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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 3 December 1887

SEE THE SUNDAY WORLD.! fU, $$$k fHStftf fail( JS SEE ThVsUHDW wE. I ! Inspector Byrnes on "Men and Their FaoeB" all 111 (l mLW AAnnnsS'ASi (m.wdlw lilH ill 1 li 1 1 Oompleto Description of a Well-Known Gam- M I -Hotel Deteotivea, With Portraits. TWT rlJr ' fHpi iLJMJl HstfS)) JS l xT ISJ bling-Houso, With Dlufltrations, M Eioh Peoplo and Their Pet Dogs-Men Who ! S Qr N" VrC7p7 f' ?) NJNSTXT " V T N What tJm Gamblera are Doing in tho Faoo Jfl Change Thoir Names. Hit!wvtSSiJ Wf T aw and the Police xm PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1887. EVENING EDITION. TE ONE CENT. fl CROWDSATTIIE LADIES' FAIR MASONIC HALL JAMMED WITH AMIABLE BUIEKS OP CHANCES. 'The Vorld" Heading All Competitor for tholtosteil Cnkn A Commander' Hword Aetied to the Object to be Unfiled For jncntro Ticket nt a Third or Their Tulae The Fair a Ills Hncee. ASsf ltfJHn a8T n'Rkt was a very I fP ffJ 'crowded ono at the lllflA Masonio Fair. Hun. I '"a' ') dda tarued in from I tfcU III tho n...

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. — 3 December 1887

Bflfiv'i q TnE WORLD : SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 3, 1887. - . I Hpf THE WfnrLJt? IHr ( SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3. K$" BUBBCBirnoir to xitjs xmmxa BHSf " XDXXIOlf (Including Tottagt), IHB PR ttONTtt, 30c t -PJ5? MMA, $0.O. B; THE NOVEMBER RECORD. KH& ' Tata! number of" Worlds" printed Anting KRL anemiai of November, 188T. H 8,505,840. lB AVKRAQH FSB DAT FOB TUB BOTTEE K 283,528 COPIES KL xorxvissa cimula tiox curing the patt $tx Hrt( Vtartcompartai PPBv JW1. tfra. IPHBI 043,801 31,409 m;' 1883 3,001,070 43,380 Hf 3884 3,843,834, 398,104 IIHSvt 4,048,438 104,048 KL 2 0,107,490 903,080 Hf w 8,505,840 283,528 B OPENJTO ALL.' R 'Th New York "World" Invites tvary Vt". awt paper Proprietor and every Advertiser K'.' to examine Its Book and Prett Room to S' Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. HF ADVERTISING RATES. S (Acats Utasurement.) PPPK Ordinary, Bfl MU per list. Mo sitra prle for ao. PPPPSVi- esptebls display, ButnM or 8peUl Notlooa, oppoalu PPLPjB'.' ' Editorial pag. SO csn...

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. — 3 December 1887

THE WORLD : SATURDAY EVENING; DECEMBER 3, 1887. T '"fl IjffiEIICS OF FJMJlADDIESl A UNIQUE COLLECTION BELATINQ TO OLD NEW YORK BOIR nelmet Fronts of Bora Who nan with the Machine W. M, Tweed's and ex-Mayor Wlcktinm'a Among Them The Yonth of ninny Wcll-Kuown Citizens Itecalled , by Mecca ol Leather, Dicta) and 1'afer. ' HE business placo of Mr. A. O. SmHh, In Fulton street, Just op posito the Market, lias for many years past been the. downtown rendezvous of mom bors of tho old Volun teer FireiDopartment. Mr. Smilh was a prom incnt flro laddlo him self, as were his father and 1 grandfather be fore him, and his live lyi' interest in tho r J$ offairs of tho dofunct F"3t I 2 organization that is, v Avl e y Uetuiict, except for NgyjMyg social purposes 'iar comes to him nat j. . uraMy- Ono thine, jwitf hmm1j however, whloh has XjA.cVwlm' contributed more than y"' anything else to malco UiatnT 1830 f I Mr. Smith's placo a popular resort for his old comrades, is tho fact that ho has gathered...

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. — 3 December 1887

HBfe . 4 THE WORLD : SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3, 1887." I jK fctDLIS TROT IN Mb BUY. EgaaBaHy?- K;f llVfiLY SALES AND COMMISSION BUOKEItS EHlh REJOICING. frrerybody Taking Filer On the Lone Ride Bg' onho Market fttonrnlog Deacon White' Hk Departure for Washington Trunk Line HRfj? ' Affaire More Cheer! ol Manhattan llruk HHK'.i' to OS 1-8 Another Leu In Reaerve. E, Consldcringi'thatho time dovotcd tobusi. KfaaaHan Aessnttha Block Exchnngo won only two PK(' hours tho brokers fared pretty n ell HiIk morn. K,JHB(r Inc. Tho bulls sbowod tbrlr hnnd roou fitter rEr, t'to opening and distributed hiiviiia orders Bfl ich to the dolight of tho commission ByKp bouses and tho "two-dollar brokers " who KHK gota shore of the pickings. 1'rctty muoh ? everybody felt like taking a llttlo flyer on the K' long side, for tho reason that tho last two HB ! or three days have cleared away somo of tho HHHzTJ clouds that wcro hanging over tho HHBfj .market. Even llntemnn is mid to K havo changed his idcnB ...

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. — 3 December 1887

, ' fiH iHOTlER HELLlEBLYTXPEmENCEr OsAZ" ll A NEW YORK GAMRUMn-nFH "ll SEE THE SUHDAY WORLD, djlfo-A d$M&miM fRfSifaJS ffEE THE SUNDAY WORLD,' M LiBpootorBo3on,'MonandThoir Faces" iCll L I ll IIt fiffil (I W (X W Z I lUl ll I fill OomplotoDosoriptionofaWoU-KnowuGam.; ' KlH -Hotel Detectives, With Portraits. V&Ztf SJf FlSiJSUtol) . rSC A 8WP (1' 11 1 Ming-House, With Dlastrations. J lUohPeopleandTheirPetDogs-MenWho X2j tlMvPSi T xar W7 r V VT What the Gamblers are Doing in the Face ' fl OhangLThgirNames, MdS . of the Law and the, Mco, .fill PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1887. EVENING EDITION PRICE ONE CENtT CROWDS AT THE LADIES' FAIR MASONIC 1IALL JAMMED WITH AMIABLE BUTERS OP CIIANCEa The World" Heading All Competitor for Ihfl Frosted Cake A Commander' Hword Added to the Object to bo Hauled For Theatre Ticket nt a Third of Tlielr Valae Tbo Fair n Dig Huccei. flp "yyJfT AT night was a very JIOkS yA I .'crowded ono at the I If fi III1 Jrnson...

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. — 3 December 1887

fflllBBMwBIBl HV'V -f' - ' TITR VVORTiT): SATURDAY KVENtNO, DECEMBER. tt.Jte8T.Li: - . ,j (Bv'lHE WORLD. K OHe'" SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3. rK?f' ' ' EHtr avxiBcnirxxox xo xnr. sritxino aartlflBfr JSDIXIOJf (Including Pottage), W iHTf - Mil MONTH, 80c t MR YEA It, $3,50. ?'& - UK'"' THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Ik GK Total number of "World" printed during KiKf Ibo montli or November, 1887. IWr 8,505,840. KEK AVERAGE FR DAY FOK THE ENTIRE PIHeE. .aoNTII, IK 283,528 COPIES L' A'o VKitnm cmcula tiox during the past six BIi MmlMt Dalit HBj'. - 3889 043,901 .11,4(19 HSHBtf 3 r. 1,301,070 48,3H0 BHjI J884 3,840,834, 1X8,104 jRHHStL iHS!S 4,048,403 104,048 IHBr!' ,188a 0,107,430 303,080 Wml "at 8,505,840 283,528 IHI OPEN TO ALL. Hh z RjH -Tho New York "World" Invites every HHp Newipaper Proprietor and every Advertiser iHKf" to examine Its Books and Press Room to Bfl'c Satisfy himself about its' Circulation. iHb' ' ' ADVERTISING KATES. HAtS: (Agate Maureraent.) iHjVKhp-' f Ordinary. 25 cents...

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. — 3 December 1887

MwiDiMMM MMK vw mwm ?vA&, ....... '3 H RELICS OF FIRE LADDIES. A UNIQUE COLLECTION RELATING TO OLD NEW YORK BOYS. Helmet Front of Boy Who Itnn Willi the ninchloe W. nr. Tweed's nml rx-.llayor WlcUliam' Amoni Them The Youth of Dlnny Vell-KnoTn Citizen lternlleil bjr Piece ol Leather, Metal nml l'nper. t lt (O tl HE business placo of ISt"""uTT,:ng' Mr" A Slnlt1'' in Xr j Fulton street, just op. r, 137 posito tlio Market, has Gtjvfe for many years past UJMjSjJjl bocu tho downtown Cf tsSsUSO rondozvous of mem. 1 jlT'PrH''' ors ' ou Vlun y ' I tVr f tccr Piro Department. J3 H Mr. Smith was a prom- incut flie laddio bim- ' 1 tofiLfJ) self, as wore bis futbor s YBw?1 arul grandfather bo Vj? fore bim, nutl bis live t-- 'V-tb. ly interest in tbo A V & affairs of tbo tlofunct r"j!ffiL I r 2 ' organization tbat is, I Sl. fy defunct, except for srwjSlgP tfl social purposes fl76r comes to bim nut V sfffj. umlly. Ouo thing, ,J mSJ however, which has "vjt J .ejV5w'3" contributed morothnu y...

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. — 3 December 1887

jHKj , 4 TnE WORLP : SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3, 1887. EK-r I TERRORISMS RUBSIA. Btlt Hnndreds of Children Thrown Into CJIoomy Hffi' V -J 1'rlennt on tbo Slightest Hnsplclou. Kk'"'1'. 'When Oco. StrclnlkotT wai Intrusted by the Tsar KcLKu ' with almost dictatorial power In order that ho EHRl'.' might exllrpato sedition In tno provlncct of South- KK ern Russia, he arretted and threw Into prlion In WBir'- the atnglc jltv ot Odessa no lesa than 118 persona HK;, (a three days. He then went to Kiev and arretted EQHfrT etghty-nlno persons almost simultaneously, and EKsv ordered the Imprisonment of hnndreds of Br'- m ft "KharkolT, Nlkolalcf, l'ultava, jK''' Knrak and other Booth ltussian elite. EHpjt Wont of these atrcst wcro made entirely without nfflB', trhatla known aa " probable nauso," aud for the HjflK ole purposo of obtaining cities to plota which the ElH&, police relieved to exist, tint which tney had not E'bB J been able to discover. Many or the person; ar- BtkmmmK? rested w...

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. — 3 December 1887

..... m . - , : r- fln I "TNOTHEH NELUE BlYJMBjEHjlE J ---&1--. II TTEWYOBK BAMBtlHB DEH. n ffll ' SEE THE SUNDAY WORLD.! k 3SK I J2llL Itf Wlf ' STHE 8UHDftY!Bf l . Inspector Byrnes on "Men and Their Faces" Jm lH $K hmk$ JUTKCB 331 ((iwulw""! 11 ill 1 1 llill OomplotoDosoriptionofaWoU-KnownQam- -'Ml I -Hotol Deteotives, With Portraits, &usr xJr xV FtBSwM sW W W1 bling-Honao, With IllPBtrationBt -Ml I Eioh People and Their Pet Logs Men Who vJr N WT fft A ?f TN5r What tho Otunblora ore Doing in the Food JHI Change Their Names. -vOssS-Jssa of the Law and the Polioe. vlll PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT, , l CROWDS AT THE LADIIiS' FAIR JIASONIO lULL JAMMED WITH AMIABLE BDIEBS OF CHANCES, "The World" Heading All Competitor! for thn Frosted Cnko A Commnmier's Sword Added ta the Objects to be ltalllcd For Theatre Tickets nt a Third of Their Vnluo Tho l'ulr n nig Success. W -f yrfT A8T night was a very lljS JZI ...

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. — 3 December 1887

gBsWW,is J tBHHHirci HnaMtlH f'- - ' ,I H I ?' 1 OKI iH 2 , TnE WORLD : SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3, 1)387. I &: THET WORLD. HB.i ? ' iKr rtUtiiMivafNMJMKAiiw a. -KM lnKj SATURDAY EVENINQ, DECEMBER 3. Hf ' " Bvaaostxpxxoir to sua arttHvto Ki' EDITION (Xntludtnf Pettage), Ka- TSR MONTH, SOC tPEIt TSAB, $8.B0. 1SF the hovemder record. Kt Kt Tatar nnaiber f M Worlds printed during K fHO , ataatb of Novembers 188T, flK 8,505,840. Hl" AVKBAOB FSB DAT FOB TUB ENTII1E R:7 283,528 COPIES iBV flHR SOrBUBEn CinCUlUTlOX during the postfix t& JTmaly iJally HpHBKpW11 TVtal. Jtttrag. H' 1889 043,801 31,409 H -aasa, ifioi,oio 4s,aso ksWsWWWWwk ' VMM" B,H40,834 398,104 flHU' I3ff 4,048,483 104,048 Kj,f (3Sfl 0,107,490 903,880 HK aw 8,506,840 283,528 iKi OPEN TO ALL. e , Kfv Th New York "World" Invites every K), Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Hk,' ( ' to examine Its Books and Press Room to Hfc '"' Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. K Hr advertising bates. !'' sHRl (Agate UHnt...

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. — 3 December 1887

1 ' ' -H I r . THE WORLD : SATURDAY EVENING! DECE3D3ER 3, 1887. - if H i . ' 1 ' ,. . 'jCIbbbU 5 ' REIIGS OF FIRE LADDIES. A UNIQUE COLLECTION BELATINQ TO OLD NEW I0EE BOIS. Vi nelnet Fronts of Bon Who Ban with the 4 Machine W. BT Tweed's and ex-Mayor M WlcUhnm'e Anoni Then The Youth of Many Well-Known Cnlzen Recalled 1 by Pieces ol leather? Metal and Paper. ' a- " p -i HE business place of Ig"": !p23J Mr. A. O. Smith, in r J) Fulton streot, Just op- , 'J poaito tho Mnrkot, hos Cu jfol for many years post fo ilraL 'on downtown y? 9lsJslS0 rendezvous of mem- A Jiar ftrH" bers of tne oW Volnn" Sj it teerFire Department. p3 H Mr. Smith was a prom- I faro inent flro laddie hlm 4 W ft, fit i) wlf, as were his father fe mS on grandfather bo Vjf fore hlra, and his llvo- tTv y-TB y interest in tho r Jt r affalrs of tho dofunct rSr I I 2 organization that is, i "SSrlj. -defunct, except for fe2J) ly-fl social purposes 5tG comes to him nnt s, 5 urally. Ono thing, fr",W (wmhI howovor, which has...

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. — 3 December 1887

if ' 4' - . THE WORLD t SATURDAY EVENING, DECEBffiER 3,1687, gP;:'V tyP? TROT IK AM BUY, f ?$ fy JIVT S1LSS ND COMMISSIM BROKEUS I.HeMif BEJOIOJNG. BHE!'''1 pvenfcody Talilns! Filer On the In Bid EHH& V Market Menrnlne; Deacon White' EXHRv'.V DpmrtBr for WablBton Trunk Una flKHrV ', AAlnMiN CnoeTl at Manhattan Break ipaHEEfr? to 69 l-S-aaather Losa la Reserve. irfB&'ljs fonstdorinahat.tho time devoted tobusi- n. nesaatthe Btook Exchange was only two- W LBri hours the brokers fared pretty well this tnora- i,r, log. The bulls showed their hand soon after m Hp, 'y'7 the opening and distributed buying orders K HHk g mnoh to the dollgbt of tho commission K!y!jr . houses and the "two-dollar brokers "who llJLKVt'' BoM k080 Piokines. Pretty mnoh HHBivS cyeiy body, felt like taking n llttlo flyer on tho IHlftk Ions side, for tho reason that the last two flHr?iv'& or Ure0 days " cloared away eomo of the BU t clouds that wore hanging over tho HHBL'Cf market. Even Bnteman is said to...

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. — 5 December 1887

ljjiiojn ww'V plM WWIP EDITION. m PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITIONS. NEW YORK, MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. H HOSTS SENTENCE DEFERRED. ARRAIGNED IK COORT AND THEN TAKEN BACK 10 Tim TOMES. Jle Will be Sentenced on Thursday Morning The Hot Anarchist IlnndcafTrd to a Common Thief Uo Tumble Front the Itlock Btnrln Air. Howe Obi nine a Pott nontment After Much Argument. ERR MOSTS palo -gtaMg.lliM ani eurlously dis- W M tortod faco, visible . , , -.. H ff through tho iron bars f pmu A fe ' tno Blaok Maria. 'X I Ml " caused a long Hno of ili I a51 OtffflS BrnBBl6rs to follow vH L JySSSf ' Ye0'6 on s "Srirl WiUM myrom tbo Tombs llfw 7M i'y no 3noro os g&gi (yiji h alns Court this morn- fuyr u x"i--r 'nK B'Bn ot MJTpIt. Uy ijK van os It turned Into fLLlllH L ' 111 I curo street numbors I'WTTwlliirrlJ ' Baunt and wild. LI LL O 3 nJZ eyed men, who had fjUjR JJpP waited at tho corners kJo s&Z' 0f Franklin and Leon ard streets, got in its rear and followed on...

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. — 5 December 1887

HHF vVVjJ THE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5, 1887. Kp?HE WORLD. Hfvf ' MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9. fHKf gvaacniPTioir to tihs kvekiso :Hr' ( EDITION, (Including Poilnpt), fHfr rxnxoxTii, soc t peii year, $3.go. Hl$,fv THE' NOVEMBER RECORD. Hk'; """ 'H Total number of " Worlds" printed during ,KrM -8he Month of NoTember, 1887. jK 8,505.840. i'jK' AVERAGE PEII DAY FOR TUB ENTIRE :HV MONTH, MD 283.528 COPIES HHj KOVEunsn circulation aurino tu pott tu H'IV tKar conuxired: HbTH'V f Monthly Dalit Bsj" ' 7V(4t. ttra?. gVf 043,801 31,409 Eb-X ' 1,301,070 4S.389 HC MS 3,843,834 198,104 Kgf'i 2" 4,04B,4S3 104,048 BHKA1 l' M0 0,107,430 803,1180 pr usr 8,505,840 283,528 HR) OPENJTO ALL. H Ths New York "World" Invite every H-t Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser HRS to examine Its Book and Pre Room to Hltv''" Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. iRv' ADVEUTISINQ RATES. HT.4 (AgaU Measurement,) Hfc v IHk ' Ordinary, S5 eanta par Una. No eitra priea for Ep ( cvptable display. Business...

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. — 5 December 1887

I . l THE WOULD : MONDAY EVENING; DECEMBER 5, 1887. V 'fl I "TOLD AT FIVE O'CLOCK TEA. I ' m -JB3. JESSUP AND MBS. OH ABB TO GIVE I ' RECEPTIONS THIS AFTEENOON. I flea "r Alexander Webb to Introduce I Their Ilaaghter, Mies rrle Webb, To. I Morrow Aire. Bamnel Hlomn lo Giro a I Dinner In Honor of Miss Colt TtaU Brea- I ln Various Social Events or Note. I yfVv EOEPTIONS will be I -jWBQKHv tfc given this afternoon I SyJfWfS ot M5 Finh avcnuo I SUKV mi wkioh 'will bo followed fe5 with a dance, and by ' ;Ji M" Lucian B. Chase, JMJZS VfflJUt ioh w"l l"8 ilom 3 WjI'JV ViSf nn"l o'clock. Mrs. tOjSwS? BSSi CI"180 'W'iir, as usual, rx& JSKjC receive her guests yL alone. Sho 'will wear yOMjJvN &A an ashes of roses bro il n llVvi IP caded gown, tjlmmed ' J Jlil M RH S4 witn Pink volvot. ' IV linMr-. Among the guests ox. ' V ' V $ '- poctod aro tho I ollow Jng.named porsonB: Mrs. Albert Guernsey, Mrs. Hlcks-Lord, Mr. Livingston Hamorsloy, Mrs: L. M. Bates, Miss Bates, Mrs. Charles Follow...

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. — 5 December 1887

K i-'T? ' rTHE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER tf, 1887,' M VH ',- L WOOSB WMS 09 TIB PAIS. I' IIHhS ;.'lwkr frhonsn4 Visitors Ths Far u B IHm ' '" i WK ttalteri la at th Bosths. feBKt--'-' AAr a it orer Bandar, tho ladloawho gHPWffir psado tho (treat Masonlo fair at tho Twenty. KHHnffr ' t4tlra8tatotTeipl6 bum wilh business last B JHHk jS" fc0 ntomed operations with tho vigor ' K Y wblcblsobtalnod by te4hofonsh " wnoctm" I IIHk 'fa. K HK' Lb wesk nearly iwcnry thousand people IfB fc' iWUited the air. tfho sales nt tho booths BjH& J approximated $18,000 for tho wook, and this KailllH ''"'' ,tmprocedonted buoocss has nlmoBt intoii- BijpjK '' i&tM. the fur women to whoso effort it Is v IfHEFh"-,- , To" fair resinned business at 3 o'clock thlt KHi , Wtcrnoon, and for tho benoflt of doubting r 'IJJB'Xr pnei Th Would gives its solomn assurance lilJHr JthatUia rsmoral of a 18.000 worth of goods K Wmir ' k hiM not at all diminished the stock B) IJJjKf ' ttMfnl sad pretty things .th...

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. — 5 December 1887

5 O'CLOCK 1 ' '4Ssi Irfe &&tf "5. I 5 O'CLOCK I II ,jJiATHA. wfJ'v fMf .iJppu I Jc. A 1 liA. I al PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION.'. NEW YORK, MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. ofll . I !! SMMS.,SSSSStSSSS... CHI HOST'S SENTENCE DEFERRED ARRAIGNED IK COURT ANDTnElTTAKEN BACK TO THE TOMBS. Jlsj-Wllltie'Senteneed on Thursday Morning-.-The Dou Anarchist Handcuffed to n Common Thief He Tumble From the Black Marin Mr. Howe Obtains a Post ponement After Much Argument. I-w EUR MOST'B pale tiij IwM anc curiously dis ' WM tortod face, Isiblo ,. H B through tho Iron bars SMU Ja c l'10 Black Mario, Kl fl .J V causodn, long lino of Vii ffltWl a&!S3b "trnBglors to follow tlfvsS Jwi?X3s na' vou'c' on "a JnrMWn ll 'woy'ro,n no Tombs ll?w I) y General Ses fivQ yyi; Afs B'ons Court this morn nfyMV SXif nff" Bleht of tho HJflmi Ly K van as it turned into nantumiril ft Ml 1(1 1 Centre street numbers WTlM Ifev'dSJ Biwnt and wi'd- L-l UT vt ye men, who hjd PH3yrtw3 w...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 December 1887

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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. — 5 December 1887

lssTsF'fffWsWWJSlsWiss I THE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING! DECEMBER 5, 1887. 3 - !HI I ' TOED AT FIVE O'CLOCK TEA. TIES. JE8SDP AND MRS. CHABB TO GITE RECEPTIONS THIS AFTERNOON. Gam. and Mra. Alexander Webb ta Introduce Their Dnuiater, Mis. s"!arrls Webb, To. Marrow Mr. Samuel Hloan to Olve a lllnner In Honor of Mlaa Colt ThU Even. In Various Social Efmli of Note. yWiVy E0EPTION8 will bo n!K?TflPmjh. BTen tuls afternoon "fflgrsBJVSn by Mrs. J. R. Joraup, vSSflaNW NJ of 568 Fifth avenue, SCSKX. W 'which will bo followed fejK with a dance, and by ' ttg. ir rs" lUC'ttI1 B. Ohnso, ' jtfCW: $. SQot m FIfth avmue' jCNlI vflJuL wnon 'M from 3. Aflaiv VaR until 6 o'clook. Mrs. iSrfk "buI receive hor guests j. &St alono. 8ho will wear flm!iSh Im nn tt8'10B 'osed bro. id iVvi Hffl "' Gown, trimmed j ffilMM 21 witU Pink 1t ' ' lllKiyt-Jl e Among the guests ex ' U V ui "peoted aro the following-named persons : Mrs. Albert Guernsey, Mrs. nicks-Lord, Mr. Livingston Hamersley, Mrs. L. M. Bates, Miss...

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. — 5 December 1887

BsssnsTisBssssssssslMiffTI K V,' k JT rTHE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER B, 1887, ' I SJKXHO WHtOP TBI MIB. KB J.C . jfrrwty VhMMWil VhHars Tku Fiur osft 1K' 1(. WWW Taken fas at A Booths. R fHf After ft es4 om Sunday, the ladkB'wto 'flHtt; featf the great Masonlo fair at tho Twenty-. K feird Street Temple ham with business last fLfE"? fireek nave resumed operations with tho vigor HK1,. which' is obtained by a thorough " success H't treatment. jF ! Mk nearly twenty thousand people Hp& Visited the fait. Tho sales at the booth Ki$ approximated $18,000 for the week, and this IHR'' tinpreoedented success has almost lntoxi. frafr ' eated the fair wmen to whoso efforts it li IBfw SHtt'd' ( The fair resumed businoM at 3 o'clock this :aV IMtMBOoa.Mid for the benefit of doubting SBBmi, tones Thb would gives its solemn assurance 'tift that the removal of A18,000 worth of goods KUfr.i' ,, last week hat not At all dlminlshod tho stock SBJB&l ra useful and pretty things, there on sale...

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