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

The Washington Critic. 22D YEAH NO. 6,802. WASHINGTON, D. C MONDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1890. PHICE TWO CENTS. 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 fa 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 Jowest for the QUALI TIES, then you need not buy here. OUR range of prices for reliable suits is from $10to$35; for Spring Ov e r c o at s, from $ 1 0 to $30; for Separate Trousers, from $3 to $ 1 0. You will find splendid values for the price in all grades. Robinson. Parker & Co...

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

Er .sr-1 J ; WASHINGTON CRITIC DliBRV BUBNINO BTT1IE 1VASUINGTON OUITIO COMI'ANT, BALLET K1LU0URN, I'iioidemt. J3 D STREET NORTHWEST; WASHINGTON, P. 0. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Bywall (rostago prepaid), 1 year $3 00 " " " 1 month CO Carriers In the city. 1 month 35 Address THE CIIITIC, 01 ID Street, Washington. 1). C. WASHINGTON, MA.Y 10, 1S0O. 1IVNU3I AND It.VYNC. It Is Interesting to note tbo communis of llic New York pnperson tlie Bynum Unyno controversy of Saturday last. The Sun contents Itself with saying: The Bynum-Bayne episode In the House fettled one Important point. It Is not par liamentary to call a member a scwor, but It e arllamcutary to call b!m a conduit pipe. The Times deals with the eplsodo somewhat more seilously,: The censure of Mr. llymim of Indiana on Saturday WA6 a foolish audspltcful piece of business. Taken bythcinsclvcs,Mr.Ilynum'a tv'Oide were unquestionably In bad parlia mentary form. To call a person a "liar and a former, " and then say thntonewould believe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 19 May 1890

THE WASHINGTON OTITIC, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1890. TITLE-HUNTING LADIES. AMERICAN DUCHESS AND SCORES OF SMALLER ARISTOCRATS. HcIIcr IVlio Havo Mnrrleil llncllih Lords .International l'roponsltles of Ccrtnln Fninllles Sumo Very Promiscuous Marrying, If tbo American women contlnuo to go on as they liavo boon doing thoy will oon Americanize not only the peerage of England but tbo nobility of every other country In Europe. A tltlo In England means more than n tltlo In Franco or Ger many or Italy or any other country that deals In titles; a dulse or even a prince oil tho Continent Is a cheap affair compared with a duke or even an carl In England, jet tho number of English titles of tho highest nobility that arc now hold jointly by Englishmen and American women is something surprising. Here Is a partial list compiled from Bulke's Peerage and other sources, and arranged In alphabetical order for facil ity of lcfcrcncc: AniNOKit. Miss Helen Magrudcr, daughter of the late Commodoro Gcorg A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 19 May 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1890. WASHINGTON CIHTtC axxx uvitaiJLLa, lluririen'H Huiumor Style In Furniture, Carpets, llnbr Carrlngcs, oto. This long-ostaljllihod Installment liono, located at WO nnd KB Sovonth street north west, l.i rccolvlug Its full supply of nil kinds ofmcfcliandlso flint bo to make up n com plcto outfit lor n romfortablo rosldcnco. Ills new Mock of licfrlgcrators, llaby Carriages mid Matting 19 complete You can llnd lust what you need In this responsible store, at cash prices on tlio Installment plan, and make your own torms. Uood dollverod on i let payment. Ulro htm a call. Tho Nntlonat Hiifo Doposlt Company, Cor. mill Ht. nnd N. V, Avotiuo. Storngo for Sllvorwaro, Jowolry. Lncos, rino Qoods and valuablos of nil kinds. Charges modornto. Snfo doposlt boxes for tent at tlio very lowest rates. Anlioiuor-ltiisch. New Haven, December 15, 18SS. The Anhcuscr-Duscb Urowlng Association, H. Louis, Mo.: Uontlcmcn Tho sainplo of Faust llcor latoly rocol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 20 May 1890

-...( tfj The Washington Critic. 22D YEAH NO. 6,803. Be prepmeD THE tehnperature of the past few days very strongly sug gestsTHlNNER cloth ing. To-day a spring overcoat is very ac ceptable. Is it not well to be prepared for all kinds of weather? Keep your overcoat handy. Likewise your spring suit. If you have not yet purchased them you should not fail to call and examine OUR I-N COMPARABLE stock before doing so. We have the FINEST and BEST SELECT ED stock of clothing of THIS season's manufacturethat can be found in Washing ton, and they are all marked at the R., P. & CO.'S prices, which you know are AL WAYSfethe LOWEST for reliable goods. Do not fail to see our line of thin goods for later use. . We have them all here ready for you when you need them. Robinson, ParkerS. Co, I! The American Clothiors, 319 7TH ST N: w. FKIENDS OF THE NEWSBOYS. A Magnificent Entertainment Olvon for . Their Ucnotlc Last Evenlncr. It was Miss Anna B. Ycatman, a pretty young lady full of vim and spiri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 20 May 1890

wasiumston citrnc EliFRV BSZBN1NC HT THE WASHINGTON CltiriU COMPANY, BALLET KILUOURN, rnp-mmcr. 9H3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postngo propald), t year S5 00 " " ' 1 month 60 Carriers In the city. Imontl 'J3 AdilroM Tin: citrnc, oil D Strict, Washington. I) C WASHINGTON. MAY 20, 1SD0. VVASUIMilOVS SHAM):, Hon. Mr. Thompson of Ohio jestoi ilny Intioducctl in the llouso a resolu tion which entitles him to the fervent gratitude of every ruspectablo lesltlent of the r!ly. It vv tis high time Unit somu uc In Congress should tuin aside for n moment to iniiulie Into ccitalti local nlTalis of the District. Since It appears that there Is no one unions the local ollkiftls pnssc&Mug both the authotlty and the dlposllion to interfeie In be linlf of the people, it was a happy thought on Mr. Thompson's pait to ipk why such thinus should bo and whether theie was no remedy for them, TLo worst of the evils mentioned in !Mr. Thompson's resolution is that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 20 May 1890

w KUIWWMAI' At i -'- TJEIE WASHINGTON jDKIOJIO, TUESDAY BVENTNa, IAY iiO, 1890. k. plVn . r ?.)( GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD; RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. "Washington Winn H (Ititno In Splendid Style Cmnimrntlvo Attonilnnco t the Lnnguo r.ml llrnttierhood Onmes Hotting on tho Sliljurlmn. Washington braced up in Its old form yesterday and succeeded In taking n game from New Havon after a close nml exciting contest Of ten Innings. The hoys played n brilliant fleldiDg game, only onp error liclng charged ngninst them, that of Whistler1. Both pllchcis, Jlaloney nnd Horner, pitched t Nccllent games, and held their op punents down to a minimum number of hits. "Washington was out batted, but its hitting was more timely than that of tlio New Havens, atrl tho few hits that wcro made wero when men were on the bases. Whistler distinguished himself by malting a homo run and sending in n inn ahead of him, and Nicholas won tho gnmo In tho last Inning on his single, on which llader s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 20 May 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1890. If WASHINGTON CRITIC O ITT BVKOIAZH, llndden's Bummer Styles In Vurnlturo, Cnrpots, llnby Ciirrlnccs, olo, This long established Installment homo, located at KM and KU Hevonth stroot north Wost, IsrccolvlngltHfulI supply of nit kinds ot mcrehandlso thut go to inako up n com plcto outfit for a comfortablo rosldonco. Ills now stock of Hefrlgenitors, Dnby Carrlagos tind Matting Is comploto You can II ml Just what you need In this responsible storo. nt cash prlcos on tlio Installment plan, and mako your own tortus. Goods dollvorod on l rat payment. Glvo him a call, Tlio National Unto Iloposlt. Company, Cor. lBthSt. nnd N. Y, Avonuo, Btorago for Sllvorwaro. Jowelry. Ijacos, Fine. Goods and raluablos of all kinds. Charges modornto. Safe deposit boxes for rent nt tlio vory lowest rates. Anhouser-llusoli. New Uaveh, Docember IS, 1833. Tho Anhousor-Dusch Browing Association) bt. Louis, Mo.: Clcutlomon Tho samplo of Faust Boor latoly roccl...

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

The Washington Critic. 22D YEAH NO. 6,804.. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1890. PinCE TWO CENTS. ,t ' i' For the Little Ones, WE are doing more to make the boys and chil dren look handsome and attractive than other firm in the city. any Fashion takes as much note oi the embryo states men as of their elders, and whatever is new and stylish you are always sure to find here. To-day we want to call your attention to our SUPERB assortment oi SAILOR SUITS for the little fellows from 3 to 10 years of age. ALL colors and combinations, in pretty and ARTISTIC effects, at OUR usual low prices. Also a full line or Shirt Waists in Flannel, Cheviot, Percale and Linen. Lots of new, nobby patterns, some oi them exclusively OUR OWN. All of them GUAR ANTEED to be the best fitting Shirt Waists made. Proper prices. HQBINSQM & CO ij Boys' and Children's Outfitters, S09 PA. AVE. N. W. OVU AVATKK SUPPLY, Sumo Interesting Facts From RU Out side .Standpoint. "Washington is now climbing on...

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

THE WASHINGTON CEITIO, WEDNESDAY EVE2HNG, MAY 21,1890. 4 WASHINGTON CRITIC BiiERV BUBNINC BTT11E WASHINGTON UKI11U COMPANY, I1ALLET KILBOURN, rnr.mENT. 13 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, P. 0. TERM8 Or SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postage prepaid), 1 year $5 00 " ' " " 1 month SO Carriers In tho city, 1 month 3S Addrcs THE CHITIC, 0411) Street, Washington. I). C. WASHINGTON. 31 AY 21. 1800. , , .. "VJCTOKY NOW VKltlMOT I,ATi:H. Of course, everybody expects to see the Republican majority ilriva through Hie 3IcKlnloy TnrllT bill, despite the Democratic opposition and lu defiance of Republlcnn lcmonstr.mcc. Jtr. Speaker Reed's rules wero con cocted with this end in view, and now tbnt their elllcleney for gngnlng pur Voses hns been tested there Is no reason why the consummation should bo de layed. This bill Is tho result of a bargain made In 18SS. The manufac turers and capitalists have fulfilled their jiart by electing a Republican President and a Republican Congress. The party tfiouM discha...

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

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 18U0. GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS. NEW8 OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. Unln I'reTcnts Unll-l'tajlng Ytisteiday w-Mnnncrr Ilnrnlo's Interview on Urn HltimtloiiTlie I.cnguo Prnpitr lap Another Iloiuli. Tlio wcatber yesterday provontcd ntiy cf tlio scheduled grimes of tlio Atlantic Association being played, but If the wcnllicr Is propitious today tho "Wash Ingtons will meet tho Now Haven team. SulHvnn writes that tbo men aro getting all ilpbt again nnd from now on may bo expected to put up a first-class exhibition. Ho Las no fear of 'oslng tbo lend on the present trip and stiys tbnt If anything ho will in cjeore. In tbo Eastern circuit tbcro Is general desire to sco tho Wasblngtons and tbo conscquenco Is that tbo attendanco Is greatly in excess of tbnt of nny other visiting club. Tbo attendance at tbo Now Haven garao on Monday was underestimated several hundred in tho published accounts. SulHvnn looks for a prosperous finan cial...

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

j.jM.ires-TaraVT: h THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1890. " aorta.-1. imiKw;iT:.vA..i.--aiCTrBaMgJm?nwc VTWi.r- - I 1 WASHINGTON CRITIC C XXX HVJWJALB. Kutldon'n Hunimor .Stylos In Furniture, Cnrpots, Unity Carriages, oto, , This loiig-ostabllshod Installment homo, located nt wo nml 9W Sevonth street north vest. Is receiving Its full supply o( all kinds of merchandise Hint Co to nuko up a com plete outfit for n comfortable roMdonco. Mi new stock of ltcfrlgerntors, Haby Carriages nnd Matting Is complete. You nan find just what you need In this wponslblo store, nt cah ii Ices on tlio Installment plan, nnd make your own forms. llo(ls delivered on I tst payment, uivo lilm a call. Tim National Snfe Deposit Company, Cor, lfilli St, nml X, Y, Avomte, Slorago for Mlvorwaro, Jowelry. I.acos, J'lno (foods nml valuables of nil kinds, charges mortorato. Hafo doposlt boxes for rent nl tlio very lowest ratos. Anlieuser-lluscli, New Haven, December 15, 1SS9. The AnliLUsor-Dusch l...

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

The Washington Critic. 22D YEAH NO. 6,805. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1890. PBIOE TWO CENTS. ABOUT SERGES. JD you ever wear a black or blue serge suit ? If you have you know how cool and comfortable they are, how well they wear, how long: they look well and if they are made right and are well sewed, as OURS are, how nicely they keep their shape. There are no better goods made for sum mer wear than the ENGLISH serge. We have a full and com plete assortment of all grades, from $ 1 5, which is as cheap as you can get one that is THOROUGHLY re liable, to $30, for the FINESTthatismade. All sizes and shapes. Regular, long and slim, short and stout, and extra stout, from 32 to 50 chest meas ure, in cutaway and sack styles- Some lined'all through, some half lined and others made skeleton. Do not fail to see them. Robinson, Parker Uo. Finest Clothing Ready Made, 319 7TH ST- N. W. CANADIANS EXOITKU, Dismantling n llrltlsli Ship Will llo Considered an Act of War. New York, May...

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

1.,. . I the Washington oritic, Thursday EVJ3ins-r&, ma, 22,i89o. t- i 4 1 WASHINGTON CRITIC EVERY EXCBN1NO 11T TUB WASlllNGlON OllltlO COMI'ANV, BALLET KILDOUBN, Pjikiufnt. 913 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, P.O. TK11MS OP SUDSCHlPriON. By mall (postage prepaid), 1 joar 5S 00 " " " 1 month to Carriers In tlio city. 1 month V Addle?-! THECHITIO, 911 1) Strict, Washington, 1). C. WASHINGTON, MAY 23, 1.S00. AN AI.A11AMA IlEVOI.UriON. It begins to look as though tlio Farm us' Alllnnce were about to achieve a .teat and significant victory. Hereto fore the Alliance have, in almost cvety Instance, contented themselves with purely local operations, employing their Influence In small neighborhood affairs or, at the most, tallying lo tho stippoit of a county candldato for Legislature. This yenr, however, tho organl.atiou in Alabama hns gone In for tho big stake, mill their lcjiresontntlvo Is now forcing the i tinning for tho Gubernatorial nomi nation in a style that astounds tho old nat...

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

TEUE TPASHINGTON CRITIC, THTJBSDAY EVENING", HAY i22, 18D0. GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. 1Vali!nRtoii l'lnylnc Llho Tnll-Enilor, Wlillo' IMltlmoro ) l'lnylnc I'on-linnt-Wliinlnjr Il.ill SuUWnn to Meet rWcAullllo nnd Jnctsnn, 'Ilio "Washington club put up tall-eml Imscball yesterday, and as a consequenco was badly beaten by tlio" Now JlaVcn team. ,Tt could ncllber bat nor Held, and tK9gamo that was played must liavo caused considerable surprise among the 2,000 spectators who won dered how a club that could play that hind of ball could bo in the lead. Not n lilt of any kind was mndo off Doran's remarkable delivery, ana only four times was the ball knocked out of the Infield. Tills is a feat that of lato years no pitcher has performed and Doran deserves great praise for his phenome nal work. On tlio other hand Phillips could not deccivo tho Connecticut bats men and his delivery was pounded from start to finish. This makes tho second time that...

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

THE WASHINGTON OIUTIO, THTJflRDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1890. WASHINGTON CRITIC a XIX BTJWJALS, Itmlttcti' Hummer Stylos In Furniture, Carpets, llnby Unrrlncca, oto. This longostabllhed Installment homo, located nt ttiO nml 032 Seventh street north west, i receiving lt full supply of nil kinds of merchandise Hint go to mako up a com Iileto outfit for n comfortable roldonco. Ills new stock of ltefrlgorutors, llahy Carriages and Matting H complete You run find Jmt what you need In this rcsponslblo store, nt cash ptlcos on tho Installment plan, nnd innko your own terms. Goods delivered on 1 ist payment, Glvohlm a call. The National HHfo Deposit Company, Cor. 10th St. nnd N. Y, Avnnun, Storngo Tor Sllvorwaro, Jowolry, Lncos, l'lno Goods nnd valuables of nil kinds. chntBts modernto. Snfo deposit boxes for rent nt tho very lowest rates, Anliensor-Iliiscli, New Haven, December 15, 1839. Tho Anhcuscr-Buscli Browing Association, bt. Louis, Mo.: Qontlemcn Tho sample of Faust Boor latoly received f...

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

The Washington Critic 22D YEAH NO. 6,80G. WASHINGTON, D. C FKIJDAY KVKNINCJ, MAY 2., 1800. PRICE TWO CENTS. For the Little Ones. WE are doing more to make the boys and chil dren look handsome and attractive than any other firm in the city. Fashion takes as much note oi the embryo states men as of their elders, and whatever is new and stylish you,are always sure to find here. To-day we want to call your attention to our SUPERB assortment of SAILOR SUITS for the little fellows from 3 to 10 years of age. ALL colors and combinations, in pretty and ARTISTIC effects, at OUR usual low prices. ' Also a full line of Shirt Waists in Flannel, Cheviot, Percale and Linen. Lots of new, nobby patterns, some of them exclusively OUR OWN. All of them GUAR ANTEED to be the best fitting Shirt Waists made. Proper prices. ROBINSON & CO J Boys' and Ckildron's OutSttors, 909 PA. AVE. N. W. OS CIS MOlli: IN COUKT. Harris or the Noted forest City Home Fined. George Harris, colored, the keeper of tbo Fore...

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

THE WASHINGTON OIUTIO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1890. WASHINGTON C1UTIC 0 ITT XMOIAZS. llalir Carriages nml ltofrlgorntor, limine liait a great run on tlioso $'ll parlor suits of seven pieces, wo turn our attention to baby cnrrlngcs nnd refrliri'riitors. Mnny will want them, and no family rlioulil, for a minute, lie without them. Tlio stook wo dls plny embrace tho ncwor stylos, tlio boat makes and tlio lowest prlco. Tlio benefits ofonr rrcdlt systtim aro ill ways at tlio (Its pojnl of onr customers. Tlicroforo, bring wliat money you linvo and buy what you want Thstls tborulo at ltudilon's Fund turo. Cnrpotnnd btnvoStoroi, at OX) and 031 7tli street northwost. Houghton V Co. 'a Unprecedented In ducement. Tho clienpost yot. Jitit road their bargains In f urnlturo: t oak bureau, 1 bcdtoad, 1 waih H'niicl. l pair of feathor pillows, 1 oxtra-largo oak tabic, a lino rood chali s. 1 wlro mattro's nil those serviceable and do'lrablo article, incrnl overy day, for tho mnlt sum of S 00, Again ...

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

The Washington Obitio 22D YEAH NO. 6,807. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 24, 1890. PJUOE TWO CENTS. ABOUT SERGES. DID you ever wear a black or blue serge suit? If you have you know how cool and comfortable they are, how well they wear, how long they look well and if they are made right and are well sewed, as OURS are, how nicely they keep their shape. There are no better goods made for sum mer wear than the ENGLISH serge. We have a full and com plete assortment of all grades, from $ 1 5, which is as cheap as you can get one that is THOROUGHLY re liable, to $30, for the FINEST that is made. All sizes and shapes. Regular, long and slim, short and stout, and extra stout, from 32 to 50 chest meas ure, in cutaway and sack styles. Some IinedalIthrough,some half lined and others made skeleton. Do not fail to see them. Robinson, Parkers Co, Finest Clothing Roady Made, 319 7TH ST. N. W. Till; HED WnKL'LlIAKKOW. A ceil Harrison Warner on Ills Trav els Coming to Washington, Harrison "...

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

-K8ffi - BJ.Plfl(W WASHINGTON CRITIC EUERY EXCEN1NO BY TUB WASI1INUTON OUITIO COMPANY, HALLET KILBOUHN, rnEsiDK.NT. &H3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postago prepaid), 1 year S3 00 " " " 1 month 50 Carriers In tho city. 1 month 33 Address THE CRITIC, 043 D Btrcot. Washington. D. C, "WASHINGTON, MAY 31, 1S0Q. 1MPHAOTIOA 111,15 KVJJKYWIiniti;. It appears that outside of his advisa bility as a Republican voter and bis value as a bleeding victim wherewith to lire tho Northern heart, our colored friends do not occupy a very tender noil precious place In the affections of their fellow citizens this sldo tho Ohio f.nd the Potomac. Evidences of this me sufficiently numerous and signifi cant. They crop out almost dally and take every form conceivable, from the abandonment of hotels and other places of public entertainment that admit colored people to equally emphatic ex liibltlons of prejudice In religion and even in politics. The latest developmen...

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