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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 April 1888

l plaoftoldattveAgeaUTakonj ' (jSfL Ifil' flfWlf JH Prof. Dvian's Summing-TTp of tho flroat ! M PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 2g, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. . tj EXTRA LAST EDITHON, WHO IS TO BLAME FOR THIS '" ANOTHER CA8E OP INSTANT DEATH FROM AN 1LECTR10 SHOCK. Yonnar Frederick Wide Touches a Low Ilansjlnal Lnmp In Front of n Bowery Htoro Willi Fated Itcaull The fubway G'ommlaelon lino rower to Regulate the I Hanttlnc ofTheso Lamps In the Streets. ( Another caso of homicide, for which some body should be held legally responsible, oc. currcd nt 200 Bowery Inst ovening. Fredorick Witto. aged twenty.thrce years, it clerk for his uncle, L. Schlcsainger, whoso tailoring establishment Is n't tho number mentioned, was the victim. lie had been in tbe habit of touching one of three oloctrio. light lamps which hung within easy reach in f rout of tho store and receiving slight shocks. Although warnod frequently not to handle tho lamps, ho grasped ono of thera Inst evon- ing and in an ...

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

KV . - THE WORLI-SATURDAYEVENINGrAPJin 28,-1888 ' T m TJEEWQRLD. Hit ruihixi iy i j rm g." BR SATURDAY-EVENING, APRIL 28. KMb. auJtscnzPTJOK ao ran etkxiso MS JspiTIOlf (Including Pottage), P Jtfil MONTH, SOc.f PER TEAR, $3.80. WfL. VOL 28 NO. 9.748 Hm JCnttnd at th Fo.t-Offlc. at 1ft York aa i.eond-elaaa jw. mall matter. Iv Circulation Books and Press Room II OPEN TO ALL. hjfe TBS Ciacctvnos or ths fl EVENING EDITION R THE WORLD WW? '" vk ,ndln Hntnrdoy. April 21. waa Kw u follewi: laf Monday ............... .96,200 III Tuesday....'! 100,680 mW Wednesday.... 106,580 ' Thursday 1 06.800 f Friday I03,300r m Saturday 100,920 ran , . , . f 11 THLVEfllNGOm ha,? a mm larger circulation than any Evening H papor printed In English and Is not (II afraid to publish Its figures or open iff Its books to the public. I'iB Tux Bundit Would to-morrow will be " a lfi' corker." It will eontain more matter than RsSS en ordinary two-dollar book, and besides pm covering; the newi of the earth will give...

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 ' SlaeS 1 VS' I TIH5'V6Hi:f): tfATtfKDAY EVENING ATAlX &. l8S8.v '' KEEP IT MOVING. "Tho Evening World's" Petition Should Go All Over the City. It Is tho Only Way of Killing the Walker Repeal. Te People Hare It In Their Power to ton. vlnee Got. f 1111 to Keep the Hntardny Half Holiday as It I Evrry Working;. mnn In the C'ltr Sboolil Brln the matter Home to tho CoTernor lUu tho Now York Toter a Political Memory t Tho frionds of tho Saturday Jlalf-Hollday law should loso no timo iu securing Bigno. lures to Tjie Etenino WorldCs petition ro. question; Gov. Hill to veto the bill which re stricts tho ptoplo'a half holiday to the months of Juno, July, August nnd Septem ber. The Govornor says thnt ho will nottako my action on tho bill for at least a week. Ho has until May 7 to sicn or veto it, and work Inpnen and workingwomen should bo very earnest and nctlvo in lotting Gov. Hill know their wishes. The Evjsnino World has reccivod since Thursday more than 9,000 names of toilors and fri...

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

f1' m THE WOULD.: SATURDAY EYEING, APRIL 28, 1888. " " I Where Will You Move to? M Jjct Xour Friends Know. ' , MAY DAY DIRECTORY. ML ' Fill in tbe subjoined blank In the Kg follcmlng manner nnd send It to TUB $.. EVENING WOULD Immediately to bo Wt printed on Tuetday next) May 1 : oE City (or Town) New York. JR JVtow Jones, B. T. ffl& JVonv-1121 W. Slat t. Id Jb-XOlO 8th it. City , W Xante ffl& iVont I ft ...... I SCROFULOUS SORES. J A CHILD'S CHEAT SUFFERING BXDBD M DY TUB C'UTICUUA UEJIED1KS. H& When six aoaths old the left hind of out little grind- VS bU4 becen to swall and had o err PMuu oil lert. X! txd). We poulUeed It, bat ell to no parpoee. About At Jm saonthe after It became, running aora. Boon otbot sore. aHf farmed. 11 than had two of thus on Mh band, and aa faK hja blood became mora and mora Impura It took ltia tlma 'jBj for tbom to braak ont. A aora came on tba ohln, benrsth K theandarUp, vbtob waa eery offeostie. Me bead waa $j una aolld eceb, discharging a ...

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. — 30 April 1888

-gaigjxi-rr '-Trrm-rr-rm 1 1 1 , ' VFMH H iffc g Tho Want Dictionary ' vx,yyyv Jtf '""'""""""""""y" ;$ A j 5,5.63 "Wany Slfe. v J iM fl OL'S W . mWmBSmtiA tllli J f- W Pnl,a In Sunday's WORLD. I lj . I , " ": , ItililllllllllimilHIlulUHmiiiwmii f ' SBt BBs PRICE ONE CKiXT. FW Y0UK MOIVDAy, APRIL 30, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. H g O'GLOCK tr Y rl KJf A A FELON IN UNIFORM. I m ' Policeman Eiokerd Oaugkt Commit ting a Burglary. Supt. Murray Indignantly Cuts Off His Buttons. Sentenced to Ten Year and an IHVM'ay lo blnfl BImk Vbe Crime but One of a aerie of Robberies Ho Committed en 1IU rot WUllo an Duty Tirleo Seen to Drears Open m. Door nnd Plunder n Hlore TUe tjpolt. Uecowetred nt Ills Homo In Pearl Htreet. An unusually important capturo of a crimi nal was made by the. Oli slip polico this morning important beoause in thia instanco the spectacle of a thiof.taker taken was pre sented. Ho wo a burglar, Mid tlio burglary was committed on tho post -which ho, as a policeman, was supposed tp bo ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 April 1888

iHr'"" I Hf & THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1888. B THE WORLD. Hi MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30. Hk BVBaonzrxioir xo the urBirma H; EDITION (Including 1'oitage), K' FSB MONTH, 30c. f PEIl YE All, $3.50. VOL 2B NO. 9.7S0 Be """ SnUnd at th Pot t-OfflM at Hew Tork m Mcond-olu IHfr m" matter. H" Circulation Books and Pross Room Ik OPEN TO ALL. Hji? Tim Cirouiatioh or Tn I EVENING EDITION I THE WORLD ELi tor th wk andlnc Hntnrday, April 28. was Hi a follows! K Mokdax. 96.380 B, Tuesday 97,480 K Wednesday 99,800 B Thursday 99,9 1 0 K Friday 100,350 H; Saturday 99.660 Hfc Average for the entire fl ) ObTbI jfc Month ofninrrh J.LrOSU'JL K THE EVENING WORLD has a H& largor circulation than any Evoning H paper printed in English and is not Hlr, afraid to publish its figures or open B Its books to the public. ttj. WHAT LABOB THINKS. B Ihe stupid falsehood is persistently Kr repeated that the working people themselves HrK. do not want the Saturday Halt Holiday Kff retained. p The 62,0...

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. — 30 April 1888

THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1888. 3 lM youkgandoldmakemerry HANI BUTDB BRIDES CONGRATULATED BY T11HR FRIENDS. Jlr. Outerdlna'" Employee, aire Illra m. Ilia mond Locltet ML. Mark. Ilecomra niri. Knock Picnic of tho Wendell I'hllllpa Association Mia. GoliWteln'a Chance at Nome Young I'll. Disport Themselves. Walhnlla IIoll contained n morry crowd Inst night nt the roception given by the cm ployces of '. Guterding. At midnight Mr. Guterdlng was cansht bytho arms by two of i his employee's and taken to the middlo of the f floor whero ho was presented with a dia. niond-sttiddoci locket by August llurkhnusen. Jlr Gntordlnc was bo taken by surprise that bo conld hardly respond. The following wero among the guests : Ml MagRlo OutTdltlsr, Miss Llzzlo Qutfrdlnj, Miss Theresa llalskorn, Miss Amy HUfer, .Miss Fmma Sehaefer. James 1'lyun, JlUe llurns, Miss vinnu Hrommond, Mr. and iUt. Adolf Ohm, Wm. 1 uiikett. MissIIaltlo Siohr. Phil Wimel, Mrs. J. Hlmtn r, Miss Lena Uuterdiuir, Ueorso ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 April 1888

IP F I m, i . THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1888. J I Stern Bros. ft- SPECIAL BARGAINS. if ALL WOOL 1 cm Sit l. In all neutral and deslra- fW ble tints; reduced P from 75c. K 100 PIECES TfUKTED CHINA 1 SILKS I at 75c.peryd- P' 27 inches wide, in all K shades. 1 suTts, m BENGALINE AND INDIA SILK. I SKIRTS, If with material for waists, made to order; also I YAGHTBNO AND I LAWNTEKSUITS He In groat varioty at attractive m prices. S SILK AND LACE I JiHad Wraps, I IGLiS iD ULSTERS E, at gr.oatly reduced pricos. i pjumsols W- and I COACHING UMBRELLAS f now and exclusive designs, W at exceptionally low figures. I 32 to 36 West 23d St. I 25 to 35 West 22d St. I EHRICH'S. HI TO-MORROW, 8p FroraBA. M. tolr. M. w.arlll offer at W 17 Cents, HJH Box.' Eph Pasta, .icallant and darabl. material, in few ' swat patterns, .la, from 4 to 13 ytars. '"Jjjj; Also 150 doaen pair, of $ Pure Silk Cloves, Ug. all alias. In buutifuUhadea of tin, it tneeitreroelrlow '?j)U jt)m par pair of m ft l Conts. T...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 April 1888

asaaaasssssssssssssssssssssrT'i'ra 1 I I I I I III ITT T I "TTTTTl lH if ll r r i Tho Wapt D,ct,onory- -W WORLD " WANTS " s . J ! II NWI J30'3 WWdlHO gjjjJ"-jlp WaM'SVTTV 1 j V k Take Precedent. Bverywhere. WjffMj JS LiS In Tho Recognized Modlum SSkJJ Jl I IK ffillHll M H MW 111 V llV I 1BL I J L I 1 1 wjwww g, fW . W f AN Ko,tTKrEo.,.1:,AvT., " W BllliiHHMWMl 1 iHffl WW1 P V Printed In Sunday's WORLD. Jl J i Qj1'1"1'" , uttiiiiiiiiimiiiiiin 1TT rPTiimniid "JflK PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. - Jl A FELON IN UNIFORM. Policeman Eiokerd Caught Commit 1 ting a Burglary. I Supt. Murray Indignantly Cuts Off His Buttons. 5 And Hopes to Ilnve nim In rjlnjj Sins To- i Morrow Tho Crime but Ono of n Series ; oT Robliertea the Policeman Commltieit , on IIU Pout While on Duty Twice Hern ,1 to Ilrenk Open n Door nnd Plunder n Hlare The Spoil ltccovered nt Hie Home 1 In Pearl (Street. ! i An unusually important capturo of n crimi. I nal was mado by tho Old slip ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 April 1888

p"rT.'.".'..J' .. ------. M-',saBaBBWSajasaEaCTMSrTSgBssrsaKB Kl 2 THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1888. I W THE WORLD. In, jtllfoitd ty r m vlldAtnf Cor. B; , MONDAY EVENINC, APRIL 30. Bf 0VBBOltIPZIOir TO TUB xricitzito Kf EDITION (XncluiUnn Foitaat), BCfc WW UONTff, 30c. f PER YEAR, $3.00. Kf VOL 28 NO. 9,750 BSf ntswd at tb Iot-Oo it NfW Tom u SKona'-elass XL nil! matter. j - H jn i l i - ,,-,......--. If Circulation Books and Press Room I '" OPEN TO ALI- RJ; TIIC CIRCtTLATtOK or THE Wk ' EVENING EDITION II THE WORLD IK for the week ending Hatnrdny. April SB wa T as follow j Monday 96,300 Wm. Tuesday 97,480 K ' Wednesday 99,800 li Thursday 99,910 W. Fiuday 100,350 lt Saturday 99,660 Kf Avfirace for the entlrn -fl ftO OftM jfo Month of March JLJlJf StFj. II THE EVENING WORLD has a '' largor circulation than any Evening WM, paper printed in English and'ia not H afraid to publish its figures or open I'M Its .books to the public. B '- ,. '-j ' ' m f ' P' " ""- WHAT "LABOR THlit...

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. — 30 April 1888

i . THE'WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1888. 3 . "9 ' YOUNG AND OLDMAKKMERRY ' JIASI BLITHE BMDE8 CONGRATULATED BY THEIR FRIENDS. jm, Guterdlnii-1 Employee Olve Mm n Din-t-nond I.ocket 911m Mark Become ,11 r. Enock-I'lenle of Iho Wendell Phillip AMOclRtlon Ml (Joldsteln't Chance of Nnnie Youdb Elk Disport Themselves. Valhallo Hall contained a merry crowd last night t uo racopMon given by tho cm ployces of J. Gutcrdlnp;. At midnight Mr. Qutcrding was causht by tho arms by two of bin employees and taken to tho middle of tho lloor, wboro bo was presented with a din-iiioml-Btuddcd locket by August Ilnrkhauaen. llr. Guterdinc was bo takou by surpriso tbat lie could hardly respond. Tho following woro among tbo guests : ills Msgglo Gut'rdlog, Misa Lizzie Uuterdlng, -Miss Theresa llalskorn, Mis Amy Hitler, Miss Emma Schaofer. James Flyun, Mine Hums, Miss Kniraa llrommond, Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Ohm, Win. pltinkett, Miss llaltlc apahr, 1'hll Wcinel, Mrs. J. lllmmer, Misa Lena Oiiterdlnc, Ueorg...

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. — 30 April 1888

K& 4 THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1888. If m I Stern Bros. I . SPECIAL BARGAINS. W ALL WOOL I hit Mi -Iff " I at39c.peryd- In all neutral and desira- M ble tints; reduced from 75c. I iOO PIECEolwED GHINA I SILKS 1 at 75c.peryd- 27 Inches wide, in all m shades. I suTts, m BENCALINE AND INDIA SILK. i SKIRTS, m with material for waists; made to order; also i YACHTING AND I LAWNTENNISSUITS W In groat variety at attractive W prices. $' SILK AND LACE I Jetted Wraps, I RAGLflHS AND ULSTERS ;K at greatly reduced prices. I PARlSOLS tW- and COACHING UMBRELLAS p newand exclusive designs, $t at exceptionally low figures. I 32 to 36 West 23d St. 25 to 35 West 22d St. I EHRICH'S. j. TO-MORKOW, msjb, From U A. M. to 1 P. M. we, will offer t MM 7 Cents, HkWL Boys Knee Pant. excellent and iluratl? material, In WtpaT Cent pattern, Hlzpitfrom i to 13 ears. Itp Alo ICO dozen paint of S Pure Silk Gloves, B iw an aire, fn beautiful al.ai'ea of tan, at t&e extreme. low tf price mr pair uf ...

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. — 30 April 1888

U j The Want Dictionary. sSyXM j6C If' Y !!!"" "'VHh'W F vBffl5 5j563 Wants" 9i2iilt JrfiiiSr SHi rM 2 WW RlBliil Wyffll Printed inunday's WORLD J 1 M PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK MONDAY, APRJL 30, 1888. PRICE ONE flF.NT ' fl EXTRA LAST EDITION. A FELON IN UNIFORM. Polioeman Eiokerd Caught Commit ting a Burglary. Supt. Murray Indignantly Cuts Off His Buttons. Sentenced to Ten Years and an Hie War to Sins' Sins The Crime bnt One of a Series of Robberle lie Committed on nle Poet While on Duty Twice Seen to Break Open a Door and Plunder a Store The Spall Recovered at IIIi Home In Tearl Htreet. An unusually important capture of a crlml nal vras made by the Old slip police this morning important because in this instanoe the spectacle of a thief-taker taken was pre. sented. Ho vras a burglar, and tho burglary was committed on tho post which he, as a policeman, was supposed to be protecting. Patrolman Charles IUckerd, of the Old flip station, was tho criminal, and his cap tors -wore Detectives...

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. — 30 April 1888

Hf THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1888. II K THE WORLD. NafitV JSAtMet l JYs J-Mlif0 Compatf Kg ' MONDAY EVENINC, APRIL 30. HBjh BVBBCBIl'TION TO XsMv JSVESINQ Wjj, JtDXTXOJf (Including reitagt), WJL isn month, 30c f rxn ysaii, $3.50. Hv VOL, 28 NO. 9,730 EnM EnUrwI at tb. Post-OfAe. at New York aa Mcond- olaes H 5 raall iuIUIi II Circulation .Books and Press Room ML OPEN TO ALL. WJ - -- Tbb Cmcblatio or TUC iM EVENING EDITION Bk or V H THE WORLD D&, for tb. Mk ending Hatnritny, April 28. waa BMR follow p- MONDAY...... 96,380 Bfe Tuesday 97,4'8Ql K& Wednesday 99,800 R Thursday 99,910 W Friday 100.350 Beg Saturday 99.680 Klfr Average for the entire fl sf0 fPfbl Ktf Month of fllarch. ....... XHDjiUl K THE"" EVENING WORLD lias a Mr larger circulation than any Evonlng $ paper printed In English and is not mfc, afraid to publish Its figures or open MM, its books to the public. IS WHAT LABOR THINKB. . HP. 1 he stupid falsohood is persistently Je repented that the workinj: pe...

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. — 30 April 1888

1 1 . THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1888. ". S JjOTOG-NDOLDMMEMERBY I JUSI BLITnB BRIDES CONGRATULATED P BI THEIR FRIENDS. ', Mr Gnterdlag's Employers Clu nim a Dlu- mand Locket Illla Marha necsmee Mrs. 4 Enoch Picnic of the Wendell Phllllpe Association Miaa Galti'ateln'a Caanao at tj flame Yonnff Elks Disport Themselves. 1 TValhnlla Hall contained a morry crowd i at nlebt at tho reception given by tho om ' ployees of J. Gutordlnff. At midnight Mr. Gntcrdinc was caucht by tho arms by two of his employees and taken to tbo middle of the floor whore to was presented with a dla-rnond-studdod lockot by August Darkhnusen. Mr Quterdine was bo taken by surprise that he 'could hardly respond. . Tho following wore among the guests s UlMMicKteOatirdlns, Ml Lizzie Outerdlni, MUs Theresa Uslskorn, Miss Amy Rlrfcr, Mis Emma Scbsefer. James Fljun, JlUe Ilurns, .Mlu vmma llrommond, Mr. and Mm. Adolt Ohm, Win. 1 luotett, Mis Ilatllo Siiahr. Phil YVeinel. Mrs. J. lllinm-r, mm Lena OuterdlDg, U...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 April 1888

BA'V THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, "J&$Llt 30,1888. . . W' I 'StGrnBros. K- SPECIAL BARGAINS. p ALL WOOL I Hot Sii n at39c.peryd- IP' In all neutral and deslra- Ig& ble tints; reduced lg& from 75c. K 1DD PIEGESrPmNTED CHINA SILKS mii at 7ocBperyd" ? 27 inches wide, in all ffs shades. II SUIT S, B BENCALINE AND INDIA 8ILK. If SKIRTS, tp' with material for waists; Ijpf made to order; also I YACHTING AND 1 LAWNTENNISSUITS m In groat varloty at attraotivo Wjjjjfi prices. Era!9 - ' ' IK" 8,l,c and LACt Jetted Wraps, p. RAGLANS AND ULSTERS Hp a greatly roducod prlooa. 1 PARASOLS Kef- and- K COACHING UMBRELLAS s - now and exclusive designs, fo at exceptionally low figures. K 32 to 36 West 23d St. M 25 to 35 West 22d St. m EHRIGH'S. WXL TO-MORROW, K tfromDA. M.tolP. M. we will oner at llfK 7 Cents, KnL Boj' Kiim Pants, excellent mil durable malarial, la )rv neat patterns, sum. from to 13 rears. tt Also J SO dosen pair, of yj! Pure Silk Cloves, -BK all lxe. In beautiful .hades of ta...

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. — 30 April 1888

I g ,f, ? .TH. I'(!".1!'.BA"y.T.'xj iaiiiiftLi-iiiiiuiii li iikJisi BMl aMl v vn n S!?,!!!?!' I M i PRICE ONE CENTp. . NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. Ill' BACIHG IXTRA WASHINGTON RACES. I , II The Weather Good but Sultry, and I Track Fast. Jimmy McLaughlin Still Unablo to Ride. ! Honors Won by Vanco, Tolio Doe, Dofaulter, Sam Harpor, jr., and '. ' St. Valontlne. f . Matt F, B. HcOnlrt. O. II. KtrnKhan and John H. KUj. i llnm-F. M. Hall and F. M. Dranty. istarurj. febaridan. ihtcia! to Tir wonr.o.1 IVT CUT 1UCI TltACr, WlBUINOTOK, D. C, Airil HO. This 11 the lonrtli dijr of the National Jockey Club'a spring meeting, wltb weather tbat la decidedly Monmouth Parklab. In fact, It la really nneomforably warm, to the disgust of many from Keif York who camo here with their winter cloth, log. There la an excellent attendance, bat not near as large u on Saturday, one conaplcuoua feature of the meeting la the llgnt belling, in wblcn connection the Bookmakers' Alliance ABaocl...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 April 1888

BaHBMrff!K55s55TSS5aaS5sasMMiMsMisMMl!TMIM IK' sf THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1888. wtf? L If THE WORLD. P ? MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30. Hw ttmcnxpxzox xo xas zrsirxito tfffl EDIXXON (InoluUng Pottage), W PES UOKTH, 30c. PSR TSAR, $3,00. fflfc VOL. 28 NO. 9.790 5p- . Bntarad t tha Pont-Offioa at Naw Totk aa sacond-elaas nR, mall mattar. Circulation Books and Press Room If OPEN TO ALL. "JJ. TBI CIRCULATION Or Tilt ' EVENING EDITION m THE WORLD Jfe for th wttk ndlo Haturdnr April B wn &$ M followii jf: Monday 96,380 H Tuesday 97,480 if Wednesday 99,800 tm .Thursday 99,910 HI 1 Friday 100,350 III ! Saturday 99,660 jrS' J iJfR Averac far the anttra fl f"fl (Jlfh't Vm, 'Blanth or Miirrli JLUOt6vPJa. M I THE EVENING WORLD has a m' ' larger circulation than any Evening M- 'paper printed in English and is not m afraid to publish its figures or open m its books to tho public. JKf WHAT LABOR XR1HKS, M The Blnpid falsehood ii persistently jK repeated that the working people themselv...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 April 1888

g k, , THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1888. .' IB 1 Policeman Eiokerd Oaught Oommit- ting a Burglary, I Supt. Murray Indignantly Cuts I Off His Buttons. fienlrncpil to Ten Venn nnd on Ills Wny to ') HIiiK Sing Tlio Crlinn but One of a hrrlrs r llolib'trlo lie Committed j on 111 l'ot M'liC.o on Uuty Twice Ween J to Ilrenk Uptrf a Door and Tlundrr n Mlnr Tbe Spoil ltecovered nt 111 Home In l'cnrl Mtreet. An unusually Important capture of a crimi nal was mado by tho Old slip police this morning important because in this instance the spectacle of a thlef-toker taken was pre sented. He wns a burglar, and the burglary v, as committed on the post which lid, as n policeman, was supposed to bo protecting. Patrolman Charles ltickerd, of tho Old slip station, was tho criminal, nnd his cap. tjrs were Detectives Oates and Kueeut, of tho Mime precinct. Tor tho past six weeks IteillyAr McElhiuny, commission auctioneers at 8,J Nassau street, Jiad been missing nrticles of value, such as nherwa...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 30 April 1888

SeK l ' I ' "? K . vf THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL" 30, 1888. V " . P 1 Stern Bros. SPECIAL BARGAINS, ALL WOOL I' toil Sim l at39cHperyd- M&r in all neutral and desira- wm, ble tints; reduced Kft from 75c. m ioo HEOEnraiED china If SILKS K at 75c.peryd- K; 27 Inches wide, in all Kgi shades. I suTts, $' BENCALINE AND INDIA SILK. If SKIRTS, Iff with material for waists; mk made to order; also I YACHTING AND i LAWNTENNISSUITS Um 'n Kroat variety at attractive II prices. M, SILK AND LACE I Jetted Wraps, If B3GLHHS ID ULSTERS WM. at greatly roduced prices. 1 PARASOLS If COACHING UMBRELLAS Kf now and exclusive designs, mm' at exceptionally low figures. j 32 to 36 West 23d St. 25 to 35 West 22d St. H EHRICH'S. Mm tomorrow, Bg& From 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. we will offer it B ' 1 7 Cents, B$t ' Sort Knew Pants, eicellent .nil durable material. In Hrftw- neat patterns, slaes from to 13 years, Hr if jL Also 160 dosen pair, of 4f Pure Silk Cloves, H& all slias. In beautiful shade, of...

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