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I Moses k Allen |||j 202 South Union Ave. and |||| Cor. Oth and Snnta Fe Avc, pB Is the place to buy your I GROCERIES And save you money. We can sell you your goods » CHEAPEII and give you Ht- FRESHEIt goods than any B other house in Colorado. B Down We Go! ■ 100 pound* of Mountain Potatoes 91 .SO ■ 100 pounds Greeley Potatoes 1.75 I For One Week We Will Sell ■ 100 pounds Hhogo Flour ..$1.75 ■ 100 pounds Columbine Flour . I.W I 00 pound* Oat Meal 1-00 B 40 pounds Mexican Beans .100 ■ JO pouuds choice Hlee 1.00 12 pounds Currants 1.00 12 pouuds Hu ltd us 1.00 10 pouuds Blackberries 1(C 15 pounds lllnck Fig* .1.00 4 pound parlugo Coffw "" 1-00 17 jiounds Granulalad Sugar 1 00 1H pound* E Sugar 1-00 lOtf pound* Granulated Sugar.. ft. 75 Ai pound I)r. Price’s Baking Powder.. .30 4 pounds Dr. Fries'* llaklug Powder. 1.55 jo pounds pall Jelly 1.00 ») pounds pall Jelly 1.25 1 1 pound Creamery Butter 35 9 cans Tomatoes .25 a cans Halim>u 25 1 can Pomoettc Sardines. ■ .05 12 eon Corn 1 "0 I cans Com -25 1 can Hiring Beans . .10 t can Wax Beans .lo 1 can Pens. • I can Frsnati Pens .'2O 1 ran Mushrooms. .20 1 dosvn lemons. .20 1 good Broom, .15 5 bars While Kusslau Hoap.. .25 « bars Mascot Hoap. .25 ft bars Clarctte Sum- ■%'< » bars Town's Delight .. .25 We have a full line of Fresh vegetables and fruit, and everything !■ our line. COME AND SEE US. We will have another car of choice Orauges in Wednesday or Thurs day. Don’t forget to get some of them at 121-2 c per Dozen —AND— S2.2S by the Box. They are cheaper than apples or any other fruit. We have a full line ®f Garden, Flewsraud Grass Seed. 2 STORES 2 Moses & Allen CUT RAILWAY TICKETS. I will give joe lower Railway er Steam ehip rates to any part of the Uni ted Btatee er Europe thau can be had through any one else la Southern Colo -* 10. Call on or write me for rates and will furnish you with all desired infor * ation. C. L. TINGLE, Ticket Broker. Pueblo. Seuth Union Ave. near B Street. R. A. CROSSMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Criminal Law a Speciulty. Prompt Attention Given to Pension Clulms Room 1 over Postofflue. Fukui.o. W. L. UKA HAM, Cll AS. E. SAXTON, President. Cashier. WESTERN NATINAL BANK, Union Avc. and C Street, Pueblo, Colorado Authorised Capital, - - ♦& , i0,000. Paid In Capital, - - - 50,000. Hurpluft, ..... 175.001. Full Set of Teel ©5.00 AT DR. STONE’S DENTAL PARLORS, Rooms 904-5-6-7, Central Block. Bridge and Crown work done. Also nil I work known to modern dentistry. Prices asonabls and all work Warranted. WEST BROS. Buy and Sell hrnitirt, Carpets Curtains, Glassware Queenswar Tinware, etc. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SRCOXD HAND GOODS. .09 UNION AVENUE, - - HEAR BRIDGE F. H. STEWART & CO. Muatactarara of and dealers in Baggies anil Wagons, Agricultural Implements of All Kinds. Wa on ana Buggy Harness. ios-iosb. umiow aw. io«-ioa victoria aw.. Tilsshonc No. iss. PUEBLO, COLO CHAB. 0. RICHARDSON, ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR Sri g inter if the City of Beuemer OSe. at Oentnl Btk. Faetlo. If jna mat a btidmafa m 4, • ** giafebaa ** « «. m u iggllj m • * * “cnod«Mßb jad it tHwßtaMMf# •s•»* ~ v- , : ' The Bessemer Indicator. Tim Indicator. P. BYRNES, Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Saturday at Bessemer. Colo. Entered at the PostolTlce at Pueblo, Colo., us secojld class flintier. Brice of Wubsckiption. One Year SI 00 Six Monlha 60 Bessr.mek and Pueblo arc the two most prosperous cities in Colo rado to-day. Hum winds with dust and sand in Colorado but cyclones mixed with fenee hoards and mule shoes in Kansas. Unless further changes take place the ruilroad rates from Colo rado points to the World's Fair will be $ 19 for the round trip. The Hoomerung throwers sur prised the natives by their dexterity at the Mimicqua ball park last Sun da}*. Wonder if they didn't throw one of their weapons into the city couucil Monday eveuing. The Bessemer Building und Loan Association is in a nourishing con dition nud prepared to loan plenty of money to all members in good stand ing. No need to borrow from out side corporations; if you want to build join this association. James G. Corbett will appear at the Grand opera house next Tuesday evening and standing room is already at a premium. Corbett's star is now in its zenith and the world’s champion of fisticuffs is shrewd enough to make his fortune while lie may. There is much siK.-culutiou as to who will he the Pueblo postmaster. Thomas Thompson is now in Wash ington I>. C. looking out for his interests and probably has the in side track. The chances are tlmt he carried S. A. Abbey's resignation with him to the capital. The first excursion of the season will be given by the typographical union of Pueblo, on Sunday, May 7, the objective point being the Royal Gorge. Genial Alex Jackson will put the excursionists through over the I). & It. G. and will send a special car to Bessemer. Tiif. steel works will soon begin a foundry second to none this side of Chicago. Heretofore the small foundry could do no more than sup* ply the local demand, bet the new one will accommodate outside orders. The steel works are becoming more and more of a success. The Colorado Sun has sent out blanks for the signatures of those desiring the railroad rate to the Columbian Exposition to he reduced to a maximum of S3O for the round trip. Thirty dollars is enough and a monster petition to the various ruilroads may bring about the de sired result. When persons and things die it is customary to say something about them. In this instance it is not a person whose demise is noted but that of the Bessemer Post. The Post is very dead, dead, dead, and none shall miss it. Fortunately for decent newspaperdom it is out of the way. It had a brief aud troubled career and being devoid of decency und principle it feebly passed away and few would have kuown did not the Indicator publish this brief obituary. Poor Post, lucky Bes semer. Pueblo Appointments. The new city council of Pueblo made the following appointments at its first meeting last Monday evening.: Chief of police,S. A. Abbey; Night aaptain, Walter Davis; Police magis trate, J. F. Smith; City physician, Dr. J. J. Willard; North side drug- i gist, Baldwin Drug Co; South side druggist, E. R. Grover; Street com missioner, Samuel Sands; City scavenger, Charles Timbers; North side weigher, I French; South side weigher, D. C. Glle; Chief of fire department, George W. Hook; President of the council, J. R. Val entine. More Light. Bessemer needs more light. The cross Inge on Evuns avenue are actually dangerous on dark nights and the new nonnoil would do a wiee thing by pro viding an electric light at every crossing when there is none at present Evans and Summit, Arrays, Northern and Central should each have a light The crowds that board the oars at these crossings would oertslnly appreciate the si pend nre of a few hundred dollars extern for lamps at these places and an extra large lighting fund should be BESSEMER, COLORADO, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1893. THE CITY COUNCIL. The old one goes out and the new one comes in—A crowded hell witnessed the change—Ex-Mayor W. L. Shockey presented with gavel—Mayor J. K. Dem psey greeted with ap plause—No appointments made. The roll was called for the mem bers of the old conncil for the lust time ou Monday eveuing, all re sponding except J. E. Jones who was absent. After the roll call attorney Low escorted Mayor elect J. K Dempsey to the platform who took a seat beside Mayor Shockey. The reports of the clerk, treasurer and police magistrate were read und approved. The official canvass of the election was read and approved. A resolution of respeet to Mayer Shockey was read by J. 11. Jones in which the council expressed their appreciation of his fairness and courtesy during his term. Mr. Jones presented hint with a gavel as a taken of their esteem, and Mr. Shockey responded, thanking them for their expressions of good will. Alderman Hart spoke of the vacancy caused by the absence of J. E. Jones and read n resolution de claring that a vacancy existed in the council. This brought up a hot discussion. Mayor Shockey thought it unwise to fill tiie vacancy. He considered that such nil action would be premuture. He said It was not known that Mr. Jones’ übteuce was permanent aud tie advised that no action should be taken. Mr. Hart insisted that his mot'on be put to u vote. The vote was taken and resolution carried. Ald erman West, Brennan and Panne baker voting with him. Mr. Hurt was on the war path and had a plan to carry out. He fol lowed up his advantage by moving that Mr. Martin be elected to fill the vacancy, and that tiie vote be by ayes and nays. Mayor Shockey objected to this, declaring such method of voting out of order and said that rather than be a party to a transaction lie wished to be ex cusod from the council. He said that the clerk had received a mes sage from Mr. Jones iti which it was slated that he would return on the 22nd and repeated that he consider ed an election to till the vacancy too hasty. A.derman Keltner called for the reuding of the message. Clerk Merick repeated the message in substu nee. Alderman Hart doubted if the message was genuine and said that plenty of evidence existed to prove his assertion. Mr. Jones had de clared before leaving that his ab sence would be permanent and that since going away he had written several letters conveying the same intention, he therefore insisted that his motieu to elect a successor be put to vote. The mayor declared that the vote should be by ballot. Attorney Low’s opinion being asked for, decided with the mayor. Mr. Hurt appealed from the decision ef the chair but his appeal was lost. The vote ou hie former motion being taken by ballot re sulted as follows: For M. Martin three; “for” one; for Harry Moran,one; against, two. M. Martin was declared duly elected. Mayor Shockey then presented Mayor Dempsey to the council, the house greeting him with loud applause and the old couucil stepped dowp aud out. Mayor Dempsey then called the new members to order. Aldermen Leithead, Keltner, Miles, Panne baker, Jackeen, Fisher, Kirk and Mnrtii) taking their pluces. The vast crowd sat anxiously awaiting the appointments but it was doomed to disappointment. Alderman Jackson moved to delay election of officers which motion was seconded by Alderman Leit head and carried. Mayor Dempsey stated that he would call a special meeting of the new council. A motion to adjourn was then made and carried. The Appointments. A special meeting of the city council was held Thursday night at which the appointments of official for the ensuing year was made. A large crowd was present to witness the change, and an almost complete change it was. Pan nebaker was entirely ignored and in stead of being the pivot on which the result must swing, he was not in it at any turn and got nothing. This was one very agreeable feature of the evenings work. There were from three to eight ap plicants for every office and the Demp sey crowd got everything. THE APPOINTMENTS. Marshal, M. J. Shay. Clerk, Frank Johnson. Police 1 ward, M. F. Dempsey. “ 2 “ Wm. Brennan. “ 3-4 “ Thomas James. Pound master, E. P. Price. Street com., Chris. Burns. Irrigators, L. R. Smith, T. J. Young, and W. H Evans. City Attorney, A. W. Leonard- Polios Magistrate, Goa Willeuer. City Phyeioian, EL S. Dodds. Janitor, W. 1m Fanner. THS COMMITTEES. Finance, Pannebaker, Miles and Leithead. Streets and Bridge*, Miles, Martin and Jaokson. Public Works, Jackson, Leithead and Mites. Crowds 1 Crowds Are attending those GREAT SPECIAL DAI LY SALES of The Paul Wilson Dry Goods Co, Main and Sixth Streets DRY GOODS, CAR PETS AND MILLINERY You better join the crowd if needing anything of the kind. Police, Mnrtin, Keltner und Kirk. Fire and Water, Leithead, Miles und Fisher. Bewers and Sewerage, Keltner, Kirk and Fisher. Assessments, Kirk, Fisner and Keltner Surveys und lighting, Miles Martin and Panaebaker. Ordinances, Jackson, Leithead and Martin. Bids for sprinkling the streets were referred to the street and bridge com mittee. C. L. Funk's bond as tronsurer, sls, 000, was accepted. D. L. Holden und W. A. Moses being sureties. The new council is now ready for business and bus the ability to do much good for the city. Bessemer Building and Loan. The Bessemer Building and Loan Association held a rogular meeting last Monday night and over SIOOO was col lected. The last money sold brought 31 nor cent premium and S3OOO more will be sold at same figure. The directors are seriously consider ing the qusetion of issuing another series of stock next July, making five aeries in all, and if they find thnt enough stock can do sold to justify them in creating another series, the same will be ready by July Ist next. Any person in Bessemer or Pueblo, who may desire to take stock in the fifth series, will do well to advise Pres. J. K. Dempsey or Secy. F. P. Hawk as soon as possible. An exchange sings this doleful song: “Father, dear father, come home with me now, for ma lias some carpet to heat; she's got all the furniture out in the yard from the front perch clear down to the street. The stove must come down and be put in the shed, nud the yard must be cleaned of dead grass, for its time to clean house and the devil’s to pay—and the front windows need some new glass. Father, dear father, come home with me now, and bring some bologna and cheese; its most twelve o’clock and there’s nothing to eat —I’m so hungry I’m weak in the kuees. All the dinner we’ll have will be cold scraps and such, nnd we’ll have to eat standing up, too, for the tables and chairs are all out in the yard—oh, I wish spring house cleaning was through! Father .dear father, dear father, come home with me now, for ma is as mad us a Turk; She says you’re a lazy old thing and that she proposes to put you to work. There’s painting to do, nnd paper to hang, and window and casings to scrub, for it’s house-cleaning time, and you got to come home and revel in suds aud cold grub.” Notice of School Election. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the legal voters of school district No. 20, In the county of Pueblo and stnte of Colo rado, will be held at the Broadway hose house, near the Masonic Tem ple, in the city of Pueblo, on Monday the first day of May, 189.3, for the purpose ef electing 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 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. For Rent. Large front room nicely furnished. Out and inside entrance. 1138 Evans avenue. For Sale. Verbenas, Asters, Geraneums and Pansies. Bessemer Green House. T be democrats got almost every thing in the way of appointments; Strange, too, in a republican city. The change in the marshal's office is particularly gratifying. M. J. Shay has ths qualifications to make himself useful and popular in that position. Contrary to general belief, the emergency clause was attached to tho Wicks consolidation bill, and being approved by the governor it ie now operative and may be acted npoo Rt any time. STEEL WORKS ADDITION I >r Sale! 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, I LAND COMMISSIONER. Room 2i, Union Depot. See W. IT oil ler’© * NEW AND COMPLETE SPRING STOCK Those sio. Suits are Beauties, and Boys’ $2. and $l. Suits can't be beaten for the Money. R. HEITLER, 309 Santa Fc Avc. FU HNISII LX(J (;()ODS A special line going cheap Black satine shirt fI.(K) Chiveot shirt 50 add 75 c. Shirts aud drawers, mixed Finn white shirts only $l.OO goods, eacli 50c. Call and see us- IVe can surprise you ou prices and qur/ity of goods. H. PERLET, Evans and Summit Where to Stop in Chicago. The perplexing question which is every day asked by people who de ,: te to go to Chicago to attend the \\oiui » Fair is, "Where are we going to stay when we get there?” This is easily answered, and if you will go to the ticket agent of the Bantu Fe. Mr. Seawright, he will tell you. Arrangements have been made for the distribution oy the Santa Fe Com pany of a pamphlet entitled. Homes for Visitors to the World’s Fair. This is a reliable pamphlet containing the names and addrssses of about 9,000, families who will furnish accommoda-1 ti'»n to visitors from Ist of May to Oct-j otter 31st. 1893. The pamphlet also con. tains sectional snips which will enable the intending visitor to select any quarter of the city that he would prefer Correspondence can then be curried on and definite arrangements made so that when visitors arrive in Chicago they ean proceed at once to their quarters. Moses Price Cured of Rheum atism. Ths many cases of rheumatism cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm during the pa9t few months liavs given the peo ple great confidence in its curative properties, and have shown that there is one preparation thnt can he depend jed upon for that painful and aggra vating disease. Ilonakcr Bros., Lorain, Ohio, say: "Mr. Moses Price, of this place, was troubled with rheumatism for a long time. Chamberlain's Pain Balm has cured him. lie says that the Balm has no equal." For sale by W. P. Swartz. Druggist. The Correct Hat Quality, Style, Service. The Knox. G. L. L. Giron Mercantile Co., This Agents. Removal. Uncle Sam’s harness shop lias re moved from C street to 115 P. Union avenue aqd requests it continuance of patronage from all old customers, und all new ones who will favor it with their work. Popular Styles. Correct shapes, best qualities, low prices. Hats, hats, hats. G. L. L. Gann Mercantile Co. Fine stationery blank books and News Depot for all ths leading periodicals. Bessemer Fair. MfITIVF HERCULES ■ Has and Basoline POWER engd,ks * * * »BB TTftVft ftrwrt parts, sad srs thru-tor* irm likely to get out <’f order thso sny oth«-r gan or gsaollne engines now built. Jimt l|ght the burner, turu the wheel, sod U run* all day. MAKJRS MO SMELL OB DIRT. No doubts or ndae explosions, so frequent with ths uureUsbts spsrk, For Simplicity It Bests the World. It Olle Itself Automatically., Mo Batteries or Bleetrte Spark. It tubs with a Cheaper Grade of Gasoline than any other Logins. fasMßetimra nicuust amv to *ALMWt A RKY, Manufacturers, In Fmh* * mI MM, It. r ’*- - —. a tef.. Great Rock Island Route TO EAST. BUST ms GIB SERVICE IE THE WORLD. 1052 IHO2 As long ft time ns David reigned, so lout; hast the t tiieiigu. It-M-k island A- Pacific Hall way run trains westward from Uilcagn. The Hook island i- run-most in ndnptlng any advantage <-iileuhit>-d to improve and give that luxury, safely and comfort that popular patronage d-iimnd'. llsi -iwip ment it thoroughly complete with vestibuled trains, mngnlilcent -llniii « curs, sleepers aa-l - hairs conches, all the most Hi g:int. and-d recently improved putt-ms. Faithful and cupal.le inanai: •ment and polite, honest service from -mpl-.ves un important Items. They are a double dut v tothu Loin puny ami to travelers—and ills sometimes a task dilNeult of accomplish ment. I’assenccrs on this line will ilml little cause for complaint on that ground. The Importance of thU I,lnc can bo better: understood If a short lesson In geography be ! now recited. What Is the great Fast, rn termini of the ' Hock Island Hoiitc?—Chicago. What other sub-Eastern termini has It?—lVorin. To! what Important points docs It run trains to the Northwest?- si. Paul and .Minneapolis. Minnesota amt Watertown und Sioux Falls,! Dakota. To what important lowa and Ne braska points—Des Moines, Davenport, lowa Omuha and Lincoln. Nebraska. I It touch other Missouri Hivcr points?—Yes; St. Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth and Kansas Lily. Does It run trains tothe Foothills of I the Kooky Mountain-? - Yes; to Denver, i -dorado springs ami Pueblo, solid v< M P-iil- 1 ed from Chicago, fan Important cities of| Kansas l«e reached by the Hock Island Route?—Yes: its capital city. Topeka' nnd a - hundred others in all directions in the j State, and It Is the only road running to ami Into the new lands opened for settlement in tin- ( h- venue aad.Arapahoe He—-rentlon. Il will thus .p-seen Hint a llm- tapping, as' :he Hoi k Island dot-.such a \ tried territory, j lias much In that regard to commend It to travelers, as nil connections tire sure on the Hock Island, and pa-—ng. rs can rol> on .a -pi edv tourney, a' over ii hulk of the system through trains ure run. audit has become.- ami rightly t----. the popular Line A \ cry popular train on the Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Hallway leave' Denver. Pueblo and < -dorado Springs, dully. It Is call, d "The World's Fair Special." is one layout, and passengers arrive at Chicago early the second morning. The Itnck island lias become a popular Colorado Line, and the train above referred lo l' Ycstlbiilod. ami carries the Rock Island excellent Dining < ar Service. For full particulars as to tickets, maps,; rates, apply to any coupon ticket office in j the 1 tiltc-l,’Canada or Mexico, or address: .1N (). SKUA ST lAN. | Oenl.Tkt. A Pass. \gt..< lileasro. 111. K ST. .IOHN. (ienl. Manager. Chicago. 111. J. G. KKI.I.KH, Agent. Pueblo, Colorado. STUNIPF BROS. MEAT MARKET. Fresh Meat, Fish, Poultry and Game constantly on hand. Orders called for and delivered to any part of Bessemer and Pueblo. If you can’t get what you | want from your own butcher, give us j a call and we will please you. STUMPF BROS. 128 S. UNION AVE. . Specialties. Fresh Garden, Grass and Flower seeds. Come early Gasoline only IB cents a gallon. C. H. Quackenbush & Sod. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES Arc individual tales constructed or selected drill proor steel end designed lor the rare keeping of Diamonds, Jewelry Ab stracts, Deeds, Insurance policies, Money and Valuables of all k,n.:„ Owing to theii sup ri ti ~ and location in tho stron a v '' ult o' th® Amei I, an National Bank they afford a oteotlon not offered by th< .rdlnai ear. The owner of one llltse safes enjoy, the privilege silt, ping val ua Ides in a sure place known , nly to himsell An , cut one or theee safes by applying to this department of the— AMERICAN - - NATIONAL - - BANK ! . W. LYNCI i. CORNER OF EVANS ANIJ 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. We will give TWO SPECIAL PRIZES OronesßOGold Watch and Medal • , the first and second Pueblo riders finishing In the great Denver Cyclists' Un ion 25 mile handicap, straight away road race oil Decor ation day, May 80, at Denver \Vc also g i yens FIRST PRIZE, There will be 200 entries and 50 prizes. Overman Wheel Co. VICTOR MAKERS ROBERT GER w 1 NG, Manager. 312 Qa nta Fe Ave. T MILTON, & QO., CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, Plans and specifications furnishe 1 n plication and estimates given. Call at No. 600 Arrora Avenue, Bessemer. D. R. Greene, «... O F. Urmv, v,o« N. D. h.nsdale, ca.„ 11( ,. PUEBLO NATIONAL BANK. PUEBLO, . . COLORADO. PAID UP CAPITAL, $250,000 I'OKEtON AND DOMESTIC KXC I. A XO h BiIGHTAED BOLD DIRECTORS. James L. Ixiiiibitnl. T \ Uoser W. Woodbury. T T,,08 - TliompHon. ; - ' tss J. J. LANG DON. Has Rare Bargains in Houses and Lots in Bessemer. Choice Garden tracts under Dili h, fenced, and cultivated last year, sold on easiest kind of terms. Abstracts of Title prompty furnished No 8 East C Street, Back of Wester i' National Bank, Pueblo. HEADLIGHT FEED STORE, WHOLES AXE AM) RETAIL Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed. Headquarters for Natural Ice. E. G. DONLEY, Proprietor. TELEPHONE ISS. Between Union and Victoria Avenues. Ihe Perfection Steam Laundry. Will open about May Ist at the corner J of Victoria avenue and C Street under the name of THE PUEBLO LAUNDRY. Everything ntut and clean and all work first class, (loads called for and delivered to any part of Pueblo or Bessemer. WORMLEY & MURTHA, Propr’s. I 11AAAT11ACI Poesu t quote any prices, but be permits W\m\ I' OS "" onot " S'VC "'ore Groceries nml Provisions for s BIG DOLLAR llinn he dots lie is in THE LEAD and intends to stay there. Don't nsk questions, but drop in and see him. Von 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— 1 JOHN H. PLEIS, Corner Union and Abrtkndo Avenues, I’UEBLO, COLO BESSEMER DRUG STORE. A full line of fresh drugs always on hand. Prescriptions ears rully compounded either day or n ight. Give me a call. W. P. SWARTZ, PROPRIETOR Wanted: Second-Hand Goods. I wiU pay the HIGHEST PRICE for Second-hand Bedsteads, Ohairs, Tables and Spring Mattresses, for Heating and Cook Stoves and Qneensware. Will buy, S*ll or Trad*. J. E. HOYT, t!8 SOUTH UNION AVE., PUEBLO, COLO FIVE CENTS