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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 5 December 1887

lsfcB5BCraairiWHWMIIss ii Lasss I 3 O'CLOCK jfctfk lf !W :. 3 O'CLOCK !H 1 EDITION. VM0( tSKWlV EDITION. . I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION., NEW YORK, MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. lH 83 . .... . . tva! OANSUAItP GO SCOT FJREE? - 4 a CHANCE THAT HE MAY MOYE TO HAVE rJ DIB INDICTMENT QUASHED. 'AuLtant District-Attorney Nlcoll Think that the Drib Clivers May Find Ibe De cision of the Oonrt of Appeal an Induce ment to Take Bueh a Htep Jacob rjbarp'a Terr Rapid Improvement. A contributor to the Tribune this morning suggests that the Sharp case can be reopened and reargued in tbo Court of Appeals, bo cause the Constitutional question was ignored in the decision regarding the admissibility of the testimony taken bcforo the Senate Committee. Tho same paper editorially calls upon tho District-Attorney to move to roopon tho case. Assistant District-Attorney Do Lancoy Hicoll, when shown tho article, said t X "I know nothing about tho other , cases of Tweod and L...

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

HLi--4 ' TnE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5, 1887. . ' , Fm , HUK L lie; KHE WORLD." Hn r 1? Kjfi MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9. ' HJf' SVJBSCMTTIOTr TO XBB BTENIXO HW EDITION (Including Pottage), KIR JJEB MONTH, 30c l PER YXAB, $3.50. mm THE NOVEMBER RECORD. &$ Total nnmbtr of " World" printed daring Hc tba nentb ef November! 188T M 8,505,840. Wmi ATERAOB PER DAT TOR TUB XKTIRE 3$ MONTH, R 283,528 COPIES KiSr MM" XOrSXDElt CIRCULATION Curing the pott six Kf'j titan compared; HKu. JforfAty Dalit Wkffi 38A9 043,801 91,403 ? Jfe3 : 3,301,070 43,380 T-f', JaM 3,843,834 338,104 M1 3Stf 4,048,433 304,048 K;1 a80., 0,107,430 303,380 $; 3887 8,505,840 283,528 Hftgb H& ' OPENTO ALL, g ' The New York "World" Invites every W&J Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Bff to esarnlne its Books and Press Room to BUI , Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. WW. t : Kg! ADVKRTISINO HATES. Ht1, (AgaU Measurement.) ME! Ordinary, 25 eanU pr Una. No extra, price for u Bjif) . eeptable db...

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

fl " " THE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING; DECEMBER G, 1887. ' ' "iV"v?H I JTOLD AT FIVE O'CLOCK TM. 1 03. JE8SUP AMD MRS. OHABB TO GIVE I DECEPTIONS Tni8 AFTEENOON. I ) "" Alexander Webb to I.trodaee I Their Daughter, nils Carrie Webb, To. I Morrow Hire. Samuel Htoan to dire a I Dinner In Honor of Ml. Colt This Even. nj Varloue Social Bv.nta of Note. -1 wirkV EOEPTIONS will be I -JT"rfLWk Rivcu this afternoon TluSBftm by Mrs. J. It. Jcssup, wsWffSffy) ot 656 Fifth avenue, CGBKv af wn'on w'" uo followed e with & danco, and by ' a r rB uoian B. Chase, trf0 Tia Tfw0' 81 fifth avenue, rClix lijlf which will last from 8 ftis Y JSP" wntil 0 o'clock. Mrs. vSS aSSli Chaso will, as usual, tJ$Z gjftl Mcoivo hor guests 5 P alone. Bho will wear rJ iSS v an asnos ' r86S br- ' 'fin I wiivi ffl caded gown, trimmed W Hj MlJjfl j with pink velvot. ' ' ! mvl!r-3lL AmonB tll fiesta ox ""D "Vvji pocted arc tho follow-fog-named porsons : Mrs. Albert Ouernsoy, Mrs. Hicks-Lord, Mr. Livingston Hamersloy, Mrs....

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

P7y THT3 WORLD. M0NDAy EVENING .DECEMBERS ,1887. " I , WOOTO WW or TKB FAIE. frrr' Tnaosiuifl Visiter Th Fnv nnd H f IJtS.OtH) Taken In nt the llootli. KCn' fsMlot a rest otor Sunday, the Udtoswho BMj snide tho great Masonlo fair at tho Twenty- Kfe third Street Temple bum with business last Hw'-' VreoV hive resumed operation! with the vigor rap which to obtained by n thorough " bucoobs " fj-, treatment. K& Last week nearly twenty thousand people jft- visited the fair. Tho sales at tho booths Rf f approximated $18,000 for tho wcok, and this K i unprecedented success has almost intoxl. B; catd tho fair women to whoso efforts it is Kn y dnj. MM The fair resumed buslnoss at 2 o'clock this - ftftornoon, and for the benefit of doubting fs.1 ones Tux would givos its solemn assnrance If that the removal of 918.000 worth of goods kf lost week he not at all diminished tho stock j, of Useful and pretty things thora on sale, for Bf the ladios of tho Masonlo lodges in tho in- j terior of tho...

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. — 6 December 1887

, wi Wiif to f$yi&F')rti 1BHBI ,''.-f-.... " ,3mHH I p B "H wWV TO PWf IP I LA I lift M , -- JH l PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER G, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT ,9 ; THE MESSAGE. ' rt TIio President Appeals to Congress to Stop the Surplus, Beduotion of Duties on Necessities of , "Paramount Importance." v Necessity of Immediate Escopo From a ' VIoIous, Inequitable and Illogical" Tariff. Jnst as "Tho World" Bald, tho Message la Confined to One Question, the Necessity of Stopping tbo Hnrplna by Rodnclng Taxee President Cleveland Urges Action Dafsre Disaster Cornea "X Condition Confronts Us, Not a Theory "Consumers ore Aaaeaaad Deyond Ileasan The Item, edy a Snbjeet for Careful Consideration. 1 snout, to inn wosu.I YTiBniKOTOK, Deo. 6. Tho Capitol was crowded thin morning for on hour beforo Con gress met. Tho Senate immediately after it was called to order, on motion of Mr. Hoar took a roccBs for half an hour to await tho President's message. T...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 December 1887

IHK f 1 f HE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, 188 K THE WORLD. KlflKalf TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6. IrtMrj KHOKr BVBSCJtIVTIOlf TO TUB ' XTEN1XO m BsHH KDXIXOIT (Including POitagt), W aaHaBw MONTH, 30c. t PER YEAR, $3.50. HKp THE NOVEMBER RECORD. f Hvv m? tHvc ' Tetal nanbir f Worlds" printed daring V'BBS ! .tba snonth of November, 1887 iH 8,505,840. KHRU' ' avehaok rsa day fob the entire KjJBP MONTH, BK 283,528 COPIES HHE'1 XOyXMBBR CIRCULATION during tit pott six iHoLHRtyv' Wars compared: H&Y1 Total. rilrra9. HB M 043,801 31,409 Hf'l"l"Ul 1,801,070 43,380 SHBBK., StlM 3,848,834 388,104 tKm'',- M8S 4,048,433 304,048 HMHl,, 2S 0,107,430 803,380 IK' r 8,505,840 283,528 KfJ OPEN TO ALL. RflHfy Thl New York "Word" ,nvlto1 ever HKf' Newspaper Proprietor and overy Advertiser WKKf to examine Its Books and Press Room to IHR;'' Satisfy himself about its Circulation. HB!"i, t RN ADVERTISING rates: HHKi (Al Measurement.) laHKSv Ordinary, 90 osnt par lino. No sxtre prlo for ao- LaEi' ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 December 1887

I .' TOE WORLD t TUESDAY EVENING; DECEMBER 6, 1887; 8, , "i9 I .SPORTS OF TRACK AND RING. ' Jf ilinEUE DARRY EMULATING JOHN L 1 BU1LIVAK AS A SPABRER. I Uncertainty u to Where the Olymple Atk- I Idle Club Will make II lleadqaartera 1 Malcolm W. Ford Haya lie Will Never I Aak lo be Uelnitated aa an Amateur I The ttianhaltan Athletic: Chronicle." l I J-J OHN L. BULUVAN, A I Wr I B'x or B0Ten years ago, I 1 I Doxel somewhat aa YSi rjTU ot tho New York Ath" tf "1 K jf lotio Olub, does now. r"V r t Barry Is getting clever. V l Vy Y fast, but his unex- 'II I VH pected aud original p2! f I moves aro what bother AaftJLi F the clever ones most. T7f . The writer of this lrkf S 0 coomn ea,lfr Barry and Qry (J Mr. W. A. Thompson Y&J J box three rounds last gZsW i olght, and then Prof. ft V )l vs Donovan gavo tho giant a whirl. Barry peaks 240 pounds stripped. Mr. Thompson ' pulled tho beam down at 100 pounds. Thompson was shown a new, or, rather, a very old way of croHS-counterlng which pn-...

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. — 6 December 1887

HHB?4.. a" THE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, GKCEMBElt tt, 1881 ' IflK HAurEirs game of swindle. 1 V' - If HH V $W IORK BAMB WEBB BIT. BUT MAY BOB .' fcfedOTSR ALL TAB! LOST. JHBI ;' jHHw ' i tlttr Honored the Fidelity Paper, Wbtle It ' HHK.' ' Wm tha BpcnUtr Who .sued It-The fe. ,') , First National r Thl City Mar Suffer, SfU OBt Not' far Mneh The Fidelity' Ded- BciV , rlrney'a Orer Four million. '1HHpj israelii, to tb wosi.d.i ittHlalK' ' CiNCUntin, Deo. B. To-day' development! In VKfci ' too K. U Harper trial ge the defendant con- 'BR;, Uderable eoneern. W. TL Walters, the HB; general bookkeeper of the late Fidelity HV'' ' Sank, was called. Do was asked whether -; bbbbbbbbK"'' fe ma8 B' entries regarding the f,i t000,0i oi paper aent to New York, and ;HKjp am that he had not. There wu nothing to Indl- Hj-'X cte inch a transfer. He waa preient on March 17, JHHL X nen ,n Oorernment bank examiner made an ex. HiHc. aminatloa of the bank. There waa an addition iH&'FU Bade to the fnnda ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 December 1887

5 O'CLOCK m'fK &Ptil( & O'CLOCK Ml 1 Jjj A 1 it A. 1 wfi'V OTS wW'W W HAlXiA. I - U PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. HI Hew cabinet. Nominations Made by the President To-Day. Irfimar Named for Judge of the Supreme Court, Vilas Transferred from the Post-Offloe to the Interior. Don M. Dickinson tho New Poitmos-tor-QenoraU Secretary Falrchlld's Name Sent In for Secretary of lha Treasury and Isaae II. Maynard, of Title City, Selected as Ille Assistant George L. Hives, ale of New York, for Aaeletant Secretary of State Jainee W. Hyatt, of Connecticut! for Called States Treasurer. (riOtil. TO TBI WOBXD.I Wabiiinotoh, Deo. 6. These nominations wero sent to the Benato this morning by the President : Lucius Q. A. Lamar, of Mississippi, to be Assooiate Justice of the Supremo Court of the United States. Wm. F. Vilas, of Wisconsin, to be Secre tory of tho Interior. Don M. Dickinson, of Michigan, to be Postmaster-Genera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 December 1887

WWJBW,pW 1mmtwwmmm!m THE'WRtiDY toesdXt evening; DECEiMiiiW w&Rmv&twmywGh mp M'&E'ttE WORLD. HH' Hr r TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 0. Ky, svBBCniTTioir to xna btenixo Kk SDXIIOJf (Including Poitaga), Hfu .TxnjiQNTu, soc. :rsn year, $s.bo. K( ' ; THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Hjfa , Total number of "World. printed dnrln K1' j the month of November, 1887, ' 8,505.840. K.' ' AVintAQB FBK DAY FOR THE ENTIRE B' 283,528 COPIES B"' XOVBUBBIt C1HCULATI0X during tfn pott fix K' 'war compared": Kt ' JfonlAly Daily KHt'J JM 043,801 31,409 Kt aS3 1,301,070 4S,3H0 Hr ,3 3,H4S,H3t 198,104 R'j' J 4,048,4Ba 104,048 K'V'c ( 0,107,4)10 903,380 Bv w 8,505,840 283,528 Hi V OPENTO ALL. HT Tho New York "World" Invites every ft ; Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Bf j to examine Its Books and Press Room to Kf Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. H ADVERTISING KATES. H (AgaU Maaaurement.) riff,- Ordinary, 3A oenta per Una. No eitra prico for ao- E?'' eeptabl. display. Bualnaee or Spaoial NoUsm, o...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 6 December 1887

1 SPORTS OF TRACK AND RING. I I iiUTCTE BiBttY EMLAT1NQ JOHN L. I 6ULUTAN Afl A BPARBBR. rjneertalnty u to Where the Olnnjlg Ath letle Clnb Will Make Its UeadqnaxteTS Malcolm W. Ford Buy. II Will Neve Ask to b Reinstated aa an Amateur The aianhattan Athletlo " CaronlcUr." 1 J-J OITN L. SULLIVAN, yj GrfJ W six or Bovon years ago, P I boxed sotnowhat as ft . Jfljr ho Now York AUw tf'j jf 'e Club, does now. Ap V S) Barry la getting cleYer I A v i as'' u B unox" l. J I VfeJ pectcd and original sjl f I moves aro what bother Ju V the clever onea most. TT x.Tl10 writCT of flrk 0 clnmn 8aw Barry ond IlL. y (J Mr. W. A. Thompson F&J YJ box three rounds last (sspy v. n'sn "" tiien jp' j, -J Donovan gave the giant a whirl. Barry scales 210 pounds stripped. Mr. Thompson pulled tho beam down at ICO pounds. Thompson was shown a now, or, rathor, a very old way of cross-countering which pn giliits consider the very bean ideal for a big opponent or for one who rushes too much. TTio blow Bhown Mr...

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. — 6 December 1887

LHkw ' tl i V i . i ... i i ! i i i , 1 1 i i i i i i .11 i i . i I THE MESSAGE. H'V Continued from Pint fag. r , Htaanfactare. It mar bt calita protection, or by mrk Mf ottt roimi, bnt relief from the nardablpa and K'. , dangtii of our present tariff law ibould be de- !y', vlwa with especial precaution ejrslnst Imperilling KTf the zlitenoe of oar manufacturing interests. H But this existence should not mean a con- K Oltion wnlcb, without regard to the Ku pnbtlo Wei are or national exigency, must Hi al war insure the realization of Immense prom arK : Intiead o( moderately profitable return. A the jV volame and diversion of our national actltltlia Hx Increase, new recruit are adatd to tnoso who ue E.-, aire a continuation of the adrantagea which they B, conceive tne preient ajxcm of tariff taxation Lv directly afforda them. Bo atuiibornlr hare all Eri effort to reform the present condition iieen re- r ' alated bthoaeof our ffilow-cltlxeni thu engaged, Ki that they can hardly complain...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 December 1887

BaasasasasasasasWi'ffyl1SiyiBPiBaS ' 3 O'clock isgflu 3lfe rnr 1 3 'OLOCK I 9! EDITION. Hill SSM -6fflllftl?lM EDITION. Ill PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. Sal UNCLE SAM'S HOARDED CASH. BECRETAEY FAIRCIHLD TELLS OP A USE LESSLY OVERLOADED TREASURY. lie Thinks the Money Hlionld lie In Clrcnln. itlon Among the People If It Is Not There Will be No Media for tho Purpores of Iln.lncss Three Expedient Hussested for the llcllef of an Overtaxed Nation. ftrXCUL TO THE W0BLD.1 WAsniwoTou, Deo. 7. Socretary of tho Treasury Fnirohild'a report on tho finoncos of the country soys that tho ordinary rev enues of tho Governmont from oil sources for the fiscal year ended Juno 00, 1887, wore 8371, 403.277.C6, and tho ordinary expenditures for the samo period $315,836,423.12, loaving a sur plus of $56,667,849.64, which, with an amount drawn from tho cash balance in tho Treasury of $24,455,720.46, mokes a surplus of $80,023, 570 in...

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. — 7 December 1887

WKL THE WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1887. -r I Hr; THE WORLD. HF, WEDNESDAY EVENINC, DECEMBER 7. Kv' Rf' evuBoitxrxxotr to tjtjj urnyixo H ' EDITION (Including Pottage), HrH rsn month, 30c t per year. $3.50. H lk THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Hi . Rfc', Total n.mber of " World" printed during HK ' tie month of November, 1887, I 8,505,840. Btvf average rcn day for the entire HLlj MONTH, m 283,528 COPIES Vgt K'X' XOTJMDBR CIRCULATION during the jxut lz Bl'k Vcart compared: K' Monthly Daily HPn' Total. Afrag: K J889 043,801 31,403 WV JMSJ 3,301,070 4B,380 fc" MS 3,843,834 1X8,104 Kl" 4,048,433 104,048 Hvp aaao 0,107,420 ao3,B8o K; w 8,505,840 283,528 B OPENJTO ALL. B. Tho New York "World" Invito overy Kf Nowipaper Proprietor and ovory Advertiser Hm to examine itt Booki and Preit Room to K Satisfy hlmielf about Iti Circulation. Kf' . HB ADVERTISING RATES. B!, (AajaU Meaanremmt.) Ku Ordlntrr. 20 Pr lln"- Ko "Itr rr,e8 ,0T M Ki. eeptabla display. Buslnesa or Special Nottcw, opposite Hlf...

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. — 7 December 1887

'' S' nrBBBBll I T113 WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING." DECEMBER 7, 1887. fjl J DIGII HOPES OF THE MASONS. SA me profits of their pair estimated AT A QUARTER OP A MILLION. Good Work Done by tho I.ndlea An Am. jo ill United Willi nn Oraaii Where Fnlr lMcmlcrn Lie In Wnlt No Diminution In Iho Interest Plurtuntlons In tho Tests nf Popularity of Masons, of High Degree. vjfcffw It AD U ALLY tbo S5 hopes of tho mnnnjers r-y f: of tbo Mnsonio Fair OwL TrV nr Krow'nR holder. J!j, v5v7Y0 Tll0y nowcstimftto tho 7fff&&yfy(i finnnc'Ql resnlts at a ipfSfvyA quarter of a million of WSiwfMvL wtF ,loIlars- :t is hiB K lPfc U'i Bum to concct ,n tl10 H. 1 rAirMn fc owwceks dovotcd to rt irjMAki cntcnrizo. mid it VH P Mt? Rives nn oxcellcut idea y' p Sfi fj 'ho good work of WRIJr Jjl m "I0 scorcs of protty "" liUiWr" -ol e"'s nm mfttrous. " lilM 't' Wr WOBO 'ngenuoiiB cry t? Vr7' ' " B,nn1 nn(l dolivcr" '- ' ' " ' seldom haB passed un. heeded. Yestorday Inspector Williams was officer of tho day. It ...

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. — 7 December 1887

HK 4 TIIE WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1887. . I Wbs JHR. BOLL AND THE MESSAGE. p- ' Hfjr,' ITS TENOtt OAUBES AN IMMENBE BEN8A- RT HON THEOUOnOUT ENGLAND. Hkv' K WrC1eTel.uid'l Communication IWmrded by H$Tt the Prera the Htrongeat Presidential Hy&, Meaaace Brer Addreaaed to the United Hff, (State. Congre.. Unlrenallr KnUalxed $ sa Indicating n Dread. Hold and Common- Hjta Ben.o roller It Alleged Free-Trade Bf& Tendcnelea Danaeroai for Bnjtfand. KM' Untvax, Dee. T. All the papen thU morning EkS, bare long editorial regarding Prcaldent Clere- kj& land message. BsS? TBe St. Jamtti Gazette regardi the President's H&, messago a of rltal Importance to England. It WSE' cajai "Ilia reference to trusts and .indicates H formed by manufacturers and to tne way In Wt& w&lch they malnuln Ugh pncea for their own Kj?y adTantage and over and aboie all that U ncces- Hro aary to protect natlro lndnatnes ahonld be especial!; E& noted. In conclusion the President ln...

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. — 7 December 1887

I O JJjOCIk w " w SIC & k . w w nL O'CLOCK. JH I l A x jvxl 1 ww E? ww1 I Jj A.l liA. I II PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1887. EVENING EDITION. . PRICE ONE CENT. r IJNCLK SAM'S HOiRDEIV CASH. SECRETARY FAIRCUILD TELLB OP A USE- LESSLY OVERLOADED TREASURY. I lie Thinks tbe Money Hbsold be In Circula tion Anions; ibe People If U liNn There AVIII be No Media, for thu Purpose of f rtusliieas Three Cxpedlcuts tVugaested Tor tbe Relief ot"nn Orertsuccd.rVatlen, IflCliL TO toi would.) v : Wasmnotoh, Doo. 7. Secretary of tho ' Treosury Foirehlld'B roport on the finanoos of tho country says that the ordinary rev enues of the Government from all sources for tho fiscal year ondod Juno SO, 1887, were $371, 403,277.00, and tho ordinary oxponditnrcs for tho tamo poriod $315,835,428.12, loavlng a but. . plus of $f5,GG7,8W.51, which, with an amount drawn from tho cash balanco in tho Treasury of ij2 1,455,720.40, makes o hurplus of $80',023,- 670 In tho Treasu...

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. — 7 December 1887

M: S , THE WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVElNlNCr. DECEMBER 7, 1887. . , -vw. RrHE WORLD. Kf WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7. Ba K' EDITION (Including Pottage), K rsnuoNTn, 80c trsit yeah, $3.bo. HC THE NOVEMBER RECORD. K KV' Total number of " Worlds" printed darlna B the month or November 188T K 8,505,840. K' AVERAGE FEB DAT tfOB THE BNTmE K . MONTH, K 283,528 COPIES flftt mVEMDBR CJRCVLA Z70.V durtw the IKUt tiX R' tears compared t F. ATonitry Jov K-' Ibtal. 4tra.. J8 043,801 31,409 K' stasa 1,301,070 4S,380 BX 2M 3,H4B,834' 398,104 Ki 3ff 4,048,4B3 104,048 Rf :f8J 0,107,420 a03,B80 1 utr. ...8,505,840 283,528 B OPEN TO ALL. Hf The New York "World" Invites every K'' Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser B& to examine its Books and Press Room to H&' Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. HP ADVERTISING RATES. Hftfr (Agsto Meararament.) Hvi Ordinary, 25 nK per Una. No eitra ptlca for ao- B,' swptabledlaphqr. BnalDeea or Special Notlooa, oppoalU Hv Editorial pne, 00 nnU per line. Head...

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. — 7 December 1887

THE WORLD t WEDNESDAY EVENING; DECEMBER 7, 1887. ej IS HIGH HOPES OF THE MASONS. ; ' - ' jHB PROFITS OP THE1E FAIR ESTIMATED AT A QUARTER OP A MILLION. Good Work Dono by the Ladles An Am. busti United With nn Orsmi Where Fair rlrntlera I.lo In Walt No Diminution In the Interest Fluctuations In the Tests ef 1'ouulnrlty of Mnsoni of High Decree. vgffM ItADUALLY tho S- $Kg hopes of the managers Z yKpir of tlio Mnsoni o Fair OraV TfWs are Crow'uB bolder. &&. Ct$$(a They now estimate tho sWiWv- NVTx Cuancml results at a KaS-SifZilK lUttrtor of million of (tMWiI IslT dollars- U iB a hiB W lr(S Is ll'f, snm ' co"ct in tho iL'fl 'xJbSiI few woolen devoted to rt'll ?M$X i-J) tuo ontcrprizo, and it ffrl 3'a5&ffll( Rvcs an oxcollcnt itloa Y 'l '-St8 lu 'k Bood work of E. - -Vmi JH scorc8 ' i,r"y .s.. Stt- kJMf B'r's 0Ull matrons, ll J -y- I If'QT'K !, whoso ingenuous cry ff? A'Sy' of" stand and deliver" ' seldom has passod un. beodod. Yesterday Inspector Williams was officer of tho...

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. — 7 December 1887

MM , H miE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1887.1 . K; iSDIFTmG THE CAPTAINS. Kp THE PLAN 1'Ott A GPXERAIi BlfAKE-UP OF Hr'. THE POLIOf! FORCE B?f Vfan Shall Ilnrn Wllllnnia'a Old Prr clnrt tho H52 Sniiit Tlint Ilelnya the Ilcnl .llcl.nnghltn Kht' Likely to (Jo There nnd Hcllly to Come KW' t. the City Unit Other Important Clinnges pfl Tonne Illond to lio to the front. KC Tho Pollco Commliiaioners nro conili.orirjj; KL. the best plan for n, Rctiornl trnnsfrr of Cflp- BS tnins, bo nN to secure tho Rrentost rfllclriicy. Wn&, 'l'hey recognizo tho fact tlint homo of tho BfP' Cnptalas do not show thnt activity unci skill ByV. which Bhonld clinrnctcrizo tho modern police BJ'S officer, and wlioro to placo them ii tho Hw problem. KjjL When tho slxty.yenr retirement law was K '' put in forco, nnd two Inspectors woro chosen Rjb nnd ten new Cnptalns wcro undo, tho latter Bwf woro told that their usslcnmentrt wcro tempo. Rjp larj'i nnd that soon tliry wonld bo trnnsfcrrod K&' to pr...

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