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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 2 November 1888

Tho l'uhllo Unlit Army Orders Whore iibniit of Oillcers, WASIHN&TOar, inilDAY EVEINCi, XOVEMBEIl a, 1888. Money .Snld to be doing to Indlnnn nnd Now Yorlt for Votes. rf-s ?h h STonnitnwnns and (Ituacits ArroiNTEp. Tito following storekeepers and guagcrs Mo appointed to-day: John D. Phillips, Con i atl ;, N. C; William J. Beau, Morgnntowu, N. (.'.! Tims-11. Tntply, Louisville, Ky.J Joliti II. Hargrove, Sulphur Springs, Tex. A FomiTii DivitiiiNU. Tho Comptroller of lliu Currency has declared n fourth dlvldcud, tun percent., In fnvorof tho creditors ot the Mtddlctown Nntlonnl Bank, of Mlddlctown, N. V. This makes In nil elghtv per cent, on claims piovcil amounting to $050,420.75. Tlio lunik railed In November, 1881. IIonii ormitNos. To-dnys bond offerings nggrcgated fc.830,750. us follows: coupon -Is, e.aw nt 1.110, 423,000 nt 12SJ; registered 4s. 100,000 nt 1 30, $50,000 nt 1,28, $200,000 nt 1.B8J, MOO.UOfl nt 1 2SJ, $70,000 nt 1'30, $110,000 nt 1.28, $10,000 nt 1.87$, S-15,000 nt...

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. — 2 November 1888

mfv, -'i! ' ,wnijywjPJi.4l'l"!Jm'ipii")"lP.ifP'' """ 2 TnE EVENING- POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1888. ntr."'-' The Evening Post (and Waiiiisotoi CntTic.) PUBLISHED EVBHV EVENlNGr. HY TI1H WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Tost Beit mia, Corner Tenth nnd D Streets and Tonn. Avo. Washington, D, C. SECOND EDITION. Nw8Fnis,No. 17 Cumo Semes, No. 0,813. TERMS: Single Copy 2 Cents By Carrier, per montli 33 Cents By Mall, pormjnth, po'tngo paid to Cents By Mall, por year, postago paid Si T0 WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 2, 188S. Tun I'iusidest attended the presen tation of "The Honeymoon" nt tho Na tional last night nnd lie laughed vigor ously. It Is Beldom tho President laughs at a show. What he laughed at last night Indicates that ho is a man who likes a joke, oven if it is on himsolf. In tho net wlicro tho Mock Puko is Informed that ho can remain in tho executive chair thirty days longer, ho enters Into a phil osophic soliloquy on tho situation nnd concludes that everything must have an end, and that other...

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. — 2 November 1888

TIIE EVENING POST, FBTDAY, tfOYEMBEB 2. 18SS. 3 - A ' ) i w rr The Evening Post. TUB CJUTIO. Thocrltlo utootl with scornful oyo, Before n picture on tlio wall) "Ymi cull this nrtt Why, soo tlio fly, It a kiot natural at all. "It has too many Ion-Its lioail Is fnr tort largo who over saw A lly IIko that Its color red. And wings thutlook as If thoy pshaw I" And with n gesture of disgust Ho waved his hand, when lot tlio fly Flew from tho picture. "Ah I sumo dust," Tho critic said, "wns In my uvol" , . Boston Glopo. LOYEIS STRANGE; or, A llOMANOn Oil TUB UNBXPEOTKI). Gcrnlil Mnury liad spent so ninny wcaUs vnndcrlnj; nbout tlio picture gnllcrlcs of Homo that ho know ovcry painting by hunrt. Yet ho Mill wont (Jally to roam through tho rooms whero tho goms of tho old twisters wcro on exhibition. Hero ho lind scon ono day n young Indy wiilUins with her father, and her lovely fnco hnd inntlo sueh nn Impression on him tliat ho liaunted tlio galleries In tho hope of Beoing nor ngnin. Ono nigh...

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. — 2 November 1888

y ,; xv,Mm'TwrmyKWfvmiwfwm'mmrrrviirv tn " " " ' ' -.,-- ! - . . "n , TW :"" "rHW?5?i"l?rr "", W1 (jiJHpnsr ' 'fffWW ' '"TjmWHUBPUfWfciw '!PVJ?"!.WWfWWJillWipll(PlJ,,P''U ' 'i" THE EVENING POST, F1TOAY, NOVEMBER 2, 18SS. The Evening Post. CITY Sl'KCIALS. rnlrlodon thoovcnlnir proTloti", and results lmBuvllnlely niter each rnro nt lvv City, will bo dlplnfoil nt rcnrufca't, 111-110 12th streot northwest. It mine-I'll tine; IXnlilMimrnt. John Itudilen'n lntllmcnt house, which nro centrally located nt 11.10 and 1)3:2 heventti utreet northwest, 1 the placo to buy jour housekeep ing outtltK. Ho 1ms the lamest stock of utovcs, CLrrcts. furnlturo. etc., that ho hits ever kept. Ami Is dolus an linnicnso lmlncs by selling them ntrnhprlcoson tho Instullmcnt plan on easy weekly or monthly payments. Not orn Tim Sullivan, tho popular rcstnrnu trnr, but John I., who Is trntclltiR with tho "Daniel lloouo" Company, 1305 11 street. To tlio l.nvcr of Art, An Invitation U extended to eall nt VccrhotT'g...

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. — 3 November 1888

ffPBBw uict.-wwr" W 'irmwrXSSSSlilliS i H L, i ft. " LATE GOVEBHMEHTAL GOSSIP, Recent Clerical Changes in the- Inte rior Department. NEW COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS, 1 Numhor ut dinners In tlio imrtmcut. War Ho- AsoTiinn Divtucsn Di:ci,utr.n. Tlio Comptroller of tlio Currency lias declared n second dividend, forty per cent,, In favor of tlio creditors of tliu Second National Hank of Xcnhi, Ohio. Tlili makes In all eighty per cent, lu claims proved amounting to 207, 651.8!). TIjo bank failed May 3, 1888. Mir.im Orncmis Commiionci. Tlio 1'rosldcnt hnsslgncd tlio following commissions of officers In tlio District Militia: Arthur Yates, captain of llattcry A, Unlit Artillery, and Georgo W. Edwanls, second lieutenant Company C, Seventh llattallou of Infantry. Co.MMissio.Nuiis or Dueps. Tho following Commissioners of Deeds In tho Btato of Mary laud and tlio District of Columbia hivo been appointed by tlio l'rcsldcut: James K. .Mills and 0. Evott Reanlon; aud tlio followln.tr notaries: Joseph H...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 3 November 1888

"WW"' THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1S88. Tiie Evening Post (AND WASltlNOTON CntTIft) PUDLI01IED EVBUY EVENING. BY THE WASHINQTON POST COMPANY. Tost JIuiMitNci, Corner Tenth and D Streets and I'cnn. Ave. Wahiixoton, P. C. SECOND EDITION. new 8i:nit:s, No. IS UiutioSemm, No. 0,014, TERMS! SlnglcCopy 2 Ccntii By Currier, per month..... 33 Cents By Mall, poi'mmth, poitngopnld 10 Cents By Mull, par year, postago pold $1.B0 WASHINGTON, NOVI3MHEU 3, 1883. AltATi: THIS MJ1SANCI!. Tho following item nppenrert In Tlio Evening Post of yesterday, nnd wc ro produce it cdltorinlly to cnll more pnr tlculnr nttentlon to n Mnto of nffnlrB which is worthy of nil condemnation : Hannah Tylor lias marto complaint to tlio Commissioners that Bangs of wcll-drciscd loafers congregate at Tenth and Pciinylvunla. avenue, Snlts's enmcr. 8vcnth nnd 1', sticcts and on TwoHlh slicot npposlto llognn's stnra, and leer nt ladle on tlio street and malts Insulting icmatltj In their healing. She elates that s...

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

Bwq,rf.y. ii rM if.-. iwwwBwwBWMmHWBIHBTIPWWi'' J'-mii. . "jaaaa WSi)"" ' " "" "" " " " -- "-" "" "c-! " "" -""f-?!'J " n . rfiTiipjR' j1 a-(.T n. , -r-.. 1 1, -r.,,,.sj mnw rTij- w, " "' " TJ7--,."''Vf,W)SSB"" THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 3888. 3 kr- m V - TnE Evening 1dost. THIl VI.AINT ur tiii: FOOL. Would tlmt I had a mtto of sense A littlo l, cnmwh for mo; With half us much in most mon havo, A mllllnnulro In brains I'd bo. I'll llko to sny tlio thing I moan, Yetnotsny over thing I think! Bo seldom hoard, moro seldom seen, A Jester with a. ninsk of Ink. IM llko to cry hoforo I do 'llio thing I'll cry for whrn 'llidono; JIv second-hand sight, old and nnw, I'd trado fur foresight ton for ono. I wish 1 know a llltlo loss; Inlili I known great deal more I wish 1 know how to express Tlio thoughts I nocr keep In store. ' ' I'd like to know enough to know I know much I"m thai wlor mon; Itli no much wisdom I timid go Two days; then bo u fool uuulii. Dnrdotto. THE WHEEL OP FOR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 3 November 1888

MHBMMMMMHH T""T?fFf''Vlr s'M'T'1! 't " 'J! Ij"" I "!'" '-vtt ."WW"" P!Tf Wffjfyi, 1 THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1888. The Evening Post. CITY SPISOlAIiS. Ilnuclitnn X Co. Spclnt Nnllcc. Thl prominent nnd rcrreontntIvo business establishment ntl'JlBMnl Vim V sttoct north west, tsoirrrlnoxtralniltictminl forthanoU thirty Uyi In parlor and bnl-ruotn fiirnltme, tables, cabinets, etc. Also In carpels. rtiRS, hassocks, cto. A cranil display o( drapory, luco ourlnlns nnrt every class niKooilsIn tlinir line, to nil of which thoy call especial attention. Their capacious balcony around their first door contains an clwrant lino of rocking chairs, easels, screens, bamboo wotk, etc., nil ol which would roako suitable prestnts (or tlio holidays, nnd for wh'ch special prices will bo tnado and accepted In trust until called (or. To Those Who Wlh to Hot on llnrrlson, Merrltt Vnn Wncner, No. DQ.'i Pennsylvania Avenue, will, nnlll tho election is decided, tnko one dozen Cabinets for Si per ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 5 November 1888

1 cfirviwyr' i ifX-oj-y r-rmirrr- -.jM(i.wnri rm. s;ijhijw H w! (,'1, f Wjtmjpi;:' iRkl (!' r L LATE GOVERHMEHTAL GOSSIP, Tho Programmo Outlined By the For tifications Board. MEDIOAL DEPARTMENT CHANGES. Tho Yellow l'nvcr Tlui Itnston llenrd rroin Army Orders. Wiir.itKAiiouTs or tiiu llosro.v. Tho Boston lias ngaln been heard from and will piobably nrrlvo at llnjtl to-morrow. Ouncncti to Inspect Powiieii. Captain Frank Baker, of tho Ordnance Department, lias been ordered to pioceed from tlio Frank fori Arsenal, Philadelphia, Pn to tho powder mills of D. I. DitPont it Co., near Wllinliig ton, Del., for tho ptirpoao of Inspecting pow der. Yellow Fr.vr.tt Rr.i'onTti. Surcoim General JIamllton has received n telegram from Gains vlllc, Fin, rcpoi ting tlueo new cases of yel low fovcr, all colored. Surgeon Uulton, Camp Ferry, rcpoits officers present, fi; guards, 11; employes, 33. Refugees' arrived, T; discharged, 37; remaining, 85. lu fever camp, :i. STOiiKunt'inis ami GCKJr.iis. The foll...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 5 November 1888

"i5'wipyw 'P ir,T'fi:7pvjfti 2 THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, NUVJ0MJ5EI1 5, 1888. The Eventng Post UNII WASHINGTON CRITIr.) I'tTBLISUED EVEIIY EVENING. nv TUB WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. Tost IH'H.iiinb, Corner Tenth ntiil 1) Streets and Pcnn, Ave. W.lSIUNflTOK, I). C. SECOND EDITION. NnwSEniEs, No. 10-CiTioSnniE5Xo. 0,315. TERMS: Single Copy 2 fonts 3)v Carrier, per month 35 Cents )ly Mall, per mjnth.ro'lagopuld "' Cents ly Mull, ior year, postngo paid Sl.fiO WASHINGTON1 CHIT CHAT. "WASHINGTON, XOVEMUKIl 5, 1888. Two weeks aoo to-ilny wo called tho attention of tho police to the fnct that nt the lionil of Now York nvctitic, on tho Ivckington Hue, two hundred or more men ami boys, black and white, linil put in tho Sunday previously (gambling at "crap" and other devices but tho "crnp shooter" was largely in tho ascendant. Thousands of pooplo went out the road tlwt day, for it was tho Kcklngton open ing day, and ovary body saw tho gam Mors at their sport and thousands rondo their comments th...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 5 November 1888

". -Jf" WW- (.- ..' THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, NOVEMBER o. 1888. 3 lUw r in - Jr'ff !.v ir" i M P i;. A' The Evening Post. AVIIKN JIM YH iiiiaii. "lilt sarveil hltri right," tho nnlmK ncd, An' 'bused him for tho life ho led, An' him a I j Ihg tlnir lit rest Villi not nlosotiim his breast; Alii inciiny I'tnnl words they said When Jlin was (lend. 'Men' killed lilvsclf." "Too mean to Ike." They illiln't lmv' nno word ter glvo (if Kimloit ii, thoy hnvcred near An' gazed on .llm n lylne ttiero. "Thar nlnt no ito ter talk," thoy sod, 'He's better dead." lint suddenly tbn room growed Mill, Whllo dod' while sunshine seemed to fill Thonnrk plnco with a glenmnf light. An' o'er tho (lend shu licnt Iltn'ft wife! An" Willi her II ps close, close to hi". Ah though ho know nn' fult thu kit", hho sobbed a loiichln'dght loncu "All" Jlin wn, nlwiiys Rood ter mo!" I tell yon when Hint enra ter Unlit It kinder ret tho de.iil innn right; An' rniiiid tiio weoiiln' woman they Throned klndlv tit irm of lovo...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 5 November 1888

"W TIIE EVENING POST, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1888. The Evening Post. CITY Sl'KGIAhS. IJMflnR On Olovoliiliil, Ilnrrl'on or rink In not In our llnoj but wo aro willing to winter a lnrponmount thut tlio Indira In each ot tlio ro Mici'llrntnrtlrs will ont tliolMolld voto n. to tliedolrnbllltyiif purelrilim hnuso-furnlsliliiK ponds nt Tutpln A cu'g (Ircnt Oc. Storo, -tail vtbidreot northwest, ' I'lim AVIiim mid Minion.. Clir. Xnmlcr'e, HOO Seventh strcr-t northwest. Tliomo'tcomplrlo t.lnttnr Homo nnd stock In tlio city, Flno Old Whfeklov of lH0S-'70. olo., n sped vlty nnd nlwayit n h ml, Direct Importa tions of Kcnorlieerd llroi., nnd M. JIIn'llno hhcrrlr. nnd Ports, Ayivla & Co.,C'lmteiiuu'Ajr Champagnes, Critic & l'lls Froros Clarets, IliniKi'-I'lltlliK K.tnlillnliinrnl. John Huilden's lntnllmcnt housoi, which nrc centrally located at HIIO and l):ia Sovcnth direct nortlivvr.t , l tho plaroto buy jour liousekccp Inc outlit!". Ho has tho larceU stock of stoves, carpets, furniture, ...

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. — 6 November 1888

w m fw ?-' r" -rur; 'Wi' Wftjp$ -HtrrTXyl - rp-rrpmrjp V THVI1' l If HS K LATE GOVERNMENTAL GOSSIP, Dank Notm Hkceiveu. Tlio national bank notes received to-dny by tlio Treasurer ot llio of tlio United Status for redemption amount to $.100,000. Btoiikkcrpbim a OAUOEns. Tlio follow ing storekeepers and gangers wcro appointed to-tlay: Alficd D. Jiulklns, Smltbvlllc, Arlc; Cyrus Scott, MadlsonvWc, Ky,, and Hurry Parage, Philadelphia, 1'a. Naval Oiitiniis.Ordcicd Lieut. W. M. Constant and Assistant Surgeon II. N. T. Harris to tlio Kcarsago; Carpenter A. N. Hur ronglis to duty nt tlio Delaware Iron Works, Chester, Pa. Detached Lieut. Hugo Osier liaus from tlio Navy Yard, Norfolk, on tlio 80th Instant, and granted six inontli1 leave, villi permission to leave the United States. Sax Salvaooii's New Taiiiit. A copy of tlio new tariff of Sun Salvador lias been re ceived at tlio Treasury Department from T. T. Tunstall, United States Consul nt that place. Tlio new tariff went Into effect on tl...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 6 November 1888

2 TIIE EVENING POST, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1888. M The Evening Post UKD WAtlllKOTON CniTtc) rUDLISHED EVERY EVENING. ar tub WASHINGTON P03T COMPANY. Von nolLDINCI, Corner Tenth and D Streets and ronn. Ato, WAKIIINOTOf) D. C. SECOND EDITION. New Seihih, No. SO CniTtoSF.nifii No. 0,010. TE11M8: Single Copy 2 Cents rtyCatrlcr, pcrmontl ....as Cents By Mall, poi'in nth, poitago paid 10 Cents l)y Mnll, pef year, poitago paid $1.60 WASIUXaTON, NOVEMHKIt 0, 18S3. Complaints are coming In that bi eyelets nro trowing almost m careless on tlio streets as teamsters. One gentleman reports Hint hH servant girl was knocked down Saturday night by n bicycler's wheel and so evcroly injured that she hns dinco been in tlio hospital. Tho day following a lady in tho samo gontlomnn's family vrni sorlously frightened by a bioycler whirling past nor ro closo that his wheel touched her dress. Other ac cidents have occurred, and wo caution tho bicyclers to exercise more caro In their movements. Tho bicycle is...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 6 November 1888

?JAJUtMLUAlU3UX'iLVkthMiliJ r" W 'w"' THE RVBNING POST, TUESDAY, NOVEMBEJl 0. 3 Il rfi Iijffi-v - -j r- -- -, -i.-. - . , r VI US' 1 ,. .. . . The Evening Post. in sijkpiinsi:. Tho tumult of clccllou li now hount on every linnil, . , ., Ami II o penpto tho roiult of 'luosduy'ft volln lllltllll wnll. .... , Naught olio iceelvm nttuntlon throughout nil lhl!i mighty hind, Ami lltjlo wonder then It It, tho agony is Willi pnttl'ntlo hopes ninl fear tho hosrt goes Thlstpti'-llon, too, itolh forcibly tho mln' of men cnnnre" ., , Wllttnino one elm's purso provide my cranium with a hit, .. ' Or will I hnvotobuy n tile for t omo ono olso towcurf Huston llmlRct. A KIDNAPPED BRIDEGROOM. Tho excitement or tlio day linil tired mo out completely, nml I did not oven Btop to iiiirtiosi ns I IIupk myself on tho bed. To-inoriovv I wns to ho nun i led to JInry Ircton, whom I hnd v,ou In spito or a host of competitors. Thinking of tho lnonow koptmo vvldo nvvnko for n time, but whon nslcep finally emiio ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 6 November 1888

H ppppp; P""'1 THE EVENING POST, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1888. y-Mwrtm iiiupipjajliiwii t The E ve ning Post. CITY SPECIALS. Retting On Clovolnm1( linrrlnon or risk Is not In our lino; but wo tiro wIlllnR to wnicr n large amount tliat tho Indies In cneli ol tho re sncctlropirtlps will cat their solid voto in to tho desirability of purclin.lng houso-furnlshlng rood", nt Tnrpln .t Co's Orcnt Oo. btorc, -lOlt tli street northwest. Itoucliton Co. Sjieclnl Nntleo. TM prominent nnrt repre.ontntlvo btislnes establishment nt 1218 and l'J20 r street north wet, Is offerln extra Inilutctnents for tho next thirty day, In parlor and bod-room furnltuto, tables, cabinets, cto. Also In carpets rugs, hassocks, etc. A grand display of drapery, lnco curtains and every class of goods In their line, to all of which thoy call especial attention, Their capacious balcony nrouud their llrst lloor rontnlns an elcpntit line of rocking chairs. raels, screens, bamboo wotk. etc., all ol which would mako suitable pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 7 November 1888

m WMpW .'imflip "vmM" nf!tfyrw!" rf jr ' ' (T" ,"Tfp , " 5 '" mr r i t " aHi xT ft . i?' LATE DKIMIITMKNT NEWS. C'At.t.cns ON THE iIIKiIUrNT. Chief Jus tice Puller iintl Judge Laiuar called uu tlio President Mils uiornlng. SToncunci'Ei'.s and Gtunniis. Tbo fol lowing storekeepers und guagets wero op pointed to-day; Solomon K. Gold, Vl Ilur rlsbn, Ind.j Win. S. Ash, Ilrlar Cicck, Pa. The Daily Guns By direction ot tlic Sec retary of War. General Order No. ill, March 10, 1837, Is revoked. Requisitions for gun powder for llrlug of tlio morning nnd evening KUn nt military potts will nor bo mado on tlio (Jrdlianco Ucpui tmotit. Ciiimisd Hut.tms Not Kxci.uijbu. Tho Treasury Department lias decided thatChliiso rcatucn who snip on United Btates vessels In United States ports for tlio round voyage, w that they have boon coutlnuouslr under the United States Hair from tlio tlnio they left un til they return to port, uto not covorod by tbu Chlncso Exclusion act. Minor n ml remount. Secretary Wl...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 7 November 1888

THE EVENING POST, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1888. vC '.! The Evening Post (AKD WaSIIIKOTON CnlTIC) PUBIiIBIIED EVERY EVENING, nv TUB WASHINGTON POST COMPANY. FOJTBulI.DIHO, Corner Tcnlh and D Streets and Fcnn. Ave. Wasiiinotoic, 1). C. SECOND EDITION. New Semrs, No. 21 (Junta Series, No. 0,317. TERMS: FlngloCopy 2 Cents lly Carrier, per month ....35 Cents By Mall, perm intli, postage paid 10 Cents By Mall, por year, postaga paid.... , Sl.GO WASHINGTON, NOVUMIWH 7, 18S8. Mn. Cleveland may bo dofented, nnd tlio power ho lins wielded may bo trans ferred to other but not stronger liniuls. TIio masterful Individuality of tlio man lias inndo n powerful impress upon tbo political history of tlio country, nnd ho will llvo when others whoso popularity is far greater than his will bo forgotten. Honest, fearless, patriotic, ho has sub served party to country, and if defeat comes to hlrp, ho will accept it with tlio proud consciousness thnt tlio politicians and uot tho pcoplo huva laid it nt bis ...

Publication Title: Evening Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening post. — 7 November 1888

HmMIHMI-S "WWW! ajtjW'WW -'lifPWf" "WWfUWi "" ' (7f'rWP1",'T,'r "T'f" "7 vr7iT THE EVENING- POST, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1888. 3 3PB 1 rSI to m The Evening Post. I1BST I'OIt IinU AND IJ15ST IOU IU3I. On tlio steamer, oil, my durlltig! Wlu-n the foghorns spiuaoh nnd Wow, And you henr tlic gentlo Muward soltly come uml sortlyMi When the rwiisoiigj-i i, are groaning Willi u groin and nainotcM tot, Dnirt yon think 'iwere butler, daillng, You Hnil I should (jo belflw? In the cabin, nil, my darling, Think nut bitter y of me, Though I nulled away and left you In tli.unlildlootolir ln; I was (IIIpiI with tudui-u loosing To garo upon the ilo(i blue son; II wns bent In Iikiui )ou then, dour Host for you utul boat for mo. -HochoslPr Onion, A MEAN REVENGE. Americans in l'uropo nro generally so glad to meet nny of their own cotiutry mon Hint thoy nfllllato with pcoplo thoy would linidly recotfiiizo nt liomc. So it wns that Victor Toiruns mitl Herbert "Wnrno, who hiul never Botiglit each ollior'H...

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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inifijpafip w HP THE EVENING POST, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1888. t ' v The Evening Post. CITY Bl'EClAIiS. rino AVInrt nml Liquors. Chr. Xnndcr's, 00t Seventh street northwest. ThomoH complete Manor llouso and stock In ttincltv, Kino Old Wlilskloiof JH(l8-'70. etc, a mcclntty and always n lmml. Dlreot tranortn tions of Fcnerhcenl Bros., and M. Mlsn'sflns Sherries mid Torts, Aynla Co., Chateau d'Ajr Champagnes, Cruto & Fits Frcrcs Clarots. Hcttlng On Glorelunil, Harrison or l'Jsk Is not In our lino; but wo nro willing to wager a larpo amount that tholadtrs In each of tho ro ircctlve pirtlra will cast tliolrsollil voto as to tuoUcslruliIlltjrof purehaslnit houso-fiu-nulilne poods, ntTiirtiln Co'g Great Co. Store, -Mil 7th street northwest. AOXKS WATSON'S DEATH. of House-Pitting Kstntillslimctit. John ltnddcn's Installment houses, which are centrally locatod ntlKlO and 033 Seventh street northwest, Is tho plncoto buyour housekeep Ins outtlts. Ilo has tho lnrsct stock of stoves, carpe...

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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