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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 January 1888

....aPTills.lsaaaHaPM mm$imMmu'm'mm h ( ' t iTiMTiiwr r IT' 1 1 i rnTirffWTTaanaiiiWisfeiaM Ijl H MMrVll''Mi' ,fj f ""JrUtMMMfcPWt MO.MIJJOIIMWMMM llillll IAMwJw nSfVilf ' .' WB iSMJante flfW ASfUlfll 83,389,828 1 THE WORLD 18 THE WANT MEDIUM. , W tKfWWT?TO ""'"""ooTVop'o" " ' PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1888. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. 'fl EXTRA C0RB1N MS NOTHING TO SAY. HO CmOTJUR WILL BE ISSUED TO THE SOIIUILKILL MINERS. No Chango In Iho Hltnallon To.Day It li Denied llint Private Operator ore Work In; Their Mine A Ijong Conference ThU Morning Detween the President and General Manager of the Reading Uoad. tsriciAi. to tbx would. Philadelphia, Jan. 6. Frogidont Corbin, of iho Beading BoJlroad Company, was cloi otod for a long while with Qeneral Manager MaLood this morning, and tho supposition was that tho circular which it was currently rumored would bo sent to the miners to-day, offering a proposition to compromise, was in course of prepa...

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

mf HH 1mKr..i. r i wm . . . iWkjTthe world. '$VMWmW$ r aKfilv: THURSDAY EVENINC, JANUARY 9. atlaEHrV bvbbcihttiox xo hub xrsiriyo fogJBf' Bl' ' EDITION (Including Voltage). ikjjmmWBifi rSB M0N71' 30c VEIt YEAH, $3.50. Bp, THE YEARLY RECORD. u'f iMjKri Total Number of Worlds Printed darinc 1837, 11' 83,389,828. V WmkW DM Average per Day for Entire Tear. i'S'K 228,465. ' ftf'SpRf Brx YEARS COMPARED: W n!KK?4 TAT WOULD came under the present proprie- I MhkBv toriMp May 10, 18S3. t MaaBlaPt'"1 Yearly Dolly KIH-Ik Tear. Total. Average. IWBIBm? 18S9 R.151,157 22,331 KvHBK 1H83,-,.,,,.., 12,35,1!38 33,541 CTBEK?'' 1884. 8, 010,785 77,1)22 FyPaWM&. 1885 01,241,207 140,387 rnsBcBK 1B80 70,120,041 102,120 LJShK v8 83,380,828 228,403 fflnflP" Sunday .World's Record: B9HHk Over 200,000 Every Sunday During wfjHEPf tho ttnat Two Years. IJBUSKff s "vernge circulation of The ESRPV Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 B9HTHr? The average circulation of Tbo imBRR? Sunday World during 1883 was 24,0...

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

I THRONGING TO THE DAM. I REGIMENTS OP PRETTT GIELS IN CITT I BALLROOMS. I Canal-Boat Onnen Entertain Themselves I and Their Friend The " Boctat Twenty I Altrnipt n. Trnaedy, Fallow It with a B Comedr and Then Ilnve a Dane Cor- oner Levy nt an Instullntlon. I Tho city ballrooms woro well flllccl last sight, People scomod to havo rccoTorod from the holiday fostivltics and to be seeking ploasuro in morry throngs. Pretty girls gathered in regiments. Tux Evenino "Would roportor found the Canal-Boat Owners' Association having tho biggest kind of n timo at its annual ball. Tho mombors wero assisted in boing jolly by hosts of friends. Among tho many guests present were t Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs. William K. Cleary, Mr. and Mrs. M Qulgler, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Col lin, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Blair. Mr. and Mra. II. C Smith. II r. and Mrs. C. Watklns, Mr. and Mra jcre. lllake, Mr. and Mrs. M. McCormaek, Mr. and lira. Thomas Mason, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mulligan....

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

WPWT? vcfj'r''; -' , " the woRiip i TOujuHuy " Bjnmjk vmAnr jh im l L . - a TnHVl BRI " ..jt W W Wi IWM I ...I.... I I ! Sills ,, I,,, ,,,. I I -. . ..I. . .! I ,. . WM. i HWlllW'll'll Wi W W I '" 11 "P "1 iM yfci'' vCORSAffi CONRAD MISSING. .V . IHjKf Haas Anm bumheryillts budden fEHp t vuohi from this cm. t'iHt Hj lpft Onlr a Nolo Sarin (bat If Bhr Did 5RL KG W,t A",ur SB Olendar Bha Weald be at HaW' E" oe Dettora of the Lake Dlrorco Pro- 'fissK HEw etedlBe the Came ef All the Trouble aaBaKBi'V Sae ! Bxptctee! Heme Next Week. IfH$ & , f am In vsty critt tronbto and hare ten the VaK-iaHr- -r"T. If J ra not on tho board again Monday, I 'fawH " b " "" bo,tom ot t& Mke 8- 2BkH$ This ttortllntr sontenoe at tho bottom of a PB.flr) i rhort note written on scontod blue paper mot 'HA, &Mm Obarlos E. Woo, of tho fctKBI'V PPaM Bijou Opera. Houso, .SHpK ' jfifv laV ( eTcnlnc. WsKflff Kw $ a mKti r "co wtts 'nox- FaB'eBb" AaM'jHiXO prossibly surprised and HK pfSTvv. "n Pa'n0( for t...

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

summing up : "Ivr jyiLJtS3!5J9Ll. iM JS??l!Wants.. fiflft- SmJPI ASQ'iMfll 83,389,828 1 THE WORLD IS THE WANT MEDIUM HTfWf T of NSSXSV r-- .wiuobpebdatmb tib wuouim $ I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1888. EVENING EDITION. TRICE ONE CENT. Jl MORE LETTERS TO " BONNIE." MILLIONAIRE AEBUCKLE'S TENDER EFFU SIONS KFAD IN CODRT. Mis Campbell Hnyn That lie Blexed (ho Cor rcnpoudpnro, but She Unit Tnken Copies lleproachen for Postponing theiUnrrlnge 3Ir. Arbuclile's KUtcr Objected lo tlio gflllHBPinent Under Cronn-IIznmlnutlon. Tbo trial of tlio wiit ot Miss Clara Cnmp 1)oll against Charles Arbuoklo, tbo wholesale cofToo merchant and millionaire, for breach of promise, of mnrrlago was continued boforo Jtistico Ileach in Fart IV. of tho Snpromo Court to-day. When Miss Campbell appeared in court to-day her stylish attiru was almost hidden ly a flno plush coat. On hor head was n llttlo bonnet of bright blue vol ct. Sho was accompanied by two female- friends. Sh...

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

FWKi'THE WO RED. HHk & ,;BhH1 . -'f SHk'V THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9. :uK"i- (tvnscnzrTTo.y to hie xrnifisa i H1k$ r.VlTIOX (Including Voltage). P B Mil MONTH, 30c.f PER YEAR, $3.B0. I BR THE YEARLY RECORD. r - K? Total Number of Worlds Printed during 1887, '" H- 83,389,828. p BE' Average per Day for Entlro Year. I MMl 228,465. II HI' -SIX YEARS COMPARED : K 'flsHsW1- rHt WORLD crime under the prevent propria- & Bff torftp Jftit 10. 1883. K"; HK Yearly Unity r'tK'' Year. Total. Avtrng. !& Hftt 18R2. 8,101,157 22,331 fl -K t883( l2,taa,tlH R3,B4I I'Hff 1884. 28,010,783 77,022 E&JK- 1888, 01,241,2(17 140,387 rr'Br ibho 70,120,011 102,120 VsatBtaW ' 1887 83,380,828 228,403 ft?" AbbhsV" if-'satataVt Sunday World's Record : ImoHk Over 200,000 Every tjumlity During iKWmMm&i tl'o hunt Two Years. WktfWwWi The averngo circulation of Tlio KaK Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 Hi'' sBsBBsni a vflHPt Tbo averngo circulation of Tho & Sunday World during 1883 was 24,054...

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

- - . . i li a. .,.. t.,a 9 " i.aaj.i ml i . . . . ...-... t j. a .. " - .... .. . . . . 1 f "Tlr rr''JflLBanaBaaBaal THRONGING TO TIIOaM' ' REGIMENTS OP PEETTI OIELS IN CITI BALLROOMS. CnnnMlont Otrnera Entertain Thrmaelvre nml Their Friends Tlio "Worlnl Twrntjr Attempt a Trnscly, Follow It with a I t.'nnirit mid Then Hnve a Dance Cor oner Levy nt nil Installation. ! Tlio city ballrooms woro well filled Inst nicht. 1'coplo seemed to havo recovered from tho holiday festivities nud to bo seeking ploasuro in merry throngs. Pretty girls gathered in regiments. The Evening Would roportor found tho Ganal-Uont Ownors' Association having tho , biggest kind of a timo nt its annual ball. Tho members woro assisted in being jolly by hosts of friends. Among tho many guosts present woro t t Mr. and lira. K. M. Clarksou, Mr. and Mn. William K. Clear?, Mr. and Mm. 11 Qulaler, Mr. and Mn. T. J. Dalton, Mr. and Mra. (1. v. col ia, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh lilolr. Mr. and Mrs. II. . c. smith, Mr. and Mra. C....

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 January 1888

Ek' tTllE BATTLE OF THE MINES. EH IK ' IB JJOW THE COAL STRIKES REAOIIED THEIR WmWt TRESENT GREAT TROrflRTIONS. fit Wf fVtll Iho Wyoming Miners bo I)rarn Into S" the Fight T How a Prolonsntlon of llna- IkS" lllltl" Woulil Altcct New York Ilia Conl (vK, Dtnler. Ilrclnre There la Nothing to KSKro Apprehend Other Not ao CouflilonU m MB trbero are. tew Industries In which the rnbllo la W f ' j1imUT concerned u that of coal raining, and HMffl; the strike of Ibo minors In tho Lonlgh region last V ( September and that or tnoso In tho BchujUlll SSi &L region a few dajr. ago havo an Interott for ovcrjr E E one ,n xb0 Ea3t' wticre anthraclto la iho foci for all ' fijjt' doinwtlo and (team purposes. A coal famine, at fir tills season especially, Is to bo dreaded, for It not j S only means to tho poor a deprivation of ono of the w Sh nccensarlcs of Itfo In this region, hut a surpcnslon ' Wt of faetoiles and work and a consequent loss of fiS wages to tho bread-winners, with all which that ( ...

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. — 6 January 1888

WBfirBaMlllW!MW ',-' -i!Wl f .. i s Ti'flH 1 THE FIRST AHD USfi ftsS V l Yeatly CitcillalJOH CoilipB 9 NOVTlll""v"irtr.d",rMll,",y,,,t r&5?E Ev$i tlV fjkr J0 fJU STZUk ',rA A SfllW Jjfe 11 S? Abbm-bhIo Clrrnlnllnn of TI11 . in rin M Y'ar 1'rnt rruprlcvoA,!.!", I COC Will llllffi lfHVTi (1 k H&h 1 Mi ( 1 ffl llf OKI.I fr 12 .Month, r 1883. I,Z4,040 JH no. ok ooLJnsn.-,TT &lylw EffliifflMffira '11' ftl! AS?..?"?!!5? 81,241,887 II PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JANUARY (5, 188S. EVENING EDITION. . TRICE ONE CENT. TJB - J . !& ABY BUSTING SHEDS TEAKS. A JI01S.1' ECENE MAttKS THE BREAOH-OF- rnoMisE buits tihud day. Pilau Campbell Also Weeps nil I.nvrjor Par sons Tell How Illurli Mr. Arbucklo JLovrd llrr mid How Who Vnn Too I'rr. luiin In IlrhiKltiK llic hiift Oho Look Look Across n Tnblo Tlio Defense Iichuii. Tho third day of tho entertaining comedy, " Clara Campboll against Charles Arbucklo ; or, Tho Lovos of llunnlo nud Naughty Haby Hunting," brought...

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. — 6 January 1888

HKr 2 TITE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 0, I8S8. , I Hf THE WORLD. Hf yAVfK; FRIDAY EVENINC, JANUARY 6. sMHsHsf,. f$VBBcniPTiox to me srmfixa -gtmwmf- EDITION (Including Tottnge), IKl FJEB MONTH, 30c.f PEli YEAH, $3.50. Hf THE YEARLY RECORD. R H Total Number of Worlds Frintcd during 1837, Hv 38 9,828. fHWA& ' Averngo per Coy for Entiro Year. Kt 228,465. R' SIX YEAltS COMFAltEDt JMkwJaWfr rnB WORLD came uiidrr the jnrirnt jnvprlr- f'BV JoriMp May 10, ltto3. IIKf ,. Yrnrlr I'nllr PsHHjny Yenr. Toinl, Avrrnsje. LLJjVArI' 1888 '... s.isi.irn 22,3:11 CV' 188a 12,235,8:18 :l3,."i 1 1 & 1884. 28,5111,785 77,1122 LSjHHK:cV 1S85 51,241,2(17 140,987 jHsHKf 188U 70,1211,041 1112,1211 HjfljjVK' 1887 83,380,828 228,403 K& I I I I jWflvMfL Sunday World's Rocord : jjVAVAg, Over 200,000 Kvory Sunday During Wmi tl10 lanst Two Years. QEV ttho nvorago clrculntiou of Tho IjVaVaKtf Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 HR:h Tho nvcrngo circulation of Tho H& Sunday World during 1883 wan 2...

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. — 6 January 1888

TOE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY' 6, 1888. 3 "SB , NOTED IN THE BALLROOM. f THE HENKI P. GREENE ASSOCIATION IN TAMMANY HALL. plonry Fnt Where It Would Do the Most flood Mnrrlril People Unjoy Themselves nt it (irnnil Army Unit Dnvlil H. Ilroivn fc :.' IJuiplnrera llnTP nn Unterlnln. nient Hoclnblo (Scrinnna Dimelng. A ploosant douce was givon last night by tho Henry V. Orccno Association at Taui. many Hall No particular attention was paid to decorations, the boys putting tbo money which might bavo been used for such pur poses into fancy orders of dancing. John P. lJoylc led tho grand march with Mrs. Morgan, followod by William D. Flyiin with Mrs. Kerns. Joseph I Coyno was chairman of tho committee Young Prof. Sauso was at his best as ho directed his orchestra. Among tho guests wero i Mrs. K. Wade, Mrs. .1. Younir, Jllsa Kwtis, Mr. Harry (Iriene, ilim K. Dowicy, Mrs. L. lleek man, Miss It. Dully. Miss Kate Dully, Miss Anna Ksrralhr, Miss Mcllheriy, .Miss A. DuITr, Miss Kmma Reynolds...

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. — 6 January 1888

H;4 f THE WORLD: FRIDAY RVENINCI, .TANfJARY 0, I88& HBr . , . -- ... i - - - .. - -..-,-, , ,- .- - i - ' i ..i. , Kr ftOUNG DODGE'S SILLY FUN. H rIS ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING NOTICES WERE ONLY HIS "JOKES." VlInTfovr Admit! Ihnt Tliey Wrrsi Tory Rtuplit, K and la Very Born He l'erprtrntrd Thriu ?, ! II nek nl Ynlf 1ml He May Not JU'mulii KR -. There He Iln Apnloalxeil to lha Young Rt l,nily nrtil Her I'litber. !' lnrxciAL to mr -wont.o.1 Btf Uw IUvkn, Conn., Jan. 6 "It was only a lHl joke." Shit wa Walter rhclpi DodKc's cxplans. IP R Don ot nil I art In the escapade that ha divided LH HgBlnstthertiaclYes the Stokes, Phelps nnd Hodge UKf by his publication ot his alleged marriage with Miss ,v Lillian May Blokes, the scvcntrcn-ycnr-nld Oaujfh- ltK'- ter of Thomas Stokes, and who lost her mother RT but a few weeks ago. Ho Is the. sou ot I). Stuart Rflf' bodge, ol Mmibury, Conn., and New York. K', Walter Phelps Dodge entered Yale lust fall ns a PH FrcaCraan lu the c,olicge; he failed t...

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. — 6 January 1888

tWWPWtlPPlMasWsxWiMaBsMsWMsWsWsMi r i B 1 THE FIRST ANDTLAynl "IfcliSike v l Yearly Circulation Goinparisanl ' I JN00f-pm"",wirrif.',v.rr,.,"l".,,r,.V,"t SSSSJ' IltaV .effee ?r 7$T"C x flj 7?tf''' Tf 1 kAA I b ABgrrgnlo Circulation of Till! In nin rin 1 In Till. WOULD ilnrltur Dm l'lmt TXsidk eYNAS WVA. 7fl -V A-VJiSr K-l22 -JLAtA W (. wflL I ffWS X'BRy' 1 vJrVm Wllltl l fnr 12 Ainmi.. .rmni IZ.ll.nlH " -or the 1'rci.ciit l'roi.rlctnrslili. A COC flMli I lllliial lTP TxrtStaLjfll' tfli K VB tM ?1 S 1 I I ill 111 ill WOlli.li Tor 1Z Montlm or 1883. lAjaVriU'rU $ NO. OK COLUMNS I'UINTI'.II DUItlMi 1887 I YWWSr W IP X lT)l"i Bm!fi!i!iSlMMM! Py Mr W W 1885..'....." .'.".I'.."...?.. U.,141,UU( fl itf &r7CT& I fvJ- - c rvoKP'u a t;) Tiir.woiti.nioriaMiiniiii.HJ JHU H ' , Jft-.5J' JF r L-j QOi:SKi of 1887..... ........ . . ... OJJuJ)0.0, s-l PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING- EDITION. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JANUARY (5, I88S. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. II BABY BUNTING SHEDS TEARS. A M0I8T SC...

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. — 6 January 1888

p 2 TIH3 WORLD : FRTDAY EVENING, JANUARY G, I8S8. L ssLlssssssssB l - - - - . - i i iii ii -iaaass- sssssssssssssssmsis K' lTHE WORLD. BkssMHr Hf; FRIDAY EVENINC, JANUARY 6. M. svDscnirxiox to xun evening HF EDITION (Tntliidtng Pottage). 1 psr iroyra, 30c; run yeau, .fs.so. i THE YEARLY RECORD. W H ToUl Ntunber of Worlds Printed during 1837, f 83,389,828. Hi Averaco per Day for Entlro Year. f 228,465. iHf SIX YEARS C0MFA11ED : Hi fas WORLD came under Ute present pvprte J. UriMp Hay 10, 18J3, Hf Yearly Iinlly Ycnr. Total. Avrrnge. 18S2 8,101,157 28,831 1883 lS,3a,!238 33,511 1884. 28,510,785 77,1)22 1885 51,241,207 140,387 18SU 70,120,041 1112,12(1 1887 83,380,828 228,405 Sunday World's Rooord : Over 200,000 Kvery Sunday During tho Last Two Years. Tho averaco circulation of Tho Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 1 ' The average circulation of Tho Hf Sunday World during 1883 was 24,054 HlF The average circulation of Tho Hf Sunday World during 1884 70,085 H The average circulation 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. — 6 January 1888

TTIE WORLD: FRIDAY RVRWTKG, JANUARY (S, 1888. S J M N01ED IN THE BALLROOM. THEHENKY 1'. GREENE ASSOCIATION IN TAMMANY HALL iMonoy Put Wlicrn It Wniilil Do llio Itlnat (Jonil Married 'i'onnlo llnjoy TlicnmcHru it n (Trnnil Army llnll IIhtIiI H. Ilroivn I iV Cn.'s tiinillipi'H Ilnvc mi i:iiirrlalu. I incut NnVlntflo (irrniiiiiN Mulleins. .A pleasant dnnco, was given last nlcht by tho Henry P. Clrcono Association lit Turn, miiny Hull. No particular nttcntion was paid (o decorations, tho boys piiltins tbo money which might hao been used for such pur l)oscs into fancy orders of dancing. John 1'. Doylo led tlio grand march with Mrs. Morgan, followed by William 1). I'lynn with Sirs. Kerns. Jobeph 1. Ooynu was chairman of tho committee Young Trof. Sauso was at his best as ho directed his orchestra. Anions thu guchts woro : .Mr. 11. Wntle, Sirs. J. Youiir;, JINs Kcurni. Mrs. Harry (ineuc, Jlim K. Dowler, Mr. L. Keek limn. Miss 11. DuUr, MIsh Kute Dully, .Mms Anna -'rrlly, Miss Mcllhcny, .Min...

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. — 6 January 1888

K THE WORLD j FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY fl. 1888. I II I M U If FIRST GUN OF A BIG STRIKE. fjy ,, ..- Bp, BAYID UIRSCH'8 (HOAR-MAKERS OPEN THE III BATTLE TO-DAY. HyL Thej Quit Work In n llodjr la Protest Against flff the Redaction or Wnn tin" the Return ByL la the Tenement-IIonae Hyatem There lire Dtay be 8,000 Men Out by Manila? Tlmr- mm, ber, Whjlanil A: Co. to be Iloyrottrd. WfM Tho International Union ciRrtr-makors flrcd a tho first gnu tliU inornlnp; nrjnliist n rctltic. j tlon of wntjoB by striltiiiR in tho nianufnctory ffl of David Hindi, in Korty-firut ntroot, be- M tween Second unci Third monuos, twonty- W coven hands going out. f Mr. Hirsch is n patriarch in tlio Ilnntifrie- f turcrs' Association. Ito has been favorably Ijj known as a fnir man towards bis hands. H In nccordanco with tho general nndcr- K standing nmong tho manufacturers ho pavn tffit notice of a reduction of 1 per 1,000 lor the M making of cigars of all grados in bis nianu- factory. W His employees thought it...

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. — 6 January 1888

I jasl 1 THE : FIRST MPJMj """laRS vi. i Yearly CFcylatioirCooipisi Jl No. of Column of Advertising Printed t&SSSP V.A .asV tfhr TX., Wl C fCI'L TETAftk s&Zi sSm &kv)oV& 1 C? ABre,Tnto Circulation of TIlEinninnn 5?.T"? .lvoi"-D j1"" fh.e ".t1 . .. varaT IaW rtf A-ML1 i3u-VM v--3- -V ( (- I fllrtl ilr I ffT(l wom. roria Month, or i8S3. 2l242iB4B ! Year or the Present Proprietorship 4 pnr IM a W lffl ITI t U XJSvl if I S J(.iM veil V 1 I I 1 1 I 9 J " l",w SH (1883) .'. ,,b0 a kl 1 1 IHK tli......M 1 ASgEg'l 0 V., l-lll (im Bl 111 j 1 111 1 I H8 Aggregate Circulation or THIS -. ... - limi81 I !1 JIIL nPflttHliiT' fl iTilMiBflVv I hJSllmlVrL VvL. VW' 4 HL II J L i fl. II woiir.o ror is Month or 1,4 9H QB7 $ NO. OF COLUMNS FIUNTlCII.IUmiNU IH8T1 mKSf W W)Fk. fmrnmYlMWW fj NMW NK W' VKSK ,885 UI,lVM,00l M g.. -,.-,.. ... .., NS' yJt VVP?v!MSSnnT T' - - V Jr V V 0 , AggTegnte Clrrnlntlon or An tin it tff fSnnl I Tl ftPS Clfc'r, t IS--? ' f5s3p$Sr ! K ' J) TiiKH'oni.iiioraz...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 January 1888

LswaWaM' ' ' KY 2 TnE WORLD t FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 0, 1888. 1 H; THE WORLD. IBM rtrci r a jvm jttHaMa cb, Hl' FRIDAY EVENINC, JANUARY 6. B pvnscnirxioN xo 21111 uriiNixa gHEvt EDITION (Including Toitage). HK itONTll, 30c. f VElt YKAIi, $3.50. Hf THE YEARLY RECORD. H Total Number of 'Worlds Printed durinc 1887, f 83,389,828. JHP' ' Averago per Day for En tiro Year. H' ' 228,465. IHf V srx YEARS OOMPAIIED t JHot? ' IffR WORLD came under IA pretent pivprte- Hgi tOTiMpifat,10. 1883. HB ",r!jr .Dni,r K, Tear. Toial. Avernc. PaHf?!. 1882 8,151.157 22,331 LHa" 883 12,235.238 33,541 Bt' 1884. 2S,5I,785 77,1)22 n 1885 51,241,2117 140,387 Pl 1880 70,120,041 102,120 Huf,, 1887 83,380,828 228,405 f: J 1 I ' k- 8unday World's Record : H;-- Over 200,000 Every Sunday During Bv the Last Two Years. IKv. The averago circulation of Tho H Sunday World during 1882 wns 14,727 jHET " The average circulation of Tho K Sunday World during 1883 was 24,054 tB; The. average circulation of Tho L Sunday World ...

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. — 6 January 1888

Tisssssrg!sfflggrrgegegrlsgsssis7 'ilsH I EsH SH 1 . THE WORLD t FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 6, 1888. & '''9 ' NOTED IN THE BALLROOM. TUB HENRI F. GREENE ASSOCIATION IN TAMMANY HALL. Money Put Where It Would Do the Moat Good ninrrlcil People linjoy Themselves nt n Grand Army Ilnll David 8. Ilrown 6c C'o.'n Kinployern Harp nn lintcrtaiu- 1 ment Hoclnblo German. Untieing. A pleasant dnnco 'was givon laBt night by tho Henry P. Grcouo Association at Tntu. ninny Hall. No particular attention was paid to decorations, tho boys putting the money which might havo boen usod for such pur poses Into fancy orders of dancing. John 1'. Boylo led tho grand march with Mrs. Morgan, followed by William D. Flynn with Mrs. Kerns. Joseph P. Coyno was chairman of tho committco. Young Prof. Sauso was at his best as ho directed his orchestra. Among the guests were : Mrs. II. Wade, Mrs. J. Yonnir, Miss Kearns, Mrs. Harry Qreene, Mis) K. Dowler, Mrs. L. Meek man, Miss M, lluny. Miss Kate Duffy, Jltss Auua Fsr...

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. — 6 January 1888

f ' THE WORLD: FRIDAY RVENING, JANUARY G, 1888. awaawaKC' . - , , M i i i- i i i FIRST GUN OF A BIG STRIKE. H iAYD HIHSOffB 0101B-MAKERS OPEN THE Hff BATTLE TO-DAY. LBfr' HfW thtr Quit Work Id n Body to Protest Airntnit H( tfio Hednetlon of Wage, and the Kelnrn H -to the Teaeneat-IUase Britain There Bl' May bo 2,000 Men Out by Dlooday Tkar. KtV brr, Wfcyland ds Co. to bo UoycoMod. Kfc The International Union clear-makers fired Kr the first gun this morning agaiust a rcduc- Hft, tlon of wages by striking in the manufactory Kfi' of Dayid Uirscb, In Forty.first street, bo. Bfi, twcwn Second and Third avenues, twenty. kST seven hands going out. Kf Mr. Hirsch is a patriarch in tho Manuf ac- KX- tunra' Association. lie has been favorably K, known as it fair tnan towards his hands. H& In accordance with tho ccnoral under- B,j- standing among tho manufacturers ho gave Kf aotice of a reduction of SI per 1,000 lor the H(V saking of cigars of all grades jn his manu. B& factory. Kr Ills...

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