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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 December 1887

f" TO BE FOUo I --SW I I, fW FEATUft- I W 5t llliii S lll'iiiliilfiffl MMxIsltsZ 9 FAV0B1TK BOOKS OP TOPULAU rREACUEEa (LJ J 1 1 iT fewfeuTlSl ) fflfiMJL 1 Ji Mill V vJUMl IL I J L 111 A NlOIir IN BEUEVUE HOSPITAL. '9 NOTED CLDB AND FAMILY COOKS. Kg? nUH ( WWkm&mW S? VNr jr K& S&'U 3 AMONG NEW YORK TIIIEVB& 'H A WORLD REPORTER'S TWER HUNT. V V W rTf'rQ T ) FAITH CURE AND ITS FOLLOWERS. ,IS COPIES OF RKCKNT OREAT PAINTINQB. XJJSi A CHK18TMA3 BTORI Br BILL NIR K jM PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT.1 H 1IRS. FORBES'S ADVENTURE. A TICTIM OF MORPHINE WHO BAYS SHE WAS ROBBED TWICE. f Plsappearlwr from Her Home In Stamford and Turning I'p at Police Headquarter., In till. City She Alleges that Hhe Lost Her Money on n Trnln nnd that a Cab man Htole Her Focketbook Here. Charles 8. Fotbcs, an agent for tho Marvin gafo Company nnd residing at Stamford, Conn., visitod Inspector Williams yoBtordoy in search of ...

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. — 24 December 1887

M' ',p"p"": "' THE WORLD -SATURDAY BVEmNG, DECEMBER 24, 1887. ' ' " " -'..'-'., -w ittjtx!I9 P' . ,"- ' ' ' ' - 1 fa A I'll" ' !-' , Wlilll .' If S.LI I I I THE WORLD. Hh SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24. Ev evjtsanxrxsojT xo sms jcrxmira Kti ' EDITION (Including Postage), Kl fEliitONTIT, 30c iFEIl YEAIt, $3.50. H THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Hff Total number of" World printed dnrinc B' ' the Bonlh of Noveniber, 188T. B 8,505,840. El? AVERAGE PEE SAT FOR TUB ENTIIIE p' MONTH, H 283,528 COPIES. Bft SOrXUDEIl CIRCULATION during the pat ftx Krk Vtart compared: K ttonlMf Daily gv' ZWaf. JLvvraq: ft a8lt9 043,801 31,409 H& 1883 3,301,070 43,380 Bf 388i 3,848,834 328,104 Hft 388B 4,048,403 304,048 Hf 3880 0,107,4110 303,880 H tan 8,505,840 283,528 Hf OPEN TO ALL. -' 4 The New York "World" Invites every f Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser w to examine Its Books and Press Room to K& Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. LBaaHr E ADVERTISING RATES. Hjf. fAcate Meaaurement.) BJ Ordinary...

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

J - TWT, WORLD. SATURDAY EVEN1KG. DECEMBER 24. 1687. " -ySB CHRISTMAS EVE IN A PALACE CAR BY ALBION W. TOURCEE. luthor V " VooVi Errand," "Ilot Plough, shares," tc ICopVrtaht 1887. "InWii fl " Vb WOr0 oom'n8 Mt '''VytTjy triu'd on the Atchison, 7gp3YSG Topoko nnd Santft F5, WiGStB& "16 "no poerloss 5g fill among American rail. -v 2 HH road monopolies In the s,m pp character of its sorvice yf Y'jfffl y f? an evident caro for jrCTwViPi t tno comfort of its jcJJUTtcSg passengers. I havo 9 1 11 y J v sometimes wondered flflMTjjfcss that othor corpora jJLyKa.'yls,. j tions, disturbed by mfc BKrv""- strikes and given to l r tLV1! i'-J zealous blacklisting of igaA-jZ discharged employees. Y j!rSz do not tako time to in-flftAgg-?l 1 1 yU tnt0 tne reason yhy this great New England s5tcm, with its thousands of miles of track spread like a net work of steel over the great wheat fields of the Southwest, manages to command such loyal and devoted service from that magnin. tent body of men who...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 24 December 1887

HRMBBB11IHH WWWWW ,ww 'r ' W THE WOULDs SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER H, 1887: " -k- FJ ! Ki " '?ADtir WAN KNOCKliD OUT. Kr " Egi.' JflREfl DISASTROUS ROUNDS WITH JOE EL JTAULIFFli AT SAN FRANCISCO, fgsflr , tftey Fooalit with Thin Gloyes nt the Sun ijB$ JTrancUen Athletic Club for 03,000 nnd ffgfc the l'nclae ('east Hearr-Welght Chain. Rft iloRslilp PmMy Wi Not In flood Condi. jHwr,, Man MeAatlfle Much tbs Better Alan. BWp I incut, to Tin wonu.l tffif ," Bin Fiuncisco, Doo. 24. Tho rooms of Kofi (ho California Athlotio Olnb, on Grant jtyi tvrontie, worts crowded lost night with sport- iHS' ng mon and lovers of tho art of solf-dcfonso, irho had bouo to boo tho fight with thin cloves betweon Paddy llyan, ox-cliauipiou of tho world, and Joo MoAuliffe, clmmphm of tho PaolOo coast, for n 81,000 purse, !2,000 ont. iddo money, and tho clinmpionshlp of tho rnclflc coast. Tho assomblngo wns reprcsontntivo, not only of what might bo tormed " Bontlomnnly" sporting men, but also of many bronchos ...

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. — 26 December 1887

ijAoi 1a k PfWY W LAST 11 PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YOItK, MONDAY, DECEMBER SG, 1837. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT 'H HEADING'S FORCED HOLIDAY. WHAT WILL TO-MORROW BRING FORTH IN TUB GREAT STRIKE? New Ilnnd To Koii tlio Trnlns If the Striker l)i Nut Unturn to Work Tlio Men Say They Aro Out For a l'rliu-liili Dili tlio Ciiiiinnliy I'orcn Inn htrlliu 1'robnlilo llllect In New York. IsrrciALTo TiiEWom.D.I Priir.ArtELNtiA, Doc. 20. interest iu tho pient striko on tlio Hooding linos centres on tlio outcomo of to-morrow's proceedings. 'J'lio company 1ms ordered tlio men luick to work Tuosdny morning, ond if they mo not nt their posts their places will ho filled hy io w hands. If thoro is to ho any dlsturbanco it will occur when tho officials attempt to jnovo trains with green men. Thoro wns almost a complete cessation of work on tho cntiro systom yestordoy. Not a coal train ran, whilo on tho previous Sunday inoro than half a hundred trains camo to this city. The men spent th...

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. — 26 December 1887

mr TR&wvtmfmftimyiwsmmmtnmitoMmiiwrimfy ' s m THE WOULD. jf, " MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 26. nanHsV ' KjjP' evjiscjtiTTioN xo run eyjsxwQ' MOW' EDITION (Including Foitnge), Warn rsn month, soc ifeii teaii, $3.50. Hfflf ,. l-l - ..... .1 I a I P THE NOVEMBER RECORD. HP' Total number of' World" printed daring Bra? ,ue month of November 188T K ' 8,505,840. KIP.' AVBItAGE PER DAY FOR TIIK ENTIRE HP , MONTH, m 283,528 COPIES. WW SOrsUDBRCinCULATlOSaurino the xxutitx m& , Vtari compared: KE,,' irtdiArr ytfy WW" 3SSfl 043,801 31,403 W&L 3SJ 3,301,070 4B,380 WtjL; 3884 3,84S,834 328,104 M. 388S 4,048,4tS3 304,048 fc 3880 C,107,4ilO 803,880 , aw 8,505,840 283,528 ft OPEN TO ALL. H The New York "World" Invltoi every J Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser ,$v to examine Its Books and Pros Room to MS1' Satisfy hlmsolf about Its Circulation. txti i W. ADVBRTISING RATES. & (Acata Meaaniamenl.) fflB Ordinary, 25 oenta per una. No extra prfoe for a- $p caritatle dlaplay. Buslnas...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 26 December 1887

MERRY YULE TIDE FEAST. tiie cut giyen up to the celebra tion OP CHRISTMAS. Jlonntlfnl Provision to Make Poor People llnl7 Hreiics In Homes nnil Insttln. lloun Nnnta Clnus In a JoIIt Urrninn Household Sumo Who Hail C'nuse for UrJolcloK anil Homo Who II nil None. Olt two days tho poo- yM&M4M bocn ,loinR their best JZST to urinK dyspepsia irprrri up on themselves. 1 'lj22$j I 8 Thoro nro a four Now Pt,f4rJ Yorkers left whoso ll 5$0 f3 -. digestion 1ms succehs k'jaC'oldl P& fully weotliorcd tho fa KSTtffJforiM rcl1catrt assaults of Bkw&i&lj H turkey and cranberry ViJ Bnuc0 tmfllcs anil lce- fifef zJ5vV crcnm bonbons ami K-fw-lM oily uuls' Aml tllCB0 'ITJfWflK'W wil1 tftvo nnotnor HVWVMlfeilivl rolmtl nni1 wind-up l&Wtt i(JT!21i lo"(lllJ w'tu tuo fo I' ti MAT wKfeatfl who always strikes hnrdcstbclow tho belt. . On ovory sldo dealers rub their hands ploasantly and declaro that tho holiday trado has not been so Rood in years, and then add, half mournfully, that tboir ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 26 December 1887

Hfc 4 THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1887.' K iA NOTED BROOKLYN CHUECfl. w$t B ItTIlERE C0NGRE0ATI0XALI8T8 nATB WOE- Wtk 61I11TED NEABLY HALF A GENTIM. MmW' ijriie History of the Htone JMIflce ,he H Comer of Henry nd Hetnsen Street, HSS The Oldest Church or It Denomlnnllon He$' In the City Dr. HtorrV, Succr-asful fllln- HwS' Istry A Piece of Mymouth Hock. B$f Tho oldcit Congregational church in Brooklyn Wxt? fli the nraod old stono edlfleo on tno corner of K&T Slenry and Itemscn ttrccts, known as tho Church NT 'of the nigrum, or, u It has been familiarly and fr efftctlonately called, for now well-nigh on to half ' I 7 : IS' Jl WIST' ' 1 1 R i m& I . Z I Wfu cncncn or rax numiHR. Si' a century, by all tho world Id general and Brooklyn- BijftT lies In particular, "I)r. Btorra's cUuroh," because M3K forsooth tho Itev. itlobard 8. Storm, 1). I). LL. 1). , U$$ )iai been pastor of the chnrch erer ilnco It had an Hmr existence, and became the "Church of the HkE (Pilgrims" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 December 1887

BaTaBBaBBBBBBBBaBBaBaBaBaBBBaBM nTT ill i ii i n mi 'iWr'PflfiKTpRiM FHTTpnrnWpirTflip 5 O'CLOCK Iffe' ' 'M' 4k 5 O'CLOCK 11 EYTPA PLltlf' ffiSSstlSft SW)tt1fIlU 17YTP A W - - ,, "fH PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER. 27, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT; IH CRASH ON THE RAIL. Twelve PersonB Injured in a Col lision in Brooklyn. A Long: Island R.R. Engine Runs Into a Rapid Transit Train. Two Car Thrown from tho Track and Ilndlr Droken Up Passengers Impris oned In llio Wreck The Unglnccrs of Iloth Train Hurt How Ifao Crah Oo carred Travel Delnyed Four Hour. A collision occurred on tho Long Island Railroad, near tho Ralph avonuo station, on Atlantic avonuo, juBt after 7 o'clock this morning. So far as is known twolve persons wero in jured. No one was killed. That such is the case is a miraclo, as both trains were pretty well filled at tho time. The accident was duo to tho slippery con dition of tho rails. Engino No. 5, of tho rapid transit branch of tho ...

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. — 27 December 1887

Hi'. "-' s THE WORLD : TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27, 1887. r THE WORLD. jKf TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27. B JHsjC SVDSCItlFJION TO xftB XVJSXIXO mf" EDTZ10X (Including Fottagt), Htv " PW? MONTR, 30c l rXli TSAR, $3. SO. H THE NOVEMBER RECORD. DpT Total number of "Worlds" printed darlna- Ra. Ibe month of November- 1887i K 8,505,840. jjH" AVKHAQH PKB SAT FOB THE ENTIIIE jKt' MONTH, K. 283,528 COPIES. LLkT , , , jBp , XOPEUBKR CIIICUIA TWS (luring the PAt tt K vtar compart a: IgggggF VnlXlf Datti m-Z IWaf. t-ra,, jjHft S9 , , 043,801 31,400 jjKfi MM , , 101,070 48,350 jjB'' " 8,843,83 329,104 jjH? 3SBB 4,048,403 104,048 jjBi' J0 0,107,490 S03,B80 K ?sr............ 0,505,840 283,528 Hf OPE? TO ALL. i, The, New York "World" Invito every jHfeH Nowipapor Proprietor and every Advertlior jHfr- to examine Its Books and Press Room to jKf Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. Hl. ADVERTISING RATES. H (Agste Measurement.) HpT Ordinary, 25 rati per Una. No titre price for so. Jyj etptable displa...

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. — 27 December 1887

- - av,-mM-t-Tiall ' itijM--ma 'gtr'JSBB'1WBlWBBllBBllaaBjTjTjTJTJBJJBJBBjTjTjTjT rvieigryMwiwisMBfB WOUND UP WITH .DANCES. CIlBISTMAB OELEBBATIONB GATLI ENDED IN MANY BALLE00H8. The Hoiti of Ihn Bylreater Ilyam Aaaocla- lion Turn Out Prof. Marx Entertains Ilia Pupil Unco More Plasterer Help On a Benefit Fund-A Slaronlo Society' Dance Some of tlio CI neat. Tho Sylvester Ryan Association gave a danco last night nt Lyrio Hall, Sixth avenuo and Forty-second Btroot. Tho rooms were flllod with gay young couples, tripping it over tho wniod floor to the muslo of Lovell's Orchestra. The dancing began at about 10.30. Tho danco was a great success. Tho offl cers of tho association aro : President, John P. Mooro; Vice-President, Lawrence- L. Londy ; Treasurer, T. J. Canton j Sccrotary, P. J. O'Mcaraj Financial Socrotary, N. J. Lcagrares, Tho Picanlnny Cotcrlo was represented by Lawrence Harpor, John J. Kennedy, Oharlos Kramer, John Curry and Theodoro Oborlo. Among those who wore present may bo...

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. — 27 December 1887

K Won pacific "maf sue. iKVfi . RP' RAILROAD WRECKERS NOT TET SECURE Hf)f OF HIEIR TLUNDER. ES The InTeallgattng Commlltcn Until to I'ayor K n Unit to Ilcrorrr 810,000,000 from Hsf Oonldi Bane nnd Others. The Nuggeatlon HPV Declared to Meet with the Presidential Hu - Approral Home Fact Sworn to. Hm Since the Pacific Hallway invosHRation HraL closed speculation, has been rifo in Wall street Wj M to what tho Commissioners would sny and i'' recommend In thoir report. Just now rn- a' mora ore particularly persistent in tho great Hjf money mart. It is said in tho street that thero will ho H'S two reports. Ono of them, by ei.Gov. Pattl- Rpt Pon, will arraien tho wholo raciflo railway HpV yetem, and no mercy will be shown for any Bf pno. W'. The report of Messrs. Littler, llcpnblicnn, Hk and Anderson, Democrat, will bo just as hard HPf n Jay Gould, Russell Sago and tho rest of Ejj tfio speculators who cried Kansas I'aciflo H& and Denver raciflo down to 7ero, liouqht all Ct tho stock th...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 December 1887

I 3 O'CLOCK. I Sffe P V 3 O'CLOCK II 1 PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT: 'H CRASH ON THE RAIL. Twelve Persons Injured in a Col lision in Brooklyn. - A Long Island' R.R. Enjyino Runs Into a Rapid Transit Train. Tito Cnrs Thrown from tbe Track and nadir Broken Up Passengers1 Imprls onnl In the Wreck The Engineer of Iloth Trains Hurt How llio Crnsh Oe cnrrcil. A collision occurred on tbo Long Island Railroad, near tho Italpb avcuuo station, ou Atlantic avenuo, just after 7 o'clock this morning. Bo far an in known twelve persons were in jured. No one was killed. That such in tho catois a miracio, as both trains were pretty well filled at tbo time. Tbo accident was duo to tbo slippery con dition of tbo rails. Engino No. 6, of tho rapid transit branch of tbe system, which runs from tho Flatbusb avenue station to East Now York, bad just left tho Ralph avenue station, with three cars, on its way down. It was being closely...

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. — 27 December 1887

BBBMBBBiPBlBiMBBB iiii' tjijnjjtflftgjjpnBi K; o TnE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27, 1887. K.. 'thawoeij). H' TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27. B& evrtscmrrioy xo xnis jsristtiira K$f '' JSMJIOX (Inputting I'OBtage), KjL rejiuoNTJi, 30c ;rsn ybar, $3.B0. B . THE NOVEMBER RECORD. sBfa Hf. Total number of "Worlds" prlntod during Rrc' llio month off November, 1887. Br 8,505,840. Hii AVnUOE PKU DAY FOB. TUB ENTIRE H? MONTH, R 283,528 COPIES. Krt- XO YXitMtn CinCULATlOX during the jxiit tlx HC'j."' trarj compared; ZflSS 043,001 31,409 Hfr MAS 3,301,070 4B,3HD Kf-P 3: 3,843,834 38,104 K J.VJ 4,048,433 104,048 K' 3SS0 0,107,430 803,080 ..., 8,505,840 283,528 K ' OPEN TO ALL. Hjif The New York "World" Invites every Hb' Newspaper Proprietor and ovory Advertlsor Ky to examine lt Books and Press Room to K$. Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. Hff : ADVERTISING RATES. Bfl (Agate Measurement.) Bwf' ofelnary, 25 cent" per Una. No extra pries for ao- LLS$ rtptatle display, Buslnree or Spec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 December 1887

' vjaLaBBaBl ' THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27, 1887. 3 9B WOUND UP WITH DANCES. CilBIBTMAS CELEBRATIONS GATLI ENDED LV MANY BALLROOMS. Tho Host of the Sylvester Hynn Asaocla. linn Turn Oat I'rof. Marx Entertain Illx Fiintl Onco More rinatorar Help On a Iloncflt Fund A Slavonic Society' Dnnco Some of eke Ctaeits. Tlio Sylvcstor Kyim Association gave n danco last night nt Lyrio llnll, Sixth nvcnuo and Forty-second street. Tho rooinswore filled with cny young couples, tripping it over tho waxed floor to tho mnslo of Lovell's Orohostm. Tho dancing began at about 10.30. Tbo dnnco was a great success. Tho offi cers of tho association aro i Presidont, John. I. Mooro; Vioo-Presidont, Lawrence L. Lnndy j Treasurer, T. J. Canton j Secretary, P. J. O'Meara; Financial Secretary, N. J. Iieagrfivos, The Picnninny Cotorio was represented by lavwronco Harper, John J. Kennedy, Oharlos Krnmor, John Curry and Thoodoro Oberlo. Among 'thoso who wore present may bo mentionod tho following ladios...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 December 1887

HBPji Wr if'""v w"'' ' l " i Wh WL& , I W A TIIE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER .27, I88t ' I m CHARITABLE MR, COKCOMN. isee ' j& nnilTI-XINK KOSES I'LACED IN HIS ijpr WREATH (II' VBAHi KIaj pkctch of llio riillnrtlironlst Wlio Una (llvrn 1 Array 87iOOO.OOO In Clinrllle. I)r.rrli- fejjfe , lion of Hl House anil Library Ilia Horn. & . lntscene. at" the President Since Waab- Eft-! Ington Daniel Webater'a Necessities. EgM fariCML TO IHI WOULD. 1 W WiBllISOTO.v, Deo. 57. fjSx' To-day t'jero aro elghty-nlne roaca In the wreath K, of rears worn liy Mr. W. W. Corcoran, tno'nntfil mK rillitanttiralilitol this rltr, end tlie event 13 1 1 1 1? R T ry ijulcllf celebrated owltu U 'r- Oorroriin'u UW enfeebled o'atn of h(wllli. 11 li o not fully re- hjjL covered from hli Hindu of Hundnj, hot Is cticerfnl, txR and WIU, umloabtedly, be an well as usual In a f ef VK' Ct,U mgi Terterdaj I called npon Mm in nit library. An mm Amerloan eagle, the gift of one of bla frlendi, JjjK' looked d...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 December 1887

, . 'M I LAST I w lSlfe MfWlf I LAST I - - , , , iH PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMHER. 27, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT; JB CRASH ON THE RAIL, ,- Twelve Persons Injured in a Col lision in Brooklyn. A Long Island R.R. Engine Runs Into a Rapid Transit Train. Two Cnrs Thrown from tlio Trnck and Hnilly rtroken Up l'micngcrs Iinnrls. oucil In the Wreck Tlie l!uf(liici-r of l'ntli Trnlus Hurt How llio Crash Or i in red. A collision occurred on (bo Long Inland linilroncl, near tbo Ralph nvcnuo station, on Atlantic nvcnuo, just after 7 o'clock this morning. So far as is known twolvo persons wero in jured. No one was killed. That such is tho caso is a miraclo, as both trains were pretty wall filled at tho time. Tho accident was duo to tho slippery con dition of tho rails. Engine No. 5, of tho rapid transit branch of tho system, which runs from tho Flatbush avenuo station to East Now York, had just left tho Halph avonuo station, with three cars, on its way ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 December 1887

H' ,? 2 THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 27. 1887. B THE WO ELD. R ' TUESDAY EVENING,, DECEMBER 27. Hf BVBBCMTTIOn TO TUB BTBN1XO Bjt& XDITIOX (Including Feitagi), Hgf"' PSltXOJTTJT, 80c fPKIi YSAR, $3.00. Hi THE NOVEMBER RECORD. HJK Tetal number of "World" printed during Bv the noath or November, 1887, f 8,505,840. KrV , ATERAQE TKR DAY FOB THE ENTIEE m' MONTH, K (283,528 COPIES. KgjF XOVBUDSn CIRCULATION anting the patt Hz HB fear compared; K; JT-Miaiy JJnthy PBff.& ratal. Avtra't, I 043,801 31,4013 Bjgf i3 1,301,070 43,380 KsF 24 3,843,834 308,104 BjW MaTT 4,048,433 304,048 ffi MSO 0,107,430 B03,880 Wk isar 8,505,840 283,528 IS OPEN TO ALL. Kg The Now York "World" Invito every R$fe Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser H$f to oxamlne Iti Books and Press Room to H, Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. "sBtfS ii i , Rl ADVERTISING RATES. KT ' ... (Agate Meaauremont.) Ki Ordinary. 90 oen par Una. No aitra pries for ae. Efft; CCTiULle dJaplajr. t ualneea or Bpcud ft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 27 December 1887

. THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27. 1887. 4" . ! WOUND UP WITH DANCES. CURIBTMAS CELEBRATIONS GAYLI ENDED IN MANX BAbLEOOlIS. Olio Hosts of Iho Sylvester Ryan Aaiocla V lion Torn Out-Prof-, fllarx Entertains 1 II In Pnplls Once More Flasterers Help f On a llencflt Fund A Rlnvonlo (Society' f Dance Borne of the tin rat. Tlio Sylvester Ryan Association jravo ft dniico last night at Lyrio Hall, Sixth avenuo and Forty-sccond street. Tlio rooms wero filled with gay young couples, tripping it ovor tbo waxed floor to tho music of Lovcll's Orchestra. Tho dancing began at about 10.30. Tho danco was a grot success. Tho om- Scers of tbo association nro : President, John P. Mooroj Vice-President, Lawrenco L. Landy ; Treasurer, T. J. Canton ; Seorotary, P. J. O'JIcara; Financial Secretary, N. J. Lcngraves, The Picaninny Cotcrio was rcprosontod by Lawrenco Hurpor, John J. Kennedy. Charles Kramer, John Curry and Tbeodoro Oborle. Among tboso who woro present may bo mentioned tho following la...

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. — 27 December 1887

Hl l . - . , - .. . B klON PACIFIC MAY SUE. Rv RAILROAD WRECKERS NOT YET BECUBE & ; OP THEIR TLUNDEIC. HS The InrestletUlne Committee Nalel to Favor HSfe n Halt la Recover 910,000.000 from Pfj Clenld, Bane and Other The HUffgeMlan ffijf Declared ta Meet with the Presidential Hfft , Approval Some Facto Sworn to. KjF Blnoetho Paclflo Railway investigation KS closed speculation liflfl been rif o in Wall strcot K5& us to what tbo Commissioners would say ami Kg& recommend in their report. Just now ni ls; mors aro particularly porslstont hi tho cront p money mart. g It is said In tbo street tliat thoro will lio $5 two reports. Ono of thorn, by ox-Oov. Patti- m?. eon, will arralen tbo wholo raclfio railway Si,', pystem, and no morcy will bo shown for any a? ono. Tho report of Messrs. Littler, ltopnblicau, W ftnd Andorscn, Democrat, will bo jiwl nn hard ilj n Jay Gould, Russoll Safjo and tho ret of ' tho lipoculators uho cried Kiuihis l'liclftV Tf and Donvcr Tacifia down to zon....

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