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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 14 April 1882

"t-jr vWi ' '"w-wwwvfr n g--gr the evening cmrric, Washington, d. a, pkidat, april, i, 1882. t ' THE EVENING 01UTI0. KSTABMBHKD AUGUST, ISO. Weather indications. Tho frteclil bulletin Issued trim Hi" Hiflnnl OMlcoto-dny sfrjs I'nlr weather nhd nearly stationary tempera ttiro Is Imllratcd for tin- lake legion. Iho Ohio vnlloy, U10 New Engliiul nml Middle Atlantic Blutcs lor to-day. PEnTIHEIITPAnAGRAPHS. TlIK street-lam) will liolljlitoJ nt 7:0 ri. m. nnd extinguished fit a !10n. in. Tub pollco mmlo tlilrty-ono nrrosU iluilng the twenty tour hours ending nt II ft. m. A slight flro occurred yesterday mom ma nt houso ho, 'M Thlrtoonlli streot northwest. Jons Joiinpov, n colorcil man. died nud denly laelnljtht nt tlio house ot Mary 1:311, on 1 street, vhoro ho vrns cmployeit. John JniiSBOK, tlio colored man wlioo audilen dentU last nlf-lit lioa been notoil, illod from the. effects ot n conrjcsittvo clillt. A suit was tutored to-itny by Clmloi T Smith nunlnst W. A. Abort for $2,(01 01) on...

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. — 15 April 1882

'flgipi iir'T pjniwKiT.j-WrT'; ?;-sA'"T'WiW n Fhe Evening Critic. 11 FOURTEENTH YEAR. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, AHUL 15,1882. NUMBER 4,102. MJENTJ TAYLOE & HUETY, 933 Ponna. Avo., Announce for next SA.TTJK.3DA.-X" A GRAND OPENING of LadtciV and Stlsws' WHITE SUITS! R White Lawn Suits, 8-Inch ruffle, wide hem, elfltat cks, o eroklrt with rullle and eight tucks, basUO v, ItU ruffle and eight tuck and tucked front, oisrxrsr $b.bo. Another sljle, Double Ituflle. three tucks In mnie. drapery oversklrt with tucked turtle, basque with tucked ruffle, ooxrxj-sr $e.oo. ELEGANT SUIT IN WHITn LAWN, with lour wide tucks In skirt and ruffles of lawn and Hamburg, double row of Hamburg on overaktrt and basque very handsome and at reasonable rates. Exquisite Polka Dot Hamburg Suits Half Mourning Suits of fine Lawn with black trimmings. Everything Elegant in Suits. KATE GREENWAY BOOKS, OUR AFTERNOON TEA. Book w ill be given with each purchase. They are sold, v, 1th colored plates, for ti.eo, an...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 15 April 1882

S!? -r'itTW5iiBWWfli3f?jq( "n'","WIS:r" t(i jircwx-- THE EVEiTIXG OKITIC, "WASHINGTON, D. 0 SATURDAY, APTJTL 15, 1882. o n THE EVENING CRITIC. Published Dully (Sundays Excepted) BY TDK HvenlngCrttlo P.ubllshlngCompany til NINTH BTUKKT NOnTnWEST, WaSIIINOTOX, D. C TERMS I BINOI.K COPY. ...... . a CKTT BY C1A1IRIKK, ptr Month IJt'lWM HY MAlI,(IrstaKeVaM)OneYrar ,$l.-in BY MAHj(l1tKlil'nlil)Mx Months.. .. $U.ll3 llallBnbscripllon Inrlnblj- In Advance. svkniso cniTio ruiHjHnisa compant, WAlTtyOTOVt P. O. Entered at the Test OfBc In Washington mb ond class matter. Sarurday,rApriTl5, 1882. Titr. Treasurer of Nowlwrry County, South Corollun, hits " skipped out,' Bomo tliousAiids of dollars of tho county money keeping him. company. Ho wu on ap pointee of Governor Hampton's. The satraps of Fonr-and-a-half street asked for $33,530 for tho "Enjinner's of fice." Tho Secretary of tho Treasury thought $20,030 enough, hut tho District Commltteo of tho Honso lias raised tho figures to $-l2.GG5, and...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 15 April 1882

--v &r- TIIE EVENING CKITIO, "WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, APTUI, 15, 1882. iwijFfrmrW? " "w4-v"vri" ii m 'it ii ' THE EVENING CRITIC. XBTABLISUED AttatJBT 1SBS. INCENDIARISM. Attempt to Hum (lie Iliilldlnc orilio Wnaliliigtou Endowment Aocln lion. This morning about 2 o'clock afire win dis covered in tho second story of tho nnlldlnR of tliO Washington Endowment Association, Oil F street, by some of tho omployos of tho iroorlcan District Telograph Company and an alarm turned In. Tho Tiro Department re sponded promptly ami tho flames woro ox tfngulshcd. Tho conflagration was tho work of incendiaries, who picked tho lock of tho front door, turned several of tho gas-Jots In tho second story Into such a position that tho desks and shelves were lsnttod and sot tiro to a bundle of wasto paper in tho prlvato offlco. Their object was evidently absolute malice, as nettling was Btolen. But for tho fact that they loft tho windows all closod and no draft wob possible, tho conflagration would...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 15 April 1882

?7" Tffin FiPW(ffr I. THE EVENING OBITIO, WASiriKGTCXN, D. C. SATURDAY, APItTL. 15, 18S2. xcrl I THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST. 1B. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tlio fpcclnl bulletin Issued from tho Signal Olllco to-day eftyiii mtr wcnthor Is Ilidlcntc-d Tor tho mko ro- lon. Now r.nclnnd niul tho Stlddlo Atlantic laics during Sunday, PEHT1HEHT PARAGRAPHS. Charles SAVOV trespassed on a nubile park ftnil has paid a t" fine. TnR police miiilo twcntr-clght nrrosts during the twonty-rour hours ending nt I) a.m. Beautiful iine of children's salts, nil nsos nnd nil prlcos, nt Noah Walker k Oo.'s, 0v!3 Pennsylvania avenue. Beautiful i.tkp of mon's diagonal, frock nnd cut-away cents, nt Nonh Wnlkor & Co.'s, 023 Pennsylvania nvcnuo. TltR body of a mnlo colored infant wis found Inst night on n lot between r nnd Frank lln nnd rourtli nnd Fifth streets. I.AnoitFlti were nt tvoik to-day under direction ot tho Tnrklng Commission, cutting grass In nearly nil tho public parks, Knv. fjEonoc II. ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 17 April 1882

The Evening Critic. VfJENT xmny FOURTEENTH YEAR. WASHINGTON, D. 0L, MONDAY, APRIL '17, 1SS2. NUMBER 4,103. .Tl hfk TAYLOE & HUETY, 933 Ponna. Avo. Attractions Extraordinary. ELEGANT NOVELTIES. WHITE SUITS! HANDSOME SATTEEN SUITS, Cremo Batteen with Muck Polka Dot, narrow ruffle on skirt, with deep puff above; Drapery overskirtwlth deep ruffle aud long looped sash back; bundsome lace garniture. OLIVE GREEN SATTEEN, Two rows box platting on skirt, and 18-tnchstdP platting above, full Drapery dverskirt, basque of new stylo figured Satteen.efegant lace trimming. WHITE AND MULL OREME. Elegant Costumes; cannot bo Appreciated by de scription, Mohair Ulsters! Linen Ulsters! Black Caslimcre Butts w 1th heavy Crape trim mings v cry rich and desliabte. More Kate Grccnw ay Hooks for our customers. TAYLOR & HUFTY. SPECfJajfOTfCES bABUSINESS meetino of thbpoto- mno. Fruit f Imwprs" I mnrnvempiit ('iiin nanv will be held at Moore's llall. W Ninth htreet norths est. TTJ1.SDAY. ISth, at 7 TO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 17 April 1882

T&tHlrs, Wf$AV ..'- V"t TI1E EVESTOSTG OTITIC, "WASHnSTOTOiSr, D. 0., MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1882. JJB9WV t t- KH THE EVENING CRITIC. Published Dally (Sundays ExceritoJ) BY TJ1W CvonlnRCrltlo PublloVilnqComnany bii Nixm STnEirr xorvntwiv'-r. WA9tVKT0M, B.C. TERMS! siNu.r. ipy. II V UMllllHn, pcrSlnnth .. IlY MAILrPOKtMePatrtlOne ejr . B CKWTB .T IhNTH $ I in BY MAlI.(lotnm'l,aM)Slv.W. I! 3.1 MallHtWrlptlon Invariant! subscription invarlaoiy ia . Advance. KVENISO CRiTio'runLismNo company, Wj'minwc.U.C, Entered lit the rest onice In Washington a, sec ond clas matter. Monday, AprlM7. 1SS2. The Itirtff Commission dobato Is to con t.ciif ".ntil tho 37th instant. The Richmond IHtpateh enlls Wayne MocVeagh a Republican. lie a JZepubll can 1 Ood Eavc the mark. Ecitose tho Knglish were to Insist that (iultctu is insanoand ought to bo pardoned, what would wo fay about It. - Feask K. Ward Is shrewd and crTter- prisinp as an advertiser. That Howgato tTick of his was a trump card. Jl'iicm Wylie d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 17 April 1882

w lili THE FJVEXITG GlttTIC, WASHINGTON P. C, MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1882. rW" nfj' "? v if m THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST IBB. LACOHIC LOCALS. Tlll.Mrict-lnmpi will bo lighted at 7 4"i p. m. ond ruing ileno-l nt 3.30 n. m. The r"' miulo sixteen nirests during tho twenty ff itr h,us ending Rt Oft. m, Aicckcw 3. tiron. of New York, wni ndinlucii mtiiotxirrf 'it's District thUm rn- Aucr Hovolas", colorcil, wis fined $10 by Judge Snell tj-dfly tot ntaultlng Annie Conncll. The fnlr of tho Cnpit.il Cltv dtiaril will Too opened this ovenlnK nt 8 o'oloek. Ex-Sona-lor U.K. Druco will raiuo tho opening ml Oreni There will lio music by l'roteswr Wcbcr. A ;incTis of tlio soldiers ami sailors, w n ncM nt Cosmopolitan Hull tsAturdtiy night to mod n national union fir tho protection of Iho rights onil intereiis of tho soldiers nnil nllors of the country, llcsolutlons woro ndoptcil looking to their inoro thorough or ganization. Tnr. rcpott of tho operations of tho Ma eonlc Hoard of nnllcf for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 17 April 1882

- ' vtw pfv w? THE EVESTHSTG CEITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY", APTCTL 17, 1882. i r-h THE EVENING ORITIO. ESTABLISHED AUGUST. Hfl. WEATHEIt 1HDICATIOH3. The upoclal bulletin la.ueil lrom tho Signal Office to-lny pays Tho Indications mo tlmt irarmir, fair rcft.tucrfiilprmnlllnthi Inko reRlon, Now EDfilnnil ana Sllddlo Atlantic States to day una to mcriow. PERTINENT PAnACRAPHSi If ATit.UA Urpnt'iJ made, threats toward Annlo HIM anil was to-day put under hor per. eoual bonds to keel) tho lcacc. Mim Ei.Ll Mutn, who lives nt No. 022 t.ctr iorkftrenne, narrowly oscapod serious Injury last nlglit ljy her presence ot mind. Tho joung lady's ilrem caught nro from n piece ot burning paper, nnd she succeeded In smothering tho flnino by wrapping n tabto cloth tightly around her. Miss Mulr escaped all Injur- except slight burns on hor hands. The quarterly report of tho. hoard of trustees of Calvary Baptist Church for April 1 shows ono of tho most prosperous quarters In tho history ot tho church....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 18 April 1882

Mill r The Evening Critic FOUllT-EENTH YEAR. WASHINGTON, D. G, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, .1832. NUMBER 4,101, """" TIP"' ',".?iHr y' 'W - F .S'wf' '' V -'ww7'iFs,3r ? ' tfiTOrw TT vff!,rt?r ', " I 1 BHH f VgENTf u TAYLOll & ffuTTY, 933 Ponna. Avo. Attractions Extraordinary. ELEGANT NOVELTIES. WHITE SUITS! rtfh HANDSOME SATTEEN SDIT3, Creme Sntteen with niacfc Polka Pot. narrow ruffle on skirt, with deep nniT above; Drapery ovcrsklrt with deep ruffle and long looped sash back; handsome lace garniture. OLIVE GREEN SATTEEN, Two rows box plaiting on skirt, and 18-tnch sldo plaiting above, full Drapery overalclrt, basque of new style figured Satteen, elegant lace trimmings. WHITE AND MULL OREME. Eleeant Costumes; cannot be appreciated by de scrip Ion, Mohair Ulsters ! Linen Ulsters! Black Cashmere Suits with heavy (iripe trim mings, very rich and desirable. More Kate Green way Hooks for our customers. TAYLOR & HUPTY. SPECIAL NOTICES. ADDBINB33 MBETIKO OP THEPOTO- mahl'mlt Growers' impro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 18 April 1882

fc,s.i. l MiiM'Hwlwiri-WiWMMHiW'l T"" THE EVENXSTG ClttTIO, WASHINGTON, X. 0., TUESDAY, APT.TL IS, 18S2. J' p . THE EVENING CRITIC. Published Dally (Sunrtnys Hioeptod) nv TJIK HvonlnRCrltlo Pmj!l8hlnBCompAny MI NINTH STItEKT NOIlTllvYKKT, Vr'AMlINBTOS, I), & TERMS I StNULKCOPY aCKNJ9 BT CAitnir.U, per Month . .. 11 CISNTH BY MAII.crmtaKeraldlOniMrar RV M A 1 1. fPmtfl.'n I'AlillHlx Months.. I PO $-1.-13 juaklnuDSCnrilon invniiaiuy til rtuwi- KVEinxa tniTic'ruiiLiHitiNa company, WACTtlVHTHVlKO. Entered at the rest OlTlee In Wnililniston h sec and class matter. Tuesday, "April 17, 1882. Accokdiko to Juilso Wylle, tho pro ceedings of tho Grand Jury would teem to be ahnnde. . They say tliat tlio Ecpullican 1 going to raovo Into tho Voit ImtMliij:. Tbat will bo liamly. They will then havo to buy only ciio copy of Tun Critic to mako up their local news from. It arpears that tho next political cam raiqu in Missouri is to lo fought over tho grave of Josso Jmnci. As far as heard from, pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 18 April 1882

f vW " "5 yii yvrti4qpfl jwir THE EVENING CRITIC, WASHINGTON, T. O., TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. K8TABLISHTt ATJOUBT l. LAC0Ii:CL0CAL3. Joseph UooKElt, a colored ilrovor, tlort a row's lieiirt nnd Its hind log toRothcr una wmflneiltiy Jii'lgo Snoll for cruolty toanl rnnls. Thomas Crtofs. ft youthful newsboy with tho dirtiest face en record, wits scntoncoil to upend two hoars In Jnll by Judgo Bnoll to- uny lor stealing aomo piuyusui lumuur. William Weottbr nml Geor;o Kraft plcndcd guilty to-day In tho Police Court to frescoing each other's faces Irt an artistic stylo nnawero lined 5 each lor making an affray. If entirely convenient and narccablo to tho Metropolitan and Washington ft aoorgo. town ltallrnad Companies tho cases Against them for Violating tlio license laws will bo tried on Batutday, OFonan W. Koke'. a colored man, was f cntcnccd to sixty days In Jail to day for carry ing concealed wenpons. Ocorgo drew n ro TolTerlsBtnlghtdurlngthe ball at tho Oall lean F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 18 April 1882

m TWfl T'q jew-- "w'pj THE EVENING CRITIC, WASITXTOTON, D. C. TUESDAY, APRTI 18, 1882. ! Uv a-.v I , hy. t U if Mi -. l; i THE EVENING 0R1TIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST, ISO. WEATHER INDICATIONS. The special bulletin Issued trom tho Signal omco ttMlny pays Tlnln Is Indicated for tholnko region to night nnd tomorrow anil lncrenlnj clouillnoisln h rnciiindnnd tho nortliorn portion otlho Middle, Htfttes to nlglit, with rntn to mot row. PERTINENT PARAOtlAPHS. The street-lumps will bo Hunted at 7.1) p. m. nnd cxtlligulshedatn SO a.m. The police niado forty-eight arrests during tho twenty four hours ending at t) a. m, JritnA Maxwfix, a vcnnrntlo tramp, ha", been handed ot or to tho authorities tor Fnro-fcecpmg. If tho correspondent slRtiliiK "C" will send his or her nnmo to this olllco tltocom immlcvulon will bo Insorted. Mrt. Taquit Lachftzkv, of tho Aus trian Legation, hail Ills locket picked yester day atternoon on tho Avenuo of a nlckol plated watch, Tiios. Huooks, a small loy, was coti Tlct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 19 April 1882

v,r- The Evening Critic. ! Ml WASHINGTON, D. G, WEDNESDAY, AP111L 1 9, 1882. FOURTEENTH YEAR. NUMBER d.,10 1, Jip' ( U ) Wnw TAYLOE & HTJETY, 933 Ponna. Avo. Attractions Extraordinary. ELEGANT NOVELTIES. WHITE SUITS! for HANDSOME SATTEEN SUITS, Creme Satteen with Black FolkaDot.n arrow rullle on Bklrt, with deep pair above: Drapery ovorskirt with deep runle ana long looped sash back; handsome laco garniture. OLIVE GREEN SATTEEtf, Two rows box pi a. ting on ftklrt, and IS-lnch elde plaiting above, full Drapery ovcraklrt, basque of new atyio ligurca sauecii, eie ilegaiu laco trimmings. WHITE AND MULL OREME. Elegant Costumes; cannot bo appreciated by de scription, Mohair Ulsters I Linon Ulsters! Black Cashmere Rults with heavy Crape trim mings, i ery rich and desirable. More Kate Greenvay Hooks for our customers. TAYLOE & HUFTY. SPECIAL NOTICES. CARD. I lierebv return mv thanks Tor tho svmmthy lately expressed by so many of my patrons, and take pleasure In announcing the roopen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 19 April 1882

MUMMiii tvy5i,i H' TIIE EYEXnSTG CRITIC, WASIIXKaTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY, APEIL,-19,JL8S2. ,-)-- t:-sit.JawcKtiS''l K S' BK U Tl Ul y , ? i t- ? . j : I I :.'f , 4 j THE EVENING UklTlC. Published Dally (Bandars Excepted) r Tim EvenlnRCrltlo PubllshlnnCompnny Oil HINTlt HTIIKET KDllTitWKHT, Wariiivotov, H. 0. TERMS siNOLP. rory HY CAHI'.lr.ll. tir JInnth . a C1WTH .1.1 uunth BY MAII(rcntnKFI'nlil)Onn Vnt BY MA!MftUeL1tM)lxMiihi ta.as MUBubscrltion InRrMi)y In A (U unco. XVKNIXU C11IT1C PUIlMSltlNO OOMrASY, WAwHlxnTnv, H.O. Entered at Ilia l'e.l Ofllce In Washington a o ond dans matter Wcdnosday, April 19, 1882. Don stories should bo written lu purp-lo Ink. Washington mi n Brcat man, but ho never yelled through tho hello end of it telephone. . Tun lying ttud venal Kcw York Tii.ic; nml other newspapers of Us elm', wilt jilcnso rovlvo tholr editorials on tho lllglit find downfall of Dorscy. 4 A timcmrTioM Is started for tho benefit of'Jceso James' widow. Munchausen-Shlp-herd might to subs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 19 April 1882

TIIJ3 EVE1STNG OKITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, -WEDNESDAY, APH1L. 19, 18S2. THE EVENING ORITIO. SSTAHUBttKn AUGUST IS". LACOHIC LOCALS. Lewis Itr.Kvr.s, rolornl. "at rtnnl (ft by Judge) Bnell to-day tor striking Ills wife. Kdwaht ltrtwos was finnl to-iliy fur assault and lur destroying prlrato pr .psny. TrtEpolIco tniiilo twcnty-nlno Btrcstnlur Ing tha twonty-lour h us ending at ulna a. ra. Mb. John N. macro, of tlio Health Office, was granted o patent to-day tor dn Itn proTcJ vaccinator. SFbank Dickson, who was convicted yesterday of carrying a raror, m to-lay acntencod to elxty Jays. Tun board of directors of tho ChM.ipiko k Ohio Canal wilt hold a meeting at Wlllard's Hotel on Friday, tlio 21l Instant. Wit. Lewis, colored, stolo a silver watch from Win. J. McConvoys and lias been ai nlgncd quarters tor sltty days at tlio Jail. Amaeiiia Dell, a colored newsboy, thirteen years ot age. was to-day aonl ti tlio lietorm School, at tlio rcijuost ot Ms aunt, for Incorrigibility. The following D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 19 April 1882

- -' --l--' - F7SV - -rtMdHBPv' $"& v THE EVENTS CKITIC, WASlTnTOTCXN, D. C. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1882. t t l v ' tr i V 5 c 3 , . I . nr THE EVENING OltlTIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST. ISO. WEATHER INDICATIONS. The sreclnl bulletin lssuod ltom tho 8lgnal Office to-dnysayai Tho Indications aro that rain will occur In tho New England nml Mlilillo Atlantic States to-day and to-morrow, rtecompanlod by high winds on tho const. Cloudy, rainy woathor nnd high, winds will prevAJl In tho i-iko region to day nml to-night, followeil by cold north, west winds to morrow morning and clearing weather. PERTIHCNT PARAGRAPHS. TllE (treat-lamps will bo lighted at 7:10 p. m. and extinguished at 0:30 a. m. The druggists of this city aro enthusi astic In their pralso of fit. Jacob's Oil. .Mrs. Amand v J. Hay has boon appoint ed guardian to tho orphan or. Albert Ray. It is "Stephen" and not "Pat" Kearney who has been detailed for duty at thoTVhlto Home. Pat's services aro lndlsponsablo at tho B. S P. depot. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 20 April 1882

The Evening Critic FOURTEENTH YEAR. WASHINGTON, T. C, THURSDAY, APltIL 20, 1882. NUMBER 4,101. r Wny ENW I f TAYLOE & HUETY, 933 Ponna. Avo., "Will Open on Saturday ladies' and lisses' Suits "Which will by fur mrpaM anything cer hrniiftl.t to this market for elegance and style. Anions the most attractive Will ho found French Nainsook Suits, IN WIItTU AND CREME. LINEN DB DAOOA SUITS, NEW AND desirable. LINEN DE INDE SUITS, choice novelties. Persian Lawn Suits, EXQUISITE GOODS. Muslin de Indo Suits, Handsome Sattoons, Scotch Ginghams, Novelties in Polka Dots, New Laco Dresses, New Wrap3. A number of tlio most attractive novelties of theseason will be shown. Koto O recuvv ay nooks still given aw ay. TAYLOR & HUFTY. SPECIALNOTICES. Ug-pTAXPAYERS BAVB YOUR MONEY. Before oaj Ing Special Assessments call at No. 4S5 bet entli st. n. vv., llooml. Consultation free. Offlce hours 0 a. m. to 5 p. in. and 7 p. m to 0 p. m, npaMf ' me NOTICE. The annual meeting ol tlio Stockholders of tho...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 20 April 1882

.--. V THE TCVJ3NTOG OHITTC, WASTIIXGTO, 17. 0., TlUTTtSDAT, APltlL 20, 1882. .yaw i P t ft' '? r. ft & . H it R ; i ifcf t; IM ;! 4 THE EVENING ORITtC. l'nblltbcd Unity (BUtHUys-UxceiUwl) 117111 Evening CrlUcIubll3hlngCompany Bit NINTH STIIKWT SOniRWRR1, wmwpiwii, u. a TERMS) BtNOM? C01T ... 3 t'RJg BY MAft ATtwrftAfcnftrtWilin'i'Twi'r'' $i.w BY MAil.troKlttSorftWiSUMiiHIii. .. t.'-3 MaUBiibierljufon lnvftrlahiy lu Advance. KVEKisa cnmo runi.t'wtiNa company. VAIIOTOt. 1). 13. F.ntrresJ M lh rl Olllce In Wiwliliitin aoseo ond else matter. Thursday, April 20. 18S2. Xo van wlio mariiM Ills mistresses li licicafter to bo allowed n Mt In Congress. H liasbcen declared lininornt. ".lc:llTY-TIY TIIOU'AJJD DOMAIN re- cciol nsn pciccntagoon frnuilultnt cotton claims would enable, almost any oris to intr ilmso an interest In a iiier of the charac ter of tlio .Ventoj IMlnau. Ir that great lieatlicn, "Hob" Injersoll, doubts the existence of boll he can lemovo lilsdoubUbyavlslt to tho Houso ...

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. — 20 April 1882

JiW ' f "'SB? yj-i"j- TTTE MENINCi CHITTC1. WASHINGTON, D. C, Tltt'RSDAY, APIUT, 20, 1882. pspsipsf"! THE EVENING OlllTIO. r.STABT.taHEB AUGUST I ROS, SOCIETY. Hint! Is tliilm.' On In III" fcnolnl World. Tin iilRlv ilirnirlralselTiMi ly tlio Mlwi 1i urIrm InHt cvonlnR lit theli Iiom, on I fttici t, wero o scent succpm anil lnilnod a Brent uti Ip, for thoiowns much more liln Irionlc tnlcnt illanlnyed tlmn rouM lio Irenmril ol Intho nvorngo nmatoiu perform nnec Tho uucfllR nimilod about H o'clock, ' niid m liftlf lwst II tho curtiilh wnro ilmwil riBldo, dlrcloslHK tin' (harming "Mm. Chill InKton preparing tnrocehn tho "Morning ('nil tf "Sir Mwnrrt Vidcnt. rim dlMngno l witty nnd tlio action was very iplilted. Mr. ftr-vim mul Mlm liimglanii vein Konulno pinlsu nnd npplnuio. MIbs Joitelni3 was ffmifif ftiill pn tty In a doie-eoloied, cuh moiouaitrmi Eown.iWtli Jnljot nt vlillo Ivs nml n blnndo 'fig wiikh miltod lior pino i nipleilon p rlecti . Jtr. Mm on,' inlrol, llrli and Hi IHc, nnd ...

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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