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

' 1AVAUNTWITH SUPERSTITION! ' '"""" ' -W- ?- ,-w Imcaai. BnlDAVu. "rain wunoiNo morn," &e.. , y- 9i?5SiiI!C I iK tf0 rf A $& '"fl tdB j zvckt movjih iitiJiTXEN Mrrir with till III d n7ffiSy?All Anlini I tI lfTnPraf!)1 vVkWJ lPmiMA??f7liMTi (lm h tow'" 9 IffllH HV 1 fTIII " CpPlE 'iM jr iTsxttirtTKUK solid vAar.s of tub l9Lr mil IK IWMr- iMllWfllm OlMllOn fyllL: ul IF Vm 1r 11. I 1 I 111 III I .iiiiiiiii,..,i..u.o ,JH I'EOI'IjK'B" WANTS FOltTllltEi: j8jBjBT VfiF So ilMblk''llRlHUl(ll( LljU aJlvflvlLwlull wlPlll) Lli 'I IHl vSWi rwfcfcm sV N!1 C lVJk. 1 $ The llnalnr.a Onlro nnd i:v..nilntnA-tho Hook. 1 aBj PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 4. 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. fl RACING EXTRA WASHINGTON RAGES. Last Day of a Brilliant and Success ful Meeting. The Favorites Make Nearly a Clean Sweep. Patrocles, Sam Brown, 8am Har per, Richmond and Welling ton the Winners, JuduS. O. MoGnln, J, II. Holliit.r ul Geo. M. flours F. M. Draner and Snowden Andrews. lanr Juno. Sheridan. llfECUL ...

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

tTT;-- ' ' " ' ' " THE WORM): FRIDAY EYEKIIVG, MAY4, 1688, '. f "Mfi. P Ithe world. H'(' Vllfiftxf y flk IYim rHM Caw". HjL FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 4. Ht' BVXtsami'Tios xo the nrr.xisa HJ EDITION (Inetutlttiff l'onUiy), vl per month, 30c; per yea u, .f3.no. H; VOL 28 NO. 9,754 Kn Enttml tt th roat-Offlc t Nf w York . Mcowl-clss. Hri mall nutter. K Circulation Books and Press Room K l OPEN TO ALL. HjsF lnr. cibcclaiion or tnc j K' EVENINGEDITIONj I-1 THE WORLD Rp for iha week ndln Snliirlnrt April 28 wm H& at follows I R Monday... ....... 96,380 I'- Tuesday 97,480 B Wednesday 99,800 & TnonsDAY 99,910' I Friday 100.350 P Saturday 99,660. H 55garr"lr" 100,930 W' THE EVENING WORLD has a Bfv larger circulation than any Evening K papor printed in English and is not K afraid to publish its firjuros or opon Kj its books to tho public. K. 8AVIK0 THE HALF HOLIDAY. HKjB-, The biggest petition over presoutctl to Got. KKi Hill will bo that which The Evenino Bft& Wojvld'b representative w...

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

fi s-. A FIRST-RATE IDEA. Build a Hall for tho Free Leoturos, tho People Say. Rich and Poop Would Bo Glad to Contrlbuto Towards It. t Jt look, in IT tho I'rnjt-ct Might Ho Jtenllzed nt No Illatunt liny New Huh- ' Bfullnin llrouglit Out on the Hulijrct, the ' more It la C'oiialilcrnl Tho Time Il!e for JuBt Sncu n Finn The Iimllttitlon WonldDe of Groat Vnluo to the Public. Tho suggestion printed in The Eyenino Would yeslordnyof tho establishment by tho people of n hall of education for tho peoplo has mot with tho warmest kind of reception. EYorybody expresses approviil of tho iden and wondors why Now York has boen so lout' without such an institution. Tho projoct proposed is a direct outcoino of Tiie Evenino Would 1'rco Lecturo bill. I'cople saw the great benefits likoly to re sult from the lectures, and ono friend of tho bill went further nud nslced where tho loc. tures would be held. Thinking over this point ho conceived tun idea of a hull built by popular subscriptions, nnd nl ouco...

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. — 4 May 1888

WB!0FZvf $ r it- -" - ,','' - Anj? ttuwiaui "- BYamrro, max 4, kto, 2 :: Lr . W' (STERN BROS. I- MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S I SUITS AND GLOAES. Eg; We are now offering 1 Scotch Gingham Dresses at 98c. & $1.23. Hp Made in one piece, sizes from 4 to 12 years. H Flannel and Cashmere Dresses at $4.50. Hjg-.- Made in one piece, sizes from 4 to 12 years. Fancy Gheviot Cloth Jackets Reduced to I $2.89, $3.25 and $4.25. m With or without Hoods, sizes from 12 to 16 years. t Gretchen Goats at $4.50, $5.50 & $7.50. IJF All Wool, with Capes or Silk-Lined Hoods. fiK Sizes from 4 to 12 years. wKti All the above represent Decided Bargains, I 32,34.36West23dSt. utfllf --- - - 1 6. Ainnan & Co. f BOYS' I SCHOOL SUITS, f ' $3.75 and $5.50. I DRESS SUITS, It $6.75 and $7.85. I I8tl St. lgih St. and 6tn Ave. Ik- (18th St. Station Elevated Road.) Ksk BANKING AND FINANCIAL. I TO THE STOCKHOLDERS K of the I HictoMTranalCo. W 1' Tb OIUODI.AU containing POINTS on whlsh & INFORMATION WILL OB DESI...

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

IV AUNT WITH SUPERSTITION j -W1' BTHB WORLD Circulates Here, There Mlwn ?'" ''M "FKIDAYf, "ItAINY WKIIDINO MORNta," &e., Z$L 5? IP S 5T " PS.0 "TlaW JjfrA " ''JB jUrr oimsxirxjin;jEjr jrrrir irirn f ill WiBM ,fl.U. ilEmJlkMHnRl ffl V l : 1 itlTll IJr 1 flffil COglEg 9 its mi itTKr.ff solid rAor.s of tub vSLJP J M 9 1HT WT WhmvnNsft illfi IMlr InVlsil!nTn 111 : iH iRSfill Vvk. 1 ll W I 11 1 111 III fl mmmiiiiiiiiniimniiiiimMHmiiiiiiini ''? rsorzE's" WAyTB ron xnnxa NMT (Mf 1$ WMmWMM, K iM lis RtMvl Wl M jPu S A&s- & A f l&l&t, J "" nn.me.. omrc n.i lemming ,h. B.fcs. JH cosBBcvTirii BvxATt' v n jauiivaMHwiMV!ittavtfa)i i,iMmHa ssr x y s over 104 millions a ye Aft, ffl PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. 'M i $9 EXTRA X IF- 3MC, SIGN THE PETITION TO-DAY. WORKERS, MAKE ONE LAST EFFORT FOR TUB HALF HOLIDAY. the Protean Mint Go to Got. III11 To.Mor- Irovr, no There I No Time to Ue Lost Monday the Last liny of Grnce for tho Illll Let Every Wn...

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

H; THE WORLD r FRIDAY EVENING3IA:Y-4:1889r T THE WORLD. Hp A FRIDAY EVENING.- MAY 4. B , fitrBaanirriov xo the urssitra H? ' JSAlXIOH (Including rottafe), 14 W MONTH, 30c. f PEIl YEAR, $3.50. Bp VOL. 28 NO. 9,754 Ki', SntendtillMFoit-OfflM at New York a MconsVelaaa BBa 1 mall toattsr. Br; ... K ' Circulation Books and Press Room K .OPEN TO AlL PBYp Tn CuctnTioH or tui My ETVENING EDITION I THE WORLD" KJ4 for th week ending Hnturrtny, April 88 was K at follow it HE Monday 96,380 $ Tuesday 97,480 Hp Wednesday .. 99,800 HE Thursday 99,910 ' .Friday. 100,350 H: Saturday 99.660 fr l ft ' Arenas, for tlin entire f ! QQt mu aiotiih ot April JLU'U.tfloU B THE EVENING WORLD has a Bfe'; largor circulation than any Evening B't paper printod In English and is not KT afraid to publish its flguros or opon Its books to the public. H bavino the halp holiday. HE& Tho biggest petition ovor presoutod to Got. H Hal will bo Mint which Tins Evening Bfljt Wobld's roprcsontativo will talio to Albany RJ...

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 People Say, Bioh and Poor Would Be Glad to Contribute Towards It. . fl Look, ns If the Frojrct Might He Realized nt No Distant I)ny New Bur. grstlons Brought Oat on tho Subject, tho More It ! Considered The Time Itlpo for Just Sacli a Finn Tho Institution Would Bo of Great Tnlue to (he Public. Tho suggestion printod In TnE Evenino World yesterday of tho establishment by tho people of a hall of education for tho peoplo hM met with tho warmest kind of reception. Everybody expresses approval of tho idea nd woudors why Now York has hoen so long without such an institution. Tho projoct proposed is a direct outcome of Tns Evenino World Frco Lccturo bill. People, saw tho great benefits likely to re mit from tho lectures, and ono friend of tho bill vent further and asked whero tho lec tures would bo hold. Thinking over this point ho conccivod tho idea of J n hall built !by popular subscriptions, and at onco wroto to The Evenino Won ...

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. — 4 May 1888

Ki ; Hf'yr TOE WORLD J FRroAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1888. 1 V-, '" I i All & Co. &' ABE OFFERING I MiisFiilllis p The best produotions in if Underwear and Half Hose, lH Inoluding the fabrics of Allen if, Solly & Co., London. tM: Also, B the latest styles in 1 SPRING NECKWEAR, Mf Comprising Knot Scarfs, Four- Ri in-Hand s, Windsor, &c 1& And a great variety of p Tennis and Tourist Shirts, H PAJAMAS, m French Bath Robes, &c I 18fli SL, 19tH St. ana 6tn Ave. Hi (1 8th St. Station Elevated Road.) I CUT THIS OUT. t GOOD FOR 50 CENTS. Wexs. To more tbororuihN Introd nee nur celebrated MONTE mijt. OBISTO WHI8KKY. womkotliefollolnrllb.ral offer: Hm Toall who will eut thle notice out and mall or uretuntlt. kJ Inirether with One Dollar, at nur office, we will ta return KH& BlT ON". MOT TLK, aecure'jr paekod, of Nil. U,' " ftEsT QUALITY regular mioJ. 8I.8U. ThUofler will MS' old. .1 until MAY 1U,1B8. Tbu celebrated whlekey, V. owtnr taltapf-uitar ulrriflliiir. U eeprclnll...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 May 1888

''" -.- IHifl ragggM6BM0WraWyWi"l " "wwwwww3swgewae33S mum i aawsaa i wiimmiiABfBgll (V ,i !SjB pVAUNTWITH SUPERSTITION -sWi mmmMiMm,mrmii1m tm TlUPATS. "RAINY WKODINO BIOUNS," cfce., ..? "3 S- ' fl !P tV.T tV " SVP 'W " HflK zrrjrrwoi7JtJJ7JfjJirEryjiTjrirJT7x 1 I 111 I 1 iLWHr7RMffl ftmli rawMRRwKRIlwrnl tfAlRlAVVlW IM VI fit i 1 1 I 1 1 1 I f I 11 " vOPIfegx r , ;H ITS TTTinTKKX SOLID VAOVS OF XllE VSLjP J 19 HIT EM WA iW MllhllM llWllrUn W ' ll Mk Vtfla. V W V 1111 I 19 ,,"lL"!."',""'l.',"".l'1P""'.","'.'h"'n"g"M ! .fll i V)ri A 1 (e1aV . lA. Wl 'JrRr,SRsilM hlfSiJ ' I.U lllKllKlllillrl7fl . Mil l( Y 1 .. .. JoM ft &i. L Jl 1 A The rnlne OfTlce nd Exnmlnlnaj the Dank'. sawHswi coysEovTirj ati v yfJjr N JBIBlVl7iWlUmVVviStav;feii)M m ilw&aV.W.ll nvV -s$r V r OVER 1 04 MILLIONS A YE Ag. "'9H "PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. JjH -- ? '? d i 'I e i ., it a 5 i it' 3 ;e ll a 04 i d d S. J ll t H A ft i 1. a y l 1 5 O'CLOCK EXTRA A DESPERATE MILL...

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

jfT ' 9 fv; 1j ; THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1888. K THE WORLD. KM.. JaMbac ty dU J"M rvMfoM, CVrnfany. Hi FRIDAY EVENINC, MAY 4. K 0T7B8OMIPTXOJr TO TUB JSrENZSO Ml'r EDITION (Including roitage), HO' -PXB MONTH, 30c. i PER. YEAR, ft 3. BO. WMtM VOL. 28 NO. 9,754 K , ; , H&iy Kntmd at tha Xoat-OfflM at N.w York aa aacona-elaas VF mall matter, ' mm Circulation Books and Press Room Wr' open to all. B ' J"1 CUOCMTIOX or TD H EVENING EDITION Hf ..--THE WORLD Kr' K cadlo Satnrrlay, April 28. was H aa followi i K; MONDAY.... ...!.. 7. 96,380 M? i Tuesday 97,480 ' Wednesday 99,800 H'. ; Thuhsday 99,91 0 B Friday 100,350 K j Batubday. 99,660 m. ' Bsara,A,,,,A.:r.,.'.,r.: 100.930 5' M"""""M""""' K "THE EVENING WORLD has a K largor circulation than any Evonlng HL paper prlntod in English and is not B& afrald4o publish its figures or open Hf Its books to tho public. HP SATma THE HALF HOLIDAY, H The biggest petition eror presented to Got. Kff Hax will be that which Tnx Etznuco Hjp...

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. i , Build a Hall for tho Freo LeoturoB, the Feoplo Say. Bich and Poor Would Bo Glad to Contrlbuto Towards It. It looks If tha Projrct Might Be Realised at No Dlatant Day New 8o. Stitlom nronajht Oat an tha Subject) tha Mora It la Considered Tho Time Illpe for Jnat Such a. Flan The Institution Would Da of Great Yalne to the Public The suggestion printed In The Evekino Would yesterday of tho establishment by tho people of a hall of education for tho peoplo has met with tho warmest kind of reooption. Everybody expresses approval of tho idea end wonders why New York has been so long without snob, an institution. The project proposed is a direct ontcomo of The Evenino World Freo Lecture bill. People saw tho great benefits likely to re sult from tho loctures, and one friend of tho bill went further and asked where the lee tares would bo held. Thinking over this point he conceived the idea of n hall built by popular subscriptions, and at onco wroto to The Evenino World...

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. — 4 May 1888

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaOOB!PJPM p: . THE tfbfltti: frRIDAY Efrfiftlfttt, MAY 4, 1668. lk- (STERN BROS. I HISSES' AND CHILDREN'S 1 SUITS AND CLOAKS. K: We are now offering 1 Scotch Gingham Dresses at 98c. & $1,23. K Made in one piece, sizes from 4 to 12 years. i Flannel and Cashmere Dresses at $4.50, saaaCtV Bf; Made in one piece, sizes from 4 to 12 years. H Fancy Cheviot Cloth Jackets Reduced to $2.89, $3.25 and $4.25. 1S: With or without Hoods, sizes from 12 to 16 years. I Oretchen Goats at $4.50, $5.50 & $7.50. Ijl All Wool, with Capes or Silk-Lined Hoods. mm Sizes from 4 to 12 years. H All the above represent Decided Bargains, I 32, 34 & 36 West 23d St. I BJliHo. I v BOYS' I . SCHOOL SUITS, If -$375 and $5.50. 1 DRESS SUITS, M $6.75 and $7.85. I I8th St. 19th St. ana 6tn Ave. Br (1 8th St. Station Elevated Road.) H& ' ' ' ' j PftKRINQ AND FINANCIAL. 1 TO THE STOCKHOLDERS Hi K$ . OF TUB I ElcMoniTernialCo. LaBii'' R'i OIIIODI.AU containing FOINTH on whleta H...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 May 1888

in munwifnn l www W pp f ffpjpmwpjww m 'MM! 'WFPPPPjPlWPWIMlilli f THE SUNDAY WORLD ! I Wlmmk -SJf ItHE SUNDAY WORLD if M joir csetaxk BENAxona nEiiArxp. imJP j IM 9 jl MTWAlIWMiW lvk.lMm.lri I ill ill i I mio BOABro.mm xzooit X BASEBALL. YACHTINO AND OUTDOOR BPOnTB MADK X 9MW JW fcSSSMWfl KMV'l 11 KllffiwlvTl l Ysna. " S3sBBB sA Ctl V.W IUJIL. A ntrr wvs- u (,(,,1,411, .w :,, . ....., o?Vt V -1H J A SPECIAL FKATUUB. 5 J VM? X awstkllwUHkU M N2SswN!25r Ny Xy VyNSW S Bttl. KTB. Rttt OKINKtK Alttt PAliUS OF IIUMOtt ' WMu 1 J eTi-Ai lUTtil-lU.lii 1. iliCl CllEllluaj v - V V Jf X AMD BPOHTWQ WBH. X'l WM PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. , il RACING EXTRA GUTTENBURG RAGES The Horse PoiBoner Texas Tom footed from the Traok, Saturday Halt. Holiday Outing Enjoy od by a Big- Crowd. i Pursos in Turn Won by Manhattan, Rosioro, Middlesex. Battledore ; and Harwood. I liricuL to rax wobld.1 NOBTB IlDDSON DttlVINO PAKk, GUTTSNBURO, - K. J. i May 6. Tnt me wsy of tbe ...

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. — 5 May 1888

Hp 1 ' " ' THE WOULD: SATURDAY EVENING, MAV 5, 1888. fl RvtHE world. Hfe SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 3. Rp ttvsscniFTioif to tub r.rnsxso Hy? ' jrjDJTJOA' (Including Postage), K!v PX UONTH, 30c. f FEB YKAU. $3.50, K" VOL, 28 NO. 9.755 Ke JEnUndatlhaFost-Offlsa at Naw Yockaa aoond-elasa Ht'1 i Bull mattar. H$b The average circulation of the Bif Evening Edition of THE WORLD Wfk for the months inn M4 BV 0f March and lUUjffBT April, 1888, was Copies per Day. RyW MHO ,IT WILL WAVE. HK, If yijjorous orm-sawinr, foot-stamping, HyJ TOclferaUon and other forms of mass-meeting Ek oratory were needed to assort the ricbtful Er pro-eminenoe In this city and oountry of tho Mra glqrioni star-spangled banner, tho patrlotlo Bs outburst in Cooper Union lost night would HW( do'the business. Bft Tho cold fact is, howovcr, as one of tho H?" pflkors admitted, that ' ' no insult has been Kfr cast upon tbo American flac." Tho very Kt;V men who cherish a sentimental regard for Hw tho symbol of a lost Irish libert...

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. — 5 May 1888

. ' THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1888. lj THE PEOPLE'S HALL One Hundred Dollars Offered to Start a Fund. "' Such a Temple Just What the -, City Needs. H m , ' Wonder Expressed thnt the Idea of Eatnb- ' ll.lilnn Mieli nn Institution by Papular hubacriptlon Wn Not Thought of llcfore A Free Library Proposed With It-Tho Project Pronounrcd Perfectly Feasible. Tbo suggestion made in The Evenino "Vonu to build a ball for tho freo lectures for tUo ucoplo meets with favor ou nil sides. Tlio only wonder expressed is that tho proj ect was not thought of before. Sn idea of tho interest in tho project may be gained from tho follow ing letter, promis ing a subscription of $100 : OFFICE OF THK INTE11NAT10NAI. CUR1STIAN"! bciENCK Association, I 13 West Kokty-hkconu Stiiret, f New ioiik City, May 3, lsss. J y the Ziilvt n Tht . anir WerUl Your article, "Euucotlon's Temple," Just read, nd ray heart answers amen I New York and every other city should have a building for freo lectures lor the pe...

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. — 5 May 1888

tHHssiiiiiiiHiBiiHBHlHwINHHraKffl Hsaa'elessBslBssssBssavaWiliTWWllrW ,rro'" , 'vr,'-" 'Al!PRBHIiMKI0ICSHHMbmP"Wm)HHPIn?frK HRilv? ' T " "TO''1 i,WM"IWiiwtWlM1W";HWPT.l'.PiW w,lWTW'iPlHWtgyWWWPuF9fflwBWWWWTOMP If 'I THE WORLD J SATU11DAY EVENING, MAYS, 1888. ' . ... 1 WiK CAUGHT.BY THE CONDUCTOR. md; ' .in., ... K AN ITALIAN MURDERER NABBED AT TOE K. GRAND CENTRAL STATION. HE Alfred I Fayette I.earne f Antonio Pltrlc B& sto'a JPrasenca en st Nw llnTcn Trnln K and Puts lllm Under Onnril The .llur- mWci rferar'a Attempt to Escape A Netr York K Detective Fats lllm Under Arrest. UWf1 IiriCIAL TO THE WORLD. 1 Hft STAUrOhD, Conn., May S. Antonio E Fitrizzo, an Kalian, shot and killed onothor K' Italian named Joseph Blngotto last ovcnliig, mfc. with a British bulldoj: rot olvcr. Ho iuime. f dialely took train for Now York, but wan cap. K& tared at the Or and Central Htation on hUnr. H(L riral. Italians hero are very much excitoil H3t over the affair. mt& To Alfred La Foj'otle, ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 May 1888

TiilaTpBBfwSpvJfMlrijIlem-Bw ' -.,jlrWnaanl JWMbH foaoo) twHMMMim Meoowweoeeeooeeoeeeee))oM s f Hfll , A WHOIiE WORLD CIRCLED BYj "S!i" ALWAYS AT THE FRONT. - , jKfl JTHE SUNDAY WORLD!! maft. S frJlfi ItHE SUNDAY WORLD ! fi 5 xaxnvoKET bjiop bizzat azbant and l ffllH Hna f9 wiTrTtflAfelviyf SWaTngffMBTr IlLllrMlWtiMlyli fm xvi flTvw II tllnlni 1 fillta omt statebmen irro hate chests abb X ' .KM JTOir CBBTAXV BE1TAXOBB BEHAVED. (tmji' H I S J MT llsli WAllsfl?' HiMII lfnWlM!WTfTni!Pllr HI I' IfcsJD lVk Hf I i. If " El 111 I I III 1111 WJIO BOAST OF BLUE BZOOD. , tT ffJaWM J DABBBAU, YAOimN ? n BPOnTS MADK 0T vS jisClOTllBlv iMwH iSPyftr WM Wt Ol JJSr l Sl . . KTM OIU.NKLK AHD PAGES OF HUMOR J 9l a special itkatuhb. vw v -h "i'if imisuaiLtamgasii i - aEsiai. Miliar -mca - r v 2 AnD hportino mewb. $ "vHH o.oooooooooooooooooooaooooooooooooooo ;SM PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. , 91 . ' 'JB-' 2 O'CLOCK LIKE TEN-PINS IN THE BOX. PERHAPS NONE OP TUB FRE6EN...

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. — 5 May 1888

BBBIBffBffBWWHnPBWIlff'zSy & AZ)t fpEart mmitfiiE mLLiktmidim sJAnsjt'BSWsHswnilse4iSjnie sHr ' p ft. THE WORLD. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1888. , ft THE WORLD. Bfe ' TMUkti y tte JYtM rUUkt Cmptt HI SATURDAY EVENINO. MAY 5. Hf' avssanxrxxov to tub srxiriira R; -JHJXTJOX-sieZsiettiso' Postage. . Kk PSJl AfcMrar, 80c t FEB TSAJt, $3.C0r H VQU 28 NO. 9,755 Ki Entered l the PoeWOffloe at Hew Yarn u eeoona-cleee Bl' rnelt matter. Hj!' 3fftJ aporajTe circtaitrfion of the H iJtrtij7 Edition of TIIE WORLD !' "or months flfllO TJ1A W, JMarcfc and IUUfffBfr BIT April, 1888, was Copies per Day. K$ LONO IT WILL WAVE. Bp 9 rigorous nrm-eawintr, foot-stampinir, Ha?" Tociferation and other forms of mass-mooting H oratory wore needed to assert tho rightful Psf pre-emlnonco in thla city and country of tho B?t? glorious star-spannlcd bnnnor, the patriotic Kn' outburst In Goopor Union lost night would Hh: do tho business. Bjji'l Tho cold fact is, howovor, m ono of tho Hn&U ffpeakors odmittod, ...

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. — 5 May 1888

THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1888. . .8- ,&fM THE PEOPLE'S HALL k One Hundred Dollara Offered to Start a Fund. Saoh a Toraplo Just What tho City Needs. WotvJer Expressed that the Ideat of Setnb llshluc Bach an Institution by Popular Rnkicrlptlon V. Not Thongh,t of Before A Free Library Proposed With It-The Frejeet Pronounced Perfectly Feasible. Tho suggestion mado in The Evznino ytonVD to build a ball for tho free lectures for the people meets with favor on all sides. Tho only wondor oxpressod is that tho proj. cot was not thought of boforc. Anidoaof tho intorost in tho project may be gained from tho following letter, promis ing ft subscription of $100 : OrricK or the Intibnational cbbistiawT Science Association, I 18 West Foktt-skcond Stbiet, f New York Citt, Mai 8, 1883. J IV ! Nlltr 0 Th. Z unltio World! Your article, .Education's Temple," lost read, and my heart answers amen I New York and every otner city should hare a building for free lectures for the people. This ...

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. — 5 May 1888

p r THE WORLD; SATUIlPAyEVEmNG, JIAY g, 1888: M-. F; UBS XiANOTBY AS IiKNA DE8PARD, WwT "Altbamgb It but not at one b. apparent to th. Hfcjjf thoaeands who nlghtlr witness Mrs.Langtrr In bet new BFi? toleofLeneDeeperdat the lflh Arenae Theatre, U Bt'ffi?" on. tbe lees true that her portrejal of that character U Mfcfj'' Yerf tastreictlre and will do mneb lo call pobllo atteo- 2$ tloa to the danger of th. now preralent practical tn. Hfc habitual dm of narcotloe, nb u oblorsl and oplam. la MrPr prvdmoe alaep and ealm tha nerrea. HJT " TbU I eeture of tba plaj u made tha mora notleaabla K&v' bjtba Da.pabla abanrdttr of bar rapraaentatlon of tba EX manner In whlcb chloral produoaa datth. Dramttlo, HmW Ilka poetlo license, U responsible for lomi Tar Id lotto Ht?A things, and some rety IUr and untruthful onaa, but Hr Bona mora ao than tba death of Lena Deipard aa ran- Kmi darad bj aire. LangM, An orerdoee of chloral puts tha KU victim to alaep. thta qnlat aleep deepening into ooma or K...

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