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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 26 November 1888

Tjnn!jniej ' 'i nmminmm!)''" 'mjfQ "VniHPNK'1 w ifrwwfwwfwiifii wnjiimnit'"iwwv flr IjATE DnPAKTMEXT N11WS. LsTniis Ui-on Uis Dunks. Mr. Car rlngton, who has 'been nppoltitcd super intendent of tho Third Division Hallway Mall Stirvlco, vlco Vukcry resigned, enloicd upon hlddutlcsf o-dny. Tins Couiit of Imiuiiiy. Thb Military Court of Inquiry it the War Dcpirtmont spout tho day In rcniltiig tho record of pioilous meetings, no fitnesses being piesont. Lit'iilonniit Davis, tho recorder of tho court, linss r'eltirmd nnd rcHtitnid his duties. Tho Inking of testimony will occupy to moriow. Fr.vrn llKKUnCts ltr.TUnNiNsi. Dr. Martin of GnltlcavlUo, Fin., telegraphs tho Suigeon-Gcncrnl: "No now cases of jellow foi or. Hofugcos returning against mypositlto orders', und protests of city authorities seem powerless to prevent Ihom. Only tlireu members of City Council nnd one of Iloaiil of Health horo." A PrsgioN Fiiaud Ppiuns Gunrv. Tho Commissioner of Ponslons 1ms been advised thnt Slindrach Gr...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 26 November 1888

'wlT "". WPIUNIP ""HJm(WP wmmmmH0N9iwfiW"Tr Vf" a THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26,. 1888. bmt " v "p""' TT11 ' " w" Tp? 'Vy'ww,wfjif'y icfW" prw!- '7WSi(r-rWT'T,jWBJip f The Evening Post Un Washington Cmtic) PUBLISHED EVEB.Y EVENING. WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. POStBUIMHNO, Corner Tenth and D Streets and Tenn, Ato. WlSUINOTON, D, C, SECOND EDITION. Nnw SEnres, No, 37 Cmtic Semes, No. 0,333. TERMS: SlngleCopy 2 Cents "DyCairlcr, per month ..33 Cents By Mall, per month, poatago paid 40 Cents By Mall, por year, postago paid..,. .....St. 50 WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 20, 18S8. Hev. Howard T. WinniiMEn, Portca tant Episcopal, of Philadelphia has been sentenced to leavo his wife or givo up liis church, nnd he has given up tho church. Tho charge against him was that ho hat been divorced from his pre vious tvlfo for desertion and married Nvhilo sho wns still living. This sort of thing was hardly becoming to a minister of tho gospel, but having married a woman presumably because ho loved hor, I...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 26 November 1888

"""""'ipPIWIIipP'' "W 1111 iflP www.n''j)fipw THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 188S. 3 The Evening Post. AUTUMN Vlf.r.ANKI'M!. Dorothy Xtlmn In Oooit Ifoiiffleeplng. Tho leaves nru cliatiRlns day by tiny to gold; A solemn liusli Is brooding In tliu air; Tlio story of, tlio year Is almost told. Sometimes a nut falls, loosened by tho bold, Or In the stillness starts a timid bare. Tho leaves aro changing day by day to gold. Fur off a purplo mist seems lc enfold The distant bills uud make them still more fair. Tho story of tho year Is almost to)d, Tho golden rod, last mouth so bright and bold, Now bows Us silvery (lead, aud over) whoro Tbo leaves aro changing day by day to gold. Oftlmcs tbero"rlses from tho loafy mold A spicy perfume Wee some Iucciibo rare; Tho story of tho year Is almost told And when tho south wind mpves tho branches old Wo hear agcntlo murmur as of prayor. Tho leaves aro changing day by day to gold. Tho story of tho year Is almost told. FOR HER RIVAL Or, A WOMA...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 26 November 1888

mmj( j 4wmi jwiwiie iiwwwnawwwiiit. - THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, NOVJIBEK 2(5, 3888. Tile Evening Post. CITY SPKClAIiS. Spcclnl Sale nrlliirnrss, Ac. Weeks A Co.. auctioneer, nt U7 Louisiana avenue, will sell tomorrow morning, nt 10 ill) o'clock, within tlicir salesroom, an cleg-intM "nrtment nf harness, Ac. Dealers and consumers will no tt ell to attend tills unction silc. h tho goods must ho disposed or, us the owner Is about to leate tlio city. Thin A lues iiml Liquor. Chr. Xnndcr's, Will Soicnth street northwest. Tho mot complete l.lqnnr Homo and stock In the city. Pino old t hlsklos of lrtits-'70. etc., n. spoclafty nnd alwaysc n hand. Direct Importa tion of Foncrheerd Bros, and M.JIWiHno Mierrlcs and I'ort. Aynla A Co, Chateau d'Ay ClmtnpuiuiJ, Cruso A Kits l'rorcs Clarets. House-Pitt nig i:tnbllsliiiicnt. John ltuddcn' Instaltmmt homes, which nro irntrally located at 0 10 and IM'J .setcnth street northwest, Is tho plncetu buy our housekeep ing outfits. Ho has tho lareot stock ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 27 November 1888

,,jIMi it.--- J.VM liEPAHTMKNT NEWS. T'nc I'reii'li'til toilny nppnltut'd George Vn-ii,:i:jtciii Ui-isul Collector of Internal Ilu cuuo for the Ninth (llslilcl of Putin sj vnnla. ANornt.u Death o.s Tin: Boston. Stiruetin Simon of Iho orulsor Boston 1 ictl o! yellow fevor on board tlio vessel in iimiiiiiitiiiu at O'liQ o'clock Inst night . .A4.- Di'Afi l,Ti:.Tit.--Tltc following pat ents Imvu been granted to residents of tho DNtilrt of Colutnblii! William I), lltighoi, donrlock und attachment; John W. Morgan, paper box, trado-mnrk, pies, H. Coppcrthito ic Co. Tub Couut or lxiiumv. First Lieu tjunnt Bdwnrd Davis, Tilrd Aitlllery, 1 1 m's lcsumed his dittius ns recorder of tho court of Inquiry, relieving First Lieu tunnnl Henry It." Lninltiy, Third Artillery. No testimony was taken to-day. Yur.Low Fuvmi Nnws. Dr. Martin telegraphs tho Surgeon Ocncral: "Three now cases of yollow fever nnd ono denth nt Gainesville; tho dccciiiicil had been sick sluco tlu! 18lh ntul was 'discovered to-day...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 27 November 1888

o THE EVENING POST, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 18HH. The Evening Post (anp WauI.noto!I Critic) PUBLISHED EVBIIV EVENING. nr tub . ASHINQTON POST COMPANY. PntT HulLDINO, tor icr Tenth and D Streets and I'enn, Ave, W'AfniKotoM, D. C. SECOND EDITION. Newssmes, No.81 CritioScmes, No. 0,338. TKItMS: SlnyleCopy 'J Cents By Carrier, per month 3ft Cents By Mull, por month, postage paid 40 Cents By Mall, per year, postago paid $(.no "WASHINGTON. NOVKMBER 27. 1883. it's slow usi:. There was n fresh fall of snow In Washington yesterday. It was a slopuy Know, damp even to wetness. It lay on the pavements and mndo pedcstrlanism it burden. As In other years, bo In this, it showed what kind of people some people arc Vie refer to tho peoplo who let tt stay on tho stdowalks for olhor folks to wade through. This is bad enough in prlvato life, but in business circles It is condcmnnblo. Along busi ness streets it was observable that the enterprising business man who sells his goods at fair prices nud advert...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 27 November 1888

THE EVENING POST, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1388. 3 m The Evening Post. inn iiustm:. Detroit Fiitl'riu. Oil, tho blooming, blooming bustle. Tho lluiinclntf, Ijuiinclnir bu-tlo, Tho heaving, wunvlnn bustle That tlio maid of fashion wear, t Ilowltquaps nml quakes ond quivers, How It o'i'llhitcs nnd rhlvi'i s, llnw It slimitii nil modct livers When In public It np, oars 1 When cxlondcd nml oxpnmlcd, A lijr fashion I, domnndod, 1 think If you uro cut did With mo you will agree. That thin nburil Illusion Inisnniound u delusion. And comliiilva to confusion Iu a very high dogroo. SUCH A SURPRISE. "I wish youwoultlit't look so tragic, Mr. Touchwood," snld tho young lndy to her companion, whllo hor eyes twinkled roguishly, " I hopo you haven't enticed tna to this deserted spot to mur der mo." " Metn," ho repented hoarsely, " will you honr ine 1 " " If you do that again I shall scream," bIic said, rising from the shady rlvor hank whcio they hnd hecn renting after a long walk. 3Ir. Touchwood sank ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 27 November 1888

TIIE EVENING POST, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1888. Tiie Evening Post. CITY SlM-JClAItS. Ttntichton Co, special Notice. Tlil prominent nml repre.entntlvo business etabllWcnt ul 121B nml l'.'JO r street north mi la 'Iftrinvxtra Inducements fortt-onext thirty days In parlor unit bed room mrnltutc, tables, iiililueto, ttc Aim In carpet, rum, lm inch it. A srund display of drapery, lico cur' In, and cvcri ilw of tiooii In their Hue, to h1 ot v.hlih they cull t'.poelal uttontlon. 'I liAlr rnpat lou button;- iiromid their first Iloor conltlni mi eleauiit llnd ,of ronklnn clmlrf, etmlj. tirtcni", 1'itnhno woil., etc., nil ot vvh'cb would m-iko 'tillable pi wilts for tlio he May mill for wli oh nuoclnl price, will bo ln.de and in copied In trust until called for. iioiip-rinniK i:iai)iiiuiH'iit. ,Tnln tiui li ii Instiillment houe, which nre ce itniilv loen'od nt i Ml nml IUJ Seventh ,trctt nortliWiit I, lliu plutcto buy jour hou.ekocp Inc outfits. Ilo ha, the lareuf slock of stoves, icrixt", furn...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 28 November 1888

Out An una iv II a n The Bccrc t ii) of Mate has received ft report from the Inltcil bintm Minister to Hajtl In r it 1 to lliu 111m il sclilre of the Amer ican steamer Ilnjtlon llopubtlc. Tho re port is (otnpiohonslvo mill will doubtless im Inld befoui Congress, Bo Assistant Scuctiiry Hives deemed It advisable not to nllow its publication beforo that is Oono. Ivmnton nuwitrMKNr cttvN'ui'.s Tho following otllUal ckatiBcs have boon rando In the Department o'f tho Interior: General Lmd OfllcoKclnatatcmont! John V. Wiffllit of TcntiMseo, law cleric, !,200, having resigned as mcnibf r of thu Sioux Com lulnslou Patent Onico Appolnttiifnt: William A. Schuciiborn of tho District of Columbia, draughtsman, Sl.QOO Pension Olllce. Ajnolntment: James A. Graham uf North Carolina, special cxiunlncr, 11400. Itpulpimllon. Gcor.ro 11. Uphaui of Mnlne, special exainlnei. Lnrrnt-HuNLsou BiuctT C.vus. The mntter of putting letler-boos on street cms, which is being agitated by somo struct car lines, has ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 28 November 1888

4ttwt; " 2 THE EVENING POST, "WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1888. The Evening Post (and Washington Cnmr.) PUBLISHED EVEUY EVENING. WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Ton Builtuso, Corner Tenth nnct 1) Streets and Tenn. Ave. Washinoton. 1). C. SECOND EDITION. New Semes, Xo. 35 OmTiaSEittES, No. 0,839. TEIIMS: Single Cory. 2 Cents ByCnirlcr, per month 33 Cents Ily Mall, per month, postage paid 40 Cents By Mall, per year, postngo paid $t.BO WASHINGTON. NOVEMIJEK 28, 1888. NO VAl'KU TO-MOnilOW. To-morrow being a National holiday, Tun Kvenino Tost will obscrvo It by not appear ing hi public. It will knock oil for a day, and load up ou such local Items and other matters of personal Interest as turkey and oysters, sweet potatoes and celery, pumpkin pie and plum pudding. And It Is devoutly thankful. TIIANKSOtVINO. ThnnkFeivinc comes to-morrow and everybody who is anybody will give thanks. Sorao people lmvu an ulcn that they havo nothing to bo thankful for, but It in a mistaken Idea. Even tho man who is to ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 28 November 1888

SSSsHm! WNWSW3l ---rJIW9Wi55??jW POST, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1888. 3 THE EVENING R N 1 TWENTY-SIX HOUNDS. ably mkxixu news. TOMMY WAUIUIN KNOCKS OUT JACK HAVIiLIN. Tlio rilif fur n I'lirso or 41,000 nt 11m llooiiK (if Hip Ciillfornlii Atlilolln Club The Dofciitcd .Mini IMucklly Comes Up Twonty-llvr Tlicos, San KitAscicco, Nov. 28, Tho fenthor weights Jnck Ilnvclln nnd Tommy War ten met nt tho rooms of tho California Athletic Club Inst night nntl fought for a purse of $1,000. According lo tho ntlpu lntlons tho men onlered tlio ringatlJ8 pounds, nud both nppenred in oxcollent condition. Tlio betting before tlio tight wns not very heavy, nnd whnt odds wero offered wero gonornlly in fnvor of "Wnr ron. Tlmo wns called nt !):lii. AVrtrrcti opened the round by pushing Hnvelln to tlio iloor. Tlio latter quickly lcgiiincd his foot nnd mi inlorclinngu of light blows followed. Warren hnd tho best of the round throughout mid succeeded In getting in several good blows. On tho beginning of tho ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 28 November 1888

' "'' ! iMtfniHi; 4: THE EVENING POST, WBDNKHPAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1888. ...j, t'ip "-1"wn gmymwyjpm njmnwtMarwtM Kftafts; wwHwr"l.fc-tT3TOri iMiifT?5??S-T St Tke Evening Post. CITY SI'UOIAIjH. TIiiP M turn nml Uliuor. Chr Kamlcr'n,!)! seventh street not! tin est. Tliomot lomtrtelo llqtinr l!ouo ami stock In theiltr, l'lnoOW Milskloiof 1KIW 'TO. etc , u upoclilty niidalwnjit n luiiiil Dlioct Importn. 5 ion of Ponerh'enl Ilroi.und M MlmVllnii sherries and 1'orls. Aral1 & Co, Chateau d'Ajr Champaencj, Crate A His Frores Clarets. Ml iinlllr of picture nnd frames old nt YPcrluitTi.lUO nnd 111 "til strut UUil 112'Jl Pennsylvania !ivonu HtitiMvl Htuig l.'MiililMiiiient. John Iluditen' Instiltmcnt houc, which nro ftitrnlly located nt t) to ami tUJ 'ov e nth street iorthvTCt, l ttiu iilncotii huy)imr houekcet tag outfit. Holms tholarcet stock of stoves, firpets. lurnlturo, ttc , tint ho has iTcrkept, und Is doing nn lmmcno hulni'si lijr selllnc llirm ntnish prices on tho Imtillment plan on ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 30 November 1888

IjATH depauxmbst news. Giwiiul Ursit.j.w Uksiojm, A. 13. Upshaw, Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Interior Dopatlirictit, has resigned. Intkiimt on Honds. U. S. Treasittor Hyatt to-day initllml 0,11(1 checks, lufgro gntlng $1,802,517. to cover quarterly In iciest on i i)er cent, registered bonds duo December 1, Hayti Pays an I.s'mkmsitv.- 3Ir. Thompson, the United States MlnlMci" nt Poitnu Prince. Hnytl, 1ms Informed tlio Department of Statu tlint the schooner William Jones of lloslon, ciiptured on October 20, has been releiiscd, mid ?10, 0Q0 Indemnity pnid. An Imi-oiitaS't Cask. A enso ln volvlng tibout U30,000 acres of hind In Michigan, tlio linger part of the railroad hind'! in tlio upper I'enlnsqln, Is on hear ing beforo Secretary Vilas. Tho point lit question 1 that the lauds were errone ously maiUed on ttie boolti of the Land Olll.o, and that they belonged to tlio Btato ns swamp lands. WHBKE 1SJHE WIIjIj? A Contriivony Over l'otr 1'ltclilyn'a IXuliv An Important l'upe...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 30 November 1888

THE EVENING POST, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1888. The Evening Post (AHU WASIIINaTOll CnlTIC.) PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING. VASHINQTON POST COMPANY. Tost Dnt.niNa, Corner Tenth and 1) Streets nnd Tcnn. Ave. W-ssuimotox, D. O. SECOND EDITION. New Semes, No. BO CiiiTto Semes, No. 0,340. TT.HJIS: SlnglcCopy a Cents Uj- Carrier, per month 05 Cents ByMnll, per month, poslngo paid '10 Cents By Mall, per yenr, postago paid ,$1.50 WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 30, 18S8. Wi'. have received from tlio Departs ment of Agriculture), Division of Ento mology, with tha compliments of Nqr mnn S. Colman, Commissioner of Agil culture, vol. 1, No 5, of "Insect Life.; devoted to the economy and llfo Jinbtts of insects." Colonel Colman's long res idence In Washington nnd more or less intimate acquaintance with boarding liouso nnd hotel night life, certainly con ptituto him an authority on metropolitan domestic entomology, but even tho wiso may thirst for knowledge, as will bo seen by this extract, which wo republish from I...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 30 November 1888

apTywrpiififgw r -' 1 'If-flfW "W$' r'. fV "? THE jgVEmNG POST, FEIDAY, NOVEMBEK 30, 3888. 3 wmr' a Noviniuun thiI:noiy. Couritr-Journi. 0 hcarll tin you feci llio riom which fulls On oarthnnd akytoilnf A thoujrh tho (lying hcnil tuir calls. let loukl not with us flay. Wo find In tho wood n jnlitlo clmrm, Wlion tho winds souni ruil mill ilccp. Till It seems somo splrlf In tnauo nlnrin Was Bcndlue; somo mm to sleep, Dprntifo tlio trens liiiuhlrcr nnd moan Tor tlio dead lcnvcsnt tlu-lr fcot fclmll wo keep company with grief nlono, And never n now Jiy sreetr O heart! do you fpnltliotjloom which falls On curlli find sky pvrtnyf And, iko a prMontnfwItlilii lis walls, W 0 dream Of theMinshlno's piny. Or, IN TUB D.MIK1.ST HOUR. Itwns n Rrcnt Hliock to a mnn of Dr. Wilton's prido wlun 1" licnril from IiIh nojiliow Unit ho was nl)out to marry a penniless girl, ltpglnnlil ltnrt liml lieen lirmiglit Ml) to rppard lifmaclf ns ils uncle's heir, lint in cngngluj; himself to mairy Arclilo Grant ho...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 30 November 1888

- 14 jbJ.m, -nr- JT !WW7 ""rTWT' '1"" ";H'"'V'TI WMHIW 1' n THE EVENING POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1888. ' V vl)faWWl$WWSMMm7rri!ms-ri ;:;:mn!!!MHHHHIIHH The Evening Post. CITY SlM:01iVliS. Coffees, Trim iiml Clioeolnte.. The finest mid ebon ot eoffcei to ho found in tho illy. Old (lovcrnm. lit ,'irvn, il(X. 'Woolii und .Isva. aoe. dellirhifitl mined ten, fiOoi due Milter, no good butler l!i. Como and try oiirtjon"ee le M nml liiittrr, sou will find they aro belter and ctenper thin elsewhere It. & V Mitzoeii, . 117 7th t. a. w. ftlioelut. Having mado cxtctnlvn alterations In our store, wo am enabled to ndd several now lines of coods. Wo cjccllly mil your attention to our pretty ornamoulii for decorating mas tree. Touvoldtlie utinl holiday rush, wesuzircvt tho advisability of buvlnu oarly. A porsonal Inspection will cimMnco you that wo bivo rcllped onr effort" In former years to mako suitable selections for holiday Initio. 1'uni'iN & Co., til cat Be. Moro, 100 7th st. n. W. l...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 1 December 1888

""'IWfff''SPV flfSy1D T J"MF - V"f''(f -" viNy W'TV ""J .. rr- MwMtOWHinniuiirirnii " .i " ," '"i 54PBiwwJpM-J,'B?y,v",,'ll " ' -j urn i.in-f.iwy. v - r - is IP'fl ".I'yj! ,ij,T''Tg"" ' ?v."'-i""' ' ','1 ''-f ;nf ta-' "'V(nl,MPlf My -"T1 "3oniHlilH ' LATE DEl'AimjEXT NEWS. A Knw Ciiiek.-S. A. IIn.11 of Mlnnu sola was to-dny appointed Chief of tlio Dead-Letter Ofllco, Postofllco Depait mont. Pacific KaimvaY Pmkgtoim ltr.roiiT. Tlio Government dilcctorM of tlio Union Pacific Railroad, In tholr report to the Scciotmy of tlio Interior, rcltoroto their recommendations mado last year, that some Kcttlomqnt between tliu rond and tho Government should now ho made. Thoy indonjo the conclusions of the inJo-lty report of the commission appointed under the act of March 3, 18S7. Tho President to-dny appointed Hohett J. Shilcrof Oregon negater, nndGcorgo McGovcrn of Oicgon Ucralver of tho New Harney land district In Grant County, Otcgon; also Joseph G. McCoy of Kansas, lteplHtcr of tho land olllco...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 1 December 1888

MPWIM'HIfPippWgrppp. ' MHF IJpppP 2 THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1888. The Evening Post (aud Wasiuxqtoh Cmiic.) PUBLISHED EVEIIY EVENING. r tiii WASHINQTON POST COMPANY. I'OST BOIt-DINO, Corner Tenth ami D Streets nnd renn, Ave. WismNOTOM, D. C. SECOND EDITION. New SnniES, No. 87 CmtioSeuies, No. 0,311. TEJIMS: Single Copy 3 Cents Jl- Carrier, per month 85 Cents Ily Halt, per mjnth, postago paid do Cents By Mull, per year, postage paid.... SI GO WASHINGTON. DECEMBER 1. 1883' TVK WAST 1VA11. The usually pcn.coful and til ways pious Colonel S'.icpard of tho Now York Mail and Kxpras is tho first Northern man to declare) war on tho South anil begin tho clanking of armor. In his paper of yes terday ho grows blood-thirsty and issues notice that tho North w 111 proceed at onco to tlte South and dclugo tho land in blood if tho Democrats mnko tho slight est attempt to steal tho IIouso of Repre sentatives or anything elso belonging to tho Reoublicnn party. Tho Colonel is wild nnd w...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 1 December 1888

55Wfl$$Jr?l Jl lJ f'JSWiW" v rwmyif 'jaWrTfVjsyiyaysjF'iirti ?" "MV'P'l'!','!Kinwnnf' 1 rrrT'lt'r1 ' "'''''"W ' TllE EVEN1KG lOST, SATURDAY, DECHTMriEH 1. J 888. 3 lnHtr rrtlwty i(w 4.1 W 4" J TnE EvEyiNfi Post. 'i( kim iri:i: umiuic. Ohailiiti. I'mrton. To kiss licr clieeU I (is honey flnc Tho beo from roso or rglnntliio Dotli sip, so I from dimple culo Would titsle of Love's delicious wine. hnt could a ltulglit (or l)eo) computo Dearer thaji sqcli UcllKht illvliio? An nrm about licr form to twine, 1'J' naught repulsed In word or sign! TlrnliT. 1 fultli, jrt icsolutc, Tlio' tbocU'il licr shjness fcinltiluc, To lijssliur cheek I If Cbanco w(i fortune could combine, And Cupid scIichiIiil' scamp Incllno Ills powers of suwon to my suit, XWillst L'rnto lent suili nlds bcnlirn. Hint wish would blossom and bear fruit, Gay Slrn mid .Mnldj, no more I'd plno To kiss bcr clicck 1 IN GREAT LUCK. My n Secret Service Doled lo In tlio spring of 18(1:1 uvcry ilonornlna tlon of ''Blilnplnstcr" curr...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 1 December 1888

THE EVEXDSTG POST, SATlTBAY, DECEMBER 1, 3$S8. The Evening Post. CtTY SlMCOIAIiS. Uoiiitlitnn Co. -Special Notice This prominent and repnwentntlvo business Mtabllliment nt 1218 ami Viia V t ttcet north' svi-M, Is offrrlni extra Inducements forthenext thirty days In parlor und bed-room furniture, tables, cabinets, etc. Alto In carpets ruga. uonks, etc. A imitnl display of drapery, Inco oiirtulns mill every class or Roods In tlKMr line, to ull of hlcli they call especial nttontlon. Tlrlr capacious balcony iirounil their llrst floor routsliu an decant lino of roeltlrig chairs, lastls, ferren, bamboo wotk, etc, nil of McU would make suitable presents for tho holidays, and for vh oh apeelnl prices will bo made and accepted In trust until csllod for. o to It, A. Ooldcn's l'lsta Stall, nt Centro Market, for t'anvns-back (ind Bed-hind Ducks. All kinds of flnmo, rrnsli J'Mi, Kennebec "almou, Kits Sliders, Terrapins, l.obstors, llysters, Ac. Telephone 817-11, J'or Murrajr'a Celebrated nuttcrl...

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