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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 December 1887

I IToUR COMING ALDERMEN. ---1 ' I OUR CHINESE C AMBLERS. r "m I Portraits and Biograpliioal Skotchoa of fm,, .jKaf aS? 1 W rOv JTTrTB. r W W An Ulustratod Story of tlio Vicious and H I tho Now City Law-Givors. T iSdwA StS' Jv SSP ELk hTll lK& 11 31 omorplizodjVlionaofMottStroot. fl I SEE THESUWDAY WORLD (PL JjjIjP HEjlmSl PPlinJiLfl SEETHE SUNDAY WORLD 1 I "Learning Ballot Dancing Another VJT r YtJyiimmfTt T $ v V; A Dozen Interesting Sketches of tbo Po- fl of tho Experiences of Nollio Bly. KAOtZ-J culiar Features of Now York Lifo. vM PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1837. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT.' 11 WHITTIER EIGHTY YEARSOLD GIFTS POURING IN ON THE BELOTEDPOET OF FREEDOM. T Memorial of the Essex Cinb, Binned by Many Distinguished Htntesmen, Wai Pro denied To-Day How Mr. Whlttler Ap-. pear, and Live. In Ibe Quaint Old Town of Danvera Loved lly School Children. tSr-ZClAX, TO TOT, would. 1 Danvzbs, Mass., Deo. 17. John O. Whit tier, tho mos...

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. — 17 December 1887

MMsWWrEWfifflsafpre (THE WOEID. Nfe' SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17. Km BVBBCKXTTXOJT TO TUB BVEWllta Km:;- JSDIXIOX (Including Toitagt), mm" pen month, soc trxitrxAR, $3.ao. Hi THE NOVEMBER RECORD. MHi Total Bomber of " Werl d " printed daring lt.; the month of November, 188T, if: 8,505,840. Kft' AVEEAGE FEB SAT 7011 THE EKTHUI Km MONTH, II, 283,528 COPIES. FOVXMHBH CIRCULATION during the past six Ktjc twars compared M' rbfaf. Awtrafft, KSK MM 049,891 ai,4oa fjfc. MS3 Ifl01,070 40,380 Wm- 18S 3,848,834 128,104 ER 3S 4,048,433 104,048 Wm 1880 0,107,490 803,380 tJB war. 8,505,840 283,528 QPEN TO ALL. wm' Tho New York "World" Invites every Ktf Newspaper Proprlotor and every Advertiser tip to examine Its Books and Press Room to WMi Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. Wm. ADVERTISING RATES. Epffi (Aasto MMaurement.) KfB'i Ordinary. SA cti par Una. No utn pries for as- EuLft csptabU displsj. Btudnsas or Special Notios, oppMit ftg? Editorial pill, 50 onti ptr Una. IUadlng ftotloaa. Hi a...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 December 1887

V THE WORLD: SATURDAY RVENlNG, DECEMBER 17, 1887. fH I MAIDENS WHO STDDY ART.' JIOTT TJIEI TAKE ADVANTAGE OP PETER COOPER'S PHILANTIIKOrUY. iare Clsuaes In Oil rlntln, Cat Drawlnc, Wood-EnTTln and Crayon Photoarapli In the " Ar School Tor Women In CoP' Union Tho Condition! of Admit. .Ion-How tbe Work U Carried On. tOT of n spirit of thank, f ulnoBs, more than two hundrod and fifty maidens with souls that nspiro to art Mess the memory of old Peter Cooper dally. His benoflcent shekels httvo prepared a homo for those lovers of esthetics whero the test of instruction is supplied to them for nothing. It is tho Freo Art School for Women in Coopor Union. Tho present arrangement will not permit more thou two hundred and sovcnty.fivo to receive- the benefit of this gratuitous com so. Fully two hundrod and fifty nro waiting for a chance, to get in. Tho wholo course em braces four years. Thoso who are. admitted bavo only to register each now term. Tho applicants who como too lata havo tho prec...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 December 1887

IPtEP; THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1887: '1 If" WAR SCARE IN EUROPE. Kit AUSTRIA WANTS TO FORCE RUSSIA TO f ! EXl-LAIN HER MASSING OF TKOOrS. Km!'' Almost at Panto on 'Chance In Vienna A Kjm I Btrons Feeling In Faror of Bending an Rfri''' ' Immediate Ultimatum to the Cmr, and BllH In Case af an Unsatisfactory Iteptr to Eu&t ' Order an Immediate March of the Oer. HMnr man and Austrian Forces. Rfii csprHtsiti, ust, v rri ruuhtj company KaB,; (sracux, oiblc SEtrATcn to tux woaiD.l ESf, Tixkma, Dec. 18. Tbere was a beary fall on mF "Change to-day, resulting In almost a panic, canted KfK by yesterday' statement In the Invalade Rum K?5 and tbe announcement that Premier Tisca, of Han K ' Ery, bd been anmmoned to attend a Oonncll of HX- Moisten at Vienna. All kinds of securities wero HK offered for sale on ercry aide, and tho moro Iv, offer tbe greater fall In prices. Aus- B?' Ulan and nungarlsn rentes were the great Wpjf, est sufferers. This raorement on 'Change w la bnt ...

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. — 17 December 1887

I OUR COMING ALDERMEN. -L 1 OUR CHINESE GAMBLERS! Portraits ami Biographical Sketches of jgmttf 5?!B?r J? :5Sv sCO&Wifl W a. An Illustrated Story of tho Vicious and SEE THE SUNDAY WORij Slll ffiM CBilWlTlCl) SEETHE SUNDAY WORLD "Learning Ballet Dancing" Another Xg&jy Spj? N VHnf9S lliPi T of NT N-JfN N N VSl 3 A Dozen Interesting Sketches orthV" of the Experiences of Nollio Bly. JZiZJ culiar Foaturcs of Now York Life. PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1837. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT . . . . . WHITTIER EIGHTY YEARS OLD GIFTS TOURING IN ON THE BELOVED TOET CP FREEDOM. The ftlrmorlnl of the Essex Chili, Hlcned by IHnny lltlntiilbcd Mnlramen, Wan Pre. aentcd To-llny Mow Mr. Wblttlrr Ap. penr nnd Live In llic Quaint Old Town of IJnnvcr Loved ISy School Children. (SPECIAL TO Tlir WOnLD.l Danvers, Mass., Doo. 17. John O. Whit tior, the most Aincricnu poet, is oighty years ejy. old to-dnv. Tho anni- g ersnry is being ob- M served appropriately i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 December 1887

H yWfWWxr wjrT7"'"Vi9m-ili!rW''lr''S mm'T)nVif1imViT"-wmmmimri "VimVumftmW'W I'iiWi'Waysissj.sif'WsUil""' "I 'V'i;ry"WT''Wi?,ifWiWWS(v'lw3 I THE WORLD : SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1887. THE WORLD. H SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17. Hj BVitscxtirxxoy to xitit jsmNixa H IiDZTIOlf (Including Postage), M rxx month, 30c trsn YE Alt, $3,50. H THE NOVEMBER RECORD. H Total number of " World.'' printed dnrlng H the month of November, 188T, 8,505,340. B AVERAGE TR DAT FOR THE ENTIIIE IH MONTH, 283,528 COPSES. H ko rmnnn cmcula tjok anting the pa it nx H Vrars compared t H WolHv Dally H roful, .Jvrrave. H 1883 043,801 31,4(13 IH JSS3 1,301,070 411,380 IH 1884 3,H4S,834 138,104 IH JStf 4,048,413 104,048 IH JSSO 0,107,430 S03,B80 j7 8,505,840 283,528 I OPEN TO ALL. H The New York "World" Invito every H Newspaper Proprietor and every Advortlsor H to examino Its Books ond Press Room to H Satisfy himself about its Circulation. H ADVERTISING KATKS. JJH (Acate Measurement.) flH Ordinary, floenU per...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 December 1887

I ' , . THE WORLD; SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMDER 17, 1887. 3 "IH I MAIDENS TOO STUDY. ART. WW THEY TAKB ADTANTAQB OP TElER ' COOPBR'B PHILANTURornr. I tliarce Clnssea In Oil Fa.lntliiai Coat Droning, i Wood. lnra.Vln. arid Crayon riiotoarnph. In the Pre Art Bttaool Tar vV.nien In Cooper Union The Condition of Admls. alon llotr Ik Work U Carried On. UT of a spirit of thank fulness, mora than two hundred and fifty maidens with souls that aspire to art bless the memory of old Peter Cooper daily. Ills beneficent shekels have prepared a homo for those loTers of rcsthetlcs where the best of Instruction is supplied to them for nothing. It is the Free Art School for Women In Cooper Union. The present arrangement will not permit ruoro than two hundred and sovonty.flvo to recoivo the benefit of this gratuitous course. Fully twoliundred and fifty are wnitlng for a chance to get in. The whole course em braces four years. Those who are admitted have only to register eooh new term. The applicants wh...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 December 1887

HH M- THE WORLD: SATURDAY BVENINO, DECEMBER 17, 1887: .... , .,. ,y ..... -., 1 LggggggggK. .. -y iKlv f P. T. Barnum's Letter to the American Boys. ' TC A II I II HI hA'7uu' P'T.Barnums ; B BAKWUM. THE GREAT BHOWMAS. J) tbu 0M WirvjU. CJn9da- ' I : What a Boys i Piters Wat or My PUcty.BoyJB" iSuic cj&v'JL J vUcgAv4 Dl IlllfV B fl V T A II I gggggggE .4i?oittrHairom 7Yay-Bully for Tom. That Froma Librarian. Pahtltheri Keu YprltFamtlV . , . , i ' J . it " l.s J - I 19 In Mm M WW BH H N II nil I 1H,, Tiger got his match anyhow. WU1 all these animals or Paptr. Neu York CTlK.-The newiidealenfhero - A.Q - f, tf "-.- Via ' '." &4 jTSM? -TV3v I U Ml II Fi II 1 H U 11 HI D ggfiggggS-- KTaUra in Barnum'ij Show next utmner? Iomco- have run out of your paper. I n Uh you to send Ato MV&KW LAJL lflAALiXrVjLV l) -7lSL' J ULAaI ;J QYJK. 3&Ato Wgf I 19 Bgg? WW H Uf III gggggggggB:.V tag to that show If I sell my hat. aire u (ho copltM for threo months, beginning with No. 7. "w ' I -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 December 1887

" I SJE THE SUHDflY WORLD (W . ll WT W-Wmft Cv (d: I 1H I I ffl SEETHE SyNDAY WORLD m "ExprionccroTlolMy!1101 HTTSPP ' if A Doon Interesting Sketches of tho Po-" '$ in I j x J J cisS-J culinr Fcuturcs of Now York Life. 3m Tc I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1837 EVENING EDITION. inilCEONECENT 3 5 WHIT TIER EIGHTY YEARS OLD itd GIFTS -rOUBING IN ON TAB BELOVED POET OP FREEDOM. "The Blemorlal of the Essex Club, Signed by Manx Ulstlnsrnlshed Htatcsiiicn, Win Pre. tented To-Ilny How Mr. Whlttlcr Ap. penrsi nnd Urea In the Qnnlnt Old Town of Dnnvera Loved lly Hcliool Children. SPXCIAL TO TOB WOnLD.l j Dasvehs, Mass., Doc. 17. John G. Whlt- p tier, the most Amorican poot, is eighty years g M vorsary is boing ob. ,u. &,- E& scrvod appropriately in fSS? Xy many parts of the coun B && sjK 'T' du probably not M 4t5x5i?i B0 Knora"y anywhoro 'I ffittfMii WHlaaa 0S in OBlon nn(l '" tJt vTMmKHtn Bomo ' tuo ancient wm&- & SfPltftw '0WU80 E...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 December 1887

Bf THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVEN IN G, DECEMBER 17, 1887. , I b the would. HE SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17. IL' liVIlBCItlTriOff TO TUB XrKKlNO Bi, EDITION (Including Pottagt), Kf PKltMONTB, 80c. 1FEH YEAR, $3,60, B.: THE NOVEMBER RECORD. 1 iiHa? Total number of "World." printed during PPH.' ' month of Novembers 188T, B: 8,505.840. Hj AVKIUQE TER DAY FOR TUB ENTIRK IIBIf MONTH, K 283,528 COPIES. KL jrorssiBrn ciiicula tios curing the pan tz PPVf. year compared! PPPj . MohIW) Dally Kf 7btitt. Artrafj. PPKe 043,801 .11,402 PPHLP S888 1,301,070 4S,3H0 I PPHttf a,H4!t,H34 1211,104 PPH? 38HS 4,48,4tt3 101,048 PPH 1880 0,107,4X0 203,iHO K, '" 8,505,840 283,528 H OPEN TO ALL. E, The New York "World" Invites every Ett Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Hfv to examine its Books and Press Room to Hf Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. f ADVKKTISING RATICS. HHk5 (A sat Maasnrament.) PPPE? Crdlesr?. 5 eenta pr Una. tin eitra prleo for ao- PPPJr rttfffbla display. Mualncas or Spaclal Notlo...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 December 1887

I : ' THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1887. . 4 3 "lB I MAIDENS WHO STUDY ART. I . I H0W THEY TAKB ADVANTAGE OP PTB J coorEa'8 ruiLANTiJEornY. iliare ClnntDK In Oil rnlntlng, Cant Droning, , V'ood.KnnraTlnnd Crayon I'liotosrnpli. In ihe I'ree Art School for Women In Cooper Union The Condition of Admit. Ion How tha Work l Carried On. UT of a spirit of thank, fulness, mora than two hundred oud Cfty niaideni with souls that aspire to art Ulcus the memory of old Totor Cooper dally. Ilia beneficent shekels have proparod a homo for those lovers of (esthetics where tho best of instruction is supplied to them for nothing. It is the Free Art School for Wornon in Cooper Union. The present arrangement will not pormit more than two hundred and seventy-five to receive tho benefit of this gratuitous course. Fully two hundred and fifty are waiting for n chance to get in. The whole course om bracos four years. Thoso who aro admitted have only to register eaoh now torm. Tho applicants who ...

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. — 17 December 1887

Ef i THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17.' 1887: fH . t, m P. T. Barnunrs Letter to the American Boys. I BilBWTTM TV?"' P.T.Barnum's P.T.BASNTJM.THE GREAT SHOWttalT. tf tLU eW MrtftU. 4-33 . mat tie Mi ana OttersWaUtlMy.WLBoyJoi." fi cJ,,' J 1 Q II A II :y g u " ft a B) AJJouteHlarom Toot. Bull y for Tom. That Prom a Lfomrtan. PiMhhrrt Few YorJt Pamlly , , , ' . ,. .., , ! -- O Br II EX V WrtiL H Bj S I II IHI U Vt TJger got his match anyhow. Will all those animals Btoru liptr, Krw York CMfi,-The newsdealers hero . X7 T4. yf 1 -f f 11. vjLt Lt r.i - . H II HI ID IB iHHI Bll F' be olive In Barman's tjbow next summer? Iaingo- have run out of your paper. I wish you to send Ave lAfXJCJC. I A a UJlAJkLjLj(LiJrLAjjO til -fXL. f UfJty.l ' ,TJ TVTV SXAljfZ- M itai UJf SUB II Rill Ufi L'l II H'f Ing to that show If I sell my hat. (llvo us the copl. for thrro monthi, Ivginnlng with No. 74A W ww "" WrVAJTXM f V ' LM .' tZW J if N. BzmT sJ W II 8? f fej H W 111 1 IHrV Family BTony PApm twi...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 December 1887

5 O'CLOCK ' jg&w Vfcl t WK 8 O'CLOCK i PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW- YORK, MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT." II COUItTLANDT PALMER ANGRY IIE SAYS THAT JUDGE BARRETTS COURSE IN RESIGNING IS COWARDLY. An Earnest Defense of the Nineteenth Cen. ttiry Cluh ."Members Not Hound by the Opinion! Expressed by Speakers A I.I t of Subjects of Discussion to Hlionr Hint tho Association la Not 1'rtvoloui. Mr, Cottrtlandt Palmer was found this morning by a Would reporter at his reside, uco, No. 117 East Twenty-first street. He was Bitting In tho front room of the suit In which the Nineteenth Century Club Das so often discussed leading questions of tho day. " hat do yon think of Judge Barrett's resigna tion from tho club I" the reporter asked. , " 1 think Judgo Barrett's courso Is cowardly I Yen," Mr. rainier continued after a moment's reflection, "cowardly. Ho wns no moro com mitted to my lews than he was to those of any member of the club. "My views are my ow...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 December 1887

H IHp, f THE WORLD : MOIVDAY EVENTING, DECEMBER 10, 1887. K; THE WOULD. jHL'' MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19. jHjl svnncniPTjoy to the xrxNixa Ej; JCDIZIOX (Including rottarir), H rxn month, soc. t rsit yeah, $3.bo. jH : K THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Fi Total Dumber of " Worlds" printed during K' Ike month of Novembers 188T Ht 8,505,840. jK AVEIUOE 1'EK DAY FOIl TUP. ENTIUE r 283,528 COPIES. ik S hOVKMBER ClllCULATlOX during the patt ttx H' vtart compelled! Vr Minltilg Patty jRi jsxs !H.i,sot :u,-io'i jB;1 1S83 ,:m i,G7t 4n,:iso jK 1884 :i,S4r,H.14 li!8,U,4 jHL 18SS 4,U48,4IS3 1U4,MH jH ' 1880 11,107,4110 903,080 V: 38S7 8,505,840 283,528 H H OPEN TO ALL. jH' Mie Now York "World" Invito every H' Newspapor Proprietor and ovory Advertiser jB;, to oxamlno Its Books and Press Room to jH Satisfy himself about its Circulation. jK ADVKKTISINO. KATES. HfV (Acntft Measurement.) H Ordinary. 25 cents pr Una. No ultra pric for se.- Hr, rer'sH display. Uustnesa or Special Notices, c-ppiftlte H IcMUiial pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 December 1887

I THE WORLD ; MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1837. . 9 THE GREAT SYNDICATE OF WHOLESALE CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS 1 I 1 "A. rlo KIWvj & OOo9 1 6S7 AMD S9 BROADWAY, M ON TUESDAY, DEC. 20, 1 ITIITTY TECOTJSA.ISTD DOLLARS' WORTH OIF CLOTHING-. I One of tn firms who form the great CLOTHING SYNDICATE make a speoialty of manufacturing FINE CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. H Their goods are known all over the country for superiority of finish and eleganoe of design. Retailers pay 15 to 25 per cent, higher prices 'H for goods made by this house than for the productions of other manufacturers, because the firm name is a guarantee that every garment they sU is of the latest and most original style and of the very best quality. This firm place $50,000.00 worth of their finest garments on our ' tables to-day. "We shall mark them at one-half the usual wholesale price in order to make a grand success of '-: TUESDAY, DEC. 20 CHILDREN'S DAY. 1 NOTE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE DISPLAY: H OVERCOATS FOR BOYS CHINCHIL...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 December 1887

K 4 . THE WORLD; MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 19. 1887: I i K j. mm & CO., B" huccuhsoiw to K A. T. STEWART & CO. Bf (HETAIL). H SPEG5SL BARGAINS Hk TUB M HOLIDAYS m EVERY DEPARTMENT. K' 3,000 K FINE FRENSH FANS, K Tho latest styles and designs, Hit: hand-palntod and embroidored, P plain and feathor-trimrnorJ, From $1,110 to SiO each, K 60 por cent, below regular prices. H 5,000 FINE SILK UMBRELLAS, BK natural and fancy handles, p From $1.85 to $25.00 each. Kv ENGEAVING DONE FREE. Bf 6,000 DOZEN FINE HANDKERCHIEFS H IN FANCY BOXES. K FOB LADIES AND CHILDREN, Hfc at 35c. to $4.50 per box. Hl 1 ,000 DOZEN M;: FANCY HEMSTITCHED EKBRfllDERED HiDKEDCMEFS R at 12 l-2o, each ; reduced from 25o. 500 PIECES FINE FREHG1I CAMEL'S HAIR CLOTH, K 42 Inches Wide, at 65c. Per Yard ; K REDUCED FROM $I.OO. V O.OOO B DRESS PATTERNS, K COTTON, COTTON AND WOOL, H FINE ALL-WOOL SEBOES, K CAMEL'S HAIR, FODLE K CLOTHS, CHEVIOTS, &o., H.; at 95c. to $10.00 each. lOlIOAYBOODS HL ombruchi u great vari...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 December 1887

S O'CLOCK jBmMU 'lfe. -&t9Ktf V'" 3 O'CLOCK 1 ULJJD9 $Jp' fAmmW yV$ JEL.JLJX iajim a PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. '.' CODRTLAKDT PALMER ANGRY .... . -" I1E SATS THAT JCDdE BARRETTS COURSE IN RESIGNING IS COWARDLY. An Earnest Dofenso of the Nineteenth Cen tury Club Member Not Hound b tho , Opinions Expressed by Speakers A I.lat of Subjects of DUcnlon to HhoiT that tbo Association Is Not Frivolous. Mr, CourtlanJt P.ilnier wis found this morning; by a Would reporter at hla residence, No. 117 East Twenty-nut street. lie was sitting In the front room of the sntt In which the Nineteenth Century Clun has bo often discussed leading questions of the day. " What do yon think of Judge. Barrett's resigna tion from tho club ?" the reporter asked. " I think Judge llarrctt's courso Is cowardly I Yes," Mr. Palmer continued after a moment's reflection, "cowardly. Ho was no more com mined to my views than ho was to thoso of...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 December 1887

lj.A 2 TnE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19, 1887. ; r KfHE WO ELD. B- rtWiXtdlyOurrtitruUtthtnp Ot. Efc: MONDAY EVENINC, DECEMBER 19. Hfl i evJi.scjtxi'TxoK xo fur. xrxsma HB'' JZDIIJOK (JtieltuUnp Pottage), KT rFMUOXTH, 30c. sl'EHYEAIl, $3.50. Hkf ! . . : THE NOVEMBER RECORD. EhS Total nnmber of" Worlds" printed during Rr '' month of November. 1887. H' 8,505,840. B' AVMtAUK I'Klt DAY FOlt THE ITNTim: Hl MONTH, i 283,528 COPIES. Hr xo mutt mi ancuiA nos during in$ past z BjTv lt-j Duffy KV 2 U43,H!t 31,409 Bf' J3 1,301,070 i.-,;isd H& ' 3,S4.1,S34 1118,104 K- JS.'. 4.f4H,4B3 104,048 KP" (f,WT,4-jo so3,aso H' r 8,505,840 283,528 Hf OPEN TO ALL. H, The Now York "World" invltos every H Newspaper Proprietor and ovory Advertiser H to eiamlno Its Books and Press Room to H& Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. Hf. ADVKKT1SINO RATES. Hfi, (AcU Meuuroraint.) n ,- Ordinary. "5 wnl rr line. No Mtra prlco fnr ao- H& reptatils display. lluluetsnr Special NoIIcm. oppoIt Kr. Kdlt...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 December 1887

Jr. THE WORLD. MONMY EVENING, DECEMBER ift, 1887. ViH THE GREAT SYNDICATE OF WHOLESALE CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS 1 v "S7"ill odEEoar art tlo store oJE vl 637 AND 639 BROADWAY, ' !':' M ' ON TUESDAY, DEC. 20, 1 FIITTY THOUSAND DOLLARS9 WORTH 0"F CLOTHING. II One of the firms who form the great CLOTHING SYNDICATE make a specialty of manufacturing FINE CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. : Their goods are known all over the country for superiority of finish and elegance of design. Retailers pay 15 to 25 per cent, higher prices Jfl for goods made by this house than for the productions of other manufacturers, because the firm name is a guarantee that every garment they ,3 sell is of the latest and most original style and of the very best quality. This firm place $50,000.00 worth of their finest garments on our H tables to-day. We shall mark them at one-half the usual wholesale price in order to make a grand success of S TUESDAY, DEC. 20 CHILDREN'S DAY. I MOTE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE DISPLAY: ; 9 OVERCOAT...

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. — 19 December 1887

iilZMsZlliaaitidsMsssMsissAsfcss TTy- & THE WORLD t MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER JO. 1887. . : T Hr '- SEVEN CltOWS WEEK OMINOUS H HpL TUB BIRDS VISIT THE DARK SCOTLAND DEF? SOI) MILKS FROM SHORE. K Tuey Swooped tnon ilio Sailors' Dinner llkn Bfjy llnrptrs, unit the Hrnmrn llirn Knew Rj ' thntDlsnetcr Would Follow Sure i:iititli Mb' the Vessel hm Wrecked an the Jersey H Caat lu Saturday Mglil' Storm. W' lurrcui. to TBr would. 1 7"' HEAGinr, N. J., Dec. 18. The bark Bcotlanu, V Captain William Munro, ttom Liverpool to Now Hfc' York, stranded bcrc at about 10 o'clock last even- K Inc. During the voynircUn ivcnt h.inpcnoit wnlcli HK, . the inllora Bald was n turo portent ot disaster, and Bw the mull fullj Justified Itiolr tiurs. When about H' fifteen daja out, and about WO miles from shore, Hk ' while the crew ol twentj incu wcro alltliiK ut H$ ' dinner they were loracwhat atarilcd by thu sudden K appearance of a dock of seven crows which flew In B-. ' through the open window and aurro...

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