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W Issued every Saturday Morning, by
J OLA It E& E E LTON,
|jBLISHEU3 AND PKOPRIETORB.
ration City, : : : Saturday, July 14.
i SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
Jnc year $2 (V)
■ x Mon lli h 1 25
live Months 1 00
übrec Months 75
i ADVERTISING RATES.
liHplay advertisement# 1 Inch 1 month, 75c
hsplay advertlsementa (inside) “ 00c
local advertisement# per line per week, 10c
Advertising locals in capital letters, do 15c
Local advertisement# (after first week) 05c
K'anted, For Sale, etc., per line per tvk Inc
wanted, For Sale, etc. (after first week) 05
Legal advertisements 75 cents per one
Hindi ed word# for the Filt&T insertion. 4o
rents per one hundred word# for each Ale
jitional Insertion. No legal advertise
uertß counted less than 100 word#. 11 over
00 words only the uctuul uuinher of words
ou nted.
lax List# and Tables ?1 per Inch of sin
gle column# for the first insertion, and 5C
rents per Inch for each additional insertion.
No single advertisement inserted for less
ban 25 cent#.
Editorial notice# three cents per word.
TO THE SEXTON.
H [Tile J dluv. i.m .1! ■> I «>! ig i n.s i
Si t li» I »t-: i. i j ijibtin.-. <>.u :. a<lt i > xviii
T!;»• • <*rt !>■••'i
the imj-r;. . t \*r- lit- a.-ur* m\i* v.
tli** > r in lilili.ami
'•n;i.v. We In.j*e ali < ■ > a;.«i v. ill
ad :md jjr<i ;j t. it.s i*:uli2iu
A for Are la the Hextnnt or
tiie Old lltiek Mretlnouse.
sextant «>i :Ij • in* •■nnmiv. with -w* *p*
■r Ai.ildiH*. «*r i* sujj-< -••d loo! und make**
tiers.
And III*-* tJi»* gass, and hinntlines leaves a
screw hem*,
H Mn v.l. h •.«». it finells orful,—worse than linn-
I pile;
V Aud wrings the Bel and toles It when men
■ dyes
■ tt*» tli” srief of survivin pardners, and -we*-|»
■ latln's
■ And lor the wnum irit-x SITO pcramuim,
I Wich them that thinks deer, let >m try It;
I Oct In ii j* helojv *tarllt« In ull wethers and
R Kludiiu lieiN when the w ether is a* eold
R AKxero, uud Ilk* as not grtan Wood for kind

I I IV* MI hill T »„• 1: . . <1 to d'» It !;T 1.0 *
Ut Hut • >."■* V iillil! tl** i*- lir>' 1 kerne -hilly
mb vv. cb » more than gold, wich duanl cost no- |
thiu.
Worth non than anything exnj llu Bole 4
Mann!
1 niiiiMirin.! \I c. v •.'•■:.!•. • % » • v- r \r* !
*) It is I'li-hij ou: o do*n ». o ji. m > ■.unt
no
What on tilth to dev with ItMlf, b*:l flit—
tm about
ftrattenn lenvs and hloln of men'* hatta;
Jr 1 n »h*»i t. 11 •!• -t •• ire. .* »r*- out lb. -
I But o Hex taut, in uur <arce a* i
I ware*' a-> bunk bills wren beg for mi*- ,
I eliiimi.
I Wich mm wj l* party often taint notlitn to
I . tn<-,
I' Wnt i tfl vc aint nothin to nobody, huloHfX-
I
it f>hrt Vii men, wlnmn-n and '■lilldrrn,
Kpeshally lie latter, up In » til* place.
. v
Kuiuc t* feverjr, some k* iH-rudlus, some hw
laid loath.
And some liaSut none, and -ouio atnt over
’ clean;
Hut everv t on cm brvthe* in and out and nut
and In,
Say times a mlnlt, or 1 million and a half
■V broths an «*ur.
4 S long wtil • churrh ful of are last at
H& mlulls. and then vst# to be ;
-**> %Jt tircllie it all over atfln.
A no on, Ull vucl) httstook
\.d let It up agin. and wat*
( doant have tin* prlvillxc
Ire, and no one* else ;
Wi*. er cumcN to him.
_ { noour lungs I* bclluaea,
1 i id krrp It tr nil
Jin In'llum.x bio without
j,- | I j»ut It .toruuremdicn*.
* 1- as milk to ha bio*.
OrV Ir tK>m|lu:.i« to elox
Or in*, Xmto an InUin doctor. ,
*>r t .* /. n< im piith,
or boys t<> /Are »* loi u* to brelbc.
Wat >lenlO" , • nr* aches, If I entil brethe*
WaUrOlT nbt* I* dlu-r to-Inner* who arc
ded ?
Ded fhr Want «»/ brrth? wl.> Sextant, when
we dye
ItNoni* *■. w* .int bn*the no in»*rc - that‘s
•. ' afl.
Ami now, o Sextant, lei me tie* of you
¥ let a little are into <mr elmreh
fl'ew «T ar«* I* * * r lain |»r**t*er l>the jxett s ,
♦ And do It w < el. day*and .‘'Uinlays lew
Tt nln t it,ui li In.ubl*' only rnak** a hole
And the are w ill rum In of Itaelf;
fit live rum In where it can c<-t warm'-;
And o how- it w ill mime the people up
Ami *V'i rlt up the pr* * <•!<• r,un«l ot**|<narpa.
And yawns, and ndacita. a* .•;t«*etis»«l
A* wind on the dry ltoans the Profit tells of.
A Merilud Tunlimotiial.
(’axon City, Colorado, June ‘id, 1883.
KniTOB ItBCOlili:
Many «»f mv friends may remember liow
Itfollv 1 wua a/ihctcrl with Catarrh. Several
piece* of bone came mil of my nose, and I
was in Stu ll a had condition that I finally
became alarmed, and went to the National
Surgical Institute, at Indianapolis, for treat
ment, where I pit relief at once.
David C.wan,
HtipeTintendcnt Cafioii (’tty Water Works.
*t}flif»2
The beat known remedy for that state of
nervous exhaustion which Is the result of
severe mental or physical labor, or other
CXCeNse.*, is Lei*’ Dandelion Tonic.
Dr. celebrated Mountain Sage rem
edies lor sale by all «J« ti|:i't*-ia.
Consumption Cured.
An eld pbjsieian. retired front active
practice. Imxiiur had placed in III* hands l»»
an Ka«l Imlin Missionary the formtlia of '»
• simple v< notable remedy for the speedy and
permanent cure oi Con*umptoii. ltroneititfs.
Catarrh. Asthma, and all Throat and Luiiy
nlleetlons, also a nositivc nnd radical cure
lor General liehility and nil nervous com
plaints, after having thoroughly teste*l its
wonderful curative powers in thousands •<(
cases, feel* u hi* dull to make it known to
TiU fellows. Tlie reeipe, with f :!i particu
lars, directions f«*r preparation ami use. ami
nil necessary advice and Instructions for
successful treatin'l.l at your own home.
> will be sent you by return mail, free of
charge, by addressing, with stamp or stamp
ed self-addressed envelope,
Du. ,1. r. IIA VMOND.
HU Washington street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
jfc2f*Melillon this paper. S
Dr. GafT* < elehrated Mountain Sage rem
edies for sale by all drtiirgisl*.
him i:i i. nun •«.
NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP,
Al Rudd'a Old Bland.
JOELH. THOMAS,
I
Who worked four your* for Mr. J. I.*
Hyde, linn opened up n new
► Imp one block Onst of
flu* Foul Omco.
Blackimithinu In All Ita Branches.
PLOW WORK ANO SHOEING
A sm ui i v. \
SCHOOL BOOKS
STATIONERY
BEECHER & CO.’S
McCLUIIK IIOI’HK Ul.Ol'K.
A TEMPERANCE COLUMN.
EDITED BY KEV. L. J. TEMPLET.
License for Revenue.
Exchange.
The advocates of higli license liqnor law
make two claims lor that measure that are
inconsistent with each other. They claim
that a high lieense will improve the charac
ter of the business by reducing the number
of drinking houses, and they also claim
that it will increase the revenue from
this source. Now, it is clearly impossible
to largely increase the license lee and pro
portionally diminish the number of saloons,
and still make it a source of increased re
venue. Suppose the bill now pending in
the legislature, which fixes the license at
SSOO, should become a law. If it reduces
the traffic in this city to 50 saloons the re
venue from these would be $25,000. With
our present license lee of SIOO, the income
from our 350 saloons is $55,000. Asa finan
cial speculation, this would not be a success.
Bnt if the number of licenses were main
tained, so as greatly to increase the reve
nue, then the restriction of the sale, which
is claimed to be the chief object of the
license, would be a failure. These conflict
ing claims can not Ik- so adjusted as to re
strict and diminish the sale of intoxicants
and, at the same time, increase the revenue
from it. But it is claimed that a high
license will increase the priceof liquor and,
by a well established law of trade, diminish
the amount consumed. But this general
law does not apply to the use of intoxicat
ing liquors, tobacco, opium, etc. The iu
j tcrne.l revenue tax on whisky ami tobacco
! has more than doubled the price of these
: articles, but it lixs not sensibly diminished
■ the consumption. The millions tJfcnt an- s
j madly swell the revemsc* of tnc nation, aud
! that replenish our school fund do not rest
as a burden on the manufacturer or vender
of liquors. This revenue is filched from
j the lean larders of drunkards’ families, und
i from the scant wordrobes of their wives
j and children. The chief effect of high li
' cense would be to shorten the rood to pau
j i>crism.
Whisky Piolll.
’ Clinton, Mississippi, Argun.
One reason, and the main one, why the
idea of prohibition is revolting to liquor
i sellers is that they make enormous profits
iat their ruinous trade. An exchange gives
1 the following statement:
! The profits on the sale of whisky by re
| tail i* enormous. There are in a barrel of
1 whisky 31 gallons. At retail there are 04
drinks in a gallon, and 1.9*4 drinks in a
barrel. Costs jmt gallou, say $2.50. Tins
makes the cost of 31 gallons $77.50 ; and
l.!*"! drinks at ten cents jier drink arc
$298.40. Deduct cost. $77.50. and it leaves
. as a profit of one barrel $120.90. If asaloon
j keejM-r cm sell four Iwirrelw a month, he re
-1 ceivoi flrd (IU, and for the year SS,*MIJ 20.
i Take out for expenses $1,500, and it leaves
a net profit of $4,303.20. Fora barrel of ale,
. 31 gallon*, the cost is al*mt In a gnl
! lon the drinks will av< rage 1H; at 5 cents a
' drink, this is 90 rents a gallon, or $27.1K) a
, barrel. Deduct the (xwt of nle,f w , and it
\ leaves a profit $19.90 a barrel, or on the 11.-
tKX».OOO of Uirrvls, at 5 cents a glass for
and ale, 9275,000,000 Tbeeovt t<» the
jsxiple of the United .Stat. f for distilled
; and fermented liquors must lx* some. sStlo,-
, 000.000 a year. This is an enormous sum
! for drink! And not a dollar of this vast
j expenditure adds anything to the physical,
mental or moral well-being of our families,
but creates mtssery and evil beyond the
| power of any peu to describe or any imagin
ation to conceive.
Prohibition Prohibits.
I An exchange that would like to be rc
i garded as advocating temi*erance princi
; pics. luit is afraid to .-peak tor prohibition,
ma me til issue, describes one of the in
! gcuious devices resorted to by the liquor
! sellers of Maine to avoid detection an car-
I rring on their business. Tlie purpose of
i the article is to prove that prohibition d«x*s
i not prohibit, but to our mind the resort to
j such contrivance* to circumvent the law
! proves that prohibition doc* prohibit. That
i is to say, it prove* that liquor cannot be
I safely sold m open saloons, as in states
| where prohibitory laws do not exist. It is
sold only in out of the way places, or by
: means of cunning devices by which the
authorities ure deceived for a time. The
i fact that such devices are practiced proves
j that they are necessary in i-arrying on the
1 nefarious business. It woulil lie as coodst
-1 eut to say that the law against gambling
■ did not prohibit that vice, and therefore
' ought to be abolished, because gamblers
i carry on their trade in darkened rooms
j up-stair* ami remote from the stre« t, and
use every precaution against discovery, as
] to say that we ought not to have a prohibi-
I tory law. simply because unprincipled men
w*ould devise ways to sell liquor w ithout
J detection.
j Ther-’ are mothers whose hearts throb
! with anxn ty for tl»Hr sons'first entering
! upon the oe» an of lit*-, fearing that they
will not make n brilliant rcconl among
I men, but who see not iti the wine glass tlie
! lurking demon that blasts the brightest
| hope* anil crow ns a life of glory ami re-
I nown with everlasting shame. There arc
lathers whose great burden of heart is to
see their sons in tine homes and surrounded
with luxury, while they think not ol tin*
I eternal destroyer that lurks iu tin* worm of
; the still and the cider barrel, until they s«*e
j wasted fortum-s ami the pride of their
hearts buried in a drunkard's grave. It is
| easier, far, to check the rising current at
i its head than when it becomes a seething,
| foaming torrent. O, mothers! O. fathers!
i willihold the |Hiisnnous stuff*, for in it is
; death,'sure us the sting of the asp.
j There is no linbit in the world which so
; completely takes |ko.v«('ssion of its victim as
j that of drinking liquor. The habit begin*
j in a small way, amt generally in youth. As
I it grows it strengthens in power until it
lias the complete mastery of brain and
l*ody. Most men who are “moderate
drinkers" say that they an* sure .they will
not go too far. They rely on what they
cull their “ will power." But, to their sor
row, they find when they most need this
power that it is of no avail. Then cotues a
desperate struggle, at a frightful disadvan
tage. The appetite for drink must lie
taken away, or it will drag its victim down
to perdition.
When pneumonia attacks tlie steady,
square drinker, one who carries regularly
his pint to a quart of whisky daily, it
comes exclusively under the domain of the
undertaker, ns tin first case of recovery by
any known method of treatment has yet to
he. reported. This fact, no doubt, accounts
for the great mortality from the disease
among public men.
Del Norte is now ngitatiug the artesian
well idea.
1 have used bein’ Dandelion .Tonic for
some time, and know its intuit* ns a medi
cine. I recognize It :is li valuable tome and
*n efficacious remedy in malarial diseases
and othum of a like nature.
ALBERT KNITTI.K.
Attorney for Douglas County, Kansas.
W\. SARTOR,
Livory, Feed and Sals Stables.
Beat Horses and Carriages
At UenionAble Itatf n.
Main and Sixth Streets,
CANO* CITY. COI.OR A UO.
' Halls Vegetable Sicilian Hath
Keneweu is a scientific combination
of some of the most powerful restora
tive agents in the vegetable kingdom
It restores gray hair to its original
color. It makes the scalp white and
clean. It cures dandruff and humors,
and falling-out of the hair. It furnishes
the nutritive principle by which the
hair is nourished and supported. It
makes the hair moist, soft and glotsy,
and is unsurpassed as a hair dressing.
It is the most economical preparation
ever offered to the public, as its effects
remain a long time, making only an
occasional application necessary. It is
recommended and used by eminent
medical men, ami officially endorsed by
the State Assayer of Massachusetts.
The popularity' of Hull's Hair Jlenewer
has Increased with the test of many
years, * both in this country and in
foreign lands, and it is now knowoi and
used in all the civilized countries of
the world.
For sale by all dealers.
Explanation.
Three of the greater remedies on earth.
Dr. Gafl’s Mountain Sage Hitters cures
rheumatism, biliousness, dyspepsia, liver
and kidney complaints.
Dr. Gaff’s Compound Syrup of Mountain
Sage will positively stop the worst cough
j in from tiv«- to ten doses,
j Dr. Gafi’i Renew al of Life is a powerful
! limine't, and will atop the most excruci
ating pain In tweuty minutes. Beecher &
j Co., wholesale agents, Caßon City, Colo
. rado.
- A Fearful Storm
IT as Just pa.s-ed over us, and those who
| sutlered lr«»m its effects have entirely recov
; ored by u»ing Dr. Gall’s Mountain >age
j Bitter-. They got it of Beecher & Co.,
wholesale agents, Caßon. Colorado.
| I»r. Gaff’s celebrated Mountain Sage rem
: edies for sale by all druggists.
District (’ourt.
1 npFIF, office of the Clerk of tli© District Court
J hat »»•*•!! ihiiovi-.! from the » v.urtbotise
I to the Fmnt Room adjoining the olCcoof the
! Fremont County Record. if
O. KNECHT.
BOOKSELLER, STATIONER.
• AND NEWS DEALER. •
School and College Text Books ,
Second door cast of Post Office,
CANON CITY, COLORADO
S. E, McKISSICK,
CITY TRANSFER.
BUS <Sc BAGGAGE
To any Part of the City or South
Canon.
DAY OK AHillT.
PROMPT ATTENTION CIVEN TO JOB WORK.
—ALSO.—
DEALER IN COAL.
I'inuo Movinc mill Patent Trurka.
; Leave Orders at McClure Motive. Res
idence. North of Courthouse,
CANON CITY, - - - COLORADO
“STTTrri j BSA r<
S 4 a 4
Jfp ft, ((■■ \
MW*
•fitu l - + '^TRtATJAENT
Da • <• Wn'* Sn rr «t» I r »:x Trrmifi. *
1 pimnimtir«dllr for HMitta. Pterin*—* CMnroblOM,
1 till.. Nvr*wu tCeurwliria, It red* .-tv. SrtTOM ProsUra-
I twuftnwl hr thf n*e of »WM or t.'t-.vrs'e. Watcf-.l
I ri'n- Mental tVprt'---!-ion. Soften njr of the Prsln mn!u
I lnjr in Im.Mii’v »n-t Ir .-lins to talKry. <!•<■ y »ral<V*th,
, Pmi>«iun‘t)lJ Aa», B»n«in«w. Lt»«nf Po*rr lartthrr
' net. Inrpl>!tit»r» !<»■»< unit Svctmatnrrber* csr.**sl t*y
o'r- narrtionof ihr hrve self „t>:«wtiravrr-lt*<tu ; ».*,-m-«*
| On*t*.>x mil mr» ns-~nt niu« Unr li bo* eontaliu •nr
; jrwviih •tr ■•moot One (brllar •I**. or *l* hole*Btp
doiUm sent by moll pr.psld on »orr*rt of price Wr mar.
snW »ix botr- t.» rnjrr an- r*»r With r»rh orCcr rr
j wived for *l* hotrt. »cri'in|«ii«'l wi'h dot-am. re
*l'l wn*l tb» p-.jrr »■.«•<? otir « r "in jrusruntoc to rrfljn«l
S’l'iwv if trm imrnt aw- tvot rffm a ct»rr tluaranirr#
i-« :o! • nlv br Jn«« Aval r» h < <*., prsfitiiu, D-.ater
1.1 I'nl.ri Vr msil k! r\irvi!ar prio -u
LEC IL WOTICBI,
Caution.
4 LI. perwonaare .-aiitioticd against buy Inc
_/V -i f *i i protnlssor> note, made by
; tieorjre T. < oiemnn.i ayaldo tn >. t,. t encis a
•son. tinted Miecti I, a »1 due aeven
] month* j -f vr dale, for the principal sum of
: SBS..MI, with Interest thereon fioni date until
i |>t*ld a the ra nof one ier rent p-r month.
payable m CuAon t 1 v, which note han I*-on
I endorsed by Kaid H. U.' IVnnlt A on to We»l*
leyt’. Oo> m, :t* I lie collection ol said note
J will be contested by the undersigned, on ac
count of a breach ol warranty on th- part ol
mii«l t’opps of a horse exchanged for il note
; by aatvl > o|»ps. n tJ. |>KNMS A NON.
Cm Aon fl ■ July 3 1 f .
I
Sum run is.
I sr \TF. OF t V»I - lit M 'll.
County of Frvntont. » ' '
In the i minty Court within and for the Coun
ty of f roinotit, aforesaid.
; WILLIAM J. Mc.\n DREW.pIiT.)
a fraii-; summons.
ELVIRA Me A NltltlAWdi fen It. I
Till. I'FtHM K til Till-: STATE OF COLO
KAIbisI- NI)«. .KKi INC:
rpo KI,VJH\ MeANIHU.W. defendant.
| JL alwive aumod. you are hereby required
to upibitr In a.i ... nun brought uculnM you
[by the above named plaint lit In the County
j Court of tie- county of K-'-tnout, In the Si. Mil
i Judicial district ol the state of Colorado. and
' to answer the complaint filed therein, w ithin
'ten days exciusiNe of the day of service. If
set >ed within this county : or. If served out
| of this county but tn this district, xvlthlu
I twenty day- otherwise within forty days;
! or Judgment by default will lie taken against
| \ oil. ueeoidtng to the prayer of the com|daint.
i Tlm-wald actum 1* brought to obtain a decree
j for the dis- jltUjun of the h'indsoC matrimony
l»etwccn tin plaintiff ami defendant on the
1 Krouud that the deiemlant has wilfully and
I without cause deserted the p uiotlif for more
than one y< ar last past, ns will more fully ap
i |n-nr b\ the complaint oti flic herein to which
I reference Is here made.
J And you are hereby notified that If von tall
. to appear and .nsw r th<- said eotn}daint as
idmve rtsjulred. tlie sahl p alntltT vrlil apply
to the court for the relief demanded tn the
I com plat at.
j cIIm-ii under m.v hand and thcgcnlnf the
(Vunti Court of the county ot Fremont, tn
‘ the state of Onlonwto. thin IJtfth day of June,
Al». Cll \KI ■ ’ . W I.IV.
Jn.-jil! ('ounly Judge an.’ > lerk I'ounty Court.
W. Nell I‘ennlson.u n*rncy for plalntttr.
First puli)lent lon Ju • last July 21.
Notin* for Fnlilirution.
I ind Ornn. at It >m.o Coi.oK.vno. \
June 15, lsvl. f
Notice Is he ehy given that the fill osliw
named settler has tlh-il notice ol his In
t*-ntton t»i make ilnnl proo In support of
hi- claim an I that said proof wilt be made
.1 fore tlio clerk of the district court for Fre
mont coun• y Colorado, Mtt'aAon • Ity, tins
m.io, on July 3.1, issi vit: I.VMFHO. HitA
-I*l—ll, I*, s. No, for IJio s'., tie l , ae'j
«c sec. ll and nw*, sw 1 » sec. li. lup is. >,
It. 7- W- He names the follow ing; wUne-ses
• to prove Ills continuous resilience dpon, and
cut l vat ion ■. -i land, m.: M. P. . eleh,
W 'a 11. Murras and W. F. Payne,
' all «>f t remont county, i Vi'orailo.
M vIUC 1. HU NT. Register.
•First pub lent ton, June *3; last, July IS.
Notice fur I'uhlicntiun.
I.anu OmcK at Pci nt.o, Colorado,!
June*, IWS. i
XrOTICF. t* hereby given that the follow
| mimed settler ima filed notice of his l.>-
lentlon u> make lit.til proof 1.. -upport of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the clerk of the District Court for t- ro
utont county. Colorado, at CuAmi city. Coio.
rail", on July 11. »sjit, v|g; Xerxes It Kerb.
I». h. N«». «,n»t7, for the sw '« sw 1 ,, see. 2, and
ni.jc', and so V 4 nc »«-e 3. Tw 017 ~. U7l
W. l’e names the iv»lto • In* witnesses to
piMve ids r nttniiMUs residence upon. «• <1
cult l vuu.»n of, saul land, via : tt. L. it* «•»!. w*.
It. Foster, \V It sw. po and Wtlll m M. drib
b!*-, of Frenmiit eountj , Colorado.
M ARK ULCNT. Ik- -ter.
•Find publication. June 9; Laat,Ju<* I*.
g w mans <w 3
| OB M * , ft
is f ciff S, j a
| ° o © I gj.
« w - Si
O \D MOMEY REFUNDED*
H A PEItFECT CORSET ■
W SECURED AT LAST.
CORPS & SMITH.
CITY OMUG STOME,
Five Doors west cf Post Office, Canon City, Colorado,
CARIIY A COMPJ.ETE STOCK OF
iPur© ?paints, Oils, Glass,!
! AKD EVERYTHIN® IN A FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE.
;t=<) A FULL LINK OF —
Stationed/ and Scliooi Books.
HEITHV EA-EXE c& CO.
S. W. HUMFHKEr. C. S. TOPPING, !
HUMPHREY & TOPPING,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
I
—AND DEALERS IN
-
PROVISIONS, GRAIN, TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Good* delivered free to ntiy part of tl»e city.
! MAIN STREET. CANON CITY. COLORADO.
APPLE & BRiDWELL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Groceries, Flour, Grain Hay & Feed
Headquarters for “Pride of Denver" Fiour.
Main Street. Record Printing Office Block. CANON CITY, COLORADO.
_ McGBE &T MACK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
Aleo, Dealers In
SfSoCorraicls Mowers and Hoapers,
HOLLINGSWORTH RAKES,
Plows, Cultivators, Shovel Plows, Etc., Etc.
« % 1.1. AND GET CIRfFLA Its,
CAN" pitsT ~~Q XTY IMI ILLS,
J. P. CHAPMAN,
Sucefsor to Westlake. Arlett & Co.,
CONTINENTAL FLOUR, WHITE CORN IVIEAL,
CaAEAM FLOUR.
All kinds of Feed at the Stone Warehouse in front of Mill.
Storeage and Forwarding of Household Goods,
Trunks. Etc., Etc., Etc.
~gkeodelg-:e t. wood,
Sueces>or to J. E. Brown. Proprietor of the
CITY BAKERY,
Hartwell Block, Canon City. Colorado.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Pl’ R K CAMIIES.
And the Best Brands of Cigars. Tobacco, Etc. Everything
Fresh and Nice in Our Line.
SARTOR.
HARNESS AND SADDLES
AT THE OLD STAND.
MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE VICTORIA. MOTET..
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.Beatty’s Parlor Organs Only $59
$50.00 / Regular Price, $83.00 i?* “ OOK
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HOTELS AXD RESTAI'KSATS.
VICTORIA HOTEL
Mrs. J. J. C*LINE, Proprietress;
MAIN STREET.
Between Second and Third Streets,'
• CASON CITT, COLORADO.
This hmi*e hi* been Thormisti!y Renovated J
Refitted an 1 opened oihonceoru
moduLion of the Public
As an A No. 1 Hotel.
Transient Rates, SI to S 2 Per Day
Dinners, 25 Cents.
Hoard Per Week, - - - f. 5 to t?
Peed Stable in connection with the House.
The patronage of the public respectful'y j
solicited. HRS. J. J. CLINE.
CANON HOUSE
; Main street, between Third and Fourth,
CAXOX CITT, - - COLOJi.IDO.
I This house has lately been entirely reno
j vated and will be kept in a lirst-clase inau-
I ner. /
Board and Lodging $1.50 to $2.00
per day.
TflOS. PLaNUftiTOT, Prop'r.
W. K. GODFREY,
Proprietor of
TURNER HOUSE,
Rates, SI 50 to 52.00 Per Day.
| THOROUGHLY RENOVATED & REFURNISHED.
Main Street, between oth and 7th,
CANON CITY. COLORADO.
’ EDW. PAULS. S. R. BALDWIN.
PAULS & BALDWIN,
RESTAURANT,
Corner Main and Third Streets.
I Single >leals, t2!> cts.
TWENTY-ONE MEAL TICKETS, $5.
! fcg?” Everything Neat and First-Class.
ALWAYS ON HAND
i Tee Cream , Vegetables , Fruits and
Poultry.
German House,
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WM. ESSER. Prop’r.
OPPOSITE RAILROAD DEFOT,
Caftan City, Colorado,
INTER-OGEAN HOTEL,
CHAS. H. SMITH. Proprietor.
j Corner Sixteenth ami IllnkeSircets,
DENVER. COLORADO.
One hundred finely furnished Rooms
at 75 cents to $2 per day.
Special Rnte« will be made,
m M ima,
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Opposite Chflon House. CnAon City. Colo.
DR. A. F. STOECKLEY,
Surgeon Dentist,
Fine Work a Spccintty.
I OFFlCE—Opposite Record otttce, up stairs*
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Colorado, New Mexico and Utah!
The New Scenic Hnuie to-
TJTAS, MQHTT.AJST.A.
AND Til K
PACIFIC COAST,
I Is now open by the completion of the Trunk
Line. The best Jtoute, becarse
The .Mo.it Convenient, the Host Pic
turesque. the Mont Direct,
Opening to the Kanehman over 1.000.0C0
acre--of fertjJ. i;*«<-! ; to. the Stocky,
T gro’n'er va?t ranges v«mTun
claimed, and to the
Miner regions rich in the preeiou^metals.
The Denver and Rio Grande
IS TltE
FAV QUITE ROUTE
For Passengers and Freight
i Between all the most important Cities *n<!
Mining Camps in Colorado. Over
1,500 miles of .Standard and
Narrow Gauge,
; splendidly equipped and ca« efully managed.
The Denrer ami Rio (.ramie Express
! Is operate-! in connection with the railway,
and guarantees prompt and ellicieut
service, at reasonable ra?e^.
I D. C. DuDGE, General .Manager,
F. C. NT MS.
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Denver, Colorado.
N AVAL BATTLES.
New and srranhic Pictorial of the irrcat Sea rights of tha
World. Kv Metical Director SHirPEN. U. S. N. Adilreaa
I.C. UcClk»v .c- co.. Cor.till i MarVetSfic. St. Louia. Mo.
dOSTETTPbv
CELEBRSTED
N’o UmcshouM I p lost.lf the « omaeh,liver
I, to kd »DI the sure
remedy, flosietters Momaeh llttters. Dls
i: the org.tus r.Hiual l-'irt-t others far
i more -• rmn-i »ud » delav is the .fare hazard
, »n . I *.• -j-* p'M. livei complaint. chills and
fever. *.:.y . lieuni.i:ie ttviuges. kUlney wetic
n- --. trirg serious bodily troub e, if trilled
with. 1.0 <• no time in using this effective
, and < medbine. For sale by aii druggists
j and dea ers generally.
••THE BEST IS CHEAPEST.”
KSISES. TUDCVUCRC SAWmIs *
i nneoneno <-i mr a,ii„,
tSuttsd to all s- < Writ* 'ormuKlUiß. Pamphlsß
k.. j Prices to lid AaitmAit A Taj lor Co-. ManalUtlil. Oblo.
deTheitdeesoit
603 A 60S- iijßß lotto Street. Kansas City. So.
Authorised by the Slate to treat
/$- -4 • Chronie, Nervob* and Private Dls
-3 oases, Seminal \Veaknese (ni/ckt
'vi'.vjrji.S; - aal Debitity (/«r a/sexual
i v»rr)and all impediment!* tomar
ri.-tge.' Also, Pile*. Tape-worm,
Asthma. Epilepsy.
I Vnr.nn and Skin D;- a-. s. Ar. Cure- guaranteed
or men. - robunicd. Charges low. Over tSMXOcases
| enrv i—cs;».-r nee is important. All medicines fnr
c *hed tvadv for m*e—no rnuriug to drug stores. ihv
twn:- at a distance treated by letter and express;
m r. - » ivi-me: :e.frre from r >/e or brvak
r N njurio - medicines nsed. "No detention
fn :*i bi:<tin."-* State y-iur cio*e nnd send for terms.
Consultation free audconriwential, personally or by
' b;;.-r A HO« >K for both sexes—lilUetrnted—anil
circ-il of other things, m nt sealed in plain wrap
! p-. r<, for t-v • stamps. N. B—Dr. Ueuilerson i» a
i r jlax graduate la medicine. Over 16 years'prac
t • ’.g Cfciccgo. EVily Free Muactuu Is now
j oi*cd —«v description in abova book.
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r"i O.SES 1 .-15! All Il« MltS. f-J
ff;v m
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? GENTSW f nt^^Bi^kV‘rßibies
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no Stss; n !M1» C JON*
I
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by tit* oeutril poaition of it* Una. oor.onets «t>a
i.idt 1 me Woat K v tbd übirlMl ru im. •mi usr
r>«* p*ad«as«ri*. wiiLo ii .-tuugn o * cars. t>n<w««o
*nl Xjiu.x City, Coiiuwtl BluQd.
wortti, Atabiaou. Uiauispol * rut tti. Paul. It
eouu.-ota lu Union D.-i>oi.» wit.i all tbe priuotp*U
luren of read bBIWMU \b« AlUuI, • uid tb« Paoißo
(K.ioi. ltd equipinanl id unrivai —I and mnanift
eent. to ibk ootepoddd of btoat Cuiolortalila sod
BdAutitul Dsy Coanbed. M»(tmtteoul Horton *«-
eliuiDC Chair Cara, fulliaau'a frattiaat ralr.a
SUdpira Cara, and tbs Moat Lms of Diutab Cats
in tns World. Tbrao i’i »m» iatweeu Cd.cMfo aud
| b.noun Kissr Foia.*. Tfi Tru.ua hatwreh Cbl
a.o o aud Minaeapolia aud at. Tool, via tbs frnmM
“ALBERT LEA ROUTB.“
A N«« and Direst Lioa. via lauaua an 4 Kuala*
kc -. naa rsesotljr Kaa oiuuod iMweaa RMfenood,
Nor twin, Navport N . a a. Chan MSdta A'Umai'e
fuMit, N iahviha. Louiavtlis, UiIjNiaS.CtMtHUU,
iibauapolii tad LHifatW. and Umubu. Mina—p
oli» ar.d St, Paul and inior modtaia (lamta,
bit Tbrouafb faawuaari Taavot on Xi’ana lII—I
Tnuta
Tieaats for ulaat *.U pr lust pal Ttabat Orß.i US
th ■ Outtad H:»u-a and Canada.
tlfnM*«a obaobsd and rat— of LrtN.
low ua waptu'ara tnat odor la— ait—a
or dataitad la2snnailoa.cot tbo Kafa and Fill*
sra of isa
CHEAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTS,
At your asarsat Tim—t OC-.-s. add—
n. R. OAIU, C. 4* HM,
V— Frsa A Was 1 M’« r. o—l Itt d f— «#»
CHICAOO.

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