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The Lowest Priced House in Bessemer. Saturday's the Bargain Day of the Week. £very Saturday, Is doing to be a Bargain Day at the BES SEMER MERCANTILE CO. S But To da\ // HI be the Bestof all for it is our Eirst The Foil eyeing are a Few of Our Drives. At sc. Best quality shirting print fast colors—worth Bc. At 8 1-3. Yard wide Bleached Muslin worth 12c. Better than Fruit of the Loom." At $l.OO. Mens’ good pants. Usual price II .50 to $2.00. Five styles. $lO.OO Wilt Co Farther To-day Than Yon Have .hr. Idea of at the BESSE.MEK .MERCANTILE COMPANY’S Cor. Mesa and .Evans Aves. gARGAINS - REAL ESTATE We have the largest amount of Bessemer property listad of any firm in the city, c insisting of good homes and residence j and business lots. Why pay rent when you can get a good i home by paj - $2OO. dowli and the balance in I email m n fl> m $ 18. to $2B. per* month 11 1 will pay you to give us a call. J. G. KNEBEL & CO., \,i t> East < Street Adjoining Western National Bank. Pueblo. TUCHOCK BROS., MERCHANT TAILOR.', llg West 2nd Street. largest and Finest Stock of Domestic and Ini horted Wootens in the City. W. S. William*. I. li. Jessup. J. C. Buttle. I CONTRACTORS am, BUILDERS. Estimates .n H use building, Barns, Bridges, Water tanks findall ‘ lasso- of building. Reasonable terms and prompt attention to business. SHOP CORNER PINE AND SUMNIT. McMahon i Collier, Funeral Directors AMD EMBALMERS. | - : WHITE AND ALACK FUNERAL CARB. Wt Carry the Largest Slu t ,1 Funeral Sup plies West or l!i; Mississippi River. ALL WORK GUARANTEED FIRST CLASS. Corner D Street and Union Avenue PUETILO, COLORADO. TELEPHONE 220. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. GO TO EPENETER BROS. Fer rubber hose, lawn sprinklers and mowers. Dealers in fine me chanics tools. We want vour trade. Call at our store. No. 229 N. Union Ave. PUEBLO MUSIC HOUSE Pianos, Organs, Sheet music, books and all kinds of musical merchandise. Tuning,repair ing, boxing and moving pianos and organs. KATPSR A REELING, SSB Gant* Pa Ave ■ if' . .. . . At 10c. One lot Dress Goods, three fourths wool and cheap at 20c. A t 75c. 'lulls' riveted Overalls. You paj $1 for (Item. Jumpers 50c upwards. At $2.00. One job lot Shoes that we bought cheap. You can have them the same way. Worth 13.50. PUEBLO SAVINGS BANK eiipltnl p*l<l In . ISO.firj Surplus, . 7,5000 Alva Adam*. president; John A. Thatcher, vie* president; < hrls Wllaon. cashier; M. I). That* liar, W. L. dr ahum. J. J. I'ochon, J. N < nrllle, T. A. Sloan, Ueo. J. l>unbauKh, dl- NAT CREENBAUM, LONDON TAILOR | 126 South L nlon Avenue. Suits to order, $28. $30. $38. i Pants to order, $7 $8 $9 $ 1 O. ! Repairing neatly done. W. G. FRASER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Granite and Gravel Roofing, Pitching tin Roofs, Estimates furnishrd. Office 217 Union Avenue, PUEBLO. MESA NURSERY. 4TH YEAR, 1893. For sale, a largo and well selected 1 stock of shade, ornamental and ever green trees. Also Apple, Pear. Plain. ; Peach and Cherry treee. Coneerd • Grape vine*. Hoses in variety, and Flowering shrubs and vines of difTersnt kinds. Prices reasonable. Nursery 2 blocks Northwest of the Sister’e Hos pital. Sales grounds. West Abriendo Ave. Residence, 707 South Van Beuren I St. P. O. Ilex :i9G. Harrison A Barters. Pueblo. Colerado. i LIVERY STABLE. Rigs to hire, horses etabled and ve. bicles cared for. Charges reasonable. A. B. CHASE. PROP. Northern and Spruce. Bessemer ACCOMMODATIONS AT WORLD’S FAIR RnriM at this Oftn Rooms, $1.00 per 4mj; Meals, 25c. Vmr Fair Ground. • H.s. Ctmftll, 108 s. umon ATE. Can This Be An Angel? ! There’s a fierce determined glitter shin ing from her asure eye. ! Sbe’e a ripping all the car|*»:u upend pulling things awry. j She has wrapped a towl around hex | bead and donned her oldest gown. ! For housocleaning must, be finished tho’ the heavens tumble dewn. And her husband gazes sadly at her soot-be sprinkled face. At her wienl and awful costume, as she Hies about the place; And he wonders and lie j Kinders, ns she rushes to ami fro, “Fan this really l>e the angel that I wed a year ago?” “Chewing the food of sweet and hitter fancy.”— You Like it. Your fancy will be all sweet, none bitter, if you deposit in Central National. A full line ef stationery and toilet goods at the Bessemer drug stere. Relatives are visiting at O. A. LeeV on Spruce St. Mr. Louis R. Hunter, of Rye. is visiting in Bessemer this week. Mrs. Mary, of Cedar street, is still quite sick. F. O. Shafer and wife are enjoying u visit from Kansas relatives. O. A. Lee returned freiu Cripple Creek last Tuesday. Mrs. J. B. Blackburn of PiaeSt. is re ported en the invalid list Mr. Marvin and sister have moved from Routt A as. to 1522 Lake Ave. J. S. Kenny has moved from Routt Ave. into a house near the cerner ef Pine Bt. on Arroyo. The ladies of Bt James ('lmpel will give a ball next Wednesday night at the city hall. Mrs. H. C. Miller has been suffer ing from a sevsre co.d, but is again able to be out Ladies and children’s summer gauze from ten cents up, at the Bes semer Fair. You can get a five gallon keg of maple syrup at C. H. Quackeubush A Hon's grocery store for only $2.00. Mrs. Joe Kprengle entertained u number of friends at tea uti Tuesday evening. The Bessemer W. C. T. U. met on Friday afternoon ut Mrs. Fuirbank.s on Spruce St French dress ginghams, white goods and Challies at the Bessemer Fair. C. F. Crill, of tiie Bessemer Nows, spent a few days iu Denver this week. Dr. Joslin, who was quite ill for a faw days is again able to be among his patients. H. C. Miller A Co. will deliver | orders for groceries to any part of J tiie city on short notice, j O. A. Lee has taken the contract ito build tiie German Methodist parsonage eu the corner of Cedar and Arroyo. Mr. Frank Griifin, who has been visiting in the citv for some time, returned to bis home in Kansas, last Sunday. Men's white unliuindried shirts I linen bosoms. New York mills muslin, extra wall made at 50 cts each at the Bessemer Fair. A Cottage Prayer meeting was held at the residence of Mrs. Long on Pins St. Tuesday evening. Tiie attendance and interest were good. Remember we are selling all the leading brands of teas at 8a cte per pound. Equal to any tea in the market selling at 75 cts. Bessemer Fair. The Beseemer Bakery always to the front in the beet of bread, pies, cakes, and all delicacies and confectioneries It ie the leading bakery in the cities of Beseemer and Pueblo. Deu’t forget to call on F. T. Briggs of 207 Santa Fe avenue, when yen want your watch repaired. Me will do it right and reasenably. J. E. Hoyt, 118 8. Union avenue, pays the highest price for second baud furniture, etc. Call on him. A full line of diamond dyes at the Bessemer drug store. Dr. C. A Gregg of 200 Houth Union avenue, will extract your teeth wltli ■ out pain. | Who repairs nine-teuths of the | watches and Jewelry In Bessemer? : Fred T. Briggs, the popular jeweler lat 207 .Santa Fe avenue, because he I does first-class work only. Miss Miriam E. Greenhauni of 1015 Routt avenue has epened up a dress making establishment at her home. All work guaranteed. Prioes reason able. Now is the time to place your money in the Pueblo Havings bank. Do not hesitate because of small deposits; your patronage will be duly appreciated. Mr. Colline, who has l>een employed for eight years firing boilers at the steel works has duit, and plana to take a trip next week to Denver and Cripple Creek. Dr. Corwin and J. A. Jov are ex pected to return from Honolulu some time this week, and the first question some people will ask will be, “Dr. how «o you pronounce Hawaii?” W. J. Ripley and wife left for California Wednesday night. They will visit Les Angles, then g# on to Oakland where they will remain seme time. John Mellinger, foreman of blas 8 furnaco No. 3at the otoel works, har been confined to hlo room tho past woek by a light attack of pnoumonla Ho thioks ho will soon bo able to return to his work. Passengers destined to the prominent cities east it the Missouri river should patronize the Chicago, Union Pacific * Northwestern line Magnificent Pull man and Wagner sleeping cart, elegant Pulleuur and Northwestern dining cars, free reclining chair can' liaiidflnmo day coaches and comfortable Pullman tour* let sleepers, through to Chicago without change THE BEBBEVER INDICATOR The Epworth League of the Meth odist church held a business meet ing at tho home of Mrs. Smith ou Cedur St. Tuesday evening. Mias Anna Shiner was appointed delegate to the Matt League Convention to be held ut Boulder the 20th. of the month. An interesting wedding occurred iu tiie Grove Monday evening. The contraeting parties were Mrs. Caro line McNamara and Mr. K. E. Ellis. The ceremony was performed by Itev. C. C. P. Hiller. Cake and some oth er refreshment increased the hilari ty of the guests. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Overton of Koatt Ave., ewallewed a grain of core the latter part of last week, which lodged in the windpipe. On Sun duy morning (lie physician was obliged to ]>erfnrm the operation of tracheotomy. The chiht is reported us renting easily with good prospects of rocovery. The exhibition at tho city hall Tuesday night did not call out a very largo audience, but they were oleusantly and instructively enter tained by the stcieopticon display of historical war painting*. The exhibition closed with musical •elections by the armless cowboy, who demonstrates great skill iu many things. A brilliant entertainment will be given iu tiie hull next Thursday evening. A number of Bessemer’s most charming young ladies will give an elaborate drill in fancy cos tume. Selections of music will bs given by Mr Kay, Miss Hose \\ ilson and others. This is given for tho benefit of the W. C. T. l\, and should bo well patronized. Mr. George H. Parker, state sec retary and Henry I*. Lpencer, gen -rul agent of the Continental In vestment and Loan Society of Chicago, 111., have been in the city for the past ten days working in the interests of their society. They have -uccoed in interesting a large num her of our citizens iu their enter i prize. Tills is the season of moving and cleaning, when tiie beligereut bouse wife with dirt iu her eye and zeal in liar lieurt wildly wields tho broom. When the head of the house rises early iu the morning and hies him to his neighbors buck feuce to borrow the fire shovel, only to flud that his accomodating neighbor, with whom lie had such intimate and loving ac quaintance, has “folded iiis tent like the arabs, and us silently stolen’’ away to another neighborhood. One of Bessetner’s most popular and well known young men is in trouble. How he did it he caa scarcely himself explain but the fact remains, and it stares him in the face brazenly in and mercilessly that lie has invited the two girls he cares most for, to uccompauy him to tiiw theatre ene and the suuie night, and he now realizes the force of tiie old song, “How hadpy could I he with either, were ’tother dear charmer away.” The young ladies are by no means congenial spirits, they both like him well enough but they don’t like each other. Itsa fearful situation and the Indicator tenders abundant sympathy aud u suggestion—the only way out of it is to get a severe attack of ton silitis, diptheria, or something from which he can soon recover. Its your only chance my boy. CHURCH NOTICES. BAPTIST CHURCH. Services of the Ist Baptist church are held every Sabbath in the Odd Fellows Hall, Routt and Summit avsnues, ut 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Rev. A. McNeil, pastor. GERMAN M. K.CIICKCH. The children were quite amused to hear Supt.F. W. Boldt play ou bis auto harp. Come children and you will hear seme good music. We make a special effort to teach you the German language and make it as pleasant as w e know how. I)ont forget the time, 2 p. in. in the English M. E. church, corner Mesa and Pins Sts. Also service in the German will take place at three o’clock at the sumo placo. All are kindly asked to lie present, to take part in tho service. Pastor’s residence, 1218 Evans Ave. M. K. CIII'RCII. At the Methodist church next Sab bath the pastor will preach at 11a. m, and 7.30 p. in. Morning subject, “The Church Member in his relation to good.’ I Epworth League for the young people |at 6.30. A cordial invitation to nil. ! The Sunday School is now officered j !as follows; Supt. John T. Robinson, j Ass’t Supt., 11. C. Miller. Sec’y and ' Trens., Alice Kickabaugh. Chorister and Organist, Annie Shiner. The out ; look for the school is bright and the teachers are working witli a will. All parents whole children do not attend elsewhere are invited to send them. TRINITY GRRMAN M'TII. CIIURCII. Tomorrow evening there will be an English service at the German Luth. church on Evans avenue. | Rev. H. Rauh of Denver will answer the question, “why am I a Luth eran?” In the morning Rev. J. Oesch of Yuma, Colo, will preach. All are cordially- invited. Since l laet Wednesday the German Luth eran pastoral conference of Colo-* rado is convened here. Discussions aro iu the Latin, German, English and Norwegian languages. W. Luesbenhop, pastor. Notice of School Elect ion. Notice is hereby given that tha annual meeting of the legal voters of school district No. 20, in . the county of Pneblo and state of Colo rado, will be held at the Broadway hoso house, nsar the Masonic Tem ple, in the city of Pueblo, on Monday the first day of May, 1898, for the purpose ef elscting one school di rector for the term of five years. The ballot box will be opened at the hour of 2 o’clock p. m. and closed at the hour of 5 o ’clock p. in. and 5:16. o’clock p. m. the meeting will be organised for the transactioa ef any ether business pertaining to so heel interests that may legally bebrenght before It t». L Knight, fieerstary School District Mo 10 eeuaty of Pneble. « $12.00 ® Buys Your Choice of 500 Spring s S uits Square or Round Cut Sacks, Single or Dou ble Breasted, Three Button Cutaway Frocks; all the Latest Styles at WHITE & DAVIS’, 221 Santa Fe Ave. Only $350 to Denver and Re turn Via D. & R. G. R. R. A Grand "Paderewski" excursion will be run over the Rio Granbe on Monday April 17tl» leaving Union Depot at 2.30 p. ni. To accomodate those desiring to return to Pueblo the same night a special train will leave Denver at 11 p. m. but all tickets will be good for retnrn passage on April 18th. We have made arrangements with the Broadway Theatre so our' people can secure the best seats if application ia made nt once. Call at Graud Union Ticket Office Central Block and make your arrangements at once as the sale will be very rapid The railroad tickets will be sold to all who desire to take advantage of this low rate regardless of theatre tickets. Ai.kx Jackson Genl. Agt ! W-R-DS F-I- (The above words when properly filled in compose the name of the great event of the year.) EVERY PERSON who properly tills them in mid returns this card to uh with an order for 150 of our 5 cent Cigars ut $35.0*1 per 1,000 (making small G. O. D. bill of $5.25,) will receive n BEAUTIFUL and reliable Gold Filled Watch FREE (accompanied by 20-year guarantee.! full jeweled, stem wind and set. THE OBJECT OF this extraording offer ia of course to save the heavy ex pense of traveling salesmen, and to in troduce the goeds at once. All goods shipped C. O. D., and full examination allowed before you pay one cent. Amkiih'A.n Ckiak Co., Wiuston. N. C. Bessemer Helping Hand. A charitable institution open to every body. The best of care and the strict est attention given to children. Miss' —— Kern, a lady of large experience now has charge of the institution us matron. As a day nursery children are taken fer ten cents a day. Nursing children $2.50 per week; where there are three from one family, only $20,00 per month for all. You are invited to call, and further information will be cheerfully furnished. The location is 1031 Routt avenue. Mkk. Susie Kelt nek, President. Mrs. F. B. NewLON, Secretary. When Your Eye Strikes This Stop and Read It. The famous Hot Springs of Arkansas, world renowned for their healing quel ■ ties and as a health and pleasure re sort, can be reached quickly ia Pullman Buffet sleeping cars from Kansas Citj and Cofleyville via the Missouri Pacifk railway Sufferers from "la grippe, influenza, rheumatism or kindred die eases, (ran obtain relief by a visit tc this famous sanitarium A Minister’s Wife Much Pleased Elder S. 8. Beaver, of MeAllister villc, Judiutta Co., Pa., says his wife is subject to cramp in the stomach. Last summer she tried Chamberlain’s Colic. Chelern. mid Diarrhea Remedy for it, and was much pleased with the speedy relief it afforded She has since used it whenever neccssarj and found that it never fails. For sale by W. P. Swartz. Druggist. For Sale. A $175 buggy and a No. 1 family horse with harness, for only $175. Call at this office for particulars. They Will Have It. The public demand through service when traveling. It is old fashioned to "change cars." Oa the through, solid vestihuled trains of the Chicago, Union Pacific A Northwestern line from or to Chicago, Omaka and Denver, there is no change This is tho finest and fast est service between the points named. TOUCHACK BROH., merchant tailors of 110 West 2nd strset are among the most celebrated cutters and fitters in the West. They will fit you with a coat, pants or vast to a nicety, and oharge you no more than you pay for an ill-flttfng gar ment. They carry the latest styles of spring goods and are making suits at figures so low as to surprise you. Yon will he pleased with prices and pleased with the goods. MONEY saved by placing it in the Pueblo Savings Bank. Don’t delay but begin an account If yoa Sava aot already dm* so. If yatt want year clothes cleaned aad repaired, send a postal te IBS Bvaas Ave., aad I will call tor t^srn. P. H. McCVAPT. An Impartial Judge Says the Missou-1 Pacific is the most desirable route for nil classes of travel ers from Pueblo to Kansas City, St Louis and all points east Through Pullman sleeping cars and reclining chair cars (seats free) from tin* Rocky Mountains to thb Missouri and Missis sippi rivers Close connections with all diverging lines Wm. Hogg, city Ticket agent, telephone 101 Of Importance to the Traveling Public. Before 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 pointf North, South, East and We t. which will he cheerfully .given. DENS ANTI-POENA. Teeth Ex acted Without Pain. The greatest winder nT the nine teenth century. Dr. C. A. Gregg whose dental j ailors are at *>flo south Union Avenue lias the right of tko city and of Pueblo county and will e aract , your teeth without causing pain. In Pullman’s Finest. A tri|» over the Missouri Pacific rail way from Pueblo io Kansas City. St Louis and all points east can be made in 'legant Pullman buffet sleeping curs and free reclining chair car*. For fur tlier information addre-s William Mogg. agent. Union avenue bridge dejiot. tele 1 phone 11»1. Savings Bank. The Pueblo Savings bank is a popular institution with tl o |ieoi>!e of Bet-semer and it deserves to be. It is a good bank to patronize and the men, women ami children of the city are fust finding it out. Civil Service Salaries. Tho salaries paid to persons in the civil service of the United States amount to $90,000,000 annually. This seems like a tremendous amount, but when it is borne in mind that this sum pays the wages of 180,000 per sons It need not appall any one. The average 1b only SSOO a vear. “PIKE’S PEAK POUT; « RAILWAY^ ALL STANDARD GAUGF SHORTEST TIME BETWEEN »'■< Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo UNO Salt Lake City, Ogden, Pacific Coast, and all Northwest Points, via Hi* niton. LeadTille, Aspen and Glen wood Springs. SCENERY UNEQUALLED I EQUIPMENT UNSURPASSED! Through Pullman Sleeper* and Pullman Taurlr Car* betwr-n Denver and San Francltco. Through ihe heart of the Rocky Mountain*—Th> moil comfortable, the tafecl and the grandcit of ai> iran*-continental route* H. COLLSRAN, CHAB. 8. LEE MM*l MAtUOtn, MB. MM. (MKT, Colorado Sprlnga, Colo. Denver, Colo. MATltfr HERCULES —■ Bat aid BasoUne POWER 1 iravawwvr parta. aad are I Sere flora Ivan llktly lo get out i Pf.S**— T **f* a«r pthvr gM or gaaollne vegluo* now "**•*•< **Mi u MAKBB VO HILL OB BIST. tk. >M. I* on* Ml , «• MWlm,aii.liiMfc I. ’~'"»»<fte.gr«g«£« HaM *mm, tm MIHII 111 I MININ taa IHII W ***** a trn, rnmmmmmm, MMMiaiMI. - —■*- -an.. . .Ml.. V M.. _» “FRED T. BRIGGS "" Keer •a i i:ie Line of Reliable JEWELRY ■object t*» your inspection und sclcclioo. If you need u pair of SPECTACLES OR EYE-GLASSES, I You (v* V titled out wit bout having to paj l extra price for an eye teat. _ i Wntenc- • owelty carefully and prompt!; j repaitCHi rDtrn T POir rQ 207 Santa Fe Avenne 1 l\ JLa lJ 1 , jJlVl* SUO) With KtimchHaid’a Book Store. good'goods low prices. AYo have a great big trade in Men’s Cloth ing and F inn isi lings. Our Mammoth Stores are the Boast of Bessemer and the Pride of Pueblo. ' Good Goods a.v, / /.ow Prices win Every Time" G. L. L. GANN MERCANTILE GO, —fantou Piper Orchestra - Music furnished for Balia, Parties and Benefits on reason able terms. Leave orders with c. c. MARTIN, BESSEMER FAIR. STEELTON. This Addition lies Three Blocks West of the Steel Works and one block from the Besse mer car line, facing Rent* avenne on the Ea3t and Pinion Street on the West. The lots are nice and level; water main through thj alley; streets graded. Prices, $175. and $250. Terms, $17.50 to $20.00 cash and balance in eight quarterly notes at seven | per cent interest. | MILES & STEWART, 212 SOUTH UNION AVENUE PUEBLO I UftHIfICPI BMPiI ■ • ■-’* " ‘ '■ J. E. MURPHY, BRICK AND STONE MASON. Also furnishes material. Sandstone of all dimensions. Office at Livery Stable near City Hall, Bessemer. THIS MEANS YOU. T he Public In Oenpml nnd the* People of Pueblo In I*m tlculni —The Denver & Rio Grande (the old reliable) runs more trains daily be tween Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver than all other lines combined. Makes faster time, nnd departure of trains is at all hours to suit the conve nience of ear friends, the traveling public. Second—The equipment of this line* is unsurpassed; chair car trains, heated by steam aud lighted by gas. and as nil experienced travelers will tell you. the track has no equal ia the v*est. Third—Our time between Pueblo and Denver is Irom 1 hour and 43 minutes to 2 hours and 48 minutes faster than made by competing lines. Time is money. Fourth—This is the only direct line from Pueblo to Leadville. Aspen, Glen weod. Salt Lake City. Ogden, and all Pacific coast points. Through sleepers over this ine from Pueblo to Knu Fran cisco and Los Angeles. Round trip tickets now on sale le Utah. California and Oregon points at greatly reduced rates. Fifth—lt is not generally kuown. but is nevertheless a fact, the Rio Grande makes the quickest time between Pueb lo aad Kansas City, Omaha, St. Louis, Chicago, aad all points cast and north. N. B.—Leave Pueblo at 4:48 a. m. (say Monday), arrive Omaha 11 p. m. same Bight; arrive Bt. Louie next day (Tuesday) at 1 :$$ p. m.; arrive Chicago next da; (Toexdnjr) .1 S:IS p. m Onlj one night on the road Pueblo to ( hire go or 8t Louts—no other line een offer this accommodation—thna anting yon Irom *B.OO to *4. on Pullman fare, and I connecting at Chicago with all tha 8 i>.! J®* for the Out, saving 24 ■ hnon lo Hew Toe* or Boston. »<tth— Ketwkhettoding the mao, •NMe.XIBM.Ikh Mk *rJZ mm always be found iu the lead with the lowest rates. Correct and reliable in formation can always be secured by calling at GRAND UNION TICKET OFFICE, Central block (cor. Second and Main streets). Tickets can be se cured at this office to or from all points in the civilized world. Tickets on sale at this agency via Denver & Rio Grande, Union Pacific system. Rock' Island Route, and Burlington Route Genera! agency for A 1 steamship Ai.ex. Jackson, Agent. When Going East. Take the Union Pacific and Chicago and Alton railways via Kansas City. Through Sleepers, Diners, and Free de clining Chair Cars to Chicago. Makes close connection at Chicago with all lines to aud from the East, For low rates call at Union Pacific Ry. ticket office, Triangle building. A. S. Cuthbebtson, Dee 81 • Gen eral Ageu t J. STRAUB, Manufacturer of and retail dealer In Jfe TRUNKS SndyALISRS, iHuunlMt.