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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 2, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                1* I' w THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE- SUNDAY, 'NOVEMBER *2, 1890-TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES. atftmx SmiEmg (Sink. TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES. SUNDAY, NOV. 2, 1S90. UNDER THE ROSE. In victory or in defeat William E. Russell will run down to Cape Cod next; Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock nnd finish tho �week there shooting and loafing. At tho close, of his two former campaigns Democracy's young leader divortod and re cuporated himself in tho seclusion of a little marsh on tho Cape, and he will let nothing etand in tho way of a repetition of tho Jaunt this week. Tliis. he tolls me, has boon at onco tho hardest and the beat of his campaigns. Gov. Bracket* has gone into tho fight so sparingly that he does not feel that he will need a vacation after the election. Judging from his personal appearanoo.tbe Governor is in far better physical trim than lie was in the campaign of lost year, when, it will be remembored, he had to give up and go to bed in tho midst of tho fight. Lieut.-Gov. Haile has kept out of tho turmoil entirely this year, and thus furnished his doubters with a frosh proof of the sincerity of his declaration that he does not want to succeed Mr. Brackett as the head of the ticket, but will retire altogether from politics when ho leaves his present place. Congressman Randall of Now Bedford is another reticent factor in the canvass. Mr. Randall is not saying a word on the stump, but in my fancy I can hear, even at this distance, the screech of his saw as ho industriously pulls it through tho political hardwood of the first, district. Mr. Randall is leaving tho constitutional issues of the canvass to his opponent, Col. Codman, and devoting himself to squeezing tho palms of the people If ho remembors faces as well as somo other things be must be an electioneering success. Ho onco told me, for instance, that, although ho had not sung them since his boyhood, ho could repeat �ny one of Dr. Watts' hymns, after hearing the opening hue. Dr. Everett is a delightful surprise to his constituents who meet him oif tho platform. Dreading the stiffness of tho traditional sohoolmastor, they are most agreeably disappointed by a bustling, rather stylishly-dressed man, who doesn't ofton forgot a face or a namo, and who groots the people like oomrades. Yet, he is tho veritable scholar in politics, and a punil of his at Harvard, Harvey Colli-son, was tickled immensely upon entering tho 6th district headquarters ono night, only an hour before tho doctor was to make an important spoeoh several miles away-and found him there all alone and intontly reading Livy!       __ I am told by somo of the good citizens of Dedham that George Fred Williams estab, lishod bis reputation as a public debater when only 14 years old. It was at ono of the town meetings of his native placo, when lie arose and made a telling speech against the injustice dono bis mother in assessing her property too high. The youthfulnoss of tho orator and the convincing arguments in hisi speech captured his fellow-citizens of the shire town of Norfolk county, and they voted to abate the taxes. From that timo forward young Williams grew in favor and popularity with his townspeople. Congressman John F. Andrew is commonly addressod by his associates in Washington as Gov. Andrew, and he is regarded as one of tho most amiablo members of Congress.    _ Both GoorBo'Fred Williams andVJohn C, Crosby of Pittsfield represent bachelorhood on the Democratic congressional ticket, and each is a fine looking man of graceful figure and pleasing address. An interesting report comes from Pitts-field that Mr. Crosby's sistor is one of his best lieutenunts in tho twelfth district contest. Congressman Rockwell,J,tbe;.!Kepublican candidate out there, is tho father of seven or eight hearty boys. Col. Codman of Cotuit, Honry Cabot Lodge of Naliant. William Everett of Quiiicy, and Joiirs II, Frenchot Gloucester, are none of them till the year round residents of tho districts in which they are candidates. All of them, except Dr. Everett, huve houses in Boston. Col. French's business interests, however, lio largely at his summer home. Cnpt. James A. Fox used to be on the stage, as most Cambridge people remember, and I liavo always understood that he was a minstrel in tho palmy days of burned cork. Bun BttiKit. O'Neil Closing on Mc- Donough. 'SUES IT WAS WS?" Nearly 30,000 Coupons PoM There Are 845 Names on Some Changes Among the Heads of Classes. Jtcg Mining with the edition of today's Globe only those candidates with GO votes and over are on tho published list. On and after Tuesday neoct the names on the house list will be limited to candidates having 1KOQ votes or* more* The polls will close on Saturday at 1 o'clocl&s other days* at 3, Send ballots to "Vote Counter, Globe Office." The coupon is on the second page* POPULAR LEADEfiS FOB THE   HOUSE. Judse Hoar's Anecdote of a Case of Mistaken Identity. Tho following yarn, according to the Lowiston Journal, was recently related to a Maine attorney by Judge E. K. Hoar of Concord. It indicates that there are cases of mistaken identity: A man was tried for highway robbery at East Cambridge come �it) years ago. He had no counsel, belonged to the class of habitual criminals and as the evidence went in you would have said that his case was hopeless. The person roobed Identified him with absolute certainty. Other witnesses who had known him long and intimately testified to Seeing him in the neighborhood of tho place where the robbery was committed just bo-iore it occurred, and others who know him equally well heard his voice at- tlio timo of Ihe outcries and saw him running away iroui the scene of tho crime. As the government ended thol examination of each witness the court asked the prisoner in the clock if hi. wished to ask the witness any questions. To which ho uniformly answered, "Yes, one question," and being told to ask it, it was each timo: "Are you sure it was me?" To this each witness repliod: "Certainly; I know it was you." When the, government's case wns closed tho judge asked tho prisoner if ho had any evidence lu oiler or wished to say anything to the jury. He had seemed to be very calm and unmoved during the trial, making no comment on his failure to disturb tho confidence of any adverse witness, and to tho judge's qunrtlon mslied: "I should like to call one witness." \Caii liiru, then," said the judge. "Is Capt. Bobbins in court/" said tho prisoner, and there stepped forward the well-known master of tho house of correction with Uis record book of commitments under his arm. "Do you knew me?" asked the prisoner. "I should think 1 did," replied Capt. Itob-bius:. Ill you look in your record and tell the war: U ri(tl* day of the crime on trial.) C:.|'t. KubUiiut b-oked in his book, "Yon w-rt! in tho hou.v: of correction at South B'.>. , -1; marasmus, 2. Ib'-ro were lu duath.s tr\Un viohnt niiUM.-.s. The number ol '.hi:--..'l-i-u who died uii'.vr 1 year was Hi ; tun nm&K-r under c years, CI. The number �>i ;.vr�ui4> � Uu died over 00 years ol age was �], lliuoidut being HI yews,. The deaths ia put&c uuststuUttk* w�e "5. John M'Donongh, Supt, of Letter Carriers, Boston...................12,701 Dan O'Neil, Wago-Eimor, Boston.-.....-8728 Company 0, 9th Eogimsut.............6906 Oharlos E, Dnrgin, Salesman,77 Summerst. 4861 Company H, 1st Kegimont, Ohelsoa.......4585 Edward L, Dailoy, Lstster, Lynn.........3647 Company A, 8th Regiment.............3442 JoBoph A,Mcv"oy, Letter Carrier, Boston.. -3219 Company 0,1st Kogiment, Boston........3147 F, H, Poak, Newsman, Medford..........3007 Miss Mamie Earns, Oaohior, Vieth's Spa,.. .2682 Miss Hollio Mason, Saleswoman, G, A, Plnm- mor & Co.......................,.2681 Albert W. Tumor, Meohanio, Boston......2537 S, J. Wholan, Jr., Moohanio, Everott......2504 Oharlos Humo, Pomi, Mutual Ins. Offloe____2627 Miss A.S.Tnylor, Toaohor, East Cambridge. .2437 Vinoeut Pothorston, ITowsinan, Hotel Von- doma...........................2163 John J. Murphy, Newsman, South Boston. .2005 J, Charles ThomaB, Jr., Salesman, Boston..2062 William P. JDritiooll, Meohanio, Boston.... 2048 D. A, Snllivan, Salesman, H, A, Hartley & Oo,2030 Isabella Holland, Jordan, Marsh & Co.....2020 J, 0, Sanborn, Train MaBtor, 0, O.B. K____2014 ThomaB W, Burlingamo, Machinist, Boston. 1092 F. L.Murphy,Newsman, Manchester, N. H. .1901 Mi M.Maok, Wage-Earner, Brooldino......1956 T, J,Cully,Poliooman,StatlonNo. 10,Boston.l946 B, F, Terry, Telographer..............1913 Miss Maraio MoHugh, Saleswoman, Boston. 1867 Stoamer Ho, 1, Walthani.............1843 Miss Nellie Doe, Toaohor, Marlboro.......1807 J, J, Goodwin, B. Emp, Portsmouth, N, H,. .1742 J, Frank Pioros, Fitoliburg K, R.......... 1739 John Hafford, Poliooman, SoniorviUe. .......1690 Volunteer Hose, 2, Wakefield............1643 Engine Company No. 38, Boston. .........1669 T, J, Gairity, Letter Carrier, Maiden- ,. ,. 1564 Engine Company Ho, 12, Boston.......-...1629 James P. Fox, Salesman, Boston.........1493 Josoph J, Smith, Letter Carrier, So. Boston. 1477 Oharlos H, Oobnrn, W, E, S, B. B........ .1407 Strafford Ghard, Dover, N. H.............1459 F, J, Grunt, Salesman, Boston............ .1433 Engino Company No. 15, Boston.....,...1415 A. T. DoLuoo, Nowsman, South BoBton..... 1410 John MoAvoyi Young's Kotol.........�., .1404 B, H. Aylward, Cambridge..........1387 Frank J, Dunn, Letter Carrior, Boston----1371 D.J.Oosgrovo, Letter Oarrior, Oambridgepart,1376 Mrs, A, B. Hilton, Wage-Earner, Maplowood.1366 John A, Williams, Wage-Earner, Boston.. .1356 George Josoolyn, Wage-Earnor, Oonibridgo.1287 Battery 0, let Battalion, Lawronoo.......1246 T, J. Shea, Nowsman, Boston............ 1221 John E. Etophonson, Janitor............1210 F, M. Twombley, M, M,, 0, 0, R, R,, Boston .1190 MissM.E.Hiissotl,Toaohor,Horthflold, Vt. .1181 0. A. Saunders, R. K, Employe, Boston...�. 1150 Company M, 8tb Regiment, Somorvillo.. ..1144 Jamos J. MoWeony, Salesman, E, Boston. .1112 Ohas. E. Lu Grand, Wage-Earnor, Sulom, Mass............................1103 Tlios. E, Barron, Salesman, E, Boston..... 1088 J. F, Carlisle, Salesman, Boston ............ .1088 J, Army, Newsman, Boston.............1077 Thos. F. Meagher, Wa^e-Earner, Arlington. 1056 STRUGGLE I'OK THE HOUSE. There are 51 Candidates, with 131,-009. There were II) new candidates, whoso vote carried them into the house list yesterday. Daniel O'Neil is closer to Maj. McDonough than ever, although that popular leader has 12,791 votes. The growth of tho contest is best shown by the immense vote that has already beon polled for tho house leaders, 131,009. THEY LEAD  THEIR  CLASS. CfitE 1'ou Coutiii or Cold.-As toon as th�e i; thy sb'iiijt-.ist indication vfscossli  , u4.* during the day a lew ''it>\-.cn't IirvK'j.\,xl Trodi-m." iCc atiui. , ' >:!-    ji tains ol u>wa lots, at l.i , wili conuntTice on Mon-e.i.-.:- v so.  itui!-;,tt- tjtcursiotm cm all Daniel O'Neil, Wage-Earner.     , Company C, 8th Begiinont. .  THEM. Those "Who Are First in the Hearts of the Voters. Tho employes of Thomas Kelly & Co., woullen merchants, on Cnauuuy St., are still lackiuK their friend, Daniel O'Neil, and he still bolus tho front place, although closely pressed by Company C, 8th ltegi-ment. Sah-suuui Charles 15. Xhuwu has jumped to the third place. Letter-Carrier Joseph A. ileViy hud very few votes to spare wUi.-u tlio coupons lor William Welch were counu-d. A new leader lor the saleswomen was made by the voters yesterday, �.v�f S5W� vi whom dt.rlart-d for Miss Kale  'i-ther�tou Mill hohis it. All day Ioub the \vlvt� in tl.v luvi'Unu.c iti>tr:(iutvd thtfii iiivnii. M-u�ii A'U-a W. T.jrt.vv, a J^l.;.: ,       si- Ai iis..,i;t. ^j,,,  ui J.:.g A.i.-t.uC worlcs and William P.rJrisooll,lithograph.er and by a narrow margin grave tho former first place. Miss Josephine Bogan of Chelsea passed the leader of tenohers, and Charles H. Coburn of the West End Stroot Kailraad Company of railroad employes. Steamer Company 1 of Waltham is again in front and Officer T. J. Cully holds his place. Although the now list is limited to candidates with CO votos and over thoro aro still 846 names on the printed list. * 6alesmnn. Charles E. Pnrgln, 77 Summer st.. ,M S8 Charles E. howls, M. A. Parker & Co.......441 W. F. Buoall, Melroso......................417 Burton Derrick, Boston....................400 Henry O'Gorman, J. 11. liarnahy.......... .384 James J. SlcAVeony, East. Boston.......,.... .381 G.vl\ Peterson, Korwooil...................350 Burton Derrick, Boston....................351 J. C. Anderson, Boston.................... � 345 John X. Gloason, South Boston..............308 11. E. Paul, Boston........................260 John A. Konniml, II. J. B.illey .t Co..........202 C. M. Holmes, Hunt * Klclnu'duon Drug Co.....244 A. S. Temple, Cambridge...................238 Gus Poggl, Boston........................280 David 31. Golden, Boston.........,.........234 E. 1'. Hoit, Charlestown....................232 A. Slmncvs, Metcalf in Co...............;... 220 Oliver T. Uulgor, Wrest Somorville............229 11. J. MoKoan, Standard Shoo Co.............225 S. Swig, Cambridge.........................220 D.B. Jlardy.Slngoi'Maohine Co......,......100 If. W. Engley, East Cambridge..............190 \V. T. 11. Scott, Ilolihs & Son.................180 H. M. Amsbm-y, Boston.....................180 Ii. S. Carpenter, Melrose Illt'lilancls...........178 Maurice JlcGrath, Hookhuut, Jle...,,........100 O. G. Small, Boston.......................100 M. Harris, Boston........v.....167 E. F. HinOB, Jackson, Ii. I..................�� 1C0 L. M. hllihy, Jfo. K74 Washington st..........137 A. A. Reilway, Cnmbrldge.................... 137 William V. Scott, IA A. Foster & Co...,.,... ..130 C. F. Normand, Worcester.......�...........133 James B. Lord, Boston..............-,..... 130 A. Swallow, Boston.......................122 George S. Brooks, West Eoibury........121 CharleB SI. Conrad, Cambritlgoport.,,,........120 T. Worthlngton, Boston.....117 George B. Horse, Boston....................117 F. L. Beal, Natlck..................110 John F. McGratli, Charlestown114 Fred G. l'earo, East Weymonlli......,......114 F. 15. Bickford, Portland, Mo................100 Fred Nichols, Boston...................... 108 C. S. Simpson, New Bedford.,.......105 William H. Irving, A nullum A Co........,,. .104 Elmer E. Norrls, Boston.................... 104 II. C. Barrus, with C. A. Cat-ruth, Athol....... J.03 C. H. Creed, Oriental Tea Co................ 07 F. M. Oliver, Goffstown, K. H..........., ,.. Ol S. A. Howard. Charlestown................ 00 J.V. MoGrnlh, Henry Krey .15 Co............. 87 P. Waruwell, Lawroucc.Wlldo A Co.......... 85 C. B. Howe, Boston....................... 84 W. A. Dakln, Boston...................... 70 E. F. Pockham, Boston.................... 78 John It. Murray, 35 and 07 High st..,,....... 77 O. M. Harriinnn, Chelsea................... 70 J osepli II- Edwards, Boston................. 73 E. Shlrloy Book, Boston.................. 72 II. M. Wright, Jordan, Marsh & Co.....71 C. J. O'Koefe, Sulom........,.............. 70 II. W. Clough, Natlek...................... 70 F. I'. Hlslo|i, Charlestown.................. 08 Warner Itaillett, Kockland, Mo.............. 04 Arthur II. Jndklns, Boston.................. 00 Frank h. Barnard, Lynn............, 53 Georgo L. llargraves, Boston.............., , 52 John II. Loughman, Boston...............52 J. h. Allen, SouthFramlughain....., .. ., .... 52 Walter E. Men-Ill, Boston.......,.........50 E. D. Hall.Moloulf.MuHH................... 50 Everott T,. Lovejoy, Waverly................ 50 Joseph A. Fratles, Boston............CO Newsman. Vincent TethDrston, Boston.......,3712 Fred L. Murphy, Manchester, If. H.,,,......2044 John J. Murphy, South Boston .1520 J. Army,Boston..........,.....,........ ..1307 A. T. Uel.uce, Boston.....,. ,.......3205 T. J. Bhca, Boston......................1181 W. B. DanCorth, Chelsea.........800 FrodL, IJounlie, Cambrklgoport, .848 W. II. Dyer, Boston.................,......828 it. J. Brown, Cambridge.................... 780 Georgo W. Bias, Boston........ ,............. 709 Pope Gltibn, Togus, Mo.................,,.. .004 George Murphy, East Cnmbrlilgo............. 001 F. O. Partridge, Portland, Mo................505 John J. Jlyan, Hoxlmry................,.... 527 Goorgu Faulkner, ltoxbury.........,.,.......432 Jumea nnuu. South Boston..................427 Georgo B. Matchies, Boston . 415 Klmcr E. Brown, Boston....,......,....�. .400 Wllllain James, Dorchester....... .. B80 Philip Woolf, Boston.........,.............381 Frank II. Poak, Modforil.................... 342 Sherburne Bros., Maldon........... ,.309 Ralph L. P.oborts, Itoxbuvy.................. .208 Roland B. Bobbins, Somervillo................270 F, Doyle Boston............................ 209 William MoAnloy, Bnrro, Vt.................235 Eddie Felt, Charlestown....................225 J. Ardlnl, Boston........................... 318 James E. Fitzgerald, Charlestown............ 214 Mary Mlxon, Boston.......................198 W. F. Fierce, Melroso.,.................... 108 II. L. Card, Fall-haven................. .187 E. Everett G!M�, Brldgton, Mo.............. 185 G. A. Wood, Taunton............��.,�... .-180 W. W. Leopold, Portland, Mo.... ,,,, .......170 C. E. Goldthwntt, Churlost.own.... �,...     .., 140 Walter L. Patuo, Oamhrldgo ................ 140 Louis Blmbamn, Bostor..................... .140 M. Miuiuy, Boston..........................130 Harris Campbell, Taunton...................131 John J. Wise, Boston. v.......,,..,........127 G. M. Esty, Wntorvillo', Mo...................128 G. A. Wood, Taunton......................123 W. B. Morrill, Orango.....................119 Charles Goiw, Boston.....................Ill 0 nines A. Oullcn, Boston..........110 Warren Gerald, Cochttuuto........,,.......107 Joseph W. 8!ioa, HavoihlU...................101 OhnrloB W. Larmont, Klclnuond, Me..........101 Katrlok KoBfe, Boston................,........101 H. E. Huiledgo, Portsmouth, N. II.,........... 07 II. W. Covan, tjulnoy....................... 00 It. Tomefohril, Charlestown................. 85 T. J. Kelly, Boston........................ 05 Allen liable, South Froiulngham.............. S4 Mnbel S. Poobu, Boston............� 84 T. Tobin, Dorchester ......�.�,,,. 81 A. Fisher, Hydo Park...................... 80 C. C. Talbot, Putnam, Conn................. 77 A. n. Maddocks, Boston...................... 77 C. A. Slliloy, Boston.........*...........        08 T. J. I.iiK'han, Haloin....    ........�..,..-. 07 Albert Morse, Boston....................... 02 E. W. Wlnegar, Jtoxbury................ �.-. 00 Ernest Thompson, Boston................ ..... 59 J. McSwoeney, Boston....................08 Charles It. Brown, Wohurn................. 07 William C. Thomas, Boston....... .,,.... ...... CO E. Mulvey, Boston......................... 54 Charles Anderson, Dorchester................. 58 Frank 11. Doiyuo, Hartford, Comi.,,,........ 52 Georgo W. Stacey, ltoxbiuy........ 52 John Cloven, Ken-ton Highlands.....�...-�>... 51 A. C. Hosmer, Loomlnstor..........,.,...... 51 Thomas ICeonau, Boston................... 51 Edward 0. Harpln, Boston..,.,�.�.*.....-^..v.. CO Railroad Employes. Charles II. Coburn, Boston, W. E. St. It. It.... 2274 J. C. Bullhorn, gen. train master, O. C. It. II.. .2014 J. J. Goodwin, conductor, B. &� M. It. It., Portsmouth, N. II.........................1798 J. Frank Pierce, Fitchbuig It. P.., Bosto:.......1711 C. A. Saunders, B. ,t A. It. It...............1120 Moore, Homcrvllle,     E. It. It............. .. .085 L. C. Prescon, conductor, It. & L. It. K........U78 F. A. Cobletc.ii, South Boston.............. . .822 Fred E. Ci'iilf, PenTinylvunia raUroiid....803 E. C. Thompson, ltoxtiury.................. 702 Ash Bartlett, Jl. ,t M.,W. division............084 M. Fogar;y,co!id.,W. E. St. It. It., South Boston, 05-i C. II. Ticnhulm, Soiiicrvlllc..................031 George E. Dru;�;r, for*-man,W. E. St. It. It., Box-bury.............................. . .546 F. D. P.iown, Smith Boston.......601 G. F. Matties, Wellborn, N. H.............. . .407 Edward Ames, SonicrviUo................. .430 S. C. Glftord, crier, O. C. It. It. . ........ ......431 George W. Littlchale, Stonolliim... ........... .409 John Black, Dorchester...................-385 Hurry' H. 2s'owhall,St-jnultam............... .850 C. w". Morgan, B. & A. P.. It., Brookllne...-.. 341 J. F. A. IU11, cond.. B. i M., E. division.......332 W. D. Brenner, South Boston....., 290 Charles E. Scott, Boston.. .................... 280 G. F. Smith, W. E. St. 11. P...................275 E. W. Townsiml, B. * it. It. It., Salraou Falls..235 D. T. Belli, KouUi Boston.........^.........22H Klch W. Kennedy, W. E. oond... .......^ ...� ..210 CHI ion O. I'uuk-y, Ea^t BouicrviUo.,. ........ 215 J. W. Buruham, l-'t'-cUburi; It. H.......203 Josoph W. Cuokf, cund., W. E. 8U It. P.........201 p. Biu-kir. CM-.d. Purtlnul train, B. 4 11., Ii. div.102 M. T. Ward, stutluu afciit, II. ii A. lt.lt.........180 i;tdr,:i- T. Tuylor,I'.ustuti.........,.,..,.,..175 Gei-lV*' A- Bound, CV-ncord, ilu*$.......174 Waldo f- 1'crd, lr.sr*iUi:. W. �. Bt-B. B..M,�..178 p. J. Jerflan, Ilydw Part____.........,�*.. .170 Gourde E.Hollon, West AaWn........ .... ICQ Anthouy l'Uif, Slruintifo...................101 A. 11. Wiggtn, coud, kl. ii A. R.      AuburndoIe-ltO A, 11. ik-in.'Ut'ii, Lynn..................,..,158 Pianca n. licuut-y. Chinioslovai...... .110 Juhu I.. liav-l.iwv, I'h.uiusi'.'^ti..., ........ ..l^o '1. I. ltiii-.uui.ii. llvt-'.JIi.....................l'-'i Many j. PvU-i;., cum., W.     St. Jt. It.........11-0 2. i:. li.ii.i-.-l. iaiu.-.i.....................-�li .2303 .2340 . 2241 .1242 . .019 . . 815 . . 054 . .000 . .BBS . . 533 . .407 ..384 . .304 ..372 ..301 . .327 . .291 . .284 . .200 , .269 . .252 .. 230 . 221 1!212 . .205 . .205 ..188 . .184 ..101 . . 159 . .155 . . 140 . .133 .. 125 ..120 . .120 .. 115 ..104 ..102 ..100 . .100 . .100 ...09 David Clifford, corn!., 0.0. II. It.............113 J. W. Stanley, Fninklln Park................112 W. W. Hannon, station agent, B. ti M. B. R, Oak Grove......�.,...................t., ,.107 A. B. Hubbard, Fltohhurg 11. B., Charlestown.. 105 William F. Orrosby, O. 0. E, B., Hyannls......102 Edwin Morgan, Lawrence............, .100 M. F. O'Oonnoll, B. A M. B. R........., .��... 100 J.M. Washburn, Jr., BoBton........,,,,, 00 James Comerforrt, W. E, B. B. starter.,..�.., 00 T. II. Williams, freight oond., Sulom......... 03 J. A. Annis, North Cambridge.....01 James McGowan, Worcester..........., .,.. 00 Gardner L. Bradford, Plymouth....... 90 Gordon McTnggat, Plttsllold, Mo.............. 87 n.McGachle, Charlestown......85 A. J. Little, Haverhill........82 E, A. Stoiy, Boston.................,, ., ,', 81 Albert W. Balloy, B. *. M^. It. It., Oak Grovo.,,, 80 Henry Black, Cambrldgenort............80 GeorgeII, Parker, Bostou.................. 77 William II. Hitchcock, Lynn____,........... 74 W. H. Mcsorve, engineer, 0. O.B. It,, Mattapaa, 73 M. A. Andrews, Chelsea......,.... 70 II. J. Elklngton, Boston........ ,,. 70 N. G. Coffey, Ayer............,.... r, ..... 00 Thomas Vahey, Watertown.,. i.............. 08 J. A. Grossman, Fanouil............05 John Cain, Walthnm...................... 04 Edward J. Butler, M. Y. & N. E. B. B.. 03 Cyrus L. Williams, Saxonvlllo.....02 J. T. Matthews, W. E. St. It. B.....01 ,E, H. Corey, B. ,t A. It, It. ...,.............. 01 W. F. Savory, SomorvUle........----01 John ICIng, Charlestown......,.....,,...... 67 Georgo H. Cash, HyannlB................... 67 Fred Baker, Brookton.................56 M. J. Barry, Allston, Mass., baggago master.... 58 P. J. Flanlgan, Charlestown...;............. 63 William U. Mnrthy, Boston........,.....,,. 62 Jamos McLonnan, Worcester................ 62 George II. Eaton, 15. * M. It.lt., Itevore........52 W. C. Brown, Fltchhurg It. It............... 62 Charles Kemp, South Boston................ 61 Philip P. King, paymaster, W. E. It. B........ 51 Charles A. Fishor, 11.  ..... Xrfsttev Cavi'ler. Jo�oph A. MoVey, Boston... Walter F. Welch, Boston...... D.J. Cosgrovo, Camhridgoport.. T. J. Canity, Maldon......... Josoph J. Smith, South Boston.. Frank J. Dunn, Boston........ Georgo E. Hurrlngtou, Boston.,, Woltor Wholan, Boslon. Charles H. Looko, Boston Frank G. Haley, Koxhury,, John F. Boloa, Chelsea,........ John J. Lorlng, Boston........ John G. McCarthy, Somervlllo. Aaron II. Bldloy, Chelsea......... Charles E, Linton, Cambrldgosiott.. Gcortte M. Wont, Boston....... Eugono Blossom, BoBton......... Charles J. Ithoadoa, Sonth Boston.. James J. O'Brien, Boston ........ JolmCurran, Boston............ ptoreoF. CitsB, Charlestown........ George Hart, Boston............. William T. Kendall, Boston..,. C. II. Brine, Somerville.........,. Charles S. Marsh, Chelsea...,...., W. It. Hogan, Boston............ W. A. Cleveland, North Cambrldgo. FiauclB P. Tunibull, Boston...... Porter Converso, Fiskdulo........ R. II. Skelly, Chelsea............. William J. O'Brien, South Boston.. Charleo W. Getehell, Salem....... John Nolan, Brookllne............ A. B. Wilson, Boston............ S. S. Foster, Boston............. Kobort D. Barrltt, Jamaica Plain... E. H. Kingston, Boston.......... T. G. Pitman, Boston............ Edward Brown, Eoxbury......... T. J. Qulnn, Cambridge.......... Edward W. Beal, Dorchostcr...... JamcB Mitchell, Boston........ JohnM. CampboU., Camhrldgeporb James Cruddon, South Boston..... Edward D. Klrley, Cambrhlgoport. William It. Beed, Maiden......... A. L. Sutton, Cnmbrldgoport....... John F.Itochn, Boslon. T. C. Henderson, Boston......... James L. Adamson, Jamaica Plain.. H. McEwen, Koxbnry............ Benjamin Soden, Dorchester....... James A. Kelly, South Boston.. Georgo W. Harrington, Eoxbury,., II. Z. Wright, Roxbury........... It. Clifford Browning, Charlestown. G. F; Alley, Boston.............. W. II. O'Brien, Boston----....... ,1. Perley Stone, Beverly...,,.,.,.. T. E. I.ooinls, Back Bay........., J. G. Farrell, Boston............. John D. Donovan, Cambridge..,. 07 80 84 83 81 77 74 73 73 71 70 70 07 02 01 CO 69 57 65 65 54 . 04 , 68 . 62 , 62 60 60 , 60 60 50 60 60 60 CO .....3219 ,,, ,. 3120 .....1775 .    , . 1544 .....1482 .....1471 .....1208 ,.....0G3 .......882 .....721 ......07B .......067 .......042 ......584 ......471 ,.,.. 440 ......412 ......305 ......820 ....... 820 ......325 ,..-..834 ......287 ......285 ......209 ......220 ......211 .......100 .......188 ......172 ......105 .......185 104 ......101 ...... .160 ... .....150 ......143 M.....141 .......140 .. ....120 .......110 ......100 .......106 ......100 ...... 90 ...... 00 80 80 Steamer No. 3, S. Natlok.,. Steamer No. 1, Milton..... Steamer No. 1, Aahland. �.. ........ ITire Kifttflno Company. Steamer Company No. 1, Woliham, Muss.....201D Engine No. 12, Boston............,.......... 11101 Volunteer Hose, 2,Wakefield. ,,.,,...... .1005 Engine No. 30, Boston...........,...,.,.,.. 1018 Engine 16, South Boston...... ...�........,.. 1605 Independence, Nr.. 3, Concord. ..............918 Hose No. 1, Natlok......................... 809 Highland Hose, 5, Woburu..................704 Enterprise Hook and Luddcr, Middk-bovo......0B9 Rescue Hook and Ladder Company, Westboro.. 000 Torrent Engine Company, No. 2, Hingliam.....051 R. S.Frost Hose,3, Chelsea............. ... . .4811 Chemical No. 10, Boston............        ... 481 Steamer No. 1, Foxboro.................402 J. P. Bradleo, No. 2, BaUiii-dvolo. ......410 Hook and Ladder No. 1, Maynard.......,..,...357 Engine No. 1, Chelsea..............---....281 Ladder No. 1, Chelsea...,.....220 Chemical No. 8, South Boston......... .* .... 212 Hoso No. 2, Marlboro......................21.0 Continental H. luid L. Hose Team, Gardiner,Me. 195 Tiger Engine Company, South Wuipole.......391 Triumph, No. 1, Berwick, Me................ .10(1 Ladder No. 12, Boston.................. ... .308 Engiuo Company No. S3, Boston.. ... . .......104 Pouoamokttt Hone, No. 8, Kingston. ..........102 Hose No. 3, Nona Luonuustcr...............146 Hose No. 2, WoUastun...................... 110 Rapid Engine Company, No. 2, Mod way., ... ..11 SI 11. and L. No. 1, Weymouth................ Ill J. Jackson H. and L. Co., Ashtuud., ..........110 Engine No. 6, E. Boston............ ....... -lot) Ladder No. IS, Boston.............. .,.....100 Dirl.i;o Entjlno Compiiny, No. 1, Sprmjjvalv, Hu. 100 L&dtkr No. 1, Cmut'ridijo................... ti! Gerry Hose, No. 8, MiLrllthcad............     75 Liberty Hi*-, No. 1, ilurbWieod............. 7f. AUhi Hum, No. 2, Gnat loll,, N. IL......... 7f. St'-Uttior No. 4. MiilichChlv-l, N. 11............ 7>1 Uaimoek, No. 1, ilio.-l.luu-................. On Kcsr.w�.       3. lVro�u.iiei!i, S. II.......... l-S WiP.l.ini U'-U, X... -,        l�-i.v..-i............. 0'- th*i tV. N.i, X. (.Wmi................... i'd Saleswoman. Kate G. Doherty, Beal, Hlggtns & Henderson..3182 Nellie M.'MaBo'n, G. A. Plitmmer'e...........BOOO Mamlo Karns, Vieth's Spa, Boston.......... 2082 'Isabella Holland, Jordan, Mnrsh & Co.......2620 Mamlo MoHugh, Boston..'.................2124 fladlo Carroll, Jordan, Marsh ct Co. 530 Nellie F. Worcester, J. Otis McFaddon....... C04 Mario KobcrtBon, IB Avon st...............435 M�DavlB^Maplev/ood......,.............. 493 Lizzie Italian, Cambridge.........,,.,,..,, BOO Dlxlo Wheeler, It. 11. White ,fc Co........... 301 Nano Holland, It. H. White & Co............S83 Maggie Gllllgnn, C. F. Hovoy & Co.......... 355 Maty .Sullivan, South Boston Baking Co...... 342 Hoy Bolgor, Everett...................... 263 Nflllfo Gorman, BoBton.............208 Jennio .Richardson, Traill & Co.............107 Mattle Motcnlf, Boston.................... 190 A. F, Morritt, Boston..................... 175 Flora C. Austin, Freeman & Taylor.......... 171 Gertie Riggs, Boston.............,........ 167 L.il. Haosey, Boston............164 Moggie Magmth, South Boston....,.........161 Nelllo Oulpln, E. H. White & Co............ 145 May F. Mullen, E. n. White i Co........... 137 Annie F. Sweeney, South Boston............ 130 Ada Pond, Jordan, Marsh & Co............. 120 Edith Beal, Boston....................... 100 Ella Ci'Hin, East Boston................... 104 Irene Gollan, Boston....................,   95 Alloc M. Knight, Lynn.....................   87 Isabol Jackson, Jordan, Marsh    Co.......84 ,1, A. Williams, l'otiuoily..................,   70 Snilio Burke, Waltham....................   75 Ada M. Chapman, Boston.................   73 Minnie Fltzsimmons, with Owen Moore tfc Co., Portland, Mc............'.........00 JUary A. Fenolon, East Boston........,.....   00 Helena Bourke.Jt. II. White & Co...........   66 Minnie Whltten, R. II. White & Co..........   54 Jennie relton, Houghton is Duttou..........   63 Madge O. Kimball Boston.................   64 CoruB. Pool, Boston.....................   50 MlUtai-y Comiiany. Company C, 9th Regiment, Boston...........5845 Company M, 8th Regiment, SoniervlUe.......4810 Company A, Oth Regiment, Boslon..........3300 Company 0,1st Kegimont..................3298 Company II, 1st Regiment, Ohelflen..........3101 Company A, Strafford Guards, Dover, N. II... 1400 Battery C, 1st;'Battalion, Lawrence..........1240 Company H, 8th Eoghnent, Salem...........1080 Company H, Oth Rest., Sheridan Guards----. 904 Company F, Oth Regiment, Lawrence......,.. 725 Company E, 2(1 Eeglmont, Orange.........^, 035 Company D, 9th Regiment, Charlestown..... 443 Company I, Oth Regiment, South Boston......402 Battery A, 1st Battalion................... 380 Company G, let Regiment, Boston........... 365 Company A, 5th Regiment, Charlestown CadetB.833 Company L, 5th Regiment, Maiden.......... 242 Company E, 8th Regiment, Beverly......... 210 Company L, Oth Regiment, Natlck.......... 201 Company B, 1st Regiment, CambrldBoport..., 192 Company D, Eoxbury City Guards.......... 171 Troop A, Nalionnl Lancers, Boston......... 161 Company B, Oth Regiment, South Boston..... 160 Company E, 9th Eeglmont, Boston.......... 145 Company G, 5th Bogiment, Woburn......... Ill Company 1,2a Eegt., Nashua.FoSter BlfleB^.H. 110 Company F, Oth Bogiment, Marlboro........ 104 Company F, 8th Infantry, Haverhill........ 103 Company H, 5th KeRt.,Charlostown City Guard   75 Company I, 5th Eeglment, Attleboro.........   08 Company D, 2d Regiment, New Hampshlro... 06 Company I, 6th Eeglment, Concord, Mass....   67 Company L, 8th Eeglmont.................   67 Company O, 5th Regiment, Nowton..........   50 Company F,2d Eegt.,Heywood Guards.Gardner   65 Company K, 6th Bogiment.................   65 Co. D, Oth Eegt., Wu8hlngconGuardB,Fltohburg  CO Wane-Earner. Daniel O'Noll, Boston......5995 Charles II tune, Boston ..,,,,,,.....2524 II. M. Mack, Brookllne.....................1954 B. F. Terry, telegrapher........,. .1702 John McAvoy, Young'b Hotel.............. 1471 It. H. Aylward, Cambrldgo................. 1387 John E. Stevenson, Cambrldgoport..., .1210 Michael j; O'Dannell, North End...........1102 W. A. Ifltapatrlc.lt, Arlington...............1064 T. J. Colliding, Boston............1014 Mrs. HUton, Maplowood....................001 F. B. Weaver, I'lttflflold.. ,. .885 George Hogan, Salem.....,................840 John Dobbyn, Boston.......... .702 John J. Warden, hotol clerk.. ...............702 Daniel Hart, Cambrldgeport.........006 Mrs.E. A. Gamblo,lolophono operator, Boston. .500 Hezcktah Henderson, Boston......., ,,,.,...#84 Thomas F. Bowman, South Boston.,.,,.,..,. .512 EdwardM. Conley, Oharloatown...,,,,,.609 John A. Williams, Boston ... .498 J. V. Pauline, lSustBoston,.............420 William Canavun, Boston.............,....373 MIbb L. B. Oraham, stenographer, Roxbury.....372 John Dunn, Edgoworth....................304 J. Edward Ootliri, reporter, Manchester, N. H.. .357 JamoB McCarthy, Boston.................. 821 W. A. Clarke, Boston......................312 John n. Webber, Sonth Boston.,�,,...,,313 Arthur M. Hodgdon, Everott,,,,.-,..308 John E. Lovott, Lynn...........,,,.,,..,...300 Katlo Hydo,Charlefltown....... .202 Charles McCarthy, Boston..................271 P. W. Tighe, janitor........ ,, .............371 D. J. Manning, Boston..,,...... -208 Thomas J. Nolan, Somorvillo.,,,,,,, ........206 John MoDonough, Boston......269 Andrew Trahoy, Boston.................262 P. E. Green, Chelsea....................... 247 Charles 0. Galeucla, clerk, Scull Is Bradley... .217 M. J. Bishop, baker, Boston..................213 Elizabeth Gregory, Boston..................211 Patrick McDonough, Cambrldgeport...........201 R. L. Stevens, tclegraphev, Boston..,.. ..... �. .188 W. J. Adslt, Chelsea............-........... 180 John Donovan, Jr., usher.....................^80 L.J. Thyne, Lowell......,.........,...>.. .173 George Barnes, Boston.........Vt% B. L. Brown, expressman, Boston............171 C. A. Bartlett, Cambridge....,. _...108 CharleB A. Washburn, Cholsea........,.,,...100 John Newton, Oambrldgoport.... ...........104 J. W. Smith, Everett......,.............. .. 159 Mamlo Loonoy, Cltarleotown.....168 H. Albrocht, barber, JamalouPlain........... 155 Mra.15. Chase, dressmaker..................164 A. Brlckott, Boston...............;........153 Thomas F. Flynn, lamplighter, East Boston... .168 Jerouitiih Wall, Ilovoro Houso................ 163 Henry Sohtitu, Boston......................162 Fred Satnoiro, Biddoford, Me................ 140 D. r. Hnrrlgan, Roxbury.................. .148 Andrew P. Leutkin, truant oftleor, Gloucester .. 145 John Miuvey, Forest Hills..................146 Samuel W. llolmon, Uphnm's Corner ..184 II. G. Gottlicl:, South Boston................ 188 A. J. Lowe, Ashland, Mass..................183 Thomas S. Preston, Cambrldgeport.. .... .... .132 George B. Stone, Horace Partridge it Co .......128 John A. Kolly, East Cambridge..............127 R. E. Toliln, telegrapher.......,,,....,..,. .126 Alice Dunbar, Boston...........,.....118 E. M. Duohotte, Lawrence..............'w. ..112 CharlesE. LoOranA, Salem.........110 Alex j~UcK.om.ln, Boston...................... 110 H. Finn, Boston.......................... 108 M1�B II. D. Tuft, Lynn.....................Jt07 John L. Whlto, Boston...........,,.........107 William Honnens, Jamaica Plain......,......104 Honry A. Huff, Jordan, Marsh & Co....... .. 103 Goorgo L. Andrews, East Somorvillo.........103 John Flnloy, Charlestown....., .. .....102 Mamie Armstrong, Boston..................101 E. jV. Whlddon, South Boston.. , .�.,,.,.,.. .101 jVraanda Androws, East Boston.,. .300 Thomas J. King, East Boston..100 George II. Coatello, South Boston.. D. L. Weeks, Waltham.....................00 Thomas J. Greer, entry clerk, E. Cambridge.... 08 W.W. Dowsing, Cambrldgeport............90 Robert Morrison, Everett......., 91 Peter F. Conway, Charlestown.... .......... 00 Benjamin F. Atwood, Cambrldgo.............. 80 John W. Abbott, BoBton............,......82 John J. Donohuo, Northern Ex. Co., Somerville. 80 p. L. Garvey, Puabody...... Minnie Thomas, Boston. ,., J. F. MiUlkon, Boston. John Dowling, shipper J. Robert Muguire, Chelsea............. Edith A. Kimball, stenographer, Abiugton II. E. Carpenter, Koene, N. H........... Michael Martin, South Boston.....�,,..�, CharleB W. Bles, SouUi Boston......,.., Napoleon Cadorette, Wlnehendon..... Henry Donovan, Boston.. ., ......       ... H, E. Jacobs, liolbrook. ...... J. E. Salisbury, Revere.. F. Chatel, Salem...............t^... 11. L. Evaus, bookkeeper, Boston......... Miss L. Buchanan, Boston..... JitliuB O. Rath, Jamaica Plain... John Evaus, East Cambridge...s.. J. Martin Kelly, Cambrldgoport.......... Lizzie Connelly, Marlboro............ .,. Thomas F. Stack, SouthBostoa.......... James E. Ilalton, Boston............... W. II. King, Boston..... ThomOB Breen, Boston.. William McDonald, barber, Woburu.,.., C. F. Prince, Boston............... Daniel Trawling, clerk, Brooldlue.. E. C. Thompson, Ulgligute Centre, Vt... Cora E. Preston, AtUeboro..,. , Frank S. Morrill, Melroso....... H. Harrison, ItosUndalo......... . ^. .   . ..... T. W. Fitzgerald, Chestnut Hill...,......,.._. Georgo II Mahoney, 31 Broiutleld at, Boston.05 I. 8. McDonough, Eoxbury.. .... �,, CI It. F. Fltuhle, South Boston.,,, �,.......�.. 61 G. G. Bulilvan, Cambridge..., .vT. 60 Theodore Jeunuigh, Citj' Ball... ,,^,,...,, �0 A. O. Bruniuutt, Boston........u^t... CO James J. Kuclic, SuiiUi Boston.. ,a...�k.vu SO H'ollcemau, T. 3. Cully, station 3.0, Iin.-.tm.-----..,ffur, John HoHortl, somerrille...........�.��...J.740 Capt. JiuiR-j, Nlcl-.i-rsou, Bangor, Mo,..C70 11. Woodbury, Bonth Weyuiouth. ...�^���...6t7 Juhn ltyan, Newtou.....,.,.,........,,. .U4t l\ P. Murphy, nouoa 10........M....    ....OSS! William Burke, Chelsea.. .,....,._, .. 648 JuuitS A. 0,-Oiii*, I;'..s:ou. ,.4"3 Churtci imi.Bii.tKui 10......... ......___�42i W. h. Mo.ili-, 6l.iiu-ii 4...... ... ............ K.u.....................SV-J Iiviul; Suiitoi, l-.---i.-n.....................'i04 T. J, Hlcltoy, Dorohester....................260 John B. Eosatto, Boston..................254 D. II. Coonoy, Watertown..................250 John Clark, station 2, Boston........242 William T.Lewis, Boston...........,,..,...238 0. M. Dunbar, Btatlon 11, Dorohester,,.........i!Sl W. 0. Heald, Lynn........................ 218 G. E. Aldrloh, Btatlon 10...201 Michael Shields, Btatlon B.......181 Philip MoKenna, Woburn........,.���^e...l79 John T. O'Dowd, Manchester, S. H..,,. 153 Josoph Gosb, Boston..............150 James T. Hall, Cambrldgoport......,..�,.,.. 130 Jacob Karchor, division 0,...........128 GeorgoE. Hussoy, Chelsea......124 Oliver J. Wise, Boslon.........'............ 1-4 W. 8. Cummings, station 11.,.......122 John S. Donohuo, station 11................Ill James E. nines, station 1...................105 Goorgo L. Harris, North Andovor............ .105 W. M. Bony, station 12...................... 102 Kobort H. Connor, station 0................. 98 Edwin Newton, stntlon 10, Eoxbury,07 Maurice Pierce, chief of police, Milton........ 95 D. J. Lynch, station 10..................... 03 Levi W. Burr, Boston...................... 87 James Qulnn, division 14................... 7C F. L. Benjamin, Boston.................... 70 F. S. Benjamin, HoBlon.................... 75 Patrick McGnhoy, division 13.........,..... 7* E. L. Vaughn, Boston...................... 78 Michael O'Brien, South Boston.............. 71 Nathaniel F. Adams, division 10............. 07 Edgar A. Hicks, station 3................... 57 JnnieB Coolidge, division 2, Boston........... 60 J. F. M. Bnrk, Btatlon 3.................... 60 F. Schllboe, station 13..................... 50 Mechanic. ' Albort W. Tm-nor, gnsfitter, C. II. Forbcll Co. .2001 S. J. Wholan, Jr., Atlantic works, East Boston.2504 William P. Drlscoll, lithographer............2373 T W. Burlingaine, Boston Highlands.........2173 Edward L. Daley, laster, Lynn..............1074 George J OBeclyn, harnessmakcr.............1344 F. M. Twombly, master mechanic 0. 0. K. E.. 1288 C. B. Bosworth, Everott....................930 Henry J. Mulligan, cooper____..............920 Michael Leonard, Boston____'.'..............019 ThomaB Nolan, Charlestown................680 O. A. Bailey, paper ruler, Cambrldgoport......489 F. F. Gookiltz, Jr., Boston..................478 B. J. Dawns, Star Brass Mfg. Co..............450 John F. Flielan, Boston.................., .450 D. F. McAllister, plumber, Boston435 Maurice Lawton, South Boston.............. 410 James Gales, Everett.............404 II. D. Blanohard, Boston...........387 ThomaB Wilby, South Boston.......... .302 Stephen Porter, Charlestown.-...............300 F. A. Meier, South Boston.................,. 35G Alfred Wilson, Dorchester................. .841 Josoph Riley, boiler-maker, Charlestown, ,,,..328 W. IL Burgess, Chelsea____................310 John J. Healy, printer, South Boston......... 314 William F. McKoown, Cambridge........... .300 Edward F. MelConna, printer.......,....,..283 W. II. Messenger, Boston.................. .S81 William Hughes, cooper, Charlestown.........265 A. I'. Berg, Webb & Watson.....,..........254 S. A, Hayes, Cambridge....................251 Isaac L. I'olack, Cambridge...................203 J. H. Betters, Revere...................... .231 Henry Hinckley, E. Howard Clock Co..........220 0. L. Robinson, Somoryillo____,.............227 E. J. MoOormack, tailor, Dorchester.,'........227 Edwin Lermond, Boston.....................2l7 Thomas J, MurphyPJ1horseshoer................220 Frank Jago, Lewlston, Me...................212 H. P. Studloy, Boston.........210 A. Woodworth, Bralhtree...................207 Charles E. Ketine, Waltham.................201 F. C. Sawyer, Chelsea......................204 J. II. Grainger, East Cambridge..............200 Patrick T. Kennedy, East Boston............ ISO J. Kesselmau, Boston...................... 1S7 D, D. Drlscoll, Boston.....................184 George E. Wentworth, furniture pollshor......180 T. C. Bigwood, Chelsea....................178 William R. Mitchell, Cambridge.............174 Augustus F. Emory, Dorchester..............109 W. 11. Smith, Highland Wire nud Staple Works. 164 0. L. Aiken, Boston..........,.............153 Q. Shopard, Roxbury..........150 A. J. McDonald, Boston....................160 A. C. Sawyer, Hancock Inspirator Co.........150 Charles H. Jackson, Cambrldgoport..........150 J. A. Lookc, MUford................,......100 John F. Eagan, East Cambridge.... ......... 149 J.H. Currant, Smith & Lovott.... ..........147 JoliuM. Warn, Boston.....................142 M. S. Kuhurl, Rlloy ElevatorEidlroad Compauy.140 E. H. Elpley, engineer, Boston...............140 Dan Gallagher, lithographer, Bevero...........130 W. A. Cuppers, Chelsea.................... 135 Edgar E. Gray, Boston...................... 134 Dan Dotierty, South Berwick, )[�,,,,,,., 132 J, K. Boyle, Somorvillo.............,....,..125 M. J. Sheohan, Cambrldgoport...............122 J. P. McGowan, Boston....................122 Fred J. Kneelnnd, painter, Boston............ 121 A. Akeson, Southbrldgo....................117 G. C. Jainos, Roxbury......................117 J. G. Logan, Westboro, foreman, Norcross Bros.115 IE. T. Perdval, Boston................115 M. H. Barker, Boston..........118 James II. Shields, Boston............,.,....112 William T. Kenney, marble cutter.,.,.,��,. .107 Robert Miller, Boston...................... 100 E. R. Van Liter, Boutin Boston......... .... .. 102 .102 .102 .101 .101 .101 .101 .100 John L. Lord, Boston W. 1'. Prescott, Boston................. at Marks, Somervlllo............... Calvin MoComblo, carriage maker, Maiden, James Welton, South Boston............ Alf Butler, Ironworker, Boston.,........ CharleB E. Small, Chelsea.............. Anders Lafstron, superintendent II. Davenport's furniture faotory......................... Anton FernekecB, Dorchester................ Albert H. Bichardson, Mllfovd.., William Gilchrist, Jr., East Boston. J.Mattland, East BoBton........ ............ Fred A. Marcotte, Woburn,...�.,.� .-,,>.�. S. G. MoGtll, Somorvillo........ ........... C. W. Kyle, Somorvillo.................... George E. Strout, carpenter, Waltham...��* J. M. Foley, CholBoa.........,....,...,...< Leo MoCaidey, Jamaica Plain.. Peter Broughal, Boston.................... Edward Davis, inventor, Cambrldgoport.... ., A. W. DaUttff, Eoxbury.................... G. H. Smith, paper-hanger, Maiden. William Ilolinstroin, Aniesbury,............. William T. Brady, Eoxbury................. Fred Kimball, Charlestown,................ P. Cavanangh, South Boston.,.��.,.. George M. Wilson, Lynn.. Fred Shaw, Biddoford, Me. M. L. Stacey, Maiden........... 11. L. D'Entrcmbnt, painter, Lynn E. C, Baldwin, South Boston..... A. J. Alexander, Eoxbury J. F. Cniwton, BoBton....... Alexander H. Dresser, Wnban. Bobert Goodo, Chelsea. W. A. Card, Everett......... Henry Fish, Chelsoa....................... William Hilllor, mason, Cambrldgeport,.,� V. E. Bust, IpBwlch...........,............ William A, Stearns, Boston................ William 13. Livwery, South Boston........... P. Byruo, Boston Bank Note Company....... G. F. Lanlng, cablnet-makor, ehlpjoiner, Maiden. B5 .     .... �,�', 80 80 70 79 76 70 70 74 73 71 71 09 09 07 04 03 03 02 01 00 68 08 58 68 58 58 57 CO 65 03 53 03 Frank W. Haves, Eoxbury., M. T. Foley, Boston........................ W. L. Crockett, Boston................... ..... David Nugent,Marlboro.................... Joseph J. Lamb, plumber, Cambrldgoport...... Honry Whlttekcr, South Berwick, Mo,........ S. D. Samuels, Chelsea..................... A. A. Bunton, Lynn.................... ... Edward T. Brayden,carriage painter.......... J. Greonan, Brighton.... John Kerr, Nashua, N. H. WIVES CI* TALENTED MEN. Anecdote of Henry Grady a Text for �W.'Bdom. Tho following anoedote of Henry W. Grady is a convincing argument to the much-discuBsed theory that aspirin,?;, sifted women are not the host adapted to Doconie wdves ot talented men. It is said that on his return home one evening, alter a wearisome day's work, Mr. Grady found "Miss Jule." as he called his wile, bo deeply ahsorbed in preparing- a French lesson for a fashionable olass recently organized in Atlanta that, for the first time since their marriage, she was oblivious of her husoand's presence. AVith an expression of pain in his face he gently took the book from her hands and threw it across the room. "Please don't do that," he pleaded. "You are the one person who loves me for myself alone, without Itnowing or caring whether I am a jrenlus or a fool. If you get so smart, Miss Jule, I won't know where to so for comfort. See? Go, there's a dear girl, put on vour Paris gown and look handsome for dinner. Any man can have a wile talking French, hut I'm the only man in Georgia wdio will have the prettiest wife this side Mason and Dixon's lino to sit at the head of his table." And "Miss Jule" abandoned the French lesson. A man who is a poet, a writer, an artist, a doctor, is merged into the profession ho chooses; a woman is a woman still, whether she write or sketch or heal the nations. And because she is a woman she must be winsome and womanly and dainty. She can't afford to wear shabby gowns or mussy bonnets, and if she would Keep her husband's love she must never let him realize that she is superior to 1dm in intellect or power. It is irritating ruther than restful to a man to live with one who is continually in advance of him. Men smile at woman's ways as they call them, hut they aro disappointed if the woman hasn't ways to amuse thorn. And thai woman is more tenderly regarded who can make a tired man forget his voxations by the way she streets him when he comes home at night, by the way she has twisted her hair, by the way ehe sits and stands and walks in womanly Brace, by the pretty deference with whtoh she listens to his explanation of something she knows all about, by her amuijement at the story ho knows ho has told 25 times before, and she knows be hits told twice as tnauy, by the very cajolery with which she coaxes him into some new oxtniviiguuoo than is the smart woman who has written a treatise on LUeoso^iiy and for-I iiuttcn to vurl net tang. ACTORS LARGS AID SMALL. Gontlnnea from the Tontli J"ase. The fair Rosina's handsome manager, Olarenco Fleming, will make his first trip to Boston next week-that is, aB a benedict. Oliver Byron's "Plunger" is, a continued sucoess. Lithographs of the "Garheld Hut" aro being hung in all the leading cities of the United Btates. A formal request has been sent to?,Mr. Joseph Proctor tor a special dramatio entertainment to be given at Union Hall, by the pupils of his school. Miss Notlio Collins, tho young soubrotte of "Tho Fat Mon's Club," has made an ox. collont impression at the Grand Opera House tho past week. Ijouis Aldrich is roportod as doing an excellent business with "The Editor." The play Is reociving constant accessions by suggestions from, newspaper men. By special invitation, tho members of the New York Casino company, from the Gjoho Thoatre, will occupy a box at the Philharmonic this evening at the Boston. Wednesday matinees nre a Cleveland innovation at the Park. This weak thero will bo three afternoon performances, a special 'lection day ottering having boon arranged, Tho Thespian Dramatic Club has boen discontinued, as many of its members have entered the professional Hold. They gave as their last performance "Tho Colleen Bawn," in Quinoy, last Thursday evening, Election returns will he received at the Boston Theatre and announced by Mr. Hor-bert with his storfioptlcon, whioh will. tlso show portraits of the many candidates of both parties. ' Managov B. F. Keith will entertain the Philadelphia press and invited guests with a dinner at Hotol Lafayotte, in that city, Nov. -4, tho first anniversary of the opoidng of The Bijou in that oity. Otis and Gussie Gill, two clever little children of Roxbury Highlands, recently joined Prof, Ashley's speciality company and aro now travelling through Canada, winning succossos in all tho cities visited. A pretty ohlld in wax, picking a butterfly from his arm, has attracted muoh attention in the lobby at Austin's Nickelodeon, Messrs. Austin and Haynes have donated it to tho fair for the St. Mary's Infant Asylum, Dorohester. Charle3 Hoyt will forsake Boston for a day next week to go up to the metropolis of Charlestown, N. Ii. He says he is going there to vote, for fear they'll elect him to the Legislature in his absence. There are two other voters in town. Manager Isaao B. Rich of tho Hollis Street Thoatre is back from a vacation trip in Maine, and of course brought the usual basket of Bangor taffy, which has beon generously distributed to his friends from the Bosworth st. office. . A special performance will be given at Filling's World's Museum on olootion night. It wili begin at 10,80, and during tho performance the latest election returns received from all over the country from a private wire in Manager Pilling's offloe, will be read from the stage, Hoyt & Thomas' company, with Thomas E. Murray in "A Silent Partner," will appoar in Brookton, Monday; NewBedford, Tuesday; Fall River, Wednesday; Franklin, Thursday: and return for Friday and Saturday to the new AVoroestor Theatre, where they made a great success last woek, Nat Goodwin is said to give his rple in his now comedy, "Tho Nominee," so easily and effectively that he can almost be said to play it au nature!. Apparently, Mr. Goodwin has added another admirable work to his repertory, and it is oure to' be seen during his Boston ongagement at the Tremont, Charles Leonard Flotoher is receiving congratulations from all sides upon his successful and able management of the John Boyle O'Reilly benefit performance of tho "Colleen Bawn" by the Adolphi Club. The neat .mm of $17(5 will be added to the memorial fund as the result of Mr. Flotoher's enterprise. In "Little (more or less) Lord Fauntleroy" Stuart Robson has a very eomion-1 new skit, if all reports are true, and the idea of Mr. Robson in a blonde wig and knee breeches, playing "Dearest's" sweet child Cedrio is funny enough. The sight of it must he uproarious in its fun-provoking. Mr. Robson will use this as a curtain-fiaiser in his engagement at tho Tremont. Charles Leonard Fletcher, manager Adel-phi Dramatic Club-address, 110 Treinont st, Studio building, room 2U-would like to hear from a few experienced amateurs who are desirous of obtaining experience and are willing to study and work hard. Dramas and comodies of highest oharaoter to be put in rehearsal immediately for local production only. None but refined ladies and gentlemen need apply. Mr. Lewis E. Smith of Jefferson&Taylor'B "Dark. Soorot" company has oomposod a melody for whioh Robert Reodale, author of the novel, "Saved by tho Sword," is writing the words of a lullaby song. Mr. Smith is a barytone singer, well known in eastern New England and now has oharge of tho quartet thai appears in theregatta sceneof tho play. Though a young man, scarcely 30 years of age, he gained wide popularity. At the Grand Opera House during the week of Nov. 17 Hallen and Hart will present their new and revised edition of jhe charming farce-comedy, "Later On," The company inoludos Fred Hallen, Joe Hart, Mark Murphy, John E. Mo Wade, Harry Hilton, Samuel V. Cutter. Mollie Fuller, Annlo Lewis, Ada Somors, Millie Price and others. The music introduced is of the highest order, and is under the vocal direction of John E. McWade and the baton of W. W. Furst. The seoond performance by tho pupils of the New England School ol Dramatio Instruction will take plaoe the 28th of this month at tho Union. Hall, "Meg's Diversion," will be presontod, followed by tho balcony scene from "Romeo and Juliet, Miss Bell Story appearing as Juliet. Seats can be procured at the school, 140 Tremont st., or by maill or telegraph. Mr. H. M. Pitt will direot the stage, and Business Manager Mr. C, A. Bancroft will have oharge of the front of the house. Popular Sam Devere will be .the attraction at the Howard Athoiueum next week with his new vaudeville company. His great card is lulietta, said to be a marvel-louB aerial performer. Then there will be Edith Sinclair and Ed Favor, the Acme Four, Capltola Forrest, the Wood family, Q, W. Littleflold, Prof. Parker and his trained dogs, Bob and Dick Garnella, tho Parisian dancers, including Mile, Paporell, and finally Sam Devere himself in a budget of new Bongs and banjo S0I03, Rosina Vokos oomes to the Tremont Thoatre on Monday night, Nov, 10, boginning there her annual vory welcome visit. She will again have the support of hor excellent Loudon comedy company and of that most admirable comedian, Felix Morris. During Miss Arokos' stay a number of her best known one-act plays will bo presonted, the triple selections for each performance of the first week being "Percy Pondragon" (new horo), "A Double Lesson" and "My Lord in Livery." On Monday, Nov. 17, Miss Tokes will present for the first time in Boston Sidney Grundy's new threo-aot comedy, "The Silver Shield," in whioh she has a role of oombined merriment and pathos. Last Tuesday evening was a notable night of the dramatic season in Holyoke. This is tho native town of Mr. Arthur B. Chase, ono of the most successful managers of the country and tho man who engineered Booth and Barrett's and Modjeska's enterprises for tho last few yearn. He is now MargaretMather's manager and it was on last Tuesday evening that his new star played before film at .his home for the flrsttlmQ since his arrival from Paris, where the business combination a oal was effected last summer. Mr. Chase's brother is the manager of the Opera House in Holyoke and the house was paoked from pit to dome with the friends and well-wishers of the manager. The play was "Tho Honeymoon," and Miss Mather and her excellent company delighted their, auditors. MARVELS OF NATURE"aNB ART. Wonderful Illusions, Odd and Interesting Bits of Humanity-Minstrelsy and Ollo-"The Unknown." The minstrels enter on their last week at Austin's Nickelodeon tomorrow. It will be the fifth and most successful season of this decidedly popular "burnt-cork" organizations in Boston. "Mississippi 'by Moonlight, or Pastimes on the Levee," a sketch by Billy Diamond, will be produced with now scenery and accessorios.and every effort will be made to make the closing week tho most prosperous of the season. The minstrels have won the hearts of all patrons by their excellent singing, and it is safe to say they will bo missed. Their engagement has ox-tended a week longer than booked for, and Messrs. Austin & Haynes state that but for haiing booked them out West previously they would be retained for an indefinite season. A variety company of more than usual excellence will give alternate performances with the minstrels. Tho programme promises to ba a long ttnd interesting one. In the curio hall the latest and perhaps most interesting feature to numerous patrons will be the i llu-sion of 1'Aphrodite, an illusion produoed here for the first timo since its Paris and London success by the originators. It is promised that in detail it will surpass all previous illusions. Other of the numerous features include the transparent man, who can be seen through, the rope king:, the tur- ......____________________________perina- neut features. The triple illusions at Austin & Stone's Museum mystified immonse audiences durum last week. All the transformatloa8 are slowly and effectually made in plain view of tho spectators. The illusions nave been relocated for next week, jso that a more extended view can be enjoyed by the throngs. With these mysteries will be pre-tieiiu-d the wonderfully well educated geese, trained rabbits anu trick birds, which form &   u-iu  vf   p-u-.u^ti   nut   often,  iij We offer a new lot of the most pleasing and popular Biibjeots in AE.T0-TYPES, with 3-irioli oak finish frames and oxydized inner moulding loordor, size 20x24 inohes. Only -97c. 22x38, on canvas, with heavy 6-inoh gilt frames, for this special sale, only We have just opened a new department of All the latest novelties in dandy Baskets, Flower Baskets, fee, also the largest and host assorted stock of. Waste Paper Baskets and Workstands to he found in New England. Shoots 65 times without reloading, Eegular Prioe, 69 Temple Place. ever, seen togothor at the same time. Logomia, the clever magician, who has something, new at every exhibition, will hold over, so will tho favorite Albino twin sisters. ..The interest developed in Mille Beatrix and her boa constrictors has been so great that she is lodkod upon as a leading permanent feature, and always has a big attendance at her thrilling exhibitions, Notwithstanding the stage bill of the post week was so popular as to orowdthe theatre at all performances, the managers will give an entirely new line for the coming week, with a variety of vaudeville people, while the comedy company will have a new farce. A great improvement has been madO in the1 vestibule, making the entrance particularly attractive, withjimniiri'itod, announcement of the company on easels, after the mauno.) of the larger theatrical entertainments. The management of the Grand Museum, comer of. Washington and Dover sts., makes no small demand upon the abilities of their dramatio oompany this week. John A. Stevens' sensational play, "Unknown," is. a stirring drama of the tpye that never fails of winning popular applause. The cast includes J. Gordon Edwards in the character of Harold, afterwards tho Unknown, a role made famous by the author actor. Miss Kate Glassford will appear sa Bessie Merribright. It is intended to make 1 the production a notable one in regard to 1 scenery and appointments, and the scenes on the river front and on shipboard will be produced in a. most realistic manner. The specialty olio will bo given by J. H. Campbell, who presents a trip around the world by a series of beautiful steroopticon views] Joe Hill, English ballad singer, in a novo! musical act; Mike Callahan, Irish character actor and jig and reel dancer; the Darrows, Australian comedians, hand bell ringera and knockabout sons; and dance men j Grace Horn, cornet soloist; Chick Kehoe, who introduces every known stylo of oluli swinging, and Burnham and Phillips, in, the farce comedy entitled "A Midnight In.; truder." In the natatorlum a great swim-ming exhibition will be given by a bevy of lady swimmers. On Sunday evening the usual concert will bo given by a company ol vocalists and instrumentalists. What promises to be one of tho strongesd bills yot seen at Pilling's World's Museum is announced for this week. Tho groat feature will be the aerial act of Maynard and Mendoza. Theso daring young ladies have been hard at practice upon this act for the past six months, and this will be its first presentation, to tho public. It will create a luror if, as is promisod, it introduces feat3 never before attempted by performers in, their line. In addition will appearKamochi, the Japanese lady magician, in her entertaining act; Morton and Coleman in Irish songs and dances; Leslie and Collins in th &'.r now "crazy" sketch; Prof. McGilley's "Shadowgraph Studies;" Fred Barton, musical act; tho Farnum brothers ia their aorobatio feats; Paey and Hanley in a musical sketch; Charlos H. Duncan, who will sing a number of entirely new songs; J, H. Jennings in his popular banjo solos; Quigley and Edwards in character songs and changes; James F. Parker in neat songs and dances; Conley and Francos in a society sketoh: Nettie Bond in serio-comio Bongs; Pauline Favart in songs and dances, oto. In the museum will bo seen MHo. Zoo Zo. letta with her trained snakes; the sailor whittler, who 'makes. the most artistio things out of on ordinary pieoe of wood with a jack-knifo; Sig. 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