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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

THE WuuliU; TUESDAY EVENING, NOVlflftllMMtsfci, 1887. 3 'f$M THE BEST THANKSGIVING PRESENT. 1 MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK, 1 NOS. 156 AND 158 BROADWAY, W (INCORPORATED 1850.) $ CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR NEW W INSURANCE INVESTMENT BOND I ' Example at the age of 25, AJMKDTTNT, 10,000. M For the above amount the total sum agreed to be paid shall not exceed $7,539. (Payable in ten annual instalments of $753.90.) ,j$M THE COMPANY GUARANTEES: W rjPQT MThat tlie amount of $10,000, together with all dividend accumulated shall be paid should death occur at any time within twenty years, PAYABLE AT SIGHT, on receipt of proofs. H flnOlB WITHOUT DISCOUNT. .kl SFPdND That MATBRnd ShaU b8 FULL PAID IN TEN YEARS; that lt sha11 PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFITS of the Company during the twenty years., and that it SHALL THEN, fj The Net Results of the Investment Being as Follows: II Amount cash returned, guaranteed by the Bond, - - - - - ' m . , $10,000 WM Add accumulated profits, ..---.--., w 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. — 22 November 1887

awjBtawaw.BBtBBtawatawaw.BBM!saBBgMBM r 4 : THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1887. K' THE WORLD. K& i rtu$xtn at rrttt rWtUnt co. Wflk. TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22. aHLir Km, evBBCJtJPTioy to mr. rrnxwa PtSfr' EDITION (Including Votttiae), Rf PJriJ MONTH, 30c. t J'Klt YEAlt, $3.BO. Kg; BVfi' " The following compariion U an exact rtcord H$E; o fAe aefua', rrjufar, fconn-yWc eilitions of The Kk Wobltj printed (iurfnj fAe tcfrfc preceding and Hyk & week following the last election: ji IT.. btfort tUrtton, Jfttr tUetton . B& Bandar 207,3(10 803,500 Rl. Monday 202,510 . 205,510 WLB Tuesday 257,000 250,300 B&T Wednesday 25B.O00 317,010 K3P TI.nr.day 253,080 2H4.230 Wfrti Friday 200,180 877,H50 Kffi; Hatnrriay 250,030 203,070 RtfL Weekly and HcuiL Kjft Weekly 107,420 107,000 K!L Total! 1,028,020 2,170,8(10 Ej& " We, the underigned, thepaper manufacturer M. who supply the wtiite paper tued by the New York j Wobld, hereby certify that tec have carefully er, Rft e...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

I TnE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1887. , 5 ?S ;. IgFORTS OF FIELD AND RING. lOEOGGAN SLIDES AT THE FLEETWOOD ' RACE TliACK. nrfri' n 'l"' the I'nYorltr In the Coming fenlbnll iSninc Tlio IIciiIiik on Hiiilth nml ' jllrnln Scolllnli-Aincrlcnll lloxlng- Com. t pulllonn Athlete In (Irnngo Hknlcru " i Jtcmly for Their Annunl .licet. . fm ftHJJffljIjlffi EALTHPUL sport will if MWWklill' w'ntor' Preparations ' EvO- llfflEjftMirt nro a'rcnty making for PfeiTTMmWil 'wo mlncnB0 tobog- CTTOililDiRnu Blil1cSi nofrom f- IW BlwJn I Iv ill tho emul B,nml tn iho '" ' -SiSlHP v (11 lmlf-m"0 i,ost ftn1 iho u r Offll ' "!y Lp other from tho back- i- IjHM?"5 Pl rtrotoli buck to tho e pl (vTRtl1"1' s tu nil. Tho '8 . a. VtTw " Americas' Winter ' ' kX s YfSm Cnrnivnl Company, of l5 ez v JlJ -4 Now York," compound .a "S -f "fk of such men ns Alfred n "Z Tr '1 Cordova, County o 'gJAVF" - Clerk Flnck, Sheriff ,B ZT Grant, Frank Hardy, li Gabe Coao nnd Secretary Floyd.Jones, havo lo palters in cha...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

Rltf ' R . THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1887. I K , - 7- liPearl? II You Dirty B&y! . 1 H B AN EXPLOSION IN I McNDLTT'S DBI-MS STORE, f ' 533 EBCHTH AVE. h Not Dynamite, but an explosion in prices. Wo inaug- Hf urated a halt' prico hiiIo oi' Dress Goods, Silks, Clonks, HS Suits, &c, on Saturday and will continue the same for this Kt week. K TO-MORROW, TITAXKSGirnrG EVE, OPJSXto 10 P.M. Hi$i Every article nuirked in plain figures and at half their HP former price. We mean to keep FA1TII WITH THE PUB H LIO and inako tliis a memorable sale. H 533 B712 Wrv... NEAR 37TH ST. Plain Facts ABOUT THE GllEAT Mr 8t-Class Honest OVERCOAT SALE. Wc have told the SIMPLE, petrified, Cast-iron TRUTH about these THOR OUGHLY FIRST-CLASS, HONEST. TAILOR-MADE OVERCOATS. Our reward has been THE BIGGEST BUSINESS EVER DONE IN NEW YORK. These arc THE REGULAR CUSTOM-MADE $20 BEAVER, KERSEY AND C II I N C II ILL A OVERCOATS, REDUCED TO TWELVE DOLLARS; THE FINEST $30 SILK-LINED OVER COATS EV...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

J1 I 0 O'CLOCK I "ilr rf Y4. I 6 O'CLOCK I M I JjAIHA. ISrWfc' ftSY wy!plp JZiAlrLA.l m w PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. JH i GUTTENBURG'S CIRCUIT, t Sixteenth Day of the Associa tion's Autumn Mooting. Tha Weather Plmant, the Attandanoo Large and the Track Very Heavy. I The notion About Evenly Divided by (ho 'T ' Favarltea and Noa.Favorltee The Win tiers Easter, tlrlcr, lien Tbompeon, Bight. J Hainan and Wlndaall Entries nod Prob. I mble Starters at Clifton To-AIerrow. Aufam-Oapt, J. M. Nelson and n. Sohaltie, lr. ftfrlary-R. Whitehead. Sioetr-Wllllam Kane. WICUL TO TBI WOBLD.) NOBTH IIPPSON PKIT1KO PABK, OCTTKNBDBO, U. J. , Nov. ft. The weather li flne anil there Is a Ilirjc attendance) hero to-day, but the traok li very heavy and the time neccsaarlly slow. The racing began with an easy win for the favorite, HMtcr, and was followed In the second race hy m ike favorite Neptnnua and cecond favorite Drier k? bein...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

K.vfj4 THE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28, 1887. W P CflAMnON OAKNEY IN TOWN. H1 i Hpr is ne here to force jack vauliffe H& to fight not ? Rm lie Arrived at the Grand Central Depot W Barlr tht Moraine lla Giro Ills Oplo- Hhr on of BIcAntlftV Flhtln-I)r. Hugh. K&- Sara MeAnllffo Wanted to Qnlt After the Rr Tenth Round Carney Gaining; Weight. Kw A stoutly built figure, mufflod up in ft Mr K2t overcoat with an old-fashioned English com- KM forter round its nook, sprang off the train E& that rolled Into the Forty-second stroot Bq station this morning. It was Jem Btf Carney, the light-weight champion of oil HP England, and tho way ho grasped the hands H&? of Billy Tracey, Al. Smith and Tnx Would Hp man made thorn all know ho meant it. Car- Efy noy has run up seven pounds sinco tho sting- gW? ffis on Bevcre Beach, and now scales ltd H& pounds in his olothes. Ho looks as sprightly MSS' and bright as a cherub, and tho black about fjfi' his left eye is fast disappea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

$ . THE WOKLP: TUESDAY EVIflmWG, INUVEMjIlSK iW, 987, mwTWrQM THE BEST THANKSGIVING PRESENT. I MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK J 1 NOS. 156 AND 158 BROADWAY, W (INCORPORATED 1850.) CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR NEW I INSURANCE INVESTMENT BOND! Example at the age of 25, AMOUNT, $10,000. j For the above amount the total sum agreed to be paid shall not exceed $7,539. (Payable in ten annual instalments of $753.90.) jfl ' THE COMPANY GUARANTEES: I FIHQT "attmi5??SStJ?!'!10,000, together with all dividend accumulated shall be paid should death occur at any time within twenty years, PAYABLE AT SIGHT, on receipt of prooiV 9 p llBU 1 1 WI1H0UT DISCOUNT. jfl SECOND That MATURE ShaU b0 FULL PAID IN TEN YEARS ; that lt sha11 PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFITS of the Company during the twenty yearg,. and that it SHALL THEN j ffl g The Wet Results of the Investment Being as Follows a M Amount cash returned, guaranteed by the Bond, .- ------ $10,000 '$M t Add accumulated profits, -.----.----. 1,580 IB ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

BT,f' 1 THE WORLDi TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22. 1887. the world. jJjjJRp'' JMdttIV,MiM Ct, H TUESDAY EVBNINO. NOVEMBER 22. H HVtiocnxrrxoK to run xritifwa jJjHf tIDiriOH fXnefwdlno reiiagt), Hl K;, ' TntOtlmelng compciriion It an vtati reeord HBu 0 M norurtl, rtgutnr, UmnjtU ntltioni nf Tits B., WORM) irinM during Iht iw iirrnnlfni; anil Ko (A UtttkJtlovilng Ih toil Mloni HpF irt tiAf alMrfea, ,1c afaeHe. U. MBr ii(iT,mN ttno.niK) i?. Monday unu.nio ii,oo HP TSMday HATiOHO Uftll.ftOO jjHEU' Wr4ntir tins.mio nn.iuo Bjf ' Tsarsnay An,iino fM.tlOO kfi ' VrldM UIMI.IHO UIT.HAO Ki',' Hmrir wan.oAu sun.oio jJBtp Vltlr and Mml- jJjM Wfiklr IOT.480 107,000 jBp . Tul i... i.oua.ono g,iTo,aim HbV " W, tfl mWtignt lhpnpr tnaiinfacturrii R ' whotvpi'lv In teAM nijir lined hy thf AVik Fur' Vfl World, ArWy tvrf(fl ""' " '!' rnitfully n. ft'V flm(nrl Ih (I'xifc srVirVinmif (i WretifiiKim, mwl RH fllemnly swear (An it coireiiKmif. tr(A A Hp? imounl a "'"' r"l"r i,("nl t'U tn, iiil (iv K, l'UN Woit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

. L THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1887. r-VM SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING. TOBOGGAN 6HDE8 AT THE FLEETWOOD RAGE TRACE. Xlurmrd a Utile the Favnrlto la th Canine Fastball Ouoi-Tha ntllng an Hmlth and Kllrnln flcottlah.Ainertean Doxlng Com petition! Athlete In Orange Skaters Keady for Their Annunl Meat. ffl SMlHRj EALTHFUL sport Trill IHH IwIi RTE M rolgn nt Fleetwood this Iraf OvwG BarM winter. Preparations IH jT IiImcSaNwIIh Rro n'r(,ay making for IthJ 'feiffllrWTTOlBi two 'mmon'8 tobog. KIIIi llaiW'Iralilfci"'! Rnn B'c8' one from mill ItWlHl KTrirt k &ranl "tond to the wjHl illfiiyTO half-mile port and Uie Tjf mssKmr JIM other from tho back lfV JgP& li tretcli nock to the ijP 1 vv firan'' stand. The Jfs. V jA m. " Americas' Winter rwX y YrSCamlvnl Company, of SSyQ Jfcl ,jj3 Now York," composed " bt SI of such men as Alfred l? r - do Cordova, County jsjgjjjgj- - Olork Flaok, Bhoriff rf Grant, Frank Hardy, Oabe Case and Soeretary Floyd-Jones, hovo matters in charge and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

mmg9Vff?f'r THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 18S7. ' ' H. , , ffc. a ii ! ii i mi n i i - " 1 i jr 6LTS ? Kr PEARS' SOAP, 15 International Award 5a?o Unwrjaf. If AN EXPLOSION IN I McILIH DRY-GOODS STORE, K 533 EBGHTH AYE. Hp' Not Dynamlto, but an explosion in pricos. Wo innuff- Kf urated a half price tmlo ot Dress Goads, Silks, Olouks, Hr, Salts, &c on Saturday and will continue the same for this Kr week. JO-Jlf O JJUO IF, THANKSGIVING EVE, OPEN to 10 P. M. H' Every article marked in plain figures and at half tholr B former price. Wo mean to keop FAITH WITH THE PUB- Hfi-" WC and make this a memorable sale. K 3MCo3jxjiJT,75r & oo., t 033 8TH AVE., NEAR 37TH 8T. Plain Facts ABOUT THE GREAT Mrst-Class Honest OVERCOAT SALE. We have told the SIMPLE, PETRIFIED, CAST-IRON TRUTH about these THOR OUGHLY FIRST-CLASS, HONEST, TAILOR-MADE OVERCOATS. Our reward has been THE BIGGEST BUSINESS EVER DONE IN NEW YORK. These arc THE REGULAR CUSTOM-MADE $20 BEAVER, KERSEY AND CHIN CHILL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

I' T Aom I "feJC" , w "w T . A QT1 '9 EJDTWOTO fPLlilfr ISSk CffllBTlfl EDITION 1 " FMEE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION NEW AORlvrTlTSDAY SPMPEU l87- EVJ2XIXG EDITIOX. PRICE ONE CENT. M OFEMTOflS GETTING TIMID. i , eroCEHOLDEES WATCH THE CLIQUES AND iDEAti SAUTIOUBLY. ttnalness Yielded a Little nt the Opening Tals-lilornfnj-.bnt the Hull Moon Bhawrd Tbelr Hand and filer Bounded Iiark Aaal I.cblch Deetoran n KaruUAuuual Dividend n Spite or the Strike. Opciatornwere in a quandary this mom. ing. In fact, their position might bo llkenod to-that of a mm who had atip on tho bull's Irorns and wis afraid to hold on or let go for fear of the consequences. Holders of stocks Unacquainted withitheinside vorkings of tho cljones were loath to sell orto keep what they had, fearing a rise In tho one cats or a fall in the other. The renewed activity of the .boars - .yosUrdny nud tho ..threatened " squeeze" in money miulo the course of prices moro than usually uncertain. DiiringtboHrBt-nlteen minutes or B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

K; o i THE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1887. I W& CHAMPION CARNEY IN TOWN. m & IB Ml HERE TO FORCE JACK JTAULIFFE Kf TO FIGHT HIM ? Rv He .Arrived at the Grand Central Depot Hf& Earlr thU illornlng-IIo dire III" Opln- Bft' Ian f MeAallOV Flghtlng-Dr. Hughes &t Bara McAnllrTe Wanted to Qntt After the Ev Tenth Hound Carney Gaining Weight. m A stoutly built figure, mufflod tip in a big Wk overcoat with 411 old-fashioned English com- HV fbrter round its neck, aprang off the train Ht that rolled into the Forty-Eecond street Kjfo station this morning. It was Jem BEgf Carney, tho light-weight champion of all BJ& England, and tho way ho graspod the hands Hp of Billy Tracoy, Al. Smith and TnE World HJM, man made them all know ho meant it. Gar- Bbc ney has run up seven pounds sinco tho strug- Hra gle on Bevere Beach, and now scales 146 B pounds in his clothes. Ho looks as sprightly fund bright as a cherub, and tho black about his left eye is fast disappearing. ms...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

my v!,"wW!",''W''awewrw'Tseyee ' ' "'NwpP'TPfflpW - ", W T'llliawsEvlHsW'TlW'i Mm JBI I 9 -1 THE WORLD: TUESDAY ErVKINUNG, Iuvii,jii5im 22, 1887.' jp r9 ! THE BEST THANKSGIVING PRESENT. I MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK, 1 NOS. 156 AND 158 BROADWAY, j a (INCORPORATED 1850.) 1 I CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR NEW i ! INSURANCE INVESTMENT BOND I f ' Example at the age of 25, AMOUNT, $10,000. i J For the above amount the total sum agreed to be paid shall not exceed $7,539. (Payable in ten annual instalments of $753.90.) 9 1 THE COMPANY GUARANTEES : I CIDOT That the amount of $10,000, together with all dividend accumulated shall be paid should death occur at any time within twenty years, PAYABLE AT SIGHT, on receipt of proofs,' H linOBi WITHOUT DISCOUNT, . U OfpfJWn ..That the Bond shall be FULL PAID IN TEN YEARS; that it shall PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFITS of the Company during the twenty years, and that It SHALL THEN a The Net Results of the Investment Being as Follows: fl u. Amount ca...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

El 4 THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1887. I IlTHE WORLD. TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 22. gVBBonxpTioir xo tujs xtt.xinq JSniXXOy (IncUUHna Toting), PER MONTR, 30c. PER YEAR, $3.50. " The following oompariton it an exact reeord of fAs actual, regular, bona-JUie edition! of Tne Would printed during the week preceding and the week following the latt election: SK W.k btfor tl.etton, Jttr efaeffen. & Bandar 207,300 200,000 9 Monday 202,010 203,040 im Tetdy 207,000 200,000 'jM. 'Wednesday 208.0OO 317,040 $$j Thursday 203,080 284,200 sfflf Friday 200,180 377,800 'aj, Saturday 200,000 203,070 Kp Weekly and Herat- KP Weekly 107,420 107,000 lj Tetale 1,022,020 2,170,800 HP&' ",FefAflimoVifjned,fA paper mawjacfurrr fi5p teKotvpply the white paper uted by the Ifew York Kh1 Wom-d, hereby certify that we have carefully ex. ttW amined the above ttatcment of circulation, and n lotonnly twear that it enrretpondt with the Kij amount of white paper tupplied by ut, uted by vo Ira Wonrj ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

vffH THE WORLD; TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1887. 5 ' $ SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING. - TOBOGGAN SLIDES AT THE FLEETWOOD t RACE TRACK. narrard a IIt tie the Favorite In the Coming Football (lame The Betting on Hnilik and Hllraln Scottleh-Anierlcan Hoxlns; Com. petlllona Athletes In Ornnco Hkatcrs Hcndy far Their Annunl Meet. BEALTHFUTj sport will roigu nt Fleetwood this winter. Preparations nro already making for two immense tobog Knn slides, one from tho grand stand to the hnlf-inllo post and the other from tho bnok strotch back to tho grand stand. Tho "Americas' Winter Carnival Company, of Now York," composed of such mon as Alfred do Cordova, Cottuty Clerk Flack, Sheriff Grant, Frank Hardy, Gabo Caso and Socrotary Floyd-Jones, have mnttors in chargo and nothing will bo loft undono to add to tho pleasures of throe months' festivities. Tho track is to bo flooded and frozen so that sleigh racing by electricity may havo a chanco and tho space under tho grand etond is to bo cleared out, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 November 1887

K toJEWOBTO; TUESDAY EVENING, NOYEmJER ??, 18S7. I MM rVu . . , , . -. T ; 1 1 Pear Si li Wr yT amaBamawlaaaaaaaaw j 5r H 4 cPSrSiSiaa. & Mou 1 Pae&MaaaW.'QeSieaaaa. Ht ,J3' QjatatatatatatatataTi JaataTaatal a Barron Si Ir BWamWuMaW .. jBBremwMDGaaV m. B . , JHKjVJSHjjQB , 2, 1 BBBBn BBBBBBa ftfcJI 'f MOBWmTe. rJWWHMlW r. a bbRtSli ? ;HtHSjf7iX4MnliuBvVHH a. P El 3 Dy JSfa jj AN EXPLOSION IN I wri iri-ms sim K 533 EIGHTH AVE. BHU Epjt Dynamite, but an, explosion inprloes. We inaug- f uratjedL a, halt price salo ot Dress Goods, Bilks, Cloaks, P Suttft $o,, on, Saturday and will, continue tb,Q sajae far thjs $$ "week. K TPrJgQR&O W, TlfAKJSSGIVING EVE, OPEN to 10 JP 2 Ml , WT articlo marked in, plain figures and at half their K fprjmarjjr.icQ. Xo nioan to V'QP, IfAtTH WITH THE PUB K JJ and, lnako this a memorable sale. Hk 033. 8TH AVE., N EAR 37TK ST. Plain Facts ABOJJT TMM GREAT ffiqqt- (?la ?$ IfQnest QYERCOAT SALE. ' Wc.have toi'ti the SIMPLE, PET:RIFIEP, CAST-IRON IXRU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 November 1887

I 6 O'CLOOr lk vj, I 6 O'CLOCK II 1 PltlCE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1887. mNlNcTimiTION. PRICE ONE CENT. 19 HOST'S INCENDIARY SPEECH. rOLICEMEK EEPEAT TO THE JURY WHAT TIIE ANAROHIBT SAID. A OI Crowd of Witnesses1 for the Prisoner Fill the Mcnrral Sessions Court A Jnrr Obtalnrd Without Much Difficulty The (Stenographer Who Took Down Ills Hpeecli Conversant With Herman. Tho resumption of tho trial of Hcrr Johan Most before Judgo Cowing, In Part I. of tho Court of Gpncral Sessions .this morning, brought nnolhor great crowd of curious peoplo to tho brown Btone conrt-houso, but threo peoplo out of oyory four -who applied for admission to tho court chamber were turned away by tho doorkeeper, who had orders to admit no one not connected with tho trial as lawyer, witness Or reporter. . Notwithstanding all this, there woro not Beats for all tho peoplo who were per mitted to enter, for thoro wero fifty men arid womon who presented subpoenas ns witnesses fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 November 1887

P 'jf f . THE WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVfifflNfo ffpyffMBER 23, 1887. " "the world. Kt'i, TnWimhtlnsrrnrtUMns Co. ML . Hj WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23. H& BVBBCRITIIOX TO TUB JSTJUfiyO H EDITION (Including Toting), H .ran xontii, 80c t Pxn teah, $3.so. K " The following comparison is an exact record Kfc, cf the actual, regular, bona-fltle edition 0 Tnr Ki Would prifUrtJ during tfie iweJfc preceding and f i A week following the last election! Hfj !? MVe Ueftm,. .sIw '((. H&f Sunday 20T.30O 205,000 HgP Monday 202,510 205,040 Hl, Tuesday 257,000 200.500 Kt Vedneaday 258.000 017,010 K?T Tnaraday 253,0S0 284,250 K&' Friday 200,180 377,850 HP Saturday 200,050 203,070' HfU Weekly and Heml- Bl Weekly 107,420 107,000 Hf Total 1,022,020 2,170,800 Kfo " We, the undersigned, thepaper manufacturers K' teAo supply the white paper used by the A'ete York Rv Woiui, hereby certify that we have carefully ex- Kjf' amined (he above statement of circulation, and Hf5 solemnly swear that it corresp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 November 1887

. THE .WORLD: WEDNESDAY ETEWmG, NO VEMBER 23k 1887. 3 Wm DOINGS OF SOCIETY PEOPLE. jUXI NEW IORKEIM AT TUB KEA8BEI WRIGIIT WEDDING AT NEWARK. . The Moat Brilliant Society Evant Been In Newark for Many Year The Ceremoar Performed In Ihe Ttnaliah Style A Wed ding In PonghUeepslr, One In Elizabeth and One In TliU City To-Day. JSZ$ E8TIVITIE8 oo. v fzTff caaioned by tho near SXfJcy IT Wonclt l Thanks VwXiC2'V Bavins will bo moro W nKw Cfnoral to-dny than 2toWjj5X-J!w others. Out-of-town vltf lftiH&) ,'B"11 aro numerous hM n&br m0B prominent mIijiI SkT'Sj out-of-town event, nt X Lv whloh many New -V3jjy?SL Yorkers were present, rfSfegkfej was tho marriaRo, at mml WE. v?H8r 12'30 'clock tuIs nftcr lJiullV SS at 5 noon, in Newark, of mv M TKoland Kcasbcy and ""m imwk Miss Minua WrJRht. rl WMHV dauchtor of Col. E. II. Wright, ono of Oen. MoOlellan's aides' dur ing tho war, and granddaughter of tho lato United States Senator William Wright. Tho ceremony was performed in Grace Church,...

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. — 23 November 1887

PVT ' THE Would t Wednesday evening November S3, tear. JTf Hf AMERRYWAK0FRAE110ADS, Bf Hfcp' 'STlil ORAKD VRUM FOrHQ OUT EATEB ap When closed canals booh subinebb. R BmTn th. flhlppera r Well Hatlifltd Hb" kbd Horry Their 4lood tint to Custom. H& crw-Tnlk or . Inl ta Unit Air. Bully Bp from tho Prrtldenoy or tho Itlrlimond Ht Terminal A Dnj'i Doings In Wall Birrrt. Bfcv , Tho stock market wi nt sixes and nt iotoub H3f to-dnv In tho first half hour of lmilliens Hfcl omo shores vroro strong nnd ndvnnooti, while Mf& other jrieldod under tho pressure brouRiit to Kl, bear nffnlnst them. Tho Viuidorbllts, St. I'nul, K WUvillo & Hnshvillo, Union rnolfio, Erlo Bp nod Paoifio Moll' rccoivoci hull sup. Hot" ibrt, -whllo tho bean devoted their He;- attention chiefly to Western Union, Heading, Kk), Jjnclcftvronnn nnd Now England. Thoy sold fr (ho last-named down from el to 80, and tho K bucoces of tho raid on this Rtook finally K Wiped ont a part of tho early lmprovomont. B$?, Tho b...

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