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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 February 1888

wB rj M 1 Inspector Byrnes's Great Story. -mWSZ- i HARK FROM THE TOMBS it 3 H OONTIMUATIOM OF THK LOCAL llOMANOK KNTITLICD 5 if. " 1M , , """"' " MM IB "SECTION OB8 " jGHmmdbrnf "TSfilsSp1 1? 5T " "ITlr. ft f Vf W investigation op WAtiDitN WAtsira qumm MM MM I iiiK,iHyjyiyiivaaay--'iiatYi) ! il)LalyHJl ani strangr mtouiks of pkisonkks. J 'Sfel K PRICE ONE CENT. NEW' YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1888. PKICE ONE CENT. H 1 EXTRA W wmMm I JT1 iM - I " COFFIifNO TIDES." ut 9 The Beading Strikers Servo Non- wm Union Men with Warnings. I Trouble Feared if Any Arrests M are Made at Shenandoah. MM warrant! Issued for the Arrest of Officers K Krleger nncl Hhanr. Who Were Engnged MM ,n I'nnt Night' Hhootinjc A Freight Train H. Wrecked this Morning .llllltla llendy tpK Should Thrro Ho Another Outbreak Din- H Interested Companies would be Called Out. VTM IsixrtAt. in inn wom.n.1 flB Shenandoah, Fa., Fob. 4 Noon. No riot- JH era wore arrested in ShenandonU this morn- ifl InK. and it is feared that...

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. — 4 February 1888

ft r- THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4; 1888. - . Si H THE WORLD. Hf' riiiho ht natuMmt oo, K& SATURDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 4. $ BimscniTTiox to xnn xtkxixo WJP EDITION (Jntludtna l'eitagt). fljjfc TSit uontd, 30c; rsn YEAH, $3.50. fi m Circulation Books and Pross Room MB OPEN TO ALL. iff Tub cntcuuTioif or tm M EVENING EDITION m; THE WORLD IvK vWi forth week ending Snturtlay, Jn.n. 28 HjaSr WM n follows t r Monday ?49,680 llf Tuesday 71,940 fM. Wednesday 75,300 W TnunsDAY 76,040 jjt, Friday 76,780 m. Saturday 78,1 40 fflk vHO VI OlENOE, yffii The striking minors will mako a great and i ''1 mistake if tboy do not promptly re. M. pudiate and restrain the resort to violenco. m'' Rioting and assaults will forfeit tho sym- jwk pathy of tho pnblio, which now givoB thorn ' moral and material support. sB& no tnBn'8 right to work is Just as plain Sag and as fundamental as another man's right IjE not to work. EtfiK ' Meanwhilo tho hired murdorors of tho coal Baft m 'ron combinat...

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. — 4 February 1888

I THE ROLL OF MERIT. Another Lirt of Pupils Highest in Their Glasses. Children Standing: Best In Los- sons and Deportment. Once DIoro the Utile Ones May Be Their Industry Keco.rnls.ed Heady for Work In Their New Clause The New Aloiith Becnn With Fresh Itceolutlon. and a De termination to Da Well Bacceu Ahead. Ones more the teachers in tho primary schools and departments have footed up tho class records of tho weok and liavo forwarded the names of those scholars who by industry and ability havo obtainod tho highost num ber of marks, for insertion in Tiie Etknino Woiild'b Iloll of Morit. The January examinations have been made and many scholars whoso morit has found recognition in those columns And thomselves advanced one step furthor in their scholostio career. Tboy havo begun tho now month with fresh resolutions to stand woll, and will, no doubt, bo as succosBful in thoir now studies as they woro in thoso of tho classes from which they have been promoted. There seems to bo a misappr...

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. — 4 February 1888

ssssssWslHlflffT'TW I 4 THE WORLD t SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 1888. ' M H WHERE CAN "WANT" ADV'TS m THE WORLD p; BE LEFT?" B 66 BRANCH OFFICES RRRtftJ LiMMMMMnSSIVBMMIWBMaaM Ki. NRIV YORK, 1207 nrnnd-nr t nilODK. RRgCfr I-YN. aSU Wnnlilnaton i.i JltltMl'.Y CITY. BBJpl' .Alt .ll.)in..inrrj .1.1 IIAKI.IOI. 2M liui B&. ' JJSlli .t.i W.tMhlNUTON.tllO l4tlit. R. ,I.IIMMiN OI'I'IUK, Utf Cockapur at., Tra. f MlftnrFtqunie. K authorized offices RRHJiyr For ne Reception of Ailvr-rlLrmrnt at the RRRkP- Reculnr AdTrnlln Rileai RRRT NliW YtiltK !l IV. gleecllrralr. cl, 341. JI.U-.i:Y CITY. werj,34, ..,- fseMurMivcinie, 003. -. SS'lTiSSV "0' ,a3s ',"1 ",r' 10.1. Mfl if2? '" t.), 004 (iip.ir auih PlSpi 0jrSJlitiXL'?33 C r" " ' "Venue. ftTH, HSU, MM V&JiZ VrSo ' 0, lOtim venue, HK8, k &. 3" - svssaKS'.i'ashSKz1 aHVs . JlK. J.'-... mo to 4lt .Irret, SHJSWe.t. K ?Ji$u70lVl', .iiiiV '"" rrri, IHO Hut ISoiniVr-'uS?'!': ,wv.v;'nrur;.t ,,,,u " If DltOMUI.YN. IIOIIOKRN.N.J. Kg Wnaltlnirto...

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. — 4 February 1888

WMj ii r - -aW'iiipiijpifai4sggpppq3i j1 v ,l""'iiaif jw'tt ""f'iyi rjv T'!'i,ie5fsj?w'r'w r wrriw-iiw;"i''"wTr-jrf w ' t sr it israfflH jr-i t..J3BM t r - .! 1 Inspector Byrnes's Great Story, I .-l- HARK FROM THE TOMBS'. '' jjl CONTINUATION OK TllK LOCAL HOMANOK KltTlTLKI) .riSrT? r'OS&ESZ' w .at AN ""STIQATION OF WAIIDBS WALSU'S QUEKH - I THIS BTOHY. FItOM TllK P1CV OP JUUAN HAW- 33p wj&f l8 PAjJplNAfllfi V WL ifnilPlyllJIrll Hi I J I ' I(W MV K W 1 JlKMAnKADLK IIOARD BILLS AND LAUNDRY MLL8 ffl m TIlOItNB. 18 TllK IIKHTOFTHK HKRlKa. VP V-aV a&U lf fc IfflVfiNlUWlflAV i ftV ift) i iiA'&a aV,l "" "" AND 8TRANOK aTORIKB OF PIUSOWKR3. $jB J PHICE ONE CENT! NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1888. PRICE ONE CENtT" ifl I A DESPERATE RIOT. I Strikers Attack the Special Police at Shonandoab, Fa. I An Eventful Day In the History II of the Reading- Strike. ,H Ifm-Dnlon Men Attacked by a Blob The l-fK Caul and Iron Police Come to the Iteecue H anil it Iinttle Ensues Fonr striker...

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. — 4 February 1888

K. THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING; FEBRUARY A'j 1888. . flf 1 THE WORLD. H SATURDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 4. Ef Bxmscnirxioy to ins r-rnxixo Bgffi- EDITION (Xnttudtnff rottagt). Iff TEX MONTH, 30c.,' PSIt YEAH, $3.B0. f Circulation Books and Press Room W OPEN TO ALL. '2J I Tnit CIIUXLATION Or TDK if EVENING EDITION W THE WORLD M, for tho week ending Snturflny, Jnn. 28, !jL was mi follows : fl "Monday 149,680 jS; Tuesday 71,940 m "Wednesday 75,300 jjf, Thursday 76,040 A Friday 76,780 m Saturday 78, 1 40 ! if - I HO VIOLENCE. Tho striking minors will make a gront and fatal mistnko if they do not promptly re pttdiato find restrain the resort to violonco. 'Rioting and assaults will forfeit the sym pathy of the public, which now elves thom moral and material support. t0no man's right to work is just as plain nnd as fundamental as another man's right not to work. Meanwhile tho hirod mnrdorcrs of tho ooal and iron combination should bo suppressed by tho local authorities. (SB. HOLDING THE GROUND,...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 February 1888

t . THEWOltLDY SATURDAY tiVENlTVarFEBRUATlY 4; 1888: 3 ? I THE ROLL OF MERIT. Jy- Another List of Pupils Highest in m" Their Classes, I Children Standing- Boat In Los- 1 sons and Deportment. ', Once Mere the Little Ones Mar Bee Their I Industry Itecosnlced Kendy for Work I In Their New Cleusae The New Month 1 'Decnn With Freeh Ueeolutlone and n De. M termination to Do Well Huccre Ahead. W Once moro tho teachers in (lie primary sohools and departments hnvo footed up tho (i. class records of tlio wook and havo forwnrded M-1 tho nainos of thuso scholnrs who liy industry R' nnd nbllity liavo obtninod tho highost num. K bor of mnrks, for insertion in Tue Evening ji- "NVorld'h lloll of Merit. L9 Tho January examinations havo boen mado rj and many scholars whoso merit has found M recQcnition in these columus find thomselvcs advanced ono step farther in their scholastic 5jj caroer. They havo begun tho new month '7? with fresh resolutions to stand woll, and Hi will, no doubt, be as successfu...

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

Hk 4 THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 1888. H K "WHERE CAN "WANT" ADV'TS K BE LEFT 7" PT THE Wi;flra,mUKT OP OFFICES Kg KIEl'lfATltD QUIiilYi I 1 66 BRANCHOFRCES" Btv t i - I K& KRW YORK. 1207 ItrnadirnTi nilOltK. BE I.YN. 32U M'n.hlriBton t J JIIItHHV CITV, VM fill Monisntnrry t.t II Altl.lMI. 2117 l.ui &f! llfilli l.nVANllIN(ITONIIIOl4lliil. ft l.ONUllN OI'l'lCU, 3K Ooclmpur u, Trn- V'- inlawr rsqunre. R AUTHORIZED OFFICES Kr For llic Iterrptlnn or Ailvmlariiirnlsi ill Ids Bj? 1 Ilegulnr Advertising Kiitcm f, M'.W YOIIK 1'ITV. (llrrclter strrel, :i 1 1. J l.lttllY CIT V. lanrcry. 3411. .Neil urn HVrmir, 003. lrosirtrsn, oao' ,a3s 4ilnii,iiiir. 1.1.1. sKv ,.!nrt ,48, . -, .iitilli Alb nlMiur, N, aMeSf Cllniouircel,n7(iienr ciih live it lie, dt nml aW& cbtor.. irrct, aU Kllmvr., milnrnr I llli M ion lev"tcU Bin. hi.), dill (iipiir 31Mb V 'onL' . ....,.,, i.). H7 nml 2315. KM JibcriyMreri, 09. Huh fYvi-niic, IOVJH. Avenue A, a2. , iilld mrrei, UK) nnit ijf Ssi nve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 February 1888

I Inspector Bpes's Great Story. -SW- ' HftRK FROM THE TOMBS! 9 J&W) 00;i'UNUATIOJ'OF'r"I-OOAI,KOMAMOKlSNTITLKD g WiC ?d V at " INVESTIGATION OF WAIIDBN WALSH'S QUKEIl -19 fji rnit?KionZ 3B00r rJW Ny IPWwitNA ilrKa ffi IMi UrW fc yPlr ll H II' II' 11' NVKfeSTvy' N. Y VSSsJ' & iikmaukablk board bills and laundry bills J Sif I' THORNS. IS Till: I1KST OF TI1K HKK1KM. V- Ullf0(ltf,ty jM') B)i iil'lMI rilH """ AND HTnANOK HTOIUKa OF 1-HISONKR9. WM ij' PRICE OJVE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. ' 18 1 1 A DESPERATE RIOT. i ' . jw - Strikers Attack the Special Police at I i , Shenandoah, Pa. rjjs jt An Eventful Day in the History i 1' , of the Reading- Strike. 1 Non-Union nirn Attacked uy a Mob The jr'i I Cunl and Iron l'nlico Come In tlie itchcnc Wi nnd ii Ilnttle Unsure Four Strikers nnd lli Two Mm Who Cntnr lo the Alii of the ffl'L Onicrm Were Shot Fighting Ironi S Un- I ' til 7 O'ClocH ISrent Excitement. U M rrciT. to Tnc wont-n. If BitENANDO.ui, Pn.,...

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. — 4 February 1888

f.,, $ THE WORLD; SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4t 1888. TOf r THE WORLD. Kre lK.WfrrrMr.tH.M . B&. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4. HKfw" Bct huBsanirTioir to jitb jsrsitiyo He&r EDITION ( Tntltiditto rottage). Kfg J'K MONTH, 30c; PER YEAR, $3.80. Iff I Circulation Books and Press Room H OPEN TO ALL. Kf Tni Circulation or in P EVENING EDITION iK?' or K THE WORLD H3& forthowoek ending Snturdny, Jnn. 28, Rl won m follows : m$ Monday 149,680 mMi Tuesday 71,940 "Wednesday 75,300 Rff Thursday 76,040 j' Fbiday 76,780 MR. Saturday 78,140 K$t HO VIOLENCE. & The striking minors will mako a great and Bgft fatal mistoko if they do not promptly ro- Hhr pudlato and restrain the resort to Tiolonco. Kfc Itiotiug and assaults will forfeit the sym- Hku t pathy of the public, -which now gives them 52 moral and material support. BlS.' One man's right to work is just as plain Pi End as fundamental as another man's right Bfiffi; ot to work. Hit?' Meanwhllo the hired mnrdorors of the coal 5 an...

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. — 4 February 1888

sbbiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWbiiiiiiiiiiii fcf THEORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4; 1888.' 8 l.Hj I I HE ROLL OF MERIT. BV " K Anothor List of Pupils Highest in K Their Glasses, H Children Standing: Bost in Los- B sons and Deportment. HH Once More the Utile One. Mar See Their HF Industry neconled Hendy for Work HB' In Their New CIumi-The New Month Began With Fresh Resolution, and a lie. HHf termination to Do Well Succea. Ahead. HB Onco moro tho tcacbors in tbo primary HK schools and departments havo footed up tho HH class records of tho weak and lmvo forwarded SB tho names of thoso scbolnrs who by industry BBV ami ability havo ohtainod tho highest num. BB bcr of marks, for insertion in The Eveninq f Wonu's lloll of Merit. BB Tho January examinations havo been mado BB and many scholars whoso morit has found Bfl recognition in thoso columns find themsolves BB. advanced ono stop f urthor in their scholastio , BB caroor. They havo bogim tho now month BB with fresh resolutions to stand woll, and ...

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. — 4 February 1888

HMHHHMffiSffll!319S KL j TnE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 1888. . Ld " WHERE CAN " WANT ' ADV'TS Kf FOR II' THE WORLD If BE LEFT?" II m rv1I:,.'.oV.!.VIi?,'oiF10ES MS Ultl'liATKIl UUIiltVl I 1 66 brancWff1ces TSW .fl'W VOI1K, 1207 nrnnilnnrl IIKOOK. W t'T' 32U u'li.lilimton m.i JKHSHY CITY. n Ml .llnulamnrry m.i IIAKI.I'.U, 2.17 lui ftfE 113th ii,i, .IINJTON, (HO Mill l. , EflaT LONDON OlTlejl;, 112 CocUapur al., Trn. '.fre luigiirHiinurc. 1 AUTHORIZED OFFICES fa For (lie Herrpllnn or Ailvrrtl.rmiMit. at the VX Kesiilnr Adt erttalnir Rnlt'ai bm m:vyoku iiv. Slcccbrr alreel. Mi. .II.K-I.Y CITY, owrry.tin. Mi.r. iivi-mir, UU3. rowlMni, DoO, 123S , eniie. I, I. eSt" .ftm. ,'s, .,.., miiiiii iiliiivriiiii-. in. Ki' tnnlpii.iri-t,07iionr(ih iMtiiiu.. I.vinml BHS HijInuiOiiMrerl). MM. Kit Drbroi,-. alrecl, 2J mi, nvr.. IrOtnrnr I ltd liy if"i elevntcit m- i.), mil (nriir nilili fm .,t,onV .. ...in. . m.), inn mm aaia. fcft Ur..nilMr-ol,j:!3(cor-(,, , ie, ,-,7N, 800, Eft' , r.cr,,"...

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. — 6 February 1888

BBBBaflaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB I $ "wantsi" "wants i" -$mfm- 1 SITUATIONS ! i ! I I SbWI'O JWHfcrt4V "TOS wil S&5r?'SX JglTjiJiV J ni,niNaTIinYEAU18"TIII:wo,ir'IrxtiNTnn 'jfltM JL : House, Room, Apartment, Board ; Wtif tH fl5 SSr-rrJOS fJCl f(i & fff " I lilifflr I filll ' 5s4o54 5 IH 5 Advertisements ' I (ftJP L I I il W Pi I 11 III - -fc-rWHT Z ", I jjsss 1887, 1 SaMilffiEMMra w wn PP I op .xt"! i fl I TRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY (5, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. B HEGELIAN. - Going Well in the Lead at the Big Race, Cartwright, the Englishman, Falling Back. Guorrero Struggling Hard for First I Place. Vint and Dempsey Come to Blows on the Track. Animated Fcenes In nnd About Mnrilton Bqunro Gurden at tho Beginning of tlio Hlx-Day Contest (lid Hport Campnna Flrt on the Track Tlio Men Started In Vile of Six, Guerrero Leading In n Trot Iloaalnml Keeps Up n Ilocl-nmt-Too Walk Mnrle Jnnscn ...

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. — 6 February 1888

mWmmm " 3 THE WORLD! MdNDA EVENING, FEBRDARY ;,188g. - ' l THE WORLD. HD&f JMt4 trt ! raMsataft. ItW $$, MONDAY- EVENING, FEBRUARY 0. Wrae tUBBCMTTIOir TO XIT1S XVElfXSO Bin EJtlTXOlT (Including rcttage). Hp rsn month, 30c; rsit tear, $3.eo. K Circulation Books and Press Room OPEN TO ALL. BWk Tire circutzom or thi E& EVENING EDITION K THE WORLD EjSrc for the week ending Saturday, Feb 4. Wag vfm as follows t H Monday 80,560 mm Tuesday 80,720 Ktl Wednesday 82,920 Hj. Thtosdat 82,280 Eft Fmday 81,800 mm Saturday 81,820 Kj WAIT AND BEE. KfS, Senator Ino alls explains that be appointed WrM on the Special Committoo on the Pacific Tlail- WF.K' Toads men "who would not try to make Kfe political capital out of the matter." jffi The only political capital that could be Effi , made out of the matter lies in tho direction KjO' of a protection of the Government's inter- Km eB I" Senator Inoalls's remark to bo con- Rfii' Btrued as an indication that the capital to be Hsv taken care of is ...

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. — 6 February 1888

' "' ' ' ' w TETO WOULD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 0, 1888. "I9M JOINED FOR LIFE AT A DANCE. WEDDINGS AND RECEPTIONS IN CITI BALL ROOMS. I Friend, of the Eleventh U'nrd I-cnimo Crowd Webster Hall Three Newly fllntrd Con- . plr Ilrcelve the Cunsrntulnllnn nfTliilr I'rlentU Ilrlgbt Continue nt the Maimer Vrrrln Carnival Other llnlls. ' Tho annual ball of tho Elovcnth Ward ' IroagTio took plnco at Webster Hull last night. Muslo was furnishod by n doublo orchetdrn led by Lomlcln aud SaiiBo. ' Among tho prolty toilets noticed by The Evenino Would reporter word tho follow hit;: Miss Grace Moore, terru-cotu bilk, with Hick velvet trimmlriKS. ill; Kdlth Lewis, Gobelin green satin, with a lace vrst oi lavender satin. Miss Bertha Wntkc, blush pink satin, with pink dotted tulle ovcrdrcjt-; pink corsaije cut V elianed; fswn silk mousquetnlrt-H. Mrs. A. KrliCn, blucit, satin and Jet, Mrs. W. HosenbTg, black, Bitlln, veiled with black laca overdress. Mlu Anu'e Doutsctiman, wlilto s.illn, with a de...

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. — 6 February 1888

HHHHHHrlMK3Rt!7aiA?gn f" X' " THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENINGFTSBRUAltT 6, 1889. " IB L THE ATTENTION OF THE THEATRICAL PROFESSION, I SINGERS AND SPEAKERS mf IS PARTICULARLY CALLED TO WOO EXPECTORANT, Kt One bottlo of which Is warranted to euro an ordinary K, cough or cold or your money is returned. A pleasant, H& swilt and SURE CUKE for Coughs and Colds. & If taken as soon as you. feel that irritation or dryness mm. of the throat, occasioned by a cold, FOUR to SIX DOSES If WILL CURE. mM It won't euro a horriblo soro throat in one night, nor Bib In fact will it cure anything in that spaco of time. It takes mjsk, at least a day or so to cure a cold, but K " IT GETS THERE ALL THE SAME." PI It STOPS your COUGH almost AT ONCE, but should KB you stop taking it after frwo or threo doses probably your mm cough would return. One thing you can always bo sure mm of: LONG before you have emptied the bottlo you will bo Eff ' all O. K." Wm As a trial of this TRULY WONDERFUL modicino Hr. COSTS ...

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. — 6 February 1888

I i "wants i" "wants i" ! W- 1 SITUATIONS! W 1 I Houao, Room, Apartment, Board JOT ill 1 ffnTVHn (1twiifl:i ittWli i ItC!! ! S34854 S U I , I'RICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY (5, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. tl HEGELUN. i Going Well in the Lead at the Big Race. Cartwright, the Englishman, Falling Back. Alberta and Guerrero Struggling Hard Together, 'Vlnt and Derapsoy Come to Blows on the Track. Animated Hcenea In nnil About Mndlaon Kiiunre Onrdon at the Beginning of tbo HU-Day. Content Old Upon CnmpntM Ftnt on llio Truck The Men Htnrted In II File of Mix, Guerrero Leading In n 1 Trot Iloasland Keens Up a Ileel.nnd- J , Toe Wnlk JInrlo Juimen Htnnda on a Tnblo to Watch the Knee Hcr.rcra Strike for Hrenkfmt 1'iuao mid Oct Tlieni The Olen and Their Trainers Hrt-akfnatlnB on tlie Trnck nomliile Tilly Chasing the lenders Tbo Contestants nnd the Scores. TIIE SCOBE AT 1 P. II. Tho following was tho scoro at 1 o'clock . m. : llltel. lapt. UtUi Lap,. IleROlmnn... 81 Strokel 71 6 Oucrrcro. ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 February 1888

BBBMHBTflxRSjBB .-. " "- - ''"nf'T'T"''''''tt HRPo - THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 0, 1888. K THE WORLD. H' MONDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 6. Hif evjiscnjrTiojf to inr. r.rr.sixo Rwi EDITION (Intluiltng Pottage). K TER MONTH, 30c. f PER YEAR, $3. HO. PI Circulation Books and Press Room H OPEN TO ALL. K& Tnr Cikcdlation or tub m EVENING EDITION Kjk op K. THE WORLD Riff for tho week ending Snturdoy, Feb. 4. B,f was ns follows : K Monday 80,560 wk Tuesday 80,720 K Wednesday 82,920 ' Wm Thursday 82,280 wt Friday 81,800 Ww Saturday 81 ,820 HI, WAIT AND SEE. ? Senator Imoallh explains that ho appointed Kfflj on tho Special Committee on tho Pacific Hall- Hh roads men "who would not try to mako mJKi- political capital out of tho ninttcr." Bill Tho only politicnl capital thnt could bo Kg tnado out of tho ninttcr Hoh in tho direction Buff of n protection of tho Government'!) inter- fljlft csts. Is Hcuntor Inoam.s'h rcninrk to lio con. Mpi etmed as nn indication that tho capital to liu HS ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 February 1888

1 , " ' THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 0, 18S3. M I JOINED FOil LIFE AT A DANCE. I YEDD1NG8 ANDKECLT1I0NS IN CITY HALL I 1100)1 S. fm Trlenilnof tho Eleventh Wnril Lcnutio Crnvul Wetntti-r llnll Three Nevslr .llntctl t'nn. pirn Receive the tiniriiiiilnilmis t.rThelr I lrltiiiU Hrleht Costumes nt llio .llnlnzt-r I Verein Carnlvnl Oilier Itnlla. I Tho annual ball of tho Elovcnlh Wnnl M. Xcaeuo took place nt Webster llnll Inst night. H Music was furnishoJ by n iloublo orchestra led by Lcmlcln nml Snuse. Among tho pretty toilots noticed by The Evening Would reporter were tho following: Miss a new Moore, teria-cottti silk, w.lh Uic Velvet triinnilnx". Ml-s Killth Lewis, Uobcllu K(05.n natln.wllh a lace Vest ol lavender ntin. Miss Bertha rtiitKc, blush pink natln. with pink do'.tr il tulle ovcnlrcs ; nunc corcaxe cut V ehapeui fawn silk rauofitiiietaltca. Mr'. A. Frlsc.i, blue natln anil Jet. lire. V. Hosenln rtf, tiLics, sutln, veiled vvlth tiljik lacu overdress. ills Ann o DiMiUcMr...

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. — 6 February 1888

7' THE WOIlLD:TlONDAY EVENINGfFEBI?UAHY (I, 1888. " V If THE ATTENTION OF THE 1 THEATRICAL PROFESSION, i SINGERS SPEAKERS I IS PARTICULARLY CALLED TO mnn P YPPrTfl RANT . 11 111 Mi 0 JjiliiuIUillilu, Ono botllo of which is wnrrnntiMl to euro nn onlinary , cough or cold or your money is returned. A pleasant, j switt and SLUE Willi for Coughs and Colds. i If taken as soon as you leel that irritation or dryness of the throat, occasioned by u cold, F( UK to SIX DOSES "WILL CUKE. It won't cure a horrible sore throat in ono night, nor in fact will it cure anything in that space of time. Jt takes ul least a day or so to cure a cold, but " IT GETS THERE ALL THE SAME." It STOPS vour COUGH almost AT ONCE, but should you stop taking it after two or three doses probably your cough would return. One thing you can always be sure of: LONG beioro you have emptied tiie bottle yon will be " all O. K." As a trial of this TRULY WONDERFUL medicine COSTS NOTHING, and as i),r cases out of every UK) WILL 1...

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