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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 April 1888

' Wsmm ? THE SUNDAY WORLDS v.wtJyyv- hrrurTci couawp ? A V a 5,72 iL5LA (iU III Ml IfBwByfafflWlM ((0(0:I III)! ill IfflU A '"Wants' numbered 5P-7'72 HHing f I fl . ; - - !"0"0000")0..0e"00"C'0"0"C'4. ' lffl PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YOUK, FRIDAY, APRIL 13. 188a PRICEONECENT. I M LAST 1TIII. DARING BURGLARS. The St, JobiBville Bank Bobbed oi $10,000. They Dug a Hole Under the Vault and Blew Open the Safe. Tfolhtng but n Few Tools Tjfift Behind by the Cracksmen Tho IlrcnU Took Place About Midnight Tho Robbers Wcro Evidently Skilled Professionals and Did Tbelr Work Cleverly Perhaps the llank's Loss la More Tbnn 810,000. MrrciAL to nrr world. St. Johnsville Depot, N. Y April 13. Burglars entered tho bank in this place about midnight last night, dug a holo through tho vault, blow opon tho safe, and took $10,000 in cash and eight twonty-dollar unsignod bank bills. Thoy loft a number of their tools. Tho robbora woro evidently skilled pro essionals. Tho town is fairly bubbling over with ox. cito...

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. — 13 April 1888

flr. 2 TnE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1888. . m TH E WORLD. HE'F Itihltihfi h ' frt" rubUMni c. Rl' FRIDAY EVENINC, APRIL 13. B&, svnsomi'Tioy to xnn r.rnNma Hft EIHTIOX (Including l'ttstage), 'Hrl .TJJ MONTH, .lOc.f l'Eli YEAll, $3.K0. H& VOL 28 NO. 9.733 flk$' Entered at the Poit-Offlr at New York u eecond-elee K. mall matter. ,H Circulation Books and Press Room iw OPEN TO ALL. &flj Tns OmcuLiTioH or TnE US' fiV'ENING EDITION jHf THE WORLD BVfjL for theweek ending Hnmrdaj, April 7. km Hjpf u follows! Monday. ... . 100,240 H Tuesday 103,320 K Wednesday 1 08,040 K Thursday 100,280 B: Friday 1 04,420 K Saturday 106,740 A' Avornco for tlio entire fkO OQ1 r-. Month ofSInrch Al0,SJ J. H THE EVENING WORLD has a K fargor circulation than any Evoning W papor printed in English and is not B afraid to publish its flguros or opon R Its books to the public. B K THE ALBANY LOBBY. Ht, Of courso all the Assemblymen who testify Hf will deny nny corrupt dealings with tbo fi Iobby'...

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. — 13 April 1888

Vibbbbbbbbbbb! THE WOULD: FRTDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1888. '3 ' f ;S YOUTH'S GOLDEN MOMENTS. m THE HAWTHORNE L1TERAHI UNION GIYES AN ENTERTAINMENT. Aetlnff toy Amnlenri Followed by Dancing Outline of llmidaomo Drcaam 8crn nt tli Lexlnnlon Avennp Oprrn-Ilounr Re ception of the fllt'lpameno AaaoelMlon tlKnr-.HnUrrn Unre nn Kvrnlng of Fun, The HftwthoiHO Literary Union Rnvonn en tertainment nt tho Loxiugtou Avenno Oporn jlouse lust nicht, which crowded tho houso Jo tho doors. Tho third net of ' ' Othello " tas fc'hcii, with tho follow ins cast : n,.,Hn Cbarlcs Ptilltdorf liffo ., John M. upllliiorf iliiiin"" Thomas llallantyno Dei'lenjoni Nm Helen Sweeny Km'lta........ Ml88 Vera Thornton Tiiifc wan followed by " Out Off With n SliilluiR," with tho parts distributed us fol lows : Kam GaTtnorno Mylcs naffenden col llerncrs cimrlea Hplinlort KlttU.i)tnorno Mlu Berua Fooulihcr The loceptiou was lunnnscd by tho follow ing committees : Floor Director, Henry V. Droge ; Assistant, J. (.come All...

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. — 13 April 1888

BV i THE tWitto: imlMY EVENlNfe, APUlL 13, 888. II .LIKE THB CRACK OF DOOM. Eft.' .MRS. BlJirFENDOKFf.R THINKS SHE SEES Eft TnE YAY TO IIEAVEX POINTED OUT. nl" While hhe hlept There) Cnme n Oreat Crni.li Iffi una lbs Itoof Above Iter Mend Wm rW: . Kent An Old Chimney llnd Toppled tJK Over Krmarknble Ksrnpe from Death .$5 of Two Persons nnil Ono Horse. ' B A frightful crash roounled in tho mid- K"( hlghtair in tho nolRhborhocxl of Pitt and ' ' Dclanccy streets last nleht. It mlcht hare iflL tho crock of doom for Mrs. Slmpfcndorfer, mt And she verily bolioved it was. W, It camo from tho bakery of William Blmp. $E fendorfor, at 215 Delaucov Btrcct. Wf, This Is an old-fashioned two-story and nttio WP building, with a ono-ntory annex in the roar. rjfc In this annex is tho bodroom of Mrs. Simp- I fendorfer and her son William. Tho mother was quietly ulccping when, vrith tho suddeuncst of a lichtninc fln'h and Boise as of thunder, tho roof was rent and the way to heaven seomed to bo pointe...

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. — 14 April 1888

I i M I Incomparable andUnapproachable, W r'JSQW BJofr'SW,l J9 I j siugfepgAgr I w K, iifMMiirjk IswuoidladyI , f Th Siwstestand fhBoSt.' j KjjJ 1 1 Y& tM C (iL 1 jflT llla f ffl 9 : HUmr' Nowian? Goes. 8p0rtIng "9 j TO-MOItnOWIUKAVUANCIlH OP AT- j NSJg P NgK lM YraM lwfwlvsb) Si Mlllnlir 1 ) ' ttil ' IPlll NST NPV'' XT vS'Sj J MOItK FA.1ES MOUK COLUMNS AN MOltB ; WM ( itHKilU&lM v v : uhadmih than any otiihu. journal, MM MtM.M...MM M..M.H...I H PRICE ONB CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL hi, 18887" PRICE ONF PFIVT J9 1 LAST MOM. U , - i i - 1 SUICIDE WAS IN HIS MLND. TRAGEDIAN O'CONNOR'S DEBUX HERE A MADE SIM YERT TIRED. H Would Have Taken Home Drag Onlr Tor 1 Eli Religion Tint Now the Hinge Hand W Tell He Will Rlral Kerne-IIare Bnr I rett and Booth Hnbstdlzed Pre nnd 81 PublloT lie Will befflarrieil on Monday. Wi Tragedian Jnraca Owen O'Connor's wed- 1 ding with bis betrothed, " Miss Bergman, 1 formerly Mrs, Huebner," as bo spenks of 1 her, was not solemnized this morning. T...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 April 1888

jBsBVsBsflBhsBail MaBeBBBaHrt3fc i"",fi""i TarsH IB' I I HM 2 TIIE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING AlRlL 14, '188BT " . . B' THE WORLD. iBSW-' SATURDAY EVENINC, APRIL 14. faKf' " BVDscjtiPxxoir to mm? xrsyxna KBsftl EDITION (Including roitagt), MjC rjHJ XOXTir, 30c; MR YEAH, $3. SO. VKt- VOL 28 N 9.734 IKrc' Itntarad at tho Pott-OfflM at Now York aa aacond-alaaa K" mall mattar. ! CircuTaTiiTFooks anSTress Room Imt OPEN TO ALL. lIPHJfM Tux OinccUTioK or inx B EVENING EDITION B THE WORLD Ppflty"' for the week ending HniuriUr, April 7. wm PPB!' follOWI! LK, Monday;........ 100,240 LK) Tuesday 103,320 Hf . Wednesday 1 08,040 H TnunsDAY 100,280 K Friday 104,420 Kf Saturday 106,740 HSKSB?' Averago for the entire II i0 QQ1 PK Month or Murch JLWiAVl. K THE EVENING WORLD has a H larger circulation than any Evening Bt paper printed in English and is not H afraid to publish its figures or opon B its books to the public. BBSmt1 PBK The Evening World's Sporting Extras HF will take tbe pennant every time...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 April 1888

ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssMsBMSBeMBMss f fiTiMffMfc'r "t-at'3ffifiM!J5stf3BjMMi THE WORLDS SATURDAY EVENING; APRIL 141888. . fry jfl PLEASURE'S HAPPY TRAIN. i . KNIGHTS OP HONOR RECKIYE THEIR QUES1S IN LYRIO HALL. An Enjornblo ISnttrtaliitnent Given by flet rule. Lodge Ladle, irlio Woro Dob Col Inrs Jcdorsoiilnns of the Ninth Assembly District Dnnclne with l'nrtneri la Silk, nnil Satin. In lrvlun Hull. A most cnjoyablo ontortaimnent was ulvon by tbo llorAles Lodgo, No. 2395, KnlfjhtB of Honor, nt Lyrio Hall, Forty-sooond street and Eifflitb. avcmio, lost evening, l'rof. Lov ell and bis orchestra were present, and whon ho played The Evenino WonLD waltz it was doublv bucorod. Tlio following gentlemen iiovcr for a moment tired in thoir efforts to to make tlio affair a success. Comiulttco of Arrangements C. II. Ualdwln, Chairman; J. O. Slrrlnc, H. IllckaoD, I). Tooktr, G. li. llebard, A. 1 oris, T. It. Teller, T. J. Lynch, W. Bweeney. Floor Commlttre 0. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 April 1888

pr "v- -IF B ' i HL " THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 14; 1888. V Bjf ' UOTEMENTB OF THE B0ODLER8. Hf Be tey Il( rrabably Left Montreal for BV'''' flood 1 Dtllv Moloney There t B (irtClAL TO Tilt WOULD.) HfH Uoktbiil, April 18. Ex-Hoodler Alderman Do Kf I & Ml Montreal apparently for good, K' TM WostD annonncod exclusively jcsttrdsy Bx-V inotnlar. There ire many ttrango clrcumtnce Hv, attending hit indilen departure. The next morn HLj las bat on after Ioipei tor Byrne' vl.lt here Tub B5' Woucorr,pondentir DeLacTlcTe. He has K'' tired foraorae time at No. 10ft Mackar atrtet, two Kx block awai from tn home where John Kecnan, Bk xlnjt of the exile colony, re.lde. Thlil atwo- HKlf Morj, French-roof, itono home, with a wooucn BJBf MOop, torm door and wooden piazza. To-day the HE2 home au deserted, and tno namo of the boodlor Ei' on the door-plate waa uotro. gLjl A World oorreei.ondent made Inquiries at the Hy neighboring nonae anil learned that Do Lac lclt k,, earl Wednesday mornl...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 April 1888

PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATUKDAY, APRIL 14, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 1 I 2 O'CLOCK SUICEDE WAS IN IIIS MIND. TRAG7JDIAN O'CONNOB'B DEBUT HEBE HADE HIM VERT TIBED. Tie Would Havo Taken Home Drag Only for nil ttellglon Dnt Now the Htajre Hand Toll IIo Will Rlral Kerne Hare tlar rett nnd Ilooih Mubeldlaed Press and Fabllct He W 111 be Married on Monday. Tragedian James Owon. O'Connor's wed ding With his botrothec,, " MisB Bergman, i formerly Mrs, Huehnrvr," as ho speaks of thor, Was not solomnizaa this morning. Tho lady left tho AUman 'House and her prospeo tivo husband ut 9.81 this morning to goto Jlobokon, thero tJ mako arrangements for ihe ceremony, vhich will bo performed by Mayor Kerr, ojf that city, on Monday morn ing noxt, between the hoars of 10 and 12. " By.by , dearie 1" was tho fond tragedian's parting Oaluto as his blondo brido-to-bo mado her exi'i, and then he turned his attention to TneJivjENma Would reportor who had called a m'jtnont before. 'donld the crowds who have amu...

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. — 14 April 1888

ft THE.WORID. HK & SATURDAY EVENINC, APRIL 14. hVhkv Hfc HvztscnirTiox xo irc jsrxiyina i? ' nniTlON (Including Voltage)', 4 ' B , .TJ? MOAT, 30c. iVTrt WM.K. .7.50. Hfj. vql 28 N 9.734 sHi'lst Enttred at tb. Pott-OfflM. t Nw York aa MCond.lt K;t$ mall raatLr. B cTrcuTatioiT Books anTPress Room! W OPfeN TO ALL. , Bl The OincOLATiox or the E EVENING EDITION HP THE WORLD H for the week ending Pn)nrdny 'April T, waij flfc at followit i K Monday 100,240! : Tuesday 103,320! K Wednesday 1 08,040' H Tiiuiisday 100,280) B FniDAY 104,420; f Saturday I06,740 Kfti Avcrnno for tlio entire "fl -TiCS QQ1 ' f J"0""1 or March J.UO,6WJL H THE EVENING WORLD has a Kp largor circulation than any Evening K paper printed in English and is not K afraid to publish its figures or open K" its books to the public. Hf' TnK Evenino Wonxn'a Bportluc Extras HSSSj&. Et-' will tako tho pennant every tlmo. Prompt- H nessj aud reliability will lie Its motto. And MM H tbo news for one cent. Kf THE IMPENDING FA...

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. — 14 April 1888

1 Wal......Msl......MaMBialtli,ilML.,,,,,MKM 4 ' jTIJElW.CMlIiD: .SAtlftDAY EVENING, APRIL 14jl 1688. 5 J 'S if PLEASURE'S HAPPY TRAIN. ;!i H;j KNIGHTS OP HONOR RECEIVE THEIR H Jjj GUESTS IN LYRIO HALL H (!) An KnJoTnbte Entertainment Cllren by llcr- B Si rules liOilgc t.nillcR wlio Wore Ilus Col- H J1J Inra Jcflerionlmia of llio Nlntli Aaaeinbly . I District Dniirlim with I'nrlncr In hlllca ' I nnit Hattim In Irving llnll. M A most cnjoyablo entertainment wns givon MM by tho Hercules Lodge, No. '23'j5, Knlghte of H Honor, at Lyrlo Hull, Korty-isccond street B ) and Eighth fivcnup, Inst ovonlng. l'rof. iov- jH l ell nnd his orchebtrn were proscnt, and whou Hjjlt ho played The Evenino World waltz it was V doublv oncorod. Tlio following gentlouion V ncTor for a moment tired iu thair cflorts to Hi to mako tho affair a huccoss. Hi committee) of Arrangements C. II. Ualilwln, f ) Cnilrman; .1. U. Hlrrlne, a Dickson, U. Tnoker, LW (i U. n. Mellaril, A. Tofts, T. It. Teller, T. .1. Lynch, H...

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. — 14 April 1888

:H . THE WORLD; SATJJRPAV EVENING. APRIL 141888. , ' WHAT A JANITOR'S LIFE IS. Hj BOMB OF THE EEAL EXPERIENCES OF THIS Bv CLAB3 OF WORKERS. Kp Tbtr Let Not a nappy One They Illse Etf Early. Go to Dcd Lata nnd Are Working; jM.. All the Time If Ihe Landlord Ian't B&, Growling ibo Tenant! Are So They're Bl, Alwaya la Stew. HC$ "Tfi, yon mr well ir the Janitor' Ufa li not Hu; ippjone,'n(1 tae speaker sighed nd resumed Wf hla work at the laroace, which tiid been inter- Ht rnpteJ bj the reporter'! question, lie itm a good H representative of the men who look after the sub. Sp lUntlal pirtmsnt.nou.es of Harlem. A well. S'. bnllt man, with hair slightly streaked with ,Eh ptj and with a complexion that Indicated 'Rjt health deiplte the hard work. Ho waa strong viB4 and well knit, and bla band were hard and cat- JMaBW lonied. He waa one in whom contlilonco 2biH, could be placed. Ills open countenance apoke that, mjKf and hla franknras In ipetch and central manner I1bIbHV Indicated the blu...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 April 1888

f ; acoiiaraMe aji4irnapyoii)habl& t $MMS i TO-MORBOW BUY THE : JsiMNPiMIi a&w 5imtJli y m JsiUoNIDlaiyI I I i Tho Croatost, tho Brightest, tho Jtf Mm M& ta&L &TT? nrVWTrfAa ifS; SUl rTSfc S J :"; ,, , , . ! 4 IS Now8lQ8tand the Best. (1 0L I 1 T lHl Sfibf SSSifefiailff ll W (1 V I Hillllil I fl ll 5 Humor, Criticism, Art. Sporting : : . vtezlf )SLmvGL llari wk WrWBWM WwwffiMwlNlifflMnWftn Vm. wL I 111 II 1 5 Nows and Gossip. : 1 I! TRACTIVE I.OG'AI, HTOltlES. !5w V-' NJ ION lfc IHliWFKlK Mfllvi (UV'nl JIM Wjldll ll 'llhllv.fll IWMl NS5r XgW yr S$r XT W8r W J S'OIIK PAC1ES, MOUIt COLUMNS AND MORJt I M iiilitfilffliWfcaAVV lUAX !&!) Il My , AV&aHiy v iiEAiinits than any otiikii journat ; -, 1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1888. PRICEONE CENT. f I R-A-C-l-N-C big raging crowd. I I A Hurrah Day at tho Guttenburg M Half-Mile Track. I Twenty-three Bookmakers Kept fl Busy on Five Races. The Initial Handicap Sweepstakes fl Won by Truoborn. B tSPI...

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. — 14 April 1888

MkJh' , s 'ffifi'WtfftEm AtfRvtygNrAranrri; rm - K r THE WORLD. Wp. . SATURDAY EVENINC, APRIL 14., ftP'"'''"" S Bvnscnirxioir to rns jcrsvxya Hk ', V EDJXIOSr (Including Tettagt), Hie i rEll MONTJT, 30c.t J'SR TSAJl, $3.GO. K' l VOL 28 NO. 9,734 f 3 : K,, L t Fnterdatlheroet.omceat NewYorkae ewond-eleaa mm, & - """ Bfe i I CiTcuialloT Books andlross Boom mr M OPEN TO ALL. Hk. i Mk TH,t ciucolatiom 0T xuc H 1 ; EVENING EDITION, Bit'" jgs or f T&- THE WORLD R"; iJ 'or the week ending Hniunlny, April 7, wu BSp ftjs u followii Bl jf Monday 100,240 K w? Tuesday 103,320 & Br ' Wednesday 1 08,040 fl jg TnunsDAY 100,280) mk M ' Fhiday 104,4201 3, S0RDAY I06,740j Htl' wl jAvernjro for tito entire 1 fQ OQl! MM m Mouth of aiurch AUOtfJe. mm, DX !-. --' mm' , THE. EVENING WORLD has a Kj" 151 larger circulation than any Evening pf' $ pajior printed in English and is not Wm m afraid to publish its figuros or open Ni &' its books to the public. Htt Jv Tnu Etunino WonLD's Sporting E...

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. — 14 April 1888

I '""THE WORfcDr&tTttftDAEVENmGK APRifc 4; 1888. -if W PLEASURE'S MPPY TRAIN. 15 KNIQUiq ,0E, ,?WPE RECEIVE THEIB p" QUEBTS'lN LYRIO HALL. 3 I n Enjoyable Entertainment Glrsn far Iter- 5 ctilf Ladce Ladle who Wore Doc Col- '" Inn Jeflereonlmie of the Ninth Asa.mbly District Dnnclns with Pnrtner. la 811k. and amine In Irving Hnll. A most onjoyablo entertainment was given k. Uy tlio Hercules Lotlco, No. 2335, Knights of Honor, nt Lyric- Hnll, Forty-socond Btroot 5 and Eighth avenuo, last ovoninpr. Prof. Lov es ell and his orchestra wero present, and when ci ho played TnB Evenino World waltz it was '. douhlv encored, Tlio following gcntlomeu t. never for a moment tired in their efforts to " to mako the affair a success, Commltleo of ArrannemcntiC, II. Baldwin, " Chairman; J, Q. Hirrlue, B. lllcksorj, D.Toolcer, tt, o. a llefoaril, A. Tolii, T. It. Toiler, T. J. Lyncti, hi V. a-ecuey. Floor committee 0. I). HeiisrJ, Floor Manager; A. MacFarlane, Assistant Floor , Manager; J. Wcnncr,...

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. — 14 April 1888

FK; TIIE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING; APRIL U; 1888. Mp to. GILLIG OFF FOR EUROPE. E !, JJt QOUNbEIi HAYS UK IS A PASSENGER ' ; ON THE OUNAKDER ETRUKIA. HJf, 7 Jtecallrd to London to Tell About the Af- R fairs of tlie Atnrrlcnn Uxelmnna The. Hf ',, I'roipcct for Holder ol I.rtlrra of Crrilll B!t 1 As.lnee Iloonr Kcerlrea n Valuable BlV , Mall mod llopea to Vnr All Debt. In Full. H 'r 'William Nolsou Cromwell, cotiunel for ,B Hrnry V. Gillij:, tlio ox.Mnnner of tlio I .Km ' American Exeiiaugo (litiiiUilMvliicli yostor. 'M&&' t day passed into tlio lmuds of n receiver, slid it' ' to-day that Mr. Gillie wm n pas&oriRor on tlio 'KtW' i Onnarder Etrnrift which sailed for Europe nt Mfe fluybrcaV. Hwt! 4, Mr. Gillie was clonctod with Mr. Cromwoll jBSf ! t his ofllco until after miduieht, coins ovor HwJ & (ho affairs of tlio rompnny. Mr. Gillii; linil HK rccoivod during the aftoriioon n c iblo du. H&s' s spatch from the counsel of the compnny in HttEt ''" London requesting h...

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. — 16 April 1888

9 "WcflBnPiSSa M r ,,.-w ,...,. ,7,,j,..r,,TOPfwr Tripm.pii, ifwwr -l'-F-"" -"- T -"!" ""wr ",'1P W'!P'3TP ,111111 M' JMIJ99JI H I ".. H " ,9991 I "29999 j Published Yesterday, Whioh Contained .,. f ZZJ 'fe-fS-Sw " "- , - jliiiiniiiiimiimiiiiiimiHij M I jr35iHS"r.'.L...i p' r JisngHlpSyilKBIyffl ,',!Mif'-iklf' and the record was again drdken. i 9 "PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 16t 1888, PRICE ONE CENT. 9 - PAMPERO BEATEN. The Clifton Oraok Second to Herman in Slow Time. The Weather and Track Good, the Attendanoe Large. Other Races Won by Atveda, Adonis, Rod Prince and Bohomo, 'ST-KCIAt. TO m WOULD. Cxttton It ace Tiuck, N. J., April 10. The racing hero to-day began with a decided upset for tho followers of Da Long's "crack" Pampero, who had won all the races started for here. Vhen Herman won the five-far-one dash on Friday, his backers intimatod that they intended to beat Pampero. They were laughed at. To-day's result, however, showed that either l'omporo has ijouo " oU " ...

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. — 16 April 1888

B 2 THE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING, APRIL lG,f 1888. , H THE WORLD. KM ,k'- .' - lift MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 16. BTFDBCJlirTIOir TO THE SrSSISO WW BDIXIQS (Including Vottag), Wife PER MONTE, SOcf PER YEAR, $3.50. h$ VOL 28 NO. 9,736 avSlr KnleradattbePoat-UfB.ee at Nr Yora aa eeeond.elsee WjmL I null mstter. m Circulation Bco':s an! Press Room' E OPEN TO ALL. WBbl TnI CiscutATioM or the H evening edition rSeev1 or IP THE WORLD I. Og- for the Kt ending Hntuntru, April 14, wa, 'ifSw '0"olirl,: Ji Monday 100,320 Mr Tuesday 94,380 J8f Wednesday 1 02,300 m , Thursday 100,820 jJK Fiiiday 100,480 Saturday 98,160 flfjE, Avcrago for the entire &((i. QQ1 WE Month of March JLVPOjWJ. W" LABOR KNOWS. atk Tho Now York ftw, cucouraged by tho ',K, strength of tho money powor in tbo Lcgisla. Mr, turo, returns to its assault upon the Batur- M day Half Holiday. i This corporation organ assorts that tho & Half Holiday is " a blundor and a nuisance," Sjjrf that " afforls roliof to nobody " and " ough...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 April 1888

. TgE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 1C, 1888. g lH h SCHOONERS HAVE THEIR DAY 1 0NC1! MOKE COMING INTO FAYOE AMONG AMERICAN IAOUTSMEN. Tbe Change In the Nw York Yncht Clnb ' Inlrrnillopul Hoeing Unit. Frnrlleallr Hernia lli Wat Hloop. tu Leeward In 1 Popular Favor A Llrelr Ynehtlnaj Hrnaon Looked Forward lo tble Mummer. ' Members of the sovcral yacht clubs of the country nre nntioipating a busier nud llvoller 1 racing season during the coming summer than hns taken ploco for many yours. 1 Tho reasons for this expectation nro two. ' fold. In tho first place, tho grent Interna tional events of the past threo seasons havo ' dwarfed all more local races, and the regular ' regattas of the clubs have been tamo. Relieved from this overshadowing in. 1 fluenco, the lcgular races of the clubs will no ' doubt be well attended and iutorestiug. 1 Tho other loason is tho wonderful increase fl in the number of yachts and of club mem. hers, the latter having doubled iu number during the past five ye...

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. — 16 April 1888

LBjr ' SM B Y THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 1C; 1888. 1-11 -h 1 Hh ' " WsEl BETWEEN FOUL FLAQl Wm tcike Kelly says Ward is "perfectimtugen- Kfi tUtnan." MM! Inslden" ssy Ward and Kccfo will surely play RKL wltl no Giant. 3 Havo we iccn llic last (t lluidock In Uo baseball jxjf arena? Alas, roar John I HK Two nines of the Brooklyn Club will play M , Washington t'arlc this alta.'Luoo. SB, At South lirotners lalsnd, N. Y. C., Athletics, of 'M Darltro, 15; Amltys, of llarlcm, a iff The Nonpareils would Ilka to bear from clubs PSt With players between fifteen and seventeen years 5R old. Address August Stern. No. 849 l'leaaant ave- yp tine, dlj. sr ' The great and only Mike Kelly smokes cigarettes. BJp Tbla eocoutite for ni boflib ways. Win he oe- J arlns to smoke clgare It will be evidence of devel- jSR ooment. Baltimore American. ;ffii Chris Von dcr Abels going to Uy Ahe's World's 'Jpw. Ottamplonatilp Pennant tula venson, alcliouph l'rrs. KB? Idsul enillli, of Detroit, ii'iiluutnn th...

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