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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1890, Salem, Ohio THR_SALEM DAILY NEWS. )L- II. NO. 139. SALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1890. I BRIBERY ISQUIItr. the Senate hi Favor oj Free Coinage. hes by Messrs. Mor- id Vauce the Crime of 1873. tl and Dett.-iency Ap- ,n Pinned bv the HouKe. os. June Platt yesterday t'cat im-ned'a'fly itioa ot the Silver b 11 be wuulil 0 conbUer ttu- bill for the aUmis- ling as a State. iresented tho report on it Pension bilL Aftor some ciebi.fj >nt over Bud was o-durt i prmteg 0.3 agreed I? by Ice The Silver b '.1 vr >s th n up addressed ;bf Sfi'rre. losophical review of the h-story o) metals, Mr Evarts brouu-ht the to 1ST3, at which time he s tb i on par tv. It wa s no law ol iture that bioke up that p.mtr jj and th-; wisdom of muj." been tire worl'l s 1 tied together, iheirrelntive valu< y a comparison of the labor ueede j i Sixteen days o trxnc-e. were necessary to pro He! Old as one s lubor could pro. r But in en worth in market 5H pencf-. irwitbgold. In 1S7S it hc.d In IbSl to S-J pence, and in e bottom was reached) to-12 pence, dous event in nature, he aslee'i Itbitsud'.en change; freall isorderS Nothing whatevei of Not satisno'l with th-j sxprrienceof-ht world they ha 1 periment of demonetizlni? silver, the act of 1673 as a "murder, it silver. at there might be no inlsapprehen- position, and that no one shou
ort, is fo disagreeing one. ind a further conference was or- Tncti w-.-nt into Comujittce of the o't Agricultural -T bill n ma le a brief c of the ii- b'.'.l. ;b.i-_ ,he '-r.mmittco omy in VCTT nt of CM'ufor ia. offered an amend- --nable the to ro-tmr.f the study n-nt of sl'.k worm of Tu- rommiituti th'.n bill wo? then thvrn took a until eight v'-r.i-- t forthccon j .'rora tlie Cvimmittee IHelr for _ BOSTON- June girding the alleged corrupt practices oj the West End Street Railway Company n lobbying its clevated road bif, .hroughtuo l.-gislature began Thurs- aay before tho Senate commiuee. The firs-, witness was F. E. Sanderson, who .said ne was in the wool Dusiness. Sanderson tcstilh-d that on May 22 Mm and Louis I a Iobbyi3ti al lho of the Lurton Company, and that tue Senator toM witness mat for SlO 000 apiece he could furnish ten Senators in- cluding himself, to vote in favor of granting a charter to the People's Ele- vated Railway Company. V.'ituess ar- ranged a meeting between Sonator Fas- sett and the financial men of the com- pany. He did not himself attend that meeting. J. C. Moore-, of the Manchester Union, one of the promoters of the People's olevattd railroad enterprise, testified that at the interview described by San- derson it was stated as probable that tern Senators could be captured for 000, but at another interview later in tho day Senator Fassett said he was afraid he could not hold his men, as the West End railroad people wore offering greater inducements. Witness had not offered the proposed bribe. PLEAD NOT GUI LTV. of Robbers Who Secured From the Owner of a Magazine Appear the Bar of Justice. NKW June Robert L. Wal- lace and Ignatz Lowitz were arraigned Thursday before Judge Martine to plead to indictments of larceny and burglary in the second degree. Lowitz pleaded not guilty. Wallace pleaded guilty to both Indictments. Both prisoners were remanded back to jail. Wallace and Lowitz are charged with having robbed John n. Wallace, the owner of Wal- lace's Monthly, of in money and bonds. They fieri .to Havana, where they were captured nd brought back. Wal- lace, who is but i.venty years of age, at- tributes his downfall entirely to Lowitz. On being taken back to prison Wallace had an interview with his counsel, ex- Judge Gildersloeve, which resulted ia his rearraignment. Wallace then said that he while laboring under grent excitement; and did not know what he was doing. His former plea was then withdrawn and one of not guilty entered. BASJ; Created in St. Louis by a Raving Maniac. Bowie Knife in Hand He Takfg of the West End. June Tho foundered ton miles Austin on Saturday All -a-cre saved ex- of r.tsffalo. the 1 Hyan Hay tow- Journoyman. ythr linos parted from tho i that ai-M tho .Earner be- eainod fast and V. the the cx- Kcsulti of Events on the NATIONAL LEAGUE. At 3, Chicago IB. At 0, Cincin- nati 3. At York 6, Brooklyn 12. At AMERICAN ASSOCIATION'. At 0, Louisville 1 inning-s. At St. l.i, St Louis5. All other games PI.AVEU5' At 11, Cleveland 0. At York 7, Brooklyn 5. All other games I'alU UN TTIth PuMic Moncv. Bvi.TiMi'TiE, Juno committee of the Maryland appointed to investigate Staco Treasurer Archer's defalcation has its report. It gives the total amount, of tho defalca- tions as the disposition of all of which, except SKi.OOO in bonds, has been sccouniO'l for. No evidence was received tbat Archer gambled. The committee says tho I.nds were usfd by him to pay off personal in- dfbtedm-ss incurred 03" him many years under water and with a looked for in., -lias" P-a- df- ja the llritndr Srliipd. A. -Ttine the heiffht of Wednesday thunder storm. Lamonci. of the custom whiiv brat at Point Breeze, discovered an attempt to smug- pie 400 bottles of brandy from the Ger- man steamship Energio. The vessel lies loaded with oil. al! rf.idy for sea. but ia provcnted from sailing the customs authorities. The seizure is the heaviest snad? on thf rivr fr'-nt. in many roars, and tnafl" othors will likely follow. M..NTKEAI. Q-! :h -1-in" to con'id- f-iiiT or C. Half, who ;3 undT th" jshiMitinr
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