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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 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. — 5 May 1888

IK, THE WOULD: SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1888. ' .. T W? THE WORLD. Bk SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 9. Hfcj avatcxirxxoir to tub xtxsxno Hff XXUXIOJr (Including Postage), H&P -P-tS UONTU, 30c. psn YEA.n, $3.S0. Hl.''v VOL. 28 NO. 9,799 BSBsYi! ii B fcUnd at Um Post-Offlee at New Tock aa aeoond-olass K,u mall natter. H?' The average circulation of the WL' tEvening Edition of THE WORLD Br or month9 103 714 Bfc March and ,wu'11 K April, 1888, was COpiCS POT Day. fH J. sapsssssassbi.ae.wMaessseassssPi K& LOHO IT WILL WAVE. Bjjy If vigorous arm-sawing, foot-stamping, Bra' Toclferntion and other forms of mass-meeting KfeW ornery vera needed to assert the rightful RSi pre-eminence In this city and country of the Bfir- glorious star-spangled banner, tho patriotlo Mm' outburst in Coopor Union last night would f" do tho business. The cold fact is, however, as one of the -,. speakers admitted, that ' ' no insult has been B$( east upon tho American flag." The very mk' men who cherish a sentimen...

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, MAT 5; 1898.1 "jy, "'IB THE PEOPLE'S HALL i Ono Hundred Dollars Offered to Start a Fundi Such a Templo Just What tho City Needs. Wonder Bxpressed Hint the Idea of Estab lishing; Hneh an Institution by PepuUr Subscription Vn Not Thoniht or Before A Free Library Proposed With It-The Project Pronouoccd Perfectly Feasible. Tho suggestion mado in Thk Etxkwo Wobld to build a ball for tho freo lectures for tlio people meots with favor on all sides. The only wonder expressed is that tho proj. cct was not thought of before. An idea of tho intorest in tho project may be gained from the following letter, promis ing a subscription of $100 : OFFICK or THK iNTEntUTIONAL CHRISTIAN BCtKNCS AS80CUT10N, L 18 West fortt-sicond Strut, f NEW OKX CITT, May 8, 16811. J ft Ills TUtor q M rili'rrrlaV Your article, "education's Temple," Just read, and my heart answers amen t New York and every other city should have a building for free lectures tor the people. This age more tha...

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

mwmwmwmMwwwmwwmWKmL 'WWTWKja ' PixWl7v'T'iWrWff8 PT r1 v " tost womcdy SArmminmar - - -' ""' m . teiuGnx by the'conductob, ML - . K2 AN ITALIAN MUBDERKIt NABBED AT THE Hfv QRAND OBNTBA1, STATION. BV Alfred Ia Fayetto Xaraa or Anuat Pllrla Hn; ' Fwaenea an a Nw Harm Train - and PaU Illm Under Guard Tho Mar- Bf inet'm Attampt ta EecapeA Nw York Hr Detactlra Fata Illm Under Arrc.U B& UnouLTormwoBLO.1 Hf, StautOm. Conn., May 8. Antonio Rk' , nttlrro, an Kalian, shot and killed another Hs Italian named Joseph Iilagotto last evening, Rf i with a British bulldog rovolvcr. Ho Immo- H& diatsly took train for Now York, but was cap. 3n tured at tho Grand Central Station on hlxfar. H, rital. Italians here aro very tnaoh axcited mt.'j orer tho affair. f? ' To Alfred LaFayotte, a oonduetor on the K Ktw York, New lUven and Hartford ltall. ft road, belongs tho credit of l'itriczo's cap. Rk, ture. f When tho 0 o'olock train for New York ar. BjT rWod at Stamford a man at the station saw Hk th...

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. — 5 May 1888

jSASBV "1 wt' TlZr?",!?? '' J JIIBSVwVif -""r'Vf flWMryj s ., f -TST y ( f "!"' ' rT r ""T (Tny 'V"VTT l-".-iy WVjT ' " ' i ' "Ht VV",'Tr"M,j""V r-prT I'ilf EBflH V .-. ..... 'V Jr ggnal 1? . geeteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeW..'''',-. . :,gggi J A WHOLE WORLD CIRCLED BY I "W ALWAYS AT THE FRON. Q ! " J THE SUNDAY WORLD! 0. S 9YJt1m. THE SUNDAY W0RlD!lW jroir cEitTAjy HMATons jij.irAu:i. ICO J ) i I IHk MXWAlIarlMBirM 1rllinH3il iKsP Iv.VvLj!' I 111 ill vrno noAmor m.vb moon, I TmjLm a si'KoiAL fkatohb. c2 vL N , raay llflY;aMsWMliiVy lttaV76Mft) A a , MM liwi.l vgagrNgpyy "ssp y$r syssmr ? f ; bill htk. nym ciIinklk aud paues of bomdk i , JmWBkm .. tMjjufciiai 4. j it rii uaiiai3iusi v r t aju sroimNa nkwb. . t ifimwBmmA J PJUCE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 188S. PRICE ONE CENT. 'WB I I. J. 0, IB Oi s I 3 I U id C, d- 3 '3 m at l n at 10- a ) i H ft I "H UUB i L I g O'CLOCK EXTRA IIKK TEN-PISS IN THE BOX. rEEnAPS NONE OP THE PRESENT KEMl JURORS JVILTj TRY THE CABE. The Trial Not Likely l...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 May 1888

Bp THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1888. ' Bf THE WORLD. BjLf MHsae Hf JVw JTsalUsalaf Oef. K SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 9. Bjfrj avMSOKirnoy xo the etisnzxq MX XDIIIOX (Including Toitagf), W UONTB, 30c. i PER YSAIl, $3.00. Hrl' VOL 28 ....NO. 9,755 Heir ' K? Katatad Hh rt-Offlo at NnTotlu sooond-elass Hjgl i mail matter. KU 2o average circulation of the Wki Evening Edition of THE WORLD pV " ft months IfflQ TfflA Mart and IIMMIH1 Hr ph;, jsss, was Copies per Day. Hj , una IT WILL WAVE. En. n"TJBonra' arm.sawinr;, foot-stamping, iv. TooifemUon and othor forms of mass-meeting tbi oratory vers needed to assert the rightful Hf pre-eminence in this city and country of the B& glorious star-spangled banner, the patriotic t onthsnt in Cooper Union last night would BJ do the business, Mfe The cold fact is, however, as one of the K epeaJcere admitted, that ' ' no insult has been H cart upon the American fine." The Tery Br" i(antho oherish a sentimental regard for Bif ttio symbol of a lost ...

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

I THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1888. 8"" 'JiiJHI I I i I I n t i t ? a U ; i s- 11 It ;a r I u n- Dt M lift iU u it. E. " ' 1 IT- I nW I tot I rko I ted I lot I j. g i a 9 out I toe I pe. .'ft no ma -t a ted led urn or. M tlO, Ktl THE PEOPLE'S HALL Ono Hundrod Dollars Offered to Start a Fundi Saoh a Tomplo Just What the City Needs. Wander Expressed thnt the Idea of Estab lishing Bnoh M Institution by Popular Subscription Was Not Thought of Hefbre A Froa library Proposed With It Th Frajeet Pronounced Perfectly Feasible. The lUKcestion made In Thk Evknino Woiild to build a ball for tho free lectures for the peoplo meets with favor on oil sides. The only wonder expressed is that tho proj. cct was not thought of before. An idea of tho interest in tho projoet may be gained from tho following letter, promis ing a subscription of $100 : Ofrioi or the International Christian") H01ENCE ASSOCIATION, 1 18 West forty-second Street, f NEW YORK CITY, Maj 3, 1680. J 1 Ms Mffer e ThtXtnio XT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 May 1888

K? - I '- '" " ""' ' "'"';' "' THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1888. " ' Mm' K' ' r'CAUGfiT BY THE CONDUCTOR Rfl AN ITALTAN MURDEREE NABBED AT TUB K: GRAND CENTRAL STATION. Hfi Alfred tti Fayette I.earns of Antonio Flirts- Hr bo's Presence en n Now II arret Train Hfo and I'm Illm Under Goanl Tho Mor- B'V derer'a Attempt to Escape A New York B?if,t Deteetlro rate Illm Under Arrest. HE.! (snout, to Tns world. 1 HftU. Btuotosd, Conn., May 6. Antonio H&. Viitilto, an Kalian, shot and killed another Mf Italian named Joseph Biagotto lait evening, Ky with a British bulldog revolver. lie imrae- If dialely took train for New York, bnt wan cap. tared at the Or atid Central Station on hlsfe. B rival. Italians hero are very much excited K&- over the affair. a B To Alfred La Fayette, a conductor on the $L New York, New Haven and Hartford 1U11- Kr toad, belonc the credit of Fitrizzo'a cap- Hk tore. n When the 9 o'clock train for New York ar- Hf& rived at Btamford a man at (ho stat...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 May 1888

B n ri nrR1,DmTmiKQmiCT01f- 1 JstJ7 ' tptwdred'S'true'flagi - VU 1 1 IDK-AWAKE MER0HAM8 IN-l -S IT 'ZZ I 'II 'jl 1 1 I "TiMTMnMi. ' I -zwS fl?v- TmPEOFMQNom tM W A V r'I'1'-pi'EARlin RT0B PATRONS 00M JMLUMlK. 5fe W ts-s ,....... -f 2 8 9i 3 4 6'" lH PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1888. ' PRICE ONE CENT. f RACING EXTRA THE CLIFTON RAGES A Large Crowd Enjoy Good Weather and Excellent Baoing. The Salamanoa Handicap Won by De Long's Bonnie S. Other Races Won by Stripling, Grade, Bolmont and St. Elmo. ItrZCUfc TO TBX WORLD. 1 CurroN Race 'l rack, N. J., May T. There li a Urge crowd here to-day, whloti, If they do not en joy good racing, cannot help enjoying the superb weather, (or a more delightful day has not beq tad tola aeiaon. Tne track In good, and aa the favorite, biripllng, won the drat race, every thing began well. Btr.pllng la sjid to tie the laat caitoot from Mr. Withers' liable, and Judged by ' the way he ran to-day, ho la likely to prove pront- able to bis new owner...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 May 1888

&; fc 'T"w6llLirMONDAY ETENlNG, RK X 188. m TH WORLD Hp' MONDAY EVENING. MAY 7. Hr HVBBOJtXPXIOlT TO THE XYEHIXQ Dg$ ... EDIXlOJt (Including Poitage), Hf,'' JREJi UONTU, 30c. f rER YEAH, $3.80. Hk you 28 NO. 9,757 B$' lEaUradaiah. Poat-Offlesi t Nasj York aa aacond-elass By mall mattar. H& 27e average circulation of the HJ Evening Edition of THE WORLD K fot. a motif a ing 714 H Pr, 1888, was Copies per Day. Ki? WHAT BISMARCK BAYS. Hw The "positive conviction" said to have HE been expressed by 1'rinoo Bismarck to Caul WjiU Bchubz. that " tlio peace of Europe will be K&i maintained," would be more reassuring if Hot the Croat man were in habit of giving bis Bh teal thought to casual guests. Bfl Just now it looks as if two of the powers H'' that make Europo an armed camp wcro bent H& upon securing a peaco rnoro to their liking WMm by the old device of fighting for it. "With a t?XL belligerent Crown Trinco almost wilhin K' reach of the sceptre in Germany, tho pros- Hnf pe...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 May 1888

THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1888. g ; jH AREmLOST? Sinking of the Morgan Line Boat Eureka, She Collided with the Steamer Benison. Sunday Noon, 160 Miles Off Cape Henlopen. Big Holes in the Bow of the f British Boat. 4. Misunderstanding .of Signals Was the Oause. Thirty-Nine People Wore Aboard the Eureka. lirrCIlL TO TBI WOBLD.J Nobtolx, Vs., May 7. The British steam ship Benison, Capt. Aitkenkead, and tho steamship Enreka, Capt. Quick, of tho Mor gan line, from New York to Now Orleans, were in collison Sunday at 12.15 p. m., about 160 miles southeast of Cape Henlopen, and the Eureka went down with nil on board. The Benison was bound from Mntanzs to Philadelphia with a cargo of sugar. She struck the Eureka bow on about midships. The Benison's bow is stove in for a distance of about 10 feet, and a horse and cart could be driven tbrouch tho breach. A heavy fog prevailed at the time of the collision and the captain of tho Benison did sot see the Eureka until he was right on top 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. — 7 May 1888

Mn. , THB WORLD t MONDAY- KVBWffiG, 3HFAY 7 M8g. ' -1 I IRVINE, WORE & WATSON. I GRAND OPENING, H 58 and 60 Myrtle Avenue, K Cor. Jay Street, H BROOKLYN, N. Y. W$ WE DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THE FOLLOWING M FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH OUR BUSINESS AS I FURNITURE BLFEr Erf AND CARPET MERCHANTS. WE HAVE A LARGE CASH CAPITAL, ft TOGETHER WITH OUR EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE ML OP THE TRADE, WHICH WILL ENABLE US TO CONTROL THE PRICES 11 OF GOODS IN SUCH A MANNER AS WILL DEMONSTRATE THAT WE g ABE IN A POSITION TO INVITE COMPETITION. WE WILL CARRY MB THE LARGEST STOCK OF I PARLOR SUITS II OF THE LATEST DESIGN AND MOST ELEGANT COVERINGS IN SILKS, PLUSHES, WILTORUGS, AND ALL OTHER STYLES. OUR I CHAMBER, DINING-ROOM AND OFFICE FURNITURE Wt IS PARTICULARLY ATTRACTIVE. P WE HAVE A SPLENDID STOCK OF I CARPETS, i; IN ALL GRADES. S CABINETS, DESKS, SIDEBOARDS, BEDDING, STOVES, CLOCKS m' PICTURES, SHADES, LACE CURTAINS. BABY jK' CARRIAGES, REFRIGERATORS K, AND EVERYTHING IN THE LIN...

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. — 7 May 1888

I'm PI lflR1'T)AmflBINQfiP8Toy, B ' SZMA& I THE WORLD'S TRUE FJg4vS 1 1 f IDE-AWAKE MERCHANTS WT Jr&- g ' ' J . J I f I ll II ' $ 1 1 f HM'T 1IIKW- -?fS ?l? ffPiNr- UTHIPltOFHOIIOm iM W 1 1 M r'''-ri'B8,;t) RTORBPATnoys -L5PT Ulj AMU1 , 0J J-BjIBft JL ' $ t... ....,.., J 2 8 9,346 'fW TITm BK4P Tnlf- WPm Y$mdm. Sftrmf-JLLJU'ZB-rnyil dtK &K Ifl ,kf& ll fl- Avorogo Circulation Thla Year 1 fl rl'I nv 0VT Yo tot nNB? (1Il0lliHr wMHWWpSbs (If: J Mir I Ta ill mm"wanw" m J1 mwmtmnkmm. V (, KB 3 W li lJ&P - -Am,,ur ,.,,,,. J PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. j 5 O'CLOCK EXTRA i HOT STMT. Forty-four Men Get Off in Pine Style. Littlewood and Cart wright Lead. All the Old Favorites in the Baca I Jack Dempsey Gives the Men the Word " Go." Poor Old Panohot Gives Up in Despair. Strokol Soared Off by His Un lucky Number. TITO "SCORE AT 4 O'CLOCK. jr. . x. x. Zdttlo rood.. 102 4 rToromao .... 85 8 t Hughes 98 0 Connor 75 0 Cart right.. 03 5 Saunders....

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. — 7 May 1888

gaggWggtggMggMgWfWBglgiggHI IW'T THE WORLD: MONDAY ET1OTNG, MAY 7, 1888. J . "THE TTOBri)." B ..JjWMelteel e iT l"iHHr Cnv H ' ' MONDAY EVENING, MAY 7. H$ KVBSCJtiprtos to ma jtrmrxxo HPpi " JtnXTIOTt -(XntJUdlng XVttufft, HI-' riJj ircwrzr, 30c; p.m rain, $34BO. gfjp VOU 28 N' 9,737 gF gntflted tbe IMet-OSlee at Mew York aa eeeood-olees BYi mall matter. B , f ' ' . $ 270 average circulation of the Bf J&&inO EiUtionjof.TIIIS w.oxp Ki for the month, ml$ K Marci and BWWjsvi-r K jpm, 1888,- waa Copies per Day, Kjlj R lie "positive conviction" said to havo R(f, been e-pre'sieil by Frin6B BisMjOiok to Cam. B Bcnonr, that " tho peaco of Europe will bo K' maintained," would be more reassuring If H tbo-,Ricat span. were In habit of giving-his BfjP real thought to casual guests. K& "Just nowjt looks as if two of the powers H& that make Europe an armed camp wore bout K& upon securing a peaco more Jto their UkJnR K by the old device of fighting for It. With a B& tielfig...

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. — 7 May 1888

' . THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING. ALL MERRY AS THE SPRING. ' JNTERTAIK1LENT8 AND FIONIGB IN BiLL 0011 OE FARE. X Crew Attracted by the Dane of the nan. garten Utcrarr MocUty Hinging; 8ael tie Unit la alteneflt to Ilerr Ara Bier Th Jan F. Mansran Association Out Wlnd.Dp of the baenajerrunde. Th Lexington Avenue Opera-House was crowded on Saturday night with an enthusi asts audience, attracted by a performance giren by the Hungarian Literary Society. " The Village Tramp " was played. After the performance a danoe was indulged in. The following gentlemen were in charge : Otalrroan Dr. I. Mnrvay Iloltenberg. Assist, ant Joseph Krpc. Floor Manager Frank Apa thy. Assistant Phlllpp Mehrer. Treuurer J. Stelnhsrdt. Reception Commute Dr. Louis Uontaoaeln, t'helrmsn; Francis F. J. WsdDst, Assistant Chairman: M. Ansiander, A. Beaedek, A. C Fesete, L. Grots, L Klein, J. Eamnoltt, II. Rotb, lleU Weiss, J. Renter. M. Eugel, I. amber, J. Ksfk, A. Loratz, 11. Silberkians, B. Grusa. Floor Commit tee a D...

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. — 7 May 1888

PT THE WOELDs MONDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1885. J w 11 I i i-i I IRVINE, MORE & WATSON. I GRAND OPENING. W 58 and 60 Myrtle Avenue, Kb Cor. Jay Street, B BROOKLYN, N. Y. . B. WE DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THE FOLLOWING K FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH OUR BUSINESS AS 1 FURNITURE B AND CARPET MERCHANTS. WE HAVE A LARGE CASH CAPITAL, m'i TOGETHER WITH OUR EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE K OF THE TRADE, WHICH WILL ENABLE US TO CONTROL THE PRICES ? OF GOODS IN SUCH A MANNER AS WILL DEMONSTRATE THAT WE ARE IN A POSITION TO INVITE COMPETITION. WE WILL CARRY H THE LARGEST STOCK OF 1 PARLOR SUITS . .OF THE LATEST DESIGN AND MOST ELEGANT COVERINGS IN P SILKS, PLUSHES, WILTOJhRUGS, AND ALL OTHER STYLES. OUR H CHAMBER, DINING-ROOM AND OFFICE FURNITURE m'i . IS PARTICULARLY ATTRACTIVE. K'. WE HAVE A SPLENDID STOCK OF I CARPETS, If UN ALL GRADES. Wfr . CABINETS, DESKS, SIDEBOARDS, BEDDING, STOVES, CLOCKS K PICTURES, SHADES, LACE CURTAINS, BABY ' - " CARRIAGES, REFRIGERATORS R AND EVERYTHING IN...

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. — 7 May 1888

I - 'ria MoRLDADaimiNocDSToiff, --0vW- A THE WORLD'S TRUE FUG 1 1 WK-AWAKE MERCHANTS IN. - M 4-' -iMMMPMpmM JS sh(t tumi. " " t -jjj P5fevl 1&TWIPES of HOMOm -M 11111 ",1"111 """" lIlIl'miUllllllllIITljl ll ILMJ V V X Jrjl HTlynn pf)D AT f t $m PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. M 1 F, J&. BABIES FOR SALE CHEAP. i TflEY BRING FROM $5 TO $10, ACCORDING TO AGE AND CONDITION. Kept In Htock Like Othrr Marketable Com modules nml liroucht Out for tlielnepre lloa of t'ualoiiiers A Ilrnoktyn llhop Where Infants Are efiold for Adoption Their I'lirenta Snld to lie Well-lo-llo People. TNFANT3 ADOPTRI-Bseral awaiting adoption. lrl?te nureery. "93 Ilerkimtr at., llocheiter urn., Brooklyn. Many persons rending advertisements sucli as this ouo have rollcctcd on tbo heartless srss show n. 'lhuta bobo should bo tho object of mer cenary commerce ft marketable commodity has shocked them. Mauy a fond mother has wonderod how parents could bo so heartless as to part wi...

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. — 7 May 1888

K ,g THE WORLD; MONDAY EVENING MAY 7, 1888. ; m THtD- WORLD, Mr .MONDAY EVENING. MAY 7. Mf jmhi wcumr. 80ci rsn yxar, $3.bo. Bvif" 'virf .-a- - Wk VOL. 28 - NO. 9,757 Hft Vaterad attb rmt-OfflM it Hew YotK u seoonsVelaa Bo? i null matter. M'j ' H&' 27e average circulation of the H, Evening Edition of THE WORLD K '? rOM 108,714 Ml o .JliarcA and "' r E upr, jsss, wan Copies per Day. .. HS WHAT EIBMAEOK SAT& Bf' , The "positive conviction" said to bnvo KSf been expressed by Prlnco Bismarck to CUni, Wff'J BcitcbF, that " tko peace of Europo will bo KjK maintained," would be more rcassurlnc If E! the (croat innn wore In habit of giving his Ktt real thought to casual Rcosts. If Jn,t no'w " looks as if two of tbo powers Wfs. that moke Europo an tinned camp wore bent K upon securing a peaco moro to their liking Iga ly the old device, of lighting for it. With n gl bolllaoront Crown Prince almost within St reach of the Rooptro in Germany, the pros- 11 poet of peaco is not altogether ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 May 1888

' THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1888. 3 "M ALL MERRY AS THE SPRING. S ENTERTAINMENTS AND riONlCB IN BALL ROOM OR PARK. A Crowd Attracted by the Dance of the liana gnrlnn I.llrrnrv Hoclety Mlualna; Hoclcf tin Unite In Ilenefll to Ilerr trno Dliiy Tub Julin V. Mnnann Association Out WlaiUUp of the Baeunerrundc. Tho Lexington Avenue Opero-House was ;t owded on Snturdny night with on enthusl. istio audionco, attracted by a performance given by tho Hungarian Literary Society. " Tho Villago Tramp " was played. After tho performance n dance was indulged in. Tho following goutlemen wore in charge: Chairman Dr. 1. Mnrvaj Itottcnberg. Assist-ant-Joseph Ki-pcs. Floor Manager-Krank Apa ihv. Assistant rhll'pp Mebrer. Treasurer J. Stelnhardt. iteceptloo Committee Dr. Laula Lloht-cDeln, cnslrman: Francla F. J. Wadnal, Assistant chairman: M. Aualander. A. Befledes, A. N Fekct.', L. Orois, L Kltln, J. Kamnollz, M. Kotlii Mela Weiss, J. Holier. M. Engel, I. Oiubor, j Kufk , A. Lovusz, M. Htlbcrki...

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. — 7 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
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