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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 February 1890

The Washington Critic 22D YEAH NO. 6,702. WASHINGTON, D. O.. SATURDAY J.YTCNINGI, FEJSKUAI-Y 1, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. NEWS OF THE WOULD IN BRIEF. I.ornt. At a meeting of the Master Plumber' Protective Association held nl Eight and D sheets last evening, tho proposod plumb li'g bill now before Congress was strongly condemned. Thoy object to belusc ex mnlned by otber tliau practical plumbers anil ciiy tbat tbo bill gives powors too arbitrary to tbo Inspector of plumblug. A com mittee of flvo was appoltitcil to call on tlio Commissioners anil urgothem to report ad versely on tbo bill. Hugh Garland Mccm ot Mount Jackson, o., died yesterday morning of typhoid ltvcr at Mount Savage, Mil. Ho was a jounc man ot great promise, whoso daring ( xploit of rescuing forty-ouo minora from a Hooded coal mine, of which ho was engineer, frst brought htm Into public notice He ( nmo from a fine family and leaves a cousin n this city, Mrs. William U. Poachy, of Dupont Olrclo besides many connections Nor...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON CIUTIO, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1,, 1800. "WASHINGTON CRITIC ,. . . Hawkins, Cowkn & Dusiovrr. 913 D STREET NORTHWEST, WAS1UNUT0N, D. C. T11K SUNDAY CHITIO. fclnglocopy scents One Tear S.'.'O THK EVENING CMT1C. RlDRloCopy S Cents Br Carrier, per raontl 33(.'onti lly mall, postage paid, onoyoar. $3.0J Xymall, poslairo paid, six months 3.00 JJy mall, postage. paid, per month. ...50 Cents Mall subscriptions Invariably In advance. Addro THK CRITIC, Washington, D, C. To-Nhuit's Amusements. Ai mmiiV Fanny Davenport In ''La Tojea " Nationaj,-Francis Wilson In "Tho Oolah." Bijou "Too Fakir." Kr.nNAN'8-Itcntz-Santley llnrlesque Company Gi one Variety. "WASHINGTON, FEIIRUAUY 1, 1800. The HoCe CiiawAin prays that tlio members may hnvo wisdom. There is such a thing as religions irony. GnonoK William Cuiitis has, with wit paiticipation in a competitive exam ination, been appointed ohanccllor of Hie New York State University, Gehonimq, thk bloodthirsty Apache of years ago, i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 February 1890

Ttl'E WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, TEBTtlTATtY 1, 1890. : CHOLERA THREATENS. EUROPE SAID TO BE IN DANGER OF AN EPIDEMIC. Miirtlliig Reports or tlio ltuvngcs or tlio Dticaoo in Fersln Whnt tho Kngllnh Medical .lmirnnta Say About tho l'rrll. London, Fob. 1. Tho 1'ncllsU med ical journals linrdly notice tlio rcporU of tho ravages of cholera in Pcrsin, or, If they do lefer to them, speak of tho probability that they arc greatly exag gerated and that tho drend disease Is not at all likely to spread boyond tho limits to which It Is at present confined. The public remember, howover, that tho same exponents of science lldlculcd the Influenza, pronounced It largely the lesult of an excited Imagination" among the Ignorant peasantry 0f Russia and confidently announced that if it should make Its appearnnco In Western Eu ropoit would prove, but a trifling com plaint when treated by skilled phys icians of enlightened communities. An English medical light, whoso articles' In tho Lancet and...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 February 1890

VffBf - - TITE WASHINGTON CIUTIC, SATFUDAY EVENING, EEBTTOABY 1, 1890. j '4 ,j l"i !' I rr tf1 HUE QUIET OF SUNDAY. CLERGYMEN BOUND TO HAVE IT PRESERVED. Cluiriliinon Who Object In tliu Ninrn boys Crying 1'liotr Wnrai unit to tli ii l'orformtinro of Any T.iilmr mi tho First l)y of llio Weok. The closing session of Uio Sabbath llcform Convention win well nltcmlcd lit llio Foundry M. K. Churcb last even Ing The lower floor and galleries vrcio well fllled with nu lulclllgcnt ami earnest gathering of refined ladies mid gentlemen, congregated to lend aid to I be cause by tliclr picscncc, Influence mid financial contributions. Tho even ing was principally given over to short talks and addresses by ministers and distinguished public dignitaries. Shortly before 8 o'clock the exercises of tho evening began by the singing of the familiar national hymn, "America," In which the entire audlcnco Joined with Bptrlt. llcv. George Klllott, pastor of the Foundry Church, was the presiding officer of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 February 1890

The 'Washington Sunday Okitio craH s-cnsr:D.A3r oj&x'xjl.t. ) 22D YEAR NO. 0,703. NfcWS OI' TUIJ WOULD IN lilt I HI'. X-ncnl. To-day Is Caudlcmas Djy. Anotbci fino building Is to coupon F el led, Ictwecn Ninth nnd Tenth. Representative WIlRon has completoil his bill to locale tlio World's Fair In Wash Itiftton. Tho Mews. Goldshoroiigh mado a large falo of land on tlio Tennallytown road to a syndicate Colonel Robert lug Icon detailed to stic tied Major Lydcckor as Englncor Com missioner. A llro In tlio offlco of Vamilt rictton, a II erary weekly, caused a damago ot $30 Ubt lllgUt. Tlio managers of tbo Central Union Mis Ion want to erect u building for their ox- lusivo use. Tlio Security Investment Company, com- used of Wosblngtoii capitalists, has been ncorporated In Alexandria. Gcorgo Woolrldgo, tlio dog fancier and doctor, says that an epidemic of tho grip Is raging among Washington dogs. Piofcssor John M. Coulter lectured ou J ho I'll steal Basis of Ltfo' at tho Na tional Muse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 February 1890

TI1M WASHINGTON SUNDAY ORTTIC FEBRUARE 2, 189(). t ( r A I. It- I 1 f. t) I i "WASHINGTON CRITIC ANIl SUNDAY CAPITAL. . . i . 1in.m i .i i ' ..mi -. 1IAWK1KS, Cc-WKN ifc ltUSKRTT. 13 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON. 1). 0. THK SUNDAY CRITIC. tslnglocopy 50'cnts One year $J.M THE KVKNING CIUT1C. ElngloCopy 2 Cents Jly Carr'r, per month 33 Cent By mall, postago paid, one year ..f.VOO JBy mail, postage paid, six months 3.00 JBy mall, postago paid, per month.... .10 Cents Hall subscriptions Invnri&bly in advanoe. Address THE CUITIO, Washington, 1), O. WASHINGTON, PEBIIUAUYS, 180.1. 'JO TJ1E CAPITAL: In usurping your title, Tub Sunday Ciiitic ofTcrs you lis slnccie apology nnd regrets. Necessity, not desire, U to blame. You aro tliu victim of no up stmt ambition. Neither tnipci Itticnco nor contempt Is intended. Those wlio vnluo and respect your venerablo name nnd good will would not thus wantonly betray them. For accounting, look rather to those to whom you have so long given your li...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 February 1890

ssr -a -" - - THE WASHINGTON SUNDAY CTOTTO, FEBKUATtY 2, 1890. WHITE HOUSE DINNERS. WHERE MR, HARRISON TAKES EVENING MEALS. HIS One of llio Cosiest mill .'Mint Comfort nlito l'lnco Imnclnxhle iWhnro ttin Fnmoun 1'orcellilli Kervlro Is Stored. President llnrilsou nnd hU family liiivo one of tho cosiest nml most corn fortaulo illtilnn-rooms Imaginable, and U Is situated In the north wins of the ISxccuUvo Mansion, overlooking tho Bjiacions park and Lafayette" Square, High ceilings are n fenturo of all tho rooins In tho Wlilto House, and tho dlnlng-room fonns no exception, tho walls being tinted n subdued terra cottii, which gives a ilch aspect almost like a mnhoRauy-cnvIrcined apnrlnieat. In thecontioot tho dlnlng-room is a massive round extension oak table, the legs beliijr moulded and carved in an nrtistlc mrtnner, while leather uphol stered mahogany chairs are placed at convenient intervals around the board. Two wicker high chairo aro also con spicuous in tho room, their occurinitts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 February 1890

TTIE VAflTTlNCJTON SUNDAY CTHTIO, FEftttUAKY 2, 1890. t i t n i i i B if Ik Vf lc 1L I i fc'.t- lr iy B r COIKGS-ONIKMASOiNRY. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO MEM BERS OF THH ORDER. UuleiitlHr lur llm OninliiB Woelc Do crtTH 'Unit Aru Id llo Cnnforrnil linpiirlnnl Meeting ir tlio l'fcut Mix lints Kvenln in Ilia Futuru. C'amishau Tlio following Jtusonlc IjoiIIch meet upon Iho evenings of tho ciimiIiij; week: I.OIXIBX. Masonic Temple, Ninth and V Benjamin 1). French, Xo. 15, Monday 3d; l'cntalphn, No. i!3, Monday, .til; Nntlounl, No. IS, Tues day, 4lli; Washington Centennial, No, II, AUdncmlay, Mb: l.a Finelto, No. 10, Thursday, Otlij Lebanon, No. 17, Friday, ill). A. A. S. 1!. Sanctuary, 1007(1 street ( Bltlx, U. D., Wednesday, 5th; Columbia, ci. t), cdnciiday. Ctli. Masonic Hall. Nineteenth and remisyl winln avenue lllriim, No. 10, Friday, "Hi. Masonic Hull, Ucorgctown Potomac, No. 5, .Monday, "d. Masonic Hall, Unlontowu Anacostla, No. 21, Monday, ;id. IIUVAL AIICI1 (. It WTKUS. Mnfuiilc Tem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 February 1890

- rftil r4Pi "wWWW The Washington Obitic 22D YEAPv NO. 0,704:. WASHINGTON, D. Cm MONDAY EVENING, FKJll.UAIW 5), 1800. PTUCE TWO OI3NT& XTRA THE LIVES LOST! Fatal Fire at Secretary . Tracy's House, MATH OF MRS. TR1CY.' She Leaps From a Window and is Fatally Injured. Her Daughter and the Also Perish, French Maid 1111: 8i:CKBTAltT nAXdUllOUSLV injuki;i). At 7 o'clock this morning fire broke out in the basement or Secretary Tracy's residence, on I between Seventeenth nml Eighteenth, anil soon spread to tho uppci iloois. Tho family were nslccp, and their escapo was cut off before the terrified servants could awaken them. Mis. Trncy, whoso chamber is in the lenr of tho house, was invakcncd by the noise made by tho scivnnts, who railed to her from tho alley running along tho back of tiio house, Sua ran to tho window, and seeing tho smoko rolling out from the lower windows leaped to the nlloy and was ciushcd horribly on the lough locks with which it is paved. She was lifted by lender ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 February 1890

I, i i m AS 1 1 1 Nl iTO . j u WW &m D STREET NORTHWEST, WAHlllNHTUN. It. t' tiik Ht'.viiAY uirrrr. Flvglccnpy One jcnr ...1 Cents $J.W THU KVKMXCI emtio. Flitulo Copy 8 Cents J5T C'nrr it, ror moiilli -nt entl Ily mall, pojtnito paid, onuyoir..! $3.00 Jtymall, postneo im'iI.hK months ROi) By mall, iitiutop.lld, pur month.. ..V Cunt XIH11 subscriptions ttiviirltlily m n tvanee. .Atldrc-ti Tin: cuitio, WHilitititton, I) c W AfciHIMlTOX, 1'HIMUAllY :!. 1st") Mli I THJilt II, I I.S Til. 1 1 6 ; I A S 0 1 '. It Is Into In the day for .Mr. Thomas of fcprhigfli-lcl to bii'oini! ennserx uivo In tpmh, mill tliu statements tli.it llio multi tude of reporters x ho lime called upon him tml haxe licunl from hN cti)iiiciit llpn tliu n nils of wisdom li in- generally been liuic- rurute, an1 not, under tliu rlrcuinstuncw, in clved by the public xilth uiifpullllod ml- I miration. Tin! Pittsburg IHrintrh cnmcn tloscto tlioiimrk InthecaseoC .Mr. Thomas, , who seems to haxc been n much-abused man....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVlCNrNO, FEBTUTARY J), 1890. WASHINGTON IN 1000. Hid Niilliiiml Capital Possesses Attrac tion Superior to Ai y Otlior City on tli American Continent. AVafdilngton, tlio DMrlct of Columbia, ns tho XMiitluti's Capital, Is the) pride of tlio country. His tho most cosmopolitan city In tlio eenintry. It luia M0,(KK) population nud Israpllty Moving emu mil. It lm tlio tcftt-pnoil broad nvenues tint Mrccls nml tho must dilapidated sidewalks of ntiy largo city In tlio land. It linn inoioiiiajtiilllceut natural suburban rciicrj and surroundings than any capital tit j mi lho ilolie, Jtroiitiilus I he largest and finest public buildings In tlio world, It Is the most iittrncttvo city for ret dciits, sojourucm and visitors on thojeon tlncnt. It lias tlio most Intelligent population In tLc aggregate of mi) rlty in tlio Union. It In rapldlj Incoming tlio national ecutro of Hlciuc, art and literature, ai it is ulremlj I ho political nmUoclnl centre of tlio UnltidMatis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 February 1890

j""imB"nii "i'i,:,j,,t"?'';"'"" 'iy"r."''T'"' t' SF 'fljj' TnE TVAinyMTOX rrrTr, nsro vy evexixo, febbttatiy a, isoo. 's j ' s v to I D 3 t! ft IU I U' ! office of WOODWARD MITHKor. 'i nth and F it .n-itthwoii. fC - Tlic second (loor will have a display on Monday well worth your seeing. Fancy Gingham", Zephyrs, Sat teens. 'Outine' Cloths, 1'lannelettcs, Prints, Cam-1 brics and White Goods will be the attraction. Harbing- j ers of a new season. The i choicest products of skill J and loom. We thought I there was no improvement I possible over last season's ' Wash Fabrics, and yet ic is j the same old story. These ' are better than any previous season's best, and prettier j than the prettiest heretofore shown. I A wide Scotch Gingham 1 at 25c. per yard, in styles and color-printing that equal Anderson's. v Fine French SaUeens in styles and colorings that rivabFoulard silks. "Flannelle" In styles and colorings that can be com pared with French printed flannels at four times Its price, S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 February 1890

The Washington Critic 22D YEARNO. 0,704. WASHINGTON, D. C "MONDAY EVENING, FTCIlUUAItY J3, 1800. PttTCE TWO CENTS. m.ms or this vvoitt.o is nitinr. f.nrntt Collections wcro taken up In tlto Catholic Chnrihes yesterday for the orpliau asylums of tho city. bishop Kcnno. rector of the CatluOlt Uul vctsll.v, preached at St. Patrick's "ycsteriHy otidmrlty, T lie Iwchty-soventh anniversary of Cd vnrv llaptlst Sunday-school was held es tcnloy inornlmr. Anniversary exercises wcro held nt tho Vermont Acnuo Christian CliurcU list evening by Ibo Young People' Assochtlon. Addresses were, mado by ltev. It. V. Ofllccr o( Iiullnn Territory and J. L. Akklns. Among the things to be discussed nt tho annual encampment of tlio Department of (be I'otomnc will be tbo ndoptlon of n reso lution looking to exemption of sons of utiimib from tlio civil service oxatnlnitlon for appointment to Government positions At tlio Union M. 1'.. Church last night ltev. M Mum F. Crafts talked on Sunday work and Sunday amu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON CTUTIO, MOXPAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3,1890. n hi m If AN asui.ncjton cumc 1! vwi.ins. Cowl A. lit siu.rr. 43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, I). 0. ..a Cents . Cents n Cents . .5VM .... KM ,.Y) ttetlts TIIK Sl'NlUY CIIITIC. fclnpln copy Oiie year J THE r.VIININO C'MTIC Shutfc Copy a.'. By Oarr er, nor raonl li Br mall, poitiiKO paid, una rent- Ily malli postage paid, six months . Dt mall, rxutneo paid, per tnontli... Null subscriptions inv Ariauir m nuviineo. Address THE CHITIC, Washington, I). 0. WASHINGTON, 1'KlimTAIlYil, 181)0. ln. )h.kbv, tliu street-swooping contractor, says ho cnvur(tho schedule. That is not tliu point; tliif'nonplc- want )iln to uncover tin stieets. Tmkkviiiv nmrio.vs of our local (.mite mpoi ill ics this morning lilted no iielil nt nil. Tlioy weio too lulu for news nml n few minutes tooe'iily for liistnry. Tins is a urn cm in i busy world. 1'iirly minutes Is great deal of tlmu in Washington. Tin: Citini will on nil "rent occasions bo found nt lca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC1, MONDAY EVENING, F BUTCH ATtY 3, 1800. ILARKSON WILL RESIGN HARRISON'S PHARISAICAL WAYS WEARY HIM. lln lines Nut Mho to ieo fiTlie nop" lnt In till) Colli mill tho nOnnil.v Untitllm" Invltud til tlio Atlmlnls Trutlon'n I'ciut. "Clnikson Is going to ic!gti." Tho speaker to it promluout West trn Hepubllcnn not Iti ofllec and not ex pecting ono. 'Yci," lio continued. "Clarksou I going to ic-slgn, I nut nwnrc lint lUls statement 1ms been publish il before and1 that It has b,6en tlentcil. KiitTlVI tnio, novct tltclcw. ClaikSon will re sign In less limn nlncly ilijs from this ilnle." Tlid speaker was In earnest nnd seemed to hnowr what bo wus talking about, lio was asked Why tbo First AcMstant t'ostmastet Oenctal would re sign. "Clnikson will tcslgu became KcU weary of tho I'bnilsalcal wtys ot the Administration. Ho Is a, politician who believes In lowniilinp, as faros maybe, the men who did the work and made the election of Hairison a possibility. Jlo Hurts tho act...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 February 1890

r5 TTTE WASniNTftTON nUTIT, M!0 5WA.Y EVENING, FETftUTABY J), 1890. '"'WNIWM , - - I ! I ift . '. t)7 li.fe HE ,& OUR CHIEF .U'STICKS. HEMINISCENCES RECALLED BY THE CENTENNIAL CELEBNATION. flhulilic" of tliu Mun Who Hutu I'ri .liletl?Ovur th ii Siiprninii Court of llm ttnltml Ntnlsn-t.'Ilitilr DMIti EiiMiing Trillin. When tho t'Cilleimry or the t'nlti'tl , Hlnli'8 Stiptcmc Court Is fuk'biutcil ill Now York on to morrow tlicto will bo much ol lilsloilcul lumltilsconcu for cncli oinloruC tho occasion lo tell tlio lrcrnt t'cnuriitloii. 'i'horo Is n peculiar awe or the Supremo Omit and Its gowtiul dignity which Is even greater than the respect paid to 1'resliIenK Tho L'rcMdi'til Is 'jlected, and to scenic his oltku lie mingles utnoiig politicians mid is one of tliu people. Hut the t?upi mo Ju.slleo is like a prelate of tho ('lunch who ulalniH to be chosen by (oil ns his vicc-rcgcnt, and an.v Ameri can cilicn feels freer in approaching the creator of Supreme Court justices tlmn the j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 4 February 1890

The Washington Ceitic 22D YEAH NO. 6,705. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY EVENING, FElfltUAKY 4, 1890. PliTCE TWO CENTS. vriiro An -rttn ,, t nnftin I nrivio ur irm vvuniiu in uiu&r. t.ncnt, Tho Itfncrnl of Mra. Copplugor took placo llil morning, Tlio Democrats universally approvo Mr. Cnillsle's statement. Tlio funeral of. Mrs. Tracy mid her daugh ter 111 bo held to-morrow. dairies Ilowsky committed suicide last night. Tlic causo was unrequited love. 'I lie Ccntrnl Bureau of llollct had n pro tractcd fight last night oTcr the solcctlon uf chairman. The eighth annual carnival meeting of the Washington Sivngcrbund took placo Inst night at Kdel's Hall. The (Into has not yet been fixed for tho entrance Into ofllco of tho now Knelnce; Commissioner of tho District. The Pennsylvania Ilcpubllcatis held an enthusiastic meet Ins at tho hall of tho Pcmisjlvanla Club, Grand Army Hall, last night. It Is Bald that tho House Committee, on Elections has decided to recommend n new election In tho caso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 4 February 1890

;.. .$(- i,aUi. JJiCSrii .-.-. , THE WASHINGTON (TO'ITO, TUESDAY EVENING, FEIUJARSs , 1800. I y i?' .' ifi n nr I1 rt el I, I,: 1 f VASHLrr). CKITIC ! Hawkins, Cowkn & nunKKrr. 43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINOTON, 1. U. TIIK St'SDAY OUI TIC. tBIilflo copy "iCoutt One year f.'.Vi TIIK KV13NINO Ultll'll'. 6lmiloCopy '.'Cents Dy Carr er, per month 14 OonH By mall, postairo paid, ono your Soj By wall, postngo paid, six months , .3.0.) lly mall, imstaKO paid, per month.... ") fonts Mall subscriptions Invariably in iitlvnnee. Address TIIK CRITIC, Wil'lllllStoll, I). 0. To-Niuur's AjifHi:in.M, Alrai (ID'S Iirui. OrtiiA !li)CK diaries Wynd- National Tnr.tTitB A Ilrats Monkey." Haiuu' Until' Thbitiib ' A Hojal Pass." KiMNAN'TiiKATite "llydnsw)i!laltyCom ImliTi W II.LAIMllUl.I, jnerlm. Professor Carpenter's Jles- WASHINGTON, FEHRUARY 4, IS'JO. I.kt it iik iionm that Aduni Foic paugh lias a belter sliow in tliu nuxt woilil tli tt ti lie hail in tills. South Dakota 1ms declared fov New Yoik f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 4 February 1890

Ml -Bwqwtuwwiwiiiitr mwuuiwuMiftum'imw WituiHk WW MnNMMI THE WASHINGTON CKITIO, TUESDAY EYEXG, EBFvUATtY 4, 1800. CARLISLE'S CRITICISMS. DEMOCRATS QUITESATISFIED WITH THEIR LEADER'S STATEMENT. lint tlm Mnjorlty lIclIot'eThnttiin l'oit )ile Will Sniiiil by the I'nrtj Wlilnti Srekn to rnc.lltnto lhtMnes mid I'rovent Fililitiiitorliitr. lvx-Siicnlor Carllslo's address to tlu country, published In tho morning jmjicis, waa tho chlot Ihomo of convcr sntlcrn on tho Door of tho llouso before tlin hour of assembling this morning. Tho Hcpubllcnti leaders generally 10 pnrilcil It oh rather below 1 10 lovol of Jlr. Carllslo's powcis of statement. It loclm discernment, they said, an I avoided the point at issue. It deals in special pleaillnp; and gllttcrlne general ities It simply quotes tho practice of Congtcss heietoforo, they say, and re cites tho nilea and decisions under thoso rules, and falls to go to tho root of tho differences between tho1 twto pnitlei. WHAT ltni'llltLICANS SAY. lid docs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 4 February 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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