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VOL. 4, NO. 19.
You Lave lost money by not trading with Moses & Allen Look nt the price under each article. They are money savers every one of them. 00 lbs granulated sugar $O.OO 00 lbs large white uuw potatoes 12.50 .'0 lbs granulated sugar $1 00 100 lbs Bhogo dour, $1.75 100 lbs Columbine Hour $1.85 1 lb Gold eretnery butter 25 5 lbs gold creamery butter $1.25 1 lb ranch butter 17 12c. 2doz ranch eggs 35c. 1 doz state eggs 15c. 1 bottle 2 oz Price's vanilla extract 25c 1 bottle 2 oz Dr. Price’s lemou extrac 15 2 bunches lettuce sc. 2 bunches radishes 5 c. 1 doz One lemons 25 2 caus salmon 25 1 can Price’s baking powder 80c 1 can Anderson jam 15c 8 lbs good Mocha and Java $l.OO 2 lbs Itoynl Mocha and Java 75c 1 lb our best Imperial tea 65c 1 lb our beat Japan 65 1 lb Silver Leaf Japan 65c. Our teas arc flue drawers, make an elegant cold drink. Try them once, you will use no others. Do not pay two prices for one ar ticles when you can buy goods at these prices. Wo are to save you money. Hoses & Allen 202 South Union Ave. Cor. # oth and Bantu Fe Ave. CUT RAILWAY TICKETS. I will give you lower Railway or Steam ship rates to any part of the Uni ted States or Europe than can be had through any one else in Southern Colo *»• 10. Call on or write me for rates aud will furnish you with nil dusired infor- T Ation. C. L TINGLE, Ticket Broker, Pueblo. South Union Ave, near B Street. R. A. CROSSMAN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Criminal Law a Specialty. Prompt Attention Olvcn to Pension Claim* Room 1 over Postofllcc. PUKiino. W. L. Uiiaham, Chan. E. Haxton, Prealdeut. Cashier. WESTERN NATINAL BANK, Union Ave* and C Street, Pueblo, Colorado Authorised Capital, - - ta'C.OOO. Paid In Capital, - - - 50,000. Surplus, - - - ■ - - 175.001. Full Set ol Teeth fur 95.00 AT DR. STONE’S DENTAL PARLORS, Rooms 304-5-0-7, Central Block. Bridge and Crown work done. Also all work known to modern dentistry. Price* asoaable and all work Warranted. W^ , »'.. II ".'L I I I J1"I - I WEST BROS. Buy and Bell tailirt, Cupel! Certain, Glasswm Queenswar Tinware, etc. aiOREBT PRICE PAID FOR BECOND HAND GOODS. ,M UNION AVENUE. - - NEAR BRIDGE F. H. STEWART & CO. Mojnrfacturara of mud dealer, in Biggies aid Wagons, W... ' Hge PSS a IMMM AM.. lOa-lOSVWTOaiA AVC.. . nmmm Wo, ••*. PUEBLO. COLO J^^ajCHAIUBON, 10m, The Bessemer Indicator. •The Indicator. P. BYRNES, Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Saturday nt Bessemer. Colo. Entered nt the Postoflleo at Pueblo, Colo., ns second class imitlcr. Price of Subscription. Oiib Year $1 00 Six .Months 60 Cihpplk Creek sees lioformidable rival in Turkey Crock. The gold excitement started a few weeks ago at the latter place Ims suddenly collapsed. Bessemer city warrants are cashed at their face value and draw ten per cent interest. Pueblo city warrants are discounted from three to five per cent and draw eight per cent interest. Silver is quoted at and wheat is wortli only G 3 cents in Chicago/ There is a sympathy be tween silver and wheat and there should be strong sympathy between the miner and the farmer. The general reputation of the steel works will not be improved by in creasing the number of colored work ingmen, nor will the high standard of intelligence among the employes be augmented. Bessemer views with ill concealed discontent the influx of colored laborers into tbo works. Some interesting development in the cases of the disincorporation of the steel works and Lake Minnequa will come up before the council at the meeting next Monday evening. A statement by one of the aldermen setting forth a few facts not here tofore published will be read, and a sufficient voting majority will be had to pledge itself to a restoration of the ‘ lake property to Ihe city aud a con- , sequent fight for the return of the steel works. The statement will be « interesting and may cause some men to rise iu the estimation of the peo ple while others will full. There is a general complaint of hard limes from all sections of the country caused in a great measure by the withdrawal of money from cir culation. A few banks failed. The : public became alarmed and in many , places depositors withdrew their i money from the hunks and locked it 1 up. The banks in turn fearing a * run have to a great exteut called in * the loans and refuse iu a measure to j assist business men. The effect is j following the cause, aud close times i are following the contraction of 1 currency. There is no real occasion j for a panicky feeling aud the sooner the people restore confidence in the banks the sooner money can be ob tained and the cry of hard times will be hushed. - ] The much used and much abused ! Colorado burro is destined to still . further hardships. Lieutenant Peary has resolved to take a large pack of < burros with him to aid in the ex plorations of the polar regions, and a shipment of the “Rocky Mountain Canaries” is now flying across the Missippi valley sn route to New York where they will at once be placed aboard the ship bound for the frozen North. The noted explorer thinks them more available than dogs, the}' to be utilized in the carrying of heavy packs, and besides one will be killed occasionally lo furnish food for what dogs it will be necessary to take along. When the deep snow is encountered the burro will be mounted as snowshoes which will be a novel sight. Colorado willl keep a close watch on the conduct of its humble representatives in the region of ice and snow and priva tions. That Notorious Petition. It has come to the knowledge of the InDiOAtoR that three members of the city council were led by Alderman Pannebaker into signing the petition to the county court praying for the re lease of the eteel works from the cor poration limits under a promise that the petition would be shown to Mnyor Dempsey before given to the plaintiff. Last week it wua published in theoo columns that Aldorman Flaher and Kirk had been betrayed, and it now transpires that Alderman Miles was fooled In the earns way. In fact the Indicator has been informed that Mr. Miles even sought to obtain the atrange document from Mr. Pannebaker tailing him that he wanted It to inform the mayor of the contents, but that it waa flt-ud him. The mayor would he duly acquainted with tha eoatanta AMarwsn^PiwbeHr^ 2lwM 'iimfc mg MAh BESSEMER, COLORADO, SATURDAY, JUNE 17,1893. Will Ask For a Franchise. Manager 11. E. Chubbuck is anxious to have the loop nwulo at the eteol works end of the streot. car line and will eek a franchise from the city council. It would be convenient to the public to have the line extended down Furnace street and Northern avenue, connecting with tho Evans avenue car line. Changed the City’s Accounts. Treasurer C. L. Funk liaa transferred the accounts of tho city from the Central National to the Pueblo Na tional bnnk whore all city warrants will bo cashed. The change wuh made be cause of the refusal of the former bank to cash warrants, il having a n sufficiency on hand. Fined Five Dollars. Wednesday overling Emmet Nuckolls, jr. solicitor for tho firm of Nuckolls &. Tucker drove up in front of D. L. Eynou's meal market and jumping out went into the shop leaving his horse standing in tho street without the hitch weight lieing attached. Marshal Shay came along and inviting Mr. Nuckolls to got in, drove to the city hall where Judge Willauer fined the driver $5 for leaving liis horse unhitched. The officers hud been keeping a look out for Mr. Nuckolls for some time, as this was net his first offence of the kind. The Case Dismissed. Through instructions Murshal Shay and Policeman Price arrested last Tues day a teamster and two line men in the employ of tho Pueblo City Bail way company for removing poloß and wire from tho street car line out by the fuir grounds. The mon were released on their own recognizance and tho hearing sot for Wednesday night. Just before the timo set for the hearing Justice Willauer received information to the effect that tho poles and fixtures where the men were oporating wore outside tho city limits and he at once dis missed the cuse. Annual Election. Tho annual election of the Bessemer Building and Loan association will bo held at the city hall next Monday evening. The nominees for oilicors are as follows: President—J. K. Dempsey; vice presi dent—D. W. Hartnett; secretary—F. P. Hawke; treasurer—C. E. Saxton. Di rectors—M. N. Harris, W. G. Davis, J. V. Loithead, E. H. Harris, W. L. Bees, T. W. Lynch, G. W. French, W. H. Hubbard, P. J. Connor, Charles Cox and James Cromar. Nino directors will bo chosen from the twelve nominees. A Criticism Editor Indicator: Does it not seem strange that a representative newspaper liko the Chieftaiu,should treat so silently the M. E. con ference which met in Trinidad last week? A great niuny of tho readers of the Chieftaiu were particularly interested in this meeting, but if auy information was desired, a Denver paper hml to bo consulted. I wonder whv this conspicious ' absence of any tidings? Certainly ■ not because the Chieftain Is op- 1 posed to publishing church news ' for see the edition of Sunday Junell. 1 Yours truly, “Bessemer.” Concert aud Bull. Minnequa Lodge No. 45. A. O. U. W. will give a grand concert and ball at the pavilion. Lake Minnequa, next Monday evening. Superior arrangements h.ive been made to have an exceptionly good time. Special cars will be in waiting to whirl the people to the lake, and first class music will be furnished by mem bers of the lodge. The members are hard at work and the various com mittees are leaving nothing undone to make this one of the happiest occasions ever gotten up by the Minnequa lodge of Bessemer, so noted for its social departures. Don’t miss this grand con cert and ball out by the inoon-lit lake so cool, so refresing, so beautiful. C. A. Farlow of 1007 Claremont avenue, this city, uses the Standard Slate paint for shingles and metal roofs. It is fire proof and durable, aud he guarantees satisfaction. Next Monday evening Minnequa Lodge No. 46 will give a grand con cert and ball out at the lake, the music to be furnished by members of the lodge. The entertainment promises to bo of more than usual interest and a good time will be had. Q. 8. H. James, piano teacher and tuner made a call at this office yes terday and said that he was pre pared to give lessons on the piano and de piano tunning in this city. Prof. James was organist at Holy Trinity church, mesa, and is highly spoken of. He can be found at 309 Broadway. For several weeks past D. W. Barkley has been planning to start a new paper in Bessemer, the Bes semer Tribune. After a thorough canvass of the situation Mr. Barkley has concluded that the present is not a favorable time to Inaugurate an enterprise of this kind. He has not abandoned tho idea, but has \ ost poned starting the Tribune until the business outlook is more favorable. The boat raoe between City Clerk Johnson and Marshal Shay last Saturday morning was a laughable affair. Johnston is said to be an expert but he lost an oar at the start •ad Meandered about, splashing the Uk* • whale while hie jleefal rtmd *>*> «*• turf. Maa- AN EXPLANATION. Three Aldermen Set Themselves Right. BexHt-inor, Colo., June 18, 1802. Editok Indicator:— Wf, the pindcrslgued Aldermen of Hch seiner In view of the appeal taken in the I.uko case, desire tunny tlmt we not only voted for Hindi un appeal, hut heartily wish that It may he uucccHxful In the upper court. It Is true that wc signed a petition Iu the N’.uel Works case, but we did t>o under a total iiilsrcpreHcutMtion of fact*, and of the me to which tho petition win to lie put. 1 hat wu erred there chii he no douht, hut e onre reliably advised by attorneys that If thoGlty iHHUceeHsful 111 the Lake ease, the proceedings taken In the Steel Works mat ter will be of no force and cflveL whatever, and It was for thin reason that we voted to take tha appeal In thu Lake ease. We have therefore done all that eould lie done to rectify our mistake, and wo make th s ex planation In order that the citizen* of Res seinor may undendund Hint our notion, though erroneous, wan not taken lutentlon ally to benollt the Colorado Fuel <tr Iron Co. nt the expense of the town. .1. E. JIII.ES L. W. Kirk SO I. FIHIIEK It is only fair to the gentlemen who make tho nliovo explanation to urge that Inas much us they ure frank enough to admit their mistake in the signing of the petition, that they lie given fair play and that their statement lie given due weight by the public. “It Is human to err," and among consldurutu citizens It Is also human to forgive. The misrepresentation of facts alluded to refer to Alderman rnnnehuker’S action in regard to the purpose of the petition. Ills offence L greater than was nt first supposed and he should be railed upon to show why he utilised his otllclal capacity Li working against the Interests of the city. J From now on you will find ice cream at the Bessemer bakery every day That ice cream at the Bessemer bakery is second to none. Take your girl and fill up. A quart of Bessemer bakery ice cream and a piece of cake just the thing for a Sunday dinner. I)r. C. A. Gregg, dentist, parlors over Motherwav’s book store. He will do the best work iu his line nt reasonable prices. Manager J. \V. Lockin of the Grand opdra house has done well in securing the groat comedy, “O’Dowd’s Neighbors' uoxt Friday night. It is one of the fun niest plays on the road. The convention of the Southern District of the Colorado W. C. T. U. will be held on Friday and Saturday afternoon and evening of next week, in tho now People's tubernacle. A very interesting programme has been pro pared. Q. S. 11. James, late organist of the Holy Trinity Church of Pueblo, is prepared to give piano lessons and do piano tuning iu Bessemer. Address him at 30!) Broadway. For the Ladies. Black silk mitts, black and colored kid gloves, corsets ull colors, all kinds. Fast black hose, from 3 pair for 25c to finest silk. Underwear. Lawns, melt ings, ribbonp, etc. Bessemer Mer cantile Co. Bead large display udv. Attention Men. Wo carry a complete assortment of silk shirts, white and colored dress shirts, neck wear, suspenders, light and heavy weight Balbriggan underwear, correct style and fit guurenteed Bes semer Mercantile Co. Bead large dis play adv. Notice. Anything wanted in the line of scavenger work will be attended to by leaving orders at tho city hall •r corner of Box Elder and Summit avenue. Martin Hughes, City Scavenger. When Your Eye Strikes This Stop and Read It. The famouß Hot Springs of Arkansas, world renowned for their healing qual ities and as a health and pleasure re sort, can be reached quickly in Pullman Buffet Bleeping cars from Kansas City and Coffeyville via the Missouri Pacific railway Sufferers from “la grippe, influenza, rheumatism or kindred dis eases, cau obtain relief by a visit tc this famous sanitarium. Cash! Cash!! "Will pay spot cash for residence lots in Bessemer. Must be 80 or IOO ft. front. Call at the Indicator office. ORDINANCE NO. 74- An ordinance providing for the annual appropriation for the fiscal year beginning June i, 1893. Be ltordalned by the City Connell of the City or Bessemer! Sec. I. Ttmt Tor the purpose of defraying all neoraurjr expense! and liabilities or the City of Bessemer for the fiscal year begin ning June 1st. 1891. and ending May Hst MM. there la hereby appropriated oat or any money In the treasury or the City of Bes semer, not otherwise appropriated the fol lowing sums of money for the objects and purposes herein provided. First, Salaries IMOMt Baeond, Streets and Bridget UMOJO Third, Contingent fund f.MMO MS ttk 4m* at M, '^.aswsiS#^ i 'v STEEL WORKS ADDITION F' or=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- Il 'esco/t Block. CS PER LET ICE CREAM Every Day in tlie Week. The best that can be made. Also Ice Cream Soda and all Other Regular Small Drinks. H. PERLET, Evans and Summit IF YOU WANT TO BE HEALTHY STOP AT DAISY BAKERY ANDGETA LOAF OF THAT FINE HOMEMADE BREAD Wc have on baud at all times the best lee Cream und all kliulh of cold drinks to he had In Bessemer. We use nothing hut the best material and arc not afraid to guarantee any thing we sell. THE DAISY BAKERY, 1 204 Routt Avenue. Notice of Sill*. Notice is hereby given that I have this day sold my stock of groceries to Joe Mellor and John Morris, known as the firm of Mellor & Mor ris. All persons knowing them selves to be indebted to me will please call und settle accouuts 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 possihlo prices, aud hope by a strict attention to business to merit a share of the patronage of the public. Respectfully yours, Mellor A Morris. Wanted To buy a6O or 100 ft. front suitable for residence. Will pay cash, 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? Yeur outfit will not be complete without a oottlc of Chamberlain's Colic, Chelera and Diarrhaia Remedy. The change ef water and diet, fatigue an<l irregular habits, during your trip are almost certain to produce diarrhoea and a dose or two of this remedy may save you serious sickness and perhaps much ex pense. Procure it before leaving home. 25 and 50 cent bottles far sals by W. P. Swartz. Latest In "World's Fair Rates Commencing June Ist. ami until further notice the Denver A Rio Grande will tell 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 s3l good until Nov. 15th. Kansas City, Omaha or a*j Missouri river common point and return SBO good thirty days, and com mencing Juno sth and until further notice we will sell one way tickets as follows: Chicago $81.75. St Louis $18.50 Kansas City Omaha or any Mis souri River oommen point $18.50. Make note of this important point, via.: Wo rma more trains and give bet ter service than all roads running into Pnoblo combined. Just think of it, hwi Pnoblo this morning, arrive in Obama same night, Chicago or St Im* the next afternoon. Only one tills ant Pnahla to Obtoac* or St ite*. ftMoMmmand Pnlan —- HAMILTON&CO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Estimates Furnished Call at No. 800 Arreya, Bessemer. Notice of Election. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of The Bessemer Building aud 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 tlie transaction of any other busi ness that may come before th* meeting. Jas. K. Dempsey President F. P. Hawke Secretary. Great Rock Island Route " TO THE EAST. BEST OINKS GIH SERVICE IN TH, WORLD. ibs’-j ia©ss As long a time ns David reigned, so long '.■■■.« the Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Rail way run trains westward from Chicago. The Hock Island If- foremost in adopting liny advantage calculated to Improve speed and give Hint luxury, safety and comfort that popular patronage demands. Its equip ment I* thoroughly complete with vest!huled trains, magnificent dining ears, sleepers and chairs coaches, all the most elegant, and of recently improved patterns. Faithful and capable management and polite, honest service from employes are hnpurtnut Items. They arc a double duty— to the Cninpany and to travelers—anil Ills sometime* a task difficult of nccomplish ment. Passenger* on this line will find little cause for complaint on that ground. The Importance of this Lino can he bettor understood If a short lesson In geography In now recited. What Is the groat Eastern termini of tin* Rock Island Route?—Chicago. What other snh-Eastern termini has It?—Peoria. To what Important points docs It run trains to the Northwest?—St. Paul and Minneapolis. M Inni'sotu and Watertown ami Sioux Kails, D.ikoUi. To wlmt Important lowa and Ne braska paints—Re* Moines. Davenport. lowa nmuhii and Lincoln. Nebraska. Does It touch other Missouri River point*?—Yes; St. Joseph, Atchison, I**uvenworth ami Kansas City. Docs It run trains to thu Foothills ol the Rocky Mountains?—Yes; to Denver. Colorndo Springs aud Pueblo, solid v< stibul ed from Chicago. Can lni|>ortant cities of Kansu* he renehed l»y the Hock Island Route?—Yes; Its cnpltnl city. Topeka' and a full hundred others In all directions In tin* State, nnd It Is the only road running to and Into the new lands opened for settlement in tho Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation. It will thus «p> seen tlmt a Hue tapping, ns the flock Island does,such a varied territory, has much In that regard to commend it to travelers, as all connections are sure on the Rock Island, and passengers enn rely on a speedy Journey, as over a hulk of the system through trains are run, and II has become, and rightly too, the popular Line A very popular train on the Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Rnllwuv leaves Denver, Pueblo and Colorado Springs, dailv. It Is called “The World's Fair Special," Is one day out, ami passenger* arrive nt Chicago I early the second morning. The Rock Island has become a popular Colorado Line, and the train above referred to 1* Vest I biih-d, nnd carries the Rock Island excellent Dining Car Service. For full particular* ns to tickets, maps, rates, apply to any coupon ticket office In the United, Canada or Mexico, or address: JNO. SEBASTIAN. (senl.Tkt.it: Pas*. Agt., Chicago. 111. E. RT. JOHN,GenI, Manager. Chicago, 111. J. G. KKLLKH, Agent, l’ucblo. Colorado. Cut Rates. j To Chicago a»d return SBO. St Louis ! and return $22, Kansas City and all I Missouri river points S2O. Above are I round trip ratca via the Missouri i Pacific. Secure your tickets at the ! Union avenue bridge depot or Union depot. Wx. Boon. P. A T. A., T«l. 191. Quick Service to Cripple Creek via Santa Fe. Commencing May Ist the Santa Fa route end Colorado Midland will put an a now tram for Cripple Crook, leaving Union Depot »|ldß a. m. and Stone Sap»t «.*> a. m. arriving at Crtpgto Creek at noon. Round trip Met* * nsSneSen ora on wto at Mn 9mm SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES Am- individual safes consti ucted or selected dr ill 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 th® sti >ng vault of th< Ameri m Bank they afford a protection not offered by the ordinary safe. The owner of one .1 these safes enjoys the privilege of keeping valuablesin a safe place known only to himself. Any person can rent one of these sales by applying to this department of the— AMERICAN - - NATIONAL - - BANK T. \V. I.YM 'I I, CORNER OK EVANS AND SUMMIT AVENUES, BESSEMER. Dealer in Wall Pap , p 4, i nts, Oil, Gi.s , Vimnsli and Brushes PAINTING, Paper Hanging, Kalsominingand Glazing done on Short Notice, All li 'ork Guaranteed. This is a Victor Year STICK A PLY IN THIS: “All of Pueblo’s best riders use Victor Bicycles’’ “Why?” “Because VICTORS are best’’ Overman Wheel Co. VICTOR MAKERS ROBERT GERWI NG, Manager. 3 1 2 Santa Fe Ave. D. R. Greene, phis D.F. Urmy, vic. nu. N. D. Hinsdale, cashier. PUEBLO NATIONAL BANK. PUEBLO, - . COLORADO. PAID UP CAPITAL, $250,000. l-'OkEIEIN AND DOMESTIC EXC H-\ NOB BOUGHT AND SOLD. DIRECTORS. lames L. Lombard. T. A. Sloane. Thos. Thompson. l "®* or • Woodbury. IJ. F. Urmy. j. K. Shlreman. ■>. It. Greene. John J. Burns. X. D. Hinsdale. J. J. LANG DO N, Has for sale the Tour best inside lots in Bessemer a! ray down prices and on very easy terms. IVill sell one or all See me at once. Abstracts of Title prompty furnished. No 8 East C Street, Back or Western National Bonk, 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 culled for and delivered to any part of Pueblo or Bessemer! WORMLEY & MURTHA, Propr’s. ’ P. Sheeran Doesn’t quote any prices, but lie permits 1 1 I! I LI 11 j\ | no one to give more Groceries and Provisions for a BIG DOLLAR than lie does., lie is in THE LEAD and intends to stay there. Don’t ask questions, but drop in aud 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 Ahrikndo Avenues, I’UEBLO, 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 Qneensware. Will buy, Sell or Trade. J. E. HOYT, 118 SOUTH UNION AVE.. PUEBLO, COLO tuchockbros. FIVE CENTS