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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 10 October 1887

Iff TiART1 J:WW T A rnm dl I I I PRICE NCEWT- NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1887. PRICE ONE CEWT. '9 1 If JACK HUSSEY'S MDBDERER. ) J If r l ' m I j P0U0EMAK HAHN FACES A JUBT IN THE l)l&& V OENERAIi SESSIONS. wlni jV V Btorr of tho meeting After the Follee Ptcnla ImW it "Whleh Decan vrlth Drinks and Ended .IB fl' wlth Ptol Shots-Tho Bravo Old XJfe. .W., ') ' avere Laat Fight Aaalntt Beatb-CoL. 3flM() Fellows Bneaks for the Prosecution, wWaWJI jR OLIOEMAN Edward Haha is on trial for his life in Part II. of tho Court ol General Ses sions. On the night of fjune 2 he fired two shots from a re volver at Copt Jack Hussey, who had re ceived medals for Bar ing thirty-live human lives. The lost shot entored Hussey's ab domen and nineteen days afterward he died in the Gouverneur Street Hospital. Capt. Hnssey -was, in his way, a famous man, and had received much honorable notico for his acts of courage. When sober hb was an off-hand, rough old f el am low, but qnito good H naturod. Ba...

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. — 10 October 1887

mp ifrr... u & H'juI 'tlH, And it hM no other , method. IKtfV ' ,HUording to Uh Republican prcMhUprinci. j ' TqoaHficatlon for the high ofllco of Bocro. k,r Wy of Btato consists in tho fact thnt ho was ssW V& ' (elected by mo for a lesser or subordinate fWJ? '. I plaee.f or which the Republican Senate refused Kitfi- toconflnn him. The opposition nro vrelcomo MwBpr to whatever consolation or argument they GU?' .can derivo from that ciroumstanco. Tho fra-' 'Democrats Trill win this fall because tho lion. rtoL est, bana fldo worklngmon of tho Btato will Hftft note their ticket. They realize that whatever Pi1', 'beneficial legislation has boon had in tho past . Ht, ha been secured mainly through tho efforts Kttt 'of Democrats and usually against the onpo- ptf ? dtlon of the Republicans. Tho rocords of tho - $' " legislature prove this fact. Nearly overydis- IHrfi? tinctlvo labor meararo roceivos the united Bw X Demoeratio tote and passos with tho aid of n t, very few Republicans...

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. — 10 October 1887

m IT. v3 ,'rBVENmajmmMi:-wom "i I: ABOUT THE ACTORS. WTQt NOT TIIB ONLY BOCIETI WOMAN IN HER COMPANY, rfceatre Spoken of for the American Compuny Mr. Iduxtry to Take Company to the Pacific rjlopa 3Ir. r Uaffganl to Receive Hoyultlee on i Mlaa Russell Still at the Standard. HE d r m a H o nu ft A Vnltf who make olionges and ItytMMajprPBnperinUnJ the stage TT0 Yet Mr. Bronson How 1 & " has sll0,ro Wb, reo J) Jf a Iosco's suggestions in MnEVVV ID? htm as joint author. ajgff dncos a charactor of Van Winkle typo. It troota of the trance of a husband and father for i years and the changes which ho his domestic circle on his return, he acts takes place at Nowport, and toga of the Fourteenth Streot Theatre rfven oyer to the moroiea of a lady a pair of real ponies across the stage, e in the true Kewport style. George who in the past few years has beon d with farcial comedies, will be seen jlpho," and Mrs. Knight, who has ed any really strong comedy part for ill make her reappearance at 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. — 10 October 1887

H; ,- THE HEV? MONDAY, OCTOBER lOrn. MKY BiTBBCMJPXIOlf (Inetuitng JPettuge), Brxn ttoirxn. 301 p&r teau, $3.ao. BBB&1 i . - HP j'.' ' TO ADVERTISEB8. HkK. 'n Th rait Jr advertising in (he Daty Would HeW' -"" aPfty t the Svening Unit. Nor do the BlfoJL ' Of Owt aPPJV to ft morning edition. HW-r.- i Rtf 'A TUB EVEH1H0 WORLD. BBBEr Hp TxufirBlness in all things; Independence of K: ' v U Wtiea, Influences end personal interests'; KM JtfeWteesoess in the exposnro of abuses ; By m KnT ,ttywith the weak and oppressed; Con HKHi?la&eyia demanding equal jnstloe for all H&KitttM ra soma of the landmarks of Tnis BHf'fK aTwmto'WoMJ). It Trill seek to be bright, HHe r ' havrsy and attractive, and to become a wel H 'fMM.Tisltor at the fireside. nu In all this tre shall supplement the work HK;, i' eiTHsWoMJ) whiohhas so well redeemed HE' Ms promise " to expose all fraud and sham, Hk -,' VO fight all publio evils and abuses and to H&'tH Mrra and battle for the people with earnes...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 10 October 1887

W M AMP8EMTCNT8. I .J3D STREET TABERNACLE LPEDNESDAY NEXT If IT M( WILL RK OPENED W&Jmil TI1E KXIItnlTlON 07 WH M. DE MUNKACSY'S 1 . 1 CHEAT UEL1OI0U8 FAINTMO, 'CHRIST II ON I CALVARY. HJ? v At the 23d St. Tabernacle. K CHARLES 8BDKLMEYBR, Proprietor. $L Calvary " is a worthy companion to his H KChriBt boforo Pilato." It has the isamo su- M j&rb dramatio force, the snmo intense real- H Jf'ss, the samo wondorfnl power of making t oo divine element apparent without tho H JVightost departure from tho bare historical W jWcts- Christian World, March 6, 1885. WHYS Ml of tub ft MERRIMAC R r ifflo witor I MIAVAL BATTLE. H I Thi panorama, after an unprecedented sneoe of two 1 freer, wUl eoon be oloeed. Ml ( MADISON AVE. AND S9TII ST. ifW f OPEN DAY AND EVENING. mjmS I Within one block of OentralPark. aw The great painti.... ,. .. MM.n.iNwet 139 6th are., near W 37thst.. daily from 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Admission. 3So. Ab T A TO BTRKET THEATIIK. Oor 6th are. PI!. Matlnre ftstnrdaynnly dur...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 10 October 1887

&. .? L "' TJH5 BTENIWG WOIitP: MOJ0&Y, QCTpBEft W 1887, JV J ' " " '" V l If f IIALLAHAK IP Br AND IJORRISSY, kP 9 Wet 14th Street And &&'" 47 na 49 Wpst 13th St I , WpAR RUsTH A WTO I: SIAT SALE OP CMS, Bb If Ukt pleeeare la dlrMtlnc the epealal atteattnaof Hv m oaetmaara fen our 0)ok peptrpaeat. The aaeoiV mWjr meata ara'wraphU In imr Uae. Jeeketa, Wrmp. IV ,SMtjinwk. Ptn ifl FUih, VeiTeta, uqk, fVV' (Mial ell the new Fell Febrlee, Far etjU, fit and -H& wo.emaji.hlp (fa f trmeaU hate. "PetfOT. aad, oar , price, art poettfrelr per eent. lower tUa otter turnee. HsOJT nuk)na)rtUaUaroolt. H ' poor ftaabere M Beeqae. that ehellease th trulo. . . , Mmff- KaafrtnHMiatViriqia. ed. Ipehes loa-....,. Kil , Fo?t doable Bnl OraemeaU, ehamola pook.ta, etorm or E& rolUn eoUer..'.,Rifli ""MW ". Un"nvt.,Bies . from M to tl. boat roeeeareraeat Al th follow. H&g twrreei -Kfbt Vs.-Hr-taeheelonf, 15.9J. P'' N.4-43-lnoboilon, S34.05. K? J ATTlll TV)-d "sele, V.U i.4. , t.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. — 10 October 1887

HP JuJXJLiHi Wm , , JKMffi W(P:llHi 111 JAJnucu aJH I PRICE ONE CENT. " NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. fjM W JACK HUSSEY'S MURDERER. POLICEMAN HAIIN FACES A JURY; IN THE 1 GENERAL SESSIONS, fctory of the aieetlng-After the Police Picnic Which Benn with Drlnlu and Ended with Plutol ShotaTho Dravo Old Life, aver' Lwrt .Plain Acnlnit Death-Col. , Fellow Speaks for the I'rosecutlon. j "SN OMOEMAN Edward "l "piHahniii on trial for his Vwro Court of General Bes- rrV sions. On the night of Y' H June 2 he firod two nfSnBn ( shots from ft re- Out volvor ut Copt. Jock flV Hussey, who had re- jO lUv ceived medals for sav- B """ iTU? nR thirty-five human IrwTn I Jim! UTe8, The la8t "hot tLolCf'fff J (fijl entered Husscy's ab- (pJ I (qlti!! domon and nineteen Vwt-" I J. j fy days afterward he died X'iWl' i liT 'n no Gouverneur XJ'liyV' Street Hospital. fioS Cnpt. Hussey mi, in Irfpi E3V hisway.it famous man, 3 Isi3uWI"''t)) and had received muoh I MJOflflt'vCA honorable noti...

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. — 10 October 1887

PHl4liv' '- i THE EVENING WOULD? MONDAY, (OCTOBER 10, 1887. " f EK tV'k, tad It has bo otbor method. .Hj ' AeeoriUnff to the Republics press hi princl Eft'EMEi'-f pl quallflcoUon for Hie high office of Becro ! tory of State consists in the fact that ho was K-RMkOT: lcted by me f or n lessor 'or subordinate K' BR( iace,for which the Republican Senate refused B'RHS 'sv to confirm him. The opposition are wolcomo KtHmii t "whatever consolation or argument they Hk'':'i cttn derive from that circumstance. Tho B ' RwWA ,j Democrats trill win this fall becauco the hon E ", R'iC hana fide trorklnpmon of the State will K'HL'-?' yote their ticket. They realize that whatever i- Kj'v..".' beneficial legislation has been had in the post B&RMSK'lii has been Mmrod mainly through the efforts Eti WBtkhf'' of Democrats and usually against tho oppo. WlflKw.' sitlon of tho Republicans. Tho records of tho BjnEVJttt .,, Legislature proTO thin fact. Nearly oTcry dls HBwsaRrl tinotive labor measure rece...

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. — 10 October 1887

I j J , THE EVEmWQ WORLD. MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1887. ' ' tf -5SB jTHiWS ABOUT THE ACTORS. H, TSSS. P0TT5& NOT THE 0S1T BOdBTr w ' WOMAN IN HER COMPAHT. 0' A Now Theatre 8pakn af ft the Amertraa Opera, Company Mr. Langtry Take Uer Company to the Faclflo Slope Mr. Rider Ha-nr to Receive Royattlee on " She" Miss Rueecll Still at the Standard. ' - HE dlnmrttloau. tfT?!E thor ore not pnrtieu ' KwkV VbKw larly thsnkf ul tothoso 1 JfM'IWaV.vXVy w ma anROf and IjKMQHuJrBQperintend tho stag, jT , Jrfg fitness of their work. -M) l-SF et " ronon Dow- tjjlf n efe w H otm'ton David Bo- VirR. Jni ctL. n I800'8 suggestions In TP tKSNa i ltc7 regard to " Adolpht," I jjBftojiaaiV which is to bo pro- I &?&0S&1 dnood at tho Four- J yUliK'Sk trrnth Street Theatre i, flHjXV iB him b joint an thor. I' JFSPvipY' A. d o 1 p h " intro-ss- duces a character of the Ittp Van "Winkle type. It treats of tho disappearance of a husband and father for nineteen years and tho changes which he i finds i...

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. — 10 October 1887

wmS''Ji:-1' " " ' VSrV ' the evening world: Monday, octobek 10. 1887: ' " II U KnL MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th. S&J& ' BxmBcaxrxzox inuttt , WM ?S MONTB,,SOot rzn TXAIU $8JS0. Kg I ,. M , ,1, I Iffi TO ADVERTISERS. mWfc Thtretti ftrcOnriltint intht JMflyWon4 lv"E3ftE ' fljWKF tHB EVEHIHO WOULD, V$K ffrathfiilBeai la all thing) Indeptadeaoft of EfiBp' all parties, Inflaeneeaandpersonal intereeta'i Salt '"Feeileaaa In the eapoaara of abuses i Sym- Sjj pathywiUi th week sad opprecsdt Coa- Kflff' ' jaacyln demaiklinreeraal Juotioo for all 5E' the are some of tha landmarks of Tux Pi KtmtocoWomj). It will seek to be bright, $& , Bewsyand attractive, and to beeomo a'wal- K . eoms ridta? at tho-flreside. Wp$ In all thi w shall npplaaMnt Che work KffijP a Tax Woau which has so well redeemed BfM-', Ha promi " to expose all fraud and sham. KsSL"' a"a PnbUo tQ "" abuses and to BbSs' asm aad battlo for the people with earnest In ajaoerity." We dull sot oonflno ourselves Hw& , . -tm lie ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 10 October 1887

nff4 vl-PryfcSJhiiaMiF' fsi1aax.aaffiamiPraslisnmnaaaM nBaBaBaBaBaaaaaamtv It V ia7"f 'jim"TitWnTXmZimmmmmmmmWmmmmW Ti f- t j - THE EVENING WOteLP; MONDAT OCTOBEtt 16, 1887. ...... . rffVlW W c ' A3ITJBEMKNTB. 1 23d 8treet tabernacle ' WEDNESDAY NEXT 'J (ftt' WILL BB 0FE31ED 7 I i j V 'THE Kxuiurnoif OF 'J "". M. DE MUNKACSTS GREAT RELIGIOUS PAINTING. CHRIST ; -1 ON 'CALVARY. . ' i At the 23d St. Tabernacle t ; V OILUILBB BBDBLMEYER, Proprietor. "' I ''Calvary "Is a worthy companion to -his li ' "Christ before Pilate." It has the samo su- i perb dramntio force, the samo intense roal- r noss, the some wonderful power of maldng f the divine element npparont without the " slightest departure from the baro historical Uxocts. Christian World, March 6, 1883. J,1 i, OF THE i ' MERRIMAC j i AND I ? MONITOR I1! NAVAL BATTLE- tyt i , This panorama, after an unprecedented gucoeM of two. j f rears, will Boon be closed. MADISON AVE. AND 69m 8T. tl I T OPEN DAT AND EVENING. I - " . Within one blo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 10 October 1887

I' THE EVErOWG WORLD; MONDAY, OCTOBEH 10, 1887. ' I pALLAHM mt AND 1 morrissy, I& lA8 West 14th Street and J 4V and 49 West 13thSt Hf' KBAR-SIXTH AYXZTOB. j MAT SALE OF CLOAKS. HESKJ Y?lakjBaBr.b dliMtlns Iba rpaetal attention of HmVW utonan to on Cloak Department. Tb unit- Htffi "? in eoaplat In .Terr line. Jaatat, Wrap, Rff 4 ' VtsvMlHiwiUfksta, BilUu In Plain, VelreU. Bilk, KT VBtoth.nd all tie new Pall Fabrlca. For .tjl. 111 and Vt5 V Mrknuubli tot garawnU bar ao anporlor, and our .BV" lirlMiaropodUTilMlxroent. knrr than otherhonao HK&Vr- aaaUnf fox ttallar good. BBBBBn8fi HBr. ToaMnabtn la Basnet that ehanenrth. trade.. .. Mantr JaadeBloaa Real Baal Ploah, aOand 41 InebM Ion BbV , Bmr Aoobla Baal Oreamenta, ehamola posketa, atorra or H1 lelllnc oollar. Illeb Qalllad aatin lining Blta Bp ram WU44-inhbnrttnatiiament......Altha follow- PA 4tasprlaMi KV H.. X.-4toacha Jong. 115. JS. K'. N.8.-e0.lncheelons, S1B.85. WMSSt JC.l.-a.inehealong, aai.SS. mMtef , . U4lf AB-Wool Tal...

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. — 11 October 1887

J . WW T FIRST ;S?tlfE1ife TnTT5QT '4m , L1J 1 -1 1U3' 1 C IfflfflS WffliPf IMI I EDITION, m PRICEWONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER II, 1887. PRIrF )NF p. ' !9 NO FIFTH WHEEL ALLOWED. KO GEORGE INSPECTORS LET SERVE ON '; BOARDS OP REGISTRX. , i Heveral Arrests Itaile of Men Who Wanted ) to Enforce Their Claims Discharged nt X tlio Police Court with a Heprlmnnd No l'J Test Case Vet Prepared No Unusual , Registration Itcparted. I i Every policeman ouduty nt a place of rog- I istry to-day was carefully equipped by bis I captain with a stock of law points sufficient to jf niako blm a match forany obstroperous would-be Qeorgo inspector wbo might J bhow up. Itwnswelleiplaluedto tho policemen that , I tho General Term of tho Supremo Court had decided the appointment of tho 812 United Labor Party Inspectors Bworu in by John J. O'Brien to be illegal. A resolution of the Police Board was also read in each statlon-housu, directing tho officers to noii fy the regular Democratio and Kopublic...

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. — 11 October 1887

sHRw'-L . Blkl THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1887. Kr; TOT MfTUEpDAY, OCTOBER lira. HK;"t)w'pBOSXrXJOJr (Xneluding Pottage), B; m Mourn, soc; rsn tear, ss.so., SSSSSSBaygW mpm-m ' Bf " ' TO ADVERTISERS. flBt'i. ' Tht rate for admitting in the Daily Would W&mlY. PP!1 'o Evening ittvt. Hor do tht HhET!H rates of that Urui apply to tht morning edition. BfH XHB HB8T DAra BEOORD. Hg 6J?Sere oao for Tax Evzjtnto Would m a H'fcewi-tatheren In addition to all the cur Htji'MBt bowi of the day, and fall reports of HrcJjwrtlBg' events in its extra edition, it pro Hk MaWd the pnbllo in ita first Issue with an Hi ittelad, extended and remarkable inter. Byftr.ith Got. Hnx. '! ifSeot another for Taa Evmttno Would aa Hm" 1m 'alert ally of Justice: It gave the detec IHJK ifrM yesterday a most important olno, that HB&, (saay solve' the hitherto impenetrable mystery H& Ake Boarder of LxxxxaHoxu at Webster, H& jSeow for THEvjarntoWoij the liveliest Hp Wad Most cneoeaafal de"bu...

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. — 11 October 1887

I THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER II, 1887. 8 ,$! I TENMINUTESINASTOREDOOR iN OBSERVANT WOMAN'S NOVEL WAT OP DESCRIBING FALL FASHIONS. Suggestion for Tasty Coatnmea TJecomlnrr to Mother nnd Children, Mlstreea and Maid How n "Pencil of n Cllrl" Manncca to , l,ook llrlaht nnd Keep n Rosy Complex lou A Darling Bit of Frivolity. , , A Btoro door is, per- 'JWPtll hnps, not tho best I fLM J place to which ono L nilglit go for tho latest Jp ) fnshions.butitisnnun jS?1 exceptionable ground V aiVjLr - for the investigation J&j j3l iSsj& ' no BUbjoctof pub ' AvSflfui Xa " ste. "U8' B'P n LCvSi faMOvc ew moments in tho i i 5w52ffic door ' what is ao w flljlLH&v knowledgod to be the ' Irf'i wLi niS " ffw008t " dry.goods iMliHr VhwV Bnop n own' Vhat i; l irVf i'Han dowosoe? I l illlll 1 1 Ul In general, a numbor ' "liiJi!itjdt ' 'wonion who carry I ' T TaJaS "ffila themselves exception 1 ) - ally well. A few very pretty, thoroughly New York women and a Sluggish undercurrent of de...

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. — 11 October 1887

HL ii 4 ' The evening worl. Tuesday, October 11, tm) , . Hp''lTNE FANCIES in drinks, K. , Ep REDUCTIVE COMBINATIONS WITH WHICH Hp ' AETIST8 TICKLE MATES. Ei. 'Hto Than 1BO Wnyg for a Man to Ray HKr Vi; WW He'll IIrto Men Who IIrto HJti I x Drlnlu Named After Tim m Western Men HjT,r. ' ))Fond of Complicated Mixture With B? 'll'J-' MeUtmare Names Wtylf. Getting Hotter. Sw HE uarlontlor of tlia B5ftk" ' " 7 present tiny wlioclnimji JR&t iP- iro-omiucuro in his HkL r ' r,( pfofesion must bo n HnLnvM " kitW ) rnftn of no or(1'nftry (' ULdfr ZA attainments. It is not HuK W TCAlffl ononrjh that he should af m ?&!yTC'y know ',ow m'x wl"1 HffiM VnTO 97 nml cocktail find fizz, Eflf (V MZj& uu u'8 "wlcdo of ,HiV I iif tho scii-nco of tlipRo VBifu- r. . Bednctivo nnd raysterl- BBBEff J ' II I I otis corabinntious lmmt aaaaaK? " C. V be so jirof ountl nntl ox- HB&k'..) I ) If not tbnt bo can nt will Mfr , tS J 1 1 ti tcl,0 n5s ltn' Pa'- filf',; W nte with n now invon. B?p ' lion,...

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. — 11 October 1887

sir- - n "ir- Ii mwr i nwii.?!3mmmmmmmmwmL'''Zg, MB y O'CLOCK a fe ' ' y 'cOCK I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11,' 1887. PRICE ONE cAt. jfl 1 DETROIT VICTORIOUS ! 1 Second Game for the World's 'J Baseball Championship. St Louli Beaten by the Loaue Players by the Sooro of 9 to 3. '. Blht Thousand People and Two Umpire ,f Were on the Park Clear Weather and ' a Northwesterly Wind Conway and Fonts the Pitcher Detail of the Con test DUappolnnnen at the Defeat of the Home Team. irECUL TO TBI ETXimta WOBtD.K St. Loots, Oct. 11. Detroit defeated St Louis by o soore of 5 to 8 this afternoon in the teoond same for the champion ship of tho world. There were 8,000 people on the park, who, by a northwesterly wind and the defeat of the home team, were thor oughly chilled. Here is the score by innings: Detroit o ijoooioo b 8t. IiOnli 0 000001J0 8 The batting order was as follows : ' Detroit Richardson, 1. f.; Qanzel, 1st b.; Bowe, s. s.t Thompson, r. f.; White, 3d b.; Dunlap, Sd b.t ...

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. — 11 October 1887

lsixHH8MHHlHsB?JPflP5al?i HIQC J','s JVH5- V P ' ' " BR. -t" H&?v E&, , TUESDAIZ OCTOBER lira ;: Ew ' BVSSOBXrjtlOX (Including Potlagt), Hf jpjss xoxyn, 80c; rsa year, $s.bo. HSgip' TO ADVERTISERS. Kv-,, ( Thn&4ttfbr advertising in Iht DadyVtomn Rht TMapptii to the Evening ittve. Xor do tK NflM&r, rtttyefthat Unit apply to the morning edition. PKjg&sX ' THB HEST "OATB BEOOED. HNSJT Bcoro one for Tn Evxitwo WonM as n mSI' bows-gatherer: In addition to nil tho cur WmWf? reai news of tho day, and fall reports of B&r'f porting events in its extra edition, it pro HE&V, aented the pnblio in ita first issue with nn BfV' -'exclusive, extended and remarknblo inter RM. "Hew with Got. Hnx. HHftb Score another for Tnx Evxitrso Womb as &W the alert ally of Justice i It gave the detoo HR" tires yesterday a most important cine, that BEkr may solve the hitherto impenetrable mystery HSkJ of the murder of LrxuxHorut at Webster, R'Has. HP-5;' Beore for TiEvxarwoWoiri 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. — 11 October 1887

. - rHBEinMIfOWORaBr?TtatJEflDArs't)C;iI?OBBRl.-ti8e7. ' WSB 'tenminutesinastoredook H jm OBSERVANT WOMAN'S HOTEL WAT OP DESCRLBINQ FALL FASHIONS. H lencKrstlanifarTiiitr CoilomM Becomina; to W ' piother and Children, Mlatrca and Mnld S now a "Teach of a Girl" Manage to H Ixtok Bright and Keep a Rosy Complex. H Ion A Darling DIt or Frivolity. I irt- ' ; A store door Is, per. I bTIm1 k1" not tno best I II HI I p'ttC0 to 'wtich one A , I might go for the latest M U-ir ' -'i kions.butitisonun- H J3?" exceperiBbltrground W .'"yW ft". 'or no Investigation J Ltfl cokliKvr? ow moments in tho 1 irfHftSsTTSis 00r ' at ' - 1 (i tWiwTwflaPv knowledged to be tho 'A fflr'l WVa "swellest" dry.goods if vwl iii IbsV Bll0p in towa Whnt fi fll 111 iM jf Plm do wo seo? fl I I A 11 1 III 1 Ivli In general, a number J 4XUir-T ' womon w carry H ' -rSN " lftjj themsolvoa exception- ally well. A few very pretty, thoroughly Now York women and a sluggish undercurrent of deadly, uninteroBt- ing and badly dres...

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. — 11 October 1887

Wr; 'J' ' THE EVENING WORLD? TUESDAY, OCTOBER flj IMT. ' BLsKbe bulls mye it to-day. WsT ' Efjrf WMOHEDBEITLEMIOTOPBRiDINaTEOO- HEE': BLBS CAUSES A SHARP RALLY. H&"' r ommos fBfcaTce ofKeadlog Stock Change H&. Hads at Adruiclnc Price Home of the IHE ft Bnyer Ik Brie and Wntere Indlng HTtl ' a Gd Deal of Money on the Htreet tt( , Feature, of To-Day market. H ' . Wall BransT 8 r. v. Bp, Thabeart started out well this morning, Kf pari, usual of late, felt for weak spots In MrSf,"' market. They toon found on in Kk the case of Union Pacific, and In a BHr twinkling bad the stock down about two HKh points, depressing the prici to 84. Tho fljti pace was too hot to last, howeror, and It was HKr'j desaonstrated before 12 o'clock that there Mtttjte ' nt powerful party at work on the opposite HCr- tack. Humors that the Northwest roads were HHp tiring of the fight was the first thing Rr to . call a halt in the selling mo-rc- K$fL, 'mmi. Then came tho report of the 9H(' St. Paul for the f...

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