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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 7 December 1887

1 LAST ' maf)LA SslffJgi T!MtjXJH LAST 1 PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1887. EVENING EDITION. RICE ONE CENT. ' ' JNCLE SAM'S HOARDED CASH. r SECRETARY FAIRGHILD TELLB OP A USE I LESSLY OVERLOADED TREABURY. fit Think the Money Should bo In Clrcnla tlon Among the People If It I Not There Will be No Media for the Purpoac of llnslnes Threo Kxpcdleut Huascted for the Relief of an Overtaxed Nation. , lirxcuL to Tnx wonu.l I WAsniNQToN, Doo. 7. Secretary of tho Treasury Falrchild's report on tho finances of the country says that tho ordinary rev enues of tho Government from all sources for the fiscal year endod Juno SO, 1887,were $371, 403,277.00, and tho ordinary expenditures for the same porlod $316,830,428.12, leaving a sur plus of $55,607,849.54, which, with an amount drawn from tho cash balanco in the Treasury of $21,455,720.40, makes a surplus of $80,023, 670 in tho Treasury, as compared -with tho fiscal year 1880, the recoipts for 1887 havo in cre...

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

Wmrf.iLs THE WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1887:' . I K -t-h; e,., w,o ill d . By ' !, . WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7. jwJVmI? BvxscnirTioN to the r.rrsiya jVaVsVS' EDITION (Including Toslage), HKm pjjjj moxtji, 30c. : rsn yjcaii, $3.bo. bsVaQhi ' ' " ' THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Hsf Total nnmber or " World" printed daring K (be month or November, 188T, H' 8,505,840. wfl(it. AVERAGE PER DAT FOR THE ENTIRE VHp WONTJJ, Br 283,528 COPIES w jjVB'k XOVBilBBH CIRCULATION during the past six H.' veart compared: Em! r Total. Affray. Hrf- M8 043,801 31,403 Hf a3 1,301,070 43,380 IjVjVg. 2S84 3,843,834 138,104 JJWJK&' 4,048,433 104,048 jjfBW' iflSfl 0,107,430 303,380 r,, m? 8,505,840 283,528 M OPENTO ALL. BfflE The Now York "World" Invites every HE& Newspaper Proprietor and overy Advertiser jjwaWL y to examine Its Books and Press Room to jJM Satisfy himself about its Circulation. wltf; ' ADVERTISING HATES. Hj&i (Agate Measurement.) Bvri Ordinary, 25 cents per line. No eitra pr...

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

I . THE WORLD ; WEDNESDAY EVENING; DECEMBER 7, 1887. $ ' 4llBH ' I HIGH HOPES .OF HIE. MASONS. I jnB TROFITS OP THEIR FAIR ESTIMATED I AT A QUARTER OF A MILLION. I pod Work none br the,I.nilles An Am. I bnah Halted With an Orsnti Where Fair I iMrniler Me In Willi-No Diminution In the Inlrrent Vluriuiilloni In tlio Tenia of Popularity of Masons of High Degree. iSztefiM HAD U ALLY tbo iAKS lopes of tbo maunders S S'- -" of tho Masonio Fair tfii W. nro crowing bolder. &2& sfy?6sf Tuoy now cstSmn'e tbo WVJ-vyyw, financial results at a SlmN quarter of a million of WtfJ$tt&&& dollars. It is n big ftl iLvw? vll 11'. sum co--0-t 'n tbo - T)rtffl $ fow weeks dovotcd to Till ilM2wiW "l0 cutn'rizo, aud it i MJ afWHs Rives an excellent idea I y rl !Tl lk ' uo Good work of jtjl- I J; Sjflfl 1 fl tbo scores of protty "7 Wter1' 'm e'r'B aui matrons, x fllir7 "7 Wr whoso ingenuous cry rz lnr-?ry' ot " BtftUl it deliver" Ity Xjtf -- seldom bas passed un. liccdcd. Yesterday Inspbc...

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

H " !, ; v ' t t' ' w'' 'X ' 4 ' TJtTi l gLE. 'I mLl?" THE WORLD ; WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 188?: I mm: 'sdifting the captains. V i HfrV TUB FLAK FOR A 0;NE3Ab SHAKMT OF K THE POLIOS FORCE IP XYh Shall Hti Wlllliirna's Old Precinct the EjT (3nn That Delays tho Deal SIcLnniilitln F Likely to do There and Itellly to Come Efc. to the Clly Hall Other Important Cliangea Bv YonB Blood to Go to the Front. gr Tho Police OommloEloncra nro coiwldorinu HhWj, tlio bcsl plan for n Ronornl trmiBfor of Cup. ji tains. Bo as to secure tlio prcntust ofllcicncy. Hp&V' They recoRiiizo tlio fnct tlint homo of thn HH&, Captains do not show that activity and nielli H$T " vrbicU should characterize tho modern pollco Bts officer, and wltcro to plnco them is tho HE problem. B' "When tho sixty-year retirement law una HL. Pt in forco, and two Inspectors wcro chosen Ht$ and ten now Captains ueromadu, tho lattor Hk(. woro told that their assignments cro tonipo- B nry, and that noon thoy i onlil bot...

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. — 8 December 1887

' Tj ART1 , 'VZ wr T A Qnn "! PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. lH I GILMOHE FORGIVES RYAN. I I1E WANTS TO PAT HIS ASSAlLANrS I FINE IN SrECIAL SESSIONS. Barkeeper Ryan Acknowledge That lie Did Wrong- In Annulling- Rlanaaer Oil more and Ask the Jnatlcea Tor Clemency The Ileconclllatlon In Court Somowhnt of a Hurprlae to Mr. Gllmore. After all tbo tmstlo which has been mado over the biting and kicking match between Manager E. G. Gilmoro and Bartender John J. Ryan in 4 the Metropolitan Hotel on Thanksgiving even ins, the affair endod up very meekly this morning in Special Sessions boforo Judges Powers, Smith and Ford. Managor Gilmoro was on hand early with ci Judge Dittonhoefer, his counsel, and half a score of witnesses. His left ear, freed from the oil-silk bag whloh formerly ornamented it, looked rather jaggod and uneven. A couplo of inohes of conrt-plastor spread serosa his forehead and a little red spot under e...

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. — 8 December 1887

Blt j. ) I K TnE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1887. ft She world. H? rtaivaiYin4iiA o LHfi' WM' THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8. Wm i Bjj- txmBCJtiTxiojr to ttijs xritinsQ & JCDIXXOlf (Inetadlna Pottog), METf. fsn MONTH, 300. I PER YEAJl, $3.B0. mtf THE NOVEMBER RECORD. If J Total number of " Warldt" printed daring HrJ Ike tnentti f November. 1BBT. II ' 8,505,840. S$; aveiuoe per pat for the entire K ONTII, H 883,528 COPIES. f' tCOrXUDBIt CMCULATJON during th$ sxut ttx HjrV jtart compared: !' ratal. Attragtt K$ . JJ0M 043,901 31,403 mgfc $883 2,301,070 4B,380 Wm f'8t 3,840,834 198,104 fT 1888 4,048,483 104,048 ( jf880 0,107,430 1)03,880 Rfi Jrw 8,505,840 283,528 MecN , II OPENJTO ALL M Tho New York "World" Invites every Kit Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser BSe to examine Its Books and Press Room to ? Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. mt . M$fr ADVERTISING RATES. K& (Arate Maa-vramem.) Ordinary, 9S eenta V' Una. No axtra prim for ee- m feeetabl display. Bo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 8 December 1887

THE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1887. 3 'JH '. MAY LAST .TILL CURISTMAS. l PROPOSITION TO CONTINUB TUB MA SONIC PAIR AN EXTRA WEEK. ' Jiner, IJustllnn: Throoiia liver I'nsetng- In and Out Olft ItecelTed One Minute ami ' Hold the Next The Ileetnnrnnt Slaking ' glfiO a Day Punch and Judy Hlinwa and Jtliulenl Entertainment At the Polls. PY tbo timo ono has viewed tbo gny nnd brilliant scenos nt tbo Masonio Fair, ono inny woll exclaim, " O Obarityl OCbarityl how many festivities aro enjoyod in tby nainol" But as tbo good times bring fortb monoy and plonty of of it, too, by tbo way which is to bo used in a laudablo causa that otborwiso might' go begging, they have oven moro than their their usual cxcubo for boing. Hoeing the eager, buttling, throng of pooplo constantly passing in end out, a stranger might suppose that last night was tho first of tbo fair and novcr for a moment imagino that Just such crowds had attended tho merry, monov-making entertainment every night for tho p...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 8 December 1887

K ' 4 TnE WOULD : THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1887. I If DOINGS OF DRAMATIC FOLK. Bm MM ADVENTURES OP TWO I0DNQ WOMEN WHO El'- DISLIKE TO BE LEFT. RtT. Tho I.oni Tour Flanned for at Iiyeenm Com Hjfijf' puny Play to II Fnt on the Hinge nt Kr Niblo's Mannarers Considering the Effect fc ; of Hie Presidential Election on Jlinlnr Kl" Tours on the Pacific Slope. Br --, Wk 1 " &ln BTIMABIiB MIrs H& fr fVl y? Allce KinB Hamilton HL SB 7&(? f certainly 1b, and sho tV KmN1 w'" "ntioiibtoiily B1,c- Hi$ QJ5Ctf profession, of which B& tIIIh ug sno 's ardently nnd WmH gl(PjsQ.Q tomotrliat inexcusably Bjf j&duhmr J-J jgml enamored, but hor Kv li'n r n TjJ bost friends cannot BK nriPjni!li!ii V j ''' sm'"nP ftt 'icr El CTgjfVjPKTOJ zeal. Miss Hnmiltou ' if L iUaSO i iU Pnrt,Playin"8ho-" sBf AyffeyLVay Bho impersonates tho Hp r',kW' ' nnR 'nto which Sho Is IhL tlll l V ji t clxwJKi'd, and is on tho P Lj-U 1 I V" if 'I stage for about four Kt, minutes nt the closo of tho perfonn...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 8 December 1887

; TnTTTTnKr off lillP i(a3s (d(f!:! Hli SliU TTTTTriKr iBI PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1837. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. fl GILMORE FORGIVES RYAN. HE WANTS TO PAT MS ASSAILANTS FINE IN SPECIAL SESSIONS. Pnrketper Ryan Acknowledges That He Did Wron Id Assaulting Mitua-aer Oil more and AeUa the Jnatloea for Clemency The Iteconclllntlon In Court Somewhat ft,' of a Hurprlae to Blr. Ulltnore. After all the bustlo which has been jnado over tho biting and kloking match between Manager E. G. Gilmoro and Bartender John J. Ilynn in the Metropolitan Hotel on Thanksgiving even Ing, the affair ended up very meekly this morning in Special Sessions beforo Judges Powers, Smith and Ford. Manager Gilmoro was on hand early with ex-Judgo Dittenhoefer, his counsel, and half a score of witnesses. His Left cor, freed from the oil-silk bog which f orinorly ornomontod it, looked rather jaggod and unoven. A couple of inches of court-plaster spread across his forehead...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 8 December 1887

Hr ?' " ( THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1887. SBaBaBaBaBaUR . . . . . SSasaaaiassSW. SSSSSSSSSS Ma , K' THE world: B ' THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER a HBv '' . Hlfe- BviiBcitirTiox xo xim jsmxiyo Lp,'J EDITION (Including roitagt), mW:' rXllNONTU, 30c. iFXIl YSAJl, $3.50. H THE NOVEMBER RECORD. BIk ' Totnl nnmbcr or "Worlds" printed daring saB'Sii the isionth of November, lB8Tt K 8,505,840. Pf' AVERAGE l'Elt SAY FOR THE ENTIIIE &" MONTH, , m 283,528 COPIES. Hfc V JTO VKSIDBH CMCULA 'flOX dlirt n? Me jxwf t2 Bs? trari compared; Hot, ' ttontlill Daily El TutaU Jiwag.. mf$. 1883 043,801 31,402 HbW 3883 1,301,070 43,380 MM 3884.... 3,843,834 1118,104 Kjlf 3883 :.... 4,048,433 104,048 Hf$ 3880.., 0,107,4X0 B03,SH0 K$ 3887 8,505,840 283,528 Wt OPEN TO ALL. MM Tho Now York "World" Invltet every Keg Newspaper Proprietor and evory Advertiser MB to oxamlno Itt Books and Press Room to Bflfc Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. H? ADVERTISING KATES. Klfjy (Acate Meaaurement.) K&...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 8 December 1887

BBBBBLaBBwE5?j5j5is?g5 THE WORLD: THURSpAY EVENING, DECEamER 8, 1887.' v 5 V-IH jIAY LAST TILL C11KISTMAS. X PROPOSITION TO CONTINUE TOE MA SONIO PAIR AN EXTRA WEEK. EaRcr, Bnstllnar Throne Ever Pnaalnn; In unit Onl Ulftn llecrlveil One minute and Hold llm Next The Iteatnurnnt Making 8100 n Day Pnncli nnd Juilr Hhowa nud jllualcnl Enlertalnmenta At the rolli, PY tho tlmo ouo Las viowed tho Ray and brilliant scenes at tho Masonic Fair, one may well oxclahn, " O Charity! 0 Charity f how many festivities aro enjoyed in thy name!" But nB tho good times brine forth money and plenty of of it, loo, by tho way which is to bo used in a lnudablo canso that otherwise might go begging, they havo ovon inoro than their ' their usual excuso for being. Scolnjr the eager, bustling, throng of pcoulo constantly passing in nnd out, a Btrnnger might supposo that last night was tho first of tho fair and never for a moment imagine that just such crowds had attended tho merry, mouov-making entortninment ev...

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. — 8 December 1887

Iv ; i THE WORLD ; THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1887; V 1 K GOLD DISCOVERED IN WALES. HnV B' L, LODE OF IXTIUOKDINARY RICHNESS Ki1 6TBUCK IN MERIONLTilSniBB. hFa " Ki, Erery Indication of the Presence of a t.'old. Bv' Dentin Btrata of Almost Indefinite Ux. , Irat A Powerful Hyndlcate Obtain. Ibe K,' Control or the Dl.eovery Tho Publlo V Nat In It' General Cable New. K H' fbayrf', IMT, h TVMbMn? ComparV (IT E IVr lIVrM). K? ItPKOiL caiile nuriTcn to inr. would. 1 ). Ion DON, Die. 7. 'Ilio X. Jikuis'k Vault? 1ml HfrV created a srest ttutlan bj pubiUhlriK acarclul BL. Btorr from Wales tflTiOR tho tpartkulur of urcst Kl sold dlscorerles tbere. It tajstii.it If iho tntlclpa- B tloni at pretent formed of tho discover; arc real Htp lzedltwM prore of the crestcst importance not fr only to Walca but to tlie wholo conntrr. Tho gold . baa been found In mo Mawddach Vallcj, about Ave B tnlka from Dolcellr, Merionethshire. Unn of the ' bllli. trio cader Idrl, baa becu plercnl and a lodo K' of qu...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 8 December 1887

. !iSH 5 O'CLOCK . '1 rY W 6 O'CLOCK ' Jl H A 1 XtA. I wH1 pSfM WVfW I XL A 1 HA. I 9 PRICE ONE CENT. XVEXIXG EDITION NISW YORK, TIiriWDAY, DKCKiMIHSIl 8, I8S7. JSVJSKJXG EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. v GILMOKE F011GIVES RYAN. HE WANTS 10 TAY HIS ASSULANT'S FINE IN SI'hOIAIi SESSIONS. Ilarkrencr Kynn Acknowledge Tlint He Did Wrong In AmntilllnK .Vliinnacr (II inoro nnil Aakn the Jimtlcrn for Clemency Tlio llcrniiclilntlnii In Court Homcw but of a HurprWo to Sir. Ullinorc. After nil tlio bustlo - liicli has boon mado over tho Ip'ting and kicking match botween Mnnogcr L G. Gilmoro niul Bnrtcnilor John J. Itynu in tho Motropoliinn Hotel on Thanksgiving ovon ing, tlio affair ended up very meekly this morning in Special Sessions beforo Judges 1'owers, Smith and Ford. Manngor Gilmoro was on hand early with ex-Judgo Dittcukoofcr, his counsel, and half a score of witnesses. His loft ear, freed from the oil-silk bag which formerly ornamented It, looked rather jnggod and uneven. A couplo of inches...

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. — 8 December 1887

Hd. 2 THE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1887. - K THE WORLD. Kt rnaar-Miivii(iv c. K THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER a Wf! axmscnirxiox xo xiiji xrizxiso Hr. HDIXIOlf (Including Tottagr), Hef rEJikONTU, 30c. tPEIt YEAR, $3.50. K" THE NOVEMBER RECORD. HL- Total number of " Worldi" printed daring K die month of November 188T ' 8,505,840. H' AVERAGE PER DAT FOB TUB ENTIRE Hrp MONTH, B 283,528 COPIES. K.; XOVEUDBR CIRCULATION Curing the poll Itx HV ' Vtart compared: KX MonlHy Batty Hf lS8 043,801 31,400 Ki JSS3 1,301,070 48,380 K JSS4 3,843,834 138,104 B' JXSS5 4,048,4B3 104,048 Kf MSfl 0,107,4'JO 003,880 R utr. 8,505,840 283,528 H OPEN TO ALL! bbbbbbH; ' - Bjg The Now York "World" Invito every KT Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertlier b to examine Itt Books and Presi Room to H Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. Hfr ADVERTISING KATES. HJT (Agate Mouurement.) Hr Ordinary, 23 canta per 11ns. No -extra price for ao- wW oeptabl. display. BubIdobb or Bpaclal Notlcat oppoaita K Edit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 8 December 1887

I "i Js1 I SbbbV 1 1 THE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1887. Sf i ' " "" - - - - iiH HAY LAST TILL CHRISTMAS. ' i PROPOSITION TO CONTINUE THE MA BOMO FAIR AN EXTRA WEEK. j,er, Itti'tllna Throng Ever I'naalng- In nml Oiii Olflu Uccriveil Ono .Mlmitn nmt (-old ll'c Nnxl Tim Hrslnlirrtnt .linking glflO n liny l'nncli tint! Jmlv HlinM nml Muslcnl rntcrlnlninriitn At tlio rolls. PY tho timo ono 1ms viovvcd tho gny nud brilliant scenes at tho Masonic Fnir, ono may Moll oxclaiiu, ," O Charity! O Charity 1 how many festivitlos nro enjoyoil in thy nnmo!" But ns tho good times bring forth inouoy and plenty of of it, loo, by tho way which is to bo used in n landablo causo thai otherwise) might go bogging, they lmvo oven mora than thoir tlieir Ubunl excuse for Urns. Seeing tho cagor, bustliug, throng of fooujo constantly passing in nml out, a stranger might supposo that last night was the first of tho fair ami never for a moment famciue that just such crowdb had attended the merry, mouo...

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. — 8 December 1887

iimmhhhmhhhhbhhbphpbhhb Hr- HI 4 THE WOULD : THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, Ifi37. f DOINGS OF DUAilAl'IC FOJK. B ADVENTURES OP TWO lOUISGWOMEN WHO C DISLIKE TO RE LEFT. aaaaaaaaw Bi The l.onjt Tour Planned for 11 I.trruni Cnin- K pnny I'lny. la He I'm nil (lip Since nt Hir, Nlbln'e Mutineer Cnnalitrrlna llir V.lTrct K of the Prcalilenllnl Election on Unsluca. WKk Tonr on (lie I'nclllc Mope. bbbbbbbbbes-'' Kb dp y& Allro KIhr Hmntlton B& m 'Wwv certainly Is, uiul sho Ef nS 'tWlI i rcel' '" "10 l'lcn'rI('ill Brf xucSi profession, of which BBk jiSWii hIim is nnlcntly anil Ml ' 0S-iR'Q. somowlmt inexcusably kI: 2rj6ixiJ-i-airj!t enamored, but licr Lh' I.") r r, jj best friends ennnot BBkjj" ipklJlLL liolp smiling nt bur rlSvGJSflM zeal. M1(.b Hnmitton T?-$tvH? Uasa Tory ilimiiintno wE (if i YtljAl V llU lmltt"l,lll',n"sll0" 7 911 iib&f'JjS inipersonatos tlio wMl' frycv ,IUB illl wllio11 Hllu ls Si Hlll 1 V 'H i r''iinKC(l,nucl ison tlio Kj, LiJ-l I V r 7i 'I stuRo for nbout ...

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. — 9 December 1887

O'CLOCK -fcr- . , w . I X O'fJTorTT II :fll 17YTPA ffLltfc" " lffi5S3iS BfflllMPlB T7VT"D A III Jl A 1 HA. 1 HI' f 'IWWW. I H. A lit A. 1 JII PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1897. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT, 1 1 SAVED BY A GIRt. Attempt to Blow Up George's Island in Halifax Harbor. A Fuse Prepared for a Big: Tank With Tons of Gun-Cotton. jt Soldier on Guard Wero Asleept butSa Cblld Oavo tho Alarm. The Inland Is Said to IJo tho Most Stranaly Fortified Spot In tbe World, and l Ktored With Inimenao Bupplle of Ammunition If (Uo riot Had Iloen Successful the Lon of I.lfo and Property Would Havo Iloen Appalling Tho notion of Destruction Eacapo and There li No Cine to Them. fiFECUL to the wonr.n.1 Halifax, N. S., Deo. 9. Intonso oxclto mentprovails ainong tho Imperial military officers over what appears to bo a doliberato attempt last night to blow up tho gun-ootton tank at George's Island. Double guards aro patrolling the fortifica tions, and orders hav...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 9 December 1887

K 'sg- 2' T n E WORLD T FRFDArY EVEN 1 ff6,"5E5EMBl3K 07 18877 THE WORLD. Hr. FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9. HfC BXTUBCItXTTIOlT TO Till! JSTEtflKO Mfclf ' EDITION (Including Pottage), Mk; fsn itoNTU. soe. : rsit YEAR, $3. BO. B THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Hvjft Total number of "Worlds" printed during RcftC" Bontb of November, 188T IS, 8,505,840. W&L AVERAGE PER DAT FOR THE ENTIRE R$,. MONTH, ' 283,528 COPIES. HE . sorxjtnnn circulation aurtng me pat $tz Em fear compared? Hhj? itmOitv Dally Hffffk Total, Attract, fw 3889 043,801 31,409 Kf. 3883 3,301,070 411,380 HA' 3884 3,84S,834 3X8,104 Kt&f ISSff 4,048,483 304,048 Kb 1590 0,107,4X0 B03,B8O mg K 257 8,505,840 283,528 K- OPEN TO ALL. 1$L Tho New York "World" Invites every WmL Newspaper Proprietor and overAdvertiser B& to examine Hi Books and Press Room to J" Satisfy hlmsolf about Its Circulation. if i -" Wi,. ADVERTISING KATES. Jp' (Arat MeMjuwnent.) ok , Ordlaarr, 26 oenU per line. No extra prte for ae- V ctptabl display. Btulnf...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 9 December 1887

I ' -IB THE WORLD : FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 0, 1887. 3 W SOCIETY TOPICS OF TO-DAY. KECEKIONS' AND TEAff "Ttt FINISH THE GAIETIES OP THE WEEK. Planr Yennst I.ndlf la Assist Mr. J. J. T.re In Itceelvlnar Till Afternoon Mr. 8. II. FcMrfTclIn'. Second Reception to Occur Thl. Afternoon The Mnrlnn Club to Giro "Hoclttblc" this lvenln. K0EPTI0N8 and teas NVv V will finish tho round WRsW., of goyoty for tliis I MflOfflilB w week. Mrg. J. J. Loo, I ilMfflB i-B- 0'21Wcsl8oTontenth II JlH) rlwr lim rcot' w' b'to ro" U aLj8F c'Pt'on this afternoon. TgTvSjl Many young ladies will Kv""fl1 N& assist in receiving. i(rw PHlXV Among tho invited rn rff ItH 3$C$t Cucstrt nro Mr. nnd ilvVw iSliifcft Mrs- nnry D- Living l w JlF ston, Mrs. William As II flr if--.' tor, Mr. John Jacob Irvf-r-r-if" OfW AlMsor Mr- Edward iiXUl VA7V Livingston, Miss Liv- J) r 'nCstn rs- Coloman ' Drayton, Mr. and Mrs. Onno Wilson, Mrs. .Ogdon Gdelet, Miss Bollo Wilson, Mrs. William Von Itonssolaer, Miss Van ltonsselaer, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 9 December 1887

S; , 4 TIIE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 0, 1887. I BHED SHOOK'S IDEA OF IT. m COLE AS BrEAKEIt AND BLAINE AS THE m maaEsr American statesman. ffit Of lb Opinion that (Jen. Hutted Una No WE Show and Thnt the Hnld Knle Knowi Wf It Iiovr for Preeliient of tlio Mrnnto Ho )j? ncllerea, Also, thnt IHslne Could Oefeut J CITcland on the Turin Question. "Bo you wish to know my opinion rolntivo IU tbo organization of the next Lcglfilatnro ?" exclaimed Mr. Sheridan Shook at tlio Morton Jlonu this mornine. " Well, I will toll you ' frankly that I hnvo not bothorod myself about thinking of who is to bo Frosidcnt pro tempore of ths BennU or Spcakor of tho As eombly. " I hATO no Intorort whatever in tho organi zation of tho incoming Legislature, although I boo that Interviews with mo are constantly appearing in tho newspapers. Its f unuy ' (laughing) " the woy I am being quoted. " You soo I know a great many of tlio news paper boys, and I moot thorn vory oft en j, Thoy often interchange opinio...

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