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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Critic and record. — 13 May 1891
titicJlttxrtir Situations and Help Wanted Not Exceeding Thrco Linos Insortod Without Charge 111HTH, MARRIAGE, DEATH AND FUNBRAL , NOTIOE8-notoxcoodlnsr3 linos Froo. Other nilrcrtl-cmenls under the minor cU'tlftal headings, one rent n ucml or seven rents a line tint In-erttoii; five cents a lino each -iibac'incut Insertion. THE 0E1TI0, FOUNDED 18G8, WHOIE NO. 7,10 I, VT ASHING TON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1891. TWO CENTS A COPY. --io CENTS A MONTH. subscription rates; . 25 Cents Por Month; $3.00 Per Year. Less Than One Cent a Day. Delivered In this fclly, Georgetown, Anacostla and Alex amltin or by mnll anywhere la tbo United Stales. ht ' - srnoiAij notioks. THWESTV PER CENT. To reduce my Immense stock of AMERICAN WATCHES, DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, JEW ICLliY mid SILVHUWAHK, I offer to tho pub lic n "-pedal dlfcount ot 50 por cent, for SPOT CASH for n SHOUT time only on the nuovo .goods. A L. SALTZSTKIN.Jtl., Manufacturing Jeweler, C03 Seventh t. n.'w. HltAlNAIM) H. WARNER, Presiden...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Critic and record. — 13 May 1891
-'fh-'1 - -zsm?mj:.-tfm' BrtV" -vj ??'' -'im T'VTCitJ(pgJpWWW5f1ll!w 'iwni'Wf sfVT-'P; ' TnE ORITIC-RECORD, WASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, M1Y 13, 1801. MMMaHnaMSBrMMmBvBIMaMMMBiaaBwaBHww-' i ii - n i n i i n ii i ,...... 1 s if ? I- w ft r THE CRITIC-RECOTIP. EVERY EVENING DV TUB WABH1NGTON OIUTIO COMPANY. Ofllco, 043 D Stroot Northwoat, m WASHINGTON, B. 0. TERMS OF subschiiton. Use ycnr, by mall or carrier.. ...fl 03 One month 3.1 Vaeiii.nuto.v, I). C, May 13, 1S01. Tin lit: mik Titosn no doubt who linvo not yet fully realized the polltlcnl vnluo uf the movement In tho Interest of Sena tor Giirmk, although It has grown stoad ily since it first appeared on the surface through tho columns of Tub Cuitic Jtrioiiii. Thoughtless politicians, who tnkc n superficial view of the character of the American people, tiro disposed to let it pass ns n matter of small moment amidst the sound and fury of their own conventional surroundings. Hut more mid more tho rank and (lie of tho voters ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Critic and record. — 13 May 1891
TC " THE CRITIC-RECORD, WASHINGTON, D. 0., -WEDNi- 111 ai AM llic City. kntjjutainmunts. Ai.nAt'oii's-Carleton Opera Company In "Mynheer Jan." Evenings nt 8:13. Mntlnco Saturday only. New National "Shllob," Evenings nt 8. Matinees Wednesday rind Saturday. llAnnis' "Irish Luck." Eventntts nt 8, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday. KEnMAN'g Sam T. .lack's Creole. Evenings at f. Mntlnoca Tueedny, Thursday dud Satur day, Ui.or.j: St. Delma'n Specialty Cnmpiiiy. Kvenlngs nt 8. Mntlnccs Monday, Wednoa day, Friday nnd Saturday. Ej,ounstos To Mnrshnll Unll, the steamer Charles Mncnlcslor, dully nl 10 n. m. nnd 3 p. in. HAeEnAiJi Aisoclntlon same, -1:30 p. m. liFctrtioN l.ndlcs,' Wlmodaughsls, 1100 (1 me,t,7:30p. m. BTnAwnxnitT Fete, benefit Foundling Hos pltnl, At 132') Thirteenth street, 5 to 11 p. m. IN AND AIIOUT TOWN. The excursion season hns opened. Orders nro bciiiK plnccd now for (lowers for Decoration Day. There Is Ruldtobon scarcity of competent ) ft I. or to assist In house cl...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Critic and record. — 13 May 1891
JSHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1801. IMPORTANT M'SINBSS TRANSACT!!!) AT LAST NIGHT'S MEETING. A Clintge ricTcrrcil Tlint Soitonnly Re flect) Upon t lie Method of Selecting Tcnrlictt Numerous Chances lii tlic Personnel of the Corps of Teacher. The regulnr meeting of the board of trustees of the publla schools wns held lit the Franklin IIitlldiiiK. last night. Those present were Messrs. Gregory, Ilnzen, ti'Ditsh, Mitchell, Wltmcr, Whclploy ami Jlrticc, villi President Mitchell in the chair, J A coiniiuinlentlon whs reul Trom Mr. II. J. I.nsier thai attracted considerable interctiiid attention, ns In it ho charges the illegal appointment of teachers. Mr. I.aticr says Unit some lime ngo his daugh ter, M lis Marguerite I.asler, a graditato of tl.eHluh School, lsro. wrote to President Mitchell of tho school board, enclosing n application which sho had made to Superintendent Powell to 1111 a vacancy in the cons of teachers of tho third dlvis lr ii. In her application sho stat...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Critic and record. — 14 May 1891
StfB&CRIPTION rates: 25 Cents Per MontH; $3.00 Per Year. Less Than One Gent a Day. Delivered Jii this city, Georgetown, Atmcostln nnd Alex andria or by null anywhere In thd United States. Situations and Help Wanted Not Exceeding Tliroo Llnoa Inaortod Without Charge BIRTH, MARRIAUB, DEATH AND FUNERAL, NOTIOES-not oxcoodlnu- 3 llnoa-Preo. (tlherodfettlfcmenli under I lie minor tlo-;llfeil listtlliuji, one Cdntn word oi even cents n lino (Intt lnttfon; ftvecetita a llho each ttiiircijuciil Insert Ion. J ? CSZSbSm THE CRITIC, FOUNDED 1SG8, -WHOLE NO. 7,105, WASHINGTON", D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY l'l, 1801. TWO CENTS A C0Pr.---ii5 CENTS A MONTH. mbt (Brat BPKfclATi NOTICKS. nWEKTY PER CENT. JL To reduce my Immense etockot AMERICAN WATCHES, DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, JEW BLIIV nnd SILVERWARE, I offer to the pub. He a special discount of SO per cent, tor SPOT CASUIor a SHOUT time only on tho above ROOltj. A. Ii. SAI.TZSTMN, Jn Manufacturing Jeweler, POJ Seventh flt. n, w. UltAINAllD H. WARNER...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Critic and record. — 14 May 1891
THE OKITIC-ItFCORD, WASHINGTON, D. O., TTTTTRSDAY EVENING, MAY 1-1, 1801. A f THE CIUTIC-TIECQ11D. EVERY EVENING nv tiib WA8HINUTON CR1TIO COMPANY. Ofllco, 043 D Stroot Northwoat, m WA9H1N0T0N. D. . terms of suiisclun'foN. One year, by mall or currier .....J 00 One month U Waiiiimiton, 1). C, M v 1 1, l0l. Tun iir.vj-ii.ni'MKNTd ok tlm ast month r moro hnvo cmphnshcd tho necessity for nn hiercnso of tho nnvnl power of tlio Vnltcd ftntos. Kvcn hoforo tho Italian imbroglio mid tho Ituto Incident, thu fact thnt wo woro ongaged in n diplomatic Mrugglo with (irciit Britain, in which lny v?nr ns n potentiality, wns urged in behalf of the proposition that our naval arma ment should bo Increased. lint there were plenty of easy-going souls who rid iculed (lio idea that Uncle Kani and John Hull wcro ever llkoly to do more in tho way of strife thnn bandy terms of cousinly disparagement. Tho more or less serious developments of the New Orleans episode, however, vor Hied the judgment of those wh...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Critic and record. — 14 May 1891
ST' THE CRITIC-RECORD, WASHINGTON, D. C, TIITTRSDAY EVENING, MAY 3J, 1 891. Ul am ami i GitF. KNTK HTA1 NM1.NT3. ALnAVfin' Carleton Opera Company In "Slyuheer Jon." Evenings at 8:13. 3latlneo Hattmlay only. 1 New National "Slilloh." Evening nt 8. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. , llAimtn "I rluli Luck." Evenings nt 8. iMntlntcs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Keiinan's Ham T. Jack's Creoles. Kvenlngs nt e. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day, OtonE Ht. llelma's Specialty Company. Kvenlngs at 8. Matinees 31ondny, Wednes day, Friday and Saturday. UxrrnsioNs To Marshall Hall, the steamer Charles Slncnlestor, dally nt 10a. m. ami 3 p. in. lUsEHALt-Association gnuio, -1:30 p. .m. Amateur same at Y. M. 0. A. grounds, 1: 15 p. in. Aiademy or Music Concert ats p, in. IN AND A110UT TOWN. A great day for Korty-Nlncrs. 'Hie sluul senson is at Its hcigjitli. Tlio Columbia Cycle Club luw nrrnugcil n scries of rims for this mid next month. ' Seven bicyclists were arrested last night , j for...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Critic and record. — 14 May 1891
THE CRITIC-REG OltD, WASHINGTON, D. C THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1891. v. .-. - - '( INTENSE AMCK1CANISM. Oho of (lio Ciuuca or llw I.ato CprMiiB In New Orlenin. Fiom Vtt notion Iltralil, liti. 1 nns In New Orleans ilurinir, tlio trinl of llio Matin 'finng,' " sniit Mr. James W. M Hall of tlio lumber exporting firm of Vcllmnn. Hall A. Co yesterday. 'Tlio txtltcinoiit ws intense, nnil everything imlii itcil (lint nny mlscnrringo of justice would bo sternly dealt with 1 nut well ncipiaintcri with tho men who led (ho uprising and tlio attack on tlu prison 'iliey were not men who lake the law in their own hands until it lini failed to secure justice. They are fa r conorative business men. One of the causes of tho uprising is the mlonso Americanism of tho South to day Tlio people arc hostile to tho Malta ns an institution foreign to American ideai. If to-day tho foreign population of the northern cities, the Anarchist and So einlliK should make trouble, 1 hcllevo tliertoutli would ric as ...