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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 28 March 1882

'ftfrrafir'' the evening otitic, wAsirorGTON, d. c, Tuesday, majkott 2s, 1882. THE EVENING (JUITIO. KSTAnLtBHKD AUGUST. ISM. . LACONIC LOCALS. Tun police rondo ttvcnty-elnlit nrrests during tlio tvtent) -tour hours ending nt I) n m. WhfueIs Riildo Joint Henry Murphy? AYhero nro tho other boys who mod to stcor ngln' rural travelers? The fcstUo Capitol ruMo recolvorf i hack Bet in tlio Criminal Court yesterday by tho conviction of Loary, tho monto nmn. The hearing in tlio caso of Kordoll nRtlnst tho ArtMclal Btono Comnny 1ms boon post lonod by Judgo Snelt until to morrow weok, A mix has boon filed In equity by Ktlph riumbnRintJohn llnllpy and others to qutot tuo lltlo to parts of lots 17 ana 18, Bijunro ail. TiiKJury In JikIro Wyllo'a court to day noqutted Samuel Llncolnof tho chnriteot liar. Ibc stolen a coat from Charles Kinsley on tho 10th of February last. O, W. Cnori.KV lias complained of tho condition of trees on Ttitrty-Urst street, be twoon M and N streota northwest, and asked...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 29 March 1882

t ... ..,. ,. , ...... p... ,T . . .. - t !OTtH'$ 1 The Evening Critic. SPENTS ENTS WASHINGTON, D. a, WEDNESDAY, MA11CII 21), 1882. ETUMBEIt d,186. FOURTEENTH YEAR. t p 1 TAYLOE & HTOTY, 933 Ponna. Avo. Are now receiving a remarkably chotco stock of CHILDREN'S UITS, Latest Novelties for Children from 2 to 14 years of age. FLANNEL SUITS, TP.IMMED IN COLOWt AND TASTErULLY 1IAUE. SAILOR SUITS, VKIIV JAUNTY AND OTlACErUL IN AP- PRETTY WHITE DRESSES FOB LITTLE CHILDREN. EXQUISITE DBES9E9 Of Embroidery and Muslin. FJLiJi.TUT SLIPS FOB MOBNING WEAll. Misses Cloaks and Sacquas, Very Attractive and In the Newest Styles. Ladles' Raglans & Silk Wraps A New Stock of the most elegant White Drews ever shown In this market will be opened In a lew dajs. TAYLOR & HUPTY. SPECIAL NOTICES. JOHN O. COLLINS, PROFJ5S30B OP H-irinir and 1'livsicat Cullura. vv 111 give lessons at his residence, new Second street n. jv. I take pleasure In stating that Prof. . ohn C. Collins has given my son, Leon...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 29 March 1882

Ti(JifWl.""WlHK" ""! 'y"!WtW' 'fPTpnr-""T,,flpHj wl THE EVENTSTG CRITIC, WASITOTOTOj, T. C, WEDNESDAY, MAKOII 29, 1882. "V-ls-Wls w - THE EVENING CRITIC. Published Daily (Snnilays Excepted) TtY TUB BvonlngCrltto PubllshlnirCompany Ml NINTH 8TKEET HOnTrfAVKST, WAsnisoTov, D.O. TERM St BINOI.R COPT a CKNT8 BY CARRIF H, per Month -3- CB.N fS nYMAIMVoeUureValdiOneYe-u- .- ?" BV MAII.UVltnifP Pnld)Mx Montliv. ...... . MallBnbscrlptlon Invariably In Advauce. KVKN1NO CntTIC rimM-OtlSO COltrANY, VAHtflTV, I). O. Entered t the I'est Office In Washington as sec ts ndctjut matter Wednesday, March 29, 1832. Tub members of tho llouso complain that they arc overloaded with prl v.ito bills and prevented from attending to publlo pood by their pressure, and yet yoitonlay they refused to take, up a bill, tho rosnlt of tho conferences, of four committor, which -would rid thorn of all private claims. Sexatoh Butler, of South Cjrollna, is in a stato of mental bewilderment bce-iuse a Cabinet officer has ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 29 March 1882

vmm-w" - -v VrfyrwHHmwsFkUg-.' n-v.y 'tJTT? THE E VEXING CRITIC, WASHINGTON-, B. C, WEDNESDAY, MAKOtT 20, 1882. I I. THE EVENING 01UT10. ESTABLISHED AtJOUST, 180. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tho special bulletin Issued from tlio Signal Offleo today says i rartlyclouily nnd slightly warmer woruher 1 Indicated for tho districts on tho Atlnntto const during Thursday, with light rains In Now York nnd Now England. Slightly colder nnd clearing wenthor la lndl. cntcd for tho upper lako region and North west on Thursday. PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. IliEKE Stemienson, Infant, by lior next friend Ambrose II. Rtophenson, has fllodablll In equity against 'William T. rord, and all other hrii a of John A. l'ord, deceased, asklnR that ft TocotTer bo appolntod to tako chargo of part of let 7. square U25, and that salo of tho samo bo decreed. In tho Pollco Court to-day a enso wa, called of James llaydou, threats nRalnst Sam uel T. Luckctt. Ilnyden's attorney stalod that tho defendant was tinablo Ui appear, owing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 29 March 1882

memmmmmmmmmmB "WtqBPW pimtiimivtipy '" the evekestg- okitic, WAsnmeTON, d. a, wedistesday, mahoh 29, 1882. I w V THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST ISOH. LACONIC LOCALS. Yellow ciAitTEni aro tlio latest rcsthotlc craze. A Nt'MiiEn of petit robberies wcro porpo trntcd Inst night. VKF.imorF, niO Seventh street, lias a largu IIdo ot Castor cards. Tun pollco mado tlilrty-ono arrests diir Ins tho twonty-four hours ending at f a. m. General Brady will my flvo dollars toward and "no questions nskod" for that cat. Maiuon Duckett, F.iq., of Maryland, vms to-day by the Court In llano admitted to tho Bar ot this District. Foun cases of unlicensed liquor dealing wcro called In tho rollco Court to-day, ono dismissed and throo continued. Mit. LATiinor, who drew tho $000 Stlo T piano nt tholato fair, will pell that Instru ment for ."00 cosh. Call at 333 M street northwest. Frederick Tiiomar, a colored man, will Beck protection from tho coming April show, crsundor General Crocker's hospitable r...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 30 March 1882

s! 'WfHgK &' TB -TBTr) sj,wj- - The Evening Oritig. SCENTS vPENTSy TOUBTEENTH YEAR. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MAltCIl 30, 1882. NUMJ3E11 -1,188. rmumr m i iawmwiimrliyn.wt.Tiwtiit' - TAYLOE & HUETY, 933 Ponna. Avo. Ate now receiving a remarkably choice stock of Children's uifs, Latest Novelties for Children horn 2 to II yean of age. FLANNEL SUITS, TRIMMED IN COLORS AND TAWnrBlW MADE. SAILOR STXITS, VERY JAUNTY AND ORAcnrUL IN AP PEARANCE. PRETTY WHITE DRESSES rOll LTTTLK CHILDREN. E3CQTJISITB DRESSES Of Embroidery and Muslin. PLAI3ST SLIPS roll MORNING WEAR. Misses Oloaks and Sacques, Very Attractive and In tho Newest Styles, Ladles' Raglans & Silk Wraps A New Stock of the most elegant White Dresses ever shown In this market will be opened In a lew days. TAYLOR & HUFTY. SPECIAL NOTICES. ..RECEPTION TO, DR. DBALE, PBE nlillntr TClriAi nf Washington District. w 111 be given at Foundry Church lit 8 n. m., Fri day, ajsi Inst. All of the Doctor's friends are cor dlally ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 30 March 1882

tiie evenen-q- cranio, washtst&to:n, t. a, Thursday, majroii 30, 1882. V r mVLStt-lA. THE EVENING 0R1T10. Published Daily (Snndays Exceplod) BY THR EvonlngCrltlo PubllshlnnCompany an ninth sTnnrrr northwest, WASHINGTON, D. C TERMS I B1NOLK tX)rY ,..... a CENTS BY CAMUKll, per Month..... -..J U?T? BY MAILlt'ostsgeralctlOno Yesr ..Jl.no BY MAII.h'oalaiirl'ftliOHIxMonlhs.. ... .W Mill Subscription Invariably in Advance. KVKNINO CIIITIO PUBLISHING COMPANY, Wasiiixotov, D.U , Entered at the rt Office In Washington at sec ond class matter. Thursday I" "March 30. 1882. Tun widows of tlirco ileail Presidents, Tolk, Tyler anil Garfield, liavo been pen sioned at tho rato of $5,000 per annum. The JVmi prints tlio namo of President Tyler's widow " Taylor." That Is worso than " grow " for " proves " In an army bulletin. Eighteen dollars Is tho price for horso whipping an editor In tho Provlncoof Quo bee. Tho necessaries of Hfo aro very costly In somo plnccs. Another roan named "Hayes" has ca...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 30 March 1882

l-ygStS'jr"' &m?li':itii,jpz&z? THE EVEREST CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D.' C, THURSDAY, MAKCTI 30, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED ATjgPBT. 10. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tho special bulletin issued from tho Signal Offico to-day says i Tho indlrmlons are that MlRhtly coMor, fair weather will riroTMl In Now England, tho Mid dle States ana ljwor lake region during Fri day, PERTINENT PAlUOttAPHS. Veeiuioff, 010 SovotitU street, has a large lino ol Easter cards. That cat lias not yet been found, and General Brady increases tho roward to f 0. N. Ij. ANCEnsoK received a pormlt to day to build n brick dwelling at Blxteonth and K streets to cost about J:15,000. EonKKT IIUNTr.n will spend tho stormy month of April In Oonoral Crocker's fashion able resort. Ilobcrt beat his wlfo and stamped on ber. There -will bo a called meeting of Union war prisoners in tho Marshal's room, city Hall, at 7 p. m. sharp, on Friday, March 31, upon cnllof Major L. l'. Williams. JAcon K, Kenola et nl. have petiti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 30 March 1882

SSySsS "'W TWi3T TIIE EVENING OEIT10, WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MAftCTI 30, 1882. n r.'i THE EVENING CRITIC E8TA RUSHED AUCIttST 10. " LACOHlfl LOCALS. WORKMEN nro cnRHK0.il In roollng on tho new wlnR or tho Clt7 Hull. Tim pollco mado thirty-four arrests ilur lug tho twenty-tour hours ending nt I) n. m.. Lotus JACKSON paid flvo dollars to day tor tho lirlvlloRO of pounding Llzilo Thomas. HENRY C. Mat was convicted to-day In tho Criminal Court ol being mi unllconsod commercial ngent. Kobfrt Hunier, A colored man, was eont to Jail for thirty clays for carrying a pistol cpneealoa In hl clothing. OwlNO td delay In making oat the nay. rolls, tho iiubllo school touchers will not re ceive their salaries on Saturday. Mr. TjAthrop. who drow tho $.000 Stlen" piano nt tho lato fair, will celt that lnstrumotU for J5O0 09h. Call at 133 SI street north west. Winnie and Rerecov Williams, tho colored children abandoned by tholr mother several days ngo, wero Bent to tho orphan asylum, at 1'ourtee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 31 March 1882

-vl T- The Evening Critic. FOURTEENTH YEAB. WASHINGTON, D. Q, F1UDAY, MA11CII 31, 1882. NTJMBEB4:,18y. iplK'i'iiiwipwiHifPwJ'wi'i' KMmnfuwMy.1 "lai'JjfyBip' VENTJ TATLOE & IDTTY, 033 Ponna. Avo. Ate now receiving a remarkably choice stock of Children's funs, Latest Novelties for Children from 2 to 14 years of age. FLANNEL SUITS, TRIMMED IN COLORS AND TASTEFULLY MADE. SAILOR S-CJITS, VERY JAUNTY AND GRACEFUL IN AP PKAMAKCU. PRETTY WHITE DRESSES TOn LITTLE CHILDREN. E3CQTTISITB DBESSES Of Embroidery and Muslin. DPIiA.I3ST SLIPS FOIl MORNINQ WEAR. Misses Oloaks and Sacques, Very Attractive and tn the Newest Styles. Ladies' Raglans & Silk Wraps A New Stock of tho most elegant While Dresses over shown In this market w 111 be opened In n lew days. TAYLOR & HUPTY. SPECIAL NOTICES. -,THE BLUB ANOBOB.-Tnn D. O. AUX mm) Mary Women's National Relief Associ ation will give a Donation Reception, promenade Concert and Dance tor the benefit ol tho Buffer era by the Mississippi flood, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 31 March 1882

tiMmmf?m&wr miw$?-- TIIE EVENING C1TITIG, VAS1HNOTON, 1). 0., FKJLDAY, MAJtOH 31, 1882. i f & K tit ft THE EVENING CRITIC. Published Dally (Sundays Excepted) BT THH HvonlngCrltlo PubllshlnaCompany Bll NINTH 8THEKT NOIITKWKHT, Wabiunhtom, D. C. TERMS I 8INOLT5 COPY.-................... GTCNTS BY OAllllIKIl, per Month 33 UKNTS BY MAIL (Postage TaMlllne Year ,. ....I HO or MAiia'otBi!(ri(i)hii Months. i as Mall Subscription Invariably lu Advance. XVKNINQ dtlTIO rUnUaltlNO COMPANY, WA.mvnTOVi I'. O. Kntered at the Pest Office In Washington at sec ond class matter. Friday, March 31, 1882. The country breathes easier. Wo nro to liave 1)0,000 copies of the census reports In stead of only 55,000. Junk dealers aro rejoicing. t Mb. Uewiit wants to reach "the era of free trade.'' He can find ono end of It In England, wlicro men work for "nothing and board themselves." Mn. Hewitt Is ablo to rlso above tho opinion of his fathcr-lu-low, Peter Cooper. Tho effort, however, exhausts him, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 31 March 1882

"j&tu'iwpikmpM m i i i.ynnam.inw "' m 'mqipTCy T" i JW'i'pww vM THE EVENING CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, MARCII 31, 1882. i"wj!fpii '0m V' r J ' rr i THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED APQP8T. 10. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tbo apcclal bulletin lesuoil from tho Signal Omco to-day jars i The ind'cntlons nro that slightly warmor nnd partly cloudy wonlber f 111 prevail In Now England and the Middle States on Saturday. THE DEATH OF Mil. KER. Action of llio WntiliiRton Block i:x. c limine. At the, mooting of tho Washington Stock Ei change, in announcing tho death ot Mr. Jacob W. Kor, tho prosldont of tho Board, Mr. O. II. B. White, mado tho following remarks i " Gentlemen, It becomes my painful duty to Announco tho sad nnd untimely doatli ot our treasurer, Mr. Jacob W. Kcr, which occurred Wednesday at his rcstdonco In this city. Mr. Kcr wbb one of tho original mombors ot this Exchange, and although unable to bo in regu lar attendanco upon its dally meetings, manifested a lively interest ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 31 March 1882

THE EVENED OBIOO, WASHINGTON, JD. C. FRIDAY, MAKOH 31, 1882., 'i f THE EVENING CRITIC. BVTAIIUBIIKD AUOPST ISO. LACONIC, LOCALS. Tim pollco mnuo thlrty-olfiht arrests dur ing tho twenty four hours ending ntnn m. Maiiy 81MMS violated tlio va(?r.int laws and line gono to JolnGonornl Crocker's gang. I'nANK LINE llidulijod In tlio wicked ynstlmo of playing ball, and was flnotl $1 by lid ao Snell lo-day. The President lins appointed O. P. O. ClArko n n trtiBtoo of tho ltcform School of tho District ot Columbia. A HKcr.rTioir will bo tendered to-night nt Foundry Churcli to Dr. Doale, rroslding Elder ot Washington District. Tun coimiel for the plaintiff lias dis missed tho suit brought by Mr. N. W. Burchell ngal list tho Federal lire InsurnncoCommtttoo. Ja Mi'.s Lke carried yo deadly and dan gerous plfltol nbnut his person, and has sought the shelter ot Ooncr.il Crockors hospitable roof. The case, of Christiana Taylor, against whom two Indictments havo boon found for tho murder of tho Flsh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 1 April 1882

The Evening Critic 2 nCENTS FOURTEENTH YE AH. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, A PULL 1, 1882. NUMBER l,l!)0. r (fi) I1. IV A GAIN It COMES This Time M 1th the Only 22 TRAINED And World (lathered Wealth or Wonder, the GREAT FOREPAM SHOW, . Universally admitted the x ery hssl,most original, Novel, Costly, Ornnd, Gorgeous, ITiTLAIttlEST INTJli: WORLD.-(T9. With cxervthlng entirely new for lids season, comes dii ectly from Its n.l w I liter-quarters Inll-eCitvof Philadelphia, tilth Its own lOUlt HRHA'l RAILWAY TRAINS And comniencrslts 18tli consecutlt e annual tojr or America, an In the past, by exhibiting at WASHINGTON THREE DAYS, APRIL OTlt. "Tit ANll STir. THURSDAY, rillDAY ANll SATURDAY. AFTERNOON AND EVENINGS, Ou the Old follow Giouud, COR. NINTH AND S STREETS. lAiiuv veah he, every face, i.Vf.ry- THINU NEW FOR Tilts HEA-SUN! Nfcter "Combines " but during tlie past genera. Hon hasAlib01iriKD2ll 0 Itl.il' SHOVt'M, lu America and Europe, but Mill, under the same owLershlp and management,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 1 April 1882

THE EVENING OHITIO, "WASHINGTON, 1. C ,SATU RDAY, AP1UL 1, 1882. THE EVENING C11ITIC. Published Dally (Sundays Excepted) by Tim EvenlngCrltloPubllslilnRCnrn party Ml NINTH STRUCT NOHTHWL.ST, WaSItlNHTON, II. 0. TERMS: H1NOI.R COrY ....... .......... . a CKVTH BY CAUlUkU, per Month 1 UBNTH J1Y llAII.lVH.Uel'ail)Oner . BY MAIi.il'ostaccPsldislx Month.. $. Midi Subscription InvarlAblylu Advance. Annul" ... KVENINO CnlTICrUIII.IHltlNn COMPANY, WAnlwoTw, I. O. Knterr-dal the Test Olllce In Washington sec ond class matter. Saturday, April 1, 1882. V.XT.X llio 71 rf(i(7 Altitun) liegliu Iosco llfilit on llio cm iiiicitlon. That's rlgM, Mr. Mil, of Xow Jcrfy S rtiliico letter potajto to two cent. If yon can. 1'i.kaib lmrry up Hint opinion, Mr. At torney. Ociicrai Hrr.wstcr, a to tlio eight liour law. Should you need tho itsslstimco of tho engineer of Tin: Critic's clock ho Isnt your service. Mn. HoAn only got $-JJO,000 to educate lit wild Indian clillilion. HI manly hoirt Meeds for tlioo po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 1 April 1882

THE TCVENIXG OIUTIC, WASHINGTON, X. C, SATURDAY, AP1ML 1, 1S82. THE EVENING CRITIC. -ESTABLISHED AUGUST Ifl. WEATHEK INDICATIONS. Tlio wcelnl bulletin Iwicit from tho Signal Ofllrn VHlny fuiy4i llMn Jt lnillcnlfld for Now r.npmml, tho Inlto iprIoii ami tlio Middle Atlantlo Male tor San day. u ALL FOOLS' DAY. The .InlcrnTlint nrc lr)elrntcl on I lie IfiiMiMtcrtliicr Mint fools Iheso moitnl be," vrroto Avon's bnil moio limn fi century ngo. TIma hanot chnngod thovenllct orShnVspoaro, ami wcto ho to visit tho earth to-Uay life opinion would remain tlio panic. Tho fool ot to-day Is tho ono who counterfeits folly, nml not tho (indent ictalnor kept for tlio purpose ot making Aport. Uiotscd fantastically with cap and hclK Not he, Indeed. This day, known as All Tools' Day throughout iho Christian woild, Is hold as being tho ono day net apart when It bocomos a aort of religion duty to play tho fool. Tho mchlnhlfs him from his bod nnd sings outt Miy mother, look at tho dog In tho yardl" lllsin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 1 April 1882

THE EVEXnSTG 0"RTTTC WASITrNGTON , D. CM SATUItDAY, API. IX 1, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST, I HON, LACONIC LOCALS. IiMVRKNC'K Cr.AUK wnj filled"! i tho Tlte Cuut t toOny for wtwlng r i nn rater, JUr.GT.rts attempted to forrfl an en franco tnlhchntifto M Mr. Co 11 on, Nn. 170 MOwuirl mcnuc, lnet night, but wero frightened ofr. Aumuii Smith, n colnrci. ly. thlrteim TPhrn ot fiRp illcil nudclcnlvnt hn hmn,tt', Ninth Mrrct northetft. nnd tho Corvnnr lins I een notified. This Cars of tlic Navy-Yard nnd tho vc c1a theie weredlnjdftyednt Imtf-miKt lo tiny, nudn ftnlnlo vt tlilrlrrn inlnuto Runs nero itred nt noon In respect to tho memory ul Koar Admlinl Scott. The alarm of flro nt HiTm p. m, yesterday vncnued by tho dlncorery of fUtneM orUl imtlOfr from n gn burner in tho liouno of Mr. Win. 1 Clark, No, l.'JIil Thirteenth ftttoot, which wn dninngcil to tho extent of nhout I WO. Tun alarm of firo from hnx 23. nt 1:50 e'ehde 1ift ou'iilutf, summoned the )lrolo i artment to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 3 April 1882

Fhe Eyening Critic. 1 F0U11TI3BNTH YEAK. WASHINGTON, D. C.. MONDAY, APRIL 3, 18S2. NUMBER J, I y I. (?) () TAYLOE & HUETY, 933 Ponna. Ave, Hate Ju-jt receh ed and w 111 open to day a superb assortment of DPIGiTTB SXJITS Tor M.scs and Children, tn sizes from 2 to II years. Charming Styles and Elegant Materials. timet: deep flounces or Embroidery on the Skirts, With Heading of Fine Insertion, X) OTJBIiB-BRBASTED With Tine Embroidery don n llio Entire Front. EXQUISITE GOODS, Examine them at Once, they are Decided Novelties. First Grand Opening HILDREN'SfuiTS, ON SATURDAY, APRIL 8th. A FULL LIKE Or Children's Suits In Flannel Sailor Suits, Cloth Suits, Sacques, Jackets, . And all Desirable Garments. TAYLOR & HUPTY. SPECIAL NOTICES. ..-.TINNERS WANTED TO ATTEND A n w . tor the WHJ meeting at No. 212 Must, purpose of completing the organization of a Tlnplate and Sheet Iron Workers Union, WED NIJsDAY, J 33 p. m. Uy order of the COMMITTEE. KSroA MEETING OP THE CITIZENS' COM. AMK? ml...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 3 April 1882

TIlTiJ EVENING t'lUTIC, WASHINGTON, IX C., MONDAY, APKIL, 3, 1882. 'i THE EVENING CRITIC. rulillshod. Vnll (Sunduyj Koilil) nr thk EvonlnKCrltloPubllshlnRCompany Sll NINTH STUKKT NOUTHWUST, Vl'A'ltl.NBTnV, D. O. TERMS I RtMIT.TC COPY (JKNTS BV IXAKHIKll, wr Month SI OliNIH BV MAlMroataieVahnone Year . .Jl.no BY MAIIj(rualagiirld)Hlx Months $. Mall Subscription Invariably In Advance, SVENtNQ CmTIuVuilMSlttNtl COMPANY, WAKIltXOTON, II. 0. Entered at the , Offlco In Washington , sec ond class matter. "Monday, April 3, 1882. TimCniTii' h "liiitioitiinatc," Mr. Xcal. Tin: Clnxlniinll Cmimcrcinl compares Kcelry, of motor fame, to Captain Kails. Has Jlalstcail been Investing In tlio Kcclcy motor? Arrn.n.iNci:sinullcato tbat tlicro will Ijo n dcfiucc! Issue between tlio Ilcpiibllcin ami Democratic partle?, and tbat It will bo on tbc ImllV tjucstlou. -. Dr. Hoyxtox has a grievance, in rcganl to tlio professinual treatment of tlio l.ito l'icsidciit. llo should iiilt cxbtbltlng bU tore- Tlio p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 3 April 1882

TTT13 KYENING OTITIC, "WASHINGTON, 1). (, MONDAY, AIM.IL . 1832. I K- THE EVENING OlUTtO. KSTAHt,TSltKD AtJntMT I80H WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tho t nci'lal bulktln isucd frum tlio Slgml omo loe1ayini llio Indication ntc ttint talc veathorwlll Ti,nll ilnrliiR tlio rest of Momlay III New riiklnivl nnil lln Mlilillo Atlnntla St.aton, fnl lownl by Incrciwlng clowllnoM nml light roln liy Turnlny morning In tlio lnkn rojtlon nml tlio nnrlli nml wcit portloni ot Now Unstan 1 nml tlio Middle Atlantic Biatos. PERTINENT PAHAORAPHS. Tin rn wcieiiliiofimcmUhcroyosici-elay. It I? rroiocil lo cxtcilil tlio grounds of tlio behcuUcn Talk. Sajium. .Biigi-km:, .1 pultaslonil b-g-. car, has been sent to tlio vvnililiouso for ninety ilajsby Jiulco Snclli flnxi km. Hen l.i; l'r.vr.R vlHi Cailcti I-ninlson mm llson, of his district, nt tlio An napolis fvaval Academy, Saturday. NKTTinllKioiNsaiKlSnr.ili llrlicoc, two rnifillisttc coloind elanneli, had a tight yoster lny, which lcsiiltod In Sarah being Hum! j,...

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