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

wmaaammmmmmmmmmmmm SSaSJci'sPWitpteisfe . ..mi j.-i,fc UNfe, 23D YEAJ NO. 6,044. WASHINGTON, D. O., TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER I, 1800. JPIUOS TWO OffiJra. Jr" 1,0 CAT, WBATttnit FORHOAST, ir the Muriel of CWiwaM, J9Mwn Vmntflranitt, Awe .Terse, Dttnmit, tf&ftp irtiM itwrf I frgWTa, row, tMMM rav trmptrntvrr; mKthKnttrtg winrf. IIOLITICS n I AND I L 1 CLOTHIIVVl NO( matter which po litical party will con trol the next House of Rep resentatives, the fact still re mains that WE control a very large percentage of the fine clothing trade of this city and vicinity. We have secured and held the patronage of the people by OUR straight forward AMERICAN method of selling only such goods as WE know to be of the highest merit at the lowest possible price and of making good any losses that might occur. When you are in need of anything in our line give US a call. We still pursue the same AMERICAN course of giving the best goods we can for the least money. Our Overcoats this season are MARVELS...

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. — 4 November 1890

THE DAILY CKITIC, TtJESD T EVENING, NOVEMBER 4,1890. rX5m DAILY CKflttG OAfWAts itfe BifiUsirr Mt)RfHWl frJtMlMfM 0ITT B. C. gmWffli iiililiMmiiini it in irui urn i ii"ir 'i "" TttH Of MJJUUBiPflOS iflHKlwtMarmnMVimf w 1 areas Mlteenv. taoMh IsWr TliB dnifie, IMW Um I 1 i ir...M..a,Henw.T.1.M..i. . -. MMwmrm mn . -- mi CAStAftA'S CDXSflTCriOX. Canada bat etctme practically a cotatM dependent y of dime Ikttata only 1m betne. tn fart, dniitels really fin fmhiwfnt cmiotry. S.i far from centrlbuilng to the ttiDpntt of the tit 1'ttUl Government, the b.mslnlon levies Citelr me rlutkt mi Imports from Great Hrlleln with the same freedom Ut-tt site leys taewi upon Imports from other connotes. As with onr own country, Canada levies these duties, tool only for revenue, bat f.r the "protection of lxft Musi lie." KoglUh papers are now urging Canada. In view of the Mc KlNLKY law, to tulopt free lrle; tint wbetber he does or doe sol rests en tirely with herself. The "Mother Cetir.uy" has no nvre 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. — 4 November 1890

HIE DAILY CIUTI( TUESDAY EVENING, MjVEMBEK 4. IMA). FIRST IN THRIFT AS WBM, AS I1RST IS WAR, N5AC AND SO FORTH. GEO. VMHlMmm M HE MUUT1M8. CuriMrt sad Tell-Tale Mtnwnwiln UA fey Our Initial Pmtfclt. A MtTBOMCAL, CAREFUL BftltiRS MAR, Wlie Cmntal Itwy Teisy, Ma4 Whfeky, Ownri Statu, atd Deill in the SriMtire UUery TkkeL A splcirrHtl cTtlreetlnn of Wathlnc tonU-'a. prolrably the finest In the country, low at a Clipsttnit street auction 1ioul rfallailelpfolB, stys tho lleeortl, beni catalogued pre paratory to n sal In a few weeks. The sale Is made by tho order of II. Ii. D. Lewis, of Uerryville, CJnrke County, Va , administrator of the estate of the late .Mrs. Lorenro Lewis, widow of Lorenzo Lewis, who was the eon of Mayor Lnwronco Lewis, the favorite nephew of Washington and tho last surviving executor of hts es tate. Many of 'Washington's papers and household goods p9ed Into the possession of the Lewis family and linvclteen treasureil by them until the present day, when the necessity...

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 November 1890

THE DAILY CIUTXC, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4, 1800. THE DAILY GRTriG tixx arBoiA.na. S,W Worth t Sen tutu Ktecfttrt Otir stock of etlM fttrntrnre w never owner m etw demrtfttent a it 11 ai .rttrftf V hut MtHMI itivtM In tht it hHtnf cnnrt. wMoti k hmni twantl rmr ehttsM afreet from the manufacturer or firtt MM, M thefenv aavlng th rvoflt of flfc MNIC men, which H a av1ng of at lea t fercmt , of which ire propose to give ror cnwuaws the advtntage For th nett fix 41 ron en bnv ant quality or style of fawltw M pHre& that has never before rfn fetrfeed In thf city Vbtte tirlcet are bottom rock rate, id we rttHot lort tn sell them at the Hgnre ! we get the cash or gilt-edged eevlty H e are orer crowded with a flue tor of tee! lent ftreirare ax erer tm hem et hIMtM In the National Cftpltai. and It must le iwfeit. If low pMce will arfotBplHh tbt deatrrd m. We make no discount of 15 re cent., hot onr price are tt low us onr rufrtttr)T,wBo propose to takeoff that per e ftlVe placed Ihe f...

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. — 5 November 1890

Sr jL t 23D YEAR NO. 0,945. WASHINGTON, D. O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER o, 1800. riiiCE fXWD cjTS. l.OUAt, VTRATIIKIt rOItltCAST. 'nr Iith irt nf Cotiimhiti, Vtowvji-r, Mntv'nvd, I irntinin, Xnrth Cnrnhnn nnd Smith fmnliiia, fair- 'fntinnnTy trmprralttrc; tittxt ficrnyiti iff vovthrastn ty. i 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 they eTtainly ought to see OUR line be fore purchasing. We have the choicest col lection or ARTISTIC styles that we have ever seen in our FORTY YEARS of ex perience. Garments that are beyond comparison with any other READY-MADE goods in the city. Our stock of dress and play suits for boys ol all ages i3 full and complete. All the new fabrics in long pants suits and two and three piece short pants suits of the latest designs at ex tremely moderate prices. Shall we have the pleasure of showing them...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 5 November 1890

THE DAILY C IJITK , WKDM-n' EVENING, NA EMBER 3,1800. Tim daily critic AM CAHTAt. Tht Ontg JPfff WUg flytf Papf Pk - ! mniMii in i mm? ttt itMl r5 B STRir K6HTHWftlT ifAAMWIOIt t'lTf. B. C. - ii i iMHiii mnumiukMM-M THUM) 0F JSUPHJWFI'IUS. Tt BWN Hpml I Tf Sere taoMk...... st CkrriVRlilMtiif.tttMtfc II a &- JfcBBjBai WMMMtaa, B. C. VAMtjnww, t). C, Not. .1, 19W. "OmBwrrKtoAB'sSoir'ltylHniitUT 1'iddm D.ma. lnMrbetl be 0. 1. 1't tkam's Sow, New Yrk, awl fr sale Ib Washington by Bkai.K, Ms IVsm sylvanta avenue. Tlie author Km laM the scene of her story in Montgntatury County, MarTlarol, ami the actors are memberi of the Society of Frleatla. The plot la not original, Imt tht tact dents are well desert tretl ami the atony cntls, as all novels shoultl, with tbe complete happiness of tbe hero awl heroine. "Ollbert Elgar'a 9rm" la an only (laughter, who. to make up for her father's lilaaprtolntinoflt that the Is n girl, determines to be to blm what a on should hare been. tic la acconl l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 5 November 1890

THK 1IA.HY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMISKK .", IKK). PURRING PUSS POMR CHARACTERISTICS OF (WR OF OfR DOMESTIC PRTC. HOI THEY WERE FOftiStlY BltEUD Like Inn? FmsM, Ik Gil is JwfI Too Msch by 0Oflspfi99ft, YET IT IS AN AFfWltDNATS ANIMAL Its KifteaStB fo Its ORSprtnf HW It frmm Its PnjNt TrWtabr Tr.aa.We, The cat beirmaa to a ttib of animals of a vctv fnelos etHinwtar, ctHwu by rmturallsta , which comprehends tlicllon, tlie tiger, the lynx ami rations other creatures of a nature apparently vctv different from this tjtitet ilnttiasltc animal. The lUUffknir Is taken from the Latin name of the cat, ftU, and simply because this Is the most familiar specimen of the tribe. The tribe Is jiossessed of great miiecuUr power joined to great lightness and nglllty, having strong claws for selling and sharp teeth for tearing and devouring such creatures as fall Into their clutches. The lion can, without the appearance of effort, strike down a man with one of Its paws. Uelng designed to ap proa...

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. — 5 November 1890

THE VAITA ( IUTIC, fcDXFHDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER T, 1800. The Daily Critic OUT tVROLA.1,8. -,n (WW WMIh f NW rnrtrtinrs. Kim icietant it stei k of dcsirante fnrnitnn- tr nercr -. . . mHe'e hi eTery department as It ' iii'rnl We hat tSft,9 Invested In tills fueofawnfls, which w bwn recently pur I'l.Kw-it direct from the msnnfart ire rs r fiT-t hama, mid therapy sarin the tros.t of the rHddle men, trhtch Is a sarins of at lea' I stn-elrt . of which ire propose to t1eenr iMtmr the sdvsntas For the next mx dars von can buy any inllty or styteof it initnre t prl-es that has never before t'i en rear hed In this eltv The e prices are bottom mrk rate, wd We i annot afford tn sell tlem at the-n-nrs ti ir we cot the . ash or allt-edired snenrlty V iirr over rowded with an itm a stork of . i-llcr t fntnltnre as erer has hewn t tut iioi in the National capital, and It mist I I ipmed. if low prices wilt rcop!lh Hi '' lred end. we make no discount of 11 hi i nt., tnt our prices are as low as one "i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 6 November 1890

v una. yj anm PRICE TWO CETS, WASHINGTON, D. 0.. TI1UKSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER , 1300. SOD YEAR KO. 6,940. t.ocAi. TviiATiinn roimo.vsT. lifr ihf Dintriet of CWmwMsr, ITrgtnfa, fr,Tr'i Carolina am Simth Otrsfow, fit till Nntwttay: tUgktlg rrarmtr; mttnerlf Hi 'Is Business Suits N CUTAWAY and Sack Suits for business wear we have a splendid variety. In addition to those very popular Black Cheviots, we are showing an elegant as sortment of new effects in neit stripes, checks, plaids and Scotch mixtures, in Double and Single-breasted Sacks and Cutaways. Again wc desire to call the attention oi STOUT men and SLIM men to the fact that we can fit them as easily as il they were of regular build. When you need anything in our line try US just once. IT you do not find anything to suit you we will not urge you to buy, as wc conduct OUR business on the AMERICAN plan of thoroughly pleasing our patrons. Robinson. Paiter & Co. AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, H. 1- Corner Huiculli nml ItNK.V.IV, "FAUST UP TO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 6 November 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, Tlintsn AY EVENING, NOVEMBER G, 1800. The Daily Critic ASD CAOTAU tm m immtm tofy Pap J MS fttttKI & to ffKDl: i mtllT MtoRTHWll1? WAHI9Ttm CrrT. u. c. fjotMg or jPtrnstmi'iTOS. Bt Mi IHIUm SWpaM), i ya $ latoCtt 6 CWfMMtli tie ttr.l moat THCRITI0 WlttllSwh, B C. VfxtMmto, i. C, tfrt. . 1399. 9DSI91112fS KMOSt Cl'CfStBKMS. The trttforMa ami heatillnes of 8h TlepftWI-; offeri on the day before, and tlie dijf of, Ike electfrm. when read In the HM of Ike result, are a funnr n ilns Jlgnt. For Instance the B islon Trntttler Tuesday afternoon leel rel In Wt black type, "5nnthine ami Vic tr.ry lor rteimbttan Tickets." The New York 7Wk on Wednes day womlnff declared that the result srHtataeil the new Tariff bill. But the Moat amtttlna piper w, the Xew York l'rtm on Wednesday. It had McKist.KV elected, ami lieat-d the i oltttnn vrlth a rooeter ami embellished It with a picture of the Protection Xtrot.BOK. Then it announced that Indiana does nobly," and that "the Republi...

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. — 6 November 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, N(A KMBEK CJ, 1800. OF PUREST RAY ALL rS NOT DEW THAT GMSTMS mmin thb foliage. THEORIES EXPLODED BY SCIENCE. Msrtly lk SswktiM ef Jwew of HmUhy Vtftiftttai. SOME lintSESTlNfi EXPERIMENTS. Hw Maih&r Batth Reffwkw the Thirsty Plants ami Diaw Fragrasw All Arwml for Mwtals' Beieli. If. on a summer evenine, aftar the twilight's peaceful reign had suecMded the sway of the brilliant sunshine, you asked one what was oh your boots or trousers as you sped through the glisten ing meadow, studded with its lowing Vine, j mi would be told the dew. If, on n bright morning, when all nature was awakening from her balmy night rest, you inquired about the diamond drops that in millions sparkled on the mountain's brow, the Uniform nnswor would be tho dew. And if, on a visit to the garden, you see on tho broccoli large, clear drops, translucent with gold light; or to tho field, you see on the turnip blades crystal drops all a-tremblo with immaculate brilliancy, yo...

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. — 6 November 1890

THE DAIT.T CT.TTIC TJTrPHDAf EVENING, NOVEMBER (,, 1890. The Daily Critic OXTT KVKCULIiB. T lie Ctm tinned Alt ThH WnV, XM tM rtcsf tnmmrn and be e.mvtneed' Arewintirnt Tsiwty Fntw articles of firrrrt ttoh MrtrtiR ttxm complete All for Js9 ncVStl.OnSYSTStrlnff of OM C4trMt,fnflt,0ttK t-tamtor reft wmpTfite, wlin chairs, table. 23S3i2H. IflWWS, comfort, one toilet Wi t wytMWrffl Lt wo pates Isjee enrtalirs, owe Pair imwWi tnffeo poes. All wit op Alra Itt iWw cottipiete for otvopanoy for the swan WW Of t.9cah W It Hnrnltmsi A CY . Itli 10 f street northwest. Ilr MerrntMne urn! t.m or Vlenr, M"Bflessness, malarial, exhanstton and Vrtdred tronbles. Ulna's rontc Wine of coca Is snt nre 75 cents per pint bottle omy tit Ebbttt Room Pros; wore. Itndrten's New Fall Hnods, rfolm Rwlden, tin ptonesji Installment mtii ewrtmlly toCR) attained M Ceres' h street rmftBjwejst, has fast returned from tlw east m iratsets with sn Immense supply of all kinds of bonsekeeptnff no.ids, carpets, store , rsg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 7 November 1890

SS 28D YEAH KO. 0,947. WASHINGTON, D. C Fill DAY EVENING, NOVEMIJEIl 7, 1800. PJUCJS TWO CENTS- I.OIJAI, WBATIIRK POItKCAST, i the Ditlrirl of Cotmnhlit, RiHern iVnjjrfVwrt, AVw Jmcy, lyrlavm-t, Mirnr leiml find ITtymfa. fair: no chnntre in tern ftrntto r; earfnlg i'nrf. Stylish Dressers THE majority of tho 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 they crtainly ought to see OUR line be fore purchasing. Wg have the choicest 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 boys ol all ages is full and complete. All the new fabrics in long pants suits and two and three piece short pants suits ol the latest designs at ex tremely moderate prices. Shall we have the pleasure of showing them to you ? B, Robinson &am...

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. — 7 November 1890

THE PAIL. Y C1UTK FIUDA 1 EVENING, NOVEMBER T, 1800. The Daily Critic AD CAPITAL. fktCntg DtGtPtptr Pvb- At WfclfVntf'KIP, ttt ffifSMHea omwc mmwxnt. OFrTt't: 94o ?rtlf 6Rf MWltfP ASfitTWWJS Off?, 8. C. -J- - CfU-aBakatiaBaBaPkPPa fjBttr or wcWfBMPiwm, ftmmwmmvnmii n n "I . iJtfpw lit HP. i m IVjwwtwwrw, D. C. Stem ?, !SW. PaiBpapttaapttlaapPPPBPPPanpnPaPaaP "w.i.n.i i.i mm WtltA. 13AZBD, 'IV JCttr York 7sa rontlanca Ibm illtfs to be fnniiitr than it rlosj Unlit. It tttwptB to account for HermMlcap V rtftt hi XMfMkuntts by layio it to "tire Wctt Ktnl street ratlroaU scandal, which rucked Hoston toit the Slah from osms ewt to the other." Tbe lrt says the ppsspep of "the Mil giving the fran oktte to this road" was seenr! by ngnit, who "swarmwl the lobbyof the I.sMlslatnre ami were proven to havs Mtwl f lflO.OWi to soctirr- their purpose." (JovernorltRArKKTT fallttl "to rebuke the MMniftt by vetoing the Mil " The Prt then mltls. "n-nrerwor MAcHTT fntvp mistake ttntlo'ilrtetil kt hlrn t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 7 November 1890

Till! DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7, 1800. h TRAYEL TALKS "tflfi RITIK OF IXHT SOULS"-A MAftCTl WTO OW.tVKW. THWG STWT Ot A StM Of PMK AMffefct Oirls in Puis and Um dnvrs That fanui Tim PAfE OF MAKARfS BlAUTlFDL M0D1L. fki VMly "DUta" Befgiaf in fee Sttteie H fan"-5Wi MWdt- Obis Tiftf"-A DnmiKt'j Ditfte Over three centmles backward, ami befftre the Imiutsltlve De Soto liatl lighted his camp Are on the banks of the 3ItlslppI, the Spanlanls had achieved two settlements In this land of the Occident Benin Fe and St. Au gustine, says a writer In tho Kansas City Star. They had no knowledge of tho country which lay between those two points or Its Inhabitants. As to what might bo tho dangers and dead falls of a journey from ono place to another thoy wetc as blindly ignorant as of tho history of tho moon. Hut this Ignorance affected them not, and fall of tho uneasy spirit of tho hour a mili tary party In Santa l?c resolved on an Overland expedition to St. Augustine. They know tho ...

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. — 7 November 1890

THE DAlLTc CRITIC, I'TUDAY EVENINO, NOVEMBER 7, lSDO The Daily Grtito O ITT KVr.OlARS. 1 IS Cftnttnnert AM TKW rw. RwM tfiW Mr tbrrnih at he pvhtIiwH' Are m httrhf Tsrenty three arth-les of f nrnl tt to ftrnhn foots rnfhnletfi All for $. crtMWIM of one carpel. rn,' etHlMUr (MM emanme. With chair, table. fjf JIHMtmii. Mlton. roftfort. nM fottet , DAMN, two nates Idee rnralt. one fMtpWttWW. thpr.H All put np and IB WMM (Www tor orenpaney for the small W of SW. ft eah W It JToroitToa Co , iw ttao f treet northwest ltMrtn Sir Kail (tnntt. wohfc nWfmWI the ptonev Instatlflfleat flMft, MMM!lf tie' atssOand M4Tith ttwt HWHWOst. ha Jnst retnrned from the Mt St"h an immjme nrtrlyof Hit Mlmi Of nxJttSrteepllWt irootts, carpets, stoves, HNm. etc. Ton cn farntsh your honse t mm eelHjt to (farm, at tms tor, with cash pfiee, on the lasf-allment plan. (Irnmt Army Hleetron. The election of a Commander of the Ifeptsrtmertt of the Potomac takes pl:e In the latier part of .Tsnusry of mtt jtsr Ami caml...

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. — 8 November 1890

n 23D YEAH m). 0,94:8. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER S, lStfO. PRICE TWO CENTS. LOCAL VfKATHHIt rOKKOAST. For the lhstrirl nf Cotitmbfit, Tinrttrn l'rmivhmin, Xrw Jrrtrf, DditwaTt m4 Mnrv'nvtlf fair, ererpt light rain ftjr fbtmfav tnm nmrr, no rhnnoe in temjtrrntnrr; etmrraf n-Kf 'to' ir dming Stinting; mrinble wimii. lusiness Suits, IN CUTAWAY and Sack Suits for business wear xv c Iiave a splendid variety. In addition to those very popular Black Cheviots, we are showing an elegant as sortment of new effects in neit stripes, checks, plaids and Scotch mixtures, in Double and Single-breasted Sacks and Cutaways. Again we desire to call the attention of STOUT men and SLIM men to the fact that we can Pit them as easily as ii they were of regular build. When you need anything in our line try US just once. If you do not find anything to suit you we will not urge you to buy, as we conduct OUR business on the AMERICAN plan of thoroughly pleasing our patrons. Robinson. Parker &...

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

THE DAITT CRITIC H.VTTKPAY EVENING, NOVEMBER s, 1890. Tiie Daily Critic ABD CAFTTAU fat cniy rmtmm lMfer V Pt iktii gttm 'SWimSWWffH eittfiB eesfciff?. WAMMflBTCHt CITT, 8. C. TMWtt Of BUBBt'lUrTTOW. Jst 9(8 flttttaea prepeM), t feat ...ji fl " " loth cJe?temtBttty. itwatb Will QliiTiQb MJBBBBaBMtBBMinl I 1 n itm aianiinmi .anBisansn asi i. VttMMfWl. D. C Sto. S, 19W. SU1M0AM OP THE U2TITKD STATES. Mr. liftftUT C. Arams. statistician to tit Interstate Cunmetce Commlsslnrt, fcts Mlbsaltreri his wrntnl no mill re port oil the Statistics of railways in the Uhlleti State. It contrnisea a volume f aeatljr 600 pages, most of which are wcnpetl with tx plans torv ami s4ntttt cet tables. Among the Interesting facts wmtalneil la the repot t we glean the following: The railway mileage In the t'oltl States rat June 90, 1889, km 15T.75S.33 miles. 1 the rear there hail been brought Into operation ft.9-18 TO. Included la the mileage repotted are 10,000 bridge, of which 3.195 are of atone, 1 1.388 ...

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. — 8 November 1890

THi: DAILY CRITIC, ftATlTIUAY EVENING, MV1 I.MKKK 8, 1FW). 0 STAGE GOSSIP MATTERS OF ISTERISTTfl WSH mRTOJt THUATRMOBW. ATTRITIONS liUE&FOtlllXtlllK. fWcUr,4 U Clmr Will Lotu, Mill MPT M9Aw F.TMT WSMSSWT. The Bin tftA Ike Brsj" Pbfttteil n.1 Yterille-EMMla JtMa dmitf. ln(trl in Mils BUttl SprseTw's ApptrtM. The Uooth awl Barrett performances at Atbatigh's New Lyceum Theatre In Jkltlmore have been highly sttccBssftit iliitlng tho past week, ami the continu ance of the engagement next week In sures tho theatre going public of thW city a rare treat. To night will be the second of the Washington nights anil "Hamlet" will be presented. The special train will leave the Baltimore and Potomac depot at 0 10 p. in. sharp, and will return immediately after the performance Seats may be obtained up to 5 o'clock thl9 afternoon at Sutler's book store, 080 Fifteenth street. A large and distinguished party of Wash Ingtonians will witness to-night's per formance Next week, the second of the engag...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 8 November 1890

THE DAILY CKITTC, FATTTtDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1890. The Daily Critic CITT KPKOIALS, T It Canttnncnl All ThH We. Pd lots rter through attd be coBTtnred' AtefrehttM T wenty three arttvies of feral ti ti to rjrntsh a ma romtvrete AH for v f em, consist m of one carpet , me, o hmbCT ndte wmftN, with chairs, table, sprfwr HiMIIMI, BtlNm, comfort, one rottat frt,twontwH.two islr luce rnrt.ln. one f 1 MrVm es, tMJe Bote. All pot np and IB mo eoOtTere for ormpanoy for the smalt W H HotrnnTot , Co , ms 10 F street atrthwet ltnttrten's w Kail Omuls. Tohti RwMcti, the pioneer Installment mvi, contfMly KicreA atMOand M 'eTen'h street riortHwwi, hj Inst retnrned from the east rtn market with an Immense supply of all kind of housekeeping goods, carpet', stores, roes. ew. Ton can fnrntsh yonr honse from cellar to turret, at this store, with cash pi ices, on the Installment plan. TO MAKE A TEST CASE. Mr. I'mmoll flnctl fritter the Otsll Hlchts l.tir. fatjot Fiwsell. the Ice crcm man, was in the ...

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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