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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 February 1888

I I P H E N O fifl P IM A I ?! -sNX- 1 A lilt IRS "" fkbhuary n, ...a, f M I I Record oif cYrcuTatTon feW 'PJE f A UfAw i it niiCQ 1 . LA8T 8UNDAY' I M 1 5 Woek Ending Fob. 1 0,1 883- 1 70,874 j ffllT 1 1 MTTWi StIS raWfllS ffllffl llllll I fffl I1 fl I Week7 'W'W IRHHh w!WPI (P THE WORLD is M '" Warrl" Medim I I PRICE ONE CENT. . NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. M EXTRA WORDS OVER A POLICEMAN. m t GEN. DE PEISTEH AT WAR WITH EX-GOY. HOFFMAN AND GEN. TORTER. All the Tronble Canaed by the Removal of Broadway Policeman Clark rram Twen. ty.rtrat to Eighth Hireet on Charge of Rndene Made by Mr. Hoffman Dinar Fooling rihown by tho Two drneral. The, removal of Policeman John 0. Clark from his old post at Broadway and Twenty, first street to Broadway and Eighth street has created no small stir in the polico world and hat involved cx-Gov. John T. Hoffman lft war with Gen. J. Walts Do Peyster, Mr. Joseph Tark, of Park it Tilford, and several other gentlemen. Into this war...

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. — 17 February 1888

HIET' ' ' - THE 'WORLDt FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 188g. -.. - . 1 fl mm: the world. saflHKKaflsnt r HHl''! HBrt FRIDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 17. rr HBml' BJmaonirxxov xo inn xrziriito K EDITION (Including l'oinge). HKHfl rzx MONTH, 80c. t PER TEAR, $3.S0. BtiKvk - iHSy ' Circulation Books and Pross Room HEtfiC'1; OPEN TO ALL. MLMK -V TDK CIRCULATION OP Tit HK; EVENING EDITION skHtk Hp THE WORLD IRrS"?''' for the week ending Saturday, Fob 11. HKHfr was aa follows i MHflKf Monday 114.540 HK Tuesday 110,100 IK-K Wednesday I 04, 360 lBB TnunsDAY 104,300 IBB? FnroAY 100,680 IKHk' Saturday M 2.1 20 Ee'IB' j J- HBn'' GO TO THE BOTTOM, 1 H JPHTB I P 'r The Benato of New York, stirred to action H KH by the -exposures and appeals of tho prcBs, H HlK m vted to invostlgnto tho Trusts and othor BiBK B Bo combinations intendod to kill competition H BEr? Ka ro ' Poot)'0 H HHrMK.. The inquiry will begin in this city to-mor- H WE & row should bo searching and thorough. H IK Kt e Sugar Trust has i...

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. — 17 February 1888

JPWPW?WWWw?WB' rt , ,, . THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 17 188a . . 3 $H BALLROOM AMUSEMENTS. raiNESS IN BILKS AND SATINS IN V TEUTONIA IIALL. A Meiry Evening; fpent by Friends of the S. B. C Wnlilnlon Market Tnrna Out Mid Diamonds Flash at the Wholrsnle Hatchers' Ball Thti New York Arbroath Association's Dunce. l'rotty Teutonla Ilnll was crowded with loveliness in silks and Batins and gentlemen in black broadcloth Inst night at the fourth annual ball of tho S. S. 0. Frof. Epplnger, with his orchestra of twenty pieces, fur nished tho music. Floor Manager Albert Safft led tho march with Miss Emma Mukstnll. Tho latter woro black satin covered with a mass of jet. Her BleeToless, wido V-cut corsago was puffed with dotted tullo. Lnco mousquetaircs were worn to tho shouldors. Uoro aro somo other toilets which wore noted: Mrs. Junes Uergess, black satla and Jet, wltn a bonquet of Marcclial Nlrl rose". Muu Lizzie llotterbertb, floriated satla, with a corsage bouqnet of lilies o( the va...

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. — 17 February 1888

BKiBf ' f THE .WORLDj ' FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 1899. ' ' WrfrTT, r wf- BR "WHERE CAN "WANT" ADV'TS ffil THE WORLD HBf BE LEFT")" Bf 1 68 BRANCH OFFJCES HHIBk NfC(V YORK, 120T nrodrrn. nnooit. HK K AUTHORIZED OFFICES Ht Bp1 i ,he Hecfpilon of Advertlaemenu at the iHt B' ltegnlnr Ariverilatnat IMteai HS H NHW YOlllt !ITY. LK E?; nierrkcmrrrel, U44. JKUnKYCITY. H: V Urrnrtwiiri UOO, 1S0S 4iiiuviia. Iri.t. K I ; SBSsSassw t: ssESr-w & B j IfO"? elevated ata. ,., (104 incur :ilih t LKf iTennoA, 08. inihnvettue, lfl?H. IK K llCsf"1"' ""dtf3d real. 18(5 nnd !(' 'SAY"" ,083 'nd si'lli.trMlVmiHl Wt Hflt lOOD.lOiSlnndailO. 14ml, ,irpet and Wll- HlBk BROOKLYN. ' HOIIOKBN.N.J. WK' Wnxhlnjjton atreet, KCBBH Mantle avenue, fiOO 1U.1. HKr' Millfin. NBtVARIC.. J. BMW fnftnVtVrF?' 83B nrnrtd .tree,. 774. HK 1 1?7 ntt'l 5 IS. 83'' AHHI RY PARK. N. J. Bib avenue, corner Oth II. & H'.Naftal. Hj& Mreet. i.KTATKN l-LAND. HH(' .ONO IHI.ANnOITY. VV. A. Cariiiohn. 14 HHP garden ttvenno. ft...

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. — 17 February 1888

hht? M PHENOMENAL!: WW. jflND SflTrr! Record of Circulation :j sM . mML r, Qff hi GOES ! 4,07V WanV j I Week Ending Feb. 10, 1883- 170,874: Yf1 Hi U$ WWlJGS HUflt li Ml HF S MM : '"' S II :.....,.,.,.,....,.,........,....,..,.,..,.,..,.,..,..: vLjP' j IflJC Ul ?AElMllvU Aw VVlinMtlfWTiTfll IMI'ffl v5LMVV'I a MIL M H Ml 3 Tiir umni n :.. tiit iii i w j- ? ll!:.?.!iy!f.?..'..2'.!.?.).'.?I!?j SrvJ'b' mmMmmWmwMn &J&wwvW E31lMJf.J5. I I PRICE OM3 CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. TRICE ONE CEN'1 WORDS OVER A POLICEMAN. iGEN. I)E PEYSTER AT WAR WITH EX-GOV. HOFFMAN AND OEN. PORTER. All the Trouble Caused hy the Urinnvnl of Tlrondwny 1'uliceiiiiin Clnrk I'ruui Tweii ly. first lo J'.lclilli Street tin C'liiirnri of" ICiiilcnran Made by .11 rv I Icifl rtntli Hitler Feelings Hliuwii by Ibo Two C.ciicrttli. Tho removal of I'oliconmn John 0. Olnrk from bis old post at Broadway and Twenty, first street to Broadway nutl Eighth street bus created no small stir in tho police world ...

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. — 17 February 1888

KM ' 1 HBfv 2 TIIE "WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. HBt THE WORLD. HMi, ' E' FRIDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 17. IHbI.' gxwscnirTJox xo hit: rrr.yixa mMi IWITIOS (Including l'oilage). HBH. TEIiM0KTU,30e. rlt YEAH, $3.50. lit Circulation Books and Press Room HnUr OPEN TO ALL. iHHkSlll Ti,k CIRCDLATIOS OF TI1R KB EVENING EDITION HI ; THE world H flBI for (be week ending Saturday, Feb. 11. H Hbff was as follows : I ! Monday I I 4.540 HiBA Tuesday MO, I 00 H flgl "Wednesday 104,360 H BH) Thursday I 04, 300 R I Friday 100,680 H mm I" Saturday I 2, 1 20 H jRK I 00 TO THE BOTTOM, HB IKS ' Scunto of Now York, stirred to action H I toy tlio exposures and appeals of tbo press, H !hB has voted to investigate tlio Tmsts and other H HI I combiuntioiis intended to kill competition mm nl (iu ro uo i'co"'0- Bn 'hX? 8 ''10 'u(lu'Ty will begin in tbis city to-mor- H BK; (1. row. It should lio searching and thorough. H Br ffi Tbo Sugar Trust lias its bcndciunrters hero. H flB HI, Other combiuotions...

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. — 17 February 1888

I THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17. 1888. 3 1 BALLROOM AMUSEMENT M IOYELINESB IN SILKS AND SATINS IN I TEUTON'IA HALL U A Merry livening fpent liy FrlcniU of I ho H fj. H. C Wiiftlilnstoit Market Tiirnn Out H nml llliuiiomU I'lmli nt tlio Whntmiale I lliitcliera' Hull Tim New York Arliroutli Aesoclnllon'ai Ounce. I Frctty Totilonin Hull was crowded with I lovcliuessm silks r.ud uatini nud gentlemen A in black broadcloth last night nt tho fourth nununl hall of tho S. S. C. l'rof. Epniuccr, with his orchestra of twenty pieces, fur. Dished tho music. Tloor Manager Albert Snltt led the march with Miss Emma Mukstall. Tho latter woro blue; satin covered with a mass of jot. Her Hleovelcsi, wide V-cut corsngo wus puffed with dottod tullo. Laco uiousnuctiiircs wcro vorii to tho shouldoia. Hero uro somo other toilets which woro tiotod : Mm. James Herges, Mack satin and Jot, wltu a bouquet ol Mnrc!iul Nlcl loses. Miss Lizzie Iloderbcrth, norlatcil satin, with a corsiiijc" bouquet of lili...

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. — 17 February 1888

BBSm . 4f TITE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17,"18S8. I Mtt' " WHERE CAN " WANT " ADV'TS BHKRh: rolt Hit THE WORLD lBP be Lf T ? " H; , HUriiATJil) QUICK V l RH lO RANCITCF F rCEs IbV HjHIw 1 Ml i iii i r I V II tfK'V Vimit, 1207 llrnttdrrnrt llltOOIt. BSL R J.YN. 32:1 VuablnKton t.i JKICMKY C1TT, BBe ' ' t)U ftlonloini,rT .1.1 IIAUI.ipi. 2UT hut BB ' Mlli .l WAMlllNUTON.UlUUIUal. BBF i.ONItoN OFl'ICl!, 32 Cocltapur sU. Trn. Hi laJcnr Mqunre. IB AUTHORIZED OFFICES BBL Tor llie Itrcrpllan or AiUrrllaenioiit. ut llio BIBBS' ' Itesulnr Ailvcrilaltm Ituleai flBE J m:h yiihii mv. BJ BBE '-. nirrrlicmtrrel, U44. JKIttKY CITY. Bb)BB J lowery, 30. . urK uvtHiue, 1)03. BBT t rniilwn, 1140, 1238 4iiii,r, ,i,' "" . U' 14H4. M10II1O1I1 iivrmii', IS. Bff i)iilpiii.irirl,07 (near on, meiiuo, 1.W nml K UlyliiBioii.treet). I04U. BBS ' " rleTiiIni .In- ,1.,, (V oienr nilth 'H YnS .W,.?33cor. rfbWWAffifflto. H jFbVr'.VJu... i,.vi'::,ji3,I": HBP A,r.'-""0 A,i5a:... 1 10th nnini, ItlW. BJ KB lids"""...

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. — 17 February 1888

I PHENOMENAL!! -gIF- - I AND SO prrr I I I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. PRICE ONlTcENT. 1 WORDS OVER A POLICEMAN. . GEN. DE FEYSTEU AT WAR WITH FX-GOY. HOFFMAN ANI) GE. PORTER. All I lio Trouble Cntictl b llic Uciunvnl of Ilrnnilivny rollceiiiiiu (link Irnm Tiven. ty.llMt to l.lghth Street mi Cliurnepi of ltiiileucii Mintc by .11 r. Ilnllninn Hitter Fcellnga Shown liy the Two (ienerul. Tho removal of Policeman John C. Olnrk from his old post nt Hrondway and Twenty first street to Hroadvvay nnd Eighth street Iiiih created no sinoU stir in the police world nml lms hmilved e-C5ov. John T. Hodman in war with Ocn. J. Watts Do Pejster, Mr. Joseph 1'ork, of Park .V Tilfonl, and several othir gi ntlenicn. Into this war tho jiotrd of Police Commissioners nud Mayor Hewitt hovo been drawn. Liko many other wars, tho cause of this ono is a w oman. Olio afternoon Mrs. Hoff man's carriage became entangled in tho rails oullroadway at Twenty .first street, causing ii blockodo...

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. — 17 February 1888

B I f o THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. 1 THE WORLD. I H FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17. WKB' B9v BvitscitirrioN to iue evening H'' EDITION (Including l'oitagt). HB' TEltMOXTU, 30c. f PER YEA.lt, $3.G0. HH Circulation Books and Press Room H9f OPEN TO ALL. BjB TlIK CIRCULATION OF TUB EVENING EDITION mtm THE WORLD HH for the woek ending Saturday, Feb. 11. lEBl: wns ii8 followH : Hb'K - - flfl Monday I 4.540 HM' Tuesday O, I 00 El ' Wednesday I 04,360 iff 'i TnunsDAY I 04,300 life Riiuay 100,6801 II ! Saturday I I 2, 1 20 j Kp 00 TO THE BOTTOM. UK Tlie Sonnto of New York, Mirrcd to fiction KK ly tlio exposures nnd appeals of tliu press, Wmk lias voted to investigate tlio Trusts and other mjW, combinations intended to kill competition K, ' And rob tlio people Bf Tho inquiiy will begin in this city to-mor- KK row. It should bu scnrcliing and thorough. HE ' Tim Sugar Trust has its headquarters hero. K'Ki Other coiubiuatious can ho uncovered if the iWjK coimnitteo shall resolve ...

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. — 17 February 1888

r THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17. 1888. 3 1 PIUROOM AMUSEMENTS. J& I JFlOVELIh'ESS IN SILKS A.SD BATIKS IN M5 TEUTOXIA HALL' t A Marry Evenlne f-pent liy Friend of llio M tf. K. C VVnalilnMoii Alnrkrl Turns Out B mid DlninoiiiW l'huli nt llir Wliolinnlo I llutcliorn Hull Tlio New York Arlironlh H AHSoclutlnn's Dunce. Jl Pretty Teutonin Hall was crowded with vi lovcliucsB in silk r.ud Bntins mid pcntleinon in blade broadcloth liiHt night nt tlio fourth ninitiitl ball of tlio S. S. C. l'rof. Kppiueer, with liis orchostra of tweuty pieces, fur lilslied the music. Floor Manager Albert Salt t led tlio inarch with Miss Hiiuun Miikstnll. Tlio latter wore black satin covered with a muss of jet. Her nleuvuless, wiilo V-cut cornago was puffed with dotted tullo. l.aeo uiousiiuetuiros were Worn to the nliou!dcis. Hero nro souio other toilets which wore noted : Mrs. Janira llorgcsH, Idack Batln and Jet, wlta a bouquet ol Miiroi'tiul Mel rosea. Miss I.lzzle Ilollerliertri, norlateil B...

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. — 17 February 1888

HR I i H mm m II 1 TTTE WORLD: FRTDAY 1i:VENTM7TJB11UAIIY 171888: . . I II ' " WHERE CAN " WANT " ADV'TS I THE WORLD I BE LEFT?" I wie fcV(0ir,t,TT.,ffpo,'lcE8 1 UEl'liATliU QUUltYi J 1 68 BRANCH OFFICES It tfKW Vnillt, 1207 nramtirnTi IlItonK- m I.V., 32:1 tuiiiiiuin -t.j jitiMiiv city, W .llnnmnnirrv M. t It AKI.IMI, U7 l.ftal ,i llolli HI. I HAsllINUTON, (110 I lllinl. i I.O.MltlN OITICK, UU CutH.pur U, Tru ll, luliinr Square. I AUTHORIZED OFFICES 1 For tlie Jtrrrptlnn of Advertisement, at the Uranlnr AiWrrll.Inc ltuleu NlilVYUUKCITY. Illrrrhciratrrel, 344. JBIIHKY CITY. Ilowrry, 34t. uru aveimr, (IU3. llraniUrnr, uildt 1U38 dtli uvrnue. ia.. find MM I. buulh oih nveinif, IS. (Iiiilniiirtrf,n7(nnr(;ii ,., 132 nnil f ItlvliiHlon .trci-ll. ... uua. 1 Ilpobrn.ara trret, 22 Hlh tr.. till (npiir I 11 li V (loot rlevntnl tu. i.j, (Mil (liinr tllltli tflSS f.tr.,..33 (cor- Hffrll.I'iVaW.'&ll. j Avi-nneA. 32. . lOttmvruur, HI2K. f IlolT nn" 23d klrvrl, I3U nnil I sAnyniie, 1323 nn.l ...

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. — 18 February 1888

mfflPl ' -xW f "YOU FIND ALL THAT YOU WAHT 1H l " 9 IlE SUNDAY WORLD ipfe. T HE' SUNDAY 'WORLD M II PRICE ONE CENT. IViV YORK, SATURDAY, FEIJRUAIIY 18, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. W Uot wmm H LET THE BILL BEST. 9 Give the Saturday Half-Holiday Law I a Fair Trial. 1 Law-Makers Express Opinions I for "The Evening World." I . M Bennlor Hollly's (inllnnt, Almost Mingle. H Untitled Fight A kiI nnt ilio CiipllnHsta I TliC WnRC-Worlicrs Waul n Hnlf llolldny tho Yinr Around, but the llniikrm Do I Not A I.nily Writes n Letter at Thimbu I la Mr. Itellly Tlio I.nvv Ik far lint Ilcncflt of tlio Tolling; Musses Told In Verse. I trrcL to Tnr. W0M.D.1 1 Albany, Fob. 18. Senator Edward F. I Beilly's gallant fight against the inonopollbts who are employing tlio must desperate meaiin M to BocViro ft ropenl of tlio Saturday Hiilf-IIoli- day law, lifts thus far proved successful! m Almost alone, he has been able, tempo- B xarily, at least, to block tho game of tho tools K of corporations. jl Senator Walker, ...

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. — 18 February 1888

MBBBBBBBBBMBBSmtflyi PRTS . . THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18. 1888. ' ' ' mm: 'the wo eld. BBBflfw-. rMOMifXrrM.riMf o. flHB) SATURDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 17. IHHr. FyBVBV'' BxmBcniTTiox to inn jsrmrixo BwAflflP EDITION (Including Pontage). H " MONTH, 30c. I PER YEAR, $3.B0. flflflflflfls't ' k' Circulation Books and Press Room HHf OPEN TO ALL. BbBbKC Tn Circulation or tiib Hf EVENING EDITION Ef' THE WORLD BbBBW'1 for the week ending Saturday, Feb. 11. BBflBfry wns h follows I JS . Monday 77777 j' 47540 IK; Tuesday I I 0,1 00 I B1 "Wednesday I 04,360 Kjt'v Thdbsday ., J 04,300 Rll Fiuday 100,680 HEF; Saturday 112,120 BBBBBBBMK,' -. BVfl THE BEADING TEDOE. BBBbb-T ' As usual in settlements of labor strikes HRja where gaunt hunger stands close behind tho BBflBjr'''- strikers, capital cots tho meat and gives labor BbBbVk the sholl in the compromiso of tho Beading ttVti'L eoal tronblcs. B The minora cot a promiso to havo the ques- BflflBflcit' tioa of wages " considered," after ...

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. — 18 February 1888

" THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, 1888. it ? NJ0Y1NG GOLDEN HOURS. Hall of the tbiple alliance at LEX IT INGTON AYENUB OPERA-HOUSE. j Bepreinta(,Tea from Out of Town In the Throng nf Dancer ninny Ilnnitnnmr Toilettes Horn nn tlm llttllroom Floor Keceptlon nf I.lltmnnn Clnsn .11. (Jolil. bora's Employees' llntrrtnlnincnt. The reporter of The Eyt.nino Wonxn thought that Wall street had niljoumcil to tho Lexington Avonuo Opera-IIpuso when ho entered that resort Inst evening. Lois of i' BOlTent looking gentlemen were (hero, aud in the ballroom huudreds of pretty girls wcro Been in tho mazy waltzes. 1'rof. Snnso nnd forty musicians wcro on tho Btngo giving tho 1 " Woman's Lovo " waltz. "Kfco ball," remarked Dctoctlvo Hank Oomlsh, and ho was right. Tho hall was givon by tho Trlplo Allianco of "Wholesalo Furuitnro and Carpet Dealers, and wus its Becond reception. Among thoso on committees wcro the fol lowing gentlemen : Entertainment Committee Georgo II. Morris, Chalrrosn; F. IV....

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. — 18 February 1888

HBPPPWW- jjw El THE ROLL OF MERIT. HHHP i HH 's Names of Children Who Are Highest flHHP" in Thoir Glasses. Hi- Tho Week's Record of Prlmary- HEfv School Pupils. HbH -tjf-M-t-W Good Reaulta Apparent from the Printing or mKil tfae Kail of Merit Children Uracil to HR! Brester Efforts to Kxccl-lluiitlntlon tsi HEfif Btausl Highest In Their Clnsses Wlial KKSfc' Home rrlnclpnln Hay About II. rjfHtlB That the Koll of Merit lins boon brnoOcinl BHp; to tho chilirfcn in tho primary schools 1b -l-i-Hs-H 'eonornlly ntlmittcil. They linvo boon in. -ifl-H-H-f , spired to work lmrtlor nt their stmlici nuil to Hsflt' rhe erontor nttention to correctness of do- -QiE.V;'i portmont. Somo principals b.i,v thnt print- BHRr. ing tho names, of tho scholars slnntlinp; -&i-H.il-Ho 1iishes( in thoir cIas'cj 1ms nrousoil in the HKr "breasts of tho childron nmbition to bo first. H-MHfc!, And that the improvemrnt is very nppnront. -i-Hlflre! Such names ns did not nrrivo In time tor -IHBf-K!' to-day's Ishuo ...

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. — 18 February 1888

'lffilCl W60 ' If" YOU FIND ALL THAT YOU WANT V "3B I XHESUNDAY WORLD Kl flOiHRAY WORLD M f New YorkLadies Distinguished at jlCg. K !l itfif 1 ,Ti"S"TS"m' ' '9 I Bm Ny from cJOfflcRor,at,n3 HP BllHi llvlRF i' ffl' Mf ' IW'nI' W W IP Another ChaptTiriof Sinij Slnfl PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. H 1 LET THE BILL REST. Give the Saturday Half-Holiday Law a Fair Trial. Law-Makers Express Opinions for "The Evening World." Senator Itcllly' flntlniit, Almost Nlngle Hnndcil FlKht Aunlnst the CnpltullstH Tlio WnRe-AVorkcru H'nnt n. Ilnlf llollilny tlio Yrnr Around, lint the Iliuikrrn l)n Mot A I.nily Writes a belter ol Thnnk to Dlr. llellly The Law Ik for the llcnetlt of the Tolling Jlnwci-Told In Verse. tfrFCIAt, TO TrfE WOnLt.1 Auiani, Fob. 18. Senator Edward F. Iteilly'a gallant fight ogninst tlio monopolists who nro oinployiug tho most desperato means to securo a ropeal of tho Saturday Holf-Holi-day law, has thus fnr proved Hiicccssftil. Almost alo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 18 February 1888

HPtP V THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, 1888. T HBf THE WORLD. HH SATURDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 17. IHEli' sujJEcnirTiox to iirjn r.ritsixo H?- JSniTlOy (Including 1'ottage). BK Jf-S-R MONTIl, 30c; PER YEAR, $3.B0. HR Circulation Books and Press Room HB; OPEN TO ALL. Ku"i- Tux Circulation op tdi b evening edition K: the world HsflKr',' for the week ending Saturday, Fob. 11. HjK was as follows : KjBf, Monday i T4.54CT HH' Tuesday 110,100 KH- 'Wednesday 104,360 Hv' Thursday 104, 300 KH Friday 100,680 BB Saturday 112,120 K ' j HRf THE EEADIHO TRUCE. HHft', An usual in settlements of labor strikes IEBE where gaunt hungor stands close behind tbo yBWMMji strikers, capital gets tho meat and gives labor HflHjft tbo shell in tbo compromise, of tho Heading KK& onl troubles. HEflB' Tbo miners got a promiso to hnvo tbo qucs- HHBv, tion of wages "considered," after work is ro. Hbllril sumod. Ozar Cobbin gets a resumption of jHfflHp mining at tbo old wages, after bo has worked HjR' off ...

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. — 18 February 1888

MHHHHHn 'Tjl THE.WQRLD: J3ATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, 1888. ar SM 5enjoying golden hours. 11ball op the triple alliance at lex m ington avenue opera-house. BA Itepreientmtlve. .from Out of Town In the II Tbroni of Unnceri Jinny Iliindaomr II Toilette. Seen on the Ilallrnom Floor Reception of I.lttinnnn'a (Jinan .11, (lold IB berg' liraplojreea' i:nlcrmliiincol. II Tho .repprter of The Evenijjq Would II thought that Wall (street had adjourned to PJB tho Lexington Avon.no Opcrn-Houso when ho M enterod 'that' resort last evening. Lots of Ik solvent looking gentlemen were, thoro, and in m tho ballroom hundreds of pretty girls were II ee on in tho mazy waltzes, l'rof. HansQ.and I forty musicians" wero on tho stngo giving flie II "Woman's Lovo" waltz. U "Kico ball," remarked Detoctivo Hank N Cornish, and ho was right. Tho ball was HI given by tho Triplo Allianco of Wholesalo H Furniture hnd Corjrct Scalers, and was its W second reception. Among thoso on committees woro tho fol lowing ge...

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. — 18 February 1888

rap. f 4 THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, 1888. H3I THE ROLL OF MERIT. HH iBk,! " h ? Names of Children Who Are Highest HH HBi in Thoir Glasses. bsbbbbsbsbbW sassS?' H H& "rho Week's Hooord of Prlmary- bibbW BeV School Pupils. LflsVI H-r Ha H ,' Hood Resalta Apparent from tlio Printing of arBBSW: fl ,ho nn r Merit Children I)rrl to aSBBSBi iSK Greater Effort, to Uxccl Emulation In HHB i HjjCT Htand Highest In Thrlr Clnsac. What HHK. BHf' Maine Principal tiny About It. WKE.wUBft' That the Ttoll of Merit hns liocu beneficial BnjEHHW to the children in tho priinnry rcIiooIh in HHB, Ceoemlly ndinlttdl. They hnvo been m- HJBrBKy spired to work harder at their studios and to mWtBJ.Wmv Rive greater attention to correctness of tic HiKH' portment. Somo tiriuciiitili wiy that priiit- BBB&Bp leg the namos of tho scholars stnnding atVBf SBSnrt - lilgheat in thoir elns'cs has aroused in tho eHflrlaSBsMf'' broasts of tho clitldrcu ambition to bo first, H HlHbB& tmc uat tllc h...

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