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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 April 1890

The Washington Critic. 22D YEARNO. 6,702. WASHINGTON, D. O.. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APK1L 2, 1800. PRICE TWO CENTS. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL EASTER SALE OF- vjf JL- xj LADIES'. An Illustration of tho Special Prices for Ibis year's salo are tho OGc. Preneh Kid Olovcs for 89c. . Thoy conio ia all the new spring tints. Every pair war ranted. If you ask It, fitted to tho hand and at our risk. The $1.25 Undressed Kid Mousquc talro Gloves arc offered for $1.10. Every pair warranted. A quality equaling the 1.48 Glovc3 of tho credit stores. ThePALAISROY Corner 12th St. and Pa. Aver SEW OCKAN KAOLK. 'Jho Now Ocean llncor Majestic Starts X'rom ltlvorpnol. Livniirooi,, April 2. Largo crowds gathered tit tho pier of the "Whlto Star Steamship Company to-day to witness the departure of the magnificent co v ocean racer, tho Majestic, on her maiden trio to America. She car ried a full complement of passun frets. Among them were Mr. Adams, tho United StatcsMlnister to Hrazll; Alexan der Dclmar, Ernest Iuman an...

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. — 2 April 1890

THE TVASHIjNGTON CKXT1C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2,1890. it. If u fc :t ? I r I. .1 ;i) w 1 7 WASHINGTON CRITIC IllBlii BIZfiftV EliENINO, BY TUB WASHINGTON OIUTIO UU.IIl'ANV, nALLET KILUOURN. rnEsuiEiCT. Bl D STREET NORTHWEST, Washington, d. a. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, ur hail postage mei'aid. Evening edition, ono year ...S3 00 of a year, per month SO Evening nnd Sunday morning, ono year.. T 00 Sunday morning edition, ono year 3 00 Mall subscriptions Invariably In advance. to citt sumcmnEiis. (Dollvorcd by carrier"). Evening edition, ono month, 3.5c. Evening and Sunday moraine, one month Mo Address THE CItlTIC, 913 D street, Washington, D. C, WASHINGTON, APRIL 2, 1800. JU.ST1CK TO WOlllIS, If tlic Scnnlo concurs In tbo action of Hie House in regard to the ndmtsslon of "Wyoming, and if the bill for that admis sion goes into effect without any change ns to the womnn suffrage clituso In the State Constitution, it by no means fol lows that tho alleged aspirations of JIlss Susan 35. Anth...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 April 1890

T.ELE WASHINGTON OKITIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APIiTL. 2, 18UO. not nounuT, I'lillndelpliltuis Not Corrupted by tll Antl-Tempornnco I'onnln, Nriw Yoiik, April 2. Tliu llcMld this morning states thnt tho I'rnulhttlou organ, Yoieo, will tomorrow publish tlio details of an nllogcd corrupt con spiracy entered into botfi con tho liquor dealers of Pennsylvania and thq leaders of both political parties of that Stato, by which the proposed prohibition amendment to the Constitution wat do fcattd last fall. A fund of neatly i06, 000 Is alleged to have boon contributed by tho liquor men, hotel proprietors, biowcis, etc. This money, accdnllrie to the Voice's story, was distributed runout; leading politicians and tliti presi of the State, $1,000 belnc; mentioned as tho amount paid to ono Philadelphia paper. The Herald's Philadelphia corrfr (potuU'tit (elcgiaphs that ho has Inter viewed n nurulicr of tho proprietors of newspapers mentioned by tho Voice lit connection with tho matter, and tlmy all pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 April 1890

TIIE WASHINGTON C15ITIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1890. WASHINGTON CRITIC OXXT HVJSaiATjH. AV It. Itouchton Co.'d Mow St lei of Sprint? Hoods, This momlncnt furniture and upboMery odntillshmont, conveniently located In tho lirarl nf tho city nt ISIS ami law I' street northwest, lina Jnst opcnotl nt Its mammoth etoto nn ologanl assortment of Wnkolleld baby t arrlagos of lutost and most approved appliances lor comfort nnd durability, rang lug lu prlrra fiom S10.M to (10. TUcso Roods are tho bolnluo yet offered tills season In Wntiblngton. They have nlo Just received a rnrload of tho prettiest nnd nowest novel tied In hud tooin furniture, from 810 to $" per Milt. Thoy aro oponlng an decant asort meiit of tho newest designs In all ifopartinr nls of tholr mnRnlflocnt emporium of fashion. Anhounor-Hunch, Nrw IIavxx, December 15, 1SS9. Tho Anliousor-Buscli Urowing Association, fct. Louis, Mo.: Gentlemen Tho samplo of Faust floor lately received from jou for analysis has la 100 parts by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 April 1890

The Washington Critic 22D YEAK---NO. 6,763. WASHINGTON, D. O., THUJRSDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1890. PRICE TWO GENTS. "I !'E I NO BETTER THH'N t SOLD ONLY BY 0D71 BMM1 903 PEN.NA. nifi,!t FARMS STILL FLOODED. FERTILE LANDS IN THE CLUTCHES OF THE SWOLLEN RIVER. Continued llnlns Slnlco the I'nd of tlio 1'renent Serious State ot Things In definitely Distant Contradiction or Some of the Stories Told. AltKANBAS CllY, AltK., Apill 3. This la the fourth week of the great, flood, nml there is veiy little prospect of its soon abating. The water is going back into tho river wherever thcro Is a break in tho lovec. Plantations in this (section never overflowed before are now submerged. Tho track of the Valley load, between McGhcc and Tilppe, is flvo feet underwater. Tho Ouchita division of tho Valley route is almost completely under water for a distancoof eighteen miles. A number of lailroad bridges havobeen washed away. A consideiablo poition of tho new load, the Houston, Central Atkan sas and Nor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 April 1890

"?5W!rl!RHnR!WMi"WUiUJftiiyiiu.wiTOnKKi5 TnE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 3,1S90. WASHINGTON CRITIC EUBRV BUBNINQ, BY TUB WASHINGTON CIIITIU OOMI'VNV, IIALLET KILBOURN. PnEsiDENT. e-13 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. xr MAii.-rosTAor. rnRium. Evening edition, one year $5 00 of a year, per month 0 Evening and Sunday morning, ono year.. 7 00 Ennday morning edition, one jcar.. 4.,. 3 00 Mall subscriptions Invariably In advance. to cirr UBc.tinrn. (Delivered by carrier). Evening edition, ono month 33o. Evening and Sunday morning, ono month Mo Address THE CHITIC, 013 D street, Washington, D. O. WASHINGTON. A1MUL a, 1800. ONE l'OINT ArritOVKII. Whatever dissatisfaction may befell In U'gnrd to many of thu featuics of the JIcKInley tariff bill, it has one pro vision which will win very fteneial ap proval. Wo refer to the clauso which places woiks of art upon tho free list. There never wnsgooil reason for the tax on artistic imports w hich is now le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON OBITIO, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1890. THE OLD LEE ESTATE. ITS PROPOSED CONVERSION INTO AN EXPERIMENTAL FARM, Tito Memorial Urltlgo nml Amphl thentro nt Arlington Inlk wltn Mr, Cloincnta, OrlRlnntor or tho Id on X 11111 to 1!o Introduced. Tho proposition ta convert tho 800 ncies of Governnlcnt land on tho old Leo or Arlington cstato Into nn ngri cultural experiment station and farm, and to erect an nmplilthcatro In tlio Na tional Cemetery thero, and a Jlemorlal Urltlgo across tho Potomac, published exclusively In The Gmtic, Is meeting with great favor among tho citizens, Grand Army men, legislators anil others. AMI covering the project will bo Introduced In Congress next week. A CitiTlc reporter met Mr. James I?. Clements, who, on Saturday last, called the attention of sovoral members of Con gress to the Arlington estate, as men tioned at length In tho columns of this paper of that date, and asked him If ho had anything further to say concerning tho Improving, utili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TlTtTnFiIAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1890. 10 i . WASHINGTON CRITIC a xxx avnoiAza, W, II. Houghton A t'n.'ii New Styles of Spring Moods. This ft eminent furniture nnd upholstery "tablliihiricnt, conveniently located In tho heart ot tho city nt 1SI8 and 18S0 1' strcot northwest, has Jtntopcnodnt Its mainmutli wtoro an decant assortment of Wakefield baby carrlnges of tlio latest nnd most approved Appliances forcomforl and durability, rant ing In pikes fioin (10.50 to Jin. Those goods nro tho best value jot offered this soaon In Washington. They have nlojtitrccclvod n onload of thoproltlot nnd nowost novel ties In bed-room furniture, from JIO to 173 Per suit. Tlioy nro opening an decant n'sort ment of tho ncwot doilsnn In nil departments nt their lnsignltltonl emporium of fashion Anliouser-ltuarlt, New Haven, December 15, 1833. Tlio Anheuser-Busch Drowlng Association, bt. Louis, Mo.: Gentlemen Thu sample of Faust Boor lately received from you for analysis lias la 100 p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 4 April 1890

The Washington Ceitio 22D YEAR NO. 6,764. WASHINGTON, D. O., FIUDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. t ) . ft NO BETTER 8 THKM' THE SOLD ONLY BY OUT! CRiffliE 903 PENNA. at3,st aiii! snooTiNG or MKS. BURNETT Supposed to navo Keen Dono by nor Alleged Insane Son, Mrs. Burnett, who was shot through tlio neck on Tuesday at her home, 815 Hew Jersey avenue, is still at tho Provi dence Hospital, and tho doctors say she is in a fair way "to recovery. There seems to he no doubt now that the shooting, was dono by her de mented son, Cornelius Burnett. His mind has boon weak for years, and those who havo lived in tho neighborhood of his houso have been fearful that ho would commit some crime, llo at one time was caught in tho act of chasing his mother around the house with a carving knlfo, and tho neighbors say that at tho time of tho shooting sho had a black eye as a result of an attack on tho part of the Ijoy. Tho inclination of tho family to throw tho crimo on the colored man, James ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 4 April 1890

THE WASJLIlJtfGTON CRITIC, FBIDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1890. WASHINGTON CIUT1C mM EUBRY BUDNINO, HV TIIH WASIUNOTON UK1TIU COMPANY, HALLET tULBOURN. Pumwbnt. iI3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, I). C. TKHMS OP SUnSCItllTION. BY MAIL rOSTACIE l'nEl-AU). Evening edition, oho year. 33 00 of a year, per mouth t 50 Evening and Sunday morning, ono year.. 7 Oil Kiindn; morning edition, ono year SCO Jlall subscriptions Invariably in advance lo citr tiwcntnnns. (.Dollvcrod by carriers), Evening edition, ono month 3'o. Evening and Sunday morning, ono month Mo Address TUB CKITIC, 913 D street, Washington, D. C. WASHINGTON, APRIL t, 1800. Till: lSISTJHUT'S SlIAlti;, Tlio gratttiulo of tlio citizens of tliu Distiict of Oeshiinljin Is iluo to Senator Sherman nnd other Senators who pro tested against tin owing upon the people of this District half tho cost of the Zoological Paik, wfilch, if it comes into existence, will bo a cieallon of Congress nnd will ho wholly under tho control nnd management of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 4 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON OBTTIO, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 18U0. - 1- 3 LONG CHASE OF A THIEF ARRESTED IN SPANISH HONDURAS FOR THE THEFT OF $41,000. lie Stoln It Whllo Kn Ilnute to tlio Tronmiry Department, itnrt tho IMonoy AVns Oliiingod for llrown I'npor, Nnw York, April !. A Herald special from Tegucigalpa, Spanish Honduras, says: Edmund Bturgls Crriw loid has been nrrcstcd nt Santa Bar bara for tlio theft of a paekago con talnlnj: $41,000 In transit from tho American Exchango National Hank In Iv'cw York to tho Adams Express Com pany's oflico. Tho paekago was adilressod to tho United States Trcasuror afWas'jlngton. A largo portion ot the monay was found In Crawford's possession. Tho rohbory was committed In Now York, Mav !, 1888. Crawford has confessed, and "Im plicates two othors. Tho Herald says tho express company has spent $25,000 In tracing Crawford. lie was a raes- .nnnn. I, ttin Y,.,1r .1r 1n iuulii..l .' c.ifcv ... mu uuuu. uuu liu UUIIUUUIUU S thothoft. 1'lnkerton says Crawford's c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 4 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CUITIC, FK1PAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1890. WASHINGTON CRITIC OlXr HVKOlALtt, Itmlclcn's Spring Hlylc In I'urnlturo, Carpet! Unity Carriages, etc. Tills long oMnbllshcd Installment homo, located at Cki nnil Oil Fovonth street north wost. Is retclvlnir Its lull supply of nil kinds of merchandise thnt go tn makotipacom ploto outfit for n oomfortablo rosldonco. Ms new stock of Hofrlgcrators, Baby Carrlagoi und Matting I comnlolo Vou can find just wbatyouncod In this responsible store at cash pilccs on the Installment plan, and mako yourov,n terms, (loods dolhorcd on first payment. Giro him a call. W, II. Houghton ('. Jfow Styles if bprliig floods. This prominent furnlturo atid tipholstory establishment, conveniently located tn tho lioartot tho city at 1218 and 1820 1' street northwost, has Just opened at Its mammoth store an olegant assortment o( Wnkoflold baby carriages of tho latest and most approved ppllancos for comfort and durability, rang ing In prices from 110.50 to 11...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 5 April 1890

The Washington Critic. 22D YEAH NO. 6,765. WASHINGTON. D. Cm SATURDAY EVENING, APETL 5, 1890. PRICE TWO CENT3. it r. j9l OJLZRID rnou MR.T.E. ROESSLE, rnoriuETOR op The Arlington. "The AnLnraTON," WASHINGTON, D. C, March 0, 1890. My DnxnDn. LianTniLL: It gives mo great pleasure to stato tli at you effected a remarkable cure of deafness and dischargo from the cars In tlio caso of my cousin, Marcus 0. Roesslc, and that the cure has proved as permanent as It was radical. I feel sure that without your skillful aid my cousin would have been a deaf man all his life. Knowing of other cases In which you have been equally successful, I cheerfully give you lcavo to refer to mo at any time, and hope that your prac tlco in Washington will prove a distin guished success. Yours, truly, T. E. Roessle. DR. LIGHTHILL can bo consulted on Deafness, Catarrh, Asthma and Diseases of the Throat and Lungs at his oAlce, Ho, 1017 Fifteenth Street lloivmt, Ilcidlcs pass the door. Office hours from 8 to 12 and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 5 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 5,1890. h i 'i WASHINGTON ITIUT1C D.VBHY BUENINO, BY TUB WASHINGTON C'UITIU COMPANY. IIALLET RILIIOURN, PneuDBNT. J3 D 8TREET NORTHWEST, Washington, d. c. terms ok subscription. bt mail rosrAuc i-ncr-Ato. Erpnlng edition. one rear $5 CO of a year, per month..... 50 Evening and Sunday morning, ono year.. 7 00 fcnndaj morning edition, one joar 2 00 JU11 subscriptions Invariably In advance. TO CITY BUBM.nllir.111. (Dellverod by carrier). Xvenlng edition, ona month.... 35o. Xventoff and Sunday morning, ono month Wo Address THE CRITIC, 9(1 1 street, Washington, D. C.. WASHINGTON, APUIL 5, 1800. Tjik Capital (tho Sunday edition of Tin: CniTio) will not be Issued to-mor row, the publication being temporarily suspended. In vievof negotiations; not yqt completed by whloh the coutrol of the pnper will pass juto other hands. W'OIU.D'S-t'Allt TROUBLES. Chlchgoiins are Hurting that the pro motion of their World's Fair scheme Is not all plain, sailin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 5 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON ORITrO, SATURDAY EVENING, APKIL 5, 1890. SrOHTINO NOTfcS, The World oPllnsoball, rurUlnm nml General Athletics, Tbojlaborlng organizations In thlaclty proposo to mako it warm for Prcsldont Howctt's now ball club, for last night I), A. No. CO, K. of L., Issued a boycott against tho club, and will endeavor to so cur tho co-ppcratlon of other labor or ganizations in tho cities whero tho olub plays. This is something now In base ball, and tho outcome will bo watched with considerable interost, although It Is evident thatthoro must liavo boon some misrepresentation Jn connection with It. Tho union men who nro working on tho grounds linvo not stopped work and there Is evidently no disposition on thoir part to do so. If tho Labor Assembly obtained their version of tho employ ment of tho alleged non-union tnon it would put a different complexion on tho matter. Tho gnmo today will bo commenced at -l-JJO o'clock, and tho now team will havo as adversaries tho Hamilton Club of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 5 April 1890

Tl THE WASHINGTON OllITIO, SATURDAY EVENING, APBIL 5, 1890. w IV WASHINGTON CIU'HC O ITT Ht'BOXAZa. Anliousor-ltuicli. New Havzn, Dooombor 13, 1839. Tho Anhcnscr llujcb llrowlng Assoolat'on, tt. Louis, Mo.: Contlcmcn Tlio sample of Faust Bcor lntclj rocclvod from you for analysts has 111 100 parts by weight tlio following compo,l Hon Total solid oxtract C8S0 Alcohol 3,130 Carbonic acltl gas.... 153 Wntor 80.173 100 000 Erstomatle tcarch has fnllod to show tho 1'roscnco of any adulterant, and tlio compo n'tlort Is very similar to that of tho Dost llocr of Munich und Vienna. Yours, otc, 8. W. .Ioiinios, Professor of Chemistry. Ylo Collogo. Washington Ilranch: First street and Virginia avenno southwest, FltANK SCHWAItZ, Jtanngor. 'Phono, DTI 1. ltiidtlrn'N Hprtne HI.vIch In l'nrnltiiro, Carpets, Huh) Ciirrliigcn, etc, IhN lone established Inistatlmcnt houio, lotatedat two and 0W Seventh street north vest, U reecl Ins Its full supply of all kinds of merchandise that go to rnako up a com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 7 April 1890

The Washington Oeitio. 22D YEAH NO. 6,760. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1890. PRICE TWO OENT3. av. THIRTY-NINE MILLIONS COST OF THE SENATE DEPENDENT PENSION BILL. Tho Homo Refuses toHiiapoml Its Rules to Help tlin Voternna Dr. Mary Walker's Work Dnrlnc ttio War Xlireatonod Republican Revolt, Mr. Lvaits In the Scnato presented a resolution from tho Now York Ghatn l)cr of Commorce protesting against the pending bill for a census enumer ation of tho Chlncso ns absurd, barbar ous, unchristian and cowardly. Also, n memorial on tho samo subject from the American Missionary Association, was presented by Mr. Dawes. Mr. Plntt prcsontcd n momorlnl for tho admission of Now Mexico. In tho Houso, Mr. Morrill of Kansas moved to sus pend tho rules and pass, with a substi tute, the Scnato bill granting pensions lo soldiers and sailors who aro Incapaci tated from tho performance of labor and ptoviding for pensions to widows, minor children and dependent children. Mr. Springer of Illin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 7 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1800. e. -JJ :. i v l $ in WAsiiiKG'ro.v critic D1IBKV BUBNINOi 1SY TUB WASHINGTON CKITIO COMPANY. IIALLET KILIIOURN, I'juuiijest. Jt3 D STREET NORTHWEST, Washington, p. c. terms op subscription. ir uil rosTAaB mur-Ait). ETenlng edition, oho year 85 00 of a year, per month M Evening and Sunday morning, ono yoar.. T 00 fcuaday morning edition, ona year. 3 CO Mall subscriptions Invariably In lulvunce. to cttv sunscmnnns. (Dcllvored by carriers). Evening edition, one mon tli 85c. Evening and Sunday morning, ono' month too Address THI3CHITIC, 911 D street, Washington, D. C. "WASHINGTON, APRIL 7, 1800. xr.xv ruitLic nuir.nixGS. The buildings for the Government sci vice, which nro either now In course of erection in this city, or nro awaiting npjiropiintlons, will not only supply t;rcnland long.fclt public needs, but will nlso prove additional adornments to what Is destined to become the most, beautiful Qapltal In the world. Al ready the 'bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 7 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1890. A NEW PHYSICAL FORGE KEELY, THE "MOTOR" MAN, CLAIMS A WqNDERFUL DISCOVERY. Ill) Gives nn Exhibition of iiVlbrntory Sympathy" lloforo Scientists, nml Succeeds In Convincing Thoin Tho learned Professors Astonished. Philadelphia, April 7.-Kcoly, iho well-known "motor" man, yesterday afternoon, succeeded In convincing Professor Leitly of the University of Pennsylvania ami Professor JnmcsM. "Wilcox, author of "Experimental Philosophy," that ho was tho discov erer of a now and wonderful physical force. Tho machine shown was acup loaid nhout thirty Inches hlch, on which stood a cylinder of what looked like bronze, fitted with a concentric seilcs of uptight tubes one-half inch In diameter, also of tho same metal, sur rounded at Its baso with a series of gmluatcd horizontal rods, solid and ovidontly of Bomo resonant metal, and capped by a hell-shaped metal cup, in which appeared to ho sovcral tuning forks about four inches long, set paral...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 7 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON OllITIO, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1890. - i: ;.t ?- Hf . t m nt f I3T lil "V m WASHINGTON CRITIC oitt avroiAT.a. Anlioujor-llmcli. New Hams, Doccmbor 13, 18S0. Tlio Anliousor-Busch Browing Assoc'.ut'on, it. Louis, Mo.! Oontlcmcn Tlio sample ot Faust Dcor Inloly rccoh od from you for analysts lias In 109 raits by wolglit tho following compost Mom Total solid oxtract 0.830 Alcohol 3.130 Ourboulo acid gas 333 Water ,,. , 83.373 100 000 Systematic bcarch lias fallod to show tho presence of any adulterant, nnd tho compo nHlon Is very similar lo that of tho Dost Doer of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc., 8. W. Joiinws, Professor of Chemistry, Valo Collcto. Washington Branch: rirst street mid Virginia ovonno southwest, FItANK SCI1WAIIZ, Managor. 'Phono, 3711. ltiiriilm'fi Spring Ml) lei lo furniture, Carpels, Ilnli Carriage, etc. This longcstabllifacd Installment hoiio, located at 930 uud ftW Soonth stroot north wost. 1 rcich lug Its full supply of all kinds of morchancllso tha...

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