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iJS " THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING; APRIL gi; 1894. '' ' '"" --"
If BUY YOUR GOAL NOW. 'K The "WorldV Offer of $4.50 Ws Per Ton Expires on May 1. flp Anthracite Barons Liable to Ralso R Price at any Time. H$L Maka the Mots General And Itrenk ''Bi' Up the Combine. ! r,Hu. This Is the time for consumers of P- ' ,n New York ond 13rooklyn t0 ,ay ifK In their next Winter" supply. Anthra- JK c,t a'waya cheaper at thin eaon I Hip . of the year than at any other, and with sW "The World's" standing offer to supply pSE? coal to the public at 75 centa a ton tie- S $?' low the current price In the regular re- ifca'' tail trade the opportunity for saving ''w money was never more faorable. :Wx It would alarm the coal conspirators "' tl-l more than anything elsa and would tend tWKS'i to break up their combination more if- v fecttrely to have the movement lnaugu- J& rated by "The World" made more gen- 'Hit'- Not onljr tte Tn11 consumers, but ,'K those who use larger quantities of coal, ,HT should now lend a hand In the fight. WL There are many whose requirements for 'SWU' the. Meson. range from fifteen to thirty ' 08111 ton' A" Prtce" "' now comparatively flEf low, and there Is every reason to believe 'Hj-' that If the monopolists still continue to Wis. hold the upper hand they will advance Wtl prices jater In the season, as they have -'iW fiwaya done In the past, this Is the Heft amt ,0 bU3r' Sft It should be remembered that "The KV,V World's" offer only remains In force ')? until May 1. so that only ten days yet tsK, remain during which consumers can WRrc take advantage of the exceptionally low mlK rato of 14.60 a ton, which Is now offered. 'osTCA Therefore, every consumer of coal who tr& wishes to save money and at the same Hfet-l time administer a rebuke to the con- liSli!" splrators who have been robbing him ,M-SJr so mercilessly In the past should lose ilffe no time In enlisting In the consumer's Mfti combination, which has been organized Un to fight against this system of extortion. WWh With the exception of an extra charge U of fifty oents a ton for coal delivered in .KL Oreenpolnt, East New York, Klatbuah E and Bay Illdge, the terms fixed by "The Hi-' World" for supplying consumers In this CiV city and Brooklyn, remain unchanged. ,T This extra charge, as already stated. Is is made on account of the additional labor Mr Involved In delivering coal In those out KM lying districts In Brooklyn, where tho sW' roads are In a very bad condition. Ki If the combination of the coal barons H Is ever to be broken now Is the time to Rf do It. All that Is needed Is the hearty U, support of the people and a united re T slstance to the exactions of the dealers, 4Kf Wholesale and retail. K. 'The World" has shown the way In '. which this end can be accomplished. UBV Blnce the movement was started, not UBi two weeks ago, more than 2,000 tons of !? coal have been sold, and consumers who Et.r have taken advantage of the offer jKf which it makes have saved nearly HB " If every consumer In this city and isVh Brooklyn fully appreciated the eco- IHfi. nomlcal side of this question, to say PBS nothing of the principle which Is In- MM'?' volved In the issue, the figures should B? have -been ten times as large. The MB opportunity, however, Is still open and 'leV those who desire it may take advantage Jf)ic of the exceptional terms which are of. 1M5 fered by "The World." Iwis' Do not delay another day. The com- !?, blnatlon may raise the price to-morrow. imjf They can do It arbitrarily, as they .flB-st have shown time and again, no matter what the conditions of trade or the market may be. In proof of the assertion that the barons raise tho price of anthracite nt every opportunity one has only to look nt the history of tho Heading pool. This was In 1892. When that year came In the wholesale price of ronl per ton was nH foil on; lJroUon, J.1.25; egg, 13 26; stove. IJ K0; chestnut, 3. Thcii figures arc taken from the price-list Issued Jnn. IS of that year by the Lctilgh and Wllke'sbarre Coal Company. The pool wns formed, and In eight months the price of coal was raised six times. Yon rcnil the- Idrnlnrr World! Dfi ynn rrml the Annilny World? NO MORE CIGARETTES. Coniniislnner llutibell Trlls About the C'rimmlr In tlir IchnnlN. There Is an oesoclatlon of boys In tho public schools having for lit main ob ject the cure of the clitnrrtte habit omong pupils. Commissioner Hubhell lhas written an nrtlcle for The Pundny World telllnt; all nlMiit the mnernent. The scholar ni predate the effjrts be Ing nnde for their Rood, and they are joining tha Association In laige num bers. SwwS KO MORB OP THIS If you want to know the harm that cigarettes do, and how they handicap a boy who Is Just starting In the strug gle of life, you will learn by reading to-morrow's Sunday World. There Is Sood advice oil through It, and a good eal of news. Yon rend the ISrenlna; World! Do you read the Sunday Worldt An Agonising Thoualit. (Trom Judgt ) Dora Why are you crying? Clara deo I mean Mr. NI N'lcefcllo kl kissed me In the tho hall. Dora He doubtless acted on a sudden Impulse. I wouldn't cry nbout that. Clara But I I slapped him for It, and I'm a afraid I hur hurt him. Boo, hoo, liool When Baby was sick, we gare her Cattorta, When she was a Child, she cried for Cutoria, When the becoms Miss, she chine to Cutoria, When she had Children, shs gave them Caitoris, SPORTING NEWS AND 6DSSIP. e Preparatory School Championships at Borkoloy Oval, May 16. The "Kentucky Ilotcbud"nnd Pierce to Meet April 28. There seems to be some excellent ma terial among the preparatory schools of New York thin season. At the games of the Columbia Grammar School jeiterday the performances of the yotinff athletes wern unusually good all through. The athletes of all thee schools will meet In a grand contest at Berkeley Oval May 18. The Intersrholnstlc chnmplonshlps, which will t'i drcldo.1 on this date, have grown to le one of tho most Interesting fixtures of tho year. The work of the boys Is worth watching, as tha colleges are partially dependent on them fur ath letic material and futura champions. Walter Edgerton, the "Kentucky Bosebud," yesterday forwarded a signed contract to Eddie Pierce for a six-round contest, to be held at Grund Central Palace on Saturday, April 28. The result of this light will pretty clearly prove whether or not the i'hlla delphian has any right to believe that he can defeat Dlion. Another good card will be the meeting between Owen Zlegler and Jack Kalvsy. The former beat Billy Ernst with consummate ease, but he has a pretty hard game In his new opponent. Kddle Sweeney nnd Joe Burke will meet In a six-round contest at this show. Billy Mndden has changed the date of his boxing tournament to next Wednesday night. He has signed articles with a number of lending box ers The star attraction of the evening will be a six-round bout between Frank Craig, the Harlem CofTeo Cooler, and Pete Burns or Harry Neumler. Why did Brooklyn release Brouthers and Keeler? was the question asked by every local rooter who went to Balti more. Nobody was able to answer the question. Both of these men are play ing a great game In batting, fielding and base running. Brouthers seems to have been born again. He Is like a two-year-old, and hla eye was never better. Treasurer Ed Tolcott, of the New York Baseball Club, Is one of the gamest losers In the business. When things were going agnlnst the New Yorks In Balti more nnd the local magnates were twit ting the New Yorker, he only said: "J0O to JtOO wo beat you out, or $500 even we beat out any club In the League." A Baltimore despatch states that Ike Weir broke all records there this week. He knocked out three men Inside of half a minute. Eddie Burns received his quietus In eight seconds, Charlie Davis went to eleep In twelve seconds and William Allen was knocked out In seven seconds. To-night, at Wokal's Assembly Booms, Long Island City, the final bouts of the Prospect A. C. amateur boxing tourna ment will be decided. Following Is a list of trial winners who will compete In tho finals: 110-pound class, S. Tlce, Prospect A. C: J. Doyle, National A. C; J. Barry. Astoria A. C and J. McGinn, Brokers A. C; 122-pound class, P. Horan, Lex ington A. C.: W. Anderson, Prospect A. C; O. Larney, Star A. C, and J, Bhec han. Pastime A. C. ; 135-pound class, W, Payntar, Prospect A. C, and Jim McOlvcrn, Standard A. C. John Ward Is playing a better second baso this year than he ever did. Tho New York Athletic Olub will have Its thirty-fourth annual "Ladles Day" to-day, e e The total score In the D'Oro-CUar-water pool match At Cleveland is: D'Orev SCO; Clearwater, 1,002. Harvey L. Haas. The decision was given to Harmm. Yon rend the Krrnlnir World! Do yon read the Sunday World? IN THE WORLD OF LABOR. The Gnrftl Ei?cuttr Ho&rd or th KnlRhU of La Nor will roet In Ctilcao neit V4nai4ajr. At a rtstulw tnMtlnit of tht ItrieklirersV Eieeti. tire Uoorfi of Ilrooklyn th worklnn code of 1811 , unaolmouilr liptel for the year 14, bgla i nlnrr Hr 1. lt. ni mlln Mar 1 " I (YmMltuMoml amfnrtmfnu will be dicoMs1 at tn-norrow'i meeting of tbe International riaao Mnkert Unto a Th credential of Ixx'al Am to Mr 1 WW, K. of I. , ralnteri, Wirt rejected by tbe Hoard of Walk log Delegate yeeterdty rigfir-Makeri' I'nlon No K3 gained eteren new ' member thU week To the election fund of tbe Labcr party In Iletgtum 1 20 wai contributed. locomotive eiidlhfera firemen, ear conductor;, brakemeti trainmen enl o'her railway employeet hare eitabHe-brd a llroiherbood Lyceum In Boitnn. I There will be a conference of all hrancbe if I the Indeprndent Maker' I'nlon at Faulhaber'a I Hall Second avenue, near Klghtlota itreet, thli f evening I Bilk weaven faav etnick at the factories In , Summit, N. J , and they aent word to thla city 1 yeattnlay for all teitllo workers to ttay away. I Furniture Workers' I'nlon No S2 hai elected: A OeUchUger, Financial Secretary, Oeorga Maser. Itecordlng and Corresponding Secretary , J. Caasell, A. Dillon and J KHdler, Trustees About 2 CO Iron moulders were locke 1 out at Griffin Iron Morka In Jersey City, yesterday, aa tha men Intended to strike against a reduction of wage. Architectural Iron worltera struck on Jons at Canal nnd Tourth streets, yesttrdsy, to ae.il st carpenter In securing union waga hlch were paid after only a few hours Interruption of work, "Unions for rracttcal Rood" are being or ganlied In some cities by working men and women Their object Is to Improve the laboring claeees by any mean within their reach, from benevo lent acta to potltlcs and legislation. At a masmeetlng held at the Ilrooklyn Labor Lyceum last night, the brewery workmen decided not to change their contracts hlch tbe bos brewer refuse to algn, and flpht tha bosses. If neceasary, by boycotting their beer "The New York 'World' continue to ehow up the Inloulty of tha coal oomMne and the viola tions of law by the Pennsylvania coal-carrying railroads Dut these latter corporations consider themselves stronger than the law. and from present appearances they are, too ' ''Journal of tha K. or L. Of lata glu-i-blowera have been Imported to this country to euperseda the American work men of the United States Glass Company mho are on strike agalnat reductions of wages made by that concern These Imported men mostly coma from Saiony. where they ere taught tha trad In Government Institutions Among them are blowers, grinders, adjusters, testers, cutters and designers Ilaaolutlon were adopted by tbe delegates to tb sonference for the May 1 demonstration re senting the Insinuation made by the Central La bor Union that "scabs" are represented In the conference, and derlarlng that the C L U. acted In a spirit contrary to tha Ilea of solidarity and fraternity which la to be principally agitated by this demonstration simultaneously In all clvlllied countries Lectures for worklngmen will take place to morrow, I p, XI.. at 8 Union square, by F. Scrimshaw, upon "Piety and Povert) ," at tb Hudson Building, Eighth avenue and Thlrty aeventh etreet, by Mrs Harriet A. Kejser, upon "Equal Hlghta; at 1C91 Second avenue, by M. i llllkowltch. upon "The History of tbe Revolu tionary Movement In Russia " at 61S Fulton street Prooklyn, by Luclen Sanlal, upon "Tha Tariff Question." -I Yon rent, the KTriilnnr Worlil 1 Do you rend the Sunday AVorldT "harlem river park. liooKa jsow orEN ron ENaxuKMiorra 1011 lKtnlVALH.ac. OFFICB. HJ7TI1 HTKi:i!T A: gp ATK. Boarders Wanted. OOl WAHIIINHTON ST.-ltriiirclnble men: bunra and whlug, fa. D'llrlen; till night up. DANDUnV HAT CO . M DubrouM tThe tyirr tyl. t kill Bntdwir price.. Light colon may. . Ifo tsrtra chart brthrttktnt, bfcmi4 m hsvt no Uttytb't tfyUi to ttU. tnmfjts LITTLE PROFIT Jr -V9 Experimenting. This fact is demonstrated every day in this store. Llama Thibet Overcoats, $IO People know all about the black flag that went to Australia and back without fading a par- tticle. And that's why it's unneces sary as well as un profitable to experi ment in buying an Overcoat. We all know what these are made of, how they're made and that's all there is of it, except the price $io. So what's the use of experi menting with something we know little about. Spring Suits are in, good and stylish. Try your eyes and fingers on them. E. O. Thompson, TAIL0E, CL0TMEB AHD IMPORTER, 245 BROADWAY, Ctwten rule PUc and Mumjr St. Fists and Apartments to Let. i.U SinKKT. JM W.-Oroomt snd butb. .iOtfl srilKKT, 85 w. -4 rooms sncl hsih. " BTIlKJi-T, UOHW.-Anmms sod bath. 40Ih troet, 2ii V, 8 rooms nnd bath. All newlv pthinicd and decorated: Meam brnted. Alo several llata and houaon In tho . Ninth Ward. Jaultorn, or Hammond h Oruct, o31 Hudson at. I Excursions. Coney Island & Sea Beach Route On Sunday aftirnoon. April 23, It fair, boat! Iae Whltth.il St. T.rmlnui of tb. EI.tKl noail.. at 10 mlnutra art.r each hour, via DAT niooE fcury and sea dkach houte. Religious Notices. HI'. 1IAU1IUIA)MKWB I'AIUSU HOUHh, iut K. 4'il at. Sunday Services: l'rnjer boon ser Tire and sermon by Rev. Dr. McQrew at H o'clock A. M.; evening nraer and address at a P.M. All are cordially Invited to be present. IMNUUIIY HAT CO., Jl Dtshrosies St., retail hats at strlctlr whol.sal. prices. Open to-night till 11. pEINHARDT'S, 1- y 86th Bt and 3d avo. (GBAND OPifflG) of 0(ir Neu) Eslabllshrnent, uEoiyifma Plonday, April 23, AHD THE EUTIRB WEEK. Largo and Select Display of the Latest Novelties In all tho following dopartmontst MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS, CAPES. SUITS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, NECKWEAR, UNDERWEAR, FANCY GOODS, SHOES, HOUSEFURNISIIINGS, &c SODYENIR FOR EYERY LADY DEINHARDT'S, A 3d ave. and 8Gth at. RUPTURE m. PERMANENTLY A CURED 00 wMl a Ho Par Until Cured. f BJ We refer out3 4,000 Pa'leilt OiT"" NO OPERATION, smfeLalL NO DETENTION SsBlEEi FROM BUSINESS SjrFar Clrenlars and Hank Hcfureaces, KUilrrst any oronr olllcea. THEO. E. MILLER CO. Incorporated Capital iSc Surplus 8l,NK),OUO. OiTlcra In all larnc clilcs nf II. H. NEW VOltK Ol'ticf., a 1IAT 3QTH HT. Help Wanted Male. FEEDKR3 A tendtrt on llthoemphlo preuti; 17.60 to ft 9 per weak, according to ! ot prru; experienced bandi ontf. Bchumacher A Et timer, 14 DUeceret- FEEDERS A tenders on ltthographlo preuei; 17. tO to 50 per week, according to ilie t preu; experienced bande only. Tho Knapp Co., M Park place, FEEDERS A tender on llthographle preteei; 17. M to ICO per week, according to alio of pre Be; experienced bandi only. Donaldwn Droe.. FIto Polnta. Bumlntss Property to let In l fXOOtl. u nht room" (or drensmaker or light buslnoM; l&i Cut 43d it. adjoining ftl vf.t wcslildr. J. V. ilrady. Sporting. CASH PAID. - CAMItHAB AND VNfc. X.ENHBH Bsssht R?g- "Tvlssi rr AnMa nU?f?SSlSQm Bargains In ITew MUIfZS--vpmS and Second.lland INlfaVlVAII Cannraa and Ltiuea. Iulk1Ur9sil 4xalIANCJA31. IIHlvJlIll ERAM.MhTSlOt t-IiE-JjCv Nw Ban Flash NxAtPgX r-amps.No 1, 1.23 DRY FI.ATKK, 4fl.OQr,l Oa7,!K)f. A loll assortment of GtaemlcaU and Buppltaa, Printing and deratoplng. Rnd 4-ccnt stamp for Instructor and catalogue, tjik PQi,aiifite huuwinu inya.co., 871 Canal at., N. V,, 3 floors cant of Broadwray. Remington Bicycles, EASY PAVMENT PI, AN, $15.00 ON UKaMTERY OF MACHINE AND DAI.AM'K IN aiONTIII.Y PAY. niUNTS OK t10J!AtII. OPEN UiricNINUH UNTIL, O P. .11. F. W. AYMAR, GRAND CIRCLE, 8JH AVE. & 59TH ST. niCYCLE RLAUOHTEIt ol thooc 1,600 New l&H Hafetlea listed at SIM, complete at , JK EAClCi also COO of same raakra slightly soiled orused but little, SS1S AND S40 KACH. I,. C. JANPOHK V t'Oti Il A: US W. laoTH ST., 88 PARK PLACE (Cor. Ihnrch Bt.) Dentistry. PAINLESS DENTISTRY. DR. 0. W. HALL'S NEW METHOD. Teeth extracted positively palnlam without Gas, Chloroform or Kther. l)r. C JL Post 04 ttthave.. Newark. N. , J., sa)i: "1 had 14 teeth extracted at Dr. Hull's Dental Parlors without the least particle ol pain and without loss of am. eclousnesa." Hundreds of testimonials at oOlce. tfSa astB7aFlU K TEbTH -, aTr dnld crowns and teeth wlthont plates Iruwrtll posltlrely painless, at reasonable ratei M GUM TEETH, ON RUBBER PLATE, $10. GOLD FILLINGS, f.1.60 UPWARD. ., SILVKll FILLINQS. 7.V. UPWARD. Fllllngslnserted palnlcsal y and warranted Oyears. O.W.HALL,l.D.S., I)4f nROADWAY. SDoon tlolow 23d St., NEW VOTtTC TTourai B A. M. to 8 P. M. hundays. 10 to 1 VinSOOEMGREST k)lu 100 Sewing Machine. Warranted for fire years. Full set of attach, menu n lth every machine lO'l.OOO sold In ten ynr. The only high grade sewing machine sold forlu.ou. UOWl'ANWEDOITITnnreE RECTtothePUllLIC, If -ou havo any doubu about them elvlnir satisfaction ask us to send tes timonials received from ladles residing In your vicinity t ho havo used them. Sent on trial. Ask for catalogue o! other styles, DEMORKStTBKWlNU MACHINE COMPANY, 168 West 83d st. . New York. Hotels. TAnLE D' nOTK.fiOc. ,tnclw!lnislne; "courses, ariectlonofSUdtshes. NewYorkllotel.OUSBway. SMOKE 244 Tobacco, 2 OUNCES FOft 4 CENTS, Ra Hroadt. AMKRIOA'S ORIATEST RAILROAeV NEWYORH (entral T-fc HUDSON RIVER R.ll - "FJ0mJ?rud Central Station, 49dSU 8.30 A. AI.-Except Hunday. Kmplre Stat iK Fastest train In the world. 8.30 A. M.-llly fast Mali For DoOalo, HI f 'J? F"8' Chtcaga ' ,?'.:!.(? & i,,.K:I.?Dt Sunday. Bay Express, 1.00 P. M.-DaJlyforUnclanatl,6LLouliaai Chicago. 0.30 P M.-EX. Sunday. For Albany a 4.30 P. iS-Dally. New York ani Chios Limited. Due Cleveland 7.40 A. JC Detroit 0.23A.M., Chicago 0.80 P.M. 0.00 PM. -Dally, ior Cleveland, Detnti . Chicago. Clnclnnstl and St. Lonla. 0,85 VnriW"-. F?r BorlUiatoii. Plattt pnrr and Montreal, 1.30 P.r. -Dally. For Buffalo and HIssM 0.00 P. M.'-Dally. Only Sleeping Car Paean . srersfor Rochester carried on this train. O.I a P, M. Dally forChicaxoand Ordsnaburs . and except Sunday for Cape Vlnoenv 0.04 A.M.and :,40P.M,-Dally exceptras day for Pltteneld via Harlem Division. " saner Palace Can on all tbroogh trains. Trains Illuminated by PlntacbLlghL Ticket and Wagner offlces at Grand Centra Station. 113, 201. 4P1. 785, 043 Broadway, Columbus ave., 63 West 120th t., and lSalhea. station. New York: IKWanl 720 Fulton at,. SB) 74Broadny, y. D., Brooklyn. llsgEnge checked from hotel or reeidrtoebyth westrott Evpreos Co. JOHN M. TOIJCEY. OKOROE JL DANIELS, General Manager. Pen. Pass. Ageal n CSil.keslera BaalMk sSea . , rENNrROYAL PILLS. f Original sad ly eleaalBe. A aari, aleari ratuata, uaissiMl XV" aiulll. V.IM, mMvu HnrtV umT a. Take fTSkm. mftm 4amfww MtWuweiM. md eiiiiaaliaa ai PrstsIM. m tmi 4a. la ttosu. aaj aril..Un. KMIawlal. aad fiBatlI nr I.a4lM, U uiur, t retanllaZ 10,000 TailUxaUI. JfeMlwia IS . aU Lm VnuUI. PkUaC.. P KvHgB BJ Hs V ssSBi iu II B bHbW1 l2l1Tm tiny. Capsalea aur. feat In 48 noure yrllbeatL, ncanveslenctt, nrfectlona(MIrT I Bjbeba nnd Inlectlona tail. V For Sale. , Hllrosa WILLCOX ft OIBRS, Automatic, Domeetle. lrl Home. White, singer. Household, the w known Krase. SIR up; good second-hand aewta machines from 10 up, for cash or monthly pe ments We exchange, rent and repair all uaai SjJSSchl Knu r Co" 1!K Inl SOU Grand su .... I Onder 51adweirs Island For the Paris Salon 1 M ." Miss MegMerrilies Explores the Big Tunnel, which The Leading American Artists Who Are Not I . 1S Now Nearly Completed, Under the River Bed Living in Paris Have Made Sketches from Theil II of the East River, Between New York and Long Exhibits for the Spring Salon for the SUNDA1 : Island City. WORLD. 1 If "Our Only Tu x. t NewVork's f I Black Mam- 1 he Lite Ot Croker. RiaUniversitJ I'M. A Powerful and Pathetic Story ot t-, tt t-, rT,TT . "1 M Southern Race Prejudice, Writ- By OTTO KEMPNER. A Study of Famous Old Columbil I'm ten for the Sunday World by , Now Rapidly Gaining Positid lm Hamlin Garland. ,. . , Among the Foremost Americal 98. ' Biography of the Tammany Boss by the Ex- Colleges. j It Crusade Against Assemblyman Reveals Mr. Croker's Early Rnmnti 1 ffl ' CiJarrtto areer aS a Professional Prize-Fighter. mance 01 A cigarettes. . atl Emprsf El mZriteSCT7hreWHlTnH H'XS Memorab'e Battle in Jones's Wood with "Dickie" Lynch, A Character Study of Catherine L M- ' Cigarette -Movement in the Whe" the Latter Was "Carried from the Ring of Russia, One of the Most Ri H Public Schools. Minus Several Front Teeth." markable Personages in Hit HfyrV, Wevm-"nnTsTlisMWllllsaslllllM ! ii s