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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 2 August 1890

PRICE TWO CEN'M 22D YEAJR NO. 6,805. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, 1890. I ma " ANTI-BOYCOTT SOUTHERN MEMBERS OrPOSED TO THE SCHEME, ilS BEING UNWISE AND UNPROFITABLE. II Would Result in Great Injury to the South, WHAT THE CORRESPONDENTS THINK. The South Should Simply Protest Against the Passage of the Foree Dill. Many Interviews. Concerning the proposed plan for the South to boycott the North in tho orent of tho i.assarro of tho Federal Elections bill, tho following telegraphed to tho Atlanta Ettning Journal today by Sir. U. 1. Spcor, correspondent of that paper, Is of especial Interest. As n matter of Interest and to tost the feelings of Southern representatives In Congress on tho subject of tho proposed boycott, a hasty canvass was mado of tho members on tho floor of tho IIouso this morning Just prior to the oponlngof tho session. Out of twenty-sovon Interviewed only ono was found who approved of tho scheme, and his Idea was that It should be applied only to Repub...

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

THE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, 1890. Tens Daily Critic ART CArTTAr . Ht 01 Dmtxratte Daiig Paper Pub- kthed at WatMngton. at irtl wAWmxtmrs emtio cohim. rpFTCsV 4 S 8T8f NORTItWtSf , WASftiafOTojrcrrr.B c. fMUHl Of nt'BSCRIPtlOit. By tfl flpostnire prepaM). 1 m l month 9 tttriirtttoeettv. inrontb Afett TIlrtCKmCt S8 0 Stfejet, TaSTWbTos. t). C. Arotrt 3, !W. A .TUST CLAIM. Thm h om claim whir- h inn colored ftoaja of this District om!d fairly i M late lime, and In makta which tney wofthi Bate the sympathy ami support ef all eno'lMent Hermbllcnta. Trtay cwtW and they should rtarMml that Ofmgmt enact a latr jiving rsrrrwttt tkwt I iti own body awl on th Hoard flf Dfetrtet CommMoiwrs to the city of Washington, or, perhaps, the District of Colnmbta. The rftfoml people form a teiy large proportion of the population hew. Very llaely. If we exclude the numer ous Impart men t clerks, who rnta n their vol in; ttomldl la the States from which they were appointed, ami the many h...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 2 August 1890

THE DAILY CKITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, 1800. u V I AT THE CAPITOL. BLAIR'S ItBSOlUTtON RBPBRRID WITHOUT DISCUSSION. - A SCHEME TO TRAP THE DIM.J1& The Latest RtJMr Aient Ifo Wm and Tariff Bills-Strry GMl Bill Sent to (fcaiarMKe, Forty nine Senators six mors lltun a quorum answered to roli-eftll When tli .Senate msttbls nmttilng. The Ore dcttttnls of IWwurtl D. Whits, as Sen ator from Louisiana, for tbe term be ginning March 1. 1891, to succeed Sen ator Eustls were presented. Mr. Mor illl was granted Imleflnile leave of ab sence because of the condition of his health. Mr. Morgan Introduced a resolution which went over, providing for a dally recess of the Senate from 1 till 1:90 p. m while It meets at 10 a. m. A joint resolution wa9 passed to per mltLIcutcnant Colonel Henry 0. Oorbln, 1' f A , to accept n civil position In the World's Columbian Bxoosltlon. The Tariff bill was taken up, tlio rending amendment being that of Sir. Vest to reduce the duty on decorated china. in ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 2 August 1890

' THE DAILY CIUTH SATURDAY EVENING, ATTGIT8T 2, 1890. !,- The Daily Critic cur KPjsaiAna. Itwttfen's Kefrfsrerntorft, rtnbr Csr- ring, Kte , Kt. . tWsrespotislble IpsUll merit enabliTimont jatwtrtraiiT located at asn aad on seventh iftW northwest, and J; wnr nnktmt eat Wtcvs 0H Heftlsrerator B&br Carrtaaras. and mi on tor ftMts f fnmt Mwuf A for the Ann fWt., OoqrtssoM on a cash basts, onaastlf rwra nnranmenK. llonshton C.s Unreentet In dnretitent. , Th ejraapwt ret .Tnt read their bargains Id www 1 oak rtnrean. 1 bdtel, t b WMJ pair of fcwtber pillows, l extra large ek Mm, line reed r hairs. 1 ira mattfa (Ml pan serviceable and detrabie articles, MMM every day, for the mall nn of 3 A, AMta UW offer chairs and a six foot ex twaKm tab! for the snrprlMng and naprera Mh price of $to. And agftla, cm fan r the small nn of W If to, sea oar 7 teee oak dining rnom nlte, ft la a daisy, and MM rate it almost nominal. W. H ITornnTO A Oo 1M l F st 31 W. The Natlnnnl Safe Dernrslt (Mmriii;i ...

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

22D YEAR NO. 6,860. CHAIR OF DEATH THE TIME WHEN KEMMLER WILL HE ELECTROCUTED, HE IS REPORTED TO BE IN GOOD HEALTH The Electrician Who Will Conduct the Execution Interviewed. POSITIVE IT WILL PROVE SUCCESSFUL. An Experiment on a Oalf A Ssienlifia Explanation of the Way Iho Dynamo Will Work. AtncrtN, N. Y., Aug. 4.Wanlon Durston exploded this morning the story sent out at a Into hour last night that rt mysterious delegation, prosuma bly composed of tho witnesses of the hilling of Kcmmlcr, had arrived on a special train at midnight and bcon hur tled into the prison. The warden was not In town last night. When ho re turned on tho 7 o'clock train this morn lng, ho said that no Invitations to the execution had yet been Issued. As tho law requires three days notlco to the witnesses, this would appear to Indicate that the execution will not occur beforo Thursday. Kcmmlcr Is reported to be in good health and fair spirits to-day. ltociinsTcn, N. Y., Aug. 4. A Post JZrprett reporter had an In...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 4 August 1890

THE DAIT.Y CRITir, MOJNDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4,1890. cL tTHOS DAILY CRITIC . ASP CAP1TM. jK$ Onff Pemoerattt Dailg Pitper JPtr- iufitdnt Wmhingtnn. - - , . ". CKtRY tUlNltttl AsumoTOJt emtio cewrwst. OFFtCB: 4& fl STRBST HOKf HWBSf, Agawfu cm. 0. TWt8 Of JTJIWCRIPf ToS. BJ BB fluestage prepaid), 1 year f$ " InWBth Mtt'mlrittieettM month 35 TMSCKt'riOk MSftNtt. c. Tfjwmjrfltos. D. C. Arrs 1, lSR. XOW THS FORCE BILL Sf AStW. Hew ttoet It atairrl to-day with the "Frres Mil? Its friend arc the Reeds, f f tctirit, wlta the Henry Cabot l,orta Pfrtt!$, the Qoays. the Durllayi, lit rhlTWiwrti and ail that clam of Oas ferat and unsernrmlrms politicians hat bronght tire ItermMtcan party into rxtitim and dtorejmte. I'k erpoittsti an the thoughtful ami patrl otk! an of all parties ami geographical mtteaa, Tin attempt to sh.w that It l mcc amy to the welfare nod protection of the colored voters In the Southern States, ns proved an titter fatlnre. The roost prominent Bfroes la that part of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 4 August 1890

THE DAILY CHHIC MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1, lf)0. j I AT THE CAPITOL MK ROGERS AGA1R BITTRRLY UTAfKS THE SPEAKER, FEEf MS MORE GALL THAU SMtH." Necessity for ?tmi tit tint ami Harbor Bill SENATORS COMPLAIN OF MU KU7J, Mr Morgan's Perswal Ixplftsatie. Kittery Navy-Yarn to It lures!' gated Msmeers AbtMf, There were about thirty 8eotort pie sent when the Senate wm called to rrder at 10 o'clock this rtotnlag, but, 1 y the time the journal was rend awl morning business fairly betim, lUete were more than a quorum present. Mr. Davis offered a resolntlon, calling en the Secretary of War for Informa tion respecting the accident to the lock In Sniilt Bte Marie Canal last Friday. Mr Davi9 sold this was a carious calamity to the creat commerce of the lakes indicting damage to the com merce between the upper and lower lakes of perhaps half a million a day Incidentally he referred to the failure of the House to act on a bill passed by the Senate several months ago, pro viding fnr a second and large...

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

t TIIE DA1IV ('KITH, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4, 1890. wr The Daily Oritig OITT BPJ&1A&9. Ilfevr rs Thl. Mr Dfweawtit? tor Ttr.i Rt It Ot T. iny 8MboGTil fuHhw prtee. $-Wfc tfth Century tto-8 til J IW-rOTDn price. 5tmG 9 11 WBi- hWBsWf prtO, aim ob19 f of tw jmeeiftltr aMOdft. sM thMB HPKAH HffR fof" ttSMl HO Mttatfoit tMlI b mftrto. w. H. HfouwBWIi' A (Ma nuNd s pt jr. r. lttttitteti'6 ltefr!iernttir, ltbr Our ttnew. Itte., lire. .The nwtW)IM lattailment etaMthieat Mteatralit locntrt at MO and Sereata Mteet lionhwet. an.t r now naktatr oat 3ttte on Refrtrerator. Tmbr parrMM. Nt H ottiei line of ood needed for the mm met. Roods fold on a cash beats; on easily paid IngtaTImenK The Nitttmrat Snfe DeptMlt Onmtmnjr, Wir. lflthSt. nml N. V. Aventte. .Btetlafs for S'lrerware, Jewelry, Laoee FJH Ooods aad talnahles of all ktada, Oataes moderate .efe deposit boxes for reel at the rery lowmt ratei Delegate In the I'reiwmen'e trntna. The regular monthly meetlna; of the AVftShlnelon Pres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 5 August 1890

PRICE TWO CENT3. 22 D YEAH NO. 6,807. WASHINGTON, D. C. TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 1890. A SILVER LINING TO THE DARK CLOUD THAT HOV ERED OVER LIEUT, GUY. MNY WITNESSES TO HIS GMMGTER. Praised by His Subordinate as a Vigilant Officer. THE TESTIMONY OF BURGESS ATTACKED. Showing the Character of tho Pres enting Witnesses Detectives Blosk and Dome Tell Their Tales. Tbe Ulftl of Lieutenant Guy was re sumed this morning on tho part of the defense before Commlssloneis Douglass, Hlno and ltobctt al the District build ing, Tho caso Trent over from yester day on account of Commissioner Douglass being confined to his home with lumbago. The Commissioner, or, as Mr. Claughton addresses him, the Chief Justice. Bald this mornlne that "ho felt very well with tho exception of having a broken back." edwaud joitrcs was tho first witness called by Mr. Claughton. He had known Lieutenant Guy for about twelve or thirteen yoars. "Did you ever have any business transactions with Guy J" was asked. "No, sir."...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 5 August 1890

' MP1 TIIE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST S, 1890. lim Daily Critic ASorAFrrAT. 3" Ontg Democratic Da& Paper Pub luted at Wmihington. m pxattmo WAtHlSWfOjf OtttTlti l'O.HlAT. l B TSt NORf rlVtT, wASlHjWTOrT Crrf, 0. C. twutg or stwcRiPtros. By stall (postage rrrM), year s " " 1 month titfHttniNerty.inontB Til it Ch 117 c MS & Sftnttt "j " -" -' ---.--. . 1 I,, fVAftniiait. D. C Amort 3, 1890. lllHin III I ri--r "r r -, "1 r i , , -, TELLERS DBFt. A my significant utterance by Sena tor ttlht. yenmy , has bwa tire sub Jl of We and eager comment. It at elicited by !entor Blair's pTopoM iffm te hare read from tire dk an 1. totfnl I wttetrlae's ertttkm of th 2er Tk TWfane. Some objection m awtfe to tats awl a ccmtnmrsj- am Mil. It tfMstttreri, however, taut the Tri hint editorial constates! of a more or Jet powerful appeal to the Senators lo change the rules of that bwlrso as to permit tbe rushing through, timler whip and spur, of the Federal Klertfons bill, after first di...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 5 August 1890

THE DAILY CBITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUG I T 5, 1800. AT THE CAPITOL MR. CIJMMINOS SPEAKS TO HIS NAVY-YARD RESOLUTION, nmm party policy scorn DitUtor Bet in Dafftr If TftkiHg a ItaKltr frem Pewir HE SAYS THE FORCE BILL MOST mi. Tariff in Mtt Senate -Dwirkt Milters. SigBlleant 08ffeiiee"N8 Wwk, No Pay," fr Meabsrs. In the Honse to-tlny, after tke trans action of Mime temporary routine busi ness, Jfr. Jlcltlnley ot Ohio, froin the Committee on Utiles, reported (as a substitute for the Cummlngs resolution) n resolution asking the Secretary of the Navy for the reasons for the Increase of the force at the Klttcry Navy-Yard. In speaking to the resolution Mr. Cummlngs of Now York sahl that he rose In defense of public morality and public law, which had been menaced by n high public official. The order In creasing the forco of the Klttcry Navy Yard looked as though the design was to use executive power for partisan pur poses. lie commented on the fact that cer tain shops of the Ktttery Navy-Y...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 5 August 1890

"3 TIIE DAILY CIUTir, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 1890. r it Tiie Daily Critic CITT HVKOlAOa. 11rw M This Mr llffsr-fttlirt tor ri. n if 01 t. 1 1 iJS StflrtioRTn fofiww litres, SSJBj sBSt fSIB). JJffgt , only few of the stwetBfly gSWIBWIi Slid these prices BW rot Often mm iro ireTinwon win ne mane. H In nj BRTUB Jk 00, ItW ami IS I irn..T w. lt&tttten ltefrlsrerntor'", Itahy Car- rleges, Kte., Hie. TV rtBwmslBte Installment etMI wwtrtralty located at mo and flw Seventh wgwt northwest, and Is now making ent SIJeBB on Refrigerators, Baby Can-tsares, mm mi assjerltae of goods needed for the mm WW. floods oold on a cash basis; on easily lll(illlt!. The National Safe Depwslt Oimimnj, Vnr. 18th St. ami N. Y. Avenne. .Btwxe for flfersrare, Jewelry, Laoes, FIB mod And ralnfthles of all kinds. Umm moderate. 8af deposit boxes for ret H the Terr lowest rates. - STILL LOCKED 0UL the tTarrlagc-Slnliera Dure Nat Yet Itetnrnetl te Work. The Jrrytsj Brothers still remain firm Ik (Mr tletermlnsl...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 6 August 1890

PRIGE TWO CENTS. 22D YEA11 NO. 6,80. WASHINGTON, D. O.. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 0, 1890. i I 1 KEMMLER lr lis First Victim. IN THE EMBRACE OF DEATH. The Electtlclde Walks Firmly to His Doom. HIS PASSAGE OVER 10 ETERNITY. Horrible Scenes in the Silent Cham ber of Death. THE AUTOPSY THIS AFTERNOON. Iho Body Badly Bumal by tho Elec trodesTwo Shocks Were Nece3 BaryOno Lasted for Fivo Minutes A Sicken ing Sight. Atnunx. N. V., Aug. 0. With n short, slmrp shock, painless so far as the world will ever know, tho soul of WIN llnm Koromlcr was separated from his l-ody at 0 10 o'clock this morning. A cup adjusted to tho head of a mnn bound captive In a strange looking chair, a lever quickly swung around tho arc of a scml circle, n quick convul sion, a sudden revival of muscular ac tion, anothor turn of the lever, n pause, H room filled with sick cnlnc fumes and twenty-sevon wit nesses of tho first electrlclde In history knew that the death of Tlllle Zlegler liad been avenged In law, nnd the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 6 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1890. TaiS DAILY CRITIC AWDrATTTAT. & fartf Pmoeratie THtHi Pnfm Pnb hhM ni Washington. tttn WAintrtftTWN ORirio cjnrvt. OFFK: m iTAsimwwwcfrTjB.jp. 99 Of SCHSCMWtOfti BrmMMBitrMX1teW " lawMJl 88 VI'T1ttlfc0tt. lnMfttB Am Tnn0ltvei0f WWHIlaVpvMb , O. mi -"- '- '- - ifrjMtmwil, if. C. Arrt , 1(W& . Hi nfi 1 in 11 ' . " AJf TO Ml'RDfiftKft. Of trotm then will be jrreat outer tm tee horrible attendant clrCMtn ilaace of KMtitnler's eteenflm by aire iHeftJ. The papers will bj filled with itfKHhvtttf details, and editors wilt et ttaat their more or lew ample tocatm latfa In remonstrance against the fear itfttfty oC the electric shock. "We do not Kite to arrest all this affec ttetate fins by Inopportune suggestion, imt li seems our simple duty to observe that it Is difficult to put a murderer to to death without aubjrctltia; him to rem little Inconvenience. We know lnvw unwelcome snea an observation Wttt be. The spectacle of the tender...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 6 August 1890

"qmwBiu TnE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AU'(7ST 0, 1PH0. I;) ii t ' I AT THE GUPITOL WHAT WAS mn AT THE BIO BUILDING TO-DAY. ORIGINAL PACKAGE BILL TMEft OP. Th 96MU TiikeHs With ttw M Ktnlty MM UFD AFD KLBCIIOKS CtfT A RWRL The Center Mil tl Be MUerly Oppiws Bwbsan's GkMH itt New Jersej Against GraW, Tlie llonse to tiny tok up Mm con ference report, mibmtttetf by Mr. tteetl of Iowa, on the "Original rekaf bill. Tlie report leaves the bill Just rts it passed the Senate and makes its pro visions applicable to lrfitwrs only. Tlie forty minutes' debate aeeonletl umler the rules was opened by Mr. Hew.1 of Iowa wltU a speech In support of the report. In the Senate, The Senate this morning resumed consideration of the TarlJT bill. Mr. Gorman took tho floor and con tinued his argument becun yosterday In favor of Mr. Morgans amendment to reduce tho duty On ore from which steel can be manufactured. A New Jersey Mnn'a Prospects, News comes from the Second New Jersey district that Iteprose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 6 August 1890

THE DAILY CHITTC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 0, 1890. Tins Daily Critic OUT MVKiS IAB6. 1ITW N Thf ror Ittwreitttt too rif.i HI it 01 t. 1 MabMranf Sideboard - former pHea. SW: St. nw. . i mtttmtti ctmtaty B!-Chtrn, t Wf h" 1 J. TiMt-fcmw rrt WWhynm. Hff arte 8 y4eees- fofln! pvtce, IW r Nil. lba aw only a few of tt sneelellt marMB awwJa, aad these prices are for en and w Ttfon wm be maid. W. H. Hornwnwt Co , ttnaM ! r it ft. W. It ml den's ItfrKrntnr, Itahy Cur trains Kte , Kte. Ttlf I llllll I I tllll I II , AatAkllalkMWkM U centrally located nt ! and WW Sereath Krrt nnrthsresr. and l now malttac rat rtcea on Refrigerator. Baby Carrht, and M other linen of food seeded for the ram mer. Woods wM on a cash baels; on easily paid Installment'. The NMInnnl Sure Iemlt Cnmrmny, tXir. IBth St. ami N. V. Avette. 8torj for SKrenrara, Jewelry. LaM. Fine CTonds and ralnable of all kind. Charm moderate Safe deposit bote for rent at the tary lowest rate PflTWIAIRJUKLISr. Doctor rorm nn Alllnnre t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 7 August 1890

22D YEAH NO. 6,809. WASHINGTON, D. C. T1TUBSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1800. PRICE TWO CANTS. k i r i) POLITICAL NEWS ', THE PRESIDENT CONFERS WITH THE PARTY LEADERS. SEVfELL S INFLUENCE WITH HARRISON. Tho Railroad Lobbyist in Great Favor at the While House. A STINGING LETTER TO SENATOR QUAY. Bo and Delaraater Galled Oa to Vindicate Themselves DemoeraU Aelive. Other Politieal Information. PHESIDENT HAIUUSON. BEWKI.T, Mt9 FACTOTUM nK UnciBS ItKClt'IUXITY AND TItB KOnclS IJIt.U President Harrison returned to tho city yesterday afternoon. He was no companted by his faithful factotum, General Scwcll, gcnoral manager of the "West Jersey Kallroad, which runs from Camden, opposite Philadelphia, to Cape Slay and other points on tho Jersey sea shore. Ho Is also tho hoad of tho Pennsylvania Itallroad Com pany's Senate lobby, having as ox Senator tho entree to tho floor of that body. It Is said that he will now take cbargo of tho Atkinson bill in tho House, tho company being much disgruntled at th...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 7 August 1890

TnE DAILY CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1890. r. . . Uhe Daily Critic AM'T l ArTT . t . Sin Onlf PtmotrntU Iailf Paper Pnb- hiked at Wmhington. KY ttximma ntit WAtHIItttTOK OKI riO CilMrMSf. OfrtCB: Bfe & ffTKagT N6RT HVfaVff , fSMis of trscnPww. By MHItiniMfft prepaid), l yea IS ft . " " latCO...... St Ulirnrtatasjelrt. lajontR THB ClUTlC, mommi, 9. a WAmnxttmi. 0. 0.. Amttt J, itm. OUR rUUSASB. TWo coomry mm to tare "struck It hi'' I the person of GlNkem. We itttt to B. F Ollkcson, Second Contp (toilet of the Treasury. It is wot oft toot. In ntnog the mltinr office, the lTesfctat gets hoW of truly great msn, lmt M. Harrison has done jtt this ihing hi QttKeeon'g awe. 1b House Report T, first eeekm, lltty-rst Congress, one obtstns n vfthMtbte lBt4e;ht Into (.Hlfceson's qtisllfl cbHo. Heading that report carefully, Itm Cltiren slowly swell with prWe m be realises thm. In OIlKeonn, the nation pessesses a bulwark of e.ilronllnAry tlttewy. No real peril can touch us wliMe Ollh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 7 August 1890

THE DAILY CEITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, ATJM'tT 7, 1800. AT THE CAPITOL. THK TARIFF DRRATB COtflWUlD IN Tim SBSATB. FECGEEDINGS OF TH 0OS TO-BAT. An Fxplmttoa t Qj$mmfi 0Hrm. Members Want Gtaf rm Tatee a Ktten Othw Prwtcdiags. Tl e Pmate met at 10 o'crflcx, bnt Hod were rwly thirty-two Setrntors X Ttsent at roll-call lew than a qtiontm. Afitr waiting; a few tttowtente a titte-ram was obtained ami after transacting some morning IrastneM tlie TatlJT bill was taken up, the pending question being tn Sir Vance's amendment to reduce tbo duly on pig Iron from three-fourths of n cent a pound to $5 per ton. After discussion by Messrs. lftlmunds nod Reagan tho amendment was re jected, yeas 17, nays 27, a party vote. The next naracranh. bar Iron, round. flat and square Iron, which place a duty of from 8-10 to 1 cent per pound, was then considered. Mr. Mcl'hcrson moved to amond by making the rata 50 per cent ad valorem. Thlswas rejected, yeas 18, nays 33. Tho next paragraph taxing round Iron 1 1 10...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 7 August 1890

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