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Syracuse Daily Standard (Newspaper) - March 30, 1897, Syracuse, New York The Standard and Get a Free Accident Policy Good jbr 30 days ESTABLISHED 1829 TRAVELERS for Death and a Week for C Accident Free With tin for The Standard SYRACUSE N Y TUESDAY MARCH aq 1897 PRICE THREE CENTS ALL IN lo si v un- l mini's i Tariff Debate Continued in the House oi Representatives at Great length THE SPEAKER TAKES A HAND i The Man from Maine Advises Che House to At I cml Strictly tO DUTY OX INCREASED K II lh I protect d his I Immense of that Hi rlee won W by II Mrst UP lh v railroad and to lh exorbitant rates The I til Schedule r r an Inch nt p r rein and lion nt I ad is ill mail T DP P AKb L T DALLAS mm 1 Tex Man Ji r.ormeus Huly of water is past river has In lc nt a Instead or Til I Ill pipe w is in r d v two and to a were AM la ma In in n Hi fr UNI in M Tic Mississippi Bursts Us and Pours Into and Other Cities in Other Cities in an Torrent THE CREVASSE IS NEARLY 600 FEET AT Ml ill Alone the River's Banks Make a Heroic Fight in ir i j -n as at not Ulan I Velasco Insurgents to Rout 1 Mi n nl Minn Man h The tariff was ill house day at duly brown yellow wan In reused 20 to I r cent ml valorem An omission In the was In mid n only Mr Allen hud rend from western tariff llIM uf l Mr he was the ef ii in the j the do I Hot for Hie In- I mild Hi issue is The led nt and i per cent Mr ih i I eotton yarn so Hi of lh that the but All in of j Ask for Algiers ln i y H bP nut thai from Gold Dust On IHT is not only lo a or I ill to u tin last A I I u w f the thut Is rest l he I the I f-r urn th duty on In of them I lh to try It Mr Mr moved Hint I the ins on closed Mr so sir t lh r commands of the lite i f Hi Dial the committee rose and imin I th Hint was for th purpose of j the of the hous mo Mr T nil I n the M Ib duty I'll heese Ih lhat on the le 111 he dull s 1 more lh il loll SI u l tu lh I r ee lo SIX H S Mr Ih J ot III pel- in a pound I v pi on not fo of M r I in y appr At th mini m I I lh of order Hint IH proper forum fur inu Its rules Speaker house to what It i Mr Ii t t lo th hi h not ii 1 ill l i WHS tulun en th p ot I I Without 1.1 i The point Mr I r tlie of IM I iler wai lh r who i put in anil rver I Hint In his i Mai h debate he had found deal in i the in hid n nnd of Irr and perhaps a short Mr ii of IN rule in I would hut if were a month the lai oT hill It Would the same In- of for nn f do III b st thinn it could i Mr my unruly Intention anU the house went l Mr it h on thv silver and w lien lite allotted him had plied 11 to ml t anil offered he took the his meally t the 10 -11 Mi I'll i fose t L tn of to us should from th Hi treaty II n wiis to of Mr h the lo aet proposed t Init h New March river the the Kim over Into street in from m1 the F: inn any will to property i An eame from Algiers on the bank g river for help to strengthen are seriously by the water mid the The river is of a foot III is tile line j i 111 river of u foot the lost the rains this will iilTm.-t fall and by Hood from lion h JS lo here and I lie liver will go lusher Tin reached here lust lions and the has al work in Kreal of the who have made sin li a ey and every energy in j j j i at Lake is nmv vr it have lieen Levees front are still and a hard made to keep them Weuther are mid ut lifts tho down in torrents is seven south of on Mississippi the ir this is to l of aeres of finest In the world It will 41 a depth of from to five and find its way to reel i into the river t it will into tho a strip ot miles Warden Mrl who spent all d ha k on of the and will keep the I until f inrther is over i Miss p in 1 lie hreak south of Swift Water near Wayside was f et a of six fee i Levee an- hopeful of tho hreak or II from w Lake into and nml A of lower and Sharkey and will li rhe division of the ami valloy on of this A was island to remove IM to nni levees are in a A severe storm from the r but the Louisiana dnl not Hive way The down from reports lhat the levees Luna and in Chirot Ark are in a 1 I SI Loin's Mo steadily here and is four feet of the line from upper IM that nn ilond is on Mis way down and may be hero Hie next is raining and reports in the weather bureau mate rain Is A and from 10 DK LUIS GUILTY u lU II li I ir J who was in States en v and or an i a nation s I months in the I paj a line of UK JOHN O UKAU I fIOT FIGHT MAR I i i j Explosion of a Causes j in i HY l MI- l f N c imph li a lluis inu in II a Mil Jl skiff I III loot Thirty-fourth sir ri lyn atvl out to K r on with In It- th wapon to pull d in- II k In though fr of I -n I in his it is I intention was t r hf of a l us tow n to ell f K er l I j is CA POLITICS Sloll r to i m treat matt.rs of kindred that in the as reported In f the PI If it sn hums H would v jas that H bjr will I this it is not likely to in- 1 The of the 1 as applied lo in will in the I I fof the th to h II t to the The re til i the point Mr lo I'll Millie his to th t Mr T to f til had f with n the i i then ilv y Me hill werr i M n i list of n I v s le ul than the s In dire A I w on lift of the duties N ins in to upon tfh'.-'i a tax of to be Mr very fortunate in taut out an article which was Inr o the exorbitant er In t vt country It f in rf as t w hi h n t that in- UH in n h f Hi lint cold of miners and on leave in Spokane und Mouth of the line Th proposed will th.-tn to their families to VISITED BY A TORNADO Texas Visited by One of tlie Worst Storms In Its History MANY HOUSES BLOWN AWAY son f William while a storm was on the by an iron irate and so badly injured lhat death ensu d shortly afterward The storm on Hie mainland and de- At HI miles from houses werf blown from foundations and persons ly death Mrs A J hy having her IS 1 Nr i A T II t p ot y His father was a n a I I In m M ns a ua t n ml nl in At t In- iii in th by nt the i Ir par j of 1 i int two in u y lit ii-f IH in -ij to thf Havana n Heir j o who is rut i MB in I lie bills Of f Kin haa report lo lh i lias to ill j of loyal Spaniards says that wl Ins was m tbe t uf i 1 m Klo I they a party of i I Her the death UK to Florida in winter where he j Antonio The liud anil j a strong and but atter an anil of Loyal Bion of the i A a member tin hour they of a New York poMI and si In ISM Miss Martha i wan cap- of New of j lured a was thrown by inventor r the j the Spaniards msur- him II had no I and wounded many of i ih in This a many 1 of lied Shortly after IS Hi Will II I SO Th Ih lowing nominal f Pennsylvania IM- i-y f th lo Minimally Johnson I to h of sit China S nl vanin to li assistant ral j P Hill ijf tins its to h of rnal for t of of to of to b- ill Near Seriously Damaged by the Blast fool between some heavy bers as he house she was In Mown from Its foundations At Texas 111 liy the Tevas News was Th tarred roof of the Texas City mill and was torn off and its damaged hy the Several j houses were also Mown from their foil ions i The full extent nf dun in th rural districts cannot mined us in lh state h ley in the path of the storm thai the loss will be heavy I has II is u pram lo who at- of i h civil explosion infantry I ruled rebel ion of lo to who had er bull Is to a of safety mad of th party wh liad a a was also some of their them left oil the pi Ihry I s was man and IM privates Jell Velaseo sent Hen i I in i of Iwi of troops Sari HI i ar- a I s lust Terry was so Injured thai h died on th to u soldier m Iml thai h luid by his M m- of th of his wounds hut Is has still in to p Irant municipal THE LOSS WAS VERY HEAVY was nat on April next the monument I ion will deliver the -ity of New the tomb of lien i Irani by subs ions at park f II will be to this if JOHN i Sen Is Vir of to V to I lhat das In of SECRETARY ILL morning p r Tex March n nid Indian territory been l valley n fur the J and In a northeasterly liua was has this fur some The storm a heavy In In Ihv by ul March rman Viis by an of but I M b at the stal department H is I and ibis Smith of as of th nf A men t parti d in the fur this 111 Hie were I as Smith stood ond in rank j full of Not Hurt at in III t i a-n March i p that hotl a joint An appr for i It In that h was th or his has RIVERA WILL BE SHOT Tin tt the London March Havana in reporting the Ilius lh insurgent and his chief of staff f th a lo missions ut n terms and -a drum i ns lint will c OK WAR i York I lorro f P to in th Hie 1 I ol V March It is reported bronchi j in an li lh i V f wounds he re- in Mr I and s naif a The vole on 111 j have will tal -n I k I -u the f to ii day t K that t ami the upon us by to tho this 4 Ml larso me water and d has to Uvery and river in the s as out Us In the oi tho which in from th up th ow KOUS TOLi GATES DESTROYED Mol ul MPI iv I Ky tol ip in the r ral v on ill indi mi 1.1 l from i i caused by I n u is slated when Rivera him lhat iui a man he re- 1 wounding and capture Gen 1 tmu h- was proud to hand of so valorous a III 111 Ml the fur h h m I of by x vote tho right of In March of valuable stolen from the library have ro- in York i Th was or y book by aid Col to The of a circular oi farewell written June life ii pent of on also In the collection de I The wires were in such a tangle that with the cue off It is now partially The damage in- by thf here was j A government dredge a crew of seven men and three from Us anchorage yards off the Jetty It wan driven against i A- Wood Rowe arc of th In search the Nn fills are in Merwr the raiders threaten tin with Mill Albany March bills re hy th senate Lucy a trestle and was so badly that It aank in li feet of water l Those aboard were rescued by thi at Fort Mr tn for treatment and matlon of inebriate male and female Mr city of 19 borrow MM a house and serial an to p villa regiment has the under Castillo and Juan near Santiago de ias or Twenty-seven killed cc Seven oi lh troops their j parties obje as Democrats or ion toward Loth and their London March or Dublin will show thai they separate and fro either lor Lord Mayoi anted by two appeared at W Lambert appointed Fred W of Uio and river railroad company f iho to money l on Ions Central trust pany of New York M brl by the I
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