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THE OUTLOOK FOR THE SILVER BILL. What Members Think -- Will the President Veto It? -- Gen. Ewing Thinks Not -- The Ap- propriation Bills -- Sergeant-at-Arms French in Jeopardy -- John China- man -- Pacific Railroads -- Etc., Etc., Etc.
The Washington Post (1877-1922) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Dec 8, 1877
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The friends of the House Silver Bill have been carefully canvassing the prospect of their pet measure in both Houses, and are very confident that it cannot be beaten, even by presidential veto. The count of the Senatorial noses gives forty-three votes for some sort of a silver bill in that body.

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