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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                We liate just opened tlicso FAMOUS BLAMETS, with French line borders, all made from the finest stock, and warranted every Ilbre wool. PRICES. eox80 - 72x84 - - $6.! - $7.! 80x90 - - -90x94 - - - Ex-imlnatlon invited. ISHEfflMFLANmS. 200 pieces of these WELL MOm GOOBS, In WHITE, SCARLET and BLUE MIXED. Prices from Per Yard. For nnderclothing, sitirts and all domestic purposes it Is the best fabric in the United States. We Inlro-dnccd these celebrated goods to our customers oyer twenty .rears ayo, and they have stood the test of time, giving uncinJilified satisfaction. Wo will also offer on Monday >5 pieces  of the  SHEEP'S GRAY MIXED    UNSIIUINKING   SlIAKElf FLANNELS, in both twilled and plain, at Per Yard. This is made cxclushely for us,and Is the bent low-priced flannel ever made for Children's NIGHTGOWNS and UNDERWEAP.. Special Bargains for Monday, 65 pieces All-Wool French Henrietta Cashmeres, in all the new fall shades, 40 Indies wide, we shall offer at PER YARD. Good value for $1.00 per yard. Special Bargain, 100 Embroidered French Robes at 500 pieces of the famous Merrimack Foulards, caslimero linish, 32 inches wide and warranted fast colors, in handsome large plaid effects and Hgures; also, some Black and M'hitc Mourning Effects win be offered on our bargain counter, near the elevator, Monday, at lEPAlJOimi^i ^/ir^STER STREET. PER YARD. They cannot be found elsewhere In Boston. Send for samples. SBEPASI),iRWEIi&GO, WENTER STREET. IILITAST AND NATA ll. Ancients' Fall Field Day at Plriladelpliia. Distinguished Marksiuen to Slioot at Walnut Mill, Oct. 17. Grape ai^l Oanister and Grand Army Hotes of Interest, Tlie Ancient and Haiiorablo Artilloiy Company of Massiicliusotts, Ciipt. AVillinm Hatch Jones, will celelirato its 2[il\i field daj- toiiiorroiv. The company, acoompaiiied liy -Joan Mis-Bud's Salom Cudet bnnd, .'ifi pieces,irill l(.'nvo the armory in Fanouil Hall at 2,'JO p, u;., to-rnorrow, and ulter a short parade, marohinu througli Qiiincy market, will proceed to Fa!) KivBr by special tr;nn from the Old Colony fitation, luieehuid St., at ;).40 p. ni. En route to the station the column will march via .Quincy mai'kol, Couunercial, St.ito, Washington and Kjjeoland nUi. It pleasant, a short parade will be made in Fall Kiver, alter wliicli the company will have ample time tn  ..; Col. J. G. ChriTidkr U. S. N.; Col. G. 'W. ICreamer, G. A. It.; and Rev. U>vmat Bradl^t-. On the r'oriipHiiy',sr(;iurTi to Bo.^ton. Timrs-day 3)lO^I3^l^^ it --.vj]! arrive \i\ th(* Olti <.''0l-oiiy fitation. Park luid marcii via Purk ^Q,. Pleabiiiit, AVa-sliiinrifii au r.I.VilIA, Oct. 4, ISOO. CapT. �\VilHun. H. .lonth: Our nruKiry ih at ytaii bt;rvicf.-. hotjiiuuitv ol the ytiUtz'^Ai-H if. Iiciiitily (>xt<.Ti..UMi to the Ancl^uts during thtlr tuiy iu I'h'Iudt-lphia. Field Day of the Firfit. Ool. Tlioinaa K. Matb(;'.vs in't^'t-noral orders 13, announces the Xollo'.\iny loutine of duty for his coiniiiuiid: 1. In uccDr(lnii'.x'v,-lUi gf-rifral ordi-rs, No. 34, A. G. 0. <'urr'trit�(:n<_-8.. ihib n-ninctit v.-Ul iwrlonn i'.n ur.Tiutd diVA at li I&:j!i;jy, Oft. 3 3,38.00, In compliunce Willi liit- irnvAn:iu-h\k ul" (Ir* mt}jil:i JI. Th:t ijt-ld. f.u.tr, nnn-noijiiiafciiloi.i-cl bUfr, heiid-quiir! ,G,}1, ilui.a h \^1U K.i-.jylUj tbe n-ljuiujjt :it Kiif-clr.iid f',. ttfitut:., u. C. K. h. Jind I'Tiil.ark -�m t:�:-rUAUtAui.:7.rA> u.ln.   C^.m^.v-ny J r.t hn'CUjU ute-\luT X:-i'.:ii i.:;,v;ii,; �inii-.w-ju ui i^lli a. va., rtUiru-Uv,'   U'v.i Ji.olora   ;.t   5.no  p, in.  Cuiu- j,ji:,y        o:.    rt-[;;u::r   tir.m   J( uviHf I'.It^t v- ^.r,(i n jii-, i.iiiniir.^ :vt r;.-i5 ii. u.. ituin \t;n- I^'Ut'Tt;. 'I;.'; (.j.-.-c-nil Xraiv. wilh :�-tiiiuii.lfT i.-r.iui-:u-.via j.-:;v.; Kt-w iitrlfoi-'l :a C.}C, y. ui., i:rr\-Uii' :;i h'^kU.i. ui V i^. in. C'.nr.'uuW.i. v'M \m- .m,. fcii-'M-^; to f:.rn JI) !�(� ..:d:,;,(;ff wllh s.t.tili'.'U m lUi*-;lh*-?vTr �-J5i     t..-j,ii:a;;K-a Uy iht- cns.puuy k-ii.-r. (Viu- jicrmSt t!,t j';i.hti:;g('('I f:'.U!.l�-i in-fcii'l ftr-in iri.iii!.'. rj.f; jnrif:;-!i \l- >jJ:. K. I'.. ::h(i N'luli ^[.r.^,0^*. j:'.. M Ji> u u...w.-. Xl.i- ::rrr.i.!'Ml," aV'-'^J^ii �It!:,  ir-'in  hf  porI with a full enrolment and an attendiuieo fully up to that of the Juno fmcampnient; anything lesa wUI not be flatisfaclory, IJy order of Ool. TuoMAH K. jVIatijf,w.s, Sauvfx Iloiiiis, 38L lieutenant and adjutant. I'ield Day of the Bighth. Col, J. Alljci't Mills has issuetl tUo follow-order.s to tho 8th Infantry, M, V. M.: J. In at'cordance with general ordorK, No. l-t, A. G. O. 0. S., this reglnient wdl parade for Us jiiirnial drill at Beverly, Friday, Oct. 1.0, II. The Held and Btaft (othev thaii those hereafter innnlJoneii;, C. HUifC and baud will leport to colonel comrnnudhiR, In futlKue dreas, at Xorlh licv-erly depot,fit 0 o'cloeU a. m.; iVIaj, W. M, "Ward, I'ayniastor John 0. "Nynriier and Hospital Steward Georje A. I). Btlckuey will report to Lieut.-Col, C L, Dudijo at the armory of Company I'l, Beverly, at 8.30. ill. Comtnandeis of companies, with their coinpa-nU'K in heavy nuirc'lUnii order, drcsB coala, and hol-melB packed in ItnapHUcUa, -with great coats rolled and Htrapped tlterean, will report as ioUowK! Coin-patUcH A, U, O, F, II, I and L to the adjutant, at 2North llevorly, at 0 o'eloclv. Companiea I>, K and M tu Lleut.-Cul. l>odi;e, at the time and plane abo\(! mentfoaea. Company c.jjnmamh'fa will Imve their nmtjtcr and aHblgmncut rolls ready for delivery upon their arrival at lieverly. IV. The dresii Hword and beU will be worn dnrlnf; the tmtire four of duty, ICullHted nien will not w*:fiir collar.s, but will iirovide thc^ni!ielveK with white gloves for Ihc dresi> jiiirade. The IleUl and Htaff will forward llieir dn-PH unl/oriufi to Lleat.-C'ol. Dodge, Town Ilall, Beverly, the day prevh)ns. Y. IlaveraaeUn will be worn ont.he rlRht side and cnnteenH on the left. Kach man will provide hlm-t'elt with t(5ii or cotTeo and Randwlchrs for a lunch, with a halt-pint tin mip In havernaek. THnuer wHl bo furnished by ihe clilzenu of Beverly at '2 o'c.locU. VI. Details for the color (juard will be nuuhi as foUowB: One corporal each from Companies A,B, 0, r, J and L, who will report Ui iJie adjutant at the time imd place meutloiied in parai;raph III. YIl. Thf formations for the day will be aalfoUowa: l^ll^it compftides at North Beverlv. l.etk r     C    B    A     n     O     L 2     0     4     7      3      8     fi     : I'.leven eontpauU-s at IJevorly. F    3i    -M    i:    (i    U    .V    L  (! i;    -1     ti    0   11    3   10    Tt    0    7    X leave the several alatlons aa KIght. 1) a. m. . .7.rJ0 . ,8.30 . .7.*i;i . .7.:-tG . .7.C7 . .8.08 Fare. Ouc. nuc. 75e. OUc. romp.Tuy i:), UCe. L'onipany 1,   30c. f>Oe. 20e. VIU. Tlie tndnu wil follows: Auiesbury.......... is'ew bury J tort....... lliivcrbiU........... NuitU Audovi:r...... bomerviUc.......... Lynn.............. Lynn.............. MarUebuaU........, GhniceiiU'r____ fcaUui............. JittuKJu;; leave Beverly a3 follows: Ameflbury and 5t'wbnryiiori, ri.2ii; ^Jortli Audover and Haverhill, D.r.M; UiuaoeHter, Salem, .MarUIehead, Lynn aiid Snii,t;r\1I]c, CO-. \X. Couunandcra (jrf companies wU! bo expected to Uilie (��it-ry \nnn upon ibejr rollB who 1ft well enough to j'g. Mt-ii clnhuuii; to be ill muBtturnlBh a phyfaiciaii'.i t''-rLi:lcui>', to be forwarded v/lth llpi of abt>t-nt''cti.  Tlibi Is Iniperalivo and mant beulrlctly X-. 'J'!)!' li'll'-Avinj: have been v�arrant uTi>\ Jii::n-k Ii. hi\)ifi- (ij-nnBrrrrcd Jrorn C'om-piMiy J.ati ti'-)j;r;iut, to &crve Ub h:U i^cnc-ral f;uide. S(.'!^;t.. Otih T. LUlh-luld, A. Co:p. >:a'..;ai !�. ltodi;e. Jr., A. Corp.  . Lymnii il. I):iin'lin;ly. I>. iiy(UUtw] C'.O, J. Alb(-:'t".M::]rt. I'l.iu T. Clavtoj;, I'irbi Lii.-iiti-mi:ii       Adjutant. DiElintruifched. Markt".mcn'y Shoot. In }:: in State h'-adauaricrB ye,stt-j-day aileruotui, Aujt.-Gf-n. J>;iJt>in suyh: "A roniia-iiiion if- aulbor-j/.t-d ff'i'  nii-n. Said coitipctilioii will bu ai thu distauccii and iov ;!io trophies 75  ^i^h ^ ^looks, hmi IicHTily oml)roi(lere(l5 in drab only, at AVortli $1.00. !'l 1 lot Children's Cotton Flannel Com binatlon Night Drawers, In 3 sizes, made of good (|uallty flannel, for this sale Worth tSc. 1 lot Children's Short Flannel Skirts, Yvlth waist and withont, In differertt styles, emhroldercd and tucks, always sold for .$1.00 to $1.50, for this sale, choice 1 lot ladies' Walking Skirts, witli extra deep lionnce of llainbnrg and 5 clusters of tucks abore yoke band, extra dnaiity cotton, for tills sale 'B Worth $1.50. FINE ALL-WOOL DOUBLE WARP HENRIETTAS. so pieces 40 Inches wide at 75c. Yard. 25 pieces 40 inches wide at 87 l-2c. Yard. 20 -pieces 40 inches wide at SI.OO Yard. 15 pieces 40 inches wide at $I.EO Yard. Unusual values, perfect in color and finish. CAKE. Willi cacli cake will ho given free one Autogravure, 22x28 Indies, re produced from Ilnest paintings. urn. W8MTER STREET. .stated in eoiioral onlors No. 18, imd it ivill practice, wlio will arrantro dotiiilN and attend to tlioii' execution. I'ay and triuispor-tation will bo allowed to oonipotitors and to Buch ofticcra and non-comjnlsHionod ottioerH, not oxceodinBlivo in number, as may bo detailed for duty in connection with tuo ooni-petitioji. ISntrio.s to bo made direct to inspector geuernl of riile practice, on or before Oct. in. Col. AT. L. Clia.so, assistant inspector ijnneral ot rifle praotico, will act as uiu.stpnng ollicer. Soldiers' Home at Clielsea. Tlio loUowinB-namod articles havo been erivoji to the Soldier.s' Homo, Chelsea, during tho past iortnijflit; Jltino lU(loi)pndcnt  Iltlief Corps,  Iludson, for room 0-Uuaf-imn, bruflU and featlusr clu�tor. � W. It. C, 2D, -VVnllluiin, Jorroom 13-Dust-pun and Ijruali, noor bruuh, fouDipr duster. ^Y. Jl. c:., 101), BrouWluo-Uuttnn easy chair, jav pciai;lw8, Jiir (ireservo, 1 onko. W. �. C, t)7, LoxlUBlon-Fruit and calto. Mrs. S. E. I'uise, Boston-Vuno for room 2i. From ii frlcnd-l comforttir, 1 towels, 2 night slilrtH, 4 pillow Hllps, 4 himdkfrclilefH, 0 collars, necU-lics and loadlni! matU'.r. �V>-. 11. C, 77, Gloiiwfifer-2 rugs, floor briisli, 1 clinlr, liiinbreciuln, polo and fixtures. "W. it. C, 70, Hrlghton-FeatUor duster for room 51. IMra. l>. IIorricK, UrlKhtou-Basket flo-wers and reading matter. Sirs. Joaeiih Dennett, Brighton-Box poaolies and ret^.dlny matter. Jtra, 21. II. Jtlohardsoa, Mcaford-1 pair pillow filuuns for room 3. Sirs. I. v. WU, Medtord-1 pair pillow shnms for room B. W. It. C, 41, Foxbovo-3 ruRB, 2 chair cubUIoub, 1 alarm (;loelc, 1 laundry liag, 1 lambrequin, 3 to\^-els, 2 wall iiuckots. Jlrs. GoorBo F.. Ipm, Orovo Ilall, Koxbury-3 whlU'iiWrts, OpalrcullB, 12 collars,!) pair socks, 8 packs playlut; caidu, candy and ijrapoB foe hos-jiltnl. Mrs. Caroline M.WlIdcB, llOBton-1 overcoat, 1 \m-dcrcoat, 2 Uuen vests, 3 2 collars, 1 Imt, pair sliocfl, pair BOcUa, pair suspenders, 4 pair gloves, 1 pair over [jaUcrs, a uecktlCH. 3111-8. S. F. Upton, Chelsea-J bound volumes Harper's Weekly. r. Hie JIuU, Mary fJn sser. Mrs. Ilubsun, 1). .N. BrUUvB, Mrs. Farah ,1. Hull, ,Mis. Mary e'hlibtlan, Mr�, .^nnle .Mif,h!ll, !.. Jennie lldniwuls, Haunali U. Jlurhhull. Mr.ttie Howe, Mrs. Jeuule WoirUl, Kate A. Tcaton, Mrs. f-arah A. Ilarriniun, Mrs. llalllie, Mrs. I'hace. Mrs. I.yuiau Adnms. Sirs. Nuyes, Mabel A. r.c'iuelt, Mis. .lewelt. Mis, Uzzle PerliluB, Mnttle Mlll-rr. Am.k- Keiu.ri,, Maiy L. Uairlmau, Mrs. Marie A. rU'l;etl--i;; towels. 1-1 enkes soap, 0 pillrs socl.e, ;i palls suspenders, 0 h..l>akerThleIa, G I'lllow slips. 2 paciiiifs cm starch, l- pajK-is plus, 2 kpools Ihiead,2tauibU-r�p-11.3lackai;e6larliiaBe.,)ur ]ieais, rlee, r!n..-.i.lalv. 2 luxes buiuilis, can prae.U.-B, 2 c.iiibs, 1 s!iir..d,4 pairs bUnkels. -IV, !;. c, Jle.'jarl.-n.'ijt .1liii,Bac)iiifellii-i; toivclB and bureau bcarl tor room tlT. Waffle Mclabe, �Ihn.sa Hr.rlweU, May .Sawyer, C. 11.Ulna Pierce. Blanche l'.ar.t. r, LlUle and Carrie Muu!.,-e, Ml.tlleai.a i;,t,Eio M,-.r!hull, In.-.: Melealf, tiliicc liUiiirfOidi, tia'Jlc Spalding, May iMinbcrii, Poctetfeooks aiigl B^gs. 10 doz.  Real  Seal  Pockotbooks, leather lined and fancy clasp. Worth 75c. 12 doz, Black Grain licather Cliatc-laine Bags, witli fancy frame and clialn, leather lined, inside pocket, for this sale J5 pieces Feather Trimming, In hlack, seal brown, med. hrown, olive and garnet, regular $1.00 goods. 48 INCHES WIDE. 27 pieces to bo sold on Monday at We have purchased from an importer a large stock of flno ENGLISH ORETOMTES, in ARTISTIC PATTERiVS, VERT CHOICE goods and beautiful colorings. They will be sold on Monday at Worth today .$1.25, EPAiJORWELM. WINTER STREET. mcmliers of tho Ilnrviird Branch of the National Young Folks KcadlUK Circle of Brighton, wiio visited the home under the leadership of Mr.l. HI. A. Sawyer-Fruit, wine, ^clly and confectionery for the hospital. ^y. n. C, Ko. n, of Medfora-six plUow ellps, eight sheeta, for room 07. ^Y. It. C, >'o. 0, Maiden-Bureau forroom'7. �\V. H. C, No. 15, Ware-One wUlow rocker and one camp rocker, for room 70. � "\V. B. HDiirs, Boston-Herbs and reading matter. Kearnargo Aaaooiation. The followlne directions are Issued for the information ol tlio Koarsnrgo Association of Naval Veterans: "D'ye hoar there, fore and nft." 'I'o all tho slarhoard and port watcliea, except those on the sick llBti TueBday.ovenlni;, Oct. 7, at 4 bell.'* you will dress yoursoIveB In clean blue uniform and polished shoes, and stand by for a call to go on flhoio and march U> tho Eaiitcrn station on Clausoway at. ^o receive tho veteran soldlcra and sailors that will arrive itf that thno from Chelsea, ]\Iarblehead and Cloucesler. Koon after C holla all hands, led by the ship's bond of 25 pieces, will march back to the ship over the following course: Ctiuseway St., Ht.':^iford sf.., Cjreen St., Court st,., Ti-emoirt St., Temple pi., Washington St., IVcBt Xow-ton St. to headquarters, where supper will bo piped at onco. All Bhlpmates that can march are rctiuested to apRcinble at headquarters, 1151 WaBhluglouBt., at C o'clock p. m., without further notice. J'AUi. n. KkNDKiottES, Commodore, JI. H. Cf.iiAvns. Chairman of Committee. Oct. 4. "D'ye boar, there, foro and aft?" AI) the starboard aiul portwatclios exceiit those on tho side list. On Out. 7, at 4. bells ot the afternoon watch, you in 11 dress your.selvee in clean hUto uniform and poiisli your sliocB and stand by for a call to ko on sliore and march to the ISastern depot on Causcsvay St. to receive the soldier.s and sailors that will alr^^�e at that time. At) quarter pa.^t U liells all iitiuds will march back to the ship, ^vllcro Huppov will bo pipiid at once. AtBbollH on Thiirsd.'iy evening-,the CDin-modoro came alongside and was piped over tbeKaiiKWayaB nsuai. Hands wore turned to at once, and tlie usual roulino t^xocutcd. At 'J bolls the first and .second, cutterK were called away and sent to brim? on board a draft of vetevans. At 3 bells the lieutenant .'ind (uisiwu I'oturned on board and brouuht 10 aljlc-Tiodied married men, wlio, after pa.ssing tlie surfjeon, were shipped for tlio ci'nise. Fleet Captain AVhite brougbt on board two fine lithoiirapliie pictures which had been kindly dtnuiu-d to the ship liy Charles AV. Quiim. They ropriisenled tho Koarsarge emkinpr the Alabanuv, and Favriiuut pilssIhb the forts in Mobile bay. Botli pictures iverii clenantly framed. 'J hey will bo huiii? iu the commodore's cabin amoiiff tbe many olhet-s tlmt have been previously donated. Tlio thiuiks of the entiro sbip'.s couipnuy were expressed tow ard the i,'iver, Mr. Quinn. A,s the third miiiiyer.^^.nry of tho sliip's ftdinff into coiinnissiou will occur on iJec. 7. It w;iB dei'ideil to wive :i Kiaiid naval ball about that time in honor of t)ie suece.'-.sful crui,'J0 tli.it has been niado. m. h. c. MontBomery Veterans. The f/ill p.'trade of the MontKOiiiei-y Liyht (Suaril "t'eteran Assoi'itiliou will luke i)lace fit Na.shua, N. It., (Ui Tuesday. Slonibejs will as.seuible at licadtjuartor.s hi full nnifonn at i) a. m. and immediately after march to tho Uoston & Lowell station, where n.speciiii train will bo taivcu at HAB a. m. llpon arrival at Nashua tho corps will be received by tho Jfoster Rifles, Capt. Parmenter. The rijute will bo throuf,'b AVa.shinjitoii, School, Tremont, .Scollay sg., Hanover, Portland ami Causew:iy i>ls. Ills honor tlie mayor will review tiie corjw at City flail at Ii.lCa. ni. _ Eegular Army and Navy -Union, TJic revi.sfid eonslitntion is printed and ready for distribution. Missionary woilc has eoiumenced iu St. Paul, Minn., and Xew York city. I'ho adjutaut-trt'ueral reports :in increased interest amom; ve'evaiis all over the country. Tho Flafl of the cemmtindcr-in-ehief has been appointed and relened to the executive board for aTtprvi\:il. Ad.it. lieahu lias i\lurned frmn his vacation ill the -Nev,- llauipsiiii-e hills. Eelics of War Time, lieut. W. B. Clarke, l.-t Corps Cadets, M. V. 3d., has in tbe winilowof his store, :m(i AVaiihiuKton sr., two 'Toledo sword blaues of the ic.th century. Tlie blades are two-cd,t?ed itiid 'Dear the mottoes; "Ko mo sripues sin rar.on," "Xo mo cn baines sin honor." Thevwere captured on tho blockade runner Ella and Anna during the war, cou- The regular price was never less than SOc. They .ire well worth an examination. 60 pairs Superb Portieres, in TERRA COTTA and SAGE'grounds, with lieavy Fringes and handsome Dados, nsual price $U.00,per pair, now at Tory clioico and beantifui. 100 doz. Ladies' AU-Wool Knit Skirts, cardinal, blue and scarlet, at EACH. Never sold for less than one-doII�r. IPASDJOSWEUiMO. WIB^TER STREET. cealod under a lot of Bibles, The cen-uinoness of these blades wa.s ostablishod by Capt. E. L. Zalinslcy, U. S. A., during a recant visit to Toledo. Coming Reunions of Veterans. Tho 38th Massaolmsotts Veteran Assooia^ tion will hold its iiiiiiual reunion and dirio at the United State Hotel, Saturday, Aug. 18. The annual reimion of the Iflth Massa-ohnsetta Keginient AsBociation wll bo hold in Worcester Tuesday, Oct. 21. tho anniversary of the battltj of BiiU'E Bluff. Tho business nieotins will be held at Grand Army Hall at XD.BO, followed by the regular roumou dinner at tbo Lmcoln House at noon. The 17th annual reunion of tho 2Ctli Maa-saohusBtta Reg-fmont will bo hold at the American House, Saturday, Oct. 18. Meeting for business will bo held in tho parlors of tho hotel at 10.30 o'clock a. m. Diiuier at 1 o'clock. Invitfttions havo been extended to Gov. Brackett, Gon. Butlor.Senior Vico-Commandor Tobin, Col. Porter and others, who are expected to be present to address the comradoa. Grape and Oanlater. The Salem Light Infantry Veteran Association will parade Thursday afternoon. Col. Thomas F, Edmands' criticisms on tho now drill rogulaUou.s for infanty appear in another column. Gov. Braokolt and stafE will visit Taunton Thursday. Tho Coburn Cadets at tbo State CoUogo, Orono. Mo., have ohalleiicod the Montgomery Guards of Portland to a competitive drill for the championship of the State. Dr. 0. J. Brown of North Adams, assistant surgeon, 2d Infantry M. V. M., bus betm elected iirosidont of tho Northern Berkshire Medical Association. From AV. B. Clarke Co. lias been received tho United Service for October, with papers on "The Arjny llaoo," by Cant. Field, "riio Trial of Staff Offleors," by Capt; Chitrles King, U. 8. A., and tho usual in-toresting allowance of military luiseoUany. The young ladies of Attloboro propose to present a floral decoration to tlie best appearing vislthig company ot tho nth Infantry, M. V. M.. while i>a.ssing tho reviewing stand on Its field day. AVeduesday. Eight prominent citizens of Attloboro, friends ol Capt. Goft of Company I, f>th Infantry, M. A'. U., have contributed $200 for the purchase of ammunition for Wodnos-day's exercisc.s. Company B, Ist Infantry, M. y. M., Capt. F. AV. .Dalliiiger, will dine at the United States llolol, Oct. Hi, at 7 p. m. GrantJ Army OTotes. Corp. dames Tanner will lecture on "Soldier Life. (tI'uvo and Gay," before tho veterans of Groeulield, M.ass., Oct, 28. Thomiia tt. Stevenson Post, 20, will observe the 2;id anniverstiry of its organization lit Armory Hall, 07 AA'iirren St., Kox-bury, 'X'uesdity evening', at 7,30, The recently elected oftieers of Htmcock Command of tho Union A'o.teraiis' Union will be installed at Chelsea, Tuesday evoii-Ing. The annual encampment of tho Union A'eteraii Legion will convene at Fort AA'uyne, Ind., Avediiosday. At the last meeting ot Fan-agut Naval A'^eteran Association of New York, it wiis ordered that steps be taken to form a nnifonn corps of .Soiis ot Naval A'eterans, to be composed of youths whose fathiii-s served iu tho United States navy from 1801 to 1805. Past Dejjartmont Commnndcr ,Tohn P. Billings bus licon engaged as orator of the day at the dedication of soldiers'monument at Upton, On the o.veniiip of Oct. 13 the posts of tbe Grand Army lielonginjr in i^bmstield, Fox-boro, Flainvillc and North Attloboro, are to meet v,-it!i AV. A. Hlreeler Post ol Attlidioro in a union caiiip-fire. It is intended to have these reunions of the jiosts named occur onco a mouth through the m inter, taking them in rolatjoii ji.v ho.sis for the evenings designated from time to time. AVork of the A'eterans' Rights Union for the week: affidavits made luid executed; ;i original and (iinereascof pensionssecuretl; 1 certiliciito of service procured; (1 comrades sent tci the homes; transportation to tlieir homes to S, and temporary aid fo 12; Oo new applicants. The umiual meeting of tlie Bristol County G. A. It. As.sociation will be lield AVeduesday in Ne^v Bedford, meeting with Ii. A. Pierce Po.Sl, 3 PCi. At tlie meeting ot John A. .\ndrew Post, If). I'-'riday evening last, Qiiartenjiasti'r AUhti l''if/,emiiyer, on behalf ot AVilsoii Post of Baltimore, presented a framed testimonial Irom that po.st. for hospitality re-ccivfd during encampment tveek. Cfi'u-luiinder Fox replied to tho same, and ai.so to tho vote of thanks tent by Dusuane Post of tliQ same city. A charter will soon be granted for a post at Bridsewaler, 1000 dozen ladies' Extra 2.Thrcnd Black Eleecy Lined Hose, extra long tops and French feet, guaranteed perfectly fast and stainless, at 250 dozen Ladies' Spun Sill� Hose, In an immense varieiy of color. Ings, at ' PER PAIR. Usual price .$1.00. 8 cases Children's  Ribbed Wool Hose, sizes 5 to 8J, at Special good value. 10 cases Ladles' Extra Quality Jer> sey^Vests'land (Drawers, made of finest Egyptian yarn, beautiful elastic goods, at Well worth IHc. 5 cases Ladies' Merino Jersey Vests, In short and long sleeves, at Most delightful garment worn. 500 dozen of tho Celebrated Norfolk andNcAV Brunsw.i,ck Jersey Under-wear, strictly unshrinkable, at 'J WiMTER STREET. PAmiTS TO HOM HII. Catholic Societies of the Bay State Will Celebrate tlie Cciiteimry of Father Matliow's Birtli. Officers and Bodies that Will Turn Out in tlie Parade. The streets of Boston, as well as those o� hundreds of other cities and towns throughout this country and Europe, will, Oct. 10, echo the musio of myriad bands, and tho steady tramp of countless thousands of marching men, oiigaged in celebrating tlio centenary of one of tho greatest reformora of modern times-Rev, Tltoobald Mathoiv, tbe "Apostio of Tomporanco." Rev. Theobald Alathow was born atThom-astown, county Kilkenny, Ireland, Oct. 10, 1700. His family were connections of the Baron of Llandaif, anjl at tho residence of that nobleman, Tliomastown House, much of tho lad's ctirly life was pasaod. He entered Maj-nootli College in September, 1807, but left it soon after to avoid expulsion for some trifling breach of disei-pline, and placed liimself under tho spiritual care of Kev. Celestiue C'oreoran of Dublin. In 181-1 he was ordained and admitted a member of the Capuchin Order of Friars. lie established several literary institutions and industrial schools during this period. During the terrible visitation of cholera in 18;i2 his exertions on behalf of the plague-Htriekeii people were cea-seloEs and niitiring. Two years before a new movement of tee-totalisni had been inaugurated in tlui citv, the leaders of which were; Bev. Nicholas Dunseoiube, a cluireli of England clergv-irian; KieUard Dowden, a Uintarian, aiid "Billy" Martin, a member of the Society of Fri li,000, and before Father ISIaihew died upwards-of 2,000,000 people had received the i>l(Hlge from liim. Father-Matlicv,-at (uice became n leader 111 the nioveinent and started on a mlssion-arv tour through Ireland. In Limericlc, after Jour days' labor, 3 50,000 took ilie pledge; in a\ nterford .after three davs, 80,000; in JIaynooth, lli'.OOO, incluiling eight college professors and "50 students. He went to England in 1841), and not-witlistandiiii; very serious opposition he nrhiiiiiistered the jdedge to 000,000 per.sous, 70,000 talcing it at one meeting in London alone. A laiKe medal, alnrat the size of a silver doll.ar. was struck and given to those signing tho jdetlge. as well as ti cerriiicati>, a tae-simile of each of which is shown herewith. He had a long-standing engagement to visit America. :ind dcsnita the protestations of his physicians and friends he determined til conio to this country in thespringof 1840. Ho arrived in New York in July of that ye.or, and received a splcuiiid welcome from the people of that city. A formal v.-elcouio 1000 with RED, LIGHT BLUE, COP-PER and SALMON borders, n yards long, at  Three yards long at This Is an excellent cover good value. and 500 doz. Men's Extra Super Merino Half Hose, spliced heels and feet. 250 doz. Men's Two-Thread East Black Heavy Cotton Half Hose, French toes, at per: pair. 10 cases Norfolk and New Brunswick Two-Thr/)ad White and Colored UnderAvcar, best goods ever offered for the price, viz.: per carnient. Wo would call attention to tho fact that Avo have a complete lino of Silk Underwear, in 6, 9 and 13 tlireads, constantly on hand. SlPAl, was extended to him .by tho mayor, who tendered liiiu tho lospitalities of the city. Ho held levoos da ly for two weeks in City Hall, and then became the guest of Archbishop Hughes, who had invited him to come to America. From New York he camo on to Boston, where his welcome was, if possible, oven more enthiLsiastio than it had been iu New York. The records of tho time state that on July 21 tho groat "apostio of teraperjinco" arrived at Anglors' Corner, Newton, from New York, and hero ho was received by a largo crowd and escorted to the residence of AATlliam A. aa'hito at AVatertoivn. Next day he made his entry-a triumphal ontrv-into Boston, be ng welcomed on re'aoning tho dividing 1 no between Boston and EoxDury by Dr. J. C, AVarrcn. A procession was formed which marchod through tho prmcipal streets. Father Mathow standing up In a baroucho and bowing his nckuowlodgments to tho throng. On 116 way through aa''ashiiigton at. a half tipsy indvidual camo forward, and knoolmg down in tho street' received the plodga from Father Mathow, being tho first man to whom ho adniinistored tho pledge in Boston. At tbe Adams House the great reformer was recoivod by Gov. BrigB'.s, to whom he was introduced by Deacon Grant. Ho afterwards drove to Brookline to view tho waterworks, visiting on the way back tho vonera-hloDr. Piorco ot Brooklino. In the evoniuR- a public meeting was hold on tho Common, which was attondod by Gov. Briggs, Mayor Bigelow, Father Taylor of tlio Baptist bethel, and about 20,000 people. The speakor.s, besides Father Mntliew, wore Kev. Mr. Jluier. Rev. Father Taylor, Rev. R. aa'aterstono, D. AV. O'Brien, Deacon Grant and Iltw. Fntiicr Miller, an old revolutionary here. Hundreds of people look tho pledge. Oi-gnnizatioiis 'were present from Na.shua, N. II., Fall Kiver, and other distant places. Ot the many total abstinence orgauiz.a-tions started by Father Mathew m Netv England at that time tho only one now in existence and (^omiected with the Arch, Diocesan Union of Boston is thcFatherMathew Total Abstinence Sticiety of East Cambridge. On the ;ird of .'September., 1840, the great temjieranco apostle admini.steredllie pledge to about 1000 persons in old Ht. 
                            

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