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Page 3 [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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

WMfKmwKSmww-'''- ' THE'woKti)ffm558 yi,3PE7 MME WORLD. iFBHp ' INieJfsaW y IS ft rll(n Vvinr, f ' H ' TUESDAY EVENINC, MAY I. ' , jH& znaaaxpnoir to mis jcrxirziro K Kfc' EDITION (Including roitage), ' B!" FSIt U0NTn 30c'l psn YSAI1' $3.B0. f K VOL 28 NO. 9,791 K. Ratond at the Pott-OOe at New York u seoon-cUss Hj milt matter. i K , i K Circulation Books and Press Room j A OPEN TO ALL. K'' T" CtaCOXATIOJI or TM f , K EVENINGEDITION ' K THE WORLD , IH.4 (or Uw k ending Hnturdays April 28, m T lammB?' ' 'oUow" ' K; Monday 96,380 '' ' m&- Tuesday 97,480 - Hf Wednesday 99,800 ' nV Thursday 99,910 "f B Fblday 100,350 B' Saturday 99,660 HB' K Averse for the rntlrs. -fl ffcO Ofbl iaV'ls Monlh a f March XL0,V JL r ; K THE EVENING WORLD has a Hf larger circulation than any Evening $H papor printed in English and is not ' IU afraid to publish its figures or opon 1 Ilk '8 b00 no pub"0 eaKt MOVIHO ON. B& The people move, nnd Toe Etistho Would IRft' move with and for them. JaaKol' di...

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

'l - . ' ' N ... ... . '... v?' ni?!W aaaaaanaaal V 'sleepers roushpby hhel Bi ESCAPING FROM A BUUN1NU LODGING- , HODSE BY FIREMEN'S LADDERS. ,l' rotlcemnn llllcli Climbs a I.rmlcr to Give ' ' Hie Alarm Mm. Ilnnitiitrir Hud Nn Time ' to Drtn-A IIhIic In Anns Carried Oal ' Tliroiuli n W laitow The Upper Part or " ' Ihcf "IlnlldlnB Destroyed, but No One Hart. Officer Mich, of Copt. Iteilly's squad, ha ' licon rt policeman only two wcoks, but ho r" pa&ed through n thirty-third degrco orilcnl 'L pt T.30 this morning. 'Ho saw iIcubo Hiuoko issuing from4 tho wost- " cm window lu the French roof of tho two- Btory bvililiiiR adjoining tho old Haymarket " dnnco-hall on tlie enst In West Thirtieth l street. Ho clambered up tho Bhcct-iro voter conductor to tho windows over the Bforo of W. t .T. Mackonzio, pltimborg, nnd, pounding on tho glais, awnkoiiptl Mr. nnd ty' Mrs. Mnher, who woio asleep in bod. Then an alarm was sent nut nnd Kngino 1, Capt. Croker, and Trucks 7 nud 1.1 ro- 111 bpond...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 May 1888

mW .JommmT t JMmWMMmMMmmfa w?iyiff yy'RtJvPw;?!? ----- - - - - - w- 1. . --l .. . . .i - . t... . i J.,,., .I- ,..- . . - . mi i.w.d i B fK- 'TT'itiraniG glove-fight. , V ,ft Hf '' UDIMT I1EK1NS AMD CON DUGAN DATTLE ' uk- foe a rouBB '" K fcfc Jrmthu Wins on at Vent After j H& TwIt Urelr Roamde nr FaaBnt He B n" 1 til wn w" (rom ,he Third R) Bent Duu'i Clever Work Later In ibe i' fft 7tkt-A Dar.t IM Meeno of the fllilL H. A rtUUng Blow contest vu ought by " f Jimmy Larkliu, of Jersey City, and Con (L ; rV r Oojin, ot Brooklyn, rivl 133-pound pupil- IVfllt' ',t' oa b8o early this moraine. t H- Tho "mill "was for 9200 purso, and as ;; J LBi DnRaa refnted io ttrlp ttntil that amount was , t B. Jnade up, several trlpi had to be made among I ffB ibe would-be spectator1 with a hat bofore i' ' j fl& BTn $150 elear of expenses were realized. r' f JBf, I u after 1 o'clock when the men ' HE;' stripped for tho battle. Dugnn was sea- VBY onded by Jack Fallon and l'mldy Smith, jKl Brookl...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 May 1888

M eaeooocooooaaVoaeaoo''aaaaai? mttMmtMetom(imciMM Jm ? PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1888. PRTCE ONE CENT. 1 5 O'CLOCK jEaTRA Itwo thousand guineas. 1 lilBfiniBE WIN8 IT HANDSOMELY FOB I TIB DURE OF FOKTIiAND. ZTbe Bii me Omtt'i Johnny Dlarita Cams In 6$ bscond In the Great English Racing a Bvant To-Day Orbit, Irom tho Duko of Weetmlneter'a Btublea, Third 8emtbln . J Abaat Iba Baea and the Wlnnar. ' ftpWtrtiU, 1MB, H Tt JYm rIMMaf Ompanf (Iff m Trh WtU). M bncur. oisxa DiarATC- to no woau.l "0N u' T6 eightieth nee lor the ifeooo Opines li now a mtter of record. It waa ) tua at Newmarket thla afternoon over the famous I ap""' Mile. It U a swsepstakes tor three-year- I 9mi at Xloo each, half forfeit, the aecond to re. 1 elv X800 out of the stakes, and It eloaad Not. 2, 1 jM88,1rltnMvnty.rnreeaubicribers colts to carry f Ass pounds and fllllei 123 pound. ft M As to tha result, a greater nptet to publlo opinion C IKould not cava been bid. All winter, and In fact I nn lut ...

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

K ' , t THE WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1888. - I K THE WOULD. IH WEDNESDAY EVENIQMAY 2. ' BVBpon ivti on to xns jsrxxzxo HHE XDXTIOX (Xntludtng Vftagt), HH& ' r JK UONTH, 30e.f PEIt TEJUl; $.3.30. HK'' VOU 28 NO. 9,792 Hn' Entered at the reat-Offle at New York u soeond-olaas IHt mall matter. wf r - .- HK ' ' Circulation Books and Press Room nm: open to all. ittr'BT ' T" cincrcxATtoa or tub mm7- EVENING EDITION ltm: or SmW THE WORLD iiliaKr ,b m1f al" Hitrraay April 28, we 'taaalr a follow i 4'B Monday ...!.... 96,380 VSmW Tuesday 97,480 B Wednesday. 99,800 K TnunsDAY 99.910 SK' Fbidat. 100.350 V Sattjbday 99,660 '.It' Blj inrwo for the entire ff hif K ai""h "' "" JLUvP,otJ-P ''IB THE EVENIHG W0RLD lm3 a 1pm, larger circulation titan any Evening K. paper printed in English and Is not !;" afraid to publish its figures or open Vr K ite books to tho. public. lflp , VOTE FOB A VETO. WK'' 'Through tho friendly co-operation of tho uVRs " polioo and the managers of the boll ground...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 May 1888

V . ,T"wri-wJr t 'WSWWTSTKTOTwr? IH : THE WORLD: "WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAYr2, 1888.'" ' W 9 TAMMANY HALL'S STAND. UO OBJECTIONS TO A UNION IF BEE GETS WHAT 8DB WANT& mi Will Be a Great Election and the Wler I Tram la Strongly Fortified Commlealaner i Crolier looking After Ttmmniiy'i Forces, and Maurice J. FoTrrr Watehlna; II Im for the Couatlea Opposition to Hewitt. The local politicians aro bccinnlng to dis cuss the question whctlior thoro will be a i tiulon between Tammany Hall and tho County Cemooraoy this fall. Thero is a dif ference of opinion among the camp-followors of the two organizations, while the leaden are not venting tholr opinion. As far as Tammany Hall is concerned, Its oblof s do not nppcarto bo anxious whether there is or is sot a union. Firo Commissioner .Richard Crokor is tho t acknowledged chief of tho Wigwam forces f 1 and is as roservod as he is decisive. Ho may ' be said to be in favor of a union, but it may I ' i also be said that he will nevor consent to ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 May 1888

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Wt Vt "THE WORLD? WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1888 S RElltWlUB 1?AKK TO DIE. V" a i H XiWKO TlgOflOBB EOEHMEE FOUHD WITH H' 1 BULLET IN HIS MAD. V A ftar'elv'tr )UM fctoteb.d In Ms tUnd Wnsa K JHe'yered II Had Pravioualr Tried to b; ' 4y a Vela la IIU Wrlet-HIa JUIa- KF tlr. Unable to Explain 111 Hulctdo Hm, Writ UreaMd and tteemlnaly Happy. Hp, folk Toll cejnanConghlln, while on duty Hys ta Central Park shortly after 8 o'olock this Hk mdttilns, in startled by the sound of Bv; ptdt shot about tfeo hundred feet from the Kr-, bont-bouM. KL IlttftnUiehstllylnthat dlrsaUon,he 41. H corered the body of a well-dressed young Kj, , man. about iwe&tyyeara of age, with blood Htf flo'mff from an ugly bullet hole just over KJr ' the right ear. Tho woapon, a British bull Hr,' dogrevolTBr of 02-callbro, waa grasped in H' thbrishtband. KTft The Pflrk -ambulance waa quickly sum. B" rno8d..but Uio young man was d...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 May 1888

I 'iTimFlDgLY CIRCULATION. ft- JDAILY AVERAGE.I.'Mai ' ). H g ' "'jM r PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1888. PRICE ONti CENT, ifl V. ' " TTT -'Wnsaan flH 1 3 O'CLOCK ALL VOTED FOR IT. I ' ."The Evening World " Leotnre BiU i Bushed Through : i 1 Urtahlmously Approved In tho ' I Assembly. . J It Now Itomnln Onlr for Got. mil to Sign Fholpa'a Crowd Uninterested Id It A- semblyman NcKenna, Bars that lis Is I Happier Over It tban Orcr Any Other j I.rilalatlTe Oteainro Ha ETCr Took Pari. 1 ! rm:ciii.TOTinewoBU.l ,j Amaht, May 2. Tho Assembly passed a 'Tijood bill last night. It was not necessary to I ;.i Jeraploy bill brokers to rush it through either. undeed, not ono of tho things which Gen. 1 , : lusted stigmatizos as tho Yermin crawling I about tho Capitol building appeared at all , Interested in it. y , The moasuro referred to was introduced by i !plr. McKonna a few weoko ago at tho request J ipf The Evemno Would. It provided for ' Zfroo lectures evenings to tho wago-worko...

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. — 2 May 1888

HrK 'K'' THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, BIAY 2, 1888. . , BTtiaaaaaaaaaaaati aBefasTBL'Tf -' - , . ' ' , -aaa i mm KPf'.tfffl WORLD. E' .Br .t L'V 't'A1 fr Jeh CfcaijNreg. R'HM-' ' WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 2. ,B4. BXmBOHXBXtOlt XO mb evening H-i'iBe"' r 4 EDITION (Including Postage.), wMfWlt " U0NTII 30c't PXR TEAIi $3.B0. H''-Kj' VOl- 28 . NO. 9,752 KfcB BladUthratt-Offla at Nnr York m Meond-oliM B 9t nB'w mail matter. sbM Brr fi LnsBflgBrfc r ' j; ; : ftftW Circulation Books and Press Room KIP OPEN TO ALL, faK Tbb ciacuuTioH or tub m EVENING EDITION fctli the wrld HM pg& tba weak ending S-ttnrrtny, April 28. wss f '' ,fij, m tollowti Hi' II" Monday 96,380 H'v ifr Tuesday 97.480 i i Sfi Wednesday. 99,800 By i M'; TncnsDAY 99,9 1 0 K P' Fhiday. 100,350 & Jf' Saturday. 99,660 Bf ;' ?& , BE-'. -, '' Arre for the entire ATafn QQn l.m. Month of April lUUaUuU BK $ 3iC , z. l B ' rf THE EVENING WORLD has a $jf larger circulation than any Evoning R'F paper printod in English and i...

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. — 2 May 1888

Mr I ' THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENED, MJIX3, 1BB8. ' " ' ' iffilM M . TAMMANY HALL'S STAND. V ' M NO OBJECTIONS TO A UNION IF BIIE QET8 M WHAT SUE WANTS. H Wsj Will Da m. Great Election and tbe Wlr- P warn I Ntrongljr Fortified t'mtnllnr ;B Croker Looking After Tmnmnny'n Force, H and dlaarlce J. Power Watching Hint H for tbo Counties Opposition to Hewitt. H Tho local politicians are beginning to dis- H , onRs tlie quostion wbetlior there will be a nnion between Tnmmany Hall and tho H Oo.vnty Dernoorooy tills fall. Thoro is a dlf- H t oronce of opinion among tho caxnp.f ollowora H' of tho two organizations, whllo tho loaders aro not vonting their opinion. As far as H Tammany Hall is ooncerned, its ohief s do not H. appear to be anxious whether there is or is B not a union. Fire Commissioner ilichard Orokor is tbe V acknowledged chief of the Wigwam lorces H and is as reserved as he is decisive He may V , be said to bo in favor of a union, but it may Wf also bo said thntt ho will never c...

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. — 2 May 1888

Br 'i1 ' THEWOULDiWEDNESbAY EVENING, MAYS, 1688:' W KB : that thack depression kB t; " K'l BdMETllIKa ABOUT TilE BA1LK0AD TROU- KH . liLB AT TflEMONT AND ITS CAUSE., k1 HS '' Hank N. Camp. One of Tremont'. Most rep- BfS-iHrc lr Cltlena Telia What lie Know on BbEbbB? Babjectlle Hay llio Westchester kILbK ' "lme"" Attneked Hint Heennse lie W-R?i i Wonld Nat Advertise In Thnt Taper. M? H?i yrhttx the fcUn to dcprois the Hudson ltltrer Hall- jfi'lHL toad tracks from Harlem throosti Tremont and the 'AHi tBJblovetnent of. (tie station at tnc latter nlaco JvKf. wis dntflgliBtcdlt met with gcucral approval on 3HrH e part ol the propertj-ownora and rcsldontB of '15 HP TrtDjont The matter was flnt agitated early lait iMeVt foil, tint when the plan ot Improvement became 'IKi, known there ra a decided objection to it. Ttio rTflEf tWecUon related to the nelnltt of the bridge that tBK'' traa to have rdn from WashlnKton to Webster avo- t''BV'' a0B and "" '"ProTcment at tho Tremont atatlon, iifj H&...

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. — 2 May 1888

H PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1888. , PRICE ONE CENT. . M EXTRA LAST JEPITiOfy, ' THOMAS B. KERR ON TRliL. jjmt iebUoned for ins 'conKeotionwitii H THE BROADWAT BRIBERY. lB Tie Werk or Gettlna; W Jary Doarun.nnd; QH Likely to Prove a Dlfflcalt TWt many jH Cm)dl"lntc for the Box Jtxcraoed by the, f.H rretecnlloD for.JJIae A Htronaj Array or jH Lnwjcra Rally Around Iho Defendant. JM In tho Court of Oyer and Terminer today, (H before Justico Patterson, began tho trial for H bribery of Thomas B. Itorr, formerly, Treas JmWM xirer of tho Broadway and Sovonth Avermo 'tH Railroad. , UMj Kerr was indicted with Jacob-Sharp, Jam.ts H A. Richmond and James W. Foshay, of the MM railroad company, and John Koonon, ex.Al- MM derman Bobert E. Dp Laoy and ox-Beading j MM Clerk William H. Moloney, of the Board of H Aldermon of 1884, for the bribery of Alder . Ml man Ludolph A. FuUgraff and twonty-one i MM of his colleagues. I MM Ho was represented by ex-Judgo Noah 5 MM Davis, Congressm...

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

WMWWT m'J'fsmm3aaE-L........-isscji,.l..J.,-'..r.r.r,''... .. v . .. .T . . --- -j- .I-y . Tl...;.tiv-.T -. - ..., t. . '.'. n. . .. . .. JM Hr jMB& MMil A frees AUHfXtof Oravag. Kw1' WEDNESDAY EVENINO, MAY 2. saW'iMK $vxicxppzoir to xmb xirxitzso hi jS XBXtXOtr (XiutuMng Pottagr), Mm !B TXXM01WB, 30c. f PER YSAIi, $8.50. L ' Kp VOL. 28..'.. , NO. 9,732 L jr IsmlaHBtH - iii I' . Hh.l btanAMtiMFatt-OBM t ItwTrkUMm4-UM Wmi, , ' mail natter. BS: r ::::r K K OUciilatlsH Books and Press Rooi HT' $H ' T191 CUOVUTtOX Or TBI K X EVENINGEDITION K S ' THE WORLD EfJ' VLf "dln Sitnriay, April 28. wu LalEM 'R '"w' H. ' Monday 96,380 mW'i k Tuesday 97480 WW XI Wednesday.., 99,800 j & Thdhbdat . 99,910 Hr f Fbidat. 100,350 jfc ; Satubday. 99,660 m ' I 'ass .ri.:''.: 100,930 B1 - ' K v THE EVENING WORLD has a Bpl ! larger circulation than any Evening Bp,. j I papr printed In English and is not Bb, - afraid to publish Its figures or opon Hffc f Its books to the public. fll I j? VOTE FOB A VE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 May 1888

jyErpT'ww i Ji --' ' ' ' " ial'"JM M TAMMAUY ' SAIIS -STAND; . 1 s0 OBJECTIONS TO A UHION IP'SBH GET8 '. -ffHAT BOB WANTS. rtlevVW B Grant Eleellop and the W ( .ram lo Btronaily Fortined-t'ommlaslener t tt0,erilookln After Tammnny'aFerees, j ,,, Jlanrlce J. Power Waichlaa; Illm (,t Ihe Conntlen Opposition te Uewltt. The local politician! ore beginning to dis r ua the question whether thoro will be a nnlon between Tammany Hall and the 1 County Domooraoy this fall. Thoro U ft dlf. r (ertsco of opinion among the camp-follower 0 tbe two organizations, whllo the leaders r ut cot Tenting their opinion. As far as Tuomany Hall is concerned, Its obiefs do not appear to be anxious whether there is or is Sot union. i Fire Commissioner Aiohard Crokcr is the t acknowledged chief of the Wigwam forces 1 I md it as retorved as he is decisive. He may I be stid to bo in favor of a union, bat it may I ' tiio be said that he will never oonsent to a ; union upon forms not satisfactory to himself i nd th...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 May 1888

awawaewaewaewaeneaLewaewaewaewaewaewaewaewS Wiwmhwiii.m i iiiumwihh " aawewawei "" '" ' " " ' !! ji i iiii ''''"i nnln i n I .a i n sjawaaawae ewaaayaaa-ai eewaeaawaawaeai aaawa seeawaaojwai aaawaswa j. T; nfcae.il PSORWttiffik Pint fl(M f :tK9 i,ufc86tt Wtanrttf fcttuf with ? A BULtET fct inrf Md. $,, A KoWvcr.fom Clqfcli'ed In Ilia rfnnit When tt " lil.coTCM.1-no Unit rrcVloo.fr "TrlfJ to sfjU Opn a Vrla In III Wrl.t-IIIj Keln- SW tlvea TJanbla to Kxplaln ilia Suicide , " Will Droned and Heetntngiy Happy. fir Par pdlfceman Couchlln, -while on duty fjR 'la Central Park shortly after 8 o'clock this W , toornlrif. was startled by the sound' of a pistol shot about two hundred feet from the Wouso., , t-V Running hastily In that dlroction, ho dis- ff poycreil the body of a well-dressod yotiuc ?ft Jnafi', flbotit twenty yO&rs of age, with blood & flowing frotn an ugly bullet nolo just over '' thi r'icnt car. Tho weapon, a British bull- ' doff revolver of S2-calibre, was crnsped i...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 May 1888

BSlESMlB iPf- IDAilYlVERAGEp I jririrj J887. YBAiw,oF : jHj TSS fr55S? . - . S EfrSE BY 1755?--v " f M PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. fi RAGING' WASHINGTON RAGES. Sixth Day of the Jookoy Club's Spring Meeting. National Handicap Won by Bill Daly's Bourbon. Tho Other Racos Won by Duke of Bourbon, Langar, Golden Reel and Will Davis. JudittJ. it. Kellr. J. O. McOuin and Meat. Lnclen Yen Da. TtmtriY. M. Draner and Snowde n Andrews. iartrr Jamee Sheridan. ISrKLllI. TO TDK WOULD. I Itt city lucn Track, Washington, D. c., May 2. Tho weather la very cool, anil la made omewli.it pcuetratlng by a ircsh '.rcczo blowing directly luto trie stand. Tbs quntt'T stritrh, bbw ever.ls well sprinkled, so tliut thert nut littlj un nojunce from duu. The racing Logan with tho tVfca'. c; i strong lavoilte.rrank Ward being ueatc. .. . i. ;.it raco by Date of Bourbon. Butltuai a strut jer case of Bourbon In tbe aecond race, Dill Daly horae of that name winning tbe Nattonr" H...

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

BF' t THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING," MAY 2. 1888. 4 I THE WORLD. Hi' WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 2. kx mmacnxrTiox xo run jsvehiso WW EDITION (Including l'oiti0'), Wt ISR MONTH, 30c. FVIl YEAR, $3.60. Mk VOL. 28 NO. 9,752 fifi Entered at the Poit-OGoo t Nrw York M Meond-elut rip mall matter. GL Circulation Books and Press Room If OPEN TO ALL. Jflj: Tuk OiBotruiTioiv or TBI EVENINGEDITION fiat H - THE WORLD jar tor th wetk ndln Sntnnlny, April 28. wu 'jjw u follnwi: Monday 96,380 gf Tuesday 97,480 Wednesday.: .;v..,.. 99,800 , Thursday 99,910 if Friday. 100,350 H Saturday., 99,660 I AHSff irAVMflS0T930i THE EVENING WORLD has a largor circulation than any Evening ffl paper printed in English and is not II afraid to publish its figures or opeji t its books to tho public. 'm zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz m VOTE FOR A VETO. & Through the friendly co-opcrntlon of (he Uf police and tho managers of tho ball grounds, (M The EvENiNa World has placed ballot-boxes K nt tho Folo Grou...

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. — 2 May 1888

fcgTaa Egjia)liMWBM L- THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1888. 5' jfl XAMMANY HALL'S STAND. 0 OBJEOnONB TO A UNION IP SnE GETS tYJIAT SUB WANTS. rili Will Be a Great Election and the Wlxj. warn ! Stronnlj Fortified Comnilgaloner Croker Looking; After Tnmmntij'i Forces, ti Ataurlce J. rower Wnichlng Illni far the Coqntle. Opposition to Hewitt. The local politicians nro bogtnning to dis cuss the quostion whether thoro will bo a nniou between Tammany Hall and tho County Democracy this fall. Thoro is a dif ference of opinion among tho cmnp-followors of tho two organizations, whilo tho loaders ue not venting their opinion. As far as Tanimany Hall is concerned, its chiefs do not tppear to bo anxious wbother thero is or is sot a union. Fire Commissioner .Richard Orokor is tho jcknowlo'ged chlof of tho Wigwam lorces gad is as roiorvod as ho is decisive. Ho may be 6ul to bo iu favor of a union, but it may also bo said that ho will nov or consent too nniou upon tonus not satisfactory to hi...

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. — 2 May 1888

figF 4 TIIE WORLD: WEDNESDAY ETEMNG, MAY 2, 1888.1 1 If WENT TO THE PARK TO DIE. Ik W TOUNQ TnEODOUB KOEIWER FOUND WITH R' A BDLLLT IN HIS HEAD. CM, k J. ReTolvtr HUH Clutched In III Itnml When J DlacoYcreil He Hurt PreTlonnlr Tried to $ Open n Vein In III Wrl.t-III. Itrln- I3J" tires Unable to Exnlnln Ills Pulrlile WjP-. Well Drened nnd Wermlnnly IlnppT. fje Park Policeman Couchlin. while on duty Jgi . in Control Park shortly fitter 8 o'clock this &( morning, was startled by tlio sound of n fiBi pistol shot about two hundred foot from tho k boat-house Em Banning hastily in that diroction, ho dls. j5j? covered tho body of o woll.drossod younc Cw, man, nbont twonty years of ago, with blood wf flowing from an ugly bullot hole just oTor !m tho right car. Tho weapon, a Ilritish bull- tRf ' dog rovolvor of 32-ciillbre, was graspod in M tho right hand. fjL Tho Park ambnlanco was quickly sum- ". Tnoncd. but tho young man was dead boforo M' its arrival. m From loltcrsl found in his pock...

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