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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 February 1890

""ir THE WASHINGTON OBJTIO, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 181)0. 3 t AMUSEMENTS. Tbo past week at. tho theatres has been unusually successful, and tho outlook for the coming week Is vary good. Tho Na tional will havo in Nat Goodwin an Attrac tion never boforo presented bcrej and It will doubtless draw well. "CKCix Jon." Mr. vT, K. Emmet will commonoo an en gagement to-morrow ovoning with his new; comedy drama, 'HJnclo Jocj or, Fritz In it Mad 1I0U6C." This play Is by far thij strongest and most ontortalalng, as well ns occupjlng a higher piano, than any of his previous efforts, combining, as it docs, tho plcturcsfiuo and novel situations of tho second nnd third acts. 'Tho mad houso tccno Is a decided novelty. Now songs, dances, quartettes and 'glees, as well as a strong dramatic company, together with great enro and attention to detail, add ma' tcrlallV In making "'Undo Joo" a success. Tho third act gives tho key of the play. It takes place In a largo boarding-house that bad been a lunatic as...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 February 1890

is TKE WASHINGTON (TRIT1C, SXTNDAY, FJiJBBTJATtY 9, 3890. . , 1 lllip nj p TREES WITH HISTORIES. JEFFERSON THE FATHEfl OF WASH INGTON FORESTRY. fllllf or llrrnillhil Rliniln Tmes Our llfilil'n Olvtmirlnl Actnlii Tliuililttii .Mfoirnit (llnntnr tlio I'nrnst .Trees i'lonteil 1.v IlstlnculKlioil Men. Tlie glory nncl prido of Washington is the forest of inngnlficent shmlu tree tint cnfoldd Uic enllre city in its nr Imrenl arnn. There iro 81.00(1 shade trees In Vr'nMilnglon, If placed ten fttt apart there would be enough to riintlo n double boulevard with four lows of lives, extending from thWclty to Tlftltlmore. what vrr. own TO .H'.m.HHOV. ToThoinns Jefferson is the city dl recti v indebted for the inception of llio I den to mulcc Washington tlio vast park tli itt it Is It was lie ho pluulcd tlio first trees nnd Inspiicd the people with a lovo lor forestry which has been rrrcfully foslcrcd, and the beneficial lcsults of which are now nppaicnt in the work of the I'nrkiuc Commission. The...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 February 1890

ijwmwwwjeiwiM'"- - "niiS? -Trf - . tur a- i sSSSISnwmmm&mmMx'ltt''mmM,:' rmWmmffllm,' J" ii i- ' . ' "' li,yi)tti.trvii' imyriti nimi) 1 1 WIWHIH THE WASHINGTON OEITIC, SUKDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1800. MY FRIEND THE DUTCHMAN, mr rncucmcK haiidman. "And you will positively marry her, if slio will liavo you?" "Not a doubt of cttlior. Hot ore this day fortnight alio shall ho Madamo Van llauhllz." "You wlllmako her your wlfo with out acquainting her with your Uuo po sition?" "Indeed will 1. My very position io quires It. Thcic'sno room for a scru ple. She expects to llvo on my fortuno; thinks to make a great catch of tho rich Dutchman. Instead of that I shall spend her salary. Tho old story going out for wool and returning shorn." Tho coineisatlonof which thU Is tho concluding fragment, occurred In tho public room of tho Hotel de Ilesic, In tho village of Ilomburg on tho Hill then nn Insignificant handful of houses oWclatlug as capital of tho Important landgravato of Ilossc-IIomburg. Tho t...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 9 February 1890

mmuwi&WlW4i&QW 8 TltE WASHINGTON CTttTTC, SUNDAY, FEBTtrAItY 9, 1890. t Y I HOW TO'MAKBTliE LAWS BCIENCE IN LEGISLATION VIEWED , FROM MANY STANDPOINTS. ' l'rr.lmllco Affnlntt Lawnr I'otmlont : the lniptrntlon of tlie T,-eh1 Blind Opinion! ol ConcroKFiuion, Sclontliln I anil l'hllodoiihor. Tho cdltoilal in last Sunday's Critic ten 'BclcnUsls ns LawOInkcrs," una at- I traded no litllo ntlcnliim among ' tlic classes whoso rclavtlro value na legislators It dealt vlth. A. rcllus )f tlic opinion of Inwycrs and frcitntistn, whoso professions Unci vroilhy repre'entution In AVaslilng- j ten, discloses n variety of thought on lie subject of tho stipurorlty of the j iMItrotcr tho former as makers of laws, t An expression of opinion by those who ; ir ay be rcgaulcd as competent obsnrv- . era in the law and in the sciences, has Itcn invited by The Ckhic, with in UrcstinK rctullH, to which thoiegislaton tbtmsclvui bavo offccltvcly contributed. ! jiA.ton t.acv'8 TiroconrruJi conci.u- MONP....

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 10 February 1890

-tw - The Washington Cbitic. WASHINGTON, D. C.,' MONDAY EVMNING, FElHJUAttY JO, 1800. 22D YEAH NO. 0,711. PRICE TWO CENTS. rwiimm1lmi'- ' i B NEWS OF THE WORLD IN BRIEF. Lnrnl. 1 In' corner tono of llio now Gorman Or linn An him, near I'nlontowii, tins boon laid Tl.o District Commissioners are do tcrmlned to ild tlio 1'lMt rroclnot of Its "(1IC." Tlio Sons of Veterans will observo Wofliics lny, tlio anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birthday, In svn appropriate manner. lllxliop Hurst of tho Methodist Cliurcli lias nn option on proncrty on tlio Tonnallytown rend, where It U proposed to build a mil Acuity, City rotofllco clerk mot lnt nlelit and licard ancncouratrliiB roportfrom Konjamln riiiUhnrst.dolefcato to tlio recent convention In tlio Interests of eight hours work mid fif teen days' annual loavo. Dninoslfc. Clinplnln rlioctlus Flsk, U. S. K., died at lloitlllli Tlio eight -hour regulation will be put In operation noxt May. Tho l'reo Rons of Israel Order Is holding n f o'clon In ...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 10 February 1890

m,milZ-'- . WASiniVRTONJ'K TIC ILWVKINK, CllVVIiN it llUSKHTr. 943D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. 0. THK K KXIMO I'llITlC. ElnsloCopy 5 Cents By Carrier, per month 35 Cents Jiy wall, postneo pnlil, one year .$5 00 Sy mall, postage paid, six months .. 3 00 By mall, postnRO paid, per month. -7) Cents THE SUNDAY CKITtC. Slnglocopy RConts One year, $ ..") Mall subscriptions invariably in advance. Addrc-ts THE CRITIC, Wnhlnton,.l) C TO-NiMIT's AviUSFVIENTS. AtnAViui's Oitiia ltousi: I. K Emmet In 'lilt. In a Madhouse." 2?ATi0HAt. TitrATHE Nnt Goodwin In "A Gold Ulna." lUitms' Duou Theatm: "My Partner " KmNAN'i Tiiiatiik " Tho Night Owls " OtOBE Variety. LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST. for the Dlstiict of Oilmnbla. ami Man tuml, naruier, fair vrathcr; tariable winds. J'ur Virginia, naruier; fair Heather; tartnble niiiiU, Wasiunuton, FnimmitY 10, 1800. i Tiik Louisiana Lottery must go ami go quickly. Wnr.N v r.MntsAN tries to be im In dependent, his patty always" gets tho troist of tt. Tub invi...

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

iiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigii HHBHHMBH"""""H . P"""-"' .w-- mmmmmmmammmiim nmim WJMWBB $!""" TIIE WASHINGTON CBITIC,MONDAY, FEBttUAKY 10, 1890. ri li J THE RIGHTS OF LABOR. ENGLISH SHIPOWNERS WILL CUSS THE SUBJECT. DIS- A Itesolnllon to Ho Submitted Ileulnr liiK Tlmt It Ik llio Duty nt tho Oov liniment to Prntert llotli tlie 13m llojcr nnil tho Ilniplojud. London,, Fob. 10. An important conference of ship owners, representing nil tho principal ports in Great lirltnln, will uo held in London noxtPrlday. Delegates from the general Shipowners' Society of London Intend to introduce for discussion tho recent labor troubles. They will submit a resolution to ttio ef fect that, whilo rceognl.lng tho riht of labor organizations to strike, the con ference considers it one of tho prlino duties of government in every free Stato that duo protection should bo ' nfforded to both worlihicn and employ ers who have agreed with each other to ' worl...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 10 February 1890

--WW" the TTAsnisroTON ramc, Monday, febuuatiy 10, isoo. ciirnciiESOK wheels. WOIIK OF THE CENTRAL UNION MISSION AND ITS BRANCHES. J Hurts In Itiilmi I'miil lur it Now Hiillitln- llolng Mmlii Intimating IHMnry i r mi tinllliitlciti Which lluil Very H limit Ili-ginnlug. Tl o I lojeot for Hie unction of ii lcininucnl hrmo for the Central I nlon JIIf-on will shoitly luccivo Mibstnulliil otil linn llio litialtiu-s men of tills city. Mr, 15. 11. Warner nnil other well Known i lllzcus hnvc Interested tliem M'lvcsln tlio welfare of tlicMlsslon nnil will Mioilly hold a mcetlns for the pur voio of discussing plans by which the necessity amount of money for the cicillon of the new home will lie mind. The directors of this institution liiivo lecnolTentl seveial sites on I'cnnsyl vnnln uvenno, lint us yet have made no fclu'tlcii. It is vcij piobnble, however, Unit in the full the -Mission will be In Mailed in an edlllce iiinple ciiout-li to enable it to carry out lis ureal work. Although lilts ...

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

The Washington Critic 22 Y.EAB---NO. 6,71.2. WASHINGTON, D. O., TUESDAY EVMNIXU, FEUllUAUY 11, 1890. l'ltJOE TWO CENTS. mcwsop the world in BWEP. I.ornl ('iorj:itovui pportivliail iv dos flglit vcstor day. Htntloncrs say that St. Valentino' Pay Is Vtiutlcullrn thine of tlio past luilco Miller siys that ho will punish care let tness In cleaning tho slrcota. Ilclilcntsot Gcoifictown complain of tho ill lay In laying the water main on M stioct. Cnptnln Jllako's now stonmor to rim to Mount Vernon will ho hero nhout tho 1st of A Mil. 1'iopcity on Connecticut avonuo, noarN Klrri't, lias Just hocn sold nt auction for $).r3 n foot Tho Second llattallon, N. 0. D. C, will ro Into tholr armory over tho Centre Market next week. Jnmo JI Watson has heen nrro'tccl for forRlnjc Dr. A. P. rnrdon'a nnmo to thoeks nRiirtpatlng $1,COO. Itoiltnl mccllnzs havo hocn In piogroisat I'll mouth Congregational Church, fifty hir ing l en conertoil. . .lames O'ltourko knockod out Chas. Chilnoy In a five round li...

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

THE WASHINGTON C1UTI( TUESDAY EVENING, FEBIIUATTC 11,1800. "Washington cumc JI WHINS, CoWBN & llUSKETr. , SJ3 D STREET NORTHWEST, I WASHINGTON, I). 0. I THE KVKNINO ClItTIC. ElflRloCojiy sCont Br Carrier, per montl W Cents Bj mall, postUKO paid, ono year SVW Bj mall, postairo paid, six months 3.U0 By malt, postairo paid, or month.. ..fw Coats TUB SUNDAY CniTIC. luf;locfpy.. scents One year S.'.V) Jlall subscription! Invariably m advance. Address TIIKCItlTIC, Washington, B. 0. To-Nioiit's Amcshmknts. Natiokai. Tiikatiie Nat Goodwill In "A UutilMlne." ALDAt'oii'it Or-Eiu HncsE ! If. Emmet In I'tlUIn n Madhouse.1' Hawus' Buod TnrATnE "My 1'artner." Keiijjan's Tmkatmk "fho NlglitOwN." OtoiiK-Variety. i.ocA i. wua rnr.ii forecast. lor Ihe District of Columbia and Mary land, fair weather, turiable wimh; slightly vatmtr. Wawhinoto.v, Fihiiiuahy 11, 1890. The Cmtic regrets to find In ltusscll Harrison's Helena Journal an adver tisement of the Jlontnnn Lottery. If our worthy I'icsltlcnt ...

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

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 1890. VICTORY FOR SPRINGER. HE DEFEATS MR. CANNON ON THE FLOOR OF THE HOUSE. ItciiiibllciuiH .Support tlio Dpmoarats In Tlielr ProloMs Acntixt Uuttlnc Off IHftniiMlon nr tliu Now CJmlo of Kiiles. Tho journal of yesterday's proceed Ines was approved In tho Houso to-day liy a vote of 150 to 1, tlio Speaker counting a quorum. Mr. Cannon called up the proposed codo of rules and offered a resolution providing that general debate shall closo at 1 o'clock to morrow and that after debate under tho fivo-mlnuto rulo the previous question shall bo consld cied as oulercd, at -1 o'clock to-morrow. Protests were mado against cutting oft discussion In such short order, but without avail, and Mr. Cannon de manded the provlous question. Many llcprescntatlves voted against tho de mand, and It was rojectcd by an over whelming volo yeas, OS; nays, 140. Mr Springer Immediately claimed the floor, but Mr. Cannon declined to yield. Mr. Cannon then called...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 11 February 1890

TTTTC TTASmXGTOX CRITTO, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUATtY 11, 1890. it W SILK WORM CULTURE. INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF A NEW AMERICAN INDUSTRY. It In Urn (it, (100,000 I'iiiiiiiN iT Unioon. In I'ioiIiho tlio Hum Milk Uscil In 'Jhln Cminlrv Annual!) Secretary r,nil' 1lui Di'pitrtluont, Tie bunt or $20,000 was iippioprl (itcd for tlio use of tlio AgiicuHural Derailment tills year, for tlio encouragement nuil nilvnucemcnt of silk culluro In Aiucilcn. A large t( iiitgmncnl of sllk-woim csk, just re ceived fttim abroad, will lio ilhtt United jirntultrmly to all persons ilcslilnj; tlicin vvlio nmko piopor application to the Sccrelaiy of A;rictilluio Tlio tils tiibullon of these eggs takes place In the sprint;, just at the time when tlio fowl plants aio I tilling out Silk wot ins c mi be successfully led only upon tho leaves of tho osugu uranrro (the common hedge plant of the West) or tlio-c of lhi miilbiiry. Persons who have neither of these at their disposal should not ap ply, an it is Impossible ...

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

r The Washington Critic 22D YE ATX NO. 0,711). WASHINGTON,!). O., WEDNESDAY 15V10N1NG, FW18KUAKY l'J, 1890. imCE TWO CENTS. NEWS OF THE WORLD IN BRIEF. I. oral. Tliu Western Maryland Hallroad elected Olrcclois jestonlay. Mr. W. 11. It. Lowellyn Is liero to protest against the lcmoral of the Apaches. 'Ilicio Is n movement on foot to provide tho Government Printing Oflleo with n library. llio resignation of Major Raymond takes nwnytho power of Hie Commissioners to disburse money. Tlio city's hospitals have been crowded tills winter, especially during tlio preva lence of the "Blip." Daniel Hall dropped dead In Qalbrallli A.M. E, Zlou Church last night Just ntter singing tlio doxology. The property formerly used by the- First Baptist Church, on Thirteenth street, will bo used ns a concert and lecturo hall. The remains of Iloheit S. Todd, nophow of Abraham IJncoln, arrived this afternoon and were taken to .1. C. McGinn's resi lience. Albert Cox, who fell from a balcony at Xlovctith and J...

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

TUB WASHINGTON CEITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBItUAItY 12,1890. W ASUIIVUTO.X rUlTLT 11 VVKINS, CoWKN it DrsKKTT. B-43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). 0. THE KVKNINO tlilTIO. fclntdoCopy..... 3Cciti By Carr cr, ior month ...Cnts Br mall, postacopald, ono rear ,.4. Si 00 lty mail, postnco pa d, sir months 4.00 By mall, potnito paid, por month.. .W Cunts THE SUNDAY OHITIO. blnplocopy , 5 Cents Ono year Sl.W Mall subscriptions Invariably 111 advance. Aildress THE CRITIC, Washington, 1). C. TO-NIOHT'S AMUSEMENTS. National TiiFATnE Nat Goodwin In "A Gold Jtlne " Ai.tuuin's OrrnA HnuB J. K, Emmet In Tiltzln a Madhouse." IlAimts' Uijou TiiEiTiic "My 1'artnor." KnNAN'Tiii:ATiii: "rho Night Owls." Orinf -arlctj. J oc 17, nv.u 77;;,' rour.c.i st. 1 w the Diitrirt nf Columbia, Dtlawire mill ltiiiAimf, ruliler; ueitert'i winds; fair itinther. J'or 1 11 fliiiiii, I turn rather, Cfrciit loenl iiimn inrvutheiu portimi; lolilrr; noitli vulerhtllimlt, Washington, ri:mtuiir 12, 1890. Wi: iiak Mil h...

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

BBIBBBBBBWBlBBBBBBWHWBWWiV'-'?y wrfwii 'fwm; jWliW VHr''''-'''''"1" " flP' THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1890. BP ' -" " ' - , . ff(pMppgM RECOGNIZING BRAZIL. ACTION TAKEN BY THE SENATE IN A JOINT RESOLUTION. I.onc I-CRlslntlve Uny In the Houso Discussing tho Code ltcod Count n quorum Member Taking Things J,ially. Tlio Senate tblq afternoon unani mously passed tho joint resolution ice ognllng tho ItcpubMo of llrnzll. Senator Ingalls brouphttho Souator9 who hail llngorcil outsldo tho Scnato after it had convened this morning In with a rush by a. neat llttlo trick that is not now to tho Senate, Senator Sher man had just offered a joint bill con gratulating tho Republic of Bra.ll upon Its adoption of a republican form of Government, when Senator Ingalls noticed that thero was not a quorum present. Ho Immediately called for tho ayes and nays, and tho de linquent Senators who had been loung ing in tho corridors, thinking that somo partisan bill was about to bo ac...

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

2JK9iW!B-iS3raafea-s - "Tfe-SiSHSBCfcHSiJ . -"HWWW3WW?J 'JH,'.r rt TTIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, "WEDNESDAY EVENING, EEBRUAKY 12, 1890. & i i- v ;i ; J AYARDSOFTHE NATION. PEMOVING THE APACHE INDIANS FROM ALABAMA. lUr. W. II. II. I.ownlljn Toll Sumo. thing or tlin iiMuntiont unit llravoiil" Iti-it IMcn In tlio United Stntci 'I heir l'oroclotm Atrocities, On the recommcmlnllon ot Gunurnl Cinol; mid olhcr inlHtnry autliorlllcs Hie fc'cnnte bns passed n resolution to ii'ir,oo mlfiln Apaches now at Mt. Yimou, Ala., to the Kiowa, Coinunclio mul Apnchc reservations in tlio south wc"t iiortlott of Itullan Tcnltury. Tlioro niu iSUl) of tbusc Indians, men, woiwnund children, a few less than when Ihcy were moved to Alabama tlncc, veins ago. 31r. V, 11. II. Lowcllyn, who was for n long time agent to the Jlcsealcro Ap.'ichis, and who appeared on JUon ilny in piolcst before tho House Com mlttio conkidctiug the Senate resolu tion, biild to a Ciutic reporter last night that nobody but n man intimate...

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

" -jRfT9iH4!Wf W1 The Washington 0 220 YEAPw XO. 0,714... WASHINGTON, D. C THURSDAY EVENING, VEJJHUARY 13, 1390. IMUCE TWO GENTS. JtJL JL JLC. HEWS OP THE WORLD IN BRIEF. t.ncit1. Michntl lane, while drunk, tiled to cut his tin cm t lust night, but tlio Unlfo was too dull 'I lie hottllng-worlcs nt.W I'.lovcntli otreot uo slightly (lnningcd liy lire, caused liy in overheated plpo, Inst nlglit. .tunics M. Watson, charged Willi forging J)r. A, V. Pardon's name to several checks, lius been hold lor tlio grand Jury. An unknown colored man dropped un conscious In a strcct-cnr last nlglit, and died aB bo was taken Into tho Emergency Hospital. 'I lint Nationalism lias attained a foot hold In this tlly was attested by the pros enco of nearly n Iiuudrcd persons nt Ilia Intiqtitt last nlglit. The principal toast of tho evening at tho banquet of tho I.oyal Legion last night wns "The Memory of Abraham Lincoln,' m.d was responded to by .fustlco I'lold. Y.x Minister Astwood has written Con picfman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 13 February 1890

rt1 . asartsara? r jrxr- -s-- UJiHwaJ ilj urn ii ii"i p' "A.h iBdttMMMttffMHpfci'iMiaK.. "1? &..- T- 1 1. ; i trrrz WASHINGTON C UlTIC HAWKINS, COWEN fc llOSKUTT. 913 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). 0. TJ1J5 EVENING CRITIC. tlaelcCopy a Cent By Carrier, per month.. 35 Cents Jly mall, postaco paid, ono year ...$5.00 By mall, postnjto paid, six months ........ 3.00 .Ey mall, postage paid, per month.... V) Cents THE SUNDAY CIHTIC. Fluglecopy 5 Cents One year $2.90 Hall subscriptions Invariably tn advance. Address THE CHITIC, Washington, D. C. To-Niom's Amusements. )Uimis' Bijou Tiieatiik "My rartner." National TiiEAinE Nat Goodwin In "A nM Mine." -'AtlsAvoii's OnnA Housn J. K. Emmet In '11ltBln n Muillionso," KinsAN's Tn bathe "The Night Owli." Glow: Variety. local weather forecast. 'or the Diitricl nf Columbia and Marti land, teaniirr; fair weather; variable ninth. For Virginia, mtrmtr; variable wind; fair weather. .Washington, Fkiiiutauy l!), 1800. "As SrRAKEit I cannot expre...

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

-Mwi&uati' I THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBKUABT 13, 1890. MORE NEW BUILDINGS. IMPORTANT LOCAL MEASURE TnODUCED IN THE SENATE. IN- htnatoi- Morrill Wnntn nn Inebrinto Asylum llotli House JInvo Ilec ognlxetl llrnr.ll.Tnrl(T Henrlnc Uapltol Gottip lu the Committees. flu Hptchd Wire fioni the Vapltol. There was ft inoro llian usual number of visitors to the Senate Chamber bo fore the opening of the session this morning. Scnntor John II. Iloagan of Texas, who was in hin sent at 11 6'cloek, was tlio only member present. Ho came in for n good ileal of atten tion, nml wns starcil nntl pointed at in a manntr tlmt would lrovo given considerable worrlmcnt to an ordinary man. Ho seemed un aware of what was going on about him, fcowovcr, and continued writing until the opening of the session, when the othor Scnatois divided with him tho attention lie was attracting, Scvcial bills of considerable import ance to the District of Columbia wcro presented. The most important of these...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 13 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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