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VOL. 4, NO. 18.
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Apples 1 00 6 pounds Evap. Peaches 1.00 •ft-Do not forget to buy a box of choice Oranges. They arc dilTerent sizes in box -126 Oranges for $2.00 150 Oranges for 2.00 176 Oranges fer 2.00 We have fresh Berries, Tomatoes, Bananas, Cuncumbcrs. Lettuce Radishes Onions, Rhubarb; also a full line of Plants, Flower and Garden, Field and Lawn Seed. Come and trade with your friends and save money. Moses & Allen 202 South Union Avc. Cor. 6th and Santa Fe Avc. CUT RAILWAY TICKETS, ' I will give you lower Railway or Steam ship rates to any part of the Uni ted States or Europe limn can be hiul through any one else in Southern Colo -• 10. Call on or write me for rates and will furnish you with all desired infor * atlon. C. L. TINGLE, Ticket Broker, Pueblo. South Union Avc. near B Street. R. A. CROSSMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Criminal Law n Specialty. Prompt Attention Given to Pension Claim* Room 1 over Postolllcc. Pumu.o. W. L. UKAIIAM, CIIAB. E.BAXTON, President. Cashier. WESTERN NATINAL BANK, Union Ave. and C Rlrcet, Pueblo, Colorado Authorised Capital, - - ♦2f10,000. Paid tn Capital, - - - .60,000. Surplus, 175.001. Full Set ol Teeth for 95.00 AT OR. STONE’S DENTAL PARLORS, Booms aM-ft-0-7. Central Block. Brldga and Crown work done. Also all work known to modern dentistry. Prices aaonabl* and all work Warranted. WEST BROS. Buy and Bell fVlitin, Cwpets Cartons, GUsswarc v Queenswar Tinware, etc. SIOREBT PRICE PAIR FOR SECOND HAND GOODS. iWumoiWEmii - - wear bridge . F. H. STEWART & CO. Mamfectaran of and dealer, in Buggies and Wagons, w ~- I— i—k.wao« ***- tos.iosvtOToa,* av* . nmm in. PUEBLO. COLO . OJAB.O. WCHAROBON, ' MMStOnual Bik_ h»Mo. The Bessemer Indicator. The Indicator. P. BYRNES, Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Hnturday at Bessemer,Colo. Entered at the Postofllco at. Pueblo, Colo., as second ciusx matter. Prick of kubscription. One Year $1 00 Hix Months 60 The runs being made on an many eastern bnnks by depositors need cause no uneasiness in the city. The Pueblo banks have all along been do ing a conservative business and nothing but a wild, senseless raid by depositors could shake them in the least. Coin the silver buliiou in the vaults of the national treasury into dollars and pay it out to the old soldiers in pensions. This one act. alone would relieve the iinanciul de pression of the hour and lend an impetus to business that is now stagnant. Aldkiiman George Jackson made a host of friends in not signing the petition releasing the claims of the city to tlie steel works. Mr. Jack son’s loyalty' to his city is every where praised and lie has reason to be proud of the commendations of the people. There is only’ one J. K. Dempsey in Bessemer. His remarkable execu tive ability displayed in the council chamber Monday night which re sulted in an appeal being taken in the ease of the lake properly vs Bes semer, gained the hearty plaudits of the vast crowd and men without re gard to party said “Hurrah for Dempsey.” And still the wires keep (lushing around the news of batik failures and assignments without end of big busi ness concerns, and this, too, mind you, under the gold standard mon ey tcry sy'stem. Yet there qra men who put up the insane howl that the Sherman law of 1873 shouid be re pealed without the passage of a free coinage act and President Cleveland is actually thinking of calling a fall .session of congress with such end in view. The action of the seven aldermen who signed the petition to the county court praying that the steel works might be taken out of the limits of the city is absolutely unoflleial and being so it can bave no weight should the supreme court decide in favor of the town in the lake suit. The result of the latter case will deter mine the former one, In other words if the court holds that the lake property shall not be disincorporated, then the ease of the atcel works against the city will be practically thrown out and tlie steel works be again within the city limits. The uclion of the aldermen who signed away the rights of the city lacks the dignity of being done in a meeting of the council, and being unoiHcial carries no weight. Much exception is taken to the ruling of County Judge Mitchell in the case of the Colorado Coal and Iron Development Co. vs the city of Bessemer in the matter of disin corporalion, his construction of the law being that he was to decide simply whether or not the territory sought to be withdrawn came within the limits of the law which requirs that the tract of lund shall be not less thirty acres, and that it be un platted, etc. lie construec the law into meaning that his jurisdiction ex tended no farther; that it was not for lam to deeide upon the merits of the case. As the attorneys for the de fense well say, if this were all the county records would decide the mattor without briuging it into court. They will show the number of aeres in any tract of land and show whether or not it be laid out in lots and blocks. Tbe admission of Judge Mitchell tliat the defense had a strong case were not the intent of the law against them is a strong pointer for the suocess of an appeal. Tbe jndge simply ruled on what he construed to be -tbe meaning of the law and not on the merits of the case. The Injunction Dissolved. The temporary injunotion granted by Judge J. H. Voorhees restraining ths Pueblo Street Ry. Go. from taking up the fair grounds track in Be—mar has been dinolved by Judge J, 0. El well much to the disappointment of the property owners along the line. The esse may ge to the higher court*. Snperia loqAml Martin of tbe Puoblo City By. Ok teftraed the litdkuto* hmnr. aLu MMMllt* BESSEMER, COLORADO, SATURDAY, JUNE 10,1893. A LIVELY COUNCIL MEETING Tlic City Takes an Appeal. Mayor JDempsey rules with an iron hand and proves himseif the friend of the people -Lake Minnequa still in the city—Legal opin ions—Some interesting re ports -H. P. Bicknell elect ed city engineer—A new road from Bessemer to Pueblo—The appropriation act —A big crowd and an exciting time. The meeting of the city council Monday night was an unusually lively one, caused by the discussion of tho disincorporation of the steel works and lake properties from tho city limits. Tho large hull was jammod by intor ostotl spectators who came to discover for themselvoH whether or not tho council would stand by the interests of the taxpayers. It was n roprosentativo gathering of the leading citizens of the town who gave expression to their feel ings by loudly applauding every ox presHion of tho council which indicated a disposition to light tho ease. There was u hot discussion of tho question in which Mayor Dempsey roundly scorod tho seven aldermen who signed the potition for the release of the steel works from the corporation and was vociferously upplauded. Tho crowd of spectators meant light and they ex pected fight from tho council which was finally prevailed upon to carry tho lake case up. Tho annual report of tho city clerk was read and showed receipts of $25, 131,07. On motion of Jackson the re port was received, filed and concurred in. Tlio finance committoo reported us follows: Warrants outstanding Juno 1, 1892, $18,131,12. Warrants drawn from Juno 1, 1892 to Juno 1, 1893, $25,408,89. Total $48,543.01. Warrants paid for fiscal year $24,001.28. Warrants out standing Juno 1, 1893, $19,541.73. Ife ceivod from treasurer, $07.94, Receiv ed from city clerk from Juno Ist to June Ist $25,99*1.07. Total $20,019.01. Warrants paid Juno 1,1892 to June 1, 1893, $21,001.28. Interest on same $2,042.32. Cash on hand $5.11 On motion of Kirk report wus re ceived and placod on file. The question of establishing a grade on Abriendo avenue was brought up by Fisher and after seme discussion was on motion of Kirk laid over. Judge Willauer roported having bad twelve persons bofore him for May and had collected $39.40. On motion of Jackson received. Tho appropriation bill for tho ensuing year was road, incorporated into an ordinance, passsd first and second read ings and put on final passage. (The ordinance enn be found elsewhere in this issue) A resolution was read to the effect that hereaftor all city warrants draw ton per cent interest per annum from the time of presentation for payment. This was done as a matter of form to protect the banks handling the warrants. Fisher thought the law allowed only eight per cent but liis objection was overruled and the resolution carried. Tho throe irrigators will hereafter work separately on eight hour shifts, thereby saving tbe powor on the water works by gradually drawing off the wutor instead of making a run on it all at once. Hermun & Shloss obtained permis sion to pile stone and sand on the street while building a basement under their store. Hose Co. No. 2 asked for a bell for their station. On motion of Jackson referred to fire and water committee with power to act. A letter from O. W. Mallaby was read requesting that tho council take measures to keep horses and cattlo from roaming at largo about tho city. On motion of Kirk referred to police committee. Mrs. Dr. Tucker and Mre. W. 8. Kelt'ner, president of the Helping Hand, had a letter read stating that that in stitution bad been discontinued and they thunked the city for past favors in the way of monthly stipends. County Attorney Saulsberry was present in the interest of the county commissioners who wished Kush street, Pueblo, opened up via the Pueble machine shops, under the D. & R. G. lly., and up to the Dunforth school. The united efforts of the county, the D. AR. G. and the cities of Bessemer and Pueblo could open up this valu able roadway, once the old Santa Fo trail, and ho was instructed to say it should be done. On motion of Jackson referred to street and bridge com mittee to consult with similar com mittee from Pueblo and the county commissioners, and report. Mayor Dempsey called on Attorney Lennard for a statement, of the cases of tho C. F. A I Co. and the C. C. & I. D. Co. vs the city. Mr. Lennard went on to cite the fajts as heretofore stated in these columns. He, in con junction with Mosers McAliney and Arrington had prepared what they considered a strong case but before they oould bring their case before the court counsel for plaintiff preeeated a dis claimer from the oounoil of Bessemer signed by seven of the members, and there was nothing left to do but drop the defense for the tins. In the oase of the dieinoorporation of the lake the court ruled adversely but he felt con fident of auooeoa if the oaae were car ried up. Mayor Dempsey then narrated the circumstances of the oaae aad said that the queer action of the eonnoil had “knocked tbe props’' from under tho eanooof tho dtp. A Merman leehiun mIMMh m. h. m e ;penses. He condemned tho aider ; men for tboir disloyalty and declared their action strange in the face of the fact that thoy had all instructed him to j procure council to fight the case. Leithoml had au explanation to make: Ho thought tho mayor was , mistaken in saying that tho council wus unanimous in wanting to contest. Mayor Dempsey quickly retorted that ho wi.Bnot mistaken. He then scored the recalcitrant members of tho council ; and said it looked very much ns if thr council wus working in tho interests of [ the C. F. & I. Co. and not of the town. ; At this the crowd applauded wildly and i : Alderman Fisher got excited. Ho de nied the charge. Ho was therein the j interest of tho first ward and not in the : interest of any company. A cross lire J between himself and tho mayor was I indulged in in which the mayor said that Fisher lmd told a falsehood, and the latter calling on Miles for proof, the mayor said he was in tho same box A'derman JacKsen jumped up and de clared it looked as if tho C. F. & I Co. owned seven uldormon and tho city ownod one. -This pointed remark added oil to tho ilro croated by the discussion and tho spectators showed their approval by long and loud hand clapping and cheering. Attornoy Arrington was then called on for an opinion regarding an appeal and expressed himself as certain that tho ruling of Judgo Mitchell would he reversed in a higher court. To him the construction placed upon tho law by tho county court was absurd and would uot bo sustained if the case wero carried up. Ilis statement was well recoived. The mayor then asked tho pleaouro of the council regarding an appeal. Leit hend said he could not see tho policy of sponding perhaps 8500 In fighting tho lake case when that property was paying only about S2OO per year in taxes. Milos said that if it was tho wish of tho people to appeal the case ho would second Jackson’s motion to appeal. The mayor asked for an un qualified socond to the motion which Miles gave and received some coinfort from tho applause of tho spectators. The vote on tho nppoal stood us follows: Ayes, Jackson, Miles, Fisher, and Kirk. Nays, Loithoad, Martin, Kellner and Pannobnker. The mayor voted aye and amid an up roarouß time. Jackson moved that the city attorney bo instructed to carry the case to tho supremo court, and a recess was taken. After recess tho regular routine of business was taken up. Miles moved to eloct I*. O. Gaynor city engineer. Jackson moved to eloct H. I*. Bick nell. Bicknell was elected on fust ballot. Miles moved that the city attorney be instructed to draw lip an ordinance regulating the pay of tho city scavenger and to stop the Puoblo scavenger from operating in Bessemer; carried. He also culled on Murshul Shay for a report con cerning instructions givon him to ferret out any parties soiling liquors in the city without license. Tho marshal said he hud visited the places where liquor was said to bo sold but he found none. By request of Fisher the city attorney assisted by tho mayor expluined the circumstances regarding the payment of costs by those interested in hnving the injunction served restraining the Pueblo City Ry. Co. from roinoviug the fairgrounds track. Adjourned. Restrictions Not Removed. The statement made in the Chieftain to the effect that the restrictive clause had been removed from four lots with in a block of the city hall, and that a couple of saloons would be built forth with is entirely without foundation. Such a report hus beon circulating for several weeks but no attention was given to it and tho rumor iB not strengthened by giving it publicity in the Chieftain. The Indicator took occasion to in terview the local officers of the Colo rado Coal and Iron Development Co. on the subject, Messrs C. K. Mcllarg, O. M. Ladd and J. L. Beaman, who gave a fiat denial to the report. Those gentle men stated that neither the C. F. & I. Co. nor the C. F. &I. Co. have considered the proposition of removing restrictions from any Dossemer property and that the rumor concerning the restrictive clause to the lots under dis cussion was absolutely without founda tion. This positivo denial should settle Hie matter. Thoy stated, however, that it is possible thero aro a few lots in n certain ten-acre tract out. west of the oity hall where the prohibitive measure does not maintain, but if such is the case it is very strange that such lets were not discovered long ago. ORDINANCE NO. 74. An ordinance providing for the annual appropriation for the fiscal year beginning June x, 1893. R« U ordained by the City Council ol the City of Bessemer: Sec. I. That for the purpose of defraying all necessary expense* anil liabilities of the City of Bessemer fur the fiscal year begin ning Juno Ist, 139), amt ending May list 1894, there Is hereby appropriated out of any mono;.* In the treasury of the City of Bes semer, not otherwise appropriated the fol lowing sums of money for tha objects and purposes herein provided. First, Salaries •*,000.00 Hccond, Streets and Bridges 3,500.00 Third. Contlgcnt fund 2,800.00 Fourth. Klro 800.00 rrrth. Water * 4,100.00 BUth, Light* 9MM Seventh. Irrigating, 1,000.00. Eighth, Printing and Elections 600.00! Ninth, Interest 1,600.00 i l'enth, Indebtedness 4,000.00 U.Mt.OO Passed and approved this sth d»y of June, A. D.tssa J. K. DIKHIY Attest: Mayor B.F. JoureaoN, S VBA pubHo«tSn C June 10,1898. STEEL WORKS ADDITION P A ors 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, LAND COMMISSIONER. Graham-JVescott Bloch. iJ— —- PER LET ICE CREAM Every Day in the Week. The best that can be made. Also Ice Cream Soda and all Other Regular Small Drinks. H. P.ERLET, Evans and Summit IF YOU WANT TO BE HEALTHY STOP AT DAISY BAKER Y ANDGETA LOAF OF THAT FINE HOMEMADE BREAD We have on baud nl nil time* the beet Ice Cream and nil kinds of cold drinks to be bad in Bessemer. We use nothing but the best material and nre not afraid to guarantee any thing we sell. THE DAISY BAKERY, 1204 Routt Avenue. Notice of Stilt*. Notice is hereby given that I hat e this (lay sold my stock of groceries to Joe Mellor and John Morris, known as the firm of Mellor & Mor ris. All persons knowiug them selves to be indebted to me will please call and settle accounts by June 20, 1893. Dated June 7, 1893 John Yates. Public Notice. Messrs Mellor & Morris beg to inform the inhabitants of Bessemer and neighborhood that having bought the stock of groceries of Mr. John Yates, they are now pre pared to offer the best groceries at the lowest possible prices, and hope by a strict attention to business to merit a share of the patronage of the public. Respectfully yours, Mellor & Morris. Wanted To buy aSO or 100 ft. front suitable for residence. Will pay casli, but lets must be cheap. Inquire at this office. Are You Thinking Of what you ought to take with yeu when you go to the World's Fair? Y#ur outfit will not be complete without a oottlc of Chamberlain's Colic, Cb#lcrn and Diarrha-a Remedy. The change •i' water and diet, fatigue und irregular habits, during your trip are almost ccrtnin to produce diarrhoea and a dose or two of this remedy may save you serious sickness and perhaps much ex pense. Procuro it before leaving home. 25 and 50 cent bottles for a ale by W. P. Swartz. Latest in “World's Fair Rates Commencing June 1st. and until further notice the Denver* Rio Grande will sell tickets at the following rates in connection with the Burlington or Rock Island routes, viz.: Chicago and return $37.50 good until Nov. 15. St. Louis and return $32 good until Nov. 15th. Kansas City, Oraaba or an} Missouri river common point and return $20 good thirty days, and com mencing June 5th and until further j notice we will sell one way tickets 1 as follows: Chicago $21.75. 8t Louis $19. Kansas City Omaha or any Mis souri River oornmon point $12.50. Make note of this important point, ▼in.: We run more trains and give bet ter oervioo than all roads running into Pueblo combined. Just think of it, leenre Pueblo this morning, arrive in Obama same night, Chicago or 8t. Louie the next afternoon. Only one eight eat Pueblo to Chicago or 8t. Louie, 8>bH tickets ead Pullman ac- Grand Union Ticket Agt. HAMILTON&CO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Estimates Furnished Call at No. GOO Arreya, Bessemer. Notice of Election. Notice Is hereby given that tbe annual meeting of tbe stockholders of Tbe Bessemer Building and Loan association will be held at the city hall, Bessemer, Monday, June, 19, 1893, at 8 o'clock p. in. for the elec tion of directors and officers, and the transaction of any other busi ness that may come before tin meeting. Jas. Iv. Dempsey President F. P. Jlawke Secretary. Great Rock Island Route THE EAST. BEST D1NIHB GBR SERVICE IK THE WOBID. iubu l mrj As long a time ns Duvlil reigned, so lone I ms tin* ( lilcago, Hock Island A Pacific Hall ••vny run trains westward from Chicago. Tlic Hock Island I- foremost in mio|>thit any mlvnntnee calculated to improve speed nnil it! vo Hint luxury, safety and com for' that popular patronage demands. Its equip ment is thoroughly ooinplete with vestltmled trains, magnificent dining cars, sleepers and clinlrs eoaelies, all the most elegant, and 01 recently Improved patterns. Faithful and cupnhle management and polite, honest service from employes an important Items. They are a double duty— to toe i oiapuny and to travelers—and it is sometimes a task ditlleuli of accomplish ment. Passengers on this line will tlnd Huh cause for complaint on that ground. The Importance of thU Fine can lie hettet understood If a short lesson iu geography bi now recited. What is the great Eastern termini of tin Hock Island Kolito?—Chicago. What othei suti-Kastern termini has if.’—l’eoria. T< what important points does it run trains h the Northwest ?—St. Paul and Minneapolis Minnesota and Watertown and Sioux Palls, Dakota. To what Important Iowa mid Ne braska points—Pc* Moines. Davenport, Iowa Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska. Does it touch other Missouri Hlver |H»ints? — Yes; St. Joseph, Atchison, Ijonvcnworth and Kansas City. Does It run trains totho Foothills ol the ltoeky Mountains?—Yes; to Denver t-'olorado Springs and Pueblo, solid vest Hail ed from Chicago. <an Important cities 01 Kansas be reached by the Hock Island Houto?—Yes; Its capital city. Topeka* and n full hundred others In all directions In tin State, anil It Is the only road running to and Into the new lands opened for settlement in the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Hescrvation. It will thus qe seen that aline tapping, ns the Hock Island does,such a varied territory, has much in that regard to commend tt to travelers, as all connections nre sure on the Hock Island, and passengers enn rely on n speedy journey, as over a bulk of the system through t rains ait* rim, and It has become, and rightly too, the popular Fine A very popular train on the Chicago, Hook Island A Pacific Hallway leaves Denver, Pueblo and Colorado Springs, -hilly. It Is called "The World's Fair Special,” Ison-' Jay out, ami passengers arrive at Chicago early the second morning. The Hock Island has become a popular Colorado Line, and the train above referred to Is Vestlbuled, and carries the Hock Island excellent Dining Car Service. For full particulars as to tickets, maps, rates, apply to any coupon ticket nfllco In the united, Canada or Mexico, or address: JNO. SEBASTIAN, Genl.Tkt. * Pass. Agt., Chicago, III. E. ST. JOIINcOenl. Manager, Chicago, III. J. U. KELLER, Agent. Pueblo, Colorado. Cut Rates. To Chicago ami return S3O. St Louis and return $22, Kansas City and all , Missouri river points S2O. Above are ; round trip rates via the Missouri Pacific. Secure your tickets at the Union avenue bridge depot or Union depot. Wm. Hooo. P. & T. A.. Tel. 191. Quick Service to Cripple Creek via Santa Fe. Commencing May Ist the Santa Fe route and Colorado Midland will put on a new tram for Cripple Creek, leaving Union Depot at 6:10 a. m. and Stone depot at 6:80 a. m. arriving at Cripple Creak at noon. Round trip tlcketa at reduction are en aale at Union Depot ail beta Fealty oflfao IS? H. Union SfWfc. *• V-**?,. a • SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES Are individual safes constructed of selected dr ill proof steel and designed for the safe keeping of Diamonds, Jewelry, Ab stracts, Deeds, Insurance policies, Money and Valuables or 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 know • . ; n An ei : these safes by applying to this department of the— AMERICAN - - NATIONAL - - BANK T. \V. LYN( 'I I. CORKER OK EVANS AND SUMMIT AVENUES, BESSEMER. Dealer in Wall Paper Points, Oil, Gloss, Varnish and Brushes PAINTING, Paper Hanging, Kalsominingund Glazing done on * Short Notice, sill IVork Guaranteed. This is a Victor Year STICK si FIX IN THIS. “Ali of Pueblo’s best riders use Victor Bicycles’’ “Why?” “Because VICTORS are best” i Overman Wheel Co. VICTOR MAKERS ROBERT GERWI NG, Manager. 3 1 2 Santa Fe Ave. I D R. Greene. D.F. Urmy, vict «ns. N. D. Hinsdale. ca*mi»r, PUEBLO NATIONAL BANK. PUEBLO, . - COLORADO. PAID UP CAPITAL, $250,000. KOI<EIGN AND DOMMSTIC KXCII.WdK BOUGHT AND SOLD. I DIRECTORS. I James L. Lombard. T. \. sionn.. Thos. Thompson. r w • 11 T). r. tJrmy. J. K. Sbireman. 1). It. Greeno. j. Barns. N. I). Hinsdale. J. J. LANG DON. lias for sale Ihe Tour best inside lots in Bessemer at leav down prices and on very easy terms, it HI sett one or all. See me at once. Abstracts of Title prompty furnished. No 8 East C Street. Bock of Western National Bank, Pueblo. HEADLIGHT FEED STORE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed. Headquarters for Natural Ice. E. G. DONLEY, Proprietor. TELEPHONE 185. Between Union and Victoria Avenues. WORMLEY AND MURTHA’S PuebLO Steam Laundry. Corner of Union avenue and C street. Everything neat and clean and all work first class. Goods called for and delivered to any psfrt of Pueblo or Bessemer. WORMLEY & MURTHA, Propr’s. I fIAAAIHAfI I I )oesn t , l Ul ’tc any prices, but be permits iJlUvvI M*\ n 0 ° nCt ° e ' VC ,norc Groceries an( l Provisions for n BIG I DOLLAR than lie does.. He is in THE 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, Ci gars, Tobaccos, Cider and a variety of goods kept at a first-class stand, go to— JOHN H. PLEIS, Corner Union and Arrtkndo Avenues, PUEBLO, COLO. Wanted: Second-Hand Goods. I will pay the HIGHEST PRICE for Second-hand Bedsteads, Chairs, Tables and Spring Mattresses. Also for Heating and Cook Stoves and Queensware. Will buy, Sell or Trade. J. E. HOYT, 118 SOUTH UNION AVE.. PUEBLO, COLO TUCHOCK BROS., MERCHANT TAILORS, * 119 West 2nd Street. Y Mill Largest and Finest Stock of Domestic \_jportmi IVooitus in tke FIVE CENTS