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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 14 June 1890

iV PBICE TWO CENTS. 22D YEAJl NO. 0,824.. WASHINGTON, D. O., SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, 1890. GRANT AND LEE TO EllErT A COLOSSAL STATUE AT CUMBERLAND GAP, WITH CLASPED HANDS ON HORSEBACK Looking Toward the Sections Against Which They Fought. FAVORED BY SOLDIERS FROM BOTH SIDES Interviews With Prominent Confederates and Grand Army Men- Will Re store the Unity of the Country. Cumberland Gap attracted consider able attention to itself when It received a vote for the "World's Fair In the Home of Representatives last spring, and It lias now come forward with n proposal that will undoubtedly tend to Increase Its popularity. It proposes to raise by popular sub scription the amount necessary to erect a colossal cquestrlau statue to Generals Grant and Lcc, with hands clasped and looking towards Hie sections against which they fought. The sentiment which prompted thts Is a beautiful and patriotic one, looking as it docs to the typifying of the mag nanimity and fortitude of two nf the ?;rcatcs...

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. — 14 June 1890

11IL IMI , i'HH . SV1I HD KVKMN(, JUNK 1 Msjit). The Daily Critic TV Only Ptmprrotfr bir'y r-r P tohtd at WftuMnpt t ftatamv SIX ami NO TTABHtWntOW ftHTftt) CnteAt. trrtct M3D MUMf ttORf WBtf , 77 ffltfl (pMtam mpsMv l reat ..fS " " J month lrrfeft i tlaofte. iawifltb " SSMrese "' " "111. I WAMHM0WK. 1). C, JTm 14. 1M. 2C0T WISE On TIMELY. We do Hot afTeewtta thrtteenl hfir AmtrtMn In taeoptato that ' the Mil reported by Representative Oate Of Alabama, from the Judiciary C omttlttee, to prohibit aliens trwa c fulriii,' title to lawta Is the t'oltal Ftates It wise and tmely measure." On the contrary, we tbfnh the subject l one wits wsfeh Cotgrew km no sort of I'ght to deal. Our land taws sufficiently I reveal the acquisition of the public domain by Ilea. and m to the rest, the individual hoi : r should he per mitted to sell to h m he please. As ft broad and genera! pmpntltkin, It may I e Inadvisable to hare vast tracts of land hem by foreign proprietors, but the laws goeernlnf the ma...

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. — 14 June 1890

THE 1IL ( KITH , HATl UDAT KNIM, JTM; 1 , 1 ! M i. Ii CAPITOL. 1L SENATE FISANCR COMMTTTEffS WOBK OJf THfi TARIFF BILL. EULOGIES OR THE LUTE M. XffllMLL Invettifttion f the TUk OmariMten. Pwteettou of Befclt ttri BMfi1if a tT w ntiimfwimit mwftN but n"i the Senate proceeded to coosMef Ml Won the calendar. Among the Mils passeri Senat. Mil for the hotter protwlhwi of hoteMm, lodging unci bnarrllnft-honee keepers of hp Plstrin The btll Is snhstantlaltr the same as. the law which prevails In met of the State. is thu norsn. The Speaker annoniKerl the Appoint nipnt of E B. Taylor of Ohio, Stewart of Vermont and Bland of Missouri as ronferrros on the Antl-Tfttst Mil. Mr. Bland said that as the llotne bad Instructed the crrafemes to recede frrm it" amendment, he had no farther interest in the matter, and he ashed to he excused from serving on the wn fcrence committee. Thnewas no objection and Mr. Cnl lrson of Texas was appointed to fill the vacancy. The House then, under special order, pro...

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. — 14 June 1890

Z- v THE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, JUKE 14, 1890. TT I the investment of small sums in Roal Estate with a guarantee of 6 per cent interest on all amounts paid on property is paid lor. Such an opportunity is account until a deed is delivered, with a certainty of from offered lor a short time in the purchase of io to 20 pdr cent, advance in value by the time the HOICE ELE VATE ICTURE UILD -"" -3u T ER HN ,yg'BUiy SHVING BKNK JSBSSSSIf J-aSW!S( AND P SQTJE ING On the Grand $10 If you prefer. A lot on F street, In the business advance in two years. I will hold for and give as completed on or before OCTOBER 15. On all per cent, interest, to be paid in monthly install at my office on THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS THO.M 934 F The Daily Critic OITX tVMOJAl.ll, llaby Carriages ami Jlerrlffcrutora, Having had a creat rim on those J parlor sulta of seven pieces, we turn our attention tobaby carriages and refrigerators. Many w 11 want them, and no family should, for u minute, lie without them. ...

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

22D YEAH NO. 6,825. POLITICAL NEWS M'hINLEY'S HILL PLATING HAVOC IN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. HANDWRITING ON THE POLITIGflL WALL Woolen Manufacturers App&al to the Senato for Free Wool. BOSS REED'S CODE OF REPRESSIVE RULES Not Popular With Senators Harriwn's Order for a Hew Silver Bill. The Speaker's Triumph. BRIGHT HOPES FOlt DEMOCRATS llEriBtlCAK DBFBCTION 0W ACCOUNT ok Tim M'KiHfctir niiii,. A prominent Western Republican, who Is hero loohlng nfter some Import ant measures now In tho Senate, was Etnndlng In tho lobby of Wtltard'a last evening discussing tho political situa tion In tho West "Tho Republican party," said lie, "will receive n great set-back this fall, nnd It will bo duo to tho McKinlcy bill nnd tho unsatisfactory appointments made by Harrison. Tho handwriting Is on tho wall, and this timo It will bo tho farmer who will translate the truo meaning of tho Inscription." "In Iowa, Minnesota and California," ho continued, "tho chango of senti ment Is growing, nnd tho peopl...

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. — 16 June 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 1(5, 1800, The Daily Critic Tht Ontg Dmfterntc Dnilg Paper Pnb hthtdnt Wanhington. BBV OirtNIKO BTTH4 WAtJOt3 CKtrtfJ CftHrWSt. oFrirt St B ltKEttf WORf HWS1T, Wawhuwpww put, b. C. TBKM8 Of SuWCWTfTw, 8y art (posture prepaid), i tear sm 1 eWAtth . .. 88 mmw tn t city. tnroata b titisckPfic WAMH4NTrtr, t. C. .frss 1, I99. TMI Atyisftttrf TUJiatsr,. Tat Caret of foglnem has anbmhtecl the- rejwM enlrw! for by ttw Senate aorrro ir.nnlfci mo. la this report he dig- na Ike cotnHUMi ami pfirtW!tttei of H.p ftrtmdrret twnrrel freer which tawa '' awek aft uproar during the Incitm ivvtf f Mnjm !,jmt?clter In District iiffalra. 1 1 will ire ferrrembtrml that wlree. the outbreak against Lyrlecker t at Its i ilabt, the assertion waa freely made 1 t the tunnel wmihl prove a total low. It was a i-ommort experience to hear tl v statement that ail thnte hundreds f thousand of dollars had been wasted tl toitgh Lydecaer's criminal careless j s The howl was as sav...

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. — 16 June 1890

H THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, J UN R 10, 1800. M THE CAPITOL ItHinUCAN CAUCUS Otf THE JFPERALELECTKWBILL. aNCFSIS OF THE Y1CN0S MMSCilE. An Amalgamate of tta Ortfteiii Lodge ad tfoinll Bills. in 1, AN INSTANCE OF BOSS REItT5 METHOD L'.r d Matters Undr Colisifjtion The Proposed Bof4 of JMncaU. Silver in the 9t, The finale iron concurred In tha lie use Amendment to the bill to estab lish the customs collection district of 1 iigtt Bound, ami a confBtnc irttwul. A message from the Hmisu was ire fenkd, asking further conference on the Ant) Trti9t bill and astentl to. The House went Into Committee of the Whole, Mr. llurrowsln the chair, on tl.c Sundry Civil Appropriation bill. District In (Jongreas. Kcpriscntattve llurton of the Judi ciary emu Committee of the House District Committee to day sent a letter to the District Commissioners concern ing the bill for the relief of James V7. "Walsh and others. "The claim," he tays, "presents a very complicated history of transactions under c...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 16 June 1890

THE PATLT CKTTICVMOND VY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1890. Tins Daily CRmo a xtx KPxfUJLZia. itaby ttTMs KrrtKwntM, nana had treat mn m tiwue $ par:or nlt of scTen pieces, we turn on attention 1 1 baty carriages end refrtgpratnm. Hatty III want them, and no family shTUld, for a minute. I - without hrm Tho stock mm rty eirti-. r the newer style, the hart Tnnicn.1 th lowest price. The benefits ifnnr erlt rtcm are Ir t thodM r"al of . ir onttnmer. Therefore, bring what bk nr-y yon have am lm what fon XrnTit Ttm tnernle at ltndaan's Pmul lire. rtHt d Wore Store, m 910 and 88. lib street northwest. llanghtnn A r.'s UnpreemtonteH In ilaeements, j l c rheape.1 ret .Tnt read their bargain, l 'urnltnre: l oakbarean.l bittea4,1 wart s' end, 1 piilr of fenther pillow, t extra lerga o-k table, flira reed chairs, t wire mattress i' thews serviceable and desirable articles, i ofnl every day, for the .mall snm of S J Acaln they offer 8 chairs and a six rootex t( nion table for the smrprldng and nnprece dmte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 17 June 1890

A & PBICIS TWO CISNT& 22D YEAH NO. 0,820. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1890. BIG BOSS REED. MnltE SUGGESTIVE FACTS PROM HIS DISTRICT. WHAT HE OWES TO GORRUPT METHODS. 3Hie Use of Money and-the Sduetivo Influence of Rum. THE GOSPEL OF PORE POLITICS UNKNOWN Tho Federal Eleetlon Law Far Msre Hecesaary in Maine Than in the South. The New York Tlmv? Ulddefonl (.Me.) correspondent writes Ills paper iw follows; Tho two letters rccontly pub lished In the Timet, In which was given some Information concerning the preva lency of vote-buying In tho Flrat Maine Congressional district, have, for one thing, engendered tho spirit of dis cussion among tho peoplo horeabout, so that as one goes over tho district from place to place he may frequently hear men exchanging views upon tho ethics of political rottenness, and he must cortalnly tako notlco that a popu lar dcslro Is manifesting Itself to do tcrmlno tho exnet moral status of tho vote-buyer and likewise that of the vole se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 17 June 1890

TTIE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE IT, 1890. The Daily Critic Tic Ontg Prmofrtitft Pnilf Pfifmr Pnb Ituhtit nt W(thingtn. amKy vapumo ST TWk WASIIIJfflTOH OKI tJC COMPANY. rFFITt: H3 D STftnMT wCfcf rllf MT, WAMISWim CffT P. f. TMUI8 Of St'tWlMP I10S. By mall (riostaire rrersaMfc 1 year H i month " Carriers In ttw efty. lnwrnth ss MS II tWt W'AMiiswTWt. C. C, Jitm 1?. 1990. MISSION AMY WORK. nf cmrw, every borty Is shocked noil f i ii v( il when vfofoncv I done in a mil Mortar? by the barbarians, to sam whom 1 c litis left horn and country fur bi lilrd. But A (treat many people Ml te um'e island why the missionaries should lnIt rn going among praple who don't want tin m. On what ground, for ex ample, do they go to Japan? Japan Is a prrat and prosperous country, with a ehlllsllon, a literature ami a soctat structure of Its own, with laws and a religion which give them perfect satis faction. What right has the cut side world to meddle with the .Tornncse and to contrive the revol...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 17 June 1890

T'Wk. TIIE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JUKE 17, 1890. i - AT THE CAPITOL SEN TORS CONSIDER THE HOUSE SILVER BtLU REELS TREATMENT Of TWWTIRE8T8 Studiously Igntti&g the GGiifflittws on AgrJetiltttr ami Lator. DISSATISFACTION MAT LEAD TO REVOLT. The Tariff Kit CowpleW Iiwmwl ApproptiUa far Ike Ptosm Rirr Olbtr Mattor. Tlio Senate, ly a vote of 87 to 7, s'tuck out the lnillton redemption c'nuso In the Ilmws Wlver bill. Uy a vote of 10 to 40 the Senate rofuwil to strlko out section 0 of the bill which provides for a resumption of coinage when silver reaches a certain value. By a voto of 4 to 04 the Senate re fused to Insert the provision limiting the operation of tho bill to ten years from date of passage. Action was. also taken on other sec tions. Tho House continued the considera tion of the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill to day. Tho I.nfayctte nml Jncbson Sttnea, Mr. Bato today Introduced In tho Senate a long preamble ami joint reso lution as to tho location of the statue of G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 17 June 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TTESDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1890. Tite Daily Critic Haby OnritiHrw mm Kemcftrs, navtng hart ft great rati on those $ ptf nr nSU of seven rteces, w torn onr attention t . hhy carriages and refrigerators, Sany i" want them, and no family shonM, tot a minute, be Without th. The stock sre dts V'iy embraces the newer tyh, the hen mike ami the lowwt prices. The benefits f onr credit sfstcm are alfs at the d! r.si of oar enstomet Thwefow. brttw vcimf money yon hare aim hnj What ton wint That Is tSe rate at Rn&Hw's Farm t ii e. carpet and store Stores, at o and K 7'i street northwest. BASEBALL GOSSIP WASHW8T0JT REMAINS IM.E OS Acrotirr of turn. llonghtnn (. Unpretertentrd In ducement. The rhcapest yet .tnt read their bargain" I turnltnre: 1 oak bttrean. 1 bdted, 1 wash ' l"? J.tM,ir.of ' pillow, l estra large o k table, s Bn reed chairs, l wire msttress i!l these serviceable and desirable article, ti-pfni every day. for the mal! sum .f $3 09. sain the offer 6 chair and a...

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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. — 18 June 1890

f tvy jBBSSlw- . $ Vf frrv 4'lHW "II I'llju. w'wy"F', 22D TEAR NO. 0,827. WASHINGTON, D. O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 18, 1890. TPvICB TWO CENTS. P: IN' r . OUTOFTHERAGE Harrison is Hot a CinHJale for Renominate, HIS EMPHATIC DECLARATION He Has Thought Long and Deeply Over the Matter. 'WHEN MYTERM IS QUT,n SAID HE, "I Expect to Return and Resume Tho Practice of Law." HIS DECISION UNALTERABLE. Eo Frees His Mind Is a Confidential FriendAround Whom Will tbo Parly Rally? A gentleman, who onjoys the most In timate relations with President Har rison, nnd with whom the Executive talks concerning Important matters In the most confidential manner, called at the White Home one day during the Vast week. The conversation turnol upon the silver question nnd the ptobahtllty of the passage of a Free Colnago bill by Congress. Tho President's visitor urged upon him tho benefits of such an act and the great popularity to be gained by signing It, as well as the ad vantages which would accrue to the llc...

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 June 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 18, 1890. The Daily Critic Tht OnZjr Vemoemtte ii? Paper rub- tohtd at Wfhington, atRf VBNIHO Bt Tire WASH1WT02 CKITIO ceitAJt rPFtcg- 9& d StKBST MORTHWSSt, A8Bl.WHJ!t CTTT, fl. c. I 'irliiiirmi - . TSRMS Or SUBCmrTK)F, W BH fteeee rpM), I teat m " . " " 1 Month ctiwmmtiweftt. iith AwfffVM , T1IISCH1TIC PB D snPMfta. WuMftftcft, 0. C. WMraefMt, B. C, Jvn 11. 1SW. PACTS ABOUT LOtKJE. Tm ttm oe.ce ft prevalent M to ttie effect tint Hon. Henry Cabal Lodge km mart of trnnewhat niter fibre thm lie tnrctilenl swasttbncktors of hf party ; that he had higher alms, purer instincts rnd clearer Tte8: that he m a patriot irttuwrl it party man afterward. It was bellentl of Mr Iiodffe thai he woaM follow bit party only 90 far m It went In tbe direction of the country's welfare, ami light tinder its banner only 'when that banner led the way to the perpetuation of the nation" : real new and the tltir-eiT happlnew and litortr. Mr. Iodre eenW to be of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 18 June 1890

TIIE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 18, 1800. V' h vt AT THE CAPITOL HIE TR1FF BILL REPORTED BY THE FlKAHTB COMMITTER, 'WILAR TOTKE SENATE MLL OF 188S. Will the Emm Vm the 9iteiFra OtfMgi Bill? IF SO. WILL THE PRESIDENT VETO IT? Nomination RJeiesj...The Ffih Ota thittm InvwtifittMiDfelrht Xwnres OsusMerasl. The Tariff bill was tportl to the berate from the Committee ob FImiwc to day. 2"o report Ihw been prepared by the committee ami no estimate of the Increase in the revenue resulting f rem the changes made. The understanding Is that the trill will not be culled up for discussion until about July 1. A member of the committee stated this morning that the bill as reported, with tho exception of the agricultural wool and woolen schedules, was the same substantially as tho Finance Committee bill of 1899. Tho tobacco schedule Is unchangedt In the Eugar schedule the bounty of two cents per pound Is extended to maple sugar. No bounty Is to be given for less than 800 pounds of sugar ...

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. — 18 June 1890

r THE DAILY CKITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, .TX'NB 18, 1890. Tiie Daily Critic OIXT BVEOIAM. IWiby Onrrtnffm ami HerrrtntAtore, WTTm nad a treat ran on those Jis paf.or OI nrm TMrn.. wi tnm rtn nffMiriftii ibT carrta and iffrtwrAfw. MaAr in no tarnuy snnnin. rur a TOO intaevwn Jhb? oarrlae and rr-frlgcrttnw. Man? vrra w.ui inom, una no lamiiy snonin, rur ( mHnm. be without them Tho toc w dls pis embraces tiie newer .tyies, the ben OIHBI set ml th tnwant r,iHo ..' oi dot cram JTsroin are a powu oi our customer, wiai les, ti The i mnran-R rvrm ,!tt ffffiaM 9 benefits ,ta at iti din- rafara,. brM "BPji r nTo anuotty waaj yon visa m iim mm bt ar UmKCtmt awl stove stores, 7t h street northwest UeKtttn o.a Unpreeetienlett In dneementti. The rhearet ret. .Tint read theft hattatn ''.' '?",in,r? : '?? otwean. 1 twd.tead, l wh ftaiw, 1 pair of leather pillow, 1 extra lanm tmk table, flrre reed chair. 1 wire msttress all these servroenble and rleMrahte article, uerl mtr day. fr the mall snm of $ i....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 19 June 1890

22D YEAJR NO. 6,828. WASHINGTON, D. O., THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1890. FBICE TWO GENTS. t k ' THETAR1FFBILL CIIN(.ED IN ALT. ITS SCHKDULlS EXCEPT TOBACCO, REDUCTION OF DUTY IN MOST QF THEM. The Proposed Duty on Tin Plate Stricken Out. ADDITIONS HADE TO THE FREE LIST. Material Alterations In the Measure Whloh Will Wreek Repulilisan Party Hopes. As stated In Tim Cnrnc yesterday, Uic Tariff bill reported to the Sormto by tbc Flnanco Committee Is, with tlio exception of tbc wool and agricultural Ecbcdulcs, almost Identically tbc samo as tbc committee's bill reported In 1883. No formal report accompanied tbo bill, nor Is It certain tbat any will bo pre pared. A statement will bo reported to tbc Senate as soon ai It can be prepared, showing tbo effect of tbo provisions of tbc bill upon tbo receipts of customs as compared with the receipts under tbc present law and tboso estimated under tbc House bill, Tbo changes made by Ibc committee arc as follows: CHEMICAL SCHEDULE. Tannic acid or ta...

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

'"r.ipv THE DAILY CKIT1C, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1890. rXlIE DAILY CRITIC If Onlf Dmotrntte Dtilf Piptr FV hdhtdat WnohingtOH. T TS TTAl!lJWTO?t CrtinC CO It PAST. OFPTCt: &13 D STKBlT N&RTHWBST, WA9Wi!WMtB CWf. B. C. TSllMS Ot StTWcHtPWOS, By iriul pWpuMX J year 5s 1 month W Cs-Tiers A the eft. imofttn A,M tiirtCinTid, VYsmeT!i, 0. C Jrjt 1. im -WBBKD Bt THK SEtATB. No American Adtnftilatratton mrw t p (owpletely awrt HKHtrntMy dh f -edited Ihm mh the ptewfU oft fey U c vintage of a Free Colrtae Mil bt tt.r "Seaat eft Tnewlay Tlirmigk tu Secretary of the Treamry 1 f Administration chow to present to t rarest. lt view wrwm silver through ! t unusual medium of a bill carefully i--awn and with Its details elaborated. -e rctary Wisdom and THreetor of the ?lint I.each worked on the Wll early ai.tl late. It was written out, eoaald r cd, and rewritten. For weeks, which f.cw Into month, they labored with r. r measure. It was written out In ill detail no less than a hnndred time...

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

.jjW THE DAILY CKITIC, TJTTBSDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1800. R. b? FORFREETRADE "WITH THE NATIONS OF THE WRRIPAN (WT1NENT, n mim mmnmi letter. Kadical CwrerMii of the High Priest ef Pfttettlm HIE WCUMfrlT SENT TO THE SEDATE, An Eloquent and Ltgtei Apfsal fa- Fair Deltg With Our Neighbors. President HorttaMi tftinsnitttwl the ftllcwlng loiter to the SiMite tj-tlny- "iWArtTMIWr OP STAT. 'Washwbtojt, Jifbe4, 18m). 'I bee leave to submit herewith the report upon 'Customs Union' adopted ty the International Amerlcn Confer true gp 'The net of Congress, approved May 24, 18W, AuthoriElnff the President to Invite delegates to this conference, named as one of the topics to lie con Mdered, 'Measures toward the forma tion of an American customs union, un der which the trade of the American nations shall so far as possible and profitable be promoted. "The committee of the conference to which this topic was reforred Inter preted the term 'customs union' to mean an association or agreement among the s...

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

THE DAILY CIUTIC, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1890. The' Daily CRrrrc our avr.oixiia. lfratiy Uftrrrace ami Herrfcerntors. ttfttta hI a great mn on thoie $35 parlor Wltt of iwtws pbcM, tarn rmr attention fobant canttms and wrrieorator. Man? 111 HWst tnwft, and no fniftUjr honld, for mtttnte, be flhct tiw-m. The stock wv di embrace the newer tyles, the het males and the lowest prtoos. The henStf ofow credit svatem ore ajFaysat theflH ptNNd of onr cttstuweM. TweTefnre, brum Sfl money rtxj hare and. b what yon wHt. That hi the mle at RmWm" Fnrnl tr. Carpet aad ove Stores, at MO and TOJ rt trwt northwest. llirttRhton lo.' trnprrceitcnterf In dneemcnt. The'hepetyet. .mt rend their barro In fnmiinre: l oak bgrean, 1 b-drtead, I wah tfrwl. t pair of feather pillows, I etm lrw tofc tMe, fine reed chairs, 1 wire mattress all thee servlceahlo and deilraMe artMe, serni every day. for the mu sum of $-r. co AMtft they offer chalr and a sit foot et Itww table for the snrprMnir and nnpm-e thim pric...

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