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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 April 1888

H ,v ' ;M 1 I o v l1v " 'P I PEARLS OF THOUGHT I; 9 I ' &0 CaVJs tSM1 ' S ZZZSlTS?! WOgC" ARE CONTAINED IN THE 'S TJvj ' ' Jl-A rMm- v ftfil SUNDAY WORLD, 9 , 4rf2y i 'JSJHlP Bm Pll:lIlJi "3. Found Litoy' I RICE oNE CENT. NKW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 9 MlffDMn Hi Mr" wm Awf myt wtPUm HI ; ITW 1 i LAST EPBTBOK3, DODO AND ALICE MISSING. LittlER MARPH SKAKC'JIINQ FOE ANN O'DELIA'S CHILDREN. e Placed Them In tho Citro of n Lady on TTrniyKI(tilh Mtreet, nml the Fat fllo ilium Spirited Them Off to Harlem Thl In Why Mr. Marsh Wu Not at tho UearliiB Yesterday. . Luther 15. Marsh nml his fat ex-modini nro at dangers drawn. 'Hint is why ho did not attend tho trial ycB'.ciday, and why ho ro fused t( visit litr in her Tombs cell. 'lho immodiato causo of the quarrel is Aim O'Pelia's treacherous conduct in regard to her two children, latoly inmates of Mr. March's house. Tlio old lawyer took a great liking to littlo Alice and Dodo, and expressed a warm inter est m their wo...

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

B(MHr(jM(liPBK'fJ!S5K "tWHPWi t "T "fPWW" " " WY 'T'r'Vm,Trmtfr r T "'"r""' " ""ws, -!'' jus wJ'Jf '.' " ..j.ii'iiii WMrwjmfmimgflmmtlPHjm'Rmrmfqfityi -" "rajPBBjl HI) I ry- , ?, R' "Rftr T? IffTTA ttVrTtrwv vmrfmr .n Tar.vr nrwn I f . THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1888. I V m THE WORLD. KjK ftitl r las 1YH rUt,MJ Co. EW r FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL .27. iff arJuojizpnoA- 10 tub smyxiro lS3j? EDITION (Including Pottage), fm, rSR af0'ynr' a0ft P,!WJ YEAR,$3.B0. Wt VOL 28 NO. 9.747 rAK Untend at th. rost-Offlc. at Haw York u s.eond.clasa Rfc tnall matter. Wm . . w Circulation Books and Press Room ; OPEN TO ALL. mr MB , TnX CmCBLATlOS or Till m EVENING EDITION m THE WORLD jut1 for th. wk .ndlDc Hnturday, April 1. u jK . follows! Monday 96,200 if Tuesday 100,680 M Wednesday 106,580 M Thursday 106,800 "W Friday I03,300 m Saturday 100,920 IMP Average for tho entire - flft. QfYfl ft THE EVENING WORLD has a m largor circulation than any Evening M paper printed in English and Is not jr afr...

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

TTIE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1888.' 43 , H U" RAILROAD .MEN DANCE. IA SUCCESSl'lTi KXTKUTALNMENT GIVEN liY KAIN J.ODGK. rrclty Orrises In l.nron Numbers Keen nt lite l.exlnntnii Arniir OpernIIono Tlic (lirsstnl Society'. Itccrpllnn t'liinpitnr j) Dmirr III Honor of Il Cnptnlu The namonnllinii I.cp-Year a'nrtj. The Lexington Avonno Opera-Uouso was crowded nl o filing with employers of tho elevated railroads and tlieir friends nt tho ro foi'tioii given b Ham Couuoll, No. 11U, Or ilercf Culled Friends. Ninety per cent, of (he uietuLers of the Council nro connected with the "Ij" roads, imil tho Couucll is named after tho General manager. ' 'flirt tirst part uf tho evening was devoted to an eutertidnmoiit consisting of music uuil rccitaliDUS. Auioug tho quests were : Co. Fr.itifc K. Haiti. Vlie-Prcsident It. M. fiiiu'wav. Trcaup-r I. .MeWillifiins, Muster lii Lime T. V. IM-ples, Oli'ueral Ticket Agmt hj. I'. Md'addii:, superintendent of 'Iranhpor tin .'i 0. I). Ciiiiputll, Chief...

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

IF ' X THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1888. . , I RIDLEYS' Grand Street, New York. f GREATEST DISPLAY AND LOWEST PRICES. 1 OUTFITS m LADIES AND MISSES, MEN AND BOYS. m- Te above in each instance are very Cheap and ml Excellent Offerings not in Limited Quantities, but in W Large Assortment. 1 WRAPS AND JACKETS X FOR LADIES AHD HISSES. ifX LADIES' TAILOR. MADE KERSEY JACKETS, fjlk BLACK AND COLORS, INCLUDING OOBEL1N JflEf, AND TBRRA.COTTA. AT I3.8J AND H,W FULLY KK 92 UNDER VALUE. W&f LADIK.S' JACKETS, MADE OF FINE II- rm PonitD corkscrew cloth at b.w; were jf. io. m laiukh' cloth jackets, in hiripksand Jg OIIhCKl. AT ei.'JJ; REDUCED FROM 4 J. 75. Jk ladiks' kaqlans and nkwmarkets at ,w 80.50! reduced from cio. ,3fc imported wraps, tkim1ikd, jet and res 11eaded shoulders, at ctk) reduced elm VROU ill). fijR VINE IMPOHTED WRAI'HTRIMMKI), LACK AND jilf JKT, AT (13.761 REDUCED HIOM 'J'J. l. ' LADIKS' SILK WIIAI'H IN LAUUK SIZES AT ilft. l.Wi REDUCED FROM 18. IE LADIES' BLACK 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

V --JMMIMMWIMMMII --- --1-, B 9 ' .eat i .s fmmm4mamiammmmmMmmiimmmmmm4mmml ( jH PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. , i I g O'CLOCK ug y : EXTRA i I STANDARD NERVE. ItGivea Now Yorkers Something of a Shook. Assuming Itself to be Irre sistible. The Two IHr Naphtha Tnnll Dnllt Within 14 Twenty Feet T a Five-story Tenement j Home A Man Keeping- off Intruder U, With a Heavy Clab IJI.remrdlnu tbe -1 l,nw Reculntlna; Combustibles. The brazen assuranco of tbe Standard Oil monopoly in taking it for granted tbat tbo Tire Commissioners would givo permission J to the Standard Gaslight Company to fill the 'f two largo tanks at the foot of East Ono Hun- drcd and Fifteenth street with naphtha bos 'i jiven New Yorkers something of a shook. J Such cold ncrro is by no means usual in this r. big oity, where rich and poor aliko aro sup. Q posed to be governed by tho law. 9 The Standard monopoly will find that New Yorkers are not to bo trodden under foot liko it the long-...

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

K ' THE WORLD. HrW rUUl ey IA Ft rlUMnt C: refill FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27. K oxmacniTTioK 30 the isrnyixa Kf i EDITION (Including l'ostage), Hg .MTU MONTH, 30c. f PER YEAJl,$3.G0. B$ VOL. 28 NO. 9,747 Hfn lCntendatbroet-Omeeat New York aa eseond.clsas H$ miitl muter. Hi Circulation Books and Press Room Bl OPEN TO ALL. , Hfffl Tni Cinccnnos or the ml EVE NING EDITION! mm " ' mm THE WORLD ! I H&S for the week ending- Hntnnlny, April 21 ' ' HftwV " follows: I K; Monday 96,200 B Tuesday 100,680 mk Wednesday 106.580' mm Thursday 1 06,800 Bjf Friday 103,300 ft Saturday 100,920 mM Avernrro for the. entlro TJ flfi Ol HtfR Month of Murch A'lWerwVF.l.. sseF K THE EVENING WORLD has a Hp. larger circulation than any Evening mfk paper printed In English and is not Kf afraid to publish its figures or opon Kb. Its books to the public. HP WHERE TO BEGIN, Rfc-- The State Sonata is very ready to investigate Hks Anything ond anybody except itself and its WEm- lobby. Hi This is not tbe way to earn...

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

J- I TOStfttiTO: PKTDXTT3VENING, -AWnirraBS. S H" RAILROAD MEN DANCE. . K l SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT GIVEN BT JIAIN LODGE. ""' , ITHT Dre.ei In Targe Nnraber. Been at ' the Ltxlnaton Avenue Opern-Ilonie-TIm thrrstal Hoelety's Iteceptlnn Compnny I) Dances In Honor of In Captain The. t'osmopolltnn I.cnp.Yenr l'nrty. ' Tho LexinRton Avenuo Opera-Honse was crowded last evening with employees of tho eloTtitoil railroads and thoir friends at tho ro- ", ccj)tion civon by Hnin Council, No. Ill), Or- ' dor of United Friends. Ninety per cent, of tho meinbcrs of tho Council nro counocted "" with tho "Ii" roads, and tho Council is " named ofler tho Roucrnl mnnaRor. ' Tho first part of tho ovcnhiK was derated ittts to an entcrtuinmout consisting of liiusio and recitations. AmoiiK tho guests woro : n, Col. Kriitik K. Hula. Vke-l'reslUcnt It. M. " Gallsvrar. Treasurer D. Mcrtilllams, Master hit Jlecnainc T. V. I'.eples, Oeurnl 'lickot ABetlt Cnis. 1. .McFntitlln, auperlntenilcnt of 'Iranspor. wl t...

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

E 4 THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 9T, 188. j $ IRIDLEYS' W Grand Street, New York. I GREATEST DISPLAY AND LOWEST PRICES. I OUTFITS m POR If, LADIES AND MISSES, MEN" AND BOYS. iE' The above In each Instance are very Cheap and W Excellent Offerings not In Limited Quantities, but in m Largo Assortment. I WRAPS AND JACKETS BOYS' CLOTHING. "W; FOR UDIES AHD HISSES. TTL., 0R 2M, LADIES' TAILOR-MADE KERSEY JACKETS. TEARS. OLOTUINO UOUBB PRI0E8 tbuiuU Sfii. BLACK AMD COLORS, INOLUDINO GOBELIN T W&. AND TERftA-OOTTA. AT sJ.W AND $3.0S FULLY 60 ' Hr ea under value. jfft' LADIES JACKETS, MADE Or FINE IM- 1,900 DOTS' PLAITED AND NORFOLK M MRTED CORKSCREW CLOTH AT S.90. WERE DM)U8K 8UITBi ALL yfQOU , M Qg &E' ' It TEARS J iff LADIES' OLOTn JACKETS, IN STRIPES AND g OBItOKS. AT 11.851 REDUCED FROM 83.75. p LADIES' IUOLANS AND NEWMARKETS AT 3.000 DOTS' BUITA IN sO DIFFERENT1 M JW REDUCED FROM ilO. PATTERNS. IN CORKSCREWS. j IMPORTED WRAPS, TRIMMED. JET AND OABSIMEBE8 AND OIIKVIOTS. AGES...

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. — 28 April 1888

jPortroite of tho LoRlalativo Agonta Taken j (&&?. Pk - I? M - Profi Davidaon-B Summing-Up of to (JmJ fl ---sis5ssr'-i will llifi ' UlinVI' W m5r-'l 1 , HHrf H PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 9 5 O'CLOCK EXTRA FLYNN'S STORY. He Says Ivinu Proposed to Buy Squire Out. And Expressed the Opinion that " the Public Were Asses." JUaurlce B. Telling About Hubert O. Thomp. an' Effort to Gel Hqulro In and Then Out Denying All Connection with lb tetter ainyor Ornce'a Attempt to Fix Thing Tbe Note Mined by Got. Dill It Wm to De Paid Oat of Contract Profit It was expected that Maurice B. Flynn would to-dav appear in tho character of a political dynauiter before the Special Senate Committee appointed to investigate the municipal government. The expectation brought ont enough politicians and citizeus to fill tho chamber of Fart XI. of tho Superior Court. At the opening of tho session Chairman Fossett said thorn had boon an executive ses sion of the commi...

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. — 28 April 1888

HHHB4; THE WORLDS SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1888. IK HBwl SATlinbAY EVENING, APRIL 28. ' KitHHiHfe? gvsaaitxrTioN 10 the jsrxyixa HgHHRE ' EDITION (Including Voltage), flBp JJE2 MONTH, 30c; FER YEAn,$3.B0. KsaaiaiHLaRr V0L" 20 NO. 9,748 aK'sflammmmafiLVv rrrrrrrzrzrrrrrrrrrrrr t BaBc!' Knlertd at th Poat-Offlea at New York at seocnd-claas Hlf BaaaBBBBBBBaalBaaBvlftY matter. m mBwmi' .. 1'IHllK- Circulation Books and Press Room r IHiB. r open TO-ALL- K BBiHvhV TDK CinccLATiOit or thk iMIl EVENING EDITION RbHK THE WORLD V IHbV;;' 'or Ik weak ending Natnrdny, April SI, wat I 'WKUm Monday 96,200 "SHBSi' Tuesday 100,680! :'HBf Wednesday 106,580 SHIHI Thuiisday 106,8001 'K' Friday 103,300 '.HB' Saturday 100,920 Hi' Month of Mlirch 1UDU1 : HHf ' ' 1 iHHA; THE EVENING WORLD has a ' ''flilHR larger circulation than any Evening ' ''HHr PaPer Printod ,n English and Is not K '' afraid to publish its figures or open VSHHB? Its books to tho public. V laBBFfaBBBBBBBBBBBFjaBBBV.l ' : aBaaaaaaaaaa...

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. — 28 April 1888

H?'. : TimwojLDtSATitDAYiETEm,lXpBijcta8,a888lij ' ' ' T4"' vtliB: fKEEP IT MOVING. J I "The Evening World's" Petition Should Go All Over tho City. r It Is tho Only Way of Killing tho I Walker RepoaL, i '' ft lople Hare It In Their Power to Con Tine Oor. Itill to Keep Ihs Hntnrdny Half Holiday as It I Every Working, nan In tne City Should Drlna the Matter Heron to the GoTernor Una tho New York Voter a Political Memory Y Tho Wends of tho Saturday naif-Holiday liw should loso no time in securing signa tures to Tins Evkninq World's petition ro questinc Gov. Hill to veto tho bill which re stricts tho ptoplo's half holiday to tho months of June, July,, August and Septem ber. The Governor says that ho will nottako my action ou tho bill for at least a week. Ho hs until May 7 to slcn or veto it, and work ingmen and workingwomen should bo very earnest and active in lotting Gov. Hill know their wishes. The Evening Would has received since Thursday more than 3,000 names of toilers snd friends ...

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. — 28 April 1888

saEeBaaaELIeEfaMalaasaeELMWBIWW jp.i.1, TTTT ' , ' ' TOE WOBiiSATjbRDAYEVENmG,APKiIi98, 1805: " ' ' " " ' flP 1 Wb Will YouMoyeto? Bk v JX Tour FrUn&t Know, wk- gK mWSSm (Sl&tffc. E HAY DAY DIRECTORY. Hi Fill la the subjoined blank la the HI& following manner and tend It to TIIE Kfip EVENING WOULD Immediately to be H$ ' prlflted on Tuesday next, May 1 : Bro City (or Town) New York. H&' flaw. .Jones, 8.-T. - - - M, fVom-ilM W. airt it. E& .Ob-1010 8th at, .WaiSt hE CTy Bv Nam aflp. .FVpffti .. ........... ........... fe- 3b R SCROFULOUS SORES. Hjfc A CHILD'S GREAT 8UFFEJUNOH ENDED Baf tor tub cuticuica uBiBDina. When lis month! U tba left hand ot our Utile grand. W3E 1 cbtld begea t mil ud hd every appearance af a lug Bfn bed. W. poaWoedll. buielltenepurpoee. Abeutuft BpJ3 taoatbs after It became running sore. Boan other sores HEXf forme. II. then had twoof them oa aaeh head, ends BrK " his blood bKiai mor sod mora Impure It took lees tlm HrS far tins to breakout....

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. — 28 April 1888

I; TJtE ALBANY LOBBY IN THE . nX' X 2'irli: INCOMPARABLE. ANL ONLY 1 'B SUNDAY WORLD :tf 1 SUNDM ORUP fl I ! portraits of Ho LogislatiTO Agonta Token g SSfrlCaa a ffirMW-S Ti!!lV AeM bm, I Prof' DmM"i' Bomrabg-Hp of tho Groat 9 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. M fotol TO IS TO BLAME FOR THIS? ANOTHER OABE OF INSTANT DEATH FROM AN ELECTRIC SHOCK. Young Frederick Wltte Touches a I,ov Hnnclntr Lamp In Front of a IJovrery Btoro With Fatal Ittult The HuIhtht Commission Ha Power to Itegulatc tlii Hanslng of Those Lamp In tho Htrceia. Anothor coso of homicide, for which somo body should be held legally responsible, oc curred at 200 Bowery lost ovotiing. Frcdonok Witto. agod twenty-three years, clerk for his uncle, h. Schlcsjiuger, whoso tailoring establishment Is at tho number mentiouod, was tho victim. Ho had beou iu the habit of touching one. of three, electric light lamps whioh bung w ithin easy reach in front of tho storo and receiving slight shocks. ...

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. — 28 April 1888

BP ' B- THE WORLD: SATUJIDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1888. I m THE WORLD. HB ' to JVMlUrt Ctv; i- lip SATURDAY EVENINC, APRIL 2a K& sxmacnirxioy 10 xhjs evbxinq Hftfl' EDITION (Including Toetage), B .wai month, 30c; rsn yeaii,$3.B0. Mm- VOL. 28 NO. 9,748 lf$p : " Uk'M tCnttrsd at th Fort-Offlc. at N.w York aa Moond.elaa Bt mill raatt.r. B'uR . ...... !.... .- . ..... lis Circulation Books and Press Room If OPEN TO ALL. Mm " "tbk biccxUTioii or th m ' If EVENING EDITION Si THE WORLD Tf I. for tbe wMk ending Hainrdar, April 21. Wty ' M totlowsr Ip Monday 96,200 IM Tuesday 100,680 kIl Wednesday 106,580 H Thursday (06.800 U Fbiday 103,300 f Saturday..": . . . .t . . . -100,920 M Average for the entire fl flft 201 KM Month of March Al: ',7 ra - If THE EVENING WORLD has a l laroor circulation than any Evolving IK paper printed In English and Is not MW afraid to publish Its figures or open IH its books to tho public. wM 3t Thb Sunday Would to-morrow will be " n jK corltor." It will contain ...

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. — 28 April 1888

I -9 TTIE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1889. , $ VH KEEP IT MOVING. "Tho Evening World's" Petition Should Go All Over the City. It Is the Only WajMrf Killing: tho Walker Repeal. The People Hare II In Their Power to Con. Tlnee Gar. Hill lo Keep the Hatnrdnr Half Holiday am t Is Evrry Worklitfl. miin In the City Should Hrlna; the Mutter Heme to the Goyernor 11a the New York 'Voter it Political Memory t The friends of tho Saturday Half-Holiday law should lose no Unto iu securing signa tures to The Etenino World's petition re. questing Gov. Hill to veto tho bill which re stricts the ptoplo's half holiday to tho months of Juno, July, August nnd Septem ber. The Governor says that ho will not take my action on the bill for at least a week. Ho has nntil May 7 to sign or voto it, and work ingmen and workingwomen should be very earnest and activo in letting Gov. Hill know their wishes. The Evenxko World has received since Thursday uioro than 8,000 names of toilers and fricndB of wage-ea...

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. — 28 April 1888

m 4 ' THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1888. I kg , -, . w, ' racing at haeiiyil1e ififi rraarararae "4 rrababte Starter To-Day Rtv at the Wet Sid Park. mBf I incut to ma woixd.1 j. XTAOiTttU. April ra,-Tiio aprlng race at tna ltp Weit Bide Park begin to-day (HatuTdai), wttk i Terj prospect, a at Memphis, that It will be one fjr- of lbs licit meetimi erer ran in Tcnnenee. The 9 weather u cletr and promising; and the trick In ax MT cellent condition. The ontrloa and probable atart. KT' era ara at follows! S' FtrttHe..-Pure. gtOft, of which 70 to tb.eeesnd, 1 S0 to the tblrd, for mil ageel penalties! non-winning TO ' sod tnldeo allowances l HlUng pursss pot coontlof t Art T , '"""" i. . I'"' Mill Mlnob IW Prlnc. Pnrtunstu lis) Y pieao.r,... JJ7 OouHn Jttnu 100 Ml lirown Dak. l Vltll 1W IP plckD.lsDsy 1 Ids We.t W PL flsnsrupt 113 Luke Hart Vi ffl- Date llennseeer.. ...... 1' rldrertUn , M !-tf. JlltlrH, 107 Bmma Hancock ,. U. fieeoad rUe.. Puree tSOO.of whroh (70 to the eeoond, ...

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. — 28 April 1888

! portraits of tho Legialativo Agonts Takon j TIICa L ffTr T P&T &&d$l &k Pro David'8 Summlng-Up of the Gmt 4 B1 H TnBnOiT CI.BDS ON THIS llARr.Klt niTBK I y V ImLM UiL MiSlrOnio ) ff1il?fPWvMl01llll(K ftiHHIrxBr 1 )3Ul - IMP IL (LiyL P fe. I WW NYB ON MAV-DAV IrIQTIN ANP W Wf J fli! H with iti.UHTnATioNs, S v5 vS JiillMotlriMi TftuliByt ii lift' IftiiVfiVjll VMrNgry y r yNy1 youkh crack risTor, shot. ,' $ VJH HI ,,, ( rMmi i. -, lueu-H-t1 - v --J'ai j'rM v flv tM JrVga gH PRICE ONE CKNT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888. , PRICE ONE CENT. ; BACINB XTRA SOME FINE RAGING. aji Washington and Baltimore at the Ivy Oity Races, Pwyer Brothers Buy Sir Dixon for $20,000. (folta, Favor, Holiday, Bronzomarte, and Bob Miles Winnors. MuW. D. Modal, Wm, Diokeon and Senator ltir-r. M,.Diaoy.ndJ. R, Kelly. SttrltrJ. Bhmidan. ItpzcuL to ma woau. ITT CITT RAOB TUACX, Wajuikoton, April IS. TM National Jockey Club ere favored with an otter glorious day. The attendance la large. In el...

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. — 28 April 1888

BP.;fp" 'J? ' THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1888. ' ' ' ' f flR THE WO'KID.;. jpJPP Wffif SATURDAY EVENIHC," APRIL" 2 ' By' IMpt ' BUBBcnirrjos jo rnr. xzrxxitto HfiflS' aflaf EDITION (Ineludtng Pottage), Hm mm! PSR M01fTn 50c'f rEIi YSAn-S3.B0. HflRy mmt, vol. 23..... ..no. 9,74a HKM lMflj :' KnttdttbeFoe-OHc.al H. Yorkaeeseond-cUa. HJIf'i BHy' rU rattler. ni Hi BP Circulation Books and Press Room IHI mm OPEN TO ALL. nBB iHv T Owccxatiom or inc n & EVE NING EDITION IH K the wrld BBBHL HpJ for tbe ntk ending Hatnrday, April 21. ih flw Hp1 Monday 96,200 IBH B Tuesday .............. 1 00,680 BJBff Mp- Wednesday 1 06,580 ffMroft Bi'i ' Thursday 1 06,800. Ifll H? Fbiday 103,300 BBS Kr Satukday. . : 1 00,920, WWB&Wm' AvTrn'Tor the entire -flOft 2fl1 ' HUnHp1 Month of Mureh XVWeanjfV.l., BHv THE EVEN1NG WORLD has a BHHlHy , larger circulation than any Evonlng bBkIBP papor Pr'ntetl in English and Is not HflHB afraid to publish its figures or open HHB Its books to tho publi...

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. — 28 April 1888

I" TJIE WORLD: SATTODAY EVEOTNG. APRIL 28. 1888.-' . "" i?V. 1B. KEEP IT MOVING. "The Evening World's" Petition Should Go All Ovor tho Oity. It Is tho Only Way of Killing: tho Walker Repeal. I , t The Teople IlaTo It In Their Power to Con. Tlnco Got. Hill to Keep the Hnturdny Half Holiday aa It Is Every Working, man In the City Should Drlns the Matter Homo to the CJovernor Ha tho New Vork Toter n I'olltlcal Memory t Tho friends of tho Saturday HnlMIoliday law should loso no tlmo iu securine signa. turcs to The Evenino World's petition ro. questing Gov. Hill to veto tho tyU which ro btrictB tho people's half holiday to tho months of Juno, July, August nnd Septem ber. Tho Governor says that ho will nottako any action ou tho bill for at least n week. Ha has until May 7 to bIru or voto it, ami work. inRincn and workingwomon should bo very earnest and actlvo in lotting Gov. Hill know their wishos. The Evenino World has received since Thursday more than 8,000 names of toilors and friends ...

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. — 28 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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