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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 21 January 1882

rPIEEEY-ENT3Sr& OKITIO, WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. HSTABLIBHKD AUOPBT. HIH. AMUSEMENTS. Forl'n 0tcrn-1irmif The faraom Hoston Ideal Opera Comniujr closo their successful engagement to night, JiretcuUnK tlio " Mascot " with n strong enst. Next week tlio queon of tragoJy, Jaunusclick. Antlonnl Tlicntrr. Tlio ucctsjfiil, profitable, tliongli lrlof, cngagtincnt or Lnnrcnco Uirrctt closoj with to-nlglit'8porfotmanco,when"IJlc!mril III." will bo Riven. Noxt tlio Rreatcst of nil sensations, "Tlio WorM." Thcnlre Cmiilqur. Tlio great bill wliicli lias proved suclt a drawing can! at tills thcatro the prosont week will bo withdrawn after to-night. Nest week miny now attractions. irnr-WIIlc. Tlilf, now very attractive, lecturer will appear at Lincoln Hall next Monday night, lie will deliver his favorito lecture, 'Tlio English Renaissance."' Tlio troublo ba twecn Mr. Wlldd and Mr. Archibald 1'orbes has ended, tlio latter having written tho former n lct...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 23 January 1882

ifMl "'WIWWHP m"Wt.m .$m?f- Evening Critic. s ' SPENTS FOURTEENTH YEAB. WASHINGTON, D. Q, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1S82. NUMBER 4,131. The VENTJ I ir F m 4 'tt W . AMUSEMENTS. NA rATIONAL THBATnU. Tlio a real Realistic anil Spectacular Drama, B TX3E5 -WOTR'LnD. OKD'S OrERA-HOUBE. THIS (MOKDA.Y) EVENING, JAXUAUY 33, rirtt appearance thl MMurm of tlio Greatest LU lng TragoJIenno, JANAUSOHEK. The luUlal performance wilt be of Schiller's Itla torlcal Masterpiece, MARY STUART. Sanaueclick ns Mary Queen of Scots, Tuesday-..." BLEAK-IIOUSE "Wednesday Evening, ) voTnrn and rov Saturday Matinee,.. mo" and bui Next week Janatuchek will appear In several new plays to be announced. M' R. B. D'OYLB CARTB lias tne nonor to announce mat Oscar Wilde, Oscar Wilde, Will deliver an address at Lincoln Hall Monday Evening, Jan. 23, Subject: THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE. Tickets. Including reserved Beats $1.00 to be bad Thursday at Hetterott's. jaiO-Gt rpHEATBB COMIQUE. MONDAY. JANUAIlY 23, Nightly and Tuesday and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 23 January 1882

7!FBtf$ft v '' ti' THE EVENING CRITIC, WASnEtfGTOK, V. Cm MONDAY, JANTJAttY 23, 1882. THE EVENING OlilTIO rubUshod Dally (Sundays Excepted) BY TIIH EvonlnsCrltlo PubllshlnsCompany Oil NINTH 8THEKT NOllTHWEST, VunixmiXi D.C. TEHMSj mnoui corv.. . a CENTS BY CAlllUKIt, per Month . ... JJ CifTS 11Y MAUilPoslnBorftlitJOno Year. $'" J1Y MAIMrosUMCerKldlHIx Months.. ..! Mall Subscription Invariably In Advance, KVBNINO eWTTO PUIIMSHINO COMrANY, WAWHlWflTOV. O.C. m . Entered t the l'est Offlco In Wa!ilngton as sec end claw malter. Monday, Jan. 23, J882. llnslnrii Principles TJacli of Iho Executive) Departments of tlic Government Is rcqulrml to submit, nt the luglnnlng of each regular sosslou of Congress, an estimate of tlio amount needed to pay tlio expenses of tlio Popirtmcnt for tlio next fiscal year, beginning on tho first of July following. Tlicso estimates must bo mado In dotail, ppcclfylug tlio object for which ovcry dollar asked for Is to bo used. When received, tlio estimates go to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 23 January 1882

iter"- ' the lavaasrnsTG ohitic, Washington, d. o., Monday, January 3, iss2. m . J?i '"V . ;u ft' rce. .ik THE EVENING CRITIC. BBTABLIBIWH ACCOST iSH. WEATHER IHDtCATlOHsi The special bulletin imcd from tho Slg-nnl-offlco to-day rays! Tho Indications oro that Vory cold nnd fair weather will contlnuo in tho Stlcldlo and Now England States until Tuesday morning) followed on Tuesday by contin ued cold nnd clondy weather, and winds shifting to easterly. Tho indications aro that tho temperature will rlso slowly In tho Mtalsslajil Valley nnd tho Northwest on Tuesday. PEnTINENT PARAGRAPHS. The pollco mado but eight arrests yes terday. There was n short docket at Judgo Bncll's reception to-day. Bthket LAitrs will ho lighted nt 5:33 p. m. nnd extinguished at C.SO a. ru. A NUHnKn of cases of snoalc llilovlntr and picking pockets wcrejreportod to tho pollco to-day. Tho list is rising as rapidly as tho temperature falls. An accidental flro occurred InUnlontown last night, by which a framo build...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 23 January 1882

j -F" THE EVENING CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. O., MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1382. W w-. It- i ' THE EVENING 01UTI0. ESTABLISHED AUGUST, 1865. AMUSEMENTS. TanVn Opcrn-tioinc. This week and next .Tanauscbck, tlio qttoenof tragedy, with n strong company, will ptesotit a series or favorlto plays nt Ford's Opcra-houso. To-night "Mary Stuart'1 will bo performed, nnd to-morrow nnd Salurday nights "Bleak Houso." Wednesday evening and nt Saturday's matluco, "Mother nnd Son" will bo pro duced In splendid stylo, a " Winter's Talo " Thursday night, nnd "Deborah" Friday. Janauschck Is n great favorllo in Washing, ton, nnd her engagement, It ll assumed, Will bo a successful one. JVnt lomil llicntrc. "Tho World, " after oxtcnslvo prcpain tlous, will bo Introduced for tho approval of tho Washington rnbllc nt tho National Theatre to-night. It is a realistic, sensa tional, spectacular drama that has met with overwhelming success elsewhere, ami prom ises to attract overflowing audiences hero. Iliofainoof this gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 24 January 1882

wmr mwmmr -f-ww rivwifq&iwr'wtr, The Evening Critic. 2 sPENTSy rOUHTIfiENTH YEAH. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2d, 1882. NUMBER 4,132. (P) AMUSEMENTS. "l-ATIONAti TnBATli, Monday. Jwiarv2T, Positively One Vek. first tirnml Production In Wfuhlnnton of ;ol Tlllcn Itealfcllo and Hen anil on alj Fji pellicular Draran, tlio $ "WORLD!" Wlthalt the magnificent scenery and novel tni cliAulcnl eftectv vhlclt characterized Its over whelming rucccm of ;M nights At tiro Diitinv LANr. TiinATitr, londov, and WALLAtK'H lllKATIIi; AND NIllLOS UARDKN, NKW 0.OKK. The Departure rrnm Africa, The InrernarMftehlno, The Raft In Mid Ocean Tbe last Dron of Water, The Lunatic Atrium, The lomcngpr Elevator. Mnllnccs Wednesday and Baturdav', Monday, Jan. SO -MIL JOHN McCULLOUait. FORD'S OPBBA-HOUal! THE MAJHSTY Or TltK STAGE. THE gUEKNMr JANAUSOHEK. TO NIGHT, BI.KAK 1I0URK LADVDEDLOCK AND ItOIlTENSl J23 Wednesday.., Thursdaj . . Irlday ... . . Mother and Son, Countess mA Winter n Tnlc, Hcrmloue . . ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 24 January 1882

THE ETENTSTG CRITIC, TVASITDTaTOF, JL. C, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1SS2. 1 tf w v & 'H m TJ115 EVENING OltlTIO Published Dally (Snndnys Kiooptoil) BT TUB EvonlnsCrltlc PubllshlngCompany BU NINTH STBKKT NOHTltWUJT. WAiiimoTou, D. 0. TERMSl SINOLr, COPY.. .-......-.... . a CKNT8 iiy t'Aitlur.u, per Month .aaoKsra 1IY MAIt.ll-ORlBitol-KklJOneYpar .- to UY MAHjh'ostauel'alilSMt Moulin.. . in.1 Mallbubscilpllon Invariably In Advance. EVENINCJ CntTIC 1'IM1I,ISUIN(J COMPANY, WAMITVnTO 1. O. Knterrd t the Tost Ofllco In Washington us sec ond class matter. Tuosday, Jan. 24, 1882. Thoinnv I Jnmci n i HncnU-tllli-f, , " Wo hnvo hitherto dealt with tlio iwrson whoso namo hauls tills nrticlo la his capacity of liar ntidrcrjurcr only. It seomi to bo pretty generally conceded that his icput In that capacity is perfect ami pennanont, so that further dljcimlou Is un necessary. But thcro aro other phuoi of lilidiaractcr qulto as well worth tho at tention of tho public, nud to those wo shall from tlmo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 24 January 1882

rrrwiii - - " TITE WEOTBTG- OTITIC, WASHINGTON, D, 0., TUESDAY, JANUATtY 2d, 1882. & M k L M THE EVENING ORITIO. WSTABLISHED APOUBT IKB. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tlio special bulletin Isincd from tho Slg-nul-offlco to-day says ! Tho Indications are that tho tempcratiiro trill rlso in Now England and tho Mlddlo and South Atlantlo Stittei during Vodncs day, with cloudy Tieathor uud snow or rain. PEHTlNENy PAtUQnAPHS. Street LAitrs will bo lighted at 0 p. m. and extinguished at G:20 a. m. Nine snow cases wcro disposed of by Judgo Sncll to-day with tho usual $2 fine. This pollco mado thlrty-soven arrcatl daring tho tweuty-fonr hours ending at 8 a. m. . A delegation of forty from Dakota arrived yesterday, andtlio mercury dropped to tho neighborhood of zoro. Tun river was covered with Ico from chore to shoro this morning, but tho stcam- coats nau no uiuicuity in opening a chan nel. The Coroner was yesterday notified of the sudden death of Nathan Street in West's alley, and gave a ccrtl&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 24 January 1882

1 '.V r.r TIIE EVENTKG OJOTIO, WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, JANTJAKY 24, 1882. " flfe THE EVENING CllITIO. KSTADMSnnD AUGUST. 1309. AMUSEMENTS. roril'd 0ern.liouc. Madnmo Janauschok wa wclconioil last night liy n largo ami cntlnulastlc audi cncc, and ScMUcr's "Mary Sttitrt" win never moio splendidly performed lu this city. Janauschok la supportod by a strong company. To-night, 'Ulonk Home." At to-morrow's matlnco, "Mother and Son." Nnllonnl Then. re. Tho Initial pcrformauco of "Tho World" was witnessed by on enthusiastic audienco last night nt tho National Thoatro, who wero instantly convinced that not one claim previously mado for it had been over. drawn. Tho play Is declared most nng. niflcent production, and is cortaln of a suc cessful week. Everybody should go and eco "Tho World." Tlicntro Comlqiic. This popular theatre throw out tho caul "standing-room only" beforo 8 o'clock last night. Tho houso was packed and tho jicrforinanco excellent. "For a I.ifo," tho drama, was performed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 25 January 1882

,-?i f B r The Evening Cbitic. 2 CENT$ VPENTS A - FOUBTEENTH YEAR. WASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1882. NUMBER 4,133. M A i. I fol AMUSEMENTS. F ORD'S OPEBA.HOUSD. JANAUSOHEK To- tight In the Orcat Emotional riay of MOTHER .A-ttT-D S03ST "With ft company never mirpasscd In her renowned ,. career for ability and power. TliepHnHpat artists recalled spontaneously for great netlnff, Jananschok recalled threo times successively. Thursday, SUA KSl'lIA UK'S WINTER'S TALE Janauschck -...as ......Queen Hetmlone. Friday.... w..l)r. Moscnthal's I) E 110 UAH Only Janauschck Matlneo Saturday. N"ext week Janauschck will appear In several new and the roont famed o her older characters. "VTATIONAti THEATBtf. Monday. January 23. Positively One Week. First Grand Induction In Washlnston of Col TlUe's Keallstlo nnd Hensatlonal Spectacular Drama, the "WORLD!" . With all the magnificent scenery and novel mo chanlcal cfTects, which characterlred Its over whelming success or700 nights at the DII...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 25 January 1882

I TIIE EVENING 01UT10, WASHINGTON, JJ. C, WEDNESDAY, JAOTAItY 25, 1882. is il ft TJ1E EVENING CltlTIO rnbllstacd Dully (Sundays Ktccptcd) nr tiir EvonlngCrltlo PubllahlnRCompany Oil NINTH 8T11KKT JtOni 1IWKST, WASltlNnTO?', D.C TERMS: nlNfll.1t COPY .... a CKNJS 11 V CAltlUMt, yr Jtont!l... ..3 I"'.? liv MAlI.(l-OTiiisel,1cl)Onerar ? -fl"? IIY MAlMlV!tiiirorl(l)HlT Mniitlis.. $a us Mall Subscription I nrarlably In AiU aacr. KVEJUNO ClltTtO rUtlMHITtKa COMPANY, . WASttlxnTOV, 1M. ., Enttrrd atlhe restOOIco In Washington as sec ant! class mailer. ' Wednesday, Tan". 25,882 Secuktabv roi.oi.it sij tlio ton por cent. i nionlli men can no longer prey upon tho clerks in tlio Treasury. i Jupoe ToBTEn's closing sroccli In tlio (iultcau trial fully sustnlus tlio reputation licictoforo enjoyed by that eminent lawyer. Tun cvjloglum passed by Jtulgo Tortor upon ci-Eciintor Colliding Is ono or tlio finest tliat could bo paid. Tlio English langnngo was novcr used to better effect. A i.oso sioii of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 25 January 1882

. THE WEXIHG CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C:, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1882. m THE EVENING CRITIC. WBTADI.IBHBI) AUtltfHT t08. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tho special bulletin Issued from tlio Slg-nal-ofnco to-day Bays! Tlio indlcatlone aro that tlio tomricraturo will rlso slowly In tho Mlildlo and Now Hnfiland Slates during Wednesday nnd Thursday, with clomly weather anil snow or" rain, followed by partly clonJy nroa(hor, during Thursday In tlio Mlildlo State, PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. ' Btakkt lamps will ho lighted at 10:13 p. m. and exttnmilshcd at G.20 ft. m. Tiik- pollco made tncnty-ono arrests during tho twenty-four hours ending at 0 . in. to day. It 1 en Ann Baiii.ow, a colored man, ngod sovcHty-threo years, died suddonly at lib homo In Clarke's alley yesterday afternoon. Tho Coroner has bocn notified. t lot of fancy costumes nnd masks stolen from a colored organization were re covered by I.lcut. Arnold yesterday In a vacant liouio where, thoy had been hidden. A RUNAWAY horso belonging to John ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 25 January 1882

.'MSM r ,H ,wf ir THE EYENHSTG CRITIC, WASHINGTON, B. O., WEDNESDAY, JANUAJBF? 25, 1882. 5. .1 E - ft ft s. f y up t THE EVENING 0H1T10. BBTAnLIBIIKD august, lfM. GOHE VVnOHO. nethlcnllon of ft. Clinpmnu Neilp,nr Atrxntiilrln. Mr. B. Chapman Nettle, of tlio law firm of Kent & Ncnlo, of Alexandria, litvlng bo como financially Involved, liai mado somo transfers of real estato, and attachments havo In tlirco or four cases boon Issued ngnlnst Ms property. Itolias loiiR boon a lending local politician and candidate for tlio consorvatU o congressional nomination. Mo married somo ten years ago Miss Carson, tlio daughter of a wealthy Ualtlmoroan. Ho was member of tho Maryland Club of Baltimore. Tho full amount of neither his liabili ties nor of his assets Is known, although tho former Is stated to bo at loast $30,OJO. Among his creditors are. said to bo Mrs. Philip Hooff, over $5,000; M. Slaughter, $3,P00; lion- John S. Barbour, $2,500; Sarah Stedolph, formerly with tho Caronovo family,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 26 January 1882

Evening Critic THE VgENT NgENTg FOlOiTEEaSTTII YEA1. WASHINGTON, D. Q, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2G, 18S2. NUMBER d-,134. K AMUSEMENTS. Pr r-,-SS -i - J si r, -v i w .. . a -v wr TATIONAI TUnATIlU. jpSNotwIthstAlirtlng theatiow, sleet, nnd rain, tlip liouselafltnlgtitwnsPRnln flllwl to repletion to Witness tho srusntlonal spectacular drama, tbo "WORLD I" With nil the magnificent scenery nnd novel mo chiintcnl cmcls. which clinracterired its over v helming micccm of 7u0 nights nt tho M11II1Y I.ANK TIinATltn, UlNDON, AND WALLAUK'H TlIllATlti: AND NI11LOS UA11DKN, NEW YOllIC The Departure frnm Africa, lbo Infernal Machine. . . . The Haft In Stld-0:ean, The lest Drop of Water, The Lunatic AkvIuui, Tlie Passenger Elevator. Every livening and Saturday Matinee. Box-sheet for snlo of scats now open. M6ndny, Jan. 80.-11 II. JOHN JIcCBlVLOtJair. F ORD'S OPEBA-noUSB. JANAUSOHBK To-TCIght In the Great Emotional llny of MOTHER 5k.XTX S03ST WHU a company never nurpawi 1 in her renowned cured for ability ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 26 January 1882

THE EVENING OTITIC1, -WASHINGTON, l. C, TIHJRSDAY, JANUA11Y 20, 18S2. B- THE EVENING CRITIC PnbltalicA Dally (Sundays Excepted) EvcnlngCrltlc PubllshlngCompany 811 NINTH STREET NORT1IWE-IT, WASlItNnTOM, P. C. TEHMSl KINOLE COW.. -....- CKNTH I1V CARUIhll, per Momh aj OUSTS J1Y MAlIjtrostairnl'aUmirip Ye.r f I.ICi JIV MAlLU'oMn.ol'aldSels: Months. 3.'J3 Moll Subscription InrnrlAbly In AdvAnce. aptirvs evening critic rum.iMiiiN'a roMiwmr, Washixbtov. IML'. Entered m the Past OfUce in Washington R oml class matter. Thursday, Jan. 26, 1SS2. We rrntiwtclscwticro in to-tby's Cnmc the intcrcstltiB matter relating to tho Guttcan trial which was contained In our extra edition last nlglit. Within ten mtn utcs after tlio jury had lcturncd their ver dict of gnllty Tun Critio win on tho street with au Intelligent synopsis of tho ndmlrnblo cliargo of Judgo Cox aud with nn interesting account of tho scenes in tho courtToom after tho rendition of tho ver dict. Our evening contemporary catno out wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 26 January 1882

THE EVENING OIU.TIC, -WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1882. H. THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST ISM. WEATHER INDICATIONS. The, special bulletin Isiticd from tho Signal-office to llay says ! Tho Indications nro that tho tctnpoMturo will rlso In tho districts on tbo Atlantlo roast anting Thmwliiy with rain, followed l.y viatmcr, clearing weather on Friday. PEHTIHEHT PARAGRAPHS. THE COURTS. Slush 1 Uuihl Slush 1 The walking to-day was just fearful. Alt. good pcoplo will put nshoi or saw dust on their sidewalk'. Steeet lamp, will bo lit at 11:15 p. m. nml extinguished at 15:20 n. m. Tun pollc.) mado twenty-sorcu arrests during the twenty-four hours ending at 9 n. m. to-day. A MAitBlAon llccnto was Issucdllo-day to H. It. Ay lor and Blanche Aylor, both of y ailison, Vtt. An tmtMror.TAST mooting of tho mali ngers tf tho Katloual Fair Association wa? held at tho National Hotel last ovcnlug. Khali:, druggist, owner Sovcnth nnd N streets, having rofittcd aud restocked, makes a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 26 January 1882

TILE EVENING OTITIC, WASHINGTON, D. O., TITUKSDAY. JANUARY 2G, 1S82. to K THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABI.ISn.ED AUUU3T. 1SH. D'HAl D'niTH. VrococilliiK lit lilclimonil Vcslcr clny Elect Inn of Olllccrt. District Oraml Lodge, No. 5, 1. O. Il'nal B'tltli, lcasscmblcd nt 10 o'clock yostcnTiy morning nt Klelmioml, Va. Tho llrat ba li nens transacted was tho election of ofllcorj for tho cnsulnR term. Tlio following woro elected: M. J. Solomons, of Sivunnili, president; Leo Wolf, of Ilaltlmoro. first vice-president; Divld Stern, of Chirlottos X lllo, Va., second vlcc-prosldont: Dr. S. I). Wolffe, of llaltlmore, secretary; A. Goal man, of Italtlmore, treasurer; J. Jacobaon, of Washington, sorfrennt-at -arms. Tho secretary read a telegram from Hon. Simon Wolf, consul general nt Cairo, Egypt, a member of tho order, and chairman of toe. orphan asylum board of control, sendlug his greeting nnd congratulations, and pray ing that laws for tho benefit of tho orphan aiylum fund would bo carried out. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 27 January 1882

The Evening Critic. Wnw VjjENTij FOU11TERNTH YE ATI. WASHINGTON, 3). C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1882. NUM HER 4,1535. AMUSEMENTS. Vf ATIONAX. TIIDATRB overwhelming hueccsnif Uic SoihiUIo-j il, Sjiec- TUB -WORLD. Crowded llrmv, rnthmhulle Audiences rr "1 IVIitltln In IJurorm and Amerloa i taw f( uNr a t xrii iici unn Tlie Departure from A Trim, The Infernal Mtt'ihliie , . , 1 he lUfi In MM Ocuti The LaM. nrojt of ater. 'Iho J in ale Arlum rite 1'vwenjrer Ktewitnr Tho whole rcimprUtiiK the mmt -uiccesriUof m l i rn ihy lnlliicoHntnrdn nt CIietp Trice- Monday, Jam i -Mil JOUV Mf(t7MOir(ISt llox shcU for sale of seats n , open Iord a opLnA-nousn The Trnxedr Q ieen, JANAUSCHEK. Dr. Moscntlial i (iront l'lny ot DEBOBAH. Written rxprisMj for Janauscliek. Hftlnrday Mallnce, tho (treat Emotional l'lfly of nVTO-nKCEH k.3:T3D S03ST Sttjrilny Night . TJLKAK HOUSli, ICext Momlaj , Janauscliek, as Queen Kathcrlne, lnSh iLciHAiea Illstorlcul l'lay of llENll VIII. On Jtondaj , I'clinnrv 0, tillliort .t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 27 January 1882

TUB EVENING CRITIC1, WASHINGTON, V. O., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1882. THE EVENING OIUTKJ rnbltahcd Dally (Sundays Czaoptol) nir TRK EvonlnnCrltlo PubllahlnrcCompany 511 NINTH STIIKET NOUTIIWIMT, WASIimaTOJJ, l).a TEHMS: PINOt-r. CXJPY. ... a cr.NTH 11V OAimiP.lt. per Month . 3.1 OK.N'TH 11V MAIIiM'flsUgo l'aldione Year $ II" 11Y MAlf.h'mtare raid) six Months. $a.3 Mall Subscription Invnrlably In Advance. KVENINO CTUTIO 1'Olll.IMltlNa COMPANY, WABUIHOTOH, 1). C, Kntcrcdnttho Test Offices la Wellington aj sco ond class matter. Friday, Jan. 27, 1S82. Wn jurxin from tlio utterances of Mr. Villnrii's personal organ, tlio Urcmng Post, that Jrr. Sclmrz's somewhat colcbratcil de cision In tlio lanJ-Krant caso is viewed by tlio Northern Pacific managers as conclusive anil Irreversible. Mr. VillanVs personal organ Is mado to Bay In effect, " Let Con gress pass n bill declaring our grant for felted IT it pleases. Wo will tben rest our caso on an nrpcal to tlio Supremo Court." Tills Is a slircwd pl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 27 January 1882

THE EVE3TOTG CRITIC, WASHINGTON, IX C., F1UDAY, JANUARY 27, 1S82. r THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISltKD AUGUST ISO. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tho special bulletin lamed from tlio Slg-nal-offlco to-day Bays: Tho indications arc that filiplitly coldor, fnlr weather will prevail iu Now Enjjlan d nud tlio northern portion of tbo Middlo States durlnR Saturday; colilor, partly cloudy woatlior will prevail during Sitnr day In tho South Atlantio StatC3 and Vir ginia with light local rains. PERTINENT PAiUQHAPHS. Mauk Twain lias contributed a check for $10 to tho Union Veteran Corps fair. Tun rollco mado twenty-fivo arrests during tbo twenty-four hours ending nt 0 n. m. to-day. James Allen, n colored boy, wa3 sen tenced to thirty days In jail to-day for stealing 40 cents from Goorgo Johnson. Tun District docket at Pollco Court to day was brief nud nnlntorcstlng, two tramps and thrco reckless cursors number ing tho list of victims. Thomas Onr.rtTON, n, colored man, was charted In tho Pollco Court with...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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