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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 December 1887

' 1 3 o'clock I l. Ife rnr Ji 1 3 'GLOOB: I EDITION. ffiIllfc iSS Bfflllfllflfl EDITION 1 - . 'ffl PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1837. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT.1 JM ALFRED LIKED HER STYLE. SEQUEL TO THE BTORI OP MR8. BADIE BIDELHSGEli'S AITLMTTED SUICIDE. flow a Young Tlnton Car rlf -Sinker', neart Wo. Won br a Girl Whom He Had Never Seen Her Abllitr aa svllnute. keeper and Her Freedom With a Foker She Wan Once a New Yorker. Iirxeiii. to tux wobld.1 , Boston, Deo. 23. There is a strango story surrounding tho life of lira. Bodio R. Side linger, who attempted Buicido on Washington street Wednesday evening. The husband, who is a carriage-maker em ployed in Beverly street, was seen yesterday afternoon, and told tho following story : " The newspapers have unconsciously done me an injury in this affair. Vet ono cannot blame them under tho circumstances. To place my name right beforo tho publio I will relate the story of our marriago, whioh has been...

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. — 23 December 1887

K THE WORLD. B' riHMraiiY-irmHUMg cv. . t& - FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23. H Bv gvnscitirnoif to tub jsrrxiso KV EDITION (Including 1'oitagt), Hbf TEHMONTIT, 30c iPJUl YEAH, $3.00. IR THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Hr Total number of " World printed daring PPEk' the month of November, 1887i H 8,505,840. Hv average rrai day roit the entire H&' MONTH, K 283,528 COPIES. K' JTO VEHBBR CIIICULA 770.V during the vait the K twers compared. HF TWal, Jttraff. BHp aS 043,801, 31,403 BB? asAA 1,301,070 4K,aao K'r 38S4 3,84.1,834 138,104 BHc aSSff 4,048,433 304,048 H(. ;ISSC 0,107,430 303,B8O aw 8,505,840 283,528 Ht OPEN TO ALL. HN HEr The New York "World" Invltet every HE Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser HfV, to examine Its Books and Press Room to EjC ' Satisfy hlmsolf nbout Its.Circulatlon. H Kf ADVERTISING KATES. BBEfc fAcate Measurement.) HHp Ordinary, 25 cents per line. No eatra price for so- HBOs) tjtjittble display. Business or Hpettal Notion, opposite HHk Editorial Xing', fill cen...

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. — 23 December 1887

- THBWQBIBmY,S J!H SPORTS OF TRACK AND RING. iflOBOKEN A PEACEFUL IIOJIH FOR SPAR RING C0NTE8TB. flie Attendance In Odd.Fellovr' Halt nt the J,e Illnnohr-rnllon Fight n Orderly n a Quaker Meeting Tho Manhattan Ath. Irllo Club Around, to Kcnt-Tho Prospect Harrier to Hare a linn To-Morrow. 18 a pity boxing shows cnn't run in Now York City as thoy cou in Ilobokcn, sporting men sny. Tho Chief of Polico, Tolico Commissioner, a do tective and samo scoro of officers woro pres ent nt the Lo lilaticho Fnllon contest in Odd Follows' Hull Inst night, and except for tho spirited yot fuir and innocent conflicts on tho stage, no Qunkor meeting could hnvo been moro or derly. Tho cloves woro oxaraincd kindly by Chief Donovan as tho principnls in tho six ronud contest stepped on tho roped find staked platform. Each glovo would hnvo wcighod full flvo ounces, nnd tho contest, it was known ntonco, would bo ono of Bklll and strength, no brutality being possible It is paid thnt thoro woro loss arrests fo...

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. — 23 December 1887

Br r THE WORLD, FRIDAY EVEOTWO, DECEMBER 33, IftSt; . Bar Hi " Tv Est.' imS yv 2cM Hi' rS BIS, No dangor of "Baby's" boing Bf overlooked ; tho dealers in toys WmL and fancy goods are taking caro of mat him at a furious rato theso last Kit days of Christmas shopping. But HP how about tho " old man " and tho WW larger boys? Kjrfj, Let us suggest: KW; 15 or $20 will buy a fino ovor mlm coat for a man, if soloctcd from our !ft reduced lots. wW $5 will buy an overcoat or mm knickorbockor suit for a small wjmt hoy nico ono, if you'll look Mb'- among tho " bargains " in oithor ljl of our stores. K A Canadian toboggan suit for fH man or boy would bo a brilliant ft, gift; S8 to $12. Tobog' over- coats for children, 5. Km, Houso coats, wrappors, fin-nap, liol robes 'and gowns, all "bo a1 English " and so comfortable as jjp well as bright and pretty 3E prices, S7 to 20. Dressing IP" gowns for boys, too. M q doubt if a " habordashor " in Jni town has buoIi a stock of m holiday canes and umbrell...

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. — 23 December 1887

I 5 O'CLOCK w ' iflife rv I 5 O'CLOCK -fl -- ' ' PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT1 fi ALFRED LIKED IlElt STYLE. " SEQUEL TO Till! BTORI OP ME3. SAME BIDELINGEbVB Al TEMPTED SUICIDE. How n. Young- Jloston Carriage-Sinker' Heart Wan Won by n CJlrl Whom He Hud Never Seen Her Ability ns it Hnnse. keeper ntid Her Freedom With a I'oker She Wiu Once a. New Yorker. Israelii, to mi world. 1 Boston, Deo. 23. Thore ia a strange story surrounding tho llfo of Sirs. Badlo It. Bide linger, who attempted suicldo on Washington street Wednesday evening. The husband, who is a carriage-maker em ployed in HoTcrly street, was seen yesterday afternoon, and told tho following story : " The nowspapors havo unconsciously dono me an injury in this affair. Yet one cannot blnme them under the circumstances. To placo my name right before the public I will rolnte the story of our marriage, which has been brought to suoh an unfortunate end i " On...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 23 December 1887

HIIIILIIHHMHHPPMHBse Ht V' THE WORLD ! FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, "1887. HE, iTHE WORLD. HLv . BL v FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23. Bq' SVBBOItXTTZOV TO TUB ETBS1HO rV EDITION ( Including Pottage), H& i'-f-R MONTH, SOft t PER TEAR, $8.B0. H THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Hw Total namber of ? Worlds" printed darlnst Hb' tie month of November, 1B8T, f 8,505,840. Hh. AVERAGE FEB DAY FOR TUB ENTIRE Hf MONTH, K 283,528 COPIES. Ht xormtnnn circulation auring tn pan tz K? VtorM compared: T, ATrniMfy Daily Kj ' Total, Ji tragi. Hf' 38S9 D43,S01 31,402 fc 3883 3,801,070 48,389 KR ! 0,848,834 398,104 Hfc iS5 4,048,483 304,048 Hfr, JStf 0,107,420 303,880 Hf w 8,505,840 283,528 Hf " OPEN TO ALL. B The) Now York "World" Invites every k':. Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Bi to, examine IU Books and Press Room to Htf Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. Kr ADVERTISING RATES. tf (Agate Meunrem.nl.) Hju, Ordinary, SO eente per Una. Wo extra price for M- E' crplbledlirIX Bn.lneee or Special Notl...

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. — 23 December 1887

$ I ' THE WOULD: FRIDAY EVEMNG, DECEMBER 23, 18S7. . r M SPORTS OF TRACK AND RING. BOBOKEN A PBAOEFDL IIOMH FOR STAR. , RING CONTESTS. The Attendance In Odd.FrlloTra' Hall nt the I,e Ulnnclir-Fullon Flht aa Orderlr aa a ((linker Meellne The lUnnhntlan Alh. Irtle Club Grounds to IUnt-The rrospect Harrier to Hare a Hon To.RIarrow. - iyt'j" n P"V DOX'nS bows t I can't run in New York s I City as they can in ('.y I Ilobokon, sporting JaL jF I (J? men Boy. Tho Chief P JrijLl SVof Police, n Tolico 12. Vak Commissioner, n do- (JvjJwJL JP 11 teotivo and some Rcoro ((WjEy V )) of ofQcora were pres- (rft "A Lr3-nt "l the Lo Blanche. JJr j Ay m Fallon contest in Odd J i f M 1 Fellows' Hall last LJ II ( 4 night, and except for JTL r-y )t'10 spirited yet fair HMiTf W and innocent conflicts llcJJlsSJ'j on tne SB0 no 2IhJ "t Quaker meeting could have been more or derly. The gloves were examined kindly by IChiof Donovan as tho principals in the six round contest stepped on the roped and staked plat...

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. — 23 December 1887

Hlv''" 4 I . THE WORLD j FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1887.' ssHre .Arem. VSS sHllne BfBfBfBfS"if . Bw 3a BajBfS Rl K No danger of "BabyV boing B overlooked ; tho doalors in toys Hp and fancy goods aro taking oaro of KgL Wm at a furious rato those last Hf" : Ajdayfi of Christmas shopping. But kP; how about tho " old man " and tho Hr USer boys? B , Lot us suggest : Bk $15 or $20 will buy a fino over- Rf; coat for a man, if selected from our Hk reduced lots. Hl $5 will buy an overcoat or Hm kniokorbockor suit for a small Kj boy nice one, if you'll look HjE among the " bargains " in either H& our stores. KI A Canadian toboggan suit for Ka,4 man or boy would bo a brilliant B gift; $8 to $12. Tobog' ovor- Hv coats for children, $5. HfT Hoqbo coats, wrappers, flan- B'x fcel robes and gowns, all " so Kh English " and so comfortable arj Bi "wo as bright an& pretty Hk prices, $7 to $20. Dressing- Hj'V gowns for boys, too. B" "Wo doubt if n " haberdasher " Hrj , , in town has such a' ...

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. — 23 December 1887

1 1W - , 1H i . ... , w v , LAST "?, SltlllsSi ' 9fPrV TfAPT I '" Iedition. J mmt it wWP. EDmON. PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 523, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONECENT; fl - ALFRED LIKED JIELl STYLE. SEQUEL TO THE STORY' OF MUS. SADIE ' BIDELlNOEuVS ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. How a Young1 rinnton UnrrlnHe.Mnkcr's Heart Waa Won by a Ulrl Whom He Had Never Keen Her Ability np a Ilonse. deeper and Her Freedom With a Fqker She Wan Once a New Yorker. ItrXCML TO TBI! WOM.n.1 Boston, Dec. 23. Thcro is n strnngo story surrounding Uio lifo of Mrs. Sadio 11. Side. ' linger, who attempted suicido on Washington street Wednesday ovoning. The liusband, who is a enrringe-mnkor cm ployed in Beverly street, was soon yesterdny afternoon, and told tho following Htory : "Tho newspapers havo unconsciously dono lno an injury in this affair. Yet ono cannot blaiuo tbcra under tho circumstances. To place my namo right beforo tho public I will relato tho story of our marriago, which ha...

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. — 23 December 1887

BfcsTixxwEw Wtt , -,. . .,. THE WORLD : FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1887. Law!?. wLr 4.vu ..- .i . .j. j . . - .--.. . . . . . 9 ... .. ..-.,. . MHE WOULD. Kpf- J'eNtrtrrsJeMi4lfaAt Co. Hf FplDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23. Hjl jtttnffctfrrrow to tub etjssxso Hp EDITION (Including roitnpe), Bt rXJlJUOA'TJT, 30c ITER YEAR, $3.G0. Kf THE NOVEMBER RECORD. bowse!!. B, Total number of " World' printed during HRy the month of November) 188T, B 8,505,840. Ms' AVERAGE I'EU DAT FOR THE ENTIRE &' MONTH, m 283,528 COPIES. Bf, XOYXJinen C1RCULAT10S 'awing the pan fix HV Won eomjiared.' i K-g rol'il. A ttragi, Kk- 188S 043,801 31,409 Bgp assj 1,301,070 4r,,3no H& 1884 3,848,834 318,104 Kf J 4,948,433 104,048 K JSO 1, 107,4 -'O S03,S80 ur 8,505,840 283,528 K OPEN TO ALL. Bit The New York "World" Invite overy Kfe Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Kp to examine Its Books end Press Room to Hm Satisfy hlmsolf nbout Its Circulation. WE$L ADVERTISING KATES. E (Acute Measurement.) Pji Ordlnsr...

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. — 23 December 1887

THE WORLD: FlODAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1887. JH SPOUTS OF TRACK AND RING. JIOBOKEN A TEAOEFOL HOMK FOE SPAR RING CONTESTS. The Attendance la Odd.Fllatra Hall at the I, Illaochr.Fnllon Fllit a Orderly aa a UnnUer nieellac-Tbe Manhattan Alfa. Irtlo Club Grounds to llent-The Froapect Harrier to Hare a nun TaxIMorroiT. - 'ili- IS " pity boxing shows can't run In Xew York City as they can In Vjj Hoboken, (porting S- ?) ( ,ucn My' T00 Cntftf furSLviL '0' r,lce r1,co yZ, "y" f Commissioner, a do. KxCWsi. A I toctlvo and somo score jA I j ' offloorg worp pref ix) 1 )-a' out nt tuo Ulancho Wj yt r' Hi Fallon contort In Odd 7 - AX I Follows' Hall last SJf I night, and except for JTX r-i ""I tho spirited yot fair iNJl Yt nu 'unocont conflict c. t "tr"j. J on uo BaS, no liSau "-" Quaker meeting could have boon moro or derly. The cloves wore examined kindly by Chief Donovan as the principals in tho six round contest stepped on the roped and stakod platform. Each clove would havo weighed full fi...

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. — 23 December 1887

Kg;1' " THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1887: bHt & l TvY Ef No danger of "Baby's" being Hl overlooked ; the dealers in toys H and fanoy goods aro taking care of Hjl him at a furious rato these last mm days of Christmas shopping. But mm how about tho " old man " and the H&' larger boys? H Let us suggest: E$15 or $20 will buy a fino over- !- coat for a man, if soleotod from our reduced lots. S5 will buy an overcoat or ;' kniokorbockor suit for a small boy nico ono, if you'll Jook J' among tho " bargains " in either M. 6t our storos. A. Canadian toboggan suit for S& man or boy would bo a brilliant H' gift; S8 to $12. Tobog' over- '0 coats for children, $5. to -Houso coats, wrappers, flan- M' nol robos and gowns, all " so jt English " and so comfortable as m well .as bright and pretty E prices, $7 to 20. Drcssing- W, gowns for boys, too. H? . "We doubt if a " habordashor " m in town has such a stock of holiday canes and umbrellas ns wo have in either store ; many un...

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. — 24 December 1887

-L)L9k5 Brill t i4Si SSTiifllilnffffl MSAYj?Mt I FAVORITE HOOKS OP POPLAR PREAOIIEHS, utJI L J i 1 9C WW SrTyll 1170 wl IvL (wLji I I 1 I II I I A KIQIir IN BELLETUE HOSPITAL 'M NOTED CLUB AND FAMILY COOKS. 3 W X WtWmmmiMmUr sJ W fVp' S&P yi" AM0G NEW YORK TIIIEVKS. IB A WORM) REPORTER'S TIGER HUNT. V ftfC rTPiTi T f ft c v v r v V XS FAITn CURE AND I1M FOLLOWED B 1 1 corns of riqint oreat rAi.vnxns. COJSo a oiiKisniAs btori by bill hir Jfl PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1897. ErENINGEBIT10N. PRICE ONE CENT; ffl l - T Tfa,- .. 3kH MANNING DEAD He Breathed His Last To-day at Albany. Bright's Disease ProveB Fatal to the Great Domoorat, Hnrronnded by III. Family at the Death-Tied The End Came Peacefully at 1.34 thU Afternoon Career of a Alan Wh nu a Lender In III Own Political Party nnd Liked by All-Home of Ilia Many Bud cesaea In Publlo Lite The Pre.lilont and Cabinet Will Probably Attend the Funeral. finCI.ll, TO TBI WOBLD.l Awakt, Doo. 21, Soor...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 December 1887

ssgseBBPIaeeeeWllsBsjelBsnsMeelafflff ' wiii ii'1 nsisreiisiin5rHiiaeiS I k aC S ' ' THEWOTIIIDV' SATURDAY EVENTING, DECEMBEttr5J4igd77,T' M THE WO ELD. Ik; iv t ' K$ SATURDAY EVENINC, DECEMBER 24. W Eft eVJDSCJtirTION TO THE ETENXSQ Ep- EDITION (Including Pottage), H ?ER MONTH, 30c. fPER TSAR, $3,00. Mh THE NOVEMBER RECORD. ET 5?. ' Total number of "Worlds'' printed dorloB EV lie nonth of November, 1887, If ,' 8,505,840. KMj," AVERAGE FEB SAT FOIl THE KNTUIB Wffl MONTH, II 283,528 COPIES. Bf XOWNDKIl C1HCULAT10X during the pad (z K$ psar compare-dr H$i IftmfJI'y Daily HdusL Jbtif. Atrragt. mm; isss 043,sai 31,402 Wig 1883 1,301,070 48,380 fe 3884 3,848,834 128,104 mih' 1888 4,D48,4n3 104,048 Wifjfc 1880 0,107,4'JO 903,880 MM tsar 8,505,840 283,528 K OPEN TO ALL. KB The Now York "World" Invites every Mtmj? Newspaper Proprietor and overy Advertlsor Hfei? to examine Its Books and Press Room to wMj' Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. Kff ADVERTISING KATES. Btfip (Agate Measurement....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 December 1887

THE WORLD-. SATURDAY EVENING DECEftmRllfi.iR7Tn "'B CHRISTMAS EVE in A '' PALACE CAR BY ALBION W. TOURCEE. ulhor or "A Fool's Errand," 'Uot PIouqK shares," tc Copyright 18S7. ni X. V U& ,,cre comulS ettst- V7?Kffj "" on le Atchison, 73l Topokp, and Santa F5, fjSfioiiiffto e "no peerless 4 among American rail. jl l pUJi road monopolies in the &yAr7 character of its sorvioo - tfr jyiKut t nlu oveu' cftro for ffljjLt tho comfort of its OKn?K?v,ij passongcrs. I linvo 9 1 j J V Bomctimcs wondered IjijN-j , that othor corpora- jJLVXA,. yt tions, disturbed by $l Ew5nv strilcos and Riven to Y& v f(j?T--g zealous blacklisting of IgiA---- discharged omployecs, ITahTHLl quiro into tho reason why this great Now England system, with its thousands of miles of track sprend liko h net. work of steel over tho great wheat fields of tho Southwest, manages to command such loyal and devoted sorvico from that magnifi. cent body of mon who compose its army of servitors. The soerct is not hard ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 December 1887

t!1, li THE WORLD t SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, 1887: Br klJDY RYAN KNOCKED OUT. .HIB& Hi. MKEH DISASTROUS HOUNDS WITH JOE Hkf''' JTAUUFFK AT BAN I'KANOIBCO. K Vhay Fa(ht with Thin Glore. nt the Snn Bl JPrclaco Athletle Club for 88,000 and B lh ruclfle ('cut IlenTy-Welght Clinrru BftSg plonahlp Pddy ' Not In Good Condi. BuT', lion MoAnllOe Mnch the Better Man. Ejjt IITKCUI-TO TBI W0BLD.1 Hf BiM Fbancibco, Deo. 24. Tho rooms of K& tbe California Alhletlo Club, on Urnut Kf nTenuo, were crowded last night with Bport- BY lng mon and lovers of the art of solf-dofouBo, HKC' who had gorlb to boo tho flfht with thin cloves K betwoon Faddy Ryan, ox-champion of tho Bf world, and Joo MoAullffe, champion of tho H: Faclflo coast, for a 81,090 purso, $2,000 out- HPh' side money, and tho championship of tho Hjfi' Pacific coast. RiL Tho assemblage was representative, not K& only of what might bo formed " gcntlemnnly" H sporting men, but also of many branchos of Bte1 business. At leas...

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. — 24 December 1887

r """ -""""" -""""' 'i- 'fM V P I 4B, lfaaMMiaaawaaaa aaaaai M M M BW a, a aa M 1 aB.aMaa. AnH $yL!KU RTlKllI iSPJimll KSfll!lillrfl iMWDAYORLDr 'I FAVORITE HOOKS OP POPULAR PREACHERS, ((til J I 1 loT WTmMmL VOL VvLt "" 11 H 1 J I 1 11 TNKmuJrBTur IB NOTED CLUB AND FAMILY COOKS. W Mr kJfIpUSS VN SSjP l AMONG NEW YORK THIEVES. 'iM A WORLD BEPORTKRU TIGER HUNT. - V- K fC P7"?T T " VN FAITH CURB AND m FOLLOWERS. W COPIES OF RKOrNT GREAT rAINTINflS. iJSlZi ' A CIIRISIMA 6T0RY lir MLb NYB. ;j PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBEIl 24, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT; , ifl BEADING'S COAL STRIKE. THE COMPANI DETERMINED NOT TO MAKE CONCESSIONS. H Order Tuned to Take Nona of the Htrlk. er Daek. Dnt Afterwards Iteaclnded Crowds of Idle Men nt Port Richmond and inizabethpnrt A Conference to be Held To.Dny Hopes of a Settlement. rirxcui. TO TIB WORLD.l PmLADXLPnu, Deo. 21. Over ono thou, pand of tbo Heading Railroad's hands in this city struck yesterday. Coming on...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 December 1887

wwmWmwkwMwW9HmWMwaWNI!wtK&90KIJSBtm&ffi rVA- - THE WORLD : SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, 1887. I M: THE WOELD. Ktff., wlHedaelYealtM t. Hf SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24. RSl gVXSOMPXIOlT TO TUX STJSJT11TO W&S, ' EDITION (Including Pottage), KL' rSIMOITTlT, 80c tPSR TSAR, $3.B0. j ( THE NOVEMBER RECORD. K& Total number of "Worlds" printed daring Kp ' mnth of November! 1887, fr I 8,505,840. mfe, ' AVERAGE FSB SAT FOR THE ENTHU! Kg month, II 283,528 COPIES. mi-' XOVEUBEH CIRCULATION during tht pott id "& twars compared f IS! ,( ; 38$a B4a,aoi ai,4na Kg 3883 1,301,070 4B,3H0 MM ?884 3,1148,834 188,104 MSSt 388B 4,048,463 104,048 mm . 1S80 0,107,420 803,080 ' war. 8,505,840 283,528 if OPEN TO ALL. Wm Tho" New York "World" Invltet every Emp Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Em to examine Its.Books and Press Room to E Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. B7W ,... . .,-.. .... f ADVERTISING RATES. fcwL (Agata Measurement.) EHj ( Ordinary, 25 oenta per line. No...

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. — 24 December 1887

CHRISTMAS EVE IN A PALACE CAR BY ALBION W. TOURCEE. luffior Of "J. Pool's Err ana," "not Plough- shares," cc Copyright 1887.3 H li 'l V were comnS t- " W7Jfe;j ftr on k Atchison, T&pz&iV&i Topeka nnd Snnto Frf, fslai8u& "no peerlcBs gggg Sf among American ralL ", jk PNi road monopolies In tho Mx7 character of its service L ? Yjfflriml ? on Yident caro for rvWLSl fc tho comfort of its jjjUTwferlS passoncers. I haTO 2 1 y V V sometimes wondered IIJJJw that othor corpora- iJOKwkJSi tions, dlstnrbod by t Kvyrv strikes and given to gl y f ' V", ,,-j zealous blacklisting of ljgYmxi discharged employees, A lf- do not tako timo to in. Sg-i- -, 1.1 q l Into tho reason why this great Now England system, with its thousands of miles of track spread like a net work of stcol over tho great wheat fields of tho Southwest, manages to command such loyal and devoted service from that magnlfl. cent body of men who compose its army of servitors. The secret is not hard to find to one 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. — 24 December 1887

I , )PADDY RYAN KNOCKED OUT. bf , ' 8tf " 5HB1B DIBASTEODB R0DNDS WITH JOE W KAXUm AT BAN FRANCISCO. gKfc ' Thar Vgtt with Thin GIotm at tho Bad MSB JTraneUeo AthWtlo Clab for 98.000 and HE tba Pclo C'oait IIea1.T7.Wel.Tut Cham- WM planiklp Paddy Wu Not In Good Condi WajJK;' lion MoAnllfle flinch (ho Better Man, ffflK'' ' larxcux to xn wobld.1 mm Bin Fbjujohoo, Deo. 81. Tho roomi of vafiV tt" Oallfornia Athletio Club, on Grant IfSfi- Tenne, were crowded Uit night with sport- SB. ing sen and lovers of the art of telf-dofenie, rjrapj vbo had gone to see the flght with thin gloTes Cjki between Faddy Byan, ex.ohampion of the frffe world, and Joe MoAuliffe, champion of the fir, Pawlflo ooart, for a 91,000 pure, 82,000 onU few aide money, and the ohampionshlp of tho emr- paclflo coait. iftf The BMembloge was representative, sot i$p only of what might ba termed " gentlemanly" pf pportlng men, bat alto of many branches of jj&i pnslness. At least five millionaires sot upon feS raised woo...

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