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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 April 1888

i , m ' 'r "PARALLELED I J f f$ "w ilfeMSv ((Of lill P MWOTHvllW (H v (M: I li ill ili' I 111 lis isJL SjSctSSSBI iR $ J'bbbbbbB PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 251888. PRICE ONE CENT. fH CUFTOIffS PURSES. Lovely Day, Good Track, but Indif ferent Eaoing. Proaknoss Handicap Won by the Favorite, Bordelaise. The Other Races Won by Aura, Souvenir, Blessed and Herman. ItrrriAL to the wonr.n.1 CUFTOV Hack TltACK, N. J., April 2'. Tilts Is adellghtful day forraclng, barring that the air Is nil alltile olitlly. 'Ihetraikls In excellent m illtlon. 1 ho racing, however, was scarcely up to Cilfton form, and ttiero was also a falling oil In re betting, both by layers and takers ut tho odds, several of tho former being nbsetiteis by reason of the Washington meeting, which begins to-morrow. Toe racing began with an caay win for Aura, the Isvonte In the first race. For tho aecond, Bdltor and Queen of Hearts had tho call. Neither got a placo for money, Boutenlr winning, with Com mander b...

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. — 25 April 1888

ssssHnft k v Jgjp 'B HP ' 1 K 3 THE WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1888. , I K WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 29. WBx BVBicitiniox 10 xns jsrxxxNa KB EDITION (Including Foi1ag$), IkflS PJtf JtOXTB, 30c; PER YEAIl,$3.50 IPf VOL 28 NO. 9.745 Kfc. KnUrad at th Poat-OfBc at N.w York t.oond-o'iu. EA mall tnalt.r. ft Circulation Books and Press Room1 m OPEN TO ALL. Tn OincoLiTioM or ' EVENING EDITION Ha S THE WORLD Wj for tb week ending Naturday April 21 wit iffifi M follows jw Monday 96,200 k Tuesday 100,680 ff r Wednesday j 06,580 m, Thursday 1 06,800 m Friday 103,300 Hf Saturday I00,920 WS' Average for the entire Hff QOI , Month of Murch J!. Rf THE EVENING WORLD has a Hfi larger circulation than any Evonlng Km papor printod in English and is not mm afraid to publish its figures or open Km its books to tho public. W$M NOW FOR A VETO. Km The combination of hayseed statesmen and Iw tools of tho money power has passed by one Hj majority tho bill cutting down tho Saturday WmK half holidays 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. — 25 April 1888

1 ' TJ I THE WORLD: WEDNESD AY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1888. TT ? jH iftHO HAS TIIEPPEIMPAND 1 EACH SIDE CLAIMS TO HAVE THE BETTER OF THE BREWERS' TROUBLES. Although tbe Breweries Are t Work, Yet the Men Aro Tiorouly noycottlna Pool Beer The Bnlaan-Krrpere Expected to Uphold the Union In the Clrent I'laht The Men Get KnconrnglnK Ileporu. The browors' lockont and tbo wen's boy. cott bIiow littlo BicnB of weakening. Each side lu tho fight clnims to havo tlio upper liantl. The work of boycotting pool boer is still carried on vigorously by tho unions, as indi cated in tho action taken by tho independent local unions and tho sections of tho Central labor Union. Tho locked-out men to-day asserted that the boycott daily grows moro effective and that it is already proving disas trous to all tho pool browers. Tho lockod-out men gathered at Clarendon Hall this morning in full force and listened to reports from committees' pickets. Tho report was raado that about twenty small browers wore about to ...

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. — 25 April 1888

Br. I R, THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APltIL 25, 1888. ,. 1 1 WOMEN IN PERIL. wM ' jSft Escaping from Windows of a Burn- JMji'. ing House. Rim Ono Leaps Into a Not; Anothor WM' Slldos Down a Wiro. HRm'- fSzoItlBic Scene. In Weil Ttventyelihtli RutS Street Unrly Tlilo Morning fllo.t of the jlmF- Inmate. ( tho llou.n Hullcrlnu frnin JRJfij niirmi or Hrulxc. 1 of I.lfo Prevented Kf ly Good Work by llremru Tlie Keeper Kk& of the Home U'a to Ilo Tried To.IJur. IpM-, They have not been early riscis atlmra fS&- JJndurFs boarding . houBO, No. 63 West Bill' Twenty eighth street. Fire, which ia mip. j'JB posed to horo Btartod in tho basement, nkir- jfot inlahcd around tho inside of tho houso, spoil. W Jng tho nandsomo furnitures and doing $2,000 K damage several hours boforo tho usual break- 3 fast timo of tho inmates this morning. t Fcople outsido tho liouso know of tho Are S long before thoto insido. An alarm was sent 'M' i oat at C.80 o'elock, nnd efforts wore mnilo to fft awaken ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 April 1888

ffe5Bi--Bf-Ei-Bia3lii I F W ! JH In tii k w o t.n LABTroAYriyirrcii ; lWir 1 3k Ifi I $L Iitu A VwJr IrT IN'h KM f ill OHll(r ill 'r Vv3L Vrlfl JflL i 111 all M 3 ,.TUtffi.yAHir .wnNnATyyioi S iB PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1888. ' PRICE ONE, CENT. H JIGR. BOULAflD'S CONVERSION JPISCOrALIANB WELCOME HIS RENUNCIA TION OP THE CAT1I0L1O CHURCH. And Keunril Illrn na a Hccnnil l'cre llyn. rlnthfi Dealron of the ltcntorutlaii (if the Ualllcnn Church. Free ol Unmo lltgultle Which lie Nnrrendera Willi Ills Faith To be Received ti7 Bishop rotter. IUE nionT iter. LEOS COnLASD.1 From the Churchman. Tho Ilight llev. Leon Bouland is boing welcomed into tho Protestant Episcopal Chnrcb to-day as a second Pore Hyacintho. lie i8 a French priest, and up to about threo mouths ago celebrated mass daily in tho pri vate houso of It. A. Lynoh, of Charleston, B. C. , who is Librarian of tho Supremo Court of that Biato and a dovout Itomau Catholic. He claims tho distinctive titles of ltig...

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. — 25 April 1888

JM1PIPHHHHHBSHM B 1 THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1888. ZttlfiW ay IA. IYM fttlMlfof C. J WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 29. ,- tVBMCXIPTIOX 30 XSg XTSHXHO BDIXIOX (XmlMHngF ottagi), rSB MONTH, 300.1 PER TEJUl,$!t.BO. i VOL 28 NO. 9.745 Kotarad at th. Post-Offlo. t N Yetkusseond -class mall matt.r. Circulation Books and Press Room! OPEN TO ALL. The Cibcclatiom or the EVENING EDITION THE WORLD for the wwk Ddint ffsuurday. April 21 vu m follows i Monday 96,200 Tuesday 100,680 Wednesday 106,580! Thursday 1 06,800 Friday 103,300 Saturday 1 00,920 Average for the entire -fl flft Qf1 Month of March., .j " T 1 THE EVENING WORLD has a larger circulation than any Evening paper printed in English and is not afraid to publish its figures or open Its books to the public. HOW TOR A VETO. The combination of hnysood statesmen and tools of tlio money power ban vubsoiI by one majority the bill cutting down tho Satunlny balf holidays to four months in the summer. A dozen balf holidays in the year...

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. — 25 April 1888

TCHE WORLD: "WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1888. " " If H 5 KfttillRffl POWX JiEPRMS. . DANCES, ACTING BY AMATEURS AND BOB PKIBE PASTIES. r8 Artlal AT" by tha Anmtaar Xitaant Jrnm.ror C'onnell'i R.e.pllan n Bueo.a JIrryniktr and Pretty Dr.s.sa In Braratt Hall Troop, of Unexpected Oo.sts Bt Party of the Owl Club. " The Amateur Leruiuo reception drew a big assemblage) last night to tho Lexington Avo iiuo Opern-Houso. "Article 47" was per formed with tho following caBt : sd Dulamol U- Throckmorton . jl.zlllsr ..John Hatfield I lie Uvea H- ' Oirtllm-r a" Delilio -' W. Duplgnao retain ..llujd Lrvrett laurlstot Frank Hunger 4 lir. Comliea Dr. B. Edgar Mortimer ,. jujue Ur. c. W. Dunlop , foreman ot Jury .Edwin Tailor "' blmon J- Kmmonj 0,1 unt. Dntiamet MU May Uleaton t Marcelle Miss Kate Alien ra Varcelllne Mlsa Mar Colyer r, Jora Mlaa Helen Ituajeil After tho porrormance, tho floor being cleared of the obstructing chairs, tho cuests ) indulged in a dauco, which lasted till the u early mo...

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. — 25 April 1888

PB'' ' 4 i THE WORLD: AVEDNESD AY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1888. ' Jmn i " n-m-iii "in- ! WOMEN IN PERIL. I . il Esoaping from Windows of a Burn- l ing House. i' no Leaps Into a Noto Another ft ' Slldos Down a Wiro. !i )f, K xelUaa; Rcenee In Will TrrentT-flihth I Htreet Early Thli Morning Moil of Ihp i Inmates til llio Homo HufTerlna from Iliirlin or Ilrnlien l.nn iif l.lfr I'rrTrntril by Hood Work by rirnnrn The Keeper of thr Homo Wa to lie Tried Ta.llny. They hftTO not been early rigcis at Imrri Endarf s borirdlng - Loubo, No. 83 West Twenty .olchtlt street. Firo, which is sup. Jiosod to hnTO started in tho basement, skir iniahed around tho inside of tho bouno, hiiI1. i ng tho tmndsoroo furnituro and doing $2,000 ilamnce several hours before the usual break. t ftni time of the inmates this morning. 3' Peoplo outside tho house knew of tho firo long before thoso insido. An nlarm was sent out at S.30 o'oloek, and efforts wero made to riwnken the endanftorod sleepers. Thero wits i great sh...

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. — 25 April 1888

I.' K B H 4lil ',"""" ,,t""" Mt...0 .......... ...........O00.. . ' PRICE ONE CENT. WEV YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL i5, 1888. PRICK ONF ri?NT 1 g O'CLOCK MGR. BOULAND'S CONVERSION tflSCOPALIAXS WELCOME HIS 1UNUXCIA 1I0N OP THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. And Resnril Him n n Hccond l'ero llxi. clnthe Dealroos of the ltealornttnn of the tanlllean Churcli, Freo or Itnnit IilKnltlcn Which Ho Hurrrmlers With Ills Faith To bo Received by Dlaliop Toiler. TnEOtlOnT TiEV. T.EON 1JOULAKS.1 From The Churchman Tlio Tfigbt Kov. Leon lioulond 13 being welcomed into tho l'rotostant Episcopal Church to-doy as n second l'ero Hyncintho. Ho is a French priest, and np to about threo months ago eelobrated mass daily in tho pri vato houso of 11. A. Lynch, of Charleston, S. C. . who is Librarian of the Supremo Court of that Stalo and a dotont Roman Catholic. Ho claims tho dislinctito titles of Itigbt ltovorond and Monsiguor by right of Apostolic appointment from Vopo Leo X11I., and bays that in 1831 ho rcccivod tho honor...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 April 1888

H& s THE WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENINr, APRIL 25, 1888. , L' WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 29. $H;- avsMcsirTioy so xss smrxxa ft; XDIIIOJf (IntMlng rtiiag), W PSB UONTB, 30c. PSR TEAIi,$3.S0. K' VOL 28 NO. 9,749 ft,'- Itntmd t tb Fost-Offlo. at N Tetk u s.eond.ohuu JK mall mattar. Circulation Books and Press Room! W OPEN. TO ALL. Wt Tux Cibculatiok or Tn EVENING EDITION P THE WORLD K for tfa wte ending Saturday, April 21 was n. AS follQWIt B' Monday 96,200 I-SU. Tuesday 100,680 ft v " Wednesday 106,580 h Thuiisday 106,800 k Fbiday 103,300 I Saturday 100,920 Average for tho entire 1 Oft 2fb1 Month of Muxch...... J'2-PCV I "" I THE EVENING WORLD has a ? largor circulation than any Evening papor printod in English and is not ! afraid to publish its figures or open ;? its books to the public. NOW FOE A VETO. The combination of liayseotl statesmen anil Stools of the money power has passed by one majority the bill cutting down tho Saturday half holidays to four months in tho summer. A dozen ha...

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. — 25 April 1888

WmmKSBBMKB HI w5)jripf(fi(MijiwwiiPf w w-'v '.ijwwww'i'pi!r,P1"1f' f'1 "f wjfe'T!'r'r-'i "w",rrw' Tr-rT . j,j '""WfKefffljpKPlJAjf flBBBJBBLfc uBBB ' JflBBBfll V9BBBJBBBBBBJBJflBBv BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT BBBjypBJBBBBBBVJI THE WORLD: WEPNESDAT EVENING, APRIL 25; 1888.' 1 HRHHH pjSsUHE IN MANY FORMS. 'i ' PANOEB, ACTING BY AMATEURS AND SUE PHIBE PARTIES, ArtleU TM r X.T Orrtmtrrr Cenaelt's HeeeptUm st Soee JIryoileri und Pretty Dmui lo Everett IUI1 Troops of TJnxpottd Oussts-8t.T Party of the Owl Club. The Amatour Loaguo rocoption drew a big mseinblafio last nirjht to tho Lexlnrfton Avo nuo Opera-House. " Arttclo 47 " was por. formed with tho following cast : TMhamel H. H Throckmorton S.JllEr . Joha """lew im live ..... u- af)"r iSll! 1 ' W. Duplgiiao roam" " f"9'1."" Wntiitot mnt Ihoniier feE :::::::::.Sri; rDO'Jat::::::::,m,o,S5 E:::::::::::::::::::::n After the poriormanco. tho floor being cleared of tho obstructing chairs, tho Rucats Indulged in n dauco, which lasted till tho early morn...

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. — 25 April 1888

BPHKBIMW,Jf 1 THE WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1888. . fimm in peril w Esoaping from Windows of a Burn- y- ing House. & !Ono Loaps Into a Not Another Wl ! Slides Down a Wiro. w l ExeitlBK Hcenei In West Twentyelilitli K Ntreet Bsvrfr TliU Morning ftloat of-llin ' Inmntes nl the Home HuflriliiK from V Burn or Hruljca Lou or Life I'rnvriilrit Bj by Good Work by I Irciurn The Keeper Et , or th Homo Wm to no Triad To.llay. L They have not been curly risers ntlmrri lEndnrfs boarding house, No. 63 Wost V' Twenty-eighth street. Tiro, which is sup. B posed to h&vo started in tho basement, Bkir- 'V wished al-ound tho insido of tho house, spoil. ? Ing the bandsomo furniture and doinc $2,000 i dnmnce several hours beforo the usual break. t' fast time of the inmates this morning. Teoplo outside tho houso know of tho firo k long beforo those insido. An alarm was sent 'jL out at 5.S0 o'clock, and efforts wore mndo to f awaken the endangered sleepers. There was jr' o great nhouting ...

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. — 25 April 1888

1 ' 1 iwSlESSl'' Aft.. mnrn ItfMfllIi w!?jll!S I ?........ ...... t ............U..a.v....,.o....,.. H PRICE ONE CENT. ' NEW Y6IIK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. IB X TP. IkEn WHO HAS THE UPPER MND! ACII EIDR CLAIMS TO HAVE MB BETTER i OF THE BREWERS' TROUBLES. Although the Breweries Arc at Work, Yet the Mm Are Vigorously Iloyrotttna Pool Ileer The Bnlaon-Krepere Bxpectcd to Upheld Ihn Unions In the Grn Fight The Men Oct Hncourngluir llepdrts. The brcwors' lockout nnd Iho men's boy cott show littlo signs of weakening. Each sido iu tho fixht churns to havo Uio uppor baud. Tho work of boycotting pool bocr is still carried on vigorously by tbo unions, as indi- 1 , cntcd in the fiction taken by tho independent local unions ami tho sections of tho Control ' Labor Union. Tho locked-out mon to-day asserted that tho boycott dally crows uioro iffoctive and that it is already proving disas trous to nil tho pool brewers. Tho locl;oil-dnt nifcn gathered at Clarendon ilail this morn...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 April 1888

BwHBvrwW'SWEf 2ppTr"W' rVBPTF ' JSPi r " tWMWt1 " jjHrSJj'rSV'V J P 1 V1 " T TTPSrji0 T "'"WWrrT . .'"T ""rr "v -"',, TffqpjPJlFJTHJP'wTOfl?PWWt.' SB ' H(,J ty IA ! J"Mlil Co. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 29. : avnscjiiPTioir so tub xrmtitro EDITION (Intluiing 1'oitagt), PER MONTB, 30c. f PER TEAR, $3.00. i VOL 28 NO. 9,743 Katmd at th. roat-Offio. at N.w York u Moond-dus . mall matLr. Circulation Books and Press Room OPEN TO ALL. Tbk CmcolaXIOh or Tin EVENING EDITION THE WORLD for Uw wnk radios; Hnturdny. April 21, in a follows i Monday 96,200 Tuesday 100,680 Wednesday 1 06,580 Thursday .' . . 1 06,800 Friday 103,300 Saturday 100,920 Ave rajiefor tho entire il fkft Qflilf . Month or Murcli A ' THE EVENING WORLD has a t larger circulation than any Evening . paper prlntod in English and is not 1 afraid to publish its figures or opon A its books to the public. " MOW FOE A VETO. f Tho combination of liayseoil statotmen and ; tool, of tho money power has passed by one ! majority tbo bill cu...

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. — 25 April 1888

TTTTC WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1888: 3 H - - .... ' .....,.. Mattel TLEASPUB JJP.iMANY FORMS. DANCES, ACTING BY AJUTEUE8 AND SOU PRISE PABTIE8. Article 4T " by the Amtnr Lencae Grnineror Cannell'i Reception n fiucccn MrryinUr and Pretir Drtnee In Kvcrttt HbII Troop, or Unexpected ilaeete Mai I'nrty of tho Owl Club. The Amateur Lcokuo reception drow a bin nesemblBRO Inst uiRUt to tho LexinRton Avo. jute Oporn-Houso. " Articlo 47 " was por. formed with tho following cast: lluUarael U- H. Throclcmorton juilller ..Joftn lUlflclil j)e lives II. II. Gardiner Delllio W. Uunlgnaa J'otalu ..Bovil gverett taurlstot Frank Thonger fir. combes Dr. 8. Kdgar Mortimer judge Ur. C W. Danlop Fuieaianof Jurj Edwin Taylor KimoD 3. U. Kmmoni Mme. Dutiaincl Mlai May (lleaaon Harcrlle Mlts Kate Allen IHrcclllne Miss May Colrer t-or Mlaa Uelen ItuaseJ After the poriorinauce, tho floor being cliaiod of the ob6tructlng chairs, tho guests iiidulgod in n danco, which lasted till the early morning ho...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 April 1888

P I THIS WOULD; WEDNESDAY RVftNTWO, APRIL 25, !Pft8; ; 1WEBSTER AVENUE'S SEWER. j, IE WORK PROGRESSING BUT SLOWLYMAN. IS JiIFFJCULTlESMET HI THE CONTRACTORS lev Ntr Men Helmr Put lo Work Alrrmiy Two 1 Mretlon. of I lie Hesver Aro I'liilahrd, W ' While Ihe Third U Ncnrlns Completion W llapldlT Host FroprriT Will lie Ilene K' nied br Thla Improvement. fl otk hM once man been reinmcrt on tho Web er eter t,venne tawer. Tremonten and tbo rcaldcnls L ot that locality aro rejoicing orcr tho fact. It ?'" )oi(ana considerable to them, aa at present there li rrjo main newer and only ono or two aide or nronll lewcra. Tneroarc, howotcr, plenty of owapoola, v but they aoon nrc flllcil and hare to be cleaned oat $ TCKOlarl aa tuo law require. f'j Iho Ucunlnff out o( these cesspools la more or less s, unhealthy. This la one of the catuts of complaint y against Mount Hope. There are nothing but ecus- (; pools thero, and no drainage whatever. All y thronsh that Bectlon cesspools are In use. The ' te...

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. — 26 April 1888

. yi 4 "ii 'ra aBI 'fciUD. imiiiii ! i'-uiiiiiiiiiii - A" -: H I A Triumphant Flying-Maohlno ,ln- ',.,,.,,,, " L ' - mm '"'' TB I ' ventod by THE WORLD. Wt&. Perpetual Motion Solved At laatl "1'M I Q--B2"NHnaJLATioNfliNCK IZS' ' Ito -EaSST ' W" T"' " "A OOMEAWPMENMATOO ... p. All Balloonlsts, from Montgo Iflor DownT 3!l 1 JII'Wll' IWLI A mqve on forever i g . fl BrTTTTTTTtTr '" "" 0 i . iri jiaii ili -v v v v Nr I 5,966 Wants,"-175 Cols. Ads., Last Sunday iB rrz , iii HimniiiiiiiiiiiiH mi "Tnafl K PRICE ONE CENT. . NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL !G, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. ! EXTRA LAST EDITION. .- --.---i . THE STANDARD'S WAY, It Builds Naphtha Tanks Near Crowded Tenements. Tho Fire Commissioners Order an Investigation. The Slniidnrd Gnsllght Company Builds Two Biff Nnphthn Tanks at llio Foot of East Ono Hundred nnd Fifteenth Htreet, nnd Tnkes the Lily's Permission for irnnled The Fire Commissioners T.ook with Disfavor on the Proceeding;, Tho aggressive methods of the Standard Oil mono...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 26 April 1888

MH1bHPIBI1EBBM u'4MffffWwBgfflpBpwej WWit WR"TOrf,'Tt,w mtjpSSffftVIVw7!" irmyn i v t' 7 r - t" f Tjfrv - T ,'Tr "T T" "fry." ." i'TW"?1 -v t' v "fKw Hv 1 B' ' t THE WOULD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1888. I K THE WORLD. jMp rvHJ ' rvM rJ( c. H&- - THURSDAY EVENINC, APRIL 26. H&f gmBscjiirnox to the etehikq H&jl EDITION (Including Pottage), Hpjf JURR MONTH, 30c, PER YEAIl,$3.B0 H Vbt, 3B NO- 9,7g H Kntewd t Um rott-OBo. at Nw York u Meond-elass K&l mall nistt.r. HI Circulation Books and Press Room KI; - OPEN TO ALL. B3ks Tbk OticuLATiox'or mi Wm EVEN IN G E D I T I 0 N m& THE WORLD Kqtf for $ha waek antting atnrdy. April Sit BftPV as follow! H Monday 96,200 Hf$ Tuesday 1 00,680 Hjr? Wednesday 106,580 HI' Thursday 1 06,800 H Fjuday 103,300 K Satubday 100,920 EfT Average for the entire lAA QfYf K$ Month of March IUOti6VX B THE EVENING WORLD has a Hf Merger circulation than any Evening K- paper printed in English and is not BI afraid to publish its figures or open ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 26 April 1888

. TTIE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1888. 8 fl I CROWDS IN THE BALLROOMS. I ' ' 1 PLAT ARD DANCE FOE TOE BENEFIT OF ALL SAINTS' CHURCH. fh Islington Avenne Opera.tlonae Fitted With Harlem People Pnplls of a Danc ing School Try Their Rklll-Member of the Sixty-ninth Regiment llnve a Recep- . i tlon Firemen's Bono Entertain. " An entertoinment, followed by a dance, 2 was given last crvenlng at tho Lexington Ave 4 nue Opera-Houao for tho benefit of All Saints' Church of Harlem. Tho burlesque, " Po. ' Ca-Hon-Tas," was produced, with tbo follow ing cast : IL J. Pow-ria-Tanl H. M. Jackson C pt. John8mita Flovd Grant . Jlvniteer llolS IInh F. McGlonls " col-O-Uotr Wm. K. Townseod o-ro-Del-Doo John J. Pollock 4 Wart-on-Nose. l'lviuert Iloyt dk It It. II. Princess ro-Ca-Uon-Tas, Miss oerirnile O'Brien roo-Tee-Fet Miss MariruenteO'Lone " PMUuo-DI Mlas liclen D. O'Hara x Lnrop-A-agr Miss Mamie Crowley Bileu Terry Miss Ann eK. O'Hara grow-As-can-Be Mrs. Kobert McUlnnls, Jt. x Mr. Dan Paoka...

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. — 26 April 1888

Wk.' a THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1888. , I DUNHAM HANGED. m0& ftf' 'The Murder of a Mothor-In-Law Ex- mMgl plated on tho QallowB. ww 5 , Nervous at First, but Mooting' IJL HIb Fato with Firmness. Br' "ThU Za Hard, nard. IUrd." War. Ilia Hftk. lt Word 10 III Cnnicl nlnglov Epft Hymns and PraylnaJLirneMlr Tilt ilia ,KC', Hour or ExectUloifflU Drop Fall nt Pt 10,88 nnd Denlh rJe.ii.ei. Palnle The 11; First Bseentlon In Gloucester Cennty, & ' N. J. In Half a. Century. wk BSr- fsrXCUL TO TTI WORLD. 1 SK Woodbuby, N. J.. April aj.-Ocorco Dun- K ham tu banged boro to-day for tho mnrdor jW-S'"- ' f - mother-in-law, Barbara Kandlo. HH The condemned man retired last niffht Tory BtfJ& Ute, but did not sleep much, seeming to bo MgftL utterly unnerved and touting about during pi' hlf fitful spells of sleeping. Kf He aroso at about 5 o'olock this morning. Ef? ' Ho oomplained of a bad beadacbo. Ho bad Rft but little to say, and spoko only when que. KS tioned. Kit Sheriff B...

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