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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                12 THE BOSTON ^ SUNDAY GLOBE-SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 18&0-~TWENTY-FQUR PAGES. 757 WASHINGTON ST. Only one sold to a customer. Call early and secure the Sest Bargain you over saw. A splendid assortment of Parlor Suits, covert, J in liair cloth, plush, rugs and fancy goods. Any style, any price you wish to pay, A large and elegant line of Suits to select from in all the woods. A very stylish and nobby Suit in IGth century finish, for only $35.00. full Weight Extra Supers only Full Weight Tapestries only . Full Weight Velvets only . . 45c. 50c. 85c. V/e run livo large stores, one at 49 UNION ST. (NORTH END), and one at 757 WASHINGTON ST. (SOUTH END), which enables us to buy in LARGE QUANTITIES, and thus get the BENEFIT of the LOWEST JOBBERS' PRICES, and is also quite a CONVENIENCE for OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOlViERS. Goods sold and DELIVERED all over NEW ENGLAND.   Send for CATALOGUE and PRICE J LIST. 49 UNION ST. (Nortli End) 757 WASHINGTON ST. (Soiitii Entl.) GRATb-FUL-COM PORTING. BREAKFAST. "By a I}itiiniij;li linnwlr.inc of U\c iiaturnl laws wliU-'h po^t'ni tlK* �'iif.'rnlinns uf (linf.'stlon (iiid nutrition, uiid by II enrol ul mipliciUkin of llic linv propur-tU'S of wt'Ii-sck'dU'il Ci'C'ii, 2itr. IJiijiri luirt ijn)vifi*;cl our Inviikiiisi. iiihlcs wiMi ii dflu'Jil.ilvilavorctl bdvcr-iiRO Miilc)i limy Hiiv,' us nuuiv 1h-jivv (iM'-Lors' lilUn, ][ is Ijy the j'uli.'lnns use (if sinrh iiriiflrt* of dM. UiaL ii CDjiRtiliiijoi) may Iil-Kr.'uliuilly Imiltun nnlll titronii riuuigli nriihi t-vfiy t-widt'iicy to dlst^usi!. iluu-liiTtlfi nf siiliili^ niiil!'irtii;,i arc floiiiiiin arumiil us rciruiy In alinrk whi-ii'vci- iln'ic is a -wr.Ak pohil. AVo may e.si-:iiM-miuiy Ji f.Uitl Hhiill, liy kfiepliiiJ our-BPlvtifi wf-n JnriKiciI with (uin' hioritl nnil a juopcrly nourished fnini'-."-"<.'irj/ Seirici- �rciol lit p!i;.'ar, niid in llirrrfurc i'v-v inurn ccoiiondcftl, c.oj/iii.v ic*a ihnn one cfJit c cup. It iit dcIiijUniP, iinuri.'^iiiiij;, r.rMVtbfiihif;, Kafu.v ln<:,y.v;vY.\*, ' [Mul iidiiiirQbly ndujitml ivT nivalidi cir veil UD Ibr pf-rtuiiB in iuvlUi. Hold Ijy GrociTt; cn-*?rywhere. W. EAKEE & CO... Dorchester, Mass. ZSHC PROCESS IlliiSlniti. , l."ll.'ihr:Hlt, �, frir 'troii his name, am! indeed, he enjuyeii that liberal degi'eo of iiegl otat tlie hands of his enemies which is the customary ri^.ward of political mediocrity. They \vere looking out tor the head of ihi' ticket, who was in that year making his lir.'it race for governor, and tvho was generally regarded as a very weak candidate. Hut when the returns were footed up, Gov. Ames' plurality was found to be 9,^ 0,"!, while Lieut.-Gov.Brackett'smargin was only 4978. Moreover, it had therefore been me nuo for the lieutenant-governor to run ahead of the governor. And Mr, Braeketl's close call was the surjuise of the election. Nlini-t of tl.o AieruKC. Since that year, however, Mr. Braokett has gone along unchallenged. There has been alisolulely no fight upon him; no more than upon ttie auditor or the attoniey-gen eral. The, only name on the ticket that provoked speeini opposition in lSH-andl8S8 wa,,iMr, Ann-s'at thuhead; all tlie rest of the caniiidaips escaped personal attention ii'iiii the opiioaing forces, li were inevitable, under sucii circum flanoe.s, that Mr, Ames should receive a smaller vr'B placid is tho Atlantio billiard and bowling Both complaints wero made by professional sporters, and the wholo scheme was so evidently tho outcome of personal spite engendered in local politics. Unit the first ciise was thrown ont of court at once, and in the second, Mr. Macombor, not wishing to try it in the lower court, submitted to judgment and appealed. It the case ever comes to trial, .some .spicy disclosures regarding the record of the prosecutors may coniiilently b(! expected. TliH Hygt'ia llotol property ^vas sold under a mortgage by tho Island Savings Bank of Newport recently to Christopher E. Champ-lin, law pai'tnor of Hon. John M. Brennan of Providence, and his brother, Dr. J. C. Champlin of Block island. Since tho close of tho sestson tho Adria.n House has been removed" west about no yards, so that it now fi-onts Spring St., just opposite tho Jlitnisses. The Taunton Fair. Tlioio will be a number of distingui.shed Iieoido present on Thursday, Oct, '.1, aineiig them Gov, Brackett and his statT and (5ov Davis of Rhode Island and his stall, ex-Go\-, Ames, ("x-Congrcssmen John D. Long an P. A. Collins, Congressmen Itandall, lilorsb. Lodge, Andrew. O'Xeil and Walker, .State Treasurer George A. Marden, Hon. William E. Russell, Senator Aldricli of Rhode Island, Secretiit-y Sessions ot the Massachusetts State b.iiitd of agriculture. Gov. Bracliett and staff will leave the Park sq. staiii'.ii, Boston, iit 11 a. m.'Thursday ; Gov, Davis anil staff will leave Provi. di iu (� at 1 ii.-l.'J the same morning. Both par. t ics meeting at Mansfield, will he brought to 'I'auuton on the train arriving here at 1'.; m Thev will bo taken to the fair via Winthron St.. and afti.'r looking over the grounds will lip conducted to the dining iiall. After 10 lor each com-pany In such regiment or bnttnilon j to each corps ol cadets, g2i5, nnd to each, company, signal nnd ambulance corps; aiO. There shall bo allowed and paid annually to each aopurato battalion headquarters, corpa ol cadets, company, signal and amhulanoo corps an amount cquiil to 151.76 lor each enlisted man in cacli of auch organlzationa, based upon the average nttondanoo nt tours ol duty, Inapoctlona and other duly crdorod State duty, during the year end-log with Nov. 1, lor repair ol the unllorma nnd other property ol the Commonwealth and Incidental ex-penaes ol tho aavoral organizations. Section 12. To each olBcor nnd aoldler now In tho BorWoo, who has rendered oontinuona honorable aor. vice for a period of nine yenra, and to auoh as may hereafter render a like.service, there ahall bo allowed a medal lor such service, and nn additional bar or clasp lor every period of live years' oonthiuotts sep. vice thereafter. Section 13. This aot ahall talto efteot on the first day ot January in the year eighteen himdrc'd and ninety-one. II.-liuincdiately after Deo. SI ol tho currant year, comihandlng ofllcera ol Intantryreglraenta will cuuao to be turned over to thorn Irora companies ol their command, 10 druma with drum slings and sticks. Company commanderB will forward invoices nnd receipt lor property ao turned over. All drums, driini allngs and stloka In excess ol that number will bo forwarded at once to Stato arsenal, nnd Invoices' ivlll bo forwarded to thlfl oaice. Druma, sllnga and Bticka >vill he turned over as directed prior to l^ab. 1, 1891. III. Hereiiltor a company ol Inlantry :will oonplat ol 68 enlisted men, one ol whom will he company bugler. . Rcglmontal and company commnndcra of Infantry regimcntB win on Jan. 1,1801, moke rcqulBltlon lor huglea, provided they have.not already been supplied therewith, IV. The law, aa amended, allows tho erasure of tho "no objection" clause In the diecliurgo 01 enllstod men. This clause will not bo erased unlcisa npon rooommondatlon ol offlcors applying for suchdla-oharge, and upon satisfactory reaaona given, and In ciiso of dlsuhargo hy reason of e.tpiration olsor-Woe, ponnlsslon from the commiindor-ln-ohlel to oraso the clause must be obtained. Attention ol company commanders la called to section 7 ot the amended huv. V. The lollowhig ndcs will govern the Issue ol trousers under the amended law. Measures must he forwarded as early as possible to tlds ofllce after the cnllstniont and muster ol recruits, nnd tcouseri cannot bo finished unless measures aro received one month prior to a tour of duty. All surplus trousers will be carried on property book, and under no consideration will trousers b cut to repair others, or expended. All trousers worn out will bo forwarded to State arsenal. Cnrds lor moaaure ol trousera wlU bo furnlalied from this ofllce. YI. The allowanoo lor repairs will be mado after tho oomplelton ol the year's duty, and will bo nllowed on tho avorago number ol men doing the duty of army inspection, camp, annual driU and any ordered State duty. Ko man wlU be counted who does not do tho entire tour o{ duty ordered. InspocthiB ofllcera will report tho number at armory Inapu'ctlona. 'VII. ContlnnoUB aondce badges will be Issuod late In Uie year to all ollicers and men in the aervtee Jan. 1,1800, who have had nine years' contlnuouo aer-vloe. Application lor such badge wlU be made hy brigade, regimental and ootapany commandera on blanlta supplied by tills ofllce. On voriflcatlon of tho Borvlco of those entitled tho badge will bo ordered nnd Issued. By order ol the commandcr-lri-chicf. Samuel Daitok, Adjutant-QenerW. Macs mm: Opening Sunday Concert of the Plularmonic, Goodbys to tlic Bostoiiians iti "The Boliowi.an diirl" and "Trovatorc." What Mr, Mklsch  Has in Store- Lecture Notes and Preludes. 'With a corps of 60 musicians, carefully chosen, the season of Sunday night Philharmonic oonoorts is to begin this e^'enillg at the Boston Theatre luider highly auspicious ciircumstanoes. The director is Bernliard Listemann.who needs no words of commendation or eulogy. New Musio Beoelved. From Arlhur I'. Bohjuldt - Organ, "Prayer," Kloin Aloys, arr. PhlUp Hale, rinuo and violin, Angels' Lullaby," Alfred de Seve. Vlolinocello nnd piano, Final ol Boccherinl's qiUutot, arr. 'Wull rries. Vocal, "Mght," for mbcod vblccs, J. Blum-enthal! "Love Ciune Uko ft Klghtingalo," Chrlatlan Thclon; "Blaine's Sons," Arthur Footo. Piano, Nocturne, V. X>. Armstrongi intermezio, olessapdro longo. Frtirei White-Smith Music Publishing Company- Voonl, "Song of the Koghnent," Edward Solomon; 'Because of My Love lor Thee," Herbert L, Dddy; "Ma BeUe Jlaiurka," NarclsoMartinez; "Tho Whis-tlhig Wife," Harry Randall; "Beautiful Language," K, W. Rogers. Piano,' "Lea Doud Alouettos," LcBchetlzky, arranged by Carlyle Peter-ailetti "I'etlt Minuet," O. Bnohmannj "Dream ol the Past," I'nul lionoyi "The rirat Violet," rrnaiMJs Behrj "I'aaoo Polka," Carlo Krano; "ITio Conqueror,"  Sranlah wnlta, 'Tango da 1� Marina," "A LnstFareweil," "Evening Call," Mexican compositions, are by Narolso Martinez. Military band-Barytone solo, "Tho BU-grlni," Stephen Adama; cornet Bolo, "Romance" and bolero, "Tostl-Trotero;" "Erln-go-brogh," pot-poiu-1 of Irish nIrB. J. B. Clans. From Oliver Dltson Company-Vocal, "The Cltj-'a Towors," J. L.Boeckol; mandolin, "Piizlcatl;" "Appear, Love, at Thy Window," urr. by V. M. LapctUia; "La BenjagUeje March," D. Tlpaldl;" "Souvenir do Carmen," B. Tlpaldl; "Barcarola," mandolin nnd gidtio-, Th. Hermann, nrr. Chevalier Enrico Gar-glnlo, from S, '>V. Blair-Piano, "Totvn Topics Waltzes, Edwin W. Cole; t'Bouvonlr dc Newport," mUiUiry march, George H. Hayes. Banjo, "A Trip to Bocky Poltiti" Walter Burke. Fifty Cents for a Doctor, In 178'.! the leading physicians of Boston fixed tho fee for an ordinary visit at CO cents, according to Weeden's History, pnb-Ushcd by Houghton, Miiflln & Co. The great body of the people were educated in the district soliool, two months in tho win-tor by a man, two months in summer hy a women. Tho range of school books was very limited. Noah Webster's spoiling book was just coming into ubo. A few academies with limited resources prepared boys for Harv.ard or Yale. Tiie Bible was tho groundwork of all reading. The Ustial Thing. [Clothier and Furnisher.) Travers-Can leet ofl for two hours, sir, lo buy a hat? Head of firm-Two hoursl For gracious sake! what do you want so much timo lor? Travers-Half an hour to buy tho hut, and the rest to establish my credit. Ho Had Got On. riiIur.5ey'B Weekly.] "I tell you sir," said n real estate aaont at Booinopolis, "this is tha place to get on Look at me! I came here six years ago with nolhiiig but tlie clothes on my back!" "1 KUPpossi you June Srloo.ODO in bank now." "Not exactly; but., fdr, I owo �75,000." Mr. Listemann's long and honorable career in our city is well remembered by tlis patrons of the former Hijrvard, Philhar-monio and Symphony orchestras and tho revival bt thePhilhiU'monio and his reappointment as conductor are matters of much interest and importanco. Felix Wintornitz, a pupil of the Vienna Conservatory, and the �wirmer of the gold and silvfer medals at his graduation in 1885, has been secured as concertmeistor. Mess'fs. Giese, Ronconi, Strasser, Flookton and Bigg lead their respective departments and prominent in tho body of the orchestra are tho familiar names of Fritz Listomann, Bendix, Bissland, L'Orage, Berger, CorelU, Suck, Ellis, Lo-ronzo.'Van Santvoord and tho Messrs. Camm. The soloists for the opening concert this evening are Mmo. Sophie Zola and Mr. Fritz tjicse. Mme. Zela comes from Norway. She is a graduate of the Royal Conservatory at Stockholm, from which she was graduated with moro than usual distinction. She was also for two year.i a pupil of the greiili Marolieso of Pans. She made her debut at the Royal Opera in Paris as Marguerite, prior to her subsequent engagement there of two years. Of Mr. Gieso there remains nothing new to be said. Tliere is probably not a city in tho United States where ho has not played at least once, and every loading journal of the coimtry has repeatedly hailed him as the greatest solbist m the country.' Mr. Giese is the happy possessor of a magnificent Stradivarius 'coUo, which has on more than ono occasion been the envy and delight of tho critic and tho connoisseur. The scalo of prices puts tliese concerts witliiil tho roach of everj-one, and tho gener.al excolloneo of the programme commends itself to -both stylos of taste. This is to be tho ofEering tonight: Overture, Masanlelo.....................Auber Oavotto. Slumbor Song, from aeronado lor string orchestra (new)........................II. Hoffman Swiss Echo Song........'1..............Eokort Mme. Sophie Zela. Grand fantasia lor 'cello, Lo Deslr.........Ben-nlb Jlr. Gleso. Two movements from Leonore symphony.....Bafl! Hungarian rhjipsody, No. 0.................Liszt Intermezzo, grand waltz from ballot Nalla (now)..............................Dellbes Scene aud aria Irom Travlata..............Vordl Mme. Zela. Overture, WllUam TeU..................Bosslnl SOMU S'SfMPHONY PKOMISES. Choral'Work to SupplementMr. IfiklBoh's Orchestra Offerings. A pleasant addition to the expected fe.at-ures of the approaching season of the Boston Symphony orchestra will bo th'e engagement of a largo chorus to assist in the presentation of certain notable works on Mr. Nikisch'a programme. The arriingements for the series provide for not a few novelties. Besides those mentioned in tho following aoliomo tliore aro to be expected a series of novelties and compositions by Saint-Saens, Villiers Stanford, Mackenzie and others. Beethoven-Symphonies. Nob. 1,3, 7, 8, 0. Der-%iah ehorua and priests' march, Irom the "Bulna ol Athens." Sohuinann-"Symphonies, D minor and C major. Music to "Slanfred." Schubert-symphonies, C major and Oio nnflln-lahod. Mondclasolm-Scotch symphony. Music to "Jlld-Bummer Night's Dream." Ovcrtiu-e, "Buy Bias." Brahma-Symphonies, D major and E minor. Academic overture, Ilungarifin dances. ItoS-Symphony (In the Woods). Boriioz-Symphony lautastlquo. Overture, "Ben-venuto Cellini." Volkmann-Symphony, D minor. Overture, "Kiohardlll." Mozart-"Jupiter" symphony. Haydn-Symphonies, 11 major and E flat major. Dvorak-Symphony, D minor. Scherzo cnpprlcol-oso, I) major. Llazt-"Dante" (with chorus). Tasao. "Mephlflto �Waltz." "Rnekoczy March." , Wagner-"Twilight of tho C>oda," "Siegrricd's Rlilne Journey," "Morning Da\vn," "Terzet of tho Blikicduughtfirs," "Fiuieral Mnrch." "Parsifal," prelude, and "Good Friday Spell." "Siegfried Idyll." "Fnnst" overture. "Kaiser March." Paris version ol "Tannhauser." Tschalkowsky-SiTuphony, second and third movements of fourth symphony, F minor. Screnado for strings, C major. "Romeo and Juliet" overture. MoszkowBlvi-Siillo In F m,ajor. Robert Fuchs-Serenade for strlnga, D major. Oherubini-"Alipncerngos" ovortm-o. Chadwick-Symphony, B flat. Richard Heubcrger-Variations oa a theme of Soliubert's. Goldraark-Overture "Prometheus." Svendsen-"Carnival in Pavls," Anton Bruckner-"To Dcum" for soil, chorus and orchestra, _, QOODBY   TO   THE   BOSTONLflJSTS. -No one, who is willing to arlojit tlio rlElit course, need be long allllctcd wiLli bolls, car-hiineles, jiimples, or oilier oiiluiieous eruptions. 'These are the results of Ntituro's cE-forts to expel poisonous jind cttoto matter from thu blood, aiitl show plainly that tho system Is riddiiigj^ftsell through the skin ot Impurlllcs which it was the legitimate work ot the liver and kidneys to remove. To ro-Btoro these organs to their proper functions, Ayer's .Sarsaparllla Is the medicine required. That no other blood-puriflor can oompara with it, thousands testify who have gained from tho tjTOniiy of depraved blood by tlia use ot tills medicine. " For nine years .1 was afflicted with a slcln disease that did not yield to any remedy until a friend advised me to try Ayer's Sarsa-p.arllla. 'With the use ot this niedloiiio tha complaint disappeared. It is my belief tliali no other blood medicine could have effected so rapid andh complete a cure."- Andres D. Garcia, C. Victoria, TamauUpas, Mexico. "My fncQ, for years, -w.as covered with pimples and humors, for which I could And no remedy till I began to take Ayer's Saisapar rflla. Three bottles of this great blood medicine effected a thorough cure. I confidently reoomnieud it to all sufterlng from similar troubles."-M. Parker, Concord, Vt. ritEfAKKD BY DK. J. C. ATER & CO., LoweU, Mass. Sold by Druggists. $1, six S3. Worth $6 n bottle. SdME rar^' bargains in real estate aro announced today on puge ,24.        . Two ynmouB Operas in Music Hall. Tho season of tho Bostouiaus at Music Hall ends on Tuesday evening, and for the final performances the bills aro "The Bo, homian Girl" and "Trovatoro." Tomorrow evening the cast for tlio "Bohemian Girl" will include Juliette Cordcn, Jessie Bartlett Davis, Ferdinand Schutz. W. H. MacDon.old and Eugene Cowles. nnd ou Tuesday evening "Trovatoro" will bo cast to Marie Stone, cfossio Bartlett I'lavis, Tom Karl, W. IT. MacDonald and Eugene Cowles. It will be interesting to foJJow the rivals of these old-tima successes in operas, com-ing after "Robin Hood," the latest and most charming of American operas. Mr. Karl's ro-.anpo;(ranco as Maurice iviil beau event of interest to many friends, and tiieso closing Bostonian nights suould bo prosperous. __ Preludes and Echoes. Blanche Stone Barton and Agnes Stone have sailed for Euroiie. Alhaizn, the noted concert prima donna, may be heard before long. Rossini's "Stabat Jlater" will bo Bung at St. James church this evening. Crane is to have an American comedy written for him by Clinton Stuart. MissLilitin Carl! ginith has returned from Europe. She sang at several musicales and receptions in Loudon. Agnes Huntington and "Paul Jones" are expected to astonish and delight musical Now York tomorrow evening, Carl Peircc's tour In Connecticut v.'ns very siicciMsful. 'The young artist gained much praise Irom leading mitsicinns everywhoio. Mrs. Nella.Brown-Poml makes Iter lirst vinit to L'lilifoi'nia this season. .She is booked for L'o iMnsr.'Ciuivu engagements oii the Pacific coast. In .-lid nt the liuilding fund ot the Tic-mont College of Music Three intfrestliur on-tertaiiitn:;:iis are aiuiounced iu Music Jlali. At the lirst, Nov. i, Mjion W, Wlituey, "Wulf Fries, Jessie Conthoui and the Apple-ton quartet will bb heard. Mr. Frederick A^lliors, the famous war correspondent of the London Daily Graphic, s about to sail for this country to lill a ntmt-' )or olUcotitro ongagomenta. Tho first of the Sunday night popul.ar concerts at Music Hall is , unavo dably postponed until tho 19th Inst., when a very attractive programma will be presented. Mrs. Clara M. Femald, soprano 1 Gertrude Ohovonarde, whistling soloist and Silvio Riscgari, the boy pianist, are recent ongagB. ments for the Commonwealth series in Tro-mont Temple. Carl E. Merrill, cornetist. has received an elegant gold medal from the Bepasz bond of Willi.amsport, Ponn., in appreciation of his solos witli the band nt tlici recent iiitorstato fair held at Elmira, N- Y. Marguerite Clintura Sullivan, the well-known singer of South Boston, has returned from a two months' sojourn in the White moimtains. She baa a number of engagements for the coming season. Stepniak writes his agent that, in addition to the lectures already announced, he will be prepared to give one on "The Jews in Bujssia," illustrated witli pictures of riots, etc., wldoh. he thinks, will be of interest at this time. Stepniak sails for New York iu December. Among tho recent publications issued by the AVhite-Smitli Compaiiy aro "George C. Dobson's World Banjo Guide," now mo-tliods for tho violin and the zither, hy S. Winner and the ".Boston" imd "New York" collections of popular and standard pianoforte music. The Swedish Quartet Concert Company, consisting of Charles A. Skoog, first tenor; Henri Pifgh, second tenor; A.Emil Skoog, barytone; H. W. Wonnerbog, basso; Mi,ss Lura Burden, reader, and Miss- Vida J, Skoog, pianist, will make an extended tour of the United States and Canada. A series of six subscription concerts w'ill bo given in Union Hall, 18 Boylslon st., by the Kueisol quartet on Monday evenings, Oct. 20, Nov. 24. Dec. 20, Jan. 20, Feb. 19 and March 0. Tho subscription is now open at Music Hall, where subscribers can secure their seats ne.xtFriday morning. , The Boston Symphony orchestra, under direction of Arthur NikiBch, will give a series of eight concerts in Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, on Tlittrsday evenings, Oct. 16, Nov. 6, Deo. 4. Jan. 8,' Jan. 20, Feb. 19, March li) nnd April 10. Season tickets go on sale at tho Univ'ersity book store. Cambridge, nij.xt Satm-iiay morniuB at.S.o'olo.ck. Mrs. Alice May Batu.s-Rioo will sing Oct. 15, at a concert in Harrison Square. On tha 20tli she will appear as Yum Yum in Mr. Hay's presentation of '"The Mikado" at tho Dudley Street Opera House; the 23d and 24tli m Marlboro, tho 20th and fiOth in Salem, tho latter cngageineiit being for tho opera of "Priscilla," by Coolidge Sc Surotto, in winch Mrs. Rice will appear in the title role. The Cecilia concert company will appear in Everett In . Novenihor. 'ibis comMny, composed of Mrs. Alice M.ay Bates Rice, \Villiain H. FQSsenden, Lou F. Brine, Miss Lilhan Chandler and John O'Hliea, will also, with tho exception of Miss Chandler, appear .at the concert in aid of the (Jninoy lio.spital next month, the concert being ur-r.angod by Mrs, Ita WelshDonovan.wlio will at tliis concert sing with tho company. Emma Thursby's concert company will open the Boston Lyceum course on tho 39tli inst, in Tromont Temple. Amongtho taleul secured aro A. Miner Griswolti, Rev. Dr. McGlynn, tho Held-Park company, Hon. George R. Wendliug, Rev. F. W. Gunsaulus, Olof Krarer, an Esquimaux lady andiProt. J. C, Price, Ono ovoning will be dovolod to a joint debate on tho land quo,stioii betwoou ex-Congro.ssinaii Horr and Henry Georgo. Mr. Pond announces the subjects ot 'Mr. Stiinlov's lectures for Boston as follows; First lecture, Tuesday evening, Nov, 18, "Tho Resoiio of Eniin Paslia and Our March Athwart Africa;" second lecture, Satimlay afternoon, Nov. 22, "The great forests ot Central .Africa, its cannibals and pigmies, the Mountains of the Jloon and the sources of the Nile." These will bo Mr. Stanley's only Icctufosin tho State, w Ut the exception of Springfield, Worcester and Chelsea. The tickets will probably be sold at auction. Maj, H. C. Dane, who has just arrived homo from a throe years' visit to tho Australian colonics, is preparing an illustrated lecture on "tho prison land of John Boyle O'Reilly." Maj. Dkno, at tho request of the lamented O'Reilly, visited Bsinbury, western Australia, to got photogrnjihs of the place whore O'Roilly was imprisoned, and irom which he osca.pcd, to ultimately reach and make his home in Boston. Ma.i. Danu procured the photogr.a.phs. and lirought home a sot for ins friend, but lo;n-nod while still in lx)ndon that ho had passed froin earthly conflicts. Mai. Dime has over 2000 views of tho scenery smd life at tho antipodes, and will m.ake a specially suitable selection to ilhistrato the prison homes of many of tho leading political Irish prison-ors. _ Take time enough today to examine tha list of real estate barg.ains on page li. Ulcers Form. Hospitals and Doctors Liseless.   Crazed with Pafn.   Cured by Cutl-cura Remedies. About eight years ago I wrote you from Wllkefr barro, Pcnn., deacrihlng how your wonderful remc, dies coinplet^'ly. i5ured me ol a terrible caae (rf eczeiiia or salt rheum. I must now tell you ^vhat GuTicua.v HuitEDiES have again done for mo. On the 2-d of last, September 1 had the misfortune to bruise my leg, and 1 put a piece ol slicking lUaster on it. Inside ol a week I had a terrible leg. My wife became frightened and advised me to go to a surgeon. 1 went, nnd dootored lor two months, hut no good was done me, b� Bides coaUug me big money. My lug had by this tlino formed into nn ulcer, and got worse every day. I could not stand it any longer, nnd ma/le up my mind to go to a hospital and see 111 could Iw helped. 1 went to Ecvcral here lu the �lly, In torn, but none oould do me any good, I had a terrible leg, vniii a hole In It as big aa a dollar, and pain that ahuost set nie crazy. I got Beared about It and Uetcrmlned to try GuTi-cciu KrMEuinB. I obtained a Bot, and inpide of Ave weeks niv log was healed up aa well as It over was, except th'e terrible scar it lelt for fl reminder of what was one� a terrible sore leg. 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