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;‘SENT COUNTY REGISTER
XT, B. DAVIS, Editor. |i.AMAli, CO-LO., SATC U1>AY. JUSK i. .SS7. ar-BSf'.nrrinN* ::atks Pl’er Y>':n-, £ f.‘' ■Ti ir■ M.uiUm. Tv'-'i---. - 1=^—.-..-nr. J . = PljCmaivdat the Post OfHc-a at Lamar, Colo r. raUu, u» Second Class matter. if — — -— : —— ’ v OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CIT Y, I Governor Adams orated at • Boulder decoration day. Tho increase of oheep in New Mexico this spring is twenty-five per cent. A street ear stable burned in New York City last week cremating four- , ‘‘ teen bundled bead of horses. ——* The Denver & llio Grande road south and west of I‘ueldo is exper iencing rough times with wash outs. The president is fishing, ‘fighting flies, mosquitoes and gnats. Mr. I.ainont is with him presumably t > cut bait. They are in northern New York. Every indication points to the | certainty of the greatest immigration ’ to eastern Colorado this fall that j was ever seen in any locality in tin west. Let them come. Free bonu s await the settler. Eight uew clerks are to be put on the Sauta Fo mail route. Of course I there is a long line of road to stretch ihis additional help over but they will help some and most any tiling j will beat tho accomwoda ; tions. O. I>. Willard, editor of the Sherman County, (Nebraska,) News, was shot twice and killed by I>. 'l'. Richardson, editor of the North western, at Loup City, Nebraska, last Saturday. The trouble grew out of politics. Trinidad is preparing for a big ‘ oelebratiou on the fourth, judging by an invitation to be present we ■ have received. It reads; ‘‘come, j everybody, and bring your own wife : and your sister or somebody else’s i sister and have a glorious time, j Orations, horse races, byciclu races, foot races, burro races, s.i. k races, wheelbarrow races, base ball, cap turing the greased pig, fire works and grand bail in the evening. If ; their committee on transportion se- j cure good rates the opportunity to visit Trinidad will be a good one. Shooting at Granada. Johnson’s Uncle Toni’s Cubin Co. played at Granada Monday and Tuesday nights. The last night ! J. V. . Jenkins took his part under j the influence of liquor and added in«ch to his part that was objected j to by A. W. Welzer, the stage man- j ager. Jenkins insisted on going on j the stage again which caused some 1 words but the company thought i nothing serious. Jenkins claimed ' Wplaer slapped him. Wednesday ; morning Welr.er and another mem- j ber of the company were waiting ! for the train at the depot. Mrs. [ Johnson, her two daughters, Eddie j and Jenkins walked to the depot to- i getlies*. Going down Jenkins said | lie was going to whip Welzcr. As | they all reached tbo platform : Jenkins with an oath spoke to j Welter who Inrued and faced him. j Jenkins then drew a revolver and ; fired, saying, “take that!” Welzer was struck in the stomach and turn ed around, half stooping, when Jenkins fired again, striking his victim in the back. The train came | in just then and Jenkins started to V un and was caught by Mr. Law fWKje of the company. The wound ed man was put on the train and brought to this city, Dr. Ilice attend ing him on his arrival. During the afternoon of Wednesday a consul tation of physicians Drs. Rice, Cummings, Tidwell and liurdeli was held and decided the only chance for Welzers life was to cut him open and sew up the wounds in the intestines, numbering live, which was successful I v performed and there is a bare chance at this writing 'for - his life. A. W. Welzer is twenty six years of age and has been with Col. Johnson for over five years. In that time he lias never had any trouble with a member of the troupo and the high esteem he is ► held iu is shown by the sympathy of \ company and their untiring \ to his suffering. M . £ I*. Jenkins was ;i pick up and h: s been | with t!io comp: ny .-.bout six weeks, j lie atone time travelled with tlu | j Clifford Comedy Co., and was dis ■ f charged by them at Garden City. ' : lie is of a quarrelsome nature ami i the shooting of Y\ ei/.er was a row ' j ar.fly murderous act. Ilia predim j iimry examination takes place at ! Granada next Friday. Lateu,— A. W. Wed. r died j Thursday evening at twenty min- ; ! utes to six. IIU father, a prominent | lawyer iu Boston, Mass., in reply to ! a dispatch stating Isis son was shot. J said his daughter, Wcl/.ers si.- ter, * ; died Wednesday and he could not A a father announcing his death and j asking what should be done \\ ith ‘the remains was sent, to v' ’ , |no reply was received no to ; evening. Members of the troupe iu- I form us that Punch Welzcr was the deceased’s stage name a* 1 that his right name was A. W. .G.c-. no. ' For xlont- Four go. I room.-. Will re: • i:i pairs or all together. 1C i; quire of Goodale & Cooper. For Sale. One j>oo! and billiard combination table and one billiard table both i:i good running order. Ap;*y to this oflioc. _ Sale of School Lands. Notice U hereby iflrea that I,vii:sc!l at public auction, to the highest responsible bkltler.cn the 50tli day of June, I--.7. at 2 o'clock P. M. at the trout door of U. ' Lun.! OtCce, Luunr, the foliowing des-errfieu land <, ; TU = | Minimum price per ■ 40—no qr, neqr, :>P it s, it w. • j 40 n v.- (jt, t«»»nr, •* M •• ** j 40 »w qr, n e qr, •• *• ** f,.00 j 40 Bcqr,ne.;r I 40 n«; qr, nvr qr •• “ *• 5.00 ' 40 « w qr, n w.qr, “ “ •• “ 10 s w qr, n w qr. “ •* •* SC.no I 40 k c qr, nvr qr, •• “ •• •• j 40 neqr. s w qr, •• •* •• j 40 n w qr» w qr, “ •• • « •• j 40 8 W qr. BV. i ; I', *• •• •* «• ! 40 s 0 qr, a w ijr, 40 «qr, r; e qr, “ “ •* *• | 40 n wqr.seqr, “ “ *• *• j 40 s w qr, s e qr, •* •• “ ** | 40 »c qr, 8 e qr, “ '• “ “ No land will be sold at less than the minimnm price per acre, us given above, i The parcels wilt be sold In tin* above order * and each tract will be sold a .•) acres—be j the same more or less. TERMS:—Timbered lands, cash at - do: i other lands, SO per cent, cash at snle—balan e j la seven equal annual p:>;. merits, v. S:h int* r- I cat at the rate of saven per cent, per nnnxm. | if the purchaser does not own the improve ments, he mast pay for the *:i • at >.!■-. ' Purchaser will executo bond. iu* j>rovM>-d in - 1m; citixens of tho United State- , or peiVms who have declared their Intention of becom ing -uch. John For Uesl .ter State Hoard of I-nni Couimh era. - IzOeol Notice- STATE OF O il-OH ADO, / County of Ik: ut. f"‘ In the County Court in Probate April Tomi A. I». ISS7, J. W. Decker, adrnlnistrntoi - of the estate of V* .Ji-SleliuhtMi.Ori'l u-.-l vs Petition John M'Mullen, Sarah Conkey, i«i Jane Swann, Charles McMuib-n • U real < lur.lloe Grant, J« i • Mild Jamc-S il. M«-Mullen, heirs a: law of snitl deceased. On this 12th day of May, A. D., 1-. 7, It being r.t t‘ie April term, A. D., P of said t .art ; and the said plaintiff appearing per se and ! the said defendants having ci:!cr<- l tin ir ap pearance in said action accepted ervloe of u copy of summons Issued therein, waived ser vice of process us required by the statutes o* Colorado and consented to a default and im mediate trial of said cause In term time or vacation. And now again on this 12th day «.f M .y„A, D. 1.487, the told cause coming on for hearing before this court and the court having heard tho testimony in raid action from v.'.ih i: j appears that all the material nllegatio i- In *uld plaintiffs petition are tme :u;d: ■; hy the testimony and tho court finds toot tho matters and things so allege l In ti e - are gufliclcnt In lnvv to entitle the j plaintiff to the relief prayed for. It is therefore ordered, Judgeit*nnd decreed by the court that t»»■* sai l udminlst.rr.tor, J W Decker, do proceed to sell or r* linqr.i-li at private or public sale the real estate de scribed in said petition belonging to •..aid e>- tfitc to the highest bidder for cash, after hav ing duly advertise'l the sumo for ut least twenty days preceding said sab- and render u report of anid gale unto this court ns re - quired by the statute. JOSEPH liRADKOIii), Judge of County Court, j In witness whereof. I, Joseph Bradford, * Jud.<e 0 ( the County Court of bent County, | I \ I ni-.i a'lo, ha . i*.-; ••-.*>. • - • | / itn hand ami ail'tin- .’ • : : < Seal r s, ‘- 1 court at Las Anio this j l 12th day of May. a. I). lss7. I I Joseph Bradford, <'minty Judge I A . T. & S. F. R. R. j When tr.ive:i:i;; for health. business or pleasure, take the ‘‘Bannim Line” lor all points oast, west, north nr a ><th. Through tickets to all important points in | the l'id ted States and Dana la and JUc.vllo. Dagr.i.ge chocked to destination. The Uu!|i).Pul)mna i’nlacc Cur Service ami the dining stations operate ) and ecmlroii.- i by this company me too well known to make (•oaunont necessary. W. F. WHITK, lieu, Pu&snnger aiul Ticket Agt., TOpcka, ivi. THE REV. GKO. 11. THAI F.it, r.T Honrb.in, Indiana, says: ‘*l>.Ui nivself cud wltV ov. e our lives to SIIILOII’S COXSMPITXN fr.a-. Are yon made miserable* by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness. I.os*» of • Yellow skin? Shiloh’s Vitalizcr Is a positive cure. For sale by J. XV. Decker. V 1 Cl will give Immediate relief. Price 10 cts. Sects and 11. For sale by J. W. Deck* r. ‘‘HACK MKT A(' K,” a lasting and fragrant perfume, F. see ■’.> and fifty cents. sniLOH'B Cure will limned! at civ relieve Croup, Whooping Cough apd Bronchitis. Shiloh’s Catarrh remedy—a positive cure for Catarrh, Dlptherla and Canker Mouth. For Dyspepsia and liver Compluinf yon ! have a printed guarantee on every bottle of . I Shiloh’s Vltulir.er. It never fails to cure. : j For sale by J. IV. Decker. [ ! A Nasal Injector fr . with each boltle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price < <•,,< . . I For sale by J. W. lice . r. J “ Pfß •• - k>.l a* WfV f* M HSi <• -■, S-.d j /> *a I -•i ‘. U L- ...... " L-J ..-2 't B^g fi 4-4- fW""--* .rr~T.fl #1 f 1 fs TT*T JtlbiAH iidvS dl Jja»¥i/ 5 i y * Li»»h . p ..• r>, rmr? ! nn lit 1 ii.ij i i Llii-OiU.lrfJl ;?„■ 'Office over St.ivey & Ilolmc* Bro’s. Store..,,® •yry .<*■■’ y Brw/icr rs, v?*>. *vi Ojfee and Cj '■> > (! p "y ; ; 'j t r j Before L-P 3 ;'wj .AAiiX-iSXi Department. At Washington. Land Office Business of K' - ery De-' scription a Specialty. ZDiglat Ysars His zr'&vxr»x\c3«* in all its branoheo. j •l*. «. I .AND OFFICIS, Lapunl, K»n*ne. THfcinWr SM. I‘XU j Mwsm. J- H M »rri- •'»• '. J. I- Dco-l.tv hav*- urn-rKn *1 far a of % :.r. Won- till- ’ ' * ii. il BK ivKt-.’ac' vi’. ir. tIU **’ *‘ U I ** 1 ”* l "‘ 1 V ‘ r n W W.'tt! BftOWXLEK. Krjfteler. ln the same office will also bo found Geo. Trommlitz &C., ~A ■ • v c -... 4i,u J;U' lOKERS. ) Overnmoat laoatora. I TT3 '"-•"■'T r ' : - H q 77 ; ' ] > \ AC; ?. oj£ £:\ IUVs 11 Specigßlty-j BAN K OF WESTEHX KANSAS, GARDEN* CITY. KAN | yy> rr *#: ft S*’ . -■* IU.VK OF I.AMAK. lAM VK.i' l. LAMAR, - RENT COIN TV, - CnLOKAlw* To DM tiers Wantir.f? Outfits and Kaucfcmc-o Wanting! . Supplies, Wo call your attention to die complete *tork of : o T:) fv\ tm %$> q mb •• , a;:; e - C* c jO”VS7"aEB, STOVES, PUMPS and FARM IMPLEMENTS, At the store of r- r 3 M r-r r-‘?isan —7—3 /?: r-\ je. u SWiST & CO. Korth 3&:a Street. - - LAMAR, COLORADO. ■ lEßfssilisnL© | MeoiiUng ATTORNEYS 6 LAw; Will Practice in all the Conrtc. ff ,7i And Other Business In the! A? '.. . >.y Ij y t':) U. S. laud Office a Specialty. GuileG Ho. t> r.iid G, cf, E. CiTica Ii c.ild.lng* Ijamai, Colorado. j 11. K. Linger. 11. L. Patton. 11. F. rSharploss. :r 7at ;• £-:) p\ rp JX. GW A ’DPT A/a- V.i If IA i A '•>--* i i< tlilAill iYJUVj V> • OfW 'ft at, 'f a -r* 77 rn - TV' rh -n 'j£\ A. < X.At Xi uD Al ioL J: Xt /\ And Government Land . JL*3> locators. Plats Corceted daily Experienced men pent oat with ali parties desiring to bo locate d and satis faction guarantee!, liar gains in deeded lands and City Property. LAMAR, :::::: COLORADO Ao IS. ISBH'T Sz co. Isal : IsSali : Agents Looators 0 1 LAHOs. Lamar, : : ; Colorado, <LAMAE STATE BAKE. :- FRANCIS HALL, President. GEO, THEIS, Jr., Cashier. JRO. E. FROST; Vice President.! • i General Banning Business Transacted. I ‘ ) Spivey - & Holmes - Bro’s. DKALM3 IX •H Hardware, mm hoohi Gents Clothing, F ib-i ao? 3 <ss,. , L 1 ; c A P S . ■ • 3mplcmcnta, SUagons, Af. I | ■ AI-MJ UE.VI.ndS IX ; G-roceries, . i Provisions, IVeed., <&.c. c. M. MORRISON. Mngar. !