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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 9 January 1888

T w1" -mmnWM a, -?' - ttr it.-TL- .hli. air. ' -J .. M.i "4 ' Rail PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1888. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. fJ MADAME CUBITS REVENGfc TUB REMOVAL OP THE POKE OP TORLOJilA SAID TO BE DUE TO HER. She wni Knubbed by llio Duchess, nnil tlio f J.rtttrr'n Ilimbmul In No Longer Alnyor of Itomo Miifli 1'ccIIhk HrMvccn Itnly'n Kins nml llio Vutlcnii A Cnblct Despatch In " Tlio Wnrhl llint nm Nupprcttcd br tlio Italian (Jovcruuicnt. Corfrttht, 1388, by Th. Fret rubHihlng, Ownpong (jr rork World). iracUL cable uriTon to the would, ROUS, Jan. a The friction between the. Vatican nnd (Julrlnal Is very great. It has been considera bly heightened by the peremptory deposition of tho Huko of Torlontu from his position as Major of Home Many explanations have been given of till most eevcro punishment for simply paying tits respects to the Popo'a Cardinal-Secretary. It now appears that tho upset nml consequent bad feeling all como from tho wife...

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

Bb&iK THE WORLD. MONDAY. JANUARY 9.JLtm 1 H"" THE WORLD. Br BBW. , , Kdltor and ProprUtor. Joncrn Pcutzxb. Pvf ruBUsiiKD Kvitnr day w tor ye ar at hos. BBW m ahd si park now. Ht' ' MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1SSS. B& Eotstsd t tbs rot-09os t Hew York as second-class B$r mad matter. K TKRMS-rOSTAQE FRKK. BKs' for ( r(irf Stain or Canada I DAILY, on jeer, Ci" 80.00 1 Daily, six months, 83.00 1 Dailt akd Sen- BbW pat. on it. 87.50 Dailt akd Bcxdat. hi BEtt months. 83.7SI Daily akd Sunday, one month. Bwjw OSe.t Sunday, onsjesr, 8I.6O1 Tux Bxmi-Wxzxlt BET WOULD, oneyear, rJU.OU I Thk VTiiiii World, on BnWjV' r". 81.00. liberal eommlwlone allowed la CLUD BLwy AaXKT. Slinpls copies sent free. Vfij Tor England and lie 0Hil oil rmlHi ( f BVfc MffMflml Vlisl ( DAtLT AKD SCKDAY, BBV 814.75) DAILY only, 812.25 t Sunday, 83.50. BBS rrAddtru nil communications, whether HK concerning Advertisements or Hobserlptluns, B to Ibe Main OrDcr, 3 1 Park How. M. V. City. Hi THE YEARLY RECORD. H? Total Numb...

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

I ,&if .0 YiltiflAl .f-AUlOM. iO.IJJO II Hi ''''flfl I THfe world Monday, January o, issa. "H1 I SAMARITANS OF THE SEA. WHAT OCR REVENUE COTTERS DO FOR THE TOILERS OP THE DEEP. A. " World ltrporter Maura n Crnlur With Cispi. I)kU, of th V. H. Crnnt How Vnlmililr Aid nntl Inrnrnmllnn are 'Siren to lllanblnl Vessel (JIT the Const Whnt In the Future Ilctoro tlirar. UfcHavrra t "It Is 8 o'clock, Capt. Davis." . "Jltke tt o, air. Inform the chief engineer that I want steam In an hour, and get the cutter ready for sea. " The abore dlaloguo took placo on board the United Statot Ilerenue emter V. 8. Grant, Ijlng "II Htoten Ialand, recent- p i ""j" ' Thronnh the cour up -fef ,CT 0' the commanding V l offlccr, Capt. Davit, a &&&Z, WoKL" reporter was to ' &V!-, mak0 a ,rlp on ,h0 cu,,er' ffflJlH -'tnft ani1 b"1 Jn,t boarded the 7W( c o' StiUi. ""el when Lieut Ilrown, I' i I' thc offl(:cr of ,he derl: "l made tho nbove report capt. datis. and received his order. In a moment ...

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

KT . TIIEWdtWfMOAiVtlX: 1888H K ; " WHERE CAN ADVERTISEMENTS B; THE WORLD K QE left ? " Bf' Tiin ror.T.owiNd list op officii H?t tviUi anrwkk this oft- BL' ItliPICATHII QUUUYl H 66 BRANCH OFFICES I mQ- IaawKBaBMMaainsMMMHMMMenM,aHMj B; NnW YOKK, 1207 llrontltvny IIHOOK- BT I.YN, 323 .Vnsliliiston h!.( .IIMtNl'.Y CI TV, Bfr CI) Itlinlninery st. IIAKI.K.tl, 2.17 L'nitt K llfilli hi. 1 WANIllNflTliN, (110 Milt M. Kfr LONDON OPFICH, 38 Cocksiitir !., Trn- eiE' Bf AUTHORIZED OFFICES K& for the Koccpilou oT AilterllM'iiieiil nt the H lCrsnlnr Ailirrtlsliiv ltutcm Hf NEW YORK CITY. B& Blccckcr struct, Mi. Bfr. llowory. I54U. Hk Broudwny, 1)50, 1238 and 1481. Bft Clinton street, " (ncitr ltliiifr,toit street) Hp Dcnbrosses Btrcct, -- (foot elevated HF station). E Grand btrcct, 'J!Mt (corner Dowcry). Hjf Liberty street, (if). Rv' Avenue A, fill. HR' '1st avenue, 244 anil 1708. Kfv- "d uvcuue, VV2R und U151. Kf 3d utcjiuc, i.'(!12, Mil), r,54, 700, 041, HE& 1007, 1078, 1JJ23, 1U0U...

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

A Monthly Advertising Aveiage I ll as 12 is to 83. 1 ' AVI'.ltACi: MMIDI.UOI'ADVTH. PA Bk . VObtaJ (j&lW SZWiS VTiiUyUj fHrMlrmlwJffllM WStttWri' ) VSW. AfcV S!s i VCT lli. R TOTAL CIIM Vl.AT.ON i'OU 18 S7I "" 4fl IMtl.NTJII) Wilt MONTH IN Kfl 100 ' NBSJ' N V'tOfWWn T tf BSJ JP' T T J " N)T nAn 4fl j 'g87 QUjaa i o5SSAi 83,398,828 cop,ES- HI I PRICE OIVE CENT. 12VJSXIXG EDITION. NEW YORK, MONDAY. JANUARY !), 188S. . HVJiXlA'G HDJTJOX. PRICE ONE CENT. fl BABY BU&TINGKOT NAUGHTY R LAWYER PARSONS SUMMINO DP THE BREACII-OF-PUOMISE SUIT. , ( The Coifer Mrrclinnt llcnr a Sood Wnnl for Himself, but Ilnrn Not Look n Dim. nlc HI Counsel Presents Him nn n,r I'rrri'Ct Lover, mill Asserts Tlml illlss Campbell Witu .llcrccnnry. Tlioro b n round do7cn of roprcsentn fives of tho fair sex iu l'urt IV. of tlio Su prcmo Court nt 10.30 o'clock this niorning when " dear Bunnio " entered court with n female friend nnd her patriarchal lawyers, Messrs. Fullorton nnd Jordan. Pcmnlo bends gravitated...

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

m THE WOULD. HeM' l'ullM-l hy the rr'f rstltiMiw f. WNfi MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9. bSW'! sunscBii'TJuy to inn jsmxixa IhK, JWITIOX (Inrludltia l'oftngc). mm- J'XR month, noc.f i-nn year, $:i.ro. H THE YEARLY RECORD. W3L Total Number of Worlds Printed during 1887, it 38,369,828. JE. Averngo per Day for Entiro Ycor. M 228,465. SIX YEARS COMPARED i lim rw "Wfl rnm' "'idc """ Patent pvoprte. ifjS fcraifn Jfai10, lfr3. liP Ycnrly Unlly Kjjft,, Ycnr. Tumi, Average. 18R2 R.I.TI.I57 22.331 IS ibh:i 1'.',v;i.-'j:ih :in,oti l.fW ' ,WH1 28,0iti,7H5 77,112a l! 1HR. 01,5. 1 1,2(17 110,387 IHK !(-8l 70,1311,011 1112, IVO IMf 18.17 83,3811,828 228,1(13 mm Sunday World's Rocord : 11 Over 200,000 Kvcry Sunday During IHK tho Lust Two Years. IhK.- Tho nverago circulation of Tbo MW Sunday World during 18- was 14,727 IrW The average circulation of Tho KM'. Sunday World during 1883 was 24,054 III Tbo average circulation of Tbo s- Sunday World during 18S4 was 70,085 111- Tk avcrago circulation of Tbo IK ...

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

Ik "" "" wiW' A lH!5iyfl5!w!5?fli? TWO PLAYS AND A DANCE. - A MURKY TWELVK WHO GIUW TO BK A MKItltY SIX HUXDUUI). I sTlio Mltlo Hriillnrl unil "Hubert Mil. cnlrc" Prodiicrit by Amntciirit m tho l.rxliiRlnn Avenue Oprrii.ltnm.n A Crush nn Ibo l'luor r Hid llnllrnnin InMullii lldiu by S. A. It. I'nMn-Mnetceiuli Wnnl Indiums Dunce, r Tho " Morry Twolvo " might cliiinjzo thuir name to the " Merry Six Hundred," for thero wero cortnluly Mint numlior of merry people at tho ciitcrtnliimcnt given by tho association nt tho Lexington Avcuuo Openi-Houso on Saturday evening. Tlio following nro tlio oincers of thu association : Zarh. K. )iicu!icliiier, President; Henry M Mcrn, Vloo-Pre'Sidentj William Yueirer, H-crutnrv Chas. llcym.in, Trcixinr. Ainnm-iru-nt cmii-' I inlltec Halp'i yuimr, t'luu. Hujiiinii, Henry Mus- l.tier, Oscar A. Weluinrir, Fred onieiihelnicr. Tho other members uro Honry Musliiier 0. H. Unterme.vcr. (Iuh Ailler, 'K. Hluineiil sticl. Leonard 1). (Irconhull. LouisA. W'cclw lcr ...

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

B 4 THE WORLD: MOXDAY EVENING, JANUARY 0, 1888. I m MAYOlt HEWITT IN EXILE. ' HE BDRIK3 HIMSELF IN TUB BTEWART .' BUILDING I'OU A FEW WEEKS.; sfc'Ti'' , WJWi III. Qunrlerr. In lio City Unlit Whrre Ho jB Una Cnlnril Klulit Puund. In Wright, Hffp Cllsrcn Over to n Onus of l'lii.iiiirr.--llo KS Mistakes Ills Ncir Ofllco for ti Kitchen. lgQ$ For Bomo weeks to rotno Mnynr Hewitt VSm will writy bin official letters in a lnrco room Bfc. on tho Rrouiid 'floor of CI Clmmbers street, Rgf! Btonnrt JiuUdtiiK. Tlio Mayor's oMlco vns Kwf transferred thero to.tlay. numbers nrn now KtS. nt work enriu(j up tho drniunse pipes in tho Egu Fonthwcst corner of tho City Hull. M TIjo Sanitary InRpoctors of tho Hoard of HP; Health itccldotl that tho plumbing work was EjW descctlvo and that diseaso lurked in tho at- KR mospheio of tho Mayor's oillco. Mayor wt& Howitt at onco mado up his mind to movo Wm Jiis official placu of rcRulcnco until new WML drainaco pipes l enlaced tho old one. j Up to dato, howe...

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. — 10 January 1888

"I j -jW . I I " WANT? I" "WANTQ I " vMfov IT"""""" ' ""' &km ' I jjj yLi!L "--oIhv ITIIATIRNQ f m House, Room, Apartmont, Board llJ?. 1 1 Ilk P(StM Ife23i m$! 9lJl HlJ! "" IL IU 1 JIL UL 234 854 '9 Published in THE WOELD Durine 1887 &r- rVTP YJi A 7) AnvBiiTisnainNTs $1 """ "JMWUUHllgAOOf, I QOvSii OF "B1TPATIONM" AND "HELP " WANTBP. I .$ f PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY. JANUARY 10, 1888. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. 11 EXTRA FAR FROM SETTLEMENT. Beading Employees Erm in Their Great Fight, ;l f Knights of Labor in Philadelphia to Consider the Strike. All Ey ITarned to the City of Drotherly Iiore to See If the Order Will aire the Struggle It Official Sanction Tom O'llellly Representing General Mnater Workman Povrdcrly No Coal Ilelns; I Mined or OIoTed by the Company Preel. dent Corbln Make No Sign of a Desire to Arbitrate tlio Difference An Aaaault. IriCIiL TO TOT WORLD. 1 Rkadino, Pa., Jan. 10. There is every In. dication to-day that the striko of t...

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. — 10 January 1888

k i THE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, I8Sa 1' THE WORLD. R'r Rtf- TUESDAY EVENINC, JANUARY 10. Kgrf avBBcnzrxioir xo jitji jirxxxxo Brl ' J5D1TIOX (Including rostage). W PSR MQNTB, 30c. PER YEARX $3.50. & THE YEARLY RECORD. I Total Number of Worlds Printed durinc 1887. 83,389,828. Average per Day for Entire Year. 228,465. BIX YEARS COMPARED t TUB WORLD came under lid prevent proprU. tBHMp UaV 10. 1833. . Yearly Dally ?&,, Year. To ml. Averngc. !.,, 1RR8 8,151,157 22,331 1BH3 12.435.2U8 33,511 5P 1881. 2H,5l,785 77,022 LV:, 1885 51,211,2117 140,387 ' 18RII 70,12(1,011 102,120 S 1887 83,380,828 228,405 H Sunday World's Record : M, Over 200,000 Kvcry Sunday During llio Jjnst Tiro Yours. jSK; The average circulation of Tho m Bnndny World during 1882 was 14,727 5 The average circulation of Tlio t Sunday World during 1888 was 24,054 Sto! The avcrago circulation of Tho SP Sunday World during 1884 was 70,085 & ' The average circulation of Tho K? Sunday World during 1885 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. — 10 January 1888

. THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, 1888. ' 9JH . ; DANCED THE NIGHT AWAY. ' , HEARTS OP OAKB TAKE POSSESSION OP A BALLROOM. , k """' "" , A Great Crush at the Lexington Arenas Opera-llouae Allnatrelay nnd Danclaar by , ibe Elm Cltr 1'lenauro Club Corlllna Amine ThemseWm nt Irving JlnlliU. V. JHcKee'a Friend Have a Hall. i t t J Tho annual recoption of the Hoarts of Oak Association, which is composed of shoo sales. ' men and saleswomen, took placo last night at ' tho Lexington Avonuo Opcra-Houuo. Very many plcasuro-seekors woro on tho floor. i Hero are the names of somo of tho ladles and something about their toilets : l . Miss Pauline llaer wore blue satin and carried a M corssge bouquet. Miss Klttv (.'urnor, blue satin, (f with .ncll-lacc trimmings. Alls Lizzie Lynch, black Bill a. Miss Mar Hinltn, white satin, vrttn over- , sun of lace Mrs. James Kelson, black satin, trimmed with Jet. Mrs. Wllll.au (ireenlc.if, brown satin, nith velvet trimmings; vest of white satin. Miss J...

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. — 10 January 1888

Rr.i C ' jAtitu1" x, W& ' THE WORLD t TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, 1889. K (disgrace ends in suicide. KB B' SET. John mordauht lowther cnooTS Mf HIMSELF IN LONDON. Bw' f Wm to HaT. Been Tried Before tba K Wlctaa Petty J.!on. Tht Morning On H! Chr af AMitnltlac Jano Htoddnrt, a. Kl Paaaeitle Sartmnt In III Umplor The K' ' rVa Ulfta mo Tnlned at 810,000,000. Hf? ImCUt, CABLS TO Tm TTOHLD.l Rf! Loicrxw, Jan. 10. A painftu affair oconred HhP' jU Bolton Bectory, near Wlgton, ihli morn- B tg. Bot. John JlorJftunt Lowther, reotor Ht? of Bolton, 'Wftfl to havo appeared before tho Eu, Yftgton Potty Bcssioni on a chargo of inilo. Bffl' cently assaulting Jane Btodd&rt, a domesUo H1I3 perrant in hii employ. Hfv -The dofendant failed to appear, and it Kf transpired that when the cabman who was Hk instructed to take him from the rectory to R ' tho court called at the rectory Lowther HiS' trcnt to the door and bayo him n letter to take Hr 'to Mb eolioitor at Wlgtou. B He then placed a revo...

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. — 10 January 1888

; Published in THE WOELD During 1887. "K ysIsJuJ oi'"hituatio.nh anV"iel" mvant&i.." WM ! PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JANUARY.il), 1888. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. j , H'S AND K'S COME HIGH. , V ilunnie Given a Vordiot for $45,000 Damages. The Broach.- of- Promise Suit , Quickly Decided by the Jury. Baby !Buntlng Net In Court to Hear the ,k New Ills Counsel Ak for a New Trial 4p and Will Take an Appeal An Extra I AlloTrunco or 91,000 Granted by Jndgo I Deaoh MIm Campbell'. Lawyer Thank I ful Only One Juryman Against Her. I TBB-tlmes m many peoplo as could bo crowded Into tho court-room in which tho ircoch-af-promiso suit of Miss Clara Camp bell jrgoinst Charles Arbucklo for $100,000 damages was tried, woro denied admittance by the officers this morning when Mr. Justice Beaoh was to roceivo the Tordict of tho jury. 9Cho verdict was agrood upon and sealed at C.80 last evenlug, after a deliberation of an Jiour and a quarter. I lira Trexenrr ov a buoekn...

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. — 10 January 1888

H 2 TIIE WORLD ; TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, 1838. ,-?. . THE WORLD. g5, MIMlJ y A iVt JViK.K.f CV. If, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10. sHE? H5sfa Kb BvnacnirTToif to me xritsisa mot: JSDITlOy (Including Foliage). B PEJl MONTH, 30c; PEIt YEAH, $3.50. I THE YEARLY RECORD. Wt- Total Number of Worlds Printed during 1887, if 83,389,828. Ktw Average per Day for Entire Year. K 228,465. p - Kit BIX YEABS COMPARED i mEW ' TIJB WORLD came under the present proprte- Kf orftfj Hay 10, 1888. HS' Yearly Dally MK, Year. Total, Average. HSr-r?-" 1BR2 8,101,157 22,3.11 fig,, e 1883 lS,3ff.83H 33,041 ' 1884. 28,010,780 77,1)22 mfjX 1880 01,241,207 140,387 1880 70,120,041 102,120 fcC 1887 83,380,828 228,400 HL?i Bg', Sunday World's Record: R' Over 200,000 Every Sunday During H tho Iiost Two Year. UM,' The nverage circulation of Tho fl1 Sunday World during 1882 wns 14,727 1 Tho average circulation of Tho Kg Sunday "World during 1883 was 24,054 Efe' The averago circulation of Tho Kt Sunday World during 1...

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. — 10 January 1888

I VJM THE WORLD: TUESDAYEVEN1NG, JANUARY 10; 1888. 'JH j DANCED' THE NIGHT AWAT,, HEARTS OP OAKS TAKE POSSESSION OF A BALLROOM. A tirrnt G'rnsli nt tho Lexington Avenue, Opera-llonse .VllnMrelsy nml llnnelnjj by .. ilic lllin City Plensiiro Cluli Corllln ' Amuse Themselves nt Irving Halt .11. V. ."UeKec's I'rlrnds llac n Ilnll. Tho nuniinl reception of tlio Hearts of Oak Association, which in composed of shoe sales men nml saleswomen, tool: place lost night nt lliu Lexington Aveiiuo Opcra-House. Very many plensuro.Bcekcrs woro on tho floor. fllcro tiro the names of toiuo of tho ladies and something about their toilets : Mm Paulino Ilaer wore blue satin anil carried a coMJtfo liouquit. Miss Klttr I'nrncy, blue satin, vmiIi "ticll-liue IrlmmliiKH. mips Lizzie Lvncti, blaik sailu. Miss Mar Kmlta. white satin, with over-s-irt of lace. Mrs. Jumcg Nelson, blueK satin, trimmed witu jut. .Mrs. Wllliuu ureenlcif, brotrn satin, icith velvet trltninluirs; rot of white Biitln. Mils Jail Costeil...

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. — 10 January 1888

W K TTTfl WORLD . TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY in, 18S8. K ' WHERE CAN ADVERTISEMENTS m THE WORLD B BE LEFT?" m nB TOti;y-r.iVlWiij?poi?K"ci:8 K 66 BRANCH OFFICES I BRjA aLBeMeee...seBnaenBeeesmesaeseBSmiMBseew.J V. ' NRW YORK, I20T Ilron.t.vriv t IIHOOK- Kill? ft'V. 3S5U Hnshhiulou t.l JliltHKY CITV, SfeVV lfl .lloniamiirrr .1.1 II,K1,I'..U, asi7 Last 13? fliaili t.lVAMIINUTO.N, 1110 lltli-t. K '. LONDON Ol'l'lClt, Uli Cock. pur at., Trn- aKtTV. Caljrnr riqimre. Bp AUTHORIZED OFFICES Bti& 3?or Itie Keceptln . of Advertisements at ttio Hnfii' Itcnlnr Ailvrrtlslnp; KuU'sl HtfL NRW YOU1C CITY. HyT rpirrcltcrxtrrrt, 34 1. '1th nvemie. 1.1.1. iTM??, O.ovrery, 1! II). hoiith Oth iiveiiuc, 1H. li' LMrnntlirny. USD, liiSS (III. nvcuno, 102 nil (I LUG ,C'llDtouircfr,C7 (aonr 8lli nvc, IK)(iirj".r lltli iEA ' Umiiffioiiktrroi). at.), Mlt (neiir Klill. aRib lfbrors etrri-t, U el.), (11(7 nnil i!3 13. WmWm (foot elevated tn. flth nvenar, AfN, 800, !. tloli). Itf7.1 nnd llllfll, iM&l 4Jniil...

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. — 10 January 1888

ii.....ti...i.. 1 1 . -. "''1 I ' - BBaeewBB1seBS BS jj.-, yf OBBBM WANTS I" "WANTS I" &tL I SITUATIONS ' im House, Room, Apartment, Board (fUfi IU i liC ISlllMHttiiN &Z A&m Av & I H' llllk f 234j854 ' H , rupuBnea in iah wuitm Uunng 1887, CX CZXllJCs op mtuationh and hum "wanted." H 1 PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1888. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. JH MAYOR HEWITT'S MESSAGE. KOT THE ECOHCHER EXPECTED, BUT A BUSINESS-LIKE DOCUMENT. . fl Th Clty Finance In n Honnd Condition, Notwithstanding; nu Incrcnso In tbo Debt (rent I.'xiirnilltiirr Mniln for I'lililln Improvement A Higher Tax Hate but Bolter Hort lr Froiulacd. Mayor IIowitt'B mossngo was communicated io tho Board of Aldcrmon to-day. It isn Very long ouo, much spaco being dovotcd to tho financial ooudltiou of tho city, and Ih not tho hcorchcr which Bonio politicians had ox- loctcd, but n busincss-llko document. Mayor Hewitt makes a great many sugges- tions. IIo begins with a ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 10 January 1888

HT ' s THE VlOTlCDPEBBXYIirVTSWTN&TCURTTflr IB88T F THE WORLD. Hp TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10. EiF svnsoitirxioK to jjtjt srEmifo Bt JSV1XIOJT (Xneludtng rostaae). H& -TOW M0NTI1, 30c. f PEIt TEAJt, $3.50. K THE YEARLY RECORD. LaV&J Br Total Number of Worlds Printed during 1887, K 83,389,828. Hctt Average per Day for Entlro Year. I 228,465. Htf SIX YEARS COMPARED t Ejit TITS WOULD came under Wie present proprte. H torfttp Ifay 10, 1863. B$ Yearly Dally Hjfc Year, Toml. Avernsrc. iV 1R18 8,101,157 28,331 Id 188a 12.i36.aaH 33,641 K5r" 18R4. 28,010,780 77,1)22 Wkm. 1880 01,241,207 140,387 7. 1880 70,12(M1 102,1211 WLV 1887 83,380,828 228,400 K& I I I 1 K' Sunday World's Record : Rflf, Over 200,000 Kvory Sunday During Klr tho tinst Two Ycnrs. tgv Tho averago circulation of Tho KK Sunday World during 1882 was 14,727 p Tho average circulation of Tlio V, Sunday World during 1883 vns 24,054 Hp The averago circulation of Tho 5? Sunday World during 1884 wan 70,085 Bis? The av...

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. — 10 January 1888

; THgTTlCDTrTUESDATYTEVEWlWq7yjrNUitRT'T0r IB88T . - 'M DANCED THE NIGHT AWAY. HEARTS OP OAKS TAKE POSSESSION OP A BALLROOM. A flreat Crmh at the Lexington Arenne Opern-llonse Minstrelsy nnd Dancing; by the Elm City Pleasure Club Gorilla. Amine Themselves nt Irving Hull M. V. Mcltee's Friend Have a Hull. i Tho annual reception of tho IToftrts of Oak ' Association, which is composed of shoo Bails men and BuloBwomen, took placo last night at tho Lexington Avcnuo Opora-Houso. Very many plcasuro.scokors wcro on tho floor. Hero aro the names of eoiuo of tho ladies and something about their toilets t Mim 1'anllne Daer wore blue satin and carried a corsage bouquet. MlssKlttr Csrnoj, blue atin, with anell-laio irlmmlun;. Miss Lizzie Lynch, black i sailn. Miss Mar Htnlili, whlto latin, witb. over- T, skirt of laoc. Mrs. James Nelson, black latin, I trimmed witu Jet. Mra. William tlrcenleaf, brown latin, tutu velvot trliiimluira: tent o( white satin. MUs Julia Coiiello, whlto satin; coriaao b...

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. — 10 January 1888

M&JK'V TnE WORLD: TOESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, 198&1 . , . Hf 1DISGRACE ENDS IN SUICIDE. wS t Hl'' SKY. JOHN MORDAUNT L0WT1.ER BnOOTB Br niHBElP IN IiONDON. U, " "" " TC ! Wu to ITbtb Been Tried Drfore the By r I Wtctea rtir Session. Thl. Morning On R, J n Ghstrg. sf Aeea.lllng June Hloddurl, n R P.mestlo Hermnt In llli Employ The Bv rp' OlAi ro Valued at 815,000,000. B? iifnui ciblx to mi ttobld.1 Hr lxnox, Jul. 10. A painful affair occmrcd J, t Bolton Itoctory, near Wlgton, this morn. (Injf. Eov. John Mordaunt Lowthcr, rector Of Bolton, H to hovo appeared before tho k; "Wiflton Fetty Sessions on a chnrge of inde. B contly assaulting Jano Btoddart, a domestic BB6 ecrrant in hi omploy. BBMf! Th dofendant failed to appear, and it BBMr transpired that whon the cabman who was Kt'1 InBtrnotod to tako him from tho rootory to BBgli the oonrt callod at tho rootory Lowthor HPf rent to the door and triwo him a letter to take BBJk, iohtowlioitoratWigton. BBk' He then placed a revolver...

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