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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 12 April 1888

t ' ' . tjpi f$mMXWmhRl WSSi-' I at the telephone:!. v ?S Qf.I .! JCNTa t ZSrM$7Vr CWSSfllr aaa ? " HUof Banan of StafbUcal Inrormallon T J 1 tZZ7J77?Zg'k VWltl WMm& !WrrJinH"l (m m- fldww Ifllnl A How aboot Advertising space last Sunday ?" $ W'i J X 772 gURfcj (tJIL 111 Ml EKiHliPli ffllw O" I II 11(11 I ",Wanls' 5,772, mimg I m I k mpmbbp of APVEitTisKMgnTs. 4 9b9 F PmW)HjW( HKMlIr JlIM ' W WWt l WISJ & A 1 76 Columns. ' Still on the np grade, F ' H f ? Everybody Advertises in " The World.' ft " v iliUlltYlMifflWiUV!) Vy- 7.1 ,AWtgHKlH V v- A yOB 866 Still ' mOYiflg OH' GOOd-Byl" A W 1 '"or0"OM0"0,c"c,"0w0"cw0'0' ' " 4:'X')o'o')c)ooo..)occ-o''c-eoj. VjB PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. JB i . . . - . . vBH HAM EXTRA AM O'DEUA AT THE TOMBS. i m TAKEN THERE THIS MORNING BI INSPEC TOR BYRNES. Btae Asks for aa Adjournrasnt an Her Liw. jer's Account Mr. Howe Offers to rrove Iter a Fraud by Her Own Affidavit Mr. Marsh Will Give Her Up If It Ii H...

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. — 12 April 1888

BaaNBPlffl'KfflRfiffiSjsiIiiitHKi -(aaHRfP"&MssajwTISKK4Jr wslrfw " v i -t r x'v j? JTKTvwr in i " T TnHnronwirrpripw31in,1rl ll iJP ml 111 llTolTlliBM M.JfflgllJrjfla UlLHmmbI rH1 " . . . . n THE WORLB. ft i lhl. 4iil( ( iV JVHIjAv O, 1 $' ' THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 12. Qw fiVsacnxPTioy 10 nru jsrsifixa If' XDXTXOy (Inttudtna Pottagi), ,HjS'', -MM UONTB, 30c. J'SR TSAIi, $3.S0. P, VOL 28 NO. 9,732 E$v Kntsrod at Ih. Foat-Offle at N.w York M sscond-claM HV ' mall matlsr. ,V ;" ' .JKf Circulation Books and Press Room B OPEN TO ALL. l EVENING EDITION Hff THE WORLD K& &r tho weak ending; Hnmrdny, April 7. w K$' as follows t B Monday 100,240 B Tuesday 103,320 f' Wednesday 108,040! K Thursday 100,280 K; . Friday 104,420 Hj) Saturday 106,740 K Average for thocnttro "J "& OQI f Month of aiucch JLvFO, W1 HI THE EVENING WORLD lias, a B& larger circulation than any Evoning Bf papor printod in English and is not K afraid to publish its figures or open p its books to tho publ...

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. — 12 April 1888

: the World fra " ar. v -41 SEEN ON LIFE'S BRIGHT SIDE. t EIOBPHOS ff? TAKDr WEDDINGS WDICll MARRED LABT EVENINH. (Tlio Dnloni' Doll Club nt Ilia In xlngjton ' Avenue Opern-IIonae Mlaa Jnphe Alnr- rleil to nir. Knopf II iaa Cohen Wed.f Hut lloc Not CbmiBO Her Nume l'un In Cnllfo Laid Uoae Hud. Dance. Tbo Union Boat Olub gavo a ball at tbo XiexiiiRtou Avciitto Opora.Houso last night. Jldforo tlio donclug began tlio guests wcro entertained with singing and recitations. Music was furnished by Bornstoin's Or- Following nro notes of some of tbo pretty presses seen in tlio ballroom : Miss Helen M. Tnomaa, black lace, with a tloublo V corsage mid diamond ornaments, i Mine. Julie de ltnjrther, black satin, en tralnr, nltli jiaueli of uoavj brocaded silk; corssgo dccollute. MiB4 J. Tllyon, black laco; corsAge decolleto and Sleeveless; dog collar of blaok velvet caoght Willi b solitaire dtamoDd; white oatrlch tips bouquet. AlisaL. Kuhu, black satin und black Jet, with a tllniuoud lace bar. II...

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. — 12 April 1888

'. . i" THE WORLD: I THURSDAY1 EVENING, ; AlRlL 12; 1998. ' 'lITTLE ONES IN CHARGE. vs;.. if gt'CCESBFb'ti FAIR BT THE CI1ILDBEN OF $: ' HOLY TRINIT1' 6HNDAY-SC1100L. 'BvS ttliar Palnf a Novel Sign, Collect ZoU or ;HS' Useful Article Which Draw lineal, from iB ,be dockets, and Manaare the Knterprl BfeS "Uh Great Hklll Tho.e Who Are In jK$f Charge of the Table The IJnterlalnincut. ;Wbk A erlmlT Uttered ind peculiarly abbreviated -Kft tiotlco tntiff ou a lamp-poit oo Klftn avenue, H dlrsctlf opposlto liol.r Trlnltjr Uhuruti, jcucrdajr H alieiDoon. It wn painted in rude blaik letter on 'K a '"0 "itet of Lrown wrapping-paper, and In- ' jB formed the pnbllo at largo taat "A chldrcn'a fair ;B, and entmnt" was being beld In the bondar-scriool K" froom of laid church, and ttiat the admlulon ikHbL tbereto wa 10 cent. A great many passers-by jSjEi pivtt Iiti been attracted by tut sign, for man 3flHb- arrangers to the church were noticed among the IBfr crowd that thronged tho fair all afternoo...

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. — 12 April 1888

" .'( 'kSI Vi--! '?. J THE SUNDAY WORLD J -sxWZ44 ?atthetelephane 7 S ? NO. OP OOLUM.-SS OF ADVKRTISBMBNTS, I '"""""SSSr V 2ZZZ ' "" ' -" .."." ,Z..." Z.7. f ,' IJOI EAt , "fi? f wJfef'. 2 " Hello, Bareau or Statlstlcil Information I"? Ifl 15 770olTCI Mil iH( lrJ&LfeSlM. mA ffflk - I nflS 1 dffik I ' How about Advertising space last Sunday ?" t -WM h' 0,d zV3JZk llJLJIIir WlIK IflwlO"! 1 I 1 III ft "'mnts'nnmbered 5,772, Ailing J H TrJfT'TT8;, f 0? W WiHffllH M MM ' WWr W WJ A 1 7 6 Columns. Still on the np' grade, I JB ISJSI .B wwTVST i you see still ' moving on.' Good-ByI" , 1 PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 'j9 -I -- , . M I IMMWMMWM.,.M, ,,, JVHl LAST EDITION. JOHN LSAILS. -., ,, , Off for America on the Catalonia. Loudly Cheered at the t Liverpool Pier. Presented With a Brace of Bulldogs. Followed Out to Sea by Ad miring Friends. " Yankee Doodle," Tears, Farewells and Champagne, OmrKfH 1888, Vt r JVeaa ( Cmar (- Jer World). SC OABLI CUTiTC...

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. — 12 April 1888

B' 9- THE WORLD: 'THURSDAY ETENIKG," APRlt "IS,' 1888.'- - . -, '.kaalaVu, mf THE WORLD. Hp' Vll.A.J ay (A rr rHfiii, Co. 'If THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 12. ,H evJtscjtiPTioy xo the xrExwo 'Kl EDITION (Including Tottagi), K PSH itONTJT, 80c. rSR TSAR, $3,80. :& VOL 28 NO. 9,732 m;'i Bf Entered it th. roat-Offlee at New York M Beoond-elae jH&? mall metier. ,; Circulation Books and Press Room 'IB OPEN TO ALL. jjlK i TUB CIRCULATION OV TBI if EVENING EDITION K THE WORLD Hfr for the week ending Hniurday, April 7, was, H- aa follows: j jH" Monday 100,240! iHf Tuesday 103,320! K, t Wednesday 1 08,040 K Thuusday 100,280 Hi' Friday 104,420 BK Saturday 106,740 K ( 1 1 .- . ... Hft i Average for thocntlrcfl fhft OQ1 jHI Month or March XJf3AtO. iR THE EVENING WORLD has a iHr larger circulation than any Evoning lK papor printed in English and is not Ep afraid to publish its figures or opon iBk its books to tho public. jBk MOVING AT LAST, Ef, Tux World's oxposuro of tho Albany H v lobby nnd...

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. — 12 April 1888

r! '411 1 THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 12, 1888. 3 "-M M SEErf oiMfps MiGitt SIM; ' EE0EPTI0N8 AND WtDDINGS WHICH MASKED LABT EVENING. The Union Boat Club at tb IVxlnajton Avrnu. Opcra-Uonae SIlu Jnplio Alni rlrd to nir. Knopf HI l Cohen Wedi, lint Hoc. Nat Cannae llcr Name Fun In t'nllco I.nd Itoie Had. Unncc. Tbo Union Boat Olub gavo n ball at tho Lexington Avcnuo Opora-IIouso lost night. Before tlio dancing began tbo guests woro enteitaiued witb singing and recitations. Music 'nas furnished by Bernstein's Or- cboetra. Following nro notes of somo of tbo pretty drctbcs seen in tbo ballroom: Mln Helen M. Tnomas, black laco, with a donblo V corsage and diamond ornaments. ' Mnie. Jnlie do ltuytner, black satin, en tralne, vim panels of heavy brocaded silk; coriiso decollete. .Mt3i J. Tllvoa, black lace; corsage decollete and sleetiiesa; uogcuilar of black velvet caught with a solitaire diamond; whlto ostrich tips bouquet. MissL. Kuliu;bluck satin aud black Jet, with a diamond Uc...

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. — 12 April 1888

mh 'aaBa1 Hp TOE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 12; 1888,' K .ANOTHER SAVORY STEW. 'HSv ,B. - MORE LITTLE COOKS AT WORK IN TUB ,B YANDEWATEtt STREET tCUOOL. 'I " Vbey Will Try to Da u Well as Their Claeto Hijjfr , . nates Uld L.t Week Absorbing Interest K' Hnovrn la the Lrnnm In Ilouirkeeplnc Bfyi Testing the Dish The Itrtt of the Cln R to Make tbe Dumplings This Time. aHv 'K The eonfldenco of on Evening Would re- ' ,.Bg potter that ho. too, oould make n brow a slow '''' bBs irns strrusttienoil Hits mornlnu' liy nnolhcr JBk visit to the cooking class in tho Vnmlcwnter rH- treot school. ffjSF n8t week's wonderful stow, begun In tbo RjBh inornlnc by the members of tbe first division JlBf bf the class, was completed in tho afternoon .H, by the addition of dumplings and potatoos B? prepared by tbo second division. BB; To-day tho second division mode tho stew HL Md the first division took its turn this after- BBJ1 noon.at tho dumplings. Hp Last week's stew, nftor it was nil com- BPi; pou...

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. — 12 April 1888

! !T.HBJBUNIMYWORl.p! $mmZ- aTTHCTELEPHOnO '1 1 ' & l76? !Wa "iPSLS Tl ,Jj9k lfc X "Hello, Bnreau or Statistical information !" J Afl AnoolToJ VSniT IHl E?r-tJk-T4 && -I fllimw liSni ft ' How about AdYertlsing space last Sunday ?" t ,; ft 5,72 Ji5A (SyLJllir WlliM BLrlO "lllJIJl 1 ill I A "Wants' numbered 5,772, filling J NUMDKR OK APVKKTlaKMISNTB. i 3r N PiWRv)HHW JTO BmHW PO BW ' W VW' P (& il'jf $ A 1 7 6 COlOUM SU11 0. 0 ty 0.6. & ' 9 1 $ Everubodv AdvcrtiscH in " The worid. h " v-"" lUllMVIKTOWlilW IK-BWtt 'ii ,J-TOTO v w A you see still' moting on.' Good-By I" i i 4-o"'""-""''"0-1- co..o..OMo...o..:.c.e.-c. J ' - - ' ' ' --- - " ' """,, '-' "v."..'-!"'i"' ' ' " ." "" "" ,M" " -i """" '. n i ' i "" ' '" .-- .i- - 1 1 i - '., '..,' "'' ' .. . i , "'",',"' "" , .1, ' PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. M .. . . id i , R-A-C-l-N-Q BURIED BY A WALL. One Man Killed Outright and Three Injured. Help Summoned From the New York Hospital...

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. — 12 April 1888

IK? , v T" THEtWOIUiD: PHWftSDAY' EVENING, APRHM2, 1898". ' . H ; THE WORLD. sVr?' k, iNMMxi y A rrf rlltiMl C. 'Kp THURSDAY EVENINC, APRIL 12. Bf BxmaoJtxrTJoy ro inn xmxixa ,H' EDITION (Including roitagt), rr.n moxtit, soc.f J'jsr yeab, $3.B0. ,, VOL 28 NO. 9,732 !JE -.. . - i - Hcik Entered at the rost-Office at New York as seoond-claia & mil J matter, jH pirculati"Eoksand Press "Room K OPEN TO ALL. ' ,'Kif Tue UincuLiTioK or tiii Mb EVENING EDITION JK'' ' THE WORLD IHFSv; for the week ending Hnmrdny, April 7 was jKV;'' " follows: Bi Monday 100,240 Hf' Tuesday 103,320 k Wednesday 1 08,040 Kf TnunsDAT 100,280 B Friday 104,420 f Saturday 106,740 Kfo HE . Avernjro for tlio entire "t fi QQI Bf Month of Mnrch XjH3AtVJL H' THE EVENING WORLD has a R larger circulation than any Evoning Bf paper printed in English and is not H' afraid to publish its figures or opon H Its books to the public. K MOVIHO AT LAST. f Tin World's exposure of the Albany K lobby and its persistent demand for 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. — 12 April 1888

glBgsPllaBBBaaaaaag K SEEN ON LIFE'S BRIGHT SIDE. INCEPTIONS AND WEDDINGB WHICH MARKED LAST EVENING. Che Union Beat Club nt tha lalna;toii Arcnue Opern-IIouir SIIm Japho Mar ried to Sir. Knopf Dili Cohen Wede, lint Doe Not OUiiiige Her Name Fun In Cnllco I'i"l Hose limit Dunce. The Union Boat Club gavo a ball at tho Iiexincton Avenue Opera-IIouso last night. Boforo'tliodoncine began tho guests woro entertained with singing and recitations. Witsio was furnished by Bernstein's Or- 'i'ollowingaro notes of gome of tho protty drosses fccen in tho ballroom i Miss Helen M. Thomas, blauic lace, with a doable V coiiage and dUmond ornaments. Dime, Julie de Kujther, blaik iatln, en tralne, with panels ul near brocaded silk; coraiga UCns'j0.'Tilj031 black lace; corsage decollete and sleeveless; uok collar of black velvet caught witn a solitalro diamond ; whito ostrich tips bouquet. Alias L. Kubu, blaoK aatln and black Jet, with a diamond lace bar. ....... . .. jHI.-sl- M. Hajmond, skirt of blus...

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. — 12 April 1888

B'1' 4 TPEWOniP: TjIUfiStUY EVENING, APltlL 12. 1696. ' K AHN O'MIA AT THE TOMBS. HP H, WBOr TItEEfl TD1S MORNING BI IHSPEO- Ht;- TOE BTRNES. sHskf' H,yb Atlc fo an Adjournment sn Iter I.nw. iMff. r' Aectmnt .Tlr. Howe Oflere to Frore Hpi tfcr Fraud by Iter Own Affldnrlt Sir. IHH . Marsh Will UIt Iter Up If It I. Mhown Hfe. t-fcau She I Not Irtln Montea Dnughttr. Jfe? At Usi the law had the redoubtable mistress Erc of tpiriU, Ann O'Delia I)i Debar, in its K$X clutches and it now seems as if alio will K"j henceforth be debarred from praetislnc her Ms x myiticlsm upon and fleoclng Lawyer Lutkor HL Iti Harsh or ftny fresh dnpes. IKh). She and her assistant conspirators, the hus- JUft tahd, that very material spirit painter, and 'fiBftf, the Lawrences, father and son, were arrestod vltaaWw-' f Inspeotor Byrncs's men last evening and bjESj i spent last night in cells at Tolico Ilcatlqunr. Hk tent, desplto the effort of Mr. Marsh to socuro9 U) their release on bail. R -l 10 o'elock this m...

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 April 1888

1WIJHWM....WML!!S WMZz J at the telephone.! h m lih-tAfGl iSr'MM 'TMk tSffot jyMk ? "Hello, Bureau of Statistical Information In? ' 'M JTTnTrcl fm WxMW& r-MMtnL mtikwk- I fllWW Irffnil t " How aboot AdTertlsIng space last Sunday T j M K 5,772 UR3 A (ULIIir 1PH (0(0"1 111 1 Id 1 & '"Wants' numbered 5,772, fllllng jl h NmtBfcn of ADVEHTisgateNxs. k N&JP PUSP KME oHi mH H Pi CT M ' W xs&s (SM&$ A 1 76 Columns. Still on the up grade, J H A BweL-iftri 1 IJZ1'" k immWEWi&MKKMMm v w A you see still ' moYing on.' Good-Byl" & M PRICE. ONE CENT. . NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. J Jl OlOl FOUND SHARING THE SPOILS. MISTRESS AXD MAID ARBE3TED OH A CHARGE OP BnorLIPTINO. Tfao Aliased Wife of a Treason! Lawyer CiuM la Town nllb Iler Servant and Holds 8lth Adeline An Assortment of Articles Thought to be Stolen Hidden Under Their Clothe Serene In Conrt. Mm. C&rrio Stowart, who Bars sho la the -wifo of a Tromont lawyer, and Kate Flynn, a former domos...

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 April 1888

X 5 ToWilBJJX:,JUDAXiFXFiNlffG,AI?BIL. 130388. B THEWOR1D. pfi ' IMhlUlH! h "' "rw rtJKiMa Co. B FRIDAY EVENINC, APRIL 13. H$ BvnBcitu'Tiox to Tin: r.rr.itixa WM XniTlOJf (Including I'oslage), mm rsu moxtji, ;ioc.t fxn yj:aii. $3. no. R" VOL 28 NO. 9,733 MfiM liDterod t tha roat-Offlm at Now Yotk i seeond-claM ' mH matter. H GfrcuTatiTooks" and" Press Room ;ll OPEN TO ALL. 'iliHft! 'aD'jkTio!' r xnE Mm evening edition Ik the world MHff for tho week ending 8nitir,lny, April T, i Hr as follow! : Hf Monday 100,240 Kf Tuesday (03,320 B Wednesday 1 08,040 V Thursday 100,280 K Friday 104,420 B Saturday 106,740 KtU Avorngo for thorntlro Tj f&fll OQ1 Kf aionth orMnrcl J-VfOoUl H THE EVENING WORLD has a M larger circulation than any Evening papor printod in English and is not 1 afraid to publish its figures or opon K Its books to tho public. i THE ALBANY LOBBY. Of conrso all tho Assemblymen who testify Hf will deny nny corrupt dealings with tho 't lobby. V Men are not likely to confess 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. — 13 April 1888

-THE, WORLD.: .FRIDAY-EVENING, APRIL 13, 1888. m 3 WWl YOUTH'S GOLDEN MOMENTS. . TUE HAWTHMNB LITERARY UNION GIVES AN ENTKRTAINMENT. ActlnaT by Ainrteur Folio ed by Danclne Outline of Ilnnrlaomo Dresses Hetn nt tlir I.rxInRton Avenue Oprrn-lloiiup Itr crpllon of "' fllrlpomrne Association fjBnr-Mn.krrn Ilnvo nn I'.vrnlna of Fun. Tho Hawthorno Literary Union gnvonn en tertainment nt tho Loxincton Avonuo Oporn. IIoubo lftft uiclit, which crowdod tho Iiouro to tho doors. Tho third net of " Othollo ... civen, with tho following cost : lhp,i0 Charles Snlltdorf P'"" ". John M. bnlltdorf ilin Thomas Hail.intrno TiMdcmona Miss Helen Sweeny imllla I M'8 vrn Tborntou This 'wns followed hy "Cut Off With n Sliillinfi," with tho parts distributed ns fol- Hm r.svthorno styles UatTonden col I icr icw".. Charles Hplitilorf Klttraythorno MIsslIcrinaFooblshcr The reception wns managed by tho follow ing committees : Floor Director. Henry W. Dom; Assistant, J. Oenrirc Allonj Aids, Limbert A. J. Mnller,...

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 April 1888

H 4 THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 188a . Mr nE T00K 1IEB r,c1UBE IN Tia,ITS Rt, Mcnnl OHleer Batrman'a rhnieirnphle Feat Rff Canto a III Hensntlon In New Huron. K; incut, TO THE WOltLD.J w NiwIUtih, April 18. -There waa a big atnis. m lion In this oltr to-da; when It became known that H Stent! omctr bhcrraan, of the War Department, wjiV vii engaged In the bnsltxss of photographing By young glrla In neglige costume. Mr. Sherman la a Htft wan about Ihlrly-OTe years of ago ami la a leading '1,1 taember of tho New llaven Camera Club, an or. H fanuutlon composed of amateur photographers. Ho Tut dab baa Ita rooma In the aame building In which K& tne Signal Office la located, and consequently he rc fonnd plenty of time to work the camera. 'Ix The work baa been brought to pnbllo nolle by Hft' tbt fact that a complaint has been made to City 'HVfl Attorney Dally by a JUst Norma Dartow, a r:ry V-V pretty yonng lady employed aa a copylitlntht "'Bi efflco of Qeorge W. rownlng. Sbe aal...

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 April 1888

o Jam "9 fcBB iH I THE SUNDAY WORLD J "'IW5 AT THE TELEPHONE. I II NO. OP COLUMNS Olf ADVKRTI3EMENTS, X """"""""seS? cr ' " 9 .e,,an.i.......sss ,. .,,..,....,.K,tl,.,l..u. , , ...5 "3H ll9 6 NUMBRH OF ADVERTISEMENTS. & fer vW pXHIa W ( 111 A 1 7 6 COlknS. Still (ft the Dp' M, A 'M M A Everybody Advertises in " The World." 6 v- JKJIifUlr V V i yOU 860 Still moving OD.' GOOu-Byl" t MM PRICE ONE CENT. NEy YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. II fl R-A-C-l-N-C EXTRA THE BOSSES FIGHT. t Brewers Getting Ready for Their Big Lookout! Swarms of Non-Union Men Ap plying: for Work. The Police Called In lo Quiet the Mob at at the Employment Headquarter In Iinat Fourteenth Street More Than Seven Hundred Men Enrolled by It O'clock Seven Clerk Hnrd nt Work The Work men Throw the Blame for the Coming Tronble on Their Employer. Tho Brewers' Association and organized labor are preparing for tho great struggle Which it quite sure to begin on Monday, when 5,OV hands will be locked out of 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. — 13 April 1888

f 2 THE WORLD t FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1888. m h$M BlWORLD. Kf ' NltflAerf Vf tt fr ISllUMng Co, H FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 13. 'BTr'' wDscnzpxJoif xo tub srsKino flp) EDITION (Including rcstagt), H -, WiA MONTH, 30c, f PER YEAR, $3.80. HS' VOL 28 ....NO. 9,733 Hs'' Kft ' Jntrd at tb Post-OfflM at Kw York aa eoond.laa L mall miUr. K ';' " cuiaiElooki'anT Press Room 'Wr1' OPEN TO ALL. SJKKiffi Tbc CiBcouiiioi, or rat IB EVENING..EDITION K THE WORLD H for the week ending Haiurdaj, April 7, u Igni' aa ' ollowii B; "Monday 100,240 k Tuesday 103,320 Hfi , Wednesday 1 08,040 K Thursday 100,280 R' Fiuday 104,420 Hf Saturday 106,740 Brf'" Avcrnjro for tho entire fl QC.1 K Month of March AVOffi0,J. Hf THE EVENING WORLD has a Hf' larger circulation than any Evening H paper printed in English and is not H afraid to publish its figures or opon Kj its books to tho public. K THE ALBANY LOBBY. Rv Of courso oil tho Assemblymen who testify E'' will deny any corrupt dealings with the Kr' lobby. K Men...

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 April 1888

Wtsssssssssssssssssssssm 35 ''mmw THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1888. 3 S tjH . .youTirs qolden apium THE HAWTHORNE L1TEEABI UNION QIYES AN ENTERTAINMENT. Aellnr r7 Araattnrsj Pollonr.il by Dancing Outline! of Handsome Dresass Seen at llie Lexington Avcnne Oprm-Ilouee He rrptlan of the fllrlpomone Association Clsjnr.Maker Hrto an Itvenlnir of Van. Tho Hawtboriio Literary Union gavoan on tertftinmont nt tho Lexington Avonuo Opora House last night, which crowded tho houso to tho doors. Tho third not of ' ' Othello " was piven, with tho following cast : nthcllo Charles Solltdorf jipo Join U. uplltdori Castto Thomas liallantjno Dosdemona Mies Helen Sweeny jjmllla , Miss Vera Thornton This was followed by " Cut Off With a Shilling," with tho parts distributed as fol lows t Ssiu Gaythorne Myles Haffenden C'ou nerners Cnsrles Splitilerf Klttr Uaythorne Miss Derma Fooblsticr The reception was managed by tho follow ing committees : Floor Director. Henry W. Broio; Assistant, J. Oeorge ...

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 April 1888

;g.slilililililiHg.WTO.vE ms't--t WiWW'F'WHivV'w'WV'T T'vlMHMBWMKpnRRnE H 4 THE WORLD: FRTDAY EVENING, APRIL 13; 1888." HAPPY BOB HANGED. Hi Bf- Van Brunt Meets His Doom To-Day B at Warsaw. K$ How the Murderer Spent His Hlj LaBt Hours on Earth. K Bt Key Called at the Jnll to Bee Him, bat ra 8he m Denied Admission lite Henlor flfljp Canet Refilled to Blur la a Town iKjfc Where " Murder Wu to Be Committed " A&Hff A Sketch of the Career and Crime of !jB lb SaWatlen Army Aasaasln. jfljiipyf imoui TO TCT WOULD. jjR; Warsaw, K. Y., Aurll 13. Robert Van IfHfr, Brunt wm hanged in tl o Warsaw Jail yard IfH thii moraine for tho murder of Will itoy, at Ki Caitile. OoL 7..188G. H " nlTFT BOD " VAN nitTJNT. B; Xat night Van Brunt, at 1.16, retired to Bf bis cell, where he read his Dlblo and spout HB ta hour in prayer. HHr With his facilities he mndo a cup oUten and HBi drank it, and thon prayed fifteen minutes. HK Bo then retlrod, but it wni 8.09 before he HHA Slept, and he showod some signs...

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