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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 April 1890

7 .ii.i-taHMHiiMaa tW ' ."fI r The Washington Critic. 22D YEAK NO. 6,772. WASHINGTON, D. 0 MONDAY EVENING, APBIL 14, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. ...urtmlita ! ii H n ' ""EXQUISITE. YES, ladies, they ARE, and you need not take our word for it either. We , would much prefer to have you call and judge for your self. We refer, of course, to those lovely NEW DE SIGNS in JERSEY suits, the new ZOUAVE KILTS, the "NATTY" Royal Middy REEFERS and a host of other nobby, stylish things that we have provided for the boys and children. Our stock of suits for youths and boys of all ages is equaled by very few in the country, You can find a good, serviceable school suit for a very small sum, or you can get the finest dress suit it is possible to procure anywhere, and the price is NOT exorbitant either Our stock ot shirts, col lars and cuffs, underwear, hosiery and neckwear for men and boys is simply per fect. Do us the favor to call and inspect it and you will want to purchase some thing before you leave...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 April 1890

-.zztsatti&L. THE TASKIJNGTON OIIITIO, HONDAY EVENING, AffBIL 14, 1890. ivJi6 i, l "tl f s s t 4 WASllliNOTO.N CKITJC EiZISRV EVENING 111 Till "JVAsIllNHKIN UUITIO COJII'ANV, HALLIir K1L110UHN, I'm -went. 3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D.O. - r ' - - -- - TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. l)y mall (postage prepaid), 1 year $00 " " " 1 inontli fin CmrlcH In the city, lniontli :n Atldre TIIECHITIO, Dill) Street, Washington, 1). ('. WASHINGTON, APIUL 1 1, 1S00. SAMUi:i, JACKSON JIANUA1.I.. The United States to-ilny stnmls by llic bier of a great man, for Samuel Jackson Itamlall was a gicnl nmn. No was n plain mnu of tho people, one of tlm kind Lincoln loved mid Lincoln liimsclf was. lie was n man or rugged character, of indomitaldu will and of njrgicsslvo lionesly. llu was not con tent with keeping his own hands clean from public plunder, but ho would not let anybody eKe plumler if he could prevent It. No mnn, not even John (jtiincy Adams, the Old Man llorjucnt, was ever longer or moie clo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CBIOKG, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 14, 1890. FORTY HISTORIC) NAMES LADIES ONCE THE LEADERS Or WEALTH AND FASHION, Hut NawTtcnldontsor tlio T.oulno Homo, tho Noblest Monument 'of the tnto Mr. Corcurnn's I'lillanthropy I.1tc Replete with Interest. Crowning tin oxlcnsivo green terrace on Massachusetts avonuo, in tho heart or tho city, stnutls the Louise Home a lilting monument to the memory of tho beloved daughter of tho philanthropist, the Into W. W. Corcoran. Gazing upon tho mnssivo pilo and realizing tho bless ing Bitch nn institution ha? proved to tho impecunious widows and daughters t f tho South, one is tempted to wonder f even the pcncroUs founder ever fully realized tlio lastlnt; benefits con fen ed upon helpless women unable, by ngc or Infirmity, to gain a llvell-l hood from their own exertions and whoso latter days aro now bo peace fully passed in this quiet retreat, Mr. Corcoran's favorlto charity during lifo I and almost his last thought in tho hour ; of death. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 April 1890

-WXjm,f THE WASHING! ON OTITIC, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL, 14, 1890. WASHINGTON CIUTIC OUT BVJtaijLLB. Tlio Champion Cornotlat of tlio World. Miss Ilosnlo Gilbert can to hoard on tlio phonograph at Humphrey's Wlno Parlors, 413 'Thirteenth street northwest It Is tlio most wonderful reproduction of tlio cornet over heard Tlio Washburn Slstors' iluots, sung by them on tlio phonograph, Bound as nat ural ns the human voice Itsolf. It Is tlio most wonderful reproduction oer heard on a phonograph, and can only bo hoard at tho aboii place Frank llepro's new hour, "I'm n Conductor on tho Seventh Htroot Cablo Car." A nlionBor-ltiitioli, New Haven, Dcoombor 15, 1833. Tho Anhousor-Busch llrowing Association, Bt, Louis, Mo.! Gentlemen Tho Barnplo of Faust Boor latoly recolred from you for analysis has In 100 parts br wolght tho following composi tion; Total solid oxtract 0.880 Alcohol 3.390 Carbonic acid gas , .353 Water 80.375 100.000 Bytonmtlo eoaroh has failed to show tho prosencoof any adulteran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 April 1890

The Washington Critic. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 15, 1890. 22D YEAH NO. 0,773. PRICE TWO CENTS. OUR AIM. mE aim to LEAD the clothiers of this c;ty with the FINEST qualities and LOWEST prices, and our con stant y INCREASING busi ness is PROOF that we do so. We are fully prepared at all times to meet your wants in clothing, with ALL kinds that are RELIABLE for Men and Boys. One of our OWN designs this season is the BROOK HELD, a double-breasted cutaway sack in black Thibit. You will find them nowhere else ready-made at least, not yet; you may later. We have so many new and stylish garments that it is hard to' particularize; but we cannot help speaking of the splendid line of BLACK THIBITS and CHEVIOTS in Prince Albert, Frock, Cutaway,Single and Double breasted Sack Suits and Light-weight Overcoats. All grades, of "neat and fancy mixtures in endless profu sion. Call and see them. 8 R St CO., Finest Clothing Ready-Made, 319 7TH ST. N. W. THE LEGION'S WELCOME GREETED BY PH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 April 1890

'Jt?ttE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 15, 1890. V. WASHINGTON CKFTIC EVERY BitBNINO 111 Tin: "WASHINGTON OKI TIC COMI'AM, MALLET K1LH0URN, TnlMOBNT. 43 O STREET NORTHWEST, Washington, p. c terms ok suiiscrtipnoN. Jty mall (postage nrraM), 1 year $5 00 ' " " 1 month. ... to Cah It-is In tho city. 1 month 33 AdilrcM THE CIttTIC, Oil IJ Street, Washington, 1). u. "WASHINGTON, AVIUL 15, 1800. ItKlUHN JONATHAN MMIOS. To-day Mr. 11. ,1. Meiga, clerk of the Supreme Court of thoDisUictnf Coltim hia, has entered upon his 90lh year. Born In 1801, on the 1 Uh day of April, Sir. Meigs In his long span of life has j-ccn two Important foreign wais, one of -which witnessed the capture and de struction of the Capital and threatened the Integrity of the country. The other icMiltcd In a vast acquisition of ter ritory, now among the moat vohublo of our possessions. Indeed, ho was a healthy, growing child when President Jefferson, by a skillful coup d'etat, ac quired the vast region then kn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON OKIOLTO, TUESDAY EVENING, APKLL 15, JL81K). GOSSIP 01? THE SPORTS. HOW THE HOME TEAM TOOK THE niCHMONDS INTO CAMP. An Olil Wellington Hoy on the nln ntonil 1,'rnldo Tor the lioenl 1'laynrs 1'rIr.e-Flglit Talk Joo Floldon's llcnetlt Oonernl Notes, The Washington Club yesterday took the Klchinonds Into camp to the tuno of !i0 to I), It was a wcll-playoU game, however, notwithstanding tho largo score, and thcro was any number of htllllnnt plays. Tho Virginia club had previously beaten tho IJnltlmorcs, and It was expected that tho gamo would bo closely contested. Tho local men jumped Into tho lead from tho start, ,nd by timely batting and tho loose fielding of their oppononts piled up a score that was hcart-brcaklncr. If tho' Ualtlmoro team had to succumb to tho Richmond's It Is not In It so far as tho Wnsuinglons aro ooncerned. Jordan made a remarkable running catch of a long lly In tho third Inning, taking It In on tho dead nni. Bader also made a pi ctty catch. Tho batt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 15 April 1890

TIIE WASHINGTON OltXTIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APltIL 15, 1890. 4- , WASHINGTON CU1TIC axxr 8vr.aiAi.ii. Tim Cliuinplon Cornells! or tin World, MInh liMMo (,IIIcrt can tio hoird on tho phonograph nt Humplinn 'm Wlno Pnrlor. 115 '.thirteenth Mrecl northwest. It l the must MOMlcrftil reproduction of tho cornet ever In aril. The Washburn flsters' duets, suns ly them on the phonograph, sound ns nat ural as the human olcc Itself It lis tlio most mmdcrful rcrroilucllon er lioanl on a phonogiaph, and can only lo heard at tlio alum-place I'mnk Dopro'a now song, "I'm a Conductor tin tlic ictnlli BtrootCablo Car." Anliouser-lUiscli, New Haven, December 13, 1SG0. Ilio Anhcusor-lluscli Drowlng Association, fct. Louis, Mo.: Gentlctnon Tho Bamplo of Faust Ucer lately r elved from you for analysis has In ICO parts by weight tlio following composi tion: Total solid extract 0.8S0 Alcohol ;vm Carbonic acid gas ?. T3 Witter , 89.3T3 100.000 Systematic search has Culled to show tho presence of any adulloran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 April 1890

The "Washington Oeiti j 22D YEARNO. 6,774. W ASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, ATTOL 10, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. I HIVE YOU A BO!? IF you have, do you not wanttodresshimaswell as your neighbor's boy? Of course you do, and the place to buy his clothing is here, at B. ROBINSON & CO.'S, No, 909 Pa. ave. n. w where you will find the largest and best assortment of Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that have ever been shown in Washington. We can sella good, SER VICEABLE short pants school suit for Boys from 4 to 15 years of age for $3.50, $4 and $5, from that up to the very best ob tainable anywhere. For Boys who wear long pants we can sell you an all wool suit for TEN DOL LARS, one that is cut in the LATEST style, made and trimmed in first-class manner and as PERFECT in FIT as the better grades. OURlineof NOVELTIES for the small boys cannot be EQUALED in Washing ton, but of them we will tell you next time. B, ROBINSON k CO ! BOYS' CLOTHIERS, 909 PA. AVE. N. W. KEl'T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 April 1890

WASIHNUTON ('KITfl' EUBRY BVENINQ ii i in: WASHINGTON OIllTlU VOMIMN1. HALLUT KIMIOVIIN, Piu.inrir. 9-43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON. I). C, TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postnge prepaid), t yoar . .$S 00 " " " I tnontli W Carilci'4 In llio olty. linnutli 'tS Addrc" THE CRITIC, Ol.l 1) Streat, Washington, I). '. WASHINGTON. Ai'illl lfl, 1800. I'llltl'LUMTIlls OI' I'ltOTUOTIOX, The liupubllean leaders unil organs are becoming worried for fear that "the rcptcscntatlvcs of the Hcpubltcau paity in Washington" will not get to gether. The New York J'rnti, whoso proud boast it is that it has the largest circulation of any Depubllcnu paper In the United States, is ery anxious on this scoic. It quotes "the ringing sen tences fiom tha platform presented at Chicago by Major McKinlcy and adopted without a dissenting voice," to wit: M'o nccept tlio Issue mid coiilUloutly ap peal to tlio people for tliclr Judgment. The protective system must bo matutalncd. Its abandonment 1ms always been fol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 April 1890

TH1$ WASHINGTON OK1TJLO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, LtfiH). BLUE AND GRAY UNITED "THE DAUGHTER OF THE CONFED ERACY" TO WED. She Will Mnrry Mr. Airrcil WttUhmon, Sclnnoer of n Pioneer of Alioll tlanlfttuA Itomimtlo Courtship o Ilnto rir tho Mnrrliigo Sot Tot. New "York, April 10. A special In to-duy's JlcraUl from Its Syracuse correspondent says: I verified ft report of a very Interesting nntnro which has materialised Into a fact of great signifi cance, and cannot fall to attract tho widest attention In both Kuropo and America. In a word, It Is the crosvning event of tho great rouilllnn. It Is nothing more nor less than tho an nouncement mado to very Intlniato fi lends hero of tho marriage of Miss AVinnloDavli, tho eldest daughter of Jtfferson Davis, tho lato President of tho Southern Confederacy, to Mr. Al fred Wilkinson of this city, tho grand son of Samuel J. May, the great nuoll tloulst leader. Darao rumor has for a long time past whlspcicd of tho possibility of such an event co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 16 April 1890

r-TJ-i-CVT iFf rr 7T"ccr"WmwH HrW ' THE 'WASHiyeiO.W OlttTIO, WKDCTPDAY EVENING-, APBIL 16, 3890. viftftnjg Wr 5rMnIN!lT9N C RITIC OlTr MVJKOXAJ.H, Anlieiuor-lliiselt. New IUvzn, Doccmbor 15. 1830. Tho Anhousor-tluseh Mowing Association, M.Louis, Mo.: Goatlomcn The pamplo o Faust Door lately rccolvod from you tor analysis has In 100 parts by wolglit tlio following composi tion: utal solid oxtract 0.830 Alcohol ? 3,190 Carbonic acid gas... 355 Water 83.375 100.000 Systematic soarcb has failed to show tho prosencoof any adulterant, and tho compo r'tlon Is very similar to that of tho UeJt Iloor of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc., S. W. Johnson, Professor of Chemistry, Yale Collogo. Washington llranch: First street and Virginia avonuo southwest, FMANK SOINVAHZ, Miinagor. "Phono, 874-1. Ttio Otiumplon Cornetlst or tho World. Mlsa Bcsalo Gilbert can bo hoard on tho phonograph at Humphrey's Wlnu Parlors, 115 Thirteenth street northwest. It Is tho most wondorful reproduction of tho oornot ov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 April 1890

Vhe .Washington Ceiti r 22D YEAH NO. 6,775. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. ftN W Few Pointers, THE dealers who do so much talking about the amount of money they save to the purchasers of clothing are the VERY ONES who are making it more expensive. For instance, you cannot get a whole page advertise ment for nothing. Neither can any man afford to sell vou goods for LESS than COST and succeed. Tliose who advertise goods at one half or one-third of their value, at the end of the sea son, must NECESSARILY make an ENORMOUS PROFIT now in order to even up. WE never indulge in such cut-rate sales, but prefer to keep on as we have been doing for yearskeep the EXPENSES down to the lowest possible NOTCH, in order to quote LOWER prices on our clothing. We can suit you with ANY THING you need in cloth ing for MEN or BOYS and at proper prices. Call and examine our stock. Bubipn, Parker ff Co The American Clothiers, 3Q 7TH ST. N. W. AKOTIIKR STRUCK IMMINENT. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 April 1890

rr -v ayt r t JJ" p 'r-i'pp4RV3f?'W' ' ywsrn; tw1 rrTFirnreHpiife3ww(?i Wlv" Mj VSIUMJTON CRITIC DlHRY EUBNING IIT 1 II K WASIUNnN CItlTIC COMI'.N. 1IALLHT KlLnoiltN, rnr-uiiKNT. 9-43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, P.O. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postage prepaid), 1 year S3 00 " " " Imontli SO Cnrilcisln thoelty. Jmontlt 35 Address Tilt: CHITIC, 0W 1) Street, Washington, D. ('. WASHINGTON, APHIL 17, 1SO0. ruu TAitirr itii.i,. Tlio TnrilT bill lcportcil ycstcidny to tlio IIousu by tlic Ways nml Means Committee wits accompanied by three icports, the usual majority itutl minority leports nntl one from Mr. JIcKcnna of California, who objects strenuously to jnittlng sugar on the free list, anil will not bo rpcactil by a bounty. Hides tvero at the Inst moment adilcil to the free list in response lo the demands of New England and Pennsylvania tan ning and boot and shoe manufacturing Interests. The satisfaction of the former will not bo complete, because the committee at tlio same tim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CKITIO, THUBBUA EVENING, AFKIL 17, 1SJI0. & wilhaji: coaklhy mscrtA rtaiin Jlccniuo Ho Intornntnl Illnmair In Ilc linlf or Hid Ifcllowa. Cincinnati, April 17 A. special to llio CommcretalQatetle froni IInmllton, Ohio, snys: Thcro is a good deal of quiet tnlk nmong railroad men over tlio discharge of William Coaklcy as an engineer on tlio Cincinnati, llainllton ' and Dayton Iiallrond, Coakloy wa9 , ono of tlio trusted men of tlio company, always hclns put to tlio front when any I last or special run was to bo made, lie was also chief of the local branch of tlio Hrotherhood. ' Coakloy was on the Strong enEino when it ran into the ac commodation at "Wlnton JL'laco, and In jumping from tho locomotive was se verely Injured. A low weeks later ho recovered suf ficiently to return to his post of duty, when all of his friends wero surprised nnd astonished to lenrn that ho had Iccn discharged, no reasons being given. It is said that Coaklov suit posted and interested himsel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 17 April 1890

PM, U'-"' IMHII !! II IMIIIMII WW W W HHHHMi THfM(w(--im,"iipw "flTW TT" vttvt 7"" T vrinnrwy THE "WASIIINGMO.M CRITIC, THTrRSlJAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1890. I K 'or ft I'jft-. 1 1 WASHINGTON CRITIC "N"11' ft OJtrr HVJsaiAZH. Anhousor-llusch. Nxw Haven, Dooombor 15, 1839. Tho Anhonsor-Busch Ilrowlng Association, 1 1. Louis, Mo.: Gontlonion Tho saraplo ot Faust Iloer latoly rocolvod from you tor analysts lias In 100 parts by wolglit tho following compost tlon: Total solid ottraot 0.860 Alcohol 3.190 Carbonic aold gas 3X5 Water 69.375 100 003 tystomatlo search tins fatlod to show tho presoncoof any adulterant, nnd tho compo s'tlon Is vory similar to that of tho Host Door of Munich and Vienna." Yours, oto 8. W. Johnson, I'rofossor of Chomlstry, Yale Collogo. Washington Ilrunch: First strcot and Virginia avonuo southwest, FKANK SCIIWAItZ, Managor. Tbono, 371-1. Tho Champion Cornetlst of the World, Miss Hesslo Gilbert can bo hoard on tho phonograph at Humphroy's Wlno I'nrlors, 115 Thirteen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 18 April 1890

The lip TnPY WASHINGTON ft. t& 22D YEAH NO. 6,770. WASHINGTON., 1. C jaUDAY EVENING, API? EL 18, 1S90. PRICE TWO CENTS. K : I ! Ktl i, How Lovely! ARE they not BEAUTI FUL? So STYLISH! These are a few of the exclamations to be heard in our store any day from the ladies who see our SUPERB assortment of new SPRING NOVELTIES for the first time. The ladies know a pretty thing when they see it, which accounts for the large sales of those nobby ROYAL MIDDY REEFERS, Jaunty WEST END suits, EX CLUSIVE styles in Zouave KILTS and the other ele gant things that we have provided for the embryo statesmen. Do not forget that we are prepared to dress the YOUNG MEN and LARGE BOYS with the newest styles and fabrics in Prince Albert Frocks, Cutaways and Sack Suits in endless VA RIETY. Also a full line of separate Trousers in plaids, checks and stripes.. All the new SHADES and colorings In SPRING Neckwear you will find here. Everything at prices PAR BELOW thosecharged by dealers who Indulge in SLAUG...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 18 April 1890

"WSWP"1 jrif" AVASlllMrTON ( III TIC SliBRY BliBNlMQ IIY TUB WASU1NOTON CHI TIC COMPANY. 1IALLKT KlUlOfUN, Pitr-iims-r. 9-43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, P. C. TSltMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. By mnll(potngopvep'ild)) 1 year Si 00 " " ' 1 month 60 Carriers In tho city. I month 83 AiMroM THE CRITIC, 911 D Street, Washington, 1). C. "WASHINGTON, APHIL 18, 1S0Q. TAKE IT IIAOK. 'Xlic New York Telegram sns "If tariffs liavo nn, effect tit all they arc damaging to the bread winner." Unless the Telegram withdraws that "If" It will bo rend out of the imrty, for tho free trade leaders of Congress hold tho tnrlll to be the aggregation of all evils nnd tho sum of nil villainies. 1XUON GLUM VII 11KASONINO. Perhaps tho Revenue Marine Service ought to be transferred from the Treas ury to tho Navy Department. Hut the so-called reasons assicned this morning by tho esteemed J'ott for such transfer Are not convincing. A retired list for Hevenue Jlntlnc of fleers could bo provided and carried on just as wel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 18 April 1890

hi 4Mf fe9t-tUWr u . illllt tjp I .).Jk,lnj THE WASHINGTON OlUTIO, FRIDAY I0VUNLNG, APKIL. IK lfUU. I V ' GOSSIP OF the spimrs. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, KACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. Opening or tho Clinmtilonslilp Sonon Tlio fjtrugglo for Suproinuoy Uo twnen tlio League unit Jtriitltor liood Fights r iml . Despite tho drizzling rnln ycstonlay afternoon tlio "Wnslitngtona owl Phila delphia Club played six Innings of a gimo to an audience of nearly COO peo ple, who witnessed as pretty a gnmo as has boon played hero this season. Tho local club demonstrated that It belonged to League company, for it put up an excellent game of ball and suciecuVd in malting It a tio with ono of the strongest and most formidable candi dates In tho League championship race. Mhloncy was pitted against aioiwn, and both did well, tho Leaguer having a little tho best of it. O'lltion mailoa couplo of bad errors and Bird mndo one which were responsible for tlio two runs Bcorcd. by tho visitors, but those wuro evened...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 18 April 1890

- -jirrr"";! 'S'xv'JMJBSjssaessauen uMil nt-f--x v" THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRiDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1890. ii. I" . w.. i i I' i.v w m i '. . D-. WASHINGTON CRITIC OJXX MVKVIA1.B, Opening To-ruorrow nt 7 nt. Great sate, by order of the rortUon. TIib recent failure ot the largest clothing minu racturlm? firm of Boston, Mttij., tins placed 1 hcilr ontlro stock In tlio hands of tho credit ors, who, for convenience of salo, htvo shipped IW.tflO worth of Hie finest tailor made clothing to Washington to bo sold at once, no ni to settle the accounts of thU firm. Tbo agents have rented tholarge build Inp. No BH HoTcntli street, betweon I street nnd New Yirk avenue, and wilt begin Saturday, April 10, at 7 a. m , to soli this Im mense stock at tho followlnit prices. Men's every day pants, 60 cents: former price SI, Jton a evening pants, $1; former retail price f. SO. Men'sdrcss t ants, 82 25) former itrloa $5 lion's suits, S2.50: termor prlco 83 W. Men's butlnoss suits, SI; former prlco 83. M...

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