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VOL. Ill—NO. 7.
J. W. Hl'Gl'S. * N. M A Jolt. J. W. Hugus ft Co., BANKERS, MEEKER. • - - COLORADO. TrauMd t (ipiwni lUiiWiii* llimlum,. Iltjrtirat prk** |mil<l fur Cuuiiljr Warrant*. lit irreat a110w..1 on Time Ih-iawua. Draft* drawn u«i Ea-t«rti ritlta mi<l Corrwa|MHt<lriila. Kouniat* Itrua.. N«w York; riml National lUuk. Omaha; Colorado Nallunal llniik, Ifeitwr; J. W. |fu*u* k Co., Itawllu*. Wyo. (alltrllas* f*r«M|tll| AllaudaS la. THE Glenwood National Glenwood Sprints, Colo. Capital, 8100,000 J JOHH L MclfEIL, President. J. 0. OSGOOD, Vice*President. 0. N. OREIO, Osthier. A Cnnnral Banking Business Transacted. ■••• r »• Uae •« Waiarakl. T.rwa. Amanita <>f nwn-tuuu an I It. tit I tuata n* opactfulljr a>4l.*ttnl. Hunttar-pruur uull for IS* am onto, ala I I»ii of ru.liwer*. - First National Bank or aLKXWWII) SPKINO*. Capital, - - - sioo,ooo J. J. IIoaSKMAM. .... PrraMmt. w it Hmui'i, . VitwCnakfeni. j ii iu. .. CSskler. A fiCfWl llankln* and I'ulMli* Uainrw iniMrid. Buy and cell r.ir*i,n et»4 DuoiraUe Kicbiniv. J. SI. THORNTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MEEKER. COLORADO. asci nu. REAL BBTAT* A CENT. Ranches Bought and Bold. I.«M M Bml Batata. MEEKER. - • COLORADO. yy as. turn, CIVIL ENGINEER. U. B. Deputy Land Burvsyor. COUNTY SUKVBYOK. srnn, No. • Perk Avenue. MEEKER. • - • COLORADO. j J. M Neerr, DENTISTi Mr* faretr Park A *»■■* aad Peertk Street, MEEKER. • • • COLORADO. JOHN T. MI'NATR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OI.KNWOOD SPRING*. - - - COLORADO. a aerial Alfeatlaa ta BetletM Ref are Uie V. t. Lanf OfNcr. J L. HeatlKt, ATTORNEY AT LAW. (Late Reftator U. 8. I*n<! Oflier.) ■peelal Altratlea niv.e an railed Matee Laud Mire Rualneua. GLBNWOuD SPRING*. . - . COLORADO. JOB. W. TAYLOR. BD. T. TAYLOR. 11. T. SALK. TAYLOR, SALE & TAYLOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OLBNWOOD SPRINGS, • • ♦ COLORADO. Bprrlal Allratlua to Tre»Vtmpilna and Irrigation Law*. 11 KNRY A. WILDILU'K, NOTARY AND CONVEYANCER, Herald Office, Meeker, W m':i T «7«i» ami THE MEEKER HERALD. The Anarchists Must Wang. Tin* Supreme Court uf Illinois have rendered their decision in the Chicago 1 Anarchist* cases, and lit effect the judg luent of the lower court is affirmed. a I new trial being deuied. and the seven men were sentenced to be hung ou No vember 11th. between u and I o’clock. 1 The opiniott was rendered hv Justice Magruder. in which he said: “In this ' cate the judgment of the court below is a (Tinned as to ull and to each and every one of the defendants. An opiuiou has 1 beeu prepared setting forth the reasons of the altlrinaliou of judgment. The . opiuiou is now handed to the clerk to be tiled.” Judge Slieldou announced that he concurred In the opinion of Jiulg* Ma gruder. and said: While 1 agree ill the opinion and also iu the geueral viewa of the court. 1 do not wish to be understood as holding that the record is free from errors, for I do uol think it is, i * IN* mem a—lsßHi #f. f J my opinion. ware of such a serious char ' acter as required a reversal of judg ' ineul.” Judge Mulkev express himself ' iu about the same strain. The judgment of the court was unan imous. The opiuiou was written by i Judge Magruder and is an able eaposi- j I lion of the luw and previous interprets ' 1 lions thereof by eminent jurists iu this i ' country, as well as the counts bearing ! ' upon the alleged and perhaps real | errors In this record. In bis work lie I J wan ably helped by each of the other six judges, who made him their spokesman, and through liuu expressed their unani mous decision. The opiuiou covers £J» pages of c losely-w ritten manuscript and : makes utiout M.uuu word*, j The Anarchists hsd no counsel at i Ottawa to represent them before the ' court as the decision was announced, ami no steps were taken iu tlielr behalf. I They have fifteen days to file a mol ion | ' for a re-hearing, and thirty da\n from i the clone of Uie term to file a petition iu j support thereof. Thin will not act as a stay of sentence, and they will have to! show very strong grounds before the' court would councut to issue a stay of execution. TUB COURT SCKXB. An Ottawa special to Uie Chicago News, dated the 14Ui. gives the court scene as follows: 1 Just before the opening of the court, everyone seemed to have a feeling that something was going to bap|wn. lie-. fore Uie I tour for Uie convening of the court Uie lawyers and reporters sreuied to have that feeling, and conversed wiUi each other in subdued foues. and a' deathly sUllneas prevailed (lie entire. building. A<* the justice* filed tuto Uie , ouuit IUUM llioy Tl" aiwl —»o— 4»*a»- | bed than ever. Justice Magruder hr-, gau the announcement of llie decision iu a nervous tone, but regained bln com- j pueure in a short lime. Ilia voice was, j clear and distinct until the order Using ' ' the death penally and dale was readied ’ when bis read lug became labored and bis voice bunkv.and bis manner allowed that it was with great emotion lie per formed the duty be bad been given to perform. AT TUB JAIL. It took only a short time to transmit the news by telegraph to Chicago. A tunikev who took Uie dispatch to .Spies lingered a moment to watch the ef fect it would have. 'Hie Anarchist editor took the message. glanced frown ingly at the turnkey and Uieu withdrew ■ to Uie darker end of the cell. In two minutes or so lie called gently to Uie old roan who nits outside Ids door an a death watch and asked him to band Uie tele- ‘ gram to Carsons. From him It went to I all the others. New*pa|irr reporters had been rigorously shut out from the condemned men. and all otmenralioun ( hml to be takeu from outside Uie cage atiout teu vards from the cell doors. It could lie seen that each of the con- j ■ detuned men made ostentaUoun efforts at coolness and bravado. They took neats at their cell doors, and read Uie newnpiipent and Innikn. smoked cigars, etc., Llugg. the liomli-maker. whistled. Their wive* and filends hml been with them for an hour during the morning, hut about thirty minutes before the • news came they were excluded and the I prisoners locked up each by himself. f 1 .Sheriff Matron hml remained away from the jail, and by his oidera during the I night Uie guards had liren doubled. In cluding the court bailiffs there were twenty of Uie Sheriff's men on duty, the ten turnkeys and guards that are ou regular duty at the jail and six police men. who patrolled the alleys oil the outside. Upon Captain Scliaak the pro tection of the jail develops. He pro fesses to experience no uneasiness from 1 any attempt to break into the Jail and says he has taken every precaution. loiter In the day Uie condemned An archists were allowed to take exercise in Uie covered jail-court and s|>eak to . their rriends who were admitted. The prisoners had agreed among themselves to talk to no one for publication, and all ! ' attempts to interview Uieni were reso ; lutelv resisted. At all the police sta -1 lions throughout the city a full force of . ‘ reserves were on dutv and were given to understand that they w*ould lie kept in the barracks till after Uie execution. 1 At intervals the men were made to fall j In and drill with rifles. AN APPEAL PUOBAIILK. I When Captain Hla?k (the Anarchists' senior counsel) was informed of the de | cinion. his face was a study. His under jaw dropped, his right hand went up to Ills forehead with a lightning-like jerk, and the Captain gxs|>ed. “is it possible —seven men to hang !” After n little he said: “The only remaining course j for us to pursue is to take the case to J , Uie United Stales Supiemo Court. I shall go immediately before the Su -1 ••••- rr • «'onrt nt Ottawa and ask for a MEEKER, COIjO., SATCHaY. NKITE.MHKK 24, ISS7. ! record for presentation to the Supreme Court at Washmgtou. Such proceed ing* are rare, hut I have no doubt of llie J Court’s decision on that point.” IIKUU MOST UAVKM. i The new sof the decisiou caused great : excitement utnoiig the New Vork An archists and Socialists, particularly , Herr Most who Itecaiue furious. He 1 lulled up hi* sleeve* and proceeded to j 1 write uu editorial addressed to the , workingmen of nil countries. It was a column and a half long, and written iu i hi* usual characteristic and violent Htyle. lie characterized the judges who made the decisiou as • Infamous aud blood-thirsty fools,” and llie jury as corrupt capitalists. He wished to see blood flow to sltow the people that they were the law aud could do aa they pleased. “ Workingmen.’’ says he. '‘will you peaceablv allow this to take place ? 'Hie cruel deed uf November 11 could workingmen must show their military strength; indignation mass meeting* must be held at one*) I and money raised to light the battle of justice and the salvation of Uie I maltyrs.” Most goes ou to demand a decision iu the cuse from the United I Slate* Supreme Court, aud sav* that ; ugil.ition meetings should he held all ! over the country tmlil the couil dare ' not declare the law roust it iilloual. Kd j llor Shevitch of the leader fiercely de nounces llie vemict. PitK** OPINIONS. The Arbeiter Zeituug. of which Spies was Uie editor, ill uiitiounring the deci sion says: “The Supreme C'ourl in Ottawa, the legal instrument of the cap italistic reign, ha* affirmed the out rageous verdict vliich decided that seven of our best comrades shall suffrr the death of martyrs for Uie cause of the Ini airing people, and that the eighth > ahull serve a fifteen year*' sentence iu I Uie penitentiary. We are. however, the adherents of Spies aud hi* comrades, and we will not cry out for revenge at i any inopportune time, but we will do everything thul remains to he done.” j The Inter-Ocean says: “It is now certain that in Illinois, at least, the civil force can proceed to the last ex* ( itvuiity in defense of those popular rights which were long threatened by 'an ignorant and drlmsed oligarchy of | alien*. The derision is sure to in j dueuce such Slate* a* have not already ' protected themselves liy statutes against ' conspiracy to make suitable law* for I the repression of the moat dangerous I crime of llie age. It is also to be Imped that the decision may (wove to lie llie ! j precursor ol a new or rattier a return to I tlM* itld o*i*m of lulls* iu mualssl . • cases. Society everywtoerw owea much , * to the Supteme Court of Illinois foe It* . I unanimous and well-considered opinion ,' In llie must important criminal rase f I upon which anv Court of Appeal has I ever given Judgment iu this country . It I aas a verdict iu a bleb llie plain and I patriotic sense of twelve men. fairly . representative of the citizen* of Ibis , country, united.” The Times lias the following : “Till* is the second and Dual decree of Justice l affirming the integrity of a righteous , law. and of the faithful execution of i that law and determining th.it Uie law which has lieen marie for Ihe protection : of society Is a wanting to the spirit of • modern hartMrhuu that proclaims war ■ against society under the k I mired i names of Socialism. Anarchism. Nihil- I ! Ism. etc. The effect of this execution i of Justice will Iw beneficially felt wher ever that barbarism has appeared." ' | Referring to the decision by the Su » prrme court In theAnarchlsta rases, the ' following is what the Mail says: “It 1 means that our Government which de -1 cided by advocates of obi systems as too • weak U» protect itself against secret plots . amt counterplot* threatening Its own > existence. Is able to cope with them as it we* with the armed reliellinn In 1901. It ' means that the law I*superior to licence. > It inenns to breed discontent as a bus iness Is dangerous. More than all and i 1 >etter. It menus that tills country , is still governed by American citizens. ' native <»r foreign-horn, who believe Iu its ' institution*, respect its laws and stand reaily to see that they arc enforced i under all circumstances." ‘| SATISFIED WITH TIIK VKIIDICT. Of all the persons interviewed by the ) Chicago press regarding the decision, 1 there are four who naturally have a 1 deeper Interest in the outcome of the ' celebrated trial than the millions of 5 readers ls»th In this and ot er countries. ' They are the widows of the officers who ' lost their lives at the Hay market riot 1 on that ill-fated night «»f May 4. Of the l seven men who died from injuries re ! ccived at the riot. four. John J. Ilarrett, ‘ Thomas Redden. Timothy Harm, and 5 Nels Vnnscn, were married. Inter* * views with the four women were pub * 11 shell, which show no sympathy on 1 their part with the movement for the 1 commutation of the death sentences. ' The statement ot Mrs. Redden faith ’ fully reflects the views of the oUier women. She says among other things: 1 “I am not an extremist in the matter of ' punishment, hut if the law is right and these condemned men come within its ' pale, they should Iw served as the Jtis | tices of the Supreme Court have de- j cided. The sufferings of my husband ) 1 at the County Hospital were such as IJ hope no oUier human beings will have to endure. If my husband hail killed | i an Anarchist. I venture to say that the wife of relations would have demanded i his blood. Tills, however. Ido not de sire. All I care to say is. ‘Let the law • take its course.’ ” i The Sovereign Grand of Odd reflows, which held its annual meeting at Denver last week was one of most * •’ «v tlvi» eil v ’* history. STOCK (???) NEWS. ST The fall calf Hi Hip is now hi pro- j grens. W | The NiUodlHß Will Mast gather- I ing beef in P*** l,i Aw «••innig » week. I,ll l ham ft. ■pb Havi head of v cattle chi They sold to | Owing to •<:. weather 1 in Uie early not what sea it iu Mrani. 8. K*n rieuiuiing and Howard ••! i->inted to appraise tIH ato( L 111 A>e M-t --tleiuent of •'* A. Wuu-r. AI Loyd. the 1.0 7. will ~ Stall for M-nday with a bunch L O 7. Klein and Hu g 7(10 AdSBBEVr IP Kumlay with about four boadß Nad of rattle Jim j will winter bis tk above Meeker, v Other partlas »i • name* we could i uot leant, ars lotr dad iu the hunch. «i Thera will bt f lowboy Tournay at f the Denver Expo lon. aud the man- ' agemeut bava DU > tl»e ar raugriuente fart ißiitertainuient ami * con vcuiciice of tb< i wl«»v roiiD-staiil*. - A number of pui> i if* altered, and no doubt ibis port of t piMiUou will be a * grand succnaa. The teudaocy du. «Utapa»t two or 1 three years, amouf ireedar* of what i* ' termed is to pay mare ' atientioii to ttte rdPag of homes that will answer all o dlaary requiiemeuts., from a form up Lnasurrlage I tome, and aiming UiiacteMcdtirastlem the Kugli*h and French coach lad carriage horse i* receiving oonsidart|la attention lately 'rise San Juan llospector says there , is In prtigraaa a«k *ld*d eluiigo In the , public taste and dutaaid for lieef, |s>tk , and multou. with bwslfat ami more lean. It bnol Wm lean Uuwd by |M*>r or scanty reading, but What kind of meat which is produced by breeding llie choicest dan of anlmll*. in the di rection of marbleised (meat burly streaked with alternate f 4 ami lean. j Howard Ran arrived 'lmuday from I>euvvr to look ovrr the White River I«and. Live tfloek ft IrrW' ith'ii com-. pany s stock and range. Mr. Iteu was well salisfl«l with Ur eotHlliou of the stoex and suouner range, bgt wo* dis appointed In thawlsler rasg*. which, after hearing ao nan> faforabia re ports riftcerning lb»- wmir. fell fsr lie low Ida expectations Mr. lire will re turn to Druvur In Ur sarly paK of next Tl* sent uaMte Hd£t)L Ja m stand > on MR street mrneinrv • around the liars > Hi a Rdoon liowlilf slssit opprtwaimi. » etc., but gore to Wi | quietly U» help » himself out of tl i Imle by devising practical ways an means to improve l bis condition, and < on puta bis |dan in o|«raUon. The oth r fellow. wlhi hasn't j 1 got anything to op« at* on hut Ids Jaw. always has a plan-jlo get aoinetidng f«>r i nothing. It will be Ltn. when bis plau Is figured uuL—Rogge Journal. In certain aactiqaa ««f the Northwest the raising of buflbluen ba* tiecomc a regular bus!nee*. Fartim iu Manitoba have been engaged In producing full bloods and cruaeet during the p >*t three or four years, ami report lia* it that the new venture giVM promise <>f iN-mg eminently suceeddul. It seem* that the wiki buffak* is unsily domestleatetl, and It has been found that the crosses make a very valuable cattle; a* they are very hardy ami viguroti* in constitution, they are easily kept. An establishment has recently been started In Kansas for raising buffalo. CTolnnel W. 11. Cook* of tho White River Land ds Cattle conipuuv. star t«-l for Rawlins in the earlv part «>f the wsek with tlia largest lieef drive tlmt lias ever been taken out of the White River country'. There were aliout nine hundred bead In the bunch, the larger part of which thecotupam will market, and the balance they will winter at their feeding yards at Aids. Neb., when* 1 they have rreeoUy purhased n farm wlUi all the improvements neeensarv b» successfully carry ou the business in band. Mr. A. 11. IJankcv. manager of the company. Isnowst Alda, making preparations for tbo cattle on Uie way out. Robe Old land and I'atsey* Ileffmii have of late ami each accuses the other of excessive fust riding. Rube says be bail to ride fast In order to keep up with Palsey. Ily the way. Rulk*. wlnit baa tieeaine of that famous hull calf that you Isuight about, this timo two yi-MiJ ago. ami which created such a furore of excitement. among admirers of blooded stock on White river at tin* time. Ha.* he pan-, ned out In accordance with the promis ing future mnp|H'<! out for him then by Tub Herald ? If you have not iu auv way Interfered with his natural develop ment he ought to be quite a lusty “crit ter” by this time. A Fraudulent Mining Scheme. About two weeks ago we received a letter fro* one Jos. H. Reall. represent ing himself to be tin* president of a min , ing company named tbs Torlihtn Gold ( land Silver Mining company.of Arizona. I asking for adverting space in Tin* j Hkrald, and offering to pay for the; same in cash or the stock of Ids com- 1 psny. We did not answer Mr. Head's letter, believing that the valuable (?) mining stock lie was willing to let the ! dear public have at a saenth e had no j more real value than the paper it is ! written ou. We are glad to know that a number of the Stab* papers ure of our way of thinking and have also refused lo play the part of “boosters” to this qupstiouable mining scheme. We arc pleased to nee that staunch exponent of , Colorado's groat industry , (he Crutded |. Hutto Pilot, come out iu such strong i|e-1 mmciutory language concerning till* ! lateht mining swindle—the Torlilitu , coui|niu\ . We U-lieve it to be our duty to expose fmud* of every character, whether put forward in the shatie of a mining scheme, clothed with Comstock ian raiment, or a less pretentious fraud. It is the duty of the Colorudo papers to ”*it down” ou schemes like theTortilita “snap" every time. We have plenty of legitimate mining proja*rty iu Colorado demanding our attention and on which capital can In* sjient with the certainty of a profitable return. New York mill ing sharks, to which da** licull un doubtedly ticloiig*. have done Ulore to paralyze the mining iutereats of this j State during the lost live year* than all ( other cause* combined. m«*NLsi* 'kvatti While iu Meeker recently Governor Adorns and others of our distinguished visitor*, being Impressed with the beauty of our location and certainty of the town’s rapid growth iu the near future, bought several town lots. I-a*t week Governor Adams wrote to his agent here to purchase twenty more centrally located lots. As Governor j Adam* is recognized throughout the j State ns one of our most successful and ( enterpri*iug husines* men we can. the j more readily, appreciate the Interest taken by the Governor In Meeker real i estate. General S. A. Shepherd of Den ver. was another heavy purchaser «»f J ; town projierty. having also purchased twenty lots. These gentlemen, while j |in Meeker, made uu examination of 1 ! the immense n»al deposits adjacent to J . town, mid were convinced that the ct»al I alone in the vicinity of Meeker would lin itself build up a substantial an I ; prosperous town. A mail doesn’t need ; , to lie endowed with more than ordinary ' penetrating qualities to -r« that Meeker has an UK-uied future. Land Case Decided. Tho ranch contest between Edward Sml/er ami Joint Welllju*over the 1 flair ! ranch is ended *o far as the Glenwood ! laind office is concerned. A decision ; ! was remleifd last week in favor of Wei-, 1 1 jus. Mr Sml/er ha* Intimated that he J Swill appeal to the General Land Office j !a* soon ns lie receives official imtillca ! Uoii of the present decision. The New Party. The American |»arty held their na tion tl conventhm at I'lilladelpbla last week Hebirn cotieluding their labor* # eva* a hard tight to have a pruhl- t sUnk In Um*i wUAIwm. twl wr«« Mtwtel. Tlie platform aa' i adopted In brief. It‘declare* the pres , ent system of Irnmlgrathm and natural -1 t/ation of f«in*igiiers Is detrimental to the welfare of the United State* and de mand* the establishment of a depart • merit of Immigration, the head of which j shall lie a member of the cabinet; de \ tnand* revision of the naturalization j ■ law*, making continued residence of [ fourteen year* nu Indispensable requis- i jHe for citizenship, aud excluding all communist*, social lids, nihilists. iui-i archist*. p.»u|*-i* and criminal*, but no ' Interferenco With lestrd rights of for i-ignci*; demat ds |iDdectlon of Uie free J common school system and recoinmetHls fire compulsory education iri nil stale* ami Territories. Amerieau land should is- reserved for American citizen*. | Non-rmldent aliens debarrerl from own-! • ershlp of n al ••stale, and resident aliens' ' holdings limited in area ami value; con* I demus the donation of laud* to private ! corporation* The surplus 111 the treas ury should |« teleuM-d to the |»e«iple and a Judlclou* system of Internal Improve- j ineuts and the c«instriictiou of fortlflca tions Slid a navy are demanded; ion*- serl.s tier American principle of free dom of teligioii* worship nndliellrf; recognize* the rigid of laln»r to organi zation for protection ami to necure by lawful and (tescsable means tlie great est tewnrd ; demands a firm ami coil nistenl foreign |*»licy ami vigorous as sertion of our national dignity ami rights, especially in tbo north Atlantic fisheries. . A Centennial Celebration. On Tliuniday. Friday and Saturday of Inst week Philadelphia celebrated a een- I tennlnl event which was of no nntnll lm- I |M>rlance, in fncl only second to the cel ebration of 1870. It was the aiinlver ‘ sary of tho signing the federal constitii • tlon hv the members of the convention that framed It. This convention was organized in May. 17*7. and after many Weeks of thoughtful lulmr, peifcrted the instillment ami signed it on the 17th . of Scptemlior. 1787. The celebration of ! the anniversary could not have lieen, more appropriately done, and among : those who aided in its success wen* the President and Ins cabinet. Senator*. Congressmen, the Governors of various States, together with the most prom inent citizens of the United States. English Comment. A dispatch from Loudon savs that the centennial celebration at Philadel phia is attracting universal attention In England, ami with the exception of a few habitual grumblers who sneer at I anything un-English favorable com ment is heard on every hand. The , dally pajiers are devoting considerable 1 space to the subject Isitli in their news columns and editorially, and Uie Daily News says: “The experiment which has now lieen in progress across the At lantic for over a century is the most conclusive that has ever lieen presented in tho history of humanity. With America among tho nations of tlie Ural | i rank the humblest may take hope. The i true festival of universal humanity is ■ being celebrated.” J. W. HUCUI. N. MAJOR- J. W. HUCUS hr CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in “GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS AND General Merchandise. MEEKER, COLORADO. We Have the Largest Stock in the County, and Buy Exclusively for Cash From First Hands, and are Therefore Prepared to Make Low Prices. It is Our Aim to Keep a Full Stock of Everything Usually Found in a General Store, and by Fair Deal ing to Merit Our Share of the Pub lic Patronage. ALL ORDERS PROMPLY FILLED. i«r «%*»•■ run raR «oi vrv wammartr THE MEEKER HOTEL. HARP A WRICMT. Proprietors. The Best Accommodations For the Traveling Public. Dsy Board. S 2; Bv the Week. 810. In Connection With •1 e the House Is the Hotel Bar, Wnten is Always Wall Supplied With the Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. AIX) FEED AND SALE STABLES, For the Accommodation of the Public. j —The Cabinet — Sample Room and Billiard Hall. CORNER FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS. 13.I 3 . E. 'Wololx, Proprietor. *€SgS9P t-S&r BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Imported Bottled 6oods a Specialty. - Private Club Rooms In Connection With the Bar. McHATTON Sc SHERIDAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LUMBER. Colorado. I Finishing Lumber, Siding, Floor ing, Ceiling, Moulding, Lath, Shingles, Etc. We Carry a Full and Complete Stock, and are Prepared to Fill All Or ders on Short Notice. I’ItICE.ITEN CENTS.