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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 December 1887

. f - n vw?., im Li AST rWk,A zSlllfJllSk fSStii jtotoML&ik LAST EDITION QLUlC iSW, 'fl:linXlll ErilTTOW -3B &; ' " ' ' . . ' . , gs . H PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1887. EVENING EDITION. ' PRICE ONE CENT' rf$M SURE THAT HE IS COHNFELD. TI1K ABSCONDING MER0UANT3 CREDITORS ' LOCATE mil IN CANADA. Too Mysterious. Mnn IIolTinnn, Who Tried to Sell 830,000 Worth or Government Honda In Unroll, Identified n Isidor Colinrcld Some of III Creditor Recking to Have the Obndi Attached by Telearnph. B lias been established to tbo satisfaction of Isidor Cobnfold's creditors in tbls city that tbo man calling himself Hoffman, who yesterday sent n woman over tbo Canadian border to Detroit to sell $39,000 worth of United States bonds, is nono other than tbo absconding merchant. This morning Blumcnstiel & Hirsch, re presenting several large creditors of Cohn feld, telegraphed to a lawyer in Windsor, Ont., who wont to tbo Crawford House, talked with 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. — 21 December 1887

BBf ,vv "'-" - -1 H JVv THE WORLD : WEDNEJSDlY ISVfiNING, DECEMBER 21, 1887 r HI THE WO ELI). HHBHR) " P ''; WEDNESDAY EVENINQ DECEMBER 21. V CB5Czrxro.T to xztB xrjsmjta K'JV y MDXXXOlf (Including Pottage), HL d-M uosrn, 30c ;psn yxaji, $s.KO. gf Mr- " B!' THE NOVEMBER RECORD. , '! " Total number orWorlda" printed dart.; K' yf monlh of November, 1887. Ht'v 8,505,840. K.' AVERAGB FES DAT FOR THE ENTIRE Hp Jtowrn, B 283,528 COPOES. l'" BB'j'i ffOVZXBSn CIRCULATION awing the past six BW'' r imfr ,I.(lK BHHE rblel. Straps. iiB: '? 3883 043,801 31,402 r- .)?S 1,301,070 4BJ80 B,' JS04 3,848,834 1X8,104 Sh' ...... 4,048,433 104,048 K 'i iS8 0,107,420 03,S80 H;l 8,505,840 283.528 Kt OPEN TO ALL. K&. Rp" TTi N York "World" Invites every Rf'V Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser HU? to examine Its Books and Press Room "to K- liv Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. HK' ADVERTISING RATES. ' BHHg sjfc (Agate UiunmnnO BHHKf'? OrflMlT, 25 cents per lint. Ho extra pile for ae- BBBBk'' ...

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. — 21 December 1887

f . . 'THE W0R1B1 TrEDNESDAYlEVENlNG, DECEMBER 21, 1887. 9 MI ' BRIEF GLIMPSES AT SOCIETY. I TUB GAIETIEB FOB THE PBEBEKI YEAR HEAELY AT AN END. T1 Her. and Mr. William n. Cook to GIt I a Reception and Dance thl Brenlns to I Introduce Their Daughter Mr. Olanb and ML. Harrier to be Married on Jan 18 Tvro Dance, at the Murray Hill Hotel SXk A 1 EA11LY nil of Decern- TfuHncnd. Tho first Meek srs U BkJHH n January -will bring 1 Rfttfl 1 Hmi ' " 1u"on Htunber til It BRk. fJt'l'fl Tho Rov. nnd Mrs. 1 iF'JfHSI William n. Oooko J JnL&'N&' w"l bIto & reception "JVAIvn tm nnce is oven. IflJAk (wi lug nt their home, 230 iMkTtflr v WcBt rity 60C0ud 3Vjl? . street, to introduce H ffiTk L- Vthoir daughter, Miss Bf '..i - ' Oooko. Tho houso I vsH IJ will be handsomely flyaBTWWV.docoratod with oxotio ,C yl' plants and cut flow ers. Miss Ferris will assist in rocoivlng. The dtfbutanto will wear roso French faillo, with OTcrdraporios of hand-embroidered laco and ploovoloss Vcbrsago. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 December 1887

KIPJ :X' . teEWOKLPt DNESPXYEENIgrQ, DECEMBER 21, 1897: , f" p. TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. TO-MORRfW. TO-MORROW. I , A. H. KING & CO., ( I 627 AND 629 BROADWAY, i ' LEADING AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, f Bt XJ KT I T 353S 13 "W IT3EI I A Syndicate of American Manufacturers I, -A.3XTI3 DS J&.0 3ES. 3E3 13 33 "'ST ( I THREE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND I AMERICAN DOLLARS, W WILL POSITIVELY SACRIFICE, WITHOUT RESERVE, I TO-MORROW. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 10 P. M., Hf Tlieir entire magnificent stock of Clothing including a Special Consignment of $100,000 worth of goods from the great " WHOLES AlLE CLOTHIERS' m' SYNDICATE," consisting of superfine Tailor Made Suits and Overcoats, cut in the latest ' Broadway " style and made from superb imported suitings , H and overcoatings to sell at $30.00, $40.00 and $50.00. To-morrow every garment in the establishment will positively be sold at m- FIFTEEN DOLLARS. FIFTEEN DOLLARS. B: I THE FINANCIAL STANDING, COMMERCIAL CREDI...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 December 1887

I I 5 O'CLOCK .fe: y vv ( 5 O'CLOCK II - ' " ' . - . - , t -nB PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT.1 JM SURE THAT HE IS COIINFELD. THE ABSCONDING MEROIUNrS CREDITORS LOCATE HIM IN CANADA. Tk ft1ytrtou Man Hoffman, Who Tried la Hall 980.000 Worth of Government Hond In Detroit, (ilonllneil n Inlilor t'ohufelit Soiiio of III Creditor Hrclilliff to II arc ie UoutW Atlnchcd by Telegraph. It has been established to tho satisfaction of Isldor Cobufold's croditors iu tills aity that the man calling himself Hoffman, who yesterday sont a woman over tho Canadian border to Detroit to soil $39,000 worth of United States bonds, is nouo other than the absconding merchant. . This morning Blumcnsticl & Hirscb, re- i presenting soveral largo creditors of Colin- tu feld, telegrnpbod to o lawyer in Windsor, Ont., whp went to tho Crawford IIouso, talked with tho so-called Iloffinan, and wirod baok this description of tho man : " Ab...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 December 1887

BPffiBR ., : " "..- ... .THE WORLD f. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21. 1887. ksssar.Mi ' ' ' ' r ' ' ' ; - . u n ! - EHE WOEID. & & WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 21. B exwBosirxxojr xo the xrsniro Hp JSDXXZOIT (Including Toitagt), mL JPXtt MONTH, 80c tPEIl TJCAJl, $3.80. If THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Blft Total smmber f " Worlds" printed dnrtnff bC, (bo mernth f November, I88T1 P ' 8,505,840. ML AVEEAGE TSR SAY FOR THB SOTIHE I.'' HONTD, R- 283,528 COPIES. IC SOrJUtimn CIRCULATION during U vast ttz- ft, iww comjKzrsdf MR, JfMMtr Btllf Klffi fttel. Attrai: 1W Mltm...HnM 043,803 81,409 KJK. MM 1,301,070 4B,3tlO Vjtfte ' 3884 8,848,834 , 398,104 rW, 2888 4,048,488 304,048 b 3880 0,107,490 908,880 W liar. 8,505,840 283,528 H OPEN TO ALL. uW t W ThB Now York "World" Invites every M Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser yK'- to examine Its Books and Preis Room to JJ Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. M. ADVERTISING RATES. X' (AcaU Measurement.) 2, Ordinary, S5 eents pr Una. Wo rtr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 December 1887

9P WkB THE WOULD WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 91, 1887, ' 'LIM RffiTGLiMPSES AT SOCIETY. IjBB GAIETIES FOB THB PBESBKJ 'MAE HEABLY AT AK END. I tjrh'RT. and Mr. William n. Cook too tr neeeptlon and Dance thli Brenlna to Jntrodaoe Their Daughter Itlr. Blanb and Mia. aTawley to be Married on Jan 18 Two Dance at the RInrrar mil Hotel jffufffABL hoi't gnyety li nt on "rJIHwend. The first week WHB,ln January-will bring 1 tTrfffll IMF with It quite onumbor "i nnl iJvl ' wedlng. J K BmPI Tho Kov. and Mre. i " W4$MIVfaiim H 0ooko J LJ Lm&Vk ' B'T0 B reception "OmSnJIIw & and dance this oven. twV. ViJ yt 'ng n 0'r home, 230 ' At5 5"Wos Fifty, eooond laLWfc?y street, to introduoe BjfjL'' A their daughter, Miss 9 Wh --. . Cooke. The house y V3JfVfl'wU be handsomely fgytoylVwv deoorated with ezotio ,0 yl plants and ont flow- era. Miss Ferris frill assist in receiving. Tho ddbntanto will wear rose French falllo, with OTerdrapcries of hand-embroidered lace and sleeveless V corsage Mrs. Coo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 21 December 1887

Kf f o 'Afft N" JJ THE WOULD . WEDIVJSSPAY EVMPfg, DECEMBER 21, 1887; BlBlBlBBnt ? . - . , ... - i - - " i ..-.-, - "p "' """" " s K TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW, TO-MORROW. , A. H. KING & CO.', m 627 AND 629 BROADWAY, I LEADING AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, K ' XJ 3KT I T 353 13 "lT" I T 3E3C j I A Syndicate of American Manufacturers' 1 THREE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND I AMERICAN DOLLARS, WILL POSITIVELY SACRIFICE, WITHOUT RESERVE, I TO-MORROW, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 10 P. M K Their entire magnificent stock of Clothing including a Special Consignment of $100,000 worth of goods from the great " WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS' I SYNDICATE," consisting of superfine, Tailor Made Suits and Overcoats, out in the latest " Broadway " style and made from superb imported suitings and overcoatings to sell at $30.00, $40.00 and $50.00. To-morrow every garment in the establishment will positively be sold at m FIFTEEN DOLLARS. FIFTEEN DOLLARS. I . HI THE FINANCIAL STANDING. CO...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 December 1887

i . V!.4 H . . - - -M 1 5 o'clock! ;5jfjk ' ww 1 5 o'clock a I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT.1 f DEATH IN THE BLIZZARD. ELEVEN PEOPLE PERI8I1 FROM COLD IN "KANSAS AND NEBRASKA. Western Fining Devastated by an Awful Btorm Muttering HeuUm, Unable to Pro cure Fuel, Hum Their Sheds and Portions of their House The Death Itoll Con lontlr Increasing LiUnt lieports. (FECIAL TO TIIX WOnLD.l Omaha, Keb.. Dec. 22. It is reported that a number of lives havo been lost in tbo terrible blizzard now prevailing iu the western part of this State, and it is bolioTed that hundreds of cattlo and horses have been frozen to death. The new homesteads of the suffering settlors are quite a distance from the railroad and fall details cannot bo learned for sovoral days. In tho nowly organized county of Perkins tho death of a man and a boy is reported, Thoy wore attempting to mako their ranch, twenty miles from Ogallala, when the storm ov...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 December 1887

m 2 THE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 22, 1887. I JL THE WORLD. mk .THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22. Irar evBHCjiiTTioir xo mis jstjsmxo Klfet EDITION (Including roitage), WM PSItitONTn, 30c fPSIt TSAR, $3.50. jSt THE NOVEMBER RECORD. JgBgfc Total number of " World '" printed daring 3SC- tli month of November, 188T. If ' 8,505,840. BJ AVERAGE PKB DAY FOB TOH ENTIRE fijf ' MONTH, ; 283,528 COPIES. fS). XOVBJtBBR CIRCULATlOXaurtnO Vtt XXUt ttx IWjp Vtari compared; SJfc. JfBll iifr ?JV" Tbla!. .Irraf. fflK JMJtf 043,801 31,403 Hg 3883...... 3,301,070 45,380 n3p Most 0,843,834 3X8,104 Kg 388B... 4,048,433 304,048 liM I 2SS0.-.. ........... 0,107,420 03,B8O Bi, 'i'T 8,505,840 283,528 jft ! OPEN TO ALL. !&;, ThB Now York "World" Invltei every $L Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertlier wF exam,ne ,tf Books and Preii Room to 3f Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. M ADVERTISING KATES. wmli1 Affate Measurement.) hws Ordtoi , 20 c.nt. per line. No eitra pries for se ra? crptsble di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 December 1887

I THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1887. 3 9 I CHAT ABOUr THE THEATRES. I sf la EOOTH AND BARRLTT HOUTINQ BPEOU LATOES AT THE ACADEMY. Lnrrje Kniea Already Made for the Opening Mdlit Ulrlmrtl Mnnsfleld'a Experience In n Summer Piny Trouble at tbe American Theatre In London Mien Annie Kobe I.lkcly to Quit rUnrrlnjc. jOg H3(ft"DWIN BOOTH and W tCvP n w r n Barrett l fvtfJjc, i'rom'86 kftV0 Cren Ivf N$ry5KBUC0CBS during tbolr j rK 0" ongagoincnt at tho !$&jr-W Academy of Music rDoLl r Li aaC" rst ny's Bn'e ' Tjttl llLliSW J scats rcachod nearly rSfcL-- 8G,000 for tho first KRI "OSSa! week. Tho lino at the flS-5 -" box-offico at night was wfc S just as largo as that of KPMcFf tho morning. The TTO(gJWi management battled yy5g3p5w3 By desperately with the ySJIILjSj: speculators, much to Jn VrttT '10 cbagrin of those 'jjJjO vff "-t encrgctio gentlemen. Lots of four seats could bo obtained by any body excopt a speculator, who, as soon as his face appeared at tho window, was " s...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 December 1887

5& , THE WORLD t THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1887.' . I B. Altman & Co., I LADIES SUITS. W Closing out the bal- M ance of Imported and 1 Tailor-Made Cos- f tumes ; also Black Silk m. and Henrietta Cloth Suits' I AT PRICES f Very Much Reduced. I ISth.st., f9tli st. and 6th ave. Hk (18th st. station Elevated Road.) i SE1 shouts iiurri to cover. UL IitTtlr Time Canned by the near Taking Rjg Up Contrncia. 5Mr The serenity of the shorts -which has boon im, Inch ft marked feature of trading at tho $3p Stock Exchange for days past, was ilUtnrbcd 5fcV (his morning, and the surprise corao from an BJ tasezpeoted source. SHE Chio., BnrlinRton Quinoy, which cloBod 6$$ yesterday at 128K, opened nt 129K and nulckly M sold at 131, 1S1K, 132K and 133K. Tlio rca- jft' son for this somewhat romnrlmulo turn Mag ijSjt on attempt on the part of tho bears to ccn or JiS, ohorta pat out nbont CO days ago. raEi They bad bocomo tired of paying " flhoTes " yfivF of 1-01 to ri per diem for tho tiBo ...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 December 1887

,-vfOfv , vrw rr tott.,"i i-n RwT" ws"ly"'rr9Y''F' 1 3 O'CLOCK I :fe SV' V. 1 & O'CXOOK 1 II c i irl i' PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT.1 F ".DEATH IN THE BLIZZARD. af . ELEVEN PEOPLE PERISH FROM COLD IN KANSAS AND NEBRASKA. Western Flnln Devastated by an Awful Htorm Suffering HrtllcrH, Unable to Pro. cure Fuel, Burn Their Hlicd nnd Portion! of their f louses The Death lloll Con. tantly Increasing Latest lleport. SPKOHIi TO TUC WOULD. Omaha, Nob.. Deo. 22. It is reported that a lumber of lives bavo been lost in the terrible blizzard now prevailing in tho -western part of this State, and it is believed that hundreds of cattlo and horses have been frozen to death. Tho new bomosteads of the suffering settlors lire quite a distanoo from tho railroad and full dotails cannot bo learned for several days. In tho newly organized county of Perkins tho death of a man and a boy is reported. They were attempting to make ...

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. — 22 December 1887

f.V s THE WORLD : THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1887. Rl THE WORLD. Hp THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22. Kr, gVltSCItlTIIOlT TO TITE ETEX1XO -, EDITION (Including Toting), HP .MM. MONTH, 30c. t FEIl YEAll, $3.G0. Kr THE NOVEMBER RECORD. Hft Total number of "World" printed daring K' the'inontb. of November. 188T p 8,505,840. K AVTOAGE PUR DAY FOR THE ENTIRE , MONTH, T 283.528 COPIES. Hp, xoPEJinxn cmcuLATiox anting the past ttx E&.. iwarf compared; Hr JAxitfftf Patty KH , IWii.. Jrtragt. B' JS8JJ 043,H01 31,403 Htfa 3883....,, 1,301,070 4B,3SD H -s J8S4 3,840,834 328,104 Kf JSS5 4,048,453 304,048 HKy 2S80 0,107,420 203, S80 K uir 8,505,840 283,528 lE OPEN TO ALL. R The New York "World" Invites every Hft, Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser K? to examine Its Books and Press Room to Hp Satisfy himself about Its Circulation. . ADVERTISING RATES. ft (Acato Me-uurement.) cggggKft Ordinary, 25 cent per line. No citra pries for e- Hr' nptatila display. Business or Special Notices, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 December 1887

ippasjgsiBifsspjB . THE WORLD; THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1887. 3 ' H CHAT ABOUT THE THEATRES. BOOTH AND BARRETT FKJIITING SPECU LATORS AT THE ACADEMY. J,nmo Bnle. Already Made for the Opening: Night Itlciiard Mansfield. Experience In n Hummer 1'lnjr Trouble at tbe American Theatre In Iiondon MIm Annie Kobe Likely to Quit Htnrrlng. Kd QU jfiiDWIN BOOTH and Ik ZSr?5 Lnwronoo Barrett IV lV VvoJ V- promlso to havo great ivF &fV "SK,BUCCC8S u"nK thoir s if fVv 0 S( orjeaRomont at tho juEA-M F") Academy of Music. tsSLu il sc-rSi flrst'lfty's so'0 of rrKJs ilLUL"V'i' scats rcachod nearly fSgjr ' $0,000 for tho first ryTffl- week. Tho lino at tho tr iVvTtV"" box-offlco at night was WSsivy S just as largo as that of vjefcgjluErtlFf tho morning. Tho yK-Silral manngemont battled Wy&Ss&ffll desperately with tho 7wvfcSli. speculators, much to vin VACS' chagrin of thoso 'JteJO w M cnergotio gentlemen. Lots of four seats could bo obtained by any. body except a speculator, who, as ...

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. — 22 December 1887

THE WORLD: THURSDAY EYEING, DECEMBER 22, 1887V i Bill & Co, PI I LADIES' SUITS. R, Closing out the bal- B ance of Imported and Bi Tailor-Ma do Cos- $:- tumes; also Black Silk I and Henrietta Cloth m Suits. K AT PRICES E Very Much Reduced. If R I8!li st tatli st. and 6tli ave. WPlu (18th st. station Elovatod Road.) HpT TWO LNFA1UATED DUKES. HtnF Why the Duclies. of Hulliitrlnnd ReTnsed to HS' VI ill Her Hlcu Iluabnnil. Ceyrt;l, 1837, fy I7i JVui JVMflAlnj Company (JT B J'orl tl'orld). k& (UXCtU. CABLE DUMTCn TO TBK WOHLD.1 Bf London, Dec. SI. It may possibly be remem- H' btredtnat when tba Duke of Sutherland Tlslted BpF New York about eighteen months ago ho wnnao- Ei- companlcd bj a lira, lllalr, whom presence among Htti'' the dncal putty excited a Rood deal of unploasaut Ha; comment In moat of tho cities of tho United Htates KrE which ho then visited, Whllo aomo of I ho Duke's Bttcr entertalncra purposely Ignored her prcaonce, others Hffif Included her in tho lnvltatlona ext...

Publication Title: Evening World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening world. — 22 December 1887

IT A fH'm V i K r ' A mm 'V'JaM edition. PC g' WwPTlP- edition. 1 PRICE ONE CENtT EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMHEIi 22, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. JM DEATH IN THE BLIZZARD. JXEYEN PEOPLE PERISH FROM COLD IN KANSAS AND NEBRASKA, IVrstern Plains Devastated by nn Awful Storm HurTerlna; Settlers, Unable to lro. cure Fuel, Tliirii Their Hlirds and Portion of their Houses Tho Death Koll Con rnnttr Increasing; Latest Itcport.. tlPECMI. 0 WE WOULD. Omida, Nob., Doc. 22. It Ib reported that a numboT of lives havo been lost in tho torrible blizzard now prevailing in tho wostorn port of this State, and it is believed that hundreds of cattle and horses have been frozen to death. The new homesteads of tho sufforlng settlers are quite a distance from tho railroad and full details cannot bo learned for sevoral days. In the newly organized county of Perkins the death of a man and a boy is reported. Thoy were attempting to uiako their ranch, twenty miles from Ogallala, whon ...

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. — 22 December 1887

RrFlSpT ' T" THEWORtiD: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1887. mwwmi!MwwWMmw 1 : f I E WO ELD. BBS ' rNara(rrMrni t. Hk .THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22. Kit?, mmaanirxxoir xo rnn jETENiita E, EDITION (Including ro$tage), If rsn month, soc. ipur tear, $3.bo. W& THE NOVEMBER RECORD. $S5 Total number of," World" printed daring ?$ Bionth or November, 1887. H 8,505,840. C' AVERAGE PES DAT FOB TUB EOTTHK fet, MONTH, B 283,528 COPIES. Wt" SOVSUDBR CIRCULATION during the jxutttz $' peart compared ' JfontXtt Ball) Hm Total. irra0i M&: 2889 043,801 31,408 R?'. WSJ 101,070 48,380 Wft SAS4 3,848,834 188,10 Bjjffi JMM 4,048,483 104,048 K? 1880 0,107,480 803,880 MM- assr. 8,505,840 283,528 K OPEN TO ALL. Kp ffw The New York "World" Invite every Hf'' Newspaper Proprietor and every Advertiser Ih. to examine Its Books and Press Room to Kp Satisfy hlmsolf about Its Circulation. Em- ADVERTISING RATES. Kl (Acate Maaanremsnt.) Bffcl Ordtnarr. 25 mdU pr lis. No extra pries for jKr teptabl display. B...

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. — 22 December 1887

J BM W " " -ll I A iMMHHMHWHMwaHHlllll-'lll-aaWVHManaB.M a OBB SMiBMBBI SSNIWMIMaMlABBMBMIiSMSMIMIBBBIBIBBBaMBIIaMaMSaBsn MM BBB1 a ..fVll CHAT ABOUT THE THEATRES. e -SOOTH AND BABBITT FianiTOG BPEOU IAT0ES AT TnE ACADEMI. r,nrse Haiti Already Made far the Openlaar Nlht nichard niannOeld'a Experience In a Hummer Piny Trouble at the American Theatre In London Mis Annie Itobo Likely to Quit Blurring. fiffl jRlljiaDWIN D00Tn nnd w V?5 w r n Barrett iV KVjJjt? promise to hovo groat lV JrJHsucoeM during their ?4 yr' d2(Y onBagement at the E--v Mj Academy of Music. rS&Ji r i C k first day's Bale of g HJLSaj seats reached nearly fcagSnT 86,000 for the first &Wfffl "GwiLZ woek. The lino at the m illSy 'V' ox-0co B night was NJTSfeivr S us os larBO as that of TsESSSWlT morning. Tho IPfflviL management battled jrVvSgSjly desperately with the W72Q3KLjSj speculators, much to n rnfw chagrin of those yflfJ'O Mr "-j encrgatio gcntlemon. Jiots of four seats could bo obtained by any tody exc...

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. — 22 December 1887

WFSI wtron mmmm evening mcdmnit A wir i 1 pi. in & Co., I LB' SIHIS. sB Bp Closing out the bal- H ance of Imported and Hr Tailor-Mad o Cos- Kv tnmes ; also Black Silk K1 and Henrietta Cloth r' Snits. H . AT PRICES K Very Much Reduced. ssK;: He 111 si, 1 9th st. and 6th ave. KL, (I8th st. station Elevated Road.) KU rllOBTB HURRY TO COVER. H& lArt Time Caused by llio Hears Taking H&? Up Contracts. BBBBBaBBBaaawtr1 f Kp Tho serenity of tbo shorts which lms boon Hi each a marked fenturo of trnrtliiK at the y .Stools ExohnuRo for days prist, ww disturbed B, this morning, and tho surprise camo from an JBtiy, tinezpecled source. fti Chlo., BurlluRton & Qulncy, which cloned Kp yesterday at 123K, opened ftU2D and quickly H$ soU t 131, 131K, 132K and 133)4. Tho roa- Hi" son for this somewhat remarkablo turn wax HjL an attempt on the part of tho hears to cover Vff shorts put out about CO day s aro. Bf4' They had beconio tired of paying " shaves " K& of 1-64 to M per diem fo...

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