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A FEW SNAPS' We are always looking for new brand* of staple good* which have merit. The latent in Borax Soap. bar* for 26c. This is pure white full weight bar, same size as all laundry soap and guaranteed superior to any other on the market. A trial will convince you. Silver Leaf Soap. The finest yellow soap ever put up. »Ve warrant this to give the bast satisfaction. 6 bars for 26c 100 bars in box $3.00 Clive it a trial. We are sole agents and have a car of each of these two soups for sale. We Have Flour. 100 pounds Columbine for $1.66. Better than ever. Helling two cars a week of tills one brand. 100 pounds Mhogo for 31.66 Wo find it necessary to reduce the price of this flour to be “in it." A New Flour. 100 pounds Longmont patent $1.60 After a week’s trial we find this the best flour possible to make. A full patent. Clive it n trial. The price will go up next car. 16‘t lbs granulated sugar $1 00 10 IbsN«. Island Rice. 1 00 10 lbs Mexican beuns 26 100 ll»s choice white potatoes. .1 10 i lb best tea 65 l lb choice tea. 60 1 lb Cold blitter 36 1 lb finest oleomargarine. 20 1 lb potato chefs . 30 2 lbs Royal M AJ coffee 75 1 lb crushed Jave Coftee 20 Jacket Maple Byrup 160 2or bottle Price’s Lemon ex. 15 2or “ “ Vanilla ex .26 P'enic bam per lb. . .10 lean Corn .10 1 can tomatoes .10 Our prices are the lowest; our roods are the freshest. We guuruii teo every article. We want your trade. Cull and see us. Hoses & Allen MK H. Union Ave. Cor. Sixth and Hnntn Fe. R. A. CROSSMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Criminal Law a Specialty. Prompt. Attention Given to Pension Claims Room 1 over Postofllce. Pt*Kiu.o. y. h. Graham, Ciiah. F.. Saxton, President.. Cashier. WESTERN NATINAL BANK, Union Ave. and C Street, Pueblo, Colorado Authorized Capital, - - f&iO.OOO. Paid hi Capital, - - - 50,000. Surplt.H, 175. WK WEST BROS. Buy and Sell .'nroitarc, Carpets Curtains, tilassware Queenswar Tinware, etc. rtIGHKHT PRICE PAID FOIt SECOND HAND GOODS. 09 UNION AVENUE, - - NEAR BRIDGE F. H. STEWART & CO. Manufacturer, of and dealer, in Buggies aiHl Wagons, Agricultural Implementnof All Kind*. Wa>- on and Bugay Humes*. ios-ios a. union ave.. 102-104 viotosia av«.. TtLisHoNt No. iss. PUEBLO. COLO Savings Bank. The Pueblo Havings bank la a popular .natitution with the people of Ueesemer, »nd it deserves to be. It iB a good lmnk to patronize and the uien, women and thildren of the rity are fast finding it ut. Notice. Anything wanted In the lino of leavanger work will be attend*d to by leaving orders at the city hull or corner of Bo* Klder and Huintnlt avenue. Martin Hughes, City Bcavenger. Quick Service to Cripple Creek via Santa Fe. CiNMMMtet lb? >•> ll>« Same re ' o*m*> *w«n will pat os vCwak. leaving **• ■* d fi,OM »* Ortppto The Bessemer Indicator. THE INDICATOR P. BYRNEB, Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Sat urday at Beaaemer.Colo. Entered at the Postofflce at Pueblo, Colo., aa second class matter. Brick of Subscription. One Year $1 00 Six Months 60 Hon. Jeremiah Husk, ex-secretary of agriculture died at Vlroqua, Wisconsin, on the 21 inst. His death causes universal regtet. This part of Colorudo is enjoying a perpetual ludian summer—a perfect season of sunshine, and warmth, and loveliness. Pleasant autumns arc not unusual hut this is one of the rarest. Labor Commissioner Brcntlingcr says that of DUO persons interviewed in regard to an extra session of the state legislature, 700 favored it. Such a statement proves nothing. By a little better geueralship he might have swelled the majority to 800. But then he didn’t want to over-do the matter. It. C. Nisubt reluctautly yielded up his scut at the county commissioner’s table last Monday to J. W. Davis, his successor, ami now makes a demand on the hoard for mileage to and font the city sine c the time of hla appointment by Governor Wuite last March. He claims $250 but the board is not dls posed to allow it aud the question will probably be settled in the courts. Bkpokk Governor Waite issues his call extraordinary for a special session of the legislature he should call to mind Ihe old saying about leading a horse to water and then the equina having it his own wav as to whether he will drink or not. Mindful of the duty of the hour it would not be strange should the legislature adjourn immediately ntul take no action at all. Tiikiik is some consolation to be ghaned from the statement of Govern or Waite, that in the event of a special session of the legislature he will ut least not meddle with the attachment nor stny laws. If he would only further agree not to order the coinage of Colorado “tokens,’’and coniine him self to the subject of the big state canal the people’would breathe easier. Mkxico is having its regular semi annual revolution. The uprising may ultimately prove to lit formidable but present indications do not point that way, the “rebels” more than likely being it lot of freebooters handed together for plunder. Palontas and a few smaller towus along the Rio Grande have been sacked and the booty carried to the rough, snow covered mountains, difficult of access and not likely to be invaded by the government troops. In the opinion of these revo lutionists. better named marauders. President Diaz is a tyrant, and the patriot blood of the revolutionists boils with indiguution at his oppression. The upshot of it all wil! be that some of the lenders of the wild hands will be captured and summarily dealt with and the remainder will go hack to their adobe homes. Tun latest interesting news about the C. F. &■ I. Co. bears relation to a threatened war in coal rates which is to take place In Denver and may spread to other favored localities. Just now the lucky people of the capital city are in an exliilirating state of mind over the prospect of $2 coal, only one half the original price. In August the price was cut from $4 to 3.25 and the smaller dealers, denominated “museum freaks’ by the barons threaten a still further Deduction. The agents who are mak ing the cut arc handling the product of northern operators, and the C. F. A I. Co. which constitutes about all the southern consolidation feels outraged at the prospect of cheap coal for the winter and will, unless the hostile agencies desist, begin a war on prices to freeze the opposition out. People down this way will view the contest with pleasure and pray that the war may extend hitherward. The’re After Him. There is trouble in the local populist camp over the appointment of a com missioner of the penitentiary to succeed Lieut. Gov. Nichols. Mr. Nichols was asked to come down by Governor Waite who said that a place must be made for I. D. Chamberlin of the Coming Crisis, as the governor had heard that the populist's organ was going to the wall and he did not see any other way of helping the editor out. “Unfortunately.” says the executive in his written re quest to the able lieutenant governor, there are alwaya more pegs than holes,” and Mr. Nichols and Mr. Chamberlin coaid not fill the same hole at the same time. A. E. Burn am learning of I. D.’a good luck sought the aid of friends and is trying to persuade the governor to appoint him Instead, he having been de feated for assessor and the appoint meat to this office woeld he helm to his polßloel woeada. . is* cm*— BESSEMER, COLORADO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1893. CITY COUNCIL. The old C. C. & I sewer the principal topic of discus sion—ft will be further in vestigated— Bullens wsmt more money—Approaches to the viaduct to be qraded. All members of the council answered to the roll call, Muyor Dempsey in the chair. Aldermen Lcitbead. Miles and Fisher, the tire and water committee reported having had repairs made for hose Co No. 3 and lecommended the purchase of 15U feet of additional hose. On motion of Alderman Jackson received, tiled and concurred in. The resignation of Geo Willauer as police magistrate with a full report of the doings of his office for the present fiscal your up to date was reud and ac cepted. and Aid. Jackson nominated W. J. Darnell to till vacancy. There being no other nominations Mr. Darnell was on motion of Aid. Miles unani inously elected. A communication from the Bullcn Bridge Co was read in which it was stated that all the material for the viaduct wus on the ground, and a bill for $5,200 wus presented. On motion of Aid. Leitheud the bill wus referred to the committee on public works with power to act. Aid. Fisher called on Attorney Len nard for a report relative to the keep lug up of the old sewer in the original C. C. & I property. Mr. Lennard said that the ownership of the sewer seemed to be in u chaotic state That since the con struction of the sewer by the C. C. & I Co. in 1882 part of the territory traversed by it had been sold to the V. F. &I. Co., part to the C. C. & I. D. Co. and part to private individuals. That the sewer underlies streets and alleys only and that none of the present owners care to take the responsilr.lity of improvement but that ull would be glud to trausfer all rights to the town. J. L. Henman, representing the C. C. &I. D. Co. was present and stated that his company, now being the heaviest owner, was willing to do this. Aid. Keltner inquired for informa tion ns to whether the sewer was in good repairs at the outlet and was in formed that it is. The city attorney and the committee on sewers and sewerage will further (Hscusb the proposition of city owner ship and report. City Engineer Bicknell was in structed ta make estimate of the grade to the viaduct approaches and to advertise for bids, it being stipulated in the advertisement that citizens of Bessemer only should be allowed to bid. Adjourned. THE NEW MINING LAW. By request the Indicator publishes the full text of the mining law of 1803 concerning the annual assessment to be done on claims. As will be seen the requirement ib suspended for the present year, providing the claimant complies with a few details of the law. An act to amend section numbered twcuty-three hundred and twenty-four of the Revised Statutes of the United States, relating to mining claims: Be it enacted by the senate ami house of representatives of the United States of America in congress assem bled. that the provisions of section numbered twenty-three hundred and twenty-four of the Revised Statutes of the United States, which require that on each claim lacated after the 10th day of May, 1872” and until patent has been issued therefor, not less than SIOO worth of labor shall be performed or improvements made during each year, be suspended for the year 18 93 so that no mining claim which has been regularly located and recorded as re quired by the local laws and miuing regulations shall be subject to for feiture for nou-performance of the annual assessment for the year 1898; Provided, that the claimant or claimants of any mining location, in order to secure the benefits of this act shall cause to be recorded in the office where the location notice or certificate is filed on oi before December 31st. 1893, a notice that be or they, in good faith intend to hold and work said claim; Provided, however, that the provisions of this act shall not apply to to the state of South Dakota. This act shall take effect from and after its passage. Approved November 3rd, 1893. To Colonize El Paso County. The number of Bessemer citizens who ate taking agricultural claims In El Paso couqtj is still increasing. Those who have already filed on homc steads are George Mason, W. J. Ripley, Samuel Cline, Harry Davidson, J. W. Pugh. Clyde Shoup, George Sbousc, Harry Snook, Thomas Gardner and B. F Melndoo, with other* getting in the notion. Tbs location to 58 miles north-east of her* and about eight miles off the rail road. the landed proprietors have greet faHh In the fertility of the claims end report need crop* tonag been gwwhffce pat eeaneu Inthnt vicinity. i&ks&mirstnt |» at MMI AT THE GRAND. ••friends” Oae of the strongest dramatic at tractions that will be sees here this season comes two uights next week. November 30 and December 1. It is “fricntls" that clever comedy drama by Edwin Milton Hoyle which has been receiving the unstinted pruisc of preßS and public from New York City to San Francisco. It wus originally booked for two weeks at the California theatre in the latter city, hut so great was the company's success that two weeks time in the surroiiuiling cities wus cancelled and the company re mained in San Francisco the two additional weeks. The entire press of that city conceded it to he the strongest play seen there in years, and the com pany is one of general excellence. Arthur C. Aiston, the acting manager of the company, arrived Tuesday from the west where he reports business has been splendid. WHAT REPORTERS REPORT. The word brandy is from the Dutch brand wijn—burnt wine. Alexandor Kiss is in jail in Hiddc ford. Me-, for dodging a board bill. Venice is built on eighty small islands which are connected together by nearly 400 bridges. There are 12,000 Americans residing in France, according to the census of foreigners recently taken. A family in Utica, N. Y., possesses a bible which was printed in London in 1680, and wliioh is consequently 263 years old. “Lame duok" is an expression ap plied to a defaulting member of the stock exchange When he fails he is said to “waddle off the exchange." As an indication of how the slave trade survives in Africa, it is stated that last summer a caravan of 10,000 camels and 4,000 slaves left Timbuctoo for Morocco. On a wager a negro named William Neviil of Raleigh, N. C.. attempted to drink five cents worth of laudanum the other day. He was unconscious for twenty-four hours. At a recent dinner of journalists in London the gallant toast: “Women, the fairest work in alp creation: the edition is lurge, and no man short Id be without a copy,” was proposed. It is estimated that about 250,000 canary birds are raised every year in Germany. The moot important mar ket is the United States, which im ports about 100,00 1 birds Dcr annum. The celebrated Mt. Washington suit, involving the title to the summit of that eminence,has been decided by the United States circuit court, at Ports mouth, N. 11., but will probably go t« the United States supreme court On June 17, 18.3, Samuel Garber, now deceased, carved his initials upon Ilf shell of a tortoise which ho found near his home ut Trap e, Montgomery jounty. Pa. Last week this veteran reptile wadul -d its way to the house where Garber lived. THIS MEANS YOU The in Oenerul and the People of Pueblo In Paitleulur First—The Denver & Rio Grande (the old reliable) runs more trains daily be tween Pueblo, Colorado Springs aud Denver than all other lines combined. Makes faster time, and 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 unsurpussed; chair car trains, heated by steam and lighted by gas, and as all experienced travelers will tell you, the track has no equal in the west. Third—Our time between Pueblo and Denver is from 1 hour and 43 minutes to 2 hours aud 48 minutes fuster than made by competing lines. Time is money. Fourth—This is the only direct line from Pueblo to Leadvillc, Aspen, Glen weod. Salt Lake City, Ogden, ami all Pacific CHust points. Through sleepers over this inc from Pueblo to San Fran cisco and Los Angelos. Round tup tickets new on sale to Utah, California and Oregon points at greatly reduced rates. Fifth—lt is not generally known, but is nevertheless a fact, the Rio Grande makeß the quickest time between Pueb lo and Kansas City, Omaha, St. Louis, Chicago, and all poiuts east and north. Sixth Notwithstanding the many superior advantages offered by this strictly A 1 line, the Rio Grande will always be found in the lend with the lowest rates. Correct and reliable in formation can nlwavs he secured by calling at GRAND UNION TICKET OFFICE, Central block (cor. Second and Main streets). Tickets can be se cured at this office to or from all points in the civilized world. Tickets on sale at this agency via Denver & Rio Grande. Union Pacific system. Rock Island Route, and Burlington Route. Important Change in Rio Grande Time. Note the new card taking effect Nov. 19th. Denver traius 6:05 and 9:20 a. m. 1:30 anil 7:50 p. m.; westbom d flyers. 12:35 p. m. and 11:40 p. in; westbound locals, Pueblo to Salidu 8 n. m. and 7:80 p. m.: Trinidnd. Walsens anti La Veta trains, 7 a. in. and 1:50 p. in. General agency for A 1 steamship linea. Ai,ex. JacxsoN, Agent. Take Notice. I have moved my shop from Northern and Eaton avenue* to 1241 Routt avenue, one door north of the City Males, and am now prepared to do all Undo of work usually done in a city blacksmith snop. Give me a share of jrwur work aa I am not o *• of the mw *- m * - - - .- * —4 w|nWi on nays a movnoi reoora or lwll,)WW|»4 RimauattD. .. /‘‘ VT 1 . ; 1887 1893 . . .THE. . . PUEBLO BUSINESS COLLEGE will teach you to write SHORTHAND like thiß . . . THE LORD’S PRAYER. In the Reporting Style J "A., I\i l - -- H,* - ~ I //. C. WARDEN, LL. B , Prin. and Drop 306-307 30.8 McCarthy Block. Hard Times Prices. Clothes Pinos 2 doz for.. ,5e Scrubbing Brushes . 5 Padlocks with 2 keys . 10c 1 dozen Carpet Tack* 10c Whisk Brooms.. . 10c All Bristle Dust Brush 30e Kite String 8u11... sc. school Slates from 5c to . .25 Also a line of pens, pencils, sponges, tablets etc. as low :is the lowest Pressed Hops per package . . . ...... Be Can Opener 5c Headquarters for “Tops". H. PERLET, Evans and Summit Columbia Theatre, Formerly WONDERLAND. Week of November 20, “By Power of Attorney" Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Ladies’ matinee 20 cts to all parts of the house. Children’s matinee lOcts. Regular Prices, 1 O, 20 and 30 cents. HOME PRICES. C. H. QuuckenbuBh & Son submit to you the fallowing partial list of prices to which your attention is respectfully called and they ask you to compare it with the prices of any other firm in this portion of Colorado. READ THESE PRICES: 100 lbs tine potatoes 1 15 100 lbs rising sun flour 155 ; 100 Colorado patent Hour .. 1 70 Dried apricots per lb 15 Evaporated peaches peril).. 12 l £ I 3 pkg. Soux City rolled oats .25 5 lbs rice 25 12 1b can roast beef 20 1 2 lb package schumacker cracked wheat or rolled wheat 15 1 package mincemeat 10 gal. Golden Eagle syrup ..30, *2 gal- Cold medal syrup .35 gal New Orleans syrup 35 1 package lvingsford corn starch.... 10 1 package Elastic starch . 10 , 3 packages Closs starch . .25] *2 cans California peaches 35 j 1 “ “ grapes !•_» 1 “ “ Damson plums 15 1 “ “ green gages 15 1 “ “ egg pints 15 1 “ “ Gold Drop plums .15 1 “ “ German prunes 15 2 2 lb cans Anderson’s apple butter. . .35 7 cans Anderson’s jam 1 00 , 12 1b can blackberries 10 1 2 lb can peas . .. 10 1 can cream deep sugar corn 10 2 2 lb can Dumbar’s Oyster . .35 j 2 2 lb can Bahama Pine apples .25 2 cuns Cuj>id tomatoes 25 | 0 bars White Rose soap. .. . .25 j 0 bars White Russian soap 25 0 bars Fairbank’s soap 25 0. H. Quackenbush k Son If you want your clothes cleaned j and repaired, send a postal to 1225• Evans Ave., and I will call for them. P. H. McCurdy. The HHADLionT —For bay. grain, flour and feed In any quantities and at tod rock prices call at the Headlight Ptoi Store, C. street and Victoria Ave. IK jhMv, pwprWor Island Route TO THE EAST. BEST DININ6 CAR SERVICE IN THE WORLD. i nr, i hoc An long n Mine us Davul reigned, so long has the C hicago, Hoek Island A I’aellle Hall way run trains westward Ironic lileago. The Hock Island Is foremost in adopting , any odvuniag- ealeiilated to Improve speed and give that luxury, safety and eomfort ' that popular patronage demands. Its equip ment is thoroug ily I'omplele with veslibuled trains, inagnillei-nl dining ears, sleepers and chairs roaches, all llie most elegant, nmlm recently Improved patterns. Faithful and capable inanageineiit and > polite, honest service from employes are ' important Items. They are a double duty — to the Company and to travelers—and ills : sometimes a task dlltleult of aeeomplisli- ! meat. I'assengers on t his line will ilnd little cause for complaint on that ground. The importance of till' I.hie can he tiettrr tinderslood If a short lesson In geogrnphv he j now recited. What Is tin- great Kastcrn termini of the Hock Island Knutc?—c lileago What other I suh-Kastern termini has it? —IVorla. To what importanl points docs it run trnins to the Northwest?—St. Paul and Minneapolis, | M itiliesota and Watertown ami Sioux Fall-. Dakota. To what Important Iowa and Ne braska |H>ints —lies Moines. Davenport, lows Omaha and l.ineoln, Nebraska. Does u i touch other Missouri HIver points? —Yes; st. .losepli, Atchison, I .ea veil worth anil Kansas t'lty. Does It run trains tothe FooDiilNoi the ltoeky Mountain'? Yes; to Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo, solid vesiilmi i ed from i lileago. < an Important cltie-ot Kansas he reached by the Hock Island Houto?—Yes; its capital city. Topeka - ami a full hundred others in nil directions in Die State, anil it Is the only road running to and Into the new lands opened for settlement in , the Cheyenne uml Arapahoe Hoservntlon. It will thus ip-seen that a line tapping, as I ‘ the Hoek Island does.such a varied territory, has much in that regard to commend ii in , travelers, us all connections are sure on the I Hoek Island, and passengers can rely on a ! siieedy Journey, ns over a hulk of the system ! through trains are run. ami It has become. ■ and rightly too. the popular I.ine I A very popular train on thee lileago. Ho. k Island .V Haellle Hallway leaves Denver, j j Pueblo and Colorado Springs, dally. D is' 'called ‘The World’s Fair Special," is one i day mil, and passengers arrive at Chicago i early the second morning. ! The Hoek Island has become a popular I I Colorado I.ine, and the train als.ve referred i j to Is Vest Duiled. and carries the Hoek Island . excellent Dining Car Service. I For full particulars as to tickets, maps, | rates, apply to any coupon ticket otllee in i the.I nlted.'Caiimln or Mexico, or address: J NO. SKUA ST IAN, Ocnl.Tkt. «V Pass. Agt.,Chicago, 111. • i K. ST. .loll N. ttenl. Mimager. Chicago, 111. .1. «». KK1.I.KH. Agent. Pueblo. Colorado, j j BLACKSMITHING. j horse shoeing and repairing shop, j Satisfaction guaranteed. Shop open I front*) a. in. till 7 p. in. No.303 ' Northern Ave. Bessemer. MURFREE & EDWARDS l Frisco Mid-Winter Fair. j The Santa Fe Route the favorite I Trans-Continental Line has placed on sale low rate round trip tickets t® San Delgo, Los Angels and San Francisco, good to return until April 80 1894. Choice of routes of fered and Pullman Palace and Tourist sleepers through with one change. Call at city office of Bantn Fe route for full Information or addreea F. B. Kkawkiuht G. P. AT, A IE MEET TI PEOPLE Half Way With Prices to Suit the Hard Times. Ili Handle only Hie Best of Goods which we sell alfriers to nicet all competition. II c are detesmin \.cd to give satisfaction. Your attention is called to Hit following price list. FRIGID si.XU RELLEC'J luO tb Flour guuralit</<■•! $! >'•'> I I'mi California IVuthes 2( 100 It. Potatoes. White Del Norte 1.1.*, 1 Can pears 2C 11»». Dried Prunes .15 1 Cun Cherries 2C 1 11* Dried Peaches 15 1 Cun Blackberries 20 1 It* Dried Apricots 1 5 l Can Apricots 15 I It. Pearl Tapioca In 1 Cun Plums 15 i 1 pkgS. is. Starch 0 1 Can Crapes 15 1 pkg Quacker Oats 10 2 Cans Tomatoes 25 1 pkg Sou.\ Oats 10 1 Can Monarch Milk 10 1 Cau Oil Sardines 05 1 11*. Raisins .10 1 Can Mustard Sardines 10 Our Best Teas per Pound 65 J- I*’ Can Corned Beef 20 We also carry a stock of nice 2 Cans Salmon 25 fres h Meats. lbs sweet potatoes. .25 j 3 lbs cranberries 25 Orders taken for the genuine Canon City coal and other kinds. D. G. MILLER & J. D. WILLIAMSON PROPRIETORS. Corner Summit and Routt. T. \V. LYNCH, CORNER OF EVANS AND SUMMIT AVENUES. BESSEMER. Dealer in Wall Paper Paints, Oil, Glass, Varnish and Brushes PAINTING, Paper* Hanging, Kalsominingand Glazing done on Short Notice, silt Work Guaranteed. D R Greene, phis D.F. Urmy, vice whs. N. D. Hinsdale, cashier, PUEBLO NATIONAL BANK. P'JEBLO, - . COLORADO. PAID UP CAPITAL, $250,000. I'OI<EION AXI> DOM US'ITC EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND 80LD. DIRECTORS. JaiueH L. Lombard. T. A. Sloane. Tlios. Thompson. Roger W. Woodbury. I*, k. Urmy. J. K. Shlroman. I). It. Greene. John J. Burns. N. D. Hinsdale. 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 port of Pueblo or Bessemer. WORMLEY & MURTHA, Propr’s. BAD API AD • Sheeran Doesn’t quote any prices, but he permits MUuLIIvG* n " one ,0 S‘ ve more Groceries and Provisions for a BIG DOLLAR than lie does.. He is iu TUE LEAD and intends to stay there. Don't ask questions, hut drop in and see him. You will call again ROUTT AVENUE, NEAR SUMMIT TUCHOCK BROS. MERCHANT TAILORS, 119 West 2nd Street. Largest and Linest Stock op Domestic and Im -1 Ported / / 'oo/ens m the City. | THE INDICATOR JOB OFFICE JPrirvts Letter Heads Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Postal Cards, Posters, NO. 42. Dodgers, Circulars Tags Pamphlets Certificates Polders Counter Pads Meal Tickets Etc.. Etc.