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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 February 1888

B, -jo p e n I the woRursTj - j AHOTHEB STEP UPWABD J M I alli c,RcON CLJIilC IliSiwHtf CllP:LHl 111. "FT 5H! H - ..............- m m PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. I f LAST ED1TI0W. THIS IS A STRIKE. Burlington Engineers and Firemen f Quit Work. ' Knights of Labor Declare They 1 A Will Now Settle Old Scores. I probability Thnt the Ilrotueriiood Action Stha "Cheapest, Best and CJiilckmt" Wtll Prove One of the Greatest Strug, tries Ever Known In This Country Four teen Hundred men Hare Already Struck and 8,000 (libera Are Idle The Strong est Labor Union Fitted Afnlnat One of the Largest and Wealthiest Corporations Knights Will Undoubtedly Ketallate for Home or the Rnubs They Hare Received , I From Chief Arthur's Organization. ll firnciii. to rax wonLD.I jm OmaAOo, Fob. 27. The grcnt Btriko of the Mm engineer and firemen on tbo Burlington V jj(3. system is now in full iffip .toast so ow ln'n,,tos bo I Ws f foro 'clclc this vws yifn) moraine the Chi...

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. — 27 February 1888

WK THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27f 1888. I THE WORLD. lfB f ilHtX4ttatrrriUMt(s fRTC MONDAY EVENINC. FEBRUARY 27. Kp BVoaoBirxxoir to amy jcnsirnro H$' EDITION (Including railage). Bpy pxntioNTii, 30c t rsn tear, $3.ao. Hffi VOL. 28 NO. 9,687 H I Circulation Books and Press Room R, OPEN TO ALL. fllE , Tn circulation or THK ( 'EVENING EDITION f- THE WORLD Bv for tho-vreek ending Snturdny, Feb. 25, EjL , was os follows : HBc" Monday 89,520 I R Tuesday 87,700 j H "Wednesday 75,540 Mk ' TnunaDAY 92,380 B " Fmday 92,780 Bf ' Battoday. . . . : ... . 86,480 B&"' Holiday. HgJ- LEX THE LAW STAND. MBjr Hurt Tip and hurry in the petition against Wi " tbs repeal of the Saturday Half -Holiday Law. f Hb Thb Evzkino Would has already received ' JllM many and long Mats of namei signed to the BlS petition ont from its colnmna. When work. jW5. Ins people by the thousand take the trouble II a do tnls " '" I'la,n Voot that they are very lEr much interested in preventing the ropeal of W&...

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. — 27 February 1888

aswwWP'CT(wHBrBBBPi H 'TBETWotttD: MONDAY EVENING; FEBRUARY 27, 1888. S 'ff' a???, . w i '.' 'MANYPDRIM MERRY-MAKERS Hr H RECEPTION OF THE Y0L7NO HEN'S INDE H UNDENT CLUB. VB Tho Twentieth Assembly District Well Itep- Kfl relented nt a Dnll at the Lexington Kfl Avenue Opem-IIonie A Crowd at the KK'-, Ueeeptlon of the Kraktntr Young Men' KV Flcunre Clnh Entertalnment;by Lodsr. H The fact that vostcrdav was Purim, H " Queen Esther's Day," caused city ball. B roomi to bo crowded last evening. At least jH 2,000 pooplo wero in the Lexington Avonuo H Optra-House whoro the Young Men's Indo- B pendent Club of the Twcntioth Assembly JW District had a publio installation and rocop- m tion. The officers installed woro i M C Shoneood. President; J. 8. Kpsteln, Vlce- President; ). Frecder, Recording tfccretsry; E. . Weinberg, Financial Secretary; Mux belle. Tress- A urer. Board of Directors :. J. Kendler, Chair- H roantL. Adler, J. B. Epstein, M. 11. Moss, IL IfM Oppenhelmer, C. btlcti, JI. A. S...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 February 1888

B' THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 188& . I THE LAW'S CHANCE mm. City Aawmblymon on tho Half-Holi- B: day Question. Bg.: Democrats Genorally Opposed to K$. tho Repeal. Wn A Denauaa Tkat the nutate Shall be En. iti'l ' tfbrced and NotWIpedODt The Approach- fife! ' law AetUn of Member of the Leglalntnre Sjjj? Foreabadowed Repnbllcnna from rtratrn- VjL atone Dlatrlcta Who Would Dcprtra Wi WorUlnejmen of the Half Day of Heat. "Will it be repealed ? $ Why should it bo repealed ? ra These qnostions to-day are agitating tho IP' Jnlndi of 00 per cent, of the workingmen of if thlsBUU. ih The Half-Holiday law titands in porll. . A Bepubllcan Legislature, which passed M, the Half -Holiday bill last year, not in any Bt apirit of jnatice, sentiment or fairness, but t: because it was believed that tho Republican y party would profit by the votes from the V labor parties then in existence, withes to re- & peal the oot now because that object no longer exists. 1 From tho first Tub W...

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. — 27 February 1888

. w T oZlr fiflfef M P MlSM I Yesterday's Oiroulation: j fl B PRICE ONE CUNT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, lKUIHT All Y -7, ISSS. IMlIClTojCKNT. 11! - - i . .. - ; i'HSv (THIS IS A STRIKE. H Burlington Engineers and Firemen H Quit Work. Hsnlghts of Labor Declare They tH Will Now Settle Old Scores. H Probnblllty Thnt tlic tlrutlicrhooiV Action JHj on tlio "Clicnpest, Heat nnd Quickest" B Will I'rovn Olio of ihn (.rentes! Struit- B sic Kver Knorn in This Country Four- H teen Hundred .Men Ilavo Already Struck H nn.l i,(t()0 Others Aro Idle The KlroiiK- jB rut I.ulior Union Pitted Annies! Ono of H Ihn Largest nml Wonlllilest Corporations jH Knliilitx Will Undoubtedly Itetntlate Tor H homo oT the Snubs They Uuve Received jHj From Chief Arthur' Organization. H rrrrciAt. to Tiir. Troni.n.l 1 CniCAr ub. '21. The crout strike of tlio H engineer ind firemen on tlio llurliugtou H --c. ,J system is now in full B p blast. bbbbI iWa ,, . A few minutes lo- H M foro 4 ,i:lock this H 4 k, i) morning tlio Chica...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 February 1888

gaMnaagagagagafsgagagaMB!iBaBWIIB!gaBWI'iE5 HKS 2 THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1888. 'I R THE WORLD. HK MONDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 27. Ml. gVBBCJtlPTIOV TO 111E JZrKXIXO KR' EDITION ( Including Pottage)- HH TEItilONTU, 30c f PEIl YEAIi, $3.50. HB VOL 28 NO. 9,687 H,''; j Circulation Books and Press Room K, ' OPEN TO ALL. HHJP' TDK CIRCULATION OP THE ' EVENING EDITION ft THE WORLD BK, tot the week ending Saturday, Feb. 25, LaggggKgK-i vru on followB : Hk Monday 89.520 W Tuesday ' 87,700, K Wednebday 75,540 i HI; Thursday 92,380 Kff' Friday 92,780 HfX'X Saturday 86,480 HKi' "Holiday. BfP'' let 'the law stand. BaT' Hurry up and hurry in the potitlons against H' ' tho repeal of the Saturday Half-Holiday Law. KW Tnx Evenino "Would has already received Bfftr many and lone lists of names siguod to tlio HHKl petition out from its columns. When work- BHJmk! $ng people by tho thousand tuko tho troublo BjKKr to do this, it is plain proof that they aro vory Bfljbfr much interested in p...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 February 1888

. THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1888. ft' , Mj 1 MANY PUKIM MERRY-MAKERS B BECEPHON OP TUE YOUNG MEN'S LNDE ' PENDENT CLUE 'R The Twentieth Assembly Illttrlct Well Itcp- H reaeutril nt n llnll nt the I.exlnatun M Avenue Opem-Hoimr A Omul nt the B Kceepttnn of tint Krnknuer Vuutiff IHpii'h H rlciiNiircC'liili lhitcrtrtluiiicntftuy Iiitsliiea. Wa 'K Tlio fnot Hint yesterday ini I'uriin. 'Vi " Queen Esther's Dny," caused citv ball. m rooms to bo crowded last oveniug. At least flg 2,000 pooplo wero iu the Lexington Avenue jM Opern-HojiRe, whera tho Young Men's Indo- )cndcnt Club c the Twentieth Assembly (W IMstriet hnd n nclic installation nnd rccep- 1 1 . lion. Tho officers installed were : 11 I c. Hhonjood. President: J, H. Epstein, Vlco- President; CI. Frceilcr, Kocordlng becrctury; E. Mjl Weinberg. Financial Secretary ; Max r-elltr. TreaH- yfl urer. Hoard of lllrectorn -, J. Kendler, Chalr- Wt mantL, Adlcr. J. & Epgteln, M. II. Moss, II. Opiicnhelmer, C. bltcli, 11. A....

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 February 1888

Mm' I UK? r M M. A TTTE WORLD; MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1888: I W GENERAL RACING GOSSIP. St 11IE STAKES OPENED BY EASTERN ASS ' IjfcV clATIONS TO OIiOSK MAKCII 1. Nft I.tttmt Ritsllalt limine nil llin I.lnrnlii.lilro MS. unci lilvrrpool Urnnil Nntlonnl Tlm Krn- uB, ' tnrlir Iit1it mill ll l'mmlnriil Ciinill. Wti ilnlrx CIlilciiHO Sniiiiiipr ltncm HrooMjii Kl DerlnrnliuiiN KriitiicUr Trnlllim Nile. Hu" Althnttfih it tniiy be Iml form Jin, at rroient to WpTf las any ffcoil ot bookmakers ai u IrfUcrnltr, In Bf connccllou with the turf, it la iio li" truo Itiut Br much lias been printed tbln v.lnlcr about tin m Unit fjfo. laeutruc. It lia been mid that tliejiiro tlm very f dregs ot oclotr, a band of mjliciiiots ilico nolo B . object U to rob ttio raoo-gohiu public, and to ho K "flz" races that but few urc dedued on the Wt menu of tho hcrc8. Of tlio fnirilntr weekllci, Wft the one lcist In tlm lial.lt ot itiiIk iit Lotting In nny fife thapeH Hi" Turf, 7'nil and liirm. ui In lint curr...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 February 1888

1 fop e n j wiuwl " :ailffffltiic 1 AHBTHER STEP UPWARD. 1 H '!" ' T" i rV ' tooooooooeooooooot " JI H PRICE ONE CEffT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. $R 13 O'CLOCK THEY WANT THE LAW H Working People All Favor the Sat- urday Half Holiday. Wb Unanimous Opposition to tho n Proposed Repeal. B Many Wrong Opinion from the Signer to H "The Evening World" Ilalr.IIolldar jH Appeal Will the Gold. Seeker Wont the B Babbatfa Next f Dr. Ht. Clair One Im. H peTtant Reason linongh for Anr One J-W Hearty Approval of "Tho Evening Uf World'" Movement. flf Tho further inquiry is pushed the plalnor P it becomes that tho people for whom the Bj Saturday half holiday was created do not L want it abolished. This is shown by both V letters and tho Interviews printed below. H Workingmen and employees generally do- claro that they have derived groat benefits in H many ways from tho oxtra hours of rest which it affords theni, and they.'regard with anxiety H the efforts of those who are ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 February 1888

BlX: KB 2 TIIE WORLDt TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28, 1888. j IP KIM TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28. K'Mtff - hKI ' gvBHcmrTioH xo ana jsrsszwa WM JIDITIOX (Jntludino ro$laa"). mmm' rsituoNrn, 30ct rsn yeah, $3.go. KSj' VOL. 28 NO. 9,688 HI I Circulation Books and Press Room K OPEN TO ALL. BfcjT Till CIRCULATION OF Till Hi EVENING EDITION Km&T or Kf THE WORLD K for tho week ending Snturduy, Fob 25 MLkI was as follows : MmM Monday 89.520 mWm Tuesday 87,700 ff K1 Wednesday 75,540 Wmb Thursday 92,380 mM Fbiday 92,780 lm SArtDAYSSgO Wi if ""Holiday. M St J Ri ' A BENEVOLEHT OOTOFtJB. ISJi Tho Standard Oil Trust is a very benevo- K: lent and patriotin institution, according to Kjjf W' President IlocEKixLLcn. P? Hs It provides a salary of $25,000 a year to each Hi' w ' n'no trustees, who sometimos meet as 6j w often as six times a year. It pays its stock. W9 He holders a dividend of from 7M to 10 per cent. !? ' BR n J'oar' anI has accumulated for their benefit K?' JW an addition of $20,00...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 February 1888

I J JK 1 I ;LVbbJ J I W 'I I THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28," 18887 "W A I . " i i .11 .. .. I I .GAIETy.FORyoUNGANDiOljJ) jm ONE BLEEPING BEAUTI AND MANX LIVELY H ONES AT A PDIUM BALL. BM Entertainment of lbs Galea of nop Hab. BM bath-School at the Lexington Arenas Opern-Ilonse .Membera of llie Harlem Bl V Tarn Tereln Oat In Alneks Many Ueeep- BC tlom by Lodges nnit Oilier Associations. Bk. Monday night Is generally an "off "night BY in tho city ballrooms, but still thero aro bo Bjf many different lodges nnd associations that BC wish to entortaiu Uioir friends that tlioy aro BY not all ablo to secure tho moro dcslrablo B nights, and scones of gnyoty may be found. BM The Lexington Avcuuo Opera-IIouBO, for BM instance was packed last evening, when a BM Furim entertainment was Riven by tho clill. BM dren of tho Sabbath-school of tho Synagoguo BM Gates of llopo. Tho officers of tbo cougrcga- BM tion wero out in forco to look after tho pleas- B nro of tho littlo folks. Adolph S...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 February 1888

Hi H r" STIE WORLD TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28; 188: . ; IK Elaine's interview final. Hi" M BAT V,EADINCi UtrUtlLIOANS A1TEII Faftf BEADINO IT IN "THE WORLD." EE$ ?Blfctd Of iirerywhcre The Majority Now B' Pell.re Maine Could Nat Accept Even a HBl Vaiwlmoa Nomination Thcx Will Now PBW" t.oak for Another Candidate What Dtra- fifK& acrmta Say of Tbo World'. "Int.r.lew. W Tb interrtsw with Mr. Ulalno cabled to the KiMS, pnndax Would from Florence, explaining and KKM empnsl2lnff hli lcttjr of withdrawal to Chairman ItfKf Junes of the Republican National ommlttcc, hus BHk? beep Terj wlaeli read bj the politician!. It baa KEf) attracted almoat aa mnch attention as Sir. Illalne's fiKjc, flnt communication on the subject. The majority B ol ILpnbllcana were eitUllod that Mr. Illalno HJP meant Juit what he said In his letter to Mr. ffiflKu Jones and that he wonld not bo a candidate, bnt KE tome doubt existed In the ralndn of man; as to Mr. ffKfr; plalne's sincerity. Mr. illalne's Intervi...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 February 1888

1ftMtK?mMWImlmKKSflmmmlmmm 'open Tthe wohlsTj 'Tflfe - jAHOTHER STEP UPWARD, j M B PRICE ONE CE1T. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. IB UST EDfflDN. W r C, tU Q. STRIKE. B Keitor Sido Disposed to Make V Any Concessions. I n Attorapt to Interfere With I i . the "Fast Wall" Train, cjBjsnaapBw. Ii PftJronai and l)nt Few Subnrbnq Train I Are Kannlnjr President Ferklna Glyea f'Vbp Evening; World" iho Correspond ence Between Himself and Air. Arthur 9Tbe DrotberhQOd Will Not Furnish Men , to Ban the Government Tbrangh Mall ' Train" incompetent Knslnccra at the Throttle Oaua Aceldama Bnalneaa Iq Chicago la l'orolyred Engineer Quid to 'be Iinlghta of Labor, on Tbelr Way West. Israelii, to im would, i j OsBCaoo, Fob. 28. Uneasy rests tho hoad that's on a strike. No cessation in tho 0. B. and Q. hostilities Id apparent to-day. An early visit to the headquarters of the I fiorapnny found evory ono alive. Tho wrock " , fttNaporvillo yesterday troubled tho mon i oger, and oTon ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 February 1888

WP' ' " THE WORLD: TUESDAY. EVENING, JP,EBRJDARYJ28J8M. ' ' THE WORLD. Ht, ti.wrrMrMA(a. K' iKr TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28. & fKjf?, svnpcniFTioir to mis xrrxiwa BRMV , XDIIIOX (Inrludlng roitagf). fHf PxnuoNTH, 30c rsn tear, $3.S0. EataaaaaaflErN - IKfJ, VOU 28 NO. 9,688 UL -, Hr Circulation Books and Press Room PK' OPEN TO ALL. tKe!' Tdk Circulation or tub Wm, , EVENING EDITION mmmi v , THE WORLD K-. ' for tho week ending Saturday Feb. 25 BEl-j'V was ns follows : IB Monday 89,520 Ki'' Tuesday 87,700 BK Wednesday 75,540 IHp Thursday 92,380 IKp Friday 92,780 fBI HoHday. KBaBa! lKf . A BENEVOLEHT 00T0PU8. B Mu. The Standard Oil Trust Is a very bonovo- KHT' lout and potriotlo institution, nocordlng to iVHK' President Bookefelleb. JKf- It pro-rides a salary of $25,000 a year to each T,vK3$ of its nine trnstecs, who sometimes moot as tiB often as six times n year. It pays its stock. fcH holders a dividend of from 7K to 10 per cent. HAnF' year, and has accumulated for thoir benefit...

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. — 28 February 1888

nHliBHMMBHIMBMBIMMPBBBBMMMBBIBIW H -THB.WORLDv TUESDAY EVENING,. FEBRUARY 28, 188a 1 - " W V GAYETY FOR YOUNG AND OLD IjHB ' a El ONE BLEEPING BEAUTY AND MANX LIYELY jjB ONEB AT A rUEIM BALL. JH Xntertnlnment of the Gates of Hops Hab jkLK balb-School nt lha Lexington Avenue H':- 'OprnIIonse Members nf. the Harlem lH Turn Vereln Out In ftlnaha Mnnr Itrcep. jjB tlnne by lxxlgea nnd Other Asaoclutlona. B Monday night is generally an "off" night K In Mio city ballrooms, but still tbero aro so jB many different lodges and associations tbat B wish to entortain their friends that tboy are LLW not all ablo to securo the more deslrnblo , jH nights, ond scenes of gayoty may bo found. LU Tho Lexington Avenue Opcra-Houso, for gK instance, was pnekod last evening, when a H Purim entertainment was given by tho chll. jH dron of tho Babbath.school of tho Synagoguo H Gates of llouo. Tho ofllcers of tho congrogn- jB tion wero out in forco to look after the pleas- K nre of tho littlo folks. Adolph Sln...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 February 1888

IBmf,i THE WORM TUESDAY VENma,FEBRUAUT9P.lfm' ''" " ."-', fl HptfHEY WANT THE LAW mi KHtlD parking Feoplo All Favor tho Sat- BtBpJ ' urrlay Half Holidays If I ' tK&i Unanimous Opposition to tho HgSBpp Proposed RopeaL Wp' IHH& , JHnny Hirons Opinions from the Blgncrs to H-HpV "Tho Evening World'" Ifnlf-llnlldny HH$&' Appeal Will the Hold-Seekers Wont ilio BflH$Tr Sabbath Next f Dr. HI. Clnlr' One Im- H partaat Renson lfnongh for Any One HE.-" Hearty Arrrovnl of "Tho renins: E World's" Movement. Ks !Tbo 'nrthcr Inquiry is ptisiiod tho plainer KjK) U becomes ihnt tho pooplo for whom tlie VW Enturday half holiday wai created do not HHb? want it abolished. This is shown by both HB& liters and tho interviews printed bolow. HhF- orkincinen and employees generally Up. KBff- P? tliey tftvo derived groat benefits in HHfii ' many ways from tho oxtra hours of rest which HH L it affords them, and Uioy'regard with anxiety HBlS the efforts of thoso who are sookinc to havo HK the la...

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. — 28 February 1888

' PRICE ONE CENT. KKW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1888. PRICE ONE CENT. If j I EXTRA I G., B. & Q. STRIKE. H - I Noithor Side Disposed to Make ,m Any Concessions. .,M An Attempt to Interfere With rM the " Fast Mail " Train, ifl Wo Thronajh nad but Fen Suburban Trains ." -Are nnnnlnsj President Perkins Ulres "The Evening World" the Correspond. ' enee llettveen lllrnself and Kir. Arthur H The Brotherhood Will Not FurnUh Men B to Hun the Government Through Nail H Train Incompetent Engineer at the V Throttle Cause Arcldenta Dualnen In -JB Chicago I Paralyzed Engineers, Said to W be Knights or Labors oa Their WmWmu TM ' lanciAi. 10 in wou.d.1 ' jfl OmoAoo, Feb. 38. Uneasy rests the bead "Am that's on n strike. ,-' No cessation in tho O. B. and Q. hostilities is apparent to-day. , t An early visit to tho headquarters of tho ' company found oTory ono alive. The wreck , , at Nnporvillo yesterday troubled tho man. nger, and even his intimates found it difficult ,, to cct his ear. -' "No t...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 February 1888

Hj-,Vw' . ' ' ...... Hk Jv )ft , THE WORLD; TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 281998. I K ME WORLD. Hf TUESDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 28. B$ EDITION (IntluiUng railage). K .TXB MONTII, 30c. I rER TKAlt, $3.50. Hrf VOL. 28 NO. 9,688 B I Circulation Books and Press Room I K OPEN JO ALL. H' Tnit CIRCULATIOU OP TIIK Hf EVENING EDITION 1 THE WORLD K; for (ho week ending Saturday, Fob. 25, BBBK;!' vns os follow) : K Monday 89320 Rl Tuesday 87,700 H Wednesday 75,540 Bf Thursday 92,380 Hf Friday 92,780 Kf "'Holiday. mk ' K1' A BEHEVOLEHT OOTOPU& Bf ' The Standard Oil Trust is a very bonevo- S$ lent and patriotlo institution, according to K& Frosidont Rockefeller. BVsP It provides a salary of $25,000 a year to each BASfr; of its nine trustoos, who sometimes moot as HHjt of ton as six times a year. It pays its stock- HmS , holders a dividend of from li to 10 per cent. EEj? a yoar, and has accumulated for their bonofit KSPf' an addition of $20,000,000 to tho capital. It EvBmf ' Is so anxious to enl...

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. — 28 February 1888

iafSfirP! MmmwmmmmBmmmu9m99MnmmBmmMW!tM I . . THE WORlll p 'WM H - - liMiiiinim mini in .i ... . . i i i i n lsV? r. I GAYETY FOR YOUNG AND OLD I ONE SLEEPING BEADTT AND MANY LITELI I ONES AT A PDRIM BALU Fntertnlnment of tho Gntes of Hope Hub. balli-School nt the l.exinsjtan Avenue Oprrn-llouso Members of ths Harlem Turn Vereln Out In Mnska--.'Hnnr Heeep. tlnni liy Lodges nnd Other Associations, Monday night 1b generally an " off " night in tho city ballrooms, but still thero nro bo many diilorent lodges nnd associations tlint wish to cmteitnln thoir friends that thoy nro ' not nil nblo to soouro tho more deslrnblo nights, nnd ecenes of gayety may bo found. Tbe Lexington Avenue Opcra-Houso, for itiBtanco, was packed last evening, when ft Puritu cntertninment wns Riven by tho cliil. drcn of tbo SablmttvGchool of tbo 8ynagoguo Gates of llopo. Tho officers of the cougrega ' tlon wero out in force to look after tho pleas nro of the llttlo folks. Adolph ShiBhoiuier is President, Louis S...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 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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