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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 April 1888

I l ' -'HOT eeaaaat "'Swl Il74 COLUMNS OF ADVERTISING! smm&Z pretty NEARejoooi H I Published Yesterday, Which Contained 5 ! f VSSl - v pmiiiiiii miiittttii iinuiin H !T "70. "W J"' iSM 7 v)I5r FyM u U4 Ye3terday'B WORLD Contained : 9H 1 5,793 wants i WtIi tllfl iJiLliTiMIffiiUfii tIPk fflSA I fif I re! 7M "waiutq!": IH :TTTTTTTrrrrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrrTTrr: t Hi 11 F EffiflS imbiil? S6NhWiWMlll (A v(0 I 11 I 1 111 1 :0,yO -HIM I i 2, ,H : .f.SrvTr0' : W MJI It 11 xSSf S?W j AND THE RECORD WAS AGAIN BROKEN, : 'fH PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. H 3 O'CLOCK FINANCE'S SPLENDID HOME. SHE CON'SOLIPATID EXCHANGE'S NEW B0AKP-R00M OPENtD. No Formal Ctremanlet, but I.ntt of Entliiisl nsin nnd Cheering by Hundred of Mrokert President Wilton an the lro perlir of the Body The First Trnntnc llon Recorded Sketches of the Excbogo nnd Its Ofllciri, Tbo breasts of tho 2,400 members of tho Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange swelled with pride and satisfactio...

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

II ;j THE WORLD ; MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1888. , H THE WORLD. fi$; MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 16. pff avnavitiPTioir xo tux jsrxxuro fcr, EDITION (Including Vottagt), Wfc PRU MONTU, 30cf PER YSAlt, $3.00. m VOL 2B NO. 9,730 K' Entered at tbaPost-Ornm at Tr( u MMnd-cliM &m null matter. 1 Girculaiion Bcos and Press Room ft OPEN TO ALL. W TBI GlBCBLiTIOX OF THE f EVENING EDITION I THE WORLD F (or the week ending Haturdar, April 14, wa, g u (ollowi : Monday 100,320 A Tuesday 94,380 Wednesday 102,300 TnunsDAY I00,820i I Friday I00,480 M Saturday 98,160 i Average for tlio entire H f QQI' Month, of Murcli JLLrOfAoXi r ' LABOR KHOWS. Tho Now York b'un, encouraged by tho f strength of tho money power In tho Lcglsla- tnre, returns to its assault upon tho Hutur- t, day Half Holiday. I This corporation organ asserts that tho Half Holiday is " a blunder nud n uuisanco," f that " ufforls relief to nobody " und " ought i to be ropouled." It Bays that Bundny is holl- i ' day enough Sunday, whan c...

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. — 16 April 1888

THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1888. 8' J If HOSTS. OF MITOY-MAKBRS, ailE JOUX U. JONES ASSOCIATION'S BALL MUWS A CROWD. Wr.lh.tUa 1U1I "cjn'-f n Notable Re-crnilnn-llenry Kleln'a Employee. Dance nud Prrsriit Illin Iwllli n Wntrh-Prellr ,, Hrrli hn Keccpllon ot tbe Il'rlrnroee I'letisure Club. Walhalla Hull I"4 uiKnt was crowded with members ot tho John H. Jones Association nud their friends. Prof. Robertson and his full orchestra woro in attondanco. Petor Stcinmetv was floor manager. Ihe officers of the association mo: iitinJ. Wager, President; Horman H. Henne, wilprisldiui; hteie Krahm. ltooordlnsr Bfre ! A. Hofmatin, Mnanclal Secretary; Geo. t Vbi' ireasurcr; Kdw. Morion, Scrnc-unt-at-Armi. Uru.tees-Kde,. Uorubachel, Hienard Kclly.Uenrj Vt-ltcmilr. Among tho ladies proscnt whoso toilets attracted tho attention of The Uvknino World reporter wore tho following: Mr. Vlke O'llilen, electric blue plush, with a flc'tu V cut corsage, wide at tno shoulders; a black relvet dog collir...

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

LssssKHc HE 4 THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL l(if 1888. ? j? MEMPfflB 1U0E8. ft, To-day's PrBgrnrome 1'rnbnble Blatters nnd S. Pool-Helling. ; trr.cnh to nir. onLj.) w j Uiurai;, April 10. l'nc spring races will bo B, continued to-day with the following excellent pro EfV V& gramme: M i. Mrst Race -Pores S330, lor ll agesi maidens allowed 'Bl r 81b.tflT.fnrlot.fc M ?H little Mlnch uu Volte,...., 1V1 St' ? liMn.r iH.K",ln. S5 'ftf L Dave IUddmmt lMlllrpath., Kf 'If. Rubor JOJ From, llancooa vBaf ' Jruia-r 1" I.'dy Rowan VI flR'i SS Juluto.......: JIM Diana WJ f hwon'"lJ'o.-Puri $3:0, for nil iim ulllni allow Uft snaesi one mlla. bsbbbbsn. tit tb.f lb, LKR & Phil t. llo'll.rlln lOi H! f hndaier 10H Aul.inlo Ill Rv & Huu..Lle bHi'liariay M.ts W K Js Lui-rJ'iuuson.., K' llrdlesf ..i!" ?5 TN'tV Tblrd lines. -Pur,. 100, I ir two veer-nld nlllM, lo rjr ffi isrry 1 W lb. i mald.ns allnw.d 6 lu. i half mile. MF! entry loiAalljO 13 L, V Fourth llin.-Tennessee GlntiHtek.s, for thr...

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

m fl ' - 'H I -U-, CUaii . r 1 USSaW A "S JyluP5c5K srttfP A 1-Sk. ' tesforday'a 'WORLD Oontainod i H 15,793 Wants!": WW md& tnriSMnii .71 Wl flfMIrl '5 79q '"Want'"! M I :TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTr.TTTTT: (IJP I I T RfelSftiM (Slv((0?l II 1 111 I lOjSW WASJ I d. ! ! I Z NO NEWHrAI'Ml rUIIHHIIBI) ON THK FACE OF . X$XZ. P tji j5Lf fill WA 1411 W llPEfSaOll CWlP V ll MM VStl VSC. ef & llU J !(. iLJuL f Jk : ' 1M I "PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1888. . PRICE, ONE CENT. ' l LOTM01. i FINANCE'S SPLENDID HOME. 'b pj lUS CONSOLIDATED EXC-TANGES NEW BOAKD-ROOM OPENED. 0 No Formal Ceremonies. Imt TnU of Knthusl nsm nnd Cheering by Hundreds of Broker President Wilson on Ike Pros perity of the Body The First Transac tion Recorded Sketches of the Exchange and It OOlcers. The breast of the 2.400 members of tho Consolidated Stock and Petroloum Exchange -ggBfcx, swelled with pride and 5s-"m satisfaction this morn- VH ins as tliey took pes S JEi y session for the first l? J...

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

wBm m 5 THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 16, 1888. . H T HE W ORX B. mfc rnUUM ly tht iyvm iM(Maf Co. ffl MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 6. St1 kVOBCltlPXIOX TO ru JZTBSXHO 9. EDITION (Including Voting), JM .raus uoxrn, spa psx tsar, $3. bo. k VOL 28 NO. 9,730 E BnUnd at tb. ross-OBo ai N.w Tom as Mocnd-tltu M maU mattar. M Circulation Boo'xs and Press Room M OPEN TO ALL, Mk Tnx CinenuiTioM or mi m EVENING EDITION 1 THE WORLD at for the wetk ending Balurdar, April 14, wo, -y Mfollowi: Monday 100,320 Toesday 94,380 H Wednesday 102,300 f Thursday 100,820 g Friday 100,480 m Saturday 98,160 ' Avcrago for the entire 1 AD OQI Month of Murclu .... J.1FUA f LABOR KHOWB. ( Tho Now York Sun, encourngod by the ' strength of tho monoy power in tho Lcgisla- turo. returns to its assault upon tho Satur- day Half Holiday. This corporation orenn assorts that tho j Half Holiday Is " a blunder and a nulsauco," that " affor Is relief to nobody " and " ought t( to be repeulod." It says that Sunday is holi- day e...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 April 1888

THE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING," APRIL 10, 1888. ' ajfi HOSTS .JDF MEBRYTAKRBS. THE JOHN II. JONES ASSOCIATION'S BALL DEAWS A OBOWD. Yrsdtasdla nail tn Bennst f si Notabl. Re-eerllon-Henry lOrtn'i Emplorees Dane and Print Illm Iwlth a. IVaUh-Frctty Dresses Henri nt the Iteoeptlan ol tbc l'rlmros. Measure Club. "Walhalla XTall last night was crowded with members of tba John II. Jones Association and tboir friends. Prof. Robertson and bis full orcbestra wero in attendance. Potor Bteinmotz was floor manager. Tbo officers of tbe association aro : John J. Wager, lTesldont; Herman tt. Henne, Vice-1'rcsldeni: Store rrahm. Iteoordlnsr Bccro-tirr- P. A. Hofiiiatiii, Financial Becritari; Geo. Loir. 'IrcarerjEdw. Morion. Sergtaut-at-Arms. TrusteM Edw. llornbaulicr, Hicuaru Kellr.Uenrr Weltemtlr. Among tbo ladies present whoso toilets attracted tbo attention of The Evening Would reporter wero tbo following: Mrs. Mite O'Brien, electrlo bine plush, with a deep V cut corsage, wide at the. shoulders; a...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 April 1888

BBJb I R i THE WOttlA: MONDAV EVENING, APRIL 16; 1688; , HE' BETTTEEN FODL FLAGS. Nike Kelly says Ward Is a perfect.lltUdEen. SB tie man." Iff, Insiders" say Word and Keefo will surely play Iff with the Giants. fi$ Dave ire been Ihe last of Burdock In tlio baseball &8 arena T Alas, poor John I Mr Two nlaet of tbe Brooklyn Clab will play it ;B Washington Park this site. noon. I At Boath lirothers laland, N. Y. C., Athletics, ol Harltm, IB; Amltys, of Harlem, a The Nonpsrells would like to bear from cluba with players between flfteeo and seventeen yeare old. Address August btern, No. tit Pleasant ave fint, city. .The great and only Mike Kelly smokes cigarettes, This accounts for nf borlsti ways. When ne be gins to smoke olgara it will be evidence of devel opment, Baltimore American. Chrte Von der Abe l golnir to fly AhcVi World's Championship Pennsnt this season, although res ident bmlth, ofDclroir, maintains that the scries lust finished not for that liouor. " Tno Bom iianager" w...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 April 1888

' ' pliNSO Will -J- fpffYNllRMfl 4 I Published Sunday, Which Contained . ftlSSjSEr'" - Itttttttttttt i n 1 1 ittt inimiim; ' I S 793 "Wants!" I Sr fflrft - AS Hf waW 4 La8t Sunday's WORLD 0ontanod ! 1 Uttttttttttttttttti hum i i:i mil fTI H (i fell?M Trffl"!1!! I W I jlfflllr I lira ifi 793 U WANTS "I I J NO NEWHPArElt milMSHE ON TUB PACE OF : XQJJ )EL 11 l8L IMT W IMjM WJJJ WWra5PT Wl JO lMfi wL? I3Lr i IBLIJIL I 11 1 ;3yJ W T aa I 1t3 ,J X J$ 9 1.351 SfcN JiwHi V iiP& J AND THE RECORD WAS AGAIN BROKEN, ; 1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APitirTn, 1888, PRICE ONE CENT. I RACING i EXTRA 5 BEATEN FAVORITES ' Twenty-seventh Day of the Season k at Guttenburg, A Pleasant Day Marred by - i Delays in Starting. Sweety, Frolic, Mamlo Hay, King Bird and Wlndsall Winners fSTZCtAX. TO TUT WOBLD. I Nobth Hudson Dnrvrao Park, Gotten bubo. N. J. , April 17. Somo excellent racing ' was witnessed hero to-day by n large crowd, which kept twenty-flvo bookmakers busy. Tho weather was warm and ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 April 1888

slllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. Hf g THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 18W." . . . 11 THE WORLD. TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17. jxmBcitzrTioit xo tub xrexzita JSIHTIOX (Including l'ettaoe), pxr month, 30a; ran tear, $3,50. VOL 28 NO. 9,737 EnUrd at tb Tcnt-Offlo t Nw York m tcond-eU mill matter. Circullili looks "Tnd Press Room II OPEN TO ALL. H'. ' Tax CucDLiTioie or Tint ft EVENING EDITION 'IK1 oir fa THE WORLD 5 for th week mains Hnturdny April 14, waa irfjsL as follows: Monday 100,320! W Toebday 94,3801 f Wednesday 1 02,300 P Thursday 100,820 - Friday 100,4801 If Saturday 98,160 M Avcrnjfo for the entire t f 8 OQ1 it Month of March lUOtDX $ THE DOOMED EMPEBOB. W Tho Emperor of a month is obviously near fcl hit end. gt' To wait so many years for the crown and to f& wear it only through n few torturing and aI agonized dnya of slow doath what an irony iji of fate! jfy The liberal instincts and pcaoeful prlncl- fc pies of Emp...

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. — 17 April 1888

-- ,... ... .,,. , - ,. ... . M USaaa laaoaa I iaaaaaaSasaaajS lisiaLjtljH DUOTBED3 ENTERTAINED AT THE BALL OP PROGRESS LODUE. M.ny Prettr Dresses Exhibited t the I,e. lnton Avenne Opern-IIotise Friends of he IUdl Club In Calico Employees of lh Bncklnbnin Ilotrl Danclnar De ception of tlio Crlspl Clnb. Progress LoBO. No. 889. 1. 0. 0. F., cnve entertainment and boll nt Lexlneton Avonue Opor.HouBo Inst niffht. Tho per. fnrmance run very smoothly under the man nnement of iWm. J. Miller. Canpa's Seventh ltceimont Bond furnished tho music. Tho affair nu conducted by tho following gen- .- mi'tiM of Arrsnttements M. L. dotthelf, 5?.J. C. A. Porter. Treasurer: J. A. Oral, oberi ?fc5Srfeter 0. Yost, J. U. Km, L. iittTutactiUffer noor Manager. Edward P. Smith: Assistant, irt.i 0. Yo?t. Floor commUtee-Jime O'Neil, Aon Cnn, diaries n. Murray. L. II. Myers, . L. iiKnficn"ittr, UobU Illoom, RntitFearns, Kobt. Ma. i"i AiI.FlewVcllln. &II.JJorett, Thoa. P. Smith, f.' ntion Commlttfe-RleBara N....

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 April 1888

..HHK? , - - I i " --' -- .. .I-. . . . ... . r , . riiB R TIIEV DO NOT LIKE PHILLIPS, Kl A ROW AMONG THE FlTOnBUBO RAILROAD m STOCKHOLDERS. ' A Bitter Clrentiir Iaa.M Which Ilnuli lbs MS Prealdent Over tba Coale lu a Lively Eft.' Manner Dare lie ttrrclre Too Mdeh KB? Salary (And What Abnnt the 82,000,000 mm fco -A 810,000 foach-rollce Called. In rurxruL to tbi would. MX' Bobtok, April 17. Tlio row between cer- tAln Eaitom people interested ah Mockhohl. Pw eh Of tbe Fltchbtirg Knllrond and President w Fbillips and certain directors of that corpo- KfflL' ration, fonnd.tnrther vent at a larcely at- wW tended meeting of stockholders held this M forenoon. WM At Hie annual meeting a few months since 99 considerable severo criticism was expressed BE' by the dissatisfied stockholders, who charged Kp by implication General mlcmauagemmt nn Kf tbe port of tbe directory. EC .Itappears that of some 131.000 shares of the Km road some 33,000 arc owned by tlio constrnc- ; tlon company, controlled ...

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. — 17 April 1888

-.1 "'"H w vlflfll 'll '(H ill iflHI 1 . A a MaM,a-a.. eiMe(,M4efr 1174 COLUMNS OF ADVERTISINGS SIrS- :prettynear6,ooo1 1 5 Published Sunday, Which Contained : !!Z3rSS vVzgS jmf' " Snninn n r n m inTimm mil. 9 7Q? " Wanfct V " . $&nr vL& i ?'fe?Sl f .Tlk ' Last Sunday's WORLD Contained 5 ItSattttTSSSSitttt! flffflT ll p iiAfflrt (O f: I llllr I H -:59793 " WAISTS "i 1 vuf::.r:.v.- : w MliBl!ll!a mimk HBH V sp-w AND the record was again broken, m 1 ' PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. U O'CLOCK ML 'OSBORNE WILL ACCEPT. HE WILL BE "FATTr" WALSH'S SUC- CESSOR AT THE TOMBS. lie I Under Marching Order tn the Com- , mlsaloner, lie 8iiy, nml ir Thoy Wnut Illin loDeWardDii of tlie Tomb lie Will Ober Order The noo.nl ITnnnlmou for Ilia Selection Mr.lOsbortitt' Itecord. Tho offlco of "Warden nt tho Tombs seems likely to co bcpging for nu occupant. Not nn appllcntiun has as yet been inndo for tho position. A minor Und it that Wnrdon Keating, of tlio Ludl...

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. — 17 April 1888

MBPsPcPsWlWMpCTfi J 11 K-W. 2 " ;' -.- - THE-WORLDt TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1888. ' '" 12- - ' K' THE WORLD. k m rhu.l'-t bj i I'm rllhlm Co. K- W,, TUESDAY EVENINC, .APRIL 17. Bk wBt' buhscjizptiox xo xns etxcsxxq aHt V ED1XIOX (Including Voting), P "- PJW XOKTll, 300.1 PEIt YEAR, $3. SO. K I VOL 2B NO. 9,737 sflK& Bt "" " ' " ' ' fip EnUrod t tbt I'ot.Offlc tt Nw York u condolua heR J K 1 ' uillnitttn H; m , Circulation Bco'.s and Press Room T W OPEN TO ALL. B K Tnc CincuLATiox or the m I EVENING EDITION f ; p? THE WORLD Mj, , f if; for the week ending Hnturday, April It, wni K- J ;, Monday 100,320 L ' Tuesday 94,380 B: I F Wednesday 1 02,300 HjL i v TnunHDAY 1 00,820 W- ( j Fiiiday 100,480 K' ' ;- Saturday 98,160 Bf i fR, Avcrnco for tho cntiro "fl fhtft QQ1 K - K. Month of Mnrch J.U"0lJX K, f JK the doomed emfeboe. '!-o4 Th" Emperor of a mouth in obviously near Br"' 'w'' 'i '" em' Bw' ;T Iff To wait no many ycnrs for tlio crown nuil to Wm, x St wear it ouly thiouch n few ...

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. — 17 April 1888

I I THE WOHL,D! TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1888. - , imW I EVENTS IN THE GAY WORLD. 1 j,0NDUEl)S ENTERTAINED AT THE BALL OF PROGRESS LODGE. al Mimv Vrtttr Drr.se. Exhibited nt tlio I.ex- Inaio" AT"" Opera-Home Friend, or H the lloifJnle Club In Cnlloo Employee. fl of the Hn'',","m "nll Unnclnu-Ue-H cpllon of llio Crlepl Club. Procreis Lodge, Ko. 389. 1. O. O. P., Rftvo n cntcrtoiniucnt nud ball nt Lexington m Avcuuo Oporn-HoiiBo lust night. The per. i formnce rnu very smoothly under the mnu. , neoment of Win. J. Miller. Cntiibi's Sovcuth Itcgimcut llnml furnished tho music. Tho I nffnir 9 conducted by tho following Ken- M rnnniltteo of Arrauiomeuts M. L. t'otllieU, I icoberi Ilioom, Peter G. Yost, J. U. Kerr, L. , 1 noor Manager. Edward F. Smith; Assistant H imVtc;. Yost. Moor CommUteo-Jamts O'.Neil. I AMonCaUD, Charles II. Murray. J- 11. Myers. I. I iiJfSlirlil"ilrlnobUUIoom,Uout.Foriii,Kobt..Ma. ' I i.n c 1 1 riewwellln. S. 11. Dorsott, Thoa. P. Smith. I tenon Cominlttcc-Ulctiard ...

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. — 17 April 1888

jJL .jj THE WORLD; TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17. 188ft: B: PREPARING FOR A SIEGE. WiaSc HARLEM'S I.OCKEn-0'oT BREWERY KM- hfflLp rLOYEES READY 1011 A LO.S'U STRUGC-LII. RaP bympotby nnil I!ncnnrnacinrut fur tlie Men ffWl' Tbey QutrllT I.envn the Ilrevrrrlrsj nnd SK (Jo Home-No Trouble Irn1 by ihe gX& J'ollcc, Who, However, Will lie Vigilant jSKT M hl To-Ilay Mny Hrlim Forth. 2jEj No ono would guess yesterday, from ill appear JmRV ances, that one of the largest lock-outs ever afei planned In tills countrv wus bejrun. In front of nil yfflf Ihe Harlem and Uoir .,ima lircwcrlrja. cvcrvlliliij; $K seemed the tamo ni iiui . ll iho mornlm: wr.it $K& wucntmallli.il toaii.l Itom iliuj.irds. Muck? .in J nS sicatu jiiHiil ai MRiilorlj in c-.cr from iti-c mul !&,', clilinnc)-all ortr tlio vnxt biillJlnjH. Numbers uf HB bloc-frocked workmen went busily about, 'i no feiSn',' mrtlada of pigeons wbocjed and (mated around la Ka search of break fait, nndtbor wcro no Indication wag , ot tronb...

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. — 17 April 1888

kllEKwGEvJEmrff Jrlj'SrtryjF-flflfl-flAMsisWMsffsisUsi 1174 COLUMNS OF ADVERTISING! -W- spretty near 6,0001 1 5 Published Sunday, Wliioh Contained : -- WlfS-- ilTflli W" i"7 ". ttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt B .5,793 "Wants!". 4WnfA Jl, flMtlKli U'wtTwI II r 5 N the aLODB contained ah many of X fir PyOsfAjlNrt illTTOJ DIrI UA V 11 Q 0 R n U I 'myl rJ 3 W VtSWI' AMI TUC DCnnon UiAP APAIM DDIWCM i ffl . tiiki peoi'le'm advts. ,-?i' v-t- Jlwlltillw1itli(wt llfcM Vi ,iv JtiO v v ;ANU IHc RkuDRU WAS AGAIN BROKEN, j ' MS, PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1888. " PiCE ONE CENT. fl . . . . mtmrnm : EXTRA LAST EDITION. KU I , ! HE IS BETTER. s Emperor Frederick Has Less nf Fever Jo-Day. i Consultation of Physicians at the Palace. Crown Prince William's Visit to Hia Father. (Vytrffki, 1888. $y TTit Prut PullMtnf Ctmpani (ffw Jr World). DIOII, CABU DurATOB TO TIDE WOALD.) Bemjn, April 17. At 1 o'clock this after- noou Emperor Frederick was still in a state of high fever, aud a c...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 April 1888

lffis f 2 THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 186fl. . I THE WORLD. f tUE9DAYEVEtflN0, APRIL 17. k, ri5cjPTZoy to xirr srsifxira kV' EDITION (Including Tottagt), W, PER ItONTB, SOcf PER YEAR, $3,S0. Ifi VOL 2B NO. 9,737 W. Entered at tbe Pott-OBoe at New Tor M seoond-elaM fk mill mitter, 1. CIrcu i atiorTB o oks'anF Press Room OPEW TO AUL- 'Be Tnc Circulatiok or TBI 1 EVENING EDITION 1 ; THE WORLD I'Jjr for tli week ending Haturday, April 14, waa :;. u follow! : "1 Monday 100,320 1 Tuesday 94,380 Wednesday 102,300 T Thursday 100,820 ft Friday 100,480 Saturday 98,160 fl Average for the entire -I fhgi OQ1 , Month of March AUOlfJL ' THE DOOMED EMPEEOE. Si Tlio Emperor of a month is obviouBly near ' ' his end. ,' To wait bo many years for tho crown and to w wear it only through n few torturing and X agonized duys of slow doath what an irony I of fata! fc' Tho liberal instincts and peaceful prluci- E. pies of Emperor Fbediiuos will inako his j ' death a creat loss to Qormany and a aona...

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. — 17 April 1888

I THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1888. 8 JH I '-Iyents in the gay world. I " ' I HUNDREDS ENTERTAINED AT TUE BALL-OP PROGRESS LODGE. Many Prettr Dunn Exhibited at the tex Inaton Avenue Opera-llouse-Frlend. of lUo nosedale Club In Calico Employees nf the lliieUldhain Hotel Dancing He ceutlon or Hie Crl.pl Club. 1'rocrcss Lodgo, No. 889. 1. O. 0. P., guvo entertainment and ball at Leslngton Avenue Opcro-HoiiBo last night. Tho por foriwuico rnu very smoothly undor tho man ngouicut of Wm. J. Miller. Canpa's Seventh lleciuicut Hand furnished tho muBlc. Tho ollair v,os conducted by tho following gou- , ,miii. of Arrangements M. I Gotthelf, jlober'tB'oomr er Q. Yost, J. TJ. Km. L. mrnlschlcBer. Floor Manauer. Edward F. Smith: Aulstant, p.i.rcl Yost. Kloor Committee-Blames O'Neil. ?Un Cahp! Charles n. Mnrray. U 11. Mvens, L. Kh?coi2B r. llobt! Bloom, KootFearns, Kobt-Mjs-In ill. Flewwellln, 8. 11. boraett, Tbos. P. Smith. Cptl"n Cominlttee-Hlcnara N. Arnow. eaab S.n.n. Mater. M. liru...

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. — 17 April 1888

f a TnE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING; APRtL 171888: V MR. OSBORNE WILL ACCEPT. . I1E WILL BE "FAITY." WALSH'S 8UC- M CESSOR AT THE TOJIBS. ''at. V Under Marching Order lo the Com- fft' mls.Lners, lie "ays, nnd If They Want Rfflk nm o Re Warden sf tbe Tomb He Will IE? ObT Order The Board Unnnlinoaa far Ijrjp 111. Selection Mr. Oiborne'a Record. f"l The office of Warden at the Tombs seemn Wt likely to co begging for an occupant. Not W im application tatts as yet been made for tbo IS position. m A rumor bad it that Warden Keating, of the Lndlow 8treet Jail, wlioso present tenure kW, of offlco will oxplrc In December, would be Hb transferred to the Centre, street stronghold ; ' ; lmt this report seems to be founded on tbo B '' mere fact that Mr. Rooting made a visit to fit" tho Tombs. "Mr. Osborne Is still In ebofge," said fti President Simmons, of tbo Commissioners of ', Charities and Correction, to an Evening ,fe Would reporter this morning, " and if he ,Si will accept tbe place he will be ...

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