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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
TOLUME IV. X. H. MYERS, PHARMACIST. Keeps a Large Line of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, Stationery and Cigars. IS THE IDieLna.on.ci Front, Ea*t Side Main Street. Lamar, Colo* E. U. Bbowx, \V. G. KuKßitot, H. J. Gocuknour, W.G. Gould. l*ree. Vice- Pres. Cashier. A»’i C'asHisv. -The- MERCHANTS’ STATE BANK OF LAMAR. LAMAR, COLORADO. -BIBECTQBS- U. H BROWN, A. 11. HEBEU W. O. AMOS, It. O. WHITE. A. J HOISINOTON, O. O. lIKSI. C. V. DECKER. AUo Colorado Office for the AMERICAN MORTGAGE TRUST COMPANY. Money to lean on Karin ant) City Property at Kates. B. B 880 HAY, Manager. JSS7. ESTABLISHED 1887- JLJsMMO KQTBIs, FRANCIS KELSEY Manager. LAMAR, GOLORADO. THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS SAMPLE ROOMS IN THE CITY, MTTABI.E BOARDERS ACCOM MODTED._JM W. O. LEE. HAS A FULL LINE OF j Groceries, Queensware, GLASSWARE, LAMPS, NOTIONS Etc. LAMAR, - COLA A MAM crsACQOAnrrao wrra TK»o«oo*AP*YorT**oou*TmY. wnx owtajm MUCH BT«eMtTIMMriMi^Tro^MnPI«UFOI' THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY, sssssmss? Fjprta, L» Sail. Moline. Book I "'»!VAT ! l r 1 i e V I Audubolf Hifien end Council Ottumwa. Oskaloosa, Dea Moines, Wmtereet, ft w INN ksOT A—Watertown BluflE, In lOWA—Minn eapolis and ft. Paul, ‘V o fli,h and Kanaaa City, la Wd jAouz Falla, In DAKOTA—Cameron, Horton, Topeka, MISSOURI-Omaha, Falrbury;and Nelson,, In Creak, Hutchinson, Wichita, Bollevllle, and Denver. Hennessey, King-fish or. El Bono. In tb® FN DI A, EE Chair Cara to Colorado Springs, Pueblo, In FREE Palac . sieep fnd from Cfiicaco, CsldweU.Hutchlnßon n « w and magnificent VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAIN!, p 23 SB&SSi&S&SSm «MS2!fWßfc®¥ .Tates of the Gods, the Mountain Cities, Minins Campo. oan Grandeurs of Colorado. __ VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE, Solid Express Trains dally bet ween Chi cafi*o ln ft-o'm th os e p ointa ank with THROUGH Reclining .Chair Cars (FREE) to ana Pe orla. Spirit Lake Kansas City. Through Chair Car and Sleeps Pipestone, Water and Qloux PallsTvla *Rock Island. The Favorite Une^o^pe»^ d town, Sioux Fails, and the Summer Resorts and punting Grounds of the Northwest. amd KANKAKEE offers to . THE SHORT LINE VIA SENECA AN layette, and Council Bluflfc, St. travel between Cincinnati, I P& lft s*£*;2'citv Minneapolis and Bt. Paul. SsssswfflssssaswE^T" r ev |aufci JOHN atBAo I lAHj CHICAGO, ILL LAMAR, COLORADO, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1890. LOCAL NEWS. A Rood ram fall Wednesday night. P. B. Koen was up to Pueblo Mon* day. J. D. Martin is suffering with an attack of erysipelas. Miss Nellie Jones loft Tuesday evening for Indiana. G. Krouch received a large bill of new goods Wednesday. Mrs. J. M. Wright bus moved to their farm north of town. J. W. Graham moved up on the Bob Creek ditch this week. Mrs. C. C. Huddleston expects to go east on a visit iq a few days. Chas. W. Lee is again behind the , counters at his father's grocery store. There has been quite a good many fish caught out #f the river with forks this week. We call attention to the ad. of Peter Lynch's restaurant elsewhere in this paper. The W. It. C. will meet the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month at the G. A. R. room. K. A. Wright, Sec. John H. Ny« moved to town Tues day. He expects to work for the Henry ditch company the coming au miner. Thrre is a great many cattle being •hipped east at present. A number of tain loads have went through daily thie week. Mrs. M. H. Thorass left for Graud Junction Monday morning to join her husband. They expect to remain there for some time. The family of J. C. MoMilleu left for Denver Wednesday morning where Mr. McMillin is engaged in the barber business. K. C. Peterson, of Keokuk, lowa, haa been in the city this week look ing after hie north side claim which had been contested. The aettlers of Pleaaant Valley thirteen miles worth-west of town are circulating a petition to aecure a poetortice over in that neighborhood See new advertisement of I. H. My ere' now drug store in another column. It is one of thu most com plete stock of drugs ever brought to Lamar. Mrs. Ella Billow the senior Vice- President of the W. R. C. went to Denver as a delegate to the State G. A. R. Encampment to represent the Lamar Corps. Makuikp:—Thomas J. Marker of Brandon, and Miss Daisy D. Donovan of Chivington, were married at the Burger House Tuesday evening by Rev. Kent White. Hon. C. C. Goodale, U". 11. Van- Orsdale and Capt. 11. A. Billow went j to Denver Tuesday evening t» attend ! tiie State Grand Army Encampment. They expect to return to-night. Street Commissioner 11. A. Billow ! had a number of men at work on the streets Monday and Tuesday. It. was an opportunity to those who wished to work out their city poll tax instead of paying the two dollars. We neglected to mention in our last issue the opening of Mrs. Stella Mor ris <fc Co.’s new milliner store in the Blodgett building. They inform us that a large and varied assortrnct ot new goods have been received this week. Rev. White will speak on the or ganization ot the Young People’s Christian Endeavor Society to-mor row morning, which has gained con siderable proiniii"m e throughout the stale. Let every young Christian be present. Let every Sunday-school in Prow ers couuty be represented at the Ar kansas Valley Sunday school Con vention to be held in Lamar on the 2nd and 3rd days of May. Some prominent Sunday-school workers of the state will be present. An Inter esting programme will be published in the pear future. Mr*. George Moore left last Sun day morning for the Cherokee Na tion, Indian Territory. She will visit her son who is ia the Indian school at Leavenworth, Kansas, on her way down. Es. Craddock left Tuesday morn ing overland with a team for Pueblo where ha and his brother Will, in tend to engage in the manufacture of brick. They are first-class brick mak ers and wo hope they will kayo suc cess at their Dew location. Two train loads of naeu who sross ed the plains mi ’4O the time of the California gold excitement passed through Monday morning with their families en route to California to take a look at that conntry now. They were principally from Massach usetts. F. E. Irwin this week made a sur rey of the lot on which the M. E. church and pareonage are located. His work checked ont exactly with the original survey of the town, which he found to have been done in a profesional manner. Parson White intends fencing the lot and adorning it by means of water, grass and shrubbery. The lecture of Dr. Sewell, of Den ver last Sslurday evening waa heard by a large audience at the M. E. church. The lecture wae filed with many scientific illustrations, showing the use of "Sand” which was his sub ject, and how it supplies many wants of man. Had the Doctor favored ns a week sooner, we would have been better prepared to endure the eand storm of the Bth inst. which so raffled our usually mild tempers. The or chestra preceded the address with two beautiful overtures "The Golden Fleece” and "San Sncci,” and closed the exercises of tho evening with "The Siege of Paris,” an effort that brought forth a hearty encore, which would have been responded to had not the bow af the voloncelliat been demolished during the "Siege.” A syndicate was formed in Denver list week composed of several wealthy Massachusetts % gentlemen who will engage in the feeding of cattle on an extensive scale in the Arkansas valley near Las Animas. They will purchase in the neighbor hood of three thomsand acres of al falfa lands under the Henry ditch, and will plant about one thousand acres of corn. In the fall they will build the necessary pens etc.,* and intend to feed three thousand head of steers, which will be an experi ment with alfalfa. If it proves to be a success they will operate the busi ness more extensively in the future. MUSICAL MU3INQ3. Judge Heaton handles tho how | with ease. He is a successful leader l in music. Mrs. Ivriger allowed her new piano ! to be used at the lecture in the inter j est of the M. E. church. Mrs. Knger plays beautifully. Judge J. Iv. Doughty is artistic on the long bow. This is Mr. Irwin’s first attempt with a band of musicians. The orchestra wins new .laurels every time it appears in public. The band boys are improving fast under the instruction of their leader professor Heaton. The cornet is a g r eat assistance in the congregational singing. Mrs. Cora Lee’s solo Sunday morn ing was produced in her usual sweet way. Mr. E Colley masters the organ at the M. E. Church. He is peerless in his position in the choir. Mrs. Rawlings’ alto voico was greatly missed m the choir last Sun day morning. Mrs. Rev. White leads with a strong and well trained soprano yoice. We think that there is talent i enough in this place to have a mn-i a! concert. Whv dou’t the orcl-cum ' institute a mo-. «-* o! t . fciu-> \\ . | are sure our people appreciate good i music. Judge W. R. Davie will be a cor respondent for the Rboistbb at Pu eblo. C. 11. Carter and »oo Bert returned from Trinidad the fore part of the week and are living on their claim north of the river. Patents were received at the U. S. Land Office this week for the follow ing named parties: Joseph L. Kemble n. w. £ sec. 26 t. 22 r. 51 w. John Davidson u. e. j sec. 20 t. 22 r. 5 1 w. George Peck lot No. 3 sec. 9 and e. £of the fractional n. e. sec. 8 and lot No. 1 sec. 5 t. 23 r. 52 w. Carey White w. £ s. e. £ sec. 7 and w. | n. e. | see 18 t. 26 r. 41 w. Edward Parkhurst a. w. £ s. e. sec. 3S t. 22 and w. \n. e. and n. w. s. e. sec 4t.23r. 48 w. The zealot is a man who loves morality so well that he will commit crime to maintain it. —Puck. How many things there are to laugh at in this world to the girl who has pretty teeth and dimples.—Atch ison Globe. When a man finds a button m his salad ho will hardly take the excuse that it is a part of thedresing.—Rome Sentinel. Eastern Man—So they caught the murderer? Westerner—Yaas. “Have they tried him yet?” “Not yet. Ain’t had time; they've only just got through with the lynching.”—Har per's Bazar. Mrs. Gotham—The paper says that chewing wintergreen will keep peo ple awake m church. Mr. Gotham —lt might be—but at the theater I have fonnd cloves very efficacious.— New York Weekly. The boy who can say bis verse best at the Sunday-school concert isn’t always the boy who can step up in front of the other boys and take the prettiest girl in the school home after the concert is all over—Somer ville Journal. Distinguished Statesman—lf a re porter calls to-night tell him I have nothing to say. Servant—So I have sor. There wuz wan here tin min utes ago. Distinguished Statesman —What reply did he make? Servant —He said he wondered you hadn't found that out long ago.—Washing ton Post. £Totlo« top Publioation. Land Office at Lamar, Colo., March 36th, 1890. Notice 1* hereby given that the following named settler has hied notice of his Intention to make Anal proof In support of his claim, and that sHld proof will be made before the register and tecelver at Lamar, Colo., on May 3d, 1890, viz: Noarnlah R. New D. 3. No. 3023 for the s. w. 1 4 of sec. 24 tp. 27 range 48. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: G. A. Watson, H. Hogue, Stephen Scott, E. E. Price all of Mulvaue, Colo. C. D. FORD, 42-47. Register. Herbert’s for pumps and repairs. Stovepipe to order at Horbert’s. Everybody buys feed and flour at Purm enter's Old Stand. Geo. T. Herbert has seed wheat for sale. Remember the Parraeater Old Stand for cheap feed and b*'st brands of flour. D. C. Marker **▼•* lie is the man who has furniture to sell. For quick sales, amall profits, hon est weight, square deal* and cash prices go to the Parmenter Old Stand. Peter Matter keeps a complete stock of guided and field seeds at the Parmenter Old Stand. Sa.zxa.zxa. Line. Free reolining chair-cars are run via “Santa Fe Route” between Den ver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, To peka, Kansas City, Ft. Madison, Galesburg and Chicago. Two trains daily between all eastern and west ern points. Fast line to San Diego, Los Angeles and San Fraucisco. Pullman Tourist Cars for all Califor nia points. Shore Line to City of Mexico. Round trip tickets on sale at reduced rates to all principle Tex as. Pacific and Gulf (.’oust points, al- City "I Mexico. Direct line to ' 1 he celebrated Las Voo-as Hot Spi in ; New Mexico. ‘ : • H“-i ! q.i .->•!> , it .■ popular line 1700 Lawrence Si. Dea -1 ver, Colo, NUMBER 45. FOR S-AJLdD. 160 acre* of deeded lead, eight mi lea aouth-eaat of town on Clay creek, under the surveyed south side ditch. J. A. Dowxivg. 43. Alexander Hickman is a cool headed gentleman, and one who will, if appointed marshal of La Junta, make an efficient officer. He has been tried in that capacity before and did always fulfiill bis duty. We hope to hear ot his appointment. Advertised Letters. The following is a list of letters remaining uncalled for in the post office at Lamar, Colo., for week end ing April 18th, 1890: S. J. Blake, Milton Ward (2). R. G. Allen, Mrs. Susan Wilson, Orman R. Shay, Richard Snitt, Hal. Evans, Mrs. J. B. Davis. B. T. Lbs, p. it. Prowers county in the Arkansas valley is going to make big progress with its farm crops this year. We read m a local paper that “nine car loads of seed wheat and three can loads of barley had been brought to Lamar the present spring, all of which has or will be planted under the ditches on the north side of the river.” Over the lands where will flourish the golden grain in Prowers live years ago was naught but lowing herds.—Field and Farm. SECRETS OF THESTAGE Pauline Hall will Reveal some of Them in a Novel. LIFE OF A HANDSOME WOMAN. The Pretty Coblc Opera Qaeea Pirpeset Letting the Cat eat ef the Bag hy Depleting Theatrical Jealousies. How She Guards Health. Pauline Hall is solos to write a book descrip tive of her experience as a urtroa doors In which she threatens to let out some of tbe se crets of the dressing room. Miss Hall Is sener ally regarded as one of the most beautiful wo men wno'bave ever come forward inlighlopera. and as she has assiduously and intelligently cultivated her naturally good voice, her expe riences with managers, and stage managers, with rival coinlo opera queens, with tenors, with comedians, with the audience ill front mod the detachments of gilded youths who deal in bouquets and bonbons, must have been ex tremely varied and picturesque, mud If properly set forth lu a well told story will surely not fail to attract attention. Ifsbe would make msort of Jean Jacques Kosseau confession of the sen sations of a comic opera queen who receives a small flower store of bouquets every night and is plied with all manner of attentions and com- Klimeuts by the press and the public and how irgeiy this flattery and adulatiou Increases the size of the prtma donna’s hsad, the recital would make very unique reading. How much of her own personality, however, the prlma donna will put into the book and how much of It will be the result of her own close and hum orous observation of her surroundings Is not yet determined. It seems that a novel based on comic opera episodes and Incidents In this country was «ug- S rated to a publisher, aud by the publisher to llss Hall Just after the appearance of William Black's novel of Loudon theatrical life entitled “Prince Fortunatus.” The publisher probably knew perfectly well that the stage beauty had not the literary skill of the Engllsn novelist, but so far as life behind the footlights and among the dressing rooms of the comic opera play house, the prlma donna is unquestionably very much better equipped. It is understood that Miss Hall will write all the book, with the exception, possibly, of the first chapter, w hich will be devoted to a description of the opening night of a great condo opera produc ti n. This will he written by a man whose name is widely known as a clever writer for the magazines, ui.d will be given up to a picture of a Metropolitan first night with the vivacious incideuis to be observed on RUch occasions and references to the more striking personalities in the audience and in the lobbies between the acts. If Miss Hall gives up another chapter or ■o in the earlier part of the book and nave it written up by the stage manager and the com edian as collaborators describing how tboy cut and slash and build up the libretto into popular • liape after the awful experiences of the Initial performance it would bo one of the most Inter esting chapters In the hook. If Frauk Wilson ecu a recall Ills "Golub” experiences and furn ish a few points the chapter would be copied from one end of this country to the other. There are any number of secrets that l’anllne Hall could tell. She could Inform the public how suicidal Is the idea many of them follow of permittingdiseaso to obtain a strong hold on their constitution when one visit to gun wa would stop It all. His remedies are prepared from Chinese herbs and vegetables. The pro cess bv which tlio leaves, roots, barks, herbs, etc., are prepared, so as to ret&lu all their ac tive, medicinal properties. The result of these peculiarities are medicines of uuusal strength, although not uupalatable or disagreeable to the taste, which effect cures hitherto unknown In tills country. With them he cares all chronic diseases and deformities; consumption, a disease that yields so readily to Chinese treatment th.it It Isalniost unknown In that country, all diseases of the throat, lungs and heart; diseases of the stom ach and liver, characterized by indigestion, dys pepsia, etc.; skin diseases, pimples, ulcer*,etc.; diseases of the blood and bowels and their con sequences, such as dlarlußa. costiveness, piles, tumors, private diseases of the urinary and generative organs; diseases of women, nervous debility, mental or physical weakness, arising from indiscretion, producing some of the fol lowing effects, viz: Nervousness, dimness of sight, preverted vision, defective memory, pim ples on the faoe. want of pleasure In life, want of ambition, unfitness to marry, melancholy, dyspepsia, stunted physical prn. :.t, loss Of power, p mis i*i :!».* b.mi., >•< • ■<l poison fng, either bv mcreurv or loud; mercurial and : other affections ottho throat, skin and bones. . Blotches 'in the tn*-o or body, eruptions, old sores, uleerv painful swellings, from whatever cat:*"-, positiviv, quickly and forever driven 1 from the s -’ Still and swollen joints and rheumatism f: • mb! od poisoning cured quickly • and porm.neiitlv. He charge-' nothing for con sultation, exami.-.-; t<m or advice. Write to him If you find It Impossible to call. Your lettera will be regarded, as confidential. Address lfl*g I Larimer stre'et, Denver- —Denver Times. • i