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

m i t'-tV jbbbbbbb! W qui .HI ll .HI.. si - ' "i 'H ' I I THERE IS BUT ONE miiiiiiniiiiiiimiHiiiiiniHm mm 'llH 1 ' .-.- 577 -W4& " EVERYBODY READS THE I UH 8IUNfiDiAiY aSSlfll ' ' if. SWUSNBDEASY 1 And It IB THE Leading Newspaper YiKlT hMI fi ? krYrTtk IC ffl rftfS I 5!l --- 'H of the Land. (mJPL 1111 JK WlffiiWr gWffiBMB WRWRlf (4w(flv?: 111 III 111 I (ll ill Beoauso It Is Without a Parallel fH i BnilllllllllHIIHITHHIIHmH""'"" n) ilH PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATULtDAY, APRIL Bl, 1888. PRICE ONE CENtT" ifl LAST EDmOH. THE BOSSES HANGING BACK. UNWILLING TO SUBMIT THE LOCKOUT TROUBLES TO ARBITRATION. The State Heard o! Arbitration and Media tion to Investlgnto the Drewery Trouble Next Thursday The Employer Clatmtnar tbnt They Hnvo Nothing to Arbitrate rrogrraa of tlia Fight. The newest thine In tho brewers' lockout to-day is tho interposition of tho kindly of fices of tho State Board of Arbitration and Mediation. Commissioners Pnreell, Robinson and Donovan, after hearing both sid...

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

H , .tfftfcWftajmAt B THE WORLD. QL ritMtf ia rr rttiiMf c H SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 2 1. Hlf BvnticnirTion to xnx xrxirrxo Bf ZVITJOy (Including l'ottage), K run vox, aoc; run tjcak, $a.eo. Hv VOL 28 NO. P.74-I Kij) B Knttrad et lb Fmi-OHm at Raw Tot Maond-ctiM H 5 mill matter, Hf circulation Books and Press Room K OPEN TO ALL. H' Tht CmcoLAiiux or t I EVENING EDITION I THE WORLD f for the week ending Hmiirriay, April 14, was K ai follows: Hf Monday . .'. . ... . .".. 100,320 K Tuesday 94,380 f; Wednesday 102,300 1 TnnnsDAY 100,820' r Fmday 100,4801 I Saturday 98,160 Hf AverajroJor the entire -fl fhtf 9Q1 Month, of MarclL-.... JLUO,WJL - - THE EVENING WORLD has a larger. circulation than any Evonlng H papor printed in English and Is not Hf afraid to publish its figures or opon Its books to the public r BOOEED AOADJ. ' Tub Etmjino WontD made another scor- Ins bit in the Sporting Extra lost night. Liko the " GUnts," it opened tho League season by whitewashing its rivals. It was HJ? f...

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

'' 81 I HOURS PLEASANTLY PASSED. I A PWtf AND A DANCE OIVEN BI THE -IEB0Y UTERAE UNIO.- - ,- Tbe Gim" f ITe" at the I.cxtncton ATcnne Opern-Ilouse Pretty lreaim at lb First Hull of ttao "K. SI. q." Circle The Atnleltln' Itecr-ptlon A Library Fnnd Benefited by an Entertainment. The Loroy IiHerary Union tfnvo an enter tainment and reception at tho Lexington jlrenuo Opern-Honso last night It was an unusually pleasant affair. "The Game of Love" wm given under tho direotlon of Ktacs Manager T, Nolson Fehorston and ProT.'P. S.'Mr Munr67 "It aawoll"ila2od7 FoUowIur Is tho oast : l'.ni Wcldon Joseph II. Canter rnunselior CorT don Foig-lovo. ..Thomas W. Clark TedMurpHT " J,ynSt; K","n ii r Grace ' Hagnlro l awrenco He Merflo V. J. MeElkenner Jacob cnuirii Tnomas 11. Uartliud f.ntalo Sllmra. j,"WiH? h..iMh' JI,W Doollttle T. -. MoWIIIIanta Aliic Ileftreanx Mlsa Lizzie Faulnaber Mtssl'nirbe Tangle MtssN. Gallagher ,;! UnrencoDeilern ....MUM. K. ltran f,7iint a- Miss M. L. Foitieraton Aftortho ...

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

K 4 THE WQRUK SATUjlPAY EVENING, APRIL 31, tmK f CALIPH AND MISS MURPHY. B CmCINNATl'S DUQE IIHTOPOTAMOS SNUB B$ HED BI Ilia BETKOrilED. HR' Ha CaofMed to Iter the Latest Western pf! Nswa nod Hmlled n Three-Foot Stalls BwA nilM nmrpby Tried lo Illie Illm A Light H& Breakfast of Forir Foniyla of liar with K a. rjnekelful of Tnrnlpa and one of Brum 1 J Amid the rofirinj? of lions, tho howls of w tigers and tho hark of thu coyotos.CMipb, tbo Cincinnati $5,000 dudo hippopotamus, or- R ' rived at Central Fark yesterday afternoon. H-'?' Owinp; to his iinraouso proportions ha 'was placed in tho largo cage usually occupied by " " Hiss Murphy." whllo alio was compcllod to M 1 occupy a smaller ono adjoining. m I Caliph spent tho greater part of tho night Ef cntorlainlng his botrothed with tho latest KC Cincinnati gossip, and tbo two woro on a Kr most friendly footing until this morning, 1 when Miss Mnrphy's tank was filled with -f; water and Caliph was permitted to batho his D hugo body i...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

aawiTBMBlTlimatiaij I 'ICOCK-A-DOODLEJOBL LOOK AT THIS FIGURE ! It is the No. of " Wants " that were Published Yesterday and it is The Largest No. of Advts. That Any Newspaper Ever Printed. sMsaeaaesaMs" na m GONE TO MEET JOHN I. 6ULUVAN. A His Delegation Goea Uoirn Dostou Harbor to Find the Catalonln. IlltCUI TO Tin WOILD.I Boston, April S3. Commercial Wharf and wharves lu tlie Immediate vlclnltj were crowded with spectators this morning to witness the de parture of the Sullivan reception party down the 1st on the tugboats Wesley A. Gore, W. U. Clark aad Hale. From 7 o'clock till a 45, the time of starting, the pier was a scene of consent exoltement. About one thousand people were on Commercial and adjoining wnarvee. Among the crowd were all representative (porting men of Boston In fact, of New England beside a large delegation of New Yorkers and vlslilna? theatrical men, Unix, Mass., April 23. With bands playing martial strains and colors flying, the tugboats Wesley A. Gove and Wi...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

m I B - THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1888. , HFH . - - -.-.- .. a sari,-,-. K THE WORLD. Hfjf MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23. jjWts BVBBcnxi'Ttos io xnx xrnxxxa P XVXXIOS (Including Pottage), Kl' juta uoyrir, soc; per tsar, $8.00. KG. VOL 2B NO. 9.743 pf Knttrad at th. Poat-OfflM at York i.eond-ele IIwE mall matur. If- circulalElooks and Press Room m OPEN TO ALL. fur Tna Oiacuntiox or tui W EVENING EDITION p THE WORLD Sk for th whV ending Knturttay, April 21, wm flff M follow ' Monday .".'. 9800 1L Tuesday 100,680 , Wednesday 106.580 H Thursday 1 06,800 Friday 103,300 m Saturday 100,920 ; ME Average for the entire "I ftA C?tfl"fl 1 Month of March...... "", -VT i THE EVENING WORLD has a W. larger circulation than any Evening W papor printed in English and is not m afraid to publish its figures or open Its books to the public. St MORE EECORD-BREAKIKO, S$ , Yesterday' Sunday World broke, oil reo- ffi' ords in the number of advertisements that it tSff printed. Sup No nowsnnpor over be...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

pr"7 ""w .rVaVHrjHHRpHMMMHH '" "TXf jSf iWfr T w -ipt n?PInHMHHMHMBBKi(HHL yjsiaBVHlBilfl0fFs vbshboibbbbbbbbi i. Tf , , "TVWy l ?,,t J? 'T " V1 v1 tvf7?Tr'r" " TWTnFE' P7"1,'rvi r " 1' fT" J ' ' w '" '"" ' J"1i55 ""writ f "V " 5 7 TT rJWS(ftWW ''ptSyrKr O " ss.bbbbbbbbbbbbbi vSIbH cmBbbbbbbbbbbbbI THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1883. 3 H SONG, COMEDY AND DANCE. BiKBTAINMENTS . TOUCH AFFORDED PLE1BUKBT0 MAM. s lira toga." Plaursd Bsfbra tha Tanas Site' Colan of Ih. a. cl.tr far El blast. Culture A Caneert by tha Fartuna Slav IbK Hoelaty Hanalan Laudlr Cheer National Alra. Tho Young Men's Union of tho Society for Ethical Oulturo gave an entertainment and reception at tho Lotincton Avcnuo Opera. House on Saturday night. Droneon Howard's comedy. ' Saratoga," was performed, under the direction of Mr. Daniel Frohmon, of the Xyceuni Theatre. Following is tho cnsl : Mr Robert Sackett Raymond Holmei Jack Benedict E. II. Vandeifelt IV na Vanilerpool Cbtrlea Dradshaw Toe Hon William Car...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

H fifT THE WORLD: MOJnATVENINi&, ArTlM1888. ' ' 1 Stern Bros. Hit will offor this week at if Greatly Reduced Prices, 1 ' a largo assortment of I FANCY SILKS W In seasonable colors and designs, W including Special Bargains at I ,98c, $1.39, $2.48, I $3,39 a yard. 1 PARASOLS t. and I COACHING UMBRELLAS. R . .latest novelties in materials and w mountings. I BONNETS M. and I round hats, Trimmed and Untrimmed. Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers. An extensive stock of all fash ionable stylos and colors. Bargains in both departments. LADIES' ::, UNDERWEAR. KSk-:, Attractive assortments and sLt exoluslve styles in K' FRENCH HAND-MADE If LINGERIE, Ere in addition to handsome and 111' serviceable garments from our Mm' own workrooms. MISSES' and CHILDREN'S K SUITS, W$tt Appropriate to the season and Mat at very low prices. V- INFANTS' WEAR M; of all kinds at prices that will lire s repay Inspection. If 32 to 36 West 23d St. S; 23 to 35 West 22d St. "m PIANOS AM) OKOANS. JS rpHK K8TKY UPKIOUT PIANO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

$ COCK-A-DOODLE-OOO. Jf y V w w LOOK AT THIS FIGURE! It is the No. of ': Want3 " thtt were Published Yesterday and it is The Largest Ho. of fidvts. That Any Newspaper Ever Printed. TOO MUCII MOTUEU-IN-LAW. HMlngOInetcr Antonl'a Domeatlo Woeo Made Public In Court. Thomas Brennan, a lawyer, sued Carl Antoni, a riding-mnstor, in Judge Jcroleinon's Oonrtto recover $160. lironunu claimed that while acting as counsol for Antoni ho nego tiated the loan of S1C0 for him; that Antoni gave his noto, which tho plaintiff Indorsed : that Antoni refused to pay, and that he had to make good tho amount. In his defonso Antoni said that on recom mendation of his mother-in-law ho engaged Brennan as his counsol in a lawsuit in which lie figured : that subsequently, owing to dif ferences with his mother-in-law, Mrs. Meyer, he and sho became estranged ; that thence forth Brennan and Mrs. Meyers entered into collusion to ruin him. ilo further stated that Brennan camo to him while acting as bis counsel, and...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

MPP"1 " 'm I ' M IIH11'1'1 11 HM H)T I I'll 'I I 7r-' - nr-r- . "ST w. r , r- -, i-e -F.wprJi--- , - ", - K J THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1888. " "' K THE WOKLD. far rnt'hei y v feHiiAi.. c. Hi' MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23. Wm' ausacitxPTioy 10 tbjs sresiito HRt EDITIOX (Inttudtng Postage.), E& PKU MONTH, 30c.t PES YSAIi,$3.B0, H VOL 28 t NO. 9,743 HmT Kntered at the rcct-Offlce at New Totk u iseond-olaas KjB' mall mitur. H ; cTrcuiation Books and Press Room IH OPEN TO ALL. UK' ' Tub Circulation or Tni m EVENING EDITION IK or Kf I THE WORLD Kff for tt. week ending Haturday, April Bit we. Bfr M follow!! . Monday 96,200 vE Tuesday 100,680 wE Wednesday 1 06,580 W. Thursday 106,800 H1 Friday 103,300 H Saturday 100,920 'M, AvirTiiKofortho entire -J ffl ?f!1 - Month of Slurch A ft THE EVENING WORLD has a WL larger circulation than any Evening M paper printed In English and Is not 3p afraid to publish its figures or opon m its books to tho public. j MORE EEOORD-BEEAKIBO. SaP Yest...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

I laaBBBBBBlBafl I ' THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1888. 3 '.V'lfiH SONG, COMEDY AND DANCE. I I ENTEHTA1NMENT8 TVHICII AFFORDED PLEA8URB TO 'HAM. artoe" Flared' Before Ike Tanas aiB PnUn f she society far Bihleal Culture A1 Cheeri by the Fortann Blac Ins; Koelety llnncartuu Ixiudly Cheer National Air Tho Tonne Men'g Union of the Socloty for Ethical Culture gave an entertainment and reception at the Lexington Avenuo Opera House on Saturday night. Bronson Howard's comedy, " Saratoga," was performed, under the direction of Mr. Daniel Frohman, of the Lyceum Theatre. Following is tho oast : ut Robert Baclott llaymond Holmes Jack Benedict B. II. Vanderfelt Papa Vanderpool Cbarlee Hrndsnaw The lion William Carter Janus Dunn Jlfniinston pere Nestor Lenuon .Mr Mortimer Muttonlejr J. B. liollla jir. Cornelius Wethcrbco It. F. Cation Frederic Augustus Caster Scaler Drown 5n K. W. Morrison file Burr Caruth Enie Kemlngton Mlas Wydney Cowell Lucy Car'er Mis Elsie Lombard Oma Alston Mian He...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

ss.ais.BHis.Bis.eis.Bis.Hlis.Bis.Bis.Bis.Bis.Bis.BisflBisMILMiB R"':' , r m I Stem Bros. ff- will offer this woek at B Greatly Reduced Prices, Ha a largo assortment of i FANCY SILKS w; In seasonable colors and designs, k lnoludlng Special Bargains at 98c, $1.39, $2.48, B $3.39a yard. I: PARASOLS Rj and M- COACHING UMBRELLAS. Kf' Latest noveltios in materials and Bf mountings. BONNETS I ROUND HATS, If Trimmed and Untrimmed. If Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers, K An extensive stock of all fash- j lonablo styles and colors. H Bargains In both departments. LADIES' I UNDERWEAR. 1. Attraotivo assortments and Hjf exclusive styles in Hi , FRENCH HAND-MADE K LINGERIE, r in addition to handsome and ff serviceable garments from our H' own workrooms. m MISSES' anfCHILDREN'S m suits, Hi Appropriate to the season and K at very low prices. II INFANTS' WEAR HI of all kinds at prices that will 1 repay Inspection. 32 to 36 West 23d St. K 23 to 35 West 22d St. 111, PIANOS AND OKGAN3. UK K8TKY UPKIOHT PIANOS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO. LOOK AT THIS FIGURE It is the No. of " Wants " that were Published Yesterday and it iB The Largest No. of Advts. That Any Newspaper Ever Printed. TOO MUCH MOTHER-IN-LAW. HldlugOIoiter Antoni' Domestic Woei Made 1'nbllo in Court. Tliomns Breunnn, a lnwyor, sued Cnrl Antoni, a ritliue-inastor, in Jnelfjo Jeroleuiou's Court to recover $1C0. lireuunu cloime.l that while actintj ns counsel for Antoni be nego tiated tho loan of $100 for him ; that Antoni KiiNo his note, which the plaintiff indorsed; thut Antoni refused to pay. and that ho had to make good tho amount. In his (lofensa Antoni said that on leconi inenelntiou of his mother-in-law ho eugnupil Brt'iiuau ns his counsel in a lawBuit in winch ho figured : that subsequently, owing to dif ferences with his uiothor-in.lnw, Sirs. Meyer, lie and hhe becamo estranged; that thence forth Ilrenuau and Mrs. Meyors entered into collusion to ruin him. He further stated that Urenuan camo to him whilo acting as bis counsel, 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. — 23 April 1888

En'JRiry''s 7W'3' " t ' aiKT " ' JWW" r"W ' ,wWJirw"ftS t " " "vr, r-rrav-vij. r vtr' r"fffH',r(fP" "f-irw ww wwitowiv-vw".-! -w ttx E r "" . . ' " B THE WOULD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1888. , 1 THE WQBLD. IM MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23. Wfifc BUJJSCltlPTIOX JO TUB ETEXXHa VvB' JiDJXlOS (Including Pottage), WM ?Il MONTR, 30c. I PSIl TSAR, 93.00. IH vol. 28 -NO. 9,743 aff' ItaUred at the rott-Offlc. at New Yolk u eeeond-eUea KjK null matter. Wt , If Circulation Books and Press Room IS OPEN TO ALL. I Ik , Tni Cibculation or TOE II EVENING EDITION Jl or IE THE WORLD IB for .the nk endlni Hatiirday, April Sit I jft at followai Ik Monday 96,200 Iffi Tuesday 100,680 k Wednesday 106,580 WM Thuksday 106,800 Ifr Friday 103,300 If Saturday 100,920 K Averaxo for the entlro 1 na Qflf IK Month of Murch AUUUl wr ' """ II THE EVENING WORLD has a I! larger circulation than any Evening I paper printed in English and is not I : afraid to publish its flguros or open I Its books to the public. IK MOKE B...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

WBawB.liBMBifl-.iBEi LV vbHbCbbbbbbb?bTbbb1 " 'Hi rrtIE WOULD; MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 188 , '& -JasH IgOflG, COMEDY 'AND 'DANCE. ENTERTAINMENTS WHICH" AFFORDED PLEASURE TO MASL irntonn" Flared Defora the Young .Men' Union of tbe Society lor Eihlcnl Culture A Concert by tho Fqrtnaa Sing ing Koclcty Hungarian Loudly Cheer Nntlonnl Aire. Tbe Young Mon'B Union of tho Society for Ethical Oiilturo gave on entertainment and reception at tlio Lexington Avouuo Opera House on Saturday night. Bronson Howard's comedy. " Sarotoga," was'psjrformod, uudor (bo direction of Mr. Daniel Frohman, of tho Lyceum Theatro. Following is tho onst : Mr Robert Backett llaymondllolm.es lack Benedict It. 11. Vanderfelt ,,M vandcrpool Charlea liradsiiaw Inellon William Carter Janus Dttno Itemingtna pcre Nestor Lcanon Mr Mortimer .Mutlonlejr J. U. Uollls llr Cornelius Wetherbec H. K. Cotton Vrederlc Augustus Caster Holler Brown ij,d H. W. Morrison ji,V BurrCarutli tiricltenilngton Miss riydncy Cowell LncvCs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

r . Bit HAHLEM'S NEW CIIURCIL Bw- Vbe Congregation of the Cnlrnry Preby Hiafr terlnu Church to Hnve a New Home. HE; Harlem will toon hsve added to Hi Hat of hind- Hgrc somo edifices a brand new church, In which toe H congregation of tho Calvary Presbyterian will H shortly worahlp. Her. James Chamber, the pis- H tor, was Installed Nov. 24, 1812. Ho preaches with HIlT a groat degrco of action In delivery and Interest In Miv&i' thought. The church alto comprlaes 75 feet on Ki Madison avenue and ISO feet on One Hundred and Jav Thirteenth street. H There Is talk of disposing of this property and WJ building on a alto further west, but details are still Jr.' undetermined. The church may be built entirely ,1 of stone, with roofs of red tiles. The body may bo JK of pray Italian limestone, with trlniuilDKi of SB red Lougmeulow sandstone. Iho general iffict jgf. of exterior would bo low rather thuu hluh, with freonntlrraiice of linrrlKouiil liuei. In disigntno lan li of the later llomaiin...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

F ItH R-A-C-l-N-G -?sass8- BASEBALL . -.9 PRICE OWE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1888. , PRICE ONE CENT. ' iJaH . . . ..... VibibbbbI MILL'S LETTERS --, Given to the Senate Oommittoo-by Bollin Mi Squire, Host of Thorn Formal Notes from Private Secretary EIco. fMtr Production Had Dean Demanded by the Governor Letters Acknowledging the Receipt of Epistle from Squire One Heqaett tbe Tcelnatatement of Es timator Neleon'a Hrolber Another a. iroduoes a. Friend Abont Ibe Award of Contracta. Tbe rpeeinl committee of tbe State Sonata appointed to look iifto tho management of the municipal frovornmout resumed the taking of testimony in Fart II. of the Supe rior Court tills morning. Got. Hill told to a Wobld reporter in-Albany yestordny that bo would demand that Bollin SI. Squiro produco tbo lotters which tbo poot-pollttcian sold bo rocelTed from tbe Governor, and Sonator Fierce1, one of tbe Democratic momber's of tbo committee, re ceiTed a despatch from Got. Hill asking bim to oblige Squ...

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. — 23 April 1888

K ' j THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1888. . H THE WORLD. ($!. MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23. Hff;' Bvaaanipxioir jo zbb xcrsnara Mc38., EDITION (Including rentage), lift i'JTi? MONTH, 30c; PER JrEAIi,$3.60, K, VOL 28 NO. 9,743 Kip1 Xattnd at lb Pott-Olio at Ifw York aa teoood-clis HKS, mall matUr. Hr Circulation Books and' Press Room HI open T all' jallv 1 ne CinccLATios or tiu Hb EVENING EDITION KgE.; or p THE WORLD Ji (or th week ending Hnturdny, April If I wit HHHtV ' '"ow" IS Monday 96,200 Em Tuesday J 00, 680 lift Wednesday 106,580 Iflf . Thursday 1 06,800 K Friday 103,300 ip Saturday 100,920 K3 Average for the entire ft A ?fb"fl TO1 Month of March AAJfPi&FJL fcfw. ..., .,., ,, ... ..M.. .w.MMM..M...-.M..M-.. B". THE EVENING WORLD has a kK larger circulation than any Evening pK paper printed in English and is not Ilk' afraid to publish its figures or open M Its books to the public. m- - more reoord-deeakko. su Yesterday' Sumdat Would broko Ml reo. UK ords in the numbor 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. — 23 April 1888

, . ,- , THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL- 23, 1888. , s fl THE FIGHT STILL RED-HOT. NEITHER TOE BBEWER8 KOR TIIE HEN SHOW SIGNS OF WEAKENING. gaeb Hide Giving Out Iteperu that tha Other Hid Denies The Mm Will Ito.p Up the Boycott Until ths Ilrew.rLi Otre Up the Untile The Hltu.tlem Bammed Up en the Eighth Day. Reports concerning the broworymon's lockout contlnuo to'bo Tory conflicting, each tide (riving out matter that tho othor side contradicts. This is tho eighth day of tho lockout, and tho situation is summed . up thus : The! union men, with tho exception of those who ' have roiio back to work nud thus renounced their allegianco to tho organization arc out, and tho employers assert that they -will be tept out ; that tho breweries' nro all in opora. ticai, and that tho boycott is not offootivo. On tho othor hand tho lockod out men claim that tho breweries am short of hands; that tho new mon aro so inexperioncod and get drunk so much that thov aro comparative ly ineffective: that ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 April 1888

IBtr1 -' THE WORLD: MONDAY l3VENIWrG,.AFRIL 23, -I88. , . I Stern Bros. HpJ , will ofroHhf 3 wook at : Greatly Reduced Prices, Hpt a Jargo assortment of I FANCY SILKS fi$ In seasonable colors and designs, Hp- Including Special Bargains at B 98c, $1.39, $2.40, K $3,39 a yard. I PARASOLS LBlf and COACHING UMBRELLAS. Hp 'latest noveltlosln materials and f ,, mountings. I BONNETS e B" and I ROUND ITS, K Trimmed and Untrimmed. m Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers. Hf An extensive stook of all fash- Hp, ona,b!e stylos and colors. . H& Bargains In both departments. I LADIES' I UNDERWEAR. Hj Attractive assortments and $ oxoluslve styles In HI FRENCH HAND-MADE K LINGERIE, KLVV jln addition to handsome and Hj) ' serviceable garments from our HpP Wn workrooms. f ; MISSES' anfGHILDREN'S 1;: SUITS, Kg 'Appropriate to the season and Hp- at very low prices. m INFANTS' WEAR p1 of all kinds at prices that will Kf, repay Inspection. R 32 to 36 West 23d St If 23 to 35 West 22d St. Hh PIANQ8 AND ORGANS. K&...

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