ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Evening World, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 153,390 items from Evening World, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
153,390 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 February 1888

" B PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, Till RSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. IjR I EXTRA THETRUSTEXPOSED Usoless Attempts at Seoreoy of the Sugar Barons. M Enough Revealed to Show the IflF Nature of the Compaot. M Col. nil Dlacovrr tho Name of the Combl- H nallau Uxpectrd Wltnoec Who My. H terloaaly Ilerame III Tlio Kugnr Trim H Investigation Nearly Over mid tlie III- H qulrv Into the Alllk Trust HcKun Deny- JM Ins thnt an Attempt In Made to Control (F the fllarket. Tbe attompt on tha pnrt of tlio sugar barons jr to kqep secret tlio terms of their compact is rdjaV.ered futilo by tlio searching investiga. ' tion which tho Senate Committoo on Qoncrnl i Xaws is making. i Lawyer Parsons may defy tho Senate anil refuse to produce tho Tiust agreement, and Si' Mr. Henry O. Haveraover may wriggle and squirm and plead that Col. lilisa is trespass ing on his private domain, but other wit K Besses havo told enough to satisfy the com mittee nnd tho public what, iu substance, tho agreement is. s...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 February 1888

WWr"rjmrwYl!yrs- ww - - the world: thchday evening, February 23. iJjgw"w . wmw r - , -, jf? g , I I' THE WORLD. H THURSDAY EVE NINC. FEBRUARY 23. jrv Bfip KxmacJtTPixov to jue etbkiso jHJkI ' EDITION flneludtng roitagti). H& TEXMOXTIJ, 30c; rsit TEAlt, $3.G0. mg VOL. 28 NO. 9,683 K' I Circulation Books and Press Room p, OPEN TO ALL. R, Tna circvution or tiik Wm EVENINGo EDITION fl , THE WORLD Hire for the week ending Saturday, Feb 18. flrjj?i was as follow t Mm Monday 92.040 mm Tuesday 99,000 RjjL' "Wednesday 88,400 Ki .Thtjrsdat 88,640 Rfc Friday 89,760 H Satubday 92,800 B Average for week.. 91,773 H9r 4 ...... - , K BT. LOUIS V7IHB. IjflfvHk The Democratic National Convention will Wtfh xaeetinBt Louis. Et Ttls is a happy compromise. The city is B1 central, on the border line between North Hlfttf and Booth, East and West, proverbial for Kfi: hospitality, -with ample facilities of all sorts. HJkn The change of the time to antedate the B, Bevnblican Convention was a wise move. Hf...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 February 1888

11 . , ' J' TfiEl Otttb: TttURStfAYEVENmG. FEBfcTJAUY 23, 1888. ' 'V ,'M H PATRIOTS AND LADIES GAY. tK msniSoToirs birthday celebrated Mt WITH MANY DANCES. Vfe A Orett Crowd and Lou of Pretty Drriici B nt tho Friendship Unut Clitb'. Hall ItnW H .;.."? VKTP. n Celebration ,?r Tliflr.Qwn K Hrocrrr Clerks Ilnve n Nllit Ofl-Mr. jB and Mr., llnsalnclicr'a Krceplton. V "'Washington's Birthday was celebrated inn JH gay fashion in tho forty-two city bnllroouis HR lost evening. Whether it was patriotism or HV k weather that caused it, thero Recrucd to bo HA an exceptional outburst of gavety. In many AV hall costumes of silk or satin, light in color V and rich in tonn ; bright facos and eyes, Tying in brilliancy with tho gems worn as HJ ornaments, contributed to make scenes not JKk easily forgotten. HP 0 ' tbo principal events was the receu- JIP tion of tho Fricndshiti Boat Olub nt tho Lox. AW ington Avcnuo Opern-IIouso. Tho following fc$3 contlomen were In chargo : b Moor Director, James V. ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 February 1888

1Ff 7 jj r '"'" THEWORU). THURSDAY EVEPfmGt SBRUART 18BS: " V .?' - "' V j K .,OHKINGMEN DISCUSS IT. aaSSHA'i '' Hb. ' H' CWTEAL LABOR UNION HEN IN FAYOE OF HpC THfl HALF-IIOLIDAI LAW. Hp V.Th Kt"Id World'" (Utnrdnr n.lf- Bk' Holiday Peilllan Slnrla n DI.caa.1on at Kp , Meeting of the Ml.eellnneon. Section H Xmut Nlt To Bend Protest to the Hr. r Seneie Oplnlom from Varloae Baurce. Bc" ' An animated and amicable dUcuisIon of B the Saturday HalMIollday bill for tho repeal Hi of tho crescnt law took plaoe In tho meeting H& Of the Miscellaneous Section of the Central B? Labor Union last nipbt at 14S Eighth street, H& Tho subject was brought up incidentally K. 'Whon copies of TnE Eveni.no World's poti. H&' lion against tho repeal of tho law wero dls. HH) tributcd among the delegates. BHp There are marly fifty different organiza. Hr ' lions, comprising a membership of 05,000, HK(V represented by delegates In the Section, in- BBjp ' Finding three societies of coopers, brash. HB...

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. — 23 February 1888

I . - , . . "aH mm I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, Till RSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1888. PIUCEONE CENT ' '81 3 O'CLOCK , BOBBED IN HER CARRIAGE r ' JEWELS STOLEN BY A TEAMP FROM MR& LILIAN HAMERbLEY. Society People Agitated by the Audacity of the Crime A Dlnnoaltlaii to Conceal the J Facta Uncertainty Whether a Diamond ' Necklace, a Illamond Star or a Jewelled (i Crescent wan Ntolen Ue Witt's statement. Wi Now York Hocloty people In gcnoral and W club men in particular havo been furnished vritli an engrossing themo of conversation in I a story that Mrs. Lilian 0. Hamersley, tbo I tri-milltonairo young widow of Louis U. Hamcrsloy, was attacked and robbed of valuable jewels ona ovcuiug last wook. It is said that on Thursday evening Mrs. Hamcrsloy wont to a dinner party at the Iioubo of Mr. William Wetnioro Cryder, I'ros ident of the Madison Square Bank, and that whilo alono in her carriage, on tho way to tho houso, 12 East Thirty-fifth Btroet, n thlof ' opened the carriage door and tore tho ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 February 1888

KTHE WORLD. Bft THURSDAY EVE NINO, FEBRUARY 23. Hp' BVUSCItlTTfOy TO lltE ETMltlXO E EDITION (Including re$laae). H FSRiMONTn, 30c.f REH TEAR, $3.80. Hf- VOL 2B NQ.9.6B3 Hr 1 Circulation Books and Press Room Kj' OPEN TO ALL. Kv Tnx CIRCULATION or TI1II K EVENING EDITION K THE WORLD Bpf for the woek ending Saturday, Feb. 18. Rhk was ns follows : H? Monday 92,040 H& Tuesday 99,000 K "Wednesday 88, 400 H Thursday 88,640 H: Friday 89,760 Bfc Saturday 92,800 H&' Avorago for week.. 91,773 K - Wat' ST. LOUIS WTNB. Hfetti The Dcmocrolio National Convention will Hm meet in Bt Louis. K& This is a happy compromise Tbo city is MSjP central, on tho border Una between North HF and South, East nnd West, proverbial for HB hospitality, with ample facilities of all sorts. K The chango of the time to antedate tho krv Republican Convention was a wiso more. Krtp Every consideration of courogo and conn- Hf denco required that tho Democrats should H this year open the battlo. Hrai Tho Committe...

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. — 23 February 1888

1 PATRIOTS AND IADIES GAY. tH " ' ' M WA8HIKQT0N'8 I1IRT1IDAT CELEBRATED jff WITH MANY DANCES. I' A Great Crowd nml Lots of Pretty T)rrsr I nt the Frlendahlp llnnt Club's Ilnll Itnl- I Innn-IInre n Celebrntlon of Their Own .1 Grocery Clerks Ilnvo a Nlsht On Mr. , and Dire, llns.lnchcr' Iteceptlon. Vyashington's Birthday was celebrated in n gay fashion in tbo forty-two city ballrooing' i. last evening. Whether it wob patriotism or I tho weather that caused it, there seemed to bo V an exceptional outburst of gayety. In many n hall coBtumcs of silk or satin", light in color Innd rich in tone j bright faces and eyes, vying in brilliancy with tho Bonis worn as ornWcnts, contributed to mako scenes not cosily forgotten. Ono of tho principal oventB-wns tho reccu tlou of tho Fricndshiu Boat Club at tho Loi ingfon Avenue Opero-llouso. Tho following gontlomon wore in chargo : Floor Director, James V. Hoilnett; Assistant, Johli"1!).' Miner. Floor Comnnttec Aogust tv Fried, Edward J. Morrison, J...

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

&1 vj THE WOULD. TliUilglDAY EVENING, FEURUAItV 23, 1&. ' . . mfc; VoRraGMEN ' DISCUSS IT. By CBKTBAIi labor union men in fayok op Hfv THE IIALF-IIOLIUAI LAW. B Tlio KTenlngr World' Rntnriliiy Hnlf. Kl$$ llotldny I'cllllnn Htnrta a Discussion lit H& it Meeting of tlie rtllacellnneon. Hrrtlou Bff J.n.t Nlht To Hrml n I'rotrat to the HB'f Beanie Opinion irmn Yarloii, Kource,. Bffj 'An animated nnd nmicnulo ciiscnssion of Hy&t, tbe Saturday Half-Holidny bill for tlio repeal Px. of tlio Dresont law took plnco lu tlio nicotine Hp of the Miscellaneous Section of tlio Central Bp Labor Union last nlcht at 145 Eighth stroct. Ef& The subject was brought np incidentally S' wll0n copies of The Evf.nino AVom.n'fl poti- Rrx" tlon against tlio repeal of tlio law voro dis- KjT tributod among tho dolccntes. Hfjp Theroaro nearly flfty different orRnuiza- MEJ tlons, comprising a niotnbirship of G5,000, Eff1 represented by dolesntes in tlio Section, in. Bjlgf eluding tbreo societies...

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. — 23 February 1888

ml umn, 1 sti HI it rJlZt-n YS- M 1 8?' )..rU (ffjSL llllr lilPr iLyfO'I 11 111 111 I fill I l mvitcd. V I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, Till RSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. I LAST EDfflON. THETRUSTEXPOSED Useless Attempts at Beoreoy of the Sugar Borons. I Enough Revealed to Show the Nature of the Compact. Col. Ulls. Discovers tlicNnmr of the Combi nation Iixperted Witnesses Who My. forlornly Ilernme III Tho Hugnr Trim Investigation Nearly Over and the In. Wiry Into the Milk Trust Began Deny. Ins I hat an Attempt Is Mado to Control the market. Tho attompt on tliepart of tho sugar borons to keep Bocrct tho tonus of their compact is Tendered futile by the searohiug invostiga lionwhich the Senate Committee on General Xnws is making. Lawyer Parsons may defy tho Sonato and refuse to produco tho Tiust ajgroeinont, and Hr. Henry O. Hpvemcver may wriggle and eqiiirm and pload that Col. Bliss is trespass ing on his pmato domain, but other wit nesses have told onotigh to satisfy tho 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. — 23 February 1888

WT .. . TlLWQRLD:ItrRAX.EyEMmGFEBRUARY.23. 1888. I I THE WORLD. Mf " rtituAtdtvntrrturoiiuMittCo. Ik . (El THURSDAT EVE NINC, FEBRUARYS. w irraaonirxrox to ittu jsmxzira ft EDITION (Xncludtng rattan). K JPiUl MONTH, 30c. f rEIl XEAR, $3M0. if VOL. 28 NO. 9,683. ;. . ""'" - ' 'II "J f S Circulation Books and Press Room I R -- OPEN TO ALL. flf, Tni CIRCULATION OF TUB I EVENING EDITION Wt OF I THE WORLD ML for tho week ending Saturday, Fob. 18. W was ns follows i B Monday 92,040 m Tuesday 99,000 m Wednesday 88,400 & TiiuiisD ay... ........ . 88,640 Friday 89760 m Saturday 92,800 Avorago for week.. 91,773 m ST. LOUIS wthb. fl& Tho Democratlo National Convention will I'M moot in St. Louis. tR This is n happy compromise Tha city 1s m, central, on tlio bordor lino between North ;K- and South, Enst and West, proverbial for Sg hospitality, with amplo facilities of all sorts. ;K Tho chango of tho tirao to antedate tho j9p Bepublican Convention was a wise movo. Wt Every "consideration ...

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. — 23 February 1888

PATRIOTS AND LADIES GAY. "WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAT CELEBRATED I. WITII MANY DANCES. A Great Crowd and I.oU of Pretty 17r aee. I at the Friendship Heat Clnb'e Hall-ltnl-Ian Have a Celebration of Their Own 1 Crocery Clerk Ilnre n Night on Mr. S and Mrs. llnaslnclicr's Iteccptlon. Washington's Birthday wns celobrntcd In n gay fashion In tho forty-two city bnllrooms Mj last overling. "Whether it wns patriotism or IK iho wenthor thnt caused It, thcro seemed to bo B an exceptional outburst of gayety. In ninny H n hall costumes of silk or satin, light in color H and rich in tono ; bright faces and eyes, W vying in brilliancy with tho corns worn as Km ornaments, contributed to innko scenes not JK easily forgotten. K Ono of tho principal ovents was tho reccu- W tiou of tho Friendship Boat Club at tho Lex R ington Avcnuo Opera-Houso. Tho following Y ; gentlemen were in chnrgo : j Floor Director, James W. Hodnctt; Assistant, H John D. .Miner. Floor Committee Aagnst C. H Fried, Edward J. Morrison,...

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

BF 4 THE WORM THURSDAY EVENINQ, FEBRUARY 33, 1888. m WORKINGMEN DISCUSS IT. Bf CENTRAL LABOR UNION MEN IN FAVOR OF Bji THE HALF-HOLIDAY LAW. Ks "The Bruiting World'. Heiturcl.y Half. RS ' Holiday Petition Start, n Dl.ciuftlon at B9B Meeting of the Ml.cellaneou. Heellon RW Ii"t Nlht To Head n l'role.t lo Ihe H Hennte Opinion. Train Vnrlon. Honrce.. mf An animated and nmlcablo diRcnssion of im the Saturday HalMIoIidoy bill for tbo repeal W Of tbo credent law took plaee in tbo meeting 'fly of tbo Miscellaneous Section of the Control jK Labor Union lost night at 145 Eighth stroet. ml Tbo subject was brought up incidentally ;jE whon copios of The Evening Wobld'b potl.' Kg? tion apainst tbo repeal of tbo law wcro dls- (w tributcd among tbo dolopntcs. kj Tbero aro nearly fifty different orRanlzn- Bf tlons, comprising a monibcrnlilp of 05,000, 3 represented by delegates in tbo Section, in- Iff eluding tbreo sociotius of coopers, brusb- m make, Swiss embroiderers, Excelsior Labor ffi Club, T...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 February 1888

lyH 'til 'if HbP ' l""" ' ' -" ' "! i i.aaaarnMaf - . m -V JfcSidaylreiSS 0r JiLSuiiday AdvertisingdSSl I vfBt A'MNaerorCoplMeiich'lMaeVrTirnVDNl' . X' jfif2. iSO? "lJ$7 . jfJaW - v t .....,..., .. , .,. (itS (V 24(054. , &22SzpZf Yaf. V LJlirf'jlVULpS''hi. WT? Stm v4. A a M J!iV Ilahed In eneh linr or THR HCNIIAY Qfio H32 iB ........... ........ .7.! y.r.7,. ,.,.,.... frtlri H9I rflm hrfiihr-Ax rnik s&K I irfj I rS6 would dutm th YCnr isqs wo....... Zoo a IH Averse Number of Caplr. each Is.neorTHK HUN-1 AaMH I I 1 I ffl luaT irt-liLlHl ' 1 l.iflf$&iti.lf Hi JlSL 3TT51 T7 Wf -1 Mllllll' I fl lti ..... ,. , Mr ImmW 1)AV WOULD Printed during; lb. Year 1887 Hi 9 I I I fl BaK lfffiWsWCTtil 'foViW W2!ftZESkn2& .Wllwqgfimffiff Hlf (A V9 ill VI - I ill III 19 ,W IsaaH a iW AM VCLJP J I m m IMk. llUirWAllfilVllTO It 1 F 1 1 R 1 If m ThAverne!Mnmberof Artvcr- affeifaf 16 IKs . Un 3e SSF IPaNlWfdRilrvl N9fflyy c3k vlJsSfc J & nr nrTHBMUNiMY would J wIhJtP ws Mf mm9 W ummvj...

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. — 24 February 1888

I V HI o THE WORLD; FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24, 1888. H THE WORLD. H FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 24. MM XniTlOX (Intlmllng I-Oitage). Sk ,PJ!:b mxTn 50c p-wj nsMJ?, $s,so. Wffl VOL 28 NO. 9.6B4 III I circulation Books and Press Room ffift OPEN TO ALL. Ogf The Circclation or Tin If EVENING EDITION MM THE WORLD M for the week ending Saturday, Feb. 18. , Mil? was as follows : flj& Mokday 92,040 I HM' Tuesday 99,000 i Ei-w Wednesday 88,400 M Thursday 88,640 Hi Friday 89,760 mM Saturday 92,800 jpjjl Average for week.. 91,773 Kro ALWAYB aoainbt tee people. BjA It Is always the peoplo who pay tho fiddler Rfffif ehen monopolists danco. Hgir The Sugar Truat puts up the price of sweet- Kfs, cning, and tbo consumers hand over Hjli $40,000,000 extra in n year. Kid Tho Milk Exchongo pays the farmor throe HI cents a quart for milk that tho people of this Krk city must pay eight cents for. Thus tho Kb milk producers-are robbed of a fair profit by HP depriving them of competition in buyers, Bflfp...

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. — 24 February 1888

l THE WORLD t FRIDAY EVENING,' FEBRUARY 24; 1888. JT I MERRILY GOES THE DANCE. MEBRT-MAKERS WITH AND WITHOUT MABKS ENJOY THEMSELVES. Babnlon Lodge at the Teutonla Assembly ilooma FreeMaon Hnve a Banquet and n Bnll-Nllsson Hall Crowded by The Grecian "Friend of tlio Pbcenlx Also clntlon Oat In Force. Teutonla Assembly Booms contalnod n inorry crowd last night invited by Bebulon Lodge, No. 8, 1. O. F. S. of I., to its annual masquerade ball. Prof. Baer and his or. chestra furnished music. The officers of the lodgo aro: I. Krelelihclmer. l'resldent ; II. M. Zoldenrait, Vice-President; M. Colin, Corresponding Secretary; A. llafer. Financial Secretary; L. Lejersolin, Treasurer. In chargo of tho ontertainmont were: Floor Manager, A. Krelelanelmer; Asalstant, M. Jackaon; H. Kramer, J. Abels, O. II. Freudenberg, It llammel, L. Abrahams, 8. Kramer, 8. Uottui man, L. Jacobs, KOreenebaum, S. Krelelabelmer. lteceptlon Committee Win. Well, chairman; 11. Floershelm, Vlce-Chalrman; W. Ilciosfurter...

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. — 24 February 1888

If ' f' f r " " THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24; 1888? ' "- ' 9 ft . ' j)0 NOT REPEAL THE LAW. $Wj $R TAB PEOPLE WANT A IIAI P UOUDAY AT BjF. ' THE END OF EACH WEEK. km Instead f n Repeal f the tm.tr tht Ob jgj? aerraaca of the Holiday Nk.nld 11 Ex- swA? tended iu I Caver All Braaehea f vffif Baslnee. Emplarera Wha Will Give a 3m Half Iaetlday to Their Baipleyeee with Wfa The repeal of the Saturday Half-Holiday fRV law would depriTo many working people of 9y their only hope of recreation daring tha g week. What tho proplo want in not a repeal iflE of the law but an extension of tho observance jSp of tho holiday so ai to oover all branob.es of $Mfi business. iaL Many employer aro willing to eive their MjM employee! the half holiday with fall pay if WR? their neighbors will. Borne of these men ci- tK press thoir views in tho interviews given JS below t pm Frnnk J. Lalte, a Third avenue merchnnt, KJIE employs six men. " I givo tho Saturday half $ holiday," he said, " tha year ar...

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. — 24 February 1888

ISESSteSi -MWS lllLSunilay Mertisingjinf M DAV WOULD Printed daring "the" Year 188T " iflT II I ii IM ifrgsr Itirljmlfflffllff ffwlw? T?tSnJwHJl l.tftiffll k Wl (?L If " fi JrA I 1 I I fill 1 The Averaan Nnmberof Adver- 4f J JJbbbwT n-nr ' ' ' rMieH- I " ' ' jm PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. ,B; . ' tfW' ; EXTRA ' MR.GORGORANDEAD I . f The End Came at Washington Early This Morning. P b Career of the Great Philantb.ro- 3 , pist and Millionaire. I i The Corcoran Art Gallery nnd the Lonlse Home Two of the ninny Monument Which Testify to Hie Generality How file Great Fortune wm Accumulated 3 Inveitmcnta In (lovernment Donde lit Fidelity to Ills Southern Friends Con fiscation and Return of Ills Property Incidents which Hhow that till Heart ,' Was la the Right Place. i IrsraciAL to th wmu.d.1 WAsmNOTOM, Feb. 19. Mr. W, W. Cor coran, the aged millionaire philanthropist, died at 0.80 o'clock this morning. He had (offered continuously from a severe brotv...

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. — 24 February 1888

Pr J THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARYS, 188g. . , .. ..,. . , 1 K THE WORLD. J& ' HE" FRIDAY EVENINa FEBRUARY 24. JST $xm8CJtXTTiojr xo ins jsrmaxo yP( EDITION ( Xneludtng rat tag). Hfe- rsnuoNTn, 30c; rsn tear, $s.bo. t VOL. 28 NO. 9,684 m I Circulation Books and Press Room I OPEN TO ALL. jjS Tnx cixcuumON or tiii m EVENING EDITION iSM or M THE WORLD 9B' for the week ending Bnttirtlny, Feb. 18. (Sv was as follow i H Monday 92M40 k Tuesday 99,000 fM- "Wednesday 88,400 WK' TntmsDAY 88,640 lf Friday 89,760 Wr Saturday 92,800 $ Averago for wook.. 91,773 R ' ALWAYB aoakbt the people. nK It li always the people who pay the fiddler ifm when monopolists dance. Mr. The Sugar Trust puts up the prico of sweeU b ening, and the consumers hand over am 610,000,000 extra in a year. (, The Milk Exchange pays the fanner threo jsft cents a quart for milk that the people of this MR e"y D11lt W eight cents for. Thus the IK i milk producers nro robbed of a fair profit by Xf depriving them of comp...

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. — 24 February 1888

thk.orlpj, FOT4y gypNiiyG, rjEBRUAny ?4t ipsa,,, s r"ifB MERRILY GOES THE DANCE. J JKEBT-MAKEES WITH AND WITHOUT MASKS ENJOI THEMSELVES. tlebnlen. Iodse tbe TentonU Aiaembly I Boom FrMaonII.vo aDajiqact and I at DnU-t4n Dull Crowded by The I Grecians "Friend of the Phoenix Ao I elation Oat In Force I Teutonla Assembly Booms contained I merry crowd last night invited by Sobulon 1 Lodgo, No. 8, 1. O. F. 8. of I., to its annual masquerado ball. Prof. Baer and his or chestra furnished muilo. The officers of tho lodge arei L. Krelelshelmer. rretldent ; U. M. Zeldenrntt, Vice-President; M. Oohn, Corresponding Secretary; A. Hater. Financial Secretary; L. Leyersohn, Treasurer. In chargo of tho cntorlainmont woro: Floor'jianajcr, A. Krclelsticlmer; Assistant, M. Jackson: H. Kramer, J. Abels, O.n.PreDdenberg, V 1L Ilammcl, I Abrahams, ti. Kiamer, 8. (lot tea man, L. Jacobs, E-Qreenebaum, S.Krelelehelmer. deception Oommltteo Wm. Well, Chairman; II. Floershelm, Vlce-unalruism; V. lleinafurter, ...

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. — 24 February 1888

WTWMs " u'"niffflffTimimB!ffBE?S ff ffpffi ' '" rpUE WORLD.' FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24, 1888. .'J 3D0 NOT REPEAL THE LAW. fSk' 111 PEOrLB WANT A HALF HOHDAI AT Wjk. TIIB END OP EACH WEEK. IKu SML )SHtMf f Repeal af th Law tfc Ok mky: mraus.tr ut tbe Holiday KfcaaM B Bx Km UuM M oa to Carer All Braaehe of Km Bants Employers Who Will CJIt a LSIm Half Holiday to Their Employ with In rwr f3F' Th repeal of the Saturday Half-Hollday fj$- Iw would depriTa many working people of CP-. their only hope 'of recreation during the feJ' sk. What the people want U not a repeal 2? of the law but an extension of the obterranco f$L of the holiday so u to oorer all branches of fesX buslnt. "MTC Many employers are willing to giro their $W employees the half holiday with fnll pay if Wf$ their neighbors will. Borne of tnoso men ox. Cm their" Tiews in the interviews given owi WtMfc Frank J. Laite, a Third avenne merchant, lj$f employs sis men. " I give the Saturday half Hi holiday," ho said, "the year ar...

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