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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 November 1887

I g O'CLOCK m lfe 'lir 3 O'CLOCK - PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, J8S7. EVENING EDITION. PR fCE ONE CENT. .'H ? WHO GOT THE 81,000 BILL'! I , IT WAS EXHIBITED IN QUrER COJirANY ', AND NOT UNNATUKAM.Y VANISHED. -" Tlio Man IVlio Oivnctl It a Western Hportliig ,' iSpiitlcinnii Wlm Doesn't Want 111m Nnme Known Tlio Pcoplo Who llnnillril It IHInsIhr- Tom Ilcvlno to bo Arrctitrd on Slgfit Htory of n Sniulny Afternoon Call, No. 115 West Thlrty-flrst street, whoro n $1,000 bill was so iicntly spirllod away from a Eporting gentleman yesterday, wns utterly deserted this morning. Mrs. -Aunio, or "Mollio," Groy, tlio proprietress of tho establishment, went nwoy Bhortly after midnight without leaving her now address, nud tho other pooplo iu the houso followed , her example A colored man kept watch on tho Bidovvalk, nud to any ono having tho in- 'I side track who mounted tho steps ho whis- ti vicrcd infornintiou as to what had happened. ,5 Tho revised and correct...

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. — 28 November 1887

WKMWW'" " K ' THE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING, NOTK1VIBER 28, 1887. RTHfe WORLD. K&?r Hfk"' MONDAY EVENINC, NOVEMBER 28. ftr" K BVJiscitirrxoir to the xricxixa wWvl ' EVIZION (Including Voetnar), HJP rsn month, aoc. ; run yea n, $3.tio. ft' ; ByyV The following comparison is an unci record Hejp tif the actual, regular, txma-fldc edition of The Etv "Would printed during the week prtceding and Kjjn the week following the latt election Effj?, Wttk bfort tUrton, JJIer tttettfm, K$f: finnday 2(17,3(10 2(10,000 BSjf Monday 2(12,310 2(15,510 M(f;' Tnesday 257,0(10 2ol,0(H H- Wednesday 258.0(10 ni7,OIO Pg , Thursday 203,(180 2H 1,200 K rrldny 200, ISO 377.800 Bf riatnrdny 20(1,000 203,070 Hfv "Weekly nnd BemL JJ.I, Weekly 107,-120 107,000 t ft Total 1,022,020 2,170,800 Si W, fte underiigned, the paper manufacturer Rjift vhotupply the white paper turd by the AVtn York H Would, hereby certify that ire liave carefully ex. HE" cmincd the above statement of circulation, ami H solemnly swear that ...

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. — 28 November 1887

. " THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28, 1887. fy' aH WHERE A STATESMAN DIED. . JI1MILT0N GRANGE EIGHTY IEAR8 AGO AND TO-DAY. Crowded by the Modern Froirrese of New York, Although In the Country Whrn Dnlll Memories ol Alexander Hamilton nnd the llnel With Anron Ilnrr Which Cinder Around It Will It bo Destroyed. f "STl'ST on tbo edgo of j. II nn old houso which jKfl Vit in "ie "lost unob- ! iX servant passer-by fcj1 jri cou'd hardly fall to Mffllai "mi r. . Jlfli remark. It is built in II ftUW"" tho gty,o Qf other (nySi P J OaWILVOMJi'lj nmltho rGBed border III V" i of ox wu'cu runs Jpjjj ...,r..j N along tbo carriage flfin ""neVas. jLJ drive shows tbo growth sjj I , ,. BJ of years. Evon tbe jj - sound of a piano tbnt comes through tbe , window, and a clothes. iLc ' line woll hung with " !,V ":L'.yiiSjsr undorgarments, do not rob the old houso of tbo dignified repose which it brings down from another genera tion. Everything around it, howovor, tolls of the present timo and honr. H...

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. — 28 November 1887

KT?1'-' ' t rpjjlg WOIfcLD. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 26, 18S7. ' 1 1 BfiilRTr WOUNDED BY POLICE. ..:' . H&TESrEBATII ENCOUNTER IN THE STREETS F" OF LIMERICK SDNDAY KIQ11T. Bx &a Attempted UnvcIlliiK uf n Mcinorlnl In tlm HmL Manchester fllnrtyrit J.'ml. In IJIooilnliril KJ; Dr. Jolin JHoInrrtion ol'Nciv Yorli, Hprnk. K Inn When the Atlnck WnM.llnilo-IliiYltt ttTj CnrelU n Mo. "inont to John A, Nolan. Hpi fypirlglit, 1887, ty Thi rrttt PuUMIng Owijmhv (jru Hl- l'orh World), Hfc Mnciii, oadlc vztvxTcn 10 tub would. Hre Dublin, Nov. ST. Last nlKht Limerick wns lUo Ejj' Bcena of mucn excitement consequent upon too Hro Snliil of Dr. John Mclnerncv, of New York, to Rk' dellrer an oration to-dnynt tho nntcillngof Ilia Bn' memorial cross In St Laurence's Ccmotirjr to Hti? Allen, Larkln and o'llrlcn. When Dr. Jlclnorncy b7 ). stepped on the platform, wnicu vu crowdod, w, tncre was Immense cheering. A body of polleo K" mi present and very morth on tlia nkrt. Dr. K; Uclnernej went In 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. — 28 November 1887

k v;. v.i HH 6 o'clock :Ktfe mimr W' I 6 O'CLOCKI 'Si I HA lit A. I wH1 f W I E aTKA; " '- , tiBsfl PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1887. EVENING EDITION PRICE ONE CENT. ! MAS01NS BUILD FOR CHARITY. GRAND MASTER LAWRENCE OPENS TJIE FAIR L THE TEMTLE. The Objects of tho Fair mn( the Ilcneflts Ex pected rrom (lie I'rnposrrt Any linn Ladle Ilcgln Itimlnom with a ltuuli Ilnrd Work Which (Should Ilrlng Success Eighty Thousand JIIiuous Interested. Grand Master Frank II. Lhwtodco, of tlio Masonic Frntornity of tho Btato of Now York, never presided over a gathering nioro pleasant than tho ono which kept still long onoucli this uftcraoon in tho largo hnll of tho Masonic Tcinplo, Sixth ovenuo and Twenty-third street, to permit him to do clare opon tho grand fair and hazanr of tho vivos, daughters and Bwoothoarts of tho Ma rions of Now York and Brooklyn. Tho opening oxercisoB began at 2 o'clock. Following is tho programino : 1. Organ Ilro. Oco. W. Morgan Knlranc...

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. — 28 November 1887

WLym-jF . , "v THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING; NOVEMBER 28, 1837.' . "if feftiE WORLD. B.f .MONDAY EVENI.C, NOVEMBER 2a BfwVt ifipgpgaoitxpjfoy to ratr, xtrxmira Mfsl" XbtTIOIf (rHehidtn'ffJttiafy, WJtiTkiiJionTtr,30e, ?i&n'YX&ti, ?.C0. BJ.1 i.i i i i . i i . By "T'jWrfwfaj 'camparfoon Jr an raaci record Kfftiaetairrtgular, bom-fide edition) of Tne glgV jWeimJi pAntttl during the week preceding and '"'fASlitabnowin? (Ac last elections BiWt'&t?- 5' W,M Wr '""'"' -V" '". M'ifhmoay 207,300 203,500 HpUJHWBdiiT 802,510 C05.510 fcf ' ftaitamr 2flT,000 E.lU.oOO Hj&' -Wettueaaay 23H.000 817,010 8) Thurtdar. 233,080 284,250 W& -Many. 200,180 .TT7,R50 Mf "Satnrn'ay CiS,030 203,070 Kgi Weekly and Seml- ip .JVeekly. 107,420 107,000 & Total 1,022,030 2,170,800 H& TT, the under-afaried, A paper manuacfiinera HJL teRotvpptj tte triife- paper uted by the A'cuj York k Would, ftereoj certify that tee tare carefully ex- KraL emtnoa" fAe aoore stafemen. o circulation, and Hi, sol...

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. — 28 November 1887

J ' tiA -THEAvdRLbf Monday wmnrsxMsmEAl&t'mr: ' j i,:ft:M a r WERE A STATESMAN DIED. HAMILTON GRANGE, EiaOTI IEAS8 AGO AND TO-DAY. Crowded br the modern ProsTess of New York, Aliuoash In the Country When Jlnllt Meniorlen ol Alexander Hamilton nnd tlio Duel With Anron llurr Which Clutter Arannd It Will It be Destroyed t fUST on tlio edgo of Mnnhattanvlllo stands an old liouso 'which ovon tlio most unob sorvnnt passor-by could hardly fail to roinark. It is built in tho stylo of other days, and tho ragged bordor of box which runs alone tho carriage, drivo shows tho growth of years. Even tho fr - , sound of a piano that 6L ' comes through tho ,- window, nnd a cLothos- IfcjC ' lino well hung with 'v -Ifr ":u'.!;xz3;)r undorgarnients, do not yob tho old house of tho dignified roposo Whloh it brings down from anothor genera tion. Everything around it, howovor, tells of tho "" present timo and hour. Rows of brand-now houses faco it on overy sido, imposing struc tures in rich building ma...

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. — 28 November 1887

Kf" tTt igEWOIilDt MOAt EVENING NOVEMBER" 188?: ' IfaiWlNG DOWN THE STOCKS. B,K; BEARS HIES A HAD AM) ABB K0T aaaattf.ri Iff KVk Whk.rr11-Cnnor Crowd Pottlvo SB, C , (Th Grttad Trnak right to bo Curried On BWR'n,, hr tho Vndrblll illonej Tlght-MII-IflBf'i; Hob to bo Spent for reunion The Fall E$&i.' W from IX to IX Ter Cent. Kgr Events favored tho bears this morning, nnd gl.r'tfcey went for tho market in lively fnshiou. Ha.''' For komo reason or other tho 'NVli.to.l'enr Egf taU-Gonnor party offered littlo opposition to Ev the raids which, accordingly, wero inoro Hfcf effectivo than of lato. Hpf' Tight monoy is tho favorite thomo of tho H?Li bears who say that between now nnd tho B close of tho year thcro will bo K such n scarcity of funds that Hire4 'liquidations In tho ninrkets for K,i' ceonrities will ho imperative. They point to gf , the steady outflow of curroncy to tho west in Rpi support of thoir theory. On tho 1st of Dec., Mfr however, tho Treasury will bcR.11 l tho payme...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 November 1887

'I sssssssssssmsssnssssantr no wsSSSf W at. A Aj 'KiC A -r i" P? ti t PS2SfSSf'VVW aw a n OtTltv sKiBsCsinbiaJLaal'siiia)' ana SBBSBBa! EUTTTOM Bl Hl ISffiSSJw (CIBlHrlii T7TWFrr."Kr :l PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. H I i . 1 - -4B MASONS BUILD FOR CHARITY. t CRAND MASTER LAWRENCE OrENS THE FAIR IN TUB TEMPLE. tti Objects of the Fnlr nnd the IJencfttsi It. , peeled lrom the Proponed Asylnm I.ndles .' Ilt'tfln JIunlnoK vsllb n. Itiinh llnril Work I Which Nliould lirliiK Kiirrcsis lglur Thousand Vinson Interested. Grand Mnstcr Frank 11. Lawronco, of tlio Masonlo Fraternity of tlio Stnto of New ' t York, novor presided oTcr a gathering moro J pleasant than tho ono which kept BtiU long enough this afternoon in tho largo hall of " tho Masonlo Totnplo, Sixth nvenuo anil l Twenty-third street, to permit him to do- Clare opori tho grand fair and bazaar of tho wives, daughters and sweethearts of tho Ma- , sons of Now Yo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 November 1887

HHHSllRgMRPflP!ffi5 fSWrwvrwhis - . A 'yt AjJLareiaUt.ririu ,Jl " v i-t - ait p,"' &-''' WO BID. H3& i. KS- MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 28. Hff BVBBCmpxxoir xo xnr jsrxyisa KjtfL XDTXIOH (Including Pottage), K "TsnuoNTn, soc :rsn ye An, $3.80. kvbi BP-; ' 271 foUotiing eomparUon is an exact ncord mh , ef the actual, regular, bona-flde editions of Tint KF Y(ob printed during the tcfc jprccedma and MSl ' ft weefcoZtottfnj tt &uf election: ByL tr &eora tUelton. JJXtr oUtlton, !? Ranter - 207,300 803)000 B& Bfenday 202,010 200,040 H$ Tuesday 207,000 200,000 Kf' Wednesday 208.0(H) 317,010 KV Thursday 203,080 284,200 Kir Friday 200,180 077,800 BfetW Batarnar 200,000 203,070 p.) Weekly ui Heml- K Weekly 107,420 107,000 Ho Total 1,022,020 2,170,800 Eft, Tr, f7liin&Tfjnod, fA pn;xrmjmrtCMrfr BL vftovnfo " pajw wd by fAe Aeto 1'orfc B& Won, Acty6j certify that tee tote carefully ex. Ht ' amined the above statement of circulation, and Bfe. solemnly sicear that it corre...

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. — 28 November 1887

1 wwseppto WimWmmBKIKKm 1 WHERE A STATESMAN DIED. I, HAMILTON GRANGE EIGHTI IEAES AGO I AND TO-DAY. W Crowded by the Modern Progress of New I York, Although In the Country When I Unlit Memories' ol Alexnnder Ilnmllton I and the Duel With Anron Ilurr Which I Clatter Around It Will It be Destroyed f M VftjSL Mnnhnttonvillo stands II vggs-nn old houso which jTy VlT ovon tho most uuob- Ewr Brvant passer-by ffi. 1rg5 could hardly foil to SfnUirv"i7.lfnf remark. It is built in In th0 w of thcr dys- H 1 1 MAWI8.V0W.I fj and tho ragged border III """ IrJ ot box wllicu runs J -k. I n nlong tlio carriago. ' JW I " ' ' drive showstho growth 52) I I of years. Even tho ft sonnd of n piano that ' U comes through tho window, and a clothes- Lc lino well hung with " " " "''..,.AV:.,;?;X- undorparmonts, do not rob tho old houso of tho dignified rcposo which it brings down from another genera tion. Everything around it, howovor, tells of tho present timo and hour. Rows of brand-now houses face it on o...

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. — 28 November 1887

wBmBHBmmmmmmmWff&ftfKKpi "sWUV jtSffifyMff "'asV.yasV v-tnKuKvmS!FVFw!9' w ' W" WHffifflWwPwgffifflHHRBIWWWnPHP' HHHBHnHPjPnMHnWV'' J W iWwS " r u tt? f xm v JkAJEi WMRJUSSSj; JaWCVnJtaBVJE jn CTWfw.f. WSJ,I Hrr '? '' 'w' " .' ,. i )) my?tyi' ""r, " -f -' 'raw BfeW T1IE ST0CKS- Bv ISvBSARS MAKE A RAID AND ARE KOT & orrosiD. Hpt' MRMii W Whlte-PfariBll.Connor Crowd PnMlre Hv Tbo pnnil Trnntc Flajlit to be Carried On Huk t the Tandnrblll Manor Tlglil .1111- t-fi Hon, to be Hpcnt far IVnulon The 1'nll. Wt&fi or from ltf to 1,' rcr Cent. ili?', EronU f AYorod the bears this morning, and jg Insy went for tho markot in lively fashion. 3p For some reason or othor tho Whltc-l'enr. fju ll.Connor party offered llttlo opposition to 55' the raids which, accordingly, wcro inoro Mi offectlTO than of lato. g Tight monoy is tho favorite themo of tho JE, bears who say thnt between now and tho H oloso of tho year thoro will lio Sf-'-. mieh a scarcity of funds thnt , liquidations in tho ma...

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. — 29 November 1887

I f?lf.fiB".'.PfffB' rB L I t ( 'firvsgggsp (" M JJ ' I-C9BB fRtCE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. LH MOST'S CASE FINISHED, j The Evidence on Both Sides All !ih This Afternoon. Mr. Howo Sums Op the Case for Most and Mr. NlcolMortho Pooplo. The- Gat her Ins Woa Very Qnlet and Fence fnl It Would Tie "Absurd" to Make Threat! and Ucfy tho Uw-Ue Handed ft Reporter Notes of Ills Speech Jin. Hoffman nnd Many of Ills Anarchist Friends In Court Questioned by Mr. llowo and Judge Cowing. i jTTH of the Court of General ,'. f Ny Sessions wns taken this I y MS morning when Judgo A Y?y . IP a Cowing ascended to his rxfkJMw iH f place. Johann Most . fepjSj'J cortolnly could not V a Z" V complain of a " be(j I J p A V garly array of empty I 7 " 7f"a,U'gk8nchea'' as ho mado ljJascSjL his bow from his placo '' '" ; r)L 'n witness-box. T fifs n rv$ieS h10 wero Bcorcs of) lj if Anarchistio friends of WE J Most in tho chamber, re J A- "1 a...

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. — 29 November 1887

Hip TUESDAY'EVENINC-NOVEMBER-$9.,',. Bu sfio.'floioi'i' c y 'nit -i i fi'" tCBSCsirnox to xmsJ etekixo Hy ( JZDITIOX (Including Tottage), BF ' i'XK month, 30c: rsn tsah, $3,50. K j f HcV J 37k fallowing coinparUon is an exact record HfV y W cc'urti, rrytOar, txmaVldV) edition of Tnx Hft Would pn'niaZ dur-inj (Ac tewfc xreccding and Hr the xecck following Vie last 'election: ' H tTW Mrt. AftivHctlm. Hft- Randnr S207.300 1205,000 K Monday, 02,510 805,510 . Vandagr 267,000 200,500 E& Wednesday 208.000 317,010 Kfr? Thursday 203,080 284,200 K' Friday 200,180 377,800 PSj' Saturday 200,000 203,070 HT Weekly and rjemt- K, Weekly 107,420 107,000 Bfh Total 1,022,020' 2,170,800 Jp 11V, ft tindtr(jnnl, fAe pajxr manufacturers KK icAo tvpply the ddte paper used by the AVrto York Htv Would, hereby certify that we liane carefuUy ex. K.- amirud fA a&oc statement of circulation, and K1 solemn? rrwir fAaf M corresponds tcith the Kp " omoutii o uMte paper mppHai ly ut, uted by HEfi ' Tbx Would...

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. — 29 November 1887

I ": r -i.-'HgglzE 1 HOW GffitSGETuT A MUSCLE. il i OHE WAT Iff TO Ef TUB rf SWXGCfEE ' I KINEPIN 60ATMRERS " 'OF Kftriokr1' Tho DoirllaaAller I a Popnlar Place to 'Tone Up" After a Menaou or Hocliil Plastpatlnn Tcnnla Indoors Another Form of Uecrcntlon Gentlemen Foot the Hills for tho Prlrllrao or Looking On. k ySSjSSNGEithasbecomotho ff Washlon for young Pwl JJindies to cultlvnto nth- ' I Iro5fsn'c"c8' CBi'0C'"y dur- I IJLw WJj 'p ling tho winter season, 1 ! Lfvffl IvwJ SSf tbo tennis courts and xfOMjfWfPl'OwlinB alloys in t riwnvsrr town av i,oen ,n "' i WI I ImvklJ Broflt domand. Somo iS 'V 1 YW of thoso, liko tho Ton. j f'Jl'h iW!jJnis Building in Forty. first street, which coinblnos facilities for both V tennis and bowling, thcro being two full. sized courts and cloven alloys, have bocomo 'very popnlar as social institutions, andjfor tho coming season will bo tho headquarters of n number of private clubs. Tho Forty-flrst i street building will number among its con- tingent of ...

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. — 29 November 1887

IWiWIWfWWWivMWMWW111 W. MWmmlmmWmWM I SHARP WINS. ML, i BKp' frV8 becn vcr7 conflclont of final success. K?' cd n largo criminal uractico at ono Hi Wmo and vu for eight years Jadce H-- bf criminal court and havo conllnuoa of tlie Ht&-' opinion that the trial court erred in the nrl. su Anisdon of evidence Tho Court of Appeals j&a bivO sustained mo in that opinion." Kf1 MWIiB SURPRISE AT T1TB DECISION. Kb & j Opinion of Lawyer nml Other" Tuo News E& I "' Given by "The World." C Trin Wonu) nave tho first news to the mkh Crowds hurrying downtown this morning of H& ihe decision of tho Court of Appeals to givo Btf ATncob Bharp a now trial. K& When tho brief bulletin appeared announc- Har Ins tho decision which elves tho prisonerrcRi BrT, dent of Ludlow Street Jnll n new leaso of lif 0 BM tho thrones who always look to TrtE Would l& . for tho best and cnrliost nows stopped ns fel'"" though of ono accord and for n moment, Kjj While tho few words wero being eagerl...

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. — 29 November 1887

1 II O'CLOCK :lfe 49' V I 1 'CI-OCK I 1 PYTPA fPLlllfr (ffilMSllft Bffllflllf IH 17VT15 A 1 ; JBAriuL WW lWWW I JjATliA.l -a PRICE ONE CEIN'T. . EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. 'IB T1IE SUBWAY WORK TO STOP. - GEN. NEWTON SAYS THAT THE TRENCHES MUST BE CLOSED ON DEO. 1. . lie niaclntm All ltraponslbltlty for tlio ! ! charge, of 5,000 Laborer Contractor I Crlmmlii far the Agitation of tuo. Hint. I ler Additional Trenches May be Opened j If tho Weather Permit. Tho agitation over tho discharge of 6,000 laborers on tho Electrical Subway work con tinues. Tliero seems to bo no prospect of a revocation of the order closing tho trenches by Deer 1. Gou. Newton, Commissioner of Publio Works, was seen this forenoon by a Would reporter. Ho said : " I cannot sco why we should lmvo all this talk and agitation oor this matter. Wo have proceeded in an orderly and quiet manner nboat tho work nnd with a view towards tho enro and protection of" th...

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. — 29 November 1887

segggaHr A' ' 9 assHBr M' M KIE WOULD. f 'TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29. Bfrrt V KsrsffcjzxPTojv to Tij: xmyiira Hk i XnXZXOlf flncludtno Postage), K- IrXRMOA'TII, 30c l PER YKAH, $3.50. BK t ' ' Hft! ' 97t following comparison is an exact record K'ji ' tt ccfufll. rrfftitor, 6mio-I tdiliont of The Hb Would printed during the week preceding and fv, ''i tkwfc following the last election: KkJ irto (bre tlottlon, Aflrr.Urlton, n'Sfinnday 207,300 20.1,000 K'-tt Monday w... 202,510 203,6 JO fr-T.t.dnr 237,000 200,500 K'i Wednesday 208.000 317,010 H Thursday 293,080 884,800 Ki Friday 200,180 377,860 Wm Batfnrdayj 250,030 203,070 Weekly and ' Heml. Br ' Weekly 107,420 107,000 HLi B Totals i 1,022,020 2,170,800 K 11V, the undersigned, Vic paper manufacturers Bka vhosypply the tbhite paper used lay the Aieio York K Wonil), hereby certify that we liave carefully ex. E'l emitted the above statentent of circulation, and Kiwlcmnly swear that it corresponds with the K&ramount of white paper su...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 November 1887

I . v . ' ' "'""'B 1 ; ; THf)p. WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1887.. ,jfl - 'HOW GIRLS GET UP A MUSCLE. 5 , ONE WAY 18 TO JOIN THE "BWAGGER MSEP1N BCATTERER8" OP NEW YORK. "The Ilowllni.All.r la' n. FepaUr Place to " Tone Dp " After k Heitson of B.clol ' Dlaelpatlon Tennla Indoor Another t Form of Iteerrallon Genllemen Fool Ik ft Ullla for tUe Privilege of I.o.klnp; On. fC yfiSJsNQE It has become th o 1 R rl ffu'''lln 'or young J lk Uy Jjjladies to cultivate ath m V I rfitinasrfjrj'ct'cs, specially dur 2 I L TlnWLlinf l'n' n0 w'n'or season, 1 llfliivMv!)ll laff le teunla courts and I Awi llW bowllBR alleys in i i wlll WWmy 8 demand. Some 2 V'll I iWWvWl oftlicso.like tho Ten I llWfcJnl8 Building in Forty. J 'flnt street, which combines facilities for both tenuis and bowline, there being two -full- t sized courts nud eleven alleys, havo become ) very popular as social institutions, and, for tho coining season will be the headquarters of ,n number of private clubs. The Forty.fi...

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. — 29 November 1887

HI f V' WONT I GIVE IT TO HIM!" m I , "iOUiN I. SULLIVAN CONSENTS TO FIGHT HjC ' MITCHELL WITHOUT DELAY. Kb Kr ttlietr slackers Meet To.Day la Malt the pBcT .Necessary Arrangement Sullivan's Hw' Great Financial Knceess Ho Farehuei jE& ' '940,000 or United States Bonds-Ills Rjg' Tint Appearanro nt life Westminster HrT Aquarium. HK ' t frpyrtyhl, 1B17, biTht Prt PtiltUhtn'l Comping (A'lit Hkj? Vnrk 1IWM). IKi tariciAL cadle orarATCii to tue would. Bj& London, Not. sa, J, I. Sullivan made his second Kh tow to the London public this evening, uppe arlngat H. theWestmloaterAquarlura. nls previous exhibition Kr In St. James's Hall was distinctly for the peerage E& This evening the of poUoi haa their torn, and the; H turned out between nine an ten thousand strong. PBt3 Puglllttlo peers however, were not to bo dcnlc l. H$ and tlio assemblage of ordinary young men ami PbB& evcry.day young Indies was sprinkled with coro- EL ne'ts. Sullivan wus looking the very pink Esf ' of pug...

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