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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 22 September 1881

M THE EVENING CRITIC Published iily Sunday Excepted 1IY TUB EvonlngCrltlo PubllshlngCompany mi ninth street nohtiiyvest YVasiiinotov 1 C TERMS PNOIE copy - 3 a Pfj JK III eJiHUlllt rr Juymii niinatch II V MAlIIIHntaice lald One Year n MA I M Postage Paid Six Months dip 1121 Mall Subscription Invnrlnbly In Adnnce evening critio ruiiiiiHiriNn company YVASIIlKOTONfDC Entered nt the Post Offlco In YVashlngton ns sec ond class matter Thursday Sopt 22 188K What a mrrmiwcr a Httlo thing like tho Presidency makes In n ninns clittractcr Tor particulars bco tho lato JiitlMireeti organs on Arthur It must he by tho ruling of poetic Jus tlco that Now Orleans applies tho rovenuo front tho licenses of gambling saloons to tho support of tho poor homo IlrpnnTfl nro said to bo coming In from Mr Marvins eighteenth wife Tills enter prising dealer In matrimony should hero nfter bo addressed in caro of tho peniten tiary warden Out or every orsnr u loss must como n gain and tho new settlers of Michigan wh...

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. — 22 September 1881

t r i r t THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1R0S THE DEAD PRESIDENT Iio How Hriiinlii Were Received Here The Itcicct Honor nml AT taction Shown by All lnes For tlio benefit of our rcgulnr subscribers wo republish below from tlio extra Onrrio of lost evening tbo very complete account of tlio scenes and Incidents attending tlio arrival of tlio remains ot President Garflold In this city Our roportorial forco covered tlio wholo ground leaving really notlilng now to bo said by tlio morning papers A ftlnnco nt lie Vnt Scarcely six months havo elapsed siuco James A Garfield was escorted to tlio Whlto House with a civic pageantry which lias never been equaled in our land It was the spontaneous acknowledgment by a frco pcoplo of tlio fact that out of fifty millions of Inhabitants ho had been selected by tlio duly appointed instrumentalities of tlio Constitu tion to wield thohclmof tlio government for four years Whatever political differences might havo existed wero burled for that day Al...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 22 September 1881

lh TJ Ev rtV UY nv E i oa tl F 01 tl f t 1 I t 1 rs i THE EVENING CIUTIO E8TABM31IED AUGUST ISO AMUBEMENTD TO NIOHT National TnrTns Jrntile Ijo i onnn Opfba HntsK llonms for Itout rnimitn Tiikatiir toiiIQUr ynrlcty limvPHB humukb OAnDKN Poncrri AnNEitn 8ummm UiinKN Coiiccrt Srclnl Weather Iliillclln Tlio special bulletin Issueil from tlio Sig nal Olllco to day says Tho Indications aro that slightly warmer nml fair weather will prevail to day anil probably to morrow in New Bngland tbo Middle nml South Atlantic States Tlio Crlllc la OoorffOtoHii Copies of Tin Kvenino Cnino may bo hail nnd subscriptions left nt 11 K Inndys book mid stationery store 123 Dridgo street Georgetown PEItTIHENTPAnAOnAPHS Alinut People nml TIiIusm In Well ington Sevekal pakapols nml shawls left by their owners on tlio cast portico of tho Capi tol nro held for identification at tho Ilghth Precinct station Thomas f Seweli wns np before ludgo Snell to day on nchnrgo of choking nnd beating hli step son Robert Robi...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 23 September 1881

T B a ii n fcU I ft I fl l THE EVENING CRITIC KaTATiMancn auuust isnt AMUSEMnNTB TO NIOHT ronuH Oitiia HousK HnvcrlysJlliulrcls Mpcclul Wcntlicr Iliillrlln Tho special bulletin issued from tlio Sig nal Ofllco to day nays Tlio Indications nro tliat fulr wcatlicr will prevail In tho South Atlantic lint Oulf nnd soutlieni portion of tlio Mlddlo Atlantic States to day and probably to morrow with stationary or higher temperature Tlio Critic III oorjtoloii Copies of Tiik Kvkvino Critic maybe bad nnd subscriptions left at E K Inudy s book and stationery store 123 Brldgo stieet Georgetown PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS About Iooplo mill Tlilnirn In Wash ington roivrv stx AltnrsTS wero mado yester day by tho police STItERT LAMPS will bo lighted at 030 p in nnd extinguished at a in 1HsuTayiou for arousing tho echoes of L street northwest Mas to day lined by Judgo Sncll At thi City Hall to day all tho olllces wero closed and thcro wero very few law yers about their olllces In tho vicinity Aaiiox Washing...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 23 September 1881

Jt 11 Fourteenth Year No 4027 SPECIAL NOTICES TO TUB PUBLIC Mr Driver taken this method of announcing lo his patrons Hint In consequence ol the ilcnth of President Garfield TltECIAUDKN CONCrUTH WILL lli DIHC0NTINUK1 until furlherliiotlcc ana w iintvxn sc2l lllttt Pennsylvania avenue gjgyAOARD Wo ttic mitterftiffticMl Hebrews merchants of tlio District mMt respeclAilly announce to our friends niulpntronnthatuiir rpMKttlvo tHiMnrai homo win Unclose on HATUIUJAY tho ith of MK1 Tjmiuh until noclockpmnndon MONDAY thnsil OUTOIIKU these days being observed m religious holiday Chan llnum 410 Heventh street northwest l40iiHtr Hrun4UHovetitlintrect northwest I Jtoirnljerjf 413 Seventh utreet no rt Invest limsKnufmnn47l Heventh rtrectnort Invent Hi rnusn fc Mnrx 4 II Heventh utreet northw rat Khenmn Jlros Seventh anil K ntrectii northwest T Isnnm A llros 411 Hcvenlh utreet northwcit II Hollander -KM Hcventh utreet north went H JttzeniMeln 4M Heventh Mreet northwest IiUrliM A ilrn A27 Hcventh M...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 23 September 1881

I i m THE EVENING OIUTIO Published Dully Sunday Excepted BvonlngCrltlo PubllshlnRCompnny 511 NINTH STREET NORTHWIST Washinotov Dc TERMS PNOLK COPV il CENTS flY CAltUIKIt per JIonllln3 CKNTH I1V MAILlminKoPnldOno Year SI nil BY MAtLPostagoFald8lxMonlhs 11113 Mall Subscription Im arlnbly In Ad mice AtintiKw KVENINO CRITIC PUllLISHINO COMPANY WASIIIXUTOV DC Entered nt tho rest Olllco In Washington ni uuu curo lutuiii Friday Sept 23 1881 WiiBTiiEn Gen Winfiklii S Hancock received our votes or not Iio certainly can depend on receiving ollrmcit iiiiirualtlicil mlnilrntlon confiilcnco anil esteem lrom tlio moment of his nomination nt Cincinnati throughout tlio bitterly personal campaign tlio trying experiences of defeat nnil tlio far nioro trying onlcnl of tlio past tlirco months lie lmi shown himself gentleman solillcr patriot ami philosopher When tlio popular verdict of this vast country was rendered In favor of his rival by n very meagro majority ho met his futo In tho spirit of a soldl...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 23 September 1881

TITE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST 180 Ohio ItcptlMlfnti Anioclnilon Tho Ohio Ilcnubllcan Association met Irtst oVonliiR nt their room In St Georges Hall Cut M I Montis In tlio chair A Mnimlttod ConsUtliiRtif I ti Campbell S II Iloulnson nndJ MCrngwunppoInfcd who presented tho followitif resolution which wcro unanimously adopted Ilaohctl Hint It Is with feelings of un uttcrablc Inillgnatlon nnd horror equaled only by our great weight of sorrow and grief that wo oro forced to rccognlzo tho fact that anothor Chief JIaglstrato of our nation lias fallen by tho hand of nn nwauln n fact which wo deprecato and dcploro not only becauso of tho losi of tho clioien head of our Government but becauso by an act so dastardly tho causo of freedom receives a a blow which timo cannot heal and human ity n stain which can novcr be effaced Ilaohctl That In tho untimely and tragic death of our President tho country ha loit ouooftho brightest stars In 111 constella tion of brilliant and statcsmanllko...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 23 September 1881

Second Edition T3WPi 400 IP 3VC A SCENE The kimMm in tlie Rotnnfla The Nations Dead Surrounded by tho Nations Koprosentativesi Another Account of Mrs Gar fields Last Visit Scenes About tho Capitol Grounds Sorrow and Griof on ovory Faco Another Account r Mr inrllcltlN Villi When tho rotunda bad been cleared and tlio solemn procession headed by Jin Gar flcldand Gen Swalm approached thecasket Mrs Garfield threw her veil ono dido and Cnlinly mill IouriiKeoiisly walked to tho upper end of tho eitafalquo alone Tho lid had hecn removed and tho flower pressing closely around it wcro held lack by tho undertaker In charge Mrs Garfield softly stepped upon tho platform and looked down upon tho faco of her dead husband without comment Sho gazed upon Ills features about n moment nnd then The Tears Which Could Xot l0 He prcmcil began to flow sprinkling tho dead mans face A piteous sob escaped from tho breast of tho noblo little woman and after leaning over tho corpso sho Imprinted it KInh Upon the...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 24 September 1881

I k Fourteenth Yoar No 4028 AMUSEMENTS Washington Two Days Only FRIDAY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 and OCTOBER I w BVfKtSifliHMEFjl C Cords New United Monster Shows Fully three time lancer tlinn ecr combined with The Great Paris Hippodrome u Ith n rare track to firt Uq nnd nearly Imlfa m Ho around Having Jmt completed n three w rckfl engagement In the Madbon Bmiaro dnnlen New York Mr totipH entire vmt comolldatlon Mlilchln cery where admitted to be tlio Largest and Best Show in the World Wtiowoultnnny to vIMt theleadlmj cttlcsoftlio Mouth Klnco exnlbUlmt In tlln city Inst wwion Mr Coupling enlarged his exhibitions to fully tliroe time their former proportions with thn addition nf n MngnlHcont Illiipodroino nntl Throe Cir cus CompnnlcSt exhibiting MmultntieouMy lnthrimmennecircun rings rmplo Inc nearly In o hundred artists of all mitlonnlttlcfl Alwta SploiidldMurioumnntlaGrundMoiinRorio Anions tho leading nenHutlounl fen turn arc the Krent and only IAJIjU who 1 litirleil more than one hund...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 24 September 1881

IcrUlncd thomsclvos with lawn tcnnli upon i a certain Sunday afternoon Lord i i berry emphatically denies tho charge but 1 tho greatly disaffected who Intend to i liovu tho story anyhow virtuously remark that pcoplo who would play games on i J tho Sabbath could as easily lio about It i afterward t j In a subdued iLony of flamo nnd veil- i ing mists tho sky brooded over tho grand rageant of tbo national funeral as it wound down Capitol Hill nnd as If to complete tbo t spoctnelo tho dark clouds gathered closo over tho emptied domo In solemn blackness I they hung but for n moment nnd then as tho solemn volco of distant cannon told k that tho dead lrosideut had recommenced 1 his last journey tho cloud burst not in rain hut In a few tender teardrops j lug If aught Inaulmato oer grieves and then in a Buddcn glory of miracle a grand l rainbow spanned tho Capitol with its prom- for tho future fiso At tiik niKHKn of tho Aztec Club nt udclnhla Inst week General i rant 1 It i THE EVENING 01UT1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 24 September 1881

-- THE EVENING 0111TIC r KSTATILIHUKD AUOUST 1S0S GONE FOREVER Jntnct A Unrflcldq Iteinnltin Cnr rlcil from tlio Hccno of III ircntesst Triumphs Wo republish liclow for tlio tcncflt of our regular subscribers tho extra of lost iileht containing tho very complete account of tho departure of tlio Into Presidents remain from tho city A Itctunrhnlilc Night Years vtll clnp before Washington wit nesses such n sight ns wolmvo had this af ternoon mid let nil hopo tliit It nifiy never ngtiln comofrom such n melancholy causo Tho act Is over Tho curtain has fallen on tlio Washing ton career of James A Gurflcld Tlio streets which lio had trodden In tho early days of tho war and tho Avcnuo which had grown hy degrees Into beauty and symmetry llko V his own Improving public character will know him no more Hut tho scenes In which ho was so promt ncnt an nctor nnd tho particular spots that have witnessed tho triumphs and tho tragedies of his long career wlll rcmnln land marks of history for all tlro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 24 September 1881

THE EVENING OltlTIO ESTABLISHED AUOUHT 1N0S AMUSEMENTS TO MOHT Iohdh Otkiu HorsuHnvcrlyB Minstrels Hioclnl Wcntlicr Ilnllrtlii Tlio special weather bulletin Issued from the Signal Olllco to day nays Tho Indica tions nro that tho stnrm now central cart or Moorhcnil will move northeastwardly rain ing IiIkIi winds nnd numerous ralni In tho upper lako region to ilay followed by clear ing weather to morrow lalr weather will prevail In tho Middle South Atlantic anil Clulf States to day and probably to morrow Tho in llrorarlomi Copies of Tin Kvesivo Critic may bo had nnd subscriptions left nt 11 K Iundyn book nml stationery utore 123 llrhlgo street Georgetown PERTIHENT PAnAOIUPHS About People mill TIiIubh III Wnnli Inirlflii Frank Connkiih wns tlncd f20 by Judge Sncll to day for assaulting Officer Smith FlFTY TltUKunrrcsti wore mailo by tho pollco during tho twenty four hours ending at II a m Work on thi new whig of tho City Hall building seems to bo at n complete A ll tho ofllees of tho C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 26 September 1881

Fourteonth Year No 4029 my7 li AMUSEMENTS Washington Two Days Only FRIDAY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 and OCTOBER I fs W C Cohds New Uuitei Monster Shows 1ntly three times larger than ever combined llli The Great Paris Hippodrome utthnraco track 4 feet wldo and nearly half a mile nrounil Havhur Just completed n three weeks encasement In the Madison Bquare lanlen New York Mr Coups entire vast consolidation which h everywhere admitted to be tho Largest and Best Show in the World fs now on Its way to visit the leading cities of the Hollth Hlncc cxhlhllliiK In 11l city Innt season Mr Coup has enlarged hi cthlhlllons to fully tliren times their former iiroiortloni Itti the nddltlon Mugiitllcont lllpiiodromo mill Three Cir cus Companies rililbltlnit simultaneously In thrcetlnimense circus rliurs cniploj hue nearly two hundred artists of nil nationalities Alson Sjplcndid Museum nntl n Grand Menagerie Amonirtho lending sensational features are the great nnd only LULU v lpi Is hurleil more than mm...

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. — 26 September 1881

THE EVENING CRITIC Published Dully Siimlnyi ExecMcd EvonlnBCrltlo PubllBhlnfrComprtny mi ninth street northwest WASIIINCITOV RtJ TERMS IVINOLH COlV a CENTS TV CAiutiKii prr Mnnih as cents IIV MAI I Ichiro lnlil one Year lnn ui MMiirosingorniinHlx Months aaa Mull Mubscrlpllon Invnrlnbly In Adsancc AlinilKHH KV1MI1NU CHITIU IUIltISIItNd COMPANY WASHINGTON llC Entered at the lostOfllco In Washington ns sec tmd class lnnttor Monday Sopt 26 1881 Sir CitAitrKS Coiiistiikam docs not sco iniKIi illllercnco between nn KiirIIsIi work iiiRinnn mid nn l KJItlin tlicy tiro Iwtli A llaln WuMXiaiavr Mint aultrau lo rIvch tlio liosltioii llnycs requested fur Jim Anderson tlio reil lisilrcd ierjiircr a consulship Inn isnrm climate i TlIK IIK1T OFKIcrlIKI AHMY 111 tllO world I Mint of Venezuela lly tlio nrmy list tlicro nrc over 10000 general svlileli Turiiisliai tlirco jciiernl to cncli soldier Tin lljirrnon or ISussia was so lucky in Retting through alive svltli hi visit to tlio lltiipenir of Jcrma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 26 September 1881

1 h THE EVENING CRITIC ESTAIIMBIIKI AUGUST IMS LYINO IN STATE In tlio SIiiKiilllcpiit Irtlnfiiliiiir in ClOPlllllll Tlio second edition of Snttinlayri Ckitio ntinotitieed tlio arrlvnl of tlio funeral train nt Clovclnud Arrangements had nil been completed for tlio reception of tlio remains nt tho depot for nil hour lieforo tlio train nrrlved and tlio raiket wni Immediately placed In n largo hearse which wai liiusslvoly draped In mourning H was ilrnwn by four jet black horses with lilnek broadcloth neck and body lilniikctx trimmed with deep sll Ver filngc liich limno wni led by n colored Broom Tho lint to alight from tlio train wcro General Shcnn in and Man They formeil parallol linen nlonir tho platform between which tho Im mediate members of tho funlly of tho Into President walked two by two to tho car riages whteh wcro in waiting fur them Mm larflold her son Harry and her daugh ter Moll lo first entered n carriage As Mrs Garfield passed down tho platform lcinlng on tlio arm of her ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 26 September 1881

TITE EVENING OIUTIO IMTAllMHliri AUOUST 10 AMUSEMENTS TO NIOItT BUMUEn Tiikatiik CnMtoni Variety Sprclnl Wcnllicr lliillolln The nprcliil hullctln Issued from tho 8lg nal Olllco to day says Tlio Indications nro tlutt fair weather wilt provnll In Now rngland nnd tlio Mlddlo Atlantic States to day and prolmlily to morrow with no decided eliiingo In temper ature The Critic til Ucorgrfnmi Copies of Tub Hviinino Cmno may lio had nnd subscription left nt 11 K Jundys book nnd stationery store liM llrldgo street Georgetown PERTINENT PAitAOftAPHS About lile mill TIiIiirs In lllKlllll Stiuit ivmia will ho lighted it 130 p in and extinguished at I n m Tin Pashawnys held an enthusiastic meeting at Lincoln Hall last nlglit Only eighteen arresti wcro mado yester day nnd lait night liy tlio police Tin new Church of tho itcformatloii Capitol JII1I will 1 occupied October 11 A mkktikii of tho Local Yorktown Cen tennial Commltteo will ho held to night at tho National Hotel Tin Womens ChrUtlan Tcmpcra...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 27 September 1881

Fourteenth Year No 4030 W C Goads New United Monster Shows riilly three llmw larger tlmnovor combined with The Great Paris Hippodrome with ii race track 40 feet wide and nearly half a mlla n round liming Ju t com plot cm I iv three utckHcnRasemiiitlnthoMmllHonHqoarednrdeii Nim Yurkt Mr CuiipH entire iwt eontoUdutlon which is ccrjwlierc admitted to bo tho Largest and Best Show in the World In now niillHwnv IoxIhU ttinlf niltitir rtttit4nf tlin Houtli yinccexfillilthiff In this city lnit xciutoii Mr i uup nan emnrKtu ins cxriumioiiH 10 iuii u rco HiiH MtlKlr fomur proportions with the addition ifn MugiilUtont lllppotlromo uuil Tlirco ctiM Comimnles xhlbllliiKKlmnllntirouMy In tlirtHllmmense circus rltiKif emnlo Iiik nutrly two hum nil rrtWts of all natloiiallllf Al ftin Mploiullil M unci m and Grand IMc numeric Anions tholuullntr inemntloiol ftnturoi t nro the Krtnlaiiilunly IUMJ wlio is IiurUil moro than MiiohundreiluctlhrouKh thonir fronvn power At I iron aitnpultjH rformlnK two com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 27 September 1881

TIIE EVENING CRITIC Published Daily Siiniliiyi Uiccpturt I1Y TIIK BvonlngCrltlo PubllshlngCompany 81t NINTH STREET NORTHWEST WASUINUTOV DC TERMS pnoit ropv - a cents HY CARRIER or Month - UKNW nv M At Llostngo Paid ono Year turn nv MAILfPostagtiPaldiHIxMonths J3 Mall Subscription Invariably In Advance Aiinnww BVKXIlto CRITIC PUBLISHING COMPANY WAsmmiTiiv DC Fntercd nt tlio Post Ontco III Washington ns sec oitd clou matter Tuesday Sopt 27 1881 Dundkk Scotiand recently liail tlio pleading opportunity ofoircrltip to Iho judge of tlio Amlros n pair of gloves In Iionor of tlio fuel tlmt tlicro vrcro no criminal to lie tried Oamdktta Ii very earnest In his opinion that men ought not to draw carriages ami lio utterly refined to allow Ills admirers at Honflcur to suhstltnto tlicmjolvcs for his horses Titr TEMPritAKCi kmimknt Is not Just tho ticket for Milwaukee Tlio lerman Journals of that city aro explaining this fact pretty forcibly as a warning to tho publican pirty of tho Slate Tub Cojw...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 27 September 1881

u THE EVENING OIUTIO ESTAIILISHIID AUQU8T 180S IkW -- - - AMUSEMENTS IorrtM Oprrn lioiinr Tlio iiroiluclion of Ollbcrt nnil Sullivans Inlcst comlo opera rntlcncc nt Ford ppornhouso during tlio present week will no mi event In tlio musical nnd dmmntlo history of this city TI1I1 opera- U ono of keenest satlro mid jicmlluo lltimor Its ob JcdtlVo paint being to show ilp with most MclUUu ridicule rtml catching wlb the Hcltcilldiis irsthctldUnl nirdritcd Uy A td0 Mrcd clai dftllo soticty pciMlo til Kilgidnd ond wlilbh Is tUsd firowlilg largely prevalent among tlio culcliawcd1 pcoplo In our own country IU Mta aro qtilto m apparent hero ns in Jigland Tlio company ii Cliarlos K Fords Comic Opora Troupe with principals chorus and orchestra and is highly commonded hy tlio press throughout tlio country as liclng as nearly perfect as Is posslblo for a company to bo Tlio opora is dolightfully Interest ing and tlio profuco of tlio authors can bo summed up In the lino from llyroti Tools nro my them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 27 September 1881

THE EVENING CRITIC EHTAllMSIIEI AUUUHT INOH AMOBEMENTH TO NIOHT National Tiiiatiik IWirnn llmlolph 1onnn Ornit HmtK rntleiiro HUHMrn Tiikatiik Comiuuis Variety Nir cInl Wcnllipr llullctlii Tlio special bulletin tailed from tlio Sljr nnl Oflleo to ilny siiyn Tlio liidlentloni nro tbnt fair weather villi lirovnll during tlio Ony In New Kiiglnnil mid tlio Sllddto Atlantic State followed by increasliiR cloudiness and locil mini to nljjlit or to morrow Tlio Critic In Hciiririlonn CoplriofTm llvnvis o Chitio may bo had nnd anlxcrlptloin left nt UK Iundys book mid stationery stoie 123 Hrllpo street Georgetown PERTINENT PAIUCnAPHS Almut People mill Tlilnc Mush liiKlim Tnini wcro forty ono arrests iiindo by tlio liollco yesterday STnrnT iAMrH will bo llRlitcdnt 010 p in and extinguished nt I a m Worn wni actively reumed on tlio new viiioftho City Hull building tlili morn- 1iirk Piiixok of the Police Court Inn icturned from lib Milliliter rimblo looking hearty and strong Tin pump at the comer...

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