The Weekly Gazette from Colorado Springs, Colorado on February 19, 1881 · Page 7
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I N T E R E S T I N G STATISTIC!?. the tne . ie resort o" tie oncers anc directors o-'tae National Line anc Irrorovemern company, to the stockholders, wliici i- now out, contains a great many va.ua D . statistics, o^ soecia interest to the ·DCO - O » o- Co orado Springs. \Ve make tlae -"o .owing extracts -"rom t i e statemen: o 1 Cias. B. Lamborn, vice ^resident of thecompany: or Colorado Springs - Year, An Organized Gang of Sneak Thieves. WorK- From lhs leaver TJribune. · - · _^ng the city. Tie tae't c*- t i e lottery 31,. -"rom the ; " - j f e s e o-::ie cler o-'the louse some lime "t has came to t'le k n o w edge o- the OI Wednesday nig at las createc a grea- ~ i t y authorities that a we. organizes *ane 1 ea °~" exdtement am °"£ pemher?, anr - : · . . . · ° 5 no sma amount o- scinca' """le hi ' ' sneat tueves Jiave aeen operating in «,:o en is the Senate ai .. ~q.on.do S^rinjs curing; t'j'e ;)as: week, Yesterray evening tie investigating n ; numerous c o m a a i n t s have heen committee met anc t'le evidence o-'.tie He ce at heacc uarters o- c othin - os*. 'n f m ? ° yes °' I ' ie senate was 2| ve . n - Some ·,. -.. =. · - test mony came U3, WIHM, inferential, v, n -^ear y?ar:o: tie wee* an overcoat was t w s w suspicion in ii_ 3 .i quarters, - a n d ^o h en urom W. r_. D. Merri 1, at Yl-s. Ste- caused c u i t e a sensation? (fT"Lr°~ -A.SS-A. YZ^v £2- --AND-- ; ; 3oaj^cin ea T.ie result o- tlie ..scaical w'licli nouse iv.tnue. Tie oncers were notiiec o; tie createc Dv ^ e { ' M '* °" :t ' ie 3i; - was seen * ie louse yesterday. Tie senate D w i i c i under otlier circumstances, a man Dy tie name o- "olin .-"en- have been ce ayec · that 50,900 setters have aeen aceec i; 'U cri:s, who liad "so d a pair o ; ? oves :o was "T^e year if 80 lias Deen a prosperous t ie:t, anc yestercay succeedec in tracing one throughout Colorado. It is estimated il too late 3y ciia- '.he permanent aopu.axion o" tie , v . s "Diet J)o an -or 25 cents w lie i were 1 nown -he jro'essor in c.iarge aas been instructed to attenc persona ly to suci worias.may DC pub.ic. · , wei,ghit)jr Irom onfe ton down, wi.. 3e crusaed and samec, and sl.resu.ts wi) ae guaranteed. " ! A portion of tlae crimed ore wi.l ; Se reserved w sen request is mace, so tjat tjpsewio desire may chic* the wor-i, Tae mooey received be re 'unc.ec!, for, i' t ii e assaver cio not con arm the · wao e enc aassec a most wor*vtone at tlae Co e*e l /our a u n c r e c m i e s o - -ai.way aave oeen to have Deen in the oo^cet o' :lie overcoat ^TM e ^ ate anc . lwit ut . ^e . s igatest Samp.es may n . e \ at the ofke o-: tlae Till ?* t n V o r t C M t C r 1 l*Ar*tl Al*c rr\ i rt IT n A m o »»^ -.»_ ' · - _ . . ! ' S " · m various cirections, many new and s:o en. 1-Ie was promising mining cam:»s ceve.opec, and the older ones have increased their pro- curt. T i e y i e ' c of go'cl, silver, coooei and ieac in 1880 las Deen ^23 ooo.ooo, aga nst $18,000.oco in 1879. "" le catt · and siee3 interests n a v e increasec, am- the f armers, in ?3ite o- prolonged crouch' ,~,i . . . . . , ^ + ""-" / -*** . - w I. a I. l^*J v_. jl~V \J . U\ , . - _ . - Je inebriation w ne iliac'Deen Si ver WJD.J ACininj Co., over Jirst Xationa arrestec ay oncer _e.. aroused yy susDicions o : ne the-': was tjie bank, or large.ots at Ue Co-le^e. Samp es sent ay mai- or express ,wi.. receive ·sromit st- and taken DC bie Justice ?ix ey -"or :rU. . motive oower o- tiis action. T i ; ' u m i c e cone uced to reserve lisideoi- ' : tlie l.o:cery company was instrument, ^l 110 ^.- sio i until -.his morning. Tiis is on y one in t l i s ''"'V 1 aas mac - ea mistaxeso gro^s, rt .: n ? truct . ion »» Assaying wil. ie -"arnisjed at o many other cases reoortec to the DO ice. C IT Y T G T S curing tie spr.ng anc ear'y summer, havt taoen om t.ie Z ?aso house, and $e\oera. securec 'air harvests. meat o- t i e state for ,ie tola, assess taxes in 1880 was ^.^^ ^ -- j --^ ,. -- -- -_.,-,-- _ _ _ _ _ ana committed a crime so idiotic tiat li2 ° or a tewn a " tjree m outjs, anc tje cost 0 " .. . ,, neuner uaon ^rouncs o 3olicv. o-' rnora Catenas used ay t4e student, v.r, _ . W .^mgsaury ir c a coat and vest i i y , or o- common sense can it 3e ce r enc may x macc to ec. Tiere was novhin^ to be gained ay it. Tie t i e "t was certain to aeciscoverec e-ore t i e end o" t i e session, and it is o- such a claracter t i a t t i e dignity o- the not have a\owed « to tasen street. mm his resicence on Cuciaras Marry Sarague liar: a dress coat ; $73776,109, against Jjg, 590. 761 in 1879, ··imLar cases have occurred throughout louse cou c ^y. - J to'e-sor o.' Xmmg anc'V.etallufgy, Or to Z. ?. TZNX2Y, Presicent. dwm 30 301 s l o w i n g an increase o" $1^,185,3.8, 01 m a - s h a . to caution'tie oubl.ic against eav twenty .er cent, business in Me older , n g thtiir -Vont coors open or u n o c e c and estab is .led towns a on£ the mountain w i f e Me t i i e v i n · t ic egislature liai Deen oro ongec , RVIK * G H «WBERT We have been requested by t.ie city or six mont.is tie louse wou c have aeen ^ comoe..ed to remam in session to reen- Bi F. CROWELL, : " ' - ' ' ' " Vict.President. continues. iere is base has become s e t t e e anc -aermanenf, but .ittle doubt Mat the arrest o:" one o and t i e outlook at Me c ase o-" t i e year is the r n u m o e r wi promising a n c c o n n r e n t . "Co'orado S a r i n g s ^las shared the gen gross anc ^ass the DI . Tie ob'ect o-" such a Me't, Mere^ore. -y the lottery com- aany is ae/onc a d o u b ; aevond undier- ;. F. HUMPHREY, Cashier. A, S. WELCH, Ass't Cashier. iave a t e n d e n c y to era srosaerity o: the state, anc las re ceivecl a i'air cuota o r t i ; new p o D U i ' a t i o n . Accorcing t o t i e census r e t u r n s o " t i t Jnitec Slates g o v e r n m e n t , mace in ,'une, i8?o, Lie tota. jopu ation o r t.ie town wa^ ^.,286, .ind it now certain y exceecs 5.000. Tie assessed value o r property, rea. a n u persona' , o " t n e tov/n or ii88o was £2,082.- 7_o, against ^1,567,^.20 in 1879, s l o w i n g an increase o r n i r t y t i r q e per cent., or stancing. A t the same t i m e the cuestton uiiises as to w 10 e se rou c _iave any interest in stea ing Me bi.,. i stxo to tieir operations in tie city. Xow ,~ - , · · · · · · » cr . . r - ie vestec r i ^ i t w u c i tne .otfery com- 13 t i e officers are u a to Me.r game Mey aany c aims to lo.r is o r e w n . c i w i i not f f r, *· C%fc^ W ^ ** · v* \ * w now wi : iave to T y Meir M i e v i n g cau.ious y, i r Mey t.o ,it a .. vocation stanc in the supreme court. Tiis was tested in t ie N'ississioni lottery case when Me state triec to cest -oy the charter w i i c i it aao createc, anc the t.ecision was wi i Me sute. .t w i . . - o c . i l s o ^n t i t s W«re 8ba was Born In a Little Adobe House "^ 3llt t l U was a m a t t e r W l i c 1 ? cou c CAPITAL, $5o,ooc i PEIL SHERIDAN'S WIFE. T"**" " V T?" 1 · !'···· · H « mf In Albuquerque- Tne A hue uerc^ue J o u r n a . has tine ol- ow np c o n c e r n i n g the w r e o r Genera' .'ii Sierican: " . D r . W. T. Sirachan, in 3eeasi y testec at any t i i r e w sen l i e state ciose to co so*. T i e the " t o " a si', cot'c no: prevent it. Tie com nittee wi . oros a s i y resort to day to the ^ u s r e m e coure o" the United States. IRVING HOWBERT, KEN;. F. CROWELL .AMES M. SIGAFUS, . . F . H U M P H R E Y , . . R. WHEELBR New York Corr«8p"r'l : Chemlca! National Ronk ^515,320. Co o r a d o Springs is especia .y c o n / e r s a t i o n win a reporter o'tlie "ourna a t o w n o'.iomes, and being s u p p ' i e c w i t i to-cty, gave him some very i n t e r e s t i n g pure m o u n t a i n water ant. l i g i t e c win gas, m^vmation in rejjarc to a r m y r'e i:n t i i s it is now genera y c o r c e c e c to ue the c i t y t w e n t y five anr. more vears n ^ o , w icn most a t t r a c t i v e a n t . leaU.ifu o.ace o~ resi As Good as GlCt. L CARDS. Y/o- And its faci ities "or doing every Le.iJville H e i a M . socy s iea(! rnec -i:t e r ence in t n e state. ereclec c u r i n ^ t i e y e a r a r c o r a superioi class. Some o r trie n e w ewe' m ^ s h a v e A ^ u c u e r c u e was one o r t i e : o" r.ie bui"cinj;s mi i ary josts and s i i j i p y depots in t i e out.iwest. At t i . i t t i m e G e n e r a l ID. ]·;, g -igain, anc ) e t Leacvi"e was in c o n d i t i o n :e "o f: as s i n c e l i e s t r i k e was cisroverec. ~ i e New Yor't a e r i e w i b e i n s : i r K C w i ' i a r t l e piure c o n f i d e n c e , )ut we i n v e r "\vn i A u c e r , A-'IO i= now r h i e r c u irtermaster l o e t aiong w i t i o u t t.ie Nay Yoi oeob e cost "rom J5,003 to f8 oob can, and sev- r ort.ie d e p a r t m e n t o" the west, wit'.i erA o t i e r s are now in progress w h i c h wi , w i e n com j . e t e c , cost ;? 10 ooo each, or uo- ware.. A r n o n ? t i e .nrger DU: d i n g s erect- ec is a t i n e stone s o c k of stores anr oFices, at a cost o" J^.otxD, anc a h a n d some ant. we!, a r r a n g e d theatre, w h i c i .us Teac(_u.iirters at C lic.igo, was a m l j o r i n the regu ;ir a r m y anc. c a \ r t e r n i : i s « c r at t : » i s 3 ace. Tnere is an a ohe i o u s f , w ; t h a arge v a r c in r ront o" it, s t a n d i n g ,-. in e to tie soutieas 1 ; o t i e M x c h a n ^ e ..iote , list *.iere t i e road t u r n s toward the new no\v. . ie n o r t i 'jounc express c s t e r c a y a,"- t e r r o o n w.is a i i o m ' e TM er ' Lt.-atn. R. N CLARK ^ TX'IXG ZXG.NZSR. Reports on Coa , -./-. -ron, anc Fissure Mines. Consu ts on n«- worin(T fine management o" Vines anc Ores. iix;.H-rt on VIining Questiort" before tie Courts. Co^racd Springs, Cn orado c ' O H X C. F . T X A M , / " O'RNiY A.ND COU.VSZL..() i A." -- JL.C -.AW, S*.ica, (So. Arkansas C i a T e county, Colorado. Saeciai aitentioa given lo mining and r'al es'ate hugat on. d w m S 301 ~HOS. VI S K I N N E R . 2 . "KFFEKSON. Are -O *r.ose o: ar.y wi. soon ae i n i s i e c , at r. cost o- j6o,ooo. t o w r . It is now o w n e d anc occuoiec as " Tie .ota. cost of new h u i ' d i n g s anc a residence D Y -^on Cristoval A r m i j o , am.. i m p r o v e m e n t s in t i e tow\ c u r i n g i ^ S o i s it was .icre that V ajor l^uc'ter i v e c j and ft r .1n cents per l i t i f fir tir- inser'o i : five cents p-r i! ic tar each -ub~ i j u r T t injor:inn. Ailv."-(',emrriis Id go in cvcrv oth T d . i X . IT ni, ^^riain d.. ^ s i.: he wselc ten cenls per 1 ne for .. ch mserlioi. e s t i m a t e c at g^oo.o3O. Tae n i a r x e t in tiis o (i ac.o e house severa. cr" re-emotion anc honiesleac ,1-33 ications ' !S anc I'm.11 ,roof p a a e r s r tn ^e mace at -ngreers anc 3or;r«c-ots. [Jric'ging a Ssecia'iy.) -oorn i i , \Ve"s Prewitt 3 'k.G. orado Springs In the TA-E 03 1 .CG Nearly 60? Xiles ir. Operation. The Great Quic, Safe and Direct Line for Business aic P'easire "rave. 2ff COLORADO. Tie on^y route embracing the Grandest'and Choicest Scenery in Nature's repertoire : Tlie 3toyal Gorge and Grand Canon of -;.ie Arkansas, Ve~:a Pass, Man^-xiu^ Pike's Peak, 3ar- cln of -"ae G-ods, Xonu- men": Park, Poncloa Springs, Twin Lakes. Tirouga Trains Between Canver, _eacvi s, I v^oro arc San An:onio --VIA-- Colorado Springs, Hanitou, Pueblo, Canon CHy, South Arkansas, Buena ~ r ista, Cticharas and cwm 28 tf It is tn je mace o : real estate nave mat'jria' y acvancec c u c r e n were ^ o r n , ant. a r n o n ^ j t i e m C o u n t y C.erl's ol'rice, /.. .'aso c o u n t y c u r i n g t ic y e a r , anc t i e i i u m a e r o" trans- a -.iu^-iter wio ers mace lave seen Tie Co'oraco S p r i n g s 1880: i T h i r t y - f o u r o!3 m Co oran) S p r i n g ; fur ..... .. ....... S » v e n t e e n lots i n N' ' n n o u f j - r . . 160 acres a h . i v e .\.anituu ; in L'te '* s aj JQ 3^ per acre . . | . . . 1,2,7 a ^ r - s i u ' v i n j I a i n s a t an a v e r Kg: of $32 72 .er a c r e . | . . . u n u s u a l y *arge. o-' On era. is n o ^ t i e wi'e S i e r k ' a n . A t t h a t 11 S JCH.S CAVJP321.L,, (Successor to i.e'm C o m a a n y so'd in t l m e A i a u c u e n . u e was a very i r n p b i t a n t ens anr X o u ' e ' s s'n j!e, " on street, Co' i mi itary post, anc "rom here s u a a ies: were oraro Sjrmgs. T.ie Dtst a c c o r n m o d a t i n n s ' imen, out up y o u r teams at Stev- A ~ ^^ lN " 2v A ^ -AW, O^ice opposite £\. .'.so ( ouoty 3an. Jncer -.ie Xanacerr em cwm "O (I cistrfouted t ' l r o u t j i o u t a most t i e w i o e a n c owest r a t e s 371:" 12 I 2O OO 7 . 3 7 5 0 0 1,500 oo I.OIO.OO o t i e SouMwest. Tie posts in A r i z o n a , 3AAL.ANC," -\ _-:^OV j . K N M .'INT y 'J'lZ whi:i was Men a oart of N e w Mexico, A G A . N - '·" A. ' J 1 -"O.V ""' M a k i n g t o t a . sales or iSSo . oo were^supp tec: ^rom A a u c u e r c u e , as! were C C. C , u cone ucec -,e wou c K o a n d a so / orts, S t a n t o n , '"lorn anc Craig!, anc ta e a h u n t or Mat wonfeer'ul mu e, ti.it m a n y oliers t h a t .iave isiec Tie duties o" 3DGAH T. ZXS.GN, L^XZY AT LAW. Mermer U. S. Association anil Co-.ection Union. 2, Wan ess u.oc-t, ?ie's 'ea 36 wtf. O" a (?-' Deasts wtt.i h u m a n u n c e r s t a n c n^ can s t a n c on one e£ arc K i c w l t ! i Me o t i e r tiree. A f t e r an e x t e n c e c searci 'ounc lim in since 3een iaoo.- the c u i r t e r m a s t e r . were, under tie circumstances, very oner- anc 10 lis irreat s n m r U p ^ .n;u.Va,t the Denver anc Rio Grance ous , n c o , suc , a c i a r a c t e r t ,J it re _ Wi^e^clon^['"onc o C C C a r R a i l w a y Company c o m p etec a s.ior: me c u l r e £ a m a n 0 -- great executive abi ity to c "-' s t w e n t y co ar hats on. 'e iac connecting JV anitou wit i Co oraco Springs ciscijirge Mem. .-lere. no dou it Genera e v | f e p t V. s t r u c t it rir i since lis escase, and ive passenger t r a i n s are now r u n eao t u c k e r ace uirer. rrujci'o-" Mat k n o w er ? e :" r w i ': e l n t l e K o v e r n r r e n t e m a o y i e ^1 0" jG 3T'3V n £,* f 75T?7" : ?.~7V''7''i V A'C ~ ~ ^~ --**·*·- -J-fc--J-l J-j^ _*_il.»\ Who wil. guarantee to Seec Agents ."or L J eter "lencerson's Celearatec' .Garden Seed. The connection at South Arkansas witj stage? /ia Marsha! Pass, affords ue shortest, quickest and easiest route, over t a e 3est roads, to Gunnison City. P u t i n , Saguacje, Ouray, , _3«e City. uDy Camp, Crested Suites, GoUic a n L a ' ?°'' nts ' n t j e (iunnison country. .ae connection at Alatnosa with stages orms an easy and direct route, osen twelve months in every year, to Del Norte", Ante.ope Springs, Wagon Waeel Gao, Soguache, Gonni- S9n City, Ouray, I^ake City and al other princt- oa! points in t.ie Gnnni^«n and San "uan'coun- tries. Stnge connections at Canon City and Texas Cree/i constitute the only routes to Silver Clifr and Rosita. Stages at £. Moro for Trinidad, "our mi.es distant. Direct connection at Paehlo with the Atchison,, Topexa Santa 7e Kai road .'or all points Give 3--ylre SaTlsiac-.ior. N C R T H , 2 AST SOUTI-I To a . who entrust work, to his, calie. way Ciii y. Tiie - j r o j e r i y ' o t us com 3 a n y at M a n i t o u las ^ e e n t i f t r e b y m a i e r i a ) increased in va ue, ant. severa. ba.es ot ots "or i m m e t ' i . i t e i m a r o v e m e n t i a v e since 3een nruce. "~ie Co oraco S p r i n g s c o m p a n y so (1 t i e V a n i t o u .iote. m " me'.ast -'or #30000, o r w h i c i a m o u n t 55030 i \ s seen .ain Cown, a n c . t ie , a ance remains on tit- was not aa.e anc experience M U macc i - m so efficient co. ar ones, -in o filler d u r i n g t i e war U j r i n ^ a port i o n o ; ' t i n t t i m e Me jo-.: lere was com- inHnc^c. Dy Gener.i Mi es anc .V i r SID".)', 90 we'.. n o w n in V j n n e s - J t t , anc C ipta. n 13 m n e v i e, r e n o w n e r as a '·^.ock'y moun ain exp orer. Tie "Tiird i n ' j i n t r y was stationed icre, and a"terwarc3 Me to w e a r , even one of tiieir Carry a f u ' l stock o r ALFALFA. R3 3 ""t c w . ^ UR GRASS. W us mise-.. 3 e p r o s e r t y at interest to 3e p.iic 3y insta 1- tieselrooos to jjuarc the mai s on the o'cl anc je mace Cnst.i satibn, D'zzijn- s, L o s s o ' Appetite. C o m i n g U D , o- the _ : "ooc Y- · ··- we wi . se tiem .-311 on s v i t a zer, juar antetc lo-cure Mem. So o DV v "^ \ c M M , anc a was a aart o" Me cuty o : msor. "~ ./:» ; i-y d o s o m m y 3 e o p « «esee around gAS eem :o oreVr . o s u " r a n c Je mace . n c i g e s t i o n . Cnst.i satibn, s o ' Appetite, C o m i n g u3,0- · w S k i n , w i e n 'or 75 cents :m Sii oh's Vita zer, uar- CLOVEN, -. !VOTr.Y; O^cJlAiD GRASS arir ONION S2"7S. S~., Denver, -oraco. Senr. r or J List. wa 15 2m . Ofany Stjleor Desc iption '] i '( ^SZ) AND m e n t s . S i n c e t i i s s a e t h e ^ u r c i a s e r o v e r d u e mai route. Genera Lon^street T u ' . t a .ar^e accition :hereto, couh'ing t i e capacity o" t i e houle. "Tae o t i e r hotels have also 3een e n - .ar^ec and im3rovec, and several stores, stor*e cottages anc residences aave Deen 3tii t. Tie tota. cost o ' j new 3ui cings erected and i m s r o v e m e n s on hotels at .V.anitou c u r i n g 1880 is es'imated at ^100.- OOD. T.ie Co'oraco Ssrings c o m p a n y las, s y c u e process o" l a w , securec the "or- feiture o-" anot'ier oiece o:"pro3erty u n d e r tae . ic uor c ause conttinec in its deeds, and suits are sti . 3snding* w i i c i i n v o l v e t.ie tit e to one or two o t i e r aroserties. The m a r t e : va.ue o f t i e o-operties wiic.i have reverted. :o t i e comaany 3y t i e en forcement o r tiis clause is over §10,000, near y ant stfvera ot"ier oRcers. who lave since Decorr e -"amous in tie listory o : t i e war as CJ^c r ederate eacers, were at di^srent times, stationed here." Personal. O n c e r C ement went to ?ueblo yester- cay OB o n c i a . justness. Mr. A C. Goocrici accomoaniec 1-Iarry True to Santa 7e on "ricay nig it. Mr, ^ I-". Crowe io exDected lome rom t,ie east the ear y part o-' Me Week. IVajor A en^and Messrs O L God'rey anc '. VV. .Voyd'Went to Denver on the afternoon exoress yesterday. Colonel Giason, 6" Cincinnati, came anc tie rents now receivec by the com- cown Irom Denver yesterday and ite^is- oany Tom these oroperties is at Me rate tered £.t Me Co .orado Sp-ings hotel. ' o, : $2,000 aer annum. ,, . - .,, ... ".'' 9 iv.r. . W. Wa- ace, genera, manager o " It has been one of Me objec-.s o-" the tie G-iss-?enc.ery mine at Leacvi le, who* Co.oraco Springs company since i:s orga has peen visiting his Tamil y in tais city, nization to make Colorado Sarin^s a Drom- re:urnec to _eacvi e yestercay. Mr. W. W. r'ungero'rd, genera, superintenden: o" ,he Denver and Rio Grance men in t Je eas:. - ais co. Lege iias been in success-'u. operation for :he pas*, three years, aac has recerr. y a fine stone bailding on *.^e inent edaca'.ional cen:re, aid ;o t.iis enc i: aas hereto "ore made liberal conations o- Lanc. :o t'le Co.oraco College, an organi . , laion -os-.ered and aided by a number or" TM ^'. cami ^ ow " m Denver yester- cay, a«c wi...spend Sunday wi-.j : 'jis ram- ily in rtis city. " , Xes»rs. C iar.es A. Lee and Z. ?. Z^Iow- ber k . reurned -"rom Xeraer Crees yes-.er- lancs conaiec, a: a cos: o- about ^20,000. c.ay. riey reoor; tha: many o- :he mines TJC college i»as an exce.Len-. coros o- are bwing worker, -.bis win:er, and -.lae -.eacbers. aat jas now nine;y s:uden:s in caijip presents a live.y appearance. SAI.S WHHRRAS, Hcn-y Liml-ach, of El Pa=o county, and s'ate ol C lo-ado. by his certain Heed of pust da-eJ Fcb- U A r y igt, 1879, a n i d u y reco d ;d in ne cfficeof the ^ e i k a n d re :or.;er r,l saht cduntv; on t h e « t h d y o f A- Prices -ha- wu. Compane wl-^i Houses. Sauipmect "Jniurpassed. PtL-lmar. Palace Sleeping Crs, Zlor^on 3leo-ining Chair Oars, and Observation Oars O n c a y l i g i t trains through the Royal Gorge. Tirough tickets to all principal -joints north, south, east and west, wita rate^ a.ways as ^ow as the lowest. ru., ir.'ormation on application to Local Agents, or to D C DODGS, - J c NIMS, Q'. Managei. Gen'1 Ticket Agen:. D2NVEH; COLO. dw g 17 t* pr -musory role of even d -te tor $2 ooo, payable ., two jcars aft rdale, to the order of C R Bi-sell, did convey to the uni*r igt e !, C. '. Reynolds, trustee, all thoe prem s-s he ei, alt. r descried by wnvch fust deed it is prnv dedthat.m c..se . f default in th« payment of said ' oto or a ;y pa t the'co', or .he .ut-rest therco i, it shall and may be -awful fjr s.i-t trustee to a- verti-c and scU thcptenn'e- percin · escnbed. and as tl'eri-in provided and whe.eas. default has been mad · in the p.ym^nt of * !·'not and thejntetest due hfrenn. No ·, therefore at ihe r. quest of the legal holder of v»id not- and 'o'' t h e i u r p o c rf paymg the sm.-, and the .nterrst due U.ereon, .rgeihcr with ihe c sts of sale. I shill, on Sa'. r- f'ay !he 5 th day of M-rcn, A. D., iSE., at ten o'clock in the f renoon. at ilie front door of ihe (o-irt l o -se in he 3incing o: 1L. siraa_e s:y.es. n a And Cit \°'5 : ' ] ° na . 0 S WV*',* olmacU. cell at public auct.f n to the h-gheM b'dder for cash, all, the premises in said deed ol trust .dtscribed. ic-w t: ' These % ol the nw }£, section 7, towi it. spf rarge 60. w, containing forty acres. Th- e % of ihe se V, sec 13, ind e H of ne },.{, sec 24 town n, s,of rane 67 -v · o n t u n ng ··, ne h\mdre ' and sixty a^e,. . The e y, pi the ne « sec. 1(5. d n d the sw ^ of s w % se c n, a''d s { ol the - e % s c. 10. town i t , s of range, 67 w, co' Urn ing o e hundred and filty ^cres; anH aLso lots in the town 01 Monument, us follows: Lots one, two three live. -Vx, .seven, eight' ,,,ne. ten, eleven twelve th,rt'en, fourteen, and fifteen, i» block thiitee-s lot* ooe. two, three, four tive, i x . scves, eight, nit-e, ten. eleven, twe Iv thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, and sixteen m block fourteen; .lots on , iwo, three, f.iur nve. twelve, thirteen, fouitcen, fifteen and stx-een, in block twe!v; lot. two, three .lour. fiv#, six, seven, eight', nin«, t e n , eleven, ^twelve. thirteen, fourteen, fift-en, and sixteen, m block seven; lots one. two '' ree - fo , ur . five-, six, lei, eleven. twelve', thirteen, fruiteen, and fifteen, in block fifte r- lots on*. two, eif t. eleven, twelve', nlteen. and sixieen, in bock one. All in Uifr-iona y 1 of EU Paso, Mate of Gotorarfo togethe' wuh. all r-.nrt. dtle and interest and equ ty o redemption ot said Henry Limbach, his heirs of assigns therein. i _ . . L ' CHARJ.B 1 !". RnVNOLDS, Trustee. Ool»rade|Spnngs, Colorado. Feb. 8, A. l»., 1881. ' wb-ia-4. :, Our Uewcrlptlve Illustrated Prfca lgf. No.29. of Ury Ooods. ptc., w i l l be Issued about March 1 1st. 1881. Prioes quoted In No. 28 wil'. remain good u n t i l that date Send us jjour name early for copy of No. a». Free to any atliliex*. ftlONTGOMEKY \ V A K I 3 CO., ',Vabi»sh Ave.% Clilcaffo. 111. d 3 ly Owing to the oressure of my duties as Deouty Coilector as well as otier outside wot*, I have decided to c'ose out my easiness o." _ O JC\ And will o r er tae STOCK AND 7:X,- JHES "or a sjori time at -n t j e meantime I wi . se 1 at retail at reduced rates. dwb 12-t" wa J 6ta Seer: Jor ?jp-.ograoi o any sriced Sac r . e retired. «:n anc I las: :he Ka.ional Land ;·: Coin,3an'r was ena 5.ec of s«Curvstes! -0 oiake a re-.urn ' ftae·.original, caji-.al I;." is, exoectea -ja~. A: r,veoc-occ yestercay morning tae me rcuor on -.be-Pea* registered 25 cegrees 3e ow Zer0 W ' K ^. M winc o:owini a . . le ra;e or - ^ miles ^ j our . J k» , ^^ w ^~m?~ " w ' -i ' · 7 ·· · ' · ·· a "'.·*" · · · · . - . :' PIKS'S. TEAK AVE. Is a.80 done in tje V35ty 3 3)S7 S^YL anc at 33ASOXA313 PXJCZ "So eas-.ern mai- rbrtie oast-.wo cays, o' a snow b.octace on - VANS, CALVZ^T GO'S PAIXTS ON HAND. rv DEALERS IN j A5J 'X X3ZP February, 1881. ;OI-IX QU.NCY ADA.YS' DIA ^Y -- ,^-T-X 3 F ." 3H "· orset r. -"^O JDZ'S D37ZXC2 O7 .-13X * 3y Robert .-I. THIS TARIJJ Q-J3STTOX. 3y .-ramLlon Andrews I-3L. M. ZOLA AS A CHITIC. 3y Tjnmas Sar CHRIST: AX ^ni^vv.?.^-- ^3s** ;v-uKi;-v^f : .,, Or ?sto nee 3ox 1753, , 3? Le- oo c Katscber. ,?ICr:OX AXD ?'J3LIC _:3A3iI3S. 3y "ames Mascarene Hu ,V-^. TZXXYSOX'S X3W VOL'iTM 3y George oarnett . OTR MSRCANTIL3 post.]»ic., 50 cents a number; ^ A.S. 3AI\ZS, ''*3aaas£!i8S9g:sM «.,,,,,,.,, KWsi-AptsflrlCHIVEscom

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