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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 February 1888

1WESltfe7sSpiss ijH? r "" Mi f-"--1 . 1 1 .. Si I Jfe?I!!,ay..ii!ati.JEj --!lf. JMLSunday Advertisingdili I IB Are,tW fiP.nr1 .JC crlr each iMueVfTHKVrjNl' ... S?jS W,p Ssa&sT . ,. ... .,....,i.a... ...,.,s...,s,.t. ...... ...... ,. ; oM bat wobm rii.irt diw a. y.u ins Jmdf 4. 1SS&& YJ I v7V&& 5-V &b&fodk vaf W A"'-" N"mD" " AJmihi. rub. $ 24.054. EiZZSZ' I .. liLXfUtksr wrJTSA "rr' Swf & 1 CsJlbav iuiipu in mrh i.n r tiik hij.nday oaa to , : ,.j .!;,! V.. ...,....,.,... j&rMt wmtmxk AIL, FVn7Wfcvrrv -ti A am !l a rixkVVi.$ I Sl ' wollI,u d"r",,,"Ver,883,r" BU 'Si -I asm. as issnl' ' """" 88T IS jP . in IHL iHuUlAffiflAW 4Tnl lMtllli llSsV IT luL if " 1 Jfl 1 II I if 1 The AvrraaeNnmberof Ailvrr- A arAftat Jjtf il T"T FI,BJ' v2W ST Jml!I Lm.a4 111911 MMl&FJssNlU vSsWl Avlkl Ao i&t JL I. lUL 9 AV Ilscnieile I'liull-dird In rnrh lp. "J OftfeO '8 mmP M M&W g m 2 aV 5r JIWllwIllvlivlltwllK JrtTHJ. M JV M Mjjl C X:-V v T yN NT durlna; ll,o ...

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

IE' !1 I E. 2 THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24, 1888. H TH f v J W OJEk-L D... MLl' FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24. Hjjr evnscitrrTiox to hoc etbxxxo EDITION (Including rcttage). B .TJER MONTH, 30c f FEIl YEAR, $3.G0. VOL. 28 NO. 9,684- Bf rcircuiation Books and Press Room B OPEN TO ALL. HHw-- Tdb CiRcuLinoN or run EM EVENING EDITION WS or H THE WORLD for (he week ending Saturday, Feb. 18. AjfljS was as follows : Hf Monday 92,040 En Tuesday 99,000 BWl Wednesday 88,400 i fill Thursday 88,640 J fllf Friday 89,760 PH Avorngo for week.. 91,773 j 1 1 f ALWAYS AQAHJBT THE PEOPLE. S It is always tho pcoplo who pay tho flddlor n ' T, when monopolists danco. I ' & Tho Sugar Trust puts up tho price of sweet I , , I' ening, and tho consumers hand over Lit 810,000,000 extra in a year. ' . Tho Milk Exchanco pays tho farmer thrco II , f cents a quart for milk that tho pcoplo of this H i c''y I0091 ltty eight cents for. Thns tho H ', f milk producers aro robbod of a fair profit by ' & d...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 February 1888

I THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24,' 1888. W J 1 MERRILY GOES THE DANCE. H - Tj MEBEI-MAKERB WITH AND WITHOUT J HABES ENJOY THEM8ELYE& 'B Sebnlon IHaa nt the Teuton!. Aasemblr ltoom Free Mason Hare a Danquft and n Hnll-NIUnon Hull Crowded bj The H Ureclnns " Friend of lbs Fbcenlx Aoe H clntlan Oat In l'orcr. i Tctttonla Assembly Ilooms contained a merry crowd Inst night invited by 8ebulou Lodge, No. 8, 1. O. V. S. of I., to its annual masquerade ball. I'rof. Bacr and his or chcstri furnished music. Tho officers of the lodgo arc; 1 Ktelelsliclmer. President ; II. M. Zeldenrast, Vice-President; M. Colin, Corresponding Secretary) A. Hater. Financial Becratarrj L. Lejcraohn, Treasurer. In charge of tho entertainment were: Floor Manajcr, A. Krclelanelmcr; Assistant, M. Jackson; It. Kramer, J. Abels, if. II. Freadcnberg, 1L Ilnrarael, I- Abrahams, B. Kiamer, S. Oottes tnm, L. Jacobs, E.Ureenebaurn, S.Krclelihelmor. lleceptlon Committee Wm. Well, Clialrmau; 11. Floershelm, Vice-C...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 February 1888

H I If 1 ( ' "" TIIE WORLD; FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24; 1888T J DO NOT REPEAL THE LAW. lir TUE PEOPLE WANT A HALF HOLIDAY AT li THE END OP EACH WEEK. jR T JnMead of b Repeal of tha Law the Ob- IjSR& trvance ef the Holiday Hhould lie Kx. Ix' tended o n to C'orr All llrnncbe of Jjfut 1; HuaturM Employer Who Will Hive a tJ " Half Holiday to Their Employee with Lw I VnT' Effiffe' Tho repeal of tho Saturday IMMIollday Iff E 'w would deprive ninny working people of K&i 9i their only hope of recreation during tho fybj At week. What the pooplo want is not a repeal W i Je of the law but an extension of tho obwrvanco SjVf; of the holiday so as to cover all branches of ufwi business. J X Many employers oro willing to Rive their mP employees the half holiday with full pay if i jjr their neighbors will. Boino of thcRO men ox- aR press their riews in the interviews given X t below : 5P t Frank J. Iiaite, a Third nvenno merchant, W .9 employs six men. " I cIto tho Saturday liulf W holiday...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

4rME ' $$agewi! An Interview With I M I f5E"woEFcokESPON5ENTj H "-$S ffl ---" AT FI-OHENCK UAH INTItltriKWKD 'SfigJ1 l I MR. BLAISE, Crfltrifc Sufl KSfnrWIT ! mR- &J-AINE i S I " (& Ji'' I a II II llL llWlOAHm Him WBTHmSsW W lf5Al ?!lk if wL. W (ifl ill I 111 I 1 111 I i On His Koccnt Letter und Hus TcleBrnpUoa I JH. 1 5 GEE THE QBIMHAV Ufflini n s v$Jr J v&L mkWAWlMMl(WW vShl aI Av 1 ML L uk f j I two columns or n to s (:9, I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. JS; EXTRA LETTHEBILLSTAND ' Workingmen Opposed to the Eepeal of the Half-Holiday Law, Tho Agitation Spreading All Over the State. "Th evening World' Movement for the Ualf-llollday Law the 8Int Populnr Brer Organized In Unbalf or Honest Labor Workingmen In Brooklyn, Buf falo, Rochester, Tray and Uttca Aroused What Weil-Known Worker fay. Tim Evenino World's fight against tlio ro peal of tho Saturday HnlMIoHday law is booming, and tbo movement bos become ouo of the most popular ove...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

bbTJ SpwHbWsIsBbWbWbWbWbWbWbWbWbb IBt HI IjfllSPP!' sHH mnvSPt wfl HE Hy 111 Hilsr- II H Wn THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1888. .11 h the world. BBBll'BK.-"!'' miMuit a rrt-roiiiiUmfOt. HSv, BBBiftpF-- SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 29. 1 BBaBtBRfe HVTtSCJtZTTJOlf TO 2XTJS jtmirziro IbMsT &'' JSniTJOK (Including Pottage). BBkB'K; rEn i!0:NTU SOc'l FER YEAn $3, BO. BSm! VOL. 28 NO. 9,685 HK' rcTrcufalTon Books and Press Room kJK'' OPEN TO ALL. BuBf Tn Circulation or tub HftK EVENING EDITION HK THE WORLD R mWfci' 'or the week ending Saturday Feb. 18. Rj MWr I waa ns 'M0W s Hw, Monday 92.040 BBbIbM Tuesday 99,000 H ," Wednesday. 88,400 BBBTK Thuhsday 88,640 HP. Pmday 89,760 HE BK; Saturday 92,800 ni MWf Average for week.. 91,773 H MP BAV1NQ THE HALF HOLIDAY. DH HP,V Against tho petition of tho money -shavers BflH ft' and coupon-clippors that tho Half-Holiday H Hp Iaw should bo rcpealedIna Evbniho Would H W J Catherine and presenting tbo views and H Br" Tfishos of the class ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

H Kv 91 ' THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25' 188a1 - ., -"- t W DANCED TO LIVELY AIRS.' Wm ME1LBEH8 OF TUG MA1M0NIDES SOCILTT JB IN WEBSTEU HALL. 'iWmW,j Wefts )f Pretty Dreaiea Worn by the Ladle ,HB, Friend of tbr Fatoell Society Appear HV In Masks The Wnrahnuer Brother En- ,-Hfljl tertnfned by theZerubbnbel Association iBl Social Gathering of Gerninn Druialst Sf ' Tho liveliest and jolliest ball held in Web. jKU Bter Hftll for a long timo was that of the 1BK Young Men's Association of tho Maimomdes ''ft Benevolent Society. Davis and hia full orchestra caught tho spirit of tho evening H m and oulivened tho ball with music Hfl Tho following offlcois looked aftor the H 'A Plca8ur0 of tho quests : U l't 11: Sprmger, President; K. Aioh; Vlce-Freil- BVl dtlQt; A. Hiuerner, Flnanual Secretary; J. Freed- "Wlvh nan, Recording rkotetary. Floor Manner, Ben- ' WssVui 3,mln Springer; Assistant, Joe Ooldsmltn. Floor mmtJl Committee, lienrr Felit, Chairman, lteceptlon a?? 'J Committee, Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

mWwr -aH K" B -V "" " THE'WOIlLPT SXTDfePlY'EVENlNrBRtAllYSSSflK : ' H I THE ROLL OF MERIT. . . NamoB of Ohildron Who Stand High V , f ost in Their Classes. ', This Week's Record of Primary School Pupils. :, IIarWorklD Little Ones Once Mora Have tbs Fleaenra of Seelnsj Thnl Their Oond Work U Appreciated PraNeworthr Kf tortsj to Ilo Well Name. Not Ilecelred In Time To-Dar Will Do Prlated Later. 1 The Industrious pnpils of the Trimary " Schools, who hare stood hifihest in their oUfiBes this week, once more have tho pleas ure of Beeing their names iu The Evening "World's Roll of Merit to-day. Their ;j praiseworthy efforts to do well are rccog- tsV nlzed.nnd it is to bo hoped that thoy -will W continue in their cood work. fp'; Those names that did not arrive in time fJk' for to-day's issue will ho printed in the yro edition following their roceipt. JSe Ornmmar Pcliool Prlmnrr Orpnrtmenta. , No. 1- Class 1 Fritz Beipp, 80 New Clumbers V& st; Floretu Heckmann, 88 Ann at. Class s A'- C...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

,MwiiHiwwwwwwwwpwwip I ' ' smss! aUa&l r fcss-na IIhIIwmUiU i . . . m . ' V PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2o, 188a PRICEONE CENT. I I O'CLOCK LETTHEBILLSTAND Warkingmen Opposed to the Eepeal of the Half-Holiday Law, The Agitation Spreading All Over the State. 1 ''TbaEvanlnsr World'" Movement for llio I IIlf.XIollUnT taw the Most Popular I Ever Orsrnnlzeil In Delmlf of Honest Labor Worklngmon In Urookljru, Ilul- fnlo, Rochester, Troy nnd Utlra Aroused What, Well-Known Workeraay. ' Tnrj 'EviuiiNa WonLD's fight ngninst tho ro- peol of the Saturday Half-Holiday law is Dooming, nnd tho movomont lias boconio ow of tho most popular ever organized in behalf of honest labor and tho workingmon of this SUto. Tho attempt to repeal tho just law is not jnlymeoting with groat opposition in this city nnd Brooklyn, but tho sons of toil of Buffalo, Syrncuso, Rochester, Troy nnd Uticn hnvo also become- nrousod and aro taking Action in dofonse of their rights. Tho legislators who wis...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

IHipiWl I JniMMmm M nwia ! in nullum 'i - ''WWW WWIIIM 11 K 2 TIIE WOULD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25. 1888. I m THE WORLD. KK SATURDAY EVENINC. FEBRUARY 23. jff exntscJtiPTioir to inn evbitiho VM', JSniTlOIf (Including rottagr). vSL TEH MONTH, 80c. PEIl YEAR, $3.50. 'W VOL. 28 NO. 9,683 fGlrculatlon Books and Prossloom Jf OPEN TO ALL. lib Tna circcution or the .EVENINGEDITION f THE WORLD (fSft for tho week ending Sntunluy, Feb. 18. lift was as follows : m Monday 92,040 fy Tuesday 99,000 m Wednesday 88,400 . Thursday 88,640 W Friday 89,760 A Saturday 92,800 m Average for week.. 91,773 m BAVUJQ TEE HALT HOLIDAY. Ep Against the petition of tho nionoy-shavers K and coupon-clippers that tho Halt-Holiday tit. Law should be repealed, The Evenino World jIL is Catherine and presenting tho views and K wishes of the class for whoso benefit tho law ffi was passed the working people E No one ever supposed th..t men who are jjf willing to live Eclflshly on others' toil, with- L out regard to t...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

W ssssssBBlEMMWgsBMMslge I THE WORLDt SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 35, 1889. V JB 1 DANCED TO LIVELY AIRS. f MEMBERS OF THE MA1M0NIDE8 SOCIETY A IN WEBSTER HALL Mates of Pretty Uresse. Worn by the l.ndles Friend, of the l'ctoefl Horlety Appear In ainnUe Tho WiimIhimit llrolliarn list, tcrtnlueil by the .erilbbnbel Association Soclnl Gntherlnjr of Urrmnn Drugs;).!, Tho liveliest and jolllcst ball hold In Web. Bter Hall for n lout tltuo was that of tho Young Men's Association of tho Maitnomdcs Ucnevoleut Society. Davis and his full orohestra caught tho spirit of tho cvoniug nnd enlivenod tho bnll with music Tho following olllcors looked aftor tho pleasuro of tho guests : M. HprinRcr. President; K. Asch; Vlce-Presl-dent: A. Mtucrt'cr, Findtnial Secretary; J Freed, man, Itecordinp; Hectet-ity. Kloor Mamircr, nen l.mln HprlDgcr; Assistant, Joe (ioldsmltf. Floor Committer, Hcnr V 1st, Chairman. Reception committee. Leo raum, .Chairman. Arrapgctncnt Committee, Albeit Fredericks, unuruian.. i...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

Hy, "4 TnE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1888; I H THE ROLL OF MERIT. &T K Names of Children Who Stand Ha- Bi; est in Their Glasses. Hw , U! This Wook's Record of Primary Hi School Pupils. Er W.'- Unrd-Worklog Little Onea Once More Hare HH sTat M. the Measure of Hrclnu Tlint Their ISnod ''fl& Work I Appreciated Prnlsrvriirthy Ef- 'P' forta to Do Well Nnmfii Not Jtrrrlreri In Bk1 Time To-Day Will Do Primed Lnlcr. BBV Tho tmlnnlrious pupils of tlio Primary 't' Schools, who hno Btood liicliofit in ilioir H'flS., clauses thin week, onco moro lmvo thu pious. H'H'f lro f BcuiiiB thoir nnmes iu The Evknino Lrl NVorld'h Itoll of Ihrit to-ilay. Tlieir H'bVc praiseworthy ulTorts to do well arc rccoc- ftf nizcd.nnd it is to bo hoped Hint thoy m ill Hw continue iu their good work. HHf Tliosa nnmes (lint did not nrrivo in timo HK for to.dny's issuo will ho printed in tho Hk-W edition following their receipt. 'Bw Iflrinnmnr School l'rlmnry Department s. Hf S, No. 1. Class 1 Fritz ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

VfMM4MMMMMM&aUKa&kLkLLLaAaB!Li - ...-. -- - - . . . . , Vti I AS TO LENTEN AMUSEMENTS, : . $Wb H0 W JOOKEYsPEIjilAN DIED. J INTEIIVIEW8 WITH AKCnillBHOI-COUHIOAN AND TTV W fl &J3gS""" ' UNIMlF THE .MYSTBUIKSC-F TIIK SEAMV HIDE OF 'M TnETBlCIS OPTlIE UCCKBT-SlIOrn. HWINDLINOUOKBK.' SmW V.W 9 vSlW llRlA. wfljjj T !. W h Jl' (j4) intlOMlln 11 NlH 1 Ifvl l' oV.. fJW Aw Kl yjy yLlL P & , AWO, HENATOIl IS(JAI.I-S0NC0ltIWlRMKi;uiP0LmC8i 3j 7 , , , - ; r tT .,1 jE:Mr"iiT-- iiT"r P iiii fTs I It lllliiuCL.-Jl.l I L . I itH PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1888. Pit ICIf. ONE CENT. 1 usrjpi LETTHE BILL STAND Workingmen Opposed to the Eepeal . of the Half-Holiday Law. The Agitation Spreading All Over the State. TbeEvcnlmr World'!" Movement Tor the Half-Holiday Lin the Moat Popular Kver Organized In Ilfihalf of Honest Labor WorUlniriiiea la Hroaklyn, Buf falo, Rochester, Troy and Utlca Around What Well-Known Vorker:Hay. Tnx Evenino World's fight against the re pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

HN' V THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1888. I B THE WORLD. K? Hff SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 29. E K'- .evnscmi'Tiotr to mn jtrnifura ir JiniTJON (Intlutllno X'ostage). Hhf TEn MOXT1I, 30c s I'm teaii, $3,60. H jVOL. 28 NO. 9,685 Bal mm M Circulation Books and Press Room 1 OPEN TO ALL. R9? The circdlation or Tin fl EVENING EDITION If, IK 3 THE WORLD BB?' J for the treble ending Saturday, Feb. 18. Hl I was ns follows : Hftf J Monday 7""92640 H 1 Tuesday 99,000 Hflf , Wednesday 88,400 K 1 Thursday 88,640 BK: ' Fmday 89,760 Hw ' Saturday 92,800 H Average for week.. 91,773 H' i - BBfafaTaTaoV H , HAVING THE HALF HOLIDAY. R' J A Rains t the petition of tbo money -shavers Bi , and coupon-clippers that the Half-Hollday n i Law Bhouldbe repealed, The Evxnino 'Would H . is Catherine and presenting the views and H; ' withes of the class for whoso benefit the law H , was passed the working people H No one evor supposed that men who ore HK ' willing to live selfishly on others' toll, ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

I THE WORLD; SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25 1888. 51 fl I DANCED TO LIVELY AIRS. MEMBERS OP THE MA1M0NIDES 80CILTI IN WEBSTER HALL. Notes of Prelly Drcaaea Worn by lliel.ndlee Friends of the 1'rtaefl Hoclrty Appcnr In Alnnk Thr Wnralinticr llrothrr. Kit trrtnlnnl by thrrrubbnbel A.eorlntlnn Koclnl ilntberliiR of Merman liruinl.ts. Tho liTclicst onil jollicst ball hold in Web. I Iter Hull for a loug tlmo was that of tho Young Men's Association of tho Mannonides Benevolent Society. Davis aud bis full orchestra caught tho spirit of tho evening and eulivcuod the ball with music. Tho following ofllcerii looked after the pleasure of tho guests : M. Htirlnger, lrraldcnt; K. Aseh; VIcc-lTesI-dent; A. Htocrirer. Financial Secretary; J. Freed, man, ltecordmg Bectetarj. Floor Manager, Hen. jsmln HprlUKcr; Assistant, Joe Uoldsmltn. Floor Coinmlttur, Henry Kelat, Chairman. Kecitlon Committee, I.eo rttrsuss. Chairman. Arrangement Cominlticc, Albert Fredericks, Chairman. Among the ladies present we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 February 1888

m 1 S , -g- JYTTF. WOULD: SATURDAY I3VRXIXG, FEBRtJAItY 25, 1883. 1 I THE ROLL OF MERIT. Namos of Children Who Stand Higli f& oat in Their Glasses! KKt ' This Week's Record of Primary Wt, School Pupils. 'E jjf, ilard-Worblna; LlllU Ohm Once Mar IlnTe & the Pleasure of Hrelna: That Tbelr flood Xf Work Is Appreciated I'rnlaeworehy Hf- TOp fort to Do Well Nnmra Not ltrrrlvrd In j Time To-Day Will lie Printed I.nler. fju Tbo industrious pupils of tlio Primary 3fc Schools, who have stood highest iu their HK classes this week, onco wore hmo tho pleas. iM ure of seeing their names iu Tiik Evkninu Jr "Wobld'b Koll of Merit to-day. Their praiseworthy efforts to do woll nro tecog- Ml pized, nnd it is to bo hoped that they will 3J continue in tholr cood work. tit Thoso nnraes that did not arrive in tlmo j for to-dny'B issuo will bo printed in tho edition following their receipt. ift, Crnuimnr Heliool l'rlmary lirpnrtmenfa. ah No. 1. Claaa 1 FrlU Selpp, SO New Chamber! (J& at,; Flor...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 February 1888

LIB ''1B H PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 188a PRICE ONE CENT. 1ft LnnnnnnW - - - - . - - . . . . 'fitH v EXTRA I THIS IS A STRIKE. I Burlington Engineers and Firemen I Quit Work. H Knights of Labor Declare They Will Now Sottlo Old Scores. BJ Probability That the Urotherhood'a Action Bj on tbo "Cheapest, Dest and Qnlckeat" S Will Ptoto One of the Greatest Strug- m (lea Brer Known In Thla Country Four- VI teen Hundred Men IlaTo Already Struck I and 2,000 Othera Are Idle The Stfong m oat Labor Union Pitted Against One of , the Largest and Wealtbleat Corporatlona Wf Kntghte Will Undoubtedly Retaliate for af Home of the Rnnba They Hare Jleeclved H Prom Chief Arthnr'a Organisation. H fmcur. TO THE WOBLD. 1 Crnoiao, Feb. 27. Tho groat striko of the enginoers and firemen on tho Burlington system Is now in fall A few minutes be foro 4 o'clock this morning tho Chicago. Burlington and Quinoy yards, at Oanal and Sixteenth streets, pre sented thoir usual ap pearance The early mo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 February 1888

sssssssssWMsaWMWILr'i 'LilMraBBB"TWwWWWIiWWWWr 'rwrarffisBsssTWsw & Ttr'lI'liwniiwfflT w If " upw t- n iiwiwti. j.v - w-trTW 'imw,rw f mJmi?!piKMmWimWmBwfa?MimB iwWcCiLKtHfff(TFi TBIHWFWiSTTalinii iTBssssssssTissWssTii'fli r H " ssHn? ' ' i K 1 Bv 2 THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1885. 1 HHHHHK . JT T - gag K THE WORLD. Eft MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27. Kf, tvBBcnipnoir xo jum jsrxirixo WKffc EDITION Including Pottage). K& rSRUONTB, SOcPSIt YEAS, $3.B0. & VOL 28 NO. 9,687 ? l I Circulation Books and Press Room I WML OPEN TO ALL. ESjm Tni cikculatiom or tui H EVENINGo EDITION Kf THE WORLD HHf for the week ending Saturday, Fob. 25, HR&, was us follows i Wmk Monday 89,520 p Tuesday 87,700 lff Wednesday 75,540 H Thursday 92,380 B .Friday 92,780 Hfv Satubday .... 86480 Wmt ' "Holiday. wMin ' Wm LET TBS LAW BTAND' Huny up nnd hurry in tho petitions against WmX the repeal of the Saturday Halt-Holiday Law. fspllj Thb Evbhiho Wobld has already received JEMp-J many and...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 February 1888

ragBiMBsiiigBBiHg,M iVegeSiasSJBgflliejMlBBsBsgi IrTIHT I illl TfflHBlgf ifiHMfF m'KiMn&MgMtl9 v?- i-"twi,, ft a h. i fl" tsf w p WWTPMjfflVi W !?v firT." "v"Bw?proilffSP9nntKfv v!vi5iMgssVgflsi IK" Hff 1 I THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1888. g M 1 MANY PURIM MERRY-MAKERS tiB B JtEOEFTION OF THE YOUNGr MEN'S INDE- H rENDENT CLUB, B Tho Twentieth Assembly Dlatrlct Well Itrp- H resented at n llnll tit the Lexington H- ATenne OprnIIouf A Crowd nt the H Reception of tho Krnknuer Yuunn Men' H Pleasure Club Entertainment, by Lodge.. H' The foot that yesterday was Purim, B ' ' Quocn Esther's Bay, " caused city ball- H roomB to bo crowded last evening. At least Hi 9,000 pooplo wore in tho Loxington Avenue H Opera-House, w hero tho Young Men's Indo- I pendent Club of the Twentieth Assembly Bfl District had a public installation and recep- V tion. The officers installed woro : If C. Shongood. President: J. S. Epstein, Vlce- a rrcsldoiil; (). Freeder, Recording Secretary: E. Wein...

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. — 27 February 1888

Bf' 1, TIIE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 57, 1888. fl R THE LAW'S CHANGE LValiVaEr ' JK'"' Hrc City AesemWymon on the Holf-Holi- B, day Question. Hn Hf Demoorats Gonorally Opposod to ,.KKj Kf- Detnaaa TUat tbe Statute fibnll be Hn- ku- forced and Net Wiped Out Tbe Approach- BHEk' lea Action of Members of the Leslelnture HK'' Foreshadowed llepnbllcnn from Bron-n HK (tone District. Who Would Deprive Hj Wprklnsmen or Ibe Ualf Day of Ket. K , Xjtfnl it bo ropoalod ? Hgj Wiy should It be repealed ? EKr ?lteso questions to-day nro aeltnting tbe Bw minds of 00 per cent, of tbo worklngmon of Wm this State. HfSjF The HalMIolIday law stands in peril. Kff A Ilcpubllcan Legislature, which passed m. the HalMIolidny bill lout year, not in any PH$- spirit of jnslico, Bcntimcnt or fairness, but BB? because it was bollovcd thnl the llepnbllcnn Bs party w6nld profit by tbo votes from tho EB? ilabor parties then in ezistonco, wishes to ro- HSja 'peal the act now becauso that object no BHwl) longer ...

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