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W. H. D-WI9. Editor. I..VMAJI. C'OI-0.. SATURDAY, Al’C. 4th. 1*33 j SD ICRIFTIOX U VTKS: Per Year. - ?.\OO Six Months, - f J-Oo - .05 Entered at the l*ost Office at Lamar, Colo rado. os Second Class mutter. For President, BENJAMIN HARRISON. For Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON Iloilo and There. There is an order on the first page of interest to the G. A. K. men fur nished uk l»y ('opt. Billow.—The re publicans at Fort Garland have or ganized a clab, C. M. Morrison is uidiug the party all he can in his pa per.—Ex-Governor Carney, of Kan sas, is dead.—Colorado stands second in the list of precious metal produc ing states. —A republican club was organized at Minneapolis Thursday evening. The good work appears to be progressing. —The Minneapolis Republican says the people of that town thought the meteor seen a week ago Sunday night struck ground near Granada. Wo have been ex pecting something to hit Granada right in the center fora long time.— Virgil Karp well-known at Dodge Citv and in fact all over the west, is a candidate for sheriff of San Bar nardino Couuty, California.—During the hot weather religious services are held out doors at Tucson, Ari zona.—The Eads Bandana wants none but rock ribbed democrats uom inajed for office, this must be a new variety. The moss-back heretofore was considered Simon pure. —Con- gress will do well and act strictly in the interest of the country it they put a check on the pauper and crim inal emmigration to the United Stales.—The Trinidad papers insist that something must be done to rid that city of foot pads.—Was there ever a time since the state was first settled, that Kansas did not have oue or more couuty seat wars on hand.— There arc four hundred and fifty members of the A. O. IT. W. lodge at l'ueolo. —The democrats and pro hibitionists have together put up a Hag pole at Las Animas, they have been working together for a long tirae,6urely politics make strange bed fellows.—Charlie Reitler we hear will open his Trinidad store the mid dle of this month.—The Brookfield Maverick is to be moved to Trinidad, that town will be well supplied with papers in time.—Three tramps have been arrested for robbing the postof fice at Ilartland, they do not deny their gnilt.—Vilas and Boston have a little quarrel of their own on hand and to crow over Boston the A’ilas Democrat printed with red ink last Saturday.—There was a ball at the Carlton hotel one night last week.— The Granada Exponent says if the now paper in Lamar is to be another Advocate our people have its sympa thy. We do not know as the new paper is to be another Advocate but we understand at least half of it will be printed at the office of the Gar. den City Sentinel where the Advo cate was printed and it may be by a part of the same crowd. We do not know as to that but can give a pretty good guess before long.—A republican club has been organized at Boston, Las Animas county, one hundred and eleven signing the roll the first night, the club will number two hundred before the first of Sep tember.—Albert McLain accidently shot himself while hunting near La Junta, he is not hurt much.—Patter son & Hart Bros., horse breeders near La Junta, shipped two cars of horses to Illinois last week.—The La j Junta repablican club pay a hundred ! dollars for a hall to hold their meet i ings in until after the election.—ln j 1850 Kansas City had a population I of seven hundred and fifty, and ten years later boasted of only four thou sand inhabitants. —Chief Justice Ful. ler according to a Washington cor respondent has a charming wife and eight beautiful daughters. It is a rare thing to see eight girls in one family all beautiful.—We have heard meD say in the past week that Lamar was a better town than Garden City. —rKansas ditch men complain that Colorado ditches take all the water tut of the Arkansas river, so they git none fur irrigation, well if tl*e t Colorado ditches do not novr, at the rate they are building they will soon drain the river during the growing season.—They are haying terrible hot weather at Kansas City, many prostrations are reported —II. 11. Metcalf a oattle man of this state, is very sick at the City of Mexico.—Five prisoners made their escape from the county jail at Trinidad Tuesday night.—A democrat who has no of fice but wants ODe says lie thinks he could fall back on a postolfice of any class that would support him, and not fracture his aratoiuy.—A milk train is to be put on the Ft. Worth road to run into Denver, they waul good cheap milk at Denver and can get it that way.—There is one hun dred and ton men and sixty women insane in the asylum at Pueblo.—An English vessel has the contract to dredge the New Vork harbor, wh\ is it every contract the administra tion can is given to the English, why was this dredging contract not given to a citizen or company of the United States. The Southern Method is i Conference has been in session,at Pueblo this week.—The colored peo ple celebrated emancipation day at Pueblo.—The Denver World say* out of all the spectators to see the prue fight near Denvrr Tuesday, there was only oue republican.—The young men’s republican club at Den ver is one of the largest in the state —The democrats make so much fuss over the tariff on castor oil for the baby, that one would naturally sup pose democrat's babies was raised on castor oil, how much money does the average family pay for castor oil in a year, about ten cents.—Logan county claims to have increased ten thousand inhabitants within a year. —Twelve thousand postmasters have been appointed in the past year, no wonder the mails are so irregular.— Kansas has good crops as far west as Sterling, they had good prospect* as far west as Great Bend until lately when the hot winds and dry weather dried them out.—Mutton is judged the healthiest meat by those who ought to know.—Taking the state all over the crops of Colorado arc good this year.— Father Clarkson, of the lowa Stale Register, has visited this state and has written Colorado up in a handsome manner, all of which will bear good fruit.—C. W. Mcßeynolds has left Chivingtou to take charge of the station at Council Grove, Kansas.—Puck says how true it is that we never know what the future and the merchant who never advertises have in store.—lt is said Judge Yeauian is not a candidate for re-election as District Judge, but wants to be made Supreme Judge, that office will fall to a republican. —lf the statement of a barteuder be true that the amount of whiskey re quired to make sixty drinks for democrats will make one hundred drinks for republicans, the democrats should not kick on free whiskey.— Mesa county boasts of some of the finest peach orchards in the state.— T. C. ilenrv made a good guess when he said Colorado wants people, the state wants people to settle on the land and make good farme rs, that is the class we hope to see come here. —The Colorado Springs Cattle Com pany are fencing in a hundred thou sand acres of pasture land.—A fe male base ball elub is an attraction coming west, where they are from or where they are going is not men tioned in the notice wc saw of them. —The average life of a locomotive is about thirty years and it takes con siderable repairing to make them last that long.—A gambler known as Chuff committed suicide at Ve gas, last week.—Thanks to Senator Teller for public documents this week.—Mrs. Harrison is not what the world calls a fashionable woman. —General Harrison will attend the reunion of liis old regiment in Sep tember.—lightning struck the Jew ish temple at Las Vegas one day last week.—Wednesday was bill day and a good many people went to the woods.—The treasurer of Rawlings County, Kansas, has skipped with what funds were on hands.—The war in Stevens County, Kansas, is to be stoped by sending troops there, wholesale arrcstH will be made.—G. W. Whait one of the oldest settlers at Colorado Springs died Wednes day.—The Annual Indian outbreak is in operation in Arizona and the Utes are again making some trouble. —Cloud bursts and heavy rains this week at Boulder. 11 11 -L-g-3 r p. E. Coopwt, Loan* and Jn«f a»d Kourr !*oUlt» C. C. Gooi>auc, Attorney-At-Law. GOODALE & COOPER, Attorneys - JAT - Law, MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE ADD IDSURANOE AGENTS x Will practice before the U. S. Land Office and in all the "FTixi-ELI Proofs andl Courts of the State. PROSECUTE or " DEFEND i„ contest cases. Deeded Lands: -Room No. 1 Laud Office Block. MONEY SO SOiff, TO LOA.3ST ON FINAL PROOFS Deeded. ULicbxici, OPTION M 1 NO DELAY. Turner & Garvin, Lamar, Colorado, 'J. S. Land Office Building Boom Ho. 4. , WBBBSWMBKKtBBM BUSMHHH— MB 1M ■-*MBiMBi CCXI? la iTirvrffitaJJiMMBBBaMPBMMMWBMWMIHWBi Go to G. KROUCH for Bargains! Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Fur nisliing G-oods Etc. 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