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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. NO. 125. SALEM, OHIO, TUESDAY. MAY 27. TWO CENTS. Session off the BareM of Infor- >mplojed Mln- to FBblto mtlml to oti May ses- terian General As- ning was devoted to e ports. The reports without debate tie committee on un- and vacant churches report recommends a special bureau of Liyence office to put linisters into com- e vacant churches. the matter was -sbytenes and will ibly of bmittcd the follow- the exclusion the pub1 ic schools, usly adopted by the of tbe S'ipreme aillrmeJ the .11'; a ntt f.n'T. it's use in uic >n t nal, anil b .1 -claratloa ao mere c tf simply the people jimicitioa'of th.it e'Tort ess pert-micity by a for irow the sys em of pub be land therefore. Mrm tbe Unportano" of i wc'ljre of oar people: atl >n must ?o moral ij'-ove a curse rath- Lhis inorul training must he-vise Its Sinct.on will grasi tbe conscience of aces obligatory enough er: that, a-, the Bible is cst we m oar public schools as citare, aad we urge the en to so arouse pubhc ;t from the pulpit, the tual a'-sembUges that tored to Its true place ia i. Crosby presented the ding committee on doring the stir that ted during this ses- impartial statement te boar! had accom- past year. All the board met with prosperity. The busi closed the year with )4, which enabled i missionary fund Sit, sales of books anc vhat less than las Tiodicals has largely department bas re- ibutions than in any was thereby enabled itnber of student mis- Id and to increase the nt laborers. It has Sunday-schools, from lartre number of the committee on the owingcolored presby- direcrty to the old st the request Dr discrimLnation and tery was as good as 3 thi colored presby- i catezorj was unfair, one v-ie manhood of c was impugned and at home in the Pros- He moved that their L ken on Dr. Booth's e call settled it in the vote stood to 145 aid considerable ex- to adopt the re- he vote being 179 to the nominating tbe following as ich is to do the to report Jo the unani- FINISHED THEIR WOBK. by i NAUONALIAf-MAKERS UECOttD. WASHINGTON, May conferees on the Customs Administretif e bill toeday concluded their work measure, an agreement been reached oa all points in dispute. There were ninety-two amendment! made to the bill by the Senate and the House conferees accepted stity-eight The only masettled question when the oon- adjOBraed Saturday was the date at which the law shall take effect. The Senate had fixed it at July i, but the treasury officials informed Messrs. Alli- son and McKinley that it would be im- possible to make the necessary arrange- ments before August 1, and that date was inserted by the conferees yesterday. The section providing for the appoint- ment of the nine general appraisers, lowever, is to go into effect immediate- ly. By the terms of the agreement the conferees retain the House prOTlsioa that the invoice of shipment shall con- tain the declaration of the purchaser, manufacturer, owner or agent, that it (the invoice) was made at the place from which the merchandise is to be ex- ported to the United States. Senate amendments to Section 7 were retained. These amendments impose a penalty of two per cent, of the appraised value of an invoice for every one per cent it is found to be uadervaluation. if the appraisal exceeds by ten per cent. the declared value; if the appraisal is more than twenty per cent in excess of the declared value, the entry may be held to be presumptively fraudulent The salaries of the nine general ap- praisers are fixed at each. The importer is given days in which to ask a reappraisement, instead of one as In the House bill: but at the rehearing before the board ot general appraisers he laay not be represented by counsel, but shall state bis own case. SHOT TO DKATH. Bad Citizen Wavldul a Tied to Tree and Rid 1th Bnlletn. RALEKJIT, X. C., Star- ling, living- near h'_-lraa. in Johnston County, was surrounded by a party of masked men while on his way home last Saturday night tied to a tree and shot to death, twenty bullets being put into his body. He had made some threats against a citizen and ".-as re- turning home from a magistrate's trial, where he had born to ansv.et to a peace warrant. Hts ftifo in the wajon with him The mo j threw a rope over his he-id, dragged, hun out and earned him far enough into the woods to pre- vent her fro-n being an eye-wittess to his fate. Some time ago an old lady named Celia'Brown and her grandson wore foully murdered in Johnston County. Mrs. Brown was burhng's mother-ia- law and there was a well-founded sus- picion that Starlnsr murdered her that he might get pos-pt-sioa of her property through his wife. He was tried oa the charge of im-.rler, but ne had so terror- ized tbeeom-u.mUy that it was impossi- ble to Tct any ono to testify against him and he w.is .icquirtod for want of suffi- cient evidence to convict. Later on the 1-ouscscf two people who had thcmbsr. esconspicuous in the trial him v ere burned Peoplo of the corunnmitr thought this was Star- ling's work of vengeance. They de- termined to submit to t.iis terrorization no longer aa 1 ou Saturday night they banded together, took him from his wagon and lefc his lifeless body tied to a ree near house, noar this eity. Appropriation BUI by Senate. Mr. Blair's AnendmeBt CUttMr tae Fraldent to to Disarm WASHIMOIOK, !y after the reading of the journal the oath o( offioa was admiaiitered by the President to Mr Carlisle as Senator from lucty for Mr. Beck's unerpired term. Mr. PIUTDb ode-ed a resolnttoa instroetlac the Finance Committee to prepare and report, ia ooonectlon with the tariff bill, a statement ihowlng the dutlea levied onder the existinc law, the duties as they would be under the House bill and the duties bill to re- ported by the committee, duties to be stated In parallel columns. Mr. Reagan moved to amend the resolution ao as to require al. b C., the whole cost not to exceed OOj. The bill -was then passed. Mr. Mitchell oHered a resolution, which was agreed to instruct ag Committae on Pen- sions to report a i amendment TO tLe-pension laws so as to p ovicle m A more l.beral Wanner for the wirtov. 3 chUt'.ren and dependent relatives of deceased soliiers Adjoarned. House was called 10 ordir by Clerk ,vnd Mr. Burrows, of Michi- gan Wis elected speaker pro tern Senate bill was passed for the er-jctioa ot .1 public buildinff at C mtcii, O at a of ilUO 0 a Senate bul Tv.ibpasted ricreasin-to the Jtmit of the cost of the I utMing at Jacksonville, Fla. TbeaoO'-va-> TO tae Committee on District of Col Mr AtMnson. of Penn- (.al.ed i.p tlie Rock Cresk Park The peniins
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