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An Ohio Bribery Investigation

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OoLi'Miir-s O., March 2(5.- In the Senate this morning Senator Putnam roso tb a oiustion of privilege, and read severa) ciUtüiiíil articles from the Cinclnnatl ercial of Marcli 21, wbieh intimated that money had been ii-vl araong tors to prevent the passage of the Liittlo Lottery Bill. After a few remarka Mr. Putnam oflered a resol ut ion for the appointment of a special cominittee to investígate tho ohargea of bribery made by the Cinoinnati Commercial aguinst membera of the Kenate in connection with thig bill, and that that eommittee sit with open doors. After ameuding the resolution so as to include au investigation of the cbargea made by the Cinoin nati l'lnqiúrer in relation to oertain Sena' tor, the resolution v:i dopte4, Messrs. Putnam, Updsgraff, itrlbk and Gardner wero appointed s:iid investiga tion oommittee. Senatoï Schift' ro,-e to a question of privilege, aud, after reading seven aiticles from the Cin:nnati Knquiri deolared them to beseven diabolieal lies. Agassiz ia ddsöribfld as follows : "Ilis figure ie portly; his voioe is t'ull and rich ; his smüe is goniality itself, He Biniles not with his lij-; alune, but witli his meiry brown eyes, with his whola kind, exprcSsive beaming


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