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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 27 January 1890

ABHINGTON 0 22B YEAR NO. 0,697. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY HVKNINU, JANUARY 27, 1800. rraoE two cents. The EITIC NEWS OFTHE WOrtLD III BRIEF. Loral, In the pnst three weeks 173 peoplo havo led In tlio District from lung (llscnso alone. hjuuico Cox has decided to appoint n ro tor lor uio Uicsapcako and Onto Uanai. asltlngtoii businessmen, Interviewed by im-rie stnu. spcaK nnppiiy ot iraue. fesrs lloliert Kcvlllo mid Itarvoy Vi'fe ! iiicirniintcrs nt ivy uiy mis aiter- he trial ot James Henry for hilling lueri rincKiicy was uegun mis nicer- n. innss-mecllnir nt tho Sfetronolltnn Zlon Trcll will consider the lllalr Ldticatlonal to-night. lie Washington Hides cntcitalncd this I era of the Second Itcirlnicnt. X. n. I) lat supper last night. Ir. I . II. ltoscoo sne-ko to n larcro audi- loot Wlllnrd Hall last night on "Home us lnnucncoou l.nrlli and in t lie an r t rid." be Republican Nntlonal Central Com tee leaders are rcnortcl to havo turned Ir backs on New VorU In tho WorldM r contest. h...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 27 January 1890

THE WASHINGTON' (TOTIC, MONDAY EVENING? KRY 27,, 1890. WASHLNGTON C1HTT 11 iwkijnp, Cowhn & 11uski;tt. 43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, t). O. THE SUNDAY CNITU'. Mnglceopy ttConti One year $J,W THE EVENING CHITIC. fcliifleCopy '.'fonts By Carrier, per month..... liOnti By mall, postage pnld, ono year Jia) By mall, postage pn'd, six months 3 00 St Malt, pottage paid, por month. ...SO Oonts Mall subscriptions Invariably in advance. Address THE CHITIC, Washington, P. C. TVASHIKQTON, JANUAUY 87, 18D0 ro-xwirrsAMUSEMEXTs. AibaugVi, Flttccnlh ami E streets Fanny Davenport lu "La Tosca." National, Pennsylvania avenue, near Fourteenth street Francis Wilson In "The Oolab." Jlijou, Ninth street and Louisiana ave tuic "The Fakir." Jktruan'i, Eleventh and C streets Mentz Kanlley Burlcsquo Comnauy. (VJpftrenngylvaiilji avcnue,ncar Eleventh etretl Variety. .1 Oil A XG E. YVlnitcier lepulatlon, glorious or lhcrwite, the CAriTAij-Citrrri! has earned In the pnst should go into ro tiiement with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 27 January 1890

, ,THB WASHINGTON ClttSTC, HONDAY EVENING, JANUAHY 7, 1.890. Jc M J" hf b 'I MM n )'',AN'L V HUNDREDS O! rn)r-i IN SOUTH DAKOTA ST" ,NG. A 1'ltltnl Story Tlmt Comnn From Huron rrofinlnc Need for Keller. Stock Will file by tlio TliotMiwda I'nlcwt Help Comes. OmOAOo, Jnn. 27. A. special from Huron, S. I)., to tho Tribune says: "There nre hundreds of people sitting In tho fnrm houses on these snow-covered plnlnsgoing mad from want." Tho Tribune' correspondent visited many farmers nenr Huron, ahd reports that thero Is piesslng need for relief, as star vation Is stating hundreds 'of poor In the face. One farmer, who expressed tho belief that ho was much bettor off than many others, snld! "Wo have something to eat hominy and a little pork. It won't last long, and wo havo to bo careful of the coal, but tho worst la tho stock. Wo haven't got a thing to feed tho horses and cattle. Can't sell them, can't feed them. Stock is going to dio by tho thousands unless wc get something for thorn to ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 27 January 1890

THE -WASHINGTON CTttTI(,t MONDAY EVENIXU, JANUAHY 27, 1890. pp if-i. W r .A P f WAKT TO PLAY BALI,. HOW PftESIDENT YOUNG SECURED FRESH LEAGUE MATERIAL. 1.1st nf IhoTlirco lliimlioil Mnn Which Jin Will VrOHiint Ht tho 1'ortlK'iiiii. Inc Mcfltlnc In TnVo the l'laces nr i the Rebels. "When llio llrst Intimation of danger fioin tho lliolhothoori organization , wis gtvcu," said President Young ' to n Critic uutn to-tlny, "the l.cnftuo tct about iitotucttug Itself by uuleavorinj; to secure new material to lake tlie pln.ee of the dlsairectcd ball- ' jilnyus. "Willi this end In vlow, agents I of Die League were sent to all patts of llio ctjtinliv In qutst of young players or , iiuuvuio hart lilllrurtu com lined their Moik lo minor leiigues. For fear that this might not have tho desired effect, authority was conferred upon me to picpaie a cliculm- to distribute through" out the United Stales addressed to players who might bu leeommended by club mnnnners and others as capable of Mieuuthcntiig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 January 1890

The Washington 0 JKXJLAC'. 22T YEAIl NO. HEWS OFTHE WORLD IN BRIEF. I.ncitl, 1 i-ottat Ijonils will not be taken In tlio I l,i e i ourtntiy more. Moth on tlio Washington Jockey Club tiutk began this morning. The llrooklatid llulhllng Association ' ted olllccrs wij director! Inst nllit. IIkuiiiiIi llrucc, coloroil, died nt 103 nt Imiicmo near tlio Jail yestorday aftcr- 1 1 1 ii. loloucl Whitfield denies that tlio women 0 mall bag repair shop suffer hard- m H C'liillii llni; Interests may prevent tin iiiiliiirS,f tlio Georgetown nud (lettys lurgionil. number of couiiclline.il or Cleveland, n a tour or tlio Eastern cities, will shortly yimI Washington. Kivr. lary l'roctor ban decided to pur e ' an tiir sword or tlio Jato Oonorol James H Uds fur i10,000. '11 r Itnllans resident in tlio city met and r i led n meago ot condolence to King Iliimbcitlastiilgbt. Tie l'scr Nevillo lmlf-mlle race yestcr 1nr nft.nioou wn caMly won by t ho for ti.i rV Uvrro In fit tcconds. hie President r.d Cabin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 January 1890

T1IE WASHINGTON CTUTIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JANXJABT 28,1890. m i '! w lit.. T. i-rS w WASUINC.TO.N CRITIC Hawkish, Cnwr.N it llroMivrr. -43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). 0. TIIK Sl'NUAY CHITIC. Single copy 5 Coats One year l. TIIK BVKNINU flHTIC. Klnrlo I'opr a Cunts ll Carrier, ror montli KC'onts By mall, postage pnid, ono year V0) By mall, postage pu'd, six montln 3.00 lijMull, postago paid, por month....) Cunts Unit subscriptions Invariably in ndviinoe. Addross TIIK CRITIC. Washington, 1). 0. WASHINGTON, JANUARY 2H, 1800 TO-N'KHIT'S AMUSEMENTS. Mhaugtit, Fifteenth nnd V, streets Pnnny Davenport In "I.n Toscn." National, Pennsylvania avenue, iicnr Fourteenth street Francis Wilson In "Tlio Oolcvlu" lltjmt, Ninth street ami Louisiana ave nue "Tho Fakir." Afinrtii', Eleventh and C streets--Kent Santloy Burlesque-Company. r7f()fc,l'oiinsyivaiili avvmie,near Eleventh street Variety. 0001) MEX, BE HUM AXE. I'lio exposure of tlio methods In vogue nt tlio mail-bag repair shops of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 January 1890

THE WAPHINCTON CRITIC, TUESDAY KVBNIKO, JANUARX 8, 1890. ON A BUSINESS BASIS. HOW COLONEL WHITFIELD CON DUCTS THE REPAIR SHOP. lie llcclnrm It U Nat a IIurdilil to Iluvo to Himv r.irtv lluus a t)uy Tim Women Indorse tlm .iCiltluV Arll i Io of YeMordny. A group of llio vvorkcis In tlio mall hog ropalr shop weio eagerly discussing tlio article in j ester-day's CniTio de scribing tlitf stato of nffalrs In that branch of tlio Government's depart ment. One had seen Tim Oiutio's ar ttcld and hail shown It to the others, and tho demand for Oiiitks from tho news boys went up at once soVen hundred per cent. The women rejoiced, and yet sonio wcro fearful. They wcro afraid of being charged with Inciting tho expose. That meant to them sum. mary dismissal. For a long ttmo they have wondered why the ovll had not been "written up." but no ono had had the courago to attempt to Interest any newspaper In tho matter. Their frlonds wcro awaro of tho state of affairs, but could do nothing. It was with g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 January 1890

Tine TTAflmNOTOV rPJTTf TUESDAY EYEtfltfO. JAHUAHY 28, 1890. t,r ,w . I in fr. '.T. ly f K at W a HE MADE NO PROMISES. CONGHESSMAN LEHLBACH DENIES THE CHANGES AGAINST HIM. It U Claimed Thill llo Sold Hit I'rU llrco or Sidritlnc tlio I'o-itiiuistur lit J.'mt Oriuigc, N. .1., tn u Lending tto. publican, I nst Rumiuy llio New York Time published a long article, giving n cir cumstantial account of 11 spill nniong thr Itcpublirnns of Knst Oritngo over (lie tioslolHcc. Tlio olllcc is one of tho M'cnnil clous, llio salary icndilng thu linnthoinc ligutc of $J,000 per nunuiii. Tlio ptcscnt incumbent U a young lady, bv name Miss Mary K. Simoiisoti, who was cillelcut us an olllclal untl ngtccalilu to the public to do business with. I utlcr her control the salary of tlio cilice had gone tip from $1,000 to its present fat figure. The fact that Jvast Orange Is really but a suburb of Now York City and It3 population is ehielly made up of rich and well-to-do Qotbaui lies of aristocratic tendencies ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 29 January 1890

The Washington 0 RITIO. 22D YEAPv NO. 0,699. WASHINGTON, D. 0 WEDNESDAY KVKNIN(4, JANUARY' 120, 1890. l'KTCE TWO GENTS. MEWS OPTIIE WORLD IMBHinr. I.nrnl, 'Mure woro flftj-ono arrests b ttio police during llio jsst twenty-four burs. 'J he present City l'ostofllco btilliltiiir has bcui leased for two years at 5-'',000 n yonr. C linrlcs 1'otlit was run over by ncotipo ontltc Acnuolrtt night ami his nose was Iroken Vinnk Oolncs, colored, dropped ilcadyo Hi tiny wlillo nt work on the canal, above the Irto Ilrldgo. A cnb driver tried to obtain a warrant tl Is moraine for General llutlur's arrest for lot pa lug I1I3 cab litre. The Into E. D. tlnnunn was burled this nfuriioon at 2 o'clock, services bolug held lit Otirlcy Mcmurlul Church. Mrs. Mary H. Kail, widely known as n poetess of much merit, died early yestcrdnv morning at Garfield Hospital. Twenty acris of land near Tennnllytown liavo been sohl by Auctioneer Dowlfng to C. M, llnrrlck for $401 un ncro. James D Dudley, chfirooil with s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 29 January 1890

TIIE WASTHNUTO CMTUJ,. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JMTOAKY 29,1800. i I V i i? b r i t ; pi u 3 WASHINGTON riUTIC Hvvaiu, Covvr.N it llL'Kr.rr. Si3 D STREET NORTHWEST, IV ASIti.NftTOS, 1). C. TUB St'NIlAY CIIITir. Bhiglocopy B Punts Ono yenr Si.w TIIK KVKKIXO CIIITIU Klllglc Copy ... a cents llyCarrlor. per month S3 Hants llyiriall, postage paid, ono your J.VOI Hymnl), postage pn'il, six mouths .10J lly Haiti postage paid, pur month... .Si Conn Mall subscriptions Inv nrlably m advance. Address TlinCHITIC. I Washington, I). . washington, januaiiy 2!), 1800 to-night's amusements. Albmiyh't, l'lftccntli and 1 streets - Fanny Davenport In "J.a Tosca." Xutlonul, Pennsylvania avenue, near Fourteenth street Francis Wilson In "Tho OoJflh." Ilijmi, Ninth street mid Louisiana ave nue "The Fakir." ArrnmiV, Eleventh und C streets Itcntz Son t ley Burlc6quo Cointinny. rV(i6r,l'cmislvaiiliaTcnuc,iicar Eleventh street Variety. In iikii in nitv to set Into the Union, Montana seems to hnvo shut the door upon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 29 January 1890

THE WASHINGTON OTITIC, WEDNKHDU KVKNTNO, JANUARY 29, 1800. INEWS OF TUB V.0I1L1). PLENTY OP FOOD AND FUfJ. FOrt DAKOTA SUFFERERS. i I lili'o or llio Monnn Wri-rh -,MlllilirV j AniHMCil Murilnr In CiuiihI i imil . Tor Hull' it Million I.) nehon In Kiiiimi. London, .Inn. !20 Tlio larnc number i of cipher telegrams pnssing ucrnlly be tween M. Dro7, Swiss Minister of Kor- ' elgn Affaiia, nnil lliu Bwlss Mlulatur In ' London lins aroused curiosity and con jccluio. The solution which gains most j credence Is Unit negotiations mo to bo opened inllnghmd fnra loin of unusual i Infirt ulltliln In Hi Rrt'Ua itriirnmnnf Tlio Hclvctlnu republic has iirowu alarmed by n consideration or Its finan cial filiation, which show It to bu a the mcic.yof Its created creditor nnd most dreaded neighbor, um German empire. The Swlis ralhvnys mo vlrlunlly owned by German banker!', who, prob ably by llio Instigation of lli-isi- at tho bend of affairs, ndvanco tin1 money for their construction at suplclifusly lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 29 January 1890

THE VASTITNdTON rvTK WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANFATIY 20, 1890. tsTK" fS-j v POPULAR MEN IN TOWN. rAMIUAR FACES OF THE NATION AT THE BIO HOTELS. tolouol TaUonl .Sivingitic Mi it lor (iooil Thine Colonol L'nlt'i lUputlu Hun Mlchlgnn XVIro-l'iillsN Hhlp. otinot Ily Ilin lioytt utifl Toiireoih Hon JainoslloydbolUr known m ".Tim" Is l.oro from South Carolina He lives, whou nl Lome, In Oicetis lioro, llio town ilescrlbotl by Tourgec In Ills "Fool's Errand" ns "Yctiktis luinr " Ono o' tlio characters in this nmc novel Is 'Jim" Uoyil, although lie I described under nnollier name The Lord was generous of runlet lut when ho made "Jim" Iloyil and he has sis feet and two lui-lies ot hunnn material about bis person. IIu is hero in o lawyer, but bo wauled, on arrival n March, to bo appointed United States District Attorney for bis Plate and failed to convince the Indiana l'rcsidcut sufficiently. Abnor McKlnlcj of New York was taking with aonio friends in the Kubltt ' the other night and was not at al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 30 January 1890

The Washington Critic 22D YEAR NO. 0,700. WASHINGTON, D. O., THURSDAY EVKXING, JANUARY JJO, 1890. P1UOJE TWO CENTS. kV NEWS OF THE WOULD IN unicr. Lncnl. llioflut session of the Sabbath Hoform I ontcntloit Mill bo licltl to-night. Tlio Democratic Senators held ft caucus jcMcrday nttcrnoon nnU tllscusstl the party pollej 'i lie Vlro I iidcrwritcrs of tlio District mid their friends bannucttcd at tlio Arling ton last night. Monslgnor Solirocdcr lectured on "The Itlghls of Mim and tlio Statn" nt the Catho lic I nluKlly yesterday aftornoon. Kato Close was assaulted by n nctrro on tlio Anacostla Bridge yesterday, lie cut bcr face, Inflicting serious wounds. Tho old board of managers of tlio City Orphan Asjlutn has been re-elected. Tlio Institution is badly in need of funds, General Hccrolary and Mrs. Pugh of the 1 . At, C. A. w oro given ft cordial wcloomo last evening by tho friends of the associa tion. Hon. Marlon Itroslus addressed thot'enn sjltaiilaltcpubllcau Association last night ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 30 January 1890

TW TnE WAHIflNwrON riUTIC, THURSDAY KVEXING, JANUARY 30,1890. lit. ft w u u ': IE , ,1 i' ' !!T" l! WAsmwrox cmtiv IlAVVKINt, I'llVW.N & HlINKl'.TI'. S-H3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). 0. THE SUNDAY CKITir. Elnglocopy louts One year 3J. T1IK EVBNIXH CHlTIf'. ElngloCopy S Cunts Bt Carrier, per tnontli 13 Cents Tlj mall, postago paid, onn yonr SA.no By mall, postngo paid, six months 3 00 By mall, postago paid, per monlli.... 50 Cents Mall subscriptions Invariably in advance. Address THE CIIITIC, Washington, 1) O. To-Mum'1 Avipshvikms, Amiai oil's Fanny Davenport In "La Tosea " National-Francis Wilson In "Tho OoIhIi." Buob "Tlio raVlr." HEnsXNV-ltcntz-Salitloyllurlosquo Company Ouwr, Varlqly. "WASHINGTON, .TANUAKY i!0, 1806 Tub Holke really ought to Imvo u Ket of mlcs. Suppose Speaker Hood should happen to bo absent some day 7 What Is Iho dllTcrenco between I-ornkcr and tho Dcluwuic pencil nop? None whatever, Tho penuh ciopisu dead failure. l'ntir.sTJiiAXs In Washington lmvo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 30 January 1890

Ttm WASHINGTON OBIIO, THUJRBDAY KVENTNG, JANUAltV :;(), 1H0O. DESTITUTION DEMEl). DAKOTA CITIZENS INDIGNANT ADOUT FALSE REPORTS. I I i i j heltlern Ifmo 11 l'nlr Supply f fi-fil mill Fuel -Joint IlcnohitloiiH hi ilm Iclluttirn Denouncing Hugos '"' 'grniiifi. Chicago, Jim. 110. Governor MeU lclto of South Dakota. V. II. Smith, a member of tlio lower house of tho Leg islature of Hint State, ami Iliirrv Hunter, memhor of tho Bcnntc, arrived in this city yesterday morning. Tlmy rtro incinucH of tho special committee appointed to nrnttifto for Hulling Seed wheat for fnrmcia In the ilroilirht striclten dlstilct. When nsked nlmu tho stories of destitution and sufferiii; inc in South Dakotn, Governor Mellette paid: "Tlicic is poverty in South Dikutu hut no destitution, and there will be none as loni; as any of us liaYu nnvllilnu; to give. I venture to say that there id not a family positively In need of food or fitcl in tho whole of tho South D.ikota district which has suffered hv drought. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 30 January 1890

"i,,flwr-,7p li THE TVASTrTNOTON CTJTTC, TmT"RSDAY E VEXING, JAXtfAIlY 30, 1890. S k m l t rt I- w fe rrf V K" ! ,. . 110W TO BECOME STRONG LITTLE THINGS THAT HAVE A POW ERFUL INFLUENCE. 1 uncles May llo Mctelotiail iui'1 the Wlitilo lloily Strengthened lij I'ropor , IMnttiuda or Ilruntliliig, Mtiintllnir mill I Wiil'dnc 1 Acliort, slender young nmn walked Into Hie New York Sun olllcc the other ily nnil said hu wnntctl to talk to some bcily about Syntllsmlolotrr. Ho pro ne iinecd this rcmnrkablo word without npi'nrcnt effort, mid after ho hnd writ- i ten it out so tlint thu r porter could sec ' it lie leaned against the wall and said It n, c nut n system of muscular develop- ' inejil. The- young man had Invented the system and tlio woid to immo It also. At-coiding to Ills theories u great mini hcrof peoplu arc making mistakes in i exercising In gymnasiums nnd undcrtnl- , ins ntliletlo training generally for the wake of health. Further, every mill lift's a rapacity for muscular stren...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 31 January 1890

The Washington Okitio. 22D YEAH NO. 0,701. WASHINGTON, D. C, F11IDAY ICVIOXINU, JANUAKY , 1890. PKICE TWO CENTS. MEWS OFTHE WORLD IN BRIEF. Lncnl. Senator Ingalls has Introduced a Mil In the Senate providing fornbonril of medical cviimmcrs, consisting of ten pliyslrUns, tlircc dental mirgcousnml five homeopathic prnetltloncrit, whoso term of ofllco snail bo for four jears, nuil whoso ilntlcs It shall bo to (Ictcrmttto who shall practice medicine. In tlio District. At n meeting ot tho Medi cal Society lost night the subject was dis missed fl 1th great Interest, oomo favoring tlio measure and some being bitterly op posed, Tlio Central Dtireau of Relief met last night at Its headquarter., U20 1'eunsylvaula menuc. Arrangements for the coloicd men's convention, to be held tho 3d pro., were completed. It Is expected that COO delegates will attend and that It will bo tho largest convention of colored men over held In I ho United States. A complimentary literary anil muslea' entertainment w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 31 January 1890

TIIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY KVEXING, JUAIiY 31,1890. I. v if hi m If 15 ;i. w ia V A AvSlII.NC'rOiN CIUTIC Hawkins, Cowkn it Ursuivrr. 3 D STUEKT NORTHWE3T, WASIIINTITON, 1). C. TIIK SUNDAY Cltt'l'IC. filnelo copy 51'onti Oiio jear $!. TllK EVENING CHITir. (Single Copr '.'Cunts Jly Cnrr cr, or month IjUcnts Jly mall, postago paid, ono roar J1.00 Iljr anil, postago pa'd, six montlu n.PO By mall, iostngo nald, per month....) Cents Hall subscriptions Invariably in adv.meo. Acldrcs TUB CKITIO, Wn-hlngtun, I). 0. To-Niuiit'h Ami'ibmcn rn, Ai iut'iii Kanny Davenport In "I-n. Town." Natiovaii Vranrls Wilson In "The Oohih." Jlnor "Tho 1'Hklr." Kk.'hnan'o HontZ'Santloy Uiirlosquo Company Ukuic Variety. "WASHINGTON, .IANUAUY 31, 1800 Thkhk Alii: no Mugwumps any more. They are all devotee of Urover Clove' laml. TllK man who doesn't see tkt Air. Cannon's committee Is going to lie tins limy one of this Congress; ought to con sult n political ocetillst about his Im paired foresight. Wiihn The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 31 January 1890

t Tflpwr l:nE warhinoton otitic, trid ay evening, JANUAJIY 1 1SD0. SYRACUSE IS ADMITTED. IMPORTANT MEETING OF AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. THE lllnolOjn Trim to Hpottrn ( I'lacn ( iiplitlli AtiMin flttpn l! II(iin-TH t.uiRiio AVI II Do UiiiiMril nf Only Ten U.iths. Kuvv Youk, .Inn at. Uwr. nn tier A lie, "Wliltaltct aid IMiulps, i())iiirlblngt)iollnnnco commltlouof tho .American Association, licld mi Import ant session nt llio Grand Ccmtrnl f Jotcl lost evening. Air. G. K. Prn7tri, rop icscntlng thu Syracuse Club, was phi sunt anil fixed tho status of Ills team tn thu Association by fllllnR his Howl for flO.OOO, thereby malting Syracuse ft mcmbir In good llnanclnl Standing. The conimltlcc discussed tho advlsa blllty of ndmlttlng a club from Itrook lyn, or rather from Brooklyn's suliurlH, n't.lio irroposed dub wjll play Its (raws on tl;o lHdficwood grounds, which nro In Queens County. Air. James C. Kennedy, representing tho club, stated to llio cnmmltti-o that1 he had obtained an option on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 31 January 1890

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Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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