From the Evening Telegraph, July 27, 1899:
Newsboy Pushed Off Car
Louis Miller, a newsboy, eighteen years old, who lives at the Newsboys’ Lodging House, in Duane street, was taken to Hudson Street Hospital last evening from No. 10 Frankford street, suffering with a contusion of the hip.
He said that yesterday morning, while selling newspapers on a car in Thirty-fourth street, a man, whom he does not know, pushed him from the car, injuring his hip.
As he had no money he walked down Broadway and was later found by a policeman and taken to the hospital.