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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 February 1888

; , s....-rrrrr.".-rrr, .-.vvr , ' -ZT Iff "" I I ; J f: During tho Year 1887 THE WORLD S .-. Zj2Sol WpffC. r . . - vr S IT- T"'""' mLrrJl ' I : Published : iW 'Tr ft 5rS SNFI V W nR THE WORLD : jj I 2 AiivKRTwnsiKNTH. N"" ?JP NST )MilflK ( ,lvHH)l xs S2 V S V V : EEAL ESTATE ADVERTISEMENT& J 'I PRICE ONE CENT. 1E YORK, SA'.TUDAY, FKIIHUAUY II, 1888. PRICE ONE CENtT" 1 1 LAST EDill i HE HAS IT. The Quaker Can Do What He Likes with the Record Now. !It Will Be Champion Albert at 10 o'Clock To-Night. Fitzgerald's Famous Score to Be Beaten by Two Miles. i Jlerty and Guerrero Working Hard for Second Place. fan Men T.lkaly to be In Rt the Divide Albert Will Get About 85,400 HI. Shire ir He HrenU tbe Record He Will Not Roll Up a. Big Scorn, a. He Doe. Not Wl.li to Destroy Interest In Future Contest. A Veritable Koinnliee or tlioj Track, Showing How Albert Won a Wife Little Hart Reeenu Delng Called LtiBT by ?Ieu Who Never Tackled Much i a Job Dillon Hope, to be In at the Di vide Gho.t S...

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. — 11 February 1888

2 TITE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1!, 1888. I THE WORLD. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1 1. W la nvnscnzrTJOx to inn r.rr.sixa m liniTJOX (Intituling 1'ottaut). 1 PEJIMOXTU, 30c. ; 1'Kll YEAH, $.t.BO. i - ' ) ; i Circulation Books and Press Room i f. OPEN TO ALL. .; l The CinctJLATios- or the i , ! EVENING EDITION ' THE WORLD '. r for tho week ending Saturday, Feb. 4. nb. was as follows : , Monday 80,560 ' Tuesday 80,720, J- , "Wednesday 82 920 ,' ! Thursday 82,280 I . Fbiday 81,800 TL Saturday 81,820, -1 W ' WHAT TRU8T8 ARE TOR. 'ME Tho Vice-President of tbo I'alut, Oil nml ,ffii Yamlsh Club contends ttint " ft proper Trust iSL Rives tho uiaximuin iu perfection of produc- -m tlou at tho minimum of cost." W If this ho bo, then tho " proper Trust " Wfc Jias not yet been evolved. 9 The first thing that tho ordinary Trust W- floes is to iuflato iti aggregated capital lu ft, several times its real Miluo and divido tbo " watered certificates among tho members as jj the basis of divid...

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. — 11 February 1888

1 m I " TIIE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENTNG, FERRTrAHY 11; 1888. 3 ' J SHIPPING LIVELY MEASURES. a COLUMBIA YACUTML'X ENJOY AX EVENING I OP DAXC1NU H JTeopIo Who Mn.de Illerrr nt tba Lexington H Avenue Operiflloute Mnreflelil Uunrd Enlertalua llic Ladles Homo Horlnl M Coniinilrtiiiia Solved .Nona mid DaiiRlitrra H el Ualwnr litis o a Hull Ulevntor (.'nu ll clitutar Oir Duly. Wt 'Tho LrtiiiRton Avcnito Opera-IIousc was i never more pally decorated this scribou ttinn ii was Inst nisjht. when the Columbia Yacht fllub navo its annual Imll. On tho Flour Coramittoo were the follow iuc gcntlumou : Coiumodiro William .1. Orcaccu. Vico-tommo- ( dorc Charles II, Kuutiol, George- l'arkhill, Alucit L Kvnrelt, e.tmrlea llictz, A. l'oirler llore, Ntll- ln.i W. (truhaiii, Vratik .M. Collier, Marsha,! CUrKe, Georce W. Thomson, Mortimer (!. Delano, Willi mi 11, Sterne, Oscar NicdenstelD, lleury 1 Boiivriirr. V I Tlio follow ins costumes w ci c noted : Jf JIr. IsMiclliuir-eii, lilack satlu, with lace over d...

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. — 11 February 1888

BBBHHBBTCnf?'nli. 1 1 a... ipdbUaVflHMir" f f VM,iBaiSTTiaaBiissijWT flH Hf Bf - 1 Km'" " TIIE WORLD; SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11188S. I H'f . I Z '.EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW. I HI HOW WEAK AND NWfll'S WOMEN'; H; f' GAX KEGAhV STRENGTH. K K latter from Our Correspondent, Hl! m Ada Wallace, Ex-Champion K V Female Pedestrian. Kf P flound Advice to SulTercrs from Ncrv- HK U ous Weakness and Debility fi Tm TTftAk, aerroai and delicate women will be deeply In. Kri j tereated in the follow in f letter from Mhw Ada Wallace. HVj& B, tbe world-fAraooi athlete and ei-cbtrnplon female B? pedestrian, who made a roordnf34G mile in Maditon K- 1 6qsan Cardan. Sht It mLneatlj tilted to Ull woman K j wwtorecn lost baalth and atreoftti: KV j American woman, "abe writea, "are prone to re- Rt i taaln Indoor all they powilbly can and if they ara com Hf". 1 palled to to oat Iney ride tnitaid of walk. Women Eh J pbould nnderetand that If they drir .rood bealth they Ev, 5 nott help nature by taking bod...

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. — 11 February 1888

1 BUSINESS CHANGES. : -S5tt? : REAL ESTATE I lH I .....'.""T.8:.... I . 5 N N RlHffi xrSr nt vvi . REAL ESTATE ADVERTISEMENTa I f I TRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY II, 1888. PRICE ONE CEWT. 4 1 I EXTRA ' HE HAS IT. The Quaker Can Do What He Likes with the Eecord Now, i It WU1 Be Champion Albert 1 at 10 oTlock To-Night. 1 Fitzgerald's Famous Score to Be Beaten by Two Miles. 1 Herty and Guerrero Working Hard for Second Place. $evcn Men Likely to be In nt the Divide Albert Will Oet About 83,100 n Ilia fibnre If He llreaka tbe llecord He Will Not noil Up a Ills Score, aa He Doe Not Wlah to Destroy Interest In Future Contests A Veritable Itomance or tbe Track, Showing- How Albert Won a Wlfo Iitttle H" Ileaenta Helng Called Zinzy by Men Who Never Tackled ttnch a Job Dillon Hopea to be In at the 1)1 ylde Ghost Bulllvan Struggling Only for , Kepa.te.tlon In Bangor, Where He la Sadly Unappreciated Stoat a Good - ettayer In Bed. THE SCORE! AT 4 P. M. XZ0Or4 Fltzaorold)..504 mil o...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 February 1888

H kmD 2 TITE WORLD: SATUKDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1!, 1888. mW- THE WORLD. B:y uB& KV Bi? SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1 1. E- .gBr.- svnscnirxiox to inn r.rr.sisa K) IH EDITION (IntUitltng VoMage). Kf jHfo TEIl MONTH, 30c.s TEU YCAlt, fft3.H0. Ht B circulation Books and Press Room K K OPEN TO ALL. Hp. H'j) Tnn Cnxf latios of Tiir ' EVENING EDITION aV Ik'' R THE WORLD Hr rK for tho weuk ending Snttirduy, Feb. 4. t'. - was ns follows : Hi Hi Monday 80,560 VtK,1' Tuesday 80,720 .H" W Wednesday 82,920 F W TnunsDAY 82,280, H m FmDAY 81,800 H- -li Saturday 81,820 K-' .K.' , J K? R WHAT TEU8T8 ABE TOE. Hr iSv'- Th9 Vico-Prcsiclcnt of the Faint, Oil nnd H imfjl Varnish Club contends that " n propor Trust eav ill Rives the maximum in perfection of produc- liiflU IBs "on tt m'n'muta ' cost." eH ti" u's D0 so' tncn "10 " Prper Trust " Ht. I By1 lias not yet faoen evolved. B-' j If The first thing that tho ordinary Trust f . V . does Is to inflnto iU aggregated capital to PJH j several times it...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 February 1888

II 99"a9"a9"a9"a9"a9"9s.s9"a9"a9"a9"a9"a9"a9"a9"a9"a9"a9"a9"a9"a9" - . plBiAiBni mJT iirsyTTBPIBWTTirTrriTiirWrBB 19s9sH : THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 1888. 3 !IH TRIPPIiNG LIVELY MEASURES. COLUMBIA TACHTMKN ENJOI AN ETENINQ - . OP DANCINH. W Frople Who Misile Merry nt the r.rxlncton j Avenne Oprra-lloiLc Knrefleld Ounril Ulilerlnlna Ibe I.aullre Homo riurlal I Conundrums Molrrd Nun nnd I)nnlitrr ol Unlmiy Hnvo a Hull Elevntor Con. durtors Oil" Daly. Tho Lexington Avenue Opera-IIouso was nevor more gaily itccorntod this season than it was Inst uleht, when tho Columbia Yacht r ClubgnVo its nnntiol ball, an tho Floor Coiumittoo wore tho following gcntlotncn : Coinmodoro William J. Greaccn. Vlcc-Comrao- 1 dnre diaries II. Kmibel, Oeorgo l'arunll, Albctt M. Kvarott, Charles I) em, A. Fnwlor (lore,. Will- j lain W. (Ir.itiam, Frank .M. Collier, Marshall Clarke. George is. Tnonison, Mortlrtnr ('. DHauo, William II. stone, Oscar NltdcuslclD, Henry . , Bcnwarz. I Tho following...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 February 1888

BK' m TnE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 111888. '"" KB JeVEET WOMAN SHOULD KNOW. K W im WEAK AND NERVOUS WOMEN 11 CAN REGAIN STRENGTH. Tetter from Our Correspondent, K Ik Ada Wallace, Ex-Champion K m Female Pedestrian. Hp $9bs4 Advice to SiifTbrors from Ncrr- B ' ous "Wcolcnoss nnd Dcbliity. Hm (HRl . errom ud delloat. women till N deeply In. , K fswetad la the follomna: letter tram Mlu Ada Wallace, Br lBf h orld-(unooi stbleW and ez-chernplon female Lwf ieaaMf p3titnui, who made a record of 340 mile In Madison ff Br-. P4W Garden. Sht la .mlnently tilled to tell women Hp Brf powiorejain lost health and atrencth: awW 9W "An.erloenwomen,"eh writes, "are prone to ra- Hi' Sf f&tla Indoor, all they possibly can, and l( they are com jflfrT palled to go oat they ride Instead o( walk. Women W M? abonld understand that It the desire aood health tb.y mff (it ttmst help nature by takin bodily enrclte, at flnt mod em! taaasWf ratal, gradually Incieaslnc aocordlnc to lncresaa ft? less pt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

1 ALL RECPiBS BROKEN. !j -f i- if!fIHl JI(W!..! 'jM m WORLDS Printed Yesterday. I V W' )iMAiaiyilWH ' lEHll ('llpil 5V W Nj SJT -' j Yesterday's" Circulation. I U PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YOItK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1888. PRICH ONR CISN'fT"" J H H ! I .- J ANOTIIEli MURDER MYSTERY. I GEORGE W. GLTJ1RIE, OP MAR1SSA, ILL., WT KILLED BY IlUlidhAUS. XT The TrnRcily In Koine of Im IYnliiros He. 4n neintilcn tliu Assns-diiiitlniin ul Aflllioimlrc 7 Nnrll, nT Clilrnuo, nml I. mini S. WerU, J of llrooUlyii-Clutlirlc mix Klllril Wlillu Sills I'll in 1 1. v With nt Church Yt-Mcrilns. , IrrrriAt to inr wnm.ri. St. Louis, Fell. 1H.--A torrililo mid scnn- tionul tragedy, resembling in some of its ' features uf mystery tliu recent ussnssinutions j of Milliouairo Suell, of Chicago, and Lyman 8. 'Weeks, of Brooklyn, was enacted nt tliu " j", litllo town of JIuri'sa, 111., yesterday, the "A , "victim being (ieorge AV. Guthrie, one of the I wealthiest men nnd bout-known citizens of il tlie southwestern pu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

K IPW?rWW1' ,,,-wpr "" T TIIE WORLD: MONDAY HVEN imTfflff nyARfJfOiTOTfff r -w' "FmW . I ,l,.i f'U 11 & THE WORLD. LHl' V HUT ' rMly flu rrvA( a. Hv Bf MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13. mi: v.' ssBa sBT MD1TJOX (Including 1'ontage), mmw ' JE'- rji? MNTn 30c,f rF-n YEAn 93.B0. H Wi Circulation Books and Press Room mAW IB OPEN TO ALL. H- Ht!; Tiib circulation: or tub K- K EVENING EDITION H K THE WORLD B H? fortho week ending Snturdny, Feb. 11. H, -'"'i Wna ns follows s K W. Monday I I 4,540 mi SK' Tuesday 110,100 R Sp Wednesday f 04,360 HBP ' w TnunsDAY 04,300 - IB' Friday 100,680 Bv K- Saturday 112,1 20 LH M- : ' iK VERIFIED DEDU0TI0N8. ssV'' iKl 0n no morn'nK nftcr "10 ltvst election Tins iH"'' Bif World said : iHH.I Wre Tho result of the election In this Utits settles BT 'U's, tbreo points as thoroughly as any political event H ". ('; can be settled In advance: ssHrf 'B?' President Cleveland wlll.be renominated by his ssB4 ifli Mr. Blaine will not bo renominated by the Ite- LHB isff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

I YODNG FOLKS MAKE MERRY. JIEJ1BER8 OP THE BUDEX BENEVOLENT BO- 1 CIETY ON I'LEASUiiE BENT. ML An Ttnlcrlnlnmrnt nt Tnimnnnr Ilnll Pol. -.fw lowed by n ilnll Tlin Alellm Yottiijr .-licit' i' Hucletr nt Tcutanla Ilnll .Inrnb lUtisrli. j kolil's Friend Turn flitt Kntrrtnlncil liy I Ihe l.nillcs of Qnrcn Kstlicr (Society, , Tho members of tho Ruben Benovolo nt nntl J' Chnritablo Society had n plensant tliuo iu Tammany Hall last night. First nn enter tainment was Riven, in which J. Hocliinger, JT. Klucmnu, It. Tiseh, It. "Weil, A.'Fuclis, d u R. Bohni, Mrs. linger. Miss M. Mansfield, W Miss S. Hnnauor nnd Miss Rosa Kaufman dig. , W tinRtiishod themselves. ,1 Tho cntortaiumeut was followed by dan- I dug. J. KhiRUiou led tho grnuil inarch with 'I Miss Hanauer, who wni dressed in black ,it, satin, with jet ornaments and trimmings of jjT baby blue silk. 'Ihoy woro followod by Mr. aud Mrs. J. m HechiuRor. Other ladies noticed in tho J, march wero: Mg II m Htlene Mnnsflflil, Mrs. J. Urln.tr, ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

K:' .ww w jjgpr THE' WORLD: M0N1AY EVENING, FEBRUARY 15, 1898. ' m&W1111 'H II BLAINE WITHDRAWS! II' He Says His Name Will Not Be IK Presented at Chicago, Hf laWks'1 Hv Mws' P ' Seems an Emphatic Refu- m MP sal to Be a Candidate, K B At Least He Releases All His Friends to If Hf Make Terms Elsewhere. f fll Who Will Bo tho Republican Candi- v 'ill dato? Who tho Domocratlc? :m ' I' B- Mr. Elaine Tells Why He Is San- if ft u,ne 0i? ePuWian Success. I if' ?? BlV Particularly Dccnuso Mn Cleveland & ?$ Knlsctl tho Tarlir Issue. iff P )Ho& riTTSBDrn, J'a., Tcb. 12. Tha Gommrrrfal ffa. if' 'aKS cel"' 0',ulicly "in to-morrow publish tho lol- ')i 'K'fe lotvlnc: ? iPl Florence, Italy, Jan. 25, 1S3H. j& WwM' J). J. Jontt, rKJ., Chalrinttn qf the ltrpubltcan Art V 'aKr (tonal CoiimlllM' ',- -Bfr Slit: I wlflli.tnroujita you, to itats to tho members f,5 Kg- of the Hcpubllcan party that my name will not he X MI presented to tuo National Convention called to a- t l Bcmblo In Chlco I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

5iT.l.lMrlMMMM.WMil. ' gflygPlWiMiM .REOORDS JROKEJIJ j Wp ' I WEWTHWO. HNJPSEDJj fl , ERLDS .Printed Yesterday. mSxlMWMmiL IllHH "WM T N PP Yesterday's'circulatlon. I ' M- l""'"""""""1 9MttMt6tHJMtMmtMHMMH 'jSE ' BPIUCEONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1888. PIUCE ONE CENT. 8 fiST E. BLAINE SINCERE? W Republicans Discussing tho Meaning , Hm of His Letter. II His Friends Say It Did Not Sur- prise Them. M Benntor Hnlo Declare. Ilmt Hie Mnn from H Alnlne Toc Not Ile.lre In bo 1'rcaldent . .M Henntor Ifnvrler Dclleve. Illm In Enrneat ML Khtrnmn. Chnncc Declared to be Im. 'iU proved by the Wltlidrnwal-Efreet on tli W Farty Fra.pccl. till Year. ,1 ie letter of James G. Blaino to B. F. !M Joi os, Clinirmnn of tho Itcpublicnn National Committee, in hich Mr. ttlaino says that bis JH nnmo will not bo presented at tho coming IT Chlcngo Convcntion.Jhas created much ex. ' flkment and talk among llepublicani and i'I femocrats- Id fact the lettor is tho principal if B nopic of couTcrsation...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

gJIPljgf WtVrr - tr &? THfe WORLD t MONDAY EVENING; FTOfflARWll8BOT " !WW- WmffmWTmmTrmm B THE WORLD. flKV HK ' JMMUJtylrrmriHiMiivCfe. ' k Wr K MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13. ;K. R'' ;!;-; MVUBOBXPTXOir to we srxsiao jKf ! JSVITIOX (Including Voltage). 'fR: 'P TEli MONTH, 30c. f FSIt YEAR, $3.B0. J f.K I Circulation Books and Press Room 'I $ B OPEN TO ALL. w 'i B TnB "ctiok or mi flt EVENING EDITION ' I if THE WORLD fr'c ' Jk- for the-eek ending flnturdny, Feb. 11. 3$ f K Monday Tl 47540 tllm TCESDAT 110,100 M p Wednesday 104,360 I! jf If Thursday 04,300 f ! BtODAY 100,680 hi i E SATURDAY I I 2,1 20 ' t If VERIFIED DEDUCTIONS, if f w On the. morning after the last election The '; I Jm "Would said i 1 "K" Thewtullof the election la this Utste settles f H three points as thoroughly as any poUtlcil event $ ' s ? can be settled In advancet t'i t-'Wc President Cmvkland wlll'be renominated by nls .f, party. r 'M, Mr. Bunn-lU not be renominated by the Be- I1 'fie publloana, ';' J K Mr. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

WKmfST 9 B fHbiNGFOLKS MAKE MERRY, H ""EMBERS OP THE RUBEN BENEVOLENT 60 .M CIETI ON .MEASURE BENT. Eln EnteHnlnrrfenf nt'Tnmmnny ITivll Foli U lowed by n IJnll Tlio Alillm Ynan Alrn'n mU Hoclety rtt Tetilnnta Ilnll Jncob Knitsrh. H kold'e Friend Turn Onl Kntrrtnlneil by UUm tbe I,ndlea of Qnocn leather Hoclety mV The members of tbo RnbenBcnovolontnnd ,Bharitablo Society had a plcnsnnt time in ''nmmnny Hall Inst night. First an enter Bninmcnt was Riven, in which J. Hechinger, Hr. Klugmnn, II. Tiscli, 11. Weil, A. Fuchs, ' Bl. Bohm, Kirs. Ungor, Miss M. MnnsAold, Hkliss S. Ilnnnucr nnd Miss Rosa Knufmnn dls. Hingnlshcd thomsolvcs. JmWU Tbo entertainment was followed by dan- lKing. J. Kluginnu led tho grand march 'with sH&Iisa Hnnaucr, who wni dressed in black nittln, with jet orunments nnd trimmings of IBaby bluo silk. mW Tlioy voro followod by Mr. nnd Mrs. J. lechiL&or. Other ladies noticed in tho wHkarch wore : KMlss lleleno Mansfield, Mrs. J. Urlntz, Mrs. J. oultr, Ml(8 So...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

. 4 7-,? raEWhLDraOJ!fal PKOUD PUPILS OF NO. 59. ' T1IEI GET TWO BIl.K FLAGS FROJI EX TKUSThK ISAAC V. CHAMBERS. PIstliiRiilsliccl nnmln View it Prr.riitntlnri nt a Popular flrniiimnr Hclwol Thl .llnnilng Encli (ilrl Pceorutrcl Vllli mi Amerlrnii I'lnst Mr. Cliniiibcm' Cninpllinrnm to nilM Johnson nail Ihu School. A proud nnillo iiovcrcil over tlio pleasint fco of Miss Knto 1!. Joliimoii, I'rlnciunl of Clrniniuar School No. 89, in Knt Fifty. Btivculh htrcot, this lnoruiuc ni she mtrvuyi d a fipirl of bright facos in tlio hie room nt tlio top of tho school over which felio proRldon. Miss Johnson lms 850 Kirls unilor her Rilld luico. They wero mussed in tho rowo-nhly room to rocelvo n Rift from ox.Trtuteo lurino F..Ohnmbern, of Hint, tlio Nineteenth Wnrd Seated nbout tlio popular Principal on tho plntform wero n nnnihor of rucst, including J Judgo W. II. Kelly, Clmirninu of tho Henri pt Trustees of tho Wnril, who prosided; Iti. pector of Schools Jacob 1'loischhnnor, CnAt. Pratt and Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

1 liLLRECOHpS BROKEN ! j -iliff'' jE.V!?fiEH!M.EpMPMJjJ I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. EXTRA IS BLAINE SINCERE? Bopablioans Disoussbg the Meaning of Qis Letter. His Friends Say It Did Not Sup prise Them. M Braator ITple Declares thnt the Man from I Maine Doe Net Desire to be President ,'S Henntor Ilitvrley Believe lllm In Earneat Hherinnn's Chance Declared to be Im. proved by the Withdrawal-Street on the Party's Prospects this Year. Tho letter of James O. Blalno to B. F. ' Jones, Chairman of the Republican National Committee, in which Mr. Blaine saya that his Home will not be presented at the coming Chicago Convention, hw created much ex citement and talk among Republicans and Domoorals. In fact tho letter is tho principal topic of conversation to-day in Wall street, in business centres, at olubs, hotels and publio resorts. Mr. Blaine says that he has decided not to ( boacandidato for the nomination through considerations entirely personal to ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

2 ,- THE WORLD, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1888. ' fl B THE WORLD. V MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13. H aXTBBCSITTIOy TO MIJjT JCVEirXDXt H JSDXTIOIT (Including Foliage). H .ram iromrn, 30c; peb year, $3.50. l j j Circulation Books and Press Room m OPEN TO ALL. jH Tni CnouLATioir or tub S EVENING EDITION JH THE WORLD B for-thoweek ending Saturday, Feb.ll. 'tfl ' VU 08 follow I H Monday 114,540 H Tuesday - 110,100 H Wednesday f 04,360 W Thursday f 04,300 M Friday 100,600 H Satubday j 2, 20 jjfl VBRHTilD DBDUonONB. V f g On the) morning after the last emotion Tmt MB Would said In The 'result of the election In JW Htttt ttttltt flS three point u thoroughly u any iolltloal treat fhM ' can be settled In adranoet I Frceident Cijcvkland vrtll.be enominated br nla 111 ' Prtr. M Mr. BLAnrswUI not be reiomlnated br tht Itt- bW i publloans. SjM Mr. agonal wul not eostrol the election next if! IS 7r f j1' The last two of thee deduotlons hare been Ma verified i and to bt) right In two ont of tbree...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 February 1888

THE WORLt MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13. 188a ' 8. 1 yOUMJ FOLKS MAKE MERRY. KEMBERB OF THE BUBEN BENEVOLENT BO- CIETI ON PLEASURE BENT. a Entertainment at Tammany Itall Vol. lewed by a nail The Akltia Young Men' Society at Tentonla Hall Jacob Rnaacli. Isold's Frlende Turn flm Rntertntned by the Ladle of Queen Either Society. Th'e members of tho Ruben TJenevolentand Charitable Society bad a pleasant time lu Tammany Hall last night. First an nnter- Itainm'ent 'was given, in which J. nechinger, J. Kingman, H. Tiscli, K. Weil, A. Fuchs, It. Bohm, Mr. Ungor, Miss M. Mansfield, Miss S. Mnnauer nnd Miss ItoBa Kaufman dis tinguishod themselves. Tho ontortaininont wag followed by dan cine. J. Klugrann led tho grand maroh with Miss Bianauer, who wns dressed in black natin, with jet ornaments and trimmings of lmliv hlnn silk. m. They were followed by Mr. and Mrs. J. T Jlechinger. Other ladies noticed iu tho inarch were i Miss Helene Mansfield, Mrs. J. Brlntz, Mrs. J. JfoalU, Hits Bopnie Hmlth, ...

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. — 13 February 1888

V x4 THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1888. ' H PROUD PUPILS OF NO. 59. jHl' ran get two bilk flags from ex- WM TRUSTLE IBAAO F. CUA1IHEKS. fH , Distinguished Guest. View m Presentation at lHj I a Popular (Irnmmnr Mcbnal This .llnrnlns IH ' Bach Olrl Ilrrorntetl With nn Ainerlenn lAH Flig-Mr. riinnibrm't Cflmpllinenti to ilH BUM Johnson mill the School. flH . A prowl emtio liovcrod orer the pleiwanl rfafl ' co of JIIbs Kato E JohnBon' Principal of vfH , Grammar School No. 69, In East Fifty- f H gtTCtitb street, this morning m "ho snrvo.vcd JHj ft flold of bright faces In tho Mr room nt tho t jjH top of tho school over which sho presides. t'H Miss Johnson has 850 Kir'8 under her Rtiiil. -vM Bncc oy vrcre mix"Boc' 'n tno ,u,Beni'y J IS . room to rocclvo a Rift from fx-Truteo Isano M p. Chamhers, of that, tho Nineteenth Ward AW ' Seated about tho popular Principal on tha IffiH ' platform -n ere a number of RUtnts, including 'iiHj Judgo V. II. Kelly, Chairman of tho Hoard, H of T...

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