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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 14 December 1888

nWMkwSHmffmmmmBSSSSSmSSSSSSmmmSSSmmSSE -nr7jaRjfa;MSAjjAjyMB-r ..njrwiPW Tw",f f"ff4.Tl"7vt!W7T?'l'!"''p' -7 -t ...... -lttiw ,-,- , , ''y -v -.- - fPHf swjrJifTv- liATB DKI'AHTMENT NEWS. KvTiiaM.Uifi; Hui'ORm TlicComp' trolli-r of tho C'utioncy has Issued a cull for reports of condition of nntloitM banks lit tlio close of business on Do cumber 12. The Pmisioiwr's C.u.i.cn?. Among thu President's callors to-day were Attorney-General Garland, Senators Mnmlor god, CoUjiiltt and Hansom, nnd Itopre Benlntlvos CoUfns, McKlnnoy, AndcrBoh, WlWn of Minnesota, Lawlcr, Caino arid Morrow, , Imvitf.d to 1'iiiLAUKi.rptA. Tlio President has been ltivhcd to bo prcsont at the opening of the Egyptian Room (ln tlio Philadelphia Masonio Temple on .Tumuiry 2. Tlio President has replied that ho would bo glad to nltoud but could not promlsu to do so. MlNISTCIl PlIELl'S ItCCAtLKD. It U understood that soino. ten days ngo Mih Istcr Phelps placed (n tlio hands of Lord Salisbury a note In which tho United St...

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. — 14 December 1888

THE EVENING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14-, 18S8. t V '( The Evening Post UNI) WaSHIXOTOH CniTic.) PUDIilfJIIED EVERY EVENING. rv TUB WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Po'TlH'llMNd, Corner Tenth and 1) Streets und Tcnn. Ave. WAsmxatoy, D. C. SECOND EDITION. NswSciiies, No. -IS-Oiiitio Scums, No. 0,353. TERMS! Single Copy a fonts , By Carrier, per month OS Cents Ily Mull, per month, rentage paid '10 Cents By Mall, per year, poitago palit $I.S0 WASHINGTON, DECKMBEK 14, 18S3. Tin: Firemen's Keliki' Fond of "Washington Is shown by a report of tlio Auditor to be short. By tho regulations this fund is created by monthly contri butions of $1 fiom each member of tho Department. There nro 111 men, which makes tho wholo nvnllablo amount $111 a month. Pensions aro allowed llreinen Injured In the UlscliarRo of their duty, nud to thlr widows when thoy l!u. Tho maximum pension is $50. Thcro aro now on tho rolls two pension ers taking SSO.and tho widow of Michael Sweeny, who has been recommended for heroism, Is tho ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 14 December 1888

mmmmmtmmmmmmmmm ytf,Tsna7Gasr. (" "'' "$r!sSs(PJ'r W "iPgpp'''Tf wm9v"v y rfjtflf.'i", ry THE EVENING POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER U. 1888. 8 "i W !I'9W8, P TW5fflBW "WrWBi'f)!' Tub Evening Post. nJJASONAIll.K IinV3IK3. Front Hit Motion Courlir. I. thb niii.iscTJtnin nRvsnAoi. December hero It, The) winter nunr R And poopln urn saylnir It looks like snowj Tlio Tom nnjl dcrry Now tnukc men merry. Ana tlio foaming lager lias censed to flow. . II. 1UVAT WITH EH. Tor Joy we're roson; Tlio Kindly season Is commit fust, wlili lis wealth of cheer; Tor In Deeomber 'flip rli'li romotntior Th poor, ami they're always with us hero. III. cofnTntr' nouns. Tlimwh colil'K bpforo us Anil tlio minebinl'H chorus Is heard no mora In tlio lealloni frruvo, And tho siinhlnu coy li, Tho nlclitj mo Joyous. When wo sit with our girl near tho parlor slovo. . IV. ' .1CBTA IWEETi Tho world's a good oho! "ris not a rudo ono, For plonsuros eorno to us every nitv; , Thouittl tlio cast wind's blowing, And 'tli sometimes...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 14 December 1888

''"'ypWH "; tWpHnfljjHRS srrri Hff r" "7pii' w-yc-wr psfvttv1' " txwr is, "ttrr n THE EVENING POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER Vk 3888. The Evening Post. CITY SPECIALS. Sugars, Coffee nnd Tens 1'On THE JiltMOHBl Fresh doodi for tho Holiday I The Great Atlautlo A l'acltlo Tea Company, Importers and ltotallcrs, 60J7thst.audlO.Wllth it. n,waiOl list., Georgetown, Has concludtd, In older to Introduco nnd nt tho ramo time ptub tliclr unoxcellod baking powders and Then Nritor leas, to giro olther u handsomoplato m a beautltol cup and taucor, Tho) will also glvuun i-legant pltehtr, a Useful whlK broom holdor, and many useful and or tnniental articles to cu-ry turchaser who buys a pound of c ther their Infallible baking pow ders or Thea Nectar lets It will pay jou not to forget their flnoaro matlo.lavnand Mocha CofTcn at 30e. Hnu tonus nt "JOc.'.'.V, UJo ud !Mc. Consumers enn iuiu from U( to !H per cent, by buying their Tens, Coffees, Sugars and Halting Powders from n Coffee ground frosh whilo waitin...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 15 December 1888

IRVwiitf! TiTt3UTTtraapBri yV3HsMttWanrg JMit;ftrP'" ' '"P" -.r I M$ K LATE DEPARTMENT NEWS. Tj-ihv'h Bond OKt'r.niNcis 4s. regis tered, $01,500, nl 127, ox. int., tol23j; 4s, coupon, $30,000, nt 123J, 41s, loglstercd, S?138.K0, at 10S1, to 10315-100; 4s, cou pon, $100, at 108. Tin; I'nnsmnKT's OAM.r.us. Among llio President's cnllors to-day woro Secre tary Whltnoy, Posttnastor-Goneral Dick liiBon, Senator Faulkner, ltcprcsonlntl ves Ouihwnllo, Vnndovcr, Collins, Oatos, Fqrnn nud Spiinger. Tun N'nw N uw A conferenco will bo held nt tho Navy Department noxt Friday between Secretary Whltnoy, tho clilufij of tho lluroatis of Construction nud fetcutn Imglncoilttg nnd tho con tnictoiH relntivi) to tho trials of tho Chnileston nnd Yoiklown. Geni:h vi, Gheui.y'b Dkkhnsb. Gen eral Orccly has wiltten a letter to Uos ton defending himself from an editorial rutttgo In a Huston paper that tho mis taken progiuistlcntlons of tho Weather Ihireatt wcio lesponalblofor tho loss of forty lives In tho ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 15 December 1888

WJWp THE EVENING POST, SATUKDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1883. The Evening Post (asp Wahiiotox Cmtic.1 PUBLISHED EVEItY EVENING. nr thb WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. ro!Tl!uit.r!!to, Corner Tenth nutl 1) Streets nnd renn, Ave. W'Asr oton, D. C. SECOND EDITION. iS'EwSnniEj,No.49 CmTioSEittM, No. 0,351. TERMS: Single Copy 2 Cent By Carrier, pcrmontl 33 Cents By Molt, por month, po'laco paid JO Cents By Mall, per year, potago raid Jl.tiO WASHINGTON. DKCKMHEIt 115, 1838. It will nn remembered that recently thcro appeared in Jtctrper's Weekly, a sketch liy Paul Kcnounrd, of certain wcil'ktiown nnd handsomo Wnehlnojton cerruspondendentq, to wit: D. H. McKce, Goncrnl Hoynton, Colonel losscy, Colonel Wntliington, Henry Mncfarland, Fred Perry Powers, Major Carson, Colonel Dunuell, A. Vf. Lyman and Jl. G. Seckcndorf, Ucauty Is a marked feature with cacli of these gen tlemen, nnd tho alleged counterfeit pre sentment by Kcnouard entirely Ignores the fact. Indeed, the slight Is so pal pable and painful to tho g...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 15 December 1888

p "W snr TIIE EVENING!- FGBT, SATUBDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1888. 3 b i f h Tiie Evening Post YI2 KNVOIITI2 MAKV. A rosT Monr-u'AiiTnunuN ir.oEsn. 0. llerforxl In ahrlttmai Uft. To loir burns low, yo fonsto Is ilnnm, Twolvokiiyitliloso' t" I'nbln Jtotimlo Blydo down frfmni" yo Ih-iicIim, oho by ono, Aud snore up in tho xround. Yo loj? lo a (llmmo bluo flnnio has clloil, Wbon vo ilooro of yo b iii(iit I alio Is opined wlilo. nnil In tlicro ulyiln Twolo epjctrnl Hajsos and tallo. Yo log burn tllurnc, nml rite moro dltntno, Uii'.il proam onoli knyKhtlln euost, As yo Rlioato of his grandmother, (jaunt and rnmme, Slti on each knygito by ohosto. . Y" lopt In pieces twnlno ilolh fillip, Yo ilnyo bczlunes to brouku, Twoho pliontllo grandmothers frtydo from yo luillo And yo twiho poodo knysntos nwako. And ocr wlmnno Mynco Plo was placed Attoyo table from thatto dajo, Yo Twilvo knygbtoa trussed thcmsclrei In lmvstii Amlo looked yo other vnyo. MY STEPMOTHER. I'tom tht Hnrlfoitl Voil. "I novcr will ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 15 December 1888

i-T tW ' iybi i .-mwhih-.rf- , i wwjh. TjjffiSnn;,,-:7p 4 THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. 18R8. TnE Evening Post. CITY 81'EOIAIjS. Sugar, CofTcos ami Tens run tue million's I rrcih Goods for tho Holidays I The Great Atlantic A raclflo Ten ComnonT, Importers and ltctnltcrs. 003 7th st, and luatl 11th t. n.v.,niOi Jt St., Ucorgotown, Has concluded, In order to Introduco nnd nt tho same tlmo push their unexcelled baking powders and Thoa Ncctnr Teas, to glvo cither u handsomo plate or n beautiful cup nnd tauccr. The; will alo plvo an idrgnnt pitcher, it useful vriiltk broom holder, and many useful nnd or namental articles to ovcry purchaser who burn a pound of O'thcr their Infallible bakltiK pow ders or Then Nectar Teas. ltwlll pay you not to forget their lino aro xnntloJiisnaiid Mocha Coffees at 30c. Pino Cod cos at 20u,22o, 2,"o and 2Ho. . Consumers can savo from 20 to !1() per cent, by buylnir their Tens, CoIIees, Sugars and HuKlne Powders from us. CdO.cn itround fresh whllo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 17 December 1888

i iati: iiKi'AiminxT news. Tm I'm -mirvT'H Kr.u-.rnoN Despite tlio rainy weather tho President's' recop liuti this afternoon wns Inrgoly attended. To-dai'h IJonji bi'i'iiniNds. ISonds were offered to-dny as follows: li, StO. 01)0, at lUTi -JJs, $1111,000, at 1081 to 3W1. Coiosnii IjA Morn: l)i:.u. Tho War Dcpailmuit has been informed of tho death of Colonel Robert 8. La Motto, klatloncd at Poll Supply, Indian Terri tory. Ts'nw' ConbuIiAii ChEnus. Tho Picsb dent to-day appointed William 1). Hun ter of Minnesota ond Carl A. Hnnsmiin 'of Missouri to lio consular clorks of tliu United Slates. A llnriiii.Ncv IJu.t. Arrnovnu. Tho 1'icsldciit to-day approved tlio bill making mi nppiopihttloii o supply a deficiency in tliu appropriation for tho contingent expenses of thu llouso of Keprescnta lived. N.vv.iii Ononns. Paymaster S. It. dab lioiin 1ms been detached from the Nor folk Navy-Yard and ordered to tho Os bipcoj Paymaster John W. Jordan has boon detached frpm tho Ossipeo and or dered to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 17 December 1888

"32S235E3nB uwtwwiiiMimttimm$mmmmmwMK; Mliiftirtiiiiplfaiii 2 THE EVENING POST, MONDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1888. The Evening Post (AND WAnlNQTON ClUTIC.) PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING. nr tub WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Post Buii.dino, Corner Tenth and I) Streets nnd Penn. Ato, W'AsmvdTov, I). C. SECOND EDITION. NKivSnniM,No.50 UitiTioSnniM, No. 0,355, TERMS: blngloCopy 2 Cents By Carrier, pormontl 35 Cents By Mnll, perm mtli, iostnjo paid 10 Cents By Mull, por rear, postago paid SI.CO WASHINGTON. DKCKMUEIl 17, 18SS. Mr. Thomas N. Haut of Hoston, Is n doomed cltl.ou. Hoston Is tho benti nnd lirnln center of. tho Western world nnd 3Ir. Ilnrt Is the center of Boston. Ho has been elected Mnyor. He Is n, handsomo man with classic faco and long, pendulous legs. Thoy nro harpstrlngs in pints. IIo is intcllectunl of course. l)ut his beauty is what mndo him a winner. For tho women voted and they volcd for llnrt. IIo may havo represented n principle, but before that was the tender sentiment closo to every ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 17 December 1888

1 iBiiiiw.rjiwwwj ww wu m i iii i fi ill iiTi'frir iiBiiiwnaninn i m i m i n iiiii irnwUm imwwinmriinwnwTwi " v Pr 7i THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1888. 3 The Evening Post. MAItltlUIll A l'AIMTIti:. Prom On IJrlrolt Frti I'rnf Which shall It be? Wblih shall It ho? I looko I ut K,ito Kate looked at mo! Tho girl who plnys tlio plnnn woll, Ortlio clrl wlio knows n.it how (o spoil; She o? tlio silk or Kiitm cloth, Or sho who l Ignorant of both , , Ihog'il who will bring mo stylo nnd pelf, Orsllo who has naught except, herself. The tna can nine In tlio twilight dim 'i'ho words or n swi ct, old-fashioned bymnj 'Iho other her rulttirod noul will pour lr notes that boynnd tlio critics sour. Tlio ona rav evening rot a I will ciiolst Tlio other will roml inu n plcusant book. Ono may look down on tno, wrong suspect; Tho other will mako mo her god-elect. Which shall It bo, which slmil'lt bol I looked ut Knto- Knto looked nt mo tin sweet, to shy. her lovclv ores Completely tools mo by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 17 December 1888

p SsWisafiyS THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1888. $U The Evening Post. oity srnciAiiS. Hnllilny Goods on tho ln,lnlmcnt l'lnn. John KuiMcn, llio popular Instnlmcnt mcr chant at luo and IM3 bovrnlli street northwest, has a full supply ot itirnltnro, stores, clocks, rues, willow ware, chairs and many other sub stantial articles tint woulil maken kciisIIiIo and useful Christmas protont His entire Biorment can bo bought at cash I rices on the Instalment plan, on oasy weekly or monthly pa moats, to Bull tho purchaser. Tim SuUhnti cxpeots nml cordially Invites all his friends and tho general publlu to his Urand Banipiot to night. Houghton A Cn.'a Ilotlrtny floods. This representative furniture, rarput and tip holslcry establishment, ccutra'ly located ut l'JISand last) 1' street northwest, uro orTcrlna ten thousand dollars' worth nf elegant nnd nobby Hrtlelc, sullnblo for Christmas presents, at spcclnl price, for sot cash during this month. Ladles will pleaso visit their new and ci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 18 December 1888

n?SMkMtni rT 1 1 p,y agmmwqfrprp aWS3jfenrfi-.rn- .. WfarfaMMnJ;a r.'r.'...n. --- iTmim afcia ii I ifmn rflr it ' i'i ; H't'fi'tg?y,y f PWWWM1WWMW - - -iijHk i i.ny.iiiiiii.ii.i i i- . W IiATE DKL'AUTMENT NlttYS. Tho President sent to tlioSonnlc td-dny tho nomination of John K, Uartrldgo of Jacksonville, Flu., to bo United Stntcs District Judge for the Northorn District of Florida. Till! Gw.KNA's AVitKHKAuoUTS. Tho Galona 13 expected to roach Hayti by to night or to-morrnw morning. AVord via Jamaica will bo iccclvcd by tho Navy Department tho dny aftor alio nrrlvos. CotM(ll)01in l)i:t.KKAl'B PllOMOTlON. Conunodoio Q. 13, llulknap has arrived nt tho Navy Dopurtmant, Ho Is to bo examined for promotion. A special board will bu appointed for that purpose. Locu. P.vtcnts I ssuitu. Patents wero issuul to residents pf tho District of Co Itunbiu to-day us follows: Arthur iV. Han lion, pocket head-rest, nnd Gcorgo Hughes, grinding and mixing mill. Ah Akmy ItKTirtiNn Ilouti). By di rection of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 18 December 1888

JAaEilUt iwlHWNWWB M-RWP" "jSJ'"?"' "VW J y " HiE MrafflHiiraGffir o THE EVENING- POST, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1SS& The Evening Post (axd Wasuixotom Cmtic) FUlttilSHED BVEHY EVENING. nv Tin WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Post Duildimb, Corner Tenth and 1) Streets And renn. Ave, WAsniNoTox, D. O. SECOND EDITION. NevSeiiie,No.S1 Ciutio3eiue9, No. 0,8J0. TEUMS! Single Copy 3 Cents Hy Carrier, per month 35 Cents By Moll, par month, poslagopald 40 Cents By Mall, per year, postago paid $1.60 WASHINGTON. DL'CEMBEIt 13, 13S3. Tit cms is .vow moro than $700,000 of Bin phis In tho Treasury crcdttcil to tlio District. This wns accumulated almost entirely during tho administration of tlio present board of Commissioners, not withstanding tho fact that they liavo also secured largely increased appropria tions. Tho foll6wlng statement shows the avnilablo revenues Tor tho nlno (Heal years ending Juno !10, and also tho aggrc gato appropriation for the same years: Years. Avallnblo Revenues. Appropriatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 18 December 1888

r4!" fljr ' 7r -i r-TMfrrr tV7t9ffT,fyrti "HWfi,'t"W' THE EVENING- POST, TUESDA.Y, DEOEMBETl 18. 1888. 3 The Evening Post: ANOTHER FAMOUS VIOTOIIV. Ficm America. It was nn nutulnn overling, OM Caspar's work ffm done! Ami ho hoforo his cottago iloor Wnsltilng In thiiftirti Ami by lilm sporting on the crern Ills llltlu puiidohlld, Wllholmliie. And ns lio hat nml smoko'I, ho saw Tint Pule maid draw near, A holding In licrllttlo palm A sovercd human ear, Whllo o'er tlio Held appeared In vlow Of liumim segments nut ti few. Iter brother Jntnoi camo likewise- with TI o llttlo i nrt ho owiik, (Julio filled with legs nf-d arms and dls- Loeuted cullnr boncn, Old I'nspar looked and then quoth ho: ''It was ft famous vloloreo." "Across the field aro stains of goro, And whitening bnnoi I sec, As ovlduneo undoubted 'Iwns A famous lctorce, ' , . Ami tlicio IS proof to back my claim That 'twas n rinlsy football Kame." A BAFFLED BEAUT If .' Mrs. Nothcrby Bat down In despair after slio hud shown lior ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 18 December 1888

TlBg " ' " "" , ii ,,, n , ,., i ,, MlwllMBiiuOiwniWrfllifl(ylfflTTrTi; ! VH THE EVENING POST, TUESDAY, DECEMBER IK 1888. ii tB I r fc The Evening Post. OITY BI'KOIAIjS. SngnrPi Coffee unit Ten, ron Tt Mimosa t Fresh Good for the Holidays I The CIrcat Atlantic rnelflo Tea Company, Importers ami Itotnltcri. fi03 7thst.nmllO'.!Olllh St. n.w.,310t M St., Georgetown, Has concluded, In onltr to Introdtico and nt tho mmo tlmo puh tholr unexcelled bilking powders and Thea Net tar Te, Hi Biro cither n luinitsonie plate or a beautiful cup nml saucer. They will nho Rive an olepint pitcher, n useful wlilsk-brooin holder nml many ii'eful and or namental articles to every purchajcr who buys u pound o( either their Infulllblo baking powders or Thea Nectar Teas. ... It will pay yon not to forest their line aro tnatlu.IaMi and Mocha Coffees at Hoc. Kino entices at -lie, !!2c 'Jotf and 2So. Consumers can wive Irotn IM to ill! pirccnt. by btijhut their Teas, Coffees, Sugars nnd lUidiiirl'owdirfromus....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 19 December 1888

fr npliTtiTiftii fur' ' , " ?rrr"WWSJ HHIHW wmJhSMjmm ; -'" ,r,r3f;w; ' w" '"" " HT ' to,Ip,"7 '" LATH DF.rAUTML'NT liliVYS. Tho President sent to tlio Senate to-day tho notn Ination tif 'Ihoiuas Biukeof Washington Teiritnry to 1)0 Clilct Justice nt tlio SupiemO I'ourt of tho Territory ot Washington, vice C'hoilcs K Hoylc, deceased. Bond ori'r.r.iMts ut tlio Treasury Depart ment to-day wero as follows; Coupon Is, S-30,000 nt 1SS1; registered, $52,000 nt 15SJ; 41", registered, $1,000 lit KWlj $500,000 lit 10bS; coupons, 825,000 ot 1081. ':iTEitcii Cave llAYTinx. Tho Stato De partment has been Informed by tlio Coinul nt Capo Ilnytlen that two steamers, s6ven barks rind nineteen schooners lmvo entered that port In n mouth's time, ilnco November 3 to Do cetulxir 2. Tim lsTtiiTATB Commission. Tho Inter state Commoreo Commission resumed Its In vcstlgatlon of Southern and Southwestern trnfllo rates to-day. Mr. A. Pope, gonoral freight nccut ot tho Norfolk & Western Hoad, and II. II. Sm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 19 December 1888

-&n.tJU&. 2: Q THE EVENING POST, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19. 188S. " " r- i ivnri'irrriirniTiririiDU- i The Evening Post (and Washinotox Cnmc) PUBIiTSHED EVERY EVENING. WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Post ncn.Di.ic., Corner Tenth nnd U Streets and Tcnn, Ave WAniNaTos, P. C. SECOND EDITION. Nr.wSr.niGS, No. 50 OiutioSeiucs, No. 0,857. terms; SlngloCopy 2 Cents By Currier, per month 33 Cents HyMnll, porminth, postagopuld -10 Cents By Mall, por ycBr, potago pn.lt! SLIM) WASHINGTON. DKCKMUER 10, 18S8. Tim combat of smells Unit lins been raghiR In tlio courts for bomo time past was brought to ft temporary closo by it decision on tlio part of JuiIro Cox to Rive tlio 3Icdlc.il College- another cUaucc. The caso looks llko nn effort on the part of the occupants of two bulldlncs to suppress an institution which operates for tlio benefit of tlio entire community. Tho only complainant in tlio caso aio tlio occupants of tho Orphan Asylum on ono sido of tho college and tho residents on the other si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 19 December 1888

THE EVENING POST, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1888. 8 The Evening Post. A HKOttKT. From th SomrrcllU Journal. lie liolil lior liand whv should ho not '1'liotniild did nut nbjrot, Tims' wcrenlone, tlio HkIiI wns low, Tlicy botU woru circumspect. llo vrcssed It, loo of cottrsn lio did, Whnt mortal man would untt Hliosntciultu otlll: slio did not scream, OrflcotlioiiatcdBpot. Ho lient Ids head, mid sliolint ltors, And that which then befoll Tills youthful p.ilr jnu'll have to guess. Fori shall never tell. A COQUETTE'S MISTAKE. Waller Jtnrlowo was travollng in lSo ropo whon tliotcrrlblo noV8 michcd lilm tlmt Ills adopted father, ltlclmrd Houn dcll, had been discovered murdered tn bed, Overcome- at tho loss of his denrest friend, tho young innu hurried homo. It hnd been Bttpposcd annul il his uitttvo town that "Walter would bo tho heir of tho Houndcll estate, and many believed that tho hope of roino day sharing in this fortuno hnd induced Dolhi Wurford to eueiigo herself to him. Marlowe was ...

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. — 19 December 1888

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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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