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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 February 1888

I - . I jM "' wmiiM a ...,. .. . C3 w255SP?er ffiQ ::-gdJS.gx. aw ' - W . as. f A"re Number of Coplea each Is.ae of TIIK HUN I "iJH Tb. Arena Number of Adver- -ft aftkaffcaf B (taalJI I J M II 1 1l U'ttVMWrlJ Vm."MvL I f 4 1 I 1 I HI 1 1 Ml m m mL"'" I ' alaementarnbll.hedlnenrhl. LaaaVfetLft M V&LLmJ Juk.llM U9L Vmi WMlftlT IKnIIi. IKlKJ iMlflliainil lIlJM H 11 I IrtKiK VflfW AJaW V a. M ML 4JtjL J. I C F &LW I ft3Hr daripc the Yer i88T w. VaVWv H X' v x JA U lMyal!JKViV I v Vi ffliMIMjiull v M mJ B wmmJP M m I .fl' MIIU f L-Li MU1UUUUI H-Ti-I , MBM B' I PRICE ONE CENT. , " NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 1M I EXTRA I UNDER HOT FIRE. H . I I ! I ..fan A. Sugar Baron Squirming on the Baok. v Persistent Efforts to Preserve the Seerets of the Trust. I II. O. Havemeyer Denies That lie Was I Scolded for Ilia Testimony Yesterday M No Pnpers, He Hays to bo Concenled IH Col. B1U fShoma the Absurdity of Home IH of the Statement. Will an KOort be Ur Alade to Com...

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

Wt THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, TEBRUARY 217 1888: W ,WORI I) . Kf TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21. Hi Kg' eVSBOBIPTXOJt TO TUB EVENIXQ Kfj EDITION (Including rettage). m TER MONTH, 30c. t FEIt TEA h, $3. SO. ; I Circulation Books and Press Room H ' OPEM TO ALL. fife THE CIRCULATION OF TUB if EVENING EDITION Wfr THE WORLD Ew ' for the week ending Saturday, Feb. 18. Bjr " was as follows : fjf Monday 92,040 1 Tuesday 99,000 ml "Wednesday 88,400 Thursday 88,640 E Fmday 89,760 3 Saturday 92,800 jap Avorugo for week.. 91,773 K, TTJBN OH THE LIQHT, tjf The Sugar Trust managers sook tho pro- tfflg toction of secrecy for their business verify. JjS ine the Scripture, which says of conspirators 3JP that " they profer darkness rather than light 'vM: because their deeds aro evil." JK If tho Sugar Trust, which Mr. Havemeyeii k& testifies has ooinbincd $45,000,000 of capital Mm in its operations, had been formed, as ono of pC the defenders of monopoly claims, to " so- jL cure maximum of excollouc...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 February 1888

THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVEJTCNG; FEBRUARY 21! 1888 - -T fl W JIGS, WALTZES AND DINNER. AN EVENING MARKED BY A TABIETI OF ENTEETAINMENTa J Two Veteran of the Sixty-Ninth flhow a H Step to the Drnmraer Boy A Banqeiet mt to Delegate to the ConTentlon of Bone MM af Ileiijnmlri The Flrat Calico Dull of the V Beuon Given by the Kophonta Society. "Whenever the Blity-nlnth Regiment nU tempts anything in war or peace it means to carry it through. Tho eaiuo spirit animates ' H the youngsters of tho drum and fifo corps, SI and thoir second annual hall last night at W Everett Hall was an ovont which all who J attended it will romembor with pleasure. H Jjconard J. O'Neill, tho drum major, was in J charge of the corps. Bayne's Sixty-ninth JH Regiment Band was present to rouse tho H spirits of tho merry-makers to tho propor pitch with "Miss McLeod's Reel," "The H Rocky Road to Dublin" and " The Dovil's Dream." H TnE Evening Would reporter noticed two fll handsome old gentlemen watching tho young pS pe...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 February 1888

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBnBBBBBBasBBBBBBBBBBa'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBwBBBBBBBBBWBBBB If:;' r II HBRK' THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21, 1888: , II IHil CHANGE THE RAIL. HHHE Universal Cry Against tbo Prosont EHHI Wheel Wreoker. hBHkI Tho Stroets Spoiled for Traffic lKflHif by the Horse-Car Lines. fflaffP Trackmen and Cabmen Acres thnt Any One HN " Threo Proposed Ralls Wonld Do an IK. Improvement on the Prevailing Style 8fc Injury ta Hones and Vehicles Con. ------- BElS ' stanlly Deported Remedies hnna-ssted BBBK IibSBW ' oT ar(llt KtII Can the Corporations cHmS ' BBif Attacks uithotit number havo been mado asBBSBKr Ir upon the. ccntre-boarintr rail which is com. bsbbsbbB fflaaW lnonly uied In tho construction of horse-car asBBsBr ' fKt lines, but none hag proved effective, in uccur- bVBBBV KH All the evils resultine from the uso of this HK( 'rS8K " aT0 een dooeribed, but ndequoto rom- bsbbSBK bSeI' edit were not suRcested and the spoiling of aSBBBBK' 'Btml pavements went bravely on...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 February 1888

Mf ' 'sasH JMLSunday AdvertisingzMl 0$- iiLSunilay Circolation JEl J (IVI Anrnn Ntimbtr of Adrrrllinnnil. P.b. JmWmUmVXtimT &k.kS& Yl Lv7S52 -AAT NlSftSW vof llW. I WUBXD Printed during; Ihe Year 1883 Wm I awes! H HUd In each Unas or T1IK HUNDAY OfSCt H J85iS5' I 4V A i"' "Tv VWU'AV 1?2 (A Sf?V rfvt lv. VtV. a. I ?3l. J 9al filial .aVaVai IHI WOULD during the Your 1883 iru Oo p TjKtKX im dtSk. kjCXttir A t wkL MvL J I fffcl 1 JrfSsl ,.....,.,...,. V,?. .,.,.,. ,., ,.,..,.. 3ggH (I...I.! ..,.... .. .,.. .,...,.; alfll llulll 5SfWi. tW, K-S ' lSsalB,.. In nY.'l,, .lllTg7 V1l 11 I III 1 ft 1 I V S Average Number or Coplee cnrb,Hliaar"TllItNtJN"B "ssggS 'noW 1 v . ...... ....! 1 I II HUll7mira BTrmKf S? WsTT 7Ci7? 11 OI il If llml llll 111 111 ' DAY WOUMlPrlnteddurlng tho Year 1887 I vftwggal , 1gaof Tho ATtrne Number of AiiYtr- dta crjfa S Itm jP IB M IM. 1m! 7V IF iTKMHiUlf- H, VW. Vy iJLr WrSst AT&VwMlll'UllMllI-llilf ilVO 111 Wm W llm J II 111 I H II I . H sgeaaa HaH tUe...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 February 1888

K V ' THE WORLD TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21," 1888. . Itib world. Wmk TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21. Big axmacnirxioN ro inn evening WM EDITION (Including roitagt). eg' ?SR MONTH, 30c. f PER YEAll,$3.B0. Ev ; ' K I Circulation Books and Press Room I jft OPEN TO ALL. WVth TnK CIRCULATION Or TI1E EVENING EDITION M, or f THE WORLD sjfe, for the week endlug Saturday, Feb. 18. j? mi as follow : P Monday '92.640 '. Tuesday 99,000 $& Wednesday 88,400 P Thursday 88,640 fc Piiiday 89,760 j,r SatubdaV 92,800 K Avorogo for woek.. 91,773 . TUBN ON THE IIQHT. m- The Sugar Trust managers seek tho pro- S tcetlon of secrecy for thoir business verify. IJBT ing tho Scrlpturo, which says of conspirators Sr- that " thoy prefer darkness rather than light tmL' becnuso their deeds aro evil." im If tho Sugar Trust, which Mr. Havemeteb 8 testifies hos combined $45,000,000 of capital M'- In its operations, had bcon formed, as ono of jjgr tho defendors of monopoly claims, to " so- Wfr- cure maximum of exc...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 February 1888

1H THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING; FEBRUARY 21 ; 1888. - v 7 "t , U MjIGS, WALTZES AND DINNER. VffcN EVENING HARKED BY A VARIETY OF j ENTERTAINMENTS. Rrvro Veterans of the Sixty-Ninth Bhovr k B Step to the Drummer Don A Itanqnet mUu to Delegate! to the Conrentlon or Hon H of Denjamln The First Cnllco Hull of the sH Season Given by the llaplionla Society. B Whenever tlio Sixty-ninth Regiment nt H tempts anything in war or peace it menus to Scarry it through. The snmo spirit animates tho youngsters of tho drum anil flfo corps, Hond thoir second 'annual ball Inst night at Everett Hall was an event which all who H ottonded it will remember with pleasure. H Jjconnrdj. O'Neill, the drum major, was in Mmj charge of the corps. Bayne's Sixty-ninth mU Begimcnt Baud was present to rouse tho JH spirits of tho morry-mnkers to tho proper H pitch with "Miss McLeod's Reel," ".Vlio M Rocky lload to Dublin" and "Tho Doul's H Dieam." H Tnr. Evening Would reporter noticed two H handsomo old gentlemen watch...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 February 1888

PHKV i THE WORLD. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3i; 1888? . ' I K CHANGE THE RAIL. HKk ' , A Universal Cry AgaiuBt tho Present HfB' Wheel Wrookor. HHi HHB" Tho Stroots Spoiled for Traffic HBSflu DY tho Horse-Car Lines. HsHImR B'Sxlflk "( Trackmen nnd Cabin on Acree that 'Any Una BFtUrXI' ef Tbree I'ropejajed UnlU Wanld He an Hw IBS'' WTinmil an the rreratllns Style BK, flffBp- iiry la Ileraea and Vehicle. Con- HHE 'aftsT; atandr Heported Reraedlee hieiled eaHK' Mp'W ' a Great Evil Can the Corporation bRSHT flr HP ' B" Forced ' Act DhW fcr Attacks without number havo beonmmlo HBk Va'Sb upon tho contro-bcnrluK rntl which is com- bBMv Sp.mt nionly used in tho construction of horso-car BJHE flg,'K i lines, bat none bat proved effective- iu socur. BH ' ?9Ee AH the evils resultinc from tho uso of this BE jf . rU have been described, but adequate, rcui- HHE 'Ry edles wero not suegoBtod and tho spoiling of BasR" f8sV pavements went bravely on, as did tliowrock- IHlf ''HT Ing of trucks, carriage...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 February 1888

iSJLSiinilay Circulation! -W- JMLSonda? AkrtisinH"? I' HI n ArcnA"wmtD0rVop,d"r"cl,u"noo'fTI,ES,,N" tvxf ' 3"5rPv ffiP grgZSsv - . " .!,.,. .,,.. .,. .,....,.,.. SgmH ' H JtV i?w MB fc. 'LJ'LJ" IwLJI m 1 JHL llGl i?4ttNfliS!Mlini tt5il(VMKilH7lvnfM I! iTnfl IWlft U. W'UJi' 4 J H 1 111 ill ' T AvernarNnmbfrol Adver- al Af-faf). 9 .iJHI fa UQ a S NSB S;7Jw NSr lkiwf-JiuJA)lirfll. ID IrQlHJllin -N'lINPRvJlMllir 1.1 rT W llilll' IINBr var NSSferfyw' NjSr r yv& J- A. nmrTiiK mummy would J SlMs-I I ml foMBaaMMftmmCTagiaaBBBJMBWL -mmj-u ;- ami it-Ma briMm:AT'mro 'jw PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, I88a "FttlCE ONE CENT. ll LAST EDITION. - CARTWRIGHTLEADS I " Ho Probably Will Win the American I Institute Eaoo, mk It la Unlikely that He Will Beat the Record. Forty-Three Men Start In the Tirenty-Fonr- Ilonr match Abant Unit of Them Drop Ont by the War Dillon noil Connors Having a Xlruah for Second Fines The II Institute Clock Nineteen Minute Late I Day Drinking- neer. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 February 1888

Mp9"v ' ' THE WORLD: WEDNESDAYEVENIN. FEBRUARY 22, 188g. wO - 1mW. " JL. "11 K THE WORLD. I' WEDNESDAY EVENINC. FEBRUARY 22. Rap" sxmBcnxrxioH xo jub MTniriya H EDITION (Including Pottage). Er rsnuoNTn, 30c f rsn ykar, $3.S0. if ("Circulation Books and Press Room I I9g OPEN TO ALL. ST The Cijiccumox or the If EVENING EDITION PTH or m THE WORLD Kk tot the vrobk ending Snturilny, Fob 18. tufa was as follow t mk Monday 92,040 mk Tuesday 99,000 Kg. Wednesday 88, 400 ' f( Thursday 88,640 III- Friday 89,760 III Saturday 92,800 mik Averago for weok.. 91,773 Kgg THE HALF HOLIDAY. Bg2 The mon and women for whoso benefit tho Bs5 Baturday Half-Holiday Law was passod aro Kft to. bare an opportunity to oxprcss tbeir wlsb Kg os to its retention on tbo statute book. Kwl . It has been said that all tho petitions ro- Kj' colved at Albany were in favor of its repeal. Kk This was because the money-shavers could JL afford to pay for circulating and sending I them. The Etenino Would has prepared RM and ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 February 1888

pyffyflftlU EVENING, FEBRUARY 52, 188a ' ' 'l ' ;B1 TOUGH WW GIVE A BALL. LTHKY CAME FROM THE NINTII WARD AND BEIIAYED THEMSELVES VERY WELL -.- fla?r7crf Merehnnta, Mechanics and Growl, era Amoni Their Guests nt Tnmnmny Hull Lndlea In Hllk nnd Hntln Hpnrkllnjt with Diamond A Corner In Itoom nnd Danclnt; That ProToked Admiration. The Tough Club, the famous sooiol organl- cation of tho Ninth Word, whoso membership is being augmented by residents of other sec i tlpns of tho city, hold its Bovcntoenth annual 1 ball last ovcnlng at T,ommauy Hall. Tho Touch Club has a tough nnmo, but 1j does not llvo up to it. Among its nicmberB I aro morchants, lawyers, journalists, mechan- I ics and pqllticiauB. Thoro isn't a jollier set of mon in tho city than tho Tougliites Tho Toughs and tho Growlersliavo a bond of sympathy bctw con thi'iii,,aud tho lncnibors J of each organization law attend tho blow-outs TK j 0 and dances of tho Er3rjCJ Tho Toughs added JUM 'tmrntiiS to tho fame of their JfVWEl rec...

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. — 22 February 1888

WOTP'-Pr Ww . ww. THE WORLD WEDNESDAY fcjfcmiflpft saaBer- A ' ' " ' ' i i ii ' . 1 1 in ,vh fV A KISS FOR A PISTOL-SHOT. Kj KES. BUCKINOIIAM F0RGIYE3 ITER HUB lb BAND AMD WANTS Hill RELEASED. Hj IKatnal Jealousy Said to lie the Cause of HJrffij XsMt EtcdIdi's nheetlna In Brooklyn BoC The Hatband Committed Wlthont nail K? tie la an Old New York Wharllner Mra. Hit Bneklnaham'a Wound Not Merlon. m$e" Before Justice Wnlnh, In tho First District K- Police Court in Brooklyn, this morning, Ktfu Francis Buckingham, who shot his wifo, if ' Mary, at the Mount Severn Hotel lost oven- ml' . lag. ma orralgnod on ft charge of assault in St. the flnrt degree. lu' The prisoner is a' tall, finely formod and gr- handsome man, with an h-on-grav mustache. W He pleaded " Not guilty " in a mannor which ijg' Almost carried conviction of the trutlifulnosi u. of his ttatemont. jfcjV Juitlco Walsh refused to fix bail, and K'r Buckingham was remanded to jill. Ho was i ' very anxious to be bailed, as he feare...

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. — 22 February 1888

I IjttSliiiSil -0W- lOiy Advertising:!?! '!l m 3 Avernae Nnmber of Copies rnehVaeVr I'll IHm- H , Jg?TIS,;p Iff P ;:-':C!l'?gv . - g - U """"" " ....i............ ......... ""! JftjH W I UAY WOUI.1J Printed itarlnjt the Year 1883 jj J99f9m rr-fg iV ? 1 S7SLX-rK SfSftftf M Jk. AreraM Number of AdvertUernenti. Tub. H !4M I Avernn Number of Coplr eneli Uaun or THE HUN. "Ej flllHI I I III lUS lTrit r F'ff'f,, P-t"i ' I InMgMwWIii V I I yli,'i,i ,11X1 T7 llm fiMv" 9 I 1 MB 1 18 f 9 I S 'l " ' b hhii ...,.. ,. irt w fH 5 DAY WOULD Prloteil during the Year 1887 H Ifi 1(11 II 1 WT nfXlmVZxtttXfi fPmfnfmXtSPlSilP51Tr llVlM ltm Villi M 1 II 1 111 1111 ll -.. . .. .... . ,-,. . f -'tfl U iMBBur om l fi MH I II 111 I J?M H FOjl l?fl1i, U'lIlfT'JTMllKIlXfHWWU Vlll IlRl mXllfl IVM. IT U Jir 111 Ml 111 1111 H The Avernirn Number of Arlver- - iffe 4tlir"t El IS I i r if "f v 5 vjblLw mill (JHk..e IwS l XVufAluit? iVJir, ir cir'iikTitninni ( -1 Hill irIU vSLj Avkr - JL tSUls 11. 111a h ntunem. pnbiL...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 February 1888

KP -w-- THE WORLD r wiotnesi&t,evekjeng;ot K' THE WORLD. Iff WEDNESDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 22. Mm evjiBcnrrrioy to uir, r.TT.aixa WM, EDITION (Inelurttng 1'ottage). KW FEJt MONTH, 30c. ; PEH YEAR, $3.B0. W: Circulation Books anil Press Room ffi OPEN TO ALL. JK Tni circulation or the 1 EVENING EDITION m or 1 THE WORLD ft for the week ending Saturday, Feb. 18. If wns ns follows t m: Monday 92,040' W Tuesday 99,000, ft "Wednesday 88,400 j K Thuiisday 88,640 E Friday 89,760 ' S Saturday 92,800 i C Avcrngo for week.. 91,773 m TRUSTS' AND WOEKINOMEN. (f Tho tcstimouy of Oaiisten W. SiF.rtCK, n jm member of tho Sugar Trust, discloses tho W effect of this combination upon tho laborers W'' In tho rofinoriea. ffi Tho company which Sir. Biekck reprcBontB E joined tho Trust to holp ' ' rcgulnto tho out K put and keep prices steady." To provont jS sugar from becoming too plenty, and thoro fj foro too choap, Mr. Sierck'h refinery, nmong m others, was closed on Feb. 1, and will re ft main closed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 February 1888

r ' THFWORlfe:,EbNESBATa3VENINGPEBRUARY,23,'f'188 '& 9 . . , , k . . . w 'TmrMmm tough MEN GIVE 'UU1.' THKIOAMB FROM THE NIOTn WARD AND BEHAVED THEMSELVES VERY WELL. H ImyrynTn, nirrchnnta, Mrrhnnle nnd Growl H era Among Their (Intili nt Tammany liall--I,ndle. In Hllk nnil Hnlln Ppnrkllnsi J with Diamonds A Corner In Itoam nnd H nanclnic Thnt I'roTokeil Admlrnllon. Tbo Tough Club, tho famous social organl ration of tho Ninth Ward, whoso membership is boing augmonted by residents of other sec tions of tho city, hold its sovonteenth annual ball last evening at Tamuinny Hall. Tho Tough Club has a tough imino, but docs not live up to it. Among its members ore merchants, lawyers, journalists, median icaend politicians. Thoro isn't jollier .sot of men in tho city than tho Tonghites. Tiie 'lougns ana tlio Uronlcrs havo a bond of sympathy between them, and tho members of each orgauiyation 9ft a, attend tho blow-outs" t m nnd dnuces of tho TatTrM. Tho" Toughs added A hHS ,lj0 'nuln of Ui...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 February 1888

j W DUMMY DKAFTS BY CABLE. K. A UNIQUE SCHEME HI MHIOn THE UN- Bv WART CAN BE VICTIMIZED. Hfl lLmwyer Champion Ulssell'. Unexampled Hff' Tlmn ef I.snlna; Drafta Yon Can Draw MsjJ Thouaaooa of Pennda nnil Vet Not Hare B. n phlll(nB-nir. III. sell Confidingly Tttla Bjffc , "Tho World" All About It. Hfrp A unique birring feature, by w hlch atij pennl. Br leu Individual mar bro sn extensive account of K thonssnds of pounds staling with su sllcned A English banking firm, draw drafti, bare them ' accepted by cabin, and otherwise plaj tha role of a M millionaire, owes lta Invention to Mr. Champion 'M- IllMell, sttorner and counssllor at law, at No. 89 jw Broadway. Tom, Utck or Harry can eo to Mr. fft, Jlluell and become Ma client In a financial and, if IL necessary, In a legal way, liavc the system fully explained to htm, and by paying n communion of !f 15 draw on Mr. BlsieU'a London correspondent to the extent of 100. '"This Is the fascinating opportunity preientcd to tie Impecnnloni In a...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 February 1888

raiSiaiiaV'iwtsiiBW m imWidfl&liiffl If" 'ff IjH"1" PW l"MP'HwHW""WM '"" IwUfijUiPIII'IWP lpn.lliflH WW l Will Ml k'W wlflsM J-4BVSa Hjsafl I MA80N8, 1 ,- ' M0 I PRICE ONE CENT. KEW YORK, Till RSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, I88S. PRICE ONE CENT. M . . ! Kb 12.3Q p. m. THEY FIXED ONLY Til E DATE. THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE '.. TO TRY AflAIN TO-DAY. THE ADMINISTRATION BAID TO BE IN FAVOR OF OHIOAQO. Jnl 3 Selected ns Ibc Buy fop Holding tho Conn ntlon Ten Unsuccessful Hnllois In ARreelnc Upon n I'lnco Ann I'rinclseo CSeta the Moat Totes, but Not Enough i Wllllnm Htelnwny, of tlila City, Appointed on the Committee to llcpreacnt tlio Mtnte of New York All Norta or Uoaalp In Washington About tbo I'rotpccta. SrlCIAL 10 TEE WOULD. J WAeniNOTON, Feb. 82. Compared with any other meeting of tne National Democratto Commltteo tho session held hero to-day was a foil-blown conven tion. Not, Indeed, In the number of participants, but In the beat of contention and In tho manllesta Hon of popular In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 February 1888

I TnE WORLD: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1888. , V THE WOELD. MEy Kg Kdllor tad Proprietor, Joseth PCUTHa. HE' rOBUSBED EVERY DAT IN TDK YBAB AT K03. !B II AND SI PABK BOW. !' I fl; THURSDAY, FEBIlUABY 38, 1888. Jaf Entered at the Poet-Offlee at Hew York m eeoond-elass ISSfc 'mall matter. IE TBItMS-POtSTAOB rnKB. Vtf '"T ' ni(lt Wales er CesadVll "DAtLV, en. year, E P 0.00 DA1LT, SlimontbS, 83.001 DA1LT A1TD BOB- Mf bat. 71". BT.OOi Daily akd bobcat, six (' tnentha, 83.70 DAIX.T AND Bitndat, on month. W Sc. Bcbdat. en. year, SI .00 1 Tmt Bbmt-Vv'eeixt VK. WORLD. OM TT. 88.00 t THE WZXBIT Vf 0BL0. OBI nf, 01.00. liberal commissions allowed to Club '-K AoCTTB. Bample copies sent free. IK Ttr Xnfftand and (A Cenffsral and oil eewslrfel fn IAS ife eaterwaiienal rMMt rrior Datlt Akd Stjkdat, ffi 8 14.70 1 DAlLTonly, 812.20 BONDAV, 88.00. fl tVAsMress nil communications, whether V coaeemlneT Advertleemenls orBubecrlptlens, f tetneolaln Office, 01 rartt stow. N. Y. City. I f HE YEARLY RECORD. M...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 February 1888

THE WOULD: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1888. 111 MISTAKEN FOR TASCOTT. -- i. ,. fy A YODNG VERMONT MAN WHO REBEHBLES T THE CHICAGO MURDERED. Followed from Idyerpool by Hcotlnnd Yard Detectives Called Upon by Them to Giro an Account of Ulmiolf on HI Antral at Ijondon Ho Happens to 11 o a Collect, friend of Sir. Phelps's Hon. j tPVtiil, 1880, lv Ts Prul ridl'iateo- Omaaiiy (BV .. Tot World). A terxcuii cablc rasrATon to thz wobld.1 London, Feb. 21 A mild-mannered and alto gether lnoOenalTo-lookins young man from Ver mont crossed the ocean on tbe Cltj of Chicago and arrived In London to-day. no got off the train from Liverpool at Eastern Bqnare Station and drove off to a hotel In a hansom. Just as be was engag ing a room two men, whom lie remembered having ) teen rraUhlng blm closely at the Fnnoe'i landing- . stage, Liverpool, atepped np to him and demanded ' to know who he was. The voung man got angry and told them that he was an American here on a pleasure trip and that It was none of the...

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. — 23 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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