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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 March 1890

The Washington Okit ic 22D YEAH NO. 6,737. WASHINGTON, D. 0., IS AT CHID AY EVENING, MARCH 8, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. W . Newspaper Fraternity. THE Evening Critic AND THE Sunday Capital, With their Franchises, FOR SALE. Tho Evening Critic Newspaper, "With an cxclusivo franchise from tho United 1'ress Association for nn after noon paper, now In the twenty-second year of its publication, anil The Sunday Capital, with a telegraphic service from the New York Associated Press, 'now in the twentieth year of its publication. with their type, tronago nnd appurtenances, pa good will, to- gcther with a typo-rovolving Hoc perfecting single anil double press (costing when new $19,500, nnd equally ns good as new) nre offered for sale, nnd if not disposed of by private tfcaty beroro tho 10th of March will be sold on that date at public auction. There is but one other afternoon pa per published in Washington with its population of over 230,000 and only one morning paper. It is beliovcd that to comp...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 March 1890

!! -U ..smmmmJ JUe.-3j- ,.-v, J. THE WASHINGTON CIUTIC, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCUI 8,1890. It ft K. j K - k i I ,s i w i "WASHINGTON CIIITIC BMBRV BUBNING ni TUB tVASlIIMllON C KIT IN COMI'VNY. HALLET K1LUOURN. Piipidi NT. -H3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. jiTjiAiL rosTtuE rnti'iio. Ecnlng edition, ono year A 00 l'art of a year, por month go Evening and Sunday morning, one yo-ir.. 7 00 Sunday morning edition, onu jcnr 2 00 Mall subscription Invariably in advance. to cnx fonrninni (Delivered by carrier") Evening edition, ono month Tic. Evening and Sundaj morning, one month 80o Addrcis T11K CRITIC, BUD street, Washington, D. C, WASHINGTON, MA.lt.fJH 8, 1890. -MSOUT li:ilKVttAMi;i;iN(J, The 1)111 which Mr. McComns has Introduced in the House, to prevent the Sciryriinndciiiijj of Congressional dh tiiets in the sovoinl States, is coircct in principle. Utepeifoctiy trtio that the Sinks have long c.vcrciied full contiol over tlio mutter nml Hint the intcrfer nc...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 March 1890

THE WASHINGTON CBITIO, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 18U0. THE CRITIC'S" CAMERA. PICTURES OF MEN AND THINGS AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL. Genius In n Scissor Grinder Mnlio .Stnteliootl ltoomnrs GIiIgiiro's "World's 1'nlr Hustlers Col. Nixon it nnjoliior," Tlio "sweet bolls jangled, nnd out of lime," which denoto the presence, of a scissors grimier or a junk dealer, have long liccn one of tho standing mils'inces In the residential portion of tho city. Yesterday, however, a scissors Grinder lnnilo his appearance on Indiana avenue who was a nonius. IIo had arranged a row of cheap bells in such a manner as to form a scale, and by a simple but noiio the less iiiccnius contrivance the lovolutinns of tho wheel, as bo twaddled his machine over the pavement, caused lliem to play several simple and well luiown airs. If Idaho doesn't becomo a State during the picsent session of Congress it will nbt be owing to any lack of ox erlion on tho pait of her representatives nt tho Capital. A commtttco of six,...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 March 1890

TITE "WARTTINGTON nttTTO, RATXT"RT)AY EYENTNO, MAPtOH 8, 1890. "N XNllllNUTOiV CRITIC vzrr hvisujaijH. 1iniiiilnnt NotlU) (u Cmli llnjcrn. 1 iti! fiittlioruntlcel wlllofTcr l untlro Mock of Carpels, linns, 1 limit nro and Upholstery . ihIhiiI Actual Cost 'linns Cnsli, on or before dollxory, Act! no illKcauntH cun Ijo allowed 1-iirlng Oils phIo. full mid you Villi lioBurpilsod nt tho saving on III make In furnishing Tour IIoiik." cf mo Thomas 1), singleton, tivtlietn.w. Aiilioitsnr-llusuh, Nmv Umkn, December 15, lS3f. '' AnlimiserDu'cli llrowlng Association, M Louis, Mo.: (leutlcinon Tlio snmplo ot Faust llccr tutilj- tccolt cd from )ou for nuatysls Inn In ICO juris by weight tlio followlug composi tion. 'JotuUolId oxtrucl 0.930 Abobol .1.1)0 C utbonlc .tcld gas 3V5 Water SD.irs 100.000 r-yrietnatlofuarch lias failed to show tlio t tost til not uny ndullcr.int, und thocompo Htlon Is very rlmllar to that ot tlio Host Ilucr of Munich mid Vienna. Yours, etc, S. W. Johnson, lriifitir of ...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 March 1890

The Washington Cb inc. 22D YEAR NO. 6,738. WASHINGTON, 1). C., SUNDAY, MARCH i), 1H90. TRICE TWO CENTS. Newspaper Fraternity. THE Evening Critic Sunday Capital, With their Franchises, FOR SALE. The Evening Critic Newspaper, With iin exclusive franchise from tho United l'rm Association for an after noon paper, now in tho twenty-second year of Its publication, and The Sunday Capital, w 1th a telegraphic scrvico from tho New York Associated Press, now In tho twentieth year of Its publication, with their type, appurtenances, pa tronage and good will, to gether with a type-revolving IIoo peifectlng slnglo and doublo press (costing when new 10,500, and equally ns good as now) aro offered for sale, and If not disposed of by prlvato treaty beforo tho 10th 0 March will bo sold on that date at public auction. There is but ouo other afternoon pa per published in Washington with Its population of over 230,000 and only one morning paper. It Is believed that to competent and energetic newspaper m...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 March 1890

THE W AM11M.TON CIUTK SUNDAY, MAUCJI 9, 18ii(n VASIUK(rro.N CUtTIC SUIAY capiti:.. i Mvl f m mi. WASHINGTON ' It I I'M) COJII" NY, HALLBT hlLUOUtN. Piimunvr. 43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, I). C. TERMS 01' SUBSCRIPTION. 11V SUII. 1'OTAllB rilBI'Alll. Evening edition, ono year S 00 Part of n yenr. tier montli M) Evening and Sunday morning, ono yonr.. 7 Oil Eundnj morning edition, ouo joar a 00 .Mntl subscriptions Invariably in advance. to rtTV PDiwiiiiiFn'. (Delhered by carriers). Evening edition, nno montli 3."o. Ei cnlng and Sunday morning, ono montli 30o Addiess Tin: CltlTIC, DIIDsticct, Washington, 1). 0'. "WASHINGTON', MAItOII 1), 1800. ' Tin: ivn, sKitviri;. It is prnbnblo tliattlio investigation of tlio Civil Service Commitsion which hns just ended will lead to no sutlsfac toiy conclusion either way. The llotiso committee is veiy npt Jo take tlio ground that tlio business which they have mainly in hand is to uatch impar tially Into Uiowoiking of the system, nnd nce'ouliugl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 March 1890

IICIX(JWI """ . IfLK WASHINGTON CBlTJk SUNDAY, MAKOII 9, 18JM). IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. ONE OF THE GAYEST LENTEN SEA SONtJEVER KNOWN HERE. AVliI to ltnueo Polks Will Tukn HoutH rrn Trip Cnlilnnt Iticopllons ,n iioiincomoiits of Pnslilonalilo Ilvonts Interesting Personal Gossip, There Is (nil; on till slili s In society ot it revival of gaieties nftor Lent which shall tlvul tho London season. This year thoro ctctns a greater probability of accomplish ing this hcrctoforo iinaccomnllsbablo fo.it becaupo of tho largo nuiuhcr of halls and re ceptions postponed In the beginning of Fcb iiiary. It Is n dlfllcult matter, howaver, to loi ( tell anything definitely on thosiibject, rs the plan has boon attended always on liU'Vlonsocrnslons with n lamontablo fail ure. One thing, however, Is certain, and that Is that. thu present Lent, is tho gajest tier Known in tho social nnimlsof Wash Ington. Tuesday Tho Euicracucv Class will meet at tho usldctico of tho II awalian .Minister. It) the ovening Mr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 March 1890

THE WASHINGTON ClttTrO, StTNUVY, MATIOH f, 1890. , O THE FIELD OF SPORTS. Ilmobnll (losslp, Tlio lialtlmorc A'cui Is njilta'lnir a local nyndleato eclicmo tu take tlio Huh out of Ilia bauds of Vondcrhorst ami Harulo and let urn It to ma or I. nguo Com) my. "Kvcrj body Is sorry t lint tho llaUlmore Club la In tbo Atlantic Association, and yet few would bavo It return to tbo American Association and pass ouco moro under llio dominion of a man like Von dor Alio," says tbe Unltlmoro .Sun. Tbo Now YoiK 1'ieis slues tbo Leagtio Mtuatlon up tersely as follows; "Long beaded Sir. Bruih evidently holds tbo key to tbo baeoball situation. Tbo fattier of tbo classification rule, and Incidentally tbo father of tbo Uiotberbood Insurrection, tlocs tiot mean to fiet left." A. 0. Bpaldlnp; talcs this vlowof tho ro Ulllou: "This tiling bad to eouio. It was only a question of lime. You know na man (an start tip a business and mako a success of It without having tils employes lakoltlnto their beatls, at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 10 March 1890

The Washington 0 RITIO. 221) YEAR NO. 0,739. WASHINGTON, D. C. MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE DISTRICT'S AFFAIRS WASHINGTON'S INTERESTS CON SIDERED IN THE HOUSE. Hlinrlenlnc Term ot lmiirl.onmont ltiillroad I,ctliillntiUiktoa at Iu forest on Arrnnrnnni of Tiixm ClilcnRo' World's l'nlr lllll. The interest of the. past week In Con gressional circles hns centered In the In vestigation of secret-session leakages In which Mr. Dolph's committco has been engnged. That committco is now engaged in calllne; Senators as witnesses, and their examination may keep tho committco busy during a greator part of tho week. Tho general impression Is that with this examination tho investi gation will cense, nnd that the proposed imprisonment of rccnlcltrnnt newspaper witnesses will never tike place. Mr. Blair's Educational bill will oc cupy the Senate's afternoons during tho coming week, nnd nn effort will be mido to bring it to a vote Friday. If it up pears that this cannot bu dono...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 10 March 1890

THE WAHIIJJSU'JON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 10,1890. V ASIIIV.TO'N CIUTK' rKERV BVENINC nv Tin: UAS1IIM1ION (lit IK! COMI V, 1IALLET MLIIOFUN. 1'nr-uiitVT. 13 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASU1N0T0N, D. C. terms or SUIISCHIPTION. 1IT JIAII- riMTllIt VllBI'Alll Evening ec'ltlon, one scar.... S5 00 Part of a year, per month IW Evening and Sunday :n(irnlng,iino year . T 00 buudnj morning edition, otic year s 00 Xlall subcnptlcnis tnvnrlalils m aJvnnw. to im nuwniiiKin (Dollvored by currier). Fvrnlng oilll lun , ( no inont li 15o. Evening and Sundn morning, ono mouth 80o Addroi Tin: critic, tin D street, Washington, 1). C. v ASIIIXGTQy.MAHCH 10, ISilf). i A'Kiuiiniovi fot tho tlUpDslllon ofTm: dime mid Cni u, at ptivatu sale belli!; in progiess, tho iiijvoitlsed public ale at auction has been indefi nitely postponed. ;i;itin.MAM)i:i:iN(;. Tho Iniquitous woik that Is known by tills name bids fall to s-ip tho foun dations of lepie-enlatito government and of free Institutions. Xolthcr po Htlcal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 10 March 1890

THE WASHINGTON CKITIO, MONDAY KVENrNG, MAHOIi 10, IHiJO. THE CRITIC'S" 0AMBR.V PICTURES OF MEN AND THINGS AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL. Major (Inrilnnr nml Cnnily-M-tUor I'lcmnn In l'lsli In Vlorliln Iiliitui'ft Sagacious DolcRnton Onbrlol llrimd nml III Narrow lcnpo from Dentil. Two men who wcro thu vory antithe sis of onoU oilier In personal nppear nnco, except Unit thu faces and hands of hoth wcro deeply bronzeil by expos me to the snn, stood chatting together in tbo rotunda of Wllliird's Inst night. One was of herculean build and with an nldcrmnntc nllowancc'of siomacli. A full, brown benrd, slightly tinged with gray, fell far below his chet, and a wide brimmed slouch hat almost eti tticly concealed the upper part of Ida pleasant countenance. It was Major George- Y. Gardner of Cleveland, Ohio. Tbo other wris below Iho nilddlo holcbt, of slight but wiry build, ilo had an iron-gray mustache anil a keen, sharp expression on his face. Ills nnmo is II. I!. I'lerson, and I13 is re sponsibl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 10 March 1890

THE WASHINGTON CUITIC, MONDAY EVENTNG, MATtcn 10, 1890. U" W ASH J JNTGTOiNT CRITIC oirr HVJHJIALB Important Notlco to Cash lluj or. I ntll further notlco I wllloffor My entire stock of Carpets, Hugs, Furniture and Upholstery floods nt Acttinl Cost Terms Cash, on or beforo dcllvorv. And no discounts can he allowed Lurlnc this tnlo mil nod TOM Will bo surprised Bt the savins You will roako In furnishing your I louses of mo 1 nomas 1). ding JIB 7th st n. w. AnliMiiir-lIuicti. New Haven, December 15, 1830. Tlio Anhouscr-I)uch llrowlng Association, ft. Louis, Mo.i (Joutlcraen Tho samplo of Faust Bcor lutoly recolrcd from you for analysts lias In ICO parts by weight tlio following composi tion. Totul solid oxtract 0.430 Alcohol 3.3)0 larbonlcacld can 333 Water 8X37; 100.000 fcTStemnlle search 1ms failed to show tho 1'rcsonco of any Hdultorant, nnd thooompo- fcitlon Is Tory similar to that of tho Best Boer of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc., S. .Touson", Trofessor of Chomlstry, Yulo Collog...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 11 March 1890

-umM & The Washington C 22D YEAR NO. 6,740. WASHINGTON, D. O., TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH XI, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. MWiW KTTTfi TftULBEE DEAD. He Fxpires at Providence at 5 A. M. TO THE LAST For Some Days Hie Doctors Have Given Up Ail Hope, MR. KINCAID HAS BEEH REARRESTED Prostrated By Nervous Exhaustion and His Condition Serious. A Double Trogedy May no tlto Itosult trim Ex-Congressman Died Without Tolllac III Story of tlio Homicldo Ho Expressed No Uosontment Against tlio Correspondent From the First no "Was Suro His Death Mow Hud Keen Struck, and lie Would llccolvo No Encouragement Spreading the News Throughout the City Thp Grontcst Itegrot Ex pressed Seir-Dofcnuo "Will Do the Theory Advanced by the Lawyers A Formal Ohargo or Murder Has lleen Entorod Dotallod Account of tho Shooting. Just at C o'clock this morning came the changothatmadca homicide of tho Taulbce-Kincaid Bhooling at tho Capitol. For forty-eight hours past the end had been expected at almost any moment. The Kcntuck...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 11 March 1890

THE WASHINGTON (TUTIC, TUESDAY EVENING, MAIOn 11,1800. VVASlUMrTOX CIUTK' ,v EUBRV EUENlNU lit TUB washinoion ( nriH! roan IVY. 11ALLKT KtLllOURN. Pm-li.i nt 63 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. 0. TERMS Or HUUSOHIPTION. 11V MAlIi 1HMTAIIK I'nXI'AID Evening edition, ono jenr S 00 Part of n yenr, per month M Evening ami Sunday morning, ono yoar.. 7 Oil Snndnj morning edition, ono yoar 'J CO Moll subjcnptlous Invariably tn nilriincc. TO CITV M'llftf IIWMIS. (Delivered by nnrrluno. Evening edition, ono montl 3."o. Evening nml Sunday mumlng, ono month Mo Address tiii; CHITIC, t 01 J 1) stioot, Wellington, D. C. WASHINGTON, MiVItCII 11, 181)0. Tim M:(lt(ll.S Wll.l. STAY. Tlio discussion of the ruco question litis hail tlio elTeel of eliciUne; points of information which otherwise might linvc been ovei looked. It is simple matter of fnct tlntt the coloied man Is here, thnt he is for the most put n na tive mid thnt ho is from hentl to foot n fully endowed Anicilcnn clllon. Latterly, n (pi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 11 March 1890

ilHWKHmttWC THE "WASHINGTON CB1TI0, TUESDAY EVENING, MAKOII 11, 1890. 'THE CRITICS" CAMERA PICTURES OF MEN AND THINGS AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL. How Hnlnria Aro DIMictl Up A Sight flint Would Iliivo Pleased the Uyin or Sydney Smith t'rosltlotit Itiirrl miii When II o ..Unbends," How many readers of. Tun Onmo lmvo over seen one of tlioso hcautlfully ilccorntetl and tempting-looking salads which nro carved at public banquets disbed up? Very few, probably. A dime mnn, however, witnessed tho operation last night. A banquot was In progress nt ono of tho most popular and best-managed bostelrles In town. Tho exigencies of news gathering caused tho reporter fo penetrate into tho kitchen to obtain from . tho chtf some information about a matter cntlroly un connected with the banquet. "While thcro bo saw Eoveral waiters como In and nsk fornddltlonnl dishes of chicken fnlart. Tho celerity with which their de mands wcro filled was something little short of marvelous. Grabbing one of tho fnmlllar ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 11 March 1890

"T TITE WASHINGTON CK1TIC, TUESDAY EVENING, MAIiCH 11, 1890. I i ) 11 J WASHINGTON CRITIC axxr hvjcoialh Vnliiuo mid Handsome Htylos of l'ronoli Hnttcons, , Tlio buslnoss representative of Tub Cuttle. In making his dally tour nf tho prominent business ostnblljlimort", noticed thooponlng ot niw spring dross fabrics ut tho popular try goods houso of Messrs. W. I). Clack it vo , at on Ainmoi apaco una rcunsyivama nvcnuo northwest. Tlioo textures wcro of unusually handsorao colors nnd plcturoiqtto tloslgns, nnd that was tlio principal reason wliv i ho reporter stopped and mado somo In nulrios concerning llm nnmn nnd dual il' ity of tuciro superb oriental dross inurics. no was politely inrormou iiy tlio senior partner of tho firm that tho liana nomo goods which attracted your attention In passing our door aro called Kronen sat teens. They being our oxclualvo stylos, no other houso In the o'.ty ha tbom. Thoy woro Imported direct by our firm, and wo prldo ourselves by saylug thoy aro tho l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 12 March 1890

The Washington Critic. 22D YEAR NO. 6,741. WASHINGTON, D. C WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 12, 1890. TRICE TWO CENTS. BURIED IN HIS BRAIN. KINCAID'3 BULLET LOCATED THE AUTOPSY. BY Ilktlnculslind l'liynlclnna 1'roiont lit Dr. T.nmli'd Kxnmlniitton of Kx CongronMiian Tnulboo' lloily Dr. Towntliamt Holds an Inquest. "Willi Its front windows all darkened by tlie drnwn curtains, Zurhorst's un dertaking establishment nt 820 Penn sylvania avenuo southeast was an ob ject of Interest to half a hundred pco plu who stood about outsldo this mom ing. In tho workroom at tho back of the place, surrounded by coflln-boxcs and co flhi a waiting for customers, all that Is mortal of ex-Congressman TnulbcSMatd on a board, while hts still framo bore mute testimony to what ho had suffered during hU cloven days' Illness. Tho limbs wero scarcely mora than skin and bone and tho faco was wan and flcshless. Just to one sldo of and below tho left eye was a holo not bigger around than a lead pencil where the fatal bul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 12 March 1890

tMI- s- ""- WWKftlp'"- TIIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 12,1890. D1 w v m i ' U "WAS1UI(T() ('ll'PK1 I 'WJ6rfjjw, 3GS"A EUERV EliBNlNG. nx Tilt TTAMIIMITON I III l'H COXI I' HALLHT MLIlTiTIfN. I'iiliiihst. B13 D STREET" NORTHWEST, XVAMUNC.TON, I). 0. terms oi' subscription. nv juir, i ostaiii nir.rAii) Evening edition, onoj our , $3 (Hi Pnrt of a year, pcrninnth CO Evening nnd bunday morning, one your.. T 0(1 umlnj morning edition, otm yenr SCO Mall subscriptions Invariably In advance. to tiTY crnvimini". (Delivered by carrier,-). Exciting edition, ono month Via. Evening nnd flundaj morning, ono month 30o Address tim: CRITIC, smi) street, Washington, I). C. "VVASl IIXflTOX.MAIWJH IS, 181)0. i iiu liKiiiu.Mi v. (iri:si'io.N. ll Is now well understood that tho settlement of the llohiitie; Sea question will be upon the basis of an interna tional legulation of tho seal llsheiles of Hint sin. Tho frilled Stn'tos w 111 not ill Ibis limeas-eit its duini to exclusive jurisdi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 12 March 1890

HHBl-rkimt THE WASHINGTON CKITIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MABCII 12, 1800. SEIZING A BRITISHER. INTERNATIONAL COMPLICATIONS WILL PROBABLY RESULT. Tlio Crnlgenil, Though Flylnc the Union .limit, In Held iy a IVaililng: ton Constable IJcr Kelonso to lie llemnndcd by Iliiclnml. T.tosr, "Wash., March 12. About thrco weeks ngo tlio British ship Craig end arrived here for wheat. The next dny eighteen of her crow came aauoro mid refused to return, notwithstanding that they had signed nrtlclca for n two years' cruise. The captain was in structed by the British Consul at Port Townsend to treat tho men as deserters. The sailors then sued for their wacs, ami a justice of tlio peace then sent a constable to tnko charge of tho ship. The constable Is still In possession of the vessel, and refuses to permit her to bo moved. The Crnlgcnd was flying tho British ling nt tho time of her seizin o, and law yers say tho case Is sum to bring forth International complication. Tho British Consul at Port Townsend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 12 March 1890

I THE WASHINGTON CHITIO, TVET)NESDA.Y EVENING, MAXtOH 12, 1890. ia P mii rtt n i WASHINGTON CRITIC OITT Hl'JtSOXAZa, Spring Tjiu1i. For spring lamb and Washington rtronod bcof go to J. II. Kelly, Ninth strcot wine. Conlro Market, ami N. L. Market, Fifth ami K streets. Anliousor-Ituaoh, Nkw IIavkn, Deoombor 15, 1839. Tlio Anhcuscr-Iluscli llrowlng Assoclat'on, It. Louis, Mo.: Oontlomon Tlio samplo of Kaust Boor latoly received from you for analysis lias In 100 parts by weight tlio following composi tion: Total Bolld oxtract 0.830 Alcohol 3,300 Cnrbonlo acid gas TO Water 83.375 100.000 f-vstomatlo eoarcli lias failed to show tlio Iircsonco of any nduttorant, nnd tlio compo Billon Is very Blrallar to that of tlio Vest Doer of Munich and Vienna. Yours, oto., S. V. Johnson, Trofossor of Chomlstiy, Yalo Collogo. Washington llranch: First strcot and Virginia avonuo southwost, FRANK SCIIWARZ, Manager. Thono, 871-1. Fnlr Donllng, Irnlr Turin unil a Good Artlrlo U John ICuddnnV Mntto. Ho Bolt...

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