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Daily Gazette, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1881, Colorado Springs, Colorado No 778 DAILY SPRINGS f iO Cents COUNTING THE VOTE A Joint Meeting of the National Houses Two Is Equal to Every At- tack From the Mormons the Pish In the State Legislature der of young was reported hy die ways nnd means committee with ion Bml indefinitely postponed After some the was ordered engrossed The resolution passed regarding ie corruption of etc was referred to special committee consisting of and The former two were afterwards excused from the IDAHO Holland an old resident of Idaho Springs was found dead jn his cabin opposite the depot this even ng He had been more qr less of a drinker ror the past live years NEWS Striking It Rich In Mexico New Reduction In Emigrant Rates On the Erie Road COLORADO Legislative DENVER February tbe house this senate No 5 relating to tbe fish commission ayes 26 nays 16 S B No lo providing lor a state caused an extensive and very spirited debate during which many sharp personalities were indulged is Lee was only speaker in support of the and made ofte of the best speeches of the session Finally on notion of Carpenter the of the was postponed until to-morrow at n o'clock in order that the reading of bouse bills might be proceeded with this being last day for passage of house bills by that Brush's appropriating for the ordinary expenses of judicial executive and legislative departments iSSl and 1882 was with clause The following bills being under tion in committee of the whole were reported bick with a recommendation to indefinitely postpone bills iSs 195 196 and 109 The following twere a that they do paw House bills 191 conceiving lotteries 217 concerning lotteries lit mechanics lien SJR No 13 providing for printing the school Wo in the Spanish S B 48 to protect tbe public to late the practice of medicine and for a stale board of medical examiners S B 122 lo amend fix and chargeable by county precinct and other S B 128 to repeal section S of an to and regulate the fees by precinct and other SB 131 to provide an extension appropriation The house this discussed the right of for irrigation ditches finals and tbe feeders of S B 58 ing the destruction of mountain lions H B 93 lo make provisions for settling of right to waters Nof irrigation ditches wa discussed at length by Lee Johnion nnd Gaunter Without action on the the committee arose and asked leave to sit H 14 to submit to the voters of the state an amendment to the extending the legislative session to seventy days and ing the pay of at four dollars per day and mileage at 15 cents per mile was patted SB 128 relating to state printing passed was reconsidered and the H B 22 regarding Hen law wss pitted H B Ac irf weed loco The home resolved itself into a committee of whole Brush presented a petition from the faram of Weld county in favor S B 93 After a long discretion the was returned with the lhat it pass The committee arose and the house ad- In the senate the committee on ways and means reported on the message and documents of the governor regarding the declaration of martial law in county and unanimously recommended bills be paid by the state DeFrance favored having tbe documents and thought the bills should he from the military fund or by the county ia which the trouble originated John aid although a democrat he would defend the committee's report and maintained that the governor bad a right to order out the militia In this case He concluded by ing the governor's action Weston defended the governor's action ing lhat the sheriff endeavored to obtain the uie of tbe militia of the county hot they refused to respond and the only course was call on the governor Finally the report was agreed to S B the Leadvtlle- riot hill from the general file and on third read ing by a vote of 19 ayes to 4 S B 163 providing for payment of tbe county incurred through the THE yarn WASHINGTON February galleries of the house were crowded in anticipation of the electoral count but no excitement as there was years ago The morning hour was dis- with and went into a tee on the legislation rose without concluding Mr Singleton offered a resolution extending privilege of the floor to the ladies who could not secure gallery seats Adi pled Shortly after noon the president and tbe ate arrived a seat on the right band of Speaker Randall and tbe took the fro it row of desks The vice president called the assembly to order and The two houses being assembled pursuance of i the constitution tbe votes may now be counted and declared president and vice president it my duty under the constitution as president of the senate to open the of election from the several states of the union in the presence of the two houses and I now proceed to dis- charge that duty The tellers having taken their places tbe vice president said I open the package to counting the certificates of election of the slate of ma and hand the certificate to be reported Senator read the certificate slowly showing tea votes lor Hancock and English and the vice president The vote of Alabama having been recorded by the open and hand to of other states rne proceeding was in Mr Reagan then moved to dispense with reading Agreed to certificate showed five of the votes of that state for Hancock and English for- Garfield When Georgia was reached read the certificate Springer demanding the reading in full It that on December 8th the eleven of were for Hancock and English The vice president said the that vote of Georgia wai cast on a day other than that fined for the ing of by act of confess In snince of the constitution this certificate will not be recorded until in the language of the resolution under which this count proceeds it will appear whether the Counting or omitting to count of such votes will change the result of the election Illinois other states in order ed Tbe tellers footed up at the close of the reading and announced that lEe whole number of electors voting was 369 o'clock the vice announced that time appointed for counting the toral vole had arrived Tbe senate with the vice-president at its head proceeded to tbe hall of tbe house of representatives Upon its re- turn the senate received from the re- ports of the tellers of the uo houses accoa a preamble reciting the with the resolution of the two houses are of the opinion that the constitution and lava have toly of facts set forth -is necessary CASK FOR SERVICE The house committee on war to day to report adversely upon Representative to provide for the of unpaid claims Those officers now alive of the revolutionary who served to the close of the war of independence and who are so re- turned on the books of the The as adopted would have involved the payment of several million dollars Democracy Ntn February to the action of the committee on foreign affairs the World It to he seen what the house proposes to do by the way ol giving force and effect to what tbe of the house has said Thete is no need of oratory on the subject but there is need of action which shall tbe democrats that the house has not forgotten the teachings of Jefferson or turned the whole pirt of the national democratic party Murray and tot NEW YORK February Mu ray of Utah said lo a reporter day I never had a clearer or more forcible conviction in my life than that according to the laws of the United that Allen G Campbell -u the citizen who received Ibe number of voles and was consequently to congress All the side issues with which tbe people hove sought loj and all the lull about icc ell from sight in Ibis clear and jle atmosphere of facts and law Judge iride who 19 with Murray at the hotel says he can furnish evidence at the toper time Ilia will the opinion ol governor Murray nnd Bonds NEW YORK 9 Silver Money fairly active Governments steady Stocks closed weak allowing are the Western Union C P bonds f 13 Quicksilver ijj R G old 3 Veils G I R G stock 97 Iron Co anama -.268 96 Pacific Iron Co U P Block Central Pacific 88 It Bloh SANTA KE February strike of free old in the Del Gado mine in New is realing considerable excitement here mine s owned by the New Mammoth Consolidated Mining company 1 wo buckets full of ore gave ne thousand dollars in gold and assays tan as igh as fifty dollars to the ton From lacers at the foot of this mine a nugget worth wo thousand dollars has been taken A fight between a gambler and a cowboy lear Farmington resulted in the killing of the An attempt to lynch the gambler was by the killing of seven men One more of Colonel Potter's murderers has een caught Senator February is a slow eak from the Oliver men to various candidates nd from the democrats to no choice f has yet been made NEW fire broke out his morning in a five story Iron front building 162 to 68 New Church street Tbe building occupied by the Electric company as a manufactory The fire gained headway and spread to the first and floors About 160 men and boys nd over thirty were employed In the Building and the wonder if that none were As the smoke was densely thick and some men slightly singed n dating down of tain The girls wete panic stricken All were on the top floor and the was too dense o them to their exit by tbe stain iut a man named Herbert who ran the building giving the to bis came to their and tn Owl to the fire escape tnd all were toon KANSAS CITY February 9 A delegation of influential stock men from Colorado and Mexico called at the office of the Com- Indicator to authorize the denial ol the report to wipers slating rhat hundreds of cattle were dying with epi demic diseases Tbe facts are that a few cat leare dying in New Mexico from eating what is known W loco weed which starts earlier upon it Its is confined to certain localities and is lot general and disappears as soon as tbe comes Lxt May Indicator published an analysis of the loco weed furnished by tbe de of at Washington all lock men agreed that while tbe disease caused ly it is usually fatal it is in no Wise an epi- demic A being circulated in be west for the appointment of a committee to urther examine into the and discover in antidote if possible if Home Bad Weather East f tsi February 9 flic large ind small streams in this are causing great damage by overflows and much greater injury is threatened MAM LA 9 A storm wind an t rain from southwest struck Ibis town it half past three sweep me away every I 111 place including the depot and telegraph No lives were lost but lose everything in the way of and provisions on the Rail II is 1 y and fatal accident occurred tin Antes northwest cily evening A construction Iram on the Ohio Mississippi railroad was nackiriR towards at a of miles per hour m order to give the pas epger train a free passage northwest The workmen on the tram had teen laying new and up old ones and had a flat car ull ol iron just in front of the caboose f five or thirty workmen were crowded into ic caboose and tbe passenger train was at an immense speed in order to make up Inst time and tbe two collided with a fearful shock The engine of tbe pas train tore through the caboose pushing le occupants am ing tbe masses of iron on tbe a car killing three Jones W and H McPerson and wounding ic following Louis Silby of the assenger tram seriously J Jacob 1 Chas McGowen Frank Green Owen Gleason Chas Dan D mabue John and ors of the responsible for be accident Theadore will appear as Peter White light also in all his changes in the second ct of Patchwork and in addition as tbe Vidow in Aladdin several acts f which will be produced the residence ol Mr i P in this city February 9 1881 W L Slutz officiating John M nd MUs Emma Gilstrap both of this city FOR SALE biOR matched pony team with or without phaeton gentle in harness pnd saddle Enquire of Prof Wagner North Tejon b 8 if SALE Chicago lumber from C twenty dollars up at corner of Pike's eak and Nevada avenues b 6 tf SAI and two lots on street adjoining John Curr's residence inquire of J A on the b SALE Upright piano ih use 9 months r Prof Wagner North Tejon SALE Ranch two miles fiom town 160 acres in 120 under fence This ranch has the oldest water right on a well up ditch It will be sold at a bargain Also nme property in Colorado City Apuly at NEW February of nearly every city of the United Slates have during the as com- pared with the corresponding week oj last rear According to tbe Public table of ing bouse exchanges show tbe following in- Per Cent few 6 Cincinnati New San o Kansas City 47 Cleveland 33 Hartford r New St 2 Lowell The exchanges for the entire month at New York and Boston were greater than ever be fore Niw YORK February 9 The Erie railway hat again reduced the rates of to tbe and rs now idling tickets to fo three dollars other in SALE A shares in two 1 peeling companies Skillful prospectors n field Box 456 P O f 8 tf purchase a first bridle and California saddle Address G R this office lady to accompany a lady and child to Philadelphia Expenses ill be paid Enquire at No I Cascade w bny about 15 years old to learn the printing trade tf WANTED One thousand laborers for D R G extensions Apply to J A Alam aa D C Dodge R F Weitbrec Colorado Springs j 23 if WANTED To rent a house of six or eight rooms Enquire of Loring S Richardson Denver Rio Grande railway of- ice lo pasture Best of fUd as hay was not cut the past season Within one mile of tow n Apply to G S Holmes care Hooker Co im FOR RENT OR Furnished rooms te tl cor bSt i py Dr S F Y AT K p CO o 23 if METALLURGICAL DEPARTMENT ANALYSIS Toe professor in charge been instructed o attend personally to such work as may be ent in by tbe public Lots of ore weighing from one ton down will and sampled and all result will be guaranteed A portion of the crushed ore will bo when request is made so that de- ire may check the work The money received or will he refunded and also the beck paid for if the results obtained reliable do not tbe rork done at the College Samples may be leit at be office of the Wing Mining Co over First Rational ank or large lots at the College Samples cot by mail or express will receive prompt at- tention Instruction in Assaying will be at 20 for a of three months and the cost of used by the student Application be made to WM M- Professor of Mining and Metallurgy Or lo E P TENNEY President 30 361 The public will find Of Driving for and Competent HALL Troubadours Farewell to Theadore MR and WHITE Admission 50 and cents Diagram of HaV and Tickets now ready at Aiken 4 Hunt City Notice That A A be pointed purchasing agent for the city of rado Springs and just compensation b allowed for such services and that hereafter n hills will be allowed by the city duly cer lined by tbe purchasing agent and lhat thi te J fui week in th daily for the information of all coo Adopted by tbe city council February 7 A A o 10 6 Qty desk Low other Stable HOTEI S WINTER QUARTERS SPRINGS ias been pnt in shape and rders and l and look at the accommodations and get prices B B ml estate Agents MONEY Have for Sale I'D LOTS DEN and lave Money to Loan on Good Security in to Suit itil and Sell County and City Warrants and Secured Notes FOR Good two story frame house of 7 rooms on Nevada good cellar newly papered and all in good order city water nd good sized trees it lot on a comer lasy terms of payment Price The fine property Jn known as the situated on an eminence a most magnificent view Tbe is large nnd very handsomely furnished as a stable attached and large grounds The lace is a Toost desirable one fora gentleman f means and can be soli if applied for soon t a very moderate price House of 7 rooms 2 stories on N Weber treet City water Frice Neat of 3 on lot evada avenue one block from tbe centre of New fence around the lot If soW oon can be disposed of at a to cash uyer Just the place for a business man House of- 6 with liable on ft corner it on N Weber street One of the desirable locations in town Frame bouse of 6 rooms on N Webex street ast an excellent location Pi ice One story brick bouse of 4 on corner ot on S Weber street Price Cottage of 5 root on S are ba ot feet Price New hoase of 9 work on Nevada ave The haj a indow and large closets and la fitted stands nce House of 2 rooms with closets coiner lot facing east on N the JOT nce Two story frame house of 7 on N Nevada near the centre of town is a location ic a good rent b always obtainable For sale at a mode ale figure Also residences and several which we should be pleased to bow to anyone at our office n Well fin story of 71 avenne Pike's Pf city water desirable Per month A nice new bouse on North Weber in one if the neighborhoods ia town Six rooms water Per month furnished of two on Per month A good stable Per month Office on Tejon Street Opposite and POST OFFICE BLOCK Colorado Springs Colorado Patrons will nnd ibis house the most ble in the city Rites t day 34 tf GRAVES THE Cor and Cascade Offers Rate at Lowest Bates Ladies and will find under its a Quiet Orderly Home per day to per a 25 S SESSIONS Contractor Post Office P O Box 155 K Offers his Goods He will sett by jard of FOR SALE A SIX-ROOMED FRAME HOUSE on h t 4 4 Opera House b 19 tf CLOSING OUT or Millinery fancy At Woolen Hoods Knit Sicks Felt Slim and Slankets Table Linen at Cost Toweling iWu 7 to 15 cents per yard Goode at 1214 15 20 cents per yard very cheap CHICAGO Si OK Opposite Postoffice b a tf P ERICKSON ESTABLISHED IN 1839 Makers of S Standard tollable Soaps The four leading soaps around the world are Kirk's American family Satinet White and Savon All soaps bearing tbe name of Jas S Kirk antee their absolute real worth and uine washing qualities For by groccia everywhere Stockholders Meeting Notice is hereby given the irig of tie of Jim can Mining Company will be held ia the ty clerk's office in Colorado Springs on diy the 224 of February 1881 at IO o'clock a m for the election of trustees and tr tion of proper to such meeting FRANCIS B Colorado Springs January 31 1881 32 if 1 S El WESTERFIELD IS H
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