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

The Washington Obitio. 22D YEAH NO. 6,787. W ASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1890. PEICE TWO CENTS. .. U JS 1 Br-a ' I ) r IT Is very amusing to read the claims of some of our competitors. They claim to have the best goods be cause they make them. Now, it is true beyond question that no one firm controls the art of making stylish and reliable .clothing. "WE do not have to take what is sent to us by some one who is two hundred miles away, but we go right into the market- and SE LECT the BEST goods and CHOICEST patterns from each of a dozen or more re liable firms. Consequently, we can get a better selection than If we had to depend on the products of one house. See OUR elegant line of Sack and Cutaway Suits in all the newest fabrics and latest colorings. All thor oughly tailored and OUR guarantee of their reliability. Robinson, Parker&Co Reliable Clothiers, 319 7TH ST. N. W. OCTUGENATIIANS OUT, Asking for Divorce When They Oucht to Know Better. Columbus, Ohio, May 1. Ju...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 May 1890

mMatsraacjresaMiwaEMMir'a SSSiSiwwjwi iVtavVDHWufttf " TUB WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING,' MAY 1, 1890. L J U -? u i ? ix - ft 1 ;; r WASHINGTON CRITIC ESIBRV DUEN1NO I1T Tim WAhltlXO'ieN OltlTlO comi'aw, JULLET KILBOURN, PnnMDENT. S-J3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C TKIIMB OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ef rmill (postngo prepaid), 1 year. .. .$00 " " " 1 month . M Canim In tlio city. 1 raoutli 15 Address THE CHIT1U, 913 D Street, Washington, J) C "WASHINGTON, MAY 1, 1390. A SUW MUOK UW, The bill which C'oiiptcss 14 expected sd, the instance of the Commissioners to )ass for tbe legulatlon of tlio liquor IrnJllc Js one which will commend itself to the gpod sense of the citizens of tbe District, lubes the wholesale liquor license at $1500 and makes it necessary Jo pay $000 for a lctnll or bai-iootn license. vcvy other feature of the bill will be approved as soon as it is examined, and it is n every way satis factory that Commissioner Douglass should have drawn up an net calculated ip wi...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 May 1890

THE WASHINGTON GRIT&J, THURSDAY EVENTING, MAY 1, 1890. i LAW OF RETALIATION, will all. europecombine against the united states? Dutchmen Protesting Against the In Jury Dono Them hy Our VrotcctlTe I'olloy The Added Duties nn Suma tra Wrnppera Umlon Gossip. London, Slay 1. Tt has been ex pected here for soino time that tlie Dutch Government would retaliate In some manner for the injury dono to its to bacco trade by tho added duties laid noon Sumatra wrappers by the United Slates. The Amsteidain factors and tho colonial growers alike havo ve licinuitlv protested to Tho Hague against tho damage to a business which bad grown to enormous proportions and demanded a tax upon American petro-t lcinn as a retaliatory measure. Tho proposition will almost surely meet with favor, notwithstanding tho protests of some conservative states men. A slJsbtduty upon tho American article would throw tho business Into tho hands of the Russians, and Antwerp importers, who do tho bulk of tho con tinental...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 1 May 1890

THE WASHINGTON CHTTIC, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1890. :r i I' ) 3J ; r. i; l K I WASHINGTON CUITIC OITT 9VJXOJAJ.H, W, II. Ilonclilon A t'o.M Kxlru Itur KHlns hiiiI llHliii'imiiMitn, Tills prominent nml well known firm, nt 131R uml laso street northwoit, will opun It) day llielr ccroml poiiliil unlo fur only ono week. Tholrobjcrt will bo to giro you tlio liost iiossllilobarcalna tti (lno furtiltiiM. This great bargain sale Is strictly for cash. Tlioy uro displaying nn linmoiitu stock In nil tlio ucwctl ctjluanntl grndos In inttliw, rang ing In prlco from tt) to llo. Tholrliecd uml Italian furnlltiro must lio neon nml oxamlued tn lio Only npnrt'ulittul. A largo nsiorttnent rfbahy riurliigos, sold on tlio Itistnllmnut Man. small oath pnymont, balance wookly. fee their S10 carriages they nro perfect beauties. aim Nntlonul Hnro Dopoutt Ciimpiiny, Cor. loth Sti nml N, Y, Avenue. Htoingo for SlWorwaro, iluwolry. Lnces, I Ino UootU anil valuables of nil kinds. Cl.niRCB moderate. Safes for ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 2 May 1890

The Washington Obit 10. 22D YEAH NO. GJ88. WASHINGTON, D. C FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1890. PTUCE TWO CENTS. Children's Novelties. IF you want to see the NOBBIEST small boys' COS TUME in the city just glance in our east window at the dark red ROYAL MIDDY REEFER and sash with white SAILOR trousers. It is too early yet to go without an outside garment. Our stock of light-weight OVER COATS for ALL ages and REEFERS for small boys are the correct things for these cool mornings and evenings. For the little tots who- do not yet wear pants we are showing the best and prettiest assortment of KILT suits ever shown in Washington, and the prices ARE.NOT acro batic either. They are not firstSway up, then down and then up again, but ARE mark ed at first as LOW as POSSIBLE and sold at ONE price. W e h ave everything that you can wish for in suits, overcoats, separate trousers and furnishing goods for youths, boys and chil dren. All atthe LOW EST possible PRICE consistent with RE LIABILITY. Give us a ...

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

mlMiii1MwT'l imiiinUfffHi THE WASHINGTON 0HIT1O, FlUDAY EVEK1N& ) 2, JL8Ji). wy mwnwaaw Mb in ? i t vANmGTn ciutk ItiSBRV B13N1NC El tub WASHINGTON OlttTlO COMPANY. HALLS r KIMlOl UN, rnrMorir. &l& D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON,!) V. TERMS OP SUBSCRHTION. By wall (postage prepaid), 1 year SM " " " 1 month ... M Carrlenln tlieolty. lmontb . Addfcas THE CRITIC, 91) D Street, as liltigton, I). I' WASHIXGTOi?! MAY 2. 100. 5IAV-DAY IJl'.MON&TltATlONS. In accordance with Tjit; Cuitic'h sur mises there wore no noteworthy out fit inks cither In .America or l'uropo yes terday. This fact may bo accepted as indicating the growing wisdom of work lngmcii. Sttikes, especially when marked by violence, do not advance the rausc of labor and workingnicn seem heginning tn realize this truth. All the same the fact that there Is so close an nccoid between liibbrinz men the world over is eiy significant. ltshadows foilh In vagno outliues the tremendous possibilities which may lie in the ...

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

THJE3 WASHINGTON CltlTIO, 1?BIDAY EVENING-, MAY 2, 1890. i ' ''' FUN IN THE BARROOMS the new system of liquor selling IN BOSTON. Mtlnklnc tolnuroly nt Tallica Iriittmil of Stnnlllne M tho Mnr Ilinv tliii rlnn lVorki Incidents or PI rut Day Tlio Wnllorn Mcllchted, Boston, May 2. Tlioro was fun In Boston barrooms ycstcrdny over the now order of things. Young's Hotel was tho first to ohoy the police order to closo tho 'bars, without waiting for tho twenty dnyB of grace. A thirsty Malnn man was the first patron. Ho leaned up ogalnst tho empty bar, and tills dla logilo ensued: "Ghnino a kIh cocktail." "Unn't do It hero. 1'ako n neat at ft table." . "Well, give me A plain whisky,' then," "Tnko a scat, ulr, and wo will All 3 our order." "How about n glass of water, dim. mo one and I'll drink It If poisons mo," roared the now thoroughly exasperated man. "Can't even do that sir," sold tbo barkeeper. Badly. "It Is ogalnst our orders to glvo any drinks over tho bar, nnd, although, of course, w...

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

THE WASHINGTON C1JUTI0. FRTDA.Y EVENING, MAY 2, 1890. Washington cumc OITX HVaiALH, A Onril. Alout six yonis ago I cnuogcd In Iho I mi 1 nslnosn In a small wny.und each "iiccoiyl Ing jeer ncarh doubled the business ot the jciir piiivlous. purc-tia-dug of Mr Frank II lle'guoof l.nngor. Mo , tho lawst portion l Hid fo tupplv Bictlnl. Mr Clcrgue, ono of tho largest Ico dealers In tlil'iountrj, w Plludpal owner of tbr plendld plant known n. tlio l'ci ot'H'ut lllvci Ire fmnpaiiy, from which I hud received such a choice and abundant supply. Tho I'cpobtint Illvcrlin. Its source Initio reeky nountalns of Alalnc fow eltlc line llcouro to the ten. 1M waters nro unur passed for purity, and with rapid ourront wo sot an excellent Ice, froo from air and Im purity, and Its deep channel admit' the largest vosel. Tho I'onobicot property being a lunostlng, ami mlnca retail or ills trlbullng plant, known ns tlio "WHIM loo l! mpauy," It nt docided between us to o am blue tho two pronutlos uud form a it...

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

The Washington Oeitio 22D YEAH NO. 6,789. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, .MAY JJ, 1S90. FftJCE TWO CENTS. ft nil m Suitor M Expires Sua Mr To-Day. The Distinguished Kcntuckian Falls Dead at the 8, and P, ot Within a Fow Feet of the Scene of Garfield's Martyrdom. Scuntor Beck dropped dead at the Baltimore and Potomac Depot, at Sixth and D streets, a lew minutes before 4 o'clock this afternoon. Ho had just returned from New York, and was leaving tho train, In company with his daughter, Mrs. Goodloo, wlfo of Paymaster Goodloo of the Mailne Corps. He hud reached the gate separating; the depot proper from tho train shed when ho fell and expired In about five minutes. Just as he passed through tho gate he mndo tho remark: "1 feel dizzy," and began to stagger, falling In the arms of his prlvato secretary and his daughter. Ife was Immediately carried to th supciintcndcnt's office and a telephone message scut to the National Hotel- for n physician. Uefore one arrived the Fcnator was dea...

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

rilE WASHINGTON 01UTI0, BATtTBDAY EVENING, MAT? 3, 18U0. WASHINGTON CRITIC EiiERV BUBNINO BT THE WASUINGTON OlttTIO COUl'ANY. IIALLET KILROUHN, PitESiDENT. 943 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, P.O. TERmToK SUBSC1HPTI0N." By roalt (postage prepaid), 1 year $3 00 " " " 1 month 50 Carriers In tlio city, lmonth 35 Address THE CRITIC, W3 D Strcot, Washington, D. 0 WASHINGTON. MAY i), 1800. liisMAUCK svaausTS Hint there nio Xv, a tides to tlio labor question. lie fenrs Hint llio ctTcct of tho eight-hour imitation and of tho discussion of the wngo question may discourngo em ployers to such nn extent tlmt tlioy will abandon the struggles Into which they havo been lately foiccd. This is a view of the subject well worthy of tho consideration of tho general public, and especially of tho labor leaders. Of coiusc, It Is not to bo presumed that business will bo generally abandoned by employers. At the same time, It is proper to keep in mind tho fact that capitalists may seek some employment for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 May 1890

-yyrmaaroimBnuiiUMntpMi THE WASHINGTON OHJTIO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1SJ0. IBB VISITORS' GDE. THE GOVERNMENT BDILDINOS. I'liTlMf Squnrofli Stntucfl, (lardon, nnil Other I'uliits or Attrnctloln TOE WAY TO lllUmi TIIE3I, Washington Is fast boeomlnB tlio most at tractive city of tho country. As tho Cnpllnl of tbo Nation Itprosontsmoro objeots of lntcront to the visiter than any otlior on tbocontlnont, and nbrlof directory of Its prominent points will bo of Bcrvlco to tho vast numbor of por eons who annually resort to tho polltloal metropolis. Tor It Is estimated thatovor thrco hundred thousand utruneers pay a visit ovory vtar tu this city to behold tlio varied obleotB of Interest which so thickly stud tho bislorlo 'Ten Miles Suuaro." The System of Numbering Houses. Numbers are displayed over tho entrances to all housi-s, and tho deolmal Byslom. as adopted In Philadelphia. Is usod onolmndrod 'numbers bcliiK allotted to each square or phioK comnicnolns at First street west, run nine w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 3 May 1890

THE WASIIIXdTON CRITIC, SATC'KDAY WVKNINCS-, MAY 3, 1890. ARDWICK JlxILIvjJlI 1 k $-IOO. IvQTS FOR 150 FEEf11- '- v!!-A-JLv: L rt JtHf .ife CASH RfiD pe$ mo KTH- -i.?f $10 $5 PI '? h ARDWICK HEIGHTS is situated on the Balti The neighborhood Is lamed for Its beauty and salubrity, clearest and purest water abound and there is a famous is no land nearer the city more desirable for a suburban When it is considered that Ardwick Heights can over one cent a foot, Is readily apparent, The lots are p Advantages. Proximity to Washington. Adjoining the Station. Attractive Scenery, Healthful Surroundings. Immunity from Malaria. ' ". Numerous Daily Trains. Quarterly Commutation Tickets, not1- much in excess of city car fare. " High Ground. The Finest Water in Abundance. Chalybeate Springs. lv v- ," Unlimited Shade. ""V ' ,-' Picturesque Water Courses. . k. "',' "' Cheap Lots. Easiest Terms. "-" - - T Washington- critic OZTI' BV-EC1.1LH, Tlio Town (.one Urnyl" Thl was thooxprosslon of r. T. Hall,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 5 May 1890

fiMMtmm'mtim.u ikmmM The Washington Ceitic. 22D YEAK NO. 6,790. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. Vr READ THIS. lO you read adver tisements? Do you ever stop to miNis. when reading them whether they are FACTS or the products ol a FERTILE Imagination ? We have no professional advertiser to dress up in flowery language the ordi nary announcements of trade. WE invite the most RIGID comparison of our VERTISEMENTS and GOODS, knowing full well that you will always find that they AGREE to the letter. B. ROBINSON &C0 Have yoli purchased a spring suit for your boy? If not, the proper place to buy is HERE at HEADQUAR TERS lor Youths', Boys' and Children's Outfittings. We can sell you a good, serviceable Short Pants School Suit for $3.50, $4 and $5, from that up to the FINEST made. OUR assortment of Long Pants Suits has no equal in the city. We have an all wool, stylish and reliable suit for $10. Others at $12, $14, $15, $18 and $20. All good values at the pri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 5 May 1890

J AOSte, SiSfr,,lltQlfi;ijli?iiii'iliu5'i WASHINGTON CRITIC - -- EJiERV BSIBN1NO BY THE TVASIllNt.'lON OKI riO COSU'INY. HALLET KILBOl'HN, PjirinnsT. iJ3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. " TERMS OF BUlJHCHIPriON. JJy mall (postage prepaid), 1 year ST 00 " " " 1 month . W ranters In the city. 1 inontli V Addri THK CKITIC, 01311 .Street, Washington, I) C WASHINGTON, MAY 5, 189o! Tin: i.ati: sknaiok iii:ok. 'Ilio ilcnth of Senator Heck Is Ulllo fchoit of a national calamity. Ho was cue of tlio ftw nun left who had par ticipated in tlio poH helium discussion? of the j enrs succeeding tho great war lieiiod, and by leason of that ohcum stnncc ho wns one of those who left 3if 8 Impicss on the legislation which lliat period rendered necessary. Mr Beck brought to tlio discharge- of lils duties knowledge, honesty, fidelity nml diligence. In behalf of what ho thought wns light his determination was invincible and his intellectual io .sources were completely available. Economic subjects ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 5 May 1890

"-Virfnwziwnmiimummm THE' WASHIttG'pON CBITIO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY S, 1890. GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. lUtnlnlnc Its I.tml Imllcnntlon Over the Lnon UnteChnnceii ,n "l0 Circuit Tim Miller Fc1t To'I)iy. Jlooiiiiinhcrs CntiKlit. VrtSlilnglon' rotnlncd its leftil la tho Atlnntlo Association by defeating the weak "Wilmington team on Saturday In n very onouldcd contest. Tho gamo Was especially (llstliifiulslictl for tho lino pitching of JIaloncy, who hold tho Delaware hoys down to three scattering lilt. Tho Wn&liingtonn put up nearly a perfect fielding game, and they seem nt Inst to have struck their gait In this respect. The Ncwarlis nro just behind tho local team in tho championship race, and Washington will have to play tome excellent ball during tho re mainder of tho week if It expects to como homo in tho lead. Hill Is the only man on tho team who Is not com ing up to expectations, but ho is gradu ally coming around all right and will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 5 May 1890

.. J -- THE WASHINGTON C1UTIO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1890. WASHINGTON CRITIC CITY JU'JfOIALH, Jrtinkn, In Urontcst Variety, Washington mailo, and n Rtnmlnrd reputa tion of thirl) four venrt, by tlio ollloot tho tlty, for superiority In Strength, lino Finish ami Durability, at tho waroroomi n Jajic H. Topiiav, lill PcnniyUanla luontto Factory, 1320 a Btrcct. AnhousorIliiac1i. New IIaven, Decombor 15, 1839. Tho Anhcusor-Buscli llrowlng Association, ft, Louis, Mo.: Oontlemon Tho samplo ot Faust Bcor lately received from you lor analysis lias In 100 parts by wolght tho following composi tion: Total solid oxtract C.330 Alcohol.. ,, ,,,,, 3.190 Carbonic acid km e. r5 Water 83.375 100 000 Systematic search has failed to show tho presencoof any adulterant, and tho oompo sltion Is very Blrallar to that of tho Host lleor of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc., 8. W.Joiiisom. Trotossor of Chomlstry. Yale CoIIogo. Washington llranch: Fir street and Virginia avenno southwest, FHANK SCIIWAKZ, Manager...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 6 May 1890

"" hiivt i.jv .. i jmnj ,j '!)fcgtoJst'WMI'iwiHMiwirtiiw The Washington Obit 22D YEAR NO. 6,791. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 0, 1890. PBIOE TWO GENTS. . Ammimmn ic. 1 I READ HID REFLECT. THE efforts putforth by houses like OURS are fully AP PRECIATED by the citizens of Washing ton. They evidently be lieve in buying dry goods of drygoods stores, crockery at a china store, grind stones of hardware dealers and CLOTH ING of an establish ment that makes a SPECIAL business of READ Y-MADE CLOTHING. By this course bet ter values are given and better service rendered. Ourbusinessis cloth ing exclusively. Come in and let us put you on our list of custom ers. We can refer you to any of the well dressed men you meet; in fact, ask any one where to buy re liable clothing and the answer will be: BOBIHSOH, PARKER & CO., 310 Seven til Street X. YV. fE are prepared to show you the FIN EST assortment of Cutaway, Sack and Frock Suits, Spring Overcoats, Separate Trousers and Fancy Vests t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 6 May 1890

, nm unfimMfci..i. fc.. u. Iii THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, IA5Y 6, 1SS10- ,. T IV 1 J is I ) ft's 4 14 fc- "WAsuiMrro critic ?k EUBRV BUBNINO I1V TUB WASHINGTON ClliriU COMPANY. IIALLEV KILBOtliN, Pm.uEir. S'43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. O. TERMS OP 8UBSCMPTION. By mall (postngo prepaid), 1 year 85 00 " " " 1 month JO Carrlcisln thocltv. linoutli 8B Address THBCKITIC, BIS I) Street, Washington, 1). e. WASHINGTON, MAY 0. Tm7 A CITY I'OSTOI'IMUi:. The nciecment of the IIouso and Son ntc committees to co operate In arriving nt a decision foi a site on which a city Tiostofllco may be erected Is an encour using fact. The cltlens of Wnshtng tou have been so frequently disappointed In their expectations of obtaing sultablo jioital conveniences that they arc not disposed to be bo caption1! In regard to any arrangement that may be proposed. But tbcie arc two points In tho matter which should be carefully considered. One Is that none of the public reserva tions should be c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 6 May 1890

"...5r.t. t . tuwumnuB' iMrpiiwifciwvffrwwtfi ' vn j3--- .Atm """Ip-? " T5;EU WASHINGTON OBITXO, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 18iK). r t " GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. lfnslilneton TTln Another antno-Tlio Newnrlt Team to lie Transferred J.'njolnlnc ti l'lnyer Young nml Nnlllvnn to rightGeneral Nnten. TlioWnshingtons succeeded in win ning nnotlior gnmc from Wilmington yesterday, nnd through tho defeat of the Newark Club gatucd consldorablo lead In tho pennnnt race. Tho gnmc was n pitcher's battle, and while both were effective thcVIlmlngton'rann was not given Rood support, while McCoy as. Tho Holding of the Washlngtons wns first class, O'llrlcn's work at sec ond being especially fine. Ho hid fourteen chances and accepted all but one, and also assisted In two double plays. Iladeralso distinguished hlra sell by a one-handed catch of ft line ball. Washington will play its lastgamo in Wilmington to-day, and it ought to win tho game as easily as It h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 6 May 1890

"TlWftngm - s THE WASHINGTON CKITIC, TUESDAY EVENING-, MAY 6, 1890. . WASHINGTON CRITIC i . oxtx Bvr.a ialu. Xho National Sato Deposit Company, Cor, lMUHt. nml N. V, Avonuo. Storago for Silverware, Jowolry. Laoos, Flno Goods and valunblos of nil klndi Charges modorato. Hnfo deposit boxes tor tent at tbo very lowest ratos. A dhensor- Hunch. New Haven, Dooombor IS, 1833. Tho Anlicuscr-Busch It rowing Association, ( t. Louis, Mo.: Clonllotuon-Tho samplo of Faust Door latoly rocolvod from you lor analysis has In 100 parts by wolght tbo following compost lloni Total solid extract C.8S0 Alcohol 3.300 Carbonlo acid gas 353 Wator 89.33 100.00J Systematic search lias fnllod to show tho presoncoof any adulterant, anil tho compo n'tlon Is very similar to that of tho Host lioor of Munich and Vienna. Yours, oto., S. W. Johnson, Trofossor of Chomlstry, Valo College. Washington Ilrancb: Fir street and Virginia avonuo southwest, FHANK SCnWARZ, Maungor. Thono.37Jl. XV. II. Houghton Co.'s Hxtrn IJar ...

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