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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 30 June 1881

l s imcl 1 ULi rackel In II I v 4 ly i I NDKl INC 1W lirtoonth Year No 3954 AMUSEMENTS 5vEIVQ BUMMER OAIIDEN CONOCRf S I MWI nil 14 11 II t I lltsKJ ltll 1 Illlllll JVtVIIIIL i ATTllACTIONH TJ 118 WKK1CI Jin H13LKNA TAYIOlt Contralto trim haltimoiik ouAUTirrrK Jilt VM JAKOKH Cornet HololM nihe greatest llitiijolst living Nhnrgc for nilniHtnncc IllUli ljlJ JIIMMY ie Sixteenth Grand Annual SOHEUTZEN FEST 01 THK WASHINGTON SOHEUTZEN VEREIN junk st a 20 and io vtzn TAitciirr hhootinii imhzb howl- INH ANIILAIIIKS 1IllZl i nrr miiuotimi cfcfCKItT AND DANCINft JIUHIO by jirs Henry Donch nml Awriist HclirrriliT every ilny commencing nt 3 oclock m Veclnl performances every ilayntfl nml II p in bMcssrs AV1IIIY nml IIUK Americas ldtt prominent iloublo bnr performers lie Antipodean Jlnrvel ALMA In dnrlng Imts upon llio lerlnl tnipew EVANION nml McCOllMlOK In tlielr am plfcrostatlon1 or chnllciiKo blliiilfolil net im DAISY NOHWOOD tho most nccom plhcil Inily vocnllit upon tlio American stae or t...

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. — 30 June 1881

M I V i IJft itZT -- t THE EVENING CRITIC Published Dully Sundays Excepted iiy Tim EvonlngCrltlo PubllshlngCompany 811 NINTH BTltEET NORTHWEST Wahiiinotok 1 C TERMS hinolp coi v iSJ IIY CARRIER per limit h la WAW JIY MAIL Postage pa djOnu cnr Jlno JIY MAlLilostngo Paid Six Months 231 Mall subscription Invariably III Advance Aiiiiuksh EVENING CIHTIO PUIILISHINO COMPANY WASIIlXdTOV PO a JrSM A VtU w - Entered at tbo Post Ofllcc In AYuililnston ns sec ond clnss matter THURSDAY JUNE 30 1881 Tin march or jvintb would seem lo 1o marking tltno Ono week 1ms passed with out nil eruption fiom Qnuit t It is haii tlmt Siin Cox won 20000 by 1oxlmirs victory nt lnrls This will como In handy Tliero Is still tlmo for Samuel to enter the Albxny rnco It is kipoktii that the Now York V 1011 will hereafter 10 a weekly edition of the Vtenlng lost Another report Is that tho dull season has now set in Till Atlanta Coinlilnfioii has printed u luiototimnliic map of tho comet Military critics in Georgia aro ...

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. — 30 June 1881

lv tt I I - v IV u 4 THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1808 THE COURTS KquityCouiit To day Deacon vs Dea con rule on Icfendnnt llnson granted re tttniablo July n Carter vh Jones ten dnys further tlmo to tnko testimony Hooper vs Faxmcoi pro confeiio agnlnst defendant Kauncty vacated Fiik vs Hollander lucntyilnya further tlmo to tako testi mony Johnson vs Johnson payment of taxes by receiver from rents ordered Ad journed tine illc A Null EihIciI Tho beautiful uncertainty of tlioluw was never 111010 fully shown than In tho citso of Joseph Alexander ct til vh Iov Albert lloulrtln which wiislicjrun In tho Supremo Court of tho District September 28 1807 Tho facts In tho caso nro as follows In September 1857 a small party of colored pcoplo fioni Virginia formed themselves Into a Congiegational IJnptist Association with Itov Albert Ilouldlu iw pastor Tho church membership and Ilouldlu went to work and raised money enough from his flock and others to buy a lot and ciect a church on tho c...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 30 June 1881

k -1 it I Li i j t i sssy M1 - JV it i - i r i w fiv ta tt I te fifp Vm v j T Trvy iftKrf WPf J f jr THE EVENING CRITIC ESTAHLIIIIED AUGUST INOS tVcullior Inillonlloim For tlio Atlntitlo Stntei fair wc ntlicr wlmls mostly iiortlierlyKtiitioimiy or lower temperature higher barometer END OF THE FISCAL YEAR How It Aircls Hie IMilrlel O 111 cos Tlio lmiltut time of tlio year In the Dis trict government nfllccs Is tlio termination of tlio fiscal year ami tlio press of work during tlio present week makes tlio Colnm hla liulldliiK lui with an unnsiial activity Tlio 1st of Inly tlio happy new year fiscally spcakliiif must flml u ia at ileal of work accomplished und ehaiiKcs completed Tlio Commissioners olllco umlerKoes no cIiiuikci except that the appropriations for tlio not year will ho at their disposal and this will Kivo a fresh Impetus to work now lagging because of cxhaustcil appropriations The vigilant and steady workei s of the special assessment division will ui ess no moio un der t...

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

Hrl Thirteenth Year No 3954 AMUSEMENTS The SoMetzen Pest win in costinui to day u RIVERS BUMMER OAUDDN CONCERTS B WW nil 1111 liiiiin Avenue ATTllACTIONH TIII8 WKtttCt MISS IILLKNA TAYLOlti Contrnlto Tin iiAiTiMom QUAiiTnrn Mil VM JAIXIMt Cornet Soloist BndllelctItatvljB No clinriio for mlniltlniice s UMMSn THEATRE COMIQUE Molality Juno Jo 10 7 Nightly nnil Tucituy nml Friday uniincc I Anotlicr llrllllnnt lingnnement llrst nppcaninco of Mr Hi miuulex foster In MilsOrenllJriiiimcnlltlcU TACK ItAltlvAYVAY AlLOAT AND AHUOlli Our new Hpcilnlty r Corps llnrrynmlllunie Minnie lnrrell Molllo Jlnrry Iila OporKPlInrry Mullen Mlnnlo Clinpln llonnrilniidSntuininl Ac Jnke llmlil nntl Julin llnblnsoiiln tlio Comic Hkctcli Tin OYSjrrlt JiAIiit lrlilay night July I benefit or Iter niinilcr lostir Ira A1 BHERS SUMMER OARDCN AN ATTHACTIVi8UMMiit HIiOIlT ovux ron Tin siuhox A Superior Orchestra mppllcs exquisite music i nml the lliiest refreshments nro served In Ilist cluss t style W12 CATER TO Tlti ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 1 July 1881

u ll m THE EVENING OltlTIC Published Dully Sunday Kxcoptoil II V TIIK EvonlnsCrltloPubllshlnrr Company nil NINTH HTUKKT NOltTHWEST Wasiiikotov I C TERMS BINOM OPY U CENTS J1V OAItHIEIt per Month M CENTS 11Y MAI U lostngo PaM Ono Ycnr lno II V MA I Ii Postage Puld Nix Months 431 Mali Subscription Invariably In Advance ADmiK EVOKING CltlTIO FUlllISltINO COMPANY WasIUXiitox DC Entered at tho Post OMco In Washington ns sec ond class mutter FRIDAY JULY i 1881 TiincoRRiaiOKnrNTfl of sovurnl West ern licwsriniicrs Iinvo jinbllslictl BliiteiuciitH to tlio effect tlmt tlio Secretary of Htnto lms been endeavoring to Induce tlio lrcitilciit to request tlio resignation of tlio Attornoy Oetieral Wo feel authorized to nay that tho Secretary of State ha done nothing of tlio kind Neither lint tiny other member of tho Cabinet given the President any hiicIi advice Wlillo It is undoubtedly true that many of tho performances of tho Attomoy General ltavo not been of n character to elicit tho ardent admi...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 1 July 1881

s s THE EVENING OltlTIO ESTARLISHED AUUUST 1808 Excursion r the Nntloiml IUIIon Tlio gallant Nntlonnl Itillcj with a lnrgo nnmbcr of Indy nml gentlemen f riomls gnvo miothcr of their very charming excursions down tho Potomac Inst night The party visited Marshall Hall wlicro dancing anil other pleasures were enjoyed until a lato hour Somo of tho gticsti woio Second As sistant 1ostmnstor Uciiernl Klmer Major nml Mrs A J Dallas Colonel and Mrs 1 0 P IJurnsIde Harry Lyons Will S Heft Miss Annlo Story Miss Helen Kimball Misses Caritu and Hvlo Lamer Mist Harkncss Miss Joslo Whiting Mr and Mrs J 1 Cook Mr and Mrs L J Uabcock Mr John P nn Wormcr chlof clerk of tho Post olllco Department Miss Qcrtlo Wilson Miss ForsytbMiss Allco Purnslilo Mrs Gray tho Misses Koni Miss Nettle Itcove Mr and Mrs W II llarrlsou tho Misses Cluss Fred Harrow Miss Alia Johnstone Miss Delllo Thonini Miss Stoddard Miss Fiiiuilo Johnstone Mrs Will Donnlson Mr J H Patrick Miss Faiinlo Harkncss Mr nnd Mrs W J Armstrong ...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 1 July 1881

JL THE EVENING C1UT10 IMTAHWIiUn vuuusr 1808 MVutlior Iiullcniloit Tor New KnRlaml mid tlio Mlilillo At lantic StatMsllirlitlyctolcriiortlierljvIiili lair weather mm Higher Diiromcicr On Trlnl rr ltni0 It In tlio Crltntnil Court to ilay John T Mitchell colored win iilnccrt on trial miller mi inillctnicnt cliarslnj htm i Ith rnpo on Ellen 11 Mitchell hi daughter on tlio 2d of XuvimiiImt lint In lili homo on Eleventh liotwpon I nml K utrccU north wet V V Williamson It 1 Murray nml Smith for defence nml Dhtrlct AMurnoy CorkhlU unit Assistant Dhtrlct Attnrnoy Perry for tlio prosecution Perry lirlclly opened tho cue stating thnt tliu ncowd luul for n lonjt tlmo nrior tn his nrieit held incest iioih Inter course with his ilimghtcr umlcr ttlireals of vinlcncoirsho betrayed IilmJHftfiS x o rllcn K MIlclicU win pliic iUnpon tlio witness Rtimd ami iniiilo u stiitoinent but tho oviitcncc U unfit for iiubtic itftm In fact all tlio evidence was unfit for pub lication and after It elo sed tlio Un...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 2 July 1881

i IV i Uh A i 1 - 11 1 i ft i ti i IS Thirtooath Year No 3956 D 3T AMUSEMENTS niVBRS SUMMER OAIIDBN CONCERTS 133V mil nil reimn Avenue ATT11ACTIONH THIS WIGKI MIB8 HKLKNA TAYIOU Contralto tju iiAiriMoiti tjUAiiTirrri Mlt WJt JAIXJint Comet Soloist and the greatest llimJoM living No clinrgo Tor nilmlttmicc s OURTII OF JULY 1llUL iilVX JI1UJWIN UMMER THEATRE COM1QUE AT Je30 Monday Juno 27 Nightly nml Tuesrtny nnd Friday Miiflnecs Another llrllltniit rngngemciit llrat niinenrniieo nf Mr Iternnnile Toiter In hi Iront bmmn entitled JAC1C HAUKAWAY AlLOAT AND AHIIOHU Our new Specially Corps Harry nml llnmc Minnie Iurrell Motile llnrry Ida loome llnrry Mullen Minnie Clinpln HounrilnntlSamlforil rte Jake llmlil and John ItotiliiMou lit the Cumin Skotcli TIUJ UYHTIJIl IlliVIKIt Friday nlht July 1 benellt or Her- tinnder losler Ie27 A BNEBS SUMMER OARDEN AN ATTItACTIVHSUMMUIl HlSOKT oiKJf roii Tim hiiasox A Superior Orchestra supplies exquisite mulc and thu Duett reueshmeniH uro nerved In llrs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 2 July 1881

Published Hnltv Sundays Excepted J1Y TUB lEvonlnBCrltloPubllshlnfirCompany nil NINTH STREET NORTHWliST WasMNiitos I C TERMS RtNOTK COPY - RV CARRIER per Month JIV MAIL lnitairi lnldHJno Year OJY MAIL VosluKornld Hit Months Entered nttho Iost Olllcu In Washington as sec ond class matter SATURDAY JULY 2 1881 nature is CENTS tin cents sino SUU3 Mall Subscription Invnrlnbly in Advance CVENINO C1UTIC 1UHLISHINO COMPANY Waiiiixotov D C Tin startling Imscily of this morning n incurs to liuvo been tliu work of 11 limnlnc What limy lmvo been U10 particular cnuw or iuttlity of tho lunula Is not of so much interest just ns nro the probable or possible conseiiuences of tlio act to the public Twice now within sixteen years has tho career of nn American Chlcf Muslstmto been termi nated by violence Twice has tho nation been plunged without 11 moments warn ing into a complete revolution In nnd thcrowlthjof tlio policy and tono of its Kovcrnmont not by net of tho people but by that mysterious Agency...

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. — 2 July 1881

l nr K5i SSiSEKssswafe jgj r P s J It - r k Vy I k iTmiittwiiOi THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1S0S CloNnnf tlio Nchiivfzcu lVsl Tho Sclmoton lnt closed last nluht Thcro wiw a lnrtsoiitlcmlaiieo Tho festival was u financial success Tho announce ments of prize won In howling shooting c wcro as follows t lrko howling First prize H lluschcr sccoml T Horner third II Aufontlilo fouitli M Hcydorn AMi 11 Itch sixth O Scuffcrlo Bcrunth W Miiuhlciscu prlzo for most ten strlkcs II Aufonthlc Tho Bcorcs for Hllootlng for tho week nro s follows Shooting with u rest William Have Newark N J 0 13 Ilusclimnu moie JId 10 A V Oihson tlo 30 Chailoa Smith do 25 j Otto Fischer 20 j Charles Hagen do 18 Theodora Lager do 10 Ocorgu Lcit do 11 William Fcudncr District of ColiiinMn 11 F Urandan llaltinmro 13 JiIieyer District of Columhia 12 Dr F Schwar Haiti more 11 Cleorgo Soulforle District of uoiiinium siu F Kmmor llaHIiuorv 1 F Llnpold District of Columhia C Schrcfnerllaltlinoro8 II Voudcrhorst0 Il...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 2 July 1881

TIIE EVENING CUrilO iwrAiiMnium Auciusr imn nUiii 1 from 1st 1iiKe nroslmrpmid piercing mid iiru surmounted liy heavy eyebrows As our reporter Rpoko to Win liii moutli twitched w Ith cxtrcmo weakness and ncr Yottsxcltcniont mill tlio Wiiolo body trein Weil showing prostration and nervousness The assassin Is plainly lint well enough Orcssed mul of n rather n Miliar general camncc His ago is sapposed to bo nNout TllKIMSTKICTATTOfXKY AND DIITKCTlVnH A long consultation was hold till morn ing between Colehcl Corkhlll nml others lint tlio cniifcrerios was private nnl those lire sent wcro reticent Aiikium lrcw pre sented were niiiio letters whlrcsctd to the White Uunc1 General Sherman to Vice President Arthur mid to Mr Tlynin An drews of tho Chicago Inltr Oenm The conference was attended liy Major llrock Colniel Coikhlll Detectives MeEl frotli Vow MeDovltt and Clonics Commis sioner Pent Colonel CorkhSUs assistant Mr Perrytvul Judges Hngnev Wylio and other who ttnycl for n short time only ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 July 1881

H - - Thirteontli Yoar No 3057 EXTRA XOSO A 3VT 01 PfflDEIT The Case Critical but Jfot Hopeless WHAT THE DOCTOESSAY The Vice Presiflent at the White House His Interview with Irs This iraiis Bnlletins Scenes and Incidents at the White House Anxiety nt the Whlto House Attho Wlilto Houso from 0 oclock last night until 835 oclock this morning the greatest anxiety prevailed among the watch ers within tho Mansion and the crowds out side of tho grounds It was n Slid Ill 111 Till Scene Evcryono hoped for tho best but not with out somo forcbodcings and each hit of news from tho sick room was eagerly sought for It was noticed that thcro was considera bly more hurrying in and about tho Man sion and u more serious look appeared on tho faces of tho inmates About 0 oclock District Attorney Corkhill drove up and went up stairs and was met by tho noy Goncral Ho was quickly followed by Col Win A Cook and A Si Gibson Tlioy - consulted about half an hour and the last named two descended and going out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 July 1881

CHE EVENING CRITIC Published Dully Sunday Excoptcd iiv tiii EvonlngCrltlo Publishing Company nil NINTH STREET NORTHWEST WAMIIKnTnX D C TERMS sinole copy a cents JIY CARRIER lcr Monti 33 CENTS II Y MAI ijtPostuffoDalill Ono Ycnr 130 11Y MAIIiilostngolaldi Six Months 1123 Mull Subscription Inrnrlnbly In Advance Animrss -EVENING CIIITIO lUDLISHINa COM PAN Y WASittxoTo f 1 O Entered nt the Post Ofllce In Washington ns see ond class mutter MONDAY JULY 4 1881 I ho Jiasl lcrll or All Under any othcrclrcumstanccs wo should defer tho remarks wo uro nbout to limko tin til a period or calmer jiuMlu Judgment mid more dcllbcnito pulillo reflection Wo iro as mindful ns miy can bo of tho decencies and tho decorum that should mark Journal istic expression In thUcrlttcil hour fraught not only with tho excitements naturally Incident to such 11 tragedy as Is being enacted but also with tho gravest possibili ties and tho most tremendous contingencies touching tho Government itself Tho situation is ono ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 July 1881

toE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1808 i r lrncdcnl Mnsonry In my luimliilstrntlon It lull been nlmort to bring your attention to practical Masonry ovcry ilay ncttiiil Miionry tlint which la feasible nitlicr tlinn to lilcnso your nouses in lccltlng tho beauties anil Ernnileitr of tlicoretlcal Masonry for ex licrlcnco lias determined that there is a great interval between written theory and real practice and that much of tho liosslblo lu theory Jsftiiposslhlo In practice Jet mo risk this question Of what use li Masonry unless It no limdo practical Why expend time labor and monoy in pcrpetuatlnj tho impracticable Practicable Masonry Is tho application of its knowlcdgo to tho ex periences of life to our surroundings to our social business and clvlu relations term llrothcrhood is ineaningless unlcM associated with charity and charity is but half developed when restricted to tho humnno duty of nlmsglving S Masonic charity in Its broad unselfish sense Is to do unto others as wo would ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 4 July 1881

t I Fourth Edition Continued from lIrst lngc THE PRESIDENTS MOTHER Tlic Sinn of tho Trnircily Ilrolton Her Mr J S Drown say tlmt tlio President mother who Is lit Solon O will not ho sent fur unless absolutely necessary Tlio younger children Irvln mid Akiani nro with hor nnd will not como unless she doc A dispatch from Clovelanil mitt that tho news wits yesterday broken to Mrs Gar field by her daughter Mm Iirrabo3 Mother said alio wo hear that Tames Is hurt How Hy tho early wnttho Immcdlato question No Ho has been shot hy an assassin but wo hope not fn tally Mis Clarlleld hurled hor faco in her hands then looking up Mild slowly Tho 13rd help mo Then a moment later I thliilc tho Lord will tarry him through Mrs larlleld is very calm and bears tho blow much better than uxpectcd TIio followlug dispatch had previously boon received but was withhold from Mrs Jarneld ilJYs yltea Garfitldt Dont bo alarmed by sensational rumors Tho doctors think tho wound is not fatal Dont think of coming unt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 5 July 1881

w car g IR 4 A if A iv ii Thirteenth Year--No 3958 J AMUSEMENTS rivers hummer oardbn ooNOEnTS 1JW lull ln Icniin i fiuiu atthactions this wnrict MIS llKLHXA TAYI0It Contralto Tin iiaitimoiu juaktitttk Mil WM JAIXIKH Cornet Kololst anl the greatest nniOolJWn No clinrRC for admittance JeTO s UMMER THEATRE COMIQUE Mondny Juno 27 NlRlilly niul Tuesday ami Friday Matinee Another llrllllnnt KngnKOment first npnonrnnco ol Mr iri riinnilpx Foster In lilsdreiit brnmnentltlcil JACIIC HAItKAWAY AFLOAT AND AHIIOHIi Our now Hpcclnltv Dorps Ilnrry nmllluine MlniJo Vnrrell Molllo Jlnrry Ida OeorKP Htirry Mullen Mlnulo Clinpln lIounrilniulHnndforu Ac Jnko lliiildiinilliilni ItoMnsoiiln tho Comic Sketch Till OYHTIJIt 1IAIIU Friday night July I hcnellt uf Her nnnder Foster le27 A DNERS SUMMER OARDEN AN ATTIlACTIVfiSUMMFK ltlMOHT oiix 1011 Tin hhahox A Superior Orchestra supplies cxnulslto music ami tlio llnestrcrrcslunentsiiro served In first class style WIS CATFll TO THE MILLION EXCURSIONS FA IJS AN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 5 July 1881

I- if lit THE EVENING GltlTIC VnulMiod Dully Sundays Excepted 11V TICK EvonlnsCrltlo PubllahlnsCompnny 511 NINTH BTltKET NORTHWIST WANIIlMIITOy D C TERMS RiNnTR copy a cents J1V CARRIER per Month 33 CENTS JIV MAIL f Postngo PnldMlno Ycnr IBO BY MAIIfPnstngn Paid Six Months gaIS 31 nil Subscription Invnrhibly In Advance AMMllVW EVENING CRITIC PUBLISHING COMPANY WAHIIIMIITOV I C Entered nt tho Post Ofllco In Washington ns sec ond class matter TUESDAY JULY 5 1881 Tun SixWtaiiy or Tin Navy 1ms lately unpointed n Hoard of Survey consist ing of fifteen olllccrs to examine and report upon tho present condition and future- needs of our national innrltlino fuicc This boird consists of nine llnu olllccrs tlnco staff of ficers and tlireo naval constructors Slrnngo to say Instead of making Ills selections from tlio ictircd list of rear admirals In or der to avail tho country of tho llpo experience of men educated in tho school of salllngshlps ami thirty two pounder cannon ades as has been tho r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 5 July 1881

I I 1 tl u Ti it THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST 18CS r Hr IlcovcrliiK n Tenor A familiar enough cry nt tills present tlmo In VarU Is tlint of tho pctlillciis of ns parngm who go howling nlong tho streets Ma hotto rtnspcrgcs Mil liotto dns pcrecsl Asparagus Is giently liked by lnrislaus Ono liionilng In 17G8 llcrton tho then director of tho National Academy of Music ut Paris was startled nt hearing beneath his window tho traditional lotto dnspcrgea ming not In tho oidlnary re hut Huverul notes higher Ittinulng to tho open window ho looked out and saw down below him a tall well built young country man shouting tho familiar cry us ho ped dled his aspaiagus Ucrton called to him Do you know my boy that you linvo n lcinarkablo lino voIcoV Aio you never tired Tired 1 exclaimed tho asparagus ven der No indeed 1 Why It is to unbend n bit that I slug out w loud I Do you wish to bo engaged at tho opera no objections Tliento monowyou slum luivo mas ters Ho entered at tho opera and this h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 5 July 1881

THE EVENLNG CltlTIO ESrAHIlSIlFD AUGUST INOJS lVcntlicr lltillctln r II MM1t JUtntitl Klutiw fill- weather except local rains near tho conit westerly winds higher toni pc m turu Htut Ion nry or lower liaroinct r A Froth Dctoclltc A new ilctcttlvu tiirncil up nl Pollco Henihiimrtcm tliUnfternoon not just fresh enough button fioth Ho was iittircil in tho eay Karh of a tramp mul Mated that ho wished to pco tho Chief of lollco to ttlvu him his views on tho subject of Oultcnu nccompllccs HoMild he had conio all tbo way from Vhlltilcljmla to ferret out tho casu and dive down into its tiucst Inward ness Ho was In such a hurry to get hero that ho had walked tho entire way and thrown ollhls collar to save tho weight of extra baggage Ho wore n flue Irish brogiioand was mil potent of hli capacity to pump tho nssnssln ns to his accomplices Mo naino Is Dan MncXnnum bo ex plained to IJcnt lckloll and Im a gin tlcmau of csrcssfvo experience with u truly folno war rccoiil 1 have studied this mat te...

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