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PKNDKNT IN POLITICS. Local in news. VOL. B, Fish For Lent. Ry the Hound, Kit or Barrel. lb smoked Hlurgetui 30 lb smoked Halibut a lb smoked California Kalman 30 I h smoked Whit* Flhli 10 Ur.«. smoked Herring. |$ c Mtnoked Bloaters, each 5 Ktp- 1 lb salted Mackeral IS Those are extra large and tine. We hava speclul stock for the season. ttp-l lb large White Kish. 15 The tines! In the market—can not b« equalled elsewhere. lb Culuinbla Hlver Httlinon 30 Strictly fresh, flue, thick, sweet stock lbs salted Herring, K. K. K. .35 ( od Kish pel- lY IB This Is Just us you “used to liny” In the east 19*2 llui Snow Fluke Cod Klsli 31 Guaranteed pure. • lbs Ivory Cod 35 A lino supposed to be Cod. Our line of Fish can not be dupli cated in the city. We Also Sell. 3<i lbs grnnulntud sugar .100 1 gallon eaal oil. 7 All package coffee 35 Except Arhucklu’s, which we don't sell. 4 lbs green apples .25 8 doc. state eggs (trash). »| ou l doc ranch eggs . 45 Uold creamery butter .. 10 Hold's oleomargarine, per tt> .17 Fine ranch butter ....... 25 I keg (iold Medal Myrup. 11.35 1 keg Uold Eagle Hyrup 115 • Jacket Maple h.vrup 150 111 Mm No. 1 Island rice 100 30 I be rolled oats 100 1 package (piall Rolled oats 10 W« have .secured the agency for tins tine brand of rolled oats and can aow sell It for 10 cents. A Car Just In. We guarantee it superior to all others. Sugar cured hams, per n» . II Pic Nlc ham, per lb 10 100 Iba Divide spuds 130 lUO lbs Greeley potatoes (genuine) ISO 100 lbs Columbine flour fl 0& 100 lbs Ullage flour. 105 100 Ijoiigmont Patent . j oo We Want Your Trade Will give you more goods for your money than any ether house iu Colorado. Hoses & Allen Two Stores, 102 H. Union Ave. Cor. Mixth and Manta Ke. 1 i R. A. CROSSMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Criminal Law a Specialty. Prompt Attention Given to Pension Claims Room 1 over Postoltlce, Pckbi.o. l ! ALL. UItAIIAM, CIIAH. R.HAXTON, President. Cashier. WESTERN NATIONAL BANK; ; Unlou Ave. and C 8 tree I, Pueblo, Colorado Authorized Capital, - - $200,000. Paid In Capital, • - - 50,000. Surplus, 175.001. Notice. Anything wanted in the lino of 1 acavonger work will be attended to i by leaving orders at the city hall : ar coruer of Box Elder and Summit avenue. Martin Hughrb, City Scavenger. ( MM———————i—l MONEY SAVED: By Buying Your Jewelry of ( McCLTJER, THE LEADING JEWELER OF PUEBLO 1 We buy for spot cash very cheap and 1 sell at a correspondingly low figure, giv- i ing our customers the benefit of our , bargains in purchasing. We pay no rent, therefore can sell goods lower than thoee who do. Fine watch repairing a , specialty. Allkinds of engraving done with neatness and promptness. First- • Jlass repairing. A full line of optical i goods. , W. L. McCi.CK.it, 600 8. Union Ave., south of viaduct. Better Than Banks The New York Life Insurance Company, ASSETS $148,000,000. SURPLUS $17,000,000. fn Existence Fifty Years. Has always paid dollar for dollar Inoartyour life Unlay; tomorrow may lie too late If you have any one dependent upon you It Is jrourduty to Insure At the end of 10,18 or 30 year* your policy . CAN BE CASHED IN COIN Investigate by addreaelng WM. GAFFNEY, Oea'l Agt., 114 Central Blk„ Pueblo. Tickets are oa sale to all points reached by the Denver A Rio Grande, Ua(« PiciOo ijriua. lock 1,1.. d ro * u - Itartlßfftok foot* ud ,0 coa ■Mlaf Nan ant, wnt, aorta tad •oatk. Oman aad faHabla lafmat OM Ohm, e*aa. «aa>la« oar PJsßsespSsSfissseA aad hqt|i The Bessemer Indicator THE INDICATOR P. BYRNE8, Editor and Proprietor. Publlidied Every Haturday at Bessemer, Colo. Entered at the Postofflce at Pueblo, Colo., um aecond cImm matter. Prick of Subscription. One Year fl 00 Six Months 60 | Silver is touching bottom. It is fluctuating this week between (111 and 64 » cents, but the change will bood come. 1 Pueblo has au anti-cigurrette society 1 that is endeavorisg by moral suasion to check the miserable habit of cigarette 1 smoking. Tbs society has the best wishes of the best people. The chances are even that the United States senate will do President Cleveland's bidding in regard to pass ing the Wilson tariff bill. Grover’s star is again iu the ascendency. C'ARniDATRs for the various munici pal offices to be distributed iu this town next April are becoming very num erous. It is a free pitch in aud the lucky ones will win. Parly politics will cut a small figure. The benefits of the Bessemer stee works would he materially iucreased to the entire community if the labor were given to lacal workingmen. There is a very promineut ik connected with the possibilities of the works. The Colorado senate decided to act on the legislation of tho lower house with a vengeance and the way the tsrrible majority is murdering the bills is a caution. Senators Drake and Pryor have been L lost sight of in the senatorial cyclone. The miners of Cripple Crsck are holding out for an eight hour shift while the owners of the mines are equally determined that there shall he nine hour shifts. A number of the mines arc at present shut dowu until the miners coine to terms, which may not be before the scrubby mountain asp puts on its green mantle. Owing to the increased and extortion ate rates demanded by fire insurance companies, many citizens of Pueblo are discussing with commendable enterprise the advisability of organizing a local stock company, aud the efforts of the moving spirits are meeting with much assurance of good will and support. An increase of about one-thind ou the rate of insurance on all expiring pol ices has caused the people to rebel. Property owners aud merchants will welcome the organization of a local in surance company conducted on a safe and economical plan. There is now hope of an early ad journment of the state legislature. The senate saw no quicker way out of it than to break the deadlock and agree to legislate, nothing to be considered I except bills reported up from the lower* bouse. The senate minority and the R representatives were jubilant and shout- l ed for joy; but their merriment was of | short duration. With great huste and [ recklessness the determined majority f went at the bills and is now legislating i with a vengeance murdering them as | fast as they can get their bauds on them, and with a possible exception of one or two bills they will all fall under the terrible axe of the executioners. There is no mercy, no repentance. The mighty senators are there to do and they are doing. On Wednesday things got so lively in the senate chamber that the representatives quit business and went up stairs to witness the deadly work. They saw their work of a month destroyed in a moment The members were so mad they they couldn’t swear, so they just lauged and yelled “sie’em." Now perhaps the advockts of state roads and bridger and canals and what nots will pack their little kits and go home. A Dialogue. Johnny Justright—“Is this Super intendent Robinson?" Supt. Robinson—“It is; whnt do you want?” J J.—“I want work.” S. R.—“Do you life here?" J. J.—“ Ho, sir.” 8. R.—"Ah! Where did yon work?" J. J.—“In South Chicago." 8. R.—“That’s good.” J. J.—“And Milwaukee.” 8. R.—“That’s better.” J. J.—"And Joliet.” 8. R.— “That’s best. You are no doubt a good fellow. Now, my man, will you work for 91.80 a day and no kicking?” “I will.” “And sing my praises without extra charge?” “I will.” “Johnny, youPe a man of my choice. Come Into the fold.” Manager Chubbuck and 8npt. Martin of the Pueblo City Ry. Co. informs the ImxcATox tint the work sf ennetmi t lag the new line to the Inks wifl pe«. icntd ntoRon, u*i ma«« bsMct at yjs* aa»■■ m BESSEMER, COLORADO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10,1894. THE CITY COUNCIL. THE GAIfEWELL FIRE ALARM SYSTEM KNOCKED OUT. And a good knock out it was—Mayor Dempsey did the work The Pueblo St. Ry. Co. gets a franchise to the lake -And the Bullen Bridge Co. gets a reduction of s34o—Consolida tion ordinance read and election called for March 15—Other items of interest. There was an unusually large at -8 tendance of spectators at the city hall * Wednesday night, brought together by the report which had been circulated to the effect that there was to he a wordy y afar over the Gamewell fire alarm * affair. At a special meeting Saturday e night the council had decided to buy 1 the system at a cost of SI,BOO. but the mayor was not at that meetiug and when he learned of what had been done c he interposed a strong objection. 1 The first business of the meeting was 1 to entertain h<s objection. Among 8 other things Mayor Dempsey dcclurcd the action of the council very strange, said it looked suspicious, aud stated that it was illegal and that the action 1 of the special meeting in contracting for ' the system would not be binding on B him; he would Dot sign a warraut for * payment of the apparatus. neither would Treasurer Funk rash it. Bis opposition was effective, and the alder K men meditating ou the affair, uo tight > wun made. Aid. Panuelmker moved to “ have the minutes of the special tueet -1 ing stricken from the record. Attorney ‘ Leonard advised that the action of the council on that meeting be first re considered. This was done and Aid. t Puuuebaker’s motion carried without opposition. Marshal Shay reported five arrests 1 and Judge Darnell reported the dis- I position of all cases. Treasurer Funk ‘ reported that he had cash ou hand to the amount, of $1,768.43. Clerk John ston reported having received $1169.42 . for January. All reports received. The committee on annexation ceu -1 sisting of Fisher, Pannebaker aud Miles, reported having done nothing in i the premises ns they concluded that [ they lisd no power to act, and suggested r that the mayor call the election, t Concurred in. On motion of Aid. Miles it was de cided to purchase u cart and 300 feet ot - hose for No. 3 and move the apparatus of No. 3 to the north-western part of the city. Ordinance No. 80, granting right of way to the lake to the Pueblo City Ry. Co. whs placed on fiunl passage. Ordinance No. 81 relating to an nexation was read, the election being called for March 13. the date set by Pueblo. The committee on public works re ported fovorably on deducting $340 for 17 days delay to viaduct material in transportation, the city clerk giving it as his opinion that the bills of lading showed that many days delay. Re port concurred in. A special meeting was called for the following Friday night to pass the an nexation ordinance. I* Mayor Lou Strait of Pueblo was p present at the meeting and occupied a j) chair on the platform. TAKING A BRIGHT VIEW. How President J. C. Osgood Views The Situation. President J. C. Osgood of the Colo rado Fuel and Iron Co. was interviewed this week by a Denver News reporter concerning the plans and prospects of the company and gave the following gratifying information: "1 am satisfied that the bonds are provided for all right; only a few formalities remain to be observed. I consider that a most creditable thing for our state. “While the loan was decided to be necessary from the first talk of consoli dation nnd did not arise in the lea9t from the panic, yet, wheu I started operations in September last, there was a decided prejudice against us, pretty much everywhere. “What do we propose to do with the money? O, many things. It will go to increasing our plant and improving it up to date. In this way'we expect to enlarge our output materially and at the same time decrease the ratio of ex penses. This will enable us to make exceedingly tempting propositions to a large number of big; industries that now pay enormous freight bills to get their goods here, but which might just as well lie using our Colorado raw material and save their cash. Take tool steel, for (vxample, there's an im mense quantitj of that used here—not a bit but comas from the East at present. We’lL change (hat. Then there’s structural iron and any number of other items I. could mention.** A New Paper. “The Studewt at Work,” is the name of a new, neat and spicy right page little journal published by the students of the Central High school, vrlth May Reynolds, Owen O’Connor and Ctnland Rohm aa editors. The Student Is wall IBM with shslss echool noted, has a good advert Mag pnU— — a and tea Iwelaann wMjjtfMi tn the Jeaiiißnki Hjm.- ,;iA -SSsfc hk- uv* THE IRON OUTLOOK. SOME FEATURES OF THE PAST WEEK. Indications that there is an upward tendency in iron circles—lt can’t come too soon. The improvement in the iron trade shown in increasing sales has continued the past week, aud there is u more general disposition to concede better ment. Prices, however, are just as low as in the week preceding. It may be that the hopes of sellers have some influence upon their judgment, hut the belief is expressed that some of the buying seen in the last ten days is the result of the convictiou that the depth of the market has been reached, and that the first signs of hardening prices may lie looked for very soon. It would be difficult to be too con servative in making any statement on the subject of prices, but there is ground somewhere on which the market will rest before any upward movement ensues, aud indications multiply that such a level has been reached. Pittsburg aud Eastern markets re port au increased tonnage iu the week just ended, both in raw and finished material. Pig iron has shown ouly slightly in creased inquriy, but iu soft steel billets Eastern inquiry has led to several good sized sales at Pittsburg, ranging from 1.000 to 4,000 tons. The price was iu the neighborhood of $16.60, but there is a report that $16.26 was touched iu one transaction. It is believed that billets arc lower in proportion tbsu other material, and that this depart ment of the market will be one of the flr9t to recover. Recent pig iron tran ■actions have included liberal buying by pipe foundries, cbiefiy in the East. Stove foundries show a trifle more activity, and car wheel iron has been in some demand, but only in car loads, as against round lots last year. Charcoal iron is being called for to a semewhat greater extent for malleable purposes, but 200 tons is a large sale. Productiou has been signally curtailed in charcoal grades, and any change in the market is likely to be in the direc tion of better prices. The jobbing foundry trade still waits for distinct sigus of improvement, and meantime buys in the long prevalent small lot way. Rolling mills and steel plants are struggling for work iu the same spirited way, aud the increasing consumption of their.product has uot yet begun to tell in anting the appetites of the price cutters. On the part of some authorities in the trade there is a disposition to think that some of the activity lately noted is due to the strengthening im pression that the Wilson bill can not pass the Senate in anything like the present form, and that with the income tax feature eliminated, there must he a substantial increase in duties in many lines; or that the present session at least will see uo change in the Me Kinley act —From the Iron Trade Re view. Another Obstacle. Another obstacle in the way of an nexation has presented itself to Aider man Barndoliar of Pusblo. He has dis covered that that section of the new law relating to consolidation wherein it is provided that in case of consolidation the property of the two towns becomes the common property of the joint town, would make it obligatory on north Pueblo to pay off the $335,000 of indebtedness on the water works, and then donate the system valued at SSOO, 000 to the consolidated city. This munificent gift the people of north Pueblo are not prepared to make, and so the seeds of consternation and op position are being sown north of the sluggish Kaw. Mr. Barudollar says he has the best legal advisers in the city at his hack and therefore he can be accepted as the oracle of the north side. Did His Master’s Bidding. In. Wednesday’s Press appeared a scurrilous letter over the name of George Grafton in which Supt. Robin son is defended from imputations of the Indicator. As a matter of course the fellow did uot write the letter. It is plainly the work of one of Mr. Robinson's Fridays, for part of it is written in the third person, the stupid writer forgetting that he was personaj tingUrafton; besides the letter has well known car-marks. Grafton is made a dupe through whom Mr. Robinson and his Fridays sling mud. and the Robinson Bros, come in for high praise. The man Grafton has shown himself to be a cringing wietch and a dupe and will be looked upon by bis fellow workmen with the contempt he deserves. Mi Grafton does not. deserve mercy, yet for the sake of his job the Indicator will withhold for publication absolute evidence that whnt it reported in the last ieeue is true. The man was jumped oa by Bupt. Robinson and compelled to make a statement concerning the | article under dtncusrien. Mr. Robin , non In n mighty small man to hold down mots* important porition. Y alentineS The Choicest and Cheapest Collection of Valentines to be found in the City ot Perlet’s. Loce Valentines from 1 Cent to 28 Cents. H. P.ERLET, Evans and Summit ATTENTION, WORKINGMEN! D. A. Q-alusha has opened up a Restaurant at No. 1234 Routt avenue in the Young building, and will furnish good board at only--- $4.00 A WEEK. TURKEY DINNER Every Sunday after February 11. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us a call. D. A. GALUSHA. Paoprietor. Columbia Theatre, Formerly WONDERLAND. Night of January 27 and 28 “The Strategist” Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Ladies’ matinee 20 cts to all parts of the house. Ch ildren’s matinee lOcts. Regular Prices, 10, 20 and 30 cents. OUR PRICES We still sell 20 lbs of granulated sugar for one dollar WE LEAD IN EVERYTHING All Calif canned good* ..15 100 It. O O P flour.. 1.65 100 lbs Kitting Sun flour 1 56 Silver Bell flour 1.50 20 lbs granulated sugar .$l.OO 2lb Brick Favorite cod flsb . 15 2lb Brick Victor cod flsli . . 20 1 lb dried raspberries. . 25 2 lbs pitted cherries 35 2 lb L L raisins .25 4 lb cooking raisins 25 1 lb French prunes 10 1 lb Figgs '0 4 llis rice .25 100 lbs fine Del Norte potatoes. 120 , 1 pkg. Quaker rolled oats 10 , 1 pkg. Nudavene Flakes 10 5 lb pail Heinz’s apple butter GO 1 pkg coffee 25 3 tti Mocha Java coffee 1.00 1 can tomatoes 10 1 1 can corn 10 , lean blueberries. .10 2lb can corned beef 20 ! 2 lb can roast beef .20 2 cans salmon 25 10 lb pail pure lard 115' 5 lb pail pure lard 60 3 pkgs Monarch mince meat .25 7 lbs onions 25 , 10 lbs Mexican beaus 26 i 6 lbs Navy beans . .25 1 C. H. Quackenbush i Son , THE DETROIT FREE PRESS. The lurgent ami Lent Family Weekly In America. The Free Press has Just been enlarged to i twelve large seven-column pages each week. It Is Justly fnmed for Its great literary merit and humorous features. To each yearly ■ sukscrlher the publishers are this year giv ing a copy of the Free Press Portfolio of t “MIDWAY TYPES. - ’ : This urtlsth- production comprises twenty photographic plates, Hxll inches, represent ing the strange people that were seen on the Mld way Plalsance. The fares and fan tastic dress will be easily recognized la tinise who visited the Fair: others will And iu them an Interesting study. You get THE INDICATOR and the WEEKLY DETROIT FREE PRESS (Including premium “Midway Types") Both One Year for $1 50 Less than three cents a week will procure j hath of these most excellent paper* and furnish abundant reading matter for every 1 member ef the family. You cannot Invest $1.50 lo better advantage. In no other way can you get a* much for so little money. I SUBSCRIBE NOW. DO NOT DELAY Bring or send vour subscriptions t<> THE INDICATOR OFFICE The Old Reliable. E. C. Highberger & Co., successors to G. L. L. Gann A Co. who bought out the south side store extend a cordial invitation to Bessemer people to call on them for clothing, furnishings and shoes at hard times prices. Mr. Highberger is a genial gentleman who desires the acquaintance of evert man and boy in the steel works city. Burn Canon <2lty onnl; it is the best. Henson A Skloss sen It. Rm 4 tte INDICATOR. Great Rock Island Route TO THE EAST. BEST BIN,NS SNR SERVICE IN THE WNNLB. inns i hh'j As long a lime dh David reigned, so lon., has the Chicago, Itnck Island A- Pacific Hall? way run trains westward from ( hh-agn. 'lhe Hock Island U foremost in adopting any advantage calculated to improve speed and give that luxury, safety and comfort that popular patronage demands, it* equip ment Is thoroughly complete with vestlbuled trains, magnificent dining ears, sleeper* and chairs coaches, all the most elegant, and of recently Improved patterns. Faithful and capable management and polite, honest service from employe* are Important items. They are a double duty— to the Company and to travelers—and it i* sometimes a task difficult of Accomplish ment. Passengers on this line will tind little cause for complaint on that ground. The Importance of this Line can be better understood If a short lesson In geography be now recited. Wliat Is the great Kastern termini of the Hock Island Route?—Chicago. What other sub-Kastern termini has It?—Peoria. To what Important points does It run trains t<> the Northwest?—St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota and Watertown and Sioux Fall-. Dakota. To what Important lowa and Ni braska points— lies Moines. Davenport. lowa Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska. Doe* It touch other Missouri River points?—Yes; st. Joseph. Atchison, Leavenworth ami Kansas City. Does It run trains totlie Footblllsssi the Rocky Mountain*?—Yes; to Denver, ( • dorado Springs and Pueblo, solid vestlbul ed from Chicago. Can liii|H>rtant cities ot Kansas be reached by the Rock Islam! Route?—Yes; Its capital city. Topeka-amt a full hundred others in all directions in the State, and it Is the only mail running to ami into the new lauds opened for settlement in the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation. It will thus i|e seen that a line tapping, a* the Rock Island does.such a varied terrltnrv . has much ill that regard lo commend It to travelers, ns all connections are sure on the Hock Ishißil, and passengers can rely on a speedy Journey, ns over a bulk of the system through trains are run, ami It ha* heroine, and rightly too, the popular Line A very popular train on the Chicago. Rock Island A Pacific KaMwnv leaves nenver, Pueblo and Colorado Springs, daily. It Is called ‘-The World’s Fair Special,*’ is one (layout, and passengers arrive at Chicago early the second morning. The Hock Islaml ha* become a popular Colorado Line, and the train ntxivc referred to I* Vestlbuled, and carries the Hock Island excellent Dining Car Service. For full particulars as to tickets, maps, rates, apply to any cou|>on ticket office in tlie’Unlted, Canada or Mexico, or address: J NO. NKHAHTI AN, Oenl.Tkt.Et Pa**. Agt.,Chicago, 111. K ST. JOHN, (Jenl. Manager, Chicago, 111. J. (1. KELLER. Agent, Puehlo. Colorado. 100 dollars PER MONTH In Your Own Locality made easily and honorably, without capi tal, during your spare hours. Auy man, woman, boy, or girl can do the work hand ily, without experience. Talking un i necessary. Nothing like it for money ; making ever offered before. Our workers 1 always prosper. No time wasted in , learning the business. We teach you iu a night how to succeed from the first ‘ hour. You can make n trinl without ex pense to yourself. We start you, Aimish everything needed to carry on the busi ness successfully, and guarantee you against failure if yon but follow our simple, plain Instructions. Reader, if you are in need of read} money, and want to know all about the best paying business before the public, send us your address, and wc will mail you a docu ment giving you all the particulars. TRUK A CO., Box 400, Auguxta, Main*. • ‘U|. 'UMIi AN THE BACH * We are Offering this Week Men's Fine Stits, New, Nobby, Seasonable. Worth From $l5 to $25. for $7.50, $9.50 & $1 1.50! CHILDREN S SUITS A SPECIALTY The Bach Slioe & Clotliins Co. Corner of Santa Fe and Second St. Next door to the postoffice. M C GUIRK’S RESTAURANT.^ Recommended to the readers of the I mucator as the best place in j Pueblo at which to fret l.*» and cent meals. Short orders. You can gat I hoard by the day or week. Prompt and careful attention to every customer. i J. W ■ Mcdn hk, Prop. No. 132 N. Union Ave. THE PUEBLO FURNITURE CO., 315 South Union Avenue. FOR FURNITURE STOVES. ETC. ETC. ETC. T. \V. KYX< H, CORNER OF EVANS AND SI'MMIT AVENUES. BESSEMER. Dealer in Wall Paper Paints, Oil, Glass, Varnish and Brushes PAINTING, Paper Hanging, Kalsominingand Glazing done on Short. Notice, AH IVork Guaranteed. WORMLEY AND MURTHA’S PuebLO Steam Laundry. Corner of Union avenue and C street. hveryllling neat and (loan and all work first class, floods called for and delivered to any part of Pud do or Bessemer. i WORMLEY & MURTHA, Propr’*. IP ' IP. Sheeran i> Jcsn't quote any prices, but La permit* v)l 1 ()\J VI 1 v o*l "" ° ,le ,0 m " r ‘‘ Groceries and Provisions for a BIG | DOLLAR than lie dues.. lie is in TIIE LEAD and intends to stay there. Don’t ask questions, hut drop u and see him. You will call again ROUTT AVENUE. NEAR SUMMIT TUCHOCK BROS. M Kllf'll ANT TAILORS, 119 W>-st 2nd Street. Largest and Jdnest 'Stock of Domestic and 1m- L tPorted It 00/ens in the City. | K -O 0 THE INDICATOR JOB OFFICE FOR FINE PRINTING K O H THE INDICATOR JOB OFFICE pYirvts Letter Heads, Dodgers , Note Heads, Circulars Dill Heads, Logs Statements, Pamphlets hnvelopcs, Certificates Business Cards, Folders Visiting Cards, Counter Pads Postal Cards, Meat Tickets Posters, Etc., Etc. Only Newspaper In Bessemer. NO. 1.