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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 January 1888

PRICE OWE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY. JANUARY 30, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT.' S f ' "" " " SWEPT BY FIRE. Half a Blook of "Broadway Buildings Burned. , y , A loss Estimated at Over $2,000, 000. r The Most Destructive Blaze New York HaB Known in "Sears. .Soverai Firemen Injured oy tne Falling Debris. '$Th Fire TJefftns with a Tremendous nam Opposite lite Metropolitan Hotel Hiiro B Structure Stared with Valuable liter- chandlte nil Ablnce In n moment Chief 8hay Sends Out the Famous Three BIxe with But Utile Effect The Walla Brain to Fall Within Tiro Hour of the Flr.t Outbreak Firemen Caught on a Roof and In Imminent PerilThe Darned Area and Estimate of the Losses. The biggest firo which has occurred in this city for years broke out at 0.24 o'clock this morning in the Btoro occupied by Henry Sogers, dealer in fancy goods in tho double building Nos. 619 and 551 Broadway. In two hours four big buildings, crammed from top to sub. collar with valuable mor chrtbdlse. were in ruins. The signal, the t...

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. — 30 January 1888

K TOT WORLD: MONDAY EVENING; JAfftJAttV 3(7 1889 , 1 H' THE WORLD. Ikk M; MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 30. IM BvnacitirTioir to inn jstjeitxko liy ' EDITION (Including reitagt). fc PER MONTH, 30c; PER TEAR, $3.50. Ifl THE YEARLY RECORD. I , ... Total Number of Worlds Printed during 1887 83,389,828. Averogo per Doy for Entlro Tear. 228,465. BIX YEARS COMPARED i TltJS WORLD cam under the prieent proprte. tonfXp Uav 10, 1683. Trart Dally Tar, Total, Jteraat, 1882 .... 8.131.107 22,331 1883 18,230,238 33,541 1884 28,100,788 77,11112 1SB3 01,241,2(17 140,387 1880... 70,12(1,011 102,120 1887 83,080,828 228,400 Sunday World's Rocord: Oxer 200,000 Every Sunday Daring the Last Two Years. The average circulation of The Sunday World durinc 1882 was 14,727 The average circulation of Tho Sunday World during 1888 was 24,054 ' The averago circulation of Tho Sunday World during 1884 was 70,085 Tho averago circulation of The Sunday World during 1885 was 100,080 The average circulation of Tho Sunday World...

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. — 30 January 1888

I - . , THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING,' JANUARY 30? 1888. 3 , wffl I MANY DANCERS AND A BUIDE. i 1 A TABIETI OP ENTERTAINMENTS WHICH CROWDS ENJOYED. plait Dentseb. Festivities at Arlington Hall A Wedding Followed by a'ltecentlon at Webster Hall-Lndlea Uptown ttntertnln ClVnllemen Carnival of the Beethoven Maennerchor Dancing nt Turn Hall. Tho Plfttt Dentsch are proverbially fond of good time. They turned out in forco Inst night ot Arlington Hull and filled the rooms to tho door. William A. Weber led tho grand march with jn-elty MIbs Zirnmprman, who was dressed in a rich seal.brown satin with a deep vest of whito satin. Tho costmno was olabo lately trimmed with embossed velvet. Tho back was out with a docp V and filled in with crcmo satin. Among othors present wore t William Rohlft, Uenrv Meyer, William F. Btmke, n. Uoct. A. Kntenhom, Dr. and Mrs. Woblenv 'Mr. and Mrs. G'asten Ueevo, nenry Mar. n ten, II. F. Weber, William Bohm, U. Uenke, Carl Fenn, Louis MattMge, Adolph Krneger, C. F. l...

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. — 30 January 1888

V' i, THE WORLD . MONDAY EVENING, JAWUAJIY 30, 1866. ' "j K.-V. : , K . b'ANDREA'S DEFENSE BEGUN. B$ '- BIB LAWIER 8A.S THAT CHIAEA Old- mm KARALE 13 DYING. v Mora WtlnrMCs Tr.tllr About D'Andrr' jVKJ Conduct IJefore the HBontlng or Ublnrn'e Hf Ilnibnnd The Woman Hereafter to be KqJa Brought to Conrt In a Carriage Mr. HrFC Howe Want the Case Dismissed. wrf Mrs. Ghinra Clgnntnie was taken to the Ku) 'Court of Gencrnl Sessions thii morning in a jKt"w'" carriage. Tim Etknino Would called ntten Kp. Hon Friday last to the fact that this ltttlo nEFf Woman, who stands in the shadoir of death sT by discaso and is condemned by the law for H the murder of her husband, was being nor d B$& Jessly and wantonly fatigued by her enforced oKsS1'' trips betweeu her Tombs cell and the court HtKV where her youns cousin and alloged loTer and Hk accomplice, Antonio d' Andrea, is being tried. Hff?y No carriaze hid been provldod by the Hpcj authorities, and the sick woman, unable to HEp: walk alone, ha...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 January 1888

QPEN TO ALL. -W- .. WHAT DO YOU WAHTTI J f --,- .. ' . , ., , . ,,.. .-,,- i i - .. i .. i .I ... 4JJB PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORIj, MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT.' ffl SWEPT BY FIRE. Half a Block of Broadway Buildings Burned. 1 , : A Loss Estimated at Over $4,000,000. f. ' , The Most Destructive Blaze New York HaB Known in Years. Several Firemen Injured by the Falling Debris. ' 1 fbo Fire Dec Ins with a Tremendous Hunt 1 Oppoalte the Metropolitan Hotel Huge Structure Stored with Taluable Mer chandlse all Ablnzo In n. Moment Chief Shay Send Out the Fmnnu Three Slxe , with nut Little Effect The Wall Begin to Fall Within Two Hoar of the Flrt Ontbreak Firemen Caught an a Roof and In Imminent Peril The Dnrned Area ' and Eatlmate of the I.osae. I The biggest flro which haa ooonrred in this pity for years broko oat at G.24 o'olock this horning in tho store occupied by Henry Rogers, dealer lu fancy goods in the doublo building Nos. 649 and 651 Broadway. In two hours eight big build...

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. — 30 January 1888

If?' If 2 ' THEWdRLD: MONDAY EVENING,' JANUARY 30, 188a I I THE WORLD. IP'" m M0NDAY EVENING. JANUARY 30. . R& BVBSCRITTIOX TO 3.HJS JZTE1TINO I XW EDITION (Including Pe$tag). I ' W tXn 3T0NTTT', 30c. t FEIt YEAIt, $3. BO. I I'-THE YEARLY RECORD. . ffoUl Number of Worlds rrintod during 1887, 03 j 389 j 028. Average per Day for Entiro Year. 228,465. BIX YEARS COMPAItEDt TOR WORLD cams under the wttent vroprit toninpuav 10, 1833. Vrnrlf JMIIy mi 1889 8,!AI,I5T 123,331 Jg 1883 18,230,838 3.1,511 Ifrh. 1884 28.10O.7H5 77,002 f$L, 1880 01,241,207 140,387 SKfl 1880 70,120,041 102,120 ffif' 188T 83,380,828 228,400 ' p Sunday World's Record: tut Over 200,000 Every Sunday During fti the Last Two Years. 8L The average circulation of Tlio H Sunday World daring 1882 was 14,727 SL The averago circulation of Tbo (r Sunday World daring 1883 was 24,054 & The average circulation of The Jgj Sunday World daring 1884 was 70,085 flSj Tho average circulation of Thq & Sunday World during 1885 ...

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. — 30 January 1888

, . THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING,' JANUARY 30, 1888. 8 ;1 MANY DANCERS AND ABRIDE. A VARIETY OP ENTERTAINMENTS WHICH CROVTDS ENJOYED. flat DouLch Frstlvltlce at Arlington Hall A Wedding Followed by a Reception nt Webster Hall-I.ndlea Uptown Untertaln Gentlemen Carnival of the IleethoYen ninennerchor Danclnn nt Turn Hall. Tho Piatt DoutBch'nro proverbially fond of It good tluio. Thoy turned out la forco Inst Bight at Arlington Hall and fillod tho rooms to the door. William A. Wobcr led tho grand inarch with pretty Miss Zimmerman, who wan drosscd in a rich soal-brown satin with u deep vest of whlto satin. Tho oostumo was olabo rntoly trimmed with embossed velvet. Tho tack wax out with a deep V and filled in with crOmo satin. Among others present wcro : William Kohlta, Henry Meyer, William V. Etenite, II. Dock, A. lUltcnhorn, Dr. ana Mrs, "Wohlere, Mr. and Mrs. fasten lleovc, Uenry Mar leu. II. F. Weber, William Hchm, O. Uenkc, Carl Feuu, Lou la Mattlaiie, Adolph Kraejrer, C F. lluggollu,...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 January 1888

Wi'.fel v THE WORLD? MONDAY EVENING; JANUARY 30; 1888: . D' l WHERE CAN "WANT" ADV'TS B f " THE WORLD HI BE LEFT?" Bi '4 ' aftWU E", ' , STUB rOM-OWINO I.IHT OP OFFICES H L BPRATRD QUKRYl If ft-1 66 BRANCH OFFICES geHsjil CKW YORK. 1207 Rrondwnvt IJROOH- 9 I.Yty 323 Un.hlnalon M.J JHIHIiV' CITV, Aft Momsramery -l.l II AUI.F.ll, 2J1 Lul ESI lfot.t.t tyASllINJfTON, 010 Mill. t. , IflHflt I.ONDON IIVFlVll. 32 CocUspur at. Tro. DH faleinr riqaora. Kf j - 1 AUTHORIZED OFFICE8 HB . J For Uie Reception of Advertisement nt the HKjl f 1 Regular Advertising1 Ilateai n I" I Nmv YORK CITY. Ml nirecker afreet. 34.1. 4ih iiTiinur. 1J13. VaA J jtowery. 30. Noutti otlinvenne, 1R. ta f Uroaitivay. 1)30, 123S Olli. avenue, 10U anil Hfl u 4 unit 1484. 104a. M Si Cllnion street, 0?(nenr Stli ar.,U0(nenr 14lh IHH , j Itlvlna-ionMreei). at.), 004 (uenr 3 lull IgaaaaaH I 3 Dnbinafi street, 22 !.), OOT nml !C:145. fw t ft (foot .levnted tn- Olb avenue. ftlH, HiD, SjJaM f X tlin). IStOund 130O. H 11, CraB.(...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 January 1888

, I EiUAyk1 '" Ifgg ' WHAT DO YOU WANT ?1 H ' Tho NI2W YORK WOltl.K Invite ilrerr jowI"1 -JTrTT ST - "" " .............i................- ...;.....; .v-im iH B 1 EXAMINE ITS BOOKS AND PRESS ROOM fflWwfc itfk SH - WfiffiSll nfSvM If Jll ! " " THE WAR I IP m H 1 To Hntl.fy Tl.em.elvce About Ita Circulation. ffl 1 I II iB tTUBni ll ilJV 'TwHM-- iGf l VJ (I fl I HI I II 111 I lH I 1 SL!cHL 'W j2jBtoHM5jBHnirA!wiwfitfTl W!! HfflfflEfflHH wylllWIIP , THE I " Want " I Medium, ' M PRICE OWE CENT. KKW YORK, MONDAY, JAWUAIIV 30, 188a. PRICE ONE CENT.' T; ! 3 SWEPT BY FIRE. - Half a Block of Broadway Buildings Burned. A Loss Estimated at Over $4,000, 000. Tho Most Destructive Blazo New York HaB Known in Years. Several Firemen Injured by the Falling Debris. I Tlie Flro Tlettlnai will, n Trciuendoua Hunt Oppoeltn the Metropolitan Ilotpl lingo Htructures Stored with Valuable ater chnniliao nil Ablnze In n Moment Chief Bliny SrniN Ont the Fntnnnn Three Hlxea with lint Little Ilflect Tlio Walla Ilr...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 January 1888

P ni WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30, 1888L I If ' THE WORLD. If. rt, rwHifCte. 1 MONDAY EVENINC, JANUARY 30. Iff' . IflK svjtBcnirTioif to ami jsrxxixa SjflL ' XDlXJtOK (Including Voltage). IW rEtt MONTH, 3Qc.f PEll YEAIl, $3. SO. m THE YEARLY RECORD. IJE Totnl Number of Worlds Printed during 1887, If 83,389,828. IK' Average per Boy for Entlro Year. m 228,465. K BIX YEAK3 COMPAHEDt K riJB'WORLD came unaer the tnresent waprtt- . K, fornfp Jnv 14 18S3. R TVrtrfy lntly U rf. Tbrat. .Iffrrt?. B 1882 R.ISl.lflT 22,3.11 K 1883 18,23o,238 a.l.Ml R 1884.?: 28.1ftt,7H;i 77,0112 fc 188S r.l, fll, 2(11 110,387 JF 18811 7(),12(!.()ll 1112,12(1 K 1887 83,3811,828 228,103 fifr Sunday World's Record: ft' Over 200,000 Kvery Sunday During; B llio Lnst Two Years. ffl, The 'nvcrnco circulotion of Tlio &V Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 'SL The vernfio circulation of Tlio Sr Sunday World during 1883 was 24,054 -jy? The nvcroRO circulation of Tlio m Sunday World durinc d4 was 70,085 Sh Tho nr...

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. — 30 January 1888

sH , THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30, 1888. 3 ffl "MANY DANGERS AND A BRIDE. - A TARIETY OF ENTERTAINMENTS WHICH CROWDS ENJOYED. rlntt Dentich Festivities) nt Arlington Hull A Wedding I'ollownl by a Krcrptlou nt Webster llnll-Imillc Uptown Itntrrtnln fJenllemcn Cnrnlrnl of the Ilfetlmvrn BlnenHcrchor tlniichiR at Turn Hull. Tho rifttt Doutsch nro proverbially fond of o good limo. They turned out in forco Inst night nt Arlinctou Ilnll nnd flllod tho rooms to tho door. William A. Weber led tho grand niarch with pretty Miss Zimmerman, who was drossed in a rich noal.brown satin with n deep vest of whito satin. Tho costumu wns olabo rntoly trimmod with embossed velvet. Tho back wns out with n deep V nnd filled in with creino satin. Among others present were : William ltohlfs, llcntj Mcjcr, William F. Semite, II. Dock, A. Kittenhurn, Dr. and 31 rg. Vomers, Mr. and Mrs, Casteu Ueevc, Henry War ten, II. F. Wcucr. William llehm, U. llenke, Carl Feno, Louis SlattliRe, AJolnh Kruegtr, C....

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 January 1888

fp, . - THE WORLD t MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30; 1888C I D'ANDREA'S DEFENSE BEGUN. f $JB LAWIEB BATS THAT CHIABA CIO- Mak ' NARALB IS DYING. BP' Jtfore Wltaeaara Testify About nAni?rm' KjB Conduct IJefore the Bhoetlnar of C'hlarn' iljra Ilaeband Tho Wcmu Hereafter to be 'Si Brooahl to Court In n Crrle Mr. Wft Howe Want! the due niamlaaed. BE Mrs. Ohlara Cignaralo ttm taken to tho B iConrt of Gonorel Sossions this morning in a EST ""' carriage Tiut Evening Would called nttcn. Ill tlon Friday last to tho faot that thin littlo mfsi' -woman, rho stands in the shadow of death EE 'fcjdlsoose and is condemned by tho law for BK the murdor of her husband, was being nootl. BEr lessly and wantonly fatignod by hor enforced flb trips botwoon hor Tombs cell and tho conrt Era whoro her young consin and allogcd lover and IE' accomplice Antonio d'Andrca, is bolng trird. KB. No carriage had boon provided by tho B. minorities, and tho sick woman, unablo to Kr. walk alono, had boon half carriod to a str...

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. — 31 January 1888

I OPEN TO ALL.) -Sftfg- ' WHAT. DO YOU WANT Pll V-J BP& ''TuNKWTpnKf"wo Jh-T4T . i!jS5 Wp 5&5N- mmmmm. v tL. Fiod It or Advertise for It in -tH H "Sffil?SJ5!?" !W Ittll tTuwiOinilf al: I Hdrl llflti "THE W0BLp ""J 1 llli jriAccelifof ll Ifl'WI' EVEfflMJllylTinH J&VlW rain7' Want 'liid PHICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31,188& PRICE ONE CENT.' , WM BSL. - , ... . . --.. . .. . -. . ... suBbI IZXTRA 1 TRUSTS MUST GO. Xawmakers Aroused by the "Evening World." 1U They Caught Their Inspirations K from Its Columns. Wm Well-Tlmod Blown at the Gambling In Coin. modltles Senator Lanabeta Was the Bjt First at Albany to Introduce a BUI Look- E Ins la the Hnapreeelqn of Such Comblnn- t tlno Col. Murphy Had a similar Men. K l'ndy, bat Decided to Walt for the BY 11111 from Tammany Hall's Committeo HV Assemblyman I' Inn nrluc the Blatter BE Before tUe Lower Itonae All Inspired by H the Crntodcjof The Eventns;W'arld.". S-SgBa Bf rmciiii to tot would, i Auuwr, Jan, 81. Legis...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 31 January 1888

BHIBHIsfPHBBfjgff' i ;. ; ft THE ORLPi TUESDAY EVEWUTG, JANUARY 31, 188a : mm J&RM .WORLD, L'K1 TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 3 1. rSVBSCBITTIOir TO TUB JBVSXXirQ EDITION (Xneludlng JPeitage). ' PSJl UONXB, 80c PER TEAR, $3.00. aggv THE YEARLY RECORD. Hi' I W" ' " "-W Nntnber of World Printed during 1887, 1 '83,389,828. IF ' lr Average per Day for Entire Soar. m I 228,465. C $fc, . BIX YEAB8 COMPARED i H x- iW -'- 1T0ilC cam under Urn present propria ft? , tT (ortAfp Jfai10, UBS. v,il' 1888 8,101,107 88,331 ll 1883 18,830,238 33,041 i2 ! 1884 88,10(,T8 77.008 'IfiK.'' 1B8 Ol.Ml.SOT 140,887 $'' l?ft 880... 70,120,041 102,180 WS' 18" 83.380,888 828,409 Ht 111: Sunday World's Record: I SP TCr 200000 Every Sundsy During H If? p tho ' Two Yenrs bB iW' circulation of The ;. ' it Bunday World during 1882 was 14,727 H' ff aTerftR8 circulation of The 585 Sunday World during 1888 was 24,05 H'' reP ns irerage circulation of The '' M Bunday World during 1884 was 70,085, B'f Kfc The average circu...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 31 January 1888

' THE WORLD. TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY ?i; 188a $ " i '' -WHERE GAYETY REIGNEp. R.. !TED TENTH WABD TCIINB OUT AT THE K " HOME CLUB'S DILL. B Xt Alio Presents a Diamond Itadce to Aider- K una llenjamln Lndlra with Pretty Cs- V lane and Committee with fltateimen B Member Amphlone Dunce National S Guardsmen on a Ballroom Floor. PLD Walhalla Hall was crowded with n merry party last night. Tho company consisted of tho members of tho Tenth Ward Home Olnb and their friends. Besides tho danoinz thoro was anothor at traction which brought pcoplo to tho hall. A number of ladies aud gentlemen had got to gether and ralsod B00 to buy a diamond badge to prosent to tho Aldornian of the ward, and Alderman Bcnja ( min is so popular that his constituents , turned out to seo tho presentation. This ceremony took placo at tho supper tablo. Tho formal speech was mado by President 1 ' Daniel Patterson. Tho ball and supper rooms were handsomely decorated for the occasion. ' ' Moses Goldman led tho grand mar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 31 January 1888

wwW!mmmSKSK Kfeff '' WHERE OAN "WANT" ADV'TS mat Jp M for II 1 THE WORLD BTir' Wk " BE WEFT?" aaaaaf Hv rS' VB EftH'OmNQ MRT OP OFFICES It 1 66 BRANCH OFFICES I Wt. I s (J j .?' VM ;UWJWW.?2" nronrtwnTi brook. U ' JT eU, AlniuvAinrrT .1.1 IlAItl.lMf. sJt Lsut H iSB 1" -LONDON OFFICE, bit (Jock.pur at-, Tra. IH Jj A laijrarHqunro. ' I' AUTHORIZED OFFICE8 HJ W $ ar ll" Reception or Advertisements at tha WV iB, .i. Resalar Advertising luteal ") '''''' NRU' YORK CITY. HI flu QKF Jtlleecbereitreot, B44. dtbuvsnine. 10.1. hv "Si " Cio(pn.irrel,(n (near Bill m..IM)(nimr1.lh aSBl i J Itljlnnion ir)ei). . at.), (11) (mvir Olllb 1H it? ( Debun etieet, 82 t.1.), (1117 nud U.MG. iJM , Tip, , f (lonl elevnlcil li.il)II nvuiiuo, i7H, 830, H; jR& ,k lion). lln.nllil I3UII.' ' 1 yjk, ' P Ornod.trert,233(cor. lotiinvt uiie, Ijttftf. iW: ' livl . rop Howerrl. 23d "treei, 130 nnd v Hf ' liberty .trrei, OD. I 1108 Wr.l. H'l'rlV J iwentlo A, a. JaHihatriMtt.aiUMWest It? Vln venue, 244 and 34t atreet...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 31 January 1888

I I OPENiTjCylHqi , . . - ' ' zWJz I WHAT DO YOU WANT Pll ' 1 ESfiSHrW 4 jmAW -SSlI f(PJligS- 0mM WSlv Knd It or AdvertiBe for It in 1 . - EXAMINE If S BOOKS AD PRESS ROOM W M A . 'jfirap rf ffUl iriWlJ?! "THE WORLD" I H ) - H' ? I PRICE OWE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT; ' If 1 1 IIAXOK HEWITTS' ISCHkilB. h. KEB8AGE DlSCEIBINa i COMPLETE BAPID TBANHT 8C1IEME. Two TJndertjronnd Roads Propeoed to be Dalit la Conjnnetlen with the New York Cshstral The City to Dcrome Hole Owner mikaat Caat Other Importnnt necota. mestsratlana ta Becard to Btreet Fare ! MMIdK,!, Major Hewttt transmitted to the Board of Aldonnoa to-dry tho third instalment of his message on the city's affairs. It deals prin cipally with docks, streets, rapid irantlt and tenement-houses. After trlbutatc.DaWitt Clinton, the Erio, Canal and New York's commercial greatness, ' he refers to the necessity of preserving the harbor and discusses tho dock system. ' The improvement of the West Side water...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 31 January 1888

Mllllfll K THE WO ELD. Kb III. TUESDAY EVENINO. JANUARY 3 1. Bag' tvrsBcaxrxJoir xo ins xrximro Hte" JSDlXIOir (Inttudlna rettagt). RSjr" PER MONTH, 30a PER YEAR, $3.50, m THE YEARLY RECORD. K ' ToUl Knmber of Worlds Printed during 1887, Hp- 83,389,828. Vm Average por Day for Entire Year. M, 228,465. m BIX YEARS OOMPAHEDt W TUB WORLD came under tin present proprit W. rortlUjJ JfoV 10, 1663. fiBF Tmartf Daily LlpF' yar. tMf. J . at, 1888 8.101.1BT 22,331 i 1883 1B,23,23S 33,541 Mm 1884 28,100,780 77,002 JMfcV 1880 01,241,207 140,387 MB 1880 70,120,041 102,120 IfSBr 1887 83,380,888 828,400 Ira, Sunday World's Record: jfa; Orer 200,000 Every Bunday Daring iff ' the Iiast Two Years. iwft The average circulation of The alg Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 ww The averago circulation of Tho gSR Bunday World during 1880 was 24,054 ffljS'' The average circulation of The mt Sunday World during 1884 was 70,085 gmk Tho average circulation of Tho wM, Bunday World during 1885 was 100,080 HeBe ...

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. — 31 January 1888

I WHERrUYETy -REIGNED. I I TKB IEHTH -WABl TURNS OUT AT THE HOME CLUB'S BAIL. OrAWrrcttnta at Diamond Baa M 'Alder.' innn Btnjeraln-Lodleo with Pretty Co, mines and Committer! with Htatetmen " aa'Htabera Araphlori.' Diinee Nallonal Ouardimen on a Ballroom Floor. tU WSpfffcv LD Valhalla nail m ""ill? Jflr 'iiffiTO cra,ro-0d W'U merry S" j fffl. Hj party last night. The Ifcl ' "SEpl the nicmbors, of tho IB ' WW" VM Tonth Wnrl " M ; t?lfrvfc. club ftnd tboir f ricm,s- r5 mKt ArMJ? Besides tho dancing MMfK"3fT3T thro waa anotGor at. fwlwCit 't( raconw'c'1'T)roucht liliyv $& W people to tho hall. A -"rw jS2 wfl number of ladies aud Jv'.BwW xMfh fWWL gontUmaB -luuLgot to. 'nn ' BMJI " ceer n"d raUca't500' fuC&teagaOTil to bay a diamond Mmntlll ' " bndgttto Piit to thO' fij&Kkf lit Alderman of tho ward. u-niww IH Bn(j xidonnan Bonja- win is so popular that his constituents tamed' out to sco tho presentation. This ceremony took place at tho sapper table. Tho formal speech was ma...

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. — 31 January 1888

K "WHERE CAN "WANT" ADV'TS HPJ, FOR I THE WORLD fe BE LEFT 7" 1 66 BRANCH OFFICES Rv I"yN.8Ba U'hliilon I.J JUlfHKV" CITY, iB. Montgomery .1.1 MAHI.lYM. 37 hut Iiatliet.t tVAMlllNtfTON. IllOleUriet. LONDON OI'FIUli, hi Cocuepnr at-, Tra. , a faimr Mquara. AUTHORIZED OFFICES For the llccepilon of Advertisement at the f Itegnlnr Advrrtlelng Kntcsi 'SE NKtV VOIIK CITY. iBt flleeeker .treat, 344. 4lliHV.iiue,1A3. lW Ilowery, 340. F.011U1 aib. avcnne, IB. 'Slg slronrtway, 1130, 1838 Oth avenue, lOS nnd jsVgevi stria MM4. lOtlt. '-' tll"lpnirrti,07(ner Sihavc. 00 (near 14th IrUT- HtYln; an street). St.), 1104 (n.nr 30tb ,ESSf DeebrcMefs street, 82 at.), OU7 and 234A. H' (foot elevated eta. Olh avenue, SfN, HOO, !, . lion). IfuanU3llll, M&4 Grnnrt treet,233 (cor. JOiUHVcnBS.i (118. . !&. per How.rr). 2ijd ireei, (30 and Mff . liberty rjrc, 00. JUS Wril..ni KiM AvenneA, A8. '21'ih.lrret, 370), Weal 3La 1t nvcnue, 244 and 94i etreet, VfcjN i'h.i. !zHf -.I'OS. taint atreet, gS3 West. ...

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