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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 February 1890

ituMRmjcrieitv ju jtffstTMr. The Washington 0 -w jy ja j$ 22D YEAR NO. 0,715. WASHINGTON, D. C FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY M, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. WWBWt niTrt ? q ra i y NtWS OP THE WORLD IN DRIEF. I.OOIll. Tew valentines were sent to-day. Efforts aro being inado for n now trial In llio case of Mary Thomas, concorncd In stealing Marccllus West's monoy. Tho Secretary of Wur favors tlio appro pilattonof $350,000 for n brldgoovcr tho Eastern Drmicli from South Capitol street. Sotno dissatisfaction lscxprcmotl because McUlclland, who killed Henry Benton, wat released on ball, whllo Frank Ward, who shot Mamlco Adlor, was refused It. About ir00 damago by flro was camod In inu jmy nuuuing yesterday nucrnoon, $'J i damago In Shurllt's wood and coal yard and slight dninago In tho basement of tlio Lvo Itcimlcr Bulldlnir. Senator Ulalr will prcsldo at tho meeting tinder tho management of tho Natlona Temperaiico Society to night, and Hou. J. J). Taj lor, Hon. J. N. Steams, Itcv. G. II. Corey and...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 February 1890

-,3fi5? ..uj43wShrk3biw wflm 1,1 I, mni'iiiyiiHii'i'ntfrnf k. 'JAm- m.4, THE WASHINGTON CTtlTIC, FETDAY EVENING, FEBljtJJAlTX 14,1890. umlU..u,,xrmc., nauifwrnasiii "I R u . ie H M' " ft A ASUl.VrTON CIUTIC Hawkins, Churn it IU'ihktt. Qi3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASlllNHTOK, I). J. TUB EVENINCI CHITIO. ElngloCopy..... a Cent By Carrier, per montli Si Cents Hy tr.all, postage paid, duo year. $M Ily mall, postage ;nid, six mouths 3.0J By mail, postage pill J, per mpnth....V) Cents TIIK SUNDAY CtltTIO. SIii(.toeopy ."it'enti One year $,M Mall subscriptions Invariably in advance. Addross THBCKITIC, Woshlmtton, 1). C. TO-NlllllT'H AMlSKMCNttl. lUniti' nuuu Ti!EATitn-"My Partnor." National TiiRtTitn Xnt Goodwill In "A C'tililjllno." Aliiai'iiii's Oi'I.iia Hour. -J, K. Kmmot In Kilt. In it Madhouso " KeiinanN TiiFATiir. "Tho Night Owls. " OlOHi) Vnilcty. local wv.ATJtr.n ronr.cAST. I nr Ihr IHttrict nf ditumbiii, Hcbliinrr ami Maryland, hnivji mlm, follmrnl hi fair ticuthtr Saturday; mmthrrli ...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 February 1890

TliTE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1890. MOUSSA BEY IN PRISON, BUT HIS OWN PALACE IS HIS PLACE OF CONFINEMENT. MltiUtrr lllrnclt SttncoetM In I'revont. Inc tlio Nultnn'1 Tool J'rom Causing Slnro 'Ml miry A Knotty I'roblom Solved Satisfactorily to All. London, Feb, il. Moussa Hey, tho Kuuilsii clilcf who was acquitted byn Turkish comt of charges of robbery, outrago nml oppression In Armenia suf ficiently srttvo nnd well based to have cautcd his conviction on a moro pre sentation of the allegations, has at last been run to earth. At the request of 3rr. Illrstli, United States Minister at Constantinople, who has undertaken to right the alleged wiongs of two Ameri can missionaries, tho Sultau has had Moussa confined, not In a deep and loathsome dungeon, but In hl9 own palace, the abode of the Commander of the Faithful. This is doubtless satisfactory to Mr. Illrsch, gratifying to the suffering mis sionaries, pleasing to the sultan and it source of unfeigned delight to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 February 1890

P"IWI'"iMWIH ' --'Mil' i i i wwrtna a izzGimMmmmmMmm'mwmmm - y r 3cir---'j li 'T.'FHCtgattaiflltttfiTMtfitfffr-i rfrWW' UJHIU,MH13lldlU TnB "WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1890. s I I 8 !i H I'M m ffl i APPEAL TO CONGRESS. PLATE-PRINTERS WANT TO SELECT THEIR OWN ASSISTANTS. TEhev Say tho Color Lino Wm Not Drawn In tho Cnso of France Flood, but Sho Was Objected to on Account or Her Inoxperlonco. "A wrong linprcsston exists lu tho mind of tho rmblla regarding tho so ualkd color question nt tho Uttieau," bniil n well-known pinto printer to a C'iutic reporter last night. "There Is no truth In tho statement that tho fccrvlees of Frank Flood wcro refused, because she had African blood In her veins. There nro plenty of colored persons employed nt tho llurcau, nnd nothing has been heard of tho color line bclnc; drawn until now. Let mo tell you something, and you will readily understand our position. A. iihto printer and his assistant must hold con genial relations. Thoy nro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 February 1890

W?PW1 ff - The Washington Critic 22D YEAR NO. 6,71 (J. WASHINGTON, D. C SATURDAY EVIONING, F10PJIUARY 15, 1890. lTKICE TWO CENTS. NEWS OF THE WOHLD IN BRIEF. t.ncHl. 'Hie grain dealers nml millers ot tlao city hnvo organised tho Washington Grain l',x change. Tlio tnotlon for n now trial In tlio rase ot Dr llcnll, convicted (it grave robbing, lias In en overruled. 'I lie Hoard ofTrado will cudcavor to hive tho snrf.ico tracks ot the steam roads abol ished within tho city limits. . The local Itar Association has prcpaiod n Mil increasing tho number ot judges of tl n District Supremo Court, wltli a view ot facilitating tho trial of cases. Professor Henry C. Adams of Johns llopl.ln University lectures this aftoriioon nt the National .Museum on "Au Intorpro tntlon ot the Social Movement ot Our Times." At tho meeting of tho St. George's So ciety last night n large painting, loprcscut Ing John Dull and brother Jonathan fra ternally clasping hands, was tho object of universal attention. Gov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 February 1890

TriE WASHINGTON CRITIC SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 15,1890. y h it p' ?' Vmittih- iwii 111 nmw"ii i "WASHINGTON CRITIC HuvKiKs, Cow kn A, Busiusrr. 13 D STREET NORTHWEST, VASUINaTON, I C. THE EVBNINO I'tltTIC. SlnnloCopy a Cent, By Carrier, per month lConts By mall, postaco paid, ono year $100 By nijill, postage paid, six month, 100 By mall, postage paid, per month. ...TO Conti THE SUNDAY C111TIC. fclnjdocopy 5 Cents One year $..eo Kail subscriptions Invariably in advance, Address THE CUITIC, Washington, I), C, ToNiuut's Amcsrmevts, Aijui'on'a OrrnA House-J, K, Emmet In Flltz In a Madhouse." lUnms' Bnou Tiieatiie "My l'artnor." XMohai. TnrAim'-Nat Goodwin In "A GeM Mine." KraNAN'i TiiEATnK-"The Night OwN." Globe -Variety 1.01 At. WEATitr.u ronr.cAsr. lor the liislrict nf Columbia anil Maui Iilmlf rohtrr, iiitrthu'etterlif wimh; fair n father,' cooler and fair Suiidin. for Vir yinta, Jmr uealher, eaolei; northwesterly ninth; cooler ami fair .Snmhty. IVAgmxmo.v, Fkiikuauv 15, 1800. "Pi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 February 1890

TIIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY T3VENTNO, FEBRUARY 15, 1800. ) TALKING WITH GHOSTS. MISS GAULE CALLS SPIRITS FROM BEYOND THE RIVER. Cluuimy Hand Hint Sepulchral Voice Introduced to Her Aiirtlnncn by tho Olmst Manufacturer Wonn'n tlnll tho Scene or n Spectral Seance, Tucio VMS more prcssuro of ghosts to (be Efjunro Inch In Worm's Hull Inst nlcht than ever surrounded even lladfimc Diss Debar for tho edification of tho celebrated lawyer, Luther II. Marsh, In New York City. Tlioy held high carnival, too, and liroutrlit many endearing niesBngt'S from tho spirit land, and held lights enough in their hands lo put a million candle-power electric light to shame. There wcro old-time ghosts, yotinir ghosts, golden-hnlred ghosts and dark eyed ghosts, baby ghosts ond ghosts of youths and maidens that wcro sum moned from tho spirit land to talk with their earthly friends and bring tbcm words of good cheer. The trouble of it was, however, that nobody could seo or bear them but a young lady, who I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 February 1890

THE WAniNGTON rRITTC1, SATniDAY EVENING, FEBKTTAftY 15, 1890. TROUKliE IN TUB CAMP. VCTEHVNS AND SONS OF VETERANS HAVE A DIFFERENCE. Jtut it la All Ktclit Now Invllallom lasticri for n Uolelirivllmi In llunur l J.lniolu, a i (1 tlio Oiiuita 11 nil ttio Hall In roisciiilon ol Uolorcil 1'olU. 1a trainee "NVctlncsdiiy tiiqlit tlic al inohphcic in and ntljnccnt to the l)ls Met of Columbia has been permeated with dull Rrccn MieaUsnf buiigtilnary nnuor 'JL'liey were In the effect tliat tliuewns a big cplll In tho ranks of tlio Grand Army of tliu Hcptiullc anil its ofMiooU. rl liu story, snipped of all lis wild, wchd and woolly details, was In tlioclTu't Unit tlio Genenil John A. Locnti Cauip, No. ". Sons of Veteran, Iihu secured Grand Army Halt for tliu tvenliiK of l-'ebrinuy 1U, In order to appropi lately eclcbr.ilo tliu btitlulny of Abnilnini Lincoln. Time is no doubt Unit the orgnnUt lion in (jticdtlon conscientiously believed Unit it had dcrurcil the premises, for thty bbut.d lnvilati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 February 1890

The Washington Ceitic. 22D YEAR NO. 0,717. WASHINGTON, D. O.. SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1890. PRICE FIYE CENTS. NEWS OF THE WOULD IH BRIEF. Local Tlio Lincoln National Bank will bo open for business March 15. Mrs. Hunt of Now York will build a palatini residence adjoining "Stowart CMs tlo." Tho Hoard of Flro Underwriters arc on dtavorlng to establish a flro patrol and sal vago corrs. Bishop Tarct will confirm a number ot candidates In St. John's Parish to-day and this evening. Flvo acres of suburban land ou tho Woodloy I-a.no road wero sold for $10,000 on aero yesterday. A largo numbor of friends congratulated Mies Susan 1). Anthony on her 70th birth day at tho Rlggs Houso last night. Tho South Capitol Strcot Bridgo Associa tion mot yesterday afternoon and talked about tho best means of furthering their project. Tho oxccutlvo commlttco of tho National Association of Domocratla Clubs met yes terday afternoon and discussed the outlook for 1803. It Is understood tho Pennsylvania Kil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 February 1890

2 THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1S90. fV. TWO SEATS AT STAKE. ARGUMENTS FOR THE MONTANA SENATORIAL CLAIMANTS. "Mr, rnjno l're.ont tlio IloiHihllcun Slilo, mill Kx-Sollettor-Ooimrul .tonka Mnfcos nMrong l'lcn for tho .Democrat, Tlio Scnato Comintttco on Privileges nml Elections yesterday bocan the hear ing of tho contested election casus In Montana. Mr. Pnyno, cntinsol for Messrs. Satin tiers nnd" Powers, opened tho hcarlnu with nn argument claiming that tho Legislature In Joint assembly voted for Saunders nnd rowers and clalincd that they were duly elected and entitled to scats In the Senate, unless that body could co behind tho Legislature and provo that they were utujuallllcl for the position or had obtained their .seats liy bribery and fraud. In tho case now undor consideration, lie said, tho certificates of election con tradict each other, two lacking tho signaturo of tho Governor, and two lacking tho signature of tho Secretary of State. Tho journal of the House, h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 February 1890

a THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SUNDAY, TTEJVRUARY 16, 1890. PURSl IKG PLEASURES. THE GAY CHASE GOES MERRILY ON IN NEW YORK. Cliira nll 8y Tlint Hvnry Wonmii In hwollilnin Ik Ciiiititlnic lliii Hours to A fix Vdlifilii,V i.nmlcul In tlilciii lit tlio Metropolitan. B eclat Coircpotilcnco of Tut: dime NTH, L-unt puts a stop to fushlotiu ilo gaiety In Now VorK, which il will do In ft firv dnys hence, the pnnult of pleas uio will ho a mml mi In Fifth ave nue, livery wo rn 111 ill StVL'll(llll lb counting tliu hours and tiwlttic to crowd liitothciu the greatest pnssl- Sffb'v amouiil or so- eial no llvltv Shcn I saw n :iil filend Itntilb Iiir a milk punch thioiiuli it Mi aw in Unit particular rustuu lnnl where usnposccins to permit of inllil femtnino alcoholism, I iciuliuled Tier that I had Htn her making the snmo Indulgence only the previous day. "Oh, I'm talcing oec every day turn'," shcrcplicd, "bccnu.eliieverdilnk them during Lent." Thus you sec that icllglon tempers, if it docs not contiol ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON OBITIC, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1890. ? ! $ J E. I1 V i WASHINGTON CRITIC AMD SUNDAY CAPITAL. Hawkins, Cowen & Buskktt. Dt3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. O. T11K EVENING CIUT10. BlmdoCopy 3 Cents Uy Carrier, per month.... ,..33Conta By mall, postncopald, ono year !1W Uyronll, postaco paid, six months 300 Dymnll, postngopnld, pormonthi....W Conts TUB SUNDAY OUITIC. Blnglocopy 5 Cents iio year Sl.W Mall subscriptions Invariably m adranoo. Address TUU CUITIC, Washlnuton, P.O. LOCAL WEATlll'.K FOIWCASI', Vorthc Vittrict of Columbia, Delaware ttml Marylautl, continued cool, fair wealho; iivrtbu ctcrly winds, becoming mi iaUe. I'or Virginia, continued cool, fitirueather; north erly uhuh, becoming variable, "Washinoton, Feiiuuaky 10, 1890. Slit. Ci.AitsoN said to nn ioter ilcwer tlio other ilny: "I hnvoowncd n newspaper for twenty year, nnil I lmvo ncve'r printed mi answer to n lie." This is carrying frankness beyond I expectation, but it remains true that an i editor ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 18U0. D ANTE-WAR MEMORIES. GEN. DRAYTON TELLS OF JEFFER SON DAVIS" EARLY DAYS. A 1'lno Debater unci nn Kxcollont llnre mnn, lint n l'oor Htudrmt President lliiclinnnti'n Vnmlntnlmblo Sympa thy With tho South. Special Correspondence of The Crime Chaiu.otte, N. 0., Fob. 14. General Thomas P. Drayton, tlio only survivor of tho class at West Point to which Jefferson Davis belonged, Is possibly at death's door. Ho lias been sick now several weeks, and, on account of. his old ago, his friends fear ho will not bo nblo to rally. Tho General has lived hero almost alwnys since the war, and Is n most honored citizen of tho place. Ho Is a perfect typo of tho old-tlmo South ern gentleman, and his loss will bo a very great one to this city, whero ho is truly beloved by all classes of citizens, including tho negroes. I spent n very delightful evening with thu General just bofoio ho was taken sick nnd ho told mo a number of Inter esting things about his o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 February 1890

G THE WASHINGTON CRTTTC, RTNDAY, FElUlUAKY LtJ, 1890. - ) 'rl W lift" It l I IV r ; - Lti tv it' ! : .1 f t a.) 11 I. V r. FIGHT OF FORTY YEARS. 5TnUGGLE OF THE WOMAN SUF FRAGISTS BRIEFLY SKETCHED.: 3nUlnr i llrtrosimct or tlio Work lei -ill-liril by Husim II. Anthony nml Kllnl)etli tinily tlllllin N'lun tcetith I'cntiir) Ulilvatrj. Now that the birthday linwiuut of fcusan 1J. Anthony has passed Into his tnrv and hu fiolic of thu wloiuiil w Itty women Is dunu, thoy will li-avu ho failed irtirlfimis mid tlio fr.u;incuts 1 1 the feast to take enru of tliumsi-lvcs, whllo I "no .oucr-fiic.il. ilet-rtuluuil vrorkcis for equality will fall Into lliii'. Farly to-tnonnn innrtilii the ltlijus llouec and Its environment will picsum ;n iinuMiul flutler and swish of font iiinu chat ami silken gowns. Tliu . uvcmitin opens at Lincoln Hall al 10 0 . h cK, niul iii to thnt hour sulTra.. li'-niUiiiHitcnt will lie thescono of many 1 iM (,' mniltltc conferunces utul iufor- nl W8s and means proposition...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 February 1890

Tin: v tw!IVri,v t Ulli. . -i ,jy. FEBRUARYS, 1890. J MY FBIEND THE DUTCHMAN. BY FREDERICK HARDMAN. ( Continual from last Sunday.) CHAPTER II. " 'Sovcn rcdsl' was all ho coulil any. 'Seven reds, Monsieur. Tako up your money.' "I hastened to tho tabic By a strnngo cnprlco of fortuno tho colonel's proph ecy had corao true. Red had won sovcn times, and lnyfoily francs had hecomo 0,000. I took up my winnings, tho colonel looking on with a triumphant smllo. This was suddenly exchanged for n portentous frown and flcrco twist of tho gray mustache. " 'Milk million tie tonnerm! Not a dollar loft to follow tip that splendid run!' And, with a furious gesture, ho upset his chair and dashed his cards upon tho ground. "I took the hint, whether Intended or not. I could not do loss In return for tho 5,000 francs tho old gentleman had put In my pocket. " 'If Monsieur,' I said, 'will allow mo tho plcasuio of lending hlra ' " 'Impossible, Monsieur' Interrupted tho colonel, looking us stern nt If about...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 February 1890

- m. , MMtMMlW ! 8 TIIE WASHINGTON CTHTIC, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1890. fci. . " ' fc- : AFFAIRS IN VIRGINIA. GLANCING AT THE TOWNS ON THE WAY TO DANVILLE. I'rocrem of tlio Houlli Boon In n Ilwity Trip Tlio tobacco Industry Hup ponlnRR nt I.) uchburt Notes from Culponor. Leaving Washington on tho 8:'J0 a, in. Klcliraond and Dnnvlllo trnln, wo pass through a country which, If not lined with costly villas, surrounded by cxpcnslvo and well-kept lawns, ono docs find many picturesque villages and towns, mado moro picturesque and In teresting hy tho stirring events which occurred along this section of the coun try during tho lato war. The first town of nny Importance at which wo slop is Culpcpcr, and few of my old comrades in arms who woro stationed in this neighborhood during tho lato unpleasantness would recog nize in this flourishing placo tho village they onco knuw. The streets are wlilo and well kept and lined with business houses, which jjlvo you tho impression at onco that tho people...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 February 1890

rovtpJSF' .- v r n rHE Washington Critic. 22D YEAR NO. 0,718. WASHINGTON, D. C MONDAY KVENING, TUSIVnUAUY 17, 1890. PtfJCE TWO OIDNTS. 'Tl- : NEWS OF THE WOItLD It! OlclCF, t.ncnl. 1'Mer Jnrkeon, the colored pugilist nrrtv cil lu the city. A liquor license tint been granted to Wll llnm (1. Stutter of 120 Maryland avenue southwest, iho February dinner of the llildlrou Club falls on WashiUEtnu'n birthday, util w III ho given at tho Arlington. Clinrlc3 Wcscliler took out a permit to day to build a two story nnd cellar dwell ing. No. GDI Tenth street noithoast, to cost A burglar Mho entered tlio liouso ot Mrs. McKoldcn, (123 F street northwest, was frightened away by licr screams before ho had a clmnco to ideal anything. A banquet will bo given bythoClrand Aimymcn to General Alger at Wlllard's thin evening. Two hundred covers are to be set and a goodtlmo looked for. gltecotdcr Itruco nnd Professor l.angst on culled on the Commissioners this morning In tho Interest of W. Calvin Chase, ed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 February 1890

,1 1 rilmi n.inwlltfl MT THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, FJEBIlUAr 17,1890. &mm WASHINGTON ClUTIC Hawkins, Cowisn ete IIuskistt. e3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHING TON, 1). 0. Till; EVENINO CMTIO. BlngloCory 3 Cents llT Carrier, per month...,. 35C'onti Djrmall, postngo paid, ono year $10J Ilyrnall, postnuo pnld, six months "IOJ Ilr mall, postage paid, per month.... M Cents THE SUNDAY CI1ITIC. Blnglocopy . ...! 5CVnU Onu year $1V) Mall aubicrlptlons Invariably in advance. Address Tin: critic, WashlnRton, D. C. 1.0VAt. WEATHER FORECAST. J or the District of Columhui, ami Man land, uartntr, fair tteather; southerly uiwh. WaBIIINOTON, l'KimUAIlY 17, 1300. "WHA.Tr.vr.it OTiiint Btnto or section keips bIIciico for awhile. Ohio Is al ways licaul from. Tlio Ohio mim hav Ing lost the office, the Stato comes for wind wllh n modest clnlm for f 100,000. No doubt show III get the money, too. "Wiin.n Conoiiuss 13 wrangling, Can ada t'Ncitcd, Urn11 upset null all tho thrones traditionally t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON OTITIC, MONDAY EVENING, FEKRUAltt 17, 1WJ0. PACIFIC PAWNBROKERS MR. FfWE REPORTS THE RAILROAD FUNDING BILL. TijIiik to Collect Untl IJelitu Fitly Ycnrn Given for tlio Payment III Full Throo l'cr Cont. Intercut Ashed. I Mr. Fryo, from tho select comtnlttco ' on 1'nclflc Hnilrond, reported tlio I'nctflc Unllronil Funding bill with a unani mous report from tho committee. Mr. Frye. in explaining tho bill and report, sold by tbo bill tho Union I'nclflc Com pany was required to pay 3 pur cent, in terest nnd to puv its enliro debt in fifty years. It was required to givo n mort gage on nil Us property of every namu and description. Tho commttteo found that that ad ditional property which thu United States received ns additional security, amounted to n great deal more than thu debt duo to thu United Status, make-! tbo ultimate payment gf tho dobt as certain as anything human could be. As to tho Central Paclllc Company tho bill requited the payment of Us debt in eoventy-flvo je...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 February 1890

ffiyv " " VfKSSPXUfT T wr "WWOPfff" THE WASHINGTON CT.ITTC MONDAY TCVEXTNG, FEBTWATvY 17, 1890. it B? 5 OLD FOGY SENATORS. SOUTH CAROLINA THINKS HAMP TON SHOULD RETIRE. tl riming l'ower or tlio I'lirtuerO A I IN mic o llovcrnor Kltlinrilmiii n I'n iiirlto benator lltttlcr- I'mlgru tlon 11111 Inpoptilnr, Hl ml Correspondence of Tub Cmp (hvullston, S. C, Feb. 1") -ben lr r Yv'ndc Hampton Is likely to lmvu trouble In retaining lits sc.it In tlio Smato at the expiration of his picsont term, vvhleh Is toon to expire As ono solid old Charleston man evpii'ised It, when talking: to mc on the subject to doj "The people ot Ibis Statu avouUI not llko to l.iek Scnntoi Ilamp ton out, for they are too grateful a pcoplo to forget his ureal tervices to tlic Sato during the reconslt notion times However, thev would bo vciy thankful to him if he 'would leave the Sennit' eomc home aud not ask to bo sent back when ills term expires next jeui " 1 find the people who are roiitiollliig the iitT.ilrsof thi...

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