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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 11 November 1887

. j TfiiSTEmNU'WOliLt): FRIDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1887. "M gnORTHAIRANDBALD HEADS 5TV0 CAUSES WJIICII HELP ALONG TOE WIG MAKERS. ' erhe Women Who Had Their Head Clipped Two Year Ago Now Appear With Beau llful Lock A Wltr a a Car tor Neural gin The Deception of Actresses Use of Jllen Wboae l'ale Are Hulnlna; Wastes. fBOIIiEOLOGY has proved that wigs wore contemporary with tho Pharaohs, having been found with the mum rules of anoient Egypt, though the recently discovered remains of tho onoe proud Barneses II. shows that ho had moro sense than to wear n mass of somebody else's hair oven if ho was bold. This is remarkable in Tie w of tho fact than an early historian one Moses charges him With such senseless performances as an attempt to make bricks without straw. Ac Uut then Moses acknowledged himself to have been a personal and political enemy of lianicses, and may havo been slightly biased. If he was a proud monarch, the old follow was not so proud that ho woro a wig to cover a bond us bal...

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. — 11 November 1887

BBf' ' THE EVENING "WORLD: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1887. Hp From Yesterday's Later Editions. V PLENTY OF GOOD APPLES. W- f MEW ORCHARDS MAKE IT HARD TO TELL HI WHEN IT IS AN OFF YKAK. BL, Tbree million jlni-rcl of Thli Season' Crop WtV Expected to Itench Rlnrkcl The Het K' Apples fient Abroad and We Oct tbe PK learlne Fnrorlte Apple Tor Kxport and H& Fancy Variolic Thnt Bring Hlal. Price. Bf Kiv' . O mnr,y uow orchards Kf VS&i&SlvLh "ro bolnc Brown and pti (fctnSt&SK. 110W l'strlctB comluu Blfr WaTrnTTiBSlilM '" nowadays," Mild a paiEi TORfflnTiTMf Prornluent Weit strcot Bk RBnriHsllllllJllil I,I'10 Mpper to n Hp'f x.jDF'm Evemno "World ro. R Mj&csP" porter, "that it is .El' .tS&nC? rttlller 0 difllcult thine HR'j.- $fc$4'wlft!S? to e" hcthor " '" nn iKC NVI off yelxr or uo' '10ro ..Hf 3.i? Ytl WM 'me 'w10n ' vrns Hfl ' Jtffit. V'jyMHUiogoncrairtilo thnt if Hn ia!i"il irJw there wore no apples Kfc "m J r in Wayne, Niagara and neBf' aiLJ,lr InK8011 Counties K BSWi...

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. — 12 November 1887

,l ' JaTJ TWO FUTURE OF SNSW;-' w . X nitlHHT FEAtBEH OP H THE SUNDAY WORLD fL THE SUMP AY WORLD 1 jB uallTnniorRAHICAL SKETCH BY ROBERT llUfcl llTl ll" t tSS' 'm J7&& CSrAX sflsrfi4 N af sK BILL NYF AS A CRITIC IN A BOWERY VARIETY jE i nlllQ QTFUPmON AUTHOR OF "OR cZ 1 A. a ALItll A' AJiyvifVvLLN LJlS!A asM! ZZ"iriw "Sv. iskVt 1 XjQffiis bHOW! EXPLORER GREPLY ON THE FUTUHb IliaVH JFKYLL AND MR HYDE" f"l wft ffl fl Tvfn ,rtttfftt. 17 Y Aftl fW m( 1 WN1YHKy' 1 im3 of NORTH POLE Sb ARCHING THE & AKin TUP nilkF OF MARLCOROllnH'Q IMPRFQ. (9 IN I M 19 ItMv sss fl I n il ' llfnln Hlli f Tllllll I I IMlinntrTt TIP fill Km Wl- I 1(9 I ill 1 I a TRAIN D NURS-S of the city IfcflB 1 SIQNS OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC. 1 l3Lr V JMl 9 IfL WhWfW'i Wmj vlkJ ILt IL iHu I ilL 1 jL i -V NP..TMIR JPlg-PL------ MB TUB SUNDAY WORI.li IN AMVAYs THIS IIUIUUT-, 6mWr SWlM S mtfflV'M T T W V THE HUNI Y WOlll.l. rVTANIIM WITIHlCT.AN, IB PRICE ONE CENT! '' NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1887. PRICE O...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 12 November 1887

liH THE EVENING WORLD: .SATURDAY, NOVEMBER i logr Bjrotfog fttotlil. Rnf " V SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. mFeVBBCBIPTION ( Jncfurfnf7 roitage), MrxS MONTH, SOct PER YEAR, $3.50. ! THE OCTOBER RECORD. IVetal namber of "Worlds" printed daring Kckenentli of October, 188T, 6, 479 , S30. KAVJ!ttAGE PER DAT FOB. THE ENTCIIE MONTH, 1273,526 Copies. p . miff October circulation during the pott ttx years W.temparedt k; mietober. 1889 081, (IBO Coplet Cl0l)tr,15S,1 1,800,000 Coplei BficUiter, 3884 3.BOI .HOI Copies Eoefooer, 1888 4,007,470 Copies tertofcor.JSSO O 337, IBO Cop let Bttetoeer, 1887 8,470,330 Copies RSBM. Kf ADVERTISING RATES. svS 2V (Afste Measurement.) B&, Ordinary, 25 osnta per line No extra price for ae- Motable display. Bustneaeor Special Notice, opposite pdHortal pace. GO cents per line. Reading Notices, BUrred or marked "Adtt."l First pace, 81.00 per KiIImi Fourth pace, VI. KB per line; Inald pate, 81 fee Una, Hw J nl.ifor aifrliting lilli Daily WontD do net op. Hi ? tm H ro...

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. — 12 November 1887

. , THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1887. 8 'KMM I 'SPORTS OF FIELD AND IMG. I I INTEEEST ffi WBEaTLINa APPEABS TO BE ll BEYIVINQ. W Athletic Tendlnir TaTrnrd Football and Croe. fiB Coantry Rnnnlna; Amatenr Feather- 1 vfcU't Oeor Looking for a Fight to a 1 MnUh Frlie Itln and Qneonsberry Rnlei 1 -The N. V. A. C.'a Football Team. fU8T now the interest in wrestling seems to be rovivlng. The Pas time Athletio Club has always been Botlvo in this lino of sports, and tho big mat in tho olab-houso by the East River is nsod every day in the year. Such wrestlers as Lane and tho lato Joseph Qulnn were turned out up thoro and re. cent matohes and talk of others to come are keeping tho boys on tho qui vivo. Only two of tho threo prinolpol styles of wrestling, catch-as-catch-can and Grccco-Boman, havo any championship standing among amateurs in this country. Tho collar and elbow stylo is left out in tho cold, although it is tho most scientific and perhaps tho most useful, in an unexpec...

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. — 12 November 1887

Kv 4 THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, JNOVBMBER 12, 1887. I K SITTING ON THE SHORTS. mWK-I B ALL THEIR EFFORTS TO BRACE UP Wft FBQHFTLY CRUSHED. -X-, A Terr Tilth Range of Quotations Tolar Sjjgf Heading: Still the Itaoner Htock Home fjlf Ono U Keeping Telegraph Dnwa I Who U Jy1 Itf-Erle In for III Share of Allen. jS, tlon UocUlogT Taller Drlnc Beat rrleea, '1& li -;gj HE bnlli did not relax f 2r vFTIr thdr rip upon th8 &51? i JttLJ II n"u-'tot thii moraine, kj f TOTvV 11 ut on e contrnrj Js- VV nppliod the screw. W lfswEHX TlRorously to the nl. r5 II CtMl) vV realy demoralized ILJ!ffl2& hortg. WheneTor the ii ISraij latter showed their S, 8m-5( nc0(l(l 'n tno'r nt S lE'W'TJ tompUto cover, priced r igPJjsSejrcsgSs?' wore promptly marked Ls up and the result wag t e' Lf ' r a Weber rango of quo- & ""'Jl Ui ""' tatious than for somo rar i KTlLi' Q 'v 7 ' Beatllne continues P& I I'C ,m6' ! t0 be tho banner Kk Stock, and under the care of White and tho &( Wormsers Is ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 12 November 1887

I uTOBwcif sketch Zgij mWffij&Q THE SUMPAY WORLD M 1 J LOUIS STEVENSON, AUTHOR OF " DR. j aPT 1 &A VSV tW HAff "Pi PjiW . t 5llsw BILL NYE AS A CRITIC IN A BOWERY VARIETY i9 W ' AND THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH'S IMPRES. U I I ilffl flfU 'Vlll mT LXSr jJiiL. - JW SV Hflllllr 1 fflmf F "0RTH P0LE SEARCHING! THE ,JM 1 KMT, IIKaitT ANI Till! HKST. '& rJtr N fl! ffir 'M iBWflfi itr iffW tfMtti VSSSr VSf V y Jr V jp I THK HIINIMY U'OIIM) NT1NDH WITIIODT AH H I LZl - . " ' J,v-" ' " J"' r" ' mt' BBS i.mr.w, in A.Mi:itiOAN jouunalihjl 'H J PRICE OWE CEiNT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1887 PRICE ONE CENT. )9 I ALL BROOKLYN AT THE FAIR. i i .i DR. TAIiMAOE'8 Bid CHURCH A BCENB OF UNWONTED GAIETY. fcarnrr mi.m nnfl Clinnulna Matrons Sell Everything, from n Stlrk of L'nndy to n CookhiK Stove, nt tlio Tnbernncle's Hlxth Annual Fair The Vnrlou Tables nnd tlie Young I.ndtra Who Presided Over Them. Tho quaint nud staid, yet beautiful eiliflco which Brooklynitcs admiro and rctoro, tlio ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 12 November 1887

tV THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1887. I P' ntW4 by 0 Jw PtUHtMrnt) Co. PV' Et SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IS. KJ BtTBBCSLPTJON (Including PesHigt), H- fJEB MONTH, 30c; PEIt TEAR, $3.00. K THE) OCTOBER RECORD. Kl' Ttal Bnmber of "Worlds' printed dnrlBc K& month of October. I88T1 M 8. 479 , 330. h$ average fsb dat for the entire & month, B 273, 526 Copies. r- October circulation during the part six years K. eontpaml? Hfc Octooert188B 081,flKO Copies n October, 3888 1,309,000 Copies H October, 1H84 3,S0(I.VOl Copies c October, Mfl8 4,007,470 Copies I Oetobr,J880 0,397,110 Coplet R O0tr,JSS7 8,470,330 Coptct H ADVERTISING RAT153. (AgataMaaaurement.) Hy Ordinary, SS eante par Una. Montr ptie fore- Hfrvt eerAabktdliplaj. Bnainaaa or Special If otieaa, oppoatt Hpf JMItortal pt. 60 eanU pr Una. Raadlna; Motto, B starred or markad "Adrt."i First pa-, 81.00 par Hgj Kmi Fourth pic, Vl.liO par Une Inalde pus, 81 K yarltna. k fratef&rodir1llngtn IAa taffy WOULD Aonetap. Hfc at (a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 12 November 1887

1 SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING. j7REST IN WRESTLING APPEALS TO HI! REVIVING. I Athletic Tending Toward Footbnll nnd Cross Country Itunnlnc Amalrur Feather lht Georf Looking for a Fight to a Vlnlah I'rlun Uln mid tineensberry Rule The N. Y. A. V.'m Football Team. MUST now tho intorost iu wrestling seems to bo roviving. The Fas timo Atblotlo Club baa always bcon active In thin lino of sports, and the big mat iu the club-houbo by the East lliver is used every day in tho year. Kuch wrestlers na Lane and tho late Joseph Quiuii were turned out up thero and ro. f i cent mntohos and talk " y of othors to come are I. kooping the boys on- exgrx tho qui vivo. Only two of the threo principal styles of wrestling, eatch-os-catch-can and Gnoco-Homon, havo ' any championship standing among amateurs in this country. Tho collar and elbow stylo is left out in tha cold, nlthough it is tho rnoht 6cientiflo and perhaps the most useful, in an unexpected encounter, of the lot. Vliv collar and elbow wrestling 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. — 12 November 1887

4 4 TIIE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1887. I K;' SITTING ON THE SHORTS. K. p ALL T1IE1R EFFORTS TO BRACE Ur B rROMPTIiY CRUSHED. f R A Very nih Itnnsie of Quotation To.Oay BMiV HendlnsT 8IIII the Manner Hlork Homo HiS. On Is Keeping Telejnrnph Ilown ! Who Is HV Itr Erie In for ll ghnro of Attou. HW( lion llocklnsr Taller Urines licit Fiires. BH tifs i" .- 1IE buUs 1'tl not rclnx Hji JjK J I P 'elr "rip upon tho Brf i V ,J&f I market Hits morning, Hwv'' ffttiyi 1 ut on t'10 c(m'rnr' $t I If Vj VtH applied tho botowb Hk s$Ei)V vinorously to tbo nl. HVfti II Ml)l V ready tlomornlizcd Han )L(j shorts. Wlionovertlio H (fipxffi5?l lattor Bhowed tholr B tt?2$Hp2"i( l'cads In their at- Ht' Wft7 ,el"l't" to cover, prices HVit( flJBgJSrSJ"' wcro promptly marked K -!rrNs "P and tbo result wis Ka s "Jwl n lilKlier rntiRO of quo. Hi ""'l y ' tfttions than for soine WxWW- A i. & .m timo vaai' ' HJ, iPlpllj 'v7 '" Ucftdini? continues S-V I "' J-fl to bo tho bannei Hi," stock, and...

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. — 12 November 1887

I . jj I .ip- sIma'a Vm'st-n a. 'CSSI:'m ' mtHJHT FEATURES OP H , I THE SUNDAY WORLD. iSpltlf KWim THE SUNDAY WORLD fl A JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE " ' I rlST IllKtfA Ck mlYrC fCy'i$&S!lT5x TtSV sWA &Zt HI $ 1 Sslssi SHOW l EXPLORER GREELY ON THE FUTURE 'jHH 1 AND THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUCOT IMPRES. ' f1 1)1 wAI IXMMjl H3IL fff if& - J ffffil W 1 ffffl TOAInTd NURSES8? WItT"6 W v SIONS OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC. ' I ilk l"" I . IS 111 Wwi v SWttgiKalT vTM TvSg7JP itm U? (In WS I HI 1 I I I 1 1 t TRAINtD NURSES OF THE CITY &9 1 KST' """ M "' ' Tl"' 11-s'r' ' afiyj ailuWstvriWjVe?a i:tir.i, in a.iieiiioan .ioiiiinam.hm. -sH ' 1 PRICE ONE CE1NT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. H CHICAGO IN FEAR. Belief that Trouble May Be In Store for To-Morrow. j ' Elaborato Preparations Made for the Burial of the Anarchists. Jf Allowed It Will Ho tlio (Jrcatrst Fnnernl Ever Keen lu Ciilcngo l.nbnr Orgnithrn- lions Promise to Turn Out In I.miio Num. , tiers A Hrnss Hand to ...

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. — 12 November 1887

!? .; iff wm . . . T I --- - -- Ktitrtiing WmU. K SATUBDAY, NOVEMBER 12. Hl . &- BXrBBCBXPTIOH (Including Totiagt), W TSB MONTH, 30c.l PSR TEAR, $3.50. H THE OCTOBER RECORD. SfV Total number ef'Worldi" prlntrd daring UW lo BionOi of October! 188T, m 8,479,330. K average rat sat for the entire Hftf HOHTH, K 273,526 Copies. UEk , October circulation during (he part six years KuL compared; ErY' October, 3882 081,880 Copies K October, 388.1 3,808.080 Copies Ki October, 3884 S.SOIi.SlOl Copln H October, 3888 4,007,478 Copies K October, 1880 0,887,180 Copies mKtl October, 3887 8,470,880 Copies Kv H& ADVERTISING RATES. Hbsr (AffttsHescaremsnt.) Kfe Ordinary. 25 centi per line. rfoeitra prle farse- KL eeptabls dlsplsy. Business or Bpee If otloes, opposite HjjfL Editorial pass. GO oents per line. Rsadlmr tfotloes, Be' starred or narked "Adrt."l Fin pirt, 81. SO par B Unsi Fourth psce. Vl.ttS per Unst Inslds pafs, SI K? perils. H(, n.roU.for mJmtlrtii t I Daily WOULD do not op- Kfci 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. — 12 November 1887

I THE KJTBWINflnWiMlIyi BATtfRDAVuNWUMBWEWfl, 8Wi - stu , 191 I SPORTS OF FIELD AND KING. I INTEREST IN WRESTLIJM APPEARS TO BE 1 KEVIVim T Adlctlo Tending Tnward Footbnll and Crosa Country Hunnlna -- Amftlrar Feather Wflsjht Ororge Looking for n Fight to a Mnleh Prlan King mid Qnrrnnbrrry Rnle The N. Y. A. C.'e Football Team. UST now tho interest m 'u wrestling seems to tfjr Jm bo reviving. The Fas- li (nM la)i bus always been active xS5mt na 'n tu'B"U0 ' sports, f J club-house by tho ,, 3? every clay In tho year. VW JC) Buch wrestlers as Lane lV aa l and tho lato Joseph w, 1 Quinu woro turned Vtt out up there and ro ' cent matches and talk t of others to como aro J. keeping tho boys on ggTj3S tho qui vivo. Only two of tho throo principal styles of wrestling, catch-ns-catch-can aud Grreco-Itoman, havo nuy championship standing among nmatours In this country. Tho collar and elbow stylo is left out in the cold, although it is tho most scientific aud perhaps tho most useful, in an une...

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. — 12 November 1887

' 4 TnE EVENING WOULD: SATURDAY, WOYEMBEIt 13, 1887. J K: SITTING ON THE SHORTS. H AIL THEIR EFF0KT3 TO BRACE UP Bf PROMPTLY CRUSHED. E(v AYerrllljjIi Hnnse of )iintntlonn To.nni Htst Itesiillns; mill the Ilnttncr xtorL Home HE& One I Keeping Telegraph Dawn t Who la R1 ItfBrle In for Itn Hlmrp of Atten- Bf;" tlon Ilorklnff Taller llrinH llctt Prices. K ivu j HE bulls did not rolax bK Vylf tllttr Rrl,, u,"m tll Hg? y y!ff II ,unr'Jct 'his Morning, Bti f yjo'v 11 ,JUt ou tl1" conrary K? jl WJj? Vki applied tlio screws Em I ydraVV. VV vigorously to tlio fd- aaw ll mllf) V rendv dcmornli?ed Hnf ArfS$---Js sliortft Wheiiovortlie isaaV vffi$&Wt::l lnttor rIiowpi! tholr HPl &S4 0,nl't8 to cover, priors Kjj: J SwJ3?' wcro promptly linirlul HfHfS VlPs, up nnJ '10 result wns B&' " "JVv n higher rniiRO of quo. Kwj. "' V1 "" tntioI1B tlmu for B0IU0 t, ill,, n-i timo prist. J LHT YfSlF'li 'VtI '" KciuUlJR continues K& I I'l pShR t J)0 tlio lmuner atook, nnd under tho coro of ...

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. — 14 November 1887

I iMmmmr I T.AKT 1 Sfffe I t Aqm I 1 ' EDITION. Igtjl HgnHmjOff VWIP EDITION. 1 PRICE ONE CEINT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. 3 BO YCOTTING THE OPERATORS. - i HOW KNIGHTS OP LABOR WILL ID) THE LEHIGH MINEE3. storekeepers and HuiIicu Men In tho Yal ley Will lie Asked to Join the Movement Expected to Withdraw Their Trafue from the Lehigh Taller Ilallroad Ar. tuitminU for a Benefit Entertainment. (SPECIAL TO TBI XTTXIKO WORLD.) Philadelphia, Not. 14. Friouds of the striking minors of tho Lehigh coal fields yes terday decided to employ tho boycott as a J weapon against the leading corporations and firms in the Lehigh region -whom they regard as the most dangerous adversaries in the present struggle. While the output of coal shlppod by the Lehigh operators has heretofore been made the objeot of the boycott, the measure will from now on be directed against tho opera ' tors themselves and their business interests. Yostprdny afternoon a secrot mooting of leaders in r...

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. — 14 November 1887

H! 2 THE EVENING WORLD; MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1887. ; ' jEfv tub F' " K MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14. HjC BUnsCJtlPTIOX (Including rostagc), Kff fXRUONTn, 30c. i PER YEAIt, $3,60. H THE OCTOBER RECORD. HJk Total nnmber of "Warlda" printed during HjK tanBth or October, 1887, 8,479,330. HJEV AVE11AQE PKU DAY FOR THE E.NT1UK JPi WONTH, K 273,526 Copies. HkV Ofc circulation during tht past Mix wars Hk& compared: H Oefooer. 1883 081,030 Copies f, October, 1883 1,303,0(10 Copict &? tleiobsr, 1M84 3,300,301 Copies K October, 188B 4,007,470 Copiet B4 tleltbtr, 1880 0,3X7,1110 Copiet 7' Vctobr,1887 8,470,330 Copies HcjpE advertising rates. K5,' (A(it Maasoramant.) BhJ; Ordinary, 85 cents pr line. No eitra prloo for ae- K oeptable dlaplar. Hoalneaa or BpecUl Notloaa, opposite Ef Sdltorul pea. BO eente per line. Reeding Notice, HKl atarrad or marked "Adrt."! Flnt pee, 1.00 per Hfc Una l Fourth pat a, (1.85 per line: Inelde pete, II H$& per line. H!l ' rAerateradMrlMe0etAia(Iy WOULD d(iofaj 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. — 14 November 1887

m IS I THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1887. 8 HI I OUTLINES OF SOCIETY TALK. UYELT TIMES IN FKOSFEOT FOE THE SEASON AFTER THANKSGIVING. The Ohl Hoclrljr to Giro a Ladles' TUrep lion in December Mr. and Mrs. Jolin IHg-elatr Duck In Town Tor the Winter Plstlniutshed Guest to attend the Cham bcr of Commerce Banquet ToOIorrotr. fOIHEES dansonto, kottledrumB and ama. tour tlicatrlcals will nil bogin with some zest after Thanksgiving is over, but with tho ox. ception of tho Applo-ton-Ovington nuptials ou 'Wednesday OTen ing this week proin On Tuosday evening of noxt week Mrs. Charles H. Leland, wife of the President of the Sixth National Bank.will civo a dance st her home, 162 Madison avenue. The Ohio Society will give a ladies' rocep tion in Deceinbor. Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes, of 10 East Thirty-fourth street, will give a "tea" on Saturday afternoon, Hot. 2C. Mrs. H. D. Farwell, of 9 East Soventy. xtinth street, will civo a reception on Doc, 1. Mr. Lawrcnco W. Miller, a Wall str...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 November 1887

H 4 TnE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1887. 1 M&LLS OWN THE STREET. &' . OTOUKB BEGIN TO JUMP AT TUE OPENING V ANDKEEriTUr. HY tttnd'lnir Itrnchr 01) 3.4 by Noon nnd 270, Hj)W 000 Kbnres'of It nre Dealt In Amerlmn EpL. Securities In (!rtt Favor In London BRj, Gould's Hand Apparent The Committee IHr& on Rumors Busy. Hk'' The bulls hold high carnival this morning HjWV A&d forced the disgruntled shorts to desist in HrY Uiolr orooklngB about the financial and com Hj rntrcial prospects of the country. The boars HjjV'i,' Vrero hoard from but ouco, aud then it Hjw' Vrsfl in tho shape of a despatch R from Chicago that the St. 1'anl had reduced ML?? rates between Omaha and Chicago from 20 to Hk, 15 cento. This hit of Intelligence failed to H)K broduoe the slightest tremor, and prices went Hptf dancing up merrily until the bulls them M)V Beirea. contented with the profits accruing Mar'' from the advance started in to realize HE:- I Bnch misgivings ns wore created in rega...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 November 1887

XwmmmmMWv y'ifrffiiti&'!wSg!p ' "'WPP1!)' "yWi" "3BBMpiBt)fiBB If fB I . im Q O'CLOCK S'fS 6 O'CLOCK 9 1 ea A 1 HA. PC Mllite HwPf IP IriArnA.i J PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. SvLt NO STAY FOR COL. GEBHARD. TEE JTEW TORE CLUB NOT ENJOINED FEOM EXPELLING HUT. Jndare Barrett Decldei That (he Question Is Primarily One of Houor Between Gen tlemenThe. Club Tribunal the Proper One Of the Opinion That Counsel Should Be Allowed to Appear for the Defense. Judge Barrett Rftvo a decision to-day in Sol. Edward Gobhnrrt's suit to enjoin the How York Club from cxpolling him. Tho permanent injunction is denied nnd tho tem porary stay dissolvod with costs. In his decision, Judgo Barrett says: The Injunction Is asked upon an Inaccurate con ception of the real dispute between the pldntlff and the club. It Is not a question ot the character or propriety of tho plaintiff's hill, but one of honor be'ween gentlemen. The charge, In eubstanoe, Is that the plaintif...

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. — 14 November 1887

HI .f ,. THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1887. I Hf; TUB inning WotU. K, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14. HKy OXTBBOKIPXIOIT (Including Pottage), HRiUEV JnurSCcT, 30c. FSB TSAJl, $3.00. HR THE OCTOBER RECORD. H& KaJ Tetal mtasber of " World. ' printed daring HJlta month ofOetoher, 188T, 8, 479 , 330. Hp AVKUAGE PKB DAT FOB TDK ENTHU5 If 273, 526 Copies. ml Hpf etoBer circulation aurlng the fail rtx vtart f ?efer, 3999 081,080 Copiti fiV Oefeeer, JJ 2,309,000 CopUt mOefooer, Jt8 - 3.000,901 CopUt KY,Oetter, 188S. ...... ...... 4,007,470 Copiri MBC?ctoeer JS8. ..-... 0,397,160 CopUt WfoCctabtr, 1887 8,470,330 Coplet sbbyHt' - Hr advertising bates. Ev (Agate MMranment.) H Ordmary, 2fl eonto parlln. No citnk prle for M- e eeptabl dlaplay. BastiiM or Special Ifouoe, oppoalto Hr-Beltortel pact, SO mdIi pr lino. IU4dinf Xouom, bsncrrtdernurkod "AdrtM Tint pa. SiJSO par Hftllnot Toarth pa, 81. CS V Unt Inald pag, 81 HEt'ptrUn. Ht plf U tt JtonUf m. JTr do IX. rM tf lAol fcnt K.ov?ir flu jrr...

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