LanMng, Mich., Feh. 14.- A nula seitsation was ereated in the senate yesteiduy morning by the introduction by Senator Clapp of a concurrent resolution calling uptm the Michigan señatora and representatives in congress to use every effort to carry out the plpijge made by the rerjublicans of Miei at the last state convention to restore silver to its proper position in the United States as a money metal. By a vote of 12 to 10 r ution was tabled. The law of lsü.! placing; n specific tax on lnherïtancea waa decUired unconstitutional by the supveme court. Senator Jewell yesterday introduci 'I a bilí providing for the taxation ■" inlieritances, the revcnue to ic into tl.e primary school fund. Thia dol wIH become a iaw. The 1 ill i ppn p:-iatIng $20,000 for mnrUing tho poeitlon of Michigan regiment on the batUeiïelds of ChickamaiiKa and Chattanooga hap passed both houses and went to the governor.