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TRADE TRADE WITH MOSES & ALLEN. Wc arc stm •oiling Groceries chco|x>r than any other houeu in (.'olordo. .1 list let uh help you suve money. Ixxik at the following prices and compare them with those of other Arina: 6 bare W. H. Hoap. . $ .25 •5 bars Maitcut soap . . .25 11 hurst lutrette soup 2t 8 burs Tom's Delight soap 20 8 hare Hex soap 25 7 hajrt White Engle soap .25 7 bars I hex soup C bars White Flouting soap . .25 2 cans tomatoes .15 lean Corn. lu 1 cun Hiring Keans .10 1 cun I-lma lien ns . . .10 1 cun Feus 10 1 can Pumpkin, 8 pounds 10 1 can Asparagus IS I cun lh linking l’owdor, I»r. Prise's . .jo 1 cun 1-lb Making powder. .15 , 1 can 2-lhllaUlug powder 25 1 can 2 pounds Corned beef.. 20 I 1 can good Sordines .0.5 1 can Mustard Sardines . .10 1 bottle Cutmiip IS cents 2 lor 25 1 bottle Mixed Pickles ..15 1 bottle (Jerkins’l'lekles .15 1 bottle Chow Chow 15 1 bottle Otis Thompson Relish.. . .25 1 tioltle Stalled Mungow .20 1 bottle C A II Pits Mixed Pickles . .85 1 bottle C A M Pita Chow ( how . .145 1 bottle C A li ( its Chow Chow ... .H 5 1 bottle C A H Ots Mixed I’lekles .«.*, 2 cans Columbian Cream .25 2 cans Winner cow milk 25 20 lbs Apples 1.00 10 lbs evaporated Black berries 1.00 12 lb L M Knlslns i.m It lbs Wlllte Figs |.oo 7 lbs Silver Plums ..I.on 1 do/. (iranges. Max lean sweet .25 1 do* Choice Lainons .20 100 lbs Sugar granulated .5*50 18 lbs Sugar One granulated 1.00 A-l Codec. packaged .25 3 lbs Mocha and .lava coflbe .1.00 1 lh Jumnvn Codec 80 100 Urn Floor, Shogo. . .1.85 100 lbs Flour, Columbine 1.05 100 lbs Flour, Empire. ..l.so 100 lbs Oreeley Potatoes. 1.75 100 lbs Mountain Potatoes.. .1.50 1 lb good Gunpowder Tea . .25 1 lb eholce (lunpowder Ten . .50 1 lh ex. fancy Gunpowder Ten .*l5 1 lb good Japan Tea. .25 1 lb eholee Japan Tea . . .50 I lb extra faney Japan Tea 05 I lb extra fancy Oolong Tea. . .0.5 1 lt> extra fancy Kngllsh Breakfast .05 1 lb Japan Du3t 12' .. 20 lbs I (lee ..I.tIO 10 lbs Mexican Keans .1.00 25 lbs Navy Keans .1.00 I 10 lbs Hulled Oats 1.00 3pnekuges 2 lbs rolled oats .25 9 While Fish for. 25 10 Break fast Mackerel for .25 Large White Fish, per lb . p" Large Mackerel .17 Very Choice Holland Herring. Very Choice Smoked Halibut. Smoked Spurgeon. Cod Fish. Kippered Herring. Come and try its and you can buy nowhere slue. A full Hue of Flower and Garden Seed. Lawn and Grass Seed A*k for our Seed Dutnlogue. Moses & Allen 202 South JJnion Avenue nnd Corner of Sixth uud Snnlu Fo Ave. GUT RAILWAY TICKETS. I will give you lower Railway or Bteam ship rates to any part of the Uni ted States or Europe than can he had through any one else in Southern Colo "• Jo. Call on or write me for rates and will furnish you with all desired iufor ' alion. C. L. TINGLE, Ticket Broker, Pueblo. South Union Ave, near B Street. R. A. CROSSMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Criminal Law a Specialty. Prompt Attention Given to Pension Claims Room 1 over Postotllcc. Pukiu.o. AL L. Graham, On as. E. Saxton, President. Cashier. WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, Union Avo. and C Street, Puchlo, Colorado Authorized Cnpltul, - - 1250.000. Paid In Capital, - - - 50,(MX). Surplus, 175.001. Full Set of Teeth FOR 95.00 AT OR. STONE’S DENTAL PARLORS, Roams 201-5-6-7, Central Block. Bridge nnd Crown work done. Also all work known to modern dentistry. Prices axnnuble and nil work Warranted. WEST BROS. Buy and Hell Furniture, Carpels Curlains, Glassware Qneenswar Tinware, etc. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND HAND GOODS. 109 UNION AVENUE, * * NEAR BRIDGE F. H. STEWART & CO. Manufacturers of and dealers \a Buggies and Wagons, Agricultural linnlementsof All Kinds. Wn-j -on and Buggy Harness. IO«-IOS S. UNION AVC.. 102-104 VICTORIA AVE.. tklcphonk No. 111. PUEBLO, COLO CHAS. 0. RICHARDSON, ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Engineer of the City of Bessemer Office lit Central Blk., Pueblo. In Pullman’s Finest. A tflp over the Miavoun Pacific rail W*J train Pueblo to Kansu City. 8t feogb and *H points east can be made iq fleyaat Pullman buffet sleeping pare a»4 free teclining chair oars. For for Ikar tatarnation afifireee William Hoff, •fell, Unteu avemke Mip depot, Ule • ... The Bessemer Indicator. The Indicator. P. BYRNES, Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Saturday at Bessemer. Colo. Entered at the I’ostoffice at Pueblo, Colo.,aa second class matter. PRICE OF HUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1 00 •Six Months 60 City election one month from to day. To-day occurs the inaugural cere monies at Washington, D. C., nnd Grover Cleveland again enters upon a presidential enreer. Opposition in the United States senate to the annexation of the Hawaiian islands will no doubt defer positive action on tiiut question ami leave it for the next congress to settle. Absolute fitness should be the first requisite in every man. nominat ed for office in the coining city elec tion. If a man docs not possess this qualification, no matter on wliut ticket he may be lie should be scratched. Operations will be commenced on the Pueblo, Gunnison and Pacific railroad within sixty days. This road which is to be an extention of the Missouri Pacific will be the richest prize Pueblo has secured for many a day. Not quite two months until the opening of the groat World’s Fair, and the cholera scare is not abated. Surely no microbe conlcl live through the rigorous winter of flic East, and Hamburg, the birth plaee of the choleric germ stoutly claims to be purified. The Morning Call is the name of n brand new four page quarto daily issued at the live little city of La Junta with L. W. Peach as editor. The News has been merged into the Call, and Editor Lewis will lend his ability to the new daily. Success to the enterprise. If incompetent or undesirable men should unfortunately receive nomina tions on any ticket ut the April clcctiou no good citizen should feel under obligations to support him. The man who is entirely devoid of all business ideas is out of liis ele ment in the city council and if an}* such aspirant should rise up it is the plain duty of every voter to sit down on him. The city council threw the first obstacle in the way of consolidation when it took the question up nnd forced it on the attention or the peo ple. Then Mr. Drake finished the business by introducing his coercion bill. Bessemer citizens will neither lie forced nor disfranchised and very naturally want a voice in what con cerns them most, the government of their city. Representative A. W. Lcnnard is keeping his eye on the infamous Drake bill and writes the Indicator that it will be killed “dead as a smelt” when it comes before the house. Mr. Drake received a heavy vote from Bessemer last November and now that he is done with the people ho would coerce them into uniting with Pueblo. It is often thus with politicians. Judge W. J. Kerr has again thrown his net into the political stream and his friends thi ,k will catch a county commissionership. In view of the fact that the judge was disappointed in seeking the office of state warden of the peniten tiary at Canon City it would not be surprising if Governor Waite would appoint him to the vacancy recently caused by the death of Commissioner M. N. Megrue. The Cherokee Strip contaius G,050,000 acres and the price to be paid the Indians is $8,090,000. The sale has not yet been made and thousands of boomers are hovering near the boundaries prepared to make unothcr famous rush like that witnessed on the opening of Okla homa. The boomers declare that L* congress does not buy the right of ' the Cherokees they will, on the ad journment of that body; make the race anyhow and squat on the terri tory and will defend their stolen pos sessions against the noble red man and Unole Sant's troops. This would teem to be mther a gigantic under taking but wbsn a boomer gate wqrked up to a state of frensy he J etempedse and oan ne more be te«d» ' edeC them a tana eteer. BESSEMER, COLORADO, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1893. The supreme court of Kansas has recognized the republican house of representatives, and the populists have passively accepted the decree and address Douglas as “Mr, Speak er.” They still declare that they elected an honest majority and sub mit to the ruling of the court only for the sake of peace and will accept no place on any of the house com mittees. In this way while accepting the ruling of the court they yet re fuse to recognize the constitutionality of the republican house. The crinoline is causing trouble. A gew days ago it caused a big fight, in a Tennessee church in which a num ber of men got weli pounded. A lady wearing a broad-guage, cum bersome skirt entered the church knocking several men down, when one of them took offense and made a slighting remark which caused the woman’s husband to start the quar rel which resulted in several well thumped heads. It will now be in order for the Tennesseeans to hold indignatiou meetings and protest against the hated hoops. Do not forget in the approaching municipal election that the principles and policies of the great political parties have nothing at all to do with the management of city affairs.— Pueblo Press. It looks like a slip of the pen for it strong partisan paper to make such an independent remark, but they are all coming to it. If a inan is dis honest or incapable why boost him into a municipal position simply be cause he happens to agree with yon on some ot' the national issues of the day? The best men should be placed at the head of city affairs and politics should have but little to do with their election. City politics with Pueblo arc be coming no more stable than with the proud city on the hill. A short time ago there was talk of making a democratico-republico combine to down the everlasting independents, but hesitation on the part of the lutter about fusing caused the ad herents of the Jeffersonion ideas to pull off, the white wings and the silver tips deciding to stand together. A movement is also on foot among the merchants to put none but busi ness men on guard which may result in putting forth another ticket It looks very much as if there will be Tio combine and in such an event the independents or third party men will have a walk-over. Pueblo will soon be where Moses was when the lights went out. At the meeting of the city council Mon day night last Mayor Hamilton made the startling announcement that the lighting fund was almost exhausted und that it locked as though Pueblo would have to remain in darkness for a month. All the old coal oil lamps and posts have gone the way of the antique and the gas plant has been swallowed up in the electric light combine, so that unless somebody does a brilliant piece of financiering the sister city must slumber in dark ness, a paradise for thugs, holdups and bums. If the period of dark ness comes it will last for a month, or until after the election when funds can be appropriated. For Sixty Thousand Dollars. The Colorado Coal and Iron Company offers its six blocks near the steel works for- $60,000 excepting from the sale the Colorado Trading company store • and the Bessemer Motel. Although the prico does not seem to be high, yet it is a big piece of property to handlo and the man with so much money has not put in his appearance nnd the company is now selling the property out at retail. Restrictions to Stand. The Indicator has been informed by a man holding a position in the C. C. A I. Co. that the liquor restric tions will not be removed from any of their property. The deeds con veying any of the lots in the six blocks now on sale will all contain the restrictive clause, nor will an easement be made in any of the deeds to property sold heretofore. Sueh was tha informant's opinion and he can no doubt guess pretty close to the facts in the case. Base Ball. Colorado lovers of the diamond are making strenuous efforts to organise a state league whloh will inoiude Pueblo, Denver, Leadville, Aspen and Colordo Springs, and also Cheyenne, Wyoming. Courtesy has been extended to Wyoming’s fair capital because of that oity’s isolation from all other base ball oenters. An informal meeting was held in Pueblo Wednesday night at which were representatives from tnoetall the cltiea mentioned but no e*t*&iut!en was effected. The baoo bollteta are on the right track and MWgtiy lag the omty ton—a to win A WORLD'S ! • FAIR Down at Main and Six'-, Streets. Never wery so many pretty new spring goods shown by any firm in southern Colorado. Lovely Silks,pretty Dress Goods, durable Wash Goods, dainty Embroider ies, stylish Shirt Waists, the latest Wraps and Ready Made Dresses, and so on through our whole line. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Paul Wilson Dry Goods Co. Main and Sixth Streets. Watch for announcement 3f our Spring Millinery Opening. STEEL WORKS SPARKS. There is nothing positive regard ing the building of a bolt and spike factory at the works although there is lots of talk about it. However, the old foundry at (In; steel and iron department will at once be enlarged to accommodate outside orders, the capacity of the foundry as it is at present being none too great to supply the necessaries of the works. Other large improvements tire to be made but exactly what they will be is something as yet unknown. There is significance in tin* fact that General Manager J. A. Kebler spent the first three days of 'the week about the works for ho was not there merely as a sightseer; lie lias been in tile steel and iron mills too long for that. F. B. Newlon, the boss carpenter lias been let out. Mr. Newlon lias boon in the employ of the company fourteen years und was present when the first whistle blew. He lias con siderable property in the city and will give it most of his attention. Tom and Ed Little who were in jured a short time ago are improv ing rapidly. Blast furnace No. 1 outdid Itself Monday when it turned out 160 tons. This output is not equal to the pro duct of No. 3, tlie new furnace, but it is the greatest work the old one ever did. No. 2 blast furnace will not bo started up for at least five weeks. When it does thero is a surplus of roasted ore to keep all three furnaces going. Work is progressing on the new trestle being built as an adjunct to ore roaster No. 2. Plenty of orders ahead for several months and there is not the shadow of a doubt about the steady running of the works. Political Meeting. The peoples party held a meeting at the eity hall Tuesday night, W. 8. Williams presiding. There was no discussion of city affairs, and no general talk on political subjects the work under consideration being the election of now olllcers and the fill ing of the ward committees. J. H. Benson from the Ist ward was not considered a good peoples party man and on motion of (’. M. Pollard Neil Gregory was elected to fill his place. On motion of i. I). Jessup Clias. O. Richardson’s place from the 3rd was declared vucan-t, Mr. Richardson having removed from Bessemer, and T. B. Kaylor was elocted in his stead. No other changes were made in the ward com mittees. W. H. Howard said in regard to the change in the first ward that it it as hard to tell who is a good peoples party man as to tell who is a good church man. He had dis covered some dodging about and he wanted to know where a man stood before ho could be entrusted with some duty. The question of the election of new officers coining up, Ferguson favored a change while Jessup, Dunlap, Pollard and Neal argued that the old sot remain in office. However, Chairman Williams re signed for good reasons, he said, and his resignation being accepted, Jessup and Ferguson were nomin ated to fill vacancy, Jessup being elected. Secretary Roberts also resigned and \\. H. Howard and C. M. Pollard being nominated Howard was elected. On motion of Neal it was agreed to iuvito public speakers to be present at the next meeting aud suggested that J. J. Voories bo sent an invitation. Howard amend ed by moving that I. D. Chamber lain also be invited* The chair apt pojnted Neal to see the former gen tleman and Howard to see the latter. Adjourned until next Tuesday night. A full Una at diamond ctyea at tha ft—wrlwftea STEEL WORKS ADDITION F\ >r=Sale! All Houses and Lots in thi3 Addition for sale on Easy Payments. Land under the Bes semer Ditch for Sale or Rent. O. M. LADD, LAND COMMISSIONER. “Are We In It?" , “In what?” j In our new store.” I “No, but we expect to be next week, and then you cun look for bargain*. I This week we offer you 32 boxes matches for .25 12 do/., agate buttons .05 Dress shields per pair .10 Dress stays per set . 10 Our 25c grade of ladies hose can not be beaten. j Dime registering book .10 ! <> cards daisy darning cotton, black .05 ] Best carpet tacks, keg .05 ■ A good grade of gents half I iiosc in slates and tans, 2 pr .25 Patent hooks and eyes, card .05 j I Japanese bamboo tooth picks, 500 in fancy basket .05 ! I 10 inch Turkey red hand kerchief .05 I Thanking you for past favors wc re main Yours truly, U. Peiilet, Evans and Summit. EXCHANGE NOTES. Would Force Consolidation, j Senator Drnlco corrects the Opinion J about tho item that tho bill now before j the senate to consolidate Pueblo and : Bessemer was originated by A. E. Graham. Senator Drake claims the authorship of the bill, as it was entirely prepared by him. So much tho worse for Senator Drake. The bill is contrary to the wishes ef tho voters of Bessemer and Pueblo. It looks very much as though the honorable senator would force consolidation whether tho pcooplo want it or not. We are sorry -jhat Sen ator Drako has made this mistake. The poople in Bessemer are highly indignant over what they deem an unwarranted interference on the part of the legisla ture.—Pnoble Sunday Opinion. Bountiful Baca. Wo hear of many old settlers return ing to Baca county. After vain en deavor tho past three years to find a better place they have yielded their pride and are returning and with each returning family at least one now settler comes. Good crops for a few years will till up our county, bring us railroads and capital. Those who waited long for tho privileges und comforts of older settled countries are viewing tho dawning of tho morning. Springfield Herald. The Truth Will Out. Pueblo advertises horsolf as a great manufacturing city, a center of great coal fields, whereas, she has no manu factories at all and no use for but little coni. Lot her circulars read “Wo are close to the city of Bessemer which has steel works, *c., Ac..” and if she does not de sire Bessemer us a part of hersolf let us no longer try to derivo bonofit by dis honest assumptions.— Pueblo Star. The Star tells the blunt truth at last and it is refreshing to hoar n Pueblo paper own up to "dishonest assumptions' on the part of that city. Took Advice. T here whs. not long sinoo. says Life, a very vcnorablo and benevolent judge in Paris, who. at the moment of pass ing sontonco on u prisonor. consulted his associates on each sido of him ns to tho proper penalty to ho inflictod. ••What ought wo to give this rascal, brother;''' ho su'd, bending over to tho one upon liis right. *'l should say three years.” “What is your opin ion. brother?*' to the other, on his loft. I should give him about four years.” The Judge (with benevo lence) — “Prisoner, not desiring to give you a long nnd severe term of Imprisonment as I should havo dono if left to myself, I havo consulted my learned brothers, and I shall take their advice. Seven years!” Caught in His Own Trap. Handsomo Young Sheriff (with an order from the court) —I bog pardon. Miss McFalL but I havo an attach ment for you which—. Miss McFnli (32. If she's a day)— This is so sudden, Mr. Nippers! But, yes, dear. She Should Have Said “Haint.” “I looks like a tramp ma'am.” ho said, “but I ain't I'm a sailor, ma’am; I was wrecked and washed ashore. ” “You ain’t been washed since, I’ll wager.” said the unsympathetic wo man. —Kpoch. Second Hand Goods. J. E. Hoyt, of 118 South Union avonuo, (• offering big bargains in •oeond hand goods. Bessemer peo ptacteiaot miss M by trading with A Winter in the South. A winter in the South— the very words conjure up delicious memories for those who have been there. The i bright sunny skies, the dry. bracing air and the warm sunshine is in decided contrast to the cold, bleak north. The great state ef Texas is colebru ted as one great broad winter resort in itself, but the following places are. pet Imps, particulrrly popular: Fort Worth, with its mineral baths, healthful clitnau and good hotels; Austin, the beautiful | capital city; San Antonio, one of the few really historical places m our conn I try; Houston, with its blooming roses* oleanders and groves of oranges and lemons, and Galveston with its delici j out sea breezes. These are but a few 'of the dclightfjl resorts of this highly I favored region. An escape from all the pains and dis- ' comforts of our rigorous weather, trau ! sported by magic from the region of snow and ice to the fragrance of this summer land, is now made possible and easy by the Denver. Texas & Ft. Worth branch of the Union Pacific system, which runs through Pullman Palace sleepers between Denver, Fort Worth, Dollas, Bhreveport and New Orleans, and offers exceedingly low excursion rates to all Southern cities from Denver. Puchlo, Colorado Springs nnd 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. Cum Bkrtson. General Agent, Triangle block or Union Depot, Pueblo. Colo MONEY saved by placing it in the Pueblo Savings Bank. Don't delay hut begin an account if you have not already done so. Great Rock Island Route TO.THE EAST. BEST 01 HI US till SERVICE IN THE WOULD. 1 H5L’ 1862 As lone a time an David reigned, ko lone hits the ( lilcngo, Rock Island .V Pacific Rail way run trains westward from ( lilcngo. The Hock Island Is foremost In adopting any advantage calculated to Improve speed and give that luxury, safety and comfort that popular patronage demand-. lisei|iilp tnent Is t hormighly complete with vest Mailed trains, magnificent dining ears, sleepers nnd chairs conches, all the most elegant, and of recently improved patterns. Faithful and capable management nnd | polite, honest service from emplove- are Important Items. They are a dotihh- .Inly to the < otnpntiy and to travelers—nml li Is. sometimes a task difficult of accomplish ment. Passengers on this Mae will find litll, cause for complaint on tlmt ground. The Importance of this Line can lie lietter understood If a short lesson in geography he • What Is the great Knstern termini of the ltock Island lloiitc?—Chicago. Wind other sub-Eastern termini has It?— lVorin. To 1 wlntt Important points does it run trains to the Northwest?—St. Paul nml Mlnnenpoli-. Minnesota ami Wntertown und Sioux 1 nli- I’akotu. To what important lowa and Ne braska points—Des Moines. Davenport. lowa I omahu nnd Lincoln. Nebraska. Does it touch other Missouri ltlver points?-Y5 -: st. , Joseph, Atchison. Leavenworth nml Kansas City. Does It ran trains to tho Foothills el the Hooky Mountains?— Yes; to Denver. Colorado Springs nml Pueblo, solid vcstlhul ed from Chicago, can Important cities of Kansu* he reached by the ltock Island Route?—Yes; its capital city, Topeka* and a full hundred others in all directions in the State, nml It Is tlie only road running to and Into the new lands opened for settlement in the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation. It will thus qe seen that a line tapping, ns the Rock Island doe*.sueh a varied territory, has much in that regard to commend It to travelers, ns all connect lons are sure on the Rock Island, and passengers can rely on n speedy tourney, as over a bulk of thesVstem through trains arc run. and it has become, nnd rightly too, tho iiopiilar Line A very popular train on the Chicago, Rock "land A Pacific Railway leaves Denver. Puchlo and Colorado (tarings, dnllv. It is culled "The World’s Fair Special,“ is one (layout, and passengers arrive ut Chicago early tho second morning. • The Rook Island has become a popular Colorado Line, and the train utmvc referred to Is Vestlbuled, and carries the Rock Island excellent Dining Car Service. For full particulars as to tickets, maps, rates, apply to any coupon ticket office in the.Unltcd, Canada or Mexico, or address: JNO. SEBASTIAN, Gent. Tkt- A Pu**. Agt., Chicago, 111. 15. HT, JOHN. Goal. Manager. Chicago, 111. J. G. KELLER, Agent, Puchlo, Colorado. Of Importance to the Traveling Public. Bftforo purchasing your tickets, ca* 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 all points North, Booth, Bast sad Wont, whij£, mfll ho shssrfhßy |hi, SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES Are individual sares constructed of selected drill proof steel and designed Tor the safe keeping of Diamonds, Jewelry Ab stracts, Deeds, Insurance policies, Moneyand Valuables of all kinds. Owing to their superior construction and location in the strong vault of the American Nutionul Bunk they afford a protection not offered by th< rdlnarysafe. The owner of on e i of these sales enj. .ys the 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 T. W. LV\( 11. COItXKR 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, Hit // ork Guaranteed. YOU KNOW VICTOR BICYCLES ARE BEST. VICTORS are Guaranteed. VICTORS are taken care of IN PUEBLO by the OVERMAN WHEEL CO. ! ROBERT GERWING. MANAGER, 312 SANTA FE AVE Before buying n Pneumatic Bicycle ae tliat it has an inner tube, removable through the rim. VICTOR Bicycles arc built that way. and they lead the world. All makes of Bicycles repaired. HAMILTON, &QCX ZT CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, Plans and specifications furnished on application and estimates given. < all nt No. 600 Arreya Avenue, Bessemer. D. R. Greene, D.F. Urmv, v,« N. D. H.nsdale. cash,™. PUEBLO NATIONAL BANK. P'JEBLO, - . COLORADO. PAID UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $256,000. I-ORKtGK A X n DOMESTIC iOXCMA.NO E BOUGHT AND BOLD DIRECTORS. I ,; m TT"' T A - «•»”<'• Tlion. Thompson. Charlo, W«t. I . A. K. Grulinm. H. K. Holloway. X. D. Hinsdale. John J. Burns. J. J. LANGDON. Has Rare Bargains in Houses and Lots m Bessemer. Choice Garden tracts under Ditch, fenced, and cultivated hist year, sold on easiest hind of terms. Abstracts of Title prompty furnished. j No 8 East C Street, Back of Western National Bank, Pueblo. HEADLIGHT FEED STORE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR and FEED. lELEPIIONE 18.5. Between Union and Victoria Avenues. The Perfection Steam Laundry. Work Called for nnd Delivered Promptly, DOING THE BEST LAUNDRY WORK IN THE STATE. Goods left 111 the Bessemer Fair or Foster s Restaurant receive prompt attention. WORMLEY & MURTHA, Telephone 146 Proprietors. l 1 APHIM AC Doesn't quote any prices, but lie permits IlUuLllvO* "" 0,10,0 « ivo nwrc Groceries and Provisions for a BIG HOLLAR than ho docs.. He is in THE LEAD and intends 111 Slav there. Don't ask questions, bul drop in and sec him. You will call 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 TI. PLEIS, i: ConNr.it Union and Amuendo 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 is the way of Grocer ies, Provisions, fanned goods, Meat and Oysters, and such ar ticles as Hardware, Glassware. Tinware, Chinaware, Dry goods and Clothing. Unts and Caps. Boots and Shoes, Etc., Etc. We thank you far your custom, and Remain, Respectfully Yours, Herrr|ar) Sc St)loss. J- E. MURPHY, BRICK AND STONE MASON AM* fnrnithM m.l.rkd, iudiUu *f .0 AhMMIoM, OAh It Un*f **— ~ FIVE CENTS