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w. B. FELTON EDITOU
Canon City, : : : Saturday, .July 1*•
Almost every county in the state is pre
paring for a grand display at the Denver
exposition. ________
In the English house of commons the
motion for female suffrage was rejected by
a vote of 130 to 11-1.
{ A new posi office called Grape has been
opened on Grape creek, on the Silver Cliff !
branch, with 'Mr. John Swentzel post
master. \
As a result of the bitter light made by
the Denver Inter-Ocean regarding high
rents in that city, we are pleased to note
that a material reduction in this direction
is being made.
A Pennsylvania court has decided that a
sleeping car company is responsible for the
valuables of passengers, and a safe is here
after to be provided in each car for the
storing of such articles.
Yellowstone park is to have its opening
next month. .President Arthur will attend,
and a telegraph wire will be constructed,
in order that lie may be iu instant com
munication with Washington City.
E. S. Watson applies for space iu the
Denver exposition building to exhibit
models ©fan elevated railway car to run on
single rail, and cable tramway for trans
portation also 36x450 feet on the
grounds to show the above in practical
operation. _________________
The United States internal revenue of
ficers are raiding Denver’s assignation
houses, where wines and liquors are sold
without license. A system of blackmail
ing lias been practiced by these houses,
and their proprietors have heretofore de
fied the local authorities.
Governor Grant has been overwhelmed,
since the recent assassination, with appli
cations for appointments to the vacant of
fices in Grand county. He says be can
make no appointments until officially no
tified of vacancies, and then he will ap
point no democrat, as men of that political
caste cannot he spared.
The game laws of Colorado are very
stringent. They do not allow antelope, elk,
mountain sheep or deer to he killed be
tween the Ist day of January and .Septem
ber of each year. Prairie chickens or grouse
are not allowed to he killed between the
Ist day of January and August of each
year. Justices of the peace, sheriffs, consta
bles, etc., are requested to make, arrests for
the violation of this law, and heavy lines
are provided.
It is riot often that two “charming and
accomplished young ladies” marry each
other; but, from the following marriage
notice, taken from the lluena Vista Demo
crat, we conclude that they do such things
at Buena Vista : “P. J. Cost on and Katie
K. Gibson w< re marrh d at the residence of
the bride'? sister, last Thursday evening;
Judge Sam Sindlinger, tying the knot.
Miss Gibson is a charming and accomplish
ed votin' lady, and the same can he said
Tins n given neat! as demo
cratic, republican, etc., any name printed
thereon other than one of the regularly
nominated tickets, shall bo presumed to be
an error or fraudulent, and shall not be
co inted. This does away with pasters, and
split tickets will have to he without any
heading. The object of the law is to pre
vent the outrageous swindling of Arapa
hoe and Luk ; counties. An. exchange says
no one doubts the immaculate purity of
the rural and uew mining districts of the
Bod ies. Like Cccsar’s wife, their virtue is
above suspicion.
PRESIDENT ARTHUR.
Mr. O. 11. Rothaker, editor of the Den
ver Tribune, is in Chicago, in attendance
upon his sick wife. In his editorial cor
respondence, published iu last Saturday’s l
Tribune, he writes ot the assassination of
Garfield; the feeling of the country to
wards Arthur at that time, feelings
about the matter now. As Rothaker was
one of the most bitter towards Arthur, and j
has met with change of heart, we reproduce I
that portion of his letter, which is as fol
lows :
"When Arthur first entered upon the j
duties of the presidency, it was the firm ‘
. belief of the majority of the nation that he !
Mould be entirely under the influence of
the New York gang of politicians, headed
by that insufferable snob, Roscoe Conkling. j
who was forced out of politics f the fate* are
just) by the assembly of bis own state. For
a time it -seemed as if this lx-1 i. ] was Well
founded. Then there la gan to be ;i gradual
change of policy amt runion. •>!'» breach.
The president showed symptoms of politi
cal intelligence, and began to recognize his
party. These symptoms stead idly grew.
He became broader, and as he became
broader, be became stronger. He learned •
that the hiss of the country could drown !
the applause of a selfish Washington clique, (
and he came to care less for the latter ami
be more careful to avoid the former. 11<
used bis office ami its powers with conserva
tism and intelligence. Jfis appointments
became less factional and more excellent.
Without any violent effort, but by jhc ex
ercise of an even and placid judgment, he
found the nation Manning towards him. !
Jt a very slow process, and it required
time; but still it was in progress. To-day j
he is strong with the people -not strong as •
Garfield was, because the feeling lor the
dead man combined confidence with an
enthusiastic affection—hut much stronger
than ever a vice presidential successor has
been before. Ami when one thinks of the
lirst chapters, one can not help wondering I
nt what Ins come after, lie came in as the j
dnunati* denouement of the filth act ot a)
tragedy, and we have hml a pastoral ever
since an the sequel. And this because he
bus been just. I can say all this with more
grace, liccause i was one ol the most in
sane in the insanity of criticism and as
sault which followed his entrance in office.
There was nothing in his past, as men saw
it, to hold out the hope which dickered here
and there,aud which has met with an un
expected fulfillment. I believed that, as
the lirst republican president elected by
the people had died by the hand of an as
sassin, mo hud the last republican president
to he elected by tin* people. Great as was
the calamity of tin Garfield murder, I re
garded the calamity ol the Arthur sueces-
M'.n si greater. '1 imeand ei eats Hhveproi
cn that I misjudged the man, and J afti
frank enough to sav so. If•• rose head and
shoulder-—head principally—above his
old associations and the honorable work he i.
Ims done since he deserves and will get 1 1
credit for. I do not think that he has '
earned a re-election as yet, because there Ij
arc other men in the party better entitled j |
to its hi ;hest honor ; hut if the next con-<
ventjon were to choose him, he would go j 1
Into the campaign with u strong aud clear
record.
Thirty Years’ War.—For more than
thirty years DeLnnd & Co. have been wag
ing war upon impure and adulterated Soda
and linking Powder by placing within the
I reach of everybody a perfectly pure article,
i Their goods are No. 1.
DIRECTORY.
U. 8. CONGRESS.
Terms Expire
Nathaniel P. mil. U.S. Senator! March 4, 1885
Thomas M Rowon.U.S.Scnntor March ;>, I*B9
jas. R. lielford, Representative.! March 1, 1885
STATE OFFICERS.
Terms Expire
.Tames R. Grant. Governor ! Jan. 18, I*B6
\Vm 11. Meyer, Lleut.-Governor Jan. 13, 1885
Melvin Edwards, Sec y state I Jan. 13, 1885
Fre lerick Walsen, State Trcns . Jan. 18, 1885
John C. AbtiMtt, state uditor.. Jan. 13, 188 >
I avhl K. I'riny. Att’y General.. Jan. 13. 18*.>
.1 C. SliattucU, Supt. Schools.... Jail. 13, 1885
Joseph slmttuck, Regent
Slate University Jan. 11, 1887
Max Herman,Regent StnteUnl
vers it/ Jan. 11,1837
Horace M. Hale, Regent State
University Jan. 13,1535
Junius Berkley, Regent State
University. Jan. 13,1880
I, s. Cornell, Regent State
University Jan. 8, 1889
James Rice, Regent state Uni
v.rsity Jan. 8,1889
EXITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT
COURTS.
Sam’lF. Miller, Circuit.lustice.l Btli Circuit
Geo. W McCrarv, Circuit Judge Bth Circuit
Moses Ha left, District-Judge....i Colorado
Walt. A. U. S Marshal.. Colorado
Edward F. bishop, Clerk | Colorado
SUPREME COURT.
Terms Expire
W. P. Stone, Chlef.Tustlce j Jan. 12, 18M>
Win II Reek, Associate Justice Jan. 8,1889
J. C. lleljwi, Associate Justice I Jan. 12, 1892
. fiIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
* Terms (Expire !
Chaa. n. Hnyt, District Judge I Jan. 8, 1.v.9
M, s. Adams, District Attorney! Jan. 12, 188t>
FOURTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT.
Terms Expire
James Moynahan, Senator. I Dec, l, 1886
R. F. Rojkalellow, Rep’tatlve...| Dee. 3, 1834
FRKMONTCOUNTY.
Terms Expire
«. T. Perrier, Co. Commissioner. Jan. 1,2 1880
Louis Muehibach, “ “ Jan. 8, 188-1
A. F. Alexander, “ “ Jan. 13, 1885
('has. E. Waldo, County Judge.. Jan. 8,1881
John Wilson, “ clerk.. “ “
John It. Harrison ** Treasurer “
William S. Jones, Sheri IF. “
Geo. 15. Dudley, School Supt
Henry C. Webster, Assessor “ “ “
James L. Hyde, Coroner “ “ “
Isaac Whlcner. Co Surveyor “ “ “
W. R. Felton, Clerk Dlst Court
J. W. Dawson, M. D , Physician.
PRECINCT NO. ONE, FREMONT CO.
Terms Expire
Jacob Ilart, Justice of tlie|
Peace Jan. 13, 1885
J..J Minor, Justice of Hip Peace! Jaa. 8, 1881
W. Riley Agard, Constable Jan. 13, lsf. r »
lv. A. Johnson, “ I Jan. 8, 188-1
TOWN OF CANON CITY.
Terms Expire
Adam D. Cooper, Mayor.. I April I*B3
Fret! tl. SU eele. Recorder “ “
llutlolph J cake, Trustee....- “ “
A Sartor, “ “ |
George It. Caß e edy,‘‘ -
Charles Pauls. “ “ “
H. F. Sha fTer, Marshal "
Ernst Sell, Hi reet Commissioner “ “
Samuel V. Turner, Sexton “ “
THE PENITENTIARY.
OFFICERS.
Commissioners —W. S- McCuteheon, Pres
ident ; I). U. Nichols, Secretary ; Alva
Adams.
Warden—C. P. Iloyt.
Deputy Warden—M. Dueber. *
Physician—Dr. 'Yfc Dawson.
Book-Keeper—K. B. llall.
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Chief Engineer—J. 11. Peabody.
Assistant Chlel En-ineer—ll.J.Baughman
Relief Hook anil Ladder Co., No. I—J. F.
Rogers. Foreman.
j F. A. Raynolds Hose Co., No. I—S. T.
Ferrier. Foreman.
J Enterprise Hose C0.,N0. 2—E. B. Warner,
Foreman.
•KncTcnY Onler'TJnTted Workmen meet
| fv ry Monday at 8p m, at hall over Cum
-1 : berlund Presbyterian chuicb. J. E. Kdelin
! J!"'* - " : Utter. M. W.;,J. Gruvextock!
• j.*? W. J.Williams, O.; J. Harris, G.; Fred
I Band holt, Receiver; I. E. Minor. Re
. . eorder ; If. T. Gravestoek. Financier: G.
‘ " • Gregory, I. \V. : S. it McKisaick, O.W.
BKLKCT KNIGHTS.
Meet at A. O. U. W. Hall on the second
mtkJ Fourth Saturday in each month Fred
; . Baiulholt. S. C.; William lliekling. V. C.;
Bundholt, L. C.; Jlenry Gravehtock, ite
, eorder; J. u. Agard, Treasurer; 11. L.
1 Sweett, R. T.; Charles Collins, 6. B.
GRAND AIIMV OF TUB REPUBLIC.
Greenwood Post .No. JO meet first and
third Thursdays in hall next lo post ollice.
L. 11. Sawyer, Corn.; J. S. Logan. S. V. C.;
•/- 1- Jlydc, J. V. c.; 11. Sartor, S. It.
Baldwin. Surgeon; Rev. N. A. Cnatnber
l un. Chaplain; B. F. itockulellow, Officer
j "f the Day; K. Weston, Olficcr of the Guard;
..J. Hart, Adjutant; C. C. Rickard, Assistant
I Adjutant; J. T. Ashby, Quartermaster Ser
| geant.
I. O. O. F.
Cation City Lodge No. 7. meets every i
Tuesday night at their hall, Maiu street,
between Fourth and Fi/th. H. S. Ewers, N.
G.; Richard Baker, \ . G.; Chas. E. Waldo,
See y; It. Jeske, Treas.
i Grand Canon Encampment No. 18, meets
lust and third Fridays at Odd Fellows’ hall
!• rauz Sell,C. P.; it. A. Johnson, H.P.; R. ■
, ? en - W ? A> Bage. Jun. W.; cLas.
| L. n aldo. Scribe ; It. Jeske, Treat,
j KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
Meet on first and third Tuesday nights at
Lodge room over Cumberland Presbyterian
church. F. P. Blake. i>.; il. N. |{.•**cller, Y\
| D ; J. P. Dr-woody, A. D.; T. I). Palmer, I*.’
I>.: Martin Ryan, Reporter; George l’edley,
I' !11 Mli .> l I ...... ..... T f 11... . . : ... * "
!• inaiiciul Reporter; J. L. Prentiss. Chap
!«*»•; II- Clay Webster, Treasurer: A. 11.
I>;»\ is. Guide; John Cratzer, Guardian: G.
It. Sawyer. Sentinel.
MOUNT MORIAH LODGE NO. 15,
A. F. A A. 31.
Meet first and third Saturdays at Masonic
ball, corner Main and Sixth street*. .las.
11. Peuhoiiy. \V M.; Geo. Hadden, S. W.;
Henry Earle, J. \V.; Jag. Clelland, Treas.
Geo. M. Mitchell, Sec y.
CANOS CITY ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER.
Meets Second and Fourth 1 uegdny in
ench uioiitli. W. T. Bridwoll, Ji. ]*• T.
. K.; Chus. Pauls, S.; M.
.*1 ilulled, Scribn.
FREMONT COUNTY PROHIBITIONJSTB
i t every Fi>t and third Monday even
ing m ench month, at the llapliat church,
M mi street, between Fourth and Filth. G. !
O. Laid win, President; W. \V. M. Barber,
\ n-e I re-'denl; W. It. Fowler, Correspond
ing Secretary- K. G. Head. Recording Sec
letan; .1. J. Phelps, Treastirer
- - i——- .... .
“SELL’S ISLAM,”
Located nhout lutK* mtie from the PoHtofflce. '
Koutl) hide of the river, ii' ar the
Mntli-Mieet Bridge,
FINEST SUMMER RESORT
In Southern Colomdo.
Lemonade, Ice Cream, and Other!
Refreshments,
Eer\od on theOroundH
EACH SUNDAY AFTERNOON
ENTERTAINMENTS
And every luxury will he rurnlNliod
to iMiiKo visitors iind pitrons
eoinfoitnhle. The finest
ARTIFICIAL, LAKE
In Colorado, Supplied With Thi'ee
EIEGAHX BOATS.
Swings, Horizontal Bars and
Shooting Gallery.
The largest pnvlPlon In Colorado, Nuitnhlo for
•‘pceche.s nnd d meing pnrtla*. Hmit* In the
lin.ve to Wdormnoila e .Vjo people. Every
thin/ firr-t-e-usa. Thin lieaiiilfui ro-orf in |
miHided on the Nouth sddo of the lllvor, two I
hlickK mi tof Ninth sit reel hrldtfe \ o
toxleatinsc Itevoiimen n i l ho Hold on the
pr« miner. J- or lor inn. up| ly u>
E. SELL. Proprietor.
Or to U T. BLAKE, Kecohd 091 cf»,
NEW THIS WEEK.
A Letter That Speaks for Itself.
MESSIIS. BUECHKK & CO.,
Druggists, Canon t :lf y, Colorado:
Gents-I served lu the army faring fl»e re
bellion, and during that time contracted N V
SAb CATAUHH, and have been troubled
with it eversinco. I have used every so-called
“ Catarrh Cure *' that I have heard of since,
and finally tried your “ J-” Catarrh
Cure, and find it the % kky iikst I have used
I have recommended it to others who are suf
fering wi h Catarrh, and their verdict is the
same as mine—that it performs all you claim
that it will do. As it has benefited me so
much. I shall continue to use it, and think it
will finally cure me.
Yours hopefully,
CAPTAIN W. J. Me AN DREW,
Superintending General It. A. Cameron's
Fruit Farm, near Canon City, Colorado,
JunaSft, 18S3.
The above mentioned remedy is for sale by
Beecher & Co., Canon City ; D. D. Lewis, Coal
Creek; Rockafellow & Co.. Rockvale ; Will
him Woodslde, Williamsburg. 2Stf
' ST. JAMES
MILITARY ACADEMY,
Af’OIV, .YIO.
A Family Boarding Schoolfor Young
Men and Boys.
Pupils prepared for Co. lege or business. f’are
ful personal Slip rvison at all times; locat ion
lie ltbful; terms moderate; discipline supe
rior ; seven expeiieneed le-idem teachers.
For catalogue and fuither Information apply
to Le Utv. IvriIEnUEKT TaLUoT, A. M.. Hec
tor , . .
DE PAUW COLLEGE.
FOR YOUNG WOMEN,
THE HOME SCHOOL.
Full Conegiuteand Scientific cour eof study.
Music, Art and Elocution Schools fully
equipped. Every advantage oft Vied. !• ree
Library. Terms reasoni.hie. Send stamp for
catalogue. F. \. FRIEDLEY, President,
New Albany, Indiana. as-3*
Summons.
STATE OF COLUKA DO, I
County of Fr*mont. j
In the t ounty Court within and for the
County of Fremont, aforesaid.
JACOB H.vKT. Plain tlir, )
Against v
EI.IZA TlMif, Defendant. )
THE PEOPLE OF T lIE STATE OF COLO
RADO SEND GREETING:
ELIZA lIAUT. defendant, tibove-
X named, you. are hereby required to .ap
pear in an action brought against you by the
. above name<l plaintitl. In the County Court
1 | of the County of Fremont, in the Sixth Judi
» clal District of the stale *f Colorado, and to
i answer the complaint tile i therein, within
ten days, exclusive of the day <*f service, if
served within this county ; or, if set veil out
- of this county, but in this district. within
'•> twentv days • otherwi e within f.rtvdxys;
or judgment by default will be taken against
you,according to the prayci of th complaint.
The i-akl action is brought to obtain a disso
lution ot the marriage of said plaiutitFund
defendant,and a divorce of the said parties
from each other, on the ground that de
fendant has wilfully. and without cause, de
serud and abandoned the plaintiir for more
than one year last past; and still continues
to live separate and a: art from said pialutilf,
a gains' ills will,and without reasonable cause,
a d without plaintiir* consent and also on
the ground that the dofe dunt has departed
from tills state without any intent i n of re
turning thereto, as will more ftnly appear
by tin- conipmlnt on tile herein, to which
reference is here made.
And you tire h*-r»by notified that if you
fail to appear and answer the said com
plaint, us above required, the said plaiutltl
vv 1 ap ly to t lie court for the relief demand
ed in the complaint
Given under my lmnd and the seal of the
County Court of the County of Fremont, in
the S;n o of Colorado, this yth day of July,
A. L). ls'B3. * H.XHLKS F. W.-\LIM»,
. County Judne and lerk County court
fsnAi.j First pm-. I nly It: 1 I <■
ILWLI.IKS u ltd WATCIStItKI Its.
L. M. NELSON,
v A N U FACTO KING
Watch and Jewelry repairing done by com
petent workmen, and warranted,
Maili Street. t'.iSox < ITY, COLORADO.
GEO. R. BHAEFFEK. GEO. K. CABBEDY
SHAEFFER & CASSEEY,
Wholesale and Retail
JEWELERS,
CANON CITY. COLORADO.
W. £. LLOYD,
WATCHMAKER,
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Corner of Main and Third streets, at T. R.
Roane’s Second Hand Store,
CANON CITY. COLORADO.
IIAKI) \V A RE.
HARDWARE,
Qneensware, Glassware,
: STOAT IE s ,
Builders* and Miners’ Supplies,
And House Furnishing Goods,
l
All m A co„
Canon City, Ouray and Silver Cfiff.
-I- O. AGAItI>,
* Dealer In
Stoves, Hardware,
FENCE WIRE, ETC., ETC.
And manufacturer of
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
ROOFING IRON
Prepared ho that anyone cun put It on.
Main Stroot, bet. 2d and 3d,
canon cn v. : cm.oiiAor,.
JB.TICE. Of THK PEACE.
JACOB HART,
Justice of th.o Peace
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Deeds, Mortgages, Contracts. Etc., Drawn
Legady and with Care.
Collections Promptly Attended To. Cor
respondence Solicited.
OFFICE—Up-Stalrs, 1 ir-t Door East of the
rostofflee.
CASON CITY, . . . COLORADO.
J. J. MINOR,
Ju.stJ.ca of t3ae Peace.
Doch a general Collection Business and
Hon Is property.
Front Hoorn m piielpv’ Illock,
Main Hf.,'between 3d and 4th,
CANON CITY, * - • - COLORADO.
fci*G’IIAAGi; BANK.
IRA. A. R. GUM A KR,
I’resftjnt. Cashier.
EXCHANGE BANK, 1
Cauon viiy, - Colorado.
-vgr
<2i Co.,
BANKERS,
Will Buy )nd Soil Foreign and
Eastern Exchange.
PAY INTENT ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Money to Loan ’.n V jvrge or Small Amounts.
State, county and Town Warrants wanted at
Highest vnrktr I‘viee
PH VS SCI ANB.
F. P. Blake, M.D.,
Office and Btsidnice corner of
Fourth-Si. and Greenwood
w*-.
> Avenue,
CANON CITY, COLORADO.
e.aJN l r, m~d.
HOMEPC MAH & SURGEON.
.005%, *?•,. ell’s block, •
Main Street, >■ CANON CITY, COLO.
J. "77. Dawson, 2.2. D.,
Office In Hartwell’s Bloch,
MAIN STSEET. CANON CITY.
T. D. Palmer, M.D.
Office up stairs In Hartwell’s block,
IteHidcnce .Sixth Street, between
Macon ami Greenwood Avon.,
CANON < ITY. - - - - COLORADO.
J. L. Prentiss, M. D.,
office «f Bcecber’ii drug »tore,
Residence corner of Sixth and River streets.
CANON CITY. COLORADO.
DR. EDMUND C. RIVERS.
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR & NASAL DISEASES.
Sixteenth and Stout Streets (Dr. Bancroft's
Oflice),
DENVER, COLORADO.
Offiee Hours from 0:30 a. m. to 3 p. in.
roji s ii »..
C'IOAI. LAND FOR H \I.K.-An undivided
j one-half Interest In 100 acres of * tail
! mid, t ear this city, for sale very cheap. It
Is locat'd next to the Carton ml ♦*, whicn fur
nishes excellent cod Apply to this office
*l2l-1 1 ___
nOUHK-?930 will buy u good five roonj
vrpwigk 1-0 on Ul ver street
stile jelieap iV«i 1 t^f^Wp^th
I to- hu I MV'- •
H' E- e-room bouse
audio , not far from the coiirthou-e.
■Apply to this office •i-.vtf
HO USB.—A frame at d hrlek house. South
. t-'afton, for sale, lias two rooms. Two
l" 1 - • r 't , x its* Gooti *lono walled cellar. flood
pK.ce for dairy cows. Price, 1175 cash \j.«.iy !
I ** ’ 1 T. Idake. _ K-119
I° r lT* , ! M 0 * r, 'l bu > claht lots, or one-half
j a M ck . or Inr from the center of tow ri.
a j ply to this office.
T <ITS- I’"Mr lots-.
IJ Iwo on corner and two In i-cnicr of
iM'H*k. Apply to thin office. *tf
OHO AN—A new Beatty Sl7*organ for less
tl»'«n q i' ». \ .ply to Uii- oGi,-,.. -;r
OIL I.ANDs—A Urge tract of oil land for
► nlo at ten doLurs per acre. Apply to :
this office. . t f
1> i;sTA t'i: \NT hill Id I rig at William-burg, j
I lor r-alc ■ heap, or will trade for a g od
team and wh om. Apply to this office. *tf
I)OLLES • v’l ES—a number of pairs of
V nearly ■ tv roller skates, for sale cheap.
Apply to tfcL office. »n
r> ESI DEN' !v—A handsome, frame seven-
I room r< lenee. In South Canon; lot lio
by b r * , l feet. p-.i'od In fruit tet tmrn: I
barrel clsteri Will he gold cheap. Apply to
IL T. Hlake, . this office. 'tf
rpKAM— A i! «f-ela«s span of horses, s-ven
1 years old line driver*, A No. 1 carrla e
h'atn, for w. . Inquire of J. 17. Brewster,
Canon City, i r George Hadden, < 'oal Cr* *-lr.
\|TA«ON- a side-spring, light wagon Lor
T? sale vry cheap Nearly new anil In
• ''• . t , |■ i y ip |- ~| .... i c
vr .% vi
noirsi; v antkd to hk T.—A four or
llvo-r«K in house. In good order, either
furnished or unfurnished; not too fur from
the depot, Aj|)iy to 11. T. HhiUc. uf ti.l- otn. .•*
Sri I ’ATl'i *s—Two young (ierninn women
'vho*| ik I.ngtlli would like to get sit
uations In private families to do gc.-.eiul
house work. Apply to Charlcn Hehcll, nt the
■ t
ton
HOUS Ms -In good localities, with water
Min|« jivciilent to town. *tf
Hi i'Ni-lll'.ii A nlx-rraim f ir
fii.slji J house for rent, near the nehool- I
Tour room, twoKfory residence ;
m tj, ii‘»i In of Ur. Rrentins'. Apply to!
this j
Oi \ni> .slkkrin<* rooms—a
f.-w more office* »nd sleeping rooms for
r»-nt In the Hardline I'look. Apply to Hard-j
Ing HrolhctV hardware store. v7<-tI |
IJIIoTO JAhLEIIV on Main street, < j-:
pout 'to the pos tofll co. Can u-eit fur j
other purposes. Kent cheap. Apply to this
on u*c. -i r j
I.OM.
YH-tiLAH^KS —A pair of gold mounted >
MIJ eye-;-lasses, lust Monday. The tlndei |
will be hul ably rewarded by leaving the
same n». >tdH ofHc«». -.•7-1f
itllMhLLAmi.ObS.
WEBSTER & BLOXHEM,
Dealers In
New and Second Hand Goods,
Buyit and well* ail kind* of
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
A lurjie assortment of
GUNS, RIFLES, and REVOLVERS
KEXf HOOK K'KHT OK CANON lIOUHK,
njaw city. - - coi iiuAixi.
JOHNSON «Sc C 0.7
Plain anil Dccorutivc
Paper Hangers,
El!1EI SB PAiKTMS,
Kalsomining Neatly Done.
Shop one duor west of Jeake’s.
errr, - - Colorado.
REAL ESTATE, ETC.
W. H. McCLURE,
Heal Estate and Loan Agent,
COUNTY WARRANTS,
And Current Securities,
BOUGHT AND SOI-D.
Railroad & Steamship Ticket Broker.
Office in HcClnrc gloiiio.
11. T. TSI.AKB,
Real Estate Agent r
—AND—
COLLECTOR OF RENTS.
Aectit for tho following property owners :
Mrs. It A. Bnln, iColumbus Mann,
Thog. Hillman, F. S. McGee.
E. C. Basslck. W. K. McGee.
Frank Bengley, ! It. W Op linger,
J.S Bowl by. i Ins. II Peabody.
Samuel Bradbury, I» G. I’onbody.
O. M Bryan, M. D., J-J Phelp*.
Eli Burnett, K. A. llavnolds,
.las (1. Hand. Thomas Rip cv,
\V. \V. Douglas, Geo. It. Khaefier,
K Fassett. J. I* Sllvornail,
Dr. E. Gray, IcoJ. Smith.
G. 11. Harvey, Geo. I*. Smith,*
J. C. Haulier, K. J. Mnnliek,
.T. A. Hoxle, H. Tarbotou,
F. Koch, Tims. Thornton,
llobt s. Lewis, F. H. Whipple.
S B Mack Bn, Jno. It. Witcher,
BmiMi • fiiilfrlp,! *«y 11. 1- Bluko for
from 6 to 10 oerceui. commission
nrSCELLAM VAIUS.
n n erpi h Catarrh Ready,
19/v 0 H For catarrh, cold
Oixf E 8 In head, hay fb
| ver.c'c.. 50 ct IHH.
! trV ■' vrn J Jireclier At o .
r) M 5 Hp Cufion city. By
fcj m 5 GL-Ci mull on receipt
VjA Li of price
B3TZEL cSt CO.,
Novelties in
Rsafly-MafleClotliiM
For Men, Youths, and Boys.
Special llarKnlm to liaurc Heady
Sale*
Lowest Prices Guaranteed.
U. W. IIETHEL A CO.,
McClure House Block,
Canon City, Colo
A. WALTER,
' CITY BAKERY,
Opposite McClure Ilouic.
' CANON CITY, - - - COLORADO.
Oysters Seived in t'very Style
ON hIIORT NOTICE.
and CATC’S
KTH.L TAKE THE LEAD.
LIME.
Splendid wood burnt white mar
ble Lime, the best made, having
hydraulic properties, only 40
cents per bushel. Can fill or
ders up to 250 bushels per
day.
E. M. WILLSON,
Klin near Bod a HprJngx,
Tout Off!co box 1727. CANON CITY.
CHARLES VOELKEL,
BOOT AITD SHOEMAKER,
REPAIRING
I
An<l FINE WOli.lv
Done with nonlneHH and dispatch,
Dealer in Leather and Findings, and
Boots and Shoes,
Next lo 11 »V Co.’«.
Main •. 'root, Caflon City, Colo,
JESKE,
Whole Mile aiid 1 at 1 Denier In
ocT SI/ jj£f l
c§ « f!
igli V
p r jfyfcy;
c§ Jj 1 *
Agent for the Il'iinhnrph Amerlean Htciim-
Klilp Co., and I lie Alli-ii I Inti of I loyal
Mull HK'iililidil|>«
Also agent for the Herman Fite Insurance
Company, of Peoria, Illinois, with u
chart orod enpl'nl of S6OO oeo.
Also proprietor oi me News and Ciimr Aland
In Him Post <lfllre.
District clerk*
A LI. I’KFlftc>N to pre-empt InmJ.
‘‘ltlior by fl 1 1 n « or by inuklng fin,,: proof,
mu do tin* MMino before Hie liiidor*lxtie(f unit
"kvo the oxi'Aiiru «il Koine to tin- hind ..(lloe nt
Pueblo. lieelnr.M lon of In'tmtlon to been
ii o» Izrn < f lilt; t nlted Suite* ran i,|* o be
nindi' b>'forn tlm undcridgned. Ark noivleds*
rncnlM, eti\, taken. mid nil bu«lhc*j| uttended
to pronijiily and lu- ura' rly.
W It FKf.TON.
clerk of fhe filririct Court of I'r*mont Co.
OtUry in Front l oom, ndjoinini; Fremont
County JlccorU Olllco. if
t. M. ROBINSON,
Pioneer Barber Shops,
AND BATH HOOMB.
Oppnnite the Canon ilotiae, and alw» three
(loom ount of ponloiine,
CANON CITY, - - - COI.oitAT)C*.
Birrciiviis.
JOHN COX,
BTJTOHEB,
Freuli .-»IeIII* of Every Kind.
In Witcher’* building.
Main Street. CANON CITY. COLO.
GEO. T. PHILLIP'S
MEAT MARKET,
Opposite McOec A Mack's.
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Kept constantly on lmml.
mot;*.
Canon cflty, Colorado.
( OM ItK TOltN AM> Itt ILDHH*.
C. J. SMITH,
Contractor, Builder and Jobber.
Main street, corner of Fifth,
CANON CITY. COLORADO.
I H. H. XiICIIOUS. j. »»• AKSirUOJCO.
Nichols & Armstrong,
Builders & Contractors
Main Street, opposite Kn<M -*. First shop
west of Mack's lumber yard.
Canon Cltv. Colorado.
IPIONEER LUMBER COMPANY!
MACK & CO.,
Httcceuon to HKNRY MACK A CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULDINGS
i*apek,
- 1 *-*- Aim and Putty,
A LARGE STOCK OX HAND AT LOWEST PRICKS.
' " :i!,,i 8!,,h OASOV CITY, COLORADO.
msZ) B^ITDECOLT,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER,
AND DEALER IN
Plain and Decorative Wall Paper and Painters’ Supplies
glori.i» the PIIKLI’.s UOOCK, Main ,lrrol
The Famous Medicinal
-eHOT springs^
Of Canon City, Colorado.
temperature, io-a degrees.
«
now ™r" 'll! 1 m"o *ln'v«| l |!" ,, Tl?" t | , . , “ r "iTlTi!’! »" ln.| n.,v, .l |.
n'ln* 1,rn111,-i,|„i , ;V b . l "V r | „”wo .fTlnlu- oTl'l " " fr'- T,il ‘••‘•for.
ate •"« «•;&*
illlSfisis-Mlillii
SH.V ; ‘’r vr-"-vr , v..v v;^^:
Arkansas nv.-r, and .lire tlv on it... •....!•• .7 f ,l ?* * 0,1 11,, ‘ ”*"***•* h«nk of Hie
Cirandß Kalhvuv. nt thomo.nh of thi nranTV'lr vx \""*'°" l>r «»*•• Wo
locitlciiH in Colon. Jo. Tlio lmn.«l.V LSi» .TJ J ,ul ' lnK nn " ~f «'»* '•» '•nnltiry
other hot spring* in n l( . ~, .... , {*.{' " ,lU k^ llo r ‘‘ ll (»<v»rly •.' •kki !«•«>«• than any
i< not wife ord.'"lrobin for ’' V l ,* r i n>U m.,-... n- It
a. fonunodationH In Canon Clrv «ro fiist rhifJ ' ll< ' nltitu.lt*. JJotel
PAULS & PENNEY.
Snrc.—H.M>rH to Jt’i.it’H litjp,
S p, XT^X'TZ r X<Xjx^IH
Sewing Machines, Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE.
Opposito Humphrey & Topping's, CAfaON CITY. COLO
W. H. FOWLER.
t FOWLER & SKEELE:
-A. 3ST GZEC .A. C - IE ZEST T S
Olllce—nppo.llc Po.ioUlnc. Cnnon Clljr. Colorado.
north i^fpT P .7v 8 f nt <ho following Companies:
l-KNN« I. VANIA, HIIKMAnWcNI.!
sliias'iimtS'
L;"" ■.., . . ;_ '■_. .r ,„.•,:v^w.t. n v,'£- ?^ii »:
BLAKE'S THEATRE HALL, ~
I/nno, .Slage, ami the following Bn>m*»< - j» Mr ior A .!t l 1 *!,! \v' ,r, i 11 with
Kitchen. Opal) Ciinlar Her, K,f„r Kir, sit or Iloak »nP OM„'„i..“
r-'.orw.ll atiure w»th llr*l oln«* ontertnlumetiU. Tin* oivnrr oMho li n!l*|l| , «^ l, '* * , ®. r
ntor of fhU |.Bii«r Town lluoum, *r. for the Hr. | mint «ml Sfr .1.2 . ftUo J >ro l>ri-
Pupnl.llou, J,r„iu. TLo Mt-argU tlli»lrel. „1„>,..| |„ *,|| 2!^'V' 1
Artdr#t« H. T. BLAKE, Canon City, Colorado.
HIII.MNIIItY, FANCY (i Kills, UTO.
MRS. E. A. PHILLIPS,
Dealer In
Furnishing Goods,
For Ladies and Children.
Opposite the Post Office, CANON CITY
STAMPING
And Fancy Work of all Kinds
A SPECIALTY.
Call and examine her goods which will be
pold at reasonable prices.
Mrs. Theresa Hemmerle,
MILLINER &. DRESSMAKER
OrcwNc* and I’nticrns Cut by tl»e
tailor'w plan ami warranted
to fit.
Main Street, next cast of lludd's,
CANON CITY. - - - « OLOKADO.
ATTOItNKYH.
A. MAOO*, 11 W. BMWr.
MACON & HOBSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OlTlco opposite McCluro House,
CANON CITY, -j- - - - COl.liliAllO.
JUlll* W. HbU KBl'K-N. HAM. P. UAU.
BLACKBURN & DALE.
ATTORN E_Y_S - AT-LAW,
HI’ILDINU. Up-Halra.
CASON CITY. COLoKADO.
Practice in tl»c state and Federal
('■■iirti.
J. Is. HYDE.
Blacksmith and Wagonmake:
AGENT run
FISH BROTHERS' WAGONS,
t'tniinplon Itcnprrs,
MOAVEICS HAT HAKES Kir., Etc. *.
l] Dealer in all kind, of
WAGON MATERIALS,
Corner Third and A Sta.,
,■AMi\ II IV. .... ■ iil.Hrt Aim.

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