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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

By IMH 1 ii " ' !T7iilt!itiiri!i7i7ffii ' PUD LIC UBRARY i i i ,, ,... -. a-. tj aLCa - tiiif . IZSaS fcl?5ici AJiwj. uwx and itUnLU WftmO 3flfl v 'I mm 2 5,583 Wants" ) wrf I TjJ if rrcccd'nC8 RTCr,w""r' mP I r "S ' roit tub ntopi.itATT8. "'" V-ft v ."PTiW Vm. iLi'tfiULtLildL r '- i-XiUi iLxlA Nr v v x rrillloQ Ifl oUFIuSy 8 WOnLDi si 'KJ , ...TT1, iiin una Jl l""1""""" i mi ", i H -M PRICE ONE CENT. SIX PAGES. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1888. SIX PACES. PRICE ONE CENT: ' M TK A RATTLING GLOVE-FIGHT. JIMMY LARKINS AND CON DUOAN BATTLE FOR A MUSE. Tho Jericynmn Wlna on n Foul After Twelve Mvcly Hounila nro I'nnsjlil He Una It III Own Wnv Irom Iho Third llnnt l)unn' Clever U'orli I.nter In Hie Fight A Homo tlio Hceno of llio mill. A rattling glovo contoBt was fought by Jitnmy Lnrkius, of Jorscy City, nml Con Dugan, ot Brooklyn, rival 123-pouud pugll Jsts, on a burgo enrly this morniug. Tho " null "wns for a $200 purse, and as pugan roftiBod to strip until that amount was jnado up, bov...

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. — 1 May 1888

WkWmf ' ' '"'' ,uH THE WORLD .TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1886. . I if f ' MAY-DAY MOVERS. Hf.t.' Ms p, . g- Hv R Here Are Their Names and J Where They Are Going. Kk i Wf A Directory Mado Up by " Evening H; v m, World" Young Men. K r. It Was a Biff Undertaking, but ml .' f ' Horo It Is. Hi.' i $t H' if K V ,A LONG LIST OF REMOVALS. R,V ' ' With n tolcrablo dogTeo of regularity May B' ' ' Day brings May flowers nnd Mny.baslccts iu H && Iho country. In tho.clty It surely brines tlio HB U Wi annual moving. Hi S For awoek post all ovor Now Ycrk honRe- B old co'ls nT0 ,oon coUinB "p nDl1 sua'uR B- I i- themselves preparatory to their transfer to H Wl now locations and to-day tlio idols and their , ? worshippers aro on tho way. B , iC' ' ThP history of moving day has noTor boon Rj? - gv traood. It coinos year by year, and, people R- t fit i moTO ont and in, for ono reason and another, HK w bo that its observation always increases in Bfff - fr scope. A collection of the reasouB for the...

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. — 1 May 1888

mTTaratitt. from 4T Bleecker it to 117 K 11th at. 0. yfrrJm 150 liroa-Jway to S3 Clinton it. ""LVnoi irora to V4 Canal at. ! Hit! J. tnm 447 to no; Broadway. a S ijoin tarj" "01 Headway. '"S 5 from J'J -Men er hi 10 471 ll'way. "Si 11 A. from 11 to US Broadway. " Peter K, irumlistolll Nassau st 'JS 8 II rom 4f to 487 W tout st. KKh'iil. Vnoi, to 68 Uroadway BSionl 11 T, from S7 Urcouwlch avo to 101 W Kiln" lll'enen k Co.. from 318 to 804 Broadway. Kn,i 1'. to 161a iota RTC BsSn P J. from 343 W Mtn to-tniu it & 10th are. Kmi 1 if. irom 1M to JW 0W ave. HSinr It B. om Morse nidg to Court-It ouSe. Sna.' Leopold, from 15oadave toaio K feSth it, Sin Mrs B If r M S 7uth ,l ,0 w' K 6",a- BliheWs, Thoi. from 781 Broadway to 10th at and KtMwion!aiioln, (from 1'rovldenco, It 1, to 71 KhaseK1Wiftano Co. from 3 tt Uth it to 60 5th ave. Kiibews. J U. from s e7 ' so ,u Uroadway. tbewa Iloikar, from hi IJ'way to 1 Dey.t. K lion. A W,from 8 Jacob at to 81 Ferry au ilr John Irom 4H Broadway to 4...

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. — 1 May 1888

f-JK: ?THE WORLD. Wt V Wm "' TUESDAY EVENHDrMAY I. B'! HSr xmnoniFXioy to tub Brsmxa BeaaaaT BP EDITION (Itttludtng Pottage), B $' psn month, 30c psn yeah, $3.00. aeaH' aW VOL. 28 NO. 9,75 I Kr M&' aeK& Kft EatarsdaalberosUOmoa at HewYotkMswnd-class LeaaV., bKRF null nutter. afafafaV r Hnn H - rHSf 1 " K ; R: circulation Books and Press Room Wh- WW OPEN TO ALL. ' H? , EVENING EDITION Kr HI' THE WORLD tanaaarV 1 KJ. 'or Um weak ending Saturday, April 28, was BeanR HS I "' M MIoUoWBl w 1 H " 'K Monday "..'. 96,380 Wt ' 'W Tuesday 97,480 H . 1& , Wednesday 99,800 H- ' tE Thub8day 99,910 H III Friday 100,350 B' j Saturday 99,660 B I f-K1, Aftrue far the entlra f0 OAf eeaaant' n teK Mn e-f March,!. ....... JLW.A2MlL H ' I M THE EVENING WORLD has a B ' 1 ' IB?' larger circulation than any Evening B"' r 'ill paper printed In English and is not K M afraid to publish its figures or open H' I SeT Its books to the public. R J 1 7 HOVIHO ON. B I j fe? Thepeoplemo-ro, and The Evening...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

: oaHIErWOBLBtTlgESPAYrlmfi,TAyr1nr4fi8. .flS '? VjlUST THE WOMAN HANG? ICniAKA OIGNARALFS, FAflJ BEFORE THE J- COURT OP APTEALS. , i 1,1, Wo Sentenced to Ptnth for the Murder I, efller Iluabnndf but Her Lover. Antonio ' ii'Apdreni Wim Abaolved of All Keaponar- '' blllty A Year and a Unit In Ibe Tomb V".l Hhe be Clrnnted n New Trial T '' The Court of Appeals, sitting in tho eham ber usually oocupied by tho General 1rru of of Uio Suprorao Court to-day. listened to tho . areument of William F. Howo on tho appeal i of "Chiartt Cignnrolo f or a now trial. Assistant District . Attorney Mnckonzlo r Bemplo opposed thn appeal, and tho Judges nro expected to render .their decision in op. 0 days. ' . Antonio Cignaralo- and Qhiora, Jiis wife,,, camo to America fivo years ago. .Shownsthe " daughter ofta fairly woll-to-do tradosmnn and. T lie was a laborer. Ho bocanu a ragpicker lmo. Thoy lived in Mulberry street, and af- , torwards In " Littto Italy," in East One Hundrod and Twelfth streot. Tho...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

Jl MORE FACTS - I m For "oubting Thomases, Cowardly Business Rivals, ; I K Prying Pauls and Anonymous Libellers. i. J B 'We htnrwith bIyb the result of n chemical anntysis, mode by ouo of the most eminent ! nDlL ehemlaU in America, from whoso nrtpendod titles it will be readily understood that a to ' leWsf character, standing, ability and Integrity this gentleman' reputation In arnolutoly unas- -V ' HlW& Rallabl and bis opinion incontroTertiblc, Tho analysis was made upon acreral different Bb " bottles of Dr. BucUand's m SCOTCH OATS ESSENCE, V sB& procured by this gentleman from roliable wholemlo dealer in thin city whoso atandini; Is Hli euch that there cannot bo the faintest poisililo suspicion of collusion or Jobbery of unr kind. a BP The' Chemist vrhoso analysts wo aprcnd is IIENHY A. MOTT. jii., I'll. 1).. E. SI.. Hk- F.C.8.,Aa, formerly Professor of Chemistry in tho New York Medical College nnd Ilosjiitnl Hj' for Women: Member of tho American, Itorlln and Paris Chemica...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

F 'vts .TORTHErBorsADTTs. 3&r'' PfcPCTBffli Mi'lHK vj sl Printed in Sunday's WORLD, 1 1! 3$ ' tjarriin '" iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimaoaH , " J" ,. ;' fy r, PRICE ONE CENT. SIX PAGES. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1888. SIX PAGES. PRICE ONE CENT, 1 3 5 O'CLOCK EXTRA SLEEPERS ROUSED BY FIRE. ESCAPING FROM A BDRNINO I0DG1NG 5 HOUSE M FIREMEN'S LADDERS, )o Policeman Illlch Climb a Lender to Give Hie Alarm 3Ir. Hnmbur Hnd No Tlmo to Drc A Ilnbo In Amis Carried tint ) Through n Window The Upper Part of the Building letroycd, bat No One Him. Officer Illich, of Copt. Reilly's aquad. has boon a policeman only two weeks, but ho passed through a thirty-third dogrco ordoul j at 7.30 this morning. Ho saw donso sinoko issuing from the west ern window in tho Fronch roof of the two. ), story bcilding adjoining tho old lloymnrkot danco-hall on tho cast in West Thirtieth street. IIo cloinborod up tho shoot-iron 5 water conductor to tho windows oTer tho store of W. & J. Maokenzio, plumbers, and, , poundi...

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. — 1 May 1888

ZMmWi THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1888. ' ' PJ w-day movers. I W Horo Ar- ThoIr ames and I W Where -They Are Going. V fiBI A Directory Mado TJp; by "Eyoning jj IK; World "Toung Men. !j BW It was a Big: Undertaking:, but ; Hi Horo It Is. ' H ALONG LIST OF REMOVALS. ' RH With n tolerahle deRreoof regularity May S Hl- Bay tirfncn May flowers nnd Mny.bosltets in 1 tlio country. -In tho.city it surely bringo the jp- annual moving. 'B HW Forawcok past nil over NcwYcrk houflo- '- j RSj' hold cods ha boon (jottinc; up ami shaking 3 Bfa ' thomsclvcs preparatory to thoir transfer to ' aVv e8w 'oca"ons an(1 to-day tbo idols and tbeir V ' Bw worshippers are on tbo way. '" Brow' history ' moving day bos never boon "'r Kit tracod. It comes year by year, and poople I PS?- ' movb ont Dn '" or ono reaRon nni' auotbor, WMt' tnat 8 observation always increases in t aaatvf scopo. A collection of the reasons for tbeno Htf.', movings would form a rare assortment of ' ' H?F points for tbo student o...

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. — 1 May 1888

ir.BO. George, from 47 Uleeckir it to 117 B 1Mb it 5t?ie J D, from ISO Uroadwaj to IS Clinton it, Garie'i Bros, rrom 88 to 31 Canal it. !,,," Dand, 'rom o W Broadway. slris. 8, trom in to 1101 Broadway. S irks! trom 49 llcroer st to 477 ll'way. Irlln. Ii A, from 18 to D3 Broadway. rroD. Ff ter P. irom 14 to 111 Nuiin it. vl5; 3 U from 4B to 437 W 80th lit. uarahall, Thos, to 58 Broadway Jaraton. II T, from S7 Qrcouwlon are to 101 W I tr.rttn. Itienen A Co. , from 818 to 304 Broadway. B Sartin. r, to 111) loth ave. Sinn F J. from 343 W Mth to 97th it k lO'.U are. Martin. 11, from 1055 to 1844 Dth avc. 'usr.lne. R D. rrom Morso Bldg to Court-tlonse. 'viilna. Leopold, trom 15r9 2lave to8i9E8othlt. iasonMra E I, from 119 K 7Uth at to 584 K 87th. Sathews. Thoa, from 781 Broadway to 10th it and H Union puce. jiatbewaon, Kollln, from Frorldence, R I, to 71 Vathuiek IW Co, from 3 K 14th it to 80 5th are. Satthewi, J at, Rom 8 Dor at to 111 Broadwar. wittnewiARontar, from 193 B'war to l Dey ...

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. — 1 May 1888

f " . --, pIE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1888. ' I Kv tVBBOBXVXIOir TO THE JSTSSXHO B? EDITION (Including Pottagn), Iv PJEB JtOXTB, 30c. FSn TXA.lt, $3.60. jBj VOL.-28..v, (..,,... ...T....,"vNO 9,731, H,$ Bntered as th Poet-Ota at Raw Tock a Mooni-ela -Kct, -. TpHttaiitQ.- . ngKf'' . i . Circulation Books and Press Room If QPEffl JftftMm ,.,... ggfffiil Tita OuoutATtos or tn EVENINGEDITION B .XHE-WOilLrD IHeML for lb tWi ending Bntnrdaiy, 'April 28. wm .HRF u follows! Hp Monday 96,380 Hi Tuesday 97,480 jr Wedne8das;,-v -i 99,800 jf TguEBDAY A. . 99,9 1 0 f FBn)AY..".r 100,350 Kg Satubday 99,660 il i B THE EVENING WORLD has a B& largor circulation than any Evoning mm paper printed In English. andJa not H$ afraid to publish its flguros or opon HI' Its books to tho public. ml HOvTHO OH. HfP Tha people more, and Tin Eyxxtxo Wobld Hug moves with and for them. Kki A directory of May Day movers waa never . fejfe' befortv undrtaken,..by any New York newa. i Hl paper. And that ii t...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

1 ' THE WORLD: TUESDAY EYffNING, MAY 1, 1888. 5 B I MUST THE WOMAN HANG? H I cniARA OldNARALEB FATE BEFORE TOE I COURT OP APPEALS. I Bhe F Renteneed to Death for the Murder I of Her Hnbnrt,but Ucr Lover, Antonio il'Andreat Wu Abtolved of All Keapnml- I blllty A Year and n Ilnll In tho Tomb I Will Hhe be Grunted n New Trln.lt The Court of Appeals, sitting in the cha fer usually oocuplcd by tho Geroral Term of of the Supreme Court to-day. liBtonod to the jgunicnt of William P. Howo ou tho oppoal of Cbiara Clgnaralo for a new trial. Assistant District Attorney Maekonzlo temple opposed tho appeal, and tho Judges uo eipccted to ronder their decision in ten flSTB. Antonio Clgnaralo and fChiara, his wife, ctme to America flvo years ago. Sbo was tho daughter ofva fairly well-to-do tradesman and be was a laborer. Ho becams a ragpicker h'ro. They lived in Mulberry street, and af terwards in "Little Italy," in East One .Hundred and Twolfth stroet. Thoy had ono chlld-a littlo girl. Mrs. Cignara...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

ISHSfC THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1,1888. " Mp A RATTLING GLOVE-FIGHT. Bf ' TUnT imlNB AND C0N DD0AN BATTLE , 'H foe a rnRsa If aK V1 Jreynin Win an a Paul After H BS Trrelra Hrely Raanda sure Foncht Ho ' HrS "" I( II' wn W"T from the Third ? BFV Dant Dncnn'a Cleyer Work Later In the Ht FUbt A Dirge Iho Scene of lha Mill. y, Hi A ntttling bIoto contest was fotiRhl by V Ht Jimmy Larklns, of Jersey City, and Con u ' Blr' DnBn, of Brooklyn, rWal 133-pound pugll- I Br JU, on ft barco early thlf morning. ' R. The "mill "was for a $200 purse, and m UTS'' Dntran refused to strip until that amount wo 'J HsT made up, jereral trips had to be mado among ," WMX- the wonld-be spectators with a hat before K& BTen 1KI 'ear ' 0ZPnles woro roalizod. Hw ' h after 1 o'clock when tho men " Kr stripped for the battle. Ducan was Roc S Sift onded by Jack Fallon and Faddy Smith, mi Esf Brooklyn's heavy and lifiht woight chant- s r H5- pions, and Lnrkins was waited on by M. Hf tloran, the clover am...

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. — 1 May 1888

II I II I III III "" rTt . , Xfc I l& 5,563 "Wants" Ife l,"!" Iij 1 I mif'"" iiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii " Li ,,, ...',.iM. , ' HI hi PRICE ONE CENT. SIX PAGES. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1888. SIX PAGES. PRICE ONE CENT. 1 J EXTRA I LAST EDITION. H . - I SLEEPERS ROUSED BY FIRE. ESCAPING! FROM A BORNINH LODGING HOUSE BY FIREMEN'S LADDERS. Pollcynnn Illicit Climb n I.rnilcr to Olye llio Alnrm aim. Hninbtirfr Hod No Time lo IJrcn A Undo In Arum Carried Out Through n Window Tho Upper l'nrt of llio HulltlliiK Dutroreil, but No One Hurt. Officer Illicit, of Capt. Kcilly's sqund. has been a policeman only two weoks, but ho ' passed through a thirty-third degrco ordeal at 7.30 this moraine. Ho saw denco smoko issuing from tho west ern window in the French roof of tho two story brilding adjoining tho old Haymnrkot dance-hall on tho cast in Wost Thirtieth street. Ho clambored up tho shoot-iron water conductor to tho windows over tho t! store of W. A, J. Mockonzio, plumbers, and, poundin...

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. — 1 May 1888

lMK 2 TnE WORLD; TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1888. I I MAY-DAY MOVERS. I . 1 BL Here Are Their Names and I Hf-' Where They Are Going. i' Hrf" t i HI 7 1 HI:' A Direotory Mado Up by "Evening fk . Bp World" Young Men, ' m ' Writ ?' Brt It.Was a Big Undertaking, but ', m fc-t. Hero "It is. ' K A LONG LIST OF REMOVALS. ,t .K5 " - $ i m& i ff ' WfS With a tolerable degree of regularity May Brefii' Day brings Mfty flowcwnnd'Mny.bnsktta in , Bg the country. In tbo.city it suroly brings tbo ' mmM nnnnnl moving. ' Hew For nvrcok past nil otct Now Ycrk houso- '' Hcv hold gods bao been getting up and shaking Hir ' themselves preparatory to tbeir transfer to ' K&l' 0ew 'ocations ntui to-day tbo idols and tboir MM- Worshippers nro-on tboay,. tjrT- '-r Bk history ' moving day has nevor bcon " Hf - traced. It comos year by year, and pooplo ' Hil? Kioto but and in, for ono reason and another, ;" HP? W thai its- observation always increases in ' Huh scope A collection of tbo reasons for thews ' ...

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. — 1 May 1888

. TnE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1888. -r" M ' . nooree. from 4T Bleecker st to 117 K lath it S'SS jb from ISO Uroadway to S3 Clinton it. .'i nrof f rom 88 to M Canal at. JKK. DTid" rora 4.J7 to 687 Broadway. S'E a from 47 to 1101 Broadway. K & from 49 Mercer at to 7 ll'way. ,. ii A. from 18 to B8 Broadway. S'Unn pitet 'r. irom 14 to Hi Nassau it. ".US ' 11 from 489 to 4S7 W 80111 at. S'SEliT t'dm! to 58 Broadway SS?od1'h T, from 27 Grceuwloh. vo to 101 W jfartin Kl'enen A Co. , .from J1S to 304 Broadway. 2512 v j!Vom 8tfhVMth to OTth at Jb lOlh aye. 5.?i,n' it front low to 1844 9th are. SJ2K; lVJJ f.'om Moiko Bldg to Court-Honse. SSna!' Leopold, from 1509 2cf ave toaiBKBSthif. Ui Mrs ! I. Vrrrt' "OK n at to M4 K 67th. JlltSJwaVTnw!. f torn 781 Broad rar to iota it and IUttSSn!'lSmii, from rrovldence, K 1, to 71 ..Sl2t"r(ano Co. from 8 K 14th at to 80 6tU ave, 55?hVws J M. from J Bey at to 111 Broadway. 8!i.M A ItofkM, from 19!? B'wav to 1 Dey ,t. JJ'.'.'Son a W. from 8 J.ac...

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. — 1 May 1888

iiiggggggggggMiMilijggggggggggggg ( wgMiMiiMiiiijBEiii fljjfMparaBM1j.Mrjafjaf r. Hi v 4 TnE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1888. $" K THE WORLD. ' ISw TUESDAY EVENING, MAY I. ' IIrIt txmaanivxioK xo otb jsmiriifo $ (UK JSDJTIOK (Xnctudtno ro$tagr), n Bt" i'JUI aftHmr, 30c iEf? rax?, $3.00a j H VOL 28 NO- 9.73' saaBt Kntare4attherosl.Offloe t New York aa second-class 4 rV - ' rail matter. &' ' ' If Circulation Books and Press Room K OPEN TO ALL. ' I sB? TB" ciaoinvATioji or ib lk m EVE N IN G E D I T I 0 N ' Bl or K THE WORLD lKiv for n4in SitnrlR7 April 2tf. was i jK Monday....... ...... 96,380 IB TUESDAY 97.480 JK --Wednesday. 99,800 t JK TmnisDAY 99,910 ilM Fiuday 100,350 IKI -SAmPDAY 99.660: v iStrM" .... . I 'IssTCP Aversure for the entire, -fl fa Oftl ' i 8 Blonlb af March XLfOf6LFX . IB -.- - r I H THE EVENING WORLD has a "' '1- 'largor circulation than any Evening Kre papor printed in English and is not mjf afraid to publish its figures or open 'Mr Its books to tho publ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1888. 5 t MUST THE WOMAN HANG? (IfHAlU OIQNARALE'S pate before the COURT OP APPEALS. the Ve Henteneeil to Dentil for the Alnrder of Her Ilnabnuils but Ilrr TjOT.r, Antonio d'Andrrn, Wns Absolved of All lteaponal blllty A Year mid a Unit In Hie Tomb Hill Kite bo Granted a New Trial f The Court of Apponls, Bitting in tho cham bcr usually occupied by tho General Term of of the Supronie Court to-day. listened to the trgunicnt of William P. Howo ou tho appeal of Chinrn Cigunrale for a now trial. Assistant District - Attorney Mackcnzlo Scmplo opposed tho nppenl, and tho Judges tro expected to render their decision in ton dae. Antonio -CiRnnralo and TChiara, his wife, camo to America ilvo years ago. Sho i as tho daughter of a falily woll-to-do tradesman and ho was a lahorcr. Ho bocauu n ragpicker Uro. Thoy li cd in Mulberry street, and af terwards in "Littlo Italy," in East One ilundtod and Twelfth street. Thoy hnd ono child-n little girl. Mr. Cignaralo w...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

jBl' c THE WORLD; TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1888. M f K A RATTLING GLOVE-FIGHT. " m '" MK T1MHT LARK,NB AND C0N DDQAN BATTL Ht FOR A FURSE. E -i K'" y; H& '0 JTnian Win on a Foal After , ' B&' Twelve Lively ItontU nre Fought He 1 Kf " u I1U Wbt ftam lbe Thlrd ", BL' nnt Dngnn'n CleTer Work Later In the Ft I K Flaat A IHrse the Scene of the Mill. 4f . HE? ' i V A rattllnff eIoto contest us fouftht by V ( iB? Jimmy Larirtns, of Jersey City, and Con i Hk" Dngau, of Brooklyn, rival 123-pound pugiU , V i H? l1"' on barce early this morning, Tlio"mill" wufor a $200 purse, and as 'i ' Br DnRan retusod to strip until that amount was ; j Bj&' tnodo up, several trips had to bo mrulo among ' K? wonld-bo spectators with n hat boforo X ! K eTon $160 'ear ' exponscs woro rcalizod. V ' Bf It vros after 1 o'clock when the men ") J P stripped for the battle. DuRnn was boo- . K& "onded by Jack Fallon and l'addy Smith, t? Brooklyn's heavy and light weight chain- v K pions, and Larkins wa...

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. — 1 May 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

MAY-DAY MOVERS? & V . f ' mm n- Hf Here Are Their Names and Hi Where They Are Going. K , Hr ADireotory Mado Up by "Evening S : Hr World" Young Mon. &,t J B' It Was a Biff Undertaking, but '" ' Mf' Horo It Is. I I' ' Hb A LONG LIST OF REMOVALS. ?" H Wth a tolerable decree of regularity Mny bV aT h"0?" ay flowers nn May-baskets in H' the country. Intbo.city it surely brings the A saB annual moving. aK For awook past all oyer New Ycrk honio- HB? hold C0(8 kftV0 l)ecn Ke'"DC up and shaking Bu tbomsolves preparatory to their transfer to R Bw locations and to-day the idols and their . Bjj worshippers are on the way. y ' k't The history of moving day has never been Bv traced. It comes year by year, and pooplo 't B? movo out and in, for one reason and anothor, v. Bv bo that its observation always increases in " Bw scope. A collection of the reasons for theso ' Hr movings would form a rare assortment of if 1 WWW points for the studont of human naturo and 'i B WWW "" eccentricities. H...

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