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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 18 October 1887

I 5 O'CLOCK I 31 II 5 O'CLOCK ' 1 1EXTRA.11 B$ rifeMtifc Iffifoffte 1EXTRA.11 I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. "B I TIIE BEARS KEPT AT BAY. I SCARCITY OP STOCKS AND HIGH RATE8 IN I TIIE LOAN CROWD TERRIFY TIIEM. The Small-fry Feared a Corner, and Made a Iluh to Cover Up Their Short Llntt-Bit I the leading Deore Ueftue a Dlntf, and M Give, Evidence Tha They Are Still In the flj Ring Oosslp on the Street To-Day. II r 1 S5V Wall Btbxkt, Oct. 18. Si .."rHTO. gvltX A N tho Btock ExchsnO 1 1 la VaVtV ycstorJn''s activity t J I 45D?r ant' excitement was ll mJsl5. apparently too much fvwCvS 'or bulls ""d bears 1 I VvMai " nl,ko At ,east thoy 'J I ftJnjpMrirV have been lessbelllger- VIA T W jI? cnt to-fty nn where fli i'T Jl 1 ntuations of 1 per y7S" 8f cent, havo occurred 1 i-y- "Vs". if frequently of late f V I ll fa n'8 morning they il Jl", - ll vi wofow and far be I v rfw w weeu uo bears 1 sA Viifr H l woro kopt at bay for n SHJT" flg ' timo by the s...

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. — 18 October 1887

EL $&t ; ' THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887. I m Mfir i TUESDAY, OCTOBKR 18. B ktTaaOJtlPTJOy (Including 1-otlogt), RL?jfe itONTU, 30c; J'EIi YEAlt, $3.00. HBP OVER 300,000 A DAY! W&Mv TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK! BananaSSar.j&Wj'' Wfl!-9 larget Circulation of Any Newspaper BR"-' tV' '" "" WorW' HK$6 Th total number of World printed during the Ki(:!t week wa 2. 103,930," follows! WPi'tvtl7 205,880 cople. Vm Utenday 800,000 cople.. t&t" t 300,100 cople. K'VllltHlT aiH.UO cople. HflaVK' yvlfcwaelay 308,000 cople. K,. -3rMey 209,430 cople.. BfjjVKtt's,aa' .' 988,100 copies HjKV'.'WaeBlv aad Html 107,010 coplea. HfljKi-V ' Avtrg circulation of Tn World per day for BKHL . 3M.09OCopi0S. aBaBaBaBwir jl' ao" bjuature are appended, certify to Ky'i (Be correctness of the aboTe statement. Hk (, "" O. W. Turner, Business Manager. Hgf. ' J. Altars 8DA.W, cubler. aBaBaaBaTV', j q gM,n,) Foreman World Press noora. " tVE. STUART, tAcllnj Bopt. Mall and Delivery Dept. . it ...

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. — 18 October 1887

BBbV ' "SiSa 'bbs . rHE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887. " tfV-B SPORTS INDOORS AM) OUT. m . .... HGJIT COHMHTEMEN TO DECIDE ABOUT M BUNNER CaBTEBS CASE. The Hnan Athletio Clab'e New Headqaar. H tere DaoaTraus JJammer Throwing oo the Met ITaven Grounds Tula Wntcr'i Hkattog Trrr Prc-pilelng-Two Novleee Matched to Flsjht Appearances Dcccltfnl. N, OME eight committee. . .Pv 1 taea w' decide on the ' tfFvtAi evidence in the Carter I TU ((fiOll cftso' n export sums I fiw wH ll up tWs WBjr ' " Mor $v? IflaX-- t,mor Bteohop, of tho "W K Americans, is doubt- I wfctLJt fnl ftnd Hi Rowland. I TWwfvNnl ' tb 8toten lal&nd I VfwvJTyy Atlllet'0 Olub, never I jlyJiffMrrjv "to01 nP' 111 Put I l yrllraR down J- E. Sullivan, I IIkva ot tho PasttmeB. W. H ll&ftK Halpin.OlymploA. 0., H IJ II ( ond Nassau man.W. O. Tj if II ' V ?'' Eschowcgo, as sure for Carter, bocauso they I It think him innocent and a persecuted man. ,1 VT. Btorms, president of the Manhattan II Athletio Olub j 0. H. ...

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. — 18 October 1887

BIS- A? .S1 t -?J v- " Hl-fiil r ' THE EVENING WORLD; TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887: " I BiFhWPBRLTO SCHEME FAILED. LalssBft 't il'KBSlGNED JO FREEZE OUT B'AEEIANI) ml& BAILEr, BUT TIIEY-WONT GO. Wi'l'tlie tSrand Ma.ter Workman and Ilia Friend K' .r t Aataclatr. Bettre from the Executive flflBw? Hw4i bot fleneral Amemblr Hefa.a flflaaV t Accept Their Kealanatlaaa-Balley Can SHE Jp) tlaaea ItU Attacka la the Cenrentlon. flflB&i StoKiAPOLU, Oct. 18. Thotre ii no doubt BflplisUMr. Powderly is rery much dinKusted nt HEC H& factional fight -which is obstructing tho Ht;,' Mness of the Knighta' coirrontlon. HU Ht,4Hemlned courso yesterday afternoon shows Hnus. After a day of ceaseless discord, HV' fowderly, and all tho other1 general officers,1 K!Satingin aecordonce Trith a resolution pro fii posed by Dologato Archibold, of IMstrlot fl2f' Assembly No. 45, New York, tendered their HP' rarigsations except Messrs. Barry and Uailey, & ho declared that they would not resign un HaBPA...

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. — 18 October 1887

J ' y O'CLOCK I S I 7 O'CLOCK V I r ' ' ' " ' ' ' - i .i . - -.. , , ; - , . i .. ( , Pll I PRICE OWE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. 9 THE BEAKS KEPT AT BAY. SCARCITY OP STOCKS AND Hldll RATES IN THE I0AN CROWD TERRIFY THEM. Tk Hmall-fry VtmrtA m. Corner, nnJ Made a Itnili to C'oTcr Up Their Short Linen lint f the leading Bean Ilefuae a Dlnir, nml GWe Evidence That They Are HUH In the Bine Gossip on the Strett To-Day. 1-,-, " WallSt., Oct. 18. I MkIM N the Btook Exchango (fiwffjk VS ycBterdoy's- activity t1 i2f viSiY nnt excitomeut was JL SJJ apparently too much QvQySS, for bulls nml bears I ViwrS alike. At least thoy I 1V!j3mtn. fi hnvo boon less bolHgcr V uVIut5? cn t-dftvt ftUl where N--lTllrLiri? fluctuations of 1 per 1 ' , illfll ccnt" avo occnireil I y- UK frequently of Into " f n few h's morning they vj" ) II v vtoto fow and far bo- IK 1$ II tween. Tho bears Y ItJSs-v fl Y wore kept at bay for a a NYr fia r mo hy the scarcity of -' vl stocks in tho...

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. — 18 October 1887

ienananananananWBnaJBlllrla && THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887. HpV "' TUG tfttitt$ WX&xUh Hi i " Wmfi. TUESDAY, OOTOBRIt 18. WffVBXrBSCJtirTIOir (Including l'ottagt), WMpar vojttjt, 30c; peii ysah, $;t.ao. KP OVER 300,000 A DAY I RM.. HIQfv - ' KOVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK I KlVte Ittt Circulation of Any Nc-mcr GCj'; In the World. Mvl' The total nnmber of WonLns printed during tbe Hriaatweekws 2,183,930, asfollowst Hjsikaaaay.... 203,280 copies. Monday 300.030 coplea. JftTataaday 3U0,1!)0 coplea. MVV 01H.11O coplea. g'Tnaraday 308.001) copies. E7rMay !H)t),430 coploa. Hjfetorday... 282,100 roplre. K.Weoktr and Heml 107,010 eople. K&l'Average circulation of Tnx Would per day for Hft above week, Bpl-) 31 l,i90 Copies. KWlsTe, whose stgnatnres re appended, certify to BtM oorrecti leu of the above statement. Kvf O. W. Tdukxb, Business Manager. Krt! J. Axatrs Shaw, Cashier. K" - Smith, Foreman World Press Room. EW 0. K. 8TCART, Kfri' Acting Bupt, Mull and...

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. — 18 October 1887

L....H SPORTS INDOORS AM) OUT. .M 0ght coMiarnaiMEN to decide about m BUNNE1J CARTER'S CASE. H The Nasejao Atliletle Club's New neadqaar- H teraDanaeroua Uainmer Throning an H Iho Mot Uaven UronniU This Winter's VH Hkatlaff Very PramUtnc Two Nortcet '! Matched to Fight Appearance Deceitful. IV, olrE eight committee. II -7 7 mon ' docido on tho H fflrvi k eTidence n tlie Cartor fl Av (f I rr5i caso' n exPor sums m Iffls Wily it up this way : "Mor- H KG? STfev-- tImcr Bischop, of tho I -vA S8 Amoricins, is doubt- 1 (slTnwWLJfltY' f nl ttnd H Eowlttnili I wSSKSbI ot Staten Island ' V&nMKHi) AUaloll Olub, novor I yjSWle!y " "w "P- I'll put II 0 yflltGw? down J" E- Sulun. AwJl of tllfl Pastime8 W. I r wi Halpin.OlympioA. 0., f I t and Nassau man,W. O. if II V ?'' Esehowego, as suro for 9 Cartor, bocauso they I Y think him innocent 1 and a porsooutod man. I W. Storms, President of tho Manhattan il Athletio Club; C. H. Mapes, of Col- J umbia College,"' and W. n. liegeman, who 4 Is inte...

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. — 18 October 1887

BMSMaWBiBMaMBMBBMBBMBBaBBBMMWMg Hf- ' THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 18, 1887.' I afafHaK 'li'' . . i . . . . BfOWDEKLI'S SCHEME FAILED. :4 ' HpftS fcWMWID TO FItEEZE OUT BAHRI AND M ' BAILEr, BUT TI.ET WONT 00. HVn Ctnwd Muter Workman and IIU Friend PHr.t'JJy Aaaaclaiea Retire from Iho ExwoiIto Hy?'''-! BTd bat the General Assembly HetnJ VXi t Accept Their RrlinmtloD-Bally Con. ti'v'tlttsra'nU Attacks ta the Conyrntion. p5" (moiAt to Tax iyxsiho wotild.1 jftf.MnniaUPOLXB, Oct 18. There if no doubt R.lltat Mr. Pawderly is yery much ilUfrugted at B Ifee factional fight which la obstructing the. ftfevblnws of the Knights' ooimntlon. HU HrdfAermlno'd courts Jresterdaynf ternoon shown HlV'ifala. After a day of ccmoloss diBcord, BRt J?o-wdorly, and nil tho other goncrnl officers, Hfef- ImLng in accordance with resolution pro iaR' MMd by Delegato Archibald, of District mKU' AMwnbiy No. 49, Now York. tendered their IHNi YWgnatfoiw except Messrs. Barrynd Bailey, wSo declared that they...

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. — 18 October 1887

' 5 i 9 ''' wP'T,, ) 'WaaO H "" " nli1 r . ... , frM 3 O'CLOCK y Sfe VJk. 3 O'CLOCkTM ! EDITION. fEIll? H&mm HM rtlrffll EDITION I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. ? POWDERLY'S SCHEME FAEED. s . IIB RESIGNED TO FREEZE OUT BARRY AND BAILEr, BDT THEY WONT GO. Tbo Grand Alaater Workman and III Friend. It Anoclate Retire from the Executive Board, bnt the General Assembly Refuse te Accept Their IlealguatlansDalley Con. tlnuea Ilia Attacks In the Convention. N (sraoiAb 10 tbk evixiscj would. h MrNNKAroLis, Oct. 18. Thoro is no doubt mat Mr.Towderly is very muoh disgusted ot f- the factional fight which is obstructing the f(J business of the Knights' convention. His ' 1 determined course yesterday afternoon shows ' 9 this. After n day of uoasalcss discord, ,- Powderly, and all the other general officers, 1 acting in nccordanco with a resolution pro. posed by Delegate Archibold, of District Assembly No. 49, Now York, tendered their resignations except...

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. — 18 October 1887

BK' TnE EVENING WOK LP; TUESDAY, OCTOBER IS,. 1887. x 1 Ky, Tuesday. October jib. HP' gVBSOltlPTIOy (Including Voltage), WJJj&n MONTU. 30c; PER YEAS, $3.B0. EftE v If .OVER 300,000 A DAY! IfoVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK I Binf Wjp$ 'Vhi iinroest Circulation of Any Newspaper Ka In the World. aamavH . Hjyli TtiB total Dumber of Worlds printed during the Hftj Mat week wu 2, 183,930, as follows; Mft Monday 205,280 coplea. IK4 Monday .....300.030 copies, jy;Tnesday .'300,100 coplea. FW(4neday 31H.IIO coplae, j'.Tnnrar 308,000 caplca. FgJflrtdny 08,400 coplei. JP, ifeuarday M i 882,100 topic. K'Wcnkly mad Heml 10T.01O copies. RjS"! Average circulation of TnK World per day for "Ki'ftbove week, Wi' 3 1 1 ,990 Copies. m& We, whose signature! are appended, certify to Ktbo'eorrectneM of the above statement. BiSU (). W. Turner, Business Manager. Eg" J. AkoVs (in aw, cashier. Hx ? J. O. Smith, Foreman World Press Room. ffS1 0. K. HTVJABT, K Acting Supt. Mail and Delivery Dept. m&'h ...

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. — 18 October 1887

'SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. EIGHT COMMITTEEMEN TO DECIDE ABOUT ilDNER UHtEE'S CASE. The Nassau Atfctetlo Club's New Ilrn.lqanr- , .tern Daueron Ilnmtaer Tbrowlnn; on 't (lie Btaft Itavcu lron.I TliU Winter's Ahailn- Very Protnlalnc Two Novices I Matched, la Fight Appearances nrcrltiul. fOMK eight committee nion will decide on Uio o'vldenco lu the Carter case. Au expert sums it tip this wny : "Mor. timer Bisohop, of tho Americans, is doubt fnl and 0. H.ltowland, of tho Btaten Island Athletic Club, iiover shows up. I'll pnt down 3, E. BulllTah, of tho Pastimes, W. Halplu.OlymploA. 0., and Nassau tnan.W. O. Eschowego, as euro for darter, bocnuso they think him innocent and a persecuted man. ;W. Btorms, President of tho Manhattan Athletic Club; G. H. .Mapes,. of Col umbia College, ' add "W.-H. liegeman, who fa'raterestodlnthe revival of the old "Will. jk IsinBburgsVare a sort of , tag -by themselves Slid will vote against darter in a lump, each ' for his own reasons. Storms will oppose the...

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. — 18 October 1887

aMmWBoMeisaBrt$iZta5sa mt ', THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887J S I KtfDIE AVELCOMES CLEVELAND m - y, wgiit royal greeting to tub teesi- Wffif PENT IN ATLANTA TO-DAY. mK' , Populace Flit tbn Rtrreta to Olro n for E'tlil'' "' HrptUn Cherra for Mm. Clere Ki land Vlalllng tlie Exposition Ible Alter $"!" noon Tbn Arrangement, for Te-niorror His . Include n Dinner unit a Reception. WtffM,' '" irCIAI. TO TBK KTEKIXO WOULD.) Bgjjt , Atlanta, On., Oct. 18. Aftor a day of dig. kt'f "comfort nnil dieuchlnR ruin tbo nn bUIhob K2P " brightly again and tbo populace orb all ont HlH bf-doors to greet the Prosldont. Despite Kfi(j tbo nnpropiUous weather, tbo railroad Kfr' station was surrounded by n mass Kru6f humanity when tbo train with H?f tho President's party arrived. The HpvV President was taken in hand by the Hon. HwV Henry W. Qrady, Senator Joseph E. Browu, Hmj.Gor. Gordon, and others. Ho was con. Eftf ducted directly to tho Kimball Honso throuKh K a passageway made by tbo Young ...

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. — 19 October 1887

H . -it " 'T1- f9taaH J I T AClT" I -11 I T&QT M 'iil 1 TrFlT-rTVir wlSl raffia , rfj.ikt.TJJm mmlmM llff&i 1 rfnfl TTPTtHnTTVfcT 'JH I JiiJJiHOJNr. CiliiK IkWWm WilLiJlii lli J JcjJLli 1 Or4 . ffl II PRICE OWE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1!, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. . IB IJ TORIES ARE HESITATING. i WHOLESOME EFFECT OF GLADSTONES NOTTINGHAM SPEECH. The Government Wilt Not IHnko n. C'lenn Sweep of tlio National I,ean.ur, ni They 8 Intended Persecution of the Proprietors I of the "Wexford People "Police Wnrn- Ingi to the New Aseuts Foreign New. (SPECIAL CABLE TO THE EVENINO W0BLD.1 0 Dublin, Oct. 19. Gladstone's grcnt J speech at Nottingham produces a favor. 1 able effect here. The Government offl I cials aro hesitating, and will not Jl now mako tho clean sweep of the League ' which they contemplated doing. It is bo- lioved, however, that thoy will lunko further attompts to crush branches in detail. Tho persecution of tho proprietors of tho Wexford I'cople, in Wexford, for...

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. — 19 October 1887

L&M&f . ' T1IE EVENING WOK LI): WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1J. 1887. - - - s-r m-l -? I I WmjVftnin Wi&xM. Hrf' ' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. Kt-r'eVBBCJlirTION (Including l'ottage), HRVM UONTB, 30c; FEB YEAIi, $3.60. BuHv -.. . Wffir 'OVER 300,000 A DAY ! MfoPVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK I HkJPui jLeuraeat Circulation of Any Newspaper BE.,' In Ike World. K'?': The total number of Worlds printed during the Kp,U week was 2, (133,930, as follows: HKMnditr 2110,880 copies. HFV'Honday 30O.G3D rople.. Hi; raesdar 300.11)0 copiea. rHGti WdnedllT UIH.tlO cople, Bin"11" aoB.uou ropie. HHl'feMay l!lia.430 cople.. Hf2 MMartay 282,100 cople. KiWeafctr and Hrml 107,010 cople. HgfO.-ATenoo circulation of Tub World per day for Hh'feBOTO week, jGp 31 t,00O Coplos. EHr.We, whoso signatures are appended, certify to KRy.f correctness of the abovo statement. ft',!N, Q W. Tornik, Business Manager. k!' J. Amocs Sdaw, Cashier. E J' - B,J,in Foreman World Press Iioom. B- C E. STUART, Hfc? Actinic Sapt. Ma...

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. — 19 October 1887

,1 'SPORTS INDOORS AM) OUT. M BOXERS MORB SUPERSTITIOUS THAN SAIIr ORS NOWADAYS. H jtlrAnllfl'e nn Omen BInn mid Frank Whltr Very Canny Iii.lrnl-.1Ir. l)r Coriloia nml Ills Carrier Flacnns lirnnhlyn Athletes H Joining the Nusnu " Plan.Plon mil. lards ns Flayed by rrolesslonnls. MH 0 11 K superstitions than tho snilors ore tho boxers nowadays. Tho other night Hilly Dacoy aud Frank White manoeuvred for two or three min utes nud delayed tho commencement o f their bout because each had a dread of 1 ""aJIJ t'S't Coring. Whito, who M QsKS by ' W8y Wa' ia jf "OyVi- beaten man, absolutely B - - - Xj2 wouldn't enter first, t -ssQnl but Dacoy at Johnny I " Stack's solicitation I '"brokotho charm" and crawled through I tho ropcB. 'White's superstitions nro veil I known. Miko Sullivan, brother of tho If champion, spoko laughingly of them J when The Evening Would representative I was in Boston last week. It is well I known that Whito, when walking on tho 1 street, wouldn't allow any ono to go bo...

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. — 19 October 1887

BErl TIIE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1887; I I rjAyEWNAMETORFOW-DERLY, FfgOCIAIIST JCIDLLIKQ CALLS IflM THK H'V - CZAR OF THE KNIGHTS. H& HtlTa General Amenably In Mlnnenpoll. Will KTr Fraboblr Wind Up Iln Work Txl)nv Hc - i Mr. PoTrdcrly rrmcnt In the Convention Ku With a Picture of Ilrr Hnabanil Powder. E&h' '' Friend. Make Wordy Wnr on Ilnrrv. ''"J HiNXKirous, Minn., Oct. 10. Tho KnlchU K4 f Labor Ocnernl Assembly, which nd K janrni to-day, hni uot bcon very ben. PLf f'eflcial to tho order. Tho compromise Hjf tot tho warring factions nnd tho decis Erfr.'ii on importnnt questions bns Hb.'' VBCOd but a Tory thin covering over tho bed H?V 'clj discord among tbo Knights. Tho Anti Hkt Administration dolegntcs nro loud in express R&f their dissntlbf act ion. H I Joseph Labadio, of Detroit, said this morn. IH''' Ibe that tho session lind bcon an injury to BJU' i the order nnd that tho real sentimentH of tho H ''Knights had not been oxprcsscd ofllcinllr. HT 4 clean...

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. — 19 October 1887

I O'CLOCK ' : 6'CLOCK I 3 I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1887. PRKJE ONE CENT. fl I HIE BULLS ON DECK AGAIN." I I LARGE BUYIM 0RDER8 FROM ABROAD GIVE THE MARKET A 1IFT. H The Bears Shower the Market 'Willi Rend. M Ins In the Ilopo of Heading- Off Ad- innccs, bnt Their Opponent Prove i:unnl to tlm KnierRrncy An Interview Willi Cloitld Una a Buntnlnlug Kflect. I -v -, EVEItAli of tho bulls I C- Jk V nv'uR Cainod the up. I Scje CW0 per '' n u ' yesterday ' a iJlrv jv) after a desperate strug 1 xSv. fAs file, battled with ro- V" M newed energy to-dny Jar'' to mnintuin their po- iVk itian. They were VLjAvZ' j certainly favored by Xirf-gP events, which deprivod f 1 A"JT,3?J "ie nrRuments used by J vC-7 I sTfcJ&ftl uo boars for some jP&i fe "fli 'mo mucn of their liikX wl'r W tIce- Beforo the V W f'J opening everybody TV . S Ib wns lk'I1R te) London Ua Qk 11 1 8 for a cuff or operations J ' hero nnd whon the ca- bios brought liberal buying orders for foreign acc...

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. — 19 October 1887

bbB' ' V " THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1887. ' LBJKu B" 'WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. PL BH SXTBSCJtlVXl OIT (Including TostagrJ, Kr '.WES JiOSTH. 80c. f PEIt TEAIi, $3.50. Hf; OVER 800,000 A DAY I JF .OVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK! BR. The Largest Circulation of Any Newspaper BBiA' ' In the World. BjeKt' The total number of Worlds printed durlng-the BBJi- lutweek was 2,183,930 follows: E& Bandar,.. ZOft.BSO copies. BjB& Monday .. 300.0AO copies. BjewSv Tuesday 300,100 capita. BjeEf Wednesday 31H.HO cople. BIeB' Thar-aday... 308,000 roplei. BJEt Friday... 1203,430 copies. K: Matarday 282,100 copies. Hr' Weekly and Heml 107,010 copies. BKif Axerage circulation of Tde World per day for BHV above week, K 3 1 1 ,000 Copies. BEi We, whose signatures are appended, certify to BB& the correctness of ttie above atatement. Bk? Q. W. Turkes, Business Manager. BK'' t J Anocb Sbaw, Cashier. BV- J, O. Smith, Foreman Would Frcaa Boom. BK C. E. Stuart, BHr Acting Supt, Mall and...

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. — 19 October 1887

' H mfmWmm SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. W BOXERS MORE SUTBRSTmODB THAN BAH 1 0R8 NOWADAYS. KcAnllirb an Omen Man and Frank White Very Canny Indeed Mr. De Cordova and Ills Carrier IUeons Brooklyn Athletes Joining the Nneanua "Plon.Plon" 11111. lard n Ployed by Professionals. MORE superstitious than the sailors aretho boxers nowadays. Tho othor night Billy Docoy and Frank White manoeuvred for two or threo min utes and dolayod tho commencement o f tholr bout becauso each had a dread of x x k wrif Dc'nG tho first to enter gk. , xf tho ring- 'vvliUo' who SaO""! by the woy was tho jf oA" beaten man, absolutely J " V " wouldn't enter first, S but Dacey at Johnny Stack's solicitation " broko tho charm " and crawled through tho ropes. White's superstitions nro well known. Miko Sullivan, brother of tho champion, spoko laughingly of them ' when The Evening Would representative was in Boston last week. It is well known that White, when walking on tho street, wouldn't allow any ono to go bo. tueen hi...

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. — 19 October 1887

& ' TIIE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1887: B'': ANEWNAMEFORPOWDERLY. K . HV SOCIAIIBT BCmLLINQ CALLS HIM TIIE Bgf ' CZAR W TIIE KNIG1ITS. HI HffiL Vb General Acrnhly In DTIiinrnpatl Will MP Probably Wind Up Iln Wnrk To-Dht- H(W &tr. rowdrrly rrriirht In llie Convention Bk, YIth n Flctnre of Hrrllu.bnnd Powder- HRv? '!' Friend Make Wordy IVnr an Hnrrr. Hf iliNKiArous, Minn., Oct. 10. Tho Knights Hjf W lAbor General Assembly, which nd- H," Jonrns to-day, has not boon very ben. E&t efleinl to tho order. Tho comiitoiniso K)v of tho warring factions mid tho doris- H!R sons on Important questions has HBw placed but a very thin covering over tho bod Bt tf discord nmonc tho Knights. Tho Anli- Kt? -Administration lelegnten are loud in cxprcM- Hpf tag their dissatisfaction. V', Joseph Labadie, of Detroit, Mid this morn. Kr , tug that tho session had boon fin injury to K-; tho ordor and that tho real sentiments of the Hl tC&lghts had not boon expressed officially-, KL...

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