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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 November 1887

I 6 O'CLOCK ' ffe " v I OCLOOK ' EXTRA. Qfot msflSm 0t IP EXTRA. PRICE ONE CENT. ' NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1887. PRICE ONE CEN1 FINE AUTUMN RACING . , Seventh Day of the Jockey Club's Meeting: at Ivy City. Miller, a Jockey at Clifton, Hat Hit Skull Fractured, .and Will Probably Die. An In and Out Day for the FarorHei Glen m.und, Joe Lee, Swift and Theodoaln. Winner, on tlie Vlat The Gentlemen'. Steeplecbaa Won by Skerrod MoT.augh tin Beat.n In Four of tho Race. To-day. - Judgu-T. nslllncfhMd, J, It. Kelly, and J. J. Hoi llalar. All of the Kzeoutiv. OommtUe.. rfmr W. Draner and W, B.Jennlnaf , JSMtitary H. D. Melntrn, Slarttr-J. t. Caldwell. (IHCIAL TO THE BTIXIMS WORLD. Ivt Crrr Race Track, Wabiunoton, D. 0., Not. 2. This is the second of the National Jockey Club's extra days, and, as the weather is most delightful, in fact, quite warm, there is a largo attendance. The track is a trifle heavy, hut rapidly improving. Mr. Phil Dwyer says that the report telegraphed to New Yor...

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. — 2 November 1887

r . THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1887. ' J JgjT, " TUB letting WnU. WEDNESDAY, NOVEJIBEIt 2. 1W9BCHIPTXOir (Including Tostage), tXMONTB, 30C.I FER YEAR, $3.50. THE OCTOBER RECORD. !fr total Bomber of "Worlds" printed during 4 Malbjf October, 1887, 3, 479 , 330. MTtRAGE PER DAT TOTX THE ENTIRE mTH, 173,526 Copies. i: Oeteber circulation during the pait six years mpartdt ber,i880 081,080 Copies fber,J883 1,3011,000 Copies br,JH84 3.80,90t Copies ober,lH88 4,007,470 Copies 4iter,J880 0 397,180 Copies Hber, X887. 8,470,830 Copies f ADVEHTISINa KATES. b- (Af ite Hsuuninsnt.) rahuir, M Mat per lint. Maestri price forao-laHsdleplii-. Boslnttsof Bpeclel Notice. eppo,IU Mrll ptc AO eents per lis. Beading Motlcs. d or marked "Adrt."i Flret pf, 81.00 per I Jtarta rte, Hl.VO per llnei lnMe pc. 81 Mm. oJf.rlWnj In Ik. Dalty WOULD it nolap r f l JBtnini tint, tfor do Ikt rat: cf thai feme pt 0 te tbrnl't edition. k IHD0B8B HIOOLL. IflOOLL has dono In qfflco nil that the Labor iift sa...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 November 1887

i; ' WM THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1887. S -t 'H SPOUTS OF FIELD AND RING. TUB REASON FIGHTERS DO NOT HAVE CUT AND BRUISED FACES. C. T. Wlcaandi the New York Alhlctle Clnb'a Crack Hardier What Ho Derome of All the Fighter t Hltllardlatt Daly and Sex tan Hushes Haya tbe Manhattan Clnb mi Never so Prosperous oa at Present. jtr TJRDLEIt O. T". dfi Tf Wiegand, whoso pio- JsT turo )h prcsontod, is fZZTlS' W th Now York Athlotio JLjjsal 1 clnb' crnck in tllis T S I brnuch of athletic n HltA J sports. Ho is twenty. laatMAA ou0 yr8 ' aBB( I iTv?Ji1 Bnnis " co W inclics Vrt iSv U' and scales 115 pounds 1U$5 L. I in condition. Ho has HSlH&J'SjS boon champion nt his tffl- .ffetlWi specialty for a number M v5ffL yews, and holds the 1 j sif S record for a 220-yard -A Jriii1" hurdle raco over S-foot igV tijdfjb hurdles 28 4-5s. He flPatSav-i n coo,i 100-yard O. T. WrzcMKS. runnor as well, with a record of 10 3-5s..and won ono running broad jump competition ho engaged in with o ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 November 1887

IB ,f KV 4 THE EVENING WOULD: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1887. I PAT FIFTn INSPECTOR. B )" Hf'iJn; HGirr for the extra ilection H' OFFICER BEFORE A REFEREE. P" K.'i Henry Ueoro unit Chairman MeMackln B c Uc9r,be Formation of tho United fi&X Labor Party Their Claim Contested by KKN J IB" Proaresslyes Donbt If a Der Islou will B be Reached Before Election Day. LsbIHEe ' Hen , Did tho United Labor party cast tlio votes Bfo''for Henry George, or 60,000 of them, last fall? HBu''.OrDld tho Froeresslvo Labor party cant K4 lacm? Or was Irving Hall tho party which Hp almost carried Honry George to vie HrVi lory? Docs tho namo " United Lahor " now Hf 'fassnmed by the supporters of Honry GeorRo HtC, PftM to them by iuhcritnnco and along with Bg it tho right to bo represented in ench of tho B?' eia boards of inspectors of election in this "cUyf Hl These were points on which Francis L. HtcU H?S ton heard testimony at his William street Hw' ;, offlco to-day, by order of Judge Van Brunt, Hf and on...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 November 1887

J TjART - t a cam m PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT: &9 ANYTIIINGTO BEAT NICOLL. THK BOSSES WILLING TO SELL OUT ALL CANDIDATES BUT FELLOWS. Young Men to Hold an Independent niass aieetlns To-Nlshl at Chlckerlng Hall to , Indent Mr, Nicoll Tninmnnj Hall Sus picion of Treachery nepnbllcnn Lead ers Pledged to Observe Good FnltU. ANDIDATES on Bosa Wl -a. lffl Power's County ond j '',s,mi Judiciary ticket nro (ri7 alarmed. Their fears mZmLwrri&MmiM incrcaso as tho eleo Elf" mmIPu 'on Judgmont dnv np. ly II ffl. preaches. Mr. Mai tine i? ?ln nTlnnMM? : 's "10 on'y candidate ft" W on tho ticket who is 1 l U U U Nfl safe from tho wrath of 'ft !Si4?C?5JgSC tho PPle- The ,n wft dorsenient of tho Git SS& izenB and tho lie jg publicans makes his $&ii$n&&& election n foregone IQuOfffclpuCVaK rnnrlnninn Tho other VspfTn candldatos ou Boss ' CJ 'lv A IiYAVwi Power's ticket nro anxious, and every flay adds to their nervousness. Tho T...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 November 1887

sawn!?"' -. -' i ' ,. ' ,4 3 fa Jk' . THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1887. &. TUB Rising W 0ril. J '7VH.iJ (y (Aa JVrw rvHliAf o. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. PJ IBBCMVTIOy (Including rosjage), sv. xoNrn, 30c: run year, $3. bo. j' " SHE OCTOBER RECORD. 4ai mmber or "Worlds" printed daring south of Octeber( 1887, f,479,S30. KKAOB TEIl DAT TOH THE KNTI11K ITH. ' 73,526 Copies. -r ober circulation during the pott six years Hired: iter, 3889 OR 1,(110 Copies ttr,s888 , i,aaa,oao copies btr,388 a.aot.eoi copies. er,l8S 4,007,47a Copies er,J880 0.397,1110 Copies tier, 1887 , 8,470,330 Copies $; ADVERTISING KATES. - (ActtaUaajureuent.) IssrT. 25 tenti per Una. Noeitra price for to Ml display. Boslnasa or Spaclal Notice., opposite ital P(i 00 cents per lint, Tteadlits; Notlcss, td at toarked "Adti."! Flnt Pi, 81.00 per Ftmrth page, 81. 3 per Una; Inside page, 81 a." mtstfar odmrttttn) In (Aa JJaffy WonLI) A iiotnji. tsaaTsaafas-fMna. JVo do (As ralai a Mai i )(Mjrraiw edition. jg D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 November 1887

al BsBBa II i&BBfl II THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1887. S 't.; H ? SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING. TIIE REASON FIOHTEUS DO NOT 1IAYE CUT 1 AND BRUISED PACKS. I ,' C. T. AVIccnnd, the Neir York AlUletlo Clnb'a i Crock Hurdler What Una Ilecouie or All tbe Fighter f BllllardUta Dnlr nnd Sex- ton Ilusjliesi Haya the Manhattan Clnb i vrau Merer ao Froancrona na nt Present. & .. TJKDLER O. T. fl If W "Wiogand, whoso pic JflL I Ji uro '" Prcsonto,lt 's Y'tsreyTV rk t'10 ow rk Athlotio I 'ht M if 1 I Clnb'S Crack in tllis 1 7 & 1 1 1 Drnncu athletio I 'n 4lsA J BPor8- 's twenty. I A&tM1 ono ynrfl f B0, VnfxSffl B"ns 6 cc 6 inches In MjA Vb on scales 115 pounds frs3 ML vl In condition. Ho has gsVwS j'SEi' boon champion nt his pvgllLJS siJccinlty for a number f5jL of years, ond holds tho 1 81 1 record for a 220-yard J ifjy53 hurdlo raco over 3-foot rUSfc531 hurdles 28 45s- Ho gff&mM' is a good 100-ynrd 0. T. Wieoand. runner as well, with a ;ocord of 10 3-5s.,ond wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 November 1887

IK-'' . TnE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1887. I fatfAT FrFTII INSPECTOR. aavBssBssV' K I BTKE FIGHT FOR THE EXTRA ELECTION Hr OFFICER 1IEF0RE A REFEREE. HgLj Henry (Ictrim nnd Clmlrmnn Mc.llnrkln HrT '! Drserlbe the Formntlon of the trailed X-,, Labor Parly Their Claim Contested by Kf '. Ihn Progressives Donbt'if n Drclslon will Br bo II curbed Ileforc Klrctlon liny. HtfA Did tho United Labor imrty cntf. llio votes H' for Henry Ucorjje, or 50,000 of tlieni, lat fall ? Ksf'OrDld tho ProgrcRHivo Labor imrty cant HJL tcnt? Or van Irvine Hall tho imrty which K$ 'almost carried Henry Gcorfio to vie H. lory? Does tho name "Unjtod Labor" now K' 'awmnicd by tho supporters of Henry Goorgo Hp' pass to them by inheritanco and. along with HL it tho right to ho represented in each of tho E 612 boards of inspectors of election in this Kl, city? H) Theso woro points on which Francis L. Htet K' .son heard testimony at his William htront HkLou1co io-day, by order of Judgo Van llrunt, Bf- a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 November 1887

IB &: 'ifA !HH TTTTTfYfcT IHff it dHraSMUc WOTi All I fl TRIITTION" 9 ! ''U PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TIIURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1837. PRICE ONE CEN gj ' TRACING LABOR PEDIGREES. CLAIM OP THE PROGRESSIVES TO THE i FIFTH ELECTION INSPECTOR, Jingo Vogt Admit thai lie lielongra to United Labor Party Sinn Until After the ' Byraease Convention Lawyer WuUrninn ( Aeetued ef Trying to Delay the Proceed ing Uot Ward Flying Between Couneel i 23 jT EF0RE Roforcc Fran- lt'VvJ Irf 's Stetson tho hear- ' (jTt1" of !! ing in the controversy 'sSL-Jo IvJ "Cording tho fifth In- A spector of Election T was continued this ,S morning. The contest Y -oTSSSS? was narrowed down to W I El6 Wm5w' ono between tho OVlJWATO United Labor and tho I ffi '"" "ly Progressive Labor por- I 1U' t'es by the withdrawal ljT3aiiof their claims by tho gl yl r, j p.. ... Irving Hall party, l) 14 Jl l 7 Yiesterday the first Rj Ipl )ed I ef.L named party put in yH5 5v evidence. Thaddens -lSRt' B. Wakeman. of the Progressives, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 November 1887

Hi THE EVENING WORLD:' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1887.' . WWUy.. -- - - .1 " ''- . litjettta WML ( JHA4yleTMlNrtV, glTJIUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. pmSKCMirXZOir (Inclndina Pottage), . "jaxBxa, sdc'rxn nun, $3.00. THE OCTOBER RECORD. "fetal number of "World printed daring Math of October, 1887, 3,479,330. AVERAGE PEB DAT FOB TUB ENTIRE 9TH, 173 9 526 Copies. 'Oetober circulation during the past tit yeart mtparedi mstobsr, 1880 981,080 Coplet Mover. 1883 1,303,000 Copies Jober,1884 3.S0IUV01 CopUt mjtoatr, 1883 4,007,470 Copltl tebr,lB80..,. 0,387,100 Coplss mteer,188T 8,470,330 Copies t, ADVERTISING RATK9. r ( AcaU H eaeurement. ) SiULtT, 80 cents per line. No extra prlee for a table display. B catena or BpeeUl Ifotleee, opposite Merlal page, 00 eente per line. Reedlnc Ifotleee, weed or merited "Advt."i First pace, 81.00 per mi rVntli pate, 81,115 per llnoi Inside pate, 81 W r ttuntufir adrtrllrtmf In Me .Pally WoKLDdVmetqp DJlktXttmlm4Un4. Ntt da U ratal e UaMua Ay la AaJlarnUg ZdtiUm. j he. p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 November 1887

' wzzzl 'zzawz . - -- - -THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1887. 11 rH JIESSEKQER NO. 1222 CALLS ON MES. CLEVELAND IN WASHINGTON. ('The Illhrt nidder" Produced at tlio No tional Theatre Kate C'laxton Gets tlie night to a Particularly AgonlzJnar IHelo. ilrnma The Htralneil Itnlntlonsj Betnreen' Water-Tonka Ilnppy Mr, Pond. tesMC? HAT DistrJct messon ftjjKTNvif? cor boy, No. 1,222, who fB&fR Wr took tho Highest lltOTdLlMilr Biddor" ronvoulr to H m - 'tJ fJOMtvA mTi J-K)non' has bo en Biii'ii 'yHgdcored himself to the wW"! I VvY Lyceum Thcotro man Sni vw Bomont that he is now xkuf iVaovK 2 H'n thoir employ. At t&L Nn W M Washington on Jlon tt ANeA iK day ho was told to tfSgikm&ryr carry a souvenir to jr"""T3S$8$ President Cleveland, iWly,yYrr( riid ttti no account to Ip62?s?iNv rotnrn nntH is m'8- VuISSaWlii )VV B'on ktt( heen nccom JJTfwSt5&pliBbcd. Tho irre Ss pressible Sangor that Jsjhls name started for tho White House, by no means daunted. He nrrived there i...

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. — 3 November 1887

Ks I jlVr frHE EVENING WORLD. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1887. , I an!v 4. i - - - -- -i a . - w - - . . H ttt I - AN BTCHNEEB'B LOT. B ' Bifid lif nlalraie Hi I Aur, It Vrleiy H knd lta Ffttclnntlon. B' Vw, li. lnu raM.l Ki P'W people re-lze the adrentarau nttare of an HK ' eagloeet'i Ufa. There not one o f th em woo hat K rt been on tte rod nj length of time bot bai come Rri tale of adrentnre to relate, eome experience which K , would be loni and Tlrtdly remembered by the fol- KM t lower ot lew danfteroni oalllngi- So oommon, HL towerer, are tone b6cnrrencei In the life of the Hfrf loiu-Otlre engineer that he aeldom referi to them HKv and almost wondere how the; can tie of tntqreit to K'?, othcrt. Somettmee the bora regard theio little In- Hf' oldente ae amuelns when nobody uappcm to be K& hurt. An ensineer laat evening was entertaining K&l 4 group at the l'almer Uouio with an Hfeli, aocount of one of II. E. Wllla'a Ortt Bb tttof. He wu nrlng along with bli t enirtn near Counci...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 November 1887

I 0 O'CLOCK :S ;" 6 O'CLOCK 1 4 EXTRA. Jj JBIttm M&mW 1 EXTRA. 1 1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1887- PRICE ONE CENT, HW . ... . V tfjlggggggggggg EARNING THEIR FEED. i A Spring-Like Day ft) Racing: at Ivy City and Guttonburg. National Jockey Clnb Getting Square on Last Week' Rain and Fog. The Hum In Tom Won by Choctaw, Vavr Kins Crab, Vosbnrg; mod Will Davis The Lt Named Bidden by New Owner, Charley Pest McLaughlin Ride Two Winner ta Garrison's One The Score. JdeiJ. R. Kuy, O. O. Grwn and SUpworth Gor don. ilw F. M. Dnner and W. F, Burch, rrfary !' D. Mclntjra. farl-J. F. 0ldwfl. Israelii to Tin iniina wobxd. Ivt Crrr Back Tbaok, Washington, D. 0., Not. 8. The racing is being continued to day, with the moat delightful weather of the meeting. The air is warm and balmy and overcoats are at n discount. In fact, the weather is so lovely that thero 1b already some ' talk of continuing the meeting for a few days next week. Tho track is in fine condition, and with t...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 November 1887

Hl-$WV' THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, IW. . - Hosing If nU. H THURSDAY, NOVEMBER a KK't7B5CJPXJOA' (Jnetud.rtff Fostagt), Kmxruobtb, soci psn year, $s.bo. Hpf THE OCTOBER RECORD. Rfi Total nnmber of "Worlds" printed daring Hj?e aioaUi of Oclobert 188T, 8, -"79 , 3SO. Hk AVKEAQE TEU DAT FOB THB ENTIRE Hp273,526 Copies. HjW"tetoor circulation during the past tit yean Kf S6As?sTVcfx HijOrtetcr, J80 081,0110 Copies Eomtir, Ia 1,309,000 Copies nLW!tfe4br, 3.B0U.9O1 Copttt POST, MSB 4,007,470 Copies br,lB80 0.097,150 Coplf Qr,1887 8,47080 Coplf Hf ADVERTISING RATES. Hkrfi (AitsMsnmnnt.) Hg OrAbuir, Stt null par Una. Htiitn price forM- HeatabltaUplay. Bostnaasor Special IfotlMa, oppoalu BB- Material pat. AO etnU par lint. lUadloa- Notions, Ttfund or markad "Adrt."i lint pa-s, B1.00 pr afclsMI Fourth pact, Sl.lia pw lint i Ioild pa, SI Kfc. , MPX rtUtfor oaWf Maf in la itaUy Woau do wl JMrbttiAMliiiliiu. jrr da Us ralss Uaiii KnjblttJIniiv MM. B&, KB- FO&TB DUTY. KTha Lab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 November 1887

THE EVTlNTNG WORLD: THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1887. r sV !$ THEATRE TALK AND DOINGS. HESSMQEB NO. 1222 OALLB ON HB3. OLBTELAND IN WABmNOTON. fifThe Illghest Didder" Produced at the Na tltnal Theatre Kate Cloxton Get the Bight to a Particularly Agonizing lUelo. drama The Strained Relation Itetween Water-Tonka Happy Air. Fond. .. fa IIAT District messcn- tBBRSf gorboy, No. 1.222. who TaSfm1 vwrw t00k tho "nBhoBt I iJlfium A Milkp Bidder" souvenir to jS, .uiC dearod himself to tho UK". N8 Lyceum Theatro man ftWvfl vV vw agomont that ho is now -?M I TiV( Jw Washington on Mon- f f ySZZJ J day ho was told to mSfoX carry a souvenir to wJrjjSft President Cleveland, PiftAr vPiT- u'd on no account to ttJktf&knlSt return until his mis- SumHMkZJx on ua(i oeon Mcom. (JB'" ,yyKJ2RpllBhod. Tho lrre Sser presslblo Sanger that lajhls name started for the White House, by no means daunted. He arrived there in due course, and passed two servants quito suc cessfully. At last ho camo to a colored man, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 November 1887

fe'f' ' M- . THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1887. 1 IB. ALTMAN & CO., m I8TH ST., I9TH ST, AND 6TH AVE,, Hit ? (I8TH STREET 8TATI0N ELEVATED ROAD,) Br are now offering Furs and Fur Garments, jBia the most fashionable shapes in Sealskin Baad Puff-Lined Garments, all of the finest grades, at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES, Hei? m n fine mn seal mmm, tin nil WMt 54 and 56 inches long, () 1 1 U i II U i RINE ALASKA SEAL WRAPS, (MR If R Deep Sable Trimmings, (jjUUiUU B Alaska Seal Sacques, 40 inch, $ 1 25.00. Alaska Seal Sacques, 43 inch, $ 1 50,00. Also a complete line of Muffs, Boas and Trimming HkOFurSj In all the choice furs worn this season. BjLOAKINGS AND BLACK DRESS GOODS. K We are showing a great variety of Cloakings, in ex Kclusive designs, at from $3.00 to $10.00 per yard. HP Also a large stock of the most popular Black Dress Fabrics at SPECIAL PRICES, including All-Wool Black Serges, at 38c. Per Yard, line Black Camel's Hair Cheviots, at 49c. Per Yard. Housekeeping Linens ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 November 1887

' TiART - f Aot 1 M PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1887. PRICE ONECENT. 11 TRACING LABOR PEDIGREES. ' CLAIM OP THE PROGRESSIVES TO THE FIFTH ELECTION INSPECTOR, Jnco Tout Admltii that lie Belonged to United Labor Party 3Inn Until After the Byrncnae Convention Lawyer Wakeman Accused of Trying to. Delay tfae Proceed Ing Uot Words Firing Between Counsel 23 Y EFORE ReforeoFrnn. ilT T iLJy clsli. Stetson thohear- llTt"""'Ilf Bai 'nB 'n ae ontrTorsy SAlJ ffiU If 1 regarding thd fifth In mr spoctor of Election T was continued this Kj ' morning. The contest (lVx jc?$!&3 vos aarrowod down to U J jMWW1 ono between tho vvYTyyxyj'W United Labor and the I Hfo Mr lW Progressive Labor par. I ss j t'cs by- tho withdrawal tjX" ' i nf their claims by tho BPTrn-j p.. Irving Hall party. fllJf 11 )0 Yesterday tho first- n rll l(f'Rh nnmo Vtty put in Jl - y y evidence. Thaddous :t0 r B. Wakemnn, of tho Progressives, opened for that party and Stated that ho would show that Qcorgo was ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 November 1887

Hp :jtf. THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1887. . , m , ; TUB K K' THURSDAY. NOVEMBER a Hr K;'V BVBSCHIPXION (Including Postage), H' rxRMoxTn, 30a rsn ysaii, $3.50. K- v THE OCTOBER RECORD. B's Total number of "Worlds" printed darln Hl t month of October, 188T, B 8. 479 , 330. H AVERAGE FEU DAT FOR THE ENTIRE Ky MONTH, B 273,526 Copies. Hk, HgP' October circulation during the past six year HK' eempared: Mlf 7 ' Oef after, JS 091,0110 Copies fr Oelber,1883 l,30g,000 Copies KV oetbr,ias4 a.aoii.aoi copies mk;. October, MSB 4,007,470 Copies 1 0tobr, 3880 0,397,180 Copies Mfa October, 3887..... 8,470,330 Copies H&'"' ADVERTISING RATES. Hp1 ij (AnUUunnmwt,) Kt Ordinary, SB eaata per line. Noaitra prlM tor to Mftv.oepUbladUrplaj. Bnaliiaaaor Spaelal Notion, oppoalta Hw BdHorUl pa, SO eanta per Una. Raiding Notloaa, Hr& atarrad or marked "Adrt."i First paca, 81. SO ptr HtvIbMl iroartb ptn Hi. HO ptr 11m I Inalda paa, SI HjgV ' 'tt mfor adttrlMm a Vtt Dalit WORLD da a .1 u. 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. — 3 November 1887

THE EVENING WORLD: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1887. " ""'!,' ! H f THEATRE TALK AM) DOINGS. UESSENGER NO. 1222 CALLS ON HEa CLEVELAND IN WASHINGTON. pi The Wrfbeaf nidder" Produced at tbe Na tional Theatre Kate Claxton Get. the Right to a Particularly Agontrlnx; IH.Io drama Tlie Htralned Relation Between Wstfer-Tsuik. Happy Air. Fond. - HAT District messen. 4RvCT?tI(? gcr hoy. No. 1,222. who gK$-V H toolt tho "Highest I lBTOpSwMJllr Didder" souvenir to tt mJWaVaVtjAn'i? London, has bo en. V- MJfSiaqar deared himself to the J&UK J ' y0 Lyceum Theatre man- wul ? Wvk aCment that he is now AM IfflW Wn their emPloy' At t5J fill ffl Washington on Mon- tt AAeff IA yifJ day ho was told to pS&S-m&ffi carry a souvenir to WSrfSxjA President Cleveland, M"A$JKy$SL and on no account to yE$QBLfe&jX Bion had been occom 0flrV02vaftplished. Tho irre. 5sgs pressible Songor thai lathis name started for tho Whito House, by no means daunted. He arrived there in duo course, and passed two serva...

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. — 3 November 1887

f sifw - ' , THE EVENING WORLD j THURSDAY, JTOVEMBER 3, 1887. 1" pi sssK ..? " - ' I B. ALTMAN & CO., B' , I8TH ST 19TH ST. AND 6TH AVE., H7 (I8TH STREET STATION ELEVATED ROAD,) ME?' are now offering to and Fur Garments, EMn the most fashionable shapes in Sealskin BBiiuid Fur-Lined Garments all of the finest KWdes, at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES, Ktolhding BlNE ALASKA SEAL DOLMANS, OM ff Hl , ( 54 and 50 inches long-, IjJll UiUUi KFINE ALASKA SEAL WRAPS, (flQ jf WEf ' Deop Sablo Trimmings, (jjUUiUu Alaska Seal Sacques, 40 inch, $ 1 26.00. Alaska Seal Sacques, 43 inch, $ 1 50.00. Bra Also a complete line of Muffs, Boas and Trimming K'tfurs, in all the choice furs worn this season. I (MAKINGS AND BLACK DRESS GOODS. K We are showing a great variety of Cloakings, in ex Kluslve designs, at from $3.00 to $10.00 per yard. Kp Also a large stock of the most popular Black Dress K: Fabrics at SPECIAL PRICES, including Bf All-Wool Black Serges, at 38c. Per Yard, BfFinl Black Camel's Hair Cheviots,...

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