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The Bessemer Indicator.
'VOL. 3. NO. 48.
%ew Prices
New Firm.
Btnrt the year light. Try our nyntetn. We
will save you money. In your grocery bill
an Item worth looking nt? Did It ever Rtrlkc
you that in trading with a firm that does u
c.redit business nud thereby under tho noc
c-asary heavy uxpenxeH of Ikh)U-keeper, col
lector and bail debts that those who patron
ize such firm pay for these luxuries? CAN
YOU AFFORD IT? Trade with us one year.
Mnke your arrnugements with the beginning
of the new yeur. PAY CASHI BUY YOUII
Moses & Allen
Wo quotes few prices. Can you not seen
caving In them?
1 can -’i lb Prlce.s linking Powder at 30c
1 cun lb Itoynl Baking Powder 35c
1 can lib Atlas Baking Powder 13e
:«J boxes matches 2ftc
1 lb Baker's Premium Chocolate 46c
1 lb Millard's premium Chocolate 40c
1 lb Coconnut 35c
1 bottle 2 oz Price’s Demon extract 15c
1 bottle 2 oz Price's Vanilla extract 25c
1 A No. 1 Carpet broom 30c
1 Fine broom 25c
1 Good broom 20c
1 box Cox's Gelatine 15c
2 boxes Peerless Gelatine 25c
2 bars I'cur’s soap 25c
These aro a few small articles that enter
Into tho daily purchases og every family.
Notice the difference In the prices from
other firms.
Down Go Potatoes!
Fine Genuine Greeley Potatoes.. 11.50
4 lbs Jersey Sweet Potatoes for 25c
Wc hove 5 csrs in our cellars and only by
purchasing eurly are we able to sell at these
Flour is Cheapar.
100 lbs Columbine (full patent) 91.05
100 lbs Lhogo : 1.85
25 lbs Graham 50
25 lbs Corn incal 50
A Few Canned Goods.
1 can French Peas at 20
1 can French Mushrooms ... .20
1 can tomatoes . .10
2 cun corn 10
1 can 2U lbs California grapes . 17S
I can 2'j lbs Callofrnla plums. .. 17»^
1 can 2'j lbs California pcuchca, etc. .. 2o
Cheap Fruits.
l rtoz 175 sise Oranges at 25c
1 dox 17U size Naval oranges 33r
Malaga Orupes 25c
1 doz 300 size leniona 25c
1 do* Bananas 25c
Wo always carry the most complete assort
ment of fresh fruits to bo found in the city,
and buying!!n-large quantities for cash, can
give you LOWER PRICES thau can be
found elsewhere.
Everything Good.
Nuts. ()and!es, Raisins, all boxed and
canned delicacies. Kennedy’s Crackers, etc.
Moses & Allen
202 South Union avenue and Corner of
Sixth and Santa Fe ave.
Criminal "Law a Specialty.
Divorces Quick nnil Easy. Rtrictly Confi
Room 131—2 Central Elk., Fuebix), Colo.
W. L. Git All AM, Oil AS. E.HAXTON,
President. Cashier.
Union Ave. and C Street, Pueblo, Colorado
Authorized Capital, - - 9250,000.
Paid In Capital, ... 50,000.
Surplus, 175,0ut.
Fill Set of Teeth
Rooms 201-5-0-7, Central Block.
Bridge and Crown work done. Also all
work known to modern dentistry. Prices
osonuble and.all work Warranted.
Sam Slade,
Room 35 Grand Opera House, - Pueblo
Buy and Sell
Farnilare, Carpels Curtains, Glassware
Queenswar Tinware, etc.
Manufacturers of and dealers in
Buggies and Wagens,
Agricultural Implements of All Kinds. Wag
on and Buggy Harness.
ios-ios a union av«.. ioh-ioa victoria ave..
Telephone No. hi. PUEBLO, COLO
Stumpf Bros. Meat Market,
128 South Union Avenue,
Leaders in Live and Dressed
Pigeons, Ducks, Geese, Tur
keys, Opossums, Quails, Etc.
Largest assortment in the City
We respectfully solicit your patronage.
Satisfaction guaranteed in everything. Give
us a trial. Orders called for ana delivered to
may part of the City. STUMPF BROS.
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thing of
rare bits of art,
and withal an enterprise ’
that great paper.
One of the certain acts of the
ninth general assembly will be to
legislate in favor of having the sec
ond district ludge appointed for this
judicial district. As it is Judge
Elwell is overcrowded and it is im
possible for him to dispose of all the
cases on the docket.
J. W. Brentlinger of Pueblo has
been appointed deputy state labor
commissioner by Seoretary of state,
N. O. McClees. Mr. Brentlinger wae
a candidate for congressman on the
peoples party ticket at the late elec
tion. The secretary has also ap
pointed a Pueblo man as state
measurer of printing, Mr. Otto Thum
of the Pueblo Printing Go.
Cripple Creek and Fremont will
meet with a great deal of opposition
from the gulch towns of Barry, Law
rence and Arequa in their endeavor
to have a new county created from
the counties of El Paso, Fremont
and Park. At present the gulch
townß mentioned arc weak and stand
no show with their stronger neigh
bors to the north, but they think
that two years hence the conditions
may be changed when one of them
might win tl\o prize.
There is no doubt but what the
business outlook for the approaching
Bpring is gradually improving. In
fact there has been a very noticeable
change for the better within the last
two weeks, and while there may not
be a boom with all its attending wild
excitement there is certain to be a
steady trade in all kinds of business.
Real estate is beginning to move
which is always a sure sign of activ
ity in everyihing in general. Several
real estate transfers were made in
Bessemer this week and other deals
will follow in short order. Almost
every house id the city is occupied
nnd the building season has begun.
The year 1893 is sure to be one of
prosperity in Colorado.
The city council of Bessemer has
met the city council of Pueblo half
way in the matter of seeking a basis
for the consolidation of the two cities
As published in last week’s Indica
-1 tor Mayor Hamilton appointed as
, the commission for Pueblo, Charles
Henkel, George West and T. J.
Downen. At a meeting of the
council last Monday night Mayor
Shockey appointed as a commission
to meet that of Pueblo, B. Sweet,
i Andrew Glover, and S. N. Salter. It
will now be in order for the com
missioners to meet and discuss plans
for a union of the two cities and
then report to their respective coun
cils. And thus it is that consolida
tion will again be a factor in politics
: at the city election next spring.
“It has been almost unanimously
decided that strikes and boycotts are
relics of the past, utterly out of date
at the present time, and Colorado’s
assemblies will hereafter look to the
ballot to right any injustice that muy
The above is n quotation from a
written report of the doings of the
, Knights of Labor on Monday of this
week just before the final adjourn
ment of the state assembly. Sensi
ble men. And now if the labor ele
ment throughout the state will be
governed by the wiso resolve of the
assembly they will win the respeot
| and admiration of every good citizen.
The only way to win recognition
from capital is through lesislation
and the sooner 1 uch a course is be
; gun the better it will be for the
’ workingman.
7 .
I is apprehensive lest the U.
ament will enact measures in
future excluding Italians
Us country. Firstly, the
■pvernment says the great
■Msoney sent back from the
is a source of great
secondly, that the
to this country
in every social
with the
make better
p, ”3e jj^^their
ever rises above a good
keg of beer am!
of this
speaks kn aiß ~V7’
to the
Juan countrywß|)JJMPlTtah.
fewer than 4,000 men are already oP
the grounds while a regular stampede
is going on from the nearest rail road
stations, the men all being anxious
to be among the first to arrive in the
region of wealth. It is reported on
what is considered the best authority
that hundreds of the miners arc pan
ning out from $ 10. to SSO. per day
while others are actually picking the
cube gold out of the quartz exposed
along the sides of the cliffs. Otto
Mears, that energetic pathfinder for
the railroads is now searching with a
corps of surveyors the best route for
a road to the fields and tho probaUl
ities are that operations will at once
be.commenced to extend the D. & R.
G. southern from Colorado
on to Bluff city in the heart of the
raining camp. AH is excitement
and the famous gold fever of Cali
fornia in 1849 promises to be rival
led by this new camp in the pictur
esque country of the wild San
Wlrot was Done at the Stockholders
There was a mettiug of the stock
holders of the Pueblo City Kailway
Co. at their offices in Pueblo Mon
day at which some important mat
ters concerning the road were dis
cussed aud several new officers
elected. It- was thought for a time
that there would be a transfer of
the property as a result of the meet
ing and some still hold to that
opinion but if there should be no
one outside of the company has any
knowledge of It.
There was a general all round
discussion regarding the policy to
- be pursued by the company in the
future and it was agreed to run the
system for all there is iu it. Better
service is to be provided and a gener
i al overhauling of all the cars will be
made; and the tracks repaired. The
stockholders tiiink the road can be
made to be a good paying institu
tion and they mean to make it so.
The officers elected were as follows:
James E. Downey succeeds himself
as president and his son, Julian B.
Downey was re-elected secretary
while H. F. Chubbuck succeeds him
as general manager. William Mar
tin was elected superintendent and
John Thompson traillc manager.
The people of Bessemer have as
yet manifested but little interest in
the question of consolidation with
Pueblo. Those approached by the
Indicator on the subject appear to
be indifferent saying that they have
not given .the question much con
sideration and it seems that most of
the discussion is going on down in
Pueblo. It would be interesting to
know where the Chieftain got its in
formation when it stated few morn
ings ago that the people uf this city
were practically in favor of consol
idation and it would be still more
interesting to find out how the
Pueblo correspondent of the Denver
News discovered that the populists
of the two cities would work to
gether for a union. It is true that
commissioners from both cities have
been appointed with a view to re
port on some plan by which the
consolidation can be effected but
they have not yet held s meeting.
The fact is Bessemer Is rather
jealous of her Identity as a city of
• the second class and unless given a
strong representation In the council
i of the united city will be very slow
about going Into the union.
Spider and the Fly at tha Grand naxt
Tueaday oveaing. A groat show; don't
miaa it.
General Manager J.
spent Wednesday in
Superintendent T.
having a general
the lore men.
sutislied with
running and
n»eu d atlons JB;
tliis week *fe-.f - V*C.
pa rtin e n "x,.. ’■‘ ' \
antHEv./ r -'’w'' |
'fry -■
foun VfC t
ing mill
The ore roast^
stocking up and 200 tons are being*
taken out every day. The sulphur is
being thoroughly takeu out and the
ore is in fine condition.
A small sized strike took place in
blast furnace No. 3 last Bunday
morning in which about twenty
men walked out and the furnace
was temporarily shut down. The
strike seems to have been inspired
by a couple of agitators who pre
vailed on the others to quit work.
The furnace keeper was getting $2.50
per day and the helpers $2.15 which
they declared was not enough.
During the day several changed
their minds and went back to work
while others were discharged by
Supt. C. 8. Kobinson. On Monday
the men all at
those who
new men. .JR
j. v.
had a nasßL r j£ ; .?<?
stautly .f'.] (•'■? V;
day evej
passes n vi
they work 'theheavy
weight of three ftiMi&'ejkrrand all
came crashing dotrn.upon the little
shanty which only a moment before
had been vacated by the men. The
shanty was as completely hidden
away as if buried under a mountain.
Lucky Leithead, lucky Snooks.
John Garavich who was struck
over the head bv a negro named
Brooks during an altercation over
the ownerthip of a shovel last Sun
day morning is gradually improving
at the C. C. AI. hospital. Doctors
Bailey and Corwin found it neces
sary to remove several pieces of his
skull. Brooks who made good his
escape is hiding out somewhere and
the probabilities are will never
come back.
When a man puts in 45 days
and 1 hours work in a month be is
certainly workiug early and late.
That is the record made by I*. J.
Allen in December.
Pay day was to have been on the
14 but the clerks being UDable to get
the pay roll out by that time the pay
day has been postponed to the
Foreman Mike Martin has orders
to lay several switches of railroad.
The Peoples Party Organization.
Wednesday night the peoples party
held an intei eating meeting in the city
hall and interested themselves in the
affairs of the city. A mock city council
was chosen as follows:
For mayor, W. S. Williams; aldermen
Ist ward, L. P. Andrews and G. W.
Gower; 2nd ward, Thomas Russell nud
Conn Finn; 3rd ward, M. B. T. Allen
and C. O. Riohardson; 4th ward P. C.
Dunlap and O. A. Lee. Dan Roberts
was chosen clerk. At the next meeting
other officers will be chosen. The coun
cil will meet the first and third Tuesday
of each month and will be carried on
after the fashion of the third legislative
house now organized in Pueblo.
An Impartial Judge
bays the Missouri Pacific is the most
desirable route for all classes of travel
ers from Pueblo to Kansas City, St.
T/onis and all points east. Through
Pullman sleeping cars and reclining
chair cars (seats free) from the Rocky
Mountains to the Missouri and Missis
sippi riven. Close connections with
all diverging lines. Wm. Hogg, city
ticket agent, telephone 191.
MONEY aaved by placing it in the
Pueblo Savings Bank. Don’t
delay but begin an account if you have
aot already done so.
The (???) Institute,
f.J- ;i , ;
WtiWn No. Children 11
Invalid Lady 1
Places scoured for domestics 11
Cash paid to treasurer $34.70
Very liberal donations were re
ceived during the month from Miss
Rae Hunt, Mrs. Kempthorn, Mrs.
Johns, Lodge No. 1 A. A. of I. and S.
W. of Bessemer, Mr. I. W. Richards,'
Miss Williams, Mrs. Tasker, Taylor
Harry, H. C. Miller & Co., Mr. Yates
Herman A Shloss and others. On
Saturday evening Dec. 24 Mesdames
Newlon, Daniels, Kempthorn and
I-Messes Newlon and Brazier met at
■lie Helping Hand and arranged a
Beautiful Christmas tree, loaded
preseuts, and every inmate of
Ine Home was most gonerouslv
jrre rae inhered. Ou Monday evening
•were generously remembered bj’ the
Glade with fine candies and a liber
al donation of chickens from the
Andrews Packing Co. Also dona
tions from others. It is our earnest
prayer that God will help the liber
al doners.
Mrs. Susan Gray.
A Winter in the South.
A winter in the South— the very
words conjure up delicious memories
for those who have been there. The
bright sunny skies, the dry, bracing air
and the warm sunshine is in decided
contrast to the cold, bleak north.
The great state of Texas is celebra
ted n 9 one great broad winter resort in
itself, but the following places arc, per
haps, particulrHy popular: Fort Worth,
with its mineral baths, healthful climate
aud good hotels; Austin, the beautiful
capital city; Ban Antonio, one of the
few really historical places in our coun
try; Houston, with its blooming roscsj
oleanders and groves of oranges and
lemons, and Galveston with its delici
ous sea breezes. These are but a few
of the dclightf.il resorts of this highly
favored region.
An osenpe from all tho pains and dis
comforts of our rigorous weather, trau
sported by magic from the region of
snow and ice to the fragrauce of this
summer-land, is now mndc possible and
easy by the Denver, Texas & Ft. Worth
brunch of the Union Pacific system,
which runs through Pullman Palace
sleepers between Denver, Fort Worth,
Dollas, Shreveport and New Orleans,
and offers exceedingly low excursion
rates to all Southern cities from Denver,
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Trinidad.
For a full description of Southern win
ter resorts, reached over the Union Pa
cific system, or for excursion rates ap
ply to A. S. Cotiibkrtson, General
Agent, Triangle block, or Union Depot,
Pueblo, Colo
They Will Have It.
The public demand through service
when traveling. It is old fashioned to
“change cars.” On the through, solid
vestibuled trains of thn Chicago, Union
Pacific A Northwestern line from or to
Chicago, Omaha and Denver, there is
no ohange. This is the finest and fast
est service between the points named.
If you want your clothes oleaned
and repaired, send a poetal to 1226
Evans Avo., and I will oall for them.
P. H. McCurdy.
Get yonr %bstraets from J, J
j La&fdon, No. 211 Boath UnUfi Av*.
239 North Union Avenue.
IflkDealers in Canon City, Lenox, Maitland, France
vilie and all kinds of Steam Coal.
■s' BLr agency at Herman & Shloss’ store.
Yard Telephone 202. Herman * Shloss’ Telephone 221
Paints, Oil, Glass, Varnish and Brushes.
; Kalsoiriininaand Glazing done on
Short Notice,
'C/Bk IVork Guaranteed.
HIGHEST PRICE for Second-hand
r'.Y.j-’L'?/'; Tables and Spring Mattresses.
BHHHBHBBhbg and Cook Stoves and Queensware.
or Trade.
../v ,' ,f j. E. HOYT,
OLDEN ' P " s ' A- ROYAL - v ‘° pnt3 -
A ' HAMMOND - CASKitn. H. L. HOLDEN, ut't ca»m.
Pueblo, - - - Colorado.
D. L. Holden, w. A. Moses,
A. Royal, Josephine K. Moouk, H. L. Holden.
A full line of fresh drugs always on hand. Prescriptions care
fully compounded either day or night. Give me a call.
D. R. Greens, mm. d.f. Urmy, vice mm n. d. Hinsdale, cmhm.
James L. Lombard. T. A. Siounc. Thos. Thompson. Charles West.
Roger W. Woodbury. R. K. Unoy. J. i». Martel. J. K. Shlreman.
J). It. Greene. a. E. Grnhnm. 11. K. Holloway. N. D. Hinsdale.
John .1. Burns.
J. B. GATES* Manager.
TELEPHONE 185. Between Union and Victoria Avenues.
The Perfection Steam Laundry.
Work Culled for «ncl Delivered Promptly,
Goods left at the Bessemer Fair or Foster’s Restaurant receive prompt attention.
Telephone 146 Proprietors.
I FAPApiACI ’ eeran Doesn’t quote any prices, but he permits
WlUvvlluu* nooneto givc more Groceries imd Provisions for a BIG
DOLLAR than he does., lie is in THE LEAD and intends
to stay there. Don’t ask questions, but drop in and sec him. You will call again
Also furnishes material. Sandstone of all dimensions. Office at Livery
Stable near City Hall, Bessemer.
For Fresh Fruits and Confectioneries of all kinds, Ci
gars, Tobaccos, Cider, Oysters and a variety of goods
kept at a first-class stand, go to—
Corner Union and Adutendo Avenues, PUEBLO, COLO.
The Binford Coal Company,
Headquarters for all kinds of Cool. We hare storage for a Urge
quantity and can always supply the trade, We accept D &
R. G. orders. We handle all the Coke made in Vueblo.
OFFICE— 2X2 South Union avenue. Phone 257.
YARD—Under C Street Viaduct. Phone 120.

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