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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 December 1887

' ' ' f I LA&T I (A Slfe, 913BMH& I LAST I 1 i edition. I liC .QwPflP. I edition. I i PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. ''9 COURTLANDT palmer angry . UE BATS THAT JUDGE BARRETT8 COURSE IN RESIGNING IS COWARDLY. An Earnest Defense of the Nineteenth Cen tury Club Member Not Hound by tbe Opinions xpresaed by Speaker. A LUt of Bnbjeet of Dlacunlon to Hhovr that tbe Association I. Not Frivolous. Mr, Courtlsndt Palmer was found this morning by a World reporter at hla resldenoe, No. 117 East Twenty-llrst street. He was sluing In the front room of the snlt In which the Nineteenth Century Club has so often dlscuasea leading questions of the day. " What do yon think of Judge Barrett's resigna tion from the club " the reporter asked. " I think Judgo Barrett's conrso Is cowardly! Yes," Mr. Palmer continued after a Moment's reflection, ' ' cowardly. He w,aa no more com mitted to my Ttews than he was to those of any memb...

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. — 19 December 1887

B 2 THE WORLD : MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19, 1887. I THE WOBLD. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19. gV svuBcitirxioii xo xjzjb jsmxxsa ijr r EDITION (Including Ptitagt), M $TZR MONTH, 30c, jPSH TSAR, $3.B0. W THE NOVEMBER RECORD. if it Total number of "Worlds" printed daring fig. (he month of November, 1SS7i I. 8,505,840. rftfc ATSRAOS TZa SAT FOB THE ENTIEE SV JstONTH, 283,528 COPIES. K jronun7it cutcuhiTionaunng a past ix R .Vtart compared: K jfontttr J'iv !(. IWal. atfsray flG 3889 043,801 31,409 W. 3883 3,301,070 43,380 MjW 3884 3,843,88 338,104 K 28 4,048,433 304,048 K' 3880 0,107,430 903,380 If' 3687. 8,505,840 283,528 B OPEN TO ALL. m Tha Now York "World" Invite every fj t Nowtpaper Proprietor and every Advertiser jfi? to examlno Its Bookt and Press Room to Ha Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. K. ADVERTISING RATES. Wer, (Asatai Hiinmani.1 K? rdtoary, 2ff esnta par list. No extra prlo for ae- BaSf, iepUbUdlsplsj. BusinsssorBpsclsl NoUom, opposlt Wfi&' jCdltctlsl pi 00 Moti p...

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. — 19 December 1887

'mm . THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19, 1887. 'M ' i i i .. - ,., ,-.. . i i i n m i ii i I, i .. i i. i, m , ui JjA(H THE GREAT SYNDICATE OF WHOLESALE CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS 1 "Wlll oF:r ct tlx store of JM A. H. KING & CO., I 637 AND 639 BROADWAY, W ON TUESDAY, DEC. 20, 1 ITIITTY THOTTSAJNTD DOLLARS' WOETH OH1 CLOTHING. 1 One of the firms who form the great CLOTHING SYNDICATE make a specialty of manufacturing FINE CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. ?H Their goods are known all over the country for superiority of finish and elegance of design. Retailers pay 15 to 525 per cent, higher prices "H for goods made by this house than for the productions of other manufacturers, because the firm name is a guarantee that every garment they H sell is of the latest and most original style and of the very best quality. This firm place $50,000.00 worth of their finest garments on our Wm tables to-day. We shall mark them at one-half the usual wholesale price in' order to make a grand suooess of -H TUE...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 19 December 1887

:' r 4: 1iM WORi5; MoNDArETgNlNG. DECEMBER 19. 188 ; RJJEIE&CO, Hf-li SUCCESSORS TO Hjf A. T. STEWART & CO. B&r (RETAIL). m SPECIAL BARGAINS K;' ron tub m. HOLIDAYS M EVERY DEPARTMENT. K 3,000 FINE FRENCH FANS, Hf" The latest styles and designs, Hv hand-palntod and embroldorod, Hi plain and feather-trimmod, K From $1.00 to $10 each, HpF 60 per oent. below regular prioes. HP 5,000 : FINE SILK UMBRELLAS, NATURAL AND FANCY HANDLES, B From S1.85 to $25.00 each. HI'1 ENGEAVING DONE FEEE, B 0,000 DOZEN M- FINE HANDKERCHIEFS H IN FANCY BOXES. K roa LADIES AND CHILDREN, H at 35c. to $4.50 por box. K; I ,ooo DOZEN Mm- FANCY HEMSTITCHED EMDHOIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS Bf at 12 l-2o, eaoh ; reduced from 25a GOO PIECES FINE FRENCH CAMEL'S HAIR CLOTH, H 42 Inches Wide, at 65c, Per Yard ; K; REDUCED FROM 8I.OO. iHI 6,000 : DRESS PATTERNS, K COTTON, COTTON AND WOOL, iK FINE ALL-WOOL SERGES, p CAMEL'S HAIR, FOULE r CLOTHS, CHEVIOTS, &o., K' at 95c. to $10.00 each. L ELEGANT HOLIDAY GOODS ...

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. — 20 December 1887

LAST sKlfc I?i&l1lpi. rr' . LAST" 1 PRICE ONE CENT. EVENTNG EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 120, 1837. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. .Jl FOX SAYS ADMW WON'T DO. . . - DEMANDING THAT SMITH AND KILBAIN FIQnT TO A FINISH. Cable DmpKtchei to Which Answer are Expected To-Nlsht Hulllvan 10 be Tac kled Next Whkln Six Month If Foulble ' Mr. Fox Delighted with Kllraln Con- gratulntlan From All Hide. Richard K. Fox, of the Police Oautte, is the happiest man in New York to-day, and if he I can arrange a fight to a finish between Kil rain and Sullivan his happiness will he com plete. Congratulatory messages wero pour ing in on him all day. Hero are a few of them : Manchester, England, Dec. so. Jttchara K. Fox: Congratulation!. Good for Jake. I am de lighted. Who was George Washington. John M. Bdbkx. Mrs. Jako Eilrain telegraphs from Now Bedford ! Uecelved your messaee. Was about crazy from reports. Thank for kindness, " Parson " Charles E. Davis from Chicago pays: Accept my congratu...

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. — 20 December 1887

Ki , "S THE WORLD ; TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1887. ' K; THE WOULD. HHP TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20. HV' Hp4, ,. BVBBcniruox xo ins btzxiko Bu f ItniTloy (Including Tettagt), B PER itOSTU, 30c. ; PER TEAR, $3,60. B THE NOVEMBER RECORD. K Ky Total number of " World" printed daring Ev the month of November, 1887, - 8,505,840. Hr AVEHAQE rK SAT FOlt THE ENTIRE B. MONTH, I 283,528 COPIES. P XOrSVDBR CIRCULATION Curing the patt six Vt vtart compart a: Kfy JaVinrMy Patty HKy JWlf, Attragf, g 1883 043,801 31,403 Br 3883 1,301,070 4B,380 BfA 3884 3,843,834 138,104 HF:i -So" 4,048,433 104,048 Ki ' JMO 0,107,430 303,080 H;. w 8,505,840 283,528 k OPEN TO ALL. Kh ThB New York "World" Invito every Hv- Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Kt to examine Its Books and Press Room to B'1 Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. V t KBtJ advertising rates. Hrf' (Arate Measurement.) B Ordlnarr. Mernta per line. No extra prloe for to. Bf-"' ttptable display; Business or Special Nolle., oppo.lt H...

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. — 20 December 1887

THE WORLD? TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1887.' ft Jfl DIDSARAnCItB THE SCENE? HIE SUSPICION FELT BY MADKIOB BAERI MORH ABOUT JIME. BERNHARDT. A Cllmmx In "l,a Tosca" tlio Name a One 1 In Nndjcsdn.," the Manuscript of Which Wm HhoWn to Dime. Hernhardt tjteelo Alackoye's Heuearsnls Chicago to Wei. como " The llcauiu Kerne's Plans. Cffc y7tH P nn extremely cm-ftW-7 ffqll J phntio and apparently K rtt Ttvrv Woll-Crondea nature vl ' jfr'Alu e K"ovnlico which- iWFYA V ?mIcts Maurico Harry. KUiw!V',mor0, II ia a wel1- &LyMr known fact among silj )J)7Il i i TffS managers who havo fffltMlUlllliMl lilii 'J0CU couuectcd for WiwfflUiuuSr 'e P"8 year FfflTt"! JN Maurico Barrymoro, SsJLVy'vjSgi' Mine. Modjeska and VVItyL.siHtV"' mo Sarah Bom WliWftJPB ardt "mt Bomo timo I ' lv (Jl BW B r" Barrymoro IV'AwBaV unnt'edtho manuscript 1tvI'P!t ofnu'ny that ho had I 'ilia ?vYl vA written to Mine. Bern hardt, with tho request that sho read it. Mmo. Bernhardt, it U said, kept tho play for more than 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. — 20 December 1887

IKvy. .f THE WORLD TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1887.' E.J. UENNINtl & CO.. Hy 8UCCESHOK8 TO HK't: A. T. STEWART & CO. Hf ESTHADRD1HARY BARB11HS : IN FINE ORIENTAL RUGS, K UPHOLSTERY GOODS FURNITURE. E 200 PAIRS IMPORTED - CHENILLE PORTIERE CURTAINS Hy at SI 1.50 per pair; Hp' REDUCED FROM $15.00. Hl 1,500 ORIENTAL W BUGS AND MATS, HU the finest assortod solootion HHf of ANTIQUES thoy have over K received, comprising silky K Bokharas and Kozaks ; also B' Shlrvalmns, DaRbestans,Au- H atolias and Persians, with an B', exquisite lustre, and atlmi- Kk' , rably adapted to Divan or H'V Furniture drapinir. Also an HEy immense variety in attract- Kf ive sizes of recent produc- B$ tion. H; Ml of which are offered at HjT prices much below first cost. M USEFUL HOLIDAY GIFTS. f FINE FURNITUE. Hf,' A large variety of artis- Hef tie Writing: Desks, Tables, Hrc Chairs, Music Cabinets, Book H) Oases, Shaving Stands, Chif- Hf fonnieres, Sideboards, Ex- Hf tension Tables, Brass Bed- Rlf stea...

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. — 20 December 1887

aA'fT OfTT Kr ' A A9NT ArM17 i 'X&IH V VJL4JIJjL - JSZS W ?0 ifft. .err, -i i' W Ik ilULUuK wHIH ) EDITION. HIM Wim&Siw Cfflllirtrffl EDITION ;H PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER. 20, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. IM F0XSAYSADMWYVCTD0. DEMANDING TIIAT BMITU AND KILBAlJf FIGHT TO A FINISH. Coble Despatches la Which Answers nro Expected To-Nlaht Hulltvan to bo Tac kled Next Wtlhln Hlx Montlm If Ponslblo Mr. Fax Delighted with Ullraln Con gratalnttona From All Hide. Richard K. Fox, of the Police Gaztttr, is tho happiest man in Now York to-day, and if he can arrange a fight to a finish between Kll rain and Sullivan his happiness will ha com plete. Congratulatory messages wore pour ing in on him all day. Hero are a few of them: Manchester, England, Deo. 20. Blctiara ft". Foil Congratulations. Good (or Jake. I am do llghted. Who was Oeorgo Washington. John M. IIubeb. Mrs. Jake Kilrain telegraphs from Now Bedford : If colvcil your messave. Waa ab...

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. — 20 December 1887

y;rS V ' THE WORXP . TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1887. . I HpHE' WOULD. Kf ' El. TUESDAY EVENINQ, DECEMBER 20. at& BtTBBCitzrxiox to thh snaasa WkW- JCDITIOlf (Including rottagt), mt. rzxuoNTii, 30c tpsn tkar, $3.bo. m ' H THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Total nnmber of "Votlil" printed during fe; the month of November, 188T. I 8,505,840. W AVERAGE PER DAT 01t TUB ENTHIB M MONTH, 283,528 COPIES. 3 XOmvnBn CIRCULATION Curing thtptutiix Ht' Vtar I compared: Sit'0 Tittntt Awtragtt mffl 3889 043,801 31,400 B&IL'8 1,301,070 4B,38D mW 34 3,840)834 1S8,104 Kj 3Sff 4,048,43.1 104,048 WJM- 1880 0,107, 4 JO 303,1180 Blsr. 8,505,840 283,528 K OPEN TO ALL. II Tho Now York "World" Invltei every Kje- Nowtpaper Proprietor and every Advertlter EP to examine Its Books and Prois Room to BL Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. J!,; ADVERTISING RATES. rtYf, (liiUHnnmnnit,) Wmi Orttoiry, 25 end par lint. No tr prloa for so- k etptable display. Bnilneea or Special Notice. oppo.ll. ;' Editorial pi(f. 00 ...

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. — 20 December 1887

f THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1887. f 11 DID SARAH CRIB TIIR SCENE t ri the SUSPICION FELT BY MAURICE BAKBI ;A MORE ABOUT HUE BEBNIIARDT. S X Climax In "la Toaca'' the Rime a One In " Noiljf iila," tho Manuscript of Which J Waa Hlimrn la Dime. Ilernhnrdt Htccle ; fllBckaye' llclicaraale Chicago lo Wei. come "The llegura " Kccne'e Finn. jiiVs Jjl IVH7W1. nn oxtrcmely cm- lW-"V GjMttjl'hatlo nnd apparently j( ""nfi MuJr well-grounded nature '. I 1 1 jsjiflJ&lVX "B tuo Br,0Vfince which ' Ml lWVl V nffllcts Mourlco Barry. R V l)i)Pr TflN more It is a well. ft? VyuWk known fact among JuwUfl III llT milnOBors who havo FIlTnwflllll lllll))l); oeu conQ0cted for jjl Mw)Jilillufit l P08' ycar w't"1 irTTtTtnl i w "f; Maurico Burrymoro, W?)Vfe jbc?5' mo- Modjeska and 4BVil fciBV- Mine. Sarah Bern- mii'JlaSKt uardt mt Rm timo fW AKj ar"sWA BRO Mr. Barrymore Wy 'JtVeB- handed tho manuRcript jfclX yWlw of a play that ho had 5r liJlllli isTl vA written to Mmo. Born. liarilt, with t...

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. — 20 December 1887

K3T' "' " " THEVORLD! TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1887.' I E. J. 111! & CO., B&?r ' SUCCESSORS TO Hi A. T. STEWART & CO. Bjjff, (RETAIL), M EXTRA0RDIH1RY BARGAINS B; . IN FINE ORIENTAL RUGS, B UPHOLSTERY GOODS K FURNITURE. K 200 PAIRS IMPORTED K OKEHILLE PORTIERE CURTAINS Hk' at SI 1.50 per pair; Bf BEDUCED FROM $15.00. K fi,500 ORIENTAL H; BUGS MD MATS, HKj& tho finest assorted selection Hff of ANTIQUES they havo ever frx received, comprising silky HKtj' Bokljaras and Kozalcs ; also Hf Sblrvahans, DaghestanB.An- E atolias and Persians, with an K - exquisite lustre, and admi- BPV rably adapted to Divan or HpU Furniture draping. Also an r Immense variety in attraot- K-f lve sizes of recent produc- KV ' tiou. Rt XL of which are offered at K. prices -much below first cost. B USEFUL HOLIDAY GIFTS. m FINE FURNITUE. Kv A large variety of artis- HKj tio Writing Desks, Tables, Bk Chairs, Music Cabinets, Book Bf ' Cases, Shaving Stands, Chif- R fonnieros, Sideboards, Ex- Ef...

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. — 20 December 1887

5'OI'OCK .v "liSk ' " I 5 O'CLOCK 1 Ji.Lll. W'W" VMgMMMtffl& SW'V'W JuJLXXYiA. M PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT.' H THE BIG 11AFT LOST AT SEA. IT BROKE LOOSE FROM THE STEAMEK MIRANDA IN A HEAVY GALE. A Heavy Flftcon-Incli Hlrcl Hawser Farted' I Mke n Piece or Twine l'nrt of llio Hlpninrr'n Mulwark Torn Out br tlio Ilrrnklnt; of n. Second Hawser Tho ltnft Lost hlxty nillm Oil lllock Island. Tlio stenmor Miranda came into Wliitcstono (bis morning and reported tbnt thomntnmotli i ID0.000 timber rnft 'which bIio had in tow had broken looso on tlio may from Nova Scotia and was irrctrio ably lost. Capt. II. G. Lcseman, in command of the i Miranda, makes the following Mntoincnt : "We left Port Joggins, N. H., on Deo. 9 with tho raft in tow. The raft w as attached to tbo steamer by two steol wiro hawsors, each 010 feet long, ono fifteen-inch and tbo other ten-inch. Tho timbors of tho raft were bound together by Btou...

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. — 20 December 1887

BR TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2a f1 BRf BVBBOXXTXXOX TO TJUS XTXS1SQ HrV ' JSDXTIOIT ( Including Fottagt), HP T KB MONTH, 30c ITER YEAR, $3.S0. Bf THE NOVEMBER RECORD. H i Total Bomber of " VVorMi prjnted daring Kv' snoBtli of NoTmber, 1887! f 8.505,840. Bur atziUlGB ran sat for tub kutuuj V MONTH, K 283.528 COPIES. HL sorximxn CIRCULATION CurinotTitxxutrtZ Ei ar compared H. JfoalMr .D'ttf BBHj IVUI. Jural,. fr X88.. 043,80t 31,409 2a.. 1,301,070 48J8D 2IM.... 8,848,83 3X8,104 fk. 3ff.... 4,048,483 304,048 Hjj 6X..., 8,505,840 283,528 Hr OPEN TO ALL. Hfe" Tho Now York "World" Invites every HjL Newspaper Proprietor and overy Advertiser HRl to examine Its Books and Pross Room to pKf Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. H! ADVERTISING RATES. BBL.' CrdmsJT. SI osnU P" "" No ltn Prto. '" K tsptablsdUpU. BnsinMS or S jwclsl Notlees, epposlt HmBw, 'Jtdltmtsl P(. OO cents per lins. Readies NoUms, n'''. tamdenuktd "Adrt."l tint ps, 81.00 pel BY.: lias i Starts paa. 81.80 per llnei Inslds pa...

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. — 20 December 1887

THE STISnOION FELT BT MAUEIOB BABRIr HORH ABOUT HUE BERNHARDT. X Climax In "Zia Toaea" the Hume u On In "Nadjesda," the Mannserlpt of Which i Was Shown to Dime. Bernhardt titeela ) fllncUaye'n llehearsalg Ghleasjo to Wcl. coma "The Denn Keenes Flans. (ftjslj (JHfrt 5" extremely em. V&'y T7TQ1 J pnat' "" apparently Satf Kft&Urv well-Brounded nature V1 1 1 ' 1 1 HnKlW ' k grievanco which v 1 1 irSwM V Bct Mnnrico Barry. Q rV VsSS 'mown foc among XflTjll fYtf5 managers who havo MlTOV(l((llfllll)Jttloon connoctd for 1 1 iSssSXij-fiy 0 pMt ycar 'w ligyyTTp Manrlco Barrymoro, )8sJ3VJL"'iKi' Mme. Modjeska and Jfcll'fljKftrJ Mmo. Sarah Born. ( IVnHKlV kardt n0v somo time I ll rW il JlsPBlW K' r Barrymoro ftvfl JifnK handed tho manuscript JK yPNBKMA of a play that ho had " lijltlil ill vA written to Mme. Born. J hardt, with tho request that she read it. Mme. Bernhardt, it is Bald, kept tho play for " moro than a year. At hor last appcaranco in this country, at amatlnco at tho Star Th...

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. — 20 December 1887

.WlP'Wii TUMI a, E, ? BDccKasoas TO Kl A. Tw STEWART & CO. W (IIKTAIL). ; EKTRIORDIHIRy BARGAINS B IN FINE ORIENTAL RUGS, K UPHOLSTERY GOODS RP' and FURNITURE. BBLHtv K 200 PAIRS IMPORTED " T CHENILLE PORTIERE CURTAINS K at SI 1.50 per pair; E. REDUCED FK03I $15.00. R 1.500 ORIENTAL H RUGS AND MATS, HL tho finest assorted selection R' " of ANTIQUES they have ever Br? received, comprising' silky n Bokharas and Kozuks ; also Bi Shirvahans, Dajrliostans.Aii- KL atolias and I'orsians.with an Hpf exquisite lustre, and admi- B; rably adapted to Divan or K' Fari'ituro drapintr. Also an Hf immense variety in attract- Hk ive sizes of recent produc HP1. All of which arc offered at K' prtccH much below first cost. USEFUL HOLIDAY GIFTS, fine furnitije H A lnrgo variety of artis K, ' tie Writing Desks, Tables, B-i Chairs Music Cabinets, Book Kf Cases, Slnivlnfr Stands, Chif- K fonnieros. Sideboards, Ex- H-' tension Tables, Brass Bed- 1 steads; also Oak, Mahogany, K and Chorry Bedroom Suits, ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 December 1887

1 WWp I 3 O'CLOCK I mgf lfe Yjfc 3 O'CLOCK if 1 EDITION (Pi ItlH iral OffllLfflflWlf LM "ET5TTTOTM W I aaaBltBw aaata sfj aaata 7 A O VralaMMr VfiaT S VlMll WiWimiMJula- ff XWtTOUl 'oWf J Tlk fv5sij4ifY&' cCr V VW'v3 .k V aamLaeslasateaaL MM Jcaa' aJLI JH PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION, NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1887. EVENING EDITION PRICE ONE CENT.' 18 SOKE THAT HE IS COHNFELD. THUABSCONDINQ MEEOHANrS CREDITORS LOCATE MM IN CANADA. The Itlritcrlou Man Hoffman, Who Tried to Hell 830,000 Worth or Government I Honda In Detroit, Iilcntlned n .Isidor Cohnfcld Some or HI Creditor Recking to Havo the Dond Attached py Telegraph. It bas been established to tho Batlsfactton of Isidor Cohnfeld's creditors in this city that tho man calling himself Hoffman, who yesterday sont a woman over the Canadian border to Detroit to soil $39,000 worth of United States bonds, is nono other than the absconding morchant. This morning Blumpustiel & Hirsch, re Vrcsonting several largo creditor...

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. — 21 December 1887

HL'il THfi WORLD t WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21, 1887. K?THE WORLD. HHiT" IHIi f4tp at frtHDiUMtng Ct. SBnvnviBBK,'' HkU' WEDNESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 2 1. HP Kp' BVBBCRXrilOlT XO TUB ETHN1NO BLj,V.J' EDITION ( Including Poitagt), HK TltXOJTTJT, 80c ;FSIt YEAR, $3.50. K'2 THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Hp Total namber or " World printed during K- the mantis or November, 188T, Br 8,505,840. B' AVERAGE FEB OAT FOR THK ENTniE Hfct. MONTH, I' 283,528 COPIES. Kq KOrXUDER C1RCULAT10X during tne pott til WW Vtart compart as HBJk1. Monthly Dalit Hrt- -M 043,801 31,403 B ' 28S3 3,301,070 40,380 B, SSSat 3,840,33 398,104 Hr'tt 38sff 4,048,4B3 304,048 HV'' 3SS0..... 0,107,430 S03,BBO K!, war 8,505,840 283,528 K' OPEN TO ALL. H.' . The"Nw York "World" Invito every Hfr' Vewipaper Proprlotor and every Advertiser Hfo to examine Its Books and Press Room to Hn, . Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. Htf Kf - ADVERTISING RATES. Ep (Aaat Measurement.) K; Ordinary, 25 etnU pr lino. Ha eitr pile for so- Ht etpt...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 December 1887

r ., TTHETWORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21, 18B7. 31 B BRIEF GLIMPSES AT SOCIETY. WllE 0AIET1E8 FOR THE PEE8ENT TE1B NEARLY AT AN END. re Rewtuid Mr. William II. Cooke to Giro n Reception and Dance thli Creoles to Jnlrodnce Tlielr Daaabler Mr. Marsh and Alias llnwley to be fllnrrtcd on Jan 12 TwoDnnccs at the Murray Hill Hotel oil A-J EAUIiY nil of Decern. WBBln Jnnuary will bring lRf(&l iHWl w'"1 " Quito a number Rl jl firlv fcjMfTl Tho Bov. and Mrs. V rtmpHPl "wl,llam H- Cooko, J kykwSlS WU b'vo reception 'ljvjlvn nut dance this otou. I &A. wi y 'UB nt tuc'r home, 280 AtJ7 yrf"Wost Fifty - second ViftWRr S stroot, to introduces H pTk J1- V their daughter, Miss 8( v)l "-s. . Coolco. Tho house NBV td" k handsomely tfjjy3Byt4yv flocoratod with exotic " si' plnnts nnd cut flow ers. Miss Ferris will assist in receiving. Tho ddbutanto will wear roso French faillo, with ovcrdraperics of hand-cmbroidcrod loco aud bIcotoIoss V corsage. Mrs. Cooko will ro ceivo in heavy black s...

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. — 21 December 1887

P.ji,' ' THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21 1887: HTO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW., I ;.. A. H. KING & CO., i i: 627 AND 629 BROADWAY, j He . UNITED KT' 1 T Xl. ! I A Syndicate of American Manufacturers' I THREE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND j I AMERICAN DOLLARS, B WILL POSITIVELY SACRIFICE, WITHOUT RESERVE, I TO-MORROW. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, FROM 9 I M. UNTIL 10 P. M., if. Their entire magnificent stock of Clothing including a Special Consignment of $100,000 worth of goods from the great " WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS' Bf SYNDICATE," consisting of superfine Tailor Blade Suits and Overcoats, out in the latest " Broadway " style and made from superb imported suitings If and overcoatings to sell at $30.00, $40.00 and $50.00. To-morrow every garment in the establishment will positively be sold at 1 FIFTEEN DOLLARS. FIFTEEN DOLLARS. Ha THE FINANCIAL STANDING, COMMERCIAL CREDIT and READ I HIS GUARANTEE ! THE REPUTATION OF A. H. KING & CO. FOR ALWAYS ful- $, ...

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