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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 1 December 1887

I TflDTTTO'Nr (PUlliJlt bniSw 111 (Oil MM llH TTwrnT-fvivx m I shUL i jlkjvi . mW' SWn wVifV HjUHIOJNI, f 1 PRICK ONE CENT. , EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DEC EM 1)1211 I, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT U I GREVY MAYSTAY AFTER ALL. BELIEF THAT HE WILL SHORTLY FOEH A 1 NEW CABINET. ii fi lie illndo No Communication to, Parliament ,Y TbU Afternoon Minister Ilauvlcr nnd I IIU CollciiHUr. Will Again Kralgn Their I Portfolios Two Hbocka of Bartliqualie In ' I the County of Lancaster, England. (I israelii, OABLZ TO Tint WOBLD. I Pabis, Dec. 1. The Ministers held a coun 9 oil at the ElyBee this morning, when Fresi. ,M dent Grevy informed them that the situation V having changed he did not propoflo to make any communication to Parliament this after. noon. Premier Itouvier will announce the Presi , dent's decision to tho Chamber of Deputies JR at the opening of this afternoon's sitting, and ' will at tho same time dnclaris that ho and his colleagues will again resign their por...

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. — 1 December 1887

BBaHBBBMstHMWstTfffHFss" 'i""fii"fcm'''3i WfMBBBrHBTTmr' 'lrBMi'lsinU sBMrrWsMsTTiiisWMWfiMsTn'sMsMilfM BflflflflflffM S Wp-WWII Tv"'7y Ti" ' m ' " ,V'jVTpwr 'W8r '" -vftfWTi, "' Taw , '-r"57V " B-VftBftmp ' , 7 y ' IB" Mfcl r THE WOULD : TiinV'-DAV EVKIVIG, DECRMBFK 1. 1PH7. HaBliir f -i ... ' ' ' ' ' " Bt THE WORLD. auBKt '"v HP ' THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER I. jKni toTmBCJIITTIOlT TO TIIJ3 JirJSXlXQ IK ' JSniHOlt (Including rtistaae), Wu$ ! "PJEB M0NTU 80c' ; ri:n YEAn $s.bo. Wk BY, The folloteing comparison is an exact record ffiwK .'Of Vie actual, regular, lona-fuU editions of The MtH ""Would frinlnl during the iceek preceding and VKtk iXhe tecck following the last eiectlont WC PjBRr llfc &tor ettetton. Attr tUttl. KIBv Bandar 207,3(10 2(13,51)0 KsaBv 'Monday M02,510 iilio.ulO HIVX Tuesday 237,0(10 8611,5110 BBO Wrdaciday 23H.(10 317,1110 M Tbnradny 2,13,(180 2H 1,200 BBJ& Trldar 2(M),1S0 377,800 HHK fitaurdnr 200,030 203,070 BBBBl JVoekly and Hcinl- BHBK7 Weekly 107,120...

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. — 1 December 1887

. . . 1 m TnE WORLD: THURSDAY EVKMiNG, DECEMBER 1, 1887. 3 9 . : VH 1 SECRETS OF THE BOX OFFICE. jeayeiiling actors reported to be gathering; dollars in past. pd Hnilicrn'. Ills Uecrlptsj In notion anil Dlxry'a Huccr In Cnllfornla Dcacrlhcd k by Tlirlr Mniiruriri Sophie V.yre I.enee. n London Tliculro An Acceptable Produc tion of l'orncl-.IIe-Not " itt Wullnck'n. yOww gSSjj? It R A N O E 31 E N T S &f .Jt iKBa 'lnT0 ',ctm 'llao by vwi wit '"""EerFrohmannnil 1 2 4 ( jfy u,s ornamental star, y) r vbf Eil Sutliorn, to givo S rXZ "Tho niGhcst Bid- fl vi (yi$ dor" for a short mid- !l tv'Mt I ill Bummor engagement sJm jr , I) in Loudon. Although jJf22rpQ3rJ "10 authors of the flfS-WTi fenP l,'ny Messrs. Morton 'llsAll J'A nn Roco, nro En- iKHW? Blish, "Tho Highest IWfeU. Bidder" has not been f f jfeyvjlR" l'rcsonlcd abroad from &ViV V. tho fnct thot t W0B I )WM. th0 SotuoruB) wll0 nr0 Cftid to hnvo pnid to tho authors jCI.OOO. Mr. tjothom has been oxtromoly successful in lloston, ...

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. — 1 December 1887

HP ' I IK" Mr , 3 TIIE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER J, 1887, ! H TIIEY BEAT AIL BARGAINS, Ef TRDUTB AT THE MASONS' FAIR MAT TAKE tfmX THE THICK EVERY TIME. K 'lK Ts ladlea Alnklna; Morn of n Hurrce of It ,H Erery Pur Cnrllonils of J noil Coining :H In n i'llis nni' !"l Out ua l'nrrhnst'-- HB Tho Price I.ov. Too Hnnir. nl tlio Nlghta kIK''-' Inlrrrsl In Tnllnw Cmiii-.l". PK ANY tliiiiKN Wnnlifitl KHB 1 f&K$ci ' hv" "iu "":'' '"'''" kIW Mj K B "li'K "l tlio Mtli'vrtilk KUkJ II A Vj A ""J'"" l6PCll(UllOHt)lH IkKH' I A ZsLAsLA Ii'ndiiiu to tlio mooting HHL KQw?y7Ai?tti liftlli MnHonlo TeinplH, ePHk 1Hoj7a5Ai "U'H0 nftornooiiH mul MlBgl. ri DiB La. uv'n'"KH' '"10 whim BIB y DM?!? 5 St nm lniiKlitern anil Str vSfM(lli(' I Bwcfitliinris of tlio HJK. v!J5su-n?( f 'llsons f Uroofclyn laaB5' H r&W 1-ISfiJ- "mt " "lty BUt't:(;(''',',l Hv I fnl'OTlffti '" wnwilmi: into tlio Hji I all f y)!y Tcinplo nil tlio vnlii- jKi KjJlJj'yy y ahe, useful nnil prttty HL ' S t K'H of their frieti...

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. — 1 December 1887

I Hpt'CLOCK Igjtlllilfc rrt' II 5 O'CLOCK f l I l Ja AllLflu Will' g&$10 3;WW'W h AlKA. I 1 i PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. If J - .... KM i SIIAEP FREE ONCE MORE. j . j RELEASED ON $40,000 BAIL FURNISHED J BY TWO SECURITIES. The Did Man Outside Ludlow Street Jail 1 for tlie Flrt Time Since July tie Dlcru J Ilenoan Hlchardaon While An-altlng Ite. ' I en He To Ilemnln nt Itli Home Here Until Stroud Enough to Go to IIU Farm. I ' Jacob Sharp breathes tho air of freedom '' to-day. Ho -was admitted te bail in $10,000 I by Justlco Barrett at noon. ' At 10.10 o'clock this morning Deputy Sheriff Kaufman went to Ludlow Street Jail and sorYcd upon Warden J. P. Keating an order from Sheriff Grant, signed by Under i Sheriff J. B. Sexton, which road: "Tako I Jacob Sharp to the Supremo Court, Cham bers, at 10.80 o'clock." Sharp had panned tho night in restlessness, ns usual, nnd hnd but just turned away from his frugal ...

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. — 1 December 1887

BHPVJ THE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1887. J ; rW-f'(raE world. RCaE!' rrfURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1. , t&wKy ' rH1 'CXTBBcjuTTioir xo mn jsyxvixq MaWiP ZniTIOy (Including Pottage), II Hl J I'JUJ 2tmTJT 30c" ' rER YEAIi $3.60. jf Er, 2?" following comjxirison is an rxaei rtcord i'Erlvv .rfAo actual, regular, txma-Jldo odirtont q Tub flHp , (Would printed during (A wee preceding and t'HjHfA. ( lttetwl;,bltowfno:fAiaf ricoftonr SfBEw IFm rertm. Irrslxftoi. IKii tittnany 207,300 205,500 ''OH?'"' IMonduy 202,510 2UA,o40 LfKU, ITncsdny 857,000 250,500 ''ilf- ' Wednesday 258.000 317,040 iBBE, 'Tlinrsday 253,0R0 284,250 HrBiMf' JFrWay 200,180 377,850 KEaaH''' fintur',n: 250,050 203,070 iBvKHfcs, .Weekly and Hcinl. BjHfr' , Weekly 107,420 107,000 HHL"'' 'Total. 1,022,020 8,170,800 KsbbBsV i Wf. the Undersigned, Hie paper manufacturers K9H. &o t'PPly tltc idiite paper wed by Vie A'ew York fMttsp IWoblij, lureby certify that ve naoo carefully ex- EajHfc;( o'rnined Vte abotc...

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. — 1 December 1887

I $A THE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING: DECEMBER 1, 1887. 8 B 'SECRETS OF THE BOX OFFICE. fBATBLLlNQ ACTORS DEPORTED TO BE 1 GATHERING DOLLARS IN EAST. fed Polhern' BlaT Receipt. In Boston and DUey's Buccraa In California Described liy Their Mnuagers Sophie llyro Lenses Loudon Tliculro An Acceptable Produc tion of " l'orsetOIo.Not " at Wallnck'.. & Zjj JILJw b&TO boon mnclo by V iffi i UWl Slonagcr Froliman nnd Y$v w a Ills ornamental star, Jl r vbp Ed Sothern, to give 15 HJ "Jho Hlghost Bid. JT y (i$K. der"fri short inid- &i m10&? )iI summer engagement kWi f ,M Iff 'n London. Although JotlirM L-A 'J 10 nutuors of the WiJtfauMlfr Dmy' Messrs. Morton fiHiSrA an Kcoct oro En. KMibSS W Csh, "Tho Highest WJW- H'ddor" has not boen ff SrttVjlVJT presented abroad from ifc&Pr&SkV tho foot tuttt il wns P'S. VflS 1 own exclusively by i nwfcui tho Sotherngi who oro eaid to have paid to tho authors 1,000. Mr. Bothorn has boon extremely successful in Boston, nnd Messrs. Itich ...

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. — 1 December 1887

Bjji THE WORLD: THURSDAY E7EN1NG,' DKCEBEBER , 188?1 V . IHp ' THEt BEAT ALL BARGAINS. IjflHgglil ' TRUMl'S AT THE MASONS FAIR THAT TAKE PiHi ' TUG TRICK EVER! TIME. eaVaaaaKb? r Ad,e Stnhlnc Mora of Hacceta of It me, HE?? Srerr Dny Cnrtlamli of flood Coming K Hri '" (s'n '"' )olnf Ont n l'nrrbaaea- mk HBb '? The Price Loir. Ton Some of the night Vjjptvi Interest In Voting Contests. flH'' ANY thliiRS bountiful BRhWtI' My g JfW Jiinp nt tlio nidcwnlk VagaBW' J - f A7 A ns you ascend tho nteim mt HMSlr lJ3JvAy IcimHur to the meeting KliiHBE. RSsSIlXSkSo!. hall, Mnsonlo Tomplo, KEbHk rVTMHrfivnyl '''cso nftcrnooDg nud KHaaKk't JlvQctJL&mi ovcnuiRS. '1'ho vivos KaWaaaaW1 ijrMwWTL nn dnnchlers mid IkB; t 2SsiSlM)jnE TecllicortR of tlio KBHb" lJKli!'SL Jr Masons of Brooklyn BflklEL'1 VW'y'llmiW ftD "''" twn foresaw BBhhI4' IVT&'hSwJ- hnt if they succctdptl HmHkL' I frf H'lftTlm 'n cr0Wl'mK 'nl "'0 K. " I 3J fV Temple nil tlio vain. sbbbbbbH7 vJWlJ. uSS nblo, useful and pretty BHR ...

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. — 2 December 1887

' ianaaaawls"s","is"SS"a""H"M"H""P"f"PJ"P Hl V !- 1 ir - , -'IH JMf I L .. . , i ,r I IgO'CLOCK mffa ffe ' Tl If ji I 3 O'CLOCK I '9 J u -, - , , , 9 J PUTCE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. ' 19 1 HOT SHOT HUM 1WDKRLY. s ' GRUMBLERS IN TUB KNIOHTS OF LABOR I GET A BEYERE DRUBBING IN HUHT. S The General Master Workman Hare the VJ Mtn Who Talk Ho flinch Abont Founding ,'j New Order Are Just the Olen Who Would Destroy It If Farmed Let liacu Knight Clean III Own Doorstep. 'S iriciit, to rai wobld.J '. PurLiDELJ-niA, Ceo. 2. Powderly's second ;'! Iottor to the Knights, published here In the 5 Journal of United Labor to-day, is considered t a " oorker." He gives the growlers and bo. called secessionists a sound drubbing. Mr. v Powderly seldom indulges in talk of this . kind, but when he does hit a blow it comes , i straight from the shoulder. ' " When I hoar men talk of Beoeding from the organization, with tho threat of start...

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. — 2 December 1887

B " n II H 2 THE WORLD FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1887. . &l $tKfn-vro,RLD, 'P' ' FRIDAY EVENINC, DECEMBER 2. KB. i BVBBCRITTXOir TO TUB ETESUfO Bk EDITION (Including Fetiage), K , B MONTH, 30c ; PR JTTAJJ, $S.BO. IBL THE NOVEMBER RECORD. p Hl Total number of Worlda" printed during fc'EMS ttoe month of Norember, 1887, iJm'i 8,505,840. f IMfe ATOKAOH rEIl SAT JOB TIM BNTUU5 giffViw MONTH, Up 283,528 Copies. BBk rbwmeer cfrcutation durtnp the pott tiz tieart EHW'.'jrowmbar, 2889..,. 043,80 CopUt BBff t.jrooemear, 1883..... ,.l,801,07O CopUt KEKTr.y lfpvmbr, 1884..., .' 3,83,834 CopUt WBHk'hXbvtmber, 2883.,.,.. 4,048,433 CopUt BBBjilAWmttf, 1880.. ' 0,107,430 CopUt MMra-VevamUfy 0.887 3,303,840 Copies WEi-' . IHP, ADVERTISING BATES. Hi iS (Aiata Measurement.) gHBE,'.' Ordinary, SB eenta pr Una. Ko extra pile for ae HR.1 eapUbla airplay. Buslaaas or 8peotal Notioea, oppoalta MRi.l'l' Editorial pace, 00 cant par Una. IUdln Notices, H'atemdormukad "Adrt."i First pica, 81.00 par MBl'?...

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. — 2 December 1887

grffl!5ciMWywBlHHB ! T - . I - - ' " ;- 1 (' ti j i t . vwiggfl 3 THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING; DECEMBER 2, 1887. 8 9 .SOCIETY'S PASSING SHOW. j i . J 'jlN OUT-OF-TOWN BALL THAT MANX NEW I0BKEES Willi ATTEND. i Jffr. Uroohi nnd Mis Rklllmnn lo bo Married j Jjext Thursday Mr, nianlco to Give n J rjteceptlon Tbl Afternoon aira. Hatter- I tliwalte to Receive To-Morrow A 5 Theatro Party to See " The Besuin." N OUT of town ball thnt many Now York, ors will attend will bo given by Mrs, Vail at Vail Court, Stamford, Conn., on the evening of Doo, 23, in honor of Lor daughter's birth The Ohio Society will givo its first ladios' reception for thiB sea son on Doo. U, at 236 Fifth avenue At tho reception given to Joseph Cham berlain by Sir Lionel "West last week at tho i British Legation, Mrs. "SVhitnoy woro a gown , joado entirely of white, crystal and pearl not ii ting over whito silk. Mrs. A. M. Whito, of 2 Piorropont ploco,, .; Brooklyn, will cvo a recoption this after. ,, noon. Tho marriogo 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. — 2 December 1887

f rHT TOfi would . rnrpAY evening, dkceribeh 2, iesfl J fH'. P '"I IIK'.vtf1 I LOVB'8 IJIPOBTOHITT. EflH' DT KM. M i. (IDDBh lEfti'iN IWll msrrj me, darling. BMHa&W Foil pood, will jou not t HHm -, Vrc Uld oal llio garden D And flnliiied the cot. IkSBBSBBBBsTaTrX iBWiL I'tB train nna bright room. lor, FMb' V That look toward the West, IasbbIbbbKiv Tost you, on, my sw.esthtsrt, HBi May call jour own neat. jH&V Then name the dajr esrly, P,aHk) ; For time's on the wing- TbbTbbTbVV' The aezton la waiting Hftf? ' J0-011' 10 riDt- EpHr J, Tontl mary me, darling, PHyp Full soon, will yon nolf I.Kf.w'' Andrslirnas mybride tilBn't1 in oar dear HttlocotT NaBr - i lonie, the Pride of the Mill; clKl OH, THE H Daughter of aJKnlght of Labor.' HrV 'ATHRILLINC LOVE STORY. Hk cnAinnu L BlL-A' To lor. aod be bsloT.d ..... Btt. . la the on grand dtuo at a nudn'i 111. HgV; If. Oaocon, R& It mi on the 10th of January, and Intensely cold HPi ; In Hew Tork City. I am particular a to the date, ...

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. — 2 December 1887

'"'ll ' LAST mftu. M&W MBTdMMiri I LAST II "' 1 ' EDITION. PC pS 6lSWlP- I EDITION. I I ' "II PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION NEW YORK, FRIDAY, .DECEMBER 2, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. 4J HOT SIIOT FROM TOWDERLY. QRUMBLER8 IN TIIE KNIGHTS OP LABOR GST A BEVEUE DRDBBINQ IN PRINT. Tl( General Master Workman Hays the Men Who Talk Ha flinch About Founding a New Oriler Are Jnit the Men Who Would Destroy It If Formed Let Each Kulht Clean Ills Own Doorstep. special to m WORLD. J Philadelphia, Deo. 2. Powderly's socond letter to tbn Knights, published hero iu the Journal of United Labor to-day, Is considered a"corkor." He gives the growlers and so. , onllod secessionists a sound drubbing. Mr. Powderly soldora indulges in talk of this kind, but w lien bo docs bit a blow it comes straight from the. shoulder. ' 'When I hear mon talk of seceding from the organization, with the threat of starting an improved order," ho says, " I fanoy that they know but llttlo of the trials, tho d...

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. — 2 December 1887

'nBr '' 2 : Tni3 world : Friday evening, December 2, 1887. t KlHE WORLJ). flHffJf FplDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, laW&f SvsapjiirTioir to tiijh Mrxmya ' RHft .- JBDIIION (Including rottage), tHf ' iia month, 30c. 1 psn ysa n, $3.ao. Hf . H '. THE NOVEMBER RECORD. k: iHr' Tela) number of World." printed durlatT ft" sMrf "J ofNovember, 1887, Bf 8,S03,840. wJK-. AVEUAGU TEH DAY FOIl TUiS ENTIRE lBf 283,528 Copies. HaRl " b, jrommter cfrcufaf (on durfnt; the pott elz veare HHH, Jtovembtr, 188H.:., 043,801 Coplet HKY1 JTotcmber, 18N3 1,301,070 Copiet HH&K Xovember, 1884 3,84S,834 CopUt iflRY Jfqvevtbcr, 1880 4, '48,4B3 Coplet HMH&i - JTaermfrfr, JSfifl 0,107,490 Coplet BHffV itifnbtr, 1887 8,303,840 Coplet flaLlLVr"! r KKt' ADVEItTlSINO KATES. bl .- (At Measurement.) BHgi''' Ordinary. Sfi oenta pr line. No itr price for se- HHbr teptAbldUpj7. IlnshinM or Special Notioos, opponit BHS i d!XnI P. 00 cut Br Una. Reading NotlcM, BjHfjp td or narked Adrt."t ITint pi. tU.OO pr HflH? '. ...

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. — 2 December 1887

aW""Bi1,5HfHIPWHlllWlBlBHBBBP . THE WORLD : FRIDAY EVENING; DECEMBER 2, 1887. . 3 WM SOCIETY'S PASSING SHOW. t AN OUT-OF-TOWN CALL THAT MANY NEW YORKERB WILL ATTEND. x o IUr. Tlroolia nnd Ml.. Bklllmnn to bo Married a Next Thursday Mrs. Mnnlco lo Give n p Itrcrnllon Tlila Afternoon Mrs. Halter- s thtvalte lo Hceelve ToMorrow A Tlientre Party to See " Tlio Deaum." I lijJJpfaygtrgp that many Now York. F lom) ors w'" nttend will be lyi'H'M'tffft ffC glvon by Mrs, Vail at (S5&kfil ffl v VftilCourt' Stamford, ww?; Conn., on tlio evening j7t- jjjar of Deo. 28, In honor of &XJ$W$it$ cr dnugbter's birth. wsrOC7U Tho ohl Socloty JmMiJM! will givo its first ladies' JPTfcfctJKMf? reception for this sea llSti 8on on Dcc' ' nt 230 ViSrara Fifth avenuo. . wjj)p$JWj5jMm At tho reception i fc'firf3iS2S5fflclvento JoBophOham- "J 7S;borlain by Bir Lionel j WiS5'Sv1" "West Inst woek at the ( British Legation, Mrs. Whitney wore it gown c made entirely of white crystal and pearl net- f ting over...

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. — 2 December 1887

aaawaiBBBBBBBBBaaHr7J "?, HHI ; , ' THE WORLD : FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1887. P A. H. KING & CO., .H THE RELIABLE BROADWAY CLOTHIERS. IHltL While tho ontiro WHOLESALE STOCK of $400,000 W. worth of FINE CLOTHING recently purchased by us is 'Kl , now ready for tho examination of intending purchasers. jgH'1'. ' wo shall announce from day to day, during the coutin- IK uaiice of our K GREAT "DECEMBER SACRIFICE" SALE, !'H', A "Special Hun" on omo particular "Linn" which will bo " niarkod" for Kr EBk'- ll10 OCC",on nt prices impossible) for other dealers to approach. IB : FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WE OFFER iHp 2,000 Extra Heavy Men's Overcoats, worth $10,00, at $1.89 $ 1.400 Men's Beaver Overcoats, worth $12,00, at - - $4.89 Hf-' 1,650 Men's Fine Beaver Overcoats, worth $16.00, at $7.99 WKk ' 900 Mon's Heavy Cassimere Suits, worth $12,00, at $3.89 B ' ' 2,400 pair Men's Heavy Working Pants, worth $3,50, at 69o. I K' 6,000 Warm Overcoats for Boys (a new lot), worth $4,50, at 99c. Hp -...

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. — 2 December 1887

5 O'CLOCK jBmftU '"JlpL '&&& W 5 O'CLOCK I j PRICE ONE CENT. , EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. ll GREW HAS RESIGNED. i ; 1 ! t ' His Message Read In the Cham ber of Deputies. Crowds Around tho Parliament Building and , Much Excitement. The President ("lives nil Ueuom for Leav ing OOlco Congress Will Meet nt Ver. salllcs To-3Iorrow Hussion Nihilists Knrprised and a Bloody Want With the Police Follows Angry Strikers Assault Constable In London Eight Badly Hurt. BrrciiL 01DU TO Tim WOULD. I Fatiis, Deo. 2. Thero was great exciUmont whon, shortly nftor 2 o'clock this afternoon, it was announced that President Grovy's resignation had boon road in tho Chambor of Deputies'. Tho polico bad much difficulty in looping tbo crowd away from tho Parliament building. Congress will meet to-morrow. Following is tho toxt of M. Grovy's mes sage of resignation! " 80 long as I had only to contend with tho difficulties that have ac cumulat...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 December 1887

9H 2 THE WORLD : FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1887. IB THE WORLD. BV.- rsttU4tttsrrrMUAt . Ev P FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2. HB'- BVBBCBXPTioir xo ma xmimira KH"' JOmiOV (Including Fesiags), HfKH meb uosrn, 80ct -p-ejj aj?, 3.tf 0. VH THE NOVEMBER RECORD. K EKri Tata ainkn f "World." printed darter KK i ' aai af November, 1887, IK 3,005,840. BL;t AVEUAaa PK ft DAT FOR TIM KNTIB IB! 283,528 Copies. !:- Jfatemo circulation Curing the part $lx tears jf, compared: Kf Jfoventbor, 188B........ 043,801 Copies ,' Vovmbr,'1888.... 1,801,070 Copies ' Hovmbr, 188t 9,810,834 Copies BK Ifovember, 188B 4,U48,403 Copies Effr Jfenember, 3880 0,107,430 Copies LVt Ifovember, 1887 8,008,840 Copies iH: HEi ADVERTISma RATES. . (Agate M mant.) lf Ordma , SB oroU pet Um. No oxtra prio for a. ?j eoptsblo display. BulntMcirSpoeUl HoUom, eppodu Hci Editorial pig. 00 Mtli par lint. IUadlDg MotioM, flHui. cUmdormukxl "Adrt."l Vint pag. 91.00 pn K. , ltMIVmrthpto, 01.80 Pr Unet In ldo pact, SI B., 'pates. BV ,. f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 December 1887

Itvaaafl THE WORLD : FRIDAY EVENING; DECEMBER 2, 1887. 3 tSH I SOCIETY'S PASSING SHOW. I ' I AN OUT-OF-TOWN BALL THAT MANX NEW ' YORKERS WILL ATTEND. BIT. Brooks and Miss HUlIlman to be Married titxt Thursday Mra. Dlnnlce lo Glre a Reception Tula Afternoon Mra. Salter thwalte to llecelve To-Mon-orr A Theatre Fartr to See " The Ilegam." BN OUT of town ball thnt many Now York ers will attend will be given by Mrs, Vail at Vail Court, Stamford, Conn., on tho evening of Doo. 23, in honor of Lor daughter's birth. The Ohio Booioty will givo its first ladios reception for this sea son on Deo.iH, at 236 Fifth avenue. At tho reception given to Joseph Cham berlain by Sir Lionel Wost last week at tho British Legation, Mrs. Whitney wore a gown made ontiroly of whlto crystal and pearl net ting over white silk. Mrs. A. M. Whlto, of 2 Plorrepont place, Brooklyn, will givo a reception this after noon. The marriage of Mr Warren Ward Brooks ond Mies Elizaboth Sklllman, daughter of J. P. Skillman, will...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 2 December 1887

Kf" l TIIE WORLD : FtlT.DAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1887. H A. H. KING & CO., EHBV THE RELIABLE BROADWAY CLOTHIERS. PK Whilo the ontiro WHOLESALE STOCK of 8100,000 BH Worth of FINE CLOTHING recently purchased by us is !. now ready for tho oxainiiiiitiou of intcmlliit; purchasers, BHk wo ahull announce from day to day, during tho coutiu- BBf uanco of our r IK. GREAT " DEGEEflBER MGRIFICE" SALE, KsHx A " Special Run" on Ronm pnrttcnliir "Lino" wlilrlt will lio " market " for KB, tho occasion nt prices Impossllilo for other tinnier lu upproach. IB FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY M OFFER MR 2,000 Extra Heavy Men's Overcoats, worth $10,00, at $1.89 K; 1,400 Men's Beaver Overcoats, worth $12,00, at - - $4.89 V 1,650 Men's Fine Beaver Overcoats, worth $16,00, at $7.99 Hi 900 Men's Heavy Gassimere Suits, worth $12,00, at $3.89 f 2,400 pair Men's Heavy Working Pants, worth $3.50, at 69c. f 6,000 Warm Overcoats for Boys (a new lot), worth $4,50, at 99c. p 10,000 pairs Boys' Knee Pants, 3 to 8 years,...

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