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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 13 March 1890

WwWWWWMMMIHIMH The Washington Critic 22D YEAR NO. 6,742. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. THURSDAY EVENING, MARC1T KJ, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. KENTUCKY'S DEAD SON1. MR. TAULBEE'S BODY HALF HIDDEN BY FLOWERS. Tributes Troiu Many Friend" The I'll nornl Will Tnko IMaco To-Nlclit Tho Itmiinlnn to lio Tnkon to Ken tucky Mr. Klncnlil In Jnll, limine llio tiny hundreds of people, some of whom wcro admitted and more of whom were not, went to Zttrhorst's undertaking establishment on Pennsyl vania nvcnuo southeast where ox-ltopro-sciilallvc Taulbco's body still lies. The dead Kcntucklan's family had icqucstctl that none but friends bo allowed to sco the body, and their request was heeded. Tho black casket was half hidden by ccvcinl flno flower-pieces sent by friends. Most of tho pieces boro cards reading "From friends," or "A tilcnd," and ono handsome piece, rep resenting .1 cross, boro a card on wklch was written, "From friends at tho Itaymond," Mr. Taulbco's boarding house. The faco of tho dead man In the...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 13 March 1890

i.w mimm wti-mnn wmmi'tiijiMW unwmw"1"1"1"! "-' THE WASHINGTON (CRITIC, TltriiSDAY EVENING, MAROII Itf, 1890. "WASHINGTON rillTIC EifERV BUBNINO, m tub "WASHINGTON CKITU1 COUI'INV. 1IALLET MLHOUtN. I'hlmulnt. -H3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). O. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. EV MAlti rOTAOE meruit. Evening edition, onoyoar.. $5 00 rartof a year, per mouth CO Evening and Sunday moraine, ono year.. 7 00 fcnndaj morning edition, ono year -CO Mall subscriptions Invariably in advance. to city unvwiimi". (Delivered by carrier), Evening edition, nno month Wo. Evening and Sunday morning, one month Ma A(liIroi TIIC CRITIC, 111 D street, Washington, D. C. WASHINGTON, MAROII 13, 1800." A Ni:W AriMIUTIONMUNT. llefnio the Fifty-tlilul Con e;i ess can Iju clectal llioii) will bo a new Con!ios tional uppoitlotimcnl. Tho cunsu? tiiking of 1S00 will lmvoaulllciontly pro jnesswl to cn.iblu tlio Censii3 Superin tendent to givo tho population of States by totals bofoic tho year has expired, nnil tho pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 13 March 1890

-.lTJ.'- "WWMiiBWBM miwnTRwtm THE WASHINGTON CBITIO, TITTJBSDAY EVENING, MAEOIT 18, 1800. "THE CRITIC'S" CAMERA PICTURES OF MEN AND THINGS AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL. Ntrret Venders ns Weather 1'rnphot Their Vnrylnc Cries A Sclmiulnt; I.iiwjnr ISoHrilliic.lIouno Keepers' Grievances il)nn"nhil Ills iil'lus." Theso bright spring mornings, tho nlr In the industrial portions of Iho city is lllletl with cries of street vendors, many of which nro by uo means unmusical, nd nil moro or less curious. Who ever heard one of this class crying his wares by their light name? They generally manngcto distort It into some unintelli gible combination of sounds as uuliko the real name of the nrllclo they aro telling as the proverbial chalk is differ ent from tho suppositious chcoso. "When one of them does call out tho right namo of his goods ho is suro to follow it up with sonic variation of the word, as If ashamed of hiving been caught in tho act of being Intelligible. For instance, an old -colored man ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 13 March 1890

TJTE WASTIINGTON CllITTO, TITUFnSDAY EVENING, MAttCH 13, 1890. 4' i h: I r ' A 1 t , - WASlllKT()i C 1MTIC ozrr HVJsaiALH. Nprlnc I'Hinl)) For spring lamb ami Washington drossed IctfKo to .1. It. Kelly, Nlntli streot w.ng Cent to Market, ami N. L. Market, riftli ami K streets. Antioiiser.lliiscli, New Haex, December 13, 1839. 'ilie Anhuiscr-Busch Brewing Asoclut'on, II. Louis, Mo,: Gentlemen Tho sample of Faust Ilccr lately received from you for analysis lias In 100 parts by weight llio following compost lion: Total solid extract 0.850 Alcohol J.130 Carbonic acid gas..... 'IV Wntcr 89.373 100.000 tvttcmatlo starcdi lias failed to show tho presence of any ndulterunt, and tliocompo tlllon I; very simitar to that of tho licit Deer of Munich ami Vic una. Yours, etc., S. tt.Toiiov, 1 iofaor of Chemistry, Yalo College. Washington llianeh: rlrst street Hnd Virginia avonno "outhwest, FltANK SCHWAHZ, Manager. 'Phone, 31 1-1. I'alr Decline. 1'iilr Tonus mill it (lnoil Article In ilohu lluilil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 March 1890

-.-aSyama wim juauuiJu-jBg! . -c The Washington Ori 22D YEAK---NO. 0,74.3. WASHINGTON, D. O., FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH IX, 1.890. TRICE TWO CENTS. TIC. ARREARAGES OF TAXES. IMPORTANT DISTRICT MEASURES CONSIDERED BY THESENATE. Tho Clilcnc World' l'rtlr Illll Rb ported to tlio Oommltloo Tho Uhorolcco Outlet Work or Iloth Ilotiacg of Uotierosa, In tlio Bennto today tlio IIouso bill changing tho rate of Interest on arrcar ngo of general nnd special taxes In tlio District to 0 per cent. If paid boforo Jtino 80, 1800, was passed. Also House bill prescribing timos for sales and notices of sales In tho District for overdue taxes. Tlio IIouso amendments to tlio Ben nlo bills to vest tlio title of squaro 1093 In tlio vestry of Christ Churob parish, nnd for tho cbango of tho routo and termini of tho Anacostta Street Hill road, were concurred In. These bills bavo now passed both Houses. Tlio IIouso amendment toScnato bill to amend tho charter of tho Ecklngton nnd Soldiers' Homo Railroad Com pany, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 March 1890

jWWPWWWW' r TJIE WASHINGTON CIIITIO? FRIDAY EVENING, MABCII 14, 1890. r teWi J? tt.ici!( -ivausay rxaaj ta, jtiwwtiai Li t Ml I ! 1 1 1$ t. iriPi.eiHi mMrf iCRirifr ,Mi?fll5if5yfflis' i.niuis( " fti iviwtrsas&A 'lS&l!S3&n!ai 53vWfl3V- -jtrj EVERY BUENlNC Ill TIIK 11AS1IIMIION (III 111 (OIII'INV, HALLET lvIl.UOl UN. I'm u -it B43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, . C. TnitMS or subscription. iir mail rorAor rnm-uu Evening edition, ono j ear S3 00 J'artofuyenr. per month r 60 Evening nnd Sunday morning, one your.. 7 (K) fctindnj morning edition, one your SCO Mall subset lutlon Invariably m advance. tu cm Mm-cmnuM (Dullvcrcil liy cnirluM) Xvcnlng edition, onomontl 3.V). Ivcnhig and Sundav moinlng.ono month Wo Addrcs tiii: CIIITIC, 01)1) trcet, Washington, D. C. "WASHINGTON, MAItUlI 1 1, 1800. inn .nt hhnon av r.M.T. Senator llnthout's bill uuthoiiliig Ibo construction (ir u national roadway oi avcnuo liom this city to Mount Ver non Is ono which can be justified both on iinoti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 March 1890

sc?r""'i- "xiftuWrnff-'"-ifi""lt: THE 'WASHINGTON CRITIO, FBIDAY EVENING, MATtCTI M, 1800. I P "THE CRITIC'S" CAMERA. PICTUHES OF MEN AND THINGS AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL. A Jinn Trap In Judiciary Haiuiro An Jlncllsli Artist Hero Mllllonulro Lester's Doutli Konator Stanford's Hill mill What It Will Do. Purlng the pasl whiter a pathway has liccn worn on tho grass of Judiciary Square, from the City Hall to tho north cust corner of tho squaro and E street, liy the feet of passers-by, who tonk a Bhort cut In that direction. A fuw days ago tho authorities strung a wird a'lout a foot from the ground at each end of this pitliway. It makes ouo of tho finest man traps you ever saw, and curses not loud but deep are heard every night ns unwary pedestrians come into contact with It and measure their length on the ground. l.nst evening The Crime saw a well dressed and dignified old gcntlcnvm slowly striding along with his umbrolla before his face to koop off tho driving rnln. As ho reached E stree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 March 1890

-fP" ;f, THE WASHINGTON CKITIC, FTtlDAY EVENING, MABCH 14, 1890. 1 ' i 'S m 'I m . r I M 1) I S l WASHINGTON CRITIC OUT HrjlOlALS, Anhousor-Iltiscli, New Hayek, Doconibor 15, 1839. Tho Anhcusor-Dusch Browing Assoclat'on, 1 1 Louis, Mo. Oontlomen Tlio tamplo o( Faust Beer lately received from you tor analysis has la 100 parts by weight tho following composi tion; Total solid oxtract 0.990 Alcohol 3.330 Carbonluacld rus. 333 Water 89.373 100.000 rystcmatlo search has fallod to show tho prosonco of any adulterant, iiud thooompo tltlon Is Tory similar to that of tlio Best Boor of Munich nnd Vienna. Yours, etc., H. W. Joiinius, Professor of Chemistry. Yato Collogo. Washington Branch: First stroot and Virginia avonuo southwest, FltANK SCHWAHZ, Managor. rhono,3711. Fair Dealing, Fair Term nnil n Ooort Article la John Ittiddnn' Motto. Ho Bolls for cash, but scarcity of monoy need not doprlvo any ono of homo comforts. A small cash payment as an evidence, of Rood faith Is all that Is required...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 March 1890

The Washington Critic 22D YEAR NO. 6,744. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH L5, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. EULOGIES IN THE HOUSE WORDS OF PRAISE TOR THE LATE JUDGE KELLEY. Iho Mississippi Flood Congress Wilt I cml n Helping llnml Kxcltlns Session of the World' Fair Com uiltlco Other l'rocoodlnc. The Semite was not In session to ilny. The Itouso adopted n, resolution cull ing on tho Secretary of the Treasury for Information ns to whether tho Gov ernment Is tho owner or holder of any (if the first mortgage securities of any of tho Pacific railroads which were aided by tho Government, and tho amount, manner and authority by which tho same wcro acquired. Aiesolutlon was also adopted calling on the Secretary of AVar for infoimi Hon as to whether thcro is sufficient money and facilities at command of the War Department to guard the lev ecs and other works nnd plants of thu Government from destruction by tho prccent Hood, and, if not, to lopoit what may be necessary. Also to inform tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 March 1890

"USVWOTW "JZ I gw j-ygfawri wuwwg.w'' r r. IS ,i a V wittii ill nil i mw i ii WASHINGTON t'MTIC euerv bubnino. jit tub WAS1I1NHTON (."KIT 10 CUMI'ANV. 1LU.LET KILISOURN. 1'm.sim.NT. 613 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). C. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. jy mao, rosrvio: rituwiu Evening edition, ono year ! rattof aycnr, per mouth Eviulug anil Sunday morning, one yuar.. fcunday morning edition, one yur Wall subscriptions lnvnrlably m advance. 10 citv mriwiunnn. (Delivered by ratrhw Evening edition, 'iio month S3, Evening and bundiiy morning, ono mouth 503 Addio THE CRITIC, nil I) street, Washington, 1). C. "WASHINGTON, MAHOII l."i, 1890. iiii: vvoui.ii'.s imik. Tho sub-committee of the special committee of the House, which was in tmsted with thu preparation of a "Woi Id's Fair bill, has tlnlslieil itslabors ami has lepoitcd nnact in nineteen sec tions, which was piinteil exclusively in ycNteulny's Ouitk. Without evincing nny desheto boast of what was merely a timely publication of an impoit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 March 1890

jrtWwRy THE WASHINGTON CB1TI0, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 15, 181)0. THE CRITIC'S" CAMERA. PICTURES OF MEN AND THINGS AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL. l'rrslileut Harrison's friend A Curious Nlcltt In the Capital Grimmls A Ntrcnk or 1'iit unit n.Strcnk of r.onn" Kleptomaniacs In tlio Store, A frequent caller at tho White House Is a tnll, elderly man, with Iron-gray lmlr nnd beard, dressed in rough clothes, nnd wearing a broad-brimmed slouch hut nllltlo the worse for wear. Tlicsamo man is always seen at the meetings ot the Various llopubllcan as sociation? in this city, and nover fails to address them. When ho docs so It is with tho manner and tone oT a class leader or Sunday-school supcrlntcdcnt. "When referring to any previous speaker he alwoys alludes to him as "tho brother, and many other phrases which escape him Bhow that ho Is ac customed to church work. He Is Clem Studebaker, tho millionaire IJooslcr carriage manufacturer. Ho is a warm political and personal friend of Presi dent Harrison...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 March 1890

Tt ' --''vilTfieMmi'iviaipiTxr'nmanPiSiATwi 1 lv 4 1 A L TnE WAPrnKGTON OUTTIO, RATUTJDAY EVENING, MARCH 15, 1890. 15 I ', r f . i L ) i. f ) WABlUKtiTUjy CJUTLC vitx nyj;aiAJ,a, Anliousor-lliiscli, New IUien, December 13, 1839. 'flic Anheuser-Busch lirowlng Association, ht, Louis, Mo.: (Jenllomon Tho sample of Paust Deer lately retch cil from you for analysis Inn In ICO parts by weight tlio following composi tion' Total boIUI extract 0.330 Alcohol 3.090 I'mbonloaclil (jus 3.V5 Wuter , 8X173 100.000 tvbtomatlo search lias fullcil to show tho presence of nny adulterant, mnl the cotniio sltlon Is very slrallur to that of tho Host Peer of Munich and Vienna. Yours, oto., S. V. JdllNbllS, Ptufcsior of Chemistry, Yale Collego. Washington Drunch: I'irst street ami Virginia aotmu southwest, FKANIC SClIWAItZ, Manager. 'Miotic, 8TI-1. jtnlr Dealing, tiilr Term iiml a Onoil Artlclo Ik lolm ltmlilon'a Motto. Ho foils for eaib, but Rcarclty of money need not doprho anyone of homo comforts. Aumal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 March 1890

JTJ-, JKfmrivJiiwii im n m Jpw w i'ffii "iU'1CiUi The Washington Critic 22D YEAH NO. 0,74.5. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY, MARCH JO, 1890. PBICE TWO CENTS. J UDGEKELLEY PRAISED 'HIS MEMORY HONORED BY COL LEAGUES IN THE HOUSE. IMr I.nilge'n Kill lor National Hlrclliiit l.liiv-Tlie World' Fair CnnimlttPO In Session I)lsentiig tint AilniM lon or the Now States, The Senate was not In session yes terday. The IIouso adopted n resolution call- in? on the Sccrotary of tlio Treasury for information as to whether tlio Gov ernment is tho owner or holder of any of the llrst mortgage securities of nny of the 1'aclflc railroads which were aided by the Government, and tho amount, manner and authority by which the same wcro acquired. A resolution was also adopted calling on tho Secretary of War for Inform I tlonas to whutljf there is sulllcioiil liiouoy and facilities at command or the War Department to guard the lc ues and other works and plants of tho Government from destruction by thu present ilood,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 March 1890

-J" W-ffWrwcy 'I Tlli3 WASHINGTON OIUT1C, SUNDAY, MAKOH 1G,18U(). 1 V ft t i -L J I WASHINGTON OK ITIC AND SUNDAY CAPITA U BY TUB WAS1HNOTON UlllTItJ OOMl'ASV, 1IALLET KHilioUUJI. PnnsiDBNT. 013 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON. D. 0. TEHMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. IT MAIk-rOSTAUE rnEl'AII). Evening edition, ouo year S3 00 Part of a year, per month to Evening and Sunday morning, ono year.. T 00 Enndnj morning edition, ono year 3 00 Wall subscriptions Invariably lu advance to cut sUBscntnnns, (Dollvcrcd by cairlcrs). Evening edition, ono month 35c. Evening and Sunday morning, ouo mouth Mo Address THE CRITIC, OH D street, Washington, D. C. WASHINGTON, MAKCII 10, 1890. mi: Mississippi rr.oons. The resolution adopted by thu Homo of Iteprcscntatlves yesterday, calling on tlio Secretary of 'War to know -whether his Department was piepnrctl to guard the levees of the Lower Mississippi, nnd whether that Deportment or the llivcr Commission liml nny stonmcis which could bo util ized to save Imperilled ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 March 1890

. -iijiimaxxxj.j THE WASHINGTON CB1TIO, SUNDAY, MAltOII 10, 18U0. I IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. LUNCHES, TEAS AND DINNERS FOR THE EASTER HOLIDAYS. Mill llnrrlsnn nml Her nnurjlitor-ln-I.nn nil l'nlnlnr on China and l'orcelnln New nml 1'orsonnl Gossip About .Society 1'coplo. If tlie plans of tlio social world In re gard to entertainments for tlio Kastcr holi days arc carried out, that week will mark llio flood-tldo of luncheons, teas, dinners and evening routs for tho season. Promi nent In this list will bo a largo subscription pcrinnn by tho gentlemen and several balls in honor of tho Dancing Class. For the present week tho leading ovents arc! Monday In tho ovcnlnc Colonel and .Mrs. John Hay will clvo an Informal roceptloii In honor of General Armstrong of Hampton Coll ego. Tuesday 51 lis Clara Fleming will give a luncboin party. Tho Young People's Dancing Class will meet at the resldcuco of Colonel John Hay 1o celebrate the flfteouth birthday of his daughter Helen. Wednesday Mrs. Hearst w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 March 1890

Tijfp ' TTITC WASHINGTON C1UTT0, SUNDAY, TtfAUCH 1G, 1890. 'miQwvr w vsumaToy ckitit OXTT tU'JtOlALH. Anlicusor-lliHCIi. Nrir Havev, December 15, 1"39. rJh Auhonact Busch llrowltig Association, I 1 Louis, Mo HontlomonTho sample ot Faust llcor ln'cly ucolrod from you for analysis liai In I 9 arla by weight tho followlug compost II IB T tal solid oitracl 0330 Alcohol S.3M f arbonlc add gas Wi Ytafcr 8W75 100 OM S-Tturaatlo starch lias fullod to show tho prosoncoof any adulterant, anil thuoompo n'K'U Is very similar to that of tho Best floor of Munich and Vienna. Yours, oto., S. W.JollSSON, Professor of Chemistry, Yulo Colloga. V imhlngton Dianch; 1 1 ' street and Vlrglnlu avetiuo 'outhweit, 1'ltANK SCIIWAItZ, Man.igur 'Phono, an 1 Mr Dealing, fair Ttrtns utiil Gooil Artlrlu Is John Itiiddun's Motto. l!o tolls for cash, but scarcity of money mod not doprlro any ono. of homo comforts. A small cash payment us un cWdcncu of c id fnlth la all that Is required ntflrst, and lu'uru payments c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 March 1890

The Washington Critic. 22D YEAR- -N0. 6,740. WASHINGTON, D. C. MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 17, L890. P1UCE TWO CENTS. h & V PATRON SAINT OF ERIN. CELEBRATING 8T. PATRICK'S DAY IN WASHINGTON. Tlicro I No t'nrndp, but Irlalimon On to Church Inntond Wonrlnr; f tlio Oreon In Congress Tho Uvont Kliowhcre. St. Patrick's Day, ns usual, opened blustery and cold. Men wcro obsorved on tbo Btrcet wcnrlng green ribbons la tbo lnppcls of tboir coats In liou of tbo shamrock which blooms so beautifully on tho "ould sod" of Ireland, but thoro was no parado of the Irish knights nnd benevolent and tempcranco societies. Tho recurrenco of tho day which commemontes tbo birthday of St. Patrick was always mndo demonstra tive with a parado and n rovlow by tho President of the United States In front of tho White House, but theso parades wcro discontinued several years ago on acount of tho oxpenso attending them. Tbo day, which was generally ono of parades nnd convlvlnllty and banquets, is now observed quietly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 March 1890

'. '?, T1IE WASHINGTON OIIIT1C, MONDAY EVENING, HAOH 17, 1890. ; . ( -n,-i i miwWI K WASHINGTON CLUTIC ESiBRV BUENINC m tiih Vi'ASllINC.lON CltlTK) COAU'INV, HALLKT KlLHOl JIN, I'm -i hint. J3 D STREET NOUTHVVEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS 01' SUDSOHIITION. nv jrAiL i-cta(ie rnEi'Ain, Evening edition, ono j ear SD 00 rnttof a year. per month. BO Evening nnd Sunday morning, ono year.. 7 00 Sundai morning edition, ono year SOI) Mali subscriptions Invariably in advance. to city srnriunsn. (Dellvorod by carrlori). Evening edition, ono month 3So. Evening and Sunday nioinlng, ono month f0o Address THE CRITIC, 1)18 D street, Washington, D. C, WASHINGTON, MA11C1I 17, 1890. A Js'KUUKU UAltliOlt, The resolution which Senator Cam won has offered looking lo the con struction of a limbor of rufugo ut the month of Dclawniu Uuy suggosls u ruibllr work which should ho under taken without unnecessary delay. The disastrous experiences of the past win ter at that paitof tho Iaslern coast lend urgency to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 March 1890

THE WASHINGTON OR1TIO, MONDAY EVENING, MABCH 17, 18U0. "THEORITIO'SAMBIIA. PICTURES OF MEN AND THINGS AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL. "Yarns or tlio I'Monmticntnl I.itr" lloom In SotUlioiitorn l'ropiirty Engineer CommlMlonor Hubert Ailvlco Concerning; tlio Orln Cur, 'flio "Monumental Ltor" rodo down town last night on oar 17 of tlio Wash ington anil Georgetown Itailroatl. Ills talk was addressed to tuo driver, who occasionally mado a mouoaylabio re ply. A Critic reporter, who wa3 at the "front dash" smoking n "toophur" (25 cents), was an unwilling listener. A passing sprinkling cart first attracted the attention of tlio M. L. "Jly brother," said ho, "drovo ono of those carts up homo for twelve yours. Ho made fifty loads a day and hauled five tons each load. His entire work covered thirteen miles. At the suno timo ho was driver for ono of the volun teer firo companies. Tlio olllcum wuro elected each year, and for tweivu con secutive years ho was unanimously elected to Handle the hosscs. "Di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 March 1890

lillllXHIM'ilriliMUlilllJUili I JfBHWBWi &te. TS-1 iivvj TnE WASHINGTON OKITIC, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 17, 1890. kwiwdaaCT.afci .kmi I l i Iti I n it WASHINGTON CRITIC CITV HVtSVlALH. Win, 1), Clnrk A Co.'n KxcIusIto Spring Stjrlos This entorprMuK nml imimlar nrm, ollxlhly located at 811 Market biMco anil Ponnsylvn ula nvcnno. Is In dally receipt of sunoth dress fabrics. Ainomjtho late it arrivals Is n cliolco lotof printed lnilla silks. lio.iuLllul nnd delicate Chlneso toxturus of tliolr own rxeliiolto designs nuil Importations. This Is tho only hnuro In the city handling thoso lovely and delrnblc India sllk, which thoy uro disposing of at tho low fluroi of SI SI 85 and SI W por yard This firm Is rocolv Inir dally all tho nowcit designs In dross L'oods. and their cxcluslio stjles and oxcol lent ijuMlty aro irroally admired by tho la dles of tho Capital city and Its suburbs. Their storo always preienM a thorough busi ness appearance. The ladles eom to llko tills Btoio. judRlnR fr...

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