Salem Daily News, February 12, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1890. TWO CENTS. utlines Plans by Ea- it ion Between Offices. U Direct Op- >f the Service. 12. Postmaster ippeared before x Postoffices and id read an elab- of a system of Wanamaker said ased on the four ntroduced in the ie same subject, satisfactory. e experiment by jraph, communi- )0 free delivery ad to gradually jailer offices. A ,ges could not be teved that tho for ten years on he did not think ,ablished on the 5e, but it could a point. He had e by itself would e Postoffico De- le additional de- ring two cents answer to ques- f the committee, it the establish- ph system would because of the ire is no guaran- res. The scheme position to any cause the deliv- an that of mes- e telegraph com- ral was of opin- n to use postal or the proposed sful. In a great lyes assigned to green, but he Lnd a number of rice who under- alegraph instru- ir of salary he rator would not 3 ordinary clerk." lie said the rate is about the same rate in England. losition to limit s, Mr. Wanamak- 3ral members of 1 his reasons for ing. He replied that every thing g. The 400 offices gin with and the 5ed at the discre- ;nt. He thought (ft with the Post- for the rea- Leemed arbitrary. THE TRACK. he Wisconsin Cen- Injured. disastrous >rday on the Wis- ar Mcllen .Tunc- uth of this place. obtain, but it is persons were in- m not be learned rain wrecked was merexpress, leav- in the morning train was run- of speed when. and two rn from the track. i'-s for an instant 1-vly over. The v.-os sprcad- a dozen nnci w.-rc ii fatallv. FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. JB Uneventful Day la Both Senate and IIoosc. WABHUGTOK, Feb. morning hour yesterday the Senate passed bill appropriating JlOO.iMO for a public building at Burlington, la., and the Senate bill lor the relief of certain settlers on the public lands. The Oklahoma bill was again taken up, the pending question beinj; the amendment of Mr. Plumb to Include No Man's Land in the pro posed Territory. Mr. Vest made an argument la favor of the amendment. Mr. Platt said thai Mr. Vest's earaestness was due to his desire to see the Cherokee outlet lying between the Oklahoma country and No Man's Land opened to so'tleine it. Ho believed that the outlet would be o jined at the present session of Congress, but wiien that was done it would be time to talk of including it and No Mail's Land in Oklahoma. The bill went ovr without on the amendment, -The Senate then took up the Edu- cational bill and Mr. Ulair 'ejujitd hs speech in support uiil- V.'uhiut confiding his speech Mr. tflnir yielded '.o a motiou to proceed to executive busu-ei--. nud after .1 secret session the Senate Adjourned. jtuinal of Morday's pro -eedings was approved by .1 vote ol 1501) Speaker counting a quorum. Mr. Ci.'n-'o.i called ui> the proposed code of an 1 o ;i resolution providing that general s' all at one o'clock tu-day and ihu. after uebat-under the nve-m uute rule, the p-evioup qu -t on shall be ordered at four o'cl.-i '.i Prou ".a were made against cutting oft Now York yesVruay Washington. Hij attempt t-o buy the fraiv was notas successful as be I prpaolifd in the morning and P. IJ. wish, still bo not np bojx-.! Smith. ciTr. read a historical of th'- pajusr in In evening- still of 'bf that inusl; Johnson, of IV-troit. an in way of rvducinc th" address. wssion will conclude to- fr-r ing the only one to vote against him. AN EXILE'S SUICIDE. Preferring Death to Dishonor. Beauti- ful and Talented Woman Takes Poison. PAKIS, Feb. refugees in this city have received a cipher dated Kara, Eastern Siberia. Decembei 28, stating that Madame Sibida, a ladj of noble birth, and lately a school teacher in Moscow, who is serving oul a penal sentence for being found the possession of revolutionary dence of Robert Barclay and ing him, his two children and Robert Brown. Barclay and his children wert extricated with difficulty, but was killed by the falling timbers. Win'Call an Extra DES MOINBS, la., Feb. bal- lots for Speaker were had in the Houso Tuesday, each one resulting: LI a mil ton 3o. Wilson 35. The probability is that an adjournment will be had without anything being done, and then Governer Larrabee will call an extra session for the purpose of seating Governor Boies, passing tho appropriation bills, fixing- the joint freight rates and considering tho prohibitory law. Corset Strike Settled. NKW U.AVEX. Con.. Feb. striko of the corset stitchers at Meyer, Strouse vtCo's factory was amicably set- tled Tuesday and the girls will re- sume work They accept ono- half the reduction first proposed and tbo firm airreo to run the machinery fifteen per cent, faster and to submit the ques- tion of the compulsory benefit assess- ment ton. TOT- of employes. Won the Match All thr- L. 1- Fob. last ot the psgeon matches for SI-OTO each, and 5T..OOO a sMe additional on main: 2W birds, bctwectt C. Macal'-sv-rr. of and Knapp. of York. resulted fol- Knapp JciH-d K.2: Knapp ]o51 four all Vhe JJany v bands Ib" rowli natch. ;

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