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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 October 1887

3 O'CLOCK " ' - 'Ipi Qn'fJTnfir jj EDITION.! flj) M ' GBwwflL lEDCTION.1'1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. 19 sss:; . I'otagggsl HE STOLE $10,000 AM) FLED. i , . TUB SUB-TREASURTS PAYING-TELLER NOW IN CANADA. . The Money Was Taken In a. Lamp on Sat- J nnlny by II. III. Jackson, Who Went to Toronto Ho Handled from One to Hlx million Dollars a Day nnd Waa an Old Employee The Loss to Fall on Canda. A. ffyjnfl )I& D roportors wor &$!& lwrVJ 4 nrs c'vo to the JyllltiilLlL-N ww Pu" Information of IPlVraW'OlEyl o discovery of a do ?KvJ0l falcation by Henry rwffllVr Martin Jackson, pay- lC1 V ng-tellor in tho Uni r?rV d States Sub-Troos-jfcjg. ' ury- t0 defalcation MSSCjAv occurred on Saturday WjgiX 9 'BSti nd was not dis j&TjffitjyJ A covered till Monday nJST fwLffl)3rmp morning, whon the yEk failure of Jackson to ' tsS" appear nt bis post of A& vw-""ii u'y nrousd susplc- syrf! ion, and an investiga tion of bis cash showed the loss ...

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. — 27 October 1887

T;irlf l THE EVEl&01tt,Pg frHUftBPAY, OCTOBfeiYfl7, I8gfl Hi -WTOWWAY,- OCTOBER S7. TO ? Ht '4'M3MOJUrxnJr ("Xne'euflfto' Feitagt), KvOYEH 800,000 A DAY! iVjYOVCT TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. K ,.i E y&km Xst Chrelatle af Any Newspaper HB' U World. Bp , .W total number of Worlds printed during the RMrmk in 2, 1 83,930, e follows j Hfr " WMJ "' .....200,280 Nilii, lHi' MMHkur........ 800,840 esplee. & ;lMv .. 306,100 copies. E- Weeteeatfar 81B.HO coplae. HH& ,TtVso'ay.. 808,000 copies. D(-'t lly ......... ........ 880,480 copies. H HMW.m.... 888, IOO copies. K. WMkr aad Hesal. 10T,010 capias. Hk ''Averafe circulation of Tax-Wobld per day for E V SI 1,990 Copies. Rj. A?; We, whose signatures an appended, certify to DR J8 emctaess of the above statement. Bf -, -' "" " W T0. Business Manager. H" ,4 J Akoci Bnaw, Cashier. K w'"" J, totra. Foreman Woxxn Press-Boom. IB V Acting Snpt. Mail and Delivery Dept. B ,; BpwaxdB. IUhxix, Auditor. BXaaXsKr? ., CtaeodOotujtT of KmrTork,...

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

I i ' SPORTS INDOORS AM) OUT; x j f ! THE NEW NATIONAL ABATE-, ASSOCTA- HON GAINING flTEEKGTn. W Jinny Amateur Made Proffeulonala TJnder I; the Old Association Rale The New York j I AthWtlo Clnb'a Material for n, FlreUCla t -- Crew and lie Good Trainer Athletle , Clnbs nod Madison Square Garden. 1 ' mrr."-" .i iH I'IlEADYthonowN(i- y J 'onl Amateur Asso- S" '" (i5 Ml ciatlon 's lowing its N'rN O strength. Besides tho ' W 4 Noir York, Pastimo U v ond Olympio Athlotio ", 772L I olubs ft011 tho Spartan j n I K ij and Prospect Harriers jj ff-g In this city, it has thlr- ," xjjj ' teen out-of-town clubs, i , (H fH and will bo joined by " ' 1 1 ''' I tho now nthlotio club i ' ' II ftv ft A which 1b being formed Ulj. Much fault is found t5?t3i with tho negligence of lv f. -jJ the old organization, i which seoms to hare ; rotten Into its dotage. New rules 1 havo been passed, as, for instance, 1 tho ono requiring amateurs not to compntn at ' any but approved athletio games, and no no tices s...

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

aMBaMBB.aBBLBWiBBBBHBWBBMKlTOlffl - ' E;'"J' "" "THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OPTOBfeR gfSgTi ' ' 'fjinr STAUMT8 FltElK. H&V"1 i "rhlladelktiU In n Coffla-Hovr BFtt't' I'lonee Won a Waer, KTco6BitcADleyUlrinTerr in t Wihouse.no K " ot i"TT. Mr. McAulejU BEJW t tad eMJiwt tattler In Chicaeo, Hecime HRMre.ltl UM when Chicago and rodunk were Hf-i1rtllagto ice which mould wear thelongeit Kjy,tiwdllB clothe. From stIIUro of 0,000 Inhabl BfetMM ho ha een the city grow to anch dlmcnalont BS that it'Ukei tho whole world to manufacture Ha KWMrnt. Mr. McAnlcr'abuglneu waathatot Kyvwws mover and raUer. When the irrarte of the &lwwtBeBOrtlonofthe oltyrwaa changed, ho waa &?HMecteS with the flrroa which ratted moat of tho MbnlMlnga. , Although poiaeaaed of oxcellcnt Iraal K?iMQnIltIei.Mr. MoAulcr waa at all tlmeaeo WKSfJeBtrfo. He Wl a great antipathy to railroad RTeonpanteiatddlillkodtopat money In their cof EiWIep paying fare. In tho f all of Ms he had 00 HB1 caalon to visit Philad...

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

I y " .,' i TIlaYafaYafJ 1 6 O'clock J 5Ji8f!flg 1 6 ocrocK 1 : 1 PRICE ONE CENT. , NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. I 9 JOHN L. SAILS AWAY. Lively Scenes Attending the De parture of the Champion. Boston's Routing Farowall to the Hero of the Prize Ring. Vndredss Flock to See the Pugilist Depart for England Ue Bay lie Will Come Back Champion A Hall Down to notion Light Hit Aged Father Ware the Color Coder Which John Fought Ryan. (UZOUt TO THE IVZBTBO WOBLD. Boston, Oct 27. John L. Sullivan soiled swy to-day to foreign shores. The pomp and cironmstanco attending the great pugilist's doparturo were simply ' stupendous. Nothing like it can bo recalled intho history of tho Hub. Bands played martial and patriotlo musio, whistles blew shrill farewells from many tugs and cannons boomed and boomed again in warlike good-' by to Boston's distinguished citizen. Tho recipient of this unwonted demonstra tion took tho compliment modestly. He shook hands with tho friends who 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. — 27 October 1887

K f f THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1887. n& ' tab K Jgttlttittg Stolid Kif; - THURSDAY, OOTOnKB 27. Hf, . KVJSSSXXrilOir (Including Toitage), BL ja ftomo, 50c. jjh ra&u?, $3.00. mm over soo.ooo a dayi k L Hi' OVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. HPf n IVar Clrtwlatlen f Any Newspaper V la the IVatJd, HBC TntoteJnmborof Worlds printed during tie H last week wss 2, 1 83,930, s follows: K:i Br.-..""" E0atZ80 eoplee. KTt Mtly.. """"'8O0.080 eeptee. Hot, Taeeday.... .-.............. 3U0.100 eoplee. T'i Weeae-day ......... 31,110 cople.. HB$ Taanday...... BOB.0.00 copies. H."'' Friday ............... 203,480 cople. Hi, ,8ajirlajr .............. B8,IOO copies. mWl' Weekly ana RmiI.m 107,010 roplea. K?l Average cirenlstlon of Tna Would per day tor HL above week, K 31 I.990 Copies. K. We, whose signatures are appended, certify to Hp-' ae correetneM of the above statement. HIT g. W. Toshzb, Business Manager. Hp J. Axon Shaw, cashier. Hj.,, J. a Bitrrn, Foreman World Press-Room....

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

r Br Itf ''"Wj'wi'ilJIpiplJi SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. TUB NEW NATIONAL AMATFUR ASSOCIA HON OAINIKO STRENGTH. - JllaUir Amateur Mario Professionals Under llie Old Association Rule Tha New York Athletic Club's Material for n Flral.Claas Crew anil Iti Cood Trainer Atliletlo Clubs and Madison Hqunro Garden. vrr'" .t Tlf LREADY tho new No- 'f am t'onal Amateur Also. 1 (TI5 ff""l ciation Is '''owing its I k M. A stren8th. Bosidcs th6 f $ J Now York, rastimo ju V , anil Olymplo Athletio I clubs and the Spartan Ih4rmjL'&'. -i oudPro8pect Harriers ftf n this oity, it hasthir I ay ' teen out-of-town clubs, I r I and will ba joined by J Al, fl' l the new athletic club I 5iK A which is being formed F2w3iM5 ftoroes tho Bridge. $wj. Muoh fault is found 3C527j2njE- with the negligence of L --1 tf, wlg) the old organization, which seems to have gotten into its dotage. New rulos have been passed, as, for instance, the one requiring amateurs not to compote at any but approved athletic games, and n...

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

1 W 4 ' THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1887. ' PB.ALTMAN&CO i Have made still FURTHER REDUCTIONS aLaSaE' iBHHaV1 K IN I "r' 'FURS. B: ' In addition to a FULL LINE of the FINEST H QUALITY of I ALASKA SEAL SAB, JACKETS, WRAPS, I .... DOLMNS AND R1BKETS Wm,. , AND A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF Fur Trimmings and Small Furs. I REDUCED PRICES, rsrsrsrsrsrearY K-, THEY NOW OFFER ONE SPECIAL LOT OF B ALASKA SEAL SACK Superior paltyj along, 1125.00. ALASKA SEAL SACK Snprior quality, 43 is. long, 1150.00. V 1LASKA SEAL DOLMANS, 52, 54 56 in. long, 1175.00. EEvr)' bbbbB LHI' ALSO LADIES' SUITS. ESESESk, EEEEEmHnK beeeeeK Hf The balanoe of IMPORTED SUITS AT LESS THAN COST. ESKr m Desirable Styles of their own make In SILK, CASHMERE, CLOTH, &c, &c.,at B VERY LOW PRICES ESSSxfV'' BmSBMv tun SPECIAL BARGAINS ESSSSks'" EssssW KK In plain oloth, oheoks and stripes, READY-MADE SUITS, fitted without extra H& oharge Bp ; at B $12.00, $17.50 and $21,00. Essssiu. dress goods and velv...

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. — 28 October 1887

LAST Slfe I TART 1 fM EDITION. PlMl "mmm pfWlftlflH EDITION 'H J, p- ' - -- 4tl f PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOttER 28, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. 'JftH SUUGIITERING GOULD BONDS SPECULATORS BUBTEOT A "NIGGER IN THE FENCE" IN KANSAS & TEXAS. (The nonld People Take n, tircat Deal of Tronblc tn Deny that the Company la In Financial Hlrnlta Hears Helzo tho Oppor tunity to Wipe Ont an 1'arly Advance In Frlcea Gossip an the Street To-Day. f'Ji' f"0) ' havo M B0 tv jrtyk SPv n,uh of their own way yf? Y ij 1 ) fr tho past few doys i7T j. I that thoro was a nnt li , ArtV nrn' curiosity to soo iMyyf( I T wkat tho neit movo of x$5ir I llm tho boars would bo. A j5 I Jj M 'arBor crowd than ns- jy mjL-W ul gathered to shout $r'x out tlloir blds aml of' " f&tk ors uPon tho rosump. ''''r t TaWli tionof business at 10 ,i,nrVSj$Z?,. o'clock, and it was at ,, itj'A'' on0 'nado dear that iZa.mF ' tho bulls wcro tho onos yffifr'''''j who had wepnrod a ' .. s2' surprise for those who had 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. — 28 October 1887

HREjk THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28,' 188ft - Bjgffij - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28. HP V, t axmaCBirXXOlT (Including Tottagt), BY J XONTH. 30c .PJEB XXAR, S.6"0. KV. K OVER 300,000 A DAY I Kr 'OVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. Hk? 5e largest Circulation of Any Newspaper Witt. In the World. MflF' The total number of Worlds printed during the Hj Matt wee was 2, 1 83,930, "follows: H& Bandar..... . 200,280 copies. vV' Monday 30O.0SO copies. HrtU Tsunday. .. 300,100 copies. bv Wedneeday 318,110 coploa. K'' Thursday 308.000 copies. jv Friday . 200.430 copies. BK1 Saturday 282,100 copies. IKV' Weakly mad Semi 107,010 copies, Hfp Average circulation of Tni World per da; for HRr above week, K 31 1,990 Copies. Kb. " wn08 Blgnaturcs arc appended, cortlfy to K3j'' fce correctness of tho above statement. Hgf Q. W. Turner, Business Manager. Kyt Amqcb Sbaw, Cashier. HEtjV. J. 0. Sunn, Foreman Wobld Press-Room. HIv" 0. E. STUART, Ut i Acting Bupt. Mall and Delivery Dept, H' Edward II. Rankin, Au...

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. — 28 October 1887

SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING. ' tOW STANDARDS AT THE STATE, IBLAND OUAKnONBIIIP GAMES. ' The National Amateur Bleating AasociatUa ' Mora Hoir1n Handicaps Wanted Calnm. bla'a Games Tlila Afternoon Tho Benefit la Al. Lambert's Widow 82,500 Worth of aiedola ta be Given to Winners To-night. I I ,.. ,. . UOH surpriso is mani. I fStA t0Rto& at tho ridicu. VflivW 'ously low 8tndard in s llfi& nll-round chain- vyil wVli P'onMps of the Staton TT YaSflBWi Island Athletio Club, li lr$Pfli 'Which we to be held fe8alIiOrJ(S' on Election Day, com- jJro?toC moncing nt 11 a. m. TIPx WV Almost anybody ought l m4 iH l" a theso con- Hi fneS'li te8ts" Tne stnndM(1 'Jk thar&&H tot Cc-Pun weight SrokJ throwing is 12 foot. '&S&Liz) Tuo Now York Ath. &&2?5SJP letio Club's standard m2vS at its games tho 25th of (The standard of tho Staton Island boys for throwing tho lG-pound hammer is 40 feet; tho "Mercury-foot" requisite was 70 feet. Down at Livingstone, on tho 8th of Novem ber...

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. — 28 October 1887

K v-i "j'' ;'" " THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 187. ' Hpt :- m"' WL trJW'MUKTMSjm MNH ItOUBS. HPv, -tei ad Oilier Men Will Strike If (he B . x-'t , Detnittid I Nat Conceited. BL'V inCUI. TO TBI ITtKIXa WOBLD.l HKI-OiOCAOo, Oct. 88. At o meeting last nlclil KTTot the Typocrophical Union tho result of tho HBLYhdlot taken Wodnosday on tho nino-honr HHtf Won in job-priutlnfj offlccs wns an HE i obbco1 to be 383 for ft Btriko on Nor. I, to Bp&, against it. Therefore, unless tho employ. aaaV SaCt printers ogroo to tho nine-hour rnlo all KV ; tho job printers in Chicago will quit work l- 'J Best Tuesday. Telegrams hove been received .H& from St. Louis, Donrcr, Oinolnunti and Do. &, troit announcing that tho Job printers in thoso WMA-h1' eiUM will follow tho action of tho Chicago Kft printers. H Jltfister (o-mon-ou ana tare your vote. li Ail Ho. ? ' Ht I3fh Street, 19th Street and K" Sixth Avenue. Ei'' HP (1 8th St. Station Elovated Road.) r. m Men's Furnishings. Bp . 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. — 28 October 1887

R9HHMHHHBHHHH 7 3.0'CLOC I EDITIOI . 4 1 1 I PRICE ONE CENT. TERMER, DEFEATS GAUDAUR. AN EARLY MOROTKO RACE DC SINGLE SCULLS ON LAKE MARANACOOK. The 8. Lenla Oarsman Vu Half a Mile Behind the HeKeetport Bey, Whose Time , for Tw miles Wiu 20m. 8 IMS. Deu lias In Favor of the Itluir-Ten Thousand ! K Spectators See the IUce. fSrsCUX, TO TBI SnalXO W0BLD.1 Lira Mibawacook, Me., Oot. 28. Tho two-mile race with a torn in single sculls for $2,000 end1 the championship, between John Teemer, of MoEeesport, Pa., and Jake Gau danr, of St., Louis, was rowed hero thin morning in the presenco of a big orowd, and was .won! easily by Teenier. His time was 20m. 28 3-68. Gaudaur's time was nottaken.. Ho was half a mile behind i and paddled home. Jim Keenan, of Boston, vrh'd backed the MoEeesport boy, has taken what money the Oaadanr orowd were willing to wager at odds of 100 to CO. Mr. St. John was Gaudaur's heaviest backer. The aooommodttions for witnessing the race were very good for those who had ...

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. — 28 October 1887

H;,,"SiS' THE EVENING WORLD t FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1887. - - HEj?rvffT WmSrt-l PA VX1DAY. OCTOBER 28. gnWESS-" r H&nCft - HB0JUFTX0ir fltiel(tnfr rostmge), K't.SE3t XOSTH. 30c; PER YEAR, $3.00. raft1 ' ' OYER 800,000 A DAY! ? pyER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. HRT Large. Circulation of Any New .-neper KP, In the World. Hhf? T&e total nnmber of woelds printed during the K' ifJWMWM 2, 1 83,930, "follow: Rl (Si-day..... 205,880 ropte. kV;Meaey... -..-... 800,000 coplM. Hr,.:Talay... - 300,100 eapleo. IKWitaHVx-n OlH.llO copies. MltiJWIWtrfar. .... 008,000 copies. HyrMay .. 800,480 copies. KfL' Htoy.... - SSS.IOO copies. YW-Ur Mid n..... 107,010 copies. $iC' Average circulation of Tna Woau per day f or HtfeT( week, Hfe"; 31 1,090 Copies. E,-,',W, whose signatures are appended, certify to bktts metnesa of Die above statement, H& A O. W. Tueneb, Bustaeas Manager. HKj'V'' ' Aesps 8baw, Cashier. gaKTftu. .0, Smith, Foreman Wools Press-Room. $??, ' a e. Brut? KaI ' Acting Supt. Mali ...

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. — 28 October 1887

j SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING. m 1 . m, I ; WW STANDARDS AT THE STATEN ISLAND l j CHAMTIONSHIP GAMES. C 1 The National Amnteur Skating Association J k Moro Rowing Handicaps Wanted-Colnm. A f "- Ommtm This Afternoon Tho Benefit J to Al. Lambert's Widow 92,000 Worth I of Alodola to bo Given to Winner To-nlihl. i i vyv." ik i TJOH surprise is mani. I ffi&&lA festoi ot tno ridiou. ' X Z IfAvll lon8,y Iow BtMdard in 4 Imp all-round oham. idorilwViJ P,on8m"P80U"Staton TvtlWi Island Athlotlo Club, Lj-ASKyjj 'wbich aro to bo hold SRsAjJa5fj on Election Day, com. JwtV Inonoin8 ot U - M. n$T V!s v Almost anybody ouiht lC$Kfcni to qualify at these con. ft 3j tsts Tl10 standard J sjl for 06-pound weight Siy?5tS' throwing is 12 feet. xySCj Tho Now York Ath-5l3H- letio Olnb's standard -?S9C5' at its games the 26tU of "V" last June was 18 feet. The standard of the Btaten Island boys for throwing the 16-pound hammer is 15 foot; tho "Mercury-foot" requisite was 70 feet. Down at Livingstone, on ...

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. — 28 October 1887

mm- I B i " "" THE EVENING WORLD; FRIDAY; OCTOBER 28, 1887. . I EftHety- Oft ( Wrni BartyM Sae D? ;V aw, ana1 "There We Treable. Efr ft It to bd oraetloe to irrlifl rnt lettcrt t one ilBWf them In enelopea anil addrtia ! KP'Hr- JUinj accident occur. A etntieman who WVAtiaeea'peact (or hit eomapondenee, but natea HKgC.tke'MparicripUont In Ink, wrota torn tpliUei, HKHrieeored them la enyelopea and laid them Rfta order on Ma desk. To Ijraniraa to Ma K'jweer.ta.air, to aeeond to bta lateatand beat Hkrv:'! n3 tB lMt to bU UOor ' WacoTcrliij tbal HmrPtbe Ink waa abaent In the aland, ha left bta deik PA' far a moment. A clerk in aearohof a ruler took K ..f-Mp top loner tbat la; upon the rnier, and pjat It iBW'M .below the mlMire Intended for the UUor.. Back H) teame tbe complete letter-writer. He addreaaed LaaW-f letter orat In tbe row to bit mother-ln-law.the next k'i' to Maud, and tbe miiplaced epUtle to tbe tailor. RW At a o'clock that afternoon a milliarrlooklnff fa. IKJv V aM, amine, ...

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. — 28 October 1887

I 6ocooin 5llltf fig ' 1 6 O'clock m y '- ' UjKsam I , PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. '&ftH t 4 ' " S . " rf 'filial EXCITED RACE GOERS, j fc The Washington Meeting Con- tinues In Mud and Rain. V Tho Stfoeglo for Racine Honors Between . ; NicUughlln and Carrlion Exciting. 9it Day's Itnclna Ends with their Seers of Winning Mounts a Tie, Each Having 104-Fnvor, Sturvesant, Kingston, Flor- enes M and Banner Dearer the Winners ' Four Gaott Sacea at Clifton, I farzetu. to th mnrraa woatD.l Ivr Grrr Each Tjuck, Washinotoii, D. 0., Oct. 28. It is tho namo old story about tho J weatherrain and fog, fog and rain-even worse to-day than on previous days. Tho 4 track iff now thoroughly Boakod. This morn. rjj irig some of tho owne-yn got together and de. cided to ask the,, Exooutlvd Oommittoo not to race tomorrow (Baturday) but si! 1 th". programme announced BO over uuill Monday. Tho committee promptly 'Agreed that postponement was the best'polioy, hopin-g...

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. — 28 October 1887

BBT ! :t r "' l" " " THE EVENING WORLD; FRIDAY, OCTOBER g8, 1887. H, MfrJWUDAY, OOTOBEB 28. snnHr .u ' HP fMfJMOXZrriOir (Including Testagt), IgaH Wtt'jrwrair. 30& jwkb txax, $3.00. HBL f; OVER 300,000 A DAT! K K jRO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. kMNh XMtftKt Circulation of Any Newspaper HEf if ,ij ' World. jHSo' The total number of Woblds printed during the H week was 2,183,930, afollows: H'kMlttr. . 203,280 copies. IgnHP ateaaay - 80O.0SO coplM. IHLv , faesaay. 800,100 copies. H Wednesday 318,110 copies. aWy VtMMaay......... 308,000 copies. IgaanK sTrlday S0B.43O copies. BSf Nasorday... 282,100 copies. IgngnK Weekly and Scml... 107,010 copies. R?v 'Aver circulation of Tn Wobld per day (or BnsBnsBs?HPwv'e week, HHf? - 3 1 1 ,90O Copies. K, ,1fe, whose signatures are appended, certify to BElN sorrectness of the abort statement. HBf 'rS 0.'W. TtnufiB, Business Manager. Hkm' " Atrava Shaw, Cashier. HK -hi 3.0, Surra, Foreman World Press-Room. Hf ' ty v 0. & Btoabt, ES S Acting Bnpt 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. — 28 October 1887

r SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING. A xlfitt BTANDAEDB AT THE BTATEN ISLAND 1 l CHAMnONSHIP GAMES. (J Mjrfcf National Amateur Skating Association J I More Rowlnc Handicap Wanted Colura. tf i bla'a Gnmea This Afternoon Tba Benefit ,'n f toAI. Imbert'a Widow 88,000 Worth J. af Medals toboGlven toWinnersTo-nlsht. ty y ,. a UOH surprise is mani. 4 ' aUAAl 'ostd ftt tno rldiou. i v r Ll fVv lously low standard In JsrU fwfil pionshipsoftheSUten TY VeJflRWi Is,and Athleilo Club, 1 v .Sia-JssSKtJs on Election Day, cora- JwPVQ monciDB t 11 A. M. 2j$v K k Almost anybody ought ' i il 4rch qualify at these con. ' ' if SSS) estft' ho standard Jl 75j 'or 66-Ponnd weight 0S&fnjjy throwing is 12 foet. - ni i1sli The Sew York Ath" - ' &1si$3cl- cl' Club's standard t oSK a Barnes the 25th of tfr j jam, was 18 foet. K The itandard of tho Btaten Island boys for . ) throwing the 10-pound hammer is 4G feet ; the " Meroury-f oot " requisite was 70 feet. Down at Livingstone, on tho 8th of Novcm- ? ber, tho...

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. — 28 October 1887

HVwiV hMt-Ht Me Will mm u tit HSE, J9awnd,INt CaMid. HEr'4' tTClt. TO IB CTSMVa WOLD.l Evf .'Cueijvo, Oct 38. Aa meeting fort Bight B& , 4 it !fjgMpMoai Union the ntnli ot the MEr v WW Wtea Wednesday on the nine-hour HBV ' iwtfea In job-printing office w on. HR newteedtab to formctrike on Not. 1, to KH. r4 8!ttHtt. Therefore, unlcM the employ. wHeY-. kAWktiriwroetotho faln.bonr rale 11 IKfe Prfeo prlatcw la OWeaip trill qalt work gMKiV j.tT4Mdjtr, TolcBtmlUTebeen received H(5- i ' Ire SLLtmb, DettTer, Cincinnati and Do. IsiK '.V troit fcfinounolnl Uu the lob printersin ihose Bti& . eitieawiU follow too Action of. tho Chicago BbV' itWUK to-tnoftd And mm pow a. I B. Altstaa & Co. Hi' K Btti Strut, 19th Street and B Sixth Avenue. Hi , (tlth t Itattwi Elevated Road.) B Mm'8 Furnishings, Viae Furnishings la Great P ' Variety, including Allen H ' Oily ft Go's Highest Grade Bjk "Underwear tand Half-Hose. HPv - firettle's puro-fipun Bilk Hkp Undergarments. B' Neckwear, Gloves, H...

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