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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
VOLUME IX. A. T. & S. F. Toe C«o. Dailr Lamar, ('ofemhk Daily. \\K>T BoOXB. Ka*T s,. s . 111a.m. No. « H»a.iE. No, J .. 144a. m. So. « - UMa m. No, T . «I2p»«B. So. * 12 »p. m. No. 4J Frift I 17 p. in. So. 44 K ret 9 30 a. m. No*, i aaJ i in Ummah train*. W. K. Caus. l***nt. O. C. GOODALE. Attorney and Counselor at Law I.auar. Colorado. First National Bona ButldlnK. DR.- J S. HASTY, —oar*— • Throe Doors South of Post OfTlco, ».\MUt. • • counts PO. O. *V\ BBDBLiL, Phvsician and Surge:n, OSm apatair* iae"«4 wwlb of lit* .Float Natiuoai liaak.J Lvm. C UUM TRCSTKK’H SALK. nritEKK V 9. -<it»art O »l«*wry *1 I by Li■* c**v- Vi . , I—l .r tr-. •. -Uvi Al iy l.t. t.i*. I* * WMimordr.i.« May Lin. l>■ i-** . < • .1 iIU « 74 uf lit* w >r*l* in lit* atto-o/tiierlerk a j r»-A-»Mr\i»r uf pmaij. In Um nai* of I «MiTv| to h t an k a. .ttkm>. a* irttatxo. an ii u raw u# fan limtii. munatiou «•* rrfu*»l t<> art um u» ib* tik» W-r»**jtA -'l kudk hmviS •>f i‘*»«tT* NMDtf, in Id* «t«lro( I oiutaiin. a* -uccwmi in uu»i. U*» foilowtajr do KftWi property. in *ald Two rf eotMif. am Um nama* of c«4»*rad«. !<► «,t rit- nnriiMMiii >tnanrr < « - lH'Ct} -«l 1 ‘.aM> ia b«*u.:i]|'Bnmhlfll Kraiiiw till mwUi «n uaw numbered forty tt; *> a.~»i of Um **atii principal inmdiin. .j urlrf tH| «f lb* BOrtbra*! |U*ftrr • % •«d >aid iJS . uriu ima »nh »atd land nNi paoi perpetual aai*r nalit fur two aa-i . . eight iiami IwmiiimlUw <S v-i-* cmlm* furl ■i « nK|«r tmodof tiam ia tb* A#i»au**» Ku*r i _*r.d. Swrmir ami ( auai I ««mp*n>* ditrh b*- usg tia «*l*r nabl to *ald land which said <>-•••- »i .anra wa» map in Irani to tmir* I.iilk ot.lri Of lit* Lombard Intwiaml l uaijaui lit* pay mt+a% ..f Hi* Mid in mart O. lin.i) • .m* certain |i mate, of *<m «l»i* with mj4 dwi of At. for ib* principal »ura of lifi**n unwind *i o.i.iPi ibdlan, du* ami p*lt ibj* May la. li#b. •db rnirnnl Ihrnwa fn«n limdii* iL'fmf un til maturity a* atm rain «»f •»* |*r rwti |« at»- vro. iui*nr*t |wayaide scan-annually on lit* first •laya of May and > r ufrarii )Mr. i I s. i. J *; u.,t« iod of nett d*lr Ihrn-wiUi, ami with latervwt on »aid pnantai n»i* a/imUmniuiiti i. tiv rata of tarn per cwit par annum, payable •«*.<, i annually; amt tt b r*a*. taid d««.i «>f trwd ymtidr* that in n.e .»f ibdanii in the payment «»f tud note, «»r a.iy |«n tlmtviif. or in mi* drlauii be luailo in tfc- [aymml of utl*r**t on Mid note anrif'lmit t» taw- Conor ami effect tb*mrf. ami *tu*h irfiull continue fur a leruxl of thirty daj*. tii*» at lb* «a;.- ..u ■>( the l«s*l hr»M**r of aahl not*, tli* a .. of Mid imhdKmlm-.* mar »* oura become due «nd amt the Uu*w* abail, upon the • iirausm of the legal bolder of laid u <■ . ami dupar of the above diwnled profwrty, at public auction, in the luiam'f in *-.ud deed of trod <b*cni»Mi »reference to which i» iterebj it-.*Ac for (n-aler certainly i. for lb* >'i paying said prLocipal ante and all interest dn* r • r-,.0 up to the tint** oi >il*. together with the «iM* t»f rucDtouc tiu» triut; ami U herv-a*. default haa !»t« n ode ia the pay roeat of ib* interest which fell due «»o *aid note November (aft. l-M. May Ist. P*C. November Ist. IsOI, ami M .» I*l- InWi, ami *nch default* kan rouunaed for more than thirty daj* ami still r.'iti’nu* and by reniNin therctf tile preseiit le ft ilholder ami owner of *ai«i uote ha* *t*rei.M*<l hi* option ami ha* elect**! to hokl and ha* de clared the whole of said principal Did* and in i*r**i ib*r*ua to the time of »ale «lue and paja 1., • tad ha* tequoeted the trustee to make sale of Mid I !vmi*ra for lb* i»ua«»ee* aforesaid; and W|j aaid Frank h. Atkin* ha* nwian.Ml a- trim tee. and refuse* to act a* roch. whereby in ix.deniencd J«*hn if. Hacerntan. actimr tb*riff of Mid Tn>»vr» count), bn* become and >* ►ucce*M*or iu tru*t. Now l iiKEKKOKK. Notice L* hereby civen that 1 tb*. iniib'r*ti:ue»l John IJ. lUip-rwan, actiin: *h« riff of Tni«*r* county, in tlte *tate of ( olo rado, *ucc«.’»MMir in 1 ru*t. at the re<|t»e*t of the potent hstal holder and owner of *aid nob-, and under and by virtue of the fmww and authority in m*- tcMcd by the term* of »aid dmi of tru»t will W.stm-e.lay, the |7tJi day «»f Octob<*r. A. 1». 15.»4. at llie hour **f <»n«- o'clock, in the after rtoon of *aid day. cell the above d<>*eril«ed proi erty and nil the right, title benefit and equity «»f n*lemi>tion «»f the »ai«l Stuart O. Henry hi* heiia and DMiyiw therein, at public auction for the higheitt and be*t i.rice the *ame will bring in each, at the front tl<»or of the court Itoiwe. in the town of Lamar, In the county i»f Prowers and *tat«> «»f Colorado, for the purpoae of paying ►aid principal note, all talwoiw due thereon up to tlic time f*f nab* and all oat» and «p*u**» «»f ••xecutiiig tlii* trust. Hated Lamar, t 'olo., September 15th. Joint tj. Haoshmaw. Acting Sh'-rifF of Prow.-n-county,Colorado.Suc c« - -.it in Truat and new Trustee. LAMAR. PROWERS COUNTY. COLORADO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1894. AS iN YOUTH Ayer’s Hair Vigor . CORDIALLYJNDORSED. ft* A RESTORES •>! Natural Growth or TIIK HAIR Jyfei —WHEN - V V au oth * b ii_ D ;r o © f,*r the hair. When I bffan usln* Ayer’s 0 Hair Vl* -r. all lb*? fr>‘nt jort «>f my hea<l o —•boat half of u —«**-* tali. Tta «m © ■ ■aUs* restored ;* Mtanl 0 [row'h. whleh still continues as In my o j Mill i Mai Mmnl altar dturtap © but th y all fat!--*!. Ay«V** Hair VTfOC 0 i c Conirrrw, Texas. © Ayer'S Hair Vigor! mir.rarch nr ® Dr. J. C. AYER & CO.. LOWELL MASS, g £0 3 OCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO° W. J. JOHNSTON. T.ie Largest Stock of CLOTHING, SHOES and DRY GOODS Between Pueblo and Hutchison, Kansas, at W. J. JOHNSTON. I|£FENaNG Cemetery, Lawn. Poultry and Rabbit Fencing. niOI'SAMtS OF MILKS J> USE. CATALOGUE FKKK. FKEIGHT PAID. THE McMULIEN WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO.. U 4, 116, 118 and 120 N. Harkat St.. Ch*a*o, ZIL The Springfied Convention. The Prowers county delegation ar rived at Springfield last Friday even ing and found a delegation there from Kiowa county, not elected by the Kiowa republicans, but appointed by Funderbnrg himself. There was also a delegation of representative Kiowa republicans protesting against his nomination. Our delegation called attention to Funderburg’s disgraceful record in the last legislature, and his attempt to ruin the farmers of this county. They offered to support a republi can from either Kiowa or Baca coun ties, but refused to have anything to do with a mongrel like Funderbnrg. Their overtures being rejectee! they returned homo without attending the con vent ion. As far as Prowers coun ty republicans are concerned the question of representative is still open. The many Prowers county friends of Lorenzo Jones will be interested in the following item taken from the Leader published at Unionville, Mo.: "Three new attorneys were admit ted to the bar by the circuit court this week and nil reside in Unionville. They are L P. Roberts, Lorenzo Jones and Ed Wickles. They are all good men and now have their "shin gles” out for client*.” If Ijorenzo does not make a suc cess of his new profession wo will miss our guess. A committee of north side farmers from the east end of the canal went up the canal last week to see if they were getting fair play in the matter of water. They were J. O. Stream. F. H. Hosacrans and John Garvin. They found that since July 23 the first division has had water 33 days and the second division for 30 days, while the east end has only had it for 2 days. They ‘rounded up’ the receiver over the injustice, which he admitted, and since then he has al io wed them a little water. Justice seems to come very slow, but Prow ers county will yet force a fair deal. Populist Judicial Convention. At ') o’clock Wednesday morning the judicial convention met in the Royal. A dozen corporation lawyers bad been in session with the delegates in the hotel rotundas, on the curb stones and everywhere. It was evi dent that a gigantic scheme was be ing put up. The air was so thick with mystery you conhl cut it with a knife. Against the protests of the majority an informal ballot was taken. Then the scheme showed tip. A Mr. Blodgett, of Lamar, had been kept under cover as a dark horse. A reg ular ballot was taken and ». S. VY al lace was nominated. For district at torney A. F. Hollenbeck, of Trinidad, was nominated by acclamation. —Las Animas Populist. NUMBER 15. OUR NEXT STATE OFFICERS. The Republicans Name the Men who will Restore Order. A Ticket Composed of Conscien tious, Reliable Citizens, Men who will eive us Good Gov ernment in Place of Anarchy and Cor ruption. The republican state convention was called to order by Chairman Howbert last Wednesday morning, nearly one thousand delegates be sides an immense throng of enthusi astic voters of both sexes. Hon. James W. McCreerv, of Greeley, was chosen temporary chairman. There was but one contesting delegation, that from Bent county, so the labor of the credentials committee was light. The convention went to work with a will, and nominated the fol lowing ticket: For Judge of the Supremo Court Judge J. M. Campbell, of Colorado Springs, was nominated by acclama tion. For Governor Hon. A. W. Mclntire, of Alamosa, was the unanimous choice of the convention. Jud L. Brush, of Greeley, was nominated by acclamation for Lieu tenant-Governor. A. B. McGafTey, of Denver, was the unanimous choice for Secretary of State. For Treasurer the first ballot re sulted in the nomination of H. E. Mulnix, of Trinidad. The convention then adjourned until 9 o’clock Thursday morning, when the ticket was completed as follows: For Auditor the first ballot result ed in the nomination of C. C. Parks, of Glenwood Springs. The first ballot for Attorney-Gen eral nominated Byron L. Carr, of Longmont. Mrs. A. J. Peavey, of Denver, was nominated tor Superintendent of Public Instruction by acclamation. For Regents of the State Univer sity C. M. Giffen, of Boulder, and W. R. Dudley, of Denver, were nomi nated. A platform was adopted in favor of free coinage at the ratio of 10 to 1, denouncing anarchy and popism and indorsing Teller and Wolcott, the re election of the latter being demanded. DR. I. S. BRYANT, DENTIST, wiT visit Lamar Sept. 24 and remain four days. Q Best Cough ttoodl Pae 3 «I fi IdidM rßy