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WSm: fes.... .g—sags p- rmiuxB mil satcxjut a>—*T— g ftnd UarrUl. fctMii M Ike Pwti gev at Lamar, t'nlorado. •a SoteaiMui Mail Matter. SwinntW Rates: OmTsu . n .-*» mm HaMte 75 IhlW Month* 20 Lulu, Colorado, Accust S. 1S01. Atostracts, The only set of Jfu.meri ical Abstracts of the Rec ords of Prowers county. Abstracts to Farm and City Property furnished on shortest notice. Terms Reasonable. Addresss MOWERS CO. ABSTRACT Co. Lamar, Colo. Coloredo Meteorological Society. Report for the week ending July 31st. , —Ther.—, Max. Min. Rain. Aug. 1, 90 63 .03 1 - 2, 87 58 - 3, 91 SO .02 “ 4, 93 61 44 5. 91 61 44 6, 100 02 44 8, 101 62 Geo. T. Herbert, Voluntary Observer. Post office Time Table. On every dav except Sundays and le gal holidays office is open from 7 o'clock a. m. to 7 o’clock p. m. On Sundays and legal holidays office is ; open from 9:30 to 10 o'clock a.m. andfrom 6 to 7 o’clock p. m. E. T. Lee, Postmaster. ! LOCALS. Joy on Poverty Ridge. The editor hadn't a pair of po<l paata. His children hadn’t a crust: His wife she *at by the old «ray cat. lad sighed: In God we trust, toon there came a patent medicine a 1. At fifteen dollars a year. And again “there was joy in the halls of Troy" Aad the editor ordered the beer. The bald-faced horse the editor drives Then fed off the fat of the Land. While the kids they cried with joy and pride As they carried a piece in each hand. Gad bless the patent medicine man With hie fifteen dollar fad: He comes at good tide, while others slide Out of paying for last years ad. T. C. Henry was in town Friday. B. B. Brown started for Pike's Peak last night. Judge Frybarger of Carlton was up on •how day. J. Howard Koen was in Granada on Wednesday. Geo. Wilson, of La Junta, was in town Wednesday. Notice the now card of Dr. C. V. Bedell in this issue. W. J. Johnston was in Pueblo on bus iness the first of week. Mrs. Reed and her son. E. A., have gone to Harper, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Feast, of Adana, were in Lamar yesterday. C. Frost Liggett, he of the Chivington Chief was in town Wednesday. X" Martin Graham, the cattle baron from the east end, was in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nichols, of Carlton, name up for the circus on Thursday. / F. W. Burger of Denver, a former resi dent of Lamar, was in town Monday. Markham and Brevort havo fenced in the north aide of town for a grainery. Geo. H. Warren, representing the Den wr Times, was in Lamar on Weducaaay. Dr. Hasty’s oats will run about fifty bushels to the acre. lie is cutting now. Mr. and Mrs. John E. DeLea from the North side have go no to Denver on a visit. Tbs popular Alamo hotel has secured the services of a new cook, fresh from Texas. Mr. Geo. A. Red field, general manager 4 tt the Henry canals was in Lamar yes terdsy. F. B. Koen has shipped twenty five car loads of wheat to Chicago, ail from his own ranch. . J. K. Dilie. manager of Sage'Brush ranch near Carlton, was in town the first ortho week. Big Sandy creek was on the ram]>age laet Sunday, caused by a water spout in Kiowa county. Msssrs. Davidson and sons are cutting their oete on Dr. Hasty's farm. They i have a splendid stand. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moorehouse and eon Frankie came in from Winfield, Kan j aas, yesterday morning. Lawyers and litigants will please re awbir that we are especially prepared ter doing fixst-claes brief work. William Cummings is dabbling in hy dnulka He is trying to pump the water out of Huddleston’s cellar. Mr. J. M McMillin has so far reoov mod from the injuries he received on the Fourth that he is able to ait up. Sol Cbmhaad went to Castle Rock last TWadav with some horses belonging to She V. ft Geological Survey Corps. Ha Barth aide road overseer ie look lag up MB to work on the roads. On Mia aentb MBs the mao are looking for BilsßhßMa is shipping two car SmAsoC wheat to Ikwaka. Mr. Leather MM had one Reid of wheat of 40 acres SlfMMlMObwMa JtU and OR ts &• Junta whore they have a M mk,—ons Comntg Democrat, Mort Strain took his oats from off the ftooe and threshed them. That's what things get when they go off with a little water. F. B. Koen was in Denver last Monday . and Tuesday getting men to repair the breaks in tho Amity canal caused by the floods. CoL Billow has been appointed thief health officer. He is looking after the condition of our streets and alleys. | Cleau up. ! Dot loedle Shennau Fand has been I serenading Charley Baldwin quite often ; since he donned the dignity of the under I sheriff"b office. C. C. Huddleston has had his mustach i shaved off and now he displays a nose ! that looks like Jim Blaine's or that of * the Rmushk man. The Sparks asks: -“Where are the i road overseers?" They probably have ! broken their necks trying to get over | some of the bad roads. ! 1. H. Liohr, foreman of the Sauta Fo j bridge gang, is in town with his men re ; pairing the stock yards, cattle guards I and bridges on the railroad. | Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould and their s.*n, Ray. have gone to Canton, Kansas, j where they will visit Mrs. Gould's par j ents. They expect to bo gone about two weeks. M. Tj. Con well has one of the best ‘ farms in the county. It has long since ceased to be an object of expenditure and has become a good dividend paying property. Granada expects a tiual decision on its celebrated bond case to be handed down from the U. S. District court at Denver in a short tiuio. The case is up for hear ing to-day. Mrs. S. B. Faulkner, w ife of our new Western Union operator, arrived Monday ' night. Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner havo gone to housekeeping in the building south of the Burger house. Those favorite terms in mining par lance: dividend paying, ore producing, favorable showing, outputters, bonanza, etc., are becoming very applicable to Arkansas valley farms. Many of tho friends of W. I. Taylor and family rushed in on them last Wednesday evoning loaded down with necessities and good things of life. Mr. Taylor asks us to express his thanks. The lease of the county on the wagon bridge addition to the railroad bridge at old Granada has expired, and the plank ing has been taken up. The bridge keeper's house has also been moved away. _ J. Scott Rubert-son. manager of the XY ranch, has about completed bis new res idence near the ranch store, and will soon move into it. It is one the largest and handsomest residences in Prowers county. B. B. Brown, E. L. Koen and L. Wirt Markham have shed their luxuriant beards, causing their smooth faces under the ardent rays of the summer sun to shine with a delicate shade of chastised infant red. ! For the beaeGt of subscribers who de sire a city weekly paper in connoctiou with their local paper we will furnish the two beet papers in the country, the Weekly Globe-Democrat and the Regis ter one year for £*2. It is reported that R. E. Porter, who ' accepted a position as leading lady with a theatrical company last week left the i company to the tender mercies of the world at Greeley the other day. R. E. is ( going to Burden. Kansas. It was announced on last Wednesday by darning |K»ters of pastubvtard with ’ lead pencil letters, that the Grand Treu would give a concert that night. An audience greeted four Africans who sang four and live songs after which they , struck the blind baggage and pulled out of town. A fine sample of white winter wheat from Mr. El E>*alherman was handed to us to-day. He has a splendid crop and is shipping two car load** to Topeka. Thu • Star outlit is threshing his grain and ho > noticed yesterday it run out 154 bushels i in an hour. We hear this rig spoken of in very high terms. i This office is iu receipt of the Third i Annual Report of thu Agricultural ex periment station, which is conducted in . connection with the State Agricultural College at Fort Collins. This rcj»ort is one af the best works on agriculture and irrigation that a Colorado farmer can have. It is full and complete. i Mr. Downer, of Lamar, is planting largely of grapes aud peaches. He has 1 a vineyard now in bearing and the crop is fine. His peach orchard is just be ginning to bear and he is so well pluascd.l i with the outlook that he will plant i heavily next season. He has a splendid location for fruit. Pueblo Review and Fanner. A number of our citizens visited Billy McCurry at his cow camp on Clay creek last Sunday. The boys declare that Billy is a splendid host, and knows how to make the boys feel pleased with their visit. The Register people regret very much that they could not attend on ao count of Sunday school in the morning and a pied form in the afternoon. The signal service, mentioned in la*! week's Register, will be established in Lennar, as Mr. George T. Herbert has succeeded in raising the necessary cash. The flags and signals will be placed in mme convenient location, and then those who “know enough to come in out of the wet” when it rains, will have due and timely warning of approaching storms. The Great International Railroad show was at Lamar Thursday. The pro prietors of this show seem to be men who understand their business, and they gave a very good performance. Their show don't seem to be overrun with tliiovosj and cat throats as is so often the case. The crowd was rather smell as mnt-t of ■ our farmers are too busy to come to town •' pven for a circiwv * 1 The Register office has increased its stock of material and machinery by add 's lot of new job type and a Paragon pa- ( j per cutter. Don't send your job work 1 ! orders out of town when you can get ass ' good work doue at home. Ahe Register office is supplied w ith all of the neees j 1 sary material and stock for doing first class job work and has one of the best . job printers in the State. Married -On Tuesday evening, Aug j ust-4th, at Salida, Colorado, Miss Mary M. Weller, of Sivlida. and Mr. L. Pur menter, of Montery, California. Both | parties were formerly citizens of Lamar j aud aro well and favorably known by many of our readers. Ihe impressive ceremony, the simple fc*rvice at the church, and the solemn pealing of the : organ have ushered in for them a uew ; life, and the Register wishes them a ’ happy future and lots of it. A party of emigrants that hud start**! from Pueblo several w .vks ago on a fl.it boat with the intention of floating dow n the river to Arkansas City. Kansas, were swamped la 1 Sunday afternoon in the rapid current at the railroad bridge at i old Granada. The entire party, consist- ; ing of two men. three women and a boy and girl, were thrown into the river and were only saved by the timely arrival of several men from the XV ranch. Several of the party* were badly strangled, but no one was dangerously injured. Their household goods were all recovered with the exception of a sewing machine and a chest of tools. The plucky outfit started on their journey in the boat again next morning, aud expect the present high w ater will take them to their destination if uo more accidents occur. “O wjiii some power the iriftio pie u» “To i*e«* oureel* am other* n« I “It waJ frnt* monte a blunder free ui. “And foolisli notion." LAMAR ITEMS. (VALEDICTORY. 1 Communicated to (hiringtoo Chief.] “Dear people, arc you not surprised to see the above word? 1 know you must be. My duties call mo away from the dear little city of Lamar, and greatly do I regrot it. In these items during the past few months, we are well aware of having angered many and of having made friends of others. We rneunt no offense to any one in our items, as they were all in fun, aud no thought to the contrary was intended. Once more now we say farewell. Lamar and her interests shall always have my best w ashes.** J. G. Millf.k (R. E. Porter. I Died -at the residence of D. E. Coop er, on Wednesday evening, August sth, Mrs. Sol Wise, of hemorrhage of the lungs. Her death was very sudden and unexpected although she had been a victim of that dread disease consump tion for some years. Mrs. Wise was a member of the Women’s Relief Corps, by whom the funeral was conducted on Thursday morning. OBITUARY. A loved and loving friend, whose womanhood morning had almost touched noon, and while the shadows still were falling toward the West, she had not passed ou life’s highway the stone that marks the highest point, but being weary for a moment she lay down by the wayside, and using her burden for a pillow, fell into that dreamless sleep • that kisses down the eyelids still. While yet in love with life she passed to silent and pathetic dust, yet aft*»r all it may | be best, for whether in mid sea or among the breakers near the further shore, a wreck must mark at last the end of each and all. .She loved the beautiful, she , sympathised with the weak, and with a J willing hand gave alms. A devoted and and patient wife and a kind neighbor, I and now we will leave her in the hand of her God. AT u Fra tnx Cranacia Items. M>e«-lui to (lie Kexist'-r. Granada, Friday. August 7th. The cow boys came in from the range Monday evening. Miss Alzada Lotz, of Ohio, is visiting ,! I lie family of S. li. Toj»e. Miss Edith Cummings, of Lamar, is visiting friends iu this city. Walter Morris aud sister have ojiouod '. an ice cream parlor on Main street. , Rev. Taylor, of Lamar, will preach at the M. E. Church next Saturday even ing. The young jieople Granada will give a ( ball this evening at the “Hollingsworth Hall. ; G. F. Rilderback and family have re ! turned from their western trip. After all there is no place like Granada. - Mrs. A. il. 11. Baxter has lately opened up a restaurant in the Grimsley build ing, corner of Main street and Goff avenue. y Mr. Audrey J. Barton, one of the XV 1 ranch boys, will soon leave to take a po sition in one of the Santa Fe eating houses in Kansas. Mr. E. C. Wright, an exjierieneed and competent railroad man, ban taken the I*osition of night operator at the depot hero iu place of S. B. Faulkner. Granada has organized a Horse Shoe Pitching club of which Juo. tj. Hager a.«n is President, aud Lorenzo Jones. Secretary. The club practices daily and their games are witnessed by a large concourse of people. Mr. Frank Miiburn, upon his return 1 from the range Monday evening, re ceived the sad nows of the death of his ! father, a former resident of this place, which occured in Montrose. Missouri, about two weeks ago. This was a sad blow to the young man, and he has the sympathy of the community. The citizens of Gransda were sorry to loose Mr. S. B. Faulkner ami wife, who | have lately become citizens of Lamar. Mr. Faulkner has for a number of months filled the position of night operator at j the Santa Fo depot, but resigned to bo j come day operator at Lamar. Mr. ' Faulkner is one of the company's most | valued men and he and his wife are both 1 ! highly esteemed in Granada. Rustler. At the present time Lamar suffers tho lack of one cut. j rise more perhaps than I that of any other which could l>e men ' rioned. That is a good grist mill. Why such an establishment has not been place.! at this point by some enterpris- I ing man long ore this is a question diih- I cult to answer. The farmers recognize the great need of such a mill and all will do everything reasonable to help such au < enterprise along. At the least oaloula tion there are 1 xWX) bushels of grai'i tributary to Lamar. The chances of getting a g*vxi return for niouev invest ,sl in such an industry are first-class in every respect. /rrij/uhoH Age. Charge cf Nnmc Simply. Every old time citi ten of Colorado r* j members the old wholesale millinery and hat tiriu of Webber and Howland, ten years ago succeed by the now well ! known tirm or W. S. Howland and 00. 1 When the latter succeded the former, Mr. E. H. Simonson, a heavy New York importer and manufacturer of roilli nery was made partner in the new tirm. j This co-partnership has existed every j since, up to .July 14lh last, when Mr. j Simonson purchased tho r* t;> depart I rnent and Mr. llowlat.d the wh-'l»*K»le I business. Mr. Simonson goes to the eastern market* twice a year and selects person ally from tho latest samples and stocks of domestic and imported millinery. lie is now in New Yo.k buying his fall goods. See notice «*f i h.n.gc of tirm in another column. State Normal School of Colorado. This institution offers a full academ [ i«u»l and professional course. Students having a good grammar school educa tion can complete the course in four years. Students having good scholastic attainments may finish in from one to two years owing to proficiency. The professional work embraces Psychology, Science of Instruction. Sixv-ial Methods, Lectures on School Supervision. History and Philosophy of Education. The 'Hie school is fully equipped with the best of apparatus. A full oorps of ex cellcnt teachers is in charge. Tuition free to all who expect to teach in Colo rado. The diploma is a life certificate in this State. Building not excelled: Itoarding as cheap as anywhere in the State. Second year opeus September >. 181)1. Three terms a year. Students can enter at the beginning of any term. Address Principal of State Normal school, Grc-clev, Colorado. Card of Thenks. To the Register: We desire through tho columns of your paper to express our heartfelt thanks to the many friends who uer«< with us and helped us during the recent severe trial through which we have passed. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fekc.i <>n. Advertised Letters. The following is a list of unclaimed letters remaining uncalled for in this o? lice August 8,1891: Tattc, Frank Temple, William Rodgers. M L. Ivoemau. A. McLean, I>av i 1 Hall, Forest < Drop l«*tter.) Hamlnn. Martin lForeign.) K. 1 Lee. P M. Try a sack of Lee's Imperial Hour. Choice hams and breakfast Imcod at ( '. M. Leo’s. Castor Machine Oil 65 eta at Fryl*ar gers,* Carlton. Markham Jr Brev.-rt arc ready . p. the highest price for grai.i. W. J. Johnston carries, the largest stock of boot® and shot's in the county , The finest and lx***t lino of boots and shoes in the county is carried by W. J. Johnston. Go to Herbirh far everything you want in farm machinery. Pnm|x*, Wind mills, WagoiiH. Carriages etc. You will I*e treated right. Fry barger at Carlton gives 1 lbs good Baking Powder, or 2 lbs line Ton for $1.50 and the \\ --l hj (ilt.i., I ~ : for 1 year thrown in. FOR RENT. j Lands and water under the line of the Amity Canal. Inquire at First National Bank. FOR RENT. A fine farm with full water right, good improvement**, such us stoi e house and barn, sixty acres in alfalfa. Farm lo cated one half mile from Lamar. Good , terms to right party. Apply at once at | offx*e of The Lamar lj»iui and Canal Company. Salary $25 per Week. WANTED Good Agents to sell our gen- 1 eral lino of merchandise*. No peddling. Above salary will be paid to ‘live’agents. ! For further information, address: Chicago i Jenkkai. Si:i*i*i.v Co., No. ITS West. Van Huron ISt., i Chicago, 111 ' CONSUMPTION CURED. An old physician. retired from practice, having i : had placed in liis hand- by an F.a«>t India mis- 1 I ‘iouary the formula *«f a Mmp)«* vegetable n inp* : dj for the speedy and (K-rmaDwit cure of » 'on ! sumption. Jimuch< atarrb, Asthma and all | Throat aud Liidk AtTertione, also a positive nnd radical cure for Nervous Debility and nil \.*r i vou> Complaints, *fter having tested its won derful curative powers in thousands of rn-es. : has felt it his duty to make it knoun to hit suf | f'-riu* fcllown. Actuated by this motive and-a desire to rulievc tinman suffering. | will send free of cliargo, to all who desire it. thi* recipe.; in German, rr< neh or F.mrli'di. with full direc ' ions for preparing aud using. Sent by mail by i addressing with stamp, naminr this paper, W I ! A. Nm eh. ~jj Powers block. Rochester. N. V. j pi|p * consJmpti oH ' It has permanent! v cured TiforsANi>a !rf m»«i pronounced by doctor* hope* JfiM. If you have premonitory aynrp <oins. mich m Contrli, Difficulty of Itreathiiijr. Ac., don’t dolav. but n«e PI.HO-.S CUBE for CqVSUMITiON | •jn mediately. By Druggists. 25 rents. Notion of Stockholder* Meeting. The Miumal meeting of the»todibold«lof Tb» Lamar Laud aud Canal t omiMur will M held at the oflire of tl.e Company. »n tl • loan of La : mar. Celoindo. on Monday. Auxoet luth. HOl. in o'clock n. k... for the ths-tu... »l l>.rect-. r * for j j the ensuing year and tin? tr ; . - action ■ ( turh , other l»u*inea> a* tua> propet I y »‘*>uie oefoie tue ; ! meeting. Lam ar. Colorado. July ii. I—l E. }■ . Skeheki.at>. Secretary. . I Notloe for F'xiVDlloa.tiorx. Land Oov. Lamar, t’olo.. July Wl j . Vo! |l 1, i* Citeu that J« - v ’ ha* filed not»c- of intenturn to make Huai proof hefnc the l'.r<i»trr nmi Receiver at therrottice in Lamar. Colo., on Saturday me -th day, of ' | ""lie name- w»tn.-*- : *: J.d.u Tomlan-.ui. j tries SoowdKii L ii. Stuhlv- ami tluf. Ilutler, | * ! ! r f UrkU4Kl *' ‘ ' “ ,A ‘C. D. Foei». Render. Notion for I'.oation. L.»n J Ortie** ;»* 100. »r.« .'i.:i la l-.'l ' ! Nt»Tl*'F. o Ii r.-l.i w.t'-r ti.i if..ti.-*iru:~ 1 will U» Ui»d-* l- fore the »ov»t* r and Jo ! oniver at Lamar, t 0t... \ .1.1- L j Tis: HadcO. |:«e..„.-u»an. »i K. No. Ce forth# ! prore ...mi;on.M- i—i *»•«»/•- ! Mn. Fannie <Y St u».:W l’l.'rre I J and M.-» V j Lae, all of Urmitada. Colorado. , Nctioo for PublloaUon Land Office at Lamar.« .do . July \\ I'M ■ ! tlw If-got -r and flvc.-ivor at I.Mii.ar. f'olo.. •-*» , \.i*. U Pei, 'it: John •. N i. I*. S. No 4 I'd f«.r the n. , « 1~. t.o.rwot *r. -nil ni .. : Ileuame* th- f din .• *.L u» pr..»e h- I Continuous r.-«nh»n-.. uj*.i> ar.«l mUiioti-m itf. ' i Mill laud. xie. .V. Sk Ift. John Ht*<lerman. ; ; Varou Hu«r». and L \. Maxwell. aU of I mtud* 11 C. 1». liwn. Retfietef j Notice For 3P\jlDlio«.t.ioxi. Lai-HMhee.it Lamar. < ok> . July ? zl. I«ol ‘ NOTICE >. i cue., th-* tl,- ; nan .al *etller ha~ bled mrt.ee of liu* .nt- fit u.n lo make final pn-.f in <»f tin- claim, and »«; l\««uc^.Yl tIV-iwS II section 11. tonm.hu> SI. *>utb range 42 ««t. | He iumo« ttic f.*liv w iu- rtiUin»w ««• I nne h « . rnntiniinu* rt—nU-in'e u|n« ami eniti* a!t>>u of. *a.d land, viz; U-tinder H... Mill . shi.no and Michael Finncrty, all of « ledidge. kanea*. and Robe rt W*t«««i, of Holley*, t ,v, 12 (' D- KiWU. Ronrter. ITotioo For Pviblioation. Land Office at Lamar, fok» . July 22. l*f*l Notic* t» Iterebj given that the fol'. aina named nttlw ha* filial nottceof her inteotion t«» make final proof in *upt»>rt ..f her claim aud that «ai 1 pnad xrtll he mad. hi-fore tie* Rckcist-r and Riveivcr at Lamar, t'«»!<*.. on 1. I^l, ' iz : Flora B. An ten for brrwlf ami u.m.*r »iit*r • ir.vc >1 Vuteu trho iiu June If In ' m muu-r orphan ehilJran of Jame* B. \u Utt a dcre.iied **»ldier thortuch Auiauda J. \dam* their pur I inn now deeea««d made H. K. Ill' f««r the l*. t«i«n»hip No. 21 eoafh. rn Ram: '* - p; ■*( ..f *' principle im-nd-n She nan*-* tl.e 1 folhnriay mtna— e* to per* her impn.recent and eulueatiyn of. aahl land, tia:«H ' .lame* s'c;.h«a«.n. Ira E. Swadiey at, IW. V. ] Janie*, all --f Lamar. Colii. M V.D. F<MU>. Reciter. I patents” PERSONAL AND PROMPT ATTENTK >N GIVEN It > PAT ENTS, CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS, INTERFERENCE'. AND ALL OTHER PATENT CAUSES. STODDART &. CO., Rl3 & 615 7th Street, N. W. lOppo-ilc l*. S. l’ntcnt WASHINGTON. F». C. RriNCRHIE FOB Till! TWO tMM I.ARi PER TEAR. A W eat r m Paper for Wrrtcni People. Print.-d Weekly on flue book paper; I#l pace*, carefully edited and illustrated. •Meat useful journal for fannera. ranrhmra and M.ck nrower*. It* pat.* are a)««)l filled with entertaining ami ln*lrueti«« original matter prepared by «**|»erlenee<| writer*. The moat inrmtful Ind. ■•trial pa|*e. r*er published lu tl.e IVefL Satopl* copiea MU) t (rm. A.1.1 re.# .FUXU Ajm PARN, iHutrr, tula A pamphlet nf *r, 1 »t>- 'B^* er',"' . o .tain I“*ter.tj.’t aTcat*. Tr*/: I Mftlhrb. Cop r rights. mmX /■ '■*. 361 Broadway. , -®T TK.DSES! *m H m "T J jE I TREKS fr.r \ »Mir U-r TREES for ymir Orclmnl. r l It EES f»*r your Tim Ur < laim. In fact wo have TRKES for any ]mr|e>so ; y*>ii may want them. AUSO ALL KINDS OF Ornamental Shrubbery, Evergreens and Vines. This Sto«*k ia of our own Gro'aiut' a Hays City, Kansas. Call on or midroMt, •I. R. KKKI>, General Western Accent, L.tmail Colorado. ALLEN &z. REED fefiD if fIKD KKP 4 ( Scjfrjg T&pigyV T«Dufi ‘ it- l°c-tc HEwp-DeAuirp'- HARD HITTERS. Irrigutingt-litivrls. (itihl llil-lwnl ]5 quire# 5 ft> uot* jttqa-r l irau> | $ I Irnvy Jt'an puits,seat seams rmlershirt.itinDlrawersilfur I< w 1 re-eilforrtsl with leather,. 1 Imitation wool #hirt# ... r.n. Half wool heavy weight pant, j Dr. Warner'# corset#.... «'•" <'ignr*, p»al smoker#, full Ueiiniue hiiekskin gloves. . ir, j #ixe. |ier hun.lred, j Aiq.lowood pipes... 10 I’erfonitcvl rhairseats, 2for,. Briarwtx.Nl pi|-- 13 •! -| I* llireatl, warranltal.. One I»uiml of gc»al taking |*oriler for to cent #, tint! vi e giv# , choice of ■ ! her l- ir- l-iirk'.- so.-qi. o quire# note (taper, et of ■#!:*.## dishes. or -itv. r sugar shell or Imlter knife or 1 o ;,. a ,| |„ neil- to hinvl the bargain. At FRYBARCER’S CARLTON, CCI zeonsr toist MEAT MARKET, as oitsii \ u: a i:y i:ui:it. Headquarters for Fr-*sh Meat of all Kind;-. All 01.1.-r- f..l Mi-St fIOIII . Do-Unio . -ill life. IV- 1*10...|-t An-..•« I.AMAI!, t OI.OIIADO. D. C. MARKER, CONTRATOR and BUILDER. DKAI.KR IN Furniture, Carpets, and UNDERTAKING GOODS. IN IRONCLAD RUII.DINO. St)l'T!l M UN STRKB D. E. Cooper & Co, Land Attorney, Pension Claims, Loans and insurance Will Practice Before U. S. Land CS:e and Pros cot PENSION CLAIMS ROOM ONE U. C. LAND OFFICE BLOCt JOHN HESS, —SOLE ACJKNT • PHILIP BEST’S • 3VE i 1 -vst si/ulIs: e e Beer sA.I_.I_, TRIR-ATC DF OF' Kentucky Liquors and Key West Cigars East Main Street, - - Lamar, Colcrmlo tTK/.OQTTAWTCD WITII TTTT C.r-CP r FHT or TK£ CPtTtrmT. tv TZ.I. CBTAn, ' ’■ - r - THE CHICAGO, ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY, l klf sa, r £ n,nct X !e an<l extension* Euat and West of the Dl rect Route to and from Cfclcogo. Jollot, Ottawa, **£"=* * Blu nd. In II LINOIS- Davenport, Muscntin.-. n ° a Mo! no*, Win terse t, Audubon. Harlan and Council *P d 8t Pkul - in MINNESOTA- WstortoffO KOTA—Caruoron, st. Joseph and Kansas City, in it DRI ~^ , 4 I . a • p «Drbury and Nt-lson, in NKBTTA3KA Horton, T opvßX 11 c .n Abilene, Caldwell m Kansas- Pond Crr**. rninr^L^ n|rt,, J ,er l.r i R®no. in tho TROIAN TKtiKITOKY-and Denver. £?d tESZrKEZSZ' £ u ?.f lo ’ ‘ n PURE Roolinlng Chair Cars to Chicago, Caldwell, Hutchinson and liudgo City, and Palace Sleep; v^t t^\i>^r'rt P r^»^ , r ChlcaKO, W ,chlta rtnfl Hutchinson. Ira varies new and ; lands, affording the best ToclhUo* of una , cltJe * « aat and west, northwest and I southwest or Chicago, and PaeWc and tranu-ocoanic Seaports. MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS, , Au£lP l^ t, iV >rs *n splendor of equipment, warmed by steam ft*®™ Pullman and ft ' ee oa » dust. Through Coached. ?P d Dining Cora daily between Chicago. Des Moin- “. cZSrrinf^f.fe 1 '! 1 ' uh Pr,! ° R««Unlng Chair Cars between Chi <'uV AnJ? TvfJVXgf- Colonwlo Springs and Pueblo, via St. Joseph, or Kansas lT )ing Hotel- (furnishing meals at seasonably OF Uf iu-ro°, rt ?o* er '< California Kxouralons daily, with CHOIcP S 2 Si ait Lake. Opden, Portland. Ix>s Abgeles and Sa» ol tl f Oorit, S*** 1 E 9 T , DINK to ami from Plke u Peak, Manttou. OordeA if CouyiiVT “ mlnß Camp#, Samtarluma. anJ Stenlo VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE, u'.'ii! 1 -rit fion? Tt r n 1 n v l v 1 y batwooti Chirsfo and MlnnoapolU and Bt. Taut. f- CholrCars IFREEI to and fromtltoo* point# and “smjl l’aiS h C?“f, h C f f l ' CuelSji Slanpar between poorla, Spirit l#* o town sYo.,Vi&i J dland - Tl,e p «*vorlto L,lno to Pipestone, Wawr- OroubS of th^ J Nor?hwoS e faummor la+!4orUs Hunting and FUhlntf tra™ ?^f EOA fi Nt ? KANKiKEE o«lsr» nwllltiaa w Jc#«,dh A t -Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Uttarctto, and Coumll Utuns. b fc FSr Tl-f V' 1 r1 h ' Kansas City. Mlnniapolls and St Paul- . lick« Office'?i l^ o P^^£L'i i e BtaK^?rci^^Sr‘ t iSdreL P,, •““ , E- ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN, moral JUns*sr. CHICAGO, ILL. Oao’l Titkot A P=M. A«cat