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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 12 September 1890

xU HP J PRICE TWO C1NT& 23D YEAR NO. 6,899. WASHINGTON, D. C FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1S90. gi rd $ CAPITOL GOSSIP REED TRIES HARD TO APPROVE THE JOURNAL, HUT FAILS. NOT A QUORUM IN THE HOUSE TO-DflY. Democrats Determined Not to Consider the Contested Election Cages, BECAUSE IT WOULD SIMPLY BE A FARCE. Meeting of the Ways and Means Commit tee to Consider the Tariff Bill, but No Action Had. The confidence felt by the Itepub litans In Speaker Need's ability to find n way out of any difficulty was appre ciably Increased by his course to-day. lie directed tho Clerk to call the roll on the motion ordering tho previous ques tion on the approval of tho Journal of last Tuesday. Mr. O'Ferrall rose to suggest that no quorum was present, but the Speaker paid no attention to htm nnd tho roll was called. It resulted In 113 yeas and 31 nays. The Speaker counted n quorum and announced tho motion as carried. The roll was then called on tho motion to approve the journal. On this roll call a...

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. — 12 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12,1890. 2lDB DAILY CRITIG AP CAPITA T, Tkt Qnty Democratic JMttf rper Pb- kthriat Wmhington. --- IttM TriaMlJfTN UftlTlO COStfAJIt. OFFICS: e4e o rfftSBT wort hwst , WAMttMrnm crrr. o. c. TBMM OP STBWTtrPTIO!. 1ft BBBltetae prepaid). 1 year ; " " l month SI rtWttrtefty. lreosth .. tMBcMmC MBStlMt, wastflhXtekt 6- o. mmmmmm asm i i 1 hiim. ,. ,., m., , i.. WAtRtimtoti. D. C, Start. 19, iSW. atfttMHItoMtftlMl lW.I -I ! . .. .I..I.I. a MOD'S SBRSWT) MASKUVSH. WnB Mr. Rmi left bis post id toe Heme ud went to Maine to cosMtnct )M ob ctmplfn, be ostentatiously antetrered thai be felt some fears ae to the mult ID bis district; ah HerobMen mMMiftn IraaKly confesuwl that they felt a llttlt shattj, Bt Mr. Kurd's frfemlt, those who went tip to aelp blm, expressed their snrpfita at the apetay saowa la Mr. Hum's eiraw. Therefore, when Mr. Ijbbb tietnbtat bis ptarftMty of two year asro, the tonfchment of ftimetf ami his frfewtte r rmerl to be tunalerl ...

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. — 12 September 1890

V sf r THE DAILY CRITIC, FUI DAT EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1890. WORK OF CONGRESS. -.. mn-- iu PROCEEDINGS OF Til SKIATI AHB THE H0U8S TO-BAY. No linsinese Done by the Latter llrwlv. Several nilta l'mawl by tne frermte, the Land Ftirfettttre nil). In tbe Senate this morning, at the k ij. i-iim of Mr. Kdmnarts, II was nttuil ibiit one hour tn fttten Mob rt.. 6ficr the routine morslng femtMM, t. I, is on the calendar ntKrtiJeTjtetl t. Mr CJ'iny gave notice ttoat to-mor-t w after rending the Journal, he w 1 v-lt tue Senate to consider the t. , iiM- n In repect to the memory ot Mr taaiilJ ItnthUII. cm motion of Mr. Washburn, House 1 1 1- nulhoilze the construction of n It" ijjc across the Misstairrpl IHver at "Wlntba, Minn., was taken from the cn'ttl ir and pasted. The calendar was then taken tip and the f Mowing bills, amouR others, were rtruud Scrntcbill glvlne; consentof Cmtm4 in the construction of n btldge over the Puck JllVir, In Humphreys County, Tenn I-conto bill appropriating $80,...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 12 September 1890

THE DAILY CIUTIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1890. H The Daily Critic V1XX KPnOlALl. RsWften'a New Fait CWmts. John RthMen, the pioneer installment man, fcrniralif hiMfA M Mo and aw seventh street Bttthttest, has Inst returned from tn east ttew sttth an immense supply of nil w Mmrtkeetvtnt: notf. carpets, stores. . etc. Ton ran famish In enwrl f fhi rmsn ymir nonsc i mm at thu Mot, with cm !WW, on the Installment plan. W, II, Ilntiehtnn C.' Immeino ltettnettoits. o M examine their lovely Parlor sal's. Ss ror suo miner in i ntrrr or sotm Ht wire frr alt nnseasonable too Is. sMfem of carpet that cannot h tied, at nrt-w which vrtll Sttf-nMs $t. At to he shown those SolM Oak md o Sne, 1 iieee, for $11. Also tttetf 5H, Iftleees, of Solid ok Bedroou Snltes. TBef Unites arc all DAtsrts. and will, no sraraoi, piease mo rnmi rasitwons pnr.?ner. Altowersfor Wall papering for the next two wvefcs at 35 percent dlwuiil. est nmfflRi. at W H ItorfinTai A Co '. Kit lrt F street northwest . The N...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 13 September 1890

if "kms" t 4 PXtlGE TWO GENm 23D YEAH NO. 6,900. WASHINGTON, D. C SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1890. CAPITOL GOSSIP THE HOI SE OETS A QUORUM, AP PROVES THE JOURNAL, AND PAYS TRIBUTE TO SENATOR BECK. Senators Eloquently Eulogize tha Memory of Samuel J. Randall. fa GROSVENOR FOR THE SPANISH MISSION. Bastings far Director General of the World's Fair Sugar Men Before Ways and Means Committee. A quorum appeared In the House to day A vole was at onco had on the approval of Tuesday's journal. It re sulted In yeas, 107; cays, 0. The tost of llio quorum was visible, though not vociferous, and ao the journal was approved. The journal of Wednesday was then read. Sir. O'Fcrrall demanded tho reading of tho votes nama by name. Speaker Heed endeavored to dissuade him from Insisting on this demand, saying Its only effect would bo to delay tho public business, which was eulogies of the laic Hcnator James I). Deck. Mr. O'Fcrrall, however, Insisted on tho reading of the notes, whether anybody was e...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 13 September 1890

i. toS ng THE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1890. 2he Daily Critic AWP rAPTTAl . 5Tk Onlf Dmoeratte Dnilf Paper Pnb- Mttd at Wmhinfton. kRY VMlMO , it tea wAgmNttTw cttmtj cesifAsr. orrtcn-. 99 O 8THB1T rtORf nri WAftJUMPrTM: CttT O. C. By Stft (ote prepaid), t yea " " t month rttrtttn the e'tM month 0 MftO flfcfttt ... mMgm,.c. "" WABtlWTP. P. C . 1890. OJI THE WAHPATB. Major J. O. Krrbrv. author or "Til !l Spy" tad a w. it known Wssfctag ton newspaper correspondent, ha -wtfHvfe another bmk. a very racy ow, cMttkil "On the Warrmtt " It optn wHk ike tlfntfirant sentence: "Thtt h cl a war story." Aortitis not Ith fnttrify book In whrta tbe author W a good many personal missiles, fllailng Ihtm at several well-known newspaper men or mis city, in ex pJatsilttt: the motive of these attacks the Major remarks somewhat apologetically: "It will be apparent to the most carnal ttar'ir that, in telling so many things that are sure to illpiease, the writer 11 ml at li t bettylng ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 13 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, HATUKDATI EVEMING, PEP'lI'MHEK 13 1890. givil mni. 6R0S?IOR lrfSWTS PUTNAM ft WT A RESIDJKT OF 0M9. Aomltfert lie Wrnte the I.ettftr test Save He W'n lrvtH Th UefcS rnHtee. THtftlt bmvrcnttr, J Tie Committee on Reform la the v ivii cnmT nmi n meeting inn naorn Irg. Mr. Lyman, pnsfiteBt of the ( it'll 5 or v fee Committor), Ml a owe fully prepared tWtemtUt In regard tn ttie cbar?es preferreil afalas'. tii Commission by Qmiefri Grraveaor lie dwelt particularly on the case of Iiufiis Tutiiam. This ease appears to nm nn a rivtesUrro of leal residence Jlr. Putnam has lived here since he wns 1, attending school, but has al ways regarded Marietta, O., at his home. His parents lived and dletl there, leer ing him property which he still owns sr.d pays taxes on. Mr. Putnam was Irtmglit here as a lad hy his relatives, who, as well presumably ae his guar dian, live In Matleltn. Chairman Lehlbatk held that Mr. Putnam was a leeral .t-sliknt of Marietta, Ohio. Ocneral Grosvenor h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 13 September 1890

THE DAILY CIUTIC PATIT"RDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1890. Tins Daily Critic oirr KPKotAJja. Ittntiten's New putt (KmmI. cn Redden, the pioneer installment man, centrally locate t fin and M2 Seventh street nrttnWest, has Jtist reinmed from tlw east etOMTkeu with an Immense opplyof Ml Mm Of hfWXpttrt foods, carpet, stores, ruae, ate. Ton can faratsh yottr honw from ojmt to tjtrtrt, at this store, with ash yeleJR, ea tM nratallffient pise, IV. II. Hnttchtnn Ow.'s ImmetKw Hlcttnn. Oo eatf exanrrae thetr lovely Parlor W. 8ft lfenea tor f So. fctnerln chiTToruM OS . Half prfce ft t all unseasonable oo I. Sw patterns of carpets that oannot he daprieated, at priew which win surprise yon. Ask to be shown tho' Solid Oak Beq room Suites, 1 nieces, fur $ I. Also their SW, 8 pfeees, of Snlld oak Bed room Suite. These suites are all IHmas, and will, no donst, please the most fattdlons pnrahaser. All oMem for Wall paperlnc for the next tw weeks at per cent divinat, at w. H Horonrot , Co ', 121 lsn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 15 September 1890

PRICE TWO OffiPfl. 23 YEAKNO. G.901. WASHINGTON, D. C MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1890. V flJSl flPOLiOGY. OFFICE OF W. A. PIERCE & CO., Successors to E. G. Davis, 719 MARKET SPACE. STOREKEEP1NG, like housekeeping, lias its cleaning up times. We have had ours. And to the ladies who have visited us during the past six weeks we now extend an apology for the many inconveniences to which they were subjected. The odor ol paints has per meated every nook and corner of our store and thecar penter and paper hanger have been busy. Numerous Improvements Have also been made, and you will hardly recognize the interior of our establishment, so many changes have been made since its occupancy by E. G. Davis. In making these changes we have studied carefully every comfort for our patrons and employes and a-c sat isfied now for you to judge whether or not we have been successful. While all of these improvements have been in progress our Fall Goods have been arriving. The very latest fancies in ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 15 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1890. ?IIH DAILY CRITIC ASP CAPTfAL. St Drift Dmoeratte Pnilt, Piper tttb kdat Waihington. ttt oFFtoB: en fi 8TX88T ORtvrsf , WASBtlBBWS CITT. T. P. 8frtlft0itwpr-pW). i rest 18 " " 1 month & iwttlfcttcttt,! month & o street waatot 0. c. WisatRoWR. D. d.. Ssrt.t&, ls& AWBllteYLYAariA "OUT1UOK." It fc of Ifce row over tt exclusion f mtorwtt students from tke Maryland T. School, ft I Interesting to note tke master Is wkick a colored Mttn!rtM( h trentrd tke otker day In tke rock tiMwd ftefrtttilican State of Pennsyl vania. The following rtatdutrotr, adoffett try ike Colored Odd Fellows' roufMtton to West Cheater, !., speak for themselvee. Whereas Bomber of the delegates have received very Inhospitable treatment frem the landlords of a mtmher of totals of tbli fit. and not a fw of 1 hero, elbstrsted a they were by travel, wrre driven from hotel to hotel seeking rent and sustenance; there tore, be It IfrsnrW, That West Cheat...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 15 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, MOJH-DAtf EVENING, PErTKMHEK 15, 1P90. t 1 h L STILL SPARRING THE WAR OP WORDS IS THE RAUM INVESTIGATION. the mtk mm m warn. There Ww it Stumr (ftftfitlti of the Rifrigifttor Gfcq, BUT NONE OF THE CLERKS OWNED STH5K. Pension Office OfTkite a Um Stead Mr. Goepw's Mart to tam a Sifaitail LeWer. Althotich tbe ItMtm InmtlsBttton was prncthsMly elosL SntHrtJey when the comniMw deckled tt wttiki be Is cxpllent to examine all tbe clerks In the Pension Office, the committee met again this morning, as It was tinlreu to nek Sir. Cooper certain questional Sir. Cooper was asked by Judge Saw yer If it was not the duty of the Com missioner to make such rules and orders as would tend to expedite the adjudica tion of all completed cases? Mr. Cooper replied that It was not a fair (lucstlon ami tlmt ho could not an swer it without qualification. A colloquy occurred between Mr. Cooper and Judge Sawyer, In which Mr. Cooper said he would not allow Judge Sawyer to dictate his answers. A...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 15 September 1890

TIIE DAIL.Y CIUTIO, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1890. The Daily Critic OUT KPJKOlAtiB. MmMen's New Full Ckwits. tohn Radden, tha pioneer Installment man, centrally located atMOairt i2 Seventh street nnrthml,liH lost rammed from tim et nmten iron an Immense supply of "I kinds of ttonMkeerAag goods, carpets, stove, rntn. etc. Ton can farnlsh yonf nonse tttm trt o (arret, at this stora. With cash rrtrvs, on the Installment plan. TV. II. llBHRhttin W.' tmmemfe ItetlMettsnm, Oo sad examine their lovely rarlor als 8tx ptews for &n. HI' her In flurry or ild oak. Half price, ftr all nneonnMe tw Pnch pattern of Carpets that canno ho dnptleatoa, at prloea which will surprise Jon Ask to h hown those Solid Oak Bed room Snfte. 1 pieces, for it. Also their J2J, 1 Pieces, of solid Oak Bed room Soites. These Wattes arc all ntrsias, and will, no donht.pleasethemott fastMlons pnrofcaapr. All order for Wall papering for the nett two waeks at 3per cent discount, at w H. Hoi-onro To ', 121 In r st...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 16 September 1890

PRICE TWO GSNT& 23B YEAR NO. 6,002. WASHINGTON, D. O.. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1800. ri , GAPITOL GOSSIP SENATOR CARLISLE ON THE MONEY MARKET, LIKELY TO PRECIPITATE A GRISIS. He Attribute It to the Financial li. Policy of the Administration, ABD ESPECIALLY TO THE TARIFF BILL. A Great Deal f Spmlallea-'-Rallroads Built on Credit Interest Paid Bond' helders Before It Is Due. The unsettled condition of the money market has become a source ot alarm to the Administration and anxiety to the Itcpubllcan party. They fear the oftect of a stringency In the money market upon the fall elections. Consequently they ate straining every point to avert the danger. Senator Carlisle wa9 asked what he thought of the present financial situa tion, and what, In his opinion, would lie the outcome of the prosont strin gency In the money market! "Well," said Mr. Carlisle, tho pros cnt outlook is certainly very threaten inc, to say the least of It, hut of courso no one can predict tho final result....

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

TnE DAILY CRITIC1, TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 10,1890. tms Daily Critic AB CAPITA!, 7 t Only Pmtoeratte Dattg Piper TV total it WmKngion. STASH tWrjTI,. ClttTlO COttPArVY. OFFICE: 943 ffftf KORTMW18T, WAifllWMUVlW CTTT. O. C. THQK OT itBtXJrHPTloN, T Wall (jswt prepaid), 1 TfRr Is " " 1 month ! ) r " ntt the eft, i month MIS fltfWftte, fAmiwtw. I. a. Burr. IB, 1W9. Wttf QtlWUBw Fame i"jMjpfMi ago a mottoo ):-i)el; a irnoefatlc CangfteMmM to 1 kc i' o Outy oft quinine and put that t ng n tire fret) Rtt. The RefatbH- ant la Cc ogress rose op IB arms stalest the pfcptsfttoii. Tier declared thai 'n adot It wes to rain the qtilntm i anttfsim of the country we be ere there wm two Ami. In the United flats nnnd in the nntttrem A rnwertwl lobby, working In the interest f the qBttilne monopolists, besieged th" itoon of Congress, and for a tine It mmctl to be an even question whether fried ami Mtflahneae bached by money, ' t lie Interests of the whole people would prevail. The Itepnbrtcaei argu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 16 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1(J, 1M)(). r-,'i K w- IN BOTH HOUSES RITOUT Off T11R RAILROAD LAND FORTSTTURfi BILL mm to m m mm to-mi. Utii Body Also Pmm Ik 1mm M6ITS Ctttiwit ti ititafW Q8AY. Mr. Ketvt Sjak to Mf. Eslw's Rt- lnHB-8plkT .! EtfTNVR lis Ttows s ttn Matter. The Senate met at It ft. m. with Yr President Morton Ih the chair. Mr. llistek ItiUmlttcetl a Mil to aMtherla. the constrnelton of n taonei oonneotlng Btftten Island with Long Islaml, N. Y the some as the bill Introduced In the llcmte yestenlsy by 5tr. Covert of New York. The Senate then proceeded to con sider for an hour bills on the calondar unobjected to, tbe first bill being Senate bill authorising tlio Librarian of Con press to purchase at not exceeding $80,000 "Townsentl's Library of Na tional, State and Individual Records" concerning the origin, progress and consequences of the late civil war. Mr. Cock roll questioned the utility of the proposal purchase, and commontod upon Mr. Kvart's having r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 16 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890. The Daily Critic O ITT KPKOIA.M. rttrrittOnM Mew Pull ttaswHi. John Rudden, the pioneer Installment m(l, ttwrtralry located M no and on Seventh street fRTh1l, Mrs Jiwt retnrned from thr east MB Starlets with an Immense sapptf "f Ml Mm of housekeeping goods, carpet, stores. MM. Me. Ton ran fnralsh mr nonse from centr to aarret, at tnts store, with cash to garret, at tnts stot on the Installment plan. W, II. Ilmighttni .V Co.'s Immewee ltWHtethtn. Bo Mi examine their lovely Prlor tnltes. 8fMnfMW Ilther in ch rrror solM Oh. fWf price ft r all nnseaimaoie gool. ml patterns of carpets that eaanot be dlMtamea, at prices which trill snfnrtse fern. A to be shown those Solid Oak Bed room Sn'tes, 3 piece, for lis. Also theft $1. trteee", of Solid oak Bed room saltes. Tme Suites are all Damn, and still, no (HAM. please the aunt fastldlons pnrehtsw. Ail order for wall papering for the next two weeks at sspercent dlsrnnit, at W. ft. Hoi oitm...

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. — 17 September 1890

V- 23D YEAR KO. 6,003. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1890. TRICE TWO GENTS. fit orncs of W. A. PIERCE & CO., 710 MARKET SrACE, mE DESIRE to say a few words to the ladies about a De partment In our store which under the old regime was somewhat obscure. We re fer to our Mourning Department Tins Department is now completely stocked with an elegant line of goods, and will at once command your attention. These goods were bought from first hands direct, thereby saving the middle man's profit for you. Silks. We carry a very desirable line of Silks in all the latest weaves not confined en tirely to black, but embrac ing Stripes and Plaids, Linen Department, The air ol completeness which characterizes all of our Departments is especi ally noticeable here. Table Damasks, ranging in price Irom 50 cents up to the very finest. Napkins to match, all colors. A New Department, Ecdtcatod to tlio children, has been opened, and crrxclal care ban boon taken In Its fur iil.MnK. ...

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. — 17 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17,1890. !Tica Daily Critic AtD. CAPITA!. stilt Onlf Emoemtte Duty Pnpif 1- MMat WmMneto. ? aitst-tirta j4rtit CRITIC COMPAt. omci: ,fl4t SfRBT KORTMW"T, wAfKIMrTON CTTT. D, r. 'VMIfMI SPf KfBSCMtl'timii i$tt flasattaaie pTerufd), 1 rear KM I ttoath tt tt'MIBt.J0t THie came, MS D9UWBv wmmim,T.c. TasSS:l fc iitisaM aiintur Mil ulii i 11 . WHi!Wft. D. 6,. 8tiFF.lt iSfr. TB i no t0!!LYmS0R ACEFt L. ffnf I'M whlen was passed by tn Fenftte v.rtejvJay ranking the Post tsvtftir tietremt the Orator of tbe tot attl giving him the poef to irrMtrBrlt Mitt without mrtte deny to ry person or corporation tbat cornea titdr Mi tmi ttra m of the Unites! Htutos Btults l om of Mm Mafingt attacks noon the eon huitonl and elrll rlcntt of the attlsen ttmt hm been devVanl wrest In them latter dart of centralisation of piwer and pv tefnI gowrwnent. That it aealnt Bri crunk like Mr. Wahamahmh MrtiM suggest such legislation ami bmtil the whole power of bit great...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 17 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, "WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1890. V - 13 IT A SUGGESS 1HK INVENTION RilOW!? A3 THE I NIYKJISAL REFRIGERATOR. TESTIMONY FXOI IHIT WAftTERS. Br j Cold Air tntoml si I hmmm Arnoasi of Cost. hie simple mm mvt mmv. The System ftpwiilly tflfeetive fa torts Where PfvtiiiMt Aft Kept ia 8tk Coiner Tkii let. Thk Crtttc yestetrtsy rsrferrwl gn crallvto the rwwHns; Inmtlnwtkm of Ccmmihiw Hatim. Dnring ttm lites. tlgfttlon an effort was maile to show that the refrigerator in which General Itanm Is Interested rm a worthless Invention, but the committee decides! that this was. not Rermane to the matters Umler In vestigation. Subsequently the New York WcrM published a letter saving that the refrigerator was a useless In vention. The Pott lias Investigated the matter and this morning published the result of Its Investigations, which Thr C nine reproduces for the purpose of ambling Its roaders to judge or them selves concernlne the truthfulness of the charge thai this device h...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 17 September 1890

"1 T- -"--I f 'iflm TTirl irrwiifrfcjiri - . n -jitS T THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, (SEPTEMBER 17, 1890. The Daily Critic ojtrr M'KaiAi,a. Koilden's New Pnll ItemrS. John trodden, the pioneer Installment raait, MMnll lfl"Ptl at wo and k Seventh street (MtliWest, has tnst retnmed from the east MlMMrtets with an immense snpplynf all klms of howsekeeplng goods, carpet, stove, MSB, etc. Too can furnish your honse from cwjtr to grret, at this store, with cash tsrSrjts, on tM ttrttdiiment plan. IV. II. Umtghttm Co.' Immeifm HeMmttnmt. On art fMifttMi thlr tnmlr Parlor sinlfes. mi: ti-- - m-ri ar.-s :: ' ;::: ... ilPHJUiB ror sm auncr in i nerry or smm m. Half price fcr all unseasonable gl. patterns of carpets that cannot be teat at prices whteh trill snrprlse s.a m ne nnwn titoso soiici uak nm- i tea, i ptaees, ror iib. a mo inerr st. i. of Solid Oak Red room Suite. ee Suites are all Daoiss, and will, no fit nlssk th molt fatMlon nntvh.tr All order for wall papering for the nest i...

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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