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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 14 August 1890

22D YEAH NO. 6,874. WASHINGTON, D. C T1IUKBDAY EVENING, AUGUST 34, 1800. PfilCS TWO CUNTS. (1 i I COLONEL WHBBLOOK 0. VEAZST. Sketch nr ttio Vntttr of tho Korr Onra ninmler-ln-Clilef nf Hie O. A. II. The election of Colonel Wheelock G. Ycazey, one of the Interstate Commerce Crmmlsatoners, to the office of Com- 1 mander ln-Chlef of the Gram! Army of IS II... 1).n..t.ll. .!. 1 I n "" jiciiuuuu iwn. innce at jmrwd yes terday. A year ago at the Milwaukee meeting many of the delegate, Intllcatoil hy their votes, their preference for him, nnd he was then quite unanimously supported hy members of Grand Army posts of New England. Judge Veazey Is a native of New TTnmn.litrn Ami 1,o tnit ,a.t t.ta milt U year, 11b was educated at the famous if training school, runup's Exeter Acad emy, graduated at uarimoutii uoiiege with honor, and is ono of Its present board of trustees, lie graduated also at the Albany Law School, and, taklnir tip his residence at Rutland, Vt., was admitted to the l!ar of t...

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. — 14 August 1890

i?rS4- -es.- - THK DAILY CIUTIC, TIIT1.SDAY EVENING, AUGUST 14,1890. tElOB Daily Ciutig At rAWfAK flt 0rt Pmocnttte Daty Pup Pnh MMM Wmhinffton. -- -- BXinv amarsifto stt wAHtNmN OMi no nf.vr. OFFICII 46 0 Sf RBrtT NORf HWtSf , tfJlMNMrTM, CITY, . C. 1MM OT 8UBBC1IIMIO!. Br mm nmttae prerM), t re i e " " inwnt N ttrrlHim the eny.t snath ffi AddrBM TnnemVl0t B 9fWI ji i . -. - ITT WA4WMWiffB. D. 0.. Amrst 14, IMG. Hfl I 1 ' " TfcS BITtATIOX IX WDtAJfA. k special rfm Indianapolis to the Omrtn Jonmtil says that for tin past ktk(M months the fteimbltcaa ins tate has been rotmtantlr In motion in Mtoftft IVmocrtitle localities In Imttaae, tuning adrnnUjr of mtj Apporinnfty by which It comM MiWHjUien lnlf In tin ngtU ttt. contest. Republican farmers hare keen Instructed to join ami control the MMmmt Farmers' Alliance clnbs, ami Inttar then chtbe to nominate reliable Hrpnbllcens for legislative position. The Chnrser Journal correspondent adds In tbti statement the significant Mention taut, ...

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. — 14 August 1890

THE DAILY CEIT1C, TTTURSDAY EVENING, AUGf'ST 11, 1800. AT THE CAPITOL. PHOCR8D1N08 OF TUB SffltATB AND THE HOUSB TO-DAl MR. WT5HELL mim flWIESTtW The Buty 9k Tls Plato -The Imnm Sg- tal8 Rl -Baste of tka'Prwr tarts In SMl Nkbw. The Seaftte iris morning; pmmnI with em arrremlHrertt the Hotm Mil to ratify the ftftrecment of the OommlMlsn on th putt M New York Bml PtMiwyt vanfa, retpedltiK the bmtmlary lino be twMn thorn States along the Delaware IMver. Atr. Pltimb from the Committee on ApprornlalloTrs repotted the Jotnt reso Ititlrm tot the relief of destitute people Ib Oklnhomn ami It was psteeetl. The Tariff Wll was then taken up, Sir. Veat't amendment offered last Mon day to reduee the tlHty on tin-plate, Mill Mm the pernllng question. Mr. Ml Whet 1 made a long speech on the ceaeral Mtbject ol the tariff anil In tie feK of tin high protective system. In thn Home, The Home this morning smlnlne.l the Speaker's decision overruling the point of order mle by Mr, Springer yeeterday. that...

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. — 14 August 1890

vWQI$&&i&l$&& i ?&. -&, THE DATT.T CRITIC, TimRRDAY EVENING, AUGUPT 14, 1890. Tffiu Daily Gbitic H)r M Th! Bit lIMUHtnMf toe nm n rf orr . i JMmmry SSJrtxmrft-farmer rw. SWfc ewnwr wnre Benin, 1 Traj- Ml .frM.4 net. Mfe mtt 34S3. FHlt. 8 diuKi- fof Wfil prwe, W S nt fete of tlte neclMlt I jrwo-K andlne price are foroaan mtHtttoR trtli he mto. W. It. HOTOTtTMl 'V' ItW (M4 1B r t. . w. HWMHenN ltetrUrmr( Itnby Cnr- tine', Kte , i:w. rt fwtwn-toto trntaiimmt etaMihnwnt to cerrtrmiy located at MO and w Seventh rttret nnrtliwe-t. and l now maklac ent -trja m lfefrhrerator. Baty Carrlare. and ll other limn of fowl needed for the Wa rner. On-rii Md m a cash baH; on t-1ly tl hwtallment. t The Nnllttnttl Safe Detwrtlt enmrmnyi Oir, llltli St. ami N. Y. Arm. Mffrad) for S:-rware. Jewelry, Lwrea, FJt oertl and ralnaMee of all klndi. CMUWM moderate Safe deposit boxes for Vtm at te wry lowert rate. SULLIVAN WILL CONTINUE. Iho Wnfttilmttnti to ltcln Tlietr Seheil nle-t...

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. — 15 August 1890

- . 22D YEAH NO. 6,87o. "WASHINGTON, D. C.. JF1UDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 18.90. TRICE TWO CENTS. NO FORGE BILL WILL BBPASSBDAT THE PRESENT SESSION OF CONGRESS. THE REPUBLICANS UNABLE TO AGREE. Its Friends Declare They Will Slaughter the Tariff Bill. A FRUITLESS CAUCUS LAST RIGHT Reed Will Not Altempt to Hold the Bouso in Session The Fwlish Boycott Plan. There were ibtrly-ntne Senators pres ent at the Republican Senatorial caucus last night. Thirty-seven remained to the end. Senators Cullom and Sawyer, the former because of Illness, went home early. The meeting was very Inharmonious. Senators Honr and Spoonor favored re maining here until the Force bill was passed, and the latter read the riot act to the Senators who disagreed with htm. Senator l'lumb opposed the bill In toto. Senator Aldrlch, speaking for those 'who want tho Tariff bill passed whether the Force bill Is ever again heard of or not, said tho Force bill could not possibly pass at this session. Senators Quay and Cameron b...

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. — 15 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITir, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15,1800. irsm Daily Critic B M t ABP CAMTAt. JH D? D&uxrtMe Pnitg Pnptr Pvb- total t 1v"iefM07. aKatStV ftttNttat WAtWifttnex critic cttwruts. OFFICE: 'i& S rfWKBT HOftTHvtT WasBuwWr CITY. t C. - - TJMfaH W SUBRMPTlOi. ywnaimitmrM),ir"iT .... r . 1 month 3d ttmtHltiiaaerty. lawnta a ,i,, THrtCKlTlC, Waebhtttoa, II. C. rawmn ! ii hi in win ir i m rtMMt9W. D. C Arotrsr IS, 1SW. iiirtmli ....itta i.-iw.-.. . . JJlr0T10XMEJrrrOSTT0SKD OM of Use stBaroes of the Republican ttetagefs Witt to get fn enough of th ceatat retrrres to jnstlfy them In pro. cttdlng lo stake new spttortlontment nf Acmtnn of the llrmee of lptwnt 1rve. Tny tollwvrl they cmiM secure 'by ftrch action a eonsMemble addition 10 lh Republican membership of that Mf end ot the electoral college, mm! that tay couM take from the Demo cratic slle several member. Hit, i appear?, this scheme has been aban lcaeti, a fuel tbftt bss iroppetl out In the dtetartlon of Pnperlntenilent l...

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. — 15 August 1890

TIIE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1HW). AT THE CAPITOL. TAOT01YB8 WAY TO T?18 RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. (MHE&MM mm m a scheme Wntoh Will Bnralt ibe fr&ttlint PnWie. Tbe Tariff Mil wm Infii aiitte In the denote this twrnilnv, ami mi motton of Mr. Fry tl Rlrtt ami Harbor Wtl wm taken up. Sir. Hampton baring aitl Mr. Frye to allow him to have a bill taken up for action, Mr. Frye ox ctisetl himself for declining to do so, and mid that he had asked the Finance Committee to let him have two days for the consideration of the IUver and Har bor bill today ami t )-morrow and that he should ask the Senate to remain in cession tomorrow until the Mil was finished. IN tub hoots. The House this morning Immediately after the reading of the Journal consid ered the conference report On the In dian Appropriation bill. Mr. Perklnj had charge of the report. District In Congress, During the consideration of the Illvcr and Harbor bill this morning Mr. Fryo offered an amendment in roferenc...

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. — 15 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1890. m HBM Tub Daily Critic oirr nfKaiAM. llw M Th fr IMatOMt? tor rrm n it oi T l MjJwwuT SWebonrt-fowiet price. ! tmntn cvMwrr sane 8Cnrri, i sra; , 1 Tirte-ftiwt trice, WW: o WW. ! Stttte, S flewa-former priee, s: m milv a f of the laity jMmIr. AIM ttrcve fSPfras are oeTMrnwi win or mane. V. n Hornnros in . MM and t F rt X, KtaktHecAi ltefrljgerntar, Ihtby Car- rings, Kte t Kte. TMa renwnstMe ioallnienf iwUMI ditnent tsreetrali; located at M and B SeTWrth rttwt norjirwt. and l no imminent Srlewimi Refrlferatnr. Baby carrtaf. unit Ml etlwlltie of good needed for the sniB- CSowJs sold on a casta basis: on easily jtw Installment. The National Sfe nermstt 0mpnny, Oor. latli St. nnd X. Y, Aventie. SWiM for Si;nwt, Jewelry, La, nte tJMod ami valnables of all kinds, aMm moderate. Safe deposit botes for rtPtrt at the very lowest rates SPIRITED AWAY. Inventor Until la Tisken Ontfltde of the District. It wtw McettAiDetl ywtenlay after lbt a wri...

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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. — 16 August 1890

22D YEAH NO. 6,870. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1G, 1S90. FRIGE TWO OENT. POLITICAL NEWS TALK OF A MESSAGE FROM HAR RISON TO THE SENATE, ASKING IT TO PASS THE FORCE BILL, Because Its Opponents Have a Major ity of Republicans, BOAR MAY BE ALLOWED TO SPEAK OH IT. Republican Split in South Oarolim. Ames Indorses Blaine's Reipro8ily YiewsReed and Ranm. The latest rumor set afloat by tho rabid advocates of the Forco bill is that President Harrison will Bend In n special message, asking tho Senate to pass It at this session. It Is troll-known that Harrison Is ns holly In favor of this measure as his cold and sullen temper will permit. Yet It Is not at all likely that the idea of such n message exists elsewhere than In tho lurid imaginings of tho supporters of the hill. It Is a condition, not n theory, which confronts the Itcpubllcans now. They must pass tho Tariff bill or they aro hopelessly discredited. They cannot deny tho opponents of that moasura the right of debating t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 16 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10,1890. S3! JDMLY CffiTiQ AfflCAMTA'. 3t 0ty Dimoemm Dtvttf Ptptr Pnb MktiM Wthinjto. wAsiiiWBmj om tie i-oMfAjrt. OFFrC: 64 O STRBST rtRtHW WAiMJwros tiff, o. c. fSftMt OF StJlWCHTPfWW. By i pmM), t f is ft laroatb t.ttrivnatsetty.i month TllttCRItia MO StfWta, WH4Mtt$Mfri D. v WAWlBto. D. C. Arocsf W, 180. WsktHW: nl I rtMKIXS, toj "rRRRT." TV Cmrier Journri, In commenting Mpm th declaration of lh Hon. Mr. rnKKtfts of Xmih, chalfrnan of tt Heme Committee mi Imlfon Affairs, tfet Spar Rkko Is Impartial and (OWKWwn, snys: "Prurt hM evidently sol rand tb reports of the. Hrrote rm ceettiiifs, or else has been away on a k'rtr of absence." We cannot srap tkK 1'Hnky lias not remt the H$rrt, or olte mm been absent! He might have been aWnt."ntl have been guilty Mb of the crime of reaillnif the Rteord. A art, really, the only exettse be emild bare for entorfxtng Kurd would be a continuation of absence from the House ami Ignorance of Its proceedings...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 16 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, HATXJKDAY EVENING, AUulT Uu 1890. AT THE CAPITOL QUAY NAKBS ANOTHER EFFORT TO KILL THE FORCE BILL. HE PRESMTS A SECOND RESOLUTE. But Mr. Bdmsmte Qtjjteis, wi It Is Net Re&tod. THE ANII-LOTtERY BILL TAKES DP. Judge Hayse Ptwenfs a Slresg and Legtaal Kiwrity RepjrtOther OoBgrnsisBat Prjwed'BfS. The Senate tills morning resumed consideration of the Illver ami Harbor hill the pending question lielng on Mr. Fryo's proposed amendment respecting bridges over the Harlem River. Mr. llnwlcy offered nn nmendment to this, providing that the new bridges shall be without nny draw spans or draws or openings. After a long discussion the nmendment offered by Jlr llawley for solid bridges was re jected, yens 22, nays 20, and the amend ment offered yesterday by Mr. Fryc, for drawbridges, was laid on the table without division, but with tho under standing that the whole question would be determined by the conference com mlttce. ANOTHEn rtHSOLUTION DT MR. QYAY. This afternoon Mr. Q...

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. — 16 August 1890

TIIE DAILY CRITIC, SATCRDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1(3, 1890. Tiie Daily Critic CUT HPKOtATiB. How t Tht fur ntwnt? Toe MM M6 It OT T. 1 Mahogsny Sideboard-twiner pries. JX: tow MSB , i aixteonth cwrnty Sntte-SChstrs, t M hoare, t TaMe former prW. : " J i rrtet Suite, 8 rtee-former price, ; no nn. These aw only a few of the sjeiltt marked good, and these price are for csh and no deviation isfll be maw. W. H. HotoWTHit Co , mgamt t r st ! tr. Itndden'a ItefrlRerator, Itnhy Cnr tlE, Kte , Hfe. TW rermn1tt lestallment eitabll Ament l cmtrnhy located t 0 and to Seventh Unci northwet, end t now making cot xl e on Refrigerators, Bahy CsrrlMT, end an other line of fnoi needed for the sum -met Good sold on a cash basis; on easily t aid lntalUnent. The Nntlnniit Safe lleptwlt Unmrmny. Cor. t8lh St. end J). V. Aventte. storage for si.rerware, Jerelry, t.aoss. Fine Oond end valuables of all kind. Cbarsr moderate Safe deposit boxes for rent at the very lowest rate. -. DAUGHTERS OF THE RETOLUTTON. A Ne...

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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. — 18 August 1890

PKIOE TWO GISTS. 22D YBAH NO. 6,S77. WASHINGTON, D. C. MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 18, 1800. POLITICAL NEWS QUAY RECOGNIZED AS MOIIETHAN A MERE POLITICIAN. THE OLD-FOGY SENATORS SURPRISED. His Resolution Goes Over Under the Rules Till To-Morrow. A POLITICAL GAME OF FREEZE-OUT. "No Fore Bill, No Tariff," is tha Threat of Republican Members Reed in an Avenging Moed, After ht Ineffectual attempt last Saturday to lnlroduco his onlcra regulat log tlie business of tlio session, Senator Quay, Just boforo adjournment, gave formal notice of his Intention to amend tbo standing rules and orders of tho Senate. As printed in tbo Con?nnioMtl lltcortl tbtso proposed orders aro as fol lows, Ordered 1. That during tha present ea- slou of Congress the Senate will not tako tin for consideration any legislative business other than tbo ponding hill (II. R. 9110), conterenco reports, general appropriation Mils, pension bills, hills relating to the public lands, to tbo United State courts, to the postal service...

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. — 18 August 1890

f THE DAILY CEITIC, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18, 1890, HB Daily Crtttg ABB CAOTAT-. 21st Pnft Timeeratte DttUg Ptptr Pah lukrt t Wmhtngton. nnmn Byntma wAMiJWro? cmrio c.nr.f. cypres C46 0 TKT HOrtTHv ST, WAWHHWTO. CTTT, D. C. ' By nftfl ft prM. I tt 5s " t month ttir'tithsthsetty. Itsontn TimCHlflC WaaMtttftoa, .C. WAtirfWt. 1). C. Arotrw 18, lflW. quays nrnumos. Qtmt will not permit limn to defeat lil Ja kit purpose to poat porta the Frtte Mil, but he Ik wllllft to fire Die tatntor from Massnchnsetta and rtbtr Womt amlthwwIeT Seimtnrs a r nance to nakiasl their sectional guns. He bat agreed with them oa this com rrOHirw. lie will pre kit resolution in opt Senate therefore, ami In tilt rutaleg the resolution to poetpoae the lillt He advocates can deliver their speeches, la this way they cab net lie fore the country in their new-made bteerfy shirt. Then thiy will stmen tier, nntl the Mil will go over nntll sett tHr. GOOD FOIt KOTIIING. A ttirtie-beailetl oommlstltm Is good lor nothing...

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. — 18 August 1890

THE DAILY CEITIC, MOKDAY EVENING, AUGXT 18, 1890. AT THE CAPITOL. ftflJiMOClTY AND IHCTAMATtOH 4N TUB TARIFF BILL m mm mm mmsm BH fi H&? Wfce Sto at lie Iwtewe f lite Alilhtefl)T'-PHw- lags f the Hsuse. SiwtOr JWfaTiwra this morntnf fjiftetlaj tke foiimvlBt; unrtmlmetit to the Thttf UN: "TVrat wuenem the President of the UnltW States shall ! satisfied thai any sugar prmlncing country, whence sugar Is txpVwtal to the United States, has nlKrlUliHl its duties or taxes upon the importation of the principal agricultural products of the United States, he may tty proclamation diminish or remit the duties Imposed hy law upon siiRar or any Class thereof produced in anil exported direct from any such country to the United States for such porlotl of time as he shall think fit, so long as such products of the United States are admitted free of duty or tax Into such country and no longer.' It is thought Senator Edmunds was selected hy the Administration to pro pose this amendment to giro It ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 18 August 1890

THE DAILY CBITIC, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18, 1890. The Daily Oniric VXXT KPJtOIAJia. tY. H. llnvghtmt Oo.M Imm HeHttetremi. ; exenrtne their lovely Patlor Suites. ." It ppc for tW ilthrr In Cherry r solid K . Half prlr ft t all nnteamvnable got. wh patterns of carpets that eamiit he i "plicated, at price which will surprise Vr n Art to hf shown those 9olM Oak Hod . Snl(- . pMMi. for lit. Aln their tti, i piecae, of jvim oak Bad room soit ThiclMtM atv nil rutm. and will, no ilciiht, plea the mo t fastidious pur.-hasrr. AH orders for wallpapering for the next two vnii at SSmr cent dteronat, at w It. Hornnro A To . 181 ltan street n'rlhet Itntlcten's Hefrlsrernmrs, Hnby Car tinge. Ke , Ktti. This retranslate Installment rstahll hnwnt 1 entrant located t Ml aad Mt Seventh i reet northwest, and J BOW making out -rlre on Ire frlgerators, Behy Carrlaswa. and i) other line ot good" areded for the snm mer Ooorisrnld on a eash batts; on easily paid Installment. The Naltonnl Snfe llrpoalt Comp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 19 August 1890

22D YEAH NO. 0,878. WASHINGTON, D. G TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. POLITICAL NEWS CAUCUS TO-NIGHT TO CONSIDER THE FOItCE HILL. IT MAY DENOUNCE QUflTS RESOLUTION. Edmunds Very Much Disturbed in Body and Mind, AHGRY WITH THE PENNSYLVANIA MAN. Congressman Blanehard Renominated, New Laws in Mississippi Looking to White Supremacy. 8cnnlor Quay, nt tlio request of Sen ator Hoar, graciously permitted tils resolution to go ovor vrtthoiit projudlco until tomorrow, Tlio antediluvian Senator from Massachusetts wants to speak to also against tlio resolution, and lie overs that ho cannot prepare himself boforc to-morrow. Ho requires n great deal of mental primping these days beforo ho Is ready to mako a speech. ' President Harrison and Speaker Ilecd f ' nro laboring, as tho novelist would say, force the passage through tho Senate of the Forco bill. Tho I'rostdcnt, of courso, Is using his control over tho pa tronage as a bludgeon wherewith to beat down opposition. Tho Speaker...

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. — 19 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1800. er - -- - She Daily Critic ANnCATTTM. fftt Onig Prmorrntit Dnfg Piper Pub Ufte4at Wathington. T.I I VMV XtHtNd TTAtHMmtOJi omne co.hpat. otrrci: Jk jf. ik n w WAHBTWWm CTTTt P C. mm or scncmpftcw. By Snt"MtT rrepaM), I J 8 imtlt m ViUnflntBe!ry. lssonta THCHlflC MID AJ'SS'l. WMMamok. . a i mm in " '' " ' fl?Amnt. D. C ArorsT 1. 1SW. Qatjt rt IHI 1 ' -" '" A KiUSOKAflLE IrBttAXD. 1 M rTctmMfcsns of Kansas We n frpimrtnnlty now to slow tnnlr fritta by mlr works, bnt tbry will not. yfe mske this statement In view of in ftct tint the colored ItermWicaas of innl State, recently In contention nt Saltan. rletnsfKtat the place of auditor, or tke Bernibltcan State ticket, for one ef theft number Tnr is a reasonable demand, la Kansas the colored men hare been kijal to the Republican party, and hare Keetrcd no reward, Intlewl, If it were not for the colored vote of Illlnot, In diana, Ohio. Pennsylvania, Mtssachu Htts, 7tw York and Connecticut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 19 August 1890

THE DAILY CBIT1C, TTEHDAY EVENING, AUG I st 10, 1800. AT THE GAPITQL HOAR WILL HAVK A OHANCI FOR A BLOODY-SHIRT SPSKE mam RtSOLUTlOK XGAIX 60ES OYER. Dfiskilg HiMtl. BLAIR THREwTEIIS A FOUR-HOURS SPEirSH Aiti Starts (forma IbI WilMrawis a MntJnTlie "Nb Ftata BUI, No Tariff Bill" Thml Mr. Qwtr's resolution, prnvMros; for a vto an the Tariff WH on (Ue 8th in stant, ami to postpone till next Decern Dor tmnsJileretlon of the Federnt Blec lion bill and some other molten, was hl'l before the Senate this mornlnr. Mr. Hoar said he desired to address the gostc on tho subject, but would rJreior to do so to-morrow. Sir. Quay said he had no objection to the resolution going over without ireju dlec n nd with the understanding that it would be taken tip then, so the resolu tion went over till tomorrow. Mr. FlutnVs resolution offered yester day to prevent the sale of liquors in the Senate wing of tho Capitol was taken up and Mr. Duller moved an amend ment directing the Sergennt-at-Arms to make dal...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 19 August 1890

TJJE DAILY CKITIC, TFERDAY EVENING, AITGITBT 19, 1890. TnE Daily Critic O ITT UPKOIAM. XV. u llenrhton A Co ' Immeus Itvrtncttami. Go tut r-rattrae their lovely ratlor Sattes f i MeWM for tHO Either tn ( htrrr nfH . Haft price fc r all mweaanaabte Mods fuel patterns of Carpets that cawi'it be dmmfiM. t pricea which will irarejrtM Jfc. Jrtji he shown tho-ie SolM Oa ww roofa fntrea, 1reoe, for In Alsw theft Jtt, LtWK of StIM Oak Bedroom mtw TMH mlW ate All Daii, and win, no doaM. pMra the mo-1 fasttdtoni pwchaeer. All MNh tor Wan pepcrtn for the next tiw wks at fiipet cent (mro-nt, at w H Horonn C- ', IH ln F street northwest 11 ml den's ltefrJrernmrs, llaby ear thier, Hie . Kte. TV fWpomlMe ttHtallment establishment la centrally located at 999 atd Sevetrth sirwt northwest, and I now maMf ent 3flew en Refrigerators. Baby Carriage, ami all other lines of ood needed for the ram mer, flood" -old on a cash basts; on easily paM raatalltnents The Nattnnnl re Hermit Uompnny, CWr. Irttli St. ...

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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