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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 8 August 1890

22D YTBAJR NO. 6,870. WASHINGTON, D. C. FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1800. PRICE TWO GEirrs. Ik. 119 t I POLITICAL NEWS SENATOR DON CAMERON'S GREAT EST EFFORT OF HIS LIFE IN THE DEBATE ON THE TARIFF BILL Quay Regards the Blankenburg Letter as Impertinent. DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS It) TENNESSEE. The Nogrees Did Net Yolo The Nominees in Geerg!&"-Alatama RepuMitans Disown the Forte Bill, GHEATESTEFFOKT OF HIS LIFE, 8ENAT01X DON CAMBHOK MADE IT IN TIIK TAltlKF DBIIATK. Senator Don Cameron of Pennsyl vanla rarely makes a speech. However, bo broke Bllonco on Wednesday. Our esteemed contemporary, tbo (Mnfm monal liecerd, roports this great ofTort as followa: ' Mr. Cameron I have In my band a letter from tlie HummolsUmn Brown-tone Com pany of Waltonvllc, Dauphin County, renn sylranla tho county In which I live dated Juno 4, 1S00, and signed by tbo secretary, Allen K. Walton, and I know him very well, In which he aayt: 'You have undoubtedly beard of tho hrownatnno Industry hero at llummols town, ...

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. — 8 August 1890

IJXM DAILY CRITIG ASOrAWTAT. OrWJr Dtmtrntk IktHf Pnper Pub UsheA at WttingUn. mttmnT xbnino , nm WAgMjJWitti.t ertifte conns WASBIWffOR CtfT, t r ttWB W StBScWFTIO!. BrMR(mM prepnM), j year J8 " 1 month 9) liftftnfttfeeftjMttoBtb ! CKITIfJ, WSMMtMVfcHt, D. 0. WaIMwwk. D. C. ArrT 8, 1SW. FIRST FRltTR if nay of lite BeimUiPMi lenders, who lire m vtfotrmsly ml vocattnt; tha nassaga ef lk Force Mil, have waieaeti the re rent dtctkw r Alabama wHfc tin mt4i tM RpfrttKk to intelligence, titer mmt nave teen more or lets etiHtal The caanew me, howew, that they ore not In a position to tlraw lntettlffant comltt-i-Wns, wl, In that caee, the nets art of no ee to tfoem. In tlMl view of the mutter, we cull tbf Ir attention to the resiits In North AlftWumo, notably la Jefferson imtl Jackson counties. A pecll telegram to the New York 7Ym from Hlrmlng liam. rtbich is practically Jefferson County, stows that the HepttWIcaiw liaitUy voteil at all there on Monday let. In Jackson County, which 1ms alwa...

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. — 8 August 1890

THE DAILY CKITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1800. I AT THE CAPITOL THE GEflERAL MFlfllWCY BILL rS5EIBYTTiK HOUSE. REMOVAL OF GEN. GRANT'S RMfiMS. SfDRtor Plumb's Cosmrat Raita lion Passes the Sftttfe. COMMISSIONER RAUM'S SON JOHN. Mr. En.w Wants Him Inv&6tigaUd"-Tli6 Dangerous Glass's' of the Anti-Lottery Bill District Matters. The Senate this morning passeri the cenennent resolution Introduce, by Bcnator Plumb ft few days ago, oxpresc Ing the desire Of Congress for the re moval of the remains of General Grant from Itlverslde Park to the National Arlington Cemetery. The conference report on the fortifi cation bill waa agreed to. The confer ence report on the Sundry Civil Approj prlatlon bill was then taken up. IN THE T10U8B. In the House to-day Mr. Mutohlcr of Fcnnsylvnnla was excused nt his own rcivicat; from further servlco on the Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures, and Mr. Vatix of Pennsylva nia was appointed to fill the vacancy. The House then resumed tho con siderat...

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. — 8 August 1890

' V-!.-- THE DAILY CHITTC, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1890. ft The Daily Critic oxtt KrjtaiA.na. How h Tht Hr ItMeftHat? TOO rfm Bt Tt ni T. IMMWWHy dbnt-former prfee. $: "TsSSeMh rtotvty Snttlf-S chaff. 1 1M wBiXjMe-fwiiwt prtrw, Mo, am $55 ljPlWsr 9rlte. S tdecw- former prtee, tsWfc !Tip tw oat few of the ntMt sSywsjg jirsoda, ftirathow fiUces tfo for csssn WM 08 ffeTlwtWl. TOi be fflftjde. w. H. Horanron A Co. nn mm inn rn st. l.mltlm' HefriReniNir, Ifoby Our- rh.:-, Kfe , 1e. , Tin feapopslMe installment ostanllmmeTU M FMtfratlv Inratm. t KW ami SB jsamath etrwi nonhweu. and l now making eat I IMS ftAfritfmfnr. fluhv nftrrlfttfSto. fiil 41 ottor lines of iroort nwcledfor the sirm- wtuwnfom on a can nans; on easily Installments. The Mnttnnnl 9nf Deposit Oimpnny, 0i r. lfllh St. nml N. V. Avenne. .Ss)tsraw for Si'.verware, Jewelry. Lafisss, rm worts and mnahies of all kinds. Omimgsi jssi atei ate Safe deposit boxes for jsj ah wei ate safe dfl t the tery lowest rates mn HORSES CJtBE...

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. — 9 August 1890

22D YEAH NO. 6,870. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1S90. PEIGE TWO GENTS I BLOCKED Strikers Tin 1 Hie New YorK Central. TRMl HINDS STOP WORK, ;; The Movement Spreads Ihroughojt the State. MILITIA UNDER ARMS AT ALBAHY. Troublo Is Expected in That City To-Night. S MILK FAMINE IN NEW YORK. Traffic Paralyzed Tho Enliro Yandorbilt Sj8tcm Will Bo Shut DownOver 14,000 Men Oat Everything Quiet at Present. New York, Aug. 0. A general strike upon Iho Now York Central nnd Hudson lllvcr Itallroad ami the Ilarlim itallroad was ordered yos tcidoy by the executive board of Dis trict Assembly No. I0. Knights of Labor, with the authority of the gen eral board, and Boon after 7 o'clock last evening all tho members of the order from New York as far west asUtloa, oa the Central, left their places, and trulllc upon the great road came almost to n standstill. The strike has been foreshadowed for some days, but nobody expected It t come when it did, and no preparation! bad been made for it....

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 9 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, PATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1800. g '- i-j:1 --'r Ijie Daily Critic ASnrAPITAt. 3t Dmeerntu Itoilf Ptfmr Pnb- hahfdnt WmMnffUin. ttftY MfeHtNO Mltl wAtftiairm eftiriti casiiMJf. OtfTCt: WaSHIWUIVH Off, fi P. fMI Of SfWrRTPWdW. By aslfl nwitaa prTald, I mr i i month 1 1 ttrvi tth en.?, i month " Tlf n CttlflDt JMitMllJBMwwMlhifcwiMMawiiMa4iiiii'ii aui'iinatSii.. ft m mii. i WAtmMtm. D. C. Antf 8, um JIMMIit.itnmi.Mn ,,.ilfl,. i, ,!,, .i,l.. 1.,-j.i,., AFRAID OF RK1SD. "tlK8 reiried Boston Jmtrnnl mmt- rtieaths that "It Is noticeable that thm Jfemttira Cnnfiewmen tlm ssjaft t lit fce D Bmrratte fcwirt by bluck ?ntrtln; Spnhtt Rwd rowaNy select otetsttmt wfcen Mr. lleeil Is absent." Of tonne tals is rot of purest ray ei. Tat Democrats have hl Mr. lft In Oragren with Ihem for ssrrvral ytrs mt tfcey know Jnst how danger ous be It, in debate or otkerwlw. Since lls tie ratio on the Speakership pof lias enabled thm to observe htm In certain spects which they hmi tct previo...

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. — 9 August 1890

THE DAILY CTUT1C. SATURDAY EVENING, AUM ST 0, 1890. AT THE CAPITOL llnR V NTS TO APPLY TUB G.VQ ttVLE IN Tim SENATE .( fuss his mm fge mil He Realizes It Grot. Item a kw in Any Olher Way. FOGtitt AND REEETS MUTDAL HATE. 'Re Indian Appropriation Bill ia the House Tariff in the Senate. Other Proceedings. Mr Hoar offered a resolution In the Scnnte thla morning intended to shorten debate on the tariff and other metwutes, which may lead to a prolonged debate, Ly the Incorporation of n mild "pteviotis question" rule In tho rules of the Sen ate. It was referred to the Committee en Rules. The Tariff bill was thon taken un. TUB RESOLUTION. Mr, Hoar's resolution Is as follows' Mttoltal, That tho rules of tho Senate be amended by adding the following: When any bill or resolution shall have been under consideration for a reasonable time It shall be In onler for any Senator to demand that debato thereon be closed. If such demand bo seconded by a majority of the Senators present the question shal...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 9 August 1890

THE DAILY CTUTIO, RkTITWAY EVENING, AUGUBT 9, 1890. Tub Daily Grtig axir nvjtaiALa. llvr Is Tlif for DftcAnnt? Totr Ttr.rn tt ot r. IStjjWWBr JtMeboard-former prl, 8Wfc mjTYSWMJ, . " RttMMtt CWttmr Suite -s Chttrri, t 9M K ,J TMt-fnnKr price, ; iw M. w swfe. S ttaon-Mniwr isrtee, J5; & "jf only a itae of the MMelsllt I jrtMSutw aim t lws pflrsjs are for aasn I J deviation will be matfa. vt. n. ttavejpmnr m m lM im IMSBFst rf. W. lln.Utens ltfrlsrerntits, llHbj Car- ttatM, Kte., me. . Tnta responsible Installment esMMIshmnnt n centrally located at om and Seventh HfWt northsrest, and now nrnktns: ont .trtcea 011 Refrigerators, Baby Csrrlsarfs. and Ml othwt lines of goods needed for the idt. (Joed sold on a caeh basts; on easily rra Installments. 11m National Into Depwslt Company, Onr. 1 At It St. nntl N. V. Avenue. Menn for 9;verware, Jetvelry. fcaew, ran (moil ami valuables of all kinds. UMUVW moderate. Safe deposit bote for rWM at tne very lowest rate. TERRIBLY SHOCKED. ,00 ISIt...

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. — 11 August 1890

22D YEAH NO. 6,87 L. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1J, 1800. PRICE TWO OJSNS. THE BIG TIE-UP THE imOTIIKRUOOD OF YMl KEEKS JOIN THE KNIGHTS TO FIGHT THE VANDERBILT SYSTEM. The Strike Will Be Extended as Par as TROUBLE ANTICIPATED AT ALBANY. Got. Hill Refuses to Call Oat the Militia Unless Absolutely Neeeswry. At Other Points. Nnw Yonu, Aug. 11. Just after midnight nit tbc locomotive firemen niut members of the Brotherhood of Locomotlvo Firemen on the Hudson Iltvcr Division of the Now York Cen tral joined the striking Knights of La Lor who went out Friday night. This defection of firemen will, it Is fonrod, completely block tmvol over tho New York Central between this city nnd Al bany, as tho llrothcrhood of Locomo tive Engineers are pledged not to run with any firemen except those belong ing to tho llrothcrhood of Locomotives Firemen. It 1ms been definitely de cided to Btrlko on tho Lako Shore, Michigan Central and the Michigan bouthern today. It Is determined to ttoup th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 11 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11,1890. . i' CTmi Daily critic, AM) CAOTAU MMK Hi hi ... - j9P9l &Htf Dmotratte Datig Pnptr F bthtd at Wmhington. xr irVN7rs OTTtCt: fiNi fl ITEM rtORTHWlST, ftAt&fMttttt CITY, I. C. i vt htubcttiptto. Sf MM (testae prepaid). 1 r l " " I month ... . w titflttiritrVeeRy. latest " TM CMITH BejDStfeett wasMntton, o. c. IVjumimtoM. 0. C. Arorar 11, !. thjb gnootyg chiad Qrtftt tiM bttertwt realwre of the at so ragtag afaiftst lotteries Is tfea rrtrnltieac of the rhlledetrtol Prm ami rtrtatt otter paper which have rnede themselves conspicuous by rrm nlfif lotteries themselves. In the comta of a lone ml eveatfnt cutter, waaave heard of many ileari falls and ktn games. "We him heard of monre, ro, roulette, ronfe-et nolr, sweat cloth, Boras-heatl, chuck a luck and a iloMfe Allien, hut never anything? -when the otitetrhrr had so little chance and the "game" so sure a thing ae In the average newspaper "gueaatag" match or prire vote contest. Fa...

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. — 11 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, VUGrl'sT 11, VU). i AT THE CAPITOL W1NU DN THE ATKINSON RILL THIS AFTERNOON. CENfllCRR ARESTILLTILKIM TARIFF. Fcrou.ra!s DvtttftM to Pffkt Dm Bill Ilea Vy linn, REED AND ROGERS HATE ANOTHER SPAR. 11' re Pension Office Grrk PrtrMwl Pur, Petition of Motmt PlMbmnt Citi zens A Blaek She, The Senate met at 10 a. m. with but twenty seven Hennton present to listen to the ( linplain's opening prayer. A quotum vrag secured by 10:30, ami after the transaction of some routine btisi nesss the tariff was taken up, the pend ing question being on Mr. Plumb's r.mondment, offered Saturday, to re duce tho additional duty on iron ami steel binds used fur cotton lies from two tenths to one-tenth cent per pound. The amendment was rejected, yeas 18, nays 23. three Republicans, Inealls, Paddock and Plumb, voting with the Demo crats in the affirmative. Air. Jlcl'hereon moved to amend the raragraph by reducing tho duty on iron and steel hoops to fitly per cent, ad valorem. ...

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. — 11 August 1890

The Daily Critic cirr BVBO JAJiB. llrr ft Thin r IMptitT tor rti i at tt niT. -JSwfcpwiiy SMeboard former price. SW8; IBMtteiith Cental? Snlre-s Chair. 1 9M jii aorei rornrer irrce, jw: mw in r smit, t i rece- ioi uit'i price, jojw Tt mlr ft fa of the fuwwlollt I MMii MM thMM (trices sen for ttsh no treiiaimw win ne mene. Ifflwi !0 F it 5 Htttftlen's ItefrlRorftter, Ifnhy Oar- , rhsees, Kv , IM. . TMs pssnnti stale Installment etaMI drnsent entrant located at sso sad W seventh rttjwi northwest, and is now mattnc eat Mm on ltflferator. Baby CarHMr. aad Ml otf-er linen of anod aetvfed for tS wn -(Mr. Bond old on a cash bals: on easily fisM Installment'. The Nntlnnal Info Hermit Unmtmrj, ttar. lth St. amt N. T. Avenne. .9froejns for sa.revvrara, JTewetry, Laoss, Flaw wbI( am! valuables of all kind. WW moderate. Safe deposit botes for rtSK at the very lowest rate HARD TO CATCI. Sheriff llch's A rtlnn Sunday tinhnro Willi I'ererptlve (l-smblers. For the Ihlrri Sumlar in succession Svwtlr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 12 August 1890

FRIGE TWO CENTS. 22D TEAJR NO. 6,872. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1890. PIOUS THRIFT MORGAN'S TWO LITTLE INDIAN MAIDS FROM SCHOOL. TWO DUSKY MAIDENS BRIGHT ARE THEY, Yel They Receive from the Commis sioner Bui Little Pay 10 DO HIS MENIAL HOUSEHOLD WORK. Mr. Thomas J, Morgan in tho Role of a Pious but Thrifty Indian Commis sionerWhat He Says. Mr. Thomas .T. Morgan, Commissioner of I mil tin Affairs, Is not only pious, Initthtlfiy It Is singular how piety nnd thrift run together in this Admin Islralion. AVhen Mr. Morgan first come here he nnd his wife lived at a boarding house. Ilclng only the two of them It vms not worth while to keep house. After a time Commissioner Morgan de cided that sitting about the house nil day with no occupation was droary wotk for Mrs. Morgan. Uosldos, he needed her counsct nnd assistance in tho grave nnd Important matters con stantly coming up In the Indian Bureau. So lie had Mrs. Morgan nppointcd con fidential clerk to himself as Commis ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 12 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 18H0. Stas Daily Critic AHT) CAPITA! . mmm . . Ontg Dmotrattc flailg Paper batata Wmhington. WrtiMiJMWWJI OKI Tit) CTJJtfMftT. OFFK'S: 4S O 8TRK8T HOftTHWIi. WAMnStJ'fUN CTTT. 0. r. TSRMi W WlliClnPTTOWi Ey aW fJstter irM, 1 rear . Imontb.... UMfcrrmtaaeRy. lasenth - TltU CrtlfiC, B.O. iWAmnrarar, D. C, Arerjet 1. 18. i II Ylf AtiEKP KOOTtSM. 1 iWteCmttvtly comrllnifntry re Mar e starts constrained to malw in !! issue of Tur Critic In reference to Ilw Hon. Benjamin Franklin Utlkt nm, HcimA Oomtrtroller of i!m Trsj yrtf, we Intended to please not to offend itf Attempted to do him Justice, and, in the attestipt, destgnatsxt him m "Our Hanaajre,'' for the good reaon thnt he jwemcd to us to be something of every Isttasr t he stuffed with a little bit of every great qitalifrcailnn neeetMr y to nan of universal jrenlu But we hare reason to believe that Mr. Gilheson lias construed our language Into an offense, a fact that wt regret ami thai aff...

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. — 12 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUOT'T 12, !m. AT THE CAPITOL IIUTEEDINGS OF THE SINATK ND HOUSE TO-DAY. :n mnmrni nll ttmti mMihiMMmi But With an ImpirUat AteodJHtit Relating I Newsjapsrs. 1BE ROACH CLAIM TO BE ABANDONED. Repntluan, However, Will Be Vvmi to Go on Record With Refertnee to It-Other Matters, In the Senate this morning Mr. Hale reported House bit) to amemlthe census law So as to compel unincorporated ex press companies to give information abuut their business, ami' It was passed. Mr Ldrnunds' resolutions provldlsg fcr the fivc-mlnute rule In debate on the Tariff, hill was oidereil prtnttl and laid on the table, as was also one from Mr, IV ilr providing for tho previous question when debate was continued two days on any question. Mr Morgan concluded his argument besun yesterday on the Tariff bill, and was followed by Mr. Daniel, who spoke principally on tho tin-plate paragraph. IN TUB 1I0USB. The House this mornlne passed a concurrent resolution extending to Au gust ...

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. — 12 August 1890

TIIE DAILY OIUTir, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1890. 'I The Daily Critic CITT KVItaJXTta. lIBYr H Thts fr UMroont trv Ftm n IT 01 t. iy SWKsboatd-fomer ffc, 8Wfc iMh Owtmv Sntte-sChatra. ! 4 1 TaMfr-fntnyat rftre, M: rw WS5. ntntfa, 3 flW 89 TiH IBCT pfroe, ww! i at only a few of the ftmctaltr i hi and them nrirM at for eh So wrrtttten wtll be made. W. H. Horairro tv . llgtwt 190 F it N W. Hodden's lterrlicemtnr, ISaby Cnr rlages, Kte , Hte. Tkfc fwpwwlbhs Installment esrahllhment Jfwmtratiy lorated itt and M Seventh mm northwest, and Is now making cat m on rostrhreratnr. Baby Carraj. and Mi otrr imes of god iwedel tm the Hllft. Omits M on a cash basts: on easily PaSS HWtallflieSltS. The Natlnrml Safe Ilrptwlt Cmmpany, Our. IBth St. nmt N. V. Avenue. JHSftM for a.verware, Jewelry. Laom, Fjps mod and valnabtes of all kinds. OMAR morternte. afs deposit boxes for rtt l the ret lowest rate SERIOUS CHARGES. A Oonlrartnr 8ny t'elr Thlnes About n District limplnyn. Cdjtliiln Howell, the As...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 13 August 1890

22D YEAH NO. 6,873. IT 13 REFERRED QUAY'S RESOLUTION SENT TO THE COMMITTEE ON RULES. I HOAR WANTS THE FORCE BILL PUT IN. The Move Is Thai of Individuals Rather Than of Party, DEMOCRATS FEARFUL OF A PITFALL. Other Political News Oangressman Tillman Not in Line With His Brother. Senator Quay's resolution, Introduced yesterday, provides First That during the present ewnlon tlio Senate Mill not take up for considera tion anv legislative business other than tho TarllT till, general appropriation bills, bills tclattng to public buildings and public lands, pensions, and Senate or concurrent resolutions. Second That the consideration of all other Mils shall bo postponed until the noxt session; and Third That tho vole on tho Tariff bill and the amendments thereto shall be taken on tho 50th of August, at 3 o'clock p. m., without further dobate, until tho considera tion of tho Mil and amendments bo com pleted. Unquestionably Senator Quay Is act ing, not for himself nlonc, but for a number of R...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 13 August 1890

-,&m!Bgmpv!!! TIIE DAILY CHITIC, WEDNESDAY EVEHIHG, AUGUST 18,1890. rmB Daily Gritig A!TD CAMTAt, iSfHt ilHr Pmotrattt DaU Paper Pnb fctatt Wewhinoton. -i , BtaAv axunifta 1fr ISJns WAHIXOTOJf ORtriO COMr.vSt. OFFlCt: C4S O STRMT NttRTHWSt?, yfksmjKmm orrr. . c. By nam tffeatra yafM), 1 year. ...... $B Gt " iwtt. m itWHWitlwiiftr. irooatii A-W" THBCttlTiO ahti.Mi tonln mirfii ni It m riaijiM. .nCniiiim in. in i , WAItWrtBW. D. 0.. AwP9t 18, 1W. mm i i ,.i. ... AEfiirs gall. Th rttltmte of th RtfrnMifiitM In CNiftWs just now Is full of a certttta -Kttfiit wIM IMerett. They ofwwrt th scwOn with the declaration that tlM Kwjerity mtwt ml should trtrasmt Mw ymWIe tntfimw, astoptsjri a wt of rnles a Ml ffHf)wl a ltm of twocednre wMeh tHitliil1yoWMTel the minority j anil new, t the toll end of the session, thlr tatters ami their orarana are raging spalnst the Democrats bectmee the Ittltsrr will rrot furnish them with quorums. Jlot people believe thnt, the majority fhowM rule. The geniu...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 13 August 1890

THE DAILY CIUT1C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUMST 13, 1P0O. AT THE CAPITOL PKOCBBDWOB OP THE SENATE AND THE HOUSB TO-DAY. mum m still v&m tmf. Senator Gray Spank in Support f SfnatQr Vest's Araendmiot CAUCU OF REPUBLICAN SENATORS Called fer To-Morrw Night Fortliei- lions Appropriate Bill Taken Dp. Compound Lard Bill. The Senate met at 10 o'clock, anil, a few moments later, after adopting n reso lution! offoreil by Mr. Hale, tHretllnp the Secretary of the Navy to Investigate the alleged counterfeit stamping of steel plate nt the Linden Steel Works, went Into executive session. The doors were reopened at 11.10. Jlr. Edmunds' resolution limiting de bate on the Tariff bill, Mr. Illalr's pre vious question resolution and Sir. Quay's resolution providing for a voto on the Tariff bill on the 0th Instant and Ignoring consideration of the Fed eral Elections bill this session, wore all referred to tlio Committee on Utiles. Sir. Hoar offered nn amendment to Mr. Quay's resolution so as to Include ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 13 August 1890

M3&t& -nvgx" TnE DAILY CIUTIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGTTOT 13, 1890. This Daily GritiO OITT tl'KOlAZS. 1IW H TTtrs ntt Imit? Toff Wni Mt tr ot T. iay omwwtffWwr faroe, 8 itti csmtart- unite- chmim. t d 1 Taate rower pt, : em las SwlTw 3 ywB8 fGWHW pfW Jflwft Thaie an wH few of the spwtslly fflWMrtiwlMW these prtcws are for cash wm m tfetlaltua silll he made. w. H. Hormnwt Jr. Co, 1918 and tB F irt N. T. K ml den's Kerrliteniteit, Itnhy Cnr tnc, life , use. TM responsible installment cf hli drniont Is centrally located at MO and sss seventh street northwest, and l no making not Tttcwi on Wefrlgerators, Baby carriage. Mid II ottser lines of goods needed for the -mer. floods Md on a cash bads; on easily para Installment. The Kntlnnat Snfe IlentrOt Wnmrmny, (Air. lBth St. nmt N. T. Avenne. Mflraere for sr.renrare. Jewelry, Lscaw, Fjne Oowds and ralnables of all kinds. Cliaiiesj uHleiate. Safe deposit boxes for rent at tire very lowest rates NA INS NEW POLfCEMEN. llilrtylwo Office...

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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