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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 27 June 1899

i 7 I 8 THE WASHINGTON POST TUESDAY JUNE J1JNE27 27 1899 ANTIQUES ANTIUESOFARIZONA ANTIUESOFARIZONAOhler OF ARIZONA ARIZONAOlder Older Than the titefluins Jlnins of Nine Nineveh Nine1i ¬ 1i veh and Tyre TyreMEDICS TyreF1h1c MEDICS F1h1c OP o THE CLIFF Remarkable IHicoYeriesIlecentlyHaile Discoverlesltecently3lade1hn lu lutlio tlio Rio Colorado ColoradoChiqulto ChlquI to Among rnong These TheieMysterious TheseMjsterloUs Mysterious Prehistoric PrhtitorloI Homes 3Ioro 3Ioronl I rnes > nl t of f a Whole Family amlly Found In Fer Ferreel rerfeet reel State of rrc IreservMIonUer r tloo Bar Picture PictureWriting PictureWritings Writing ou Walls of Nameless Canyon CanyonPrea 3 Prea Pe U 4L B FricdMO Cfcrcsfele CfcrcsfeleKot Crcakieot Kot ot S elzice B the RoWttn PoWaeen n expedition la ink lathe k the Interest of the American MiHWora of ofXatktral OCratMraI Xatktral Hlerory In Xcw w York City In In1SSJS1 4 1SSJS1 has tlwre een en 511eh eh auetowftil auetowftiloxpieratfOM UOeOII I oxpier...

Publication Title: Washington Weekly Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 4 July 1899

r 2 THE WASHINGTON rfl POST TUESDAY JOLT 4 1899 IN ii FEAR FEAROF OF AGU1NALDO AGU1NALDOFilipinos AGLJINALDOFilipinos Filipinos Hesitate to Indorse IndorseAmerican IndorseAmerican American Rule RuleHBSULT RuleRFSUbT HBSULT OF MR SCIIURUAXS TOUR TOURIntftllfgcnt TOURIntIIIent Intftllfgcnt Inhabitants of Southern Iilei IileiAnxiooft hicstxioiis Anxiooft for Peace reactGm Gen Lawton and andProf auclPro Prof Pro rforcAtter Vcrtaiter Arrange for Election of ofI ofJriIdnI I JriIdnI > r ld nli In 1rovince of otCaTltchooI otCaTltchooIto Carlte Schools Schoolsto to Opeu In Manila 1anilA A Mlnlonary Onuie OnuieTrouble UiuuTrouble Trouble and I Aaked to Withdraw Ithdraw IthdrawMafla I IManila Manila July IgI 2rProf Pror J G Schurmaa Schurmaaof Scburmao o of tfri th fatted Statw Stat Adrtowry Commtaion Commtaionfor C mmIon mmIonler for th tM Philtpfiiiiftft hItpdnet retorrrtd t to Manila to today wday ¬ day from a thrc woekx woe tour of the themhern th thiiiU1ern iiiU1ern mhern itftnds Ira H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 4 July 1899

M t t i t 1 f 4 < < t I1 r t Ir i ticf I Iilli t I t t tr r 1 r f t J THE TH WASHINGTON POST TUESDAY JULTC r1C1I Y 4 1 t 1895 189 189J a a 1 J I j SHOWING THE NEW SASH I I This beautiful garden garl1 n party toilet tQIl t of white silk muslin and guipure lace acc is set setoff setoff setoff off hy one of the new embrotd embroidered red Misah sashes It Is a soft coral colon and Is Iskirn iswrn i kirn Irn In an entirely novel manner One end is carelessly carelss twisted hen secured on ontli onth onthr tli thr right shoulder under an artistic bow from thence it is carried across the theshoulder theIhoulder theshoulder shoulder to the back and falls In one straight fringed end Triple folds of coral coralMjsah coraluoiah coralsusah Mjsah are around tho neck The ebow sleeves are encircled by Insertion l The Thecoarse Thecoarse Iheoar coarse oar e straw hat has roses and black lack velvet trimming USE FOR OLD GLOVES GLOVESAttractive GLOVESAttrltcUo GLOVESrtltraclive Attractive Things...

Publication Title: Washington Weekly Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 4 July 1899

t THE WASHINGTON Y POST TUESDAY Y JULY 4 1899 1899Persevere 8t39 8t39Persevere 5 it iti i Persevere and You Will Succeed 43 In J n the agency business just as in all other walks of life there are people who complain that they the do dojet donot 311 not jet ge on well They Th start star in some enterprise devote a few days to it and expect to be overrun overrunwith with bus business bustJi3 busmess ¬ tJi3 mess II1CSS but they are a disappointed On the other hand a fello feH A will come along take up the business and andmake andmake 31 make a success of 0 it itIts It IttJi3 itIts tJi3 Its that bulldog determination to succeed that makes a lasting impression and insures success successAmong successl successAmong l Among mong our staff of agents we have both of these types but we are glad to say that the latter class pre predominate predominate ¬ 1 dominate dominateTo donunateTo dominateTo To the th few who work spasmodically we would say say an agency for Our Native Herbs is a good bus...

Publication Title: Washington Weekly Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 4 July 1899

I THE WASHINGTON POST TUESDAY TUESDAYYUTJY JULY 4 1899 1 i JENNIE JENNIE BATJOURNALIS BATJOURNALISBYROBFRTBARR BAXTER JOURNALIST JOURNALISTBy JOU NALIS NALISny + By BYROBFRTBARR ROBERT BARR TTh rThtPrImP Prime Mlnlstcis lInhtcl ludUcretlon ludUcretlonpnit ndlecrdloDII II Cn pnit ni M Utt 1 W r th thl t t A Att < Hari Hariri ri 1 j jennU rapWIy nat li hrrloo rrld away 1 1f asayfrim l f frim m the tb th oe ok Jik of Mr 4r r Cadbury CatturyI CaduyTitlorthf l I t Tavlor Titlorthf there Ih ar < M In n her horIItIOfl lr mind mindm 1 j me m agitation alattn a am t to what wht the thedt theJ > j dt dtMtln 1t4tIY tlv would w k think of her he lud ud udp id iderti t tthl p erti thl h M M A OflIflC4 w vtncd 1n e that that Mn p to toTm tomfl I Imnl Tm mnl mfl > nt of leaving Wm H e abruptLyr abruptly abruptlyhii 3brPIY r > hii 1 nt th thIIht uliKhtett t Mispkrten Ilpl PCOn that thatwhom h hto u urt < to Ii whom hom h he was R then thon th talking talkln1 was wasn as asrM asprf...

Publication Title: Washington Weekly Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 11 July 1899

K j O RU3 WASHINGTON TUESDAY JULT JULr 11 1 1899 75 CENTS PER ANNUM = FOR FORHAAMONYIN = HARMONY IN 1 1900 1900J 1900Radiral iooi iooiRa1ifll 900 900Radical J Radical Candidate on Extreme ExtremePlatform Extren1ePIntforl11 ExtremePlatform Platform Not Wanted WantedcENtTOR YantedSENATOR YalltcdEsroR SENATOR MORGAN OX OUTLOOK OUTLOOKjf OUTLOOKturlJ TI jf cutrly lilT1 turlJ of r th Opinion that Silver Oucht Ouchtt t to fl jje 11 e fcH trUotCd or < llnated by the Democracy Democracyat at a a rrr Iruhl irrIiIiI1tIal M Hal tlalluae It lime ne In Order to Urine Urinethe Urlo Urlothe lirlorI I the I1T or the fut West elt North ortb and andI andoMt1t andtkTvt11eStll I oMt1t tKT tkTvt11eStll Tthe c tlier Stlll Stl for Free Coinage Coinagej ColnaeUewer j I iUir Uewer T r ui II Congressional Coo rulloaal Issue IssuePtrrr hlueITrr Issuearr Ptrrr arr John T Morgan tcm an Cf t Alabama Alabamatt Alabma Alabmat ITrr th most ardent advocates of the theM tt t f t arnt adoctt the American Americanw ...

Publication Title: Washington Weekly Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 11 July 1899

y THE WASHINGTON POST TUESDAY JULY 11 n1699 1899 3 i = = FOULARDS iuiiIN IN MORNING MORNINGjjffht MORNINGL MOAN INU INUWritli jjffht L a ht It Shades ShadesiuiiIN with Black and andWhite andYhitc White 1 Yhitc Spots SpotsurqlX SlOtsv yC v urqlX L1S L LThe GOWXS FOR OR THE RACES RACESntf RACE5Ut1 Ar Are t CsufUY oallr 011 Flowered Although AlthoughtMllnf AUh AlthoulitGreaadisetand tJlh tJlhGrtNIU Ut1 The ntf Greaadisetand GrtNIU tMllnf am anll Kmbrol Rmbrolclere1 l r d Crpo Are AreJIBCH AreIell Areitch itch Iii Y egncUpper l1eUl1per Skirt Fits It Clole1 Clole1r Closely i JIBCH JIBCHtr iyasd tr r a lId < l F Jllure > care Below Waist but Flow Flown llouot FlowsOa Afterward with th 1nllneis luUnenlathlon luUnenlathlonfr FalinessIashlonprtldoa Pathlon Pathlonpr ot n t pr prtldoa Otlti hit Toilets for Ualny Day Un UnftI1If Dayr TVr r Is OM on thtoff tbl I dont think I have havet havetsk tsk t js ktJ J to > you > ou confldenUaJly about and andi anI anIhi andIs i hi the th new ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 11 July 1899

J > < < S THE WASHINGTON v 1 POST 081 TUESDAY JULY 11 1899 1899Advertise 1899 1899Advertise 5 5Advertise I Advertise and You Will Succeed Succeedimprove j j1t H HID 1t 1 Recently we have been advising our agents to advertise OUR NATIVE HERBS in their local papers telling them if they would do this their sales would increase one hundred fold Ve are happy happyU t 31 ID U to say number a of them have done so with very flattering results but we are not satisfied and will not be until every active agent we have is running a notice notice in in his local paper to the effect that he is is agent agentfor agentfor for OUR NATIVE ATIVE HERBS and is read ready to give all orders prompt attention We e have also published advertisements which in our opinion would be the proper notice to insert and always advised our ouragnts 9 agents th that t we would be glad to prepare one especially for them if they would ask us to do so Below you will find the S statement of one of our agents who h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 11 July 1899

I r TIlE WASHINGTON POST TUESDAY JULY 11 1899 I JENNIE BAXTER JOURNALIST JOURNALISTBy SB By ROBERT fl93 BARE DABZtff rcn4tM v AIher AIherIThr IThr T T HEN J ntfe r rttnid Hin < l to Vtnna Vtnnaan4 Vn VnI I I and was W once more imtaiWM IB IBhr n nhrXUZiOV hrXUZiOV hr taxnriow r6nw 1OIflIt at UM Ui Pal Palto PalC to C Snh Stentlmer lm r ahe he rofoivcti in ineiu i idue eiu due > Urn a oapy Op ef th IKS Dally Dallyforwarder DailyfoiwaVl forwarder foiwaVl to h hr r wider cover as asa a afrt frt + T l k4ter Th gizi uh1 noi noiihat a r rcvirpi cvirpi u that lfc the dll r had tai4t failed to toinKt inKt th t nt m4t t of tHe newts WB ihc he bad s sent sentam nt ntnm A sh AfMiMtl eat the j Dor reru she shef nm u f th grtt black bSe ImulHnes that ex exer extrt and tha ntwa ntwaif ntw ntwoated trt er < l 4 u croa row two coNmfie colwsi if oated IMH ot ftom Venlea enIe but from fromYinna fromW W in tyi a shade larger than thantbat thanthat Yinna that ordinarily ucod oI1 in th the jw p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 18 July 1899

L P 1r c > i I zingthn Wthi II D DWASHINGTON t i i iKO = 75 CENTS PER AJ1N A il KO 8111 WASHINGTON TUESD TUESDAY A Y JULY 18 1899 i t FIVE iiiINNEVFEUD iiiINNEVFEUDIiiiff DEAD IK NEW FEUD FEUDSheriff FEUDhcrif Sheriff hcrif Iiiiff Was Vas Attacked Atacled Then Thenthe Thenthc Thenthe the Shooting Began BeganLAY DChn BeganLAY LAY 1 y COlXTY Cr TY AGAIN THE BEXE BEXEFaction E ENE ENEjJatte E EJldie Fnttllado at atI ate t tI Jldie jJatte Faction rRcton Kpt Up FUIIde I e Qurten Unti Until J1ry ETery Combatant OombatantJU CombatantLIcp JU LIcp I xtrpt One Wa Wal oa 01 the Ground Dead or or1M oreelUuldout orw 1M w a4e4jteIlIIOUtI ileilUc eelUuldout I < lcuU of a Nclghborlnc NclghborlncT T TG Tuw w JtofH Jfslo Jtcfao o to Form J Po Joie e to Restore RestoreOrdcrbe Juturc JuturcOreer RctoroOrder Oreer Order Ordcrbe Si lladly 1attIytreThCYTeIrorIZed 1attIytreThCYTeIrorIZed1y adl Are re They The Tel rorlzed rorlzedKy rorlzedq J q Ky Jtily JI 17 liA A special s ll to tot toarilrJournl to...

Publication Title: Washington Weekly Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 18 July 1899

THE WASHINGTON V POST TUESDAY TUESDAY TV ES D y JULY It3lS 18 1 B1899 1899 J9 SUMMER SU 1MER TEA GOWNS GOWNSSome GOWNSSome Some of Them as Elaborate Elaborateas ElaborateEvening as asgIuUII Evening Ercnin Toilets ToiletsTRIUMPH ioilctsfEIUIPll TRIUMPH IN NEGLIGEE COSTUMES COSTUMESClii COSTUMESCRea Clii CRea 1ItlffHI < T < Hi I face ce and Other Aece Acceunrle AcceunrleJlI nrle nrleUfcich + s swhich which JlI h Hitherto Only Adorned Iorned the Hello Hellopfih nellnrh of pfih rh the Ballroom Now o Playa Play a Part Art In tho thoJt tho1aty thethiaty 1aty Jt i t Crtatlnna Cr atlont Worn orn In the Itreak JSr Itraakrtt Itreakible Ak Akt rtt t Unom end cl al the Tea TbleSomc TbleSomcJ ible Sonic Sonicetc J etc cuclNI deg l Idel tdeI Im for Itatlirobet Itatlirobetu u ofl ir 1 all rim falls to interest mo In Inspecially Int 1 1r n t < specially ecially alter a severe MUm MUmrhiric HiHlvftInx sHelschimg n rhiric Inx for N ReV W madete ntOd there i to al alI altnp t I tnp no tea gow...

Publication Title: Washington Weekly Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 18 July 1899

I THE WASHINGTON W ASIlIJ GTON POST TUESDAY JULY 18 1899 1899TWO 5 5 5I j jc c t I I J8 y JB 11 11n j n = TWO SPECIAL PRIZES PRIZESr r Li i In Jn Accordance a acordancc cordancc with our annual custom of offering special prizes for the best sales of IfOrR OUR NA NAI NATIEHERBSinonChalfdaYOifiVC5hOUrSandOnCdarOf NATIVE TIEHERBSinonChalfdaYOifiVC5hOUrSandOnCdarOf TIVE I IVE HERBS in one half day of five 5 hours and one dav day of ten 10 hours we make the following followingannouncement followingI I announcement announcementTo To the agent who sells the greatest number of boxes of OUR NATIVE HERBS in one half day dayof dayof 1B of five hours we will give free of charge twentyfive 25 boxes of OUR NATIVE HERBS HERBSTo HERBSCeI HERBSTo CeI To the agent who sells the greatest number of boxes of OUR NATIVE HERBS in one day of often ofI often I ten 10 hours we will iIl give free of charge fifty 50 boxes of OCR NATIVE HERBS HERBSRULES HERBSCeI HERBSRULES CeI RULES OF THE CONTEST CONTESTEach E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 18 July 1899

I r I l lim t THE WASHINGTON POST TUESDAY JULY 18 1899 899 JENNIEBAXTER JENNIE BAXTER JOURNALIST JOURNALISTBy + By ROBERT BARR + I rrtu apflfIb MM 3M r tk te A MO MOvuThe fc r rVIITbe VIITbe Wizard Ulunllu lu Hit Maclc Attic AtticTtlKX Atticr AtticrlilN TtlKX rlilN Imx Jennie entered nt t4 tM th tM carriage carriagetfcr CQfrg CQfrgIn I r I In n yhlch htch her friend friendI u 3IUnq 3IUnqHI I HI tlhlr cried rI 4 W Well I have you youOffl youL youefl Offl efl hiM Appar pparstIy IUly meaning meaningIhr L tfcr th director dlr r of JOKe poHceN N l rtM 1 not IK PH him but I talked with withur withr Uk Ukr ur r I tekphon I bn I wW wk you 0 could couldv col colr It the theinterview theinnI4 thentvi conversation w p v > art r ri our CTeOaUOn f interview innI4 ntvi tht tht I ever eVfr t tOIC > k part partTwo partTO To or thrr thr time UMjl ttm I had Mi to t shut hUl prll oJ oJrritnent 6f 6frmnl O Ormfl1 rritnent fearing trnl tho th th dlrccJor dlr o woiM woiMr k kr r m f r laugh lal <...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 25 July 1899

75 CENTS PER > ER ANN 1NNtJ11 IB NO o s15 WASHINGTON Tl SHINGTON TUESDAY JULY 25 25189H 1899 BEST BESIMANTO MAN TO HELP OTIS OTISOur OTISour OTISOur Our Chief Statesman Should ShouldBe ShouldBe ShouldBe Be Sent to Manila ManilafEN 1Ianilaf MallihLlEy fEN f ANDERSON A DEKSOX ON TIlE SITUATION SITUATIONTfcrT SITUATIONTheTk TfcrT T1a TheTk Tuk k Intruded to Ron aonOtli Otli Far FnrToo FnrToorrat Too Toorrat Toorrat rrat for OHO Man 1ftn to Perform PerformA A Civil Civilian ClyUIan C1Ujan ¬ ian dot iOfrrBltr oterfl crnwr r General to Determine the thejolicy theJljCJ theJnIiy jolicy JljCJ and Direct tli the Military 311tlr Opera Operations Opea OpeatlM Operatar4 ¬ tions tar4 Tlir ThrfHh ThrnHh Hh t Ihe lie Commander of the theArmyOfficers theArmrOJcon thet ArmrOJcon ArmyOfficers t Kolurn Ioturn from Manila ManilaCM IanlIaj CM j 1 ao tt r July 34 2tTh The greatest retot states statesr stte state stater r hl < country runuy sbould flc bo 0 made mde Gov Govr r orsoral nra1 trl of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 25 July 1899

1 a 1 THE WASHINGTON W POST TUESDAY JULY 25 1899 3 s CLUBS i FOR FORWOMANKIND FORWOMANKINDIh WOMANKIND WOMANKINDheir Ih r heir It 11 l Number inTliis in This Country CountryIs Country 3 Is Over 2000 2000nlBlSKD 2000C1 nlBlSKD l C1 cI YG YGnsd xv xvi I 11D tD MEMBERSHIP x tFlI13ERSIIh EY RRSII P 132000 132000ptd n flecks cU the Cradle Al t1so ho o Wields Wieldswth Widththe lellb lellbtnf ptd < i ih that the tasel with CftOll < < M1 JUTedClub Jtflect Club forit for forrt 11 > rt rH f PHrpe lxrpeser Mrp9te ev hut Domestic Domestict IomesticGeaaemy mid Feneiny Ee Mel1 Arc the ITlHclpal ITlHclpalWwrklHs lrlRclpalGlrla 1rlaclpalGIra t lrf WwrklHs ClrU and lu Uulueu UulueuOIalfP lusioossea luoi luoiv1 lIpd Jtttolal Ucu lteuefits lteuefitspow t tthat pow OIalfP ea f t v1 t that rocks U OM cradle cradl cradlf has Jwarr hasmD w rr nwdlaa mD diom through which toworlds to toworl toi i worlds worl 1orl4 < T affairs a < < atn It is the theI theb I ub 0 Until ren rteeaUr y th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 25 July 1899

w THE WASHINGTON lOST TUESDAY JULY 25 1899 5 I I i it I IYour t IB IBI T I I Your Business Should Improve improverc I I II I We rc a arc e experiencing a severe and trying summer and as a duty to ourselves and families we should take all reasonable precautions to insure good od health and clear heads for the fall and rush of busi business business ¬ l i iII I I1v9J II ness that will WI II be upon us shortly Every one should use se some good g Jd blood purifier kidney and an liver regulator to thoroughly cleanse cleansethe the system and build up up the he health upon a solid olid foundation ound tion Of course courseall courseall fi3 all want ant the best remedy the market affords Our Native Herbs is IS the proper remedy It acts quietly qUletiyand and in a pleasant manner mannerno no disagreeable dIsagreeable after effects effectsIt it is IS cheap Just think of 01 TWO HUNDRED HUNDREDDAYS HUNDREDDAYS t 1v9J DAYS treatment tre tment for a dollar and the dollar back if you are not sati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 25 July 1899

1 1 THE WASHINGTON POST TUESDAY JULY 25 1899 8SJ9 7 JENNIE BAXTER JOURNALIST JOURNALISTBy + By ROBERT BARR 4 I Cpfkk UN W tb t r 111 1iITe T fI nhb flebheri rJ In thf lb SIf SIiIngCiir tlnJ Cu CuE hd promilled Prof Sdg f E NIE E I fried fr d not te t communicate with wtt the theDirector therdor t d I Director rdor of police and d the now noww nowrlcrf r I w rUred rlcrf whether 1M Me n wowM Ok b brrakinc N Nt rrakinc t f riikfl kine her word o or o not If I ahe aheffllal Jhc JhcI I t ffllal til ma know the result relt of o her heranon anon 1h whin n It cl eovkl make no dl dtC 1 t E one M nay ay or o O the t e other oher to the pro pror < > r if I f I Pf prof S Sir SM1TIM Mrfrted co cl could H have I e fore foreo foreOn F > o On n sudden Iud 4wd4 death would ol he not notvVk nothl vVk k i her hl hrIf lf l bY navo Yt preferred petertd to make makec c > ph > be h knew flCW oC him him for had bd he hesntl T i rantiy sntl rrtteraled rl re that tht fame and andr andrt nd r j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 25 July 1899

1 T TTHE I 8 THE WASHINGTON WASHL GTON POST PO T TUESDAY JULY 25 J8HfJ 1S I ALGER TO RETIRE RETIREHe RETIRE He Tenders His is Resignation to toPresident toPrcidcnt toPrsidllt President Minley MinleyConference Iclinley IclinleyConference IcKin1eyC Conference C nfrence with wih Vice President Prsident Hobart MartLed Hobartld HobartL Led L to 0 His Hs Action ActionA Acton ActonA A SURPRISE SURPRSE TO HIS HS COLLEAGUES COLLEAGUESRow Row no Stirred Up l by > r Ills JII HI Candidacy Candidacyfor for the Michigan lchlgnn cnntorship Senatorhip > and andLed ant1lied antiLcd Led to Friction Prctlon in the Cabinet CabinetHad Cnblnet CnblnetJad Cabfncthad Had Jad Been Ready to Retire for forMonths forIonth forMonths Months Ionth at tho Presidents Pleas Pleasure Plcns Plcnsurco Picasurc ¬ ure but Mr fr McKinley fclnlcy Would ouI1 Not NotListen XotListen NotLhstcn Listen to Such a Suggestion SucltonRc SucltonRcpcatcdly SuggestionRe SuggestionRepcatcdiy Re Repeatedly ¬ peatedly Assured A6fur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 1 August 1899

I T E H 0 rTiEwkSITrNGTON iNGTON POST TUESDAY AtfGUSE 1 1693 1E9 HAD ENOUGH FIGHTING FIGHTINGNebraskans F1GllT1NNebraskans Nebraskans Satisfied to Ee Eeliiaiii Reham liiaiii ham at Home Now NowLBETL wowIdhESIXTYTWO LBETL IdhESIXTYTWO SIXTYTWO DEAD BEHIND BEHIND3Ildnlcht BEIIIiI31dnIght 3Ildnlcht Arrlral of the Hancock Spoiled SpoiledPlan SpoIbdIIan Plan for or Ills RI Reception for Iteturulnc IteturulncWarrior UeturnIn UeturnInWariiorOne Warrior WariiorOne One Man 1an Died on thoVoja IhC Vo a aSick c chick hick and Wounded Taken to JJntpit IInpIt1 l at atthe t tthu the PreldloTlio tlfcii 1ts Uliu Pircd the thePint thcXhat Pint Shot at tbo rillpinoi rillpinoiSan 11iptnoiFradco San Franeteco July 3fc Tlw Th untimely untimelyarrival untimelyarriv arrival arriv of o th tht United States transport Hancock having ha1n on board the Nebraska Nebraskaregiment Nabrakaregiment regiment and two batteries of the Utah UtahArUNcrr UtahsrUry ArUNcrr completely destroyed all the ar arnu arragmenha n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington weekly post. — 1 August 1899

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Publication Title: Washington Weekly Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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