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Building liv. Furnishings New.
Guests are Assured Every Comfort and
Oourteous Treatment.
Mrs. I. M. MILLKft, Proprietress.
Blacksmith and Wagonmaker.
hllttlui Tui>li CWiituitW mi lluml. All Kinds of Iltarksaiiltiiitg Uotta in Firsts
I'bH Mtk U'rimiHM-ing a Kprc-isity. Terms BmomMl Slid .
Fnxnpt and IWoal Attention given & all Work.
Shop Corner Fifth and Marfcat Streets, Menhir, Colorado.
David Smith It Co.,
Biding, Flooring, Ceiling, Lath, Bhingles
Rough and Finishing Lumber.
Mill ami Yards, contrr Water and Third streets. Meeker. Colorado.
J. S. CODPEB, . HORSES Union Stock Yards
Ohioago, Illinois.
CofuinrtHii g Ibo |5Ca of June, an>l ««> month llir(>uib«ul Ibo jrrmr. will b»d i|«rUl »x-
IrtiOtt-ly utirriSnl isks «4
Western Range Horses.
liefer to National Live Slock Hank and Chicago National Hank. Loth of Chicago
j. w. iirrirs. j. c. itAViM.
|*r«e|.t>-iii. Vh't.l'rrti.lrnl.
A. c*. Moron ol. •'Mbiir.
imKwwtT tu J. W. Ilurua A Co.. Ilnnki*fs»
Trsswrl ■ llnwisl Ibsblns thßltMia.
UlrbeS(.SM |SI4 tor I'uiiaO W«rruU In-
IwS llbivel on Tim** Unpmiu. Draft*
Irewn imi ftolrm Ott«-« iihl Kur* •s»«’.
«*<»rTre|M.n«li*til*. Kwintto** tin**.. New York;
Hr«i Nsii.in.il llmk. Onubc Fire* Na
tional Hank. Dram: First N*tion* I lUnk,
ttwwlln*. Wj.i,; Fin* I Nail*.nel Itank, «• 1* n
weal kprlnr*; et.<l In all |»*ltK*lp«l i llke <•(
Culler I Inns Promptly Allrn'!r*l to.
j.| 11. BDDV,
Will I'rwctkn llefrire (‘minty, Dl.lri.-t or
Hlipreme Court.
U. 8. Deputy Land Surveyor.
Special attention given to locations
under the Desert Act.
OFFICE: No. V l*nrk Avenue.
S. J. ID© 3L.A.3ST,
lljile RrgNU-r U. S. Ijiii-I Office.)
Attorneys Counselor-at-Law
(Mil Ijiiul Onieo IKiill.lintr.
Land Office Business a Speci-
Real Estate, Leans
A Ranch near Meeker for sale cheap
and on easy terms.
J 1.. HO DO Its,
(Lnto Register U. S. Lnml Olllco.)
Special Attention Given to United
States Land Office. Huskiest..
Hkhai.u Ofllee,
Rio Hlanco Lodok, No. 80, A. F. A
A. M. Meets the second and fourth
Saturdays In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
A. C. Moulton, XV. M.
David Smith, Secretary.
Valentine Lodoe, No. 17. I. O.
O. F.—Meets every Wednesday evening
at 7:80 o’clock in the Hugos block. Vis-
Ring brothers cordially Invited.
F. W. Fairfield, N. G.
11. A. Wildhack, Secftltary.
For the G. A. R. Meeting.
On the occasion, of the G. A. It.
Grand Enrninpmpnt at Washington. D.
C . Srptrinlw’f dull. I vrj. the Union
Facillc will M'll ticket* at the rate of
one fare for the* round trip. These
tickets are go.*! going until Septemlirr
•J«h. and gnml returning until Octolier
tali, flee four Mfcrnl Lnwo Padde
On to Washington.
The Grand Arm> of the Republic and
Woman’s Relief Cdrps of Kansas have
selected the "Great Rock Island” us the
official route to attend the National Kn
campment and Couvt'iithjrfnl Washing
ton. September HHlt to t S\. Krj.
Tickets will Is* on *am at ull coupon
stntions of tliffTl. It. Jc I*. R’v from
Colorado points’(g* September 11th to
18th, Inclusive.
The rate Is one fare for tho round
trip, and. based on present rates, makes
It hut little in excess of one cent per
Write at once for particulars, and
tliere are many s|>ecial pm lies desiring
cats that should at once communicate
in reference to It. We can and will
take care of this business in a satisfac
tory manner. Address,
John* Sebastian,
General Tkt and l’ass. Agt.
T. J. Andkhson, Chicago.
Ass’t Ag’t, Topeka, Kas.
This paper is on file and always ready
for reference at the I’ublic Library of
Denver, In the treat wing of the High
School, Nineteenth and Stout streets.
Subscribe for The llkuald and San
Francisco Weekly Call. Only $8.26 for
both papers. Specimen copies can be
had by addressing this office.
l'ossibly the future politician's earliest
impulse to smash the slate is when as a
l>oy he lias to go back to school after va
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, { „
Lucas County, j
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the Hrm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
| City of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and ttiat said Arm will pay tho sum
of ONE IIUNDKKD DOLL Alt S for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
Imi cured by the use of Hall’s Catarrh
Cure. Fkank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me arid suhscritied in
mv presence, this oth day of December,
A. I>. 1880. A. W. Gleason,
[seal] Notary I'ublic.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure istakeu internally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surface of the system. Send for
testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.
CjFSold by druggists, 76 cents.
One gray mare, 12 years old. No
brand. Can be seen at A1 Martin’s
(formerly Aicher’s) ranch, four miles
above Meeker. Apply to
Jul3o-sl7 Ferry Spurlock.
For Sale, at a Sacrifice.
A substantial two-room frame house,
wi.h a good aeilftr; also stable and other
out houses, together with three lots.
This properly ik located in desirable
part of town amrwlll be sold at a sacri
lice, as owner wants to go east. Inquire
at this office*
The Straight Ticket.
Ttia Democratic Mate couveulnm met
in I'uebio la«t Mo«Mta> ami rtauUMi in
a split, the "Straight*,” or Cleveland
Democrat*, hotted and organism! a little
convention of their own. while the ma
jority, or Weaver Democrat*, weut
ahead and endorsed the Weaver electors
ami Judge Hell fur emigre** lu this dis
trict. 'lire convention adjourned, how
ever. without putting up a Slat* ticket,
tl*e matter hr mg left to the State central
committee, which will meet during tne
coming week and put up a ticket repre
senting the I‘atlerson- Weaver wing of
the party.
The "Straight” Democratic ticket Is
as follows:
Governor Joseph 11. Maupiu. (Ihe
present attorney geueral )
Lieutenant-Governor —W. M. Mo*
Auditor—John 11. Fox.
Treasurer— W. It Hamilton.
Secretary of SUle-C. F. Nolan.
Superintendent of Public I Detraction
—N- H Coy (present lucumhent.)
IL-grtiU of Uie Stale Uulvendty
Henry Joliuwm and K. Champion.
I’rmidcutial Klee lots- J N. CarUle,
Charles O. I'nfug, Ansel Watroua and
James A. Shinn.
1 hey are all good men. three of them
—Mnutrs- Maupiu, Carltle and Coy, lin
ing being members of the iweaeut State
Itev. Myrou Heed waa nominated for
congress by both the Clevrlaml and
Weaver liemorrat*. which makes him
the nominee of three different parties,
hating been already nominated by the
People's Party.
We haven't heard who is to make the
race against Mr. Ixwell for legislative
honors. I»ut whoever the Democratic
standard-bearer may be be i* sure to
lie circled.
The C. O. P.
The lie publicans of Colorado put up
the following State ticket at their con
vention at Pueblo on the Mb and bill:
For Governor—J. C. Helm, of Kl Paso
count v.
Lieutenant Governor-J. M. Down*
lug. of Pitkin.
.Secretary of State— K. J. Katou. of Kl
Treasurer—Harry Mululx.of lak An
Auditor—Harry Tar bell, of Montrose.
Attorne\-General-C. S. Libby. of
Siiperlntmident of Public Instruction
-C. 11. Tlmherlake. of Phillips.
Hegeutn of the Sute University—J.
Temple, of lloulder. and ITof. Knapp,
of A rapalioe.
PteeldeaUal Kleetovs—lien Kston, 1).
H. Thot. M. Mown am! J. W.
The Republicans of this senatorial
district, comprising the counties of
Summit. Grand, Routt and Rio Hlanco,
iiomliiutcd ex-Attorney General Samuel
Jones for State senator. At the same
time John Smart was put up for repre
sentative for Summit and Grand, while
John W. I«nwell will represent Routt
and Itlo Hlanco—that is. If the Demo
crat's dou't soon get a move on them
selves and hustle up a candidate, In
which event Mr. l/owell will uot be
in it.
A Dairyman’s Paradise.
The Denver Times sa>s if a railroad
should lie built from Denver Into Middle
park and the territory In the Stale be
yond, one of the finest dairy countries
In the world would lie developed. No
liner grass or stock couutry exists. The
grass found in that portion of the State
is called blue-stem. It is very nutri
tious and contains other qualities help
ful to superior dairying. The elevation
of the country, too. Is such that cattle
never get overheated, and there is an
abundance of pure water from mount
ain streams and springs to Imi used in
the manufacture of butter. With rapid
transit to Denver from that district, the
Colorado priMlucers could force the east
ern products out of this market.
If Meeker or vicinity had a creamery
we think a good trade could be worked
up with the neighboring towns ns well
as the mining camps, with our present
transportation facilities. Until a rail
road reaches us wo are handicapped
not only in the industry mentioned hut
in many others wo might mention. Rio
Hi.mco’s coal and asphaltura would also
llud a market, and add such an impetus
to our prosperity as was never dreamed
Chicago Horse Market.
J. 8. Cooper, commission salesman of
horses, Union Stock Yards, Chicago,
says: The horse market for week end
ing September 7 lias been tlrm and
strong on all classes of smooth horses
with u particularly active demand for
Streeters and chunks. The receipts are
on quite a liberal scale, but the percent
age of horses with quality, age and
working conditions is small and barelv
ample to HU the requirements. The do
uiutid for extra good blocks and draft
horses remains unfilled from week to
week. Common horses, on the con
trary, are too plentiful. Coach and
extra good single and double driving
teams are scarce, with a limited de
mand. There have beeu no runge
horses on the market this week, with
considerable inquiry,especially for three
and four-year-olds, 1860 to 1200 lbs in
weight. The following is a summary
of prices: Draft horses, IGOO lbs, $l9O
to $226; 1100 chunks, $135 to $160; 1200
to 1300 chunks, $l2O to $145; Streeters,
SIOO to $115; express horses, $l7O to
$200; drivers, $126 to $200; rauge horses,
S3O to SOO.
The grasshoppers have been very bad
in Colorado ♦his vear, especially in Mesa
county, where they have very materially
interfered with both fruit and Held
rM. TUer. have to* I * .-tret many
appliance* usrd fur I j < I'niumatiou
of this peculiar peal, I ff all of them
have Imu only partial • r»»ful. a*
a rut* graiMhoppeni 6 M !u« irriga
tion, such a* i* ohUH b. the di*idiuf
•yalMn. A very sia| irumiv i* tu
taka a half barrel, $ iuu» it threw
quarter* bran, tweutf jci. t> while
araenic and two gatloi X
Uwm. Fill up the rfl Hth water and
mix carefully. Fits! ix the bran and
j aiYsttiic tin. Ful ilf |ln:-„vr* a! th*
foot of fiuit tree*, orl t*i.>>•..« |*rt« of
the Held Guard ( >t |>H*unlnf
household animals M l**c and «s*ju
tlie family Tltlaquf lt> t» said tu U>
sultW-lrut hi (Hutrct fa ** «r, MllliotUl
uf graa*liopi*rf« Itava Hi ullrd in thi*
way. _
Cholera at (???) With Us.
That diended epi«l V lodera, ha*
mad* iu in*ar—mbh Ynvk.aav
oral daatha fWf Iffir ■— N«| ra*
ported la last aveatef'a napata. The
tssshlml haa he* calk’d upsi hjr num
erous port autliuctti** to prohibit imtui*
graUua from foreign countries and Can
ada fur ninety day*.
A Base Insinuation.
Tl»e American hrsdUs gravely In*
•Ul* tlial Mark Twain’s fatement that
he visited the grave of Adam U a tic
ll>«. We fear that will grieve Maik
Twain to death. Tu liva as long tu tho
world lie ha*, tu tear such a ir|Mita
tluu for ps*rfrct veracity |a he has r*tab
lidird (or himself while In Nevada, and
theu to he rolled a Uar la his old da>s
must break him ail up (If all lie le
gends tie ever Wove out of III* fertile
hr at u; of ail Utr mouOnaitir* that Ids
facile pen ever predicted, we believe
he ha* always owoldered ttiat story
aUHit viniting Adam's grave as one uf
tils vert best lie*, and now after It haa
been in pnnt twenty team or more (it
have a great and reverent newspatwr
come out and solemnly amurn the world
that the story is a fiction. t« a liellrr
joke than evert ime of Mark Twain'*.—
.Salt lake Tribune.
Of the Same Opinion.
Ala mewling called to meiuoiy of the
late Lord Lvlton. "Owen Meredith,"
at which favorite quotation* from the
dead author were to be handed In lu
writing, every woman present gave the
follow mg:
•Tfcr kmrt >4 man is Ilk*- Ifesl •Irlk-vl* "r««l
W bt**S r»-|uin« to br irw«B(>l<<*l «*o U-i*ll> tt»-
Cr* ll |io* foflb ISo fnrsno< you wish lo
Tl* g .mils*, trust me. If n>4 m *. *i*rt."
All the men In the crowd gave In Ihe
quotaUon ouounencirg:
"O. buir fc-—j. ’-n*tr or (sir
We may live without frteu<fa. we may ll«e
wIIIhniI book*.
tlol r|rilt«e<l man ran nol li*r w|ih>xii nnk*.
We ray live without love-wtuit U |«wtiiti
(Hit pin Inal
Rut where Is the man that «wn Uve without
Verllv. the p<»et knew how to touch
the different citordsof the human heart.
—lmllanapnll* Journal.
Spell and Pronounce.
The most nkillful gauget 1 ever knew
was a maligned cobbler armed with a
{Milliard, who drove a peddler's wagon,
using a mullein stalk as an instrument
of coercion, to tyrannize over Ins ponv.
shod with calks. He was n German
Sadducee. mid had a phthtslcky catarrh,
diphtheria, and the billions, intermit
tent erysipelas. A cert tin sibyl, with
tho sobriquet of "Gypsy." went Into ec
stacies of cacliinnatiou at seeing him
measure a bushel of peat, and separate
saccharine tomatoes from a heap of po
tatoes. without dyeing or singeing the
igiiitibtc queue which he wore or Im*-
comlng paralyzed with a heinorrage.
Lifting her eyes hi Uie ceiling of tho
cupola of tho eapitol to conceal her un
paralleled embarrassment, making a
rough courtesy, and not harassing him
with mystifying, rarefying and stupefy
ing imiendoes, she gave him a couch, a
bouquet of lilies, mignonette and fuch
sias, a treatise on mnemonics, a copy of
the Apocrypha in hleroghphics,daguer
reotypes of Mendelssohn and Kosciusko,
a kaleidoscope, a dram phial of ipecac
uanha. a tcas|MM>nful naphtha for dele
bie purposes, a ferula, a clarionet, some
licorice, a surcingle, acarueliun of sym
metrical pr»|K)rtions, a chronometer
w ith movable balance wheel, a Im>x of
dominoes and a catechism. The gauger,
who was also a trafficking rectiiler and
a parishioner of mine, preferred a
woolen siirtoot (his choice was referable
to a vacillating, occasionally-occurring
idiosyncrasy), and wilfully uttered this
apothegm: "Lire is checkered; hut
schism, upostaev, heresy und villany,
however esoteric and malign, shall be
punished.” The sibyl apologizlngly an
swered: "There is no allegeable dif
ference betweeu a c>inferrable ellipsis
and trisyllable diajresis.”
Remarkable Literary Announce
Hawthorne's ".Scarlet Letter” and
lM)ngfellow’'s “Evangeline,” profusely
and (lnely illustrated, both for only 10
cents, post-paid, printed from large
(brevier) type, on fine super-calendered
book paper, and specimen pages free to
any one, Is tiie latest announcement of
John H. Alden, Publisher, 67 Rose St.,
New York. One would suppose they
would sell by the million, each work be
ing a famous author's most famous pro
Subscribe for Tub Herald and
Home Magazine, Mrs. John A. Logan’s
famous Washington monthly. Only
$8 per year for both publications to new
cash subscribers.
“Do you enjoy goofl health, Mr.
Testy?’’ asked “Yes; when
I get any,” snapped the old dyspeptic.
Democratic Convention.
tll*l«jt'UnUM Unit- «t«u i dI toll i
i t*mu i niiMinti,
SIMM. !«*., i, l*«t I
lu aerurdanew with instructions frutu
th* Dnnorratle County Central Cota
miller I nsiVMitUNi uf delegate* repre
senting Uie Ikettkueralie voters uf Uu>
lllaueu county Is hereby called to
meet at the omit house at Merkrr.
un Halurday, October Ist, l«C, at V
o’clock p ut . ft* the purpuse uf nomi
nating candidates fur each uf Ihe fol
lowing office*, t»»-wit:
County t'lsatuiMiouer.
County Judge, and
Frecinct officer*.
Al»*. tu attend lo such other husinea*
as may at he.
Representation iu thi* eouvmtiou
will he as follow*: lUngei). .n dele
gate*; While Itiver. 2, Meeket. ft.
Coal Creek. 2, Upper White, 2. Fice
anoe. 2. and Fuwaß Fork, I. %i
It Is reensamended that the
In the various imwlimu he Iteld on
Koluntay. Bei4emhrr 21. between lit**
Itouis uf 2 and 6 o r|urk p. til.
Thomas Kit.brrr.
Jamrs Lvm.it, 1 ban man.
The State Came Laws.
Gordon l-and, State game waidrn,
came in ye*tetda). says the Denver
Time* of August 2Dd. from a trip to the
notthriii part of tin* State, win-re lie
went hi l<»'k after violators of the game
and ffsli law*. In Geueva gulch, at
Gario's m* mill, he fi»**tid the iHh law
wa<* lieiug violate*! by the sawdust from
the mill being dumped Into the water,
to tho detriment of the Ash. Mr Gauo
was prompt!v arirstrd and lined I-Vi and '
n*t». and Mr. I«and says he pm|»»a* •
prosecuting every v lolator lie can catch
violating the fftoh or game law*.
"1 And that while Ihe law is twing
more respected each year.” said the!
commissioner to a Tunes representa
tive. "that there are vet a great many
violators, but they take desperate
chancre. In fact many violate the
game laws innocently, hut as all plead
ignorance when a clear case Is found
against them, all mav expect to be fully
prnerculcd when caught.
“I And iu one particular, with tegatd
to mountain sheep, that there Is an ap
preciable inercaar in this game animal
Mure the law is Iwiug enforced Mntiv
people are of the opinion that tho sainu
law governs mountain sheep that gov
erns deer, elk and ante|ti|M*. but ns a
matter of fact it is unlawful to kill, trap
or ensnare a mountain sheep in Colo
rado at an> time within (lie next eight
Vrais, the law bring at*o|utr|) prohib
itory. The name law applies lo liisoii.”
The lime for shooting glow* . q »a...
pheasant or prairie chicken In (his State
Is limited from the find of September to
the l’*th of Xovrmbrr <>f each year,
while the time for nh<Mttiiig ducks.
geeM*. lironts and kindred fowl extend* !
from Sept. I to April I. it l*emg unlaw - !
ful to trap, net or ensnare any of these
fowl ul uny season of the vear. Nor is
ll lawful to build Ares or set lights by
which geese, ducks or htnnl* will he at
tracted at night for the purixysc uf
lu any rase where n game warden ar
rests a violator of the game or Ash law.
the Ash or game lu possession of the ;
violator shall Im conAsrated and given
to the poor of the State. Any justice
of the pence iii the county where an ar
rest may Im* made under the game law , -
lets power to act ill the premise*. One- ■
half of the Hue collected from a line im- J
posed for a violation of these laws goes 1
hi the |M*rson furnishing the informa j
lion necessary for conviction, tho re- j
mninder to go to the sclmol fund.
The time during which doer, elk or
uutelo|M3 mav Im* killed is restricted to
from the first of July to the iir>t of De
cember, the killing of these being re
stricted to those having horns,ami llieao
lor f(Msl pur|(oses only, il being unlaw
ful to kill, wound or ensnare the femute
animal nt anv time.
The (MMinllieH provided for violators
of the State game laws ore tine or Im
prisonment. ami In mnnv instances it is
both line and imprisonment.
The time for Ashing with hook and
line for trout or other food Asti includes
seven months of the year, December.
January, February, March and April
Insing excluded, but it is unlawful to
seine or net Ash in Colorado streams or
to use any drug or any explosive for the
capture of Asli at an> season of the year.
These lisli and game laws are botli
receiving much closer attention this
year than usual, and encouraged n* ho
Is by the press, lovers of outdoor sport
iu general, and more especially Gy more
stringent laws. Commissioner Land piu
poses to push this matter as far us pos
sible-, and several additional wardens
will be put Into the Held to assist in en
forcing the laws this fall.
The Editor's Reward.
A brother editor, of a poetic turn of
mind, thus delivers himself:
The preacher works for the souls of
men, ami generally aets his pay; the
merchant reaps his reward iu profits
from day to day; the banker sits iu his
ofllee chair with his bundle of cash to
rent, and guthurs a harvest month by
month of a vigorous ten |M.*r cent; the
dealer in grog stands behind the bur ami
Alls up his schooners high, and jingles
the tin that the boys “blow in” for po
tions of old rve; tho lawyers and doctors
And work to do tiiat brings in tho hard
cold cash, and the men who yield to the
plane or spade, And money to buy their
hash; but tbe editor lias i thankless
tusk os the busy months roll ly, and he
knows no rest uf the body and brain,
while he misses his chance to die. His
reward in this world never comes, but
over the silent sea, if justice reigns, lie
is bound to have a protracted jubilee.
John W. Mukui, John C. Davis,
riMidout. Grbend Manages.
General Merchandise.
A Full Line of Everything
Usually Kept in a First-
Class General Store.
Agricultural Implements,
Barbed Wire, Hardware,
Tents, Tarpaulins and Wagon Covers,
Notions, Hats .and Gaps, 6ents' Furnishings, Buotu and Slices,
Buying all Goods direct from first
hands, for Spot Cash, we are
enabled to sell at reason*
able prices and defy
all competition.
Meeker, Colorado.
Mr*. «. C. WItICHT. Proprlctreoa.
I).\ V UOAItD. It Y TUB tt KKK. I".
x x
In Connection With the SJouso the
Hotel Bar, which is Always Well
Supplied with the Best of
Liquors and Cigars.
fVti\i-r (o mi. I>*ti 1— In T! Imkim. Tu
Hit* *li-m*inlto of th** travt lltitf |niMli tl.< 1 1 ■*
llnirton hn« put mi n fi*«i InlnMwnti D*-i»-
vrr nod Ht. GmiN. Thi- train Inm * I».-n\*-r
•tally nl V A. m. on I r*-a h« •- St. I - il. mI I "•
ihi’ n«*«l sft*-rin- n. n*i itnr ih«- run '.
hour* nmlCmlnuiv. ft l*.r «f »i
lll>iil<-l I’nlliiinii •I«#*|hi»«./hSIr < nr* mil •'!
rr*. .«-r\linr nil ni« u'« «*» / /n»nti-. 11} takliu
(hi* Irwin !■(••* iifrrn i nM only on-- uliitii mi
tb*-nn<l. mnl r< m S hL lanils many h'-ur* In
wlvani-** of ntbrr Hi'*-*. For tl«-krl-.In*
I- rtti- win I Information, lull nil jii) rullr*>w<l
tl< k»-t mr»-nl or n-Mr»*««. U. W. Vullcrj-, tl< n l
Agent, Kui Lkiiim-r «(.. |i nvi-r.
Fro** n t'llnlnir i-liwlr rar*—l’tillumn amt Wng
uor *l* *r-plug cwrw—l*i»lw«**’*llm-r« --n-i pi m n-*
■lniwlnir-nxmi mum li* « All tn*Mlf*ni liixnrlc*.
NinnlM’rS -The llwnner t.lmlli-t. SI. brnS lu
Clik-siro— G-wvi-* St. I.«>ul« 0.05 |>. in., iirrlvc-x
nl • lilnnru nt 7 n. in.
NmnlMrr 43—St. b»iil«-Bn*lnn - biivin SI.
Grill* wl 8:55 p. in., urri\i-« lluMnn nt I’.Vl <•• -
oml inurnlnir.
Number o—Llmltnd—G-ft\i • Kiiim* Cliy nt
fl:S0 p. iii., urrlvewyTOliilu LlVtn-xl iifu-in
NumlM-r IA-Niii»])t* Fsne’T.lmlK-l-l.i’iii
Uhlcngnnt liennp. in . • nt Mlninini l‘i ll
lh*- ••••»;! nM<-moun jgi 5. nn*l Ni-w Vurk :«i ;
(In* next monilng, t_*l st. (Hnilun.
NiimlK! 51-Gnivi-to < lilcnao :i p. m.. wrrln-*
Nlninmi Full* tti«- next i rnlnirnt h, mi l New
York nl 0:55 p. in.
Number 5 St. bml« Flyer— I.**n\« * ICnti-tt.
C’lly h::k p. m., nrrlvcw St. Ixnii- ~ n. m.
Numtior t—l<euren Knumi* L'lty 10 w. in., rr
rlvin St. Lou I" 8:15 p. in.
Numlx'r 4—l<envei Ih-nver s: 10 p. m.. nri l\ ••*•
St. Loiilm 7 m. in. *e« und dny.
Numl»er IV— Kun«n* Clly-t.'hlcnßo l. « ,km-i
K (,'liy «l«lly p. m.
Cotninerelul Agent.
I£j; I7lh tot., Deliver.
C. A. R., Attention.
The old reliable Missouri FaciAc rail
way. the veteran line west of the Mis
sissippi river, is now iu the field with
the lowest of rates, and choice of differ
ent lines, going antLoMfturning to the
Twenty-sixth Annual J-Jicainpinent of
the G. A. IU at \Ya.4iington, 1).
.September 20lhl 1892. |
From points ip (’olorado, tickets to be
on sale Septcmljer loth to 17th, inclu
sive; Anal return limit. October 12th.
For further information write or call
on C. A. Tripp, general western agent
Missouri FaciAc R'y, or E. E. Hoffman,
traveling passenger agent, IW2 Larimer
street, Denver, Colo.
Reduced Rates.
September lit!/to 18th, inclusive, the
Hiirlinglou Route will sell lound-trip
tickets from Deliver to ’Vashington ami
Haiti more ut s,l2.kT. yiod to return un
til October 12th. Wls rate is open to all.
The Meeker Stables.
Under Harryi Barnard's management
this place la ruikwitb a view to giving
the traveling public good accommoda
tions and treatment. Try 111.
M ■ ■ i i
rinon III* I»'W Drop l!'t« 't 1C* • It!: it*
they «!*• M m JJ'*k Ui**\ nbk'ir/
Itllcy- 15.1.:i-i* Idrop in.
A Leader.
fil'.rw I*ll*-* t tutt• r**t ..ti, Lleclrio
IIitt«r Ij.is 1 v In popular
fator, until now it 1 clearly in tho lead
iitnnnff pure m<-!iciunl ton.** ami altera
tive- containing nothing which pi mill**
iti use n« u beverage **r Intoxicant, it le
te.:oguir**«I as the I**. t an*] puri■; t medi
cine fur nil iilltiirnis «*r h?‘ i ich. liver
• *r kiilnc; .<*. It will cure *1* k hcaihiclic,
indigntlon, constipation. ami drive ma
in r hi from ll*.* Mr-tem. Satisfaction
gu.minted Wilhcach h-U’eor the money
refunded. I’ricc only Mic. per bottle.
Sold bv all dniggtaLa.
Colorado rover•* more territory than
New Volk, refill:.. Ivaota, New .I**i****v
Delaware and IJi* >•!■- lalun I eo'iibimsl.
Guaranteed Cure.
I We ouUutr:/.'* our ndverti-*::g drug
gist to sell Dr. King's new i>. covery
for consumption, coughs and colds. up
on this condition: if von are ufllieted
with n cough, cold or any lung, throat or
chest trouble, and will use litis remedy
as directed, givtog it a lair trial, and ex
perience no biineilt, you may return the
Iroltle and have your money refunded.
We could not make this < lTer did wo not
know that Dr. King's New Discovery
could I e rolled on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at any drug store.
| Largo siz** Or and fid'.
il Uirnnnl.fa* rum Ing tl i 'i< • ker
i feed, sale and llwTy stubbs in a man
ner satisfactory tadiis patrons.
•‘All." sbo mm inured as her lather
hustled two would-be visitors from tlio
frontdoor. -I think 1 hear the rustling
of the leaves/’
Bucklin’s Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and ail skin eruptions, ai d |*>si
lively cures piles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price 2d
cents per box. For sale by all druggists.
lUjpai sTa to 1 1 m dy.
They Advance tho Freight.
Martin «V Sbdrlock p.v. ail freight
charges on p <xfs'ut raihoad and collect
same freight to Meeker
The Boss Saddler.
William It. Thompson, the saddler
and liarnessmalfor. is now located at-
Bills with a tin** ayortumnt of goo !•; in
his line. Live UiTly a call.

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