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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 January 1888

1 'VS 1 JH J W1 aaamaMaaSJlS j MM aMMna MMMiiMMiaaa ,lH I OUR TAINTED ICE SUPPLY. I -SW22 I THE THIRD INSTALMENT OF I M A Story of Ico Harvestingi on tho Hudson, - if "SECTION 558 ; or, the Fatal Lottor." Wk Also a Sketch of our Publio Sohools whioh li r)Jf PXffi m WWW m flf "lKl III" H ' Nv ferJAJ' l WHJWP Hawthorne from Notes by Wk PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. fl THE WHYO EXULTS. l Driscoll Happy Over His Onslaught on Wardon Walsh Afterwards Affected to Tears by a Meeting With His Child. Yntlicr Gellnns Bxperu Hint the Condemned 11 1 an J'cels Chrlntlnn Keslgnntlon Ilia Keepers Certain Hint lie Will Ills Gnmo The Krcctlon of the Hnllovvn llcgun ' Thin Morning Not l'nr from Driscoll's Cell Walsh's Iteply to the Charges. Dan Driscoll slopt soundly nud peacefully from 10 o'clock Inst night until daybreak tliis morning. Then ho aroso, washod himself, combed his hnir neatly ond dressed himself in his black suit, with whito starchod shirt, collar...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 January 1888

m 2 THE 'WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING,' JANUARY 2i; 1B8& , K THE WORLD. HE rUitby tU Vmi JltfMf Co. JBL' SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 21. W' BXmBCItlPTXOX TO 2UV F.rEXTXO Kfir ED1TIOX (Including J'ostage). ES FBIt MOXTU, 30c. I PEH VKAJl, $3. GO. m THE YEARLY RECORD. lit MB Total Number of Worlds Printed during 1887, R, 83,389,828. kjm:: AYerago por Day for Enttro Year. 228,465. VM SIX YEARS COMPAnEDt fK TUB WORLD came under Vie present proprle- Mm torihtp ilav 10, 18t4 JSB JVnrfy tafy itYaR ' Kenr. rbrir, Jtrrrat: fM). 1889 8,101, 1ST 22,ant E? 1883 12,230,238 33,011 FOr 1884 28.160.7H5 77,1)1)2 1KB 1880 01,241,207 140,387 KjW 1880 70,120.011 11)2,1211 (X, 1887 83,3811,828 228,105 111 Sunday World's Record: IM? Over 200,000 Every Sunday During E& tho Last Two Years. Urn nvcrngo circulation of Tho Iffi?' Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 IflW Tho average circulation of Tho m Sunday World during 1883 was 24,054 Im ftvornff circulation of Tho Wfifc., Sunday World durinc 1884 was 70,...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 January 1888

THE WORLD. SATURDAY EVENINGr JANUARY 21, 1883. , ' OUT FOR AN EVENING'S DANCE MERRI COUPLES AND I'llETlT DRESSES SEEK AT IRVING HAM. II, O'Neill & Co. SIe a Reception lo Thrlr Employee. Uniform. Noted In the Throng of l'lentare Heekcr. Tlio "N. and n. Hoclnl Clrcle'i Entertainment an. Nchoh Lodge at Everett Hull. EEPINO up nu old V V d$tjP custom. II. O'Nolll A OSggalWr Co. gavo Uicir oin- rW4l I'loyccs n tlanco last Wit &&!fM 0cu'uRatI"inuHaU. KW pJTyfl&yJi mxA Probably tho room fejJglixTrOvir1 1''or conl'lo than Mr. l SSTS-Sr?'! nml Mrs. O'Neill. K&ScTWl' Mrs o'Nf,ni ccu- fi 0 BlViV J I I bur Mends, nud Mr. lrfhi?vCxXw 'Noi11 nttcni')tci1 ftfn Ijlfc lfcXJs f waltz and several othor BWJ ft rfcrs' tlnncoH. Ho took od- II a jVlllII1 Tnntng0 n littlo Icis- V fCTeTe I' ' uro to clvo Bomo infor- , f $ Ti ' niation about tho en- tertainment to on Evenino World reporter, nnd then Introduced him to Mr. William A. Fcnton. ' Tho costumes of tho ladies wcro very pretty, an...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 January 1888

4 ' . THE WORLD ; SATURDAY EVENING; JANUARY 21," 188K . M "WHERE CAN "WANT" ADVTS nl, ion 1 THE WORLD M BE LEFT?" m: Tna (wtraKiVWuffniifK"0" 'JUgS KI'.l'CATI'.l) QUIiltYl I 1 66 BRANCH OFFICES I(W . CKM' VORK, 1207 nrenritvftTt llftnnK. 'lilSft I.VN. 323 U'lublliftlon l.l JliltHl!)' CI TV, SHJi fit) Alonisamrrr t.i IIAItl.lt.!, it 3 7 lu! JEH. llfilli .t.l tVA-sllNJTO.N.(llO Mtlm. 125 l.ONUON OPP1CI2, 32 Coclispiir at., Tro- liw fitlgar Sqnnr.. HE AUTHORIZED OFFICES MM For the Itcreption of Advertisement, at tlie Ptfi Itesnlnr Advrrtl.ini Ilnte.t WOb NEW YORK CITY. Kkk nirffUrr nrrrl, 3 J I. 41li avenue. 1.13. JMtS llowery, 341). Month Olli nveiinr, in. Wafer, llroai(Tm, 1130, 1238 UHi nveunr, 162 and mft nnd MM. 1042. WUw, Clinton ire'el,07 (nrnrStli live., 1)0 (nrnr 1 4th rja-i Itlrlnglon Ircn). . at.), (II) t Imnr 3111b HI'' Dcbro.r. mrrct, 22 .), 111)7 ami 2.14a. Wmi (foot clernted stu. 1)11. iivcnne, .7N, tijO, Irnt: lion). ! 1270 nml lilffll, WiK Grnml trerl,233 (cor- Mill, u...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

"783 Answers- to One Advertisement,"! w fiftl JWr " 1IP 4 the world is the want medium. V PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORkTmONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT X DRISCOLL HANGED. , The Whyo Chief Executed in the Tombs, Pale, but Facing His Fate Without a Tremor. A Request to the Hangman to do His Work Qaiokly. Beezy Garrlty's Murder at Last Avenged by the Law. The Condemned Man Avrnke Early and Writes a letter to III Wlfo Walking to the Gallow Between Two Prle.t. A Dleasnge to Wnrden Walah Asking For. glvencas A Solemn Hpeetaelo Under tbe flallonra The Uops Cut at Precisely 7.21 Death Instantnneon Commodore Gerry' Word or ApproTitl Arrange ment Tor the Fanernl. As tho first rays of tho rising son lighted tip the cold pray walls of tho Tombs this morn iug, Dan Driscoll. tho Whyo chief, was led to the callows to pay the extreme penalty of the law for tho murder of Bcezle Garrity. A moment later Tun Evenino "World's extra, by an instantaneous signal sent from the prison ns tho weight fell,...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

mm K HT - THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING,' JANUARY 23, I888C I m T HE WORLD. HfL tllfeWlyasiYMlUsMilfCfe, HT MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23. Kp . eunaoBXTTZOx to ins jcrsirxxo Kgr EDITION (Including Peitagt). Wph PEIl MONTH, 30c f PXIt TSAR, $3.S0. Wh' THE YEARLY RECORD. hK Total Number of "World Printed during 1887,, H . 83,389,828. IjSI:' ' Average per Bar for Entire Year. IH 228,465. W BIX YEAB8 COMPARED t g- TTB WOnLD cam under !.! present "propri. R torthtp Itav 10, 188S. w TMrfy , afly Em Tr. Jbral. J fag; f 18BB B.lftl.lflT 22.3.TI BR. 1883 18,230,230 33,5M iK 1884 28,160,785 77(1)02 V '1880 fi 1, 24 1,207 140,387 iflfc 1880 70,12l,OU 102,12(1 ;m. 1887 83,380,828 228,405 HE. f; Sunday World's Record: MT Over 200,000 Every Sunday During. m tho Last Two Years. S h. average circulation of Tho St- Bunday World during 1882 was 14,727 !i. Tho Average circulation of The i Bunday World during 18H8 was 24.05A fj The average cireulation of The M Bunday World daring 1884 was 70,085 & The ave...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

MPVWWtTWflsjVvl!ia1s8 vliWJesvPJTSWawilrfsiWiwHsws JtaH ., THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23, 1883. ' 'Sx M PLEASURE IN THE BALLROOM. TUB LADIES OP THE DEBORAH TEKEIN GI7B A DANCE. festivities at the Lexington Avenne Opera. lloueo Attended with Onlj One Regret Home of the Pretty Dresses Noticed Carnival of the Mnlnzer Verelri The Den Kaufman Association' Hall. Probably the prettiest ball Sunday night vim that of the Doborah Veroin, No. 1, at iexlnfiton Avonuo Oporn-Houso. Max Echwaband thirty musicians -were present It was very much regretted that Mrs. Lena Levy, tho President, could not attend on ac count of a death in tho family. It was not given out in tho ballroom for fear that it might put a damper on tho evening 's pleni. Tito. Tho officers aro all ladies, among whom ore Mrs. Esther B. Marks, Vico-Prosident ; Mrs. Sophia Robert, Mrs. Frances Heln, Mrs. Estbor Gartensteig, Mrs. Jeanetto Gun ther, Mrs. Hannah Leorburgcr, Mrs. Dcssio llubenstoin, Mrs. J. Michaolis and tho fol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

Wk n THE WORLD t MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23, 188a 1 DRISCOLL HANGED. fH Ku (Continued from Firtt Page.) I branded with nocnllnr elfmlflcfiaco IhrotiRh Kwh the crlm corridors of the Tombs yesterday. H& Tho crny RjilrH broodod ovor tlio iiIaco nrnl mw tsxtn tho Bitinll but curious crowd tbnt enmo K in to witness tho scrTlccs, with the hope of Par Boeing tho condemned man. showed tlint Wo they, too, felt tho chill pressure by tho s " tjuibk. hushod look on their faces. WM And llie tnrm between whom nnd the im- WXM Ttenotrable'Rulf tho brief spnli uf light nnd KM darkncRS intervened Rnt silently In his cell nnd WW listened. His fnce showed no emotion, but lyt whnt emotions wero stirred in his brenst wero lift, known only by hlmnclf. mm Ho spoke not. nnd the groo.fnced men Ijf' that wntched nt his cngo tho death-wntcli I Sk, vrero as silent ns he. I'Jff, He had Arisen nt 7 o'clock in tho morning m&t nnd apptnrcd in better spirits tlmn for many W daysiiroTiouslv. Thrro was ft high...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

THE WORLD . . . -fllgl summing up. j:, 'm C-wMr'Mgnm of America. jf3fff 10 HfSSWfll SKSl ijMFl 602,391 WaillS jj "783 towers to One Advertisement" wwl' KMEMlHoEMralM'Ml1 feiiw!y' the world h the L medium. i PRICE ONE CENT. NEW Y0RK MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1888. PRICe7)NE CENT.1 JEM DRISCOLL HANGED. The Whyo Ohief Executed" in the Tombs. Pale, but Facing His Fate Without a Tremor. A Request to the Hangman to do HIb Work Quiokly, Beezy Garrity's Murder at Last Avenged by the Law. The Condemned Man Awnbc Early aud Write, a letter to m Wife Walktair to tho Gallows petween Two Priests A Sleunae to Vn deit 'Wnlsb Asking- For. streDCM A Boliran Spectacle Under the Onllowa Tlio Rope Cut at Prcclaely 7.94 Death Instnntnncnn Commodore Gerry Word of Approval Arrange ment for tbe Funeral. As tbe first rays of tho rising sun lighted up tlio cold gray walls of tho Tombs this mom ing, Dan Driscoll, tho Whyo chief, was led to tho callows to pay tho extremo penalty of the law for the murder of Bcozio Qa...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

HP.' m ft', . THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23. 188a K: THE WORLD. Erf f '- " ' Ejjf Monday evening. January 23. H& Sscnxrxioir xo ana xrrvxxo HEA EniTIOX (Including Teitage), Kft' PER MONTH, 30c. f PSR TSAR, $3. BO. Hf THE YEARLY RECORD. E Total Number of Worlds Frintod durinc 1887, Hr 83,389,828. KEt t Average per Day for Entire Year. 228,465. Kj SIX YEAHS COMPARED i HEVi ' r7 WORLD came utvter Vie present proprte tfft , trtMpMaV 10, 1883. HHHM' Trarljf Daily LLLLVfa 7ar. Tbaf. Jreraa.. Hi 16B2 8,151,107 22,331 &- J88a 12,230,238 33,041 K 1884 28,100,780 77,1(1(2 feX, 1880 01,241,207 140,387 1880 70,120,041 102,120 K 1887 83,380,828 228,400 HrV' Sunday World's Record: B& Over 200,000 Every Sunday During H& the Lost Two Years. Jf The average circulation of Tbo K. Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 Hfr The average circulation of The Hsr Sunday World during 1883 was 24,054 Kl The average circulation of The K' Sunday World during 1884 m 70,085 H&' The average...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

: THE WORLD MONDAY EVENING; JANUARY 33,' 1888.'' f V-JB PLEASURE IN THE BALLROOM. jlLB LADIES OP TEH DEBORAH YEEEIN1 OITS 1 DANCE. jTMtlrltlei at the Lexlncton Avenge Opera Home Attended with Only One Retret Homo of the Pretty Dresses Noticed Carulvnl of the Mnlncer Tereln The Ben Knufhian Association's Dnll, Probably tho prottiost ball Sunday night was that of tho Deborah Vcroln, No. 1, at Lexington Avenue Oporo-IIouso. Max Schwab and thirty musicians wore present. It was very much rccretted that Mrs. Lena Levy, the President, oould not attend on ao count of a death in tho family. It was not given out in tho ballroom for fear that it might put a dampor on the evening's pleas, ure. The officers aro all ladles, among whom ere Mrs. Esther S. Marks, Vice-President; Jlrs. Sophia Ilobert, Mrs. Frances Heln, Mrs. Esther Oartonstoig, Mrs. Joanetto Gun tlier, Mrs. Hannah Lcerburger, Mrs. Bessie Ilnbenstcin, Mrs. J. Michaolis and tho fol lowing married ladies : Floor Manager, Mrs. Bopbla lto...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

.bsMHHHMBBk111!8M HI?: 4 THE WORLD t MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23, 188K ' f DRISCOLL HANGED. Kt (ConJInucdrom .Fi'M Vage.) Hfir pounded with peculiar sipniflcnnco through KflH tfce crim corrltiurs of tho Tomb, yesterday. W&k The any spirit broodod ovor tho place and HtpV oTcn tho small but curious crowd Unit cimiu Wftw In to witness the services, with tbo hupo of WS. Moms the condemned iiinn. showed that WW,' they, too, felt tho chill prcssuro by tho UsSf quick, hushed look on their faces. m$)' And tho man between whom and the im- MSJV, penotrnble Rulf tbo briof span of llfiht and i (larlfucss intervened Rnt silently in bin cell mid wWt listonod. Iiiifnco Bhowod no uinoliou, but KSWi what emotions woio stirred in bis breast wcro Kj" , known only by hlmaelf. (' He spoke not, and tho Rrnvo-fnccd men ? that watched at bis cage tbo death-watch Ksj were as silent as bo, K?? lie bad arisen at 7 o'clock In tho morning IjjjHH and appeared in better iipiritH than for many SK days pravlousl...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

r-. 7? Fn ww'mummKKKKIBttfKUKKtBtMMMMMmmmmm MMMiWMBM"M'T?Btf r'V THE WORLpll -(f Summing Up; . pe " WMT"Meamm of America, 'P(tf fj fl SmL ,-tf ' (KfElll11f'f!l 602,391 WiMltS 1 -- :, i 1. -i - ,-p, rB rw-,, Ul - aft PRICE ONE CENT ' " . ' - .1 u NEW YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. DRISCOLL HANGED, ( The Whyo Chief Exeouted in the Tombs, Pale, but Facing His Fate Without a Tremor. A Bequest to the Hangman to do the I His Work Quiokly. Beezy Garrlty's Murder at Last Avenged by the Law. The Condemned Man Awakes Early nod Writes a Letter to HI. Wife-Walking to tho 'Gallows Between Two Frle.t. A Mcunm to Warden Wnl.h Ashing For. a ulvcncss A Solemn Spectacle Under the Gallows The Rope Cat at FrerUelj 7.2 1 Death Intantaneon Commodore flerryjs Wards of Approval Arrange, mrnts for the Funeral. As tho first rays of tho rising sun lighted up tho cold cray walls of tho Tombs this worn lug, Dan Driscoll, tho Whyo chief, was led to the callows to pay tho extreme penalty of tho l...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

. .,.. THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23, 1888. g , H PLEASURE IN THE BALLROOM. IHE LADIES OP tllh DEBOBAII VEBEiN (JIVE A DANCE. JTestlTltlee fit the I.cxlneton Avenue Opera House Attended wltb Only One Regret Home of tlie Pretty Dresaee Noticed Carnival of the Maimer Vereln The Host Knuflnun Association's flail, Trobnbly the prottitst boll Suudny nl(;ht Vfts tbnt of the Doborftli Vercin, No. 1, nt Lexington Avcrmo Opora-House. Mai Schwib nnd thirty mnRicinns wero present. It wiifi very much rcgrotted that Mrs. Lena Levy, tho rresldont, could not attend on no. eount of a death In tho family. It was not v given out in tho ballroom for fear that it might put a damper on the ovening's plea, mo. Tho officers are all ladies, among whom nro Mrs. Esther S. Marks, Vico.Prosldent j Mrs. Sophia Robert, Mrs. Frances Ilcin, Mrs. Esther Qartenstcig, Mrs. Jeanette Gun ther, Mrs. Hannah Loorburger, Mrs. Bcssio Hubenstcin, Mrs. J. Michaelis and tho fol lowing married ladies : Floor Manager, Mr...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

Br M' "!T THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, JAPTUARY 23, 188 H (THE WORLD, Flit' , l;, MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 23. Bhk ' i i i tap f'Bxmsanzi'TZOjr xo sns jtrnitzxa 'MB. JtVlTION (Including Pottage). W FSB MONTB, 30c t PEIl TBAB, $3.B0, H THE YEARLY RECORD. w Wfc Total Numbor of Worlds Trinted during 1887,. If 83,389,828. $ . Averago per Day for Entlro Tear. Br 228,465. m fflfr BIX YEARS COMPABED i IxB TUB WOULD camt under la present proprU- K fonMp liav 10, 1888. PW'' Tfarlf Tnxil 2sfJ Yomr. Total. Jorrao: njjt ,1888 S.iai.lST 22,331 J&W ',1888 18.i23a.83R 33,541 MM- ,'1884 28.1flU,7M5 77,008 W 1888 01,841.807 140,387 MfK 1880 70,120.041 102,180 'Jl&, 1887 83,380,828 888,405 i; Sunday World's Record: Wvt Over 200,000 Every Sunday During BMJj tho Last Two Years. Lrnlt TThe averago circulation of Tho Wb ' Sunday World during 1882 waa 14,727 Bap The averago circulation of Tho m' Bundny World during 1883 was 24,054 SR The average circulation of The ag Bunday World during 1884 was 70,0...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

R tf TITE WORLD; MOJVDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23, 188a DR1S00LL HANGED. K (Continued from First rcujo.) H. Bounded with nocullnr Bigniflcnnco through j" the crim corridors of tho Tombs yesterday. , Tho cray spirit brooded over tlio plnco mid PPPft oven tho smnll but curious crowd that cniuo Hi in to witness tbo services, with the bopo of v pcoing tho condemned man. showed that Hjft they, too, felt tho chill prossuro by tho H? quick, liushod look on their faces. v And tho man botween whom and tho im- H5 ttenctrablo cult tbo briof ispaii of light and Hf darkness intervened snt silently in his coll and Hj listened. Ills face show od no emotion, but KP what emotions were Btirrcd in his breast woro H'-' known only by himself. M.' Ho spoke not. and tho cravo-fnerd men PPPJft that watched nt his cngo tlio dcnth.wntch H? were as silent aB ha. J) He bad arisen at 7 o'clock in tho niofiilnc HC nnd appeared in better spirits than for many Hk days previously. Thero wos a high color in iiH-' his fac...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

THE' WORLD wg- Ytm Baaa , : - , wrJiiii&Tjixaanri .fcjf Zf13H WW05? 0 iiHWiii 1 1 f 1a W POLICE CAPTAIN STORIES 'fl The. WANT" Medium of America, - fvf r fwfe lP':iPQS7-n a & SfXj-1 fllw1a$ ! ffn "v"nrTnk1"' 9 irjigrojoBcMnnrnry- r,. .uiiimjuuu (11 L II Mr IN I II liiUl 1 P II Mill WJ Mil iWilTlfl 1 Oll 111 111 I ErVREUIAir WOPI Ft 0 J9 . tawiggUifcMiiiiig- Ifi'V EVEHIHGDlTinN WWW .ygTSSSLI I PRICE ONE CENT. ,.- NEW YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1888. '. PRICE ONE CENT. II aW sWt HM 5W Am v& DRISCOU HANGED. j The'.Whyo Leader Pays the ! Penalty of the Law. xeouted in the Tombs This Morning. i , THE DROP FELL AT 7.24 v --: How B'qqzj Garrity's Murderer Spent His Last Hours. i 'DanD'riseoH.lhe Whyo loador, whomur tloredBoezio Garrity, was hanged la the Tombs yard at 7.3 A. u, in tho presence of Sheriff Grant, the Sheriff's jury, some jail officials and ten reporters. At 1 o'olock he was awakened by the olang.i Ing of the Franklin street door-belL At 3 o'olock he sat up, and fo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

FI -" " !si r ? V ' ' " ' 'THE WORLPT MONDAY EVENING: JANUARY 23, '1868; '' ? ' ' ' ' "" " I THE WO ELD. Eff MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 23. HdL, BVBBonjTxxoir xo xhb jcrxirnra HjE. JBDITIOIT (Including Tottage). Kj' rxnitoNin, 30c. per tear, $3.bo. H THE YEARLY RECORD. Hp ffotal Number of Worlds Printed during 1887, K 83,389,828. Kn, Avcrngo per Day for Entiro Year. If 228,465. fif J SIX YEARS COMPARED : K& TITS WORLD came under the present proprie- H&K toriMp May 10, 1883. Hwifci Trarlif Jlattf HJvf XiHtr. 7Wa(. Jfrag; pit 1888 8,191,187 22,331 M& ' 1883.. 12,236.238 33,541 itCi 1884,.. , 28.100,785 77,1102 M? 1880 51.241,207 140,387 Httf. 1880.. i 70,120,041 11)2,120 & 1887 83,380,828 228,400 H? Sunday World's Record: Hg Over 200,000 Every Sunday During Ep tho Iiast Two Years. Eo Tlio average circulation of Tbo Hf Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 Bfw, The average circulation of Tho Kff Sunday World daring 1888 was 24,054 Brc' The avorage circulation of Tho !, Sunda...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

RMHsi.WKiaPaB!lWW8B Sbabits SLEWHERHTJSBAM) II .1 JU WIDOW OF OW3 OF BE&NAL'B YI0TUJ8 Bl TTABHINQTON. ftrsmali tha Btats Department Mrs. Bald win 0ks Indemnity from tha Btaxteaa Clovrnmt A Dansrsrsns Land Claim Dill Introduced In the Senate A Ratable Removal In Sir. Dnyard'a Department. rmouLxo Tire vroau,l WaShwotOk, J". 8. Mrs. Janet M. Baldwin, ot San Franolsoo, haa arrived here to press before the State Department her claim tor Indemnity from the Mexloan Government tor the murder ot her husband, Leon McLeod Baldwin, by Bernal, the Mexican bandit. Tna World oorreipondent oalled npon Mrs. Baldwin to-day and beard from bet own lip the thrilling nam tire ot her hnaband'a traglo death, every detail ot whloh U sabstantlated by the moat lndiapntable evidence. lira. Baldwin la lady ot education and refine ment, of commanding; presence and fine address. She la tea daughter ot the late Congressman Turner, ot North Carolina, and granddaughter of Francis Scott Key, author ot the "Star S...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 January 1888

R;-iMWER CA ADVERTISEMENTS B THE WORLD p: BE LEFT?" HR -Rijr aasiejeBsaBBBw .?' K.' TBtB FOIXOWWO MOT OV OFFICHS -RiX, WUX AKBWKR THIS OVV & REPEATED QCfinTt ; K' 1 66 BRANCH OFFICES I .fcfiV KKW TOKK, 1807 Breadvrayi BnOOIt- -$p' MTW, 828 Waariilnatea t.i JERflEY CITV, &:'.. BfatomeT7 M jXAIIXEM, S07 But -K' 118th t. WA8O1NGT0N, 010 14th it, -Kr; sanoom ontaa, aa ceciorpnr at usv &, ,' Jalffar Banal-. Hff , AUTHORIZED OFFICES -fc?- Fa Hptle f AdvertUenint tha ,HH Rrcvlur MnttUtif IUtau Mm'' NEW YORK CITY. .HbC1 ' BtoeeScK street, 844. ' Bowery, 849. f K Broadwsty, 050, 1288 ttl 1484. -K? CUatoa street, 07 (near RMnfftoii street) BR DsabroMes street, 323 (foot elevated KF ' stattoa). Ef1 Gntad street, 238 (earaev Bowery). .HKfr' Xdberty street, 60. Hcvf ltttvreaue, 244 and 1708. .Hp Sd kvesae, 182B and 2181. Ep' Bd avenue, 202, 820, 854, 780, 841, -$& 1007, 1078, 1828, I860, 1008, 1021 .H&W- and 2110. .HB areaae, 158. HHra' '-."1 gesth iStb avenue, 18, -&p av...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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