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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 6 July 1881

n I r -- Thirteenth Year No 3959 1 A AMUSEMENTS iitVKiiM bumjieu oahden conceuth ATTItACTIONrt TOItroUIlTIt 01 JUIA MIK8 JIXSIEOltEVILLE Hoprnno nc fimiiKciiifiit of juhs Helena taylou Contralto rirstnppen rnliccof Jilt WILL JIAUKDnllndlst nnd JIottoBlngcr lte cngagemcnt of JUL WJt JAEOEIt Bolo Unmet lilt Jill lLJAEOHIt Piccolo Bololit nnd the rino jmuki s Jin charge for ndmlislon UMMCn THDATIin COMIQUI BNDllS BUMMUl OAHDEN AN ATTItAGTtVESUIIJtEll 11EB0UT ovist ron Tin siubon A Superior Orchestra supplies oTqnlilto music nml the Illicit relroshmonts lire served In II rst class I siyic wi nATi ii to Tin million v EKURSIONS lALLS AND MOUNT VEItNON OCCO0UAN Tlio steamer JIAltY WABIl INCITON will make excursion trips to OCCOtJU AN DAY mul FltlUAYlcuinHcvtntliKtreetwlmrf mua ni Minion n ni r w n in1rpumuiurni7 pm A ill r ii in i lit ILili ii mn i in iuuuii a jjimuii BPIUNUH every BATUItDAY Btonmcr lenvos her wharf at li a in returning nt 4 p in Pare 10 rents Dancing now n ami nacK on mi ...

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. — 6 July 1881

J THE EVENING CRITIC Published Dally Sundays Excepted nv tub EvonlngCrltlo PubllshlnsCompany on ninth btheet NOltrHWEST WasHINotov V C TEmvlS fUNCUE COPY 3 CENTS J1V CAlltUKll lcr Month 33 C1N rs HY MAIIlOHtnKolnldOiio Year n 11V MAlIjhostniffl lliulJHIx Moulin 2S3 Moll Subscription Ininrlably In AiHiuice AlHlltKHS EVENINC1 C1UTIO PUHLISIttNO COMPANY WAsntxriTOX DC Entered nt llio Post OMco ru Washington ni sec onil class matter WEDNESDAY JULY C 1O81 To Tiir idiotic inquiry repeated with sickening persistency Is tlicro n Con spiracy wo deem It proper to ieply onco for nil Yes there Is Tlio parties to it aio Wnyno JIacVeagli A Miner Gil on ami William A Cook Tlio object of tlil conspiracy U to get tlio names oftlioconsplratoraln print ns widely 03 possible nnil tlio motive U n wild craving for sensational notoriety Of courso tlicio is nothing criminal about such a conspiracy Under ordinary dicuni stances it would bo partly ridiculous and partly contemptible UmkV tlio existing extraor...

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. — 6 July 1881

n THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1803 Tlio Old llorsa mill he Now- Fortnightly Itoilew As soon ns our tlnco mot Illustrious Eastern colonists tlio llycrly Tnrlc tho Dnrlcy Amlilnn mid tlio lotiolnliin horso of unknown ihiiciiIiikc liml established tlicm selves mid llieir families In tho hind tho hrccdlnc of tho English mco liorso mny bo saldtoliavo consiiiiiniAted Itself Older for clgn sires helped to feed tho descent for nwlille thin Hi llllmit Inn little or nothing to do with tho llycrly Turk and King Ho rod Is purlmps tho lust hurso of lcniiwn who la u stranger In blood to Godolphln Still tho tlirco families worn inextricably Inter twined 100 yenrs ago mid linvo gone on combining and recoinhlnliig themselves over since so that for all practical purposes there aro three cncaloglcs and threo only Rl still III their pristlno vigor Setting nsldo i exceptional animals fiom 17i0 let us say VI to 1815 or thcicabout tho EntrHsti men- horse wns perhaps at his best Tho old races tho...

Publication Title: Evening Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 6 July 1881

L Till EVENING CRITIC ltsTAititsiiED august imis Weill her Iiiilicuttoiis lor tlio Mhhllo Atlantic States fiilr Viiitlicr westerly wltuls higher Imroniotcr nil no ilecltleil clinngo In temperature Soilnl lloislp Mrs Mnrrcll will lvcclvo her friends at ho Xnllnnnl Aciulciny of llno Arts on Thurwlny ovtnlnjr nnil nn unusually ulcus nut tlmo I anticipated A hiro nttinhor of her students will lo present Tlio family of icticntl Spent lmvo gaiio to tliclr summer resort In Maine Tlio leu oral will lenvo tho city Inter Tlio ilauuhtcrs o Mr Ailolpli Cluss nro off rvcrcntlnir Mr Cluss miys ho ciin vest nml rccrctito nt homo im woll in anywhere nuil feels very well If ho nun ilown tho river now nml then Mr lniil Livingston has retiirneit from New York nml will k to Virginia kooh to njicnil tho rest of lliowtwm Iiiri cnscil Ioitnl IIuhIiiohm The shooting of he President hns hnil the clTi ct of milling an Increased amiiinit of t xtni liilor to tho jkiMii clerks nniluthcrs who Imnillo tho mails l...

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. — 7 July 1881

H M T K Thirteenth Tear No 3960 D H lib not felW Ot AMUSEMENTS iiivjirn hummiii iAitwr conckiith ATTHAt rioNs roil 1 ouiiTir or wjik siissjiKsinonrvirri Hnnrnno Jte eiiKagenientof MIS4 IIKLUNA TAYI011 Contrnlto J lrtniippnrnncoofJUtWIIJiJACK31allnllit ami Mollo Winter lte cniragcinciit of Mil WM JAIXIEK Holo Cornet lit MHHJAKUlilt Ilccolo Soloist nnd tlio 3tn lino Hand Noclmrno fur admission JjO QUMMEn TltnATIU COMIQUE Monday Juno 27 Nljrlitly mill Tuesday mid Friday Matinees Another llrllllant Kngagcinent 1lrst nnnenranco of Mr llornanrter Foster In Ids Urcat llnnna entitled JACK 1IA11KAWAY iAFIOAT AND ASILUHi Our new Hncclnlty Coriw Harry and Hume Mliinlo larrcll Mollle Jlarry Ida ciporge Hurry Mullen Mlnnlo Clinpln Howard and Haiulfonl Ac Jako llndd mid Jnlm llolilnson In tlio Lomlo KkUrli Till OYbTlIIt DUALUH Friday night July 1 licurllt of Her- iianilez Foster je27 V BNEHB SUMMEll OAKDliN ll o AN ATTIlAOTIVUSUMMini HFSOllT OlEJI roil TJIIJ 81UHOX A Superior Orchestra supplies e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 7 July 1881

J 1 THE EVENING CRITIC Publlshm Dally Sundays Exccptotl TIIK EvonlngCrltlo PubllslilnfrCompany 5ii ninth BTitrirr noivthwest D 0 TERMS BINULE COPY JIV OAHltllU per Month JIY MAILOoituKoluldJOno Vcnr 11 V MA 1L lostiuo Paid Six Month on a cents 13 CENTS aino 42S3 Inll Subscription invariably In Advance EVENING cniTIolUllLMHINO COMPANY WahIIIMITON DO rMcrccl nt tlio Post OHlcc In Washington ns sec ond class mntttr THURSDAY JULY 7 1881 Tiiiuty hix noons linvo now elapsed slnco tlio Star lias ilccmcd It necessary to announces that Kir KtUvnril Thornton nntl A M Gibson called tit tlio Whlto irousc It Is also moro than twenty four hours nlnco tlio MnrlmsjuilKCillt requisite to publish nil iutcrviow with Col William A alias Billy Cook Intimating tllvcrs nntl sundry slirk and dreadful thlnjis What is tlio matter with thonr It is btatii In somo of tlio Now York papers that MuoVcngU ha3 been seen about tlio White Houso during tlio last twenty- four hours unaccompanied by Gibson nnd Cook This ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 7 July 1881

I JjJE EVENING CRITIC ESTADII8HED AUC1U8T 1808 IV GARFIELDS HOROSCOPE i IVIint the IlanclN llioc Unci Io 1 With Mini Tho following conununlcntiou fiom one who 1ms marto it study of tho connection of tho planetary system with human event Ivlll ho rend with Interest at thli time Somo month1 ngotho assassination of tlio Emperor of llussln liiipicsseil mo so forcibly with tho evil character of Ion OnrflchVs hoioscouo that I wroto n brief nnnlysH of It for tho Capitol- Somo person were very mucli amused recollecting that tho Presi dent had passed safely through tho war and v that ho come to his Kxccutivo seat amid tho enthusiasm of tho wholo country IncspccU ivo of party at my warning that owing to tho evil poiltlon of tho moon nt his birth ho would bo In danger of a violent death Tho general statement that his nativity wav except as regarded his mental gifts ox- i jiremoly unfortunate seemed likewise mi vbsurdUy Four months have not passed I tnl thn nrcilmev nf tlm fiirornsh lin jiecn l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 7 July 1881

ir 1 II THE EVEMNGCR1T10 ISTAIIIISIUn AUHUST 1NI1M Spidul IVciilliri Ilullollii lor tlio MMillo Atlnntlo Stntas filr weather vnrlnhlo winds lower bannnctur Atntiounry or lilyTicr tvtiinoiiiturc Iloalli nOIi s N A rlllln Died nt her Iito residence 1018 31 AtrcelBontlienst nt 1 oclock this morning Mrs S Adelaide I rilllii helovcd wife of Jlr II C Orlllln In the iorty urst j ear of her age It is with sincere ieict nutl tho tendor tst sympathy towiuil thu hcreaved family of tlio deceased mid toward their filends that wo lcroul the death of this most cstl mahlo lady A nolilo woman a devoted wife and a fond mother who had won and held tho lovo and iidmlration of nil who knew her Throughout her life sho de voted herself to nets of charity mid kindly work i Her death causes a void that can never bo tilled again and thoonly words of sym pathetic cotiioliitlcm that can bo extended to tho family In this tiio Mil hour of their bereavement mo thoso of tho royal iro lihct Jllesscd nio tho dead wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 July 1881

M r 4 ft I V i JK Thirteenth Year--No 3961 D a1 AMUSEMENTS UlVrlfS HUMMEll OAIIDEN CONCKIITH ATTIIACTIONB IOII VOUllTH OP JULY miks msHiiumnviixn Hopmim He cnKaifeuicnt of MIHS HELENA TAYIOH Contralto rirstnppt nroncoof Jill WILf MACKllalladtst nnd M otto Hliigcr itc ciiKngcincitt or jut wm jaecieii nolo Cornet 1st Mil 1ITAEIEH Piccolo Hololst nnd thoMn rluo llnnd Nochutireforndnilsslon JjO s UMMEll THEATIIB COMIQUB Mondny Juno 57 Nlglitly nnd Tuesday nnd Friday Matinee Another Jlrtlllant Engagement rirstnppearnnco of Mr Hernandez rosier In his Ircat Drama entitled JACK JUUKAWAY AlLOAT AND AMIIOltE Our new Specialty Corps Harry nnd Hume Mlnntoarrell Molllu Hurry Ida Iconic Hnrry Mullen Mlunlo Clinpln lIovwirdundHnudford Ac Jako lliidd nnd lolm Hnbliisniiln tho Comic Kketch TIIEOYHlEH liAIiiit lrldnynljhtluly I benellt or Her- namlcz Poster lei A DNLB8 BUMMER OAKDUN AN ATTIIACTIVE HUMMEll iiusoiit open ron Tin hkaboni A Superior Orchestra supplies cxnulslto mimic nuil tho llncst refr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 July 1881

j i i i I l V THE EAENING C111TI0 Publisbcd Dnlly Sundnyii Excepted m tiik EvonlneCrltlo PubllshlnarCompany Oil NINTH STREET NORTHWEST WasiunotoN I C TERMS H1NOLE COPY a CENTS JIY CARRIER per Monti 33 CENTS BY MAIinvistngo Paid Ono Year flno by ma iLptagoPaid six Months a3 Mnll Subscription Invariably In Advance AllIIKSS EVENING CHITIO PURLIS1IINC1 COMPANY WASIIIMITOV DO Entered nt tlio Post Ofllco In Washington m sec onri clnss matter FRIDAY JULY 0 1881 Horaci White lias bought ii coiiilo of ncrcs ut Long Unwell for 10000 Mr Wlilto lias boon nnxlotts to rulso his own watermelons forsomo time Virginia Is said to make iiniiimlly over fifty million elgatcttes Tlila may necoimt for tlio strength of tlio Maliono movement ns cigarette smoking has n ueiikcnlng cfiect on tho brain Oxi James Mcllrlde an tnmato of tho Soldier Homo at Dayton remarked Hint ho was glnd tho 1rcsldcnt had been shot They bounced him out T UW Is ii bad sea son for such sentiment- Till ivoitK of tho Itrltlsli Census...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 July 1881

II 99 Tt fi fi THE EVENING CRITIC - ESTABLISHED AUGUST 1808 SporlliiK Notes At Monmouth Turk N J yesterday thcro wcro eight events Tlio first rnco wis for handicap swecpstnkes one ntid ono quarter mllcn Olicckinnto moved up at the tlirco qunrter collnrcd Sly Ditnco nt tlio lost furlong nnd won by half a length with Edelweiss third Time 2101 French pools paid 35 Second rnco July stakes for two-year-olds flyo furlongs At tho end of tho grand stand Onondaga enmo nway nnd won by thrco lengths Gerald second three lengths In front of Memento third Time 1021 French pools paid 2303 fliitd nice Monmouth Oaks for three-year-old Allies ono nnd a fourth mllc3 Thorn won In n canter by thrio lengths Aolla second and Spark third Time 2111 French pools 00 Fourth race frco bnndlcnp sweepstakes ono nnd thrco nunrtcr miles Ono Dlmo won easily by two lengths Sly Danco second half it length In front of Compensation Time 305 French pools paid 1002 Fifth rnco Corinthian stnkos sweepstakes for gentleman ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 8 July 1881

THE EVENING CKLTIO ESTABLISH AUGUST ISBN Wcnllicr Iiullrutloim Km- tlio Middle Atlnntio Stiet partly cloudy wcitliiT nml 1 03ilbly local vnlun winds mostly southerly lilplicr loiniicmturo nml fttutlonnry or lower barometer TlicXnllonnl IllflcN Tlio Xiitloual Hlllcs held their ToKilhir monthly liieitliij luHiiltslitnt tlide armory Tlio fullowlnjr limned jtcntlcnicii ivcre on nmillcutlon clccteil liotioniry ineinlicni Mil ton DivK Churld V VMwr Hntjjcou James M Iniiowny and duties t Thorn Tlio recruiting enmmitteo teimrtoil favor nlilyon soveml npiOleutlons foraetlvo nieiii lierslilii and tlio cnnilMiitcM wero duly elected Tlio neeoutit of llrooki llrotlicrH for fitiguouiiiforius iimnmitlne to VHX w ordorcil to ho pifd hy tlio company Tlio Itlllci adnptcil a resolution not to K lno an cncnhiniiiciit this summer A committee was appointed to make iirmiiRemciiti for the visit of tlio company to Vorktoivn in the fall Tlio Nmull iiox IMtlciil Suicides Win 1 lllanklnslilp tlio sailor who In...

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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. — 9 July 1881

W t i Thirtoonth Year No 3962 AMUSEMENTS THE SUNDAY OHRONIOLE iiij contain to moiuiow A FULL HISTORY AND CUT op tiu ASSASSIN GUITEAU Ami everything relntlnff to tlio condition of lresl A ilcnt tlarllcld up to 3 n in It TyiiVKiis summiu OAiturN conckuts ATT1UCTIONS rOUKOUIlTHOr JULY WKtlK iMfS JUSSIi lIUKVILLK Soprano Tlte onicagement of MISS HHLKNA TAYIOlt lomrauo llrstapponraiiceof Mil WILL MACK llnllndlst nnd MiitltiKlnircr 1 Ito cnitngemcnt of MH WM JAlXlKlt Bolo - Cornet 1st sill H lAUimi riccoio noiow aim inojia irlno Hand No chargo for admission J 0 QUMMCR THEATRE OOMIQUD Monday Juno 27 Nlslitly nml Tuesday mid 1rtday J MlltlllCCS Jl Another llrllllant Engagement lrstnnncarancc of Mr Hernandez roster In lilstireot Dinma entitled JAUK iiaiikawai AlLOAT AND ASlIOUi Our niw Specialty Corps Harry and Hume Mlnnlo larrell Molllo Harry Ida leomo Jlnrry Mullen Minnie Chaphi Howard and Sandford iVc Jako llndd nnd John Holilnsoii In tlio Comic Sketch Till OYSTHIt DHALKIt 1rlday night Ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 9 July 1881

ill 9 M v - THE EVENING CRITIC Published Dully Sitmlnyjj Excepted IY T1IK EvonlngCrltlc PubllohlnsCompany an ninth sthect northwest WASIIINIITOV t c TERMS RINOLK COPY a CENTS 11V CAHHIiil per Month as CENTS IIY MAIIiftostnKOPnldHhto Ynr 1 SO JJY MAIL Postnito lnld Six Months 3a3 Mnll Subscription Invnrlnbly In Adt mice Annm M KVKNINO CIUTIO PUHMSHINO COMPANY Wasiuxiitov PO Entered nt llio Post Office In Washington ns sec ond clnss iniittcr SATURDAY JULY g 1881 To day ciosks thi rinrr month of Tun Critic under tlio new tlenl Wo nrolmimy to nuuoiinco tlint tlio success of our experi ment tints fur litis largely exceeded our mo3t snngultio expectations Notwltlistiiiiillng tlio fnct tlint wo liejwu operation tit tlio outset of tlio season w lilcli dull o cry where Is nlwnys peculiarly stagnant In Washing ton tlio business of Tun Ciiitic both in circulation and advertising lias steadily grown and la now considerably more than iloulilo ulint It was when wo took charge Of course there has ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 9 July 1881

THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUGUST 183 Tho District ComnilNNlonprN nml tlio lMbllc HclioolM To the Editor of the Evening Critic Tlio Commissioners deny to tho Presi dent tlmt they lmvo Iwcn hostile to tho intbllo schools and on tho contrary claim that they have dono moro to Incrcaso and improver accommodations for thoso schools during their thrco years of ofllcc than was over dono heforo in the mino length of time In rojily to thii claim I submit that every dollar expended by them to increase school accommodation that Is to build Rcliool houses has been appropriated by Congress over their heads and In Hiiito of their hostile-estimates Not a dollar of money that they could uso for any other purposo havo tlio present Commissioners voluntarily es timated for building school houses during their wholo term of olllco Not ono dollar Do not misunderstand mo I say vol untarily I am awaro that an amended cstimato of 75000 was obtained from them February 1870 hut thoy did not do this of tii...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 9 July 1881

r I J K k V is 1 k M I B ft iJ THE EVENING CRITIC ESTABLISHED AUOUHT 1N0M Wfiitlier ImltcntlniiM For tho Middto Atlnutic State partly clouily weather mid oeciwlonnt ruin north easterly wind becoming variable hlKhcr barometer nnd temperature Tlio Olilo Itritiilillcnu AhmocIiiIIou mill tlio VrcNlilciil At a meeting lust night of the Ohio lie publican Association of tho District of Co lumbia tho follow lug preamble and resolu tions were adopted WlirltrAi tho member of till ossoclii tion havo Iicardwithfccllngsof inexpressible grief and sorrow of tho attempted assnssl jintlon of President J A larfleldnnd deem it uroiier as liorsonnl friends of tlio Presi dent as resident of Ohio and a cltlens of tho American IEepublie to maico a puiuic declaration in relation to till Btupendous crlmoaad appalling calamity therefore Jlesolrcd That in common with nil good peoplo of this and other countries v o regard with tho deepest horror and detestation the great crimo which without palliation or excus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 July 1881

is i Thirteenth Year No 3963 A AMUSEMENTS QUMMER THEATRE COMIQUE Monday July II Nightly nnd Tuesday nnd Friday Matinees Engagement of llm young Amcrlcnn Satellite JAM1 Jf JIRADl aRD In tho great drama by J W Wallace Tlio Read Witness 1 Init ap pearance tlili season of lrnnk Lewis I rank Rol ion Ada Eradford tlio Enchanted Statue Jllss 3Uy llarrls the Wcslcys John and Eon mid Ten Uemitlnil EadleslniiNcw Idlnstrcl Hccne Jnko lluitil and lohn Rohlnson In the fancy sketch entitled High Tacit tlio llcelcr Our Mammoth Hlocl Company In the 1111 of tlio Season summeiwiaiiden conceeth Additional Heating racllltles Provided Visitors will herenfter not bo obliged to wait un til seats aro vacated lntt will lie provided with scats upon entering the warden Attiiactionh ion Till Comino Wkkk Jllss TiAVHA llUSSlIh nnd Mr 1 II EMERY Bolo Cornetlsts and Sliver Hell Artlstr MlssJE SSIEOREVILIE the favorite Soprano MR II TAEOER Piccolo Hololst and tho rlno Rami 1roi uuusa in ennrge No charge for admissi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 July 1881

I Is ifa J i 1 f r 1 1 V V J TIIE EVENING C1UT1C Published Dully Sundays Excepted 114 TIIK TivenlnerCrltlo PubllahlnBCompnriy nit ninth HntiiT southwest WAS11INIITO I c TERMS single copy a cents JIV CAllHIEIt icr Month an CENTS JtV MAlLMostaKOlaldlOne Year 8lno I1Y MAIL Postaxo Paid SI Months 833 Hull Subscription Invariably lit Advance AWHIKMS EVENING ClttTIC PUHLHHING COMPANY WAHinvorotf DO Entered it tlic Foit Olllco In Washington an sec onil class matter MONDAY JULY n 1881 How Nicr It must lio for n Senator to bo elected by tbo jmro Left That is tbo way it lias just been ilono in rrance As it foreign fashion Albany lias now it clianco to Introduce it its tbo latest tiling out GurrilAV now clnlms tliat lio wits tbo -personage who broko tbo unit rule at Chi cago lcrliaps Henri Wntterson citn flml BomctliiiiK in tlii to Iiniliento tbo nnti Graut wing in tbo tragedy Let us bear from Henri on tbo subject KiNoKAtAKAUAniustliavobosnl ttroiigly impressed with tbo Importance of strength ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 July 1881

THE EVENING CRITIC KSTAHMHHKD AUOUHT 1808 The tViniiiilsslniiprs mill tlio ltilillc NcIiooIn To the Editor of The Evening Crilte On Saturday I culled attention to the conduct of tho District Commissioners In wlthhoUlliip citliiiatw for school liulliilngs and especially to tho fact that Congress had year after year rebuked them for tho omls sion citlicrliv calling for an amended esti mate or hy making npjiiotiriiitiomi for tho purpose without estimates from tlictu It Is nstonislilni that tho Commissioners should linvo drawn tlio attention of tlio President to this branch of their tulminis trillion for in addition to tlioso sovcral lcgislatlvo expressions of disapprobation tho last Congress passed such nn net of want of confidence in tlio Commissioners as would Iiavo led men of nicer scuso of honor to re slim at once Hut let this pass I nixaln ask attention to tlio claim of tho I Commissioners that mora has boon dono during their Unco years of lulmluistriitiou to increase and linprovo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening critic. — 11 July 1881

THE 13V13NING CRITIC iaTAHMsini Auou vr inoh Weill lior IiiilliittliiiiM IV the Mlilille Allnntlo StniM lmrtly cloudy weather nml local raltn southerly rluil4 liccomtiiK variable rlslny followed liy falfliif temperature stationary or higher linionictcr Tim Critic In UporKetown Conies ofTiiii jvining Cuitio may bo hml nnil subscriptions left nt L K Iuuilys book nntl stationery store 123 Ilrlilgo street Cleorgetow n THE POTOMAC FLATS Wlml dm Siih loiiiinltlie r oiu increcHny AtMMit tli JuiiirottiiUiit Tlio mib coinnilttec of tho Semito Com mittee on Comnieico win supposed to liavo met nt tho Capitol to day to consider plans for tho lmpiovcmciit of tho Potomac liver Hats Senators Hansom and Vest wero on hand but tho other members of tho sub committee w ero not Tho only other mem ber now in tho city is Senator Jones of No vada and ho is toiillmil to his bed by nick H033 Senator Hansom and Aest met In tho ollicoof tho closing and locking tho door and stationing n witch man on tho outside...

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