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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts TOJs .BOSTON'S'UJNPAT GLOBja-JbWBA:!::,' o'ctObem, 5, ife90-TwiJ:jyTY--Fom'r^Agm That must orottte a furor, The quotation on oaoh item means figixros defying competition, Exquisite line of light and dark Per trimmings and sleeves. Quality "worth today $2,50, Special preparations upon a large scale have been made to supply our patrons witk a more charming variety than ever hef ore of Fall and Winter Novelties. A magnificent collection of Dress Materials, comprising every novelty in Fancy, and every shade in Plain, Cloths. Biohest quality manufactured. Pinest line of shades ever displayed in Boston, For fanoy work or combination with "Woollen Pahrics, this is an osoeptional opportunity. For street or evening costumes, this is the cheapest Surah we have ever advertised. Black Silks, Just 9 pieces left at above price. I'uture quotation will be $2,00 per yard. Brocade Silks, -in- TihseB Effects, Very desirable for ti'imminfi;s. Best value and finest assortment to te found in Boston. We are now receiving by every steamer our Fall Importation Shawls, and shall open on Monday Got, 6, 10 cases, comprising some of the choicest novelties of Europe and India, Also, a superb line of Oamel' Hair and Himalayan Shawls, We shall also open 1 case of English Lambs' Wool Carriage Eobes, The regular price of this robs is $10.00. Special price for this sale, each McKINLEY DID IT. Prices In Clothing, Carpets and Other Articles Advanced to a High Notch-Coal Bisos 25 per Cent. TIjo McKiuley hill goes into effect Mou day, Oct. 11. AVhat its effect in.iy bo can ho e'loHiied from tlio following ojiinioiis an' fiffurt'S sociu'od by the AVorld from promi' nent New York iiiercliaritM: A. 15. Orr, virc-iiresicUmt of the Now York Chamber of Couimcroi'. and actinp president ill the abseneu of Jlr. Kiiiitli: 'Toanuor. see that (lie iiassago of the _Mclvinloy liil' �will at jiri'sent have ai)y . .Spalding-, ;\-liolcKttlo dralor in hoots and shoes in Atlanta, (ia.. and vice-president of tbo cluimber of eoiniuerce of that city: "111 my opinion tlie new bill will hurt nine out often of tlie iiuhistriea of the country, will not incroa.se tlie pay of any wage-earners and will iiierense the cost of �;ho neco.s.saries of life in a way to do the east good to tbo producer and tlio most l:arin to the eonsuiuer." Daniel MeKcover of thoiiriuof H. Herr manii, Stcnihaek riee of leather has increased nt least ao per cent. His clothing 'will cost more, because wool lias advanced in price 10 per cent. His wife can buy her clothing abouc a.s ciieaply as alie did last year, hoiY''^er. His iiouso rent will be hlglier if lie has ,a house by himself, because the demand for small Viouses is greater than the supply, and rents will bo higher. It will east him more to keep warm, because the price of coal has advanced '25 cents or more a ton. It he needs new (;arpetn ho will have to pay more for them, because tho price of carper, wool lias advanced and tho jute that is v\sed in tho manufacture of many carpets will cost more. If ho needs new crockery or glassware that will cost him more. His pots and kettles will cost him a cent or two niciro each. AltoKethor, living will ho an expensive lu.vury. Dying will he rather espensivo too. for the iirico of coitiiis has Kone up. The Kun's deductions are that tho Mo-ICinley bill is partly tho cause of tho rise in prices of cigars, clothes and carjiots; tliat shoos are dearer because hides and tanneries arp scarce; and tliut food is dearer liecftuso crops are short. Tho rise in tin goods is, of course, duo lo tho Mcliinley hill. Bound Heme to Bost-on.. Sioirx City, la,, Oct. 4.-Special train of Boston excursionists left for home via Chicago and Niagara at 1 o'clock tlUs afternoon.__ Preparing for the Cathollo Parade. Representatives of tho Catholic total Dbstinence societicG of Suffolk countr met at the cathedral last evening to arrange for the parade next Friday. (Jliief Mar,shHl William .T, Daley has appointed tlie following aids; Chief of stuff, Patrick Troy; aids, Michael Leonard. B. AV. Burns, W. H. Cuddy, Ignatius Sheeimn, Cliarles Woods and .John Doolin. Other appointuicnte will he made at the meeting Tuesday evening. Great interest is evinced in the parade. Iioaal Line's. -Tho Al'endell Pliilliijs ilall Association has called a citizens' meeting, to be held at Tremout Temple next Fridav evening, at lAO o'clock, to interest tho puiilic in building and ertdon-irig the �Wenilcl! PJiilJljis hall and institute. (Jov. Braefcett, Mayor Hart, Hon. P. A. Collins and ofliersAvill speak. -Park's broiled live lobsters-tried them? -The lioston evening schools tare so crowded that it has boeome necessary to suspend admission examinations until next IVediiesday evening. This will allow time lor making np the cla.sses, alter which new applicants can be provided for. -Sales on 7-20-4 cigar always increasing. -Dr. I^andis' lectures free this evening in Rod Men's Hall, r>14 Treinont St., t-o gentlemen only, on "Dead and Live Food; its Effect on thoThinlcingandFeelingBrains." -Broiled live lobsters at Temple's. -Tho .Saturday classes of tho Bo-ston Primary Teachers' Union and tho Union Bible Cla-SH were resumed at X'remont Toni-plo yesterday afternoon, -Kverybody is looking for the Pino Tree House. -The progr,amme of the annual national encampment of the iSons of America, to he held in Fancuil Hall next week, beginning Tuesday, was arranged by the finance coni-uiltteo at the American House last evening. Monday delegates will be escorted about the city. The encampment will continue in ses.sion tiirough Thursiia.v, and on Friday there will bo an excursion to Provineet-own. AVedncsduy evening a concert and b;ill will be given at Odd Fello�-6 Hall. -Another of Gondii's successful Monday evening iiiu'tltB at Kberle Hall tomorrow night. -.Sheet music given free to lady visitors. Now Home Machine parlors, ICuTremontst. -More than a niillioii of those most excellent machines, llie popular "New Home." have been sold, and it is no exaggeration to iitsert, as tlic company doe^. that it is an exceptionally perfect machine in all working parts, tho fact being, that iti is pra
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