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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 February 1888

IIopewiTtheworlo --P- I AHOTHEB STEP UPWARD, f ifjf; ., ALLl c,rcbuolo,on JIJlE IIrwBH Syiw 1277 2130' IB PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2D, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 3Jfl 3 O'CLOCK , POWDERLY'S VOICE. Knights Must Not Supplant the Brotherhood Men. He Says that Two Wrongs. Do Not Mako a Right. Startling Accusations Made Against the Brotherhood Men by the General Master Walkman They Incited Unlsbte to Aeta of Violence During the Great Southwest fttrlkr, and Then Wert A gal nit the Itlrul Organization Notwithstanding. Sir. Fowdlrly Warns III" Men to Keep Their Hands Off-Tim ' Trust " the Lat--- est Invention of the Devil. (inoiu. to tux wonLD.) Scbantoh, Pa., Fob. 29. The Evranra Would correspondent made a visit to the 'JtrW reridenoo of Mr. Powderly. The General JM Master Workman is giving all! tho atten. jv tion bis strength will permit to tbo affairs m of tho ordor, and walks easily in bis study I recuperating bis jaded powors and rcsorv- "iuR all bis cnorgies that bo ma...

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. — 29 February 1888

mmmW'm ymmmm 'fIOT6fir3Rpiilp l'"TH-E,WO"tt'XB. kV riKtcUtt.rwMi,wKfcif ok lb KV WEDNESDAY EVENINC. FEBRUARY 29. m Hfc gxmscKiFTJOir xo inn jsrxxziro Hr ED1TXOX (XnelurUng Pottao), Hup PER MONTH, 30c t, PER TEAR, $3.00. p . VOL. 28.- NO. 9,689 Hp I Circulation Books and Press Room OPEN TO ALL. H' Tn cntcuLATioK or ins. K EVENING EDITION H; THE WORLD KjT for the 'week ending Saturday, Feb. 25, K was an follows : Ht Monday 89,520 k Tuesday 87,700 Hf -Wednesday 75,540 Hp Thubsday 92,380 K Friday 92,780 HP Sattoday. . . . . . . . . 86.480 tf, . ""Holiday. Bfc A GOOD BTABT, Hf Tint Eyinino World's first batch of petl- Bjpi' tlons against tho repeal of the Saturday Half- Kc1 Holiday law went up to Albany yesterday. Bfp The papers wcro only fairly started on HnL Thursday last. They already contain over HQ' twenty thousand signatures. Hrc This will do vory well for a start. More Hp, aro coming. Tho working pooplo mako this HS answer to tho falso claim that tboy aro "in. Hf tjured " by the l...

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. — 29 February 1888

EfrW?yjMBBB'BBBBlllBBBBBBBBqBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBB 1 PURIM'S HIGH FEAST ill m, brilliant Scenes in the Metropolitan Jr ODora-Houso. " 9 A Successful Ball Whloh Fillod flj the Coffers of Charity. lfM ' ;: The Ballroom Beantlfally Decked with N ' Flowem The Boxes and the Floor X. Crowded with Handeomely Dro.erd , Ladle and WelUKnown Gentlemen De- erlptlon of Home of the Notable Tollrti An Account of the limitation for Which the Proceeds Wilt Prore of Hindi Ue. b Jtiliugv 1 0NS nnd dnuBllt of ' I ifio S5 rHtVI Israo' filled every nook -' VrvfarPrfaml?l nn corner of tho Mot- ' B tfin lfflEjk5)(l rPM'nn Opora-Houso i m rtlliliCl ast n,fillt in tnB name Ml V LrCrWtt lira ofCnarlty. It was ono I: yk.jtym I ' k mo8' brilliant tBaSfiSE k assemblages of the sea . M &f&& son The younger folk " y P5 Jttufi woove 'n ani-ou 'n fj 5VA0 fEaK danoe, whilo thoir ol- I flK?TnTffJiL dors '00d n In ad- M?5rvl IhlB1 m'rilMon from the 'I iBavk v III H boxes and tho bal- iyiil''WWBa charity...

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. — 29 February 1888

Wm'M - ' THE WORLD. WEDNIUSBXy teVElNING, FEBRUARY 29, 1888. ' . 'SI Wmt&: u WHERE CAN 'WANT' ADV'TS HE THE WORLD KtL BE LEFT?" ..sHIKC. ' Fr't'i sub roi.i.nviNn i.iht op offices K4 VviLi- anAwbii thin oi'T- Ht" UM'liATKD QUERY I B 1 68 BRANCH OFFICES I IHsHEc ' I HsUKeVt PRW YORK. 1807 nroadwT nKOOK. P I.yN.323 Vt a.hl.uton l.) JIUtSl'.V OlTT, .rin ?( Mnniarnmer ei.i nAUI.lt.1l. 14.17 Last .r liOlhot.i VANllINtfrON,llOMtu.l. w Iiuenraqunrc. iHT authorized offices , IKaV. for IIib Itrcrptlnn nT Aitvrrtlernienta t Hie K llegulnr Advprllelna Riitc.i fr MiW YORK !ITY. LBK- nirrrher mrri, U44. JL'RrsI'.YCITY. V Ilosvrry, 3411. .., rsossuru uvuiiur, 003. V' Uronrtsviay, UoO, 1238 .till in rutir. ir,:t. BIBBBBKr nndI4Bl. . , houtli Olli nvrmin, IR. HLR Cilnlon.trrct,07(nrnr Gill iiveuue, 102 nnd sHHHHr JUylnrion.treti. 1042. BsasaMftir Debroiir. el reel, 22 Hill live., DO (near I llh r foot derated tu al.l, 1104 (nanr 11 III h lKv: OV'SS ( .,ree..233 (cor. BrtUKllffiu. KTu' ATrnneA.ai...

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. — 29 February 1888

opei WJJU' -If- . I ANOTHER STEP UPWABD, 1 , ,M ! & PRICE ONElCENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. WK& LAST EDITIDW. j, SH.E STEAM UP. i ; j Eastern Engineers Are Moving the Burlington Trains. j Powderly's Letter Causes a Re- "' versal of Labor Sentiment. CBlef Arthur Declines to Talk of tlio Manl. feeto, but Seems Pleased The C, II. & J. Officials are Confident of Vlclorj The Fait Mnll Left an Usual tills Morning, and Other Trains Reported to bo Moving Several Engines Sleet wllh Mlahnps J "" From Unknown Causes A IHIIItla Com. J1"' pony Called Out In Kansas City. 1' liriCUL TO TBI WOULD. 1 flt. Grnaiao, Feb. 29. The now engineers from M the East aro manning 0., P.. and Q. locomo- m tires this morning and nearly full passongor sorvico is in oporatlon. Fast mail left on time, bnt bad only two post-office coaches. Powdorly's letter has caused a revulsion of sentiment among the local Knights, and com mitteos of Brotherhood mon aro circulating papers...

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. — 29 February 1888

Wk&t I K-. 2 TIIE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 29, 1888. ' , ! R.,y . . . HI! ... ... ... I - ,.,,. !! II SI. I- f WMI S SS , , Jf W BBw ' H WEDNESDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 29. Kt txmacJtxrTXOx to xmt xritxixo K(C JSniTXOJT (Including rosiaoe). H,' JPXS MONTH, 30c f PER TEAR, $3.B0. Ks. K VOL. 28 N0.9.6B9 B I Circulation Books and Press Rooml K: OPEN TO ALL. K" TUI CIRCULATION OP TIIK K- EVENING EDITION HK- THE WORLD Bh ' for tho week ending Saturday, Feb. 25, HF't was as follows i Hii' Monday 89.520 H' Tuesday 87,700 H$v Wednesday 75,540 H&() TnunsDAY 92,380 Kf Pbiday 92,780 Epr Saturday 86,480 Hx, ""Holiday. sE't A GOOD BTABT. mmmW Tnx Evinino World's first batch of poll- Kr) tlons against tho rop al of the Saturday Half- IRp'i Bolldny law wont up to Albany yesterday. BH$ ' Tho papers wero only fairly started on Hff''' Thursday lost. They already contain over RaEh twenty thousand signatures. RKr, This will do Tory well for a start. More BHk wo coming. Tho working pooplo ...

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. — 29 February 1888

(B wBsri X" m THE WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 1858: 'sR ' IPURIM'S HIGH FEAST rjK! Brilliant Soenoa in the Metropolitan Uitf Opora-HouBO. WtL A Successful Ball Which Filled Hr& tho Coffers of Charity. llB Th Ballroom nenntlfully Decked with 1 BJ Flowers TIio lloxei and the Flcor ssUfif Crowded wltli llnmleomely Dreeeed Bfcjft-, Ladles and Weil-Known Gentlemen De- Jfw erlptloB of Homo of tho Notable Tolli ti ijjt An Account of tho Institution for Which iJjfl the Proceed Will Prove or ninch Use. I j I P. 1 " "" Jan2liters of I ' I J$$Cl wwStVi srn0' fl,e evory nook a7 lvvU7f)U(li on( corUGr of tho Mot. 1 f tfr lSrSMll roPl"nn Opera-Houso H H PtW (W ll Jnst n'Bht in the name KM mT AiCwSnTI nra ' Cnarity. It was ono ArV ?LlwlnL uo most brilliant bttlj 7TteamSJriL assemblages of tho sea- - fwl "r"",rn' B0Ilt xiio younger folk v f P rtS weaved In and out in iWAVs fem tho figures of tho 5tiA Xi lrM danco, whllo thoir ol- I lNTnXVwlJB ors lOKo(l on ia 0,1- frqgpy. I iffi mira...

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. — 29 February 1888

HL'' it THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2D," I8SK K PtlWDERI.Y'S VOICE. k( , JKnighte Mast Not Supplant the BHl' Brothorhood Mod. HEr ? 5Kv He Says that Two Wrongs Do BWfcv'f Not Moko a Right. WkWrnmr BBHJBa., MilKr. 'Startling Accusation. Blade Atrnln.t the bbbssBSsh. ' BmHty Brottierhoad Men by the (leneral Muter ffSM?; Wortjmaa-Th.y Incited Itnlabl. to Act BnHHgVy ofYloleno Darin the Great Boutlnred RHB ' Strike, and Thau Went Aenlnat tbe HB&" KlTal Organization Notfrllbatandlnc, RHtffk Mr Fewderly Warm Ilia Men to Keep &9bWM&' Their Hand. OIT-Tbn " Tra.t " tbe I.nt- WlWWsmvt tit Inrentlon of the Derll. LHHw i WWWsmti irxoiiL to Tns would, HKkt Bosahtoh, Ta., Fob. 29. Tub Eveninq WIIhWwT'' Wokld correspondent made a vittt to tho HK" Teridenco of Mr. Powderly. Tho Genornl H&r Under Workman is e'Tinc allj tbo ntton- IHU' , Won his strength -will permit to tho affaire WwWW&! j" of the order, and wnlks easily in his study IHL v ' rsenperatine his jaded powe...

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. — 29 February 1888

K PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEPJNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2D, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 8 1 BaK ' ,4H IEXTRA STANDARD'S GRBP fm Tecmliar Easiness MethodB of the Mn Big Oil Trust, mm't H. Ht KoTraoe of tho Hundreds of Con- B corns It Has Absorbed. MGen. Pryor Makes Rome Very Interesting mWW Discoveries The Moat Important lieport B were In the Hhnpo of Looao Memornndn B Which were Destroyed When Approved 4 Hllght Records of Great Transactions Mmy Blneo 1882 Pumping? Secretary Arch. HT bold. RL After ascertaining that there ra nothing Hf to tho minute book of the Board of Trustees mU which thoy oared to concoal, the officers of H the Standard Oil Trust offered it for tho in. WH spoction of a sub-committee of the Bcnato U Committee on General Laws, consisting of HM Chairman Arnold and Senator Linson. A Tho sub-committee inspected tho book last BhU evening. With reforenco to tho result, Sena. BB tor Linson told The Evenino Would roportor H that the book 'was evidently intended to bo H seen. BB The su...

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. — 29 February 1888

Hf , , , THE WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 29, 1888. - m the world. BBS'., ruiuntatrtrtithOtto. Iw WEDNESDAY EVENINC, FEBRUARY 29. Bar gvsscsxPTXOJr to jrmj EvuimrG K , EDITION (Including Tostag). ijfr FSB MONTH, 30c f PER TEAR, $3.S0. & VOL. 28 NO. 9,689 H I Circulation Books and Press Room I j OPEN TO ALL. Iff Tm CntcuLinow or tub f '.EVENING EDITION !H$ OF. H THE WORLD W- .rforthewcek ending Saturday, Fob. 25, jvjfi was as follows : P. Monday 89.520 ' Tuesday 87,700 $1 Wednesday 75,540 k Thursday 92,380 If Friday 92,780 Saturday 86,480 at-' ""Holiday. ml. j$,. A GOOD BTAKT. K The Eventno Wobld's first batch of potl- ;fflj tlons against tbo repeal of tho Saturday Half- Htt, Holiday law wont up to Albany yostordny. WW,' Tho papers wcro only foirly started on Ig Thursday last. Thoy already contain over ira twenty tbonband signatures. E This will do Tory well for a start. More S5 no-coming. The working people make this W: answer to the false claim that they are " in- MP jure...

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. — 29 February 1888

lr -A1 ' 9 ' n J m THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 29, 188& 3 ; E PUSWS HIGH FEAST Kw -. K-' Brilliant Scenes in tho Metropolitan wL Opera-Houso. K. A Successful Ball Which Filled m, tho Coffers of Charity. K Ths Ilnllroam Beautifully Dcclted lrlth K Flower Tl.e Doxe. and tbe Floor V Crowded with Hand.omelr Dre.sed Bf I.arile. and Welt-Known Gentlemen De- m.i? .crlptlon of Home of the Notable Tallrt. i-V An Acconnt of the Institution for Which WW tl.o Proceeds Will l'roro of Much Co. Mkb. 1 J--t'B8LLHUa ""1 ONS nnc "iRhtcrn of K I jd&C) "wSV Isrnol filled every nook R,' IwtrVvfrifVwGSro n1"' eorucr f "10 M-t- ', W r 4fftt v2)V, ropolitnnOporn-Huuso ft raS& TKi k,t night in tlio name K (Lri iVvJoxl nva of Charity. I' was ono V' zLjthIL of tllu most l,ril"Hnt R?' (3EEp5ir3SL assemblages of tho Ben- f i CO " R0U '''ie 'onuBr f'k Yfi r t$t ar waived in and out in H 'Yt5 $Jrvi t'10 nKurct f t'10 i IWil! XfllK-iH ''nnco' while their cl sE -. I iKTPuaLJr! cers 'kcd on 'n...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 February 1888

HRfUf1 rVT r ' f flf "At v. SyrPi cT J?- hW' HYHYHHHHfllHSflHffHWJHYHVs't' hYhYsY HHHtt'' f sew wHilr'M!TffHlseHr Mf LeaBaBaBaeHlj- sr VFt '.CTFVe MH y Jk sleaBaeaeKS , ! ! ' j Mr LH. .csWC'J'.jeaeay"- ' f ' LH POWDERLTS VOICE. Bpf''' Knights Must Not Supplant tho 1$' Brotherhood Mon. Wm' e Says Two Wrongs po ?&" . . Not Make a Right. Biifl W BtATtlln Accusations Rind Agnlnut the Hwi I Brotherhood Men by the ftenrrnl Muster Bf' r Workman They Incited Knight, to Aci'h Kj & of Violence During the (J rent Honthvrt-st sKtH rev Strikes nnd Then Went Aenlnst thr HrST ? IIItkI Organization Nolnltlislnnitlntr, Bra X "r ,,TT,,r'r,J' vrn HI" it'nn In Kri- HjW " sft Their IlamU Off Tlin " Trim " the l.nl- K- W rat InT,n"on of the Dnvll. KSi X inoiii, to Tn wonin.l B' fflt BanAKTON, l'n., Fob. 29. Tun Kvnsiso Btt $ s Would correspondent nmdo a visit to tho Hj !Sp. Spridcnco of Mr. Powdurly. Tlio Ginornl HK ., jSp Vaster Workuinn in (jiving nil; tho utton. Bf & W Von tis rtrenlrtu wi...

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. — 2 April 1888

The largest number yet. -rnwrn he urgest number yelIm : M j L tf, iHHBBV VbbbY Mrmf "t" mtfi'' Alt if' W T s r ' Y-jirV mhi HVHHBMhHbJ TtfawaV Lbbbbl Wl WlJ H f f S Qftmmy eyaafaiyVe)t44 Vf j i fc MaaLaflaflBBBBBBBa! OTJJSJl NJ??V&f!TA 31Py?0 "b!sb rf O' It"JiMl aWseY MAJJlLlliVlTivHnll1 llNrM llwjltvMV tail ' Mil liifM Irlvral 2 ssSaawnasas Jjr r l3r TeJr fl' ' HWi AJwA vY'4A (Xf 4MM3Ai 4 asUVJF ( TpVf ' c 1 iSI ii l i' u ; lii3KllKlLlSil& OrHB MBWSPAPXHS. :4 V 'TliHwaB. PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. . I ' ' J''Jfli 5 O'CLOCK EXTRA JRUTALLY SLAIN. n Industrious Woman Murdered by Her Drunken HuBbond, Tain Efforts of a Boy to Save His Mother's LiTo. trick Facklnghnm Call 1I! Wife's Throat U West Ttyentyvtteveath Street and Says tlo I Glad He Pld It-Ue lad Just Tleiacd Off from Arrest Twice The Crime Committed la tho Sight of Two Boot End of a. ILang Court o of Abate Patiently Borne. Lying on the floor of n rear room in the fcarth story of th...

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. — 2 April 1888

HK?V THE. WOMB t MONDAY T2VENING,' APRIL 1888) ' B? THE WORLD. & r HK,' MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2. K SVBaOKIfTXOX XO HUB JCVZMXQ Hfr'- SDJXXOIT (Including Te$tagt), mH.' jmu month, 30c f rsn tsar, $8.00. ijSkJ vot-2S N0, 9'722 ffi" " 1 1 Bf ' JEnUnd at th. Poot-Offle. at !tr Totk M Mrad-laM fcu& mall mitUr. mti "Circulation Books and Press Room1 lB OPEN TO ALL. I Bwr Thx Oirouzatioh or tot p EVENING EDITION jHl THE WORLD Hll lot th week ending Saturdays March 31, wm !H Monday 100.600 iHjk Tuesday 106,500 iKIl, Wednesday 105,640 K Thuesday 102.800 Mfe- Friday 106,760 MH Saturday 106,880 Hi, Avenue far the Itnllre Month I QQ gJJ HHHTftr; . Of III it rob. t i i i mi .... ' km- r P' WOMEH IHBFECrrOBS. M?t The Central Labor Union (bowed its mag- 'KSf nnnimity by giving a hearty indorsement to jHjlk (be eiforts of the Workingwomen's Society to Hr; Monro an amendment to the law providing jBm for six women inspootors of faotories. iH A bill to this effect is to be submitted to BKfv'. ...

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. — 2 April 1888

I ' HARKEDBYDANCE AND SONG. AHNIVERSIRIES OF BINGINU B001ETIES HERMIT COMMEMORATED, l fj,B Beethoven Maennerehor Celebrate the I Baiter Festival Pretty Toilet Heen on Jj the Ilnllraoiii Floor Concert by at Schle- I wlg.Uolsteln Society Entertainment of Ij the Germanla Association. Tlio Boothovon Uncnnerchor celebrated JEnstcrlast ovoning by n concert and boll at Bocthovon Ilall. Tbo floor was under tho management of Hcinrich Eggo, assisted by Gustav Mueller, "VYm. Kurtzor, L. Kronteld, J. M. Ohmols, 'Wm. Tenhompol and J. II. JJseher. Among tbo many pretty toilets seen upon the floor woro tbe following : Ulln Anna Maria Froben, ollvo green silk, with black molro antique trimmings. Mlsa Frances Btclnmlller, black Spanish lace, wltb block Jet ornamente. Jim. A. Utcininltler. black tollle rellgleuse, with hltck moire antique vest. MlisMollle llrickeliuulcr, black aatln and jet. Mlis Fannie Ilrlckeluialer, wblte satin, with White lace labile r. llsi Loutio Drlckclmntcr, black aatln, wltb...

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. — 2 April 1888

ft aaflaBBBaHi PBHB ( V THE WORLDS MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1889. I HK i)ELAY ASKED FOR SHARP. R l - Ht;ih ceuNBiL bat he is in danqeb of HL DKATH TOOK WEnMONLL -HL 6a Stat) af Can ud OneUe t Bio saMHgL Asaa?1t-Fayslelaaa ta be Appelate1 r ' jflsaaaW ar Bxanslae lllsa Arttelee la JHa the Newspapsra Mad the Basle of a E ,' W fer a Change of Tenne. KL , JAeob Sharp's pose vrs Again before the Hw Court tWimpnjinn on n motion before Jodce HL, PaHerton, in Supreme Court, BpeoUl Term, bbbbW m change of Tenuo. Hpi Vhp nrob boodler wm not present, but bit Hf i eonMeU Congressman W. Bourko Cookran K-' mil exJnage William Fnllerton, were. H&' ' Sharp's abtonee being oommented on, Mr. ! Fullerton said t "Ho is too sick to bo pre. Kf ent-" ! K?, "nayon'twe beard that before f" asked Jmli Dkrtrlct-Attorney Fellows, who was on band, I Kv yMh bis assistant, McKonzle Sample, to op. R pose the motion. Bfv " Not from me," was the lawyer's roply. Bv When tbe motion came on for argument it ' JHk' n...

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. — 2 April 1888

f HE LARGEST NUMBER YET. I --sIrS ' THE LARGEST NUMBER YET. , '"M I Orgg NEWSPAPERS. T V-" iMEliKMsiMi iffiffl iil'liM Miill' IV iwSl V V V 6rHKn TOTWSJVtPJER. '$ t;lt """""" """ ' nX vr TiL4nmm-LJJ. l"'""' miium 1isimssmiiismuimswsshmmmm i ..,.f 'ftJH i" T ! I FRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. &H iSTEDmi IRUTALLY SLAIN. u InduBtrioua Woman Murdered by Her Drunken Husband, aln Efforts of a Boy to Save His Mother's Life. itilck PacklnshnM .Cnti Ma Wife'. Throat In Wtit TwentT-tSovenlh Street and Say lis la Olnd HeDId It He Had Jait Itrsced Off from Arrest Twice The Crime Committed In tho Sight of" Two Hoot End of a Ionff Course of Abuse ratleatlr Dora. Lying on Uio floor of a roar room in tho urth Btory of the tenement-house 213 West .vcnty.seventh street this morning was tho (dy of a woman. The left hand, cold and stiff in death, ntched at a gaping wound in tho left side' the throat as if to stop the ebbing of tho 'e-blood therefrom, while the face...

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. — 2 April 1888

Hr-lwttfe J THE! WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1888, . I I SHI THE WORLD. fl HfJT MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2. H Hk'" Bjwacnxeizojr to xiib jerjsxxira Lfl laLHfl' EDITION (Including rotlage), H 'Kjt FEB M0NTJT,30c. PEtl YEAR, $8.G0,' H HPP vou 28 N0 9'722 bakel akeBBwr' . H KC, Rnbind t the rost-Offic at New Yolk M ssoond-elass H HRlMh mall matter. I ' Kb' Circulation Books and Press-Room iH I laB? '' OPEN TO ALL. H LH'' TBI OinoVLATIOM TUX I HI' EVENING EDITION H ! HI THE WORLD liH i aHfti for the week ending 8ntuntnyi fllnreh 31, H j HfW 'OllOWSI ,--. H lUl Monday 100,600 H .H?' Tuesday 106,500 H I tHI Wednesday 1 05,640 H laHf' TmmsDAY -.102,800 fl Bjt Friday 106,760 H K" Saturday 106,880 H gaTaTflH ATcrnao for thoKntlro Blonlh I rtfS OQ I LH ' aLwV orninirh mOsatsu H I Hp WOMEN IH8PE0T0R& B HftY The Central Labor Union showed its mag- M . B'.J nanimlty by giving a hearty indoreemout to H I jBtfc &e efforts of tho Workingwomon'sSocloty to H Ks boouto an amendment to the law...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 April 1888

I THE WORE!; MONDftfiVENING, APRIL 188& Tf ' S jH I MARKRDBYDMCEANDSONG. 1 ANMVEE3JU11E9 OF RINGINO B0C1ETLE3 I MERRILY COMMEMORATED. I The IteethoTen Maennerrhor Celebrate the I Easter FeetlTnl Pretty Tolled Heen on H the Ilollroom Floor Concert by m. Hchlc.- I wlu-Itolsteln Boclety Unterteilnment of JP thb (Icrmnnla Ae.nclatlon. Tho Ttcotliovon Mncnnorchor celebrated Easter last evening by ft concert auiLball at Jieethovon Hall. Tbo floor was uuSor tbo management of Hclnrlch Eggo, assisted by Guntav Mueller, Win. Kurtzor, L. Kronfeld, J. M. Ohmois, Win. Tonhompel And J. II. Escher. Among tbo ninny pretty toilets seen upon tbo floor woro tbo following : Mist Anna Maria rroben, ollvo green silk, with black moire nnttquo trimmings. Miss Frances Slelnmlller, black Spanish lace, with black Jot ornamenta. Mrs. A. Mummlller, black tolllo rellgletiBe, with black niolru antique vest. MltsMollle Unckclmatcr, black satin and Jet. Mlas Fannlo Drlckclmalcr, white satin, with whlto laco tab...

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. — 2 April 1888

iHHffir lTTPrF;fyWH".Vr'W ,-w"r "wj' yw -r-. -,P3filcwHKffreiM vy .4S Wf)f4M-4yCTicM!yeaMa Br' ; '' H , : THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1888. Hf DELAY ASKED FOR SHARP. Hu - B 'BH COUNSEL BAT HB 18 IN DANGER OF HV DEATH FEOH PNEUMONIA. IK L1 r Can a sad Uaable ta Hl ITKjt, "- AaMsiTltPlryalelana to be Appointed by jHr Caart ta Bxamlae Ulnt Artlelee la fB' Nawnpapere Mada tka Bnata of a IjK -- Afallaa far n Change of Yenae. KS ' ' Jepb Sharp's case yms analn before the fHKvV ,Cmrt thi morning on n motion before Judge IKb, JfrUercon, in Supreme Court, Spoolal Term, IKv for a change of yenne. H;'' The arob boodler was not present, but his Hp rael, Congressman W. Bourke Oookran VgH&r and ex-Jnage William Fnllerton, were. lHpjj;- Sharp's absonee being commented on, Mr. BH Fullerton said ; " He U too sick to bo pres- gK cat" PaHti "Haven't we heard that before V asked Hfi Wtrlot-Attonioy Fellows, -who was on hand, ifsKtf with his assistant, MoKenzIe Semple, to op. IHf . " tosa th...

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