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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 26 August 1881

r THE EVENING CRITIC f vV dally and in otucr ways -waste It Is probable that Col Rockwell will to morrow assntlo this pwpgjal as ho has already signified his willingness and tho movement will bo followed by appeals to tho proper authorities to reduce- tho quantity of watdr consumed in tho Botani cal Gardens Capitol grounds at tho Treas ury fountains and othor places This movement Is heattily Indorsed by tho presidents of all tho olovated portions of tho city and It Is considered proper to sacrifico tho beauty of grass and lawns to tho health and cleanliness of tho people Our Iiullnn VhtltorN This morning at 1030 tho remainder 6f our Indian visitors wno navo nut m uu pui ini in vlclt tlm school at Carlisle la camo to the Baltimoro Ohio depot for their trip to the wild Western wilds Lach ouo had a cheap grip sack and some of them carried tho blanket so dear to tho aboriginal heart on tho leftnrm Thoy attracted a 4od dcnl of attention from tho crowd at tho depot but thoy bore It with t...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 26 August 1881

THEjffaNONG OIUTXC KSTAhIIBIIED AUGUST ihqh AMUSEMENTS TO NIOHT BiiMMKit Tiikatiii Comiquk Variety DiiiVKiiM kuxmmi lAituKN Ooncerf Aiinkiik auMHKii Oaudkn Concerlf Hpeolnl Wcntfhcr Ittillnilu Tho Bpcclnl bulletin issued from tlio SIr naiomco to day says Fair weather H lit dicntcfl for Hfttunlny in Xmv KugliHul i The Critic In JciirRClonn rnnlna nfTni KvrxiNo Cnmc may ho had and siibscriptloimUrthtE KRmulys book mid stationery store IM Jiricigo sirccr Georgetown PERTINENT PAHAOHApHS About Pcoplo mid TIiIiirM In Wnh lugioii TwiJNTY Bix AimiMTH woro nindo by tbo pollco during tbo twenty four hours ending nt8a in jrvnsiiALii Ovinmii an unlicensed produco dealer was to day lined 10 or sixty days CitAiiMM Uiianihwix an old colored man being sick and destitute win sent to tho hospital by tho Fanltary olllcu to day Wm Fobmaok who died In Gracclaud Ccmctory yesterday was lcmoved to his home BOO O street northwest and tho Coroner summoned Ix Tin case of Kllzabcth Taylor vs Charles T Taylor J...

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. — 27 August 1881

it - 3T t i 1 WiWWWlflB Thirteenth Year No 4004 AMUSEMENTS TJIORDS OPBtlA HOUBB 1 rlilay and Hsturdiiy rVDnlnas A ucimt 5S mill 57 ANTHONY JIITTH HATIfAWAYH 3f A JIM riO CONBOMIJATEI AMUllIMATIOX Making thli tlio Rrniulmt Constellation ever or Knnlzrd for onp price ornilmlMton 4 - UNITKI HHOWHI 1 linvMu Vi wlvltntplieil Itumntv Dumntvl Mlticon Nocltv Coninnml rnrkcr IlomlnlcrimllonalUoKHhow urny a ivinnninff h aiuhicim uoiiRrewi Together with tlio most surprising novelty of the hiii inn riiHjwnfti HABT INDIAN MIE8TEH8 8ADWAHI A veruauiairiciurttsoiuiottiin Tliln company travel In tlielr ow n lnlnco Draw Ing Iloom Oar over tliu mil wlilcli will bo open for tlio Inspection of tlicuublla on lrldny August 27 from li lo 1 oclock Ikjok out lor tiolrotcsiiio Htreet lnrailo at ll on tiny of exhibition Prices GO nnil 23 cts ltcsrrvccl Heats cts extra Humpty Dumpty Matinee Saturday nuirSMt s UMMUIl TUEATRB COMIQUB Monday August 22 Nightly and Tuesday and Fri day Matinee T3JOAGEMENT HXTIlAOItD...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 27 August 1881

THE EVENING CRITIC IuUlsIioil Dully Sundays Excepted ny tiik EvonlngCrltlo PubllshlnffCompany nil NINTH 8TKKCT NORTHWEST Washington D O TERMS PNGIE COPY a CENTS jn CARRIER cr Moiltll 53 OKNTH J1Y MAIL Postage Paul Ono Year lnn HV MAIL Postago Paid Six Months 883 Mall Subscription Invariably In Advance AnnnitH EVENING CJUTIO PUBLISHING COMPANY - Wahiiiwutok PO Kntercd at tho Tost Office In Washington n scc Dad class matter SATURDAY AUGUST 97 1881 Tim Citrrie of yestordny wns Issued in tho continuous publication during twclvo hours running from 10 oclock In tlio mom lug until 10 ut liiglit Tho total uumlier of all editions was about twenty two thou sand and tlicro seemed to ho no limit to tho demaud Thcro was no euhject of thought or comment that could gain tho sllghcst public attention except tho events nt and about tho White House and this feeling was so Intcnso that tho wholo commuulty might bo compared to ono family watching at tho bedside of n dying relative Hope over and nuou fl...

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. — 27 August 1881

V i II 1 six of hts farm tenants Tho honorypall 1 bearer woro tho following eight gentle II II THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST 180S MR niGGS OBSEQUIES luncrnl HcrilcoM nl fit Alnynliift Ilmrcli Yesterday afternoon nt t oclock tlio funeral sorvlces over tlio body of tho Into Georgo W Itlgi took pltico nt St Aloysltii Church ami tho nudltorlumof tho chnrch was filled to ovorflowlup Among thoso present woro tho Sisteri of Charity SIstors of tho Holy Cros Ilttlo Sisters 6f tho Poor tho orphan hoys from St Josephs and tho orphan glrU from St Vincent and St Kosc besides a largo linmbcr of tho Iminrj illntn frlnndt nnd ncnunlutnncci of tho de ceased mid citizens gciiorallyLns3Cmulcd tqr show for tlio last time tncir respect lor onq of Washingtons omlnont citizens Tho body was brought toMho church Immediately beforo tho ceremony from his country rcsldonco tho uctlvo bearers bolug men William t waiters Jjaittmoro Jolin Elliott New Yoik John W Uurke Alexandria John G PivrKo Anthony Hyde...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 27 August 1881

jj fcpcclril Weather IliillcUHj Tlio special bulletin lisucil from tlio Sic liul Olllco to day saym For Snmliiy fair trcntlicr is Indicated in tliu Gulf States clcnritiE wcntliur in tlio South Atlnntic States clouily weather with mill In tlio Middle State lower lake region mid Now England The Critic In CoplciofTiiK Evknino Unmoinay lio had and subscriptions left at 1 K Lnmlys book midBtntioncry tore 128 liridgo direct Gcorgctownt r PERTINENT PARAOBAPHS About Idlc mid TIiIiik In WiihIi Inuion Milnv ACKKKlttrit G ceiit stweulno di rect front tho wood 1 0 Knight lVllJ Pnav TwjJSTv wxwrets Vc nun ado bylho pollco during 1 be twenty font Diutirc ending ut 8 m Wiff Moxnoi a colored hey for loud nril lwUlcmns iinJuetrvus fluot liy Justice iiiraay - i 8rRciiTLAMi wlll lK lighted nt 710 p ihjuhI extinguished nt 3 I5 n in both to iliy nndtte inorrow Jostrii CtitAVK n iu 11 dressed whlto man tcttty pleaded guilty to vagrancynnd was sent down for thirty days 1iumc Stuart waswnt to Jail forflilr...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 28 August 1881

v W y tjKIXlT GBKEHDIf MS A Bright Sablmtli Prospect of a Bright Day for the BSlW This Mornings Bulletin v The Best for Ten Days HOPE REVIVED AGAIN Pulse 100 Temperature 984 730 A M Haw the Day Opens Tho White IIouso is quiet at this hour and all appear to bo mora cheerful In nnv swer to a query as to tho Presidents condi tion The CntTio was informed that tho President had Held Ills Own Bravely Throughout tho Night and was no worso and perhaps better than at our lost accounts Tho doctors aro all in attendance 8 A M Pulse nt Thin Hour 100 Drs Bliss and Reyburn have just taken the Presidents pulse and report it to bo 100 They say that there is evident improve ment but it is so light that they warn the pconlo from taking too much encourage ment from tills rally Their opinion how ever is that If tho Kally Continue into tho night thcro will be decided chances for tho Presidents recovery Thore is not at this time n single person about tho Whlto House gates A Good Sunday Bulletin Tho follo...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 28 August 1881

THE EVENING CRITIC Published Dully Sundays Excepted nr tiik ft BvonlngCrltlo PubllahlngCompnny 0 NINTH STIIEET NORTHWEST Washinhton DC TERMS bncilk copy a C5K2S JTV CARRIER per Month as CFNTH BV MAItPostagoFaldOno Year flHO BY MAIL 1ostagn Paid Six Months sa Moll Bubscrlptlon Invariably In Advance Annniwi rvening enrrto publishing company W ABIIIWIITUH U A Entered lit tha Tout Olllco In Washington as sec ond class matter SUNDAY AUGUST 8 x88i Tun Critiu of yesterday was Issued In tho continuous publication during twclvo hours running from 10 oclock in tho morn ing until 10 at night Tho total number of all editions wns about twenty two thou sand and there seemed to ho no limit to tho demand T hero was no subject of thought or comment that could gain tho sllghcst public attcutlon except tho events at and about tho Whlto House and this feeling was so intenso that tho wholo community might bo compared to ono family watching at tho bcdsldo of a dying relative llopo over and anon flickered...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 28 August 1881

I THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUQUST 1808 mr moos obsequies Iuiicrnl NcrvircR nt 8t Aloynliift Clitirclt Yesterday afternoon nt 4 oclock tlio funeral services ovor tho body of tlio Into George W Rings took plnco nt St Aloyslui Church nnd tho rutdltorlumlof tlio church was flllcd to overflowing Among those present woro Iho Sisters of Charity Sisters of tho Holy Cro8H Littlo Sisters of tho loor tho orphan boy from St Josophs nnd tho ornhnn girls from St Vincent nnd St Hose besides a lnrgo number of tho Immo dlnto friends and acquaintances of tho de ceased nnd cltUcns generally assembled to show for tho last time their respect for ono of Washingtons eminent citizens Tlio body wis brought to tho church Immediately beforo tho ceremony from his country rcsldcnbo tho active bearers being six of his farm tenants Tho bearers woro tho following eight gentle men William T Walters Baltimore John Elliott Now Yoik John W Burke Alcxaudrla John G Parko Anthony Hydo Thomas Kvatis Caldcron Carllsl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 28 August 1881

H r HA i lotitlnucdfroinllret rage nuilgoT Ho recalls llicm nil lnln nnxloty nml conlllctliig Iiojim murk tliclr progress Now ho believes that ho li getting potter Now ho It lws hopeful 5 bul not ono word of despair or complaint escape his lips 1 Will Tnltc Thnt One Oiniice ho remembers lrivlng I1 to hli physicians in tho cnrller days of hli prostmtion but to day ha rcnlUoi t1ilt that olio clinnco is rnpldlyrdriftilis nuiiy Iroin Jiliil ami lie enters tho oluidow of tho valley of death resigned nnd ready to meet his Jort And what nro tho peoplo Baying nil this time Tliov nro not demonstrative or outwardly 1 1 11 rtl 1 lAt nIr fa plainly ilopiitfcd upon tuolrf faces Tho stiong bonds of alfcctlou liaa bound men of nil parties togr tlitr In tho ono common sorrow Char ity has disannul suspicion nnd pity has melted luito and iimiRht tiow remains for them but to nuept with patriotic roslg iiiitloiivlmtuertlio rvinalnlng solemn hour may brlngiopnsrf At Xoon To Iny only n few strigglcM hung...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 29 August 1881

- sssssgmmKB Thirteenth Year No 4005 AMUSEMENTS gjUMMEnTnBATnn comique onday August 50 Nightly and Tuesday nml Fri day Matinees thi KunopuAN cKLimniTiES First nnprnrnnco hero of the Three llnnklns Jtassey Brothers Morton and Jlrynht John TIH and his lloynl JIarloncts Melrose nml 1m liose nml OrmlorlT nml McDonald llnrry La Hose In his Clrent Ulub JnpxlliKr Act Our Great Mock Company In n choice programme The Irwit 4rf Wlmlcattiy JohiiMassey Heo It nnd wonder at It The nerforinanco to ronclmle with IUS M1HKUA1ILKH D MVEHB SUMMER GARDEN CONCEITO ruihT tViiftAitAxci nr llm Vrnlllfl Minl nctil fnnirdlfllis nllll OrhtU L V nntor of Refined Hebrew Uurlcscruc MES3RH MAAB AND DREW Re engagement of Mr rilENCII ntul the old favorites nuM ADMIHSION lREK A ONERS BUMMER HARDEN AN ATTRACTIVE HUMMER RESORT OPEN lOU TJIE SEASON A Superior Orchestra Biippllca exquisite mimic and theiliiestrofrcshincntsaroservedliillrst ciass w tylc WE CATER TO THE MILLION EXCURSIONS qixtii excursion 3ST ATI03STAIj H...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 29 August 1881

h THE EVENING CRITIC Published Dally Sundays Excepted nv THK EvonlnsCrltlo PitbllBhlnrrCompnny Oil NINTH STREET NORTHWEST WAHUINnTOKi D 0 TERMS PNOLE COPY a CENTS JlY CARRIER per Month 113 CENTS Jl V M Al Ii Postage Paid Ono Year lno UY MAlLPostagoFatdSlTMontiis 383 Mull Subscription Invariably In Advance Anmnvw EVENINO CRITIC FURLIBHINCI COMPANY WAMHMIITOM PO Entered tit llio Post Odleo In Washington as scc ond class matter MONDAY AUGUST ag l88t Tun hull fiohts lu Franco havo bcon rather unlucky anil to rctriovo their lias times and attract tho public It Is proposcil to cugngo female matadors to light tho ani mals 9 Tin WANnimiNo Italian iircfcrs Call rfuintn as a plncoof residence It lias plenty of wlno and sunshine but for good steady loafing ho Invariably finds that thcro Is no pluco like homo A bnakh winding Ul into tho clouds is accepted as tho happiest description of tho Himalayan Hallway that has just been opened It Is said to havo steeper grades and sharper curves than any ...

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. — 29 August 1881

vp THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AU0U3T 1S08 IcttcrH at tlio White Uoiihc Tho mall of tlio rrcsliiont h n romnrkiiMo one About ono hundred lottora n tiny nro received tit tlio White House addicted cither to Mr or Mrs dnrflold During tho early stages of tlip Presidents 11111081 tho letter were mostly to him Now they nro generally addressed to Sin Gnrficld and ex press tho writers sympathy with her Mo3t of them bear ovldenco of bolng written by persons of Inferior attainments but at tho satuo tlmo thoy testify to tho r euiilno Bcntilnent of tho pcoplo in their distress Of coursotheso letters ftro opened byPrivnti Stcrctaiy Brown or his assist tants Oflatotho letters havo been of an advisory kind Very frequently thoy ro 4 commend tho dismissal of tho present corps of physicians nnd tho adoption of a treat mint fnvoicd by tho writer Many of them i urgo a trial of homeopathy others advlso tho trial of magnetic Influences as produced by tho laying on of hnnds Some persons Bond charms oth...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 29 August 1881

I THE EARNING 01UTI0 iMTiiiMHirKnAitdtlBT lo - AMUSEMBNTS TO NIOHT BtlMMKIl TllKATIIK COWIQItli Vnrlcty DntVKiiH HITMMKil Uauiiiis Concert AIINKIlS HUMMKIl OAllUKK tOllCCrt in tho fight that ensued the court lis missed her 6 nlnfvli1 flAvfinmofir Vnfuv Complaints liavobcou received of tho sidewalk on II sticet between Fourth and FifthV v Gejrgq Sliclipnid Irecolvvjl a permit this morulngjfor building a frame huuMj onJj street near i oirtcentu Otto Ij Wolftteiacr will build three two stoiy biicxiihvtllluMO i Muinu avenue near Four-and-a-half strtet southwest at a cist of 1800 A permit was takcu out to day by D Ill J roll for building u partonago for the Grace M K Church on S street livtwccn Klghth Und Ninth which will eost 3600 Jamim Collins for threatening to put an cud to tlio existence of his wife was to day by Judge liuudv put under bonds iu the sum of H00 or six months In jail A petition for tho erection of lamps In tic vicinity of Q and Marion streets north west bus been receiv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 30 August 1881

Thirteenth Team No 4006 W AMUSEMENTS trXvimnn tiiisatmb comiquh Monday Ausuit a Nightly onrt Tuewiny ona Fri day Mntlncc TJII KWUOPKAN CKLtHlItlTIlX First npncnnuice hero or tho Thrco nankin Slamey Brothers Morton nn Bryant John Till amlhlOtoynlMnrlonetB Mcltjwu unci Ln How niHlOrntlorirnnil McDonald llnrry Ln Koto In fiUarcfttClubJuMlIng Act Our Groat Mock Iompanyin n cuuk u uHiy V- i ttn Feiit Jolin Mntknv Heo It iitm v a tin or nt Wlro by I mi I n nr tn Witt 111 llfl Willi I It T1ocronnnj1cotoHi7ilcindowt 1 T1UVE1VS SUMMER OATtDEN CONCEKTS II XJ llKST AVlEAIIANCE ofthoVenuitlloClmriicter Comedians nnd Origi nators r ltcllnecl Hebrew Hurlcsue MliSSIlS MAA8 AND DllKW Itc f nsasement of Mr IllENCII and thoold favorites ADMISSION ritEI 2M A DNBBS BUMMER OABDEN AN ATTnAOTlVK BUMMER 11E80PT OPEN FOR THE SEASON A Superior Orchestra supplier cwil dto music and thi Ilnest refreshments nroscrvodlti llrst class tyle WE CATEH TO THE MILLION EXCURSIONS QIXTH EXCURSION 3Sr ATI03STKIj RIFLES 18...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 30 August 1881

THE EVENING CRITIC Published lly SuiKliiya Excepted 11V THK EvenlngCrAto PubllshlngCotTtpany Sll NINtttl STREET KOHTIttitOT Washinutov 1 C TERMS PNOLR VY a CKNT8 rfY CAltFltbtlt cr Month ia rjKNTH I1Y MAILVostiigoluldOno Ycwru l0 BY MA Ujrostagnlaldliilx Months 1123 Mall Mhscrlptlon ln arlably In Advance AnnnKss KVENISQ CIIITIO 1UIILWINXO COMPANY Washimotqv n C Entotttl at tlio Pest Orflco In Ufashlngton us sec ond clejs matter THJESDAY AUGUST 30 1881 CoiiHtltutlnu Tmlitliiff To liavo received from an eminent mem Ixrr of tlio Washington Tir the following 3o the lidltorothe Kienina Crlllci Inclosed yon will 11 ml mi extract f 10111 to flnva Smr Ynrk Sun wh eh ouirht to 110 o Infuicst to you uh tlio reputed orjrnn of tho 8pcrotnrvliivuttlciihtriinilfisniiirveyoroi public infoinmtlnii Kenontlly Tlio in quiries put loru iml by thoSim contUlittor niovciy tci Uncut iiiidliuvo iitttiictctl Xlio nttcntlon of MAX IjMvrciw Washington August 1881 Tlio following Is tiro text of tlio lucloacil c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 30 August 1881

yt r t f riZZSSSIWWJCyT V r W n A vi aiBM7rtniirTnifljrMtinwiw THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1808 THE COURTS Important IIiihIiich for a the Ap prOIICllltlK NCMMlOHH Tlio Circuit Court will bo convened ns ft Rlcclal law term on tho first Tuesday In September but tho Jury trials will not be gin until tho third Monday In October Among tho coses that will bo on tho trial calendar for tho October term arc Young vs District of Coluinbltt Itny Whltnoy vs District of Columbia Lyons vs District of Columbia Lomont vs Washington Georgetown Railroad Company tho Northern Liberty Market Companys Bovcral suit against tho dealers Muollor vs District of Columbia District of C61umbla Vs Evans ct al same vs Clcphano samo vs Filbert and others Uryau vs District of Columbia Hlilclair vs Washington Georgetown llallroad Com pany Saylcs vs same Hcrllhy vs District of Columbia Daly vs Inland Seaboard Coasting Company Mitchell vs District of Columbia Jleall ct al vs llrtltlmoro inao llallroad Company...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 30 August 1881

iifT V tu iJLrr ri THE EVENING C1UTIC iaTA1irI8UtyAU0ywflW Tim ATm ttMiQnr Vrlrty IVPitilHrUMK Umirx Omecrl AlMKIl II f CHUKH UlinKN OlllClTt UClnt WcnlUcCItiillctliw Tho flircclal titiUclin tttticil from tllo Sig rw Ofllco to day swss Fair weather U Indicated for Wcilnos day in tlio Middle Atlantic Staten South Atlantic and Kast Gnlf States and rain In tho lower lake- region 1 J i 1 The lrltle In lcornctown ConlcsofTiiK Kvknino CitlTid may bo had and snlficrlptwns left ntEK Lnndys boolc mid stationery store 128 Urldgo street GcorKctowu PERT1NENT PARAGRAPHS rE Alton t Tcoplc mill TliliifrN In AVuhIi luirtou Stiuxt lamiD will Imj lighted at 710 p in nnd vxtliiBiiislicd at 1115 a m FiiTvroun AitmT8 woioimuloby tho police during tio twenty four hours ending tit8 a in ABi attractlvo summer garden Is trowlca nightly and tho visitors aro In vriably delighted iv fin nml Tittnna Cochrane got into n fight last night and were to tlny lined 3 for tho little invention Tiik Corcoran leaves her w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 31 August 1881

U u It D J r vtttdt -- Fourteenth Year No 4007 AMUSEMENTS QUMMEH THEATRE COMIQUD Sonoay August NlailtTy and Tuesday nnd ilny ilnlmccs Till EUltOPKAN CKLEMllTIEH first nppcnrnnco hero of tho Tlirco lnklny Tdiiwcy mothers Morton nml llryont John Till iXltilslloynl Mnrlonc ts Mclroso rntil Ln none SI Orndorff nnd McDonald JZ iiu nrrmtriuh JucKllne Act Our Groat mode ComrmXyTn n fico Tho Great WlrpFcM V John Mftflicy Hco It niulwonder nt It Tho pcrformftncptocoiicliulowltli nivravs summer garden conckiits rinsT AiTEAitANtn of tlio Versatile Character Comedians and Origi nators of llcllncd Hebrew lliirlewuic MESS11S MAAH AND DllEW lle cnirngcmentof Mr lllKNCII mul tlioold favorites ADMISSION rilEE nuM A BKERS OUMMEIl OABDBN AN ATTRACTIVE BUMMEIl 11ES0RT open ron Jthk SEASON A Superior Orchestra imppllcs eJlf10 and tho llncst refreshments nroserved In lint class style WE OATEn TO THE MILLION r EXCURSIONS mAKB your Bg1iJ25 vou Grand Oyster Roast TO IQWE11 CEDAR POINT SUNDAY SEP- Tho Fast n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 31 August 1881

1 THE EVENING CRITIC Published Dally Sundays Uxcouted II V TJIH EvonlngCrltlo PubllshlnffComDany Oil NINTH STREET NORTHWIiST WASIttMOTOK DU TERMS BCOPY JlY UAHUUi JlY JUAI M I afcSftWaySsI Mull Subscription Invariably In Advnncc Aiinmcss EVENINO CUITIC IUJIMHHINO COMPANY Wasuixiitok UO Vntntfl At IliA llaal niHn In Mr1i1itia utiii i iij mgiuiiikv in ti iviiiiuiiuii mow ond clai s mnltcr WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31 1881 WKiivvimKN pained to soo going tho rounds a pretended explanation of tho sudden and inystorious visit of tho alleged Postmaster General to New York tho other night This explanation runs to tho effect that when tho surgeons gavo tho Presidents caso up as hopolos poor James was seized with utter panic hied him to Now York and implored Arthur to retain him in tho Cabinet whatever might happen to his col leagues Wo feel authorized to declare that this statement is not truo James is n very weak man and capablo of doing vory silly tilings j but hardly this James does not know much ...

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