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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< made a prop- osition to withdraw his bill from thn Legislature if tho Democratic Stata Committee will order a Domwrutic pri- mary election on tne v.-uhin tho next sixty days and the Governor will prc'nise to convene the Lesrislaturo in extra session in tne event that a major- ity votes for tho lottery. The antis, however, declin" the r-roposition and will kill the bill in tho Legislature. Struggle for Life Inside tbe Walls of a Coffin. Appallta? Fate of a Chicago Man Wbo After Being: Pronouiiced Dead Yet Lived. CKS' HO3IB. International Cnion Uis- for Its Maintenance. Aldrrman Killed I'V Juno 'c-arson. of the boodle- board of fatally injured Monday night run over by the express from ity on tho Eric railro.vl. Since has be'.-n on :v_: with his family at 'nday night he yot on thf 1 s-'-ing his mistake attempted a rnoving train for tho wilh vr Ga., Juno national convention of the Typographical Union yesterday received the report of the spO- cial committee on tbe proposed home at Colorado .Springs. The committee favor the use of the Childs-Drexel fund for that purpo-e. The plan provides for a board of fifteen trustees, of which the present Childs-Drexel fund trustees shall form part, the othors to be elected. A per capita tax of one dollar yearly is to be levied for thesupportof the home. The convention was unanimous concern- ing the general plan, tho only difference being on matters of detail. The home will probably cost Grand Trotting Circuit Schedule. N. Y., June board of ste'vards of the grand trotting circuit met here Tuesday and arranged tho schedule for tho coming season. After discussing thoroughly the Nelson- Noblc alleged job, the board ruled off of ali circuit tracks the horses Aicryon and Nelson, together with their owners. Pittsburgh was admitted to the associ- ation. Utica was dropped from member- ship in tho circuit. Purses amounting to will be distributed at the various meetings this year. The fir-t meeting will beheld at Pittsburgh from His Efl'orrs to Secure Kelease From the Frightful 1'rUou Trove Cnavalllni; After a Struggle la the lie Kxpiren. CHICACO. afternoon paper prints the following and gives a three- column account with details that seem to affirm its truth. Last Saturday the funeral of John Buske, who died sud- denly, was held at his residence, and after the services the body was carried to the cemetery. While the body was lying in the casket the friends had re- marKed the life-like appearance of Tlw? face, but the doctor had pronounced the man dead and the sorrowing relatives did not feel liko going contrary to ths doctor's opinions. When the cortege reached the ceme- tery some one suggested that the coffin should be opened, but this was voted down, notwithstanding that the tapping the inside of the coffin indicated that there was life there. As the body was being lowered into the grave the tapping became more pronounced, but the people had assembled for a funeral, and it had to take place. The coffin was dropped into the grave, the earth fell on tho casket and in a short time the little mound covered tho it for a time merely, for on Monday the grave was opened, the coffin removed, and an examination of the body showed that the victim had been murdered through the carelessness of the fatiendants. Buske's body was twisted, his features distorted and his finger nails imbedded in the flesh. There was every indication that a hor- rible struggle h-d taken place. Acrwl on a TrnMon Kill. -Tune 11. The confer- ee? of the and tho House on tho general pension bills have reached an agreement. The conferees ?a- ceded from stand for tho service pension -.voile the
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