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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 3 April 1882

T1IE EVENING OKTTIO, WASHINGTON, D. Om MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUQU3T, 1H01, LACONIC LOCALS. Tnn pollco mndo twcnty-nlno atrotU j cMorilny nnd last night, Cor.A Monroe, colored, hai Jolnoil General Crocker" gone ot tcmile vags. Tun Kortli Carolina l!ombllciit Asmsln tlon meets this evening at Its rooms, u1 hevcntli street. Vincfnt ItAKDr was to hr sonloncoil by Judgo Snell on tho two charges of profanity una of assaulting Officer Farrjuhar. Mi, and Mm. A.M. Ciirr will eclcbrato their golden wedding on Iho lDtti Instant bra reception at llielr rcsldenco In this city. Thomas Komnro.v. a colored boy, In a pick and destitute condition, a taken to tho lionpllal this morning by the santtary ilepirt. input. Tnugranil visitation to Mount Vernon Lodge, No, Bl 18, Knights of Honor, will tnko place on Wednesday evening noxt at U Jd'Fcl. lows' Unit, r.lghtli street southeast, ClIAItLFS GASKII.L disturbed tho qlllet of Georgetown yesterday by an Immoderato use of p...

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. — 4 April 1882

Evening Critic FOU11TEENTII YEAR. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1SS2. STUMBEll 4, 1 5)2. (2) THE (a) A OAIM IT OOMEB Till, Time Itli tlic Only 22 TRAINED ELEPHANTS, 1 W Ana World (lathered Wealth of Wonders, tlic GREAT FOREPAUGH SHOW, Universally Admitted tho ery best.most original, Novcl.Costl), Urand, Gorgeous, as-largest in Tin; world.ie With over thing entire!) new for this season. comes directly from Us last whiter-quarters In the City of Philadelphia, with Its own lOUU UREA1' HAILWAx IRAINH, And commences Us 191I1 consecutlt e annual tour of America, ns In tho past, by exhibiting at WASHINGTON THREE DAYS, APRIL OTH, TTU AND STIt. Thursday, rniDAY and saturdvy. AFTERNOON AND EVENINGS, (On the Old Show Ground, COR. NINTH AND S STREETS. nvcitv it ATimr, f-vrry iwce, every- THIIvO NLW 10K THIS SK VBON! Never' Combines," but durlnff the past genera tion has ABbOllBLD 30 OltLAT SHOWS, In America and Furope, but still, under the Rame ownership and management, adheres to Us plai...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 April 1882

TJ1E EVENING CIHTIO, WASHINGTON, X. O., TUESDAY, AP111L 1., 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. Published Dally (SumUy3 KxccptuO) jiy THK EvcnlnRCrltto PubllshlngCompany Sit NINTH STllKKT NOHTHWJMT, Washington, 1). O. TERMS! RTNCH.T"! CXJPY-. ..... . .. a GF.NTS jiy UA Kill Kit. perlHonlli :i.i vi1; ii .. ....S I..10 BY MAIL (Postogo l'ald) line Year 9 .m BY MAII.Il'mtimeraldlWIt Month" $'J.!I3 II.(lwtimerall)WU Months- .... .. Mftlllsuriscrliillon Invarlablyln Auvaoce. XVKNINO CniTIC 1'lMlt.lHllINO COMrANY, WAmvnTOH, tl.U. Kntered t the 1'est Ofllce In Washington us sec ond class matter. Tuosdny, April 4, IS82. A mil. for tulock -yanl atiil abittolr liai Ix-cn ofl'crcJ. Tun Critic will examine It. jF."nJMf, tlio Missouri outlaw, lmi Ice n UHcil njain. This is probably tbo twentieth time. ' What a delicious picture of couvivlalty tliat Is wlicro Bliss dismisses tho Jolly good fellows to tho tuno of "Tho Hay of ltls cay, 0 1 " Do tho Sclljjmans Intend to enter Into n rivalry with Jay Gould? Th...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 April 1882

THE T3VE7TESTG 0B1TIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, AP1.IL 4, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. established auoust 188. weather indicatiohs, Tlio micclnl bulletin Issued from llio Signal Offlco to-day says i Tlio Indications nro Hint partly cloiuly wralhcrwlll prevail in Now England anil tho Mlddlo Atlantic States ami light rains lnllie liiko region during tlio rest ol Tuesday, fol. lowed by elearing and docldcdly colder weather on ednesiiny, PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS Kastiiu canls at VccrhoIPp, Olfl Sovenlh tttccl. Tun police mado forty-eight arrests dining tlio past twenty-tour hours. Kliu Thomas stolo a coat from Susan (lolnes yesterday, and wont to Jail for thirty days to-day. Ahout 7 o'clock last evening tho roof of tlio tenement liouso at tho coiner nt M and Bank streets was slightly Injurod by Are. Edwin Taylor and Martha Latio " lit " nhout nomo chickens In tho county yoslorday, and Judge Snell nnod Taylor for tho assault. Louis Sifoli:, a colored hoy about ten cars old, stolo nn amethyst ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 April 1882

-OlfSJ THE EVENING 0K1T1G, WASHINGTON, D. O., TUESDAY, AFTfTL 4, 1882. ""WTJS1 A THE EVENING CRITIC. KSTADLTSnKD AUOC3T. ISM. LACONIC LOCALS. The Commissioners lmvo icipondwl to Iho letter from tho Mayor t lilphmniul ihnnk InKlhorirn Dcfntlmcnt for their sen let-nt tho recent nro, lEWlta. ClJtCIKTT ANT) LIPSCOMB, conn el for Cbnilcs Rhnw, mm Icteil of tho murder ot lits HMer, Sumii Ann Carter, lini o Med n mottcin tor n new trial. Kate Holmf, a rolornl woman, dleil of consumption ycMprdny In Slate nllpy, and was burled hy tho health authorities, M she was In destitute circumstances. 1,1 1.1,1 E Sitl'nrMAK, llio slrl tlilcf, re cently convicted on a number of charges of inreeuy was illsmlfsed jestcnlay on her pa rents pn mining to commit lierto nrcforma. toiy Captaik Titro. C. lULnwrx, tho most j (pulnr captain on th Potomnc. his beon i Ineoil In command, ot tho steamer (looriro l.cnry for tho seaon. This wilt bo good news for iho patrons ot tho bwit. Tub City Engineer of Yonkcrs Jf ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 5 April 1882

, t j, . . 1j f he Evening Critic. VCENTS H FOLTKTEENTn YEAR. WASHINGTON, D. Q, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1SS2. NUMBEK 4,1.),3. B (fi) LM A OAIN IT COMES This Time i. HIi the Only 22 TRAINED ELEPHANTS, P$fc And World Gathered Wealth of Wonders, the GREAT FOREPAUGH SHOW, ln.versally admitted tho very bcst.most original, Ncrv el, Costly, Grand, Gorgeous, JSiTliAnOEST IN THI3 WOHLD.-ffia With even thins entirely new for this season, comei directly from its ait winter-quarters in the City of Philadelphia, w 1th Ha on n FOUK CUt-EAT KAIUWAY TIlAINs AndcommeDcesits 18th consecutive nunual tour of America as In the past, by exhibiting at WASHINGTON THREE DAYS, APIIII CTII, 7TK AND 8TH. THURSDAY, FIUDAY AND SATUItpAY. AFTERNOON AND 0PENING3, On the Old Show Urouud, COR. NINTH AND S STREETS. EVERY VEATURK, FA'ERY TACE, EVERY THHnO NEW FOR THIS MEASONl Neer 'Comb.npn ,'! but during the past eenera tlou haaAliOHBEDXO OHLATailOWS, In America and Europe, but still, under the Fame ownership and managem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 5 April 1882

fpswpisupii c. t: ?f j POff.V mo.r vw-w- TIIE EVBJTING OKITIC, 'WASimS'QTOlsr, X. 0 "WEDNESDAY, APKIL 5, 1882. if- ft THE EVENING CRITIC. Published Dally (Sundays UxccpU-d) nr Tim EvonlngCrltlo PubllshtngCompany Bll NINTH STREET NOIITIIWBJT, Washinotov, D.C. TERMS: BINOLE COPY. .... .. CENTS 11V CA1UU HI, per Month .. as C1.N rs BY MAILiroaUeeraldlOne Year., BY MAlLU'nmwjp 1'nUljWl MonlM. ,-..... i. no IMC mid) Mx Month. IV.SH Hall Subscription Invariably In Adance, AnVHFA XVKNINO C1UT10 PUBMHICINO COMPANY, WaMIIVHTOV. IlO. Kntfnl al the rslOfllco In Washington as sec ond class tuattrr. Wednesday, April 5, 1882. Toon Hl'RMiUT, ilcail and gone anil his reputation left at the, mercy of Colonel Scllers-Bhlplicnl. Satiaii llKRNiuitDT Is married. Of course that advertising coffin can no longer boused Torn couch. It vim not ra.nl o for two. Skxator Inciai.lb actually proposes to ask the consent of Indians wlicn railroad magnates 11WI tbo Scllgmans doslro to go through thclr'poc lands. Our...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 5 April 1882

jij 'mr 7 tiwwyhJK-gar- ,,. '.-jmw;.. i'Twv (, - - iTT - ti G tr TIIE EVENTSTG- CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, APltlL 5, 1SS2. THE EVENING CRITIC. JSTABLISHED AUGUST 1S0S. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tho special bulletin Issued from tho Signal Offlco to-day says! Rain Is Indicated for tho lako region, Now Pngland and tho Middle Atlantlo States, with lower temperature) In tho two latter districts. PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. All styles of wall paper and plcturo trumps at Yecrlioff'B. Jj-nnie Williams, charged with steal ing (lt trom Harriet Olascock on lliolthot last March, pleaded not guilty In tho Criminal Court this morning, and ball was nxod In tho sum ot f500. Piiokhk Andfrsox, colored, pleaded pullty In tho Criminal Court this morning to the chai go of stealing J74 10 from tho house of William It. H. Hoover, on Iho 27tlif January last. Judgo Wylto sentenced lior to tho Albany pcnltcntlnry for ono year. Andrew J. Bikdler was charged lu tho rnllce Court to-day with cruelty to animals, w...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 5 April 1882

'JDIIE BVJSNXISr CBIT1C, WASmtfOTOl DO.rWJSDNaSSDAf, 'APRIL 5, 1882; A4 1.9 THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABt-tSHKD AUGUST, H9. LACONIC LOCALS. AtiKtn IJOK,1 an Intoxicated woman, Icll on tho Ave nue yestcrdoynml cuther head. Tnn pollco mado tncnty-clsht arrests during tuo twenty-tour hour ending at ! n, m. Maiu.v Waldrox was sentenced' to jail to-Oar for thirty dnj-s on the charge or being n ccmroon prostitute. The street-lamps will lio lighted for tho Brut time thla month at (luVlp. m., ami or tlngulMicd-t 0:10 p.m. TnoMAS Dricks. a professional tramp, ras aentenccd to tho irorkhoiiHft by Judgo NnclUo-day tor ninety ilara on ft chitrgo of taraney. TnE steamer George I.cary ran Into tho fUfi'ladrn pi'"ET Cnrpcnter yesterday at tlio monih of the IMstorn llrancli, and nearly sri-Jc the little cratt. William Fwzitt .anil Patriot ifloylo trcr found BttlltyorjIoingboMneMs liquor dealer wltliout licenses, m the Police Court In-day. and both, entered Appeal to the Grand Jury. JliEANnA JIrowsi a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 6 April 1882

LJ'"DM 'J" 2 The Evening Critic. SCENTS CENT& FOURTEENTH TEAR. WASHINGTON, D. Q, THURSDAY, APRIL (3, 1882. NUMBElld,l)l. A OAIN IT OOMEB. TlilsTlmoVlthtliOniy 22 TRAINED And World Gathered Wealth of Wonders, tlio hdpat rnBrPAiian snnrc JUUUBt I.IMUUJ1UUU UUUII, Universally admitted tho err best.moat original, Novel, Costly, Grand, Gorgeous, jryLAIiaEST IN T11E WORLD.- With everything entirely new for this season, comes directly from Its vast w lnter-quarters In the City of Philadelphia, with Its on n FOUR GREAT RAILWAY TRAINS, And eommeDccs Its 18th consccuth e annual tour of America, as In the post, by exhibiting at WASHINGTON THREE DAYS, ArniL OTH, TTII AND 8Tir. "fil UKSDAY, miDAY AND SATURDAY. AFTERNOON AND EVENINGS, On the Old Show Ground, COR. NINTH AND S STREETS. every tkatuiik, every face, EVERY THING NEW roll '11IIS SEASON! Ne er 'Combines," hut during tho vast gonora- llou has ABSORBED 2I OltEAT SHOWS, In America and Europe, hut Btlll, under tho Bamo ownership and mana...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 6 April 1882

THE EVENING OltlTTO, WASHINGTON, !;. C THURSDAY, APIUL 0, 1882. THE EVENING ClUTlO. ' Published Dally (Sundays Excepted) RT TIIK BvenlngCrltlc PubllshlngCompnny III NINTH 8THKKT NOIlTItWEHT, WAMIflTOV, D.G. TERM Si MNflLK COVY.... .... OUSTS DV t'AIlUIKn, per Month S.I CKNTH J1Y MAIIiMfmlBKertlillUna Yrnr... $i SO BY MAIMrmUw raid) HI Month.. ... U a M all Bubecrlntlon I n variably In A dvanco. KVKNINO C1UT1C I'UllUSlttNO COMPANY, WARHIMHTOVP.tS. i Knlftert at th. IMt Ofllce In Washington a sec ond class matter. Thursday, April 6, 1882. In rini.AiiF.i.riin Inmfcs. goats nro suM for A MAN can steal timber from Ttulhn reservations with Impunity, except Iho chances of losing his hair. Senator C.im cron vinnis to change this. The vetoed Chinese, bill failed to pass the Scuato over tho veto. Ten of the twclvo New Kngland Senators voted Against Its pavago, and tho other two, 'dmunds and Hale, were absent. The Army Appropriation bill passed tho llouso jestculay. This Is tho first of tho la...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 6 April 1882

THE EVENING OIUTIO, WASHINGTON, T. C, TITU1WDAT. APRIL. 0, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. H3TABLIR1IKD AUGUST IMS. WEATHER INDICATIONS. The special l)ullottii Issued from tlio Signal Oflleo to-day sayst . t armer, rainy woalhcr Is Indicated for tho lower lako region nnd tho nortliorn unci wost em ficctlons ot Now 1 ngland nnd tho Mlldlo AtlanUc States durlng.lho rest ot Thursd-iy. PEIITIHENT PARAGRAPHS! Tun nail places In Ninth street nro being ltinlrcd today. The police made- llilrty-lhrco arrosts during tlio twenty tour hours ending at u a, in, Ciaba Coifman, a vagrant, homoloM tteinan,lins been commlttod to tho Workhouso liy Judge Bncll. Samufi. I), l'llll LIPS violated tlio build I UK lcgiilatlons, nnd lald flu. Judgo Hnt.ll mado tho assessment. Tue Coroner examined tlio body of an infant found In llrownlng'8 brick yard, nnd found It to bo n stillbirth. CiiAiars West and Gcorgo Strange, two llttlo boys, slolo n sot of harnoss nnd hnvo gono to jail tor thirty days. John Ki.ahnfy will ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 6 April 1882

TIIE EVEEflKG CTRTT10, WASHINGTON , D.' O., TIIUTJSDAY, APRIL G, 1882. THE EVENING 0RIT10. KSTABLTS1IKD ACC1C8T. 11. LACONIC LOCALS. Tun street-lamp will lio lighted at ti in r iu. nnd cttlbgulMiod nt 10 10 p. m, Wiimah fittooKH struck lMwnril ltrrlj ' tho mouth ypstcrdny anil fal'l tciwlnllnr Lnp. Ciiadles Hr.nnr.nT, a colored boy of 10, fl"aullotl Powell Thompson, ngotl n, nnd was liADdMl over to lilt mother for a p.-niUng by Judge fcnell. Jennv Cochran, ix wlillo girl, w.11 charned In tlio Polleo Court to-lay 1th liolnn a- common prontlttito, nnd eenloncod to nlnoty days In tlio Workhoio. Attiik meeting of tho Equitable llullit ltiR Afdoclatlon lnit nletit $18, HNI wore illn. pc?ed ot it an avernpo premium or O I per cent., which Is tho lowest talo tor m'any rc nths. Tnr.ttK dead babies wcro found In 'tills cltyroMerrtay, ono In nuods adjoining tUo K atreet Marker, another in Llouionant ltotcler's pieclni"t, and a third at Browning's brlcU j ard southeast. Tiirliouso No. 701 O st...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 7 April 1882

Evening Gbitio. i ji-tL mry NENTS VASUlN(iT()X, !).('. FRIDAY. A1MUI. 7, 1882. NTJMBEK '1,1 J) I. FOURTEENTH TEA!?. TAYLOE & HUETY, 933 Ponrm. Avo., Ale howotTeilng lheClreal(St Inducements Inn variety of SPRING WRAPS SEASONABLE GOODS, Coits'ith 5 of Sill, nnd Nillti dp l.von (tarnieiilt, for cool etnj . Satin Rhadamos, Elogant Raglans, Exquisite Capos, Chlldron's Stroot Wraps, Jackets, Sacques, IS Till'. I.ATIKT HTVI.KS. Some Vory Attractivo Novelties. Among others llic CHILDREN'S HAVELOOKS, With nml Without sleeves. . Fine Flannel Suits, l'lom 5.t0up, Spring Ulsters, Cossamor Wntarproofs. TO-DAY Ilcplns our pi oscillation of TasUr I'lacnnes, one lo he gU en w fill each iuuchac. TAYLOR 5s HUFTY. SPECIAL NOTICES THE EVANGELISTS, UENTLEY AND amies, will rommrnrfi liberies of meet ings at the l'ourth-street U.K. Church (Navy lard), on Sunday, April , at 3 p. lit. All nro c-oidlally Invited. auMl THE INDE MININO AND r.EDUOTION UUUt'AKIi Capital Stock, 50,000 Shares. Tho above named...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 7 April 1882

THE 13VBN1N"G CRITIC, WASHINGTON, X. C FIHDAY, APIs I L 7, 1S82. THE EVENING (NUT 10. I'ubllbhcil Dully (Sundays Kccpteit) nv TUB EvenlngCrltlc PubllshlngCompnny 811 NINTH BTHKKT NOUTHWKsr. WAMtlXOTON, D.C TERMS! RINOI.F. TOl'Y ... a CTC.VTS , at CKNTH BY I'Aiuur.n, prrMnllM IIY MAILII'TOlnitc PnldlOnr Vonr 11 Y MA tl.hVMlurn PhIiHSIt Mnrilll. $ as MftllHubhCTIplloii lin.ilauijr in .iiiv.me. XV12J1N0 CniTlo'l'Ull'uAlIINd COMPANY, VMIIMTV. 11.0. Knt.ritl t Hie rl OIBtw In Wiwlilnjttoil iw .c ontl d.. matter, Friday, April 7, ISS2. St.vti: l. bills to prevent Chlnco Imml pntlon nc been Introiiuceil. Tholtcpuli llrnniaio ttjIiiR to Ret ono through that the I'utlJcnt will slun nnd tlio Democrats one (lint lie will veto. SofTlt CvitoMNA, through Its.Utornny (icncinl nnil ono of it3 Senator, Is defend ing tie men Indicted for election fi.iu.ili. Tlio logical sequence of thii course. H that South Carolina tliluki tlio State li Indicted. Mn. BEi.roni), of Colorado, niado a speech on tlio In...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 7 April 1882

Tin. I.VENIXG 01UT10, WASHINGTON, D. C, FHIDAV, API.IL 7, 1832. THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABMHHKD AUMUST HOS. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tho special bulletin tflauedtruin thoSlgn.il umco toOftyBaysi k .... TlioImllcAtlons nro ttiftt fnlr wcntlier will ItrrTnll In llio TAkfl ltcftlonn during llio rest rrilf1ny,nmltlint In t ho Now I.nfflfin.1 ami MliMlnAtlnntio Htntcs light rains tlurlnjt IMn iny will Ijo rMlowcri y warmer, partly cloudy wratlirr lonlght. SOCIETY. Mtinl In (Jolny: on 111 the Noclul 'rW. Mr, niul Mri Ulalno aro In Now York on n short vl.t. nml nro being cnlertnlmv. mimp luouMy. A scrip ot pornlntont oltortl nro iH'Ing madnlo "Interview" tlio formor nn to the iolltlcnl situation, but lio 1ms the wisdom nnd gowl tn.to to keep silence. Judgo Tourgro. tha author ot "A root's r.rraiifl" nnd lirlcks without Straw." 1 3 In tha city. Ho Is warmly wclromod by tho literati wherever ho visits i for, whllo tho stylo ami clcgnncoot his works nro open to criticism, tho vigorous nnd Impartia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 7 April 1882

TTTE EVENING OTilTlC1, WAHnTNGTON, D. C., PR I DA V, APHIL 7, 1SS2. THE EVENING CRITIC. fOflTAM.lSIIED AUGUHT. HO. LACOIUO LOCALS. Tmf street-lamp will lc lutlUrl nt (t - t1 r. and extinruifhca nt 11 U i m Tub police tnmlc tlilrty-nluo irrct during lh Urtnty-tnm tVunciidhiK ot lln m L vtest T m of ji-tnuoK ohmper than ( 1m where, at J E.lounK 7 W"r onthntiutft John Gkkkn, l.ck,n tlifef and Ajcruit, TAflvntciirftltnnlrly ! thr Mrm by Judge fcnell to da). Tin: liullw of Awcnililys Prsbvlcrii.t riuurli eif a "hot ii m pie ugnr rat" to night nt tncchuich. The no ffHen Int year wa nprtat sitorei, n no tlouht this ono will he. In the casoof IMwanl Kolb agilnat tho Inland a tul Seaboard &jatlntf Oompinj f)t 3?"Xu damages tor hroncli ot contttct, tho Inn in the Circuit Court toUny gavo hi in Thk lutnntc of St. Elizabeth Itmno Atr ium will I ntitcrtatuoil to-ulcht by Dr. I'rink NMtr, J II. l'hllis DnMilC. Untie, Mi Jn Mo Cutler, 3!lm Knio Adam. Mlw Nettle Ma till ami other ot our local t...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 April 1882

2 The Evening Critic sCENTSy vPENTS WASHINGTON, D. G, SATURT),., AP1UL 8, 1882. NUMBER 1,1 Mi. FOURTEENTH YE Alt. TAYLOE & HUETY, 933 Penna. Avo., Are now ottering the Greatest Inducement In a variety of SPRING WRAPS Add other SEASONABLE GOODS, Consisting of Silk ami Sntln do L) on Garment), for cool da) s. Satin Rhadamos, Elegant Raglans, Exqulslto Capos, Children's Stroot Wraps, Jackets, Sacquos, IN TJIK LATEST STYLES. Somo Very Att'ractive Novelties. Among others the OHILDREN'S HAVELOOKS, V 1th ami W llliout Klcev cs. Fine Flannel Suits, rroin tS CO up. Spring Ulsters. Cossamor Waterproofs. TO-DAY Beelm our presentation ol toaster riacquea, one to be gi en with each purchase. TAYLOR & HUFTY. SPEClALIfOTtCES .WAUOU M. E OHUROII, THIRD AND A streets northeast Black Valley ilall- road. An Allegorical 'lempcrauco Lecture by Iter, Daniel Tracy, tev 1 ork, 1 uesday evening, Aprllll.nt elcht o'clock A vivid prtsentallon to the e) e of the "Fvlls of Strong Drink, ' leav Ins impre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 April 1882

THE EVENTXG OT.ITIO, WASpTGTON, D. O., SATURDAY, APT.IL S, 1882. THE EVENING ORITIO. rnbllahod Dally (Sundays Ktccpltnt) BvenlngCrttlo PubllshlnrrCompnny SI I NINTH STIUSKT NOItTltWtST, Wamunotov. D. U. TERMS! sinole corv. a centh BY t'AliniFlt. per Month. . 3.1 UKNTS BY MAItid'oMaK'l'aMlUnoNflir . 41.10 BY MAILll'r.lairM'MMiMU Month. $.a Mall Bubscrlpilon lnvarlsbly In Advance. RVEN1NO CBITIO rUIll.lMUNO COM PA XT, WAllVBTrtM, H.O. Knteredattherostofflce In Washington as sec ond class matter, ' Saturday, Aprll 8, 18S2. TuiiCitmc yostc-nlay Allied to compli ment Mr. Frank Ilatton, First Assistant l'ostranjtcr-flcncrnl, on that very aomlblo letter of lili revoking a very foolish ami Improper order which was Issued by a for mer President, whoso nnmo wo have for gotten. SmrilERD's testimony as to Minister Hurlbtirt is merely a ctntement of his (Shiphcrd's) opinion, without one partlclo of proof to sustain It. In fact, tha letters of the late General Hurlmrt to Shlphcrd aro evidenco tha...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 April 1882

THE TCVEXIXG OPITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, APRIL H, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLIB1IKD AUOUST !. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tho special bulletin iuct from tho Signal Omco to-davBayst M M . Itnlnls htill.iiiM for iho ret ot Satur.lay In the Upper M.m.m.ppI ami Missouri Valleys, tlin lnke rrclcn an'l tho OJiloVnlley.nml talr weather for New England ami tho MMtllo At lantic 8tatc. " nEPDY" FITZGERALD, Tli Jitnii Wlin Swliitlletl Cliailot Frnncli Arinm. Jitmea ntzgcralJ, tho man who swindled Cbatlcs Francis Adams by tho bunko process, Intnld to bo tho earno party who workod tor ecTcrnl years as a prlntor on tho CongreS' itcnal Jlecord nt tho Government Printing Office, under tho namo ot Gilbert ritz Gcrald. Ho was known nmong his trlonds nnd acquaintances as "fteddy," a namo applied to him, perhaps on account of his flory rod hair. Ho was n Jovial, good-naturod, quick witted, dev It-may -caro fellow, and a good com poMtor. He was given to gambling, nnd mot (thin wages went Into a fa...

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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