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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1890, Salem, Ohio CHE_SAI.EM DAILY NEWS. IL NO. us. Manifested by Noted igressmen. SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY. MAY 13. 1890. 'nor and Hills Indulge pky Personalities i Sojrar Tract Started (r. of Nevada. Dhv Bill In the Senate. Jay the nil yesterday the House went the Whole on the tariff bill, eaeral debate be limited to ie availed ol the one- the deck read the bill by VYA8HIXCTOX, n about the-published report that in thl8 and that in consequence he was buying silver bullion abroad, said: "I see tta I quoted assaying that the Govern Kansas, offered an amend- tt tae President may sus ty on any imported article the proJu 'lion, mana- ich article is monopol zed or itrollecl bj anj truat or oom- ie an attack upon trusts and Jjat notUIns wou'd be clone as the party in the House ew the House Into commo- at two years ago tbe leader most e-ctortionut" fust in the CUpitol. marched into Ways .Means Com- vely took the majority ot the head and shook free i jumped to his feet and ex- 0 st .te to the gentlemaa statement Is false. Every tVe near the old plantation always hear It when you tVe hear the old Texaa slo- 1 who at the head o! a great rime upon a bUl and sinks 33 ougnt 10 get indignant. aers of the gentlaman who New Haven will not drive i" ly will drive you from your 111 you permit a if it is In par lamentary royobe to ba interrupted by asked why sugar trust cer- O.UOO.OOJ since the McKin- irted that he would like to t> In tae House. ed that the jute trust and formed under Republican M! if it were not true tbat Committee of the Fiftieth sugar schedule the day Mr. Havemeyer, of New the schedule was never :nce of any visit of Mr. endment was jnd Mr. Oweas, of Indiana, licans voting In or of it of the -vote was received Democratic side On a amendment WAS Republicans in turn meat of the vote with'ap- n amendment propos'ng to >ods when exchanged for Je argued that the Ameri- relieved from the_oppres- fie adoption oT his amend- of Kentucky, ottered an I to change tee date upon Ice effect from July sd. Adjourned, re of Mouday's Senate pro- sspcch t.y Mr. Jones, of t h.s s.lver bill. Mr. Jones s and claimed tbe closest .ors on bota sides of the i strong argument in favor t sllTer. Increased volume onet.zarfon ot silver and Judiciary Committee re- amendment to tbe Sen- ;ih an amendment. Messrs. 3. that as m-mbers of the lot concur in tbe report. led the efTcct of the action matter weal over, lefendad the miners ;lQshn'j33 in des'ring tbe rcr. The -direr m'ners. he g. as eager, as rigorous, as of old. They bad tbe Gorerament and tr. Tteir cluing was an edsd ao defense, nf Mr. Teller. Mr. Jones t srcrct sessica azx2 in irard. storing it in th- assay office at New" and that it is also silver in iho West and is_ suing certificates The correspondent evidently misunderstood me. What I did say was that sdverwas bought m London and shipped to and deposited at the assay office at New York for fine bars, which were being stored by pm ate parties. The Govern- ment has bought no silver in London, nor has it stored any silver in the West it is not storing silver at all, and of course is not issuin? certificates on sil- ver bullion, as there is no law authoriz- ing such issue. _ "I did say that but little silver is be- ing offered the Government for sale, and that at a pnce considerably above the market price, and above the price at which certificates on silver bullion de- posited in the Western National Bank are being sold m Xew York. In regard to a corner on siher, I said that I did not know anything about it." ____ I -CM. l-'cuine In Massachu- setts Prov.s Xot Such a Good Thins; as Was Kipected. Mass., May little town of Dracut is disgusted at the re- sults of the liquor license, the holder of which had iiis second day's business Monday. The crowd was not great as that attending the opening on Saturday last, but the scenes devel- oped into a carnival of debauchery. The have refused to send officers there for been called there and returned loaded with prisoners. There were numberless small fights, and a man named Farrell was unmerci- fully pounded and kicked. Another named Rourke fell off an electric car last night on the way to Lowell and had his ankle fractured. The Lowell officers were stationed at their city line and ar- rested and h-intlcuifsd the intoxicated as fast as they cam" over. At seven o'clock last night the holder of the license forced to shut down bus- iness. DSADLY_KEVEXGE. Man With Many Enemies Shot Down TWO CENTS. Three Thousand Men Strike at McKeesport, Pa. Miners of Western Pennsylvania Firm In Their Determination Not to Yield to the Operators. CLAY -BRECKENKIDGB. of for OCicr- v Palmer. a. arrival home Mon-
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