Newspaper Page Text
VOL. 111-NO. 10.
J. W. HUOCM. N. MAJUIt. J. W. Hugua &L Co.,' BANKERS, MKKKKK. • • • COLOUADO. TrmiiMMt a tirurral lluiluii* llti«u»«-*». Hl(kc«i )>ri— )mM l , >iL'«iun | )' W»rmiii». In terval allow**! uti Tiiur |n-|hmiu. Urafu irawn on Kaatrrn ('Mira and Kuro|»-. IWrwiNiiideuU, Kotin We llna.. S«*w York; flrat Nallonai Hank. Omaha. Colorado National Hank. Dmvvr; J. W. Ilu*u» A Co., Itewiina, H| o. tallMllaH* rrempll) Aliradnl In. THE Glenwood National B -A.3STK:, Glenwood Springs, Colo. Capital, 0100,000. JOBI L McVtTL. Prmideat. 1. 0. OSGOOD, Vioe-Pmudeoi. 0. >. OKEIG. Owhicr. A Canaral Banking Business Transacted. Manat I* ■«•••> M F«oan»M«* Tarns*. AnvuiU* •>( mar* hattl* and 10-li* float • r—- l|Mi|ullr Nds-.ml, ll«ir*lar-|»r»->f taull for Iha aceosniwtaUl has of rudum'ic First National Bankj or OLEXWOOD M'ltlMif*. I Capital, - - • SIOO.OOO J. J. llaokbman. .... I*rs—s l. t.t W, 11. libvbnxi'X • Vkw.|*rrasdani. J. 11. r»u an. .... i ••iii't a art»ar*t Itaakltijr aod l'o!la«*tlon IsiUMM iranoHnl llu; and sail !*•»»« ijn and Ifcmwlk* lUrtoanar. J)M. J. n. TMONVfO** PHYSICIAN and SUNCEON, &IKEKKIL COIjORADO. Minm. NEAL ESTATE AGENT. Ranch** Bought and Sold. IMiNlnl MEEKER. - • - COLOItADO. H. lURK, CIVIL ENCINEER. U. S. Daputy Land Surveyor. rnr.vrv iu'hvryuii. ancii Rn. f Park Aar hop. MEEKER. - • - COLORADO. j j. arson. DENTIST. ONrr l orsrr Fark Aarsissr «m 4 tasrlk Street* MKEKKR. - • ■ COLOUADO. J OHS T. IHI S.ITK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I GMBIWOODePIIIXOf*. • • • COLOMADO. j hprrtal Ailrntten Is Nnal am-. Safnrr • Isa I . *. B.*ltd 081, r t |» HOIKS I'.S. J. ATTORNEY AT LAW. llm- Mnfl.lrr I-. *. Land nißm.l Rparlal Allantlan Mini It* I lilted Sis Ira Land Ofßrp Nn*lnrs*. III.KN WOOD MPIUNfi!*. • - • COLOUADO. JIM*. W. TAYLOtI. Bl>. T. TAYLOM. 11. T. SALK. TAYLOR, SALE & TAYLOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ftJ.BXWOO!) PPHINOHf • • - COLORADO. •paclal Allanllon In Fr—F.m|»tlen sad Irrlaalluu U«». ||K!«IIV A. WILIIII.UIt, NOTARY AND CONVEYANCER, Herald Ottlce, Meeker. HUnkf, k-pt In slock, f.agal pup-r* «tra*-n snd •"IrnctrlME-l THE MEEKER HERALD. One of His Rulings Amrmed. I No sooner limi William Andrew Jack* sou >parks liunded in Ills letter of resig nation (?) Uniu tbo ITeaident promptly accepted tlie same. Kver hlnce Hparks lias Imhmi at the head of the General Laud OAlce lie has made himself as ob noxious us a |«rsou could, and his rul ings (nine-tenths of which were sulmc i|ueutly reversed by the Interior IWj partmeut) were often verv ridiculous. The people of the west generally are . happy over his removal, not because of bis endeavor to protect the public lands for the honest settler, but the incon venience. expense and deiuy he put them to by his outlandish rulings. A 1 teller until tbun S|iarks can be had in uuy hamlet in the couutrv. Following is the President's letter. In which he I sits Spat k» on the back and lets him vacate the position he has covered with ignominy ; Bxkcutivk Makhion. ) W ash mil to id, Nov. 15, lafl. i lluti. Wio. A. J. Spark*: MY Dkaic Silt—l have read your let ter of resignation w Inch was left with me to-day and also the communicutioji addressed by you to the Secretary of the Interior accompanying the same. In tlie present situation 1 do not fe«d called upon to delertuiue the merits of the contraversy which lias arisen between the Secretary and yourself further than to say that my impression touching the legal questions involved incline rue to reh , iin 1 naturally would do even if I had in* impressions of my own. iai*ori the judgment of tlie Hecretarjr. It pre sents n cose of interpretation where two honest men may well differ. The oper ations of tlie 1 miii*l Oetiartmehl and your zealous endeavors to save and pro :tect the public lands for settler* in g««*l | faith induce me to believe that >ou will ! lie pleased to receive the OAsiirmicc that i lids policy. ui*ou which we ate all I agreed, will continue to be steadfastly I pursued, hunted and controlled, how ever. by the law and judgment of the courts, which we may lie ut times mi williugU restrained, but which we can not and ought not to resist. I desire to heartily acknowledge the value of your , services in the improved administration of your services in the improved admin istration of the louhl l>r par tin* nt : which has been rvachcd. and to assure i you of my appreciation of that rugged , and uii)lekhug integrity which has i characterized your oltlcial comluct. lam i constrained to accept the resignation ( which ion tender, with the assurance i of my conlimieil kindly feeling toward | 'you aud with an earnest wish that. ( wherever your future wav of life ma> lend. complete mwcvm and satlsfacliiHi ms) await you. Thanking you for the ptrastniv and complimentary exiM« **ums which close your letter. I am voum, very truly. Guovku Clbvrunu. imikm onxions. The Journal Is not the mouth-piece of uii> party or political side-show*. but it falls in lino with the great iiimm-i of holiest western people in thanking God that the crank Sparks has been Invited, and acceptance accorded, to slop down and out from tlie Coramlsalonendilp of the General Land Oflice at Washington. Ills crazy billingsgate against the west has done more damage than a thousand such one-horse men can ever repay. The fatal mistake of Mr. laimnr was in not cutting off this meddlesome under , strapper two tear* and a half ago. The •(•real West wants encouragement in o|N>uiug up its resources—not the con tinual lash of a ilefnmcr from the high places *»f tlie government. Good bye, Mr. Crank. May you learn wisdom in \our retirement.—* hey nine Journal. H|*arks got to lie a -bigger" inau than .Secretary Lamar, and tlio Interior Dc partmeut couldn't tiold them both, con se«juentlv the great nml numerously re versed Sparks drmqwd otiL The weal can get along without him.—FL Collins Com icr. It w ould uppenr that Secretary laimnr lias at last got tired of reversing the judgineutsof his sidioidinatc. lie Iwm ■it long and patiently.—Gilpin County I)bscrver. I Ho <Sparksi seems to have irossessed j tlie faculty of muking enemies ot lioth i Itepuhlirans and Democrats, who alike rejoice ut his down full.—Greeley Trib une. That hclietudlnons old crank. Spark*, has resigned—by request.—Georgetown Courier. lie (Sparks) was not so tired of being reversed as Lamar was of reversing him.— Katun ltaugc. *Bto* Herr Most Arrested. Over three hundred Anarchists met one evening last week, and they were addressed by Herr Most in the follow ing Imrrniigiic: -Fellow Anarchist*! 1 wish I could express in lnugunge tlie sadness of my heart, which grieves for iny devoted brother Anarchists who so bravely met death on llm gallows. Would that I know* their executioner; he would not fare well in this world. We have sworn to have vengeance nud we shall have it. They say Lingg com mitted suicide. They He. lie was murdered. Ho thev want you or ino to , believe his friends smuggled those tmrntm in to him Y I say. they lie. They lie. They lie. Gririncll secured wit nesses willing to swear away the lives of seven innocent men. Their blood cries to heaven for vengeance. Let those who were interested in the arrest, , trial and hanging beware. I point my linger to (Jury. I lon field, the judges ol the Supreme covrt and that cowardly Governor. Ogleshv. Inman Anarchist nnd willing to follow the footsteps or iny brave comrades." In this strain he spoke for nearly an hour. The day following the mithori -1 ties were after him, but Most was not j very noxious fktM to **fo|»o*t the f««et MEEKER, COLO., NATU»AV. NOVEMBER 20, ISR7. steps" of uuy oue, uud he kept well hid. A few days later, however, he was found and taken into custody. At his preliminary hearing Most wus in,mid over, but he furnished hail and was re leased. lie stands a good cluutce of serving uuolher term iu the pen. • * aw < —- $1,000 Wanted. The sum of #I.UUU is the amount the Couuty Commissioners are asked for to ussist in huitdiug a road from New castle up Klk creek to Meeker. The cltizeiis ot tliut section agree to add >/<•«) to lids amount, by subscription. The distance from Newcastle to Meeker l»v the proposed new loute is forty vight utiles. From lUwliuslo Meeker, tlie present routu for freighting, is 151 miles. If this road should be built, and built ou a good grade, it would throw a lurge trade to CilenwfNal Springs and Newcastle. It would by this means eu* huiicc the value of property, w hich is a great desideratum. |*articularly in mak ing out the county's tax schedule. —Tie Chief. _ Range Cattlemen Meeting. A *|N-cial dispatch to lire Globe-Item ocrut from Dallas. Texas, says; Col. C. C. Slaughter and 11. M. Taylor, Dlrec toraof the International itauge associa tion. are authority for the statement that there wilt probably he u meeting iu a abort time of the Director* of that or ganization for tlie purpose of carrying out the work for which it was insti tuted. The gentlemen claim that tills is the only oig.inizatiou that con prop erly grapple with the tM-cf question, and which has iu Its (aiwers lo inaugurate measure* which will secure prices for the producer based «»U the law of supply and demand. While times ate hutd aud cattlemen necessarily short of funds, at the same time they believe that the February meeting of the Kangc association lu Denver will In- largely at tended and that results for gi**l will grow out of it. They claim that the in dustry can be made an pruiituhle in the near future as it has been in the past if the cattlemen will only pull together, and there Is more hope in their working together from this Uiue fmward Ilian In the |>ost. os they arc brglntdiig to real ize that If the Imslness is to coiiliune to lie run iu tlie old hupha/ard way and re main a prey to other combinations that the producer will have to give up the liusiuess of raising rattle. It Is said the darkest hour is just before day and they believe that cattle values will com uicure advancing witli tlie opeuing of next season's trade. - —- Cart Dunder's Sayings. If .ter I <«il l.als’l to make mistake* lie would baf made iu all angels In dcr beginning. I>er tunn who would like to live his life all oafer again must haf discovered an easy way to pay debt* und n sure way or getting along midoiHll work. I nefrr like to be too well acquainted mil a family. If I vlias. each one tell* me of der faults of dcr oilier*, und I huf to give 'em nil up as l*adl. Knvy vh.ts a U»*l shpirit, hut if my neighbor's vhas bigger ash mine it vlias iiatmal *lol I vhas glaill If Ids baby vluu cross-eyed. Human nature vhas nliiist *lcr same now* as vhen der lirst dozen |»eoplea vhas on earth. l>er ouly difference vhas dot we half a better sliance to work off our lead nickels un«l e.scajN* our debts. Vhen I hear of a man who vhas al ways in hard! luck I go arouut by his house der next warm day und And he vhns asleep on dcr door-steep vhlle der pigs vhas iu Ids garden. II has always struck me dot «ler man who wrote out der (toldeu Hide wouldn't take a kick from anybody any sooner dan iu peoples who llud it so liardl to obey its teachings. In-re vhas plenty of men who Thill trv forty ways to bring oopacolt, hut onlv one vliay to prlng oop a U»y. Marriage, lu most cases, vhas a lecdle love, some zhtorn clotlies, a dash of | music, a few dollais in cash und a long time iu getting der knot untied. Kaferypoily vhas told to beware of der person who llatters. hut eaferypody vhas nnxious to meet him und get some of Ills taffy. I pellef dot flatten vhas der grease dot makes der wheel* of der wot Id turn rouitdL We should all In* glsdt if our fnends would reform in this or that particular, while we go to liedt perfectly satisfied dot our own armor vluu shot-proof. One of der feelings dot makes us feci ’ goodt vhas to And omit clot ve (loan’ luif any money In der punk which vhas misled. It vhas a goodt argument clot wc shouldn't tn to save money. I>cr man who takes two seals In der ‘ car doan* do so pccnusc he vhas seMbh. but pccnusc he pellef* he vhas twins. I goes niit a grafeynrd sometimes, 1 uml I vhns walking aroundt half a flay uud donn* Ami where one single bndt » ix-iiuui whs buried. All vluu so good dot dry go right to heafen. I like to , know where dcr place vluu in which all dcr badt folks vhas planted. Meype it vhas all right for some men to pellef dey own der earth. It vlias i shenernlly dcr enso dot der man who pe • hers in himself is |iellcved iu by nopody '■ else. It vlias all right to forgit your cnemiea, hut If you can lick 'em And it comes i easier und vliill lust longer.—Detroit I Free Press. - * An Ensteru paper sav*: "When (»cn. fhickuer. now Governor of Kentucky, inode his last sortie from Fort Donald son he was met and repulsed by Colonel . Thayer, commanding the First Nebra ska regiment. The two commanding officers never met again until tliey i grasped each other's hands at the Phila delphia (Yutcnuial, Huckner ns Gover .: nor of Kentucky and General Thayer •i« Govcreoc V" Lingg's (???) Letter. The - taller ’ U,i M wrutolwfaraKtaiici,.' : i I'UUK CoißLii. Nov. 11. To Worth? r«io*i Vou lode M "nl.- i letter which l'«t I" tlio J< Atarui. Now I review of the 1 1 «|iertanoM I h»T* il»'. < Mui my view larafl^Slo t! ’ ».une, wilt i be Jittt what you W^B Well, to day ta Du Uii. il.iy we weeelled uet.ally Ml iu>- Ul.lurbed In our *'e. hi .hiirlell i what wooM otbtrajKh* a hug 'lay. | get up very NNy^P ll ” " liappciml i that at • oMW tiiorning 1 still i levied lo Suit j, denly the loek at ail beiian tn ret-'! lie. A. I rmieed in run the i deep from my tlml mi i other bend had nf mine. I beheld two mlihl—B tb»* law standing 1 1 before, whd. fact llmt.likc (•risiall. I ftwtqMM 'S" ' war end that I have dowa aotnTrtv to justify such tieutmeuL seized me In Um Hint- than it takes to deaorlbt, an 1 More I knew what had liappanai I foun*l mvaelf out sale my cell. Lucky far me there were no ladles about to see ms. because I was, owing to the sudden nr** nr iny exit, but scantily cMheJ. Next I be held our faltbful guardian friend Kugel. who iu view of Ids then oiidititui was hwked upon as leas dangerous ihsu my self, and who. In fact, was n.*k«d if he would be ni kind and oondc-.%ceiiding. if it were poaalbla for him to do mi. to step in to tlie lawyers. Here we all liud a splendid dilutee lo see them ransack our cells, and drat throw every tiling out and then toa* them back again. Find tug nothing, they quickly provided other cells for ua on the ground il«*or. and nr ranged them for our occupancy. At II o'clock we took pur-M-salmi of them, uud ' at the same time UHseti Parsons ami. Fischer also became tenui.tsot our row. Spies. Schwab. Fh Men and myself were situated iii aco<B|>nttmeiilshutoff from the rest of tlie Jail by iron Itais. lu lid* enclosure depute * were »lati<»m-d for tlie purpose of both preventing us from seeing our friends and fi mu receiving packages from them. Kriemln Fisclirr. Kugel and l*arann» were pul nt cell* on the same tier, but t-utside the enclosure I have spoken of. but still situated so j that they coukl bare D<> communication j witlt Ilia prisoner* lu the jail. Spies, Schwab and Field--fi were returned to their old cella. Von have, m ilrrj’ friend, aiieadv seen liow all this, "hh h was ihi donU done for a grand di-pl.iy. was descril**! by >*mr lr*» faithful colleague* in the leadma dally paper*. Itjr Ut* dim light which »Uih» uao tny new «aU I read Ut* me. that Uie artatoenu • ami bourgeois feel that our hanging will not benedt them. On top of Ihi- came the news Utal If tlie condemned had agreed to ask for clemency they roukl ha\ <• iieeu j aave*l from the gallon *. Whether this • slatiding by each oUin took (he form of, signing a petition for taerc>' or t<s>k the sliapc of mlseraldy hegjlng fm |>ardoii. it was said would make no difference. I he pandering petal al.*o claims that we should, in tlie interest of Uie working rlasnes—nni to say an) thing of tin* ari stocracy—give In, so that we w ill not die. I. a* well as the others In tin- se cret. know full well that a Aim odln r enco to the plan laid out would have saved us from the gallows. Kveu if it should not hare don- so. what theiiY Now. Judge McAllister. If the report of the •‘Plunderer” Is true. sa>s that in the evrut of our execution the aristocracy llwoc moinqs»lists. those powerful capital.";*- will in nfew years see all they |snseas go up In smoke. In (lame. Now, who is this Judge McAllister? A Itotirgcois of iiimd noble mein, hliall I thru again tell you the terrilile plight wc urc iii ? .Shall I also allude to our fotinci condi tion and how true to our rcvoluliounry trnining we agitatisl not alone l»> speech. liy writing, but by dead. Hut Uien you know It la a wise a* well as a true saying to trust no one. Vou know also Uiat I can not handle other subjects as well as tills one. My hatred of the system which brings shout lire present condition of the working |«sipie. and. which I can well say without egotism, mv disinterested love for the cause of freedom baa kspt me in e\ery instance not alone from liegying for mercy, hut It turn enabled me to remain Arm and demand nothing toil slmplv Justice. It was for tiit'o* reasons that I, ns well as Parsons. Engel and Fischer, were cotn|M-llrd to resist even the plcad inga of our ainue*'' committee and re fur>« to sign tlie |» tition they presented. Realizing Hint unless I stultify myptin clples I cannot escape the grim mon ster, I now calmly face death, ami. In view of the result* that it will bring about lu favor of au irclilsm. look upon my taking off with no fear, you, worthy citizen, know full well aa I do. 1 and every oilier true anarchist know that wc have a greater -neuy tlmn death to face, and that is the so-culled upper clasa of the presold day, and to over come whom we. to is* true to our train ing. must be willing not only to sacri- Uce our liberty, but to give up our lives, t have alwaya treated the proiwgnnda of deeda In the ah-dract. I realize that those who (111*0 amassed fortunes and thus become capitalists, are not alone the masters of my fellow workmen, but also their oppressor* and murderers. I know also that unless the laboring peo ple get their rights by means of legisla tion, that tlie day is not far distant when the awful r»useqtieuoe* of this continuous persecution of the proletar iat will be manifested, and revolution, that all kuow must follow such u slate of affaire, will be a reality. That the continuous aggregation of c.ipltMl cryincd h* t'j*: condition of the 1 working classes, does not require any womlerful degree of iiiu-lb-ct to coni preheud. To the contrary it teml* to continuous degeneration. That through the propugumln of the deed our bc:>t in terests can la* served and tile condition of the workingman bettered, bus burn fully proved by the events of the p;u>t few . during which time we have openly taught our masters that u class distinc tion. brought about by their instrumen tality. is not llm I rest for all concerned, lit view of all the fact* in tlie case, I naturally And that, despite tin* fact that phiiuuthropistM are trying to induce me not to invito the fate tiiai overshadows uie, tliut it is bound to come, for the authorities lire determined—though they know tliut 1 am not re>|Ntnslble for tlie throwing of the bomb— to make me pay the |tenaltv for this deed. Now it is very likely tliut carry ing out of our sen tence, which will tie nothing more mu' lew than murder, will result in the ovpvthfow of ty routs. Now*, dearest citizen, f w ill bring this writing, which has been done under grest difficulties, to a close. Vou can see by u glance at the muuuscript that my facilities as well as the light were uot ol the very beat. If you will have this scum d translated uud luude public iu both languages, you wilt not only en able me to mukc known the |Ninitioti I occupy iu regard to ail the matters treated in this letter, but you will also fulfil tlie last wish that I shall ever ex pres* to you. Now. with u hull and earnest farewell ! to all (ii-ods and comrades, and with ! Anal wldie* for their pro*|ierity. I close.' in view of the certainty that I shall j never have the chance of seeing you | ; again, with an earnest ami hearty wish ■ for your future micctks iii life. Ilochl ' die auurcliie' Ja«t i* Ll.xuu. i Some Food for Consideration. From the Northwestern Live Stock ! Journal we clip the following: ' liny 1 when the commodity you want is rhenp [and sell wh-u it t.s high. Apply this rule to the cuttle hiuiures to day. anil ! your fortune is asvttrcd. • ' * Nerve Is a valuable quality ill u horse nml no Iris so in men. Tlie man of nerve will stay by tils entile business aud hold the winning card in the end. * * * Twelve j uiontlw from to-day a new song will lie sung all over llm west, mid th* man J who has rattle to sell will have ducats to tank instead ol solicitous creditors . wstehing his movement*. Soil nothing now Hint your circumstancrs will p-r --ruit you to hold If it is growing into beef.” A Girl's Composition on Boys. liny* to man that lim mil a* tag mm ttietr papwß. and gliis is young women , WNN "Ml L r M .l l ( • * * Man wo* ma<le tafoie woman. tVlicn God lookeil ul Ad.iui he sabl to himself. ••IVell. I guess I can do belter than that If I trv again,*’and then lie ; made Eve. God like<t Kvr hi ruiirli tat ! t-r than he did Adam that there has | J l-eeri more women ever since. * * * J Itoys are a trouble. They are very wearing mi everything but aonp. * * * , If I could have my way half the bo>* In tlie world would In* litth* girls nml the oilier half would |« dolt*. • • • My papa I* so nfee to me Hint I guess hr must have hern a girl when he wu* a little bay.— Signal. Legal Practice In Moutane. A man was un recently liefore a Mon tana ju.lge for preliminary exainiiintlon. says the ridc.igo Tribune. Several willnesses nvrore that lie li.id Idazisi nwny nt n man with a big revolver at climio range and suliseqiieiitly extrncle»l JiO from his pocket while lie was ciii*-; ablod. I •*'l*his Is evidently a case of highway robbery.” said the judge, "nud |>rrhat>s ’ attempt to kill. I'll liavo to hold the • prisoner w if laud hail." If your honor will give me n chance to mv a word." remarked the prisoner. "I Hunk I ran explain the matter. I am a lawyer." ••Well, go on.*' replied Hie judge. "I ho<l an account of against tills man, which had lieeu placed in my hand for collection. 1 went nlmut it. closely allowing the usual practice in our territory ami got the money." •*O, well,” replied the court. "If it was a legal matter like that, why of course I*ll have to discharge you. liy the-way. do you Aud llm self-cocking six-shooter ns much better for collec tions a* Hie resolutions of the Montana l»ar association would scr-rn to Indicate ll? I have n son who is coming unt here to practice liefnro long, mid I want to get all the |Miint.s for Inin that I -an. - My son already has a library consisting of two double-barreled shotgun*, a re-j pealing rille. and a pair of liras* 1 knuckles, i think lie will do well." What He Needed Him For. "Von say you want my daughter.*’ said the proprietor of a New Vork newspaper to a young man who was sitting nervously on the edge of n chair and wiping Ids feverish brow with n trembling handkerchief. •• V-yes. sir.” "Have you simketi to her of this mat ter ?” "She—she has referred me to you. sir." "Is your affection for her der p snd sincere ?" •‘Sincere!" gasped tlie young man. "I pledge you nry won! I haven't slept a wink nor eaten a mouthful of victuals for six whole weeks for thinking of her." “George." said tin* father, after look ing at him a moment relitclivuly. "I think you may come into the family. I need n young man of your capabilities to swear to the circulation of i>» ~ftppr' ” ,mi - ! lu u uu*sholi - The hrulu J.W. MUCUS. N. MAJOR- J. W. HUCUS h CO., Wbolesala 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. IV- CASH riis ros isrm wissaw m% THE MEEKER HOTEL. HARP A WRICMT, Proprietors. Th. Int AoeomnwdtMom For nw Travoltas Public. Day Hoard, R 2; Rv the W.ok, DIO. In Connection With the House Is the Hotel Rar, Which la Always Well Supplied With the Rest ot Wines. Liquors and Cigars. FEED AND SALE STABLES, the Accommodation of the Public. i __ =s===; _ —The Cabinet — Sample Room and Billiard Hall. CORNER FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS. 3?. IF 1 . "Weloti, Proprietor. BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS. Imported Bottled 6oods a Specialty. Private Club Rooms in Connection With the Rar. McHATTON * SHERIDAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LUMBER. Meeker, Colorado. R 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. PRICE. TEN CENTS.