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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE-SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1890-TWENTY-FOUE PAGES. TliB Gas!) Ileus8 Fornisliers, and Soil for Cash Only. OaliWe Be Undersold? Complimeiitary Tioket to tlie MECHANIOS' FAIR Given to Bufers This Week. I Eyery buyer of Pnrniture or Oarpots at our establisliment tliis week, E'O MATTEE HOW SMALL THE PUE-OHASE, will be presented with a complimentary Ticket to tlie MEOHAN-lOS'FAIE.: � These prices cannot be duplicated by any otlier house, LOWELL &BiaELOW BEUSSELS, borders to match, 25 patterns WILTON VELYBTS, modem styles, worth $1.25 . . . . , . STANDAED BODY BEUSSELS, 50 patterns, sell anywhere for $1.10.  . ... EOXBUEY TAPES-TET, best tap. oar-pet in the world . . LOWELL EXTEASn-PEE, price all over the city 75a. . . . OOMMON TAP-ESTEY, cheap at 55 cents >�� S2S - Plnsh Parlor Suits -SS8 Ant. OakPinishOhamb. Sets $18 S25 - - Oabinet Beds - - S25 S14 - - Folding Beds - - $14 S9 - - - Sideboards - - - r9 $3.50 Extension Tables S3.50 $1.75 Woven Wire Springs $B.75 $6 - - r Hall Stands - - - $6 $2 - - - Ice Ohests - - � $2 $7 - - - Parlor Desks - *> - $7 These 'Represent a few of our low-priced ^tractions. Our display of Mediurfe^d High Oost Goods is superior to in New England, and at prices lower than ever..before quoted tor reliable goods. Special Purchase of nearly 50,000 ^   ROLLS. ITew Styles,8yds. long. These are the lowest prices ever named, wholesale or retail. 20,000 EoUs Gilt Paper  -  -   - 6o. 15,000 EoUs Best White Blanks - 5c. 5000 Bolls Gold Border   -   -   - 15o. 6000 Eolls Color Border -   �  - lOo. Also all the new effects in Embossed Gold, Cartridge and Common Papers, Dadoes, Priexes, Decorations, Mould-, ings, &o., at about OK'E-HALP the prices charged by any house in the country. '0 Saved from any instalment house prioos in the world by buying of us. 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[ItJ 8]   _SiiM PLAYS DtnlopurB, Tahlruiix, Bpenkfrs. for 8('lioi>l, i'hUi.t i'arlor. h(;Btouv. Cam-Idijiit! Itv.t!. T. ti. I)i;m�^ox, CldcHBO, 111. X tor riciinlnK ihe scaJp; It cos� out a trtlie; noth-iur injurltnia; full dli'cctloiiB on recoiiit of 25c; alfiio roceiptioi-washing. Bat 7i9, Orange, 3dab3.   tJSu* TWENTY-FOUR PAGES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1890. TABLE GOSSIP. -AUhousrh it is still iinfiMhionaWv oarlv to lie in town, tlio city Iws px;t on q�ito a home-lilco nspuot tMo past -weolc, imd t)io cro^vrl of ��-oll-kiiowii faces mot wltli on tlio stroets, at Parltor's, Youdb's and Tlie ThoriicUko during tlio hxnclioon ;vnd dinner hours, find at tlio theatres, gavo prooJ! positive that, lor iv time at least, a fair representation of tho society world were in town. For this stato of things the throe smart weddings of tho ivoek aro l.argoly responsible. Tliat thuy wcro oxcoptionally intorostinpr events was made evident hy tho trouhlo tho gwosts took to oomo ereater or less distances from their summer homos to attend, 'J'he weather did its part nobly towards makins those threo bridal days red-letter ones in tho calendar, nothing lovelier than the "mellow, eoldon sunshine, tho Soft, balmy air and tlio early antunin tints being possible to imaffiue. At Quinoy specially tho conditions were everything that could bo desired, and tho little village church, bright in its goldon-rod 'dross against tho white tablets and light-tinted walls, was a picture in itself. -Tho ifirst wedding' o� the week was that of Miss Adams and Mr. Abbott, and tho stone church in tho old town of Quinoy was, rmder tho skilful hand of Mr.'Doyle, made a bower of autumn beauty when at a little before 1 the bridal party entered. Miss Adams wore a simply-tashlonod gowa of whito satin, lace trimmed, and her tulle veil was' held by the conventional orangff buds. Her younger sisters. Miss Lulu and Miss Elsie, woro. ohniiningly goivned' in wliito crepe, with trmimings of rose pink, and whito Gainsboro hats with pink plumas. They carried pink roses. Mrs. Adams, mother of tlto bride, wlig was Miss Ogden of Now York, looked stately and handsome in a lavender brocade gown. Mr. Holker Abbott, a brother of tho groom, was host man, and tho ushers woro Mr, Franklin Abbott, another brotlior, 0. F. Adams, Jr., and Mr. GoorgB C. Adams, cousins of the groom, Gardner M. . Lane, Mr. Sigouruey Butlor, all of tho Somerset Club, and Mr. A. W. Longfellow. A wedding breakfast followed tho ceremony at tho Adams mansion, on President's hill. Mr. and Mrs. Abbott will live In Lewiston, Mo. -Woduesday the bright sunshine of this golden month of the year shono upon tho nuptials of Miss Barnard and Mr. Gheover, who woro married at 1 o'clock at liing's chapel, amid a small forest of bloom, most aa'tistioally arranged by Mr. Doyle, Miss Barnard, who is one of the most attractive of tho group of early autumn brides, and a girl of emphatically distinguished bearing, looked strildngly pretty in a gown of rioli whito faille, with squai'o train and Wgh dor-sago. A diamond pin, tho groom's gift, fas-toned the full lace at hiho throat. A cluster of small wliito flowers caught tho veil which fell to tho edge of tho train. Miss Sarah Barnard, Miss Minnio Bamai'd, her cousins Miss Flagg and Miss Ethel AVhit-more made as dainty a group of bridesmaids as have been seen for many a day at King's chapel. They wore whito dotted mullo frocks and wWto hats. Daniel Denny, Jr., of Milton was best man. Mr. Jolm S. Tooker of Now York, fnend and fellowr clubman of tho groom, Mr. Charles Bohlen of Chestnut lEU, Philadelphia, another friend of Mr. Choovor's; Elisha IPlagg, .Tr., Mr. Walter Abbott, Mr. W. A. Appleton and Mr. Appleton Smith worotho ushers. Are-ception was held later at Tsli, Barnard's .house on Beaoou St. Mr. Choovor is a prom, inent club man of Now York, sou of Mr. John H. Gheever of 89 6th av., where thp young oouplo will live for the present. Dr. Holmes, .Mr, and Mi-s. Philip Saltohstall (Miss Sherwood), Mrs. Linzee and family, Mr, Hollis Hunnewoll from NowiiOrt, Ml', and Mrs. Augustus Lowell, Mj'. and Mrs. John D. Choover of CedarhurRt, L. L, Rev. and Mrs. 0. B. Frothin'gham, Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Sohior, Mr. F. W. Bradloo, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Flagg, Miss Haniot Crown-inshield and her fiance, David Coolidgo, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Lyman, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stackpolo and daughters. Mi', .and Mrs. 0. J. AVhitmoro, Mrs. George Baty Blalce, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cowdin (Miss Choevor) of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Coolidgo were among tho sooiety people at tho churoh and house. -The third sooiety bride of the week was Miss Eleanor Hardy, who made a pio-tui'B of girlish beauty and graoe not easily forgotten, as she passed up the aislo of Emmanuel ehuroh Thiirsday at half-past 12, leaning on tho arm of her father, Mr.Al-phous Hardy. Her pure blondo beauty wa.s exquisitely set off by hor princesso gown of white satin, trimmed -with fine tliroad laoo and a cloud of tulle for the veil. An ivory prayer-book was substituted for the lilies of tho valley which the two other brides carried. She woro diamonds. There woro no bridesmaids. Mr. Loefflor, the blondo Symphony orchestra violinlst.waa best man,and Dr. Tlldon, and Mr. Eussoll Sullivan of tho Tavern Club, Mr. A. 8. Hardy, tho bride's brother, with Mr. Regis Post of Now York were ushers. A breaJif ast was served after tho ceremony at tho bride's home on Chestnut St. Mr. and Mrs. Bunker will live in New York. -Mr. George Wheatland, Jr., is visiting Mr. X. F. Gushing at Neivport. Mr. Gushing and his daughter, Mr. K. M. Gushing and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Morso aro still at their cottages, and will remain through the month. -Mi's. J. B. S. Jackson, formerly of Oharlos St., will move from Dorchester into her new houso on .Gloucester st. in about two woolcs. Hor son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Jackson, irillbo with her. -Sir, B. C. Porter is painting a porti'ait of Miss Sally Hai'gous, the brilliant Newport belle of two seasons, which is to carry her rich brunette beauty down to posterity. Tho family nro only awaiting the complo-tion of the pioturo, which .ilready is croat-ing profound interest among Jliss Hnrgous' sot, to leave their Newport cottage for 'Pux-edo. Mrs. Wjlliairi Appleton of Beacon st, is a bister of Miss Hargous, and is said to much resemble her. Porter is fortunate to secure such a beautiful subject, and will be sure to do it justice. -Miss Susan Halo was at Tho Thorndike a fow days last woek en route from the Hales' country houso at Matunuck, R. I., to tho home of the Artist Church and wife on theHiid.son, with whom she is to make a visit, according to her aimual custom. -Prof. E. N. Horsford of Cambridge has retiu-nod from Europe, and, with hia family, was pre.sent at Mrs. P. C. Greenleaf's danoB at Lenox, Jlonday night. Mr. and IiIi's. R. C. Dixoy and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kobcaon also represented Boston society on the occasion. Tlio beautiful ball room was tastily decorated with palms and other plants and all tlio autumnal flowers of tho region. A blazing firo was buruhig in the lU'oplace. Tho gaiests began to assemble soon after 0 o'clock, and Mr. Frederick Tarns led tho german with Miss Marion GroonloatatlO o'clock. The dancing continued till midnight. The favors v.-cro brought fi-om Europe by Mr. and Mrs. Groenleaf especially for this occasion. They consisted of Japanese fans and other Jap.in-cse souvenii'S aiid bonbons in great variety. The supper was one of the best of the seaSon Mrs. Greenloaf received in black satin and cliamonds; Miss Greenleaf woro a beautiful iiiUc toilet of v,-hito. -Cards aro out for tho wedding of Mi&s AlUiea L. Shute and Sir. Benjamin Francis Bwan, which takes place Oct. li, at tho chm-Qh of St. John tho Evangelist, -The arrival of Mr. Chauncey M. Depew, tho celeliratlcn by Mr. George Bancroft, tho historian, of his 00th lilrthday, and tho attempt made by Miss Sallie Hargous to drive a lour-iu-hand were the leading inoi-dcnts at Newport Friday. To Miss Hargous belongs the credit of being tho first lady to handle tho ribbons over four horses. Very late I''riday afternoon Mr. Ai-tliur M. Patlel-ford took out his coach and four, and the only other person on the "trap" was Miss Hargous, who occupied tho box scat. The afternoon wa.'; stni-my and but fow persons were out. Mias Hai-gous held the reins on Nan-ag.ansott av., and Mr. X'adellord looked on with surpriBe. -The delicate and relined Lady Grey Perfumes aro most fascinating. TABLE GOSSIP. -Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Higginaon, Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Hooper and Mr, Greeley. S. Curtis and faiuHy c.amo up from their summer homos at Manoliostor lor tho Abbott-Adams wpdding. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Oodman and Hon. and Mi's. H. 0. Lodge and daughter came from N.ahnnt, Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Wendell from Newcastle, N. H., Mr. P. C. Brooks and fainily andMr. and Mrs. Frod Brooks from West Modford, the Forbes, Fays, AVainwrights, Stovensons and Perkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Copley Amory, from Milton, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wheelwright (13ossio Brooks), Mr. and Mrs. Moorflold Storey and Mr. John T. AVhoelwright came from Jamaica Plain, Professor B. A. Gould and family from Canibridgo, Miss Sally Loring, with tho Endicotts, from Salem, Mi', and Mrs. S. Parkman Blako from York Harbor, and so on. -It you want to buy a gdod houso road our real cstato announcements on pagol4. Mr. T. F. Gushing for tho older set. and his nopho^\''Mv. Grafton Gushing for tho younger, bid fair to bo tho two projnin-ont loaders of tho cotillon in Boston society this winter. �Miss Minnio Barnard, cousin of tho brido of last Wednesday, and one of her bridesmaid's is ono erf tho very pr9ttiost of the buds of last winter. She makes her homo with hor grnndparents, Mr. and BIrs. G. M. Barnard, on Beacon st. -ill: Arthur Donjier and Mr. .Tohan Shroedor are among tho best eciuostrians of thd Beverly shoro cottagers, find aro every afternoon to bo seen on tho road finely mounted and equipped, -^Tho venerable Roy. Dr. Bartol still lingers to onjoy tho beauties of his homo at Manchestor-by-tho-Soaln those loveliest of October days. Ho drives and rows daily and his well bronzed faco and snowy hair malco a pioturo very ploa,sant to soo. -Mr. Charles J. Bonaparte of Baltimore reooivod much attention from, his Harvard classmates and other old friends durmg his stay in Boston last weok. Ho is a gi'aduato of tho class of '71, of which Hon. Henry Cauot Lodge, Mi.'. Arthur Rotoli, Mr. Nathaniel Thayor, Mr. George R. Minot, Mr.' Francis I. Amory, Mr. Dareo Bush, Hon. Edward Burnett, JIi'. Alfred Dabnoy and many more prominent club men are mombors. Mr. Bonaparte mari'ied a very cliarirdng Bcston girl. Miss Ellon Day, granddaughter of the lato James 0. Dunn, -r-Mr, and Mrs. John Denny, Mr.andMra. Franz E. ZerrahUi Miss ICitty Lane and Mr. Bllertou P. Whitney aro enjoying a coaching trip of several days. Their destination is Princeton and Groton.  -I4rs. William P. Fay, sister of tho groom, was one of tho handsomest matrons at tho Abbott-Adiuna wedding, I'uesday, at Quinoy. Mrs. Justice Gray was anotuer, �while of tho brides Mr.s. Franz Zerrahn was perhaps the most prominent and tho most becomingly gowned. Miss Eliso West c.ir-ried off tho palm for beauty .amory; tho yoiiugef set, In which also Miss Ogden of Newport, Miss Alice Oodman and Miss Constance Lodge shone conspicuously. -Sirs. T. M. Brewer and Miss Brewer have returned from their summer at Mar-blehoad Neck and aro at their house on Beaoon st, -K you want to buy a good house road our real estate anuouucemonts on page 14. --If ladios onoo use Lady Grey Sanitary Toilet Powder they will not bo without it. --Mr. Aloxaudor Cochrane and" family nro to remain at their summer homo at Beverly through the most of tho month. -Mr. Horatio Whitwell came up from Newport for the Abbott-Adams wedding I'uesday. --Hon. and Mrs. Georgo S. Hale hare rotumod from their trip to Alaska. -Jliss Lulu Williams was tho most beautiful girl (always saving the bride) at the wedding of jNIiss Barnard and Mr. Gheever at King's Chapel, Wednesday. .-Mr. Fi^anois B. Rice, who last year occupied the houso 171 Marlboro st., has rented for tlVo -wintorMr.FranoisBragiotti's, 208 Beacon St., aud has taken possession with his family. -Mrs. H. H. Gay and family and Mrs. Joseph Dorr, Mrs. Gay's mother, came up from York Harbor Thiu'sday, to their town houses on Chestnut and'Waluut sts. rospec tivoly. -Mr. Barrett Wendell and fainily of Marlboro St. will como up this week from Newcastle, N, H., whore they have oooupiod the Alboe cottage all summer. --Ml'. Bunker's associatosipf tho Tavern Club, and other fellow aitists, turned out royally to honor hia wedding day Tiiursday. Mr. A. Q. Oollins came over from New York, whefo he is busy painting portraits. Mr. 0. H. Walker also oamo over from his studio, and Mr. Swain Giiford, Mr. Appleton .Brown and Bfr. John Sargent were present besides. -Mrs. G. W. Amory is visiting her mother, Mrs. G. T. Bigelow, .at Quinoy. They were both at Adams' wedding Tuesday. -:Mr. Hamilton K. Curtis was ono of the guests at the handsome dinner given at Lenox.Wednesday night by Mr. ajid Mrs. Henry Barclay. A dance followed the dinner. -Mr. Philip Hale's portrait of his dis- tinguishod fatlior. Rev. E. !E. Hale, is on exhibition at the Mechanics' fair, and is attracting much attention. It is a fine piece of work. --Jlr, and. Mrs. Edward Frothiugham and family returned from a three months' trip in Europe on tho Scythia, and aro at their houso on Boacon St. Mrs. Charles Mifflin, Mrs. Frothlngham's mother, has oloaod her Naliant cottage, and is at homo at 200 Beaoon St. �-Mr. Moses AVilliams, Jr., son of Mi'. Mosos Williams of Brookline, and one ol tho most popul.ar men in Harvard '91, was chosen last week president of his class. Mr. Robert Hale, youngest son of Rov. E. B. is secretary. --Quite a party of Somerset Club men attended the opening of tho Harrigau engagement at tho T'l-oniout Theatre, Monday night. Mr. Sohoeffel, just arrived from New York, entertained in his box a number of friends, and the orchestra seats, whioli were cntii-oly filled, hold many a familiar faco. Altogether it \tos a fine houeo, and the warmth of Mi-. Harrigan's reception was unmistakable, ^ho electric doors were all simultaneously swung open at tiio closs of tho performance, showing the perfect ea�o �vfith tho groat building could bo emptied in case of fire. Tomorrow night "Squatter Sovereignty," ono of this clover author-actor's best productiouB, will be playod, with his famous Molntiro and MoGuire songs. --Miss Annio Fishor and Mr. Albert E. Carr, son of Mr. John Carr, president of tho First National Bank, ivilj bo married AVcdnesday evening at the Dudley Street Baptist church, Roxbiiry. -Mr, and Mr.s. R gin;ild H. Ward attended the very fimart wedding breakfast of Jliss Isabel Scott and Mr. Douglass Stewart Grant, iirothcr oi the famous beauty. Miss Adele Gr;uit, in London, iasi before sailing for home last week. Mrs. Fanny Carter Renolds wa.s also � guest, looking radiantly handsome. -Mr. Clayton Johns, tho well-kno-s\-n pi.anist, has lotnrned from Ids summor in Em-ope, and i� at 71 Newburj- st. -Such is the curiosity about Miss Ada Rehan's .ige, sjiecially since her recent brilliant ong.-igement at the Hollis Street, that it may bo worth wliile to stato th,^t she is barely on the right sido of 40. ' But what's the odds, when .slio looks scarcely holf that, and will keep on looking so for a good long while yet, and delighting our oyes and enchanting our ears as no other actress ever did or could. -Tlie drag hounds of the Myopia Hunt Club met last Saturday for tho last timo this season at the Chobucco House at -i p. m. Mr. Frank Seabury was master as usual. The men have had some splendid sport this year and the season-including tho very popular series of dumer-danoeB at tho Che-baooo House, over which Mrs' Edward B. Haven, Mrs. F. H. Prince and Mrs. Honry D. Burnham so gracefully presided-has been exceptionally successful. Mru. F. L. Higgmson was tho fourth matron, but served only at tho enrUcr ones, owing to the death of hor father, Dr. Borland. Mr. Marshall Abbott, Mr. Bryce Allan, Mi-. Frank Seabmy and Mr. Arthur Rotoh were the hosts. Tho Myopia Club is extending its domain, having' recently leased a lorgefield of 12 aoies ol Mrs. Pingreo of Wenhum, Bo as to have room for a new polo ground, suited to tho increusuig demanda of this well-equipped club. TABLE GOSSIP. -^Mr. and Mrs. Alanson Bigolow, Jr., sailed for Europe yesterday in tho Soythia, to bo absent on an oxtonded trip.   ^ -Mrs. John Cliapuian of Now Y'ork (Miss Tinimins) is visiting hor aunt, Mvs. Martin Brimmer. Sho-\vasono of tho visitors at tho art gallery of tho Mechanics Hall on Friday. -^Mrs. R. C. Dixoy of Beaoon st. gavo another 'of hor delightiul musicalos on Tuesday at hor Lono.\; cottage, which was followed by a luncheon given in honor of Mr. Peter Mario, tho well-known New York society man. Mrs. Dixoy has admir.ibly sustained lior position as a roprescntiitivo of Boston's 400 at Lenox this season, and her ontortaiiimonts havo boon frequent and elo-gant. She wn-s Miss Tajipan o� Boston, and is a very attractive, brilliant woman. -Mr. George P. Field has closed his cottage at Mai'blohead Nock and returned with his family to 23.1 Nowbury st. -T-Mr. B, J, Lang .and family are at homo, at 8 Brimmer St., attcr their summer at tho Rod Rock House, Lynn. -^Mi.ss Emelino Stackpolo of Roxbury and Mr. Thomas St. .Tohn Lockwood willho married at tho Arlington Street churoh (Rov. Brooke Horford's), Oct. 1-1. They will live in Marlboro st. -Mr. aud Mrs. J. Brooks Fenno aro at homo at Louisburg sq., from Milton. --Mr. Bartliold Sclilosingor and family havo returned to their fine estate in Brook-lino for tho winter, -�Some rare bargains in real estate aro announced today on page 14. -Col. T. W. Higginson is building a summer residence at Dublin, N. H. -^Tlie Beck Hall men at Harvard havo a now cement tennis court. -Mrs. Samuol  Batoholdor and Miss Batchelder loft Cambrldgo last wook for Colorado Springs, -wliore thoy will pass tho coming winter and spring. -^Mr. Honry Diu'.ant Choovor, who was married to Miss Maud Barnard at ICing's Cliapel, Wednesday, is president of tho Wow York Okronita Electric Company. Ho-is a graduate of Harvard College, class of "JO, and an oxoeptionally clover fellow. -The installation of tho Rov. John AV. Day of Ithaca, N. Y., as ministor of tho First Parish, will tako place next AVcdnos-day afternoon at 2.a0 o'clock in tho old meeting-house, Hingham. Tho principal p.irts of the services willho by tho following ministers: Sermon, Rev. Georgo AV. Briggg, D. D., of Cambridge; installing prayer, Rov. Chai'los G. Amos of .Boston; charge to the pastor. Rev. Edward A. Hor-tou of Boston; right h.iud of foUowslilp, Rov. Oharlos T.Billings of Hingham; address t9 tho people, Rov. H. Price Collier of Brooklyn, N. Y. Others will take part, and tho quartet ohou' of tho First chui'oli, Boston, will sing. ~Nowfiu'trimmings.Flleno's,10Wintorst. -Maj. J. P. Frost has boon ovorwbolmcd with congratulations upon the suoooas of his handsome 3-year-old stallion Albrazia, who took tho blue ribbon at Providence and Woonsocket last wook. Two first prizes in ono week ought to satisfy oven tho gallant major's liigh aspirations. , -It has boon a very interesting assom- bllng of gentlemen at Mt. Desert this summer in tho persons of President Eliot, Doan 0. C. Everett, Profs. Francis G, Peabody, Thayer and Toy, Dr. Alexander McKonzio, Rovs. W. J. Nichols of Philadelphia, Samuol Elliot of Colorado, John G. Brooks, tho well-known reformer; F. L, Hosmor of Clovoland, and William H. Lyon of Roxbury, all representative Unitarians of this country. Thoy loft a most pleasing romi-nisoenoo of their presence in their successful efforts to liberato a littlo union churoh at Northeast Harbor fi'onj its embarrassing debt. -Some rare bargains in real estato aro announced today on pago Id. -ABostonlady'snprvo, Ou'thofirat day of September tho oastbound passongor train on the Northern Pacific railroad, in crossing tho Cascade mountains in tho Stato of AVaahington was badly wrookod. Sovon oars loft the rails and pUmged down tho embankment. Among tho passongers on the ill-fated train was ii woll-lcnown Boston lady, Mrs. A. H. Flower. Tho cur sho was in was sinfislied into Icindllng wood; two paBsangers in tho next seat to hor u'oro killed and all tho others in tlio car badly injured. After tho timber^ of the wreck which pinnod hor down woro romovod .sj)0 rogjiinod consciousness and couragoously had hor wounds dressed v/itliout taking an opiato of any kind, ono of her hm'ts being a out from tho eyebrow to tho top of her lioad, clean to tho skull. Hor indomitablo ivill no doubt made her recovery possiblo. Mrs. Flower Is tho daughter of Mr. Richard Pickering of Seattle, and gTiiuddaughtor of the late Gov. AVillinm Pickering, -who u-as twice elected governor, of AA'asIiington. Her many friends will bo glad to know of her snfo arrival home and that sho is on tho road to recovery, although still confined to her room. -A most useful toilet article Is Lady Grey Toilet Cream. -Tho engaKomont is announced of Miss Lucy Bouvo of Newbury st.to Mr.AVilliam H. Thayer. Miss Bouvo is at her father's country houso at Hingham. Sho is a daugliter of Mr. Thomas Bouve, and a sister of Mrs. Francis Osborne. -Mr. and Mrs.' Honry M. Knowlos of Dorchester oi'e at tho Imperial, Now York. -Miss Agnes OIney, who has been at Falmouth all tsummor, is visiting Miss Minot, tho sister of hor fiance, Mr. Georgo Minot, at Bar Harbor. --Doylo is now reoeiving daily tho beautiful and fragrant Russian viotots, a special variety of which he has handloa oxclusivcly for the past five years. The Duchess of Albany and American Beauty roses displayed in Doyle's window tho past wook aro some of tho finest ever seen in Boston at this season of the year. -Mr. Marshall JC, Abbott of tlio Myopia Hunt Club paid a flying visit to Now Yoric lost wook, molung hitJ headquarters at tho Brunswick. -Ml'. Joseph Chamberlain, tlio British statesman, spent most of last -week at tlie United States Hotel, Saratoga, with a party of friends. Mrs. Chamboriain, who is even handsomer than in her days of bollcship as Miss Endioott, is in Salem with herpni'enfs. --Liout. Ludwg Paul Carl Klipfol, tliu Prussian otticor who is to marry Miss El-wood at Bar Harbor this montli, is expected from Europe this wook, with his best man. Mrs. A. L. Devons of Beacon St., Miss El-wood's sister, is with her. -Ml'. Arthur Nikisch, the Symphony orchestra conductor-aud tho most popular ono, both wth his men and tho public, that Mr. Higginson has yet secured-arrived from his v.acation in Europe last Saturday, and with Mi'S. Nildsuh and family is domiciled in a cosy house in Jamaica I'laiii, wliich ho has rented for tho muter. As tho abft'iicoof his household last year seemed to be the one thing w.inting in Mr. Nikisch's perfect satisfaction and content, wo shall look for a very happy-faced Symphony cou-duolor on tho opening night. -Tho pupils of tho Now England School of Dramatic Instruction will present Oct. 2-1, at Union Hall, "Miss Chester," by Sir Charles Young and Miss Florence Mar-ryatt. This is i ta first production in America. The following pupils uro in thoca.-it: Miss Etta B. Rich, Miss Maud Athy, Mii.s Emily B. Bromhall, Mr. F. H. Thonip.soii, Mr. G. F. Farron, Mr. Curl Scranton, ftfr. IJ. M. Ryan, Mr. S. D. Salman and Mr. T. M. Reilly. During tho season Miss Anna 1'. Pendleton, Miaa Mildred St. Pioi're, Miss A. B. Roberta, Miss Annie ICeruan, Miss Maud States, Miss E. 0. Coffey, Miss L. N. Brooks, Miss L. E. li'iBoher, Jliss McDonald, ]\Iis.s Ella Murdock, Miss Leo, Miss linibbs. Miss Averill, Miss Hagerly, Miss Calhoun, Miss Belle Stacoy, BIr. W. E. .Rao and Jlr. John AV. Boss, all students at this institution, and will appear. All busiues.s lu-rangements iriJl be in charge of Mr. Charles A. Bancroft, and tho stage couducted by tho principal, Mr. Hem-y M. Pitt. -Mi'S. Humplireys of tho Evans House, the leading manicure, has by far the best exhibit of the kind at tho Mechanlos'Fair ever attempted in Boston, audita succes.'!, already assured, is fully do.served. Her skin preparations -ivhich are already famous and oonstautly in use by hot eooiotj- patrons, lu-o so fine and cCiJaoious that they aro selling at the Foir more rapidly almost than sho can supply them. -ilrs. F. AV. Andrews of Beacon st, is still at Newport and will not close her cot-togo foi some weeks. She held Imt Wednesday afternooa reception last week at usual. TABLE OOSSIP. Ilf DRILL EEHnLATIOKS. -Mr. John J. H. Corcoran of Oambridgo has rotumod from a throo months' trip through tho North. -The Porcelain Club of. Harvard Col-logo will not movo into its now houso for s'everal weeks yet, though tho exterior is now well complotod. --Mrs. J.amos .and hor son-in-law and d.iughter. Mi-, and Mrs. J. Boss Troup, tho lattor Stanley's companion in Africa, will leave Cambridge tho last of tho month and return to England. -Tho wedding of Mr. Charles H. Ditson of tho New Y'ork music publishing firm of Ditson & Co. to Miss Tanner ivill ho an ovont of Tuesday next. . -Tako timo onougli today to oxamino the list of real cstato bargains on page 14. -Mr. and Mr.s. John C. Gray and family of Beaoon st. returned from if short trip abroad in tho Scythia last week Saturday. -Mr. Arbhiir Moson Little, son of .Mr. Samuol Littlo of AA''iu'ren st. Roxbury, has been at tho Curtis Hotel, Lenox, during tho week. Mr. John Shcpard imd hia brido woro also guests at the Curtis. -The marriage of Miss Evelyn Scdioy AA''yman, daughter of Mr. Abraham G. AVy-man, of Edon St., Charlestown, and Mr. George Napier Towlo, will tako place AV^od-iiesday evening, October IGth, at 7.30 o'clock, in tho Harvard Unitaridn church in Charlestown. A hirgo reception will follow at tho reaidonco of tlio bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Towlo will rosido on Elm at., .Brookline, -Nvhoro thoy will bo at homo AVedncsdays.NovombcrlOth and 20th. --The village dimco in tho first sceno of "Tho Dead Heart" at tho Hollis Street, in which Mr. O'Neill ia tho personification of youtliful grace and tho spirited duel in tho^econd act between him and Mr. Whiting, aro Uvo of tho most striking features of the deeply interesting play and never fail to call forth gonuino applause nightly from tho lai'go audiences. -Take time onougli today to oxamino tho list of roa! ostnto biirgnins of pago 14. -The engagement ia announced of Miaa Nellie Plunimor of Auburndalo and Mr, .John L. Brook, tho artist. -Mr. David P. Kimball and family of Commonwealth av. are at homo, after a summer spent at tho Profllo House, White Momitains. -Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kidder, who aro with Dr. and Mrs, Burnett and family, and Mr, aud Mrs. Montgomery Soai'a, are iiiftong the littlo colony of sooiety people who still linger at Southboro, wlioro the loliago is said to bo especially fluo this year. Dr. and Mrs. .losoph A. AVlnldor of Harria av., Jamaica Plain, havo soul out cards for tho miirriago of their daughtor. Miss Harri-otto ElUoott Winklei', to Mr. Philip Hoffman Downes, on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 15, at C.30, at St. John's church, .Inmaioa Plain. Mr. .Downos is a grandson of tho lato Com. Down, U. S. N, -Miss Daisy Hodges has joined her mother, Mi'S. Charles E. Hodges, at J.iffroy, N. H. Miss Ames and Mr. Nowoll are of tho party. -After oxporimonting with speculators Mmo. Pinault's exceptional French talent in refining tho roughest skin becomes still more accepted. -Mr. George 0. Munzig was ono of Mr, Ai'thur M, Padolford's very joHy coaching party which ho took from Newport to Soa-comiot Point on Tiiursday. -IVIr. and Mrs. Charles Whitney havo returned from Narraganaott Pier to their house on Beacon st. -Tiie presentation of old and standard coniodios will bo a special feature of this aemi-centonnial year of tho Boston Museum, tho brilliant stock company for 1800-81 having been especially organized mth retor-onco to a fittmg production of an increased number of tho "glorious old comedies." -Mrs. Dr. Edward M. Harding is stopping for a fow days with Oapt. Riohiu'd Harding at Yarmouth, Mo. -Tho marriage of Miaa Proctor, tho only daughter of SIi'. and Mrs. Thomas B. Proctor, and Mr. CJiarlos Rioo of Oommojiwoalth av. will tako place this month. Tho Proc. tors havo moved up from Bovorly to thoir town houso, on Boiioon st. -That brilliant society drama, "The Charity Ball," which ran all last year at tlio Lyoaum Then tro, New York, will como to the Hollis Street a week from Monday night, when a succession of Daly audlonoea will bo ropoatod. -Major and Mrs. Turner (tho lattor for- mnrly M'-'s. Abagiiil T\iokor) uro receiving congratulations upon tho birth of a daughter. Thoy havo recently rotm'ned from an oxtonded tour in Europe, and aro at Mrs. Turner's house, tho Quinoy estate, in Dor-'chestor. -The revival of "Littlo Em'ly" will bring to tho Boston Muaoum a very largo and uishionablo audience tomorrow night and an exceptionally brilliant porfonnanco is assured. Miss Clarke who makes hor first appearance this season will bo cordially wolcoined, as also will be Miss Addison (Mrs. Pitt). -Galvin, tho florist, has opened his branch atoro in the Vendome. This is wol-oomo news to hia many patrons in tho Back Bay district, who can have their orders filled as promptly as at tho main store on Tremont st. Tlie now rose, the Duchess of Albany, and tho superb American Beauty aro at their best at Galvin's. His Russitm violjOtfj aro as fresh and fragrant as ever. Th6ro havo been several dinner parties tho past woek at tlio Algonquin Club, for wliioh Galvin has furnished tho decorations. -Miss   Belle Botsford,  tho brilliant yoxmg violinist, gavo a charming concert at Greenfield, Thursday, at which tlio elite of that town woro fully roprosentod. TlieLotus Gloo Club assisted. Mrs. Botsford and daughter aro occupying a very protty flat on Durham st. for tho winter. -Mr. E. E. Clark's Bluo Book for tho now year will bo out Doc. 10.' Ho will combine in this publication tho Bluo Book and Club Book together, thus maldng a very useful and atti'aotivo book, and a most acceplnblo Christmas present, -Mr. Grooloy S. Curtis and family will remain at thoir cottage In Manohestor during tho month. Capt. Nathan Appleton was his sister, Mrs. Curtis', guest last week. -It was like that big-hearted morohant, Mr. Ebon Jordan, to give his entire oorpa of employes tho groat pleasure of listening to tho opera of "Robin Hood," Friday night, at the Music Hall.' It was only ono of the many generous acts for whicli ho ia so well known. -The threo autumn races of tho Country Club will tako place Satiu'day afternoon. Oct. 2C, AVednesday, Oct. 20, and Saturday, Nov. 1. Thoy will be oxclusivcly for gentlemen riders, with tho oxc^tion of tho steeple chases aud tho po.ny hwdle race. Tho pink coat liunter'a handicap Bteoplo chase (always tho groat; feature) will come off at ! p. m. on tho lust day of tho races, for a ohallengo cup, presented by G. 11. AViirrcn, Esq., for quahfied half-brod hmitars owned by members of the Jlyopia Huiit Club. Mr. A. AV. Si.edmiin, Mr. A. P, Gardner and Mr, Hugh A. Allan ai'o tho Htowards. Should it bo necessary to postpone tho races on account of bad weather, notice will bo posted at the Somerset Oiub and Parker House by 12 o'clock, and thoy will tako place on the next fine day. -^^Mr. James LaM'ronco and Mr. C. H. Joy camo down from Groton Friday to moot tlio New York Coacliing Club men, who started yesterday fi'om the A''tndomo on their drive to�Groton, via Cambridge, Lexington, Concord, Acton and IJttloton. Chiuiges of horses woro made at the Cca-toriniul House in East Ijcxington, at Concord and at the Magog Lake House in North Acton, Horsos aud grooms wero .sent on from Newport Thursday, The men who tooled tho coach are J. R. Roosevelt, F. K. Stm-gea, C. H. Joy, T. A. Haveincyor, Frederick Bronson, James Lawrence and Presoott Lawrenoo.The lattor drove from Boston to Eo-stl Lexington ivith his horses, sent down from Newport. From East Lexington aud Couoord tho couoh was tooled by Mr. Havo-meyer's team; from Concord to North Acton, by Mr. Joy's fii'Stteam; ui.\d from Noith Acton to Groton, by Mr. Joy's second team, each ow-ner handling tho reins over' his own horses. Tho jiarty will spend today at Mr. Joy'6 Bunimer residence. Col Edmands Gontiniies His Criticisms. Board , Should Prepare a Work Brief, Clear and Simple. Soldioring Must Moan Business, Not ITsoleas Show. LADIES' liennis Plain and Ftir-Trimmed The Gales of Araby are not Bpicier tliun tho nromu which the fragrant Sozobont imparts to the breath. Nor Is tho howt of the ivory nut whiter than the teeth that uro cleaned daily with that maUihleBS fluid. Tajut, time tmough today to examine the list of real estuto bargains on page 1*. In its issue of Soptomber 0, tho Army and Navy Register, continuing its publication of the proposed now drill rogulations for tho army, gives tho first iiifitalment oC what the tactical board denominates tho "Extended Order." Frequent cross roforoncoa by paragraph numbers arc made. As theso are more or leas confusing, the best way to try to understand what is intended will bo to quote aomo of tho paragraphs and rofor-oncos, thus: ecu. Tho squna is tho basis of oxtonded orrtor. MunwllllioliuiglittoioRiirUtho saimU lis Uio unit Irom which thoy ought iiovor to ho sciiaratcili but 11' tho BCimid should bo brolceii up or tho moii hucoino liopiu'iito, tlioy phico themsolves niulor tho ordors oC tho nearest lender, anrt'rwrmlu wuh his aqimd ns If It w.-is tho ono lo which thoy originally hrtonged. Officers iind sovBcanls -n-lll glvo their nltcnUon to pvcscvvliiB tho intogilty of tho sciuads; tlioy nppolnt now lomlers to ropluoo those disabled, organl-.!0 now squads whmi iiocc4i8ary,.and aoo that every man Is lihiood In a squad. con. This Instruction, on account of Jta Import-niico, wUl bo givoii ns soon n� the rooruito liavo )md a fow drills In close order, 'fho moolumlsm of tho movomont Is taught on Uio drill ground (pars. 115 and 110), with ovory attention to detail. Afterward tho inovomonta ara exooulod on varied ground, malting use oj tho aocldonts of tho snriaco for cover, etc,, and obson-lng tho conditions of battle. Tho referonooa to paragraphs 1.15 and IIG aro mado to remind the reader of the formation and compoaitlon of tho squads, thus: llfi. Tho rooriilts aru divided Ir^to groiiiw of about seven mou, to represent squads, each under tho command of a coi-poral, who Is tho Instructor (par. 13). Tho object ia to glvo tho corporal tho oonlldonce and exporloncQ necessary to qualify him as squad loader, while at the same (Imo teaching the loomlls tlio movomoiils in oloso and extended order. The corporal, as squad ioador, Is posted ns tho lef li man in the front rank. (Soo par. 0). Tho roar tanlc man who covors tho corporal steps Into tlie front rank whonover the latter loaves lila place; this fllo romahis blank until tho corporal resumos Ida place In ranks. 110. Wlion tlio guide is aimounood In tho command, tho man on tho designated flank oonduots tho the uiardi, but In no other respect acts as guldo. To aeouatom tho recruits to their rtntles in all poal-tloiiB Uioir places will fioquoiitly. bo chnnged. Paragrapha 0 and 12, to which rofor-oncos aro mado, aro as follows; I). In tho dlfl'erent schools tho posts of tho olTloors and non-eommlsslonod onicors are apeciiled, but, as Instruetor, thoy go wherever thoir jircaouoo lanaces-aary. 12. Gfinorally Borgoanta and oorpomis aro tiio In-fitruotora, under tlio suporvialon of an otUcer, but the captain oocaalomaiy roqulrea Uio lloutcmmta to aot as histruotora. From these ^laragraphs, it appears that a squiid, which is the basis of tho oxtonded order, is a group of about sovon men coin-niaiu oil by a corporal. This is ratlior in-dcflii to, but tho infcronoo is fair that the boait'a idea of a squad is a group notex-ceci ing eight men including tho corporal in clarge. ! Extended order seems to bo a lino' of squads, but it is not explained until piu'a-graph GOO is reaohod, thua: X.1M0 ol Sauads. 500.; Tho normal Inton'al hotweon sqnnda is about 15 paces; when a groater or loss interval ia to bo token It wlU bo stated in tlio oommauds. Jdarohing In line, to form line of aqnada: 1. ii'ne 
                            

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