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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 26 April 1888

I lHaKtBl I ; r '9H A Triumphant Flylng-Mnchlno In- vVVlV Perpetual Motion Solved At Last I ., .& vontod by THE WOULD. S WgzZZ- " too" men may come : and vmuki'T . , '..fHI ftrr srliirifc timt 41m imf Kffiii1l4l' vrlf MM All Balloonists, from Montgoinor Down: fe F " kffiH WHMKMWW 1 "i ISB W M l 6 c oee ,,-! VVISf IJ-1 .' " 'To j '9HI outdone by Thia AititudLi Foat. lMmMmwm.IMlll TbiMimwh 1 5,966 Wants," 176 Cols. Ads,, Last Sunitay ,911 r ..... I i . ij Iiiiiiiiu iiniiniimiiiuiHHiiiiiiiiiniwiil a V I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. ,BI 3 O'CLOCK DUNHAM. HANGED. The Murder of a Mother-in-Law Ex piated on the Gallows. Nervous at First, but Mooting His Fate with Firmness. Tkli I Hard, Hard. Hard." Were Ilia Last Word to Ilia Counsel Hn(lna: Hymn and Prnylna Earnestly Till the Hour or Kxccmlon The Drop Frll at 10.88 and Death Heemed Pnlnles The First Execution In (llauceatcr County, N. J.. In Haifa Century. fSrECIAL TO TUT W0BLD.1 Woodbojiy, N. 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. — 26 April 1888

Br IB '., . .. THE ORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1888. ! ' - R THE WORLD. 111. fHURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 26. ifSfc tVBSCMPTlOK XO TIM XYXHXim K ' XVITIOS' (Including Pottage), . PElt MONT11, 30c. t rER YEAIl,$3.B0. liv VOL. 28 NO. 9.746 Hjj; ' Kstatsd at lb Pett-Offlc. at Naw York u seoond-claas wM mall matLr. g Circulation Books and Press Room1 i '"- pen T all yjS, " Tb OimcuuTioK or IBM I EVENING EDITION M- THE WORLD Vj tar tke vak aadlnc Botarctay. April SI. waa ftf&. aa follows I ?il'' Monday 96,200 Tuesday 100,680 j Wednesday 106,580 P' Thursday 106,800 Friday 103,300 i Batdiiday 100,920 If "106.201 l , -- - - - - If THE EVENING WORLD has a m larger circulation than any Evening f. paper printed In English and is not II afraid to publish Its figures or open W Itsbeoksto the public. H PAET OF A LOAF. j5e Senator Bully, who led the cood fight Kw against the repeal of the Half-Holiday Law, pKi expresses satisfaction that at the wont half a KP day's recreation li secured to th...

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. — 26 April 1888

BBBBBaWfW5afevliK ' - . -mT,'jWvjm,:iry-r7,rTPTV'' 'wwrmTm t-v- www , , . w- 'r -"wrgwev. .iwr r ysy '-rWwiflr, Wlr' $ uH 1 THE, WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1888. ' , IHfl 1 CROWDS IN THE BALLROOMS. I . I i i-LAY AND DANCE FOK THE BENEFIT OF I ALL SAINTS' ClIUUCIL (lie Lexington Avenue Opern-IIouee Filled B Willi Unrlrui People l'uplla of n. lltuic- nK rcbool Try Their Hklll Member of the Slxl-ulntli Regiment Hnve n. Itecep 'I Han I'lrrinen'a Bono Ilntertaln. I An entertainment, followed by a dnnco, I was Riven last evening nt tllo Lexington A,vo- sue Opera-House f or tho benefit of All Saints' I Church of Hixrlcra. Tho burlesquo, " Po I Cft-Hon-TftS," was produced, with tho follow ing cast t n J. Pow-lla-Tau I a. M. Jackson cpt Johnsinilh .......Flora Grant Miunecr ltolff Hugh F. McOlDiua coi-o-Ooir Wm. F. Townsend o-i'o-Uel-Doo JohnJ. 1'olloclc Wart-on-Nose riymert Hoyt 1L It. II. l'rlncesa I'o-Ca-llon-Tas, ,u t MUs tlertrude O'Brien Tvm-Tee-1'et MUa Marguerite O'Louo liMI ...

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

""""""""""""""""Pi"""""""""""""""" """""""HBrfl""!"""""""""!'''"'! Hp . , THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1888. . Ml A LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE. 1H$9) Wm rATESEON minibterb AT LAST FIND A MR' WAT TO ORGANIZE tUsS' U'llh at Leant BurrnlyFlro Members the K?ij I.faBoe Will Prepare to Enforce the Hy In Aeiilnst Hundny Liquor Trnfllo jBiW Laymen 10 Aid the rlor Thle Time ra They Think They Will Not Full. HE; flFIXtAt. TO THZ WORLD. 1 Wff rATXnsojf, April 25. After nearly a jesr of tacat- iB"p taUon and effort tbo Law and Order project blda jHju fair to be snccrssfal. Foorteen clergymen, at tbo fljgt resnlar monthly ministers' conference, tbla aftcr- IHiw. noon, took atepa wbich they think can acarcely K, fall to anppreia the Bandar liquor trafflo and KfV kindred violations of law. The meeting was beld Ks In the Second l'reabjtcrlan Church. Tbe follow- "Hm ins f lersx men wero preaent : H'Bf' Hay. Frank K. Millar. First Preabrtarlani Her. Dr. IKfnL OharlM 1). Bnaw, Stemid Presbyterian ...

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

I A Triumphant Flylng-Machlno In- . v.., . ... .. . . L n t ummmmammmmm -'M vonted by THE WORLD. "m' Perpotual Motion Solvod At Last T 7M r ---60A1IIN0 IN CIKCULATION since" IZir fol " THO'MEN MaTcCME AND MEN MAY GO I Iffl T10NAI10VKALLOTHKllNKW8PAPKlfr- uJJJ. II ft WlBPuffi ( (t S (1 W I I II 11 Iff 11 Jf J AD V I 0 All Balloonlats, from Montgolfler Down, aWWT IrSKWHwIllu SHi MJHlM W- W J $ l&iSL I fc 'moveoh foukveki" $1 HiimiTiinii ' J $a PRICE ONE CENT. , NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 2(5, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. Jj RAGING 1 . THE ALL SCARLET. First Eace at Ivy Oity Won by MorriB'B Britannio. Brilliant Opening- of the Season at Washington. Others Won by Boaz, The Bourbon, Guardsman and Bob Miles. MtmT. B. McGutie, George M.Oyster, Jr., N. Hoi. liusahtad. rlxti-M. F. Dwjrer . F. M. Draney. tarftr J amee ttberldan. tBTECIAL TO TIIE WORLD. Ivy Crrr Hack Track, Washington, D. 0., April 86. The National Jockey Club could not have bad a more delightful day for ltd opening. The snn shlno...

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. — 26 April 1888

K f THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 2G, 1888. , m THE WORLD. W" THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 26. PL BVBBCItirTlOK JO THE ErRXIXO gfa EDITION (Including Toitage), m rii'fioNTn','iob.; Per xiEAh,$$'.8fc jffi VOL 28 NO. 9,746 SJL KoUrtd at the rxt-Offlc at Nw Vork as i.oond.claii 5B wall mitter. f Circulation Books and Press Room1 H OPEN TO ALL. jjJK .-.... --7ni-CmoDLA7iOK or - W EVENING EDITION W THE WORLD 3f for the wMk tndlni Hnturriay. April 21, u ,W, u followll JS MONDAY 96,200 jf Tuesday ...... 100,680- WL WEDNESDAY j 06,580 ' mf Thuiisday 1 06,800 m Fbiday 103,300 W Saijbpay,., ,, , 100,920. m - E; THE EVENING WORLD has a l$K larger.clrculatlon than any Evening m . papor printed in English and is not jff afraid to publish its figures or opon m, Its books to the public. Jt paet or a voir. IS Senator Reiixy, who led tlie good fight V UtaiiSHEerouenl-of thi-Half-HdlidayGowr ft expresses satisfaction thnt at the woret1ialf a Wfc, ' day's rocrention is secured to the working poople du...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 26 April 1888

TOE WOULD: TnURSD AY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1888. .. . 3, S THE STANDARD'S WAY. It Builds Naphtha Tanks Noar Crowded Tenements. Tho Fire Commissioners Order an Investigation. fn Standard Oaellsbt Company Ootids Two Die Naphtha TaoUa at the Foot of East One Hundred and Fifteenth Rtreet, nil Takes the City's Permission for Granted The Fire Coinmlsalnnera Look with DUfaror on the Proceeding. The aggressive method! of the Standard Oil monopoly, which havo lone been fnmllalr to the unhappy people of iho Pennsylvania, Western Now York and Ohio oil fields, have at length been allowed to show themselves in this city. Some time ago the people of East One Hundred and Fifteenth street looked askance at the building of two big oil tanks at tho foot of tho Etreot by the Standard Gaslight Company, which is a branch of tho Standard Oil Company. The tanks wore of a capacity of 15,000 gallons each. It was thought strange that thosafotyof that vicinity should thus bo endangered, and there were plenty of ...

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

pwre w i - ' THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1888. 1 " DUNHAM HANGED. I Tho Murder of a Mother-in-Law Ex piated on tho Gallows. Norvous at First, but Mooting His Fato with Firmness. MThta I. nurd, lsnrd. Hnrd," Were III l.nst Wordi to III Counsel 8lnio Hymn mod Frnylne; Karneetly Till the Hour of Execution The Prop Fell nt 10.2B nod Death Beemed rnlnloe The First Execntlon In flloneeater County. N. J., In Half a Century. ttriciAt. io tttx wontn.1 Woodbdht. N. J.. April 20.-Gcorco Dun bam was banged hero to-dny for tlio murdor erf hta motber.ln.Uxw. SarbnrA Kandlo. The condemned man retired laat nlcbt Tory late, bnt did not sleep mucb. scorning to be utterly unnerved and tossing about during his fitful spelts of sleeping. He arose at about 5 o'clock this morning. He complained of a bad headache. He bad but little to say, and spoke only when ques. tloned. Sheriff Kldgrvay had an appetizing break fast prepared for him, but Dunham was not hungry and said ho 'would not ent anythin...

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

.bbbbbhbbI )i LHuh! .juujii m "" """'T-n-T-j ' V!siB -OA,,m u. oiKCPUTlfa 8ISCK Ifc!. HJMNgAy COME AND MENMAYQO H t"oTaicivk (fcljli. & lill P?f lW vIm W fil'WilPl ' !F1 I nfll (A (( W" I II II 11 II II r " P V I fr. ifk All Balloonlats, from Montgolfler Down7 S& Sfcl J y BHMf MK3 EMWlP III i M I M JiStfUw &$ & l&ljL JP A ' M0VE-P& E.nAVEil (B outdono by This Aititudinai Foa't. v- ViWMyliMM?miMiM(ll &.imfliMV yr y ys t 5,966 u Wants," 175 Cols. Ads.. Last Sunday! S PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 2fl, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. iH I O'CLOCK EXTRA THE STANDARD'S WAY. It Builds Naphtha Tanks Near Crowded Tenements. Tho Fire Commissioners Order an Investigation. The Mnndiird Onsllglit Cainpnnjr Ilulld Tnn Ills Nnpllthn Tnnkii nt llie Foot or I'nul Ono Hundred nud riricciltli Street, nnd Tnkcfi the City's Permission Tor Cirnnled The Fire Commissioner Look with Disfavor on tho Proceeding;. The nggrcssivo methods of the Standard 0)1 monopoly, which havo lo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 26 April 1888

gsgsgsgssg'aWspl)rf)B ttrW00v?USRlnfls& P 2 THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 2G, 1888. , m THE WORLD. Emk ruHUM It IU rttn rullUMm Co. fffi' THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 26. IUk BVBScitirriox 10 the jtmyxira JW JIDITloy (Including Pottage), fi ma month, 30c. run team, $3.00. Mr VOL, 28 NO. 9,746 5H" aR : . 5? Kttttiwl a.ths Poet-Offle 4t Nw Tork u .wond-cUw jtSk milt tnatUr. ' m . M, Circulation Books and Press Room W OPEN TO ALL. J8g TKB CiaCCUTIOK or Tl J EVENING EDITION H THE WORLD EM for th vmIc din Rsuurdny, April 21. vn T&jBb M follOWl! M Monday 96200 W Tuesday IOO,6lH) 'm Wednesday 106,580 W Thursday 1 06,800 3 Friday 103,300 X' Saturday 100,920 Wm' Average for the entire "1 afnttl Qffcl H Month of March.. . . .. llJiVi. H THE EVENING WORLD has a n, largor circulation than any Evening wfc; paper printed In English and Is not W afraid to publish its figures or open fm, its books to the public. m PABT OF A LOAF. Wk Senator RxiLivr, who led the cood fight against the repeal...

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. — 26 April 1888

TnE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 2G, 1888. 8 ufl CROWDS IN TIIE BALLROOMS. 1 HAT A1SD DANCE FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL BAINTB' CHURCH. The lxlnton Arena Opera-Home Filled With Harlem People rnpll of a Danc ing; School Try Their Skill-Member of the Sixty-ninth Reajlment Ilnve a Ileecp lion Firemen' Son Entertain. An entertainment, followed by a d&nco, I u Riven last ovening at tbo Loxington Avo- i nue Opera-Houso for tho boneflt of All 8aints' Church of Harlem. Tho burlesque, " Po- Ca-Hon-Tas," was producod, with tbo follow- ing cast : II. J. Pow-ns-Tanl II. M. Jackson C pi. John smith Fiord Grant 1 Vinticer Uolff Huh F. McfJInnls 1 col-O-Oog Wm. F. Townsend o-Po-Del-Doo John J. Pollock l vart-on-Nose l'ljmert Hojt l II. It. H. 1'rinceas Po-Ca-Uon-Tss, Mlsa Uertrude O'Brien roo-Tee-Fet Mlsa MariiueriteO'l.one DI-Mun-DI Mlaa helcQ I). O'llara i Lump-A-Butjar Mlaa Mamie Crowley Bilenlerrv Miss Ann e E. O'Hara i jxros-As-Cao-Ue Mr a. Kobert McUlnnls, jr. Mr. Pan Pnclcard was stnco man...

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

W a THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1888. 1 DUNHAM HANGED. Kir fif Tho Murdor of a Mother-in-Law Ei- Ip. piatod on tho Qallows. fff Nervous at First, but Hooting M His Fato with Firmness. SSL fltti. la Hard. Tint, nard," Were nl f Iat Ward to III Conne.l alola S$i Hymn and Praying Earnestly Till tho 3f Hour of Execution Tho Drop Vail at fwj 10.88 and Death Seemed Palnleee The Wfc First Execution In Oloncener County. M N. J. In Hair a Century (r tincUL to tbi woat.n.1 iF" Woodbubt, N. J., April M. Georce Bun. 2K bam was bnnged here to-day for the murder Jp of bia mother-in-law. Barbara Handle. Ik e condemned man retired last night very ix, Hto, but did not sleep much, seeming to be .mj utterly unnervod and tossing about during jw bis fitful spells of sleeping. i?"' He arose at about 5 o'clock this morning. IjLi, He complained of a bod headache. He had JjS but little to say, ond spoko only when ques- !L Uoned. jS Sheriff Bidgway had an appetizing break- w fast prepared for him,...

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. — 27 April 1888

MEdT wV'iii i" " -j "w'.y "iBaVrTrftltBw JWBsWrV'aWiwsffi" IHr ' r'rTJwij- lrf-3?," ' rW! ' rT'tywii "FT;?' tvt ' Ij'TjW w .'""'"(rjT'VftTiiynjT ' '" 'vrft'Tf ,'''' "''',M'"!U' l T1'WT ' W--a, ,v VMI- - -" r tv !T?pW v "to a"- wv-'Tyi 7 ' f ' -rr- m "y,i w H PbbssssI lf. sfsSWaSBSBl . !M . ' jlH t 0 -. - -lW- I PEARLS OF THOUGHT ' J tilW Srrcig BFfeC- ARE CONTAINED IN THE . 'M k IfiliA rrmaif fdftflWifl SUNDAY WORLD, - jl I vS G (O J ill IP iSTOra (W (On I Jljl JlL I 111 hero WUl Alao Be Found Literary " ' :H feW JIM WSPP DiamondsFrom Brilliant Mini j , i""'ni i ii i ' ' ' , , - ., .... T . -.., .--4 rwJH PRICE ONE CENT. NEy YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. RACING EXTRA WASHINGTON RACES, Splendid Weather for the Seoond Day of the Meeting. Sir Dixon Wins the Analostan Stakes, Belle d'Or Second. Othors Won by Swift, The Bourbon, Tolio Doe and Letrotia, Men P. n. UcOnlre, J. O. MoKlbbes, J. It. Rill sad Senator Reek. tfni'V. M. Praner. B, O. Bowers. Slartir J, bberidan. IS...

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. — 27 April 1888

Bi'alBHsi.ai'aHsiPalBi'alBi'aBMlWKwRSffiK I tf THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1888. $ If THEWpJI),4 KM FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27. Kfre' MVJBMOJtii'xiotf an tux jtrxitztro Pjlk. XDXTXON (Inttudlng $tag), &. .WW UOHTB, SOc.f PXH TSJUt,$3.B0, BC VOL 38 'NO. 9.747 Kffi Knttnd at th Pott-Offle. at K.w York m aeeond-olaaa K& mall matter. Ek& I? (Circulation Books and Press Room ft OPEN TO ALL. tfB'i Tni Cibcclatiom or int M$ EVENING EDITION H THE WORLD Bfoffi' th. k endlna Katurdar. April SI. m jfp.'X a. 'ollowai K&' Monday 96,200 p Tuesday 100,680! Bff: Wednesday 106,580 B Thursday 106,8001 m Fiiiday 103,300 B$ Saturday 100,920 BbWk -. .. $&', Average, for the entlro " ift OA1 WEsfc; Month of March M.9Mi&J. IE THE- EVENING WORLD has a H larger circulation than any Evening mm papor printed in English and is not if afraid to publish its figuros or opon K Its books to the public. mm where to BEora. Httftt Te 8Uto Senate Ib very ready to investigate K3f Anything ...

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. — 27 April 1888

M . THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1888. I ?iB STANDARD NERVE. It Gives New Yorkera Something of a Shook. Assuming Itself to be Irre sistible. The Tti nig Nnplillia TniiUn Unlit Within Twntv I'cct of n I'lve-Store Tenement llmi.c A Miin Krrnlrm oir Intruder. Willi n Ilmvy Club Dlsrrcnritlnp; tho ,iv UeuulatlliK C'omtiiiatlblis. Tlic brazen assurance of the Standard Oil monopoly in taking it for granted that tho Fire Commissioners would cive permission lo the Standard Guslicht Company to fill the two larRO tanks at the foot of East One Hun dred nud Fifteenth street with naphtha has giuu New Yorkers something of a shook.' Bnch cold nervo is by no menus usual in this lip city, where rich nnd poor nlike are bup. (Hiked to ho governed by tho law. The Standard monopoly will find that Now Yorkers ore not to bo trodden under foot liko the lone-suffering people ot tho oil regions. An Kvenino Would reporter visited tho works at tho foot of East Ono Hundred and Filtcouth strcot, whcio th...

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. — 27 April 1888

BGslsssssleBeBHefleWR3raflw VWbBHRWW w 'fW i "THSt r J wh-w )wp( i '"w7hnpyHR?V'!MKiM HHy 9 HBHr '' t THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1888. f RIDLEYS' flB Grand Street, New York. ffli GREATEST DISPLAY AND LOWEST PRICES. Hi outfits ,HHB FOR i LADIES AND MISSES, MEN AND BOYS. JhK;' HBK'1 Th above in eaoh instance are very Cheap and ; mBBI Excellent Offerings not in Limited Quantities, but in WKHmt large Assortment. 1H WRAPS AND JACKETS BOYS' CLOTHING. WBk: FOR LADIES AND HISSES. D0T8' ALt W00L u BU,TS,1 A JflH?'. W" AJOIIUU av.il wiuuuu. OUT NORFOLK BLOUSE. AOES 4 to 14 An QC HLLHLW IADIES TAILOR-MADE KERSEY JAOKRTS, YEAR8. CLOTHING HOUSE PRICES (T)Uiti VLatBBr PLACE AND COLORS. INOLUD1NO OOBELIN T B AND TERRA-OOTTA. AT M.M AMD i.W FULLY "M ' ' HK 3BKDBB TALUK. l aLHLH& LADIES' JACKETS. MADE OF FINE IM- 1,200 BOYS' PLAITED AND NORFOLK1 ;HK' S?TKD 0BM0BKW 0UTU AT ,8-W' WKIl,t BLOUBKBUITS. ALL WOOL. AOKS.t. JM 'HBj U TEARS JT i BBraBaaaaHeKk LADIE8' CLOTH JACKETS, IN BTRirKS AN...

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. — 27 April 1888

oifv ?t -SWl . I PEARLS OF THOUGHT I 1 & -fV&Za&GQ : ""PPS? IrPSiiFSr ' are contained in the PRICE ONE CENT. . NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 11 3 O'CLOCK WERE IS KUSSELL DART TUB MANAGER OP THE FIRM OF CLARK, KADCLIFFE & CO. ABSENT. Expert nt Work on the Firm's nook A Deputy Hhorlirin Charge or the Offloea A Meeting of the Creditor! to lie Called Too Great Liberality Given na a Cause of Failure. Passers-by cast many curious glances at the yellow brick building ocoupied by Clark, ltndcliflo & Co. on West Broadway (his morning. A doputy sheriff guarded tho door zoal. 'ously, refusing admittance to any ono and professing Ignoronco of anything connectod with tho bankrupt Arm. Mr. W. A. Shepard, one of tho judgment creditors, was seen at his. office, No. C8 Kendo street, and in anawtir to an Evxnino World reporter' inquiries stated that the failure was a thunderbolt of surpriso to him, as he had always supposod that tho firm wore reli. hie. Mr. Abr...

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. — 27 April 1888

Sfe , THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1888. , I THE WORLD. aR, ruhiMtd by ( v ruMi.Mnj cv. Wjf FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27. $. BVBBCJtIVTIoy no the r.vnjnsa MBt , JSUiriOK (Including Vottao), mk- .ran month, 30c; rER vear,$3.S0. Wi ' VOL. 28 NO. 9.747 tst?. - jms Kntrred at the Poet-Onlce t New York ssoond-claaa JJR,, - mall matter. B Circulation looks" and Press' Room W ' 'open to all. 4jK? Tna CincDHTioN or toe W EVENING EDITION W ' THE WORLD r for tbe week ending Nntnrdnr, April 21 wM ff& Al follOWIt Monday . :.T ." ." 96,266 m. Tuesday 100,6801 ' Wednesday 106,580! m Thursday 1 06,800 '.; FniDAY 103,300 !m Saturday 100,920 m m& Average for tho entire "l f'A Ortl Im Bionthofainrcii ' .,Jz!r .- ; - ' , THE EVENING WORLD has a largor circulation than any Evening m papor printed in English and Is not W afraid to publish its figures or open H its books to the public. l'i. WHERE TO BEQIN. 9P- The State Senate is very ready to investigate Sfo anything and anybody except itsel...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 April 1888

T1IE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING APmi 37,1 888, 9bI H" RAILROAD MEN DANCE. A SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT GIVEN BY HAIN LODGE. Prftir Dresses In I.nrge Number Been at the Lexington Avenue npern-Iloiise Tlir (hrjntnl noddy's Iteceptlnn fjoiiipnny I) Ilnnce In Honor of In Cnptnln Tlio t'omuopolllnn Jjcnp-Yenr Pnrtjr. Tlio Lexington Avenue Opera. Houbo was jrowded last ovening with omiiloyocs of tho tleatod railroads and tboir friends at tho ro toption given by Hain Council, No. 119, Or jlcr of United Friends. Ninety por cont. of tho inoinbcrs of the Council ore- connected with tho "L" roads, and tho Council is named after tho general manager. 'fun first part of tho ovening was devoted to au entertainment consisting of music and recitations. Among tho guests wore : Col. Frank K. Haln. Vice-President It. M. nsiiavrsy. Treasurer I). McWilllaius, Master Vccbanio T. V. l'lcplcs, Cieneral Ticket Agiut Chas. 1. JlcFaddln, Hnperlnttntlcnt of Transpor tatlnn J. 1. Csiuputll, Chief Engineer Hoot. I. Blos...

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. — 27 April 1888

r " IMF B ! THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 37, 1888. 1 1 I RIDLEYS' I Grand Street, New York. I GREATEST DISPLAY AND LOWEST PRICES. I OUTFITS FOR I LADIES AND MISSES, MEN AND BOYS. B The above in each instance are very Cheap and W Excellent Offerings not in Limited Quantities, but in I Large Assortment. I WRAPS AND JACKETS BOYS' CLOTHING. W&L cad urnDo i tin ulcere boyb all wool flannel suits, i Wm FOR LADIES AND MISSES. 0UT M0IlFOLK BwmK A0E8 4 to u R. LADIES' TAILOR-MADE KERSEY JACKETS, yKARS. OLOTUINO 1IOUSK rUICKH thuiull MM BLACK AND COLORS. INCLUDING GOBELIN T WM AND TKRRA-COTTA, AT I3.9J ANDS.W FULLY 'w mW t n under value. Eifc LADIES' JACKETS, MADE OF FINE IM- 1,200 DOTS' PLAITED AND NORFOLKl Mfe , PORTED COHK80RBW CLOTH AT ., WERE BL0U8K ,,, AJ L W0QU AfJEf I M Qg BjL ' II YEARS Jt fS, LADIES' CLOTH JACKETS, IN STRIPES AND PJC CHECKS. AT'il.OS; REDUCED FROM M.7o. mjjh LADIES' RAOLANS AND NEWMARKETS AT 3,000 DOTS' SUITS IN 10 DIFFERENT! HI .. REDUCED FROMJIO. PATTERNS....

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