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DO YOU KNOW? That we art) nailing all gooth* in our many linen cheaper than uny house in the West. Do You Know We strive to cheapen your actual liv ing expense®. The necessities of life make up the grouteHt expense of living. We sell staple groceries cheaper by 20 per cent than all others. Do You Know That we can save you 3 to 20 dollars on your monthly grocer bills. That jui cash system of dealing hns proven the only CORRECT METHOD. Do You Know You can buy a splendid IJncolored Japan Tea worth Btk: te 81.00 eleswhere for 50 c juts at our stores. A line Pinhead Ounpowder Tea worth $l.OO for C 5 cents. The finest Oolong English breakfast teas fer 05 cents. Do You Know - That the line of tine soffees handled by us is increasing our sales most rapidly. Think of the tineat, an ().<! Java and Mocha combination at 2 lbs for *l.OO. Do You Know That our Columbine Hour is lietter than ever. Try a sack. It will please you. »Ve guarantee every sack we sell at *1.85 cwt. We have n tine new flour for sl.soewt. Do You Know That in fruits we are helping you? We sell at wholesale prices. Come and examine our stocks. They are equal to any carried by the commission merchants Our prices are the lowest. Do You Know We have a few dozen MASON FRUIT JAKS left which we're selling at manufactures pricee. 00c will buy 1 dozen pint jars. 70c will buy I dozen quart jars !M)c will buy 1 dozen % K*l- jars. Do You Know we carry the most complete stock of GROCERIES AND FRUITS in the city? Or Do You Know WHERE TO FIND US? Moses & Allen aoz H. Union Ave. Cor. Sixth anil Shiilh Fe. TWO STORES. EVERYBODY Who wishes to keep well in hot wcath •r should use our it is miulc only from pure distilled mil tillered Water. Delivered in Red Wagons only TELEPHONE 202 R. A. CROSSMAN, ATTORNEY AT--LAW, Criminal Law a Specialty. Prompt Attention Given to Pension Chi I him Koom I over Postoltlcc. I’liKlil.o. H. L.Graham, Oiiah. K.haxton, Preside at. Cashier. WESTERN NATINAL BANK, Unlou Ave. and C Street, Pueblo, Colorado Authorized Capital, - Paid In Capital, - - SO,OOO. Surplus, 17H.0H1. WEST BROS. Huy and Hell Mlart, Cirpels CirtLiJ, Olisswire Queens war l'inwavc, etc. HIQHKHT PRICK PAID Fell SECOND HAND GOODS. 09 UNION AVEMUE. - - HEAR BRIDGE F. H. STEWART & CO. Manufacturers of and dealers in Buggies and Wagons, AgriculturallmplemeutMof All Kludn. Wtg on and Buggy Harm)**. • oa-IM a. UNION AVE.. IOE-104 VK3TON.A AV«., tELENHONE NO. 111. PUEBLO. COLS Savings Bank. The Pueblo Having* bank a popular " .natitution with th* people of Beaaemer, v and it deeerve* to be. It to * good bank c to patronize ami the man, woman and * ihHdran of the jlty are faat finding it f •uL l ”. . i Notice. anything wanted!* th# .'line of ecavf ;tger work will be attended to by leaving order# at ib« •lly tUli or corner of Rov Elder end fan wit citf ammmtm. Sari’S The Bessemer Indicator. Tin- Indicator. P. BYHNES, Editor and Proprietor. PuhlUhed Kvery Hal unlay at l»e**einer.Colo. Rule red hi the PoAtottlee at Pueblo, Colo., as 1 Hecoiid clan* matter. Prick of Subscription. One Year $1 iXi Hlx Months 6b Coi.oit ado's mcrcanlilo trade is fast centering in Hi Louis, that city having shown itself a true friend to silver. i Tiikkk will he no unconditional i repeal. Het this down uh one of the i reitaiutics of the year of Our Lord, one thousand eight hundred aud ninety 111 roc. * Tiie silver miners of Colorado are working away with a will, confident that the silver advocates in congress will stand hy their cause aud see that the scheme of the goldbugs will hr frustrated. Tiik Pueblo Star is to be sold October I 12 to satisfy u mortgage. The In * mcAToit expresses the hope that the Star will he able to meet its financial 1 ohligalons aud continue to shine in the world of ncwspaperdniu. W. Kay Simpson, the hero of Delta ’ who killed two hank robbers and ' murderers on the 7th iust is an ex ception to the rule. He is a worthy citizen as well as a cool and courageous young man, and yet he parts his name > in the middle. i Tiik Central National hank of Pueblo i is taking up its certificates of deposit flue March 1 as fast as presented, pay ing the agreed rate of interest, six per cent, oil the same up to dale. The Central is thus showing itself to he in good tlnancial condition. Hi ns will he received to-day hy Dr. P. R. Thumbs for the construction of the new addition to the state insane asylum for which an appropriation was made by the lute general assembly. The addition will lie two stories high aud 55x142 feet. It is badly needed. Dynamiters got in their dastardly work hi Han Francisco a few nights ago hy blowing up a hoarding house and destroying several lives, the result of tlie agitation of some local question. The law abiding citizens are highly iudignaut and will earn the respect of the country at large hy stamping out red handed anarchy in its iucipiency. The blood and thunder talk of socialists is bearing its fruit and the fiends who instigate destruction and murder must lie vigorously dealt with. A Dknvku man and wife fought a 1 draw battle over n discussion of politics in which tiie husband used his lists while his better three-fourths brought a poker into requisition. The fracas , proved two things viz: (l) That tiie nuti suffragists are correct in instances when they claim Unit the discussion of politics nt home will kick up family rows, and (2) that tiie suffragists are coirect when they claim that a wife will not always think the same way politically as her husband Governor Wait paid his respects to a Pueblo audience Thursday night and had a rousing big attendance. The venerable governor hud on his war bridle and denounced Henry Wutterson ' of “Star eyed goddess” fame ns being u greater criminal than any ho has yet i pardoned out of the penitentiary at Canon City, his crime being the writ -1 ingnf the national democratic platforms for years past. The erring Henri had better look out lest Davis H. liberate the man eater, Mr. Alfred Packer, who might tlnd his way to the sanctum of the blue grass editor. An unarmed lunutic with the historic name of Washington entered the White - bouse the other day and created consternation by inquiring for Presi dent Cleveland who iffe said was his father, anil ns he was not tilling the presidential chair satisfactorily he would unseat him if somebody would loan him a pistol. The madman must * be a first cousin to the crazy man Belden who took a position in the E board of trade gallery, Chicago, on ■ Tuesday and futally shot two men in the pit below who he said were selling > Bold. The untamed crank is abroad and ia more dangerous than • Colorado highwayman. Tiik U. 8. senate is a safeguard for the peeple and stauds like a stone wall between tke weak and the strong. With indecent haste the house of representatives rushed into action to do the bidding of one man. It wbb an inequal contest where representation vas based upon population and sectional calms were entirely overlooked. The potions of the West and South tanilver were cried down and the toual majority asserted Its claim of nigh. But in the senate where nil ■tales representing every section of tho c< in try with their diversified In dustrie- have equal voice, the oppre*. ■ion of kc strong is held in check and Colorado and Florida are aa gotefct; jyjtowerful and aa wealthy New Turk ‘hr Vennaylvanla. The senate till anfeV abolished With - the cow ■tohi eHWtoeaker Males. > > ; , »>>*, .Jl, , . BESSEMER, COLORADO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1893. CoNorkssman Bryan of Nebraska has introduced a Hill into the lower house providing for the safety of deposits in | national hanks. His idea is to tax I all deposits at the rate of J of 1 per ! cent until tiie amount thus raised shall reach $10.000,000 when the tax shall cease. Should a hank fail the lie posilors would he protected hy the general fund and no individual losses sustained. It is claimed for the bill that it would benefit tiie community because when depositors are secure, money will not ho hoarded. Thus banks will not he crippled and the worst features of panics will be avoided It will compel states to protect de positors in state bunks in the same way or stnte hanks will get no deposits. By pnying depositors at once money is put in circulation and embarrassment to tiie business community prevented. The issue of greenbacks equal to the fund prevents contraction of currency. Sknatou Stewart of Nevada made his promisirgood this week hy arraigning the president for his short-comings, the main charge being that Mr. Cleveland is usimr the official patronage at his command as a leverage to induce con gress to comply with his dcinuuds in silver legislatiou, and wants a com mittee appointed to investigate the truth of tlie matter; should such a com mittee discover plenty of evidence to substantiate the charges tiie next step would be that of impeachment. After charging the president with using a a hundred thousand offices, a venal press ami unlimited money power to coerce congress into doing his bidding, the accusing senator drops into personal history wherein lie caustically remarks that a man to till the presidential chair should either he possessed of a college or a farm education which accomplish ment, he hints. would secure from the chief executive the courtesy due the senate. POLITICAL PENCILINGS. Dr. E. S. Dodds Is the sole living representative from this town on any of the tickets aud the democrats put him up as coroner to lie shot at. The republican party in Bessemer is badly split, with tho supporters of tho dead Napoleon of Pueblo county politics in a hopeless minority. It was a clour cut contest in the Bessemer precincts between the Hawke and the anti Hawke factions and the Hawkeites won on a ratio of 10 to 1. In tiie defeat of N. S. Walpole for the Bomiiiation for assessor John Lock in’s Opinion scored a victory over the Chieftain, and tiie casual observer Bees the point. Platt Wicks received tiie indorse niont of the republican convention for district judge, which means his nomi nation hy tiie judicial convention which will meet next Monduy. One of the wonders of the republican convention was that a Pueblo man was not nominated for justice of the peace for Bessemer instead of George Willauer. They slipped u cog there. George Willauer carried th* day in tiie contest for the nomination for justice of tiie peace for Bessemer. The judge is on tiie alert and will make a close jHiivass of tiie precinct. A certain Bessemer man who holds a position as deputy in one of the offices located in the vicinity of the court house had the monumental gall to offer $10.1)0 for a proxy to the con vention; hut he got snubbed. The political sincerity of some men who cry party, party, is shown hy the fact that if they can't get a nomination in one convention they are willing to try it in another. True independence is to he admired, but so is consistency, also. The republicans of Bessemer did honor to themselves when they gave such hearty and almost unanimous sup port to F. P. Hawke at the primaries. They stood by a man who merited the compliment aud who will remember his friends. Chairman Dempsey has suggested to Harry Baker that he accept tho nomination on the democratic ticket for superintendent of schools, vice W. P. Beck who declines to make the race; hut Harry says he has enough to do to superintend his garden. Last week the Indicator said, “mark the prediction: Frank Hawke will walk into the convention next Thursday at the head of an almost solid delegation from the bill.” And he did. Where are the men who conceded him any where from three delegates to o ? At lost spring’s election Charles Colvin reoeived as republican candi date for mayor of Bessemer 224 votes; at the republican primaries held Mon day night 822 votes were polled. This with a decreased population shows the wonderful interest taken in the pri merles if it shows nothing else. W. J. McNamara was the strangest man the republican convention could have nomiaated and he will add strait* the satire ticket. Mr. Me Korean kns rendered the pottle *x cellent service os couety treasurer ami deserved this recognition for disclmrg j iug his official duty in such a faithful, | conscientious mill obliging manner. The voters will do the rest at the poles. W. J. McNamara lias friends inside aud outside of all parties who will leud him their hearty support. He lias made a first-clasH official and deserves I |to be re-elected county treasurer. His policy in withholding tiie delinquent tax list from publication from August 20 to Novuvember 12 saves to the hard i pressed taxpayers no less than 830,000, , which uct of clemency is being duly appreciated. Major C. 11. Coau. from Kansas, one of tlic lute converts to the populist camp from republicanism took turns a few nights ago witli T. M. Patterson in holding a Pueblo audience. The major said one good thing at least, aud that was that Representatives A. W. Lcunard and Platt Wicks stood be tween the people and the corporations I last winter when they voted for rail road hill No. 85. But where does that place J. K. Gordon and Billy Sluwson. 1 he other Pueblo county representatives? . Major W F. Townsend has been 1 made the successor of Dr. J. C. Utter as clminnau of the people's party county central committee. He is following in tiie footsteps of u man who lias done 1 a great deal of unselfish work for the 1 party and who should again have been chosen to succeed himself. However, the major has done much for the populist cause and inasmuch as Dr. Utter was not chosen the selection made is very good. \V. H. Williams of Bessemer lias the honor to be one of the executive committee. Hon. Fred Betts, in his able speech nominating F. P. Hawke for assessor told tiie convention that Bessemer represented one-tifth of the voters of tiie county and asked hut one place on tiie republican ticket; it was but a matter of right and justice and tiie town de manded it. J. B. Jones, representing tiie steel works made an earnest plea in seconding tho nomination But the l’uoblo convention sat squarely down on Bessemer, ignoring her claims and denying lier the least political recogni tion. How entirely and totally swallow ed up would Bessemer bo if ever she should so far forget herself us to con solidate with the hoggish city on the flats! The moral that adorns this item is plain. She Knew the Difference. The Boston papers continue to re port aneodotes which snow that the , children of the city are not soon to , lose their reputation for superior taste | und intelligence. A four-year-old-girl created a laugh tho other night in one of tho public J parks. The band did not arrive so promptly as she expected, and sho be- ‘ gun to fear that it would not conic at 1 all. “Never mind,” said her father, con- J sollngly, “If it doesn’t conio I’ll sing * you a song.” 1 ••I don't want you to sing.” porslst- 1 ed the discriminating child. “1 want some music.”—Boston Transcript. I It* Hard lu lump Women, j “The idea!" she said as they paused ( in the rmltz; “just to think of itl ( Horo lam a grandmother at 38. Don't ( you find It very hard to believe?" ••I do,” he said, simply, and then J she looked at him very hard.—Yur mouth Register. 1 i High Carnival at St Louis. The metropolis of the Mississippi valley again presents a programme of fall festivities that for brilliancy and variety outshines tiie carnival cities of the old world. Paris, the moat magnificent city on eltlu*r continent, lias for ages held the proud title of “the premier carnival city of tiie world.’ However, •luring the Inst ten or twelve years an American rival of no mean pretensions hua contested for that high honor, and to day Ht. Louis holds wtiat Paris mo reluctantly relinquished, the title of "the carnival city of the two coiitliienta." Not conteut with the successful exhibi tions of previous years, the Autumnal Festivities Association has arranged a program me for 1893 that for brilliancy and variety will In; difficult to Improve upon. Hie tlrst or the great attractions, the Ht. Louis Exposition, will throw its doors open to the public September 6th amt continue until Octoecr 21st. The world-returned Sousa’s Band lius been engaged by the management, which In Itself Is a sufficient Inducement to crowd the inaKulticent build ing during every concert. Special attention has been paid to the street Illuminations, nml on the evenings of August 12th, 17th, 24th, and list, September 7th, 14th,list, aud Wth, and October Brd, Mb, 12th and tetli, tho most magnificent display yet nttouipted will gaect the eye of the fortunate visitor, electricity playing a prom in.ml part. The evening of October :trd the Veiled Prophet Ht»d his followers will parude through the principal thoroughfares, and Immediately after the great hall, which Inis received considerable prominence throughout the world, will be held. The 33d great Ht. Louts Fair and Zoologi cal Hardens, October 2*l to 7tli, will l>e the crowning week of the carnival season. This Institution bus no peer, and Is kliown In every land where the footprints of clvlllr.a -tlon existed. The Missouri Pacific railway und Iron Mountain Route being distinctly Ht. Louis lines, and having at ell times the Interests of the etty In mind, have made a remarkably low round trip rute from all [stints on the entire system to Ht. I-ouls and return during the festivities. For further information In regard to rates, route, limit of tickets and fora copy of the fall festivities programme, add -ess Wm. Home Agt Pueblo, Colo, or H. C. ToWNHRKD, Hen. Agt., Ht. Louis, Mo. She Dr. C. A. Greg* of SOO south Union when you need any work done In the dentistry line. 'f*eth , extracted without pain by the u*e of 4kns fchti-poenn. 1887. 1893 PUEBLO BUSINESS COLLEGE. A Jirs/- Class School in I-.very Respect. 1 The standard systems of Short hand, Graham Pitman, taught by a corn * potent teacher who has been trader the personal instruction of two practical re porters, and further explored extensively the theories of the art as expounded bv the leaders, A. J. Graham, Heim Pitman, Jerome 1$ Howard. Isaac S Dement, ( Frank Harrison. Arthur J. Barnes, Eldon Moran. The only school in Colorado giving a course in act ml Business Practice from the beginning of book keeping. Advanced iustructioii in book-keeping a specialty. Kciiiiniugton typewriters for sale or rent Typewriter supplies 1 Open day and night fail on or address, H. C. WARDEN, Principal. 300, 307, 308 McCarthy Blk. j ' t Hard Time Prices.! It. will be to your advantage t<> call and nee uh before buying elsewhere. The bent 10c Blue Prints . •'<- yd j Good *Vaaii Calicos .... . ... 5c yd. 15c Dress Gingham .... ... 10c yd. Langtry Curling Irons. in -. 12 lozen Agate buttons 1 dozen boxeß Tacks ltv. 25 yards Picture Wire *>• Shelf Paper, all colors. »<■ per doz. ti hook Hat and Coat Ruck luc. A good Hammer. ....... .... 10c. Tracing Wheels ......... .. -sc. *'j Ream Writing Paper -25. 4 Packages Good Envelopes -25 c H. PERLET, Evans and Summit Columbia Theatre, Formerly WONDERLAND. Week of September t:\ “THE LUCKY RANCH” Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Ladies’ matinee iiO cts. to all parts of the house. Children’s matinee lo cts. Regular Prices, 10, S2O and 30 cents. THIS MEANS YOU 'l’lie I'uljUcj in General mid the Pitnuleof Pueblo In Partlrmlnr 1 First —The Denver & Hio Grande (the j old reliuble) ruua more trains daily be tween Pueblo. Colorado Springs and Denver than all other lines combined. Makes faster time, aud departure of trains is at all hours to suit the conve nience of our friends, the traveling public Second—The equipment of this line is unsurpassed: chair car trains, heated by steam aud lighted hy gas. aud as all experienced travelers will tell you. tiie track has no equal in the west. Third—Our time between Pueblo anti , Denver is from 1 hour aud 43 minutes ' to 2 hours ami 48 minutes faster than made by competing lines. Time is money. Fourth—This is the only direct line from Puebla to Leudville, Aspen. Glen wood. Salt Lake City. Ogden, anti all Pacific coast points. Through sleepers over this ine from Pueblo to Sau Fran cisco and Los Angeles. Hound tup tickets now on sale to Utah, California , and Oregon points at greatly reduced rates. Fifth—lt is not generally known, but is nevertheless a fact, tke KlO Grande makes the quickest time between Pucb lo aud Kansas City. Omaha, St. Louis, Cbicugo, aud all points east and north. N. B. Leave Pueblo at 4:40 a. ui. (say Monday), arrive Om&liu 11 p. m. same Might, arrive St. Louis uext day (Tuesduy) at 3.00 p. m.: arrive Chicago next day (Tuesday) at 4:00 p. 111. Only one night on the road l’ueldo to Chica go or St Louis no other line ean offer this accommodation —thus saving you from $3.50 to $4. on Pullman fare, and connecting at Chicago with all tiie fast trains for the east, saving 24 hours to New York er Heston. Sixth Notwithstanding the many superior advantages offered by this strictly A 1 line, the Rio Grande will always lie found in the lead with tiie 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 lie 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. General agency for A 1 stcamshi] lines. Alex. JncxsoN, Agent. If you want your clothes cleaned and repaired, send a postal to 1225 Kvaus Ave., aud I will call for them. P. H. McCurdy. IIfITIVF HERCULES Si? ■ ■7 Ft Bat ui Batalin POWER ■ W!■ §■§! Rm Ikww porta, and at* rea*nnare*w thm-roi* lew likuy to «*t out or<**ar thM any other tu or Raaollne now tMlit, Joit l*bt Um burner, turn the wheel, and It nuaißdl}. ■anna no skill on out. N* doubt* or fhlM explosions, eo IVeqneat wttß Ik* unreliable spark, For Iteplkltv It Bmt« the WOIM. Ik OIU ttaalf AntoiaHeally, Me BKterlee or Mlrntrlt lynk. It rare Pride of Oatß—e tb— *ay *aa —(iWn* cncvuM tmv w eOLMW a MY, Mu Ill»■■■«, fet Mm. M. el mm. .*/ Grew Rock Island Route TO THE EAST. BEST DINIH6 6AR SERVICE IN THE WORLD. liir.J IHO'2 1 As long a tune ns David reigned, so long Inis tin-I hiol go. Hook Island A I’li. ili, Hull ' •Mie ,, Ko«-k "i klhii.l Is" lor. m.'.-t in adopting 1 uny mlvnnlHg - < al«Milnt. .l lo Improve speed and give Hint luxury, snlet\ and eonilon Hint popular pulminige demand-. Its equlp , nielli is thorollg lly eomplete with vestibule.) trains, miiguiflei-nt dining ears, sleepers and chairs coaches, all Dio most elegant, undo! 1 recently Improved patterns. 1 FalthfUl and capable inunngcmcnt and polite, honest service from employes are i Important Items. They are n double duty— I to the Company and to travelers—ami Ills ! sometimes a task difficult ol accompltsh -1 incut. Passengers on this line will tlud little I cause lor complaint on that ground. Tiie importance of this Line can tie hellei understood If a stiorl lesson In geograph\ be , now recited. What Is the great Kastern termini of the Hock Island Route?—Chicago Wlmt otliei sub-Kastern termini has It?- Peoria. To what important points does It run I rains to the Northwest? —St. Paul und Minneapolis. Minnesota and Watertown and Sioux Fall-. Dakota. To wlmt Important lowa and Ne braska points—Des Moines. Davenport. lowa Omaha and Lincoln. Nebraska. Does it touch other Missouri River points? Yes; st. Joseph, Atchison, leaven wort h and Kansas Cltv. Does it run trains to the Foothills <>t the Kooky Mountains? Yes; to Denver. | 1 olorado Springs and Puehlo. solid vestlbnl ed from 1 hicago. 'an Important cities ot Kansas be reached by the Kook Island I Route?—Yes; its capital city. Topeka- and a 1 full hundred others in all directions in the I State, and it Is the only road running to und into the new lands opened for settlement in the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation. It will thus. t e seen that a line tupping, as the Hock Island docs,such a varied territorx . I has much In that regard to commend It to travelers, as all connections are sure on the 1 Hock Island, and passengers can r. lx on a speedy Journey, as over a hulk of the system | through trains are mu. ami it has become, and rightly too. the popular Line A very impuhtr train on the t hleago. Hock | ' Island A Pad 11c Kutlwax leaves nenver. Pueblo and Colorado Springs, dally. It i' called “The World’s Fair Special." is one .lav out. aud passengers arrive at Chicago early the second morning. The Hook Island has become a popular Colorado Line, and the train above referred I to Is Vcstlbiilcd. and carries the Hock Island excellent Dining Car Service. I] For full particulars as to tickets, maps, i rates, upplv to any coupon ticket office in I the’Knited. t 'unadu or Mexico, or address; .1 N<». SIOHASTI AN. (4enl.Tkt.A- Pa—. Agt..' hleago. 111. K ST. JOHN. (Sent. Manager. Chicago, 111. J. (i. KKI.LKK. Agent. Puehlo. Colorado. Quick Service to Cripple Creek via Santa Fe. Commencing May Ist tlie Santa Fe route and Colorado Midland will put on a new train for Cripple Creek, leaving Union Depot at 0:10 a. m. and Stone 1 depot at 0.30 a. m. arriving at Cripple Creek at noon. Round trip tickets at ! reduction nr® on sale at Union Depo* and Santa Fe city office 237 N. Union j avenue. I Lower Fare to world’s Fair. The Santa Fe reute has lowered th® World's Fair rate. It leads, while others follow; being first to cut the price as well as first in quick aud Com fortable service. The present ticket rat® from Pueblo to Chicago and re tarn 1® $87.50 PROSPECTUS 1893-94 NEW YORK DISPATCH ! Established 1845. L I’he largest and moat interesting weekly newspaper published in the United) States, devoted t>< Fascinating Stories, Sketches, Adventure, News, (Jueeip end' department matters relating to Masonic. Army and Fire organizations. Hie New York Dispatch, in addition to l*eing a popular weekly story and I family newspaper, claims to be the moat aggressive in it« political advocacy of 1 pure and unadulterated American ideas in politics, and ie the only newspaper published in New York City that hue consistently and fearleaely advocated J ; ree rind Unlimited Coinage of Silver. After the groat bimetallic mass meeting held in New York, the Chairman of’ i tin ('omniittee of Arrangements sent the following letter to the Dispatch: New York, August 25, 1893. Editor New York Dispatch: lb uc Sri: The Committee of Arrangements who had charge of the mass meeting of bimetallists, held at * looper Union last evening, desire to express I thmr appreciation of the valuable services rendered to the cause of bimetallism , by the New York Dispatch, and embrace this opportunity to thank you for your ! able and generous etiorta to premote the public well being by advocating the cause of the money of the Constitution, which always has and always must be the money of the people. I I have the honor to be, sir, very respectfully, yours, John G. Bovd, Chairman. Yearly subscription $2.50 .Six months 1.25 Three months. 05 Send postal card for sample copy und premium lmt. Sample copies mailed akl of churge. Address, New York Dispatch, 132 Nassau street. New York. T. \V. LVX( M i, CORNER OF EVANS AND SUMMIT AVENUES BESSEMER Dealer m Wall Paper Paints, Oil, Glass, Varnish and Br-uihti PAINTING, Paper Hanging, Kalsominingand Glazing done on Short Notice, sill // ’ orA- Guaranteed. THE INDICATOR / JOB OFFICE JVirxfcs : Letter Heads. Dodgers , Note 1 leads, Circulars Dill Heads , J ags Statements, Pamphlets Envelopes. Certificates Business Cards. Holders / isiting Cards, Counter Pads \ sojtat Cards, Meat Pickets j Posters, Etc., Etc. D R GMFFNr .Mrs Dr Ummv. v,ci .'Mrs N. O. HINBOALf. OUHIU, PUEBLO NATIONAL BANK. PUEBLO. - - COLORADO PAID UP CAPITAL, $250,000. I l-i )K’ !•; IUN ANI) 1)( ).M KST|( ’ KXf H ANO K BOUGHT AND HOLD DIRECTORS. James 1.. Lombard. T. A. Slouue. Tliob. Tiiouipsus. Huger \V. Woodbury. I). F. t’rniy. J. K. suintmmtt I 11. U. (ireelie. John J. Hums. N. D. HIuadaU HEADLIGHT FEED STORE, WHOLESALE AND HKTAII. Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed. Headquarters for Natural Ice. E. G. DONLEY, Proprietor. TELEPHONE 185. Between Union and Victoria Avenues. WORMLEY AND MURTHA’S Puebio 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 part of Pueblo or Bessemer. WORMLEY & MURTHA, Propr’s. * P. Shceran Doesn’t quote any prices, but he permits 1 I 111 I, I || \ m» one to give more Groceries and Provision* for a BIG ’ I tfv VI 1V0« DO!.l.Alt than l,c doc Ue is in TUB I.KAD and I aland, to stay there. Don’t ask questions, hut drop in anil see him. You will call again ROUTT AVENUE. NEAR SUMMIT TUCHOCK BROS. MERCHANT TAILORS, 119 West 2nd Street. Largest and l-'ines/ Stock oj Domestic and Im | ported IVoolens tn the City. | J. E. MURPHY, BRICK AND STONE MASON- Also furnishes material. Sandstone of all dimanaioDS. Offlca at Livery Stable near City Hall. Bessemer. The INDICATOR Job Office will print you anything from a business card up to a book and will do first-class work, t using only the bast (uslity ol pMpMr. ’ ~‘e L'j-it'. NO. 3*.'