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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 October 1887

77f'Tt?3&BliMiS DON'T MISS TO-MORROW'S fcCS$S,SZZ UNUSUALLY ATTRArxiuT" '9 i mir. m anak. . - TSvSyv' W'-m UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE! . 'JaH SUNDAY WORLD. ?i$ p wiiSiC THE -'9 II SEE NOTICE ELSEWHERE OF 11 iSCa l(Mi 711 .aI SUWPAY WORLD. 9 .1 Special Features, " awl lUfl-K gsiitSSZHi:t,ar iCwifxbi lUllHr illill 32 Pages; 224 columns.- ,S j 32 PACES FOR 3 CENTS. llV SJS SL IBtcMaPt Jal vaJl! JvjU- r i ftJ!l IflL lid i A, A Now8PaPor and Magazine H ! PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1837. PRICE ONE CENT. 9 BROOKLYN'S DEADLY BOMB. (AMTBTERY WHICH TUB TOLIOB AEE NOT ABLE TO UNRAYEL. ' Cine Are Supposed lo Have Been Fonnd, However, Thnt May Lend to (he Arrest f the Perpetrator of lbs. Outrage 3Ir. I Wechsler and Her Younflftan Dliflgured For Ufe How the Bomb Did. It Work. U HpI'XTRAOIlDINAIlY J E -fcS X I , efforts are being mndo J fX J !lff by the Brooklyn pollco 1 JfV I i-- to trace the man who 1 JjT u Jf IV mado tho attempt with JTfeferVl IltiVv a dynamite bomb on ItWLff...

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. — 29 October 1887

HI " K5Vi'H TIIE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29," 1887. IL gATITRDAY, OCTOnKK 20. Bjjff ' BUBBCBIFTIOX (Intruding Postage), Ktv TXM JtONTU, 30c; PSR YSAIt, $3.00. HF OVER 300,000 A DAY! K OVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. K The Laraeat Circulation f Any Newspaper h, In (he World. Hh The total number of Woblds printed daring the H tart week wu 2, 1 83,930, as follows: Hr, BttiKT. S05,S8O copies. bi Msea'ay.. ...... 300,000 espies. K Tuesday... 300,100 eople. Kl. Wednesday 318,110 copies. H( 'Tksrsday 308,000 eople. Hbf Friday,- M 805,480 copies. Eg Katsrday... 282.10O eople. Bk$ 'Weekly aad Senl.....t 107,010 copies. Hr1? Average circulation of Tuk World per da; for Hp. above week, Hf" 31 1, 90O CopIOS. HBp , We, wnote signatures are appended, certify to K toe correctness of the above statement. K, O. W. Tuhnxr, Bnalneu Manager. K$ ; J. Axon Shaw, Caahler. Hf-t J. O. surra, Foreman Wobld Prcss-Room. Hg& c. E. Stuart, Bfi Acting Snpt. Mall and Delivery Sept. fB ' Edward II. Ran...

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. — 29 October 1887

v- $kmm TIIE EVENING WOULD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2!), 1887. 3 j" V SH SPORTS IN DOORS AND OUT. WILL THE NKW YORK A. 0. LOSE ITS CHAMPIONSHIP TOINTS? -I The Itlnnhntlnns Do Nome Tall rigarlnn " Under the Olil Itule A Cninblnallnn of Toboggan Cliibs-L'nrtcr May be Tried In Knglnntl, Too Anollirr Incentive for I Johnny Itcnsiin lo Whip Jnclt Deinpsey. . g N championship doy I - tho.Ncw York Athletio t tfyj( Association was jubi. -4mm9 lant llntl tno Mftnnttt- j 5ft tans downcast, be- J"W K cause, although the, (if a "cherry diamonds" JA CJA nft won Mven to tne MS JlJ " mcroury foot " peo- 32r yff Z pie's six champion- t Jlt7 ships.the Sixth avenue ( jJV yA C'UD ad scored 69 &lfe1 points to the Fifth f!s avenue folks 80 points. 1 If Tho Manhattans have Jf since figured it out i liil j that they win under the old rule in a point's competition for the banners whioh were at first given to tho victorious club, that only points won by members of at least three ;i months' standing. Under thi...

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. — 29 October 1887

BgK' 4 THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2D, 1887. HP "; X DUEL IN' THE TUNNEL Mr-" "' , Ek,, PIWCEMAN KANF8 DFSPBBATB FIGHT TO- Ht " . DAT WnnABUBLTBOEGUR. ESt Smith, Caagbt Rabbla Grocer Store, B& Takes to 11U Ueela and Defends Illmeir ffif-' With. III ReTolrrr The Men Sheet lit HFf Baca Other Per Two Minutes and Neither B? ' One Hit-Leader of the "Stable" Gan. T There m n lWely exchfince of shots up. Ky town early this moraine between Policeman Kk i G. IT- Kane fnd a burglar who rejoices in the MSft familiar name of John Smith. M l Accompanied by a companion. Smith mode Hgj 'an attempt to rob" tho groodry store at One Hp& ' Hundred and Sixth street and Lexington nyo- Eki' Mua, 'and. 'being discovered by Policeman K&fc Xuse, took to his heels and ran like a deer. e The poliocman pursued him through Leilne- K' ton arenae to One Hundred and Filth street, K calling upon the fleet-footed burglar to halt gu wad emphasizing these remarks .with pistol Kit.., shots. After a...

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. — 29 October 1887

n , . - ' JW t DON'T MISS TO-MORROW'S I SI- UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE! JH il SEE NOTICE ELSEWHERE OF IEa h2TwiiS5 T'W rfA If &UWUAT WUKLU. VIB Km C.l ir .. 7til llnv ftLM-XMyj-SLML - ifflfVl till lflT 1 fffli 32 Pages; 224 Columns. , JH W Special Features. (OLlIr lmFmW&mmWff) IWlO'iill III I A Newspaper and Maglne ' 32 PACES FOR 3 CENTS. 5g P & 'mT&VSlliMD N&TN'' K W combined for 3 Cents. '53H 1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. 3H 1 1 BROOKLYN'S DEADLY BOM. lt HJ .- k MYSTERY WHICH THE TOMCE ARE NOT K ABLE TO UNRAVEL. JM & f (Sara Are (supposed to Have Been Found, I Kvrevrr, That May Lend to the Arrest I ? ofi"- Vcrpelrntor of tlie Outrage Sirs. JL , Wecnsler and Her Yonnn Bon Dlsosnred HlfV, For Wfe How the Oomb Did. Its Work. !f( 'e' L fchTP"VXTBAOBDINABY Urf -fS I 1. efforts nro being made wl l !l B by the Brooklyn police I a&& i-rJL. .. to trace the man who 1 1 jT, If T mode tho attempt with Ttfefcrtl IliV a dynamit...

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. — 29 October 1887

KVi THE UVliJiNlINlx WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1887. I FMR . ii- - - KM Tirn HgtJrCltiU0 Morlrt Mlv SATURDAY, OCTODEU 20. aMis K, 6,tmaOBirTIOH (Including Postage), WMipppn noxtit. 30c; run tear, $3.00. LK OVER 800,000 A DAY! fpVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. Ba" rrrt Clrcnlatlon of Any Newspaper Hpf In tbe World. BlSTJie total number ot Worlds printed darlnir the Hletttekirw 2, 183,930, asfollowsi HPnittaaaay ...2fW,Z80 roplea. HrcfJHMclay t 300,050 copies. ifftTassduy 300,100 roplei. KtaWtanoday 31S,110 copies. KpTtarsday 808.000 copies. yrUar 205,430 copies. HBNtatarday M8.I00 copies. IWtefclir nud Herat.., 107,010 copies., LRr, Average circnltUon ot Tn wontu per day for Hy above week, R 3 1 1 ,090 Copies. LLwMfye, woota signatures are appended, certify to KfttM oorrectneat of trie above itatement. H&"' a. W. TURNxn, Business Manager. K,') J. Axons Shaw, Cashier. HK, j, 3.0. Burnt, Foreman Would Preas-Room. B3?S t a B. Stuart, HlV-ft Acting BapL Mall and Delivery Sept. K Ed...

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. — 29 October 1887

- ! f9BkwMsi THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1887. - V ?vlVB , SPORTS IN DOORS AND OUT. MJtA E& WILL THE NEW YORK A. Q. LOSE ITS H chamhonshit ronrrs ? RF y " Raw- The IHnnlinttnna Dn Rome Tall Figurine; RBk Under 'tho Old Itulc A Combination of RRft. Tobocsnn Ctnbi Cnrlcr May be Tried In RRRj Knglnml, Too Another Incentive for RRW Johnny llennnn to Whip Jack Ilenipsey. MVgRY t f m chnmplonshlD day Bi Vr -t J tho Now York Athletio RE ffKrjr Association was jubi. BwRV' rJL V 'M1' aDl' MUUmt- Ft Wrfl tans downcast, bo wftji Jn SwA cause, although tho awflr m AJ " chorry diamonds" aBwB All Cu had won seven to the HT Cr jV- " mcrcTlry foot " pco- sTatr. r Wlx p''b b'x champion, shlps.tho Sixth avenue club had scored 69 points tp tho Fifth nvenue folks 50 points. The Manhattans have sinco figured it out that they win under tAVS tho old rule in a point's HBBjeorapotltion for the bannors whioh were at H&rst Riven to the victorious club, that only RHppoints won by mombers o...

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. — 29 October 1887

? H v l " -' - 1 K Brl ' fl MR.'!! 'THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1887. v 1 3ri0" . . ...I, ., . . . ...i w HplDtiEL IN TOE TUNNEL. HF& ' HKL '1 WMOEMAN KANE'S DF6PERATE FIGHT TO MP , f DAT WITH A BURLY BUBGLAR, IHhHT- Sl ftin Sm,,h Caurfit nobbing a Grocer j more, IBHRfti ?', Take la lilt Heels and Defends Himself HHKf,' Wltb HI IlnTOlrcr The Men Shoot at lBfr "' Ik Bach Other For Two Minnies and Neither HBr!f ''!'' Oae nit leader of Iho "Stable" ln. r HbXVV Thero was a lively exchange of shots up. HKfih' A'' own early this morning between Folicemnn HMf G.H. Kano and a burglar who rejoices in the HHBKiIf 4 familiar nmo of John Smith. IHKjT ,y- Accompanied by a companion, Smith made HBV ia'' an attempt to rob tho grocery storo nt One HHJIk y. Hundred and Sixth street and Lexiugtou uvc. HESf f vne. anil, betas discovered by Policeman HK i ". ; Kano, took to hia heolH and ran liko a deer. HRHHPi ' ne policeman pursued him turouph Lexina HHk. ' v ton avenue to One Hundre...

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. — 29 October 1887

DON'T IY.I8S TO-MORROW'S , W UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE! I $B SUNDAYWORLD. li iC ' - THE ij SEE NOTICE ELSEWHERE OF Ma itlW? Iili SUNDAYWORLD. .jB I Special Features. ill II (P mdBBMtf: $ tfw mmW I 1 A !,2 pasos; 224rfCo,"mn8-, 'U 1 n. ,. IttL L JM Wl MUMi M, W WP(ffiWsffliyKHSh iWi wLrwLWl iU 11 111.. A Newspaper and Magazine M 1 1 32 PACES FOR 3 CENTS. feT f 'IHK M 1P combined for 3 Cents. j PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. JM BROOKLYN'S DEADLY BOMB. i A MYSTERY WHICH THE POLICE ARE KOT ABLE TO UNRAVEL ' One Aro Suppoaed to Have Been Found, However, Thnt May- Lead to tho Arrest of the Perpetrator of the Outrage Mm. Wechsler and Her Young Son Disfigured Far Lire How the Ronib Did Ito Cruel Work. j U I I frl "VXTRAOBDINABY jj3 J X B offorts are being mado C5 EI hy tho Brooklyn polioo Cfy i 1 t to traco tho man who Ti, t "B-' made tho attempt with 1 10511 tflrV dynamite bomb on i tlpij5y iuS k '" ' r oseP L otIJtFbSs Wochsler, of tho Ann l eMv' ' oohsle...

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. — 29 October 1887

L y '" THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2d, 1887. ' ggaatf. V - ' . ' PC ! . -rim H SATURDAY, OCTOBER SO. EsL" BVtlBCnXrXIOX (Including roslage), Hjg -"-TO UONT17, 30c; rtClt YEAH, Jt.l.GO. Kl OVER 300,000 A DAY! BH'" OVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. Hftl Tho fcnet Clrcntnllon of Any Newspnprr mp! In Hi World. B&' The total number of Worlds printed dnrlng tbo K' lt week was 2, 1 83,930, as follows: Hfcfe 'finnday... 2im,280 roplra. ?;? Jlfonrtiy...... .'. on,OoO roplee. Rft-' Taesdnr .., 30(1,1110 copies. HVWrdneday it IN, 110 roples. HrfcTbnnJiiy IOt,ouO copies. ft? rldny kM'a,48(i roplas. K& Saturday SHU, 1UO copies. jKWeeUIr and Html 107.(1 10 roples. B Average ctrouliUon ot TnsWoKi.Dp.i day for Hti above week, H 3 1 1 ,90O Copies. HE, we, whose aignx'.ares are appended, certify to Hjr- tie correctness of the abote statement. Hp O. W. TtlSfn, Business Jlauajf r. Hll J. A.V0C1 Suaw, Cashier. Hf' J. O. Smith, Foreman World Press-Boom. HEp c. E. Stcaut, Hfc Acting Supt. M...

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. — 29 October 1887

1 ll SPORTS IN DOORS AM) OUT. 1 VTILL TUB NEW TORK A. C. LOSE ITS CIIAMriONSHIP MOTS? The- Manhattan Do Homo Tall Figuring Under the Old Knle A Cnmbtnatlsn of ITobofEO.il Clnb Carter Blur be Tried In England, Too Another Incentive for Johnny Itengan to Whip Jack Dempsey. . "'" N championship day w tho Now York Athlotio i V. VP Association was jubl. i JjmK w& and tho Monhat- Kf Ti 'nns downcast, bo Wt MM causo, nlthough tho Off J " cnorry diamonds " j LB had won sovon to the Jm) 1Jv " mercury foot " poo- W Yu' P''B B'x champion jJfcT ships.tho Sixth avenue JV Sjin cu,k ad scored 69 flOm Points to tho Fifth 7T9 ovenuo folks 66 points. 1 If Tho Manhattans havo gcjc sinco figured it out '- "' V. iM that thoy win Tinder tho old rulo in a point's competition for the banners which woro at fijkt Riven to tho -victorious clnb, that only points won by members of at least three months' standing. Under this regulation it is cloimoil that tho figures nddod to tho Now York scoro for places ' ...

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. — 29 October 1887

K ';&.' t THE ETENING WORLD; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 59, 1887. i K?THE HAEEK AT THE BATH. bKt 1" " f Ia.uJ. ii i-.ii -fc.i 11 sr. i.- HVfttf TUBH81I WOMEN OP RANK" BATHE RjH1; '' AMD HAKE THEIR TOILET. KfT i '. V " R'-.i-"" Scene In a Faahlannble J'nbllo P;1"-,' ' iablBg-Houa Nenr Conatantlnoplr Tho H&.&ffi' Work of the Hairdresser, Tooth Fllslier Bl'wVM' Ilia rror!onl Complexion Aftlet. Btv KRt. lottn Mtrfir tn Xanuu Clin rtma1 Kp''' In til the but Turkish houses such u belong to HftT peoflo ot high not: thcro are private liaths, dc-Bjl:t--' votefl exclosWclr to I ho use of Iho family, used on K7 fcertaln dajri or boon by tho women and, on others H &hj the men. These baths are heated nrlih hot air, HKM'lyirftlch comes from a larRO inrnaco altuatbd at qulto KH'ad!sUnce'from thohooio, and 'fed by wood and H;, charcoal. The heat Is carried In imch a way as H&'llot to make moist atmosphere, and tho air In the K:l different rooms Is hot bat dry, which Is not so tin HL 'ple...

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. — 31 October 1887

!nWT?mmmfmWrWrWMMKIMN I 3 o'clock av H ' p W 3'CLOOK ll L THUTTTOM ' flrln' wMm HlfflfrtlPiH EDITION MB PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT ffjflU THE BOMB SENDER EXPLAINS. H' . HE WHITES ANOTHER MYSTERIOUS LETTER. B TO MR. WECIISLER. H TLn niurilcroim Attempt Illnilo nccnnnn M Ht Wechnlrr m Considered la lio a Kll'ail B Man Tbo l'ollco Arrest Mix Men on him. B plclon, but DixclinrRP All or Them Ux. k Bxccpt Ono Mrs. Wechaler'it Condition. yl li Ti LDFJP Cnpt McKo1 jffifeLJ' Toy, of Brooklyn, LaV iVr'EIi flm1s thnt tho Wooh BK' tTQ Lrl" n K'er !ufcnm' niachino raaV"' yA's'-r. teJ mystery grows deeper Hal 1 1 .ZjjZu" t. ovory imy o uas und aft I itjS7fl?v- s'x ,non custody, all BHi LJSjCtJ cx-omployeesofWooh. BBk -f s'or Abraham, but, WBK M0' '. nftcr n' searching ox- BH Jp6 ( amiiiation, fivo of saaaau Nf " thorn havo boon ro- HP jSjViJrN leased from nrrost, tho vfTC&i Captain being confld- B jT " OsSplwi cnt m uy nro lft tP?? nnooon ' nuy IbbbH I....

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. — 31 October 1887

B5SSS2SSSlWs Kvifyii ' t JTVJK.XW ty I IU IYmi rblUMml Of. mmp npv? MONDAY, OCTOBER 01. m&BVBBttaiPTZOir (Including Postage), H&JMAAfOJvTr, 30c; PER YEAR, $3.S0. Hp' . OVER 800,000 A DAY I BupyER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. roiShe largest Circulation of Any Newspaper Mar . In the World. Hk iyth total number of Worlds printed daring the HEP list week wu 2, 1 83,930, as follows : HR&tt110? 200,280 copies. HMsjeday..., 300,130 copies. HH$ftVa'cday 300,1 IK) roplr. H Wednesday 318,110 noplits. HVftaroday 308,600 roplm. H&fjTrtaay 20.5,430 copies. B$laMrday. 882,100 coplr. BVTeefcly and Meml 107,010 roplm. Brv'ATcrtgo circulation of Tns World per day for HH;' fcere week, BK 3 1 1 , 9 9 O Copies. Ki,We, whose signatures are appended, certify to BbiM correctness of the above statement. HkkV W- Tdrnrk, Business Manager. Hw',; J. Anous Sua'w, Caahler. Hfrf- ' J. - Sxim, Foreman World Press-rtoom. BeV"' C E. STUART, HhL ; Acting Supt. Mall and Delivery Dept. K Edward n. Kahkin,...

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. — 31 October 1887

: ' ' - -''- J- -... ... ... . -t , , , , . . , i i i. ... iBn .fc .! .. i i iimir ,i j .tiSrggggi . , t MEN BEHIND FAST TROTTERS. j ' I f, 'SAOIAP HORSES TO BE BEEN ON AN '. - AFTERNOON ON THE KOAD. : w', !Z. Drivers Include) Merchants, Politicians $?ln .nnd Professional Men Homo or Hie Aril. ui "' Well Known eus Their Mnstrre llW FTorlte of the Htnble With Low iMSEi Record What May bo Seen In Hour. I I K) ' VMV HATEVER fault road- 'afc,' ml mon nnd turfltcsrnny F Ik "S WW fincl kocauso thero is I IT f 1 1 not within tho city snatK k limits bo suitablo a I 9f .V n plnco for fast driving i ;1i W J ns could 1 mado by f J ? v taking a slice off the '.' 1 1, western side of Control N .tlMiM Tnrk, no one who is i -fSDTral roa'8'er a"s to n- ,1 ff-1 ii g jv ?y dulgo in tho luxury on I iEfS,P!rrT7:?'vr' that nooount. A f, ' TSWsiJ stranger in tho mo- Lti 1 ijlfKWVvT tropoliswho is fond of JbL tVr4i)'4 nno horseflesh cannot H w I V wi w i d0 botter than gpona a N quiet hour any afternoon o...

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. — 31 October 1887

B St?ClIMSOFTHtelOST VERNON. RL m'JEWAB A TERRIBLE SHIPWRECK OFF Mfe--' ' HANIT0W00 ON LAKE UIOHIOAN. K0 ' Cnvt and Panraireni Perith Within flight HBfr' , "; t Another Veeecl, Wnlch tni Unable to Hci P ' Slender Aulatntice Wiu the Fitted Ilont W J ' Overloaded f A Bluer ftlilp of the III. ffff, 8lnrredCbaunplnln,An Awful Urn Itnglnn. H$$ t'rxouL to Tint xtiwiko would. BSi MttWAtmiE, Wis., Oct. 31. It is now dcQ. H altoly known that tlio stoamor wrecked on H&4 JjaVb Michigan, off Mnnitowoo, wns tho Vcr. H"'' Sion, of tho North Michigan lino. Hlio lmd bbbbbbbK - i. Aboard a orew of twenty-two mon and Bovernl Rfr'.n .'.r jiftssengors. Tho hows was brought in by Mf tho itcamer Superior, and Caiit. Moron, of H& that boat, gives this account; H& "Wowero in n disnblod condition our- HE?;- - soItcs, and woro unablo to render auy tifisint- mmJf,L- nco to the drowning pcoplo around tin. Tho Hb$ ' heavy seas had broken tho connection bo. E . ' twoon tho tlllor and tho rudder-post,...

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. — 31 October 1887

6 O'CLOCK I ' H " G0'1! ItExTRAi fffti dK ffiffiilflll EXTRA' Si H 'I-' ' iM ' i .. . . , , , , ssBaiit j JB K PRICE ONE CENT. ' NEW YORK, MOND31Y, OCTOBER 31, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT, IW K iii t - 'I ii - ' 'i$HH f THE BOMB SENDfellEXPLAINS. LHF ' " '1 Wt -HE WEITE8 ANOTHER M8TERI0US LETTER F TO MR. WECBSLEB. Kf' Tie Marderons Attempt llade Became Sir. K$l; Wecbilcr w Considered to be a Mean jk Man Ttto Fotlee Airest 81x Men on Bns- HK. , plcloa, bat DlerJuirce All of Them Ex. r Except One Mr. Wechsler'a CondltUn. TaTaTaV, LUFF Capt. MoHel vey, . of Brooklyn, flndi that tho Wech sler infernal machine mystery grows dcoper every day. He has had six men in custody, nil fex-employcos of Wech. sler fc Abraham, bnt, after a (Marching ex amination, five of them havo been re leased from arrest, the Captain being confid ent that they are innocent of any participation in tho , crime. HB Ar to the sixth prisoner, the police are very HE reticent. Ho was arrested early this morn K Ins' in Dutchtow...

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. — 31 October 1887

W ;'", ' THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1887. U ' Id MSSV, . ' Ol , MONDAY, OOTODEIl 01. TrsT' lRjk rl v jj" WtWSC.BXPZ'JOJV- (Including JPottagt), mtuaxorff. aoc.f rsn year, $3.50. B&& OVZB. 300,000 A DAY! Hrl'OVfR TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK. lfcwWw'XiWge Circulation of Any Newspaper Hfffi'' ' In tbe W&rid. W, .The total number of Wohlds printed daring the KS wee nu 2, 1 83,93 0, as follows t H'ttasa'ay 209,280 copies. HBMoaaay k 300,040 copies. HE&f Voeso'KT 000,100 copies. HW'Wcateraday 318,110 copies. KJNraf4ay 308,800 copies. RSfiSwraajr... ... .205,430 copies. H&t"rday 282,100 copies. Hfttarkly and Semi 107,010 copies. MBC;!Avrgo circulation of Tag World per da)' (or R. aWe weett, HRl i 311,990 Coplos. Hf -;W, "WliOM signatures are- appended, certify to HKke'eentetnoM of tbe above statement. BR "0. W. TtmNER, Bualneta Manager. KV, jf- Axods 8nAW, Caihler. Hp ' J. 0. Smith, Foreman Would rrcss-noora. K&, C.J5.8TOAET, B" Acting Sept. MaU and Delive...

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. — 31 October 1887

M ' ' ' " ' THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1887. ,;; '.S'fHH MBiiiTiAST TROTTERS. Vfaces and horses to be seen on an b afteunoon on the koad. Vt The Driven Include Merchants, Politicians Hf nod Professional Men Homo of the Anl B mala iu Well Known as Their Masters B Farorlfrs of the Btaulo With Iyorr W Ilecords What May be Seen In Hour. mmW HIT UATEVEK fault road- H Iflf men nnd turfites tuny Wp' u I find bocauso there is E. v U A. uot within tho city ssf'f vCiV ' limits bo sultablo a U SlV'O -, jT placo for fabt driving flt "xfe V")' ns cou' uo wailo by B.. . V taking a Rlico off tbo sBssf . western sido of Central m ' iiibpiMMs 1atk no ono who ls K BtTOtrtfv ablo to own a fine sBBsttf gESTiJJ Rj3 roadster faita to in- F , &iwL2.Ji-22i dulgo in tbo luxury on ssst Q?' .rV v O -'nr n n n ount. A Hi , tfrffifc fcJTtaVMU Btrn"Ccr i tho mo- mfa't (inWUMlvVT rP"9 wno 8 ond HI VVrii vlviJv. ue horseflesh cannot Hv ' do bottor tlum sp01)d Rn ' Juict hour any nf tornoon on tho p...

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. — 31 October 1887

FT THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1887. "El PLOSION AND DEATH. K, . m$r Giant Powder Kills Four Men HT V' at Lako Hopatcong". Esto HrcSp-'JIfaiiy Iajured and Several Buildings Hfhtf,' Blown Down. HUP GiftfC'Tfce Explosion Orenrred In Early Morning K' nod Wnn Felt Mllre Away It Took Has Flaeo In tho Wrapping Itoom of the FW. Forcite Worlui Terror and Confusion MPft? t Walla, the Bodies Were Due from the HHpi Ralno All the Tlrtlma Young Men. Hfe ' (IHC11L TO TBI XTESntO WOELD.l PKto Hacuttstown, Oct.. 81. An explosion of RE?' slant powder occurred at 6.10 o'clock this VgHtornlns In tbo Forcite Works, Lnko Hopat p' oob(T. The employees irero already at -work. Kf Four mon were killed and half a dozen were Kj&l&jurcd. Hi She people living in the vicinity wero star HStf tied 'by the loudness of tbo report, which IHg 'wiui followed by the crosJi of falling build. HBjhBfS. Not only wero tho works where tho HiH explosion took place destroyed, bnt also sov K" Wl bulldinss in t...

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