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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 February 1888

1 EyjERMIM.MMP.8ED.? WZ- kL RECORDS BROKEijj I fl PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. M 1 1 Ht - ttt I EXTRA M THE BREACH GETS WIDER. TKj 'H lOTI-POVERTI'S rEOPHET AND APOSTLE H DRIFTING FDKTU2E APART. H Seerelaur Clarke Bays Hint tli "i-reaslon, mM MoTcment dun from "The Mmidard" B Office No Attempt to be Mmle to Pre- H Tent the Incorporation of Uie New Antl- H Poverty Hocloty by the George Party. B The breach between the prophot and ths jK ftpostlo of anti-poverty widens. Tho fol- mBj lowers of each aocuse tho other ot being the S Moedor from tho principles of tho organizo- H Secretary Mifihoel Clarke, a strong ad- H herent of Dr. MoGlynn, was found early this H xnomlng at the headquartors of the society in :H Cooper Union, and was asked regarding the H application for ths incorporation of a new B Anti-Poverty Society by Louis F. Post and jB others of the Georgettes, and the probable K action of tho old and unincorporated society M In the premis...

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

PflflflrareAflHHHHflHflfljHJ IflfB Wf " THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 15. .1888. Yfll IR THE WORLD. laHL - WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13. flfflfff ' avsaoBzpTiosr xo inxs jsnumro BviV' JSDITJOir (Including rettage). B TSR UONTB. 30c f PER TEAR, $3.00. w Circulation Books and Press Room He open to all. jKa Tsi circulation or tm ;Ky; .EVENING EDITION AflEr or K THE WORLD JKc' .fortho-Treek ending Saturday, Feb 11. (flKa was oa follows : lflflflflbK - IKf- Monday I 4,540 K, Tuesday 110,100 Hp "Wednesday......... 1 04.360 B Thubsday I 04,300 Kf Fmdat... 100,680 K Saturday 112,120 flVflflflQ J 1 . M-ll !! 1 .... IS ' " JHRii HIT DAY8' XiABOB. VBVJ BonatorVrDDxa's objection to tha Saturday jK Ualf-Holldny lair, that it violate tha com- jBf , jnandment, " Sis days shalt thou labor and jKf" do all thy work," ig entitled to the diitino. Mlj Hon of being unique. Htft Bo the banker and the Clearlng-Houso flflXl' jeople, who begin business at 10 o'clock and &Vfl! olose at 0, obey ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 February 1888

mw9t9mlMM9mmWMmmw !" VP'WNif;' JfPWJli' '.JpKgrft ? Tfll?EPI3erii w S , THEWORLDj WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 15. 1888. 3 $H Lmaskers'of st; valentine; jV BALLU00M8 CROWDED WITH MERRI ES MAKERS IN FANCY COSTUMES. -H locomotive Engineers Make Fnat Time In B ho Dance nt Tnninmnr Unit Lndles H Fooled by Mr. Knabe nt tko Hlnomlng- mW dais IJIntrnclil'e llnll ninny People Who BB Enjoyed the I.nst Clianco far tiuyety. H Tammany Hall 'was handsomely decorated B with palms and ovcrgrcous last night at the MM ball of tho New York City Division, No. 105, By of tho Brotherhood of Locomotivo Engineers. Lent and his full orchestra of twenty-eight H men took caro of tho dancing port of tho H programmo, and "The Would" waltz was Mm much admired. H Thero were hundreds of pretty girls prcs- mm cut, and as mnuy stuid mntrons. Tlio cob- tBJ things wpro exceptionally pretty and becom. Wt ing. Among tho many' cleguut toilets seen 1 by Tub Evknino World reporter wcro tho Mu following : WML Mrs. J. A. Kob...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 February 1888

IBpfflHRDRIIiilP Wwto, A. ., THBlVORLDi WEDNESDAY EVEiW a, FEBRUARY 15, 19m. ' . . '"' .W II Stern Bros. KH will offer Thursday Morning WmL " in their II SHOE DEPARTMENT HHl 225 pairs Ladios' Kld HSr' P French Kid and Al 00 V'' Cloth-Top Boots, at . . pl00 HS 800 pairs Ladles' Calfskin, HiKT Hand - sowod, Wnukon- H B phast Boots and Kid-top, B1 patent leathor, tipped (JjQ OR S: Boots. ...... tpG.tiJ H H 600 paIrs Ladlos' Froncn H Rft '(i D,a'n dox to and H Hf par'8 Kid, Pent loather (tjQ Q7 H K tipped Button Boots . . Upti.O H Bi All of tho above are less than Hj H one-half of present prices. If GORSETlEPARTM'T I B 73 dozen Hand - Made H H French Coutlllo Corsets. In QDp I H a 8'Z0S' a ' K In their II Boys' CloiiMoiis I Mr 1 1 0 dozen Boys' Shirt Waists I H French percales, cham- DQp I Dray and 80er8Uckor8 at uubi I 1 32 to 36 West 23d St. HI 'm- AND I B 23 to 35 West 22d st- I S T0M GOULD'S N W TROUBLE. II ISI' I iH BONDSMAN MINDKN DOES NOT BELIEVE HE I! &W$ WILL 0 TO CANAUA. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 February 1888

I lEVERYTHIHG ECLIPSED!! -lf- j ALL RECORDS BROKErHl 1 I !..2Mn?5JC?..teill.?.t.,J?.,J: : " IBlfflSIBlW n- L.world m I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 9 I LIST MM. !THE BREACH GETS WIDER. ANTMOVERTY'S TROI'IIET AND APOSTLE DRIFTING FURTHER APART. Secretary Clarke Sny that tfao Accession Movement Come from "The Standard" Olllcc No Attempt to be fllnde to Pre. Tent the Ineorporntlnn of tlio New Ami rovcrty Society by the Georgo l'nrly. The breach between the prophet find tko r opostlo of nnti.povorty widens. Tho fol. lowers of each neenso tho other ot being tho seceder from tho principles of tho orgnnizo. tlon. Bocrctary Michael Clarke, n strong ad. hercnt of Dr. McGlynn, was found early thia morning at tho hendquarters of tho society in Cooper Union, and was asked regarding tho Application for tho incorporation of a now Anti-Poverty Society by Louis F. Post and others of tho Goorgeites, and tho probable Action of tho old and unincorporated soci...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 February 1888

Hf 'vj&kf THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY.EVENING,FEBRUARy)15;188etri iK k'tie WORLD. bhN flVflV '' BYnfi" WEDNESDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 15. w evsscjtrrTioir to inn xwjtiiro RHH! EDITION (IntUtdlng rotlage). H& JPJEJt MONTH, 30c. PER TEAJt,$3.B0. tK' i- : Hrf Circulation Books and Press Room fr OPEN TO ALL. ibWbf" Tdi ttKCUUTiOK or Tin K .EVENING EDITION Mi THE WORLD Hfe ' for-the week ending Saturday, Feb. 11. JKfe, was na follows t Wt Monday 4.540 Hff, Tuesday 110,100 K' Wednesday 104,360 i Thubsdat f 04,300 Hj Friday 100,680 HI Satpkday 2, i 20 K$ . BIX DAYS' LABOB. Hf4 Senator Vzddiu's objection to the Saturday Bpf Half-Holiday lr, that it violates tho com- JHPi mandment, " Six days shalt thou labor and Hra. do all thy work," is entitled to the distino- HK tlon of being unique JHKV' Do the bankers and the Clcarlng.House iflV?- people, who begin business at 10 o'clock and jE close at 8, obey this command? If thirty YsBeIf hoars' labor a wook complies with the divino jQ&. injunctio...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 February 1888

1 THB-WORLD .WEDNESDAY fEVENIISG.FEBRtURY, 15, 188a . '3 I MASKERS .OF ST. .VALENTINE. LB ' BALI-ROOMB CROWDED WITH. MERRI- MAKERS IN FANCY COSTUMES. H locomotive Enilneer Mnbo Fnat Time In H the Dnneo nt Tnmmnny llnll I.ndlrs Fooled by Mr.. Knabe nt tbo Illoomlns: H dale Etntrncht'. llnll SI any People Who m Enjoyed the Last Chniico for tJayety. m Tammany Hall was handsomely decorated K vritli palms and overgreons last night at tho ft ball of tho Now York City Division, No. 105, M( of tho Brothorhood of Locomotivo Engineers. ILont and his full orchestra of twonty-eight men took caro of tho dancing part of tho programme, and "The Would" waltz was much admired. There wcro hundreds of pretty girls pros, ent, and as muuy staid matrons. Tho cos tmnes woro exceptionally pretty and becom. lug. Among the many clcgnut toilets scon by The Evlnino Woiild reporter w cro tho following : lira. J. A. Roberts, black sill;, with handsome 1 jet ornaments. Win Klttio Fogany, of Grcenbuan, white satin...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 February 1888

SlsasH ssLESEtT. . i . r ' -- .-- ..T. - i -- . . - .-i - j . , . .1 -rr '.. . . z . . -"--- . . . aLH 111 Stern Bros. K ' will offer Thursday Morning HHf ' lntholr K SHOE DEPARTMENT HH 22s pairs Ladl3' Kid" HIsHf''-' P French Kid and (M 00 KB: Cloth-Top Boots, at . . $1.00 K 300 pairs Ladies' Calfskin, HBh Hand - sowed, Waukon KsH; phast Boots and Kid-top, HB, patent loathor, tipped (J) Q QP HK- Boots yci.cio HBf-' pair3 Lnd'08' Fronch Hflf Kid, plain box too and H ssV Par'8 K,d Patont loathor (tjn 07 B tippod Button Boots . . tyu.O 1 .H B" ' th(J aDOve aro less tnan m jK' one-half of present prices. II CORSETlEPARTM'T H H 73 dozen Hand - Made I " French Coutille Corsots, In QDp H Iflr a 8'Z08' a ' ' ' H iKif In tho,r 11 Boys' Clotliing Sections I IB f ' d02on By3Shirt Waists H iWt, of French porcalos, cham- PQn H 1 Ml ray antJ 800rsuckor8 at uu. I if 32 to 36p West 23d St. B I E AND IK 23 to 35 West 22d St. H Hp- T0M GOULD'S NW TIMJBLE. IsB B k bondsman minden does not believe he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

Jj PRICE ONE CENT. . ' NEW YORK, THURSDAY, FEHRUARY 10, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT 1 EXTRA ' WILL MWNN RUN - I Assorted that He Will So a Oandi- I date for President. 1 Bis Friends Deny It, but Others 9 Say It Is True. M W. T. Cronsdnlo Inalsts that the Priest Will be n Candidate and that Gaybert Ilnrnra U Ursine Illin On-Dr. McUlynu Uefuses to be Interviewed What Other Members H or the United Labor Party Say. 1 lather McQIynn ! golsg to be a candidate for I President of the United Rite. This li not guess, I but U absolute news. 77if(aalpft(Yi Times. . " Is Iiev. Dr. McGlynn to bo a Prosidentia candidato on tbo United Labor party plat. W form?" was tho gnestion propounded to 'W. fl T. Cronsdalo, ouoof Ileury George's oditorial writers and an opponent of the HcQlynn M movement. An Eveniko WoittD reporter was tbo In. H quisltor and tbo labor leader'sj-eply is givon fit length. "Tbatis my bolief,"ho said; "I am not in tbo counsels of tho peoplo who aro run. nine tbo tiov Butlor movement, but...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

Hi 1 Bv" o THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10, 1888. J Mm THE WORLD. HBK' THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16. HRB evuscitrPTJOir to um xrjutiito BLwAWmfti EDITION (Including Pottage). Hkk ii:; mouth, 30c. f psn yeah, $3.60. MHl circulation Books and Pross Room HHh open to all. HBI Tux Circulation or Mat IkI EVENING EDITION Um sR BI? THE world B K'I ' for tho week ending Saturday, Feb 11. HK was as follows t HflBw.; Monday I 4.540 HSw Tuesday 110,100 I B J Wednesday I 04, 360 H EK ' TnnitsDAY 104,300 HIE Fiiiday 100,680 Ikw . Saturday 112,120 H U THE MONOPOLY QBIF. H VJk The money power and tho political machlno I HK have apparently a Arm grip on tho Senate of V laW-l ifttvr York. H Bw- At tho beck of tho formor the Saturday H Kmv IIulMloliday law is emasculated and tho bills TJI WtW' tm resolutions against Trusts aro "hung IK np" 'n cominittooa or put In process of V SI? strangulation. BfB HE At tuo ytot ot poetical bosses unex- Hj BB ceptlonablo nominations are ignored that V HE, ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

K '--1 f N J f THE "WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16,' 1888. IlKERY THRONGS DANCING. A BUCOEBSFUL EEOErTION GIVEN OT THE JEOLUN BOWLING CLUa Baric of Ladles In Pretty Toilet In Ten. Ionia Hull Gentlemen Whom They Dnnced With Immonlnme Council En termini In Friend Nchntzen Corps Hall at tlermrtnla Assembly Itooinii. Tho fact that it was Ash Wednesday did not Kcem to have any effect on tho pleasure of tho many dancers assembled in Teutonia Hall, at tho third annual hall of tho iEolian Bowling Circle. Tho floor manager was Abo E. Schwartz and tho assistant Can. Cohn. On the floor committoo wero : Moe. IIa.lt, Harry Llchtenberir, Chas. Cuba, Dick Rclohenberir, Moc. Levy, Nit. llirschbetn, Jacob Dannenberp, Nat. Llcbteniiersr, Max Falk, Abe Levy, Julius llotuschlld; Eollan Mascot, Max luff. The following pretty toilets wore noticed by The E enino Would roportor. Mits 1'aullae Freudonthal, black latin, with Jet panel! at the sides; lbs corsane sleevelcsi and cut decollete: tan raousqu...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

HI If TOE WORLD! TOURSPAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1G.1888: HHSP BOTH GRUEL AND ILLEGAL HE HBKHgv CORONER ME3SEMER DISAri'KOVES THE HHkKT ACTION OF HIS MUSICIAN. HHSf, Dr. CnTRT Unil No Hlgbt la Dr. BBHHPH' Nuinmnfk an Order for nn Antonsr on HHKHv the Ilitvltx Infant lal IllRbta Ware BBBflBfS Brded Dr.NnmmncU Inatata that Ilia Ob- BBRBKiflr'' Jrct Was Not to Ilcft-alii the Hllver Tube. BBBBBBBaraaBttH BJBBjeBj.'' Tho story in this morning's Would of tbu BBHsBKbSf.' luitopsy illegally hfcld on tho body of Morris alBanSFaM' Itnvltz's two-yoar-old boy, diaries, at 77 HHGtRfy Henry stroot on Tucsdny, rtronsed tin- indlto BBajK!'Bv: nation of every parent who lindit. and lirn BBjjBJK'Bw' had the. effect of driving nttantlou to the HBhV loose wny in which ordeis for nutopsicB are J MBft B- granted. aH JbBbpW' Tue 'nfftnt diod on Monday afternoon of BBj DkH diphtheritic laryncitiH, having boon attended bb9 KRaB hy Dr. William II. Kamumck, of 27 .Icffort.011 BVj SxT mb street. In tho courso of tr...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

j PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1G, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. Wk LIST MM BETAIN THE HALF HOLIDAY AGBNERAh SENTIMENT AMONG WORKING MEN IN ITS FAVOR. Appeal from Workahopa for n Little Kxtrn Drenttalna-Spell Utnployer Who are Only Waiting for Other to Foil In I.lne Mer chant Would Not be Inconvenienced IjOdk Why Some are Opposed to It. Ono argument which is used by thoso who ore advocating tho ropoal of the Saturday I" Half-Holiday act is that workingmen and wornon havo all Sunday for purposes of ro 1 creation. Such a proposition, of course, I should havo little weight, for many persons, on account of religious scruples, are unwill I Jn'g to seek amusement on that day. It is also truo that many workors aro so I tired on Sunday, after six full days of toil, I that they do not care to loavo thoir homo un I til Monday morning, when tho round of I work begins again. Tho value of tho Satur- day half holiday to such persons Is obviously I very great. It is safe to say that if a v...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

LV n THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1G, 1888. K THE WORLD. HH riUihtiv a pti riui cb, BHKf , " Hi,' THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16. StL BvnacJtirTioif to inn evening HB'Kt EDITION (Includlno J'ottagr). K, run month, 30c; rsit yeah, $3.B0. Rfe Circulation Books and Press Room Bp OPEN TO ALL. ,KmK' TllK ClUCBLATIO OF TUB Wmlk EVENING EDITION Hot or mmW THE WORLD ft K V' for tho week ending Saturday, Fob. 11. WW l Monday I 4.540 W TDESDAY 0',I00 f Wednesday 1 04,360 jl Jfc- TnonsDAY 04,300 jjp Fiuday 00,680 I II Satdbday J I 2,1 20 IJ2 j fk THE MONOPOLY QEIP. ii !m The money powcrnnd tho political machine mi tit havo opparontly a firm crip cm tho Senate of 1'j 5, Now York. S At tlio beck of tho former tho Saturday Mrcffl Half-Holiday law in emasculated and tlio bills fm si fm( resolutions against TruBts aro "hung m lr up " in committees or put iu proooss of f S, strangulation. PS, Ss At tho word of tho political bosses unox- tm $F ceptionablo nominations are ignored that' iiSTS W...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

lBWIWeWWWl................... mSSuir3JiiSivSwrjimtiA igajaasaaaiajLWWsMCaMPIKMiiaiiLate ft , THE "WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1G; 1888. 8 M HEHAY THRONGS DANCING. - A BUCOEBSFUL BECEfTION QITEX BY THE AEOLIAN BOWLING CLUB. Bertes of Ladles In Prettr Toilets In Ten tenia Ilnll (Jentiemen Whom They Dnncrd With Lmnontnene Council l!n terrains It Friend Bchntzen Corpa Ball at Oeruinnla Assembly Itooms, Tho fact that It was Ash 'Wednesday did not socra to havo any offect on tho pleasure of tho many dancers assembled in Toutonla Hall, at tho third annual ball of tho iEollan Bowline Circle Tho floor manager was Abo E. Schwartz and tho assistant Dan. Cohu. On the floor committoo wero : Moe. Ualt, Harry Llohtenberpr, Cbia. CiihD, Sick Jleleheober,, Moe. Levy. Nst. lllrscbbcln, Jacob Dannenberif, Nat. LlcnteDtiertT, Max Falk, Abe L evy, Julius ItotnscMld; ..Eollan Msscot, Max LulL Tho following pretty toilets wore noticed by The Evenino Would reporter. Miss Pauline Freudentbal, black sa...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

Hi.,;. " ')! IKwV "" nTE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1G7188&; I Hli,K ' B0Tn CRUEL AiN1) ILLEGAL. BUM: Bra9P' COKONER MESSEMER DISAITROVES THE HhIpBL 101ION 0F HIS r,iYsiciAN' HB Kp r. Conwnjr llnd No Itlslit to Olvc Dr. HlnK, WKf Nmnmnok nn sOriUr Tor an Autopsy an Hyp fif&r ,he I7" Infant jba1 Klslila lllsre- HBf BB?? ajoxde Dr.Na.mm.irk Inslsta that III Ob HB Bft' mfP' Ject W,u Not ,a Kto-ln ,he Silver Tubes. LBf'BW?Kr Tho'Btoryin tliii morning's Wobld of tho HjEw M) autopfty illegally bold on tho body of Morris Hl) $. Bariti'd two-ycmrold boy, Charles, nt 77 BBSK Sr' Henry street ou Tuesday, nronscd tho Indif,'- HHk rjf nation of otory iiarout who rciul it, mid lias B !K K; fir bod the offoot of ilrnwiiiR attention to tho H IK bL t' looso way in which orders for autopsies nro MmiM.m$.miii granted. i wkkI Tho infant diod on Monday afternoon of Hj ' WJ, v diphtheritio laryncitis, bavinc been attended BB iW T by Dr. William II. Nammack, of 27 Jefferson KB i X' ' stree...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

a ;. -- lW Tt?CI ' ' Uabohs.1 ! "" -flllsic: r-oLv ''II Jw PRICE ONE CENT "" NEW YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1888. PRICE ONE CENtT" 1 m JM retain the hale holiday. w 1 B A GENERAL SENTIMENT AMONG WORKING- H MEN IN ITS FAYOK. Bfl Appeals from Workshop for n I. Kilo Kxtm BH TlrrntulnK-Hprll tiuiployr Who nre Only BB Waiting for Other to Full In I.lno .tier- BB clinuls Would Not bo Inconvenienced Bbb Long Why Home nro Opposed to It. H; Ono argument which is used by thoso who BB nre advocating tho rtponl of tho Saturday BBJL Half-Holiday act is that workiuginou and HJHe women havo nil Sunday fur purposes of ro- BL creation. Such n proposition, of course Bh should havo littlo weight, for many persons, Bh' on nccount of religious scruples, aro uuwill Bfla iug to seek aniusomunt uu that. day. BBV It is also truo that many workers nro so BB tired on Sunday, nftor six full days of toil, jBBf that they do not enro to lenvo tholr home uu BB til Monday morning, when tho round of BJ work begins ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

HHHHHHilMBHPPBSIII IHMsffL ' f' ' FT IMP, .2'' TIIE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1G, 1888. ' . "J H4 TJIE WO ELD. sBaBBHBsnr''' ' Ky'i ' BHBr ' THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16. IBBi Bvnscitipxiofr to mm xrr.xih'o BBffi ' j:i)JTIOX (Including rottagt). BHfly '' -To month, soc; run yeah, $:t.so. IHM Circulation Books and Press Room HwSrl . OPEN TO ALL. HlKHr TnR c"ict"-AT,of' p tiik iT EVENING EDITION IBS' THE wORLD I KKf 0T wce't ending Saturday, Feb. 11. I IhEMk was as follows : I iflBf "Monday I I 4,540 I lE Tuesday I I 0, 1 00 Hw7 Wednesday I 04,360 H HK TunnsDAY 04,300 I BE FllIUAY 100,680 B Saturday I I 2, 1 20 HB sbhBHhS . .- - . . I M E1' TnE M0N0P0I,Y QEIP' BJ lBB&rV The money power mid tho political maclilno B iBSfi ftvo apparently a firm crip ou tho Scnato of b I!k -. cw Yrir- H JEBV'' At tho beck of tho former tho Saturday BJ Bk Half-Holiday law is emasculated and tho bills BJ IHpKf'f d resolutions against Trusts aro "hung BJ jBEiK; up" in committees or put in proce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 February 1888

H THE "WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING; FEBRUARY 10; 1888: t jk 'KERRY THRONGS DANCING; mmmmm - --- VpA BUC0E83FUL RECEPTION GIVEH BI THE' 'H 2E0LIAN BOWLJNd CLUB. H Barle. of Ladle. In Pretty Tolled In Teu. H tonla Hull Uentleiuen Whom Tliey 'm nnnerd Willi I-nmonlntic Council En. 'MM Irrtnlns It Friend. Bcbtitzen Corps Ilnll WW nt (Jermnnla A.aembly lloorns. Jf, Tho fact that it wfts Ash "Wednesday did y not seem to bnvo nny effect on tho pleasure H of the many druicers assembled In Toutonla WmL Hall, at tho third nunual hall of tho iEoliau B Bowling Circle WK The lloor manager was Abo E. Schwartz WM and tho assistant Dan. Cohu. Ou the lloor Uwt committee wero : BH Hoc. Hall, Harry t.lchtenbcrir. Chas. Cahn, H Sick llclclienberir, Moe. Lev. Nat. lllrschbeln, eB Jacob Dannenbcrir. Nat. Uchtcniiorp, Max Falk, Mmm) Abe Levy,Jullas Hothschllil; Lallan Mascot, Max BW, Lalt BBj The following pretty toilots wero noticed J by The Evenino Would roporter. Mlas Pauline Frcmtentlial, black satin, wit...

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. — 16 February 1888

IK TIIE WORLD: TnDRSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10 "1888. ft WHO KNOWS WHEN 1 His name will come on the roll of accidental deaths ? K No One Day or Week Hl Is more likely to be dangerous than any other ; and to B insure one's life for such period and leave it unin- B sured the rest of the year is as rank folly as to Kf insure one's property against fire in the same K way. Read a few of the Chief Items for a m. SINGLE MONTH! isfjBBsf iHr Dkc. 81. Collision on Cincinnati Southern MR. ; ten klllod or fatally acaldoils twolvo badly crusnocl or ,2', scalded. iHJJffF AM. t Eipress telescoped freight on l'ennsylvanla Hit. j three fatally Injured, nve others badly. HF JXH. 6. Falling vUdnct In (,'lcvrlanil, O. ; killed two, Injured lire. HHf-i' Jk. 9 Exploding boiler at Brazil. Int.; Klllod two. Injured live. Union lMcino frilfnt telescored IHx,- express, which caught are; three killed, nluu hurt. flHKl Jam. 10. Derailed sari on lloston and Maine express crukhed tulo water tank; tsrslve Killed, f...

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