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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE EM DAILY NEW SALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY. JUNE 6. 1890. ises of Congress Discuss tbe Problem. t Caucus Substitute fot the ial Bill Debated in the House. Senate an Ghost ather, or Guide. 3S, June McKit- Committee oa Rules, reported a itcrday providing that the House immediately to consider the Sil- hat consideration shall continue m. Saturday, when the previous 1 be considered as ordered. of Georgia, had no objection to t for debate but he was informed of the Committee on Coinage, Measures wou'd be al'ov.edto mcndments which were ailmissi- rjles of the House. Whoa these there would be no opportunity for to offer amendments, nor would ia% :i chance to usk the House to (r> nnge Tin's proceeding Mr. as a wicked and shameful L minority. He tho-igJa there j 3 on the Rf-publican side who free silver but Jor fear of the wus In accord with the Secre- :tsary. and boih were in accord If the major ty and the Pres- I 10 the money power, the masses would hereafter d ctate and en- on in their Interests. Df Missouri, suid that every man or this resolution, voted against d those who had not independence nd up against gag rule were unfit 1 of mini's. Siiid the mmoritv my nm-ndment that they could f.-iul rales. oy su.d tkat ths resolution was In- the nn opportunity to pass gis ntion which wonlit no in per- 10 tl.e gen' ral seutunont of the to giv" th'- House we opportu- bill that would tnke all the silver the UnHed uad utilize it purposes. After more discussion adopted -ye.vs nays 117. i-oted in the uillrinaiivc and moved ion Tae m >tion to reconsider ens lit nays US. been read, Mr. Conger, or the caucus bill as a substitute. or ofcreil ;in amendment 11 bill providing thiit it the net rer buUiau received shall be less m any one month, the Secretary 7 shall en the succeediuf; month tticient amount to supply the de- 511, of Michigan, moved to amend striking out and inse-t- This exhamtficl all taj am -nd- :nn be otferoJ under the rules, and Bland was on hi- r of fre .silvtf coinage. Pending the House adjourned! imediatcly afrcr the routine busi- the Silver bill was :aken up aad jok the floor. Be bel'.e.-ed that a 2 people were opposed 10 opening le United States to the; Tree com- !d ssilTcr. He :Uso bjiievod thnt javcnttons of both parties would v a proposition. The people were In the portion of the country e was conversant, nine-tenths of .il populat'on and of the mtelli s aid wage-earners were opposed of the world's silver by the had concluded. Mr. Sher- floor and chamcturiz-cl the bill iate as a-, uaeasr zhost. wander- ither. without compass, without :o call fora vote upon it. and .1 s .lution of admitte.i that the people of :d a iar.rer m-jdiu-.u cnuntr.i s, bat nowhere were p.ip'.-r monoy better understood than in United He eeelpts of the National of 1 than half of the the atnour.; at which gold coin constituted 14 one-quarter of one per cent.. -urpsrvent., and checks Y-! ninety per c-.-nt.. so thai, piiryd a very ihi- i attributed the decreased prices i. prt.-li.cts to the up West: rciuc-.-d of trans- of raiiroa'l miliaci; ar capacity of und nr- and to and ftlucc pr-.ce Young Lawyer Victimizes Hm Friends for a .Vuioiint nail Skips to Canada. Conn., June case of embezzlement which occurred several months since, by which several promi- nent residents of Trumbull and sur- rounding towns lost large amounts of money has just come to light. The em- is lloliin Beers, a young lawyer doing business in Bridgeport. Several months ago Mr. Boors visited his homo and secured a large amount of money from his brother and sister, two wealthy and Elliott Beardsley C. G. Adams, proprietor of the Church Record in Southport, and oth- ers, representing that he would invest it in mortgages in Brooklyn paying large dividends. His will reach nearly SsU.OOO. Elliott and Miles Beardsley v.-f-re victimized to the extent of anvl tho others in amounts ranging from to J.j.OJD. Beers has gone to Canada. of Disaster. Va.. June is just learned that an Ohio River railroad special train of two cars. StlcJ with Bal- timore Ohio railroad officials en route to Wheeling, went through a be- tween here and Wheeling. The disaster is said to aopallinir. but the officials of the road can no information. A special train with sursreons on board has __-T. __- Me ty get tl.f- KmtrJridr LSTTI.K N. Y. trial of H-orp- thu killing i
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