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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 1 September 1890

YEAR NO. 6,889. WASHINGTON, D. 0., MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1890 'BIOE TWO GJNfS. POLITICAL NEWS SENATORS IMIIUNDHOAII WANT IADOIt RECOGNIZED, TO-DAY M APPROPRIATE OCCASION For Some Legislation BmfrfUial to the Workingraen. SENATOR ALDRIGH GALLS IT BUNCOMBE, li And Declines to Drop the Tariff Diu3- otuu lui n luit xisauio o uttoun mg Tlic fact UiiU this Is Labor Day re cclvcd a sort of loft-handed recognition by members of tho majority party In the Senate. Only Iwenty-ono Senators responded to roll-call. Perhaps because It Is Labor Day, but moro likely became It Is "blub" Monday. Ponding tho appear nnco of a quoium, Mr. Dtalr asked whether a motion to adjourn would be In order. "This Is Labor Day and should be universally observed," said Mr. Dlalr. Ho declared that tho Scnnto, which works sixteen hours a day Instead of a paltry eight, ought to honor tho occa sion by an adjournment. Mr. Hoar was of tho opinion that Labor Day would bo bettor honored by legislation In behalf of lab...

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. — 1 September 1890

jpgHBMn TnE DAiT.Y CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, SErTEMBFR 1,1890. n lEms Daily Critic AjnrAPTTA'. St 0J3r Dmocnitte PaOg Pnper Pvi luted ( WmiMngto. . BMRY B)XBMtf4S t1t WAfitiNtri-iN ori no f-rtt. oFrtca: tfASRIMrTUR CHf. Tt. C. WWW Of Sl'lWC'WPfloS. Br aBnlenBtta prepaid), treat $ month rrrttrth the ertt.t month fUSCKiTiC, MB Street, 8.0. WAamtotoi. B. C, Surf. 1, 1W8. aaaataaiiiaw,... .-.. ...,... - ...... ,.-.. CALLtltfiX IX We trust that no harn measures will n rYqafreri' In the mullet of yello-v tier, tatfegatul helly band, flannel Srowter, tlfcer, Mm nata, etc. All ttem iMsf ikouM be cnlktt In after t)mltrf 9etewiber. Tltey kvrnlmit ttrBtr tla. For three loan; month titer Mtva attorned the perspective, fllltnf it wit color and radiant life, but their CBfnjteMtent i at an end; their date are eMtttteri for the seaeon. Br HMnr Mr. frwalier JlRun I tanked to for it lend In this rtpect, or, felling Mm, Jo Cashon, a the nest In run It, trtitd set the fashion for the mnltittnle. IfeltlKT...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 1 September 1890

r THE DAXLiY CIUTIC, MONDAY EVENING, FEP'l FMKEIl 1, 1800. i if 9 SENSATION I M SMYSER HAS TO UAVB THE RAUM COtfHtttOT. THAI MNUtttM OfR STOCK In the Goftntotatr's Uiinfsal Refrigtratfeg Oempisy. HE TOOK PAW IN TIE iHVBftiSAflOS VnMl Mr. Cwper Brwg kt the AlkstiOR ef the HeMe te lbs MMierAi- lewed to Resign. In llie HmiM this mfjrnln, on motion of Mr. Stockkldge of Illinois, the bill providing for Government IhjpecUon of coal mines In tue Territories was pasted. Mr. Cooper of Indiana, rising to a ciiifcstton of privilege stated that one of tho charges made in the resolution t Jlered by him for the Investigation of General Knum, Commissioner of Pen sions, was that the Commis sioner TV as selling stock In n refrigerator company to cm employes of the Tension Olllco. lie had In vain attempted to obtain the names of tho stockholders In tho concern. To day he hod learned (and this knowl edge was borne out by tho tostlmony)that one of the members of tho Investigating committee (Mr. M. I. B...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 1 September 1890

TIIE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1890. jr The Daily Critic airi nrroiAt,!t. KmMen'A New Tall Oiwif. Jtotm ftMden, ib pioneer installment turn, JWrtliy located At MO and ttW seventh tret Wlflnff est, bw Jmt relnmed from trw ot it Barter with an iniiwm tTof n mm of tfntrsekeeptiMr (rood , carpets, siote. fan, . Ton can fnrnlah yonr nvn s I rota HMf to mt, at tjiw store. With own t new, on the installment plan. V. II. Unnehmn ,v un.'a Iimmm Hettitettann. examine their Inrelt Parlor nfM. LpMon for fW Kttherln Cntrrt or oUl IT. waff ptir r all nnetniranl flood". a. at nrlcoa hlrh will nrort Aak to he shown thoe Solid Oak Bad I MrthM. 3 nlrn. for rft. AIo thett EM, Jttccm, o( Solid oak Bed room Suite. TRW mriree arc all Ptit. and will, no , picaae the mt rastMtons pnrchaapr. Im for wall Darwin for tha next two weks at Si percent.dHconat.at w. n Hot-nnro en -, 11 tf r street northwest. The NnVtmtnl Safe ltepmlt Utmrmny( tAsr. tilth St, nmt N. Y, Aventte. SWiriMra rvr SKmrwar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 2 September 1890

SOBS SK"" .-8itfMr 23D YEAH NO. 6,890. WASHINGTON, D. C. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1890. PRICE TWO OffiNTS ijr POLITICAL NEWS ItECimoClTY COMBS TO THE FRONT WITH A RUSH. THESUGflRSGHEDULEREMDTO-DAT Blaine's Sentiments Embodied in the Senatorial Speech-Making. JOE CANNON'S SEAT IN DANGER. ij me uisgraca oi tue ritwentu uiinots District Will Ba PorgedUnsle Vans Not Coming Back. ReclprocHy Is at the foro to-day. Mr. Evnrls presented to tho Senato rcsolu- .j muuh auupicu uy mo luercunnis isx -' linntrn nf TtnlTntn tnvntlntt rnflnmtir iy nu uuaun as wen as witu iuo coun I.' tries south of us. t.l. r .- w ... .. v Tho eucar schedule of tho Tariff Wit was reached to day, and Mr. Halo , olTercd tho amendment, of which ho j gave notice last .Tunc, and made a set speech In favor of It. As an habltuo of tho galleries re I marked, "Tho speech was tho speech of Hale, but tho sentiment was tho senti ment of Hlalnc." It Is Imposstblo to say with any cer tainty how long tho debato on reci proci...

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

r THE DAILY CRITIC, TITESDAT EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1890. HE DAILY CRITIC AND CATTTAT. &! Only Emoertttte Ptttif Paper Fi- total M Wathinjton. BXRY 3CrlHO WAlHiNfrrON oirie co.nP.tsr. OtflCt: WAwWOTN PITT. 0. C. SSiw Of SriWrRIPTIoll. By !). iy J lotn II rtrtHm th oftT. 1 month TUB CM If 16, fttfiStttostt ymwfc,6.o. WASflMWtWt. d. P., 9w., WW. wbbiHiih i m-i. - PKfStON OFFICE SCAXDAIA ll will hardly lw possible for lh Ai rtisfct ration to llpfe of the current jtNtfOfi Office scandals h? tttMnissjfttt ll m a " Derttreratle lh?. " Tlw hhsf vehicle of th swtmfajs 1 no lew An Offcs than the New York TVrtww an orfrta wnlch, since Mr. IWtl's apfeiat meat te Franc, has been the most snb Hfrrtent of rwrtrw. That parwr fotiml ftttJt with the Speaker's bnitnl tyrtWBy with little Mr. Looon's F6tt bill, or even with old JO CA3jws' hood him Ism. From which we hare every right In conclude that He stoititrh wonhl do honor to an oMrkh. Itnt the Tribunt 1m not been We to swallow tbe Tetnlon Office I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 2 September 1890

THE DAIIrY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, FEPTttMBElt 2, 1890. AT THE CAPITOL, THE AftTW-OTTBRf BILL AM) TARIFF m Til 8 SKfATl CONTESTED ElEStlQfl M TOOSt. Mr. (Jsiim's Mvent Agstimt tin Plnkeftoas-A Bill to Pttfci fee Lives ef Tfml&rs. In the Senate this morulas; Jlr. Sdw jer, from the l'ostofflce Oommittce, re ported the Ilmtce anti-Lottery Mil, ami gave notice that he wotthl mk for Its consideration as sonn as the Tariff bill was passed. The Tariff Wll mm then taken tip and the sugar schedule was considered. Jlr. Carlisle gave notlM that ho would move to strike out all the paragraphs relailojt to bounties. Mr. Halo offered the reciprocity amendment, of which he gave notice', and spoke In support of It. in tub nousB. In the Iloueo, after routine business, the Clavton-Hrcchlnriilge , contested rlcctlon case from the Second Arkansas District came Up. Mr. Cooper of Ohio addressed the House In favor of the majority Unseat ing Mr. Urccklnrldco. Mr. Wilson of Missouri spoke In favor of th...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 2 September 1890

- f.. - fWP1" THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1890. Tub Daily Critic citt trisoiAittt. ItWtMtm' New Pall floods. 8 Kwlden, the pioneer Installment twin. CWanilty located St WO and us Seventh street tntH nwsl, nsjs Inst returned from tnc east NlJMtn wltn an Immense snpptf of all kWM t hoasetteeptng goods, carpets, stoves, rap, e. Test can fnrnlah yottr ttonse f fotn MThW to arret, af Ibis store, srith own irtew, en the Installment plan. W. It. Hoachtsin tM.'a IrntMW lleslnettons, 00 ami examine their lovely Parlor Suite. a&MMMtWfML Either In cherry or solM . mlf price fr rail unseasonable (toon. tin of carpets that eannor oe at wires which will rarmim yt. A to be shotm those Solid na BM toOta Snttm. X nieces, for ll. Also theft-St. Here, of MM oak Bed room Suttts. Tbtw Saftea arc all Da fits, and will, no dottm. jAtttm the matt fattdkns purchaser. All orders for Wall papering for the next twt weeks at astier cent dlponnt. at w H Hormrro C 's, 11 1 F street northwe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 3 September 1890

?5!B5 23D YEAR NO. 6,891. "WASBINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890. PRIOE TWO ClIINlS. if i ) EXTRA. 2-15 F. IIVL JOHN W. ROSS MM 10 L B. Hit HIS UAME SENT 1H TO-DAY, An Appointment That Will Prove Highly Satisfactory to Everybody. Tbo agony Is at last over, for Prosl ilcnt Harrison tbls afternoon sent to tbc Senate the nomination of John W. Hoss, the present Post master of this city, to bo n District Commissioner, vice L. G. IIIoo, re signed. The nomination was not un expected, ns it was pretty generally understood yesterday afternoon that Mr. Hoss would bo named. In his caw tb olllcc sought tbo man, as Mr. Itoss ha steadfastly refused to make any effort in bis own behalf. Ills friends laborod vcty vcolously for his Interests. It wai upictcntcd to the President by Inllu cntlal Itcpublloans that by appointing Mr. Iloss a vacancy would be created in tbo Postmastershlp, to which n Republican could bo appointed. As the Commissioner to lo appointed had to be a Democrat, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 3 September 1890

TIIE BAIXrY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890. - n V truss Daily Critic AJIn f APTTAt. rim i . Tkt Onif Dmorratte Pnitf Paper Pnk- ksfaiaf Wtthirtfftan. nm TfAMlKvaTON OttlTlt) CllMrAST. OFFICB: C4iS B STRAIT NOttTHWltSf, WAMmwITW CTTT. . C. fHUM OF M7BScraPTt0l. B?MB(WItM.lTt SH " " inoMt N trft tH the ett. 1 month A AWWi TWHOItlTItJ, M Mf aWrWraa .. if Anmretwi. D. C, Suit, a, WW. JlMMAil FOR IIARPSTRR. Mr. Datw IlAitnfRii, of OWs r hrth-rarlrT patriot ami he rfoean't cart who kmi it. Mr. ItAMnrmm m might bn. known, it rich man, who livts hi town named nfiar hirmstf. Jlr. IlAKrprnR'fl rmslrrws Is to shear ghwp1 ami the public smt he Is just now vfy Impatient to hate the MeKln Iry bill fMM through Congress. Kot that he is Interested In the welfare of the public, as most rich IlermMkniKi ere, bnt on acconnt of a little profit he upetrs to reap if the tariff on wool Is kept at the JfeKlaler Aarnren. "I've cot 60,000 pounds of wool stored away hut I can't Ret anything for, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 3 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNBSDATJ EVENING, PEl'TKMHEIl !i, 1800. 4 THE VISITORS' Gil THE GOVKRtfMBKT BBILBim rnThK, Snnare, RtntweS fhtrtlew. awtf Oilier ihrtnl of Aftfwetrr THE WAT TO KHACII THK.H, Washington Is fast becoming the mot at tractive fity of the eonmry. AS th iwpttal of the Nation If presents wore object of Inwirsi to the visitor than any other on theotmtrnent, and a brief directory of It prominent points will be of service to the met nrnnberof rer uns who annually resort to the political metropolis For It Is esMnnted that owr three hnndred th' nsand stranaers pay ft visit every yrartothlsr-ltvtobnnold the varied ohtects of interest which so thickly stttd the historic 'Ten Miles Sonars" Tl c Sytttm of Xumbrhg Hon S. Stunners are displayed oxer the entrances to ail hongs, ansl the decimal system, as adopted In Philadelphia, Is used one hnndred 'nnmbers bring allotted to each square or block commenclnR at First street wnt, run ning West, First street east, running east, A stre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 3 September 1890

THE BAIIT CUFTIC, EDNESDAT EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890. Tiie Daily Critic O ITT BVEOIATjII. Knrttfen's New Full ROWtM. Tohii lrodden, th pioneer installment man, r-rntrally hxtttcn atMOftnd fW Seventh street rirhWBt1h Jtwt refmiwd from M east em anrtftet with an tanrntpe snpptf nf alt kinds of lwnfcepta(C koonI. earneM, stove mm. etc . Ton enfl rarntan jrmt honse f rwm cHlar to (ftrrrt, at tats store, with cash nicies, on the tB11etit plnn. IF. II. Ilonglitnn At U. I IlllfteirSO IlrttHetlBits, oo aire examine their lovely rartor Suites. Mst ptoex foe sn Ihuierin cherrr. ot olM Oiifc. Half rf fr rail nnonaw awls. Pneh pattern of carpets that cannn' dnpllcnteH, at prlctw whleh will wrrnrt Ji n. Ak to be shown those Solid Oak Bed loom Soften, 1 pieces, for $1 AIo thett $81, 3 pieces, of Solid Oak Bert own Suite. These Snffes are all rAtr. and will, bo rtonht, please the mott fatMlons pnrshasier. All orders for Wall paperlns: for the nett two weeks at 45per cent discount, at W H Hm-nirro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 4 September 1890

f . -sai PKICI2 TWO GENSi 23D YEAH NO. 6,S92. WASHINGTON, D. O., TIIUKSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1300. POLITICAL NEWS QUAY NOT DISTURBED BY KEN NEDY'S BITTER ATTACK. GREAT REPUBLICAN INDIGNATION. The Speech Will Be Expunged from the Record. THE OHIO HAH WILL BE CENSURED. Kvarls' Gmt Speech on the TariffThe "Old Man EtoquenfHis Strict tires on the Democrats. llcprcsentallvc Kennedy's speech yes terday evening, In which bo bitterly de nounced Senator Quay as a crimi nal and attacked tho Bcna'o as a htdy, was tbo subject of general comment. Most of It was un favorable to Mr. Kennedy. It wa3 de clared tbat lie was ccnsurablo for at tacking tbo otber branob of Congress, ns well as denouncing a Senator on tbo floor of tbo House. Senator Quay declined to talkfurtber than to say tbat his friends In tho House would look after him there. Ho him self would not dignify tho charges, or give Importanco to Mr. Kennedy. Tho Senate would not notice tho matter. If tho IIouso thought that sort of thin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 4 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TIirKBPAY EVENING, HEPTEMRER 1,1800. !?1XE DAILY CRITIC ASnCAPITV fkt Onlf Dumotrntk. Dailf Paper Pvfo fetfai tU WMMngton. safer mv.nnmat tttnt 37AtMlscmit emtte rowrwsv. orrroi: SHIS B ItHRKT Ktiftf HvvMsff . H 1 : TOTW t (PWClttrTrow. an leeeta prepaid), 1 year fS " "1 month ..... tt ltttitiieftt. ittontb m WW" THlCrtlW5, Ml 0 StHwfci waswaetwa. p. j. HTAitBtW. O. C SfcPT.4, 1W5. ttb. Hi Mn i i 1 - JtESKKDY OX QUA. ! rtrnarlahly hitter athv made by Itenrmat alive Kbsrtiv or Ohli In the Iftrose reeterdav en Senator cJtJAT lit mated a profound sensation. It l ft ml, welt established in the fteeme llcan patty, to overlook: If not commend ia member of thai party "hat In ft Democrat every Renwtjllcnn Is expected to denounce. Ptolet Is allowed to take hta seat unquestioned among the saints or fiepnWIcanlsm, and may be ree cheek by Jowl with TFanawakeh cJvat is held np to admiration by even the "chosen of the lord." ami the ihlsg feneration of Hermnllcana Is taught that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 4 September 1890

THE DAILY C11IT1C, TIIUK8PAY EVENING, SEPTEMI5EK 1, 1800. AT THE GIPITOL MH (VMMIS08 MAKES MATTERS I.1VELT 18 TItfi HOUSE. .rE CAKRCR PAUlFiEB tHB XlOQtD. The Sneakinf Mafttf, ia Wkftfl tl Prepsrrt life BktekM SFEAKER REED linBRLT ARRAIGNED. The jGumilitG0sgrgfifti Makes Ssjpo Classical QetajfcriffgiMRtfftMd PemMM to Prist. In the llonw to-tlay Sermtn Mil was yassetl to estnWhh ft pott of delivery at Hnux CItv, Iown. Mr. Cu'mmtrjgs, Of New York, rising to ft question of rtrtvllegn, protested ngftlnst his "bluckllMtng" liy the famous Cannon resolution. The gentleman who had offered the resolution bail tnmle unjust Imputations, and, In making these Imputations, he had falsified the record and blacklisted him tclf. He then proceeded to make an attack upon Cannon, comparing him to the ncAilTlnnvllleof the French Involu tion. In support of his resolution, the gentleman from Illinois (Cannon) had appealed to tha record. The can tlcman from Iowa (Henderson) had seconded the gentleman from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 4 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TIin.HDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1890. The Daily Critic V1TT Bl'KOIALa. Itnriiten' New Fall Itowrts. tohn Rnrfden, the pioneer Installment miin, entrant loce'ed at wo and K Seventh street rotihet, ha Jnt returned from the esM cm smrftets with an Immrme npplyof all klndsof trrrckeepvns: good, carpets, tove, mm, etc . Ten can famish yimr honse f fun x-llar to SMtTet. at this .ttira. with rash prices, ob lite ) Installment plan. W II. Ilntiglitnn a Vf.'i tmmnN Hedirtt terns. Oo aed examine their lovely Partor Salts. PlxpteenfotSW JHtherln t tarry- or solid Oak. mif price (trail nnseasona tile coots. Such patterns of carpets that cannot tm OnpiMUM, at prices which will surprise yon Ask to be shown those 9olM Oak RM room Suites, 1 pieces, for SIB AIo theft Sts. i nieces, nt mita emit nai room mires Stolid nek Rarl mnr The e smites arc all D,uts, mm Will, no dr ii M, please the nmtt festMlons purchaser, All ortw for wall papering for the next two week at wr cent dfsrnnnt,...

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

ac ift "-vwrSMfp'' "v1 w"ij&i "bw w''' i i - v- y -ra y!pt-''" E ' 23D YEAR NO. 6,398. WASHINGTON, D. C, FKIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1890. PttlGE TWO GlSI 0 )Ol ti N '4 K POLITICAL NEWS MR. COOPER AFTER RAMI WITH A SHARP STICK. THE LAND POOL TO BE INVESTIGATED. Quay Not Pleased With the Outlook in His State. THE DEMOCRATS ARE TOO HARMONIOUS. A Republican Delegate With a mile Spouse She Lwked His Credentials. Up TENSION OFFICE DOOMS. tilt. COOrEIt WANTS TO KNOW ABOUT iiaum'b land tool. Mr. Cooper of Indiana wants more Information about the affairs of tho Pen slon Ofllcc and Its head, who Is now Ac cused of being president of a land Speculating company. Accordingly lie Introduced tlio following comprehen sive resolution, which was referred to the Select Commlttco ou Charges Against tho Commissioner of l'onsloni, popularly known as the Itaum Investi gating Committee Whereas tho select commlttco now charged with tho Investigation of certain charges against tbo Commissioner of Ten s...

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

THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER , 1890. !?HE DAILY CRITIC ASD CAPITAL. $1m 0 Utmeeram ItonjPiper r luted f Wmhtffton.. ttftWy SKBNtHO STAStifsrirt1 critic rowr-A. OfflCS: 8TRKET lTHVBf , Tf AfWtWWOW CtTY. D c. Ill i i iTlHii ii i -" .- FIMlR flfr MJWCWfTTO!. XfsMttWJstafeitfepeldMrear lrannth B rtttntathselTy, 1omi SftrtlrjJt, 5. C Btttf, 3, 18W. . UMBfcMn .i . ' - JttM. Frask LAWtfcn, jwailwr of CMspau from Illinois, Is a mriqm rlwfltcter, ami, when he wants j. this ftvm It public, lie does not neel tate to as for it In a candM and en tire! original meaner. If avln become tired of a seat In the Home, he htM con claded to become shrtft of Cook Coiwtf. TMa purpose he bm ex--pressed la k letter to the public, "fatal ererHbljr informed," he writes, "tbi others who aim seek this noml natton aave either written or culled In jieiMM and presented their appeal, I tun prompted to say that. If nominated, 'I will be elected,' ami pledge ntyseir to winnaa the affairs of that office ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 5 September 1890

tsf f am -THE DAILY ClllTIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1800. 1 AT THE CAPITOL THE TARIFF BBBATI IS II rOMWfl raTBRttTfflO. II'E FREE LIS? TftOI DP flKMY. lofair DiscrittimOoiof RtfaWfetes Against Sonthem Inlr& THE CLAY TON-BRBCKIKRIOOE COSIEST TLe Arkansas M&wkr Speaks in Hfs Own Behalf, and Dfts4 His Sfcto from Tm Aifcntow. The Senate this morntnti ragumatl consideration of the Tariff bill. Mr. Tlumb's motion of yesterday to amontl toe paragraph relating; to gloves by striking out the additional rate of a dol lar a dozen In men's gloves was de feated, yeas 33, nays SO. Mr. Plumb was the only Republican who voted ayo. The free list was then taken up. 3Ir. Vance moved to strike out the provtslon relating to animals Imported specially for breeding purposes. Rejected, yeas, 22 nays, 3-1. Sir. Quay movod to Insert In tho free list wild animals Intended for zoologi cal collections and not for sale. Agreed to. Mr Vance moved to strlko out of tho free list currants and dates. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 5 September 1890

interns .f.i-nm-am THE DAILY CIUTIC, FIUDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1890. TnE Daily Critic OITT KVKOlAIiB. Kndden's Sw Pull nwrl. iota Sudden, the pioneer Installment man, centwmr iocs' at Wn and 9ss Sevrtth street noHhw, ha Jmt returned frcm the et in jMHtta with an lmnn npply of all ktmt of ftowetteepl&t !. carpets, tove. rami, tt Ton can fnrnlsh yonr house f rom reflat to trmt, lit this tore, with eah prtcwu on the installment plan. W. II. Hmiglitn Vn.'n tmiMM ltettnctremi. Oo and exaotne their lorely Parlor Unites. t precw tor $. Mtherln flurry or solid Oak. fntlf price tt t all nnwamnable (too R ncli patterns of Carpet that cannot be aprteSrted, At prfres which will rprte you. ami to he ..down those Solid 0 Bert room Snlte. 1 ntecei'. for $1. Also thelt JW, 8 piece, of solid oak Bert room Site. Thee !ntte arc all Haimw. anrt will, no donbt. please the most fastMtons purchaser. All orders for Wall papering for the next two weeks at SBjiet cent dlseonat, at W B. Hot oirros Co '...

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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