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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 20 August 1890

j3: 1 1 22 0 YEAR NO. 6,879. WASHINGTON, D. C.a WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1800. PBIGE TWO OJS2rf. POLITICAL NEWS SCENE IN THE SENATE OVER THE WAY RESOLUTION. FRYES SIGNIFICANT DIG AT EDMUNDS. "Cowardiee Never Yet Won a Iktlle or Kept a Fritnd," PULLIHO TOGETHER AGAINST TOM REED. Blaise, Hale and Frye in (be Same liar ncn '-Qoaj's Labor Party Sekemo Will Fait-Qemip. A fair stKcil audience gathered in f the Senate Chamber ibis morning, at tracted by tbo hope of an oxclltng de bate on Mr. Quay's resolution. The men's galletlcs were filled, while a number of ladles occupied seats in the palleilcs set apatt for the fair sox. The correspondents and reporters were out in force, nearly filling tho press gal lery, something that occurs only whon something out of tho usual run Is ex pected to happen. "When tbo President pro tempore laid the Quav resolution boforo tho Senate. tho Silurian fossil from Massachusetts took tho floor. Ho unrolled a largo buudlo of parchment nnd proceeded to rea...

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. — 20 August 1890

THE DAILY CI.iTlC, WEDNESDAY EVENIHG, AUGUST 20,1890. -TUB DAILY CRITIC M - n awd cArrrAi. jtkt Vnty Dmoerntie Diilg Pnptr Pnb - bsJtwtal Wmhinqtni. MMT ttWtM4 jprstoimttvitm emtio romp.vKT M o tTnaT north vi WAfflfflfrWR CITY. 0 C. ttMW W WrBBCWPWoJ. WMdMlHtprwmtrrat " "I moats. . . ! .Uf!tnTotbecttv. Jmonth A '"" TAICKITIC W MMttffnAv 0 tiTTLE HOLMES A ft t HrRtcTl.SY fa Heiratorcans of Major McrTr Xevr district 1ft Oblo eymtets that tbe libit to rfrelcet htm Tvill b a bstrl traffic. T1m fare reitit feting of the State tir lata (be Major's district Sotrnti Coufttr, wbrch has a tUftrifttri tVirceratto majority of 9.000, and tnlde Itfelf on tb fact that It never bat lad a KepoMlean Representative la CMfftsa. "If tba Democratic aaajorltr but 1,000 or 1 M we wouldn't lb la ft Back of It." fM a stauvcb tp. 'porter MJitrKiRtat few iajrs ago, "but vita a aajoth of more than 3,000 to ottreotM we rearl that we will aate to wora bard ao'l mean to do tt." Mr. JlcKiRt.RY'a popularity ' railed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 20 August 1890

THE DAILY CHITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, IKK). AT THE CAPITOL. PROCEEDINGS OF THE S0ATE ARD THE H0U3 TtMHT. CUAYS RESCtOTWR WUCTEHIfOR. 1h lUttm lttTtttit-tfon Hl Tlii liftliMHnr wRtsit Mr Quay's rwoltrtkm, fltltm the lime for voting on the. Tariff Wll ami shelving the Federal Bleetfois Mil, tmme i In the Semite tbll mom leg. Mr. Hnar demanded the yens Mnl nays on Agreeing to the reeotaUnn, awl fieri offered the two amendments, ot which he had given notice yesterday one lo Include the Federal Wll In the proposed order of business, and the other (In the nature of a sttbslltiitc) to provide for ilemAnuIng the previous question. Mr. Quay gave notice that he would ask h division of the subject when the vnte should be taken. Mr. Hoar then liegan hie speech la advocacy of his amendments ami at U conclusion Mr. Spooner moved the reference of the resolution to the Oim mltleo on Unlet. Mr, Frye opposed the reference and advocated a change In the rules so as to shut olT debate on the T...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 20 August 1890

TIIE DAILY CUmr, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGT'ST 20, 1890. 8 1 i Tnis Daily Critio Gixr mtimiAha, n. ttevrthtott (?. tmiMMt KMneHoit. Go ti examine their lovely Tarlot Sn- '. MxptettarerfNO Kttherin awrrforTOlM . Half rrtrefrtall nnse-xonabteirooR Jn tiaitenia nff rmti t,t Mktirit he annrrearea. ai nrices wnten win sn, r:e nn Atk to IM shown tl ki Soltd own Bed 114. Ar their IM. tootn Mrit. 1 tiletti. for S nttcm. of thm oak room nam. Ttm Rattea rc all Dawm, and mil. tto donnt.pteawe tbe most faMldkras rOTcnaeer. All oMet for Wall pepvn for the net two wmn at per cent dteomnt, at W Tl. Hot duto Co , lt-in r street northwest. ItmtMeti'ii MefrtirerntorK, Hy 0 rlre, Irte , Ute. Tnfe renpontrfMe Installment establltimnt Istentrahy located at 930 and 98 Seventh ttreet Borthwet, and H no maktn eat wire ofi ftefrlrerator, Baby Carriatra. and all otter linen of mod needed tor the mm net. Oocd'foM on a cash basts; on easily paw Installment. The Nfettmiitl ftf terwtt Omntwir, 0r. tilth St. iirt N....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 21 August 1890

22D YEAH NO. 6,880. WASHINGTON, D. C, TI1UKSDAY EVENING, AUGUST ai, 1890. PRICE TWO OlSNTS. POLITICAL NEWS REPUBLICANS SORRY H)R GIVING AWAY THE CAUCUS SECRETS. DIRTY LINEN TO BE PRIVATELY WASHED Explanation as to Why the Quay Resolution Was Not tolled Up. WHAT A DEMOCRATIC SENATOR SAYS. Interesting Gossip of the Situation Generally-Lwh Makes Some Serious Charges. I A goodly audience had gathered In Uio Senate Cbntnbor this morning to listen to tho continuance of the debate on tbe Quay resolution, lint that cele brated resole was pot beard from. Sena tor Plumb's resolution, concerning tbe Bale of liquors, wines and beers In tbe Senate restaurant was discussed, but not acted on. Ills resolution concern ing tbe cbarges arjalnst Lieutenant Guy was ndoDtcd. This braco of resolves and Mr. Quay'8 wcro Intro duced on tbe same d ay, Tho specta tors, particularly tbe correspondents who tlironpcd tbe press gallery, fairly held tbclr brcatb as tbe President pro (emjxjre announced the adoption ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 21 August 1890

m I THE DAILY CRITIC , TIU'RSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21,1890. STUB Daily Critic and cai-itm. mtMM watmngia. smttv nvnmna 3tBtttr0?r CRITIC IKMIrUS frFPCsV d43 B ttTtlMif MORTHWBSt, WlMHB!fMEiQ9f CSFtt. d. C ifcWI..fc.ii n ift i-Ki in lml minim ... rcn . - . TatKINI 6 tCBSClBI'tl'M. Mil (postage tsrp!t), 1 jew fS 00 " tBOBlIl,.... S ttit'ttnecnMmoKth .. a Address -.. - . TJHB UKITITJ. fit Dstptet v, )wtm. D. .. A toss St. !. . ,dmmm ..i'tuMetrnmiWaium nirniasnm.T.ii.i.1. .in i ,.i .a. , , tf f H-Oirr tO BE 8TOPP1D It s t$ stacking' The Mugwump fsfxtt trttt abns the member of tbe tistelBJttwttOB' And trothlvt; cue stop titer, orders Mr. Ws.istARB cm be Itttnced to exclude them from the mails. JSew, there It Mr. BRKRarr (3w York ittitct) day ftr day saying something, tsai Matt be lacerating to the feelings f high ftermblfcaa offrcvre. For in tta, 1st other day he emails called atteBtfca to the fact I flat "old KM JfAWt" hew dreadfully dfsrwpectfiil lilt Is 'has a fon .Tons i promising youn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 21 August 1890

THE DAILY CKITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, VUm'vr 21, 100. AT THE CAPITOL. LTQIDH IN THE SENATE AM IN toe smim a i'i wilt PTR PLUKB S RESCLUTlOff DISCUSSED. Mewrs. UbTi'g rTefWty Itctifri from Uhj Ofttfatrai f tin Alfn Latf AtttMr frrtewaltfi. Contrary to fewml expwtMkm lira Quay mohttfofc urn not tft up Hi tin flcnMto rfctffBg tl ttftratag Sowr, awl at 11 o'clOc tbe 8el rwtntrl eon sMeratlnn of th Tariff Mil. nt tub Bote. It requited a call o( the lions to ob tain a quorum this morning, tort wasting- a half an nonr. Mr. Henderson of 1111 trots, clrtlroMn of ihe Ommttlee on Iltms and liar irT8, repotte'l IhfJ Hirer ami Hatbor W1I, asking anon concnrrenee in all the Senate amendments, ami agreeing to toe conference asked by the sentfte. Mr. Ketr made the point of order that the amendments must first be con sldered in Committee of the Whole. Sir. llcmietson then withdrew the report, statins he would make it to morrow morning as a privileged report. In the morning; limir Mr. Buchanan again ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 21 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TIIITPPAY EVENING, AUOrST 21, 1890. The Daily Critic vitv nrraxAL3. IV II llonchtnn Co, insmetH ItetlaetMtf. Go Mt examine their lovely Parlor 8nlte fit pferti tor o Bit her In ChrryoTrtM pm . Half ripe ft t el 1 rme wmMe goo K etrck Mrtterm of Carpets that cannot be aMMM, at prices which will sorprts ik to ne nown inose sovra i w- 3 pre, ror o, aiso tneirsra. . of SnIM 0k Md-rontB SaitM. ffies ire all DAtmdt. and will, fto BM. ftlMM th fnm I rustMtnns nntfhawr. Aft otdws tor Wall papering for the oest 19 w t per cent dincww, at W H. Hoi nnrm A Co , lfl IfSn p street Boi-tineest Itnrtdcn's Hefr1remtr, ttnby 0r rtne, Kte . Kte. "fats rfrBRlhle Installment estabtltmont Itteatrauy located at 9 and MS Seventh stMWt northwest, and Is now maMn ewt Jjtota on Fefrterator, Baby Cerrlasw. W ail mWlliw. nt mods needel tor the meli- mwsom on a cssn oasi; on easily tostaHmeats. inn The Natlnnnl Safe DepiMlt Cwmrmny, r. tilth St. nml It. V. Avenue. aw for st:rer.re. jewelrr. Lac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 22 August 1890

PRICE TWO GENTS. 22D YEAJt NO. 6,881. WASHINGTON, D. C, 3FKIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1890. POLITICAL NEWS 1HERE WILL HE NO FEDERAL COERCION AT THE POLL", AT LEAST NOT DURING THIS MUM. Senator Quay Succeeds in Having tho Eorco Bill Postponed. SECRET SESSION HELD THIS MORNING. Hoar Is Lei Down Easily, and Gets an Empty Honor News and Gossip of the Situation. As slated In Tub Cnrrtc yesterday, n confctcnco oPRepubllcan Senators was hold last night at Senator McMillan's residence. It was well attended, and those not present In person were reprc ecntcd by proxy. The result was a complete victory for Senator Quay. It was decided to let the lorco bill go over until next winter. To let Senator Hoar and his allies down easy, a committee was appointed tn consider tho situation and report a substitute for all tho pending resolu tions, substitutes and amendments. Tho barren honor of chairman was ac corded to Mr. Hoar. This committee met In secret session at tbo Capitol this morntnir. It is thoug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 22 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, FJUDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22,1890. 2hb Daily Critic AHJCAHTAT. 3t Ortlf Ttmotrattc iTtotfjr Paper Mud At WtuMngton. Bianr mnmnrna tttn rA9tfmnn oRtrie cttattvtst. OFFICII : 4 S SfRMt mjftTHWiST. itAtmtmrox crnr. n. c. fUMS OT StlWCHIPfRW. By SHU tMH rtepaW. 1 yea tn " l month tiWjtrttfaa elty. tmoatb A"" TitscKlTlO, WatiransJfWfti u. IX aniiW. .ii m rl.....i-ll.." i iii.i ' m i WAMtM. C. C Atmrst II. lWk r --- - - - - HISTORICAL MISTAKE. Al Ifct dlniiM given to President Hah HtKW hi Boston last ww, Ira mM, Wkta tki tithe for speech making b I UTTIVW: Th PtesMrtl of the United States, who Tf k war bate bt, from tfc first to tie lass, as alw ays found la tin cltlten tWttM Mataectwsttta stamtcfe supporter of IS futon's Conttttttttoa. Ura Chicago Tinm takes Mr. IIanri rtW to task for making this fluttering nsMtk which shows that he Is not al together tip In "history of the ItepuWIc that hM made him Its Chief Magistrate." "We think, all things omtltlereil, the Tlmtt Is a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 22 August 1890

THE DAILY CKIT1C, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1800. AT THE GAPITQL. MATTERS rUTHSR BBlt. AT Tlfc HOUSE ON THE II ILL The Tariff Talk ffrtes Monfttonbnsly On, The Imtrlet Committees Not In Session trtnnJlnreli' "HI rHm the Ilhn.e. Kp niniTim wm present whwj Urn Semite met thrs morning. A roll mil dlfroveral only ibiTty-ternn Snnn tors Within flte minutes month other sdons stalked in, wrapped In tilUnlty nr.il Untight, to make a quorum, ami tbc sedate session began. Jlr riumb was not on hand, ami his Hfolutlon concerning llqnors In the Pen Me restaurant went orer tilt to mor- TOW Mr. Hale offered a resolution direc ting the Secretary of the Navy to tnves tlgate nlleged defects In castings for that Tcrartment furnished bythe Standard Btetl Company of Thtirlow, Pa. Adopted. The Senate passed House Wll to Amend the net of 1874 for the relief of settlers on railroad lands. The Tariff bill was taken up. Mr. Mr Pherson's amendment to parnirraph 1G2, page 40, to substitute a uniform rate of 2...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 22 August 1890

THE DAIIiT nrfrnm FTJIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1890. " I i? n The Daily Critic oxrr VKC1AT,B. XV II. llerachtftti X- Co. ' Imtnewee Hesttielton. (Jo at examine tbt lovely rarlor Snltes Fir rdwefs ft 3 Ittherln f herry or soIM . Ran rrtf-e fcr all unseasonable gnods nch patten of carpets that cannot be dopnoatrt, at price which wit! sarptlse Trn As to he shown thaw Solid Oak Bed t"om SMrsj. 1 pieces, for $18 Aim their S. 3 plW, of SolM Oak ittdrontn suites. Thejsj Mica are ail Dinrm and will, no rtnnM. plats the aim t fftsttdlmts pnrenasw Allorteri for Wall papering for the next mo ww ai sipr cent nisronni, ai w H IToi nnTo ft Cn '. iris ti T street nort hwest Mntlden rtrrMjrerntnrv, Hrthy Our- rlncrs. lite . Kte. . This responsible Installment establl drmont I'lentraliy located at mo and MS Seventh Mreet northwest, and Ik now mating cut -rlee on Itefrtgenitors, Babe Carriage", and all other lined of goods needed for the (ram mer Snodssold on a cash beats, on easily 1 aid Installments...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 23 August 1890

10 r- "- - JwceSWiPtiatr" PRIGS TWO OJENTSi 22D TEAR NO. 6,882. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1800. .1 I M QUAY'S YIGTORY THE SENATORIAL MARLBOROUGH INS HIS BLENHEIM. DEKCGRATIG CONFERENCE LBT NIGHT. At Which an Honorable Proposition Was AccepUd FOSTFONINQ THE ELECTIONS MEASURE. Congress Will Now Be Able lo Adjourn During SeplemberWindom's Order Relieves the Money Market. It Is over. The fight Is ended. The Force bttl Is dend. And tt makes a mighty ugly corpse. Lato yesterday afternoon Senator Juay went to Senator Gorman and out lined to him the agreement which had been arrived nt by tho Itcpuhllcan Sen. ators In their Thursday night confer ence. Mr. Gorman said he thought that would bo ncccptablo to his party colleagues. IIo agreed to ascertain their views nnd communicate them to the Kcystono statesman, who has for Eome days held the key to the situation. The itepubllcan conference simply agreed to closo general debate on the Tariff bill on August 80, to proceed un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 23 August 1890

TOE PAIL.Y CHITI( PATI'RDAT EVENING, AUGUST 23,1890. I ITins Daily Critic AWH AOTAf. (totf Jtmot'HiHe Paxtf PttfWT Pnh- 3nST mnmsm wmntnfton. Mrti TVASiiirWrOx OKiriB comr.twt. CFFTC1: 4 B STRtrf NORTHttiST, WASHWWNW OUT, j THUMB Of Al'MUMr-flU!. By wB lywante prenoM), 1 year $s 1 month ttw tfr the env. 1 wpntti THUCrtrTie fttH 3fcHfts B.C. WAls. D. C AwtW 88. WW. 3WT DBAl). BUT SLEgftXO. Tl Form Mil is not denti Qbat )hh jmt It to sleep for a Iffttfs white. Tal k til. Urst winter h wffi ha wlllfrnwono attain, nml will be rerr JlfejanahannnBhA 1m fMMmMtnt diecnsnton nwt netton on Mte Ml Qcat Hi wta. Ben If PewMWfMIe trofwolttfrn to the 1 piTC M Horn nenfliire cowld be overcome Itjr tmmmmty Mtlon on the part of the mJwhr of the fiate, the bill could not he enacted mm! jrot to the President in shape to be e scented before the Ant of October, at the enrllesl. He wotiM liave, tht'. only one month before tlief iftivimbtr eltttlotis In which to put Into operation the cumbersome mil ettlnc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 23 August 1890

st " " " EB(tr,,S3Bl'IB9WSWt5lt4f' THE DAILY CEITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, AUOTTST 2!J, 180O. Ii I AT THE CAPITOL EULOGIES OF TllB LAf B 8KRAT0R BrKIlTiiffSilNAT& ARRANGING BUSINESS FOR TKE TTOUSI. Mr. Tarswy Rimte a Sfelmwt in Captain Lion's Paper, BILLY" MASON GOES FOR WANAHAXIR Btricss Charges Made Against the Pl- BiaaUrGeneral Jbbn Fingers With LfflslatraB. The Senate met at noon. The day vras devoted to eulogies on the lute Sena tor James 13. Beck. Mr. Blackburn made the opening ad dress nn eloquent tribute to the high character, broad statesmanship, and domestic virtues of the dead Senator. Benators Inealls.Vest, Allison, Bvarts, and others followed with eloquent and fcclintr addresses. in TriE nouss. In the House Mr McKlnley, from tho Committee on Utiles, reported a rule, setting apart Thursday and Friday of next week for the consideration of tho bills constituting eight hours ndny's work, and relative to alien contract labor. Adopted. Mr. Tarsney rose to n qnostlon of privil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 23 August 1890

THE DAIIr CIUTTC, PATTT.DAY EVENING, ATJQUPT 23, 18B0. & 33 i It The Daily Critic oitt arxaiAZB. AT. II, Uotuchton Uo 's Irnitiettso lleitnettnn. MM examine their lovely Parlor KHtes I ror sno Jntner in inmi or smm r prtce- fer all nneoirn!e (jona m oi UBTpeis mai pmiira at price whteh ltf MtBrtte o be shown those 1M o i rwee. ror sib, aimi new s, SIM oik fcadroom Snttes ate nil DArsrts, and wttl, no i tM nw t rasTMlons pnrpnascr r wall nanerln for th next te w!t at S3 pw cent dtcnnt, at W It Hoi onto (V ', 131 t F trent northwest. Rmtden's Itrrrlgsrntnr, llaby Our rlner. Ml t e. TM rwnonttl Installment establlitinKmt lseeptralfr loc tally locate at wo ami aw sern.n etnet rtafthrvest, and Is now mafctuic rat i on ltefrtgeratots, imny i all (iUmi lltww of tnnlt nemfl fir the (mm wmm ana met. (fewria sold on a cash basis, on aaslly pm Installments. The Nntlonnl Snfe Deposit Unrnpuny, Oer. tilth St. ami N. Y. Arcane. Stweite tor S'.renvara, Jewelry. Leoes !fi (renin and valuables o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 25 August 1890

PRICE TWO OlNTS. 22D YEAH NO. 6,883. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25, 1800. f It' M ii hi. pf I :' POLITICAL NEWS TM1MJT0 FIX A TIME TO VOTE ON M'KINLEY'S DILL. LIKELY TO GOMMEN&E ONSEPTEMBER 8. Lodge's Election Bill is Hot Men tioned, and Goes Over. IT MAY NEVER BE HEARD OF AGAIN. What Its Advocates Count On-r'0arson at the CapitolDelware Demoirats Working in Harmony. In ttio Sonale this morning Mr. Al drlch made the formal proposition for tbo closing of tlio debate on tho Tariff bill. He named September 1 (Monday) nslbodfty for closing general debate, nnd the Gilt as tlio day for bogtnnlng to vote on tbo bill nml amendments. Mr. OoTman suggested Hint tlio dates be cbanged to September 3 and 8, re spectively. To tbls Mr. Aldrlcb as sented. On Mr. riumb's objection tbo matter went over until to-morrow. No mention was mado of Ibo Forco bill. Hut tbls sllcnco was more elo quent than a Spooncr speccb. Tbo programmo Is tbat given In de tail In Tin: Ciimc last Saturday. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 25 August 1890

TIIE DAILY CRITIC, -MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25,1890. in b'i Ikb Daily critic ASA f APTTAT. Skt Oust Dmetrtitie Dntij Ptip JV. as&wt at Fattontflo. aaWMsm., . , . tiit rf?TCl: 648 1) STUB rtCKf HWtSt, AmiWTO! cmr. n. c "ill urn TflNMB &t SKTMCKIPttOS. By ma tbrotaae prepaid), t yea i " lmofitb M ttf ttt tbe etty.t month ,. ft TMBCMlTtO, tea 0 Street T?Aiti(. D. C AtWMf S. law, aMw&.tt in HISS'S RKSIOJTATloy. fortrnfeftober His says fee (torn not aflfme lk anton of the rtrttofs whf are praying tae rrtetttent Hot t rpt liH risiaastlon. of course )m ffW ot. Nobody sntpecti tMt fete mtf iwtloii km a string to tt with -wkitk to Intends to pntl It back. Ant, ftrtto!eet, the petition t a timely MMjrtimtttt to him, and It should he titled by etery cltlren who admires a irnWk1 officer, modest, competent ami deroud to a faltfefnl rftsehnrfe of his trtttto. The office soujrht line, ami It sboithl beep him If It run OUT OF thk snow ijusikkss. General HrrooA.x, Commissioner of dlB Affa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 25 August 1890

THE DAILY CIUTIO, MONDAY EVENING, AUOI'ST 2f, 1800. ' fc- r b M l!! f I'1 U.' I ,' f AT THE CAPITOL, TROTEEDIRW OP Tlttt mm m Tim l!DUS TtMUT. MB flLDRICH'S TARIFF RESOLUTE. Be Says the OWitry AXrWt Aw&ita Senatorial Dlikenliie-As la- qniry Ini toe Strike, In the fenaie Mr rittmb'arewlnUoo, mating to the sale of lrtKrs, want f vcr, owing to th absence of Messrs Llalr and Bntter, who hate proposal amcmlments Mr Aldrlch then nlt Unit the butl ntsa of the cottntry was In a stat of anxious suspense, nwattlnr the result of the Senate's deliberations on the Tariff 1)111. He then submitted n prnpo filllon which ho asketl unanimous con sent to have adopted. It was that tho consideration of the hill proceed to the exclusion of all other business except appropriation bills and conference re ports, to and Including September 1, sub ,1ect to general debate, and during Sep tember 2, 3 and 4 subject to the fire minute tulo, and that on September 5 and thereafter the consideration shall contin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 25 August 1890

igiMaM 'eujaseg.' THE DAIT.T CBITIO, MONDAY EVENING, AUGFflT 25, 1890. 'a.Ji'WUIWgW'EWMWMWIMWW ,1 i The Daily Critic aixr BVKOIAM. f. II. Ilottrliton Co lmw HiMtKtfftm. Be- Mrt examine tbetr lovely Ptlrr Snttes. srw Ss ret son miner in rnerry or wm Atf nnr fin. nil nniMiMnimhtft food. MterM or carpets that eaimot be ted. M tirirM Whtah Will snrnrtS! Art; to 1 shown those Solid Oak Bed tea, 1 pieces, for . Also tnctrsss, ot SolM Oak Bo room Snlte. ItM ire nil rArtlr. mid WW. no OOttM. pnMRe the moit fatMloin pmvharr. fiB oMvt for Wallpapering for the next wMs at jw cent dtor.mst, at Wis ign F trcet northweit. Itndtlen'a rtetrlirerntnr, Itthy Car rtnge, Kte., Kte. Tata retponstbte Installment establl hment tsientniliy locate at wo and w Seventh itmt northwest, and l now making ent jhcm on Refrigerators rVahy Carrtaites, and fl nMser lines of good nemted for the -IM IfeMdawM on a cash basis; on easily PhM ItlSUMlinents. The Nntlnrml Snre Deposit CBrntmny, Uor. lath St. anil N. V. Avenu...

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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