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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. OL. II. NO. 141. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY JUNE 16. TWO CENTS. JT IN CONG Botfc Bnutehett the Present Week. i the Silver fill to be Cou- rt to Admit tyomiu? Will Follow. lectloa to Taken Cp Befure National Btttik- U1L rGTOX, June silver lich has been prolonged for so will come to an end to-day, ebate on the bill ends at three id then debate continues under minute rule until a vote is The pending measure is the 1, as amended in the Senate on Finance. It will then go jrence, the chief point of dif- etween the two houses being- isition to make the silver cer- egal tender and to make them ile in bullion at the option of stary of the Treasury on de- ,he owner. The matter is not be disposed of finally for some the Silver bill. Mr. arranged to call up the bill [mission of Wyoming into the id after that the Idaho admis- Allison, chairman of the Com- i Appropriations, has promised ill not antagonize these bills of the appropriation bills. It tention of the Democrats to )mnibus bill (including Idaho, ind New Mexico) as a substi- he Wyoming bill, and the de- be on that measure. Mr. Platl ent the report of the committee )f the bills and make no f urthei t. In this event the debate OD tills is likely to be brief and be disposed of on Thursday. chairman of the Committee erce. will have the River and Appropriation bill before p that time, and he has the as- hat Mr. Allison and Mr. Al- LI not call up the tariff bill ill by that time have been re ntil the River and Harbor bill the way. r Momll's Agricultural Col- is down for consideration f. It may be crowded out by er measure. The Legislative ation bill is on the calendai y to be called up at any minute, the end of the week the House iably have passed the new Fed tion bill agreed upon by tha an caucus. The bill will prob- ntroduced in the House to-day the Committee on the Elec 'resident and Vice President a purely perfunctory report OD tuse will take it up for consid ty the contested election case oi 3 (Republican) against Morgan from Mississippi, will and speedily disposed of, as the s Committee has decided ir Morgan, the sitting member. ional Bankruptcy bill will alsc up during the week. WASHIXGTOX, June party of Washington correspondents wens the of Secretary Tracy on a trip down the Potomac Saturday afternoon n the pbe3omea.il torpedo boat Caah- At p. m. the cigar-shaped Htle vessel steamed away from the navy yard. After passing Alexandria, ihe speed was gradually increase! until Fort Washingtoa, a mile be- iween two buoys was teade in two minutes and three seconds, seven sec- nds faster than the previous record of ihe flying v raft. The crowds on the excursion steamers md at the various river landings and (xcursion resorts watched the Gushing >ass with unconcealed wonder, and "asvest boats on the river were over- aken in an inconceivably short time. Opposite Mount Vernon the boat was >ut through a series of maneuvres which were full of interest. The breeze created by the vessel in cleaving the air was equal to a gale. FAMOUS GAMRLEB DEAD. Noted Devotee of In UU After a Lone HU Wla- Ahead for Settlers. DODGE, la., June Des iver land case was decided Sat j Judge Shiras. The opinion riisses the case of the Govern xinst the River Laad Company firms the company's title d section of land for five mile; r side of the Dos Moines river ir ifuch of the land has been sold rs by the company on warrant} id they will not be disturbed undred settlers who got theit from the Land Office, and whc 200.000 acres, must move off is expected. Suicide of a Maniac. is, Neb., June an inmate of the insane asylum, ed suicide at an early hour Sun ming. He was confined in oom, but succeeded in tearing e heavy wire screen which pro windows and breaking them niece of glass lie inflicted fright- cs on his throat, causing altnos leath. Hanson tad been an in the asylum but a few days. Waat to HfGTox, June sed that John L. Sullivan sboul ed to giro a sparring exhibi he gymnasium of the Columbia Club. Many members protests allowing John L. the pritilejfes wb. ani tbe result was a meet rdar night which it was de a good majority that prize 'could not be permitted to cjcb building. BEAT HEK OWN BECOK1X Trip by Sew Tor- MATERIAL Ky., June Robert J. ?emberton, at one time one of the most noted gamblers in the South and West, died here Saturday, aged seventy-one rears. At one time his fortune was estimated at Much of this ha .ost, but his estate will reach nearly His great winnings were made on the iteamboats before the war. one trip !rom New Orleans to St. Louis netting him Pemberton won 830.000 on the Aris- ides Derby, and the night after thehis- ioric race was the winner of a jack-pot. For many years after the war ran gambling houses in Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapolis, though his most extensive operations were always n this city. He leaves no family. A DELUGB OF KAIN. A Terrilh- Storm Clnc.nnati, Do'ng Much to Property. J une A terrific thun- der storm passed over this city between ;welve and one o'clock Sunday, doing considerable damage, especially to the macadamised streets The of rain was 1.30 inches
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