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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 26 August 1890

It T. 22D YEAH NO. 0,88. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2(5, 1800. PBIOJE TWO Gl&NS. n A I' 'A M h' POLITIGAL NEWS UNANIMOUS CONSENT GIVEN MR ALDMCH'S RESOLUTION, TWIXT TWEEDLEDUM AND TWEEDLEDEE The Difference Illustrated by an Objection in the Senate. MR. PLUMB DIPS INTO THE CLASSICS, And Relieves His Mini Concerning the Democrats Budget of Interest ing News and Gossip. Mr. Aldrtch's "memorandum," of fered yesterday and which went over until to day In response to a gentle kick from Mr. Plumb, was again presented to tbo Senate. Tho presiding ofllcor Elated tbat unanimous consent was asked fcr having It entered as an order of the Senate. Objection was at once made by Mr. Morgan and other Democratic Senators to having the "memorandum" lake the shape of an "order of tho Senate." After on Interchange of valuable opinion on this great point Mr. Aldrlch mag nanimously withdrew that form and con fined his motion to a request for unani mous consent to tho "memorandum." ltcmar...

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. — 26 August 1890

' i&mi5WjmW'WWt&,s ayt-raft iTsia THE DAILY CKITK , TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2(5,1800, STUB DAILY CRITIC Ar cAOTAt . f Onlf Demoeratte Ihtdg Paper Pnb hMl at Wathington. V"i ftmmmm t," i .. lm iMtNlNQ jpratrGitm citmo cojufAST. orrc8: fflri 1 STKKtt iWttf WiT, WaSBtmrfOR CWY. 0- C. JfaWMfafc n i, nil IMIiii tin n m , i ' '" " nw8 o scwcHtrtios. i8 0ost prepaid),! year I month trtmln the eit?. lffionth TH8 CRITIC, t0 Street, WMftlnMMN 0- C, Win&reTOlt, D. C Atcrrr 9. I8W. JfiOOSEVtatf AND OROSVKSOft, Mft. ItoOifcrBi,, t'ntteil State Civil fettle ContlnlsakmeT, hs bt ft bunt it tchgne vdta If on. Mr. atwsvBsrow, frtmfctt of lie tower House of Om- Mr OnosTEiron had (wsertetl several things In relation to the dill mrrtee lt tad rules that were at once foolish ami nttrae. In asserting than things jbe dM aot intend to lie, tml he could ot kelp being footlsb. He vraa untruth M Wetoss lie wits Ignorant, and lie m oolttk Weans be did tint wish W be wis, for, in relation to tbe rtv...

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. — 26 August 1890

yfi THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUftVHT 20, 1800. t, ii r: r : ! AT THE CAPITOL UilK'EEDlNGS Of THfi StMB NDTHKH0tJSfiTKM)AT. i E1L AKD FlMt HJWE A TILT Over the Rewtatitt t Rm (hi, Grant's Remains. WRANGLE OYER THE CONBER LARD BILL, Si.tst.tu'e for tkeTerrey Buskrupky Bill Reported The OppisWaa to Ihe Eight-Hffar Measure. In the Senate, after the adopt! en of Jtr, Alilrich's memoramlum regulating the order of ilolMtc ami voting on the Tariff bill, the conferesee report on the Sundry Civil Mil was presented and read. Mr. Allison explained the report, which, after some dlKUMlon, was agreed to. The Tariff bill was then taken up, the lead echedtile being under consid eration. IN TUB 110U8B. There was less than a quorum present when the House met this morning and n call of the Houso was onloretl. A quorum appeared, and tho journal was read and approval. A wrangle arose ovor tho status of the Conger Compound Lard bill. Its friends Insisted that It came up as un finished business, ...

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. — 26 August 1890

TIIE DAILY CRITIC, TT'EFDAY EVENING, AUGIST 20, 1890. tit The Daily Critic OITT HrKaiAM. vr. ii Ilowchron A co.'s IfflflwBTHTO MM action. Oct art rxstttne their lovely rarlor Snlte. ttt trioejs roVtWt Bthertn ( IwrrtoT solid OS. Rif nrfrefcrHl ntineswiTMhletool. Ssw patterns of (.arrets that cannot be OMtNitei, at price which will sarprly JTft. l M h shotm titan 9otM Oak Bed roofs Salts. 1 prtra. for lis Also their JM. 3 Se, of 9orM Oik Wslfoom Snlte TMM9rrs are all Dinm, and Kill, no tanM-pleaae the most ftM!oin purchaser. Alietdertror WMl tper!ng for the nest twt) yrTCks at SB per ent dismast, at W H. Hoi orto'I Co . Kt Itsn F street Brthwet ltn4ttttmg rtefrhrerntoni. Hnby C'ar ttnti Hte . Mre. Thtu responsible fastaiiment estahthhracnt liitntnilif located at 990 aad W Seventh street northwest, and Is now iMb cat prices on Refrigerator. Baby Cairbwes. a-tid til other lines of goods needed tor the sum mer, (foods soM oa a cash basis; on easily paM Installments. The Nallnrml Safe li...

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. — 27 August 1890

W ifftppWW"" WpBsnjiai. hi i i mi jmpwpiW n "Viiiiini iiirll iIMlfolwjjMMi!n im " ' - -& MIICE TWO OJ2NT 3. 22D YEAH NO. G.8S5. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, lSOO. fi r! l r J ui A r M POLITICAL NEWS SENATORS DEFEND THEIR CHAR ACTERS FOR SOBRIETY. X THE DEBATE OM RECIPROCITY BEGINS. j Copyright Bill Adrwatee Are Doing More Harm Than Good, OHIO DEMOCRATS IN CONVENTION. v - . - . . AHmirahlA Phi farm ArfAMArl. and PArhMt Harmony PrevailsSflnth Ctrolina Democracy United. Notwithstanding Mr. Butler was ab sent aealn to day, tlio Senate took up Mr, Plumb's resolution to prohibit and stop tbc sale of spirituous, vinous and malt liquors In tlio Senate wing of tbe Capitol. Mr. Ilawloy expressed regret nt Mr. Butler's absence. Ho thought that Mr. Butler's amondmont, which was the first question to bo voted on, Lad been offered by that gentleman as a satire or joke. This amendment directed the Ser geant at Arms to mako dally Inspection of committee rooms and other apart ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 27 August 1890

THE DAILY CKITIC', WKDNTf-PAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 18no. H- Jl.W tTni? DAILY CRITIC AND CAHTV. Jth$ ffrtf Pmeerafte Dnttj Pip$r Pnf batata! WotMnfftoi. XRf lJfMlMd otrrct-. WAMtlNMUB CITY, O r. pfc Mmi ftp UtTMCMfttOiT. iiVWdl9tMWCVteMX1VM J lnMBtti...... nitrtM to elty. latent tt Wm" tm citrine. Wawkwww, D. C. Arorst 3t, 1W. 3?llfiCH ffroUATtoa CLAIMS. Wo call attention to on article from tho Chicago JVffone on the subject of too French Spoliation Claim, copied ts Mother column of Tub Cntttc. It H A forcihte presentation of the mutter, tat contains oh misstatement of fact. It it Mistake to suppose that these OtotM ftevr out of the Lonteiana jwr olMt, They were released to France y the treats- of September 30, 1900, In Ctwelderatton of ft release of the lift Vlittrfor failure to keep oar treaty of Tebranry 9, 177S, and to be release 1 rum that obligation In tbe futtire. If y of them belongs to attorneys or indium, the report of the court must phW the fact, for the law referring them ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 27 August 1890

V tf TIIE DAILY CRITIC. "WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGI'ST 27, 18110. HI ii r P I I L I n IN AN UPROAR STORMY SClllKOit T11B FMJOR OF TBI ROini TO-DAT. A FERGE Ht&-tO-HWB ElfGOWTTER. Mr. IMwiil of Htw tatqr 3ril at Senral Memrs, THE C0MBATA!m ARE SEPARATED Am.dst Ike Omkct OnMh-MeAto Bitterly Stores 0aB8B Tariff is the Staile. The Senate after the morning busi ness again took tip the tariff, the to bacco schedule being under consltlora tlon. IN TI1K I10U9B. The House met at 11 o'olook this morning. Mr. McClammy made the point of order that there was no quorum. A call of the Houso was ordered, and about noon n quorum was secured. Mr. Broetus moved to dispense with further proceedings under the call. Mr. Mason called for tbc yoas and nays, which resulted yoas, 140; nay?, 31. The Clerk then read the journal In the usual abridged form. Mr. Mason demanded Its reading in extenso, which was done. During the wrangle over the approval of the journal of yesterday Mr. MoAdoo mado an impassioned s...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 27 August 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDMIHDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1890. The daily Critic aiTT mrnaiAM. ?. ii. IlnKKhton c.'S IflrlfrlBW tsMfiettttiis. JjtoWrt examine their lovely rarlor 9nlte Klther in Chrrr or solid s for nil nnneasonawe (rood. of earner that eannot he nrloM which will sarnrlw Ast to I shown tnoe Mld Oak BM I fMtfJS. Sriwtv for in. Aho thelf fit, , 01 soim ot Bsaroo sows. ntres arc nil rto.ia. and Mil. no M. ptaMC the OMWt fartfdlmn purchaser. leMwsfor WMI Mperln for the nest ot rem nwnnn, II rtnrnHTnl V'- . ISIS lo F treet fmrlhwet. Ittottden's IttrtRrnrr, rtahy Cnr tine, Ittc , Kre. Tlrts responsible Install ment etabll ibmnnt 1st entrant- located at 930 and W Seventh tweet BottBwet, and j now maHrax cat 3lrs on Fefrtfferatori, Baby CarrlM, and M other line of ood needed tor the snm MWt. (food sold on a cash basis; on lly j Installments. The fs'ntHmal Snfm Ieptttt Ottmrmny, Ur. tilth St. ami N, Y. Avenue. .gtBTSsrs .for St.rerware, Jewelry, Laeea, nft went end mlnahles of all kin...

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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. — 28 August 1890

1ii jL '! PBIOB TfO OUSNTSr 22D YEAH NO. 6,SS0. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1890. 0 I ii !H POLITICAL NEWS sin. BYNUM'S ACTION INDORSED KY HIS CONSTITUENTS, HIS SPEECH AT THE (MENTION A Powerful Denunciation of the Tyranny of tear Rwd. SENATOR FARWELL IN YERY BAD HEALTH Be Will Not Be a Candidate for Re-elee- tJon Cleveland's Name Oheired by Wisconsin Democrats. BYNU.U TO 11BKD. THE INDtANTAN, RHXOMINATBD. PAYS IIIS UKSrECTS TO SrBAKBK 11RR0. IriiHANxroup, Isd., Aug. 38. Con gressman Vi llllatn D. Bynum wim re nominated yesterday by acclamation by the Democrats of the Seventh district. The conrcntton was large and enthusl nsttc. In his speech Sir. Bynum sntd: "Political life Under tho moat favor able conditions is In the end disappoint log. The greatest satisfaction and the highest reward that a public servant enjoys or can receive Is the indorsement of his course by his friends and sup porters. If my conduct has met tho approval of those who honored me with their...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 28 August 1890

THE DAILY nUTH TliriflSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 18p0. Stun Daily Critic AHO TAPTTAI . 1 II I ! f 07tl flSWWH'Ufft XMtff PitJWf - toted at Wmhingtnn. mxmnt mumtitHa j4AHi!mj oniric cohpaST. tf Awi!wrofc CWY. B C f mm or awwomrwoi. r a grow ipm, trat is " " " t nwntb ftntteftj. latent jafcigw i tf i n m "Hit "' ' " -"- - - - ,lf An6ttw. C. a. Atrausf , WW. mMan "in ,. I. . . . 2t. BYXVM REWOM1NATED. TH. If llt.tAM D. Bvsr, the cmtr ngtons tl ble Representative of tht 9mth Congressional district, wm rt iKtftlkftMl ysttattUr- Te nominating cenvtstkm wM large, an 1 wm ftnnml Into nthin by an eloquent speech cMti nominee. We rrabttsfe an extract jfaMh lW 9ft In another enlntnn of Oltli Otitic. Mr. Bvjtr Is one of the liKHit prominent and Inflnentlal mem bers of the Home on the Democratic stfte, ami will be returned by a majority largely hi exctn of the one that gave Mm Ms prMttt stnt. THE RKPUBLICAXS OP MAlNR The llermbllcan campaign In Maine h prOtTesdBt; In the most lively man Tier, and ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 28 August 1890

. TIIE DAILY CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 181)0. M r HIS BAD BREAK I HI! II I Mil BB TH VT BOMB FROM TUB MOUTH OF A VERY TILS CAIIM. il lEUDS TO AMlTIIEIt STOIIXT aCQIC. "- "- - - - In Which t Lie fe Again Pasnd Between Mi&tor MASON AND FUNSTON GET ENTANGLED. The Speaker Bmfawro t Pretest tke Latter, but Fails, and His Language Is Read to the Hmtte. The Pcnivtc to dy after trarrsaeUng routine business took up the Tariff bill, ami Mr. Altlrlcb. gave notice he rcuuitl cflflr two amendments to tho Hill, ex empting from duty stigar, molasses, tan and hides, with a Tlew to securing reciprocal trade. In the House, after Iho reading and approval of the journal, the Bpoaker tinted that the pending question was the vote on sustaining the decision of the Chair ruling that the Lard bill was unfinished business. The opposition to the Lard bill, so inmpnnt yesterday, seemed to have disappeared, and tho decision of tho Chair was promptly sustained by a vote of 130 to 10. Tho Lard bill...

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. — 28 August 1890

TIIE DAILY CEITIO, TJlUBflDAY EVENING, AUGUJST 28, 1890. The Daily Critic BJTF BPKOMAM. XV. M. Itonghtem On ' Imtnews Hertirettit. Jte mtt examine their lovely Parlor Saltes ipwn jot jw miner in imnr or soiin nu price rcr an wnwawnramo game patterns of carpets that cannot be sated, at nrim hfoh 111 surorle Ast t m shown thoe SolM Osk Bed i Snnw, piece, for $. Also their J, ol son oas: iwtftiin suites. frM an all Dime, ami trill. no iia i'ivihv bus unwt iirHwr'in miivuii ' - alhA bUt-.ia .) Ail oMers for Wall papering for the il itto weeas at taper cent (itreousr, at tv H Hornwroi Co '. 181 l F treet orthwet ltntlrten's Itefrigrjtn, llby Onr rlece. Kte , Kte. Ttos responsible Installment establishment Htentralit located at 930 and S Seventh tt northwest, and la now mating out jHees on Refrigerator", Bfcbr Carrlawaa. sad all otter lines of good" needed tor the i- . Hier. Ooodssold on a cssh basis; on eatly lM Installments The National Rare Iepslt Onmpnny, IMr. lath St. anil N. Y. Aeei...

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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. — 29 August 1890

f m3m 22D YEAJR N0 6,887. WASHINGTON, D. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 18 00. PHlGE TWO OJSNTSi M -i in, i'i l T POLITICAL NEWS SENATOR EDMUND'S RESOLUTION FOR A RECESS OF CONGRESS. TO PASS THE FORGE BILL ITS OBJECT. The Democrats, However, Will Keep It from Ever Coming to a Vote. TWO GOOD DEMOCRATIC SPEECHES. Congressman Wilson lo His Constituents and left. Chandler to the Democratic Societies of Washington. In llio Senato this morning Mi. Ed munds, who has returned refreshed and rejuvenated from his six days' furlough, offered tho following concurrent reso lution; "Jletolttd, That when tho two Houses adjourn on tho lDlh of September, 1800, It ho to meet on tho 10th of November, 1890." It went over under tho rules. Everybody wondered what tho reso lution meant. Whether It was Intro duced after consultation with other Itcpubllcan leaders, or whether It was nn Independent emanation of Sir. Ed munds' subtlo mind. It will bo recollected that when tho last contcrcnco of Itcpubllcan Sen...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 29 August 1890

vmwvvmrmimmm TIIE DAIT.Y CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20,1890, S'hb Daily Critic , AJtDrAMTAt. j?kl 9ftt Pmoeratte Ihilf Paper Pub- IMAM At nt'tongton. T?AtMIiTtl! OttiriO COHfASt. PFPICI: 4 O STR8BT MOftf MVflST, WABBIJWmia fITT, Br TBHM8 (If atrtwcMPftol. Br aM nstas prepaid). ' rear . ...g " " 1 month .... t fttiHtntbeelty. lnrootb M ftSireeU WMMnffM . 0, JttMMl m .i i -i . WaSWjwtok. D. C AtrrnnyT . 189, TH MA1S15 CAMPAIGN If tfc Democrats nf Maine are doing aftttntaa In the eampslgn In that Stare kmMnjf to substantial results on eler-tfon day, h trows not appear on the snrftwe. The Hcpiibllolni are wrrrMns: most in itnttrkMetr, ami their efforts art of ttt nwM Mriey ami tfemomtratlre klml. Tky have enlisted their best norm talent, here Imported front other State a forte of showy ami attractive JtermWhmn orators, ami have ait Bonnced it vigorous cmmlgn that will raly let tip when the ere of election tlay inades into nta;Ut. This stnrtly activity on the pert of the Itermlillcan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 29 August 1890

f THE DAILY CE1T1C, FIIIDAT EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1800. V u ut AT THE G11PIT0L PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE TO-DAT. 5 E N AT0R3 BUST WTH THE TXinPF HLL Mr. Plumb's Crusade Against the Drinking Popalatiwi. HE CAUSES AN INCREASE OF DUTIES On Champsgno and Ch&aper BmrafW, Canar Reed aad Osseins Entee: A Dialogue. Mr Vest Ihis mornlne reported to tho f-tnate Houso bill nuthorktng the erec tion of a pontoon bridge across the Alls tour! River between tho city of St. Charles and the county of St. Louti, In Missouri. It was passed without amend' ment. The Tariff bill was thon, 10:20, taken up, the pending question being on tho linance Committee's amendment to strike out tho proviso allowing draw backs on salt used in exported meats. Mr, Mcfhcrson moved to strike out the cntlro paragraph and thus put salt en the free list. Mr. Colquitt a lvocatcd Mr. Pherson's amendment, aud read an extract from n speech made by Thomas II, Denton, "Old Bullion," in tho Senate half a century ago....

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. — 29 August 1890

'mwii, " THE DAIIiY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 1890. U The Daily Critic ojrrr nvraiAi.n. V. II. HttitcMnn ijo.'s Immense Hetnttm. thiM rtanifnA lr lorel Parlo? 16. m . : . i -..:: ------ - -- - - ,. s wr jwn miner m cinttt or soim UssT pttt ftr nil nnseasonarWe Itooi. vena 01 iBrpew jnai canwi in I. at prl"8 Which will snrnHse l ta h hofm (how Solid oak iwa- rw. for sis. Ann ttretr f , SiiM oik TitM sttitt. st all nunc, ami will, tro ptwftm the mot t fantMInn pnrvhser ts for Wait TUtirrlnr for tn no ft iwb wvbbs at spr ran' ntwoni, at W ft Hor-onr C ', Ktsrssof street anrthweM. Itmlilen'n Itefrtfferntar. Haby ' rtngm", Kte , lite. 1h responsible Installment etb!ldmcnt lstMliy loreiS at MO and m Seventh stfeM northwest, and Ik now anfttn ent jsjms on fhfrl(wrtor, Bahy OSTrfajW. and u other lines of good!iwrtiot forth swn (Mt. (loon's told on a cash basis; on easily paw InMallmen'". The National 8af litKMlt Company, Utir. lAth St. ami N. V. Ave'lne. BMnn for y.rerware, Je'welt...

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. — 30 August 1890

-,.y set PlttCE TWO CENTS. 22D YEAJR NO. 6,888, WASHINGTON, D. O.. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST (), 1890. r lr ' III SCANDAL lost Dastaraiy aufl Brutal UPON MRS, DAINGERFIELD In Her Bed-Room at an Asbury Park Cottage. EDMUND BLUNT WAS THE Both Aro Well Known in Washing ton and Vicinity. f KAOB OF A DRUNKEN VILLAIN. A Sensation of Immense Proportions in Social Circles A More Serious Re sult Looked For May Break Up a Home. ABiiimr Paiik, Aug. 80. This quiet and eminently respectabto summer re sort nt last has a scandal that, despite the desperate efforts to keep It quiet, la now the talk nllko of residents and visi tor. It is nollilng less than tho brutal healing administered to a woman last Tuesday night, at tho fashionable cot tage of Mrs. Engatd, on Second avenue, by Edwnrd C. Illunt, tho wealthy hut fast scion of n well-known Washington family. The woman In question Is Mrs. Hev crdy D. Dalngorllold of Alexandria, Va. a young and handsome woman, whose husband Is a millionaire, devoted ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 30 August 1890

TIIR DAILY CRITIC, HaTI'RDAY EVENING, AUGUST ,30,1890. Kes Daily Critic Alln CAHTAT . ftht f)rl$ JHmoeratte Daty Paper Pvb kM l WmMngton, WrtS124WO?4 OKITIfl CWUPASt. OfFlCl: Q46 D STXKST rtOlf HWI, If A8BWWKW CTTT. t. r. Jf tmfi tstaa reetmid). i yea 1 month Wttfrmtastrtr. i month I AMM TMgcntiC WDWWtt, WMMItfltoiam) S 0. WAtHIHwTCT, D. C Atmrrr 9), 1999. gfct-., . ,. - - 3AlU9 APNOT TIEPTLSIVK ' Ptofeifir rKm.f,Ai j.t. In the Paris cdttkin of the 2T York Nefald, re ItlfM tO lb STlbJert of KRMttMMl' etreettUoe, Md asserting that W. h was ittttotoMom and palahjM et plains how the ghastly phenomena M reading It may b aeoMetl in similar MtntlM. Ihofssem Ophiiaapit eon tftris that death by electricity Is the noil nerclful that cnn be devtel If the sharpie rates hM down by finmnt Ami other scientists be Adopted, lie men tlone the blunders as bet mi the adoption of the helmet, the sitting posture, ob taining the victim's consent to the exe cution, ami the continuous hock. In atem) Of the...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 30 August 1890

r THE DAILY CEITIC, PATUUDAY EVENING, AUGUST iJO, 1800. e --tn ; AT THE CAPITOL rROCgEDTHOS OF tltK SMATl AND TOE HODStt TO-MT. FREE-WOOL MNDWSXT KFEAiHl 7 be Tariff Bill Btaawta SHU Oft-3ta ittor EdmH4' MMrn Tbb Bif kt-Hwr Law. In the Semite litre morntnt ttas fol towing bill were taken from tin c4b (tar ami pael: Fcnsle Wll sppropttnilt $Sf),W8 ft sHe and pnWie bftlMlHg at Sbd&trrgan, "Ms. House bill a-itboriaimr, IB MaMmc Hon of a railroad bridge across the Little Tennessee Hlver at Mills Ferry, Tenn. Senfilp bill granting right of wiw- and terminal grounds In the State of Wash ington to the Portland and t'uget Sound liallroad Compnny was reported and placed on tho calendar. The Tariff bill was then taken tip, the pending question being on Mr. Car lisle's motion to strike out the wool paragraphs (857 to 800), so as to place trool on the free list. Mr. Aldrlch cave notice that on Mondav ho would move that on that day, Tuesday nnd Wednesday the Sen ate should take n re com from...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 30 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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