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The fallowing is a partial list of letters remaining in the IVst Office, at Iounar, Colo., uucatled for July Xat, 18*:. Adman Frank,; Aden H. D.; Avery J. l\ 8,; Aldrige Ed,; Acker Jos. A.; Adams Mary; Allen Samson, ft; Arm strong T. \V,; Abbott M. L.;-Burton A. M.; Baker A. W.j Blair A. C., Brough B. II; Bremer C'hloa, 2; Baker Cbas.; Brady Chas.; Bright (Jhas.; Brown Dave; IXuldwiu I).: Barber K. II. > Bufcli Fred; Bishop Frank; Brown Gen.; Boling Geo.; Bortray Geo. H.; Bunch Henry; Bell J. W. 3; Barber Joseph; Brown Jen©; Brown John F. 2; Briggs J no. i H.; Ballard Johnuy; llehimer M. J: Bullock J. L.; Bold J. W.; Brown J. W.; Brown Nannie; Blue Minnie, Berryman W. L,; Bagby Wm. A.;| Ranch \Y. II.; Bradberry \\\ II.; I Burke Tom; Baggs T. L. 3; Bales S. A.; Burgess R. C.; Brown Rena, 2;-01arington A. L. 2; Bon nor B. F; Ga.le 0. M.; Bortham (J. J ; Carter • Fred S.; Colson Frank. Conp Gnss; Conway J. M.; Coleman John T.; Cord T, II.; Cochran Rouis; Coclnan Margret; Cunningham Oliver, 2; Clay J. G.; Chilcott Ccott, 2: Cole • S. W.; Coles Shafer,'-Daniels F. W.; > Dullo Frank; Duriand G. C.; Dent Hurry. Dud wick Hurry; Dinvnalt Junes; D.uscn * berry S. X.; Dawson J. II.. Doherty Kate . • Davis L. L.; Davis Ttlman; Danner Wm. UtngnaU Win.;—Sdmon John; KUIngwood '■ H.K.; Elliott Frank ; Evans lid. H,. Kdurd a Blley; Edwards Callie M.; Edwanb Cbas.; — Fisk James II.; Fleming Junes T.: Foster James S.; Fyte H. J.; Ferguson Henry W .. Flock Geo. B., Forest F. M.; Fluck Alfred ; Frlsby T. L. Uunnan X. IV.. Given James A . Good FI. U,; Guoeb T, H . liUtbmi Burner; Gilmer A. S.;—Hiimcr Jennie; Hays li. 1*.. Howe H. G.; Harladt Horry; Harris Hoi.; Hubbard G. W.; Hunt Geo. ; liansbrough G . Haunt G M., Ilowe Frank; Ilopges Chat.; Howarth Beny; HommelBil: Hasknka A. K.. Henbeat Arthur; llaiherstadt A.t\; Hancock Heitor Wm,; Harris W.; lfolmcs W. 11. •£ ; Hannah Wm. B.; llolehomes V. It., Hail M It Hutceison Mutt, Hal lock Jolie X. Henderson John, Hackct James P, Hammons John. Har rls J C,—Ingwls I. S,—Jones J II, James Win, Jones ThQs.X, Johnson Bohert, Johnson It B» Jane* J B, Jennings FL. Jackson Iiun lei,--Kennedy G L, Keen W M. Kelhy B. Kone Evert,--Lasswell A, |«ynn It t». Larne Thos , Long Maggie, Loper Lizzie. JNO. W. KRIGER & CO, Attorneys and Real Estate Agents, Special attention given to land cases. Legal papers carefully drawn. (Offico over Post Office,) LAMAR - *" - COLORADO. H. K. Linger. D. L. Patton. 11. F. Sharploss. LINGER, PATTON, & SHARPLESS. I&EAE ESTATE • A Ttltrrncj And Government Land JtX\7£lJj| JL O Locators Plats ore oted daily Experience.] men sent out with all parties desiring to be located and satis faction guaranteed. Bargains in deeded lands and City Property. LAMAR, : : ; : ; : COLORADO A»E. BENT & Co., Real: Estate: Agents Locators of Government LANDS. Lamar, : •• : Colorado, Exline J 3VEecli.liixg ATTORNEYS 5 Xj.A.'w; Will Practice in all the Courts. Ami Other Business In the VJUN I Cw I V U. S. Land Office a Specialty. Office No. 5 and G« T7« S. Land Office Building* Colorado. -:LAMAR STATE BANK.:- FRANCIS HALL, President. GEO. THEIS, Jr., Cashier. JNO. E. FROST; Vice President. A General Banking Business Transacted. "> 1 / THIS SPACE RESERVED TO ADVERTISE F. 0, DEOEET, ABD A, E. BENT'S Addition to Lamar. JAS. K. DOUGHTY, JXO. U. MOURI" Doughty & Morris, A’torneys at Law, LAMAR, : Bent County; : COLORADO, i ''Office over Spivey & Ik.lme* HroV. Store... Practice I I I qm /J Office and Before LJ ■ Ua Lkliivi Department At Washington. Land Office Business of Every De scription a Specialty. Havehad HightYoara Bxperienoo in a.ll its branoh«,, I'. 8. I.AND OFFICE, Lamed, Kanxu, December t*d. IA, | Messrs. .1. B. Morris and J. K. Domchty have practiced for a number of venr- l>.-f,,r.T oßlve. We have always found them nml conscientious in the dUelmrire ..fift ' 1 duties to their clients. Ttiev are w ell versed In hind litw» and practice before "t i ~nt ,r We cheerfully rccoininend them to the citizens In their new Held of labor V 11. M. DICK EL, Receiver. W. 11. DROW SLEE. RegUter^ the same oftiee will also be found * I Geo. Trommlitz & Co, BROKERS. - I O-varnmont X.B.nd Loatora, i - TOWN &o*» a. ! *vl! li Spec ialty. BEFEBSKCXS j BANK OF LAMAH, LAM.VR, COi. j j LAMAR, - 3ENT COUNTY, V COLORADO jj y' / • 1 &&&XV<*TO9 SPEI9©g. The reaniy tvania Tu«rn Company offer (or »>lr btulninw aad rMldenoe lot* in u, # loan of AKJ.IStiTOX ftPttIXUS, Hunt County. Colorado, kM«l«d in Ike grand vaUry Adobe, no.tr Ibr conrtuenM of the rant and want forks of the Mu*Unf, tt alien uwrth of lalma* and 30 mile* north -east «>f la Junta. The new town In situated In the heart of one of the largest and most fertile tallem «w rhe atata, which In rapidly tilling up with tnrmeni from the eaeteru and middle Malt. | ure >eekltig new home* lo Colorado. The noil In unaurpaaned In hrlllll), and blßf • alfalfa, wheat, oatn, eora. garden vegetable* aad fruit* can be eaally raised, and a, hanj* «k»uu- profit- The greater portion of the valley In under the big 100 mile statu diui, | under construction. THE TCtWH JtITE la on n gentle slope, gi» Inga fine view of the valley to the ea*t. while In t he distant *m ! the aiiow capped summit* of l*lke*« Peak, *paut*h Peak, and the •reenborn Mountain* ar , vtalhlc on clear days. Hah are found In Ihe streams traversing the valley unit «auir| abundant lu tb* * W tnltr. Excellent *<M water la obtained at a depth of from LI to is f*, , n^l3_.PlO-A.IDS. Two railroad* are now making survey* throngh the valley, and It la couddently expect. • d that in a few »I tort month* train* will l«e running on the I*. M. A A., to l*nel>k> and <.« ttn-C hA W toColorado Spring* The l> Mi A.’* line skirt* the Limits «(tbr low a IMPROVEMENTS The Com nan > 1* erecting a Hue hotel and many building* *re In course of eoaatrueiloa Can • .iter*. masons and other me haute* are in demand, and freighter* And mors than they can do li!>eral Inducement* are made to those who build and engage In buatnea* p, iniupany contemplate the boring of an artesian well, by mean* of which water can he 4., trlbuted over the rutin- tow u and It* immediate vktalty. 1* tie P». 1 If you want t«» make your ltotnc In a lovely spot. buy a beautiful residence lot la \rU&< mu spring* If you want to engage in huainea* la a town a bleb la *nrw to grow in pwpvu ti<>n atnl cmumervial lu<|M>rtai>ce. buy a lot la Arlington spring*. If yon want to m»k* r ioney in real «—t*te, buy all tin lot* lu Arlington spring* that your capital tit rsaoui • an toiuruand and re»t confident that TIIK IbMiM If \w CtiMK and eotne to stay. l ull information relating to .Arlington **prtnc* town lota amt tndealrable tioverntr.* m ' lomd* in that\h ) . (fully given l>> the ofbcvr* of the company at Arlington Spttsp or by their authorise*! agent*. Linger, Patton a Sharplrtt, Soyikr, Hiding a Weir, Lunar, Polo. La Junta, Colo Idilrets a Thompson, M. H. Irvine, La a Animas Colo. Rocky Ford, €T«*i 1.. S. Boyer, Scott City, Kan.. eg-l>3>lv : run (row lot* Anlmasaud la* Junta to Arttagtoa hpilag* (Officers of lljr (fompami. O H Perrv. Prpi, Om.M. Hast Beo. J W. Wolflnger. Vice Pr«* H W Wolftagsr. Tr**i. H. J Toot*. 0«s ——-g™ I’. O. viJn>«i' Arliuglun Spring., »U I-a« Aniataa, Gala. CAYENNE WEIXS! I I The enuiing Count' Seat of Cheyenne County, Colorado, la *liuat*d In C.wmir on Ihr j litre of ti e h*u*.<* Paelnc mil road. IT odlea seat of the kaua.s Uur. A beautiful ira. t of | Governme’t Land. extending to the north wrarrl fifty uille* and to the southward thirty miles. I* now open for settlement under the Homestead. ITe ciiipiion and Timber Culture Uwa. The flowing fide ..feiulgratlon ha* just entered Es»teru Colorado, andCbajenoe Wall* l* daatluwd to become the .Great - Shipping : Point. *Aa large. productive and pnnnlona district. The Record* of the Untied Mate* loind Office (, 1 thi* district show >lll net mil settlement of Eleven Thousand KawiUle* per month. J The «o|| ant-rounding Cheyenne Well* I* unsurpassed, being Identical with that of Ei*'tern Kansu*. It in i-uvcml with n heavy growth of Hoffato Uraax (Heatwrla Dnctvloldes.) w l.ieli hold* the moisture and prevent* drouth, making Irrigation unnecessary. l*rofe**nr lIo|l».eA, the well know n Oheml-t, of Omaha. Nebraska, visited C-hoyenne Wells last month made a thorough annlysya of the water at this point. He pronounce* It, with one ex rei tlon. that of (iranit*-Canyon. Wyoming.) the flnwat water on the entire system of the I . 1. It It.. which cover* manv thousand* of mile*, and the railroad company |« at this time putting in extensive nenlnery at Cheyenne Well* and will commence pumping water fiain these magnificent ». Hl* at an early date. A Ten Thousand Dollar Hotel will be erected inuuediatcly An actual test ha* developed m YEiN ©e wmwmm ! f it a depth of alx hundrod feet, and It It proposed to light the town from thl* aourre.' The policy of the Cheyenne Wells Town and Inveatmedt Compauv will l»e that of j liberality. Price** of lots are placed at a low figure and buyers can depend upon three , hundred pur cent protit within six months. laris in Lamar that three month* since sold for j two hundred dollar*, are now worth twenty-five hundred, cheyenne Walls hnsererjr ln«ll } cation of a similar boom. j After May 17, all onqulrien and orders for lots addressed to the following l named personk will receive prompt attention: Loots N. McLanv, Pre*., (Cheyenne Wells, Colo.; I R Holme*. Vtae-Pr**., Garden City, Kaa; Middle 'Reeves and II H Chamberlain. Denver, Colo.; C M Morrieon, Ste, lainar, p« , O-l II II Allen, La Junta, Colo., Writer Brown, Kansas Civ, Mo.