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VIOSAS & ALL Always Lead! I For We Want Your TRADE. Try Us This Month and I See tor Yourself What We Can Save You On Your Groceries ... For One Month! We Can Still Sell You... dot. Clioleo Sweet Orange*at.s 12 L Doz. Choice Hweet oranges .2.21 luoz. Choice Lemon* 20 100 lb* Sugar r>.Bo 100 Mm Columbine Hour 1.05 100 lb* Hhogo Hour .1.H5 100 Ibn Empire flour 1..H0 100 IbK Choice Mountain Potutoe*. 1.50 100 Choice Del Norte Potatoes 1.73 100 lbs Choice tlrcoley Potatoes .1 S 3 is lbs Sugar 1-00 Just Think of Buying 30 lbs Rolled Oats 1.00 8 2- IbK Rolled Oats 25 20 lbs Rice 1.00 15 lb. Hulk Figs 1.00 IS lbs Raisins ■ 1.00 12 lbs Currants (choice) ..1.00 22 lbs Navy Ileans .. ..1.00 40 lbs Mexican Keans . .1.00 All Package Coffee 25 Mocha Coffee ifancy) 47L Java Coffee [fancy] :*7! 2 Java Coffee [fluid 35c, 3 for . .100 lb I>r. Price’s linking Power.. SO ■.Kg*. 3 dozen for .50 *> lb Pall Jolly 1.00 SO lb Pall Jelly 1.23 1 Good Broom ... 15 Look! Look! SCaus.Corn. ... $.25 2 Cans Tomatoes .25 1 Can Pens , 10 2 Can Hiring Keans.. .10 1 Can Wax Keans .10 1 Cuti Salmon .15 £ Cans Huitnon .25 10 lbs Pall bird. 1.15 Jibs Very Choicest Creamery Butter 1.00 We Are Headquarters On All Kinds of GOODS. We Save You The Middle Man’s Profit. Don’t Forget The Garden, Flour, And Field Seeds! Blue Grass Seed and white Clover! I TWO STORES TWO STORES 1 Cor. (Ith and Santa Fe Ave, Telephone 1111. | 1 208 South Union Ave. Telephone M j Moses & Allen GUT RAILWAY TICKETS. I will give you lower Railway *r Steam ship rstes to any part of ths Uni tad elates er Europe than ran be had through any one else in Southern Colo '! 10. Call on or write me for rates and will furnish you with all desired infor » atioa. C. L. TINGLE, Ticket Broker, Pueblo. South Union Ave, near B Street. R. A. CROSSMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Criminal Law a Specialty. Prompt Attention Qlven to Pension Cluims Room 1 over Postofflce. PuEm.o. N. L. Graham, Cham. E.Saxton, President. Cashier. WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, Union Ave. and C Street, Pueblo, Colorado Authorized Capital, - - $250,000. Paid In Capital, ... 50,000. Surplus, 175.001 Full Set ol Teeth fob $5.00 AT DR. STONE’S DENTAL PARLORS, Rooms 204-6-8-7, Central Block. Bridge and Crown work done. Also all work known to modern dentistry. Prices asonable and all work Warranted. WEST BROS. Buy and Bell hriitin, Carpets CarUias, Blusnrt Queenswar Tinware, etc. •UOHEST PRICK PAID FOR SECOND HAND GOODS. 109 UNION AVENUE. - - NEAR BRIDGE F. H. STEWART & CO. Manufacturer* of and dealer* in Buggies and Wagons, Agrlculturel lmplemeutkof All Kinds. Wag on and Buggy Harness. IM-lOSB. UHIOM AV*.. 108- MM VtOTOAiA AV*.. riLiPMON* No. tss. PUEBLO, COLO CHAB.O. RICHARDSON, ENOIMBKR AMD SURVEYOR Engineer of the City of Bettemer m«c m Cntn) Bk.. Poablo. It .yem mat a twiitewh «• ninth m “ A-« k a aits. *■— ffij lie* The Bessemer Indicator. The Indicator. P. BYRNEB, Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Sat unlay at Bessemer. Colo. Entered at the Postofflce at Pueblo, Colo., as second class matter. Price of subscription. One Year $1 00 Blx Months 60 The new council will probubly organize the 17 inst. J. K. Dempsey possess the übility to make a first-class mayor. The total rote polled Tuesday was 710, a gain of 123 over last year. Wkrt aud Hart were both hand somely defeated. Bury the hatchet. Jagkhon received a majority of 20 over his opponents. A plurality was too lame for him. The great question of the hour is, was there a combine, aud if so, who were in it? In the 2nd ward George Jackson received 90 votes, D. H. Evans 03 and James Ferguson what was left—l7. W. S. Williams increased the people’s party vote from 73 one year ago to 188, a gain of 115. Mr. Williams did well. The political complexion of the nsw council will be, four republicans and three democrats with demo cratic mayor and an alderman to elect. The republicans swept everything in Pueblo with the exception of the city auditor. J. 11. Loor, the only lone democrat was re-elected to succeed himself. Had the duty of registration beeu properly looked after the vote would have exceeded 850. If you don’t register you don't vote under the present system. Sol. Fisher went u-fisliing and captured the alderman’s chair from the ward by a plurality of 22, his vote being 81. Muxheimer come out second best. Wlien J. E. Miles won the alder manic honors from 11. M. Quucken bush he defeated a good man, and the successful candidate is generous enough to say so. The Bpoils were eventy divided among the democrats aud republicans Dempsey, Jackson and Miles beiug the winners on one side and Funk, Leithead and Fisher on the other. The people’s part}* polled a good vote for mayor and treasurer. The candidates in the Ist and 4th wards ulso received a large vote, Frank Mnxkeiraer's being 57 and O. A. Lee’s 50. lu the 2nd and 3rd the P. P. was lost sight of. Carter Harrison was elected mayor of Chicago which means that the suloons, the guinbling houses, the dives and the dens will be thrown wide open during the World’s Fair and lawlessness will go unbridled. The election of the uoted Carter was a mistake. The vote on the democratic and republican candidates for mayor was almost the same as that of one vear ago. A comparison shows that Demp sey, democrat, received 307 votes and Colvin, republican, received 224. One year ago Shockey, Tlemocrat, received 300 and Rees, republican, 223 votes. It is a curious fact that although the city is republican a democratic mayor should be elected on both occasions and by almost the same plurality At the City election of 1892 C. R. Adams who headed the peeple’s ticket received 73 votes. Last Tues day W. S. Williams raised the vote to 188, making it more than two and ono-half times as large. The aggregate vote for the leading aider man in each ward in *92 was 90, while in this election the combined vote of the aldermen on the people’s ticket was 148. The third party owes a vote of thanks to obairman I. D.-Jessup and W. S. Williams, its candidate for mayor, for the big in crease. The Wicks annexation bill pro viding for a vote on the ooneolida. tied of any two contiguous towns or ottaeo baa bean signed by the gov • Mar. The MU provides that upon • HMttWriCHdkj twenty, ira tn*-| paying electors of the towu or city • to be annexed being filed with the ; clerk of the county court, an election ; should be palled and the question submitted to the voters of the two cities, a majority in each city to govern the result. It would not be a surprise if such a petition were gotten up in Bessemer on short j notice, and then comes the tug of I war. I Geo. W. Willai er, chairman of ilie republican central committees [ worked hard for the election of his ticket but the success of all the candidates was not on the pro gramme. Although he worked actively and easnestly the fates were against lmn aud lie had up-hill work. Frank Johnson, the democratic chairman and I. D. Jessup, people’s party chairman were also working zealously far tho success of their candidates and showed excellent generalship. The result was that of the six elected, three are republicans and three are democrats, while the strength of the people’s party was increased more than 100 per cent, showing good work on ail sides, it was an active campaign. STEEL WORKS SPARKS. A track for the ore buggies is beiug laid at the furuaces. Tills will lighten the luhor of the men and enable them to do much more work. It is the first track of the kind laid at the works. Foreman Brown is pushing the rail mill to Its full capacity, several orders being on hand that require immediate attention. The C. B. & (J. lias raised its order from ten to twenty-five thousand ton* which will keep tilings moving for some time. Work must be begun on the order some time this month, 2,500 tons being wanted by May Ist. The rail is to be sixty-hve pound weight. At present th 3 rail mill is working on a three thousand ton order for the Santa Fe. It is a sixty-six pound rail and will lie shipped to Dodge City, Kansas. The D. & R. G. order for five thousand ton* of seventy-five pound rails will be gotten out us soon us possible, that road requiring rails for repairs, though it is doubtful if any new extensions will be made before fall. Tho IT.l T . P. railroal lias an order in for fifteen thousand tons, part of which will he wanted soon. It is also likely that the M. i*. will place an order for the extension from Pueblo to Gunnison. Owing to the general weakness of the machinery many small break downs occur which checks progress. A retaining wall 210 f*et in length ia oeing built along the gas producers. Railroad cars will hereafter take the place of carts in carrying away the ashes from the producers. The steel works are now supplied with 2000 feet of 2*£ inch Excelcior hose which is the proper tiling. J. V. Leithead has been appointed chief of the fire department. T. R. Phillips has u force of men at work cleaning out the sewer Deneath the soaking pits. It is a big job. City Election. Bessemer had a quiet though earnest election last Tuesday. The respective candidates aud their friends worked like beavers. Central Chairmen, Jessup, Johnson and Willauer for the people’s, the demo dratlc and the republican parties were every where with the carriages hustling voters to the polls uud kept the dust flying. There was un usuul iudustry iu this line and many a nmn got a free ride. Bets were few. Cigars were plentiful aud the thirsty knew the location of a num ber of blind saloons. The special police had comparatively nothing to do and no arrests were made. The question generally discussed was whether party lines wore being ad hered to, but it WH9 one of those problems which could be correctly solved only by figures; when the ballots were couuted it was found that party allegience had been brushed aside and that a vast num ber of men had been covertly inde pendent. Bessemer had once more mixed its politics. Following is a summary of the vote cast: For Mayor—Dempsey, D. 307; Col vin, R. 224; Williams, P. 188. Demp sey’s pluralty, 83. For Treasurer—Funk, R. 819; Fost er, D. 212; Park, 187. Funk’s plurality, 113. Aldermen Ist ward—Fisher, R. 81; Hart, D. 6G; Maxhimer, P. 57; Fisher’s plurality 34. Aldermen 2nd ward—Jackson, D. 90; Evans, R. 53; Ferguson, P. 17. Jaokson’s plurality 37. Aldermen 3rd ward—Miles, D. 76; Quacksnbush, R. 60; Baker, P. 23. Miles plurality 16. Aldermen 4th ward —Leithead, R. 86; West, D. 71; Les, P. 52. Lelt head’s plurality, 15. These figures are not official though probably correct. Grand Ball. A grand ball will be given by the ladles of 8L James Chapel at the oity hall, Wednesday evening, April 10th, Ttcfcete only 75 coats for gentleman and MU* A tare good timeii premised to BESSEMER, COLORADO, SATURDAY, APRILS, 1893. OH, BESSEMER LADIES! You ought to fettend those especial daily sales nt Wil son's if you want to save money. Monday is Dress goods and Silk day. Tuesday is wash dress goods and domesttc day. Wednesday is lace, em broidery, white goods and notion day. Thursday is linen, ar t goods and shirtwaist day. Friday is remnant day. Saturday is hosiery, under wear, wraps and gents’furn ishing day. Special prices for the day only. Paul Wilson Dry Goods Co., Sixth amt Main Streets. Pueblo polled 3,128 votes at the city election. Strait, 11. received 1323. Utter, P. 93G, and Koval, D. 869. Strait’s plurality 387. Pueblo republicans are keeping in line. For Sale. A $175 buggy and u No. 1 family horse with harness, for only $175. Cull at this office for particulars. For Sale. 1 Combination Bicycle suitable for gentleman, lady or boy will be sold at a bargain. Can b* seen at the store of Herman & Schloss The Board of Trade. Editor Indicator. In reference to the organization of a Board of Trade for Bessemer, I will try and start our subscription list for members next week. Yours very truly. J. E. Miles The business men of Bessemer should meet and discuae the project nf organiz ing a Board of Trade. Beuseraer needs something of the kind and the sooner one is started the better. Church Building. There is quite a buildiug boom among tli* churches of the city. The German Methodists will Imild at the corner of Arroya and Cedar, and the Presbyterian* at Mesa and Cedar. The colored Baptists have not yet selected a site. The work on the German Mettiodists will com mence next week aud the contract for the Presbyterian has been let. Notice of School Election. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the legal voters of school district No. 20, iu the county of Pueblo and state of Colo rado, will be held at the Broadway hos* house, near the Masonic Tem ple, in the city of Pueblo, on Monday the first day of May, 1893, for the purpose ef electing one sctiool di rector for the term of five years. Tho ballot box will be opened at tlie hour of 2 o’clock p. m. and closed at the hour of 5 o ’clock p. in. aud 5:15. o’clock p. m. the meeting will be organized for the transaction of any other business pertaining to school interests that may legally be brought before it. G. L Knight, Secretary School District No 20 county of Pueblo. Clean the City. In view of the fact that there 19 a possibility of an outbreak of the cholera too strict attention cannot be given to the sanitary condition of the city. The good example of a few cities in the east that are sub jecting themselves to a thorough cleaning, should be followed by Bessemer. The alleys should be carefully searched and cleansed of rottenness, garbage and debris in back yards should he hauled away or burned, hydrants should he looked after, houses cleaned, etc. Filth is the prolific breeder of cholera. Thut dreaded epidemic avoids cleanliness but revels in dirt The city authorities should exercise great diligence iu regard to clean ing up the city which example would be followed by the residents and thus avoid bv a little care a possible visit ef the plague. Many of the larger cities are now under going a general everhauling and the strictest sanitary rules will be enforced. Should the contagion suddenly break out at the World’s Fair the panic stricken visitors would spread the disease to every part of the country in a few days. Cleanlinsss is the only preventative. Specialties. Fresh Garden, Grass and F lower seeds. Come early Gasoline only 18 cents a gallon. C. H. Quackenbush k Son. It yea want year elothes cleaned end repaired, seed a postal te 1226 Brass Are., and 1 will o*U for them, r,u*< jcwyi STEEL WORKS ADDITION I*' or vBeilo! All Houses and Lots in this Addition for sale on Easy Payments. Land under the Bes semer Ditch for Sale or Rent. O. M. LADD, LAND COMMISSIONER. Room ji. Union Depot. ARE YOU ALIVE To the fact that we are selling 30-foot clothes line 5c 3 hold mouse trap 5c I Machine oil 5c A good raalable iron, heavy retinned acid proof lemon squeezer 15c ! A Full Line of Novels by the Very Best Authors. EVANS AND SUMMIT AVES. H - FERLET. See R. Heitler’s COMPLETE SPRING STOCK Those sio. Saits arc Beauties, ami Boys' $2. ami Sj. Suits can't be beaten for the Money. R. HEITLER, 309 Santa Fe Ave. Official vote of Bessemer, A pr. 4, ’93. " ‘ fi 1tm..,,™. | Aldermen Aldermen Aldtrmcn AMerimm __ _ _____ >*' "'“’■‘l 7'l 'MI I,I :!r.l ward lih win.| r! : *J |; ' r ■’ i, : First..... 1151 181! 59 i« '7 r.i »i v. 17 :« 71 - M Second 107 | i2H (15 !73j 11 Third » 43 3* 50 j j4O Fourth 70 j 711 •» 53 i H»» I«2 Totals i 1307 [221 iISH |212 |aiD 1187 ! At The Grand. CYCLOKAMA OF THE GItKAT REBELLION! —By Gen. Custer’s Bugler Shewing all the great battles of betli land and sea, including the movements of the armies, just as the scens were photographed on the spot by the governmeut photog raphers, Brady <fc Garduer. 200 square feet in each scene. En dorsed by all old soldiers, both north and south, and the teachers through out the land. This afternoon and to-night. Prices for Matinee and regular show the same. Reserved seats 50 cents Children 25 cents. Seat* on sale at usual places. Be sure to attend. MRS. W. J. FLORENCE. Mrs. W. J. Florence will be seen at the Grand opera housu on Mon day nigtit next, appearing in her happy role of Mrs. General Gllllory in the famous American comedy, “The Mighty Dollur.” At present she i* tilling a series of successful engagements in Denver. Mr. How ard Coveney will be seen as the Hon. Bardwell Slote, the role formerly played by the late W. J. Florence. A number of new and handsome dresses worn by Mrs. Florence are promised iu tins production and are said to be gems from the design and execution of the great Felix, of Paris. Reserved seats now on sale EFFIE ELLSLER. Tiie Grand opera house is fortu uate in securing the first perform auce in this state of Effie Ellsler’s successful play ‘‘Doris.’’ The play, depends largly on the setting t f scenes, and all the requirements of a large and well equipped stage, and these can only be found in a theater of the first class. The drama is an undoubted success. The Detroit Tribune says of it* i nitial produc tion in that city: “ ‘Doris’ was pro duced last night forth* first time. It met with Instant stccese and was vehemently applauded at the end of each act.” Miss Ellsler opens her engage ment with her delightful impersona tion of “Hazel Kirke.” the miller’s daughter, and as this will be the last occasien, in which she will ap pear in this city, those who have never availed themselves ef the op- i portunity to see her, should do to now. It is a performance never te. be forgoten. Miss Ellsler’s appear ance at the opera housi is limited to Taoeday and Wednesday evenings, April fi and 12. Reserved seats ou sale Saturday morning. The Correct Hat. quality, Style, Service. TH* Kwox, G.L.L Gaaa Mercantile Co., Tn ▲onrre. Collar buttons, do/. 4c ! Tacks, paper le Matches, 5J2 boxes 26c i Admuntine pins, paper le Cholerine in Pennsylvania. Swickley. Penn.: We had an epi demic of cholerine, a* our physicians called it. in Ibis place lately aud I made a great hit with Chumberlaiu’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I sold four dozen bottles of it in one week and have since sold nearly a gross This remedy did the werk and was n big advertisement for me. Several persons who had. been troubled with diarrhcea for two or three weeks were cured bp a few doses of this medicine. I*. P. Knapp, Ph. G 25 aud 50 cent bottles for sale ot W. P. Swartz, Druggist. Great Rock Island Route TO THE EAST. BEST DINING Gill SERVICE IN THE WORLD, lH5’-3 1 »OL* As loin; ii time as I mvill rclßned, so long lilt* ttio < hti'iigD). Hdm-U Island it Piu-lfl.• It nil way run trains westward from « lilcagn. The Hock Island Is foremost In ado).ting any advantage calculated to improve speed and give tlmt luxury, safety and comfort that popular patronage demand'. Itsnpiip ment I* thoroughly complete with vcstllml. d trains, magnitleent dining curs, sleepers and D-lialrs coaches, ull the most elegant, and of recently improved pnttorns. Faithful and cupubh- management and polite, honest service from employes are important Items. They are a double dm\ - to tin- t onipnny and to travelers—and ii is sometimes a task ditlhult of neeomp!l»h. until. Passengers on t hi* line will flint little cause for complaint on that ground. Tlie importance of thin Line can he l.etti'r midi r.-tood If n short lesson In geography he What is the great Eastern termini of the Itnek Island Route?—Chicago. What other snh-Eastern termini has it?—Peoria. To what important points does it run traiti't.. the Northwest?—St. Paul nml Minneapolis. Minnesota nml Watertown and Sioux lull-, Dakota. To what Important lowa and Ne braska points—Des Moines. Davenport. lowa Omuhn ainl Lincoln. Nebraska. Does it touch other Missouri River point-?- Yd s; st. Joseph. Atchison, Leavenworth and Kansas City. Does II run trains to tho Foothill* of the Rocky Mountains?—Ye*; to Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo, solid vestlhul ed from Chicago. < an Important elites of Kansat hr readied by the Rock Island Route?—Yes; Its capital city. Toiwka- nml a full hundred others in all direction* In the State, and it ts the only road running to and Into the new hinds opened for settlement in the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation. It will thus qe seen that a line tapping, as I the Rock Island docs, such a varied territory, ha* much in that regard to commend It to i travelers, ns all connections are sure on the Hock Ifinad. and passengers can rely on a i speedy joufiiey, as over a balk of the system j through trains are run, and it has become, I and rightly too, the popular Line. I A very popular train on the Chicago, Hock ! Island A- Pacific Hallway leaves Denver. [ Pueblo and Colorado Springs, daily. It Is called -The World’s Fair Special.’' is one | .lay oat, and passengers arrive at Chicago : early the second morning, j The Rock Island haa become a popular Colorado L|ne, and the train above referred to I* Veattbuled, and carries the Rock Island excellent Dining Mar Service. For full particular* a* to ticket*, maps, rate*, apply to any coupon ticket offlee In thc.Unlted. Canada or Mexico, or address: JNO. SEBASTIAN,_ Genl. Tkt. A Pan. Agi., Chicago, 111. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES Are individual safes constructed or selected drill proof steel and designed for the safe 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 safe. The owner of one of these safes enjoys the privilege of keeping valuables in a safe place known only to hims< if. An> perm n cai rent ole of these safes by applying to this department of the— AMERICAN - - NATIONAL - - BANK 'l'. \V. I.YXC 'l l. CORNKR OF EVANS AND SUMMIT AVENUES. BESSEMER. Dealer- in Wail Paper- Paints, Oil, Glass, Varnish and Brushes PAINTING, Paper Hanging, Kalsominingand Glazing done on Short Notice, .■lll ll',orh Guaranteed. We will give TWO SPECIAL PRIZES i Of one $3O Gold Watch and Medal to the first and second Pueblo riders finishing in the great Denver Cyclists’ Un ion 25 mile handicap, straight away road race on Decor ation day, May 30, at Denver. Wealsogiveas JT J J 1 >l~i 1 X Ijj | One lull nickeled Victor Flyer safety bicycle t > the first man over the tape in the same race. There will be 200 entries and so prizes. Overman Wheel Co. VICTOR MAKERS. ROBERT GERWING, Manager'. 31 2 Santa Ee Ave. HAMILTON, & QQ., CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. Plans arid specifications furnished on application and estimates given. t all n» No. 000 Arreya Avenue, Bessemer. D R Greene. »» OF. Urmy, * ••«». N. D. Hinsdale, oashier. PUEBLO NATIONAL BANK. P'JEBLO. . . COLORADO. PAID UP CAPITAL, $250,000. I'OI<EIOX AN I > hOM IvST+C lIXCjJ.ANGE HOt'GHT AND SOLD. DIRECTORS. " J”"** w «-" ,l n r "' T. A. Sloano. Thos. Thompson. I n » °° " r ' I *' * ' 1 r,n * v " J. K. Shiremun. ' K - l,r ' ' M>i - John .f. Burns. K. D. Hinsdale. J. J. LANGDON. Has liar, Bargains in Houses and Lois mB, ssi n/i ,. ( itoicc Garden tracts under Ditch, fenced, and cultivated last year, so/d on easiest hind of terms. Abstracts of Title prompty furnished. ; No 8 East C Street. Back of Western National Bank, Pueblo. HEADLIGHT FEED STORE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed. Headquarters for Natural Ice. E. G. DONLEY, Proprietor. I TELEPHONE ISo. Between Union and Victoria Avenues. The Perfection Steam Laundry. Will open about May Ist at the corner of Victoria avenue and C Street under the name of THE PUEBLO LAUNDRY- Everything neat and clean and all work Prst class. Goods called for and delivered to any part of l’ueblo or Bessemer. WORMLEY & MURTHA, Propr’s. I llAnAlllACl Doesn't quote any prices, but he permits UIUICIILO. 1,0 onc 10 £ ive more Groceries and Provisions for a BIG _DOLLAR than he does lie is in TIIE LEAD and intends to stay there. Don't ask questions, but drop in and see him. You will call again ROUTT AVENUE, NEAR SUMMIT MESA FRUIT STAND For Fresh Fruits and Confectioneries of all kinds, Cl ears, Tobaccos, Cider and 0 variety of goods kept at a first-class stand, go to — H TOHN H. PLEIS, Corn Kit Union and Ahuiknoo Avenues, PUEBLO, COLO. BESSEMER DRUG STORE. Arull line of fresh drugs a I ways on hand. Prescriptions care fully compounded eithei day or night. Give me a call. W.P. SWARTZ, PROPRIETOR Wanted: Second-Hand Goods. I will pay the HIGHEST PRICE for Second-hand j Bedsteads, Chairs, Tables and Spring Mattresses. Also fbr Heating and Cook Staves and Queens ware. Will buy, Sell or Trade. J. E. HOYT lit SOUTH UJTIOJf ATE, P GQIO FIVE CENTS