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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 December 1887

PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION: NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT,1 11 BOOMING THE G.O.P. i The Convention of Republican Clubs Opened at Noon. A Hot Fight Breaka Out Over the Chairmanship. Daniel J. Ryan, tho Candldato from Ohio.. Elocted by a Malorlty of Five. I Plojor Paoli Calls tho Gathering , to Order and the Uov. Dr. OtoArthnr Invokes n messing Well.Known Iitaders In the Assembly Blaine, Sherman, Lincoln and Other Fosalblo Presidential Candidate tteprcaented A Bnajr Day in Politics. Chickoring Hall is tho ncenoof amostre markablo political oonTOntlon to-day, ono mado up of 1,800 delogates from Itopnbli eon olubs in all porta of tho country. Yet the members of tho Now York Ro publican Club, to whoso invention and effort I tho convention may bo rightly ascribed, stoutly insist that thoy ore not politicians at all, and the delegates eoon learn the somo tone after thoir arrival. Twenty-two States aro represented and their delegates may be disc...

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. — 15 December 1887

Bfll !: TH&iWXRfcD.:imUSA I Rh the world. HE' THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19. Hjr' BVBBOBITTXOir TO TUX JSTXlflKO Hpt' ' EDITION (Including T6$tag), B) rSR MONTH, 80c. I PER TSAR, $3.80. Bf THE NOVEMBER RECORD. sSaaaBaflsSHf HHk Total number f " Worlds" printed during; Hg tie month of Novembers 1887. K) 8,505,840. HF .ATSItAGB FEB OAT FOB TUB ENTOIE Hff oirrn, K 283,528 COPIES. He rmrmtBBit circolation during tht sxut tx HErv lor compared ; H&' r'"'- Average, 1 043,801 31,409 M; 193 1,301,070 48,380 BV JAM 3,84S,83i 328,104, Bgt- Jfff 4,048,4B3 304,048 H Iff 0,107,430 803,090 r issr. 8,505,840 283,528 H? OPEN TO ALL. Hp The New York "World" Invite every k) Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser HsHlf? to examine Its Books and Press Room to Kli Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. K , E ADVERTISINa RATES. Kv (Agate Meaenremeiil.) K. Ordinary, 25 cente per line. No extra prtoe for se- HE testable display. Btulneu or Specie) NoUoes, opposite H.v Editorial per, 00 cents per ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 December 1887

I BEST FOR WEARY WOMEN. 1 WHEBE ME DESERVING MAT RECUPERATE DURING TUB 8UHMEB. i The Fhllanthroplo Work Now Being Done , for Overworked City Women by tho New Bnmmer n,et Society at Paekaekt the Harper Benehore Cottnce, Working Girt Tncatlon Society and Teacher Rest. , COMMITTEE of la- ' lh i3 08' or8ftnteod under i U&jQ gl? 1 tho namo of the Bum- v 0 II mor os ocioty, 'M V Utv( 8 spring leased a cottage tfeJL.l - ftt roskack, Bergon ifrWy County, N. J to afford ysltVv'" good board with pleas. j3J43FSaA, ant surroundings to JgJ W fwv womcn earning their 5& I :3lS.' lrA own Uwlihood. ftgjj 1C2 U (lgv, The cottoge.which is &? ! m aLJjlZjM situatod upon ono of ci Jfx 5 tho WBhcst hllli ,n tho wSllrU v'?? tftto of Now Jersey, ffj&& ifl I j ttjL? was Dullt hy Joseph vSi g-IJ IlllJjffi roorlcB8 at a cost of tva j $18,000, when ho. an English fortuno Book er, was enjoying palmy days on tho floor of the Now York Stock Exchange. Ho was af terwards compelled to relinquish h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 December 1887

MB1':; IK- I THE WORLD ! THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 15, 1887: , H W. J. R. BODWELL DEAD. saataaaKr BF tAN ATTACK OF HEART DISEASE CAEEIED H. mil OFF EARLY THIS MOKNINO. Bh ? B Matt Been HI far Two or Three Week, Hf Hie Friend Apprehended Nothing Hy Berlene An Irreparable Los to the Re. HEP pebllcan Forty In Maine What Joe Mauley Heuri Abont the Dead Statesman. c Bi larxcui. to mm would. I t Auotrm, Mo., Doc. 15. Gov. J. B. Sod. HL ' fnl died at his homo at 5.80 this morning Hr !ot heart diseaso. Ho had been sick but B abort timo. Gov. Bodwoll was bora Hx Jono 18, 1818, in that part of Mothnon, H!'- Mhy Mom., now called La w- Ki, Jf renoo. His father, L' Joflcpbllodwoll, owned Ef: Jffl -, 0l 'ttrm t mouth B lA 7 of Speot KiTcr" Ho fe .i nft n vrM n mo0' worthy ixnamk Itwi man and his wifo wni aaaaaaaV'' wilMfflwt'lPiwSfe' a woman of refinement K i3flBipvlpSxK lm exemPlry charao. E"' t?!9M5m tor' Younfr Joseph Hhr (ULSTvS wasthrownon his own Hpl 1 resources at tho age of B; rorarnn. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 December 1887

" I 3 O'CLOCK" V- Irfe &&W ll 3 O'CLOCK I ' 1 EDITION. lpC W, ' Hll0rp EDITION. 1 PRICE OWE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1887. ETMNINO EDITION. p ,rv nrm mKm M J GOV. J. K. BODWEU DEAD, AN ATTACK OP HEART DISEASE CARRIED HIM OFF EARLY THIS MORNING. He Had Deen III for Two or Three Week, bat III Friend Apprehended Nothing Berlons An Irreparable Lost te the lie. nbllcnn Party In Maine What Joe Manley Hay About tho Dead Statesman. lltlOUL TO XITa WOBLD.I Auowra, Mo., Deo. 16. Got. J. II. Bod. well died nt bis homo at 6.80 this morning of heart discos. Ho bad been sick but a short timo. Gov. Bodwell was born June 18. 1818, in that part of Motbuen, iBaV Mass., now called Law. & X renoo. His father, m fi JooophBodwell, owned S iJ5 gBM. n farm at tho mouth W & 18 of Spigot Blver. He VJlMflfnammlH mftnnnd Wswifo was wfllv5rIreuaHR & woman of refinement WffijKyJiy?X; and exemplary charao. V tPHSglUES tor. Young Joseph 4l3 VV was thrown on his ow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 December 1887

KY 4 THE WORLD, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 46, 1887. I KlEEvffO&ID. B THURSDAY EVl-NINQ, DECEMBER 19. Kb tatrkaonxmoir to xnx xrxirvfo- Hk. . XDXXXOX (Including roetage), WW '3PBB MONTH, 80c tPSIl YEAH, $8.50. mm .. fr . THE NOVEMBER RECORD. R?, t Total number fM Worlds" printed daring 5 (the Month of Nevember, 1887, m 8,505,840. . AVERAGE PER SAT 70S TUB ENTIRE mkx iMoirrn, II 283,528 COPIES. Kg , XOVBMBR CIRCULATION Curing Vie pait $tt mM , Wxr compared f H$C. JrVmlArj' Daffy XbfaJ. Aforago. 3j '3889 03, 80 1 31,403 W 3888 ,101,070 40,389 '&' 3884.... 3,843,834 398,104 ;' 3ff........... 4,048,453 304,08 A 3S80. 9,107,490 903,880 aw.. 8,505,840 283,528 I ' OPEN TO ALL. Tho New York "World" Invites every I Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser H to examine Its Books and Press Room to 5?- Satisfy himself about its Circulation. W ' ADVERTISING RATES. (H t (InU KiumMit) X Ordinary, SO ewti psr Una. Ho extra pries for ee- ;, ctptabls display. BiudnsM or Bpselal Itotle, oppos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 December 1887

S ajsWaBWlwlwfl iWiWbWiWbbbWi I THE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 15, 1887. if , , '""ifljH REST FOR WEAEY WOMEN. VOIKIIB TOE DESERVING MAT BEODFEBATE DURING THE BUMMER. yhe Fnllantbrople Work Now Betas; Dons for Overworked City Women by the New Hummer Rest Society at Faskaek, the Harper Senahore Cottage, Working; Girls' Vncntlon Society and Teacher' Itest. COMMITTEE of In- iJ- jF3 os' orBanized under ! USUafr' 1 tho name of tho Sum- y SE 1 mer Rest Socloty last V IT? H BprinK leased a cottage TfcjJ' .ll Taskook, Dcrgen jjrlMjr- County, N.J. , to afford yLjZ?' Kd board with pleas. rKMp$lAf. nn surroundings to PHsTll I Irak. women earning tholr V KJty it?,-, own livelihood. l 111 CS( N (IflK, Tho cottago.which is fj&CjJf) ! " ff situated upon one of ElTfffS Jg the highest hills in the ffij?"'"TV ''" -.$"' Btato of Now Jorsoy, fflp 'il HI -M 'was built by Joseph Vrt WlillL Peerless at a cost of IvNa &gi $18,000, when he, an English fortuno sook tr, was enjoying palmy days...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 15 December 1887

Hi. -f THE WORLD t THURSDAY EVENING, DECEBIBER 15, 1887. I H''V'! l - SOW WOStNraOIIlD DHE38. Klfeii i A Pew Ward of AtMce frem the Paitor of ES5 Charea la Maryland HP t '. (Jto U JtoMum .isMrteoa.) E? ST. L. D. Wilion, of Strawbridffo M. E. B? ' Cfetireh, talked to hit congregation vester. BKr d7 raomlflg bont bow woman professing K J B be godly ought to dress. In doing so he HaV' oaohed upon rations wpoots of the female He. irese question, no held that taste and H adaptability had s great deal to do with Bt Jdreas. Borne women may bo. clothed in cal- v' jeo at three, four and five cents u yard and K look well and bo as godly, and often more l' , so, than others who pay from $5 to 810 a 7 ' yard for their drapery, and yet aro not happy. o Ait after the godly fashion does not im- m-i ply carelessness, Taok of neatness, want of H; self-respect or appreciation of tho propria- kssssKv Uet of ' life, bnt it does mean not Siring way to eztraraganoo and in. alglng in the. taste for grandn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

I 5 O'CLOCK " ' . '. fe: ' m WK, I 5 O'CLOCK 1 . j 17YTT5 A ' Ml (&ffl$Stt MlftlPlM T?VT15 A 11 i A TllA. I wfJ1 . p lWWW Hi ATJJA. I 1 PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1G, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. 118 HORNS LOCKED FAST. Blaino Men and Ohio Men Booming Their Favorites. Sacond Day of the Convontlon Oponod with Livoly Sconos. PENATOB EYAET8 PEEUANENT CEADUIAN. Delegates Whooping It Up at Every Oppor tunity Great Shooting Dune for the Man From Maine Sherman' Friends Cheer Alio Foraker Mot Forgotten A Bqnab. ble Among the New Yorker Bloody Shirt Resolutions Abont LimaTt Despite tho precautions taken by the Re publican Club Convention in Chickering Hall to avoid nil consideration of can didates for 1883, and for the promotion of harmony in tho groat work -which th clnbs proposo to do tho salvation cf tho Gone Oat Forty tho contest botwom Blaino, of Maine, nnd Sherman, of Obo, fairly and distinctly outlined itself. Blaine and Sherman could not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

V I H i $ .. THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16, 1887. . ,- I B.- THE WOKLD. Bff "VrtlDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10. K BVVacjtxrxioy xo tub Brxiruro BfjpJ X3H7ION (Including Tettag), KM JPJC2? MOSTB, 80c. t PSIi TSAR, $3.S0. mrmft Mfc THE NOVEMBER RECORD. HpjF Total number of " World!" printed dnrlntr K$f tfa Month of November, 1887, R'' 8.505,840. KW AVERAGE FSB OAT FOB TUB KOTTEB K MONTH, P 283,528 COPIES. " SOrSUBBR CIRCULATION Curing On pott tlx Ku Vtart comixartSt HOfc ' Wlr nr HrHp IWaf. 4frtp, $' ' 1889 043,801 31,409 Mj 1883 1,301,070 40,380 K. '1834 3,843,834 198,104 Wm ' 4,948,433 104,948 if 1880,.-. 0,107,490 908,380 1 aw. 8,505,840 ' 283,528 If! OPEN TO ALL. Mm Tho New York "World" Invito every Kb Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser R'f to examine Its Books and Press Room to ttj& Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. & ADVERTISING RATES. B (Aat Measurement.) B(.m CMJsair. Sft nli psr line, Ko extra price far w Kg. Mptebl dlsplsy. Btulnsss or Spselal IfotlMa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

.... THE WORLDt FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBEtt lfl, 1887. . . 3 '9 AN AFTERNOON IN SOCIETY. GOOD WEATHER FOB TUB EEOEPTIONB, TEAS ADD OTHEBETENTS TO-DAY. iMrs. Frederie Goodrldsre la Glrm m. Reeep lion This Afternoon Last Week's Ant tear Theatrical Entertainment to be lie pentrd To-Dny Mr. and Sire. Charles Carroll to Sail for Europe To-.llorrow. tLEAR, cold woathcr will mako a pleasant chango for thoso who aro going fo attend tho many teas or amateur theatricals to - day. Mrs. Frederio Good ridco, of 250 Fifth avenue, will give a re ception this afternoon. Miss Lina Crawford, Miss Luak, Miss Marie Reed, Miss Marie Man ice. Miss Costar, Miss Kitty Babcock, Miss Batterthwaite, Miss Van Wart, Miss Char lotte Zerega, Miss Julia Cotton Smith, Miss AgnoB Lawrence, Miss Margaret Lawrence, Miss Hoadly, Miss "Wells, Miss Louise Floyd Jones, Miss Oddio, Miss Carrie Webb, Miss Camilla Moss and Miss Bmedling will assist in receiv ing. Among those expected ore the following-named persons : Mrs. J. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

PF . . Hv . THUTWOIlEDi FHIDinriWENING, DKUEMBEino; IRnr; I 25,000 OVERCOATS ALMOST GIM AWAT TO THE PEOPLE. H THE LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO., 86 and 88 Bowery, wilt sell to-morrow 25,000 MEN'S OVERCOATS, comprising thq R) i remainder of their entire winter stock, Chinchillas, Meltons, Kerseys and Beavers, made equal in every respeot to the finest custom work. Remember Wk, thii is no humbug sale, and remember that this great offer is only for one day to-morrow, SATURDAY, Deo. 17, 1887. BEf ' .AW bbbbbbbbbbbbbbsW BBBBBBBB1b1CnBJ9KKSBKBBBa B iaasaswsi sasaasBS) essaV S iBBBBBBBVlHhZHBBfiBBBBBl aw saseew fl BJB aweW BB esesaiBaiBaaT SBBS7BB69rSddBiGBBBBBBBBBBi I flWp 9 A. M. TO 11 P. M. ffl 9 A- M- T0 H P- M' BiP' IIH SATURDAY, GBR SATURDAY, jJB B AJso J&QQ8 BOYS' OVERCOATS at - " 81.00. K Also 10,OQO BOYS' SUITS at $1.00. M REMEMBER, ONE DAY ONLY, SATURDAY, DEC. B7. B ft r- K' THE PAlBOLHiN WAS 1NTKUSIYE. BV Why Mr. noser Dame to Court with a Split HV Ear and a Crippled Ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

I 3 O'CLOCK , ' Ffe, ?M' I 3 O'CLOCK If . j i m xj i x j.vjxn . sP'3' njP yPH'1'l-ll' JIjJJXXHJJM. a .1 . PRICE ONE CENT. MTMNISO EDITION. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1887. BVimiNO EDITION. PRICE ONE CENtT " H AUGUST BELMONT RESIGNS. ' I TROUBLE AMONG THE DIRECTORS OP THE AMERICAN JOCKEX CLUB. Judge Monson, Who lint linen Treasurer tsr Twenty-three Years, the Bone of Con- tenlten Mr. Belmont Hold the Villa Bide Association Responsible An liflbrt to Id dote Sir. Belmont to Itemaln President. Members of the American Jockey Olub are in a state of anything but mild excitoment over the resignation of Banker August Bel mont as President and Dirocjor, and tho im- '-' pending resignations of Judge Alonzo 0. Monson, Treasurer, and L. L. Withers, di rector. The meeting at which President Belmont resigned was held on Wednesday ovening at the club-room on Madison avenuo. Tho pro ceedings wore unusually animated, but much reticence is maintained as to what was done and said. It is knows, howe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

HI'- , 8 TIIE WORLD : FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1887. I Hi THE WORLD. H rllliXtHfatrrnirllMin Co, snaaaaaf ' Kr FRIDAY EVENINC, DECEMBER 16. HP E') nvjascitJPTjoy to thu r.rnsiNa L EDITION (Including rottapr), mf,'J rER Mourn, 30c. i rER yeah, $3.go. H' THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Hi Hti Total number of "World" printed dnrlna; K"' toe month of Novembert 1887 Hf 8,505,840. Kg.'- AVERAGE FEn DAY FOR THE ENTIRE Hp MONTH, 1 283,528 COPIES. IH1 JJO VRMDBR C1RCVLA TIOS during the past Hz Ho. war compared f Hff i.nfMy tolly r Tbral. U'traf, B&l 38SS 043,801 31,402 HT 3883 1,301,070 4.1.3H9 Bf 3884 3,84B,s:U 328,194 K& 38HS 4,048,4X3 304,948 Bv 38FC 0,107,420 S03,B80 K; 1887 .....8,505,840 283,528 H OPEN TO ALL. M R Th6 Now York "World" Invite every B' Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser R ' to oxamlne Itt Books and Press Room to Ei! Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. n " - - HF ADVERTISING KATES. Bf' a (Acate Meaanrement.) B$ Ordinary, 2fl" cents per line, No extra price far ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

I ''3H i THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1G, 1887. ft mM f AN AFTERNOON IN SOCIETY. M GOOD WEATHER FOR .THE RECEPTIONS, if TEAS AND OTHER EVENTS TO-DAY. ! Hire. Frederic Gooilrldge to O Its a Rectp I lion Tlil" Afternoon Last Week' Ant- I tenr Theatrical Entertainment to be lie prnteit To.Iny Mr. and Mr. Charles Carroll to Hall for Europe To-Morrow. tLEAK, cold wenthor will mako a pleasant change for those who nro going to attend tho many teas or amateur theatricals to - day. Mrs. Frederlo Good ridgo, of 250 Fifth avenue, will give a ro ccption this afternoon. Miss Lina Crawford, Miss Lusk, Miss Marie Reed, Miss Mario Man ico, Miss Costar, Miss Kitty Babcock, Miss Sattorthwalto, Miss Van Wart, Miss Char lotto Zcroga, Miss Julia Cotton Smith, Miss Agnes Lawrenco, Miss Margaret Jjawronco. Miss Iloadly, MissWolls, Miss Louise Floyd Jones, Miss Ortdie, Miss Carrio Wobb, Miss Camilla Moss and Miss Bmedling will assist In receiv ing. Among thoso expected aro tho following-named person...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

14 'r . rnE "WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1 1887: 1 25,000 OVERCOATS ALMOST GIVEN AWAT TO THE PEOPLE. Bv THE LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO., 86 and 83 Bowery, will sell to-morrow 25,000 MEN'S OVERCOATS, comprising the B ' (remainder of their entire winter stock, Chinchillas, Meltons, Kerseys and Beavers, made equal in every respect to the finest custom work. Remember Kn fthis is no humbug sale, and remember that this great offer is only for one day to-morrow, SATURDAY, Deo. 17, 1887. tQA M TO 11 PM HhI Q A I TO 11 P M frlfSB St A. ATA. A V XI AT ATA. WBJKI "- " -- - "" EfISpP'IP'ShF 1 U-IYlU itxtU W , IflBBi 1 U-lVlUJanU W , sHHttt SATURDAY, Km SATURDAY, J 0t cn IGiSB Ckr c Bill ; B; Also 10,000 BOYS' OVERCbATS at - ' $1.00. K Also 10,000 BOYS' SUITS at - $1.00. REMEMBER, ONE DAY ONLY, SATURDAY, DEC. 17. Extraordinary CHRISTMAS Inducements. IK- Before announcing our SPE- K) CIALTIES we ask buyers to K' Consider that WE MANU- K' FACTURE OUR OWN BEf Goods; that we employ only ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YOIIK, FRIDAY, DECEMBER. 10, 1897. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENtT ill I JORNS LOCKED FAST. ( - 1 Blaine Men and Ohio Men Booming I Their Favorites. J Second Day of the Convontion Opened with Llvoly Scones. PEKATOE EVART8 PERMANENT CHAIRMAN. Delegates Whooping It Up at Every Oppor tunity Great Bhontlng Done for the Mnn From Maine Sherman' Friends Cheer Also I'ornkcr Not Forgotten A Squab Ill Among; tbe New Yorker Bloody Halrt Resolutions About Lamar. , Despite tho precautions taken by the Ro- j publican Olub Contention in Chtokering Hall to avoid all consideration of can- dldntes, for 1888, and for the promotion of bnrinony in the great work which the clubs proposo to do the salvation of the Gone Out Party the contest between j Blaino, of Maine, and Bhorman, of Ohio, ,' fairly and distinctly outlined itself. Blaine and Bhorman could not bo kept out of the conflicting minds of any Catherine of Republicans nny more than Air. Dick could keep the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

jBKjp V f til K; THE WORLD. Htfj" raWrgaJrrMrt . Hk FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16. Hs exntscniTTioTr to hub xrxxxxra K&. EDITION (Including rottagt), Hk - P7l MONTH, 30c ; PEIl YBAR $3.50. bv the november record. Kp Kh:. Total number of " World" printed durtna ft tie month ofNoTrmber, 188T, H 8,505,840. H AVERAGE FSB DAT J70R THE ENTIRE Kp MONTII, HL 283,528 COPIES. K SOVEUDSR CIRCULA T10S during the past Hz K. 1 wars compared: KV 3888 D43,80t 31,403 l MM 1,301,070 40,380 , 3,840,83 198,104 ET MM 4,048,433 104,048 n 2S0 0,107,430 903,080 Hj:::; Jr. 8,505,840 283,528 HpT OPEN TO ALL. K ''Tho Now York "World" Invites every K' Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Kv to examine Its Books and Press Room to V Satisfy hlmsoll about Its Circulation. Hp ADVERTISING KATES. HRr (AgaU Measortmsnl.) B"t Ordinary, SO enU psr llns. Ho artra pries for ae- Hv ptfcl display. Business or Special NotleM, opposite Hf Eaitorul ptc. 00 esnt pr Unt. Rssdinc NoUms, HK. ttmd or marked "Adit."! First p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

VI i THE WORLD ; FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER SG, 1887J ' .'Z 'yf lH 1 AN AFTERNOON IN SOCIETY. '. GOOD WEATHER FOE THE BEOEPTIOXS, '1 TEAS AMD OTHEB EVENTS TO-DAY. ' il jir. Frederic Ooodrldo to Give n Recep. II ' tlon This Afternoon Last Week's Ami. ' jfl tear Theatrical Entertainment to bo lie H I pealed To.Dny Blr. and Aire. Cbnrlee 14 I Carroll to Sail for Europe To-Morrow. -I I rr v LEAR, cold wcathor ,( sm&S w'" mako a pleasant f jJLz-fr S. cianBe ror Uoso who 6KSQ?VvV vO) ftrBing to attend the h. wCWTfJI y many teas or amateur l)yxijT!i. theatricals to - day. Sy. ly Xa Wfi$ Mrs. Fredorio Good- 7A T aE-J rsj rid8' f 25 Fiah l VOT-y) aTenuei give a re. u fvjk0fii cep"ontn'saftorntn' j J dllnSJ'J L 'M Jn Crawford, 1 tfffi&i n 'M ,ns'c '8S Marie V yliSfcl Rood, Miss Marie Man- l yfcSM ice. Miss Costar, Miss ' l75jql L Kitty Babcock, Miss frill Ifil CTHT Satterthwaito, Miss ( UtJjUJf Ww Van Wart, Miss Cbar- aB3ks& lotto Zercga, Miss j Julia- Cotton Smith, Miss Acnes LawTe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 16 December 1887

I 25,000 OVERCOATS ALMOST GIVEN AWAT TO THE PEOPLE. K THE XONDON & LIVERPOOL CIOTBING CO., 86 and 88 Bowery, will sell to-morrow 25,000 MEN'S OVERCOATS, comprising the m remainder of their entire winter stook, Clnnoliillas, Meltons, Kerseys and Beavers, made equal in every respeot to the finest custom work. KememW K this is no humbug sale, and remember that this great offer is only for one day, to-morrow, SATURDAY, Deo. 17, 1887. B IK! vottr n1 vottp BUB t9 A. M. TO 11 P. Me iBkB 9AM TO 11PM HmI to-morrow SBIB th wnpijnw wiNn SATURD AY fPM SATURDAY Wi ! Also 10,000 BOYS' OVERCOATS at - t on K: Also 10,000 BOYS' SUITS at - - - STlffi' K REMEMBER, OWE DAY ONLY, SATURDAY, DEC. 17. flR vji flES iwL mftil B afc 9mt v . ibbI M bbbbbbbb H bbbbI bbbbH bbbbV .bbbH bbbbbbbb bbbbb H bbbbh h Db H Bb Hh lllH IB bbbbb Bnl IbbbbhhbbH snl b. j m & m . bbbbbbbbbB' s. bbbbd "BBfBBar BbbV Vbbb HIHv "obbbbbbbbP & bbB vtbbbbbbbbbvb bbbbbbbbS bbbbbi eBBBBBsB bbbbbbbbbH Ibbbbb! bbbVH bbbbI bbb...

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