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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 9 February 1888

I AnAl?verlisingt:on1Parison J::WWgzs: Weekly Circulation Gomparison.1 ' :M .1 Number or AdTtfc Printed I'cr nP . ! BW A irM iTM'7 IT JvfSnMI A. AiAll !k I Aerne Circulation l'er Week ll.rln , I'hS JJ Montr, dnrlnsf tho Year 1883 0,354 PfSl I ffM (TOW SL (ilWOH. IWft ( w8l - 15 ttlffl1 9 ftHl ' ,8 Mo,,,,," r 1HS: 235,433 01 ayeuaoh'numukr per month 1 I KG ' vU J 1 1 IMl iB'lRSfifi SlSlfiWlTffiffH iMl) v8D IvLr ILJiJLlJi 1 1 1 El . i aveuacji: circulation I nnrj nriT "HH 1 r,n, J,: .'.",. 01,13b ww1 BISmSHSlHiMll'ii wiw i ajffa-Kj.i.' 1,01)0,650 9 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YOUK, TnTRSDAY, PRimUARY 9, I&SR " ' PRICE. ONE CENT. Uss BJ ' jflBI Jf 101 TO RE RATIFIED NOW. H e L . DIB EXTRADITION TREATY WITH GREAT BRITAIN PRACTICALLY KILLED. Bj Jt Further Consideration In the Heantc fl Postponed Until December by n Voto of BJj 23 td 21 Text or llm Convenllnn ns Signed In lHSO-Hurnrlatt In Washington BJ Orer the Hciuito'a Action. jBJj Inrr.riAL to tiiic wobld.I AW WiMiNOTON. Icb. a The Hecate...

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. — 9 February 1888

Br T H E WORLD. Kpjbf Kdltor ul Proprietor, Joskttj FULIIUX. Kfl rtrnusnED kvmiy d at in tin year, at hos. Efjj SI AND 3i TAttK ROW. BpS TnuitaPAY, February 9, issa, K$ Kntendatthe Fost-Offle it Hew York u sMond-elaM Knj; mad matUr. Rg- TERMS-rOSTAOB FltKK. KS rr flit Dff Shim r OiinJa Dailt, en rar, Kw BCOOl DilLT, slimontba, 83.001 Dailt and Htm- M'M- IUT, on r"r, 87.501 Dailt AMD Bundat. in 96 soonthe. 83.75( Daily and Bctidat, od month. IsS OBc. t Buhdat. on. rr. 8 1 .50 1 Tits Skmi-Wzmlt i.jx Wobld. oiiiw, 82.00 Tna WiHllWomn, on. i'gK rr, 81.0O. ldb.nl oomrnluiona allowtd to CLUB Hip AoXJTTS. B.mpl. copies Mnt free. Wja -or England and th Contlntnt and all emintriiiin A kS1 fmaiml Vila I IXcm DAILT A1TD ROTIDAT, E, 4'70 Daiit onl'' 8 225 ' HfKDAT, 83.50. JriS? PTAddrru nil communication, whether 8 concerning Advertisement,, nrHubserlpllons, f5 lothefllnln Ofnce, 31 Park How. N. Y. City. THE YEARLY RECORD. Ink Total Number of Worlds Printed during 18S7, 83,389,828. Tugs' Averag...

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. — 9 February 1888

IBmum . . . . . I,flBH :GLAJ)ST0KE'SWEtC0MEflOME . ' GREETED BI AN IMMENSE CROWD ON HIS ARRIVAL IN LONDON. 'Ilia Yautly ImproYrrl Apprnrnnee find Hcnlth H An Incredible An.ertlon ihnt He IIiu mt Actanlly Ilecotnn l'nt Prrsldrnt Jrr B field'. 'ldow Among the Crowd to Wlt V nm nil Hotne-ComliiB ArrlTal of llio Irian BIcmberi In Town. I Voprrlill, 1838, It TTU lYtt. rlHttg Omptni IfTr rork World). sncnai, cabu DuriToa to tot wobld. H London, Feb. 8. Mr. aindsione got rousing jS welcome home to-night. Tod ttiouiand men and fjl 'women crowded tbo Strand and blocked trio ap- I proacb.es ol trie Charing Cross Hallway station to 1 greet blm. Thero would tiave been 100,000 preaent a U the Liberal leaden bad Riven any publicity con- I tcrnlng tbo tlmo at vrnloh the flrand Old Man was I txpected. It waa a truly apontancom and popular '1 deception accorded to the " People's Vllilam." I The democrullo appearance of the crowd recalled I In forcible contrast tho prlmrosc-dckcd gathering I of arlit...

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. — 9 February 1888

K l WHERE CAN "WANT" ADV'TS I THE WORLD B BE LEFT?" mr, unrJ;ATi!i quiiitYi i 1 68 BRANCiToFnCES" HfSr NRW YOJtK. 1207 nromilimrl niMIOK. WtW ?'Nj 32:i VHKhlnalnii -l.l JUItNllV CITY, KR AO Montgomery l. 1 II Altl.i: II. 237 i.iut B llfllh at. 1 tYAMlllMlTtlN.IIIO l-llliel. Hw l.ONIloN OI'l'lCi:, llli CocUspur at., Tra- Kf laJgurHquure. H AUTHORIZED OFFICES K$ Fortlae Krnptlnn nf Advertisements at Ibe H$ Umulnr Advertising; Itiitesi wtA ni:vv voitu i'itv. ft'. nirrrkrrMri-ot, Ull. Jl.KMiYCITY. M? Jrnln, 1130, 1238 .ju,,,,,,,,,, ,r,,,' 31 Drftbrueit turret, Ktli iip. Ddfimnr I tfh Jlaot elevated .l.i..t." 00 1 (!."'." 'llVlK nVm.V.lr..( ii,, i.), 0O7 nnil 2:110. SB "Ilf i,.,J?33 cor" "' "eimr, r7N, SOU, VflJT.ZLZl' sin l21onnd i:il5o. W i.Vo-iV.-15:. ., lOlhiiyrnue, 1028. SAYBUC' ,3!:3 "1S!I".trfe"t,;n70H.t ABf luOO.lOJlmidllO. ,4.,,, ,,,.,., alla w'll- X lUMVrniie. 3ft nnooKi.vN. I hoiiokbn.n.j. iMt Wnahlwrlnn street, ig Allnntlr avenue. 000 I Oil. E Ilrnnitwiu. 200. .... ,., , --. ...

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. — 9 February 1888

I PAdvfirtisin6 Comparisonl ., J11t8ic Weekly Circulation Comparison. I M I BORIHG THE YEAR 1887 O.bIJO JUP N" EWiPlBlMr K W K 0 E SllplN ' M ' Kll l lVI ' NtVwSt"1 " l BD3 B50 9 I PRICE ONE CENT, NEW YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1888. " PRICE ONE CENT. II BROKEN. o I 'Albort Smashes the Eecord Allrto Splinters. RowelTstf'Fast Time Eclipsed bpthe Quaker. Tho Beat Seventy-Ninth Hour Soorcv Paused at 7 A. M, To-Day. I Now tho Leader Is Going fop the 610 .Milo Record. Th Cheerful Roflhlo Poetinan Still TToMIdk Second Place, with Herty nnd Guerrero Chasing Illm Homes Weston Take III Datilo to tba Track and Jotrs Aronnd to Bnconraae Herty Albert Take tbe Instrument and Sets Ilia Fast Puce to BIiulo Flacky Lluln Hart Going- Nearly All Night Parson Tilly Hobbling Alone at the Kate of THvo JUilea an Hour He Is Doing to Ltauro on PedestrlanUm Sullivan, the Glaost, Hires Himself ns n AdTertlaemertt for 810. ' THE SCORE AT 10 A. BI. Record (Llttlevood)...308 miles, jro. Miles, zaps. Albort 401 ...

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. — 9 February 1888

ppPW - -' Tim world- 'THuSrNiEBRMy "mmmw&wmm ymm$f0mfcw$ m THE WORLD. K THURSDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 9. Kk BVltBCnjTTJ V TO ITTU KTEKINO Ht& JCVITIO (Including rottage)'. KL PJTJ MONTU, SOc.f PER YKAIt, $3.50. R: I Circulation Books and Press Room ET OPEN TO ALL. Ktft TnF. CincnLATiOH or Tint mt EVENING EDITION $ THE WORLD Kt for the week ending Snttirtlny, Fcbt 4. Etc; l wr ns follows : B Monday 80,560 Wjfc Tuesday 80,720 mm Wednesday 82 920 Hp Thursday 82,280 RjL Fbiday 81,800 By Saturday 81,820 K rOEOINO THE DEBT PAYMENT. BaL' Tho Ways nnd Mcnns Commlttco of tho Ejfj' Houso is said to hovo agreed to report a bill WJtii authorizing tho Socrotory to purclinso bonds K at his discretion with any surplttB iu tho Kt .Treasury. Eft This may bo a wlso precnutlon against a K$ financial panic caused by a lack of curroncy. KiH But it is not what tho Democratic party is in HflL power for. Kp; It will bo timo enough to pay the debt as it B)f' matures. Tho Kinlvinp fund will tnlto caro o...

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. — 9 February 1888

W?pW f THE; WORLD THURSDAY EYEING, FEBItUARV 9; 1888. '3 JM I OTJTFORANEVENHGDAHCRT A SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT GIYEN BI ADAM GOBS POST, 0. A. R. .UadUi Who Slade Merry In Arlington Ilnlt I and the Dresses They Wore Many Cnlr I daalans la Costume nt Tn,mmnny Unit Stationary Knalnoeraj Who Wore Trry H Lively Fun with a Cbowder Club. Arlington Hall last night presented n M pretty sight during tho ball of Adam Gobs fl tost, of tbj Grand Army of tbo Republic Jl Following aro somo of tbo costumes noted i iS Mrs. C. Dovrus, black satin and Jet. K Miss Annie Brown, black sum and Jet, with pink B twirlcb tipi bouquet and pink silk trimming. Mlu Mamie Netnercoto, hluata-plnk satin, wltaa blgn corsage, trimmed with white Jet, Mlsi Nellie Ilawkes, black satin and Jet. M is Annie llawkcs, black aatln and Jet; corsage I bonquet, H Misi Kato Wbalcn, navy bine aatln, veiled In lace; coriaKe bouquet. 11 Ua Annie Keeloy. black iatln, with a hlfrh cor I Mce trimmed with bronze Jet; tuhllerof lace. H M...

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. — 9 February 1888

Hp4 THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY !, 1898. " " ' -?11 " - 1 P ("WHERE CAN "WANT" ADV'TS K THE WORLD K BE LEFT?" I 1 68 BRANCH OFFICES HE! .KKWyoUK. 1207 nrondirnTI .IIROOK. Efr l-Y.N. !l:i YnahIuaion .1.1 JlCltSHY CITY, MW&i. P Moniarnm.ry at. t II Altl.ll.tl, tftlT I'tiet LawK IfOlil l.l WAHlllNMTO.N.IIIU Utltat. B' 'I'llNltoN Oll'IClJ, illf O.cUepur .t., Trn. Rfii laUsrur Square. Kt AUTHORIZED OFFICES LlK flr ,llC "c"Ptlon of Advertisement, at (lie Ks." K.giilnr Ailvrrllsliic; Hitlesi rfv, NKW YUUK 'ITY. EvC nirrrbcrmrreit 34-1. ; JI.KMliYCITY. sawaSfi? ' i!SweirJr' 34,.'... ....... Ne'vuru iivrjimr, 003. sawaViT rHM.A.h.t nt - noiiiIi jtli u veil ire, 18. MMW lf!"( 'lovalod tu. .., ,H (llejlP j,,,,,, LawEtt ,JT2?iiiiIKJi a3(eor"' "vdiiiio, rtis, sao, B$ s8AY,,"e ,3Sa "' ai"ir"t,'3i(yvrlit Mil nS'AJ. ssrv. t Hill, street, ailBl'n.t. .W iiiZS'nwi JirfiVi'ji' lvfOlli.trool, IHO Hint HgL loU3.10.Mnnd J 110. ....-m, -ireel ultd Wll- HfaV lUnTriiiitt. $ IlKUUItl.YN. IIOHOIt...

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. — 9 February 1888

MSWMWWMIIIBlBrvBIIIIW 1 An Advertising Comparison rfe. ' Weekly Circulation ComparisBn.1, s -H Averusie Number of Advts. Printed Per n firs &8B0Xm m. a TT& AW Ji?ttr THTit &T&rXlM J. sV sh iW l5!. ATrr"" Clrenlmlon Tcr Week During fjjjM B Month during the Yeiir 1883 0,0 54 fKST I fl ffKm ifrWnnifWwr rf (. wL J I llfliYl 1 .Tri l Moiuh. or 1883 235,433 &fl jB' ATEnAaENCMnEnpnu month El IRQ ! (iO I, i 1 1 IMC l1lvMwn iO lMl) VflL VvL' J 1 JUL IJuL If ii AynitAon ciiiciji.ation I Ann nrn - $ iffi .DUIIINO THIS YEAIt 1887 UsglUUj Ngjy f JOHlP ilMllNOll lll) EMivll W I ' M lull XNXjT "SjJK T S)TSI y MONTHS (IP 1887 .7 lljUUU-UjU 'Wk H PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 9 ILASTEffll. B in - . (BROKEN. Albert Smashes the Eecord All to Splinters. 'I littlewood's Time Eclipsed by the Quaker. I He iB Ahead of the Best Eighty-sixth I Hoar Score at 2 F. M. 1 I - Now the Leader Is Going for the I 610 Mile Record. B Tbe Cheerful nntTalo Postm...

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. — 9 February 1888

MPFa ''"""' THE WORLD: fHDRSDAY EVENING, PEBRDARY 9, 1888. !'! - '' 'J m THE WO ELD. H THURSDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 9, Hv$ BVXtaCBTFTJOlf TO TUB ETXlflNO Hp EDITION (Including Pottage). R PER MONTH, 30c; JPEIt YKAIt, $3.60. J"1 i i ii i Hf Circulation Books and Press Room K OPEN TO ALL. Hy Tnic CinccLiTiON or tdi m EVENING EDITION 19 THE WORLD RS for tlio week ending Snturdny, Feb. 4. K, was as follows : B&; , Monday 80,560 El; Tuesday 80,720 Mm "Wednesday 82,920 Wg& Thursday 82,280 H Friday 81,800 Eg. Saturday 81,820 Hg& rOEOINO THE DEBT PAYMENT. K& The Ways ond Menus Committee of tlio HSR, House is said to hovo agreed to report n bill KX , authorizing the Secretory to pnrchoso bonds BSfr- nt kls discretion with ony surplus in the K Treasury. Hg This may bo a wiso precaution against a Hjr financinl panto caused by a lack of currency. Km But it is not what tlio Democratic party is in HT power for. BpEL It will bo tlnio enough to pay the debt as it Bft& matures. The...

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. — 9 February 1888

jylllP4lfllWU EVENINg; FEBRUAKY 9; 1888: ' Plw?B 1'iotT FOR AN EVENING DANCE, ; A SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT GITENBI m ADAH G0B3 POST, G. ,4. B. H Xa,4Us Who Mud Merry In Arlington JTiUI H , nnd the P.rniei Thry Wore .Mirny Cnlr- danism In Costume at Tammany Hall H Stationary Jinalneera Wlio Were Very I IjItcIj Fnn with a Cliovrder Club. Arlington Hall last night presented n I pretty tight during the ball of Adam Qoss Fort, of tho Grand Army of the llopubllo. M Following aro somo of tho costumes noted i Q Mrs. C. Downs, black satin and Jet. s Mis Annie Brown, buck satin and Jet, wltnplnk ostrich tipa bonqnet and pink allk trimmings. Mis Mamie Nethercote, btuah-plnic satin, vita a t.ti. itlmniBil with whll, 1n, JJUn Nellie ilawkes, black satin and Jet. M h Annie Hawkes, black satin and Jet; corsage bonqnet. Miss Kate Wnalen, navy bine satin, Yelled In lac; corsage bouquet. MUs Annie Keeley. black satin, with a hlgn cor sage trimmed wlih bronze Jot; tuhllrr or lace. Mis Mamie Wltte, whi...

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. — 9 February 1888

mWlf r THE WORLD. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBttttARY 9, l&Jfc. I 'TWAS A WOMAN. AM; J&. What Caused tho Downfall of Law- jfl yer Orowloy. St? H His Lovo for a Protty Boston iff Brunette Comes to Light. 'ffl. Mr. Cnirert VTni Her Nnmo nnI tlie Ho- ,S- Ionian LnTlalird Moneyed on Ilrr When fM. Bin. Crowley W Airnr Her llnebund 5' and the " Widow" Would TrnTelOW- ;WI IPC a. Hachmnn n 8100 IIIII Shndowed Jpjt; by n DeteellT lluylnn nnd Fnrnlelilne: n. ml. Home Tlie Good Tropic of Quaint Old sfe: noxbury nre Greatly Hhocked ToDny. R rrrrctAt. to- mr wnntn. I SE! Boston, Feb. 9. Tho pcoplo in n cortnln jwfr, part of the Highland district ixronot much me' Inclined to 6ioak hlKhly of Mr. John 0. & Crowlor, tho defaultinc lawyor. His past tSjk Ufa and portion of his history has been do- $&" Telopod, which may show that tliero is no ,?K. mystery as to whore tho inonny lias gone Wfa " Thero is n woman in the case." Mf Bo far as facts po in n cortain direction tikt, they ttnd to show ...

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. — 9 February 1888

I An Advertising Comparison :fWs5kL j Weekly Circulation Gomparisoinl 11 U ATBRAaKNUBinnurnuniONTH El ICP I ISLr J J A 19 IIk IMr (liSln VLj lLr J Il liiJ 1 J A III. I JAvnitAon cihcui.ation I Otn Qrft M PRICE OrjE CENT. NEW YORK, TIHJRSDAY,' FEBRUARY 9, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 'X EXTRA p . I. i .. ... . .. ... .. . . GAINING. Albert Eunning Well Ahead of the Record. Pe Probably Will Top Fitz gerald's Big Score. Jiittlewood's Fast Time Eolipaed by the Quaker TIub Morning. Jlrs. Albert Cries for Joy at Her Husband's Good Work. BTi Cheerful HufTalo Postmnn Still Holding I Second Place, with lierty nnd Guerrero Chasing lllm lloraco Weston Takes Ills Danlo to the Trnck nnd Jogs Aronnd to Eccournno Herty Albert Takes the 1 Inatrument nnd Beta Mil Fnst Fnce to Bluale Plncky Utile Ilnrt Golnsj Nearly J All NIht-Pareon Tlllr Hobbling Alone I' nt the Unto of Two Miles nn Honr He la Going; to Lecture on Pcdcistrlnnlsin Sullivan, the Ghost, Hires Himself na An Advertisement for 810. THE SCORE AT...

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. — 9 February 1888

m THE WORLD. WlM THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9. HEM' Hpf grmsoitXTTZox to xim jsyxxixo Hj6l EDITION (Including rottage). Kegf PBBMONTn, soc.f rsn teah, $3.50. pf Circulation Books and Press Room W& OPEN TO ALL. Bra Tnjc Circulation or mi El EVENING EDITION Em or Iff THE WORLD Ht' for the woek ending Saturday, Feb. 4. KKffiv was as follows : p Monday 80,560 life Tuesday 80,720 1 Wednesday 82,920 WM Thubsday 82,280 IW Friday 81,800 IJI Saturday 81,820 WE t g FOEOING THE DEBT PAYMENT. J$& ' The Ways nnd Monns Committee of the Wfo House is said to have agreed to report a bill wf authorizing tho Socrotary to purchase bonds $L at his discretion with any surplus in tho ;S '.Treasury. JR. This may be a wise precaution against a !!&j financial panio caused by a laok of currency. Wf. 'But it is not what the Domocratlo party is in afc power for. WT It will be timo enough to pay the debt as it Mfe' matures. Tho sinking fund will take care of $Mt it. It is wrong to tax this generation...

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. — 9 February 1888

- "- , .jOTWTOTOBir&l . a ' OUT FOR AN EVRNING DANCE. ASDC0E8SFUU ENTERTAINMENT GIVEN BT ADAM GOSS TOST, G. A. R. LadUi Who Made Merry In Arlington ITnll and Ibe l)renti They Wore .llnny Cnle. rinnlan tn Costume nt Tummnny Hall 8te.llnnp.rr Knslneem Who Were Very IilTely Fun with n Chowder Club. Arlington Hall la.t eight presented n protty sight during the hall of Adnm Gobs Post, of the Grand Army of tho lleuublla. Following nro eouio of tho costumes noted s Sirs. C. Dawns, black satin and Jet. Miss Annie Brown, blaok satin and Jet, wltD pink Oftrtcn tip UoDiuet nod pink slllc trimmings. Jll Maune Nethercote, blusti-plnic satlu, with a high corsage, irlmmed with whirl Jtt. Mill Nellie llankts, black Hatln atul Jet. MsiAtinlo Hawkcs, black satin and Jet: conate "boon, net. Mm Kate Whalen, navy blue tatln, relied In lace; conace bouquet. Jll.s Annie Keelcy, black tatln, with a hlRh cor sage trimmed wnh uronzejc'j iutllt-r of luce. Miss Mamie Wltto, while nailn and lace, with a gar...

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. — 9 February 1888

m , THE WOnLDt THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 0, 1886. W I 'TWAS A WOMAN. mm What Caused the Downfall of Law- p yr Orowley, , pis Love for a Pretty Boston (Mr Brunette ComoB to Light. tMy JWr. Calvert Wi Iter Name nnd the Hoi. JjES Ionian LnTl.hril moneyed on Her When SyR Mr.. Crowley Wu Array Her Husband jM? unit the "Widow" Wonld TraTel-OlT- Sf Inar n IUekmnn n 8100 Hill Slindowed 2 byn IJetectlTe llnylnc nnd Fimilshlnar a JY Home The Rood I'eople of Qunlnt Old JL Itoxburr ore tlrcnlly Shocked To.Dny. Sf ' rsrrciAj. to ni would. I wh- Boston, Feb. 9. Tho people in n certain ,W part of the Highland district are not much faF' inollned to Bpoak highly of Mr. John 0. 3$ Orowlev, tho defaulting lawyor. His past mU life audn portion of his history has been do. 3b 7elopcil, which may show that tlicro is no yc jnystory as to wlioro tho monoy has gone. " There is n woman in tho case." IK' So for as facts po in a cortain direction Wf they tend to show that suoh was at least tho W.' partial caus...

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. — 10 February 1888

hf"JiHHHT"HaH,MW"JHlTMf"rffff r r'" ' "WF'ilPIP'1 " ' '" ' pw"W"'riKSiiit I Tr ffe REAL ESTAmj m j During tho YJ THE WOBLD j JM II VNS tto T7b87 MBW) 'j I "Vgo'oTm.TTH W I HBffi lili OrainOiM' Kill S'V'1 j EEAL ESTATE ADVERTISEMENTa I flj I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. ( 'IfM 3 O'CLOCK STILL AT IT 1 Albert Hanging to the Record 1 Like Grim Death. 1 A Long Rest Keeps Him I Back for a Time. I Then He Goes On Again and GainB I on the Eecord Steadily. Herty Does Some Fast Work and H Gets Second Place. M Albert Went Into tbe Itnce Merely to En- H courage III Friend Moore, Whoie Jix. m penses He I Pnvlng When Moore Ilroke H Down Ho Himself Had to Tnks Up the H Fight Most of the Men Keeping the H Track by Sheer Farce of Wlll-Tlio Ans. HJ trlan Sticking to I: Doggedly Stout, the B Arab, Walking Merely to Win Three Dels Manager Hall Finer the 81.000 H Prize In tbe Hands at Referee Donohue H Tint Returna to the Track After n. Iong flj Rest, to Beat the ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 10 February 1888

.aHWHPIBHBWiPPIlll!eW TIE WORliD. H' FRIDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 10. K axmsanxFxioy to inr. ktexxso Bit JtDZt'lOir (Including Postage). Hp rJJ MONTH, 30c,' FEIl TEAR, $3.B0. IH$r j . .. .. ..'.. i. '---' Hj' Circulation Books and Press Room HI" OPEN TO ALU B TDK CIKCCLATIOK OF Till Wm EVENING EDITION EKf' or Ik the world KB for tho week ending Saturday, Fob 4. EK' was as follows : H Monday 80,560 Mm Tuesday 80,720 Ik Wednesday 82920 mm Thursday 82,280 Kfir Friday 81,800 MM' Saturday 81 .820 E TO THE FOIHT. Mpi Secretary Vint talked to tho point in his Kk! Bpoech at tho Tiltjen dinner last night. HHk Ho does not belong to tho tribo of Old M& Democrats Afraid of Their Principles. He BW spoko plainly for tariff reform and civil- Kffr service reform, not in roundabout genornl- Em Ities that might mean anything or nothing, Kf but straight to the point. Bif If the Democratlo party is not bore to re- BKu dnce tho needless war taxes on tho necessities Hki of tho peoplo, what is it hero for...

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. — 10 February 1888

WrnitQKGg'OFMERRY-MAKKRS: H ;W ELEVATED RAILROAD MBS BTEP L1VELI H WITH PRLTT1' PARTNERS. H Benevolence nnd Pleasure Combined Ilnnd. H name DrfMti Described Ilrlctly (lll.a M l'o.t'. nail I'lll. Tontnnla An.cmbly H ltoom Four Hi Aronna Itnllrnnit Men fl Dancing An Apron nnd Nrcktlo Unnce. The second nnnual ball of the Trnlnraon's I JUHof Association of ttio Manhattan Ilallwoy I Company was given last night at Webster I Hall. Trof. Lout anil IiIr orchestra furnished I the music. Thoso in chargo of tho arrange. I rncnts wire": fj Thomas J. Wright. President; itobert r. lliirt- on. Vloe-1'realdcnt; llarvej it , Chalmers, He- cording Becrctarj; Jamca S. Wines, financial m becretarr; Ueorge C. Hoffman, 'treasurer: T. J. Clement, Serfresnt-at.Armi. HoorManjger, Jonn: J. Lynch; AnlBtants, Jonn A. LoKau and Edward Katzenbcrg. Floor Com mlltce Ttlonias" Wheeler, Cnalrmati; A. II. Mad. oeo, W. A. Aldrlch, It. J. Lyons, II, Downea, 1). Graham, 11. I.lajauer, J. J. llrsdy, T. Sllyi, II. Kotnact...

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. — 10 February 1888

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