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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

- - - r,Wm 1 5, o-ctooK I ' ;aSillsk ya. 5 ocmck f ! H EXTRA. &0C illlil OTWlO. EXTRA. ' I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDZFIQN. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT? ?49 I TRAINS SIDE-TRACKED. Evidence of Purthor Trouble on the Reading Road. Chairman Loo Orders the Men to Strike To-Morrow. JUanr of the Men are Dlasatlaned, and Chair, tan Lp I Trying to Induco the Exrco ttre Committee to Order a Renewal of Hostilities Officiate Say the Btrike This Afternoon mi Dne to fllanuderetaninnc. trMcutffwo)ito.1 PniLiBiLputA, 11.0723. At 1.30 this niter- noon tbo Reading employees began to tide- track tho trains at Port Biohniond, and at a o'clock no lest than seven engines were laid 1 off. One report It that tho men havo again struck, and another is that the company or dered the trains side-tracked, and the men, misunderstanding the order, thought it meant strike. It is certain that tho trains were stopped, and everything Is at n standstill. John It. Lee, Ch...

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. — 28 December 1887

'. A i L , TnE,feffiLl9;"WBfrItebAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28;T887: m B TH$ W0B1D. K ' JlttaJYtMMsMi'C. Hr aan:auiiJiLJLi :iMiirj-f . a. H WEDNESDAY EVENINO, DECEMBER' 2& naVr e He BVSBCMPTXOir to xjib srsyvro KS. EDITION (Including Tftago), KB)) M ItORTIT, SOto t PER YSAIt, $3,50, I T, ' B: THE NOVEMBER RECORD. H Eb Totsd Bomber of " Worlds" printed daring H". r. .the month of November, 188T. W 8,505,840. Ee, AVERAGE PEB SAT JOB THE ENTniB "ONTO. H 283,528 COPIES. H& gorXMUBfl CMCULATIQX Curing th pott tit K?"t XmiIM Darts' Vatf. IWal. AltragK K 3J 943,801 81,409 K 2WSS 3,301,070 48,380 HJ XMal 8,843,884 398,104 Bfi 3Mf 4,048,433 304,048 Wt$ X88C 0,107,490 908,380 xw. 8,505,840 283,528 f OPEN TO ALL. The New York "World1 Invites every B& Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Hff to examine Its Books and Press Room to Hp Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. K' ADVERTISING RATES. K (AcaU llomramtnt.) BPf ' (Mlasry, SO wnU pr lis. Ko itra pile for 0- Utfi' teptebl display...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

9lfl THE WORLD WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28.-1687' nnoi 9 CHRISTMAS WEEK DANCES. i. NATIONAL GDAEDSMEN. JIlmtreUT and Comedy by Company D, Twelfth Redolent Afterward .Couple Whirl Orer the Ballroom Nelgjbbor from nloomlngdale Form an Asaoclatlou nnd nive a Merry Reception. Soldiers with their wives, sweethearts or giifrs, besides a Ercat many other guests, Bssomblod in tho Loxington ATcnue Opera. JJouso last ovoning at tho fourth annual en tertainment and roooption of Company D, Twelfth Begiment, National Guard. Tho hall was docoratod with bunting and flowers. The entortainment began with a minstrel performance by members of tho company, which was very good, tho singing of Messrs. Robert MoKoon and Robert Webb deserving special mention. Waltor 8. Trigg was Umbo; Ed. J. Bonnott, bones, and T. Kennedy, in. flj terlocutor. Tho other performers wero John J. Early and Ed. L. Murphy. After some selections by Alex. J. Brown, tho humorist, an act from ' ' Mikado " was riven by Mrs. Lou A....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

Bf' ISOWLS FROM TWO SOURCES. HI 0m MR. RANDOLMrj BIO DOG AND A Hk "COMMITTEE" HEAUD PROM. R? 1 Vfca Oommlttte Jitstkes Innumerable Anony f&' I nana Complaints Without Slack Success HEi' A B.port.rs Experience la Unatlng K far the Dear Same Goad Advice for tka Wvi Fatara Guidance of tba Committee. KfV i rs n wtm Lf It seems that we cannot get anr nulisnee abated HtAiU In Hew York without the aid of tbe press. We E4a therefore appeal to yea to call the atteniloa of tbe sa auth-ujtleslo tho howling of a very larire dog-In kww Vftst TweutT.lfCord street. We have comiiUliied K,; totnecsptalaof vbepreolnot, tne Superintendent Vi , ' Police, Police Commissioners, the Jlaror, and mii IUU7 U the Board of Health without effect We KL are a committee of the teatdenti of the block Jn bounded by Sixth and Seventh avennos, and thla mwtf dog ennoje the entire agnate. Please advlae us. fr 1 Keipectfoiij, Tub cohmittm. K. Tn World Is over ready to put its shonl- KF dor to the wheel and shove alon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

1 3 O'clock J -, ;flak &fwJMi 1 3 o'clock I '1 PRICE ONE CENT.' EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENTV j i i ii ., 1- - - - - mhI DISSATISFIED READING MEN. WILL AN ATTEMPT BE MADE TO EENEW THE STRIKE ? Semo of tUo Employee Very Hitter Ilecanae fin ninnr of Their Number Were Dl clinrsjed Chairman L.re Condemned Ills Claim that the Company Did Not Act In Good Faith Indignant Official Denial. Urtcut, to Tnr would. l PmLADEtpniA, Doc. 28. Thoro is a deal of uncertainty regarding i tlio sottlomont of the striko on tho Heading system. Somo of tho men nro very bitter this morn, ing becauso bo many of tholr number woro discharged, and it would not bo surprising if an attempt wero mado to resnmo tho striko. John It. Leo, Obairman of tho Executive Commlttco of tho railroaders, comes in for his sharo of condemnation, but ho claims tho company acted in bad faith, and after reaching Pottsvillo yesterday ho sont telegrams to all tho assemblie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

ft, ' 2 ' THE WORLD : WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28, 1887. I K THE WOE1D. B WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28. Bcf nvnacnimoir xo xnn stbhino Hi EDITION (Including rottagt), mk' IKR MONTH, 30c tPSlt YXAB, $3.B0. H THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Ht& Tsrtal number of" World printed daring B& the month of November, 188T( I 8,505,840. Bf AVERAOB JPEB SAT FOB TUB ENTIRE K MONTH, 283,528 COPIES. K'' xovbhbbr circulation curing trie pan m K War contporedr HL MottlXtf rally Bw Tbfal. Awagt, K MSB 03,801 31,409 2' J5SS , 1,301,070 40,880 t' 3St 3,840,834 338,104 K& 3888 4,048,483 104,048 Hh 3880 0,107,490 908,880 V, mw. 8,505,840 283,528 Bf OPEN TO ALL. H- Tho New York "World" Invites ovory Rf Newspaper Proprietor and ovory Advertiser S to examlno Us Books And Press Room to P Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. rf H$ ADVERTISING RATES. Kx' , (Agate Measurement.) Bi Ordinary. 25 oral per lln.. No eatra prios for ae- Ryi septabls display. Busuiesa or Special Notices, opposite Bt'tf Edlterud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

THE WORLD t WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28,' 1887. 3 'Vfll CHRISTMAS WEEK DANCES. A DOODLE ENTEETAINMENT GITEN DI NATIONAL GUARDSMEN. jUlaatrelaT nnd Comedy by Company D, Twelfth Regiment Afterward. .Couples Whirl Over the Ballroom Neighbor, from niooinlnilnlo Form an Association unit Ilnvo a Merry Reception. Solcllors with their wives, sweothenrtsor ji, t T3, besides a great many otlior guests, assemblod in tho Lexington Avcmio Opera Jloufio last ovening at tho fourth annual en. tcrtninrnont and roccption of Company D, Twelfth Hogitnent, Kational Guard. Tho hall was decorated with bunting and flowors. Tho entortainment began with a mlnatrol performance by momborsof tho company, Trhich was very good, tho singing of Messrs. Robort McKoon and Robert Webb desorving special mention. Waltor S. Trigg was tambo; Ed. J. Bennett, bones, nnd T. Kennedy, in I tcrlocutor. Tho other porformors woro John J. Early nnd Ed. h. Murphy. Aftor somo selections by Alex. J. Brown, tho humorist, an act fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

k MR, LaBOUCHERE'S LETTER. BeeeeeLv k . H HIS WEEKLY BUDGET OF COURT ITEMS Hk AND LONDON CLUB GOSSIP. HKI Anecn Victoria Decline to Open Parliament kT When It Next Meets Toe Prince of Wales K Ootm ShaeUlnsj In tho Windsor Great Park KjT Greece' Fntnro Kins' to Marry One or Hfr'' the Toudb Brlneesses of Wale. V'f CwyrtgM, 1967. ty I tym JtUtMmg Company (A' Kw ror trorid). Rrn tmctu oibix ourxTcn to ma vtobld. BP' London, Deo. S7. Tho Qaeon after all lius do- Hfj' dded not to came to London at tne commencement Hv$ of the (session, to Parliament will be opened on Kf Thursday, the Btn February, by a royal commuv k fdon. Bf The Prtnoe ol Walos will, tho week after next, bo R' the guest of Prlnoe and Princess Christian, at Cnm- Wr" berland Lodge, and H. It, IL li to have two days' Et. corer shooting In Windsor Groat Tars:. Tnol'rlnco Kj!1 of Wales will entertain bocccaiIto parties at Sand- Kk, Tingham from Friday next till Monday week, when K n. IL II. comet up to llarlborongh Home, lie l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

JuiaLoT jHf "1" r5 . LAST ;9 PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENTJ fli READING MEN OUT AGAIN. PORT RICHMOND MEN BEGIN TO BIDE TRACK TUB TRAINS. Borne of the Employers Very nilter Becnnae Bo Many or "Their Number Were III, charged-Chairman Lee Condemned Ills Claim that the C'ompnny Did Not Act In Good Falth-Indlsnnnt Official Denial. ImOUL TO XltEWOBt.D.1 VmiA.va.vmk, Deo. 28. Thoro is a deal of uncertainty regarding the settlement of tho strike on tbo Heading system. Somo of tho men aro very bitter this morn, ing bocauso so many of their number woro discharged, and it would not bo surprising if an attempt woro made to resume tho strike John It. Leo, Chairman of the Exeeutive Committee of the railroadors, comes in for his sharo of condemnation, but 1 ho claims tho company acted in bad faith, and after reaching Pottsvillo yesterday ho sent tolegrams to all tho assemblies to re now bostilitios. How generally his instru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

Hp'' THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28, 1887. m THE WOULD. HP ' L WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28. HP KT svjJScnzrTioN to mis trnatisa BvT EDITION (Including Postage), Kf TSRUONTB, 30c tPXB TEAR, $3. BO. HBi 1 HI THE NOVEMBER RECORD. b Tetm nsnber of "Worlds" printed daring Hf tho Month of Novembers 1887s K 8,505,840. BV AVERAGE ryi DAY FOR TnK ENTIRE K 283,528 COPIES. KT SO VBHBBn CIECULA T10X during the past Kx H- vers comparcat Hhi JfonHilf Pall) Hi fbtal. wtsra?. ri D43,H01 31,409 Bf MM 1,301,070 45,389 Kj 2a 3,848,834 328,10 K- iMA" 4,048,453 104,048 KS, M0 0,107,490 903,880 p w 8,505,840 283,528 HI OPEN TO ALL. HEf- Tho New York "World" Invito every Wc Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Rt to examine Its Books and Press Room to Rp' Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. Hf ADVERTISING RATES. H , (Acuta Measurement.) BtjiL' Ordinary, ZS cent per line. No eitr pries for ae- Hw? ctptabls display. Business or Special Notices, opposite M3ft kTcilcrlal pace. 60 rente p...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

CHRISTMAS WEEK DANCES. A DOUBLE ENTERTAINMENT GIYEN BY NATIONAL GUARDSMEN. flllnatrelav and Comedy by Company II, Twelfth itcglment Afterword IConpIr Whirl (Iter tho Ilaltroom- Neighbor from IHoomlngilnlo Farm nn Aeaodntlou nod Have n Merry Reception. Boldiors with their wives, Bweotheartsor slit ;rs, besides a great many other guosts, assemblod in the Lotington Avonuo Opera Houeo Inst ovoning at tho fourth annual en tertainment and rooeption of Company D, Twelfth Regiment, Notional Guard. Tho ball was decorated with bunting and flowors. Tho entertainment began with a minstrel performance by membors of tho company, which was very good, tho singing of Mossrs, Robert MoKoon and Robert Webb dosorving special mention, Walter S. Trigg was tambo; Ed. J. Bennett, bones, and T. Kennedy, in tcrlocutor. Tho other performers were John J. Early and Ed. L. Murphy. After some selections by Alex. J. Brown, the humorist, nn act from ' ' Mikado " was givon by Mrs. Lou A. Mooro as Yum Yum, Miss Fanni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 28 December 1887

flpf 4 THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28, 1887.T if HOWLS FROM TWO SOURCES. BOTH MR. KANDOLPITS BIO DOG AND A Mfvi' "COMMITTEE" HEARD FROM. BBBsnuL - tThs Committee Makes Innumerable Anony. nom Complaints Without Much Hoccrsa A Reporter' Experience In Hunting for Ilia Hoc Home Oood Advice for tbo , . Future Guidance of tlie Committee. Si K?i?- r nt editor o n worut Hf: It seems tbat we cauiiot Ret any nnlsinco absted E33 lnNewYork without the aid of Iho press. We WviT" therefore appeal to too. to call the attention of the HrAr authorUlea to the howling of a very large dog In Wjff.J Weat Twenty-second street. We hare complained frr to the Captain of Ihe precinct, the Superintendent of 1'ollce, Police Commissioners, the Major, and Ejv lastly to the Hoard of Health without effect. Wo HE? arc a oomrnluce of the rcaldcnta of the block ES bounded by Sixth and Seventh avenues, and thla sa', dog annoys the entire equate, rieaaa advlte us. mtaii Bespectfully, Tin COMMITTEE. H& . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 December 1887

jIbih 1 1 aH 30'nT.OfTK Wr w. I O n'fT OPTT I :S . EDITION. I llifC SW$f IP. EDITION. J 1 ' ' ' HI PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT; H . . . . kT&B PAINTING THE TOWN RED. A WESTERN YISITOR GETTING IN FINE WORK ON rEOPLL'S NOSES. Tne Mlzzard Arrive on Time and Take Possession of the Town Without. Delay Jlndnut'K Bhnmetcss Thermometer Real- ' tor 2 Oesrre Above Zero a. a fitnrter The Temperature In Other Place. Tliowoatlior flend with bis "Is It cold enough for you 7" will have an excellent field to work in to-day, and unless ho freezes k to doath, will hare a similar field to-morrow. The blizzard that left its home away out on the edge of Western civilization has reached this city and has come to stay, for a few days at least. It came right along, too, not stop ping at any way stations. Last night tho late pedestrians mot it, and to-day all New York has had the pleasure of its acquaintance. Tho temperature in ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 December 1887

K 2 TnE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21), 1887. H THE WO RLDi Bp 'JHukiiortirritrvlUtnln$'Ca. K , THURSDAY EVENINO, DECEMBER 29. Hf BVBBcniPTXoir xo tub xtskiso B EDITION (Including Tottage), Si rsnupNTn, soe, trsn vsA.it, $3.BQ. Wi THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Kj Total number or "Worlds" printed during B$ the month or November, 188T, , 8,505,840. jS AVERAGE PER SAY FOB TUB ENTIRE L J10NTU, P 283,528 COPIES. Ban xomknsn circulation dunw th pan u 7K Veart compared: Jfmlf Daffy .djj , Total. Uttrmgt. J 3889 943,801 81,409 8, 3883. 2,902,079 48,380 m 3884.,,,, ,, 0,848,834 398,194 & 3888 4,948,433 304,948 W 3880 0,107,490 908,880 j, 38ar 8,505,840 283,528 i, OPEN TO ALL. m Tho Now York "World" Invites every jw Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser x td examine Itt Books and Press Room to It Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. m ADVKUTI8ING RATES. JlP (AgaU Muiunint.) (M .Citllnirr. 80 Mat dm 11ns, Ifo eitrs pries for ae ijjp erptabl display. BustnaasprBpacUl Notion, npposlts m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 December 1887

. THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1887: 3 1'''H i HOLIDAY , MERRY - MAKING. FBENC1I CANADIAN AMATEURS BRING ODT A PATRIOTIC DRAMA. tea Vengeance nt the Lexington Ave nne Opern.IIouae Dancing After the riciy Tanirannr IU1I Thronged Willi the 1'rlends of linnlel F. McUllllcnddy-Kn. , trrlnlnrnent by Clrrmeineon the Est Hide. i ' i L'Union Dramatiquo Canadicnne, which is composed of French Canadians living in this city, gavo its initial entertainment at tho Lexington Avenuo Opcra.House lost night. "Lcs Voiicoances." a Canadian historical 4 drama, was presented hy the members of tho i r society, who ure amateurs on tho stago, and .-; although tho cost includod an nnusully large number of persons it ran smoothly. Tho cast was as follows: Jean Lozet MM, Rossao dlt Lyonnals Toiikourou T. Dalilarceon Won o. o. v. ltoulleau , , Auirer KlzearDrolet ' FrancoW ltuzard Henry C. Gambler bliuou Langlols Joseph, Labclle Joson Vldat Alfred TUdello Pascal Uianchct K. Oalarneaa l'alon Anselm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 December 1887

WmC f V ' PgE WORLft? THURSDAY lWENINfl, hECEBEBEIt S9, 1887T ' r Hk AS FEROCIOUS AS A TIGER. Blf VINCENT VfOLLT STABBED BY AN INFDBI Hr , ITED BOSTON HUSBAND. KS& jjardan W. Richer Hetnrneil Home Karller Kpj than Canal, Found Ilia 'chamber Doer HjKg? Lockod, Dnrat It Open and niacoYrred Lw IF ,hnl ,,ld 8o,P,cloD r m Wife's Infidel. BJTw' If Were Jn.tlfled The Pair Terrified. BfB firreuL totiii wontD.l (Sir Boston, iDoc. 29. Jordnu f. IMchcy, of 00 RJfyfe Austin street, was brought into Station IS Bafepj shortly nfter 1 o'clock, this morning, on wlint KnW ""V oTontUftlly result lu n cliargo of murder. KKi lllchoy vns excited, find, in nnswor to tbo K IT? questions of tho Lleutoimnt In charge, tried BI&& to explain tho reftBon for his stabbing Vin- KsV, cent Yoilot nearly to death. kIU " Ho had been suspicions of lato that Violet HJK, was altogether too intimate -wit li his (lticli- SrSi1' oy's) wife, and so when ho went homo at an SKf"p 'w'T hourthls morninp, and found t...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 December 1887

I' !hbbbbbbbb1 fT""""" m naai a -. VBBBBBBBBBb! LAST l BMk &f9&AJb- LAST ; Xli JJ.L X IVJlN . yJP OW wlV ill JLJ1 JL 1UJN . M PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT; 'tH PERPLEXED EMPLOYEES. ; .I Threats of Another Strike on the ' Beading System, Convention of the Employees to Decide the Matter. An Offer tar.et the Joint Committee or miner Act na Mediators Everything De pend, on the Outcome of To-Nlghi'a Deliberation at Reading Chairman Lee Believes All Employees', Including; the Passenger Meu, Will be Ordered Out At Dlr. Corbln'a Offlce It I Bald that the Paaaenger Employee Hare Given Up Their Knlcbta of Labor Charter. farzcuL to thi wobld.1 Philadelphia, Dec, 39. The Roading situation is no loss complex to-day than yes. tcrdny. Everything hinges on the outcome of the negotiations between President Austin Corbin and Chairman Leo and tho result of the convention of employees which will be held at Beading to-nigh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 December 1887

MMsa-BsaM-iil- jfaair a 35?- fflff I ! ,.:iFiWHLiffiWEMI Bt BK Hf.' 9 TnE WORLD; THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1887. & Mi THE WORLD. H&T). jfsiseivesi . Hi? - THURSDAY EVENINO, DECEMBER 29. H$ SVBBCItZTTIOy TO XZT- JSYXtilXQ mt EDITION Including Postage), Hp$ rsBMoxrn, soc tPsn tear, $3.50. K: THE NOVEMBER RECORD. HPf' Total number of " Worlds" printed daring K.V tie month of November, 188T. W 3,505,840. nf' AVERAGE rER DAY FOH THE ENTIRE B& MONTU, m 283,528 COPIES. Kbjfijf,'" " ' ' Hf' XOrSJinnn CMCULATJOX during ttit past six Bj- fears compared! ' Monrhl, J)aVt HfiB fatal, atcaraffa. Hs?."' 043,801 ; 31,403 H i3 1,301,070 43,380 HttT 1884 3,843,834 138,104 . 4ff 4,048,483 104,048 : 2AS0 0,107,420 S0,1,BH0 &. 1887... 8,505,840 283,528 I' OPEN TO ALL. Kf ' The New York "World" Invites every Kf'f, Newspaper Proprietor nnd every Advertlter HrJ to examine Its Booki and Press Room to fL" Satisfy hlmsoll about Its Circulation. mm., p' ADVERTISING RATES. E?n. (Agate Measu...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 December 1887

aWia'S2ijyejQgiSjijyaise4jais .jj tsmA iiGaff!IcifisiPiB3nTxraiMAryjaa Jg3Bfft3BMHPBiHBB I THE WORLD: TTIURS DAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1887. 3. VflH I HOLIDAY MERRY-MAKING. HI W FRENOH CANADIAN AMATEUBS BRING OUT y A 1'ATRIOTIO DRAMA. lei Vengeances" nt tho Lexington Are. i nns Opcrn-IIouse Dnncln . After tha Piny Tnmrnnny Itall Thronged With the 1'rlend or Daniel V. McUllllcnddy Kn- ' tertalnment by Germans on the Knst Ride. I L'Unlon Dramatiquo Canadionno, which is composed of Fronch Canadians living in thii city, gavo its initial entertainment at tha Lexington Avonuo Opora-IIouso last night. "Lcs Vengeances," a Canadian historical drama, was presonted by tho members of tlio ! society, who are amateurs on tho stago, and although tho cast inolnded an uuusully largo number of persons it ran smoothly. Tha cast was as follows: Jean Lozet MM. Bossae dlt Lyonnala Tonkonrou T. ltaillargeon Won o. o. W. lloulleau Auger KitearDrolel Francois ltnzard Henry t.'. Oanthler filmoa Langlols Joie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 29 December 1887

BtBBtBBIIHtpitsw vfilWITffPf'SEiSMJIw WlivWJBWBwiEiMKnff!FwiBBIBBi R . " o 1 K .4 THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1887.1 J I Wt PAINTING THE TOWN RED. Hr A WESTERN VISITOR OETTINO IN FINE B9 ,- WORK ON MOTICS KOSEB. B(&' T'"' Dllcxnnt Arrlree on Tlmo and Taken KBR, l'oateselon of Iho Town Without Delay BjSL llndnnt'a filiametra Thermometer Regis- HnS (era 18 Degree Abore Zero ns n fttarter K$r& The Teinperutnre la Oilier 1'lncea. boShST Mm The weather fiend with his "Is it cold K' enongh for you ?" will liavo nn oxoollont Bra field to work lu to-day, and nnlou lio freezes MiM to denth, will hnvo a Bimllar field to-morrow. Stf Tho blizzard that left its homo nwny out on BuK the odgo of Western civilization has reached Kjfc this city nnd has como to stay, for a f ow days Eft; nt least. It came right alone, loo, not stop- Ejv ping at nny way stations. Bw ' Lost night the late pedestrians mot it, nnd K to-day nil Now York hns had tho pleasure of ERF its acquaintance. T...

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