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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 8 November 1887

rll 3 o'clock 7- """' ZI V' SCLOll PRICE ONE CE1T. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. "rH THE CITY CONTEST. A Largo Vote Polled After the Early Morning Hours. m Do Lancoy Nlcoll't Prospects of Succoss Brighter Than Ever. " " The Pall Republican Strength. Oencrnlly Catt far IIIuii nuil Measure Taken to Prevent Trading tfernmn on the East Hide Holld for Illm Nickel Ilntton Flnshlng In Har lem OliUTlnie DemorrnU Downtown Call far Nlcoll Pinters The Heavy "Vct , Forket " Vote this Year nn Indication of III Burets Combinations Ilcvealrd by the Hpllt Ticket Peddled at the Booths. EW YOHK Is perform- ' -wsi "T ins ,u ,nnaal du'T t0- Sk I day of appointing the men who Bhall transact H tf3 A jS '" Dn,me,B anJ dccldo axravSSSt 8 TSi upou ,he no"CT ' ,,a ti'XpjjriwH rf Bvcrnmcnt 'or another nVirnfl 11 ) a 1 ' terra. The campaign has ' naMfnrfi' keen a short one, but VC9KfF hard-fought and cxhauat- WM jSra 'I lno snuggle that had ffji M ! lcen going on for a ' tsM -j4C?I month...

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. — 8 November 1887

BpgrCFWFw"'" i.,l w THfe EVENmGr,WORLDt TUESDAY, NOYEMBER 8,1987. ' t W K& TUESDAY, NOVKMBER 8, Ki t'BVSBCltlPTIOX (Including rottaat), Kfipsn month, 30c; rsn xsaii, $3. GO. (v HpT THE OCTOBER RECORD. Hfip Total nambcr of "Worlds" printed during H'lf Biontli of October, 1887, la, 479 , 83o. B?. AVERAGE rKB SAY FOU THE ENTIHE KVOHTII. K273,526 Copies. n October circulation during the patt ifx years Hftrcornparxd. KffSOetober, JSftQ OS1,OISO CoplfM Kl Vrtoher, 1883 1,3011,000 Coptem fa' October, 1884 a.SOH.HOl Coptrt E:t)cfober,.lNMA 4,007,470 Coptem Eli October, WHO 0,3117, ISO Coplct LLWi October, 1887 8,470,330 Ceplct BL ' ADVERTISING RATKS. LmLWitjjA (AtaUMeasoremsnt.) BaBBKs Kjft 'Ordinary, 25 centi per Hoe. Noextra price forto- Hrceeptable display. Basinets or SpecUl Notlos, opposite KXdltartal pace, AO cente per line. Heading Notlc, K?eUrrd er marked "Adrt."i First pace, 81.50 per HKuKnai Fourth pace, 151,120 per llnet Intlde pace, 81 ffi$!Prllne. Hkf'' tht ntnfor oimtMno i...

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. — 8 November 1887

I , TffR riVTCNTNtt VfrrtTlYiTY. TlTRnAV. NOVF.!mtl fi TRffT ' ? J" ' ' '' f ''?, H I 'SPORTS INDOORS AM) OUT. I I, THE PRESENT GROWTH IN ATHLETIC ' SPORTS ESPECIALLI AMERICAN. flection Time In the Nnsasm Athletic Clnb The Coming Fight Between Jnck Die. Aullfle and Jem Carney Bxcltlng Sport ing men nil Over the Country The Trou Ing Knee t Fleetwood ToOIorrovr. fm '"--'I SPECIALLY Amerl "can is tho great growth in all kinds of Bports the past few F years, says Mr, Shop nrd. " Every branch of winter sport es pecially athletics will be livoly this season. There are ten football teams where there was ono last year, and billiards among mo. tours will bo a rage. More tables are boing pnt in privato houses than ever before, and ladies soom to bo go ing in for caroms as much as thoir brothers nnd friends. There 1b going to be some hood curling Inter on. Tho Palma Olub. of Jersey City, which come out within one Df tho top in tho bowling contests lost year, besides keeping np interest in its ...

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. — 8 November 1887

MippMpfWPIiWWPP - ' fp"ffl,5EQgr 'jSg8almgSl8gSSKBS8?lasgT,' JiiAiWW'' "--pnawigBWP BttiE.. Wt IN BROOKLYN." ''W,M0CRAT3 SWEEPING EVEiTTfllKa BE Ri FUB THEH AMD CONFIDENT OF VICTORY. RifPtapla In4lnc la tha C.nt.et for tbe Bfi MstyoTatfiya bat ft Clot Tot Expected la KW'l h Oanltit netw.en Furor and Ithlae. Hl" hart, Candidate, for Sheriff Democratic Hm Buceeee.fer tha Mate Ticket Assured. R "Tktra U little, It any, excitement In nrookljn HbttMlari though the moment tba polls ircre opened HBf. thtj were beittged by taordca of ballotcrs, who Hp'ktp( Hi Inapccton, constantly at wort, H Although at noon not more thin flfly per Hk seat of TJrookljn'a citizens had roted from tho In. HE dleatlOM averyvrnoro manliest, tho Dcraocratlo K Homines for Ihi Mayoralty, Alfred C. Chaptn, aa r ( well M tie more prominent of tne Dem K candidate! on the Btate, County, Aldermanlo B? ',8d Senatorial tickets, are certain of a sweeping K plurality. Elneo the nominations wero made three HBfr weeki ago the...

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. — 8 November 1887

H" 36ukaWWlW WMBHsMBrVMsMPyJ 1 6 O'CLOCK :SSIf11llrfe 6 O'dLOCK ' I extra. I ie ! . CUMBt extra! i 1 -."-Me-Mi Jman M (f Al -:: I ' B PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. H THE CITY CONTEST. A Large Vote Polled After the Early Morning Hours. De Uncoy Nlcoll'i Prospects of Succoss Brighter Than Ever. The Full Republican Strength flenerally Cut for Him, and Measure Taken to Prevent Trading Germans on the Bast Bide Solid for lllm Nickel Buttons Flashing In Har lem Old-Time Democrats Downtown Call for Nlcoll Pasters Tho Heavy "Vest. Foeket " Vote this Year an Indication of Ills Success Combinations Revealed by tho Split Tickets Peddled at the Booths. EW TORE la perform- w",f lug Its snnual duty to- Ba I day of appointing ttie l I vl mcn who lbal tranaot l f9 v9 Gl c I vl '"" tD'Deu decide tfl?QCrQ vmI uPn ,n6 P"T 0I '- TyfnTjyt gn government tor another fiffijlrgi il.l Ml term. The campaign has waaaL "wl been ,nort one Dnt Ham Fl hard-fought and exhaust- ...

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. — 8 November 1887

ggTgggjiMrgysw?CT..Mwaia",,-.Mt," .' "r-f"f" ll1" ' !n4 w -,.i" - P iff - i iJ f"' r'tl3BMLUiLCTKEir - '3BB i ' TraaBLijSSBBTM KC , TUESDAY, NOVEMBKR & K BVBSCXirXIOir (Xeldtng Portage), H. rxuMomn, soct per ysah, $3.00.' H THE OCTOBER RECORD. E) f Total Bomber of " World printed during Hfrl tfce aaesta of October, 1K8T, K 8,479,330. B' AVBBAQB FEB OAT FOB TUB BNTIBB K' ! VONTH, H 273,526 Copies. Hl' Octobtr circulation during On part tix ytcart H tompaxtdt H&' October, 1889 081,080 Copier R? Octobtr, 3883 1,809,000 Copiet h; Octobtr, 1884 a,B0U,901 Copite Hk,' Octobtr, 188S 4,007,470 Coplrt mV,, Octobtr, 3880 0.397,180 Coplet mfij. October, 1887 8,479,380 Copite Hb,'; ADVERTISING BATES. HFv ( AftU IbuiMElll. ) H& Ordtaaiy, 20 cents per 11a. Koestrs pries forts Hb, eopUbl display, Bastntnor Bpelsl ICotlou, oppodu Bt,' Xdltarltl pace, 00 eenta pr lint. ItMdlnc Notices, HKr starred or milked "Adrt."i Vint pttt, 81. SO per Hfc? lil Fourth psc, Vl.ttOj per Unit Inside pas, 8...

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. — 8 November 1887

ti Jwsi.rv'WQ'W ihWmlj&irmiw -.. -'-iV-ff i'ffWSl!ZrSMW9SKBflWjfMMBBK H-1 t.'pTr'f!&J,ilflTlrl SPORTS INDOORS AM) OUT. l , I JUS PRESENT OSOWTH IN ATHLETIC I BPOBTS EBPECIALLI AHEJU01N. J Slactlon Tlmea in ths Nimm Athletio Club Tha Camlng lTLiht Between Jack Mo. I AnlllTe mid Jem Carney Exciting Sport Ins Men all Over tha Country The TraU lac Uacca at Fleetwood ToOIorrow. "can is tbo groat growth in all kinds of sports tho past few f years, says Mr. Shop- ' nrd. " Every branch of winter sporfc-es. pocially athletics will be lively this season. Thoronrotcn football teams whore there was one last year, and billiards among una- tears will bo a rago, Moro tables aro being put in privato houses than over before, and ladies seem to be go- ing in for oaroms as mueh as their brothers and friends. There is going to bo Romo good curling later on. Tho Falma Club, of Jorsey City, which came out within ono of the top in tho bowling contests last year, besides keeping up interest in its ...

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. — 8 November 1887

Bnv;' AiiE-J ,. .".K -f "w! V i : . . .. .1 . . T ' - ' .,..., t-i i . . t-mi . , r-m ., , , - ' T -i'BrT K. IN NEW YORK STATE. Hk .fHow the Battle Is Going inJVll of IHHi'i'i' , the Counties. Hi str ' 1 --BK4 V'flns Weather, and Indications of a Heavy Hn Vote In Many Placet. HKkSli Varmcn, UoTr.Ter, Da N.t Come Oat HtCV laxf Number and the Republican Hl, f Ticket la Ukely to Buffer In Consequence HHk. r rrahtbltlanUU Maklnsj Hard Fight la Bfra'" firreral localities The George Tote HHg J " Net Very Deary In the Country So Var Kr ' Betarna from Other Slate. Hi, Bhp Th Woblb haa toad, preparations for famish-.-.-.-HbC' tax the moat oomplete news of the election from mK4.v aOparUoftlie Bttto. Tba progress of th. rotlng HMi la each county up to the hour of going to preu U H& A' Ien below from ipeolal correspondents! LHHF .f Albany County. HK ,t cAuakt, Hot. 8. The day la dondy but mild. HH( a t no Republican! are more united and Bggressrre at H'V'e poUi then they hare been ilnee 168...

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. — 8 November 1887

j saassaaaaaaaaaMaiaf . -41 .! f jfMH I I r VTD i .w Stills - , ' ww I rVTD I II m PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. H RACING IN JERSEY. Kxcellent Sport Both at Clifton and Guttenbnrpf. lareo Crowds Enjoy tho Holiday and Mako the Bottlng Lively at Both Places. (he Money at Outlenbnrg Won by Mate, Clutter, St. lilnio, L'liunac, Tecol nnd Rochester At Clifton, by Canonlcua, Ilnnnle 8.. Cohnt l.unn, 1 Trinidad, Wil fred Jay anil Waiikeaha. fwioni-fl. f). Wheeler nd A. II. Battersbr. jy.i.r W. H. Hawxtmrnt. fcraryJ, U. Mcllowan. aarl.r Uaba Caldwell. arxciAL to tui etzhiso world.) Clifton Hack Tiiack, N. J., Nov. 8. Tho fair weather and tho promiso of good racing ins brought out n big crowd. Tho track is i flno condition and tho bottlng very Bar ked. Tho result b tiro briefly as follows : MUST RACE. The first race was for maiden three-year-olds 5nd upward, Ao carry 110 11. each, tl&O to tho wln er, $50 to tho second, at three, quarters of n mile. V...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 8 November 1887

BBI' --' wTff"" THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1887. TaaBa.m E (E wcnuu 'World BC " Ef - TUBS b AY, NOVEMBER & HJJV' BVBHOBXPXIOir (Including Tttag), H frsRMosTn, 80ct Psn xbaii, $3.60. HH THE OCTOBER RECORD. HL' """ow ' "Worlds" printed during '' te month of October, 1887. H;a, 479 , S30. H ' AVKRAQB PKB DAT FOB TUB BNTHIB K -' XONTH, J 273,526 Copies. LfM Cctdber circulation during On pad $ta year HsiH tempered: Hti October. 1A9. ............. OBt,4lBO CopUt K ? Oetobor, IS. ...1 1,009,000 Copte H V October. IftM. ...... ...... 8.aot,a01 CopUi Hftf , Ottobr,lH8B ... 4,007,470 Coplee H !. October, 1880 0.397, 1BO CopU Kfr October, J?.. ............ 8,470,330 Copiot jBT ADVEUTISINQ BATES. IBf -- Att llHOMint,) Rli Ordtnarr, SB coti per Una. Ifaartra prlee forao IHBL eoBtabledljplay. Bailnmer Bpaettl Ifotioea, oppoalte HE?8 aMttorfal paga, SO mti par line. XlMdinf NotloM, H? S Ihml or narksd "Adrt."i First pas. 81,00 par K'i ; JbMi Froth page, SLItO Pr Una Intlda pact, 8...

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. — 8 November 1887

sMV!SHLiBM9flSI9'HffiM!' I THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1R87. 'J ' 'i H I SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. I V THE PRESENT GBOWTII IN ATHLETIC! SPORTS ESPEOIALLT AMERICAN. Jiltcllen Times la the Niuu Athletio Club The Comlnc Ficht Hctween Jack Mo. AallfTe and Jem Carney Exciting Sport Ids Men all Oyer the Country-The Treu las Race at Fleetwood To-DI.rrow. f'J SPECIALLY Ameri. "can is tho great growth In all kindnof sports the past few f years, says Mr. Shop, ard. " Evory branch of winter sport es pecially athlotics will bo livoly "this season. Thoro nre ten football teams whoro there was ono last year, and billiards among nmn. tours will be a rago. Moro tables aro boing put in private houses than over before-, and ladles seem to bo go ing inior caroms as much as their brothers and frionds. Thero is going to bo some ood curling later on. Tho Pnlnia Club, of orsoy City, which came out within ono of tho top in tho bowling contests lart year, besides kocplng up intcrnst in its alloys ...

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. — 8 November 1887

fl' TnE EVENING WORLD; TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1887. . . 1 f THE DAY IN BROOKLYN. Hv Bfj MK0CEAT3 8WEEriNQ ETBRITIUNQ BE- p FORE THEM AND CONFIDENT. H))f Ctuipla foadlnr la the Contest far the HPf MiTomUy, bat m. Close Tale Expected In Rf, the Oenleat nlween Purer end HMne. H.' hart, Candidates for HherltT Democrnllo H i Kncccs. (or the Htnte Ticket Assured. seEf Kt" There It little. It ny, excitement In Brooklyn Bn' to-dsj, though the moment the poll were opened Hp they wiro beiltged by hordes of bslloters, who BC kept toe inspectors oomutitlr it work. Kp Althouga at noon not moro then flfty- per K$ cent of Brooklyn's cltUonshsd Toted, from thon- HjlA' dloettoot everwhere manifest, the Democratic Bf5 nomlneo lor the Majorallj, Alfred O. Chapln, a K well as the moro prominent of the Dem- Hk, ecratlo candidates on the fliato.County.Aldermanlo K?V end Senatorial tlokeU, are certain of a sweeping HKjf plurality. Blnco the nomination! wero made three r week bio the candidates both Democrati...

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. — 8 November 1887

PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT fM THE CITY CONTEST, A Large Vote Polled After the Early Morning: Hours. I Da Lancey Nlcoll's Protpeott of Succett Brighter Than Ever. The Fall Ilcpnbllcmii Strength Generally Cut far nim, and Meaanrea Taken to Prevent Trading Clermana on the Eaet Side Solid : far Him Nickel Dnttona Flashing- In Har lem Old-Time Democrata Downtown Call for NIcoll raster The Heavy "Veat rocket " Tote thU Tear an Indication of Ilia Sneceas Combination ReTealed by the Split Ticket Peddled at the Booth. EW, YORK ii perform. " ing It annual doty to- Bk I day of appointing the V I men who shall tramaot B f VaI Its business and decide Y. .& InTrTVu avl BTernment for another s IilfrWfrji jl.jl 3 1 1 term. The campaign has -1 ksiLiMffi '5een short one, but NKTp hard-fought and exhaust- l Irr lng ,fne reaction alter ILbbt fTliY I ttie ,trn88'6 that nad P Y .J been B'n(5 on 'or (X p$ j month was felt daring SP j ill ,n0 morning honri, and ...

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. — 8 November 1887

HBf fl'V ' , THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1887. 1 bbbbbbbbbHbI . , . R-.ig ffatlil flHP'' v' rMt44etarnrHtM&. H mmmmm' Tuesday, novbmbek a K:';! HglH amaaasxrxiojr (inputting rnan), mwtJ' rsRMosTp. 30ct Pirn zbab, $3.bo. H 't THE OCTOBER RECORD. H,i'( Vital nmkir tf "Worlds" printed darta HKr!, the month f October, 1887V Rf 8,479,330. B "U AVERAGE FSB PAT FOB TUB BWnJUs W::f MONTH, B;:- 273,526 Copies. bbbbbbbbbK'"'4 KarJOBaaajBB jj-- WWWWwm h. October circulation during ih pott te var$ MEL "' emjardV K K V October, 1880 981,880 CopUo Mt. At. Octobr, 1888. . lJSOa.OOO CopUt Mi'' October, 1884 S.BOu.aoi CopUt afe-t. October, 1888 4,007,470 CopUt PHt': October, 3888 0.397,180 Copiot mWKef t October, 1887.. .. 8,470,830 CepU mW:' R'.f; ADVEnnama rates. ?,'& ' (AitUHnramnl.) HB&t OrdraejT, SO wnU put lis, Nositr prlee fores- BFs A.' osptthlo display. Butauwor Special Rotlees, opposite H ' ' SdliorUl p, 80 eonts per Uno. Rotdlsf Rotleos, K A'' tvd or asrksd "Adri."...

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. — 8 November 1887

I THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY. NOVEftlBER 8. 1887. . ' -"VIB SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. flHB PRESENT GROWTH IN ATIIIETIO SPORTS ESTECIALLI AMERICAN. EUctlon Times In the Nunn Athtetlo CInb The Coming Flht Between Jack Mo Anllfle and Jem Carney Exciting Sport Ins Men all Over the Country The Trou Ins Race at Fleetwood To.aiorrow. flBPEOIALLY Amerl 'can is the great growth in all kinds of sports the post few f years, says Mr. Shop, ard. " Every branch of winter sport es pecially athletics will be lWely this season. Thoro aro ten football teams whero there was ono lost year, and billiards among ama. tenrs will be a rago. More tables are boing put in private houses than ever beforo, and ladies Beem to be go fog in for caroms as much as their brothors and frlonds. There is going to be some good curling later on. The Palma Club, of Jersey City, which came out within one of tho top in the bowling contests last year, besides keeping up interest in its alleys is going in heavily for fencing. Tho...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 8 November 1887

Kl ',' '.4 THE EVENING WORLD; TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1887. m IN NEW YORK STATE, sH B;: How the Battle Is Going- In All of H- tho Counties. B K, Fins Woathir, and Indication of a Heavy Hr Vote In Many Placet. TC The arsn.ra How trreri Da Nat Cane Out Rt la lK Nambera and the Rrpnbllcaa Kf Ticket la Likely BnfleT In Conseqnenee E&, Prohibitionist Maklnar a Hard B laht la Boii4 Sareral Localltlea The George Tele H Net Very nearr la the Country Be Far Ht, Ketnma from Other State, Efr m Wobld na wale preparatloni for fnrnlsn- KV las the most complete new) of the election from K all part of the State. Tne proirrui of the otln j HK in each county up to the hoar of going to press la Hy glTea below from ipeclaloorreaponilenti! Rj'T Albany Oonaty. Hi, AuufT, Not. 6. The Oar Is cloudy bnt mild. K'' The Republicans are more united and aggressive at K the poila thin 'tbej hare been since 1834, and BT i bare more money than the Democrat. The V Ilepublloan rote will equal the rote of 1888. E,.'I...

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. — 9 November 1887

. 3 O'CLOCK fe 3 O'CLOCK ' fl PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER I), 1887. PRICE ONE CENT Ifl DEMOCRATIC VICTORY. Cook's Plurality for Secretary of State 14,709. CORRECTED FIGURES AND RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S ELECTION. Col. FelUwVa Void Unexpectedly Ilenvy Downtown and oil Ike Kant nuil Writ Rides Rflrct of llit I'nlllns On' In llin C)rorr Vote Contests In Close lllntrlrtu What Comparisons with Last Year Show. There are only n few corrections to bo made in tlio results of tlio city vote as given in the latest extra edition of the Evenino Would lnfit night. The complete returns show that Col. Fellows's plurality is larger than it wns estimated to be. He polled an unexpectedly heavy, vote downtown and on the east and west sides of tho city, as a glance nt the figures by Assembly districts will show. Tho falling off in tho vote of tho Labor party had much to do with Col. Follows's election. There is no doubt that he received tho votes of two-thirds of tho men who voted for Geo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 9 November 1887

BPi1 '" . . the TLXtitotx&mtuM wwmm mmmtimmyuHL ' m llllHln . f " " - . "wa SOJ Hr MIliM lylli rrtu FuMtAhf O, K WBDNEBDAY, NOVEMBER 0. Br R BVVBCBirTIOir (Including rostagt), B 2BIIM ONTB, SOc; PSB YBAtt, $3.50. K assssssssssi E THE OCTOBER RECORD. HjC Total number or "Worlds" printed dories V& tlio anonUs of October, I88T, K 8. 479 , 330. E& AVERAGE FEB. DAY FOR THE ENTIRE Bf 273,526 Copies. Ki October circulation during the past ilx years B: compared: Kf October. 1880. . 0M,ttBO Coptet Vetobtr,1H83 1,309,000 Copies KL October, 1884 3,lOli.XOl CopUs HV October, JS3 4,007,470 Copies n October, 3880 -... 0,327,180 Copies E&. October, 1SH7 8,470,330 Copies ft ADVERTISING RATES. Rsf (Aaata Measurement.) Hc, Ordinary, 2ff eenU per line. No eitra pries for ae- Vv' ceptable display Buslnesa or Bpeelal Notleaa, nppoalt Bjil Editorial pip, CO cents par Una. Heading Hotlcea, Ktv starred or marked "Adrt."i Flrat pace, 81.00 pay Hf line! Fourth pta, 31. US par Una; Inside paia...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 9 November 1887

SPORTS IN FIELD AND RING. ' TALK ABOUT THE OVATION TO SULLIVAN V' IN LONDON. pHlr lHasMea'" Plar Tribulations of tho Trainer of a Featherweight alike deary to no Soma Exhibition Sparring la IIs bokcn The Ilaequet Clob Dllllard Tour nament A Flae Croes-Couutry Ban. fNE of the topics of tho day in the athletic world is the reception whioh Sullivan got in London. Every ono wishes the " big fol. low " oil possible luck, bnt it is tho goneral opinion that a tro" mendous rooeption does not necessarily 1 ensure him an lmmonse exhibition. Ono of tho biggest demonstra tions John L. had on his last trip in this country was the one at Altoona, Pa, The ex champion arrived just in time to go to spar at the Opera-Houso, The depot was crowded as it was never before The stroets were im passable for blocks. A. man could have walked on tho shoulders of tho massed assemblage, and tho Boston pugilist and his combination had to go to the theatre by a back way. But the box-offloe didn't demon strate anyt...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 9 November 1887

Bit Will omr THURSDAY una the rcmnlndor of ttio Wook I DESIRABLE BARGAINS I LADIES' COSTUMES KffiS' '' nna 1: Walking Dresses ; i LADIES' WRAPS, CLOAKS. . i WALKING JACKETS, t . NEWMARKETS, RAGLANS I LADIES' HOUSE ROBES, H Including m Three Lots WALKING DRESSES AT S13.50, SO, $25.00. m Three Lots LADIES' CLOTH WRAPS AT $4.75, S6.95, S9.50. m Jii Lots WALKING JACKETS . AT S8.50, $10.50. Bw Jjnrco Asaorituont and Kxcluslvo Styles m MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Bh DRESSES. H WALKING GOATS AND JACKETS, Hi BOYS' m SCHOOL AND .DRESS SUITS. OVERCOATS. B$f In their I SILK DEPARTMENTS PJHJk Ijator Importations of NOVELTY MOIRE AND CHANGEABLE SILKS, Hii ' POMPADODE BROOADED SILKS AND SATINS, K GOLD AND SILVER FABRICS ON MOIRE GROUND, K PEAU DE SOIE, FAILLES FRANOAISES AND SATIN DUORESSE, B WITH A CHOICE COLLECTION OF mm- FANCY SILK GRENADINES AND GAUZES Kj FOR EVENING WEAR. 32 to 36 West 23d Street, I - 23 to 35 West 22d Street. R HOW GEN. VIMS LIVES AND WORKS. JiJBrlv Interesting Uoa.lii About tun...

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