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ELK MOUNTAIN PILOT.
I 1111 ' " Irwin, Gunnison Co., Colorado. **■' ■ ' ■ -j—- No' bantu corns axnsros postal cards. Sg-tbe rate* for focal nolle** will be twenty-Hr* •Hk a til* for the tint Insertion end fifteen cento e See tor each —twqeent fauction, end from Utme retee «• «1U not deviate. '* ' 1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 26. For htfudsome job work, visit the ■ PiLoyoffice, t Quite a number of capitalists were j in town last week. j Gen. Grant received a grand ova tion at Denver, oq the 1 7th inst. Adelaide Neilson suddenly died at the Continental Hotel, London, on |he 16th inst. Eighth street looms up as a resi dence street. Quite a number of neat little cottages are occupid by families, anp many others’are’in course of erec tion. ————- > # 6 • Mr. Jim Lewis, well known in the Gunnison country, has presented us with some handsome crystals. Thanks, Jim. Golden (Colo.,) Globe: Grass hoppers are said to be hatching out in large quantities in the mountains, and will soon sweep down on our dis heartened farmers. - • ♦ • ■ —■» An explosion of i,coo pounds of powder, in the D. & S. V. depot, at Red Hill, this state, destroyed the en tire town, on the 14th inst. Charles Hilton was killed and several others wounded. W. H. Beale, of Twin Lakes, a brother-in-law of the murdered Edge leys, was in Irwin last Saturday. In .company with Mr. Feller, one*of the discoverers of the dead men, he went to the spot where they were buried, I for the purpose of exhuming the bodies for identification. Longmont (Colo.,) Press: ’^Grass-1 hoppers have made their appearance j in several places. We are told that Mr. Wyman, a farmer south of Left Hand, has had his oat and corn crop seriously injured. There may |be a few in other places, but we do not ap prelicnd’a generaljvisitation. Messrs. Harold Thompson and Ersck Winters..are erecting a two story business house on Tenth street, adjoining the residencejof L. L. Hard ing. The size of the building will Be >2x3o, with a fine finished front. The lower story is for a store room while the upper story will be di vided into small compartments for offices and bed rooms. At’the annual conference’of the M. E. Church of Colorado, recently held in Denver, the Rev. Earl Cranston w* appointed presiding elder for the Southern District, in which is Irwin. Rev. L. A. Winsor Has appointed minister for Irwin and Crested Butte; Rev. G. B. Armstrong, was appointed for Pitkin ; Rev. J. Wallace for Gothic and Rock Creek; J. 11. Scott, Gunni son City. * s Messrs. Woods iviHighwarden, the pioneer tonsorial artists, have added to their' establishment four large and nicely fitted up bath rooms. Now boys, there is no excuse for you to re tort to an ordinary wash tub, or go to the lake to take your daily ablution, but visitYhe above gentlemen, where you willjfind all the conveniences that are requisite to a first-class hot and told hath. A natural ice-house is one of the curiosities of northern New Jersey. It lies behind Blue Mountain. The ice goirge is several hundred yards in ex tent", tfcn to thirty feet deep, with eaves and clefts in the rocks where the ice lies. The shade at the gorge is very dense, the sun apparently never pene trating it. The bottom of the gorge and the little eaves and crevices are filled with ice. Bishop Spaulding, Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal diocese of Colo rado, paid our town a brief visit last week, arriving last Thursday, held divine service in the evening and on Friday morning left for Crested Butte. He was very much pleieed with our section of the country, although he came in npan us unexpectedly, yet as soon as it became known that the ■ Bishop war, in town, piqjgiations were made, aqd quite a greelstf hfm . J. E, McIXTIBE,. Fontlr Axi»o«M, Colo. *. A. J: BEAN, Gunnieon, Colo BEAN, ? FORWARDERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN HAY, GRAN AND FLOUR. GOODS FORWARDED PROMPTLY ASTD CJLRKFTJLLY. 2STOW OZPZEUsTI i i I ■MMNSMMMMSninMI j The Irwin Square Dealing 1 j CLOTHING STORE! D. MAY & CO., Branch of Largest Clothing House in Colorado. Jr i ' u • wish to say to the public and mipeys of this camp, that we have r >r .. ■ * moved to our new store, and are here to stay with you and this town perma nently, for the purpose of supplying the community with a complete line of CLOTHING, GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS Doots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, BLANKETS,COMFORTERS And a full and complete line of HVCIXTIER/S’ C3OODS. Our great facilities of buying direct from first hands and for three of the largest stores in Colorado, wc are enabled to offer you better inducements than any store in the Gunnison district. Give us a trial when in need of anything in our line, and we guarantee you fttfofection—a square deal—and the. largest stock in the town to select from. p v A MA V A CO. A.E. BARTLETT & CO., BBAXiBRS GROCERIES, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, Furnishing Goods, .. QUEENSWARE, CUTLERY, ETC. arixxtla. at., Bet. 33 and 33 Avea., lie/WIXT, - , - COLORADO. BRWHBWNTTVPIAN9 $340.00 Nl*uo Upright Parlor Organ, • Octavo#, IS Stops, t Knoa SwaUs, for §BO '.T WTr.A'y't l V- ; v - > .Vr Reeds. Thirteen 113] 0)*oll»n;a)Vox V Vlolina; Humana; (7) Principal; (Si Hautboy: <») DjZo v <t<s) traicct Jfiiv foumn Grand Orgnn; <l!)lfM cinal Forte; (13 i Flftte.f 9pS* P ’MIIWIWiM Five Octave*. Cpripl.t gßaafl BcUo**, with immense, s rsiaiss, ■HUMV notlnuw. Beatty's Im- New ExceWor B Grand Oman Knee Magnificent ■ hMUy OnUiedEUrk Walnot Cw, and l> rant French Veneered ranch- All late Im prove menu. Weight, I ' ‘-anfcHi, 1 1 1 1 »hen l-oird, 30* lbs. ■’ It contains Beatty's new tfsfli 91 fESSSk Vut Cc’.-rte Stop which ; to by lar tlie ir.veetert ; JgUßm. rron perfect that has ever bean attainnl. -‘2 Charming I to the uul rawl ndamatlaa of critics lover* «w* mn<dc 1m vo be&nl thbewnhinaf on Tho man Innt of tegaasasa pKchsior Knee Swell, from the araio bring ! performed by a prefee ripnaL h Inimitable. Sx.'isvra? dratkt by the Mow. - ~ v; ?> /.- 1 -O' fe-B . *340.00 "sSauq 1 ! 'j J.PJENBAM 4 C.B. ROBERTS, I Embalmers and \ Undertakers. METALIC AND PLAIN CASH, COFFINS, Ac. Contractors and Busldcrs. I3WI3ST, - - COLO. BANK OF GUNNISON. Sam. A. Gill, E. P. Jacobson, Cashier. Vice-President H. A. W. Tabor, President. HOURS: © JL. M. TO 4 P. M. Do • General Banking and Collect ion Buiin«a Bn; and Sell Exchange on all parti of the United Statee and lnro|o. 2-jnneM I W. A. Eckerly. Geo. Schmazried. WM. A. ECKERLY & CO., SAW MILL, AND 0 SHINGLES BIST NATIVE LUMBER ind SHINGLES Furnished on short notice at Lowest Rates. Saw Mill Situated about one mile below Irwin on the Crested Butte road ytf I J. 11. llavron, BUILBEE JIJSTJD Contractor Estimates Made ON ALL KINDS OF WORK. OFFICE Elk Mountain Hotel, Opp. Postoffice. Irwin, Colo. 4tf Crested Butte & Ruby Hack Will run daily, leaving Crested Butte at 8 a. m., and arriv ing at Irwin 11 a. m. and leaving at a p. m. j j Connecting with Stage for Gunnison. PAINS TAKEN WITH EXPRESS AND PACKAGES. Office at Blakey’s, for Irwin ; Ruby Ave. Hotel for Haverly, &: Forest Queen Hotel for the Buttes. STEARNS & BOWMAN. JAS. A. rBESTON. W. 0. VERRY. PRESTON & VERRY, IST ew s Depot! PF.ALEU IX MILLTXISUY AND Fancy Dry Goods. STATIONERY, CONFECTIONERY, TOBAOCC, Cl GARS AND NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS. t Main St., Opp. Bank. - COLO. Gro as You Please Hut don' t forget that the only exclusive WINE, LIQUOR & CIGAR HOUSE IN IRVIN, IS THAT JOB BKLIG, (IN NINTH STREET; BELOW BOBTOtTIUIi. Our goods having been bought direct from the Vineyards, Distilleries and Manufactures, enables us to sell very close. v ' Out J\fotto: ii lit (tod we trust — dill others cure expected to pay cash.” JOE SJ3LIG. The Pioneer Restaurant. Created Butte. A. BYBNB, PBOPX Board and Lodging. Firet-cIM aeocwModations far man and heart. Cheapen! and hart in town. . ilwrolTarwer. Wines, Liquors, THE BEST BRANDS OF ClOAlfc. Ninth St,, Below * Postoffic*. Don't forgot tho old ; piourEEß I Bak»n, where yon can got a good drink of Willow Baa or McßjayerWhbky. ELK MiHNTAIN SALihjN, lEWI3ST. COLO. WHISKIES! , Wines, Brandies and Beer. iSTCigars a Specialty. IfiTGive us a Call. ••.CLUB BOOM ATTACHID.-K* BLAKEY & ROGERS, - PROPR’S. Now Jowelry Store. J.H.BIXBY, I Dealer la ' JEWELRY, WATCHES, Clocks, Violins, Guitars, Harps, Silver and Plated Ware, MINING glasses, BLOW PIPES, Compasses, Aamyera' and Miuera’ Supplies, Etc., Etc. Preston Ac Yerry’g, Main Bt., GUNNISON, CCL. tST Orders sent down by the stage : driver from Irwin, promptly attended to. 4tf M. OOPPINGER, 8 S. MKTZI.KR, President. Cashier BANKofIRWIk COPPINGER & METZLER, Irwin t Colorado. Transact a General Banking Business. BKFERKNCM. First National Rank, PeiiTer. First National Rank, Iloiildcr. Metropolitan National Rank, N. T. Rank of Kcievu City, Kaunas Oily, Mo. 6tf Rank of Holden, Holden, Missouri. KDWAKIJ SELLS & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO JAS. P. KELLY) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS Ef Dry Goods, * Boots and Shoes, Miners’ Supplies JINJD CLOTHING! o WB ARB BOW BKCEUMBO The Largest Stock of Goods Xrer brought to the Gnnnieou country, and ara prepared to furiiiah the good of Guuuieon and her adjacent j MINING CAMPS, With article* iu title line M EASTEB3ST PBICEB (Freight Added.) 0 SEX XU BEK THE PLACE, * KHIV'S OLD STAND OK MAIN ST. O-TJUITISOEr. j * Forwarding & Commission. starbakery; One -Block abort Post Office, Knife St OBaroy^Prop^ Fresh Bread, Cake% Pies, &c. , DAVY BROWN~ " Proprietor rf MEATMARKE'i AT THE OLD ST AMD, TEETH XT, i IfeWiXT. - - COLO 1 » . PRINTING!-' Wo are mw pngend to prtrt CARDS, 1 • to BILL HRADB, | LETTER HBADS, „ FINE BBYBLOM^ ■omaxAia, tuu CHBGK% cnrtnakrm, IKACARDH HtfunaU p ) i Denver & Sooth Jbkß.fi. TO—• LEADVILLE, KOKOMO, TEN MILE, GUNNISON VALLBTr BUENA VISTA, FAIRPLAY, ALMA, ; DUDLEY, ST. JOHN* HAMILTOFI BRECKINRIDGE MONTEZUMA, , MORRISON, SHORTEST and MOST DIREGT ROOT! all point* above. Thii road fawn throe A the Canon, and cmaif* the Kenooa# Kangc, attaining the highest dotation of auv railroad in North A DiWca—lo,ooo fecLaflbrdlng the tourict aad picasnre seeker the most delMMful and varied *>ua» tain scenery, and the beet hunTing and fishing groaada Less Staging and Better Time *tb&n m Any Other Route. * i : C. W. FISHER, A. A BPCBER, 1 Gcn'l Sup’A Cw'l Fr’t A Pm AgR THE OLD RELIABLI EMnMI&StJo GW.AILE-OJVL THE PIONEER ROUT* Between too Missonri i Mississippi Rivers t in Spit* of Oppetigoa It STILL THIS FAVORITE Willi tho traveling public who 1 vantages it aflonts for tho comfort anu piMrtma of its patrons. SMOOTH STEEL RAIL TRACK, ELEGANT DAY COACHES, RECLINING SEAT COACHES, , AND PULLMAN SUUCnBto O T* HIE O 3sr:x. Y HL ipr s Running Through Day Coach**, Ik . Seat Cara and Pullman SlMpafV^U CHICA 0-0 * • Day Coaches and Pullman Sleepers to TOPEDO Th eogb Day Coaches INDIANAPOLIS • and is—a. ALWAYJS ON. 1M The puhlie don't forget this and always Inks ton It ELIA RLE.” Jno. B. Carson, F. E. Morse, General Manager. Gcal Part. kot DBKrvnn 4 -—AND— • rio onAsrsa xt.iv, The oaly and art Short Mm to COLORADO SPRINGS^ MANITOU, PI'ERI/0, CANON, LKADVTLLR, KILTER CLim XL MONO, TRINIDAD, ALAMOSA, AND ALL rani K THE SAN Jt.U COIXTRI, SOITMM COLOHADO AND SEW MEXICO. Connecting at Pneblo with tiaina ou the A. T. A K ■ R'y for all points north, east and south. EXCURSION TICKETS On anle to Colorado Springe, Tete Pmb eel AiaMßt Equipment the leet, end ratte eelinr m Ike U««A For further information, apply to 6. K. AINNI.IK, G. r. A P. Ak'J, Heaver, Ctle 8. A. SHEPHERD, T’kt Ag't, Deurer, Coio. T. F. Brown, Statien A (eat, IVtfc BWyapeetr MMd Denver, Celo lisiirc IRWIN, oJb^eO. DEALERS IB ALL THE Daily and Weekly Nexftpapers, Blank Books, Stationery, Wall Paper And Cigars and Tobacco Pipes and Smokers’ Sundries ia every variety. We have THE HST 5 CENT OGAR IN THE STATE. St.,' Move the Bank.