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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 31 December 1887

lm JL kkT t, - i5Te-MMKPgiff)BPBBM Jt 5 O'CLOCK . (mgfiM lv st-t K F& 0'CL0CK I "3 J , AlilA. I wU1 3WW 1 J-aTjIA. J M ',. . - J .:. jjl f S PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT viH i WORLD HONORED LEO. x ,' e Iflmoosing Ceremonies of tho Pope's Qolden Jubilee. . I Homage and Gifts From the Four I Corners of the Earth. flan, of the Celebration Which ! to Begin A To.BIorrow A Pomlir to Celebrate Mae. M In 8u Peter's for tlie Flrt Time Since I Victor Emanuel Entered Homo Splen- t 1 did Scene, of Pomp Which Interest the I Christian World America' Hlinre. I incur. cIblt to tox wont.D.1 v, Roue, Deo., 81. The streets, palaces and y' hotels of Horairaro crowded with visitors y from ovory part of the world, who nre hero j to take part in or witness the magnificent ) Ceremonies with which the Qolden Jubilee of ' the Popo will ho celebrated. ' Tho groat evont is flxod for 9 o'clock to- 'j , morrow morning, whon the Popo i...

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. — 31 December 1887

Bf'THvE WORLD. WIASATURDAY EVENINC, DECEMBER 31. p; "r crittion xo xnit xntnisa R'. ' XDIXIOJT (Including Pogtagt), iB-f ' l-p-EByo-y:rg fl0 j-"" ygit, ga.fio. KH THE NOVEMBER RECORD. M i j. ' BsaW v v BPsuffW Total nnmber of "Worlds" printed during fc.T"'$'f tli efNoTamber, 188T, L 8,505.840. -t, AVmiTEIl SAT FOR TDK ENTHIE P 83323 COPIES. H&fcoFaattWl ORQULlTlQKaurlno ifto past rte H!j Jtwar eomjxsvdr K'V ttmtMp Dallf a l Total, Atoragt, fr" 043,801 31,409 HtfVJ2&9 3,801,070 48,380 ML'lJMM ...... a,H4S,8S4 398,194 MfciUA'.............,.. 4,048,483 304,048 K,;W. 0,107,490 903,880 jBiMr. 8,505,840 283,528 Kit OPEN TO ALL. f' '71m New York "World" invltss evory Et;; Hewwapw Proprietor and every Advertiser Hffjf 'fte examine' its Book and Prose Room to HtwftatMyhlrntelf about Its Circulation. mm.. Bfv. ADVERTISING RATES. MJV?) rentaiy. par Moo. No ttr prle for ae H?j aplaM display: Bnalaasa c Speud Notices, oppoalto ME? if XeKctttl pc. AO U p Una. lUadlnc Notions, H&Af eta...

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. — 31 December 1887

ill, - ' THEWORLD'SATCrRDkYrBVENlNG, DECEBlBERr3WJ887Trm if W iSM II CROWDS OF MERRY DANCERS. IB I0UNO JJQPUfcANlMOLDi MAKIKQ 5fH& II . HOST OF THE HOLIDAYS. If f MM I yjMtear Theatrlcale for Charity Thr.nge IH j nt 1rrlo Hall Jolly Tlppersu-r Man IIt H an Evening. Fan Cnrpet Weaver In I, Fos.e..l.n of a Ballroom Other Enter, talnmenta of Pleasnr. AeaoclMlone.' fljB i A nmnbor of young ladies and gentlemen MM fcavo formed themselves into n dnunotio club I for charitable purposos, and call themselves II the Bol De Bar Dramatlo Association. Thoy II PaT0 (m entertainment at tho Lexington N Avenue Opora-Houso last night to a crowded II homo. rl Tho programmo simply said that a certain 1 1 orphanaeo was in need of funds, and the sJ profits woro to bo given to the Homo. Ah jf J old gentleman was thero to recoivo tho offer- Jm ins with thanks. V SB A f oatnro of tho affair was that every ofil. H cer of the association was compelled to pay H lils admission like any ordinary mortal. 9 "T...

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. — 31 December 1887

; "Xt "T THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1987: '' ' ' I: World honored leo, HK" Rfi.; (Continued fi-omjlrtt page,) R$j , ; ' K& on nrrivcil in tho bcginnlnc; of Novombor. Hf& ftuMii Victoria 1ms doapatclicti tlio Unko of K'V Norfolk, socially tlio foremost Cathollo of HR i ho renlui, to bear her eoucrntiilntioiiH to MEtf- .'ope Loo XIII., who" Bent Mtfr. ituiro-Scllln Mmi tOexprooii the (rood wlahcsof Ills Holiness LRuv IP Her Majesty on the occasion of bar recent BE jubilee. HE) The cercmonios will bo conduct ed with tlio HJhi v prcntest pomp nnd rnagnlQceuce. Tlio Ruperh K' (Jollied rnl of St. Peter will neo (honniuils H&V of richly vested ecclesiastics cohorts of bnll- Vk . iantly uniformed Koldiers, and tens of tliou- ?$ ; rands of tho laity, Ihroucing Its lmtnciiRo , jt! epnefs, while tho rich mellow tones of tlio liCu chant will rise to tlio towering domo iiinl lb tninelo trith the Jubilant burst of melody Hr from the silver trumpcU high up above the HLv ...

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. — 31 December 1887

;; 2 O'CLOCK , , " --k.' - w 1 2 O'CLOCK II '. PRICE ONE CENT,' EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENTJ jH J WORLD HONORED LEO. & ' 'Imposing Oeremoniea of the-Pope'a Golden Jubilee. I homage and Gifts From the Ftmr Corners of the Earth. t Fiona of the Celebration Which la to Degln J TcMorrow A Pontiff to Celebrate Dlaaa I In BU Peter' for the First Time Blnee 7 Victor Emanuel Entered Koine Splen did Kcenea of Fomp Which Interest the Christian World America' Hhare. . ISTIOttX, CAULS TO TBX WOBXD.l Bora, Deo., St. The streets', palaces and I hotels of Komo are crowded with Tisitors from every part of the world, .who are here to toko part In or witness the magnificent ceremonies with whieh the Goldon Jubilee of the Pope will bo celebrated. ' The groat event is fixed for 0 o'clook to morrow morning, when tho Fope is to cole brate mass at St. Peter's. Whether or not he will bo able to do so is uncertain, as last 1 evening it was whisp...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 31 December 1887

iiiaiiVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVa Wt' ; t THE WORLD; SATURDAY EVEWHSG, DECEMBER 31, 1887, a , ' I:he would. K,f i'J - SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31. LBt i f UUjLfj XDXTIOlt (Including rottagi), K , -JP.KB MOXTIT, 30c : teji TEAIl, $3.00. Ka si" the november record. B' LlT, ft. 0Mk'.' Total number of "World" printed daring K t MOnU of November, 188T, K 8,505,840. LHvv ' Average per day for tub entire Ki ' iioNTn, K 1283.528 COPSES. F IVS, sorsmm CIRCULATION curing ttie ma tix nuWuf itwera iponuxirsdr IBiBu . Mlnthlg Dalit HHR? Total, Average. Kit ' 043,801 31,403 ,' , XS83.. 1,301,070 4tS,380 IK', 81 3,84B,834 128,104 Wm 288B 4,048,433 104,048 IK ' aase...., 0,107,430 ao3,sso &; aw..... 8,505,840 283.528 Bg OPEN TO ALL. Hkv The New York "World" Invites evory Hr Wewspspor Proprietor and every Advertiser Wf-'v to examine He Books and Press Room to Hg'!t Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. H, , Hr ADVERTISING RATES. vt (Agate Meaaurement.) HjffMi Ordinary. S5 cent per Una. No extr...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 31 December 1887

. . . . . THE WORLD t SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1887, S ' VH CROWDS OF MEURY DANCERS. i m TOUNQ PEOPLE AND OLD MAKING THE MOST OP THE IIOLIDATS. Anatenr Theatrical for Charity Thronga at Ivrlc Unit Jolly Tipperary Men Havo an Uvenlns'a 1'iin Cnrpnt Weavers In roseeeelon of n llnllroom Other Enter talnments of Pleasure Associations. A nutabor of young ladios nnd gentlemen hnfe formed themselves into a draruntlo club for charitnblo purposes, and call thcmBelvos t tbo Sol Do Bar Dramatio Association. They gave an ontortatnment at tho Lexington Avenue Opora-Houso lost night to a crowdod honso. The programme simply said that a certain orphanago was in need of funds, and tho profits wero to be givon to tho Homo. An old gentleman was thoro to recoivo tho offer ing with thanks. A feature of the affair was that ovcryoffl-. cer of tho association was compolled to pay' bis admission like any ordinary mortal. "Timo and tho Hour; or, tho Forged Bills" was given with the following cast : Sir...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 31 December 1887

BMBMMp Kffe "' : Tgi; WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1887J K; 'IfeW YEAR'S MY CALLERS. HiT"' MEEtB HEIGHT 830LB8 AND nAPPI FACES H& WILL GREET THEM ON MONDAY. matt - HgftV feaAdlna Women and Yonn Married adlea HVi ' Wkp Will be Glad 10 Bee tbelr Friend- KPl The Old-Faahloned Custom to be Ob- KM served la All Fart of thl City and Kg; fereoklra. R$ ty'filbWbSi&fESffi HEBE Trill bo o largo R-, n"'CO number of young mar. mkfo Maoiijfca jam riea lodlol! nnd ,,rotty Lra "Vlf EfttZll & i I r rl wl10 wU1 koop up Bk iLzTj ' w7i l0 BOO' 0nsom Kti l ffisfisisV r iLM I "' bfivlus open bonso LB?' Kw-tiS(MWl on Monday, tbo Iccnl BF 'KwSfillll L-Jl Now-Yenr'iDay. &'' mI,ZPmmi 1 1C1 Around town tho n afvW fHjS lit I K yunK mon M0 A"" He ' Ih-iifraS V t 'nR aout 0 brgo Kiik'l I iWtiWr' & mmkr ' cft"8 tlloy HP, l I biiflN DMl 9E. sToinif, to make this Hrvf " sK lifln II Ml ycar ftnJ yun8 1- Ef AMoPeKJ 1 1 Hi 'cs ntont thnt 'tch. Hgy& jHuSiP'li QhI&ibL. lnCGwnof palo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 January 1888

"D'HTrnTA'M ' fill , IH II: ' ISBKfflrWrSM IICf 1 If IIm I lii5GJ-i3IJ ! TyTWHRYrfYSVY wk PRICE OKECENT. EVENING EDITION. KEW YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 1888. ' EVENING EDITION. TRICE ONE CENT. jjii; flEW ALDERMEN SWORN L. v tflEADI FOR BUSINESS ALTHOUQU THE 7 MAIOR WANTS MORE TIME. HottIIoe IMecteil Vice-President, Divver Fl. nance Clinlrninn nntl Twniney Clerk I President Porntcr on tlio Nced of Now York Wlmt the NfW Hitler Look Like A Republican 1'nrty of Three. Tlio Hoard of Aldermen of 1887 went out of oxistenco to-dny, and tho Board of 1883 was duly orgauized. The bowing out took placo between 11 a. m. I mid 1 r. M. in tho chamber of tho Hoard at t the City Hall mid in tho presence of a crowd 'j of admiring constituents of tho now city jl legislators. JL Tho merahcrs who wore ro-clcclcd aro BfcTatrick Divver, Patrick N. Oakley, Daniel ft IE. Dowling, l'hilip Holland, Alfred R.Conk I lllug, William II. Walker. William Talt, T 1 JameB A. Cowio, Joseph Murray, John Mur . rny, James J....

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

B THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2, 1888. II THE WOBLb. HP'- ' Erafe? MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2. KJ$' evjiHcnxPTJoy to inn btbhiko Wpffik EDITION (Including Pottage), IBl'. TERMONTn, SOc. iPKIl YBAIi, $3.G0. Ill' THE YEARLY RECORD. tfe"-'" rotttl Numbcr of Worlds Frintod during 1887, Iml 83,389,828. HRF1 Average per Day for Entlro Year, ft ' 228,465. temp, WJStk SIX YEARS COMPARED : IraRfc$ , . THE WOULD came under the preient proprle- r3S, torthip May 10, 1883. 3E.''1 , Yrnrlr Dnllr jEtfJjf.' , Year. T niiil. Avernitri. bSeR 1RS2 8,1.-11,137 l!'2,nm Erfb 1883 12,23S.238 3,HI KJhR.'-' 1HR4 2H,51l,7Rft 77,1122 SRs ' 1885 til, 211,2117 140,387 ftSfc!- lR&fl 70,120,011 1112,120 Rw3r t88T 83,38U,R28 1 28,403 Bro 8unday World's Rocord : Bk; Over 200,000 Every Sunday During K-nHK tho Iinst Two Years. KjJB? h nvornRO circulation of Tho 1 ' Sunday World during 1H82 waa 14,727 RyRS Tl'0 nvorngo circulation of Tho P$K,-: Sunday World during 1883 una 24,054 R$f&': nTerogo circulati...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 January 1888

THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING; JANUARY 2t 1888. i ;M TOLD ON NEW YEAR'S DAY. i iN OLD BOPS SERMON TO TAB OLD CHATTIES AT THE IIOFFJIAN HOUSE. Bsntlmrnts of Various Klnda Broked by tho Obscrraiicrj or the Day In Thli City A , Timely Hnasestlon to Millionaires) A Thrilling: Tulo rrom tho Author' Club, that AIny or May Nat be True. i Ho wis an old fellow a very old follow with the snows of fully seventy winters I whitening his brow. Ho was nu old gentlo- I man by reason of his age, and an old fellow ) becnuso of his couvivality and choico of asso- cintcs. J Tho old fellow was holding forth to a num. ' ber of old chappies in the Hoffman Houbo Billon. Thoso old chappies were not old chappies becnuso they wero particularly I elderly, but for tho renson that tho expression had tho seal of Anglicism upon it. They iwere, in fact, young incu. with downy prom ises of future ticrco mustnehes which con stnntly fringed tho succulent heads of hugo valking-Hticks. ,, Tho old follow's lips droppod words...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 January 1888

sHwu' r' I V 4 . THE WORLD: MONDAY JEVENING, ANtrARTS, 1888r , Kg HOT AFTER THE HOAX FIEND.' V'.'. vWi K$ HE WILL GET AT LEAST A IIORSEWHIITINO RS$ ! WHEN UK IS FOUND. JSyi Indljrnant Relative, of Walter Phelp Dnilgo K3i and MUi Lillian II. Htobc. are Camping W'fS'' " Trail of the Youth Who Cnu.ed VdK"' the Publication of lb lingua Marring KJli', Notice Mr. Robbing's Denial. Vi The DocIro, Stokes and Fliolps families nro HvS ' still in a stato of oinspcrAtiou nnd c-citoronit BWfo' over tlio cniel lionx ierpctrntcil on tlicm by K?4 tlio bogus mlvortisomcnt in vstiinlny 's paper ffijif of tho marriaco of Wnltcr l'liolps DocIko and mm SUBS Lillian II. Stokcc Ksk A united effort is being mado by Mr. An- Iw' (pistUB D. Juillard, Mr. Thomas Stokes, Miss ply" Stokes's father; Mr. Gcorfro E. Dodge, tho Ssf. ancle of tbo younc man, and Mr. William E. Ej&ji Dodge to track down and czposo tbo pcrpe Kg' trator of tbo outrage. K Tho person on whom tboy will ultimately HkK- rely for tbo detec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 January 1888

I 5 O'CLOCK " jgv "SrL lP 4 " 5 O'CLOCK I "1 T7YTBA HHl SMPS Bfflllttlfffl 17VT13 A i 1 h ATKA. 1 WW wWWPP h A Tit A. i I PRICE ONE CENT! EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JANUARY I), 1888. EVENING EDITION. rRICE ONE CENT. 11 'CUE USELESS QUARANTINE. JlR. PLAIT SATS THE COMMISSIONERS ARE NOT TO BLAME. (ny Will TTnve Something Co Say to tho Legislature Later On There It no Ronbt About the Dreadful Slate of Things Down tho nay The Evil a Pointed Oat In the Major' Committee5 Report. The office of tho Quarantino Commission, tit 71 Broadway, was deserted when an Eten Ino World reporter callod thoro this morn. Ing. Commissioner Nichols was in Albany, his partner, Mr. Bacon, said, Socretary Mel len was dctainod at homo by illness in his family. President Thomas 0. Piatt was found at tho offlco of tho United States Express Com pany, 82 Broadway. When asked if ho had road tho report on tho Quarantino establishment prepared by Mayor Hewitt's Medical Cominittco, Mr. Piatt said : " No, and un...

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. — 3 January 1888

fBFprt ' WW'' THE WORLiyT TPESPOCY EVEmWgATytJAPY, 7R KB. THE WORLD. PaRSt TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARYS. Eim Ef Hsf BVBBCBZTTXOir TO XHJS JCTBXXXQ Elf aix JSDIXIOIT (Including Teifgt). H PJi? JIONTB, SOCf rxn TBAlt, $3.50. t 'Jri . V1K THE YEARLY RECORD. Kl'l ToUl Number of'World Printed dtuins 1837, III 83,389,828. fft MaSf, Average- per Day f or Entire Year. Ill ; 228,465. ftlm. BIX AB8 OOMPAIlKDi '&. 8If tcrthlp Vail 10. MM. W Tautr Daily SW W3 Teaur. Ttali Atrt. HW&& 1889.. 8.151.10T os.nai ,K, 1888......... 18,BS,288 08,041 PH 1884...-,... 88,510,788 TT.tMSB Mt.mLW 1888...... 81,841,1107 140,387 HnflfiXP 1880........ 70,180,041 108,180 TCiHe 188T- . 83,080,888 888,408 kBlK? Sunday World's Record: fKtKi Over 200,000 Every Sunday During i kHr tho I"itt Two Year B" iBwC average circulation of Tho H&SlL Sunday "World daring 1882 wae 14,737 Hifil'fluf verage olronlation of The is!j. Sunday World during 1888 wa 24,054 5? Ky " average circulation of Tho MS ill Sunday Worl...

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

i - - . . -. . . -..... . - - ?gaaaaaafl VICTIMS OF A CRUEL JOKE. HUM E0LIEE8 SADLY IMPOSED UTOH WHILE GOING TO A PLAI. They Malta Free with Other People' Over coats on a Cold Night and 8tart for Jer sey City Louie Aldrlch Arreats Them and Take Them to Onk Street. Where Tbey (IItb Up the Coats and Go Their Way. Mr. J. M. Hill and Mr. Charles F. PMmor are pretty well known personages In the vi cinity of Union Square. One of tbcm is the owner of tbo Morton House and Union Square Theatre ; tbo other is the losseo of the Union Squnro Theatre and tho patron saint of several famous stars. Mr. Vernam, who runs the Morton House, is certainly as woll known as either of them to the hundreds of actors, business men and "high rollers" who frequent tho Morton House caf 6. One day lost week Mr. James Boach,who is Mr. J. M. Hill's latest theatrical star (barring the distinguished English actress. Miss Holen Barry), came as near to Now York on his pro- Ifessional tour as Jersey Olty. Mr. Hill im me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 January 1888

aW' 4 TnE WORLD : TUfcSDAY EVENING, JANUAR 3, J88B. - 1R 'GOV. HILL'S MESSAGE, aEtHi? (Ccmttnuetl from first page.) sW&L9&t mm&W&nb (nailers as I miT Jndso expedient. I respectfully Hftrflnili fcommend to your consideration the following: HK Hi First An ct reculailDK the employment of aWfliitl' prison labor. WfJf B ? After tne abolition nf the contract system It was lir' VI -'i neldtnat, under exlstlni: lair, the onir sjstcm of fit? mf 3. prison labor mat was loyally evailolilp for opera- JSP, ' lion was tho public account sjBtrni. ,Tho Sninrlii- $! ? Jfi tendentof tslnto Prisons has therefore, no cliscro- t 2 tlon in the matter, in tho nhaeuce of nmriuatlte 1' I tSf legislation. That ivstim, na lias been rejcledly I (f Urged, inouM be rcnulatcd, moulded and re , I stricted, so as to prevent, as far as possib'c, tinjtist , J i5, competition and Interlercnie with outside labor. , E w Tne Leglslsture has heretofore neulcteil to dp. 5 ' tcrmlne ttita question by reccaar...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 January 1888

LAST mfiU ml&IMk Mfwft LAST 1 EDITION. PC TO QwPllP. EDITION. 1 PRICEONE CENT! EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1888. EVENING EDITION. PRICeT)NE CENT. fl OUR USELESS QUARANTINE. JIR. PLAIT SAYS THE COMMISSIONERS ARE NOT TO BLAME. ?hey Will Ilavn Something to Sny to the Legislature Later (In There I. no Doubt About the Dreadful Wlnto of Thing. Down the Hoy The Kvll im Pointed Out In the Mnyor'n Committee's ltciiort. The ofllco of the Qunrnutino Commission, Bt 71 Broadway, was deserted when an Even ing Would reporter colled thero this morn ing. Commissioner Nichols was in Albany, bis partner, Mr. liacou, mid, Socretnry Mel Ion was detained at homo hy illness iu his a family, President Thomas 0. l'latt was found nt tho ofllco of tho United States Express Com pany, H2 liroudwiiy. when asked if he had rend tho report on tho Quarantine establishment prepared by Mayor Hewitt's Medical Committee, Mr. l'latt said : " No, and until I have rend it I cannot dis cuss it. I am i...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 January 1888

; Sff 'ft THE WORLD i TUESDAY EVENING,' JANUARY 3, 1898: 11; THE WORLD. ' Hi if TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3. H&i BUJtSOJtirTIOJf TO 11TE EVENING Efflf ' EDITION (Including I'oilage). Rw hk .tjwj month, 30cf per year, $3. bo. wKSm I THE YEARLY RECORD. Total Number of Worlds Printod during 1887, 83,389,828. Avorogo per Day for Entiro Year. 228,465. SIX YEAIIS COMPARED ; TUB TTOJILD came under Vie present proprtc torsMp May 10, 18S3. Yearly Dully Year. Toml. Avernr. 1BS2 H,lfil,l57 22,331 1883 12,U3B,U38 33,511 1884. 28,lf),78Jl 77,tti2 1885 51,211,2(17 140,387 188(1 70,12(1,011 11)2,12(1 1887 83,3811,828 228,405 Sunday World's Record : Over 200,000 Kvery Sunday During (ho Lnst Two Yours. Tho avorago olrculntiou of Tho Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 Tho avorago circulation of Tho Sunday World during 188JJ was 24,054 The avorngo circulation of Tho Sunday World during 1884 was 70,085 Tho nvorago circulation of Tho I K Wft Sunday World during 1885 was 100,030 I Wm'' ' ' ftTcrnR ci...

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

THEWORtt): TtJESDAirETENTNG; JANflAllY 3, 1888: " 3 VICTDIS OF A CRUEL JOKE. HIGH HOLLERS SADLY IMPOSED UPON WIIILE GOING TO A PLAY. They Mnlte Free with Other People' Over- routs on n Cold Night ami Hturt for Jrr- ey Cltj I.ouln Aldrlcli Arret. Themnnil Taken Tlicni to Ouk Ktrcct, Where They ilvo l,' the Cont anil (Jo Their Way. Mr. J. M. Hill nml Mr. Charles P. rnlmor are pretty well known personages in the vi cinity of Union Square. Onu of thciu is tlio owner of tbo Morton Houso nml Union Bqunro Theatro ; tho othor is tbo lessoo of tbo Union Squnro Theatre tunl tbo patron baiut of Rovcral famous stars. Mr. Vcrnum, who runs tho Morton House, la certainly as well known as cither of thorn to tbo hundreds of actors, business men anil "high rollers" who frequent tbo Morton Houso cafe. One day last wcok Mr. James Iloacb.who is Mr. J. M. Hill's latest theatrical star (.burring tho distinguished English actress, Miss Helen Unrry), cauio as near to New York on his pro fessional tour as Je...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 January 1888

'Hf vt THE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1888. II' !G0V, HILL'S MESSAGE, KHT (Continued fromjlnt page.) W3p'm! rnatleni as I may Judiro expedient. I rcaiioclfullj: mVr'M?if conimeU'l to tour consideration tho lollonliw M MM?' First An aot rsgulatlng tno employment of ' IKiXX&i erteon labor. Ki'lf - After ins abolition of the contract system It was WF'' Iffc' btld that, und.r axtatlnir laws, trie on) ajstcra of El'SLlM prlaon labor that was legally available for opera- WmFwW lion waa the pnbllo account system. The Bupcrln- aVr. i'lf tendent of Btate Frlaona baa, tnerofore, no iliscrc- aWr!! S-'i tlon in I ho matter, tn the ahaence of ararruatlvo KB J f, legislation. That system, as baa been repeatedly R 'I W- urged, ationld be rcsnlated, rnodltled ami re- Si 1 ifc stricted, ao aa to prevent, aafar asposaiblo, unjust MS''! W"' competition and Inlcricrcnt'o with outsldo labor. WnKt- Tho Legislature, baa heretofore ncultted to lc- m!,', I K' termlne this queitlon by ticci'ssii...

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