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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 9 February 1882

t the EVjaiisrcH oiiiTiOi wAsmsraTON dg., qghhrsdat; febbtjahy o, 1882. t w I w 11 . to THE EVENING ORTHO. ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1. A Democratic View of the lrcl ilentlnl Cnmllilnte. A Cnmo reporter ran across a Stalwart Democrat of tlio Hoi) Toombs order Hit, night at the Ebbltt IIouso. In tlio eoune of a conversation tho reporter caltetl his at tention to tlio declaration In tome quarters bolne mado that tho winning ticket of 1S31 would bo lilalno for President and Joo Brown, of Georgia, for Vice-President. " What do you think of it 7" queried tho reporter. . , "Can it be possiblo that tho Dem ocratic party of thH country is not yet dono relying on phantoms to win a battlo ? Is there no wlvlom in oipcrlcu o? lias It forgotten that tlmo lias always Its own vin dication In truth? Docs tho past furnish no lessons whereby its footsteps may bo guided aright to tho sepjluhro of lcad presidential struggles and nmbltions 1 "There was tire Soymonr and Illalr ticket of 18C3 which was foredoome...

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. — 10 February 1882

MaBABasaauancwi .SSSSSSi. The Evening Critic WASHINGTON, D. G, FRIDAY, FEBlttTAltY 10, 1882. FOURTEENTH YEAB. NUMBETl 4,147. (2) NJJENTJ i ft li AMUSEMENTS. IORD'S OFERA-nOUSB. mascott nniNoa good luck, oi.uck. Souvenir Night In Honor oftho 150th Perfor mance of CHATILES E, FOIlD'fl OPKRA COMPANY. IN THi: MA8COTTE. The original costumes designed by the com peer, Ueo. Wi Denham, the original Aubran ''ho renro." Medal al no Lnccttc fts ftetlna, the Rosebud Mar tetemblcr.... H.&3.,Flnmcttat the. Princess V, H. Fltmerald ......ni ...ripio, the Hhephenl Charles F. Iang.., as.,.. Frederick, the Prince IttV, Cut ley , its ......,, Kocco, the rarmer The Gobble nnd Una Duet, Each lad? tit lending this evening will rccelvoa Souvenir of the Occasion, Patience Saturday Matinee and Night Monday, Teb. 13-ATKIKS02T& JOLMTIX. A recent but Rreat Success. Original In every sense or the word, VTATIONAL TBBATRU. The Eminent Tragedian, MRttJOHN McOULLOUGH, bnpnortcd by ft very powerful company, ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 10 February 1882

THE EVENING 0K1TI0, WASHINGTON, I). O., FRIDAY, FEmiTAI.Y .10, lSSii.' i! It THE EVENING CRITIC. Vublfohcd liillv(iiiniliiya KTropUni) BY TItR BvenlntrCrltloPubllBiilngCoiripany lll NINTH HTHKKT SOIirnWiMT WabMNiitom, JJ, O. TERMS: SINOUS COPY -. .-.. " CKKT I1V CA Hill Kit. pet Month .... Hf Jj BY MAII.li-nstairei'iildlOnelear .. -i'JJ BY MAIMrontiw.l'aldtMli VnnllM. ... MallHnbscTlptlnnlnTartKblvtn A.lvsn-e EVENING CRITIC rlllll.WHIXI COPNT, WAWIIIfcOTOK. II i Kutered at the Vest OlBce In Washington a sec ond class matter. Friday, February lO, 1882. The BTcrnco cost of cnrryliiu tho mails on Stnr-rouies last year was 8 71-10) cenU per mile. The nvcrtiRO cost ou mUromta m 11 22-100 cents icr mlc. Tlio late Thomas L. Jambs rcttuceii tho cost on Stir routes and Increased It on rnitroiils. Wm II. Vftnclcrbilt has paid tho lato Thomas I.., &c, $15,000 por year for his services to tho railroads. The lato Thomas L. James, In his first and last annual nicssago, nlltidos touch Ingly to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 10 February 1882

assls BSfflffifflM HmKHBSWHWHHB mii M' riU'J RVSTN'G CRITIC, WASHINGTON, T). C., FlUDAY, FE13KUAHY 10, 1882. l. - ' t"l T1IR EVlTNtNUOJUTlO. RHTAIIMMtBIl AUCtUHT IHBH WEATHnnjNDKJATIONS. Tho special bulletin Issued from tho SlgnM omen to-day snysi rnlr weather Is Indicated for Saturday in tho HtntcB bordering on tho Atlantic coast. PERTIHEHT PAIUOIUPHS. A KOTinrn of enow cases wcro dleposod of liy Judgo Bncll this morning. RTiiLnTLAMrs will bo lUhtod ntSsSS p. in. and extinguished nt 3:120 a, m. Tlir. pollco mode nity-nlno arrests during tho twenty-four hours oudlng nto ft. m. liuirnmoroYiiftswero sent to tho Otyorn nient farm by J ml go Knell's command. TnEYlctlms of tho snonk thief Inst night t rr numerous, but uono of thorn wcro hoary losers. OEot.oc Hunt submitted to i. flno of fiO Ihls rn( ruing In tho 1'ollco Court on a cliargo of tolling i ollcy tickets. A heavy-LADrNED lumber wacon. bolonclnir to Messrs Wlllelt fc Llbboy, broko down this morning on Louisiana avouuo. FnrriEmc...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 10 February 1882

TIIE EVENING CJRITIG, WASHINGTON, D. O., EEIDAY, FEBRUAKY 10, 1882. t H THE EVENING 0B.1TI0. ESTABLISHKD AUGUST, 186S. Lent. But a week and a few days longer and tho penitential sea son of Lent "will commence, A?li Wednesday falling this year on tho 22d of rclmiary. Even outstdo of tho Catholic and Episcopal churches, by which tho lentcu sea-son Is principally observed. Its commencement is generally tho signal for a cessation of parties, weddings, receptions and other social events. During tho next week, howccr, Washington society folks will have a gala time, as invitations aro out for several fashionable receptions and entertainments to tako placobeforo Ash Wednesday. Arohbishop Gibbons has just issued tho following circular, containing tho regulations forlicnt: 1, All tho faithful who liavo completed their 21st year are, unless legitimately dis pensed, bound to obscrvo tho fast of Jiont. 2. They arc to mako only ono meal a day, excepting Sundays. 3. Tho meal allowed on fast days i...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 February 1882

3MSBWwp'' ft ii ij i 'i'iiiii riini JwfciiT imi iniwitjl' if 'rv3'iT5v j""" js8"r"ti ' 'if':V -g- i The Evening Critic. "FOURTEENTH YEAH. Washington; d. a SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY IJ, 1882. NUMBER 4,14.8. (2) fa) ,i AMUSEMENTS. V A. X. W. E ORD'B OPCnA-llOUBB. f ATIBSCKTO NiaitT. 'H'rtpRr Hint MpdlrPVAl Art Mono retains Its rest: TocliBrmnndplcflrjcitsuevotoci e'o ilonoonr llltlcbtBt." CIIAItLKSK. FOUDSOPKnV COMPANV In OllbertnndSnlUvtin'ri Opora, rATlKKCI) or. Itimlliorne's BrMo. To-ntcht n itAtntltrprlntnl nnd HluttratMrnpy of ar. iinrnr IUIps Amrrlcan vorc, 'l'lietlnr ilm nml the Hpi, will lie Rlren to racli lair patron IheLllv mid Hnnflonpr nrr pnibalnieJ In the mut recent of tils poptlo cfTmlon Monday, Teb. 13-ATKI MSONS JT()t.LlTtt24. A recent but (treat Bncrow. Original In every tieiiso of Iho word "10"ATIONAL:THnATRB. This Falurday Kxenlup, Karon ell Performance of uio Eminent Tragedian, MR. JOHN McOULLODGrH, Till! OLADIATOn. NEXT WEKK-J. If. KMMETT, IN rniT. in nil-.LANDi Or, tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 February 1882

jtsrtr-ja. w w TnE EVENING CRITIC, WASHINGTON, X). ?., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1882. 1 IX rr THE EVENING CRITIC. I'nMlshcfl Dally (SnmUys Excepted) KY TIIK BvenlnsCrltlc PubllshlnBCompany 811 NINTH STIIKKT SOUTHWEST, WASlllNutov. I). & TERM Si bixolf. corv... ........... .- . a oknts IIV l-AHItUTt, rerMonln ai cr.N rs 11 V MAIL rrnincr Petitioned ear . .tl."in BV MAlLd'eMM.-. Pnl,1 Millionth, i5 Mfclltsubscrlptlon Invariably In Advance. eveninu enmc rriiLwrriNO COMIUNY, Wamiixoiov V.l Entered at the Put Office In Washington s sec ond cIiimi matter. Saturday, Fobruary 11, 1882. Tuc KotunA Kobctan i a rooiI ileal of a Itlck. m Wr. Horn our enemies, If wo have any, will do ns I lie favor to attack us In fair). Titr. riccnt Stato Department sctnis to I e of tie. opinion that pcJIgrco can bo sub ttltiittcl for policy. THEEE is a rumor tbat Prof. John L. Sul livan, of Boston, will bo Invltcil to a chair of c.ilUthcnlc cnlturo at Harvard. SurrofK our esteemed contemporary the JiijwWeau ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 February 1882

' rrTmrwriMwiMiMB 5rjSz?T!!li SyWsSyFf" THE EVENING- CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, FElTRUAinr 1 1, 1882. ' W THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED ABCIl'ST H8, PEflTlNEHT PARAORAPHSt null rn rxvliniiRcs stoves for stwerlci, Tnr Mirct InmiM will bollBhtot ritOp. nt. nnlrjili piMieU nt A 150 ft. m. As lin nitwit mitrt vneetln2 of thn Carpen ters' Trrulo t nluu 'm lift 1 Imt night at To i mey 8 Hnll. CAt.t, at J. Donm lia'-, comer roji.'ojntli nnd l street, north writ, lit his famiit, Itaent Key West Cigar, MM rn b o-n", a number ot coif, eti , wcro Irclnilcilln tlio lianul rcapol by Ino saol'i thlcvfiln'tnlslit. For.il iitrtri unlinpoitnnt rt-resn wcto iradutytho tmllcn timing tlio twenty foui turn ending nt tl a. m. J.TAt.r, the iliupgtit, corner fleventh mil N trcct", hnviiiR rcllltti 1 mid testooke 1. unkf. n prtclnliy ot trashes nn 1 enrgleil ftppilawoa, WW. Ill tl ono ot tho Unco boy, who liters I the l.ucn, pchoul J ete iilty nn,l heat the pupils wllhclubf, wnsnncvl fi toilny f ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 February 1882

the EVEnsre critic, WAsnnsrGTo, d. c, Saturday, February 11, 1882. If J" h THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTAnMSUKD AUGUST, 1KB. OUITEAU. A l'lijulclnn fVlioThliiltilllni Nunc. Dr. Itlclianl GunOry lectured to tlio tu Ccnts of tlio Collogo of l'hyslclans and Sur geons, In IlaHlffiorc, last ovcnliifr, on Out tcau and his crime. Tlio lecturer com menced by reviewing llio early Hfo of tlio spassln and Ms victim, and said tlio rail point at Issue, In tlio trial vat whether ilulteau was irmnoor not. Thoacts, tho lecturer said, relied on by Qultoau's court fcl to Indlcato insanity showed a vicious propensity and n disposition to niako thb world glvo lilm a living without work Iftg for it. Onitcau claimed great things for small services, and was unscrupulous even In regard to Ills legal obligations; , for example, purposely obtaining dlvorco by collusion, and at lost soliciting ofllco) Upon great claims and no merits. The only evidence; of insanity was tho opinion of a gentleman consulted somo year ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 13 February 1882

tfaaaiiittiiMl -JS W"" -w The Evening Critic. FOURTEENTH YEAH. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, PEBUUAltY 13, 1832. NUMBER 4,149. (a) AMUSEMENTS. .WW.A.VA. fTtOtlD'S OPEBA-HOUSE. FUN To-Nlght nnd Wednesday Matluee. To-Slght and Wednesday Matinee. ATKINfeON'S JOLLITIES. ATKINSON'S JOT.LITtlX. ATKINSON'S JOLl.ITIl'A ATKINSON'S JOLLITIES. Charles Atkinson, Proprietor and Manager. MUSIC mirth. MERIT.' Uproirlo.il Laughter. Unbounded Applause. Monday Evening. February So-MIss JEFFREY LEWIS, in her great plavof TWO K1UHTS IN HOME. TAXATIONAL TnEATRM. Every Evening and Saturday Matinee, (Tbctc will be no Matinee on Wednesday.) COMMENCING MONDAY FEB. IS, MR. JOSEPH K. EMMETT, IN FRITZ IN IRELAND; Or, the Bell Wngera of tho Ilhlne, and Love of the Shamrock. Magnificent Scenery. A set or real Chimes, Church Bells, as played In the Tower of tho Cas tle Clock, on the Rhine In Germany. New Songs mid Dances, excelling any Mr. Emmett has ever produced. A Real Irish Jaunting Car and Irish Donkey. Monday, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 13 February 1882

THE EVENING CRITIC, WASTONGTOaNT, IX C MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. Published Dally t&nminys KxccploJ) HT TI1K EvonlnRCrltlo Publish. ngCompany Ml .NINTH STIIKKT JJOnTltWKST, AVIHJcaTov, 11.0, TKRMSt oisdi.i: t"orv ....... .. a nsNTH V tVUIHIKM, prt Month.. . -BS U"? " MY MAU.II'mtaKrlillOiwVtr .. J J1V MAIL(IV.t..Pald)MxMorilnj. ... Mali Subictli'lloa 1m arlauly In Auvat.ce. xviauini cnmo rvnu-nixi rosirANr, Wa..1..tom,11.U Xnleied d Ik rt OBoe In Washington eo ftkdclDuiiiUifr. Monday, February 13,1332. f,imp HrllrrlloH", Hint Mucin to 1,0 rnllril lor. It I not cm; to umicrstami tho nnxtctr nanlfrrt in omo quarters to proiliico ttio Inirrmlon, or If ywi.u.o establish tlio fact, tbt tueUcIcr Sotoldovrai kllla. by Clur. tct Barton, tin.ci It may bo d.cUtcJ by a rirtirr, not by any menu nnnatural, to ltxnove from tho licnd of tlio ynuoRor So ttWo the iimuifai rcpons,o!lltr of 'fratri cide. It Is not our rn" to "nnccuto that nilscmulo yotiug man by nowsp.iior ; fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 13 February 1882

BWKSS&iESULl JIl HUMQi IWWWWfgegggggggWBWWHggBgrJgl JtfE..utffa --mr-Tirmnriwutiw J!!UE WSP5 M ! ''M.'.' J ' jgjfytegig ' euiii"jg'LMj SpaJiiiJfci1y.TBriHrMiniiiiiwi "ff7"W "flWy "W THE-EV33NTSTG CB1TIC, WASHINGTON, D C., MONDAY, FEIHUTAKY 13, 1S82. i i lv . THE EVENING CRITIC. EHTAM.TSIIKD AUGUST l0. WEATHEtt INDICATIONS. Tlio speclnl uullottn lssuod from tho Slgual cffleoUwlay snyBi IMIn Is Inaicntoil for Tuesday In tlio BoulH Atlnnltc states nnd ralr vontlior aurlng tlio rtny In tho Mlddlo Atlanllo Btatos. PERTINENT PAHAORAPHS. WAGsen'fl Bnfo Kldnoy and Mvor euro. BVTLrr. exchanges stoTes for grorerlos. Tnr. street lamps wtll bo lighted nt 0 rt m. nnd extinguished at 5 ft. m. IWThick JI.FiirriiY was fined $105 to-day1 for celling liquor without a licence. TwiNTV-oNT. ariCBlflweromailo by the po llco dutlug tho twenty-four hours ending at I) n. in. ClunM.8 Qticr.v, coloieil, for stoallng rt Lore e-collnr, will food nt Oen. Crockor's for tho next thirty days. IN Till". caso of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 13 February 1882

TIIE EVENING CHITIO, WASIlTIWTOtt, D. O., MONT) AY, EEBRUAKY 13, 1882. r THE EVENING 011ITIC. ESTABLISHED AUGUST, 1S. BllMlonnrT AnnlTcnnry of Molten tlrco 91. E. Church. Tlio services nt this cliurcli yesterday Tf cro of a very Interesting character, bolng entirely dovotcd to tho missionary causo. Tlio day VfM one. of tho brightest and balmi est of the. winter, and served greatly to bring out largo congregations. In tho morn ing Kov. C. Herbert Richardson, pastor, preached tho annual sermon from John sll., 21, " Sir, wo would soo Jesus. " Tho sor inon act forth Chrlstas tho beautiful, neodod and desired by tho soul, and tho Inability of nrt, culture and tho world to meet man's needs. At tho closo of tho sermon tho an nual offering of tho congregitlon was re ceived, amounting to over $150. Iu tho af ternoon tho Sunday-school missionary so ciety held Its anniversary, presided over by A. I. Iicnnct, esq. Tho meeting was opened with singing by tho school, after which Per. Dr. Dudley le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 14 February 1882

ZL3xxaszxanBBimrm mjimiLm SSSESBGHU'll I, -'...& The Evening Critic. FOURTEENTH TEAK. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1882. NUMBER 4,150. VgENW AMUSEMENTS. N- ATIONAL TIIEATBU. Kv cry livening ahd Saturday Matinee, There will he no Matinee on Wede-cjl-. .) C0MMF.NCINC1 M0ND VY FLR. 13, Ml. JOSEPH K. EMMETT, in fritz in mnr.AND, Or. tho Bell Ringers of the Rhine nnd Love of the Shamrock Magnificent Scenery. A set or rent Chime-, thurch Bells, asptiycdlnlhe Tower of thoCxs. tloCloek, on the Rhine In Germany. New Sont And Dance,, excelling nuy Mr. Lmnett has ever proeluied. Altenl Irish Jaunting Oar and Irls'l Donkey. Holiday, Feu. .-KtRALVV CROOK. bro.' BUCK FORD'S OFERA-HOOBE. . , ATKlN-ON'S JOLLITI!-, To-Night and Wednesday Matinee. I "Keep It In Your Memory." "The entertainment furnished by this talented combination to Ford'a patrons last night was a t horoughly enloj ablo performance, both In an ar tistic and musical sense," Republican. "The plentiful quanlltv of music...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 14 February 1882

..W!it. THE EVENING OlttTIO, WASIimtiTOX, l). C., TUESDAY, EEBIlUArvY 1'J-, 1882. b -as: THE EVENING CRLTJC. l'uWlshca all?(9rinUi Kxccptcil) fY Tnlt EvonlnsCrltlo PubllshlngCompany Sll .NINTH 8TRKKT JTOIlTllWEbT. AVHl"!OTOT, D. C, TERMS I mxolf. copy. a 'TH5 IIY MAllifltnt.rePahDOnrnir - ? 11Y mail fiviatmrc Paid! sl.Moolu ..$ DID; WallHubScrlpflon tnvarlablylii Advance. in invnriai ATtPBKM EVENING CntTTO PUHMSltlNO COMPANY, Waihimttov, 1)0. Kntfrpd at I he Pert OrHce In tocihlngton a, sec ond class matter. "Tucsstjay, Fobrunryl4, 1882 Tub lylugrtinl vcotl Tmift, of Now York city, sn3t1ioTcnllctor tlio corolicr's jury In the Sotcldo matter is much criticised In Wmliingtorf, Tills Is going" from homo for the rcrrs. . Our esteemed contemporary, tlio l!'t i& Vcau, has h6t dovotorl moro Hint tno columns a (lay to Jim 1II.1I110 tlurluz tho jirist ivcek; Wo foar thit tho canr.i 14 being neglected. . Norfolk telegram aunojiicci tlmt tlio V. S. frigate Tennessee, hi satlcd from. Hampto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 14 February 1882

WggjgiMjiaiyijt..;gniuwi'u,Riajj,u.Ly.iH-PMqwiiwB WJllUJJJU,l'U,..JlJiJtUJ,JJBCillJwilLJtWiijj-!jr7 n laWfiBnBP'TaCBSj'ai -.U'J ,- -jjg1; -!-.r.V.a TIlK.JOyjSNIN'Q gillrm(t3i,VASliiI,G3; D. P TUESDAY', FEJmUARY-.14, ,1882,... . FX '"'' ' ''- " " f r - V "' j-gi ll hk 'i ' jf iFft ij i il iMgMiwJwWi l . ' VftT I'rijijiiLjfc.Ti THO-"- ' ' ' ""-' '-' ' " ' ' JMJMim tfn... , , , , u - - - i ....,. iii ' MHfcJMtjfcfcjji -JHi.J"-a . -.t-,. -:' pw P"" 'i ii mmmmmm-im i m i . '" ' ' . -- ,--.-. . -. , - ' ; m. -m, ,-k ., . . ,,. ... , r""' .,,.'- ' im ?., THE EVENIN.G QIU'WO. ESTABLISHED AUGUST. MM. PERTINENT PATIAORAPHS. DUTLFn exchanges Moves for groeorlc". (Inl-muT lHttoUNi In Wet Ooyili nt T07 Market space. TiiF.strcct-lamtis wilt 1)0 lighted at Op. in. mill extinguished fit 5 it. im Rsow caflc mnnoiwllzpft tlw nmal amount of tlnia at tho TollcMj Court tonlay, roiiTr-tloni1 inw-Airoakor fell Into tho clutches of tho vigilant liollco timing tho twenty-four hours ending nt U it. m. In Til...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 14 February 1882

nr t. f ffv -g.iT i i- rir- vfr'n -""-T Tr-rS"T 'iimwiwuiiwwf MMnmJJUl-'XmitiwiitwiM . L riHffi3H8it ii J -it,- -ITO1 tile evestdstg obitic, WAsimraTON, d. a, Tuesday, fjsbiutaky 14, 1882. h i fi T-4 ill f THE EVENING CRITIC. ESTABLISHED ACQUST ISO. hrluiolrooiii lralilrl. Stcssrs. J,loyd and Pearson having com pleted tho arrangements for accommodating tbo scliools burned out lit tho Jefferson building, tbo various scliools wor o resumed nt tho usual hour this morning at tho fol lowing places: Tho Westminister Church, Seventh, between I) and i: streets, by tho alrls' school taught by Hisses Wnugh, Whttcnioro, Wilson and Maxwell. Tho Sixth-street Trcsbytcrian Church, between Maryland avenuo and C street, by girls' schools taught by Misses Gray, Halliday. llowcn, Davis, McCartney and Wilson ; nil girls' scliools, Mr. Mcador'a Church,' Vir ginia avenue, near Four-and-a-half street, bv boys' schools taught by Mlssos Trook, Sfooro, Anderson, Kowell and Smith., Tho German Church, Foiir-au...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 15 February 1882

ilM'lWWllWMlMlMll HEHRKSt fcJ?&VMskj? -m irriTinji tut S The Evening Critic. sENT$ jtou3tis:enth year. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, FEBllUAltY 15, 1882. NUM15 I MUSEMENTS. "VTATIONAfc THEATnm. Kvrry 1 enlng and Sat u til Ay MUnoe, (TLero "will bo no Mftltneo -on Wednesday.) . commxn'c.nii itoxnAY rnu.is, JIH. JOSEPH K. EMMETT, IN miTZ IN IUELANl), Or.theBeU UlDcors of the Jllilne, nnl Love of Hie Shamrock, lstftgnlflceut Scenery. A net of real Chime, Chnrcli ltell4,Miftyctl Initio rower nfthoOav tle Clock, on the Jthlno In Otmniny. NewnSon? unci iKinoos, enrolling nny Mr. I'.mmKthru over iirotlucrd. A Ileal lihU Jaunting Ciir and lrtli iionker Monday, Feb. DO.-.KinALVY 11UOV BLACK UltOOK. r OHD'S OPEBA-HOUnH Ain.iisui'o juijijiiii-t To-NIght and Saturday Matinee. Tim 11IK i in: tiik '1JIK Tin: 'I IIK nn: u i r. nn; jf rcmiPAi. km (-ritii'Ai. I'Lhmtll'Al, LlVTHlCAL n,i cniucAi, ir.rniiirAi, 3 l.n-ntiOAL HLVtrUUOAIi JiLl.CTRlCAL Dor.t. HUM Artistic Acting. Beautiful Ballads. Comic...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 15 February 1882

L. THE EVEXTXG CBITIC, WASHINGTON, r. C WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1882. w.mimmMm wi m im.'-ilui,nniiiiiiJMWWlMwTn'ii' I is I"! n THE EVENING .CRITIC. Published Dally (Sundays Excepted) ItY Tim EvcnlngCrltlc Publish. nBCompany 811 NINTH STJ1EET NOIITHWKST, Wsmsoio, D. C. TERMS I ptNot,n corv. , a CKNTS BY CAHIllKll, rMonti rll CI.NT-j ST MAlLirostar-oPaldiKlx Month" . $ Nail Subscription Invariably In Adtauce. EVENING CniTIO PUBLISHING COMPANY, WAMnxnwy, I. C , Entered at the rest OiHce In Waiblngton as sec ond class matter. ""Wednesday", Feb. 15, 1S82. It is UN'DEESToto that there ts a chum caUuct, which holds it sessions on I street. rAYMASTEr.-GKNKRAt. I.OOIin-)TEIt has not been confirmed. Perhaps If Gen. Orant would coino down hero things could bo straightened out. rnttlNOHUYSEN may not do mncH to maintain the prestige of tho United States, lmt wo nro betting largely that ho will keep a firm grip on his pedigree. Several newspaper correspondents aro fond of talking about "Star-rout...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 15 February 1882

vximmmmmmmmtm - -.; h.. j. . .i.'. .,-.- r, ir.m '-j 7i? THE EVENING CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY lo, 1882. THE EVENING CRITIC. rSTABLlSHED ATJOVST ISO. WEATHER INDICATIONS. The special bulletin Issued (ram tho Signal i Iflco to-day enys t rnlriccnthrr I, Indicated on Thursday In New England. PEnTINEIIT PARAGRAPHS. Tun street lamps Mill bo llglitcJ at 0 p. ra. nml extinguished at 5 a. m. Fouiiteen snow case, wero disposed of liy Judgo Bnell today with tho usual nno. Tun riolico rnndo thirty-eight nrrests for minor oircnsos during tho twenty-four hours ending nt On. in, Three old tramps wero cferrcd to Gon. Crocker's hospltalilo caro by Judgo Bnoll to ilny tor ninety days each. TnE robberies last night vrcro of n very Insignificant character and embraced small quantities ol clothing and household goods, Nr.u.iF. A. llAnrurtT and Kberton V. Ilarrurt, two llttlo children, dlod ot diphtheria yesterday at their home, No. -101 Now Jersey avenue. Jam ks Kixo, charged 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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