ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Evening World, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 153,390 items from Evening World, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
153,390 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 18 April 1888

ll rSSgr'Sr1 t ." . -pf fgg' ' The Utter That He Longed For Quickly Came. M I "'TiiAHYTwooTHEKNEWHPAPEusy" HMiiiil!WM IMlfrffiliL JILgMWl THE WORLD Is THE Situation Securing Medium. Tfl jjM ii " ' r'-"- J KmiiiiiiHtittHiiiiiiimiiiiiii ''iM '"PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. ' J8 EXTRA A BREAK IN THE RANKS. MAN! OP THE DEER WAGON DRIVERS ZEliXMiti TO WORK. , r I OnlT Ht Handrcd Drivers Kemaln to Carry an llio Flaht AaTaloet the Dosses They Will Htlek to It to tli End The Inside Hen Stand Vtrni Pew of Them Return ta Work-The Men Upheld by OrsnulEefl Labor AITnlrk In the City Naloons A New Driver Kooeked from III WnBon. The first break In the ranks of the brewery, rtn's unions occurred this morning. , When the looked-out brewcrymon gathered t Clarendon Ilall thero was considerably excitement after the pick ets at Ehrot's, Supports, Ringler1, Schacf Ifcr's, Eibblcr'S, Meyer's and Hoffmann's breweries repoHod that many of tho old drivers had returned 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. — 18 April 1888

BaBaWianMffisTOBJWf'bjrfsTOfvlfsJpaii as ilBKgiw'WWlBiWBWi Br H 8 THE WORLDs WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1888. . w I the w5o Kii: PH & WEDNESDAY EVENIN3, APRIL I a f'Hiti if dvnscitiPTZojr xo xnit eybsiso H- ft ZVlXIOy (Intluiing J'ottagt), -K- f FSB MONTH, 30c FSB YEAB, $3.50. jB; VOL 28 NO. 9,733 BV' i' BaUKdatihtl'Mt.Offloatt Itw Yors as SMsnd.slsss TB" ft - mall nutter. I-'Bf ' ' - H: l Circulation Books aid Press Room Si OPEN TO ALL. ,H -- H'. ft The Ciucuhtiok or TnK rKi EVENING EDITION H'l THE WORLD . " s ;B' -J- tor the week ending Saturday, Apill 14, was k ".' fit " 'ollow' Hj f Monday ........ .... 100,320 I'B-i Tuesday 94,380 Jm Wednesday 1 02,300 lift t Thursday 100,820 f Friday 100,480 Hjp Saturday 98,160 fe H'i ;?, i ' j. Averngo for the entire " ffc 1 OQ1 m,, tf I Month of Bliirch..... J-VP7-- rtR E0800B OONKLIHO, t,H : It is fitting that tho pcoplo should mourn k K! -ft trnon a firat man dies. i fl ; & Itosco:: Conklino was pre. eminent among r HH' ?,y a mll...

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. — 18 April 1888

sHSBeleHIIVHLHVsflMflRelwa tememel . IsveMH 'i iflBvemH 'I ' VaaSMeB . I , THI? WORLD : "WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1888. 9 I CROWDS IN THE BALLROOMS. 1 BT. PETER'S LITEEART UNION ENTEfiTAINS I FOB A 0001) CAUSE. 1 A Ittccptlon nt the Lexington Avenue Oper I Heme la Aid .f Rebooti Partners Die- I irlbutsd by Fortune at tlia Dnnoe of the I I.mfy htaudnrd Association Ueeeplton at I llir E- J Kennedy At.oclatlen. 'l Bt. Tctcr'fl Literary Union eavo nn enter- talninent aud reception ut tho Lexington Avenue Opera-IIouso last oveniuc for tho benefit of tho schools of St. Peter's Church. Tho play "Mny Blossom" nos presonted with tho following cast t Tom Blotsom ...Henry Mason sieve Uarland John C. Costello Itlcliard ABhcroft l'Dlllo J. Lcddy Uncle UarUett tool O. Frost (luen Huthawuy Thomat.M. Oartland vDn Lawrence J. Tjuan capt. Hammond IlnuhA. Dully jlltam bioan ltobert K. Sataso Hank Buiter James H. Huffy War lliosaom Miss Lizzie C. Spring Drbotan Miss -Mary K. Havae Millie Miss Teres...

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. — 18 April 1888

MBassMsyWsffi'r3HIwgSSETss sHj- I T TTHE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING; APRtL 18,' 188ff" ' i LAST WEEK E OF THE I GREAT FIRE SALE fl$ AT I HANNIGANSBDUILLON, 243 and 245 Grand St., New York, W All Goods Damaged by Smoke and Water through the C recent Fire at Coogan Bros.' Furniture Stores must posl-M- tively be sold this coming week at any sacrifice. In con ffl junction with the above goods, we offer the entire bank Mr, rupt stock of Robert Betty (formerly No. 482 Third ave jff ' nue), bought of the assignee (at 25 cents on the dollar), W, to the public Thursday, April 19, and the following days, M regardless of cost. H l if Don't fail to call early and secure the m greatest bargains ever offered at any sale. m- Read carefully the following: m Dress Goods. Wraps! Wraps! i&K . WO places M-lnch old. WALK HUITINOR. In lha Mfln. rlehli beaded 81MC CJAPKB, unlmie d.sltns, i JfflW latest aprine; ehades. suoh .a 'lrr Potui, Apple (Ir.en. 1 I7.. w. will .-II from l..l tu BIOMU. Tin. Ri Mabo...

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. — 18 April 1888

ON COBBBKPOJDWQ SUNDAYS IN 3 DIFMiRENT .,, -. , ' ' ' """ ' ," """ jT " TTIT,,,B 'JHI Igff&S r&S I Ittft! V THE WORLD is THE Sitnatlon Secnrlpg Medlnm 9 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. jj LAST Ml A BREAK IN THE RANKS. - MAN! OP THE BEER WAGON DRIVERS BE! URN TO WORK. Only Five IInnrtrd Driver Remain to Cnrry m I lie Flglir Agnlnat the Houei Tliey Will Mtlck to It to the Bnd The Inslilr Men Htntid Firm Few of Tliem Return to Work The Men Upheld by Onrnnlzrd Labor Affair In the City Moloonn A New Driver Knocked from 111 Waaon. Tlie first break In the ranks of tho brewery, men's unions occurrod this morning. When the lockod-out brcwerymen gathered nt Clarendon Hall there was considerable excitement after tho pick, ets nt Ehret's, Hupports, Binsler's, Schaof fer's, Elchlcr's, Mojcr's and Hoffmann's brevverios reported that many of tho old drivers had returned to work and thuB aban doned their brethren of the Beer-Drivers' Union. AtEhret's bre...

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. — 18 April 1888

mmmW i B I Hb' 3 TIIK WORLD ; WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRTL 18, 1888, I B THErWOHIi'D. IHEfc I-Mil (y lit JVm lUMfa Co. P WEDNESDAY EVENINC, APRIL 1 8. Bi( ivnsciiirTiox xo xttit nriixixo KK EV1XIOH (Including Voitagi), WVfc PEIt MOKTH, 30c; PER YEAH, $3.00. m$ VOL 28 NO. 9.73B PsX. Bnt.rwlatth.Po.l.Offltmat New York u Moond-olMa , ag'' intll milter. -If Circulation Books and Press Room ill OPEN TO ALL. JHr The CmrutJiTioH or Tint EVENING EDITION it THE WORLD 'Jm1"' for tbo wcel: emlloir Hntur.la), Apill Il.wngi MMKllfl fix fnllnna $ Monday 100,320 B Tuesday 94,380 Mfr Wednesday 102,300 S Thursday 1 00,820 R Fiuday 100,480 S: Saturday 98, 1 60 WiSH AvcriiRO for tlie entire "t fft QQ" . Jre' Month of Murcl AtrOjWJ. mm boscoe cohklino. 'K$i( l 's fitt'uK that "10 l'coplo should mourn wr;" Trhonacront mau dies. Iff Roscou Conklinu vaspro-cmlucnt nmons Mft n iniUiou standing above tlio mnss liko a , , mountain peak on a plain. In lnmontinc his ,ly loss the Stato and tbo nation pay tribute to...

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. — 18 April 1888

BWJBJ91Srf?BBMWMllw ! THE WOULD : "WEDNESDAY EVENING, ATOII, 18, 1888. 3 M ;; CROWDS 0 THE BALLROOMS.' bT. PETER'S XITEKAUY UNION ENTERTAINS MOR, A GOOD CAUSE A Itecrptlon set the 1-rxlngton Avenue Opira Uoiup " A,J r KohooU Partner! I) li ft rrltiutdl by Tffortuno nt the llnnoa of the ( I.ndr Mandl.nl Aa.oclntlou Tlcctptlou of lliti I.'. J Kennedy A.soclntlon. jj St. rotor's Litornry Union gavo nn enter. m toiuiiieut unel reception ut tlio Lexington , A.etitio Opera-Hoimo last evening for tho bcnellt ot tho bchools of St. l'etor'B Church. The piny "Mny Blossom" vtns presented vlth the following cost : Tom Blottotii .......Henry Mnnon Move Harland John c. Cosiello II chard AslicroH l'hlllu J. Leddy rnelc Hartlett Sold. 1-roit inieii UMbuwrjy Thomas M. llartlaud ;',: Lawrence J. Tyuaa runt, llarutiwnd Hnoli A. fmirjr Hiram wmn Robert L.Savaae Ilaiik llmtcr JumiH 11. Dully Jinr Wusauin. Mist Lizzie C. Si.rlnp; Deborah Mits lar 1- vtue miiiib ... .Miss Teresa A. Siinck 5 lllle May. ..-...

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. — 18 April 1888

LHBH ' r , ? "J; HE,' K HP' r T" THE WORLD: "WT5D1VESDAY EVENING; APtttL 18," I88ff" " ! - J last week he f the 1 GREAT FIRE SALE I HANNI&AW3BDUILL0K, It 243 and 245 Grand St., New York. Weft All Goods Damaged by Smoke and Water through the recent Fire at Coogan Bros.' Furniture Stores must posi- Wi tively be sold this coming week at any sacrifice. In con- junction with the above goods, we offer the entire bank- wt f upt stock of Robert Betty (formerly No. 482 Third ave- S' Hue), bought of the assignee (at 25 cents on the dollar), W& to the public Thursday, April 19, and the following days, regardless of cost. Ki Don't fail to call early and secure the mf greatest bargains ever offered at any sale. ,B Read carefully the following: m Dress Goods. H WO pieces nrt.neh old WALK KUITINOH. In the , IVjnb latest ipnoc abadee, such aaT.rra CuttA, Appl. Orrnu, ' BMaaaVL MfcbOf.nf, llob.lm, IteaftriA, c. t Alao'JuO pircaiof tin ' K$ CIIKOK HUlTIiNUS, .11 dealrabla colon, lilt, uniform...

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. — 18 April 1888

"SSr1" Ifi- The Letter That He Longed For Quickly Came. Jl I tiian an" JX'oS s iBlBM'BffiiMB W Hia IK IIMlll THE WORLD is THE SItnatlon Securing Medium. J '" -t ii""""" "'"'" ,.......,, s ! ""PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. M - A BllKAK IN THE HANKS. HANI OP THE DEER WAGON DRIVERS RE1URN TO WORK. Onlr Fire Hmidrod Driven Itemnln to Cnrry on flip Klglit Annlnal tlie lluir They Will stick in It to llio End Tho Inside Men Mtnnd Firm Hcv uf Thrm Hrliini 10 Work Tho Men Upheld liv Ornnnlzed Labor Affiilrt In llict'lly Mnloone. The first break in the rauksof tlio brewery wen's uuious occurred Una morning. Yvhon tbo locked-out brovvorymon fathered nl Clarendon Hall tboro wns considerable excitement nftor tbo pick ets at Lliret's, Hupperts, llinglcr's. Schaof ferV, Lichlor's, Meier's uud IIoffmnuu'B brew print rcporlod that ruauy of tho old drivers lnd returned to work nud thus aban doned their brethren of tho Beer-Drivers' Union. At Lhrot's brewery sWty...

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. — 18 April 1888

rtihlMfl l ! rxUlMug Co. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 18. nvjtscttJrTioy xo xujs srrxiito EDITION (Inttuilno 1'oitag), PEIt 2lOXTH,30c.ti'SR YEAH, $3.B0. VOL 28 NO' 973B Xntered attb. rost-Offloa at Naw Yors u ascond-elasa mill matter. 1 Circulation Books and Press Room I OPEM TO ALL. jjE Tnr CincOLiTiON or tk f EVENING EDITION S or I THE WORLD J for the week ending Hnturdaj, April 14, wa m aa follows: m Monday 100,320 Tuesday 94,380! M Wednesday 1 02,300 i Tiiuiibday 100,820 Friday 100,480 Saturday 98,160 W Avcrano for tlio pntlro & Afl 901 R Month of Uliircli J.VFW(JX K03C0E CONKLIKQ, It U fittitifj tlint tlio peoplo should mourn r wnou n great man dies. JK' ItoacoK Conklino wns pre-eminent amous ,P n million stoutling nboo tlio rnasB liko n K mountain poalc on a plain. In lainoiitiug his W loss tbo Statu nud tlio nation pay tributo to Iliicli intalluctual endowments, to spotless iboractor, to great capacity for and faithful. liens in tbo public service and to a character tiniquo ...

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. — 18 April 1888

I H n TII1. WOULD: Wr.DM'SD.VY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1888. . ff M ifl: CROWDS'iraiE BAXLROOM,. - ST. PETER'S LITERARY UNION ENTERTAINS FOR A GOOD CAUSE. A Uactplloit at the Lexington Avenue Optra Home In Altl of Hclioole Farmers I)l irlbulo'l br Forluns at the Dnnoe of lbs l.nrly Mnl"ri Auoclntlon necepllon of iIjd I. ! Kenueily Aeaoclntlon. St. Peter's Literary Union (jnvo nn enter- iftiimient auil reception nt tho Lexington Annuo Opera-Houso Inst evening for tho benefit of tho Hchools of St. Peter's Church. '1'lto play "May Blossom" was presented with the following cast : Tom Blossom Henry Maiion sieve Uarland John c. Costello lllcliard Ashcrofl 1'nlilnJ. Leiluy i"b iiie Martlet. (solo. Frost linen HMhaway Tboniaa M. (lartland Lawrence J. Tynan Cant. Hammond Jlnrli A. UulTy Ilium Sloan ltobcrt K. Savase HaukUunter Jumes II. HutTy Jiut ltiossoni Miss Lizzie C. Spring Uebuiali - ...Misa.vituy b. havauu Millie Mia Teresa A. Spring ilitle May Miss .Mamie tlracc I'niiK Master Jaincs Huaso...

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. — 18 April 1888

iff . jr TnE WORLD: TVEDXRSnAY EVENING, APRIL 18; I8S8T , I ifflr. ' m A LESSON FOR ENGLAND. i? OAlli HAMILTON THROWS A S10NB FOR P? IRELAND MMI VKNICK. v3m. the Minna How Vrnrllnii rili'iiilor imil life '$m pnlUm llnvp llrrn f nnqiirrril liy 1'rre '$' TIhiubM, nml Hny. IImbII.Ii llrspnll.in :' UII Hurrly I'ollnn lliililln C'nnllc In- ilpi nmlrn Arc Not l'rl.onrr. liul MnrtYr.. Imp InricuL roniirsrcwinr.Krr. or this woni.n.l jS Vknick, March lb There win a time when the 'lm rrlncea of this world Emperors, 1'opes, Kins, j',jE. Doges seem to hme hail thlnga pretty :ML much their own way. It mm a tlmo RJ ' when palntlDK and nrclltccturc were at their Ita, highest, and the men of pcniua rearol ill mnrble wa aud iprenu on ioi.v.h tlio glory l nn1 men ol Mfe' niirer for tiin ilcllgiit ol itilure aces mul lm llicir B? own delight In their own axe. The men of power Wk law themselves always Idcullzcd, eulogized, not to f; my apotheosized. Acris of tanras dlaplny the M'r gold embroidery, the ...

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. — 18 April 1888

Bs''Q$'twwtWi , ' JH iiiuiiiir niiiiiiiiLiiniiii """5 "3H YPARHHTHBwonT,DriuNTnn ""WS- The Letter That He Longed For Quickly Came, g 'H T"tIIAN ANY TWO OTHER NHWMPAI'KItV. " JifeaC iWlllVim M lCvV IS " Ol' litWil A ,lV M - Iwtll " SX JT VNS ' iitftnift I Tltr mi .in ... ,. "-H nr- --------fl iu.uui-u i j u uuiUitiBttLi THE WORLD Is THE Situation Securing Medlnm. vH 7 rillllllillllimitiiiMiimii hid.. . .., Jj kJi PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1888, PRICE ONE CENT 1-H SENATOR STANFORD'S LOSS. 1118 STABLES AT PALO ALTO, CAL, DE STROYED III FIRE. INorlnlnr, lUo Ilecoril Ycnrllnu, Destroyed I'nln Alto nml afiiuznnltn Ilndly Scorched llnMiirilly Work of tin Incendiary A Terrible True White tlic pleniHil Anl inula Merc lu the iWli'.nt or the Ilnuiea. UrrciiL TO THE WOULD. San Fiuncisco, April 18. An incendiary fire is reported to have tukeu placo at Senator Xeland Stanford's Palo Alto Farm shortly after midnight. rIho details ore very meagre, but it is reported that sonio ...

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. — 18 April 1888

LLLLLLLLLLLLLLMiMiLMHWsMWrtiBiisLLWMB HiBilVB!Xwun!?Suri9IPA1'B afftf Lff'fflft flBiKftBESifilftM vysaaspMPaafiuMBtffsi5P efllBWM Kk 2 THE WOULD ; WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1888. " B TfJlB. WORLD,. Kl WEDNESDAY EVENINC, APRIL 18. R avJiscnii'Tioy to xue xrBNisa HE)' EDITION (Including l'oitagt), Bjg JJHl itONTO, 30c. ; PER YEAR, $3.B0. Xff VOL 28 ...NO. 9,738 K&' :. ' nft Sotmd stlht, rost-Offlco at New Yora as second-clus jKi. mill matter. 'I Circulation Books and Press Room .K OPEN TO ALL. H Tnr Ciiculation or tbi EVENING EDITION THE WORLD mt, for the week ending H.turdnr, Apt II 14, was BS Mfollowit rKjl' Monday I f Tr.T. 7. 100,32 O S?' Tuesday 94,380 Mi Wednesday 1 02,300) HI; TnunsDA-Y 1 00,820; IK' Fhiday 100,480 W Saturday 98,160 ,BI Average for tlio ontlro -J fh fl QOI Month of March..... AwOwA MS , ' ROSCOE CONKLINO. BC It U fitting that tlio pcoplo should niouru "r! wnen a crent man dies. Kk' IZoscoK Conklino was pre-eminent among S'ftV n million standing rtliovo 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. — 18 April 1888

'a bkkak in tiie ranks. MANX OF THE BEER WAGON DRIVERS BE! CRN TO WORK. Only V'e II"ndl!,, "'"" llcumln to Cnrry on lli l'ld'" Ajmlnat tlio llosees Tlicy I Will lirl( I" t to llic Knil Tim Inalito I Hlen HiiiimI Firm 1'ctv of Thrni ltriurn WiirU Thn .Men I'ptiel.l by (IrK'itilrril U I.nbor AHiilm In llio City Nntnnm A M Nov Driver Knuckril from Ills Wnxon. (T T10 (rst break lu llio ranks of tho browory. jncu's unions occurred this mot nine When tlio locked-out browcryincu ialhtrod at Clnrendon ifnll there was j considerable excitement after tlio pick rts nt Kliret's, Kupperts, lUns.'lcr's, Sehr.cf jer's, Welder's, Meyer's mid Hoffmann's breweries reported Unit ninny of tlio old driters linil returned to woik nnil thus nb in denied tbeir brethren of tlio Heer-Dmerb' Union. j At Ebrcl's brewery sixty-llvo of tbo old dritets applied for work. Tbcy weie ie. I ceived. Thiee othois of tho coniplenient of I tiily-eisbt would not nbaiidon the union. Of tlio fifty drivers locked out ut Jlupp...

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. — 18 April 1888

PBBfllBHPJBBPiBJPWflBIPSHIIPBlTEfTTSff1' wMr;sjfflWBWWBPwaffiwWiBBMawaaBl .IB ":( 1 HHrk H HL "fl THE "WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 18; 188B. - . 1 LAST WEEK I OF THE I GREAT FIRE SALE ; at I H4NNIGAH BODILLON, 243 and 245 Grand St., New York. HI All Goods Damaged by Smoke and Water through the K; recent Fire at Coogan Bros.' Furniture Stores must posi- Bf&, tively be sold this coming week at any sacrifice. In con- Hf- junction with the above goods, we offer the entire bank 9 rupt stock of Robert Betty (formerly No. 482 Third ave- Hip nue), bought of the assignee (at 25 cents on the dollar), re to the public Thursday, April 19, and the following days, Bf regardless of cost. K Don't fail to call early and secure the fl greatest bargains ever offered at any sale. ,$' Read carefully the following: I Dress Goods. I af' NX) pieces UC.Inoll liU WALK HUITINCH. In lb" KK lste.t eprtnc 1-bsilns, stub a Trra Coll.. AwU flr.rTl, BrE. Mshoranv, lolmHn, ldiot-fla, ilr. also'JuO pieces of ...

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. — 19 April 1888

i the " Era nine i world:' ' gjp PpTZToIpl 'm I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. JH ?I 5 O CLOCK ' EXTRA O a- - y UTICA MOURNS HER DEAD. 1 PBEPAEINQ TO PAT A TRIBUTE OP BE- BPEOT AT MB. COKKLING'S BIER, A Committee of Twenty.flve CItlsena to Escort the Remains from Till City . Finns at Hnlf-Maet and Dnlldlna Draped Id Block Dlra.ConUIInn; Denrs UrIBrnvcly ISo Will Believed to Have ileen Left. Mrs. Boscoo Conkling continues to boar up fairly under her bereavement. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oaknian and Judgo Goxe aro with her to-dny. Judgo Coxo is attending to all ar- a rangenients for tho funeral. The body of tho ex-Senator was placed in the black clotli-covored jnotallio caskot at about noon, It looks very natural, and there is no trace in the face of tho intense suffering through which Mr. Conkling passed in his last ill. Pw Ex-Secretary of Stato Hamilton Fish has been addod to the list of pallbearers. This morning Thos. R. Proctor, of Bagg's Hotel, Utico, an ...

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. — 19 April 1888

Mf ;THEWOB&$, THURSDAY EYEmNCr, AEJfjJkl0..18B& ' , 1 H THE WORLD. K&'i rltut4 ly a Jtwi JMUA Co." WKj , THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL. 1.9. , HKf BxmscnzrTXOir xo tub BTHSZira K JSDITIOX (Including roitagt), B JP.B7s UONTH, 30c. PEIl YSAIl, $3.50. Hhv vol 28 ...NO. 9,739 IE x.leredatb.Poat-oraeeet Itew Tors aa eeoend-elssi Hwl null matter. Hi mfuiYfihm Boom Ki OPEN TO ALL. R' Tn CractrtATioit or tn IE evening edition Hfl THE WORLD Kf' for the week ending Hnturday, April 14. waa K m follows: Wsfc Monday 100,320 Hfti Tuesday..... 94,380 C Wednesday 102.300 Kf Thursday 100,820 Ki Friday 100,480 K Saturday 98,160 IB;,?'. Average for the entire " fh ft QQ1 ft Month of Murch AVJ0r?Xl. If . H THE EVENING WORLD has a Kjfr larger circulation than any Evonlng BRf papor printed in English and Is not El afraid to publish its figures or open m$ Its books to the public. BflK TBI! FIRST IHNINO. HKj The Evxhtoo 'World scored in the first Hf Inning of the journnlistlo baseball season. KfiC It...

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. — 19 April 1888

i- : THE .WORLD.: .THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1888. 3 ''."fHj IT IS FOLLY TO BOY READY-MADE CLOTHING ! 1 WE ADVERTISE ONLY WHEN WE ARE ABLE TO PLAGE BEFORE OUR CUSTOMERS GOODS THAT TELL THEIR OWN STORY. 9 . In other words, Goods that are so cleap that it is palpable to every one that takes the tronble to look at them. f ---'" "" -:H Bargains do not grow on every bnsh. We advertise only when we have positive bargains to show. :9 Onr Customers "are aware that our advertisements are a simple statement of facts, hence when we do advertise we are sure of a response. HH We have just bought a consignment of very j j They were offered to us at a very low price J ! JH fine English Suitings that constituted the and that is exactly how we are enabled to f IB SPECIAL ORDER of a fine merchant tailor, I I place before our customers one of the Warn I whose prices for suits range from $50.00 f f choicest lots of Foreign Suitings' ever en- f Ml I to $75.00., I j tered in the port of New York. In or...

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. — 19 April 1888

HBV s TRE WQPLPi THlRSDAY BVEWING, APRIL I0; I88K ' ul If? AREGUUR BANQUET TO-DAY H ' H& LUTLV BGQOOLGIRL COOKS GOING AHEAD B' WiTIIABUBir. IK FaBrtted Cb.pa, Oatmeal, Maabed Fo Bf taton, Critped Ornebera nnd Slewed Kf Apple Prepared at the Tand.water Htro.t K( Beha.l An AnalrU or the Food Written R" br th Cook en the Blackboard. Bb k . Login ii logic, cooking Is cooking, eooki BK are oooks, and thois little girli at tha Van K' dewater street sobool are coins on at a great HK' Poo in gaitronomy. HP I Why, to-day they did up a regular ban- H? qoet There were pan-broiled chops, oat- iHjl Steal, mashed potatoes, crisped crackers and BV stewed apples on (heir menu, and they did IKi all the work. gi Those chops would hare f nrnlshod yatna. K ble pointers to most of the city chop-home fc keepers, too. Tbo way the young oooks p watched them and watched the minutes of K$ the dock was a caution. It was a prccau- HtfP tloa, also, lest the ohops get seared too muoh MHpA. on ono side or the...

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