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

ywofertT fcFhr outdone. osiw4fe colossal cikculatioiF ' JJ twi '" ryU iMMJaMmHlJllmAl 1' IMEUBJsMiiLl ' 1iiim.mmml?MMmihiiMiiyim,!y,fr.,P,,;,0 v PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT.' 'H R-A-C-l-N-G EXTRA POWDERLY'S KEEN SARCASM. MR. " TRUST " HAS BOMB TROUBLB WITH TIIE COAL BARONS. The Row Originated Over the Charge that the "Aceesetnenta" Did Not Find Their Way Into the Treasury Operators Ad vised to Oreak Away from Their Dee petle Organization Something About " mayor Glneltt " that la of Interest. Otneral Master Workman Fowderly bos written the following letter for the Journal of United Labor. Dj special arrangement Tni Evening Wohld la enabled to print the communication In advance : ' Tne transportation Intereata of the anthracite coal companies met at Uetnlehem to-day to arrange the details aa to spring tolls, which are yet flnar- anged. If there are no new dUpntes there will be au agreement npon St. Tuaa the rate on coal from I toe mines to tide. I...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

'"T.EE WO BID.' BsaaKv HK? . THURSDAY EVENINC, APRIL 9. Ef gvjtscitii'TJoy to rim nrxnmro H i JSDITXOir (Intludina 1'ottage), H! ' JWWl MOimT,30e.! l'ER YEAH, $8. SO. K VOL. 28 NO. 9,723 R ' BBBM Catered atthrot-Offlet New York M .econd-elaas Hr " mall matter. v . - r 'Circulation Books and Press Room HP' -- .OPEN TO ALL. EH Tbe CincuLATWN or TBE T EVENING EDITION HI THE WORLD R tor tha-week ending Sntnrday, March 31, was K' as follows: HI MoNDAT 100,600 H .Tuesday 106,500 H? Wednesday 1 05,640 Kf Thursday 102,800 H Fkiday 106,760 Hj Saturday 106,880 HE1 ATeroare for the Entire Month IAC QQI Rp of Murch '"'g H HQUBES TALK. Kj Tho 'fact that The Evemwo Wotild of k$v yesterday contained 13 columns of ndvertls- Kyfv Inff shows conclusively that advertisers who K Jceep their eyes open appreciate tho valuo of Kgy th average circulation of 106,000 a day KV, which this journal maintained for tho month Hfc of March. Hv Tins Would does not deal In vague boasts KJIi' d moss-grown "high-wntor ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

1 PLEASURES OF THE SPRING. ' . HEHBEBSOPTHBFABUNBOCIETIENTEE- m TAIN AND DANCE. ' Hundred! of Trrtir Young; I.ndlri at the Tj l,exlntod Avenue Opera-House Toilet I, sf Home or Them Ualnav Dlen Giro a , ' Hall Pnnc-e of the J. and T. Cousins As- ! goclntlon Irish Jigs add Minstrelsy. . Tho Lexington Atcuuo OoerfuHouso was m jammed last night at tho entertainment and ball given by tho Fabian Lltorary Union. M The following Indies and gentlomen took " part In tho minstrel Bhow with which tho on , terteinment opened : a Interlocutor, James F. Doyle j ttmboi, Ed J. - Bennett and Tnoa. Ford; bones, Geo. V. Day and Maurice A. Bcanlon; John J. Karle, Thos.l'.Hysn, '" Itobt. J. McKeon, IT. J. Webb, Louis J. Cornu, Mlis Teresa 1'earsnn, Miss Mary Creeden, ltohi. J. If McKeon, Miss Hannah Creeden and Hlmon I', ta Donnelly. Hundreds of pretty girls wero present, and '" many decant toilets wero seen on tho ball- room floor. Among them wero tho follow- - ing: ? Mrs. Fred Bchroeder, black satin an...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

SBiBliOBHaaaiBaaaaflBaflBanB n H i .-t'.iii'T" - ., J i '''' -' j - ' ' !-. --T t... - . t- - ii i i i i rL. Wm ; IKARNINQ HOW TO STEW. HkT- ' hp'' uti1v schoolgirl 000x8 take a 8ec- r ' ond lesson. bL' " JtewWwtsw Ik Beef ul Then Cekl II Hf 'Vp with Tegble The Pruetleal Bi- Ontraltesl Toe Complicated la Allow Hf. . Math Time for the Tbeeretlral Parl- Kjt JUrcttos; that the Stew Wae Excellent. H Th step from stewing in a brown stndy to BT' ptsdying in brown stow was Yery success. R fully taken by Mrs. Hope's class in cooking, Hb, ibif morning, at tho Vandewator street B$ ' Jtatbef mora oomplloated than theprevi. Ew ertf culinary experiences at the sohool wai Ht tjk&one. It InrolTcd a good many opera. Hk loai and took ao much time that the class Kf wtsplungod into Its practicalities without Ke lingering long on the preliminary thoories. Bp "Hie thirteen assistants in the actnal cook- B fag were onoson from thoso members of the Hc class who ware lookers-on last week, and mM$ jrere...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

m. '""'"' """ r mk SICIENT EGYPT OUTDONE, i 0W- : COLOSSAL CIRCULATION ?M jjjjlf Circulation, 302 Ft Wm f fitt H llllll I M aIW WEEK, 1 Jl jj Modem American Pyramid WfJ- KHIw JWWW woTD I ' I ew '" i-lt Al-WJ j m,,,",,, m.mmT..M I MM JPRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT, 'jffl AST1W. 1 iWDERLY'S KEEN SARCASM. ' , "TRUST" IU8 BOME 1 ROUBLE WITH THE COAL BARONS. j Raw Originated Orer the Charge time the "neumtnlt" Did Not Find Their Way Into the Treasury Operators Ad vised to Hrenk Awny from Their Des potic Organisation Romethlng; About 'Mayor Glueltt " that Is of Interest. 1 mural Muter Workman Powdcrly has written following letter for the Journal of United 1 tor. By special arrangement Toe Etemino j jrld Ii enabled to print the communication In j Tuce: I tub transportation Interests of the anthracite al companies met at lietnlehem to-day to arrange a details us to spring tolls, which are jet nnar agea. If ttiere are no new disputes there will be agreemen...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

mMmmmmMmMeWlllnSisWLWBSS1 SSSSSsE ' 7 I sssssK K B 2 THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1888. H THE WORLD. V rullMtilylUTriurtiMMhaOa, H THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 9. B BXmBCJIIi'XIOlT XO THE EVBXIXQ Hfrl EDITION (Including Totlage), K PER MONTH, 30c. f 1'ER YEAR, $3.50. Kf VOL.28 NO. 9,725 Kl1'' Entered at the rost-OBlo. at Neir York as eeoond-elase fi' null matter. K G irciil atioli BodkTaFd" Pres?Roorn Hf OPEN TO ALL. Hftk Tni CiBOfunoK or Tax f EVENING EDITION H THE WORLD Kf for tho week ending Baturdajt Alarch 31, was Bm as loilowi: Km Monday 1 00,600! WM- Tuesday 106,500, Si- Wednesday 1 05,640 K Thursday 102,800 K FniDAY 106,760 KfL Saturday 106,880 Kjfr Avernar for the ICntlre Month I Qg OQI Hfl H0UBE8 TALE. Bin Tbo fact that Tub Evenino Would of Hvi. yesterday contained 13 columns of ndvortls- Hrm Inc shows conclusively that advertisers who Hftnf keep tholr eyes open appreciate tho valuo of H' tho average circulation of 100,000 a day KlK which this journal maintained for th...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

I ! THE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, APITIL 5, 1888. ' 3wH .... . - -- ,-... , ... . .. . , ..rH 7 PLEASURES OF THE SPRING. jb. ' MEMBERS OP THE FABIAN EOCIEII ENTER, a", TAIN AND DANCE. oka! Hundred, of PretlT Yonnaj Lndlei at the "" Lexington Avenue Oprra-Ilouse Toilet J" of Home of Them UrilwsvT Men Glvo a. ." llnll Dnnce of Iho J. and T. Cousins A lc' norlntlau-Irlxli Jin and Minstrelsy. Mo ctli Tho Loxineton Avenuo Opcro-IIouBO was ',Mo jnmmod last night at tbo cntortaipuiont ami ra ball Blvcu by tho Fabian Literary Union. nil" Tho following ladlos nud gentloinon took ' rt part lu tho iiiinBtrcl show with which tho on- f.""' tertnlnnicnt opened : ,,"" Interlocutor, Jamei F. Doylej tambof, Ed J. uin Bennett aud Tnoa. Ford; bones, Geo. V. Day and i.ott, JlannceA. Scanlons John J. Katie, Thoa. P. Hyan, uia 1, Jlobt. J. McKeon, It- J. Webb, Louis J. Cornn, Mlsa Teresa Pearson, Mlsa Mary Creeden, Robt. J. ,,. McKeon, Miss Hannah Creeden and Simon P. , Donnelly, dioi, Hundreds of protty...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

B if THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1888. B'Wbning how to stew. He " H llTTLB BCUOOLGIKL COOES TAKE A 8C- H OND LESSON. Bf jBrsmnlnK tbe Ilcef and Then Cookinc Tl B Up with Vetetablra The Practiced Ht Operation Too Compllmlrd In Allow K Itlnc.lt Time for the Theoretical Iart Kf Agreeing that the Slew Vi Excellent. H& The stop from utowinB In a brown study to Hr Btudylnu inn brown stow w 08 vory succors. H fully taken by Mrs. Hope's class In cooking, H tltfa moraine, at tlio Vnndowator streot Hrr Bohool. Hi? Bather moro complicated than tlioprovi. Hp oris culinary experiences at tbo school was K thisono. It involved a Rood many opera. H?i tions and took so much time that tho class Wpl msplungod into its practicalities without S lingering long on tho preliminary thoories. 'f. ' Tho thirteon assistants in tho actual cook. tj, Ing were chosen from thoso membors of tho $ class who woro lookers-on last wook, and Lf rero by name as follows : ri Hanssktepers MsrjCalcapno, Amelia ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

,1 ,n r .........a... iriinin'""iiiiii ' JH pHOIEMT EGYPT OUTDONE. J JW pOlOBJ At dft'o'tt'LATtoW f ' 1 I, .mm i. ,': IfclilafcUMllJ i WONDERFUL " WORLD. " I 'fl " WW'" ' HUH HIWIlS ' JMm PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT,' jfl EXTRA X IF. 3kLm , FITTMM FIERCELY ANGRY. BOUSED BY THE SCATHING ARRAIGNMENT OP THE PKOSECDTION. aagrtnnt District-Attorney Fitzgerald, In HI SammlDB tip. Calls Plttman's Crime r " IIorrlblet nru(nl Tragedy ' Bcontlns; the Defease of Emotional Insanity l'lll. man Eyes Glittering. Tho last scones in tho trial of Francis V. pittmnn for his life woro onaoted in Fart II. of tho Oourt of Goncral Sessions to-day. Rebocca Frcam, squeezing borfiolf btmgily into a corner of tho ladies' box in tho court chamber, cost only n look of lofty tcorn at tho wifo and daughters of tho accusod. I and then devotod her attention to tho proceedings, cngorly listening to Assistant District-Attorney Fitzgornld and taking copious notos of his address to...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

H THE WORLD. H r,ii(itifiArr.nrMiiMi.(7. K THURSDAY EVENINC, APRIL 9. wf BVJiitcnzi-Tiox to inr. nrrxisa H EtiZTXOX (Including rotlagt), K .TJ?. MONTH, 30c; l'ER l'KAIi, $8.50. LWf VOL.28- NO. 9,725 H& Bntwrfattheroet-OfflcatNew Yorkaa eecond-olass Kli null matter. HI Wciilafion Books and PressRoom K OPEN TO ALL. Hijfl The Circclatioh or Tin K EVENING EDITION f. ' THE WORLD Bl for the week, ending Pnttinlny, March HI, was Kftf M follows: Wm Monday 1 00,600 mm .Tuesday 106,500 R Wednesday 1 05,640; p; Thursday 1 02,800' mm, Friday 106,760 K Saturday I06,880 Ho Avernge for the Jlollre Atonlli I fS OQ i WMty of March .. WO.st.I7 , B riQUEES TALK. Hvf: Tho fact that The Eveniuo WonLn of Bf yesterday contained 13 columns of nclvcrtis- R Ids ehowB conclusively that advertisers who Hj? keep tholr eyes open npproclnto tho vnluo of Htfft the average circulation ot 100,000 a ilnv HtjK which this journal maintained for tho month i of March. H&r. The World does not deal in vapuo boasts ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

: . , MiEivcmr7D rviriwsDXt'fiTWiWNG,nv'i!rtr7i;ite88. 3 H PLEASURES OF THE SPRING. ', JIEMBEBS OP THE FABIAN SOCIETT ENTER- .m TAIN AND DANCE. ri jrpndrcili of Pretty Youns; I.nillcs nt Hie lon' Lexington Avenue Oprrn11ou.o-Toilet '?f of Home of Tliein-CJnlwuY Men (lire m. j Jlnll Dnnce of Hie J. nnil T. Cnuslii. An. -Ik. Hoclnllon Irish Jigs and Minstrelsy. fort l Tho Lexington Ayenuo Oncrn-IIouso was J"'7' jnmmod last night at tho cntcrtaiuincnt nuil il ball given by tho Fabian Litorary Union. ta Tho following Indies nnd gentlemen took " Vnr' 'u uo ni'ns'ro' "how with which tbo on- "" tertoinraent opened : t"' Interlocutor, Jamos 1J, Doyle; tamboi, Ed J. It. jjennett and Tnos. Ford; bones, Geo. W. Da; and 0a JIsonceA. Soanlon; John J. Katie, Tho. 1'. ltjan, Itobt J. McKeon, ft. J. Webb, Louis J. Cornu, Mlis Teresa Pearson, Miss Mart Crcedcn, Kobt. J. h.i, McKeon, Miss llanush Ctceden and Hlmon P. TJ Donnelly. aln. Hundreds of pretty girls woro prosent, and t0 many olegnnt toilets...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 April 1888

H f 4 THE WORLD j THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 5, 1898. ! , p ' mounted police at drel. k . HM PKBSILENT FEENOn AND INSPECTOR CON- K LIN AT Tim UPTOWN rHEUINOTB. Hl Vfciy Tltlt the ntatlnna at Canrmn.Tlll.. K. mhbrlde nnd KlDsbrlle, ana Find HH n High Mate of Discipline IleiiutlfBl Kr nrr and flallant Itld.r. Watched by B" Admiring Crowd of llotli Hexes. H n Inspector refer conlln end Preildent Stephen B. H French, of tbe Folloo Board, started out yesterday B' taenng on tha first of lerlee of lotpoctlooi of E the monnted polloe of the oltj. They reached the Ek' Tolrtj-tecond Precinct I'olloe station, at One Ef Hundred and Flfty-tecond itreet and Tenth aye- k one, at noon, and found C'Pt. Moses W. Cort- H rlRht'a command drawn op In martial array on One H Hundred and Flltj-aecond street to reoclve their Huj' visitor. Orer two hundred ipectatora bad sath- ktl eredtowaton the Inspection. Ncarlj one-Half of K tbne were ladiei, and many were the delighted H'' MOhil" and Anal" that bnnt from t...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 April 1888

1 . T l,'.$8H 1 I ' aaal i 1 - . n If" THE WORLD'S "JUVENILE. ' jz-sSsmtm&Z tSSSSTJKiS? H ,7,M.".MM.:...l..n,,,M,!;,,,,!,!M """,',., J ifiliiloiyBliMausaUfcM Mlillllt4l v ,I"i?, i 1H PRICE ONE CENT, N!tjw YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. fl R-A-C-l-N-G EXTRA BOTBWANTTHE NEW SCHOOL A QUESTION OF DEEP ISTEBEST TO PARENTS IN TAB TWEXTY-8E00XD YARD. 0bU tbe floy of (lip Girls be Removed from the Neighborhood of " Hell'e Ifltcbfnrr.and "DattU Uovrr In tbe jfrsr Birncture a Fiftieth street t-A llofurd of Education Commutes Divided. Oommlsilonir Wood argued la favor of organlz. lng a fenialeilrpsrtmept In qrmmar School No. 1st, u Went Fiftieth street, where the feilisl schol ar of No.' 51, In Welt Forty-fourth street, could attend. If p split the locality In which No. 61 itu situated W not a at one (or young girl. The aboyo was a portion of Commissioner Wood's argument ycsorday )n support of a minority report of the Committee on Corso of Study of the Board of Education in f...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 April 1888

m B' -g THE WORLD t FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 1888. - , ' . K FRIDAY EVENINC, APRIL 6. H gvBMCBiexxoir xo xna zrzsxso B?,, XDXXIOV (Including Ttttag), w ' juta hosts, 80c; psa tsar, $8.bo. W VOL. 28 NO. 9.726 E itatidetihePot-OmcetNew YorkM cood-laa HE& , mall matter. B "Circulation Books amTProssHRoom Hf OPEN TO ALL. H?l Tub OmcuLATioM or the Kf EVENING EDITION R THE WORLD RjL' tatteweu ending Saturday, March 3J, wat H m follow! : B Mondat 100,600 K Tuesday 106,500 Hi, Wednesday 1 05,640 Hf Thursday 1 02,800 & I Friday 106,760 mm Saturday 106,880 Htffe Avenge for the Entire Month I fft OQI Kjf' nf March IWOJII Ss " H Tbo phenomenal success of The Ktenino HftP 'World in securing within less than six HcW - months. Mid holding steadily, an average Br circalailos of 100,000 b day, lias led to a H creat deal of looso bragging and unsubston- Bk ilated "cUlmj" among its contemporaries. Kw Bhrewd advertisers noto tho fact, however, WtW that Tug Wobxtj is tho only paper that Kfrjt th...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 April 1888

!; ... V$ll . THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING,' APIUL 0, 1888. Vffl FIT, ,l5JME SAM'S', MERR& iWf. NIXQ CUSTOMS INSPECTORS SUSPEND XHEIU BEABC1I FOR BMUGQIiEBrJ . a,Bd Make Tb.raaelv.. Agreeable ta tke 'J Ladi. b Lxlntod Avenue Optra 'J0 House Pretty Drm la Bplt. of Rain l '" Hall of the Select M.elal Clnb Acting by ilie rarlor Dramatic Club. One of tho prettiest dances tho Lciineton 'llsht Avenuo Opora-IIouBO has been thoscenoof ) hi a long timo was that given by tho Custom. 0 W House Inspectors last night. Tho incleroont " . vcallier kept many nway, but there wero aTe" cuoiiRh present to comfortably fill tho hall. trcet- Lniidcr, with two bands of twenty-eight men a " each, attonilod to tho musical port of the pro- UP groinmo, ono furnishing Mance and the other 1 on promenade muBic. form On tho various committees tho following tly at gentlemen acted : ,.). Committee of Arrangements Walter n. Gantz, ' Chairman; H. W. lleardalev, IL 11. Wilson, Jr., tand W. J. Cobb, A. J. Weber, N. I....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 April 1888

H' "f THE WORLD? FftlPAY EVEN-mO, APRIL q; 1,899.' - Xj; ft JI II II I HI I i I nun iji. K NEW SPRING STYLES Hi IN I ItfHi H& Well made, of the best ma- E teriols and trimmings, Ef mpni? fvhioh are qfFcrecl as mf. specialties the foUovinu : If Schnol Sits, S4.0Q and S5.50. 1 pt Suits, $3.50 and S4.75. M Overcoats, $4,25 and SMS. sP' I isti suoi st ni 6ii ai k; (18th gt, Satpn Elevated Road.) if mm g. . p.- ' yHB I-ffICKEP U1DB3 SDEPl sTwlIa Merxbacb Trying to Oct 8 1 1. OOO for K&- Drencli of Contract. Brat An Innoeent-looklnc lawsuit lmi brought W$t: Jio Trf olco4 ex-8cnator Qibbs iptP what np- pcari'tobo rothorbot wofor. It is an action WK broucbt by JnlioMorzbacb against Mr. Qibbs Kff bai Lawyer Edward LautorbacU, to recover Kg' 1911,000 cjwnnEcs, ivUjch bo claims is tbo WSi- 'Valne of fifty-fivo shares of stock in tbo Oon- H$L Boldatd Telegraph and Xloctrlcal Subway Ktfc Ooinuany, vrbjch tbo ex-Senator agreed to do. Hj&. liver to him, but which bo never did, al- Kp t...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 April 1888

bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb ATKItAK rlltO m gb.4pfl 4A tv. rPV ' fa g3SSC"" ifffil a " X? ft, S I.ArVT HUNnAY'N WOIU.II CONTAINED 3 .'ifllH evening 11m l Pir ra fwTOw (UL mm fa&& I Jl : W5A2N8T6S i W edition lUUllLOl : ill ill 18 5?Tll4MOMinMSf (S(fi: Kllilllr Iffl II s MHII0 5fJd : .Afl : nituiNOMAUCii.J iWVJBiVI ; IwU J 1 1 1 IflL 1 U! ?At rAlilM W wwflPlsSIWwifiiP' I in! PN ) vL vvk' WL WW Ill 3 s ........i. .,.,....,...,...,..- ..MP'&Hb i " I'M GETT1N" A- BIO BOY, NOW 1 " i xae N ttifefilffiHHHBl HSU x3r - NT NS . or.. .::.m. Wll """pRICE ONE CEN'K NEW YORK, MilDAY, APRIL . 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. fBlS 3 O'CLOCK BOTH WAST THE NEW SCHOOL AQUESTION OP DEEr INTERE8T TO PARENT8 IN THE TWENTY-SECOND WARD. (tbnll the Hoy or the Girl lie ltruioved from tlio Neighborhood of " Hell' Kitchen" nnd Ilat.tlo How" to the New Htrnctnro In Fiftieth Hlreet T A Hoard of Education Committee Divided. Commissioner Wood argued In favor or orjrnolx Ingafeniate d...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 April 1888

aHP 'if ' B FRIDAY EVENINC, APRIL 6. r BtmncnivTioit xo hie etekiko H EDITION (Znelutttng rottnge), Hf .TJWl 2I0NTII, 30c; PER. YKAIt, $3.ti0. Ef VOL. 28 NO. 9,726 Vi Bntsred at the Poet-Offloe at New York a seeond-elsss Kf m al I m atter. B TJirwiilfnBikra'WsFRoom K OPEN TO ALL. Ej The CmcvLATioM or Tin K EVENING EDITION LKiw r H THE WORLD Hw for the wee ending Hnturdny, March 31, was Hw! ai fallows: Hf Monday 1 00,600 Wm Tuesday 106,5001 Kf Wednesday 1 05.640J Kp Thursday 1 02,800' h Friday (06,760; K Saturday 1 06,880 K& Avrrmte for the Jlntlre Month I flfi OQI Fife1 I of fllmrh.... ..... ' .. KR The phonomenal success of Tnn Evenjno HI' Wobld in securing within loss than six Bf months, and holding steadily, an average Ht circulation of 100,000 a day, has lod to a Kg groat deal of looso bragging and unsubstan- Kg. tiatod "claims" among its contomporarics. Hft Shrewd advertisers note tbo fact, however, Blip that Tins Would is the only paper that KJ-. throws open its books and ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 April 1888

iJpjBWBWiWIBiBWPffiiWWWWS ifl UNCLE SAM'S MERRY MEN. W CUSTOMS INSPECTORS SUSPEND THEIR SEARCH FOR SMUGGLERS And Mnke Themselre. Aarrefnlile to the !? I.mllea t Che I.exlnclnn Avenue Opern- , Jlouse Pretty llrditi In Bnlte of ltaln 'm jj.ii ar the Select Hoclnl Club Actlns by r tl,e parlor Dramatic Club. One of tbo prettiest dances tho Lexington -hi Avenue Opera-Houso has been the scene of In n lone time was thftt given by tho Custom. '' House Inspectors Iat night. Tho inclomont k weather kopt many nwav, but thero wero Te" enough present to comfortably fill tho hall. et Lander, with two bands of twcnty-eifjht men 'k each, nttcndod to tho musical part of tho pro- Up gramino, ono furnishing danco and tho othor 00 promenado music. "a On tlio Mirious committees tho following at gentlemen acted : ... committee of Arrangements-Walter II. Oantz, Chairman; II. W. lleardilej.il. U. union, jr., nd w j, oobb, A. J. Wehcr, N. L. Mebblna, 1). Z. . , mirtin, A. Jotiuaon, John M. Klehle. Press Com...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 April 1888

teraHaffeatV- r 1 . -v. -- c. . - fcMMMM MM mm mrnrnt H NO SUNDAY BALL PLAYING. Bi Bl' T1IB TOLICE OF TIIE UPTOWN TRECISCT K HAVE 0RDKR8 TO STOr IT. Bf Harlem flronmW Ilelng I'rrpnrnl for Ihti BS. Hcnson'a Hpnrl and Amnlriir Nine Or- EjJ trnnUlne; for Victory Wlirrcllir I'nsorlto Hflf ttrteru if Hid Yonnu . tlilclr Are A K List of Itie I.fndlnsj Ninas. f KK. ' Now comei the time "Hen the (mill boy tnrni K'f 'tli attention to ball. plajlcp, and fishes out u list K from lone dark corner ot the cellar and sstci tils B penn'cs to buy a baseball, After which he hies nlni mft !( t6 ttie nearest vacant lot. lie rtss noi, how. Hn& ver, a monopoly nn baseball pUjIuff bj a largo HP tnijoilty, aa liU big- brother la in much In lore with Ktfr it aa he, ana ercrj Hnlarilnj ami hunUay area him Bp'i playing In a lot or rtlrnto ball ground. Harlem Is Rm famona for Ita rowcta and yochttmen, but it liea Bjj many lovers of baseball aa well. Thero arc a myi' number of amateur baseball clubs, all of...

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