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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 19 April 1890

tfwyn 1 1 : wiv'WUi'LWiQnppMKPTmvr-'1 The Washington Critic. & 22D YEAH NO. 0,777. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATTHDAY EVENING, APKJTL 3 9, 1890. PKICE TWO CENTS. 1 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 you goods for LESS than COST and succeed. Those 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. Robinson, Parkerfi. Co. The American Clothiers, 319...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 19 April 1890

TUB WASHINGTON OlttTIO, SATURDAY EVENING, APHIL 19, 1801). & m i m "WASinMJTOiN (HITIC '. , "' EUBRV BUBNlHC JIT TUB TVASIIINGION UltlVIO COMPANY, HALLET K1LH0URN, I'nrMDENT. 3-43 D STREEt'nORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Sy mall (postago prepaid), 1 year S3 00 " " " 1 montli 50 Carriers In tho city. 1 montli 85 Addrc THI3CIUT1C, OH II Htroot, Washington, D. V. " -WASHINGTON. A I'M 1, 10. 1800. KKI'HKSllNT HIRt AS TA3IU KNOWS msr. General Uoynton lias suggested that tlio Army of the Cuiubcilnnil erect n ptatno to the Into Samuel J. Randall. 3lr. Itamlall did not servo wltli that aimy, but while with his troop In tho three months' service he did writo a letter to his personal fileml, Thomas A, S?cott, then Assistant Sccictary of War, sufgcstliiff the promotion of Colonel Thomas to u biigadlcrshlp, General Tliomns being afterward a commnndor hf the Army of the Cumberland. General Uoynton 's speclllc proposi tion is thnt the etntuo bo an equestrian one, and that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 19 April 1890

TILE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL. 10, 18U0. I ' MRS. HARRISON TALKS, i WHY THE WHITE HOUSE IS NOT A BED OF ROSES. il WIMi Tenuis Would Not Ho Aft-nlil or Me' A (food Glimpse or Family Life in tlio Kxccutlvn Mansion by ii Favored Haliltuo, Ccitirlgnt, 1600, lu tht tlot Syndicate J'relt, Mv) Tori:. Tho Whito IIouso is tlio goal of ovcry liollticiaii's ambitions, and hln wifo has dreams of an cxlsteuco behind lis plllard portico, for which Arcadian is too small nnd poor a word. Every ono of thorn lias views upon how they wuulJ order and enjoy life in tho mansion, but It Is a question whether tho reality could o inal any of theso anticipations? whether tho AYhito IIouso Is n bed of roses for Its, occupants. Mrs. Grant owns that tho eifiht Imp plest ycaiB of her llfo wcro those passed within tho "White IIouso. Not all her predecessors and successors own to so much for whllo thcro is tho Gratification of all prido and ambition for tholr lieges, thoro arc many things thot of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 19 April 1890

s ,-; m mmtmfittMmwmWttoimmKi ) .njwpi wrWV-rtWapWtJt'jfc V4TW,WJnrn THE WASIHNQ'l'ON CHITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, APBIL 19, 1890. A 'ft r u J WASHINGTON CRITIC OIXX KVXCIAIM. Opcnlnu To-morrow lit 7 m. Great sale, by order of tho creditors The lcrcnt fnlluro of the targcst rlotliliiK manu f Actuitnc firm of rSoMon, Mai's., has placed I heir cntlio stock In the hands of tho i rcillt mi, who, for convenience of bhIo, hao tlilim.il SCCO.IOO worth of the finest tnllor inndoi'lothlngto Washington to ho sold nt nce, in n to settle tho accounts of Mill llrm. 1 ho ngents hnvo tentod tho largo ImlKI lng.No Id Seventh street, hot worn 1 street and Now Vcrk avonuo. and will begin i-ntiirday, Apt II 10, At T n in , to soil this lm mrmc stock nt tho following prices: Men's every day pints, to cents: former prlco 81. Aim's rcnlns pants, 81: fonnorrotnll prlco $2.t0. Mcn'sdrcss rants, 8J 21. former prlco S'. Mon'i suits, 82.50: former prlco 85 50, Men's buMncsa suits, SI; former pilco 89. Men's extr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 21 April 1890

f Fhe Washington Crane. 22D TEAR NO. 6,778. WHY NOT? WHY not change your boy's winter suit For one that is more suitable to the season and weather ? It is almost cruel to keep him in heavy clothing now when you can get such stylish and SERVICEABLE SPRING garments for such a SMALL amount oi MONliY at 13 ROBINSON & CO.'S, 909 Pa. ave. n. w. You will want to get some shfrt waists also, and here is the place ' to buy them. Lots of pretty effects in stripes, plaids, checks and fancy figures, all colors and combinations in Percales, Linens, Flannel and Chev iot. The BEST FITTING shirt waists to be found any where. All sizes. Proper prices. Now is the time the Boys and Children need a lighter outside garment. See the stylish SPRING OVER COATS and nobby light weight REEFERS that we have in almost ENDLESS variety. All sizes and prices. e, ROBINSON & CO J Designers of Boys' Clothing, 909 PA. AVE. N. W. I.OCAt STOCKS. Transaction on tho Washington Kx chango Tho Situation, Tho business ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 21 April 1890

Jta..Jh.'si4&-- i, ..-j .. l.i ,,&&&& f"it.it.fcjnHtwiiWfij. re.Jttt!iMaS:Sr --; -jwwurawftuJwM wwifawpawsMW THE TVABlIlJNGTON OKl'lMP, MONDAY EVENING, .APRIL L2 JU iWio. r i K W, w. I'M- . r t m V' I iI' f ..f 1? ''J' i'f ?., .f ilM ! I fir H7!, - w ! 7 . . d WASH LNUTON C'ltlTICJ EUERV GUENINC JlY TUB WASHINGTON UUiriU C ANN, HALLI'.r K1LI10UHN, 1'mstunNT. -H3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TKKM8 OP BUBSOMPriON. By mall (postoge prepaid), 1 yoar S3 00 " " " 1 month M Carriers In thoolty. 1 month 34 Address THE CitlTIC, !3 D Street, Washington, D. V. WASHINGTON. APIUL. 21, 1800. CITY rOSTOl'FICK HITC. A singular fatality seems to attend all efforts made to secure an adequate building for the city postofllce. Thu want of such a building Is universally admitted and the pressing need for it lina been long felt. Numerous endeavors have been made from time to time to obtain justice for the Capital of tbo nation in this matter, but hitherto without success. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 21 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 181)0. fr h D, 1 3 ft GOSSIP OF THE SPOIl 1'S. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. Opening the Olinmplnnililp Honson A TVell-Tnticlit Lomoii Tlin lllnck I'earl-Mnrcsn Mill To-Nlglit Su loctlng n Iteforoc General Note. Tho npcntug gnmo on Saturday wns somewhat In tlio nature of n surprho to those who expected tlio local team to defeat tbo visitors with comparative caso, for tbo boys from Hartford got away with the gauio by n scoroof 1G to 10. Tbo new grounds woro crowded, about n,200 peoplo being present, many of them well-known oitlzcns n public and private Jlfo.. It was a distinguished gathering and tbo largest In numbers that has ever attended an opening game. Defeat In the presence of such a crowd nindo it doubly worse. There can bo but little said about tho came. Tho local team took bucu a long lead at tho beclnnlng of tho game that it thought it had a snap and could afford to play loosely aud caroleasly, and almost...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 21 April 1890

uubitViyjfwmilii? flfcT7n-TipW wti'" THE WASHINGTON OKITIO, MONDAY EVENING, APiUL. 21, 1890. V, m it i r t WASHINGTON CRITIC axxx uvuaiALa, Excitement on Seventh Street. Tho crodltors' nlo of JMO.oCO worth of nnr tailor mado clothing Is now Kolugon and v 111 continue for a short time only. This tloik Is from tho Imgo-d clothing llrm o' Boston, who lately failed, mid whoie aq counts trust ho settled. Tin' entires stouk feint bo converted Into rash. Tho OjionU havo been Intimated to -ell the (dock nt tho following ink os Men's ovoiy-day pants, bo rents; former titleu 81. Men's ovonlng rants, fl! fiTmor rotall prlco JJ60. Jlen s dros ratits, tt 2V former prlco S. Mon' suit, SUM; former prlco S5tn. te n's business suits, II; former price $9. Jim's oxtragood business stilts, 8" Co; former lirlco $11. Men's drees suits ut Shoo. MOand $12. which nic wotth moio than doublo. Hoy's buHb nt 8150, $jro, SI. $S and $10. worth mure than double. Children's sulH nt 78 cents, SI"), Sl.iJ. t'lM and S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 April 1890

i Q 22D YEAR NO. 0,779. WASHINGTON, D. C; TUESDAY EVENING, APBIL 22, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. The Washington Critic 11 v E DEAL -IN- f GLOTHINU fE request the buyers of clothing to call and ex amine our superb stock and carefully consider the strong inducements we offer you to deal with us. WE do not deal in a gen eral line of merchandise. We believe in the old maxim: Shoemaker, stick to your last. OUR BUSINESS is CLOTHING, exclusively, and it stands to reason that we can serve you BETTER than merchants who keep DEPARTMENT stores, with clothing as a SIDE issue. You should see OUR ele gant line of Cutaway Coats and Vests in black CLAY DIAGONAL, English Wors ted and French Thibit for dress wear, to be worn with a pair of lighter colored trousers, either a stripe, check or plaid. Our stock is replete with new and ARTISTIC effects. Call and see them. WE will NOT urge you to buy. Bear in mind that OUR prices aieNOTon a basis that will admit of future cut rate sales. You will not pay twenty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 April 1890

. jjkJZJS R' It r u I- H r S 15 ft WASHINGTON CUITIC t y . ,v lV MSI, ' A k mj, , r, $pW7 twiTitaift ttircitttorj r w .iu .a . 'TiWIlUHiTto-aArtHiWWMriKw iMWJM WMw.aaats?iii' M; EliBRV QUBNINO n tub IVAHIIIXOTOX UHIT1U COJII'ANt. HALLEI" KIl.BOl'HN, PiicmdkST. 913 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTOX.il. C. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postago prepaid), I year S'00 " ' " tmontti M Cnnloi-s In tliu oily, lmontli tt Address THE CUITIC, Oil D Street, Washington, II. l WASHINGTON, Al'ML 32, 1800. .. -. - ilOUKT VIIKNON ItOUI.KVAICU. As we understand It, Iho great dlfll fully In the way of an imnicdfate aud favornblo consideration o the project for thu construction of a grcnt boulevard from Arlington to Mount Vernon 1ms been the largeness of its estimated cost. The plans which have been presented Involve an expenditure of about $t, 000,000. and In tbo face of this amount tbo committee to which the matter was icfcrrcil naturally hesitated. There can be no question as to the hnpoitanco and in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 April 1890

7 THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, ltilK). V- i V GOSSir OF THE SPORTS. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. An llarly Morning MlllTho Iltnolc l'imrl tlio Victor Iji ISIcht Hounds A Ills nml Determined Crowd (icnetnl Sporting Notes. Fully 000 pcoplo witnessed tlio muok' tnlked-of flfiUt between tlio Mack Pearl ami Isaac Murgcn, tlio two col ored middle-weights, tills morning, which resulted In a victory for tlio 1'cnil In the eighth round, after 35 minutes' lighting. It was ono of tho most exciting mills that has taken place In this vicinity for somo time, not so much by reason of tho ability tho men displayed, ns It was tho apparent (ksiio of cvciy man in tho crowd to tnkc a hand in it. No such crowd ever witnessed a light before, and it was a lucky thing that nobodv was seriously injured In tho jam and rush. Thcro was no concoalmcnt of tho place of lighting, and this accounted for tho largo number present. Tho one interesting query last night was, "A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 22 April 1890

H i r I 'A THE "WASHINGTON OMTIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL, 22, 1890. & t' U II i L.'Ji ft K In h'ti IW ,fi N WASHINGTON CRITIC Olir BVKOIALS, Excitement on Hovontli Stroot. Tbo rrodltors Halo of $MO,oC0 worth of fluo tnllor-mado elotliliiK I now ir.iliyton an;l Vlllcoutlnuo for n abort time ouly This (totk Is from tlio laiK0t ilotliliiR, flrin of JloUon, wlio lately railed and wlioio ao counts roust bo no! tied 'the entire stock must bo convcrtoit Into oasli. The nconts liavo been Instructed to sell tlio Ytook at tlio ToIIowIdr prices: Jlcn's every day pants, 50 onts; former prlco $1. Jlcn's wonlng pint, It foiiner retail prlco S-'jO. Men a lro pants, ti "Y, forme, price SV Mon's suite, S2S0; former prim 85 W. Men's business suits. tf former prloo SO. lie u's oxtra cood liualneteiilt, $B B0;fonnor ptlcogll. Men's diess suits at jH.SO, MOnnd yl, which aro worth more thin double Hoy's suits at $1 to, ti.to, 84. Si and SIO, worth tnoro than double. hllilron's suit at 73 contp, $183,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 April 1890

vvv ifrt-j(wwr'r"-np-fVwjyTT ' . t The WksHiNOTON Chit jL.J& 22D YEAH NO. 0,780. WASHINGTON, D. C. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APEIL 23, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. ft . WHY NOT? WHY not change your boyV winter suit for one that's more suitable to the season and weather ? It is almost cruel to keep him in heavy clothing now when you can get such stylish and SERVICEABLE SPRING garments for such a SMALL amount of MONEY at B. ROBINSON & CO.'S, 909 Pa. ave. n. w. You will want to get some shirt waists also, and here is the place to buy them. Lots of pretty effects in stripes, plaids, checks and lancy figures, all colors and combinations in Percales, Linens, Flannel and Chev iot. The BEST FITTING shirt waists to be found any where. All sizes. Proper prices. Now is the time the Boys and Children need a lighter outside garment. See the stylish SPRING OVER COATS and nobby light weight REEFERS that we have in almost ENDLESS variety. All sizes and prices. ROBINSON k CO U Dosigners of Boys' Clothing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON 0KIT10, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APBIL 23,1890. K D- j l' . ft ! i V Jl wamuv;to cfirric EUBRV EUENINO in I lit' WASIUNUtON CRITIC UOIIIWN V. UALLKT Klf.llOl UN, Pnn.utjir. 93 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASlllNnTON, t). C. terms ok srnscitipnoN. By mnll (postngo prepaid), 1 year SS 00 " " " 1 month M) Cairltrjlnttioctty. lmonth 1ft Address ri'if r noun, - ntl ii .. ' Washington, I), r WASHINGTON. Al'IUL 23. 1800. Tin: ititux.i; iu mii.inutox. At Inst tills vciy important public hniirovcmcnt looms over the lioit.on of the future. Instead of heiujr, regarded as n mere possibility it seems likely to lecelve caily conshlcintlon ns a iirnctlr.il project. About two months ngo when llio plan of a bridge over the Potomac at thu foot of New York neuue was llrst mooted, the Senate inquired of the Secretary of Wnr ns to the kind of bridge most suitable to bo constructed at that point. The Sect clary yesterday transmitted thcrepoitof Colonel Ilaiui, the engineer olllccr in charge of the Potom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CBIXKJ, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APKIL. 20, lbUO. GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. Innlilltty to Hat Loses Another dnmo The Now Iluvoun 1'lny To-llny The llmnblnno Club Meeting To-AIor-nm'i Hie riclit aenornl Notes. The Wnshingtpng dropped nuother game lo tlio llnrlfords, simply uecauw tlicy could not hit tlio boll when It wai ncocBBnry and liccauso tlio homo pitchers wero wild nnd Ineffective. Mnloncy Tvns very wild nnd sent mnn after mnn to linens on balls, and flnnlly, with the buses full, fotccd in n run. Then JIaee v ns put In nnd for several Innings did very well, but tho visitors Anally got tho hang of his delivery aud batted very freely. Fngnn, who pitched for the visitor, was vciy effective, nnd proved n complete enigma to tho "Washlngtons. lie received excellent support in the Held, nnd in fact tho Holding on both diilcs wns botler thnn in nny previous jrninc. To-day tlio Now Havens play hero, and n good gamo ought to result...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 23 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CKTCTO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APBIIi 23, 1890. IT U U4 . s I r WASHINGTON CRITIC any avnoiALR. Excitement on Havonth Stroot. Tho creditors' sale of $200,000 worth of lino tailortnado olothlng Is now guliiconnnd villi contlnuo for a aliott time oily TI1I5 Mock Is from tlio largoit clothing firm of Boston, who lately (ailed, and whoso no counts must bo soltlcd lho entire stook must bo converted Into cish The agents liavo been Instructed to soil tho stock at tho following price: Men's every day pants, 60 tents: former prlco SI. Moti'i evening pants, SI, furuior retail prlco $' 50. Mon s dross panls, $2 21: former prlco $5. Men's suits. 82 50; former prl 0 S5V). Jlen's buslnoss sulls, si; former prtoa 89. Men's oxtra cowl business suits, $0 60; former j.rlco fit Men's dress suits lit J860, l0nnd 1J, which are worth more than douhlo. Hoy's suits at SJ 60, $.V0, SI. SS and 810, worth moro than double Children's sulH nt 75 cents, S1S5, SITS, SJ50 and $8.60, worth double Kmo pan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 April 1890

The Washington Critic. 22D YEAJR NO. 6,781. WASHINGTON, D. 0 THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 2 L, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. A Bool Name. A GOOD NAME is cer tainly better than riches in the business world. That is why we never "per mit a customer to leave our store dissatisfied with their purchase. We AIM to get the GOOD WILL of theeo pie, and our largely IN CREASING business shows that we have been SUC CESSFUL. Our GOODS, our PRICES and our straigHt AMERICAN METHODS of doing busi ness make ' it an object for you to trade with us. Come in any day it suits your convenience and look over our EXCELLENT as sortment of Spring Over coats, Dress and Business Suits and Separate Trousers. Bring your boy along, too. We have one whole floor devoted to his needs, and can sell you a stylish dress or school suit for him that is perfectly RELIABLE and at prices that are NOT ex orbitant. v Robinson, PaM Co, The American Clothiers, 319 7TH ST. N- W. CHIEF HULL'S .RESIGNATION Asked for In Malm Itooiu for Itussel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 April 1890

iSMmrimSagr min.iii,irgiiTr-.;iiirujiiLflaa THE WASHINGTON CE1TIC, TIirUKDAY EVENIHG, APRIL 24, 1890. B- WASHINGTON CUITIC EJiBRV BVCBNINO nv tiic WAMIINUTON CUITIC COMPANY. 11ALLET KILUOUEN, rni-MiresT. 43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, H. C. TERMS 01' SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postage prepaid), 1 year 8 M ' " " 1 month. ... to) Carrier! In tho city. 1 month ' AtlrircM THE CUITIC, on D Street, Wellington, I'. C. "WASHINGTON, APItIL SJ, lfifJO. mi: kaimvav l'ltont.iiM. The lefcrence once more to the Dis Irlct Commissioners of the project for lemoving the tinchs of tlio B. & P. Ilailroatl from Sl.xlh street, -anil of ac commodating lliu trafllc of the road Into and through the city In such way ns to cause least ilcliltucnt to property hi Souui "Washington, brings tlio whole matter under consideration again. The pioposcil plan Is that nftcr January 1, IbOJ, the road shall enter the city along tho northern shore of the Eastern Bianch, at a point between L and M street south; .thonco ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUUBBDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1800. -J , "J : THE TALK OF LONDON. NEWS AND GOvSSIP CABLED FROM ACROSS THE SEA. Itnsala nml tlio Labor Itororm Move ment Child Labor Disapproved by Imperial Council German Catho lics Hold tlio Jlnlnnce or l'owor, London, April 24. Altiiougli tlio Hussion Government for various rea sons, chiefly bccaiiEo of the peculiar social nnil economic condition of tlio country, took no part In tlio labor con ference recently lichl In Berlin, It is plain (lint some, at least, of tho ques tions there discussed have found con Mdcrntlou in tlio councils of tho Northern Empire. The action of tho imperial Council in passing a bill prohibiting the employment in fac tories and workshops of children under 12 years of ago Is n concession to popular demand and tho dictates Of Immunity that is most surprising to thoso familiar with tlio ltussian abhor rence of Innovations, especially of a conciliatory character or of anaturo calculated to lighten tho burd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 24 April 1890

afaMttifflg zmmmz ..,, nXLVte. THE WASHINGTON CKXTIC, TnTflSDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1890. WASHINGTON CRITIC a ITT ft visa I ALB, Incitement on Seventh Street, , Ttio creditors' smlo of ax),000 worth of lino tiillor mailo clothing Is now going on and vlllconllnuo for a short time only. Thli Mi.ck Is from tlio Intgest clothing llrm of Jloitim, who lately failed, mid whoso no counts ronst bo settled The entire stook tnujt lie converted Into cash Tlio nRentH have beon Instructed to sell the stock nt tlio lolloHliigpricos: Men's every day pants, 00 t ents; former lirlco SI. Men's evening punts, 91 firmer letnll rlco $J.M. Jlon 8 dios raiits, S3.S3; formor price 85. Men's stiltx, sswj former prlco 85 Bf). Men s liuslnoss Riiltn, 31; former prlco $9. Men n oxtra cond uuslnesssiilts.JD&O; formor pikojll Men's dress suits nt SfiO, lionncl !.'. vilitch tire worth moio tlinti double Hoy's Milts at $1.D0, J.'.'O, SI, $s and $10, wot 111 more than doublo. Children's suits nt T5 rents, SI S3, ...

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