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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 November 1887

: -' ' '- ' HliBBB I "; -IbbbI I V rrr A'IbBBi ' ' ll DON'T MISS THE fl- W v DON'T MISS THE Tl'i JB SUNDAY WORLD! . if ssw ww SUNDAY WORLD ! A Nowspnpor and Magazlno tf&Zarf BaLst IB. frrMTt-rk 11 JIlAA 1 fc ANowspapor and Magazine V'-HI Act? Partial List of Special (iJL 1 1 IIl llOSiiiSiiPfJ ( (iL i ll II J I 1 ill I See Partial List of Special l&fl Features Elsewhere. 5&9r SHpjp ''SsijiriM X5V1' P Sp' YpXl Features Elsewhere. ' IbbI PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. .'9Jbb1 EXTRA GOLD WEATHER RAGING. A Decided Change in the Atmos phere at Ivy City. Last Day ofthoJookey Club's Regular Meet 1 IngFour Extra Days Next Week. Tells Doe's Bensatlon She Wins the Mile Dull and the nandlcap at a Qllle and a Sixteenth Other Hnces Won by Dan boynei Fatroclee and Valiant Garrison Home Sick McLaughlin's Record. Jadatt-T, B. MoOnlra. President National Jockey Club.F. Ifnulnnhead.andF.M.DrAoer. . rtnm-Vr. U. Jennlnc nod W. P. Borch, Ar(arv Q. D. Mel...

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

IIBMHHWMIISiHSiSIIMiSsiH 9BMft THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. TUB LBff ' J " Hni ct B - HBhv SATURDAY, NOVEMBER K. K0MVB8OJtIPTIOJf (Including Voltage), BmklltooltTll. 30c. t PER YE Alt, $3.00. WEF jBgp THE OCTOBER RECORD. jHBiMlMal Bomber of "World" printed during Hmm saaaita of Octoberi 1887, HEp, 479 , 330. HkVVRAQK 72B DAT FOn TUB ENTIRE Mb&73,526 Copies. HR6M0er cfrculafion during fA raf six years HHHHiobtr. 2AA9 011,0X0 Copies BmmBKBNtr, 383 i,3(2, ono copies UB&tftbtr,18H S.SOII.SOl Coplet B-WMttr, 1UBB 4,007,470 Copies HHltr,lMO e,3S7,lBO Copies tmBSKSlr Xa87, 8,470,330 Copies HB&J ADVERTISING RATES. jgg9gffi& '? (ActUHauanmtnt.) ggvPs9rferfV 00 eenl per line. Noextr price fnrae-L-MgHMBtelto display. BuioMt or Special Notleea, opposite HHBHntorUi pace, AO eroti per lln. Reading Kotlcea, IBHawnd or nuktd "AdTt."i Flrat pa. 81.60 pm Hhi fourth pfv IJl.HO V' knl Ineld page, 81 gggggggggggE(s mtfvr Wf M tf Dalit World do oi or HHBHljrmMnie. AV da ...

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

THE ISVTCNTNtt WOllT.n. SATURDAY. NOVP.MRP.R K TflffT . "VSB : SPORTS IN DOORS AM) OUT. - fOHB WINTS ABOUT BPAREINa AND SPAERINQ IESS0NB. "" tight to Fifteen Minute. About nil a Strong; Pupil Cnn Hlnnil I'lrty.flTO (limei In ths , Handicap Illltlaril Tnuriininent at Clitcngo -A Cold Wntcli for Walker F. A. Wnre Will there be an International Match f fPAKMNG lessons, as a sort of gentle exor cise moro interesting than punching a bag, may bo taken a half an Lour at a time, but for proficiency and of footiveness in the art from eight to fifteen minutes is all a strong pupil ovon can stand. !j&IlL Most pupils want to fhi ffi$$ lenrn it all tho first "Irf" VSafcrFisis day, ond most boxing r-V iv teachers try to teach d Jsl. '00 maay movements. J Efc I Thete aro but a half a " '' ' r dozen or bo effective blows and stops, although numberless com. fcinations of feints, hits and parries, to say nothing of "draws" and "stopB," may bo tried. One thing at a lesson and two or three reviews ...

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

r ;. I f A THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. I K i)T THE MAN FOR THE PLACE' KF FUELIO OPINION BETT1NQ 8TE0NGLY B AGAINST COL FELLOWS. HMt a R?T A "Welrher" and a Friend of Bom Brf Tweed' Net Wanted In the Dletrlct-At. Rr torney' Office Excuse. Considered Hlillc- Ht leu Proof Everywhere of Nicoll' H G renins; Strength ToNlbl'a Hall. B j)n II OTUINO on earth can Hk I" 11 kl now stop tlio cyclone H'i t j 1 ' Pliu'ftr indignation Hr 7 flS 11 1 1 0Tcr li0 ottcmPt ' Hbv': vLvx vi!? Bobs Fowor nnd tho saaBt.' aj fes Police Justices' ring Hk) bV rinwrin to forco 0o1, j n Fcl" Hv TfftBwLi ViiUlows into the chair of H( ''My DistHct-AttornoyMar. Ei ' jT Vi7iil tino- Tho storm cloud B I ITora broke yesterday with HjM' I I I'lilfi tcrriflo forco after the Bf I I Mf A rovolationsofhowOol. It' K I f dw Fellows borrowed Kft & Jg&f monoy from Tweed Br' Elv h i I ftnd P'000 'bo earn. LLVtv m fl ' 1 bllng aot to avoid pay. K tCibr- meat of a debt. Dog- K Bing money of " my old fri...

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. — 7 November 1887

I 30HLOCK Hfe v I 3 O'CLOCK m I j 'H 5riciToN"ECENT! . NlflW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. ' ' FELLOWS TWEED'S TOOL . ' To Vote for Him is to In a dorse Bosses and Bribery. '. Ho Took $500 From Twood Whllo V He Was In Offlco, V ?, And noRRcd $573 When ttao " Fixed " '6- Jury Had Disagreed. What Hns Been Proved In Seventeen llnys Against a Pensioner und Eulogist of Z. the Urcntest Ilobbcr That Kvcr Lived," a " Welcher" In the Coterie of Professional Gamblers, and a l'rlond of Ibu nicn Under Hull nnd AvrnU- " Ins Trial for Ilrlbcry A Wain Htnte- . mrnt of Fact About tbo CandU t date of Corrupt noun-Can the Prose- 1 eutlon of Criminals of a Great City be '" Intrusted to Hncli a Man n This V A Hinging Letter from Carl Hchura to the Mayor, Who Stands (Sponsor for Fellows' "Hlraple Christian Ufe." TIio campaign is over nnd tbo peoplo nro ready to cost their votes to-morrow against candidates of tho bosses nnd boodlors. The polls will be open from C o'clock a. m. until 4 ...

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. — 7 November 1887

Wfflm!'' fttlfi EVlSNINCf WORLD: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1887. 1 HJaHtfi " . I HBB:''t . rUUXrd y U i"ra rUsf cv. pi HK'V MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7. HLv'? SUBSCRIPTION (Including Postage), WKm oVSR MONTH, 30ci JPSR YEAR, $3,00. B THE OCTOBER RECORD. HnK- Total number of World printed daring HKv ' ontb r October, 18BT, fu 3. 479 , 8SO. HHp,'' AVERAGE PER DAY FOR THE ENTIRE WK'i 273,526 Copies. HE October circulation during the past six years 'HEi compared; Vr OetobtT, 1889 t)81,0XO Copies Kl'? October, 1883 1,300,000 Copies aanBr 'i ' October, 1884 O.fOti.ilOl Copies K'i October, 188S 4,007,470 Copies Bpr October, 3880 0.397,180 Copies K tlohrr, ioV 8,479,330 Copies $ Hr; r ADVERTISING RATES. Ky (AfaU Measurement.) Hffu Ordinary, SA cents par Una No estra price) for ae- LkR&-,X eepUblt display. Boatneee or Bpeelal Notloee. opposite HB-t Editorial pate, HO cents per line. Heading Notice., HBL (tarred or marked "Adrt."i Flret page, 8100 par aaHH&V "nai rourth pace, ttl.it 6 par Una Ineide...

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. — 7 November 1887

I ' THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1883". 4, Ti I SPORTS OF FIELD AM) KING; 1 QOOD BFJJUUNa EXPECTED AT TIIE SCOT 7 TISU-AMRI0ANA.O. A. V. Copeland the Manhattan Athletlo Club's llnrdler Tnthlll Confident That Detnps.y 'Will Whip niu-llloney far n Medal for a FIve-Mllo Itun Between Freeth, of tho Nmm, and Idoyd, of the Prospect. fP. COPELAND. tho hurdler of tho Man. hnttan Athletlo Club who is 'Wicgand's par1, ticular rival, and who beat tho Now York' Athletlo Olub man in the championships this autumn, is twenty-two years old, stands 5 feet 7Ji" inches, and in con dition tips tho scales at 123 pounds. "Copo" won the Amoricon 220. yard championship, over 3 feet 6 inch fences, on Sept. 17, in 27s., but in one of tho A. F. Copelikd. trials ho made tho dis. tnnco in 20 2-6s. a record. Ono wook aftor this race he won tho Canadian 100 and 220 yard championship at flat racing. His best 100-yard run on tho flat is 10 2-Cs. Oopoland's othor records for hurdling aro as follows i 76 ya...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 November 1887

KTv TOE EVENING WORLD i MONDAY, NOTTSMBEK 7, 188T. . 5 - P?rr ; H' l HURFure bbiujast becoed. HL?U4XtM from the 1'Atrolman' Bent to the H , Superintendent's OlUce. -IhP?'' rTJ n! ISIT0H8 nt Tolloe Hp'taaMMjkJ Ml contact with a stoutly -i-l-Rlll' mfd WK built man with nyomiK iiiH!v (ua f W nc0' 8arnioun'c 'y n IKeV -JmB n ronn' woll-dcvclnpod L-L-Bk't n7 A hrad. IIo is n Rrcnt lMlll JSb S man in his mihero ftiul LLBpi l&f0 tliittin London or l'nrln :HH ' I " would bo hedged iu LK'i' by spocial details of policemen or (,'cn. Hr .Cwraef, but hero OTerythiuR bears hicoutro-LR-i ertitilaeWdcnco of tlio simplicity of n iloui. Hrfc'' Horatio-republican form of government. Bf', Thil comiactly built limn in Williiim Mtir Hl rny, flupcrititcudont of Tollco of the City and iK, County of NuwYnrk. No rotUnpo clmrnc. E-5 tariltes his administration, and the humble r,rS. citizen with a compluint nttniiiht u policeman -' jrocoiTos as much consideration and as speedy 'o audience as docs tlio loc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 November 1887

I I rvTD i :21lt11ife I r vrn i Jfl . 1 fc A 1 B 1H I gHl iHifllJ, LA I lift M PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. IH FELLOWS TWEED'S TOOL, X To Vote for Him is to In I dorse Bosses and Bribery. , Ho Took $500 From Twood Whilo He Was In Offlco, And Bogged $573 When the Fixed" Jury Hnd Disagreed. 1 What lias Deen Froved In Seventeen Daya - Asnlnat n Pensioner and Eulogist of i "the Greatest Robber That Ever Lived," a "Weleher" In the Coterie of Professional Gamblers, and n Friend of the Men Under Dull and Awalt- In Trial for Bribery A Plain State- , ment of Fact Abont tho CandU i date of Corrupt Bouet-Oan the Proae- t entlon of Criminals of a Great City be t Intrasted to Snch a Man a Thla A i Ringing; Letter from Carl Schura to the l Mayor, Who Stands Sponsor for Fellows' ,'l "Simple Christian Life." I Tho campaign ia over and tho pooplo aro i, ready to cast their votes to-morrow against 1ji candidates of tho bosses and boodlors. Tho - polls will bo op...

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. — 7 November 1887

Hk f THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1887. sTsaTflK .iil"" ' ' ' ' - wtivmu WatlL Hf?' ' tttVUSrd V, t Prtu rutUMni Co. Kft MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7. Wmfl'BVltSCJlIPTZOlt (Including Postage), UFtsr month, 30c: psh year, $3.00. :' THE OCTOBER RECORD. H K.TMI number of "World printed dnrlop; Krjafc MBlh of October, 1887. 8, 479 , 330. HtfJfAVXRAGB FBR DAT FOR TOE ENTIRK HXONTII, 273,526 Copies. Hst r- Ki Oefoew cfnculaf'ton durinj tt jxu( six years HM('IJM OHl,(tKO Copies weeober, 1888 J,ar,3,ono Copies kWmtUoer, 1384 a.SOi.aot Copies "pefsber, MBS 4,907,470 Copies neMber. JBBO O 397,1 BO Copies mlVettbtr, 1887 8,470,330 Copies IK- ADVERTISING RATES. KV r (Agate Msasursmsnt.) HOidtoir, 85 cents psr tin. Ifosxtra price forac HBnwptabl display. Business or Special Notloss, opposite flHrjfeKortal pegs, UO ctnU per tin. Ileadlog Notlsss, BjHUTd or narked "Adn.Mi Fink peg. 81.60 per B)kl rauth page, St.XS per llaet Insid page, 81 (Hcf flU nUtfor mdwrtUtnt In ( Do(fjf WoilB .lep K)elAmtiw'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 November 1887

Hawgsl...Bel................... TTTR F.VF.lVrNn WORT.T1. MONTI A V NOVF. M TIP. n 1 lK7 em ;lv?Jggl I SPORTS 0 FIELD AND MNG. hJ GOOD SPARRING EXPECTED AT THE SCOT-TIBH-AMERIOAN A. 0. A. F. Copeland the Manhattan Athletlo Club' Ilnrdler Tnthlll Confident That Dempsey Will Whip- Ueacan-Money for a Medal for a Fire-Mile Itnn Between Freelta, or the Numii and Lloyd, of the Prospect. fF. COPELAND. the hardier of the Man hattan Athletlo Club who is Wiegand's par ticular rival, and who beat the Now York Athletlo Olnb man in the championships this autumn, 1b twenty-two years old, stands 6 feet IK inohes, and in con. dltiontlp ibd scales nt 123 pounds. " Oope" won the American -920-yard - championship, ovor 2 feet 6 inch fences, on Sept. 17, in 27s., bat in one of the A. F. Copeland. trials he made tho dis tance in 26 2-6s. ft record. Ono week after this race he won the Canadian 100 and 220 yard championship at flat racing. His best 100-yard ran on the flat is 10 2-Ss. Copeland's other reco...

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. — 7 November 1887

B&iV 4 ' THE KV13N1NQ WORLD: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1887. , 1 r xm i i ' -! HK,1' HVBRArS BRILLIANT RECORD. WJfe & from iba rtrlm' Beat te lha Hfij, Superintendent's Offloa flsBfT rTT 1 IlSITOnS nt Police Kf. Jjl Jl Headquarter! came In Krt Tfcl Iff contoctwlth a stoutly sssK'vi JV'M WL V U'H raau Mrith a yonnn ssH' l) iV W face, rurraomitcti by a Hk mBb n m ronn well.dcvclopcil K' " E A bend. He Is a erf at HK' yyjjB man in his ejibcro and B(, 3fT'. occupies a position E$" Air7 that iu London or PaHs HU '- I " would be hedged in K'V by spoclal details of policemen or gen. ra, dannci, bnt hore everything bears incontro. HV fertible ovidonco of the simplicity of a dein. R&r i, ooratio-republican form of government. HuftX This compactly built ninn is William Mur. HM!,' ray, Superintendent of Police of the City and Hbv County of New York. No red-tape -cliarno. HKx-i, terire his administration, and the humble HpSi ? citizen with a complaint against a policeman Hg'1' receives as...

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. — 7 November 1887

Pvr-fT? Hret IXT5ffyWyii' WffTrTifitWtffTsT!iTiHiBeBeBM . "-' ,n 5 rwywa w p"iTfiifwn,'" yvy.- j ? ? -r- T-i- "T t-'p ".wwn'w I . 'fo-HiM O'CLOCK I f; I 6 O'CLOCK jfl ... . . . , , .. -'H P1UC13 ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. '9 MORONY FOUND AT LAST. IIB SAYS HE ISN'T MELVILLE, BUT HE OPENS HIS LETTERS. lie ! n Friend of C3cn. Mill en, but Inalsta lhat Mlllen Had Nothing In Do wllh llio Dynamite) Flot den. Mlllen Arrived In the F.dnm Yraterdny, and Morony Hbotv Up To.Dny He Docau't Know Wbnt Una Ilccoinc of Melville. "Am I Melville? Certainly not," said John J.Morony to-dny, ns ho brought a good sized fist down on his kneo with surprising force. Mr. Morony is tho man whom tho Loudon detectives hnvo declared is identical with Melville, tho alleged dyuamitor. Ho lives at 025 Tenth nvenuo. Ho is a runn above tho medium height, muRculnrly built. His complexion is dark, and a heavy black mustache half conceals a Ann-looking uiouth. His omphatio denial that ...

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. — 7 November 1887

mmmi . 'S B f ' THE EVEWINC WOULD; MOITOAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1887. I Kit ami; 01.1. H' MONDAT, NOVEMBER 7. p 8VBBCBIPXION (Ineluding Postage), KjPXS MONTH, SOc.t PER YEAR, $3,50. Hb THE OCTOBER RECORD. B(V Total number of "Worlds" printed Anting Hpha mentis of October, 188T. Me,"jn& 9 s3CJ Hk AVERAGE PKll DAT FOB THE KNTHIK KSONTH, B273?526 Copies. K October circulation during the past six years Eemjwrcdr H(;tet'orrr, JSS9 081,010 Copies KOftobcr. 3S83 1,303,000 Copiee BKartobcr. JSS4 B.iionyjoi Copt BKfor'oorr, J"A4 4,007,470 Copiee K'CtetofrWt JMO 0,307,130 Coplf (, aS7 8,470,330 CepUs h. ' ADVERTISING RATES. ' Y (AfuMoaroment.) HOrolnuT, SA tent per line. Noeitra prlo forao- BreeeUbUdiipU'. Bueln or 8polal Notloe. opposite HH&lKHorUl pus, SO cent per lln.. Iludlnc Notloee, Elunl or marked "Adrt."i First pace, 81.80 per KLkaot Xtouth pes. 9l.HH par llnoi Ineide pace, HI Bgtwrbn. ( jflt. rain for atttrtMni in Of Dotty Wobld fo net op. B'BlI.Uk. .Klftu. JiTo do (Ae rsfes oiAoKmik...

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. — 7 November 1887

I THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, -NOVEMBER 7. 1887. ' "IT ":JH I SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING. ft ' GOOD SPIRBINO EXPECTED AT HIE SCOT-TISn-AliESIOANi.0. A, F. Odul tho Manhattan Athletic Club Hurdler Tnthlll Confldcmt Tbat Dempsey Will Whip H.an Money for Medal far a FlveJUllo Hon Between Freetfa, r the Kaunas, and Lloyd, of the Prospect. fP. COPELAND, the hurdler of tho Man. hattan Athletio Olub, who is "Wiegand's pari tioulor rival, and who beat tho New York Athlotio Olnb man in the championships this autumn, is twenty-two years old, stands 5 foet 7 inches, and in con dition tlpB tho scales at 123 pounds. " Oope" won tho Amorican 320. yard championship, over 2 foot 0 inch fences, on Sept. 17, in 27s., but in ono of the A. F. Copxland. trials ho mado tho dis tinct) in 26 2-6s. a record. One week after this race ho won the Canadian 100 and 220 yard championship at flat racing. His best 100-yard run on tho flat is 10 2-6s. Oopeland's other records for hurdling are as follows : 75 yards, 0 4...

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. — 7 November 1887

RI2L : THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1887. ; V I K FELLOWS TWEED'S TOOL H1 To Vote for Him Is to In- Wm- dorse Bosses and Bribery. H' Jd Took $500 From Twood WI1II0 B Ho Was In OfTico. Hftv, And Begged $523 When tho " Flxcil Hjffig Jury Had Disagreed. X tltat Hun Horn Prarcd In HeTenteen Ilnys BlI Agnlnat a Pensioner nnd Eulogist of Mft "tlio Grimiest llobber Thnt Hrcr H& Llred," a "Welcher" In (lie Colrrle of kl Professional Hamblen, and a Friend of HV lb Men Voder Hull and Awnll- H Trial for Brlbery-A Plain Htiili- B roent of Fact About Ibe C'nudl- K' dole of Corrupt flosses Can tbe Prose- K cation of Criminal of a Orent City be B& Intrusted to Such a Man ns This r A mfy Blnslnit Inciter from Carl Hcburx to tlio H Slayer, Who Htand Hponsor for I'ellovrs's Kv "Blmpla Christian Life." EK The campalcn is over and tlio pcoplo aro H& ready to cost thoir votes to-morrow tiRniiist K! , candidates of tbe bosses nnd boodlors. Thu R-" polls will be open from 0 o'clock 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. — 7 November 1887

I i, 1 1, -j '::; I T.AT IS T.ART V . . . JJbb.1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER. 7, 1837. PRICE ONE CENT. JB MORONY FOUND AT LAST. HE BAT8 HE ISN'T MELVILLE, BUT HE OmS HIS LETTERS. Ite In a Friend of Oen. Mfllen, but Insists that Mlllen Hart Nothing to Ilo with the llyunmltn I'lot den. Mlllm Arrived in tbe Edntn Yesterday, ami Morony Boom Up To-Iny He Doesn't Know Wlint Una llccome of Melville. "Am I Melvillo? Certainly not," snld John J.Morony to-day, ns ho brought a good eizod list down on Ids kneo with surprising force. Mr. Morony Is tlio man whom tho London detectives havo doclnrod is identical with Melvillo, tho alleged dynamiter. Ilo lives nt 925 Tenth avenuo. Ho is a man nboro tho medium height, muscularly hullt. His comploxion is dark, and a heavy black xnustacho half concenls n firm-looking I mouth, liis emphatic denial that ha was Mel villo was mado to an Evenino Would ro riorter this morning. It had beon reported hat ho wrs in England recently. This ho donied...

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. — 7 November 1887

aiMsWimmmHslsiii HBR ( ?: THIS EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1887. Hkx& '- IHHf u TUB WKKm.r! MONDAY, NOVEMBER. 7. HHr 4 HHwrts 8VBBCBIPXION (Including rosiage), P"-fn MONTH, 30c; PER TKAIl, $3.60. -Wf MK THE OCTOBER RECORD. H.r! Total number of World printed dorlng HKf "nth of October. 1887. K , 479 , 330. Bi AVERAGE not SAT FOB THE ENTIRE BB 273.526 Copies. H1kSv' " ,HKpI OetoBtv cbruIaWon during the past sti years KJ 'eompartdi i?' ,Oetoor, MM 0.11,0150 Copies KT,'r.. Oceer, MM 1,303,0110 Copies Da1Oeloor, JSS4 3.B0U.U01 Copies aU.)-j,vOc(n-, JKSJ 4,007,470 Copies 9lK9-t Ortofter, JfJ 0,37,1S0 Copies gf': October, JSr 8,470,330 Copies K;$'' ADVERTISING KATES. i IHElw.'tv (A(ttMunramit.) Mr jtSf Oiaaiy, 23 cents per line. No extra prleo ferae- MHSl; V WPt-bl display. Business or Special Itotloee, oppoait Hf Xdltorl-I r x, 00 ctnli per lin. Reading Not I cm, HB5:"'T ' rrd or nuked "Advt."t First pare, 81.00 per HmS'r.f'llnei Fourth paza, 91.28 per llaei Inside put, 81 IHU'...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 November 1887

I THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1887. -M I SPORTS OF FIELD AND BING. GOOD SPARRING EXPECTED AT THE SCOT-n8n-AMERICAN A. 0. I V A. Oepeland the Manhattan Athletic Clnb'a Ilardier TnthlH Confident That Dempaey Will Whip Henajnn Money for m. Medal for n. Five-Mile Hon netvreen Frecth, of the Nnaeaua, and Lloyd, of the Froipect. fF. OOPELAKD. tho hurdlor of tho Man hattan Athletic Club, who is "Wiogand's par ticulnr rival, and who beat tho Now York Athlotio Olnb roan in tho championships this autumn, is twonty-two years old, stands 6 fcot 75 inches, and in con dition tips tho scales at 123 pounds. " Copo" won tho American 220. yard championship, over 2 feot 0 inch fences, on Sept. 17, in , . .... 27s., but in ono of tho A. F. Oopeland. trials ho mado tho dis lance in 2fl 2-Bs. a rocord. Ono weok aftor this race ho won tho Canadian 100 and 220 yard championship at flnt racing. His best 100-yard run on tho flat is 10 2-Cs. Oopoland's other records for hurdling aro as follows: 75 ...

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. — 7 November 1887

iJf 4 THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1887. f K; FELLOWS TWEED'S TOOL To Vote for Him is to In- H dorse Bosses and Bribery. Kj He Took $5,00 From Twood Whllo Hf Ho Was In Office Mffi K. xntt Begged $528 When the " Fixed " BjT, Jury Had Disagreed. sasaVffir HmT What Ifi neen Prrd In Berenteen Daya Rw Aalnt a Pensioner nnd Knlocltt of Hvt "Ilie tlrcntest Uobber That Krer Hk'' lAyed," "Welcber" In the Coterlo of K Frarcwlanal Gamblere, nnd n friend nf sasaHtir.Y1 Ef lbs Men Under Dnll nnd Await. U, " Trial for Bribery A Flaln Kiate- K& inent of Fact About tho CandU Efti date of Corrupt Bonea Can tba Proar- Hpj cntlon of Criminal of a Groat City bo Kj Intrnitcd to Bach a Ulan aa This f A Hp- lUnglna Letter Irora Carl Behnrs to the KStT Mayor, Wbo Htanda Hponior for Fellona'o E "Simple ChrUtlan Life." HE& Tho campaign Is ovor nnd tho pooplo nro Uxv ready to cast their votes to-morrow ncninst Ht'5' candidates of the bosses and uoodlors. The Eh polls will bo open from 6 o'cl...

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