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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 8 December 1888

LA mmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmti r-TiiwMff ?- "F '"ilwkmm' wmumw1 wwm ft Air w mm'rHB8mF' msm&mt&m! $jjmtpmimx W( m Ml ' J '-Mtri'UITMENTNMVS. feT m -A O U M ftv " 1 mi Is Informed of the arrival of t c L. s 'tc.i nor Trvitlnn nt Funiumi. IloNoOri'itniaai To Day. Bonds woro offered up to 12 o'clock ns follows: i,c..ijo0.000 nt llSi;4Js,r.,20.000rttl09j; r , 15,000 nl 108 Nd Si'KctAti JIuwAon. Tho roport that tho l'rcsldcnt Intends to send to Congress n special mqssrtgo on civil ser vice loforra is denied nt tho WhUo llousu. Tilt: CimitOKKK HTittr. Tho Interior Department has notified tho Chcrokcos tlmt tho Chdrokeo strip is (ho property of tho United fUates and tho Intliaua have no right to lease It. LlEL'TH.S'AKT TAUKT's ArrOINTMKNT. Tho Piesldcnt hns appointed Dmory II. Tntlnt, formerly llcuteuaiit'ln tho Navy, ns consul to tho Congo ltlvcr Free Stuto with headipiaiters at Boino. Tun Court or Ixquiry. Tha Court of Inquiry appointed to investigate tho Aqueduct scandal finished tho ...

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. — 8 December 1888

v ' in- . s - II. n'fSiiii'di, 2 TT1E EVENING POST, SATUllPAY. UKOKMBEB 8, 1888. rwTj-jMnnKiiiriaawi(W'iKWWWr Tjib Kviwing Post (Ami WinmftcrrtiN cnttlcl UB13IIL VItY EVEN-NO. nr tub WASHINGTON POST COMPANY l'osr HclLnitin, Corner Tenth And tl Streets Mid Penn. At. Wamiinotoni I). 0. SECOND EDITION. TKAIHNfl IX HUMAN 1IAIK. Ni:w8r.iui:s,,t3UiilTloBr.nlRS, No.i1,nip THUMB: RlngloCopy .,. iiiiinui.1111 1 Cents Hyl'urrlrr, per hiontli 1..1 i55 Cents Jly Mall, i-oi'm'jnlli, posla'tn paid it) Cents lly Mall, per year, fir-liin paid., ..$1.5(1 wArTmyoToy. DKCKMiiiiiTsTiBssi Tim Vlttsburp; OhronkU'Ttltgraph lmi the belt for iiumltiltarntcil Hn, In n re cent crittoriii on tlio iIinrtUr of Mr. Clovcliiml ami Colonel Lnmont It says:" What thoy may nay to oaoli oilier alter March 'twill nut boot public Interest! mid thereforo tlio Chrotilele-TtUorapli will cease to roirt tlmso Interesting conversations beginning: "Dniiloll" " Yi'H sir." Tlio Urinnlcli-l'eltHraph'i "Daniel" and "Slro" conversat...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 8 December 1888

Bl - , i.,,,Mji'iiiiwij1ii,i:(iTiiW'r' i . -rr- iMiioiiiwiiM naMwurtMii nmmmmlXmSjmir "lw8iP! J-pr" THE EVENING PORT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8 1888. 3 rf I I . Vr n J I' The Evening PaT. mut DAiir., Anna tt Jlttrnlntix. 'Ti loitoil! CmiM yliu (lint mo pleam!'1 Wr lltllu fit thloiiCd li-.hr ' 1i w.inl h s ( i.flnl liar o .li-n tleoce, jim i-io -i- Ii . onmli .1 mi illmplod knees, ;iO). il a d i'.i.'J her witn nnM!, Andsottly vhliprad "Maybe." Iicad! ''Ilut, ilnir,'' I nld "What l vour unmot" w y. i liln't vnu ho ir ma lull youl Jltlil tJllliiVl'Vot " A hrlffhl. tlinuirhr. rami'. "Vos jion yoil'roKimd:liuUvuit thoy blaino You llttlniiiKi. f's Jttl Ihu untfia wno.i manmin Inn to scold o Hi" '.'', iniimtrtit never scold,'' eho rabans, A lltllo hliidlu n ,iiiu!r, 'I'fpf whpii t'vo been u finwlmt ntonos, And IIipii ho wiys" (tho culprit owns), "Jlulii'l'ilik'fiiipli!rii.IoMiH. liAlli'M you been utloliiit!" A LUCKY MISFORTUNE. Fniiny ntul I hnil ji.trictl, at wo imp-po-cd mid hoped t tho tttti...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 8 December 1888

73Cp W 'JrrrjfX- rrvvwr w-Tjyu,iim 7 yrc -v ' fliJlf; THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1833. i?. 1 i i v ? K 1. Ill' The Evening Post. CITY SPECIALS. Tine Wines and Liquors. Chr. Sander's, 001) Seventh street northwest. The most eompleto Liquor llouso and stock In tlio city. Kino Old Whiskies of lS09-'70. tto.. a specialty and ulwayt n hand. Direct Importu tlous of Fcnorheerd Bros., and M. Jllsa'sfino Sherries nnd rorts, Ayala A Co., Chateau d'Ay Champagnes, Cruso &, Flls Frcrci Clarets. ltorlie.ter for I.lejit. Chas. A. Muddlman, Ons Fixtures for now homes. Hochestcrund other lamps. 2(KIFst. l'or Murray's Celebrated Hiittcrlno go to tho Original stands, till), 330, 351 Centre Mar ket, ccutro aMo. Ilolls, 'JUo per pound; prints, 22a per pound: cooking, 17c per pound. Go to 11. A. Onliloii's Fish Stalls, at Centre Market, for Canvass-back nnd licd-hcad Uncks, All kinds of Onme, Fresh VMi, Konncbeo halmon, V.fg .Sliders, Terrapins, LObstors, Oysters, Ac. Telephone 817-1). J...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 10 December 1888

9 m I. LATH DEI'AUTJIKNT JiKWS. Tho 1'resldentnont lothc Senate to-day tbo following nominations: I'erry Uclinotit, New York, to bo lhivoy Ex traordinary nhd Minister Plenipotentiary of tbo UnlUd States to Spain; Ilovvird Kills of Now Jersey, to bo Consul of tho United States at Kotterdam. Collectors Iutornnl Itnvcnno: Gcoreo Wash ington Iltiisal of Pennsylvania, for tho Ninth District ol Fcnniylvanhi; Amliow 0. Clmpmin of Maryland, for tlio District of Marjland; IMwaid It. wolgatnuth of Pennsylvania, to ba Assistant Appraiser of .Merchandise In tlio District of Philadelphia; John J. Kurlght of Michigan, to bo Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Samuel II. Albro of Now York, to bo Superintendent of Indian Schools! James C. Saunders of Arkansas, to bo nn In al.in Inspcctot. Itccclvcrs of l'ubllc Motioye: T. A. Dunlava of Minnesota, at Crpokston, Minn.; acorgo McGowan of. Oregon, :tt DroW6cy. Oregon; Frank F. llatidolph of Dakota, at Wntcrtown, U. T. To bo Iteclslcrs of .and Oft...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 10 December 1888

SriSWHHESS! SzJXSSmZ; THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1888. ! " ;.t The Evening Post (AS!) WaMIINOTON CllttlcO PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING. BY Titr. WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. P0T llUlLIUKO, Corner Tcntli and I) Streets and Tcnn. Ave. WASHINGTON, I). C. SECOND EDITION. HEWSnitin8,No. 14 UittTicScntEs, No. 0,319. TERMS: SlnftloCopy 1 Cent By Carrier, per montli.. 35 Cents By Mall, porm)ntli,podn-o paid -10 Cents UyMall, per year, postajro paid Sl.fiO Washington. ijXckmheu 10. lsss. i'itooiti:s?tvi hhlioion and l'lto oukssivi: iiuciiiti:. . 'Tropreaslvo cr.chro" Is tlio latest Chi cago sensation. It was ft Blmpla cliild born of social necessities and woulil have tiled n natural ik-nlli as other cpliomora, but IUslinp Fallows of tho licformcd Episcopal Church found it and nttacked it from tho pulpit. Made a martyr of it, in fact, and, as usual, friends came to tho rescue. Now peoplo who novcr played "progressive cuchro" In their lives aro elttlnrup nights "nhuflllng tho boards' nnd it...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 10 December 1888

tjpi w "sn"' m tMir Jipor", 'inT!P'"TW"- -qjFWrT wifiwfpf W THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1888. 3 T"r717w rdtr TALKS WITIIWISBWiLS. THOMAS A. IIIUSON'f) rVTI3 T.WTA3 TIO INVENTION. Tlio Ainitnlni; Hired ltcnillltic J'mn a Coitililiiiillnii of tlio l'lionncriipn Villi Initiilmitto 1'lcurin lloprcsoiillnir uvll Clnssos of Idle. In ono of. tlio rooms in "Wi.aW" Tliomna A. Eillaou'a Mg laboratory W Oianjiu. N. .T., yesterday, suys thu Niv York Prai, wcro piled stacks ami stnclg ot iIoIIh. There woro bltr dolls and llttn dolls, fat dolls and thin dolls, handsonu dolls and plain dolls, negro dolls nnd Olilticso dolls, dolls ot ovory description, nnd thuy possessed n power that dolls liavo never yet been fitted with. "Nearly all of Ilium can talk," said Mr. Edison, "nnd they'll nil bo nblo to talk whou tu not through with 'em. "Wiintjto hear onoil" Ho took down a delicately formed doll with yellow hair and mi insipid ex pression tho kind of a doll that would always bu looked upon ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 10 December 1888

w atMmymTMijTt,rTrrmtl fMlrtt, i , , THE EVEKING POST, MONDAY, DECEMBEK 10. 38S8. i ' ir i M ' W I: r f f n ! i ir k,f .,.,'. . '.v h 1 1 I' n w ? ii . ti The Evening Post. CITY SPECIALS. Houghton Co.'n Holiday floods. Tbli representative furniture, cnrpot and up holstrry establishment, ceulrally located ut iai8 and taut) K street northwest, nro offering ton thousand dollars' worth f ehyant nml nobby articles, suitable for Christmas present, at jpeilHl prices for spot cash during till; month. Ladles will plcaoo visit tliclr new ami capacious storn nml cxatnlno their iu; peib lino ot elcguit ware, ami you will Bml their price aro the lowoit ever offered In Wnshlnuton for tho yam class of dcslrnblo goods, which nro so well adapted for holiday gilts. . Houghton & Co. llncltestor for Light. CIi. A. Nuddlman. iU rlxturcs for new homes. Kothestorand other lamps. lSUUl'et. Oil tn It, A. (Iiililrii'ft FUli Stalls, at Cenlro Market, for Canvass-back imd Itcd-hcud Duiks. All kinds of name...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 11 December 1888

"IjATE DKI'AIITJIEXT NEWS. Bo.Ni)Oi'KKit!NasTo-BAY. Uondswcro offered up to 12 o'clock to-day, ai follow: 4's, coupon, $110,000. at 1281; registered, $50,000, nt 1271. ox. Int. ; 4, roistered. $.23,000, nt 108; $11,000, highest prlco of fered. Dibcursixo Haytibn Affairs. This was Cabinet day nt the Whlto House, mid the session w an unusually long one. It Is generally supposed Hint tha subject under discussion related to the Hayti matter. JLuon Gaudinhji llnTtnist). Jlnjor Asa 11. Gardiner, Judge advocate, hav ing been found by an army retiring board Incapacitated for nctiva service on nrcount ot disability Incident to the ser vice, has been, by direction of tlio Presi dent, retired from acllvo service, Navy Dei'Ahtmekt Ciiancies. -Miss Kallo S. Whlto has boon appointed to a $720 clerkship In tlio Naval Wm Record Office, Navy Department. 13. K. Hcl mer has been appointed to at 000 clerkship In the oillcoof tlio llureau of Steam En gineering, Navy Departmont. Tiik Pri-sidhnt's G'am.eh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 11 December 1888

ssmmSim wmm-mmwmmm w -" if'JWWMPH'JIMJUVW"? pAiy f( KArijntz o THE EVENING POST, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1888. Si H ! J 1 ' ' ' J '" I K . US ,'i The Evening Post (and Washington Cnmc) rtJDMBIIED EVEHY EVENING. nr Tns WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Tost Bciuuno, Corner Tenth and D Streets nnd Tcnn. Avo. WjksniHOTO, D. 0. SECOND EDITION. Nbw SrniEg, No. 4G Cmtio Semes, No. 0,850. TERMS; single Copy. 2 Cent By Carrier, per month nr. Cents By Mall, per munth, postage paid 10 Cents By Mall, per year, post-iso paid $1.50 WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 11, 1893". Yesterday a "star hoarder" in Chi cago killed his landlady nnd then kllkd himself becauso she would not lovo him. The poor fellow no doubt thought that paying his bill regularly was enough to niako any landlady love tbo man who did it, and when he discovered ills mis take, it crazed him. Alack a day, what poor reward U that vlrtuo which re wards itself. Hit. Amos J. Cumminos, In a lottor to the New York Sun on tho manner of national legislation, s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 11 December 1888

Liillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Ssrryrr THE .EVElG POST, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11. 188S. 3 7 i i a war " , ,? 1 1 -U .i . ,i ,,l,,, .i . i , w ,.,,., ,--.. i- - i . -v" W ' ' mIPW! FAITHFUL TO THE LAST. Till! DOUJlLUTIlAtiKIlY in chicawo Y12STK11DAY. A Yoiing Mini After Vulnly Trying to Olitiiln tho Affection of 'ill, I'rjontl'fi Wife, .Shoots Her mid Then Kills Him self Dntitll of tlio Affair That lui, llorrl lied The City of the Lukes. Chicago, III., Dec. 11. Mrs. MnryE JlcnlU was munlcrctl yesterday by tlio limn who tiiisucccssCiilly omlcnvoicd to wenn her nfTcctlons from her husband. Tho body of tho inurdorcr, who then took Ids own llfo, lies tit tlio morgue. A HAl'l'Y IIOMIt. Hcnjfttnln Vf, Morrill, a salesman for N. A. Croboll A Co,, lived with his wlfo tit 200 Illinois street, wlioro Sirs. Murrlll kept a boiirdhiK liotuo. Sho wits n hnnd Botnu brunette, refitted nud attractive in manner nnd popular with all who know Iter. Sho nud Iter husband Mways lived happily...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 11 December 1888

"S-i(td- 1i2SS&. - 'J "f'BfllWfWiWWlMI'iHW, lllMM&W ":a',,2,jM CTinrTWKy.WaAJiWlHilr9Jattf ASrt- igftftfc- Ji, THE EVENING POST, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 3888. The Evening Post. CITY SPECIALS. Fine AVInos nnil T.lqtiors. Chr. Xandcr'n, OOi BoTenth street no'thwost. Thomost complete Liquor House nml stock la tlio cltv. Kino Old Whiskies of 180S-'70. etc., l.la(tT and always n hand. Direct Importa tions of Fcnorhcerd Bros. nnd M. Mlsa'sflne sherries and Ports, Aynla A, Co, chateau d'Ay Champagne, Cruse & Flls Freroj Clarets. ItncheMer for Mcllt, Chai, A. Sluddlman. (las llxturcs for now homos. Itochcstor and other lamps. 120U F st. Co to It, A, Clolilcn'n I"lli Stall', at Centre Market, for Canvass-back and lied hind Uuck. All kinds of Game, Frcsli lh, henncbeo salmon, lice sliders, Terrapins, LobUcrs, Oysters, Ao Telephone SI7-J. Ilouse-nttlni; Jlnll llimoiit. .John Ituddcn's Installment houe, which nro centrally located at (MO ard tU'J Soventh street nurthwut, lithe pliuoto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 12 December 1888

"JgJliy.yiWJPIipiipipf1"1 " Hk wHHHHBHBHBBHHIWH i"" t 'ippr y , 1.ATI2 DKPAUTMKXT NEWS. Pni)ossI)i:SinD, Tho Presldont has dented pardon? tp Henry 0. Aiidcisun of Arkansas, Georgo M. Pair, Jr., or Vir ginia, mnl Joint Ann1; of tills city, In jail lor assault. Tun Nr.w Yonic lluu.mxn. Scccro tnry of tlio Treasury Fulrrhlld to-dny jmvo nhcftilng to tlio parties IntorcRtcd in tlio selection of a situ In New York city for tlio now appraisers' storehouses. UoNU OrrnntNOH To-day. Honds woro offcicd up to 12 o'clock to-day ns follows: -Is.SDO.OOO, at 128J i -I coupons, $2,100, at 103; i?o00, at 103; roistered, W00, at 103 ; 20,000, at 10SJ; $10,000, at 1084. Tin: Gai.usa Sails Today. Cora modoro Walker said tlioro wai nothing now this morning about tlio Hayti trouble. "Oalctm," snld bo, "I to sail tn-d(tv,nml perhaps she mnybo oil now." Tlio Ynnllo Is also ready and may sail this afternoon. Tins Pitr.smr.NT'fl GAM.isns. Among tlio President's cullers to-day were Sena tots' Pasco, Oifty, Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 12 December 1888

THE EVENING POST, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1888. K. a I u The Evening Post (AND WiSUINOTON CjlITIC) PUBLISHED EVEIIY EVENING. st inn WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Tost Bvudko, Corner Tenth and D Streets and Tcnn. ATe. WamiNOTos, D. 0. SECOND EDITION. New Series, No. 40 CiuticSeiues, No. 0j351. TERMS: SlngleCopy, 2 Cents By Carrier, per month 35 Cents ByMall, per month, postago raid 40 Cents By Mall, per year, postage paid 31.30 WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 12, 18SS. TUK SALOON QUESTION. For tho present, at least, the Dtstrlct Commissioners will bo obliged to "let up'' on somo of the liquor dealers tlioy have1 been successfully proceeding agnlnst for violation of the Sunday law. It ap pears by an examination of the law, which gives them certain powers, that tho samo law, to an oxtcnt, protects tho dealers und to that extent tho Commis sioners havo their hands tied. The Com missioners have no moro desiro to violate tho law In onu particular than they havo to sco it violated in another, and licenses...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 12 December 1888

kY- TIIE EVENING TORT, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1888. 3 f The Evening Post. I'LHAHANTIUKS. IBVK AMI rUNCTUATION. Fiim the Mtnntanotli Trilunt No longer on tlio garden gnto Hioy swlwr. Tho law lit parlor's now Tho thing. - They fit nnd lovo each other Tlicro While P i nbovo doth rip And tear. Sho puis more coal upon ' ' . , Tho flio. Tho sound liiftirlutos her Angry tiro. , "Put not colon," ho shouts Quite red, ".Mako a full stop nnd iro To bed." "Wo Imvon't reachod a period Tot," 8ho snld: "A nucitlon mark I think 'twas, 'would IWedt'" MR. PEPPER'S WIPE. "Sirs. Popjior, I labor under tho Im pression tlmt It is high thnu you wore getting breakfast. As tny former house keener understood nil my wishea la re gard to these things, I found it unneces sary to give any orders rcsnoeling them; but with you it Is different. As youhavo never got a mcnl in this house, of course you know nothing of tho regulations of tho household. "In tho first plnco, .you will make ft 11 ro in tho kitchen, put ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 12 December 1888

,'flHlWAT"Tr,,,,l'fW,J,'"W!W'-" W ' TT"rFlFTy si-mjwv i ii !- ynmmmnnnn niui i i ,1 rm'i , wiy Wiii ilftifi iimilniiiim wtusl (pmnjj'inwwH""i" """i 1 "" "'''flWJ!1''" "J' v .""" M WQW' 'I ""IWUliin i- THE J4V.ENJLNtt lJOS'JL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEK 12. 188B. ' - ri 7 The Evening Post. OITV SPECIALS. Murrny'n Unexcelled Hutterlne, It li nlraot uieles to mil llio tiltcntlon of the jmbllowhcro Jlurrny'aiolcbrnted buttcrln.ocan bo found. Hut for the bene lit of thoo who lmvo recently romo Into our mldt It can bo said, and property to, tli.it tho ialo or tlih nrtlclo K nnd Iihv been, for u lontr time, for nlo nt tho original Hand, No. S1IU, .150 nnd SJB1, Ccntro Market. Tl.o-o stands wero llrst fitted up by Henry llenshaw. tho first dealer In this market In but ferine. -Mr. Henry Klein, who is well and favorably known, I oceitpjlnic theo Identical ondorlelnnl stntids, nnd by talr dealing and furnishing nn excellent nrtle'.o ho hw built tit, a lucrative trailolntlie National Cnp'.tnl for tho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 13 December 1888

j8K3WR!8 Ull'JiaiMlJ4.LJUJAjBiAlJWft a mtmWimjfm3fr mffwrr Wty I.ATE DEPARTMENT NEWS. , Tiii:Caji:nt.t3Iketish. Tho Cabinet mooting to-day win a protrnctcd and ant muted one. TiikMail Siirrvicr. llui.r.s. Postmns-tcr-Gcnoral Dickinson sent to-dny his rules touching tho mull service to tlio Civil Sorvlco Commission. Tub Nr.w llKt.qi.VH JliNtsTim. Tho Dqmtmcnt of Stato has been omclallyl Informed uy Mr. B, do Molsbroclc, tho Belgian Minister to this country, that ho has been appointed Minister to Spain and that Mr. Gunner' HcldormleU had been chosen to succeed him In tho United States. Another Tiiiaij ron tub Vesuvius. Secrotary Whitney has written a letter, asking thai tho Vesuvius have another trial. Tho Secretary soys that, whilo tho Vesuvius mado tho icipilrcd twenty knots in tlio trial thu other day in an hour, yet ho would like another trial, in order to make tho result moro satis factory. Mn. Fi.ynsVj Aitoiktmkat. Indian Commissioner' Obcrly has appointed Mr. 8. II. Flynn, a wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 13 December 1888

2 THE EVENING POST, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1888. The Evening Post (HD WlSlllHOWN Ciunc) PUBLISHED EVEHT EVENING. BT TUB WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Pott Iluitmxo, Corner Tenth nnd n Streets nhd Tcnn. Ave. WAsniNOTos, D. C. SECOND EDITION. NewSebies, No. 47 OiiutoSEiitES, No. 6,853. TERMS: Single Copy 2 fonts By Carrier, per month 33 Cents By Mall, por month, postage paid 40 Cents By Mall, per year, postage paid,,,.. ,..,,$1.00 "WASHINGTON, DECEMBEU13. 1889. In tiie Washington correspondence of tho New York 1'imtt yesterday, com menting upon Senator Ingalls' last Inter view, occurs this rcmnrltttblo passage: "He dorotcs onu earnest and frank para graph to praise of tho President's Vilta. In this ho says, and truly: 'Tho Presi dent's messngo was tho most popular act of his adminfstration.' " Wo stop the press to Inquire If our esteemed contemporary has yot killed its able proof reader, or does it intend to hold lilni over for correction and slow torture? Or, startling thought, tho Times ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 13 December 1888

? '"?!,aiBBK",I THE EVENING- POST, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13. J 888. a The Evening Post. AI'Tl'.K MANY DAYS. From tht CtiiltUan diwA "I really nin obliged to you for bilnelng back my book, It moves momro'i to took whereon I thought mimoiotn I mil;; It rnlnilB moofilu early tl mo wherein 'twas lont to )oii. When llfowus joung, and hope win fair, and thl old book wan now. HoW welt ilnc inomory recall tlio ifllt tlill volume woie, Tiro day i llrst ntttactcd mo nt ' store; And vividly I leoollect jcii callo-l around that day, Admired It, and to riwtil It, and earrlej It nwuy. And now It comes to mo ngaln, ntrofE tho lftpo et tltne, Wearing thommnnhit battered look of those boyond their pi lino. , Old look, yi u need it restbut oro yoti'rn lAlu )Oii tlii? Mliolr, , Just try and laou togcthor till I read you through mysi if. THE PROFESSOR'S CHRISTMAS GIFT ' TtantlaMfrom tin lltillntr TagiUaf. Every woman dcslics, nbovo tilt thiiifa, to bo loved, mill Filtln. wns no exception to tho rulo, but ...

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. — 13 December 1888

THE EVENING POST, THUES DAY, DECEMBER 13. 3888. The Evening Post. CITY SPECIALS. Holiday Goads on tho Instalment Finn, tofati lluildcn, tho popular Instalment mer chant nt two and t32 Hevcnth street northwest, has a full supply of furniture, stoves, clocks, iiiks, willow ware, chairs ami many other sub stantial articles Dint would makon scnlblo nud useful Christmas proscnt. Ills entire nssorrnent fan bo boiuht ut cash prices on tho Instalment plan, on oasy weekly or monthly payments, to suit tho purchaser, Rubber lluot., Itubber Shoes, Ititbber Cnat,. Uosamcr Cloaks, Tors, etc. Very best rtuallly, and suitable for substantial Christmas i resent. Omidrear llubber Co., 30!) Ninth stroct,near I'enneylvnn'a avenue. l'lno Wines nml l.liunr. Chr, Xnnder's, not Seventh street northwest. Tho most roinpleto Liquor Hotiso and Block In flinr-ltv. Finn Did Wldaklns of lMIM-'TII. ntn.. II upeelalty nud alwayst n hand Ulrcct linnortii- iionn oi tencmeeru Uro.. and M. M i' flno Sherrlm and 1'orts,...

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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