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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 13 May 1890

The Washington Critic. 22D YEAR NO. 6,797. WASHINGTON, D. C TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 3 3, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. i lit ft Query: Why is it that after look ing at the goods advertised at the great mark-down and slaughter sales the people come here and buy ? The Answer1. Because they have their fcjes open. They know, that no merchant will sell his goods for less than cost and they are fully satisfied that our goods and prices are the best values. That is the reason that whenever there is a cut-rate sale in progress our business always in creases. See the splendid values in Men's Suits that we are showing at all prices from $io to $35; each and every one a bargain; all of them marked now at the prices that they will besold for, and are not to be cut in half later on. Do not fail to inspect the superb assortment of Black Cheviots and Thlbits, in all styles of garments, Prince Albert, Frock, Cutaways, Single and Double-breasted Sacks, all made and trimmed in the best manner, or they wDuld no...

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. — 13 May 1890

W. erjsaar- x" mfflwawwaanwJ .r-i -i THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING-, MA3? 13, 1890. SJ U WASHINGTON CRITIC H i . EJiERV BUBNIMO Bi TIIL WASHINGTON (JltiriO COMPANY. I1ALLET KILUOlUtN, Phesidkmt 5-J3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON,!) C TEitMs of suiiscnirnoN. By mall (postngo prepaid), 1 yoar $5 00 " " " 1 month . 60 Carriers In tlic oily, lmonth B Ad dro ran CRITIC, 913 D Street, Washington, IJ u WASHINGTON, MAY 1 1 IS'),) ASSOBAOUIII'NT. From tills ilny forth The Cjiitic will to devoted to tlic ndvoency of Demo crntic principles. It Mill bo wholly In dependent ns regards men, ami even ns lerjanla menstues not Itilieicntly Demo cratic; but the cause of reform In tlio tariff, In the civil service nnd In tlio methods by wlilrli tho right of suffrAge Is cAcrciscd will ft ml In The Cuitic n faithful, untiring and, wo hope, Intclli. gent chnnipion. At tlio curliest possible moment nnd by way of demonstrating our faith In icform at home ns well as abroad, Wo MialirbringoutTHKCiti...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 13 May 1890

v THE WASHITON OTITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, !AY 13, 1890. BIB BRIGHTER SIDE. HARRISON ALTHOUGH NOT AQREAT PRESIPENT IS A GOOD MAN. An Account or AM tho Money In tho United States The 1'reslrietit of the 'Western Union Telegraph Com pany ns n Wit. Tho Presidents of tho TJnltcil Stntcs may not nil hiwo been great mon, but nmonjt thorn nil thoro lins not boiia 11 urttl man. President Unrrlson Is nn In stance. Democrats who nbhor hU politics ami republicans who nro dis gusted with his administration hnvo come to feel n sort of nffection for him pertonnlly on account of tho good, kind human naturo that Is in him. IIo showed It when Secretary Dlnlno mot with the series of bereavements which decimated his family; ho" showed It when that terrible calamity camo upon tho household of Secretary Tracy. Nobody could havo noticed how he supported Secretary Tiacy and tho other sorrowing members of his family In that tcrriblo trial without feeling that ho was a good deal of a man. All tho ridicule and ...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 13 May 1890

3H sauisct( 'J A' M THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1890. 'vie If ' k WASHINGTON CRITIC a iTT urjsoiAJ.a, Tho Eoklngton cars will take yoil wltlili one block ol tlio Circus. Muililon rluiiimrr. Style In Furniture Carpets, JliiliV Cnrrltigos, otc, ' Tlil Ions catnblMicd Initnllmcnt homo, located at wo mill mi Povcntli street north west, I receiving lit full supply of nil kinds cu mcreuanuiso mai go 111 maxo up a com plete outfit for n comfortablo rosldonco. Ills mffi&fffiW&ftSfiffi what you need lu this rcttonslblo store, at chMi pilccs on tlio Installment plan, and mako your cwn terms. Uoods delivered on l rst payment, tilvo ldm a call. Xlio National Hafo Deposit Company, (lor, lGlu 8t. nnd N, V, Avenue, Htorago tor Silverware Jowolry, Laces, Fine Goods and valuables of all kinds. Charges moderate. Sato Uoposlt boxes for rent at tlio very lowest rates. Anlictifinr-ltuocli. New Haven, Dccctnbor 15, 1839. The Anhcuscr-Bujch lirowlng Association, fct. Louis, Mo....

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

The Washington Critic A 22D YEAH NO. 6,798. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1890. PB1CE TWO CENTS. Important to Parents THE parents or guar dians who have boys to clothe will make a big mistake if they fail to see our INC O M PA RAB L E stock before pur chasing. We specially want you to see the SU PERB assortment of SAILOR suitsfor boys from 3 to 1 0 years of age. Such pretty new effects have never been seen in Wash ington. Dark blue trimmed with white, white with red, blue with red, blue with gold and, in fact, most every color and com bination that you could call, for, all marked at B. ROBIN SON & CO.'S prices, which you know are the lowest ALWAYS for reliable goods. We have added quite . a number of new pat terns to' our already FINE stock of long pants suits for young men and boys, both in cutaway and sack styles, all cut, made and trimmed in the same FAULTLESS manner that isCHAR ACTERISTIC of all OUR garments. All at prices that are FAR BJELOW those charged by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 14 May 1890

SfcaaaswSS f& 'I vr I P"J-. WASHINGTON CRITIC EMERY SUBNINO ST THE svasuingion omrio wniiMNi, JIALtET KILDOUItN, Pnrsior.NT. ' &H3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON,!). C TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postage prepaid), 1 year.. .. 55 00 50 35 " " " 1 month. .. Carrier' In tho city. 1 month Adilrc THE OK1TIC, 943 D Street, Washington, D a "WASHINGTON, MAY U, 1S0O. outiiUts and i.uvKiig. A ;oiitspoiiileiit wlioc brief com munication t wc publish In nnotber column, appears to have reached tho conclusion that the views of Captain John Cowtlon aic sustained by those of that Illustrious scientist, tho late M. F. Maury. It Is barely possible that In some vague and indistinct way, Cap tain Cowdon may have hcaid of M. V Mnmy and that ho may have some HOtoplaemiu idea of what Maury thought about scientific matters. If Lieutenant Maury ever said that out lots would help to arrest the de posit of sediment in silt beariDg streams, which we gtcatly doubt, that clrcum Mnnre would prove, sim...

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

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WJ&DHESDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1890. rrr a GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. Washington Secures Its Klcventh Con acoutlvo Victory How Its flatnea Arc WonJnek Hopper' Itenellt To.Nlglit Kentucky Derby To-Day, Tho Waehlngtons lmtl no trouWo at all in defeating tho Wllmlnglons yes terday In an uninteresting iramc. The visitors fielded miserably, anil could not lilt the ball when It was needed, whllo tho local team played a fault'csi game, and hit Gllmoro's delivery all ovot tho fltld. Galllgan was put lu for tho first Inning, but tho Washington batters easily solved his curves and Gltmoro was subslltutcd. Very much to tho regret of his friends he made n very poor fchowlng. Wan after man was sent to his baso on balls, four wild -pitches con tributed their shato towards run-getting, and when tho ball was put near .tho plato It was vlciously.diivcn all over the field. Jordan mado a remarkable fly catch, and so did Coogan. OuUl...

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

-4 A-JKS'-iLjf THE WASHINGTON CUTTIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1890. :J W I1" I, WASHINGTON CRITIC oixr BVJWSALa. Tlio Ladles' rnvorlto Avonno Vry Goods Establishment. Wo havo reference to the popular nnd old ustahlNhcri houso of Mcsr William D. Clnrk ,V Co., which Is centrally located utNo. mi Market tjpitco nnd Pennsylvania avenue northwost. Mr. William I). Hark, thoBonlor pattnerof tlio linn, siilil to tlio business re porter of Tiik C'niTic tlint Ms Imslnoss this jear, nnd specially tills soason. Is far In ad vance; of that of lapt, nnd that ho vns much liloarcd with tlio liulnes prospeotK, nnd that when tlio weather was tlio least pro pitious they had all his corn of obliging Kalctncii could attend to. Among somo of their latest Importations Is n largo assort ment of hnndsotno India pongee, which nro flno and of tho soflost cotton fabrics. Thoio liongccs nro In euporb designs, nnd In great demand. Theso goods are especially suit able lor tlio present season. Thoy nlsohivo on ...

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

The Washington Critic 22D YEAH NO. 6,79D. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1890. PKJOE 1WO CENTS. FACTS vs. SENSATIONALISM. EVERY day in the year you can read SENSATIONAL ad vertisements of peo ple offeringto sell you goods at a loss. But if you go and examine the goods you will find that the adver tised price is MORE than their REAL value. Cheap, shoddy clothes are DEAR at any price. Even if you do not buy from US do not be persuaded to invest in a TRASHY suit WE would like"1 you to go and examine the goods and prices else where. Then come and look at OURS. If our fabrics are not the most STYLISH and DURABLE, our trim mings of the BEST quality, the work manship first-class and OUR prices the lowest fortheQUALI TIES, then you need not buy here. OUR range of prices for reliable suits is from $10to$35; for Spring Overcoats, from $ 1 0 to $30; for Separate Trousers, from $3 to $10. You will find splendid values for the price in all grades. Robinson, Parkerfi. Co. M The Amori...

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

M BiSm! THE "WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVEOTKrG, IAT? 15, 1890. Ai.-iB. L e:.:.z.v: m Washington critic BUI3RY EUDNiNO nr tub WASHINGTON CUI11U COMPANY, lIALLKr KIMIOURN, Pjumident. 43 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. 0. TERMS OP SUIlSCHIPriON. By nihil (postage prepaid), lyear ? no " " " lmontli 50 Carriers In the olty, 1 tnontli 33 Address THE CKITK3, 043 1) Street, Washington. I). 0. Washington, may w, isoa. Mlt. yiTAY SHOULD SPEAK. 'Die rumor Uiat Mr. Quay, the Penn sylvania Senator, contemplates an no tion ngninst tlio World newspaper o j'cw Yoik, excites a inoro or less vivid intcicst. Tlio entire country, whilst carina very little, If anything, about Mr. Quny personally, would greatly 1IU1 to know how a man of his nllegeil character could have himself sent to tho "United States Senate by a great and cultured and patriotic commonwealth, such as Pennsylvania; but, of course, this query must yield picccdencc to another and a more impoitant one: I5 Mr. Quay's character as bad...

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

TILE WASHINGTON CKITIO THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1890. Lf GOSSIP OF THE SPOUTS. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. Wnslilnctnn Wins Again Tho New nrks AVIil Ito Hero To-IJny The Clreat llrooklyn llttmllrnp To-Dny, The Slnrtora ntul Jockeys, "Washington won Its third gnmo of tho ferlcs from tlio Wllmlngtons yesterday, In tlio best ployed game of tho trlo.At ono stage of tho gnmo It looked very much as If the visitors might succeed In winning. They caught tho hang of McCoy's delivery and batted him out of the box. Phillips was substituted, and be succeeded in preventing any moro inn-gelling, but it was not until tho latter part of tho game that the local team was ablo to forgo ahead, which 1 did on Jack Wddlo's clean hit to center, which scored two men. Ilader made a remarkablo running catch in the last innln?, which ended the game. It looked good for at, least two, If not three bases, and, had ho not caught It, the result would havo been decidedly closer. O'Brien was ...

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

THE WASHINGTON CXttTIO, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1890. K 1S II' WASHINGTON CRITIC CITY BVAOIALB. Tli rallies' rnvorlto Avontio Wry Goods Establishment. Wo havo rrferenco to ttio popular and old Oitabllshod houso of Messrs William 1) Clark A Co., which la centrally located nt No. all 3Iarkot Space nnd l'ontmlvnnlu ruomio northwest, Kir, William I)i Clark, thoscnlor partner of the Arm, said tothobuMnoss ro porter of The Cmnc that his business this year, and especially this soason, Is tar In ad ranco of that of last, and that ho was muoli pleased with tho huslnoss prospects, and that when tho weather was tho least pro pltlous thoy nail all his corps of obliging nalesmcn could attend to. Among soma of their latest Importations Is a largo aaort ment or handsome India pongee, which aro flno and of tho softost cotton fabrics. Thoso pongocs aro In superb doslgns, nnd In great demand, Theso goods nro ospoclally sult nblo lor tho present soa't n. Thoy also havo on their countors a beautiful ...

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

The Washington Critic A 22D YEAH NO. 6,800. WASHINGTON, D. Cm FBIDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1890. P1UCJB TWO CENTS. HI 111 IT 7 OUR CLAIMS, E claim better that there is no Boys' and Chil dren's Clothing made than is to be found in our store. E claim that our styles and patterns are the very newest to be seen in this country. V E claim that our clothinjr is made and trimmed equal to the best mer chant-tailor garments. V E claim to fit Young Men, and Children of all sizes and shapes, long, regular or stout. E claim to be the original Boys' and Children's Clothiers in America, and the only ones in Washington. E claim to have every es sential thing in the line of Clothing and Fur nishing Goods for Youths, Boys and Chil dren. E claim to have a fixed price and not to deviate from it and guarantee it to be the lowest for the quality. E claim that shall be told goods, and dissati&fied the truth about our if you are with your purchase return it and getyour money. ou recognize these as correct ...

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

WASHINGTON CRITIC E1ZBRY BUENINP V THE TCASIUNCnON OKI riO L'OJtt'ANY, HALLKT KILIlOUHN, rnrnENT. 93 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, P. C. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postago prepaid), 1 year ,.$5 00 " " "1 month 50 Carriers in tho city. 1 month 35 Addrms THECK1TIC, S13U Street, Wnhlngton, r. c. "WASHINGTON. MAY 10, 1800, a si'i:cimi:n uctliti. Perhaps the most rcmnrknblc recent contribution to "outlet" literature wai a communication which nppcaretl somo days aoo, ocr the slgnntuic of Mr. 1J. . Cnmp, In our esteem til contempo rary the 1'ost. In this communication llr. Cnmp submitted the fnsclnatiug proposition that a channel, opened fiom the Jlisblsslnpl lllvcr Into Lnlio Kornc, nt n point sonic little distance below 2ncw Orleans, would sec.ire two valu able results: First. It would lower the level of the liver many feet nt New Orleans nnd points above, nnd Pcconilly. It would enable the Hood tides to precipitate great volumes of sea water Into the liver, which sea water, being...

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

THE WASHINOTOH CRITXO, FBIDAY EVENING, MAY 16, 1800. GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS. NEWS. OF THE BALL FIELD, PACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. Washington nt Last Loses n Grime Heavy It fitting lly Ilotli Tennis Siiiiiluy annioi Troiiblo In the Ilrotticrliood, A young man named Mnco, who toe Iobrs to this city, but who Is playing Imll for Newark with eight other men, nil of whom are under tho guldanco of Sam Trott, plnycd a gamo of hall at Atlantic Park yesterday. To bo sura the Washington team was thoro, but It never had anything to do with the gnmc, for the visitors took a command ing lend In tho second Inning and In created It nt every jump. Talk about batting. Why, hoth teams batted like fiends, and tho only dlfferenco was that the local team made Its hits after two men were out, while- tho Newarks hit tho hall whenuver they pleased. They had a delightful tlmo with Mnlonoy, and they mndo tho Washington fielders de cidedly weary. Base hit after base hit was rapped out to right, loft and ccntro, a...

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

) THE WASHINGTON CKITIO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1890. ' WASHINGTON CRITIC O ITT BPJSaiAZB. lluddcn'a Buuimor Stylos In Furnlturo, Cnrpet", llnbjr Carriages, oto. This lone-otnbllshod Installment liotuo, locatodatfao nml OW Sovonth stroot north went, Is rccolvlng Its full supply of nil kinds ot merchandise that en to inako up n coin ploto outfit for a comfortablo rosldonoo. Ills now stock of ltcfrlgcrators, Baby Carrlngos nnd Matting Is cotnpleto. You can And Just what you ncod In this responsible storo. at cash ptlcos on tho Installment plan, and rnako your own tcrms4 Goods dollvered on i rst payment- CJIvo him a call. Tho Nntlnnnl Safe Dopostt Company, Cor. lnth St. nml N. Y, Avonuo. Htorago for Bllvorwaro. Jewelry. Lnces, Flno Uoods and valuables of all kinds. Charges moderate Sato doposlt boxes for rent at tho vory lowost rates. Anliensfir-llttscti. Mew IIayxn, Docerabor 15, 1SS9. Tho Anhcusor-Buscb Browing Association, Ft. Louis, Mo.: Gcntlomon Tho samplo of Faust Boor lately r...

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

Pee Washington 0. 22D YEAH NO. 6,801. WASHINGTON, D. C SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1890. PiaOE TWO GENTS. r FACTS vs. SENSATIONALISM. EVERY day in the year you can read SENSATIONAL ad vertisements of peo ple offering to sell you goods at a loss. But if you go and examine the goods you will find that the adver tised price is MORE than their REAL value. Cheap, shoddy clothes are DEAR at any price. Even if you do not buy from US do not be persuaded to invest in a TRASHY suit. WE would like" you to go and examine the goods and prices else where. Then come and look at OURS. If our fabrics are not the most STYLISH and DURABLE, our trim mings of the BEST quality, the work manship first-class and OUR prices the lowest for the QUALI TIES then you need not buy here. OUR range of prices for reliable suits is from $10to$35; for Spring Overcoats, from $10 to $30; for Separate Trousers, from $3 to $10. You will find splendid values for the price in all grades. Robinson. Parker &Coi I! The Amori...

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

WASHINGTON CRITIC rEJrjJJtT: !&$$(? 4f "v5fffili EUBRV BUBNINO BT TIIK WASU1NG1UN CKIT1U COUI'ANV, II ALLOT KlLBOURN, 1'jifinBST. 943 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON. P. C. TERMS OV SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postngo prepaid), 1 year 85 CO " " " ltnontli 60 Carriers In thoolty. 1 month 35 Address THECIIIT1C, IMS D Street, Washington, D. C. WASHINGTON, MAY 17, 1890. J'Mli: JII.KCTtONS. In the New York Sun of the 10th Tve fiml llio follow lug, take n from the St. Paul Dispatch : Ilepublliaii and Democratic reformers slikvarc engaging themselves at tills tlmo In trenchant criticisms of Governor Hill of tw York. hatevcr inaj havo been the muttvc of Uovcmor 11111, It Is unquestionable tint, just at this moment, he appeals to have the right ballot icform sow by tho car. lie has Insisted upon avoiding those provisions of I he Australian j stem, which, In this com munity, and In every other In which that mtimlsln operation, havo tho retult of eorupletcly breaking down all Independent politic...

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

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1890, GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. lVatlilnrtnn Winn n Clm-nly-Contostod (ianio Ilnilor'a Great Uatoh How tlio CliibsStnnd Dnroy's Clmlltnge Accepted (lonernl Sporting Notoe. Yesterday's niimo between tbo Now nrks niul Wnsliingtons wns by fnr tbo ticEt-plnycil gnmo of tho season, and that llio local team won was due to a fortunate combination of good plays In the Inst two Innings. Tho "Washington boys bad n bad case of tbo rattles early In the gnmo and gavo tbo visitors sev eral inns. Tboy held the lead until the latter part of tbo game, when Nader's excellent base running enabled the local team to tin the score, and thus It remained until tho ninth inning, nhen Gleiifon led off with atrlplotoloft ctntio and scored on Bird's sacrifice to left Held. In tbo previous Inning the Newarks had threo men on tbo bases and two hnwls out, when McDcrmott cracked out a ball to centre' which looked eood f...

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

TIIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1890. ARDWICK HEIGHTS. LOTS FOR SALE, 6o by i5o FEET - - IOO. Ji py , $10 GflSH AND PER NTH mo ARDWICK HEIGHTS is situated on the Balti The neighborhood Is famed 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 Advantages. Proximity to Washington. Adjoining the Station. Attractive Scenery, Healthful Surroundings. Immunity from Malaria. Numerous Daily Trains. Quarterly Commutation Tickets, nolV much in excess of city car fare. . High Ground. The Finest Water in Abundance. Chalybeate Springs. Unlimited Shade. Picturesque Water Courses. Cheap Lots. Easiest Terms. aTa H WASHINGTON CRITIC viTY si'najjUCH Ivudilou'a Summer Styles In furniture, Cnrpotn, Iiiily Carriages, etc, Tbls long-established Installment homo, located at 030 and 932 Sevonth st...

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