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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 January 1888

GREAT DETECTIVE STOBYJ -1?- j Stories of Sins Sine Gonvicts.ir m SECTION 558 ; or, The Fatal Letter. wtff frtj 'M.n-t JfPlll fif1!t I riol v FiftinmateB'of'thoitnto prison Writo lJ From Pgg Bymoa' l?!y ISSHyS IPJ' 4P - ILlP THE SUNDAY WORLD fl Opening Chapters in THE SUNDAY WORLD KTTSP? i 1) VNP" Facta About Thoir Lives, Their Crimes 'll L - -I iJsAs5j7i and Their ABpirationB. WM PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1888. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. fl THEIR FUN WENT ALL AWRY. BAD ADVENTURE OP TWO TOUNQ MEN; AT THE THALIA THEATRE. They Disguised Themselves With Falae Whisker nml Followed a Young Woman la Hie Theatre, Where nu Unfeeling Pollrcmnn Arrostcd Tlinn Trembling With Fright llcfbro Justico Smith. Henry Fndorntein, nu insurance agent nt 230 West Twtmty.fourth street, and lingo Bondy, a worstod.goods salesman, who lives at 23 West Eleventh streot, hove almost as novel nn idea of fun ns that evinced by Walter Phelps Dodgo, and tUcy gnvo their fun...

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. — 7 January 1888

H? ?'-i'"A ' f ' IKt', tv ' .''' fll Kr 2 THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 188a . ?; THE WORLD. Ki'' - HP? Hh SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7. H! Bt' BVB8CSITTIOX TO MTU JBrEMXO Kh EDITION ( IntXuding rottage). Hf ' JPSJl MONTH, 30c. FEIt YEAIi, $3. BO. R THE YEARLY RECORD. S& Vf'f Stotal Number of Worlds Printed durin 1887, Bjif 83y3899828a KT , Average per Day for Entiro Year. tr m, 228,465. . '" HI Kf . , BIX TEAKS COMPARED i H, TBS WOULD oamt under the jmtent proprit. Hp torthtp May 10, 1888. --H-,-"' i i i fef Vearly Dally K,1 Year. Total. Average. Ht.'U 188. 8,101,107 88,331 H.'' 1BB3 18,830.838 3.1,541 BF'; 1884. 28,010,788 77,028 ..feii 188S 01,841,8(17 140,387 B5. I880 70,180,041 108,180 Kt 1887 83,380,888 288,40ft LLLLLnfi- K' ' Sunday World's Record: K . Over 200,000 Kvory Sunday During H" the Iinst Two Years. K Tho nverago circulation of Tho Hj Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 ' The nverago circulation of Tho BJ Sunday World during 1883 was 24,054 R The BTerage...

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. — 7 January 1888

1? J-" t? -v trWV? TTF SH I , THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1888. J j9 I OUT FOR AN EVENING DANOE, EOENES OP GAIETI ON TUB PL00E8 OP BALLROOMS. The Volunteer Roclnt Clnb Gathers fits Friend In Irving Hall Hketche of tlie Coatumea of Home of the Imdlee The Enterprise Association Crowd Taramnny Hull Events of the Future. Tho Yankee yacht was not slickor going through tho water than br nameBako, the Volunteer Social Clnb, was last night in car lying out tho arrangcmonts for its hall, which was given in Irving Hall. Tho floor was crowdod with tlancors and all seemed to enjoy themselves. Following aro tho officers of tho clnb ! Daniel Toad, jr.,Freildent; It. Bryan, First vim. President; II. 1). Goodman, Second Vice-President; O. W.Allen, Treasurer; E. II. Ward, Financial Sec retary; 8. F. Scott, Iteoordlng Secretary; W. U. Connor, Corresponding Secretary; C. Eagleson, Bcrgeant-at.Arm. The plcasuro of tho guests was in tho hands of : Floor Manager, Geo. F. Wallace; Aailitant Fl...

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. — 7 January 1888

H . a TnE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 7. 188. ' . 1 B UoRSE-OWMERS SURPRISED. F THBA MUTUAL BENEFIT A8S0OIATI0N Hp. GIVES UF Tll GH03T. Hf K H DlMnBBr Found that the Scheme or Hln Jttor. Insurance Didn't Tar Tho Affair WK to tlie Band of a Receiver and Ainnr or K the Ntockholdero Anxiously Inquiring H&u, What hu lleen Done with the Money Kut Alter b troubled existence) of a littlo mora than a B, Jta the norse-Oirner's Mutual Hcneflt and Indent- K& HHy Society ha yielded to the Inevitable outer KM W. West, as counsel for lttcelm lloswell II. EH Rochester, now occupies the cosy offlcei at No. M K& Broadway, and declares he li trying hla best to Kr straighten oat affairs, io that claims against the Kty1. society by men whose horses It Insured shall all bo Kify satisfied, and the organization be allowed to pass KiU quietly ont of existence. Despite tbe fact that the Efl beard of manners la made up ol very reputable Wjf tnen, tome misaligned clslmanta are load In tholr B...

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. — 7 January 1888

'491 jlGREAT D ETECTI VE STORY "Irsfe V i 3:" 9 From tho Diarjr of Inspector Byrnes. MWi III: ifaff ' )lid Mft. lit V (O I 111 III fue Cl lun A V UtfODI Pfc "W BY JULIAN HAWTHORNE. W Jf N SHPl (SliiH'S, Kft l 1 THE O U M Bj A Y W,Q R lyP t E loping Chapters In THE SDDYW0BLD: I J FacU "ghot gg&a? """ 1 ', M TRICE OWE CENT. EVEXnNa EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1888. ' BVEjmra JSDIXIOX PRICE ONE .CENT. . 'Ill RECOGNIZING MERIT. Girla and Boya Who Stand Highest in Their Glasses. A Roll of Honor From the City's Primary Schools. Functnnlltr. Industry and Diligence In Stndy Ihe Standard of Excellence Bright Little One Whoso Cnp of HnpplAeu U Full far This Week A Good Beginning; for tba New YenrC The Children' Efforts. To tho boys and girla in tbo publio schools tbo school lifo is ns nll.absorbing and full of importance ns is tho great world outside, to the millions of adults -who struggle, for its prizes. As tbo grown-up sons and daughters of New York strive for money and pu...

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. — 7 January 1888

K K- - THE WORLD t SATUKDAY EVEMNG; JANUARY 7, 1888, ! I'the world. Rc SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7. Kfp avBBCBzrnoir xo jub xtesixo WrQ XVIXIOir (Intludlng Pottage), wal' JJvB Mourn, aoc; per year, $3.bo. PraT i 1; THE YEARLY RECORD. Bq5 Total Number of World Printed daring 1887, BT 83,389,828. . mSS? s Average per Day for Entire Year. -J R ' ' 228,465. , " K&t BIX TEABS COMPARED i K TB VORLD came under the present xrroprU- K' fcranrp Jfay 10, 16a. Blf.1 Yearly Dally H& Year. Total. Arit. 188Z... ...... 8,151,157 88,331 LEfii 1883 12,235.838 113,511 WErA 1884. 8,510,785 77,1122 Witt, 1885 51,241,207 140,387 HS 1880 70,120,041 102,120 )$ 188T 83,380,828 28,405 wfijL Sunday World's Record : KF Over 200,000 Every Sunday During, Kj& the Last Two Yean. KMi The average .circnlntion of Tho Kg. Sunday World daring 1882 was 14,727 $& The average circulation of The mj$f Sunday World daring 1883 wan 24,054 Bra The average circulation of The & Sunday World during 1884 vu 70,...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 January 1888

SSlalk!MiKBKfvSflmmSlKSSS3imi JBa8aMMa8sTfcSatHgMaBilWw THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1888. fr SM OUT FOR AN EVENING DANCE, BCENES OP GAIETY ON TUB FLOORS OP BALLROOMS. Th Volaoteer Mortal Clnb Gathers (Its Friends In Irving Hall Hketchei or llio Cowtutne. of Home of the Ladles Tlie Enterprise Association Crowds Tammany I Hall Brents or the Future. I The Yankee yacht was not slicker Going I through tho water than her namcEakc, the I Volunteer Social Club, t as last night in car- I ryiug out tho arrangements for its ball, which I was Riven in Irving Hall. Tho floor was I terpuded with dancers and all seemed to I enjoy themselves. I Following are the officers of tho clnb : I Daniel Todd, Jr., President; It. Brian, First Vice- president; 1L II. Goodman, Second Vice-President j I o. W.Allen, Treasurer; E. U.Ward, Financial Seo I retarj; 8. V. Scott, Recording Secretary; W. C I Connor, Corresponding Secretary; C. Kagleson, I Sergeant-at-Arms. ' I The pleasure of the guests was ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 January 1888

Wty THE WORLD : SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7. 1888. ' . L mm sapNG ice. Hit Be Vhiid discomforts- FOB FEOPLB WHO Kr, ' ARE. OUT OP DOOnS. Ek 4mVBDeaa IJIUxard from the Writ Prom Hs' ' ls& tor Hopper To-Morrovr Mean while KG' ' v fto-Mta Arc Covered with Hlaah mid Ew Im la Dropping on Head's and Umbrella HT r-fla,iBiner Weather at Pittsburg. LsK v I. VM 1)7 no means a bit of pleasant HK, Vocor to, which Now York wo introdacod Bf lycsterdaj, and -which has prolonged an un. Hlf ' 'rsldomo Tisit until to-day. K; Wlb tlio tomporrtturo a few degrees bolow RK too freezing point early yesterday afternoon, H ft drixillnrf sloot began f aUlng. Ec IV aoonor. touched tho pavement than it f vu frozen into a clnrlng and most nncom. K& tfortoblo aheot of ico for podestrians. Hu Tjio sidewalks, buildings, vehicles and K'i Cveri the clQthlng of tho pedestrians them- Hfjt sjoWes wero sheeted with a glistening U-' coat of ioo, whllo umbrollas which Bl wer interposed between tho catting sloot Hj...

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. — 7 January 1888

IGREATDETECTIVESTORY --Kr- w Stories of Sing Sing Gomicts. i?a SFRTIIIM WR ' ill ThnFntfll inHor rS-PF llIcA k ytXvvJy'TVk Inl fc$ I 1 Fifty Inmates of tho SUto Prison Writo h!H ocbiiun aao , ur, mu raiai LGiier. Ww lUnf HHPMhfm a i-i flalil lBr I fill 1 Autobiographical skotohos for From tho Diary of Inspector Byrnes. UJI . 11111: feiiraWfii Vm.V'i3'i U 1 JIH 1 3 fi TB4P" QP ll Mn A V UIADB IP iH nrtliy VhaitfnrV l tuc eiiun v umnf n - 4t Sr IVff YlMrTi of Pacts About Thoir Lives, Thoir Crimea Si Opening Gnapters In THE SUNDAY WORLD ZSSsJJ nnd Thoir Aspirations. " Jn PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1888. EVENING EDITION. rRICE ONE CENT. ,fU RECOGNIZING MERIT. Girls and Boya Who Stand Highest in Their Glasses. A Roll of Honor From the City's Primary Schools. rnnctunlltr, Industry nnu Diligence In Stnily tlio Stnndnrdof Excellence Bright Little Ones Whoee Cap of ttnpplnemi I Full Tor This Week A tiaod Beginning Tar llio Now YeorC Tho Children's Efforts...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 January 1888

WVW ' THE -WORLD t SATURDAY EVENfifG JANUARY xfWmT f K THE WORLD. H." SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7. Hfe- H& avDscniPTXOiT to jus jsyexxnq Kji EDITION (Including FoUagt). HP jjtz Moirrn, 30c; psit tear, $3.so. Wt THE YEARLY RECORD. p? ffotftlNmnbcr of Worlds Printed during 1887, H 83,389,828. K$ Average porDay for Entiro Year. If ' 228,465. A Wok MM- SIX YEARS COMPARED i V JWB IFOttD camo under Wis present vropriu HJ&S tOriMp Uay 10. 18S3. E3$i Yearly Dllr B"ffY Tear. Total. Average. Wpf 1888 8.151.107 '188,331 ' b 1883.... 1B,00.B38 00,041 Kj& 1884. . 28,010,780 77,1)23 fill? 1880 01,241,207 140,387 sRJfi 1880.... ... 70,180,041 102,120 Btf 1887 83,080,828 828,400 KL 1 1 - I m'?' Sunday World's Record: H& Over 200,000 Every Sunday 'Durlajr, K$ the Last Two'Ycam. Ejl Tho avorttgo circulation of Tho ra Sunday World during 1882 was ' 14,727 K& Tho average circulation of Tbo fc Suudoy WorldLdoring 1883 was 24,054 Mfiw K?10 avorago circulation of Tho Er Sunday Worlddur...

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. — 7 January 1888

1 THE WORLD': SATDHDAY feVENING," JANUARY Tt 1888.' " ' ' "'vr OUT FOB AN EVENING DANCE, BOENEB OTP QAIETI ON TED ELOOEB OP BALLROOMS. rbe Volunteer Roolal Clnb Gather flu Friend In Irving llall Hketches or ttao Costumes or Some of llio I.nrilcs Tim Enterprise Association Crowds Tammany Hull IJvents of tlio Future. Tho Yankeo yacht was not sllokor going through tho water than her namesako, tho Volunteer Social Oluh, was last night in car rying out tho arrangemonts for its ball, which was givon in Irving Uall. Tho floor was crowded with dancers and all scomod to enjoy thomsolvos. Following oro tho ofHcors of tho club ! Daniel Tod J, Jr., President; K. Dryin, First Vlco-rre-dJent; 1L I!. OooOman, Second Vice-President; O.W.Allen, Treasurer; II II. Ward, Financial Sec retary; a F. Bcott, Uncording Secretary; W. C. Connor, Corresponding Secretary; C. Eaglcson, Bergeant-at-Arms. Tho ploasuro of tho guests was in tho jjiands of : Floor Manager, Geo. F. Wallace; Asilatant Floor i Manager, ...

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. — 7 January 1888

felf " THE WORLD. SATURDAY EVENITfcr, JANPARY 7, 168& J ' K' '' ''iSHEEIED; W SHIKING ICE. K . K VARIED DISCOMFORTS FOR PEOPLE WHO HI ARE, OUT, OP DOOltS. K ' A Wall-Done IUIzxard from Ilia Writ From- Mr lied for Hopper To-Morrow Meanwhile! tw the Str.et. Are Corerrd with Ninon mid 5 Ice U Dropping on Head, and Umbrella Kj& Hammer Weather at I'ltubnr. Kf It vras by no moans a bit of pleasant Kj9,, weather to -whloh Now York was Introduced fflr' yesterdny, nnd which has prolonged an un. H3j$ '' welcomo visit until to-day. Bffejs With tho tomporoturo n few dogreds bolow H tho freezing point early yesterday afternoon, Kjfyi a drlzzlinc sleet began falling. WJt-' It no sooner touched tho pnvcraont than it W ma froron into a clarine and most uncom- & fortabl6 shoot of ico for podestrians. K Tho Bldewalks, buildings, vehicles and KJv eron tho clothing of the pedestrians thorn- IfSfl mWcs were sheeted with a glistening wft coat of ico, whilo umbrellas which Bf& wreret inter...

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. — 9 January 1888

I A Monthly Advertising Average M SpT a yw I JLM, ??, IfLQu 1 1 I i:".ri:::r:"" 50,199 ' lJ j3?398?82J cqp.es. I ; PRICE ONE CENT EVENING EDITION. KEW YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 188S. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE TcENtT" f JJABY BUINTINGKOT NAUGHTY TiAWIER PARSONS SUMMING UP THE BliEACII-OF-rROMISB SUIT. Tho rofTeo Merchant Hear a. Good Word for Himself, bill linen Not Look on Ilmi- . nlc III Counsel 1'rrsrnla Illm nti the J Perfect I.ovcr, nnil Asserts Thai Mla V Campbell 'n Mercenary. There wns n round dozon of representa tives of tho fair sex iu Part IV. of Uio Hu prcmo Court at 10.30 o'clock this morning when " dear Uunnio " ontorod court with a fomalo friend and Lor patriarchal lawyers, Slossrs. Pullerton and Jordan. I'einalo heads gravitated together in couples instantly, and thero was such a . Whispering as ono hears in church when tho proud Miss Mcllrido and her new bonnet bail down tlio aisle. Miss Clara Campboll, spinster and plaintiff, was becomingly mtok and wolouin in miou....

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. — 9 January 1888

p 2 THE WORLD : MONDAY EVENTNGT'ANtlAtlY 9, TT . I R THE WORLD. H twhtdiv tht rrtu riUiio c, E MONDAY EVENINC, JANUARY 9. K$' BCBSCItlPTIOy TO HIE ETENINO B' EDITION (Including rentage). K, .TtfTJ MONTU, 30c. PER YEAR, $3.00. K THE YEARLY RECORD. Bl - Total Number of Worlds Printed during 1837, K 83,389,828. K Averago per Day for Entire Year. K 228,465. Hi BIX TEARS COMPARED: flfrc TUB WORLD came under the present proprtt- ff. torthip Kay 10, 1883. K i i i 1 jBM Ycnrly Ilnlljr K Yenr. Total. Avcrnor. V' IRS8. ........ fl.lSl.157 22.33T ESS?- 883 12,38,238 n,041 LlT 1HB4. 28,5ll,7H.- 77,022 JBM . 1SH 01,211,2(17 140,387 fc? 188a 70,120,011 11)2,12(1 M 1887 83,380,828 828,403 Hpf Sunday World's Record: Br Over 200,000 Kvery Sunday During HI the Last Two Years. Hk& The average circulation of Tho K Sunday World during 1882 wni 14,727 Hffuf The averago circulation of Tho frf Bnnday World during 1883 was 24,054 HE Tho averago circnlation of Tho Hit Sunday World during 1884 was 70,085 ...

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. — 9 January 1888

. ' THE WORLDt MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1888. j . fl TWO PLAYS AND A DANCE. I l MERE! TWELVE WIN) GREW TO BE A MEKRI SIX IIUNDRED. i " I "The Little Sentinel" unit "Itobert BIa. cnlre" Proilueed by Amntenrs at tho Lexington Avenue Opera-Honse A Crash Ion the Floor of the Dnllrnom Installa tions by 1. A. It. l'osta Nineteenth Ward Indiana Ilnnce. Tho " Mercy Twolvo " might ohango their namo to tho " Morry Six Hundred," for thoro woro certainly that numbor of morry people at tho entertainment givon by tho association at tho Lexington Avomio Opora-Houso on Saturday oToning. Tho following aro the ofllccra of the association : Zach. -8. Ofipenhclmer, President; Henry At. Slera, Vice-President; William Yaeger, Secretary: Ctias. llejman, Treasurer. Arrangement Com lutltee Ualpu Sonar, Chas. Herman, Henrr Mas liner, OacarA. Wclubura Fred Oppentielrucr. , The other members aro Honry Mnsliner, C. 8. Untormoyor, Gub Adlor, E. Bhimen. Ftiel, Leonard D. Oreonhall, Louis A. Wcchs lcr and Joseph...

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. — 9 January 1888

Hp " Ky 4 TnE WORLD ; MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1888. B ilAYOR DEWTTT IN EXILE. K BE BURIES niM8EI.P IN TIIE STEWAET BDILDINQ FOR A FEW WEEKS.! K JIU Quarter In the City Unlit Where He HkV' Hm Gained Elsht ronnda In Wrl(lit, BjfS fllren Over la n tinnu of Plumbers He Hcfff Mistakes Ilia New ODIce for n Kllrhcn. For Bomo weeks to como Mayor Hewitt Hot VlH write Ills official letters iu a lnrfio room Hfo en tl ground floor of 61 Chambers street, My?' Btonort Building. Tho Mayor's oflleo was Byrt fennsforretl there- to-day. Plumbers aro now H!It jtt work tearing up tho drainage pipes in tho HEl southwest corner of the City Hall. MS' ThoSanitnry Inspectors of tho Hoard of BV& Health decidod that tho plumbing work was Hi" descctivo and that diseaeo lurked In tho at- Mra$ inosphcro of tho Mayor's olTlco. Mayor M&flf Jlowitt at onco mado np bis mind to move M5f( il official placo of resideneo until now Bi drainage pipes replaced tho old ono. Mfty Up to date, however. Mayor Hewitt ...

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. — 9 January 1888

I ' bbbbbbbbbbb. I llAMonthlyAdvertisingAveragelt -k- . as 12 is to 83. ll I 1887 uUiloo fTn iJ 83-398,828 COP,E8- fl I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 0, 1888. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. U J BABY BUISTINGiNOT NAUGHTY i JiAWYEB TAnSONS SUMM1N0 CI' TilE f BKEAOH-OF-PKOJUSB BUIT. ' , yiic CnfTco Mcrclinnt llenrs a Good Ward for lllnmclr, but Diirn Not Look an Hun. lilc Ill Counsel Presents Htm im I lie l'crfcct I.ovrr, iind Asserts TImt III Ins Campbell Wan iMcrrcitnry. There was n round dozen of rcprcscnta tiesof the fair box iu l'urt IV. of the Bu. preme Court nt 10.30 o'clock this morning whou " doar Bunniu " entered court with a femalo friend and lier patriarchal lawyers, JleFsrs. Fullorlon and Jordan, , Femalo heads gravitated togothor in couples instantly, and there was such a whispering uh one henrs in church when the proud Slits McBride and her new bonnet sail down tho aisle. Miss Clara Campbell, spinster and plaintiff, was becomingly meek and ...

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. — 9 January 1888

Hi ft TIIE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1888. , jLTHE WORLD. Elk MONDAY EVENINC, JANUARY 9. H BVBBCItlFIIOtr XO 1HS BTENINO HEt EDITION (Including Postage). Kr ' TXIt MONTH, 30c. f PER YKAit, $3.00. H THE YEARLY RECORD. B& Total Number of Worlds Printed during 1887, ! 83,389,828. BF' Averago per Cay for Entlro Year. If 228,465. Kf BIX TEARS COMPARED t H7T TBS WORLD came under the present proprtt- ftp, toriMp ItttVlO, 1S83L HriK1 Yearly Dully IK'tt Year. Total. Average. BE. 18SS f), 101, 107 22,331 $, 1883 12,230,238 33,541 & 1884. 28,010,780 77,022 L' I880 01,241,207 140,387 HV 1880 70,120,041 1112,120 B?' 1887 83,380,828 228,400 Kg I I -Z I 1 mm 8undoy World's Rocord: H Over 200,000 Every Sunday During Kk llio Last Two Years. BjfiJ Tho average circulation of Tho K& Sunday "World during 1882 was 14,727 E& Tho average circulation of Tho Of Sunday World during 1883 was 24,054 Biffr The averago circulation of Tho Bfe. Sunday World during 1884 was 70,085 Kk The aver...

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. — 9 January 1888

THETORLD: MONDAY EVENING JANUAinrft, 1888.' 3 jH TWO PLAYS AND A DANCE. X HEEET TWELVE WHO GREW TO BE A HERRI BIX HUNDRED. Tho Utile Sentinel nnd "Robert III, cnlre" Produced by Amntcur at the I.rxlnston Avenue Opcrn-llouso A Crush on Ilia 1'loor of the Hnllrnom Inttalln. limit hr f. A. It. Post Nineteenth Ward Indian Dance. r 'Die "Morry Twelve," might chnngo tlioir name to tho " Merry Six Hundrod," for thero v ere certainly that liumbor of morry peoplo nt tbo entertainment given by tbo association nt tbo Loxingtou Acnuo Opera-Houso on Saturday evening. Tbo following aro tbo ofllcers of tbo association : Each. 8. OppcnUelmer, President; Henry M. Stern, Vice-President; Wdilstn Yseger, tkcretftry; i cnas. Heyman, Trcisurt-r. Amusement Com. mlltec Italpu Siwar, C'nas. Hej man, Henry Mug. linT, Oscar A. Wclnbtrir, Fred Oppenbilmer. 'Uio otber membors nro Hourv MiiBliucr, 0. S. Uutormeyer, Gus Adlor, E. Bluuieu btiel. Leonard D. Greenbnll. LouiB A. Wcchs Jcr and Joseph Hnrris. Thcso gen...

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. — 9 January 1888

I' OVER THE TRACKS IN 1887. JHOttH RACES HUN THAN EVER BEFORE IN TJJ13 OR ANY OTHER COUNTRY, A Tatal of 3.741 IUce., with 8l.nS4,148 ' Olrtn In Added Money lo HtnUrs and Pan, by Association. Jnmp!n and tleat Itaee. Ran Entrlea for the Brook lyn and Suburban Handicaps. In abont ten days the Qoodwln Itratheri will tone their "TnrfOaKlo for 1888," containing tao races run in the United States and Canada In 1687. It nlll of necessity to a balky volomo with over lx bnndrcd psgrs of rsclnp, not Including Index and other admlrablo features of tlie Guide No one, perhaps cinrtallsc the enormous iiicrtaio In rac Inpr mors than thoie cugsRcd In tho publication of racing guides and the reporters whose work It is to handle tnrf mattera for the dally and weekly papers. As a contrast in the amount of work now 'done, one has bnt to glance at the racing In 1877. It was the first year of "Krlk's Guide." The total jinmber of races reported that year was HOT, of which 8s7 were fiat races, 15 burdlo yac...

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