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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 April 1888

IOi9DD! it 751Sl5S& 0&f&r vx 65fflfc? Oft ft! :H P miNTED8UNDAY,ANDITI8ALAIIoVn VvLt j J L U SC I ISr VtNUAVl'W Ml5ffiAS99T&wYvSff5fiT 5M llMlft Vk W IvL J I J I 1 HI I III I (Wft IT 13 T1IE HUMDEtlOr . WANTS S 11H .. NUMBER OP ADVERTISEMENTS THAN M X&JW C IRyA.WJlRLfMhllSaI'l (Iff) K Of Wi Hl N U , IRMK v3fe-. ' a ViV C&i $ UUtJk P aV 3BBR rniNTED SUNDAY. AND IT ISA LAJlOBnl S--H ANY OTHEH NEWSPAPEU EVEIl rUDLISUED. S V-- Jlr Mlftl'ilrWll V-SSl- XSJr) ViT Vy'SaJ 5eP .5?- NUMnBK OP ADYKIITISMKN, THAKB 'l j ii 1) iaISOSslifliUiimlSI&'Mfii MiilMJ ant otiieii nkwupaih ever, published. r 'g 'JH """" " HiniiiiwTrmJl 'HI PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1888. """"""" PRICE ONE CENT. ' 4 5 O'CLOCK EXTRA JOHN L. ARRIVES. Boston's Boss Slugger Eeturn to Old Boston Oity. Welcomed by a HoBt of Friends on Three Tugboats, He It Recosalzed on tho Bridge of the Mramer a Htie Paeeea Boaton Light "The Evening World" Ueparler the Flrt Mad to Welcome Illm Back H...

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. — 24 April 1888

V o - THE WORL&: UESOAYEVENIW,-APRnr54, 1888r-- . W THE WORLD. R& rsiki H tee iviu(m a. I$ TUESDAY EVENINQ, APRIL 24. Bf& avBuanzrTioir to mm? srissxira Ks JSDXTIOIT (IntluMng Tostage), KIT Ftffl itONTIT, 30c; PSIl TSAJt,$3.B0. Mf VOL 28 NO- 9i744 KK Jtntered at the Fost-Offioe at Kew Totk u aeeoad.elaaa BH ntil metUr. Circulation Books and Pross Room OPEN TO ALL- IB? TB OimcoLiiiox or TBI I EVENING EDITION I THE WORLD W In the week ending- Mntorday, April 21. was St M followsi W, Monday 96,200 H' Tuesday 100,680 j Wednesday 106,580 W Thursday 106,800 I Friday 103,300 E Satdrday 100,920 AveraRO for tho entire Tj fj A Qffel Month of aiarch JLAJiAlJ. 9 THE EVENING WORLD has a 1 largor circulation than any Evening K papor printed in English and is not W afraid to publish its flguros or open E Its books to tho public. K FIHKEBTOH'S HEB8IAHB. ( W If there is notblne In the laws to prevent a m nnd of armed morconaries from travelling m around the country, under eontraot to kil...

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. — 24 April 1888

BswaSliHHv il - - i i in ' ,. i. i ,, M. i i . - I.. - il. .. ii mi - , - I,, ., MM. i, .,, , , . , .. I. I .. .I! . , I . -J BBBBBM BRIEF HOURS OF PLEASURE. MEMBERS OP BT. CECILIA'S LTOEUM EN TERTAIN THEIR FBIENDS. The Her. FiUher FUnnelly 1-ookai On While Illi Vonnc Pnrlahloner, Enjoy Thenm-lve, Tarn Hull Filled with n Jolly Crowd at Ihr lleccptloo of the l-he-nlx I.yceam Clarendon Ilnll Employee, Have a Dance Tbo members of St. Ceollla's Lyceum last night gavo ot the Loxlngton Avenue Opera Houso thoir nnnunl ontortninment and rccop tion. Tho hall was filled with tho mombers I and Boosts and every thine passed off smoothly I and pleasantly. The Kov. Joseph P. Flan, nelly, who has dono so muoh for tho cood of tbo orcanizatlon, was present and lookod down from one of tho boxos on the crowd of bappy young pcoplo enjoying thomBclvos. The first part of tho entertainment con. fisted of a farco called " Hamlet In Black" nd the two-act comedy. "Handy Andy." 5hcn Praf. MoAuliffe and his or...

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. — 24 April 1888

Kr . 4 1 TTO WPfl TTOPAY PYWWfr Ami. H gr : . "I H a school nm avemed. Hv . i a B! M18S MUIUUT'S COOLS ES3 AFTER MR. Wflt VAN C0TT8 MISTAKE. BbW a l""",e Tenchrr Clot n Fit In tho Ilnll nnd MrfiT the Ylce-Prlnclpnl In Ills Excitement VJM Itnna Up Ilia Fire Engine n Well an nn W Ambnlanre-.1II fllnrrnr flirt the Fire- Um men nt the Poor nmt Kent Them Airar. Iw Coolness and presenco of mind on Uio part Hf. o( Miit Amm A. Murray, Principal of the mWi- Primary Dopnrtmout of Grammar HchoolJNo. a 20, in West TliiitietU street, averted what '; laight havo rosnltcd in serious panic and loss X of lifo among tho school clilldrun this morn. 1 Charles Ferrcro, tho special musio tcaohor MS pf tho school, had just finished giving his in. mtjt Mmctions and vras ou his way downstairs mWj about 10.30 o'clock, when ho was taken with mm an epileptic fit on the second landing, jy A colored lad coming in a few moments WW later fonud him lying there, and going to ouo Kr ' "10 asKistant lady tenchers ou 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. — 24 April 1888

fOOK AT THISj --5stt 3ft LOOK AT THIS I "; SujKoWvir Vitai mill !i IImW.11W VJvkwil(ilL PLWL l SKr M!?rtUsKnAyS "M e.hrllMlMfflfittBVilWBUSnKU N$8 fciP NgK CflH )dM NTXSgX N "dOT- Ml'MtlKll OP AlVKItTtEMBNTS THAN 'SI H '"" ' "iimrrrrmB " H. 7. fl .tjHfl PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YOltK, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 'Ifli USTEDffll JOHN L. ARRIVES. Boston's Boss Slugger Eeturns to Old Boston City, Welcomed by a Host of Friends on Three Tugboats. tie Is lteeostnlzeil on the Itrldne of the 8lrnincr nil Khe l'amoi Boston Unlit The Evening World" Kepnrter tho I Irst Man to Welcome lllm Hack He Expecis Mitchell, Kllraln and Hnilili Will lie Here Soon, nnil Then There Will He Bliielc The Chnmplon on the Fight with Mitchell mill the Hquareneas Thereof He Brings with Him a Dnntnnt Fighter Named Hume Who I Hatd to Do a Good Va." fsriCIAb TO Ml WORLD. Hull, Mass.. April 24. John L. Sullivan, champion pugilist of tlio world, has returned to bit untlvo sphere. Not one of the many hundreds o...

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. — 24 April 1888

Wl ' THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1888. : K THE WORLD. Wmi TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, wJw MVBicsirTiox jo xas zrssxito tSm EDITION (IntXuAlngPoltagt), W3& PER MONTH, 30c; PER YEAR, $3.00. far VOL. 28 NO. 9,744 ?J3H KnUred at th rost-Offle at New York u second-cls lyf mail rotttar. E Circulation Books and Press Room ft OPEN TO ALL. 'ME The Cibcclatioh or tuc M EVENING EDITION iff 1 THE WORLD fl for th wtk ndini Hnlnrday. April Sit w Wt at folio in: jf Monday 96,200 ST Tuesday 100,680 B ' Wednesday 106,580. ft Thursday I06,800 W Friday 103,300! jfr SATURDAY 100.920 (tj Avrraffo for the entlro "fl fj f 9ft 1 Month of March V.7 i i THE EVENING WORLD has "a ft larger circulation than any Evening m papor printed in English and is not 1 afraid to publish its figures or open ft Its books to the public. ' PINKEETON'8 HE8SIAH8. V If tboro is nothing in tho laws to prevent a K band of oruiod mercenaries from travelling js around the country, under contract to kill 3B people whon t...

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. — 24 April 1888

. ... THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1888. IT jH 'B1UEK HOURS OF PLEASURE. " )IMlBEES OP ST. CECILIA'S LICEUJI EN TEftTAlU TUEIE F&IEND3. ybt Hr. Satan- Mannslly IhioUi On While Ills Young; Parishioners Enjsy Themselves Turn null Filled with n Jelly Crowd at the Itecrptlon of the Fliosnlx I.yceum Clnrpndon Hall Employee! Hare a Dance- The mombera of St. Cecilia's Lyceum last night gftvo at the Lexington Avcnuo Oporo House thoir annual entertainment and locep. lion. The hall was filled with tho rnomlxra nil guests and everything pawed oil smoothly and pleasantly. Tho llov. JosopU T. Flan. Dclly, who has done bo much for tho good of the organization, was present and looked down from one of tlio boxo on the crowd of harpy young people enjoying themselves. The first part of tho entertainment con sisted of a furce called " Hamlot in Black" nnil tho two-act comedy, "Handy Andy." Tlicu l'rof. McAullffo and his orchestra helped tho merry crowd of dancers. 'Ino toilets of the foll...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 April 1888

WW k THE WORLD i TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 188R. II AfflOOL IUNIO AVERTED. f" ' HiL Hlb8 JdUhftAl'S COOLNESS AFTER MR. 5 TAN C01TS MISTAKE. K A Mualo Trnchfr Ool n Fit In the Ilnll nnil ?vr Ihr Vlce.Prlnrlpril In Ills lixrllrmrnt im- linn- L') Ihr Fire Engines ns Well nn W Ambnlnnre-iMUa nintrnr Mel llir I'lre- iP men nt the boor and Kent Them Awji 1 Coolness And presence of mind on tho jmrt ikf 6t Miss Ann A. Murray, Principal of the : l'l-lrnftry Depnrtmcnt of Ornmnmr SclioolJNo. w 2G, in West Thirtieth street, nvcrted what ft might have resulted in serious panic nntt Iobs Of life among tho school children this morn, ins. Charles Terroro. tho special music teacher of the school, had just liliitlied (,'ivinu his in -.tractions' and was on his way downstairs libout 10.30 o'clock, when ho was taken with nn epileptic fit on the socond landing. A colored lad coming in a few moments later found him lyinc there, and coinc to ono of tho assistant lady teachers on that floor reported that...

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. — 24 April 1888

j LOOiC tHiaf "W J LOOK AT THIS 1 1 'M AKYwrnKR new" r"pKn Evrfn pubushed?8 AN Nir N; IllMMiyil JS3Sr' rv SP Vr tJJ $ &?- n,.mrr oK ADVkhtihbmknt8 iuam ' jfij AI umatw . IlBib W(fffl (lll11ta llaiVilM)fay a tjkayjlyjil V ANYOTIllHINnwHPArBIiKVKIirUUMSilED. 51 a"11 "'' ' ' ' " ...! eta PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 11 I JOHN L. ARRIVES. ! ' Boston's Boss Slugger Beturna to Old Boston City. M a j "u Wolcomed by a Host of Friends.) i on Three Tugboats. u i He I Reeogtnlrea on the Bridge of the Mrnmer ns Mho Fawn Doeton Light "The Evening World" Kcporter the i Flnt Man lo Welcome Illm Duck He Expects Mitchell, Kllrnln nnd Hmllh Will ne Here Boon, nnd Then There Will He Music The Chnmpton on the Fight with Mitchell nnd the Hqnarenens Thereof He Itrlnge with Illm a Ilnntnm Fighter Itemed Ilurne Who Is Hold to lie n ' (load Un. id r fsrECIAL TO THE WORLD. I , Hcix, Mass., April 21. John L. Sullivan, champion pugilist of tho world, has returned ' to ...

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. — 24 April 1888

HPP"' 2 ' ' THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1888. ' ' ' ' '. I P THiE WORLD. II TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24. & BxmscniPTioy so Tiir. r.vr.yixa X&' J1DJTJOX (Including l'oilagt), fflt rER MONTH, 30c; PKIl YEAH.$3.B0. BBL- you 2B NO. 9.744 9Jfr. Entered attherost-Offlceat New York as eeoond -class W&' mall matter. if Circulation Books and Press Room m OPEN TO ALL. I JBS TIIK ClllCDLATIOf or THK j EVENING EDITION rH or I W THE WORLD S, for tb wek endinc tnturilny( April 21 wii E u follonti m Monday 96,200 M Tuesday I00,680i M Wednesday 1 06.580 M TunnsDAY 1 06,800' Friday 103,300 ft Saturday 100,920 'M Avrrnao for the entire 1 fhft 52fHI JW Month of Murch iW I 1 THE EVENING WORLD has a m larger circulation than any Evening M paper printed in English and is not H afraid to publish its flguros or open Jj ' Its books to the public. lis PINKBETON'8 HES8IAHB. Jftj Ir'Jhero is nothing in tho laws to prevent a iff band of .rmod mercenaries from travelling 3jx around tho countr...

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. — 24 April 1888

If THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1888. '' 3 vU W - i asSMaaaSSSaaaaaaaaap . . . . . .. . - M M .. . M , . J W-BBBBBBBBBBafl I BRIEF HOURS OF TLEASII11K, . ME1U5ERB 'OP BT. CECILIA'S LYCEUM EN TEBTA1N. THEIR FHIENDS. The T. Father Wonnelly IhsoUs) On While Ilia Young 1'nrlahlonera Knloy Tliemaelvea Turn llnll Filled with a Jolly C'rovrd at Ihe Keeepllon of the riioinlx Lyceum (Jlnretiaori IIAII Employeca IIrt n linnre Tbo members of Ht. Cecilia's Lyceum lost night envo nt tho Loxincton Avenuo Opera Houbo tboir annual cutortainment ntul rocep lion. Tho halt was filled with tho mombers and cucfits nncl ovcrythiuc passed off wnoothly WA ,iloasnntly. The llov. Josoph P. Flan nelly. ho has douo so much for tho pood of tbo orcanizntlon, wos present and looked down from one of tho boxos on tho crowd of happy younc people enjoying thomsolvcs. The firBt purt of tho entertainment con sisted of n fnrco cnllod " Hamlet in Dlaok" W1d tbo two-nct comedy. "Handy Andy." '1 hen l'rof. MoAulif...

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. — 24 April 1888

I IftAMSCAfi'S LATEST MOVE. ItflB AGED GENTS' DOME MADE rEOMINENT AGA1M BI QUESTIONABLE ACTB. 'The Whltt-TIalred Mnnaaer Admit New Inmate and Take III Ilomebold Effect, Too The Inmate Claim He Wa Thrown Oat, bat that III flood Are Held by Ramscar A letter to the Mayor. Once atrsln come a complaint reBsrdlnj; the 'Uniectsrlannome for Ibe Aged OentV'at One Ilnndrcd srid Elgnty-thlrd street and Klngsbrldeo road. Thl liome it located on one of too finest pieces ol land on Fort Washington and comraandi a delightful vltw of the North Hirer. It la con ducted by one W. II. Itanncar. John Blrevrtbndge, or 'i-WI Ilroadway, It the f lttett complainant against ine homo anil W. II. W Kamacar. lie la sevcntj-elsht year old, la very 1 deaf, and haa very poor sight For many years ho E naa rnado a good llrlng working at c cry thing, fif being what It known aa a handyman. Hecoold fe paint, kalaomlne and tako caro ol hortcs. Ho 9 ilroro for Justice Andrew Whlto and his father, and Dr. John Ilurkc. lie...

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. — 24 April 1888

''B '' ' Tl -T' J r tTrWE-ElP,'aWTW?f'WIIWlW " WgPWrpl 7ifrW' BB,yj?iF2y(S"Wr""' w ft v i" TlWWfWr?rTCKiv llHW'1wW WFBHnPwFrp 'I- "fTww T5S "74Pil T?tlV? vv n8nmial I ' "''' i.. -l I igaiBMil-11fff ,,t,'"BM" T f ' flu rnimnai u ' "9H iJjM"00' AiT THISf . ;r, , f"Jft?r I Jft LOOK AT THIS 1 1 "'M lBm5 966 ' flWv SiifrlS sv vak. mB CkfzeLi 4 ANTOTnBB KBWBPAPER BVBn PUBLISnKDJ ) iKlliaiMiMlfilnlK HW llltKJIym mvffil KJh 1(1 NSSrggpP V Mr Y? F5" NUMUKtt o AUVKUTI8KMBNT8 IUAN " "fH J! ,if iii i-ii'tttttttoH BagMg)OaataHt!illt:iVlir.ilMlla3L jyiiMlWBUhff i any QTHBn ne WBrAPKit bvkk published. B PRICE ONEXENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. H (KING EXTRA DIRTY GUTTENBURG . - , Habitues Oimplpin that the Stand Ib Unfit for Ubo. i 1 Half-Milorn -St'll Under the-Ban at Baltimore. Mute, Daly Oak, Frolic, Harwood and Wlpdaail the Winners. finrciAL to Tnc wurld.1 NORTH IlCDBOK DKIVINU PAHk, OUTTBNBURO, H. J.i April 31 Tiil la tho thirtieth day of the spring races here. There ...

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. — 24 April 1888

KT - o THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 24. 1888. I If TilE W0K1D. a-KSF I TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24. Bs ' tVSBOJtlFTJOir 70 THE BTJXNIltO K$H JiDITIOX (Including Feitagt), Ktfk PXU MONTH, 30c; PEIl YEAIl,$3.S0. BK VOL 28 NO. 9,744 $$L R'ffiV Kntersd tb Post-Offlcs t New York aa aecond-clasa .flF mail matter. III circulation Books and Press Room if OPEN TO ALL. BJjr - Tme CinccLiTioN or tub EVENING EDITION If ' THE WORLD BIS 'or the wMk sdlDi Hut ur day, April 21. wu jff M follOWIt Kg Monday 96,200 a? Tuesday 100,680 El" Wednesday 106,580 R& Thursday 106,800 Ip' Friday 103,300 Wf Saturday 100,920 il Average for tho entire fffc A Qfll jg Month of March JLJFOAWi g. , . V Vu. - THE EVENING WORLD has a Kf larger circulation than any Evening Bf paper printed in English and Is not It afraid to publish its figures or open l its books to the public. Ill PIHtEBTOH'8 HE8BIAHB. B. If thero is nothing iu the laws to prevent a K- bond of armed mercenaries from travelling Wmr- around tho cou...

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. — 24 April 1888

BBBSHMBeBvHHHllilHS - THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1888. 3 Ml "7" m m w a a m bbb "'"'' - - t S JOHN L. ARRIVES. Boston's Boss Slugger Beturns to Old Boston Oity. Welcomed by a Host of Friends on Three Tugboats. JIc I neccenl7cil on tint llrlilne of tlir Mrnmrr na Slio I'nmics floeton l.lslit "The Kvrnlnfj World" Itrpnrlrr llir 1 lrt ill mi to Wi'lcnmn Illm Hark lie Jlx.ircU.'illlclirll, Kllrnlu nml Mitllh Will Jlo litre Soon, nml Tben There Will lie flliialr The Chiiiii)lon on the Vlght with jllltclirll and llie Hqtlnrrnese ThrrroT He Ilrlnst Willi Illm a Ilnntnm Fighter Nitmcd Iliirna Who In Huld to lie a liood Uu." fsneur, to rme world, i Hiu, Mass.. April 24. John L. Sullivan, 'lmmpiou pugilist of the world, bos returned to Ms iiiitlve splioro. Not one of tbo many . hundreds of fellov.piisseuiers bow tho out lmeH of our brnvo coast with more pleasuro Ibnu did tho big follow, who has returned with a wealth of English shiners. For two days past thoro have a number of Jolm...

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. — 24 April 1888

HHI P 4 THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, APTIIL 24, 1888. Hi , A SCHOOL PANIC AVERTED. HbtcT", U83 MDRRAI'B COOLNESS AFTER MR. BV VAN c0rr8 MISTAKE IBHy A Otatle Teacher Got a Fit Id the Hall nnd IHHKL the Tlee-Frlnelpnl In HI Excitement HkI Rans Up the Fire Engine as Well a an BBISy ' Ambnlanee-MUsi Murray Met the Flre- MwB ' nen at the Doer and Sent Thru. Away. IHjSv .Coolness nnd presence of mind on the part Hj9f oj Miss Anns A. Murray. Principal of tho sJaaeLaeHieH11'' Tritnary Department of Grammar SchoolJNo. EEkWt 2071n West Thirtieth street, averted what HK ' might have resulted in serious panic and loss taHHeV pi llf o Among the school ohildren this morn- Mlf tJharlos Forroro, tho special ausio teacher HHEH' of tho school, had just flnished civine his in- N Btrnctions and was on his way downstairs H$H!- ( about 10.80 o'clock, when ho was taken with Hk an opllcptio fit on tho second landing. IHk' , A colored lad coming in a fow moments HHh& latr found him lying there, and goin...

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. — 24 April 1888

ii inrm II II '""-'"'e"'1""L',"'""it - nr t tj "" l""""-' imiv qi ii. ...I... , , m PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. I A NEATLY LAID PLOT FOILED. iSBrECTOR BYRNES FRUSTRATES A PLAN TO BREAK THE BANGOR JAIL. Two New York Crook Had Evervthlnc ltendy to Hrt at Liberty the Ilobbern of .lllarr Ilennett They Were Pali and the Wbole Gudi Turned Ont to Help Tltcin How They Were Discovered. loipector Byrnes yeaterday unearthed a plot that pad matured In this city to break the county Jill at Jiangor, Me., and release tiro Now York crooks ho are confined there awaiting trial lor tbo rob ber j ol Ni, 000 and attempted murder In Newport, jlc, last December of old l'eter Bennett, the ntlser. Curiously enough it waa Inspector lljrnoa who flrat Informed trio Malno antnorltlea that their Innocent-looking prlsonera were professional cracksmen well known to him for years, and now pa la able to notify the unsuspicious keepera of the l'euobBcot County Jail that he baa 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. — 24 April 1888

E"' THE WORLD : TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1888. K' THE WORLD. Kf '' UdHoT tad Proprietor, Joszrn mntn, Hf rcniienBD amcnr day in titk ykab atror. Hvi tl AND W PAltK now. LsssssssKju' - E TUK8DAY, AI-RIL Si. 1880, BrV' ' - Hv Uatarad at the rost-Offloe at Hew York aa eecond-olsa, LbbKaC v mall matter. f i Bl TKItMS-POBTAClK FRKR. Hvr j p, rX'stt Avars or Canadal DATLY, mw reav, ssHI& FC.CP t Daily, els montbi. 88.00 1 Daily inn Bun- Um ' tat. em. year. 8T.OO1 Dailx Ann Bchdat. m ' tenths, 03.75) DAU.T Ann Sunday, on month. HV OSc. Sunday, oneyear. 81.801 Tue Bemi-Whxlt K VOBLD. on. year. 92.00 1 The Weekly Would, on B- nt, SI. 00. liberal commissions allowed to OtTJB iAXKTS. Sample eoplM sent free. l fir ZnffUnd and tnt CWfetel nnrf n eostalrr t9 HH lrrnal(mal Union t Daily Ann RuirnAY, HJH. JJ 1 4.70 1 DAILT onlj, 918.2a t Sdhpat, 83. AO. U tV Address nil rommunlcntliina, whether )f reneemlDK Advertisements) nrHnbecrlpllone, H; Iheninln Offlce. SI Park flow, N. Y. Cltr. m TWO MARCH REC...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 April 1888

Ml ' pt.uu i L;., :r r -JHR world:, Tuesday, april 24, isss. - . -JM bOBMNG HIM IN EFFIGY. I ' rnOff TAB PAMB STUDENTS VUT THEIR ' WRATH ON GEN. BOULANGBE. !., gutter's Committee Disavow the Newa paper ' Lm Coearde A Btormr BUlln 0f ike Mnnlelpol C'onncll, Who Are Op posed Hi tba General and Who Wish to Abolish the Senate and the Presidency. riB April 23. Another antl-Boulan.'erlst mini- (Mtttioawu szda In tbeQoartlcr Latin at mid- lfbt. A pjttj of iladcnta burned Gen. Bonlangtr 1 xho Boulangerlat protest oommlttee1 bu luned a 1 notice on behalf of Gen. Bonlanger, disowning th.e IjavripspM La Cocarae for lta adTocacj o( nil Ifcomlnatlon (or Iaeto and other districts, and de claring that bo absolutely refuses to be a candi date. At midnight tne jltj waa qnlet. The Tempt acomea tne police b( supporting the Boulanffftl'W nd treatlsg the atndenta severely. Tie itndema In the Caen, Lyons and Alz universi ties bave telegraphed their congratulations to the firls undenti. in uoNrciraLrrr on...

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. — 24 April 1888

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