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

1 11 FTL'lL 'liii'i!..1 ' vii'ra rn. m, ,,,,;,, ,,,,, hum '9 largest Number Yet I; --5W$i. : Largest Number Yet J E - Bunda. WMfcD Contained : ., . 1? . W. - "SSSTSG&toSS I ;5,286 Wants." ffi nn.Mt ASUfiHtfill 5,286 " Wants." I TRICE ONE CENT. jyEw YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 0 lasted. GROWING DISCORD. Michigan Central Effeotually Tied Up ThiB Morning, Burlington Will Not Attempt to Force Freight To-Day. Tser I. nn Aldrrmnnle Election In Progress at Chicago nnd the Police are Needed nt tbe Polla to Preserve Pence The HI. Paul nnd Port Wayne Road are In n Very Bad Way Northwestern nnd Rock Island Iloade Helping the Htrlker. S?TCIiL TO THI WORLD.l CniOAQO, April 8. The strike situation is Sot materially changed this moraine. Discord is on tho increase. The St. Paul road is in tho worst condi tion, although the Fort Wayne is nearly as tartly off. Tho Michigan Central switchmen, as was expected, did not return to work this mora, inc. The Northwestern and nock Islan...

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

K 2 THE "WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1888. f THE WORLD. Hf rulUiUd ty Ms rullUtt Co, Hi' TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3. V? BXTJIBCItll'XION TO IBB ZrSKHfO H; EDITION (Including Tettagt), K' BR MONTU, 30c.f X'ER YEAIt, $3.50. Kt' VOL, 28 NO. 9,723 V- Hi' r JtaUred at the Pott-Office tt New York u second-class H( '' matter. saaBHFVj K IB ire ii I at ion" Boo ks and Press Room ;j OPEN TO ALL. t i Tbx Cibcolatiok or tuc K EVENING EDITION R THE WORLD B'l foftho week ending Untimlnr, AInrch 31, wu V as Kj Monday 100,600 H& Tuesday 106,500 Hf Wednesday 1 05,640 Hj' Thdhsday 102,800 B Friday 106,760 Hl Saturday 1 06,880 B A QUEER OHABQE. HM Judgo Cowihq'b charge to tho Grand Jury k' wu a romarkablo porf ormanco . K He advised that body to disregard " publio B'" clamor, come from whero it may." If such K ndvlco bad been hoodod, how would indlct- Ef menti over bavo been found againut Tweed, H& Uuddensiek, Db Leon, tba Iioodle Aldoniicn Hw' and Jake Sni.ni ? Thero was a public clamor ...

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 THE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1888. 5 fl GAYLY PASSED THE HOURS. CHI BALLROOMS THRONGED WITH WHIEL INQ MERRY-MAKERS. I (The Ltqnor nenler' Reception at the Metro polltnn llnnilsomo Dress., nl the Cen irnl Turn Vcreln'o llnnee Siravr-Wnrk-era Hnvo an Hvenlns'ii Picaaurr Paint er Alnka Thins Lively nt Clarendon llnll. Tho mouthers of tho Wine, Liquor and Ccor Denlers' Association, together with their families nud guests, filled the Metropolitan Opcrn-HouBo last night, when their annual hall wos given. There woro no decorations to mark tho ovont, but tho toilots of tho I ladies passed by in an endless panorama, and ! nothing oho was needed to niako tho sceno ) pay nud brilliantly colored. ' it was a notable ball. too. and the history of tho association, which roob back five solid years of prosperity, does not show any liko 'pothering which can compare with lost night's assemblage. Outsido of tho ballroom the cntranco, corridors, grand stairways, supper-rooms, boxes and gallor...

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

Kv r THE WORLD; TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3t 1888. HB MOVING THE HOTEL BRIGHTON ON WHEELS. IB The blc Hotel Brighton began iUtrttTole on IV wheels early this moraine. EiRbt powerful I Bi locomotives were attached by strong cables IV'v io the twenty-four trains of flat cars on I Rf which the structure rests, and at 8.80 o'clock B R the sienal was Given to start and spectators I Bj and officials stood watching with breathless I Ht interest to seo whether the experiment would I vf bo a success or whether the train would cause I HMBf, the hotel to tumblo to pieces like a hoflso of I HHbY'J cards. I Bt, Tall plumos of whlto steam rose from the IKt eight smoke-stacks, and tho big driving. I B' wheels flew around, falling to get a grip on IH" the track. Then there was n cry, "Sho's IH offl" and the big load began tomovooo IH' Blowly that its progress was almost iinper- IKK ceptible to the spectators. IBjt By 10.15 o'clock tho hotol had been moved IHv 73 feet. IKv This afternoon an attempt wil...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

gessBsaW3yylffiBffiBia I ! v r T r r "5 Sif'Y 'BIA ' ' ; 1 pTmillllllllllllllilliiiinniM piimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiia J''1H ' E Hf'S??-. ?.!. ...,!, 3 "" LSX! n?.??. . XsLJ. 5 ' : ':'! E Sunday's WORLD Oontainoa 3 !Z2ifS WSjSl ..' -" - fe tv : ' Sunday'V WORLD Contained ' 3 H 6 Ofift ' Wank "3 ' ds$W4k Wr. SotS AkAJl J5 OQC " Unii Wd , ;AoO; WallTSiil ffJT lilP 'ISrcr (0(H:f mmm I nil .Tr'5 WSIliS. U jioiiE than WEitn rnnLihiiKii nv any two Vm&L vjj f NjllV IMXlicllllM Mv'vKIf L1bvI onn TiiANwitiYir "llgl giujj n 1 1 mm i in ii 1 1 in m i it i3 AlMfflMaMMKIr? l"aL ilBli Euin 1 1 1 inmim'" iiijliijlliijlu3 !! """"pRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT, ! BASEBALL IXTRA ENDED AT LAST. Cessation of the Hostilities at Ohioago. St. Paul and Fort Wayne Roads Resume To-Day. How the Great Burlington Uoyrott Was United General Managers and ltallrond Workmen Reason Together and Decide That They Defter Het 1e the Trouble No Blacklisting to Do Dono and "Q Freig...

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

R v .1 ssHT' " I E , a THE WORLD t' TfiDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 4, 1888. , I Kf THE WORLD. Vf rtltMii if Ms Trtii rAlMtng c. HE, WEDNESDAY EVENINC, APRIL 4. Hir avBBcnii'xioif xo tub jsrsmsa Hp EDITION (Including rottagt), Ki .MW. MONTH, 30c.) VEIl TEAJl, $3.50. Hr VOL.28 NO. 9.724 K K KnUredatth.roet-OBce.tNew YorkM second-elm K? null matter. H IMilS'BikritirPfesrRooni1 ? OPEN TO ALL. j IHd The OincuLATioN or in i K EVENING EDITION the world H forth. we ending Hntnrilurt Alnrch 31, wnj HR' ai follows: H Monday 100,600 K' Tuesday 106,500' H Wednesday I05,640 Hfr Thursday 1 02,800 HI- Fbiday 106,760 K Saturday 1 06,880 Mw ATernae for tho Entire Month f f2 QQI SM& ) or Malta 7. .. Kf BRIBERY RAMPANT. Efe 0n Sunday The Would exposed (ho char. H? Mter and methods of En PnKLrs, the " King mk', of the Lobby." As a result of thl exposure, Bi" Speaker Colk banished the lobby from tbo Ba- Assembly Chamber and revoked all passes Kf ' to the floor. Hra This morning's Would contains specific ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

I THE TVORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4. 1888. " '!JM I ' PLEASURE IN THE DANCE. TIPOGRAPHIOAL UNION NO. 6 SCORES ANOTDEE NOTABLE SUCCESS. "Tomrannr Itnll Crowded Willi Merry-Sinker Tim InTeMlcAtora Giro a Ball Knights ofT.nbor and Ladle. In Calico Unnali Irrn of HI. CJcore IIoto n Concert The AJvnnce Aaaoclatlon In Ibo Ilnllronin. 'Whenever Typographical Union No.G at tempt to do anything in earnest it always rjuccoeds. LnBt night tho ball Given y it at Tammany Ilall was no oicoption to tho rulo. Fully two hundred and fifty couples woro present. Bayno had his full Sixty-ninth ltcgiment ball band present. Tho officers irot jamrsM. Duncan, President; nam Hlchard on, Vice-President; TheoUoro 0. Wildman, Becre tsry. George II. .Moore, Treasurer: Duncan Mo Leod, Trnsteo of Fauils; Tnotnas F. bcullr and jotin.T. Herein, Trustees, auu Thomas J. ltobln ou, SerKsant-at-Arma. A feature of the evening was the Ollnra wnlla's Indian war dauco which was indulged In by all bands. In chnrgo of t...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

HI HI' . THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1888. EHRICH BROS. K' A HUGE DISPLAY OF m SPRING MILLINERY B; AT EXTRAORDINARY PRICES. llKo 1.000 ladles' round Straw lint. In the A largo usasortment or trimmed mW latest shapes nnd oolors, handsomely Bonnets, with Ions atrlnr, oxquliltH i aaBi trimmed with flowers, feathers nnd rib- style anil made ti of cholco inulcrluls K fconj ; exceptional bargains $ worth $0 worth $7. GO ouch, at f 0 -m $3.00. Kf $iUUi Hats nnd Bonnets mado up In lato HP Children's largo flat Hats, trimmed stylos from material, of tho first quality, R' in flrst-class stylo, with ribbon bows nnd at $0.50, $4.50, $5.50 and upward to Bk paads f worth $4.50 each, at toQ flfl Bkv $4Sero Flno straw sailor Huts, trimmed with B, Ladles fine Blllan Straw Hats, all col- ribbons and well lined, each Hjfc on and new spring shades, each 10o KT OOO. All silk ombro anil glace watered K;. Elegant French Flowers, vorloos do. Hlbbons. best oomblnaUons, vorth COc. Vf Signs and mat...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

Mglmiy"rtj 1 ' VTri'Tr M ' t IP's "SfflmU IhprrniiiMiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTTJi Mmimmnmmininmmnfl ' rljl ffikSTSSi !:H!!!.!;LX1!,E m:W4 ..Largest Number Yet!: ,-J ! ft; "' Sunday's WORLD Contained ZlpSS I o irgST -. .- . : Sunday? 'wORLD'oontainod ' " : ll IpRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT, .! MST EEfflDN. 1EAYY-WEIGHTSINTUERING i ODKEOUQn.AllD-TDMBLB ROUNDS FODQHT WITHOUT RESULT. wo Fat Men (rom Philadelphia Battle Tor a I'd me of 802.60 In a-Lona Island Sporting Itesort Tho Proprietor Emti lbs Mill by Tarnlnc Off the Gni-The Ilclereo ttefuaes to Oive a Decision. Some forty club and sporting men and jrue that wero' neither woro witnesses of tho ard-glovo costost to a finish, under Queons erry rules, between. Denny Kclliher and like Boden. both Philadelphia henvy eielits, for 8150, that took placatin a woll nown Long Inland resort enrly (bis mora le. I The battle was fongbt In four rounds, Which lasted, including tho time spent mangling incident to a s...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

B THE WOULD WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 4, 1888. I T THE WORLD. H' WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4. Hf bvubcjiii-tiox to Tim srisitxsa Ki EDITION (Including reitage), Hc PER UONTU, 30c; l'SIt YEAH, $3.00. BHf VOL. 28 NO. 9,724 Bfj Bntsdatth.reat.OffloatNew Yorkas swond-elas. HrgX'? rnall matUr Hr . TlriafiBliaTd"PfesrRooni K OPEN TO ALL. Kp' Tnc CincuLAiioN or Tin H EVENING EDITION aaVv ' THE WORLD Hr tor tli. week ending fi.tnuluy, March 31, wi HS, a follows) Kf Monday 100,600 K Tuesday 106,500! H Wednesday 1 05,640j Bfc! Thursday 102,800; mm. Friday 106,760' B Saturday 106.880 Hj - .. ... H' Averns for the lintlre Month I f5 QQ I fe of march..". mOiJI Hni rr -- TT ! Ht BEIBEEY RAMPANT. M On Sunday The Woiild exposed tho chnr- Hf Aoter and methods of Ed Phelps, tbo " Kins Kjr of the Lobby." As a result of this oxposuro, B' Speaker Cole banished tho lobby from tho Hf: Assembly Chamber and revoked all passes K!i to the floor. Bj 'l This morning's World contains epociflo K S, charges that Lob...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

I - THE WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1888. . 9 Wk PLEASURE IN THE DAW V , . nFOG&APniOAIi UNION NO. 6 SCORES ANOTHER NOTABLE SUCCESS. Tammany null Crowded sv Ith lUerry-MnVera The Investigator Giro a Ila.ll Knight, of Labor and I.riIIoi In Calico Daunli' tern or Ht. ticorae Ilavo a Concert Tlio Advance Association In tbe TJallroam. Wheuovor Typographical Union No. C at tempts to do anything in earnest it always Fuccccils. Last night tho ball Riven by it at Tammany Ilnll wan no exception to the rule. Tully two hundred and fltty couples woro present. Boyno had his full Sixty-ninth ltogiment ball band present. Tho officers , are: JamrsM. Duncan, President; Harry Klehard lon, Vice-Presidents Theodore C. Wlldman, Score tory. George II. Moore, Treasurer; Duncan Mc l.ecO, Trusue of Funds; Thomas l Scully and jonn J. Dersln, Truatcos, ana Taomas J. ltobln lon, Sergcant-at-Arms. A feature of tho nvening was tho 011a?a- walla's Indian war danco which was indulged in by all hands. I...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

K -y THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1888: ' EHRICH BROS. K A HUGE DISriiAY OF m 'SPRING MILLINERY Hb AT EXTRAORDINARY PRICES. HBi 1.000 lafllea' ronnd Htrow Mats In the A Urgo nsssortineiit of trimmed HHr' latest shapes and colors, handsomely Bonnet, with lonjr trln(r, exquisite) I" Kh trimmed with flowers, fenther and rib- tyleami mndo up of choice mulerlalst Bf Pons ; exceptional bargains worth $0 worth $7.50 pitch, at K' oko $3.00. Vft,' ipetJvJ. lints nnd Bonnets mndo up In Into HK Children'! larno Hut lints, trimmed Uylri from materials of thoflm qitiility, HR la flrst.class style, with ribbon bows nnd ot $3.50, 94.50, $5.50 and upward to WKA band , worth $4.50 each, at gg QQ UK, qt&m&Q Fine lraw tailor Hats, trimmed with HH? Iittdlei' fine Illlan Straw Unto, nil col- ribbon and well lined, oaoh Bf or and new spring Rhodes, each 10 O WKfi 5oO All silk ombre und place watered H, Klesant French Flower., various do- Ribbons, best combinations, worth COc. WM$ alga 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. — 4 April 1888

f5 '''fWSPfqli cmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniira KTrMiiiimniimiiiiiinmniia '.fl tSL'SSS 5H!! .TL!.g Wg -Lar.fest Number Yet I: 9 j' Sunday's WORLD Contained- 3 ,tv rit wW&lSZ . , w . 871533 " S 598ft Wank "3 j&ml S&PSt Jf J5 Q-a " Want -9 fc 155. "?!! a fflff ii ip wMmimM mwlmmWiyt jrob wants, t m Emu m i m 1 1 n uixiixiliiixxiiij BllIM EuLnmx mmSfm. t 'j"j fl PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888. PRICE ONeIjENt! IB 5 O'CLOCK EXTRA ENDED AT LAST. e Cessation of the Hostilities at Ohioago, St. Paul and Fort Wayno Roads Resume To-Day. Hsvc the Great Darlington Boycott Was Raised General Manager and Railroad Workmen Reason Together nml Decide That They Better Mettle the Trouble No Blacklisting to Be Done and "Q Frelabt Hereafter Will Ha Uandlod Wltheut Discrimination. frPICIAL TO Tit WOat.D.1 CnioAao, April 4. General Manager Jef frey, of the Illinois Central road, said to a reporter this morning : " I promised the men that in the eveut of the failuro of the Ch...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

sasasflsasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasa 4bbH k' s THE WORLD t WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1888. """ ... .. V Br;' THE WORLD. H WEDNESDAY EVENINC. APRIL 4. stK- HC' BVBBCIilVXION TO THE BVBNIirO K$' EDITION (Intludtnff roitagt), K , .TJWZ MONTH, 30c; PER YEAR, $3.50. H VOL. 28 NO. 9,724 Bv Attend at th.Fost-Offlc. at Ifew Yorkee eeoond-elasa Btv.r mall matter. Br Circulation Books and Press Room Kf OPEN TO ALL. Hu'i Tint Oiboclatioh or the I EVENING EDITION B;; THE WORLD K for th wmk cndtDS SainrdnTi March 31, was K'4 follows: H Monday....... 100,600; Kf ' Tuesday i . . . 1 06,500; Ef Wednesday 1 05,640 R- TntmsDAY 102,800 H' Fbiday 106,760 f Saturday 106,880 Hr AYernste for the Unllre Month I nR QQ I B af March IWOgl my BBIBEBY BAMPAKT. Bf On Sunday The Would exposed tho char- K Mter and methods of Ed Phelps, tho "Kins H$ tot the Lobby." As a result of this oxposnro, Hrt Speaker Cole banished tho lobby from tho HfX Assembly Chamber and revoked all passes K'' to tho floor...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

. THE TORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1888. -Jr. . !uJB PLEASURE IN THE DANCE. TTPOaitAPHIOAL UNION NO. 6 BC0RE8 ANOTHER NOTABLE SUCCESS. Tammany Hall Crawded with MerrylUnkera Tlie Investigatora Give a Hall Kntglits of labor and Indle In Cnlleo I)auiU trr of Ht. Oeorae JlnTo a Concert Tho Advnnco Association In tlio Uallroom. Whenever Typographical Union No.C at tempts to do anything in earnest it always succeeds. Lnst night tho ball given by it at 'lainmany Ilall was no exception to tho rule Fully two hundred and fifty couples wero present. Bayuo had Ills full Sixty-ninth Itegimcnt ball band present. Tho officers aros James M. Duncan, President: IUrrr ltlchird on, Vice-President; TneoUoroO. Wildman, Becre turj. George II. Moore, Treasurer: Duncan SIo Leod, Truatee of Fundi; Thomas F. rjcullr and jonnJ. llergln, Trustees, auu '1 nomas J. itobta on, Sergeant-at-Arras. A feature of the evening was tho 011a;o vralla's Indian war dance which was indulged in by all hands. In charge ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

H';;4 THE WORLD? WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1889. il EH RICH BROS. K'; A HUGE DISPLAY OF SPRING MILLINERY K AT EXTRAORDINARY PRICES. iVsVsVeYk 1,000 ladies' round Straw Hnt, In tho A Iurgo nsssortincnt of trlmmo"- sVsfsVeWl latest shapes nnd oolors, linndnomely Ilonnots, with long strings, exquisite i" mWWfs trimmed with flowers, leathers and rib- stylo nntl made up of cholco tnulerlulsi mWf. boat : oxooptlonul bnrgulns 5 worth $0 worth $7.00 ouch, at caot"At $9Rn $3.00. K' 4601y Hats nnd Bonnets mndo up In lato i Children's largo flat Hnt, trimmed styles from material, of the flrt quiillty, Bif in first-class style, with rlblionbows and at 9.50, 94.50, $5.50 and upward to Rr POBds ; worth $4.50 each, at AO AA HF' P6.&9. Fine straw Bailor lints, trimmed with H' tittdles' fine Slllan Straw Hats, all col- ribbons and well lined, eaoh p on and now spring shades, each 19 O Ktf 5uOi All silk ombre and glaoo watered b Klegant French Flowers, various do. JWbbons. best combination., wo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

, - jj-'-iiM KTT II M I M 1 1 HI M IT I I! 11 11 1 1 1 II M A K Ml II I M I III I II T 1 1 1 II II III tl TJ1 ,.t ' jJH : Largest Number Yet I : vx : Largest Number Yet I, : V$M : Sanaay'a WOBLD Contained : SSi WpfepfeC .'. : Sunday'a WORLD Contained . .: v fl :fi OOC " Want. w tStSPm FMW?k ffY SwkJl fi OQfc M IUamIa W :09jcWb wants. f roj tnr si MI All? I nil 2!s5 wants, s s .tioiiB'TiiAit wimn rcnLihinti) nv any two VSbXcAJMlnL IMi WiMibKuIi IlHIfnifirali IIBmHI : llill will YaJL )?3Lr J9L 1J 1 luL, iJijL f . - more thanNvrre VunMrmKo' by any two 'H OTHER NI1W8PAPICIIB. - jgC Bf llll3llKW XjPy3gPpr M SJ N3 VP OTHER NEWSPAPERS. H PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT,' ,J9 EXTRA i X IF, IMC, BEAVY-WEIGirrSINTHERING F0UBE0UGH-AND-TOMBLE ROUNDS FOUGHT WITHOUT RESULT. Two Fat Men from Philadelphia Battle for a Fane of 802.50 In a Long Islnnd Sporting Resort Tho Proprietor End tbe Mill by Taming Off the Go The Referee Refuses to Giro a DecUIon. Soma forty c...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

P-' if . THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVEN1JNG, APRTL 4, 1888. ' H, -THE WORLD. f'p '"'"WlliAWiX.'iViMMIiMrffCo, B WEDNESDAY EVENINC, APRIL 4; LiiasWv Kt BVSSCJtXl'TJOir TO THE JSrEKJSO H EDTTIOK (Intituling rotlnnr), K PJEfl MONTIT, 30c; Mil YEAH, $3.G0. Kp VOL. 2B NO. 9,724 Eg) Bntsred t the rost-Offloe at New Yorkaa eecond-claes Hjf null matter. Wk "Ulrcul at! on" Bod klTita" iflsRoom! H? OPEN TO ALL. B" Tn OiRCTianoN or the K EVENING EDITION I THE WORLD Br ' for the week, ending Srunrdny, ninrrli 31, M Bf as follows: HP' Monday. 1 00,600 Hp Tuesday 106,500 Bf Wednesday 1 05,640 Hi' TnnnsDAY 102,800 K Friday 106,760 Hi Satohday 1 06,880 K . , M? ATrrnop fortUeiintlroOIonlli I nfl QQI pHE rfllnrch.......... ...... ...JJ UO' K. bbibeby bamfant. H On Sunday The WonLD exposed (bo chnr- K4 noter and methods of Ed Phelps, tbo "King E& of tho lobby." As n result of this cxposuro, Hra, Speaker Coix banisbod tbo lobby from tbo K ' Assembly Chamber and revoked all passos H&f to tbe floor. ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

THE WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1888. V$l PLEASURE IN THE DANCE. TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO. 0 SCORES ANOTHER NOTABLE SUCCESS. Taimnnny ITnll Crowded with MerrrOInWer. Tlio Inve.tlBntor. Give a Ilall-Knlalita of I.nbor nnil I.nillrs In Cnllco Dnugli Irrii of Mt. Oeorse Havo n Concert Tlie jtilvnnce Aa.nclatlon In (he llullroom. Wbcnover Typographical Union No. G at tempts to do anything in earnest it nhvays succeeds. Last night tho bull Riven by it nt Tamniany Ilnll was no exception to tbo rolo. Hilly two hundred and fifty couples woro jirescut. Bnyno had bis full Sixty-uiutb Hcgiment ball band present. Tbo officers are; James M. Dnncan, President: nrry ltlchnrd ton, VIce-l'reililentjTlicodore C. Wlldmaa, Score, tarj. Ueorgo II. Moore, Treasurer: Dnncan Mc jod, 'lruiwe of Tonus; Tnomaa r. Scullr and jotinJ. Herein, Truilccs, auu Thomas J. ltoliln ion, Sergeaut-Bt-Atmi. Afeiituroof tbo ocnlng was tbo Ollncn walla's Indian war dauco which was indulged In by all hands. In chargo of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 April 1888

H'' !- THE WORLD ; WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1888. ' ' K 1 UPHOLSTERY DEPT. Kt ' SURPRISE SALE Mi,.. OF It" MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES. Kst' 3,000 pieces of Juto Vclour Cur- :2v tains, Tahlo Covers, Borders, Mo- g hair l'luah Covers, Chenitlo Covers R, and Curtains, Tapestry Portieres, Ml- t Madras and Lace Jtemnauts. &.'' A grand opportunity for thoso M who make early selections, as these W goods will bo sold without regard E- to cost of manufacture. I BROADWAY, 8TH & 9TH STS N,Y. I SPRING jIVERCOATS bY 0nr "n ' n,ade up r Hpcotal Design, for IJSfJ on,r flne trade, uperlnl attention to tuohnpe MffigT afsTarment belnj siren. Our price for a full R'' HUlcUned COAT la I $13.50. SjR-. Onrnnortmeni embrace AO line. from M . S8.Q0, $9,00, $10,00 to $24,00, Ek Silk-Faced and Silk-Linod. tfJBF " Thl. department being one or many, tro EH.- , caM "fIor,, yu 'I"1 .nine nrent. Iione.t vnluo ERi n. characterize, our Imiiiciiuoolfering in I; Gents' Furnishing Goods. J;JK Catalogue, mailed ...

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