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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 February 1888

L8a5SSXJLS!SS,,at,'on' msmSBSWUS!3Bm wv n- 5 WORLDS Prfnted Sunday ; , PRICE ONE CENT, NEW YORK, TUESDAYFEBRUARY M, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. ! jHH V H Hhv HB 1 FIGHTING WITH AN ICE PICK. A COMBED BOY IN FRENCH'S HOTEL USES AH U0I,Y WEAPON. la a ptrucle Willi Patrick McLaughlin nnd William Bnddulph lie Drives III Pick Into Blddnlph'a Head Just Abort the Ear A Berlous AfTrny Over n Trivial Occur, rfence Illildulpli In HospttuL Ascoro of people In Fronch'g Hotol bar room this morning were excited but noutral onlookers at a determined strugglo bctwrou a colored man armed with nn ice.pick nud two others, one of whom was Cashier Patrick McLaughlin. Boon after 10 o'clock several of the guests Woke up thirsty nud called for ice-water. Dallas Holland, tho colored boy stationed in the third floor hall, was sent down for ice. According to standing orders ho ought to have gone into tho cellar for it, but to savo iroublo ho chose to get it from tho barroom. A pailful of brokou ice stood behind tho ...

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. — 14 February 1888

, p '' & : ' THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1888. 1 fl 17 ' a atn-ri' U. ' .i '1 ri I TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14. ' ' ' J j evnucnirxjox to 31m etenixo EDITION (Ineludlng Pottage). ! . rxn month, 30c.j per year, $3.bo. 9 Circulation .Books and Press Room i OPEN to ALL. j ' Tni CIRCULATION OP TDK I. EVENING EDITION J i J THE WORLD for the week ending! Saturday, Feb. 11. ; 1 ' was m follows 1 y "" !' Monday 114,540 Tuesday 110,100, j: Wednesday 04,360 j ;,. Thursday f 04,300 I.: Friday 100,680 i j , Saturday I 2, 1 20 Jl N , I,- i. .i ;l HOT OOMNJQfENTAET. I , Mr. Blaine may well pray to bo delivered I ' H from bis friends, especially from his " Lome l friends." I , It is the reverso-of flattering to the man i from Maine to havo his letter Interpreted as I . meaning directly the contrary of what ho '1 ' says. If Mr. Blaine be the hypocrite and I i trickster that somo of his near friends ropro- J sent him on being, and is capable of writing u ' n lotter ostensibly to, w...

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. — 14 February 1888

. , ,. - ' - - . ' as DANCING AFTER VICTORY J . tTllK ADELnilS OELKMUTE WINNING "THE WORLD" BASEBALL MEDALS. Carnival Blanker Out In Great Numbers Turncri Have a Merry Night Hone or Liberty at Irvine Hull Hull of the Catholic Younir Men' Aaaoclatlon He. crptlon of the 31. J. Quigley Association. In the Bummor of 1885 tho Adolphi Baso J ball Club was organized on tho west sido to w co to Tub World's play-ground nt Sbady Sido. About tho Bfttue tiuio tho Kccentrio Club wax organized on tho vast sido, aud tho two inot ou Tin: AVohld's crouud. Tho Adelphis caiuo ovit lu uniforms of snow-whito flannel aud tho Kcoeutrics in dark gray. The Wonui offered severnl prizos during the Beason. Tho fight I'ut so hot between L those two clubs that it provided a diamond- 'A studded gold medal for the winner, six games M to be playod. Finally tho Eccentrics uero W bonton. Tub Woni.D thou offered another prize, a I silver medal, ou tho same terms. Tho fight I was harder than over this timo. but ended I...

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. — 14 February 1888

A rtHfiORLDt TUESDAY EVENING, tfEBRUAItY i4;i8$; . ' , I 1 IHMIHIImMMMiihh" a.asssea.aeas I UTE ENGLISH RACING NEWS. . EXCELLENT ACCEPTANCES OBTAINED fpR j TOE SPRING: HANDICAPS. pants f lb Hon Bllalbta for the Great BcUpse Stakes of KIO.OOO Ilovr West (i Australian ra .Bold to 11 o to Prance 1 Ltt .BettlBK on Lincolnshire and J Iiverpool Grand National. 1 WbaMvf the result of tbe lord Hm-bam-Blr t Georga Ctastwjnd racing scandal, tat English rc I Ing season of 1868 will be not only Important, but 1 trae o the)btst la soma jean. Anionic aoine rac , Inn; totn la lonflon there l a bellof that llorliam vrlll scarceir be able to maks acute against Blr ; , tatoffi Ohetwjnd, bat the verdict will be somo , r thine like tbe Scoteh one, "not proven." Toe ' fcffsct, hbwtrer, wilt be the same. Tbe Jockey ! (dub's evldenct, Which probably cannot bo used In ' the oonrts, will be made known to the C'notwynd '. people. Bit George will resign from the Jockey i Club and probably sell oat his entire ...

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. — 14 February 1888

? rj ' " jl 7 jfi w. IS 1 9" 7 C ff 7 n I W PRICE ONE CENT. ' NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. FIGHTING WITH AN ICE PICK. A COLORED BOY IN FRENCH'S HOTEL USES AH UGLY WEAPON. In a RtrugtJo With Patrick McLnnglilln and f William Ouddulph lie Drives III Pick luto Illddulph'a Head Jmt Above the Ear A Herlone AtTrnr Over n. Trivial Occur rence lllddulpk In Hospital. Asooro of people iu French'! Ilotol bar room this morning wero excited but neutrnl onlookers at n determined strugglo between a colored mau armed with au ico.pick and two others, one of whom was Cashier Patrick McLaughlin. Boon after 10 o'clock sovcral of tho gnonts vrokoup thirflty and called for ice.water. , Dallas Holland, tho colored boy Htatioued iu tho third floor hull, wns sent down for ice. According to standing orders ho ought to hava gone into tho cellar for it, but to save troublo ho chose to get it from tho bar-room. A pailful of broken ice stood behind tho bar, and without asking any one's p...

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. — 14 February 1888

mmf W H jC 2 TnE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1888. l ', THE WORLD. i .... j rmllOhnlltlhtrrntrolUtMiktC. TUESDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 14. tmnKcnirTioN xo aim ethsino KtilTIOX (Tnrludlng Poring). ! run month, 30c; rm ykau, $3.00. i ' ii Circulation Books and Press Room j i OPEN TO ALL. Tni Circulation of tub EVENING EDITION I THE WORLD for the week ending Saturday, Feb. 11. k , i was as follows : 1 ............ -. .......... j, Monday I i 4,540 TUKSDAY MO, I 00 Wednesday f 04,360 TunnsDAY f 04,'300 ! Friday 100,680 ' Saturday 112,1 20 HOT OOMPUUEHTAXY. I1 Mr. Blaine runy well pray to bo delivered from his friends, especially;frorn hii " home friends." j$ It is the reverse of flattering to tho man from Maine to havo his lettor interpreted as meaning directly tho contrary of what he ays. If Mr. Hi.ainiVJM)' tho hypocrite and trickster that soma of iliis near friends repro- 1 sent him ns being, and is capablo of writing , n letter ostensibly 'to withdraw his name from consideratio...

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. — 14 February 1888

f ' THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1888. "DANCING" .AFTEH J,IC0fff I ' THE ADEIiFHIS CELKBKATE WINNING! "THE WOKLD" lUSEIIALli MEDALS. Carnival IWnaUera Out In (treat Numberi Turucre Have a Merry Night Horn of Liberty nt Irving Kail llnll of tbe t'atlinllc Voiiiib ntrn'i Aesoclatton ltr rrptlon of tbe III. J. Qulgley Association. In (ho summor of 1833 (ho Adolphi Haso l)nll Olub was organized on (ho west sirto to go (o The Wobmi'h play-ground nt riharty Hide About (ho Kimo limo tlio Eccentric Club was organized on (ho east s'ulo, nud (ho two met on The Would'h (,'rouml. The Adclpbis camo ou( in uniforms of suow-whito ilanucl and tho Kcceutrics in dark gray. The Would offered several prizes during the season. Tho fight t'ot so hot between these two clubs that it provided n diamond Btuddod gold medal for the winner, six games to bo played. Finally the Eccentrics wero beaten. The World then offered another prizo, a silver medal, on tho Bamo terms. Tho fight was harder than ov...

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. — 14 February 1888

.....H.e.e.e.eHIHHiaeHHBflBBVHIi Wl . F I V -3 i frmawonLP. tuas&ay evening; February i4tU88s: . . I W&'f LATE MULISH RACING NEWS. HtP. EXCELLENT ACCEPTANCES OBTAINED FOR H ; THE BPR1NQ HANDICAPS. H 1 hnt f tha IIor JUIbIuIc for thn Ore nt j ' , Eclipse Btak.a of KIO.OOO-Hotr Writ H JaBurtratllna wm Mold to Uo tt France H , Latest netting on Lincolnshire mid Hjil LWerpool Grand Nntlonrtl. H ,i Winterer tbo remit of tbo Lord llurnam.SIr B i George Cuetwjnd racing; scandal, tee Kngllsh rac- LTafaJafaf i'' Ins season of 16S3 will be not only important, tiut H one of thejbestln aome jeara. Among loincrao H j lng men In London there la a belief that Dorr.um B will acarcclT be able to make a cue against Mr H George Cnetwynd, bat tho virdlct will uosorac- UH thins like the Bcotch one, "not prorcn." Tho fsfM ' effect, however, will bo the same. Tho Jockoy BH , Clnb'a erldence, which probably cannot be nsed In iH tho courts, will be made known to tho Chctwynd BjH people. Sir George w...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 February 1888

a Liuitei,siiy.Hl?.Uy.: I IMS t : WORLDS Printed un(fay. i ' i ttMtmKttttttttMttttMtMtMg PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORKi TI'ESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1888. " PRICE ONE CENT. I ROWELLFORARAGE His Business-like Challenge to Champion Albert. Anxious for a Test Either in london or New York. r , If the Trial Take Place In England 17e Will Allow the Phlladclpbtan IJAOO fbr Expenses, and Ilti Wants tlio Hint Al. lowanee If Iho Knee li Made Hero Watting for an Answer In Good Condi. Hon and Confident of Saeocns. (SFEOIAJi CABLI TO TDK WOSLD.1 London, Feb. 1. Charles Howell told The Evkwno World correspondent thli morning that he was very much in earnest In challenging Albert, who bos jnst broken tho six days' go-as-you-pleaso record in Now York. Howell is much stouter than when he loft Now York tho last time, but says ho ia con fident that he can do better work there than he did bofore, and that he can beat Albert's record. Ho will race for 600 a sido, but will i doublo the amount if desired. Howell pre...

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. — 14 February 1888

H . THE WORLD? TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRDARlifH 1888. 1 ' THE WORLD. Hi TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14. V nmscnxpTioir xo ana jxvximro H j EDITION (Including Pottagt). H" FSRUONTn, 80c. f PEIl TEAIi, $3. BO. m Circulation Books and Press Room l OPEN TO ALL. H j TUB CTJtCULlTIOK OF TBI H EVENING EDITION H THE WORLD H for the) week ending Saturday, Feb. 11. H ' was as follows t H Monday 4,540 H Tuesday ..(10,100 H Wednesday .. 104,360 H Thursday I 04,300 H ' Widat 100,680 iiH Saturday j 1 2,120 H HOT OOMTLIMEHTABY. H Mr. Blaink may well pray to be delivered H from bis friends, especially from bis " home H friends." H ' It is the reverse of flattering to the man H ' from Maine to hare bis letter Interpreted as H meaning directly the contrary of what he H i says. If Mr. Blums be the hypocrite and B : trickster that some of his near frionds repre- B sent him as being, and is capable of writing 3 a letter ostensibly to withdraw his name from HBf ' consideration as a candidate, bnt really in. H ...

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. — 14 February 1888

, THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 188a S IB TJaNCING AFTER "VICTORY. THE ADELFUIB CELEBRATE WINNING " THE ,tk WORLD" BASEBALL MEDALS. 4 Caratral Maskers Out In Great Nambara 1 , Tarnera liar a Merry Night Sons of ! Ubarty at Irvlnaj Hall Uall of the M t , Oatballo Yonnar Men's Aaaoelatlon Itc- cpUon of the 1)1. J. Quisle? Aaaoelatlon. M In the rammer of 1885 tho Adelpbl Base- Jrm ball Olub was organized ou tho west side to fMh U to Tub World's play.ground at Shady I'WQ Biije.. Abont tho samo Umo the Eccontrio laf Olub was organized ou tho oast side, and tho wo n10'011 The Wonm'a ground. Tho I .Adelphis oomo out in unitonus of snow-whito flannol and tho Eccoutrics in dark gray. Tax World offorod sovoral prizes daring 'M tho season. Tho fight pot so hot between K these two clubs that it provided a diamond- itSi - studded gold medal for tho winner, six games ymE to bo played. Finally tho Eccentrics wore ufK x beaten. V'aV Xb Wobld thon offorod anothor prize, a US riWor medal, ...

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. — 14 February 1888

Hff;V v THJEJ "VORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14,1888. . iP IE FIGHTING WITH AN ICE PICK. bbbbbbVbbbbb - Iff A COLORED BOY IN FBENOH'B HOTEL USEB HK AH UGLI WEAPON. iE)r ' LHIaaBW' to a Btruffgie Willi Patrick nirf.aacnlln nod HK, ' WlllUm Dnddnlph He Drlree III rick B' Into Olddutph'i Head Jntt Above the Ear HHIHK . A Serious AflVar Orer a Trivial Ooonr HH Kj rence JJlddulpU In Hoi pllaL H:k& A wore of people in French's Hotel bar. HbIkF room t&if morning were oxcltod bat neutral ' onlooken nt a determined strueelo between ' !y,, r colored man armed with an Icepick and Fi two others, one of whom was Cashier Patrick If J"" McLaughlin. , H l r Soon after 10 o'clook Eeveral of the cuests H y'" woke up thirsty aud called for ico-watcr. Hi I '. Dallas Holland, the colored boy stationed in Hi ' the third floor hall, v as scut down for ice. H j! Kl According to standing orders ho ought to Hi ' $ have gone into tho cellar for it, but to wive H trouble ho choso to get It from the ...

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. — 14 February 1888

"ooooeoaooeeooooeoooeaooaeeo8 jwbbbb PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. H LAST 111 ROWELLFQRARACE His Business-Like Challenge to Champion Albert. Anxious for a Test Either in London or New York. If Ike Trial Tnkei I'luce In England n W..i Allow the 1'lilladelphlan 8000 for lixpenae, nnd He Wnnt tlio Nuinn Al. lovrnnce If llie Usee la Made Here Walling for an Answer In Good Condi, tlon nnd ConOdcnt offjuccea. (BriCIAI, CADIJt TO TIIE WORLD. London, Fob. 14. Charles Itowoll told I The Eveninq Woiilo correspondent this morning that ho was very much in earnest in challenging Albert, who has just broken the six days' go-as-you-please record in Now York. Itowoll is much stouter than when ho left Now York tho last timo, but says ho is con fident that ho can do better work thoro than ho did before, and that he can beat Albert's record. He will race for 600 a side, but will double the amount if desired. Howell profers tho race to tako placo in Agricultural ...

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. — 14 February 1888

B. y o . . TnE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1888. THE WORLD. H i ruit4ty tt rrtttrWMt c. B TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14. H I evnscniPTioir to inn evening M '' EDITION (Intruding roHagt). H ' J'JT.R MONTH, SOcf PER YEAR, $3.B0. H I Circulation Books and Press Room H:. OPEN TO ALL. H ' ' Tnit ciKcounoM or thi ; EVENING EDITION HH i or r Wm the world HH ! tot the week ending Saturday, Feb. 11. BH ! was as follows t BH Monday II 4.540 W' Tuesday 110,100 BIS jj Wednesday I 04,360 KB ' Tuursday 104,300 H; Friday 100,680 Kl i Saturday I 2, 1 20 i NOT OOHPUHENTABY. H!H 'I Mr. Blaine may well pray to bo delivered BH l from bis friends, ospocially from his "borne KB !l friends." KvW I It 'B the reverse of flattering to tbo man HdH I from Maine to bare bis lotter interpreted as jifl ' meaning dlroctly tbo contrary of wbat be Eftm . says. If Mr. Blaine bo tbe hypocrite and HHH trickster that some of bis near frionds ropro- BrV ,' Mnt him ns boing, and is capable of writing Kl! letter os...

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. — 14 February 1888

r b THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING,' FEBRUARY 14; 188a' C " 'dancing after victory. a i IJIE ADELPIIIS CELEBRATE WINNING " THE ' ' W02LD" BASEBALL MEDALS. Carnival Maskers Out In Or eat Numbers Turners Have a Merry Night Sons of Liberty at Irvlnir Hall Hall or llio (Jathnllo Young Men Association lie. reptlon of Ike M. J. (lulgtey Association, Jin the summer of 18S5 tbo Adolpbt Base ball Club was organized 011 tlio weBt sido to y go to Tint World's playground nt Shady y Hide. About tbo Htuuo tlino the Ecccntria Club was organized ou tbo east sido, uud the two met ou Tnr. AVorld'h ground. Tbo Adelpbis caiuo out iu uniforms of Bnovv-whito ilanuel and tbo Eccentrics in dark gray. The Wom.li oirored several prizes during tbo season. Tbo light pot so hot between these two clnbs that it provided a diamond. fetodded gold incdat for the winner, six games 'f to be played. Finally tbo Eccentrics wore beaten. Tub World then offered nuothcr prize, a diver medal, on tho name terms. The light was har...

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. — 14 February 1888

H '" " TTtl201tLT)! iTlJESAY1?VmTi.lPEBRUARYlr.'I888: """ ' f H f ' HGRTING tVITII AN ICE PICK. H ;; A COLORED BOX IN FRENCH'S HOTEL USES H ( AH UGLT WEAPON. j ! st Strata! With Prtrlek niel-hll snd ggB") William Baddnlph He Drlres UN Pick UU .1 lata UUeTulph's ns.d Jnet Above the Hnr j I -A Serious Affray Orer a Trivial Occur- H! Wries Blddnlpti In IleepltaL H' AtoOreof peoplo in French', Itotol hat- H , i room thli mornlBg wera oxcltod but neutral Hj j onlookers nt a determine J struggle between H , tt colored rutin armed with an Icepick ntnl H two otliors, ono of whom was Cashier Patrick gfl i ' 'MoLanglilln. IH Soon otter 10 o'clock sovcrnl of tho guests H l i woko up thirsty and oalled for ioe-wntcr. 'M ' Dallas Holland, tbo colored boy stationed in H i g, third floor hall, was sent down for ico. H ( According to standing orders he ought to H haTO Bono into the cellar for it, but to savo M I ' troublo he chose to get It from the barroom. , A pailful of broken ico stood behind t...

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. — 15 February 1888

A x -ill R rSniII'SSsDj -- E jiiilliSMiO a Jl v , . wK l$J . PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. !S t , . . . . . l2 , . '$HH h: ' I THE BREACH GETS WIDER. I ANTI-POVERTI'S PUOl'HET AND Al'OSTLE DRIFTING FURTHER ArART. pi Secretary Clarke Snys Ihnt the Secession ' I Movement Comes from "The fftnndnrd" fl OOlce No Attempt to be Made to I'rr- ' vent the Incorporation of the New Antl- Poverty Society by the George l'nrty. tfl Tho breach between tho prophet nnd tho J wi npostlo of anti-povorty widons. Tho fol- )m lowers of each accuse the other ot being tho 11 eoceder from tho piinciplesof the organize- 1,1 tion- 1 1 Secretary Michael Clarke, a Btrong ad- horent of Dr. McQlynn, wns found early this IwL morning at tho hcadtiuartcrs of the socloty in mm Coopor Union, and was asked regarding tho V application for the incorporatiop of a new M Anti.Foverty Bocioty by Louis F. Post and I others of tho Qeorgeitcs, and the probable fflf action of tho old and ...

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. — 15 February 1888

HBK 2 THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 15, 1888. 1 H A-"M .-----MMa--MM-MMa- K T1LVE WORLD., BHBKHHft r Hr! JVWstd'yiJWtlnsM't, -HjHpji WEDNESDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 15. !? r BHV BvnscniPTTOir to ins xrmmro HH ' JiniTION (Including Tottnge). HBp PER MONTH, 30c. i PER YEAR, $3.50. HIBMh ' ' ' -' IB?" Circulation Books and Press Room H'.P OPEN TO ALL. H jjHt TnB ClnCCLATlOH OF THIS IK' .EVENING EDITION I HPF THE WORLD H 'KF -for tho week ending Suturday, Fob. 11. H Hi was ca follown : K MoNDAYTT7r77'.Trrr4k54o" K; ' TUESDAY 110,100 H HK Wednesday f 04,360 H Bf'3 Thursday f 04,300 ' Friday 100,680 H HP' Saturday I 2, 1 20 H WE ' ' BIX S-YB' LABOR. H 'B! Senator VEDDEn's objection to tho Saturday H jE' Haft-Hollday law, that it violates tbo com- H f xnandmont, " Six days shalt thou labor and H IflBr? do all thy work," is entitled to tho diBtlnc- H P ' tlon of being unique. jflvf ue hankers nnl tbo Clearlng-Houso H lE'' people, 'who begin businoss at 10 o'clock and H lRV0 lse nt 3 he...

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. — 15 February 1888

WKKIjjtmmmmmmmflK umf9mmWWSt TrPFlBiYeaT'setff lj3$i MBBnSffifWlrTWtt iBiLirto ?y-'tTEypg aattZiBJr? re ypKaLfaw tiv)ffc vwR3!9i9?7QRWIIII IB THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 15, 1888.' 3 "H . . . . . Viil ? MASKERS OF ST. VALENTINE.. i BALLUO0M8 CROWDED WITH MERRY MAKERS IN FANCY COSTUMES. j Iiocomotlvu Uuslnaera Mnks Fnat Time la t tho Ilnnco nt Tarn ninny Hall Ludlea Fooled by Mrs. Knabo at tko Blooming;- date Elntrnclit'a Onll AInny People Who I- Enjoyed tko Lmt Chance Tor Gayety. & Tammany Hall was handsomely decorated w" with palms and evergreens last night at the I ' ball of the Now York City Division, No. 100. I ' of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. I Lout and his full orchestra of twenty-eight I men took caro of the dancing part of the K programme, and " Tiie Wobld" waltz was mt 'much adtniied. Thoro were hundrods of pretty girls pres. B cut, and as many staid matrons. The cos- Mjfi ttuues wero excuptioually pretty and becom. fi ing. Among the many elegant...

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. — 15 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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