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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 20 December 1888

i . , Ij VTE DEPARTMENT NWS. 7 1'not n won J. "V. I'ownx, director of the United Btirtoa Geological Survey, presented his regular monthly roport to day. Today's Hond QirnniNOH nt tlio Treasury Dep-.ittiucnt nmmiuled to onlv S,h"o000 Four per ccnlB offered nt VJ&i iind 1U3J. No -Us wero offered to-dny ' Hma von a Nkw Vrcssra. -The Sccro- tury of the Navy bus invltod propositi? for n now nnnored const-defense vessel of about 4,0011 tmirt displacement, lu bo dune In thtco years. Rtoiu-kr -pints sn OAuncns wero np rolniod ns follows todny: ncorgo D. Lewis, Lewlsport, lCy.j Wllln HUoy. Lex In .a m, Kv ;..lnlin I), riupuner. Simpson 0-utit , lvv., .uid llunj.inilo P. Folsoni, lliitnpton, 'L'oiiii. Tub Hcaiuko Ci-ocBn.Tho Inter Hlnto Commerce Commission closed its inquiry to-dnv about, tariffs on Bouthent mid Southwestern Iluilway lines. Tlio Commission now have nil iho dntn lu-i'ded to tillord them full Information ii' lo Iho mutter of Interstate rates lu this section of thu country. ...

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. — 20 December 1888

2 THE EVENING POST, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1888. The Evening Post (AND WjUIUNOTON ClttTIO.) PUBLISHED EVEIIY EVENING. nr ins WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Tost Bui ldiko, Corner Tenth nnd D streets ami Tcnn. Avo. Wasiiihiton, 1). C SECOND EDITION. Nrw3ehie3,No.!3 CitiTioPEittcs, No. 0,353. TERMS! slnpicCopr Jtjr Carrier, per tnontl Ily .Mall, pet' (ninth, poslago Milil.. By Mull, par year, poslago paid.... . 1 Cents .05 Cents .10 Cents .....$i.r.o WASHINGTON. DKCKMBEU 20. 18S8. Till! AMKHIOAN ACTOIS. Tho American nulor wants protection. Not ngalnst light houses, walking homo on railroad tics in bail weather, dead cats, cabbage stalks, bad eggs and other eccentricities incidental to tho profes sion, but anatnst tho pauper players of Europe who como to this country and work for prices that won't pay for tho paint on a player's fuco. They proposo to ask Congress to turn tho Imported contrnO labor hoso on vlstt iug actors and wash ihcm from tho face of tho stage. They claim that while an Ame...

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. — 20 December 1888

ft, THE EVENING POST, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1888. 3 The Evening Post. when di: oinr.n Htizzt.r.s, . S. Kcllir In Pud. 'Rastus. heap do wood up. An' iiiuko ilo clihnnuy roar; rasVti ilown do winders Aii'dahuitnn on ilo door; rtustlo up no tipples Krum do furrier collar bin: Hut donn furglt do elder, chllo, An' put do poppers In. Dnr's niifflii' no dellghtln' Mkodo stizz'o nb do Juice; To do guzsMo's ln'iti-ri slulco Dar'Miufiln' co Itiv'.tln' Liko prime n!n older sllcllii', S Id uo popper (I ut nmlmt Ilown (mm do gates ob paradise To strlkodul saino old spot. MISS SIMMONS. Hannah Marin, 3Irs. IIouliousu's daugh ter, wliilo professing something of a ro fiard for Frank Fixhfleld, had boon partly promised to Major Ginger, a (irnm old martinet, with a passion for Persian car pctu and majolica. That night a letter was written to papa, and this was tho bilof reply: Db An Wire Reeo'ved your's yesterday. Stop tho thing at once. Fairfield's salary I, S20por week. Ulngortnlkori rentiers over ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 20 December 1888

WiiWuuir,iiSr r"i S'rj 7'1 WW --.jigjfrjffljpr r " wuaw3 lSS5SSti: kljo-.; s. srsaxji,3GB THE EVENING POST, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 3888. V The Evening Post. CITY SPKOlAIiS. nio Not lluy Tour Christmas supply o( Candles, Mlicd Nnts, Rabins, Krult Caka, Florida Urnnce, Malaga Orape, &c, until you have seen our ttook. Kino eauules In K, 1, 2 nud 5-pound boxct. Flno frchenndy. iro.,or7 pounds, 81. Ditto at 200., or 0 pounds. SI. Very finest candy, 10c. 5 pound boxes, SI. 50. Pro It to appreelatn It. HxSli and flno mlxod nuts, lBc, 7 iwunds, $1 . Now layer lies, itOc. and He. per pound. Confectioners' powdered sugar for liuino 11,0, Plecant tablo nutter, splendid turkeys, dlcssed, on sulo Fri day and Saturday. (iHc usyourordirsandgct too best of goods at lowest prices Jt. 1'. Mr.Tr.OEn, 117 Seventh stroot northwest, rino Wlurt nnd I,liiior. Chr. Xsndcr's, 000 Seventh street northwest. Thomost complete Liquor Hnuso mid stock In tho cltr. Vino Old Whiskies of I8(IS-'70. etc., a, rpocla...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 21 December 1888

!, ... . ntmgiGfMbiam IiATB DEPARTMENT NEWS. Tho tresldcut sent to tho Sonato to-day tho following nomlnntlous: Daniel W. Mnsctoy of Virginia to bo Cpl loctor of Customs for tho district of Blch mond, Vn, William II. ItohcrUon of tlio District of Co lumbln, to bo Consul at fit. Onllo. John Tyler Campbell of California, to bo Consul at Foo Chow. John Darcov Connolly of Colorado, to bo Consul nt Auckland. Kuttis it. Steaduian, to bo postmaster at Ferry, N. Y. lloNi)orr'.niN03 at tlio Trcssury Depart ment to-day wcro ns followu: 4 per cent, J50,000, nt 1212,000, at 13J ox. Int. j 3, 000, ut 127J. No-y,s wore offered. Tun Notts Fiiom Havti. A cablo dispatch from rort-au-1'rlnco, via Havana, dated yes terday, stated that Uaytlan public sentiment supported tho seizure of tho stcamor Havtlou Republic; that tho United States war vessels, Galena and Ossipce, had not yet arrived, and that Legitime was still In power nud tho Insur rection would soon bo suppressed. The Piiesidrnt's Cam.eus. Amo...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 21 December 1888

'fUfmryK' Kwrrva THE EVENING POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBETC 21, 1888. 2 The Evening Post (and Wasmnoton Cnmc) PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING. HT TltC WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Tost Duiloixo, Corner Tenth and D Streets and Tcnn. Avo. Washington. D. C. SECOND EDITION. New Snitics, No. D I CitiTia Series, No. C,359. TEIIMS: SlngloCopy 2 Cents By Carrier, per month OS Cents By Mall, por month, poslagopnld..,,...40 Cents By Mall, per year, postago paid 8 t.GO "WASHINGTON, DKCEMBE1121. 18S3. Tiik ncroiiT that tho combination of Editors ind Authors who ntipoarcil at Mnsonlc Ilnll last night for tho benefit of tho Woman's Dispensary will ro on a starring tour thiough tho provinces Is not justified by tho facts. Tho gentle men of tho troupe arc all too busy at their work to go away and have fun with their audiences. The ovsruu-DiiEDaEnsaro fixing them selves to bo swiped out of Dullness ami Into tho hands of tho law by their re peated Kidnapping outrages. Stiltjtiib fight goes on between tho Commissioners ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 21 December 1888

ur.i..Mi". ""'" "'if?' M "U ITMy.ir.JJaL-xjj?"I-- -wiwk K TTTE EVENING POST, FIfclDVY, DECIUMREK 21, 1888. 3 3& YEOMEN OP THE GUARD. TUB NmV Ol'KHAOlMinUT AND SUL LIVAN 1IAVK WIIITTHN. A Tilt nt Matrimony A Uucttlon Wliloli I Now Heine DlKcllsncil tllo A Vol Id Oror A Sketch of tho riot nml Somo tif tho Hdiirs. Jlcssrs. Gilbert nnd Sullivan havohnd such an unpnralk'lcd run of success In comic opera that they liavo evidently ro Bolvcd lately to try their well-apprenticed hands on tho romantic and crand, says an exchange "Ituddygoro" was something of a transition work, In which they hegan to shed their pollywog tails of comicality and to dovolop tho leg np pondages of tho frog of tiagedy. But tho work was such a doubtful ono that tho most accommodating llstonor hardly know In somo of tho scenes whether ho was expected to laugh or cry, and so, In his hesitation, ho did neither. Gilbert's brain la full of invcntlon.and ho seems to bo ready to ovolvo an Idea Into a plot at very short...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 21 December 1888

o THE EVENING POST. FBI) AY, DECEMBER 21. 1888. John EMaaruder' ERTZ'S DRUG STORE 1014 F Street. PRICE LIST ST AND 1ILL BE SOLD ! mrTk. ' IB iWI fiiKKl SO l;;. Every dollar's worth of Manicure, Comb and Brush Cases, Fancy Cologne Bot tles, Cut-Glass Bottles, Plush and Leather Cases of every description, Celluloid, Pearl and Silver. Pocket books, Card Cases, Blacking Sets, ALL BV8UST CO BY 11 o'clock p. m,, December 24 The Prices Will ftflake Them Co. UNTIL ii- n 'fr t. V January 1,1889 Whitman's Mixed Candies. Per pound, 20c, 6 lb. for 1 .00 " " 25c. 5 " 1. 00 30c, 4 " 1.00 60c, 2 " 1.00 New Crop Mixed Nuts. Per pound, 15c, 7 lb. for 1 .00 Richardson & Minns' Plum Pudding j One pound, Two " Three " Four " .. W ,TO MLJL i'1 J OOOOOOO O 00 O OOOOOOO wm wish -vnn i raiw ymis .25 .45 -k-k -k -k .65 .85 . MERTZ, the Lowest Priced Druggist in the City, will.close out his immense stock of Holiday Goods at prices tiat will make every visitor at his store a purchaser. M MY TO BTJY Holida...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 22 December 1888

rw 'm-rrrr "nVTT-PlT?W ffiPNw T! IATE DCI'AUTMDNr xens. ( luiitrs M. Hr-Mtv wai to-day appointed ganger for Yolilngtou, Kv. tiiirp Ciuus Voumans ot Ibo licasury Department has gone to Now York. Ho will Kluin mi Momlii). Ilosi) Oi n uins To nir. Donds wcro of fered lihilny ns follows- IJv, coupon, $."0,000 utian flJ.OOO nt U'l, rcgWered, 150,000 nt 1.M, s:j,rU0 lit 1271 ox. lnt , Is, coupon, $1,500 nt 10Si lut .SlO.OUOnt 1091, $J3,UCK)nt 1035! !S0,U00 nt lOdJ Tin I'm silii st's Cai i rns. Among tlio President's cnllcM to ilny weio llio Attorncy Gcncrul, Senators Vooihces, Moigau, ltcpro ricutatlvcs Wilkinson. Wiitkcr, Hprlugor and Onli. and toinmlsslonel ot Patents Ilnll, wllh Mr. J. 1) Suigcnt or Now llaou, Couu. TiUAbUin Depahtmi'nt Cii vim s. Pro motional C. V. Montgoineiv, 1). C, fiom MOO t i $.1,000; .1. F. (ntis, Kentucky, from $1,000 lo class 1, In tho olllcu of llio (loncral Super intendent of tlio l.tfo Saving Bcrvlco; W. A. hltiici, Penusvlvanla, from class J to book-keeper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 22 December 1888

nHup 7Tgijlffy E FrigWfBl -"$ fl8a23eS?f3?5H&rSS& It- 2 THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1SS8. I The Earning Post (and Wasiiisoton CniTifti PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING. nv tun WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. roT nuitniNo, Corner Tcnlli and D Streets and Tenn. Arc. WAsnmoTON, D. C. SECOND EDITION. New Smuts, No. 55 Umtic Snmns, No. 0,300. TEEMS! Single Copy... 2 Cents )) Carrier, per month 3B Cents By Mall, per mjnth, postago paid to Cents By Mall, por year, postage pnlil $1.50 WASHINGTON, J)1SCE3IHER 23, 18S8. Ourt esteemed contemporri ry, tho Bnl tlraoro American, Is publishing extracts from various newspapers Intimating that Its editor, General Fells Agnus, will bo jslvcn (i position in Jlr, Harrison's Cabi net. Tho General is evidently a ".Bar kis" in tho matter. Felix Agnus Happy Lamb; why shouldn't ho have a position under a wool protecting admin istration? Evr.itvrtoDv ar.r.MS to havo forgotten that Editor Cochorcll of tho Now York World and Mayor Hewitt of New York city ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 22 December 1888

W) --SSiK m,u.lr;p ' 'EPjPEW ' Wgpww'lWP 1 J iw 9 mBSHHj The Evening Post. SOMiniODV. From Fury Olher Saturday. Somebody crawls Into inntnma's bol lust nt tho break of tiny, Bntigglos upcloonnd whHpcrsloud, "Moinobody's como to 8Uy." Somebody rtishos thronih tlio hnuso. Never onco shuts n ilonri Broilers lior iiluyllilnci all around, ovor tlio nursery lloor. Climbs on the fenco nnd tears lior clothes Mover a bit enrol sho Swings on tho g.ito nnd makes mud-pies Who can somobody bo 7 Homebody looks with ruglsli oyos Upthrouuli licr tangled, liulr; "Somebody's mo," silo says, "but then Somebody doesn't caro." A NOBLE REVENGE. Old Grlmlcy was sitting by tho firo hnlf asleep. Ho was netting too old unci rheumatic now to throw things nt his wire, but ho could' still nutiso Iter with his tongue). Near him sat his Btop , daughter, Mulmla, a pretty girl of 18, nnd tho poor woman ho hud made min eral) o nil her life, Grlmloy wns In nn unusually nmlnblo mood that day, bo ho had consoutod that ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 22 December 1888

.HSLZr1-1,9 ""s38 T THE EVENING POST. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1888. jJh .JMMllW. rt t,.., J . " M i . - VXY ' . N SPECIAL LiTEO MARK-DOWN SALE ! , "l The Evening Post. OITV Sl'UClAIiS. Holldny floods nil ttio IiMtnlmnut Plan. John ltwldcn. tho popular Instalment mcr chant nt unu uiul D.I2 seven tli street northwnst, hui full supply of furniture, stovi-s.clocki, rugs, willow ware, chairs and mnny other sub stantial iivtlelos that would lnakoii scnMhlo and useful Christmas prewtit Ills entire aorment can bo bomtht nt cam priecion tho Instalment plan, on eay weekly or monthly payments to tult tho purchiucr. All Tilings llrli;lil and llriiutlful. All tho New I iLU'muTEu iltrr Hook, At CiurMAV A, Taylor', 1115 Pn. Atu. Hnngliton A Co,' Holiday flood. TMreproscntntlvo furniture, carpot and tip bolster)- ctablihment, centrally located, ut 1218 und 1220 F street northwest, oro offering ten lhouand dollars' worth of elegant and nobby articles, suitable for Chrltnins present, at gKclnl price f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 24 December 1888

i nf 'A fc k. I . LATE DEIVUITMENT NEWS. Hond Opi'Eiiinos To-Day ntnountod to tin 1,000. Of those 115,000 wcro 'Is, of fered nt 128J- to 12SJi nono of tlioni weie accepted; $210,000 4s woro offered mid accepted ut 10SJ. Dum'tr.jfcY Hti.t. Arnovr.n. Tlio Provident to-day approved tlio bill making an iippinprliition for u deficiency in tlio impropriation for public printing and binding for tlio current year. Aumv OiumiiH. Major 'William F. Tucker, paymaster, hns been ordered to proceed to Port Jlycr, Washington Bar racks, 1'ort McIIcnry nttd Fort Jlonroo to pay the tioop nt thoso stntlons to De cember 81, and on completion of this duty return to his station. Tin; Seiziw Btkamrr Given Ur. Ilaytl has given up tlio steamer Haylon Ileptiblic, tlio American vessel seized by thu llnytlcn Govorninoiit charged with running tlio blockade. Shu was doltv crcd to the United States vessels, which lionoied thn Hiiytlen Mags with a snlutu. Secretary Whitney, when informed of thu Hiirrcuilur, s lid t...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 24 December 1888

2 THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, DEOExVIBER 24. 1888. V 10 . 1 ' $ I4 1 The Evening Post (and WuiitKtiTos Cntrtc.I PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING. nr tub WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Torr IIuii.mno, Corner Tenth nnd 1) Slfceti and Pcnn. Ave. Waminoton, 1). 0. SECOND EDITION. Ncw3RniEs,No.C3 CiuiioSekies, No. 0,801. TERMS: SlngloCopy 2 Cents IlyCntrlPr, per month 33 Cents Hy Stall, per month, postage paid ' Cents By Mall, por year, postugo paid.... $1.B0 WASHINGTON. DECEMBER 54 1888. o nvKNiNo i'ost" to-mokiiow. Tun Kvbnino Post, in recognition o( thu services of Santa Clnus, Esq., to Uio world nt large, will obscrvo tho dny sot apart In his honor by knocking off work. Agnln on Tuesday. r40' To-morrow is Ciimstmas. Santa Oi.aus will nrrive in town this evening nt midnight by tho llelndecr ac commodation, llo is loaded. Give a dinner to some poor family. Cost, $2. Hr.nn goes for a merry, merry Christmas to every Democrat in office, from Mr. Grovor Cleveland to tho last man in tho lot. 3Iny they llvo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 24 December 1888

WMWWMBMIMBHWWBIWHW ""imwm,W'm iiftMaiifWijit. T? THE J3VENINU POST, MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1888. 3 r I! T r i The Evening Post. giimistmas fii:uvioi:.'j, Tho Tltlttgo chin ch on Clirlstmns Day Holds kindly hearts nud plonsant faces, Anil sotno nro sroti to slug nml prny Who seldom go to siiolt like "laces. Hut If for only oure .1 year 'J'helr hearts nro toitchcili It makes Uicm licttci; And hu who fosls his conscience cloar Mutt own liliTiBclt tlio season' debtor. Kntcr hero both rich nnd poor, Conio In el in i1 o hopo and f.iltli; Leavo hi'lilud you lit Iho door I.ovo of llfo uud dread of death. Cotno on this tho day of days, Humbly prny (in bended kiicoj Bins tho fervid foil? of praise, All tho scats In Ilcav'n nro free, THE FIR TREE. From the Gtrmnn. Far down in tlio forest, whero tho warm sun and tlio fresh nlr inntio a pweot resting place, grow a pretty lit tle fir trco; and yet it was not happy, it wished so much to ho tall llko its com prtnlorw, tho pines nnd firs which grow nr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 24 December 1888

THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, DEOEMBEll 2L 1888. Tiie Evening Post. CITY 8lEGlVLiS. Ilnlldny tlnod. on the Inntiitinont rinn. John Ituddcn tlm popular Instalment mcr eh mt nt U.IO nml OJ'J bevcntli street norlliweit, has a full aupplr of furniture, stores clocks, rues willow ware, chairs unit mnny other sub KiuiHlal articles tlinl would mnkon sensible nml tisefuKlirlstmas present Ills cntlroii'sormcnt c an bo bouitht nt cish j rices on tlio Instalment plan, on easy wc kly or monthly paymonts to suit the purchaser. nnilRlltml & Co.'s Ilnlldny Goods. TMsropioicntatlvo furniture, carpet and up holstery otiibllshment, rcntrally located lit l'JlHnnd 1-.MU F street northwest, uro offering ten thousand dollnrs' worth of elegant and nobby article, suitable for Christmas presents, nt special prices for it rnh durlne this month. Ladles will pletso vMt tlnlr new nnd capacious storn nnd cxnmlno their mi lurb lino of ctosant wmos, nnd 5 on will find their prkes nro tlio low us t ever offered In ...

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

B '"WtfP'V rW yr'-"..;"" M LATH DKl'AKTMEN'T NEWS. Bond OmeniNus nt tlio Treasury De partment wcto $.'10,000 Is, nt 12a J. NoTAiuns roniiic Tlio President to day appointed Frcdcriolc W. Jones nnd Webster Klines notaries public for the District of Columbia. To Bu Rained is Hank. The follow ing fourth-dnss postofllces will becomo Presidential nftcr the first of the year: Rr'tton, link., $1,000; Albnny, Mo., $1,000; Apollo, Pii., 51,000. Coi.onkij Smith's Rrtiiibmi:nt. Tlio President lms approved tliu bill entitled nn net nntliorlztitu 'be Picstdent to np point and reltru Andrew .1. Smith, Into colonel of the Seventh United Slates Cavalry nud ft major-general of volun teers. Locai, Patents Issued. Patents woro issued to residents of the District of Co luinbin to-dny ns follows: Charles II. lloweu, electric cnblo support; Charles A. ltoeber, lamp brncketj George N. Sucgiiiullcr, equatorial mounting for tele ocopes nnd Samuel I. Scott, dcutul cnglno liiiml pieco. Tun Pitcsinr.NT's OAttnn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 26 December 1888

Mmmh timkm fci gWin i nfoji i nMmmiWoin fM.iij. i i'r,iniwitnWi,M.5';''ayt THE EVENING POST, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2t. 1S88. , mmmesvius The Etching Post (AND WAtniNOTO.N Cmnc.) PITDLISUED EVEItY EVENINCK UT TUB WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. TOSTnUILDIIia, Corner Tenth nnd D Street! and Tcnn. Ave. Wi'MNOTON, D, C. SECOND EDITION. NmvSnRins,No.fi7 UiiiTlcSnniF.s, No.o,302. TERMS: Single Copy 2 Cents l)y Carrier, per mouth 4 ..05 Cents By Mali, pci'mjnth, postagopald 10 Cents By Mall, per yenr, potago paid.... .....Sl.DO WASHINGTON, DECEMlIim 20, 18S8. IN Till: LINK OP OUSTINV. Just now tlio tendency of our people h to extend their trmlo to tlio countries of their own hemisphere Wo mo looking to tho establishment of lines of travel and commercial communication to tho un developed and remote parts of our own country and through thu possessions of our neighbors. Wo nro helping to build railroads through Mexico, through Cen tral America, through Hrazll and many other countries to tlio South of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 26 December 1888

'yF,FWT7rwmfflmfc!mQr ." spiw1"-'' yr'VTf 'W r twty (fff " fprijfvrri Jf (IT "JV WK 'TT Tfy ? THE EVENING POST, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEK 20, 1888. 3 .. T a !- THE SAMOAN AFFAIR. HOW KNnr.ND, OUItMANY AN I) TI1K UNU'i:i) STATUS AMI INVOLVED. Delightful Islun.ts-rortlln Holl, Kvoii Clunitto nnd Agrceulilo Vooplo Tim Aiiturlcnn l'rolcnlornto florinun Inter-fi-ronco Civil M'ur unil Uonoriil Condi tlnu of Misery. For thrco years or moro a curious kind ot triangular quarrel lias bcoti tlmirjjlng along in tho Samoan, or Nuviuator's la ands, In tho South 1'nclflc. Thorowaa first nn American protectorate, then rt nntlvo robelllon, nest n. German usurpa tion, and finally a regular rclKii of terror, in which tho Germans and the rlilof of ono party aio opposed to tho KnglUh nnd Americans, the legitimate king and the mass of tho people. Sucrcsalvo consuls havo reported nnd American mon-of-war have boon stationed thero, nnd yet thore is no settlomont, nnd now Senator Fryo in tho United States Scnato m...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 26 December 1888

!'yff,,wif"5!''5"f,''' lWH" ""1iT fff""', " """"1" .JWiiJ. Iii ' "wwwflft ,wii n 5g5c -- i),r " TT.T? THE EVENING POST, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20. 3888. The Evening Post. CITY SPECIALS. Holiday Goods on the lnstitlmont l'lnn. John Iluddcn, tho popular Instntmont mer chant at 1)30 and IKJ2 sovcnth street northwest, lias n full supply of furnllnro, stoves, clocks rues, willow ware, chairs nnd many other sub rtnntlnl iiitlcles that would mnkun scnslulo and iictul Christmas present. Ills entire nnorment can bo bought nt cash prices on the Instalment plan, on oay weekly or monthly payments to ult tho purchaser. Houghton & Co,' Holiday Goods. This representative furniture, carpet nncl np bolstcry otalllshment, centrally located at I'JIBnnd 1T20 1' street northwou, nro oltorlns ten thousand dollars' worth of elegant nnd nobly articles, sultablo for Christmas presents, nt special prices for spot cash during this month. I.nilles will pleaso visit their now nnd capacious atom und examine the...

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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