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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 November 1887

I T.ART 1 SS ' I LAST "Pj i i 1 1 A ''-r! PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1837. PRICE ONE CENT. '4H BELLOWS BEGS FROM TWEED. AJTO THE KING OP BOSS B00DLER8 GAVE HHI A CHECK FOE $523, WB7 WAB TEE CALL FOB MOJTBY BO BBADILT EE8P0HDBD TO 7 JV Degging Letter Written by Fellows to Tweed tbo May After the Jnry Dis agreed Which Tried Tweed for Plunder Ins the City "I Hnvo Not llecelved Anything from the Gentlemen lief erred, to and Am Badly Fixed," Bays John R. In nil Appeal for " Recognition "now (Ian Mayor Hewitt Hagar Coat This Utile Transaction of Ills Protege f ItVtm Tb-rtoy1 Jftv Tors Itmo.) ' The originals of the tiro significant and Interest- ! Ing letters which follow aro In the pouesilonof ,; the editor of the Times. They were written by Col. John R. Fellows to Yllllam M. Tweed tho - dty alter tho disagreement of the Jary which had been trying the boss for plundering tho city, when, If ever, he matt havo felt grateful to whomsoever, no matter how little, had helped ...

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. — 4 November 1887

B ;. THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887. j Stoning WmlL iRv BPvK lIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. K, Kt'tntOBXPXZOir (Including Postage), IH&is'JM MOUTH; 30c.i rsn YEAIt, $3.60. WWW B'(:' ' ' THE OCTOBER RECORD. Ketal nnbtr f "Wevlde'' minted dorlne; HRfaie sate f October, lBSTt e, 479 , S30. MHr -.. ATXRAOB FSB DAT FOR THE KNTUIE Hf273,526 Copies. Mfc. V Oeteoer drcuIaUon during (to pari fce years HGitfW, JM9 01,680 Copies JKWoiober, 1883 1,309,000 Copies HWeteoer, 1IM 3.8011,301 Copies KMttW.JMI 4,007,470 Copies ftVefeber, 1880 0.397,110 Copies m?Hbtr,J887 8,470,330 Copies BR r HgjV ADVERTISING RATES. He. v (Agate MsasarenMnt.) ttBHSrv Rl Oribat;, BO etnts per lias. No extra price forte- Kr MPtaM display. BoHoou or Bpeolal Notion, opposite HKJWKortal pace. 00 craU pot lln.. Besdlns Notices, KWni or marked "Adv."i First m B1.0O (wr ft Imi rmrtb pace, 91.US per Unsi Inside ps, 81 Ef. eAwrtWuftii M. DatttlfoWD 4Hmp HKJ4yItiUXMattu. Hot in M. ralw IAe4wM ;; wmn)BAwrBL)W8i MjsVWlU the D...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 November 1887

r ' . vv.f,: tact '. f ffiH (SOCIETY AFFAIRS IN BRIEF. jjffi, BAILIES AND MIS3 WILLETS MAR RIED WITn QUAKER CEREMONIES. .2x.rretldent Tyler Widow Ylsltlntr In ThU City Bomo Announcement of Una-age. menu and Weddln A New Bnbstltnte for the KafTee ICIntseh Tbo Tableaux Ylvanta at Tuxedo till livening-. . yjt ESIDE8 other wed- fi? j( lffc dings this week a very 71 aj IB pretty one took place TpJ. ll'LJon Wednesday evening jTtcR' V at 8.30 o'olook at the jfftlvTOWft homo of the brido's Qjj-f k w fjivSpftronta. Mr. and Mrs. pflfl f XMD11'018' 610 East gn pO. Ft fEighty.flf th stroet. Mr. $PtJLs I Wn? Ohorlos Bayllos and 3( rtffir m1bs Emma Willeta 3vfi rz?A wre nmrri("i 'n - 7l nfft cordanco with tho coro 7l fifct C mony required by the JJpfcfozJs Society of Friends, of jwhioh both nro well- X fVK3aown members. The ivvs 'tsJJJDride wore whito faillo Francaiso, with train the corsage and trimming of point lace and orange blossoms and tulle veil. Bho carried white roses and orange blossoms...

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. — 4 November 1887

KltePIE FOR FELLOWS. 'W DEALERS CHIP IN 930,000 TO nELF Kg r BOSS POWER OUT. HgN ! Money Fart of the Food Baked to Carry Ky("( doM XiegUlatlTe Dletrleta To be Verdln $,4 TM Cltr to 8ve the Do' Tlrket K" Y T 8&1ea.Keepera Told They Will be "Pro. Bf$f teeted" If Fellows la Illected. HC&f The liquor dooleraof this t city havo o po BK:' iltleftl, protecUte nnd legislative association BoiWhtab hu a membership of over throe BKfy thousand. Thero in ft central organlzAtlon H conneoted with It aro twenty' four As Hr efflbly District associations. mt$$;Tb control body U always represented nt Ki'Albany dnring tho winter by n committee, MW''100 duty it is to watoh legislation affecting Hvitbeir interests. The Democratic party is in BfMOtd as favoring " tho onnctmont of Just, Hwn.friM and oqnltablo excise laws," and its IHvftipfesentaUvosbavo ever opposed tho passago kv'; arbitrary and pnrltanloal laws. For tho K'pwi few years, howover, tho Liquor Doalors' BpS Association has taken an ao...

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. — 4 November 1887

, -n . , -7" ' I 6 O'CLOCK ySWS I 6 O'CLOCK 9 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. 'tfM , I .v- ; FELLOWS BEGS FROM TWEED. i J AND THE KINO OP BOSS BOODLMB GAVE I1IM A CHECK FOR 1523. 'i W H T WAS THB CALL FOB HOBBY 80 READILY ; EE8P0HDED TO ? (, ,i Two Besaina; Letter Written by Fellows ts Tweed the Day After the Jury Dis agreed Which Tried Tweed for Plundering- the City "I nave Not Reoclred Anything from the Gentlemen Referred to and Am Badly Fixed," Bays John It, In till Appeal for " Recognition " How Can Mayor Hewitt Sugar -Coat This Utile Transaction of Dli Protege J Itytm to-Day'l ITnt TTw If ..) I The original! of the two significant and Interest ing letters which follow are In the poueiilon ot , the editor of the Timet. They were written by Col. John R. Fellows to William M. Tweed the '; day after the disagreement of the Jury which had been trying the bogs for plundering the city, when, If ever, he mutt have felt grateful to whomsoever, ' no ma...

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. — 4 November 1887

Et V THE EVENING WORLD; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887. Ril,. VRIDAT. NOVEMBER 4. KkMVBBOtUPIZOir (Including Pottage), KJEB MONTH, 30ct PER YXAIl, $3.50. Wg THE OCTOBER RECORD. HrF ? tramoer cf "World" printed dnrlasj KW sanata of October, 1BBT. MB, 479 , 330. HAVltRAaB PER DAT FOB THB ENTIEB B?273B526 Copies. n WfmrOotober circulation during the past si ytart Kjfetobor. 1889 ... .. 081,030 Copies HMttir IMI 1,809,000 Copies Bettor iSSn S.BOtf.SOl Copies etor, JSSo". .... 4,007,470 Copies HMtirl3l"'---" 0,397,110 Cop l4i nfcrfetor, 2117 8,470,390 Copies K'i Hft ADVEUTISING RATKS. K' (.AseUMsannrwnont.) HTwAawh BA etnU pr lint. ffoeitra pile foree Bnsftoblo display, Bosinossor 8pcUl NotloM, oppoett HSMHerUl pag. BO eonts pr line. IUadlof NotloM, knl or marked "Adrt.'! Fin pot. 81.00 par nhl Fourth pa, 8l.s3 per 11ns Iiuld pat, 81 KfesrKsa. HbfM rarfMjtr arfMriMta ov TTomu 4. aay BsMawii . JTse do M. roJM iWIhh Hn"1 WTIHDBAWFBLLOWBt MRwJUitoDefflocradornlsTrianagcrs withdraw Bwtowsnowr HEfH...

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. — 4 November 1887

THE EVENING WORLD. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1R87. ' 1H SOCIETY APFAHIS IN BRIEF. JIB, BATHES AND JOBS WILIETB MAR RIED WITH QUAKER CEREMONIES. Ex.rrMtdent Tjler Widow Visiting In This City Borne Announcements of Encngte. menu and Woddlna; A New Substitute for the Knffte Klateeh The Tableaux Tlvnnto at Tuxedo thU Evening. jj, . ES1DES other wed- tfcfif y W dings this wook a Tory t.(tt W' pretty one took placo SflV 0'y5yB Wednesday evening 1$kK V ftt 8-80 o'elook at the rallOj JvflL homo of tho brido'o aSw k 'fv iJjjParsnB' r ftn rs 3JJr AM$flVVillots' 610 EnBt J3j &y IlMOl (Etehty-flf th street. Mr. wt' I I TW Charles Baylies and 3fflN- Ky Miss Emma Wallets 3t! ITTffA woro mftrr'0 'n tA hi'r oordanco with tho oore iX C. mony roquirod by tho "a5!c'NA? Sooiety of Friends, of jt2&$Lavaja whioh both are woll- VfiNJv2'al0W11 momDora' Tho AVV"7vig5krldo 'woro TfMto faillo Francaise, with traim the corsage and trimming of point lace and orange blossoms and tulle veil. Bho carried 'white ...

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. — 4 November 1887

Hfe: " 4 "" TIIE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887. y .'MORE BOODLE FOR FELLOWS. aLB&3 B& ' R" BQTO8 DEALERS CHIP IN 930,000 TO HELP Bg boss rowts out. awaK'r HP 11m M oner Part of the Fund Halved te Curry B Clos. Legislative DltrlctsT. be Vl la BK , Thl CI tr te Mar the Bees.' Ticket Kt 8al.ewK.eper Told Thar Will be "Fro- Hf- tfrted IT Fellow la Elected. -. The liquor dealers of this city hare po- H UUeal, proteotire and ltfdtlatlTB Rsaoclatlon H$( which hoi ft membership of over three Hgtt 'tfe aand. There is a central organization H, td connected trith it ore twenty, four A H&jt sembly Dictrlct associations. K The central body ia always represented at wBu Albany during the winter by a committee, Hr , "whose duty it it to watch legislation affecting Hkf their Interests. The Democratic party la in KF record m favoring " the enactment of Just, B wise and equitable ezcito laws," and 1U K 1 representatives havo ever ooposed the passage H&-' of arbitrary and puri...

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. — 4 November 1887

f " 14 '' " '"" ' '" ' ' ' " " -' ' ' -- -- 1 . . - ,..,,..,,,. 1 - .,, "',"," TTTT, .'"'"' " T '- - rr """ '' . ..,. M....,.,.. "TTS'uBB PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1837. PRICE ONE CENT. PkM ' FELLOWS BEGS FK'OM TWEED. 1 1 I AND THE KINO OP BOSS BOODLERS GAVE,' IiraA0nECKF0R$523. III !! t NOT A LOAN, BUT PART PAYMENT j FOR "VALUABLE SERVICES.". I ' i Two Bejrslnjr I.etter Written by 'iFellovra to Tweed tlio Day Alter the JJnry DIs- , agreed Which Tried Tweed forPlnnder- ' Inn the City "I Have Not Ttecelved I Anything from the Gentlemen Referred to and Am IJailly Fixed," Maya John II. In Hie Appeal for " Recognition " How Can Mayor Hewitt Ragar-Coat This Lit tie Transaction of II In Protegof I IFrom TeZ)ayU JVe York TYmrt. Ttie originals of too two significant and Interest ing letters which follow are In the possession of , tho editor of the Times. They were written by Col. John It. Fellows to William M. Tweed tho, day after tho disagreement of the Jar; which had b...

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. — 4 November 1887

H ; ''' w Hi ' I H,- THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887. . 1 HfijJ' - ... i taw. s-Bta-i i t--tatttt-tp. 1 BRj TUB Bfrtvisg' WmU. Hk ,titttiiTrturnMto. aBasa-Kn Kv -.FRIDAY, NOVEMBEB 4. pr ftrraC.BXrX.rO.W neruinr Poilage), mim MONTH, SOc.l FSB TEAR, $3.50. kIv.1. - Hp THE OCTOBER RECORD. Hri Kfald nnsaber of "Worlds' printed drlnr HUjtMidi cf October, 188T, g, 479 , 380. HVXRAGB PER DAT FOR THE ENTHtE 273,526 Copies. Idetootr cfreulatton during Cm pail six jear Hr2or,8S9 081,080 Copies meohtr,3B83 3,309,000 Copies mitobtr, 1884 3,0h,901 Copies Mtbr,lH8B 4,007,470 Copies Kteber, 1880 0.387,110 Copies beeper, JSS7 8,470,330 Copies K' . KX ADVEBTISING RATES. M&Si (Actio Meaeuiement. ) EAfm try, 80 Htti pr line. No extra prloo for ee HMisbla display. eBotlneee or BpooUl If otloee, opposite HEnterUl pace, O cento per line. Routine: Nolle s, Kerred or marked "Adrt."l Flnt pace. 81.80 per HLl Fourth pace, V1..5 par line) Inild pace, 81 ui rnlafor ad.mUlng Ix IU .Dally WoBLD d...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 4 November 1887

' s ' ' H" tsaafll J: iBBBBB BBB9B1 THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887. J :S SOCIETY AFFAIRS IN-BRIEFr . jm, BATHES AND MIB8 WILLETS MAB- bied with qoacer' ceremonies, Ex-President Trier's Widow Visiting-, in This City Some Announcements of Encase mente anil Wedding; A New Substitute for the KuiTee Klatseh The Tableaux YlvnnU at Tuxedo thin BtcoIdb. j. , ESIDE8 other wed- tffljfr f 1l Hngs this week n very TjT &&& pretty one took place lx V t 8.80 o'olock at the JrfTJVWal'l'VasV homo ' no brido's hSb 4 St jJFAparonts. Mr. and Mrs. gflr AMflLiwillots' B1 Enst 3j Zy fill lE,ehtyflfth street. Mr. 3Z I Ttn? Charles Doylies and Zytf-S Cj-iiy Miss Einmrt Wlllcte AW nfr cordanco with tho coro 7l fin C mony required by the itM363bJrs A?' Society ' Friends, of ffiJffilrffjLhsJ; which both axe well. Ms3?Vknown numbers. The JCC'epJbrido wore whito faille Francaiso, with train tho corsago and trimming of point laco and orango blossoms and tullo veil. Sho carried white roses...

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. — 4 November 1887

K . '''! Ki i ;V SJtc J- HBip '4 ' ' THE EVENING WORLD: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887. m f'I -.fi - i . Rfr '- IDEA8 OF HEAVEN. Pf None Yalhntln, (tin Kly.tnn Fields of the VS- " tfreek and lhf Mohammedan rnmdlac v?l Ep. fflHtia rt.l Hjif-1 Bona of the earlier conception! of heaven In Efcj volred mneh thai M mnscnlsr, eross, beefy. Ec?-"' Vs-lhalU waa a speelta of bcCT-Rrrien on an Im Ky jaenie scale. When the Nome hero had slain hla ''ecorraor hundreds, and was himself slaughtered E" XJ aotne other Norseman, hla aool went at once to KV -Valhalla. Here, In company with other souls HfcF whose bodlca 'in life had performed ureal fcata In E Hewing hnman flesh with airords and mangling it B&P With btndgcobs and battle-axes, he engsged In HwK perpetual carousals with Thor or Odin, who ora Hk dated m the host. HHStf In hla kellar the attendant enp-bcarcra were, aa HB ln the modern concert saloon, charming young Hj women, who responded with smiles and alacrity to Bk)J . the aemanus for drr'...

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. — 5 November 1887

PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. ROASTED IN THEIR STALLS. TWENTY HORSES BURNED TO DEATH IN WEST FORTI-EIGirni STREET. j Stable Containing Fifty Horse. Takes Fire from Spontaneous Combustion Thirty Horses Saved and the lint Suffocated and Darned Forty Carriages lu tho Second liOtt Destroyed Funic In a Tenement. , . 1 Tt EVEEAL horses, ' Wjjo C$iS y twonty it is claimed, ID D 0 ( Jv V wcro burned ""d BU 1 1 1 0 I ttKjjfa J focated to death early (HOD pw this tnorning in tho I ID 0 1 mliV underground sUHb of Msjujjijj! ))J) Edward Riley's board. tblfcvnrtJ Pif ins nnd livory,BtnWo. Vr, , v "5J 318 and 320 West Forty. M$fY eighth street, which "fa. rfvi unexplained causo and 7 xjfc(i'tji vrn'on uas almost R wrnslKffi' wholly dobtroyed, rQTlTT eSartrr? At 11 o'clock last I firtKlw night Itiloy left tho jMkwjKJzSfi stahlo in chnrgo of 'YITJrjJr' Night-watchman Geo. Brown, and an hour latorateaut'was driven out by,one of tho reenter Mitblors. At 1.15 o'...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 November 1887

JrVWPrWfc.ya'TwayTJHtt. IF ' -H ff ' THE EVENmxa .WORLD tr SATi;RPAYfSJaVEflIBER;Arl887,.TTm I Rl'' ' TUB plotting WmlL H&r SATURDAY, NOVEMBER G. Btf, BVDSOnirXION (Including Pottage), fMjER MONTH, 30c.l PER YEAR, $3.00, U THE OCTOBER RECORD. mm Total number of "Worlds" printed darln ml 'the month of October, 1887, 1 0, 479 , 830. j; average ran day for the entire stmontu, fj 273, 526 Copies. Bi October circulation during Ihe pott tix year K? October, 1892 f1,0llO Coplet MX' October, 1883 1,802,0(10 Copies W$ October, 1884 a.notifgol Copies Met' October, 1883 4,007,47(1 Copies MM October, 1880 0,397,1110 Copies jnOefober, 1887 8,470,330 Coplei Iw ADVERTISING RATES. Ktff (Arsta Measurement.) 5$ Ordinary, 2A cents pr lint No eitra prios for oe- Kip?i reptable display. Basinets or Special Notion, opposite Kff Kdltorlsl pace, fit) cents per line. IUadloa Notices, Elj'lUmil or marked "Adrt.": First pae, ai.oO per Esj'linet Fourth pace, Sl.lifi per llnei Inside pace, 81 m!t perlloe, f...

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. — 5 November 1887

S-BH JexexextKei I SPORTS IN DOORS AM) OUT. f POME FONTS ABOUT BrAREINO AND BPARRING LESSONS. Jjlaht to Fifteen Minute Abont nil a Strong rnpll Can Htamt Fifty-live Gnnic In tbe Handicap Illlllard Tonrnnment at CblcaTO A Mold Wnteb for Wnlkcr F. A. Ware Will there be nn International Match f fPAHRING lessons, as n sort of gcutlo oxor ciso moro interesting than punohlng a bag, may bo taken a half an hont at a tirao, but for proficlcnoy and ef fectiveness in tbo art from eight to fifteen minutes is all n strong pupil ovon can, Btand. & JL Most pupils want to "ly VS'figis day, and most boxing "i Zi5yJiw? teachors try to teach d S?i. i many movements. AfL L Th"0 aro but a hnlf a IJ JsS J I jozon or so effective blows and stops, although numberless com binations of feints, hits and parries, to say nothing of "draws" and "stops," may bo tried. Ono thing at a lesson and two or three reviews at that is tho best way to turn out accomplished novicos and for pupils to bocomo experts. Learn...

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. — 5 November 1887

ff' 4 THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. : ' aaaaaB!' !l . . . I ' a K' NOTTnEMANFORTIIErUCE. K& MBUO OPINION SETTING STRONGLY Hf AGAINST COL. FELLOWS. K ' .A "Weleher" and a 1'rlenn or flow B?' Tweed' Not Wanted In Ilia District. At Bp terney' Offloe Excuse Considered Itldlr H3 alone Proof Everywhere, of Nicoll' BaT GroTrins Strength To-Night' Rally. UK:'' Kr fy "W OTHINO on eiirth can Hi ZiBk1 l now B'0'' l'ie cyc'no KL b4 n of popular indi(;nrition HfH T ! rJl'ei I 0Ter t'10 nttfliupt ot B& orTvK i - osfl owcr nni' Ul ppVt IXx vAkxW I'ollco Justices' rlnj? Bf i v inwiHi to foro col J R" Fci" KN JmxJM '0WB 'nto tho olmir of H , & K District-Attorney Mnr- ua n S?Til "U0, 'l0 Rtornl cloud uoibK vIvlW kroke yesterday witli uaflKg- I ll 'I re orr'uo force after tbo vf Iffnilh wohtionaothoxtCoL Hr . jd$J Fellows borrowed Hk,' s Jg& money from Tweed ppKp v n I nm' l''cn'e,l the rhiii- HHL JrjJ Whip; not to avoid pity. Q6 CsLr "f ment of n dolit. Hct;- H,T'" d...

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. — 5 November 1887

M.ffiFffsMffigritF, H i uitnaaal BBS .InBBBBl I DON'T MI88 THE I1 W DON'T MISS THE II ?fl SUNDAY WORLD! pt if .Wi WW SUNDAY WORLD! fl j A Nowspapor and I Magazine fflZMJ lA-A iffe TtW "n ffli rtfc 1 1 A NowPapor and Magazine 9 See Partial Ziat of Special (III - Ji 11 Cliikif (II Ol L llJl ) L 1 Hi I See J-a-rUalPat of Special M ' JTeafm-cfl Elsewhere. Ng LW 'JMErJEHK ST M Nf' l i Matures JElaewherc. fj , 9 PRICE ONE CENT. WEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT U i -ilfl ROASTED IN TIIEIR STILLS. i m ) TWENTY nORSES BURNED TO DEATH DJ WEST F0RTM3GHT1I STREET. A Stable Containing Fifty Horses Takes Fire from Spontaneous Combustion Thirty Horses Saved and the Kest Suffocated and Darned Forty Carriages In the Second liotl Destroyed Panic in a Tenement. Twenty horses were Irarnod and ouffocatod to death early this morning in tho under ground stalls of Edward lUley's boarding end livery stablo, 318 and 320 West Forty- t eighth stroot, which caught flro from an un- I explaine...

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. — 5 November 1887

BalMMHIHMHaHKlffiBB PN 1 B''; 9 THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. w ii tv TnB (S vising Itetl Bff SATURDAY, NOVEMBER C. HEc BXmBCJtIPXXOlT (Including Postage), H$ PEIl MONTH, 30c.t FER YEAR, $3.50, B THE OCTOBER RECORD) Bf, TtI nomber of "Wria" printed derinr Hft tho month of October, 1887s ; 8,479,330. K ATZRAOB FEB SAT TOR THE ENTIRE B , MONTH, m 273,526 Copies. Kr October circulation during the past ilx years WKt' compared: Kvi. October, 1889 081,080 Copies V-x October, 188a 1,803,000 Copltt B'v October, 1884 S.BOli.aOl Copltt H October, 1888 4,007,470 Copltt mr October, 3880 0,387,180 Copltt K. October, 1887 8,470,830 Oopltt KV BA ADVERTISING RATES. K ( Afate Measurement. H&f Ordinary, 2A ante per Una. Ifo extra price fbrao- Bt eeptabla display. Botlneesor BpeeUl rtotloee, oppoelU B Kdltortal !, bO oraU per line. Reading Ifotloee, Vt Umd or marked "Adrt."! tint page, 81.60 per H llnet 'ttoorth page, S1.V5 per Una) Inside page, 81 H perllne. HEk." Tt roiufor odte...

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. — 5 November 1887

I THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. 3 H SPORTS IN DOORS AND OUT. BOMB POINTS ABOUT BPAltlUNO AND SPARRING LESSONS. Jjlght to Fifteen Mlnutra Abont all a Strong l'upll Can Stand Fifty-five flame In the Handicap Illlllard Tnurnnment at Chicago A Gold Watch for WalUcr F. A. Ware Will there be an International Match t fPABRINO lessons, as ,n sort of gontle oior ciso moro interesting than punohing a bag, may bo taken a, half an hour at a tlmo, but for proficiency and of. fectiveness in tho art from eight to flftoen minutes is all a strong pupil even can stand, jfefl' Most pupils want to 7fwLffi (&$ learn it all tho first 'y ytSBH V'fjSaa day, and most boxing "i 5lV$ teachers try to tench d Jzi Y 0 many movements. A rWJ IW nc, nro but o half a "'" dozen or so offectivo blows and stops, although numborlcBS com biuntions of feints, hits and parries, to, say nothing of "draws" and "stops," may be tried. One thing at a lesson and two or thrco roviews at that is tho best way t...

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. — 5 November 1887

HiHHMaEsBHMA&KSttM K i- THE EVENING WOULD . SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. . If; EVOLiniONOFTIIE.TlNCAN Bf Bjgjl; TODSnCTED rOSXBT OF THB EIGHT- H CENT DINNQt FAIL. Bffc I Jtmtv flrsm lb Tin Mines f KncUnd Wth It Final ReatlnaFlacs In the Hystcm of Kr-fe th Usuries Ooautr-BsttraorsUsjasT Rapidity Bgf With Which, Dlnntr-riU Am Manulacu Kjf; sure A Dthbu In a Hurry. Kg- IN cns are not a semi- mvfc' VNr-w AflS1! absorbing tbemo nor, Rs 4tv VcTaf7 C'M ' eots 0Ter K J3S I A I (l w'on collectors 11a Hv I I vV'AWko ft niffhts, A r X I 151 m"1,cmairo does not WM- 4?$C ei nsher viiitor into a &, xjZ " room w'11 1'1 remark : K? J j "I wont to show you a nS' jwL. ,jti lovoly tin can which I RL AvTtiJW P'e nP tno othor BE, A (!ainii cxi)cnsyo rity of KiF vtnKi s Brt0'0 w'" com- Wk f t-JBi yjl jmand a quarter ol a Bm . TlSS; dollar, but the small K3f JrS'!' " dinner pail, which the VC " ' borer uses villi a K ' rfe champelre effect at 'S the meridian hour, may bo aeourod by the Xk modest ou...

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