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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 10 April 1888

iagf"yPaPPPj - Number "WANTS" C Years Ago . 227 ; " jEjCl WHY. 1 3-ly Not! ' JH fcTHE WORLD IS THE WANT MEDIUM J feW HffiPfl IK wl W Wl & HpABESWTHE PEOPLE'S Advartlsotnants 1 : l PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT, jB 3 O'CLOCK REDUCING HOURS OF LABOR. GENERAL MASTER WORKMAN FOWDEBLTS LETTER TO THE ORDER. members Should Discuss tlio Bight-Hour Flan with Employers Iinpnsslonately A" linia'edlBlaC'hnnKd Cannot tin Insisted Upon Perfect a i'lnn of l'rnetlonl ((per nllona Politics and Iho Knights. The following letter from General Muter Work man Powdetly will Boon appear In the Journal of United Labor. By special arrangement TnK Eveninq World 1h able to print It in advance: While a roductlon ot tbe liours of labor if 111 not prove a panacea tor all ot tbo Ills of l no toller, It will go a great way toirardi easing tbe strain. It lll allow more men to earn tbelr own bread -and beoomo purchasers ot the productions o( others than at present. "How will we ...

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 April 1888

.lllHHNIHllHHPiffiKiillH BV ' - 'THEWOftLDi TUESDAY EVENING, APlijL 10, l&fl. ' ,..- "' Br THE WORLD. vf ' rlltA! ly IU rrui rkeHiMaf Co. B' TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 10. Kv svBBcnirTiox 10 xue srjssxxa Kt XniTIOlf (Including Foliage), H J'JfJl MOA'TIT, 30c. f 1'F.Il YE Alt, $3.00. gggBfi VOL 28 NO. 9,730 Hlv! igggeK1 Entered at the Text-Oman t New York m eecond-eless HVv!rJd? m matter. LcgcSd,' . -- Hf Circulation" Bd'ok'slnl" Press'"Rboi t OPEN TO ALL. j iH$. ' ' Tnr binctiumoi, or ths j K' EVENING EDITION! H THE WORLD ' IgeHr', for tbe week ending Mmiirdsiy, April 7, was' IfH.f as follows! H? Monday 100,240 Bft. Tuesday (03,320: H WEDNESDAY I 08,040 Hp- TnunsDAY 100,280' FnroAY 104,420 Hn; Saturday 106,740 LV' ': Averoie i ort tits entire T f O Q if.-i Hf Month of March Ja.VJ"0 ayJL H! A BRIBER NEXT, p. It is ciTf n out that a brlbor of tho boodle Kf' Aldermen is to be tried next moU probnbly Kf, Thomas 1). Kerii. K& Tho District-Attorney announces that bo Dx shall moTO to-m...

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 April 1888

1 - ,, THE WORLD t TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 10 1888. ' V, ' Ut'J SBll I EVENTS OF THE GAY SEASON. CICIMES IN rEETTT DKES8ES WIUBL 1 : ABODT.-A BALLROOM. Reception of Be Colpmba's Union Ad- . -. rolrers'of tint Tack -Em, Drink and " ' 'Are Merry nil vrr Weddlna: of Mr. and Mrs. Flick A Male Parly to Celebrate a lllrlhday Tho Harmonic's Calico Hop. govornl cyclones struck Nilsson Hall Inst night, but no daniago was done except to Uio hearts of uuscoptiblo young men who hnd ' pone there to attend tho loap-yoar rocoptlon of tho Lady Cyclones. Tho moBt conspicuous cyclones woro thoso t Mlsi M. Mahoney, l'rctldcnt; Miss M. McCoe, rirst Vice-President; Miss A. Dounlass, Second Vice-President: Miss K. Alkmin, Treasurer; Mlsi M. Lee. Recording Hecretary; MUs D. Norton, Fl. nanoial Sectoiary. Ucslrtcs thoso ehlof elements in fury, tho association includes tho following meteoro logical phonoinonn : , Miss IL Lee, Miss A. HallQirelt, Mlas II. Dono van, honorary Member, Mr-. J, F. Jlorrlmio. Floor...

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 April 1888

E -v r ' ' -i -i r i 1 " in i - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' I ' i . , .. , i i i ii i ii ' ' i in PB MP k K HI g.w B Among a number of bargains U we have two that are conspicu- Bfj- ously cheap. KF A variety of fine suits with RiL long trousers for boys aged mm' twelve to fourteen years, re- K, duced from $8, $ i o, $ 1 1 and $ 1 5 mW t0 $5.00. because these sizes Hfc are not much in demand. : A quantity of Fine Shirt mm- Waists' reduced from $1.35 to WjM 57o. because therq is an ex- E cess of sizes eleven to fourteen. mm, A lot of boys' stockings mmt blues, browns and fancy colors mm reduced from 75c, $1.00 and R $1.25 to 50c. -Hkfln1 mm. Rogers, Peet & Co., MMJBg BlIOADWAY AMD IMUNCE ST., Kip UKOADWAY AND UKI UT. mW,' ' Prices Same- at Both Stores. it Mm MADE WITH BOILING WATER, I EPPS'S K GRATEFUL, COMFORTING. I COCOA HI MAOE WITH BOILING MILK. m DRUNKENNESS Mat? Or the. I.lqnor llubl', I'o.lllYfljr Cured by Ad- reft-, nslul.le. Inn Or. llaliirV. Iluldeu rioreiilc. EK'- It can b gi eo ...

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. — 11 April 1888

H '1 , ., ,, . ' ' ' '':!' yj;:;; " " " "' j t zz!zr ' OFg9LU"KS olr aovkutiskments, j ' !" uello, Bureau of Statistical Information r j W ff fepA jAJ4sllii CS--$5I 70 1 ll Et? MmSdlsl5,P7 7 a?flfflta flfljr fi P ISta (fj (ff : I lUliB I fUl 'Bf 7 7 2jlrS i -9 176 Columns. Still on the up grade, lUf i&HB i&gV POHRM VbiiS r ( 1!&1MLI number of advkiitisemrnts. f ll J yOU See-Still m07lng On. GOOd-Byl" j VJT XT BgI)P11IM3PBM 1 ...MB 22N3'V $r V VT Everybody Aavc'rUn in " ThYworld j li "" PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. fjl J li uLUIgil GUSHING WINS. He Knooks Out Denny Gallagher in Five Bounds. A Desperate Battle In a Private Parlor. The Doiton Dor Land. Off Grnnely In the Flrtt and Keeond Round, lint Goe to Ibe Wall When tho Troy Man Otll III Blood Up Interrupted by Women' Hrrcam Gallagher Pat to Meep in the Filth Hound by a Hot Illaht-Uander. Tho much-tnlkod-of prize light between iliko Crashing, of Troy, and Donny Galla gher, of Bost...

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. — 11 April 1888

Bf z TIIE WORLD: WEDNESDAY ETENTNG, APRIL II, 1888. If TH E WORLD, B! WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 1 1. !-;!' BVBSCltlPXIOy XO TUB SVSMXHO Hdjt EDITION (Intluding Poitao), Hj& ftfrt MONTH, 30c, i VBB TEAII, $3.00. HI VOL 2B NO. 9,731 Hi? Xntarad at th Iott-Offl at N Yolk M Mcond-claM K'W I M4 mail melUr. H Circulation Books and Pross Room E OPEN TO ALL. j?" the UfBcuLATioH Tor tb" 1 EVENING EDITION If THE WORLD M for the week ending Naiurday, April 7, wu HB M follow! : jff Monday 100,240 H Tuesday 103,320 P Wednesday 1 08,040 L Thursday 100,280 ' Friday 104,420 M? Saturday 106,740 Sa XvJw"e"for"tho entire 1 Old Ohl NJ Month of. Murch XLFOeVX e TUB EVKNING WORLD Is a newi- I paper In every souse of tlio word. It u ' ; published quicker and gives luter news J ( than any other evening paper. Hit has a largor circulation than any Evening paper printed in Eng- lish and is not afraid to publish its H figures or opon its books to tho w public. A A HEW "WOBLD" BUILDINO. Sjp Negotiations beg...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 April 1888

vaHar an.! , THE WORLD: WEDNESrMNGTAPRlT7 ft?'. BBS. p " T" - 1' I. - - - ... - .- .,,- in Mi i i I- ' ... ii - ' I I i i il I i J tSH , A CROWD AT TUB ANNUAL 'KECtPTION OP THE AYALON ASSOCIATION, Drtii" Wbloh Attraoltd Admiration on the Ballroom Floor Alumni of Grammar strhool No. SO Have a. nennlon Ariel Circle' l.ep-Yr Forty Minstrelsy uud I1iicId liy the Crib Clnli. Tlio rain hiul quito an approciablo effect on lie city ballrooms last night, but thorn was a good attendauco at most of them, notably ot tlie Tcutoula Assembly lloomiy; whoro the third annual reception of tho Avalou Club took plnco. Tho officers of tho club aro E. 0. Ileizman, President: It. h. Hayman,Vico. President; E. P. Wilson, Secretary ; J.J. Doiiuolly, Treasurer. Tho arruuiroiiioiits wore in tho experienced hands of K. P, Uoylo, Daniel 1'. Downing and M. S. Sassernth. Somo extremely elegant dresses wcro no ticed, among which wcro tho following: lllsa Maltle Mlddlebrooks. ball uluo satin veiled Willi striped tu...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 April 1888

H BVBasatBBtev ' T -i THE WORLDf tVEDNE&DA EVENING, AFHIL li; 1S88: . Hb JS ME LACTOMETER TRUE 7 BI' K HARLEM MILK DEAMR8 DECIARR ITS H TESTS ARE FA1.8K AND WOUrilI.ESS. H Many Illustrations la Support Ttirlr Aran. K meats Mood Cream milk Dora Not. lirn Hif Tested. L'omr Up In I In- Ilrqiilrrd Mtiiinl- y aroN While Poor, Hulm Blllh Meet the k XtianlraoKDt of the UoTermnent. tK milk dealers at flstlera ami vicinity are op Hp 'Varmi against the milk inspectors of the Hoard pjrf Health, wbo go about armed villi lactometers, W)' 'and succeed s a rale In pining adnlterat- d swill- B' milk and throwing out good cream; stock. Mi There It not an honest and rel'aule mllk-dcaler i wnowill ttindtipior tho lactometer and say that Kt It la of ny uie. All unite in ssjlng that the richer Kj and better the quality of mil the poorer will be W' the stowing of the lactometer teat, and vice versa. f-9 The Gorernnient standard for the lactometer gsugo H'(H 100 degrees. Puro cream will atand at about...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 April 1888

Iatthe telephone. mf' the Sunday world M ... mnnVni" '""" mmmmSSfoyZ5Z 4 NO. OPCOIiUM-8 0FADVBUTISKMENT8, J 'wm 1 "Hello, Bureau of Statistical Information !" JMVA JLi IAmJM f&k. bB Tip 1 76 1 lH I " How about Advertising spaco last Sunday?" BT Wrm fTra tsL arufflSrVxA & 3f JI til$a$ 1 JSI T7 -6 i II I -wants numbered 5,772, Oiling' (fjj f llfHBnM 1M1-1 ffl I W III 5,772 $UJ: f 1 1 76 Columns. Still on the upgrade, 3bi wJk Jp' ltv,QEIffi J3feiA?d vMSi wumbbh of advertisements. Ja you see-still moving on. Good-Byl1 vjt xr BHIMsffiliffl vr r v 1h)erfh0l!, Attvertlaeil in Thc WorltV, j ,11 I I ! ! . I - .. I l . I . .! !., PI I lllim I I . I II III PHI I . . I . . .1 I I. I , , I I ,, 1 nW1! I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, AP11IL 11 , 188a PRICE ONE CENT. jt mW 1 I s em mm0tmmmmmmMmmmmm'm ! .i . . ,ii ., . jn - - ' ' """ m t ttmmimmmfmmmmmmmaammmm snaasnennaeneaan I I I I mmmm-mmmmmm , , ., , , , Vf.onnna I XI- Jk.m BE- luSHING WINS. H -- e Knooks Out Denny Gallagher in ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 April 1888

MMMmMMmwmmBKKKKBIB H THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 111, 1888. H THE WORLD. LsssVlJr Bi Kdltor tod Proprietor, Joa FUUIU. pKr rtJBUBIlKDKVKRYDAYKTnBTXABATKOS. Hfi II AMD M PAB 110TT. f WEDNESDAY. APHIL 11, 18M. K &' Entered M Uu roet-Offlo at If York aa ond- eL snail malUr. Vj TBRUS-FOBTAOB FHKB, B& r f Pif ! r Cardial Dailt, on ar, H'TjL ft.OOt DAILT, atlmentb, 83.001 DAJXT AND Bine- KK tat, on r". 87.601 Dailt and Bo-dat. six K$ month. 83.791 Dailt and Bcvdat, ob month, Ht OSe. Bundat. on yr. 1.00 1 Ira Sim-Wmti mffl ironist -. 82.00 1 Tni Wnttl Woold. on K,T )r, 01.00. libwal eommnci allowd to Olcb Hta AOINTS. 8spleopis sent free. 'i1 Tor KnQtandand U CtnUnml and otl mmMhIiOi Ki ral asf-sal Jtutal Pafen; Dailt Airs Boxdat. KT 81.70 Dailt only, 81S.99 t Soxdat, 13.00. KA tar Address all comrannlcntlone, whether 4$ concerning Advertisements or Hobcrlp t Ions. ft iclheAlaln Office. 31 Park now, N. Y. City. I TWO MARCH RECORDS Kl FRO At FIFTY-THREE THOU- Kf SAND TO OVER THREE wl...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 April 1888

aUPIB9BflBMflflflflflflflflflflBflflflflflflflflflflflflflrflBMflBWIBflBMflBrBafsW tliiiIfljKlM T " ,t joy, ri, W (tlflVfll THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY, APRTL II, 1888. MR. LABOUCHERE'S LETTER. , c ' j ' i !" i.! Til I yl ' BE BUB TflAT MINISTER PHELPS IB TO BE OniEF.JDBTIOE PHELPS II Will Bejturtn But Only to Pr.ssnt DU Letl.ra f lUeall Anath.r noatl Mlv.r AnnlT.raa Tn. Thr.. Vie. and th nn.tisnb.rs; Crusa air Morr.U Dlaolt.n tie and Ilta Trip Homo. tVptWfM. 1963, ay Tht Pr rMIAtM Oaaaoanay (mat Ttk WtU). ItTtCUL CABLSI ESBfATCH to m VOSXB.l London, April JO. Mr. Phelpa wno loft South ampton laat Tnnrsdsy (or New York, 'returns to London on June 21 bnt only to ptesent letter! of eeill, as he U to be appointed Chief-Justice of the Supreme Conrt of the United Blate. Ills departure from England Trill be much regretted la social and lolitieal circles. 1NOTOIR ROYAL CILIBRATIOX. Heavens! Another of these dctrstablBTOjal an niversaries. The Kins and Qneeu of Denmark are to celebrate the twntv-c...

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. — 11 April 1888

K- who haBtub babi? HIM' Jstunlrr Affair. Said to ITavo Canard tho H Child' Strange Disappearance. Rf Kolldtngiof the ' '$1,000 baby, " who was stolen f ' from la lroiit of Uleel'a dry.goods itore. In Third K , avenue, yesterday, has jci been rcoolvcd. Kc' V- ! c,rr c,tr ln ,he store, who, ullt. fSietel Informed an Etinino Worm reporter, bad charge of the matter, reputed tbe story that aUdr , while shopping, left the baby outside the afore, and F after making tier purchases discovered thai tho BKY bsby had been itolen. H' The mother of the child, according to Mr. Carr, L- Urea tomewhere between Kast Seventy-flfth aud Ku? Klghly-elxtb streets, and hinti that as famllj mat- kV tera are concerned ln the dlsappearano. of tne BK" child tne name are to be kept aecret nntu tbe BK ' proper time. BBfti Mr. Carrdenleathatltlsan advertising sehorac, BB9' bat Capu Onnner, of the Esst Sixty-scvenlh afreet BRt police, la inclined to think tnat It Is. " '1 no steal- ij In it of a child Is anch a s...

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. — 11 April 1888

f AT THE TELEPHONE. 1 -t THE SSJMPAY WORLD 91 J ,.... ,............,............-. ..,..,....., --Ss$r , f f-- NooBoiiUs'driVKgrfsBMiiatTs, j lBf PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL II. 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. Ml GUSHING WINS. He Knooks Out Denny Gallagher in Five Bounds, A Desperate Battle in a Private Parlor. The lloston Hoy Ijends 00" (lamely In tlic First and hecond Round., lint Ooen to tbo Wnll When tho Troy Jinn Grl Ills IJlood Up Interrupted by Women's Kcrcmnn flallnsther Pnt to Meep In the Filth Round by a Hot IUgbt-IInnder. Tho much-tnlked-of prizo fight between Miko Gashing, of Troy, and Denny Gnlla rjlier, of Boston, that was postponed throo times sinco lost wook, was successfully fought at an early hour this morning without any intorforonce from tho police, Thirty of tho most intimato club friends of tho men were given the tip to mcot at an up town hotel Inst night, from which thoy wero conveyed in coaches to tho battlo ground, that was situated iu tho parlor of a p...

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. — 11 April 1888

B a, .aEfwoiUj.DA. ,wiO3ia3SDAYi3!raEWor0, AnaiDM, wast . THE WORLD. Hut." ruuu rr ruiiuunt c. W$$. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 1 1. H7 BXJBBCItirTXOir TO TUB KTXSXltO BSSV MDJTIOX (Including re$tagt), K . TSRSitONTU, 30c. f l'EIl YEAR, $3.50. Hi VOL 20 NO. 9,73 1 wL XnUrtd'st ttw Foat-Offlce at Naw York u stoond-elsse HjSLt mall matter. If OlafloFBbTkl'Prlsr'Roiii if OPEN TO ALL. I EVENINGEDITION H THE WORLD Hf, for the week ending Hutorday, April 7. nu I; u follow! : If Monday 100,240 II Tuesday... 103,320 )jS Wednesday 1 08,040 TnunsDAY ....... 100,280 at Friday 104,420 i Saturday 106,740 tit XvernlpioTor the entire "J riflf9Q1l Month of aiurch AUOeCJJL W TnE EVENING WOULD Is a nevri. RR paper In every sotiso of tlio word. It Is at? publlslied quicker and gives Inter news I than any other evening paper. m It has a larger circulation than jf any Evening paper printod In Eng- lisli and is not afraid to publish its j figures or open its books to tho M public. A HEW "WORLD" BUILDIHO. 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. — 11 April 1888

THE iWOniJTlA WiEOWmSDAYt yiEflIi3KG. AtfRIiV, !.!'. Fitf. 2- 4 MERRY WAYS OF SOCIETY. A CROWD AT THE ANNUAL RECITTION OF THE AVALON ASSOCIATION. Dresses Which Atlrncted Admlrnllon on the Unllroom Floor Alumni of flrnmmnr prliool No. 20 llnro n Itennlon Ariel Circle' Lenp-Yenr Party Minstrelsy nnd I)nncln br the Crib Club. The rain bad quito nn appreclablo effect on tho city ballrooms last night, but tlioro was n good attendance at most of (bom, notably at tno Tcutonin Assembly Hooms, wboro tbo third annual reception of tbo Avalon Club took place Tho ofllccrs of tbo club arc E. 0. Hoizman, rresidont; lt.L. Hayrann,Vico l'residcut; E. F. Wilson, Secretary; J.J. Donuolly, Treasurer. Tho arrangements wcro In tbo experienced bauds of K. F. Boylo, Dmilul 1'. Downing and M. K. Sassorath. Homo oxtremoly olegant dresses wnro no ticed, among which veto tbo following : Miss MaUlo Mlddlebrooks. baby blue satin veiled with mined tulle: corBago cut decollete bom front and back; diamond ornaments...

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. — 11 April 1888

r THE FOT FRBACHKKS JUBILEE. BjlL ' Celebratln the Ono Thousand Conr.relou. Baa' or Ul. New York UctIthI. Hffi This Is a Rrcnt day for the Mctliodlntfr. The H jubilee which they ara hold.nK in tho Central R? Mothoclist Church, t Fourteenth street and Hlf Koventh avonue. to colnbralo tho 1,000 con- Wjijf -vcrBions mndo by Thomas llnrrlaon, tho boy .?' ireacher, during his recent eeries of rcvhnl (W mectlDRd is a notable event in tho initials of Kf tho Churob in this city. KftT The Jubilee bocan at Go'cloek thlsraornlna Hi s vrltb 500 peonlo present, tho services' bolug m& opened by tho Itov. C. S. Hnrrowor, D.I)., ji? j the pastor of tho church, aud consisting of It',' Bone and pratso. KjKl Tills meeting closed at 7.30 o'clock, tho Soxtono becimiinc at 10 o'clock, nt which ishop 8. M. Merrill, of Chicago, preached. IU The programme for the rest of tho day cou. far Bisted of a laymen's meeting at 2 o'clock, Mw with addresses by J. M. Cornell. John P. K; Blayback, Oen. Clinton li r...

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. — 11 April 1888

ss iHm"""w"' miimni, saMsa.so mmmm ! asisaiasw mttmg jH AT THE TELEPHONE. I mSzWjt&i&00' 1 TIHIE 6UNPAY WORLP 1 176 Columns. -Still on the A grade, lg JI K11H S A MP 111 llfflll A I nK or advertisements, j ' H I you see still moving on. Good-By 1" 9 JP JftlilSHlHMHBi IIBH nssnvn ST e,ir H a r t H PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL II, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. Wk R-A-C-I-N-G EXTRA GUSHING WINS. -. He Knooka Out Denny Gallagher in live Bounds, A Desperate Battle in a Private Parlor. The Boston Hoy Lends Of!" Gamely In tlio Vint nmt Mccond Rounds, Hut doe tn he Wall Wlien Hie Trov Jinn Gets IIU jlloml Up Iuterriipteil by Women' Hcrenma Go.llnher Put to Nleep In tlio Fifth Round by a Hot Hlght-llunder. The mnch.tnlked.of prize fight between Mikd CuBhing, of Troy, and Denny Galla gher, of IloBtou, that was postponed three times since Inst wook, was successfully fought nt an early hour this morning without nny interference from the police, Thirty of tho most intimato club fri...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 April 1888

w ' f v ' THjWORLP'j.WBPNESPAVgEglgg;, APRIL It, 3888; .., . - tf,i TH E WORLD. m$H - WEDNESDAY EVENINC, APRIL 1 1. '.mwBm BxmscnirTiox xo xnr. r.rr.Nina J&wHw EDITION (Including rentage), gjOfjSr JJJ MONTH, 30c; l'F.H YEAH, $3.B0. Wm&Sml vol 28 no. 9,731 mBBb! Entered at tbe rott-Offloo at Nw York M sMond.elaaa flni mall matter. R9f Circulation Books ; and "Press Room! Hff OPEN TO ALL. j 30 EVENING EDITION, V, THE WORLD Irlf, for tbe week ending HMnrdny, April 7, was, V, aa followst V Monday. . .".'.". .". . . . . . . j 00,240 H Tuesday 103,320 Hj Wednesday 108,040 He Thursday 100,280 Friday 104,420 K Saturday 106,740 H ATeirnKe'foTUiTontlrTl'fbftQCiri jL, Month orJInrch J-VO.tfJ. Hf IRf THE EVENING WOULD Is 11 nevri- Hj pnpcr In every sense of the word. It Is VjL published quicker mid gives later news H( than nny other evening pnpcr. K It has a larger circulation than Ht any Evoning paper prlntod in Eng- Hr lish and is not afraid to publish its Hjt' flguros or open its boo...

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. — 11 April 1888

m.glH.i.a..MaW.WTllllaMsa.................Mla....M..... ... .TIP: WQUhDA WWmSMXi&YLVmW ASMU W. JB3g. '3 Hi MR, GONKLING BETTER, - - Dr, Barkor Says He Has Begun to Eocover. In Better Condition Than Ho Has Been in Ten Days. The rstlent Enjoy a Peaceful Slumber Thla Morning, nnd Upon Awaiting Hecognlic the riiylclnn Find Hliahc. Ilnnda with Him Ijlffht nrenklng Alter the Long Struggle with Disease One l.nst fipell of Ilellrlam Ilefore the Change for the nutter. Tho condition of Mr. Conkling is much improved. At 7 o'clock be was sleeping nmrli more peacefully tbnn be bad for some hours. His physicians woro on tho tiptoe of ex pectancy, as when ho awoko thoy oxpected to glean much important information as lo his preciso condition. At C.20 o'clock Mr. Conkling once raoro mechanically uroso from bis couch in dcliriu B nnd paced up and down tho room, muttering to himself tho while After ton minutes spent in this manner the sufferer relapsed into a state of complete ox haustion and sank...

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. — 11 April 1888

.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 - THE WOR KD j WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 11 ; 1888. r- TUB 01 PREACHER'S JUBILEE. Cdebrmllnc the One Thousand Conversions of Uli New York IteTlrnl. This is n Rrcnt dny for tho McthotUsti. Tho u. Jubiloo which thoy aro holding iu tho Central f MothotHst Church, lit Fourteenth street and b Eoventh avortuo. to colnbnito tlio 1,000 con- i versions rnrido by Thomas Harrison, tho boy $ tirencher, durlnc his recent fccrios of reyhnl It meetings is a notable oTent in tho annals of M tho Church in this city. fft. The Jubilee began at Go'clock thlsmorninc mi xrlth 600 pcoplo present, tho services being "P crooned by tho ltev. C. 8. narrower, I). D.. '& tho pastor of the church, nnd consisting of Kit sone nnd praise m,' This meeting closed nt 7.80 o'clock, the Mi nextono beginninc nt 10 o'clock, nt hicu SWrH Bishop 8. M. Morrill, of Chirago, prenciied. "? ' Tho programme for the rest of tho day con. Kt tinted of b laymen's meeting at...

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