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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 October 1887

1 Q O'CLOCK :BSfe fC PRICK ONE CEM'l'. NEW YOKK, I'UIOAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887. . HAHN'S NECK SAVED. The Jury Says He is Not Guilty of Murdering Jack Hussey. HE TAKES HIS ACQUITTAL QUIETLY. L Jnle Cowlna'n Clinrgr Thought by Home to Illnve Ileen Very Wcnk A Younn Womnn Hubs nml Kisses Ilnlin Tlio Jury Out Jmt One Hour An Agreement Ilcnclicil In Ihe Thlril Iliillot Mue Voted Tor Acnnlttnl on the First llnllnt, ami Eleven Iho fecconil. I ,ot53udge oowino ni jMPchnrgid Iho jury in Jrelf I h '10 ""' of Policeman SK5 0 nnnl Hohn for the $WUMA J 8 niurder of Cnpt. Jock cOT 3 Hussey, in Part II. of I. .i 5KLGJ '10 Court of General II 3r&r SonsioiiB tlifs morning. L"2k. His kindly, gonial ej o r hc , Kftvo courage to tho n jfek young mnu whoso fate -ffWfiU WuS boing put in tho yiY 1 U hands of tlio twelve. xJilrl fe Illcn "l tho box, who --3h iux'"v fff had listened so attou n wfeWlfjlfl thelytotho evidence g liii-Jl,'iveu during tho four I jl I -X. I--J preceding days, that (tVJJi-iWUO ho ...

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

MR""''" 9 HL , THlS EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887. Mft I I I I! I " Hp' FREDAT, OCTOBER 14m nK BVS5CBXPTIOX (Including I'oilage), HpjRJl MONTH, 30c; PER YEAR, $3.B0. K. TO ADVERTISERS. BH- 97k raff .for adtrflfnp; in the Daily Worn HMf not apJy fo ft Evening Unit. A'or do the BWi of that ittue apply to the morning edition. B HOW TO DO IT. Bfr A Washington journal suggests that it wr would bo useful to oollnto tho Buggcstlons Hw that have been offered by persons of rocog. MRtrdzed capacity and experience regarding the BSr. disposition to bo made of the surplus moneys Hf.ia the Treasury for the consideration of Con- HR Kress. HK$ . The surplus tinkorers are probably moro IHKAtramcrous even than the charter tinkor H;ers of this State. Their numbor is legion Httid thafir suggestions cmbraoo nil sorts of Hb' nostrums for the cure of the ovil of a pleth Bora of idle money in the Government K,Vaults, Hp ' But would it not be unwise to crowd their $' notions on Congress whon the s...

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

l 1 SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. nCB QUEER NAMES THAT SOME OP THE ATHLETES HAYE. Jolinny Reagan Talk of IIli Flejht with nempeey The Osborne 8300 Uold Chal. rne Medal A (alsantlc Meeting to bo Held at Madison Hquare (inrdcn Ham. mrr-TurotrliiB Record May bo Broken. F the queer names re porters of athletic meetings havo to wres tle with are those of runnor Eschwego, "Pop" Bchooneck, of the Nassaus, Oianinui, of the Dauntless Row ing Olub, Dotnonet, the Hjertaberg Broth. i ers, one a runner the ! other a walker, of the Olympics, and chronlo kicker Froeth, the Nas sau Athlotio Glub's three anil five milo runner. Queer nick, names aro common, too. Old-time champion of amateur walkers Frank Murray is called "Cindors." and Brooklyn Baseball Olub Captain Byrne's christening of " BudweiBter " has got stuck fast to Eschwego s , The first single-scull raco for the elegant S'SOO gold challenge' modal left by the late Tftf Charles Osborno to encourage tlio New York W Athletio Club oarsmen will be ro...

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. — 14 October 1887

F& I THE EVENUH WORLD t FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887: m I RL1 BOUGHT HIS BWEETHEAffirS cnnD. ' Hp, ' Krrel Procedure of a Dlscnrdcd Suitor In Hft Trnnrco. ErV (SrSClU, IO III KYXHIXO WOULD, Hk Chittahoooi, Oct. 14. Johnny Martin, ft Bt Un-ycar-old lul, accompanied by Joseph Kl Bums, of Chicago, passed through thii city E& !on their way to tho West. The boy told the Hp 'following story : "My name Is Johnny Mar- Mf" 'Mn, I live in Atlanta -with my mamma and H?V papa. Mamma used to cry, and then obowonld H& pick mo up and hold mo, big as I am, and Hfte. then ftho would cry Bomo more. Ono dny a Hf big man with brown whiskers caino, and ho HFk Baidi ' Now, I will glvo you $200 and tako tho ' WEr boy homo with mo ana adopt him, but you Kuii ue to sign an ay all claims ou hlin.' I heard EnT ,hlm say it, and told him I didn't want to bo Wmi adopted, and I wouldn't bo adopted, but H 'mamma mado mo go with the big man, and WK1 I saw him glvo her somo monoy. My papa Hg had been sick ov...

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

vLfuu4J2SmrSIUrrJS9fflla9R99lfflBFl!BHIII Mi '' J- AVAN vILr V i E II JBlL ffLwwf vfL ) (!iJ 1 111. 11 ill 1 lH 1 t PKICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, Fill DAY," OCTOBER 14, J887. CHAMPIONS COME TO TOWN. . THE BASEBALL TLATERS GREETED BY , ENTHUSIASTIC FRIENDS. They Travel In Special Car. and Arrive In Good Condition for Their Game In Wash. Ingtnn Park this Afternoon Kuril Team Confident of Hncceas-Manngcr Comlskey ( Charmed with the Weather. ' as... ITII a rush and a roar gtho special train from Pittsburg bringing tho St. Louis and Detroit teams to ploy tho fifth game of thochamplon ship scries camo into tho station at Jersey City at 8.45 o'clock tliis morning. The train consisted of threo slcopors, a dining car and a baggage car, all handsomely decorated. Tho palaco car occu pied by tho players of tho League was distin guished by flaming banners, on whioh op- , a pearod tho inscription: a H ' '- -4?A "The Detroiu' Cham- pm AQ) .-d ' pions of tho Leoguo." .& O, That of tho St Louis IikV...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 October 1887

E -J P. '2. . j THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887. H'" ' in - ' ' B-" FBIDAY, OCTOBER 14th. H&, MVJlHCJtlVTIoy (Including l'otlaf), k'' FMnMONTU. 30c. rzn yxam, $.go. Hpf TO ApVKUTISISRS. Hj TA rote for adverllting in ths Daily Would E$' tie- not appht to 0 Evening Utve. A'or do tiki ro ntfutf Usui apply to tht tnomdij nilton. B' EpWTp.DOIT. Kftf. A Washington journal suggests that it KjV .would be useful to collate tho suggestions KjL" (that havo boen offered by persons of rocog- Bk ' Inked capacity nnd oxperionco regarding the B (disposition to be made of thq surplus monoys Hfcj'L Jin tb,e Treasury for the consideration of Cou- Hk" Tbo surplus tlnkerers aro probably more Kp 'numerous oven than tho charter tlnkor- Mfe. pra.,of, this. 8toto. Their numbor is legion E-f ' ud, ;thoir suggestions orabroco all Borts of Ki nostrums for tho euro of tho ovil of n pleth. Ks ora of (die money in tho Government H' 'vaults. H But would it not be unwise to crowd their Hg notions on...

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

I n - ' THJB EVENING tVOKLftt FttlftAV, OCTOBER 14, 1887. 3 M I SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. I Tlltf QUEER NAMES THAT SOME OP THE I ATHLETES HAVE. v Km' Johnny llcngnn Talks of lll l'luht trllh Dempeer The Onborne 83(H) (Sold CkhJ. ImB Mednl-A Ulgantlc Meeting to bo nI8 at fllailbion Kqnarn ilnnlen irnin. rafer.Throvrlnn; Itecorda Way bo Broken. fF tbo quocr names re pbrters of athletio meetings hnvo to wros. tlo with are those of runner Eschwogo, "Pop"'Schoeaec'k, of tho Nasfians, 'Gianinnl, of tho Dauntless How lag Club, Detnonct, tho Hjertsborg Broth, crs, ono 'o runner tho Other a Walker, of tho tlyinpica,and chronic kicker Frceth, the Nas sau Athletic Club's three and fivo inilo runner. Queer nick nnmes aro common, too. Old-time champion of nmatonr walkers Frank Murray is called "Cinders," and Brooklyn Baseball Club Captain Byrne's christening of "Budwcister" has got stuck fast to Eschwego; Tbo first single-scull race for tho elegant 8800 gold, challenge medal loft by, tho Mo Charle...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 October 1887

K' . THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887. . I m- g' J80U0HT HI8 BWEETHBARr& CHn.D. HJ& Morel Frocsdars or n Discarded Mnltoir In Hr-Xt' Tennessee. H& (irzcilti to Tnx srxxiga would. Km,'' OirATTiHoooA, Oct. 14 Johnny Martin, a Hjx ten-year-old lad, accompanied by Joseph Efr Burns, of Chicago, passed through this city Hp on their uay to tho West. Tho boy told the Hcl following story : ' ' My namo Is Johnny Jlnr. By! tin, I livo in Atlanta with my mamma and Hk papa. "Mamma used to cry, and then sho would MeP pick, mo up and hold mo, big as I am, and H& then she would cry somo more. One day a Hfc ' bjg man with brown whiskers came, and ho HE'V saldi ' Now, I will give you Q200 and tnko tho KJ&-- boy homo with mo and adopt him! but you v are to Bign away all claims on him.' I beard k , hint say it, and told him I didn't want to bo MKLh, adopted, and I wouldn't bo adopted but T' mamma made me go with tho big man, nud H$- iAtwhimcivo her some monoy. My papn' K;...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 October 1887

6 O'CLOCK . SSIfflilll I 6 O'CLOCK ' S PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. 'SJB FOREIGNERSBUY OURSTOCKS. BVL-S TWIST TIIB TIMID SHORTS AND , TllKY RUN LIKE SHEEP. . Everybody that Speculates nrlathed Easier When They Discovered that the Alleged Interview With Chauneey m. Depew Wan an Imposition Brokers Ilaro a Lively Morning and 800,000 Hbarea are Held. Wall Sheet, Oct. 15 p. k. ' ' 71 II announcement CA- yl5 Wcblo yesterday that TFi "-"V? Mr. Dcpcw repudiates i bV rMv certain language nt- ' ill fv ( tributod to him in a re. is IB If financial situation is yfp.. SI correct. 'Ibis news I H ' H was ca'e to London II H and mado a wildly I jj I bullish market for r i ,..) B American securities " V H there. As tho for J I I t "f eiders l,ut out a '1 I SS)b ' KQod many shorts J215Sr yesterday they cov vvmfi& " ered in tills mar ket this moraine taking altogether about 35,000 shares This, with the fact that London prices came considerably higher than o...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 October 1887

H f . " fTHE EVENING WOKLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887. ' " flHBP SiTtTEDAY, OCTOBER 15m. HHH;wricjZPXiOjr cfti fust- rtw), WEtiBm? mum Met fsa tbas, $s.so. TO ADVEUTISEBS. Dgrcv rrtvW ra br odwrf (lnj (n fft Jai'V WostD ntt" eypty S 6U Krtntng Unit, lfor A Iht HS1 ?' - '. , HHBgi 'l "' A VBBDIOT AQAIHBT EVTDEHOE. HBHra; Tli" verdict of tho Jury yesterday in the HHB&' Wl4Pelk Officer Hahu; for the warder HHHL, 9t Ospi Humtt vru a surprise to everybody HHRjr hag wad tho evidence in tho caw." The HBHBgrTjmry oonld only bavo based an acquittal on BRfe! U snmsd of self defense. Thoy must have HHHhP Wkved that the prisoner vras In fear and HHHffiMttanJrerofhlslife when he shot and killed HBHRPIfV li one fact destroys this theory. It woo HHflflf ,lewH that EUhk left the saloon in whioh ho jHHffiF'.'etilM words with Husxy, orossed the street n' Usui yalted there nntil the latter came out. HwoKe'Wnet therefore hare had ample time to IHHHKTOeMapedfTOsnHtnuzYbadha desired to BRjP'4 Vh Ter...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 October 1887

TFBfnnwB3BBasaBlasiaBs I '' ' "" V-twwrmm .f, THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887. ' -S'HH 1 BEHIND LIBERTY'S STATUE. B t 1 A LONELY AND ALMOST FORGOTTEN SOL- DIEBS'. GRAVEYARD. M Blest of tbe Tomb Those of Children The M nUtory of the Dead Forotten and Their J Name Scaloely neclphcrable Tbe GhoM Q of nicka tbe l'lrnle Allege,! to be Around tome Epitaphs on the pid Slab. Bl EHIND the stately fig. uro.of the Goddosa of Liberty, out of the ken of her oyos, is a patch of earih which spooks of" emancipation to many careworn hearts. By the tide of the path which winds around tho base of tho statue is a graveyard. Its 1 modest dimensions hardly merit so. large a namo, for it is simply a - """ l0 thirteen paoes by y "a AtTj" '8ht, inclosed by a V,sSfc3S plain iron railing, -3 painted a sombre '", black. A huge willow, whose rugged trunk . four men could not embrace, rises against I the blue sky, and the mnssos of long, droop ing branches screen with their affluence of shade thiB ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 October 1887

B; 9. V4 v THE EVENING WORLD; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887; ' "-&- I Rfll, GARRETT'S BOMBSHELL. IKlfiSXHS BAlTfflORE AND OHIO TELEGRAM HE'? BOLD BTOB00KED MEANS? I'l HfVleevFrMlaent Bpiacer Hay the Wnttrn -Pa-PaM tfaloa Will Take Charge of the Linn at -PaPa-H') IE O'clock To-night Estrangement lie- HS)), 'tween Mr. Garrett and Same af III Close HHL1,,; VHesda Tba Ilambletone' Statement. P-aa-HrM' f 1 tsncux, TO TBI ZTUnXd WOBLD.l KfiltBu.'nxoM, Md., Oct. IS. The news of P-PJPJKj ;3bert,G axrott's promised bombshell, -which a-a-HWs telegraphed exclusively to Tins Eveminq IPOaXD yesterday, creates the greatest inter R 'vtxt here. The statement, if modo, will bo the HK-vitaa&elal sensation of the year. It is all Httjabtrat tho sale of the Baltimore and Ohio Tel. H Crapb to Jay Gould. Hft'It fa now reported that tho result was WTMched by means that were crooked, to say aPa-HE' j19 least in other words, that Mr. Garrott B .Vsi not only dnmfonnded when ho heard of HPJ e sale, but th...

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. — 15 October 1887

siiWsWBflr LJ---t-.ifTfBCff7 I I" FIRST i 'I Sfe II FmsT liB ''V'i 1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. j . . . vp I KEO MHXER'S SKULL CRACKED li II THE BUNCO MAN INJURED IN A FIGIIT WITH W , A COUNTRYMAN. He la Tnken lo Hcllevue Hospital In a Dazed I . Condition, the Itesnlt of nn Karly Morn. J Ins Encounter With a Stranger Who I Supposed to Have Ileen a Victim of Hl Swindling A Clinnge Tor the Worse. I The long immunity from punishment en- joyed by Kid Miller, tho notorious confl. M denc6 man and " bunco " steerer, has at last If como to an end. Kid Miller lies at tho New ( YrH Hospitnl witu n fractured skull, given II ,him by one of his would-be victims. ' Tho story of his punishment has not como I from tho lips of the "Kid" himself. On il tho contrary, ho has done his best to shroud I tho affair in mystery. At 1 o'clock yesterday I morning a cab drovo to tho hospital and '1 Miller was helped up the Btops by a flashily. Jfc dressed man about thi...

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. — 15 October 1887

Kfe' ; THE EVENING WOKLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887. " 'I, 1 VrfUKDAY, OCTOBER IGth. B fiVJlHCllIVXIOX (Including railage), HflJP MONTH. 30c, PJttl l'SAIt, $3.00. Kfcr' TO ADVKUTISEKS. Kjst5rte rate or mirtrfffina' n (he Daily Would Hleta, tiof apply to the Evening (uuc. Aor do the Klrm (filial imue apply to thr morning edition. h" Hgl A VERDICT AQAIH8T EVIDENCE. K' Tho verdict of tho jury yesterday in tho Riril of Polico Officer Haim for tho murder K$f Copt. IIvsbet wns a mirpriso to everybody BjwbobaB read tho evidence iu tlio coso. The Kffury could only havo based nn acquittal on Hkio ground of self-defense. They must havo Htl&lloved that tho prisoner was in foar and Mrftngcr of his lifo when ho shot and killed Hfbk victim. B. But one fact destroys this theory. It won Byrhovyn that ILum loft tho saloon in which ho KLbatt had worda with. Hchset, crossed tho street fekml.wnitcd thero until tho latter camo out. HHa must thereforo havo had ample timo to B)To escaped from IIvrset...

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. — 15 October 1887

I 1 - THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1887. 'Ta.-kJWB 1 BEHIND LIBERTY'S STATUE. 1 i ' 1 A LONELY AND ALMOST FORGOTTEN SOI,- 1 DIL'RS' GMVEVARD. I piost or Hie Tombs Tbono of Children The History of Iho llemt l'orolirn nnd Their Nntnea Bcnicrly I'cclpbernblr Tho Oliost of Hick, the JMrutc Allege.! In be Around Homo Epitaph on Iho Old Slabs. EIIIND tho stately flg- lCZD) "ro of tho Goddess of S'j'' V. Liberty, out of tho ken i-v L ot her eyes, is a patch P K of earth which speaks 6AsC''' itA 1 ot cmftnc'pntlou to $y Y "JrNV ,Ilauy careworn hearts. Liu &$. hy tho skl of Ui i",th K', ', T MhicU "iaAa Mound "V,, , J Ji J j tho baso of tho BtatiKr jnHilPwWV 8 ft graveyard. Its 41 f EEj '"' ,nodcs dimensions y'fc Jipffl hardly merit so largo a J(P-sr, name, for it is simply a "V?r "-? lo't thirteen pneos by Sy's &h" oiut' i"0106"1 ,jy "'V'-d&TS plain iron railing "" "5- " " painted a sombro black. A huge willow, whoso rugged trunk four men could not embraco, rises aga...

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. — 15 October 1887

j ifft ?r " T1IE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887.' J ' "" f KlGAUHKri'S BOMBSIIELL. M&, . Hbtas th bawomore and oino raixnu.ni H&-JSOLD Bt CROOKED MEANS? Hbrtee-rrreldcnt Hpeacer Kara tlio Western Kh' Union Will Take Charge of lbs tinea nt KjhS 12 O'clock To-night Estrangement lit Hnntnrrca Mr. flaurrtt and Home nf III Close Kn Frlende Tbe Hamblrton.' Htntemcnt. lti ( tirZCIU. TO THE ETXNIKO WOnLD.) OUinxonE, Mil., Oct. 15. Tlio news of RRolQrt Qnrrott's promised bombshell, which KraJ loleprnpbcd' exclusively to Tiik Etrkino HnfoBUi yesterday, creates tiio greatest Inter Hrt'lioro. The statement, if made, vill be the KfltMuicial sensation of the year. It is all Hprboat the solo of the Baltimore, and Ohio Tel. HBegfnpk to Jay Gould. Bm-m n now reported that the remilt was Hfciacb))d by rafons that were crooked, to say HUHb U'asi in other words, that Mr. Garrett HHras hot only dnmfonnded when ho heard of Uhio wlo, but that his astonishment was intcn BfeSjBed when ha ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 October 1887

J I T . A Carp " 7 ,". -Wllfes T A Cirri '! I EDITION. I fgPJjl ffi " tS&WllD 1 EDITION. M jl PRICE OIVE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, J 87. PRICE ONE CENT. f9fl I TIIE WOODFORD' MEETING. H I IT 1IAS BEEN PEOCLAraED 1IUT WILL W SURELY BE HELD. 9 The Government Gathering in Policemen for ,8 Vie TcMorrow Exciting Times Bxpected A Girl Imprisoned for allowing; a Horn Chamberlain's Ulster TUIt n Failure M Threats of the London Worklnanien. H (special to Tnc EvxHtMO woeld ,1 Dublin, Oct. 16. It in announced this M. morning that the great meeting fixed for fl to.uiorrow iu Woodford County hns Uff been proclaimed. Notwithstanding the f meeting will be held. The speakers W, will include Messrs. O'Brien, Dil- 'M Ion. Hcaly. Gill and Shcehy, M. IVs, and two distinguished Englishmen, Mr. Wilfred 1 Brunt nnd Mr. llowntree. The objects nre I for protecting the tenantry from persecution I nnd for demanding relief from the intolerable I rack rents. JJ8J There is evory probability that ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 October 1887

H f ' ' ttHE EVENING WORLD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS, lfi8. ' - I Efl" IHiTUBDAY, OOTOBEB 16m BHKIVinBSCJtXrxrOJV' (TncltiiMno- Voltage), BepXMMOXTn, 30c; PBIt YEAR, $3.50. Mm:' . . -- Rb ; TO ADVERTISERS. HH ,fl rate! for advertising in Vie Daily Would E'V not oply to Vie Evening Utue. A'or do Vie BrM Of Vial Utue apply to Vie morning edttion. Ht T A VERDICT AGAINST EVIDENCE. MKIf' The verdict of tho jury yesterday in tho Ktis! of, Police Officer Hahn for the murder flfif Capt. Hcssbt was a surprise to overybody Brfbohas read the evidenco in the caso. Tho Kb$y could only havo based an acquittal on HB?fee ground of solf.defcnse. They mast have Hftelle'vod that tho prisoner was in fear and RtiU&ger of his lif o when ho shot and killed le-H victim. HSf,Bnt ono fact destroys this theory. It was Kjpbown that Haiin left tho saloon in which ho Kfead had words with Hubset, crossed thostroot Bwd waited there until tho latter camo out. Kpfo must thereforo havo had amplo timo to Rmto escaped ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 October 1887

1 CI II- . . . , f fifiEEVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS, 18&?. "" - - - - - - "" -jrMl lfl (BEHIND LIBERTY'S STATUE. H I A 10NELI AND ALMOST FORGOTTEN 80L- BIERS' GRAVEYARD. W fclMt of the Tombs Those of Children The C History of the Dead Forgotten and Their I Nitmeo Bcateely Decipherable The Ubost of Ulcka tho IMrate Aliened to be Around Some Epitaph, on the Old Slab. BEHIND tho stately fig. uro of tho Goddess of Liborty, out of the ken of hor eyes, is a patch of earth whioh speaks fA"CV & f cmnncil'ntlon t fy Y ?& many careworn hearts. I K.fri.A By the sldo of tho path W, T wh,ch winds nround '.'., ijL ) tho base of tho statuo flTONKWV" '8 a BrttveyBr,J" Its i Kif -sVt' modest dimensions FWrai hardly merit so largo a ci SKji&Jlr"., name, for it is simply n SJ;-" ""-? lt thirteen paces by ,&- Jk" oicht, inclosed by a H ''Sp52 plnin "on railing, ! " painted a sorabro f fclack. A huge willow, .whoso rugged trunk f four men could not embraco, rises against the ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 October 1887

HRiV " THE 'EVENING WORLD? SAffPRPAY, OCTOBElt So1, 1687J ; ; , I HHRi L If - - - i.i - saw swssss - -- stf BJB mR, -GARRETT'S BOMBSHELL. jVABTllti BALTIMORE AND OHIO TELEGRAM H& .SOLD BY CROOKED MEANS? Lwl tVice-rrraldrnt Spencer Bora the Western 5, Vnlm Will Take Charge or the T.tnc nt H , tS O'clock To-night Estrangement lle- HaV tvrewsi Mr. Garrett anil Home or III Close H Friends The IIarautrto Statement. Hfi (srectax TO THE tVZXIXO TOHLD. HRs TUltiwoiuj, Mel., Oct. 15. Tho uows of BftPt? Robert Garrett's promised bombshell, which K"rW telegraphed exclusively to Tns Kvknino R- ,;Worij yesterday, creates the greatest luter Mh ct here. The statement, if mado, will be tho H teanolol sensation of the year. It is all K fOxrat the sale of the Baltimore and Ohio Tel W.ll epftph to Jay Gould. ff ' It is now reported that tho result iras H$.rMchedbymcftris thntwero crooked, to sny B,' 'hb least In other words, that Mr. Onrrctt H&f wis not only dumfounded wlion he heard of K i 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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