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   Syracuse Daily Standard (Newspaper) - March 30, 1897, Syracuse, New York                               scriptionjo The Standard and Get a Free Accident Policy Good jbr 30 days. ESTABLISHED 1829. TRAVELERS; -f S500- for Death and a Week for C "Accident, Free With Subscrip- tin for The Standard, SYRACUSE, N. Y., TUESDAY, MARCH aq.. 1897. PRICE THREE CENTS ALL IN lo si" v. un- l mini's I'.ilif'.rnla ar.'l rtah i iimlm VV.MI.II Tariff Debate Continued in the House oi Representatives at Great length THE SPEAKER TAKES A HAND _J i The Man from Maine Advises Che House to At I cml Strictly tO HltMWNH. DUTY OX LKAI) INCREASED Then- nuiiit K ru-.t II lh" I protect Vn.in a.jrr-ai-r d. phallllfr. his distsi ''I eotiuini.-.! Immense di-p-..Mts of iispl.a 'i'-i-lari-d that Hi" (.rlee won W lner.-as.-d by II." Mil.......t iinl.'SH iMinicr.'SS Mrst UP lh v I'acill" railroad .ni-stloii. and eiiiiip-l. th'.S" urc.it to niliiee lh il.resetit exorbitant rates. The I" til" tin-till Schedule u.lmittliiK biiP'tM thlnn. r ih.in rrvi-xIxi.iiMihs ,.r an Inch nt p. r eenl..ad v.-iJi rein and tlnlshe.l seam- lion -fit.-el ll'l.es nt I.'. ad v.ilor.'iu "'is str-l .-U'-n ..ill. l-'ln.il mail T nirTPC DP P 1HE LBVhhb AKb L T __ DALLAS. mm., 1 Tex.. Man Ji r.ormeus 'Huly of water is pufliii; past Triiiuy river has -1-' sun-e yesieni.u- In lc nt :.....nls a tf.dt.'it Instead or Til" illltv 'I. Ill Hln-ffM. pipe, i-ti'.i w is in. r. d v fr4.ni two and lei- to I'.vo million'--half a poun.l. Oth.-r c.immittV" iimctiitmcnts were AM la mitim c-i ma. In in "n Hi" fr UNI. ifyiiiK in M umli-r whl.-h yiu'lii Tic Mississippi Bursts Us and Pours Into Orleans! and Other Cities in an'Ovcrwhcfflina Other Cities in an Ovcrwiic Torrent, THE CREVASSE IS NEARLY 600 FEET; JJIDE AT Ml ill JInhabitants Alone the River's Banks. (Make a Heroic Fight, rlvr .Ih.tt-ii.-J "rXlio Trin.ily in .ir :n i.'" V.-stcrilay ..iiir.i.. j llaiirt-ad j.: iMZV 11> >.f ;-n as at not l.-sti Ulan 'I Velasco PiiMlie Cnban Insurgents to Rout. vtiW.n-iii; 11V" MIH..I 1 Mi. -.lutv ..n nl "'I'- .'.Minn fr..ni WttHhinston. Man h The tariff was ill house to- day at nr.at Icniith. duly riininirin brown uti.l yellow eiirth.-nwarc wan In. reused rri.ni 20 to I" r cent, ml valorem. An omission In the bill was e..rn-ete.l liim-rtInu In Ih'- piirnitrnph 1.IIV. i.d ryllnder mid i-rott n itliiss Tin- iMriiktrMidi Im-linlcd only Mr. Allen (1'em.. hud rend edi- torials from western Kepiil.ll.-iin erltl. Hlni! tt'-iii-ral d.'lmti- In.- tariff bill. incnllon- llIM till- Speei II'II uf MeSHm. uml l Mr. Sliiifn.ll: il'op. siild he was llflMld 'the ef bill Wen- Iliakltltf ii liil'H.ik" in :i, .-litlialllli: the j lurirf the do I Hot eiire for Hie l.lfllf In- I mild. "Hi" issue is li.-ttv.-ti isnld itn.l siltcr. The luivliuj led tlii'ir I'li'Slil. nt and l.ir.'d i t-: r-.lii.-ini'.' Hi- iluiy ,-eits per cent. Mr ctmiiKknu ih" i I., ii.nibe.l eotton yarn, so Hi.. phi-iiwoloit.v of lh" M.lalncd that the but All in of j. Ask for Hclip. Algiers _fl ln .i; y H lhis nlornlnB bP. nut beli-vcil thai from Gold Dust. .On IHT sh- t-L'si-urd 1-.J pt-r- is not only lo ih- slat- a or mor-. I. ill to th- p-nplf u( tin- rijjhl uKainsi tin; imidijy wai-rs, spi'iuliiiK' th-ir mon- uiid-siri.nethenltii; Hi- U-v.-.'S whi-h l.ri'li- last niKht. A I I u w, ,f the thut tarllt Is ......tt.it rest...... l he ,-otiimit- I., the .'..uiilo. I f-r urn ,11U.. edu.-d th" duty on In fitvor of icHliu: them I lh" to try It." Mr l-tci-fiui, hail- Mr. Inneli.y. moved Hint I the umctnlr. "'ins liali- on closed, Mr. >i( Johiwit iliep.. so sir. t. ilis.-ns.ion lh" "r; commands of the .'hull-limn tin.I lite i ontlmieil ritpi'tiiK "f Hi" Kiiv.'l. Dial the committee rose and l'hull to.in Slier- imin r.'porti'd I" th" Hint sinli aelli.li was for th" purpose of j rnforclnvj the rnl.-s of the hous" mo." Mr. M.-Mllllll It'.-m. T. nil I ,n inMllint the M iklni- Ib" duty I'll siihstitntes f.ft .'heese Ih'" lhat on the ni'tl, le; 111. 'he dull" s t.illl. ,1 i.t more lh il loll SI u l tu Ihe lh" I'-' I" r ''ee npply lo fal'fle SIX olllleeS H S" Tl......iiin.it: Mr i'.Him Ih" S'-mii" J" IH.II ot III" pel- e-nl "in a pound I v I.T. pi on not I'-ss thnn yiird. oMoeU. li.-p. lll.i Ul1 fo (mpn.t-m.-nl of lh- M' rlv-r lot- v-.ii- imm.- n.lm.'.it .-rtnlfi r I. in y appr At .v.-. o-.io.k th mini m I... I. to-moii-ow. lh" 'I'I' of order Hint IH" eomfiilll" the- proper forum fur inu Its rules. Speaker C.....I thmmltt Ihe house vtns eiitnp.'t.-nl to what aetl'Ml It ssal'J i Mr Ih.il Ii" oli- jv.-le.l t" Itt'-l, I.e.'MU-." lui.l t" .-ITer lo pnra- Itnil-lm n.-.ir th. n.l ih.- l.ill. hi, h woiil.l not I..M, ii. ,1 .ill l. i tot-- WHS tulun en th" p ot Hi- I I Without unil.-l l.ikitii.- 1.1 i-.i-.s up.-n i The point raiseil Mr. I r s.iid thllt tlie I..IHIS of IM I iler wai lh" r.'.-oitnii.ion ,.r who i I.....ti put in nuiliot anil rver ohjeetlotis Inili shoil! I Hint .inthorii) In his   I.ee is seven inilrs south of i.ireeuviBe on Mississippi the tvate.r ir {lfn this brruk is to iloinl l housamis of aeres of Ihe finest 1'arm lainJs In the world. It will 41) iiit, em-n a depth of from to five Ii'.-t. and find its way to Pe.-r reel; ;i theiiro into the river, t hroim-h whic-h it will ilnally lim-k into tho MlNsir-sippI, iifli-r di'vaslaTIni! a strip ot euuntry miles linilroad I'onimissioner Kvuns :unl Warden .Mrl who spent all veek'Oii tin- haslen-. d ha, k to-clav on teieivinj? of the iu-eak. and will keep the .eenviels :l I ttork until" d.uiuei- f inrther hrenks is over. i VIckulMirn', Miss.. Mnivh p. in. 1 lie hreak south of Swift Water near Wayside staiion. was ?nil f, et wl'l.'.ai a varsrlni: depi'.i of six i.o f-is'it- fee i. Levee oilleials an- hopeful of r-lnsiuir tho hreak or stoppiitK II from w-ldi-ninir. I'roni w KI> Ihrmmh Lake into lin-li et.....k, Laki-s Lal'ayetle and inirlon. Stn-l'K htiyon nml 'A of lower eoimly and Sharkey. Isa- iiuoiia and tiiiullowcr roiiuties will li" 'rhe rivnrslde division of the V.ixoo ami Mu-'sissippi valloy rall- on aia-ount of this liroa.k. A stf-a-iner was S-MU Hija.inond island to remove IM) i-onvii'lM to Illntviuv nni'. I'iu-li-'f's when- levees are in a datiKen.us eotidttlnn. A severe wiml storm from the en.Kt r las! nlphi but the Louisiana leve.is dnl not Hive way. The stiamvr Cliiif I'ity. roiniiiK down from Mjc-tnp'.iis. .reports lhat the levees Luna and Hnx.k's. Aiills in Chirot Ark., are in a ei-uidition. 1 I SI. Loin's. Mo., Mitii'h isyi-lslns steadily here and is willhin four feet of the ilaiiiTor line. from upper rivi-r IM; ,-ts si.iti- that nn iniinense ilond is on Mis way down and may be expeete.l hero 'wmiiin Hie next -ts h.uii-H. j.'.i is raining; h.-r.. and reports in the loi-al weather bureau mate ihe rain Is i.-eiivrah ibroiiKhmit -Missouri, A and Teniiess j.1 from 10 S.-..J.. DK. LUIS 1--OIJJND GUILTY u lU II.. iLlinoi-'.-. M.ir, li L'H I ir. J I.ills, who was in lh- I'mted States en v and or setidiln: an ami'd [ledii i .trains! a iieiiiLy nation. s, iileti. I months in the I :a inmi j.n! paj a line of UK. JOHN O. UkUNSON UKAU. H.I tVlU lerillrrl. C.I I ...l.'l ;fIOT FIGHT MAR CABEZADAS I i ______ i j Explosion of a. iireiKuta Causes j i'anic in ilu- 1'atriot i Ariuv. bUlCIDK HY HHOOTINQ. 1'iiV'lKt.Mll. iltr l MI- l. f" N T-rtt. M.reh c imph. li, a wi-ll kin'tw.ii i-oiiinul lluis .ifi.srivtMMi siioni inu' httns''tt' in Hi- II.' hireil a Mil" Jl. skiff ..I III" loot i.l Thirty-fourth sir. ri.. lyn. atvl ri'Whu; out to K Ahi.ns r nrar Stal.'ii is'anil. on with Itii- I'.'.'l hanirlMu In '-I'lu-n It- th. wapon to an.l pull, d in- irliiwr. II" k d.-inl In Hi- l.oal. though, fr POUM.IS of I. -n I. -ii siirlill wvlKhts in his it is I.. I'.-ved intention was ovi-rhoar-' t r Th- Ix.at w.i-. ,hf, of a l us, tow. n to Uiis ell f Uii- l.-rt K. er. lil-tillll-il l' Usonileni- IIMi Alifl. l.i I ottiit nn rreatesl in the I" ULjuir.' I, fof the ,1- In.: th tleiimn to spe.vK i.l-'ii "i'b h .-aml-.e II SUlOei t fee-v.ift to the bill. The ill.ill IM.in re til" l.Ill i nVe-lt'.K the point, mi.I vv.iMi.-d Mr. Isl.ind lo I'll Millie his let-Kirks to th., t. Mr. I5n-li.ii-dsi.il li-i'i-.. T ref.-f .'Illkt to .l.'1'..i" l.i-t f til" had l-'-'K "f ..'la- Vltnc with fitfui.s rai.'S .n the i '--i i then .-r ilv K-ni. y bill. Me l'..-v. Ml'life hill tin- werr i M Ktnley t.s ..n i. list of tin- n bl.l. a.'il I wrf JI''I..M', ilmr- v thi-'. s. le ul" than the s.iti..' s. i-.i Mi'Klnlry '-lit. In dire A. I' w...... hlshi-r th.in i-m-< .'ti.l on tllC S'l lift of th.- AVIeiotl the duties N ins in Hi- rvfrrri-J to tispluiltum. upon tfh'.-'i a tax of J'.'Sl'.J'Sl to be li-v.-.-d. Mr, s.iM very fortunate in pliiv- taut out an article which was eontroll.-d. Inr o( the moilt exorbitant moo- er tnwu In t vt country. It f Indliiiui. I'olh-vwd in .rf th- as .t tvinln. w hi. h n. t.. ..'iiev-d. -t.-r..- that II! th- in- .UH 't'ui'pl- in n lirl-f h raliilli .I'.ioti "f !l1 Hi" ii'tn'rlt lint" h-r-tefoi lirtlisih folumMa .cold Thou- sands! of miners and on llu- Piii'llli- leave tM-lr falriili.is in Itutt-i Spokane und oth-r oitil'S Mouth of the line. Th" proposed livw will th.-tn to hrini; their families to VISITED BY A TORNADO. Texas Visited by One of tlie Worst Storms In Its History. MANY HOUSES BLOWN AWAY in-t ear-old son "f William Jle-ininper, while irossinpr a ..'hureliyaril diiriimMhe storm, was strui-k on the tempi- by an iron irate and so badly injured lhat death ensu. d shortly afterward. The storm on Hie mainland t.-tvv- hi-re and lloust.nn mvi-h ttiore de- slrui'tive. At. Iliteheiwk. HI miles from her-, houses werf blown from th-ir foundations and nmuy persons narrow- ly "seiip-d death. Mrs. A. J. Kddlna siTiously in.iur-0 hy having her 1IIVKKV IS 1 hu-Mifo Nr i purtrtl A T II. M[ t (I-- nmst p I'i'sulftit.s ot ilit'.I y 1-st i-riJay His father was lati- a n a I I In m M ns a ua t n ml n.ftiTwn nl in l-Un'opt-an linspK al .f ihe I Her the death UK to Florida in ihe winter, where he j Antonio Maei-o'. The oeeu- liud. Ian.I anil railnuiil Inleresls. j ploil a strong and foutthl Btul.- but atter an whlilh il.-featod anil H.- of Loyal Bion of the i'.. A. lielni; a member h'-sted tin hour they w.-r  Ihir.t illslrh t of Ma.-.r.a. hus.'ils. Thoina I'.yiin of' KaiiMiis. to of ttn1 intrrior. Ucnr-j- Kvdns T-niu-.s.s. i.-, to b-. I'.iir.rriission.'r ill' GKN- GRANTJS MONUMKNT. .--Seeretary Fortificiitions Near Galvrstou Seriously Damaged by the Blast. fool I'litiKht between some heavy lim- bers as ;he house she was In Mown from Its foundations. At Texas C'ily. at-ross 111" Ihe riUilclillfC orrupte.i liy the Tevas News was lutrlly Th" tarred roof of the Texas City mill and elevittor was torn off and its eon- tei.ls damaged hy the rjun. Several j houses were also Mown from their foil mla-t ions. i The full extent nf Ihe darnai-e dun" in th" rural districts cannot. deter- mined us y.-t. Ineonipleie repi.rts frnin in lh" state, whii h ley in the path of the storm, indir-ato thai the loss will be heavy. I Sli.-miali has sitnl Ih- foil.'Wins Ihiuli. II" is u pram lo oiir mlnifjt.TH al.i-oa.l who at- of i h.. civil. explosion Hi.- Sp.-imsh infantry I ruled Ihe rebel ion. Th.-y I..unit ll.ieallao. ehief of slafT lo Jtivera. iilt.-rnpllnic to .'iirry th-- hllter. who had !.....n thr.-.- .Maus- er bull. Is. to a plaee of safety. .vM-i-e mad" prisi.ri.-rs. Li.-ut. T.-rry of ;th" liisoruenl 'party, wh.. liad wntind.-d I.y a frnKiii.'iit -if a vh.-ll. was also eaplnre.l Th- r.-l..-la eari-ied some of their d-int them. bill left oil the pi Ihry miuhie SpaniMll I, s; was man kill'.I an.l h.-m.-naiit and IM privates viound.-.l. "Jell. Velaseo sent Hen. ItiV-ra C'.il i I allao T.-rry. in h.ii i of Iwi, .-..Mipaid.'s of troops, Sari I'rlsinlial. HI. tvhli'h pin..- i h.- pnrty ar- rtved a I s i.'.-Ku-k lust i-v.-mnK. Li.-ut. Terry was so hn'lly Injured, liow.-t-.-r, thai h" died on th" r.'iid. Sp.'iikinK to u soldier m .Sjin rTrldto Iml. snl.l thai h" luid lie.-n kimllv tr.-Mii'd by his M" "..m- phtms Kl-'-.-itly of th" p.-iins of his wounds, hut Is s.-lf-posf-sse.! has on.- still in h'.i to nalKtns p.. "Tin? (Irant municipal THE LOSS WAS VERY HEAVY was .itl'n'ially invile th.f ir.aritim.- nat I'ercinonies on April next, the monument I ion will maliy deliver the ,-ity of New the tomb of lien i Irani, creeled by subs, ions, at Kiv-rsid.- park, f II will be njrat ifyin-; to this ir.iv- .'rnmenl if roiirleoi.is (.imld aeei pledi JOHN SUKKMAX." s: i Sen. Is 11- Vir illitV of l'HlH-7.1 to llr, V" be.-l, r.-er-tv to I. lhat I'rosbv stM! MtMralln das Privittc In of SECRETARY SHKRMAN ILL. morning p ;.r. Ir.'in ryrli.Mr Tex.. March s.'  rman i-.'-mains loiilin.-Hl Viis by an attnek of but "Xpei-ts I M b" at the stal" department tu-iuor- H" is abl- I' l.iii-.iness. and ibis Smith of Ohio> as direr-tor of th. hur-au nf A "lerieaii men t parti, ipat- d in the I! inatiun fur this pLinitlon. nr.d whivh uricinati.'ci ,111 Hie lower: were n-nlSer.l I S....T- Sl'.ernian as Smith stood ond in rank. j full Kxtciil of Not Kmnwii Hurt. at HV...IUM.M. in III. lliin.c, t.. i a-n, March -Mr. Spaldim.: iK-P, Mi.-h i .p. Hi.- house! that hotl t..-da.v a joint re? An appr 'llltir.n for i n.-ai [Ilan.-o. It In stali-d that h" was vlth th" r.-hfls. olli'-ial r.-poii or his d.-aih has l-.een RIVERA WILL BE SHOT. Tin. llvroli; 'tt t-iiy the London, .March L'H rr- ei-ived h.-r.. Havana, in reporting the eapliir" il.-n. Ilius lh insurgent l.-ad-r. and his chief of staff. f th" prison.-rs wl'l .pliallon a ulhoriz.-d lo "missions ut" n terms and aiin-.ii-sion an-.l euB-iees xpellK- -a drum h.-ad i ourl-iiiiutlaj. ns lint lli-y will c THIi AMKMITIliS OK WAR, i N'.-v.- York. I lorro f P. Kaclan ..mmiti.-.l to Me.M.ihon in th Hie 1 S.itiinl.iv. I f.lMur. ol V. March It is reported bronchi j th.-it I'..-: Ih- r.-I.el 1-a.ler. in an li inv.-.Iid. lh" r-sult "i V. f wounds he re- in Mr. I spi-aii and tl-'' s. naif a..' The vole on 111" am-n.im-r.ts j tHi: have will tal; -n I afti-rtu'-.r.   t., I-I-.IMV...I ami the "li'bnie wr.! upon tri'.itv us by th----' PIIVI--- hopos to R.-t tho v.-il this '.fi-.'k. .'4 h'.iirs. .Ml larso sim-ams me l.innk- water and preat d has d-.ne to Uvery and river in the Iii.ilnn wrri- s as out Us In the in.rsiin oi tho which in from th" up th, .ow KOUS TOLi. GATES DESTROYED. Mol. ul ainvkvfl MPI, folium! iv I arlltf Ky.. M-ireh tol srales ip -.M-r-' d.stroye, Mi-M.ihun in the "ij'.irt i.r r.. ral v si..i.s to-Jay on ill" indi. mi. 1.1 l...: i! l" sulT'-rini; from r.jnsumption. i .mi.- "i i-: T-iihdl.'j caused by wi.umhi I :i: n. THI..T. u is slated when Uuis Rivera. laii-'r I'jld him lhat iui a man he re- ,1 Bn-ind h.s wounding and capture. Gen 1 tmu h- was proud to v-it shak'- lh- hand of so valorous a 8pa.ii- :1 III llll.'lll.lti- 111 v.i Ml the lm-nrs fur h 'I'hes.- n.irji.s h m S--. r.-l.-irv I.. .t'lvns.. M.iiih rhnsibrr of Jeru- by .x uoMilmpus vote, mn- H-i-itwl tho right of In March numbfsr of valuable bistoriLal stolen from the library have bvein ro- eoverl-d in NVvt York i Th" was Oi'ii. I'.raddtx-k's jourr-Ul or y book. by aid. Col. VVashniKton. fni-m Fohruary to The of a circular oi farewell written Waah- I'prat orderl June. life ii pent of on frotn also In the collection. overcrt de wtten I The wires were in such a tangle that, coiomualcali'in with the pursuit- work! completoiy cue off. It is now; partially The 'damage in- flicted by thf Btorm here was sIlKht. j A government, dredge, rnanned; a crew of seven men and three wa> from Us anchorage. K'O yards off the Jetty. It wan driven against i A- Wood Rowe tn-'morlal assoctation Arn-.ed rejiuluiors arc scourini; thnt set'tirin of th" '-onntry In search the r.iid'rs. Nn fills are in Merwr eounty :nvl the raiders threaten :n destF'.y tin; with Mill. Albany. March followSng bills re hy th" senate .to-nlnht: llr. ImorporatlnB ihe Lucy a projectiBK trestle and was so badly; damatred that It aank in li feet of water, l Those aboard were rescued by thi MTtoi at Fort Potot. Mr. tn Rlverview xanitartam for treatment and rulor- matlon of inebriate male and female. Mr. city of Btarfra, 19 borrow MM a 'l.l.lrr.K. iroh house and serial..' an jaddrf-ss to th-- p, Th-.- villa Vislusa regiment has rout- the under Castillo and Juan near Santiago de; ias or liavann. Twenty-seven w.-re killed H.nd tw.j cc p- tureij. Seven oi lh" troops rl.-tininc their j" parties. Trjvy obje, t-iassej as Democrats or ion toward Loth thcj and their axldres- London, March or Dublin. will show thai they are'wholly separate and distinci fro; either" party-. lor Irrloi.il. Lord Mayoi anted by two official! appeared at to- W. P.uffalo. Mar.h Lambert appointed Fred W. of r.-ieiver ;-for Uio A'.tezany and river railroad .company. f rjecdir.': iho aitlon to rwovcr money allvK'-'d l" ha-.t lx.--.-n loanexl on Ions i.omis Central trust ccm-r. pany of New York. i.l r.rm M Wllkesbarre.j brl oporatjed by the I   

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