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

g O'CLOCK M 'lfev aajA' W I g O'CLOCK i I JjjUIlIUiN. PV IWf w HilJlTlOW. J J tlRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1888. EVENING EniTION PRICE ONE CENT. .OUR USELESS QUARANTINE. 4 ME. PLAIT SATS THE COMMISSIONERS ARE NOT TO BLAME. V They Will llnvo Hontctfalnir to Hny tn the Legislature Later On There la no Doubt n Aliout thn Ilrcndfiil Hlnto of Thing Down the Hay Tho livll na Pointed Out In the 7 mayor's Committee' ltcport. J Tho office of tbo Qunrantino Commission, i nt 71 llroadwny, wns dosortcd when nu Even- L ino Would roportor cnllod thoro this inorn 1 inc. Commissioner Nichols wns in Albnny, liis partner, Mr. llacon, said, Socretary Mel lon was detained' nt homo by illness in his Jumily. l President Thomas 0. Plait was found at k tho olllco of tho United States Express Com- pauy, 82 It roadway. when asked if ho had rend tho roport on tho Quarantinn establishment prepnred by Mayor Hewitt's Medical Committee, Mr. l'lntt said : " No, nnd until I'havo r...

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

HF ST THE WORLD: TCJESDAY EVENING JANUARY, 189a' K THE WORLD. saRsV ' B&L MIMkI If JU IYs JvlUsAf af CV. Wm: TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3. m evnaoniPTioiT xo hie evening Hft EDITION (Including l'ottagt). Wm PSIl MONTH, 30c. t PSR YEAR, $3. SO. K THE YEARLY RECORD. KS Total Number of Worlds Printed during 1887, If 83,389,828. RjW . Averogo per Cay for Entiro Year. II 228,465. mSt SIX YEARS COMPARED i FrgjJ ZBR WORLD came under the vrttent proprie- K-W torsMp May 10, 18jj. Km Yrnrly Hnlly mgSS Year. Total. Average. PiCI 1BRU 8,lfll,157 28,331 1 ? S83 12,taa,iaS 33,1)41 5 Ar 1884. 2H, 510,785 77,t2 I KSK 1885 01,241,2(17 140,387 I KK 188(1 70,120,041 108,120 I mfm 1887 83,380,828 228,405 I mm' Sunday World's Record: B nRI Ovor 200,000 Kvery Sunday During V IBi tho Ijl,8t Two Yours. v B3iP. ne OTOraso circulation of Tho I K Sunday World during 18S2 was 14,727 I "mf Tho avorago circulation of Tho 1 jK, Sunday World during 1888 wob 24,054 I fmL The oyorago circulation of Tho I 'Mi. Sund...

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. — 3 January 1888

I . THE WORLD TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1888.' & V;fl I VICTIMS OF A CRUEL JOKE. I . HilM ROLLERS SADLY IMPOSED uTO.N WHILE GOING TO A PLAY. I (They Make Free with Other People Over coali on a Cold Night nud Mtart for Jer sey City I.ouU Aid rich Arrest. Thnn nnd I, Tillti Them to (Ink Ntreet, Where Thojr i CJIto Up the Coat, nmt Go Their Way. Mr. J. M Hill and Mr. Ghnfle- P. TiAAiot' nro pretty well kuowu personages in tho i- !ciuity of Union Square Ono of them is tbo owner of tho Morton Houso and Union Squnro Thcatro ; tho other is tho lussco of tho Union Squaro Thcatro anil tho patron saint of several famous stars.. Mr. Vornara, who runs tho Morton Houso, is certainly as well known as cither of them to tho hundreds of actors, business men and "high rollers" who frequent tho Morton Hotifio cafe. One day last week Mr. James Hoach.wlio is Mr. J. M. Hill's latest theatrical star (bai ring tho distinguished English actress, Miss Helen Harry), camo as near to Now York on his pro 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. — 3 January 1888

'iKr''" " " rnEWoriL tijesdatt evening; yANDAiiY's, isss; ' I if GOV.HILL'SMESSAGE. m&', fr . . ft rniiiters as 1 may Judge expcdlont, I respectfully 5 commend to your consideration tbo following! First An let regulating tbe employment of prison labor - Wvx.tn.iii After tne abolition of tbe contract system It wis BifS aft neld that, under existing laws, the only syaicm of IBH '(ST prison labor that was lctrallr arailatiio for opera- SIH till flon was the publlo account system. The Huncrln- fikV flr tendent ot Btate Prisons baa, therefore, no iliacre- PjB . tlon in the matter, In tbo absence of aninnatlvo legislation. That system, as hut been repoatcdly urged, should be regulated, modified nml re Btnctcd, so as to prevent, as far as possible, unjust competition and Interference with outside labor. The Legislature has hcretoforo ncalctcd to de termine ihiE qneallon by necessary and appropriate legislation. Mr views upon this aubjcot hnvo been go Ireqnontly expressed that It seems ...

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. — 4 January 1888

" - ;'.' l9HJ yM Summing Up: ' CX ! The Year's Total : I Ifl THE WORLD IS THE WMT MEDIUM. WKvt H VVW W V ST P""" IV ' ' yK-i11 II o,boOOrlt5i " PRICE ONE CE.NT. EYENIXG EDITION. jEW YORK, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 4, 1883. EVENING EDITION. TRICE ONE CENT. l JOHN J. O'lMII-N JUBILANT. 1TE SATS IIE WILIi BE RETURNED AS LEADER IF THE EIGHTH. III! Hxplnnntlon of Wby lie Hhoiilit IlnTP liven Vlnillrnlrd lliirncy UuurliO ll I-'ree I.ancr ll'Ilrlcn nml Jinllco Puttersnii X Juki Nod hh Thr.r Pans by John J.; In Iho Sumo Cnr Willi MUn Cleveland. John J. O'llrion, tho Hopttblicnn boss of the Eighth District, walked iulo the. offleo of the Chief of Hurenu of I'.lectious nt I'oliro Hondqttarters lit 10.30 o'clock this morning. The clerks gne n llnppy New Yenr's greet. iliK to their chief mid then congratulated hirn on his success nt lust night's meeting of the County Committee. " They did not down me altogether," ex olnimed John J. Then, turning to The Eve. ino Wormi reporter, who was awaiting his nrr...

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. — 4 January 1888

Mr 2 TIIE WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, 188. . Ml the worl,)- iTill' !W WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4. Itf 'Wn svBscnirnox to hits r?r.vr.vo ' Mat' ED1TI0X (Inttufilng Pottage). if1 5f' PivTJ MOKTn, 30e.; PKIt TEAR, $3.B0. 1 1 THE YEARLY RECORD. 'V ToUl Number of "Worlds Printed during 1887, 83,389,828. S ' Avcrngo per Day for Entire Year. g I 228,465. 'j SIX YEABB COMPARED i 18 J7J WOULD came under (e pi-t-wnt prcprte. &! tortMp itav 10, 18. njfifr 1 1 WWmW Yearly Dolly E ' Yenr. Toiul. Axrriie. K IB2 H.I.M.I5T 22 331 fiB" 18SJ I2,v:ia,2:is :i;i,5ti lii-HK ISM B,iIf,7B.. 77,023 I 1885 01,241,207 14fi,-H7 trW' H8(1 70,120,011 1112, UMI !ll 1887 8,380,828 .lilMU- Ml- ! ' ' Sunday World's Rooord: IpKft' Over 200,000 livery hundny During iiEff "0 '",st Two 'Vciirs. S-'aBfl, "Uo average circulation of Tho liHJf Sunday World during 1832 was 14,727 fBfij The average circulation of The fWkk Sunday World during 1883 w as 24,054 I B'.- The avorngo circulation of The gjfljir Sunday ...

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. — 4 January 1888

THE WORLD ; WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4. 1888. 3 fl ILL'S WELL TIT ENDS WELL A TALE OF OLD NEW YORK. Concluded from Tuesday Keening. y$yY rONcntoringmy offlce ( OHrJ fcJ '10 v'8or mo'0, for vkvm!vr in T,m liml iuvit,'tl tcr xvJvWnNTI to tnko n elm r, uud : j snid, in n charming lvw5 mo.lulated voice, inter. V mY rogntivoly: JRA vp "Dr. Dodwoll?" SpT p" " Yos, mits. Plcnie &!&-&($ ) keep your Bent," I W$r&ipjbJ n' ' with my Sunday ifeijS' peCT 'J0W' atu' my 80"cst 'rs l f - receiving fmilo- in ImMi i r' f li Y iiiiii i WMrQWilffi "'on ' " evo 's over MOsjS? ' wy blandest. VOS I Kaiiiod to catch NSg5?JV nnothrrlooleattueChi. dero'la boots, lint " tlio mice" tvero now nestled out of bight ; to I tiioJ to catch a Rllnipve of her Ince, b it the double veil btill conceded it hko on iron mask. "Yes, miss, I am Dr. Dodtvcll, Can I bo of any service to yon if" I asked, trying to recall my uncle's instruction about dignity, coolness uud perfect so f. possession. With out doub...

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. — 4 January 1888

lK" IS' 4 TIIE WORLD ; WED3JESPAY EVENING, JANDARY 4, 1888. . JjJKk ONLY OiE PKKSON SAW MM. IV ImW XO TRACE rOUD OP T B MISSING 6TAN- II TON' STREET MISSIONARY. KjB l.ilroinl t'lcrirjincn nml llio l'ollce Penreh. fSQ Ins lor Hie Iter. Dr. IMward F. .llllra, hF. M,IM "rrPCi! nut of Kllit In an Hon lf V MTe llrvniril to Hie Poor nnd Unfnr- F' Minnie- IU ItriiHon Tliouglit In lie tin. 'rF nrltlnl from Overwork. I Jtf 1)l0 3tov' 1r r',lwnr'1 " M"'- sector of EfHra Ihc Protestant Kiiiscopnl Church of tlio Ktf. ''IB urination, lu Stnntim Htroct. minister to the h W ,,'c' v's'tor '"' l,0I,r 'richer f the ipno- ' F raIlt nm' wor'vf'r """"'K tho low ly of tho pur- i'MR" iuh, RremRtn have hrcoino in rmnpletely lost WgfL iu ono short hour last l'mlny hb hns been B. )& 8. Connnt, editor of irjrrV HW, since. tm&P oiiu;: to carry 011 Dr. Miloi'd uurk till his re- SJl torn ; tlio Itcv. Dr. Hninsford. whoso nssit. 'Sr untDr. Miles wnsnt fit. OeorRti's Chinch for WfjL. one year t the llev. J...

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. — 4 January 1888

THE WORLD IS THE WANT MEDIUM. V9WVi VNNT HP 3 """. (H i SiSAi52i-- K&t-Aa) obp COPIES. I H FRl'JE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4. 1888. EVENING EDITION. TRICE ONE CENT. ill . ' ' hH JOHN J. O'BUIKN JUBILANT. HE SAY8 HE Willi BE RETURNED AS LEADER OP THE EIGHTH. Ill Kxplnnntlon or Wliy Ho Mlinuld Hnve Ilccn Vindicated Hurney Kourkc n, l'rcp I.nnco O'llrlen iiurt JilMlco l'utti-rnon Just Nntl iih They 1'nss. by Now Adnts .luliii J, In tlio Sumo C'nr Willi Miss Cleveland. John J. O'Brien, tho Republican boss of tho Eighth Disti ict, walked into tho offlco of tlio Chief of lturcau of Elections at l'olico Headquarters (it 10.30 o'clock this moriiing. Tho clerks f.ivo u Happy New Year's greet, ins tu their chief nnd then congratulated him on hUtntccvES nt hibt night's meeting of the County Conimittco. ' "Thuy did not down mo altogether," ox claimed John J. Then, turning to This Even. Ino Wo.nLD reporter, who was awaiting his nrrivn'i, tho Eighth District mog...

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. — 4 January 1888

' the wort-p? wlgAMgrflYlvlSYiii'firiBKfin Mg'T L.L HrBp.M 1 .vtiuinikif IB THE WDRtD. L ---Hr B Hk ? . hf iju rt$u rmhtuxuf o. A KM WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4. tiwt-'if LsFTBT', SUJtBOBIPTIOX TO XllE EYE..!Q Ht'5flrM.'-J EDITION (Including roitage). St PlSr -WW? MONTH, 30c. f PER YEAR, $3.G0. mmm - mfm THE YEARLY RECORD. IM WWW Totil Nnmber ' Worlds Printed during 1837, Mil 83,389,828. ' rlW Average per Day for Entiro Year. Rw 228,465. HI 11 BIX VEAnS COMPARED : BR 'i TaB WORLD camo under the pretfnt proprU- Itf 'iH orftO a 10, 1688. R& W Yearly Illy lVtaVS. Year. Total. Average. BwMae, 18S3 8,131,107 22,33 1 KFWBuT 1883 1C,23a,238 33,041 W H 884- 28,010,780 77,1122 f.iaV' 1885 01,241,2117 140,387 o? itfts 1880 70,1211,041 11)2,120 K&lHitr 1S87 83,38U,828 228,400 KaMt Sunday World's Rocord: avJaaHx Over 200,000 Every Sunday During bbV'bbVF the Last Two Years. H''''BaH.( fraK'att e " circulation of The ? KH Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 8m. Wf$' ne average circulatio...

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. — 4 January 1888

' the World? Wednesday evening, January 4, isss: t ssB Hit WELL TUT ENDS WELL: A TALE OF OLD NEW YORK. Concluded from 'J'uesday Evening. fPON entering my office tho visitor nroiio, for Tim had invited lior to tnko a chair, mid Bald, in n chnrinlng modulated voice, inter. "Dr. Dodwoll?" " Yes, miks. I'leaso keep your sent," I said, with my Sunday bow, nnd my softest, fee - receiving smile lilch. I boliovo, is over my blandest. I glanced to catch another look at tho Cin. clorolln boots, but " tho mico" wero now nestled out of sight ; so I triod to catch n gllmpso of hor fnco, but tho doublo veil still conccnlcd it like an iron mask. " Yes, nilsH, I am Dr. Dodwoll. Can I bo of any servico to you ?" I asked, trying to recall my unclo's instruction about dignity, coolness nnd perfect solf.posseBsion. With out doubt, I was a little Mustered. There seemed a sort of destiny In her entering inv olllco, and 1 could not dismiss from my miuil tho idea that more would yet come of it than now app...

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. — 4 January 1888

WKKp'' a TnE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVE1VING, JANUARY 4, 1888. KB SIRE AND CniLD IN OxNE UHN. W- ' K'l' AN 1MTKE6SIVE FUNERAL SERVICE AT RM&' the riJEss dun. Bfw Hff'SJ jt Henry Illll'i Jahe nmt Tlio.e of Hit Infant MSl w Dnnghlrr rinccil In n Hlnle Itrcrptnrle ImPB TV AfTectltiff Addresses by l'rof. Frllx Adlcr IVl' and the l'rrsldrnt of the Club Four Urn- KRllS' crnlloni Attend tbe Services. Kr' wm 9" n "ble 1n ,hc Llbrarj ' te 1res clab y""- iHEtl ? day morning rested no urn ol Japanese silver '! r. bronze, on the ncrmotlcallj staled lid ol wnlcnwaa KKvb cmtciIJIiIj Inscription: Ete'it ffi 8 iikVn'r Iliu!.' : U m Ti l afd Jl jeara. I 9Jt. Ji r. ELUxon. ated 1 ar. 21 dars. : Uk ir j( " T.ll?..!,"i.!'.?.'!?5l.5'. : MS K - Tl" nrn W,B lwclre 'uchea tiloh, and aronnd it MkJP circled a gracelnl vwenth ol laurel, cnrpul witb a Bk Ungie while roc. Witn n wuc tncasliesof Ilcnrj Iwl V juil and h a lial y daugntcr. crt muted a Tiar nnd fSfit fl ' half ajoat Fruit Tond, L. I. Tlie wreath w is...

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. — 4 January 1888

: -y.??--M-"" ! in -, , m '602 391 Wants lif fM8 fdfittWlfl 83 389 828 H THE WORLD IS THE WANT MEDIUM. OLfP ff ' ffl z&rzr r r YT iivmiAua rita bay foii the whole ykak !W, PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1888. EVENING EDITION. I'RICE ONE CENT. M MISS CAMPBI'LL'S ROMAiNCK. .. PLEDGING nER DIAMOND RING TO SUE COFFEE MERCHANT ARBUCKLE. She AiUi 8100,000 Dnmnse from a Mil lionaire lur Itrcnch of l'romlae of Mnr rlniic Htorr of llio Courtahlp llclnted Allcalim lhnt the Engagement WniDroken OIT When Her Father Failed. A suit for $100,000 damAgos for breach of promise of marriage, which attracts much nttentlon on account of tho standing of the parties to it, is on trial beforo Judge Beach of tho Supremo Court to-day. Tho plaintiff is Mies Clara Campbell, daughter of n well-known iron merchant of Ironton, O. Sho is a blonde, with a shapely figure, bright eyes and a fine complexion. Tho defendant is Charles Arbucklo, the wealthy coffoe merchant of the fir...

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. — 4 January 1888

?Ik v"5 "TOE WORLD ; WEDNESDAY EVENING; JANUARY 188a' ' r'B THE W0RLD-" IhaWKfr WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4. H '-,1k BVBaOXXPTIOH TO XJtT.27 SrSNZKO 9 IE! ' SDlTIOK CIrtelu4lng Toitag). $ H .PJZfl MOUTB, 30c. FEn TEAJt, $3. SO. I III THE YEARLY RECORD. JE $ Votal Number of WorlOa Printed dnrinc 1887, I IB 83,389,828. & BR' ' -Wago Pr Dy for Entire Year. IH 228,465. I-""Hpr SIX YEAB8 COMFAKED t Kw JVJif WORLD came under tht prtient proprie- tip forjh(p Uay 10, 1863. iKf Yearly Dolly jsKji Year. Total. Averne. B 18R2 8,1151,157 22.331 K 1883......... 12,35,238 33,041 K&, 1884. 28,510,788 77,(122 lnfc 1880 01,241,207 140,387 jml, 1880 70,120,041 1112,120 p 188T 83,380,828 228,400 IK Sunday World's Record: jKjf: Over 200,000 Every Sunday During K$t the Iiast Two Years. -H The average circulation of Tho K Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 Lutfe, The nverngo circulation of The EK' Sunday World during 1883 was 24,054 D The average circulation of Tho Bj Sunday World during 1884 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. — 4 January 1888

THE WORLTii 'WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, 1888. . PJ (LI'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL I A TALE OF OLD NEW YORK. 1 Concluded from Tuesday Evening, ft yrrEvyRl N entering my offlco H ( Fnrj! fcl T's''or arose, for !22iMj to tako a chair, and WLll J Bn'1 'n B charming "' I ft-rswS1 modulated voice, Inter- ijL&f t&& "Dr. Dodwoll?" T f " Yob, miss. Plcoso P W co'' your BOftt" jRSJglpBSSjfi'L' said, with my Sunday wmV jV ow' nnd my softest' BL Ms&ux e0 rcoe'T'nB Binilo' llflP9VO1 hich, I botiovo, is over sy 'vlttinr my blandest. "NJSvfiPsS I ciaucod to catch iSS another look at the Cin derolla boots, but " tho mico " were now nestled out of sight ; so I tried to catch a glimpse of her faco, but tho doublo veil still conconled it liko an iron mask. " Yes, miss, I am Dr. Dodwell. Can I bo of any service to you ?" I asked, trying to recall my uuclo's instruction about dignity, coolness and perfect self-possession. With out doubt, I was a littlo flustered. Thero seemed a sort of dos...

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. — 4 January 1888

K ssssssft-' I LB BasaSft'1'' K'::Hr i J THE WORLD? WEDNESDAY EVENING JANUARY 4, 1888. - VijW' . - -- - , ,.. . ",,M MM I """"M"" - Bv ONLY ONE PERSON SAW HIM. gyMl' W '.K? ' K0 moB F0DND op T E MI8bINa BTAM K Hr btebet missionary. Ey HaV) lfrlseopal Clryinen and the Police Naarch UKf; for " RT Dr Edward fllllea, MP, flHtl Vb Brow' na r 8lui ,,oa Bw-HKu' A Ufa Dnvotfd to Ike Poor and Unfr- B$( HHf taaaia-ai Iteaaan Tbonchl to bo Vn. aaWV aaEn ttled from Oror ork. m& HfT The Rev. Dr. Edward F. Miles, rector of P asHrc tIie Protostant Eplieopnl Clnirch of tlio Kef- Ri BKn ormation, in Btnnton Htrret, miuliitor to the B" rick, visitor to the poor, teacher of the igno. WF- jBJls nait nnd worker among the lowly of the par. tT1 iab, Booms to hare become as completely lost B !BS1 in one short hour last Friday as has been 8. K ' B' S. Conant, editor of ITarper'i U'erJUy, slnco iff.' HP 1889 K Bfv The Iter. J. G. Foster, who who is endear- sKasassVl oring to carry on Dr. Mtlos's work til...

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. — 5 January 1888

I .... ...nn. n . ... ..... &K7 yyjjr 'iJJPIP(mW ragfflffi$H 1 f f 5r yr r xJ wiutAtm rmt day poii tub wiiolb yeah. 'xJ&S I j THE WORLD IS THE WANT MEDIUM. V Kjl f7?f 1 H 228 -gl cop,ES $ J, PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARYS, 188S. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. $1 u . . i , kwm I rllt. CARLISLE'S COMMITTEES. JB m u:A MILLS AND ECOTT ARE ON THE 1 WAYS AND MEANS. Jllr. Tlnndall Head Ibo Ajiproprlntlon-The I.lt Announced by the Spenker When the House Convened nt Noon To-Dny Name of tlm Mon Who Have llccn Given the Iniporinut Chnlrnianslilps. ISPECIAI. TO THE WOULD.) Wasiiinoton, Jail. 5. Speaker Carlisle has completed his work on tho comniittoos of tlio House. Horo are sotno of them : Ways aad Means Mills, of Texas, Chairman; McMillan, Tennessee; Breckinridge. Arkansas; BrccMnrldgo, Kentucky; Turner, Georgia; Wll Bun, West Virginia; Scott, Pennsylvania; Bynum, Indiana; Kelley, Pennsylvania; Browne, Indiana; IteeJ, Maine; McKinlcy, Ohio; Dnrrows, M...

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. — 5 January 1888

QQ laaaaaLleaaaaaHaaaaaaaaaaaaMeWaM sj n Jra vttII ym iiBf the worli- I';. B.- " THURSDAY EVENINC, JANUARY 9. BS p- K B BUJtSCKITTIOir TO xitx jtrmnxo E ' EDITION (Including roitttge). II -fR' -WW MONTH, 30c. f PER YKAR, $3.B0. K THE YEARLY RECORD. , B? Total Number of Worlds Frlntod during 1887, H 83,389,828. ;Es Average por Day for Entire Tear. : 228,465. H& Bp BIX TEAKS COMPARED t ! TOB WORLD come under the present proprie- K ' & Yenrly I'nllr , f Year. Total. Average.' aaB-ii 1S8B 8,181,157 22,03 J IWCr 1883., 12,235.238 33,041 j ' 1884.. ..... 28,010,785 77,023 tsKaaW- 1885 .?.. 51,241,2(17 140,387 - H'' 1880 70,120,041 102,120 h tK-- 1887 83,380,828 228,403 iBk Sunday World's Record: ''ir Over 200,000 Every Sunday During IIHBt' the liast Two Year. fLHp"' " average circulation of The fK Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 R' H( The average circulation of The f iP Sunday World during 1883 wag 24,054 i tE' The average circulation of Tho f 'R? Sunday World during 1884 was ...

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. — 5 January 1888

THRONGING -TO THE DANCE. eGIHENTS OF PRETTY GIELS IN CITI W DALLR001IS. CanaMloat Owners Entertain Themselves H nnrl Their Friends The " Hoclal Twenty B 'Attempt n Tragedy, Fallow It with a Comedy nnd Then Have n Dance Cor. oner Levy at au Installation. H Tho city ballrooms wero well filled last night. Pcoplo seemed to hnvo rocovorod H from tbo holiday festivities and to bo seeking H pleasure in merry throngs. Frctty girls H gathered in regiments. H The Evemno World roportor found tho I Canal-Boat Owners' Association having tho biggest kind of a timo at its annual ball. The I mombcrs wero assistod in being jolly by hosts of friends. I Among tho many guests prosent wero : H Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Clargson, Mr. and Mm. William K. Clcarr. Mr. and Mrs. M Qulgley, Mr. anil Airs. t. j. uauou, jur. auu jirs. u. ioi in-, Mr. and Mrs. HurIi Blair. Mr. anil Mrs. II. c. smlih. Mr. and Mrs. C. Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. Jcrc. Illakp. Mr.andMrs. M. McCormack, Mr.and Mrs. Thomas Masun, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mul...

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. — 5 January 1888

WL''- i v Tug wonw , imvjmmY wmmQ, ffvAHr g, im, . 1 W CORSAIR CONRAD MISSING. B i Rl';' WIS8 ANNIE BUUUERTILLFS SUDDEN TO FLIGHT FROM THIS OUT, WW lOke Irfsft Only a Note Hn.jlnB that If Btar DM Erg, Not Appear on Monday 8be Won Id be at KSff tbe Bottom or the I.uke DlTorce l'ro- Kv ceedlrjfra the Cams of All the Trouble Wftw Bbo I Expected Home Next Week. K I m In rery Brest trouble snd bare left tin mnr Jty. H I m not on tbe boards again Monday, I m' antll be t tbe bottom of tbe like. A. 8. Ekh ThU (tAttltng sontenco at the bottom of n tpltort oto rritten on scentoil bluo paper mot l -v ' the eyo of Mnnnrjer ,mM Chnlos E. Rico, of tlie PNK Jiijou Opcrn-IIouso, UK? rR t?&i '' eTen'n8 9' Am.wF'.jI) prosslbljr surprised and tt' rriPRifvvi. ani Veined, for the Sf I" A lotowas in the hand- 3 rltES5,niriP I 'wr'"nB ' kls Princi- IFr 'I'i 1 I ,,a' a0'"58, ss Annlo hub BUMMEBTIU.X. It bad uocn deliv ered in the forenoon, bnt Mr. llico wm not there at the time, mid it was 8 o'clock in...

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