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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 April 1888

Io Ill dlllllllllllllllimilllJl ill aBHBBBBMBBiMaMittBaBHMwd HaB rE "EV" W0BLD" fi- ' . - jvi-iOinJ- 1 X AVERAGE. Wji J llll jjP 1111 lie lL lK PjT l UU I M ta?S '?Ss fl A CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK. V lifcMpHM M EH I fill Ml H l & TIIBBE AttE NO IIAaiNACH; ,IK .. TIIE w "B ! .l..- ftittiiimmmiiimiiM" .. 1TTfl H PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL I J), 1888. PRICE ONE CENT.' ' 'fl f EXTRA e, CTICA MOURNS HER DEAD. i ' PREPARING TO TAY A TRIBUTE OP RE- 0 I SrECT AT MR. CONKLING'S BIER, A Conimluro of Twenty. five Citizen to I'nrort the Iteinnin from TI.U City l'lug" nt Hnlf-JInst nllil llullillnc Drnpril In lllnrk Illra.Cuiikllnir llcnr l!illrnvelr No Will Hollevcd la Have Item Left. Mrs. Itocoo Conkling continues to boar up a fairly uuilur hor borcavoment. Mr. nud Mrs. Onkman nud Judgo Coxe nro with her f lo.day. Judgo Coxo is attending to nil nr- rangonicnts for the funcrnl. The body of tho ox-Scuator was placed in m tho black cloth-covorcil metallic casket nt about noon, It ...

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

sssssiiiiiiiiiiiiisVIICaw'MHrlllSif BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasvVr!5sFWr'HfiBB tH","v y"' r ,TO!,ul7fiB!HBBBMWis bbbbbbbbbbw'' HI THE WORLD. Brf rv,H(sd y i rH''K Co, R THURSDAY EVENINC, APRIL 19. Ki' svnscjtirTioy to the xrssxsa Kr EDITION (Inttudtng Pottagt), Kr -P-E MONTH, 30a; PFM YEAH, $3. GO. Mmr VOL 28 NO. 9,739 ; $ Entered at tbe Post.Offlee t New Tori M second-alaee BJBK'i mill miller. fl Circulation Books and Press Room Hf OPEN TO ALL. JR2fc Tni CiECDLiTion or the flg evening edition HIm or H THE WORLD B"M ' for tha week ending Saturday. April 1 1, nut iHSM as followt: i ml Monday . .". . ... .... 100,320' mm' Tuesday 94,380 mm- Wednesday 1 02,300l UfM TnunsDAY 1 00,820 K Friday 1 00,480 Kff Saturday 98,160; aWosj? Avcrnco for tlio rnllro "f ft QQ1 Mml Montli of aiurrli. . AVfO,iX Kf THE EVENING WORLD has a B larger circulation than any Evoning If i paper printed in English and is not ft , afraid to publish its figures or open mih its books to the public. HI THE FIRST INNINQ. Hi The...

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 . -nmvpnfi?ftr;fl 11 IT IS FOLLY TO BUY READY-MADE CLOTHING ! I WE ADVERTISE ONLY WHEN WE ARE ABLE TO PLACE BEFORE OUR CUSTOMERS GOODS THAT TELL THEIR OWN STORY. 1 In other words, Goods that are so cheap that it is palpable to every one that takes the trouble to look at them. Bargains do not grow on every bush. We advertise only when we have positive bargains to show. jl Our customers are aware that our advertisements are a simple statement of facts, hence when we do advertise we are sure of a response. 11 A A A Fi We have just bought a consignment of very $ They were offered to us at a very low priced jl fine English Suitings that constituted the I j and that is exactly how we are enabled to 11 a SPECIAL ORDER of a fine merchant tailor, I I place before our customers one of the I 11 x nrKHnB-rMcaB nunaas9BSi ' 2D" Rj P " "lk a Mm I whose prices for suits range from $50.00 1 ! choicest ots of Foreign Suitings ever en- J 11 to $75.00. if stered in the port of New York. In order to ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 April 1888

Bf THE WOllLPt TRURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 1 198ft" . . Ke A VISIT TO GRANTS TOMB. K The Genernl'i Widow Keeps lbs Caukct Hf t'ovcrrcl with Flower. H Pftlcatrlani who dciite to vlilt (Un. Clrant'i Kt tomb mar set there J a route which It an acroeaui Kv contrast to ttie monotony ol paved Bldownlka. Br Vollowlns One Hundred and Twcntj.flfth street to H the t"n'ertrd the traveller cornea to a anbatanual " picket fence. If he be on nglle lioj he can scale It, tut otherwise ho will do well to turn to the ,t right aud walk to the end of tho fence. There g,gW& lie will and a rough lane, rocky at tho nlitono ILV;i road to Dnhlln. ltleada through a vallev. through !j. which nona a stream. Toll rivulet It acarceir to deeper than a heavy coat of vnrninh. It la btldscil IV1 by three or four rough planks. On the pilgrim a fK' rutht la aueadon, where aome cowt ore con- H tentedlj nibbling the tendir srata. On the H lelt It homo worthy ot tho neioh- Hr borhood. For a front yard thla inanilon ,? ha...

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

A CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK. Nf f llM 1 If ffiSHl IH 1 i M jM T S 1! O TIIBKK Antt NO AltWAC jt aj' I ' ; 'H9 JL-T-... MUI..U11UH1M, i ,Ty -r-HUUUUUI L lW f. L-lliliSU,lSWil TO HIWPBU ITM PltOtmUHW. 1 ''''fl PRICE ONE CENT. ' NEW YORK, 'lIIURSDAYrAPUirrioTissS. PRICE ONE CENT;. ,'BI RAGING RISKY RAGES RUN. No Laok of Starters at the Gutten burg Traok. The Fields Too Large for Safety or Equal Chances. Justin Mack, Gold Star, Frolic, Mamlo Hay and Top-Sawyer Wins. iriCIAI TO TBI wonLB.l North Hudson Dhivino Park, OcrrKNBrnn, N. J., April 19. Another largo crowd iru present hero to-day. Tho weather was warm and pleasant and tUe track la excellent shape, too watering Sana having been used to Veep down the (last. The drawback to a thorough enjoyment ot the rac ing iru too large fields. Thero were thirteen starters for the second race, which wu not only I too many tor safety but fire or six too tnany to give all a fair showing for tho money. Fortunately the race was run without accident other...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 April 1888

Hb' THEWORLDt THPttgDAYET5Mftr; APRIL-19 1888 . t H THE WORLD ); rallliAxt y (at Test rHIA( Oh Hji THURSDAY EVENINC. APRIL 19. igRI BVBScmrTioir to tins rrxirixa BBBS& EDITION (Including ro$tage), H& aWUS MONTH, 30c.,' Mil YEAR. $3.B0. H VOL 28 NO. 9,739 gegeVvt JSnttrad at th. rost-Ofloe at Hew Ytrt ai'tecond-cUti Vi' mill matter. H ' ClFciii atlo IT Books and Press Room flp OPEN TO ALL. HK- Tnx Cibctlation or rax .K EVENING EDITION gB K THE WORLD Hpf'i (or tilt wtk ending Haturdar, April 14, wa, satH&r. ' '0,,owa! I K Monday 100,320! ,Mv Tuesday 94,380 B Wednesday (02,300! fHk Thursday 100,820 KjL Fmday 100,480 gHT Saturday 98,160 EKfe AreroKO for the entire ina OQI f Month of March..... lUO,CJL K THE EVENING WORLD has a R largor circulation than any Evonlng H papor printed in English and is not R': afraid to publish its figuroa or opon H Its books to the public. B THE FIRST INNINO. BBgf- The Eveninci 'Woni.n scorod in tha first aHlL Inning of the journalistic bMoball ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 April 1888

,; , TgE- WOIlIiP'. Tffi?R3t)AY EVENING'. APRIT; 10, T888: 9 '' JHH IT IS FOLLY TO BUY READY-MADE CLOTHING ! 1 WE ADVERTISE ONLY WHEN WE ARE ABLE TO PLACE BEFORE OUR CUSTOMERS GOODS THAT TELL THEIR OWN STORY. ffl In otber words, Goods that are so cbeap tbat it is palpable to every one tbat takes the trouble to look at them. ' Jfl Bargains do not grow on every bnsh. We advertise only when we have positive bargains to show. H Onr cnstomers are aware that onr advertisements are a simple statement of facts, hence when we do advertise we are snre of a response. h zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz .:. ... ... ... ... ... ... .., .;, . ... ... ... ... ... .t! iiH iWe have just bought a consignment of very j They were offered to us at a very low price,! fH fine English Suitings that constituted the j j and that is exactly how we are enabled to j H SPECIAL ORDER of a fine merchant tailor. I I place before our customers one of the I Jfl whose prices for suits range from $50.00 X I choicest lots of Fo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 April 1888

P ;, . ", F THE WORf.Pt THURSDAY EVENING, APlttL 10; lm , 1 FLAMES AND PANIC. K' ' K; A Woman Suffocated in a Fire- B ' Bound Factory! -P-' H& Others Escape Death by Jumping H Into the Nots. Rf K? Thro Peore Attn and Women In Ferll of Blf Tbnlr Urea In a. Dnlldlna In Knit Third Ka Street A Womnn of HeYfnty-flTc Leapa Ef from the Fourth Story BeYernl Person. R Darned Mora or Le. Severely Perllona Eir ruiifi Along n. Coping The Flre-K.- BJL eapea Had Ileen Beported Insufficient. Hll Fifty women and fifteen men wore nt work Hff in the flve-tory building, 865 and 867 East Kt? Third street, occupied n$ a rap shop by Hbi Charles Harley, when flro broko out on the flEft' gronnd floor this moraine. H& Tho flames were discovered by James Mc- H Cardy. a pressman, in a small area behind tia office at 8.65 o'clock. Ho rushed into tho Bte.' offloe and told Mr. Harley, who ran out into K$C ' the street to give the alarm, while McCnrdy Bt went through the building to warn the in- Hw mates....

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 April 1888

" lWW'IP''?lfLWl.T"ff' PaJWt' " '"' W'-vt'; . 'mi(mfnmlQWftfmjU-l JPrW w '"VffKfwPfff' WI'- '"n llWJl,'5WIPyiTyT'' ircWTUipTry-YlV'WIlllW,Wtl! r " t pwt' 7iirrgir'iHWv''--Vf" , " """ti'Vwt ww'WflPR'TO"WPnW''HlB!effliH , WTF. ! ' .,- x - t .,-. linn immiiri 1HH THE "EVEHIHG WORLD." . - . 0W , ' ' POZZToCpl 1 CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK mz? r JkIpmIMII w U M fv ipr ify iyp . TIIBllB AUK NO IIAUNA(;I)R'M nic ..TK ("uiSd I "9 1 i MUI!vasilliUUI jJSsi-yitl m.ail!iU t iiinpku its pmwnmN. 9 : . U " Bmnilllllllllllllllllllllll , , J H PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL I9t 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 9 LAST EBfflON. UTICA MOURNS HER DEAD. PREPARING TO PAY A TRIBUTE OP BE BPECT AT MR, CONKLINQ'S BIER. A Committee of Twenty-Are Citizen to Icort 'ln Hemnlns Irum This City 1 Finns nt Hnlf-Miist and Hntlrilnca Draped In Black Dlrs.ConkllnR Denra UpUrnTely No Will Believed la Have lie en Left. Mrs. Hoscoo Conkling continues to boar up fairly under Iter bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Oakman and Judgo Ooxe a...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 April 1888

Hi - THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1888, . i HI THE WORLD? K riuktd h ' rutMs e. Hf; THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 19. Bt Mtmacnirxioir to tub jstssxko K EDITION (Including rottagi), Kf pjr- month, 50c. i'JTiJ raui, $3.60. K( VOL 3B NO. 9,739 HJ' stored at tbe Tost-UfAee at New Tora as second.elaa HV(& mill matter. Ik Circulaiion Books and Press Room H OPEN TO ALL. Hv Tux Circulation or tie HI EVENING EDITION ; or Wmt THE WORLD Bji tor the wctk ending Rniiiritar, April 14, wai Rj Monday 100320' K; ' Tuesday 94,380 R Wednesday 102,300 ! TnunaDAY 100,820 K Friday 100,480 K' Saturday 98,160 Hj- Avcrago for the entire Hfhfl Ofnfl Hf 1 Month of Murch JLVfO,yJ. H THE EVENING WORLD has a Wmt larger circulation than any Evening WM paper printed in English and is not K1 afraid to publish its flguros or open BL. its books to the public. HKf , THE F1R8T IHNINO. E, The Etininq Would scored in tbo first Kf,t innlne of the journalistic! basoball season. HJ IU report of the .opening Associa...

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

BWJJ3WWIffHPiy?PsfIWrgT t THEWORLD.: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1888. T-4 li IT IS FOLLY TO BUT READY-MADE CLOTHING ! "" 1 l WE ADVERTISE ONLY WHEN WE ARE ABLE TO PLACE BEFORE OUR CUSTOMERS GOODS THAT TELL THEIR OWN STORY. I ifl fH,laBBHalHBHIHglllUBB:BBHnBkBa Wana-aVsn-9HnM -'"a In other words, Goods that are so cheap that it is palpable to every one that takes the trouble to look at them. :H Bargains do not grow on every bush. We advertise only when we have positive bargains to show. IS Our customers are aware that our advertisements are a simple statement of facts, hence when we do advertise we are sure of a response. jH $ We have just bought a consignment of very They were offered to us at a very low price, $ ,H fine English Suitings that constituted the i and that is exactly how we are enabled to i ,H I SPECIAL ORDER of a fine merchant tailor. I place before our customers one of the I H ! whose prices for suits range from $50.00 I j choicest lots of Foreign Suitings ever en- f...

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

slll.llH? H Tjr THE WOBTiP: "TmrRFDAY RVE1VIWG,"APRT If); lfigftv? , K ttjfflGUUH BANQUET TO-DAY B. Bl (llTTLE ECU00LOIKL COOKS GOING AHEAD Kc iviTH a hush. ffj nBDrollcil Chop, Onlinfrtt, Mnalicil I'o- mmW tutors, Crisped Crurkrr nnl Ptewr.l Vivi Apple Prepnred nl the Vnndr wntrr WlreM gk Hehoal-An Armlrsls of tb. Fooil Wrlllen Hf? by the Cooks on the nlncubonnl. PY Logic is logic, oooklng is cooking, cooks HKf Wf, cooks, and those littlo girls at iho Van. HBr 'dewater street school aro coing on at a crcat K& fiuoo in gastronomy. B Why, to-day tbey did n a rcsulnr ban. Hy$ quct. Tlioro were pan. broiled chops, ont- HfF jrertl, mtvslieil iiotruloes, crisped crackers nnd K; plowed apples on tliclr uiouu, and tbey did Kf ell tbo work. K& Those chops would unvo furnished valua. R& Me pointers to most of the city chop-house Kr keepers, too. The way tho young cooks Kt matched them and watched the mintites of HLW the clock was a caution. It was a prccau- H: tion, also, lest th...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 20 April 1888

ijn)nTIHfflWff"tPf"J nniHIIIIimi11 ""rsnwrsf tVgafl THE EVENING WORLD," ""W ? X avjjrage. x (ULJlll IIT Hl (WO Jl Mil I flTTH W Snnflay's Carp ;ff SESn , I ;fl jtrTI"'" ' sssssminnm Tq "- -'-i ...VJ-S TO IlfNDItK ITM l'ltOCJItllSM. If S j-; " " ' HI1..B1 flH PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL "0, 1888, PRICE ONE CENT.' fl 1 3 O'CLOCK STICKING TO THEIR FIGHT! THE L0CKED-0UT BREWERS STILL I BUCK ING to their rosrnoN. The noun Keeping Up a Do!d Front The Knights of I.nbor Will Stand by the I,orked-Out Men Enconrn.lng Wordi Iroin -lD'n Executive Board Progress on the Boycott la tho City Saloons. Tbo browors' lockout, as far as the old em ployees and tho bosses aro concoruod, remains in tho same condition to-day as it did yester day, both sides claiming to hnvo tho bettor of tho bnttlo, and tho fight still going on. Another pbnso was put on thomattorby tho announcement that Mastor Workman Quinn had reported that tho Exocutivo Board of District Assembly 49 had deeidod that wher ever ...

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. — 20 April 1888

mm the world. BT vMid iv i rr riiHM r. Hj FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 20. ftlk avitiicnirTioit to the i:rr.siso mWMtfL EtllTIOS (Including l'otinge), K feu uoa'tii, 30c; rzn yeah, $s.bo. H VOL 28 N- 9'740 K Untand at tna Pott-Offlc. at Nsw Tort lecond-eUit WMmm& mill mattur. IH Circufatlon Books and Fress Room IR- I OPEN TO ALL. Wmf, TBI CtRCOLATIOK OF Til EVENING EDITION THE WORLD jjH" for the week ending Hniunlny, April M, was, EH as followi: H Monday ..... .". . . . . . 100,320 Hi Tuesday 94,380' H; Wednesday 102,300 H- TnunsDAY 1 00,820 H'- Friday 1 00,480 H! Saturday 98,160 H- Average for tlio entire 1AO QQ1 ' Month of March. .. XV0,iCfi He u: THE EVENING WORLD has a H larger circulation than any Evening H; paper printed in English and is not QH afraid to publish its figures or open B its books to the public. B' MAKING A TEST. jHj Tammany Hall's wnr upon tbo Sugar Trust IB- is the best kind of politics that which makes jB'i a party nu instrument for ser inn tlio people. IH' The W...

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. — 20 April 1888

TiMlqAWmYryWAWtA?Hrm7'ar - ' VETERANS IN THE DANCE. -, FARRAGUT TOST COMMEMORATES THE CAPTURE OP NEW ORLEANS. A Concert nnit a Ilnll nt the Lexington Ave uur Opcrn-lloiiao Itlcli l'nbrlr. ltiiatle null Cirni" SimrUlc itlnrlha Wn.hlncton Lodge'" Entertainment The Itlnck Ilabblt Aiaorlntlon Itccelves .llnnr Curate. Tiic anniversary of tho taking of Now Or . Rns was colebrnted lust night nttho Loxiug. tou Avenuo Oporn-Houso by Fnrragut Tost, So. '5. G. A. It. Thcro was n concert beforo the ball. AmouR tho ranny protty toilets seen on tbo floor wore tbo following : Mibh Ida Hrophy, white tilt:, with white tulle driierlea; corsage cut ilecoiloie; ulamonil orna. mLut Viola Itlchmond, nllK tho color of a Xlare-h'-l viei roue, with ilouble sleeveless coriage; unite kll moimquetalrei. jlls Nellie Cosilgarj, black satin, with black lace ''""T'lliiBhes, black brocaded allk, with black let ornAinenta. "llai I'i Stevem, clectrlo bluo velvet, with a veat Mini Edltti Lanetleld, atcel gray tricot, ...

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. — 20 April 1888

m 4 THE WOBLnt FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 2(1, 18M. ' II fcAST SIDE IMPROVEMENTS. mm big bdiidinq roosi therehouses be. Efeu- LN'G ERECTED O.N ALL BIDES. KKr Writ Ride nnllillns Hlumplng Owlne la St) nlff Price. Homo Hay the Wrtt Hlilt Una IfK Hern lu neat liar-Over the llrlilgo Ilia HHR Clooit Work Iln Oniir, Though, With jflfc Illuch Spirit and linlliiislnsiii. I' Building on the west Bldo of Harlem and lu VnL anbnrbs ha. fallen flat the past month, me where, mSHr ,n ft ,cw eNccptloni, mcclinnlca aro at work on KJft massive hospitals or "homes." Positively thtro are Km few. If any, new apartment hotiHoa being erected, KjK, and those that were started last summer arc, many WW of them, still untlnlshcd, 1th ttio liall-ilrldl plat- Wm ter ceilings breaklDK, with molatiiro accumulating WW- 00 ,hc w" nntl aD onojnny color gathering on the Kwt1' outer brick. For tho latter there can he no satis- W$r factory explanation, save that tlio hulUlcr, after Hit expending a fortuno on his houses, fou...

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. — 20 April 1888

pTHE "EVEHIMC I WOBLdTI .' rSI I VLaJjJpi M A CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK. X MM HI & SM W WMM M VJSN W WW & TuuKKHi.onAnWiiWHH..TO.woaLP. iH 27 .. , Br" "'"" i. . i ill 111 limn '4aBaBH PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL !0, 188a PRICE ONE CENT. '"H 5 O'CLOCK EXTRA THE MEN HOLD THEIR OWN. ... , ,., , TI1E LOCKED-OUT BREWERS STILL 8TI0K INQ TO THEIR TOSITION. The nocn Keening- Up i Isold Front The Knight, of I.nbnr Will Ptnnd bj the I,ocktil-Ollt Men Enruurnclaff Words from 40's Exccutivo Board Progress of the Boycott In the City Snloons. Tlio brewers' lockout, as far ns tho old em. ployccs and tlio bossesoro concoruod, romalns in the Mimo condition to-day ns it did poster day, both bides claiming to hnvo the better of tho battle, nud tho fight still going on. Another phase was put on tho matter by the announcement that Master Workman Quinn bud reported thnt tho Exocutivo Hoard of District Assembly 40 had decided that whor etr it wns pobsiblo Knights of Lnbor would tako tho pl...

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. — 20 April 1888

HP 9 THE WORLD FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 188S. ' , m THE WORLD. KSb. rtMi a a jvmi rm.A( Ok Rj; FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 20. Sor tTCc.nxrxrojr--xo raj? arrrxzyo ) XJOIXlOli (Including l'eitao), MM rsn montjt, 30c i rsn teaii, $3.00. Bt'J- VOL 28 NO. 9,740 K& KaUndatUMpott-OfScxiit Ifsw yersaaMjond-elass hmh "nUUtastter. i.i- KjSf . .ii . If fcirauiafion BobYsanF PrBssRooni II "OPEN TO ALL. IK Tax Ciecclitioh or thx . If EVENING EDITION Iw or If . THE WORLD tJC? 'or the week ending Haturrfar, April 14, was W: aa follows: W Monday 100,320 m Tuesday 94,380 If' Wednesday .. 102,300 III Thursday 1 00,820 If Friday 100,480: I'll, Saturday 98,160 ll I m-F. Average for the rntlro 1 HA OQ1 ! Mm Month of Murch XVJOeCJ'J. If THE EVENING WORLD has a Ijf larger circulation than any Evening mm, paper printed in English and is not ms afraid to publish its figures or opon 1 its books to tho public. X MAKING A TEST. B'Jr Tammany Hall's war upon tho Sugar Trust WW iff the -best kind of politics that...

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. — 20 April 1888

MlilMl 1 , THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1888. is . ., 8 . L VETERANS IN THE DANCE. fABEAOUT POST COMMEMORATES THE CAPTURE OP NEW ORLEANS. A Caneert nd "" nt ,he I,e,n Are nae Opera-llonse Illch Fabric Itnttle Bnd Gem Sparkle Martha Washington I,ode' Entertainment The Dlack Itabblt Association llecelves Manx Guests. The anniversary of tho taking of Now Or leans vaB colebrnted last night at tho Loxlng. Ion ATonue Opera-Houso by Farragut Post, j, 75, G. A. K. Thoro was a concert boforo tho ball. Among tho many protty toilets seen on the floor wero the following : Miss Ida Ilrophy, white Ilk, with white tulle draterlcs; corsage cnt decollete; diamond orna- "tu'.j Viola nicbmonil, silk the color of a Mare i ha Kiel rose, with a double V aleevelcia corsage; iute kid mouaqnctalrea. Miss Nellie Costlgan, black aatln, with black lace s's'a!' ungues, black brocaded allk. with black 'ejna? Ida Stevens, electrlo bine velvet, wltn a Teat 0fnPl's" Kdtitt Lawrflelrl, atcel gray tricot, tri...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 20 April 1888

f 4 THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1888: , K' KAM" EYTINriE IN COURT. Kit jM' KB FORMER LANDLADY SUING HER FOR m$ A BOARD DILL. Kof1 Tin Aetra.Antliorer Terr Weak, bat Bha KjKf Taatlflea All the Hame A Canntcr Claim HSf for OooU Stolen Set Up br the DeTenaa Hjfk The Landlady Attempt to be Far.onal, RSif bnt U Slleneed br the Conrt. 54 Bested on a rtrup.h'bench in the diner conrt- K? room presided oTer by CItH Justice Olancoy, Big at Pearl and Oontro streets, this moraine, snr- KM' rounded by a motley crowd of Italian KjjL laborer, clamorous for wages 'withhold, and mW breathlnc the tobacoo-lndon atmosphoro, was HE. a handsome blook-oycd woman, jjje She wore a heavy oloak of striped material, mtmi a black face wrap was drawn closo about her M'vF throat and a bonnet of black, relieved by a K dark-red flower crowned her dork trosses. W3b The hondsomo fnco was Tory pale, and the KX slight form beneath the cloak shivered por- Ks ceptibly, whether bocnuso of tho coarso sur. WK round...

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