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   Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1892, Colorado Springs, Colorado                        OA'ETlfc ote rtporti of AiwcUted and the II print. COLORADO SPRINGS THE Unit PMSIDBht-. JR4503 THE STATE. in Ihr M mflkulti lut (Urn ur fe ROllllgii irf lifT.n. "I Uikxi, U, u. .1 IIMi-U, ami lu. COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO., n 4, 1892. ar. to IM (o I at PRICE FIVE CEN18. rMnnt K, fi t MADE PERMANENT. <0ttl No i urt had juritHlii t.un ut lU x ,11 statti Pi mix rat n i-un ,v hill nt i'ucl and i tb UmpurttO injuuvtmiir. r inrj of ntato iim.pl uitf Jin niioti ntJimnees flm lafe j t lii_id< which stntiifhl IKino i ttjll be tti-utorr w D Hunters II aa I erf i state tfttim u- frtt u vith one of the [wr in fit mil it of a nutnlnr of 01 killing buffalo )ii mod bore He reports f   U, i- f' Ml i, It" 1 t ut-.! ly UK I t ill HIM tuil 1 trU-. wtufe i i MI t I   Ml 4jtm.tr? g i hti nf.1 I t 1 Mi (jONC. t (mnmltl ttJunHj T n hrmtrnl A iitti I lIllK. 10 ICti tft I'" Uvrki In i 11 liWrt i i Ol tiUU j-uJul about tfao Colo- wook( the protni r-wlu t'oal. la on of th'w company wader ions tt might bo ftbte to put tie m competition with tho I This a u- true field for tho Colorado )fK aod tfavlo Id ruuDl ut for One imn- xu Rtartcwl on .a oeyr tho of of tho stale, and tho mine uiuxt be ta the (omlitiotn The new nmi'- i most stuxcMlal their exptv-c tho utig'iat i til jiarl if 1 mi t f r tl i I he 11 unn nut 11-h tff, r r inn 1 l v liar! t r Hi inu Mn Afr r f U ii 4 UL rfilmt al ttl rjfr jniniu u nl t i t i i r tfiny b tl and that nft. r V J that HUM] tin n t t (Tit t Of II Mr rcftibh t  a numKrnf (th r N rKt  nut id N Hi Ml] t r ti it I i1 I- r I tt i i rt i v. fy r if (1.1 i i n- n i t r in ui, i i hi >rtr T eir: ability to 0 per v at r are oot abtrot nditig in CWi-ago jgh tbey dwii a of tnio mpon tlwWMicr be hr'rv (tut hit bare sufficient lo dohny iff pole and the RP BcUV this two- i 1 for i) MM of tlwuton for t BUI re- irr from the mer I trt Ui> 4 tlw Colo- tnd K'aUl which (bis i ri that IH> nt nod might be m mRADiDCh M nr cm! mudb VM bfi- OtorerBor lit v it ilw de- wlnngtoa tlio in (mm an 1 Ussy IXAB dfl I wit throdifti aoltb- f RuOGt scanty for I it Itw put two at county n of wl jdal booa 1 are in at duty fti their custom of iaar 1 Ura their nrxjotfcft i hincn r n up tha Miltaa Lilly Park, MnjMJ it.vl br- I attic n h Tt N off their i tnuhlt ttmmetit, oiaa I tin- report, "i Mtd ft-ttkra were on bent of ii 5 of in? Oct. 8 Ounler n John Ammoca Olol i B Tho fo.ii.er will t Thiral fowl 1 r o( IL. the of Antonio u tho oounty jail, on tb" rt'onded j to tt lit F rrcd II ul n n j LI -w l I A 1 11 r- I i l I tt t il i rt n f 11 l) i v] l f 1 i. r i 1 J J( f ir I to 1 M I r Uuj 1 i ,u Tlwj the iluniit tl, ir Net ftlu h tliat tlit uwt cnmlMttirtl AIT- n it t uiB fnirlj 1 -tnl in thw Hi aiu and m III tin _iki MI in rt tliiTtr mt  tiKti to York jstooonftr with the r j articit bout tt In addition to this ho will center the Mr MurUn aayn llw riianfea MI m MAbft arc too Kpojj to throw aTias ID s ratt can if louk afUr the r UtkU Senator and baa here trom fa Ted tut1 tuulth In an intottkw firmly Jplteral ttavt tfcs would IB thf> aiprotrhiBg presidential mid (hi thirl party will most probably we that thc> con do nothing then in InTt-i- rra to and thi ir in part at on the m wj i two. thr Mfkmlcj bill nut hurt the In nni. Thr mil mil lo a direct lax tons thcj caici tnonp> out of the imports, He furtln r aaul We nro now ora DVTOLI than necwuaij for UK ej the governnirnt A welt never to ban- to n t> for any artit le It ihoiild do its wort at homo and not giro to foreum en a ran kwpin awn cooiury Wjwver South n, fia (V I -Oeieral aVer of People partj ft r to a B-pottor to-day m to a question aa to hw in the exctlhnt withihe t and Oreewboro tbn were Md the ooi.cctioB wnt by the chairman ef the Democratic uoinmUtww nf the tiulh. The as out eor- rcct and mthout eolor.nc Tretnen aieeUnei held m in Ouoreia. The oonntTy plo and not to I lamo for (trotavi lull the and it runnncd t-o Tho episode m I y joiing -ough" of tho u and not >1 10 in nnj to Ocnernl Woatcr spoke m opt.nii-tic of hm of carr> mrf rrnl h. rn if bonM n-ild fcvurrd i the truul If Ho i H vuHt. 'f honprt irtd the country the. nwon and where to fix th? 'ic It, s. nm.! BtrfiU X ,0ct the bank died nt p pmfouodly at tw tiiiK of death, having hwn In (hot nmdilimi lor forty hours, th  ihe.r b .nffered a rtmke of .n-1 eonflden beliovo that the port marten, eiammal, mil their theory Mr. Ad'1" SnuJ, X-H.." m-lke all of hi. and -H l the foremwl reform addled ence hem coiirely on tariff r Uml '4 -H r n t ill ft I t' 11 l t, Kft ,lU p J i rs Jnfi in S 1 HUL  t< h r r 1 r 1 A Ij i'it I u ucrftl iffjumn Tt -th 'i -t-tl) uocratic i hj i f r i _r ml a i u wh i f.rvrtnur Majora r1 rni Ir-tln Jf xj huncU tlio ntvia itn h i ft oil P. a 11 nt iu< Kfl for UM. f t th t- 11 Ocn rnor MM rim1! i rr 'if i 1 111 to v r tn rr- m 1 v griicnU r ir in t ii-cHHtum B' tfic Rtat" lu i" Mr M< rr j w ho I rdrrs from r ti al1 tun tu pn pcnii milttm (jo to-morrow jiil tli tutitiu i liJiriirt.'i ul ii pr (U ij sJ.cnII lit ittun hfts 1  in 1 Trent n pie ire firmed acting in n to i apt re rrtnrN it thiir r nt r ex it ty scat wnrn in "fate jmiui a 1 ittcr and Lieutenant Terry was Uaxwoll found cacc of bai pitHy of conduct tton niry to tho order attd of thr He to the at fur six nd lo bo jvpriraanded by Ocneral wl t B fnyn Mornwcy B tth Trcatotu OM.UM Ot Lin n TUcdtlwf n, ifitnM J M Mfl) rr Ac chcrifT tnki a of OHxTtton BM the t V ad iwiiw nen at TU. HM K a?   fatnmM caw Prof of tpum 1 hwlog which bwn AfiitAtmg the tm I'rot j ttrian, c.mnh for n yoar liA brought inwratng at the inrrtmf of the Now orV pl bytcry which contracl in thr bitwinu i When tlw mWcd a i for aomc tucp CMU the grmral for ,1 of Dr Bnffga of NOT York p trry wac rentl At the claw of rtading Rt% F ftirth, (hwrmai of tho r outttitf committee, Fntd that hw committee wiwrnlj toprM-w In tli thr trial Thi dito for tbc bfciomcgof thn trial 'vanMt far Nov TlfTCfta to r I'M tnil be rwilli i fir or rn t D' on ft pol he tr nl U Bni'lJ decked to tdm t thnt tbcpTCfltij wrj mifiht (.Uar sclirn After the rvitlcmcnt of tl c Brings matter, announced Iho Mtd coowrrative faction-, niv cqtiillj nmtmgthe iiouno n t nt' t ft AflinXATfiN rnmptrdlor r.f m annual nl-lccWation to Ito in regard to broujrht ,t tV I nitcd flll< if iwinc of lunita claim' for Die c rrtninpnt coinjvTtfa tol v thi Tnml" iV In li.il :tU Unl- Fn- thill Lry from nrylne f pilhh imrnr-an- ail) n K 3 J rk t-r- Let (h, Md 11 for the 1 nt ill. n j j xi- M turn V jv, tttt 1 f I 11 f ft t i- f Ihi tl ...it iMt ti D 1 thit tl t u A 8itl.-l.lr, UK O -t t-J R, MINING 8IOGK of Hit? Ik Uw p lioir wcil frt in th< fit 1 liht if rtru Vo -ti th DA t wh t r t Ir j n that -orm ln.ll Is 1 nul tl K d< k nu 1 Mi nut. ipolw it lt (K. plait il in tliy n iiu I J) U I N.C [H-l fn ulit trii n No Of Wli 11 x is Ur -i Qnt M n tmi-i nmtmrit u nil nh t Ui KtitilitSt-ct I'njf iiif< into tlto mat )r Li nrton an (ul.r .ill jyntnMj Liiruiua t] 1 ftn! i J IAIICU ti wfti RUTH (m 1 fttld I tl in r Uu rr w w ft c i 1 tljlii t1 K   M Kin heitd he J ifl n i i iitu r nu 1 1 iujvt to il Hi c i 1 tlmt w it o r i Mounhnwi t tin i f at J a 11 1 that the ikad man l tl it Ii npfakitifc of tho trku if' f tK il il I mum -ytil r Lm !i Ui in r u j r nff 11 i In I tci fix tho til (t l h tl. lU tHkt 111" llf', M In ir a I Hj ft ru f f tli t- fi r J 1 ttri I i tl h n f v-f 1 l act f (t IHJI if di tif I tmu r. f I 1; till n. of tht J lil r tti itn uudtr alti h Mr MKnhrilhatl joiiuxl ihecor .ril hundn.il tl U >ll irt> Ho  should not bo nfide utiltm it wan punbwad Tho com uttec thcji withdrew OTIS and the report wa? adopted Hie council tftUfted the action of the cetne- cry vcintuittoe in ten lots m he for tho of tho borreattlio price by tho committee, Hojt tho DcM of a iieiit m the alley baclt of the City hail, and he matter wfftutd tdthe com with guilty pa nil la Uie tmc third of the roubles that t ol tbo Clyde, t nro tx-cupied and no new order" nrc U.OOO WIH> t ployed m rarwus capa ilasiibout UM c atnJ arc rtill tit are tsron tirhr lo make iroraoforthe thr m now ton afid ship builtlt will fo-th receive 10 per y fur abor thjin herrlofotp. Oct. 8 departut- So send n htnc ti of to tho Turtle Mountain tndtan in Koith Dakota to th  Thin nctmn accordnnce Tntfe taken by the al R rtotnt mills aro etpected lw (dart up aRfti i nwtt and mil run for a fuidUtf they will agiun down for n wet k An- other meetmRWilI held c when it ill bo deputed iRhetfepfr onolht shall take KorotrttH r Ctooetaw Tei., t'tet. i r r ntion just rowltod frotw Tunkahoinft rap otthct Natioii rt n i il with BCiirly all int prownt Thfi wr party m a larse mnjontj InJi m _ Leo Bennett prwcnt wrtli c For thi first time m bctveen filid scrt that tho couDcil c'u tawi of the ffubcrnfttartal but tho moitk prcvnt. Thw rocnna liil u nbr n OAO nt t tlmt none J, nefl wtLl he tV Qor crnor ordered the pniict to al and did some fifty Ne-mft plmeo4 (pmrd At another wrofererice bftwewi 1 to-nitfht tt si teat S ohottM disband ttlsv-u hardly be y opwi oatbroak fit cmin M! r-ni in afl th1 1 th" con. t will mvijr A r Aldc-tUiaa Dtifihar imported tbat the hnn eetimatod, and the committee wu itv ahesd imvna called Attcction to the i Bridge c _ men ten a daj on ihe VM- th' >v WBB nn thai peo pV m the employ of the frtfy only Tbo mstter fuHinrttM to v titm ffnvr> it nM in this caw i K WUB to the cmnrtKt whh ihe tho link! rat IJinplay w_nt out sotnu tiuu? ago to all tbc mtinUmo fin- tions of the tu partittpatc m the al display ut Unti plow nert lave u wtlh tht. dcsroo of Pfoni (xtHt t" I So far oae given noy jKwU ;ITO U> only cr-  U w replied Clult will atad to Hamp- ton R the (.n pit an Pratt, tire TCCBO! was in cuurno of t-vastnK.-t.on in rantedurioff tho threatened troable wteu Chili aod Uiic count o- 112 Pike's Peak Avenue. Nl-W AND GOODS At Fairley Brothers' all the I ime. Another carload of the celebrated WIDDICOMB Chamber Suits jusf received, this season's patterns. Ihese goods are not excelled in design, workmanship or finish, and are the very best vtilue thaTanyone can buy. Inspect our stocks for the latest in the market always. HKOTIIItRS. Has just what you want: Pleasant rooiiis icated with steam, electric lights, best table in the city, levator, all modem improvements. Have reduced ates for the winter on table board and rooms and board. Before settle fonhe fall and winter please call jr write for rates to i iu E, Oct The -cract wbeeloiea who weft. to part m the bicycle bcrc failed to make ttn.it but inea were en rutud The was m eroeltctit but no ituarka- hly fast time was the WM defeated by mile oj.cn and the John ootnpsay that the hours of a day nine ta number L'pon of the street drftsw? it ordered thftt prvptrty bold nidwof rfxwt of TeVn to tbc stlcf bo walks, abxi on to put m rnst of TOJOB i bam The Jlta' I Ofl of the old St. city, one of the members of jomtt order' :tt wbo Isat Wca society 9f JiwW SfXaA, ta tike ebbaea to the offico, with tbe ciwiAioii of one of the earlter ttreuUlu Martin la 44 srearfl of _ Tl.o Columhu'. Nitw Tom, CM. etccutin OWB- mlttec on Hw Cuiumtxw ocfcbratto" to- It was decided tbal tbe .ad of tbc carol nbotild bo opposite csaunw rtmt upon the for walU on Itro north de of Cochanaa be close to put t Aii said Mittrtbinft would s m tlw north park in shape, there wt.ro people who a who have tbc walVi) m {root of their hcmKM Lto duck Thai thty tnore effort to put tlic in po -nj if 'Iwy did not nut, ticu ttey The icport of city 1 for tbo month ib-t 202 hv? Uon iftftde, ot offcasca, sixty mente 
                            

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