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

I - - - . , 'Ikil J 1 LAST. Sfe r v.w LAST 4 , PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. fl THE MURDER OF DR. IIAELM nATTrBWOOLSTEENMAKESACOOTLICTINa C0NFE88I0N AM) ATTEMPTS BUICIDB. Revelation of a Remarkable Crime In Cali fornia Cnrlona Conduct of the I-o An gelea Chief of Pollee Wo the Wo man's Story Obtained Under ThrenUf She Said at Pint Harlan Hliot Himself. tarxatUi to ira btkoko wobld. Ban FnuaaiBCO, Oct. 17. No occurrenco In I reeont years in Iks Angeles has aroused more excitement than the rovolntion that the few charred and crisped hnman romalnfl found in a bumod barn at Compton on Oct. 7 was all that -was loft of Dr. E. 0. Harlan, a popular dentist in former days and one of tho best known sporting men on this coast. Tho romains had been inclosed in n rough box and dumped into an out-of-the-way plaoo. l Tho belief that a dreadful murder had been committed gained ground. From foots gathered by tho Chief of Polico the story as it now Btands is ovol...

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 October 1887

sxBBBBBvBBBYJK"BYJafJMM"flrx9 ))BBJ))))))))agggMgM)lBgTjofj v""' w ,-" rw"Bpvi w "fswrrj,- iT?TFyvr'"r-r?xrw ,"1"vTr"'Tpwii!iWBnWKTT Sr 2 THE EVENING "WOK LP; MONDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1887. KO Bf TUB VigtfiCttillg TOtfXlL Bf MONDAY, OCTOBEK 17. gBM ' " BB) ,. fiVltSCItlPTIOX (Including J'o$iage), ifgKV tJpjBTi: MONTH, 30c.f PEIt YEAH, $3. BO. Kf OVER 800,000 A DAY I Hk 'OVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEKI Bp "the Largest Circulation of Any Newipiper BM In tho World. BjL The total number of Worlds printed during tho BEf Jest week was 2, 1 83,930, as follows: gBflft Sunday 208,280 copies. HY Monday 300.050 copies. BBS1' Tuesday 300, 1DO copies. BB. .Wedne'day 31H.110 copies. BS' Thursday 308,000 copies. BBV JBrlday 205,430 copies. Bap? 'Matarday 288,100 copies. Hii .Weekly and Meml 10T.OIO copies. Kj. Average circulation of The World per day for Bflw 'bovewcck, H ' 311 ,00O CoplOB. B We, irhote signatures are appended, certify to BEt the correctness of the'above statement. Biff q. TV. Turner, ...

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. — 17 October 1887

, THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887. 3 J JH SPORTS INDOORS. AND OUT. ' - 3RETH0UND ATs'D BULLDOG T1TES OF FIGnTDfQ HEX. Jack Dempsey mnd m Old Antnconlst Dnrcy Beating on tlie Harlem-Different Kind of Boxing aiorra-A Tnlk with Champion FoloVaulter Baxter-Forty Athlete Leave the "Winged B for Other Clnhn. " -1 HE four.round co bo. Y-1 1 twoen Billy Dacey and IOv .11 Jack Dempsey in Ho- yl A token on Saturday .. V nlBht Vft8 splendid vM J till iUnstrnUon ot tho dif . P-j- III . fcrenco between men jCa lx7 mi and tho amount of im ty lfCUv provemont different "VrvHTl? i'l yP0S ' athletes aro i iJl-vJ susceptible of. Dcmp . nL) y hound and Dacey of y jL-Jp &-- tbo bulldog typo. JpSPJL ' Dempsey deponds on Kfcr o speed, Dacey on O fCf strength. Speed won yflf n the principle that ' tQ half a dozon mallets - 4P. nre a en n06 offeo- 7 n KJlV t'vo tnnn n nnon 8not jRJ0sJ. P that doesn't land. ""iJeVrJ-J-l Dacey fought Dempsey yVJlilQw, yen Dempsey was a J AJ- ""- light-weight a...

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 October 1887

aHfUv "T" T1113 EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887J 1 iKr.rt H'j pWm COUNTY'S DEM0ORATI0 BOW. Ht'l Ysrrk Cnstotntellous. Bmploy.M Accused HH J J of Famlol.ua AetWlty. Hp ,pf Boortlcr W. V. Downs, of Binstuunton, LNm among the caller, at the haadquartsrs of HBj'WieDetAjoratloStetoOommHtefl.ntthe IXoff. H'taKnHooMto-dar. Be said tbt the f notions KyfflfhtTrithln the Demooratlo party ia Broome MSr'jfOauBtrmui a Tory serious one, end nieht B-(i;bflt the State tlotota roBtmany votes. Kt1 "The SUte Oommlttoo," ho continued, HP V-'nhonia take some otlon. There ore two He' VjDemocratlo county tiokets -In the field end jHpPtjtwo democrats are running for Assembly. SpVrflBroomo is a Republican county, and if the , ,!.; pllt in the Demooratlo party continues I am Br certain that it will cost the SUto tloket hun. K k Mreds of -rotes. The entire trouble has been BfV' ued byihe'kpernioiou8actiTity, of Federal WpVwflSoe-lioldcrf. They have used tholr posi. HB', Jsioits to control cauouses and...

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 October 1887

I 1 6 arauoaK I ' 1 v ' 1 6 o'clock II .9 PRICE ONE CENT. ' NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887. PICE ONE CENT; l'fH TIIE BULLS A LITTLE AHEAD. - ' A UKI3K BATTLE IN WHICH BEARS FOUGHT WELL BUT WERE BEATEN. A General Dropping In Price and Then a Rally Great Dlock of Readlns Thrown nt the Tlnlt IUeh Trice of American t Htocka In Tendon Vacd aa a Weapon by the Bull A Lively liny on Change. Walt, Btheet, Oct. 17. v Jf mW 00N oftr tho Stock f A (m jJra Exchange opened for C--KUvSI business this morning ft! JjaVv Un, that a contest between v Atbo giants of specula. J3 The bulls bad the ad- 1i f V )7wrM vantage of early quota- 7rf(yrtl?y "3" tlons from London, Tni ) Hi showing that Ameri. VVaVil " CanS ner0 were " I SaW DR n0Te tbo C,0S'"C (ffl LiLl figures of Saturday. fTj IZZZiThis tbey claimed la4g.Tft il would put tho shorts flKttjljigggiSto flight and lend to Wk ev big rally. The bears however, took a dif. feront view of things,, and showed that they did not lack tho courage of tho co...

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 October 1887

HL'V - TIIE EVENING WOK LI); MONDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1887. HFj MONDAY, OCTOBER 17. Hp' fiXmSCBITIXOir (Including rootage), HP tsr xoNTn, 30c. rsn tsar, $3.bo. BR' , OVER 800,000 A DAY I K$.'OVEr1 TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK I ennnWs K& . Tfc Largest Circulation of Any Newspaper Pr, In the World. H 4 .' , The total number of Worlds printed during the KT last week was 2, 1 83,930, as follows: Hf ' Bandar..., 00,E80 copies. nVk 1 Monday 300.030 copies. HtM Tataaay... 300,100 copies. )' Wedneeay 318,110 eople. MMi TTsmisdsur; 308.000 copies. K' (Friday.. 00.430 copies. H. , ItatiMtr... 988,100 copies. R'.r Weekly and Muni 107,010 eople. Hf.' Average circulation of Tns World per day for Ik' above week, R-' 311 ,990 Copies. Bp v We, whose signatures are appended, certify to Ht 1ke correctness ot the above statement. H j Q. TV. Turner, Business Manager. Bit"' 3, Attars 8naw, cubier. Hty ,; 3, O. Bxini, Foreman World Press Room. H C E. Stuart, Hr'i Acting Bupt Mall and Delivery Dept. Kp Kdwab...

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. — 17 October 1887

I ' ;'S I 1 THEl EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887. , '1H SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. ' ! GREYHOUND AND BDLLDOa TYPES OP ,; FIGHTING MEN. J Jack Bempaey mad Ills Old Antagonist Dacey t Iteatlar on the fJarlera-Dlaerent Kind !of Baxlaa- aioven-A Talk with Champion PoioYaalter Baxter-Forty Athletes Leave the "Winced B for Other Cluba. vT 1 1 tween Billy Dacey and (T II Jook Dempsey In Ho- ylO A bolcen on Saturday i IT ntcnt was a splendid I (Y 1 J III, illustration of the dlf. fiX ference between men f5! ir7 W and tho amount of im- raf lrrvOJ Pronnt different XhX? V ") yP08 ' athletes are 1 v "mr nceptibl of Denp- U5 j V) J I ' hound and Dacey of u Ura? ,- tJl8 buUaB ypo- Si , XJZL " Dempsey depends on " xVvJa speed, Dacey on ' O jf strength. Speed won , y' on the P11110'?!" that ) ' eQ half a dozen mallets "S " ' fJPK. are a deal more effeo S&T. t-i XffJlV 'Te kn 0MU101 bot WnMr that d0Malt ,ftnd-'"lrVsTJ-l Dacey fought Dempsey .' rJ' when Dempsey was a J AA " light-weight and ...

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

Hi 4 THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887: Wmil R00MB C0PNTT8 DEMOCRATIC) HOW. Kil -MitrTork Cortom-noimo Employees Aceos.4 Hjft' of Tcratelona ActtTlty. ' B f V Becorde W. F. Downs, of Bfnghcziton, B& Nnontc tho callers at tho headquarter of K MfcoDcmoorftUoStotoOommittoe ivtthe Iloff Htjr v Houso to-dav. He said that the f aotions H&f fight within the Domocratio party in Broome H(f i County 'wm a Tory serious one, and might H?y ' f xt the State tlckot a groat many Toto. R-V,V, "The State Oommitteo," he eontinned, K.V' should take some action. There are two Hp' KDempcratlo county tiokota.tn the field and Kp ' two 'Democrats are running for Assembly. H .Broomo is a Bcpublican county, and if the K split in the Domocratio party continues I nm R't, I Certain that it will cost the Btoto ticket hurt. K. Sired of rotoi. The entire trouble bos boon Hhi JcftuscdbyUie'pornicionaactlTlty'of Fedoral Rf, .office-holders. They have used their posi. BK' ikma to control caucuses and...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 17 October 1887

I Er 1 T LJ A imi ,nr 3S2S5 vWaSx i rft w w 'Tixy'yi'i a -SH PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. JH THE BULLS A LITTLE AHEAD. A BKI6K BATTLE IN WHICH BEARS FOUGHT WELL BUT WERE BEATEN. A General Dropping In Prices and Tben n Rally Great niocli of Rending Thrown nt the llnlla III(h Price of American Stock In Tendon Vied ae n Weapon by the Unlls A Lively Day on Change. I -Wall BtBtKT, Oct. 17. L L ffLCtfl Exchange oponed for SS"riMfli bnsineRS this morning KVT i tlJ II It became apparent l v?v TTv nn u contest between . tho giants of specula- Jsfct4&' jb!zL "on WBS impending. fir1 The bulls haJ thend- ( 5 JSmmmtI r-a-i Tnn'a8o of early quota- VlfcptE tions from' London, SbhT y g. stowing thnt Ameri. I "" o cnnB ner0 woro 8e'l- I jSfn ing'abovo the closing tW& 'I figures of Saturday. C jV f " iThis thoy claimed wL y llwonld put tho shorts fW"-Sk wHPH?' I'Kht and lead to tVbi ,j--. big rally. The bears however, took a dif. ferent Tiow of things,, ...

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 October 1887

sbbbbt HkuJ..' THE ssaV Br 'v MONDAY, OCTOBER 17. KL ' UVBSCSirTlOJf (Including l'oolage), B".' JPJWt MONTH, 30c; PBn TEAR, $3.50. I E. ( OVER 300,000 A DAY I Hf! "S.OVEII TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEKI HK, The Largest Circulation of Any Newspaper KkJ' In too World. K Tho total number of Worlds printed during the Ku . last week was 2, 1 83,930, follows: H" Bandar 203,280 copies. Htfv (Monday. ...ii 30O.0JJ0 copies. Ht Taeaday 1100,100 copies. Hr: Wedne'day 3IH,110 copies. Ki- -lThnrday SOB.fiOO copies. K. "' 1 Friday 2U5.430 copies. T Hatnrday 282,100 copies. nasBu'' .Weekly and Heml 107,010 copies. Hfc. Averago circulation of The Would per day for Rt above week, P 31 1,990 Copies. Hk We, whose signatures arc appended, certify to Hfc, the correctness ol tho abovo statement. HR O. W. Tcbkxr, Business Manager. Hft J. Anocs 8iuw, Cashier. H J. O. Smith, Foreman Woiun Press Room. Hk a E. STUART, HfC' Acting Bupt. Mall and Delivery Dcpt. Kf ' Edward H. Hanmn, Auditor. Hk Ht Olty and County o...

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. — 17 October 1887

I- ' ' SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. . GREIHODKD AND BULLDOG T1TES OP FianriNQ men. Jack Dempsey and HI Old Antagonist Dacey Boatln on the Uarlem-Dllierent Kinds ff Boxlsa fHore-A Talk with Champion Pole-Taolter Baxter-Forty Athlete Leave x the " Winced B for Other Clubs. ; 1 HE four-round go be- y. 1 1 twoen Billy Daoey and i"3 . 1 1 JftoJt DemPMy ,n H- yLstf A bolten on Saturday , f . nIeht mi a splendid Illustration of the dif ference between men and tho amount of lm. provemont different typos of athletes ere susceptible of. Demp sey is of tho grey hound and Dacey of the bulldog type. Dempsey depends on speed, Dacey on strength. Bpeed won y on tho principle that ' eO half a dozen mallets - JpK oro a oa' tnore offso- $7 n tl, Te tan a Oftnnon s jRSV p that doesn't land. '"ieVT-J-I Dacey fought Dempsey , yVJ when Dempsey was a J AA !"'- Ught-weight and gave him a good light, though Dempsey made him cry quits in nine rounds. Jack has since said that Dacey both. ered him more than any otho...

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 October 1887

f'i TaHvt '' Bi 4 THE EVENING WORLD; MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887; . Mby n "" Bi -'" B100MB COUNTra DEM0OELTI0 HOW. H&" Hew York Coitom-IIoaso Employee Acctuefl H J" ofrernlcloo Activity. K Bocordor "W. F. Down, of Binghamton, flr' wMtaaong the callers at tbo headquarter, of Kb fee Democratic! State Committee ot the Hoff K .(JswaHoueeto-dav. He Bald that the iactioui B tight within the Democratic party in Broome B& itkrantywas a Tory serious one, Mid might Hn I'eott the Btato tlokot ft gTeat many tote. H , "The State Committee," he continued, EV ithould take some eetlon. There ere two HP( .Democratic ooonty tickets. In the field end BC'V 'tiro Democrats aro ninnlng for Assembly. Hfj , .Broome is a Republican county, and if the KL plit in the Domocratio party continues I am H& certain that It-will cost tho Btato ticket hun Kw dreds of votes, Tho entire trouble has been Kfc , caused by the ' pernicious aetlTlty of Federal Hgjfcs effice-holdera. They havo used their posi H' jtt...

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 October 1887

I g O'CLOCK' . - 8Ife rW 3 O'CLOCK fl PRICE .ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887 PRICE ONE CENT. 9H THE MURDER OF DR. IIAJILAN HATTD! WOOLSTEEN MAKES A CONPLIOTKQ CONFESSION AND ATTEMPTS SDICIDE. Itevelntlons of a Remarkable Crime In Cali fornia. Ciirloon Conduct of the Lou An. cle Chief of Polico Wiu tlie Wo man's Htory Obtained Under Threats' She Said nt l'irnt Ilarlnn Shot Himself. SPECIAL. TO THE XVEN1NO WOnLD. (Sam Fhanoisco, Oct. 17. No occurrcnco in rccont years In Lob Angeles lins nrousod i moro exoitemont than the- rovelntiou that tho few charred nntl crisped human remains found in a hurnod ham nt Compton on Oct. 7 was nil that was loft of Dr. E. C. Ilarlnn, n popular dentist in former days nud ono of tho best known sporting mon on this coast. Tho remains had boon inclosed in n rough box and dumped into nn out-of.tho-wny plnco. Tho beliof thnt a dreadful murder had been v committed gained ground. From facts gathered by tho Chief of Polico the story ns it now stands...

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 October 1887

HHr ' "' , B ! 4t THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887.' .. -S fir Hp' MONDAY, OCTOBER 17. w K, HVnSCJtlVXXOlf (Including railage), HPf "Jfi? itONTH, 30c; J'JSJl YSAJt, $3.C0. 5b!r H OVER 800,000 A DAY I HKI' 43VER A MILLION COPIES A WEEK I H ' WTi'e Largest Circulation of Any Newspaper HW&". ! In World. HtY The total number of Wonins printed daring the Br) Jt week a 2, 1 83,930, follows: H bandar 1208,280 roplei. k Monday...... 300,08(1 copies. K Tuesday 000,100 copies. HfV Wednesday 318,110 copies, K Thursday 300,000 copies. tteCx Friday..... 2115,400 copies. Hl"; Hatorday 28J.100 copies. K'' .Weekly and Heml 107, OIO copies. H--' I Average circulation of Tnx Wohld per day for HBp fnbOTO week, k' 3 1 1 ,90O Copies. R?,- . We, whose signatures are appended, certify to H?? vUio correctneu of tho above statement. Ki O. W. Tdrnxb, Huslncss Manager, Bf.'t J. Ahocs Sdaw, Cashier. H) J. O. Smith, Foreman World Press Room. r, c. b. btdabt, Hxh Acting Supt. Mall and Delivery I)c...

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. — 17 October 1887

' iSsHafl . TnE EVENING WORTH: MONnAY. OHTnTlRR 17 1BR7 - 'y'3mH SPORTS INDOORS AND ODT. 3RET1I0DKD AND BULLDOG T1TES OF nGIITING MEN. Jot Demiwer and III Old Antnaonlat Dairy Boatlnc on Ibe Harlem-nilTcrtiit Kinds of DoxIdB Glove-A Talk with Champion , role-Vanlter flaxler-Forty Atlile m I.rave tbe "Winged II" for Other Clubs. rf ', i .. .3 HE four-round go bo V 1 1 twocn Billy Dacey and Ct 1 Jsok Dewi,Bey Ho. jLsy d bokca n Saturday l,f f?ht was n splendid illnstratlon of tho dif ference between men and tho amount of lm. provemont different types of athletes ore susceptible of. Deuip soy is of tho grey hound and Dacey of tho bulldog typo. DempRey dopends on spood, Dacey on Btrength. Bpood won sf on tho prlnolple that 2 Half a dozen mallets -s d&K nro n dcul more offea. $J n fl-. ' vo twin ft cannon "hot lUtP tlmt doesn't land. 1 luTH Dacey foughtDempsoy "1Q. whon Dcmpsey was a AA "" light-weight and gavo Lira a good fight, though Dempsey made him cry quits in nino rounds. Jack...

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 October 1887

s.s.s.Ms.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s. M iKfe' A THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887: & A POWERFUL LUMBER FOOL. Hft M Cots and Haw Up Orcr 7,000,000 Feet E,f of I.nmher a Year. HK't, (JVem M Chicago TWlsws.l BM A despatch In the Tribune giro some account or H&f lumber pool with a centre at Chlppsna Falls. K Wt, and a supposed capital ot upward) of K too. 000,000. reople natnrallr deitrs to know If Kn slthero li to ba a monopoly on lumber as well ai Kt 1 other products. It would seem that lie who at- Hff," tempts to corner the lumber market mutt buy up Hn& ', the earth, and consequently that there f no occa- Kf 4aion for alarm. However, It la possible to monopo- Bsf'; lice certain productive areas. It Is a fact that sec E& 'tlonal pools oro growing-, mtirh to the terror of jHft. cmall mtlKowncrs. Mr, M. T. Qreeu, a Chicago KH Nnmberman, said last evening: jMsfV "The Mississippi Hirer Logging Company Is Hki probably the largest and most powerful pool. It KW, (jbas unlim...

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. — 18 October 1887

I -i I ... x i- jW LAST " lfe w LAST jj I J EDITION. PC lfe SQwflP I EDITION. J I PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. Jfl THE BEARS KEPT AT BAY. SCARCITY OP STOCKS AND HIG1I RATE8 IN TnE WAN CROWD TERRIFY THEM. The Minallfry Feared a Corner, and Made a Rush to Cover Up their Short Lines lint the Trending Hears Itrfuao n niulT, add Give ETldeuco that they are Ktlll In the King Closslp on tlie Street To-llny. ") JK Wall Sirem, Oct. 18. 1 JWSk. stf A N ,lle stook ExcllttnK0 m A!"" aVsmH yesterday's activity '; f " slBf nn( excitement wns vtavisJ? " apparently too muoh fvvCv or bulls ani D0BrB ,: I VHkM 'C0, -t 'east tney I J)rEjWrirVr-CL I"1?0 been loss bolliger- V HS& lUr jFSJS cnt to-day, and Where lTw I' fe fluctuations of 1 per f Ls" l ffWl con' unvo occurred 1 (r A JV frequently of late I ' ?) 1 i& tills morning thoy V ).J I L wore few and far be- f. j 1 K tween. The bears I fel v'?Vja31 1 'I were J'6?' ni by fr n f hftj? 'tS ' time by the ...

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. — 18 October 1887

Ml-;l:' TIIE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887. . I MfiL'fc," TUB Kv K TUESDAY, OCTODER 18. . Kj( MVJIBCSirTIOX (Including 1'oilagt), arfwrir. 30c. prj me, $3,80. HM' I l f OVER 800,000 A DAY ! pOVER TWO MILLION COPIES A WEEK! E& HvTk iMTfttt Cfrcalatlon of Any Newspaper Hf$ In lbs World. iiTkt total number of Worlds printed during the HK?mt wee was 2, 1 83,930, as follows: HK."1' B0O,88O copies. Bf'.Jttandar ,100,030 capiat. RSi Taesday 300,100 copies. WcilflCiday 318,110 copies, BjWftTa-sr.day. 308,800 copies. 9LVrMay 80S,4BO eoplea. E$tfikMrda.y. 983,100 copies. HKawaaklr. ausd ttcasl 107,010 espies. MJ'f ATerse circulation of The World per day for Ht tovo week, Bff ,'.' ' 31 1,990 Copioa. Hp We, whose signatures aro appended, certify to HMbe correctness of the above statement. Kft'' Q. W. Turner, Buatneai Manager. rc' J. Akoch Suaw, Caihler. Rv1? J' ' Bxint, Foreman World Ptcm Room. H tit C. E. STU AST, KX Acting Supt, Mall and Delivery Dept, Meyv Zpwasp n. lUNKtK, Au...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 18 October 1887

jl THE EVlSNlJNtt WOULD: 'TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1WJ7. . ' 3 JHM Jl SPORTS INDOORS AND OUT. il , J EIGHT COMMITTEEMEN TO DECIDE ABOUT 9. BUNNEB CARTER'S CASE. 3 The Nuuu Athletic Club's Now Ileadqunr- " tera panseroua Uumntr Throwing oa llie Mott Karen tirounda This Winter'! Hkatlas Very rromlslne; Two Nortec Matched to Fight Appearances Deceitful. !r. OME eight vommlttco p& 7 men will docido on tho , (iPuifay OTldcnco tl10 Corter A t(l4yy)li CM0' An C3tPert "n11 jw? - "mcr Dischop, f the KV JSjy Amoricans, is doubt- KStfvw ful andO.H. Rowland, 75fiiC of tbo Staten Island HMfJBkJj Athletio Olub, nover 5wSmw show up, I'll put OyJaH down J. E. Snlllvnn, II InXA ot til rostlmes w- II II MaVJVV Halpln.OlymploA. C, I J r and Nassau man.'W. 0. ' V II V J' Esohowego, as s"ro tot Il i ' Carter, becauso they If think him innocent nud a persecuted man. I Vf. Storms, President of the Manhattan I Athletic. Club . 0. II. Mapes, of Col. umbia College, and W. II. Hegoinnn, who Its Interested in ...

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. — 18 October 1887

HI' J-' ' 1 R 4 THE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887.' I W QWDEKLY'S SCHEME FAILED. IgWjIjCB.itSeiONED TO FEEEZB OUT BAIffilAND mfr$M ' BAlLSr, BUT THE! TVONT flO. HRf ; Gffud Muter Workman and Hla FrUnd mLfyj lj Urtlre Trom xrrntlve BBBa Mawrdi bnt the CJenoral A.arrably ltcftiae Bs to Accept Their Kealininllona-Ballar Con BN' T -'PI1 1I,S Attmclu In lht Conrrntlon. Hffi'''i (irZCIAIi TO in ZTXOTXO WOULD, 1 jH;. ' 'Mdwiatolis, Oct. 18. There U no doubt H& 'jfefttMr. Powderly is very much 'dfnghstod at HEU Hie factional fight which 1b obstructliiB the BBbMtaeB of the KnluhtB convention. Ills Hk jideUrmlncd combo yesterday afternoon shows Blwi. After a day of crttseloM discord, K Powdorly, nnd nil tho othor general officers, HK : h"ctln in nccordonco with a rrsolntion pro. IMBHe jvoiieo by Delegate Archibold, of ftinfrict PflRBfr , .'Assembly No. 49, New York, tendered thir HHBJfr Jtwrignatfons except Messrs. Barry and Bailey, issssssr 'itWQ declared that they would not r...

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