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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 13 December 1887

IT ACT "l, ,-w ww T AQHH ""H T?TTT.ofiT (fj. Ill fir fflk-Mr(ffl3 Cfl:iHli lllli. TTwnPTrYKT -v I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. fM WON'T PRINT FULTON'S BOOK. I WOMEN COMTOSITORB IN BOSTON INDIQ- I NAHI AT INDECENT "COPY." Tlasdi Avery dt Company Decide to Ilreaki. a Contract Rather Tbnn to I'rlnt a Work I Ublch They Think la Unfit for the Hycs I of Respectable Men and Women Their I Daaluesalnterrnptedby Clamoring-Feople. W (srcciAr, to Tin wobld. l J10IT0N, Deo. 18. Rind, Averjr 4 Co., printers, I oithorlze the pabllcatlon of the following-letter I to-day: 1 Iter. Jaslln D. Fulton, D.D., yesterday, atMuslo I 1I1I, beforo perhaps 4,000 people, made the most I remarkable attaek npoa this house ever heard in I the history of any printing house In America, and, I however much wo may wish to remain silent, It Jk seems necessary to place ouraelvci right boforo the w public Dr. Fulton, perhaps, can afford, for the sak...

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. — 13 December 1887

mm S$ w 2 THE W6RLD : TUESDAT EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1887. ' K "tee would. Hw( TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13. IH HHr-4 svnscxuTiair to tjle xYEirisa H HE;7, EDITION (Including Ftitagt), I BL' Tr ojhtb, 30c i per rsAii, $3.80. IBS- ' THE NOVEMBER RECORD. lHlr'' ' IBIl Total number of "Worlds" printed dnrlna; H BO ' II" month of Norember, 188T. IB' 8,505,840. ' HH&X AYEHAOH FSB DAY FOB THE BOTHUS 'H' ' MONTH, III! 283,528 COPIES. LjHjA SorSXDBR CinCOIiJLTlOll Curing th part Hx IK1 , fur compared 'J XWMir Catty H H? Telal. jtt rff. 3 ' 043,801 31,400 HBST 183....; 1,301,070 4B,389 HH&i i 3,843,834 308,104 H& ' 4,048,433 104,048 Kf 4"J 0,107,430 003,380 HKT wr 8,505,840 283,520 IR' OPENJTO ALL. lflK; ' Tha New York "World" tnvltet every HflK' Mowspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser HHk o examine Its Booke and Press Room to B!DBii "itltfy hlmtelf about Its Circulation. HKgV' advertising rates. HjLgmmVYW'' (Atat Musanment.) BJHKr " Prdiaery, SB eU vt Una. No utrm pile for Hfcv...

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. — 13 December 1887

THE WORLD; TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1887. ,. 1 'JH ANIGHT OFTERRORS. 8X EMnJ. SOLA. IVrantUuaStir Turn Wobu tvJ. C Curtirul Tnamo is Louis Bo- ?lC f$A. 'ou- I atn Mrenty $JV yean of nge. I was jf&S&S3$mfr born In tho village of v8kv Y pK S&tot-Jory, n few n '111 Mi II N lcB1J0 rom Toulono, r Ta'u llll lib up t'ie Qoronno wVwViriI For fourteen years I Jn'VTjjW'll strnreled with tho JbuttfccgRyHL oll to earn my bread, y7 raJMEeel Comfort finally camo, nlPrSVT and last month I found A0.-eu.5fcBW myself the richest ivSffr "YwT 'anner 'n k" noigh K!avrEiS 0" house seomed KfcSjBmTiMfc blessed. Happiness 2i dwelt within it. Tho Bun was a brother to us end I do not recollect a single bod harvest. There were nearly a dozen of us on tho farm inthoso happy daysj myself, still buoyant and merry, accompanying tho children to Trorkj my younger brother, Pierre, an old baohelor, and formerly a sergeant in tho army ; and my sister Agathe, who lived with vs since her husband's, death...

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. — 13 December 1887

EalP??'"y i m?wmiF wiStTExYEmNG, hECE&MMfilMf '9G9gft I Stern Bros. SPECIAL SAU m SILK UMBRELLAS, IHif 09J4 of NfttwU-and SU- . IkV. f Haodle4 former $1,1 S, IK price, $2.76, V",M' Hp One Lot 26-lnoh, Silver fk( nn Hp 'One Lot flO-inou, Natural An .n K $8.76, -vumi IK On, lot 28-Jnob, Natural . n H gjg" f W Pe, W.5U, HHr IK? rUt Sfciwh, flilver Ao - UK Handles) .former prioe, .lh Hi $6.00, vw B Ono Lot 26-inoh, Silver A K Eftftdlwj farmer price, aBiDD L $8,76, vwiww HKT AU of tbo above are from the Hr most celebrated makers, and will be K k tfbpA tta bBt value? evor peered, H ' In g44H!w to the above unuraally Hp large and ohoioo assortments of Ufif- H. BEPJoI fOB GENTLEMEN, H with Ettfural, Bilyer. Gold and Ivory HL Uonnngs. V CENTS' I FURNISHING DEPTS. B' SMOKING AND HOUSE GARMENTS, PAJAMAS, MUFaERS, NECKWEAR, - CANES, WITH CHOICE HANDLES, HI at B VERY LOW PRICES. B 32 to 36 West 23d St. Hjjf and K 23 to 35 West 22d St. SPECIAL BARGAINS. SILK UMBRELLAS. First lot. Far. Bilk, P...

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. — 14 December 1887

I LAST I Jjltll tirJf I LAST I I I EDITION. J iC ' SwWTIP EDITION. I I 5 PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1837. EVENING EDITION PRICE ONE CENT. S9 DELEGATES ARRIVING FAST- AN INFLUX OP REPUBLICANS TO ATTEND TO-MORROW'S CONVENTION. Taken In. Charge by a Committee and Dl. trlbated Anions; the Hotel. Senator Ifdmund Ooe of Vermont'. Representa tive Programme Laid Out for the Open Ins Ceremonle. -Senator Iivnrta Chairman. About ono-fourth of tho 1,200 delegates to the Bepublicnn Clubs' Convention bos already arrived In this city, and are bolng rapidly disposed of among tho hotels by a committee consisting of tho New York Bo publican Club, of 32 West Twenty-eighth street. Tho Vermont delegation of twenty-throe delegates, representing clnbs at Albans, Bur lington, Bennington, Montpelier, Butland, Woodstock nnd Brattleboro', all of which have been organized within two weeks, or. rived this morning. Thoy include : Senator GeorRO F. Edmunds, ex-Gov. William ...

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. — 14 December 1887

WmBKmwKiXXXXXXXXXWmWSBaWBm HraEspSJHHMWnGWfl F&- -S'W' , w&vip r-rjrimsjtw' MfM - sjrTTT .j .r"-T,gr. "'T"'7' "Tpsrrli5iysjeee1wK K "'' "'ft '1 H' ' 2 TnE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1887. , I THE WOULD, K -' LsR.' WEDNESDAY EVEAINC, DECEMBER 14. ggaEfc BVBSCKIFTXOV TO TUB r.rJiNINQ IE'A' EDITION (Including roitagr), jRfl TSB MONTH, 30c. PEIl YXAlt, $3.80. Pi- THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Kf - H' Total number of ' World" printed daring Br,'j ', tha month ofNovenaber, 188T, !H: 8,505,840. igHftfi AVERAGE FBR DAY FOR THE BNTIRB B&i, month, K 283,528 COPIES. saBBamvj Ht v ifOrSMBSn C1RCULAT10S during (As pott six E?? er pontpared H,V irHty Dtllf V Tbfdt. Uftraff., Kf 043,801 31,409 p, 353 1,901,070 43,380 BiV MStf. 3,843,834 198,104 HP JM 4,048,483 104,048 HpfJ iSO 0,107,420 903,380 HS w 8,505,840 283,528 sataeataKu HP; OPENJTO ALL. Hfe!" Tha New York "World" Invites oviry (Hf . Hewspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser UHpj? to examine Iti Booki and Prott Room to E? Sat...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 December 1887

H aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasBBaaaaaaaa I , ' ffl I THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1887. ' 3 MM ' ROTABLE' 'SOCIAL EVENTS. - THEEE WEDDINGS AND THREE RECEPTIONS TO OCCUR TO-DAY. Mr. Iloitwlek to Marry Mlaa Smith) Air. Fooi to Wed Mia Fellotrca. nod Air. Klnnnn lo Mnrry Miss Morris Mr Wd dell. Air. Colgate nnd .lira. Viui Hchalck to aire Uceeplloua Wallace-Mjren. ANY well-known pco plo will attend the wedding this after noon, at 4 o'clock, at tho Church of tha Holy Communion, of Mr. James llarvoy Bostwick and Miss Mary A. Smith, grand daughter of tho lato John J. CAco. Tho Itov. Dr. Henry Mottot will officiate Mr. Charles G. Thomas, of Gcrmantown, Fa., will ho the best man. Messrs. Hiram Smith, Gcorgo Cisco, Horace Waldo, jr., nnd Philip Cross will bo the ushers. Thoro will bo no bridesmaids. Tho brido will wear a maroon.colorcd gros grain silk with plush panels of tho same shade, with front of embroidered crepe, and small bonnet to...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 December 1887

B t 4 THE WORLD t WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1887. ' 1 Wf'--t' WHEN YOU READ . v.- ' clothing advertisements -ii ,- Bt V? ;,'.f i THINK OF THE "' B LONDON & LIVERPOOL ' p AND REMEMBER THAT I , TO-MORROW, THURSDAY, DECEMBER IS, i : THE LONDON & LIVERPOOL , 1 iM 'V'V ' l WILL INAUGURATE '1 The Greatest Slaughter Sale of I SILK AND SATIN-LINED OVERCOATS i I B THAT HAS EVER TAKEN PLACE. ! Hp' $500 REWARD will Ibe given if we cannot produce exactly what we advertise. . I LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING COMPANY, J R 86 AND 88 BOWERY, COR. HESTER ST. P Bv OTEBNT XJTIIj XO IE. JME. S Hff BOSTON RE-ELECTED MAYOtt O'lSRI' v. HNRr'l. A Notable Municipal Contest In Which Homo H9e!j ' Democratic Chieftains Were Hlaln. HEjj $ 1 IITCMI. TO TBI would. I HKy Boston, Pec. 14. The Mayoralty campaign BHkT'' ended yesterday with another hard-earned H& ', victory for the Democracy and the- triumph. IBr ant reflection of Mayor O'Brien, who ro. Ht, eelTed 20,640 votes, with Banker Hart at ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 December 1887

i & O'CLOCK. mmC w w Q O'CLOCK. H PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YOUK, WUD-VHSDAY, DECEMBER M, 1887. EVENING EDITJON. , PRICE ONE CENT. . ,i$ . fCT DELEGATES ARRIVING EAST. w AN INFLUX OP REPUBLICANS TO ATTEND TO-HOREOWS CONVENTION. Taken Id Charge by a Committee and Dis tributed Anions the lintels benator 1 Kdimiuil One of Vermont' Hutinamitn. 1 Uvea I'rusraniuie Laid Out for the Open. InarCeremonlea-flenator Uvarln Chairman, t Ahont ono.fourth of the 1200 dolegatcs to tho llepuhlicnn Clubs' Convention has already arrived In this city, nnd aro being rnpidly disposed of among tho hotels by a committee consisting of tho New York He. publican Olub, of 82 West Twenty-eighth street. The Vonnont delegation of twenty-three ddogatos,ropro8onting clubs at Albans, Uur lmgton, Bennington, Montpeher, ilutlaud, Woodstock and Bruttleboro', all of which have been organized within two wooka, ar rived this morning. Thoy lncludo : Senator Qeorgo V. Edmunds, ex-Oor. William It. I'age, ex-Qo...

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. — 14 December 1887

HMflHHHMHPHRH IB 1 I Hk, 2 WE WOULD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1 88r: I K THE WO ELD. R litHft4byaYmrtKiMe Os. K Hl' WEDNESDAY EVENINO, DECEMBER 14, Hi nuiiscjtirTZoir to nut jtmsxno EvL JTDJTJTOA' fJncludfHf; Poitagt), H(r MONTH, 30c. I PER YEA II, $3.00. K THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Ks ' HL Total number of " Worlds" printed during Kf tk month of NoTombori I88T1 Hjf 8,505,840. K, AVKKAQB PER DAT FOB TUB BNTOUt K" HONTH, I' 283,528 COPIES. HI K' f so VEunsn cincutu jtvo.y during pott nx mfi JroeiMy iiy V Total, Awag., K- assa 03, sgx 31,40a r 3883 1 1,381,070 4B&80 Ef 3884 3, HitS, 834 198,104 K 3883 4,048,483 304,048 ft" MSO 0,107,490 903,880 Kf w 8,505,840 283,528 H OPENJTO ALL. Hl The New York "World" Invites ovory R' Newspaper Proprietor and evory Advortlser Rp to examine Its Books and Press Room to Hi-'-' Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. Kv P ADVERTISING RATES. ft' (Agate Measurement.) R& Ordinary, 25 owU per line. No extra prioe for ac- Bm'1 etptable display. Bue...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 December 1887

I '"" ' W I 'iH Jk ' TBEOTlLDr WEDNESBATEfEtolG, DECEMBER 14, 1881 $ ', S NOTABLE SOCIAL EVENTS. i . .THREE WEDDINGS AND THREE DECEPTIONS TO OCCUR TO-DAY. Jllr. TJogtvrlek to Marry Miss Bmltb, Mr. Foot to Wed nilia Fellowes, nu Mr. Klnnnn to Marry Miss Morris Mrs Wad dclli Mrs. Colonic and Mrs. Van Hcbalck to HIto Keccptlono Wnllace-Itlvers. ANY woll-known peo plo will attend tho wodding this after noon, at 4 o'clock, at tho Ohuroh of tho Holy Communion, of Sir. James Ilnrvoy Bostwlck and Miss Mary A. Smith, grand daughter of tho lata John J. Cisco. Tho Rov. Dr. Ilonry Mottet will ofuolato. Mr. Charles O. Thomas, of Gormantown, Pa., will bo tho best man. Messrs. Hiram Smith, Goorgo Cisco, Horace Waldo, Jr., and Thlllp Cross will bo tho ushors. Thoro will bo no bridesmaids. Tho bride will wear a maroon-colored gros grain Bilk with plush panels of tho samo shado, with front of cmbroidored cropo, and small bonnet to match. Sho will carry whito rosos. Jlifis Anna Tait, a nioco of tho gr...

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. — 14 December 1887

EL' . 'I r y - THE WORLD : WEDNESDATEVEIVING, DECEMBER Li, I887.J I ' i " .- - , WHEN YOU READ , " I CLOTHING ADVERTISEMENTS " K THlkHL OF THE I LONDON & LIYERPOOl " m mti ABTD REMEMBER THAT 1 ' THE LONDON & LIVERPOOL '. '' . K ' WILL INAUGURATE f ' Tlte tostol Slaughter Site of ' 1 SILK ' AND SATIN-LINED OVERCOATS ' I THAT HAS EVES? TAICER8 PLACE. H v 500 EEWASB "will Tbe gieia if w eanMi prodLme exactly wJh.at we ad.veiptise m 8 AND 88 BOWERY, COM. HESTER ST. . ! f OFEPq- Q-TrBznsiia lO 3P. 35E. Hi furs. Hp Kf JAMES McCREERY & CO. Kf Gall nttontion to a select K stock of Sealskin Saccules, K 32, 31 and I$0 inches deep, jr S75, S85, S5,S100toSlG5. Ht Sealskin Sucqucs, f 38, 40 and 42 inches deep, HJ&. 95, $105, S115 to $225. Kf Sealskin Sacq uo s , Kf 44, 40 and 48 inches deep, H SI 05, SI 75 to 821)0. B Sealskin J a c k o t s , B 605, 875, 885 to $140. M& Sealskin Dolmans, H $80, 800, 8100 to SttOO. KL Sealskin Wraps, PWl latest stylos, 54, 50, 58 and ta! go in...

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. — 14 December 1887

I 5 O'CLOCK " . Sllfe: y ww I 5 O'CLOCK II 1 I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT.' H DELEGATES ARRIVING FAST- IS INFLUX OF REPUBLICANS TO ATTEND TO-MORROW'S CONVENTION. tTakra In Charge by a Commutes and Dis tributed Among tbe Hotels rJenator Edmund One of Vermont' Represents tlve Programme Laid Out Tor the Open Ins Cremonleo-8enator Evart Chairman. About ono-fourth of tho 1,200 delegates to the ltepubllcan OlabB' Convention has Already arrived in this city, and aro being jrapidly disposed of among tho hotels by a eommittoo consisting of tho New York Re publican Club, of 82 West Twenty-eighth street. The Vermont dologation of twenty-three delegates, representing clubs at St. Albans, Burlington, Bennington, Montpelier.itutlnnd, ' 'Woodstock and Brattloboro', all of which have been organized within two weeks, ar rived this morning. They inolude t Senator George v. Edmund. ez-Gor. William B. Page, ex-Gov. J. Gregory...

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. — 14 December 1887

HL''V 2 THE WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1887. I H( THE WORLD. H ' WEDNESDAY EVENINC, DECEMBER 14, IBp BVBBCItlPTIOir TO TUB XTENinO JKM.h EDITION (Including PoUaot), K ' PBIt MONTH, 30c t FJSJi YEAR, $3,S0. K' THE NOVEMBER RECORD. BV Hf Total number of "World" printed dorlng H ' lie month r November, 18B7 8,505,840. B AVERAGE PER SAT FOR THE BTmRIJ Kt, MONTH, M' , 283,528 COPBES. B?V XOrwaBRancVLATlONaurtwthtpattUx IKiv liear oompartdt Ht'i JrVmlM JJaMy H& 2M9 043,801 31,403 K JM8 1,301,070 40,380 H JSi 8,8411,834 128,104 BV' 3 4,048,403 104,048 R& 3S0 0,107,420 808JS80 f w 8,605,840 283,528 B ( OPENJTO ALL. Hp The New York "World" Invites every Hv Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser IR to oxamlne Its Books and Press Room to Hr' Satisfy himself ebout Its Circulation. Hr advertising rates. aSa afeiiS - (Acata Measurement.) Ordloary, 25 cmU pr line. No eitr price for eo KIT rtpUMo display. Buelnees or Special Notloee, opposite H$fe Editorial pace. flO oenU pe...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 14 December 1887

T - 9 I THE WORLD i WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1887. S 'JlH A IHOIABEE SOCIAL EVENTS. ; , nmEB WEDDINGS AND THREE RECEPTIOHS TO OCCUE TO-DAY. Sir. TJestvriek to Maury Miss Bmltb, Mr. Foot to Wed Itllx Fellowes, and DIr. Klnnrni to Blurry Ml niorrt Mn Wad. dell, Ainu Colcnte nnd Aim. Tiui Ochalck to O Its Reception Wallace-Myers. ANT woll-known peo- yr plo will attend the I ' ". jr TTT wedding this after- v noon, at i o'clock, at k J 111 J J the Church of the tVOer- jll f Holy Communion, of Svlk i"' V r Jmos Harvey --HCn&llSLhBostwiok and Miss M ItlnslrisL Joun J 01bco' Tne TOlt I ! uWflnw lov" r Henry Mottet JnJtflH -will officiate. Mr. fWPElu Charles G. Thomas, of BJaKKpjyJ Gormnntown, Fa., will ajT1 bo tho best man. $ej?qpjf'$5. Messrs. Hiram Smith, ySfcPZ' Gcorgo Cisco, Horace Woldo, jr., and Philip Cross will be the ushers. Thero will bo no bridosmaids. The bride will wear a maroon-colored gros grain Bilk with plush panels of tho samo shade, with front of embroidorod cr...

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. — 14 December 1887

fr , X THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1887: I If 1 ,t, WHEN YOU READ j I f CLOTHING ADVERTISEMENTS - i LONDON & LIVERPOOL I . B AND BEMEMBEK THAT " I TO-MORROW, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, i I THE LONDON & LIVERPOOL j ' WILL INAUGURATE The Greatest Slaughter Sale of . K , ' in-1 I SILK AND SATIN-LINED OVERCOATS 1 THAT HAS EVER TAKEN PLACE. 3 HL $500 REWARD will be given if we cannot produce exactly what we advertise " a I LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING COMPANY, 86 AND 88 BOWERY, COR. HESTER ST. Jf Hl 03PE33XT XJnXT-TiXj, XO I. 3VE- . p BOSTON EE-ELECTED MAIOR O'BEIEN. B't J Netable Bf nnlclpal Conceit In Whleh Some Bk- Demoerntlo Chieftain War Slain. R ISnCUX.TOTIESWOaLD.1 Hi Boaros, Deo. 14. The Mayoralty campaign E' ended yesterday ritb another bard-earned K "rlctory for the Democraoy and tho triumph- K Bat re-election of Mayor O'Brien, who ro- Hp eeWed M.MO votes, rlth Banker Hart at tho H' bead of 26,101. Mayor O'Brion's plurality HH&i was 1,539. Tho total 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. — 15 December 1887

v WaH I r J . '?;SJH 5 O'CLOCK .jg4g H TfitV S O'CLOCK ' fl Jj AlUfL I wP'V ? lWwW JbaTKA. fl p. .' ' ' -?', -".:- ! ' ..,.ii . i -.,-... . I,-- -i ,...... I.,.. ,,, .-,... .-. -. i , .. ... . M i... -.. . . l"-''.!-.-.- '''.- : - " .' , . . J"..:...".." , . ,. ...,,,, ... , ...... .. -..-a.... 'fjl PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. 1H OHIO'S MAN WINS. Stierman'sFriefitls Defeat Blaine's in a Preliminary Skirmislu A Hot Fight at tho Opening of the Convention of Bepublican Olubs. Daniel J. Ryan Elected Temporary Chairman Over Gen. GofTby Flvo Majority. CHIekerlng nail Packed .Fall With 1,000 Delegates from a Scare of State Presi dential Favorites and Dark Hones Well Represented Well.Knswn Men In the Gathering Acrlsneny Shown James P. Foiter Telle Whnt Lot! of Harmony There Will Do and Then the Fight Breaks Ont Excitement and Dliorder. Ohiokering Ilnll is tho scene of a most ro ll markable political convention to-d...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 December 1887

Rr C rafflSWOtttTD! THURSDiC!TEVENIN, DECEMBER K, X88E l I PIHE WORLD. BP ' rrHURSDAY-EVENINO, DECEMBER-tO. K 4 va50BXPxrojr sro nut jsvxiairth Hfcft' XVSXZOlf (XntXttdlng Foitagt), Wm. TXBXpiTTJT, 80c, tPSR TEAM, $3.50. Ip , .THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Mr&- ) Tetal number of "Worlds" printed daring BSf ft Month of November, 188T W 8,505.840. Mw ' ATXBAQB KOI DAT FOB TUB" BSTIBB. II 283,528 COPIES. '?".. V EQYXXBBR CIRCULATION aurinoM past $ix. Wffc' Har corAPorsdr EPv ." JTmait' Dallf Hji&' 4 roltl. Avtragu ? ;J .: 943,80t 31,409 H&, JIUm m.)X,301,070 4BJ80 Hfif :fM.. . 3,848,834 188,104 g&J - 4,08,433 104,048 mm. nuM... o,iQi,4ao 903,sao Kg. 'w 8,605,840 283,528 K ' OPEN TO ALL. Rk The-;. New York "World" Invito ovory Ifjte Mawnapar proprietor and ovary Advertiser WM Ho examine Its Books and Press Room to B&' Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. K ADVERTISING BATES. gffV' (Agate Mtasurtmtnt, V& Orfftaarr. 80 cat par lint. No txtra pile fw ae- rj igUlila alsplsr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 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
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