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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 February 1888

?? Af' ' rf- i-wmewwstiewjejii ,,ip,)ja,i,Wr.j 41 1 iKiu(scjivr.eyjiFW-il, j I )SJJ'; , lift," 1 t T, ' w i "n,v?" flir -w jp n ; rw.-v..' "" r- - vy 'w . ' ft, .i J2P7, 'W lfFBmmmm V''i ,. V","-riT""','r.ffiB,wffflTn'-!r,Hri raB 2 1 1 multiplied by six.l MP4S&Z An Advertising Comnarison xm AVKKAUU CIUCUI.ATION I'KIt MONTH OF THE .jfSJES V0rt i&8' JLlJBelL.J.lLi fyV JSgvl'ajjgjnoeS I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 1 !L'LEAif S SHOCKING DEATH, DPT. LAT1IR0P LOOKS UPON IT AS XN UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT. Tderlr Ilennett Arralstnrd IJeforo Coroner "" Nugent-Hclil In 81,000 nnlt for the Ac. Hon of Iho tirnlld Jurr Trying to Shift the DUino Upon Orderly BIlllo QIoLenn Dnrleil In Evergreen Cemetery. "With tho consent of Iho Coroner, Dr. Francis Dolafield, of Roosovelt Hospital, mado the autopsy on the body of Charles Mo Lean, the young Scotchman whoso shocking dath in the elevator of that institution, was reported in yesterday's Evening World. Dr....

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. — 2 February 1888

aB5' THE WOULD. XkWW , THURSDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 2. HHp 'iflLfil bviisciiiptiox to hit: r.rnxiNQ 'HHE EDITION (Inctudlno Foliage). IEv rr.n month, 30c; per yeah, $3.50. ,BB' Circulation Books and Pross Room iHf ' OPEN TO ALL. 'BVr?' TH CIRCULATtOS OP Till BK' EVENING EDITION iH i THE WORLD HLkv for the week ending 8nturdo.y, Jan. 28 'BKff ' Monday .TT49680T HVl Tuesday 71,940 Kf Wednesday 75,300 -HR Thursday 76,040 K Fbiiay 76,780 B;' Saturday 78,140 Kir y - wBf' i THE B0D8E A0Ta BuR Crar Oobbik. who won't confor or nrbitrnto HKr vlth bis miners, will have to foco a special VK, commlttoo of tho Houso of Representatives WjK' and explain his hich-kanded opctntions. BBf "- Iet it bo an investigation that will invest!. HK? It is time to find out whether labor has any HKf rights that " combines " of capital uro bound 9 BMm regPect Also, whether corporations are H flPHtff , Borvants or mastors in this country. I nflt A NEW KIND 0F TEIAU W EmP& &s colnmon'y been reserved for Const...

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. — 2 February 1888

'' . THE WORI.Py';TIgIURSDAirTEViaNIWQpFEBRWAnTr2?riB88. jj " 1M iGAY EVENTS OF THE SEASON. OHU 1IARD TACK CLDF3 BALL CROWDS TAMMANI IIALL. Well-Known l'eoule Who Loohrd On or Mingled In tlio I'rirlvltlm I'tmriiinceiitl ml Urajuntesi C2linDi Howling for llnnc luff for nn Uvenlnc A Hall lit Which lii illua (lire the Invitations. riMBVAMMANY HALL L -v vfri W i OHono,l ,,s doors wiilo jhti. W jJi'f J ' for tlio .rubers of tlio .rwu KifJf!""''1 Tnck club lnl YoWTTOtfuMi A?l tuight. Strcnuiors of IIlLrs4rtfiirTOY(K i 'ir'cu' bunting woro tTWranK Mfl&ftlr suspended from tho I fll W Wfv& ceiling. Tbo gallery I ltRPJ " EBlnot'onn' colors iu l ElflL--)vWRrncou f'JR and n jaK,-8l "''B cracker weighing PjX V " thirty-fivo pounds stood fflw $ ' A ou tue P'forW' As rllfflkvf 5"l I oorly as 10 o'clock tbo HJBKJpri. ' guests began to arrive, cuE&'l' j nnd balf auhourlator Uosw aid's Orchestra Jilayed a'solection from Strauss and tbo grand march began with Door Manager Daniel J. Sulliva...

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. — 2 February 1888

BT'r;r ' THE WOIU.Pt THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY , 188g. -?IK K,: ' " WHERE CAN " WANT " ADV'TS H". - van K THE WORLD K; BE LEFT?" K ffnB wiraaJR&lWiiff,'oi?KMOES K' KErliATiii) query i H 1 66 BRANCH OFFICES tHK, .C,;w VOUK, 12(17 nrniMnrart llltOOK. s-bs-bs-bW1 I'V'Xf 3E:i tVit.lilngton .1.1 JliltrsilY CITY, K Mi. Montgomery t.l II Altl.l.tl, .37 I ul LBHV llfilli at.l W.tNlllNIJTON.lllO Mill at. K, London ofiice, a. cocuepur at., Tt. H ialjrar Hquore. EH;' AUTHORIZED OFFICES Hfr For llao Krcrptlon of Advertisement, at the ?,' Kegiilar Advertising Itiileei tv NKH' YORK CITY. &. Itlerrkrr atrrcl, 341. llli nvcniic ,-1. HUT'' lowery, 34,1). Mouth .Till nvrrinc, IS. , itranilirnr, 1)50, 1.3R Uth nvrniir, 102 nml 5' unities I. IOI2. K Clinton atriret.(l7 (nenr Hlh nr., IMKnpnr I llh K ltlvlnglon atreel). , at.). Il(l (nrnr nillti f Dcsbro.se. . I reel, 2'2 !.), 111)7 nml liil 14. TasasasaaV (loot elevated alu-lOlli nvrinip, 07K, 8.11), HHk.- lion). 1275 nml 131)11. TasasasaaKr' ...

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. — 2 February 1888

tify-ir -T tM m multiplied by sjx7 rW An Advertising Comnarison M iHr' averaob cmcuLATioN per month of tub av yrfSlSsvr: )&V jSFE?. JfHfti . rfj ft 4 fcw F-rarr:r.'.rr:rirjctx?:.rrx:c!aicij3i?Xi: ''1M 0,0491SS Vg NjF JtlfS jKfnjR j t J J lm! lOl V N NT Dtl.UNU THE YKAIt 1887 uljlQu ,jH JV lwwwwwwwwwrww,www,w'"wi - - - i -,.-.-.-.,,. -. - i .. , 1 1 i . ,.M ixtl I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1888. . PRICE ONE CENT. fl JEXTRA I STAMP JHEM OUT! Altany Statesmen Take the "Even ing World's" Advioe, Tammany's Strong Bill Against All Kinds of Evil "Combines." Senator Caster Presented the Measure to the Upper Home and Mr. Mcllenna Brought It to the Attention of the Assem blymen Indications that It Will be Rushed Along ms Speedily as Possible What the Dill Would Accomplish. rsrrcMt. to tot world. 1 Amiany, Fob. 2. Tjie Evening World's ornsado against combinations which gamble In life's necessities has aroused the Legisla tare to such a degree that a dozen or more ore ...

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. — 2 February 1888

HBFf'a ' ' THE WORLDr -THURSDAY EVENING; FEBRUARY 3, 1888. 1 H THE WORLD. H .THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2. HB& BunscBZPxioir to inn srssina WeVattp EDITION ( Including Paslagt). K JAR MONTH, 30c. f PER TEAR, $3.G0. H; I Circulation Books and Press Room K OPEN TO ALL. BKr Tint Circulation or Tns ft EVENING EDITION Hf i THE WORLD R for the week endlnff Saturday, -Jan. '28, HCe' was as follows t Hp ' Monday 149,680 K' Tuesday 71,940 R "Wednesday 75,300 HER' Thursday 76,040 HM; Friday 76,780 Hsh Saturday 78,140 B , THE HOUSE AOTB. BhJ i Ozbx-Cokbin, who won't confor or arbltrato B rith bis minors, will have to faco ft special Hw, committee of the IIouso of Ilcprosontatives HCi and explain his high-handed oporationB. HKr4 Let it be an investigation that will Lnvesti- H) It is time to find ont whether labor has any WM ' rights that " combines " of capital are bbund K' to respect. Also, whethor corporations are HjR servants ormasters in this country. EVVi A HEW KIND OF TRIAL, HHffiJv I...

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. — 2 February 1888

' - fsfe MtsrTOuBNfepgBRtfAfty r&w h 18 MGAY EVENTS OF THE SEASON. B .., THE1IAED TA0T CLUB'S BALL 'OEffWDS S TAXMAN! HALL B Vell-Knuvrn People Who Looked On or H Mingled In the Feallvlile. PhuruiaceulU Ljt cnl flrailunte Change Howling for Dune. Ly . fnc for an Evening A Hall ret Which I.n H die - the iDTltallona. I HMifUAIIMANY nALL H CS wflMtpNi lcne doors wldo afll JdW JWiiXr for tho members of ko I 4u KIwnar1 Tnok Club last Bl foWACwf:iiTRu','uk Streamers of I MirrHAWWC1'11' bunting woro I JnftJisJyK!SvJTliUS1'cu0 rom the H f i vtov "svi coiling. Tho gallory H i L v rvJlyyBwn3 uunei wn tho fll I ibR ts tr KsSnat'ona' colors in V W."v-iwWcracou fold" onl n B ytjfc3el U'R crnckor weighing I ;a?I Fu " thirty-fivopoumlsstood mn HmrWfiBf' 1 on tno I'lform. Ab H rllk'f W""V I early as 10 o'clock tho H '!r5aKs-; V ' guosts began to arrivo, B jjuRfi ,i and half un hour lator H llosw aid's Orchestra S ployed a'solection from Strauss and tho grand BF march began with Floor Manager Da...

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. — 2 February 1888

Hi WHERE CAN " WANT " ADV'TS 1 THE WORLD Kf BE LEFT 7 " R. g UBPKATED QfJUKYl Br 1 66 BRANCH OFFICES BaVaVaVaVA '. k 1-jNf 023 Washington .1.1 JEHHUY CITY, LtK' A l QV Alonignmerr l.t IIAltl.lMI, 37 l.a.t BBTaTaTaTaTft'.SfU ' Ilob ot.i WAMflINUTUN,(IIUI4th.t. IV 'LONDON OPPlCli, 3st Cocb.pur u, Trn- $ talgar Square. B.fL1 AUTHORIZED OFFICE8 Bt' ', Ve)r Ilia Itrrrpllon of ArlTrrllsement. at Ibe KfX ? lUgnlar Advertising Itilnl H; & NBW YOHK (IITY. ft niercktr afreet, 344. 4lli iivrnue, lflil. H' llWrjr, 040, KOIIlll fithflTHMIC, R, Bc ?. llraudwar, tfJO, 123S ! avenue, tOttund BbVjbSjb: . ami MSI. IOS. x, C'llutoiiireel,07(nenr Stilus., Ill) (near 14tli R f J0r.bro.sr. .Ireot, 22, .1.), III7 nml !c35. K u I (loot elevatral Ib..(1)iIi uvrnur. .17K, 83i, 7 v llnl. 1276 nml 131111. Br.' J-. Orann'trl,233(cor. Kim uvruur, HUH. HHHIH '. nerltovr.ru. 23il iinei, I3U unci B ' J.Jbertjr .treel, 00. :UI8 Wmi. ., H. l Avrane A. 68. . VMIih -ll rrt,370)s JVe.t laaaaaaaaaB-: "..".T"' I4 and ...

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. — 3 February 1888

" ''r: If fej-T'P'-'EP ??m -0W. I An Advertising Comparison 1 G t AVdtAdl! CIUCUIiATION PKU MONTH OB TUP HTtr Wr . -. '"i"""i vJ "m voum duiuno the ykar i883i jAjf -wrTv y,r totv- fttttMRfttifJk. wvw k. Sjs3Rspr-e5jggcrrTrno opC-0!?rcxii S1H I 1 020 212 COPIES. KZS'VMa. A LTH' JA Mlv7l i Vffii 5i Tuir v4Vt4aA II !t. '"'" N'nber of Advt. Printed Per n ri $ if AtI5 THH (lj3Jlll lIlK Vl"LlJl)L illi zi II mL 6,949,132 &? 5Wr &f IB Hi iS P Sf $ Dnm TE vEAr ,88t 31,100 1 fl IWWWPWWWMWWWWWWWI WW ,.R.WRnl.nalWsiW-Rws-s-v-RW-RVJ.i1 MOTH M H M M M M M I sa. sjsg sj J 3J il PlIICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. J 1 WILL THEY STRIKE ? j 1 jMkawanna and Wyoming Miners fftj'ti Demand an Advance. Ill k Whole Anthraoito Basin May (ill be Brought to a Standstill. If Ik Jvf If The Miner Will Slake the Demand To.Day T L J- and It Will Probably bo Hcfturd br the " In Operator John I IjCo Had Something v fl to Do With the Blorement Home ot the ' id Heading miners A...

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. — 3 February 1888

BP$ o ' TIIEAVOItLD: FRTDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1888. , K'l.TflB WORLD. PA ' FRIDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 3. Hp? $ t Kit ' gvBSonrrTioy to inn xmxixo 'E!F EDITION (Including rostaae). K iHtf " MONTB, 30c; PER YEAR, $3.G0. k IS Circulation Books and Press Room K & OPEN TO ALL. Mfi Ofm Tub Cioculation or tub K ill EVENING EDITION ti' or K ' 1 THE WORLD Vt ,' for the week ending 8n,turdny, Jan. 28, Kv p' was an follows : B & Monday... J49,66 K I Tuesday 71,940 H- S Wednesday 75,300 Hi I' TnimsDAY 76,040 KV Fmday 76,780 Kf ft Saturday 78,140 Kfo & FBEE BUOAB TOB THE POOR. KM 'Jrg. The "Insido facts about sugar" presented Bvi BJ? in Tins Evemno WonLn to-dny show how tho K Wi tariff-created monopoly has been ablu to exact kj IBS its tribute from tho people. & bh'' They show, also, how to doal n staggering H& M blow at tho Sugar Trust. BfS &! The hicher grades of unrofined sugar aro KF' W-i quite olean enough for many culinary usos. HKy ivi They would bo bought by tho ...

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. — 3 February 1888

S ' ill THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1888. 3 Hf . ' NOTED IN MERRY.THRONGS. K1NTH WARDERS OUT IN GREATFOECE AND B FRETTI DRESSES. B The Cnuse, a Drill and Hall (liven by the 1 BB Pioneer Corp nt THtiimnny Hall Home H llUtorlent Perinnnsre at the Aint Ollern- SY ilorrer Mnaqiicrnilo I'linHa of Dancing H Hchoola Tent Their Hklll-Other Dances. B Varied was tho entertainment which t o 1 B Ninth Ward Pioneer Corpo provided for its BJ friends at Tammany Hall last night. 1'irst, fl in bandsomo now uniforms, corgcotiB with 9 gold laco, the corps formed in lino and ei- ' BB ocutcd difllcult mancjeuv res with thocaso and ; flfl accuracy of Knisor Wilholm's veterans. The " drill conoluded w ith a ro lew by Commander 9 H -Vra. E. AVhito aud stall, of George G. Meado j Tost, No. 38, G. A, It. 14 BB Fussing through tho gay throng The Even- 1 B ino Would reporter noted tho following BB pretty dresses : 4 BB "s Louise Mcttcl, brown sal la and lace; cor. r Bane bouquet. BB Mrs. H. II. Don,...

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. — 3 February 1888

bF '&' WT . 1 TIIE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1888. ' ) mf K MRS. LANGTRY'S FENCE DOW K- -- WM Br 1W0 ATTACa PARTIES MOTE AGAINST R& 'K IT THIS MORNING. Bt 'Bi& '" "' Workmen Get There Defore the B g&- Public. Wnrki Vandals nnd Do the nail. Bt'A' S.' now An Attempt to 8nre the Illicit Plllnro K& i f'' 8npt. Itlcl.nrdeon Hnjn They Must Go Kf ' , ' " Neighbor! Who Mny Ilrnent Ilerenrter. fiftf . jS ' It's down and the neighborhood of 901 K'l w 'West Twenty-third street, Is ft sceno of Jollity Kl :V, to-day. Bii' , " It " refers to tho high board f enco which Hf' had enclosed tho bit of ground in front of B' Mrs. Lily Lnnctry's rosidonca for tho past K'' ', $ month. Bf , 9 Promptly at 8 o'clock this morninc Snit. Kij'' t. Hichardson, of tho Hurcnu of Incumber- k (v oncoi was oil tho sccno: With him wero In. Hk ' epoctor Thomns McQinnis nnd eight brawny Kty laborers, armed with pickaxes, crowbars H L fad saws. Hj $t v Tho party found themselves forestalled by...

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. — 3 February 1888

I IMcTmp X5IJ - lAn Advertising Comparison '9 , ATUAGU OIlinUliATlUN PER MONTH Off TIIV TrS W hiwiiq viiiminmii ' XfM H I,020i212 COPIES. aK5l.A. - ff7 JXMLV&X 3n ..IsV A4i ll it? Averaaje Number of Ailvt.. Printed Per p p ivl B ATEKAOK CIRCULATION PUR MONTH OP THlt tmuk Ilia fTS Vaarr-r m& ' ) lSi, LMl linlVi IITil 17 iTm rtn Vili " 1 tllllilll 1 ftllH .vwvwwvNAvvAIilCCvwsAft i SVJ e,Q40,lSa j Pllffllrall Wwi'l'lllj -RAnKNCMnRPnRMONT CI ICO 1 ' COMEhT V llilMM N mm.MJTMi: YEAH ,887 tJ,J0 H Hj U.i-i -- --------.---- -( J -. i J f LbH I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. H EXTRA bbB " I SHOTS EXCHANGED. H -- I Trouble Between Police and Strikers at Shenandoah, taokawanna and Wyoming Mln- ers May Go Out, Too. H The Miner Will Make the Demnnd To-Dny H and It Will Probnbly bo Iterusert by the H Operators John I Lee Itnd Homctlilng & to Do With the MoTement Some ot the B Rendlna Miner Are Hecedlnar fifteen fl of the Mine nre Now In Operation. ...

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. — 3 February 1888

IBMM1MP!I ti Tii1 "il infill 'lil'1 i'I'i ' r i "ffi mww WW i "Vr m flitM" r'n'in'lni'iiiftPlWufi Hlff P','fwr "x THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1888. . R I THE WORLD. BjP' fluiYsssrrtMsMM a ISL FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3. m BvnacnirxioiT to jihs xrizxiya . EDITJOX (Including Pottage). IK. JiJ MONTH, 30c; rEIl YEAR, $3.50. m Circulation Books and Press Room M. OPEN TO ALL. JUM TDK CIRCCL1TI0M OF TH ft EVENING EDITION IK- ' ' W THE WORLD SjK for the week ending Saturday, Jan. 28, sRj vu m follows : ; Monday 149,680 Tuesday 71,940 k "Wednesday 75,300 ffi Thursday 76,040 fit Friday 76,780 Saturday 7 8,140 TBEE BUOAB FOB THE POOR. feL The "insido facts about sugar" presented fir in Tot Evxnino WonLD to-dny show how tho ;1 tariff-created monopoly has been ablo to oxaot SS- its tribute from tho people. J3 They show, also, how to deal a staggering St' blow at the Sugar Trust. jST ' The higher grades of unrefined sugar nre OK, quite clean enough for many culinary uses. Sr They would...

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. — 3 February 1888

THEORLD: FRIDAY-EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1888,' 'aS-B NOTED IN MERRY THRONGS. K1NTH WABDERB OUT IN GREAT FORCE AND rBETTT DRESSES. The Cante, Prill nnd Hall OItcii by tlie Pioneer Corps nt Tnmninnjr llnll Hnme IIlMortcal I'traonnsre nt tlie Aim Otlern dorfer Mnsiiueriulc I'upltii of Dnnrlng Schools Tent Their bUlll Oilier nances. Varied was the oniortoinmont which t o Ninth 'Ward I'ionccr Corps provided for its friends at Tammany Unit Inst night. First, in handsonio now uniforms, gorgeous with gold Uco, the corps formed in lino and ox ocutod difficult maucnuvrcs with tho case and accuracy of Kaisor Wilholtn's veterans. Tho drill concluded with a roviow by Commander Wm. E. White and stair, of Georgo G. Meado Post, No. 38, G. A, 11. Passing through tho gay throng The Even tuo World reporter noted tho following pretty dresses : Miss Louisa Mcttel, brown salln and lace; cor sage bouquet. Mrs. M. 11. Don, black satin ana Jet. Miss Klla llreaitcll, Nile green velvet, with a decolleto corsage....

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. — 3 February 1888

Hp J -j'' THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1888. ' E K' HES.LANGTRY'S FENOEDOWN WL TWO ATTACKING TARTIES MOVE AGAINST Ml IT THIS MORNISG. KjHr JTbe UIt'i Workmeni Oct There Itrfore the Pr Pobllo Work. Vnnilnl nnd Do the noul- Fv3l gut-An Attempt lo Hnve tlio Ilrlck I'lllnri rijjJ Bant. Itlchnrilaon finya They Must Ho rlst'i' Neighbor Who Mar Uepent HereaHer. Ejw ' Il's down nnd the nnlRhborhood of Sfll 3w ert Twenty.third street, Is n sccno of jollity fi. ' It " refers to tho high bonrd fenco which .to' had enclosed tho bit of cronnd In front of Saf Mrs. Lily Lanetry's residency for tho post W- bonth. yjfj Promptly at 8 o'clock this moraine Smt. wS 'RlchardBon, of the Bnrcnn of Incumber- fjSf races was on tho sccno. 'With him wore In. W- fpectorThomnsMcGlnnlsnnd eight brawny W. laborers, armed with pickaxes, crowbars 'jffc Md saws. Tho party found themselves forestalled by fflf soother force consisting of five- workmon in MBS. LAHOTRl's lTJrR. tho employment of Prodoriek Ilodo...

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. — 3 February 1888

I multiplied by sax7 "W- An Advertising Comoarison li I Aym"XmornBVSli''it" (ijP L 111 MIKl VxIrJ' (O i ML 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 av attack NUMnr.ii ran montii R ICO 4 I PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FHimUARY 3, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. I I DOWN SIXTY FEET. WL I Throe Men Injured by an Elevator 3 Falling. ft A Plungo From tho Fourth Floor S to the Cellar. rE The Accident Caused by Hie Fartlnir of Ilia fH Obkle In n Factory In Writ Flfty.aeventh . IB Street One Mnn Catches n Clmla, but In '. Forced to I,et lo Two of the Men so B Tlndly Hurt tltnt tho Surgeon Aro Un- 11 nbto To Examine Their Injuries' The Elevator Used Tor Freight. WE Another olovator nccldont, by 'which thrco SK men wero injured, two of them perhaps nior- Sm' tally, occurred nt 9.30 this morning nt II. II. H llollis's wool-pulling factory, nt C4G nnd 518 . West Fifty-seventh street, botwoen Tenth VK and Eleventh avenues. Tho fnctory is only B n fow blocks from llooscvnlt Hospital, whero H a shocking elovator accident occurred...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 February 1888

Hr . TITE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 18P8. K JEE WORLD. Ht FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3. HtF svnscnxrTXOir xo inn etskxno BH VVJTXOjr (Including Fostag). K& W MONTH, 30c; TER YEAH, $3.B0. mm- Circulation Books and Press Room IB OPEN TO ALL. BwE Tni Cihcuutiom or tqi Ik evening edition HBf4 B THE WORLD HHfi for Uio week ending Saturday, Jan. 28, BH, WOS 08 follow ! IBr Monday 149,680 Wm Toesday 71,940 Bw Wednesday 75, 3 0 0 Ik Thursday 76,040 wMf Friday 76,780 K Saturday 78, 1 40 IK BftBr-V FEEB BUQAB F0B THE P00B" Kill' 'r'10 "inside facts about sugnr" presented HU in Tits Evbnino World to-day show bow tbo Kfltft' tariff-created monopoly bos been ablo to ozaot B-JtS "b tr'ljuto 'rom uo People. Bh Tboy show, also, bow to deal a staggering HB blow nt tbe Sugar Trust. H? Tbe bigber grades of unrefined sugar aro BrllttC quito clcau onougb for many culinary uses. fljpt Tboy would bo bought by tho poor in profor- R5?' ence to tbo hlgbor-pricod grades of refined. KKftt But under ...

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. — 3 February 1888

g!rgwWBffiWiB in iii ww I ' iMi'i "f """i "' "T i in ii iiwiMiiiiiiiiijUBifflBmWffHMIB I, THE WORLD: FRTDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1888. S ''M MOTED IN MERRY THRONGS. mwm HF MKTU WABDER8 OUT IN GREAT i'OEOE AND sUt FRETTT DRESBE8. K Tlie Cnuse, a Drill unci Ball Given by the jV Pioneer Corps nt Tnmmiiny Hall Homo mwM Historical l'erioaase at the Ami (litem- VmW dorfer Masquerndc Pupils of Untieing ft Hcboolt Tost TUelr Hklll-Otber Dances. H Varied was tho entertainment which t o B Ninth Ward l'ionecr Corps provided for id H friends at Tiunmany Hall Inst night. First, H in handsome new uniforms, gorgeous with H gold laco, tlio corps formed in lino and ox- B ecuted dlfllcult lnanuiuvrcg with tho caso and H accuracy of Kaiser Wilholin's vctorans. Tho Hp drill concluded with a rovlow by Commander jWi "Win. E. Whito and staff, of Georgo Q. Hondo I' Fost, No. 38, O. A, 11. H Passing through tho gay throng Tub Even. H INo Would reporter noted tho following B protty dresses s jHl Miss Loulso ...

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. — 3 February 1888

ammmmmmmmmmmmmmRi'llSi RijTi'' ? " vS-mmr W& f 4 THE WORLD t FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUAKY 3, 1888. x l B$ NOT OF AMERICAN MAKE. BT - Vha IJjnamltB Fonnd on Cnttan wm of Ef CJermnn MAnaTnclarr. Hi London, Feb. 2. Tin: trial of cnllon and ilar- Eft kins continued all to-Uijr at tho Old Ilallov, with p tne result that tncro waa Terr Uttlo new ovldonca K?i adduced and nopijrcholoirleal movements to chrotiU Wffi tie. In act, too proceeding! were vcrj monoton- HBfi "" MUns even to met attention of thoso moat BQM concerned, namel, tne prisoners. Justice llaw- Uff- Una tarncd oat soreral more bnndlei of lejal cop H&i and the air beenmo moro than oter suffocatingly W, mephltle. Witness niter witness trotted up Into Br the wltnesa-atand, each bearing an evidential pebble, BK ont of which the Crown lawjcrn hope that the Jury HE, ' will eonatrnct a pr.aon for the accused, and that was BlK " & Towards tho afternoon the proceedings were mL somewhat enlivened by tho appcaranco of Chief BSj...

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