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LANdlBG, March 22.- A bil', ravorably reponed in the huuse from the commiuee uu siate aflairs establlshing three new suite normal and approprlatini? S25,0iM in aid of each. Onu is tü Ih the central portion of the state, om in the upper portion of the lower península, and one in the upper península. The bül involving the war over Ihe couuty-seat of Murguette county between the citie3 of Ishpeming and Marquette was the subm contest Theeityoi Marquelte ihe county seat, and in order to retaln it a bill was introauced gtving lier eleven members of the board of supervisors. The bill went to a tr.ird readinc. The senate amended the house resolmion tor final adjourument on May Ls by cl-anging it to May 89, and passed it It also paísed a bilí appropriatlng f2,500 for eaeh of the '4 inaidof Michigan Pioneer ai ; Historical soc LANS me March 23.- The bijl granting the city of Mar.Hief.i-' eleven members of the board (if supervisors of Marquette county was passed. This i rquette to retaln the couuty seat. favorable reports -nere made on billa approprlanng {77,000 for a home and training school ior the feeble-mlnded and epileptie, and to creat. a dairy eommission. The house concurredinthe senate resolution tixhv; the date of tinal adjournment on May i0. The senate committee on the sinte nniverelty reeommended favorably a bill makiní ira anpropriaüon of $182,;0 for the support of the university until the üxed appropriation provided for by the one-f ix:h mili tai law shall bcvome aTaila't'he eommittee on labor iuterests in the e recommended the repcal of the alrs to be coDflned in the pri.-ons o: 5 LAKS1NG, March 24. -The war 9ver church taxaiion is being Bercely fousrn : in the legislature, felich bill providing for the ion of all real estáte exceeding fñ.oOO in one church society belng the A remonstrance containlng presented in the senate. This lody pa sed a bill pro-. i one railroad compa 11 and convey lts property aud franchises tu another. The house committee on ways and means reportetl favorably bilis maUing approprlationa :.lir for state institutions, as follows: normal school, '30,000: industrial home for .': school for the blind, 847,000: state 5; home for dischar?ed prisoners. 13,400. These appropriations are he biennial period, TS93-y i. A joint resolution was passed by the house provioing for the ue of a volume upon "Michigan and its resources," in tended for circulationat the wor'd's fair. Bills to ex ! maf hiñes Í rotn exg machines were d In the house. Lanseso. March 28.- Prompted by Murderer Latimer's escape, Representative Sumner on Monday night moved that his bill nro%i(iing the death penalty for convicta or other prisoners who commit murder while in custody, whioh has been slumbering on tne table Lt was introduced early in thesession, be referred to the committee onjudiciary. This done aud the early passage of the biil is anticipated.


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