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LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
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iinnco Coininlttrcit .Short 8elon
of ttip Nrniile.
Twenty-Sixth Day, Maiioh 23d.
House of Kepuebeni'atives: Yes
terday Afteknoon's Session.
At yesterday's nfteruoou session
consideration of tho appropriation
bill for current expenses was re
sumed. Tho itom of 812,3-17 for support
of forests and nurseries was re
ferral to tho Committee on Public
Tho item of $2500 for tho Kn
piolnni Park Association was nlso
referred to tho same committee
after some discussion.
Tho itom for tolephono commu
nication botwoon Pokiki and Ililo
courthouse was raised from S1000
to S1800 on condition that tho peo
plo of Puna raise S500 towards
All tho other items reached
passed as in tho Senate bill.
Under suspension of tho rules
Minister Coopor introduced a bill
to dofino tho proportions of tho
national ensign, which war road
tho first timo and referred to tho
Twenty-Seventh Day, AIahoh 24.
After tho usual preliminaries
Sonator Waterhouso presented a
petition signed by fifty-five resi
dents of Naprfo'poo asking for an
annronriation for a wharf at tlmt
placo. Referred to tho Committoo
on 1'ublic Ijiuhis.
Senator Eico from tho Printing
Committee reported printed cop
ies of Senato Bills Nos. 10, 18, 20
Senator McCandlooS from tho
Military Committoo presented a
report on Senate Bill No. 8, which
slated that tho object of tho bill
was to placo tho military under
ouo department and'thoroby effect
a moro economical administra
tion of military affairs. Tho pas
sago of the bill was recommended
on that showing. Laid on tho
tablo, to bo considered with tho
On tho ordor of tho day Souato
Bill No. 1-1 relating to contested
seats in tho Legislature was taken
up, aud passed unanimously.
On motion Souato Bill 8 to do
fino tho powers and duties of the
Minister of Poroign Affairs in re
gard to tho military was taken up
on tho second reading and passed
Souato Bill No. 15, entitled an
act to authorizo tho Minister of
Interior to grant licenses for tho
manufacture of alcohol from pine
apples, etc., was taken up, read by
title and referred to tho Commit
tee on Commerce.
Minister Damon's four bills re
lating to tho consolidation df tho
public debt and tho now loan wore
all road by titlo and referred to a
special committoo of five, of which
tho regular Financo Committeo
shall constitute three.
President "Wilder announced
that tho other two members of tho
Committoo would bo appointed at
Sonator Ilolsteiu, uudor bub
ponsiou of tho rulos, introduced
his bill adding two sections to tho
Election Law which provido for
mi election by proclamation whore
thoro is only ono candidato, art in
tho cuho of tho recent oloction of
A. G. M. Itobortsou. llufotrod to
tho Printing Committoo to bo
At 10:25 tho Roimto adjourned,
Twjwty.Shvj'ntii Day, Mawiii 21.
H0UHI ov JIM'llllftHNTATlYM!
, AllulMlur Kliiu iiuiiyuuiiwl. Ii
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hm m rnUug lu tin m)IId of Ux
eign merchandise and to tho pre
servation of records of district
ihtrntes, also of tho joint roso-
lutiou relating to an old shorttmo
in tho Marshal's ofllce.
Rep. Kobortson presented a ro
port lrom tho Military Committeo
ou referred Horns, recommending
their passago intact.
Hop. Bond reported as follows
from tho Committee on Health
and Education upmi referred
items in tho Appropriation lull1
Your Committeo on Public
Health and Education, to whom
was referred appropriations undei
tho head of "Bureau of Public In
struction" in Senato Bill No. 1,
Having had tho name under care
ful consideration, bog Joavo to
From statistics furnished . by
tho Board of Education, your
committee find tho situation to bo
as follows: Tho present pay roll
of that department is $15,107.25
per month ;tho salaries of teachers
ranging from $10 a month for tho
temporary assistants to $225 a
mouth for tho highest paid prin
cipal of schools, of whom tlicro is
but ono whodrawstho aforonamed
salary. Tho avorago salary paid
to teachers at tho present timo is
$50 a month. Tho avorago num
ber of pupils por teacher is 35.
Tho sum of S300.000 nrovided
for in tho bill received from tho i
Sonato is at tho rate of $15,000 a i old glory, raise tho gold standard
month, which is below tho pros-1 and cry aloud, 'Long livo tho
ont pay roll and allows of no fur-1 Quoon of Great Britain and Em
thor oxpansiou in tho Bchools. , press of India.' "
Tho forco of tho observation I Senator Poffer prosontod n peti-
that "It would bo useless to build
school houses if thore aro no
funds to pay for teachers to teach
in thorn," will bo atonco apparent.
Tho only way jto moot tho difficul
ty, if no relief is given by tho
Legislature, would bo to closo tho
schools when tho funds aro ex
hausted, or to reduce tho
salaries, which, with very fow ex
ceptions, only afford a bare living
for tho teachers.
Tho Board asked for an appro-1 quorum, Powors mado a humor
priation of $420,000 for tho two ; OUb spoech on tho Republican
years ($17,500 a month) and tho , presidential nomination. Speakor
request was based upon calcula- I Roed's namo was not cheered as
tion. During tho last two years his supporters woro taken by Bur
tho number of pupils in tho Gov-, prise, but tho friends of MoKin
ornmont English Bchools has ad- f0y, Quay and Morton mado tho
winced from 7732 to 9093, an in- houso ring with cheors at mention
creaso oi ioui pupiiB, or xt.u por i
cont. Allowing that during tho
noxt two years tho increase! would
bo only liiUO, and tho average nu ru
bor of pupils to a teacher bo in
creased to -10 therq, would bo 30
now toachorB required, which, at
tho avorago salary of !;50 por tho fourth Alabama district, and
month, would moan $1500 a month ' decided that Iub Republican op
moro ($30,000 two years.) Thoro ponont, "W. F. Aldrich, was olect-
would bo required for additional
janitors aud truant oflicorB $250 a
month (0000 two years,) and for
raises in salarios necessitated by
tho schodulo which has been tho
guido for tho Board's action in
apportioning salaries, tho Bum of
about $333 per month ($8000 two
PrcBont pay roll, $15,107 por
month $301,000 two years.
Thirty now toachors at $50 $1500
per month, $30,000 two years.
Janitors and truant officers, $250
por mouth, $0000 two years.
Increased salaries $333 per month,
$8000 two years.
Total $17,250 por month, SH-1,000
Tho Board asked for $17,500 a
month in ordor to have leoway to
moot possiblo contingencies (8120,
000 two years). Grauting for tho
sako of argument, that tho estim
ated incioaso in tho number of
pupils may not bo realized, it cer
tainly will not bo contended that
thoro may bo a doorcaso, nor that
tho present pay roll should bo re
duced. Tho dictates of wibdom
would scorn to require that proi
fiion bo mado for something be
yond tho bare necessities oli tho
present moment. An ignorant
constituency is neither duaimblo
nor safe, and your committoo
would doprocato an undue applica
tion of tho prinuiploH of economy
to thin branch of tlio ptibliu mil',
view, The law requiring tlitt at.
tlllltlllllOII of ulllliliou lit Ni'liool 1h
iti)iiipillni7, mid tlio iiujniiNlbtonoy,
to miiv iiotlilnu of tlio injiittllim, of
rwiilrliifj ii lliiit of iitilliiiifur mini'
pllmiufl wllh ivliiu) nu iilii
IATFST FflRFIRN NFWS '
CONSriTUTIONAI, AIU.D.'ir..NT I'OK
KLKCTION OF HENATOr..
iIiiiiIIIiik of War I.nntloil
tucky l'cuco lor AbyHnliilu
Nowb four days later than last
San Francisco mail arrived by tho
By a vote of fivo to four, tho
Sonato committeo ou privileges
and elections propose an amend
ment to tho constitution of tho
United States, providing for elec
tion of United States Senators by
direct voto of tho people.
Sonator Oockrcll gavo a spoech
on tho silvor question oi tho 13th,
which Hoar says was tho-'oost
silver speech ho ovjr heard.
Cockroll sharply criticised Secre
tary Carlisle By a coincidence,
Sir Julian Pauucofote, British
Ambassador, was in tho gallery
when Cockroll closed his speech
with tho statement that if wo woro
to bo subserviont to English money
interests, wo "should haul down
tion from Gonoral Huirh finmnrnn.
of Douglass county, Kansas, ask
ing congress to mako'tlio fifth of
April a national holiday, it being
tho day on which "Tho King of
tho Jews," whom Pontius Pilato
cuused to bo crucified, April 3, A.
D. 33, achioved his splendid
victory over tho grave,
i "While tho sergeant-at-arms was
1 out to arrest absontoo members of
tho Houso. for tho nurnoso of a
oi. their names.
Tho Republican convention of
Iowa formally launched tho Alli
son boom for tho presidency.
After two days' dobato tho
Houso, bv a voto of 173 to 59.
.unseated Gaston A. Robbins from
i ed and ontitled to tho seat.
Tho Houso passed
American quiring officers of
stoamors to bo citizons of tho
United States, and repealing tho
laws oxompting from tonnage du
ties vessote from countries which
extended similar exemptions to
An ovoning papor of San Fran
cisco says tho annual striko of
sailors is expected to tako placo
in less than ten days. Unless ship
owners accedo to tho demands of
tho Bailors' union for moro pay
tho striko this year will certainly
bo fiorcor than qvor. Tho sailors
claim that this season will seo tho
establishment of tho union on a
basis that will not bo intorforcd
with again by ship-owners.
It is roportcd that a voting trust
of fivo members, including J. P.
Morgan and August Belmont, will
bo formed as part of tho plan of
reorganization of tho Northern
Tho Yandorbilts lmvo sont an
export railroad innn ou n tour of
inspection ovor tho Central and
Union Pacific roads, with a viow
to buying thorn if thoy aro offorcd
for siilo by tlio Govornmont. It
tho Yandorbilts owned thoso roads
thoy would lmvo ii Hue ulonr iiciosb
Thoro was no election of a Son
ator for Kentucky on tlio l!tt!i,
tho HonubltcaiiH rofusing to voto,
Wood Ditnliip rofuHOH to bo sworn
in, though mivnoHtly duriirud by
tho ItiipulilioaiiH, whom lilrimfuhiil
jirovuktw mid iiiyHlilloM
A iiiitimil (hu i)lul(n took
pliuioiit .MiimiJiiijIon, Wiwt Vii'-
lliliii in wliluli ftlglit iiit'ii
uuruwlt Two iIIihI Hud u
wu ijmI Nittfly to rtuiuMii'.
Mout. E. V. Olark, U. S. A., is
tors oil tno reservations.
Itov. C. O. Brown concluded
his address in his own defonso be
foro tho Congregational Council
at San Frauciseo on the 13th. It
was concluded amid a burst of
applau60 nnd loud hurrahs from
the audioncp. Ono man roso and,
with tears streaming down hiB
choeka, cried: "0. O. Blown is
tho biavest man in California. I
move that he bo tho next mayor of
rilB CUIIN ffAll.
Tho Cuban insurgents lmvo suc
ceeded in landing moro munitions
of war at Cuban ports.
Tho expedition sailed from
United States ports during tho
last two weeks in threo vessels.
Tho first was a schooner carrying
175 rifles and 175,000 rounds of.
cartridges. Tho vessel landed on
tho coast of Santa Clara province,
between Caratratas and Sogua la
Tho second expedition carried i
150 ritles nnd 150,000 rounds of
cartridges, and landod on tlio
coast of Pinar dol Dio, between
Bahia Honda and Mariel. This
supply was placed in Cuba within
thirty milcB of tho city of Havana.
Tho last expedition, sailing on
February 29, landed on the north
coast of tho province of Matanzas,
near La Boca, about six miles
from Cardenas. All of those
munitions of ar aro now in pos
session of troops that have closed
in about Havaua.
Tho last expedition carried no
arms or ammunition, but ut tho
special request of General Anto
nio Maceo, who received tho con
signment in person, took 000
iiounds of dynamite and 4,000
feot of insulated wiro and two
electric batteries. This material
was requested by General Maceo,
who proposes using tho matorial
for blowing up bridges and loco
motives on tho railroad between
Havana,Matanzas andSanta Clara.
Tho failure of largo expeditions
to succeed in keeping out of tho
hands of United States authorities
has caused tho Cuban Junta to
adopt the method of dispatching
thoir cargoes from Southern
ports. Honcoforth Biuall expedi
tions will bo dispatched to Cuba
as fast as possiblo. Tho
vessels only carry n sufliciont
number of mon to handle tho
goods when boing put ou Cuban
Tho junta is very well satisfied
with this manner of procedure,
as during tho last thirty days five
successful landings have been
Rome, March 13. Negotiations
with King Monolok have boon
ononed. It is anticinnted tlmt
peace will bo concluded bofore
long, and tlio war oflico has coun
tormandedtho instructions sont to
vnrious points for hurrying for
ward tho reinforcements to Africa.
Victoria, B. 0., March 13. Fivo
now guns for tho Esquimalt land
fortifications woro received from
Euglaud today aud will bo placet!
in position nt onco. Thoy aro
brooch-loaders of six-inch bore,
with barrels 14.0 feot long. Threo
arointonded for McCauloy Point,
whilo tho other two will bo mount
ed Bomowhoro near Esquimalt
lighthouse Tho guns, though
Beemingly largo, aro not to bo
compared with tlio two still to ar
rive, and now at Vancouver.Theso
latter aro of nine-inch bore. Tlio
works at McCauloy Point aio now
well advanced, though but littlo of 4
tho forts can bo soon, a consider
ablo sized mound, with u gradual
Blopo to tho sea, being the only
uppoaranco presented to tho ob
server afloat. -
tiu i: it r M-i'iiMH,
Row Romig's sermon .on
"Union" last night was ono ofnTho
Btrougorit and most uh'ouUyq Iio
has yot given, ho doplored in
stroiiK toniiH thu party Hiiirit tit
Ohriatoiidoin and pointed IiIh nu
illloi'rf u tlio bihli) iin furnishing
lliu ono mill only platform upon
wliluli iill noiiltl.or ovor would
ilium. llHttiirmwt usliui'lutliin nt
tilt) ulniu of IiIh tllwuijiftu viim
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