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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 April 1888

"PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY,' APRIL G, 188&. PRICE ONE CENT. ' j i ' ' at , LAST MM BOIH WANT THE NEW SCHOOL A QUESTION OF DEEr INTEREST TO PARENTS IS THE TWENTY-SECOND WARD. MnM the Doys or tbe Girls lie llemoved from Hie Nelshborhood of " Hell's Kitchen" nnd "Untile How" to the New Htrurtnre In Fiftieth Hirret t A Hoard of education Committee Divided. Commissioner Wood argued In furor of organiz ing a female department In Grammar School No. M. In West Fiftieth street, where tiio female schol ars of No. 61. In West Forty-fouttlt street, could attend, lie said thn locality In which No. si was situated was not a fit one for young girls. The nbovo was n portion of Commissioner Wood's argument yesterday in support of a minority report of tho Committee on Course of Study of tho Board of Education in fat or of removing tho hoys' department of Grnm- k mar School No. SI to the new Grammar w School, No. 64, in West Fiftioth streot, near L Ninth nvenuo, which will bo ready for occu...

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. — 6 April 1888

BsMHIMBsWslMHWP5MBBHsn8 - . ,- '''" i3effijiwOT8i"'E l''JITOyjpiW"",,7WBBjwiHWfwHBy'i"y' iwwiywWBiiwWwteyppS BL?. ' THE Wflfttift .fflft'fl ffWNfKfe, tjflgttft&VS. .1381. ' K ,THE WORLD. KT FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 0. Ki avsacitxpxjoy to tub nrxumro HS' JSDXXXOlf (Including Toitage), Jf mm month, 30c; run tsar, $s,ao. B? VOU 28 NO. 9,726 B. KntredaithFeet-oaostNe York Mccrad-elaa ST maU matter. I TSfcTiorfBooks and Press noom! K OPEN TO ALL. Hai'B Thb Cictiatiow or thi K EVENING EDITION H THE "WORLD HjH fer the wees, ending Hntnrdny, March 31, wai BJjiJI U lOllOWl 1 Bp' Monday 100,600 K TtTESDAY 106,500 H Wednesday 105,640 Bl Thursday 1 02,800 Hf Friday 106,760 Bp Saturday 106.880 Huf i i i ,.,,, Hj ATerne for the Entire nionlh I Qg 9QI H The phenomenal success of Tnr. Evxkiko Kl Would in securing within loss than six H taonthi. and holding steadily, an average H& circulation of 100,000 a day, has led to a Hw. great deal of loose bragging and unsubstan. Hre tistod "claims" amon...

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. — 6 April 1888

UNCLE SAM'S MERRY MEN. CUSTOMS INSPECTORS 6USPEND TI1EIE 6EARCU FOR SMUGGLERS Xn& Make Themeelvee Agreeable te the readies at the Lexington Avenue Opera Ilauee Pretty Dreeeee la Spite of Ilaln Ball or the Select Heelal Clab Acting by the Parlor Dramatic Clab. One of the prettiest dancos the Lexington Avenue Opera-Houso has been the sceno of in a lone time was that civon by tho Custom Houso Inspectors last night. Tho Inclement weather kept many away, but there were enough present to comfortably fill the hall. ' Lauder, with two bands of twenty-eight men each, attended to tho musical part of tho pro gramme, one furnishing donee and the other promenade music. On tho -various committees the following ..ntlnni.n nrtff1 Committee of Arrangements-Walter n. Gantz, Chairman; II. W. Ileardaley, II. II. Wilaoa, jr., W. J, Cobb, A. J. Weber, Is. L. btebblns, 1). Z. Martin, A. Johnson. John M. Itlehlc. Press Com mittee It. H. Bermlngbam, Chairman; George P. Egan, T. W. Hiapleton, L. Scnermer...

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. — 6 April 1888

Bv ,. I THE WOULD . PltlDAV EVEWlftQ, APIllL ft 1&, WWW ' IlJliHi. I NEW SPRING STYLES I lliic;' IJiitliiiiij. R Well made, of tlio best ma- B; terlrtls and trimmings, mh hfedhfe "tvliilch afro ofTorocl as & specialties tho following : If MM Suits, S4.0Q and $5.50. 1 Kill Suits, S3.50 and S4.75. If ' fivercoats, S4.25 and S5.85. I iBffl St., 19tl Bt. anfl 6tn Ave. s (i 8th at. Station Elevated Road.) jffi.- THE EX-WICKED GIBBS SUED. HK iulo nferebaeh Trylnfc to Oct 811,000 for f Brcnch of (lontrnct. w An innocent-looking lawsuit tins brought HJ tho wicked ex-Senator Gibbs into wlmt np- ff ' fi'tiri to bo rather hot wr,tor. It Is nn notion It brought by JnlioMcrzbnch ngninst Mr. Oibbs ; lAd Eawyor Edward Lautorbnch, to racovor S 11,000 datnapes, which ho claims is the jflf Talne of flfty-fiTo'sharosof stockia tho Con. iff Bolldnted Telegraph and Electrical Bubway Sr Oomoany, which tho ex-Senator ngreod to do. V liver to him, but which he novor did, nl- m thonch repeated domnn...

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. — 6 April 1888

i gftP0TnnF"R HID llfll JtGrii 7$3$Ssh iPPSr rm, r w : TlART8UNnAY.swottr., contains '! :-;j edition lli.ill : mW iwfa iJTbWWniTi m A mk -1 itlnS$ 1 fm s WSIIliS I 6X' : ,i,JH !!s ' vIJ!'lwJEI bwkMm wLwiO" I ill II IlH I ! iaiijais,v as 4WMi fiuww i . iiiiiiiiHj : TMinttifi(ftTi ij jlllilB v 3 otiikr NKU'sPArEiw. lAUU wu tui, , NEW YORK, FRipAY, APRIL 0, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. ' -M 5 O'CLOCK j EXTRA BOTJI WANT THE NEW SCHOOL JDESnON OP DEEP INTEREST TO PARENTS IN THE TWENTY-SECONO WARD. (bill the Hays or the Glrli bo Removed fran Ibe Neighborhood of "Hell's Kitchen" and "mule How to the Ne-w Structure In Fiftieth Nireet A Hoard of Education Committee Divided. fjomralsitoner Wood argued In favor of organis ing a, female departmeut In Grammar School No. H. In Weal Fiftieth atreet, where tho female achol. are of No. 61, In Weat Forty-fourth street, could attend, lie said the locality In which No. 61 was eltuafled was not a at one for young girls. The above waB a portion of Commissioner ...

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. — 6 April 1888

B ' FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 6. Br, gVBSOJttVXXOK XO TUB ETENXXa K XDITIOX (Including Tottage), Hr ' rxn month, 30c; l'zn tear, $s.bo. B' VOL 28 NO. 9,726 Hi' JSntrdatlhrot-OfIlcatNew York eoond-elas KT mail matter. K " K Circulation Books and Press Room K, OPEN TO ALL. Hf? Tnr OinccLAiiox or Til! l; EVENING EDITION K; THE WORLD K, ter the weeK ending Kntardny, fllnreh 31, watj HfjJT as follows : K' Monday. . .... i .'.'.... 1 00,600 H Tuesday 106,500', K Wednesday 1 05,640J mf Thursday 1 02,800 g FniDAY 106,760 H Saturday 106,880 R' Avernge for the Itntlre Month I nf OQI Wu arSInrch IWO,OI U" ' ' ' . .. .. Hr: The phenomenal success ot tTnc tenino K Would in securing within less than six BfF months, and holding steadily, an average H circulation of 100,000 a day, has led to a Kh great deal of loose bragging and unsubstan- Bi?i' tlalod " claims " among its contemporaries. H Shrewd advertisers noto tho fact, however, Bpl that The 'Would is tho only paper that Rxfl; throws open its books...

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. — 6 April 1888

WL ryTC ! " ' 8"l CBBT0M8 INSPECTORS BUSPEHD THEIE i SEAECU FOR BMUGQLER3 'a A An Hall ThemeelTea Aarraeabla I tha a, X,adlci nt the Ixlngton Avenne Opera , Il.nee-rrelty Dreeere la Bplls of lTaln I Ball af " Hel.et M.elal Clab Aetlnk by Ike Farlor Dramatlo Club. ,. Onaof tho prottiost dances tho Lexintrton Avenue Opcra-House has been the scene of t In long time 'was that Given by tho Custom- ': House Inspectors last night. Tho inclomont weather kept many nwny, but thero woro I" enourjh prcsont to comfortablyJHl tho halL . Lander, with two bands oAwonTi-ciBhtnion etch, attendod to tho musical part of tho pro. grammo, one furnishing dance and the other promenade music. On tho various committees the following t gentlemen acted : a Committee ot Arrangements Walter XL Dante, t Chairman; H. W. Ileardaler, 11. 11. Wilson, jr.. 1 w. J. Uoub. A. J. Weber. N. L. btebblns. D. Z. I Martin, A. Johnson, Jobn 11. ltlehle. Press Com. mlttee B. U. Itcrmlnghani, Chalruin; George I'. Tgin, T. V. biap...

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. — 6 April 1888

aUBc BaBaBaaaaiv 1 anninn. B NEW SPRING STYLES HI in I W CliiiH HI Well made, of tho bost ina- K torlals and trimmings, H& among which aro offorod as HI epoolaltios tho following : E Mwol Sis, S4.00 and SS.60. M Kilt Suits. S3.B0 and $4.75. B Overcoats, $4.25 and $5.85. II 18tli St, 19tb St. ana 6tH Ave. HI (18th Bt. Station Elevated Road.) K Hlj, TUB BK-W1CKED GIBBS SDED. Hf& JltH Wtfbch Trying to Get 911)000 for H& Drench of Contract. E& An Innoeent-looUuB lawsuit has brought jg ih9 rjcl(0d ex-Beruitor Olbbs iuto what op- Ri; peart to be rather hot vrater. It is an action HkP brought by Julio Merrbncli ngalnst Mr. Olbbi Bh fmd, Lawyer Edward Lautorbach, to recover Ef? 11,000 damages, which ho cluitna li the Ee " value of Afty-ftvo ihareB of stock in tho Oon- HhL solldated Telegraph and Electrical Subway Hra CofflDany. which the ex.Benntor agreed to do. RH llrr to him, but which ho nover did, al. K, though repented demands were made. Hf The pleadings iu the card sho...

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. — 7 April 1888

MftgfiSSiBMMBEBssMiHIiBr 1 pother PUbHc Service. I 'WPawXS ' iSI SEE THE SUNDAY WORLD w "KffS rsV WJw I SEE THE SUHDAVWllft ' PRICE OWE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, AI'KII. 7, 188S. PRICE ONE CENT. JB R-A-C-l-N-G POTMAN POISONED. The Murderer of His Daughter Tries Suicide. His Wife Sad to Have Got Laudanum to Him. He Is Now Dying in Chambers Street Hospital. Doctors Trying Hard to Save His Life. An nmbulnnco call was sent from tho Tombs at 7. 45 this morning, which was re sponded to promptly from tho Chambers Street Hospital. Francis v. Pittinnn, tho murderer of liis daughter Hachacl, aud who was sentencod to lifo imprisonment yesterday, had attempted to commit suicide. Ho was found at tho hour named in IiIb I cell suffering from opium poisoning. AVhere he obtained tho laudanum which ho lisod is not known, but it is supposed that his wife passod it to him. Tho poison had ovideutlv been adminis tered long beforo tho discovery. At 1.15 this afternoon, notwithstanding tho Unremitting effo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 April 1888

JPffWBWIWtWWJCT-11 ejmAra L T3TJE vjo B,nr: r H SATURDAY EVENINC, APRIL 7. Ht" atmncnzi'xioir xo tub srxnma Ef- EDITION (Including Tftagt), Hvr .MUl MONTH, 30c; I'ER YEAR, $3.50. Kx VOL, 28 NO. 9,727 H' Entered at the Poet-Offlcest New Yorku ewond-elMs Hp n.elt matter. B Circulation Books and Press Room OPEN TO ALI K 4 aS.S'l'saeai.saaHissi MaSM M.MNi"'1''' HV' Tn Oiucuijitioh or TOT K EVENING EDITION K THE WORLD k! for the we ending flntnnlny, March 31, wit Hu, toil 0 VI t g Monday 100,600 Wk, Tuesday 106,500 $ Wednesday 105,640 H' TnunsDAY 102,800 1 Friday 106,760 Br Saturday 106,880 Hl Averngo for the Itatlre Month I AC OQI Bfrsf of Blnreh lUDJl HI nODBES ALONE TELL. By? Knowlne advertisers simply smile nnd HjjP' Tvink at tho vociferous and preposterous Hbjpf claims of any newspaper that It circulates Kj& more than all creation besides, while not dor- Hsv ' inrto cIto any upurcs and keoplng its press. Bj-), room and circulation books as closely fruardod Bf w the secrets of th...

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. — 7 April 1888

'I onufflG -IN-MiZY-eOFRSES;- PTEAMBOAT PILOTS 8TEER TB1M AND rBETTI CBAFT IN THE DANCE. irrln nnll Beautifully Decorated with Flam tor the Annual nail of th Brother hood-Hill'" & Cllbb'n Bmplojee Kojoy Themael'-Fnnr3r Hree Cotillon of the Ormonde Oilier Brent of tbe riesuon. Ij-jUijAj EAUTIFUTj flace In HgjVV-2jS nflnito variety deco-2lffX-t? 1 rated Irving Hall last iZESl Jl 0Ten'nB' Harbor No. Jr. 1 of tho Amorlcan .-SSBuHiiHK Brnthorhood of Stoam. "ZCjffi&5sBi uont Pilots was giving iPWVL $"P$l 'ts nnnuai ball, Bm "N J FsfiSr Ke$ uo masters nnd pilots y Its' Cfif'5'H ' Btcnmbonts about (i rtXCT 0tifcl ew or't k l'ride iWflL-3 lu sending tho colors lI;!hftf?S'ff?Ji'i' ' elr 'vosscls to the K$rt fVliySJilMS' decorations. All day I j irffi.fnS scoros of decorators j k.A vjt were buBy putting up $s these flags, and tho result elicited oountlcss expressions of pleas- ore and admiration from tho pilots and their friends. The World assisted in tho docora. I! tions. and one box ...

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. — 7 April 1888

Jlpyfpppjplllp i 'the law not known. Riv ' ' m(, . Blissful Ignoranoo of Statutory Hp Safeguards for Workors, l' A cigab-box factory wiiion the in- HEf? 5rOT0BS SHOULD YIS1T. VJ& W' VTameo and Girl lit Work There, tint the K$r Owner n Nerer Sen n Copy of the Hu; Statute and Knom Nothlnn of Its Term K?tl Sexeral Violation DIseoTcred by nn K " Erenlng World" Iteponer Clinrsr Ky by tittle OlrU Aiiatnat nn Employer. Ei4i&' Bro It trai fmgccBtod at tlio last mooting of tbo wX Workinmromon's Society thnt the cigar-box Bt" factory nt 127 Attorney strict offered n Rood Kv) P Sold of observation for those. Intoroutod in K investigating the condition of factory hands. Htfef' This establishment was yisitod yesterday EtJ by Mi Etenino Wonu reporter. Tho street HfV Upon which it is situated is rooking with mud and filth, and linos of carts stood on either Hjij nlde of tho roadway. Tho sldcmalks swarmed R-'-'Vr Yrfth babies and small children, como out to Hrm Bun themselves in tho warm ra...

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. — 7 April 1888

I Another PublTc&ervice.'j sw4 fguirpTrUuTtm'1txggi'S'i: "ij JsEETHESUNDAYWIiBLD Rll: V W ' SEE THE SUHPflY W0BL" J PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 188a ' PRICE ONE CENT. PJ 1 O'CLOCK THE LAW NOT KNOWN. Blissful Ignoranoe of Statutory Safeguards for Workers, A CIGAR-BOX FACTOBI WlilOII THE IN BPCT0E3 81I0OLD YIB1T. Women and Girl nt Work There, bnt lbs Owner linn Never Keen n Copy or the Mntutc and Know Nothing ofIUTcrm Severnl violation Wicovcrcd by 'an Evening World" Reporter Charge by little ('Iris Against an Employer. It was suggested at tho last meeting of tbo Workingwomen's Society that the cigar-box factory at 127 Attorney street offered a good field of observation for thoso interested in investigating the condition of factory hands. This establishment was visited yesterday by an Evening) Would reporter. The street upon which it js situatod is reeking with mud sad filth, and lines of carts stood on either side of the roadway. Tho sidewalks swarmed with babies...

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. — 7 April 1888

B THE WORLD. Hf SATURDAY EVENINC, APRIL 7. HjL nvnscitifTioy to ins isrjsKXira E& EDITION (Including rettage), Bf JJWl MONTH, 30c. f 1'ER YEAR. $8.80. H' VOL. 28 NO. 9,727 K . Entered t the Fost-Omoo at New York u eeeond-elan HS mall matter. B "Blrciilitioiilooks anOress Room W OPEN TO ALL. Hl TBI ClBOULATIOH Or TOT f EVENING EDITION 1 THE WORLD K$ lor the weex ending Saturday, March 31, wi KM at follow! : Wi Monday 100.600 HI Tuesday 106,500 mjk Wednesday 105,640 K Thursday 1 02,800 Hr Friday 106,760 WM Saturday 106,880 BE Arena for the Entire Month I tR OQI , orninrcli IUOg Hfe IT0USE8 ALONE TELL. HkUg Knowing advertisers simply smile and B wink at the vociferous and preposterous HVjf' claims of any newspaper that it circulates Ufifc more than all creation besides, whllo not dar- aTslf K&' inp; to sire any figures and keeping iti press. W-fM. room and circulation books as closely cuardod BrsF as the secrots of the mystic, orders. BM An intent to deceive and defraud is at t...

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. — 7 April 1888

BgeMgefflErflBHslasBBssMsffBs JiflJfrJMinlEWffiWftlftSifrJMlWWSfefriWBCTMBB I - ' 'TBI I CIRCLING IN MAZY COURSES. W BTEAMBOAT PILOTS BTEER TEIM AND rEETTI CKAFT IN THE DANCE. Trrln Hull Beautifully Decorated with Fin" tor the Annual Ball of the Drotfaer- bood-oiui ds fllbb'.EmpUye Knjoz ThemtelTee Fnnoy Dres." Cotillon of the Ormonde Other ErenU of the He.son. SEAUTIFUL flags in nfinlto varioty doco rnto3 IrvinHairiaH 1 of I ho American Brotherhood ofStcnm boat Pilots was giving its annual ball, and all tho masters and pilots of stenmboajfl about Now York took prido in Bonding the colors of their vessels to the hall to bo used in the decorations. All day scoros of decorators wero busy putting up thoso flags, and tho result elicited countless oxprcsvions of picas, ore and admiration from tho pilots and their friends. The World assisted in the decora, tions. and one box reserved for it attracted particular attention by its adornment. t Tho Herald and Daily Kewt each contributed &...

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. — 7 April 1888

K l f THE'WOm,p : SATURDAY EVEmNGRIL 7, 1888. 'W B 'bCuecoats 'on horseback." e-H'i Hf WBKOKH. CONLIN REVIEWS THE MOUNTED Hp JJEJ1 OF TREMONT AND MQREISANIA Bw tie Finds n.raes and Riders In Flrt.Rate H) Condition Stable! Wuern the Air I a Hp rare am on a. Monntnln-Slde A Hlli ftx' MUlf ! Pliclptlne end Ufflcltncr Abore B' the Bridie The par's Drill. K$ Tkere itemi to be in Impression that police fls- H Ctp)nt In the nptown precincts u leu severe than HvL' downtovrn and; that moat of the men lure a com,. Mft psratlrelj euy time of It If any evidence were H; ftteqed to show me error or ttiia mca it vu mr- K pithed 'fiterdajr when Inspector Conlln visited tbo Ku itorrttsnla and Tremont stations to review the UA mounted men tiers. Shortly after noon he reached Kf the old Morrlatnla Town Hall, at Third ami Wsah. HV logton avennei. The observant little bojrt In the Hw neiihborhood bad noticed an uauiuat itlr B among their mortal enemies, tbo "cops." Be1 Every officer wu in full dreu, wit...

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. — 7 April 1888

itsrWTIUw!awiro ..' 'j'Tiy" 7 !" - jH j Another Public Service, J -sWjM&' ogm plritu.l,gm Expo d, Jfl SEE THE SUNDAY WORLD f :3I?fe w v SEE THE SUNDAY WORLD 11 IT Thorongli Exposition of tho Shama of fSSF m& m1k. 2CW?S' Sum) ) WsVfc )k Slato-WritingfandPioture-Pajntitfg- lW j Jl IModoraSpiritualiBia. j VjJ II jl j TTniMlljiUMjffl d. W (I fF I Mil II I (HI ! oughlyjhovm Up. . --1 . , H BO.MRTIUNG WHICH WiT.I. INTEUKST nOTII t XSeeRr t)W V 1111417111 NdSMsjky' Ik W VVIW I CnARIaATANIBJI WHICH nnsflRVISS THB -lH 8CBPTICS AND IlBMKYBItg. 1 5 V-er jaiy lVfiwiWAU laeVyfJlMi1 Mi llifVrVl 1 1 S V V J X KTATE PRISON. 'WkW inwnwiiw'""' i miiiiitiiiii essssaeojsaf oe.e:oi ' -4, vyaaaa "" PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 19 EXTRA LAST EDITION. AN ITALIAN BANK WRECKED. ..., . - AXGRI DEP08IT0IIS CLAMORING LOUDLY FOB THEIR MONEY. The rjanca Avelllnese Closed, No Money In lb Safe and the Proprietor Out of Town -Depositors Chares that Voanna Took Their Mone...

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. — 7 April 1888

H . Iff THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1888. Hj SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 7. Bf BVBBCnXPTION TO XltB STBSXSQ K? EDITION (Including Pettagii), mp TSB MONTR, 30c; VBIl YEAIt, $8.00. H' VOL. 28 NO. 9,727 aw ' i' faVued at the Poet-Offloe at New York u aeocnd-alau Hit snail matter. Bf a Circulation Books aniTPress Room & OPEN TO ALL. Kt Tans Cicui.atiox or th EVENING EDITION Kf THE WORLD Hjft. rotttswetkendtngSntord'ny, March 31, wu K m follows! m MONDAY. .1 . . ... .'. 166,600 J Tuesday 106,500 ?'. Wednesday 105,640 f TmrnsDAY 102,800 fj Friday 106,760 M Saturday 1 06,880 M Artrnit for ths Entire Month I ftR OQ I W nraim-ch .............. '"P,1',?.1. m nOUEES ALOHE TELL. W Knowing advertisers simply smile and 51, wink' at the vociferous and preposterous m- claims of any newspaper that it circulates iff. ' more than all creation besides, while not dar- S, ing to clvo any figures and keeping its press. JJL room and circulation books as closely guarded k as the secrets of the mys...

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. — 7 April 1888

I THE WORLD ; SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1888. ,3 , ' V I CIRCLING IN MAZY COURSES. I BTBAMBOAT TILOTS 8TEER TRIM AND rEETTI CKAFT IN THE DANCE. Irving Hull nennilfullr Decorated with Flags tot the Aonnnl Ilnll of the Brother. hoed Ollllt fc Olbb's Employees Enjoy Themselves aTnney Dresa Cotillon of the Ormonde Other Greats of the Season. gEAUTIFUL nc In nfinito variety doco ratod Irving Hall last evening. Harbor No. 1 of the American Brotherhood of Steam, boat Pilots was giving its annual ball, and all the musters and pilot of steamboats about New York took prido in sending the colors of their vessels to tho ball to be used in tho decorations. All day scores of decorators wero bnsy putting up those flags, and the result elicited countless expressions of pleas, uro and admiration from tho pilots and their friends. Tins Wobld assisted in the decora tions, and one box resorved for it attracted particular attention by its adornment. The Herald and Daily Xew each contributed a flag. At ...

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. — 7 April 1888

If 4 I THE LAW NOT KNOWN. Blissful Ignoranoo of Statutory Safeguards for Workers. A CIGAR-BOX FACTOR! WHICH TnK IN 6PECT0R8 SHOULD YI81T. n'omrn andjlrln Work There, but the Owner Ha. Neer Keen rt Copy or the fitntule anil Know. Notlilna; or III Term -Hrrcral Tlolallon. Dl.coYered by nn " Erenlna World" Ilenorler Charge, br I.tltle Ulrla Acnlnst an Employer. It was rnnRcgted nt the lmt woctlns of tlio Workincwomon's Society thai tho clgor.box factory At 127 Attoruoy strnot offered a good field of observation for tboso hvtoroutod in invcstlcntliiK tho condition of fmtory bands. This establishment was visited yestorday by an Etenino Wontn reporter. Tho btroot upon which it is situated is reokluc with mud ' ' and filth, and lines of carts stood ou oithcr tide of the roadway. Tho sidewalks Bnanned with babies and small children, como out to gnn themselves in tho warm rays that were also developing tho gutter smolls and bring. ing out tho odor of docared voRetablos and fruit from the bto...

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