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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 30 September 1890

B. 'ls&m PfCE TWO OSMS 23l YEAR NO. 0,014:. WASHINGTON. D. 0.. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 80, 1S90. Stylish and Reliable, WE do not believe in cheap, poorly made clothing at any PRICE, norwould you care to purchase it. But we do believe in stylish and artistic garment j, well and thoroughly made, of good material, fine trimmings and per fect fitting, ready for immediate use, at moderate prices. Our stock contains no garments that are not up to all of these requirements. We cordially invite you to call and examine it, and especially to see the splendid assort ment of NEW styles in FALL OVER COATS. Now is the time when you need one. Let us supply it? From ten to thirty dollars is our range of prices, and our guar antee with each coat. Robinson, Parker & Co. AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, H. V. Corner Notenlli uimI II.SIi. X, YV, APPROVED BY THE PRESIDES!. Olcatures SlRDril, the lilver and liar bur lllll Atnonc Them. The President lias approved the River and Harbor bill; the joist resolu ...

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. — 30 September 1890

TIIE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 80,1890. The Daily Critic . jh attta'. Tin 1 Ml i STht Only moeratie VMlf Paper Pub total At Wathington. mxmrty axtrnma WAiHiswnjN oniric etifttwst. otrich: s4 dsfUMT worth b at, man or srwcmpTms. At pwrwv, i rer ssw " " I month TJMMmhtflMetty. IRtontb THrtCrtlTlC, MS 0 9WW WMMngMMtO.C. Wmrhnhoh, 0. C, Surt. 90, MM. - - - - fHS YXLLOW JACKETS OP PRO TKcTtOS. Tt)BiMhlBoam (Ua.) Jfewn, In ft iffceiwtk of the tariff qnestfoft, rter h ft fact tbat tfie "protetll, tireft to the K In rnhhr-vy r the Sowtfc nlflo tttba Stttvt Tlas Ksbmh that are In Itftgwt with Ike Easier Mbber, ami Brail lit s th) jtft'fwitflhw try a ntii'Mi reftrietfeat mot be a tittle far-fetched lit mi be aftclred without much trmthfe to jpotttkal d bnalnett conrlltlmts now i.xMInf In this er.tintr?. Tit swrrlote Is of Chaftcelior Kr of itnhllte. T nn . ant! Is toltl hjr Mm. TVhtu the Chancellor wan a iHtu rwintrj Imy he was informed by a lawtrr that there m a Rood demand fo...

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. — 30 September 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, FEPTLBEIl :,(), 18D0. P 1 ( V ' l - 't V DRUGGISTS CONVENE 6ATHSMM 9t Til NATMAt WH.ltcUL-1 APSOCUT10N. TFar reelnttf Annum The Wh Cat 1'rree An ttMhwtttrn I'rtegrsimffte or ltlttfllMWt T SW IM n! Trt.imj-. The tfaltrmal Whormt ttrTrjtglsto' Association ttwembfa) In convention lsst nlpht at th Arlington Hotel, In th. large reception room on the gtomitl flocr.Tlw eon mention wm cftlletl to onto by Dr. Petw Yan Miiww of Cbrcago. The delegates were as follows: OeIo rharmacentlcal Association, J. JT. Herd ami 0. E. Ink; Mamchnsetts 1'karmactutlcal Association, .1. W. folrord. E. Waldo Cntler ami F. L t'aiter, all of Boston; New Jersey Phar macentlcal Association, II O Itrersrro, Newton; Alfred F. Marshall, Woodhnrr, and W. M. Townley, Newark; Ameri can Pharmaceutical Association, W. S. T licmpetni and J. A. Mllbttrn, Wash ington, and D. SI. Culbretu. Baltimore; Minneapolis Pharmaceutical Associa tion, J. P. Allen, Bt. Paul, ami II. F. "Webster and Geor...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 30 September 1890

THE DAIT.Y C'rtlTIC, TrFHPAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1890, The Daily Critic OITT HPJtOlAZB. XV IT. Itnnghtan C , rrpormtom aim! Furnishers, tti and 1430 T street northwest. Row is this far a Bsroalftr A Three-Met Bedroom Set Solid oak Law ' $W We will sail yon the same Set, with fprtjm rt Mttrara, for S1W one Hest !i Brussels tssepet, $1 to per yd. nnr brt Tdewttt flfwatfs Carpet, 7lc pet vard out bjt Moqiwtte Osrpet, $1 3 per yard. It foo want nonet, reliable ood at rtaftonaMe prim, Onr Store Is fall of them. All prtees KiMrMteed W H rTornnroH C , MM F street aorthwet Itaritlrn's New Pall ttowls. tnhn Hodden, the pioneer Installment man, centrally loca at Mf and ! Seventh street !"tthweft, has lnt retnrned from the eJl in wartets with an Immense 'npplyof all kinds of hourkepiBit (roods, carpet, stoves, rnirs, etc Ton can fnrulsh your house from l!nr to garret, at this rtore, with eash trices on toe Installment plan. The Nattnnal Sure nptslt Onmnany, Cor. tth St. mill N. Y. Ateine. s...

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

mumFprnmHnt 23D YEAH KO. 0,915. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBEH 1, 1S90. PRI0I2 TWO OEJTS. h 'K ,i ? A nmrniM a j , OYS will be boys. They 'will sit on fences, climb trees, slide on cellar doors and in various other ways manage to wear out their clothes. In buying boys' clothing, one of the principal things to consider is the durability. WE make it a rule never to use any but the most dura ble and WEAR-RESISTING fabrics in the clothes we sell. OUR School Suits for this season, in addition to being as durable as it is possible for clothing to be, are MARVELS of style and elegance. All the NEW EST and nobbiest patterns of the season are HERE ready for your inspection at prices that are as low as other dealers charge for in ferior goods. Let US clothe your boys? B. Robinson & Co Original Boys' Outfitters, ! 909 PA. AVE. N. W. RAUM WILL NOT RESIGN. no Has V.xbtt Cnnltilence That lie Will lie Vlu.llcatoU, The Katun Investigation a practically over for Uie present, but wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 1 October 1890

THE DAILY C1UT1C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, ()( TOKER 1,1890. The Daily Critic AH1' CAPITA!. F'r n'v nwwefdffe 2Xt?f Paper Pnb 'rtteiBt FitffV. -"" Mf I NO tBfeiBr3it oKtTic tmmp.t. 0CTTCB: I 4S rrtT wofttriWef, i WABKUftiTYOlt CTT1. n r flttwt t jBTirtTosf. Xt H '. nmMx i year " tOBth tvilb ety. Jiwontn - fnncmnc, fesB Street, weehflhttoB. D. C. "U V 11 t. C, OcTOBBB 1. t1W. MAS HTTWRtTUm. Tl f the name of Cr arkb, im.ii . Attn tee position t oocerMnjr ' met Ootemment take by Mr. 11 t . the Bwmber of ContrwN from am-land, who I Mewsmlly re- Ipctnl by clttfMt of OMo, !few Yorfc, U'.'nt.i, fnMtyttiMiU and oilier tw f tnn tistoft, MMeti to ft few rotfli car 'v MarrlatMi Mgtroa, seme to believe ibaf 3nc0fJiiA imitate! the proftnsritkwt tMt "CBufrti to hwlote!y wlttiont rnt to delegat authority to any i' .ilrfjml gOTersmftit to 'mrWMe for 1M Mstttet." li (ke mm of the name of Ci.aHkb '" bellre that McCmaj bcmestly ! '(' to lils protwwitlon. then the man i f tlie n of Ci aukb Is stuotil lie rm?...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 1 October 1890

THE DAILY ('KITH , WEDNESDAY ETENIN(, OCTOBER 1, 1800. W l AN OPEN LETTER. A NUXBSR OF PlRTINSTr ITJTRIB8 ADDltflRSBi TO Hfc iTWMAk The wii-rb ai?yhm Sissrh Aeemwai nt Aira fa a llyrnvwMt- WK1 MftrrWer TWWtU tHe 7' - f.)ti E. TrfJVm, Jf. f ', rttmtr of f.Virr-rnfirtir, TViWAiTSflfrtst, A V. Sir If, m rlalmed by ftmr frtanH you are a ml of Commvm-CMifrcilmnn 'or our DpMriet, It swtiw ptoper that mrptnple should know somfthlng; of 'sour opinions us affecting onr rin,hla r,nd our interests. On the 29tl instant, therifore. I wrote yon m follows- m Pending the ronsMeratton of the IItrii t Appropriation Mil In the House of lterreentatlves on the 9(hh tiny of Jnly vullmo. Hon. Thome M. Bnn Is reported to have stated In yonr pretence that In hi opinion "Coejrree Is absolntelr without power lo delegate antbwlly to nny munici pal povernment to legislate for tills Dig trlct.'' On account of the, vital importance ot Hint question to our people ami of the representative relation to our District ...

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

THE DAIIS (1UTIC, WEDNIDAy EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1K)0. The Daily Critic airr trKOJAi,a. llomphtej- rwrvtmlly Umn 111 Wine IMrliST ThM Rrenlne With Alt Kt Millent T.nnch. . Mr. Rtrtpphrv J hit ntlll7wt the dull Tres for th rnrpote or ttotifyinc his frtsn Is and thrjfBiral pnhlli thai he will tit lt fWIT wen his wine purl. r thl eln)t ' 4 oYwrt aad onntmue until l r An excellent Inatn still he gfren to all who hotter Mm with thelrprexenre on this (trawl opetrin ovctMqa. HI parlor are centrally h"tcn at 4IB Ttitrteenth street northwest. Thl feirtlTe epoch In ttre httory of the fameni wine parlor will he an event Ions: to he remMBbereit by hl friend and the pnhlie itcneraTl-. W. It. Ilnnchten OB., Pecorati r and Fnrnlnher, tl and US F Mreet nrrthwet. t?ow is thl for a mrfaln A Ttree Piece Bedroom Set SolM Oak Umre t.laa SW. We will sell yon the aatne Set, with Mrle and Stnttre, for $18.86 Onr best Bndy Brnssals carpet. It w per yard, onr beet Tapetry Unmrat Carpet. V per yard. Onr het Moq...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 2 October 1890

SSsVii.,: -. uiinnnWMIBBHI wY . i PRICE frWO OENTS 23D YEAR NO. 6,910. WASHINGTON, D. C, TIltJKSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1S90. 1 ALWAYS AHEAD EVERYTHING Is in our favor for a busy week. The young men are with us, the weather Is propitious, we have the goods the people want and at the PROPER PRICES and WE are doing the clothing business of the town. Wc have a large assort ment of those ultra-stylish DOUBLE-BREASTED cutaway sack and frock suits that our competitors advertise as the latest wrin kle and claim originality for, but which were intro duced by US last season, which Is only another proof that in the matter of NEW STYLES we are always at least one season AHEAD of the other dealers here abouts. Our Fall OVERCOATS have the call these days, and justly so, too, as no more stylish and serviceable gar ments were ever seen in the city. All sizes, shapes, colors and grades. Can suit anybody. Call and see them. b Robinson, Palter & Co, S Oilglnators. Hot Imitators, j ' (S. i:. Corne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 2 October 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TUTUHDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2,1800. The Daily Critic ANT) cxmtau T mil Dmmattf DtfOg Paptt Pub (MM JPnthinjtm. TVASltlNtftDN OKiriO CJ.W.tAST, OtTtCB: 9H& D STftrSBT MOftTHWaVT, WAOTtranys rrrT.n c. tut, of stnwcwpnos. itj sii8ipwii) iy as a 1 month CMHHtfriMCRMtMHitli A4 TMSCKtTlO, !MMaM, . fl. iinaftsiiliiiii - - - - WAtfHStttttS, D. C, OttoftKft 3, 1W. , ,1 I II -III - " THE MIXOMTY REPORT. Tie wlnotliy of the Control Imrestl eatton committee has made lis report, severely c Mmrtiift Cotntnitwlrtret R.vtM. Ihti mahlria Its trpott In advance if le tijwrt of Hhs majotlt? of ttw roMinttttt, tire tnlmTity fmbUstw Its licJfef that the majority will acqittt the Otflrtilwloiwr of I he charges thai have lif en made ajrstnst him. Tb principal objection of the ml- rmtitjr loQwmlfloficrllM!M seemt to be the universal refila-erator ol'jertlott. ami the loalo of ibis (.Paction appears to ma In almnt this way tiu'wiiCnit inteefoiKT of Pension; lie owns stock in and Is the pt...

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. — 2 October 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1800, i I, (I Vv i in A CORRUPT CONGRESS. SCATHIN8 BBT JUST INDIfiTMaNT OP THAT U6ISUTITB MM. Jlnlctt by MerihlMnphelr IngtalM nml Itetirettterre iteetf Ohr lfent l'ollcy llm Arryctt Hrery Nation A en Inst U, Frtm ftt JvVte Pert TrWwM. Tli adjmnrrrRt of Oengtew will ic a rclkf to the emtntry. Coming into power with so many as surances of achievement ami reform, what has It done? We hare a Pension Mil. Umler the I rcsmre of the petition sharks the lest crflanlwtl lobby ever known In AVaeblngton oTer fifty, ami, perhaps, a hnmlrid millions haTe been atl led to the annual taxtlinn. In profound peace, wltli nothing tn disturb the na tions prosperity, with a sltml of an Army ami a remnant of a Navy, we are paying more for pensions alone than Germany, with her armaments, which master a continent. The war ended twenty-five years ago, and yet we suffer the financial burdens of the war. His tory has NO ritKCBDBNT FOIl THIS CltURt. WRONO. The tar...

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. — 2 October 1890

THE DAILY C1UTIC, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1890. J I 1 THl Daily GftrriG SiTT KPJWlAttH. W. II. lltnta-fcttm On., rwatlwi and Famlstiers, MH aad K F strMJSwtMMst. Ho Is this tor a fcwlw A TsVwsrFstia Dssliootf Set Solid Oas. Lattfo IM) $U. we will mil yon the same set, wH prtns: tad Jlattre, for JI8.M. our test Bod Rrasseia carpet, i in per yard. Ownt Titpmtri Brussels Carpet. 7 per raw. our best Moq'wtre carpet, i. per Tanl. It ton waiit nnnest, reliable a-iwds at lewstHHsMe pftees, Onr Store l fnll of thetn. All prlesjs oaraiiteed W II HnrnttT'i . Co., 13IS 1J91 F treet northwet lttHtrten'a New Fall Omuls, oMi HsMtten, the plotwer Installment wan, cetrWaliy to1 at MO nod Mt Seventh street northwest, Mm Jnst retnrned from taw east etniaarkets with an Immense sniplyof nil kiwis of hoasekeeptna; toai. earpets, stoves, run. Me . Tom can fnretsb your hoine r mm eeila to MM, nt this store, with oash prices, on the Installment plan. The JfMlnnnl Snfo lep1t Uomrmny, Cr. tilth 9t. ami ...

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

... jjsaaj '"wMfl' A W i i 23B YEAR NO. 6,017. s WASHINGTON, D. O., FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBEK 8, 1890. PRIGE TWO OlSN'EI, "ur '.jasgjBiM- as jsjyJtef "" 1 ' i . , i i -iaaaaiMatiMMaaasaaiiaaaaaa l i, !). BOYS will be boys. They will sit on fences, climb trees, slide on cellar doors and in various other ways manage to wear out their clothes. In buying boys' clothing, one of the principal things to consider is the durability. "WE make it a rule never to use any but the most dura ble and WEAR-RESISTING labrics In the clothes we sell. OUR School Suits for this season, in addition to being as durable as it is possible for clothing to be, are MARVELS or style and elegance. All the NEW EST and nobbiest patterns of the season are HERE ready for your itibpectlon a prices that are as low as other dealers charge for in ferior goods. Let US clothe your boys? Bi Robinson & Co ! Original Boys' Outfitters, 909 PA. AVE. N. W. THE SlIUATION IN GUATEMALA. (Jenerul 1)1. content Helena Aguloat llnrii...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 3 October 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3,1890. Tiir Daily Critic AJTOCATTTAt. i TTtt Onlf Pmoetntie Da&f Pttptf -litlkrtat Wathington. nytwrt ntmm TFAiHlSfiWBN OKtTlC C.Hrv:IT. otrtcti 45 D STRtT MttRf Hf I?, yAWWWtiwt cirr. t r. wt n mrRiPTnn. Py B MM! WWOId). I year JS I mnwfh W catrws fn tr etty. iwontB "" tllBCniTlC, WD9tWt, Wwh!to, ft. C. ITOHlltrnoiit P. C QctOBtn 8, 1890, WAyAXAKKR'S TlXWARR 0 tlic JAOtnleft nf fh day trt C arts nffmrtfA, am! hrmrs before th P rartr and the Vice PhhMwiI r1 affix til ibtr attctlr sutntrnphs to the Tt!ff Mil linns hpfor It whs lufcen to the IrtMnt, the iTitlmielrthla rrtifcts had an admt.Mn enl la big type which lead m follows V '"iriaivaiV.B iM,'nl'tiitT : : ta tatoWtwtntan wt'l hatsi thetr : : way, sftd yws nt ffw will bar to pay : ) mtrcfe more, la rfew of this stats : : of -Msar. ws fniwle otne time lnce : iMfW ?) of Mthn ttnwarv at : what was a low trie (hen, and would iw : far Jtrww now In the face oftwoadp : . in JtatWs price list...

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

. -Jyiv-T"' " "" THE DAII.Y CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOLEIl 3, 1P0O. M ( '1 PENllfSHEARS TWICE-TOLD TALES THAT ARE AS NEW AS U1W8 TO SOMB, M MEANEST WT OF A MW M. Old Jndfre MfflTfo, tto Flni FiMb J'JStiOl Of the Ptfc CRIGIN OF A fOrtJLAR SIMIIM PtlRASSv 1U Km Wk First Cffcn "Rate"-Jwah and tie WhaleThe Bufcy OyttaM ami G&pfeia JmI, There were throe wewspanar men Hob, Jim ami Out I. They bml a pas sion for the nnlriiie, says the Chicago Herald. Thoy need to meet nearly every evening tn a cltnn, unfrequented rc6oit down town, where they drank salted beer ami ate STttar-coated prete- cls. They called themselves the Oddi ties. "I'd like to pamWe," said Carl, the ether evening, as they were seated at an oclnfionnl tabic. "Wo can't pl.iy poker, because Its so common. Let's put up $2 nplecc, each follow to tell the meanest thing bo ever dtd In bis life. The ono that tells of the meanest thing takes the bundle." 'The meanest tiling I ever did,'' said Dob, after tbo stake was made, "wa...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 3 October 1890

THE BAIIiT C TUTIO, FETDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3, 1890, The Daily Critic out nrroiALa. W. It. Hamilton K CO., Cewwgm and Furnishers, tn and io T i DTOinwOTi. how is inn ror a memoir fcjre$ Bedroom Vt MM Oak bsate SW. we .will sell yon the sum Set. himmm xattn. for sis t) row i BttrweH carpet, $i to per ysid LI!!? Brussels Carpet. 7Sc pet Ntt fww Moqnctte Carpet. $1 95 per cm warn nonet, rename goons ! HTtc. Onr Store Is fall of t ah ptwm mtr&nteed. W H Horonrnf Co , ISM M90 F street northwest Kmtrien'a New Fall rMils. John RnxMen, the pioneer Installment man, cwsftly Jomed at 9 and MS erenth street iwttliwfc'it, has Jnst returned from the ewt net wits an immense snpniy or all of housekeeping (rood, carpet, toe. mM, etc-, cellar to i on ran larnisn your nnnse iron garret, af this store, with own prices, on the Installment plan. The NnMnnnl Snfe Depwslt Unmmsny, Cor. lAth St. anil N. Y. Avenne. .BWmo for sn ret ware, Jewslry, lstsm, FJ Mls and ralaahleg of all kinds. CkUHm moderate S...

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

aaHHMMMIaMMMMMiM i.l; 23D YEAR---). 6,918. Local Weather Forecast. "or the Ptitricl of O'wnMn, MftttfttnA and Vrtrni, ft" irtnther: nortkmtierty vmdt, becoming tmrfabU; tUffitls warmer Sunday. SI "I had no idea that I could find such ELEGANT Cloth ing READY-MADE," is a remark frequently heard in our store. Our motto is the BEST or everything, and there are no fabrics woven that are TOO FINE lor us to make into READY-MADE gar ments for gentlemen's use. You will find HERE ready for Immediate use gar ments from fabrics that a great many of our best tail ors do not carry In stock because of the price. Do not fail to see our se lection of Fall Overcoats. The most perfect garments ever seen. Stylish in cut, perfect in fit, thoroughly tailored and moderate in price. We have received another invoice of those splendid ENGLISH TWEED Coats at TEN DOLLARS each. Three or four shades and jour size in each iln-ie. Call and see them. Bobinsoni Parker &. Co, AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, ti. 1- Corner Nev...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 4 October 1890

TriE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4,1890. rIxns Daily Ottrno ffmcktrfku TU 0n Dmoenttte bnttf Pap Pai- tehed'at WfMnfto- TfiriiwiN citine etjkrusr. pmci: AtW8TOW CtTT. P. C. urn I .. fmmt of snwciwfTos. JfwS WHM trepaM), J t J 1 month 89 tSMIM, In ttW efty. 1 Month " liiilCitifiC Ml 6 WrtPSV irwifcwmow, p. c. WaMmrwTOS, fl. C, OcrWRRn 4, 19W. iwirn t ii 1...... .,- -M . A SSPtBUCAS COLOSfWATlOK SCHEME. Th New Tor tfM of lata mat Iff fs a graftd ttlratMoftht He Rthifraii readers to rotonltt tatlaaa. VtiH Vltal-la and Coiitwetknt with Wftf ts Iw-m Xorth Carolina, the rmr JWHj Mas; to malt these doubtful Stttfc eertalatr WefttibUcan. A man HMKd Liswkt, who llrad formertr ill 444 II street northwest, In this fy etlglgajeit 'bo scheme, awl (VAT, Li!aRok nn.t IH'DMT ate ertlnterts It. Kliht to ten tbon fund ate lo be taken to Indiana, three to four tritmsaoil to Yfest Virginia, ami two to thtee thousand to Connecticut. Quay tattle an order upon I.tsiwitT, dated September 8 last...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 4 October 1890

mm ' lIW WWMlMMMMMMi TnE DAILY CJUTI( PATUBDAY EVENING, OCTOUEK 4, 1FS10. Ti A M i ' i t DRAMATIC CHUT VAS111NQT0N GETS THE CREAM OP THEATRICAL GOOD TIHilW. riTTRMTlOtt Of THE tt8ttT WEEK A cd th Men This JkmWj (Mi Bills for the Coning Our. TAJHION WILL CROWD TnE MWMl, While Cira TaBwr's Admirers Vitw Her Art ami Her trtwin Alkiik's Other TheaSrw. Stage (toils. Will at Tlic past week lias ljen one of. un usual nltraelloDS at the theatres, ami "Washington audiences, which always fcnow a jtootl Ihlus;, even be fore they we It, have been appreciatively largo In proportion. At the National the very acme of the modern burlesque operetta was reached In Mr. Da Wolff Hopper's brilliantly funny anil comically porgcoin skit, called "Castles In the Air." So many pretty girls, In so few but beautiful clothes, have rarely been gathered on the same highly fortunate stnpc. The boxes were filled with parties of blasely-cnthuslastlo club-men, the bald-headed rows turned out with full ranks, and coho...

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. — 4 October 1890

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Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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