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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 4 June 1888

3STEWS SOCIETY. VOL. 1..NQ.36. STATIONERY AT COST Intending to have my store remodeled on the Ist of July I shall from now until that time offer my ENTIRE STOCK OF STATIONERY OF EVEKY DESCRIPTION. ; AT COST. r ' - * Now is your time to buy Blank Books, MEMORANDUM I POCKET BOOKS. MUSIC CASES, CARD CASES. ENVELOPE CASES, GOLD PENS, PENCILS. LEAD PENCILS, PENS, INKS, MUCILAGE, LETTER FILES, ENVELOPES WRITING PAPER. ETC, ETC, ETC, —AT— Factory k' ' : ve no piabe ' > :• • ove this | |t of .v. 1i; l l.;t th store is to imMailieiii they THE CRITIC. | GRAND FORCED SALE -OFBoots, Shoos, Trunks, Satchels, Etc., Etc., Etc. " " » "T« t 11 A - I .-v f, n ' U. OUMjUSaiI) j IP"CL"t>l±sltLed- E-very IMlox'm.inzLg. RICHMOND, VA„ MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1888. REMOVAL! | ■ -j& I have removed my office from 904 East Broad street, to I ' ,)' ,: ;l I • ; ; r *v- "* No. II Noitll llth St. | where I will be pleased to see my ! friends and patrons, and all who have 7- : #s£J houses...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 4 June 1888

THE CRITIC. OFFICE: ROOM 13 GODDIN HALL, CORNER 11th AND BANK. H W LYON, Business Manager. [Entered at the Post-office at Richmond Va. as second-class matter.! SUBSCRIPTION. Terms : By mail one year, one dollar in advance Remittance may be made at our rislf either by draft, express, P. O. order or registered letters. 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 kind solicited. Miscellaneous matter, other than important news, must be presented by Saturday morning to insure attention. Advertisements received until Saturday noon. Address THE CRITIC PUBLISHING COMPANY, P. O. Box. 269. Richmond, Va THE CRITIC IS FOR SALE AT THE FOLLOW * ING BRANCH OFFICES. Nicholas Leonard, 908 E. Main St. R. T. Hill & Co. 222 E. Broad St. W. D. Selden 216 N. 9th. St. Messrs. French & Crane 1509 E. Main St. McCann's News Stand, 703 west Broad St. Hudson & Co., 14tl?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 4 June 1888

j BUCKING OF THE BRONCO. the Kdenationa of the Cowboy. Taming a Vicious Brute. \ While the head men are gathered in a ■P little knot, planning out the work, the others are dispersed over the plain in every direction, racing, breaking rough horses, or simply larking with one another. If a man has an especially bad horse, he usually takes such an opportunity, when he has plenty of time, to ride him; and while saddling he is surrounded by a crowd of most unsympathetic associates, who greet with uproarious mirth any misadventure. A man on a bucking horse is always considered fair game, every squeal and jump of the bronco f being hailed with cheers of delighted irony for the rider and shouts to "stay with him." The antics of a vicious bronco show infinite variety of detail, but all are modeled on one general plan. When the rope settles round his neck the fight begins, and it is only after much plunging and snorting that a twist is taken over his nose, or else a hackamore—a species of sev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 4 June 1888

D* I Lot* Her ? The following lines appeared many years agot"" Theyare from the pen of a weil known journalist in this city and are so pretty that we reproduce them: Ask the flowers of varied hue As they are kissed with sparkling dew, If they love its tender touch; 'Tis but a semblance of how much. Ask the stars that peep at night, • Bathing the world in silvery light, If thev love to twinkle so; 'Tis but a gleam of that I know. Ask the sun of powerful ray, As he comes forth every day, If he loves to warm the earth ; 'Tis but a shadow of its worth. Ask all nature, portrayed in love By that Master Hand above. If 'tis pleasing in his sight, And you have my love aright. The Wind's Secret. (Written for the Cbitic.) You are smiling and happy to-day, love, As a rose that escapes from the night, And revels in morning's first ray, love, And bathes in the sun-risen light. The wind is so merry and wild, love, O'er the tidings it cannot contain, It tells to the clouds you have smiled, love, To...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 11 June 1888

USTETW^S SOCIETY. * — VOL. i., NO. 39. The First of the Season CARD. —Owing to the extreme backward season, we have determined to close out without reserve the following complete lines of t vine Tailor-Made Suits. Fresh and new. and not over forty-five days from the hands of our own cutters, at the uniform price of ► $12.50. This gigantic sale consists of over 500 matched suits, made up in the height of the present style, and fully equal in cut, trimming and finish to the best productions of the finest merchant tailors, and are made up entirely of the best and most attractive imported woolens in the market, including the latest patterns in Cassimeres, Worsteds, Whipcords, Wales and Serges. This superb assortment of suits, fresh from our own factories, were marked to sell at regular prices, viz.: $15, $20 & $23|-. We now propose to give you a choice of any suit in this lot, without reserve,for $12.50. "ST This,is an op-v«^^riuni±-y-ss!dei»t ; in fact, w^c-a*»<^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 11 June 1888

TUp" PRITIP on l^em from behind a mass of flowers, with the sweet-faced iunocent little girl be- ~ ~~~ M side her. As the tender words of the "old, W.CABELL TRUEMAN o j,j s tory"fell soothingly from her lips, SOLON B WOODFIN aces softened a little and quiver- " ' ed, while some bowed their heads. When Owners and pblishbks. they filed back to their cells again tears fell OFFICE: ROOM 13 GODDIN hall, coknek fast as the cirl gave to each a cluster of 11th AND BANK. blossoms and a smile like sunshine "In His Name." H W LYON, Business Manager. [Entered at Post-office at Richmond, Virginia, as second-class matter.l SUBSCRIPTION. Terms ; By mail one year, one dollar in advance Correspondence, society items, descriptions of social events and interesting news of all kind solicited. Miscellaneous matter, other than important news, must be presented by Saturday morning to insure attention. Advertisements received until Saturday noon. Address THE CRITIC PUBLISHING COMPANY, P. O. Box. 269. Richm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 11 June 1888

m rate miss m rives WHAT THE PAPERS SAY OF HER ENGAGEMENT. The society correspondent of tho State quotes the following letter, received from a friend iu reference to the approaching marriage of Miss Amelie Rives to Mr. Chanler. " I had known of the engagement for several days, and what I send you will certainly be read with interest by the host of admirers of the bride-elect. Mr. Chanler is a descendant of John Jacob Astor. He first met Miss Itlves at a dinner given by Mrs. King at Newport last summer. Though he owns the ancestral home on the Hudson, he lives in Paris. He prolonged his visit to America, as he said, to visit Virginia and learn something of the Virginia people. In September he visited Albemarle county, aud was a guest at Castle Kill, the Rives home. He came back to Castle Hill at Christmas, and his next visit was in the merry month of May. He is still there. Mr. Chanler is about twenty-eight years of age, and may be said to be a literary man. He has not yet published ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 11 June 1888

IB "111 TOPIGS Till. BRIGHT AND BREEZY FLASHES OF GOSSIPY NEWS. [Extracts from the Saunterer la>t week.] He—lsn't Mrs. Maydupp's black hair pretty. She—l don't think it half as becoming as her light brown. Bar Harbor has not put any special programme forward yet. It has, however, succeeded in having itself made a United States signal station, which is certainly something out of the common. But Bar Harbor, being newer than either Saratoga or Newport, has not yet arrived at the condition of requiring an artificial enhancement of its attractions. The list of nice people who are to be at Bar Harbor this summer is, by the way, an extraordinarily long one, and there will be more life and a greater variety to life at that delightful resort than ever before. At Narragansett Pier society will flirt, and the regulation performance of "Forbidden Fruit" by aristoractic amateurs will be given daily, as heretofore. A new and especially invigorating brew of milk punch has, it is asserte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 18 June 1888

N"E"WS- V VID SOCIETY. VOL. 1„ NO. 44. Wliile searching through the northern market for bargains and novelties in Millinery, our buyer selected sixty cases of Straw Hats and Bonnets - From the Manufacturers, who, having become badly demoralized by the continued dull trade, resulting from the very unseasonable weather, were willing to accept any price offered, and this accounts for the GIGANTIC SALE OF STB&W 60008. o be inaugurated on Monday, -June 18th at KAUFMAN & COS Every hat and bonnet shown by us this week will be found to be » derful and unapproachable bargain and ~ s iea<^ n^ m bla<>k, white arid colorb. -f&giv, ttm.ht . < ( 3 ' j G*a> <<' -■ -i •-». am- *»- .. ; "r FLOWERS! RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 18F-8. jPuL"t>l±slxed- IMlox , n=L±3ZLg DIPFEBE.Vr lIAf I'EKS OF IMF.IUST j TO THE PEOPtE. Mrs. S. S. Cadot is at Newport News. *** Miss Gertrude...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 18 June 1888

THE CRITIC. W.CABELL TRUEMAN, Editob and Manager. SOLON B. WOODFIN, Secretary and Tteasurer. OFFICE: ROOM 13 GODDIN HALL. CORNER 11th AND BANK. [Entered at Post-office at Richmond, Virginia, as second-class matter.! SUBSCRIPTION. Terms : By mail one year, one dollar in advance Correspondence, society items, desc"lptions of social events and interesting news of all kind solicited. Miscellaneous matter, other than important news, must be presented by Saturday morning to insure attention. Advertisements received until Saturday noon. Address THE CRITIC PUBLISHING COMPANY, P. O. Box. 269. Richmond, Va • THE CRITIC IS FOR SALE AT THE FOLLOW ING BRANCH OFFICES. Nicholas Leonard, 90S E. Main St. R. T. Hill & Co. 222 E. Broad St. W. D. Selden 210 N. 9th. St. Messrs. French & Crane 1509 E. Main St. .McCann's News Stand, 70?» west Broad St. Hudson & Co., 14thand Main. WHY THE MARRIAGE IF.IS HASTENED. Since The Critic's last issue the great and overshadowing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 18 June 1888

!pmynT®i mm. Jlfews GATHERED THE STATE f • AT I AltfiE. " r. iftl. Dickinson has severed his jectitm with the Fredericksburg Free v anft is now or. *he Star of that place. -dir. JoKn 8. says his corn near ggfflyiitli's Mill is urftdy about knee high veil. J.; J. Su , . from near BrockSjjotsylvan'i, c untv, has a Hong m~ng fftoße thnt v.om'tierced laying eggs <3JLihe-%Bt day of February and has laid anTsgg eveTy other Ja r from that date to * the WtSent time This is a remarkable yfcptw, never bef'»v, so far as we know, " eCmafed or approximated to by r r.y of the fkmily. Mrs. Captain Ro!<rt Alexander, of x Fredfericksburg, li t. lr> her possession the v coat worn by General Stonewall Jackson when he was w y >uled. Mrs. Aexar.der was retVigeeing St the house of Thomas Chandler, Sr., at Guinea, on the Richmond Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad, to which General Jacks' n was c iriied after beiog woundfd and v. here he oied. It was there that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 18 June 1888

Emm motif vim. JXTENDED CESE«LO(iY OF ITS REPKESESTATIVKS. [Written for The Ckitic—Letter L] Among the most distinguished and widely known of the old Virginia families is tiiat j of Carter, which now has representative? , in almost every state in the Union, Frou. identity of arms [three caiV wheels vert _ crest ancl motto, and other ciWnnstohs'HV it is believed tha* liv ' 1 -m. m:.i ily in Virgin' el JrUa CaHcr, -*ri the sow, - - WUitsi.o Uiii'.er} of Hertford* U • .ad of the Eng}au»i x* Colonel C u icr cam>* lll ' s country it an early dale a J-' a men)'. jl the House of £/' -fH from 1 r No ' f ' :: oounnv' 1648 s\couid - . vue Ivciat- settled at "Corotoman,"' .■ re ••'.•••: aie in Lancastet county, hurts'- f ■:■■■: iiat county, 1658; he pave :Je church, which was rebuilt as it s,iiad3 by his son Robert; died June 1069, aad was buried in Christ Church where his tomb remains. He married CI) Anne Giynn'i aud had issue George and Eleanor; married (2d) Anne, daughter of Clev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 25 June 1888

_A_nsrij SOCIETT- " VOL. 1. NO. 42. IM if] FIHUL PABAGBAPSS. WHERE THE RICHPEOPLE ARE—WEDI)n«N. PlCffilCS EXCI RSIOSS, At . Miss Handy will go to the Warm Springs as soon as her mother gets well. *** Miss Mary Thaw will give a private german at Warwick Park Thursday evening. *♦# Miss Katie Black has gone to Maryland for the summer. Miss Black is considered very pretty. Miss Sue Neale and Mrs. H. M. Jackson are at Mr. J. B. Pace's country seat In Albemarle. Miss Carrie Shipley, of Baltimore, is the guest of Miss Lizzie Tenant, on west Gracc street. / *** Statistics show that Richmond is on e of the most orderiy and peaceful cities ini the United States. *** Miss Mary Dickinson, of HampdeuSydney, is the guest of Miss Belle Jacob, west Main street. *** Monumental church Sunday school will have a pic nic at Providence Forge on Saturday, June 30tli. *## Miss Grace Baker, of 2806 east Franklin street, has returned from the Wesley an Female College in North Carolina. ♦** Miss Kate Logan wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 25 June 1888

THE CRITIC. W. CABELL TRUEMAN, EDITOR AND OWNER OFFICE : NO. 1217 EAST MAIN STREET. Entered at the Post-office at Richmond, Virginia, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION. Terms : By mail, one dollar a year, in advance : single copies by mail, three cents each. Correspondence, society items, descriptions of social events and interesting news of all kind solicited. THE CRITIC, P. O. Box. 269. Richmond, Virginia. THE CRITIC IS FOR SALE AT THE FOLLOW ING NYWS STORES : R. T. Dupree, 18 Ninth street. R. T. Hill & Co. 222 east Broad street. W. D. Selden, 216 north Ninth stroet. William Walker, 903 west Main street. Nicholas Leonard, 908 east Main street. Hudson & Co., Fourteenth and Main streetsMeCann's News Stand, 703 west Broad street. NEW BOOKS RECEIVED. From Thomas J. Starke and Sons: Bible Doctrine of Inspiration. By Manly, Professor in the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. A. C. Armstrong & Son. New York. In one of her letters, George Eliot t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 25 June 1888

mm wi km ii. STOTES gathered fkom THE STATE AT I.ABCE-MAR--IKIAGEK, DEATHS, AC. NORFOLK. MHs Ltllie L. Newton has returned from Washington. Mr. Patrick Henry Manning died a few days ago at bis father's residence. Tbe Misses Zollinger, of Baltimore, are visiting Mr. T. F. Rogers, Bute 3treet. Miss Humbert, of Roanoke, is visiting Miss Carrie Belle Dey, Freemason street. Miss Annie L Guthbert, of Petersburg, ig visiting Mrs. H. B. Harrison, Boush street. Miss Hal)ie Frye, of Roanoke, who has been visiting her uncle, Mr. Benjamin R. Brown, has returned home. The young daughter of Superintendent Bonneil, of the City Railway Company, handles the ribbons of her father's eight horse team with as much dexterity as the Superintend Miss Ella Cranberry, daughter of the Methodist bishop, was in the city Saturday, and in the afternoon left for Newport News, where she sailed for Brazil, whither she goes as a missionary. Miss Lottie Lee Gunn, a pretty daughter of the general delivery clerk in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 25 June 1888

TIE Ml FAMHY. Of KIM. AN EXTENDED GENEALOGY OF ITS < Sl MEKOISi CONNECTIONS—COMIXIDI). Written for The Critic—Letter If. Issue of Bernard Moore and Lucy (Lee) Carter: 1, Charles Henry, of Maryland, married Eugenia Calvert and had issue ; Eugenia married Frank Hall; Alice married Governor Oden Bowie; Bernard, a distinguished lawyer of Baltimore, married Mary Ridgeley; Ella married Samuel George ; Mildred ; Annette and Mary R. married George H. Bier; 2, Josephine married Count Eugene Franssen ; 3, Matilda married Thomas Willing, of Philadelphia ; 4, Charlotte married G. W. Fetherstonhaugh, of England; 5, Bernard M., died unmarried. Issue of Williams and Charlotte (Foushee) Carter, of Hanover: 1, Doctor William married Sarah White and died without issue ; 2, Doctor Charles, of Philadelphia; married, first, Emily Blight (and had Maria, married Robert Renshaw); married second, Ellen Newman, and had Williams, Eugenia, Charlotte, Mildred, James, Ellen and Isabella; 3, Bella, die...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 2 July 1888

r3±rw"S< ; .A-Hsri j SOCIETY. VOL.I. NO. 43. Mr. W. Fred Pleasants is at Old Point. Mr. Edward Hauewinckel left yesterday for Europe. Mrs. M. Figg and children have gone to Portsmouth. Mr. C. V. Meredith's family are at Cobb's Island. Miss Louise Meade has left for Charleston, West Virginia. Miss Cornelia Meade has left for Birmingham, Alabama. Mrs. John Hancock has left for the Alleghany Springs. Miss Gambei, ot Iloliiiis f; ititute, is at the Exchange Hotel. Mr. J. B. Pace, Jr. and ai-.ss Pace are at Old Poiit. Mr 3. JohnC. Shafer and daughter, Mies Janie, are at Old Point. Miss Estelle Mountcastle has gcr"> to New York for the summer. Mrs. John Armstrong Chanler signs herself Amelie Rives Chanler. Miss Bessie Martin, of east Franklin street, is at Natural Bridge;. Miss Sue H. Rodman, of Frankfort, Kentucky, has left for home. Miss Kate Wallace, of east Grace street, is on a visit to Nojfolk. Misses Annie and Gertie Camm, of east street, are in Norfolk. Mr. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 2 July 1888

THE CRITIC. W. CABELL TRUEMAN, EDITOR AND OWNER OFFICE ; NO. 1217 EAST MAIN STREET. Entered at the Post-office at Richmond, Virginia, as second-elass matter. SUBSCRIPTION. Terms : By mail, one dollar a year, in advance ; single copies by.mail, three cents each. Correspondence, society items, descriptions of social events and interesting news of all kind so- ' licited. THE CRITIC, P. O. Box. 269. Richmond, Virginia. THE CRITIC IS FOR SALE AT THE FOLLOWING NEWS STORES : R. T. Dupree, 18 Ninth street. R. T. Hill & Co. 222 east Broad street. W. D. Selden, 216 north Ninth stroet. Walker, 903 west Main street. Nicholas Leonard, 908 east Main street. Hudson & Co., Fourteenth and Main streetsMcCann's News Stand, 703 west Broad street. SOME RECENT NO VEL3. — From West, Johnston & Company: A Hard-Won Victory. By Grace Denio Litchfield. G. P. Putnam's Sons. The Knickerbocker Press. Miss Jean Ormsby is a young lady with a mission. That, mission is to set the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 2 July 1888

nn family if mum. AM EXTENDED GEJfKVIOGY OF ITS M MEROCS COSVErriOSSCONTINCED. Written f The Cri ic—Letter 111 Issue of Walker R. and Sally Carter: 1, Viomnet died unmarried ; 2, Charles W. died unmarried ; 3, William Hill died unmarried; 4, Mary Walker died young; 5, John Champe, commodore United States Navy; married Elizabeth Phelps, and had Edward and Rebecca married Colonel Crawford, United States Army; (J, Walker Ran. dolph married Rebecca Ann Shreeve 7, Virginia Ann married D. S. Benedict of Saint Louis, Missouri; 8, Mary Walker died uomarried ; 9, Francis married first Emma Denny (.and had Rebecca married A. C. Rowson, and Nannie R married S. S. Nicholas); married second, ——■ Meriwether and had no issue; 10, Edward; 11, Henry. Issue of W a liver R. and Rebecca (Shraeve) Carter: 1, Henry S. married 3 first, Maiy Palmer (and had James Constantine, Emma IN", acd Henry S.); married second, Emma Douglas, and had Lurline, Mary, Callie P. and Douglas R.; 2, Sally Champe married Benf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 2 July 1888

THE AMERICAN CLOTHING COMPANY Will Sell THIS WEEK ONLY Every Suit in the House Worth $ii, SIS, $18, end $20 for \ j TEN DOLLARS. ? - • I j • ) Your choice of over 500 Styles to pick from. AMEBIC AN CLOTHING- COMPANY, 916 east Main street, Between Ninth and Tenth Streets. THE LEADERS OF LOW PRICES. VEIL BEIT F&OH TOP TO BOTTOM. BY THE AUTHOR OF "SOLDIER LIFE IX THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA." fWritteil for The Critic by Carlton McCarthy.] Nearly a quarter of a century has elapsed since the South laid down its arms. Daring this whole period the South has worn a veil of dissimulation disgraceful to the wearer and a constant witness of the infamy of the power which made it a condition of life. It is within the power of the people to throw aside the veil and give utterance once more to truth. The only possible objection to this course comes from the supposed necessity for a line of policy which, it is said, advances our political prospects but which certainly : trains our chi...

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