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THE MILLER HOUSE MARKET HTRBBT. ITMAR SIXTH. Building Niw. Furnishings New. Guests are Assured Every Comfort and Courteous Treatment. RATES REASONABLE Mrs. S. M. MILLER, Proprietress. F. N. JOHANTGEN, Blacksmith and Wag-onmaker. Mlulng Tools Conataiillv oil llami. All Kind* of HUck-iimthing Pone lu i'lrot- ITasa Stylo. lloraaahtM-ing a Specialty. Terms Reasonable am! Prompt ami Personal Attention given to nil Work. Shop Corner Fifth and Market Streets, Meeker, Colorado. David Smith A Co., DEALERS IV ALL KINDS OF NATIVE LUMBER SfCII AH Siding, Flooring, Ceiling, Lath, Shingles Rough and Finishing Lumber. Mill mul Yard*. corner Water unci Thin! streets, Meeker, Culotuilo. J. S. COOPER, . HORSES Union Stock Yards Oliicago, Illinois. THE ONLY STRICTLY COMMISSION DEALER IN HORSES IN THE UNITED STATES. (*«itntnrtirlii|| th. l.’.ih o ( Jut*.. i»n«l r\«ry n.* mli lhr.ifjrb**«il I be- year, will b*>M >|- <UI «-\ l. lk.lnl) filer.l ml*-* Western Range Horses. liefer lu .National l.i\e Slock Hank ami riilniKii National Hank, both of Chicago. WIIITK Foil r.\itnm.AlLS. J. W. lIITOt'K. J. I .lI.WIH I*»• -i-t« i»t VI. - I’m «i<l< ni A. t*. Mori tox. i'mhlrr. BANK OF MEEKER to J. YV. Hugo* A l’».. Ibuih. .-•* MEEKER, • - . COLORADO. Tnm wirt i (iriH-ral lUnklni |lit»lnr»». Illslir.l |'tl..’ t«ul |.*r t’oMtitjr IVcnuiU. In IriHl atlowml kii Tim* Ifc-pusUs. Draft* Insert on Rato-rn Ot|.-* nnd f> wr,.jw. <*.>rrreiMiipti ni«. Knunii" llrvc. Sew Vbrtit' FI rat Nniioiial IknL omittra: Oral Nr tiousl ILink. Il nuf. Fir.i Null, ■.ul ItanV RawllMS W) ■ Fltm ICsttoasl n il 01 vm.| K|irtim; »t»*l In nil principal nun nl INirvi***. Colli-cttoii* Promptly Aili n<M lu. 11. " 1 " ! ' v - Attorney-at-Law, AXIAL. COLO. win F(«rtico lu-fc r«- County, District •* Huptrmc r.mri. II CLAItK. CIVIL ENGINEER. U. S. Deputy Lund Surveyor. Bptdnl attention given to hx'iilion* tinder the Desert Act. OPFICBt No. P Park Avrnua. MEEKER. - • - COLO 11A DO. S. «T. D© IL.-A.lsr, (laU* Iti-iMO. r t . s. Lmvl (Mlk-eo Attorney & Counsclor-nt-Law 01*1 I mul l ifti* r llillMltik’. OI.F.NWOO!) HI'HISUH, COLOKAIXI. Land Otflce Business a Speci alty. HIT & WALBRIDGE. Real Estate, Leans ——AJII> INSURANCE. A Hnncli near Meeker for sale cheap and on easy terms. MEEKER. - - COLO. J L. IIODUKS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. tlaitu Register U. 8. Land Ofllce.) Speeinl Attention Given to United States Land Ofllco Ruslncss. SI.BNWOOD HIHCINOB, - * * COLORADO. JJRNItV A. WILDHACK. NOTARY AND CONVEYANCER. IIKUAI.It Oflleo. MEEKER. COLORADO. SECRET SOCIETIES. Rio Blanco Lodok, No. so, A. F. & A. M.—Meets the second and fourth Saturdays in each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited. A. 0. Moulton, W. M. David Smith, Secretary. Valentine Lodoe, No. 17. I. (). O. F.—Meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30 o’clock in the Hugos block. Vis iting brothers cordially invited. F. W. Fairfikld, N. G. U. A. Wilduack. Secretary. THE MEEKER HERALD. ■ ! j ti.ght nnd • awe to -how h*-r dr»-«* | Radiant and lovely nil 11.0 vrorlil I < vho thongiit. lay before her. Ni» • Hirruw hrnl croud lu-r path. Frau* h*ln pitted her kindly on Iho h.iek ' with her thin old burnt nnd h<>|»cd «hu j would enjoy hur*«!f. V* t she »|*;hoJ n tilth*. Mir had Lmun nothing bul dull drudgery nnd unbnpplnct* her •olf. lint irSHtulroom party prvpure-1 jfur thQir even tig wn'k •tiniHl-ttya Kmulaln " *nl4 AllnJ On to Washington. The Grntid Army of the Republic and Woman’.* Relief Corps of Knnm* have selected the ••Great Rock Island * ns the olltclul route t«* attend the National Eli c.iinpir.ent nnd Convention nl Washing ton. September 18th to gr. 1803. Ticket* will be on sale at all coupon stations of the C.. It. I \ I*. R’v from Colorado points on September 11 111 to j Isth. inclusive. i The rate Is one fare for the round trip. mid. b.uud on present rate-, makes , it hut little in excess of ono cent' per j mile. i Writo at once for particulars, nnd | I there tiro many special patties desiring cars that should at unco communicate in reference to IL Wo can and will tnke care of this business in a satisfac tory in amu r. Address. John Seuastian, General Tkt and Fans. Agt. T. J. An PERSON. Chicago. Au't Ag't. Topeka, Has. This paj*er is on tile and always ready for reference at tho Public Library of Denver, In tho west wing of the High School, Nineteenth and Stout streets. Subscribe for Till: Hr.iiAl.D and San Francisco Weekly Call. Only $3.2u for both papers. Specimen copies can be had by addressing this oflice. Corbett the Victor. The great SuHivnn-Corbett light is a thing of the past and Corbett is the world's champion bruiser. Static oi* Ohio, city of Toledo. ) Ks Lucas County. j Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner oi the Him of F. .1. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, county nnd state afore said, and that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each J and every case of Catarrh thsit cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney*. Sworn to lieforo me and subscribed in | my presence, this <>tli day of December. A. D. 1880. A. W. Gleason, [meal] Notary Public. llsill's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood ami mucous surface of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O. 8-ySo'd by druggists. 7.5 cents. Take your local paper—The Herald. A Million Friends. A friend In need is a friend indeed, and not less than one million people have found just such a friend in Dr. King’s New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds. If von have never used this great cough medicine, one trial will con vince you that it linn wonderful curative powers in all diseases of throat, chest ,iud longs. Each bottle Is guarunted to, do all that is claimed or money will be refunded. Trial bottles free at any drug store Large bottles 60c. and sl. | MEEKER, COLO., SATURtMY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1892. A Glorious Mountain Trip. Our party of nine left the Peterson ranch ou the morning of the kV.li of August. To those of us who hud not seen anything similar tlm cavalcade piihented a most amusing picture. Four riders before the line of pack ani mals, four btdiiml them with an out-ri der to keep order lu the ranks. Our Mist day’s ride took us to the Club llottso. We made our camp oil the hill above and had our Arst supper lu the grass, (lmling the viands n!l the more delicious for the primitive slvle In which they wen* served. After supper Mr. 11. Smith came up itud invited us to the Club llouso w here we Intd a pleasant game of curds before a Ate that remind ed one of an old New England home and the stories of the Vide Log. Tho ladles slept in the hunk homo while the gentlemen occupied our tent- When wu arose next uioni!ug wu found a steaming lirt-skfast lead) for il* In the dining room of the Club House (thunks to the kind ness oi Dr. Riggs) nnd we did ample justice to the cuisine of this secluded lei real and to (lie accompli •hliicnts of its chef. Out visit to the Club House is one of the uprtt pleasant memories of the whole trip. Hut oil, that ride up Mnrvilie Creek! Winding over narrow trails, up mid down declivities, through tiny grass-grown pntks with the music of the wuter in our ears and tho varying pi> tore of the Great Artist unfolding liefore tut Once just on the brow of a steep Incline we were arrested, chained to tilt* «p t hv a hit of the most exquisite - « nei> lever lx* held. Glinting through the pities tlie sunlight fell ii|siu a ttnv cascade where llio crystal water gilded ftoiti the dark green background, pastied a moment and then Ic.ijmsL laugh ing and white over nuns covered stones into a |hhi| of blue.agitated water where It seemed to collect itself for n joyous tuinlilii.g rare through the flickering shadow * below. The over-hanging pine the dal*v strew n hank. Inviting one to a seat and a happy, care-free hour with the cool hie.till of the pinrs and the water to chann awnv the wotld with its ambitions and passions and lift one Into direct cntiituoulou with the Uilthnr of thu true, the ticniitiful nnd the goral. lint lime and n park train wait for no man. Mr. IVlersou shouted “moveon” and we d'-rendcd Hie hill with the sad dened, chastened feeling that one has when a mental photograph is nil Hint is h ft of that which stirred all the liner liudinci* of our being. Rut this little picture In It* emerald frame was only one of u series. Scene after scene of uasurpasslng Ixanty presented itself until wo forgot fatigue, heal and even self In the shadow of Nature's lavish gifts. Wearrhed at Mar vine Lakes at L!:30 J’. M. WottU cAi.nol dcMrrilH. uar pci. depict the charm of thi* blue expanse; smiling, silent and warm under the frowning |**ak.s which surround. We gave an Involuntary shout of delight as the scene hurst upon us. Never In my existence have I been m profoundly moved by nature or art. Never have I seen so |**rfecUy blended tho delicate intangible beauty of poetic imagery w ith the grandeur of strength nnd power, for the lakes lie like jewel* In the Ismoni of a mountain where every rock * peaks of a mighlv upheaval. The fierce old Titan, Vulcan, tins left Urn Impress ol Ids hand red and sullen on the face of the cliff*, (.'old and *ilent they st and a* If they had I been hurled red-hot upon the face of the laud and then hit to brave the storm mid threaten eternally tho tranquil smoothness of the sunny water below*. Mnrvinc Lakes are mil of trout. I had never Ashed any, hut the moment I siezetl my rod and ran round *n point determined to learn to take my Ash off the hook l>efore the others came to laugh, much to my astonishment a big A«h at once ran awnv with my Ar. I gave a vicious jerk, snapped tny rod mid away went tho trout wlllt my honk and tip while Uie reel sung merrily under inv hand. I forgot the reel however nnd ran backwards. I sttpisiso with a view* of drawing the A*h lu. hut with no thought of the tmuldeni Ik bind me. The result was downfall, but I reeled my flail in n* I rose. Ho was soon floundering high nnddry hut near enough to tny feet to make me nervous. How ever necessity is tho mother of Invention | and I gathered him up in my dress and broke the hook from his mouth. Mv second was taken nfT the hook hy Mr. I’eterson who came to scold me for run ning away. Three of our party caught tnoro than forty Asti from the boats that afternoon with all the ecstasy of the real angler, experienced or oterwiso, but I venture to say that tny novitiate was not equalled in excitement. The doctor, I perhaps, found profounder joy, for he knelt reverently in the bow of a frail cahvas lm.it through the entire evening, and as his companions noted the intense expression of his features, tho sudden light that leaped into his face when he drew in two or three at once, one ex claimed, “Oh pleasure, thy name is Dr. Riggs.” We were enabled to explain the intense expression better next day for tho doctor could not he induced to rise quickly and left tho boats to us while lie nursed his knees bcaido the camp Are. Ah! Hint camp-fire, with the tents in ttie back-ground,the pines over head, the lakcslying dark and still on cither side and above all, and through all, the sense of conventionality left behind, the “bon comornderie” of a happy party. We sang and talked and lived, lived the full free life of the mountain wind with our hearts expanded ftito love and harmony with all things human and divine. •Somebody told “Tommy” that the girls thought, him tho'"boss.” We con cur in that opinion: for tho songs he sung, the conundrums he propounded, the pie cake and short cake, in fact “Tommy” all around was ono of Marvlne's attrac live features. } hadow never I grow less. We are 4fea: . of * Gyp shunt's” evident clubAlix.u Ids heart. After two Java w«|A Mai vine Lukes with a sigh of tegreiPJ.tL* will hold for us, few purer p|Mpc"« * than our ucquuiulancti with 38Mfiii< At half past two wArionvcd at our camping place on tb« ■»'. ;s, just at the fool of Dome l*edk. A ‘ ter a hur ried lunch several tM#b *i - if our parly mounted again and rojk to its top or rather as far in ride anil then walked up. AW) i' view re warded the!r energy Pb'. uly uuu of the number saw Uwio. sititaln sheep and the deer on itelteEh’t The more resolute riders gaKuMft t iv to Mar vine l'eak. After avflw d about four miles past wide |*ilK •l ' , .ied thickly with crystal lakes, alp ' about one fourth of a utile floatfte .muni wns reached. A brlt of Qti lav coldly w Idle at the foot of a i., • uscei t over huge Ait boulders red*- -t here mu I there by exquisite bunch icf-;e!umblne sertniiig to grow* from nothing in the crevices of the rocks. From the top of Marvlnu l'eak one gets an extern led view of man) miles i»f eountiy. It.-.ow you tie Hie llat-top* stretching their gnssy Ilitm-n hk** greeu seas relieved lo ro and there w ith u spot of burulahed gold win re a lake In-s calmly tinder the -un-giiutingpines. Faf beyond, rising i-lue uni cold, are the Uinta, the Mu Juiii and thu S.iguuchc inoiiiiiaius Huoa cl.ul peali* Utrusling their head- Into tho smoky distance in sublime -ilence The sun was just gildiug the topino.t |H*ak'. when we liegan the descent with Uisapointmeut lu our heart r. that we had so little time to give t'* this. |M*r- Imp* the grandest, broadest, vie . of our lives. A dav on Hi- peak w >uM b- to • short In hold it* view A glimpse will List a Itf«• lime. Next iisuulug we broke ttie Ice t«» get water nisi a short tide brought it* to Hu- descent. **Uluch up,” caiue the call along the line and while the ••cinching” was In progress we gave the cliichersa-nowball,as*»uv«nir which memory ulouo will keep. We took out dinner ou the shore «»f Trapper's Lake. Th-acem r. there i* grand, hut il lack* the charm. Hi" deli cate lieauty of M.iivlud Lake*. Thu contrasts are not so refloed. the draw ing U i bold. D»- ti*e dlffe ' • tween Corinthian nnd Dorm architec ture. Still I’iappers Lak*- I* beautiful. ••Where shall wo And In foreign land s*i lone n lake, so sweet a strand''. Mr. I'etcrson told us that Trapper's Lake was discovered bv the «•! I Hud »o:i llay Co. of ante lt**voiuUoo uy ti.u*s. and that the lake I* wntione 11»* Lew,. and Clark when they m **!•• that famous western survey. Think of tdstorlc an •ociiittan ivtUi n -»* »• flow the usual haunt* «>f >|t« " vfnry Hie fabled nine must have met anil held ' high carnival here in tho American Olympus to which Jove tied with all Ills train wheu Fan left Rom •. Mis* Faultier tried In vain t*» catch sight of n deer. No doubt the shy crea tures saw u* many times and perliaj** decided.as Mr.l'roctorand In . puty did, | that w*e Wt re a hand of l !*•* on the war , path, and kept prudently under cover, j The hunters nnd fishermen at our' next camp were rewarded with one Ash nnd one small deer. But w hile the linn- * t* rs were away with Hi- gun* two mag nlflcent bucks and a d'»o came w ithin a few yards of the camp ami gave iih a Ane view liefore they b unded iulo tho willows. Mis* Fautde: and Mi-* Wll- | Uams followed them nnd got lost—*wam lied and generally torn up. In llm fright at tbo thickening shaddow* they ran j over each other without ceremony or excuse. When they at last extricated themselves It was with a devout vow that Hint was to 1* then last experience In deer hunting »n the willows. This nnd tiio next camping place a! ' lowed us some time for reading ••Fedora” which was stopped at lh? ni'»:»t interest-, iuu uolnt. for tho old ha!-ln lor of the partf doclared war,on love and novels and got up to give us a -p ech in sii|>- port of his view*. Wu'v • ■ m tho last of it, Mr. Smith, and I llib'k that even you would have been • >n.peiisated hy the tragic end for tho * - *1 ues.*” of the beginning. The nextduv' rido carried us through some line s< cm ry. Dr. Riggs wns reminded of similar scenes in Switzerladd mid Frnuco. True,we had not the Mer Ue Glace be fore iis hut aseaof ice, an avalanche. The famous Mont Blanc and his not less fatuous brothers may rival, but uot sur pass. tho awe inspiring grandeur of our own glorious old It kid*. The Peterson's r»- irn to their ranch. Dr. Riggs nnd Miss l ankier go back to professional and society duties in Alle ghany, Pa., Mr. Smith wanders over the mountain!* again and Mis* Williams struggles with the pi »b!oui of getting into school work. Perhaps we shall j never meet again hut deepjn our heart of hearts we will hold-a quiet nook, where lids trip mav he lived over again nnd where only* He* crystal water of! Marvine Creek, th murmur of Marvino pines may And cch l M. M. W. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. To Whom it Mnjr Cuiif« , rn:, Tho co-partnership heretofore exist* | Ing between P. F. Welch and Win. Mc- Kcow n. under the Arm nnino of P. F. Welch iV Co., doing a retail liquor busi ness in the town of Meeker, is this day dissolved hy mutual consent, Win. Mc- Kcown retiring. All outstanding accounts will be col lected by P. F. Welch aud B. D. J. McKeoyvn, who will continue tho busi ness under tho former Arm name of P. F. Welch & Co. P. F. Welch, Wm. McKkown. Meeker, August 1"#, 1892. Riputts Tahtties ready. Democratic Convention. llruiHji -dermis Dkkocii (ti<’ I'otfwr ) retina i nuuin».k, Mckkcii, Colo., Hi-pl. \ l'-*-- I lu accordance with Instruction* from the DiMimcratlc County Central Com mittee a convention Of delegates repre senting the Deiuocratlo voters of Rio Blanco county is hereby called to! ineel at the eouit house lit Meeker, on Nalurday, October l*t. NC, at 3 j o'clock p. in., for the purpose of nomi nating candidate* (or each of the fob I low lug oineei, to-wit: County Commissioner. County Judge, and Precinct oflleers. Also, to attend to such other hiibiue&.* us may arise. Representation in tld* convention will l*e ns follows: Itiugely, .1 dele gate! \1 hlte lUi m- ekar, I Coal Creek, 2; l pp«-r While, 2; Pin*- nuce, 2; ami Pm 2. I. It is recommended lh.it the ptlmsrie.* In the various precincts b« held ou Saturday, Septcmlwr iM, between the hours of 2 mid <5 o'clock p. in. Thomas Kii.duff. James Lytti.k, Chainnnn. Secretary. Delegates Elected. Last Saturday was thu day set for, holding the Democratic primaries but very tew of the precincts took the trouble to . end delegate* to the count) convention, which was called for Hu porpone of selecting three delegates t<• represent Rio llluico'o Den»'*cracy at Pueblo next Monday. The convention nnd In Sheriff ! • vry's ! (•Alee lu the court house at .1 p. in. Mon i d»y, ami In the ahs**nco of Chnlrtnan ' j Kildull was called to order hy Janie* L)ttle. secretary of the county central c«»rorolttee. Ou motion Mr. J. L Mcllatton v.k called I-* flic chair and Jam« i Ljttl * i the secretary’s table. Me rs. J. 11. Lak.-unp. L. 11. Wal i . ! uml ll.iiii Nil !. w. i» ap , p iiuted a•• •uimlltce on crcdetiUals. arid ; reported mo following named gentle men as entHied to sent* in the conven tion 1 R ingrly Joseph Lux-n, .1. II (. ! ’ nd J \\ Hin Mil ker L 11. Walbridge. S. Porg.-s by -i W |V( | J | son, Harry Nibhtck, 11. 11. Ilartuud and 1 l J.urus J.) ttie. Coal Creek lh*b. rt Crawford. Buford .1. II Lukarnp and M. S lloo|»er (by J. H Imkuiup. proxy). The ti |Mirtwa* adeptrd, after which lho tciui*orarv organisation was made, lieraiaiicut and the work of the con volition ex|*cditi'*iis|j dlsin-idof. .1. H Lukutup. .1. L. Mcllatton and Hurt j Nioinckwem thru Mechel iteto gates to the State convention. These ■ gentleman weie alio aiiHiorizial to act ( as dclegnle* to ttie congK-ssloual and . legislative convention*. ! The iii.ittcr *>f choosing a legislative ' candidate for th!* dKtrict. which t* • , I «f i: • B* I counties, was then discussed, and it • I was pretty generally conceded (hat | L. B Wallirldge could get the noanl > j tnoiih pridor.M'tneni of the Democrat* of i l*»th counties if he would (-nttseut t*» lx* in candidate, hut It u.u under-' | stood that Mi Walhridgocould not hold ! Imlli a county and legislative ofth'c at j the same time a condition ami net a . theory which deprives in of a very i . strong candidate at thin time, j Several other names were mentiom «1 hut the convention'* choice llualh set-' [tied down to Mr. Herman Pfeiffer or 1 Mr. Wadsworth, both of Routt, and tin* I delegate* were instructed to voto f<-r ' which ever ono of these genth tncii they . might sen At. I The delegates were also Instructed to vole for the endorsement of the Weaver electors. Tho convention then ad journed. • o After one of the ImrdcHt fl;;litH in tin history of Colorado politic* 11. II E-Idyl ha* won the Repnlrlieati n anlnalion for oongi iA II d i in gre**ioual district. Mr. l.ddyliadou up hill light from the start, his principal opponent being Mr. Townsend Hu pres ent nu mber of congress from Colorado, but Eddy's superior generalship nnd splendid abilities were too much for the fat man from Custer county.; Tho light, however, Is not won Vet. The “Little Giant of the Western Slope” will have to do some hard lighting between now nnd the eighth of November. At Hiq outset ill was conceded that the Republicans had Ti.ooo majority in the district, hut this majority is not to tx* reli**d on now as Hie People's party Ims entered the con- i test with a strong man and the Demo* crats will undoubtedly put up their most available man. | The Meeker Herald is cherishing the delusion that the Democrats have a man in Rio Rlanco county who enn de ! feat Mr. Lowell for the legislature. What might lx; his name. Jimmy? I Never mind Id* name. Brother Hoyle. IWe have him browsing in our political paddock, and if we conclude to bring. him out you folks had better he getting the track sandpapered for your can-j ! didate. — A slight stir is becoming noticeable !in political circles and a* harvesting Is about over it Is safe to say Hint from now until the eighth dav of November tnoro time will ho devoted to the fascinating pursuit of things political. Reduced Rates. September Ilth to 18th, inclusive, tho Burlington Route will sell round-trip ticket* from Denver to Washington and Baltimore at s42.fs), good to return un til October 12th. This rate I*open to all. THE PIONEER MERCANTILE HOUSE. John W. Hutsus, John C. Dovlr., President. (Jenernl Manager. J. W. HUCSUS & COMPANY, INCORPORATED DEALERS IN General Merchandise^ A Full Line of Everything- Usually Kept in a First- Class General Store. STAPEE ftI^FANCY - GROCERIES, Agricultural Implements, Barbed Wire, Hardware, TINWARE, QUEENS WARE, Tents, Tarpaulins and Wagon Covers, -=DE?V GOODS, Nolions, Hals and Caps, Gents’ Furnishings, Bools and Shoes, DRUGS, ETC. Buying aii Goods direct from first hands, for Spot Cash, we are enabled to sell at reason able prices and defy all competition. .3. W. HUCUS & COMPANY L/A .-k Colorado. The HOTEL | Mrs. 8. C. WRICHT, Proprietress. 'the best accommodations for the traveling public day rnAirn. j in rm: \vki:k, sw. In Connection With the Mouse is the Mote! Ear, which is Always Well Supplied with the Best of Liquors and Cigars. [ ONLY - HOI II ! ».S I*ll i 111 \CO l - «••« route liumliM t*i i r«*r lnrrtu«rat |n--Sfl- ! n«ra in train M-rrk •• ik.-i i t.e • f- l»*m * nulTnnl. • Train N*«». S. ‘1 h- Clil* 1.-*. .*•;■ ■ •!.'* km * i lx-n»*-r .*4»ll> nl in., r- ••■};.:u o ah» n> , il:ki Hi* Min*-<-\.-ni?''.-.* ' *.. ;* , iu-»t an«*tto”ti. miklntr it** run Umvrr i*. 1 . ri,u-*Bu-ln S* hiMira nu*l .ml y . u.< nluln on lh.- i nrvl. ThU train nl«*. hn< tho -i .*t» PulPnan *•!• • p* ra I f.r un l: i f-.-ii.. tiutklov -,ul U r | lltno ilnin tiny other lim- I TraJii No. 2. poimlirlv known u-. * The ’ l*;>rr. • wmllimn. to li-utelVtr. r k-t* rtti rl>. j i.- •. ‘i |>. in-, nio hin ; .*•». I tat “ ! • ni:>t (‘hienvo nl (cm |h«* •*- • 1 timmli.i ! Doth of ltsv.4" inlix .- r l*i »*f Htnil* <l : I | Insf nil mral( <-n r*n*-. For full lot *r:nnli*»n. tk*kft* and slccpln l*oril>*. .in I i ».«* iig«*nw, • r n<l!r. *« (J. W. V«||*-r>-, (.m.ra! ! A cent. 1700 Larimer Hrral. iH-nvir. WABASH TRAINS. I Free recllnln . Di.tr * nra- Fullnmu i»s.*l Wnjr , nur •l«*epliijr enr I'jil.i* <• «lm*-r- ->in |>tu>xi<« raw. tu-r—.Ml nv*«lprii Imuiina. Nuiiil-.-r > The Ilanc-r 1.im11.-**. I. 1.*... I*. !n»l* airu-Ltov.-* LouH «:••'* p. in.. arr..»- j al i lilcnjp) Ht 7 n. in. i Number Ci—St. L>iii«-It*>*ti>u —L. a;••*. si. , I LmiUul ••*;•.'. t». m., arriv. 4 lt*-! :iHt .Vi ■ *•• • I on*l mnrtiliur. . j 6:30 |». m., arrtvrs Toledo l:tr, nfleninon. I : Numln rV; N i...,ra I. • Limit. 1 !. iv. « , Chicago nt K);.*jt) p. hi., anivra* m Ntncnm I'nji* tho next ndi-rn- oii m *.. nn*l N* <v Ym: :it : tin* next momliiK. CM * r. S:.»il«m. bar 14 1 1 i l ! Magnrn Full* tho next morning at S. and New I York at 0;M p. rn. I I Clly • : P. 111., arrive - si. loniO 7n. in. j Niiiiilh r 2-t..uvi * K:in-n (Hy In i. in., nr- Hv.xSt. LoiiD fl:!A p. m. i i'- . , NumlM-r r,-K.iii-H« ( Ity-Cblcngo Lone r | Kuiimb Clly dally (’■.-* • p. m. C. >t. I! \MI-SOX, Comnion-lnl Agent. 1227 17lh «., Denver. C. A. H., Attention. The old reliable Missouri Pacific rail-1 way, thi! veteran line west c»f Hie Mi i-' sissippi ri\l!i*. is now in tho field with ! the lowest of rates, and choice of differ- | (•lit lines, going nnd returning to the Twenty-sixth Annual Lucampnicnt of! ! the G. \ R. at Ws: l.lngton, D. j j September 20ih. P 92. | From points In Colorado, tickets to lx*! on aalo September lu ll to 17th, Inchi-j |sive; Anal return limit. October I2Ui. j I For furthef Information write or call on C. A. Tripp, general western agent Missouri Pacific If'y, or E. L. Hoffman. ] traveling passenger agent, ICO2 Larimer street, Denver, Colo. The Meeker Stables. I ihlit Harry lhirnard’s management this place Is run with a view to giving the traveling public good accommoda tions and treatment. Try Hi. PH ICE, TEN CENTS* Chicago Horse Market. , ,1. s. (’nop i. (-(•inniiAMoti nalt-man of I : ) ,■ • •h.l \•« : 'Men- »••»*. <f ho t»e- at the .inU '• r t!i ■no -nding today. Aug. ■ ’l,l rvc tr« ii I.'h ral. but tlio de nud.d v.,is ur em 'A > In ••• • »rl» Ihn ■ ffrrlngMit ; i priu 1. work Ihums general.)- li. • tbr i- iler call about In 4 1»«* following order: Draft lioraes. * m .mil .-'in: u < The demand f«>r ' g« ■ >i <tiiv« ts ami cii irh li ons t« still utf , a bruit- ! c ill-, with vxU i g-vM ones •vsllii gat igbt. Y* ti-rdny we held v. liat might pi • | erh lie called tin* limt regularly udvci tired sale of range horses, and while homo got for their hoi *es con* ndcrahlv mure Ui.iii their expectations others were : <i:nw)i.itdw;ipolnted. Tlio range • f prices was from to sll The following i i summary - i i ■-> II It'llM-:t, not broken. lOlUlhi . 80..7) horses, hnltor-tiK'keii r.l .7) . _ j7 b(irr>i not broken, :i'»oo 2d horse < not broken,.. 30.30 .21 hors is, not broken. . 32 60 Deserving Praise. We t rcltii I . * for years wu have la en selling Dr. !■: - New Pi ~vi r. for eoiiMimplioit I Dr. King’s New J.ffc Pills, ihicklcn’s \rnii i Salve and Pi'ctrlo Hitlers, and have never handled remedies that Bell as w. or that have given M.elt unlvcf : ,ii (f • :i.,n. We do not hesitate to | guarantee them every time, and wo stand ready to refund tin* purchase price If i factory results tlo not fol* , hnv their use. These remedies have | won their great popularity purely on I their merits. Ail druggists. Hi H.irnaid is running the Meeker feed, sale and Itverv stabl- in a mnn : ner satisfactory to his patrons. • o • Bucklin's Arnica Salve. Tin bestsalvi fori bruise*, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever acres, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi* lively cures pil gor no pay mpiircd. It !•; guaruntc-1 to give perfect satis faction; or money refunded. Price 2.7 cents p* r !»*•>;. 1 or sale by all druggists. They Advance the Freight. Marlin .V Spurlock pa\ at 1 freight charges on goo«ls at railroad uud collect same i j n delivery of freight to Meeker parties. The Boss Saddler. William lb Thompson, the saddler and harnervwiaker. Is now located at Hillo with a lino assortment of goods \u his line. Hive Billy a call.