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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 February 1890

The Washington Critic. 22D YEAR NO. 6,72 1. WASHINGTON, D. Cm SUNDAY, ITEBHUAKY 23, 1890. PRTOB TWO CENTS. NEWS OF THE WORLD. DOMESTIC. Cincinnati lini adopted standard time. Vliiccr gold has been found In Northern llontona. Pitcher Illalr of the Chicago Club died lost night. AVilllam Lee killed Thomas Thornton nt IV est Wheeling, Annie Tlxloxhas recovered from horsud flcn attack of Illness. A splendid leo crop 1, making In tho Mo lina k lllvcr, New York. The clcctrlo light plnnt at Frecport, III., burned out. Loss, $33,000. The continued cold weather In Montana Is causing great loss of cattlo. Tlio explosion of n bollor In nn Omaha packlng-houso killed thrco men. Tramps stolo tho coins from a church corncr-stono nt Ilacltcnsnck, N. J. Schooner Laburman, from Halllfnx, Jan uary 8, for tho West Indies, has boon given tip for lost. The HaltlmOre schooner Mary L. Alton Js ashore Just west of Ocracoko Inlet, N". C ('low all safe. In a runaway accident nt Waverly, N. .7,, Mrs. Mary E. Ty...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 February 1890

if" vi.-..,.i THE WASHINGTON !RITIG, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1890. j Ft ? f f i I I m i'lSi rl l fef CELEBRATING HIS DAY. ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH GEORGE WASHINGTON. OF tCeniitirul TVcnllior-. (lay Crowd mid Itrllllnut Cuitiiiiun on tlio A unite Oldest liilinbltiitit Moot mid Dluo TliotiinimU or Visitors, When llic cordial fnco of Old Sol peeped over the eastern hills and began to fend his wnun smiles down upon the Capital ot llio nation ycsteulay morning thero was a spontaneous exclama tion ot thanks fiom thousands of grntuful throits that made tho routulnllons of the houses vibrato ami tho big broii7o Indian on tho dome of the Capitol tremble. As tho day god began to slowly ascend toward tho mo tldlan, llttlo patches of lleecy clouds t.kunleil nnd skimmed across the gicat expanse of clear bluo sky as if ashamed to show themselves on tho bosom f such a perfect llrmamout nnd dissolved into nothingness. This Is tho way Washington's biitlulny was ushered In at the city which bears tho nn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 February 1890

j jjt t .-ri TITE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 18130. GAIETY DURING LENT. REACTION AFTER A DULL STUPID SEASON. AND 11 Will riot lln All AbRllnonco During (ho I'tirty DajK Ihlollcotunl lln Intlnlntiit'iitn rrnJocKid Announce mints tor Coinlnc lhentu, Tlic mesent Lent is likely to bo marked by a (greater degree of gaiety thnn thnt which tho fashionable world lms known during tho season which enmc to a close on Ash Wednesday. Tmth totcll, thopnst winter has been nn exceptionally stupid one, marked by no gicat event of prominence ntnong the resident society, nnd, with the two notable exceptions of tho crushes at the cm d leceptlous of the Vice President ntid Postmaster General, singularly de void of In etna In olllclnl circles. It Jins been nn unsatlsfactoiy winter, iiindo up of Interruptions fraught with nadness nl'.Ki to those pcrsonnlly be reaved and tho fympntbllng public. Ifcrbofori' in tlfo history of Wash ington lms there been so largo a iittm bti of receptions and din...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 February 1890

" nwim.-mx0mn umilWi'iiWWH -xrtc nrunrf'uMn(uv v y , I vrti 1J?J(N W JirrMW5 THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1890. ti U h "L WASHINGTON CRITrC Hawkins, Covvkn & Huskett. 943 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASUIHOTON, D. C. TE11M3 OK SUllSCHIITiON. my mail-to'taiu: r-nzr-UD. Evening edition, one ear $5 CO rattjof a year, per moiitl M Evening and Sunday morning, ono year.. 0 Pfl Simdaj morning edition, ono yoar 1 " Mall subscriptions Invariably in advance. to city soufCninnns (Uollvcred by carriers). iTrilng edition, ono month 35c. Evening and Sunday morning, ono month 40a Sunday morning, thrco month..... SOo Addres TUB CKITIC, l)l) street, Washington, t. 0. LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST. Far the Dittrltl of Columbia, Dtlawire, uml JturyUiml, .-oulhr v u hitlt. riliiui jriu-vuii, Jutr weather; ii raw; WAIIINf.TON, FHIIKUAHV 211, 1S90. HOXHSTV IN TAXATION' Is till! bt)St policy. 1'aik .vismust nntl honest col lection. Just taxation would stop tlio intl.v tlcn of land values. "What wo nee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 February 1890

MgjjsiHfiTfHPHPP THE WASHINGTON ORITTO, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 18J0. f ,W SHE ELLA WHEELER ON MAN TELLS WHAT HE LOOKS IN WOMAN. FOR triint Slio Must lie. Do nml Sry to Find FavorWhen Ilonnty In Woman Is tsntUIAlng nml 1'nsclnntlnc to ntlio Lot (Is of Creation." topjrlaht, 1B00, by Tlio UokSj mllcato Press Iu spite of tho fnot that "many nion linvc many minds," nnd that Individual tastes differ ns greatly as features and tints, yet thcro aro certain tastes which nro essentially masculine tho world over. Wo havo nil often heard tho expres sion, "Oh, she is Just tho sort of woman men llkol" and wo all feel an imme diate, if sccict, interest in tho woman so referred to. Men aro tho rulers of tho world, and to plenso them is our aim and desire. Often, however, their tastes aro so paiadoxlcal that it would require n sevcn-licadcd Medusa to respond to air their varied nndcontiadlctory ideas. That n man likes beauty goes with out saying, as that a hoc likes flowers. But as tho bco only flutlo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 February 1890

" -iwyyw 1 1 imi;-iirnyiY'S m nnrT nin'f r'iTfjqn'T'ir 0 rnE "WASHINGTON CTMTIC, SUNDAY, FEBPOJAKY 21?, 1890. ""TSJpr 1H. I . '. i 1 1 ' ;'H is: K Mi Jil' S' PASTORS OF TIIE OITY. THEtn HOME LIFE, LITERARY HAB ITS AND HISTORIES. Vlvr of tjir Ministers ciT St. John's, Ilio 1'lrnt CnngrrgMloimt unit ' l"om ilrj M. r, Clnirrlu' Sunday Itciro.-itlnnn nnil Tlipnl re-doing, Ttev. George "William Douulai, In flllliifjtbe position of rector of St. John's T.plicopnl Church, enjoys the prestige ol ilelivcrlnc his scrmoni to tho moit Jnhlonnl)lo HUillcnco nt the National Capital. The church Is located on tho north-i-ast corner of Sixteenth and II streets Jiorthwoat. II Is one of tho oldest In lhc city, and is famous for Ihc beauty of Its Mnlncd glass windows, one pane of class nlono costing $'2.",000. Tlie jcsldcncoof the rector Is situated Just norlh of the church on Sixteenth street, and is a Mibstnntlnl throe-story, red lulck building with nn English base ment. The ha'.l, or ante room, Is h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 February 1890

TIIE W v pingtON ClllTIC, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1890. l MY FRIEND THE DUTCHMAN. J1Y I'ilP.DERICK HARDMAN, ( Continued ft om last Sunday,) CHAPTER HI. Hml Uio cuunlug but unlucky Van lltuiultz been n rogulnr rcador of tbo Theatre '.cilunq or journal of tho theatre ho would lmvo scon, In tbo ensuing number to that whenco ho do rlvcil his Information respecting Mademoiselle Sendcl's confirmed popu larity and advantageous engagoment, tho following short but Important pniaeraph: J'miATiM. In our yesterday's Ilnprcs (don nn error occurred, arising from a Mm ilaiily of names. It Is Frauktn Amclinc Hcndel who lias concluded with tbo Vienna Theatre an cnstaccim-nt equally advanta geous to herself and tho inuunfror. Iter elder sister, 1'rniileln llmilic, continues tho mgngement sho lias ulrcady hold for two seasons, as a supernumerary soubiotto. The amount stated jestcidny ns her salary noilld still ho correct, with tho abstraction of n ycro. Talent does not always run In families. This good-n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 February 1890

:t 8 TTIE "WASHINGTON CRITIC, SUNDAY, FEBIitTAItY 23, 1890. Wi I if r i u itaan r.& I r 1.4 P fcE Ifo 'tt I 1ft. ME Li IIs- P .' i. PROSPECTS FOR A CLUB. WALTEflHEWETT REASSERTSTHAT "THERE WILL BE ONE, JJut III lnnctlrlly U DUIioarlonliic to the Lovers of Uniobnll I'romlscs of SncccMful Ilnolna; Orciinlm tton Tutr Kotoi Puclllatlo Ileum, "So far &9 I am concerned," suld Mr. Hcwctt, yesterday, "Washington will Ijo In the Lcnguo during tlio coming ncaaon. I do not sco how tlio League cin do nnythlntr else than mako up n Kchcdulo for ten clubs. Brush of tho IndlRnapolls Club will uot sell, and I do not sco how they aio going to forco noyono out. "Still," continued Mr. Hcwctt, "I know nothing moro about tho feeling of the other Lcnguo mombcrs than I rend In the papers. What they nro going to do I cannot predict, and I am waiting or tho meeting to llnd out. "Until tho League meets very little will bo done. Things arc so unsettled at ptMentthat wo havodono as much as is practicabl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

rananri;; The Washington Critic 22D YEAR NO. 6,725. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY EVENING, FElttlUATiY 24, 1800. I'lUOE TWO CENTS. ""JJg" EXTRA. NEWS OF THE WORLD IN BRIEF. l.ocnl. The cast ten-foot alloy In square 710 has been ordered to be paved at n cost not to exceed 5402.93, lllslions l'nret of tlio Protestant Eptsco h1 church unit Hurst of tbo Methodist fcpltcopal church prcachod here yesterday. Word was received hero last evening of the death, nt CalsUIII, N. Y., of Miss Laura Sunderland, daughter of Hoy. Hyron Sun derland. K. 11. lllckey had lieon appointed by tho Commissioners ns Inspector on tho tem porary roll of tho engineer department at i0 per day. Mrs. l.aura O. Chant, tho eclobrated worker In the White Cross crusade, deliv ered an interesting address at Soul's Church last night "on "I'cllglous Progress Jn Kngland." William Seats was stabbed In tho sldo by Charles Leonard yesterday morning ilutlag a dispute over ten cents, near the corner of Twentieth and K streets. The wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

itmmnnm. WWW) i "fpwww5flP(WilIjSft!Si . mmmugOmH .ill i7.WWWi ',Ulf WMMfttiljaiMWWNIlM THE WASHINGTON CTOTIC, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24,1890. '4 VAS1IL( J TO.N C KIT IT ' Hawkins, Cowks A Bi'-kett. 943 13 STRKET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). C. TEHMS OF SL-DSORIITtOS. BV JIAII.-l'OITAMS VIIBIMID. Fvcnlnp crtit Ion, one year SI 00 I'nrtxcif n year, per month V) 1 vtiiltiRRtul Sumlny morning, one year., n oo Sumlnj intimitis edition, one year 1 i" Hall subscript loni Invariably m advance. to riTV unwnniEtn. (Delivered by wrrlern). Evening edition, i no month 3lo ItenhiK nnd Sunday morning, ono month -ioo Htndny rooming, tlirco month? Wo Addross Til 15 CKITIC, 015 It street, Wellington, D. C, LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST. For the District of Columbia, Pclawire mill JlnryUuul, threatening weather ual kiii; riitihtly itarmtr; touthcrly wlwti. Washington, Fhjiuuauy 21, 1800. CoMinr.ssMintild bnvono illlilctttty In Jlxin"? tlio law so that lottery agents would lio caught within its tolls. Klthor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

gfttr.'TmTt.Tw-mnmC: i,j,lu.jumBMWi TTIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENINO, FEIVRUARY 21, 1H90. POLICE AND LOTTERIES. REDOUBLED EFFORTS TO STOP THE WORK OF THE GAMBLERS. llow Lnw Violators Iscnped Tliwnrt Ine tlio Mibsldlrcd Counsel of ttio I.oiilslnnn Company Tout Cnso to llo Made Under Section 7(13. Tho police authorities of the city, encouraged by tho stand taken by Tim Ciiitic nRntnst tho Louisi ana Stnto Lottery, have redoubled their efforts to find some way of escape through tho meshes of tho net which the nct3 of Congress have forn:ud around them. They have again and airain tried to discover a law under which tho agents of tho great gambling institution might bo prosecuted and n case made. Kach tlmo they have been thwarted by thoshrowd and high pilced counsel employed by the company, who has studied with just as cmjcrnu eye and as active a seuso as they have. Tho police think that they have nt last found a way out of tho ditllculty, however, and in looking over the stat utes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

i-JWvPWWi mu!iiuiiwfliJniiw"winwiaiigniitiyiM wmm mMummm wwmm iuwmMsmhvmwari THE -WARniNGTON CTOTTC MOXDAY EYENTNa, FEBftTJAHY 24, 1890. wQWKt. Mh ip I; t OPINION OF MERCHANTS THEY CONDEMN THE LOUISIANA LOTTERY COMPANY. II Injures tho City's Ittialnoim laup1a do Without tlio Nctcmiirlos or l.lfe In llll) TicUol3omo of thn N .lines Ultoa II. The estimation lu which Ihc l.oiitsl iiiiii Lottery Is held by tuprcscntutlvo limitless men In Washington Is shown In Ihc inleivicwB printed below Those hlimv that the great niajoilty nf those holding poslllvo views on the subject :hvtiii)03cWo the lottery, mill recog nle the fnct thnt It ntleets business itijuiiovisly by cairylng nwiiv huge winis of nioncv that should bo spout hcic. Vciyfcw me willing to epress nppiovnl of It. Wti.MVM Dallantym: I have no means of hnowlnjj much nbout the iitiiounl of money that is sent out of town for lottery tickets; but I nni op posed to gambling; In nny form nnd think the lnws ngnlust it should be en foiud. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

Ti"U' i-hmthmTi ,llitlJJBBi The Washington Critic. 22D YEARNO. 0,725. WASHINGTON, D. 0 MONDAY EVENING, FElJllUAltY 2d, 1890. lJTUCE TWO OENT3. HLWS OF THE WOULD IN IWIEF. I.nrul. Bishops Tnrct of tlio Protestant Bplsco iiul cliurch ami Hurst of tlio Mctlioillat Lplscopal clmrcli prcaclieil hero jestcrday. Word was received licfo last ovcnlng of tlio death, at CatsMIl, N. Y , of Mls Laura Sunderland, daughter of Itov. Hyrou Sun dcrlnud. Mrs. Laura O. Chant, tho colobrnlcil worlterin tho Whltu Cross erusado, deliv ered an Interesting address nt All Soul's Church last night on "itcllglous Progress In Knglaud." William Scars was stabbed In tho sldo by Cliarks Leonard yesterday morning during n dl'puto over ten cents, near tlio corner of Twentieth and K streets. Tho wound Is Lot dangerous. Miss Allco Armstrong of 1828 Ninth street had her left anklo sprained by being thrown from her buggy, owing to U19 Uorso running away, while driving In tlio country yesterday altcrnoon. Itcv. Dr. Scott...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

..wcuwvr.ui Mtmw wmiHiiii wk ii waw8Hn3gr5.-?i. mummwnmiiWH MMmmMnMM(itmkM TIIE TVARIllNflTON CEITIO, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21,1890. i . w. n Asm Mi to (Mi i nc Hawkins, Cowls & Bc-Ki-.ri' 93 D STREET NORTHWEST, WAMIINl.TON, D. C. tkiijis of suuscmrriox. nt MAti-iiMrtiir rRKPMii. T. en mi! edition, 0110 j our g 00 Tart-of a year, per month 90 Evening and Sunday monilnir. one year., fl no fchiulnj morning edition, onoyonr 1 Mall subscriptions Invariably in advance. to rtTV ifjiritinii. 'Dollvured by onrrlori Eeinn cilitloit, otio montli SV) Evening niul Snnitny mornlnir.one month JOo tuniluy morning, three months Mo Addres Tim CRITIC, HIS I) street, Washington, 1). C. j.(k i muriiLii romicisr. lor Iht Dtttriel nf Columbia, Drlawtir iiml Jlaryhiiut, llmatiniiiq weather umt j ii ii iliqlitli warmer; nmtlifrly ipintlt. "vVAsiii.wro.Y, Fhiiuuvuv !'(, ISflO. - , . Cnxniii: should liuvuno dllllculty In il.xing llio law so thnt lottery agents would be caught w illiln Its tolls. Lltho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

TJfcUS WASUISTGTON OTITIC, MONDAY PJVBNTNO, FEBKUAIIV 24, 180U. POLICE AND LOTTERIES. REDOUBLED EFFORTS TO STOP THE WORK OF THE GAMBLERS. How J.aw Vlolutors Icupml Thwart ing (ho btilialdl70il Coniicl of tho l.oulnlium Cotnpiiny 1'iMt Orto to Jo alndo Under Suction 7(13, Tlio pollco nutlioritlus of tho city, encourngeil by tLo stand tnkcn by Tin: Cumc against tlio Louisl ana Stato Lottery, havo mloublcd their cllorts to find soma way of csenno tbiough tlio incslios or tlio net which tho acts of Congress have fonrcil around them. Tbuy bavo again and again tried to discover a law under which tho agents of tho groat gambling institution might be prosecuted and a case mode. hitch tlmo they havo been thvv nrted by tlioshrcwd and high priced rounse.1 employed by tho company, who has studied w 1th just as eager au eyo aud as active n sense as thoy havo. Tho police think ibnt they havo at last found a way out of tho dlllloulty, however, and in looking over tbo stat utes they have como upon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

wiirt -, rtrrsswcsnfter " rjwurtttowgufirtrtiottwpii THE WASHINGTON CTUTIO, MONDAY EVENING, FEBBUAHY 24, 1890. -Tr- - c r (w3i fetf w it ,1'' 1 l" ' i! tt lw.J !ir OPINION OF MERCHANTS THEY CONDEMN THE LOUISIANA LOTTERY COMPANY. 31 Injure tho City's lluslnoss I'oupln Uo Without tho Nocos-iirlos )T I. If" lo lluj- Tickets Some of tho Names UWon It. . Tho estimation In which tho Louisi ana Lottery Is held by lcprcscntallvo business men In Washington Is shown In tho Intctvlows printed below. Thcso show that tho great majority of thoso holding postlivo views ou tho subject nrc opposed to tho lottery, nud rccog ni7o tho fact that It ullecls business Injuriously by carrying away largo minis of money that should bo spent here. Very fow nro willing to express approval of It. William Uallantvne I havo no melius of knowing much about tho amount of money that Is sent out of town for lottery tickets; but I am op posed to gambling In any form and ihlnk the laws against it should bo en forced. I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

mm-tftvrc esrrvt& & nr-wrw The Washington Critic 22D YEAR NO. (5,725. WASHINGTON, T. C MONDAY .10 VEXING, MJUlUAllY 21, .1800. raiOE TWO O.BNTS. i,TwK?SiS8'?f5fi: HEWS OF THE WORLD III DiUEF. Locals The cast ten-foot alloy In sauaro 719 Inn liecn ordered to be parcel nt a cost not to exceed $302.83. lllsbops l'arct of tlio 1'iotcstntit Kplseo Jitil church and ilurst of tlio Mothodlst lpttropil church preached hero yesterday. Word was received here last evening of the death, nt Cntaklll, X. T of Miss Laura Sunderland, daughter of Key. Myron Sun derland. U. 11. lllckr.y has been nppolnicd by the Commissioners na Inspector on tho tem porary roll of the engineer department nt M) per day. William Scars was stabbed In tho side by Chailcs Leonard yesterday morning during a disputo over ten cents, near the comer of Twentieth and K streets, The wound Is not dangerous. Miss Alice Armstrong ot 18W Ninth street had her left nnklo sprained by bclug thrown from her buggy, owlngto tho hors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

-Jt 5WHW H4MMi W. hu .- M twtaO Aj-iA- ; 5, rjpv. v-n&sFzmpjssamamje - sr Tfinr y;;asKiiwtttwi., mmmmmmmmtmm y(MMIMMMieMM THE WASHINGTON CK1TK MONDAY EVENING, FEIUIUAUY 24, 185)0. 1 ,f fc v f P ; , K f WASHINGTON CK1T1C Hawkins, Cdvvhk & Bupkktt. BI3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, I). 0. tkhms op sunscmrrtoN. nv vmil-iostaih. lniirvii) Evcnltij edition, ono year 55 00 l'artof ayenr, permoiith M KtciiIiik and Suudoy inornltiR, one yonr.. 0 00 feimdui morning edition, ono year 1 '-IS Mull subscriptions Invariably in advance. to citt suricninr;in (Uollvorod by carrier). ricnlnc edition,' no inonlli IVo 1 vcnlng nnd Sunday morning, ono month Oi t inday mornlnp, tlitco months 30o Address TIIK CHITIC, 0111) street, Washington, D C. LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST. 1'or the Distiict of Columbia, Dtlawire ami Maryland, thnalcnmg ueather ami am; slightly uarmer, southerly wiiitli Washington, rcimuvuY 21, 1801. Conoukss should hnveno elllllculty In fi.xlng tlio law so Hint lottery ngents xvou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

a TIIE WASHINGTON Ml?ITin MONDAY IDVENINO, FEUHUAin 21, lwiK). -i POLICE AND LOTTERIES. REDOUBLED EFFORTS TO STOP THE WORK OF THE GAMBLERS. How Law Violator Icn)ml Thwart ing tlio stibalillr.mt Oiiniiiicil of tlio I.niilnlHtiii Company Tt (Juno to Ho AlHiln Umlor Soctlmi 7(13. Tlio pollco nutliorltics of tho clly, cncoitrnged by tho slnnd tnkun by Tim CniTia ngnlnst tlio Louis! mm Btnto Lottery, lmvo redoubled tlicir elloits to And soma way of ejenno through tho meshos of tlio net which tho nets of Congress lmvo forn id mound them. They havo nijnlu mid nirnlti tried to dlseovur n Inw under which tlio ngi-nts of tho groat u'umbllii Institution might, ho prosecuted and u ense inndc. Knch time they huvo been thwnrted by tlioshrowd nnd'hlgli priced ccunscl employed by the company, who him studied with just ns eager an eyo and ns nctlvc a senso us thoy linvo. Tho pollcu think that they havo al Inst found a way out of the dlfllculty, however, mid In looklntr over tho stnt utcs they linvo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 February 1890

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Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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