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Favorable Reports on Appropriations. I 8. B. No. 339, Do La Vergne—An act to establish a Mining Temple building lo Denver, to be used by the Amerl- < can Mining Congress as permanent ! headquarters. The committee on ft* ] nance recommended that the appropri- | atlon be cut from the 1150.000 asked to | 910,000. Senator De l.a Vergne said the ap* ( proprlatlon is very small, but be l*e- , lleves it will be sufficient for a start, i He said prominent mining men every where looked with favor upon Denver, i The usual favorable motion prevailed, i vailed. 1 8. B. No. 266, Jefferson— Appropriate i Ing 91.000 for a pipe line from Soda creek in Routt county to the state fish hatchery at Steamboat Springs. The < usual favorablo motion prevailed. 8. B. No. 278. Bardwell— Appropriat ing 95,000 for acquiring additional land and water at the Denver fish hatchery. The usual favorable motion prevailed. 8. B. No. 81. Taylor—Appropriating 3 91,000 to erect addltloual buildings at the Glenwood Springs hatchery. The usual favorable motion prevailed. 8. B. No. 99, Campbell—Appropriat ing 92.000 to pay attorneys' fees, etc., for looking after the interests of the atate In connection with the estate of the late Winfield 8. Stratton. The usual favorable motion prevailed. 8. B. No. 308. Robertson— Appropri ating 910,000 for the establishment of a workshop for the blind In Denver. The usual favorable motion prevailed. 8. B. No. 61. McCarthy—Appropriat ing 912.000 to be used as premiums for the State Fair at Pueblo. The usual favorable motion prevailed. 8. B. No. 116. Millard— Allowing the , treasurer and auditor of state to turn i over certain money heretofore appro priated for the State University and School of Mines out of the surplus funds. The usual favorable motion pre- . vtlled. ... 8. B. No. 274. Bardwell—Approprlat- i Ing 9500 for the Slate Board of Li brary Commissioners. The usual fav orable motion prevailed. Senator Campbell's bill limiting the rate of interest was taken up. Ho ex plained that the bill provided that more than two per cent, a month can not be charged, or. If charged, becomes usury and cannot bo collected. Bena tor Parks offered an amendment roak- ; Ing ten per cent a year the highest legal rato of Interest, but It failed and the bill passed unamended. The nest bill on the special calen dar waa Senator Stephen’s bill for tho employment of prisoners Inthe penl tcntlary and reformatory. The bill has two objects, first, to enable the pris oner “to acquire complete trade knowl edge and skill In that Industry for which he Is most adapted, and at which he can best earn a livelihood when paroled or discharged”; and. sec a ond. to provldo a small fund for the f -prisoner when he leaves the prison. The bill la one of the few humanitar ian measures passed by this Assembly. During the evening sealoo a number of bills were passed on second reading. Bills Passed on Third Reading. The following bills passed on third No. 140. Parks— Raising the salary of Supreme Court Judges and the governor to 97.50ft por year, district Judges to 95.000. and governors sec- « rotary to 92.500. Providing for tho submission of a constitutional amend ment to tho people, carried, after much i d* _.ns*lon. l*y a vote of twcnt>-flvo ayes to seven nays. 8. B. No. 53. Lewis —!>or public ex aminer and uulfonn system of account- i ,D S B. No. 281. Wood—HalnlnB tho .al ary of coal mine Inapoclor. and pro scribing tbo duties of himself and dop- Tb. 258. Sapp—For a wagon road from tho town of Irwin down An- , thrnclte crock to tho confluence of Coal Cr 8 ? *B No 222. Bardwell— Raising fees In the office of the city and county clerk of Denver. «... # 8. B. No. 236. Scott— Providing for the appointment of bailiffs in District Courts at a salary of 9900 per >•«•••■. , 8. B. No. 231. Parks— Changing tho present law regarding the commit meat of children to the State Homo for Dependent and Neglected < hlldren. and providing more liberal laws re gardlng guardianship. H. B. 10. Fetter —For n compilation of tho laws of the state. 8. B. 35. De 1-a Vergne—'To regu late the business of selling* ore. 1 H. B. 381. Kell—To compel tho stamping of gold and silver. H. B. 311. Hoyt—To prevent the Im portation of Injurious Insects. Bills passed on second reading In i committee of the whole: 8. B. 25, Bohn—To create tho state < board of accountancy. H. B. 295. Parrish—To enable the suppression of infections of cattle and I abcep. . 1 H. B. 169. Collins—For an amend ment to tho constitution concerning 1 the compensation’ of county, precinct I and other officers. ' H. B. 352, Wilder —For a funding of i 9900,000 of tho state Insurrection < bonds. Senator Hnrrls asked leave to re- 1 commit S. B. No. 46. limiting the sen- « Ice of county treasurers to one term. » to the committee of tho whole. An < amendment to fix tho limit at two t terms hml not been properly placed In the bill and he desired to have it In corporated. Tho motion was lost, as ther was a desire on the part of many ; senators to kill tho bill outright. It t was finally passed by temporarily, f Later tho motion to recommit pre- t vailed. f S. B. No. 93, Wood —This bill was t also passed over temporarily, owing « to tho fact that It had not been prop- t erly engrossed. It provides for the 1 bonding of nigh school districts. < ii The debt was contracted while } Smith was warden of the penitentiary j and was for the purpose of building a f canal In Fremont county. The plan Was a losing venture, the state paying 9110,000 out of the internal improve- ment fund without getting any return. a The motion for a special order was lost 2 and It Is not likely that the bill will be t reached this session. e Bills Pass on fitcond and Third Read Ing. A victory for Colorado printers was scored when Representative Belles field (Democrat) of Pueblo had In jected Into H. B. No. 10 (Fetter) an amendment to the effect that the print ing of-the recodified state laws shall be done at home. The bill provides that the secretary of state shall authorise the publication of a volume containing tbe national constitution, the constitution of Colo rado, tbe criminal code aud the ses sion laws for use by attorneys. The bill carries an appropriation of 92!.- 000. but the money will be turned back to the atate by the sale of the books, which are to be at 97.50 each. H. B. 457. by Parker, the school bill drafted by Miss Katherine Craig, passed on second rending. Bills passed on third rending were: H. B. 238—Hoyt. Providing a new basis for tho payment of water com missioners. Under the present law they are paid by the atate: tho Hoyt bill places the burden upon the coun ties In which Irrigation districts are located. H. B. 362—Bryan. Providing for payment of expenses of Bardwell In vestigation. H. B. 422—Redd. Preservation of purity of water supply of South Plutte river and Bear creek. Speaker llreckeuridge signed II. B. 58, "to provldo for the maintenance, growth and development of the Stn'o Normal School.*' and II. B. 98. "to reg ulate tbo liability of hotel keepers and public Inn keepers." After that, on third reading tbo following were passed. II. B. 501—Parrish. Permitting tho sheriffs of AdaiUM and Arapahoe coun ties to perform tho duties of the sher iffs of old Arapahoe county In rela tion to certificates of aale or purchase when tho property affected lies In either of the new counties. H. J. It. 10—Watson. Prohibiting state Institutions contracting Indebted ness In excess of their appropriations. H. J. It. 11—Watson. Authorising two holdover senators sad state audi tor to draft salary bill for executive department to be presented to next Assembly. H. II. 151—Dulln. Rosd for Bent county; 94.000. H. B. 246 —loiton. Prohibiting pub lication of false statements of flnanclsl condition of corporations and Joint stock association*, and providing pen al ties. H. B. 467—Cannon. Prohibiting the slaughtering for human food of dis eased animals. •pedal Appropriations. The Senate took up special order ap propriation bills and passed them ss follows: University of Colorado at Boulder, 9100.000. State Home for Dependent Children, 970.000. Completing Reform school at Buena Vista. 911.000, lasane asylum at Pueblo. 9204,000. State Agricultural School. 945,000. Tbe Senate held Its first evening ses sion. when special appropriation Sen ate bills fur roads and bridges were passed on second reading, ss follows: For free traveling library, 94.000. For state geologist survey. 91.000. For survey of Hants F® trail, 92.000. For a system of public highways by convict labor ami appropriating 910,000 therefor. Appropriating 95.000 to buy a silver service for the cruiser Colorado. For road from Fort Collins to Love land. 94.000. For boulevard road from Denver's southern limits to the mouth of Platte canon, 91.500. For a road between Swlnk ond Fow ler. Otero county, 94.000. For a road between Rico and Do lores. 93.000. For s road In Montrose county, 93,* 000. For n bridge across Dolores river at Montcsuma. 91.000. For bridge across Platte river In Morgan county. 92.000. For bridge arross South Clear creek In Clear Creek county, $2,000. For n wagon bridge across Rio Grande river at Alamosa. $2,000. For bridge across White river In Rio Blsnco county. 92.00ft For road In Hinsdale cutnty, 9500. For bridge across the Uncompabgrc river In Ouray county. 92.000. For bridge across Grand river in Mesa county. 92.000. For purchase of bridge over Gunni son river at Gunnison. 92.000. Closing Days Full of Business. House bill 190 by Representative Ulanov of Han Miguel county, caused nearly ns much discussion as the bill by Wilder providing for a bond Issue of 9900.000 to lift the Cripple Creek war debt. Blnney's bill is one to pay Moses Howell $1,400 for the hire of horses for tho militia during tho Uto Indian war In the state In 1887. After passing a considerable list of hills on third reading, the Senate went Into committee of the whole on numer ous Important measures. An Import ant hill by Senator Wood Is creating considerable debate. It provides that hoards of county commissioners shall have authority to grant rights of way nnd franchises to electric railways on county roads. The bill meets with considerable favor, but It Is not drafted to meet the wishes of many members. Woe Unto Chicken Thieves. Senators and representatives are be ginning to understand that tho "chicken stealing" bill Is no Joke, nnd that tho farmers nnd poultry men of tho state are united In their demand for Its pas sage. Should It he lost In the shuffle the chicken raisers will bo greatly disappointed. Representative Dolph is the father of the bill nnd has beep promised tho support of tho majority of the members of tho House and Sen ate. The bill undoubtedly will be pnssed if It Is brought up In time. Tho bill provides that the theft of fowls In the night time shall constitute grand larceny, Irrespective of the value of the fowls so stolen. Representative Smith of Denvef asked for a special order on H. B. No. j 222, which appropriates money to pay j the certificates of indebtedness on state Canal Nb. L 1 q ■/ COLORADO NEWS ITEMS Easier wagon roads are to bo made Into Estes Bark from loingmont. Fort Collins Is going to put on aR kinds of metropolitan airs with a street car system. Mrs. Mary Dixon, aged seventy, baa Just died near Florence. She came to Colorado tbirty-flve years ago. Leadville safecrackers pulled off another robbing the other night. Over 93,000 has been stolen there of late. Nimrod a will be pleased to know that sea gulls and ducks are swarming the lakes In the neighborhood of Gree ley. The curtains are again to roll up on vaudeville In tho old California theater In Florence, after being closed three years. Frank Roney, a Pueblo man, baa been arrested for kidnapping bis own child? Why didn't be let tbe kid do Its own napplug? If there Isn't music In tbe air at Fort Collins It will be no fault of tbe band boys, who have Just received their new uniforms. John W. Carrol, for a number of years cor ductor on a railroad Is can didate for mayor of Halida. He ougbt to know how to bundle tbo tickets. Winter tiptoed In so quietly, acted so nicely, and departed *0 slyly that no one knew it wuh uu the place. Colo rado weather la nothing If not genteel. All tho carmen on tho Colorado A Southern employed between Walaca burg and Tcxllne, are to receive a raise of 2 cents sn hour after April Ist. The Upn County Advocate and the Republican at Sterling have been consolidated and will be conducted by D. C. Smith, furmer publisher of tba Republican. Juleaburg narrowly escaped belag burned up this week by a fire set from sparks from an engine. As It was, several nead of stock were cremated on adjacent ranches. John Zimmerman, a mountaineer, living sixty miles west of Fort Col lins, trapped a ferocious mountain lloa last Tuesday, and now has Ua skim tacked on his cabin door. K. E. Burlingame, one of the moat noted men In Colorado for the last forty years, died at his residence, 1259 York street. In Denver, at 1 o'clock Wednesday morning. John Okejr, a alxteen-yearold boy, has been held on the charge of murder ing Alexander Albln, a ranchman near Montrose. The deed grew out of a quarrel over a lino fence. C. K. Mahoney, acting president of the Western Federation of Miner*, haa gone to Goldfield. Nevada, where ha waa called to evttle the strike now la progress there. He expects to be there two weeks. The first automobile club In Wyo ming hss been organised at Cheyonna. This ought to open the eyes of East ern tend-.-rfeet who think that Wyo ming Is nothing but s home for buck ing brotte >s. Sentence of death has been pro nounced upon Santiago Tafoya, who waa convicted of murdering Pedro Grel go near Soprls. six weeks ago. He will 1m- hanged In the state penitentiary during the week of July 6th. A package containing 92.500 that was taken from the depot platform at Aspen a few days ago. has been turned by mall. Tho name of the con science-smitten one who returned It was not given. Dr. J. A. Holmes has Invented a process * hereby the lowest grade of roal may be made useful. Tho coal is saturated with a mixture. By this process millions of tons of Colorado coal will be made valuable. Announcements of tho tenth nnnunl session of the Colorado Chautauqua and summer school, to be held at Boulder, have Just been made. Twelvo distinct schools are organised. thu* giving the student* splendid opportun ities. Scout Oliver Wiggins, tho Denver weather prognosticator, gives It out flat that “these dlggln's sir to hcv a three-foot snow about April Ist, by cracky." The old scout comes desper ately near telling the truth about It, too. . Three railroad men In Denver are giving up some of their skin to save a fellow-workman's life. He waa scalded in a wreck nnd now skin must be crafted onto his wounds. Here Is one skin and grafting game tho genera! public will applaud. The pontoffleo report from Colorado Springs for tho year ending March 31 will show receipts approximating 9111,950. This Is an Increase of more than 96.000 over tho previous year, tho best year in tho history of the office. “Tho Scout's Revenge," a blood and thunder tragedy In three acts, ha* been perpetrated upon an unsuspecting public In various towns In the stato during tho past week. Just what tho public has done to have refengo taken out on It, tho complainants sayeth not. Mike Plelll, living at the coke ovens three miles south of Glenwood Springs, attempted to kill his wife the other day by shooting her three times with bird shot. He Is In Jail and the doctor Is making a collection of pellets for evidence agaliist him. The womnn will recover. Twenty-three years ago Baby Wil liam Portar wns kidnaped by his father hack in an Eastern state. During all these years hIH mother has searched for her hoy. One day this week her dear old heart wns mnde glad by again embracing her child. They met at Colorado Springs. The boy had been living at Grand Junction. Over 910.000 worth of strawber ries were shipped from Longmont Inst year, and prospects for a bumper crop this year are excellent. Gus Kloiber, secretary of the Longmont Fruit Grow ers' Association, reports that one man has ordered two carloads of this sea son’s strawberries. They are to go to Nebraska towns ns far as Omaha. Manuel Rodrigues, a Mexican, was about to be sentenced to ten years by a Fort Collins judge, on the charge of assault with a deadly weapon, when the county physician Interceded, stating that the man would lose his mind If such a heavy penalty were im posed. The judge relented and gave the Mexican one day In Jail. It’s great to be craxy. BUTTON THEIR OWN WAISTS. New York Women Have Surmounted | Crest Obstacle. Marvelous as It may *eem. New York Woint-n havo lately discovered a way of fastening their waists up tho bark without calling for assistance. Thought not lacking in generosity, they became so tired of the outstretched palm of the chambermaids that they now feel that it I* time to guard their pockets. The Gotham woman discov ered that If she put her blouse on hind side before, with the sleeves banging free. It could be fastened from top to bottom, with the excep tion of the hooks at the neck, and then turned around and the arms slipped into the sleeves without un duly straining the fastenings. So aim pie! Ho strange that no one had thought of it before. Or la it possible Other women have used the plan and meanly kept It to themselves? Will the waist that buttons in the back sow have a new lease of life? FIFTEEN YEARS OF ECZEMA. Terrible Itching Prevented Sleep— Hands, Arms and Legs Affected —Cuticura Cured in 6 Days. "I had eczema nearly fifteen year*. Tin* affected purls were my hands, , arms and legs. They were the worst , In the winter time, and wore always l Itchy, ami I could not keep from scratching them. I had to keep both I hands handuged all the time, and at 1 night I would have to scratch though the bandages a* the Itching was so 1 severe, and nt time* 1 would havo to tear everything off my hand* to ' acrnicli the skin. I could not rest or 1 sleep | had several physicians treat I me hut they could not give mo a permanent cure nor even could they atop tho Itching. After using the ! Cuticura Soap, one box of Cuticura 1 Ointment and two bottles of Cuticura 1 Resolvent for about six days the ; Itching Imd ceased, and now tho sores 1 . have disappeared, and 1 never felt : better In my life than I do now. | Edward Wo re 11. Band 30th U. 8. Id- ] 1 fantrv. Fort Crook. Nebraska/* Defective's Parable. Hilary K. Adair, the well-known tec tire. was complimented In Gslve*- I k ton. Tex., on an arrest that he had J ( made. The arrest had been mysteri- , ! onsly achieved and Mr. Adair waa | asked to explain IL This, though, be ( refused to do. , "There are *0 many ways of catch ing criminals." he said, laughing. • , “You know wbat the old man told his wife? She first said to him: “ ‘Don't talk. John. You can’t say I • aver ran after you.* " ‘True,* the old man assented. 'And you can't say the trap ever runt after ■ the mouse, either, but It gathers him j la Just the same.'" ’ A Big Bargain for 12 Cents Postpaid. The year of IO« wa- one of prodigal plenty on our -ml farm-. Nt-vrr liefore : did vegetable mid farm -«e«L return »uch em-rmou- y idd-. Now we wi-h to gain JW.OOU new cus tomer* this >car and lienee oiler for I2c postpaid ’ 1 pkg. Garden City Beet 10c 1 " Karln-t Itipe Caldtagr I'* I “ Karlic-t Emerald Cucuhilht.... I.V ■ | " ICro—c Market ixltuie I.V 1 “ 13 Dav lUdi-h l«c 1 " Blue Blood Tomato IV 1 “ Juicy Turnip luc * 1000 kernel- gl<>rioii-l> beautiful flow er accda IV Total »! *) All for 12e po-tpnid in order to intro duce our warranted nnd if you w ill -end Iflc we will add one package of Berliner Earlic-t Cauliflower, together with our mammoth plant, nur-cry -fork, vegetable and farm -cod and tool catalog. Thi« catalog i- mailed free to nil in tending purrha-er*. Write today. John A. Sal/er Seed to.. Box W, I-a Cl osae, Wi*. Hard to Beliovs. “I saw the rabbit coming through the air, nnd tbe next moment It ap peared under tuy coat," said a man who wn* charged in nn Ka-rilsh police "ourt with Htonllng a rabbit from a shop. Furthermore, ho swore that that day he had taken only two glasses of beer. With a smooth »ro.i and Doll m-w ! Starch, you can launder your shirt waist Just as well at home as the Kteam laundry can; It will havo the proper stiffness and finish, there will be less wear nnd tear of the po:>d*. and it will lie a positive pleasure 10 use a Starch that does not stick to the iron. .A’hat we have boon makes us what ve are.—George ElioL always the most costly. Jlfr BAKINC\ f POWDER f pHHBfe 25 ounces for 25 cents Ijf |1 ,s 1C purest and most efficient baking LowrpjrlJl kelp in the country. It’s a waste of rr_ ■ money to pay more for baking powder Miiilla not half so good IK C Baking Powder is made and guaranteed by Chicago . TWO YEARS IN BED Dr. Williams’ Pink' Pills Cured Stub born Rheumatism When Othsr Treatmsnt Gavs No Relief. Dr. Williams’ Pink Pllle havo boon curing tho most stubborn cases of rheumatism for nearly a geueratioa and thousands of grateful patients havo given testimony that cauuot bo Ignored. Mr. Robert Odbert, a machinist, liv ing at 201 Cameron Street. Detroit, Mlcb., had a very distressing experi ence with rheumatism for about two years. Ho make* tho following state ment: "About the year 1887 1 felt tbo effects of rheumatism which gradually grew worso until 1 was compelled to give up work for a time. The years of '97 und '9B I was enuflned to my bed most of the time. I was under doctors* treatment but found no relief. My legs were swollen from the hipa down ward and red blotches appeared ail , over them. Frequently they pained m» so that I had to bind them tightly with strips of linen. This sometimes relieved the puln but at other times failed to do so. At times 1 hud to crawl to my work, using two crutches. During these spells I suffered gri ally from pain around my heurl which 1 at tributed to tho rheumatism. "At lust my mother wrote mo and esked mo to try Dr. Williams* Pink Pills. 1 did and In a short time I found myself getting better aud havo tiad no trouhio since. I may hero add that 1 consider myself perfectly cured. 1 havo not had tho least sign of tho disease since and feel better now than 1 over did. Fur these reasons I recommend Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills to any one affected the same as I waa.“ Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold hjr all druggists, or sent by mall, postpaid on receipt of price. 50 cents per box. six boxes for 92.50, by the Dr. Wil liams Mcdlclno Co., Schenectady, N. Y. I Home 1 To have a happy home I ! I you should have children. ■ ■ They arc great happy-home ■ ■ maker*. If a weak woman, I 1 I you can be made itrong I S enough to bear healthy chit- S fi dren, with little pain or din- m ff comfort to younclf,by taking I tCARDUI I A Tonic for Women • i M It wrffl ease all your pstn, reduce I H tafLumaation, cure leucorrhea, ■ ■ (whites), falling womb, ovarian B ■ trouble, disordered men***, back* ■ ■ ache, healache, etc., and auke h ■ chJUMrth nitur.il and easy. Try IL H J§§ At all dealers In medicines, la m ■ 91.00 bottles. m ■ 44 DOT TO CAOUI ■ ■ Is my baby girl, now two weeks ■ ■ olJ," writes Mr\. J. Priest, ol Web- H fl stcr City, lowa. ** She Is a fine B H healthy babe and we arc both doing H ■ nicely. I am still taking Cardui, H B and would not be without It In B B the house.’* 1 Mica Axle Grease Beat lubricant for axles in tbe world—long wearing and very ad hesive. Makes a heavy load draw like a one. Saves b .If the wear on wrsgon and team, and increases tbe earning capacity of your outfit. Ask your dealer for Mica Axlt Q reate. STANDARD OIL CO. SQSfJ ■ l,picA~cr‘P > '^ DEFIANCE CTMCI-K.TS2 —«ithrr afarrh-- only li oiittr.u—-atne prfc« anS “OBFIANCg" ID DUPSHIOM QUALITY. The Missing Link. An Interesting discovery lias been made by the well■ known HtfliMtof * scientist, Professor Klaatsch. Writing In the Kooluer Zeltting, the professor says that while examining \ some Australuxlun natives arrested for j killing a white man In Port Arthur, he found tbut one of tho men hud feet und hands of exactly tho same shape nnd appearance us those of nioukeye. ' Tho natives, on his Inquiries, stated that In tho hitherto-uncxplored re ' glons between the rivers Duly and Vl* > toriu u numerous people have similar * bunds and feet, and otherwise bear A » strong resemlilnnee to lurgu moukoyn. 1 Income Is what you like to have pe» 1 pie think you spend; wuges Is what ) you get. 1 ! Many a man with a big head has small Ideas. I Denver Directory 1 rou'ti'H i. H. WILSON STOCK SMILES I A.k ycur il.al.r r»r I h*m. Tak* no mtiar. ’ BROWN PHACE ;,^ •CsragMws I'laa. ||.M ami tHww* CTfIVP ItKl'.tlltH nr *v.ry kn««" mnlin ” *“nf •ln«« lurna>r nr ran*, fi—■ | falira. 1131 Inawarr. Sra.rr. VUmmm ttS. | CUSHUkH 6ASOLINF E*6IRF | mnf. 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BURTON, Sttecimen price*: Gold, allver, fold, -fiver, 76c: gold, GQc; sine or eoppar, ft. C yanlrle teal*. Mailing envelope* aad * full price Hat aent on appllratlon. Control and umpire work *ollr|fer). Cola Reference. Carbonate Natlunal Hank.