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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 February 1890

wMlMHHMWi!) The HINGTON 22D YEAB---NO. 6,727. WASHINGTON, D. C WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 1800. FRIOE TWO CENTS. H-jm Was Ceitic. NEWS OP THE WORLD IN BRIEF. Local. A flro hydrant lias been orJoroii to b3 erected nt the southeast comer ot Sixth and Col lego streets. The well on Hn.f street, botween N and O, has been ordered to ho flllod and the pump icmoved. Tho charges against I'rlvato A. C. F. Knopp, of tho Metropolitan l'ollco Forco, liavo been dismissed. A curb, gutter and sidewalk have been ordered to bo laid on Boundary, V and Ecaton streets under tho permit system. Tho teachers of tho Washington High School lmvo adopted appropriate resolutions aucnt tho death of Charlotto E. Donham. General Ordway has extended tho mo ot tho National Guard rlllo gallery, on D street, to the members of tho pollco forco jor rovolvcr practice A tlckoty old wagon and au Avenue car, No. 30, collided at Tenth streotlast evening lth disastrous results to tho wagon, ownod by on old gentleman natn...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 February 1890

TIIE WARTT1NGTON (CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26, 1S90. WASHINGTON riUTtC Hawkins, Covvi-n it Huskltt. 13 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, I). 0. iriiMs or suh'ciiiption. in VAII Ifl-TAIM fllKI Ml) Evening idltlon,flnovcnr S 1 aits of i vt nr, pcnnuiith 80 Ivuiiiik onil Sunday murnltifc.ono your.. (1 d) Sunday moiiilriRoiliftoii. one year I ' Mall sub'i rtptlons Invariably In advance. to tin striwiuiiMiii. e Delivered by onrrfoni) c i irnllMon, ono month 1V Evmli r nntl Sunday liiurnlue, ono month I to Mimlay moruliiir, tbreo months 'Wo Adelro Tiincnrnc, nil I) street, Washington, C. iui u. H7.M :. roi:i:aAsi. lin the Didlrtet f (himliit,viml altlf ml tn 1'itilrr ntriliHttrrlii, Julr wrtttlirr, iiiklvmi mliln unit fmr llinmhtu, "Wahiiimitiin, FiiitiiuutY 8(1, 1800. I M ljl l. assessment means unjust luxation Ail imi'Iiom'mkmh benefit thu city, but It is the ( ity Unit gives value to all iinpiovements At vh v II i, 1 1 u llslioiios liltl Xu. S Is neither greatly better nor gto...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 February 1890

imtmtimvunt m mMuamii ,n, iniiff 'MM&lSuftfA3Hit!KWipurjnuiM THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, EEBItUARY 20, 1890. R MR. CHANDLER'S BAZOO. HE DLOWS IT OFF AT THE BLEEDING STATE OF ARKANSAS. Terror In tlm Democratic llnclOTOods Cutuily Contested i:loctlon Cmc or Atkinson vs. J'endloUui District A II u I r In Congress. Jlvfvfilul l lie fiom the Caiiltol. In tlio Scimto to doy Mr. Cuntullor presented n petition from Union County, Atk., representing that, nl the Stnto election thoio in September. 189S, a systematic lclnnnf teiror prevailed; that nrmoil Jiiobs pnrnded tbc county nliht and lny, tcnoi iIng whites and shooting nnd whipping colored voters; that schools nnd churches lnul been dcmornlbed and ballot boxes carried olT, and askinir for the protection guaranteed by the Con stltution. Mr. Hart Is Inquired of Mr. Clinudler whether thu statement which ho was making was such u "brief statement" us the lule contemplated In tho picscnlatlon of petitions, and added that It wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 February 1890

TIIE WASHINGTON CTttTTC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, EEBIiUAHY 26, 1890. Ik i ft A k V fa VIEWS OF MANY MINDS. HOBDIES RIDDEN, GRIEVANCES VEN TILATED,SUGGESTIONS MADE. f.uvryor I.lpcomli' Clothes Washing ton' Street Typewriter tu tlio Ili-piirtmcnU Oruto for Itonl 1' Into Investments tflro Kopos, Amikkw A. LifBcoMit This thing of tcntllng to England for clothes Is noth ing hut a fad. I tiled It for n while, but I fouud out that rlsht here In Wash ington ono enn net n suit of clothes of iMictly nn good material ns he could get In nuy cltv in England. Every gcntlcronn who lias ever matin an at tempt at being clothed by an English tailor knows that English clothes pos sess but ono merit, and that is the ox cellencu of the material. So far ns the style Is concerned, It is nowhere ns com pared with our American work. Tho American people ought to advocate the adoption of n national stylo and break uiMiy from tho English idea. Lot the men and tho women both cotno to n conclusion to ndopt n national...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 27 February 1890

&ttvto.fitohr,'?w2 v &&''- The Washington Critic. 22D YEAR---NO. G,72S. WASHINGTON, D. C, TTTUTuSDAY EVENING, FEHUUATtY 27, 1890. PKICE TWO CENTS. r m We.-- "awarmeict, a?1aus9v TheBestof Our Efforts. Wo'vo pevcr designed a garment that has given ms the gcnulno satisfaction (hat tmr latest creation In a light-weight Spiing Overcoat has done. It was an Instant success. Nothing stiango about that. It joltts at t5 a very moderate price elc gnnce and merit to an extent foreign to such a price before These garments, figured by comparison, will rank $''0 and $25 productions nnd "hard push" $30 and 35 custom-mado coats for sir picmacy. SAKS& COMPANY Twenty styles of Your taste can't but find expression in OXi; at least out of nil those. We'll rest the verdict with you if you will only take the trouble to sco them, llcie's an idea or two about the shades and the styles. IIow'll this do for one: A dellcAtc Fawn Colored Melton, with the over-lap scams, inserted vel vet collar,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 27 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, FEimUART 27, 1890 in. itJgt ixnct H ' r Ifrl l" If. k : t i? ! U WASHINGTON ClUTIC D STREET NORTHWEST. WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS 01' SUBSCRIPTION. BY JAIL-r0TAOB rnEPAlD. tienlng edition, 0110 year $. on laH of a year, per month to Evening anil Sunday morning, one your.. 7 00 Sunday morning edition, one year . 3 00 Mall subscriptions Invariably In advance. TO CIT.Y SUE'ClltnKrU. . (Delivered by carrier). Ivenlng edition, one month Tie. Evening and Sundny morning, ono month 50j Address THE CRITIC, ni) I) street, Washington, P. U. Yashinuton, Kkiiuuahy 27, 1890. this imii:k. Owing lo the Inability of thcgontletnun lo ttialtc good llielr engagements, who va Uic 20th of January lust leased Tub Daily Critic ami Su.ndvy Capital newspapers, with an option (ami let it lie hoped nn expectation) of purchase, hoth of these newspapers pass with this i"siie under the control of their res pective owners. A great many tilings have appeared In the columns of T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 27 February 1890

uft THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TXJESDAY EVENING, FEBRUABY 27, 1800. BEN FARGO'S CLAIM. 11V 8ASIUBL T. MOIlOAtf. "Just ns wo go to press," announced the New Boslon Clarion, in Its first Issue, "wo loam Unit Hon Farce's claim lins been jumped again. Den's return Is expected tomorrow, and wo predict that ho will attend to the evic tion in his usual prompt and thorough manner." No fault could havd been found with this item, except, perhaps, that it might have been n littlo indoQnito to the uninitiated. Now Boston fully un derstood it. '"Who's jumped it this timo?" asked Colonel Pride, ns Ov Illckson retailed tho news totho citizens lounging on the pojoh of the ttircka General Store. "Dun know," nnswered tho mail-car-iter. "Didn't stop to find out. Smoko was coinln' out o' tho shack, an' a scunlous-looUIn' Huch-pin wagin' an' a pairo' lickety olo mules was staudin' by." "Wool," predicted Colonel Frlde, "about five minutes after Ben gits thcro them rickety mulcs'll bo pullin' that fcandalous-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 27 February 1890

rrtss'-'vsr: nv-rrw wmrri. ...,l..,i...wnwTllfol.U; THE WASHINGTON CHITTC, TTTmPPAY EVENING, FEBHTTAKY 27, 1890. ' kVr 11 H t: f VASHTONS FOR LEX' DEVOUT YOUNG CnEVTURES TON ING DOWN THEIR COSTUMES. Jlclnrmlnc tlio Uliitlios of Mitsmillnn llittuniilly Sir. Joiiuoss Mlllnr AilvocHtus Knon ltniclii's Won Jills or Itontmls fur I'nlr IIciiiIk, Tlio Lenten gown litis muilo tti an mini nipu.irnuco In tlio ncwspiipcis, OeciHonnlly It ileurcs in good gray or Muck wool, but for tlio most pint Its ostentatiously demure minutes mo wnlkctl In nnntlicr arena. Hut liioru mo women who ninko special toilets for Good 1'ililayr Most certainly, there are rcstlictieally devout young creatures who give over much time to the eon fildcratlon of appropiiatu and becoming uioitllieatlons of Hie flesh during the week in which they do up their piety for the season; hut as a rule the Jiishtonahlo gill who draws her toes out of her ilnnclnc slippers tit midnight on Shrove Tuesday nnd puts on niiii-llku colors wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 February 1890

flh.rtar') Jfjg - ... The Washington C 22D YEAEp-NO. 0,729. WASHINGTON, D. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, PEBHUABY 28, 1890. PFvICE TWO CENTS. T53t3J.jrtm'Wm i- RITIC. ) 8 HOE GUT We've seven or eight stylos of Men's Shoes that nro decidedly "winterlsh" In their weight. Will be too heavy for our stock In a little while. Thoynro rhapcly shoes. Parts of tho lines you Iihvo been buying from us during tho post three or four months, Tho best wearing shoes you' vo over had on your feet. Tho most comfortable, too. Don't you want another pair? Isn't a pood big reduction Inducement enough for you to use ono more pair betwoon now and tho (spring-weight tlmo? You can't all havo a pair. Tliero aro not enough to go around and tho sizes nro not complete It's getting so far alone toward spring that wo don't want to "All In" tho missing onc3 either. Three shapes of our regular $3 Shoes Woukcnphast, London Picca dilly and Full French Button, Laco and Congress. A better shoe for scrvlco or shape wo never had bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 February 1890

Ete1 rwtmmjpiJHr IHIMIIMIMW4b TnE WASTLINUTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28,1890. m (. li I If ' i i :i ' t I I ' Washington rurric J3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 11 r. TERMS or BUUbcnilTlON. JIT MAIL roTA(l! lllEIVIII F.venlng edition, ono ear $n 00 Vart of nyonr.ixr month 50 Evening nml Sundny morning, mio yunr. 7 no buuduj morning edition, ono yenr. .. . '.'00 Mall subscriptions Invariably in adv mec. TO CITl "1 ll IllllKl!' (Uclhorod by enrrlor) Evening edition, ono month X. Evening nnd Similny tnornlug.onu month 10o Address THHCUITIC, ill It ttol, Washington, 1). C. Waiii.nitox, rtniutiMtv 23, 1S00. I.AIIOK DISCI SSIO.S. Tliure nre inaiii- lcasons whj- tlio dig. cushion of labor and social (tuitions In tlili Oountij'sliouMdillerfootli in tunipcr nnd tone from tlio manner In which with discussions ato curled on In Luropenn countries. This Is a countiy wheio every wot Ic ing man has his full and equit Inllii once In marine the laws and shaping the Institutions under whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 February 1890

THE WASHINGTON CBITIO, FEIDAY EVENING, FEBKFATIY 28, 181)0. HltAUK UXT'S CAIlEHtl. Driven to n T.lro or Hlmtim by A Worth less Husband, It now dovelops tli.it Graco Ott's proper nnmc Is Qrnco Jefferson and sho Is llio daughter of worthy and respected parents In l'cnnsylvaniu. They are not aware of the chnrgo undor which sho lias been convicted In tho Criminal Court, but do know that her Hfo lu Washington has not conformed to their wishes or Ideas. They aro very anxious that sho should como homo Immediately, and letters aro being iccclved by her re peatedly, ashing why sho delays. This woman, known as Graco Ott In Wash incton, Is not credited with having a bad reputation beyond tho fact that she had given herself up to a Hfo of shame. Her complicity In tho thoft of Marccllus West's money Is tho first charge of n criminal nature that has been brongut against her. Grace Jefferson attributes her downfall ty a drunken and worthless husband, r no, she says, Is now a desertur from tho Mari...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 February 1890

1 M I PP pMQM?mH THE WASHINGTON CTflTIC, FTCTDAY EVENING, FEBKUABY 28, 1890. J ITT HVISOIAL3 Or cut llnrgnln lu Altntctlvo mid Now Dross Fubrlcn. Messrs. Wllllum I). Clnrk A Co., tlio ou torprlalng dry Roods tlrm, eligibly located tit Bit Markot bpaco nnd Pennsylvania avenuo ,xiortli est. liavo, nftcr suvcraf weeks of liard "Work, llnlsbod Inking their annual Inventory iind nro prepared to offer mi excellent lino 1f new dress fubrlus tho latest fads In dry Roods-nt popular prices. Thoy nro offering nboclal bargains In dolrahlo colorort Surati illka at the phenomenal price of 75 cents per yard. Theso silks uro all now and aro tin latest styles, Tlioy also liavo a largo stock of wlilto coods, vie: Klogantnnd stylish table llnons. with napkins to match; very doslrablo whlto bed sr roads, nn Immcnso ussortmont of dam nktowolsnndothoi gradoi &o. Thlslongei tabllshcd and Tollable urv coods Arm docs not udvcrtl;o to a. largo oxtent, but, at tbo samo time, they manngo often enough to ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 March 1890

The Washington Critic r 22D YEAH NO. 6,7.'J0., WASHINGTON, D. C PATUKDAY lOVENTNCt, "MAIK'II 1, 1800. PBIOE TWO CENTS. atsto the Front! Wo have had a good ileal to say to j mi lately about tho UVENINO SUN 1 1 AT. Don't believe you know It when ynu itm ncios it. Do you? Hero's a plctuicof it. THE EYEING SON RUT. An Alpine ShnpowllhaFlango Brim. Tt Is more dressy than tho other soft shapes and not quite as plain and set as tlio Dcilty or the Silk Hat. For an nil around, every-day hat wo tliitil; you'll like "The Evening Sun." Dif ferent from its name, it is just in tho uioi ning of its popularity. Wo liavo them in two shades Illnck and lirown fiom $1,50 io $3, SAKS AND COM'Y. DBBBYS. Constantly shrinking in shape. Get ting smaller and smaller. Aud the Fiuallcr they get the nobbier jauntier they are. There's n difference between the im poi ted shapes aud those blocked at homo hero, and n difference in the llnish. "Which is the best you'll have to de cide. Tho one that pleases you. They...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 March 1890

-sstecis1 1 ,:" THE WASHINGTON CKITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, ABCII 1, 1890. pJWHtfMWSlBWMBHSWWBWWilBpW jujuiimtotuiwi.m , 1 t j: fc I K I E I.' t-' ri r i i V i v tt fc t- : - : WAbP.GTON CUtTlC , immsv I j v cvitysi '' . t .-. 1 1JO i K jrJs?!,' ' im t itrtusHiOA &i ir j.juVkif.T.. 1Ht 'ff-.l'n jbwj rt7viEiW' irv feiricJl h;- V..AlfcV ." 'II'.'.XM t&l&SMWfft JfirWJSBHSTTTEWF .ilKS J13 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. JST MAIL-VOSTAOL ritr.rAin. Evening edition, one year $8 00 Fart of a year, per month 50 Evening ail Sunday morning, ouo year.. 7 00 fc'nndaj morning edition, otjo year 2 00 Wall subscription Invariably ni ndvnnco. TO CtTV vltlMCllinElll. (Delivered by carriers). Evening edition, onoroimtli,.... Xn. Evening and Sundny morning, ono month B0o Address THE CHITIC, mi I) street, Washington, I). C. WASHINGTON, MATiCII 1, 1S09. Tin: con kioiit im,i,. It has Ioiil' been admitted that the vuoduct of fi man's brains, when oiieu i-ciluceil li t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 March 1890

r THE -WASHINGTON CB1TI0, SATURDAY EVENING, MAKOTT 1, 1890. rtnuiiAsno TIIK SITU. Hlslinp Hurst's .Motlioiltst University Now Hits n Location. ThoJtethodist University for tho Dis trict, projected by Iilsliop Jolm F.IIurst, Is now likely to bo In nctual oxlstcnco in tho ncai futuro, negotiations having been closed yestcrdny for the necessary land, and $30,000 having been paid on nccotint of tho purchase money. Tho land In question Is known as tho Davis trnct, coslstlug of about ninety acres. It is located on the Loughborough road, ltcnr Tcnnnllytown, and opposlto tho property recently purchased by ex-Secretory "Whitney. A more beautiful loca tion for tho University could scarcely have been chosen, tho land bolntr-100 feet nbovo tho city, and commands a delightful view on every hand. Tho sum to bu paid for tho land Is $100,000. Tho same property was pur chased bv Sir. Davis In 1878 for $0,000. The entire amount of thu first Install ment of $20,000, with the exception of $1,000 subscr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 March 1890

TTTE WASTnNGTON fTITIO, SATURDAY EYENTXP, MATtOH 1, 1890. , It If- r 41. " i w p lir " VNUiwcrro's ciirrir V ITX HVKC1ALH Jtongliton A. Co ' hjirliiB Hiolulllc TLIi firm Is In ret clpl of mnnr ipechilllo Inthuntvost stylos nf cjirlns goods I lair nltinkW complete) In nil ttio latest tsloi of furniture upholstering, du orations nnd nn unlimited atroitmnnt of nobby ipuutnltloi 'thlstrcmlncnt busltiom homo h centrally lornlcd nt l.MHnnil u.m F str 1 1 norllmct, nnd keeps In stock tho 11110 clan of iiii-hIi Hint inn lio fotioit In ntij lint clas store In New otk 'llio nrtommoAatloni ma far Mipci lor and the prico of tho Rood nro tin) mmn All good cltlons tluilrliu' to build up thcli beautiful Capital Cltj will uirtilnly patinnlro tho local merchants, ospieltllj tltlsllbct.il and fair dealing llriu liny our Storcliiimtlsn ill Homo. There ts no good or Justifiable reason wliy nny onoroildlnR In this city should go to New York to make tlielr piirclm"03 If you need itnj thing In tliu ftirnl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 March 1890

r"V j"1r" - - jwi-., fv ti" The Washington Obitio 22D YEAH NO. 0,731. WASHINGTON, D. C SUNDAY, MAllCIl 2, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. THET RADERS WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS, Monday, March 3d, At the Washington Safe Deposit Building, 916 and 918 Pennnsylvania Avenue, South Sido. Cupltnl Srii-pliis (8100,000 (piilil In ACCOUNTS BO-ftuEID MEETS DlHKCTOKSl Clinrlcs Baum, William A. Gordon, Emmons B. Smltli, 1'dwnrd F. Droop, Gcorgo 0. Ilcnning, tanmuci . biicuei, John T. Varnell, and G1.01.GT- C. KENNING, -President jj-gga, THE Newspaper Fraternity. THE 3-.ve.ning- Critic AND THE Sunday Capital, With their Franchises, TTOR SALE. The Evening Critic Newspaper, "With an exclusive franchise from the I'nilcd 1'ress Association for an after noon paper, now In the twenty-second year of its publication, and The Sunday Capital, with a telegraphic service from the New York Associated Press, 'now In the twentieth year of Its publication, with their typo, appurtenances, pa tionagc and good will, to gether w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 March 1890

rS3i- HI 13 WASHINGTON QUIT 10, SUNDAY, MAKCII 2, 1800. W" iw l m Bh' WASHINGTON CRITIC AND SUNDAY CAPITAL. e'13 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. 0. TBRMS OF 8UUSCRIPTI0N. iiv mail rosTAos riisrAiu, Evening edition, ouoycnr $5 00 1'art of a year, per month CO Evening ami Sunday morning, ono yuar.. 7 00 fcundnj morning edition, ono year 3 00 Mall subscriptions Invariably lu advance. to citv uncntnEni, (Delivered by carriers). Evening edition, one month...,. mo. Evening and Sunday morning, otio month 60o Address THE CRITIC, 013 D street, Washington, D. O, WASHINGTON, MAKOII2, 1800. Owino to Tim delay in resuming possession of Tin: Ciimc nnil Sunday Capital nt Ibo close of tho past week, tlic Issue of to day is restricted to four pnges, instead of its usual Sunday form of tight pages. AWKYVAKI dim:mmas. Among thoso who profess to know it is generally believed that tho Commit, ttc on Ways and Means, in its en- denvors to readjust tarilT taxation in accordance with tho pledges given by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 March 1890

THE WASHINGTON CB1TIU, SUNDAY, MAHOTT 2, 1H!K). SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. EFFORTS OF SOCIETY PEOPLE TO SPEND LENT PLEASANTLY. Orcnnlrntlou nf Clnnox Annnuncn mniitfl for tlio Coming Wenk Sun liiy Kntertnlnmuntn Dlnupnrovnil (Itinera! (lonalp of Mio l'nalilonalilos. Never before In tho social history of Wnelilngton hns tlicro been so great n rngo for tho organization of clnsscs ns during tho present Lent. Thcro is n French Clnss, n Clnss lu Emergency, a Heading Clnss, n Knowledge Class, n Dutch Trent Tlicutro Clnss, n Music Clnss, a Kuchru Class, nnd so on ad in Jlnitum. It remains for Tun Ciutio to niiiko the snsgcstlon of adding to tho list n Cupid's Clnss under tho e,ulo of n l'cdebtriun Class In Uotany, which, bejond all doubt, would result in sev eral additional weddings at Easter. Al ready In the mind's eye Thu Onrria con pee tho young enthusiasts going for long walks in tho country, after thu unalterable fnshlon of youth, separating into appreciative couples to rovo over the disc-l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 March 1890

w r in ttie ArAsriTX(rrox ciuttc1, siday, mauoti 12, i8oo. OVEL REAL E c nr ATI SGH EM . T V JL JL JLmtm JL V JL . PUR! CHASE MONEY RE FUNDED IF IH "i' f '.V'a-y; i B ; V ,12 i y, i 'tfVi H '"' li'fr ' Mj"4 5 ft " " ' .,- ? v AV 'vv -,57.- 4 1 Only $5 ai Month. Only a Month. 5aMonth--$5 R- pn f r ?" j 5 fli . , i .. ."V ' '-."rt T''!. KSk-JV & L II "." ;.-& iffs. for Sale Lots in to End Park a Rockville for e Sum 0: 1 ''"H.;'- Ki STOP WASTING r &$'? ?'y SE BE HAPPY. 'l'' 1 DESI RED dp fes 3 O O A MONEY LANDLORDS AD BOARDNG 00 KEEPERS B (rt i -The West End Park, Rockville, more and Ohio Railroad, among is 450 to 500 feet above Wash the hills of Montgomery County, ington, 16 miles out on the Met high and healthy, -with delicious P.v Not " Rockville is the county seat of 'Montgomery County, sentatives of the Army and the Navy. The unusual houses, six general stores, one grocery store, one dry nessestablishments, seventy in number. It also has eight TlnL The railroad facilit...

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