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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 20 April 1888

PE'"iW0RLP'T ' 'rTflfe- IvujjluI' II A CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK. fe W Im W S' (IJI U?S ,?wSm, '' jrr- .. "inn i 't PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL a"o188a PRICE ONCENtTI jfl LAST EDmON. I THE MEN HOLD THEIR OWN. H I TUE LOCKED-OUT BREWERS STILL STICK I KG TO THEIR TOSITION. The names Keeping Up n Bold Front The Knights of I.nhfir Will rltnnd by tho Locked-out Mm Iinoournglnn; Word Irani -ID'" KkccuiItc Iloaril Progress of the Hoycolt In tlio Clly Saloons. Tlio brewers' lockout, as fur ns tho old em. ployces and tho bosses oro concerned, rcnmins in the siuno condition to-day ns it did yoster day, hoth sides claiming to havo tho bettor of the battlo, nnd tho fight still going on. Another pbaso was put on tho mnttorby tho announcement that Master Workman Quinn bnd reported tlint tho Executive Board of District Assembly 49 had docidod that wher ever it was possible Knights of Labor would take tho places of union mon in tho brew cries. Thoro was a groat deal of talk at Olarondon Hal...

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

B THE WORLD. Mlf rvH(..i y r rr rii( c. B FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 20. Pre BxmtscnirTiox to the arxyiKO Kg EDITION (Including Voltage), K JMTiJ MONTH, 30c; PER YEAIl, $3.80. VOL 2B NO. 9,740 BH KntadatthaPel.Uffloe Na York as eteond'Class HfF mall natter. II Circulation Books and Press Room If OPEN TO ALL. Kflv i ir .i-i.i-ii - IJ Tsx Circulation or the II EVENING EDITION H'joi or J THE WORLD H9 for the week ending Hnmi-ilar. April 14, was' IZ'' as follows: I 1 Monday 100,320 mf, Tuesday 94,380! If Wednesday 102,300' If' Thursday . 100,820 1JL Friday 100,480' WW Saturday 98,160 ?t Average for the entire "t 0 OCkfl m Month of Mnrch JIUO)! , THE EVENING WORLD has a III larger circulation than any Evening 1 papor printed in English and Is not hf afraid to publish its figures or open mm its books to the public. S ; It. MAKIKO A TEST. lit Tsmmauy Hall's wnr upon tho Sugar Trust Is the best kind of politics that which makes B- a party an instrument for serving the people p The WonLn some tim...

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

? HITIWItllpM VETERANS IN THE DANCE. FABBAGDT 1'OST C0MMEM0RATE8 TIIE CAPTURE OP NEW OKLEANB. . Clincert nod Hall tit Ihn Lexington Atc niie OprmIIoue Itlch Fabric, ltitallc nv (lent 8prble Mnrllm Wnahlnatnn j,i je'i Entertainment The Illnck Itabblt Aitoclatlon Ilecelve, Mirny (Jurat. ijbe anniversary of tho taking of Now Or tni wis colcbrnted Inst night nttho LoxitiR. jonAcuuoOp!rn.Houoby Farracut I'oBt, Vo. 75. Q A' it 1'hero was n concert boforo flho ball. Among " fflM' l'tty toilets seen on tho floor were tho following : Minn Ma Hruphjr, white lllc, with white tulle Jri erka; corsage cut decollete; diamond orna- '"' Viola Itlchmoml, mik the color of a Marc th'al N'lcl rose, with a double V sleeveless coraago; wnile kid moutquctalrea. Miss Nelllo Oosilgan, black satin, with black lace ''"usIlaiihes, black brocaded silk, withlilack K'l ornaments. Mm Ma Stevens, electrlo blue velvet, with a vest ef ttinK mud. jilts. Kdlih Langfleld, steel gray tricot, trimmed wfih Illnck velvet; pc...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 20 April 1888

H 4 THE WOW FRIDAY EVENING, ATRtL 20, 188ft. J ft PEARL EYTINGE IN COURT. , HER FORMER LANDLADY BUINQ HER FOR $ A HOARD BILL. JWg Me Actrcss-Anthoress Vry Weak) but Nhn ijjk Tsattrlcs All (be Hume A Connler Clnlm jEf for (Jwli Hiolen Met tip lir the Halenae jWr The Landlady Attompl to be Personal, Mf. bat la Sllcnrad by the Court. Wt Soated on n rough bench in tlio dingy court. K.' room presided ovor by Civil Justice Olnncoy, Kl at Feul and Centre streets, this morning, bun S. rounded by n motley crowd of Italinn my laborer, clnmorotti for vragen withhold, mid TV ' breathing the tobncco.latlen ntmotphcro, was j?J n handsomo blnok.eycd woinnn. K She wore n hoavy clonk of striped mntcrinl, IL a black laco wrap was drawn close nbout her 'K throat and a bonnet of black, roliovcd by n "P dark-red flower crowned her dark tresses. Tho hondsomo face was vory pnlc, nml the wf Blight form benoatb tho cloak shivered per- Xl coptibly, whether becnuso of tho conrso Btir- M j-oundlngii or with we...

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

A CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK. v ttlfMlMH NSPfr N- Sp VW TII Attn NO ltNAHIiBS OK .. TIIK wollh0 W " U-Iii-llLltniA. lU?BX ,4U:i ) to ii.niihk ith rnonnKw. L . niilllllllllllllliiiiii iiiiinm 'I'll " PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK. FKIDAY, APRIL 20, 1888. " PRICE ONE CENT.' i fl RAi AT CLIFTON. Light Fields, Good Betting and a Muddy Track. The Backers of the Favorites Get the Worst of the Game. Nina W., Raymond, Bordclaiso, Bon nie S. and Ernest Winners. rxciAL TO TOT WOHt.D.1 cun on Hack TmcK, N. J., April 20. With the order " rice rln or shine" at Clifton duly promul gated the pi gtlms toEngoman's racing shrine wood ed their way to ttio Eric ltallroad ferries cladln every imaginable Btjlo of waterproof from the old-fashioned ten pounder to the latest Newmarket Macin tosh. 1 hey found that tho rain wss very light, but that the track, was somewhat heavy. Tho crowd was largo la numbers and notwithstanding Hat Mua W, beat Figaro at three-quarters of amllo on Wednesday, they agcln mado Olncy's col...

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

VtV t- a1 , '.. - ' " " ' " " ' ' " " I !! ! ' R THE WORLD. Hffij ruiW iv rr ntifaafof ". Ugjl' FRIDAY EVENINC, APRIL 20. K3r' ovnacnii'Tiox to the nrxstNa Mnfr EDITION (Including Pottage), KE JMW? M0NTlT,30c; PER YEAH, $!i.KO. Wm VOL 28 NO- 9740 B)9r KnUnxlattbtPMt-Ufflcot New Yora MMeond-clw VjJEt,, mitl matter. It Circulation Books and Press Room II OPEN TO ALL. Kffif Tiir. Cmcni.ATion or the K EVENING EDITION! Km or IB THE WORLD Cm for the week ending Hnturdrtr, April U, wni. IK ai follows: Ijl Monday 100,320 ;j Tuesday 94,380 Wednesday 102,300 H TnnnsDAY 1 00,820 ' Fiiiday 100,480 M Saturday 98,160 lE Avcrnao for dm cntlro -fl f Q QQ1 V Month of Miircl IuOjAWA i THE EVENING WORLD has a ,' larger circulation than any Evoning jl paper printed in English and is not m afraid to publish its figures or open M its books to the public. W MAKING A TE8T. m, Tammany Hall's wnr upon tlio Sugar TrnBt 'OF is the best kind of politics tlint which umkes ft a party nn instrument for serving 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. — 20 April 1888

Br Tk TIE MEN HOLD THEIR OWN. I THE LOCKED-OUT BREWERS BULL STICK- lno to their rosnios. -h. flosses Koepln Up n Bold Front-Tli Kiill' of jMhor wm Hlnnd " j.nckcd-Oiit .lien Enroiirnsjlnii Word from 4l)'n Executive Ileinrel Progm or tbc Boycott In llie City Hnloom. iHe brewers' lockout, aa far ns tho old cm. j0ces andthobossosnro concorned, remains ? jjj6 snme condition to-day hb it did yostor- dy. botn srtes cln'mln': 'mT0 tno better of the initio, nud tbo flabt still roIur on. Another l'liw wns put on tho matter by the announcement that Mnster Workiunn Quiun had reported Hint tho Exocutivo Board of District Assembly 49 had decidod that wher ever it was possiblo Knlghti of Lnbor would tako tho places of union mou in tho brow- cries There was n nrcnt deal of talk at Olnrondon Hall over tho report thus rondo, and many expressed their disbelief in such a courso on the part of tho Knights, who were all nlong presumed to bo in sympnthy with tho union brewers, nlthouph not exlondinc nny ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 20 April 1888

M m THE WORM),' FRIDAY EVENING, APRUj 20, 1988. . ft. PEARL EYTINGK IN C0U11T. iL HER FORMER LAXDLADT SUING HER FOR A IiOARD DILL. ffitt The Actri-AiHhore Vtry Weiik, bat Hlir MB) Testifies All the Hnmc A Counter Clnlm JlS&J for flood Htolrn tet I'p Iit llie OcIViiiio (tflHK The I.nndlndy Attempt to lie l'emoiinl, KMf but I Hlleneed by tlie Court. IjB' Seated on ft rouRii bench In the tllntry conrt- mm room presided over liy Civil Justice) Clnucoy, & at Toarl and Centra streets, this liiornliiK, snr- Mk rotindod by it motloy crowd of Itnlirm 3p laborors, clamorous for wrrch withhold, mid (Sr broalhlne the tobncco-lndcu atmosphere, ns Wl n handBomo blnck.cyod woiiinii. Jb Slio wore n henvy clonk of striped mrttcrirtl, "IK o black Inco wrap wns drawn closn about lier 'K throat and a bonnot of black. rcliurd by n im dark.rcd llowor crowned her dark ticssei. 'Sp ' Tho haudsomo fnco was vorv pale, and the Wu Blight form beneath tho cloak shhorrtl per- J Mr' ceptihly, whether beca...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 April 1888

p THERE IB BUT ONE S$W.Wt& ' 1 EVERYBODY BEADS THE I f-IB """ T!rowopopor JffiiK lllSwHll ffllrtFffl- ' Boonu8 '- sss-' parn"0' 'fl An Unusually Bright Nuinlier TO-MOBROW. W'W TOlByiwMMEiPHjIii W5!! PSJ&. Ton Will Find 10' iotattoj. ' jfl "' 1 - lnimM.iiiilHHIllHmHlHirmillllHllil L SUHfl 11 1 ' ' ' 1 - . . . ...... -...- 1 11 ! L 1 1 , a , " iiiii PRICE ONE CENT. NEAV YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT.1 '.Hi 2 O'CLOCK THE BOSSES HANGING BACK. UNWILLING TO SUBMIT THE LOCKOUT TROUBLES TO ARBITRATION. The filnte Ilonrd of Arbitration and Medla llon to Investlgato the Brewery Trouble Next Thursday The Employers Clalmlntr thnt They Have Nothing to Arbitrate Irogress of Hie Fight. Tlio newest tiling in the browors' lockout to-dny is tho interposition of tho kindly of. ficors of tbo State Board of Arbitration and Mediation. Commissioners Furcoll, Robinson ond Donovan, after bearing both sides prelimi narily and carofully doliborating over tho matter, decided to hold an...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 April 1888

If ' THE WORLD. Mar ritttU4 it ik rrm rntiuMm c. K& SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 21. Brajy BVJtBcmrxioy to tub Erxitiira Efffe EDITION (Including Foitage), HI, .rare month, 30c; rsn year, $3.00. Hfjft VOL 2B NO' 9.741 K&3: KntorodattbaPost-Offlcoat Nsw York as aeoond-elass maU matter. if Circulation Books and Press Room h OPEN TO ALL- Bjfc-' Tn CiactruTiOH or thx ' EVENING EDITION K THE WORLD K--SJ for the week ending Batnrrfar, April I1U Kf7 h follows: is Monday 100,320 m Tuesday 94,380 W Wednesday 102.300 jjw. TnuitsDAY 1 00,820 m, Friday 100,480 m Saturday 98,160 3 Averago for the entire tflfl OQ1 S Month of Mnrcb..... XWO,5lPJL m THE EVENING WORLD has a c larger circulation than any Evening m papor printed in English and is not m afraid to publish its figures or open w fta books to tho public. W BOOKED AQAIH. flh Trrx Etznino 'Would mode another scor- M,. bag hit in the Sporting Extra last night. m, Like the " Giants," it opened tho Leaguo fim, season by whitewashing its riva...

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. — 21 April 1888

flOURS PLEASANTLY PASSED. A MAY AND A DANCE GIVEN BT THE LEROI LITERAHY UNION. HThe nun" r !" " I'" lxlitKton ATcmto Opern-IIou.e l'retly Drra.c nt "he F'" nnU of ,u" "K fl1, " c'lrc,e Tho Amlellla'i lleccptlan A l.lbrnry fund Benefited by nn Uniertalnment. TteLcroy Litorary Union eavo an enter tftlnment and reception nt the Loxiuftton Avenue Operft-Houso last nifiht. It was nu noosunlly pleasant affair. "The Game of . ,11 was pivcu under the direction of Btoe Manager T. Nelson Fctliorstou and Prof V B. M. Munro. It was well staged. Following Is tho cast: ii.ni Wrldon Joscpti It. Carney rSunwllor Corjdon KoxkIovc. ..Tnoinas W. ClatK TedJIMP" JamesJ. Kan A; nnile ' Magnlro i .wrenco De Merflo F. J. McKlkennoy frob CnulJ Tnoinas M. Oarllina r.ntiiD Hllmm. Wm. J. Luhu v.C Kittle T. o. MeWllllams iiiS nemcaux Mlsa LlMle Faulnaber vilarnmbe Tangle MlasN. OallaRnur j.ertltu MUb M. L. Fotneratou After the play Dnyno'a Sixty-ninth Ilcgi meut Hand struck up tho grand march and, with Flour Ma...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 April 1888

............B.WBW----P-yiBfBI!i-- I- , ORANGEGUARDSMEN ANGRY. .iranr peel that their rigiitb are '. BEING GROBSLI ABRIDGED. -DUtUctlve Order Iterdln the Ui f t- ' Armory on Bandar rind on Certaln Night the Cants of a Htronaj Oppoltlam ta the Mandate or ike Armary Aocl. tUn-tinardmen Say they Will More. imcuL o nn womLD.i (Autos, April SO. The (quibble between tbe companiti oftbe Third Battalion and the Armory Association, of this city, ha de-eloped Into a " merry war." tut night the flnt engagement wu fought. Never beforo were tneh exciting military meeting! hold In Orange and never beforo were the gnardimen so profoundly stirred. For three mortal hour tho clash and din of battlo foured In the corridor and hallway ol the ar mory. A (quad of soldier stood In front of tbe door of each meeting-room and as news of tbe pro ceeding! was promulgated, howla or cheers rent U air, In accordance with the quality of tho tiding. The following rule, recently pawodby the Ar ' rnory Association, ar...

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. — 21 April 1888

v ;:; 1H I miir ""' ' .,..... , , , ; jSfl THERE IS BUT ONE wvunvunnv nwino Toinw I iJH ''ssW,', EVERYBODY READS THE . vlkmWM An Unusually Bright Number TO-MORROW. SK IMfB wlMli) HH)ll fllMfi vN1 $1P Yon Will Find To-Morrow's Issue Very Interesting. iH tttttttttttt "" ' "fl It il iH ""pRICE ONE CENT. NEAV YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1888. " PRICE ONE CENT.' H g O'CLOCK EXTRA THE BOSSES HANGING BACK. UNWILLING TO BDBMIT TUB LOCKOUT TROUBLES TO ARBITRATION. The Slate Board ot Arbitration and Media tion to Investigate the Brewery Troubles Next Thursday Tha Employer Claiming that They Havo Nothing to Arbitrate Froxresa of tbe Flaht. The newost thine in tlio brewers' lockout to-day is tbe interposition of the kindly of fices of the State Board of Arbitration and Mediation. Commissioners Purcell, llobinson and , Donovan, after hearing both sides prelimi narily and carefully deliberating over the matter, decided to hold an investigation for the purpose of bringing out all tho facts, and thus...

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. — 21 April 1888

K;. THE WORLD. Hi avnacnirxiov ko xna ' anurxwo ff, EDITION (Including Postage), mv month, 80c psn tsaji, $3.80. HT' VOL 28 NO. 9,741 LK'' SnUrad it Ui. PoaLOffloa it Haw Ton u arad.laM PPPHfci 4 mall matter. f Circulation Books and Press Room H OPEN TO ALL. HH&' Tnx OinctnjiTiox or tbs f EVENING EDITION Ht' THE WORLD Hi 'or the week ending Rnturdar, April 14. wai Kk u (oltowi: jhW Monday 100,320 K Tuesday 94,380 1 Wednesday 1 02,300' Bi Thursday 100,820 P Friday 100,480 H Saturday 98,160 Hi Avernjro for the entire "J f ft OQI B Month of aiurch AVOa&WAj VfM' i i .ii '.'.1 - ! . K THE EVENING WORLD has a t largor circulation than any Evening fr paper printed in English and Is not K? afraid to publish its figuros or open t ' Its books to the public. H scored aoain. R The Evening Would made another scor. Kv ing hit in the Sporting Extra lat night. ffEl Like the " Giants," it opened the League HjHiV season by whitewashing its rival I. It was flwt on the street with the report of...

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. — 21 April 1888

KrafarJfijTTIialMeawUaB I TJIJti WOULD: SATURDAY EVENING, APUUL 3.1, Iti88. ' '' 3HH I HOUKS PLEASANTLY PASSED. 'LEEOriliERABI "DNION. K ' DTb Gsubsj t lrt" at tha Ltxtiurtaa. at.bu OpranB( Irtur DriHii t lb First Ball f tba It. St. Q. Clrol. Tbe AmloltU'a Baacptlan A Library Food Benefited by an Bntarialnmeot. Tbo Leroy Lltorary Union gava an enter tInmeut and roceptlon at tho Lexington jlvenuo Opera.Houso last night. It was an nnusually pleasant afftlr. "Tbo Gamo of love" Riven under tbo direction of gtnge Manager T, Nelson Fctborston and Prof. P. 8. M. Munro. It was -hoII staged, following is tbo cast : v.ulWeldon Joieph n. Cairney Ccuuellor Corjdon Foxglove.. . Thomas W. Clark fid .Mnrptir 'fH.f'i' KK."n Ir orate.... Magulro i airrenco lie Merlle F. J. McEIkenner jicob Count) Tnoinaa M. Uartlind iiptilnHIImm Wm. J. Luhis Valor Doollttle T. J. MoWIl!lma Alice Devereaux Mils LlKle Faulnaber IIIF8 l'ncebe Tangle Mlaa N. aallaitiier MM. Lawrence .Do Merlle, Miss At. E. Hjan jirHm MI...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 April 1888

LllllllllllMnWafBffiTm.r..JJl..,a BBHAloiilii'iffJLiLiJMiMniV.jJBiillWI HaWEWaaeHsViHSe R; f IT- rHIJ WORLD? SAJgfi'DAJerAPmLins . , ,1 CALIPH AND MISS MURPHY. (f CIliCINNATrS DUDE IMTOrOTAMUS BXOB- :, BED I1V JUS DETROTIIED. flgK lie Confided la Her (lie Lnlret Wratcrn Kjltv News nnd Hmllrd n Three-Foot Hralln HOT Mlu .liurpby Tried to Olle II I in A Llfht K' Breakfast of Forty Pounda or liny with mmt Bucketful of Turnip, and one of Bran. MM Amid the roaring of lions, the howls of Mf- tigers and the bark of the coyotos.Cftlipli, tho w' Cincinnati $5,000 dudo hippopotamus, or. Iwt rve'1 ft' Centrn' 'ark y8terifty afternoon. V Owing to his immense proportions lio vris placed iu tho larpo cnjje iiRtinlty occupied y i mffi " Miss Murphy," tthilostie t at compelled to ,'ij occupy a smaller one adjoining. Kw Caliph spent the creator part of tho night EjF entertaining his betrothed with tho latest BSf Cinoinnati gossip, and the two were on a j most friendly footing until this morning, Wfk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 April 1888

W F THERE IS BUT ONE - li mini i t M fr ,H J CwlloMRnCADV "- EVEKTBODY BEADS TH, And It Is THE Wooding Newspaper WST Wm rtTO - ftrfo fVoWSfrr V-v ff fil 1 t$lv&& I Jl W --- - r$. . ,BH of the Land. fUj JE I lit iIIctKM (H W (O" I Wl 111 I fill B Be0aU8 " '8 Wlthout a pl H An Unusually Bright Number TO-MORROW. & W lliyffi 1 H ImJP & I ln 8r"' 7 fl L V JT. '" , ,,,,j ifctfttuiW!AittB v f j Yon Will Find To-Morr 01's Issna Ytry Interesting. ;S ""pilICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL SI, 18(58. PRTnw nNR ni?JVfpi 1 S RACING EXTRA SQUIRE'S MALICE. A Vioions Attaok on the Men Who Eomoved Him. Accusing Chamberlain Ivlns of an Attempt at Bribery. Jle Bay He Wa Offered AInnov to Came lo Terms with Major Grace nud that (3ov. mil's Partner Deceived Him Declaring Tlmt Ho Voted nfi Ho Wim Tolil to A 510,000 Note Signed by tlio (ioyrrnor nnil Indorsed by Contrnctar. O'Brien & Clark. Tho Special Sonnto Committees appointed to investigate, tho various departments of tlio ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 April 1888

IHI ' .' . y THE WORLD : SATtrjRbAY EVENING, AIRlti 21, 188S. HT THE WORLD. HL . SATURDAY .EyENNCAPRIU 91. Hft1" avBBcnxrxzoir to tub etjzxiso k1 EDITION (Including Pottage), Hf"' KB UOStB, 30cf PSIt YSAR, $3.80. HJ' VOL 28 " "NO. 9,741 B Iintaradaltbt rott-oaes at It.w York aa eecond-elaaa HK snail mtter, ft Circulation Books and Press Room jK' OPEN TO ALL. BT Tea OncDunox or m jK EVENING EDITION H' THE WORLD K for tilt WM ending Baturdar, April 14. waa B& as follows: H Monday 100,320 jBw Tuesday 94,380 H Wednesday 102,300 Hl Thubsday 100,820 Hp; Friday 100,480 f Saturday 98,160 Hii- Averajre for the entire 1 ffcrft C5Q1I 'J Month of March. .... lUO,AoJL H" THE EVENING WORLD has a K' larger circulation than any Evonlng' H paper printed in English and is not H afraid to publish its figuros or open Hf Its books to the public. H 8Q0HED AQAI5. jKr 'Tni Eteninq "Wobld made another scor- H1 i lK bit in the Sporting Extra last night. 'R; Like tho " Giants," it opened the League jm- se...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 April 1888

I , THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1888. ' ilH I THE BOSSES HANGING BACK. UNWIlLINa TO SUBMIT TUB LOCKOUT TROUBLES TO ABBITRATION. The State Hoard ol Arbitration and Media tloa to IuTCitlntc tho nretrery Trenble Next Thnnilay The Employer Claiming? tbnt Tlsey Hare Nothing; to Arbitrate Progress of the Fight. The newest thine In the brewers' lookout to-day Is tho interposition of tho kindly of. flees of the Stato Hoard of Arbitration and Mediation. Commissioners Furcell, Robiuson and Donovan, aftor hearing both sides prolimi. narily and carefully deliberating ovor tho matter, decided to hold an investigation for tho purposo of bringing out all tho facts, and thus discovering tho causes -which led to tho lockout and then placo tho responsibility vj hero it belongs. With that end in view Commissioner Dono. van called at tho Browors' Exchange, in Irving placo, this forenoon and gavo I'resi. dent Miles, of the Unitod States Browors' Association, and Socretary Seifort formal notic...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 April 1888

BP THE WORLD SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, lwmmwmr " CALIPE AND MISS MURPHY. liSt CnjClTOATTS DDDE nilTOrOTAMCS BNDB- MMi BED BI BIS BETROTHED. lUS! 0a Confided to Her the Lnte.t Western wSSm Xawu nnd Smiled n Three.Foot Hmlln KKl', MIm murphy Tried to Ulte Illm A Light KB.-' Bre.kfust of Forty Pounds of liny with Bh k Bachetful of Turnips and one of Hrnn. EK Amid the roaring of Horn, the howls of Ew tlttBrt end tho bark of tho coyoUs. Caliph, tho Km, Cincinnati $5,000 dndo hippopotamus, ar. tag rirnd at Central Park yesterday afternoon. iJ Owing to his immenso proportion ho was yK placed in the large cage nrraally occupied by M " Hits Murphy." while tho was compelled to jfit oocopy a emallor one adjoining. M,. Caliph splint the greater part of the night R entertaining his betrothed with the latest M- Cincinnati gossip, and tho two wero on a w most friendly footing until this morning, f& when Miss Murphy's tank was filled with VK water and Caliph was permitted to bathe his Mi huge...

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