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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 April 1882

t - - THE EVENING, CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, SATITKDAV, AP1UL. S, 1882. ' rsf THE EVENING OlllTIG. K3TABLI81IKD AUOU9T. ln. LACONIC LOCALS. Tun pollco mado twcnty-sK nrrost during tho twontrfour hour ending ftt 0 n. in Oi.orui: W. Watikkm wm flcil $-2 to day by Judgo Snellfor driving otcrtho MJo alk. HkNHY DANtLl.s, a colored mil., stolo in morcont from Mlclmcl Murdock, and has gono to Jail for flttccn days. A horse attached to reel Xo. 2 fill down atElotcnth and D utroots yesterday, whllo on Ills way to tholiynoainro, butwaa not Injured. Tinks of $5 each wero Imposed upon tho following loud and boisterous citizens by Judge Sncll to-tlay i William Orlira, Mlchaol Mcny, William I'atrny and William II Will lams. Frances Vaw throatoucd to cut tho gtz nrd out ot Mary Bo tin, and James Dolatiey threatened to aralyzo his wKo, and both I'm ticca nnd James gave thotr personal bonds to keep the poaco. Titt.l'ollro Department aro making an effort to havo tho appropriation or (11,000 for tho 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. — 10 April 1882

J$Kpdmniiljt ' yr --fiVw'--' BfJSrjjSSr MwKMEQRnflRASBn'HnAAVttWWftttM iiuftfiMdAn The Evening Critic. 2 sPENTSy FOU11TEENTH YEAH. WASHINGTON, D. G, MONDAY, APRIL J 0, 1SS2. NUMBEtt 4,1 )(. VENTJ TAYLOE & HUFTY, 933 Ponna. Avo., NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT Spring "Wraps! Tim LATEST AND MOST ELEGANT STYLES. RICH BROCADED MOIRES, HEAVY SATIN DE LYONS, HANDSOME WALKING JACKETS. Children'sWraps HAVELOOKS, hlw styli: vniiv attractive Jackets & Sacques TlIEIlK AJIK BnVKRAL VKBV PfSaiRAIILK AN Elegant New rATTKitjis ix St heist Gau- HKXTS, Which UKbKRVK THE KoTICK Of IAt)IRJ of Taste, Borae especially suitable for early spring travelling and the promenade. The goods for children are remarkable for their perfection of fit and fine material and w orkmanshlp. Ha e j ou acen our Easter Cards? TAYLOR & HUFTY. J5PECtALJ(07M t. TIN PLATE AND CORNICE WORKERS' Union. Tuerecular meetlns will be held at No. 212 9th street northwest, Wednesday, 7 30 p, ra. liy order John tjhuruc, Becretarj ....

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 10 April 1882

-vswnrw : sppfpmg., ' THE EVEIsTCsTG 01HTI0, WASmTGTOK, D. 0., MONDAY, APBIL. 10, 1882. w THE EVENING CRITIC. I'nbllahcd Dally (Sundays Excepted) HY THH EvcnlngCrltlc PubllohtnRCompnny Sll NINTH BTIlElrr SOUTHWEST. WAaniNOTON, 1). O. TERMSl BINOLK COrY ........... . . 3 CENTS , n.t cfn rs hy i'Aiinu:ii, peritontii HY M A1t.(l'mtj.rAl'Alinniia ror BY MAII.irostnce l-atd)Ml Month".. MallHnWrlptlon Imnrlably lu Advance. EVENING CUTTIO rUHMSIIINfl COMPANY, WARHrTON,l.C. Entered at the I'est O.tlco In Washington as sec ond class matter. Monday, April 10, IS82. Some moke camrnlRii document? ware Rotten In tlio Record on Saturday. Xo Imslncss was dono in Congress. T1119 l!cpubHron Congress seems to lo almost m cnpablo of doInR nothing as any of Its Democratic predecessors were. Tun Sunday Herald sneaks of tho 1 ciders of tho Democracy as " rmr-bllnd," which Is n clear waste ofono syllable In doscrtblng them. Tnn River and Harbor bill Is said to bo "booming." Tho rio Is greater than that In...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 10 April 1882

ftfW "WrQ irrni - n p - wiF THE EVENING CRITIC, WASinNGTO, D. C, MONDAY, AFT.JL. 10, 1SS2. THE EVENING 01UTIO. ESTABLISHED AUGUST l. EASTElt SUNDAY. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tho special bullotin issued from tlio Signal Ofllcotodny snysi , .,... Fnirwcnihoris Indicated for tho South At Inntlcand Onlf statei during Tuesday, nnd clearing weather during Monday, and fair weather on Tues lay In Now England and tho 11 Ukl lo Atlantic States. Ilcntti or Mr. Albert Itny. Mr. Albert Kay, eno ol tho most prominent citizens ot tho District, dlod suddenly yester day morning at his restdonco, 1701 I streot. Tho deceased had boon aflllctod during tho past cloven months with paralysis ot tho nerves and muscles of tho throat. About On. in. yesterday tho malady assumed nn aggra vated form and prostration onsuod. Dr. Wales was Immediately summonod and es sayed lo restore tho pationt, but In vain, Mr, Itay dying throo hours after tho nttack. Tho deceased was n wealthy gcntlomen, n member of tho firm of A, ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 10 April 1882

.i i i umiMf WIVWMfet .rwr "TWFT-w. J -swij 5J"rr 7 n " WFTwfTW "aWvP fW ' J Wf jrl l TIIB EVENING CRITIC, "WASHINQTON. D. O., MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1882. t f ; -r 5 I f l) w f II fc P THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AtfdUST. ISO. PEnTIHEHT PATtAGiUPHS. T.I77IR niir.W, prostitute, was committed to tlio workhouse by Jtidgo Sncll to-ilny, Tun police, mndo twenty-ono ttrrrsts il u r Inpt tlio twenty-tour hours ending nt 0 it. m. rTnrn Coi.km vn, colored, w.n (Ineil $5 liT Judgo bncll to-dny, tor nssaultlng Jlagglo V nre, ANOTHEiulcad Infint w3 found on a vncant lot last evening by onicer Mont gomery. Mlt, D. A. linouCAX, tho nromlnont boolc Roller, Is lylngilangerously 111 nt Ills restdonco, No. 030 a streot nortliwost. The month's mind for tlio lato Kov. 1 r. llojlo will be, owing to tho liistor solemni ties, deferred until tlio coming week. Ukv. Fatiikii Alio, tlio vcucnblo pi? toret Ft. Mary's Ocrman Catholic Church, Is ngiln very low, and ltttlo hopes aro cntor tnlncd tor his rccorory....

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 April 1882

-m y )'! -y "w wsawmpa!'" n The Evening Ckitic. s FOURTEENTH YEAU. WASHINGTON, D. G, TUESDAY, APRIL 11,1882. mJMBBltd.MW, ftftrw: (2) i TAYLOE & HUETY, 933 Ponna. Avo., NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT Spring "Wraps! THE IiATICST AND MOST ELEGANT STYLES. RICH -BROCADED MOIRES, HEAVY SATIN DE LYONS, HANDSOME WALKING JACKETS. ChMreris Wraps HAVELOOKS, NEW bTYLB Vr.UY ATTRACTIVE Jackets & Sacques Tnj RE ARK 8nKUAL VKIIV DESIRABLE AND ErEfiAXi' New rATTEnvs iv Stiiekt Oaii- UXNTS, WblCh VkSKRVK THE NOTICE Ot IiADIFI of Taste, some especially suitablo for early spring training and tlio promenade. The goods for children are remarkable for their perfection of fit and fire material and n orkmanshlp. IIa e you seen our Easter Cards TAYLOR & HUPTY. SPECIALOTICES WAsniVTOV, April 10. 185 "We. the Journeymen plasterers ot Washington, demand 3 50 per day on and after April 12, issi. to be the standard wages lor the year 1932. 'I Ills demand la unanimous upon tlio part of the Jour- nes men p...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 April 1882

;"fP- V THE EVENING OKITIC, WASHINGTON, JJ. 0., TUESDAY, APEIL 11, 1882. 5"" Jfr i- THE EVENING CRITIC. l'ublishocl Bully (Sundays Excepted) BY T1IK EvonlngCrltlc PubllshtngCompany S1I NINTH BTltEET NOIlTItWKST, Washington, D.C. TERM SI BINtlLF. COPY ...... 8 CHN r nv OAltTtlKll. per Month. .. 35 OKNW BY MAIlilPostaee l'sMltlne Year I S" BY MAlMPo'taKe Paid) MX Moulin . Mall Subscription I in arlably In Advance. KVKNINO CniTIO l'llilUsltlNQ COMPANY, WiUntxIiTnV, D. C Entered t the Test Office In Washington M sec ond class matter, Tuesday, April 11, 1S82. Ex-SnxATor. Cosklino has put himself to tlio unnecessary troublo of calling tho bandit Slilphcnl.SclIers-Mic&wbcr a liar, ami nn "alllrmattvc Hat" at that. Every ono knew tho bandit Aval not only a ghouli but nlinrof thntklnd. TttE Chicago Tirir corrcsioudcnt calls Lying Tom James tlio Squelched 1'ost-mastcr-Ocncral James. Uencral Jamos, forsooth 1 General Is a purely military title. It carries with It tho flavor of war, of hard...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 April 1882

3Z rV&nrvti --7.H j? ?mapfm" THE EVEXETG OEITIO, WASHINGTON, X. 0., TUESDAY, APKTT, 1 1, 1882. Z3 I THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1S0S. WEATHER JUDICATIONS! Tho f poclnl bnllotlu Issued from tho Blgnal Ofllco to-ilny i-ayei The indications nro that jontinucd cold and rarlly cloudy wcathor will provt.ll to-rtny nnd to-morrow In New England and tho Middle At lantic States. LACHIIC LOCALS. TitK cases against tlio street railway companies nro set tor bearing to-morrow In the Pollco Court. , John T. Lehman will bulla iv dwelling on tho corner of Twoltth and L streets north, west at a cost oJ $0,000. Undeb tho now rules designating tho penitentiary at Buffalo, N. Y as tho. prison ior uisiric. cnminnis ten wero sen. mcroio day by Justlco Wylle Tiif. local ceimnltlro of tho Land Loagno will bo In session at Monro's Ilotol from tills tlmo on to receive and direct their visiting brethren to their various hotels. Detectives Coomei and Acton to-day recoTorcd a "kit" of tools Miluod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 April 1882

.aCBaTHfrniffrri .re ( -n -rw- jr-t "wsr., V ""' $rw Wv THE EVENTSTG CJtfTIO, WASIlTSrGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1882. m ;u, :t . v THE EVENING C1UTJL0. ICSTABLI8IIKD AUC1U9T. 1S0. PERTIWEHT PARAGRAPHS. The strcct-lampj will bo lighted at 7 li. in, ami extinguished nt !1 n. m. IH'itiNn tlio ritcsent fical ear, up to dale, l,4nfttlp;ii liaro been licensed. I.EVI lUiTLETt, n colored man, imiultoil Eliza Walter ami will upend thlrtfdnys In Jn.ll. The police mado twcnty-scrcn arrests during tho twenty-four hours ending at H a. m. The receipts of tlio Tax Collector's of nee for tho month of March amounted to f 10, 840.83. J. II. Yerker will Invest $1,000 on tho erection or a brick dwi llliiR on O street south cast, between Sixth and seventh. William Dor.sr.v was convicted to-day In the rnllco Court of carrying a pistol, and was sentenced to lay a Uno ol J20. The jury In tlio Circuit Court yesterday dcrlAted tho second will of Win. J. Vonl In. nl1d, which km 08 the first tho original...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 12 April 1882

cvwffi' iMWf-ifcifyl 4 The Evening Critic vPENTSy FOURTEENTH YEAU. WASHINGTON, D. G, WEDNESDAY, AIMUL 12, 18S2. NTJM23E11 d,U30. A - SfJFflffi! TAYLOR & HUFT Y, 933 Ponna. Avo.f NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT Spring "Wraps! THE LATEST AND MOST ELEGANT STYLES. RICH BROCADED MOIRES, HEAVY SATIN DE LYONS, HANDSOME WALKING JACKETS. Children's Wraps HAVELOOKS, NEW STYLE VERY ATTRACTIVE: Jackets & Sacques Tijkbe AnK Seerai Vi- nv D1.ttRAnx.12 and Elegant New Pattkbns in Sthket Gar ments, which Deskxivk tiif Notice ot Ladies of Taste, some especially suitable for early sptlog travelling and the promenade. The goods for children are remarkable for their perfection of fit and fine material and w orkmanshlp. Have j ou seen our Easter Cardf TAYLOR & HUPTY. WSkR, M. A. FENWICK, 634 H STREET JS54? n.w. House, feign and Ornameatal ralntlne. Kahomlnelug anduratnmg. Orders promptly attended to. ap9-6t THE INDI3 MINING AND REDUCTION UOMl'AWY, Capital Stock, 5O.000 Shares. The aboe namel Compa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 12 April 1882

niwwwm.mWMm m i"v5?wri "- i-ii T11TC KVENTNTG tnnTTO, WASHINGTON, 1. C1., WEDNESDAY, A PHIL 12, 1382. ' -mgwm',-vw THE EVENING CRITIC. l'ubllslioil Dully (Sumlays Hxonptod) HV TIDi EvenlngCrltlo Publishing Company SIl NINTH STRKirr XOUTHWKST. Wabiiinqtos, 1), u. TERMS! MNHI.K COPY a CKNTFI 11Y C'AItltll'.ll. per Month :I3 OKlsTl BY MAlI.IPoBtBEOl'KlillOnernr . .JIHO BY MAIMI'mlBKftl'iildiMs' Moulin $a..1 Mull Subscrlinlon 1 n variably In Advance. XVEKIKCI CIltTIO l'UIII.ISirtNH COMPANY. WAMIIMITKN, !.('. Entered nt the restOIHce In Washllistou as sec onl class initflcr. Wcclnosday, April 12, 1882 Tlir.Pcllgni.in Mil for npiiroprlaUn;; tlio lnmisof tlio Clioctaws is still being ttta cussed In the Scnitto. SiiIPIir.RD-Bcllors-Mlcaivbcr dalnn to liavo rights, llo has, ami one of tlicm Is tlo right to ho classed as n ghoul anil hyena. Tub Whlttakcr court-martial ought to sit on that hoy nt tlio l'cllcvuo Hospital, whoso nose U off, 'i'licy would establish tho fact that tho hoy hit It of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 12 April 1882

j.r- rwE'KS'ai aowtf-g rvrvm9 m, N i i THE lVEXrXG CailWO, "WASHINGTON, 1). C1., AVKDNKSDAY, APK1L 12, 1SS2. ga-seu... .. a THE EVENING C1UTIO. ESTABLISHED AMUST. 1A(1S. WEATHER INDICATIONS! Tho (special bntlotln lsiucil from tlio signal onuo Ui any say .... . . Fnlrnontlioi In Indicated lor Now Englim! nml iho Slldillo Atlantic Stntoa during tlio toit of McitncKilnVi followed Ijy IncrcnslntTclmily weather nnd nonMhly rain Ititho nrstnamol illetrlct tomorrow. Coiilirmntloiit Vo-tlordnj . Tho Bonato In ctccutlvo session joslciiliy lontlrmod tlio following nomination! utcr ling r. ltotindi, to bo rtihllo Frlntor, Uouflit 8. Clillton, to lio 1 nltcit States Consul nt l'ott Eiloi bnmtiel O. Wsht, to foo needier ot Full Ho Moncjs nt Cm. son city, Xctndn. Aliny Horgcnnt Cnrlor 1. lotinsmi, Third Cnvalry, to bo Second r.loutcnant of I'omtli Intatitiy, Corporal James E. Wilson, to bo hccoiid-Ltoulrnnnt of Fourth Infantry i heigeant John Stafford, llrst Caalry, to bo Second I.Ioiitonaiit ot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 12 April 1882

wtyTi TUBEVEOTTa OKITIO, WASHING TON, D. a, WEDNESDAY, APEtt 12, 1882. , tywrfrir J"" THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1R. PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. Tun street-lumps wilt lm lighted nt 7 p. ra. ana extinguished at 0 3(J n. in, THE nnllen initio ttrrntv.nlnn nrnt during tho twenty tour hours ending at I) a. ni. Tim Washington Troebcl Sorlcty moots thin GTontnt; nt Mrs. St. l. Lincoln', tll. it street northwest. Albert Stewart wnv sentenced to sixty days In Jail by Judco Sncll to-day fornsault lne Catherine Carey. Wm, Campjiell trespassed on tho pk Inn in tho Smithsonian grounds nu J was lino J ?5 by Judgo.8ncll to-day. Wm. SrAciRUDnn, John It. Morton and Charles Mchols, threo old tramps, wero son fenced to ninety dajs each lit llio workhouse, DKTrcTiVES McDevltt and Vosi to-d.iy recovered n cold necklaco nnd chain, over coat, Held clas, etc., recently stolen from No. 1325 r street. MAMA SwAIL, a colored woman, under, took to spnnk OeorRo Taylor, nwhlto child, yestorday, nnd aenrgo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 13 April 1882

Evening Critic. FOURTEENTH YEAR. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1882. NUMJ3EBd,U)I). (a) The STENTS TAYLOE & 1IOTTY, 933 Ponna. Avo Announce for next A GRAND OPENING of Ladles' and Misses' WHITE SUITS! H htte Law n BuIK 8 Inch rufUe, w ldc hem, eight lucks, o erklrt w 1th rnillo and df lit tucks, b usque with runie and eight tucks and lucked front, OlSTIiT $5.50. Another style, Double Uunie, throe txu In in (lte, drapery ovcrsklrt Itli tucked ruflle, banue with tucked niille, oatrxj-sr $e.oo. KLKCIANT SUIT IN WIIITR I.AAVK, with ioiip wide tucks In skirt and ru tiles of lawn mid Hamburg, double row nf Hamburg on overiklrt nnd basque cry handsome and nt reasonable laics. Exquisite Polka Dot Hamburg Suits Italf Mourning Hulls of fine Lawn with black trlnimlngs. Everything Elegant in Suits. KATE GREENWAY BOOKS, OUR AFTERNOON TEA. Hook will be Riven with each purchase. They ere Bold, with colored put ei, for ti.50.and plain with cloth covers for 1.50, at tho bookstores we giv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 13 April 1882

s ""WT? TUB EVENWG CUITIC WASnEffOTOIsr, D. C., TIITJBSDAY, AP1.1L 13, 1882. TW THE EVENING CRITIC. I'nbllsbcd Dally (Snml.iys Exroptcd) BY TIIH EvcnlnRCrltlo PubllshlngCompnny III NINTH BTllKKT NORTHWEST, Wasmnotov, D.C. TERMS: 8TNOI.15 COPY. .. .. 3 CENTS BV UAH1llr.lt, perMonlh ... ..SIUHNTH 11Y MAIMPostaRoralrtlOnoYoar JI.SO HY MAII.iPottaKe Paldjsli Months.. . ..- a.B Mall SubcrlptlonInvailably In Advance, Annnrs KVENINCI CnlTtO l-unMslftJCO COMPANY, WASiuviinf. D. 0. Entered at tbe Tost Office In Washington as sec ond class matter. Thursday, April 13, 1882. Tin: ScllRinnns did not succeed yesterday in getting tlioClioctaw lands. Next Monday there will bo itn effort rondo to suspend tho mlcs nnd pass an other nntl-Chlncsc bill. AND NOW coiuo Into court certain Mis Eourians, and, being duly questioned, say, "It was not Jcsso Jatncs, but somo other feller." Tun gas monopoly collects $77,000 from tho Government every year for gas In tho Departments, and $100,000 from tho city for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 13 April 1882

THM UVEN1XG OKITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY. APBIL 13, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUOPST - LACONIC LOCALS. Wm. It. Wn-t.i M9, ft illi huckster, was tlneil by Judge Hnrllto-dny for yolllng on tlio street, mid noted an appeal to tho Grand Jury. A rir.Ror slnno-battlo rrwc-il on tho Ave mio oppoplto llio Pension Ofllco lMt evening, between about twenty lmy and men, nii'I did r.otcomo to nn end until it pasorby nnd boon struck In tho tnce ttltli n Mono. So (irrosts vrcro made. Kate Mr.nEMTH appeared In tho Pollco Court to-Uny ngalnt Cliarlc? Lung'ion, n, colored boy, whom sho charged with assault ing her. Langston also chargod Mrs. More ill Hi with nssnultlng him, and Judgo Hnoll fined Mrs. Meredith (1 and dismissed tho capo ngnlnst Lnug&ton. Amoko the Imllrtlnjr permits Rrantod to day wero to J, F. lltissell, ono brick stable, to cost (l,50Oi F. W. Howard, store, on F atroot, near Tenth, to cost $4,000: Isaao 13. Jonos, to repair bouse, 111U fourteenth street. tl,'.20...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 13 April 1882

THE EVENTSTG .CRITIC, TVASITEN"GTON , J). O., TTIF1?STAV, AP11E ltf, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. KSTABLI8IIED AUGUST, ISO. YVEATHEH INDICATIONS. Tlio rpcclnl bulletin iMunt from tho Rlfrnnl Omco to-Uny sarai Fnlrwcnllicrlslndlcntpil forth" Inkoroftloii for lo-dny and to-morrow, nml cloarlnjr wcnllicr In tho OuURlatofl liy to-morrow morn Inm for tho Now England niid tho Mblrilo Atlantic Htnlosfalr weather H Indicated for to-day, followed by rntn In tlio aotitliern por tion of tho last named district to-night. PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. The street-lumps will bo Hglite.il nt 7 li. m. and extinguished nt 3:30 ft. ra. Tub pollco made twenty-sovon nrrosts during tho twenty-four hours ending at II it. m. TunnE was n ellglit firo yostoniay altar noon nt tho lionso of Mr. C. E. Baker, at tho corner of Mnth and M streets southeast. A sick and destitute- man named Goorgo Khacffcr was found lying on n vacant lot In Oeorcctown last evening and taken to tho hOPpltM. OFirrnuDE T. ABHFini.n lias enteral u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 14 April 1882

Evening Critic lL ENTSy JL J-i fi 2 FOURTEENTH YEAR. TAYLOE & HOTTY, 933 Ponna. Ave., Announce for next S.A-TTT:R,:D.A.ir A GRAND OPENING of Ladles' and Misses' WHITE SUITS! & White Lawn Snlts, 8 Inch mine, vv Mo lirm, clirlit lucks, overnklrt with rullleanil ehrht tucks, bMuue wlthrufllenndeUtlit lucks nnd tucked front, 03SrXi""5r $B.50. Another style. Double Unfile, tlireo tuck In runic, drapery oveiskht w 1th tucked ruuic,busiue with lucked ruflle, onsrij-y $6.00. ELEGANT SUIT IN WKITK LAWN, with lour vvldc tucks In skirt nnd rullle or lawn nnd Hamburg, aoubio row of Hamburg on oversklrt nnd basque very handsome nnd nt reasonable rates. Exquisite Polka Dot Hamburg Suita Half Mourning Suits of fine Lawn with black trimmings. Everything Elegant in Suits. KATE GREENWAY BOOKS, OUR AFTERNOON TEA. Hook will be given with each purchase. They aresold.wlth colored plates, for 9i.S0.and plain with cloth covers for 1.50, at the bookstores-no give them nway. TAYLOR & HUFTY. SPECI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 14 April 1882

''sw-r V&mffa-T7VWlefi, TIIE EVEOT3TG CRITIC, WASHINGTON, !D. C FRIDAY, APRIL 14, i882. TIIE EVENING 0IUT10. Tubllshcrt Dally (Sunflays Excepted) BvenlnsCrltlo PubllshlngCompany an ninth stukkt northwest, WaSMINOTOX, D. O. TERMS: SINGLE COrY......... . S CKNT8 BY CAltRIKll, per Month .-... ..3 ISKNTH BY MAIL (Postage Paid) One Year... . l.Bo BY M All, (Postago Paul) SU Month ia.an Mallljubscrlnilon Invariably In Advance. AonnKss BVKNING CRITIO PUBLISHING COMPANY, Washixotox, n. O. Entered at the Tost Ofllce In Washington m sec ond clafts matter. Friday," April" 14 1882 l'EitHArs Ifowgato lias gone, on another expedition to tlio North Polo. Bnr.wSTr.n is not tlio first Attorney General who derived his Tamo from tbo peculiarity of his turnout. In onnr.n to mate, his South Carolina follcy complete, Mr. Dicvrstcr should Issuo n few midnight orders. It would help along tho Liberal movement In the South. Lying Tom James' frlond Smith was ar rested yesterday in Philadelphia for libel. ...

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. — 14 April 1882

TUB "EVENING OBITIO, WASHINGTON, D. 0., 1TKIDAY, ArttlL. 11, 1882. u THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED APQU3T 18, AMUSEMENTS. "Kip Vnn Wlnltlo." Ono ot llio largost and most appreciative nurtleneca ovor known In thli clly nssomblod at tho Nntlonal Thcatro lust night to wltnos Mr, Jpiremon'a Inlmltablo rcptosontatlon of "Bin Van Winkle." Tho occasion was ono of rt continued ovnllon to Iho dlBtliiBUltaod actor. "Bin" will bo given to-night, nnd at to-morrow's mntlnoo and ovcnlngjiorformanco. "Tlio TonrlMs." A brilliant audienco gathorod at llio Opom JIoubo lost ovenlng to witness tlio lainous Pmltli k Mostnycr combination In their over blight nnd ntlractlvo spcclnlty, "Tho Tour, lets." To-night, to-morrow's matlnon and to morrow night aro tho last opportunities to soo this attractive portormanco. Oitern Xcxt TVrck. Tito Atidran Opera Oomlquo Company, from thollljou Opcrn-IIousc, nnd undor tho man. ngementot sir. jonn a. siccnuu, commencos a week's engagement at tho National Theatro on M...

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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