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THE MEEKER HERALD.
VOL. X.—NO. 23.
JOHANTGEN & KELLY,
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J. W. HUG US, J. C. DAVIS,
President. Vlco-Presldont.
A. C. Mout.ton. Cashier.
BANK OF MEEKER
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/"VUINTIN B. KELLY,
' NOTARY PUBLIC,
MEEKER. - - - - COLORADO.
yy S. BItUNEU, M. D.,
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Office, Seventh Street, Near Main.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AT I
G MEN WOOD SrniNOS, Colo., Dec. 28, 1894. f
NOTICE —Is hereby given that the following
named settler bus llled notice of his Inten
tion to make linn I proof In .support of hl.s
claim, and that said proof will be inude be
fore the Clerk of the County Court of Itlo
Bluneo county, at Meeker, Colo., on Februury
19, 1895, at 10 o'clock a. m., viz:
Andrew P. War lick, of Meeker, Colo., on his
I*. I). 8. No. 197.'3, Uto. for the S !4 NE !4 and
NW NE >4 Sec.2B.Tp. 1 N.. H. 9t3 W.tJth V. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, uml cultivation
of, said land, viz:
A. J. Yotinker. J. B. Burch, J. D. Ainlck and
Samuel Martin, ull of Meeker, Colorado.
J5-f9 J. B. Philippi, Register.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
IIY
The Wabash Man.
No. 1.
It costs, approximately, to run the govern
ment of tho United States, uunually—s4lo,433.-
079.00.
The Wabash It. It. Is the shortest line be
tween Kansas City and St. Louis.
The weather bureau of the United States
costs about $820,000.00 per annum.
From Chicago to Detroit the short line Is the
Wabash—272 miles. This forms u portion of
the celebrated Nlngru Falls Short Line to Now
York and Boston.
The live beef cattle exported from this coun
try during the past year were 363,535 head.
It Is Impossible to say Just bow many of
these were shipped over the popular Wubash
R. It.
The average cost of 11 railway locomotive Is
$lO,OOO, and their life Is somewhat less than
that of a well cared for horse.
The Wabash If. It. Is the only line running 11
la carte cars between Chicago and New York.
Anxious Reader: —No. There Is no truth
whatever lu the report that Governor Waite
will not allow bis hair to be cut until he Is
elected governor of Illinois.
The Wabash It. It. lands you In New \ ork at
7:50 a. in., saving you one night’s hotel bill.
Look out for bulletin No. 2.
C. M. HAMPSO.V,
Commercial Agent, Denver, Colo.
Homebody, who wants to explain what
the editorial “we” signifies, says it has
a variety of meanings, varied to suit
the circumstances. For an example:
j When you read that “we expect out
wife home to-day” (this, ol' course,
doesn’t apply to us unfortunates who
have no wile), “we” refers to the
editor-in-chief; when it is “we area
little late with our work,” it includes
the whole office force, even to the devil
and the towel; in “we are having a
boom,” the town is meant; “we re
ceived over 700,000 immigrants last
year,” and it embraces the nation; but
“we have hog cholera in our midst”
only means the man who takes the
paper and does not pay for it is very ill.
—St. Louis Evening Press.
+*++
“When yoli hyuh or man claimin' ter
be a Jonah,” said Uncle Eben, “voh am
jestified in liabin* suspicions dat ho am
too lazy ter hustle foil good luck.”--
Washington Star.
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BAKING
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40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
MEEKER, COLO., SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1895.
ARE WE TO HAVE A RAILROAD
AH Indications Point to an An
swer in the Affirmative.
Eastern Capital Ready to Make an
Investment.
The following communication needs
no explanation at our hands. It is said
the writer is a responsible man, and, as
lie states, is a railway builder of ex
perience :
La Junta, Colo., Jan. 3, 1895.
Messrs. Hay & Walbridgo, Meeker, Colo.:
Dear Sirs— Plenee bo kind enough to give
inn your Idea about constructing a line of rail
road from Rllle to Meeker and through the
Ynmpn valley viu Craig and thence towards
Steamboat Springs. Mr. Dean and myself have
had tho matter In hand for some time, nnd
have succeeded In Interesting an eastern syn
dicate, and if we can show them It will ho a
good thing we can got money to build It at
once.
Could you Interest some of your heading citi
zens and get them to tuke a hand and help get
the company organized? I just returned from
the east u few days ago nnd find thut eastern
capitalists uro very anxious to plnco their
money In good security In tho west.
Please give me an Idea how your people feel
on the subject, and I will try and be In Meeker
some time within the next thirty days. From
what I know of tho country I see no reason
why this road would not be a fine thing, and
think a preliminary survey could bo made and
a prospectus gotten out with a small cost.
Mr. Dcun ami myself are both practical rail
road men, and have hud long experience in
construction work, and 1 am confident wo can
get the scheme through If we cau got tho
proper assistance from tho citizens of Meeker,
Craig and Steuinboat Springs.
Could you arrange to have a meeting of your
best men at Meeker some time about the flrst
of Februury, no thut wo can talk tho plan over,
and organize a company, so that wo can make
a preliminary survey at once. Also advise
whether or not we could get the ties and
bridge timber In thut part of tho state. Please
reply soon. Yours truly, J. B. Pkaiick.
Now, wo have had several railway
projects (on paper) during the past few
years, and, while they have all ended in
talk, this may end the same way; but,
nevertheless, we believe in giv ig due
consideration to everything in that line,
and one of these days the sleepy ones
will be aroused from their slumber by
the whistle of the locomotive as it
rushes down Flag creek.
At the request of a number of citizens
a meeting of property owners and others
interested is called to assemble at the
court house on Thursday next (January
17th) at 7:30 p. in., to take some action
in conformity to Mr. Pearce’s sugges
tions.
If tho next congress can accomplish
no more than the present one little will
be gained bv calling an extra session.
Governor Mclntire and other state
officers were Inducted into office on
Tuesday with much pomp and cere
mony. The governor’s initial message
is a very sensible document and made
a good impression.
Frank P. Warner has succeeded 11. 13.
Swartz as editor of the ltille Reveille.
Mr. Warner is a practical printer, be
sides being a versatile writer of known
ability, and will undoubtedly make a
success of his latest undertaking.
The action of the syndicate of bank
ers which bought the recent issue of
bonds was not calculated to make
friends for tho Carlisle currency bill,
which would, if it became a law, place
the entire currency system in the hands
of bankers.
True to his ante-election promises,
Mr. Lowell has introduced bills in
the legislature for the construction of
bridges across White river and Snake
river. We presume the White liver
bridge will be located at Rangely where
it is badly needed.
The Durango Herald and Southwest
have consolidated and will appear here
after as tho Herald. The publishers
no doubt came to tho wise conclusion
that there was no need of publishing
two daily papers where one was all that
was necessary- Tho Herald is a good
paper and the people of Durango ought
to give It a liberal support.
J. C. Davis, “Jack,” as ho is famili
arly known to all okl timers, is in the
light for United States senator for
Wyoming, and with a chance of win
ning. If tho best wishes of a multitude
of friends could elect him, Mr. Davis
would have a walk-away.—Rifle Rev
eille.
Since the above was put in typo wo
learn, with regret, that Mr. Davis has
withdrawn from the race. This action
insures tho selection of ex-Congressman
Clark and ox-Souator Warren, and gold
bug Carey becomes a back numbor.
There is a whole lot of truth and good
sense in tho following from tho Pitts
burg Guzotto: “All this talk about a
rich man having more friends than a
poor man won’t do to depend on. We
have seen men with plenty of money
who had few friends, and men in poor
circumstances whose friends wero le
gion. If a man is tho right kind of a
man he will have friends, no mattor how
poor his condition, and if he is the
wrong kind of a man his money will not
draw to him manv sincere friends.
Genuine friendships cannot be bought
with money.”
PITHY PARAGRAPHS.
Some help themselves, some tho poor.
But everybody y6lla, “Shut tho door!”
th
warted money—that spent at Wash
ington by the Nicaragua canal lobby,
t+t
The congressional brain, taken as a
whole, shows no beneflt from tho long
holiday.
tit
In many instances the “new leaf”
had hardly ceased to flutter ere ’twas
soiled past cleansing.
+++
The adjournment of the Lexow com
mittee brought out a big crop of men
who demaud vindication.
tit
The trouble with the alleged Ilill-
Quay anti-income tax senatorial com
bination is lack of followers.
tit
The Nicaragua canal lobby made a
serious mistake when it failed to square
itself with Senator Sherman.
tit
Bad a3 well as good examples are con
tagious. The meat trust lias followed
the sugar trust in cutting wages,
tit
The man with a “pull” is just as
strong in New York as. lie ever was.
The only change is in the “pull.”
tit
It is the old story. The wickedness
of the other fellows horrifies us to such
an extent that we cannot see our own.
tit
“Pansy” Butler isn’t dead; nor is he,
like the other pansies, hibernating until
Spring. He is a very much alive, up-to
date book ageut.
tit
Somebody has discovered that bad
water drives more men to whisky thau
trouble does. The same fellow probably
considers ail water bad.
tit
A great many people cannot get rid
of the idea that the Lexow committee
stopped as soon as it got high enough to
uncover the great big rascals,
t+t
To charge a man with tho intention
of evading the income tax is to charge
him witli being a thief, although some
people do not seem to recognize that
fact.
tit
Dr. Talmage has decided to preach
regular Sunday afteroon sermons in a
New York theatre. He always was in
clined to be somewhat theatrical in his
delivery.
tit
Colonel Breckinridge’s attempt to
catch American dollars on the lecture
platform bids fair to be as great a
failure as liis recent attempt to catch
Kentucky votes was.
tit
There is great danger that the short
age in accounts disease may become
epidemic. A man is afmost afraid to
turn down his annual balance sheet lest
he uncover a new case.
tit
If Li Hung Chang, is in doubt where
to go, now that he is entirely out of of
fice, lie should apply to some of the
American statesmen out of a job. If
he will bring that $.'300,000,000 with him
there’s nothing he may not aspire to.
tit
Georgia and Alabama negroes are go
ing to Mexico in considerable numbers.
This will probably be a good thing for
all concerned. The states named and a
number of others can easily spare a con
siderable portion of their negro popula
tion.
Letter Lint.
The following letters remain in the
postoffice at Meeker. Colorado, uncalled
for, for the month ending Dec. 31st,
1804, which if not called for in 30 days,
will bo sent to the dead letter office :
Rhodes, J W Richards, Chas 11
Smith, Arthur M.
In calling for any of the above letters
please say “advertised.”
F. N. JoHantokn, P. M.
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Robbie—A picnic.—lnter Ocean.
Immemorial custom is transcendent
law.—Menu.
The Bore—Oh, excuse ine; l didn’t
know you wero so busy or l wouldn’t
have dropped in. When is your busiest
time? Tho Editor—When anybody
calls.—New York Press.
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