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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 18 February 1888

UNUSUALLY BRIGHT WILL BE I ilZ YOU FIND ALL THAT YOU WAKT IN ' 'J H "" Sjs.isans.sis. Ill !..(. l..Sl.t.soi..l..l,.l.,fl.iti C"ZCW1&tWVV-?l,,jii--" jM);l..l.l"l,.l..s,l...,,,1i, .:,,,.,. .,..,,. .. ...,,,,.., H the Sunday world :3i5 8 IWmr ' " XB5ABSRAX. world !w flp New York Ladies Distinguished at ir idlA 5SSfeE? PHl svlv w fc A Mean and Shabby Swindle on tjR- E Bill Nyo on His Travols and Rovolatlons vSfcaJ jE)II ISL teVlBr h! )J Jlk So J (H IlilL 1 A. Anothor Chapter of Brlof Sing Sinn ?B L from Coroners' Offlcoi. N VJF NS JlMMlfllM "it ,'11 ' M JEW XS2'SPrVr y N$r vs- y Prison Autoblopraphlos. jH BfpRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. Jfl Extra LET THE BILL REST. IjRp Give the Saturday Half-Holiday Law a Fair rial, I Law-Makers Express Opinions I for " The Evening World." I Senator Itellly'e flallant, Almost Hlngle. Handed' Fight Against (he Capitalists The Wage-Workere Wnnt a Ilnir Holiday the Year Around, but the Dankcra Ho Not A Lady Wri...

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

IHh B&j', SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17. wJr BVjtscnirxioir xo una BTHiriiro B' ' EDITION (Including rottage). HK; PER MONTH, 30c. f PER TEAR, $3. bo. H'' PV Circulation Books and Pross Room H&i OPEN TO ALL. HIHjftL"1 TM CinccuinoN or tbi HBa EVENING EDITION HE a THE WORLD HE? for the week ending Saturday, Feb. 11. Hb? was an follows I b Monday I 4,540 Kp. i Tuesday 110,100 Hp .Wednesday 104,360 HL; ' TmmsDAY I 04,300 WKKh Fridat 100,680 Kk -' Saturday 2, 1 20 Bf TEE READING TBUOE. Hpj Ai nml in settlements of labor strikes EKi'' where count hunger stands closo behind tho HsT" strikers, capital cots tho meat and elves labor KQ the shell in tho compromise of tho Reading B( coal troubles. .Ht; The minors get o promiso to hrvvo tho ques- Bk. t ion' of wages " consldorod," aftor work is ro- HHl ' Burned. Czar Ooiibik gets a resumption of IKu mining at tho old wages, aftor ho has workod Hp, off the supply on hand at an advance i n prices Kf that will moro than cover all Iobscs oc...

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

. yWWF'"i .ranBVoRLDVt gATURDAYVEPgNG, FEBRUARY. 18, 188a " 'Wm JOYING--GOLDEN HOURS? BaLL OF THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE AT LEX- BF INGTON AYENUE OFEBl-nODSB. A Bepresentatlvea from Oat of Town In the W Throne of Dnnccra illnny Ilnndaotne R Toilette! Hern on the Ilnllrnoin Floor IB Iteceptlon of I.lUmrinii'a Clntn-.tI.Uold I bers'o Employees' Entertainment. WK Tho "reporter of Trie Evr.NrNo Wobld B. thought that "Wnll strcot had adjourned to B tho Lexington Avenue Opora-Houso when ho B entered that resort last oveuing. Lots of H' solvent looking gentlemen wero there, and in TKk tho ballroom hundreds of pretty girls wero B Ec6n in tho mazy waltzes. Prof. Sanse and H forty musicians wero on tho stage giving tha " Woman's Lovo " waltz. fjV "Nice hall," remarked Detoctivo Hank fm Cornish, and ho was right. Tho hall was K given by tho Triplo Allianco of "SVholcSalo !" Furniture and Carpet Dealers, and was its K second reception. H Among tlioso on committees wore tho fol- H lowing gentlemen : H ...

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

HI , i " 4 ' THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, lm.'"' 1Wt'w'2T7Jt' p If THE ROLL OF MERIT. Hn' : HBf ' Barnes of Children Who Aro Highest igggHeHP in Their Glasses. HQBkv HBHp' The Week's Rocord of Prlmary- HHp; School Pupils. Kl'' HsgggsSr '' Good Reanlts Apparent from the Prlntlnit or HHf- . tbe Roll of Merit-Children limed to Hf'V Greater Efforts to Uxofl Hiitnlntlnn In Bbr, Ktnnd Highest In Tliclr C'lnsses Wunt Pf' Home Principals Hay About 11. HHp, ', That the Holl of Merit hns been hcncflrJnl HHilf? totlio children in tho linmary schools is BRhb; generally nduiitted. Thoy have been m. IVh't Fplrcd to work .harder at tliclr studios and to nBBiili fdl Wentor attention to correctness of do- HBHBr porttneut. Home principals say that print- HBKi lng the names of tho scholars standing HMK.'. Llghost in their clnsses has nronsed in the HBBn breasts of tho children ambition to be first, HHy and that tho iniprovcnicnt is very apparent. IBBlv Snch names as did not arrive in timo...

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. — 20 February 1888

w 1 "WANTS" IN THE WORLD -P- IIfifiltfSiKH&SSM 9 h YESTERDAY -4,(548 SlKlrt Su fllf flMTi 7 II I 7 M ' 8 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 30, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. II 1 3 O'CLOCK I KEEP THE HALF HOLIDAY. 1 ALL WORKING PEOPLE WANT IT AND NO T ONE WOULD LOSE DY IT. I H "" ajfl Broker. Merchant and Other Men of Ilasl- rB ll Want tbe Custom Observed A Teni- ' peranc Advoeato Want It During; Only ,M the Summer Month" The livening AW World'" Crusade Widely Appreciated. jH 1 Expressions of opinion piokod up at ran If om By EtKNIN0 Would reporters in differ Ill II cnt parts of tho city Bhow that tho half-holi-m'l day question has obtainod a Ann hold on the w.'B minds of all classes of people. ml Henry Fitch, a well-known stock brokor JM and prominent momber of tho Stock and Po- troloum Exchange, is an oarnost advocate of SI the Saturday half holiday. To on EvxNiita aI WoitLD reportor ho said i JJB, "Tho working peoplo should certainly have VI a half holiday on Saturday. I am n...

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. — 20 February 1888

MHMffPWfflHBfH ii'iiiiwiTipip'i' ' mm ggmMggH Br K 2 THE WORLD t MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20," 1888. ' 1 It HE WO ELD. K M6NDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2a ft gVJtSCJtTFTJOy TO IBB JCTSIfXtrQ $ XDJTIOX (Including Pottage). W& FEU MONTH, 30cf PER YEAS, $3.60. I Circulation Books and Press Room A; TDK CtSCVLATIOH Or TUB I EVENING EDITION mm. or gTHE WORLlD for the week ending Saturday, Feb. 18. waa as follows : I' Monday 92,040 I' Tuesday 99,000 I Wednesday 88,400 fk Thursday 88640 W Fbiday 89,760 f Saturday 92,800 Average for week.. 91,773 ASK THE WOBKEBSi WB- The Saturday Half Holiday is not going jS Just yet. And if it does not co now, it will gjjjj become a permanent institution. Rtfi The law has not bad a fair trial. Sordid jifK money-makers liavo sought to nullify it. Kfc Other employers of labor, naturally liberal- ftp hearted, have found it difficult to readjust Mh their business to tho law's requirements. All Jj reforms take time. Givo this ono timo and iM- nobody will think of ...

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. — 20 February 1888

.iiiiiiiiiiiMallMlMallMiMlM BgSgHgnHnBeMHRMMIinKK -T""'J' -. " -i-f. 'Tin r l' v' -r-ir-rin w ir mM THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRtJAHY 20; I88a' fr 'Ml ' HAPPY BRIDES AND DANCERS. EVENTS OP THE SOCIAL SEASON IN WHICH ntJNDREDS TOOK PAHT. Blmon a-odge Alaklna Merry In Tentonla .Iall-TJnll of tlio Welt.ICnown Club Married Couplci Congratulated at Wed iliac Reception Hon of Benjamin Cole A brnto nn Anniversary. On both Saturday and on Sunday night numerous throngs tnado merry lu the ball rooms in this city. Homo of the entertain ineuts woreciven hi order to draw a crowd to a performance by amateur actors, some for profit, some for charity and some for pleas ure pure and simple. Teutonia Hall lnut night contained a large crowd of pretty girls and young men simply pleasure bout. It was the ball given by Simon Lodge, No. 23, 1. O. P. 8. of I. Tho music was by Eppinger's orchestra. Floor Manager Siegfried Cohu. with his wife, led the grand march. Mrs. Cohn was dressed in black satin, tri...

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. — 20 February 1888

HP' ' "" '" ' w ' wjf3$wt LHBfE!ivV ' H HK . V THEWDRIiDf MONDAY EVENING FEBRtTATtYa;i88: ' fl S TllK COWS ARE TO BLAME. f.K . . HkW AN RSOV 0A8E GROWS OUT OF A FARMER'S HH TUEBPAS8INQ CAITLE. K,H'1 pate nested Impanndii III Nalbboi IAys. FHti Slack ntid Cause Trouble The Church K Wjy Take the Dialler la Hand but FalU Is ? Rreonrlle the Disgruntled Agriculturist K''fl', and Darn Ilesln to Burn. H$ BR' , tSPIClit, to mx WOULD. 1 HB Wnt$ .BRlDoirOBT. Conn., Feb. 18. Th lataooiCon- B iL, nectlcut barn.burnlng one, known for tho past B- K? decide In the court records of Fairfield County by ?T rtc title: ''Mead vs. llusted,'' has reierttlj maul- Hpi)K r Zested liens ot re rival In a most amuilnir manner. HTBv Dartd H. Hutted, tbe alleged barn-burner, Is a K,.y' farmer In Greenwich. Ho It a big black-whlskercd J,p bachelor who U supposed to bo well-to-do. The K p, notoiloty whloh tho law has brought him Hl if. lias made him one of the teat-known men In bli HKl' ' - taction and quite a soc...

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. — 20 February 1888

I "WANTS" INTHE WORLD -W- p!2Ss523E!i2!lSS! ! ljl i yesterday . 4,648 fgtk .mi AtWJTin ? 7 n 1 ? (1 11 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 91 LAST EDmON. RUIN AND DEATH. Terrible Scenes in the Fated Town of Mount Vernon, 111. An Eye-Witness Describes the Descent of tho Tornado. Thirty- Seven Pcrion Were Killed nnd jj About Tiro Hundred aro Injured The 7j Big FnnneUShnped Clond was Been Ap- I J proacblng, lint Only n moment' Warn- Ins wu Glren Tumbling; of the Ills Court-House Fartlnl Llat of the Killed and Injured. IITICUI TO XBX W0S.LD.1 MotmT Vebnon, 111., Feb. 20. Tho scenes ibis morning after tho torriblo tornndo of yesterday afternoon aro pitiful and yot aston ish inc. Never was destruction moro swift or com plete. The storm burst forth in an instant and in lessthan two minutes thirty-sovon people had bcon lulled and nearly 200 in jurod. An' eye-witness thus describes tho scenot " It was all over in a minuto. Tho thing that most impressed mo was...

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. — 20 February 1888

bHESI WWlfrS -lw"' I r ; n fyw , , OVP-i ,. !.,. " ,rt . rjvf... f ,. jriV1). T - i W,$t ' fr " "JOT VSW" "J "WwTf"-' I X.Wm"'"' W. STOW !T WVSU EtHl. WORLD. wmf " B JVtlMfyi1urr.MrMflafGa. K MONDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 20. Burp" & Bvnscnirriox to the evening IEp EDITION (InttucHnrf l'r$tnge). Hp JPSRUONTU, 30c; 1'EIt YEAH, $3.G0. IjV'ljM auL , .iii R Circulation Books and Press Room Kp OPEN TO ALL. HP TDK CIRCCLAT10S OF TUB f EVENING EDITION I or Wk THE WORLD Kp for (ho week ending Saturday, Feb. 18. Mpi was as follows : Monday 92,040 B Tuesday 99,000 Wednesday 88,400 ' ft- Thursday 88,640; Wfr ?biday 89,760! m Saturday. 92,800 1 $ Avorapro for wook.. 91.773! fc i -j ' ASK THE WOEKERSi V& Th Saturday Half Holiday is not poing fj jnjtyct. And if it does not go now. it will tj becomo a permanent institution. gt The law has not had a fair trial. Sordid 8toney-makcrs havo soucht to nullify it. Other employers of labor, naturally liberal. H' hearted, have found it difficult to read...

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. — 20 February 1888

I HAPPY BRIDES AND DANCERS. ;l ETENTS OF TOE SOCIAL SEASON IN WHICH ' HUNDBEDS TOOK TAUT. Wa Blmpn Ixodes ninklnc Dlerry In Tcutonl MM flntl nail of the WelLKnovrn Clnb H married Conples Congratulated fit Wed- H dinar Reception Hon of Benjamin Cele. H f brate an Anniversary. I On both Saturday and on Sunday night H numerous throngs' made merry in tho ball- H rooms in this city. Somo of the entortalu- ments were given in order to draw a crowd to I a performance by amateur actors, some for S profit, some for charity and somo for pleas. uro pure and simple. Teutonia Hall last night contained a large I crowd of pretty girls and young men simply I pleosuro bent. It was the ball given by Simon Lodge, No. 23, 1. 0. F. S. of I. Tho miiaio was by Eppingor's orchestra. Floor I Manager Siegfried Cohn. with his wife, led the grand march. Mrs. Cohn was dressed in I black satin, trimmed with black laco. II. I Klinger and his wifo, who was also dressed I in black satin, followed next. Here are I n...

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. — 20 February 1888

ssajsHLMpsa KfVir P THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 1888.' yp T M BLi li' ' - W ? WHERE CAN "WANT" ADV'TS THE WORLD E' BE LEFT 7" p 1 68 brancWfrcesI EJvJf Mt mm, m , , is.sjsisiiss.i.JMs.iii-sri-rsM.g; SET .RfiW YOI1K, 1201 IlroaiI.vn.rt IIKOOK. Mftt I'.Vf' 3SU WiiihlHnlon .1.1 JltjcrtliY CITY. KT ill Alnntft-nmrry i.i II Altl.lt.il, ism l.u! Bjt IlOlli I.I WANllI.NfiTON.IIH) lllll.l. Bf' MINDtlN Ol'l'lCIf, 3 Cockspur .U, Tra. fej lalanr Square. B AUTHORIZED OFFICES ffi rr tbe Reception or Advertisement, at Hie ft, Itcmilnr AtlvrrrMiiir Kitlcm M MJV YOUK. CITY. f(R Jllreeberntrret, H41. JltltsKYOITY. jl; llosvery, 341). Ntiwurlc nveimp. inn at "ror,i5v wao i23s 4ti.iivVtiS;.riSa'. 3t' I.lbeny Mrjfi, 00. tin, .1 n. i .1. 8$ ,V58.enue, J nn h ".'"" 'a" nn'1 ?T nS .... mi on 34tiitrecl, SON Pin. lw iaoa.ioainndiio. i.-.n, ,irPpt una wii- )ky??J llnnVpiiup. K& IHUHIKI.YN. UW.N..I. KfLoti Vnblnntnu street, E?S Atlnntln iivenuc, 000 11KI. KvS- .Rnd 1701. NHIl'tlMC-V. .1. RE I...

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. — 20 February 1888

I "WANTS" IN THE WORLD I -JWg-- IPiEEElEiS W . fipC m r. .f . flA ilAA H PRICE ONE CENT. "" NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. m EXTRA POOR LITTLE JOSEF. The Muaioal Wonder's Nerves Said J to Have Given Way, His Father Repudiates tho Con tract and Stops the Concerts. fcfj. AMuy Hue for Daniiei-The Hoy Said la Have Den fMronsj When He Cnrae JJeret and to Oe Weak and Trembling Now Complaining of Feeling Tired A Long Itcil from the Piano Proscribed Mr. Abbey Hecelpt 889.000. Ibe Hot Statins' 8TiS00 The Elder HolTninnn'a Property Attached tht Afternoon. fOT father of the little hoy who has been as tonishing musical New York lately, Casimer Hofmann, waited until Josef had concluded his concert at the Metropolitan Opera- House last Saturday night, then quietly eat down and wrote a let ter in Gorman to Man oger Henry E. Abbey notifying him that Josef would appear no more in public, Mr. Hofmann confessedly anticipated trou ble, but he was determined to take the bull by the...

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. — 20 February 1888

m o THE WQRLD.: . MflNDAY"EV;Eiyi&G JFCBBJUARXtgft ISg&ii i , aWnr deW ...... " . . . . - tweaneaiaeaaeaeaeaa,aeTapaoMootapapaeaeaeapeaapj.. . -w H the world. K- MONDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 2a Bf BTTBBCIlITTZOlr TO SITU XTXlTIirO M. EDITION (Xntludlng Toitagt). ifc' PSIiMONTU, 30c; rSJt YEAR, $3.60, H I Circulation Oooks and Press Room I ft OPEN TO ALL. Ji& TOT CIRCULATION OF Till i EVENING EDITION Ifc OF If THE WORLD HE, for tho week ending Saturday, Feb. 18. J2 waa ah follows t , Monday 92,040 L Tuesday 99,000 1 Wednesday.. 88,400 Thubsday. ... 88,640 P Fbiday 89,760 m Saturday. ., . . .... 92,800 ft Average for wook.. 91,773 m " ASS THE WOBKEBSt 'if Tho Saturday Half Holiday is not going m Just yet. And if It does not go now, it will jf, become a permanent institution. Ifc The law has not had a fair trial. Bordid m money-makers have sought to nullify it. m Other employers of labor, naturally liberal. Jti hearted, hate found it difficult to readjust H their business to th...

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. — 20 February 1888

FM '" ' 'iwi' ,11110 wnwi'ii ii ii in ii nrwiTT-TiffffrnjiilipTmrinig aH ll THBoWQRLDiMONDAyoEVJSiING4JFEBRlIAttYl50t.188a.l. 8 H I IIAPPY BRffiES AND DANCERS. m EYENTB OF THE BOCIAL SEASON IN WHICH HUNDREDS TOOK FART. Blmen Ixidf. Itlaklna; Merry In Tcnlonta Hall-Hull of tlir Well-Known Clob Married Conplea Concrntnl.trd at Wed. alloc Reception fiani of Denjamln G'ele 1 brate'ui Anniversary. On both Saturday and on Bandar night numerous throngs made merry in the ball, room in this city. Somo of the entertain, menta were given in order to draw a crowd to a performance by amateur actors, some for profit, some for charity and somo (or pleas, nre pnre and simple. Tontonia Hall last night contained a large crowd of pretty girls and young men simply pleasure bent. It was the ball given by Bimon Lodge, No. 23, 1. O. F. S. of I. The mnsio was "by Epplnger's orchestra. Floor Manager SlogfHod Cohn. with his wifo, led the grand march. Mrs. Cohn was dressed in black satin, trimmed with black l...

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. — 20 February 1888

K 4 TIIEWORLDi MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20. 1888. " " S " WHERE CAN " WANT " ADV'TS HK ?(- for II THE WORLD HE Kl BE LEFT 7 " H Bi Vait WiompA',!J.T.iffFoia5,,CM Hf Hk niu'kvniii queuyi HHb 9B'i Npw vonit, 1207 nrnaormrt nnnnK. H'. ISB&. ?'VN. SSil U'aahliigtna .1.1 JKIMKY CITY. LK 8MamTJ 9V AIanlnmery l,t IIAItl.K.Vl aT lM ggggggK IK,, YiClli .t.i UAHllINjjTON.OIOUlh.t. ggggglm fBR' LONDON OFFICE, 02 Oock.piir mU, Tn. KK; nKP lalrai"rj.are. iK mi authorized offices gflgggB KS' rr tte "ereptlnn or Advertisement at Hie ggggggH ,'lKr lleejnlnr Arivrrtlalner Knlrw IH tggKi NEW YOltK t'lTY. H'.'BK; rtterrhrr.trrct, 1141. JKIlsEYOITY. LW WBl. lBV"TT'3ii.n. .., Newark avenue, 003. HHV SV lrnn(vrnT, U50, 1838 4ihuvtiniie. 10.1. HK !.' . 1484. . . ruuth 0th nvenne, 1R. IB H aws s.pioS,8srr'Mi! gggggggB B- AV'"",A,;v2:.. . Illlhnvenne, lfl!. gg9Kj EH 110Hen"e' Sf:,rt 'rr" 130 and HH0 IK H.VS"'' I325 nde(l!tH-iri;aio)u.t BflB ?' -t"51, .. .n U4lntrct. V'lH I'nut. IB ' Mft'Mffifil1' !jiiR ...

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. — 21 February 1888

T"tt -Tw"TrfF - -...TTV...w-, r ry-. ra" ---i- w - jt-.t' r "TI" nJ w yrv-. -, r 4 ! .' ' hSsbbbbbBBbI H ' V''81IsBBbVsBBI rKm !wHl J JiLSunday Arfvertisingdili -W. ' 1 JffidSniln CirculationdHLl I 1 - m tt- HI ' r' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' l ' VBBBBBb! 'I SB S( i ..,..., i,a ., , 1 SpS m y zZZ7'rt6iS$ oMaw a v .SB? . i Avcrnue Numhrr nf f fnptna rnrh laano nfTHK BUN- '-HLbH'I M A Avernsre Number or Advertisement,! 1'nl.. 11 HfFitftil lift TTIW 'SLA4Jk2if5 J7ll -EtA--V t&0&M$&kf YW k I MAY WOHXII Printed durluu tho Year 188a j , H M m llahpil In curli Issue nf Till: NUNIIAY ntSO li rZiSX' .sV .A A,'TT?r XZltlllkisJ WT Bl( '"CoSsT afulT cV .A. a V CvXfcnw. H 9sl IWIA sLssHhl H 2 WORM) during tho Ycnr 1883 wnV....... 268 f V7fiEX W$k tlKSk fcrhx& i MmK U T$1SS M ................... .....!T.?.TTt ,.,.,...,..,.,.,... " 1Mb H. !. .......i.,. .,., ,.,....,, n? sllll fWs l5i&Tt-.WiL rtT I il)flgJSg3r.,lf I M I H'Pm .liTtin tfl flM VW Vvl " (1 111 111 111 I tffl InB...

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. — 21 February 1888

Mpt"illl1 $ -. THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENINGtTEBRUARY'2i; 1888. f . . Rthe world. R X,iHiSrrJY.l"lh-f C. BjL TUESDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 21. E BTJJtSCJtXTTION TO 7TIJS MTJiNXSO Rft' EDITION (Intituling rottage). Wmi'Tpn month, SOc; rsn year, $3.50. Bel ! ' Hi Circulation Books and Press Room OPEN TO ALL. BT TnK CIRCtTL-TION OF TUE I EVENINGEDITION If THE WORLD Hjf, for the week endinc Saturday, Feb. 18. Hfx! was as follows : W Monday 92.040 Ke Tuesday 99,000; MB Wednesday 88,400 ' Mf Thursday 88,640 1 lip Friday 89,760 i E& Saturday 92,800 ' lg Average for wook.. 91,773 i KS i i I. ! Bfl TUEN ON THE LIQHT. HE' Tbo Sugar Trust managers nook the pro- SB' tection of eocrcov for tboir business verify- Bffjff ins Uio Scripturo, which Bays of conspirators Bsp that " thov prefer ilnrkncss rathor than light ftp because their deodsnio evil." k) If tho Sugar Trust, which Mr. Havemeyeii Wfii testifies has combined $45,000,000 of capital Km', in its operations, had been formed, as one of Ku tho ...

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. — 21 February 1888

m m THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING; FEBRUATTT 21! 1888:, - -""W fefy WALTZES AND DINNER. NdflP ' IBAN EYENINQ HARKED BY A VARIETY OF B ENTERTAINMENTS. Um Xrro Veteran of the Hlxty-Nlnlh Bbow a H Step to tho Drummer Hoys A Ilnnqni t H to Drlmnte to the Convention of Nona B of Henjnmln The First L'nllco llnll or the B Season Given br tho Kuphonla Society. jH Wlienovcr tho Sixty-ninth Regiment at. jH tempts anything in war or pcaco it menus to H carry it through. Tho samo spirit animates MX tho youngsters of tho drum anil Ufa corps, UM and their second nnnual bnll last night at B Everett llnll was an event which all who B attended it will remember with pleasure. H Leonard J. O'Neill, tho drum major, was in B' charge of the corps). Bayno's Sixty-ninth JHj llegimcnt Hand was present to rouse tho tBf spirits of tho merry-makers to tho proper pitch with "Miss MoLooiVb Reel," "Tho H Itocky Hoad to Dublin" oud " The Dovil's Dream." jH The Evenino 'VVonLD rcportor noticed two handsome- old gcntlo...

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. — 21 February 1888

BHP' P . & THE WORLD. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21 , 1888: J y 'CHANGE THE HAIL. iK mm,'- ' K Hf; A Univorsal Cry Against tlio Frosont Hw HF"' Wheal Wreokor. k Wffi- .KllKt & Tho stroots sPilod for Trafllo B H by tho Horse-Car Lines. K HL Trackmen nd Cabmen Arreo that Any One IHK' JKk. ot Three Proposed Units Would Ho nn HnHtflp IinproTemont on the . PreTnlllnjt Style JkjK Injury to Horses nnd Vehicle C'on- 'B stnntlr Ilcporled Reinodlp t-ugaoted B" IKtC for m. Orent Urll-Cnn the Corporations HsSSM IBii BK K& De Forced to Act. LBeeeeeeenR & JLiHllB Hftffc Attacks without number linro bcontnmlo K'Si upon tho contre-benrinc mil which is coin- H HF monly used in tho construction of horno.cnr HBR jWP' lines, but Bono has proved effoctivo lu socun HeeE bBw' IngnchnDco. HeB':flbfr All the ovlls resulting from tho uso of this B '& mil havo bocn described, but adequate rem- HL jH& edies were not miBEostecl nud tho spoiling of HB' Vr pavements went bravely on, as did ...

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