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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 October 1887

V aM 3 O'CLOCK Jfe v- '' 5fo'CILOOk f' 1 :" ' ' -.- .- ..... -. i t i. ... . . ... . - . : - ."- '" - -- ' i - , ,.,, .,...,. . 'rl PRICE ONE CENT. ' NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. ;' AMEWNAMEFORPOWDERLY. vm .1 SOCIALIST SCinTiLINQ CALLS 1IISI THE '; CZAB QV THE KNIGHTS. 'I The- General Assembly In Minneapolis Will I Probnbly Wind Ifji Its Work To-Day I Jllr. Powderly Present In the t'onvcnlian 1 Willi n Picture of Her Huabnnd Ponder- Ij'h Frli'inU Dlako Wordy War on Ilnrrr nnd llalley. Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 19. Tho Knights i of Labor Qcuoral Assembly, which nil- if journs to-day, has not been very ben- l oficinl to tbo order. Tho compromise of tbo warring factions and tbo decis ions on important questions bos placed but ft very thin covering over tbe bed of discord among tbo Knights, Tbo Anti. Administration delegates aro loud in express ing their dissatisfaction. Joseph Labodio, of Detroit, said this morn. Ing that the session bad been an iujuay to tho o...

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

K ? v THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1887. ' 1 nK' i , . Mj.., lit V V i this Hwtttittg WLoxlft.. 1'' "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. Kj gVBSCJtlTTIOTf (Including Tostagt), K JTJCS MONTH, 30c; PER TEAR, $3,00., K., OVER 800,000 A DAY I Kfover two million copies a weeki Hp The XMTfttt Circulation of Any Ncrvrapaper Kft In the World. K 'K The toUI number of Worlds printed during the. DL Met week waa 2, 1 83,930, a follows: W.,, Sunday - 2(111,280 copies. Rc'Monday 3(K),050 roples. Bv Tuesday 300,11)0 cople. Kv Wednesday 318.UO copies. & Thursday 3OB,0Ol copies. H&iTMay 205,430 coplea. HjdHatiirday 282,100 cople. Oi Weekly and Hrml 107,010 roplev. HE?. Average clrcnlallon of Tns World per day tor Mjjaboveweck, B 3 II, 990 Copies. Hv We, whoso signatures are appended, certify' to Hvve correctness of the above statement. H''' ( O. W. TuBNin, Business Manager. BT ' J. Axaci BnAW, Cashier. Hf J. O. Smith, Foreman World Press Jtoom. HL C. E. btuart, KF1 Acting Supt. Mall and Deli...

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

SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. H BOXERS MORE SUPER8TITI0DS TITAN SAIL- .j ORS NOWADAYS. jl yieAnlliro an Omen Man and Frank White H Very Canny Indeed Mr. De Cordom and H Ill' Carrier Placon nrooklyn Atlilelea Wm Joining llie Nnasnnn "Flon-I'lon" mil. Wm lards aa Ployed by Professional. r ORE superstitions H VvA. v-ati m( tnnnthoBll"orBnrotlio jB lH JKjL boxers nowadays. Tho bbbbV IpU Tp-' lpotl"r n'uht Billy I LjJF"" Dacoy and Frank IbbV ! v White manoeuvred m I & for two or tureo m'n- H ' if rr s. Mlos an dolayed tho 11 vus (l Llf"! 1 comnoncomont o f Hj J i 'i no'r out bocauso H Vv'""OM!l -tF cncl1 hftl n drcn(l of I rTJW being tho first to onter V yJ I W """B- White, who bY """5 by tho wny wns bo JH J ""Ai" beaten man, absolutely Vfl " wouldn't enter first, f-JS2V but Dacey at Johnny H Stack's solicitation B "brokotho charm" and crawled through tho ropes. 'Whito's superstitions are well I known. Miko Sullivan, brother of tho M champion, spoko laughingly of them ; when TnE Evening: W...

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

ML: 4 TnE EVENING WORLD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I U, 1887: ' I K 'train-robbers killed, LK Kfr? riUCKI FIGHT OF MESSENGER SMITH ON Wk&- . THE SOUTHEltN TACIFIC. K$t Mqllr4 t7 Tvra Armrd Ilamllta, IIo Klinot i?. Tlirm Iloth Tlio I'trat llrtm a. Ilullrt In Hil' Ilia Heart nnil ihr Hrrond ltrrrivr n HF, Fatal Wound Tlio niranmcrr'n llrrolam Bl' to be Hewardcd by Hnndaoinc (lin. WM El Pabo, Tot., Oct. 19.-Mr. O. E. Smith, Mi&f Iho mesionger of Wells, Fargo & Oo.'s ox- H$Ki press, who killed two train-robbers on Run- Hic&r divy night, gives the following ncconut of tlio Hk'- .cenrroncoi ' About 0 o'clock Snndny evening H5S I left El Paso on the Galveston, Houston ami KL Ban Antonio llnilroad on tho through caht- Kfg bound passenger train as express moseeiigcr H?K ' for Wells, Fargo it Co. About halfway be- Kf tween El Pnso and Yslcta tho train Btopptd. &' I heard a shot and thought it was a track sig- BB$ nal torpedo. I theu heard loud swenring, K,, nnd on sticking my hea...

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. — 20 October 1887

g O'CLOCK ;H- I 6 O'CLOCK I jM jjAJLHA. SZkillC mSmgliw KillllHrilll ilAlilA PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. M f SHY OF GODID IN WAR l'AINT. f. nifl ENCOURAGEMENT OP BULLS MAKES WALL STREET MEN TIMID. j The Feeling l Abroad That the Powerful Millionaire nml Ills Friend Have Gone Into the Wde-Tamiliis; Iluslncaa Bborti In Western Union 1 1 lire a Lively Morn- ' ln Uoaalp on the Street To-Day. I N Wall street this morning for an hour for moro aftor the opening the contest between tho bull and bear forces was noth ing moro than a gue rilla warfare, in which tho noisy bids and offers formed a far moro conspicu ous feature than the transactions actually effected. Tho bears gave Beading and Now Jersey Central a hit and sold them down respectively to 59K nod 71, but thoy wore careful not to ovorstep the mark, and notwithstand the foot that Commode was down bright and early in Willnrd's office they refused to be led into making heavy Bales for the short...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 20 October 1887

ggHWHMHsB1nBPiWm?(JWEH B' THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. .J P& thk Bpg'gjcttittfl IB&ireljtU HK' . THURSDAY, OGTOBHR SO. HPJkkb xosrn, 30ct rxn tzar, $s.bo. Rfl OTEB 300,000 A DAY I BjfoVER TWO 'MILLION COPIES A WEEK I KSW fcsvm-eot Clrenlatlon of Any Newspaper Bv In the World. Hbi' 1M total number of Woblds printed daring the , E W week was 2, 1 83,930, as foilowst B(haarM .005,880 eoplt. IggKMoaday ............ 0OO.O5O ceple. IggBATaoodar..... .... B0O.IOO ceple. KlWftlMlT ......... 818,110 ceple. tf Ttmr4aLir......."-'" 008, 500 ceple. Vt Friday ...................... S0S.48O eople. H;. Btrday .... 288,100 copies. Kj.Weeklr "" ". 10T.010 ceple. El Average circulation ot Tnn Woatn per day for; fff above week, HJ 31 1, 09O Copies. HEf We, whose signatures are appended, certify ?to K?',the eerrectness of the above statement. BV O. W. Tuskib, Business Manager. KL( J. Amoci Bbaw, Cuhter. Kj J. O. Sxitb, Foreman Wobld FresstRoom.. HEf , ft S. Btuabt, Km Acting B...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 20 October 1887

' 'V ' -i.' -HbbbbbB --i.TaH 'il ,! ' bbsbibbbb ' ' ' THE EVENING WORfcD .-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. f "-HH ARTISTS OF THE HOUSEHOLD. ! , , , BOMB EXQUISITE NEW YORK INTERIORS DESIGNED DT AMATEURS. " Peeoratlnc One's Abode at "Fad" Farmed I by Men nod Women New Materials Which Permit Novel and Beautiful Ef feeta Ilonsefurnlshlnsa Made Eaay for People With aioney Prevailing Fashions. Y--Jk lttdy who is . Q S ItI till a belle in middle: w && " A aged society, and many ; ri ZZzZfc mftn wno st1 ro" 1 i?Blu2fi5i"'r-r"r yonting contests and VIS' I Ik,) Jy prominent part in ,V JK-- f v"V politics, can remom- ' wZ, IE1. J(a ber when wall papor ' ,d I 3 I tea 'was Introduced. iL JVflK: I A Scotch gentlomon If Fyifljaa relates how his father, ' "") I fftiy? pioneer in the now- cf yyyyfiu fnnK'e( but instantly 1 rssyrf7S ponulnr "orazo," c VVXyX-. prated wan paper forty years ago in pieces of about eighteen inches square It was not very beautiful, looked at in the light of this year ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 20 October 1887

Hk1 c, THE EVENING WORLD . THURSDAY, OCTOBER 50, 1887: J Hg.V Secretary tar Unlf a Centnry. )H$f "Ae annual meettnjr of tbo Historical Society of Eln Vis UnlrerMltrt denomination wa held before the PM,S$'epalBor' the regular unlvcrsallats' Oonrentlon 1BP" eYItlwCJiurchonhe DlTlne raternltT thla morn Mr'1 teg. The Becretarj. I)r. Sawyer, of Tufta Col fr tece, read hlf annual report. The following 0(11 1K eeta vera elected for the ensnlng Tear: I'rcal HF daat, the Iter. Blchard Eddys vlce-ITosldcnt, Mbt Otsef Arnold, of Rhode Inland: Secretary, the MWh ,St. TnoraaaJ. sawyer, D. D., of TuftaCoiIeire, Pfc-JtaM.; Treaaurer, the Iter. K. Davis; Trustees, IK, ttie Iter. V. E. Tomllnnon and (larnard rotter. lBft' After the election, President Eddy called atten LaamL yoa to the fact that Dr. Sawyer had now acrred aa Secretary of the Society for nrty-ono years. A Wt- of thanln waa tendered to Dr. Sawyer. ' r a K-j 'J Tncobardl'a Victim Wane. LsbvM: ' Toong John Barrett, who waa shot by the It...

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. — 20 October 1887

J g O'CLOCK Rlfe r YJk. 8 O'CLOCK ; 1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. PRICEONECENT S CLEVELAND IN ALABAMA. - ... . TIIE TARTY LEFT ATLANTA AT MIDNIGHT AFTER A HAPPY DAY. Eloquent Words lo the Young Men' Demo- crntlc I.enKiien of Genrsln Tlio President Advises Tlirm to bo Thoughtful nml I, nml Mrs. Cleveland Fairly Loaded Down I Willi the Choicest FriilM Tlin Departure. I SrECIAL TO Tni EVEN1NO wonLD.1 Atlanta, Gn., Oct. 20. Tho President left at midnight for Montgomery, Before tlio trnin started, Col. Elliott, of tho South Florida exhibit in tho fair, brought to tho ( President's car crapes, fruit, oranges, lem ons, guava jellies, pineapples, and honey of Florida make for Mrs. Cleveland's brenhfast tnblo to-day. A largo mandarin orange tree, , which was presented lo Mrs. Cleveland by Col. Elliott, was too largo to place upon tho car, so it was fixed up in an artistic manner and sent to Washington by express. The great event of yesterday after tho sham battlo wa...

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. — 20 October 1887

P'v S TIIE EVENING WOK LD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. I flflK' -I THIS '(!.& mXlt BflS'P' Kr THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. HHr Hp' , BVJIBCItiriJOS (Including roHagt), Hf psn uoNTn, 30c; rr.n yeah, $s.bo. HL v OVER 300,000 A DAY ! H ;PVR TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK I Rf fSTie Lorftat Clrenlatlon of Any Newspaper H In the Warld. Bi i The toul number of Worlds printed during the HP . lilt week wu 2, 1 83,930, follow! Wfe Manday 208,B80 roplrs. aR Monday 300,000 coplea. K Taeaday 300,1110 copies. K Wednsaday ntH.IlO copies Ki'' THarsday 308,000 caples. K- .Friday 293,430 coplea. B& rJatorday 282,100 conic. jt Waekly and Hunt 107,010 copies. mi. Average circulation of The World per day for Kv r ftbove week, Bf' 31 1,990 Copies. K We, whose signatures are appended, certify to K t the correctneaa of the above statement. Bg 0. W. Ton nek, IlualncBS Manager. Kf J. Anods 8daw, Cashier. H j. o. Smith, Foreman World Press ltoom. K; C. K. STUART, K' Acting Supt. Mall and Delivery Dcpt. BP' Edwar...

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. — 20 October 1887

1 Hll tH vTTy I H I TIIE EVENING WORLD: TITUHSDAV, OCTOBER. 20, 1887. W . ' I ARTISTS OF TJffl HOUSEHOLD. H . ... , ... J SOME EXQUISITE NEW YOKK INTERIORS m DESIGNED BY AMATEURS. Drrnrnllns One' Abode n " l'nd" Pursued by aien nml Women New ."llutcrlnli Which l'rrinll Novel nml llennllriil i:r. fncln lloiipirfnriillili!K Mmlc Knij Tor l-coido With -lloncy 1'rcvnlllnir J'aSl,iins. WT.kiJ ANY rt lady who is GTES- B I stl11 n boll '" middle. V I - I "Boil society, nml mnny ?v 0gf n nliui w,' rtill io. $vS?7i I'rT yachting contests nml pl qA the Suburban, or takes II VV';i Uv. a prominout part in '.!' 'lo-jr rV' politics, can remem VJA L? ,-' yr bor when vail paper g I fe was introilucvil. f'Jcflf; j A8cot9h gentleman ; - fe (yilj relates how his father, IfefVO " pioneer in tho now. sfy&Jyvn fnl,Rlci1 ut instantly 4yyyy'ys popular "etiizo," 's , 1r,uteil ymn imior forty years ago in pieces of about cighteon inches square. It was not very beautiful, looked at in tho light of this ye...

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. — 20 October 1887

MM m TJIE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887: aaavaHk a ' Mp GEX. SHtoAJTS BOX TOM. HN Ilotr Hi! ltcnnunrcit tlio World mid Ilritnii F& , htndrlii Tar llir 1'rlrMliooil. K$f Mr. Ocn. Sherman nnd M)b Rnchd Shcrmim HHrjF hre bn ft vls.t to Mri. ntirrmnn'8 non-ln-luw and Egtt' vtmlRhtcr Lieut, uml Mrs. A. M. Thiickarii nt Hp? iJcilt. TliacVarn'd pretty hmtxc at llryn Mawr, &: Silnoorten miles out r town. Thrj ha c received Km. (iRreatdeal i( ntlcnllmt, liolh finm the people ffc-I Itavlnij HUinmer rusliU'ticca muml nlimtt llrjn Kgrc' 'jluwr mid from fashionable people hi town. Ep 31m. Sherman, honccr, linn ronie on for Hjjt (purely ilmnostlo plca'tirc, mid an Kite l, lielile, Rj thorouKhlj' quiet In her Unlet, itho lias neeepted HF Jevr Invitations. Hhc In. joii know, a devoted By- chiirr.hVTomaii, ami la at early Kcrt Ira at the little Si chapel near Hon Stawr when moot other people Rh' Jirc fttlll slecplujr. She l.i w.Uehlni; wltli pious Brk .plcnmiro and Holtcllutlo 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. — 20 October 1887

f LAST- Slfe ' LAST 1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. ffl TIIE REGISTRY WEL STAND. RIGHTS OP BKOOKLTN VOTERS NOT AF FECTED BY THAT BLUNDER. An Opinion from the Corporation Counsel that Lost Tuesday's Keslstrullon li I.rnl, Although Held on the Wrong Day The Election Hoard In Session A II I it Vote Expected aa a Result of the Error. NXIETY was tho dom- VSt inant sentiment to-dny j-rwffiLj tho Board of Elections i Ywi3avll Brooklyn, and thoy OirW Jdid Bomo pretty hard e22Ptjttn'nk'nB to flndawoy out of tho predicament f uto which thoy got zytf tho city by ordering a "Q "". session of tho Boards r M)h ot Bcgistry in tho 205 f Tri rTtrK, 3 oloction districts on J$fitifi. Tuesday last under tho "TnnjnTnljlKrfSn misapprehension that iijLrT I J it was tho day pro- ass ijC scribed by tho statute -,55, for tho registration of voters for tho Novom- bcr election. Tlicy say that thoir Chief Clerk, Sir. Andrews, is entirely to blame. Tho Election law of 1884...

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. — 20 October 1887

HP ' ' . THE EVENING WOULD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. I Hi THIS Kf thubsday, ooTonun so. BaaaaaaaaaB H s, IptZtaCXXTXIOir (Including roHmgt), 1 JRR MONTH, 30c J PER TSAR, $3. BO. H fT OYER 300,000 A DAY I Bar OVER TWO MILLION copies A WEEK I E''' Tfc Scarcest Clrcnlallon of Any Newspaper P 1 la the World. H 'Tne total nnmber of Worlds printed daring the K. aastweekwas2,l83,930,ufo!iowi: Hf) Ras4r. - 200, 8SO copies. K kHudur 000,050 copies. K7' Tee UUO.IOO copies. 8f Wcdasaday 018,110 copies. BL TkB-miar 308,000 copies. Hp 'SyMsy.. 203,480 copies. fti' tarOar. 282,100 copies. HL Weekly Bcasl 107,010 copies. K- ) Average circulation of Tn Would pet day for B-C , latere, vretk, E f 31 1, 00O Copies. Vp , We, whose signatures are appended, certify to Kl $ correctness of the above statement. Hr' C 0. W. Ttomib, Business Manager. B& 7. Axon Shaw, cashier. Hf ' J. O, Bmith, Foreman Wobld Frees Room. B'i C. E. 8TTM.BT, R, Acting Sopt Hall sad Delivery Depb K ( Kdwibb 11. Rixxix, Audi...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 20 October 1887

I v THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. w ,?;B I ARTISTS OF TIIE HOUSEHOLD. I 60MB EXQU18ITB EW YORK IOTTRI0R3 I DESIGNED BY AMATEUK& W' Decorating One' Abode a "Fnil" I'limited by Jtlen nnd Women New Mtitcrlnls Wblch Permit Novel nnil neanllful Uf. feeta Hsusefnrnlslilna;) Blade Easy for Teapla With Alone j Prevailing 1'iublons. '-fdI..M ANY a lady who is 'i! (SyS); 11 it,u beHo ,n middle SV 1 '- " M aged society, ond many i $?i Is?" man w'10 Bt' ro ' v'tSir-?" Jrnc'lt'uB contests nnd W' wvl laUl' ne Suburban, or takes II "' trr" '' JV ft Prom'nen Pnrt 'n (Li ia- ( Y' politics, con remcm- w LsSs.'Vp.s bcr when wall papor I i JTjJ''" l p vas introduced. f&Si l A Scotch gentleman ft fkCriLM relotc how "is fnthor. lJifeRt5r opionoerin the ncw- 'TsJkfl fangUd but instantly ?VMy? popular "orazo," SS 1)rintcd vftU pnper forty yoars ago in pieces of about eighteen taehes square. It was not very beautiful, 1 looked at in the light of this year of graoe, 1887, but it was ...

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. — 20 October 1887

WfrJ' THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887; I flK ,' sieretauy ftr Half m Centnrr. Hr' ' u'TnesUHKratmeeMnB; of ttao nutoneal Society of H-b'- 'We UnlTtrsIUt denomination u held before the BSv' pemlnaof the regular UnlreriHUU' Conrention giKr ft the Chnreh of the Divine Ptcrnlly thla morn giKl, ng. Tho Secretary. Dr. Sawrer, of Tnfti Ool S1' lege, read his annual report. The following om-aaaWii- cent were elected for the enialnc yeart Preal MZK ideat, the. Her. Richard Sddy: Vice-President, gaaaK (Olney Arnold, of Rhode Island; Secretary, the H&, Tier. Thomaa J. Sawyer, D. D., of TntM College, gaaaKrr i Mat. J Treaaurer, the Rer. E. I)tIs; Trustees, gigW 'the Rer. V. E. Tomllnson and Oarnard Potter. gaaaHrr- 'After the election, President Eddy called ntten. gigUk tion to the fact that Dr. Sawyer had now aerred ui Hw Secretary of the Society for fltty-one years. A K& rote of thanks was tendered to Dr. Sawyer. aaeW H IiengobaLrdt'a Victim Worse. HV : Tonng John Barret...

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. — 21 October 1887

3 O'CLOCK - M, PT V ! 3 0'CL00K 9 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2lj 1887. PRICE OJVECISINT. " 3 FRANCKLYN STILL IN JAIL. . ' 6EBI0U8 CJIAROES MADE AGAINST nDI BY SIR BACHE CUNARD. Accnird of Refusing to Turn Over Cash nml 1 Securities to the Amount of 83,000,000 How He anil Hlr Jlnfhe (Speculated To nether Ilia Counsel Think That Ho Ha Been Hardly Used The News on the Street. Mjs Street Jnil Charles G. lWTTy Francklyn, formorly 5f5Wn) ngent of tho Cuimrd q 'xHtV O Steamship lino, aud yXBA tho president of tho TsfVC IIorn Silver MininB 01 ""JearxJ Company, who was or " "jdlKv 0 rested yestorday in n SJHLf' B" brought against J9y bim by his cousin, Sir aSfX 9 acno Cnnard, of B Lrr England, to recover y JwA $3,000,000 damages, is fis&Tx TO still languishing, being fWyXi' -TO&' unnblo to obtain tho IJIIIJiniJ $600,000 bail which is WaT (jeinandetl for his re lease. Ho is moroso and depressed in spirits. This morning ho refused to see tho roprcsentativo of nny news pa...

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. — 21 October 1887

FT? -" A I Hhiv,f THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1887. ' I Hgvjcnitxs W&vtia. 1 kkiday. ocrronRR St. Wmj JOS BVB8C1UPTZOX (Intituling Pottage), fj; LtV?. MONTH, 30c.f per YEAR, $'J,SO. H OVER 800,000 A DAY! R OVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK I ImGE tTIio I.nrseat Circulation of Any NrwupnpeT S?T In tlir World. tflif The total numlicr of Worlds printed during the WL Jastwcckwaa2ll83,9301asfollos: S' Bnndny 2(15,2KO copies, IHg, Monday 30(1,09(1 copies. Itffe Tuesday 3(JU,10 copies. JflP' Wrdneday 31H.1IO copies W&? Ttaitrulny 308,fiO(J copies. S Friday 2113,430 copies. EjS Haturdny 282,100 copies. Mm Weekly and Nrral 1(17,(110 copies. DM- Average circulation of Tins Would per day for E (Above week, Rtf 31 1,990 CopiOS. B We, whose signatures nrc appended, certify to WtfV' tho correctness of the above statement. M 0. W. Tvkneh, Business Manager. JEW. J. Annua Shaw, Cashier. j J. O. Smith, Foreman World prcss-ltoom. KjST C. E. Htuaht, Knf Acting Supt. Mall anil Delivery D...

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. — 21 October 1887

TnE EVENING WOULD: FltlDAV, OCTOBER 21, 1887. 3V f l TOOTED LABOR'S NOMINEES. THE MEN WHO LEAD HENRY GEORGE'S FORCES IN THE I.OCAIj FIGHT. . Yuan Lawyer Who by llnril Work llnvo Heroine CniulliliUce Tor Jmllrlul Oilier Pernio Adventurous Cnrccrit Wnr Veternnn I on llio TlcUct YVorkldgiiicn Mot Hereto. foro l'romlncnt In Politics Now ItitmiliiR. I ' IlllilU Traffllllll 1 ' W'BUC8 know nil til fill! 'mCwmIIiI x,out no candidates llP'lfflMP('' w,1 Bollcit llls 1'idlot 1 in f)l November. Tub Even- llwJ 8 iSRi Would therefore PT M 1 l'l imbllBlica lo-ilny pen If J flrf Mii'skotchcs of tho county liS 11 01""' c' uom'ncc8 on WB uL EfrStho United Labor party gk Mtftlckot' Sovoml of tho !ffiB flSjMgentlcnicn havo very isiifjIY jflFKfjjintcrcstIug histories, jj&Kcl. JSfilFnn "ao ft0CO,,ntB of aSpum ffflfi"10mR'ven kotow will IfSffifivcaflTOPii.11' 'e hitolllgont voter lii.iMtit-, inClPfititilliprcntly in his search for information concerning candidates. Leaders of tho United Labor party a...

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. — 21 October 1887

BR. 4 THE EVENING WORLD:' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1887. MpHOE STRIKERS STAND FIRM. Bi'4 WW YORK AND EASTERN BnOPS CAPTDR HLl INC. THE TRADE OP PHILADELPHIA. wmt' K'. Will the nianuriu-tnren Hold Out at n Itlak B& ' " ofOonnlcrmandlnc Orders for Fall Trade f WtHjf Employe Claim That Overt ores Have HK ., Been Made far Settlement of the Dlmcnl K& ilea What the Leaden Hay. Hry triOUL TO Trig ETXKIKO WOULD. Ki, i'niLADti.ruu, Oct. 21. Already the effects Htv of tho lock-out, as the employees call It, or By the strike, as the inunuffioturcra Insist it is, Bt 6f the 6,000 employees of tho twouty-threo H&'i shoo manufacturers who compose tho Man HSj" ufacturers' Association of this cltv, nro be. Rk gjinninBto bo felt. The city is full of shoo Bfr,' drummers from Newark, Rochester, Now K? , York and Boston, who nro soliciting orders gftts1 from tho retail establishments who havo HEw heretofore given a large amount of their HK( -work to the Philadelphia shops. The loeked Hgv otit emp...

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