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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 18 September 1890

K I - HBtW 23D YEAR NO. 6,001. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1S90. PRICE TWO CUNTS , k CAPITOL GOSSIP RESOLUTION TO EXPUNGE KEN NEDY'S SPEECHWILL PASS. THE OHIOflN TO FOLLOW QUAY'S POLICY. Silent in the Houso, but Will Retaliate Through the Mails BY SENDING OUT COPIES OF THE SPEECH. Preserving the Unfair Republican Gerry mander of Ohio 'Doings in Senate and House Other News. Owing to the absence of Judge Blcwatl of Vermont, who lain charge of the resolution to expunge from the Record Mr. Kennedy's speech, ngreod on yesterday by the Judiciary Corn mlttcc, nothing will bo done In the matter to-day. Judge Stewart will bo present to-morrow and will endoavor to bring the matter up enrly in tho day. Under tho rules there would bo twenty minutes allowed onch stdo for debate, nfter tho or dering of tho previous question. The Judiciary Commltteo will con tent Itself with tho rending of the reso lution. Mr. Kennedy, acting on tho ndvlco of judicious friends, will say noth...

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. — 18 September 1890

yiTE DAILY CRITIC, TIITTESDAT EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1890. Tile Daily Critic AUTD CAWTAT 3wt Dnfy Dmoertitte Pnilf Paper Pitb nsftsstal Wmhfngton. BJtlHY stamma " YTWt WAtHlAttTON OKITIO OtJ.WtMSt. omcS: JJ 8 gTUggT NORTH WBT, ... WASBtWBTOS CTTT, 1. C. fMun of sviwcmptTOT, fSSySTBe prepeM). 1 year, Br Iftft m m - 1 month .. rfftttntnectty. 1 month AwWnWw , THlt CKITIC, Ml D WrWW, WnWsrosJIwIwt B.C. " WAHtrtrnTOB. B. 0.. 8pt.l8. WW. TBAiyon AffAtif. Tan gertd bni Ignorant Traibor of 11 a Msrjiand ltetmMkmi Ascmlatlon, bator replies to day to otir watte r n ntHs of Jtstt rrlay. urn! with the bonl Mr Of ft ntf cnnfMrnt man flatty denies Inat be h Istftorant of the Crvll Service law, or that lie ' -deiionnceri" that miKh abtswd statute. 1nnt Mr. TJiAtJtoR ctfd not ilenonnce the law Is hne, probably; for, m he rnys he merely dwelt very sererely.iitton it, and (bete Is a difference, we mutt admit between dwelling severely rm a thing and denouncing It. We must In sHt, though, upon our oth...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 18 September 1890

THE DAILY CEITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, PEI'lTMBER 18, 1PH0. lit r ( i . l' ,si - : FATAL ACCIDENT. AN INFURIATED I0RSS DASRR5 INTO A CROWD OP SPWTATORS. Id Men SerrMMly InJnreM at lln- slngefs IMinmr Tttts Mnrnlftft 'While Amtther Itystnntter l)rin Ilenil rroHi Wight Tlil morning Mr. Dn Cootey took n horse to BetrslafPBt's tmnw bM4t on Louisiana limine, bptwwn Xloth aird Tenth Mitels, ami offered it for sat. The animal was hitched up ti a bran new IMland bnsrgr and ststtal sronml lie exhibition rlnf. William Illey, one of the tmsted tflored drivers who Is employe 1 there, handled the reins. He drove at quite a fast alt ami made too sharp a Inrn. He Is quite a heavy man, and. his weight as the Irargy went over on one side sufficed to overturn It and throw him In the ring. Finding Itself free from restraint and frightened badly by the overturning of the vehicle, the horse dashed madly around the ring. As It came to the corner from which It started It dashed madly Into tho crowd who were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 18 September 1890

r in ( THE DAILY CHITTO, TIirUHDA? EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1890. The Daily Critic our nvraiAna. KwtWen'a New rail fflt. wWiiiwttuffB the pioneer hKStalltncnt muttt wMftfir Kioatjgd at aao and 983 ssvetth street BWIhWet hus Jnst retomed from th ewt unnwsera srita an immente snow? or an M of VNyttMveepliiK noods, car pete, stove. e. Ton can fnrnlsh font hnose f wm to cmnet. at this bm. wrth nanh tttna, on the Installment plan. W, 11. llanghtnn . CJn.'a ImmetHt Ilcttnetrnns. tmt exunttnn thfSr Inntlv Prlw antun. IMmm for S. Mtherln cht rrror olM . Half price fcr all unseasonable foods. eft patterns of rarpeta that eanno be nea, at price wnien win surprise At w be nhown those Solid Oak BJM Sirttes. s nlece, for SI Aim their t. ea, ot SniM oak nes room 8aite. Sottas arc all mms, and will, no pfenae ine moi ramraton purchaser. cnfnr Wall nanxrlnr for lt nnt ith weeas avper cent, anrmn, at W H. Hornnwv A CV , 1S1 188ft F afreet northwest. The National SnTe Delimit Ummpany, tinr. lAth St. an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 19 September 1890

lywi5SSa5WrW. , K', !ij"..-,ia'- 23 YEAR NO. 6,905. WASHINGTON, D. C FRIDAY EVENING, FEPTEiM HER VJ, 1890. PJUOfi TtVO OSTrS L V' GUPITOL GOSSIP CZAIl REED CATCHES A QUORUM ON THE FLY. SCENES OF DISORDER IN THE HOUSE. A Meeting of the Oenferrws on the Tariff Bill To-Day, SUGAR WILL PROVE A STUMBLING BLOCK To Authorize the Secretary sf Treasury to Bay Silver Ballion-'-Mwtlng of House District Committee. Noise and arbitrary rulings by the C iar characterized the session of the House again to-day. There woro but five Democrats present when the Speaker counted those Ave and the 100 ltepubllcans, Including himself, and declared It a quorum. Mr. Crisp, who hai come to the front ns the leader of the minority in the past two or three stormy sessions, tried to have the journal corrected, but failed, the vote standing 14 to 2. Mr. Crisp claimed no quorum. Mr. Cannon said thoro wcro a number of ltepubllcans present who were paired Mul had not voted. Mr. Crisp suggostod a roll call, and a 1 (pu...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 19 September 1890

VfJBte mm'W.'llWU TnE DAILY CKITIC, FIUDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10,1890. f - 3Kffil Daily Critic AS f AttTA', IV r Onfj? tiWf ruffe IMlg Pff P seamy a amino tVASHlNBTON OKIT1C OWJtrUSY, OFFICE: 94S STRBItT WORTHWftSf, VfAMHSWTOS CTTT. U. C. fSJMiirwciifffros. JHFiiK PPM.!JT t " " 1 mouth 91 OsWwintleftt, Inwnth "" TJIrtCKlTtC, WttMlftfttCti. 8. C ianMmnrwmw..i .. , , i,. ,-..-- ,....,. WaB!TOl. D. C, ?PT. 1 WW. ,..,,.., - ... -- "' HUME'S RETT BMCAXS. Th rfefrtiMrcaas of tfrt AteMn Me Coiigttstkmal dtetrtet of Vlr jgtetft are peculiar. At tMr crartattm yesterday they rtwlml-"- 1. That frW schools, frw speech ami a ftft bullot art the great pillar on wkkh ttefmbltcan laliinttos mast S. That they believe that a falratnl lire rxptwtloh of Iht popular will csmMol tw enjoyed by the llerwWlcws Of Ylrflnia In the Kigbth district, 8. trtmi therefore they ileemetl It In cxpettkBt to mke a nomination. They aim resolved negatively that they would support a camtMate op posed to the Lowie-Hebo Ele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 19 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1800. W& DISMISSED THE GASE. m OFFICER R1I.RT TRIEB ON A GHA1WE OF AMADLTIirf CARTEL .tmtge Miller' Klchtenn InrUcnntlnn. If the Jinn Who AftsMtrtt Mbln- tesli In rml lie Will lie I'nnrShelt, Walter Cutter, th eoltwwl man who ws so bmtMly clubbed by OAtcer Mc intosh on September It, ppeml In tbc Police Cotift this nfterMJon at com plaining wltirtwi aflalrrtt Officer William IUley. whom he charged with an assault. Carter testlftal that UPey held him down over an Iron fence oa E street while j.clntosk tiki the clubbing. He also siild that In front of the station house IUley told Officer Mcintosh to club him some more a he hail not given him enough. Thomas Drayer, who Was with Carter on the night that the assault was al leged to hare been committed, said he did not seethe assault but heard Carter say across the street, "Don't choke me that way. I will report your conduct to the Lieutenant." Light or ten witnesses, nearly all Sixth Pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 19 September 1890

s 'SBXawWra "" TIIE DAILY CEITIC, 11 , AY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1890. Tub Daily Critic , ftvNMen' Sew rati tirt, . John Redden, the r4rne r intitmflt man. 0trlih3ptw?ti,rMrrttthrtm-t thWwt,int J BSt MA JMt ett wtthti rcmrned frtnt the etst- (W of nriWsVOepi ' j fi xJ . ' . TO. TBUI can rnrriHh voti T to MITef. at fhj nN-.tn tstt pn, on tne msrailrM-nl r'an It, HAWrhton . Co '4 linmMW aVrtnetfons. Iiw :hHr lo-elj r iri r ')' Kitnor in (. ntrry ;hi itf arppis IN' isnri' No tf'cr 'ch I "'it-u'i BBftaS: ' I.flrt 1ml l I. Ft. M.M(nmiB m-!Wh' i- t.nrrfts, - (Mm for Well im ritrtir f..i "ho II imwrnttnttn pw "! n.-.m-, t W H -l.'i ...if . ,iiii . t . itwrevr f -t n,rt' She Natttwtai mtm netwatlt CnmtN?, 0r. lflth !t. and l, T t.eio). (Morten for 9:rrwr(. inwel'r, Lace, nil Sands Mid valuable r ( kinds. CtM Mmt Safe' deposit fcwtet for rent At tn rerj hrwtwt rate , relief h mm A WfU'KnnwH CnrNft 'rwket Mfr tihlnn Wltk 1hMl !, Ifope Barren. r as -be m rfftter itnows. Hop .T'-n, ,m Inmate of...

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

fln M 28D YEAHNO. 6,900. PRIOR TWO GENTS. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATUKDAY EVENING, SEPTJ3MHEH 20, 1890. h t SCHOOL ' CLOTHES N MONDAY morning when your boy starts to school It will be a satis faction to y6u to know that he will be as well and as stylishly clad as his com panions. II you have any doubt about it, bring him to US to-day and you will be sur prised to see what a good, serviceable and stylish suit you can buy for a small amount ol money. Our School Clothes this season arc the nobbiest and most DURABLE garments to be found in Washington All ol them well and strongly sewed and thoroughly tail ored, the usual weak places made doubly strong and are as near perfection as it is possible for clothes to be. Shall we see you to-day ? B. Robinson & Co 'i AMERICAN OUTHTTERS, 909 PA. AVE. N. W. BIG RAILROAD PROJECT. KnslUli Capital!.!, to llullil a KoaJ lletueen few York nntl Ulilcaco. New York, Spt, 30. A Wllkesbarre special to the H'orW says- The English capitalists liaveguarantee! ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 20 September 1890

THE DAIIjY CRITIC1, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPtEMRER 20,1890. & i i Daily Critic n ATX CJtffTAt. BXamV SMcaVmrtO .iMi'mnVR oniric wimPas. OFFICt: f4S D STREnVT mftTHvTmf, WAMffiWrfOft CTW. P r. TstrWB or SPBScmPtlOll. tjt!njjirmptsrmtywn' 18 " 1 month trttr ra tt cRy, 1 month .... m A"" I'M &Ui0, ft. I "I I .r Wi!t0!t, B. C, RTT. SB. tS. ""SaViAMS COSVERt02s lnS' tj w's tribute to the Memory i ' H 1 te ftssTtRt. .'. Rasdall, i .!.!: 'During kit IHteM Mr. t srAt.i. guts much tfamght 1.1 telitUn (ineetrofts, and M A ttmtt of hit meritutkmt he been a jMsnber, nhrnjt two months before tils t'tftiti, of the Metropolitan Presbyterian t atttch. Ills wm In no sense a death tott conversion. It wm a genuine con- JMMo of faith in the Christ! n re llrion, buitit npon n Intellectual ev hmtnatkmof Its fnndamental doctrines.'' Kegaritlnt; Mr. KAnM religious t xpt ticBcet, Tun Critic hug come Into rsssetsfon, on what It believes, to be jt ml anthotttr, of the following Inter esting narration: fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 20 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1800. 8 i THE THEATRES AN EXCELLENT BILL OF FARE FOR FOOTLWHT COHMS8WJR8. WHAT WILL BESrtEMOBtttnittK Richard Slaki't MtMiws Optra, "Tli dm KiBf." at Attack's. VAUDEVILLE CltEAM AT THE NATIONAL. High Clan Mtledrama at ike Cosy Bijou. Ksmn's Dainty FMt Oonip of Ialerwt fa Tknln-Smrs, AlbnuEh'a Clrnntl Upern ttnnao. With the opening of the fomth week of the season ml the rtturn of the great hulk of the summer tomlels, Albaugh's Grand Opera House will present the William J. Gllmore Oomlc Opera Com pany from Palmer's Theatre, New York, In the latest comic opera suc cess, "The Sea King." This work of the well-known composer, Iilchanl Blahl, tho most attractive, If not the lest he has ever Riven to the public, comes from Palmer's Theatre, New York, whero during the summer Us tuneful numbers, linntltoma stago set tines, and brilliant accessories have de lighted thousands. The New York papers unite In the declaration that not slnco the succe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 20 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, PATt'KOAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1890. I The Daily Grttic oirr arryiA&a. Itmlrten'a New Fall Hsujits. voMi aMqM) tha ptotrcar iMtawimit bma MtmnfMMtiil at Wand ass aeratta street nuinwasu nm jnst retntiwd from tne mt- MftjMMteta wtni an iftmwnr snppiy of si! vrHn an iWllflM tip sattmntnr rr1. carne! ftaXMfte, ton cn fnrnlsh yonr Vmte f tow imnn noBseKeermw rooa. carpets, stow. MiR to jHWTet, at this stora, tstth cash j-nevw, on ine installment pian. IV. It. IlBnghtnn A Cn.'s limtnim Ileit actio rs. Qo aatJ oxanrine their lorely rsrlor anltas gjxrSJS for l Hither In chsrrTorsolM tji. Half prfca for all unseasonable foods. $afc patterns of carpets that cannot he aWMWtteJi, at prices which will snrprlse Jt. Ask to be shown those Solid Oak Bed too 8n tea, s nlece, for lid Also their S. lucres, of Solid Oak Bed room Snite TMse nltes are all Daisies, and will, an tKmbt, please the mott fatldlnns purchaser . All orders for Wall papering for the neat two weeks at 4S pe...

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

i v$ 23D YEAH HO. 6,907. WASHINGTON, D. O.. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1800. price two offiarrs. Exclusive Designs, IN addition to our large assortment of staple styles, we are showing the finest se lection of novel and EXCLUSIVE designs in garments for the Young Men, Boys and Children ever exhib ited in the city. Do not fail to see those NATTY TOP COATS for boys from 7 to 1 2 years of age, made from imported Kersey, in blue, black and drab shades, cut and madeon the same lines as the gentle men's coats. They are the MANLIEST little garments of the season. Also a full assort ment of other styles of O vercoats.light and heavy-weight REEF ERS, and. in fact, anything in the way of Boys' and Chil dren's garments that is stylish and reliable. Moderate prices al ways. B. Robinson k Co I! AMERICAN OUTFITTERS, 909 PA. AVE. N. W. MASTER PAINTERS DETERMINE Not to TuUo Hack uuy r Their Strik ing l!iiiiluf ei. There was do change In the situation of the striking bouse painters and decorators...

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

THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22,1890. . -r 'JCTrra Daily Gryviq - t ANPCAfftA'. xamv sxanma VASHlNlWfMrl UKItlO Cvj.ttrANt. omc: 948 BbTRBBT HORTrlWS'?, WAgBWBTPW CltT. P C. fHRM8 Of 8VIWClWtWS. ifr ant onmtff ptiM), i yea 1 month tWHtttJ I the City. iBMBth A" Til CRITIC, M B SttWtn. MMHMI,C.C. i i i . . ..ill Tw HrAmTwi 'temMW fa jintk." M they are onwtm called by Mrtn wko look npmi tbe wine when ft Is rest af divided amon themselves, awrl f Iffcitftg like rata and tlojrsi. The mr that for met dM fell Rw trebly thnndriM sweeps tilt t. aoti kit the tent of tbe order are In A coBrlltfcm of great MttMlon. Tke jlftBt warriors-- tke boos ltechftbttes wre in fnll armor ami are quaffing larjr jtWatt of filtered Potomtw water-- fparkllmr and bright In tke morning light, prtrparatorv to a death ftrnprde, not with ike kots of tbe mloon, faint with each other. And this wrttstlon this renewal of en Mmott (pent hittle 'his hurrying io nd fro this outcry this sound of i lathing rm...

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

THE DAILY CEIT1C, MOMDAt EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2;i, 1890. r HALF A CENTURY OLD. SEMI-CENTENNIAL OF ST. MATTIEWS CHURCH CELEBRATED YESTERDAY. An imrmalne Oeremnnlal Sin (tele brntnl by Onrillnnt (HhMins 9r man by Iter. I'ntlmr KHih- nrtl tllntbrr sr ttto Strrtetnre. "With the fafrwt of km, th mint rc.tpltndmt of altftr HhW ami th pmmlist of mnfte, tiro fftlfltli antit vrity of the ttalrcattos of 9t. Matthew's Catrrolfc Cltnrth tvss tb sitvttl ytatrrrlay with lmpo1n cere monks. The oM etliflc. was thtungel xvltli members of the congregation ami traDRers In the city. The pon'Irtclnl lilgh mass at 11 o'clock ma celebrated y Cardinal Gibbons, with the Very Ikv. Dr. MAfBlen, 8. S., assistant pilcst, Itev. .1. A. Walter of St. Pat rick's Church, deacon of the mass; Itev. James F. Mackln, stib-tloaoon; Ilcvs. M. J. Walsh ami John Lloytl, deacons of honor, and Revs. T. J. Kcrvlck and K. A. 'Williams, masters of ceremonies. The canltnalato colors prevailed In Iho altar coverings and the pulpit w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 22 September 1890

THE DAIIT CIUTIC, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1890. ii TffiB JDailt ORrrte aiTX HVrOlAM. MlHWht'i JTevr lM WW BUM. JWla RWdelltlP8 InVffler IIMSEallltteflt ?2OTj ttlltrtmy hX'atSm atMpRlra Mt 98 I 6oih 8tT8A fmHhfftit. hw Jmt returned from th iSfSJS!J' n lmnwn ntnMr ' n amy Uff hutuseRniproii foods, carpet, stoviss, ran, We. Ton can famish your itoase f mm eemat to mm, t tm stors, with wS prtesw. m tire Installment plM. VT. II. Itemchtttti On.'s IffiiMM Mes. usst ft, Oo tatl MtMrine their lovely Parlor lofte. MX ptw-js tot Hft Rltberln Clwrrt or olld OIK. mil price ft r all nneannaMe ood. Smt patterns of Carpets trrnt cannot be dnpttearM, at price which will st-rotl yon. ASR to be shosrn those Solid rk Bent rnotn Salt, 1 piece, for ill AIo thetr $, piece, of soiw nan rooTi saites. The Snttes arc all Puts. and will, no doaM. plee the most fatMton porch-?. A II orders for Wall papering' for the next two weoss at 8jt cent drwomt, at w. H. Hprn-iro-l A Co ', 11 HJ f street northwest. ...

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

jS ! 6 23D YEAH NO. 6,908. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2JJ, 1800. PBIGJ2 TWO dJBNm UY n r fti r DROPER n I CLOTHIWU OUR stock of PROPER WEIGHT CLOTHING is now at its best. All the new styles arc here and In none of them have the sizes become broken, If you want to see the perfection oi artistic tailor ing, look through our su perb assortment of Fall Overcoats, Prince Albert Suits, Cutaway and Sack Suits, separate Trousers, Fancy Vests and Boys' Clothing, all new and SEA SONABLE garments, made from RELIABLE fabrics, in the height of STYLE and thoroughly TAILORED. Bear in mind that oar prices are lowest NOW. Not in a future cut-rate sale. Robinson, Parker & Co. AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, A'. 1- Corner Hoteulli uutl II M, .V, Y. AN EDITOR SUES A SOLDIER. 1Ue Latter Arretted Illui During u Klut unit He Want Uuuiacea Oklahoma, I. T., Sept. 98. II. Y. Sawyer of the Oklahoma City 7imu lias commenced suit against Captain Utiles, In command of the United States troops statione...

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

TIIE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1890r Till Daily Critic -famM ANOrAfTTAt. Tit nnlff nwmram PaHf lMptr Pb fnv amnmma ,lfrASHlSjTON CRITIC COfcfWS?. OWTCR: 94fe O STRBBT HORTHWBSt, WABHINtfTOW CITT. P C. Tit).", OF 811 Mt'RI PTIOH, nV(etiwrH.lat St A " 1 month St tfemrt in tM ttr. i wmth ft A' TM8 0IIITIC WMtoWMb, 8. 0. A MI.1 1 ' WXtm imvan, D. C, 9m. 99, 18BP. til. KANSAS CAMPAIGN. A i t ondent of the 2w f or Tttae. tn"n a "careful review of th attna't'-ri. cornea to the conclusion it)h f 'f th first time In hnv hlttoty XttHftt t a ttonbtfut State. The He jtttMtena party hurt been thrown Into MWM coaftoton by the nomination of Oovwnor ItontnnoK by the Democrats and hi imtonemeat by the re stibtnls fc)n Itoimhttonne. Governor Hont.vsos win the Brat Gorernor of Kansas, ami bit mine is associated in the minds of Inn people with the moil stirring times n the State's history. Ite was a Re publican of clean character, and left the jiarty a few years ago and cast his lot ...

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

"V7 THE DAILY CRITIC, TV KU AY KVKNINfJ, SKPTKMBEI. 2,J, 1800. i. I TO BE UNITED. A UNION OF fltWillAI. AMIRtOAH RE PVBLrGB FR9F9SEB. The tTnltwl State IrtvltHl K mt lteprcnritnttie fttatn IrrttMitf ItHrTRrlri'A iMfreatliifn TH Treaty Ktt!taL Jkw Towr, Sept. 88. The BtrtM has Ore follovrlnt rMsfwtch from the City nf Mexico: Swot Vm, who le,raa htre in a few rifijs for Washington, to 91 TMdor's representative In the United States, curries with him letters to Sec retary Maine requesting the United States to name a special and separate representatlre of that country to Sal vador. It is understood that President Ereta has cabled terror Ptm that the Ba' Tailor Congress has approved of this Step being taken. The Jl$raUt' special frrm San Sal vador says: The Salvador Oongremhaa ratified the full treaty of peace with Guatemala as foimutatd by the Diplo matic Corps, with the exception of articles three and four, which are to m re formed by a commission to be sent to Guatemala for that purpos...

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. — 23 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TUEflPAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1890. The Daily Critic aiTT KrrozAi8. Kmtrten'a New VMl Oewits, John K widen, the pioneer installment man, centrally rwcstee t tn) m Serenth ft rest nirthtfet, hw tart ret noted fromthresst einflMrtrn with an immense snpply of all khws of housekeeping (nod, esrprts, stores, nun, Me. Ton can farnlsh fonr nnw from cells to swrret, at this store, with rash prunes, on the Installment plan. IV. II. llemghtan On,' tmmenee Heitnetrmw. Oosse exan SiV?!5i?SrJ Be their !o1y Parlor Mmi x miner in i nerrr or worn i frr all nnsessonable good. 3S3L?ii"T. QiniivaTeni at of Carpets that oannot b nrlnes which will snrnrls ron. Ak to r shown (hose Solid Oak Bed room So; ten. s pieces, for lis. Also theft $, S pieces, of SolM Oak Bed room anltes. These suites ro all Daunts, and will, no donbt. pleas the most fastMlons pwohaser. All orders for Wall papering for the nest two week at SSper cent dlscnnit, at w. B. Hot onr m C . 131 1! F street northwest Th...

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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