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

The Washington Critic Rf ? 22D YEAH NO. NAVY-YARD EMPLOYES. MACHINIST CHASE ARGUES POWER FULLY IN THEIR BEHALF. Itcgulatlon or Steam Engineering and Itovlslon or District Laws Consid ered I'rocofldlng or llulh Honsoi of Congress nnd or tho Committees, In tlio Benato to-day Houso bill to admit freo of duty articles Intended for tho St. Louts Exposition In September nnd Octobor, 1890, that may bo Import cd from tho Republic of Moxico, was amended by adding tho words "and other American ropuqllcs and tho Do monlon of Canada," nnd as amended the bill was returned a conferonco asked. A resolution to pay to tho brothor nnd representative of tho lato .Tamos CbrlBllo, assistant scrgcant-at-arms of tho Senate, six months' salary was re ported and ngrccd to. Mr. Call offered n prcamblo and reso lution relating to tho newspaper state ments as to tho packing of Juries In tho Northern District of F.orlda. It went over until to-morrow. Tho Montana election caso was tafcen up and Mr. Bpooncr conti...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 April 1890

m m WASIllACrTOX CRITIC 13UERV EliBNINO, H TUB WASHINGTON CUITIO OOMI'ASr, IIALLET KILHOLHN. Pnr.irm.NT. GH3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION, nr jiAi-rosTAuc mrr-AW Evening edition, ono year $5 00 of a jc.tr, per mouth M Evening and Sunday morning, ono year.. 7 00 Snuilnj morning edition, ono year 3 00 Mall subscriptions Invariably In advance, to citv n)ncmiiEH3. (Dollvcrcd by carriers), Svcnlng edition, one month 33c. Evening and Sunday morning, ono montli fiOo Address THE CRITIC, 013 D street, Washington, I), c. WASHINGTON, Al'HIL 8, 180,). monky j'ali,aoii:s. Tlio questions which wore somo time since ndilrcsscd to Senator Iugalts by the fnnncrs of Kansas, anil which that nltnulo-wltted, vcrsatllo nnil word-commanding statesman has so long anil so unaccountably ignored, indicate that the Kansas fanneis Imagine that thcio is some connection between their c 11 condition and the abundance or scarcity of the circulating medium. If this In dication is justly...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 April 1890

zUurz-xV" THE WASHINGTON ORITIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1890. B- AROUND TUn HASUS. Gossip or tlm iinll Field Mlscelln. nrnua Sporting Nona, Tho local team yesterday liad no trouble wliatovor In easily defeating tho Williams College team In a one sided game, tho only redeeming feature being tho henvy batting of Gldason's colts, Every man on tho team, except Under, made two or moro hits, and most of them wero vicious lino drives to tho outfield. Mace pitched a very credit able came, only ilvo hits being mado off his delivery, and ho was well backed up in the field. Hill's excellent work at third and O'Urien's at second wcru the features of the gamo outside of tho halting. To-day, if tho weather permits, tho Boston Lcnmicis will play U Atlantic i'nrk. Clarltson and fiennett will piohably occupy tho points for tho visitors, and Mnloney and lliddlo for tho homo team. Tho colts proposo to play lively ball, and it tho celebrated Lcaguo club carries away a ball it will know it had to wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 8 April 1890

Iff -IV J" . 1 THE WASHINGTON CUITTO, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1890. WASHINGTON CRITIC axxx avjsaiAxa. ISxtra llarcatns In llonrlottn Clotlia, Nossrs. W. D. Clark is Co., tho loading Avenue drygoods merchants, at 811 Market Hpacoand Pennsylvania aonuo northwest, liavo placed upon their counters this mora ine two extra bargains In black silk warp Her rlottas. 1 hoy havo only two numbers of Mioso special articles, whloh aro by far tho finest and boat toxtures that thoy havo over ofTcrod for tho monoy-at tho roduood prices of Jl anil SI. 1& per yard. Thoy especially Tcquost an lnspoctlon of tlioso goods at an early date Auhousor-lliuoh. New Haven, Dooombor IS, 1889, Tho Anhcueor-Buscti Drawing Association, St. Louis, Mo.: Gontlomon Tho samplo of Faust Boor latoly rocolvod from you for analysis has la 100 parts by weight tho following composi tion: Total solid oxtraot O.SSO Alcohol. 3.330 Carbonto acid gas 355 Wator 89.375 100.000 Systomatlo soarch has failed to show tho prosoncoof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 April 1890

"wwfwiHjtrV' "WTtff"' ,wuWf! The Washington 0 22D YEAJR NO. 6,768. WASHINGTON, D. C WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 0, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. KITIC. fr D THE ZOOLOGICAL PARK. REFUSAL TO HECEDE FROM HOUSE AMENDMENTS. THE Doubting tho Ilnllablllly or Chicago's World' Fair .Su!crlptlon Im portant District Measures Con tillered Colored Men nnd Lard. Tho Scnnto to-day passed tho bill ap propriating money to rolmburso mom tiers of tbo House who sulleied from the Bllcott defalcation. Tbo Montana election cases wero then taken up and Mr. Pugh resumed bis speech. In tlio Ilonno. Tbo Houso tq-day concurred In the Scnato nmsndmcnts to tbo bill to admit . goods frco from certain parts of tbo world Intended for tbo St. Louis Expo sition. A conference was ordered on tlio Oklahoma Town Slto bill. ' The bill establishing a Zoological Park camoupand Mr. McCoraas moved that tbo House rccedo from Its amend ment taxing half the cost upon tho Dis trict. Cannon of Illinois and Blount of Georgia opposed tho moti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 April 1890

r'lm THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1890. S WASHINGTON (MUTtC EKBRV BUBNINC BTTI1E WASHINGTON (III 110 COMPANY, HALLET KILBOUUN, I'lit-writ. i3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BT MAIL roSTAUB ritEl-AIIl, Xvenlng edition, ono ycnr ?.. 00 of a rear, per month 60 Evening aud Sunday morning, ono year.. 7 00 Sunday morning edition, ono year S 00 Hall subscriptions Invariably m adrnuco. TO CITV MmCWtlEti. (Delivered by carrier-"). Evening edition, ono rnon tli Mo. Evening and Sunday morning, ono month COa Address THE CRITIC, tin D street, Washington, D. C. Washington, apmm), isod. an JNi:rriu;Tivi: liii.i,. Senator Sherman, In obedience to what Eccnied to him n. general demand, lntiodneed a bill against trusts which pave promise of deallnir effectively v itli some of thu.su monopolies. It was lefcrrcd to the Finnw-o Conunitteo of the Senate, which reported it favorably. Then it wnsrcfuircd to the Committee on the Judiciary, which reported n...

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

TJ3JD WASHINGTON OB1TIO, WEDNESDAY EVEOTNGr, APRIL i), 1890. I w . TO REST AT ARLINGTON WILL GRANT BE LAID BESIDE CROOK AND SHERIDAN? tlrnml Army Veterans X'avor tho too Kstnto Improvement 1'rojoct In teresting; Tnlls with General llur elott nnit ainjor I.ncoj-. To a, mtin nml In ovorv Stato nnil Ter ritory In tlio Union aio thorhomhots of the Grand Army of tho Re public In licnrty nccoul with Tun Critic In its efforts to sccuro tho con st! notion of n Immlsomo ntn phlthcatro In tho national ceme tery on Ailington Heights and a liingnlflccnt Memorial Ilrldgo across tho Potomac leading thereto. This is not Idle gosii, but tho statement of Gen unl S, S, lliudett, formally commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of tho en tire covmtty; also ovcominandcr of tho Department of tho Potomac. The fact that tho remains of lighting General Crook, with his sheathed swoid, -will bo laid bcsldo thoso of gal lant Phil. Sheridan on old Ailtngton's green slopes, bcucath tho great sighing trees, for whi...

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

--- Turt THE WASHINGTON CKETIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1890. IV WASHINGTON CRITIC OlXr HVJKVIALH. Anliouser-lluscri. New Haven, Docombor 15, 1830. Tho Anhousor-Dusoh Urowlng Association, ft. Louis, Mo.: Gontlomon Tlio samplo ot Faust Bcor latoly rccolvod (rom you far analysis has In too parts by wolgbt tho following composi tion: Total solid oxtract 0.830 Alcohol... 3.390 Carbonto acid gas 355 Water 89.375 100.00-9 i-yetomatlo search has failed to show tho presence of any adulterant, nnd tho compo bUIou Is vory similar to that of the Dost Boor of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc, S. W. Johnsok, Trofossor of Chomlstry, Yalo Collogo, Washington Branch: First street andYlrelnla avonno Bouthwost, FRANK SOlIWAItZ, Manager. 'l'hono, 374-1. Xtudilcn'n Sprint: .Stylos In Furniture, Carpets, Iliibr Carriages, oto. This lone established Initallmont houso, located at 030 and 93.! Hovonth strcot north west, Ik receiving Its full supply of all kinds ot merchandise that co to mako up a com plet...

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

The Washington Critic. 22D YEA:Il NO. 6,769. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, APJRIL 10, 1800. PItfCE TWO CENTS. I. h I m V BATTLE FOR THE SEATS CONTESTED ELECTION CASES COME UP IN THE HOUSE. TO ThoTarlirllllllteport of the Majority Ilcndy Froo Hides Wanted Tho .Henuto l'nclllo Italtrnnd ntllCau ctu of Republican Moinbors, After loullno business tho Senato ro sumed consideration nf llio Montana election cases. Mr. Call spoko In favor of tho mtnoilty, In tho House, tho Chaplain, In his prayer, alluded very fcolln?ly to tho condition of ox Speaker Randall. Tho House then went Into tho Com lnlltco of tho Whole on tho Naval Ap- Km jnupnauoii uiu, As soon as tho IIouso flnishca with tho Navy Appropriation hill to-day tho Jloor. Tho first contested cases to bo called up nro thoso of Posey vs. Parrott from tho First Indiana District, and Bowcn vs. Buchanan, from the Ninth Virginia District. In theso cases there is no contest, tho committee being unanimous In favor of tho sitting members...

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

Wff -! t,., ,,,, -Ttwir3fc-r'r-( fCW " wtjtinnetiwsBiiSisiawinai W THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, JL8JJO. o . . Tnmmrw u WASHINGTON CRITIC . i , ' &&, ' i v vvrs f x .MilW n ;r,i L mm xft.& rtitw Wfiai ICTITIC1 il'MJii-r-u.-i "k-:;, ij LH.'l P.B. tffjV S .v V a j9" raffiiBKBS HlfifflFMtttflYMjIl I EW&trSr bt;v fctiuiii j.ura" &tfiirft''.vs w.qi- EUEBV I3UBNINO. J1V TUB TVASII1NOTON Ulll'tO COSH' VNV. HALLET K1L110URN. Pneiim NT. BHZ D STREET NORTHWEST, VASUINGTON, D. 0. terms of suBscmrrioN. BT VAIti rOWAIIE rtiEiMin Evening edition, one year S3 00 of n year, per month.. CO Evening and Sunday moraine ono year.. 7 00 Sunday momlnc edition, ono yonr. ...... S 00 Hall subscriptions Invariably In advance. to citv suocntnisni. (Delivered by carriers). Evening edition, ono month 33c. Evening and Sunday morning, ono month DOo Address Tin: critic, 1)13 D street, ' Wtthlngton, D. C. 1VASI1INGTOX, AI'ltIL 10, 1990. msTitior i.vi. Tlic action ol tint Hou...

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

THE WASHINGTON 01WTI0, THUTODAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 18U0. .. II ill 9 IS TEENATIOTSDISGIUOB VETERANS OF THE WAR INMATES OF A POORHOUSE. rcnnllcMiimlHtilTcrlng rrom Honorable Wounrt Itccotvecl In tlin Country' Scrvlro IMIlllniiSctmmlnroil Whllo l'eolilc Old Soldier All Hut Hliirve. From the ( Hcano Xews, "When tlio people of Illinois estab lished nt Qulnoy tlio Soldiers mid Bull ors Homo It was for tho sxptcss pur poso of removing from tlio poorhouscs of tlio Slato nil inmates who bad fought for their country cither in tho Mexican war or tho war of tho rohclllon. Illi nois is ono of tho four great "soldier States," Tho rccoid which Its volun teers inndo on the battlcllolils of the South and in tho battles boyond tho Ilio Orando is one of which all tho pcoplo nro proud. It is their wish that no sol illcr who is a citlcn of this Stale shall bo compelled to end his days In a poor house. Tho law under which tho homo for old Boldlcis was established at Qulncy says: "Soldlcis who nro In tti...

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

iiniiiTirirrWfcrv,ri"'f'Mt" anmr-"nmm i-Kgi, i tiS, A,.-A fe'.r .7m --'-pfv irriiHn &Y THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, APRrL 10, 1890. WASHINGTON CRITIC OITX HVltaiALH. Anliouor-llticli. New Mavis, Docombor 15, 1830. Tho Anhonsor-Busoh Ilrowlnjr Association, tt Louis, Mo.i Oontloinoa Tho sample o'f Faust Boor lalolr received from you for analysis has In 100 parts by wolght tho following compost tlon: Total solid oxtract G.890 Alcohol 3.3M Carbonlo acid gas... .,,,., 333 Wator 83.3TS lOO.OOJ fcystomatlo search has failed to show tho prosoncoof any adulterant, and tho compo sUlon Is vory similar to that of tho Host Door of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc., 8. W. Johnson, Trofossor of Chemistry, Yalo CoIIoro, Washington Branch: First stroot and Virginia arenno sonthwost, FRANK SCnWARZ, Manager. Thono, 374-1. lturidcn's Sprlnc .Styles In l'urnlturn, Vurpots, Ilubr Unrrlncos, etc, This lone established Installment homo, located at 030 and KU Sovonth stioot north vest. Is recei...

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

-"iMNWMJ ,4M'V,B'lPffPtTllMMIWAMM11" "" " 7T rv, The Washington Critic. 22D YEAH NO. 6,770. WASHINGTON, D. C FTUDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. If. Cifr H J IK Vi lli i 1. DISTRICT IN CONGRESS. RELIEVING THE HOLDERS OF DIS TRICT SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS. Oilier Measures Alluding Wnshlncton Vavornbly Itoporlcd Important Amendments to tho.'Jonato World's l'nlr Hill, After routlno business tho Scnato re sumed consideration of tho Montana contested election cases. Sir. Evart3 addressed tho Sonnto in favor of tho Depubllcan claimants Sounders nnd Power. The House took up tho contested election case or Wnddill vs. Wise, from tho Third Virginia district, Mi. I.nccy of Iowa opening In favor of tho contestnnt. Dlntrlct In Congress, The Senate District Committee to-day Tcportcd favorably Senate bill 2000, for the relief of holdora of District special assessment certificates. The Commit tee then considered tho Baltimore and Ohio Ilallroad question, but took no notion. Tho IIouso Distr...

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

wr fcu: "mm r. -T-irrTirimirtfrii'iwnmr"aiffirimit1BrrTirR?r:t i(''"iBmauA.MiHM wfwj-W-nrtp TUB WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, AVML 11, 1890. ran'?. I ' , i "WASHINGTON CRITIC JB7 &ti A'', EliBRY BUBN1NO, 1 Y TIIK WASHINGTON CIC1TI0 UO.UI' .VNV. IIALLET KIL1I0UHN. PnMWENT. '913 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. . TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. BV JUlfc-l-OSTAOE 1-KErMt). Evening edition, 0110 year ....S3 00 of a year, per niont h, GO Evening and Sunday morning, one year.. T 00 Enndoy morulng edition, ono year - 00 Mall subscriptions Invariably in advance. to cm jnni!iiriii. (Delivered by carrier). Evening edition, onomontli 35c, "Evening and Sunday morning, ono month Wo Address Tin: clime, Oil I) street, Washington, D. C. "WASHINGTON, APRIL 11, 1800. A 3IATT1SK NOT OK 1'AltTV MIT HONOIt. The Chicago Timet vciy truthfully jays flint the neglect of Cougicsi to make an appropriation in payment of the amounts fount! to bo due by the Court of Claims under the Frencli .Spoliation net,...

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

THE WASHLNUTON CK1TI0, FBIDAY EVENING, APKIL 11, 18a0. 3 j 1 H l 1 LEA 10 THE PRESIDENT. AN OPEN LETTER OF ADVIOE TO MR. HARRISON. lUo I'hltnrtoh'liliv I'ubllsucr Writes ft Hootclilnc Hcrcod Hcorlnc l'ennsyl Tnulit'n SnMlo Senator The 15-tecu-H'vo Advised to Drop Knuntor Juny, Senator Matthew S. Quay ltas not Baiucil tliQ commanding position ho now" holds in national nnd Pennsylva nia State politics without struggles Which havo mado him enemies. These nro hoth personal anil political, 'and there la acftfcelj; nnytulng In the way of political wihf'aro thoy would not do to dostloy his hold upon llio Adminis tration and'ruln him it -the cstlinatto'b. of his" party. Some wcolssSigo a highly sensational story vn published In tho Now Yoik "World alleging at great length, nnd with a Ifdlculdtts attempt at fine writing, that Senator Quay, when Treasurer, was n ddfaUltcr, tho amount of tho defalcation heing madu up by party friends to picvent puhllo scandal. Tho story was not a very probablo...

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

vwmz 3JAWWHT..- -? tiSIK,,-. - 'A.-i $ """'Xj, THE WASHINGTON OUITIO, FRTDAY EVENING-, APtfIL 11, 1890. -mvir--m&;:;?s7zzm&-mz ii' it 11 .? pi . ? c tf i ?" u WASHINGTON CKITIC The Clminplon t'arnetlst or tlio World. MlitllcK1a Gilbert can l hoard on tlio phonograph at Uuiuiilirut ' Vt luo Parlors, in 'riilitprntli utrcrt northwest. It l the must Momlctfiit runrotluctliMi of tliu cornet over lii'Htil. 1 lio Washburn Sisters' duots, suns ly them oil the phonograph, sound us nat in nl nt tlio liiiinan voice Itself. It Is tlio mot wondoiful rcrroiluctlon over heard on u Vhonocintihi and can only bo hoard at the nboe idaee. Krmik licjuo'fl how gone "I'm a Conductor on tho fcocnth Stroot Cable Car." Anlicuser-ltuscli, Nr.w IUven, Dooembor 15, 1S39. The Aiihcusor-Busch Brewing Association, fct. Louis, Mo.: Gentlemen Tho sample 6f Faust Boor lately retched from you for analysts has In ICO pattsby weight tho following composi tion: Total solid oxtract C.S30 Alcohol 3.100 Carbonic ac...

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

The WksHiNGTo Obitic. N 22D YEAR NO. 6,771. WASHINGTON, D. O.. .SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 12, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. l & K i W BELLOWS urur.CaAJ: MB DERL -IN-1 CLOTHING, NOT WIND. y-gONEYED words are. jP"! very n'ce in their place, " but in a clothing adver tisement FACTS are what is wanted, not merely wind. While we do not do busi ness in a two hundred thou sand dollar store, neither do wc have to add the ENOR MOUS EXPENSE of such an establishment to the price of our goods. While we do not carry enough of one pattern to make it COMMON, we DO have the best ASSORT MENT to be found in Wash ington and your size in each style. While WE do not indulge in cut-rate or slaughter sales, at the end of the sea son NEITHER do we add the EXTRA profit now in order to even up. WE never cut. We mark OUR goods is at the LOWEST when they are put on sale, thus PRICE FIRST giving you low prices the goods. Do you overcoat? suit you. the benefit of when you need need a spring If so, we can Our stock co...

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

il ...... M '-, 'iWi. X:-- . THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL JLtf, 1890. wjl rfe a J 1 D WASUliMiTO.N CKITK' Smmil Itrnticifi xi I' EliSRY BUBNINO 111 lK WASUIMIKIN UlliriU UOMIMNV, IIALLI'.T KlLHOl'HN, Phkiint. 9-43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, P. c. TBItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IVy mall (postage prepaid), 1 year S 00 " " " 1 month SO Cat iters In thoolty. 1 mouth 83 Addre THE CRITIC, OriUStreot, Washington, D. (', "WASHINGTON', AVML 15, 1S00. uhimisi: jsaimva vs. An Interesting and instructive letter concerning Cliineso railways is pub lished in tbc New York JTerald this morning. Tlio letter was written at Shanghai on February 25. It throws a strong feide-Hqht upon tbo Govern mental methods or the Chineso in re lation to such enterprises which will be something of a revelation to those un arqunintcd with the devious diplomacy Nd Involved reasoning of the Oiientnl M. Moreover the letter shows In a i wwy thu part the division of the piospectlvo ptolits of railway enter ...

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

.INBaB---MHH-iaBHilMHHHBH l THE WASHINGTON CRITIO, SATUKltfAY EVENING, ArRII 12, JL8U0. vf- . I I fe IN TI1E SOCIAL WORLD. MANY FASHIONABLE EVENTS AFTER LENTEN RESTRICTIONS. Mr. Wnnnmnkor'H Dinner nnl Ilocop tlon to tho Vice-President Sonntor nnd Mrs. Mimdnrton's Stiver Wedding Announcement!!, JIis. Harrison will bo assisted at her reception to the public from 8 to 5 this afternoon by Mrs. Pugsloy of Ohio, Mis. Dixon, Mrs. Washington and Mra. ltusscll Hairison. The gaieties for tho coming woek will Include: Monday In tbo eventne Vice-President and Mis. Morton will give a dinner party. Senator Mori ill will celebrate his 80th birthday by a card reception. IgTucsdny Mrs. Lyman Tiffany will clvo a luncheon. Mrs. Grccly will entertain tho Span ish Class. Wednesday Mrs. Hay will luncheon. The ladies of celvc. give a young ladles' tlio Cabinet will re- General and Mrs. Splnola will glvo a ten fiom 4 to 7 at tho Arlington. In tho evening tho President will be entertained by n dinner at tho...

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

THE WASHINGTON OKtTIC, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 12, 1890. n WASHINGTON CRITIC - ..- - OITX SVrOlALB, Ttio Clinmplon Cornotlit or tlio World, Wl DomIo Hllbert can lo hoard on tho phonograph at Humphrey's Wlno Parlors, 415 Thirteenth street northwest. It Is tho most xvonderful reproduction of tho onrnet over ln-ard. Tlic Washburn Slstors' duets, suns T them on tho phonograph, sound as lint tiral m the human volco Itself. It Is tho most vondorful roproiluotlon over hoird on n FT-no aph, and can only bo hoard at tho ntwrr place Frank l)epro' now sons, "1'ra n, Conductor on tho Sccnth Strcot Cnblo Car." Anlif.ucr-llucti. Nw Hatim, Deoombor 15, 1SS9. Tho Anucutcr-Duscti llrowlne Association, H. Louli, Mo.: Gentlemen-Tho amplo of Faust Boor lately received from you for analysis has In ICO part by weight tho following composi tion' Total oolld ettract 0.830 Alcohol 3.310 Carbonic acid gas 355 Water 89.375 100.000 Kyitematlo search has failed to show tho presence ot any adulterant, and tho co...

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