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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE-BimBAYi OCTOBER '5. 1890-TWBNTY.PdUB FA'GJJS. HI H!TE Silks. Last ivee7c, we purchased the entire stocks of two of the most prominent Silk manufacturers in America, at 2>ositivelp the greatest sacrifice known for years. Wo asic you to call at our SiUc Department on Moti-day and, inspect the most WON-DEJRFUL BAJSGAIA'^S in rich Silks ever produced on this continent. We arc not at liberty to mention the names of tliesc manufacturers, as several of the lots have been delivered in Boston this season at full prices. HITE &CO. Colored Dress Goods, 100 PIECES Yard Wide All-Wool Ladies' Cloth With care, and then call at our Silk Department and asTc to see tlie goods. I0,000 Yards Finest Quality Suitable for evening and street wear, ovev 50 different colorings and combinations, all new and, fresJh goods, never before sold for less than S3.00 and S4.CJ0, to be offered by us on Monday at only In a complete assortment of all the leading Wall Shades, and which would be consi,dered cheap at St 1-2 cts,, at only lAnens. 80 PIECES 40-Inch At only This is a genuine 73-cent quality, and one of the most fashionable and desirable dress fabrics of tlie season. It will be ap2)reciat,ed by all who examine it. 2000 PIECES 52-Snch All-Woo! Every ladrj in JVciV England shotUd see tJiis bargain. 6000 Yards Black Brocaded In 28 different styles, finest quality ever made, and jyosi-tively ivorth S3.00,  rodiict of this fabric, at about 02fE-TIIIBD ITS MEAL VALUE, we are thus enabled to offer on Monda.y the MOSTASTO UND-INGBABGAIN of the season in All- Wool Tricots. BLACK DRESS GOODS. 33 PIECES 44.-Inch All-Wool The Fact That the McKinley Tariff Bill i/n'creases the cost of all Linen goods fully 26 per cent., we shall continue to sell our At our well Icnotvn VElt i' LOW PRICES. Note the Bargains for this week: 9 T)nles Bromi IwlUed Orasli, piloo por yard ""ly......................... _ 4o'. 10 lialoB All Linen Unbleoolied Orasli, worth 0Ota,,at only...................... _ 5c. 6 lialoB Linen Glasa Olotli, 16 InolioB wide, wortli 10 ots.i at only................ 6c. Biw-naLim�iHiiinii,� tmrnmrnm* Garment Dept.    | Bargain Week in. 370 doz, All-Linon Doylies, wortli prloe por dozen only X, our 60c. A 2fcw York Importer's stock of fine Damask Cloths at the Loivest prices ever Jcndwn: 8-4 Damaslt Cloths, worth I 8-10 Damask Oloths, worth i 8-12 Damask Cloths, worth I 8-14: DanjEsk Oloths, worth I I3,.at.....$1.50 14, at.....S2.00 15,at.....S2.50 IB.BO,at . .$2.78 PER YARD. On account of LATE DE-LIVEUYto us by the English manufacturer, we have been cabled to close out this small lot for Jiis account at once. A.t the above named price, this is a, most remarkable bargain-, and we advise every lady ivho intends purchasing a, black dress, cither now or in the near future, to cxam/ine these Serges, 250 doz, EoWnson Bros, & Oo.'b Toilet Soap, i!.r aotimlly worth 12 ots, por oake, at on!y SATURDAY CLUBS. Henry Cabot Lodge and His Prosperity Prediction. Congressman GrciMilialge Praises tlic McKinley Tariff Kill. Uorfolk, MassnchiiBGtts and Otlier Olub Dinnera. Tlie iiicinber.s o� tlie SVn-folk Club p.it down fit 2 d'cloclc y(!.stci'diiy iirt(!rn(,ioii to tiifiij* Jii'.st t'Jiib diniioi' of Ilio .Sfa.soi) :it Young'n, Imvint? ii.s gucsls Hon. F. T. Greeii-liiilgR Mud lion. A. K. rilLsbury, CiiiididiitP lor iittoniey-gcincral. Among llie olliort'ftntlemon ri'csontTrPro: Hon. Jolui V/. Crmdicr, lion. Elijah A. Mor.sp, Hun. J. "Wliiti; HelciKT, Hon. Asa Fronoli, I>iivid Hall Ilioo, Co). S. J. Mcniird, District Attorney Wentworth, Hon. K. H. Tucker, J. Vv. Jh-adk'O, D. N. Fiirqulmr, Hon. li. A. Soullnvortli, Senator E. P. �Wilbur, Hon. Georffu W. Warren, Hon. G. M. Tower. J. L. Kason, J. G. Kay, S. C. Putnam, Repre.scntaLivo J. Ii. Linooln, F. E. Keel), G. f. .Slearn.s, T. Clements, W.AV. Potter, Hon. H'>wes Norri.s. Previcais to the dinner the, foliowinp: were Ctleelt.d inenibers of the elub: Hon. 'i'liomas V\\ Chase, Pf,.t%'id,''ne'': Fred 1. I\lai"ey, Prov-idene.e; E. M. Tlionio^on, Ijroekton; Col. iS. J. r^Ienard, Gn\(rn^'r's seei-etary; Lc^vi.s Alden, Holhrook . M. .1. !�!urr;iy, Filflibiii-fr. Hon. \V. !:. Luck'' vv-ided. :ind si-eoehe.s weie made, liy Mei-.-rs. Grt'enhalt^e, Pills-Ijury anil ]Ie]i. iU nry i.'ai ulOic:uj si-ntinjejjl," "Here- 1 ran ^ay, like the aneicnt mariner," said Mr. (.reenbali.ve, "Wati-r, water i verywlieie. and not .a dni;. If, {irink." J am not .\.iieal;]ni^ now ul me r-wn f;',rro\v, or Tr;y own d(-i,iivatl''n, for I lielieve liial llii;. le;iture of .eour ilinriei's illustrates a i-treul truth ; it means that ytui aie not Hiiui'b' a e,-,nvivied a'.i er fine on oeeasiniis '4 tliis k'lijd. (Aiil'Jause., Till r*' i;-. a time foi' fiMini i s and a time tn tinif, but iheic is a time foi' -oier e.iiTisel aii'l d, lib.-ration. a,n t. ie^sJon fd :>j f-\ s.o.'j;:i.s,^. 1 ha'.'i- on my j'igUt anu  i-slt ieua-n '.\bi, r, iU''-...int v.tri'ius t-tions 01 thi- [',ood idd'�'.unty of Xwlolk, a;.d i n.ay s'ly ;h.-ji;;;!;.'j''r in n hieh i; ha'-, "o -eji 'ion,' by tle'.'n ]!a^ te-'n on-; ,,f v.'hi,'h ti..: �I'U'i'.y ,,! Ne.ifoih n.l.d ;:'.'! be ash; meii.   'A|'l'J�n-�-.> "�J;..- .'itiai.iia:! siioi..'i,'rh of Caudlei' Jiavt; h-orif !�I'l'id's /air itj>j>:!.usc!, kiM I litre !� l"''i''.siibjee! je'i'i.dninir til ti.(; in* ':���, "f .''l'..'..saf'li'aS'-its'Hhieh the '.n. '� etsaI !.'.:,!.'. ''1 .Mers.' hji-.       been able 60. coiiutj'mj'solf. Whoii I think of tlie ivoric wUioli has been doiio in ConsreBS tliia session, 1 say in all scriousnes.'i and oarncstnosa the delecratiou tyliich BliLssocliusetts sont out-Hioucli 1 ouylitnot to say a Efreat deal itbout it-Tuia been ono tliat was iairly ro-spoutabJo, "Wo have been nblo on many occasions of crisis to preserve a united front whicli I thinJv iins not been to the dispainseiiienl. of the interests of this old Gommoiiwcaltli. (AiMilause.) We have oonio to you fresh from the fiolti ot balt'le. We say to yon loolv uttlio uroiniso in the platform of ISSH, and then, vvitb the modesty and humility that becomes vis, wo Kiiy, loidc at tlio record ot tlie national House of Kepreseutaiiycs of the Blst Cou-gres;;. "Omissions, failures, shoitcominse tliero are, undoubtedly, at any point or any"'fitep, but at least tlio great lines of that record are in aeeordanoe Avilli tho lleptiblieau plat form of :!S;l�. "We have not obtained all tho leg-islation M-e wanted; -we Imve not been iililo to prevent all the leiris'laliion ive mielit desire to prevent, tint I say, take it all in all, and you vill iind there is no iiitero.sr of Massanhtt-Bells. no interest of .NeM' Knuhind which has witi.iiiftly suffered, either liy dc.-jiffu or iieulit'enee. " (Applause.) "I say that � '1 I  aved in  Norfolk . ...... ...,it t'lie record, however imperfect it may be, is at least one of honorable intention and of industry, ono o{ det,e.rniina-tiun to do a man's whole tluty, with all the imporiectioiis and all the wealciiesaes of mail. "Tlio time is .short, and I know you liavo Kot every schedule of the MciCiiiley bill in your 'minds as clearly as i have. It la in lino with tho traditional policy of this country, iuid 1 venture to predict, as a result ot that hill, an era of pro.sjierity wbicli has not been eijualled in the history of tho United States.  (Applause.) "Tliere are thinfrs which wo .should want otherwise, we iniKht say wool of that <'lass is too hiifh, or the duty on eordaRe too low, and so on, hut J .say the.'ti^re'innents bet.ii'Cfin the vast interests ot this country in the bill is .somothinK phonomonal and unparalleled in tie'history of tlie world, and \ye pri'dict that it will (to more to develop tho proRrofis OJ this country within the next ",") years than \sas iiie ea.se during the last tin. ".All evenini;' or two ai;o our friends upon the �itlier side smmht for allies from outside. I have been a little suriiri.'ed at Mr. Prcekinridtri^ bcinir broutdit to Providence and Mr. Watlei's.in to P.oston. There is somethim; siKiiilieam in eallitiK in allies of that character. "Why we all respect Mr, 4^re(;kinridye, for next to my broiher v'andler, he is the handsomest man in the. House, (l^aufrhter.) He is always eletraiu, hut he is willy, willy, wally (lauyhter), and I remember when the new rules were a'lopted. and the ruliiK,'of that triant.son of Maine, 'J'homaii P. Keed lifreat aiiiilause), I trembled, my frienils, when Mr. HreckinridKe rose, and m the finest tenoi' I'oice in the c.ountr.v, de-elaredtbat he'would die in the last ditch in oiiiiosition to them; and, like JIantilini, le' u'',uld lofdt .'I 'denmition moist body.' ".�\n,l I have no doubt hii would liave I'lokt.d r.eacetul and iiolile, with his liouton-niere in his inittotihole, ;aul the iiedi(..-ree of his illustrious family elnriied in his liaud. fi^acKhter.) They broiifrht him to Providence, itjid they brought this man \^\'(lt('r-tvnn I'leniucky to Huston. 1 sup-pi'se \\ att<'rsi.,n spells bis s-.uue with two t's, is ortba- to *'mnh.'isi/.e bis love of '.vati-r. (I.aupliler.) It was i'in'i',us tt, ..-ee ^l.'issaebusetts restintr at the ji'.-'l "f i'leiitucny afi,:i' all these y(.'ars, God .savi' till' ii'ark.  ''l-auubtir.) "."Shades of tbi.' Adamses! How came it that men ,,f Massaehtiseiis. arcmdiiiK to the Miwrestioie. i,l our friends upon ,the olhf r sub', must sit there and learn of Ken-te.ekyV Wliiii had ihi'V to tell Massachusetts? A^'lly^hr�y had the mouldy, worm-eaten residuti'uis of 'iis.and that'i.s as tar as tiiey ba\e in political learning in th n(iU'.'t ball, that it is a 'iucslion of eivJIJzaiioj^, and ask \','hetber ill': Jiidomitabl'-- An^l'>-S"^'on race sludi be FLANNELS From Auction, Boarlot Bhakor Hannol, vzorth 33 ots, por yard, at only....................... _ 23c. Wavy Blue Twilled Flannol, worth 37 ots,, at ._ 25c. SoarlotTwiUod Flannol, worth BO ots,, at BLANKETS Ero7n Auction. 33c. 11-4 Wool Blankets, worth ( i,BO per pair, at $2.00 11-4 'Wool Blankets, worth $4, at,, 12-4 Extra Heavy 'Wool Blankets, weight 7 lbs,, worth $7, at.........-........... $5.0 J 6 oases Oroohet Qnilts, worth 90o,| at. Splashers, marked down from 30ots, to. IZio. Splashorsi marked down from 75 ota, to. BOc. Tan Trayd,laarkod down from 30 ota, to. )2ic. Tea Trays, marked down from 50 ot|],to. I2ic. Bureau Soarfs, marked down from 50 ota, to.......................... 37c. Buroan Boarft, marked down from 75 ots. to.......................... 50c. Bureau Sortrfs, marked down from $1.00 to.......................... 75c. HotBisouit Oloths, marked down from 30 cts. to....................... lOc. NOTE-All goods purchased, in this deparDneut STAMPED FREE OF CHAliOE. I ovurcomo by tho children of Ham, You liavo treo colored brothors in tlie House of KupreaentativcH, and in a house of ;!:jO nioiii-bors, ,ind if they eiKlantjor Anglo-Saxon civilisation then God liolp the race. "Treat all in the same ivay, for African rule can uovor be in tlio ascendant in tliis country. "The samo principle which is applied to Sout 1 Carolina, Mississippi and Arkansa,? will come back for applictition hero in IMaa-saobusotts. 'I'hcn, I .say, kceii up your hlRlv standard, stand by the riK'it, if you have a law soo to it that it is carried out, and if you do tho rifflit thiiiB leave the consequences to God, and tho republic, and our do,000,000 o� people will b(^ as sate as a bird In its nest," (Apjilause,) flpccoli of Mon. A. E. PlUsbury. Hon. A. E. Pillshttry.was next introduced. He said: "Tho magnificent majority recently rolled up in Maine for T. B. Keed (appltiuse) is not without meaning. "ft was no accident that people of all parties soeniod to strugKle for tho iirivilOK'o of votiiiK- in hi.s interest, and it indicates that the country hoUe-i-es in the position Ue took. Men are sent to ConKress to do business, not to sen d up skyrockets or uuilce a display of fireworks, or mace political speeches, and the covuitry wil suBtain the Bponiier in the attitude \w took. "1 itm not in a position to speak of the State campaign, but, I have hoard it said that some of our llepulillcan friends are BolioitiouB because our pluralities are not as lai'jjo iiB they used to lie. "1 was brouRht up in a State in which the political character o� the State government sometimes turns on less than 200 votes. But it is 111 my judpmeiit. bettor for the State of New Hampshire that this state of things exists, and the Ilepiiblican party in MassachuKottB has not suffered as much from all otlier causes together as from its overivbolniiiiK majorities, m ray judg-nient. "1 will welcome the time when the Republican iiarty of Massachusetts can not go into a .State camjiaifrii with an a.isurod majority of 10,000, for .It will be to the benefit of tbe Republican party. U w\\\ reach us to be careful of the tiominatious tvo make, and there is no more imoortant consideration tlum that, and will teach us that wiien a nomination is made tliero is no room for division." The entrance of Hon. Henry Cabot I..ndi.To, at 4.30, was tho signal for a round of cheers. Mr. CaiuUoi-'H JtcjnnrltB. Hon. iTohn W. Candler iie:;t spoke, culo-ffl/.inB Speaker Heed, than whom, he said, there tvas no more patriotic or lioncst .man in thoHouse of Representatives. Ho iiBreed that some ot the schedules of the tariff bill miprht have been better, but mtiintained that the Republican party bad been true to the prineiides enunciated in its platform in l.SKB. Hufvar has been reduo(:d 2Vi cents a pound, and what a boon will that be to tho laboring man. The bill removes .?c.o,000,-000 taxat:(.n on the iieces.sarics of lilu alone.  (Apii'.ause.) That, he believed, was better for the workint-people than takiiit; t'.ie ti'.riiT off tin. Within a y.'ar or two tliere will be mail steamships built, which will carry the American ll;i:-; to Lomion and South America, and will iind a market [or the jiroducis of the country. Urief A rk for :be rct-.m of il i'o;i,',i'es'men Beginning Monday tnorning, we shall offer the largest and choicest assortment of Fur Capes ever shown in any store in America, comprising Black Asfrachan Fur Capes, Wool Seal Fur Capes, Black OMd Brown Raccoon Fur Capes, Black Monkey Fiir Capes, Nat-i(/ral Beaver Fur Cajyes, G^^ay Crimmer Fu/r Capes, Flush Capes, FlusTt and Astrachan Capes, Astrachan Cloth Capes,   _      For These goods were printed by tho v/oH kncwn Cooheco Mills, and include the very latest deaigns and colors. They are eopoolally adapted for house droBsea, wrappers, &o. from Massachu.sott9 to support him during the present fall election." Hon. 'Eli jail Morso wa.s the closhig speaker, and at C o'clock tho ohib Beparatotl. ""WELCOME! HOME." Mosoaohusotts Olub Entertaias Bopubli-oan Oongresamen. That tiiuc-honored Repi.iblioan political organiKation, the Massachusetts Club, gave a "welconiB homo" recaption and dinner at Young's yesterday afternoon, to JlnB.saolm-sotts' Republican delegation in tho Slat Contrre,s,s. Acceptances to tho invitations sent out were received by Secretary Ernst during the week from eight of the delegation, but only five of that number put in an appearance yesterday. These wore RflproBonttttivoa Lodge ot the stxth district, Grcenhalge of tho eighth, Wiilker ol tho tenth, Candler of tho ninth and Jtorso of the second. Senator Hoar was expected, but sent word at the last moment tliat bo would liave to disajipoint the club. About 75 members were on lianrt to gi'eet the congressmen, and a rM.eption preceded the dinner, af ^vhich ex-Gov. Clafliu presided, "Tho special nurposo of the meeting today," said ex-Gov. Clafiin, addressing tho olub titter cigars, "is, as you know, to extend a hearty welcome to the Ma.isacliusettB gentlemen who have ju.st returned to tlieir omos from their arduous duties in Con-grt^ss. "No Congress for 20 yoar,s has been so important to Iho country; no Congress ever assomlilod under sucli difBntiUios, and no Congress has succeoiiod in accomplishing such an amount of work as this tlio 5lBt Congress, ot which our guests today were members. "Under Hie leadership of that matchlesB speaker, ThoniafiB. Reed (applaust!), they lun'i^ given us that legislation which we demanded, and which will prove ot the greatest benefit to us and to the whole country. The ex-governor then alluded to the bill "relating to the freedom of the ballot," the Foileral election bill, saying that the gontlo-luan who was chiefly instrumentalinbring-iiig it before C'ongress was pre.sent, and it was bis pleasure to introditca him, tuid he thereupon called for three cheers for Henry f labot Lodge, which being given, that gcn-tleumn aro.?e, .saying: Ilem-y Cnliot KmAkk'h Speecli. "As I walked into dinner this afternoon Gov. Clatlin said to me, 'This has, 1 believe, been the l(uig'?st session over hold by Congress.' X replied, 'No, governov, two years ago wo bad a longer session-adjournment was not made till Oct. 17-but the only thing memorable about it was that it did nothing,' "This year we adjourned Oct. 1, with a greaterrecord of legislative work pertorined than has been made by any coiigrias s'lice the war. "Perhaps our greatest ideco of work wa.s the pa.ssage of the lariiT bill. We I'arried the country last el;-eiion on ilie issue of pro-tec'tion against free trade, and at that time Wo iiledgud oui'.sidve.s t.o revi.se the tariff.and we liave kept mir i,ledge. "The great tiling aiiout the passage ot the bill is thai it lias settled an agitation that has been befori* Congri.'ss lor the hist, six or seven years. Ri.pulvUcans, geiu'rally, commend it; while our Dsinoeratic brelhren, of course, predict all sorts of disaster for the eountry. "liut the thing to do now is to try Dm netv law fairly. The idea of the Denuieralic party tryiin; to nvive tlie agitation over tlio tariff is most himple. Jf ouriailicv is wrong then wo shall have to abide bv the re.-.ult, but we think, and rightfully, I believe, tiiat the new adjustment ol the tariff will bring an era ot fresh prosperity to the country. "Put there are questions now ot more moment than the tariff question, which has V.een settled. The greatest ot all Issues today is that resiiecving the rights of the ma-jorit^v. "Inder the leadership ot Mr. Reed wo liave vindicated the right of the inaiority to rule the lower li'->use of Congress av least. Can Openers, worth 10 ots,, at.........   2o Patent Pio Tnrnore. worth 15 ots,, at.... 4o, Bisoult Pans, 12x8 inohes, -worth 10 ots,, at...................;.......    5o, Trojan Sink Soraper and Shovel combined, -ttrorthZB ots., at................    5c. Paper Dusters, worth 2B ots,, at........  lOo. E^nd-Mado Orange Wood Tooth Picks, worth 2B ots, per package, at.......   l5o. Shoe Blacking SotB,inwood sots, worth 60 ots,, at....................... 25o. Carriage Oandlos, worth 60 ots., onr prioo per dozen........�............ 36c. Patent Dustless Hand Ash Sifters, worth $1,50, at..................... 73o. Wood Baskets, worth $1,50, at........ 97o. Black Walnut Cutting Tablefl, worth $2,50, at.....................$l'.65 Wood Frame Wringers, worth $4,2B,at.. .52.49 Tin Loaf Pans, as fcUowsi Size 9x5 iuohos, at.................    8c. Sizo 10x6 3-4 inches, at.............   lOc. ichind. Crockery, tCcil This week's bt^rgains in Chinawaro, Silverw-^re, (JlasswaroiCrookery, Dinner Sots, Lamps, &o. Wo have an ImmonBo aseort-ment of everything that houBekoopora can possibly want, and our prioos are the lowest in Boston. In Our Balcony, Two-Quttrf; Size Brown Broad Boilers, as followBi Plain, 2lo................WithTnbo,25e. Children's 3-Pleco Plush Bonnets, neatly made, all colors, at only.... 36c. and 50c. Children's Canton Flannel Wight' Drawers, at.................... 39c. Children's and Misses' Colored Worsted .Dkirts, solid and fancy borders, por; foot goods, worth 76 cts, and $1,00, at only.................39oand48c. 1 lot Manufacturer's Samples of Aprons, lino goods, with fancy yokes, worth $1.25, at..............37o. audSOc. Ladies' Heavy Domet Flannel Skirts, all now eolors, at.................. 42e. Lndiea' Cardigan Jaokots, all colors, without and with sleevosi at.. .39o. and SOc. 2 lots Ladies' Drawers,'lllght Gowns and Skirts, extra quality cotton, neatly made, worth from $1,00 'to $1,76, at only........----..----73c, and 871c. Bg purchasing the folloiving from Messrs. Dieckerhoff, Baf-floer )t Brigailo, Col. Clark of the .Secoiul Regiment, Col ISIiils of the Eighth, Cols. Butiington, Cha*o and Hedges ot Gov. IJviu'kett's staff, C:ipt. Laiidy of tliH Hotith FriiniijigJuim State .\nnoi-y, Capt. Mossiiian and Lieut, Brighaiii of Company M, I'itib Regiment. The (irand .Annv detachment was under the comiiiand of post ijonuiiander JlcCrillis of Tilarlboro, '.I'liey i\'ero gotten up to represent the r.diel army 'n 'I'c last stages of the r:'lielliiin,all sortsof tinilornis beingutilized for the iiurpose. About half a dozen casualties were rc-ported to Surgeon Rice, the worst cases being those of Lieut.. Miles of Company (J, whose arm was torn, and Privates JIaguire and McCuUougli of the same company, w!io '.virie wnuiided in tlie breast and hand re-s|)':'ctively,' all of the accidents iieing due to tile discharge of blank cartridges at too close range. The city -iviiB decorated in honor of the visitors and every thing was done by tho authorities to make tliem welcoiue.Col. Parsons may well congratulate himself upon tiie successful culniiuation ol tho alTair. managed by him from inception to finish. Fall Circular Now Gentlemon'e ,9ults,OVorcoat8, cto, Lnillca' Fur and Cloth "Wraps from the well-lmown Ktotfa o{ Sliopartl 4; Norwcll, It. II, White, Geo. A. Pliunmer, C. X. Carter, and many othcra. THE LEWIS & HEATON CLOTHING SUPPLY CO. Washington St,, Oor. Temple PI. THIS COIVIPLIMENTARY BS GOOD FOR One Bozon ot our best Instnn-tniionus Ten Hollar Cnlilnet. I'fioto-KrapUs and ono 1 axSE 830 Cx-ayon, for ffla.oot or Ono I�o7.on of our liost Ton ItuUnr Cabinets, 'M'itll-out the Crayon, for (ta.OO. THE PHOTO. CO.'S XowMnmmoth rortrnit nnd Photoeiraphie i'lirlors, 476 �VTashington Street, Oor. Avon, Opp. Jordan, Marsh & Co. Bostok. Cut Hits oitt and brlinK it tvitlii you, iiitil siw'o      to S"iO* [8] SuWtf o5 Trcniert by iho nowoKt nnd infiHtmicccsEful methoda QiiliiK muvK our aim I  Low o.haigeB.  Easy temia Ilook rtrHt-riiiing cur "Home Treiument** the qiUclo cat and Hiiff.'ai irRiiliTicnt known, sent freo. DESLON-aUPRE MEDICAI. COMPANY Incoriioi-aK'd under tlie Inws of tlio htate oi Mnsn, !�.�; TKKSIONT ST., TBOKTOBT, SIASS. . olllco liiHus: (ItoOdiillv; W'eiincsdny anrt Satur-diiy tvcnliiBS; Suu<1uys_10 to l,_t8] SuTIliB* o6 DISEASES OF NERVOUS SYSTEM CURED AT THE SANATOEIDM , , 282 OohmhnB Ati Consultutiou Fruo from 11 to S.SO, Su OB ABOUT BIRDCAGES-N0.47. Other cao-es "just as good as the HENDRYX." 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