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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 7 May 1885

TCT,lil Y(yirftli). iiiuM.Mii'i.itMW taiff.sf The "Washington Critic V. 17TH YEAR NO. 5,224.-. WASHINGTON, D. C, THUBSDAY EARNING, MAY 7, 1885. PRICE TWO CENTS M t J GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL IN AND ABOUT TUB DEPARTMENTS. Tho Now PoBtmciBtor at Baltlmoro Col. Adroon's Suoooasor Appolntod To-day Tho Proeldont's Oallora Mnxwoll'a Extradition Othor Noto3 of Intorost in Political Clrolo3. Tlio President mado tho following ap pointments to-day : I. Paiikrii VriAsnv of Maryland, to bo postmnstor nt Baltlmoro in. plnco of liar rlson Adrcon, whoso commission oxplrod on Tuesday. Also, othor postmastorj ns follows : Chas. E. Peck, Mlddlobury, Vt. ; F. W. Rogors, Norwich, N. Y.j Uoorgo Donnally, Water loo, N. V . ; H. S. Bonner, Gettysburg. Pa. ; It. K. Harris. Han Angolo, Toxaa j W. W. Forney,- Lcotonla, Ohio! J. C. Carloton, Bedford, Ind. ; J. II. Hatokln, Sliouaudoah, Mo.: J. N. Wire, Plattsmouth, Nob. ; 8. W. Hobbs, Storm Lake, Iowa J Thomas A. Bailey, Darion.Ga. Also NoUo...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 7 May 1885

1-HE WASHINGTON OBTTIO, TIITJKSDAY EVENING, MAT 7, 1885. ,.i & it r. THE WASHINGTON CRITIC. 1'nMlalitd Dally (Hanisys Excepted) BY Tho Evening Orltlo Publishing Company, Oil D BTHEET, rOBT BUILDING, Washington, D. 0. TUIUISl binolk corv.... " OKtrm II V (JAHIUF.lt.....,.., 4 8S OKNl'd BY MAJIifrosisgAl'nlrtlOn Ycnr $1.50 By &IAIL KstaiiO l'nld) Blx Uonths !I.SO Mall Subscriptions Invariably In Advance, Addreis, VKMiNd emtio v ubliswino. compauy, Washington, I). Oa Knta rd at the Poitac In WuMnoton at Itcoiul rtati matter, Thursday, May 7, 1885. J AMUBEMENTS TO-NIGHT. Albnogh's'-Thnrsby Conceit. Torrt's-"Mrthn." llcrrog's Moneum Minstrels. ' Theatre Comlqu8llnrles,ue nnd .vittfcty. Dime Mneenm"Kast Lynne.'Jr' The Ittvnla A-Wlflto limine I.cxontl. Jt Is. iv lAoniont of oxtromo ilistrosi and emVarrntsmcnt wlion n lovor tides up to tho liend, whlto gate, and, throwing tlio rolus of Lis neighing steed to tho groom, stops Jlghllr along tho graveled walk to And his hated rival hold...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 7 May 1885

s THE WASHINGTON OBITIO, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1885. PRESENTATION DAY. IutcrcNtluKKxcrclRCNiittlioNnllounl Deaf 3IuIo C'ollerte. i( tr Ycslcrelay was presentation day at tuo National Dtof Muto Collogo. Tho exor cises woro held In tho chapel. Hot. A. W. ritzor oponcd with a prayer which was In terpreted to tho students by Dr. Qallaudot. Orations and dissertations by tho dlfforont cnr.dldatcsor degrees wero spoken on tho lingers and simultaneously road to tlio- au dionco by an interpreter. Tho following were tho subjects: "Tho Moors In Spain," by William Brokmiro, Pennsylvania; "flcnius and Industry,1' by Charles Kcnoy, Indiana: "Ideals of U(o," by Samuol Gas ton Davidson", Now Jcrioy; ".Meteorology," by Philip Joseph Uafentob, Indiana. Tho degrees woro conferred by Profo33or Nowcomb, U. 8. N., who spoko a few words of ndvlco to tho studonts. Sccrotary Bay ntd was called upon and responded with a abort speech. Tho benediction was pro nounced by Dr. Clallaudot, nftcr which tho visit...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 7 May 1885

o THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, MAT 7, 1885. r w bi. FBIDAY, DVEA.-ST 8, Regular Weekly "Remnant" Day AT Boston Dry "Odd Slzos and Pairs" of Ladiqs' Lislo Thread and Silk Hoso. Ono or tho man; ngonclos mat add to tho accumulation ot ''Ilomnauts" la nny stock ol dry goods) Wo bougut a splendid llnonf Ladies' Colored Lislo Tnroad Hobo to soil at .'17fc. Thoy worn a bargain, wo ndvortlsod them, and.-""? ?,. palro in tho window trt, "'"wTnn ihnv ?Mffito MrtT-VwSS found tohBo ?mnp ?MU.Si"ni onotigh to impair tliolr .hJ,n'"-y nro not as frosli nud clonn as ntVin tbo boxos. so wo lmvo marked thorn 4fC."nomunnl" Price, viz.! 21 pairs Ladles' Colorod Lislo Thraad Hoso, slightly tailed from bolng In tUo wlndowi regular prlco 87444. "REMNANT" 1'JliaU 23C 10 palro Oblldron's l'laln Black Cotton Hoso, nplicod root, full rogular, all slzos Bold but Ko.7i regular ptlco UOc. remnant" nuoE 'ir.o Two colors lott, but liavo noarly all tbo sizes; yot tbo lino Is brokon. 20 pairs Oblldron's D...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 May 1885

rrPrgi- rrr- .-a;tSnk . n The Tshingt on Critic 17TH Y1GAK NO. rJ,225. WASHINGTON, D. O., FBIBAY EVENTmi, MAY 8, 1885. JvGIOE TWO CENTS ! i lv II GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL IN AND ABOUT THE DEPARTMENTS. Tho BtiBslon Mission G003 to aMIcUlgran Mun Other Appolntmonta by tlie President ToUaj' Minister Hanun About to Leave for Persia District Wrahalshlp Tnlk-Wlmt Col. Adroon Snj-s About the Biiltlraoro Poatofllce Tlio President made tlio following ap pointments lo-dny : GronoK V. N. lothiigi of Mtchlgau, to bo Envoy Extraordlnai.v and Mtnliler Plenipotentiary of tlio United States to IlUSsla. Bovi WlKCill.'-TKn of Kentucky, to be Mlnlstor-Eosidcut and Consul-General to Switzerland. John i:. W. TiloMi-f-o.v of Vow Y01V. to bo Minlstcr-ftesldont and Consul-General to Haytl. George V. N. Lotbrop of Michigan Is described as tbo most promluout lawyer of Detroit and of tlio Stnto. lie is a eontle man CO yoArs of ago, of legal and lltcraty attainments of tlio highest ordor. For...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 May 1885

" Vv wf-jw 4v, r; ,r nrvv "T, """ J THE WASHINGTON OBTTIO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAT S, 1885, 3 ., "T it 1,1 ' s V W THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, Published Sally (Bundays Excepted) SEhe Evening OxlHo Publishing Company, Oil BTIIKET. POST DTJILDINO, Wuhlnnton.D.O, TKRJISl . BINOLK COPY .1 0KNT8 Sv OAJtltlKR I OKNTrJ 31V MAiiili'Mwenraiunc icar ji.bu JU y MAIIj roalaxs Paid) Blx Months a. SO Kail Bnbscrlptlona Invariably In Advance, Address, The Wabhinoton Critic, Washington, 1). 0. .MUcrtrfalthcroitoflce in JTwMitfflon a$ ttcotuU rlim mailer, Friday, May 8, 1885. W ..I . I. I ! AMUSEMENTS TO-NWUT. Tord'a "Fra Dlavolo." HcrroR's Mnseura--Mlnatreli. 7 hcatreComlqne Burlesque and variety. , -Dime Muscum--"Joihua vVbltcomb." . i Dlornln of tlio Turf. Wo nro nil, m,ofo or leu, Ramblers. XKo Itsolf Is a spoculatlvo thing, for It) winnings tlopond on tlio calculating sbrcwtlncss of its ownor, and Ills cbnncos of SUCC033 aro ponorally smallor than thoso of tlio fostlvo kono-playor. That xnuch-nluscd oys...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 May 1885

t, , -n- r -jjyrriiT 'fnirf,'f''WMJIS ' -mmmpilr iTrz.JS. u ir; -'" ' '" w -, THE WASHINGTON OKITIO, FPJDAY EVENING, MAY S, 1885. h" THE POLICBMBN'S WOHKi Itcpnrt or tho Dcitrtrttnotit for tho I.nst eliinrlcr. Tho quarterly report of tho Tollco Do )iartinoutor tho quarter cndlnR March HI contains somo Interesting statistics) an! makes a good showing for tho force Tho question of tho amount of proporty stoloi hero during inaugaratlon wook is shown to ho much loss than tho estimates published. Tho estimated valuoofall tho money nnd property stolen in all tho precincts daring tho quarter Is $18,307.09. Tho amount recov cred wbb $3,55 1.05. By roforonco to tho ro, ports of tho two previous quarters tho in nnguratlon quartor shows an Incrcaso of of about $8,000, which amount can bo safoly estimated as tho extra stealing on account of the Inauguration. Tho total riumbcr of Arrests was 1,031, of whom 507 woro females. Soma of tho of crises woro, assault, till; assault to kill, 15; carrying...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 May 1885

J?- tfiiSSi-- ". .U(t,ie..-U.- Wl'4iiJ lillll.MI'tWifmfaU.l"'1' '"T' -&mnVim'"llnn"M ' V fc THK WASHINGTON ORITI0, FRIDAY ..EYENINO, MAY .8, 1885. S"' i .--, lsr w- rS- I w FIBST 3.K2C-IDO"V7Isr ON -tW3ait 3twii I$fe8 AT THE Boston Dry Goods House. When Reductions are to ho Made Wo Propose to bo tho First to Make thorn. WE ARE ' HEADQUARTERS " KOR White Goods & Embroidered Robes Wlillc Dresses will be worn the coming season to the exclusion of all others, and ve propose to supply the demand. Each robe Is accompanied with a fashion plate, showing the most appropriate style In which to make the suit, and contains VI YARDS -lOINOn riiMK MATKlttAI,, "IV. " NARROW EMUROIDKltY, I'j ' WIDE EMBROIDERY. Customers will understand that these reductions are made from prices whloti were as low, If not lower, than elsewhere. Number. 7i!010 71i0.'il 7UOU . 7.'!! 7IH77 71H7I 71I7(S 71l7!i 7UIM-1 71 IKK! 711)71 711UH 72015 rtrmpri'rlco. it educed Price 'umbrr. I'ormor Pilce. Roducsd ril-: 4 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 May 1885

-W Kr-Tv- 4 Mi -(, . 17TH YKA:H NO. 5,22(. WASHINGTON, D. O., SATURDAY WVKBNNU, MAY !), 1.885. 1 Ml ICE TWO CENTS w m 1 Tri? WASHINGTON Obitic. h -t , h GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL IN AND ABOUT TUB DEPABTMBNTS. An Off Day nttho Whlto Houbo Many Cullers, But Pow Admitted-Appointment of a S-cond Deputy Pension C omra'eslonor Minor nnd Porsonal. Tlio President wade tlio following ap pointments to-day: Ikwih 0, HAim.nrr of Illnghatuton, N Y , to Ijo Second Deputy Commissioner cf Pensions, vlco Noah P. Tjovcrldge. Aktiii n Hishbi.i. of Nojv York to bo collector of customs for Ilufl'iilo. Arm 6T 51. Kntx of Indiana to bo stir vovor of customs at Indianapolis. Hamitton C. Jojm, to bo District At torney for tho Wostorn District or Nortli Caiollua. Tiir. ftTONWiirrnnf' roi'XHRi.. Colonel Jnckeon of tills city has bcon om ploycd by tlio Stonccutlors' lTnloii to rep tcEcnt tbcm In tlio Investigation of Archi tect Clark. rin: 'MiTii corr.T or isurinv. Vpon tlio convening of tlio ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 May 1885

M lyi1 i-Wf g w ry "if-- ) r ft'""1!'1" t-ttf V"wMM"TfHjM- "tr THE WASHINGTON OT1TTTO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1885. -8 fo 1 I ' i ..X k i if i bf w !T K THE WASHINGTON CRITIC. Published Dally (8ancy Excepted) BY Hhe Evening Oritlo Publishing Company, Oil I) STREET, 1'OST DUILD1NO, Washington, O, V. tfilNOLE COPY '. ', ' CENTS 3i Y maii.(I'oimco IMM) One Year Il.no BY MAIL Fostnue Paid) Six Months a.BO Mall subicrlpllons InvnrUbly In Advance! AddrCMi The Washington Critic, Washington, D. 0. - -- rli-u mailer, Saturday, May 9, 1885. AJIUSKMENTB TO-NIGHT. AlbMigh'B Chornl Society Concert. l'ord'B "Boliomlnn Girl." llerzog's Mnicuni-.Mlnstrels. T liculte Comlqno Burlesque and variety. Dime Mnscura--"Ten Nights In n llnr-Ilooui.'1 Titsw I'nrrN mill New I'rleiulH. One great advantage, accruing to Wash ington from ri clinngo of Administration consists In tbo number or now peoplo whom It lias brought to tho National Capital, many of them for tho first tlruo in their Hvm. During tho Inst t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 May 1885

i iMfw"iPW M 'W&grffffi v 'wn,Ft'.jirTipw ? $ftp ' THE 'WASHINGTON OKITIO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY !), 1885. H V J. '.( W .. v ,i ' rN 4 A ik. HIS PEVENGE. A rlNCiuilotl I.ovor Clirtrscil Wltlt UnvluK I'olnouctl n l''iiinlly, William Kos3, u cororcil man, was arrostcil by Oillcor Sliolian last nlglit, clinrgod by Alfred Jackson, colorod, with havltiR poisoned Ills family. Jacksou stated that Itoss bad beon bestowing Ills affections on hla slstor Martha for somo tlmo past. Hocoutly bis father, John Jackson, residing on M street, between Second and Third streets southwest, for n good cm so ordcicd Itoss to Icavo his liouso and novor again ontor It. Itoss becamo very nogry and throatonod to havo vengeance on tlio old man. Not much attention was j?lvon his throats, nnd K033, who lived in tho neighborhood, in passing tho liouso would stop nnd convorso with Jackson nnd urgo n rccouclllatlon. Ross' picas had little offect on tho old man, who was very staunch and would not yield. Itoss, i...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 May 1885

i . . z3Tlm!u .uf4tifM THE WASHINGTON OBITIO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1885. ij-.. ZPHEST DCA.2C-IDO'Wr"Isr ON Wfcit Saws 3Efos AT Boston Dry Goods House. When Reductions aro to bo Mario Wo Propose to bo tbo First to Mako thorn. WE ARE I" HEADQUARTERS " KOR White Goods & Embroidered Robes Wlille Dresses will be worn lhc comlntj season to the exclusion or all others, and vd propose to supply the demand. Each rolic Is accompanied with a fashion plate, showing Ilia most appropriate style in which to make the suit, and contains VI YARDS) 'lOlNOn PLAIN MATEIUAL, "1't, " NAUUOW nMllllOIUEUV, V, " WIDE EM1WOIDE11Y. Customers will understand that these reductions are made from prices which were as low, If not lower, than elsewhere. Number, rormerl'ri 721110 UTO 7VIK1I) fi 0(1 71MI 1 1 f (1(1 7.132(1 r 00 71077 5 (Ml 7JH7I r no 71HTH n r.o 7i!)7.i (i ro 7an it ono 71H2'2 II SO 71071 7 0(1 7101(1 7 no 7201.1 7 (.0 iced Price Number. fl 0(1 71072 I 0(1 71000 -i r.o 7(iioo d flO 71021 I fid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 11 May 1885

jr C TWTf ;vw uc rrt-- a.t,,J, -ZT" TiVWi -'-- 'tV ty T'JMf ''"''" W 1" '""- i ilTIC 9 6. k: k.;fki 17TH YIOAK NO. 5,227. WASHING TON, D. O., MONDAY UVjWIjNW, MAY 11, 1885. VUICE TWO OENT-S f" 'Kg Tsf ,i'K?M3i jp ?jJ" - r - al?il,,?wfl!r, ' " r,r b-wt' The Oi VVASHINGTON ,1' '.' ? to -) r' ; .w H ft GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL IN AND ADOUT THE DEPARTMENTS. Resignation cf Chiof Jiunos or tho Customs DlvlHlon-Tlio Now Fourth Auditor Commissions 81ijiiod Tho Freeldont'B Oiliors Mr. Gravos' Successor us Assistant Treasurer. 'J'Jio President to-day appointed tho fol io ltg postmasters: Mnmlip l.ltcli. Mahouoy Cltv, Pa; John Ik, Btistiil, Tciiii.: Mary II. Ildwaids, Clowland, Tonn.: II. (' Moore Broadhcad. Wis.; Mn. . A. Hastings. Tort Gibson, Mhr.tmiri J. L. Monde. Hn.lohursr. Miss. The postmaster at Broadhcad, Wis., was nprointcd to succeed II.J W. Hcebo, who was tuspended for rnuac, having boon nog llgonl mid careless In his accounts. Tho In tpcetois havo tlmo nnd again ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 11 May 1885

r f 1 mnt rr- , 7 -- 7 V?' UTTpTrtfA T "VT'W,?!rC,""" v' '"'n,n.m'J1ni5rr "WfrJWpJ;7TptJ T ' i Tf5rf?tK 5ja fif-"' ""v fT- ("Twa1 V THE WASHINGTON CRITIC!, MONDAY BVENJNG, MAY 11, 1885. r & It l u THE WASHINGTON CRITIC. rnbllstaod Dally (Sundays Excepted) BY IThe Evening Gritlo Publishing Company, J " .T.. JlXLLKT KILIlOUIir?, iTCTiueni, -W 8COTT TOWKIW Treasurer. 'niClIAJUI II. HYLVJHTKU, Editor. Oil P BTBEET. POST BUILDING, WiujbloRtoa.D, 0, TKItMSl 4IN0LK COPV GENTS 5 v Via it m Kit.. as UKNTd jir MAIL (Postage raid) One A' far tl.tJO i; V MAIL FoaMce raid) Six Months a. 50 Hull Subscription Invariably In Advance, Address, The Washington Critic. Washington, D. O. Monday, May 11, 1885. AMUSEMENTS TO-NIGHT. Albangh's "Frliice Mcthtualem." Ford's "The Mascot." llerrog's MDseiim-"Ujiiccn's Evidence." Theatre ComlqiieIluilcmiue und variety. Dime MucnmLcoD7o Brothers. Tlio JoiiriiitllNt Tutor. Wlicn tho Professor In tlio comply of "School" la inouthlngly roferrcil lo ao "tbo toolor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 11 May 1885

ifisfpo iW!' i r v m(-itjmtSfwmmtoiwrwfi(fm-fic-a THE WASHINGTON CKITIC, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1885. i S ' K a hV l t THB HEW CATHOLIC UNIVERSITV. An Kttnrntlmiut IuHlltiillnn or High Oniric to bo IlxCnlrllfilicil IIro. It was announced in tho Catholic entireties yesterday that this city had hcon (elected as tlio place In which to build tho now Catholics unlveislty. This decision was reached by tho Catholic bishops who met in Iialtlmoio last wcok, Tho origin of thocollcgo rests with a wealthy lady, SIlss M. O. Cildwoll or Now York. Sho iravo JllOO.OflO for tho establishment of a National Catholic unlvorslty. That amount has Lccn materially added to by other tlonn tlons. A slto has bcon purchased for tho colloeo. It is what Is known asthoMiddlotonostato, and is located at tho head of Lincoln avonuo and adjoining tho Soldlora' Homo mid com priics sixty nctos. Tho university will bo of a higher standard than any yot attomptod by a ro Hglous denomination. It comprises a school of divi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 11 May 1885

vtr "1 ti--w4 - jpwirwiin1 'a-fPK" n-iiyn .i.tBWjft.., .. .Trg-.i,. t" t'-'t.- "3iM'w'P I' THE WASHINGTON CEITIC, MONDAY EVENIN(f, MAY II, 1885. h L l V w U FIRST TO MAKE THEM WJioa Reductions In view ol the Cold, Unseasonable the Weallier, we shall from this day forward make In every department on laiM Befluctions in Spring laps. We have admit 30 to 40 Sprhifl Wraps that must be sold this month, ant! havo concluded to make a Grand $5 (trim of AM 20 to 25 Jew Spring Wraps, Which we have heen selling at $10, $12.50, $13.50 and $15 each, at the uniform price of S5.00 lE-A-CIKC. This is dcoidedly the opportunity of a season to oocure a Spring Wrap if not wanted for seasons to come. test Price let McM on Jerseys. 10 dozen Flno All-wool Stockinette Jerseys, uprlnlit collar, fan Buck, perfect shape and nicely finished, colors: black, navy hluo and seal brown, well worth $1.50, ONLY $1.25 EACH, MeuReictifliisinFrencliSlioodaPlaiuS 15-picces 42-Inch All-wool Fancy Plaids, in a beautiful com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 12 May 1885

rivTCTTTTil M n-. -' T JJRr"WrW ',"?" ,iya- " -" ' '".! .' . . ,r ., - f-.-. , -.. . TTTT? Critic 17TI.L YUAIi 2STO- 5,228. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY EVEKTBTO, MAY 12, 1885. PJUCU TWO CENTS "' fVifff(0FiV WASHINGTON y GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. OFFICIAL. AND UNOFFICIAL. IN AND ABOUT THE DEPARTMENTS. . Tho Proeldont's Cttllors To-day Soc retttry Endlcott Gone Wont Tho Now Tlnm Bull Complotlnrr the Treas ury Count Tho WolesCourt-Mnrttal 'J'lio President to-dny innilu tho following additional appointments : Jot.I'H 31. Foe, Appraiser of 3Iorchnn disc, District of Cuyabagi, Ohio. JvMFHCi'iimnn, Supervising Inspector of Etcum Ycssels for tho Third District. To bo Collcctoisof lutcrnal Revonuu : GeoisokL. Si'EArt, for District of Ver mont. Cir.vm.r.9 B.IIasiiuook, Sixth District of Mlfsourt. Lumcnd A Rhii.kk for tho Twouty thlrd District of Pennsylvania. EmvAitii C. Wau. for Flist District of Wisconsin. llrnn KiNNAr.n for Fifth District or New Jcrsoy. Postmasters: Samuel A. Ashe at Raleigh, N. C,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 12 May 1885

teVm.t '4NrMlMlwUWM1h H ffymtHmmawv, w?V-r- mfjt.fm, wijnjiw j 4 o THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, MAT 3 2, 3 88S. A '- ! ii r Iff S ' I THE WASHINGTON CKITIC. rubllshed Dally (Bnnfisys Excepted) Iho Evenki? Oritio Publishing Oompanj, 3IALLET KILBOURN. President. IV. fcCOTT TOWERS Treasurer. JtlOIIABD It. BYLVKSTEH, Editor. Oil 11 STREET, TOST BUILDING, ' Washington, D,U TKIiMRi . INiir.TC COPY OKNTfl 34Y HAJlltlKIl. ... .." ... J OKNTO j!v MAlL(l'o.we raid) One Year. 1.no XIV MAILrostago Paid) Biz Months a.DO Mall Subscriptions Invariably In Advance, . Address, TnE Washington Ckitic, Wellington, P. 0. Tuosday, May 12, 188B. AMUSEMENTS TO-NIGHT. AlbnoRli'n "rrluco Methusalem." Ford's "Tho Mascot." JIcrroE's Museum "Queen's Evidence." Ihcatre Co mlque Burlesque ami variety. Dime Mnscum--Lconr.o Urotlirra. ' Kxcnrilon to the Ciipllnf. Thcro aro no mora delightful mouths In any city on tlio iacooftho earth, than tho months of May unci Juno In Washington ; and September and Octo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 12 May 1885

1fj,,rv;J3 "iWWwTi.f WftpfM w 'Bt'.','5,JfWirr"vr r r"FM-;irf-"ws'''''5rstJp$T-' Trft" ' THE WASHINGTON OHITIO, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1885. 'old moKonvB" will. Copy or tlio Imporfnut noonmont Admitted to t'rolmto. A cortlllcu copy of tho will of ox-President Anurow Jackson, which was fllod somo ttmo Ago, has been admitted to pro Imto In this city, Tho object of probating tho will horo Is said to bo tho Initiatory stop to proceedings to rccovor somo valua ble nnd historical papers of Mr. Jackson, from which to writo n history of his llfo. TJio papcra woro loft for this purpo30 tl Francis 1 Illatr, and ho loft them to Mont gomery Illair. Tho latter Intended writing tho history, but died beforo doing so. His ton, Woodbury Blair, is tho present custo dian of thorn. Tho person instituting tho proceedings is tho son of Androw Jackson, jr., tho adopted son of tho oz-I'rosldont. Tho will shows that tho testator when ho died had only a limited supply of tbU world's goods, but an inexhaust...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 12 May 1885

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1881 tr f x V,' u PIEST TO MAKE THEM . When Reductions Are to be Made, In view ol the Cold. Unseasonable the Weather, we shall from this day forward make In every department on almost every class of goods. Marked Mirations i Spring I rans Wo have about 30 to 40 Spring Wraps that must be sold this month, anil have concluded to make a M $5 DMi of Akoul 20 to 25 fc Ejrtoj Wraps, Which we have been selllnrj at $10, $12.50, SI3.50 mill $15 each, at the uniform prlco or $5.00 EACH. This Is decidedly the opportunity of a season to secure a Spring Wrap if not wanted for seasons to come. Loiest Price let McM on Jerseys. 10 dozen Fine All-wool Stockinette Jerseys, upright collar, Tan back, perfect shape and nicely finished, colors: black, navy blue and seal brown, well worth $1.50, ONLY $1.25 EACH, Marked Reductions lnFrencliioodaPlaifls 15-pieces 42-Inch All-wool Fancy Plaids, in a beautiful combination of colors (no two alike in Spring effects...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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