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AN INDIAN FIGHTER SUFFERS AGONIES FROM DISEASE. Wm la thm Battle With tha Apache# Whea OwMUa* Vu Capt iitd. From the Press. Hew York City. Worn with the exposure of mrmy Me on the frontier, and poisoned hr the continual drlnkin* of alkali water Joseph Flegauf returned te Philadel phia elyht years a*o, broken down in health and unable to do any work. *• ■*™ ed flve F**r« with the Ninth United States Infantry in many a desperate fl*ht with the Indians in Arlaona and other frontier states and had won an enviable record. In the fleroe conflict when Geronimo, the famous chief of the Apaches, was cap tured, Mr. Fleuffauf was among the brave soldiers who. forgetful of every thing but duty, charged upon the hos tile Indians. Life on the plains sent to an untimely death many soldiers who were never touched by a redskin's bullet or arrow, and Mr. Flegauf came near such a fate as that. A long time before his time was out he was taken seriously ill, but he stuck to his post until sn honorable discharge was Anally given to him. When he reached Philadelphia, the Indian fighter was scarcely more than skin and bones, and for three weeks he lay desperately ill in a hospital. He felt dlssv, and his stomach felt as if It had dried up. These symptoms were accom panied by bloody dysentery, which no medicine seemed to relieve. After two years of suffering. Mr. Flegauf came to New York and was treated by several physicians. These did not agree, some calling his disease catarrh of the stomach, and Others chronic diarrhoea. 1® ■P«» k,n * to a reporter about his Illness Mr. Flegauf said the doctors helped him. but, with all the money he spent for advice and medicine, he was able to work only a small part of the time. Since moving to hla present home. No. 517 West Forty-second street. In New York, about a year ago, Mr. Flegauf has been so ill that his voice and hearing almost left him. Then all medicines failed, and the sick man had little hope of recovery At this critical time Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People were reoommended te Mr. Flegauf. and, almost as a last hope, he began taking them. * The beneficial effect of the medicine was felt at once,” Mr. Flegauf told the reporter, "and before I had taken a bos t Began to eat with relish. Three boxes msde me so much better that I began work and have been able to keep at it lines, for five months.” Dr. Williams* Pink Pills contain all «»c«*»*ry te give new life and richness te the blood and restore E fckttsred nervea. They are for sale by t all dniggists. or may be had by mail (rein Dr. Williams* Medicine Company, MUnsctady. N. Y.. for 50c per box, or •It boxed for >2.50 “Isabel, I don’t see why you have to spend two days In one week at the same bargain counter. ” ‘‘Why. it takes one day to get bargains and the next day to exchange them.” rATTBMINO BOOS COSTS OKI CENT The editor recently heard of a farmer fattening hoge at less than one cent s pound. This was made possible through ths sowing of Salter’s King Barley, yielding over 100 bu. per acre, Golden Triumph Corn, yielding 200 bu. per acre, and the feeding on Sand Vetch. Toosinte, Hundredfold Peas. etc. Now. with such yields, the growing of bogs Is more profitable than a silver mine. Salter’s catalogue Is full of rare things for the farmer, gardener and cit izen, and the editor believes that It would pay everybody a hundred-fold to get Salter’s catalogue before purchas ing seeds. If yon will cut this out and itnd U with 10 cents postage to the John A. Salter Seed Co., La Croese, Wis., they will mail you their mammoth seed cata logue and 10 samples of grasses and grains, including above corn and bar ley, Catalogue alone, 5c postage. w. n. The boy looked worried. "Why does It rnln. papH?’ r suddenly asked Young Hopeful. "To make the grass und the vegetables grow." “Then why d<s-s it rain on the ■treels?" And Y’oung Hopeful went to bed. It tha Baby la Cutting Teeth, B* turn and tua that old and well trbsl remedy. Hu WmsLOW’ii Bootmiso Brail- for Children Teething. The now photography which shows the bones but not the flesh may he of use to people learning to carve. "Brown’s Bronchial Troches” are unri valled for relieving Coughs. Hoarseness and sll Throat Troubles. Hold only In boxes. E«1 Howe Says that when a girl says she Is King to be sn Old maW It la safe to say she a had s recent proposal which Is looked upon with favor. . .■r» yy?.y.Mff Gladness Comes VlTith a better understanding of the W transient nature of the many phys foarqia, Which vanish before proper ef tOfife . , gsntle efforts—pleasant efforts— rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not dne to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt ly removes. That is why It U the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed-so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial ■ effects are due to the fact, that it Is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organa on which it acta. It ia therefore all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine arti cle, which is. manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by of good health, and the system la regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. 1 1 sflUeted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and-is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. CAN’T REGULATE HIM. MOB TACKLES THE WRONO MAN Battle Bvtw-M a Florida |«t tlar aad a Gang of Masked Mam.—HU Winchester Used Freely With Terrible Cfftet. Plant City. Fla., March 7.—ln a des perate battle with regulators Bowen Sykes shot four meu fatally and wounded six others more or less ser iously. Sykes lives in the Peru neigh borhood of tills (Hillsboro) county and for aome cause has Incurred the enmi ty of his neighbors. Within the past ten days he lias received notices to leave, under threats of death. On Wed nesday Sykes found a rudely-drawn coflln ou his front door, and under neath the statement that unless he left Immediately lie would lie killed. Sykes determined not to leave and prepared to defend himself against the expected attack. The attack came Thursday morning about 1 o’clock. At that hour a mob of fifteen masked meu broke down the door and entered Sykes’ house. Sykes was ready, and us the regulators en tered he opened fire with a Winches ter rifle. Sykes fired as rapidly as jios sible and soon four of the regulators were down ami the others fled In ter ror. Sykes continued to fire nt the fugitives ns long as they were in range and is confident six others were wounded. Sykes then tore the masks from the four men who had fallen, and found that they were John and Alonzo Barnes, John Gilliland and Dennis Driggers. The Barnes brothers were shot through the head and cannot live. Gillilnnd and Driggers were shot lu the chest, and their wounds are also fatal. Sykes immediately came here and re ported the tragedy, and swore out war rants for the regulatdrs. Officers went out to arrest the memliers of the mob. They found the four men named dying and report that six others are too bad ly wounded to lie removed. Nearly ev ery man in the neighborhood was hurt There was a wounded person in nearly every house. Sykes snys he has done nothing to be “regulated for,” and pro poses to remain in the neighborhood If he bus to kill every man in It. THINK DAY OF DOOM IS AT HAND. Hla*t# From a Dinner Horn Mlitakcn for Gabrlol’a Trumpet. Lexington, Ky., March 7.—The predic tion that Perrlne’s comet would strike the earth is fully believed by the peo ple of these sections of Eastern Ken tucky, which are not penetrated by rail roads. Ever since It was reported that the comet would atrllco tUu sarth •*. vlvals have been going on all over Knott county. Twelve different Baptist preachers have been holding forth every night before congregations in school houses, in cabins, and in the coun house at Hindman. The preachers be lieve that the end of the world is at hand, and expect their hearers to make peace with God. While the Rev. Mr. Carpenter was ad dressing an Immense audience at Hind man court house a few nights ago a young reprobate ascended a hill back of the building and blew three unearthly blasts on a dinner horn. One of the ex cited women in the congregation shrieked: “I told you the Lord was coining. Don’t you hoar His ang«*l blow?” Almost a panic followed her words, and the people fled from the building, seeking safety at home. Many people have fled to the caves of the Cumber land Mountains and are living there in hourly expectation of dost ruction. A Ku«h to Alaska. Port Townsend, Wash., March o. The steamer City of Topeka left here last night for Alaska, having ou board 650 passengers. 110 dogs and a full cargo of freight. Many of the passengers, having paid their fare, are going to the Yukon coun try without a dollar in their pockets. The steamer Willapa left here yesterday for Alaska with a cargo of humanity, dogs and freight, similar to that carried by the Topeka. The steamer Alkl, with accommoda tions for 420 passengers, arrived to-day from San Francisco and will leave on Monday for Alaska. Passengers came ashore from the Toj>eka anti offered as high as $25 apiece for large dogs to haul sledges to the gold fields after reaching Juneau. (TnlfirNllit Collage May Go Under. Akron, Ohio, March 7.—The Rev. Dr. Orello Cone, president of Buchtcl Col lege, handed his resignation to-day to the Board of Trustees of the Institution. He gives ns his reasons that the college, on account of straightened financial cir cumstances, has no prospects for the fu ture, and that the Universallst church, by which denomination It Is conducted. Is divided on the policy to be pursued In regard to sectarian control. A meeting of the trustees will be held on March 18, when the fate of the Institution will be determined. The college was found ed In 1870, and the late John R. Buchtel gave over $500,000 to It. A Provo Scandal. Salt Lake City, Utah, March O.—A sensation was created here to-ulght over developments concerning the death of Evelyn Bonnett, a beautiful girl of Provo, who died In this city on Sunday night. Several suspicious cir cumstances lt‘d to uu Investigation and the body was exhumed. It showed that death had resulted from A crimi nal operation, and to-day Dr. McOsy. one of the attending physicians, Mi Mrs. Massey, at whose bouse the gill died, were arrested. In the evenlFg Sim Diggins, a saloon keeper of Pro vo, Dr. Noyes, a physician of that place, and Frank Carter, to whom. It is said, the girl was engaged, were AT* rested on the charge of murder. NoyCi and Carter are not thought to be impli cated. but the feeling was lntenoo against Duggins. Large crowds gath ered on the streets of Provo, and for 0 time there was talk of a lynching. All of the prisoners were brought to Salt Lake to-night for safe keeping. RESTRICT UNITED STATES COURTS. Bill AffKtlai Contempt Cum lUfftlf by Labor Lenders. Washington. D. C., March 7. —Co h gressman Phillips of Pennsylvania 1 b traduced to-day. at the request of i ft executive council of the American Fc l eration of Labor, a bill to restrict t a Jurisdiction of United States courts a proceedings for contempt. It psff vides: "That the courts of the United States, sitting as courts of equity, -H r not have jurisdiction to punish for contempt any person charged with the violation of any order or decree of court whose acts lu tho premises con stitute, arise out of, or are connected with the commission of any offense In dictable under the law of the United States, or of the state In which the of fensive act is committed, but In every such case the offense against the court shall be deemed merged in the greater offense against the state or the United States." The bill does not apply to United States courts sitting as courts of law, ns distinguished from courts of equi ty, and only applies In the latter case in two Instances, where the contempt charged Is the violation of an order or decree of court, or where it makes the offender a princi|>al in or accessory to a crime. GEN. MERRITT’S MISSION. Believed That Cleveland Will Sand Him to Cnba. Chicago. March 7.—A local paper says: The rejiort that General Wesley Merritt, commander of the Department of the Missouri, has been summoned fo Washington for a conference with the president and his advisers on a secret mission of importance is believed by army men In this city, to be true. At army headquarters, it is said that Pres ident Cleveland contemplates sending a military commission to Cuba to examine Into the condition of affairs on the Island and It Is surmised that General Merritt ia to t>. lutruaieu witn tne leadership or the commission. No member of General Merritt’s staff, however, ia willing to be quoted in the matter ns the secrecy that is being observed at Washington enjoins silence. The president, it is said, favors the idea of a commission to Cuba to report on the condition of affairs there. He took this course when there was a ques tion of the true status of affairs in Ha waii by sending Commissioner Blount to that island, and he recently obtained the appointment of the Venezuelan Boundary commission. That the presi dent believes in the wisdom of the com missions is further shown by the fact that he favored the appointment of com missioners to nil international bimetallic congress to consider the financial situa tion. Final Victory for Laldlaw. New York, March 7.—The Appellate division of the Supreme court hna af firmed the judgment of $40,000 ob tained against Russell Sngc by Wil liam R. Lnidlaw for injuries sustained by the latter in the bomb explosion in Mr. Sage’s office several years ago. The court also allowed Mr. Laldlaw $21,000 for counsel fees and costs. The decision was unanimous. The opinion of the court was written by Justice Patterson, who presided at he second and third trials, the one re sulting in a disagreement, and the i other In u reversal. The opinion snys that after examin ing the whole case, which contained over 200 exceptions, covering every thing said or done by Justice Ingra ham at the fourth trial, which was not in the Interest of the defendant, tin court Is unwilling to order a fifth trial, und that the case Is finally In a proper condition to be passed on, as to the question of law Involved, by the court of last resort. Church Social Sensation. Terry, Okla., March 7.—During the progress of a church social at Endlcott school house, twenty miles north, Lulu Thornton whipped Jarrett Means with a horsewhip because he had slandered her. During a general fight which fol lowed, several people were seriously in jured. Six men and Miss Thornton are under arrest. Honduras Help# X caragaa. Tegucigalpa, Honduras. March 6.- Uenernl Bonilla, the minister of war, has left tl Is city with a force of troops to assist I te army of President Zelaya of Nicaragua in suppressing the insur rection of the Leonists in that republic. General Davllla left Tegucigalpa to day with additional troops to assist President Zelaya. The government of Honduras has sent about 2/ MV ? men lu all to Nicaragua. “THE WOODEN HEN” £SS? l ch i ckeiu ***** Ilia inohMjwtU |«ta «r« dra « JS 1 * *> Mr 000 H Stekl, Kfr .QuiEr. HE "w/CiTS: Wco4aa He*," atao large eats lo * Be - Both neat free. Monties ftk| Wj 11 Poor Girl. 1 ca “ overlook his past,” sighed the grieved mid mortified young woman, alter a careful Inspection of the ring sue had just received from her lover, out I own I am bitterly disappointed with his present.” The diamond was paste. MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ANNUSLLY. And more could be made by ths farmers If they would plant Salzer’s big crop ping seeds, because Salter’s seeds sprout, grow and produce, giving you from 4 to 6 tons of hay per acre, over 200 bu. of corn, 116 bu. of barley, 1,200 bu. Of potatoes, 209 bu. Silver Mine Oats and the like per acre. These are pos itive facts, all of which can be substan tiated hy oath Now. tha *4ltor asks why sow poor seeds and get poor yields, when such big. bountiful yields are pos sible? Salzer’s catalogue tells you all about it. If yon will cat thle oat and tend It with 10 cents postage to the John A. Salzer Seed Co.. La Crosse. Wls., you will receive their mammoth catalogue and 10 samples of grain and grass seeds, worth $lO to anybody to get a start from. Catalogue alone, 5 cents post age. w.n. And the Conversation Ceased. "I can tell by the way you talk,” ob served tin- passenger who was eating peanuts, “tliut you're from the Pacific j coast.” "My voice! doulrtless," frigidly re plied the passenger who was In his docking feet, "has a kind of Puget Sound about it." Stop Thief! Stop a small malady, which Is stenting your Jtrength, In-fore It outruns your power to ar rest It, and recover what it took from yon. The safest aud promptest recuperator of waiting vitality Is Ilostetter's Stomach Bit ters. which renews vigor, flesh and nerve quietude because It restores activity to those functions whose Interruption Interferes with general health. Use the Bitters for dyspep sia. malarial, rheumatic aud kidney com plaints and Mltonsness. Thirsty Tourist -Isn't fifty cents rather steep f-tf a lemonade'/ Cripple Crook Bar tender—Bleep! Saw! Wy, you went an et the lemon! Catarrh Can Not Be Cured With local applications, as they can not reach the seat of the disease. Ca tarrh Is a blood or constitutional dis ease. and In order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acte di rectly on the blood and mucous sur-. faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not t quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this coun try for years, and Is a, regular prescrlp kliownT combined wlOi tfce %est mood purifiers, acting directly on th? mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what producer such wonderful results In curing Ca tarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists; price, 75c. Hall's Family Pills. 25c. "I)ah Ik too many folks," said Uncle Bbcn. "dat ain’t willin' ter share nullin' hut dab Horrors." FITS -All Fit x stopped free by I)r. K line's <; rent Nerve Restorer. NoKJUafter tiictirM day's um*. Marvelous cures. Treatise ami trial t>oi tie free t > Fit cakes, beud to Dr. Kllne.Wl ArchSL.Bhlla., l'a. Women'H sleeves are growing smaller. That's a fashion hnlletin that bids man hop.- and forget the studies in dry goods bills that so long have haunted him. rmttmtmttmmtmotttttttttiirjJiiiL J| Hosts of people go to work ill J the wrong way to cure a (J I y mi t St. Jacobs OU SSIV."v r ,%1U7 l?, e I*l T I 111 1 ' _ _ , I* ■5 JS. —— • e» ___ i __ ___ ' SL -JL HI trl . -I I V L-X. I—L-.-l. -I—l FIELD AND HOC FENCE WIRE. 80, 88, 48, 80, o.* B 8 inches high- Quality arid workmanship the best. Nothing on the market to compare with it. Write for full inforniittion. UNION FENCE COMPANY. PE KALB, ILL. .. 4th PRIZE CONTEST.. f 81ft 3d Prize. Cisl 50 00 5 10 Cul Prlzii, iicl 125 250 00 t 10 Cask Prlzii, nek $lO OOOOi 60 Cul Mtu, lick )2 120 00 4 83 Prizes S 1,195 00 Vyt f »o*.r.7s * t ) r..n IsnSt necessary to use every letter of the alphabet. The other prises will N ! k to In rexulnr order to those competitors whose sentences are next In length. A i ’ Every competitor whose sentence reaches twenty-two letters will receive a paper T i ) covered volume containing twelve of Wilkie Collins' novels whether he wins n urlxe 0 k or not This con test closes April 15. 1«». Theprlso winners will be announced one A ( ’ week later and the winning sentences published. In case two or more prlr®-*!”' N ( i nlng sentences are of tne same length preference will »>c given ? ! k Each competitor must construct his own sentence, and no person will he allowed A 1 tn enter this contest more then once. Sentences can not lie corrected or substituted \ , ) thJy arc received Residents of Omaha arc not permitted to compete. < k directly or Indirectly. (• ’ RULES FOR THK SINTER©E-(No Others Furnished.) . > i The length of a sentence Is to be measured bv the number of letters Jt contains, > ( • but no letter can be used or counted more than three times. \o word ®*£®PV? x ' k ean be usod more than once. The sentence must consist of complete words, t) < Signs. fIXtS übhrovU, lons or contractions, etc must not be used The pronoun ' t • "p and theartlcle "a" will bo accepted as complete words. Proper nouns cannot r ) be used. Each contestant must Indicate by figures at the end of his sentence bow j) ( I olT.r I. m.d. b, th. W.lKI.r World-11 *KAI.n, o( which # , k the distinguished ex-congressman. (» WILLIAM J. BKYAN, I* Editor, • <> 1 mod II l» required that >ich commUn* Mntence lie enclosed with one dollar.for » , | I - wear . subscription. The Wnuci.T Wom.D-llin*r.n Is Issued In soml-woeklf sec ; 1 Jftwsr chu,n ’ ~m oi ;; Addr ”" WeekluWorld-Herald.Omaha.Net). | ( 1 FIRST contest closed February 28. IWS. * , i SECOND contest closed May 2D. 1805. ( ‘ THIRD contest closed February 15. . I 1 Winner of Knabe Flano In third contest was I). D. Light, Trenton Mo. ! k Wlbneroff 100 cash prize In same contest was Mrs. Mary L.Dunbar. Garrison,Neb. . E Winner of $5O cash prize was Mrs. 1- lon-neej honitoii.^Wshlngton^JM3. The proprietor of the Greeley Nurseries. Mr. G. J. Bpesr. will put out a large fruit farm soon. The Greeley Nurseries make a specialty of Colorado grown tra®*, and have one of V»e oldest and best nurseries In the State, and have done much to forward the fruit interoats. They pot out several ra rletlea each year for experimental purposes. *’£■ Simpkins a silver democrat?" "No, I think he's brass.'' For lung ami chest diseases, PI go's Cure Is the best medicine we have usod. -Mrs. J. L Northeott. Windsor, Out., Canada. “Row was bride given away?" By her complexion." The reviving powers of Parker's Ginger to ‘fi»P«MAhle in every home, tresi yletd to h **' C °* dS ao<l every ,orui of du * Tho old man Tikes to tell about the tough ness of his youth, hut If he was really tough ho keeps still about it. Get Hlnderrorns unit l ee It WJ” r *» l ‘ze the comfort of being without corns. It taku them out per feci ly. 15c. at druggist It Is never expected of a pretty girl that she_worksjts hard :is one who Is homely. Bia 11K*P WORLD I SUCKER The FIAH BRAND BLICKER Is warranted water proof, and will keep you dry in tho hardest storm. The new I*OMM EL BLK KEK is a perfect riding coat, and covers the entire saddle. Beware of imitations. Don't buy a coat If the “ Fish Brand" la not on It. Illnstra lad Catalogue five. A. J. TOWER, Boston, Mass. ASTHMA- - Grip, Bronchitis, Coughs nnd Severe Colds Cured qnu-klv und effectually by tho use of Kutsow's Antl-Asthmatlc Powder & Cigarettes Highly racumi-icnded atnl proscribed uy prominent physician*. Write for valuable literature, KKKK. Xach package has our Trade-mark and bifiiature. # o^- If youi druggist refuses to get them for you apply direct to KUTNOW BROTHER!. 82 A 84 Lafayette Place. Mew York City. Baapls pchgei e! Powder or Cigirettsi 25c. itch. Large pack«gas *l.OO. postpaid. MAIL OKDKItS PROMPTLY DKLIVkItKD. THE COMPANY PAYS THE FBBICHT On their oommon-eenne new ,Iml horse whim. Will hoist Ktonaof rock UUUfmt each shift Ia just os sufs and reliable aa on engine It can be racked anywhere m m jock can era. No cog wheel* or clutohee to break. tS) |*r cent 1* JBk wrought iron aud steel and will t>end g[|B before breaking. Over SCO In use a II some running 6 years without one M ■ R dollar's expense. We make horse- M R % hoist* at pricue, s‘A\ 60, 76 100 tUS tn.l ou up Bend for an Illustrated circular to THE WHIM CO.. 1— Curtis St.. Denver. 0010. ! WE HAVE IT! ANI> WHEHETO CET IT! | Anything you want lu the Drug Hue. : i Wholesalo aud retail. The Hunter Drug Co., Denver, Colorado. I Agents Gunther's Chicago Candy. Send ! us your mall orders. STOP —- I Tie Sew "St James, DENVER, COLORADO. Curtis Strert, opt). Tabor Opera Home, j Absolutely new, firet class, American Plan. 1 house. Kates rcitsonuble. E. E. BURLINGAME'S ASSAY OFFICE * l ;borat”o c r ‘y l I Established In Colorado. 1806. Samples hy mull or | 1 express will receive prompt and carctui attention- GOLD AND SILVER BULLION Rsflnsd, Malted and Assayad or Purchased. Address. 17J6 and 1738 Lawrence St.. DENVER, COLO. 'aYER’S| Sarsaparilla § Is the original Sarsaparilla, the § standard of tho world. Others § £ have imitated tho remedy, as 3 They can’t imitate tho record: 1 1 50 Years of Cures I aiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiimg Denver Directory. dou in f"> fi*. With J- 1 - h;i with hi••••■• tiiiisr ths. $2-'> nt• Middle for $l5. $l5 aingle buggy hwrncsK for $8.50. I»o not be docelVMl by wort bless Imltatlnna but order direct from uh and get the lowest wholesale I -..‘IS? - Catalogue free. All giM>ds atamped. •HKD MUELLER, Hid Larimer Street, Denver. Colorado. Ooodw aent for examination. PROCTER'S PATtNT ORE SACKS I /J^^^^^2BLAWBENC^^tJ DENVER BLDE Nl MACHINIST Ilapalni of MININO, I-RINTINO ITI Machinery, etc. Tip** thruadtug and cutting. Freight elavatora. Nock A GarstJo. 1415-17 18th st. AMERICAN HOUSE i*™**ti™* 13 *™. *• Lienvor's old Holmblu Hotel. Ml fell UH «nd Wood Working Machinery (second |YI INI fill hand l of nllkiu.is bought nnd fol.L H. S. Machinery Co. I.VAt Law renew. W «>rks <> A Market CfelOlfelC Trimmings, Stenm Goods, Backing INUIRI Hose, AsbestoaGoods. Ilndlatorßalnt-. et<-., Denver Engineer supply Co., 14UM1 Curlis, PIANOS AND ORQANS&trr:. Catalogue free. Knight Mump Co., l»si-lt> Arapahtxt OTATC ADC Sampling Worka.-Olflcs, Albany oIA I L UnC Hotel Block, Denvor. Bocket ref erence book, viiluwhle to ore shippers, mailed free. pur An r A DUO writ <for our list of fore utlCAr rflnmo cost. The Central Trust Co. 746 Equitable H’g, Deuvr A | llMlfelllM COOKING Cteiislls, Tablowara ALUITIINUm and Novell 1»-H. wholesale A rc talL imnve. Alum iiiutn Co., l»r.i tbirtls. CTAD PDfIPCDV brick - list mailed O lAn UnUutnT FUIK asw-tam Larimer Nut HA b'ib Foil BACKING till Dll AY AG K AOOAVCDO AND (lII.MIMS, (ii KIDKI.I. a AOOATtnO DOYLE. ItVßChanipnSt Ham plea f>y mail and • xpress receive prompt attention. GROVE & PRIOR HATS&CLOVES McPfIEE & McGINNITY iiYffi Barbed Wire, Nalls, Cor niggled Iron. JH Sc W a zee. POULTRY. CAME. BUTTER, ECCS. Genoriu CoiunilsHioi), Eppel .v Binkett, 164.> Market GRAVEL ROOFING Ba'lnted and Kennlred . Henry Miller A Co., VW Aiapfthoe St. Tel. id-'.. SEALS, RUBBER STAMPS?-’ 1 V | Works .v Mfg. Co., l.'di Ijiwt--hci- St. B. o. Box -il BLITZ JEWELRY CO. ThTa amt Includes nil accluentn—for castomeronly ft IIT FI nUICDQ Funeral Designs, liecora l/U I rLUTTCnO Hons, ate, Gorreopondenco HolTcitud. 11. B. Klin -, Florist, (i'JH 16th HL Tel. 11114 TRUSSES, CRUTCHES St. dames. J.V s Curtis Street. Established 1^74 fID cunc ; "" 1 Mack block, Un. LrlUO Dilh ami Callfonila streets. I'raetict* limited to Medicinal and Surgical Treatment of Disease of Eye. Ear, Nose and Tliroat. Glasses fitted and made to order. Glass Eyes furnished. Write for Information. SECOND HAND MACHINERY k\ nins‘ ENGINES. ItO I LEUS. IDHSTEUS. STAMP ( MILLS. HUNTINGTONS. I'EMI’S. ETC. i THE DENVER MINING MACHINEIiY . GO.. 17_*:t WAZEE STItEET, DENVER. CRAIN. PROVISIONS, v.N.NG?nM^ WEIIER \ CLAYTON. HJT.Ii Curtis Street, Rankers and Brokers. Telephone 102!$. Mall or telegraph orders receive prompt attention. *■!•_ aiieann DENVER'S new tlro lllL r pr-.of t un,penn Hotel. I Fit UArUnU KS Baggage trikeu to i.nd from the depot free of charge. Hates r, nsonnble. l ocated corner 17th aud Viizoe Sts. < no-half block from Union Depot. lIOISSI'S. We are tho only firm west of th* Mis souri river that do n general commission business, im l tile oldest firm In the state. <mr facilities for handling horses and mules are second to none, :i,ilU head haudle<l Inst year. Auction sales Thursdnys. If you want to buy or sell lot us hear from you.-- •lotin W. Buclinnnn, Gon'l Man., City Stock Yards. New M Will Paier Co” Jobber* of— * WAI.I. BAB Kit, BA I NTS, GLASS, ETC., 1531 LAWRENCE STREET. * PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES. Transits, Levels, 51icrosco|>ea and Supplies. WHEN IN DENVER STOP AT The WINDSOR The only first-class hotel In the city, cen trally located. Its rooms are large ami bean, to none. Rates. $2.50 to ?l.<>o per day. «'. M. HIKE. Manager. Send for descriptive literature. FARMERS the best sTeel PLOW ON EARTH? “r’kSiL first-class and guaranteed. THE LEE-KINSEY IMPLEMENT CO. DENVER. COLO. If your local dealer don’t keep them, send to üb. Northern Grown Seeds. Headquarters for Pedigree Seeds. THE LEE-KINSEY IMPLEMENT CO., 10th and Wazee Sts., Denver, Colo. Pioneer Seed House of Colorado. Send your name on postal card for our Annual "Everything for the Farm and Garden.” nENSiON-,tKßiKSspft 13yi*iu last war, lSadiudleatlugelaims, atty oinoa