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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. NO. 38. SALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY U. 1890. TWO CENTS. i CAPITAL Cases Soon to led. elief from ivils. for an loterme- for >llo JUquor Traffic Fair Site. Senate 33 and Elections 3 up the Montana Republican and ecthave been no-' given a hearing to present their have nbers of the com- ing impression is ill make a report Republican claim- ittee of the House Featherstono vs. district) to-day, ee. who lias the favor of seating Republican mem- e will probably imittee may also ting- of the Mudd- aryland district) so favored by the Df the committee sported favorably ocrats submitting 0. Boyd, Messrs, jorge Blair, all ol before the Ways se yesterday and glslation for the arehousemen and Keogh submitted g and signed by a en employed in imported into the y forth that, by ariff laws, their iriously impared; of work have de- ambers employed a large amounl stored in foreign >on which is done shipped to for consumption srtain to increase immediate aid ia Bar As- >fore the sub-com- ind House Com- esterday to make the bills intendec sine Court of the j pressure of busi- low engaged. The vere in favor of an 3 court. of tbe Women's Union, yesterdaj Committee on the Be in favor of the introduced in the to provide for a bject of the alco- bill introduced by n? the transporta- liquors from any tho District of Co- icr Slate or Terri- violation of the Schade, editor of nel, followed in an to the bills. Vorld's Fair Com- las been called for ft prepared by Mr. hod of choosing a n. The matter of by no radi- proposed to drop the lowest number each ballot. Marx Weakening? Apple- League Uase Ball Eltnira yesterday Richardson, the fa- in, would sign a play in his old po- Mr. Appleton said will biga a League Among the there is a disposi- r as a Leag-uc bl u ST. istnjot amonfc the ten their organ ira- Machine. M. Mc- I'ourih street, re- Jar a package posV- srairh proved to r cotton. so inv-ntioa was an OM Work iu the Senate and HOBM of WASIUFGTOH, Feb. the Sen- ate yesterday a number of bills were reported from committees and placed on the calendar. Amoac them was one for the establishment and maintenance of Indian industrial schools ia Michigan aad South Dakota. The bill appropri- ating tor a public building at Portland, Ore., was passed. Consideration of the bill to provide a tem- porary government for Oklahoma was then re- sumed, the pending question being Mr. Plumb's amendment to Include "So Man's Land" within the Territory. Attar some discussion on the amendment a vote was taken and it was agreed to. Mr. Plumb offered an amendment attaching the Cherokee .outlet to Oklahoma for judicial purposes. The amendment, after some discus- sion, was rejected Some funher formal amend- nents were agreed to and the bill was passed. The Senate went into secret session and adjourned. Senate jo nt resilut-on congrat- ulating the peop e of the united States of Bra- zil on the aao.it or. of a rcpub i. au lorrn of gov- ernment was passed ui-an mous'y. Cons Af atioa of the code of "rules was then proceeded wiihc. An amendment wus adopted requiring the titles of com juttee reports to be entered on the journal. Clause 3 is amended so us to read as follows: On the demand of any member, or at the sug- gestion of the Speaker tht of members Sufficient to majj; a quoi urn m the hall of the House, who do not shall be voted by the clerk and recorded :n lounial and repotted to the Sneaker with'hen m s of the members and be counted ud ,i n uneed in deter- mining the presence o' a quorum to do business. The amendment
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