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

TAUNTWITH SUPERSTITION! -l7 Iimioim 1 "rWDAYP, "IIAINY WEDDINO MORN)," oVc, .. SS vM sH lIT TV.? I" V fl0 J V 4 "l l ''H vffB rare wonzn exploded ran y. VkrlMx Ivil llliTrvr fflHf""! T ?fl Jll 1'.bt'$ I Bto S aSjSga PX m& I ' JH iFCKr WO VltJS TJIIXTEEX MXTJt TTITU 1 1 1 1 PW (1 l i - ffl Mi ill 1 rill I k VOPIE 1 H JTJ iniJlTJilUT SOLID J'iOW Of TJTJS? 3Ll jAll jflL IIa wT JnflFlllW RlfJalnfl 2l IrSl OlJ UfliN 111 1; l? r V&.'VlV' (ft iiJLI fill 111 i . iiiiiiwinfiiitWiT?iiwiiuwut 3 Mm JMTOI'XH'a" TTXJVT5 JFOJI TrJIM M MF HylMMWft IK BvM 'IwMV IwiU VNW' P V Tt. rtuHaewB Ofllco and Emln1.r l SJoo.,. J JH cosusamxr wfr J fflHWHJtHUMUaiHaiBSC J .. LI Ei.. ILMJ nt v V NS OVER 104 MILLIONS A YgABLJ V-M PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 3; 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 9 5 O'CLOCK EXTRA GOOD-BY HOTEL SHELBURN. AN AUCTION SALE FOLLOWS TIIE DISAP PEARANCE OF PROPRIETOR BLINN. The Hotel'i Honsehold Goods Coins Off" nt Low Frloee Uncle Unfit Ilnloli Inveato In a. Fly-SpecUed I.mnp nnd ...

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. — 3 May 1888

gggganaaaaMlilEagWav ', fivf' 'rvtwrr' r wt r ',fvv.,ifwWw P IH " Wlri THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1888. K THE WORLD. K THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3. WPfl1 gVBBOBIPlioiT TO THE EVENING BffjL EDITION (Including Postage), ft ijB jtfOJ?wr, soc. .pjwj tsar, $3.00. ml VOL. 28 NO. 9,793 Mb? ' Or Batsrtd at th Poct-Offlo at Nw Toe m Moond-eUu Hk null mitUr. fit (circulation Books and Press Room H OPEN TO ALL. Eff Tm ouoruTtoK or m II EYENING EDITION 11' THE WORLD W? tat lb wtk nUnc Saturday. April 88 wm Kfl?, M follows I Hi Monday .. 96,380 mt Tuesday 97,480 tft Wednesday 99,800 m Tbubsday 99,910 p Friday .... 100,350 H$ Satubday. 99,660 KK I ss S'A'VUr. 100,930 THE EVENING WORLD has a II larger circulation than any Evoning E paper printed In English and is not is, afraid to publish its figures or open (Jf Its books to tho public. jsL OOTJHTBY Vfl OITY, & Tho movement of the honkers to secure it jffi repeal of the Saturday Half Holiday Law Ere. would not have mot with even a partial...

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. — 3 May 1888

. THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 3. 1838. v'$l SEND IN THE PETITIONS. 0ff JB THE HUB TO ANNIHILATB THE WALKEB REPEAL BILL. agr. nlll I Merely Waiting to near the Volee of the People Before Vetoing the HnlMloIldny Repeal Sleainre " The (renin World's" Fight for the reopl.'a ll(hte Fopnlar With All. Got. mil's expressed desire to consult the wishes of the peoplo in the matter of the re. Pl of the Saturday Half.Hollday law li taring a good result. Tho stream of Evenino Wosid petitions asking tho Governor to veto li Walker bill has crown to a torront. Got. Hill should bo overwhelmed with these petitions at once. Thoroisno time to be lost. Every name counts, tho samo as in voting. It is hopod that these protests will bury the Walkor repeal measuro as deop ns though tho Staten Island hills stood over it. Bend in tho petitions to.day 1 The liveliest interest is taken in TitE Even. 00 World's crusade. Everybody signs the PSerst. 'lIcNamarn, of tho Grand Central gob-station, put his name 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. — 3 May 1888

Br' 4 THE "WORLD . THURSDAY EVEmftG, MAY 3, 1888. 11 ft, X HOLSKE SAYS CASH WAS USED. HL, tb And pmllips "saw" baldockat MM' TUB FlQnT in FRANCE. Kf$r 1 Good Tjmplr, Could Unva Got the PIUt Bfttl- fsr gallWan la the Twentyfamitli itoiina KIL- m Jtrul Mitchell Repented UnTsilr Hir- TuCtleS Halike' Ntartllnc Htntoment Hip Made la it Teller lo the Fabllrw WfifL ' imcut to na womo.i B- BogTOJt, May 8. The followlrin; sUttHnu KjT? letter appear in the Herald this morning i v "In dofenie of myself I am forced to Kfe glte few Inside facts of the late fight in Hp France between John L. fintlivau and K Charles Mitchell which may, donbtless, bo r&' of interest to those rho ore of a sportlro tarn HSf of mind. pk " I was a'spccUtor at the ring sldo and a Wmf ttrona Bulliran mau throughout. As a pro Bfjki lltulnary. I wish to stato that to my mind any Kip man, however pood ho may be, will find it Wtk- noxt to Impossible, when ho has been attacked JtK With tho shakos and is minus the use of t...

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. — 3 May 1888

.i iS - '-J -t . -TPv i "Brl v " ';"" "t-t -. . x TOgai ' TT"1 '" ' """"ti " ' ' ":''- ym : AVAUNTWITH SUPERSTITION 1- lmwoRLi)ciwiitH.,Tt.r.uw,Ai ' " ' J "; L .r,rg llLi WWTTT foVEtt 104 MILLIONS A YEl'l PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. H i RAGING THE IVY CITY RACES ; "Kid" PMmer Beats Garrison and Donohue in a Drive, He Captures the First Race With 6111 Daly's Paymaster. Belle d'Or, Little Barefoot, Tom Hood and Bronzomarte Also Win. i " Judft-J. H. Kelly. If. Holllnsahead and 7. II. Hall. 1 J Itm.rt K. M. Draney and Snowdsn Andrews. Starttr June Sheridan. IsrzciAL to the wqiild.I Ity Out Hacs Tbaox, Washington, D. C, , Maya Tho National Jockey Club nre again fa ! vored wit a a beautiful day in the matter of weather. Tho attendance continues large, tho ladles as uiual predominating In tho stand. Tno track la In fine condition and the racing opened with a tremendous surprise by BUI Daly's Par master boating tho favorites, Lottery and Itomp, ' ridden ...

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. — 3 May 1888

K; ' THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1888. . r- K THE WORLD. B THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3. rBpN BxmsaiiXFiioiT to ths etbsiiio K'f XDHIOX (Including Toilagt), KP PER itONTU, 30c.; PER YSAIi, $3.B0. Hj' VOL 28 NO. 9,733 Kf Entartd at the Post-Offloe t Hew York u second-class H ' mall matter. I ' B Circulation Books and Press Room Bf OPEN TO ALL. P ' TBI CUOUULTIOK OF TBI If EVENINGEDITION B&fe or B THE WORLD . fot tb vttk tndiDt Hnlnrlart April 88 wu rDjptr follow: KM. Monday 96,380 K& Tuesday. 97,480 k' Wednesday. 99,800 E$ Thursday 99,910 tt Friday. 100,350 B, - Saturday 99,660 ' tsag 'rApr''--007930 H&' I THE EVENING WORLD has a Wmt larger circulation than any Evoning M& paper printed' in English and is not Rf afraid to publish its figures or open Eft Its books to tho public. H mm OOUHTBY VB CITY. Km'. The movement of tbo bankers to secure a BET repeal of the Saturday Half Holiday Law KrE' mmld not have met with even a partial suc- BfiE ccis but for tho help of th...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 May 1888

THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1888.' i Tvll EDUCATION'S TEMPLE - I Homo Needed for tho People'e Freo Leotures. proposing to Found It by Popular Subscriptions. Apprnrnl Kxpreed by PbllnntliropUU and Friend of rroa-re New York aiut Hare buch nn Institution to Keep Up to tbe Front Chicago Ilai One Already Invaluable to Working- Men and Women A Wide Field ol Uaefnlne Indicated. Tne Evenino Woiild has received tho fol. lowinc communication : jtlAt CtliliT cf Th F.fMnt World: The Evenino Woiild's persistence in tho direction of securing public improvement, morally nudothcrwiRO, cannot fall of fruitful results. The great body of pcoplo in this city fcol tho need of o public-spirited journal like tho senior and tho junior Would to point out to thorn those things most wantod and tho manuor in which tho samo may bo practically applied for tho common good. Your fight for freo lectures is a splendid stroko iii tho right direction. Bocuro that boon and you will win tho undying gratitudo of...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 May 1888

;; the would . Thursday evening, buy 3, ltm 1 B? OLSKE SAYS CASH WAS USED. Ka i Wf2 HE AKD rniLLlPS "BAW" 11AM)0CK AT Wjj& THE F1QUT IN FRANCE. H iA flood Vmplro OonM Hare flat the right HB ' lor BnlIIran In tho Tarentyfourtli Itoiinil Bf oa at aTonl Mitchell Itrpeateil Unfair Hm ' TsuHle IIolake Htnrlllna rltntcmcnt Hftf Made In n Iicttcr to the rablle. HW ' rtncui. TO TH WORLD, t Ht J)08ton, May 3. Tlio following startling KT letter appear in tho Herald this morninc : mV vv"Iu (lefonso of mynolf I nm forced to R'l c'vu u fow lusido facts of tho Into fight in Kb Franco between John L. Sullivan and Hf Obtrlo Mitchell which may, doubtless, bo K,: of InUroit to thou who aro of a sportivo turn R of mind. Hf " I was "spectator at tho ring tide and a H& (strong Sullivan man throuchout. As a pre. H llnilnary. I wish to itato that to my mind any B' man, howovor good ho mny be, will find it KP, next to Impassible,, when ho has boon attacked wKJ' with the shades ecd I minua tho uo of...

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. — 3 May 1888

1 jlv AUNT WITH SUPERSTITION rtfi"" mimmmmMMmmi ' "a rEOPLE'B" WANTS " FOJJ THllVE NLJ JJr fr' MPMtr-jlKtfViwHW wiT 'V ivi jliU M 'S&HYx' 5 Vj5fc Tim llntlnet QlTIno and lbmmlalng lb Hotta, 1 f? . D1 8 iwhw f-iBH w w v.tr ..-wai i&iMJSSIUsia v r v v- OVER 104 MILLIONS A YEAR.l 'JH PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. S EXTRA LAST EDITION. GOOD-BY HOTEL SHELBUM. AN AUCTION BALE FOLLOWS THE DI8AP- PEABANCE OP PROPRIETOR BLINN. The Hotel' Household Goad Coin? OIT at Low Prlcea Uncle Hutu Ilnteli Inveala In n Flj-SpecUed Lamp and m. Ilrdstrnd for a Few Ilollnra Proprietor Illlnn Dote Not lteturn to Hid nt the Male. Until about a week ago the Hotol Shel burn, nt Fifth avenue and Thirty-sixth street, was ttio homo of many New Yorkers of means To-day it is desertod by boarders and is invaded by an eager hordo of bargain seekers, who arc bidding on its elegant fur nitnro, which is being sold under the auc tioneer's hammer. The building 1b a portion of tho...

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. — 3 May 1888

HPV' ' THE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1688. . M W TWE WORLD. I THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3. Ks l'f BxmaonzpxioN to xnit btekino HS 'jSDXTIOJf (Including Voltage), Bfe! 'jPERUONTB, 30c. PJJ 2X4.1?, $3.50. Wjkt ' VOL 28 NagjM EA .fru . , ' gg . ,Xntrlfttthrott.Offle at New York m Moond-elua MLhi' r mall mature HaUL - " IfiT' " -iiT i -' ...Tr" H&Jj f - . -- wk ...Circulation Books and Press Room Ef -. OPEN TO ALL. w$ Tux Ciucolxtiok or th If '"" EVENING EDITION mm THE WORLD WgR.,, lot ihi wmV Bdin Nulnrrlay, April SB. w" P$to ti followi. Wf, ' Monday ....'.".. 96,380 JP Tuesday 97,480 m Wednesday 99,800 m. TnunsDAY 99,910 m - Fbiday. 100,350 ; Satubday 99,660 gjF. Avonce for tbo entire. f(T OQft -ft; '" Month of April JlMMiO&J , THE EVENING WORLD has a H ' larger circulation than any Evening M paper printed in English and is not m afraid to publish its figures or opon f its books to the public. M,l? 1 I I -' ' I...- I . OOUNTEY VB CITY. Wp' J Tho movement of tho bankers to s...

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. — 3 May 1888

M - . THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 3. 1888. i V3H j SEND IN THE PETITIONS. i (Off IB TOE TIME TO ANNIHILATE THE WALKER REPEAL BILL. "! iter. Hill ! Merely Wnltlnsr to Ilenr the Tolee of tlie Toople Hrfore Vetoing; the JIair-Ilolldar tlepenl Measure " The It : Erenlns World's Flht for the People lllfbu Popular With All. u Gov. nill's expressed ilcsiro to consult tho Irishes of tho peoplo in tho matter of tho ro- 1 peal of tho Saturday Half.Uoliday law is having a cood result. Tho stream of Evemino 2 Would potltions asking Iho Governor to veto it tho Walker bill has crown to a torront. f Oov. Hill should bo overwhelmed with ' these petitions at once. Thoro is no timo to r. he lost. Evory natno counts, tho samo as in i voting. It is hoped that theso protests will bury tho Walker repeal moasuro as deop as t- though tho Staten Island bills stood over it. ' Send in tho potitions to-day I 1 The liveliest intorest is taken in The Even- wo Wobld'b crusado. Evorybody signs the petitions. ...

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. — 3 May 1888

ET ; "V ' i THE WORLD; THURSDAY EVE1VING, MAY 3, I8H8. " ' K llOLSRESAYSCASIIWASDSED. Hi ' Wmk " HL KB Aft) PHILLIFS "SAW" IJAT.DOCKAT Hi TUB FIQHT IN FRANCE m . & A, Good Cmpir t'onlrt llnye C4ot th Fight B J flollWnn Id lit Twenty-fourth Round H on Fanl Mltehell Repealed Unfair fljl; Tactic HoUke'e Uartllnar Mlntiment Et -Mad la ft totter to tb Fubllc aSBEV p imaiL to m woli.i K-- ' Borrow. May 8. The followlnc startllns K leiter appears in tlio Herald this uiorniuR i flfc "In dofeiiso of injU I am forced to Hg' ' giro a few lusMn facts of Uio late fight In B Prance tiolweon John L. SalKrau und BR Charles Mltolicll wliioh may, doubtless, be of Interest to those who arc of a tpoitlra turn Hf of mind. Mf " X was a'spocUitor at the ring side and a BC strong Sullivan man throughout. As a pro. BjC llnilnary, IwUli to state that to my mind any B man, howover good be mny be, will find it f Beit to impossible, wbon bohasbecn attacked Hk with the shakes and is minus tbo uo of the B7 ar...

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. — 3 May 1888

AVAI1NTW1TH SUPERSTITION ZW JTiwoRro m FltHIAYK. "ItAINY WEDniNOniOUNH,&c, . f "TC SS W cljlnX " V rtO & " & 1 'B L, grcj OVER 1 04 y.jf-f-'ONSAYEAR.H j)9 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 3 O'CLOCK BARGAIN-HUNTERS JOYFUL. FLOCKING TO AN AUCTION SALE AT TIIE HOTEL 8HELLURN. The Hotel's Honiehnld Goods Going OIT nt Iiow Prices Uncle Unfits Hatch Invests In FlySpeeLed Lamp nnd a Iledetead for a Few Oollaro Proprietor Blinn Dora, Not Ileturn to Hid nt the Hale. Until about a week ago tho Hotel Sliol burn, at Fifth avonuo and Thirty-slxth street, was tho homo of many Now Yorkers of means To-day It is dosortod by boarders snd is invaded by an eager hordo of bargain $cckcrs, who aro bidding on its elegant fur niture, which is being sold under tho auc tioneer's hammer. Tho building is a portion of the great ABtor citato, and its lessees woro Homer L. and Willis N. Blinn, brothers. Homer L. Blinn, the senior partner, had been ill for a long timo. H...

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. — 3 May 1888

BSK ft . THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1888. U , PTHE WORLI). mK$it rwMuAe y rnn PtAUMng Omptmy, Wm?' THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3. Hot .KBioaxpTXow to Tim evening WSjCA EDITION (Including l'ottagt), mt v '" FSB MONTH, 30c. ; rER YEA.lt, $3.B0. MM, VQU 28 , NO. 9.733 Si," JSntsredatthePoet-Ofllee t New Yockas second-class nA mall matter. m0 , W'. emulation Books and Press Room Mp OPEN TO ALL. WiM TBI ClRCULATIOH Or Till mt- EVENINGEDITION 1, THE WORLD Kim 'or too "aln Haiturdny, Aprlf 28. was HSSfV M follows I Ep' Monday 96,380 Wy Toebday 97,480 j Wednesday. 99,800 m' ' TmmBDA 99,910 g& Pmdat 100,350 if Sattodat 99,660 S. aaar iv &.:?!!.: 100,930 Hfe THE EVENING WORLD has a Ipv'i larger circulation than any Evoning WM, ' paper printed In English and Is not 1m afraid to publish its flguros or opon Jtm its books to tho public. ijijp OOUNTBY VB OUT. in The movement of tbo bankers to boooto n B,!f' repeal of the Saturday Half Holiday Law K& would not.hnvo mot with ovon a pa...

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. — 3 May 1888

, TIIE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1888. 'IS ; '!JH SEND IK THE PETITIONS. I0ff IS THE TIME TO ANNIHILATE TIIE WALKER REPEAL BILL. fi.r Hill Me1 "'lln to ,,enr ,he Vulee of Iho People llflore Vetoing; the Inlf.llolldxy lleprnl Measure -" The Jvenlna World's" Fight for the People' Right Popnlnr With All. Gov. Hill's expressed doslro to consult tho ulsbes of tho people in tho matter of tho ro. tcl of the Saturday Half-Holiday law is having o cood result. Tho stream of Eveniko Would petitions nuking tho Govornor to veto the Walker bill has crown to a torront. Gov. Hill should bo overwhelmed with these petitions at onco. Thcro is no timo to bo lost. Every name conntR, tho samo as In ntine. It Is hoped that these protests will Imrv tho Walker repeal measure-- as doepni thoiich tho Statcn Island hills stood over it. Bend in tho petitions to-day! The liveliest interest is takon in TnE Even ,ho World's crusado. Evorybody signs tho P8eret!8'McNamara. of tho Grand Central rab-station. put...

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. — 3 May 1888

W )' A TIIE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1B88. J m "WERE RAGPICKERS WORK. w?; fL', ,' ECEfES AMONG DDMP8 AND BHANTIE8 mjjfc " ALONG TUE B1VEK FUOKT. HEK treasure. Found In Aah.C'nrts Families &. Find All Tbclr Furl far Dining In the H ' 1lleapa) f Uefusti Women nnd Children Kft;'' Assist Ihe Men Tlio llonts flfnUe llnlds Wt" on line of Hones nnd Cinder. Hf" Yesterday afternoon scores of Itolls.ni, little KTi Atnertcan children tad goati wero bosllj engaged Hjjj rooting np the rcftus In the ssh-ticips at Filth are- Rljf' cue and tho Harlem ltlvcr. ThU place, commonly Kt," called "The Damp," extends from Fifth arcane K$i" to the water' edge. At the bottom of tnouomD all Bk loru of garbage, tin pana and wooden boxta float 1'' aroandon the muddr water. On the top of the Bjffr damp brssrrjj aons of Hair, with their wires and H families, all corcrcd from head to foot with ashes, HSh we worxlnj like bearers, sorting old shoes, rags, Wjs' bones and papers. "Ino men haadlo pitchforks...

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. — 4 May 1888

IgAliNT WITH SUPERSTITION I 0f- imrmMMmM JttivWK. "UAiNY wnnniNn morn," &&, v ""fr SjjP iSois fV -v " yNVV0 3P 'SPa Jjfl PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 'S EXTRA LAST EDITION, BISKED HIS LIFE TWICE. BOILNDSMAN 61IIELD3 RESCUES FOUR LITTLE OSES AT A FIRE. Tiro Trip Through fetlfllns: Fumes nnd Thick Hmnko Into a llumlng Seventh Avenue Tenement-House to HnTO rhlldren For Kin ten by Their 1'nrent Sleeping? Ten nnta Aroused Into Terror The louci. Tho building at 349 and 851 Seventh avenue is a four-story marble-front Btructurc, with Ikores on tho ground floor and tenements Above. ' Early this morning tho building began to ffill with stifling fumes and sinoko. coming nroin tho basement, and at about 4.40 it was Uiscorerod that thero was a firo under Oscar Hirauso's drug store. Tho blaze had started fomong a lot of acids and other chemicals, and bhe burning of such stuff gavo to tho fumes their particularly dangerous character. m Atoue ed from Bleep ...

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. — 4 May 1888

lllMiiWBMMMlBHHBBP HL t'fi THE WORLD; FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1888. , f ' Wp: THE WORLD. K,V' fiMiM ty ( J"r ruUUM'l (Smrw. jBf ' FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 4, rB& BUSSOIIXl-TJON JO TUB XVESXSO Kf,x EDITION (Including Poitagr), ,B"' PER UONTII, 30c. f PER YEAR, $S.BO. H VOL 28 NO. 9,754 HLt ' &Und at Um TMl-Offla at New Tock w aecond. disss tET malt matter. jH' Circulation Books and Press Room SI OPEN TO ALL. Kl': Tnc CiaccuiTioK or Tnx - EVENINGEDITION H THE WORLD Mfc te lbs mk endlni HntnrlP.y, April 28. was HE ss follow! i H Monday 96,380 'Kj, Tuesday 97,480! rH' Wednesday 99,800 fjH'v Thursday 99,9 1 Oj m. Fbiday. 100,350 E Satdeday 99,660 iH& ATcrae far the entlrei "flfifh QOft jHff BUnlh f April HJU,OaU; Hf THE EVENING WORLD has a KL larger circulation than any Evening .'K paper printed in English and Is not jK afraid to publish its figures or open J.RI Its books to tho public. mi E BAvnra the half holiday. IHfeu Tho bleeest petition over presented to Got. jVjf TTtt.t. wil...

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. — 4 May 1888

. A FIRST-RATE IDEA. Build a Hall for tho Freo Lootures, tho Feoplo Say. pich and Poor Would Bo Glad to Contributo Towards It jt I.nok m If the Project Mlaht Be Jtenllzeil tit No Distant l)ny Ncvr Han (rations llrauslit Out on tlio Hnbjectt the More It la C'onnldered Tlio Time Klpe for Just Such a Finn The limitation . Would Do of Orent Tnlne to the Public. ' Tlio suggestion printed in The Etenino ' "Would yesterday of the establishment by tho people of a ball of education for tho people lias met with tlio warmest kind of reception. Everybody expresses approval of tho idea and wonders why Now York bas been so long without such an institution. The project proposed is a direct outcomo of Tue Evenino Would Freo Lecturo bill. l'coplo saw tbo great benefits likely to re sult from tbo lecturos, and ono friend of tho bill went further and asked whero the lec tures would bo bold. Thinking ovor this point he conceived tho idea of n ball built by popular subscriptions, and at ouco wrote to Th...

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

K -'V tf ' THE WORLD : FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1988. ' I STERN BROS. I MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S I SUITS AND CLOAKS. k We are now offering I Scotch Gingham Dresses at 98c. & $1.23. Hi Made in one piece, sizes from 4 to 12 years. I Flannel and Cashmere Dresses at $4.50. K Made in one piece, sizes from 4 to 12 years. 1 Fancy Cheviot Cloth Jackets Reduced to I $2.89, $3.25 and $4.25. Ke With or without Hoods, sizes from 12 to 16 years. MW I Gretchen Coats at $4.50, $5.50 & $7.50. Mf ' All Wool, with Capes or Silk-Lined Hoods. Kf Sizes from 4 to 12 years. Kf All the above represent Decided Bargains, I 32, 34& 36 West 23d St. Hi - I B. ill k CO. m . BOYS' I SCHOOL SUITS, ft ; $3.75 and 5.50. 1 DRESS SUITS, H $6.75 and $7.85. 1 18tlSU9tUt.!iii6tllre. m (18th St. Station Elevated Road.) K BANKING AND FINANCIAL. B TO THE STOCKHOLDERS B OF TUB 1 HicbiondTernialCo. PK? Th. CIUCUI.AU containing POINTS on whloh PE& INFORMATION WILL I1E DEhlHED AT HRV THE NEXT GENERAL MEETING o( the ...

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