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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SAiEM DAILY NEWS. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1890. TWO CENTS. >t St. Louis by >Acen Drove the Doctor Murder. ds the Aflfclr, of i. new and impor- ted up in the Cro- it is now reason- great murder con- roughly exposed. tie arrest of one of the terrible trag- uan who is under lot Cooney, "the i, and he was not The man who is t more important ;he bloody drama CONGRESSIONAL British taw UOUM WASBISGTOS, Feb. SENATE Direetlj transaction or moralng business yes- terday, the Senate went into secret session to? the discussion of the British extradition treaty The Senate rmtiied the treaty. When the doors opened the Educational biU ukea up, Mr. Blair resuming his remarks in favor of rening by officer 1 station. sought long and irities had almosl being able to cap- -Monday evening licago, and detec- r, of this city, ar- mspected of being irder of Dr. Cro- ft what part of the rested, as all in- to it is suppressed tes. The man ar- i of St. Louis, but been in the habit intervals. Chief lat the arrest will tbe man proves to Chicago officials Kstive Thomas ar- search of his man, lad flown a day 01 ictive has been on d says that he fol- jarly every South- jturned here last ice say he was ar> ras interviewed Ii irnoon by a repor- name is John B. ig to do with the n I admitted t< ite Monday nighl e party the Chicagi It is a case 01 first visited Chi- 9. I left there th ed Mahon forced 11 the time and in s knocked Gnffen Tar of the Fair. Post says air bill is passed as commission power te, the matter will and the litigation after It The House Mil for toe relief of the tike Devil's Lake Agency, North DaVota. paaaed. Alter a second secret session for the purpose of referring sotne nominations to appropnate committees, the Senate adjourned, Pension bill was reported from the Appro-iri-itions Committee and referred to the Committee of the Whole. A conference commiuee was ordered on the bill directing the Superintendent of the Census to collect farm mortgage statistics Tne House lien went into Committee of the Whole to consider the Seiate bi'l pro% idiag lor the appointment of an Assistant Secretary of at a ar> of Atfr conaiderab e debate the bill went er without action and the Oklahoma bill taken up The debate was Umiied to three and one half hours. The Democrats demanded nve hours which was refusel ind they demanded the read- Ing In of the House and Senate bills, flfty- printed pages. Mr Struble, of Iowa, tools the floor In support of the House bill. Mr. Baraes, of Georgia, in of the Senate bilL He sa.d tuo House bill proposed to include in the Territory UmJs to which the United States d d niw holJ title Mr Hare of Texas had read at the desk a letter from Gmernor Biid of the Choc- taw Nation .idimst fe passage of the bill a vio'atloa of treatv In the letter tbe
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