Salem Daily News, June 11, 1890

Salem Daily News

June 11, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. IL NO. 137. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 11. 1890. itoiHce Appropriation BUI passes the ent to the Senate Silver Rill ch Fixes the Amount of j Treasury Surplus. i Pellcr .Hnkes a Long and la Fttvor of Ar- of the Wall Street Clique. 2TOS, June House .asaed Senate bill amending the 12- nue laws so as to authorize the Com of Internal Revenue to formulate regulations by which, beer may be jet from the vats to the bottling de- fithout passing through the interme ss of being drawn into kegs Senate ssed chanrtng the present system of on exported beer and fermented d permitting vheir exportation in ie same manner as dUtil.cd spirits udled, jrs were consumed in the considers- jnate bill Tor the relief of C. Lher assignees of Addison C. Flc-tch- e of a cancelimg stamp. The bill laid upon the unufcual the ordinary method pursued to de- ne bill being to postpone it indefl- so then went Into Committee oJ the he Pobtoffloe Appropriation bUL No was made to the measure, and the having speedily considered the bul, to the House, when it was passed. -The House Silver bill was referred mittee on Finance. The Senate Sll- s then taken up and unanimous con- that alter three o'clock on )MV enate shall be limited to five minutes iitor on nuv question, ib's umfDomont thnt no funds avaM 3 payment ol the public debt (includ BO are kept for the redemption of tes notes) shall be retained in Vie excebsof was amended to it the words "'provided that the Ivor coin and gold bullion in tne in which pold and silvei certificates Issued shall not be considered avu.la- purpose except the redemption of tan questioned the use of retain'ng a illioiib of gold in the treasury while i dearth of cuirency felt, especially in istricts. HJs opinion wus that a re- fty millions would be all suftlcient. to offer an amendment carrying eu. :r said that the Senator had not put tiigh enough. H had cost "the interest at four per cent, for one half yeurs. He sa.d tli.it he was man. He believed that gold were made (as Mr. Sherman had said lay) by the Almighty foi money, that twin metals, and that the discarding the one or the other could not be afr ut, if there could be only one inoney n. he asserted that the interests of 1 States and the world that ;t should be tilver i had beun lurt b. yuad the of a douht wn1! not gold enough in the world lore not enouch bom_r pioduci d :i the busmess of the v.orh! on gold to statements made in Mr. Sherman's cb Mr. Teller said that there was our previous to 1.S7S when ;ho fold the unit of value in this country, dollar was the unit of value up to Another point in Mr. Mr. Teller disputed and de- li n ini.rease of circulation had with the increase of pop ilaiion. e statement by Mr Sherman and t thf> the bill wanted a ir. T.lr. Teller sua3. that, it was a n.iuosruery which was u disrate to They w.inteiS tho honest doll, r re e douar that haii been stricken dnwn e will of the people and without thvir ler went on to speak of ie Republicjn natioiiyl pUitform and t h" had supposed it to be more clap nub'icjn ticket would not ;rt fiom him. would not h.ive got najorny that it did in Colorado r remarked that Mr Teller i: it in re- Siher in thf platform just Blair; felt m relation to the educa- ik. -r oa to say that there was no orable to bimetallism in h gh places, not be while Wall stret t "could in- parties. He rc-mtmbcrod the iMr. f people in Wa'l an'l ivinir iv before him the f train No. 1, of the St. Louis. Arkansas lexas railroad, was wrecked bv six masked two miles south of'hero at o'clock Muniay nisrht. Tho train was ditcLtd at llaywood's switch tender and t-xp: e- a Knock- Out (llui Uf Kite nttes Kcjn.ce. BATON- Ron.E. La.. June lot- tery now admits its defeat and the antis are jubilant. Its bill was read a second time in the House yesterday and re- ferred to tho committee appointed last wook. This, however, is tan expiring kick. John A. Morris ha of her daughter. Mr. condition is not improved and wound :nav result fa- tally. NWS OF A Budget of Items From Neigh- boring Towns. BAUBEKIXG OX SUXDAY. It U Not ft Work of Charity or Necessity and Therefore CLEVELAND, June Hamil- ton decided the case of Ohio vs. Charles Scbuler Tuesday. Schuler was arrested under the State law for cutting hair in the Weddell House barber shop on Sun- day, December 29, Hit was tried in the police court and discharged. The case was taken to the common pleas court on exceptions and tried before Judge Hamilton. After an exhaustive review of the case the court said in closing: "I can perceive no reason to declare that the facts bring this case v.-ithin tho exception of necessity or charity within tho meaning of the stat- ute, or to hold that bartering generally on Sunday is lawful in this State. The exceptions to the rulings of the court are sustained.'1 PKIEST INDICTED. Prominent Toledo I'astor to Com- ply With the Lnw Rekitlntr to School May Follow. TOLEDO, O., June Dr. Quig- loy, the prominent Catholic pastor of St. Francis de Sales church, in charge of the largest parochial schools in tho State, has been indicted by the grasd jury by refusing to comply with the pro- vision of the State law relating to school children. Complaint has boon made against him for refusal to make returns of the number of children in his schools in order that truant children might be discovered. Lawyers say an interesting constitutional point is involved in the indictment In case parochial schools come under the truant law they can de- mand a division of the school fund. No NKW -laa- Xirholay arrivd b'-iv- on ih" Vi'.-rra. and that n Sunday m-cninc h" n Satssrdar Suspected of Murder. COLUMBUS, 0., June P. Wash- ington, a colored man, has been ar- rested on suspicion of knowing some- thing about the supposed murder of the Bradford boy. This makes the seventh person under arrest for the crime. The girl, Ida Williams, still sticks to her story that the boy cut up and put in a sack, but refuses to tell where the body was taken. All the suspects arc kept apart, and it is thought tho girl will weaken and tell a day or twc. ______________ Toledo Couventions. TOLEDO, June Watchmakers and Jewelers' Association of Ohio opened their fourth annual meeting in the Boody House Tuesday. Wolf, of Cleveland, is president. There was a good attendance. The State Phaima- ceutical Association also commenced its annual meeting here. The sessions will continue until Thursday in Memorial Hall. On the last day they will be en- tertained by the local pharmacists and will be given an excursion on the river. of Honor Grand Lodge. DAYTOX, 0., June Grand Lodge of tho Knights of Honor com- menced in this city yesterday a two days' session. The grand trustees, Messrs J. A. Sawyer, of Cincinnati; 0. B. Clark, of Ashtabula, and 0. Hil- dreth, ot Mansfield, audited the books of tbe Grand Reporter, Lewis Wilson, of Xenia, and Grand Treasurer J. C. Plummer, of Wooster. Every thing was found correct. Forged His Kond. MrLT.r.usr.untt, 0., June has been discovered that Henry Giaque, formerly postmaster atP.erlin, this coun- ty, and who eloped with his hired girl, was also short in his accounts with tho Government, and when tho bondsmen were notified they denied ever signing, as did the justice of the peace who was alleged to have certified to its suffi- ciency. The of fiiaquearo unknown. Street Car Wrecked. CANTON, O., .Tune loaded street car was wrecked Monday nitrht by plac- ing tics across the track and strapping thorn to the rails. The obstruction was noticed in time to apply the brakes, but tbe car collided before it was fall- stepped, throwing it ;ii" track and doing serious Wjnfii'id O. Kauk was arresf-d, ch.irg'.-d v.-ith the C I'Meil I -ITT -I. TWO CENTS. LATEST NEWS ITEMS. bj- Telegraph From mil Kartk. The President has approved the ''C toms Administrative bill. Joe McAuliffe, the pugilist, and Madden, his trainer, sailed for Liver- pool recently on the steamer The statistical returns for Juno totbr Department of Agriculture an 5s- of acreage in cottoa in State. The Secretary of the Treasury hc.s''ir- atrueted :bo collector of the port at Ss Francisco to send back to China fifteca Chinamen entered the Unitri.' Sutcs. The executive committee of the West- ern Union Telegraph Company has oinmomled the dpclaiatiui'. of the regu- lar quarterly dividend of one and ftalf per cent. The committee of tho Epit- cop.'.l church having in charge tion of next gt-neral conference hac decided that it should be hold in Omahs. somo time in 1S02. Within the fortnight an appalling number of suicides have occurred Petersburg and other Russian victims of self-destruction having bw mainly of the better class. Tho Republican members of tte ato at a roue ut caucus choso ex-Repit- sentativc Valontine, of Nebraska, succeed W. P. C maday as arms of tho United States Senaty. The British bark Dianaporo at Cape Corrientes, on the coast of Argentine republic. Captain and five of his crew were drowned. survivors of the disaster reached Buertfts Ayres in safety. After making a thorough examinatia; of El Rio Roy. a veterinarian has a4- vised his owner to take El Rio Rey of training at once, and it is understate. that tho unbnaten chanxpion will shipped to California to enter the jiidl. At Pesth, Hungary. rpceiuly. a bling house which defrauded of its patrons of their winnings, upon by an infuriated mob and pletely wrecked. The proprietors -J employes had great diilijulty in ing with their lives. So'-ue of tuem badly beaten The German government is perfecliRfr plans for a wholesale prosecution of Ac- arclrists under tho existing anti-Socisfc- ist law. Tho si-home conti-mphuos beginning- of immediate :ictiun ajjaindr. this class of offenders in order to ad vantage of the prevailing law, whiafc will presently expire. Mr. Morse. oC Massachusetts, has troducej in the House a bill prohibiting tho sale uf intoxicating liquors upoft. ail grounds on which are located exhi- bition aad exposition buildings Ide- which appropriations are made by rio.: Government. The same bill was intw- duccd in the Sonato by Mr. Blair. The colonial governments of Austra- lia have all passed the necessary acJE providing1 the funds for thn by the .British government ct ships of war, to be devoted exclusively" to the defense of the Australian colo- nies. It is also proposed to establMt inter-colonial free traao throughoat Australia. gam- .HiSUIUllTIitOod PLYMOUTH, Wis., June 11. A serioTW collision occurred Monday niglit a mile south of this city on the Milwaukee. Northern railroad by which ten or more- mon were slightly injured and four seri- ously. The accident was occasioned a misunderstanding of orders THE MARKETS. Flour. Grain mnd Provision. XEW .June 10. Loaned rate4-, the lushest was 5 per cent, and Af. anil clo-inR rate 2. cVxoil tirra Posted rnJts W5HSS, actual ni'e- for

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