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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 31 October 1887

I I \iteH u the he St. )y Mr. no patients Ve a and consigijto jn published, lozart A :ade|of a novel enteninya Geza Hja- ! Jessie Ednaliid the populatnUina Louise Its Centennial I invited frienof Lodge, No. 19(11 llall, on Frain teenth and !e---ht, to celebratie ersary of this e;e. The date cie 9, 1787, whene i by Wm. Bircie liam F. Driird f the Grand l>e Resent aud pa;ithe programmor i«semble at 7 o'«k the cliapter-m; a, master. ivited guests wisroom at 7:30 o'ek; •d presiding itie chmond Randh 29, 1787. to Oct-r s P. Rady, hisit. Watkins Norl, lliam F. DrinU, Jm vQHLIe chests cxpande-T. neslj ration regulated and aped, pay it a daily visit, i have gone to a large exup this attractive feature, a dues are very small, it •eat pleasure and comfort : instructor in charge of t is an athlete of merit, <ure in giving leSsons in various feats that add interest to the ircise. lIR Thieves.—There were the usual Bunber of robberies committed 111 this pity last week during...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 31 October 1887

ma order or sent any othat the risk oi the sender. society items, descri;>Wot social events and interesting s of all kinds solicited. y Our patrons and friends will conserve their own and our interests by regarding this request. Miscellaneous matter, other than important news, must be present by Saturday morning to insure attention. Advertisements received until a late hour Saturday night. Address THfcl OKITIC. C. A. WOOLFOLK, Manager P. O. 13ox. liioiimond., Va. J AS. liUDSOV, Fro rrrietor. COUNTRY COUSINS DUPED AND DISGUSTED. There was a large number of ppo.de in the city last week attending the Scate Fair and the Jayffig~bf the Lee monument corner-stone; a number of straugersjwlio had never visited the city be~~lore and who, while here, wanted to see everything going on in Richmond. The theatre, of course, was largely patronized. The Templeton Opera Company was there, and many a modest maiden and innocent youth, in search of amusement were made to witness a performance...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 31 October 1887

liTifm a (file of Edinbofo' ToWq. A SCOTCH BALLAD. TOUT MDIITB TTRO KAUM EIJSTE MJEILE WHIT. <sw> — Lively. J—loo. Lebhctft. a* f p: r.p'• f- f I»• r|"Tf ■f f flpffirgPau bif yffEFn* 1 gjj^ i i i i i i T~"~ r_f ~ 3. Doch als er ge - lob - *e ihr ei - gen zu sein, Ob-schon 2. Bru - der Lu - stig nim - mer dacht zu frei'n, Doch lan1. Von der Stadt E-din -burg kaum ei -ne Mei-le weit, In der *M=i .. =^=^===js=|=^=ic=====:===*=3r . fF 1. 'Twas with-in a mile of E-din-bo-ro town, In the 2. Jock - y was a wag that never would wed, Though long ,3. But when he vowed he would make her his bride, Though his 5 4 5 4 6 # s V*' t r T r rV"': ~ 2 — L - 2 —-— I- = -j: i i ■ —*=—=- 3. sei -- ner- Set - Her den nicht viel, Sie gab ihm ein Kuss chen und 2. ge schon folgt er der Dirn', Ihr Brod er - - warb sie sich 1- So - - Ben - ZeU just es war, Wenn Blu - men bliih'n und das 1. ro - - fly time of the year, Sweet flow - - era bloom'd and the 8. he had fol - lowed the lass, ,Con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 31 October 1887

■gnpßSymM H^HKHHpQelurdl * i K Ho ■ v; ihi. thiii. about back agj^H ever; filed to^H Mr. Co«H Xr.SMfl ttrSH People &BM Monday ijH bUed&UM irhich |fl| Bur iDtwSI Hfcmaiu lagpH Col. Cary Cook, daug jrer if Gen. Gen. Cook res «n west present, bu hasjbought house on and will n»ve into it of "hirdl street, and Cary. 'Jaese! young alike that it to imthem!; Hayes. Hiss Hayes so well-kipwn and so will need U other Sixth strtet between Main street). Mrs. ArRichmond torn Frederyears ago,aiil her daughmade man} friends* for Harrison, a daughter of Harrison, Maa street beSecond struts. adaughter of Grie street bea niece »f Mrs. Ferwith her aunt on the corand Fourttetreets. Howard, adp.ughter of Howard, and Mis,-Mary Mardaughter of Mrs. ]ora Martin, at Mrs. Webbs. Clara Bawson. Mi Rawson is to move intp theiorner house Walker, th< daughter of Walker, who hasately moved beautiful suburtn home on Nolting is i reality a debut she has been o a few enand has mie so ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 7 November 1887

1 ~7the Opera House t'« week. Golden Giant" preseiedlac the Ijlast week, is one of Ifcost'attractive plays 4 have mhis season. The piece >ssen- - ■'•jtern, but clean, bloods and le. No Indians, nobowie ut (u scalping, no shooting Mrs. " . [ankin is a charming lie acJ| in the role of Bessie irfax. jlenish, rollicking petf tlie iiututored. saucy andanunl)Ut withal, a woman I with Eis heart, action an<'tiling, pinto the affect ions < tie au"isasily as she did int< 3 arms svet heart. Ah Wing ig, the )o-h speaking Chilian on the „iri it h ve proved a 1 cord if an opporti F to do jui nurse tin; baby wit bottle. jiLCtcr of tlie Golden ant, a \ 'Die-eni ative of t Rocky —with an nncoi cleteruie. but a tender hear; irother istid —truly the lioiMl the -i> i admirable and motive ilk cast. The bala of tue ' isell selected and c< Osetl of h ppLe. » .'k, one of the fine omme]«y stage, played to 1: houses f-ieatre the early pof last...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 7 November 1887

the Post-(K« at Blaumond. Va., mattar-lW _____ — SUBSCRIPTION. Terms, by mail: one year, fifty cents la advance. Remittance may be made at our risk feither by draft, express, P. O. order or registered letter. Money sent in any oth}r manner is at the risk of the sender. | Correspondence, society items, descrip- j tions of social events and interesting i news of all kinds soliciteu. Our patrons and friends will conserve their own and our interests by regarding this request. Miscellaneous matter, other than important news, must be present by Saturday morning to insure attention. •Advertisements received until a late hour Saturday night.. Address THE CUITIC. C. A. WOOLFOLK, Manager. P. O. Box- 3<S9. Richmond, Va. JAS. HI7DSOV, Proprietor. COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS. There seems to be an idea prevailing among the people, and it is no doubt founded upon the flattering criticisms published by some papers on certain srery poor theatrical performances, that complimentary tickets are gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 7 November 1887

Remittance may be made at our risk Bgtther by draft, express, P. O. order or ■registered letter. Money sent in any otlimanner is at the risk of the sendei. » Correspondence, society items, descriptions of social events and interesting news of all kinds solicited. Our patrons and friends will conserve their own and our interests by regarding this request. Miscellaneous matter, oth- . er than important news, must be pre-' aent by Saturday morning to insure attention. v * Advertisements received until a late hour Saturday night.. Address THE CRITIC. C. A. WOOLFOLK, Manager. P. O. Box. 3<>9. Richmond, Va. J AS . HXJDSOV, Proprietor. COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS. There seems to be an idea prevailm; among the people, and it is no doub founded upon the flattering criticism; published by some papers on certau very poor theatrical performances, tha complimentary tickets are given to th< press for the purpose of receiving goot notices. This is an entire mistake. O. c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 14 November 1887

was wantbe toLadd & and Chewndo up yesternear the police to the THIS a quanNo perwho were o'clock the rooms went comasked the the dhHH^T^ Jfl^^^Gli&Biki oii 'St H wFf. KHly and strongly conwr trhe Shadow Detective." rw i« Barry and Mr. William T present the romantic play, £»f he Theativ to-night. This - ii|ts unite a iit with " Hebe " ■ ' ®0%7. j, Jast fine houses to see - 4 . ■ -fitfe Cl} l ' at the Academy ®J* % " Two Hw* company 'a rtili®J Music la.na was the best ever dition of thn " Mary Warner'" J® e '» in thi, rehearsing, arid the at all pleased with perforative a good dog and P'ofesK»» Theatre the latter shov of l««) Washington. ;^:fe A . Ayres left for Arrornevdny evening oit the W met in Washiugtfcptt and McCahe, Tot.tte Supreme Court of bear the castas of yere Committed conpeople nobles up will the conjrremembers six another, the meeting be were difficulty night lower beCharles Draper of him outattacked PlDTn^Tn 11 rxJnv Ji • m them. A number of co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 14 November 1887

The Critic wtodg, Cor. 14th and Main Street, Richmond, Va. (Entered at the Post-offloa at Kleamoud, Va., •a eeooo i-cl **• matter.] SUBSCRIPTION. Terms, by mail: one year, fifty "cents in advance. Remittance may be made at our risk •ithar by draft, express, P. O. order or registered letter. Money sent in any other manner is at the risk ot the sender. Correspondence, society items, descriptions of social events and interesting news of all kinds solicited. Our patrons and friends will conserve Iheir own and our interests by regarding this request. Miscellaneous matter, other than important news, must be present by Saturday morning to insure attention. Advertisements received until a late hour Saturday night. Address THE CRITIC. C. A. WOOLFOLK, Manager. JP. O. Box. 2(J9. Richmond, Va. J AS. Hudso v, .Proprietor. A BOOM. The New York Herald of yesterday contains the following able editoral. which it is eminently proper to reprint for the benefit of Virginia readers and southern capitali...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 14 November 1887

*HO ARE SUPPOSED TO SLEEP WITH ONE EYE OPEN. Ik* 811 not Bull Tarrler the Moat Effect* tw House Protector—Fate of a Thief. ▲ Ruffian In the Kitchen—Bit of Ad▼lce. ''I do not train dogs to watch for burglars," Mid a fancier, "but some of them that are vail bred are led to do it by their natural sagacity and force of character. They may not perform the duty with the desperate energy that is shown by the whity brown cur with the long tail and the black patch over his eye, but they will do it well enough to answer every reasonable expectation. That bull terrier you see there now, weighing about thirty-five pounds, with the undershot Jaw and ugly enough to be put into a chamber of horrors anywhere, might be wide awake when a robber is squeezing his body through the pantry window, but he would make no effort to stop the man's entry; but «noe in the fellow would have hard work to get out again. "It is not easy to say what the bull terrier will do with the prisoner when he has him at his me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 14 November 1887

Hf .. RichThere familiar brilliant. lor than dignity Iredell Mr. ladies that the may be cannot prasfent her black with a lovely satin an cosBoss. iiulast Hr was Each PPBCT evefflH^lie ■ »f riWBKHK by each person ■ r —- ABOxIraePEOP ~. I Mr. and MrJjparker Conrad returned I from their wfkUiigtrip last Tuesday. I They are now it Mr. Richard Pegraw's, I but will soon liove into their new home I on the corner ul Second and Franklin B I streets. /' ■; ; t f ■ I \ Miss Jennie Mcintosh left lor HaltiB more on Tuemliy. ■ Miss Eva dtTreville left on Tuesday lor New Yorll Where she will speuu several weeks* ■ Miss .Vary Wonng-has returned to H Biebmond ajMF quite a long visit to the country. B Miss IreiHneasants has been s^end- ■ ing some aflLr with friends in Atlanta B and Augutfl&a. She is expected back H very fliort^E H Major T. Boy kin and liis from Europe; after of W. L. Gravatt new home in Norfolk. beuiueh missed by Bicbuioud. of great social inplace December Ist clubs. reor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 14 November 1887

cake r i J) ■he taste, the Vh one tiny -*friorej«/i m/2e than Bate! i>i. kef. MS jeweller's Ht glass, so M --iiity :Ui ■" "ant, K is more beautifuleacii ■me etching or steel engraving ■miss, and a young couple r-m I i too many pictures to adorn lis. [gentlemen, are a few suggesfoulj make to you. Ladies go into the -aN-T 1 . a'i'J. usually imething suited to the moi e pe - mts of toe person f™ - whom the ■mt. gi-ntk-mei vr ■tunc.-., have wonder tnat Hut wliei^^fl ■McCary, of Danville. is pss Fannie Tignor, of No. d street. McLauchlan has for the been quite sick at her Ffh Thirtieth street. i'rayser, who lias, since lie guest of Miss llylah irned to her home in oyd. who lias heen >topltit, Mrs. James Goddin, veet.left the llill Thursew days with her friend, 'hestertield. nil. of Hampton, is the ter. Mrs. S. A. Guy, of tilth street. for the marriage of Miss of Harrisonburg, V'a. Christian, of this Hill. rpenter, who for several he guest of Miss Emma ■ Twenty-ninth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 14 November 1887

{ REALM OF THE DIME. THE BOWERY AS SEEN DURING AN AFTERNOON STROLL. What Ton Can Buy for Ten Cents—Getting Over a Spree—Flotsam and Jetsam of the Human Tide — Peeps at the Shows. The Bowery is the realm of the dime. For a dime, having first made your will, you can get one of Fred's dinners, consisting of soup, meat, potatoes, vegetables and coffee. You can get, after buying an accident policy, two unclean shaves for ten cants or one shave with bay rum and a clean towel. You can buy a lot of chestnuts, fresh roasted at the stands or old and mossgrown in the gaudy temples of Momus. You can buy shoestrings, suspenders or a handkerchief from Samuels of Posen of all ages, colors and previous conditions of servitude. You can get a milk punch with an egg in it, provided you do not exact cow's milk and hen's eggs in your purchase. You will be foolish if you exact them. To enjoy the Bowery you must take it as it is, believe in all its shams, accept its mermaid, give credence to its living st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 28 November 1887

She often expressed the God's mercy would grant her of her mental faculties as life should he spared, and in this blessed as she ha 4 desired, for was clear almost to the hour she passed away. And so we the old, and wonder who will their places, for the influence of their wisdom is as potent to the earth as the silent dew, unnoticed, perchance, unless its absence calls to mind our need. HeasM&rand ■locked Bt night . To walk. W A.SB) nhton. November 27.—Much colder dining Monday, with light to fresh southerly winds shift; to westerly. MANCHESTER WEDDING BELI-S. rand Ida *-y_ -curs- BRILLIANT "MARRIAGE OF MR. WH. H. JOKlv- TO Ji:»s TiT T TH BRANCH churches It was such resist the Hhirtieth street, Hirday morning Haves a husband ■11 her loss. ■ we inform ..he Bfas eojne to stay, ■c eye and Vun--1,-ed daily. | ■Tuesday 111 orn■ie residence of Krace street, but I oil" before doing f Weyer's Cave, ed out of nearly 1 expenses by ! New York last heatre Saturday *e of that pretty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 28 November 1887

Cor. 14th and Main Street, Richmond, Va. [Entered at the Post-olHce at Richmond, Va., as second-class matter.] SUBSCRIPTION. Terms, by mail: one year, in advance. Remittance may be made at our risk either by draft, express, P. O. order or registered letter. Money sent in any other manner is at the risk of the sender. Correspondence, society items, descriptions of social events and interesting news of all kinds solicited. Our patrons and friends will conserve their own and our interests by regarding I this request. Miscellaneous matter, othler than important news, must be present by Saturday morning to insure attention. B Advertisements received until a late ■our Saturday night. Address B THE CRITIC. ■ C. A. WOOLFOLK, Manager. O. 13ox. 260. Richmond., Va. Hjas. Hudson, Proprietor. [The question of dress reform bids Ito agitate the devotees of fashion of I sexes this winter. While the men Ipse tcT approach materially closer neDarwinian ideal by omitting the s from their dress coats wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 28 November 1887

AND Balcony of the HoSanctimonious Afghan*—The Hinand Japanese. things were more interesting to me different modes of worship that I the various nations whose oountraveled on my tour around the world From the irreligious cowboy of west, who prides Mm—if on caring God, man nor devil, to the gentle penitent dragging his emaciated body of miles that he may die on the the sacred Ganges, are many interHnng forms of worship, many strange be- ■ In traveling along the roads of Catholic ■Europe one of the most impressive things to Mm observant American is the big crucifixes (erected at the crossroads. [ As one gets farther eastward into Catholic Bavaria and Austria these crossroad crucifixes present a very curious appearance. Attached to the crosslike frame are seen saws, plowshares, hayrakes, pitchforks, apades and all manner of agricultural implements. Sometimes the crucifixes are varied by snug little brick shrines containing images of the Virgin Mary, sundry of the mints and various Rntn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 28 November 1887

F] Ire —A Fi«l ilvents J ians—l m the I of I s ■ ispondenß.]. RMAN. I re delightful tian thepregutfondajlflight uests {present 1 conspicuous nor L#e, Dr. . and Mrs. Otrs. P<lpe, Dr. nd Mp. Wra. iking® 7 handked ner lovelk trimmings; ick apd gold; >m ifichmond asura, was exed silver tulle, satin, and silnrays admired ana winning a sifter of our rs. Allan Donstume of nile rerJ She was tension. Miss ly J Miss Ross, rere statuesque •roifromGlousrv attractive; Carolina, wore a Myers, white ite lace; Miss s Handy, ever self, in a beaume; MissVircoming velvet fisses Archer, iamß, Roddy, others, exceed- > numerous to ! the occasion . i,nd charming costumed in te, rivalled the oses in May—ry Lewis, Elise ams. It is in- : must lose our le we will, dur- jrrace ®i dignity on aHWeaaions akd f n a u Mnpanies. CM. Stern can lead a irermaMbetter than ay man we know, tnd >§gsrs. Pegrara Peyton, Stringfel*low M Donald, Myes, pleas®, ts Tqmpkin and others ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 28 November 1887

BOCIBJY. what the People of Virginia ARE DOING. Where Our Friends Are—A Ful) Report of Social EventsWeddings and GermansNewsy Notes From the Society Circles of Other Cities. [From Our Richmond Correspondent.] There has been visible evidence of anxiety on the part of our society ladies concerning the mention of costumes in letters in the critic. Whilst it may be admissible and even agreeable in the beginning of the season, when the costumes are fresh and new, and each german or reception can boast a different attire, yet as the weeks roll by and two germaus and two or three receptions must be chronicled for each, the young ladies begin to find that these mentious have their disadvantages. How dreadful to be two or three, even a half a dozen times minutely described in the same gown, however elegant or tasteful. It must be admitted that the correspondent of a society paper may be said to resemble a Chinese laundry man, who fills his clothesline every Monday morning with his neighbor's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 28 November 1887

THE FTFTH OF NOVEMBER IN ENGUAND. pMT "Hw Gunpowder Treason and riot" An BtMMfeMMd and Observed In an ' lagltah Village-—Noisy as am American "Hearth of July." ___ j When James I came.J» the throne the Orthotics hoped he wprild repeal many harsh laws then pressing oh them. This he failed to do, and in consequence a secret plot was fanned to bloVup the houses of parliament en the day te went to open the session, and •o destroy the governing power of the nation. The Ota of November, 1605, was fixed upon for file date. Shortly prior to that date it noeorred to some of the conspirators that in Agareytag all the nobility many, per force, «f tbs Catholic peers would perish. So, by way of trying to avoid this, an anonymous htter was forwarded to one of the nobles inning him to aheent himself from the cerensany. Fart of the text was as follows: "Theyshall receyve a terrible bio we this parliament. n These wends seem to have puzzled many to whom the epistle was shown, but ' they eventually l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 19 December 1887

-4,000 ffeefcly Circulation. VOL. I—NO. 15. LCOAL MATTERS. On Tuesday the Chancery Court adjourns for the term. Contributions for society and historical columns solicited. Thursday night a new grove of Druids wi Ibe organized at Bel vide re (Stokes') Hall. A full review oi Society News will be found on the third page. On Wednesday the Legislature will probably adjourn for the Christmas holi--days. Correspondents and contributors wanted for the Critic. A caucus of the Democratic legislators will be held to-night to nominate judges for the Hustings and (. hancery Courts. Mr. A. W. Hawks, of • altimore, the humorist, will lecture here this week before the Young Men's Christian Association. There will be a joint meeting of the Finance Committees of the two branches of the General Assembly this morning at 10 o'clock to consider the resolution drafted by the sub-committee to suspend litigation iu coupon cases for thirty days. At the Mozart musicale to-night MisEmma S. Home, a talented voc...

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