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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 April 1888

. TJ1K NEW YORK ';HH PUUL1C LlBRAttY ' 'H I THE tftRGEST NUMBER YET. ! : . mwm- i THE LARGEST NUMBER YET, ; M Yesterday's WORLD Contained JtJlt "SSSPP ffX CfgAT "" tl L. Yesterday's WORLD Contained H9 jpZob WfHMj fjyilir I? POhIOm Iffl iSeS? Wants. h 91 : "more tsan -wkivs pvntiswsn by Ajn-'rwo ' 3ls TO K P0m1Irm IuriM l)lh(?lnak-?lirvl6 M IJl rlHriil i" lylir IlXir 82toy'' &k x l&'Vs&JJ' i Mo'RE'mA we're' piwlisiied by' an two I ''WEmm OTHER NEWSPAPERS. T VJT r jlWlli?ll1iwltlMjVjyM 7V .A 81 W V VM OTHER NEWSPAPERS. .JaH9 ttiini"Mnnn"M'MninmimnninnnnimiMMy L1 lial -u " l iicssta iiiiniiniiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii nnj r MpapHfl PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. , IHI 3 O'CLOCK LEAPED OUT OF A WINDOW. i MRS. PETER SUTHERLAND NEARLY KILLB HERSELF WHILE DELIRIOUS. I Hearing That Her llubnnd Intended to mt Iler In tlio Flnlbimh Asylum for the Inannc, She Jump from a Hcrond.Slory Window Iler I'nll llrokcn by Clothe. Mne Other New fro...

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. — 2 April 1888

H",', 2 THE! WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, I888t B THE WO ELD. K MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2. m, BUSBOBIfZIOtr TO TUB XrENXXO PKEg ( EDITION (Including Pottag), Mjv JP-qVI MONTH, 30c; I'EIi XESR, $8.50. Hrr VOL. 28 NO. 9,722 BV?' btwri a lb Post-Offloe at Kew York M eeoond-elass $' " matter. ' Irculation Books and fressloom I & OPEN TO ALL. HKr Tut Cibotlatiok or TUK ! EVENING EDITION ! mm THE WORLD ' Bh!V tor the week ending Haturday March 31f was , BlW M lOllOWi! 1 Bf 'Monday 100,600 Hf Tuesday 106,500 K Wednesday 1 05,640 jf Thursday 1 02,800 Hf Fbiday 106,760 HH? Saturday 106,880 Mrfis Arernvr for thn Kntlre Rloalh I OR 2QI Hjfc of March mO, O1! HlP .. WOMEN -IHBPEOTOEa Hara Tho Control Labor Union ohowod Us mag- HpH& nanlmlty by giving a hearty indorsement to Hflt tho efforts of the Workingwomen's Society to $T; Monro an amondmont to tho law providing Hf&r for six women inspectors of foctorlos. Hp A bill to this offoct is to be submitted to HgK. tho Legislature, and i...

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. — 2 April 1888

.. THE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1888. 9f ;JH ' MARKED BY DANCE AND SONG., i AKKIVEESARIEB OF BINQINU 6001ETIES MEBBILT COIMEJIORATEDi The IJeethoven Maennerehor Celebrate tho Baiter Featlvnl Pretty Toilet Been en !the Ilnllroom Floor Concert by a Hchlee-Mrls-Uoltteln Society Entertainment of the Uermania Association. Tho Boothovon Hacnnorclior colobrated Jnstcr last evening by n concort and ball at Jloetliovcn Hall. Tho floor was undor tho management of Hclnrick Eggo, assisted by Gnstav Muollor, Win. Kurtzer, L. Kronfold, J. M. Obmois, Win. Tcnhompol and J. II. Escbcr. Among tbo many pretty toilets soon upon tho floor wero tbo following : Mini Anna Marl Froben, ollvo green silk, vita black moire antique trimmings. Miss Fiances Btclnrnlllor, black Bpanlsti lace, With black let ornament. Mrs. A. Bteinmlllcr, black tolllo rellglense, with blck moire antique vest. JII-bMoIIIo Ilrickclmiiler, black satin anil Jet. JII8H Fannie Drlckclraaicr, whlto satin, with White lace tabller. ...

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. — 2 April 1888

IHB ' 1 PHV 4 THE WORLD i MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1888. , 1 K: &0ME TIMELY TURF GOSSIP. V- WEIGHTS FOB THE WASHINGTON AKD BAL- H TIMORE SPRING HANDICAPS. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbhu HK prominent Candidate, for the Be Lonla aaWfassV Derby ad Their Winnings when Tm Jmi 1 Tvrs Tears Old-Coadwla Urea.' Trf 'aBj3'l!, Pnbllealloaa Itaw the Lincolnshire and BwH" Xilverpaol Grand National Wera Won. jHftf From to-dajr nntll well Into November thoao In. BR'." tareated In racing matters will hire no caoso to RS compUIn of tha lack of (port. In fact, there Is Kft' aanttfr tBat there will t too much. Tbo scries of l Hfc regular meetings begins to-day at New Orleans, and mk''" m in tarn progress aa owners Jonrnej north- HH wWd t0 Memphis, Nashville, Lexington and ao on HaV v toLordsvlllo, Latonls, St. Louis, Kanaaa City and E& Cbloago, while before the end of April racing will Nfli bare begun at Washington, to be In turn followed KMV at fcslllmoro and Brooklyn; To-day alao begins a KtmV long...

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. — 2 April 1888

' FswaMJWsMp MWaF a Els fi ''' 'tiK - y 91 BLumn'"""""""""""""'""" ' o '' Hl fTHELARGEST NUMBER YET. -2$&mm2Z- I THE LARGEST "NUMBER YET.l ' 2 Yesterday's WORLD Contained ; SSS0W l$WM&m&& hf WJtw Yesterday's WORLD Contained ! - ..,?5?, i fijijllfflr IRnvn 1III: IPilF I Ml iOfoo wants. H J F ifelttimMail3iJMivl"7)a fflL.sllMilM other newspapers. vi B - liiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiif '? Il'KlCE OWE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1888. FrICE ONE CENT. H BASEBALL TOTALLY SLAIN. . - An Industrious Woman Murdered by Her Drunken Husband, Vain Efforts of a Boy to Save His Mother's Life. I 'Patrick rncklnghnm Cuts Ills YVIfc' ft Tliront In Writ Trvcntv-Sevenlli Htrcct J nnd Kit. lie In C.lnd He Old It-lie Ilml 1 Just llegKed OIT Irani Arrest Twice The ft Crime Committed Jn the Wight of Two Hani End of n I,od Course of Abnso V Patiently Borne. Lying on the floor of a rear room in tho mrth etory of tho tonemout-houso 212 West vventy-seventh stree...

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. — 2 April 1888

HBti.' 2 THE' WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 188a J LH I - - in j . fB Hst THE WORLD. K'' MONDAY EVENINC, APRIL 2. HHE& ffvnacitiVTiON to tub nrjsirixo fsflKL'-' EDITION (Including roitage), lB . WW JKWlWr, 30c. i'JTJ ITTilB. 9.t0. gRc' VOU 28 NO. 9,722 HHjI)? KnUred at tht PoiKWr. it New York m second-olsis HIKE;' mail mstter. IK ; Hf ' liiilatTE'BTolnrPreRin B; OPEN TO ALL. IHgr TUX CinCDtATlON OF THE r EVENING EDITION KK THE WORLD HE$' for the. week ending Hntnrilny Alnrch 31, was HjHKh, M '"ow,! Wm Monday. ... . . .' 100,600 Hp- Tuesday 106,500 AK. Wednesday 1 05,640 B Thursday 1 02,800 Kf Friday 106,760 B. Saturday 106,880 HHSfT ATernae far thn Untlrn Olontli I QC QQI ''? or Alnrch Iwvl'',' BHJVv' 7" ' fB) ' WOMEN INSrECTOKS. . IH9' Tlio Control Labor Union showed its mag- IBS-. nanlmity by giving a hearty indorsomont to flBKv tho efforts of the 'Worklngwomcn's Society to lHB- cecnro an amendment to tho low providing HBji tox six women Inspectors of factories. ijHf A bill ...

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. — 2 April 1888

Sarked by DANCE AND SONG,. I m ANNIVERSARIES OP BINGINU 60C1ETIE8 r MERttILT COSMEMOKATED. fl I Tbe IJeetlioTen IHsieiinorchor Ccltbrn.tr. Ilia I Itn.trr I'rMlrnl Pretty Toilet Heen on Ml tbo llnllronni Floor Concert liy a Bchlca. ,vlK-lloltilii Society Hntcrlnlnment of , ilio Grrinnnln Association. Tho Boolhovon Maenucrclior colobrntert Jnstcr Inst evening by n concert mid ball at Beethoven Ilnll. Tlio floor was under tho management of Hcinricli Eggo, assisted by Gustav Mueller, Wm, Kurtzor, L. Kroufeld, J. M. Ohmcis, "Win. Tenhompel and J. II. Esclicr. Amoug tlio many pretty toilets soon upon tlio floor wero tbo following i Mis Anna Maria Proben, ollvo green U with black mnito untlque trlmmlnga. Mlas Frances Htciuiiillier, black Spanish lace, Willi tila.cn Jet ornamcnlii. Mrs. A. stcitimlllor, black tolllo rellglcuse, wlta bl civ mo re untlque vest. illss.Molllo llriekclniuler, black iatln anil Jet. Miss r.itutle llrlekcluialer, wlilto uutln, with Wiiltolaeo tabller. Miss Jvnlsn l...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 April 1888

B'1 ,tc TgE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1888. H KWT ASKED FOR SHARP. i . .K": X COONBEL BAT HE 13 IN DANGER OF HL , ' DEATH FKOM PNEUMONIA. BV rHrX1! a Bint r Com and Cniible l Rla " WBrH? AminrltVUrpMrnna to bo Appointed by Hk o Court to Examine lllm Article In H the Newspaper Itlnde the nial of n Ki ' Motion far a Change of Venae. bM' Hv-L TC6b Sharp's caso w attain before the .Hb', Dori thli morning on a motion beforo Juclco ;,t Patterson, In Snpremo Court, Special Term, Ra ,Tho arch boodlor was not prcsont, but bis K'-i ' eoBBScl, Congressman W. Dourko Oockran HV W ex-Juace William Fnllcrton, vrcro. Hr1' v'8barp,abBonce being commented on, Mr. R I Fnllerton said i " Ho is too sick to bo pres- B' wat" Ht, "HaTen'two heard that beforo?" askod Kh t Dlstriot-Aitornoy Follows, who was on hand, K; ith bis assistant, McKenzio Scmplo, to op HF" poso th motion. ML "Not from mo," was tho lawyer's reply. Kj?. 'When the motion camo on for argamont it HEfi ' mpesred this illness was to b...

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

rowans. KTlTinilM inninuinimuiH.jj EiniTTTTITITT7TTTnnTITmI,rnt3 x -'IB :H$ JS.SJES2T. XSL!, : "W Largest lumber Yet 1 ; . 9 :"" "' Sunday's WORLD Contained. ": Sj WSl jm ' & . " BmdiyB6iiS"OraSEoa $l LMl!"!! ftHl rATOnif iWiilrrfi J536 " Wants,"; l : MOKE THAN WEItli FUI1I.INIIUII BY ANT TWO t f!& JsP s iMXlMlMMi rH)l Utt JwTW M WW xl l&B W' blP J Ll ik P & MRE AN mmB W" I1Y ANY'TWO ' tgfl gLUjLjjLiaiXJLiixii.ixii-i.in , , m i t 1 1 a ikMiiyilifjSffi lilHMi bi 1 1 n 1 1 ii m 1 1 1 1 x i n i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t't ' -Mm E" ' """" ' ' ' I I II ! HI I - I I I I I ' I ! I I I I. ! I I II I . I . I .Ml . , I . M , i i .. .. . I I I ! .1. ... .,. . , I I t IH PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT, H 5 O'CLOCK EXTRA (SOWING DISCORD. Jliohigan Central Effeotually Tied Up Thia Morning. purllngton Will Not Attempt to Force Freight To-Day. (There I an Alderrannlo Election In Prog-re at Chicago nnd the Police mre Needed nt the Poll to Freierre Peace The...

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 April 1888

HHHv)M TOEtWORftP; 'linJESttyAYBTENIWGARlL 1888. 1 HH;' the world. ? H. . ; rKss4 tv mu rttM(K0 a. KT' TUESDAY EVENINC, APRIL 3. K) KVBBOJtltXXOir TO THIS JSTXXINO Kv XDITXOir (Including Vottagt), Ky WW MONTH, 30c.) IXR TSAR, $3.50. EL' -VOL. 28 NO. 9,723 KHr :-- HB!r7i -'nVie4ntlhFoet-Of!loeaNew York as eeeond,Usi T null matter. aaaaananeY .Wv. . kk3 . iimm, i " . . . VP Ulrculitlonlooks and Press Room B JRj- OPEN TO ALL. &- Tin Oiiictlatiow or tb HB- 'EVENING EDITION H:' THE WORLD Hfr tor tat weeMndlng Sntnrdayf Alnreu 81, WM Hr'ki as follows: H'' Monday 100,600 K' TtJESDAT 106,500 jEt k 'Wednesday 105,640 HU TnunsDAY 1 02,800 Hpj Fbiday 106,760 Kf Saturday 106,880 H''' Averrie for the Entire Month I Qg 291 Hk i i s-t " - - "" - - Hk a queeb ohabqe. HBbf' Judgw Cowiho'b charge to tba Grand Jnry HHKi wa a remarkable performance . HHfc' He advised tbnt body to disregard " pnbllo "f clamor, come from where it may." If such HHL advico had beon heodod, how would indict B menta ever...

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 April 1888

I k GAYLY PASSED THE HOURS. t CITI BALLROOMS THRONGED WITH WHIRL ING HERRY-UAKER& Hi Liquor Sealer Reception at the tll.tr. potlian flandiome Dress,, al the Ceo. iral Tarn Vereln'a Danoe Rtraw.Work. ere Ilnre an Erenlne'e Pleasure Paint ere Make Thlace Lively at Clarendon Hall. The members of tho Wine, Liquor nnd Beer Dealers' Association, together with their families and guosta, filled the Metropolitan Opera-Housa last night, when their annual ball was given. Thcro wore no decorations to mark tho evont, but tho toilets of tho 1 ladles pnsEod by in an endless panorama, and nothing eio was noodod to mako tho scono gar and brilliantly colored. It was a notable ball, too, and tho history of the association, which goes back flvo solid years of prosperity, does not show any like gathering which can compare, with lost night's asscmblago. Outside of the ballroom the cntranco, corridors, grand stairways, I Bunpor-rooms, boxes and galleries woro 1 turongod with merry pooplo. , , Tho gran...

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 April 1888

IbHHbHHMIHMNHH IB -; M THE WORM); TI71S8PAV EVflWNa, AFfifo 3t 1888, m 1 r , I, .1 --. Mfe MOVING THE HOTEL BRIGHTON ON WHEELS. M1TW,'Ti.bmm Rt The big Hotel Brighton began IU travels on MP steels early this moraine. Eight powerful k, locomotives yrere attached by strong cables VE1' to the twenty-four trains of flat car on K hleh the etructnro rests, and at 8.00 o'olock B& the signal was given to start and spectators V'v and officials stood watching with broathloss K lajtstMt to seo whether the experiment would Mfc- ' be (access or whether the train would cause Wg! the hotel to tumblo to pieces like a house of Bpi cards. Sf'1 1 Tall plumes of white steam rose from the bight smoke-stacks, and the bis driving. v wheels flew around, falling to get a grip on Kf the track. Then there was a cry, "Bho's MKJ. effl" and the big load began to more so WHt. slowly that its progress was almost taper- K ceptibla to the spectator. Vtt By lO.tB o'clook tho hotel hod been moved Hr 73 feet. HP 3M...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 April 1888

TTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTI 1 1 1 TT U 1 M H TV1 ' p.! 1 1 HI ! I M 1! Ill 1 III 11 II M 1 II II It 0 hmM : Largest Number Yet 1 1 U- -Largest Number1, Yte 1 1 !V :' Sunday's WORLD Contained : X$i fellSSiC . . : Sunday's WORLD Contained " ;5,286 " Waiits-'l fiftl- ttMSJJg&rMg AffllfrlYll 1WW.-J5S-!!. I MOKE THAN WBBI! PURMHIIBII I1Y ANT TWO Z YT . J 111 loL lMl mllmKllaM V ZSbL. f vL i!SJw I UL UH. P 0v t MoitK THAN WEttft rdlll.lstlKtt 11V ANY Vifo IJ wfl utiibk nkwapapkh. - vSW vflr ' liSlMraKWliraMlVllWll'm 1 IS wlHli' H M li Ol IRl NS'' J NK jr VVkP V? - OTIlim NIUVrlPAPnil. ' . ''i$ mim fiiniiiiiiiiiiimitinuj ifclitfjlliK jl&AHiyii EmxiujuLiii nun uiiijijuun-ir. fl 1'RICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT: ' H ! O'CLOCK I '' ' ROWING DISCORD. iohigan Central Effeotually Tied Up This Morning, arlington Will Not Attempt to Force Freight To-Day. itre I' nn Alilcnnnnlc election In Progress at Chicago nod the Police aro Needed at the roll to Preserve Peace ...

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 April 1888

MSB - THE WORLTJ : TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1888. Hr: THE WORLD. jHHf- JHisyrtsJrMJ'.ilAM'Ci. H TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3. Hf svxBcnii'iiox xo tub srsKisa K EDITION (Including Pottage), jjjjR , -P-W MONTH, 30c. f PER TSAH, $8.50. jHfv1- VOL. 28 NO. 9,723 BKv EnUred at the rott-Offio at Hew York aa second-clase ftf ' mail matter. BaBaY ' V 'Clryulaloo"kslFrPress Room K OPEN TO ALL. JjgK' Till OincULATION Or TBI B EVENING EDITION H THE WORLD K for the wm ending Sntardar, March Sit WM HS:, as follow! : K: Monday 100,600 B( Tuesday 106,500 H Wednesday 1 05,640 B1 Thursday 1 02,800 W Friday 106,760 iHf, Saturday 106,880 H Arcrnsr for the Kntlre Month I ftZ QQ I fr of Mi. re IUO,Cl K . Hf '1 A QUEEB CHARGE. fi, Judge Cowtno'b charge to tbo Grand Jury H iT vrRS remarkable performance . He advised that body to disregard " publlo 1 clamor, coma from where it may." If such Bf! advice had bocu lieeded, how would indlot- JKr menta over havo been found against Twxkd, K? BcDDENsrsK, De Leon, the ...

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 April 1888

THE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL' 3, 1888. S aM GAYLY PASSED THE HOURS. . .i. CITY BALLROOMS THRONGED WITH WHIRL. INQ MERRY-MAKERS. The Liquor Dealer Iteceptl.n at the Metro pnlllnn Hnnd.omo Drtim nl the Cen tral Turn Vcreln' Dane Rtraw-Work-rr IIrto an Evening', riesuure Paint er AInko Tliln Lively at Clarendon llnll. Tho members of tho Wino, Liijuor nnd licor Dealers' Association, together with their fiunllicB nnd guests, filled the Metropolitan Opcra-Houso last night, when their annual hall was Rivou. Thero woro no dooorations to mark tho ovent, but tho toilota of tho ladies passed by in an endless panorama, and nothing else wus needed to mako tho ncono pay and brilliantly colored. It wns n notablo ball, too. and tho history of tho association, which goos back fivo solid yonrs of prosperity, does not Bhow any liko gathering which can compara with last night's assemblage Outside of tho ballroom tho eutranco, corridors, graud stairways, suDpcr-rooms, boxes and gallories woro thro...

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 April 1888

K 4 THE WOR1.D; TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1888. K' ALL ABOUT THE GABLE ROAD. B I0W THE BIO ENGINES AUG BUILT AND K KEPT IN ORDEK. jf A Description of the Plnnt on Tenth Arcane i Ingenious Coulrlrnncrii for Itrgulnllna V; tlie Draught, Detecting Ilrenks In the Long Wm' iVIre Hope nml Locating Accident on EHCt the Honit Wonders df Machinery. H Through ttie courtesy of col W. il. rune, of Hj'f.' JJrooUtn Bridge fame, and F. L. Hart, chief H inirlnter of machinery, a Woran reporter u Hpir iltown through the vast engine room In the cable H,C car itablci at Tenth atenne and One Ilondred od BJr , Twentj-ntnth itreet, yesterdsy afternoon. These jfr rooms are on the cellar floor of the tmlltflng, and Hro-! re fitted up aa nicely as an amine dwelling Hpf room. All the machinery is brightly painted and K-' brass work polished to a dazzling degree of brlght- tcaa li eyerrwhrre to bo seen. The floor are of ard wood inlaid In fanclfnl designs. The dimen- Bf (loos of this room are 125 by 1W feet a...

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. — 3 April 1888

JfcmTTniiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiijj MiiiiiiiiiiimininiiiiuumM ' W :"-arS2"! HSE521 X2U -W" ' largest 'Number Ytl; - -'-M I, ., .i"""""' , nrnnm r . i ' L On.N' (w "5 """"'"-. " '"'"'ll"''aw"lS""""aw's w '.''J ' jSH Sunaay'B WORLD Contained - - - fcC ,ftw v : Sunday's WOBLP Contained : ' ! PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT, H " ""' "" ' '" . .1 aaenai ajnBBaai aaBBBei M 'M",,,"'"M'""""'","'","W1,IMM"I,M""',,,,W"",W,WM'MW""'""WMW 3 .Jjl BASEBALL XTRA !IH IN FRENZY. , Mother Throws Her Son and Her self From a Window, eople Spellbound Watching1 the Struggle la the Air. to Boy Bereams and Tries ta Prevent tilt Mother from Dropping Illm Tlie Woman Deliberately ta tleraelf Fall Believed to liar Been Crazed by Worry Let She Hbould Not lie Able to Support Her Family The Son Not Dadly Hurt. The romarkablo series of crimes which UTS occurred in this city during the past hree weeks -was increased to-day by a Bhock. ng attempt on the vart of an ineano mothor n Harlem...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 April 1888

HI ,-: ! THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1888. j R THE WOBLD. Wjf1' TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3. H MtZBBcsiiTJOir to rna xrxKxire HM& XDHIOir (lUttudlng TtHagt), Hfft . ,jfl .If tMrMT, 300. JVEB XSJM, $8.B0. B r VOU 28 NO. 9,723 Hafi, bWmdattiwPMt-OfflottI( Torku Mond-lu B&Cp ' mall raattar, Wi 'Circulation Books and Press Room m$?' OPEN TO ALL. KjL". ' Tub CracuiaTiow ot m MMJ evening edition Baft' THE WORLD &$j' fartha weekending Saturday. Alareh 81, wa HP- a follows i Hf- Monday........ 100,600 mk Tuesday 106,500 Kp Wednesday. 105,640 St-, Thubsdat 102,800 P Fbtoay 106,760 mp- Satdbdat 106,880 K'fik Avwmgfe far Iba Entire Month I Qg 291 Elf' A QUEER OHABQE. W(L Judge Gowxno's charge to tha Grand Jury BNJB'." VM remarkablo performance . Rai' ' Ha advised that body to disregard " pnblio Em!' clamor, come from where it may." If suoh EfiW , advice had boon heeded, how would indict- RWf; saeatt ever have been found against Twkxd, faf Bcddxxsiek, D Lion, the Boodle Aldorm...

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 April 1888

THE WORLD-t TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1888. ykwA ' '6AYLY PASSED THE HOURS. m CmUlLLOOOMS THEONOED WITH-WHIEIr INQ UEBQY-MJLEEBS. The Zilaaer Dealer IUeeptlea sttth, Metro polltnn Ilnndaome Dres..a al the Cen tral Tarn Vereln' Dnnoe 8trw-Work en IIhto en Evening' rieaaare Paint ers Olaks Thins Lively at Clarendon Hall. Tho members of tho Wino, Liquor and J3ccr Dealers' Association, together with their families and guests, filled tho Metropolitan Opera-Houso lost night, when thoir annual boll was givon. Thero woro no docoratlons to mark tho ovont, bat tho toilets of the ladies passed by in an endless panorama, and nothing elso was needed to make tho scene gay and brilliantly colored. It was a notablo ball, too, and tho history of tho association, which goeB back five solid years of proBpority, does not show any liko gathering which can coraparo with last night's assemblage. Outside of tho ballroom tho ontranco, corridors, grand stairways, suupor-rooms, boxes and gallerios were tnrong...

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 April 1888

Br ' V' ' ' ' THE WORLD! TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1888. f R MOVING THE HOTEL BRIGHTON ON WHEEL8. t -. K) ' i ba big Hotal Brighton began Its trs.Tla on Bf traecl early this morning. Eight powerful H loeomotires were attaohed by strong cablet Wg, to the twenty-fonr trains of flat car on HT' whlohtis structure- rasU, nnd at 8.80 o'clock H? tbo signal was eWen to start and spectators BE and officials stood watching with breathless Bis Interest to see whether tbo experiment would 9$fc be a success or whether the train would cause Kp Ihe hotel to tumble to pieces like a house of E cards. ' .Tall plumes of whito steam rose from tho Etw eight smoke-stacka, and tho big driving wj' wheels flew around, failing to get a grip on KK' the track. Then thoro was a cry, "She's Wb offl" and tho big load began to movo no WtF slowly that Its progress was almost iwper- Iffi, ceptible to the spectators. Eft By 10.iS o'clook the hotel had been moved Eg W feet. K. This af tornoon an attempt will be made t...

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