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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 25 October 1887

V. n WIBbHbBBBBi 3 O'CLOCK1 ' SgltllR m V 1 3 O'CLOCK ill l llgpiTIQNJ t WSSBSSt SW$?IP EDITION. 1 PRICE ONE CENT. jjEV YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1887, PRICE ONE CENT. ,H ONE OF GOULD'S FINE GAMES. , AN0TIIER C1IAPTEU IX TJIK PACIFIC RAIL ROAD LYVKSTIGATION. Th Commllon T,enru1na Abniu Hip f'rnirnl nranc'i Con.o'.lilnllon A Map from Whlrh Prrldrnl (Srnnt Torn III Mlgnnturn Ills: llli In the Price of Murk-I.clnml Htonronl'n New I'lnn ol" Settlement. -rro. T was promised that T3i ' Era' hom f t,le 1ncino K(ffll Hnllwny Commission G" wSranilrv would censo on Oct. 1, fSPwA'JjVUW but tho members of Mfflliir) that investigating lj3,w?j5 body, finding thnt they "Sf -dsws I wcr, nt Mifncicntly 'Syr enlightened regarding - K'lM'' J tin, history of vh.it , '" Is );iiovn ns thu Cen- I JiWJiirn III n I'lf 'ni' I'much of tho wWiyuSjali l' 11 jcii l,lcltic, KU1I- ;. ,, uioncd before them "- . this Morning Conn. "J- "ty V ellor LVfllnghiim H. " .N'ichols to testify ou this subject. From tho inves...

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. — 25 October 1887

MBFfwrwwm " - THE EVENING v6kLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1887. " '" " ' ?ZWmW . ., Hf -: Hka' k , ' tuesday, october 25. Ktf'tVBSCJtlPIIOX (Including postage), Hpt-Hi MONTH, 30c; PER YEAR, $3.50. K. ffv OVER 300,000 A DAY ! BpVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK I Kltiei Largest CIrrnlntlon of Any Newspaper Efc V '" ''l0 World. Hraf The total number of Worldr printed during the Hf rt,week tru 2, 1 83,930, as follow: KMfHHlBr 203,1180 copies. HftjMenday..... -00.C130 roples. Bqmrday.-M 300,100 roplea. IKgWrdne day 31H.110 copies. HrdThurtdny , , 308,300 copies. Friday -A,430 copies. Kttat-rday 282,100 copies. Kweekly nod Weml 107,010 cople. B; Average circulation or Tnn World per day for WfceoTo week. f 31 1,090 Copies. BWe, whom signatures are appended, certify to Htho correctness of tho abovo statement. K' ' - W- Turner, Business Manager. Bf ' 3. Angus 8iiaw, Cashier. Eft J. O, Smitu, Foreman World Pross-Room. El' C E. STCAKT, Ki Acting Supt. Mall and Delivery Sept. K" Edward II. IUmkin, Aud...

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. — 25 October 1887

1 . THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1887. & "1H Tin: JAGKKHIFE STILL IRS.' -- COT. OCiniTREU DRIVEN OUT OP HIS OLD QUARTERS RUT USAPPALLED. Tlirlllluff Account nf llio Itraruo of n Hoy y I'rom n Stream nf Wntrr OOO Feci High 1M Tliu MkIiI nimlo Ilia llnlr Turn (Irny- H The fMicrmnii Itilnllnlrx ullli n I'leli ilmt Mlrocil Drunk lor n Vcnr On lll Wlilnkr). WSSWHSfewf E VA1U0ATI0N is n -flJIWIjS ''noiiHtrntcd by Mel. iWWffl-villo 1). London, who fSjgyPWw insists that tho cssenco vmriiiMd'tt of '"lwor 8'n ',s cx- I Iwr?l3r8fv ""P1'"011' nld, os JrafuiSM? EH l'orkins, has liJjwSwcf"!! nehioved tho roputn. Tffll tion. at $EOn night, of sNwSsvSa being tho greatest liar sineo "Harney" Munchausen. Hut thoro iiro bownil amateurs in Uii city who lmvo nchiavcil cousidoinblo repute ns fobricotors, mid there becms to lio koiiio. thins iu thu ntmosphero in tho ncighlior liood of thot recent graduate from tho Lono Star State, tho Hon. (which may mean lion, est or honorable) Col. "Tom" ...

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. — 25 October 1887

Wf .J'iy- ' THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY OCTOBER 25, 1887? : . BJOHNNY BAIfflETTS STAYER. K- ' Ki OXGOnAnill HELD FOR T1IF, GRAND JURY HH" BY TJI1J CORONER. H,' . Thu Demi Jlny'a J'ntlirr Trim to Uenrk. RFf! ,. IaitKobiirillt and. When FrrTrritcit, Haynt Hjb-'" "Can't You flltn .lie n Chnnce'" Hit. BH ncuse. Ilrlntr tlm Wory of the Mhontliig (vl;- In Cornnrr Klclninu. K," " Tho Coroners' cotirt-rooin was filled this Kn Vnornlnc Allien the iuuucBt on the dent h of Hr'V ' tiSx1con.ycnr.oid John Dnrrett wus Inx brcun boforo Coroner Kltliniiii. Youug PSE''t, Uftj-rett wuh tlio Hon of l'oliceinnn HMmv1 'Thomas Dnrrett, of tlio Onk t,trnet station. HkT,.y On ilia Jiiplit of Oct. 10, while defending his LL-Wf Inters from tho Insults of two Italians nenr Hg ,. iho comer of 1'nrk row and ltoosovclt street, BVj liowBSBhotjpnd mortolly wounded try Gin-Hpf-'-soiipo LongoViardi, of Ko. 32 Cborry strci t. Kv Shortly after 10 o'clock Lonfjobnrdi was Hfc ' lirought into court. Ho looked )itlo, rcstle...

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. — 26 October 1887

MyB'BWBIWsWMiW y ' r-" " ;i'vt .1... . f . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' " " T- 3afl I FDITION. !g,jl J SKsWflPo J EDITION. M J PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. ''9 IS IT MURDER OR SUICIDE 1 . t linen MYSTERY SURROUNDING T1IE DEATH OP LOW IIE Y0UNO. tM ITU Money or Vapors Cannot be Found, and ' Ye Blnu, Ilia Partner, who Know About 1 Them, baa Disappeared The Razor Willi ,1' whlcb Yonns's Tliroat wm Cat In Yea M-j Hlnc'a Octectlvefl Searching; for Mm. if' .fii ii WHE brand-new razor ' wl which drew tho life- tsf krVT?1 VQ PI blood of Low IIo Yong IWy JjJ frjl nt C2 Delancey street V llfifl CTliNUKTi mt( yesterday was not his. I Jv I ll pSl 1 It belonged to Iijb nnrt- LLdLl Jj nor co Sing, and Yoo (AZ-SyiZy , Sing has disappeared. S2 This is but one of tho ! t lllf circumstances which ' llv Si PTFf3 cast a shadow of doubt Ft) IS III and suspicion ovor the fopSJ)4JJ llvl III statements of the othor lYv-rJjJi. Chinamen and tho y"SAjy theory of tho police i 1...

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. — 26 October 1887

WKrK$''! ''"' " THE EVENING WORLD; WEDNESDAY, C K7ifWKONB8DAY, OOTOBEIt SO. H .' jfagBCXXTTION (Intludtna Voltage), E&rMllXONTU, 30Cf PER YSAlt, $3.00. b ; Ki ', ' OVER 300,000 A DAY! tKxOVER TWO MILLI N COPIES A WEEK I Uf K"vVfc6 Ireat Circulation af Anr Newspaper ; In Hie World. H?', The toUl number of Worlds printed daring the HKy Wc week 2, 1 83.930, follows: KfVlfMaaay t Ho,8BO coplea. Haf'MOBar ,..300.030 cople.. IHL4 Taesday... 3110,100 copies. HAWeahio'dBy t...r.i 818,110 cop.... R- tTnBrday 009 0OO copiea. '' .yridar V05,4U cople.. Hl;tfetrU7 2M2.I0O cople KtlVMlilr and Mwl 107,010 cople. H-t t Average circulation of Tin WonLD per day (or K l fcor week, R4j 3 1 1 ,000 Copies. Hk-L We, whose signatures are appended, certify to Hfr th correctness of the above atatemcnt. A" ' a.' W. TfRNXK, Business Manager. ' J. 'Awe Shaw, Cashier. 1 ,3.0. Smith, Foreman World rress-rtoora. " 0. E. Btoart, Hi- " Acting 8upt. Mall and Delivery DepU BV'! JSdwardU. Kankin, Auditor. HKr;'.ivu...

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. — 26 October 1887

i SPORTS OF FIELD AiD RING. ' NO TLEABANT task to rkfereb a foue (OR SIX ROUND FIGHT, j AStrlklna: Illustration In the McGIH.navIs f Conteat Tbe New York Athletlo L'lnb'e Attempt to Oct the Dauntless Crcw-.IIore J . About Polo . Vauller llnxter'e Iterord. IlreaklDff Mexton'a View on Matches. f T is not over pleasant jjfiFnf5" v "ft to rofcreo a four or six 'imSjQ. v-fr rouni C'00 contest. WfflfolS0 ifll tMS8 ono miui is Wtl'llilljLvw- iw clean knocked out Wtlfclj'-tifY there Is sure to bo tils- $r)XS HI satisfaction. Thcro aro Si'H, jMI many ways of judg. v &y jfuiin inE nud ii ts B ,iim- l jWR n cult to toll Uio rclativo ffl 1 valuo of tho hits. Ono Ym ll W w) I i,romincnt JdRo of M ?M Jy i,rizo-flKutll8 ys o ' ' v: ST I lnnn 8llouI(i i pub- Vr? -s V lisLcd 8!1 bentcn h on- A -( " " : other in a four-round yVZj'V y 1 BO Tiulces really llclcod. E-k. Vfwfflf I r 'n n rinB figllt on8' jtfVA-ei J man may bo almost Y&zfajM kuockod out ai"l yet 1 LtO 'r-d by n sno,dcn rlly, win f...

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. — 26 October 1887

Hf M';A'K' THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1887: ' m , Z' I HW4ififrw(YMk Mariner's Heiress DIcoTerd Half ;':-- r" New 0,Iea, "arte. BS"i-v 1Frm teV.i. OrUamt Keenm.., HynihitfaBJrerl8Tt' una Jtin pr,or t0 "1,t Hfi' !" lit Alston wis turned bj Ocnnsn named H JvlialbbrtBS, widower, ho had one child, a Rtrl, HRL wreBjesrsof celn 1ST. Loreni hsd met with Kfc'iiriue. Flrrt be Ml loat hi wife Frederick, WWW) IsMm Maiden nam wss Voesrolo, and oon after K) want his llttla Ht, two year of age. Mr. Irens i aisOalWI, and after that the care of the children F -which deYolved on IiOreu proved extremely Irk WMk .gAsatv Business did not prosper with blm as he RMtwed, either, and probably he concluded to b leave tne city. His little (tin be placed in the LKt . rrotestant Episcopal Homo on Jackson atrect, and BBvthea bade the city adlen forever. Hiv ''The child's name was Elizabeth Catharine laMV'J Lores, and for some time after ber father left the EUrtty ah oontlnoed to receive letters f...

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. — 26 October 1887

PMr , "Tlrttri - ' '- p ; ,- ; - mtw--y-imJ yWM T A QT W- T . A QT "'w - - 'JM PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. $9 . . '''SPJI , WORKING STOCKS OiN WIND JHREWD TRADERS 8EB TROUBLE AHEAD FOR UNWARY BEARS. t Boll Feeling Prevails In the Market This Morning; unit Nevrrnl Ntork Score an Important Aitrnnce London Itcspondi Promptly to the KUe Speculation Lively in the Oil market tioxulp on 'Change. Wijfflff-Sfe. KOMINENT bulls htul BsjjT control of tho market S . Wl again to-ilny, and ul- I frf WW M though they did Httlo H I .fiflll 111 'n no wft,v " wh0l' H JttHngrftsSs Ins up " tho list, thoy lllaBsSgJLI nevortheloss establish W HrTtTErQy 81 "' a higher ningo for A T" T If both stocks and bonds. I Ml I RjlPil n la) '''0 imProvement WBS W. wi Vb) no on'y tue act Hfc- -7 tuft ne rumors Imt H cisj"'"'- out by the bears since H jStSrcgj5&. tho beginning of the n js2S22eW?3 wcok havo pno after H iir55p& another been knocked H (JjKj) Yestcrdoy th...

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. — 26 October 1887

I , ,jf THE EVENING WOK LP: WEDNESDAY, O TUB B" getting Sll0IU HLif IK' WBDNK8DAY, OOTO--R 20. K .ifc Hl. BV&SCXirilOX (Including Voltage), HI OYER 800,000 A DAY I Kl OVER TWO MILLI N COPIES A WEEK I Rt rt Iret Clrenlatlon of Anr Newspaper K i In (tin World. BB TUB total number of World printed during the r !MtWM--M2,l8-.930,-(ol!owi: H BBar... ...3HA.SHO roplea. B? Moa-ay 300.030 ronle,. LHfW tTaaaday uufl.lDO coplea. Kf W4-aa1a.y 018,110 copies. K? nar-ay a0B 60 'Pe' Kf, W4y. U3,4aO eople- K' M-4rUr 8UV.IOO ronlea K Weekly and eil 107,010 rople. H$ Average circulation of Till Woblo per daj fur B"' Mwtowm, B v3l 1 ,990 Copies. Hff We, bom signatures are appended, certify to Hp ) correctness of the above statement. K 0. W. Tdkir, Bulnss Manager. HpT 3. AHOCt Bnaw, Cashier, Hft J, O. Burnt, Foreman World Press-Room. Hk C S. Stuart, - ' Acting Bupt. Mill and Delivery Dept. Bf Edward n. Uamiix, Auditor. ' fitju Ctt and Oatanf flaw York, y.i HL FwmllT appund bafora ma (1. W. Travin,...

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. — 26 October 1887

sffFfWifffTHpiflpfflHrHn jfpffftKBfftTi'wyj5sMffTffT L THE EVENING WQRIJ); WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1837. . vJPj.'1HI SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING. KO PLEASANT TASK TO KEFEREE A FQUB OR BIX ROUND FWHT. V A Strlklnn Illnstrntlon In tho nicani.DavU Contest The New York Athletio Club's Attempt to Get tha Dauntless Crew More About Pole - Vaulter Itaxter's Itrconl. Breaking .Sexton' Views on Matches. T is not over pleasant Z&Zffi&Ty ,vJj rforco a four or six VajjSj.'? -(f found glovo contest. imfy-) itll Unless ouo wan is Wiittn Jifflk c'eim knocked out Wf(wgj!5K thcro is sure to bo dis. yfryS " jfj satisfaction. Thoro aro uU "m rV.Jll " many wft's ' iuJft k &dj Ur&k '"K and it is so diffl- I) J5 fsNl ouIt to to11 tno rolntivo ' lfflfl lii valuo of the hits. Ouo Plfli V!r Jl ) 'lrom'nont Judge of It "it Jy l,rizo-flBting says no l v 'z5 I mau sll0U'd bo pub. v? U 1Ishcd ttS bcatou by nn I ) J ) ' , otuor'n ft fonr-round Jtt Ai Vi B unless really Hckodj ffvf imifw I toT in n rln...

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. — 26 October 1887

Hp U THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887.' i STERN BROS. ML SPECIAL SALE f OF I Sett il Fm-Liffiil Gnii 1 ALASKA SEAL SACQUES. R Quality 1-38 M loi,.$115; 40 U loi $135; 42 iucli long, $155. I Witj X--38 iucli loi $135; 40 iucli lone, $155; 40 iucli long, $175. HBP'' Our own make and warranted to be the best London H' dyed and dressed sealskins. Also, K Alaska Seal Sacques at - - - - $80 K Alaska Seal Newmarkets and Dolmans m at $220 K Sicilienne Circulars, Squirrel Lined, at - $ 1 9 K All of the above Garments will be found ex H ceptlonally cheap and worthy of immediate atten- mf tton, K LARGE ASSORTMENT OF B ALASKA SEAL JACKETS, m BOAS, GAPES, MUFFS, GLOVES AND FUR TRIMMINGS, Kk In addition they are now offering large assortments and B EXCEPTIONAL VALUES I LADIES' DRESSES, CLOAKS, m , CARRIAGE WRAPS, , RAGLANS, NEWMARKETS, . WALKING JACKETS, SEAL PLUSH WRAPS, B JACKETS, SACQUES, NEWMARKETS AND DOLMANS. Wm- AND IN ADDITION H LADIES' WALKING DRESSES of Brunswick plaids an...

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. — 26 October 1887

I g O'CLOCK I . :S ' I 6 O'CLOCK I ? 1 j IJaAliiA. PC HHIM WSIPlIP 1JaTJ1A.1 M PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. $H TEEMER AND GAUDAUR. heady for the Great Race on Lake Maranacook To-Morrow. Both Men Thoroughly Pleased With Their Training by the Lake. (i The Evening- World Correapondent Talk With Doth Oarsmen To-Day Teenier la the Beet of Trim and Confident of Tic tory Gaudanr Juat na Bare of Winning liven Money on the Contestants. FECIAL TO III BVEKIHO WORLD.) Wntinnop, Me., Oct. 20. The interest manifested by tho inhabitants of Winthrop and, in fact, every place that The Evening World correspondent passed through on hit waytoLako Maranacook, in tho approach, ing championship contest between John, Teemer, of MoKeesport, Fa., and Joke Oaudaur, of St. Louis, is -warmed up to a high pitch. Tho attendonoo to-morrow promises to reach 10,000, and no pains have been spared to make the excursion a very pleasant ono for those that will come to witness th...

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. — 26 October 1887

K Jin'i' THE EVENING WORLDs WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1997. ' ra ' WKDNKSDAV, OOTOBEB 20. Kfjtf SVBBOBXPXIOir (Including rottaf), Me? 1J X01TTJT, 30c. PSIt HAS, $3.60. Jf OVER 300,000 A DAT! K OVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK I K Vtf Largos Circulation of Any Newspaper Kr la the World. Kk Till tout number of Woblds printed daring the f Jat week was 2, 1 83,930, sb follows: E'V 'Bnaoar... 208,880 roplea. R& IkTonday 30O.O5O coplM. Vj; Taasday... 800,100 ceplee. ' We4nedoy 318,110 coplea. B Thnradajr.......'. 308,000 coplea. ; STrUny 1503,430 coplea. K' Mttndw.M 289,100 cople. H; Wooklr and Ncsal... 107,010 coplea, BS- Avenge circulation of TBWosuperdayfor Hw bova.week, K i 31 I.90O Copi08. Hei' We, whose signatures, are appended, certify to K;' the oorrectnen of the above statement, Hra O. W. Tubmzb, Business Manager. K; J. Angus Shaw, cashier. Bk( 3. O, Smith, Foreman World Press-Boom. B'. C. B. Btuabt, Hh" Acting Sapt Mall and Delivery Dept, K)' Kdwakd IL Rankin, Auditor. fft ,Mata,...

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. — 26 October 1887

1 11111111 s "THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 188f?I H'SB SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING. ,T ,d Wfflflk'to'WS&fM i OR BIX EODND' FIGHT. 1 BirUdntc Illustration la the McGM-DavIs Contest The New York Athletlo C'lnb I Attempt to Get the Dnuntlr-s Crow More About Pole - Taulter Baxter Itecerd- Hrtaklno Sexton's Views on Matches. T is not over pleasant !Z2J&5&7!Cradff reforco a four or six vjjOTjStL'? . P round glovo contest. mwRf--) ' V I Unless one man Is Wttmlw ' ? clciui knocked out Wfj2-sw' 7 thero is euro to bo dls R'' l I satisfaction. Thord are f(l ?! I mnny wys ' iid(f. k tygi (liiW iua nml ,l is B0 lliffl" n JR& fOw CH to tell tbo rolotivo ffi Tm vnluo of the hits. One iMll W l) I l,romtnont judgo of ft WjM J l,rlzo-fiBht,n8 ys no ( .' Trr.?0 i wnn should bo pub. r? )! U ll8hed ns beatou hy nn- c) A N " j otkerin four-round jJn r i BonnleB8rcoI1yHkod; 11 knocked out and yot, I i3 "tNT-xli by a BUll(Jci1 rnlly. win aJBY )r! tii0 hMl- Another JTtiI l y8" ,wo ...

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. — 26 October 1887

1 u 1 1 K N B K U ub I SPECIAL SALE I Mfi ii Fnr-lii Us, 1 ALASKA SEAL SAGQUES. K Quality 1-38 M loot $115; 40 tt lot, $135; 42 inch loi, $155. B Qialilj 1-38 Inch tot $135; 40 M lot $155; 40 incb K $175. Hr'-' Our own make and warranted to be the best London k dyed and dressed sealskins. Also, K Alaska Seal Sacques at - - - - $80 m Alaska Seal Newmarkets and Dolmans B at $225 Hf Sicilienne Circulars, Squirrel Lined, at - $19 H" All of the above Garments will be found ex- p ceptionally cheap and worthy of immediate atten- Hf tion" H LARGE ASSORTMENT OF B ALASKA SEAL JACKETS, K BOAS, GAPES, MUFFS, GLOVE'S AND FUR TRIMMINGS, B In addition they are now offering large assortments and 1 EXCEPTIONAL VALES i LADIES' DRESSES, CLOAKS, I CARRIAGE WRAPS, RACLANS, NEWMARKETS, I WALKING JACKETS, seal plush WRAPS, I JACKETS, SAC0OES, NEWMARKETS AND DOLMANS. Hi AND IN ADDITION :: LADIES' WALKING DRESSES of Brunswick plaids and K check suitings, at $13.50 H LADIES' IMPORTED CLOTH JACKETS, Elaborate...

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. — 27 October 1887

j; takt ' rE I TAT 1 g iiii m,wm dk tp SSlA vp33 raif 2Sr - W JLmILJL -- . '. j Y """ , . i , i i ..., . , -. i i i .. ...---.. ... i i i i '" " T " '' ', i "-'- .iiM. " .- i -...- i i- ..,. i i. i . Jul I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1887.' ' PRICE ONE CENT; VIH .-- . .' 1 j BE STOLE $10,000 AND FLED. f TUB SUB-TREABDIirS PAHNQ-TELLER J I NOW IN CANADA. J ., The Money Waa Taken In a Lamp on Sot- 8 nrday by II. M. Jnckaon, Who Wear V to Toronto lie Handled from Ono to Hlx ; i million Dollnre a Day and Wa an Old ., Employee The Lou to Fall on Cauda. J I' si?Nv Tl If OBIJ) reporters wor 'JiwJwWvw P000 information of rs-tfrMw Martin Jackson, pay. LC1' ing-toller in tho Unl- I tAivV ted States Sub-Treas. .iVilty i nry. Tho defalcation JmS-JJ&L. occurred on 6aturday ' WJ&Jv " ast ont was no' '8 i SffJSsLK covered till Monday i ' wflmte&jBmr morning, whon the ; l(HSS fttiuro f Jackson to L. I 4&v appear at his post of ,' Jfel S&s-4l duty Moused suspi...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 October 1887

t' Jfl ' '' THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1887. I 't MUBsWAY, OCTOBER 27. HP'MMCBXrxrOJr fXruIsMffrto- Fostag), WtiiJim'koxTB, soct pjes 13-lb, .0. pjry OTIS 300,000 A DAT! BaffjJrWfl'TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. H&MtmJMra Hrwalalo at Any Newspaper L, ' ta tte WOTld K.u.Tfce tetal asmber of Worlds printed dating the K;'hMwekWM 2,183,930, ssfouowse Kf B gar... ?.w.......BCW,880 roplee. Kr JMonday....-..... 300,000 capiat. By--. ........aue,100' copies. K'rWiaM4o'.M- SIS.IIO oaplaa. ri aaun'ar. ... ...... 801.080 copies. BfcJMaoy 884,430 copies. E&TJaanyoNBSr...,.M......... Sov.lOO coplee. H'WaaUy and SeaiL...... 1U7.610 -copies. Hl t Averse circulation of Tni Wobld per day for IKfkmvMk. K;;;'' a 1 1 .090 Copies. HgMj', wsoss ilgaatnrea are appended, certify to H si oirtotnew of tat abovo statement. Ki '.,' Q. W. Ttron, Business Manager. f,;c (Anew Shaw, Cashier. K , I ri 3V 0. Smith, Foreman Wobld Press-Room. ?''! 0,1. STCABT, K '' ' Aetiag So pi Mall ud Delivery Sep...

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. — 27 October 1887

THE EVENING WORLD J THURSbAY, OCTOBER 27, 1887. Tj ijmU SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. I m " TIIB NEW NATIONAL AMATEUR ASSOCIA TION OAININO 8TRENGTH. 3 Many Amnlear Mado Frofeaalanals Under 4 lli Old Association Hole Tbo New York Athletio Clab's Material Tor a Firat.CUes I Crew and Ita Good Trainer Athletic 1 Clnba and Madison Square Garden.' j, - M LBEADY the new Na- JP W t'onnl Amateur Aso , f (f H laJ! elation 1b (bowing its N r I II strength. Boiitlos tho t JwfV 4J Now York, Tastlme Lu V. r and Olympio Athletio - f(j. I olubsnndtho Bpartan ' Xjilt3tvi and Prospect Harriers ftT " In this city, it has thlr- l-S) 'J teen out-of-town clubs, I r J and will be Joined by J l frv"' tho new athletio club JT aA which is being formed pjJWM across tho Bridge. REy2S2?trr- ucn au 8 fund KS!jri3& with the negligence of I !- -- jzjg? tho old organization, which seems to havo gotten into its dotage Hew rules havo been passed, as, for instance, the one requiring amateurs not to compete at any but ap...

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. — 27 October 1887

HI: : 4: . THE EVENING WORLb: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1887. pykLTM AN & CO I Have made still FURTHER REDUCTIONS ft EH ' IN 1 FURS, -iip -. WL In addition to a FULL LINE of the FINEST KyuAii i y or pLASKA SEAL SAMS, JACKETS, WRAPS, I DOLMANS AND NEWMARKETS Hr. AND A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF H Fur Trimmings and Small Furs. 1 REDUCED FRIGES, &: they now- offer one special lot of K ALASKA SEAL SAGQUES, Sin duality, 10 ill. 1 oil $125.00. KUSfl SEAl SACK Snprior Quality, 13 in. long, (150.00. I ALASKA SEAL DOLMANS, 52, 54 56 in. Iom, $175.00. Kr R; . ' ALSO R LADIES' SUITS. Bl The balance of IMPORTED SUITS AT LESS THAN COST. KfjDwIrable Styles of their own make In 8ILK, CASHMERE, CLOTH, &c, &c.,at m VERY LOW PRICES . III ' . AND H SPECIAL BARGAINS I'ln plain cloth, checks and stripes, READY-MADE SUITS, fitted without extra Rv charge If ;:- P $12.00, $17.50 and $21,00. f DRESS GOODS AND VELVETS. If , FINE CAMEL'S HAIR, reduced to 49c. per yard. WL ft CHEVIOTS, in Checks and St...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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