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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 18 February 1890

The Washington Oeitio i' 22D YEAR NO. 6,719. WASHINGTON, D. O., TUESDAY EVENING, lEHKUAllY L8, 1890. IMUGE TWO CENTS. NEWS OF THEWOnLD IN BRIEF t.ocnl. Washington fresh tery lias adjourned Ita meeting. Tlio I'alrof Columbia Division, Knights l'jthlae, opened lal night wllh a crowded house. A mienk-tblcf Mole Frank 11. Congor'S Who Chinchilla overcoat from his ofllco Inst evening. J. 1). Illicit, who Rtolo Mrs. Potter's dia monds Jiom the Arlington Hotol, has bcon ruirrcstcd In New Orleans. Superintendent Harrison says thcro Is 'a vast improvement, In the strect-llghtlng of this city In tho past two years. General Alger opened the- twenty-second .luminal encampment of tlio Dcpartinont Potomac, (i. A. li., at Grand Army Hall last night. A sneak thief entered tho real estate ofllco of Frank H. Vincer, 1415 F street northwest, last evening and carried oft a dark lilno diagonal overcoat. An old soldier, name unknown, was drowned In tho canal at Georgetown last night. He Is supposed to ha...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 18 February 1890

iiBimjOBiti THE WASHINGTON CTOTIO, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBBUAKY 18,1890. P 9 SSfc (if-hi- L , 'K . i 1 1 U i?r .: i. M J u V r r n It ?s 1 1 lv i t c 1 n AY sii(jto eiu'nr Hawkins, Cowbn fc Buskett. 43 O STRB1ST NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TI1K EVENING fltlTIO. flnjtloCopy SConts Tlv Carrier, per month ...SSOouts By tnall, jKxtflco paid, 0110 yer,. SS OJ By ronll, postago paid, six month) 100 By malt, postflRo paid, pr month.. ..M Cents TIIK SUNDAY OniTIC. Plnclocopy S Cents Ono yenr ..il.Vl Mall subscriptions Invariably tn advance. Address Tin: critic, Washington, D. C. loom, wr.ATiir.n rouncAsr. For the DlttriH nf Columbia, Delaware mill .Murylanil, threaten'ma wralhn ami Hold mhi; iiirtitblc winds; rattler Wcttneittny ulnht. Washington, Fiiiiuuvnv IS, 1S9J. Co.ssinnniMi that tlio Shoroliam is wnilh only $10,000 Ylce-l'icsldent Motion chnrscs nn enoimoiis lcntnl for It. lv SnxAiott I.nuvi.i.s contained a whole lot nioic Infoiiuntlan nndJind a jillt title on his bnck, ho would mnko n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 18 February 1890

TTIE WASHINGTON CKITIC, TUESDAY KVENINO, FEBKUAKY 18, 1800. ADMIRAL PORTER'S SON ACCUSED OF SELLING THE INFLU ENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT. Serial! Utinrco Itliuto liy il Colored Mnn Membera or thn Lojiil I.e Rlnn (Ulor to Ho Hull In Any Amount Tor llio Accused. Dnvlil Kssox l'ortor, a son of Ail miinl l'ortor, appeared In tho 1'ollco Court this afternoon, charged with ob tabling monoy under fnlso pretenses. The complainant 19 a coloicd man named F. V. Johnson. Ho arouses young Poitcr of having obtained fiom liim on tlio 20th of last August $1,000 in money nnd goods, in letutn for which Porter undertook to secure for him a good government situation. This Porter lias failed to do. Tho prisoner, a gentlemanly looking man, appiucntly about 05 years of niro, sat in court for several bouts awaiting his examination with a nonchalant smllo on his face, while his bolowcled fingcis stioked tho fur collar and lapels of his ovcicoat In a noivous manner. Ho was anested by Officer llolanil of .the Plr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 18 February 1890

WJHHHWflflMlUJC. mi& TTTE WASHINGTON1 CTUTTC TUESDAY TCVENTiN'G, FEBBUAHY 18, 1890. . Mi i'S I- h K ' ' 1 ' C ;VV I f.M m ! h .! . t ; l 4 hi ! 1 I. POPULAR MEN IN TOWN FAMILIAH FACES OF THE NATION AT THE BIO HOTELS. Rome nf the nitlnuultlicd Visitors tu lio Sjecu in llio ltotumlH or tliu A r no Mr. Anilrcns of Now York Itmlvlnc OIil JlcmurlM. IX IacImj Commlssloucr Andrews of New York spent tills morning In visit inc Ms New York friends In the Cap llnl. Ilennlvcdln the city lust night In company with Congressman l-'iteli. Sir. Andrews said lie lnul simply come down on pleusuic, but his presence here t-lKiiifJusrjonictliinj: in New York poll tlis Sir. Andrews did not need n uiiide to show him nbout, for nearly foity ycats ago lie used tu play "tag ' n the steps of the Old Capitol, and since tlieu ho has often visited Wash ington. He said "Iain pioud to say that I know "Washington about as well as any one docs. I was here ns a boy before Hie war and spent a good deal of time hero...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 19 February 1890

The Washington C Erne. 22D YEAH NO. (3,720. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. NEWS OP THE WORLD IH BRIEF. t-ncnl. Henry Johnson was on trial to-dny Tor tho killing of Knock Turner, All (tio Episcopal mill Catholla churches celebrated tho opening of Lent to-day. Judgo Miller dismissed tho caso against Admiral Porter's son and ho was roloasod, Tho congregation of St. JohnM Church, object to n chango In al.cntou hcrvlco made by their now rector. Tho deferred pajtnenta duo contractors fiom tho District (iovernmnnt will prob ibly ho mado next Monday, Tho District Commissioners and Auditor l'elty Rnvo the-Houeo Committee, on Appro priations their vlows upon tho Qoncral Icflclcncy bill. Major Peyton Itandolph, general man ager of tho Flcdmont Air Line, who has 1 ccn lying seriously 111 for tho past two wcekant his rceldcnco In this city, Is now convalescent. I'ulcnts havo been Issued to local In ventors n8 follows! John A. Bailey, oar lock; Frances M....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 19 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19, 1890. " ll u . WASHINGTON ClUTK1 IlAXXKINfl, C'OW EN & HORKKTr. 3 D STREET HOUTHWEST, WASHINGTON, I). C. THK EYKNINO I lltTIC. BIhrIo Copy 2 fonts By Carrier, per month Sii Cents By nuill, postage paid, ono year $.100 lly mall, postage paid, sit months SCO By mall, poitHKO paid, per month.... N) C011U Till! Hl'NllAY OIUTIC. Pintle copy.. i S Cents Ono year SJ.W Mull subscriptions Inrarlahty in advance. Address Tin: critic. Washington, 1). C JAH'M. wkatiuui roimcAsr. I'm thn Dittikt of Columbia mut JAoi tiiiil, colder: nmthrrly icintU; fmr uvitlnr. Washington, Fi'.iiitmnv 11), 1800. Tin: vcrio.v or tho Cooper institute mass ineoling on Monday night umbos il ilcar enough Hint the string whtch postponed thu discussion of tlio World's T'nir ropoit till 'I'liuiMlay was pulled In New Yoik. Willi Sr.N unit Kiimi vds It is still nn undecided question whether his ex haustive dlsappiox-nl of tlio gentleman nt the head of tho State Dep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 19 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, EEBBU Ain lii, 1890. . . . ft GOINGS-ON IN CONGRESS NEGOTIATIONS FOR THE PUBLIC BUILDING AT BUFFALO. An Appropriation Anhcil for It lu ll Inn .Mlalrn Hororo Mm Sonata Milking ImUclnl District lining ol tlin Committees, I; Siitrlnl II hf from Iht raiiltit. Tlit) Seoietnry of tho Treasury sent to tlio Senate to tiny n detailed report ot llio negotiations which havo boon can led on umlcr (ho net of April flf- 1888, for tho selection of n situ for n public building nt Buffalo, N. Y, From this report It appears thnt no slto hns been selected uiul thnt the Department after making suveral efforts In this tliiectlon Is umiulo to take fur thcr action on nccount of tho Inailo quoey of the balance of funds avail able, thooiiglnal appropriation having been $250,000. The Secretary lccommciidstlint Con "rets speedily make an ad ditional appropilatlon for a alto as well as mi appioprlation tor beginning tho construction of a building, and suggests that tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 19 February 1890

JTITE WASHINGTON: riUTIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBTUJAPvY 19, 1890. BLACK VERSUS WHITE. NORTH CAROLINA COLORED REPUB LICANS UP IN ARMS. toiuplulnlng Tlmt Tltny Aro Dlncrlln Innteit Acnlnut by tlio AilmtiiWtrn lion Ml.nloimrjf Work Tor I'roul (lout Hnrrlson. The revelations of the plans for n re volt of North Carolina lenders against (he- bito politicians nf thu State havp had the effect of waking up the lenders of the while men la tho Tar Heel Stato niul hurrying them to Wnahluglou. It hns gotten out that the nominations of John n. Kavcs, Collector of tho Fifth District of North Carolina ; Charles 1'rice, United States District Attorney for the Western District of tho State, nnd A W. ShalTer, postmaster at Kalclqh, havo been hungup In tho Sen iitc. Collector Eaves hns arrived, as havo Dr. J. .1. Jlott and "Loruc" Harris, chairman of tho Republican Kxccutlvu Conimlttco of thu Statu. Postmaster Shaffer is expected to arrive this even ing. Tho candidates for confirmation profess not to k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 20 February 1890

.,. JlliiUIIIJBWMCTVPM V The Washington Oret 22D YEAR M. 0,72 L. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. ic. NEWS OP THE WORLD IN BIMEF I-llCftl Lewis It. Smith 1ms been nppolutol n nn additional prlvnto on tho Metropolitan l'o llco force General Grcely sava tlio lemperattiro will fall twenty degrees, or lower, by 8 a. tn. to-morrow. Congressional committeemen Interviewed on tlio District assessment fljy n bottor sys tem Is needed. Librarian Heard of tlio War Department lias been confined to Ills room for a wool: Mltli Influenza. The Washington Oasllirht Company has Icon cranted pormisslou to lay a gas main tn Columbia avenue i The Commltslorors have awarded tlio contract for furnishing gas lamps to tho Wheeler Hellector Light Company at $3.03 coch. Tlio extra attraction at tho Womans' Ho llct Corps Fair Inst night was tho singing of Misses E. Mlnnlo Olton, White, Hlco nnd L. 0. Shepherd. Tho Commissioners to-day ordered Major j jinoro to slop ino dig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 20 February 1890

m THE TVARniNGTON CRITIC, TXIUBSDAY EVlING, ITEBIIUARY 20, 1890. V Xs ASIll.NCJTO.N CRITIC Hawkins, C'owi:n it Prsm.Tr. 43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). C. THE KVKNIXC1 CMTIO. BlwiloCopy 2 Cents By Carrier, per tnonll 35 Cents By mall, postaKO tft!d, onoyortr $S00 Ily mall, postnRO pnld, six months 3.00 By mall, postage pnkl, por month. . . ..V) Cents THE SUNDAY CIUT1C. Blnglocopj r 5Cints One year SJ.'iO Malt subscriptions Invnilably lit advance, j Address THE CRITIC, Washington, I). C. local weatiiei: ronr.cAsr. I'm the District of Columbia n.iir ilnru- iiuii, m it hiiit; iiitil, raltltr, elearhiu wnithn; nwthimtrrlit roltler, fmr wmthrr I riildi; rnhl Wsiiinotox, Fi:iiitr.nv 20, 1800. Fiiom Tin: f i:m:s unacted In tho Oliio IIouso of Hepresciitntlves yostcr dny tho members must liu In ucllvo ti lining for Congress. Tut: AVayn ani MuN" CoMMtriKi: proposes to relievo nn overtaxed people, of $00,000,000 of their burden. This will be done, In purl, by taking the tn tiff tobacco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 20 February 1890

THE .WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUAK V LO, IH$)0. WORLD'S FAIR DHAMA. GATHERING OF THE CLANS AND DISCUSSION IN THE HOUSE. Senator Hnirynr Introduce a Hill for tlio Suppression of I.otterli-K Finn - nml Imprisonment for Kemllnc or ItccotvlnR Lottery Lettorn, Illy Special Ylr from thi Capitol, Tlio wltioly-mlvcrtlsed tlrnmn, Uio "World's 1'nlr," gavo n first perform mice to-tiny In tho Hall of ttcpnuuuta ttves. Tho ailbcrllnu aud Sulllvnnlau nir of mystery which has been throwu nboiit this piny excited a remarkable ninount of Interest In It. Even moro wonderful ncd mystifying than all was tho fnct that tho ninnngers of this production had succeeded In freely mlvcillslng it In tho stnid and solemn Vongrmtoniil fawl.whlch never boforo had advertised anything moro hilarious. It was not oven known to what division of tho drama it would belong. "Would it bo tragedy, comedy, comedy-drama, pastoral, melodrama, farce, that latest monstrosity of tho drama, tho farco-comedy? Thcso ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 20 February 1890

I flTE TVAFTI1NGTON CRITIC, TTITTHSDA.Y EVENING, FEBTtUAKY 20, 1890. I ,4 i ,' f l-j t f ? it t r- M i N' ' i I i B1 In . is i i - I f f Jl POPULAR MEN IN TOWS FAMILIAR FACES OF THE NATION AT THE DIG HOTELS. (Hhus Sirecklo, thn Sueur Klnc, itt tlio Arno An Hustorn llxnursliiu l'arty nt tho Kllltt Gossip itml l'lctures of tho Lobby Ilubltuns. Do "Wolf Hopper rushed Into tho tilllco of iho Arlington just bct'ora cow' to tlic tbtntrc Inst night nnd uxcliurnca: "I hnvc heard it, and its ono of tho best that has ever been written." "Heard what" inquired tho surprised clerk' "The Wolf opera." "neard Do Wolf Hopper," queried tho clerk, under tho Impression that tho comedian was sprlnglag n new joko on him. "Oh, no, this Is no joko. I lmvo just heard tho opera of "Tho Wolf" read, and I am making arrangements to purchase it and produce It in Now York next season." With these words Sir Hopper hurried out of tho hotel and was driven to tho theatre. The opera referred to was written by John l'l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 21 February 1890

. wmh w-w wwwfttiwi The Washington C 22D YEAR NO. 0,722. WASHINGTON, D. C, Fill DAY .EVENING, FED11UA11Y 21., J 890. PPJCE TWO CENTS. RITIC. NEWS OF THE WORLD IN BHIEF. t.oinl. Tbo Grninl I.ndgo of (hu Kulghts of l'jthlas elected officers last night, Tctcr Jackson knocked out Oeorgp "Wnlkcr In sliort order nt Kernan's last night. Tlio Convention of Mining Engineers dls tut ted (ho properties of uliiniinuin nt their sctnlon to. dny. Mr. B. II. Warner thinks tlio last assoss ment of property In tlio District for taxa tion wns n fill I uro. Ktnjilojcsof the Washington Navy-Yard complain of a spy system practiced upon them by their superiors, and claim that fa voritism Is shown. Chief Justice lSlngtinm, .Ttideo Bradley nLil Judgo Janics uro all hick. Tho Johnson-Turner murder cuso and tho l'an-Elcc-ttlc enso bavo In consequence- been post poned. Two pistol bullets wuro tired through tho window of Mr. 0 II. Gray's housoupon two different occasions, mid ono narrowly missed lilttlntr his w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 21 February 1890

m. . il.r.im.rM ,u THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21,1890. I. i i t .ii 'A If i WASI1IMJTO.N CIUTIC Hawkins, Cowkn & Hcskktt. 43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). C. TIIK KVHNINO CltlTIO. ElnKleOony 3 rums Ity Carrier, per monlli OS Cunts nv mail, uosta.ro nald. onovoar 31 od My mall, postnRO paid, six months soo Br mall, postage paid, osr month.. ... Cents Till! SUNDAY ClttTIU. Single copy ROonH Ono year S-'.W Stall subscriptions Invariably in advance. Address TIIKCUITIC, Washington, I). C. loom, miAVJinn j-'onnr.m r. I'nr the District nf Columbia nml l'ic.v lantl, twittnunl roltl, northerly u'huh; Jmr vwtthtr! coltl nml fair Sntunlnii. WabIUNMOS, Fkiihuahv 31, 1SI10. AreoitniMi to i in: Vvitis Tai, tlic attitude of Franco toward tho Our innn Kmpuroi's labor conference will depend upon tho action of Ivuglnnd. If Kngland i of uses to take part, tho project will collapse, but If, on tho con trary, she decides to participate, tho conference will not only take, p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 21 February 1890

mmtmmmmmmft i. THE WASHtNWTOJST CKITXC, FKTD EARNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1890. WORLD'S FAIR FIGHT. SECOND DAY'S CONTEST FOR THE j CHEAT NATIONAL PRIZE. Congressman ulnn AlmnrtniiH tho Wttf of Oratory ntut I'rli tho Hr fect or J'ootry on flio rough lllilfs or till Adversaries. Tho nlmospUeru which enveloped Uio Capitol building this inornlnit whs per meated with World's Knir. In tho lob bies New York Congressmen Hotted nbotit anxiously looking for familiar Now York faces of men who should linvo heen hero ycstculny to help further tho Interest of tho metropolis ns tho locntlon for tho fair, hut tho fnces they longed for failed to muter! iillu. Only one man from New York up to nenily uoontlmo had put lti an appearance to aid the represen tatives In their task to show why their city la tho "only ono vvlicio tlio nation rtt largo can bo best benefited by tho holding of tho Tnlr." This man was Colonel Elliot F Bbcpard and ho looked loncsomo among tho gicat crowd of Chicago peoplo who Hocked abo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 21 February 1890

upm-- t af ippw r J- -! ' iUWWIriim HWWSSirTtEWft, ' JftJlggWrfc. Wtn-ww toe Washington critic, ftitoay evening, February 21, isoo. I IH Ifc I J' 'i ir tf f (I'll ff - I NAVY-YARD TERRORISM LABORERS WHO DARE NEITHER TO COMPLAIN NOR CRITICISE. , Viirorltleiii Hhotrn by tlio lloasos How tlooil I'lnco Are Held bv l)lcront IMoDcyHiirmlorB Thn allirlng Neod til Mccliunlcnl .Superintendent. l'coplo who rend with a sliuililar of U10 reign of terror which prevails In Jtufs'n, whera people dnro not uxprcsn in opinion rcguriliuK their superiors In fcoclnl or ofllctnl llfo for fear of belli sent to Siberia, may bo surprised to learn thnt n sotnuwhnt similar state of ufTalrs exists at their own doors. Yet such would seem to bo the case. There are in one of tho Government establishments in this city over a thou sand mou with few exceptions free born American citizens who arc do prlvcd of liberty or speech, who dare neither to complain of injustice nor ctitieise In public or private, nny act of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 February 1890

The Washington Crane. 221) YEAR NO. GJ2IS. WASHINGTON, D. C SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 1800. PRICE TWO CI3NTS. .!. : M HEWS OP THE WOULD IH BRIEF. 'Iho Woman's Suffrage Coiivonllon has nfljoiirncd. The sixth annual ball of tho OreatFidh lec Drivers' Association, took piano l.xst night ut Udel's Hall. A largo crowd was pi cent. An Interesting mi,i8lcit end lltcrrry enter tainment was given last night by tliu pupils of tho eighth grailo ot tho Webster school. It was enjoyed by a latgo audlenco. Thomas Donaldson of l'hlladelphla has l.ttn icroinincndcd by Superintendent I'or ter of tho Census nurcau as n special ngotit of Iho eleventh cctisus to collect statistics relative to Indians. Tho pupils ot tho eighth grade- ot Iho JelTerJon School gavo an entertainment last nlfiht tor tho benefit of tho school library." It was largely attended. A mill tor) drill by tho scholars was tho feature of tho evening. The following ofllccrs have boon elected Vv the Grand l.odsoot tho Knirshtsot l'y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 February 1890

pw- wmwwnii WfiraEWROTH TTIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22,1890. I ft r i !, 'i-fi V ASH 1KGT0X (Ml I TI ( ' Hawkins, Cowkn & llusitKrr. J3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). C. T1IK EVENING t'HITlC. tingle Com S Cents By Carrier, per month 33 Cents By mail; postngo paid, 0110 yoar S"0J By mall, postage paid, si months n.oo By mall, postBgo paid, per month. ...50 Cents TltK SUNDAY CKITtC. Slnglecopy .1 Cents One year.,, it.') Vail subscriptions Invariably tu advance. Address THE CHlTlC, Washington, 1). V. 1,0 va i. wtiATitr.n ronr.uAsr. For the District 0 Columbia, Delaware. tiwl Maryland, unrmer; wetterly wimli, lit inmtnii t-ariable; Jair remitter; irarmrr ami fair Sunday. WaSHI.NOTO.V, 1'KIIIIU.VltY 'i'i, 1800. Tiiinus MimiT bo cituull.eil cither liy Inking off Iho duty on (iitiiiine or by putting n tltity on microbes. Tub Ciutic would like to nsk Sena tor Ingnlls if he is still Ignoinnt of tbo fact that there arc complaints about the tax assessments in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 February 1890

TTIE WASHINGTON OTITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 1890. CELEBRATING HIS DAY. ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF GEORGE WASHINGTON. llcmitirtil TVontlior Gay Crnirdft unit llrllllnnt Continues on tho Avenue Oldest InlmliltiiiitiOIcor mill Mho Ttiuttunuila "f Visitor, When tlio cordial fnco of Old Sol peeped over Ibo custom lillls and began lo send Ills worm smiles down upon thu Capital of tho nation tills mornlne; there was a spontniicoci exclama tion of thanks from thousands of grateful throats that inailu thu foundations of tho houses vibrato and the big bronzo Indian on the domu of thu CapKol tremble. As tho day god began to slowly ascend toward tho me ridian, little patches of fleecy cloud skurricd and skimmed across tho great cxpanso of clear bluottUy as if ashamed to show themselves on tho bosom of such n pcrrect ilrmamcnt nnd dissolved into nothingness. This Is tho way Washincton's birthday was ushered In at tho city which bears the name of the first ruler of these great United ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 February 1890

rTTE WASHINGTON miTTC, HA.TITT1DAY TCYEXTIW, FEimTJATCY 22, 1890. W . if "i f i 7.' it 0 Y J GOSSIP 01' THE CAPITOL. WHISPERINGS IN AND ABOUT LOUDIE8 OF CONGRESS. THE "Visitors Allriiilml In tlio World's I'.ilr llolmtii tltildon ltaajt 11 Itlcli II, ir cst Labor Acltntor Cuimj unil Ills Scheme Artistic Cimiuplloin. 'Die lobbies in llic Cnpllol have over, flowed wllh vlbllois ntid people bent on business during llic past week. 'J'lio tildes linc reaped a tlcli Inmost. "Julie" Kennedy is talking ot buying n rcMdcnco at Atlantic City nuxl summer If business continues ns good, and tlio faces ot the olhcr .unities buvc been beaming with anticipation or citing pound enko for lliu rest of the year. The Congressmen theniselves have been lintifcunlly active, which was caused 1 tincipally liy tlio Woild's Fair ugltii lion, nud nl no time since the session cjictitd lmvu the galleries been jammed villi Miuli motley cinwds of people flow everywhere as they were during the uek just past. Among th...

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