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   Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1890, Colorado Springs, Colorado                        iy... country nnd probiihly uf thr munuficttjrertr- It wlppd oill TMm.-sU ,10 eight 3> tinlf rntitnj Otr n Ci'incciiAluH' of "ilu'ir pr'ijiierly'li fhe Hdi'iible iinuld Committed by a 'Brooklyn Anarchist rhtrket forlib.nl'ontv. Give them a tfllil -and we know lll IjkcUhem. r .Ubuntryan'd'Eurapo !-'.v'' ff'ojn. _' tiTH ahil.lhjj -Wader a' Bftving Wnhiap; ft- 1802. an -autfr for U'la waaon 6f thu jw- lUa prevlout Wl .Ten died tf'uia pneumonia of. Paulino; yT JiflJ this moming from i began- in 'an "apparently th'o prevailing Influenza., Hoffman, assistant sapcrtn- taken to UcKi-viie' this of.U Mripp-., from which the past three v tbsixiv. Jsaaary 4: The. Tnflur'nz'a uj iu appearancoAi'.JLivcri'UoT, dirccllV traceable" to' Igttnfron Itirssla. Sro'Ct. Jtnuary 4. Tbc'dowagcrem- has the Inlliieozs. nt Uallscba'o-have, closed nijj lo tlic influenza. January-4. The three i in this city have closed, ing prostrated by Inllu- U.. January. 4 Captain hfa'.P. Slunlols. a prominent insurance uj liud srray man, died of In Tbe attack, becan .yesterday, inlojtypboid pneumonia (n the "J terinltnitcd fatally Ibis Out.'. January 4.' Tbc 1 wG at the Smart aclurtu'tJ cum jursndO'Mltt Co-have been com- to shut down Owing to a larxe .ttlBberiif their employes being ill with, Jaou'nry-4. Tbe.' .ten'ths in for the reached-lbe uneijuirtletl uumbcr of 327, of ttirh A1) WTWUI to acute lunc; nirl traccshte. in .great' part to inlltlifnZA. j'-Biooyisniov, III.. January 4 .There ok coanir. are ij 4tf nlsbt. There arc a -5n TJlopmloijtoni but Jheyareof smiMjTarlcly'. InwaT Isousrv f'Tbc i isv rtiire MCTnwe thnn 200-cascs in 'Davcnoort. .The spread. the past COLCXIICJ'. J.snuatj 4. The sen Korlil cpntcit In a preaj measure rrrtrf selection of. offlcers of. bot_b i is clmmeS _ WJCus onmitlMinm aro'ln the isit.-m of fur .senator' to the cx- lat tbifhii fricnJs have beyn recog; The camllJiites are positive fotilicr A Mm IXSll.- Jaiitmry of the lurycil im'p.T iiia'litifiu'tuilnf concerns )n tliis n.cai.itul of IlonO liavo bi'tir- cutUfitti'd fv. Uy .an .Mfci.iioGRNE; 'Tim., fedora llrt'ii'ouhfvniitcv will upvrt'hciu uti Kcb- rnary "lit'.'.- Uolrputeii 'will- prestyit llltrnrit to 4 Kour burned trtdciilh at fiecbet's jump, scveiily'-flyc tnllcs up the sl'U.rivLT on.Thursday night; It Is supposed-tbar ill were intoxttnii'd. i" ;J' January 41 he Joint .convention .mut at Thirty" JiH'inl.iorit mrc" six Hliort of a quorum' Thcymijourcod till Holiday HI no.m. The: iliitnocrain claim that.they will yet fitful their difference and elect two Kcnntnrit. Ohio. .January 4 Gen-1 cral J. VVnrrtH been appoint KtcoriverofHic. N._Wblti-ly Hcujtirr one of the .largest manufacturers of reapers, etc ..In the world Suits 800.000 had ficen filed when this-action. wag taken. January '4 Tirard.. premier anil minister of commerce.- has circular.ictter Jo lltt chambers of :pom- mtjc-.c tUroujjlioul.Frnncif askiug i would giving in any traile the right eleofious- for. of 'commercial, crime wea dlwovercd he killed hTmself.- Por'two daj's apd; nights bo bad emeu and slept alongside the I'ccomposinfr bodies of hls'wlfc and child. morning a "man went to tbc Tshatity nbetc the 'family lived to gc't his" Ing, the dead woman a laund row. but could not get .any response to knocks'. He .notified tbc 'pollcp and no officer rained ytho front-window and climbed In.' -As a maniac with juattcd'harr and brard bounded, (torn Ibe r'car room and pointing a revolver at the- ofllocr told him tu-got out.' The [lo'.lcc- man jxlrcaled' but hearing a pistol ahot returned', to.the! shanty and made the terrible-discovery noted CnmoiKndrr 'WAStri'sV-Tiox. January 4 The .navy ile'pattatcnt infornlud toba McQowan. jr., cominaodius Ibe Uuited State's ulcamcr -Sw.atira on the Asiatic station, lieeu Couilcmney by tbc medical bonrd of survey. No one has yet be'en. selected to saccccd him in Command of tlic Teasel. Incllc.tlun. DEPAIITUBNT, WASHINGTON. Jpn- 4, 10 p.m Indications' fur mcnclng Sundny, at 7 a, m. For' followed by .local win or snow, -variable, winds, (lightly Voider In and northern poc- lions. temperature in the stSithwest portion. liot-sros; TCI.. January, 4.' For'thc pant forty eight .hours ralu b pouring In torrenla all -over Tc jiearly every railroad.has stftTrred from WAthnuw Thft is over the tracks of lllc Southern.PaciBc.in several placed, but no-.damaKC. has yet resulted. Fears are" eniertaiac.d.'as the- jiver ii ttill rit- The cblid bad been strangled to death with a rope.' The Interior of thcjhjinty evidence thit- Mrs. Fraoken was a neat' housekeeper.- Over tUe mantel hung the auarchltts exe- cuted iu Chicago and piclurU of other anarchists painted "by Frauken were about the room. Mrs: Frndken sympa tjhtzcd with her when he said the entire family would be better off destt.tUan alive she agreed with him: that ti poison 'her and with .-itbit. end In.; view Frankeo pnrchMed- paris" gret-o. .He bu been xas, and- 111 I 111 UP., ltlT'obe 1ng..tbat mucb damage will result. Hoboanrr y. B.VTII. ilnnusr5'.4 The schooner' Itouclns Oesrb'irn. reported- capsized off tbc it owned by. Co.. of tbif city, wbohavcflo otl'icr inrmmaticin'UT-llie Ipsscpf thi! th n Hint in I fit.i -proltattli! that Co. will, st.irt.a tug tbc river in search of :-Jt is at KO.OOU. Connlrl of Aulbnrlty. January- 4. con- flict'crf aaihority here befwcen 'luc city anil itste The. lalter_rlaim the rixTirtoiirilp diseased cattle into the be pBT int" 'Ue fertiliT.tr tanks.. The city that there is dungcr tbst of these cattle will be Kent 16 the-slaughter houses, and Mayor Creglor this'niornlnjr ordered the health couwiinioncr to'it-cp them .ourat all taw or-noJaw. with the situation'aod-'are not! A h'p.niTe other TforEKA. 4 ''Judge Uuthrte granicd-ibo from, the caucus In Fuller, to account for, nominated the hooks show ft In his poMCMloo aqd b  day .not only Ibe CJllld; bqi. rprjjiu- I that Or. Nam'be held.- to await iKi.nof. Oie '.Jury forprac 'BlMlrJBc't.HhuUt a-license.'-Al 03c.t pet a license ho la in a cor- Be'rlalmt that a better if I to recover from the pfBcert company fo- the beficfll of policy-hold- ers certain which they claim to of ibo legislature afitJ othert ft and tha.1 are banded to iutippotfuon io chcsp ia Iht medical profctslon. X. The mur3cfor nm clpjired up. Mn. EmroV the .tTp-bwrlter1. icilly a prisoner and rcits-.tiprtn her. Tho police tllocrther' dropped the butRlar befn learned that Mrs. -tinoonjclmn when -the- Mrt. Knlffpn'i di-sth j r a powerful, anivituelic admin- "M IQ ,tnin. r-iiion th.t fai. but I'lirwll will h.Vc iho Is as innocent as the itiptlvt Is lacking except'aV a rumor fbat there exlslcd rutocll.'and .Dr, Knitted a least unlawful. t... Uepuh- uiuiaiiieu nn articlu nl maklne Rotfwater latter twore for the.arrvM of Vnndcr- Wihjii.nfjni. lU'pubiican. 'criminal libel. -'Uall "Uflr jHM V thk hearing I Wlrtow ary 4. .Maria nf (ifn w- t lhl! L- assistant attorney an'd Dr. If d an r. irilrv ot the douiocratlo e with 3 Jw. 4. The etesnitr Harlow from the west coast of Newfoundland reports .that .while at bajr a mcafenjer anlved frpm Flowers' cove, on the atrallfof Be-le Isle: inforrnlriR tho Kovcrnmcnt that l-'W funii'.iM-are condition and rdlef reached 'death would L-ertatnly occur from the Ice failed to reach the destitute liar bor, but thcro'lt possibility of reach' Ing the place west toast. Cala "Tc'c- crapbicreivjrta. let the' officers of Ibe Southern Pacific company; Ibat Ihe fall of on the mnun of the Pacid mllrrfsH, is AtouiffmU Ihere'is'siitecn feet on-'tho level and twtlvo feet at Entrant Gap. With inclr -rotuy plowt the rallroafls In general successfully kept the 'Hnci eastward open -Ibis wlnler. The eastern trains two have occo delay-oil now. however, but it il thought 'Strangle? HJs BaW With, a Rope, Whpn; Ris; Orimo. is DiBoovarod: He Outi tivcs -Twapdyg-Bcside-tbo '-'ith January 4.' tn brooklyb to-ilaj'.thc Was made, that u'i L.'Krilbkcn.' att .jmsrchlit., bad cboVed his .child to death .'.an-i polioocd tells ibis is. one if the letters left. In be also says be. was insane, driven to bv [xiTeny and the prospect of being able to'hetter bis condition. On Tuesday the wife cleaned up house and-tten drank a dote of thi- Pins grt-.-n, when she.hegsn to suffer, rolling on. the bed In InveoK agony. plteoatly tor relief FranVcn put a bullet In her brain. Then the cnlld called Intojhe rootri lnho- _ cent m bis arm. drew a -clothes line about Its neck and pulled, it 'taut and kept it' while watching the poor child's feeble itrugg'ler Tighter and tighter was the rope drawn .until, it-cut intu the yielding flob when the father tied U ani] laid the dead -babe beside its luptber Then F.mnkcu'8 cowardice ntanifratcd itself .and he did -not kill b.iiniwlf. Slncr Tuesday tic 'had. cooled his uwn ntrKU itd alone-, only killing hTnv wti-n aliout to fall lot" tHf bands of "TWIettert' which he left and; -which :-ntfrrvi were' addressed -'to J. C.-Scott. No. California ftrcet. fan Fraricisrn. Henry Kautt, 604 UfaYIIaoh .street. San Fran- Cisco, and Corancr Lindsay. Ue request- ed that the bodies be cremated. ._ ____ Tariff kaarlnrt WASIUSOTOS. January 4 At tic bear.' ineof the. ways and meant committee today. VTtnr Bright, of Sewwk.- N. reprcsentrbE the Baxdrisaer operatives of tliat sectloD, Mked on flax be increaKd to t90 per ton. He, said the Indiistiyla tbls country IB-, languishing because o.f.ioiuf albneT trary to Bgr.ctroprit. The. EvUnsvillc und Si. Louis mco. returned to to'day, Tbc loses Involved by ihe strike cnnnot be estimated becsucc of the of the company to give auy Information for "publication. The freight business if slill at a s'.and still. A Urtl) teuton Kiprclrd. iWA, Jaiidary H. The.session of parliament wbicb opens on the WJ'.h in Is nnderilood. wjll lie. a lively occ.. A resolution will be abolish French the oiBCikl Ln the Canadian Tiic Orange- mln will-'avek; to secure ineorporlion, but will have cnunuon the ufali Uoman Catholic of par .house Will aiT early date consider .liKhiMV ii'ai-ntion and probably itnay show the -future policy, of gOTernmeril ill .regard' in'Araefiqan Jishing ID waters. ..There -s to revert to" Ijtc treaty of rl8JK butStr Cbarlfs.Tuppcr'.objectedt such a course. terull- la a the govi'rniKCjitV'pro policy. Sir Cbarlov seokv4o jVu'r iu view" of pmKrllon Thf eptt a ton nf flax la thlscoanttj while in Europe il llbotJSS. He the ad-. dltioBal -duly upon- riiffe.ence in wages Brotly, a twine s'pinner, that the present duilat be Jute', slsajjind that condltloni that obtained foiuitrly and which conldbc reproflucedwitb adc quato the cilslence of a bscyiog trust woi.ld be imporjlble. Treasurer Babbitt of the mills, said -that tht laborers In Aoicri catrJUte mills aropsld more.than twice at much sslo Holland and :o ten much at In' India. He read a telegfatn from (lir. Oplpbiu liiriBgconiptnyofPateraoo.'N.J.aaylng ItTfat jute they would be obliged to suspend, tielng no longer.able.to mf'rt thc-Conipe. ijtlon of Dundee manufacturers. Tbe witness argued.In favor of a reach bf re to-iiiorrow. S.VN" KRAXCISOO. January 4 nieht a inafi was tern clinging to the at Point Itooite tight bouse at Hie; northern side of the Oolden Gate. SOT- jral hours later Ibe. crrw of A'tug boat succeeded In gtMrtf him off He proved tr. be Anlonfo Nlcbolair, .a Hus.lan flsn f rtua-n lie he and four companions were returning 4iOrae in a Bshlntr bout ycHnerday afternoon sod on I otnt (Unite the boat capsUed Hit comradei wrro nil (Irownc.l bnt ne lucceedol In reaching Ihe Where 'be reinainct) uiull reaCucJ.. __; for Hi'ilrff-; Tbe British mlnTtter'bBS ftctlT'rt octllluu Roy T M- Joy per from Holly.Sprinjts. N CTfo'rmlros for tnjnrlct received by himself -iA British by uimsclf moh last tijoath- Ho lubjecl, tJthough ba, b in North Carolina He .hit were ilTlrgrtllglont and other sroincjnjtd of nriithrniri that they brokt loin hit house and. awauUed and anjwlfe.- He hu np'abto to   .HcM It llo rcmarkW that did not mlp 'kt ailer ihr danger M ttie of Mills bill waaoTcr. Mr. Brcckcnrldgo "Do yon know of anv manufacturer relnrulny the -pr.to of r.-nc, '-'They did l OP o- yon did not have It." '-VI- w. that Into your pocket nhy amn i dldn'i gtt It." "Who did get "1 din'l know. We didn't." In atrtwer to furthrr Mo- Petrce Ibat Ihe Jtlrti Ifil-kad would Jiie solely to.tbc. bcltct .that .llrt Jtll'was hostlte Ic.glilantMi.to iiivetted In rigarillu'lbv hi-mpliitlu-ilry, il wyre ppMicrly eocoiir agcfl liu tiki) no wlililn tbiet- t'bere ffgiild tif of. 1-MMMI as from pf raised iu U oiled Blkti-s. II. IJomis. irf i. iit- lib fox-tone', in. 81 nilil (Jniihs, nliutu is pica fpr ade'- quatu rati4 of dii.ty.on .lAHjuufaclurtsuf .for frci- jutt- Ihr. Ktidlnf. lud.." j'ttnu'nry 4. It tuiMigbtby thofr-ln know that the (trike OD life' Mack'ar of ioe.ludljig! Ihf and Trrre HMI! Us. 1'co'rU. Dtcatur and Evabsvrtli'. and KvuisvlU..- and Evansvlllr i win fiefore- Monday morning.. PrcsideiiiMaekay.re Oelveil-a telegram from Tcrre lluolc tbls evening from-n eommitlce'of ntrikcrs nskingTI-Ite'.umiM "S'ce. to a.conference with tbero. llun-plk-din thoifllrinjitivc caihe to-night und Is now In conferencc.willi him. ll il tniiuxbt ttat rn'ni'lininn will In- reached by motuinj.' The.alrlkb oir'Mbnd'iy last :lind not e.otlrely n brotherhood affair- a? has Ijcen reported, but a of cbudnctors.'.brnltemco and agaio'st O. A. Hurd, ninslc-r of transfer talibn'-pn the- KOinavillc Hjtute, and Kvunsvillc-and Indiaqttpolis lines. It is ct'tliiu-d the eogaced in ihe lau: strike aw; Ircitig out aud diicbargrd Hurd eon nnsetlled. state of the. lUVtihg lion. ii t J'anttarv 4. Lawy'i-r Shiulda to day brought peculiar and un in. the pleas ctrtirl uadrf'ibr'ilonlettle attachment act of li'.h of June..IS3C, on .bt'hiilf of io'iiph'Dit- man. the uisiliic bank wiin. il had comrailted filicide-py Tht alHdavjt Stovir- scla fnrtrriliiil Oilman is indt'btrd to him in the sum of.f I..VOO. aud it appears tbit Dltman on Di'ci'm'ier 11, )Mlt.-'absrorul.- e'd fronflhls city and concealed fiiiuw-lf elsewhere with .and ttv.'e fraud.bls-orcdlUm abdthM- said Dilrasn lu-Philadelphia ruf-. Helen! estate' in pay- bis- The writ is returnable on Monday next. ,-Tbe W. F. Sh.w "-.SiUKtc' which the mistinc bank i> a large stockholder. dty. .No ttatrmont-of' the. nd Is at procat obtain; Horrible Hivpwiit.i. X. JanQary4 Steph- en a-Firncbman whose bu'tuc Is In Rfnton. his been spcndinn a few riayt with bis ITavernill. his 'ton and wife WeSX lo leaving Laplanle. and bls-wlfcifl the chllilrcn, There wer< four chllirrccr. tbc two eldest goinR skating.and'leavinr :tbe othct two al home. Some dispute in 'regard tc- 'thero Lsplante picXid op a bum mcr and cru'sltoit a little boy's skull, killing LapUotc'thcn cUMbe kill withal hel-'heavy blows with Ibf HaDimer. fat- ally wounding brr. AL-Jhin point ihe by'were attracted hy thr.nomf was sein-d in the act of bir wife, life doubllei.4 br. ftlao have Lnplabte wa< mMicloi to honor, add .in all probobillty its' infloenec wb.en wtro, coojrhltled. The rourilcT.er'is.ln Jail. Rtciiuoxb. January 4 ,-Thc Pis nat'ci will p'iMljh-to marrow a letter wriiten-by J. Willies Bxith .the lie assassinated -President Lincoln. In ll nd Irt he t.o'r nut man; for lip my motive pood or bad, of-one 'thine I am sufc; I Tovc" peace thao He nod pfictiph the race PtnbTem. re'Kardint: whIMi he coun try w" formed for Ibe white cm for the stgus himself "A confcdeMte doinc-duty on bis oWn sponsiblllty." AflHtr. SritiKoFfBl.n. January" 4. Uayra. antler cwricr. was to-day walk ing down 'the wltb Mike neftroen The' negroes rc.tnllMca hy Sisbltie ike Hayes. wail tired tbrrc shots. One of 'nc nrgroet and another fattlly'injiircd John Uayrt, Mjke baa been Jolimlon LONDON. JUnunry 4. The Rovernment hafrrreclvcd luiclli jrnfe of the tHfcrj1 of Jrbnttno. iho'Crillsb consul at Mozam- bique, who ls traveling throuch the in- terior of Afilea awl-wfro hy Portnguesc .papers with bavin; In- trigued with 'he: natives thr J-IJ-U. Do .'You bargjlu by. __not btiying.your tiriif'rjclcH of cloml -put ri-K'inllcM "of ThrvVill not'lMt tnucb-h-ngct. .orrfurs while you have ate opportunity "to save, money. .Croceries will not'- spiiil. You can lay in 'enough to Uel yuu until spring. e -Mi. Ttjon ,and; Hdeifano OliAXOKS. .3-Vts doz. Riverstdia..........'.......'...! In tlw Markt-t. Airna, Tew. Coffees. arJ In of .All K HwrrituoM. Colorado n.-IMul TN'ENDLESS VARIETY: (hir Candisi and Ice Creams 'ALL OBDBKS FOB. ICe Cra- and Will be Promptly 'Kiiled'and Delivered.'. Booth's "Sext Dftor'to'tiie Postofficc. J SWISH f It. -or n: ik.- WH. LIJXXOX. ut the UTV OWn; Jti rbone rj 0. S. cr at Son JOSJ-I'H b-il-tr It, 01 W. CO. PracUcai and So. Tejon ptly Atiended-To, "JN- mm w FLODR; If you a article rhos. STORE, tbc ;lrrrltory _ il Kaf- Bbtre layer. has 'paclfleil 1 ranger and subsidized Kotabota and hy hy treilv JJyanza tynf v. Jnhulary 4.- Judge Brew rho nawiy sppolnled airoclate Juttlce or. fupreme cr.nrt banded Into Ihe departtneol' bin droillt Judite: He afterward! called at the White boute and paid hli rcspedts to the And set a Pure Roiue-X ade article from one of wheat Id to it tm FlM Gflt.i 1 Fin Tm Ud lidi lake's'I'bak Av.e., Go Three Miles you therrvfur-th6 Oiily 3' Bloctef.fcOifflc ;lr Only -3 Blocks from The Anders Only41 BlocfcTironi. _ 1 iVre-lOO to fretin vktth. 'HIE ALLEYS are all 20 There are-no 60 or 10-ft.-t.-t alleys, such" -found in o'ther louirly sounding J whert jinces for lota, that yon throwing away your inuney. ID RlSli'S witliin stone's throw.of it WATKK wjrter. JQ; :.the Foantniu, -.topi Bt'ajaty. of .S' ADDITIOK if rti of kt'SO.by 190 fcpyi.iig; You. can tmy two. !ote 
                            

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