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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 21 April 1886

WJSW;PWWI 'jPUPgPPIHniHI.IUP HUyjiJiJ,J i UIJVIIW itPWllHJW uhjvi ryivTWr rv ' '"8' I-", T-ljnr- THE WASHINGTON 01UTI0, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1880. WASHINGTON CRITIC WASHINGTON, AI'llIL 21, 1830. AVTlill 37; OVinOKS. .Applications (lint Jfnto Unon 1'lleil llcforo Uio Commissioner. Tho Commissioners nro ovcrwliclmoil with nppllcntlona for olllco, which nro filed ns llicy arrived, nud nil ranmUi linnctctl upon up to tho proscut time. Some of tho applicants and tho olllcci they desire arc ns follows : Gcorgo II. Gridtlls and Bntmial K. Arnold would like to ho Intcndcnt of tho Washington Asylum; Marcollua Mnrccron, Onorgo Itclnhart and Jamcs.Lochbooler, mtir ltctmnster; Gcorgo Klllccn, Gcorgo Nutwcll nud Thomas Bchnopp, scaler of weights and measures; T. D. Tra pier, William II. Pope, Samuel G, Par Iter, A. N. Mnrr. W. II. Wonder, H. W. Darker, John II. Weddcrhourn, W. K. Kills, clerkships; C. 3. Jlattoon, assistant superintendent of parking; It. C. Jones nnd John W. Graham, sani...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 21 April 1886

"''sfl """''' ''"' ''M"'';'''":jrry: THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1886. ill BrHlB I m-w;- r ' ife-sae Es WASHINGTON C1UTLC wvatiiku ixvw inoxs. For Ihlity.lwn hours, for tlio Mlddlo At lantic Slates, light local rains, followed by 6lr vcntncr, siigiuiy warmer in mo norm rMi nmllnn. xtntluiinrv Irmtiorntllr." In tha tniithcrti norllon. vnrl itilo winds. For Thursday, fair weathorls Indicated for oil districts oast of tlio Mississippi lllcr, with slight change lu temperature. Tliri'iiKitiH'tcr Kcnillnu;, Thermometer readings for April !)1, lSfl: 8 a, in., 55) 7 a. in., 63j llTa. m., 02". April 20: Mean temperature, till0; sinx Imiim, SO"; minimum. 51; mean relative, humidity, 0. AMUsi:Mi:xrs, A ijia roll's Frank U. Hangs In "This Silver King." National Joseph Jefferson In "Cricket on tho Hearth" and "Lend Mo KlvoShll Hues." Tun lluou Wilbur Opera Company In "Olrofle-Olrolla.'' Heuzoo's "Fun on tlio Bristol." llAliTOVit Looan's McDowell it Wat eon's Comedy Compan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 April 1886

y wmmm "!m" Er'g'MMMBIIllWBlliWiWlIll LlJJIJ4JiVAlJMWUH'j;aH1Hfl.JhlMllWIBWWMlllttfl wiw sTfflnwiwf PWWRWWWIIl"!UPllWl'il!ll!!Ul.' jV'.MWViUULiJiJiyWilWWirW THE CRITIC. Tlio largo nml Incrcajhur tlrcillntlnti ot this pn i r rciuki s It nn Inrnlttnblo modlum for ad vertisers. 1 lio w ny to reach the largest num. licr of readers In tlio District of Columbia Is through tlio columns of The Ciutic. THE CRITIC. An Independent Now spincr, dovntod to tlio publication of tho news of tlio day In Its bildhtcst, bcit and moit Interesting sbipo, with proirptnosi, accuracy and Impartiality. Only :i-"rtH, n mnntli delivered by eni'lleiM, or 10 I'tN. by mull. tVniit. 1'ot'Nalo nntl I'evHOiinl ndH of II lmcM only !i."c, for. 't liini'i'tlon. 18TJT YEAlt-WIIOLE NO. 5,522. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, AP1UL 22, 1880. PItlCE TWO GENTS. 'M'wawSfl? MMnMBMBSiHBSiaHbLLii 1 The Washington Critic. I J l GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. Pcoplo.Who Called Upon the Presi dent To-day. THE BOND CALL AND THE BANKS. Now I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 April 1886

nwupr- -w MfrJM y7i- TOpm-TWiWi1" w & THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1886. ftT" IV L'-t i -! ii'l fit -;. K ' WASHINGTON CRITIC ruMUAttl Vally, Siinitayl SjcctpteJ. nr The Evening Critic Puhllslilng Company. 1IALLET Kll.ltOltnS, President. O-Cf loo, To. 0 ID StecootJ F08T BOILDIHO, WASIIINQTON. 1). V. FlmloCopy ".JE0"!' Hr Carrier 33 Centi Dy Mall, postngo pnM, ono year. SI.BO By Mall, postngo paldslx months. ...... S.50 Mall Subscriptions Invariably In adranco. Address THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, Washington, II. C. HICHAHD II. SYLYESTEH, - Editor WABIIINQTON, APK1L- 22. 1330. am: pehmanent exposition. Tho Now York World tho other day contained somo excellent nml very timely suggestions relative to tho cele bration of tho approaching centennial of tlio Constitution, anil remarked that it was tlmo now that tho plans for this great national commemoration were taking definite shape Tun Ciiitic, fully concurring with tho views of our esteemed contemporary on this subj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 April 1886

mmmm immmmp'rwwi'' '"errwtrr'i Yy53i&nmpmi " vr i ? THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TIITJ11SDAY EVENING, APIIIL 22, 1886. WASHINGTON CRITIC WASHINGTON, At'ltH, 23, 1880. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Governor IMngloy of Mnlnu Inform? "Cnrp" of tho Clovolanil Leader that Blnlno Is very linppy In his Jltilno homo. Ho Iim completed lita work nml Ignow lusting. When Governor Dlngloy visited him In January ho wns looking over tho last of tho proof dhoets ofiils last voltuno, nml at this tlmo It wns his hahlt to rlso early, tako a light breakfast, ntul spend tho morning and until 2 In tho afternoon In Ills literary labors. At 2 ho lunched with tho family, then took somo exercise, nnd spent tho remainder of tho day In social enjoyment. "HIalno's Ufa at his homo now,'' says Governor Dlngloy, "Is a strictly privato one. Whether ho will ho a candidate for the I'icsldciicy In 1888 I cannot say. I know that ho Is not a eandldato In tho woiklng senso to-day. Ho Is running no literary mircau, nor is no nsuing in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 April 1886

ESHKSEEUlEXfl 5HH555flfflRrWmWWIP tWwjaWwWJMnfWWWiWWW Huwh'h mgB;tyit)iffliwBi "t'w'-'Ww5K33 u wHWMnM THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1886. PHBEr m Wv Si M BR- 1,1 If i P I'fl N ' WASHINGTON CRITIC wjuatuuk ixow inoxs. For Ihltty-twoliouM, for tlio Middle At lantic States, fair weather, vsrlablo winds, stationary temperature l'or 1'ililay, fair woatlicr Is Indicated for all districts cast o( tlio Mississippi lllvcr, with no decided cbaugo In tem perature. Tlicrmninetrr ltenllnic Thermometer rcadlnns for April Si, 18SJj 8 a. in., G7; 7 a. m., G7i 11 a. m 71. April 21: Mean temperature, (Ui ,max Imuni.TS9; minimum, 61"! meau rcUtivo humidity, 74. AMUSICMUXIS. ALiiAfOii'i Frnuk C. Hangs In "The 8Uoi King." Nvu onai. Joseph JofTcrson In "Hip "Un Winkle." Tun Dmou Wilbur Opera Company In "La Mascotto." Hmwoo's "Fun on tbo llrlstol." llxiiTOVit LooaVs McDowell A Wat con's Comedy Company. The l'ANoiiiMi Second llattlo of Dull Hun, Fifteenth sticct ami Ohio flvenuo. viry ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 April 1886

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmz r-iiiiiwifwtw.wiwfijii it.ijjjK, ii uiWn IV 1lJI'(SH!WrajiiWiW wvimr THE CRITIC. t An Independent NoMipapor, devolod to tlio pnblluitlon of tlio nowsof tlio il.iy In lis brlalilpst best ninl mmt liitcroUIn? Mini, with tjroinptiiciu, accuracy and im partiality. Only .'US ctK. a month delivered 1 lio Inrco and lncrcnlr.K Circulation or llila I'll per renders It nil hivnluablo mo ilium for ndvertlacn. Tlio way to reach tlin Inrntitt miinlinr rif f-nnilf.r Itt tlilrfeltv P latlirouejh Iho columns of Tim Cnmc. Want, I'or Halo mill IVmoimI rnrrlrrH, 01 HI rt. by in all. nilN.nf.'t Much only S!.r. for :i ImsoHIoiih. 18Tir YEA11--AVII0LE NO. 5,523. WASHINGTON, D. 0., FRIDAY EVENING. APltll PIIICE TWO GENTS. ' THE WASHINGTON URITIC. if u " y .1 3 fflfll lA , 23, 1880. i l' I i H I GOVERNMENT GOSSIP! Additions to tho Pension Olfics Ex amining Board. CALLERS AT THE WHITE HOUSE. Iho I'rcnlilotil'H Special McnKO on tlio Labor (Juostlou. GENERAL, AND PERSONAL. District Bills Un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 April 1886

Miiisaiiis hcmmdM -rrrfriQmi$i iwwww wiiKfwynpn'p THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1886. IW)' 1 mUXsMHHMMaMHMMHBB.-iIIIIIIIIIIIKi0li;aIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKXr-aillllllllllllll j."- - - - .... ...wh-mwi. i i i - -.- niMl MM 1 ft ' 4 k ! ':! I ' if ft sffl S M WASHINGTON OIUTIO rulllthed Dally, Sundays Excepted. nr The Evening Critic Publishing Company. IIALLKT KILMOUHN. President. OiJCioo, 3STo. 0-11 3D Staroot Tost BCTLDINO, Washington, n. o. TF.KMSl , BtngloCopy V?Son.l, lly Carrier. S3 Cents lly Mall, postago paid, ono year.. $1.60 HyMall, postago paid, fix months,....,. 2.W Mall Subscriptions Invariably In advance Address THE WASHINGTON OHITIU, Wnslilneton, 1. 0. KICHAKl) II. SYLVl'STHK, lldltor WABIIINGTON, Al'IUfi SO, 1880. WANTF.II-A MAN. If there la n man In Congress who lins Independent views ou tlio labor question nud tlio nerve to oprc99ilicm, Incspcctlve of nil party or political considerations, now Is tho time for htm to show himself. A great emergency...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 April 1886

wwm.&,-stAr&mi'M.tiAmMli 'WJOWW ffWfTPBW JW J'l ' H.UJU J l4mWPf THE WASHINGTON ORITIO, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1886. 1" WW ??"$ pt- WASHINGTON CRITIC WASIUNOTON, Al'lttti S3, 1S80. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Tlio Nntlonnl Llbtnry, says "Cnrp" In tlio Clovclnml Leader, Is tho grout brnln reservoir or Uio Untied Stales. I might say tlio brnlii reservoir of tlio world, prist nrnl present, for It has everything of value, old and now, which has ever been printed. It Is complelo ns to tho workings of tho American mind. Everything In litera ture, music or art that Is copyrighted must be deposited hero, and hi thoso narrow quarters of the Capitol, piled up In storo boxes, squecrcd up Into shelves, and packed nvvny down In tho ground In tho crypt, nio hundreds of thousands of volumes, charts and pamphlets, each of which has con sumed days of labor, and somo a llfo tlmo of Intellectual work, Thero aro nearly 000,000 hooks, In tho llbrarv, and almost 200,000 pamphlets. Thoso will now bo bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 April 1886

'vw? THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1886. . i- Ml I !- f if ' ri t f I Uf V WASHINGTON CRITIC wr.ATiwn isnwAVioss, Tor thirty-two hours, for Uio Middle At Ifitillc States, fair weather, nearly stationary Icinpcrnturo, varlablo winds, generally chitting to southerly, For Saturday, fair weather Is Indicated for tlio districts bordering on tlio Atlantic, with uo decided chauges 111 temperature AMvsmtriTS. Auut'Olt'A l'rank 0. Hangs lu "TUo Silver King." National Joseph Jefferson In " ltlp Van Wlnklo." Tiik llwou Wilbur Opera Company lu "LaMajcottu." IlEiizon's "Vtin on the Hrlstol." Hahton A Looan's McDowell it Wat ton's Comedy Company. Tnr. 1'anoiiama Second Hattlo of Hull ltuu, niucnth street and Ohio avenue. airy svxoials. Nporlnl Itritiirdun In I'rlcci for Knster caids for Suudaj -schools at Whltakcr's. l.lfo IiiNiirnnro .iMHiirlnlloii. The National Mutual Ufa Association of this cltr, vv lib a cash capital of thirty thous and dollars, ranks pre-eminently high lu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 April 1886

VJWWIJI'HM p , i .ijjuj THE JCRITIC. An Independent Newspaper, dovotod to THE CRITIC. Tho largo and Increasing circulation ot this paper lenders It nn Invnhmbhi mo flluinfor advertisers, 'Jliowny to rcioli I ho InrficM number of renders In this city Is (lirouith (ho columns of 1m: C'niTlc. tVnut, for Hnlo mill IVrionnl iiiuiiuiiiicuiionoi mo ncvvsoi llio uay in J rjv Its brlKlitoM, lost nnd inon Interesting kWJ. KllllliO. Willi 1irnmn!ni. nnpnennit nM.I im rv7-1 rdtiiaiitr. ---- j wm,v i nni u minim ticiitrrru l.V cnrrhTHtor 10 rtH. by mall, mtH.ofit HiicmoiiI.VIMc. lof II luHprlinim. 18TIT YEAR-WHOLE NO. 5,524. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 2d, 1886. PRICE TWO (JEST 3. "THE WASHINGTON GRUHX I I I Sim Hi Ml lviA3 w GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. Various Official Changes in Treasury Department. the THE PRESIDENT'S CALLERS. Hovonuo Collodions Domimtla Kx port General nnd l'orsonul. Whlto llouso Cnllors. Among the President's callcis to-day wcro Representa tives Frederick, Foltou nnd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 April 1886

1Tit7!5tt'1ffyFr''?3f ' ' "mK'wr?iT'yT3w ""t'""' - ny-vpfTrTryu ?vj&-.&sE'rrn?niMiBaumammkM7m7SSl iftflwffiwihi ll!SVHlK$MMBflM fwwsw "Kaw''Wim ft umi pv www w "tjaiiitt w w wtaMmOtfeil TIIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 2.1, 1886. i 1 t : if i i '' hi WASHINGTON CRITIC I'ullUhed Dally, Sunday! KxcepteJ. nr The Evening Critlo Publishing Company. IIAI.I.13T KII.HOUHN. President. Oi?co, XTo. 04:1 3D Stroot 1'OSt MUILDINO, WASHINGTON. 11. O. TI3HMSI ,. . Single Copy .p-0"!' HyCnrrler cvnM Hy Mnll, postago pnlcl, ono year. SL w By Mall, postage paid, six months. ...... 3.50 JInll Subscriptions Invariably lu advnnco. Address TH13 WASHINGTON CUITIO, Washington, I. O. HICIIAltl) II. HYLV13STI3K, lMllur WASHINGTON, Al'IUL 21. 1880. ckisis-causii-cuhk. Jlr. Gould, speaking n3 n railway innnngcr, says that "competition" U vot "llio llfo of trmle," and that tho pooling system Is better not only for tho companies Interested, but for tho pcoplo who depend .upon thorn for tra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 April 1886

I ssmmwfTw- yrTmyVTF- - " -.m i. .- . r.. ; lu'rmiriini iniiiMjjj.u.uwurrcpTOTiillOrJWr MiMliMtadfciiliiiiiii MfliMirwwMWT TnE WASIIIlYGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1886. J.' I V ft WASHINGTON CRITIC WABII1NOTON, Al'Klh 21, 18S0. iiAMTr.it Monsisa. Urlclitly tliroticli tlio orient casement ltrcols the clay In now born splendor, AVhlln tlio moon In iclf-nbiscment l'alcs Into a crescent slender. Knster mornlnp; I lot thy dnwnltie Till anew tlio wondrous story, Every vnlo nnd Mil adorning Willi tlio sniilo of heaven's glory. Then, tlic dttj 8 of filoom nml salno8, Now, on empty rock-lionnil prison, Saints and anjrcls elntf In gladness; "Clirlst tho l.oril tills day Is risen." Jov for sQrrow now IIo clvclli, IlcolhiK hearts with urlcf nigh broken, Onco aaln with men Ho llrctli, Lovo Ills sccptro grace tlio token. Frnlso lllm nil j o liosts of heaven, Uter death nnd hell victorious, Victory unto lllm Is Riven Lord and master, ever glorious. Dully, like our master llvlnif, From...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 April 1886

S" w. y "( " f-,QPw -atfwyyyyf t ywrSlfW ffiUB." ft!? HftW WJ TBaJWWBfearWCiwBiBWaift WtfniJji l'.("V ' T THE WASHINGTON CRITIO, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1880. 1 i r u rt E :: If,' -.' S -"V f '( WASHINGTON OIIITIO u'VATuuii ixma itioxs. For llio Mlddlo Atlantic States, fair weather, la southern portion, local rains, followed liy (air weather In tlio northern nortloti.ttitlonary temperature In the south ern poitlon, slightly cooler In tho northern lioitlon, winds necomlntr variable. l'or Sunday, fair weather Is Indicated for the Middle-anil South Atlatitlcnud Uiistllult States, with slight changes In temperature. Thermometer ltpnillii. Thermometer readings for April 21, lSSdi 3 a. m C2; 7 n. m,, 03"; 11a. m., S. April 23: 'Mean temperature, 09.7''( max imum, 85"; minimum, M"; mean relative humidity, III. AMUSKMKXTS. A i.pa unit's Frank U. lhiigs In "Tho Silver King," . Nation-;, Joseph Jefferson in " Hip Vnn Winkle." Tin: Buou Wilbur Opera Company In "I.a Mascottc." llnuzoo's "1'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 April 1886

r T sw Vpf Ugjpy -TfWf Wffl!p. wmm SfwPlHWfffPlil'li'r" fSSSSJSWIPSaSS nlifffimiIWjl: w'T'' rTV 7- " T"""n " "? "SF IT "T "" W nrvrW9rV j THE CRITIC, THE CRiTiC. The WajshinCtTon .fie. Vil TIO. Tlio lnt-KO eml Increasing rlrriilal Ion of this paper renders It nn Invaluable inn ilium for niUcrthcrs. 'Iho way to roach tho lamest number of roadeM In this city Is throunh tlio columns of Ting dime. An Independent Ncw-papor, dcvolo'l to l - lliu iiuuii' iiuiii 111 nil- iHmni IIIU (HIV HI , 'a..tlv Its litlclili-l. !' mill 111 t Init-n-sllng ?,". fliHiic. Willi promptness, accuracy nml im Pl!X paitlallty. jl hiX, ll.ilt!!.. l(H. fl IIWIfl, ilf.ll.-,,..,., I Willi t, Ii'or Nnlu nml 1'orMonnl .. ........ m ... ,-....! - ...--. mlH.iil'Jl llni'H only !i."!p, rir it limcrlliiiiu liy i-nri'lci-", or IO el. Iij until. 18T11 YEAR-WHOLE NO. 5,525. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2G, 1880. PIUCE TWO CENTS. JJtSJL GOVERNMENT GOSSIP. Consular and Other Nominations Made by tho President. "MAIL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 April 1886

Kr wwnwiiHi iwiiipiniimniiii una iiibiiii i i ii w iHMMiipHSISSni I L I 1 , " ..L.'J -, . -, mnLL-mi-iafTMar.; ----- .--- . .....-. .. . ,..,. , 1- "" --i- ....-. .iiHi wimiww. i ,imi)lillllWlWWltllW0WWWimMtaiM'J'L't11HI.MJlulliiiliiillJ imjimxn 11 J i.j..ii.. p. .,,. ' v" -i -( fc1 -tmpjt-wwt jrf'XA. " irWT T3 ii ,- -rrf- I ni i iiTrillii ,i..iii V TIIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2G, 1886. w ip;;'W! jgSjjili.fat6 M?"j3B3SBS3EBffiiSflBIWHWWWWBWiSCTBBlffBBBHffWraaWWMWFyy' ' " Erfirwt'i j jMUJwwwiwaMWPPliWiiwiffltB "- 1 3P" v t m.i If : r r f ' i r v V . It i ' : PW ' ItH I If7 Hft." ', , WASHINGTON C1UTI0 TMlthtd DaUy, Sumlayt Excepted. nr The Evening Critic Publishing Company. HALLET KILllOUltN. l'rcsldont. O-CCico, XTo. Qtl ID Btroot Tost Bmujitw, AVASHlNaTON, V. a. TE11MSI , RlngloCopy -'2cn.t3 lly Carrier , 33 Cents lly Mall, postago paid, ono year. $1.60 By Mall, postage raid, six months....... 8,50 Mall Subscriptions Invariably In advauoo. Address TIIE WASHINGTON ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 April 1886

PMPMjM tii iv - V """ "W1 " 1 M"''H "vjy'.i"wtamy jnwpwmwmipyywwwpff ipn qmj vgpppppwij ! fi - ir t-- 'pPlt$$Pp'"' i r-" fvv y" THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2G, 1886. K i WASHINGTON ClUTIO WAS11IN0TON, ALMtli. 2H, 1830. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Tlio Huston Ihtonl, sficnklng of rm elderly gentlcmrm who lias bcconio n fearful niilsntico to his frlonils with his war yarns, snys tlint ho siutitcrcil Into n newspaper nllleu tho other day, took n chair bwlAo n Journnllstlc friend, pulled out n Centura and opened to tho map of n celebrated engagement. With a flgli, tho editor, who, by tho way, stuttera most disastrously, laid down Ids pen and prepared to bo bored for nil hour. Said tho vctoran! "Oh, this was n famous battlo, and how woll I rc member tho day and recall the scene. llow plainly this map recalls to my mind tho green Holds and dusty roads! Here, where my linger points, Is wheru the enemy tried to turn our loft Hank. Ilcrois wliero wo charged, driving them back in diso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 April 1886

iXjMiH fl!irts&HHMmmfttjy&itteniMn, ""sfss - -f -vrrvy" n p-'' --f.-7-i, wm-ijw r- TnE WASniKGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, AFUIL 20, 1880. Ik 4, I I w. fft 1 i.l y "t M I'; rr 1 14 r r l-X i ll ):i Hi WASHINGTON OIUTIO lVJ.'ATJIVU ISMVATIOX8. For 83 hours, for tUo Mlilillo Atlantic Slates, pcncrnlly fair weather, followed during Tuosdav by local raln; easterly, generally shifting to warmer southerly vtlmls. Ktir Tuesday, local rain nro Indicated for ttio Middle. Atlantic Stales, tlio Olilo Valley and lower lako region, with slightly warmer wcntlicr la tho Middle Atlantic mates. Tlicrnianii'tcr ItonilliiCH. Tliermometcr readlmjs for Airll St), 18S0: 8 a. Hi., 51; 7 a. In., D'Jj 11 a. in., 57. Apill &-i: Mean tcmiierattirc, W; max lmtiin,81i mlnlimiiii, M"i mean rolatlvc humidity, "l"; total precipitation, .tIncu, i - - AMVSKMHXTS. Auuvun'R Alfa Norman Opera Coin 1 mi) In "Tlic Mikado." NA.TIOSAI Tbolloston Meal Opera Com jiany In "Maid ot Houor." Tun lluotJ Wilbur Opera Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 27 April 1886

ItTyflWWIi? ffTf tiL THE GRlTiG. THE CR!T!G. Tho largo nml lncrcalnc circulation of tlil.i paper rentier It nn liivnluibln ao ilium r ir advertiser'. Tlio w.iv to reach tlm lnrjicst number t readers In this city Is thrpuuh tlio columns of Tin: C min . IVnnt, Vuv Halo und LVrxnnnl Ai. fvli-t'Cndnil Sprpirr, devoid lo fil.-V.r in' iiiiiiii'iiTvinur n.r i'i'tiif tin- imy m s V---1 11 brightest, ln-st nml in'.t Interfiling iil linlin u llli i.rrmiiitnnHB an............ .....I t... r.-'.fflWi ' '- ' UIMWr. niUUIHLI 1I11U III! i 'p partiality. '. (I ill A .'!.'? ('In. n month tloUvcnit liy ni iIi'ik. or Id In. Ii.v mull. nt'H.of.'l IIiii'h only JJ.ti'. for .' Iimi'i-tliiim. 18T1I YEA11--WII0LE NO. 5,520. WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1880. PJtICE TWO CENTS. jy'lri!llJWWPpW' SiJrtlHPP'iltl'l! tf ilgUMIlPWWAy-Mi'yi, BW.tffFW'qirwwrwr: The "Washington Obitio. Pit GOVERNMENT GOSSIt. Meeting of Iho Library Commission at tlio Interior Department. THE PRESIDENT'S CALLERS. I.orul ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 27 April 1886

,t T f ' ' "r' T r,rf li' THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1886. Mjr'jir"HiBijjiyicwryraqByiraparf!3 --' ''' m "' -- fr -J "'t i I'll' ' WASHINGTON OBIT JO J'iMlthtil Dally, Sundays Kxcepted. The Evening Critic Putillshlnrj Company. ItALIXT KILllOUHN, l'roslilont. OJ.EAco, XTo. O-il 3D Sta?oot) Ton BuiuiiNa, WABH1NOTON. 1. O. TliHMSl , RincioCorr -?ent; IlyKiTlcr. , 3J(ic,nJA Jly Mull, postage paid, ono year. 8J.M lly Mall, postage paid, six months....... 2.50 ilull Subscriptions Invariably In advanco. Addross Till! WASHINOTON CllITIO, Wiishlnglon, I). O. ItlOHAltl) I!. HYLVKSTr.ll, Kdltur WASHINGTON. Al'HIL 27, 1830. A SLNSIIILll V11TO, Tito President's veto of the bill for the prevention of tlio desecration of graves lu tlio District of Columbia shows how carefully Sir. Cleveland examines nil mnttcrs which como be fore him for notion. Tho bill provided for tinning over lo medical colleges tliu bodies of all who niny bo so unfor tunate as to die In tho poor-house. ...

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