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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 6 September 1890

g If vnwm two gbnts. 23 YEAPv KO. G.S94.. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER G, 1890. M1RDFR i- C, t ANDREWS THE VICTIM, Drugged and Killed In a Dlsiepu table House. AND HIS NUDE BODY THROWN Into ths Rushing Wator3 of the Upper Potomac River. IHVESTIGATED BY INSURANCE HEN. Tho Police Called In, and Sensational Developments ExpectedHow the Body Was IdentifiedHistory of the Case. A well known business man missing, a dead body found tn the river entirely uudo and unrecognizable, a burial In l'ottcr's Field, a subsequent opening of tbo grave, nnd the body Identified by (Lc teeth, form the elements that leal to 4 talc of probably mysterious murder. The last time C. 0. Andrews, who was employed by Messrs. Hmmart fc Quatlly, was seen alive was on the morning r.f July 20, at S o'clock. Two dajs later the nude body of a man was fcucd In the Upper Potomac aud token to the morgue. It was not recognized, nnd subsequently was burled In Potter's Held About a week lator AFl'ItnitEXIIONI...

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. — 6 September 1890

THE DAILY CIUTIC, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 0,1890. ITHE DAILY CRITIC AWD CATTTA! . 4mmmmv nil n.. - - JtM Onlg Dmotratte Dailg Paper J" ttstatal Wmhtngtm. ttfty MKma rAMmoton "onttio cotrwsr. a?Mtf O ffWBBT ttOftTrlWlSf, mm w rjwcwwios. " " " 1 month . 91 trtttfterffeett?. twontB at satOStreet. Wasbtatrtc, D. C WaMtfltetow. C C Sfcr 6, 18W. tak. .iilaaiatt i -riftitn. tiiii..ni.r.imi ! ... " ' lh"" 3 ut roaratASTgn spam-mos. th nomination for postmaster of this cy t i.ft sent to the Senate to rUy, teti will not be for tome days to eome. Secretary Pitrbwt said this afternoon that It wet hot espreted that Ike Fnrit fleai vrottM ttftd In lira amiaatkn while ft was away, sod that It wm safi to ttf that a nw postmaster wttafcj not be sawed nottl thePfeel deM'i retmn. Aa exchange announces thnt Mist Aolta 01U1W, the Sew York belle nod t canty, Is about to leave the United stares and take up a permanent rpt tlence In Kagland. The reason given fr r tMs iBtendwl movement Is a stagtt lar r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 6 September 1890

Si. THE DAILY CEIT1C, SATURDAY EVENING, sni'TEMIIKIt , 18m. AT THE CAPITOL 1 R( rFKBTJW8 OF THB SHATB nnTnsimmiiTtH)AT. , FHrUTlESKlIIfEfllllfiUm. ' c Cnnfeiecw Rtftttft On JMtlf and Har'rcr Bill A"l iV1sr Congtf Utd 111, i. rtia' tbli BiornlTJ$ tWWHted tL I'lri'lon of tae Ta?fll Ml, tafetof 'lie raraftifiti ftMtn Btd rwen l -c by without Mtlofi Drafting Art i a 'he free Wat. Mr rnef nf)fd U a the BHrasnl t'ia ii was not proper that the fisbettes 1 1. the jrriat lakes sboukl be thrown rj t n to free rnmrtttlmj. Jlr. OlbWn .Til Jlr rullom agrteii with Mr. tr '"cr The vote was then tftken end too arrrcdmeot agreed to. The ftmemimeBt to place flsb 6n the ii itlflblc list was nxt taken tip. Jlr Gray offefesi an nmelmetit that fish be admitted free of ilat f r m any country Ural silralte Atnorlcnn f shlng vcels Into their porta for tin purchase of supplies to rejected, ami thin Mr Aldricb wllutlrew trie com ix ttco's rccomraendfttlon. Tho paragraph to tax hope 15 cents rcr pound was toke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 6 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, SaTIEDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER (5, 1890. Tiie Daily Critic oxtt KrnaiALa. KthMeti's New rn Bo.. Jotffl Trodden, the pioneer installment mutt, CWMV locate at and w Set-eat Street MttflWStt. ha Jol retnrned fri.tri the ert fa Markets with art Inntwo snprlt of all MMl Of lV1Ut)!taaplBC noods, MM. We. Ton can fnrnlsh ft Wflat to garret, at this st Is, earpet;, stoves. iTrmr hotue froes store, with cash Hlvw, n tin installment plan. II. llmtghtwn tM.'S ttWIHWilto llnstnetran. art r-xsmtne their lorel Parlor Srtts, :M for $. inner In Cheirl or solid . Half prh frr nil nnseasofiablo ooi. fcafea, t prfes which will snratlsa Ast to he shown those Solid Oak Bm- I StVtea. s piece, for its. Also theft fH, cea, 01 wu uik nva room saiia. Suites rr all DaistM. and Will, bo eabt. please the most rtMtons purchaser. .U ardor for Wall nanerln for the next IW weeks at 83rr cent discount, at w. B. Hot ontoi . Co ', ltt itsn t street aorthwut. The Natemial Safe HeptrMt Owrnimriy, titer. lS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 8 September 1890

1 !-' 23D YEAHNO. 6,895. POLITICAL NEWS HEED'S FIGHT AT HOME THE CHIEF TOPIC AT THE CAPITOL. HE WILL, OF COURSE, BE SENT BUCK, But Should His Majority Fall Below Five Hundred IDE DEMOCRATS WILL UNSE&T HIM Why Quay Could Not Senro Clarksen as Editor for His Pittsburg Paper. Tho News from Maine. The chief topic of conversation at Ibo Capitol this morning among the states men was thoMatnc election. Tho prin cipal Interest centered In the First or Fcrtlaml district, composed of Cumber land nnd York Counties. This Is Speaker Heed's district, and Is tho only cno regarded as In any sonso doubtful. Even hero tho Interest Is rather tn the aire of Mr. Reed's majority than In nny hopo of defeating htm. In 18S8 ho had 2,433 plurality and twenty-two ma jority over all. He now gives out that ho expects 1,000 majority over Mr. Frank, his Democratic competitor. Mr. ltccd's enthusiastic friends, however, claim 1 COO to 2,000 for him. The contest has been n hot ono and Is complicated by the strug...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 8 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1890. UIB DAILY CRITIC A?tP CAOTAt. tkt 0s Dmecrttte Duty F(ptr 1b tuhedat WmMncic. r i BXtitr axamirto WAtiitJwmMr oHiTio nvrxr. CFFrCB: Jjfc 0 rrftT ItdKTHWBST, ABim4tos err?, o o. T1WW Of WWCMPTlOfc laB1tetatlerMMref lt " ltaoftth the erty.i stoat m til it CKtfflC, MBDSWWt, D.O. WmnrroH. D. &, SfcftaS, WW. MAtlrtSTn DAT. It It conceded evnersll? that Maine -kHI (tv a Republican maj rity at tke tteetfoa to-dar , and that Speaker Rrkd lil be retunttd But not a few intelll Jwrt foltttclaae ere nf the ocitnfoa (bit Itua wW not jmll tbrongh, or will do it) K; tbe ! of fete teeth. Ami some of tae rnoet protMWHwajd Herrttbllcans are aim of ihte rptaktn, as i shown by the bstftr following, written yesterday at Pbrtlend, 31 sine, to a trenttemnn reel tkt lit Ibis city. It is tinted nt "Head rjttariers Grand Army of the Republic," aadtavs- , Yen mi say to the people, wtiti fety, thtt Hied 1 defeated by 8W majority. 1m oat Vets present ! co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 8 September 1890

v. 1 S THE DAILY OTITIC, MOKRAY EVENING, BErTKMBER 8, 1890. t LEMON'S REPLY ADMITTED HE HAD BBBN BIS BARRED TWrMfBARiUflO, fcfging msntt mm mme. A Startling Incident-' in lie Raum THE PENSION ATTORNEY'S TESTIMONY. He Denied Raam Had Favored Elm r Advaoted Hte OausInvUed Oeeper fi foil en Him, The HflHtn invostjgatien went on to' thy. All Ihc momuors of tbe speolat Jlonsc committee were present Judge Jfito M. Wilson, Coptaln Gcorgo K. Lemon's attorney, said he wag ready to examine Mr. Ooopor of Indiana, wbp preferred tbe obargos. Mr, Cooper objected, saying bo did not tbink it right to lake the InvostlRa tlon out of his hands and turn It over to Captain Lemon's nttornoy. Judge Wilson said his object was to expedite the cato and not delay It or turn It aside. Captain Lemon was then sworn,- He read n statement covering the points of the case which referred to himself and his business as a pension agent. It showed the claims allowed him by the Pension Office for seven corresponding mont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 8 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1890. Tke Daily Critic eirr gvjtaiAits. Ktrtttten's New ru flowrts. Jfota Ftntoji, tlra pioneer installment matt, WM1WT foe tMtnlra Serentti rert nretMrsM. mm hut returned from tn east tBftrtMawlfh n immrrw rappl? of 81 IHl Of NJMfcfepta goods, carpets, StpveB; tvtm, , sre. Ton cub fnrnlsh row nnnse from wwt to AtM, at this store, with cash WW on the Installment plan. n. Houghton .v o. IMfmolTBlj IteilHcttniM. ass esatnfne their lovely Parlor Suites nxtgnfwfm. RttnerlA ClwrTrorsolM OH. naff prwe frr all nnenntinte tonds. StRn fawtern of carpets that cannot he atrpneated, at prices which will surprise jrs- Ask to be shown those Solid Oak lled roMH Snntn, 1 rlece. for its Also thett S8S, S preces, of solid Oak Red room Salter TM Ssftes am ail Dtta, and will, no dow. pleam the molt fasthttons parohaswr. Ailorwernfor Wallpapering for the next two weeks at 25 per cent dlsconnt, at W H npronToi A CV , 1 l F street northwest. The Nntlnnnl Snfe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 9 September 1890

r iS If' .- m . j . s --J iftf p K-Wt . 23D Y3SAU NO. 6,890. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1890. PRICE TWO CJ&NTS POLITICAL NEWS Till ISO TO ACCOUNT FOR REED'S 1)10 PLURALITY. TflE MAGNITUDE OF HIS VICTORY Regarded at the Capitol as a Defeat for Premier Blaine. HARRISON'S WARM CONGRATULATION. Ohio as a Rich Field for Politicians. Grosvenor's Attempt to Be Re turned to Congress. Deed's majority of nearly 5,000 was the chief topic of conversation nt the Capitol today. It was as unexpected as It was large. All attempts at account Ing for It nicln vain. The Kepublloans voted to n man, while some 3,000 Demo crats stayed away. Nevertheless, It would be Idle to at tempt (o detract from the magnitude of the Speaker's victory. It Is a personal victory and a sweeping Indorsement of his course as Speaker. It Is a victory In which the scntor man from Malno docs not participate nnd of which ho can appropriate no share. Mr. Ulalnc, premier of the Ad ministration, and the two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 9 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1890. Sina Daily Critio ASP CAPITA!-, jtt Ontf Dmotrattt Dnttp Pfr Pxb hhi at Wathinjkm. Hjtrsnv Mnmo TTAJMlINrtTOfr OKIT1W CO K FAST. OFFICII: iU5 O STRBBT NORTHWMST, WAtmjtfrTON CTTT. B r. TlftMS Of'stJlWCRtPttOS. ByataH ftjata prepaid), i year a 1 month N t ft rife it city, lamata ss AsaaaftHkaaar. ' TUIICKITlOi waattrtm. p. c. UTAMtmitHt D. C, Sitrt.9, 1W8. Ttmn mi ir ii . . . . TIIK OABKIMON MSSSIOK CASK Out titeencrl contemporary, the 2few 1 wis frAn, bus been mnklng awca rHe over tha action of tha Brttwm of ltnfos la the cum of a claim for pen f4ow iaertftte by John 8. Garrison, )teof Company 0, Sixth Keglment, JlkiblBttB Cavalry. Dirtying Its own nt In tlolne so, I Me font bird, on r esteameil con tempo racy a fores hi, is chsrglnr that In this cbo the claimant, with the knowledge awl eonnlvanceof Commissioner Hath, olMiiliHsi from certain members of the ltaanl of lie llevitw, an allowance of til claim without any additional ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 9 September 1890

V THE DAILX CRITIC, TUMPA"? EVENING, SEFirMBflR 0, 1390. AT THE CAPITOL. THE TARIFF Bill. PASSBD BY A PAR?? V0T1. jiUFICH'S RWrsWlT MEAGRE Agreed T The R&an InTWssfatfen Contisae -M, Lirtenhi lie Only WHims foamfne. "When the Senate nseetnblwi thl; morning It resumed the eensMerailon c f the Tariff bill. Various amendments to the mi gar schedule were offered ami rejected. Mr. Akirich's reciprocity amendment was agreed to by a vole of .7to 2R. By a rote of thirty-eight to twenty eight a strict party vote the Senate ordered the Tariff bill to. ft third read ing and engrossment. The bill was crueictt printed, with the amendments, and the Senate wont Into executive ses sion at 2.53 p. m. After a short executlvo sosslon, the Senate, at 8:10 p. in., adjourned to meet At 11 o'clock to morrow, when tlio six hours' closing debate on the bill will begin. I In the House the Virginia election case of Langston vs. Venable was called up and much lime was wasted by the Democrats breaking a quo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 9 September 1890

zszm THE DAILY OIUTTO, TPESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 0, 1890. Tiie Daily Critic --1 ii i OITT gVfSaiAJjH. ItmldenM New Full ttm1. ta SM4n, the pioneer installment man, ertrny ftmrei at Maori S3 Seventh street twHWwert, Inw Inst retnfned from tftr emt Ma xMMet wtui an Immeme nppry of all klMM of fwHWillPtfBK good. rr, tovx, rflfts. etc. Ton can fnrnlsh ynnr nom fmm eenstr Jo twrm. t tht. .tore, with ch t , oil tB Installment plan. W, H, Honglitnn A Cn.'s Immense Iteitnetlons. .00 ami examine their lovely Parlor Was. iWKsfot sw Iitbetin cherry ot ooiM OiOt. Half price ft rail nnewnble (tool. 8wb patterns of carpets that cannot be dftltHeateci, at price which will srpr!e Jt. Ask to be shown tho.e Solid Oak Bad loom Unites, 3 piece", for SI. AIo their S, J. nieces, of Solid Oak Bed room Salter These floltes arc all TAts, am! will, no donm. please the mott ftfdton. purchaser. All ewer, for Wall papering for the next tw vwki at JS per rent dlrmat, at W. It. Hm-oirrot Co , 141 ln F street nor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 10 September 1890

r ,f - i 23D YEAH NO. 6,897. WASHINGTON, D. C WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1890. PRIGE TWO GfiNTS. POLITICAL NEWS REED, FLUSH EI) WITH VICTORY, RETURNS TO HIS GAVEL HE FINDS ONE MADE OF FLOWERS. Effusively Congratulated by His Docile but Jubilant Followers. FILIBUSTERING OF THE MASON BRAND. It Is Pursued Effectively in tho Ling' ston-Ven&ble Election Oasa Perse cution of Mr. Wedderbtirn. Speaker Reed approached the Capitol by slow marches, like an ancient Roman army flushed with victory and ladoa W th spoils, lie arrived In the city 1 tst night and at once repaired to his quar ters at Ylcc-Fresldont Morton's Shore liam. This morning he emerged from the portals of that stately hostelry at his xisual hour and proceeded to the Cap!' tol on foot. Ills march along the homestretch was an ovation. As ho pursued his way with ponderous tread lie was cordially, almost gushingly, Rrcctcd, hy admiring friends, while thoto who knew him not, personally, turned to look again upon this "Chi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 10 September 1890

THE DAILY OKITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10,1890. !THE DAILY CKITIC AST) CAPITM, -el iiiiia . ,. i ., ,.., , -.. fht Onlf nmeeralte Da&w Pnnf ktheiai WmMngton. tXIKY xHi(ta A8filOtOW GfttTlti CC).WrAY. OFFICl- 43 B 1TKM? rtKTHtT WAJ8IWBWW CCTT. P C. fl ( prepaid), !Jr.. w 1 month . . tt ifi tM eft. 1 month. TItRCHITIO, WantWtt P. 0. WAswtlteTOw. P. C SOTf .10, 1899. fOCTMASTER 8HBR WOOO Aetisiarit P-trnler SRnswewe, for .tlt of Michigan, bat been nominated for nfttmaater, n How, transferred to ilia Board of District Otymtnl ioaem Mr. Sunn wood trill be an nctttitable nnfti of the Wasfcinftoa rBe. Henae bad much experience, xtrt It IB lneltrloti person, possessed of gccet oMctrtfte abilities. He wilt fcn acceptable, eapeeiallT to the antl clfil serrke reform rwople. for he has iHtplaywl grant ability In violating the deft lertkn rnles under the very note of (he Oomnilwion. SOUKD IrOCTRIHK Mr. "W". 0. Ewtncr of Chicago, late 0ltl State District Attorney under IhttMcnt CLKVEI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 10 September 1890

St THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDESDA'X EVENING, HEPTEMBEU 10, 1800. - &0-'s: 1 THEY WERE MUD J! PAR mum AND MR, COOPER T THE MUM WTKrWATWR. JjnMiiiMiuM wmnkMm ihe formes mm m una. And Says fit Qrtfht to li Goflfin! in an AsylWd. JUDGE SAWYER AM TAKES A f AB. D, !! ProcMdiifs Wktek Wsro BiTrMi iMisdtsi en Ik) Stead. The Ilanm Investigating committee met at 10 o'clock this moraine. A S Taber, an ewptoy of OUntaln Li men, was called antl asked by Jmlge Wilson if be laid the thirty Lemon slips sent In ft letter by Captain Lemon to Commissioner Itaum. Mr. Taber replied that he bud twenty four of them. Bvery one of tke owes, witness (aid, bad passed through bis bands before they were filed. Mr. Lewis said be wished to know the history of the eases whloh wero Eald to be Incomplete. These cases Sir. Taber read off In their regular order, lie said be dkl not know whether or not the claimants had been examined. IN THE TlSNBTt CASE Mr Taber was niKeil by Mr. Lewis If It was not the duty of tho att...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 10 September 1890

HHHgnilUliWJIUiMJMUiUd ptjriuuiujjBiiiuawiMftB THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890. The Daily Critic OUT BVKOlAba. Itwrtden's New Pull (Jowls. John Redden, the pioneer installment msn, ccmrtlry locate at Mn ami MS ssventh street northwest, tm inst retnnwd from the esist eiti market with aft immense supply of " Kinds o hcwwkmpfag ooJs, carpeta, store. rns, etc . Ton can f nrn Ish yon r noae f rom cellar to tarret, at tuts store, with ch prices, on the installment plan. XV. II. llrmchtan Un.'s lnmrna ItestnctHin. oo sad examine their lowly Parlor suites. Fix piece for $n. Jtitherln Cm-rrT or solid Oak BUf price tt r all aneawnable good. Snch patterns of ('arrets that cannot he duplicated, at prices which will nrprla Jt n Ask to be shown thgje Solid Oak Bed room Snltea, s pieces for SIS. Also thefr SN, 3 piece, ot s!ld ok Red room Suites. The 'e Snttea are all Dimn, and will, no donht pleae the mott fastidious pnroliaaer. All orders for Wall paperln for the next two...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 11 September 1890

u.MHRHRVTCIiaaBHHHMHIHMHHHIKiHHHHHHHHlHIHHiaHaiaaHlllHlHHHiaMiH :iHaiHKLI9 -. - . ' " "3 - -n- iKgafcaapMiimininii ' nimi i i IJLSWMBBMMSS 1 23D YEAR NO. 6,898. WASHINGTON, D. C, TIIURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEM1JEH 11, 1800. RIOE TWO 0J2NTS. r i CilPITOL GOSSIP THE CAR OF CONGRESS ON HIS OLD PERCH AGAIN, AND MORE DICTATORIAL THAN EVER. The House Fails to Secure a Quorum and Adjourns Early. HEW APPORTIONMENT BILL PRESENTED. The Republicans Will Not Attempt Any thing in the House Unless The? Have Their Own Quorum. When Speaker Thotnaa Brackolt Ttccil took the chair tlila morning to call the House to order ho was greeted with an enthusiastic round of applause by the Republicans. The Democrat looked on, silent spectators. In tho language of tho raco track, "thoy wero not In It." It was at once evident that tho Spoakor was ng(ln on deck. Immediately after the Chaplain had concluded his prayer, Mr, O'iTcrrall arose and called attention to tho obvious fact that no quorum was present. Tho Bpoakcr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 11 September 1890

TUB DAILY CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11,1890. STILE DAILY CRITIC ASD rAFTTU. CM Drmm-ntte Itoilj Vsrwr PA iuhed at WiaMngton. -2?t - . , , m rill , . UltBMlttO .iTAtMiottm ehttiv rtHnr,t. orrrci: 94S STKSST NORTH WT, WABBtWWW CITY, 0' 0. MNMt OT SDBSCWWKM, Mma(pmfpnvi4,iTft mm l month .... S itw t-tt the rtty.l meats at 4,, th critic, MB Street, wsntsn, s. a -A IS ITII HnpiiMMltM HllMlil HWI....H.,.,. . !,-- --. fA!!lmotol. B. 0,, 8sit.il, 1W. ' imn ...I... m .in -i...... ..& .-. -ti, I..,,. , . m AttH'AL SCHOOL BOOK fctJRDES. fit tl ingcs In test book to be used Jit fee p ublte schools of the city the cmisg school jeer, as announce 1 by the ImMi appear to be cob fined to the rjtfath grade sad an Ave In number awl jtteltnic the books ttswl in the study of algebra ed hhrtory. This Ham of text "boons tt always high in price and the change to those whom it affects means an eapeMe covert njr the cost nf the books. In addition to this sum, which trill be probably from three ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 11 September 1890

THE DAILY OK1T1C, TnUKSDAT BVENIHG, MIPTKMIlKIt II. 1800. MRU) NEWS. ttkumt n Ml vWftt WtN0t00$ ftr i Arts ft -! tt sttt t -nf, 1 n il (MMPMBttMBS, W o aikst, rkttr f iMtmMft itttrtftt frt ft ' sni JtvkStSit tester sJtSetasel it) tt ' k shsrft fat MM ttjtjltj W i K Oit art "hipott sttwfftt tketr assent K 1 homewtrvt w mil nmh tsttktw 1 T' The .Vr . ? n jmstrtt ft F'Mithfttnfrtr-t) strike Will tkt tttlkesat Wttatiurg ! n'i ltd In tUnter k Nt 1 he writer attributes 'lie American "iriser. to tfct sen measures ntloturil i i American aufkortilw art stuck retail I tulcpt MUBSttr M fctrafc trial HSSSS tlnti the Esflish are Tkert to rsattr It Iter feeling; bttwettl Use CsteHM kttt than tn America, esd It rsllt nt ami r.rul humane conduct o Ikt pMrtaCtlMM) In rwwer The German Socialists are nseklst; rtteit preparations to rkbraie tkt 1st c f Oc tolier, the ljr wkss tkt tactsJtst will expire. A ptimphlet. MMtttat "To Ujo Workmen of Otmasr," will fcttlt ttlbutcil ob that iUt. ft Is I part, at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 11 September 1890

THE DAILY CBITIC, TIirKSOAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1890. . i The Daily Critic OITT BPKOXAht. Hnrtiten NewFH aoorf. John Radden, the iloneer Installment man, centrally located at MO and !B 9renth rtreet north wt, ha Itmt returned fromtncemt Maaattet wlih an Immetwe npplf of all Kinds of noasekaeplBf flood, carpet. tove. nun, c. Ton can famish yonr V from cafNr to garret, at tto store, with cash Kim, on tie Installment plan. Vf. II. IleHKhtwn t.s Imitinm ItettnettoR. w mm rjmin invir lovoiy i nnur ouuw. rwmtsrorwn) jiitnerin c'rarrrorsoim i. flair priea ft r all nneonable goo K Am. at price which will arort9 Auk to be shown tho Solid Oak Bad Snitea, 1 piece, for 118. Alo their SH ee. of So id na Bed room so te. c Attires are all Da mm, and will, no M,ileae themott faMtdlon prchaw. I orders for Wall nanerlna for the neit iwt weeas at sper nm nuconv, ai W n. Hot ohtoi Co ', 1st 19 T street northwest The fintlnnnt Snfe Deposit Onmiwinj-, Oor. 18th St. and J. Y. Avenue. 8KRW9 for 9t:rerwa...

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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