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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 2 February 1882

' 'Tmte&f$frwrn,r " 7-" ' "'W' ip ? ; THE EVENING OBITIO, WASHINGTON, D. Q., TITUKSDAY, PEBUAKY 2, 18$2. Q TILE EVENING C1UT1U KSTABLfSnED AUdCST HM, AMUSEMENTS. 1'oriTs OiK-rii'liimoc. Tills evening ,T(innuchck ttnil her com pany will peiform " Debsmli, " tlio fmiou nctress assuming tlio tltlo rolo " M ltlior Mid Son" will Lo rcproilucwl lo-morroiv night, mul" Jtniy Stuttit" nt Saturday 'a luatlncn. Niillnmil Tlirntrr. Ouo nioro qml tlio lust opportunity for uHnessInK John McCullougli's famous "Vlrglnlus" will bo oQ'crcil tonight. This character McCullough has mado a master, plcco. Tomorrow iilglit, "King Lear. " Saturday inatlncc, "Ingomar." Cmnllln I'r.n, This rcnovtcii violinist, assisted liy n splendid corps of nrtlstf, Including Mlsi JlnrRiicrilo Hall ami Sir. Augusta Biuret, will giro a farewell conrort at tlio Con Krcpalional Church, Wednesday night, tho 15th Instant. It promises to ho a brilliant event. Scats can bo secured at Kills' music etoro on and after next Saturd...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 3 February 1882

Iff The .- Obitio. VENING FOUETEENTH YEAH. WASHINGTON, D. Q, FRIDAY, FEMiUAittY 3, 1882. NUMBER 4,141. Wnt In Wrry AMUSEMENTS. "noHD'B orrnA-Housn. T1111 OnKATJAKArBCttr.K. rAitEwi-LL of 1 m: qukun of tiiaqkdy. lO-NlUHT, 3VtOTI3:B3R Ji.TZIX S03ST. Pntnrday Matlnc,........ Baturday Evening.-.... .MAllV RTUAUT .....UESJIY VJII On Mondsy.rebrusry fl, Gilbert A Sullivan's Ball rlcal, Jl!st)tello Opera of rATtr.xcE; or, The Sunflim cr and llio Lily. With a lltlllant rnscmble of rrIncIpals,CIioniias. Costumes, ftoenfry. etc. Tho Chorus will be Chiefly Church Choir Hlngers. An llhtstraled brochure (etchings by Kemlrlrk) description of a party in orrhestra chairs ndrnlr. lntr 1'alleiice, 11 pice,, full ime Illustrations, will be Riven to ladles on application. lilaRram now ready for sale or seal. -J-ATIONAIj TIIEATRU. i:vcry"Evcnlnj and Saturday Matinee, rlrstcnsailcmentlnVtfnshliiRton'ilncohlsbrllllant sea-inn at DHUnV I.ANI!, LONDON, ENGLAND, ol the Kiulnent Traseuian, MR. JOHN McOULLOUGH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 3 February 1882

THE EVEtflXG CRITIC, WASHINGTON, JJ. C, FRIDAY, FEBftUATtY 3, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC ruullshcil Dully (Snmlays Kxccptcd.) MY TtIK EvenlngCrltlc PubllshlngCompany B1I NINTH STIWET KOIlTItWEST, WAUtlf aTOSC, 1). C. TERM Si mnolk cory. a CFST5 1IY l'Allimn,p Month a.1 ChNTS 1Y MAIL! lVwtRKol'aldlOne Year. JO 11Y MAlI.iroxtnBPuM)Hlx Months.. . .... $ 3 Mall subscription Invariably In Advance. XVRNINO CltlTIO 1UIII.1HHIN1 COMPANY, WARtmieTOV, 11. IX Kntered at the Test OBJce In Washington as sec ond claw matter, Friday, February 3, 1882. In tlio iiVjiiittinm of this morning appear statements from Cart- Eads ami Hon. II, 1 Tago toticlilnj? tho recent decision of tho Intcroccnnlc subcommittee to report ad versely on tlio Tcliuintopcc Ship Hallway project. The controversy Itself Is of no In terest to vts, but It seems fair to say that If tlio committee based Its action upon Its v lew of tho scientific problems Invohcil In Capt. Tads' proposition, It cxccodcd Its juris diction. Wo do not u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 3 February 1882

THE EVENING- CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, FEBHUAHY 3, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST ISS. PERTINENT PAnAORAPHS. lr you want to bo amused soo tho "I'ait. lornlmc of Statues" at Lincoln Hall to night. CiiAitLra II. Fncxcu, of I.upoi, Neb., was tho only new wltncsi Introduced to tho grand jury to-duy to tostlfy In tho Btar-routo cases. A riAY matie anil sorrel colt wai stolen from tho stable of Mr. William Fletcher, tho contractor, at Twenty-fifth and I stroets, on Wednesday night. John Weiines, another victim of tho slippery sidewalk, had a broken nrm set and other wounds cared for at tho Freed men's Hospital last night. Jin. GEottan 1). Roiuxpon has Intro duced n bill In tho Hot to remit or refund tho duty paid on two painted-glass windows from Loudon, England, for All Souls' Church. Some unknown thief succeeded In ste.il- Ing two thousand cigars from ono of Stoven ion's express wagons last ovonlng whllo tho wogou was being driven out Pennsylvania avenuo to Georget...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 3 February 1882

-,. ir v,.- THE EVENING C1UTIC, WASHINGTON, I). C, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY" 3, 1882. LI. ,t Ifs 1 lit r THE EVENING ClUTItt BiTAItl.IgUgD AtWtfST, 1S3S. AMUSEMENTS. J'ortl's Oiicrn-liotiic. Tonlglit Jannuccholc will nnpoar again In "Mother nnrt Son." "Mary Stuart" nmtlaco to-morrow. 3SntloimI Tlicntro. Jolm McCuUongli played "Vlrglntuj" Inst night to a packed house "King I.ear ' to-night. "Ingomar" inntlnco to-morrow. Cnmllln ITro. This famous violinist, Miss Marguerite Hall, nnd Mr. Angusto Sntirct will appear at the Congregational Church In n Brand farewell concert Wednesday evening, tho 15th inst. Sale of seats hcgln nt Kills' music storo to-morrow. CiiltnlThcnlro. Oo and sco tho Funny Six Combination at tho Capital. They're tminonso nnd hnvo rciformcd to largo audiences all tho week. Mallnco to-morrow. Tnblcnux VlvniilN. Tlioso who failed to seo tho tableaux at Lincoln Hall, last evening missed n treat. Tho handsome figures, artistically posoJ, with bright dresses, under calcium lights...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 February 1882

Che Evening Critic IfOUJITEENTH YEAH. WASHINGTON, D. G, SATURDAY, FEMtUAltY 4, 1882. NUMBER 4, IJ2. r ENTSj VENTJj AMUSEMENTS. -VTATIONAL, THEATRB. TlilsPaturday Kvenlng, Bhakspeare's Historical Trngrdv, ltlCUAItl) 111 Or, The Bailie of Bosvvorth ricld. Next Monday, Second roMtlvely Last Week of the KralnentTragcptan, MR. JOHN McODLLOUGH, Hnpporlrtl by tho most powerful company ever organized, under Lho management of WILLIAM m. COKKER. MonilAV - -.TUIS GLT)IATOTl liwday VIUOINIUH Wfdncfln a ....... Tliumlay.. ........ OTlllxm ..DAMON AND FYTJIIAU Friday Henflt of MU. JOHN McCULLOUaiL Hatunlny Nlalit-rarewcll Performance. Ortinrt Vnml 1 y Matinee on Hatrdnv,lg o'clock. TORD'B OrERA-nOUSB. TJIH OIlKATJANAfSCIIEK. rAJlEWELL OX THI3 QUEEN OP TRAGEDY. TO-NIUHT, Queen Catherine in Henry VIII. On Monday .rebruary c, Gilbert A Sullivan's Satl- rlcnl, l;thetlc Opera of PATIENCE; or, The Sunflower and the Lily Willi n Ttrlllant Ensemble of Prlnctpals.Choruses, Costumes.Pcenery, ttc. The Choru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 February 1882

V V THE EVEKISTG C1UTIC, WASHINGTON, X. C, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC rulillsliod Dally (Snnduys Kxccplcd) BT THR EvcnlngCrltlo PubllslilnsCompany Sll NINTH STREET N0UT11WK3T, WAMlIxnTov, D. O. TERMS: MNOLK COPY ... .... HY CAllWKll, pcrMontb 1IY MAlI.n'iwtaKe.'alillOno Year . ltV MATf.nVKlncn lnl,11MlT Aranl llA.. . 3 cunts .is cK.vm .. I so trl 3.1 JMau&uoscriptlon invRrianiy in auvnuw. EVES1KO CRtTIO l,UM.I'IHJf(.i COMPANY, WABUIKOTOy. P. O. Kntrred at the Pest Offlco In Waishiogtou as sec ond class matter. Saturday, February 4, 1882. The United Slntes is i very formldablo jiotvcr to 1U own cltlrcns. Mr. 111. vine's Mends would bo do lighted if Micy could bcllovo that ho Is nctunlly so formldablo ft caudld.tto for tho l'rcsldcncy as lits enemies teem to fear that lie Is. Terhars Mr. nialno'a enemies may succeed hi nominating him II t licy peHOvcro - i - Mn. IUainc'b letter, published to-day, Is not only good rcadlug for tho multitude, but if tho rrealdcut ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 February 1882

n. iimo f m THE EVENING CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, FEJ3"RlTA"RY 4, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. KSTAIltlSltEn AUOUSTIAOR, WEATHER IHD1CATIOH3. Tlio special bulletin Issued from tho Slg-nnl-offlco to ilay nays ! Fnlr wcntlier Is Imlicntctl on Sunday in tlio (lull nnil South Atlantic Stats? nnd clcnilng weather In tho Miuillo Statos. PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. Tin: street lamps will not bo lit this CAcnlng. ItonKtiT O'Neal was lined $103 by Judgo Snell for keeping an unlicensed bar. Tnr pollco mndo thirty arrests during tlio twenty-four hours ending at 0 a. m. Till! pollco leports to-day showed sovon teen arrests for falling to cloar tho snow off tidcwalks. Mrs. Hannah Whitehall Smith will preach at Wesley Chapel, corner Fifth nnd F streets, to-morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock Keali:, druggist, corner Scvonth and N stieets, having refitted nnd rostockod, ronkesn specialty of trusses and surgical nppl innccs. A hill has been tiled in equity by llonry O. Middle-ton against Isabel 11. (ll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 February 1882

THE EVENING ORTTrO, WASHINGTON, D.,C., SATURDAY, FTCT,lUTATiY d, 1SS2. THE EVENING C1UT10. ESTABLISHED AUaUST. Utt. AMUSEMEHTS. roril'n WiFrnliotir rortVsOitcrn.lioiiRo vrn crowded l night, mid (lio I'lny cI " Mathrr nml Hon " w entlm Mnfdlcnilr lrcolvod, Janniiwhck, cluso" Iwr micccpMuI lvovoekR' r-iiRngeinont tonight, npiiCailiiRln "Henry Mil. Mnmlnj, wo uo tnimvo "llillcnw," with llcorgo Ucnliam as liuntlMM. Niillnnnl Tltonlre. Joint McPuIIourIi'b" King Inr" lAt nlRht VA n ninslcrly ticrformnncc. Ho won lionrty nllnuo from Ills lnrco nudlnnee, una Mi fmnoiu roinimny vipio imllrly roinpll. liunlcJ. McOiiIIoiirIi will nppcir in " Mellaril III." lo-nlglit. Msit week tho eminent linccdlmi will r',t nnothtr ntlrrwtljo rciwilf.lrc, i.romlncut nraong which will bo the " Glmllnlor, " Trnlhunnlnl Concert. Next Tuewlny evening n testimonial concert IftHIrs. J. H. lvwellwlll bo Riven nt th Hon prcpnllonril Church, tondorod by the talented clioli cf Hint edifice Among tlioeo to iwslit nroMIr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 6 February 1882

Critic FOURTEENTH YEAR. WASHINGTON, D. G, MONDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1882. NUMB The Evening Wnw Wms 1 AMUSEMENTS. -fyTATtONAL THDATBU. Commencing Monday, I'cb. ft, nvory Evening and Batiuilny Matlncc There will bo no Mallncoon Wednesday. Pecond nnd positively last week of mo highly succemful engagement of the Eminent Tragedian, MR. JOHN McOULLOUGH, Purported hy the moit powerful company ever organized, under the inanngemcnt of WILLIAM St. CONNER. ftTnirKHTOinK :-E3 Monday....... Tucday.. ... Wednesday, Thursday.... .THE OLADIATOn ..vtiuiiNitm OTHKLI.O DAMON AND PYTHIAS rrldaV.nenntnrMll. JOHN ircCULLOUCIIt. Halunfay Night l'arow ell Performance. , , , Grand ramlly Mntlneo on Saturday, atr2 o'clock. Monday, Tel. 13-Mr. J. K. EMMET. IponD-s opeha-housd. "Tim nrnnm U Iho rneetlnz nlaco of Art and Llfc."-Oscar Wilde. Jlilhctlclsm Dramatlred and set to Music. Mlrlh and Music Artistically Conjoined. "Great Is Iho Beautiful, and Oscar Wlldo Is Iho Apostle." citahles E. ror.rt's comic opera coji- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 6 February 1882

TTIti EVENING ClttTrr, WASHINGTON", n. (, MONDAY", FKi.M'AHV 6, 1882. rata evening (nunc PnT.)a OMtf (Sunday Kx. plml) HV THtt EvenlnKCrllloPubllfililnBOompnny Bit xiSlirtmtHMT xnwrnwwrr. Wamiinhtox tt.ci. TERMS: nv rtAiinTffu. ? whiiul. ... ... a ukhki , at v&.i r ItV JIAII.n'niiUsTl'al.llOm' Vear 41.no uv l A1I.MvlAi.lftli1Ws llnnllw. . ya ... .......... .. VT.. ... . f . ... aiallKUOTCTl"K'n unanauiy m iiviih- rvknimi cmmr'inimiSirTjto comply, U'.tliKnTnc l. U. KnWriMl ntiTit' VwH IHc iii umthlnlon ' sec mt class matte? - , , Monday, February 6, 18S2. A Texa editor Itniuinii trhnthpr ox roftmnstrr General JninH H iienuiKcl. Wo ilon't kiin-v, tlio l'ost'Ofllca Dejnrtinent w.u nMlo lio wu nt tlio licad of It. ANNLBTUEJU:D CO.tTEMl'ORVnY sj-s "upon tlio'-lilglicst nutliority," that Metirs Ttnt nuil Morgan nro to contliiuo In olllco Curing tlio iciualmlor of tholr terms. All, flfll! . We nndcriitniiil from private source? tint Jarnc Oonlon llcnuctt U proparliiR to go In person tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 6 February 1882

R T7IF. I.VKNING CTUTK", "WASHINGTON", D. C, MONDAY, FEJRIttJATTV 1882. r G, l' fir lft I' N M - T1TE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABMSIIKr) AUOTJ8T. ISO. WEATHEn INDICATIONS. Tho epf clal bulletin Issued from tho Signal- Fair wonllier li Intllmtoil Tor to-day nml TucBilny In tlio Now England, Middle AtlantlD mil Boutli Atlnntlo Button. PERTINENT PAHAGnAPHS. Tnr. riiF.T-Airra will bo llghtoil to-night IttGi&rinnd extinguished nt 10:10. Tnr; roLicn sunn nlnctoon nrrests during tho twenty-four hours ending at I) a. m. A MAKMAnn Uconso vm I'supd to-day to Bernard M. Winters and Ltllto 0. Bonder. WM. I'Loorj was fined $20 by Judgo Bnotl to-day, for violating tho hoaltu ordlnaniios by exposing rotten ducks for sale liri-EH nrntivrr, previously convicted of ai nult on Officer Ilranson, was this morning sentenced tonlno months In Jail by Justlco Cox. Join? ItExriY Smalwood nndOoorgo Tnylor, two colored tramps, wero sentcncoil to tho worK-iiouso xoruuny uays oncu vj duugoancu to-dny. FnANK Knorsr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 6 February 1882

L.,."n7 ;LH jfcS- THE EYEISTENTe ClttTXO, WA.S1TIKGTC)NS D. O., MONDAY, FEBTSUAHY 6, 1882. 4 .if f ;J . & f& Ifc K e P - ii 1 1 THE EVENING CUITIO. ESTABLISHED AUOCST 18S. THE TEMPEIUHCE CAUSE. Iiilcrc.llnc Meetings Yoilcnlny. A largo nudlcnco gathered nt Lincoln Hall j-oetcrday lo hear tho colcbratod woman orator, Mrs. J.r.llcn Tostcr, ot Pennsylvania, deliver licr lecturo on " Tlio Itclattous ot tho Liquor Trafflo to American Clt lllzAtton." Mrs. roster Is tho euprrlntondontoz tho leglelnllvo depart ment ot tlio Woman's National Temperance Union, and Is regarded as ono ot tho ablest nnd brightest women In America. Tho fair lecturess held that bold ndrcnturo nnd Now England rurltaulsm wero tho germs ot Ameri can civilization. Theso haro lctt a nation un surpassed In material rcsourcoi, out ot which hato grown hugo inonotary eystoms nnd great commercial enterprises. Etory Amerlean Institution Is threatened by thn liquor tramc. It destroys tho grain. It InjurcB tho labor) It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 February 1882

TirnFHT-nTT-:-----iT Ti - ii ! MT8-.iwn? v... .. . . "VBHBHMHMBHHHHBHBHBBHiBBBHBHHHBHMMBBBMBHHlHI 3ag'm!gj'inx;ut'j.laJmLfxj(uw- I The Evening Critic FOURTEENTH YEAB. WASHINGTON, D. G, WEDNESDAY, FEBllUAllY S, 1882. ITOM-GEIl 4,15. TimnwurTimiiiimiMiiTu iiiiiniii i . i j.j j.j. . jimi. TZZ. 'J ' " 'hihiipwWim m Ii .! I' li r.i i ! 4)W5W7lrT& -VTATIONAL theatric. Commencing Monday, reb. P. Every Evening nnd SalurttAV Matinee, There win he no Mntlnee on Wednesday. Second anil positively last weelc of tho highly successful engagement of Hie Lmlncnt 'tragedian, MR. JOHN McOULLOUGH, Fupnortort by the most powerful company ever orgRiilrod, under the management of WILLIAM M. COXNEIt. fllPnKrEitTotRK :sa Tills Tuesday Evening VirtOINIUH Vcdnesdaj ... rmiiXLO Thursday. DAMON AND PYTHIAS Friday. Denntof Jill. JOHN McCULLOUOH. Kalnrday Nlirht Faren ell Performance. Orniitl Family Mntlnee on Saturday, at 2 o'clock. Mondaj , Teb. 13-Mr. J. K. KMMET. F ORD'S OPERA-HOUSE. STANDING ROOM ONLY. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 February 1882

THE EVETSnnSTG CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, FElHUTATtY 8, 1882. THE' EVENING ORl'L'lO. Published Daily Cuniluys ExcoptoJ) BT Tlltt EvonlnoCrltlo PubllshlnsCompany Ml NINTH STIIEKT NOHTrtWKST, Washington I. 0. TERMS: SINOT.T! L"OrY.. , a CKSTH HV I'AHUIKU, per Jlonlh a. ckni-s BY MAIIiirmtaRerRldlunaYnr....- .. BY MAII.il'onNwl'altllHIt Month t.as Mull Hutarlpit&n Invariably In Advance. AinnKa . .., EVKNINO C1UT1L" 1-UULIHIIINH COMPANi, WAKltlKOTnV. D.O Entered at the PentOIIlce In Waihtnitton as sec ond class matter. i Wodnosday, February 8,1882. Oun evening conloniporiuy liaim't rmh ltblictl Its circulation alUdavlt for two or tluce Jays. What's Uio mattor? llavo otir neighbors been rcmcmboriiiR tho fato of their other affidavit and tholroxpericnco vtith tho affiant a few years ago 1 Oa nlicnd, neighbor, with tho itUlilavlts. Tho public ean stand It If you can. Oun rsTEKiim contjimpohahv, tho SepuUieau, seems to havo loit slzht of an Important fact In tho fury of Iticrn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 February 1882

g 1 """"H mmmr&&mmmmm!ttimmfmMMmMmmmmMmmm rSWH5CJSSRtoIIUttsfc?an5SBSHe'.- gMWwp iniim.unininminii tusmtunuutimi s L''!3lim.ft-,4.Ul..U.l mmmfiaimMMtmsni iiwuittiSi iiftiBiiig.WLjl!JuriH)iiuiiiiiJJiii m99vvjm.-mxrvLs&rr'93rr inpwiii..nt fnr-j -gwiiintin hi , . rni: kventntGt critic; Washington, t. c, wednks-day, pebkuabt 8, 1882. jyMEaiBijr'"' --"gMSiii 'f"aiIHBBMPsWIBWBBMES3Mal niTj -' -'-' i 'i i -ri'iin i iiriniin m siuimiUnhiiuin hinm i iiiiiiiiiiwiinii'"- 'fum i I ,11 ; Tit THE EVKNINO ulUTlu. KSTAnt.iwnnn avxiuht. iwiw. WEATHEK INDICATIONS. Tho apodal bullotln Issued Irora tho Signal. omce to-day says t Cloudy wrnthor with rain la Indlcntod for Thursday In tho South Atlantic; Mates. PERTINENT PAIUORAPH3. Tim street lamps will bo llRhtod at G;B5 p. m. nml extinguished at 112:15 a. m. the pollco mado forty-nlno arroate during thou cnty-four hours ending at o n, in, Tnn grand Jury to-day examined Henry Ooldwnler, of Arizona, as n witness ill tho Star route cases. THE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 February 1882

rv THE EVEsYISTG OBITIO, WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1882. t U V M THE EVENING OltlTIO. ESTABLISHED AUGUST ISO, FI0HT1HQ ALCOHOL. ItcircicntnUci l llio W. V. T. V. Ileforc (lie Home Cniiiiiilltcc lira. J. Ellen Foster, or Iowa, represented the, Wouan'a National Christian Tompcr auco Union before tho Select Committee on Alcoholic Liquors of tho llouso ofKcprc tentative, lion. J. T. Walt, of Connecticut, chairman, this morning at 10.30. Mrs. C. B. llucll, corresponding secretary of tho National Society, In a fow tvoll chosen words Introduced tho speaker, who addressed tho committco as follows: irn. rosier' AiltlrcsK. "It Is with great sollcltudo that I address this honorahlo committco. Sollcltudo bo cattso of tho vast and sacred interests in volved in our plea and because of tho great, and dearly-loved army of women whom I serve, whoso volcol this morning am ; not alouo this; I rcallzo also tho dignity of tho forum to which I come. Tho popular branch of tho CoDgrcss of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 9 February 1882

immmmmmmm HHiiSHHSBftjBitewssfi. tsi uiifmsMv KlttJJil.a.MJJIlJtllJjg'lUtl.JIIUW.MiMllMIWMiM 1 1 -.. f illMMTMaa ai.-c irf The Evening .t...w sDi T -or FOUBTEENTH YEAB. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1882. NUMBER 4,ldG. () Cbitrj. (2) VQENTJ i? i c- 1 AMUSEMENTS. V-vSAAhN -w'w.'S-"Wrt.s...Sk''V.'VW X -ITIOIID'B OPEBA-nOUBE. PATIENCE. TCKNinitT. J1Y PATIENCE. CHARLES H. rORD'S OPERA COMPANY. PATIENCE. TO-NIGHT. rATtr.Ncw. PATIENCE. Saturday Matinee. PATIENCE. 1otb, In consequence of tho unprecedented success of Gilbert A Sullivan's lestbetlc opera, Mr. Ford has withdrawn the production of 'Tho Musketeers" on Saturday night and substituted "Patience. FRIDAY NIGHT, 150th performstice of T1IKMA8COTTE, The opera will bo given with the original cos tumes, designed bv Audran, tho composer of the npern,And wlthMr. Dcnham, late of tho Andraa Opera Company, ns "Lorenzo. Elegant "Good Luck" Souvenirs will he handed to ev cry lady patron on this occasion. Monday, Feb. 13-ATKIKSOr3 JO L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 9 February 1882

THE EVEOTLSTG CRITIC, WASHCsTGTO: !D. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1882. THE EVENING C1UTI0. rubllshcd Dally (Sundays Excepted) KY Til IS EvenlnRCrltlc PubllshlnBCompany Bll NINTH STIIKKT NORTHWEST, Washington, D. 0. TERM St MNOLE COPY............. 3 CENTS BY CAltlllKR, per Month.- ......33 OKNTM J1Y MAI .(Foauu-oI'aldlOne Year.. .......... Sl.no BY MAlI.(Post- Paid) HI Month. . . Mall Subscription Invariably In Advance. EVENING CntTIO PUBMBlTINO COMPANY, Wabiiikbtot, II. P. Entered at the Test OIHce In Washington as sec ond class matter. Thursday, Fobruary 0,1882. DEfitEEP, niter having rorsccutcl nmi oppressed his cmrlovcj for flvo years, Is now doing lils utmost to dcrcat tbeir effort! for n restoration of wages. Yesterday's New York Tribune contained an artlclo bearing lils earmarks ngalnstthopropoial restoration. As usual, with anything ho decs in that line, it was full of misrepresen tation. It Is high tlmo that this old fosill was laid upon tho shelf. The journey before tho two ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 9 February 1882

TTiiflMimniiiT numm i THE EVEOTfcTG- CHITIC, -WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, FEBBUABY 9, 1882. El r, Kj- THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST. ISO. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Tho apeclAl bulletin Issued from tho Blgnal B1 co to-ilny Bftyas Fair wonthcr Is lndlcntoil for Friday In tho Oultnnd Bouth Atlantic States, Tonnossoo nnd Ohio valley, and clearing weather In tho Mid illo States. PERTINENT PAitAOlUPHS. The pollco rondo- fHty-eovon arrests during tho twenty-four hours ending at I) a. m. Tnn dctectWos rccoverod an unusual amount ef etolcn clothing, etc., from tho pawn-shops to-day. DANIEL TOOMEY was Dncd $10 by Judgo Bncll, to-dny, tor making a technical assault on II r. Miller. The choicest proRrammoof tho courso nt Congrcgatlonnl church to-morrow evening. EcomUertlscment. EF-rnrsESTATivr DnTTtnwonTn loft for his homo last night, lio goes attor his family and iviii leiurii uii niiiuruuy. Tile Indiana Association Is arranging to glvo n reception nt an early day. A real old-fashioned, so...

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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