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Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - February 13, 1893, Colorado Springs, Colorado 11'. i int J-.M V.U it.iiiJ Hint I........I l.-ft hit-i Hi. tl.. M K I I i.l.. ii It I i ,.iH. SPRINGS OAZK1TK coi.o., n i 14, i i... Killf llllMI-' If ...U-. iJumJ. IHM1I, HI lift. ]vt ww 1 ..I Sir. u InnliW I ,.l..... Mr I ll.lll PRICK FIVE CENTS. .t. I 1 l' 4 him twn in Mm- thft Jenno- J.i IK. ttiUi ri l.i u n _._ from n.niiiiii i' il) I, I. 'ii-ii.. I n.-t t. i i' I.'-. ,lt. fr.i.n ll.ii -i f..... t >lu.i U XM.I-.....V. 1 IMt Oil Olf t.ll; tu ,1 I-.. r i: ..rr. -lfc. xjr; tin-ii att. r n ,rk U, Mr. i t-tit, And Mr. -o Save Money by Purcbasing of them Mr r.! M- f.T rU the Wjicof tuui. .ink. K.I r> Li'- .-i..-t H. i.pni... -l.N-i.i-t i.' Mr. (.ifMU'.MtK i-t i: tli- t.i.I r .1. i nt t ft Hit HIM! by uwiptf thnt ihi' yea anil tut) (H- in, n somewhat Thcrt- a a on the [-art It, 11- j i 'if.J t- U.. r- ".Ml Mr li-n noMi'tt. A.! n> for for the bill when tin- cunn! n.au. r i- f of I ho cnuran tu- tip, aad Irf tn A of t... f- r lhn' M- nii.l HI ..MJ. i. R...I n taf_tj father hft'l furn. tl.af i-.-r auJ t-thor tt-att. 1 ht-i. io it. r-nri k- of to j the tiut. Itl. n.anj- he on thr fata) I'D lied lart year in I ft U rU of ftofar. which U tbe prtncrit rui.-. cf require Uw anr.nnl thv du-. unil w ..-tit at of a year to tttr> t nn town. Cierliiariy. CTt; and not tiring Ix-anl (n-nj m jearf. he j T. in quiet Iowa ban.M. Thrf at. the HBCOIVD 1 manv Ftory him into K. Feb. D.-.rx-t r.-al fnr th. fint time, t-ul IB the ColttDib4A Committee, nolwithrtADd.n.r tlie nitllii r.am-N. fn--le no one mx.gn.fM of IUw> loathe fluor ia tV today. Half .._.____. of J- froir.JJr.riwJc. I'.n U> un- tt. and t-y at- bill vkkb w oATK. ore th. no atu-ntioo the of Uie Nit-armria ranal moo-y .1km of t Dot e fOfvi l.Uj, avi-a (he of the oett hv' froro roof' 10 a 1'allnmn IB It-if1 v. pncnpaJ and n-n-.wna wen taken lo mhrre Of'the fmled family r-rri.V. for honal. _ 10 ftt hl9 m of Ow canal, 'n rrganl u. the -atd (hat hf bftJ rfVfiTPO JrtU ai'ua- .f Fort UiKiiL, ar.d another ta to own thM-capital t-ftay. the of be frtajnM r-j- tht- to W drlirrrtxl tnxn Fort W.niU, To., anoioer wa, u tbr of NuvrngB.! -wl orfa from 1V thf MrTCrrtxle" Tbe> importance- of thu Ly i... u.h, art-1 itp 8xed I. .J, R trt j H 'hJf i ting the- fur t nili h.- toth- If -S J-. i-l--, an I t 'purr..- or.i 'iii, add J h-uti. after legal I V. U --The Milwau. n..t--. c f the th. iwue a joint j 1 M. 1'aul t-wonjc part) tu the l-rofifimn'ion of mu-h and at I t.jht Rm-r Front t.y pur- i1 tun- orltr ntt cloctHin to elect ofllc-rx. and that in the CM rnt that they to tin-h t.r.w'a-niiti'pfi tln'ii thvpoTpmor Kurihor that title- uf r-a'. IM- -'.-1 in ot-w city cr.ty-'toc in tiardeo addition. By a di in eourt at St. I'.fil taut the C'olorarfo to ho thp NorthwenVrn, won a tl.e Cuion but thw arm- deal .11 nouoly with mto tiic v ty. It that tbo Mil. fr in an-t iiarjun irtn-" ..ft-f'-t-tifcin that thro rvfej. Tb'n the reading pomt .-..iitimu'- .n, crowng the Burlington f.l-ti ith. and at tl.cnce on to jTwMMiv.- n'- joint IDC f r. Tfirk. AM Mr. land ho-t tijr rh. m Bei.t tit of a will :ty. and Mr. lull etitttlM "An art to aroerd nn not ontiUf-J ant to for the rcrty r.ot enrrrvl the amount of tbe approved April 2. 1W1, were rra.1 a flrwt A age from the ennouoor-d Vu. 1. relating to tbe method 'of rlit-tuik' rnni-O wratom, the reading of l-ilbi procc-ede-l The fttwt bill takt o up was Sv-QaUjf for ai to N. the of f'vOd" cointienuui'n for not taking lotrr- rtste fun It Itcfi-rred hack the nn act rutitlrd "An act U> protidc for (he j i-oDculcnxl, and a Ji 5 p d relating to m up actl j. Then tht> took up Senator Nill wjiiH'ndtni: ihetf-ncral frv-ighticg acdteraimal pur- Tht- nixmt the only way bjr wbicb can get to Front Park. ?cr, iV us tnat tbe entire Atrenty- mill be gmlifobed with 1be (.'ol du Eastern new from The fight out tbe and the from watclwd with I D. I) l.H-r :if. C I.. it.Kl.n I..'.. H.'iur-.'-..... Mr-.) a'npU-ll, D-iii't-ar. Mr-. .1. -I. llw rmaii. Mi- Hr.i.l. 1 K. .-i ,-Ji.it.- It. I'.lin- S. I.. A. 1'. K M. Htj.U'ii. I.Mr-. M- '-irtt'i U-p-v. I'. r-> noan. i Dm. tor-Mr. K. r. A. as lift >cdr. vnth tin. addition uf Mr. A. J'uitt. Thv fOiiiinitU-o. through Mr. I that mtitntionn wore to be i-tumitNl to of th- tinn-t prominent i "n I Hixtury, French, (iertnan. Kiodcr- girU-n work. Artrt'ftomy. Botany and other jtctf. The naiuo of the Iwturvrt will be later. An mtertttiiojc been proTide'l. and there, DO doubt that the Summt-r Sehool of I ho a pronounoed YOU MUST PAY FOR IT. That U Mitel MatiltoQ Hay About Th'tr Flfa Water. Friiay laM a wtw dtftiubuted throughout Macitou caliiog a nieeXmg of tbo ntiiftifl tu tiialtViB of import- qtiexttoa to tbe carrying away of mineral water by toa-tC4i- the other tbe qtKt-tion wbcthrr a radway he built from the Bio (jtran depot to.the Iron Spnpga. the. Urand C-aveTaM of WtfuH. Thcrr M a large meeting tHai eTcning, at which Mr. tK. NictK-U t-r Mied. tbe principal Mr. waa tg Cwtrriing ef take to ITT, Feh. For the p4 two in tbe Wa lost frwin frenrbt care valuable of falue, it up net than M far aa DOW traced. month-i ago, according to it.fomiat.otr j 11 the -ms ia Uf uf two and real to work on the. i in tKp fn. Feb. 13. on call frwn 2 to 4; 2. and to vrtnch the county del.ror a lo land held by a further but tbe who r the jurj to all invoh title to miiing of and to prmulo for the e thereof. brought for third i io dati- ng Ux- k tDatkvi. btd up the fthbilfl, M UMMT wai> or ao itic-i. to buy for tb- long ifvJ eicn to part with boUiaga r j r irfrTiT to tbe opoi- iVariV bit) for an art filing the of the court to tbe Ble'catb jodmal of Co.Oii.do, -fvl For the of of eic., tvao up, court are fited Ia tbe ivdotT of upu.1 1 to being Be qwitioa at in to the ownet-hip of tl> it baring ctajnvMi that tkt park the ixoperty of tbt not of 1 Mac.ton Water corn, Suoh ta not for tt would ibrir It inLfotion of to lately plant, bin would be do- 1 ttvtil tU4. He did not wwh to be oai.. not .M a woold be V3 from tlw tow a BMd park. It b_l 4. by a mhat-l tht wtjad'w aad for It of 1br park. tta fall v The M If ry MIA. or do Riirhut -M to 'J q AAJacMumiyu 1 to >lt wit1) vrXi-f v-_ rt Mil-KI J Wat Tlw We to.., it '-1 n tboqv, 6f w_ A Bnil 4 j. At Wiagth tM of to brr-g off in maV4 in ctty "Al" otw of tlw, fcj ry Foo- fmm tATAttof) ftT all rMitlt from tai i r.f .itf- T Irk-iu or Mr. r.MVrwl 11 for W- Ih. I'ctor .and dur- Mr tht> of j-4jr4ay. it aod RAiL to t v ,xaiiMid that offl-o until j of .W 4, Uw will lITTt. ,MumMl lo duty VKV. I iaflnM A IJttMtr-e at .o will M t to HJf V. -M lo Mr. It n thcit will torn, ifl I'm. a witb a dm, of Inllutrd Uhlr manufarturarv anJ tKHr to hu pltyinf on an; otbrt mak m. S bj o, a wu- one third caab. Will purchase a f' huutk- K.wt KHJAH with mod ern aowef elc: Will purchase, T Keet Kiowa street, modern includibiiTftUQcTfy. Will so S house on St. Vraio Webw, coo ven tLtuplB wto. terms. Will purchaAfi an 11 room house on North Nevada avenue, all conTeoipncoi'. Jnrludii.jf aewer viiii'.'O ft. tasj I purcbnee a fine modern house of 10 rooms on a aoutb and corner of North Weber (reel. Has ten and all ooo- i, including laundry, mantels, hot-air beating, etc, all in fine order. F-.-t Wilt purrh a dutirable rcatdeoce on C surrounded b? handsome Eigbt modera conveoiencee, including aieain-beai. eever etc.; barn, all in perfect order, lOOilOO ft. tern- J. AT.TJ.lN. Colorado Story Front, 104 Peak Are. Lofk Boi 575. C i J Never before then to good ofportonity (or prcBUble at the Cripple Creek itocka dnjr witn in Uw pri of uf mote of the atockt, uid it a unnauat for to m no boom to thsvoiirket.1 but m'" J the If >riii bee whtrh TOU -'elr for po.y, c-etcl of mining ftocka will net you good ALimlCII, Bank Building, CIVII-I- WIHTK 301 West OF IN Williaoisburg t i Canon City ..Fe.iit II. T. 1- Light and Heavy Ibmcss, Saddles. M _- C" tk Taso Cxmnly Hank. >r IIJIII S. JAC" SON, CtJih's-. J. a OW, A.rt Ci Tn BUnk Bookf, IH'-Iii, bwth Peikil Office, Mpacitlly our Double Billi Etoaeirsble in iljlil "4 All Qoedi tt yonr owu price. Ihe College Book Store, opposite the Postoffice. i III 'li.fl "r I .I.U- rfm.JL.fl -t-" National Bank i.. Taxn U i. o. n. COLORADO SPRINGS Oriat Mlllinjr C'o., Car. SU..4 Utdn rf J IJ-. tt. The Two Buttons At of aword tail nut to cure .Ion. Huyler's Candy's M dialh to fJI hoot battont CO, 27 llJOK. THOS.GOUGII, ia brdiu iV C 109 South
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