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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 20 June 1890

HHK! H8BM & w 'mpi , t- -Va . V tir i tssftgftytteaftijsa 22D Y1DARN0. 6,829. WASHINGTON, D. G.. FRIDAY EVENING, JTJNE 20, 1800. PRICE TWO CENTS. OIBfl POLITICAL NEWS ANOTHER LETTER FROM BLAINE t RGINQ RECIPROCITY. STRENUOUS EFFORTSTO UNHORSEQUilY The Man Whose Methods Gave the Republican Party Success. EX-SECRETARY BAYARD'S SILVER YIEWS. The Country, He Says, is Thmtsnad With a Dire Calamity Delaware Democrats Sure of Success, CLOSING UP ON QUAY. tKiionsED in Tim sbnatk orrosiTiox in iiAnmsiiuno convention. rmr-ADKi.riiiA, Juno 20. The Timt to day says editorially: "The opposition to Quay is playing Its last cards not only with boldness but with consummate skill. It has unhorsed Quay Iti tho Senate by tho defeat of his candidate for scrccnt at-arms nftcr ho had a ma jority pledged to his man. It was a deliberately planned effort to ovorthrow tho National Chairman In tho Bonato, nnd tho secret ballot enabled tho op position to succeed. "It Is well undcrstood'that tho defeat of Q...

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. — 20 June 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1890. Tim Daily Critic fUt 9ntg ttmoernHc Pnptr Pnb totarf tit TTusnihtfto. xtnr n amino IttM TVAlil3?IT: cititne Cft-HPASf. OFFtCt: 6 TXt itOfcTHtf Mf , tfaelll.WIsJll CTTT, 0. C. TwMttS 0 Sli MURfPfttK. By ma (estare prepaid), 1 yew D " inrontn iln tbeetty. lasonth THBCIUTlC, WMMftfWV1 B.C. vi8iwirw, p. a, Jtnni so. law. MKfcfi AH SILVER Speaker Reed ittid the Arlrrtinlstrstlna at fcaftd in aaavl In ofpMtlon Ut tire ftrtt-Ohtftftcttlm trill. lie no jottietl fntrea with the Administration for several rarwms. Like moM Eastern pnttftc re, he Is In favor nf the sinjrle pM stsartarrl. Then he want to r-on tral the appointment of collector of the pott of Portland, the chief Federal rile In the fine Tree State. Above alt. Kith Iresldertt Harrison mt of the race, he expect! to be the Administra tion rswlMate for the lresklentlat nomination. If he ran possibly do so he will hare the bill held up, even in Committee of the Whole, until a com lromle ...

Publication Title: Daily Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 20 June 1890

THE DA1XY CEITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1800. h AT THE CAPITOL mEftALDBMOCUAXffi VICTORIES IN TUB HOUSBTO-MY. REED (0T SOCH A PS BOSS AFTER ALL The Speftkir Giws Bxprwsfen to &me Significant Vim. THE COMPOSITION OF THE COMMUTES Which Will Gmratter Vfec Free Oeinage BUI Dfetrtet MftHers.-.Tlw Fisk OmmiwteB IsmttgalMm. There wm it significance In the prayer f ClisplMn Mltburn when be opened the procceillngs of the House at noon to-day. He prayed that the Almighty might "cool the fevered pulses" of the members, an obvious anticipation of a repetition of the exciting scenes of yes terday, When be hail concluded Speaker Hecil announced that the question wai on the approval of the journal of yes terday as amended by striking out the reference made by the Speaker of the Senate Silver bill to the Committee on Coinage, 'Weights and Moas ures. After some sparring between Messrs. McKlnlcy and 21111s, It was decided that the pending motion was tbo demand made by Mr. 31111s for me previou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 20 June 1890

,sEfXfflOfli 1 "'lWBSf "-S THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1890. CThe Daily Critic PUT BPIttlAliS. IttT Onrrlasre nod Netttcenttorf, IfKttM MM a great fwn on those parlor fftjSlbt carrtatres and refrigerators, tnliy WW w them, and no family should, fr a n)Mttt,be xMtlwnt thorn. The stork ire din platf emtiraees the newer styles, the best make and the lowest price. TM benefits nfonr credit srstctn afe always at thedts pMftl of oar enstomer. Therefore, tvrinc wm nroner yon nave ana nor ww Ton . mat is the rat at Ifmtitait'a nimi torn Carpet and Wore Stores, lit and 9S. Jtli street northwest. UnnRhton fo.'A Unpreeettenteil dneetwent. In- The cheapen ret- Jnt read their bargains in ftrrnltnre: l oak hrrrean, I h-dtesd, 1 wash Hand, I pair of feather pillows, t extra large oas table, fine rwd chains I wire mattress -all these serrteeable and desirable artl.-les. ttsefnl every day, for the mai snm of $r, rt Agam they offer a chairs and a is footet tMith) table for the snrprMnff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 21 June 1890

22D TEAK NO. 6,830. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1800. PHIOH3 TWO (UMTS. POLITICAL NEWS DEVON SMITH'S EDITORIAL COM MENT ON MR. HARRISON. BREACH BETWEEN REPUBLIC GUH8 How the Wool Industry Has Bn Injured by Promotion, WILL NEBRASKA JOIN THE DEMOCRACY? Iron and Steel Workers Refusa to Indorse the McKinley BilU."Eleemy Iji jj nary Qingorbroad." A RAP AT THE TARIFF DILL. WHAT rnOTHCTION HAS DONE FOIl THE WOOL INDUSTItY. New Tom:, June 21. The Timet' special from Boston says that Sir. Robert BleaKlo of Ilydo Park has written Senator Carlisle, at tho request of tho Wool Consumers' Association, fTivlnr n nw ?i? n Y i ti r 1 inntiiifnnlitti.a j ' ,"3 reasons why woof should ho placed on mo treo list and why tho pending Tatlff bill should not hecomo n law. Ho compares, with full statistics, tho history of tho legislation for tho silk and wool Industries, greatly to tho dls ndvantaco of tho latter. Ilo says tho legislation has been bad for tho sheep farmer, for tho consumer a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 21 June 1890

TKmrwnmi- TIIE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, iHfln. HWJ4MH-s; - o3K-iS. M The Daily Critic Tht Onlp Ptmorrtittt Daily Piper Pnb Unhtd at WmMnffton. i , . Bscanv arirnmmo wtiTOi-f!t eattie cfjttA2Y. f FFfCl: WMRIMMM tt 8. O. lMflinHw(ttiMiKi isn lBWMh. ... ftnttewrn the crty. month ,m, fimeitiTic, wesMttftett, 8. c. WjgWIWTWII, I). 0.. J0 Si. 1SW. JlArtMSOH'S OSOLAltATfOM. Is He of the fact tkat toe statement jntWhfcetl la Ths CWto h WerltMB Ssj, wMin iretrefiiitv- aceeptwl m oit net, kas had doubt throws upon it In Mtlatft quarters where the wtsk H fftther o the tkottckt, and In certain others IrtM beta received vrttk some signs of ifceptlcfem, Tub Critic feel tkat it Is TtekHlWji no cottrWeirr It row jmbllsh !ftg Ike name of dm gentleman to whottt Ike President made the statement re ferred to, to-wit- 1 am not here for tho rnrp.ie of aetlfl tn ike Merest of myself or of my part1, but In the interest of the whole country and the fwwpte. when nvy term I onl t esneet to re ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 21 June 1890

THE DAILY CKITIC, RATTJBDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1800. . I (r i i IV i u- AT THE CAPITOL ANOTHER STtRRTNG DISCUSSION OTF.R REED'S RULINGS. M SfUKEK HIKES X STATEMENT Concerning His Mm in Refsrriaf the Fm-Oeiirage Bill. AN EXTREMELY VICIOUS CM OF FTOLES The Frwriwrt'i Fight en ike MMr, Stewart After Cr&ffnl's St!. In tin Stnat. There wh a Imcft of eat nest eon Terse lien In lit limn when the Speaker caltwl It to onler to-riy. "What will lie tire next move? ' was the single topic tllscttseetl. A little knot of Democratic leaders vrero gathered around Jfr. Dlswl's seat, nml It wm evident that it plan of action was being mapped out The rainy weather kept many from the galleries, lmt, nevertheless, there was a fair sprinkling of spectators. The Spcakor announced, immediately after the journal had been approval without objection, that the pendlne question was n motion to reconsider the vote by which the yeas and nays on the motion of Mr. MclCInley to lay on the table the appeal of Mr. Il...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 21 June 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, PATURDAY EVKNING, JUNE 21, 1890. li i If thclimstmint of small sWii h Rod lis tit a with f ;tatiintCQ of 6 ptJr flrlnt intorcst on aft am6Unts paid on ptapafty is paid I5r. Su8h an epcftunUy Is account until a daad is dolivofad, with a acf tainty of from dfTefed I6r a short tiiiie in tli6 ptlf&hase of io to 20 pf aaiit? advnQQ in VrUtiS by tUS ttfrle the J. rp B. gimtuitja yHnjujvy ytau.ajiiiw" hwaw -mraaKnaa. 7X SHYING M N I I JrlArSL CHOICE VATED AND P ICTURESQUE UILDING i 1m Qn the Grand Trunk Line, the Lots 50x150 $10 CASH and If j ou 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. O.i all per cent, interest, to be paid in monthly instill at my office on THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS TH 9 34 F The Daily Critic PITY M'ltaiAZH. llaliy Uarrlacee ami Itefrlcersttnra, Having had a Brawl run on tboee fas per. r r-ulta of evea piece, w turn our attention to baby carriage and refrigerator. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 23 June 1890

3" m II 22D YEAH NO. 6,381. WASHINGTON, D. 0., MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 28, 1S90. P1U0E TWO OSKTS. POLITICAL NEWS IH K(T OF IIAttRISOJtWM AND MAIIONISM IN VIRGINIA WlLLKtLLTHEKEPUBUGMIS' GHAKGE8 A Leading Iron ManttfeeUirtr IU pudiales the MtKinUy Bill. "THE COUNTRY WOULD PROTECT LABOR But it Won't Pretest MsReptl?". Voice Frw Naw Ysrk Other Interesting Gwaip, IN THE OLD DOMINION. Tut ITICAfj AFFAinS NOT SATISFACTOIIY TO COLOHITO IlHrUBI,I0AN9. This morning, in the corridor of the Metropolitan Hotel, a Cnmc reporter met with Mr. M. J. Jackson, a promi nent and influential colored Republican ot Madison Court-IIouso, Va. When Interrogated as to the condition of poll, tics In the Old Dominion, he said that it was not altogether satisfactory to col ored Republicans. "One colored Republican, Professor Lancston," he said, "by pluck and ability has compelled recognition by the Mahonc element of the party, but the prcat mass ot colored mon who labored night and day, at tholr own expense of none...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 23 June 1890

,1 g',lt",'tWiiKM.iiiii n-VAfnattat. ; 4aK?5apsgia!u-.-r. THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1890. Tub Daily Critic T?t Onl$ Dmotrattt Dailji Paper Pub huhtdal Wtthinfftn. HVtRY xanma WASltUrHTttH OKirlG CtJtt.rAT. CPFK't: &IS 0 STrttlT NOftf HWl3t, WASBWWWW CTTT. O C. TIT Of SCWCTttMTO. BT eli Wt r repeM), 1 year. ....... IS 9 " 1 month 80 Canter to tbe eft, lnreetb Til It CRITIC, WasnlBJitoa. P. 0. WaskHkitoR. 1). C. Jest $9. 1990. RAILROAD FACILITIES. .tVharem fete At Atalnerm bill jr cm ( unter In the House tltcre i reason to helrete that when ft gets Into the f.nstelt will be kindled wiin latelH rerrr ami Wisdom. "We hear a great den! from the newt rrr advocates of the bill about "grit ire to the PcnnrrlTanla Railroad la "Washington only what all other cities pheto railroads, etc., etc.;" bm ltl it notorious fuel that every cltr which has lid'ttnert to urcept a railroad cont rary's estimate of whet Is csary for that tlty's welfare Las been repenting Its haste In sac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 23 June 1890

THE DAILY CHITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1890. AT THE CAPITOL I'ETEHMIHBD OPPOSITION TO THE VTKINSOK RAILROAD BILL T WILL SEGURE IT LEAST 50 SQUARES If City Frtjttty to thi B. & P., Says Mr, Aidum 125,000,000 FDR RIVERS AND HARBORS. General Hewilrstn Isliwatw ilw Bill is in Danger f a Yate. la the Sal. Shortly nfter the Honm crmvtrrStl General Grant, oliatrman of the District Committee, called up the AtktMon Itftllrond hill. Dr. Atkinson moved that general debate upon the measure he limited to 1 hour and 10 minutes. This was voted down, and the House resolved itself Into the Committee of the Whole to consider the bill. Mr. Anderson of Kansas obtained the floor, but was Interrupted by Dr. Atkin son, who desired that the time for dis cussion be equally divided between the friends and opponents of the bill, but It was not agreed to. "This bill," said Mr. Andorson, "takes a groat .many squares In the southern part of the city for railroad rurposcs. I have not counted up the number...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 23 June 1890

.-, THE DAILY CIUTH, . N1)AY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1890. The Daily Critic PITT PR01AIa. Itnby Unrrtnres ami Iterrtrettitors, naerag had a great mn on those 35 parlor Snlts of wren pieces, Wc tarn onr attention t rahy carriage and refrigerators Mane will want them, and no family should, for a winnte, he without them The stock we dis play embrace the newer "trie, the best makes and the lowest prices. The benefits of onr credit tstcm are always at the dis posal of oat customer Therefote, trtfjg wnat money yon nare ana met wn Want That Is the rale at RmMen'S t nre. carpet and Store Stores, at 9S and ' n rreet norrnwer Hongtiton t'o.'a Unprpeeitentesl In ducement. The che tripf ret .Tnt read their bargain. ! furniture-1 oakbnrean. 1 b-dstead, 1 wsh f'Tid. l rtlr of feather p11low, 1 ettra large mk tabie, i line reed chairs, t wire mattress all these serviceable and desirable articles, tieftil every day, for the mall snm of 09. Again they offer fl chairs and a six foot ex tension table for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 24 June 1890

i.frlT. . jfr.aiSiffri'i-''i!il1lfti'T1lff' ' - PBlOffi CTTO Olim WASHINGTON, D. O.. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 24, 1S9D. 22D YEAR NO. (3,8B2. t . -. .... -i l "" -'' l wrmn- i i ii i i ,.iixniK-r-rnrHi'liinimfmmmfmmmammmK9SSSSSSiSBt MMM ,,,a,,, M,,Ttt;,BiianspsMM T TT ------ j--m"J ' ' M r ii POLITICAL NEWS ILLINOIS MAY DRBAR PIIOM THE REPUBLICAN COLUMN. GEN PALMER'S CMMS OF THE STATE Democratio Help for Seoretary Blaine in His Sugtr Fight. MR. PLUMB'S WARNING AND SUGGESTION Quay'! Opportunity "RepuMwans Ad mire a Bold and Successful Rassal." ILLINOIS KATIIKU SLIPPERY. IT MAY 8MDR INTO TUB DBMOCHACY OH hahiuson's tntroroLAnirr. Ill the lobby of llio Kbbltt Inst even ing a party of gonllomen wore discussing; the political situation In Illinois, and the effect the tariff would liavo on the campaign In that Stato, when ono of them remarked that from tho present Indications tho Republicans would have more than n handful to hold the Stale, "Tho canvass being mado by General Palmer," said the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 24 June 1890

a if ' e " V THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 24, 1890. e ." i - The Daily Critic Tht 0jr Pmotrntk Itoilg Paper Pub- hated at Washington. sictur xnimo V Trs WASMINfTt)N CKITIO lOMPASt, CPFlcl: J O STRBt NORTHWEST, wAgmswros citt.p. c. TfcWtS OF SCWJMPTlOJt. By mm (rotte prepaid), 1 year $s ' lmcmtS S9 cmrn thnr, jmouts ss AeMfasS tiis cnitic, -""" -"-- - .-. . - . . rri m YAmtmtm, d. a. jcttb 34, 1990. BIsAIXE AXI) TIARRtSOX. Ti8 CuiTtc is in k position to state, a a mutter of undoubted and absolute fart, that the present state of confusion in which the Ifehrin fen rtnestion Is Involved is the result of the President's lepndlalton of an airarurement between Secretary Blaine ami Lord Salisbury, the Prime Minister of England. One of the first subjects taken rip by Sir. Jtiaine after he had fairly settled down to the wotk In his Department was that of the seal fisheries in Retiring Jca. The question came to him In an unsettled shape because of the notorious Irrpoesihlllty of Sec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 24 June 1890

i HSKgtSESsssscsrVii iwwwwwwaumww THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1800. - IT THE GAPITOL I ! KGE OPPROORAMME REGARD ING THE SILVER BILL ME REASONS FOR IT AND ITS MEANING The Hens Will Cemfckr the Dill at Once nnd Vote TKMriw. If MAY PASS BOTH HOUSES THIS WEEK. ..lhon Redepttt Will 9e Drtfj, Naval mi Psstve Appro. pdaHva Kilt, In the Senate to-day the conference report on the Naval Appropriation Wll tvb9 agreed to. The Postofltee Appropriation bill was then taken up. The amendments rec (.mmemled by the Committee on Appro priations wore: To Increase the item for mall depre rntlons from, etc., from $980,000 to $3(iO,POO. To Increase tho item for clerks in postofflccs from $7,200,000 to $7,500,000. To rcditce tho item for mall locks and keys from $60,000 to $85,000. To Increase tho item for transporta tion of foreign malls from $004,000 to 1712,000. SILVER UP TO-DAY. A SUDDEN CHANOK OF PROOilAMUB THR rtBASONS FOH IT. Chairman Conger of the House Com mittee on Coinage, Weight...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 24 June 1890

'' ti I THE DAILY CHTTIC, K8DAY EVENING, JTNE 24, 1890. Tim Daily Ortl'cg lUnot hat a treat mn on the $35 put. tmtt of seven pieces, we torn onf attentl.'m to ha! eairtaws and rrfrleeraws. Man win want them, and no Untily shonld, f . a rnlnn e, be without them The stock We dis play embrace the nower styles, the nest rnasand the lowest prtnes. Trie fteneati of ot credit tstom are siwtys at the 41s ro of oar easterners. Theretora. bits wna mem? yoo nara ana nay wnagyva warn inai is ine raw at icmnrenns raw tnre. carpet sM Stove store, at B ana 71 h r ( noWMTent. Ilottshrti tl. Unprecedented lu ll He eitienta. The cheapst yet Jnt read their barfani" li furniture: 1 oak barest), I hMstes4, 1 wash s'and, 1 pair of feather pillow., t extra larsjs oak table, 8 fine reed chairs. 1 wire mattress all these serviceable and desirable articles, tiefnl erery day, for the tnaU nn of js 09. Aaain the offer 6 chair and art foot ex tension table for the aorprl-jn and nnowe rfonted price of $10.sj. An...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 26 June 1890

22D YBAJRNO. 6,8 Parties Going on the GRAND EXCURSION UP THE Great oivrn umrom tub Nortwestem Must Secure Their Tickets and Sleeping Cat Berths THIS MEEK, As tlie number HUNDRED. BERTHS arc being rapidly secured. leave Washington July 3,9:30 p. m, Arrive Dnlutli July 9, Arrive St, Paul July 12, Arrive Chicago July 13 j rrive Washington July 14, rI ICKETS GOOD UNTIL OCTOBER 31 For Rates, Tickets, Sleeping Car Berths and all in foimation call or address George G. Videtto, MHNKGER, OFFICE: tf I Khfc l IN em f 1-TWE5T 01 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. New York Htoeki. To-day's New lorK stock marfet quota tlont, furnished by C. T. llaveaoor, Hooms 0 ami 11, Atlantic bulbils?, WW F street nortbwest. Correspondents. M. D. Msodbam, New York; Chandler, Brown Ji Co., Chicago: stocks. Ojttn 3:80 STOCKS. Open S.30 A, T JL 8 Fe 47 IIH Oroaba Can. South.. W 571 " pTJ Ihl., JJ.XQ1UM1U6J Or. Trans,. 47 181 Con. Oat. ... 1001 100 J M.S.8.C0 13 c, it i & rae wi r.l Heading l mi Del, L A W. H5 '.45 S. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 26 June 1890

THE DAILY CRITIC, TUTKSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2(5, 1800. The Daily Critic 7 c Vhljf I)motrttc Dailf Paptr Pnb ftsAfff at Wathington. RyRY atxammo t Tim YVA'lilXnTON CHiriO Cl)Mf.Sf. OFFICE: BH3 D Sf RtttT rHrtTrtWBI,lf, WAgWtiWTOH CtTf. P. C. TBHJtg W l IWLHIFFlUS. Ertr ; (rtpKtTM)ii J land Carrier. In tg etty. 1 Breath ArtOress . , .. MBAreet, WaShtntrtPn, O.C. 1ViMxotW!. 0. C. .TtB 9S. 19W. win OT A fOVTllBftX MAX? PiMUlBi the question of tketrevt 1. n 1 1 ratlc notnlBee, the Ifsvr York 7' ' ajs, editorially. c :'.! stray parapet h I" BefDOCratlfl ur i a t m a I o t he probable nominee of the I .u. -,itic party fnf the neat PretMency aad ... p rii-ttv of ntp.Mf (levrtftnd, of i u novirnor mil. with whaekrow-de- ( i . 'i wing: that flne old Mt of well-tea-t i ..! n'ntergreen. Palmer f WhtolMw ex it' pi'jKun. ti1 from Indiana another I'ii "iir, named oray, who to be a gi 1 1. '..tie Bnrr In Western politic a hi, 1 1. i. 'Tie. F.HJab return. 11 1 -.i r.nrren Hut of leader of a party wb h ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 26 June 1890

TIIE DAILY CRITIC, TIIfHPDAY EVENING, JUNE 2S, 1M10. Ifc irt AT THE CAPITOL THE MTIONAL ELECTION BILL TAKEN IT IN TIIE HOl'SB. C-GflNTIC FRJIDDS HI ttW TOWC OTT. Mr. Ledge Stjs, Ctditd Un Muffin Into &tita& SOKE REMARKS ON THI NEIRQ PROBLEM Froedijrs in lb. SMKTJrt StMty Lotty.-.Blait'S Bill Btte ti Otto XftUtfs. The House to tUy pMNtt Mm folkw Stg bills: How Mil, tritti Sflt amendments, afltJoritDf the cottttntc tion ot Mil Mtroea the 5Illiiipl ltfm nt 'WlttOB, Jiiinfl.; Hows llll granting fifteen dnys' leave to cktks In the first ami second rlnss postofnees; granting certain lots to sihod district No. 7, In the township of Dearborn, Wayne County, Mich., for Eilx'ol purposes; to construct a bridge across tlic Mississippi Ulverat Hastings, Jtlrli. ' Debate was tben begun on the NATIONAL RLKCTION BILL. Mr Lodge sold the subject was grave nml demand serious ami deliberative treatment. He hud uo personalities or rttlccllons to make, but desired to treat the question dispassiona...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily critic. — 26 June 1890

THE DAILY CUITIf 11SDAY EVENING, JUNE 2(, 1890. TnE Daily Critic eixr npjgtjiAxa. iy Onrrtaasn an Rfrttw"M, Ha-fTBt nA limit ran on thosa JSS parlor imlt of seren Meet. e tnra onr atteattoin to hah carMaaea an1 refrigerators. . Sane vlll trfat thena, and no fstnity hIkwM, far a mnvnta, be Without them The stock we lls niar embraces the acsrer styles, tire hast makes aad the loa-eat price. The benejts of onr credit stttcm are al4rys. at the die tOSal Ox 9QX CBSTatliaTS. what atoney you hare a want That is Jo ml at fWH l's Film! tare, ami M Store Stores, at Ml and 98 7th -.twet northwest Hotothtttsi t"e.'s Uitrrttet In rtwegmemls. The chept yet ,vnt read their bargains In fntnttnrr: 1 oak bnrean, t bedstead, 1 wash at and, l pair of feather pillow., l extra larte oak table, 3 line reed chain. 1 wire mattress all these serviceable and desirable article, uefnl erert day, for the mtl sum of j8 09. Again they offer 8 chairs and a sir foot et tcnsion table for the surprising and nnprcce de...

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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