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VOL. 3. NO. 31.
A FEW SNAPS We purchase in large quantities. tVe pay cash. We get every discount going. You go: the benefit. DO lbs Rolled Oats, SI.OO 3 pkgs Rolled Oats, .25 100 lbs Greeley potatoes, genuine, 1.50 1 doz. choice oranges, .15 1 lb Gold creamery butter. .05 5 lbs No. 1 Island Rice. .25 0 lbs Navy beans, .25 7 lbs fine Figs, 1.00 1 doz 300 size Lomons .25 1 ean j-lb Prices baking powder, .30 All package coffee, .25 3 pounds full cream, Cheese, .50 1 can French Peas, .20 1 can French Mushrooms, .20 1 lb Climax Tobacro. .40 2 Id Star Tobacco, .40 2 !b 11. S. Tobacco, .40 2 cans red Salmon, .25 1 lb Mixed candy .10 1 lb Mixed nuts .20 8 bars laundry soap. .25 5 bars white floating soap, .25 6 sneks, 3 lbs. table Balt, .25 1 pound best tea, .05 1 bottle 2-oz Price’s vanilla extract, .25 1 bottle 2 oz Price’s Lemon extract, .15 1 lb choice smoking tobacco & pipe .20 100 11m Coluuibiuc flour 1.J15 100 lbs Shogo flour 1.85 100 lbs Ktr.pirc flour 1.90 We iruarantcc each article purchased, •None ean give you as FRESH GOODS. Wc tvrn our stock every 80 days NO STALE GOODS. \vhy will you con tiuue to pay others large profits for the small accommodation of getting trusted for a few days? We do business with you RIGHT. Try us Once you get in the habit of PAYING CASH we will have your trade, for WE SELL CHEAP ER than any other firm iu Pueblo. Call on us. Write us. Moses & Allen 202 South Union Avenue and Corner of Sixth aud Santa Fe Ave. CUT RAILWAY TICKETS. I will givs you lower Railway or Steum ship rates to any part of the Uni ted States er Europe thun can he had through any one eiso in Southern Colo rado. Call on or write me for rates and I will furnish you with all desired infor znation. C. L. TINGLE, Ticket Ilrokcr. Pueblo. South Union Ave. near II Street. R. A. CROSSMAN, ATTORNEY-AT—LAW, Criminul Law a Specialty. Divorce* Quick and Easy. Strictly Confi dential. I loom 131—2 Central lllk., Fukiii.o, Coi.o. W. L. Graham, Ciias. E.Saxton, President. Cashier. WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, Union Ave. and C Street, Pueblo, Colorado Autliprlxcd Capital, - . $2.70.000. Paid In Capital, - - - 50,000. Surplus. 175,001. Pull Set of Teeth Foil $5.00 AT DR. STONE'S DENTAL PARLORS, lkiom*2ol-. r >-f)-7, Central Illock. Bridge and Crown work done. Also all work known to modern dentistry. Prices asonable ami all work Warranted. WEST BROS. Buy and Sell Fnrniinre, Carpels Curtains, Glassware Queenswar Tinware, etc. HIGHEST PItYOE PAID FOR SECOND HAND GOODS. 100 UNION AVENUE. • - NEAR BRIDGE F. H. STEWART & CO. Manufacturers of and dealers in Buggies and Wagons, Agricultural Implements of All Kinds. Wa-r -on anu Buggy Harness. I OS-106 a UNION A VS.. 103-104 VICTORIA AVE.. Te Li phone No. ISC. PUEBLO, COLO , Stompf 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 MEATS, MEATS, MEATS. *011011 your patronnao. SsturSotlon guaranteed In everythin*. Olye oars trial. <>rdera called for and drtlyeml to •ny part of the City. BTC U PF 11KOB. As Invaluable Remedy for Colds. Sheriff Herd man, of Tjler Co , W. Vs., tu alaoit proatated with s cold when he began tiling Charaberlain’a Co«gh Remedy. Is apeaklng of It he esjrsi 'll gay# me almoet Isatsat re lief. I led it to he as laralaabU twAj for <*cM*, N 9e* esie by W. P. rivM SMigtot. . •; ’ ' r- - • •" -• ■* The Bessemer Indicator. Tub Indicair. P. BYRNES, Editor and f 'rietor. Published Every Saturday at It icr.Colo. Entered at tho PoAtoUlce at. I'u Colo., as second elans muttei PltlCK OF HUBSCKIP i. One Year $ 1 tX) •Six Mouths 60 Ex governor John sin has been nominated for Unit States senator by the populists’ ii r Kan sas state legislature. The committees in th ;eneral assembly of the state ar jetting down to business and sot omc of the bills introduced will 1 nacted into laws Say a good word for Usenier when you can and assist ry good business enterprise by wor ind act. All push together for the owth of enterprise and the year 13 will witness a change for the b< r. The new year is brinf j a har vest of dentil to the note men of this country. B. F. But It. B. Hayes and L. Q. C. Lama ave nil been laid beneath the sot ithin a few days. All wore men national repute. William M. Stewart, • great champion of free coinage silver was honored this week b i« Ne braska legislature by bcin< lectcd his own successor as Unit States senator. No honor is too mt for Senator Stewart. State Superintendent of tract ion Murray has issued t semi annual apportion tndfljof sclu funds. The total amount is $43,( 99 of which Pueblo county recc s $3,- 098.38. Only one county, A .aho«, gets more, $12,080.00. Cou.NTy Treasurer W. J. cNu mara, bis deputy and four ch i are busy from early morning i il 10 o'clock at night making c tax receipts. The penalty is pm a the taxes February first and pe< o are crowding the office all day rious to pay up. The appointment of Me ignor Satolli as head of the newly e.‘ blisli ctl Papal delegation in the nited [States is a manifestation the friendliness of the church o Lome to this country. The chtiri and state will from tins time on ct in more hnunony than ever. The Rocky Mountain ami oblo Railway Company was incorf ated this week, the object being con struct a street car line from ieblo to Overton, six miles distiiu The incorporators are A. E. (i mm, John Coon, George A. Hobson 1. J, Overton and II- M. Chiflen, a the capital stock is $50,000. According to the United ates census taken in 1890 Color oat that time contained 104,920 men aged 21 years and over, all of mm ought to lie voters. In the :ent election the total number of ites polled for governor in the slat was 93,700, showing that loss tliai wo thirds of the total number of )ssi ble voters participated in the lec tion.—Pueblo Sunday Opinion. House bill No. 90 making 8 ur day a half holiday in Colorndt vas killed in the house of represent:! res as it should be. But no soonei vas the bill burried and the last fun eal rites performed than Represent ive Gratz Brown of Denver introd :ed as a substitute that the hill a fly only to counties of 100,000 pof la tion and over. Mr. Brown's ill should speedily meet the fate o its brother. The Joliet Illinois rolling mill as been shut down by which 2,500 ien are thrown out of employment, be Illinois Steel Company declares t at it has been running these mills , a ioss for some lime and that it hit to shut down as a matter of business economy. On the other hanijtbe employes say it is a dodge tojget union men out and to have non-ulion men take their places. Honlver the cose may be it is lough »ri the men who are thus made idle during the coldest winter Illinois has had for a long time. The soaring ambition of tis Dsn ver dally papers never flags. Mf. S. L. Cunningham general circnlatlpg agent for the Republican made this efltoe a oat! a few days ago and «tai ed that the Sepobiloan was seriouelj MaM« «*■«■« between Denver and Pueblo and bring that journal into the city with in two and a half hours after being printed. A strong corps of reporters and news boys would take take care of this end of the line. With practically no city debt and with flattering prospects of a good business ami building hooin the peo ple of Bessemer ars slow to wrestle with the problem of consolidation. They’ are confident of a substantial growth in population the present year and know taxable property will be greatly increased. They are en tering an era of prosperity and there fore are in no hurry to discard wind they consider a certainty for an un certainty. Sunday Closing in Denver. Last Sunday evening was an eventful one iu Denver. By order of the public board of commissioners the Tabor Grand and Wonderland were summarily closed under the law against Sunday amusements which act caused considerable ex eitement and much comment by the press. The Denver Times probably voiced the ideas of the people of that city as well as of the other newspupers when it said editoraiiiy: Tlie trouble lies in the law. It is safe to assert that a very small man her of the voting population of either Denver or of Colorado believe in the wisdom of this law. There is no good reason, based upon propriety or common sense, why such an enter tainment as tlie concert given at tln- Tabor Opera House each Sunday night should be interfered with by tlie police. Any law that prohibits such an entertainment is a rank prac tical failure and should be repealed at once. It is understood that last night's raid was made upon the complaint of one Dean H. Martyn Hart. It is also generally believed thut this same gentleman is not a citizen of the United States. Now the question arises: Should the police pay any attention to such a complaint? The Sunday amusement law is a bad one anyway, uud it is time it was made obnoxious by enforcement. Its repeal is only a question of a short time. STEEL WORKS SPARKS. Lutnbor is ba unloaded at the rate of a half dozen cars per day for another large trustle. This trustle of immense proportions will be I,GOO feet long, and the stock house will be 1,200 feet long and ninety feet wide. The demand for more room for raw material has require# this now structure and it will be a fine one, not loss than 1,500,000 feet of lumber being necessary. The material is mostly black jack pine and comes fresh from the saw mills of New Mex ico. The brick layers are working on a new dynamo building close to engine house No. 3. The building will be final) but convenient. Tho furnace in the bloom mill is finished and reudy to be tired. The ad dition of this furnace will boa big ad vantage inasmuch as it will hurry along the bloom and rail departments by keep ing boated ingots always reudy for use. Bricklayers are malting progress oil the now blacksmith shop being built ad joining the south side of tiio converter. Supt Crow is determined to have things convenient about his department. Tlie uniformity in tho steel now being made greatly assists in facilitating work in the bloom and rail mill. From tho time an ingot readies tho Ifloom mill un til it is oxumiued by tho rail straightner it glides smoothly along, no unusually hard or soft spots being found to hinder the work. The host rails in the world are being made, the soconds or second class rails not amounting to more than two per cent. Colorado material for rail making takes the lead in this country. The electric light plant is undergoing a careful inspection by un electrician and a number of lights will dispel the darknes of night iu the works in the course of a couple of weeks. Plenty of lights is a howling necessity and its ad vent will be welcome. True, there was a system of lighting iu use for a time but it was a very poor one and gradually died out altogether. Each 12 hour shift is averaging in the rail mil) nbout 185 tons of rails. On Tuesday Overseer Dave Lloyd’s shift turned out 201 tons but this was a little in advanoe of the ordinary run. How ever this record wae beaten by the same turn last week when it made the heaviest tonnage ever produced in the mills—2l3 tons. Leyd’s men were on the night shift when the work was done and no time was idled away. April first will probably see each shift in the rolling mill handling not less than 250 tons. Improvements will make this possible. Ther# waa considerable dissatisfaction manifested by the men laat Saturday by the slowness with which they were paid off. Tl.is feature of the steel works aheuld get a Colorado hustle on itself and be up with the time#. The committee which went to Chioago and Joliet Illinois two weeks age at the instance of Supt. T. W. Robinson to gst a soals of press being paid bv the Illi nois Steel 00. returned Tuesday night and will probably submit n report to BnpL Robinson to-day. though possibly not bate* nest Monday. Until then tby fo—fat pubis- BESSEMER, COLORADO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1893. CITY AFFAIRS. The City Council Versus tin* Peoples Party. The members of the* city council who refused tlio privileges of tho hall to tlie peoples party and those who up hold such an arbitrary action will lind themselves in a hopeless minor ity when the next municipal elec tion comes round. The defense set up by tlie council that tho petition ers asked for tlie hall as council No. 2, uud not as the peoples party is a very weak one. It is u thi:i veneer ing that fails to hide in the least the purpose of tho council, for n.Tt only they hut every one who is taking any notice whatever of the trend of public alfairs in tin* city knew of the organization of the peoples party and for the better discussion of municipal alfairs had resolved it self iuto u moot er mimic council. The Indicator published tlie re ports of the peoples party meetings at the time aud every rending man iu tho city knew of the proceedings. I'he aldermen knew before hand that the hull would be applied for and came to the meeting pre pared. Whether or not tho second council would “burlesque” the city council is a question that can he foretold only by prophets and very wise al dermen of this city; and just why council should object to having its otllcial acts discussed is a matter causing much comment. It is tlie intention of t!m much talked of and seemingly much feared second council to discuss tlie affairs of the city and enact into spurious ordinances certain measures as they would have thorn and to transact business according to their ideas. If, in the discussion of these affairs exceptions to the official ai ts of the city council are taken, has any crime been committed? Is the council not subject to criticism? Certainly it is. If the critic council declares that tho viaduct should have been built across Northern avi nue six mouths ago who shall say that the criticism is not just? No one. Not a man woman or child iu tlie city will deny it. As tlie Indicaok said last week the peoples party is organized into an educative association and its mission is to prepare for the ap proaching election by outlining the necessities of tlie city and publish ing tlie manner in which they would conduct them. If any man is iu tlie way let him step aside; the engine never stops for tlie goat. PUEBLO POINTERS. A. E. Graham has boon elected his own successor as president of tlie board of trade. Mr. Graham is always on the nlort for anything relating to tho in terests of his city and is now in Denver waiting on tho legislature in its be half. J, A. Wayland, tho retired editor of the Coming Crisis has decided to start a peoples party paper somewhere in Indiana, probably in Groensburg. Mr. Wayland says tlie Hoosiors are in the right mood for some new party idoas and he will proceed to tell them what lias been done in this state and what they can do if they will. The dry goods and clothing houses did a big business as a result of the pay day at tho Bessemer steel works. W. R. Gregg, tho orstwliile C. C. «fc 1. coal dealer well known in Bessemer has fallen under a financial crash. On Tues day two heavy attachments one of sll,- 400 by tlio American National bank, and one for SIO,OOO by W. B. Williams of Denver were run on him. Whether or not Mr. Gregg (ran straighten up his business affairs is not known. Heavy Freight Receipts. Home idea can be formed of the enormous business being done by the C. F. (fe I. Co. when the freight receipts of the IX & it. («. railroad from this point are considered. G. W. Kelley, the agent at tin* Besse mer junction says that the receipts for tlie present month will amount to not less than $120,000.00. This is for such received stock us lime stone, coke, ore etc. used C. F. «fe 1. Co. and does not include the freight on the out-going shipments at all. Tlie money puid out for freight to tho D. & It. (I. Co., there fore is oue-lutlf more than that paid the employes in the mill. Four thousand dollurs per day paid out for freight on stock received at the steol works is doing business on a broad guuged plan. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kelley haudle this vast amount of work uloue and until a week ago were alto obliged to look after the duties of a day aud night operator. The wonder is how they can attend to it all. What Might Have Been. Had the viaduct been built across the railroad tracks the accident of Saturday last would never have occurred whereby a man had a □arrow escape from death aud a horse was killed outright. Charles Brant, a driver on one of George Jackson’s beer and Mauitou water wagous was crossing the D. <k R. G. tracks near the steel works at the time when his horse was struck by an oil tank attached to the engine with the above result. The driver was thrown violently to the ground between the engine aud his wagon and the horse instantly killed. Had the counoil done its duty in th« matter gf building the viaduct the accident would not tave been. When will the oo unoil do lta daty? BLAINE IS DEAD. James G. Blaine, America's most brilliant statesman died yesterday and tlie whole nation mourns his loss Tlie* I ’ii I >llc- In Ucucrit 1 (iixl tlio People of I'uebloin I ’hi lieu l«»r First—The Denver & Rio Grande* (the old reliable) runs more trains daily be tween Pueblo. Colorado Springs and Denver than nil other lines combined. Makes faster time, and departure of trains is at all hours to suit tlie conve nience of our friends, the traveling public. Second—The equipment of this line is unsurpassed; chair car trains, heated by steuin and lighted by gas. and as all experienced travelers will tell you. the truck has no equal in the v*est. Third—Our lime between Pueblo and Denver is Irom 1 hour and 43 minutes to 2 hours and IH minutes faster than made by competing lines. Time is money. Fourth—This is the only direct line from Pueblo to Leadvilie, Aspen, Glen wood. Salt Lake City, Ogden, and all Pacific coast points. Through sleepers over this line from Pueblo to Sail Fran cisco and Los Angeles. Round trip tickets now on sale to Utah. California and Oregon points at greatly reduced rates. Fifth —lt is not generally known, but is nevertheless a fact, the Rio Grande makes the quickest time between Pueb lo and Kansas City, Omaha, Bt. Louis. Chicago, and all points east and north N. IX— Leave Pueblo at 4:48 a. m. (say Monday), arrive Omaha 11 p. m. same night; arrive St. Louis next day (Tuesday) at 1:25 p. in.; arrive Chicago next day (Tuesday) at 2:15 p. m. Ouly one night on tlie road Pueblo to Chica go or St Louis—no other line ean offer tiiis accommodation—thus saving you from $3.50 to $4. on Pullman fare, and connecting at Chicago with all the 3 p. m fast trains for the cast, saving 24 hours to New York or Boston. Sixtli—Notwithstanding tlie many superior advantages offered by this strictly A 1 line, the Rio Grande will always lio found in the lead with the lowest rates. Correct and reliuhlc in formation can always lie secured bv calling at GRAND UNION TICKET OFFICE, Central block (cor. Second and Main streets). Tickets can he se cured at this office to or from all points in tlie civilized world. Tickets on sale at tills agency via Denver & Rio Grande, Union Pacific system. Rock Island Route, aud Burlington Route. General agency for A 1 steamship lines. Ai.ex. JacxsoN, Agent. Dry Goods Mak '„„ y - Por Millinery Wo call the attention ot the Public to the Great Change wc are making in our Store. DRY GOODS are giving place to tlie Largest Stock of Millinery to be found in the City Every piece of DRY GOODS must be sold and will go at figures lower than anywhere else this side of Chicago. Don’t miss this opportunity to get a bargain. We want to see you at 3 1 G Santa Fe Avenue A. YORREITHR. For Sale. A four room brick house with cellar, closet and buttery, situated on a thirty three foot lot on Spruce street, Besse tner, being No. 945. Price $1,401). $225. cash, balance in monthly pay ments of S2O. each. For further in formation call on 11. S. Currie, Room 12, Graham—Wcscott Blk. South Union Are., Pueblo. Street Car Service. The following new timo table will take effect February 1. All Bessemer cars will run to Eleventh street, giving 10 minutes service; Besse mer cars will not go to Irving Place. Lake cars will run on 15 minute service. Union avenue to Santa Fe; turn on Tenth street and return to the Lake over Main street. Irving Place cars will run on 15 minute service. South on Main street, returning over Santa Fe avenue north to Irving Place. Dundee cars will run with West Abri ondo avenue on 20 minute service, going both ways on Main street as formerly. Irving Place cars will run on 15 minute service. South on Main street to First street, returning over Santa Fe avenue; north to Irving Place. Low Rates to New Orleans for the Mardi-Gras. The Missouri Pacific will sell round trip tickets to New Orleans, La. aed Mobile, Ala., for one fare, on February Bth to 12th inclusive. Final limit March 7th. Choice of three routes. Best accommodations. Call at Union avenue bridge or Union Depot for further information, folders, bertha etc. Telephone 191. Wm. Uoog, P. and T. agent. New Orleans, La. and Mobilo. Alt. aoff return for one fare via the Missouri Pacific. Ceil on Agent Hogg and learn kow to get there. j Do You Want A Present! If so visit The Fair, corner* Main and End street any time this month. Besides making very low prices on goods they make each customer o present with each and every dollar’s worth of merchandise pur chased. The presents run up to great value and they cost you nothing. Following is a few of the bargains offered by this large department store. All our SB.OO Comforts, now $3.50 All our $5.00 Comforts, now 3.00 All our $4.00 Comforts, now 2.50 1 lot Jeans Pants $1.75 now 1.00 1 lot Wool Pants $4.50 now 2.50 1 lot Wool Pants $3.25 now 1.75 1 lot Men's suspenders $1 00 GO 1 lot Men's wool shirts $2. now 1.25 1 lot Men's wool shirts $1.75 1.00 1 lot Men's wool underwear. sl. .00 THE FAIR. A Winter in the South. A winter iu the South— the very words conjure up delicious memories for those who have been there. The bright sunny skies, the dry. bracing air ami the warm sunshine is in decided contrast to the cold, bleak north. The great state of Texas is celebra ted as one great broad winter resort iu itself, but the following places are. per haps. particulrdy popular: Fort Worth, with its mineral baths, healthful climate and good hotels; Austin, the beautiful capital ciK; San Antonio, one of the few really historical places in our coun try; Houston, with its blooming roses" oleanders niul groves of oranges and i lemons, and Galveston with its delici- ! ous sea breezes. These are but a few ! of the delightful resorts of this highly j favored region. Ail escape from all the pains and dis- j comforts of our rigorous weather, tran sported by magic from the region of snow and ice to the fragrance of this! summer-land, is now made possible and J easy by the Denver. Texas «fc Ft. Worth ' branch of thi Union Pacific system, which runs through Pullman Palace sleepers between Denver. Fort Worth, Dollas, Shreveport aud New Orleans, aud offers exceedingly low excursion rates to all Southern cities from Denver, Pueblo. Colorado Springs anil 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. Ccth bertsox, General Agent, Triangle block or Union Depot. Pueblo, Colo MONEY saved by placing it in the Pueblo Savings Bank. Don't ' delay but begin an account if you tiave not already done so. Of Importance to the Tmvelinc l»ut>llc. Before purchasing your tickets, on.. at the Union Pacific ticket office. Tri angle Block, corner North Union ave nue and First street, Pueblo. Colorado, for authentic information on the subject of rates, routes etc. To nil points North, South. East and West, which will be cheerfully given. Route TO THE EAST. BEST DININ6 GAR SERVICE IN THE WORLD. 1002 1802. As long: a time as Davlil reigned, so lon* has tin- L lilciigo, Rock Island .v Purlfio Rail way rim truliiK west want from Chicago. The Roek Island Is foremost In adopting any advantage calculated to Improve speed and give that luxury, safety and comfort that popular patronage demands. Its i-«|iilp inctit la thoroughly complete with vestlbuled trains, magnificent dlnln g ears, sleepers and chairs conches, till" the most elegant, and or , recently Improved patterns. Faithful and cuputdc management and polite, honest service from employes are | Important Items. They are a double duty— i to the Company and to travelers—and It is | sometimes a task dltlteult of accomplish- , ment. Passengers on tills lino will find little cause for complaint on that ground. The Importance of this bine can be bettor understood If a short lesson In geography be now recited. What Is the great Kastern termini of the Rock Island Route? —Chicago. What other sub-Baatern termini has It?—Peoria. To what Important points does It run trains to the Northwest?—Ht. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota and Watertown and Sioux Falls, Dakota. To what Important lowa and Ne braska points—l'ea Moines. Davenport. lowa Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska. Does It touch other Missouri River points?—Yes; St. Joseph, Atchison, Ixsavenworth and Kansas City. IV>es It run trains to the Foothills of the Rocky Mountains?—Yes; to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, solid vesllbul ed from Chicago. Can lni|M>rtant cities of Kansu* be reached by the Rock Island Route?—Yes; its enpltal city. Topeka* and a full hundred others In all directions In the Htate, and It Is the only rood running to and Into the new lnnds opened for settlement In the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation. It will thus qe seen that a line tapping, as the Rock Island does,such a varied territory, has much In that regard to commend It to travelers, as all connections are sure on the Hock Island, and passengers can rely on a speedy journey, as over a bulk of the system through trains arc run, and It has become, and rightly too, the popular Line. A very popular train on the Chicago, Rock aland A Pacific Railway leaves Denver, Pueblo and Colorado Springs, dally. It la called “The World’s Fair Special," la one day out, and passenger* arrive at Chicago early the second morning. The Rock Island has become a popular Colorado Line, and the train above referred to Is Vestlbuled, and carrlea the Rook Island excellent IMnlng Car Service. For mu particulars as to tickets, maps, rates. apply to any coupon ticket office In ,h. Gent. Tkt. & Pja Agi.,Chicago. lU. I vtfiEbraaiaeßß*; SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES Are individual sates constructed of selected drill proof steel and designed for the sate keeping of Diamonds, Jewelry, Ab stracts, Deeds, Insurance policies, Money and Valuables of all kinds. Owing to their superior construction and location in the strong vault of the American National Bank they afford a protection not offered by the ordinary sate. The owner of one of these safes enjoys t he privilege of keeping valuables in a safe place known only to himself. Any person can rent one of these sales by applying to this department of the— ‘ AMERICAN - - NATIONAL - - BANK R. HEITLER, DEALER IN Gent’s Clothing anil Pniiiixliing Goods, IL4TS AMD CAPS. BOOTS siMD SHOES. 30» SANTA FE AVENUE, PUEBLO. T. W. LV\( ' I I, CORNER OF EVANS AND SUMMIT AVENUES, BESSEMER. Dealer in Wall Paper Paints, Oil, Glass, Varnish and Brushes PAINTING, Paper* Hanging, Kalsominingand Glazing done on Short Notice, All IVork Guaranteed. ARTIFICIAL ICE & COAL CO. 239 North Union Avenue. Dealers in Canon City, Lenox. Maitland, Franee ville and all kinds of Steam Coal. Bessemer agency at Herman & Sf-loss’ store. Office Telephouc 245. Yard Telejihone 202. Herman * Shloas' Telephone 221 D. L. HOLDEN, in*. a ROYAL vie p«tct H. L. lloi.den ( cashicr. CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK, Pueblo, - Colorado. DIRECTORS, D. L. Hoi.dkx, \V. A. Moses, a. Royal, Joski*iiixe k. Moore, c. k.ai.len BESSEMER DRUG STORE. A full line of fresh drugs always on hand. Pr escriptions care fully compounded either day or night. Give me a call. W. P. SWARTZ, PROPRIETOR. D. R. Creeni. »*(*. D.F. Urmy, vief Pfl.s. N. D. Hinsdale, oash.i*. PUEBLO NATIONAL BANK. PUEBLO, - . COLORADO. PAID UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $256,000. FOW EION AX n DOM l'.nc rcxci! a xok i .ought ax ij soi.d DIRECTORS. Jama. L. Lombard. T. A. Sloone. Tho«. Thmapn. Charle. Wert ‘"f W. Woodbury. I). F. Urmy. J. p. Martel. J. K. shir.-,,,,,,,. I>. H. Grci-ni'. A. E. Grattan). H. K. Holloway. N. D. Hinsdale. John J. Burns. J JL LANG DO N '•ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.' Real Estate aiid Loans No 8 East C Street, Eack of Western National Bank, Pueblo. HEADLIGHT FEED STORE, WHOLESALE AVI) RETAIL HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR am> FEED. J. B. GATES- Manager. j TELEPHONE 185. Between Union and Victoria Avenues. Ihe Perfection Steam Laundry. Work Called torand Delivered Promptly. DOING THE BEST LAUNDRY WORK IN THE STATE. Goods left at the Bessemer Fair or Foster's Restaurant receive prompt attention. WORMLEY & MURTHA, Telephone 146 Proprietors. p ' P. Sheeran Doesn't quote any mces, but he permits 111 Uvvl 11/u« nooncto give n,ore Groci - ,rie » nnd Provisions for a BIG DOLLAR than he does.. He is in THE LEAD and intends to stay there. Don't ask questions, but drop in anil see him. You will trail again ROUTT AVENUE, . NEAR SUMMIT MESA FRUIT STAND For Fresh Fruits and Confectioneries of all kinds. Ci gars, Tobaccos, Cider and a variety of goods kept at a first-class stand, go to-- JOHN H. PLEIS, Corker Union and Abrtendo Avenues, PUEBLO, COLO. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. That is what everybody knows our store to be— a great General store where you can get anything in household use in the way of Grocer ies, Provisions, Canned goods. Meat and Oysters, and such ar ticles as Hardware, Glassware. Tinware. Chinaware, Dry foods and Clothing. Hats and Caps, Bootß and Shoes, Etc., Etc. We thank you far your custom, and Remain, Respectfully Yours, Herrqetri <& Slr|lo«ss. FIVE CENTS