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BESSEMER, - COLORADO. Ix the debate between I'rincoton •nd Yale, the decision was that the Princeton ban* exceeded in its as pect of non-intellectuality anythin" that had recently appeared in public. In bringing over Chinese for the Purpose of subsequently smuggling them into the United States, the British Columbians are reported to have inadvertently imported small pox of the worst type. The heart felt sympaths of the Americun people is extended to them. Esfiuxu's soldiers are busily en gaged in slaying the natives . 'f dis tant India, it is iva-.>uring to Know that the slaughter i- purely benefi cent in character, and that if Eng land was not certain the natives would bo better off dead than alive, they would be left alone. It' will probably surprise those American advocates til the canals to learn that there ;? ■. to-day ;j,«t) i miles of canals used ■ r mu igati.ui. Tn a country where ruilmading Las tt\c highest form of development no favor is found in any suggestion look- . ing toward giving up the artificial i waterways. California farmers havo no cause of complaint against the present sea- | son. as rain has conic with great reg- ! ularity and the prospects for fruit j and grain were never brighter. The | total rainfall for the season in nearly I all the counties is over fifteen inches*, and in all the northern counties it •ver twenty-live inches. I'm; Intro clothing a- an offset to smoke esa powder and improved two-mile guns will make the art of war one of j pleasurable exhilaration, with "very ! little danger. About the only people : who will bo injured by a war In the ! twentieth century will be the over- j worked tailors and machinists. Tl " resident of Gadsden. \ whose life wus saved in a duel bv I the bullet stribi .. , ....... I ear . shot 1! mic.liutelv fmnish " bill of particulars. If ‘it was th traditional Bible his mother gave him. he will be permitted some lati tude in explaining how he came to in- | dulge in the ungodly occupation of dueling. ViiKDKR.rK DOCOMO, who was for ! years a slave in Talbot countv. .Md ' is negotiating for one of the* hand- • somest estates near his old home. Of course, his talents and opportunities are not shared by all of his race, but i 1 >us example ought to serve as an in 1 ; centive to other colored men anu ■ lead to u partial solution of the race 1 problem. A Milan-, Tenn., man w mp a : -ntly died and then came to again ! atirred up the neighborhood in > which ho reside by vivid tales of heaven and what lie claimed to have , seen there. Unfortunately the man 1 dted in reality twenty-four hours * later, before the reporters had u '•.banco to try their hands on a revised a version of Revelation. A bill has been Introduce,; in tj, e j f Conne tlcnt slatnre pi the punishment of persons who s. ml | ; •‘fake’’ news to newspaper-. The : : evil complained of has gne- r proportions In' . or f” ' U ILl.ibrs of humbug Connecticut m-w --■end such tales to N'ew York papers ! and to any Connecticut papers that 1 will pay for such service The Tehauntepec railroad, fi.au Hie gulf to the Pacific, is nearing completion, and so quietly ha, tin- Mexican government prosecuted tin- ' work that the rathei impoi tant fa t has hardly attracted notice. it j, u route l,. I >oo miles shorter to San I ran oisco than via the isthmu-of Panama, but it will have powerful competition ! to overcome, notwitbstandmg • I it- f ... a s mething new and is being guivclv 1 discussed by women who do nut -•• uii i wholly brutal or totally devoid ■ f '■ sense. The moated question i- i whethe ont quies of a person upon whom in life she had not called nr who had moved in a different set. A woman who would consider such a problem should by all odds attend a 1 menu with delay. The suggestion that it '«• her j own seems almost supcrKuous. Iris observed that a- the ladies. ! obeying the edicts of fa-liion. begin , to shorten their trains, the g.-ntl- j men, equally obedient to the suin'* ar biter, begin to lengthen the skirts to j their Prince Alberts The latest cut ' of these attenuated garments gives | them a tail that almost sweeps tin ground. At the present pace it will ! not be long before the wearer of tin- Prince Albert train will have toiilrnn- j don his cane. He will need both ! hands to keep it out of the mud. Of ail the fools, old or young, wh * play their part upon the earth, the stago-struck young woman i- by far tho worst. The sentimental female who worships a hero in a curly wig and a property uniform, while not being able to appreciate the unob trusive heroism of real life, is a fool of ordinary type. Many people prefer shams to reality. The young woman who gives up a good home to yield to a wiki desire to go on the stage, to become anything from u t.-a\ currier «r a high kicker to a great tragedy actress, is an extraordinary fool. A street car company in Hartford, t'onn. , has a section running by tricity and with perfect satisfaction, too. the current being fed through an underground wire It lias been down *ll winter, the cars running with no Interruption from induction, etc Bv it not the slightest danger to pedes- j Brians is now encountered, the system being hermetically sea cd. The ipoints of contact an* operated auto matically. It is claimed that it costs *io more to place these electric wires binder ground than to install the overhead trolley wire. A Los AxoKLiss man stole some rare Hold coins and curios. The hasty . conclusion that a thief had been caught, was up-el by the :1<- .v.-ry that the man had nit.ip-y an 1 wore good Clothes. But it was a narrow escape for a worthy kleptomaniac Modern Roman sport seems tc have elements of rigor that the old atyle lacked. The principal feature 1* bomb-throwing, but the champion bomb-thrower Is me Jest He has not come forward for a ertnra of iMlbl v COLORADO’S LEGISLATURE. i)<-tailed Report ot the Proceeding* ol Both lloiun. .'iAflca 30.—Senate.—The following hills . sere passed: Jinking a special tax yf one* lenth of a mill for the State University; amending suction <5 of chapter Iff of i he gen , Till statute* of the state ot Colorado, entitled ••Schools," the same being general secilou : HO4O. ns amended, ISUI. and relating to the election of school trustees; making an ap . proprlalloti <>f #22.1)00 to pay outstanding certificates of indebtedness and the Interest thereon, amending An net to create the of tlce <>f chaplain of the penitentiary. and to j pioi nle the sulary thereof." approved April •». iVs*. by creating the i.liice of u---lsiant chaplain with a-alary of ssuu: repealing the law for nn encampment of the militia; ap propriating #.V»o.uuu for the state capltol; providing for the manner of paying special appropriations In certain cases; concerning the rood In < lent < reek oaunty from u point nc r the «mlda mine to the head of spring 1 gulch.amending section 2 of the act approved i April it. ivy.* concerning fees au«l salaries, providing for viola.ion or evasiou thereof, to provide fot the appointment of certain ofll •crs. and to repeal nl! acts anil parts of acts !u conllicr therewith; regulating the manu fneture aud vale of oleomargarine, re-creating the office of -late dairy aud Xchkl com ml s- Tbe fee hi!; passed inctca-c* a great nnm '•or of fee- about twenty-live per ,-ent. ll..; si: The following hill* were pasted I’rovaiPtg ft-i a,, appiopriutiou for the state ' issue .»-* .-i*« to i ii. mirage and pronto. the holding of agricultural and mechauieal fs'r-: f ir the r. peal *>f ~n a.-t enahlicg countn - to refund their hooded Indebtedness; amending the civil cede re i.rlog to fudges practicing ,i« attorneys: amending the statutes relating to oal miner.: fur tin appointment of tmardsof arbitration in lahm- troubles. The bill to re move the stall* Industrial boot from Holden to Las Anlinas county, had : - enacting , clausi- stricken out. The bill repealing tl.c railroad law. which I had been vetoed, -.-. as taken up and discussed. I Messrs, t arn«*y. Wicks, Rageami Booth spoke In favor of upholding the veto, Mr Booth said that there was no Use in mointulnlug the Office for year.* at a Pig expense and then cut I. It out when the executive was going to put a man in the office who would see that the lan was enforced. The Pill was. however, passed •-.or the governor s veto tyy the following vote: j Aye.—Anderson. Raltcock, Baldwin (El i I l '-" lionvnge, Bromley. Brown, < anuon. Carn.than Cochran, D.ike, Bean. Fitzgerald. : IT its, Vanderburgh. Garcia. tiili. Cordon. llalien. Harper, llclsler. Herr. How. Hum- I plirey. Hauler. Kiitop Letuiard. Lowell. M Jfewman S P • Pu I Kcvi. '!.'.*. Ho—. Koth. San.-hes. Sim- Maw- Bween f, 1 bon •- [Von i Woottou. Young -14. I Noes - Baldwin i Boulderi Bent. Benton. : Booth, Calkins. Carney. Coffman, Crow.Crow | ley. Do-.-.ath. Dvatt. Heath. Hurt. Hyne*. : .lenks, Lynch. .MeKnlglit. I’age Westermaii, | Wicks. Ammons—2!. | March 01.— Senate. —The following bills were passed. j Appropriating #5.000 to the Bcncdletine Sisters for damages doue to their building; | making It a misdemeanor for anyone to carry on the business of blithering on Sunday In any city of the first or second class; provid ing for the protection of foundlings; appoint ment of judge-, etc.. relating to the 1 i,-war debt fund authorizing the -late auditor to draw warrant-on tin- -lock inspection fund | In payment of outstanding certificates of in debtedness on the stock indeutnltv fund, and I authorizing the treasurer to pay th- same; | coneertilng the state reformatory and mik .ng appropriaii-.ns therefor; appruprhit.’oii for the state industrial scluh.l ; providing for the e-tnbll-hmcut of i stute bankiug depart ment and the inspection of bank-, both cor pornte aud private; provhllug for the regu lating the foreclosure by advertisement of mortgages and dec,]- of tru<t on real estate: defining the righc- of tunnel locators for th development and di-eovery of mines; n-gu laflng the business cf employment or (nielli genee offices, amending tl.e reveune law : amending the law relative to the adoption of children . providing for the registration of plumbers and for tlie creation of an extimlu- Denvei rovldlnj f - • tecl [labels mark- : making th' larceny of property at ... n-'y a* tiie hire* ny of personal property . I transferring l-ahtnce* to the general revenue J fun-! providing for minority represent:, tlon lti boards of du cot >rs of corporation*; amend- ! it's f law- rclatlug to the Iran*p-.nation of pr!-oners. -( that under -li.-ritTs o, deputy -heriffs may uct lit lieu of sheriff- in ink lug prisoners to the Industrial ►■jli.s-,, Hppropn itlng jtl.iMO to reward Tbos ' Tuhln for killing the Espinosa outlaws; re lating to the stale treasurer; relating to the I state insurance department, and allowing der to do husln-tss In other -tat.--, relating to the books of corporation* and prov i.h'i--- ... O' • a -St ‘ i ; ving th- *a.ar:>- of ■ !li- cr- 1 * 1 state Institution.-; providing for auditor- In | •itlet* of tlie second clus*; relating to Jtldg- 1 nients and e\ec titlon-; relating to the reluct. | '.lon of ltiandoned lodes; amending the law i relating to cri ninal proceedings; making it I unlawful to inure Infants under 10 year* ~f age; relating to Insurance companies and the deposit of se.'ur.t.e-; providing that foreign ! enevolent or fraternal societies shall tile a copy of their charters, and tile an orderde-lg nating their agent or ngent- in thlsstaU'. amendiug the law ielating to the taking of ti-li and niak.ii the clo-ed -■ 11 ftoiil No vi'lillii-l to 'lay it.elusive, providing foi the pun'-hment tf any person who shall «.*t lire to any building, and fixing tlie penalty i-.t Im prisonment for from one to ten years; author izing the renewal or extension of corporat ions for a term not exceeding fifty year*; the Den ver charter: living the bond* of con-tables: ue,i ... amending the act relating to iustle - and constables; providing that property mu-' l>e assessed at it- lull value and requiring that assessors -hall com- ply with the law under -evere penally, regn j iating Insurance t.roker-: S.-mite joint in.*mo- I rial requesting ' ongres* u» -.-t apart the tract on the Matt " livei and it- tid utar.-- in which are f" ; I the cliff dwelling*, in order to protect the re!i<-: Senate joint resolution lelnting to fore-try reservations and the preservation of timber: relating lo insurance aud amending the general statutes; amend ing the law to allow citie- to acquire laud for ! nark purposes: providing a method for the ' annexation of a contiguous city or town The bill to tepeal the law for the .-oustruc , t,on of canal No "J was defeated. ! Ilot .-i:. Bui-passed: Making an appro ' print ion for the erection of new buildings on j the «tate reformatory grounds; f .r the estnle ! li.-hincut of a home for disabled miner-, for ! 'lrn c iistructlon <>f ;> reservoir at Twin lake-; I relating to recognizances: relating to the proof of the existence of corporations; I amending the statute- relating to justices and | constab:c«. for the relief of Scott A Co : to 1 pay the-tine coal inspector tlie balance due ! him for mileage during the years I•'01 and ly.c.': relating to the selection of ~iaml and j peii: inrors; to pay William 11. Harris for | military -ervlccs rendered in < ..tnpany I». j state militia, in 15155: to provide for the J -election of inrors in county court-: for the , relief of E. W. Multi. «v Co. ; to amend the ! law - relating t«. the summons of witnesses In ; wi!i case- io amend the statutes entitled will*, for a wagon road Itelwccii Idaho Spring* and the Jefferson county road: to -trike oIT a p.rt of Weld county and add the *:ime to Morgan county , relating to the n -t riet ion ..f coinage of silver. 'lhe conference committee substitute for t’.e employer*' liability bill was agreed to at t ie request of Mr. Hynes. The :*enat" amendments lo 11. B. No. 211 ft, Mealing a l.ounl of control ft.r the «ompi--- ion and construction of slate canal No. I. In committee of the whole a number of J bill- w.-re con-:dercd. The bill of Mr. Boyd j iholi-ii capltol punishment was defeated | A full. 1- SiNtrt; A number of hills were I ejKjrted adversely from the committee-. • Among them v.a- one t,y Senator Boyd regti- ; iaiing common carrier* and creating a rad rottd commi'-l'-n. The author moved not to concur in 'lie al- i-r-e report, \ficr lieailr.g with the objection in a spirit of fun. the bill was referred to It* author as n committee of 'liie conference substitute for 11. U No. It. the employers' liability bill, was taken tip. The hill in it.* provisions very closely re- i -emtiles the Ma*-..ehti«ctt* law Senator Fe!- I her attacked the measure. After a somewhat 1 extended del. , to the bill was Anally passed. At the afternoon session the following bills were passed. Concerning the use of label* alul trade marks; relating tf. the payment of damage* for animals killed or Injured by rail way companies: regulating the procuring of book.-, stationery and supplies for county of ficers by the board -of county commissioner in the counties of till* state, and providing that, such supplies shall he purchased In (.'oils rado;*rcgulating the practice of pharmacy. The Henntc then killed the lull providing fin a local option herd law. A large numlter of Ifou-e hill- were con sidered In committee of the whole Horst:.--The fol.owing hills were passed. Amending the stauite* relating to agricul tural board; relating to county government; to si * ure liens to mechanic* and others ; to repeal the act provldingfor the disconnection of territory from towns and cliie*. authoriz ing cities and towns lo maintain public libra ries: far the recovery of the value of ore wrung*.titly mined from the claim of another : 'i'liltin ; the lime for bilnglng actions relat> ng it real «~tafc to twenty years; appro i >■. hi 'ffti.tyjd fog the Sohiliuv aud aaJlota’ rioine; lor ibo I irplttg of numeral indexes j l M'j+nfmsf' i° prohibit judges of tbe District Court nud justices of the peace from practicing law in other court*; relating to a helmet offices; to provide for a system Of practioe la divorce cases; for the fssuauce of bonds by town* aud cities for supplying water and put chase of water work*; for the creo- Uon of additional building* at the University of Colorado, and to further Improve the grounds; for a state preparatory school at Alamosa; to establish an agricultural ex periment station in Cheyenne county; to regulate the atalc militia, and to place It on a similar footing w ith the ai*,ny in relation to officers; controlling the ptocodnre In sales >,f real estate forfeited for no f payment of taxes; controlling the operating of‘all the pawn broker buslues*. The >cnat - amendment-. LS the charter lull were then considered aud concurred In, »i;h hut two objections The lull for a joint hoard to manage the ► Lite charitable, and penal Institutions of the state, wa* defeated in committee of the w hole. Afttii. 2 Senate. —Three sc**lons' were •“•Id on Ea.-ter Sunday The entire time was -pent In consideration ,f Hou»c Mil* In < om mlttee of the whole The general appropriation hill was consid ered at the evening session When the *ec tion wa» readied which provides for an ap proprliulon of fIO.tXNI for the Inspection of metalliferous mine-. Senator White moved t<> (l ive this -til,-ken out Ihi- called M-miloi M heeler to the Moor ami a hitler wrangle on -ued benvcn .Senator* Wheeler and bite. Thi- cla.i-e tt.o, -trick, n out and the hill i.-coiiim.-ndcd for pn.*-agr. it uppropriate- Shortly before 11 o'clock at night six clerks wen* put lo work reading bill- nlouil in order in have a great many ready for passage on M.odav Both Lieutenant (iovrruor NicLoU and Mr. Barela, the president pn> tern. >l. - • dared that they would not sign bill- ru-hed through In that mannei 1 he autl-Pinkcrton bill was killed Hot -e. The (.ill to amend the statute pro vidlng for the Incorporation and regulation of tru-t companies wa- pas-c l \i-.. thel.illfor additional Inifldlug- for the deaf and blind Institute at ( oh.rndo J-piings I tie day vva» occupied almost exclusively hi rushing bill* through second readings, and nearly everything met with approval, \moiig these was a bill to amend the fee hill. Apkii. :t —Senate. - After reading the journal the Senate went Into executive v **;on to decide w hat to do with reference to stolen '■ills. It was decided to a-k the House for a second engross' d cony of Calkin-'oleomar garine till!, which had been •tolen. The Senate Mien t<K*k up the general ap propriation bill. It wa* decided to restore tlie pppf'printicn from eliu u) to «H.OUfl fot for the attorney general s oMicc. The bit! wa* linully passed. The regular third reading calendar was taken up and the following hills were thiallv p.-«eo Making it Unlawful t» take ti-h from ai:v private i -nd. lake or stream without Me- consent of the owner; making it uni infill t.> take flab from December lo May. in< lusive: appropriating fti.nOO for the redemption aud payment of outstanding c-eititlcate* is-ued for premium on loco weed; prohibiting and regu lating the killing, trapping nr otherwise tak ing. the transportation and sale of certain animal-, ti-li and bird-inr.ivlding for the pay ment to W. H. Harri-of #ll'.‘s'due foi mlil ta;y service during the ycxr Is.*!; relating to a—lgnments for the Itenetlt of creditor*; pro viding nn appropriation of f .MXtd for the re lief-J Duvl.l It Johns, who lo*t his eyesight , •’> a blast while working on the state’ ditch; appropriating #170.000 for the state peultcu tlar.v providing for nro.peetiiig ai 1 develop ing the mineral latids Indonglng to the state, and providing fot the lease of smdi land* t.y . the -t.»te board of land commissioners itn; no pt iat Ing #I.OOO for the relief of •lame-T Me faun 'n eonneetion with th- lie war; amending the act relating to ►i.-lm d* so Mini applicants for U-adier-’ certllicat -.- sliail j.av i fee of >1 . appropriating f'i .'sH forth.- c«n -tnictiou of sewerage for the State Agricul tural College: appropriating #1.700 for Hie lief ~f James !lutehin*on and his as-i-iant -. Ihe Senate then went Into cxecut.V.- -<•- don to consider the governor's nomination* "ft the state 1 ojr.l • f agriculture, the boards of veterinary anil medical examiners and the board of control of the Industrial school. They were all eontlrmed The bill providing for submission to the eh-c'ors of the state the question of extend- I ing the franchise to women v.a* tluallv pa.-svd J by 11 vote of *iO t<! IP Ihe foUowlug l.ilU were tlnnllj- pa»-r.l without discussion Authorizing tru*t aud guaranty compaicc* and corponttions organ ized for that purpo-c to I ..come surety tip >n the official bond- of public officer and l.oml i.qutM-d In judicial proceeding-, amending wafer work-; limiting the time in which suit m.-t;. be brought In (hi-state when the can-r of action a. i.iue.l without the siatc: regula;- l"g the burial of 'he Indigent and pauper „ .v.'' ... . V.o.i't • ; l<rfst.*n.*-' ' , 1 J'.'!;!.'!';'mV';:r r M.. 'm,;!';; | mm in duv in the month* «.f June, duly and 1 Augu ; (..,:f la l.dav.* In I>.-nver; creating I -late and county l.ounl, of horticulture nud I providing 1 ■ the c'.t. iit nation of Insect j p.-sts; aiTi-n-ling the ad relating to torpor.i tluiis: repealing the n.-t to enable counties in refund their bonded debts: appropriating 6-:.:(-) f..; the t.-lief of th- ( oilier .x i U-velund Lithographing Company. \t ibe beginning of the even log v<-*.u.i the t..nferen.-c report on the bill fm annex ing town* wa, i o.isid-icd. A ■ oinpruiiii-e wa- agreed to that made the t.ili a. . -;,tal ie to the Hnti-e Conference committee* were appointed on the appropriation bill, the fee bill and the county bill. '1 he following House Mil* u-io then pa**.-1. A mending the act relating '., el ion* and living- tbepert-cn'.age required for nomination •". petition , relating lo the settlement of es tate-; relating to the settlement of e-tatc* nl-. ~- the ; lopertv do*- not . -.col th , i'lovv'* share; providing for the —Ming apart , room in the *t it- capltol building | for hca l.'iiai tel ■ of tb • Dep.ti' m.-nt ■! the ' 1 rati.l Army of Hie Itepub.ic of t olorad. and Wyoming; providing for the appoint ment "f -1 x i omtnbsl'.ncr- f.the man* idittg for tin: appointment of -t.it- li-li and game watdcu and ileputl-.r. the bill makes the ti-li commissioner that, office ap propriating #7.IM'J annually, and *1.20J each for the three deputfe.*; appropriating #I.OJO to pav tho salarv of -tnte li-li commissioner and hat. heries f . the vear l-’J.'b ami *I.OOO lor the year IW. and Jtfi 000 for tl.c branch hatcheries, or #P..OOt) In all; (■-tablishing round-up ilDtrh-i 2': tevlslug the acts and part • of H«-t» relating to the care and custody .m l <1;- . barge of the iasaiu*. and judicial pro ceed ng* affecting tbe sane, providing f..; me lic.il examiner* in luimey Inquest*, and | ptesimting regulation* for filin'i- buildings for the Insane. The conference committee on the bounty bill agreed to make the bounty on mountain lion sculp* #ll in-lead of and the Senate accepted the amendment. Senator Barela was called to the chair, as Lieutenant Governor Nichols -all h>* would not sign the charter 1)111. holding that it had not been constitutionally read. Senator Bar ela signed it. The follow ing bills were finally paa-ed: Providing for the payment of the expenses of (iovernor Routt and staff for the vl-lt. tn the dedication exercises at the World's Fair; reimbursing county treasurers for money paid out for bounties at,d appropriating s'L.iX)'). makltig liens on irrigat.on ditch proper!ie* where co-owners fall or neglect to assist In c'canitig or repairing; requesting C'ongrc-s the establishment In Washington of road department similar to the department of ng riculture: exempting real nnd personal prop erty of po-t* of the A 15. held for i< lief and charitable purposes from taxation; amending section 1. chapter xlvii of the gen eral statu:'-*; relating to the conveyance of ; water right: repealing section 20 of chapter • vili of the genera! -talutc*. entitled ■•( ,m- I v«-yan<-csHouse joint, memorial No 7 tc . ue*ting t oiigr.--* t<> pa-- a general bankrupt j iaa ; providing for the suppression of Infe.:- i ii-.iul .-oiitagloti* ill*.:a.*e* among domes i.c animals and for the erentlon of a state ; »eterimiry sanitary board, who shall appoint entity inspector- where projierlv requested I to do -o. r.-la!ing to the release of deeds of Must; jinx’!,.Jlng the law relating to roads and highway* and determining when private roads *hall i.e declared tola* public highway* The cuiiference r.-pMt on the ('ill for the election of building- for the institute for the .leaf and blind was agreed to. Senator ll irtzcll stated that the conference . • ■ .Hindi tee had agreed to recommend that the i ll.iu*e eon,mr in the Bennie amendment* to | the genera! appropriation 1)111. Tin* report wa- adopted. The House yielded to the Ben nie amendment striking out the Inspector of metalliferous mine*, which was the chief ground of controversy. The third reading calendar wa* again taken up and the following bills passed: Regulat ing insurance companies doing business on the Lloyls plan: providing that each county shall be furnished with a journal for public io-peetlon ; relating to the shite engineer and tin: regulation of Irrigation: confirming the tit'.e of the High-Line Reservoir Company In fee simple to certain hinds In Park County; providing #24,000 for tho support, tnnlntt n:u>o* and Improvements of the State Indus trial School at Golden: appropriating s‘>(i for tbe rutlcf of Robert T. Willet,* for work In . .iiuiectlon with the opening of the session ; relating to electors and amending the law so that n less number of petition* In the smaller counties would be needed; providing for sub mission to vote a constitutional amendment to the constitution and to provide for the creation of a bonded indebtedness on behalf »>f the state to the amount off 1.500,000 to fund the outstanding obligations; providing for the nsjessnietd and collection of revenue from uiid.v!d»d e-tate* In land. ) tteuatur McKinley tqadeaeveral atumpu to tmve tbe election UfU udfen a#. At iiMMda* a by the House It provides that the name of a u candidate shall be printed under one symbol X only. The Senate dually took up tho bill and f It was still under discussion at 4 »0 Tuesday r morning. Tho legislative session expired by • limitation at midnight, but tbe clock wm f flopped aud tbe work went on in both bouses. t llotrsE.—Two more Mil.- were reported . tuLsing when tbe House conveneil. These , were H. 11 No. 120 (Calkins), regu'.utlug the , manufacture aud sale of oleomargai'lnc, and , > It Nn. 121 (Balslngeri relating to pawn r brokers. The hills had disappeared rlncc Sunday evening. New eopie- were ordered engrossed to ena ble the ll..use to umeur In Senate aiueii.l --! ments to Mr Calkins' measure and to put the , pawnbrokers' Mil through third reading. Third readings were then taken up and the following Mils passed, lo provide for tlx* destruction of wolves, coyote*. Wars uu.l . mountain lion,-; corporations; writs of error o authoilce the pro tale ui.lges of hut county to app.di.t a board of , '.-‘tors fot the Inspection of all charitable at.,l corn-ellve In-tltutlon* bx-ated In sal.l .-ottnly: fot an act In relation to -tale re\e nties. to provide for an assistant district at torney In Judicial districts having more than •w.i judge*: relating to the auditing of ltt d. against th.- state; f..r the relief of th.- Benedictine sister*, whose convent wax Ihji.n .l by tunnel blasting at Canon City ; ap • ropriatlng SIOO,OOO to furnish the slate eapi toi; to lix the turlsdUtl in of justices of the peace In preliminary e.vninlnatimis; relating i" .-."iitesteil elections for the office * of prcsl .leulial electors, and t«> Bupreme, District and i ..iinty l oiirt judges; to provide for the es tablishment of permanent registration lists. In ihr afternoon several conference min* i !:t •«•(, were appointed, and the following I*! 1 1-were passed: To redeem out-tanding e. ..f indebtedness; to amend the law pi .vi.liug for the prosceutlou and punish ment of Clime* by Information i to create n board »f health and to delitie Its duties ami jKiwer*; to punish persons for taking electric llgli: in ga.« without the consent of the owner, or for maliciously tampering with or injuring electric or gas appliances; con cerning recognizances in criminal ease*, was killed. Th -Bci.iitc amendments t.> 11. B No. 114. relating to the public land*, were concurred i" a- well as the amendment* 1011. H. N 0.222. cutting down the appropriations fur the state usanc iL-y lum. ( arrled. Tbe Senate amend* (<> the ti-h law were agreed to Tile bill !>r the relief ..f Jam s iluteliinsou n.is passed a- amended Tho bill amending the law rolat* lug 1 1 guardian and want, wa- passed. The fee Ml! was p i*»cd by a \.»t«* of 4't to 2d. The amendments to the oleomargarine bill was agreed tn. aisu the utnetldiilcnis to the wom an’s suffrage MIL The Mil allowing corpora tions to extend their term of Incorporation was pas-cd At the o|M*nl:ig of the evening session tlx* confeieii.-e on the bounty bill was concurred in al-o in regard to the Mil relating to min eral found on school lutxl. The conference report oil the Wicks annexation bill was agreed to. The following bills passed: Declaring at tack* on ruilroad trains to be folomc* and providing n punishment; relating to assign ments for the benetit of creditors and eon-'.i " ting assignees officers of court; abolishing detective agencies; to amend the law relating t" marriage license*, and designating the form of eertltlcate* to be used; for the relief of l lium.i* Tobin : prohlblUng the Insurance of children under 10 years of age: to authorize the -late auditor to draw warrant* on the ■dock Inspect loti fund In payment of out - ■■landing eertlti. ..!.-- of indebtedness on the -lock Indemnity fund; to provide for tin: .ll>- l'"-ltinu (.f e.W'< appealed to the higher courts when Miere I- a lack of jurisdiction: to unt.-nd the law* relating to Insurance com panies. to provide for the construction of lo cal Improvement* in all Incorporated citie*; for a code of procedure in civil aetiun* for court* of record; to amend the statutes re lating tn revenue; to turn the #.*41.000 of the ex"c fund of lK.tt Into the general fund of the year- lßP.'f and to regulate therc di-trii ting of ward- 111 clliet of the -CCOIxI i la** and les-. to preserve the public health :.n l create local Ixiards of health: to enable Incorporated cl He* to c-tabli*h park* and ■ eu I g tho ital .*.-- relating to the code of civil procedure. The eonfi-tence re|K>rt on the bounty bill w t-c. incurred lit. The bounty on mountain lion. - Tlie amendment* made by the Bt-n-.'e o. |J. II No 4-V> «civ concurred in on mo-.b nof Mi Moore. The bill gives citie* of Mu- i I. third and fourth eiat* the power t pur-L i-e electric plant- for motor power. The conferenee report on the general appro priation bill wa* al-o agreed 10. 'Tlie conferenee committee on b 11. No. .'III. relating to fee* and -alnrlc*. which had been a* pointed to adjust the difference* over the It . i e. in ndment. filed Its re|K>rt. The le pait cut.-down the county clerk - salary In - **f tin* -c'liok'Jn. i livu, J n u,.t . i , . .... irom to *,.,■•». L'v' '•.;.* chief deputy', -alarv in i p. g*J 000 1 he county tiva»urer'« in -ec , , C It from : I 00111 #3,500 .1 h 1:i f deputy'- -alary from $2.4iM) to i2.it o Ibe county n*-t -sor's salary In the . uii- i la-- of counties i- e it to $3,7)0:) from - ; .mi The rPiort a!-o cut* down Hie gov ernor'- -alary »., sJ.lidO: Judge* of Court of \ :•-• ai - >.%..■»•»': Supreme ( oiirt judges. s*'>. 0()0, and district judge?, (5,000. Tho district attorneys in district with more than two . I -.-- are albovcd #5.000 and mileage, and P. “Mi'T di-ti A:* $4.0i)0 The report of the committee wa- adopted. Mr. I homas at till-juncture presented Mr. V.'.dlmgtonl. the clerk of the House, with a g.. >1 In atb-d e.mo. neatly engraved, which he - .1- ■•ffered on lieiialf of the tiictnher* a : ■he chsi k’t ah ■ and Sei. • - ■ it Inn Billow was in«*«etiled with a- tnilar weapon. Mr. Woott'in in a neatly rounded speech, pri— cnled Speaker Ammon* with a gold w atch end chain. Inset ilied • Tre-cnb d to the Speaker, by tli<- Member- "f the Ninth Gen ,-r.il A -cmidv. Apr.l l"'.i.! " Mr. Ammons re-|ii‘nd:-il n a graceful speech The House A I-Kll. 4 SENATE —The election bill Wa p.i.-.ed at 4 :.Ul o’clock. The bill provides that a candidate maj accept a nomination fr.mi "(ie party only, and that Id- name limy appear under tbe vignette of hilt otic party. Tni- iTovi.lon wa* bitterly fought by Hie fii-lnu wing of tin* Democratic party and by tho Popul:-!-. while Hie While Wing* and Republican- as staunchly supported it. The following Mils were then pa 1: Concerning real estate held by benevolent and fi eteriial societies; providing for the mortgaging of the esUitcs of Illinois and In sane pi non*; relating to the election of tin-tes of cuileges: amending the law rela tive to administrators; referring to a -tnte board of veterinary examiners; amending ttx: low relative to the judicial district- of the - ate; concerning offers to compromise ea*c* in ju-Hec-' court-; regulating the bu-lne** of cinploy ni -nt nnd Intelligence ngent-; amend ing an at t concerning larceny: amending the ■datum* relating to costs: to add a portion of Weld County to .Morgan County. The Senate concurred in the Hou»c amend ment to S. B. No. "•07. concerning the con struction of reservoir*. The conference, report on the fc< bill wa* taken up. The amendments of the Hoti*e were adopt'd and the bill finally pn*-e<l. Senator 1.-rael offered a resolution protest ing against, the pAAsnge of thirty-live House appropriation bills which were pa**!*'! late In tlx* night. The re-ol.itlon wa- placed upon the record*, but afterward* expunged. In committee of the whole II 11 No. f> re lating to the e-t:ib||*hment of n home for dl-a!ded miners and appropriating #12,000 therefor, was considered. It >v .- defeated. li. P. Nn «•'.*. for the eslahlluhinent of n reservoir at Twin Luke*, watt passed with the appropriation reduced front #25.000 to #20.- 000. After a lengthy recess the Senate met at 0 ■ ■ ■•lock in the evening, but did little beside* ■•rack joke* until the time of adjournment. Senator Barela stated that In conscience and itt keeping with hD oath lie could not *|gii sixteen of tlx* bills which had been pa«*ed. because these bills, after being rend In batch'-- in committee of tbe whole the sec ond til l", had l».*en referred to a special com mittee to '■(infer will) till* lloii*e, and had then gone to third reading. Till* was an Ir- I regular action. If the Senate iud-ted he would sign the bill*, but would dale tlx* sig nature April 4. lie *tuted that hr understood the governor would not approve bill* passed In that way. Senator Gunnell pleaded with tin- president . pro tern, to sign the bill*, lie declared that. Judge Helm had said that the* root lunation of . the session beyond Hie calendar day wa- lc . gal. , You may lake any action you please," : said Senator Barela. '•Lieutenant Governor Nich'd* declined to sign these bill* hccau-c 1 they were not legally passed. He did not ask f me to reftt-e lo sign the bill-, and did not at tempt to Influence my action In any wav. but i I agree with the position he ha- taken." These are the hill* which I're-bh-nt Pro i Tem. Barela refused to sign Appropriating ■ .’AN.Oirt for a wagon road In Clear Creek coun ty : appropriating #lo.t)bo for a bridge across I the Animas river In La Plata county: uppro ■ printing $5,000 for n bridge aero** While i river In lti" Bianco countv: appropriating ; #"JjOO for a bridge over the Giinni-on: appro • printing #25.000 for a home for the feeble . minded at Fort Morgan: appropriating#ls.- 000 for n wagon ro.ul in Hinsdale county; ap i preprinting #35,000 for * wagon road near I.eadvllle; appropriating #H,CMK) for a bridge , across the Arkansas river: appropriating#lo.- • 000 for a bridge acro*s the Bine river: nppro • printing $5,000 for a bridge across the White river; appropriating $2,000 for riprap work : on La Jara river; appropriating #7,000 for n ! bridge near Brecken ridge; appropriating > $150,000 for tbe Twin Lakes’ reservoir*; rc • fating to road* and highways, and fixing the : • time when private ro-td* should become pub -1.0 thoroughfare*; appropriating (0,005 for > tbe Wright mesa road In 6aa Miguel county; | > •pproprfeTlng $2,0#9,W for the cool min# in •Ptctor; appropriating #13.000 for Improving the Abeyta pa** 101 l road. At 2 o'clock Wednesday roornlug the Sen ate adjourucd. HotTsK.—During the early morning hours the following bill* uere passed: To regulate tlie business of employment agencies, wa* passed; relating to the war debt fund, wa* poated; regulating the ilutlea of Justices and constable; changing the i-iliiinium age for the ndmlaslou of children to the industrial school lo ten year*; to provide for an equalization of property taxation; allow lug fee* to sheriff* or countable* for taking refractory hoy# under •entence to the Industrial school: to compel the ilc|»o«It of Imuiruncc certificate* with lb* *iate superintendent of insurance by coin* panic* doing on Insurance hualnesa In the -talc: reorganisation and enrollment of the slate mllltlu The entire day wa* upeiii In awaiting the lutlonofthe denute on lit.n*e hill*. Occa sionally u bill wus received front the Senate with amendment' and they were speedily agreed to. The members spent the time in lounging about trying to get u little rest. At the afternoon sc'»iou the following Senate hill* were pa**ed: Making an appioprlatlon ‘•f <20,000 for the State Sc I of Mine.'blink ing mi appropriation for additional buildings at tlie State Normal School: for the establish ment of state canal No. I The hill abolishing detective agencies which wa* killed bv the Senate caused a discussion In the House. It was found that an amend ment had I wen added in the House that ex empted agencies now existing, ii was de clared that the liousr never adopted such an amendment, but Mint it was put In In n mem l>er of the revision committee surreptitiously. It nullified the bill. Mr. llelslcr was appointed a committee to Inform the governor Mint the bill* which the president of the Senate refused to sign, were passed regularly. Adjourned at ‘i o'clock. Colorado City Elections. The election In Denver resulted In a victory for the Republicans. The vote on mayor win as follows. Van Horn. Rep.. 7..VH; McGll vray, Deni., 5,8:20; Or., l*op.. The other candidates received about the same vote with the exception of Hunter, Deni, and Pop., who was elected city engineer. The Republicans will control the council. I’uchlo was carried by the Republican*. A. Krllle, on the Citizens' ticket, was elected mayor of Trinidad. Golden elected a mixed ticket with Edward Koenig. Democrat and Populist, mayor. The Populists carried S.ilM.t. At Longmont the high lleense ticket was victorious, and tlie same Is true of Sterling. The Prohibitionist* carried Monte Vista. In Loveland the ipicsiiuii of license or pro hibition was '.he Issue and the license men were defeated. At Kvans the hlgh-livensc ticket \va* suc cessful over the opponents of the saloon. The vote for mayor of A*pcu was extremely close, and the last report was that the Rcpuli llean candidate, Dili*, was one vote nlicm. of Green, Populist. The Chicago Election. Carter 11. IIarrl«on has been elected mayor of Chicago hv 20,000 plurality over Samuel W. Allerton.'the candidate of the allied Re publican and Citizen*’ tickets. The entire Democratic city ticket ha* also been elected by the same plurality. Cregicr. on the ,’alMir ticket, which wa* expected to draw heavily on Harrison'* strength, did not weenie II.OtM votes. The Democrat.' carried the West and South town ticket*, but the Rvlmldlcnn* saved the North town. Return* so f.,i show that the successful aldermen will be about ritually divided. The Kansas Elections. The elections In Kansu.- were hotly eoutc.- l cd and a heavy vote was |iollod. The weather was universally favorable and all parties made an extra effort to carry the day. The vote pollen was the heavie-t for some ycartP and In the larger clMe* very nearly :u» per cent of the ballot* c.-i.-t were by women. Tbc effect, of women being at the |Kills wa* that the election was the quietest mid most orderly ever held in the state. Return' from many town- and cities throughout Kansas show that the Republican* have swept everything w herever party Hues were drawn, which was the ea-c In most of the principal tmvu*. In Topeka there were four ticket* In tin- field and tlie straight Re publican ticket h:nl a majority over all others (???) Colorado. Knoiigb money ha* been ruled t„ puivhaM- H 1 In ary of -'.(SSI volume- f..r the Printer'' Home at Colorado Spring*. During the first three month- of Mil- year 'the Motile Hibson pa d dividend* to the amount of £450,000. w hich I* nor.- than any other mine in the country did. The Midland ha* cut the rate between Den ver and Western Slope poiir-. The reduction to or from Orand Junction 1> about $5. The Rio Hruude ha* met the rate and war I* de clared. The state superintendent of public Instruc tion 1* preparing to Untie a circular explain ing the free kindergarten law passed by the legislature. Thl* is In answer to a multitude of Inquiries coming from all over the coun try. The boiler at a saw mill near the tow n of Rye « xpUwlcd on the ‘,’Otli with fearful effect. The engineer. C.tario* Langrenme, wa* blown 200 feet and killed. J. M. Hardin wn* badly and Louis Murphy slightly Injured. The mill 1* a total wieck According to the new election law, If yor. fall to vote In place* where there U perma nent registration, your name H stricken from Mu- official register list#, and you have t give go**! and sufficient cause and go through a lot .if form and red tape before you can be again a legal voter In g<»«sl standing. At 'J o'clock Friday afternoon a gang of ten Mexicans, while at work at Hie snow shed* on Mm Sllverton branch of the Rio Hraude. eight mile* from that camp, were suddenly overw helmed by a *no««lidc. which covered "the track for thirty feet. Three men were slightly Injured and two killed, being burled beneath an avalanche of compact snow over twenty feet deep. lly a spreading of the rail* on the Rio Grande track at a point w here the Colorado Midland cro.ee* over it. distant nl*oiit one half mile from Leadvllle. train No. 4 In charge of Conductor Long, left the track Fri day evening and was badly wrecked. There were about twenty persons injured, but no fatalities and it Is improbable that any death will result on account of the disaster. Andrew R. Reynolds,a N-year-old son of A. J. Reynolds, of the Carotin- Mining Com pany, of Ouray, fell MX) f.-et down a steep mountain adjoining town on the wo*t Friday, and now lies In a very critical condition. Ill* skull I* fractured and he I* terribly hrul*cd on every portion of hi* bod\. The fall was almost perpendicular, and Ii i* the greatest wonder how anything morlul could survive it. A deep snow drift alone saved him from !n ---tniit death. P. Frederlckson, employed i.i tin- large stamp mill on Bear creek, near Tellurlde. met with an almost fatal accident Sunday evening w hile attempting to fix some machinery which had got out of order. II- Inadvertently placed himself In the way of the main hell, which caught and carried him along with It. bringing him in contact with machinery which caused a broken leg. a broken foot and spilt knee. It I* thought amputation will be There arc over 140 men employed nt Ruby Anthracite, building the new breaker, open ing the coal entries and making the neces sary arrangements for shipping great quanti ties of coal just a* soon as George Bell gets the railroad completed. Bnperliiti-iidrntLnw ther I* a very busy man t<» keep tilings mov ing. The saw mill put in In January ha* •awed over half a million f< <-t of lumber, which lias gone Into the building* at Ruby, and the mill I* still sawing. The Colorado Fuel and Iron Company proposes to be ready to have enough coal to supply the anthracite trade next fall If get up and push will do It.— ni. Mountain /‘Hot. John Mudrlr, a Mexican hoy . 1 years of age and one of tlie pupil* of the public schools of Alamosa, goes to the G ildcn re form school to remain two years. While his teacher was busy at the blackboard the boy took from her pocket book Mint was lying oil the desk <2O Li bills, went quietly out of the room unJ bid the money in the fence some distance from tlie school house, lfe Mien i ame back as coolly a* a professional thief, look his sent In the room at bed call and went quietly to studying. On missing the money tlie teacher had him searched, but It was no’ until he had been arrested that lie confessed the crime and went to the place where the money was hid and delivered it over lo the marshal. At Denver on tbc 31-t William Nealilt fatally shot Mrs. Elizabeth Irwin In her bed 100m at 3404 Larimer street. Nesbitt fired at III* victim four tiroes and three of the bullets lodged In her body, lie is 56 years old and I* gray-headed and gray-bearded. JII* victim. Mr*. Irwin is lb. The shooting was unques tionably n premeditated affair. The trouble of wb<eb It is the result arose out of a law suit In which Mrs. Irwin was plaintiff and Nesbitt defendant. It was settled la the county court that day In Mrs. Irwin’s favor, amt chagrin at being worsted aron«ed the worst passions In the man's nature, and prompted him to take the Lfe of the woumu whom be considered bad got the better of him. | Tb« farts are that, he had cheated her In a ! trade. FIGHTING A MANIAC. SAVED ONLY BY BTRATEOY. A Crasy Ms# Attempt* to Hart Jamas Doyto from tho Roof of a Chicago Hotel. Alone on the top of a slxtecn-story build ing, the Ureal Northern hotel, save for the company of a mad man who fiercely strove to liuil him over the edge, was the experience of George Doyle of Chicago, Friday, and to his quick wit rather than hv hi* strength he owes hi* life. One week ago Albert Gcdney and tils son Robert, a young man, registered from Rhlladclpbla. Thursday the elder Gedney went to Omaha ou business, leaving his sou In Chicago. Residing at the hotel D one Gcorgo Doyle, u former Philadelphian, who had known young Gedney In hi# youth. Naturally they were much together, and. Gedney forgetting or not realizing that the hotel wa# ouc of the vantage view |>olnta of the city, proposed that they go to the Masonlo Temple to take a look over tlie city. Finally they went to the roof of the new hotel. They stood for some time looking over the city when suddenly Gedney gave a strange laugh, and grabbing Doyle by tho huml he began pulling Idm across the small square and back again, a* if the cool breeze hud ex hilarated him to playfulness. Then he said: ''Hold my hand, 1 want to look down.” Doyle did so. and he gazed over the side at the people who looked like pigmies below. Then, with i baneful light In his eyes and with a strange earnestness In Ills voice. In contrast with his recent playfulness, he said: "Vou'vc got to Jump off the building or i’ll throw you off.” For the first, time It came back to Doyle's memory that Gedney had several years ago I wen treated for n mlhl form of insanity in uri asylum at home. Ills first Impulse, as the sickening realization of the situation came over him, was to call for help, but Gedney is larger and stronger than be.und such a policy mlgbt have meant, almost Instant death. He tried to temporize and treat the matter ns a joke. ‘‘Will you jump?''said Gedney, and with out waiting for a reply he seized Doyle and begun to drag him towards the edge. Doyle fought with the desperation of despair, and the men closely locked together staggered to and fro over the roof, Gedney steadily forc ing his man towards the edge. Twice Doyle tripped him and they fell together, and twice Gedney broko away only to renew the at tempt to hurl Doyle to the pavement far be low. Robert Ilazlem, who has an office In the upper story of the Monadack building, just across the street, saw the men struggling and rushing across to the hotel, ho Informed Mr. 1-den, the proprietor, and accompanied by a porter, started for the roof. When they reached the stair* leading to the roof, Doric, bareheaded, enine dashing down, lie was very weak and excited, anil almost fainting fell against the porter. With hi* clothes lorn from his hack and his blanched face and tremblings bore witness to the terrible ordeal he had undergone. Ged iie.v was w alking cnlmly around the roof w hen Mr. Eden put his head out of the scuttle, and pleasantly Invited that gentleman out to see the city, but Mr. Eden declined and finally succeeded in getting Gedney to come down for the purpose of taking a drink. Mr. Eden and Mr. Ilazlem finally got him into a room and asked him why he had at tempted to throw Doyls off the roof. He seemed surprised at first, but laughed and said It was only a loke. Nevertheless, lie was I locked In securely and hi* father was tele graphed for. i Doyle's escape was a clever piece of strat egy. Feeling that his strength was almost gone, and being at some distance from the edge, he suddenly called to Gedney to stop; that he would jump off. When lie was loos e/Jpjjf stipulated that he must have a few iiaßiinu for IJ-V-Wj .took . knelt down. Gedney, standing In his place, reverently bent hi* head. Doyle watched him through Ills half-dosed eyes, and as sud denly ami as quickly as a cat he durted through tlie scuttle. DOCTORED THE TIME SLIPS. A Conspiracy I'ncurthcd Among Missouri I'acltle Employe#. Missouri Pacific officials hnve unearthed a conspiracy among the employe* of the com pany to defraud the company, which has created a sensation. The swindling has been going on since Inst October, and the company Is the loser by thousands of dollnrs. Joseph Cook, time-keeper at the shops in Bedxlia. has for months been in collusion with a large number of engineer* and firemen. He doc tored the time (ll|is so as to give etitfloycn three times the amount of extra time worked by them. Tlie engineers and firemen divided Mic extra money each month with Cook, and were reaping a harvest until their scheme was accidentally discovered. The men Implicated In the steal were paid off nnd discharged a* test a* they came In. So far nine engineers nnd six firemen have l>eeu discharged. It is reported that twenty men were engaged In the steal. Cook has tied to avoid arrest and all of his property has been attached. The discharged engineers nnd firemen were employed on the west end of the Missouri Pacific between Sc dalla nnd Kunsn* City, and were considered tbc most reliable men on tho road. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers ha* taken up the matter and their brothers, if guilty, will be expelled from the order. UPROAR IN COSTA RICA. A Revolution I.labia to Oecur at Any Day. Dispatches from San Jose de Costa Rica state that the country I* In an uproar over President Rodriquez committing most arbi trary acts against all Liberals, of whom many hnve been imprisoned nnd shot iu the ntcrlor of barracks, where they were iin rlsoned waiting trial. A revolution is Ha le to break out any moment, nnd should the president declare war against Nicara gua It is not believed the people would respond. Dispatches received from Tegucigalpa state than the Honduran government lias established a strict censorship over tbc pres# and telegraph, and It la Impossible to acud out ncw6. Anarchy reigns, though it ia be lieved the dllllciiltlea are npproacblng an end and that the combination will Iks formed by which the revolutionary and government leaders will share the offices nnd peace he rc c-tnblislicd temporarily. The financial con dition of the country Is extremely bad, and fear* nro entertained that the new govern ment will be compelled to demand a forced loan from the incrchnnts and agriculturalists, who are also financially distressed, the crops having been partially destroyed by the revo lutionists. Not from the Naronic. The officials of the White Star Steamship ( ompany regard as a hoax tbc message found in a bottle on tbe beach at Ocean View, Vir ginia, and purporting to give an account of the destruction at sea of the White Btar steamship Naronlc. which sailed from Liver pool on February 11 for New York. Tbe officials state, as to the signature of "John Olsen, cattleman.” appended to tbc letter In the bottle, that there was no person named Olsen on board the Naronlc. They also point out tbe fact that It I# Improbable that a bottle thrown from tho Naronlc where the Naronlc wonld have been nt tbc time of tbe accident descrlltcd In the letter, wonld have drifted against the gulf stream to the place where tbe bottle wa* found. Will Impeach Them. Tbe Nebraska legislature In Joint session has passed a resolution to Impeach four state officers, viz: J. C. Allen, secretary of state; A. R. Humphrey, commissioner of public land* and bnlldlnM; O. 11. Hastings, attor ney general; J. S. Bill, es-treoenr*r of state. These officers, as member* of the Bute Board of Public Load* end Buildings, am charged with basing allowed the state to be defrauded on eontraafaef dlffsen kind*. r yf nniu COPPER PIVETED r o^ —"j^otto/vCPAnt^ •s - GUARANTEED. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. GREAT TRAINED BIRDS. A REVIVAL OF FALCONRY IN MANY COUNTRIES. The (treat Eagle* of Tartary nod the l.aminer-Oeyer# ot MtyrU—An Kx- 'citing limit With Falcon# In Hungary. A recent rovlval of falconry in tlio Hungarian hunting castle of Kir- Martony \vu* pronounced a nuccesi* by nil the leading nportsmen of the Austrian empire, ami Captain Loorge Aloott, who spent an afternoon with an Afghan hunter, declares that ho never hud as much fun in any other half day of his life. The trained hnwktt caught rubbitn and marmots (it kind of gopher) as easily a a birds and tackled a big black cock, who boat off his first assailant, but finally succumbed to tho combined attack of tho two winged bulldogs. Tho only difficulty seemed to ho iu getting them to catch sight of the dosirud game, but that problem once solved, distance or tho speed and cunning of their quarry mado very little difference in tho eventual result. If arabbit ••doubled,” as our hunters call it—i. 0.. ran zig zag and in tricky circles, one of tho hawks kept at the heels of tho trick ster to prevent him from disappear ing in a thicket of heather shrubs, while hawk No. ” roao to a height of a hundred yards, where ho hovered, ready to dart down at the first favor able opportunity. Pigeons now nnd then escaped by the eapriciousness of tlmir flight, but straight-flying birds, like grouse and ducks, had no chance ■whatever, writes F. J,. Oswald in tho San Francisco Chronicle. The hawks overtook them as a [ couple of greyhounds would run down a pig, and generally knocked them out of time at the first plunge with tho same unerring instinct in striking u vital part that enables a panther to kill a doer at tho first spring. Iho hawks chosen for that sport spread about four feet from tip to tip of their outstretched wings nnd are le*s ca*y to manage than tho ger falcons. but. the Tartars of Western China go oven farther and contrive to train eagles that help them to cap ture the largest antelopes of their tablelands. Tho Snlgai buck, n crea ture nearly as large uj an elk, cannot be overpowered at once, but the hunting eagle wears it out by clutch ing its rump and then spreading his wing*, thus obliging the buck to con- lllght under tho disudvunt uge of a mau tfjTl/J, to run an*- open parachute or an oldTfashloncd umbrella. Hunting eagles were also kept by tho Mexican grandees, und the vice roy of Tiascalla presented Cortez with a trained harpy eagle, known as ‘•EI principe del nyre”—tho “prince of the air” and valued at a prioo that would have purchased six slaves. In the epic "Araucana,” a rhymed chronicle of tho conquest of Chili, there is an account of a “hunting vul ture” which may refer to tho condor of tlie Southern Andes, u vulture only in appearance, but a bold und aggressive bird with a decided pref erence for fresh moat when it can be procured. A trained pot of that sort would support a whole family in a country ho well stocked with game as tho highlands of Chili A lainmor-gcyer. tho old world relative of tho condor, was success fully trained by tho Forster Althoior, the overseer of an imperial gamo pre serve near Judonburg in Styria. Its owner has taught it to take air-line trips to the highland lakes whore ducks can always lx; found ut certain times of the year, and estimates that the food saves him each year from 2) to :J » florins worth of shot, and powder. There was a time when tlu: aristo crats of Western Europe did not think life worth living without an as sortment of trallied falcons. 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Fmn f cis I. long refused to Hign ft treaty ! with the Barbary coasfr states, but ■ his reluctance was finally overcome I by a present of u splondid Moorish hawk, and tho Emperor Frederick 11. of Germany wroto an elaborate treatise on fuleonry which was re published in Ixdpzig a few years ago. The Normans spent almost all their leisure in hawking. Every knight decorated his hunting cap with heron plumes: every lady, from the spouse of a poor robber-buron to tho daugh ter of a king, kept a pot falcon and did not let it suffer from want of exorcise. From Normandy the sport was im ported to England, where tho Plan tugenets enuctod truculent by-laws for its protection from tho wrath of damaged rustics, who had (o submit to steeplechases ucrons their rye fields whenover a plumed cavalcade wished to keep up with a hawk pur suing a heron beyond tho morland lakes. Tho Spanish Moors, too, wore * passionate falconers, blit probably imported their trade secrets from much further East. Gerfalcons are mentioned in tho oldost chronicles of Hindustan, and sculptures represent ing hunters with hooded hawks have been found ou tho monuments of tho undent cities of Assyria. In Great Britain the sport declined in tho sixteenth century, when tho enormous muskets of royal arsenals were first reduced to a sizo enabling sportsmen to use them with anything like ease. Tho Barr Bros, of Lincoln shire. hnve, howovor, proved that tho shyness of shotgun-scared partridges will not save thorn from first-class fulons, and tho Duke of Devonshire has rented his Irish estate of Llsmoro Castle to a sportsman who does most of his hunting with hawks. The Hungarians have never lot falconry dio out altogether, and besides the above-mentioned hunting lodge of Kis-Martony, there are training es tablishments in the "Bakorny hills and on the shore of tho Flatten Lake. Why They Cried. 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