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LEE & BUNTING, Props.
I. N. BUNTING. Editor and Manager
HAGGOTT ACTING GOVERNOR.
Denver. April 17. —At 10:30 lust
night when Gov. Peabody crossed the
state line into Nebraska. Lieuteuaut
Governor Warren A. Haggott became
acting governor of the state of Colora
do. Mr. Haggott did not assume the
office until 0 o’clock this morning.
His first official duty was to sign some
land leases which had been granted
by the land board several days ago,
Gov. Haggott approved the bond of
W. A. Platt, new commissioner of
printing. The appointment of a dozen
notaries public and the signing of a
requisition completed the tirst day’s
labor. Gov. Peabody will return May
COLORED LADIES ANGRY.
Denver. April 17. —The Colored
Woman’s League of Denver has adopt
ed the following resolution severely
censuring General Baldwin for his al
leged statements regarding Filipino
and negro soldiers. The resolution
is as foollws:
“Resolved that we as citizens of
Colorado , where ft his monster is to
be in commaud, do|uppeal to the pres
ident of the UnitedJStaets through the
secretary of war that Gen. Baldwin be
reprimanded for his unsoldicrly re
marks and as being a disgrace to the
CONEY ISLAND DESOLATE.
New York, the battered and wind
swept, Coney Isluud presents a picture
of desolation. The beach is strewn
with driftwood, and debris and cel
lars in the low’ lying parts of the is
land are filled with water and the
overflow of sewerage. Gangs of la
borers are busy repairing the damage
to the bulkheads in front of the Brigh
ton Beach hotel and the old concourse.
At Brighton Beach the waves rose as
high as twenty feet.
Mrs. D. Nelson will leave tomor
row for Santa Clara, California, with
her family. She goes to be with her
daughter Mabel, who is there for her
I A. N. BUCKLIN |
General Hardware |
5 Many years of honorable business deal- Is.
Iti ing has won our store an enviable repu- 8j
tation for square methods. Everything
kept in a first class hardware store can
|sj be found here. 8
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Colorado Springs, April 17. —Accord-
ing to the contents of the complaints
. filed against Harry I. Stratton in the
district court here today, by Joseph
P. Donovan, the latter was to receive
10 per cent of the sum received by
Stratton by virtue of the recent con
test over the will of the late W. S.
Stratton, directly or indirectly, or by
any settlement or compromise that
might be effected. The complaint
savs that this was the recompense the
plaintiff was to receive for helping to
arrange and prepare testimony for use
in the case. He calims $35,000.
Frank Halloek. who was killed afc-
Idaho Springs, a few days ago, by a
man named Rowse, for insulting the
latter’s wife, was a Salida man and
well known to many persons here.
The family in Salida is highly re
The I. O. O. F. and the Rebekah
lodges will jointly hold their memo
rial services at the Christian church,
at 2:80 Sunday afternoon, April 26tli.
1 Rev. Mr. Knight will preach the ser
mon. There will bo good music.
The public is invited to attend.
’ One of the best novelties of the sea-
sou is what the management has to
say of Zig Zag Alley, the new pan
tomimic comedy which comes to the
Park opera house, Wednesday April
22nd. It is described as a big, merry,
whirling wheel of fun with no limit
of trick scenery, pantomimic work,
novel scenic and mechanical effects,
1 pretty musical numbers and eutertain
-3 ing specialties.
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Manager Haskell has secured for the
* Park opera house the Zeb aud Zarrow
‘ troupe which is presenting a new farce
- comedy called Zig Zag Alley. This
‘ company which numbers 35 people has
- been one of the big successes in the
east and is now eu route to the Pa
* cifio coast. The play is said to be a
combination of pantomime, musical
comedy and broad farce. Numerous
* specialties are introduced and the
1 whole is highly recommended tor its
r good taste. A chorus of pretty girls
r in original musical numbers is a fea
H. E. Lop as is home from Denver.
House cleaning is all the rage now
Norman Ault has been ill the past
Joseph Brown will remove from
Mesa to this city next week.
Samuel N. Keep, formerly driver
for Dr. Bull, has gone to Denver.
Another civil service examination
tafejes place in this city next Tuesday.
Howard Fletcher who was ill for a
week is attending to his duties again.
Rev. J. M. P. Martin w’ill preach
at the Bull creek school house tomor
The Indians are playing the town
boys on the ball grounds east on the
Plasterers are being offered $5 for
eight hours work hi this city at the
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Friedman are
the proud parents of a baby girl, born
Born —To Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Sumpliner at noon today, a little
Patrick Grady an old time railroader
is down from Glen wood looking after
his interests here.
The Rev. Mr. Bigelow W’ill lecture
on Socialism in the court house to
morrow night at 8 o’clock.
J. A. Lyons, who has been super
intending the work on his valuable
ranch near Palisade, returned to the
A number of the exponents of the
Mormon faith arrived in the city the
past week and will have headquarters
here for the summer.
Photographs have been taken of the
prisoners in the county jail, and cop
ies of them sent to various cities to
try and identify the men.
Dr. Mary Gill Hunter lias purchas
ed the Mayo home, corner of 4tli and
Grand, The purchase price, includ
ing some furniture, was $6,000.
W. J. Stull, who has worked at the
various printing offices in this city
for the last few years, leaves for Den
ver in the morning to make it his ]>er
Young Corbett and his all star com
pany will apjiear in this city the ear
ly nart of MaV, and play an engage
ment at the Park opera house, so it is
stated, provided a permit can secured
from Deputy Sheriff Smith.
Rex Graham, cashier of the Bank
of Deßeque, and formerly with the
Mesa county bank of this city, has
been honored by the people of the
town of Deßeque, by having the hon
or of town trustee thrust ui>ou him.
The Durango Democrat, Dave Day’s
paper has abandoned the party publi
cation and hereafter will be an inde
pendent on all political lines, it hav
ing been such in every other sense for
many years. Day takes the position
because he says there is no honor in
L. B. C. Kirkendall. a well known
citizen of the Plateau country, was
injured while in Ohio on a visit. The
accident occurred about ten days ago.
He was riding in a caboose, when the
caboose was struck by another train
and Mr. Kirkendall was one of the in
jured, although not dangerously.
The Plateau Valley Stockman ad
vocates a Harvest Home Festival for
that valley this fall. It says, and
rightly so. that no section of the state
is any more prosperous than the Plat
eau valley and that it should celebrate
in some such festival. The Sentinel
hopes that the people there may take
the Stockman’B advice.
There are no new developments in
the sate blowing cases. The men keep
t Heir mouths closed tighter than
clams and nothing can be elicited from
them whatever. No further clues
have been run down and the mau and
woman with the pug dog are still as
mysterious as they were at the begin
ning of the case. The sheriff’s office
is holding the suspeets whom they
have in jail, waiting further develop
Tlie ditch workers look like a small
army when they shoulder their shovels
in the morning and line up two
abreast, to go to the vaious parts of
the city to clean out the ditches.
There ought to be a general clean up
of alleys and ffreets, as well as vacant
lots this spring. It w’ould be a good
plan for the city to order this working
force to clear out the greasewood
from the vacant lots, and charge it up
against the property owners if they
refuse to see that it is done.
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[OUR CLAIM 1
Is that we have the Cleanest,
Best and most up to date
grocery in the city. Our good*
are always fresh, well kept,
and sold cheap. Try our meat*.
LEE & SON. 1
I W. D. DAVIES, The Paint Man.
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Largest and most complete stock oi
1 WALL PAPER, PAINTS AND GLASS IN THE CITY.
;rWe Paint Everything A Specialty
Mcßrayer Sour Mash, We handle nothing but I
Guckenheimer Rye. Straight Whiskies. \
Shipped direct from D. S. Bended Warehouses. ‘
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