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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. L I2A. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY. MAY 26. 1890. I for Biff Deficit Treasury. [la Pilinjr Up in Cor> Alarming Rate. VU1 be a Uettclcney ot DO. Conservative ess are beginning to the way the appro- tiling up this session. propriations on bills i pending, point to an 1 exceed Government millions during the snue from all sources ling the postal reve- iy the Treasury De- at The propriation bills, ex- cies, will amount to and the permanent icluding the sinking ills will, according to the members of the ions Committee, be at That makes an aggre- I of appropriations ex- pendent Pension bill, BS a law as passed by ,11 for Ap- B increase of the navy House amount to as been ap- World'sFair. If the ir bill, the Galveston le one for the lake the upper and lower twillmake 0 the appropriations. )us appropriations at ion amounted to likely to amount to t this session, as the Is already reported in 1 aggregate appropri- 00, to say nothing of ut if the miscellane- carry only the same last session the total will amount to deficiency of 3 and estimates leave ile appropriations for Direct Tax bill and ires which if enacted the deficit next year 5 officials of the have investigated the r freight switchmen perintendent Russell iitement of two of the for the day they had of foreman Sbeeban pers, Mr. Russell de- lie men ten days. The ted by the switchmen Russell -was satisfied r BO Exploding; Sqnlb. May and md Austin Peterson ind mangled Saturday f a torpedosquib. The lib in an old brush ckecl or threw a stone oded Willie Trantor out pieces ere imbedded in his Peterson will sur- In Indiana. E. Ind.. May 2G rough the north part turday aflvrnoon. do- damaz At New 1 -.vcre blown hariware store was Jndation. The roof of church was blown damage was also done innate and Linden. I A liad frcicht oa the Vaa- Tror. I1L A fast with cxvt A the local William aian. KIT? per ajurrd. Jfaj as. V i and Y-' Mm' 26.-Dr. Mo- Cosh, ex-president of Princeton Col- lege, addressed the Presbyterian As- sembly Saturday. The report of the committee to which the resolutions rel- ative to the appointment of a commit- tee on revision were referred, was pre- sented and adopted, as follows: Your committee report that they haTe unanimously agreed upon the following preamble and resolutions, the adoption of which they recomfgftnd: Whereas, The last General Assembly directed an overture to be transmitted to the presbyteries, in these words: Do you desire a revision of the confes- sion of faith? 2-If so, in what respects and to what extent? And whereas it ap- pears from the the special com- mittee appointed to canvass the answers cf the presbyteries tosaid ovciture. that 134 presbyteries have answered "Yes" to the first therefore, Resolved, That a committee composed of one member of the Assembly from each synod, to wit: nineteen ministers and ten elders be appointed by the moderator to noinin-ite to this assembly a committee consisting of fifteen minis- ters and ten elders which shall be called "the assembly's committee on revision of the confession of which com- mittee when constituted by the General Assembly shall consider the suggestions' made by the presbyteries in their an- swers to the second of the above ques- tions, and formulate- asd report to the General Assembly of 1891 such altera- tions of the confession of faith as in their judgment may be'deemed desira- ble. This committee is instructed to meet not later than October 81, 1890, and dili- gently pursue its work, that it may promptly report the meeting of the General Assembly of 1891 and, Whereas, Sixty-eight presbyteries answered "no'' to the first of the above questions and sixty-nine presbyteries of those answering "yes" have expressly said that they desire no change in the confession of faith to be be made that impairs the integrity of the system of doctrine taught therein, therefore, Resolved, That this committee on re- vision be instructed that they shall not propose any alterations that will in any way impair the integrity of the Re- formed or Calvinistio system of doctrine taught in the confession of faith. SEVEN VTISvCU DISOWNED. Party of Seekers Find 'Watery Graven fuexpvrieucfe Of Tliose Rowing a Kont. FALL RIVER, Mass., May 26. A. small boat containing a paHy of pleasure seekers c-ipbizea in the rough water in the bay yetter-lay and seven persons were drov.-ncd. Their names are: Sam- uel Wirtlas, aged fifty; Mrs. "Wittles, aged forty-five: Henry Wittles, aged ten; Samuel Wittles, Jr., aged thirteen; Levina Buckley, -aged thirty-five; Fred Buckley, aged three; Willie Turner, aged eight. JTJie acoidejii.was caused by the inexperience of the men who were rowing the boat. Only one of the party could swim and he succeeded in saving one of his companions besides himself. _ Heavy Fitr Caused by Ga.ioline. 0., May The explo- sion of a srasoline stove sot fire to a frame building in the rear of E. T. Welch's v. confectionery store Saturday evening. Tie fiames quickly spread to the main building itself and from there to the large blocks on either side of it. Although the firemen worked bravely, the water supply was inade- quate to the demand. A number of building totally destroyed. The loss on the buildinrs is v.ith licbt on goods -stored in the buildings aUo about well in- sured. _ t.onc Itacr Under Ind.. May Van of Newport. R. L. aad Van Sicken and Karri- V.. of Chicago. a 100 roil'- JiicTclc race on ;hc course north of Sar-rJay. hPiTT frow rwat rains and the riders ta a bic storni ia tV- Srsi fiftr miles aad catae in with their shoes fail At the cad of the first fifty Van Sick rac" was wnn Van Wajoacr ia UK 15'iS'-. Mar a tract this cnuaty. wht. inr'. Saisrdar aafl 'iV.a1. '-i'.i" It tliai i Disaster During a Lucaa, O. While Removing tMm Ban- an Takes Place, Instantly Killing H far The easthound freight oa the MLwonri. Kar..w ,fc Texas railroad wrrckrd near here Sutxiajr tnomiaf by a switch raised hirb by workmen who had re- it. The enriar and B-.JC cars wore drraiJrd and dentoHiibcd tnd and fireman to badly :n- that a few after- ward. ATI.VJTTA. May C'ttvil Ovr- a per- ;n rsarftfoa frtsminiac t i< a iar ad
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