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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 October 1887

M I r6 O'CLOC ISPECIA L . PRICE ONE CENT. oiTthe WAY TO DEXm CASHIER BARRON'S ALLE0ED SLATERS LEAVE BOSTON FOR MAINE. riotlt Hlnln nnil Cromwell 8lcpt Wei! Liu! Night Wlint the Tombi Turnkey Thlnkii of the Two Men Cromwell's Ilnil llrpn. Inllon In Hie Vicinity of Foxboro', .Ifnar,. IIolli Men Are Very Desperate Character. SfKCIAL TO TDK EVEHIXO WOULD.) Boston, Oct. 13. rv X SIrI "UcRO'l mur- ag$J 11 dercrs. Slain and ifm 1 11 Cromwell, paid tho IjlitMill iL 'rm,)S n visit lust TrTrtWJIl night. Stain wns 'Yi I Jl P'nccd n onco in cell tCwffitirfati&i. nni Cromwell slept in 'mt iLtlfcSIt Both of them passed vsS' . ft quiet night. Thoy rip'SyCj yf went to bed soon aftor !rL7"i JEIln lue'r nr"vnl t lo -5. u--2i-rtv. colls, went to Bleep early nnd wrro wido nwnko this morning when summoned to tho train. At 8.30 o'clock thoir cells wore- unlocked. Stain was handcuffed by Officers Bean and Cromwell to a follow-ofllcer, and they started for the Dexter (Me.) train. Speaking of their appe...

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. — 13 October 1887

H V JJ THE EVENING WOKLD: THURSDAY, PC r; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13m. B(-' SVBHCIIIPXZOX (Inttuittna I'oitagt), Rf JPJMl itONTIT, 30c; FEB TSAR, $3.00. K TO ADVEHTJSKKS. HnL The rates for advertising in tin Dally YfoT.LT Hyp (to not apply to the Evening Ittue. , Nor do the H? ralti rf that litite apply to the morning edition. Hf BTII.Ii IT GBOWB t Rf) rirtt d7i 1U.10 copies. Eb Second day, 115,680 copies. Kt" i Third day, 128,420 copies. Hp - ' This Is the threo days' record of The Eves- g rno Woub'i reception by th'o people. An Hw Increaso of 4,170 on the second day's issue BP' over the first day. An increase of 12,840 H& )tha third day over the second dar. B h Such a success is not onlyunprcccdcnted Htf in tho history of Journalism it is astound- Hpt I Ins I Are wo not Justlflod in inscribing on Kj . dxu banner, " On to 200,000 1" Htf ! And then, what beyond f B K$ . A CALL FOB M0BE LIGHT. K& Why do not Bono of tho lawyers who Hv'7' granted to censure tho press for its criticis...

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. — 13 October 1887

J I ISTREAM, TRACK AND RDfG. I ' a I jUffiANOEMBOTB BONO MADE FOR POOL I tournaments; I flha MnhttB Alhlctla Club Trying Hard to Gat PcU White Collar and Elbow WeatUaa Ifsefal In Fighting Carney J Want a Oalon Contract With lUcAa. IWo Jockey Walker's Peanuts. r NDD0EMENT8 of all jftO kind ore being offered !d Jjlfv fcy tho Manhattans to Y f tMJ weeded from thorn k K Ml Ksl Bftcr J11 treatment, f) "p uO1 fl when ho was ill In the ' Br V J fcMfc. Canadian champion. ' I 2? I A fn ships, joinod the New f I liv-SfS. , ors nnd swept all I wSQj beforo him, to rejoin r M Sxi T th6lrrankB- White, it I I SXliS' 0XPnBC8 Pft nnd I 3frvl?MCr 'p Englond I ii?IitS7v:$U n Manhattan team vLJyZJrZ next summer if he will 'It' only return to tho fold. White told Trot Evxntno World man yesterday the New Yorks rwero pretty white sort of people. ' Jockey W. Walkor, who given up riding Mid looks after his ."commencement of a stable. Alex. T. made this innocent ad mission tho other day: "It makes me mad whe...

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. — 13 October 1887

B: 4 THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1887.' I K. THE PRINTERS' HOT FIGHT. Bt' ' H& ALL HANDS OUT THIS HORNING IK 6EY- Hz ERAIi ESTABLISHMENTS. RS'1' Trouble Caa.ed by the Settlement ntnarper's) Rf Beth Sldea Ileiolvrd to Battle t the End HP; Orer the Card Itule Presumes: Helping B Compositor Committer Trying to Ileacli Hf an Agreement, but It Look Donbtlul. B$ The battle between tho union printers and Hb the employers upon the card role issue is HSL being hotly waged. The printers have called Kh out all hands in soTcral ostabllshmonts and Hf threaten to call out those in otlicrs, while the B," employers hnvo met the attack byadTcrtlsins Hfc all over tho country for non-union printers. H&' They deolare that they will keep their offices HF closed before they will Rive up the fight. H Regarding tho reports concerning Harper B Bros., the Union Oommittco this morning Kx" posted the following notice at Pythagoras V? Hall: Sp' This Is to certify that no non-union men are a...

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. — 13 October 1887

''fH v ' ' fc I LAST Tl ;nmrnDN.dt.-- -MHmB Wfottto lEPrnoN.I! i ' ' -' - TB PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1887. PRICE (NE CENT J CROSS - EXAMINING IIAIIN. -nb doesnt do as well witti col. fel lows as with me. howe. Ad "Effort to Show (but Us Waa Afraid of Ilnney and Had Known Illm to be a Danerou Man He Fired the First flhot for Assistance and (he Second to Hit Ilu. ey ln.the;Le Mr. Hussey Present. Igg BjMffl It. HO WE was prompt Wa Jffl lyon timn ibis mora. Z'sgjjl" W Hreman Edward Hahn, W ijVji rt block ho Indicated to MPW. J7ViW uo reporters that he Wlini-) r anticipated tho con- rVfc! - """ elusion of the evidence 'A-iaWr'C t"dav "" 'bat be TSrSlK? should make the last tfahjtJF?j plea for tho life of his mmmfi though large andlus. ( IlllfttlilTnP rous diamond shone XhSttfttaBPiji. on bis expansive shirt ( Uftprffiii' front and a large dia. J .QSJ mond-studded ring ' .KfjiM Bunted from either f JH IkCj " 1 Uttl flnBr' HU ,ron yrJl I HkjBK .& J Bray no'r was...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 October 1887

k h 5 4 ; THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1887. J j mmSxr Hp THE Hf THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13m p$ HVJlSCJtXl'TIOX (Including Vttlago), wjy JPiTi? month. 30c, rsn TEAIi, $3.G0. Kjy TO ADVEKTISKRS. Ef TV rati for adtxrttting in the Dally "Would Ht' j&o not apply to th Evening Unit. Abr dofA BP ntfe o 'Aaf " npp'v to (A morning edition. B 8TJXL IT OBOWQ I R&l rirttday, 111,410 copies. Hf;' Sccotjd day, 115,680 copies. tt;: Third day. l',!8,420 copies. HEfo Thin Is th three days' record of The Kvrx. ML 'woWontn's reception by tbo people. An Hg, leereasoof 4,170 on tho second day's issue B- over the first day. An increase of 112,840 WWpl t? tho third dor orer the second day. K' Bach success is not onlyunprecedented BBbWw K tfathe history of journalism it is ostonnd- Hfej Sfig I Aro we not justified in inscribing on Hif 'our'bsnner, " On to 200,000 1" bbbW! V;' And then, what beyond ? B A CALL TOE HOSE LIQHT. Hf , Why do not some of the lawyers who Wk wanted to censure the pre...

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. — 13 October 1887

I STREAM, TRACK AND RING. H i I ARRANGEMENTS BEM MADE FOR-FOOL I tournaments; The Manhattan' Athletlo Club Trying Hard to Oct Buck White Collar nnd Elbow Wrestling Useful In I'lhtln-Cnrncy Wants a. Catlron Contract With McAu. llfTe Jorkev Walker' Feannts. ,. -. NDD0EMENT8 of all oKjf kinds are being offered 'd SltlN ' 7 tue Manhattans to r73 MY. BOt W. 0. "White, who jCj JtrrtJr MCe'od from them K flllKSi B'tor ll' troatment, I ) A Slltl wncn ll0 Wfts Ul a the S f M4SPV Canadian champion. Kf A p5!R ships, joined tho New lju v5Jv )v "Vorks and Bwcpt all WSQpSb . beforo him, to rejoin jVJl J their ranks. Whlto.it k Nrlssaid, is to have oil J'tfRkjWITva his duos paid np, his yrurfcl6 expenses pold, and a SfiTcy. trip to England with jfc&TJija' the Manhattan team ff next Bummer If he will only return to the fold. White told Tim Evznino Wobld man yesterday the Now Yorks wore pretty white sort of poople. Jockey W. Walker, who given up riding and looks after IiIb "commenoemont of a sta...

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. — 13 October 1887

HBnHHnHHHsBBsfflHPH MLj'i' ' THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1887.' " 1 Hjf THE PRINTERS' HOT FIGHT. HI K AT-L HANDS OUT THIS MORNDfO IN 8E- H&, " ERAL E8TABLI8I1HENTS. Hfcw Trele.Caned by the Settlement at riarper' MfH , '' Both Sides Reeolred to Battle to the Knit HP&v Over the Curd Hole Pressmen Helping Hg7 'Composltora Committee Trying la Ileurr. Hpv ' ntt Agreement, bat It Look Doubtful, naHw j HfT The battle between the nnlon printers And E ita employers upon the card mle lssne is BlI r, B holly waged. The printers bare called Ek"-1 out all hands in soTeral establishments and EL' . threaten to call out tboso in others, whllo tho E' eaploycrs haTO not tho attack by adycrtisinn Ep 11 over tho country for non-union printers. Ev Theydoolare that they will keep their offices HBU closed before they will rIto np tho fight. Hp. ' EecardiDg the reports concerning Harper H&V ''Bros., the Union Committee this morning k"' posted tho following notico at Pythagoras WmPh...

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. — 13 October 1887

J f FIRST I y 'EIM ' 'Vjh. 1 FmsVia EDITION. IMUt WBuBBn ,OWmO. I EDITION. M PRICE ONE CENT. ' ' " NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1887. ' PRICE OJfE CENT "', M cross - EXAMtraa iiiim. HE DOESN'T DO AS WELL WITH COL. FEL LOWS AS WITH ME. HOWE. An Effort to fehow tUnt Ho Vm Afraid of ! Ilussey and llnd Known Illm to be n Dangerous Man lie Fired thor First. Shot for Assistance and the Second to lilt Hus sey loZAieZLxK Mrs. Hussey Present, rtP fflFff B.HOWEwns'prompt ft 4 atarm lyon"tlmo this morn VL 3 jft JL lag at tho trial of -SSfc Polloemaa Edward CvisSxa J Ilahn and liis modest V Nj ' bluok he Indicated to' ffffli iW. ' 7iW t10 reporters tnat ho WPrluj I k anticipated ' tlio' con. . ' " gfJ. r- elusion of tho evidonco V jyMJev to-day, and that ho ""&3t553k ivXhA .Bnou make the last fflI7ff&pfczffy p60 'or tno ot " .S fflOTTOl olient. A simple, Y&fnnrfflltlvM though largo and Ins. ; ffllfllfjfirftSbl txous diamond shone ' wSpTOhStoJsP on to expansive shirt $ " r ffit ii...

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. — 13 October 1887

Br THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13in. g&&, KeiWeVJIBOBIPTIOX (Including Pottage), MlW B&JUt MONTH, 30c f FSR TSAR, $3. BO. RA " TO ADVBRTI8EKS. KjfV jIOU rate for advertising in fh Daft Would VV .B0 WV 'o & JToenlnj tow. JV'or do Ae &.j' Qf that tttue apply to (he morning edition. Hp; '' BTILLIT0E0W8I BVntdr, 111,410 copies. Bt Second day, 110,580 copies. B$S Third day, 128,420 copies. Hf "3 ' tho 3 d3rk' rocord ' Th Etkm- Hl&s8WoD'a reception by tho people. An Kr f sreacoof 4,170 on the second day's issue rJ Bj$7-r tho first day. An increase of 12,840 & third day over the second dor. Bm'''8hob ft success is not onlyEunprocedontod K1 la the history of journalism It is astound. PL3ffI Are 'wo nox Justified in inscribing on jBp'smr bnor, "On to 200,000 !' , . Hp ''"AhS then, what beyond T "" H0TVvt- B i'l A CALL FOB KOBE LIOHT. M3!A'$hy do sot some of tho (lawycrs who Hcfwastcd to cenroro tho press for Its criticisms HKVtkjadgoEcorn's action throw a littlo light tvJP ...

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. — 13 October 1887

,IH . ,... M STREAM, TRACK AND RING. a , I I ABEAKflBpirrg, being made., fob rooii II TOURNAMENTS: ifae Manhattan Athletic Clnb Trying Hard , to Oct Dock While Collar and lilboir WiMtllnc Useful In FUntlng Carney Wnnta n Cost-Iron Contract With McAn. ' , Ilffe Jockey Walkere Peanuts, I NDUOEMENTS of all ; ' " i&MiT kinds are Being offered' fj 3 (v By tho Manhattans to rt.' rA JJiIY. Bt W. O. White, who, 'I hJ Sr 'Jr seceded from thomi 1 X K Ml S ftfter ' treatment,! $ f ) A vfclla when ho was ill in tho! I 5ll l V23fc! Canadian champion. V if A OjSVT( ships, joined tho Now 1 iJfV vW . YorkB ud swept all 5 WpSy i Boforo him, to rejoin ii tXTl V tholrra,lk8- Whlto.it r ?J??dfeA55vnl k's dues paid up, his p yAS expenses paid, and a ft OffWs&?lfy$V tno Manliattan nm r ljrC next summer if ho will only return to tho fold. White told Tmc V Etbktko Would man yostorday the New Yorka 4 were pretty white sort of people J 3 Jockey W. Walker, who given up riding j and looks after his "co...

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. — 13 October 1887

ml.Mlr TOE BVMTO WPRWPi TOPRSPAY, OPTOpim 3, J887, .' v Pr PAKASHES OF HIE PABKS. . ' mf A BSGURBDiO STRUGGLE TO PRESERVE THE SHADE TREES. R:, " Prof Berathwlck'a Long Battle with Ineeeta H& ' Or" 1,000' Hpeelea Known and More B DUeerered Lut Year Hundreds' of KfT" 'Baehela of Huge and llretlr llnrnrd An- Hjfj liaally and Men Employed to Kill Them. V JL , ' WICK, tho botanist Kk .' J ,5jfif r Ik. M ftnt entomologist of & XiSAIp-ln Central rark, is n Ht PX "Vl'.K j liuny man. It is his aBSi ' CtfSf - S business to look out IkX " M -'J$ a 'or uo rccB na& Ht v7( i shrubbery in tho rmb- Pm.a Ivy ' ci l'cPnrks nnd sea thnt ft' i ' S&mtlt C rjyyi I'urasitical insects HrV '2?f ''fivM which infest them and HbtV ' V '' sap their lifo arc dc- B. n -.. Btroyed every year. H' " 1! -twtT The work commences Hra lj5 mmU 8ft . aB BOOn aS eV6r '10 Kr t lvW" 'eaTCS Dcltfn bud, mmV 'liwillOlUi'-out in the spring, nnd B& 4 ,5"WJ!,, mcn 0 employed tin- K& til winter timo tcnibbin...

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. — 13 October 1887

5 O'CLOCK I - fe ' "' 1 5 O'CLOCK "M PRICE OWE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1867. PRICE ONE CENT. " Tl CROSS - EXAMOTNG KAHN. 11B DOESNT DO AS WELL WITII COL. FEL LOWS AS Wmi ME. HOWE. An l!(Tort to Show tlint He Was Afraid of Hussey nnd II nd Known Him to be a Danarroni Man Ho Fired the First Shot for Assistance and the Second to Hit Una. ej Initbe !( Mrs. Ilussejr Present. gST ffp R.HOWE was prompt er? JTsrft I?00 tlmo this morn-jfc-L 3 td Jfi In8 .Qt tu trial of Po ' Jkv8 ' "licomon Edward Hahn, V X an n '' modost UA'-VVfrvvv black lio indicated to fLjJjlmM tuo reporters that ho (dlVy1 fj y anticipated tho con- rvT' r elusion of the ovidonco WjtFtJfeLgcx to-day, and that ho j&T5$wk$JL s10n mako tho last ffltflffnjWfM P'ca 'or tno " ' is ' Jis33wWaWJ oliont. A simple, vSffftfffffMfJpffl though largo nnd lus- Tffff?ituSaEii trous diamond shone KJffifSnJjJEr on his expansivo shirt WW '".itlitT' front and a largo dla- -aAiiSH? mond-studded ring W glinted from eithor f J ...

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. — 13 October 1887

HR'-'t' "THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OC WpW?;)'?i Xy . MET' : Hv , the H'V THUBBDAY, OCTOBER 18th. S MVBtCMJTTXOlT (Intlndtno rcttag), Bk .m HONTH, 30c FEB. TSAIi, $3.B0. H' TO ADVEBTI8ERS. Bf 37U ratu for adtxrtding n CM Daily Womb nV do not apply o ft JTcentoj Utue. Wor do Hit , & ofaaf Utue apply to Oie morning tdttion. P4.. BTILL IT QEOWB I Br, " First day, 111,410 copies. B Second day. 115,580 copies. B laird day, 128,420 copies. pL Thla ii tie Uireo days record of Tint Etik Ry jnbWomjj'o reception by the people. An HHRf.. increase of 1,170 on tho second day'a issue n (Orer the first day. An incrcaso of 12,840 P ,the third day over the second day. Ei SnohasnocessU not onlyunprecodcnted K 1 1 la the history of journalism it is ostound-R.-i&gi Aro wo not justified in inscribing on ' Jew banner, " On to 200,000 1" Hl! ' And then, what beyond T BSSSSVF I A CALL FOB MOKE X.I0HT. Kn Why do not somo of tho lawyers who Hfp Wanted to censure the press for its oriticisms Hg Cf J...

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. — 13 October 1887

I Stream, track and ma: (AEEIKQEMENTS BEING MADE FOB FOOL TOUENAHENT83 . fjrka nianfcattan At hi et to Clnb Trying Hard .. " to Ott Back White Cellar and Elbow Wrestling TJaetal In Flahtlna Carney j Wanta a. Oaaf Iron Contract With JUcAu. lUTe Jockey TVaIkera Feannta, NDU0EMEOT8 of oil kinds aro being offered by tho Manhattans to get W.O.White, who secoded from thoiu after ill treatment, when ho was ill in the Canadian champion ships, joined the New Yorks and swept all beforo him, to rejoin tholr ranks. White, it is said, is to have all his duos paid up, his expenses paid, and a trip to England with the Manhattan team next summer if ho will ' ' inly return to tho fold. White told Thb i pyiNiNoWoitLD man yesterday tho Now Yorks jtrore pretty white sort of people Jockey Vf. Walker, who given up riding end looks after his "commencement of a stable. Alex. T. made this innocent ad mission tho othor day; "It makes me mad whon peoplo look around and ' etnro at mo whilo I eat my regular pin...

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. — 13 October 1887

BfV THE EVENING WORLPt THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1887: " , ' 1 K We PKMERS' HOT FIGHT. sHRP Hft- ALL HANDS OUT THIS HORNING IN SEY- Hf? EKiL ESIABLISIIMENTS. Hp7 Trcat) Cauued by the Settlement at Harper'- HHu - Bth MdM ReMlred to Battl t the Bad JTC Srer the Card Rule Freeemea Helplne B 'If Oompsaltors--Committee) Trying; to Beach Hb' aa Agrctaestt bat It Look Doubtful. H& The battle between tho union printer! and E- tto employon upon tho cord rule issue is R--''- being hotly waged. Tho printers have called Kt$f otlt all hands in Bevoral establishments and H&r? threaten to call out those In others, while tho Bf) employers baro mot tho attack by adrortising Hrr '"UoTor tho country for non-union printers. Hj They deolare that they Trill keep their offices H& .' 'dosed before they Trill giro tip tho fight K!i Sogardlngtho reports ooncornlng Harper Hfrjjf Slros., the Union Committee this morning Bf posted the following notice at Pythagoras sK - HaU K:," This U to certify taat 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. — 14 October 1887

FIRST j SI rr vjk. FIRST tS vlN - 4 ymR PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. Jfl TIIISTLE WAFTED HOMEWARD BOT A SINGLE SALUTE TO 8rEED THE DEPARTING SCOTCH CUTTER. Stealing Silently Out of the Hay In tUe Early Jtlornlna llcmly for Heavy Weather Capt. Ilarr Uxpccta to Make Ncotland Id Hlxtccu Days, and May Paw the Ualatea Tho Ilanqaet to I'aluo and llursess. tf IlIaiIT snnbeatus v TJ danced over the bay, k A Ir" "1's moru'nBi trnns n Jk IU? fonumB it luto a hca rMKVw' of molten silver; the Aa R V n nir war crisp uud dry, Jy VCj tax ue sceno ncor the c "TTaEfflKp anchorage of the w mighty Scotch cutter, fLrfSS Thistle, off Tomi). 21? kinsvillo, 8. 1., formed nWft one of those beautiful kM- nmrino and land views JpSlsvSi for which New York jj2J? bay is noted. Cffil Although it was 4sW Jfc? very early, a large TffffTi numbor o f sailing. OSP Uu oiy. craft wore passing up 3s f ?Kl and down tho Narrows, . &0ttYtPP uo w'n being from (YWnraW?S:.t the west,...

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. — 14 October 1887

r 2 THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887. ' , 1 Hi xnK U FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th. R, AVB80MPTXON (Jneluding Voltage), HEjf per, month, soc.f per year, $3,so. mh I HpV , TO ADVERTISERS. K: The ratti for advertising in the Sail Wonu Kfl do not apply to the Evening ittue. Nor do the Htf& 'rata of that ittue apply to the morning edition. Hkp HOW TO SO IT. Vff A Washington journal suggests that it Rp? would be useful to collate the suggestions Et lhathave beenofforcd by persons of recog Rf sized capacity and experience regarding the H disposition to be made of the surplus moneys BBM is the Treasury for the consideration of Con B stress. H4y Tho surplus tinkerers are probably more Hbt aumetous even than the charter tinker--Hv en of this State. Their number is legion HgT and their suggestions embrace all sorts of HV nostrums for tho cure of tho evil of a pleth Kfr ora of idle money in the Government Bp vaults. Hp( But would it not bo unwise to crowd their Kf Botlons on Congress who...

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. — 14 October 1887

laaaafl I SPORTS INDOORS AM) OUT. 1 1 THE QUEER NAME8 THAT SOME OP THE I ATIILETE8 1IAYE. Johnny Kengnn Talk of Ilia Fl!it with I)empey The Oaborno 9300 Gold Chal lenge Medal A Olgnnllc meeting to be Held nt Mnitlson Hquare Harden Haw ruer-Throwlug Record May be Ilroken. fP the queer names re porters of nthletlo meetings have to wres tle with are those of runner Esohwego, " Pop " Schooneek, of the Kassana, Olantnnl, of the Dauntless Row ing Olub, Demonot, the Hjertsberg Broth ers, one a runner the other a walker, of the 01ympics,and chronic kicker Freeth, the Nas sau Athlotio Club's three and flvo milo runner. Queer nick, names are common, too. Old-time champion of amateur walkers Frank Murray is called "Clndors." and Brooklyn Baseball Club Captain Byrne's christening of " Budweister " has got Btuck fast to Kschwego; The first single-scull raco for the elegant $300 gold challenge medal left by the late fj Charles Osborne to encourage tho New York 7 Athletic Club oarsmen will bo rowe...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 October 1887

p V THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1897: HFl , Hasm i i nm""i ' K aEORGIAMDRDERERIIANGED Hi. WUHiEB EDWAEDS PAIS TIIE PENALTY Hlf OF 1U8 FIENDISH CRIME. KffK Met nU Tletlm en be IUsbway and Shot HtO? nlm " Times Then Dragged tha Body K& Pawn a IlllUlde and lllddlcd It with H. Ballets Jealousy the Cause f tha H Crime Which Led to tba Hcaflbld. Hgf: iriCliL TO TUX SVEKIBO WOBLD. Hlv Aiaanta, Go., Oot. 14. Charles Edwards Hi srns Longed to-day in Clarksvlllc, On. Tho Kfrl crime for which ho paid tbo penalty was at H first shrouded in mystery, but subsequent Kff developments brought out tbo whole story, HJf It was on tho 39th of May last, at 0 o'clock If nt night, that William Echols, of IUbnn Gap B&u Junction, Habersham County, Go., was on Bi , his way home from Mt. Airy, when Charley H r Edwards, colored, met bim, one mile below HnP ' Mt, Airy, and with a 82-colibre Smith t Wes- R$ son pistol, shot Echols dead. fc'' He was not satisfied with one shot, bnt re- Bj7 peate...

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