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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 29 October 1890

I t.,iiinii.iiwira 23D YEAH---NO. 6,989. WASHINGTON, D. C WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOIJEll 29, 1800. PJftlOE Tf 0 GENTS iJV -J . r.oc.u. w bat nnn foiinoast. J or f A e iyiftticl uf CWeetMa, ffli jffiiarf cf Drlavmr, thrrntnfn$ wwrtAer eerf torn, mrreniinti unnihmttrrlji vlnHi; ffiffhttf uarmcr to-dny; rooftr Thmrimy. Outside Garments. WE arc showing this season an unusually FINE selection of new and ARTISTIC styles in Winter OVERCOATS for Men, Boys and Children. If you have not yet de cided on what kind of an Overcoat you want call and see OUR assortment. You arc sure to find the one you want and at the PROPER price. Our line of REEFERS for Boys up to 18 years of age has no EQUAL in the city. A collection of nobby, stylish garments from which wc can please the most fas tidious. Garments that are SPE CIALLY adapted to the needs oi a healthy growing boy. Bring your boy HERE and let US fit him with one. The PRICES arc very mod erate. B. Robinson & Co i) AMERICAN OUTHTTEKS, 909 PA. AVE...

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. — 29 October 1890

THE DAITjY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2f, 1890. r-rr: The Daily Critic CAPITA! (MH wa VatkthftoH. sf ffls iMtHilW6M &MfiC 8jSrlxv 95a? SjgTKBIf M6ilTMvyIl WAflWWfflW CWT ft C ,., alio i 1 .ii i ......-.. --. laertk CMMmlitinRr. HM CRiTiC, aaasaaslamaiiiiMaii iiian mi ii. hi . i i.hii- n i vtwtnmtaH, D. C, ncfomit 30. w. A SfOYKL &LECTIOS DETiUB Some shrewd partisan, prnbabtr aa cld-liwie "wrwker," ha hstrerj a drcttlnr ailtfttsaerl to the neero Itepwbllcans of I'fcliatretpril ami iennylraitla. The Htrmbltcen rmrtr In ihat city anl State ilijwfctls on Us negro voters for Its majority. Tbls cltcnlar cutis the at Unlfo o the colored, rttltens lo tUe f cl thai tbe Hetmbltcans have raited a fuetl of About f KW.0O0, of which the cohrrctl voter should have bis share. The circular aajtls that If tbe voter ml ilreasetJ tfoes sot jret 10 of tbe n mount it will be his own fault, as wmelcxly will get It for him. The circular then, with an Ingenuity worthy tbe cause, rewmweiHl th...

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. — 29 October 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, ()( 'IOJBEH 20, 1800, PICKPOCKETS. iiGHT-nmraRffl) smitT of ENGLAND AND FRANCE, CAKEFUL TXmiUlK TOR THE IDKlias The English Artists Ait at tie Tup of ttet Pftfastw, THP ARE NIKE Etf mD IHflfXRWS 71 sk ihm t Any 9Dnf NatfollUj Tke "Nip-cT," tke NMMtri the "RrtTW"-Se tf Ike Tffcfcs, At no other time of th year it Lou. don so safe a ptaws to walk In or to mix with crowds as timing August ftml Sep ttmhcri wtltcsa correspondent from that big town. It la then that a large exodus of the light Angered brigade occurs. These gentry depart In (treat numbers for the more profitable hunting grounds of seaside and Inland watering places, for foreign race courses, ami all the re sorts where travelers of all nations aro wont to congregate. Paris being a fa vorite rendezvous for provincials and strangers about this season, six or seven thousand British pickpockets, It Ins been estimated, flml their way there singly or In gruips. They are recog nized by the police...

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. — 29 October 1890

THE DAIIF CTUTIC, WKDMSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1890. Tiie Daily Critic a iTX Brxa tJ.ua. T Me Ctn-ttnnt All Thh Wenlr. Fed ttll i hSr thronch and be c mvlnrwl A i we MV Twenty twee artti-Ie of f tirnl ir to fi rnwi roott complete All for ? ' wrasli conslMInt; of one carpet . nn, "W I .nr nil wwftofrto. h chair., table. nint ssattttas. tllWwf, comfort, owe toilet 1 t l n .bade. twt iHktra lar cm-talns, owe l tr rrtfftenw, thm po!e ll wit np and la t '' complete for occnwincy m the small Mim of iW.feh w H Hot-euro Co , MM 1W T street northwest for Netron.nws an! Ihm of Vl,r, Hecplenes. malarial, exhan.tton and V r .1ml ttonMes Kln Tnnlr Wine of t'.we. I anrrnra. 7s cents per pint bottle Only n EhMtt Hnnse Drn Store. ftmtrfen' New Full Hwm.. i hn Trodden, the pioneer installment man. n m rally taon) atMandmrrenthtirmi r rthret. nn Jnst rttntned from the Mt r n n.rtet with an Immense .npplyof All k r d . of nonmfceeph o id . carpet, tore., rn.. etc Ton mm fnrol.h ynf Vm.efmn i itr to (...

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. — 30 October 1890

". 23D YEARNO. 0,040. WASHINGTON, D. C THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER MO, 1S00. PltlOl TWO OSSTOS, isV J lOCAt, WKATtlKK FOItHOAST. lor the DirtriH of Columbia, Maryland aid Yirmnia, rmlinvi'd root and frah i i fri ly Kinds and fair retainer. ATTENTION VOTE A GREAT many of you are going home to vote, and, of course, you will want to be WEL -DRESSED when you visit your old friends. If there is ANYTHING in the line of READY MADE Clothing that you need there is no better place in the country to procure It than HERE, of US, where you have all the LATEST styles and most FASHION ABLE fabrics to select from and where the PRICES are very moderate. We especially call your attention to our superb as sortment of Medium and Heavy-weight Overcoats, single or double-breasted, long, short or medium length. Silk, Italian or Wool Lining. Anything or every thing in the Overcoat line that is FASHION ABLEand RELIABLE. Robinson, Parker &. Co, v AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, H. 1- Corner .Sett-Hill nml II Sli. X. X...

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 October 1890

THE DAILY CHIT1C, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 90,1890. Tub Daily CRmc Alto rAfltAt, fteiftwrhnttiiiitiMaiiMMh i. - i . omct: ite mil HCftf HWHf ffA?WSffOW CtfTt 9. C. tBaaaBSBfcuaft BeBaMt4kaBMBBaeifB flnt Or SvBBCTUFTKi J. ItrnNft fflMX I rMf II . at . at C -Ht ft fhvfftf , 1 BteatB. JMSSUMU WatMtim,6.c. 1Wvfrj!l, t). C. OrKMHlft 90. IKtt. Wrt HlHtllMHii,. I. III. I .1 -.. ,..., CAMPAlCjC IX tTTAlt. Whir nil eye her In the RM are fiitiC ra Pennsylvania and Mcrtta i nt's rthirfct, the Mln ont In VtaB i baring a Mrrij- fight. IMegnte CAtsn, IheXofinfro. I a candidate for re-eteo-tic. Tlw 0lll, his oppommto, hBt got mt a smrtalne document. It apswnrB (n 1m r eight page cltcnlar nf nnMiMKj' slfe. On the title-page 1' ' following: wnt HOI. )M!I T TAIXI! n wr rrm ssi.t laki is i nmne. Tin Mher pages are bUnV. ATTACKiXO lXOAIXS. A britk war h waging galnt Stroa'of 1 Skulls' tt election. It I not confined t his p-dltlcal opponents, but Is nartlel. paled In by certain Kansas Itepublteins. Tbe...

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 October 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TIIimBDAY EVENING, (X 1 HEI? no, ifoo. OUR GRAB BAG mHOS. ENTERTAINMENT. U ST1UTTM AUD FT?. ficked nm k m of pams. The "Critic's" Pt, (Vieii Mil Stairs ob a Ifora? Hint. A LITTLE WINJET OF BRHHtT READtM. A!l Sorts an Sim if (amity ftrsrjis en Many Tfaflm RMil? Raid and Nt Sees. Fffgttfe. The Hninswlck (Ga ) TVmM he this: The Western ami Atlantic treta left tire track Uet ntfclit at Melvwrs, arel Rtehartt McC lain, fireman, win killed. That was the message, almost brntal In Its brevity, that wm flashed over the wires from Atlnntn to the Ttm last Friday night. Ho was only a flretn in, of small consequence to this matter-of-fact world, with its rush ami hustle, and so a three line paragraph in the rooming papers was bis obituary. Hut back of this We notice of Sic Clain's death is one of the most pa thetic stories In the history of rallro1 accidents In Georgia. The dead man had a mother and family who lived in the valley of the famous Clilckanuuga, ami nbout thorn cent...

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. — 30 October 1890

Tub Daily Critic oirr KPK0iA.na. . Worth nt ?e Ami Kteeaitt rnrntture Cnr Mora of "ehMhJe furniture never Moilrt rn freri irepaTtnent as It is at J,w!lI h " ited in this in. etiwm, which m been recently pnr t-fcam direct from the msnnrartarar. or SPlM' rMiy trltit the prolts of in nntraie men, wnicn is a sarin or at least 15 set rent t , Of which we propose to r -mr Wltr tnei'R the Mrinfiure For the nest jftApfM cub bny nt quality or style of IWinHrre irt .prices that has twrer before noen rewenen tn t DM cltv TOW price are bottom roc rte, mil w ramnrt anora mm we t I tit 11 tl m nt the- flanrM i iew we ret tne easnor iit eoireaseenriiy - T .. - -i --.:.. --- - -i- ire over crowded with as line stock of exeelrOBt farnftnre a ever has been t MMtrtl rn the Wittlnniti capital, and It mart re frttrrt. If low prices will ecotnrrtih tbt derrd end We melte no discount of l"l tt-rretrt., bat our prices are a low as otrr rnn retftots who propose to takeoff that per irjtste tie hare placed th...

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. — 31 October 1890

V aVJv & PRICK TWO GlSH'm. 23D YEAH ISO. 6,941. WASHINGTON, D. C., F3UDAY EVENING, OCrJC013E31 HI, 3 890. IOOAI. TVEATHKU FOItKOAST. Vor the Diitrlrt of Cottmbin, PCtmfitrrul and Virfpnin, r mtimtett eoM northmttrrlg tcind$; Jnlr neither. CO, kESIRE to call the at- 'tention of all parents of boys to their large assort ment of new and stylish garments, consisting of suits ior all occasions and for boys ol all ages and sizes; Overcoats of every sty'.cand size and ol reliable makes; Separate Trousers in all the various shades and colors ol the season, in neat strfpes, checks and plaids; Medium and Heavy weight Reefers, all grades, and Furnishing Goods ol every description and for every size man or boy, Also, lor the small boys, a splendid selection of Jersey Suits, Velvet Suits, Kilt Suits andtwoand three-piece Short Pants Suits of the very latest styles. Call and see them. B. Robinson & Co I AMERICAN OUTFITTERS, 909 PA. AVE. N. W. 1NTENDENT STOUTEHBURGH'S REPORT. llliHt It Has...

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. — 31 October 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVFNING, OCTOBER .11,190. Thk Daily Critic !t CAPITAL. nJif.. in .i. ...... -.....,. .. ,.. F5U Quia rm&Htmngi Paptf Pith- ftiinninaltiiitiilMaWifcW ,fc. ...,. .,. OPWCt: aii STM1T MOMfHW WASrttSWtW Clt?. 8. C. fSMK Of MSMMffteHi nm&mmiiMFt CWHmtllfff. tnentft.... . H f ii CKtTiOt Ml 8 MM Wsrsr0. 8. C. tfcratiiffflm, t). CtOrmn 8t, taw. A ULAtSK flOOXKttA.Sa. Hit. Sracftr. hat taae Secretary l!f.Ailierfti1y, ml fca pnhllsheil Id the New York Krig W a repHc lion to Mf. lit. use's aaswr-r at. Cantos, t hlo, to his rftrtsrhs si Btrw, M.m, touehtns: the Wai.kkr tariff of 194B. Mr. Bi.aixb. the bltorin. MtmiUetl the unexampled prosperity which followed the adoption of that measure. Mr. Sturm! rrKJteit this ftilmMmi In his liotton speech. Mr. Ilt.AtMR, replying itt Canton, attrlbti'eil the ImllsputaWe prosperity of tbst period to certain "fottititons happenings," a follows: (t.) The Mexican war, which em) the Ooverament to tllsbiue one hnn 1reii millions I...

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. — 31 October 1890

THi: DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENIHti, OfTOil H 31. lf-!0. TRAVEL TALKS WHAT THR AlWENT OF A NRW WIPEWmilAREMMRAKS. EffGlflND lD AiERtGA GONTRASTEO. A Tfcrory Tht Oaf 1 im An ftest Whn MftifM i Frvvlct, INFLUEHC- OF fifcWRAL BMTfS IM. Are8l th World is the Bekf Spew if One MMh A SUM Mtatatn f Pure Skit ia Uatskwi T14 yI ef Atw. Tlic little tlomestrc row that hae Ueei going on la CanetanllMfrre line happily been adjusted ami peace reins once more In the family of the Sultan. It (9 the custom for some member of the family to present the Sultan with n Georgian girl In the springtime, anil this last sprlne there arose two cAtnltilates for that honor. One was the Sultan's sis ter, Princess Djemlle, and the other Teas his aunt, Atlllo. There was really a serious rumpus, but the aunt (a wilful old rat of 05) had her way, and she selected, purchased and gave to the Sultan the handsomest maiden In the market. In accordance with time honored custom this maiden hsd to be examined by the royal phy...

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. — 31 October 1890

THE DAILY CTUTIO, TIUDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31, 1890. Tiie Dailt Critic OXTX MPrOlAM. $, Wotth of New ami ICtefffltt rnmtinrw. lr storX of iVsfranle fomltnre s never n tofcrlre tt every tfeparta ent M II Is at frsnt We ha tW.tJWInvested Iti tM Itt e ol toot. Mt-b ha been rewmtir fir itnsstd direct from the marmfacftrer or jjt Mr.n, and thereey swrmg the prirtt of h mwole men, Meri m a sarin of at rea 6- lereWrt , of wMeh we nmnose t give mr tawr the advantage For the next if yon can tiny anr quality it styte of !W at petee that fin never tmt&n rwrehed In this cltv f PHce are hottom rock rates, and w eattol afford r,. el tlem ar tbes-llgnres ' RMS w get th rtttinr ellt-erisred seenrite w e are over mwilnt with as line it stop of Si ncellwK fmnjtar as ever ha bean ex IftllM tn the Aatirmal cnirl. ami It mutt ib ij in.ru. ii ioit prices wiii mcnupit'Ti Im drstrert end We make no discount of IS ttrmt . hM onr prices are m low a one rnlpMlter, who propose to takeoff that per rentage e ...

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. — 1 November 1890

itfiiaffi two oAtrm. 28D YEARNO. 6,04.-2. WASHINGTON, D. a, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVlBMBETt 1, 1800. r tk DHMri f CoNwnM, AwmV.ii riiohttf ttnrfttttatK tMHimarg lemptra- viii iii am lan-wan; ireirmf wnti. ATTENTION, VOTERS! AGRKA.T many of you are going homo to vote, and, of course, you will want to be WEL -DRESSED when you visit your old friends. If there is ANYTHING in the line of READY MADE Clothing that you need there is no better place in the country to procure it than HERE, of US, where you have all the LATEST styles and most FASHION ABLE fabrics to select from and where the PRICES are very moderate. We especially call your attention to our superb as sortment of Medium and Heavy-weight Overcoats, single or double-breasted, long, short or medium length, Silk, Italian or Wool Lining. Anything or every thing in the Overcoat line that is FASHIONABLE and RELIABLE. Robinson. Parker & Co, AMERICAN CLOTHIKKS, f. I- Corner Sevrnlli nml lt.su. X, W, IN A CRITICAL STATE. Condition nf th...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 1 November 1890

TliK DAILY CKITIC, SATi'liP VY EVENING, NOVKMBER 1,1890. Tin? Daily Critic AM CAPITAL, f7 Vify Imemtm toOf Paper HtkmM W4ngton. J BttM OfTlCt: 91B S SfXBftT MeHf MW1VT WAiWJNJ 11)11 t'Wt. IJ. C. Mi tii i.igaBBBMtt. n i i.im n i t. .. J aBkaBB JBBBaeBBBhFaBBhBABaaaSjBBBBBeMS- THUMB "f flUHM'MrTID9a riawmimiiiniiM)iyww........iHi " " lamtt It t itm lit arif.t fleet . B attest, VWtttw, o. c. WAT0!. D. C Not. 1. lW. tfaBi mtm all ihllianii bibi.mbi !.,. j.. , -...- fitt cajmpaiqx is wiscosrsix. Otrt la Wisconsin ft very Interesting var esmvwst te proceeding, barton! Issues art Ignored, event In the Con gHntfmmt contest. The "common heol" ami "parents' tights" ami allied mlvjeete are what the newspapers write nbOttt ami what the spellbinders talk about. The tariff takes a backseat, .WT8 when a candidate for Congress Is pleading for votes. Tbe cause of thin peculiar politic! situation la found in what la commonly kaewn m the llKNxt tt law. a statute 0Betnt kwtyear relating fo schools ami ...

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. — 1 November 1890

I Till; DAILY ( IUTIC, SATURDAY EVENING, JNOVEMHElt 1, 1R0, THE THEATRES BOOTH AM JURRBTT W A 8R RIES OP ORBAT PLATS. lfHHtPtOWBTOir(ff,,FiT" Conried's Qmk OjNf topiy tn "THE HMKT1 9Flf flr AT MA8RR1, "Xe ami JieV at Krw'!-AU Hd Bills Tlrtt (htght to Dftw S8 FftnjferS. The eng-MpBtfrtnt of th Mmn. Booth Ami Ilarrett will tithttn on Mon day next at AlbattjiH'a Iftjv? Lyceum Theatre, Daltlmore. This Brent, couplet, with the opening of Mr. AltHUjh's new house. makes a double aUtftctltm for the Washington public. who will be most agreeably surprised when they enter this new temple of amiKcroent. The theatre Is slluat-il four blocks Itelow Union Station, on the same street. Hint Is most easy of access by the Pennsylvania Itillronil. The special excursions promise to be largely attended) judging from the advance sale, and, as this will probably lie the last joint appearance of those great atllsts, Iho-e who avail themselves of this opportunity will be happy to know they have run no risk o...

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. — 1 November 1890

TIIE DATL ( IUT1C, SATI'1H)AY EVENING, NOVi:M HEli 1, lMn. The Daily ORrrtG m . dixr nraoiAr,a. $W.ffW Uorth of rti nttrt t!tet rnrtiimi. Onr stock n( tIplrMe rnralinro wa nrri r fofr-leteta erery depart ent as ft t,at MWMlf Tte hate m no nare non tnerTeii in tm iweor iwiw. water, MKSMs.whteh ha been recently pnr Sjj!"o nweet from the jnannfaitirrers or IWn MM, and thevebv kvln the pro,t of w mwore men, wMc-n i, a avln or at least r fereeM , of which we propose to aire om en sjrr.rbw the sdmntare For the mw' mt dn yon run tiny any qnalff y or style of fWrntrnrn at price that ha ner before hejBl reaened In i hi, cl'v lme prlre re bottom ror-fc rate, and we tnmnn afford to eii tiem at tnentivre Thi tre a-et f be eh or llt-eded sexnrrtty w e re or r crowded with Une ,tor-k of Meelhret MTBjtnre ever ha, hem et jiibtted m the .Nathmal capital, find it mnt e tet'e.ced If low price, will ar(vwpt.h im d-ired ew We make no discount of n terrenf , bnt onr price te as low a onr rrdnfsjtflore. ...

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. — 3 November 1890

- JJJJ ' h '" t- ' ' ii " i ' . rsggagfeBgsacaa s 23D YEA11 NO. 6,943. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMIJEI1 3, 1810. PBIOE TWO OffiNTB. LOO At. TVr.ATIIF.il FOIlRO.lST. Tor the Ittoriet of CWantMn, JStstVr 1'ivntylravia, AVw Jernejt, Wasrar, Afanr tond nnrf IVrfTinin, elenrino: tlfpfiHf ewfer, ti"j thwertcrly rcindt; fair WetineMav. . t Stylish Dressers THE majority of the stylishly dressed young men and boys in this city get their clothing of us, If there is a man or boy in your family who needs clothing or furnishings of any kind the crtainly ought to sec OUR line be fore purchasing. We have the choice .t col lection of ARTISTIC styles that we have ever seen in our FORTY YEARS of ex perience. Garments that arc beyond comparison with any other READY-MADE goods in the city. Our stock of dress and play suits for bovs oi all ages is full and complete. A'l the new fabrics in long pant suits and two and three piece short pints suits of the latest designs at ex tremely moderate ...

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. — 3 November 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 3,1890. The Daily Critic AlTD CAFTTAU wht oif rmtmm j& rtr flm pre rVeVeWjrsJy'svsjsvB's SHCil ii afcaaSaaSaaaaaBBaaasaSTiiai ftxssi1 XatlM6 flS D STRBRT WORT HVl TCJmitWBTOH WTT, ft. C. linmiiBi Hi" ll jsy MM WIV faepsnuN i year ...jaw " 1MM Ml TlfltOHiTie, Vf AMUmfOK, D. C, 2ov. , WW. Ji'KiXLBrs tJAMPAldX. Tfcete sevms In be but Itttbj itosrbt ifest MrKt.tt.nr Is it-alert The otitis igalirst him were vtry heavy, ami h hs Hoi at any lime hml mach hope that be could overcome them. lie hM kofatd at least to cut down the advent majority against his parly so at to twfn a political defeat Into a personal vie toty, Imt the prospects for thU even are nol strikingly brilliant. The campaign In tils district lias been conducted with all the noise and hurrah of a bra band tournament and a fire not kg carnival combined. This might cattse otir special womler were It not so plain vthy all this hullaballoo has been ralfid. McKtxLRr lias the eyas of t...

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. — 3 November 1890

THI: DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, MA'fcM.EIl , IfPO. I SHORT STORIES THE WRITERS OF THI A&0 THE MA8AKIM BWTWB. WHtRIIH WE EXCL THE FfERC-H Tky OatsUp Us it iiitvlig Xm ny for tte InmUfld, BAKEFBL EfTBCT IF tUP IffftlMtl. EriM PitiitH afrf Jtt OMMMnli M tits "Sjwftnte MW1 zi Om New pipers He Gttfnfe T Muck f tse AeHR Fiwr. So much fes been recently written on tie subject of short sttwy wrIMsf, that one can easily Imflcine a coastd craMe hint of stateness la whatever might be now added to tbe dlcuttofi, but the drift of the whole body of fiction toward extreme, almost journal istic condemnation, warranto tbe ven ture of n few more suggestions. I have seen It often asserted that, next to the French onr American writers produce the best short stories, says 3Iaurlce Thompson in "Amortct." If one difficulty were obviated, I should say that Americans quite excel the French. Our Imagination Is firmer and fresher, we Invent with more case, and we see life with a healthier vision. The ma...

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. — 3 November 1890

the vaijjY rarrro, Monday evening, November 3,1 boo. The Daily Critic? .lfl.W Worth 0t New ami KHrmit 0 , rnmllnre. frr r of desirable fomunre was nerer f 1 mpti fn trtrf dcrrtn.emt m it H i I'WW. tr turn fso.wn insisted in thrs me of seeds, wMeh bus been recently P"r hd tlreet from the tnsrrafsetsjrers. w first (Metis, and thereby tTln the prolts of lb mMdte m0. Which 18 ft varlna; of at least W ittceot , of wMeh we propose to dre out rulfnom the Mtsntsife for the net si . yon run bay mt qnallfy or style of rnrnltm at prfce that has never before J-i-en reeehed In this rlty i ui m ii 11 i"s (ire nortom roc raw. im wa ranrrnt Afford to sell tlem fit thes-fhrnres n- t we srt the cash or tlt edswd security w c sre oyer rrowaert with as fine a stop of I tcrtfeet farnftnte as eer has been es: MMted is I hs button I capita, and If man ! restored. If low price will ccnTjptlh !H destrrri end. We me no discount of II t r rent., but onr prices Are as low as our n'npetltorj.whoproixwelo takeof...

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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