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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE BOSTON  SUNDAY GLOBE-SUNDAY, - NOVEBIBm 16, 1890--TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES DEPARTMENT. M ire DMiioacMlile. 400 pieces of ?-8 Tmrfl Wide Fine SKAKEK FIiANNEL, a gi-eat bargain, aiul fl'ortU at ivUolesale 25c., to bo sold on Monday at 800 pairs of Fim BLAJfKETS, Inclnd-ing some every Hbre wool and slightly discolored, and a largo pnrciiaso made at the lowest prices over qnotcd, on account of the stringency of the money market, all to be offered on Monday at three prices, I. o., Per Yard. Send for sample. FSKCY ALL-WOOL 28 inches wide, the regular price 50c. per yard, to be marked at On Monday. They arc very cheap, indeed. Send for samples of the best Wrapper Flannel ever offered In Boston at the price. Two of the GREATEST BABGAINS ever sold at this counter. 31 pieces of BLACK FAILLE FRAW-CAISE, 23 inches wide, at Per Yard. Also 62 pieces of SUPERB QUALITY BLACK SATIJf RIIADAMBS at The best value ievor shown. PER PABR. Every pair a bargain. 400 cases of Fine Toilet Quilts, worth $3.00 each, will be sold on Monday at -J cases Fine Yard AYide BLEACHED COTTONS, worth 10c. per yard, will be sold tomorrow at The best value ever sold at the price. Send for samples. mmmw. MO, street. . jLjj ( Those are subject to very slight Imperfoctlons. 150 pieces of GEOTIIfB CHINA SILKS, In a great variety of colors, remarkable value at Per Yard. 500 doz. of i\i and 1x2 Children's Woollen Hose, sizes 5 to 8^^ inclusive, at PER PAIR.    . 480 doz. of Ladies' Heavy Fleecy Lined Hose, in tans, modes, slates and GIARANTEEI) FAST BLACKS, at PER PAIR. ' 25 cases of Ladies! and Men's Medium Weight Underwear, made of the FINEST CASHMERE wool and SEA ISLAND cotton, just the thing for between seasons, at the following specially low prices: 75c. Ofiofls for - - -$1.00 Goods for � - 75c. $1.50 eooils for � SI. 500 dozen of Men's Heavy Merino and Wool Half Hose at 200 dozen of 18-INCn FINE DAMASK DOYLIES, all blue borders, worth $1.25 per dozen, will be closed out Monday at pontrc counter, near elevator. SHEPAEDJOME WBWTER ijjuu street. Wo shall offer on Monday onr entire stock of FRENCH ROBES, all this season's importations, consisting of Rich TelTOt, Appllduo and Astrachan effects, at the following low prices: 80 Robes at $8.50, originally $10.00 45 Robes at $13.50, " $22.00 30 Robes at $15.00, " $25.00 26 Robes at $20,00, " $80.00 These are Exceptional Bargains. 384 doz. of 7.Hook "Poster" Lacing Genuine Paris Kid Gloves at PER PAIR. Superior quality, including tanS; slates, browns and blacks. 2i f 8sl ol Mi Prices 1 lot Extra Large Size Night Gowns, made of heavy cotton, with double yoke front and back. Collar and Cuffs, always sold for $1.00, for this week, >     � Special Bargains in Night Gowns this week. 1 lot White Skirts, with 8 tucks on cambric ruffle, and 9 tucks abovoi yoke band, extra quality cotton, worth 87ic., for this sale, Special prices In -White Skirts this week. 100 doz. Children's Aprons (Gret-chen stylo, waist and skirts), deep hem on bottom, beaded ti'immlng ;�round yoke, made of good lawn, worth 62ic., for this sale. 300 do/,. Froncli Purses, in � different styles, kid lined, with inside pocket in calf, Russia and grain leather, J9c. The above are an Importer's stock and a bargain. 25 doz. Ladles' Grain Leather Oliato-lalno Bugs, leather lined and very handsome goods, for this week, 4Sc. 15 doz. Misses' Chatelaine Bags, In Grain leather and velvet, fancy frame and chain, 25c. 12 doz. Coquo Feather Fans, all colors, handsomely painted, for this week, c5c. A bargain. 10 pieces Black Curled Ostrich Feather Trimming, very choice goods, $1.85, worth $2.25. 95 gross 10-oz. Toilet Bonies, suitable for covering. In 6 styles, ivlth cut glass stoppers, for this sale, |5c. each. We have some Iplendld styles In HOLIDAY APRONS. Wo are offering exceptional lines of FOWNS BROS.', RBYNIEB, TRE-FOUSSE, PERRIN PRERES, &c., all at the lowest possible prices for best goods.. Also a SPECIAL BARGAIN In Men's Best Quality Pique Stitched Two-Clasp Embroidered Kids at SHEPiEDJOmUCfl. wimter  street. Cost $20.00 per dozen to land. 1 lot French Woven Corsets (white only), long waist; high bust, 5 hook, perfect shape, scallop top, Examine. lEPAlJOEWElL&CO winter street. 1 lot P. D. Imported Corsets, long waist, high bust, 5 hook, heavily embroidered, with silk top and bottom, regular price $8.00, for this sale. Wo have but a few of the aboVo P. D. Corset, and, as It will be impossible to gcti apy more, wo advise any lady wishing a pair to call early; 50 Very Fine Quality Astrachan Fur Capes, very stylish, for this week, $115.00. 50 Muffs to match, $3.50 each. HON - GRUSHABLE PLUSH SAGQilES. 300 Ladies' 40-Inch 5on.0rushablo Plush Sacqnos, 250 Ladles' 40.1nch, extra Hno quality. 200 Ladles' 25.1nch Non-Crushable Plush Jackets, $10.50. 225 Ladles' 25-Inch Non-Gmshable Plash Jackets, rovers front, Every garment warranted. Owing to the enormous iidvance in the rate of duty on Bmbroldorles (now In force), wo shall offer six weeks in advance of. the regular Hamburg season our usual large assortment of this class of merchandise at oven loss than last year's figures. We have marked them at prices exceedingly advantageous to our patrons, to Induce them to pnr< chase at a time not nsnally devoted to Embroideries. 5000 Yards at - 4c. 6000 Yards at - 5c. LADIES' CHEVIOT REEFERS 100 doz. AU-Wool Pattern Skirts, cardinal and black, blue and black, fray and black, fuU size, at 79c. great bargain. 100 dbz, of SWANSDOWN PATTERN SKIRTS, the finest and newest style, In grays, broivns, cardinal, scarlet and electric bine, at $1.50 each. Also a very liandsono assortment of Melton Skirts that we are offering at $1.00, $1.25 and $t.50. Black Italian or Farmers' Satin Skirts, at $2.50 and $3.00.   Excellent quality. The BEST   PAST   BMCK LASTING SKIRTS, flannel lined, plain, with box ruffle, at $1.25. Also quUted and velvet bound, at $1.50. Black Surah  Silk   Skirts,   lined, $5.00 each. Gray Moreen  Skirts, with white line stripes, at $2.50 enich. Every  Skirt  perfect  fitting and stitched with silk. BLACK and COLORED SATIN arid SILK SKIRTS for the holidays in endless � variety, and every Skii't abargaiii mm, WIWtEfS  t jjjjj street. MPAIJOEW winter 1 &C0. eet. .. 250 Ladles' Real Astrachan Collars, 800 Ladles' Real Istraohan, roll front $14.50 to $25.00. 2000' Ladles' Plain Cheviot BeeforB and Test Front Jackets, . $5.0010 $20.00 lach 200 Ladles' Cheviot, Tallor-Made Rhadama Lined, Extra Finish Reefers, $13.50 and $15.00. 850 Misses'Cheviot Reefers, $5.00 to J[5.00 Each 850 Ladles' Non-Criishahle Plosb Capes, best shape In the market, $8.50 Each. Ladles' Waterproof Garments In every variety In Cloth and Rubber at low prices. SBEPmliELLKO. ���'WIWWr .'street. -oil- 6500 Yards 8000 Yards 5500 Yards 4000 Yards 6000 Yards to $1.00 per Yd. 400 Pieces of Allovers of Flno quality. In addition to the ohoro we shall include in this special sale a beautiful assortment of Fine Matched Patterns. No donbt this announce, ment vrill meet with a prompt re. sponso, as It presents an unusual i OppOrtnility.V '^r^-r'^r.'*' winter mm.- street.   '   I ALA WEEK OF lUSIC. Agnes Huntington in I, "Paul Jones." the Opera, Francis Wilson, Maine .lansen and Company in "Tlic Merry Monarcli." IstereBtiiig,:Poapert' EveEts Toniglil?- P/eltide's and Eohbes. coni have kindly offered to do all in tholr power to help fill tho oliorus. Tho toUowiii^ cxoellent proerrammo is art-nouncod lor this ovoning'a concert: Orerturo, Prfesdiuta.....................Weber Two movGnioi)t3 from Bulto L'Arleflteuno.....liizoi Ilungnrlan fanUiRlf;, for vloUn.............Hubfty Wr. Bornhiird Llfltinnan. Song, Indian bell song, from Liikm�.......XteUbos Mrs. Alico 51ay Bates Illoo. Ovcrturo-fnntflslo, Uomeo nnd Juliet..T60halko%\'ald Crndlo bong, for Btrlng orcheBtrft, 1 r.t,hi^ Orlontal mSrcU.......,....... |   �T ' '"""^ Mo for two DutoB and harp, from L'Enfanco du OhrlKt...........................Barlloa Mcears. Itonoonl, Van Bnntvoord and Van Venoliton UogRra. Song, Av�Maria, with vloHn obllaato.Baoh.Ooanoi Mra. Alice l^lay IJatcB Klco. Orohestrol faQt.aBlo, The forgo in tbo forest, _ MlohaellB THE MBEKY MOWAKOH. Brieht Nettie Lyf ord is also to be In tho ra-tlnuo of "Tho Merry Monarch." GNE8 HUNTING-TDN'S admirers in Boston are legion. It WAS I here that her mterlts as an artist found earliest recognition, and here that her rare adaptability for tho lyric stage was first made manifest Tho prom 1,50 of Ideal and Bostoiiian successes seems already fuinUod. Miss Hunt-Ingtou comes to Boston TTlth tho prestige of very liiarh honors ill opera comiquo in London as �n-oU as New York. Her por.sonation of tho title rolo in I'liuiquotte'e "Ponl Jones" has indeed become fainou.s. H i.'eiiery and costume.?. The libretto sets fiirth a fanciful episode in tho pallnnt prl-vntccr.sTnaii, who lias many a liairlireauth Vciipe in )ii? lifi^ of devotion to love and Kiory. At the Hollis.tho ISTio success of J^diidon ,inis.  An adv.�rliscinent, appears in to i-i :�>'.' J ni ;,i ITh Ticni'iu; bt .Ijoiween the hourb of 1 '�'jir T'lh''' nrju-ibite luunber of gualified Mi;!  I,.- .�(�.,diiy ..htuhK.-'i cannot b� i,-I,;,-;  V. iii'ii it i- u'! hardens in oold water. Then add pound ! of sweet-flavored fresh butter, which will i soften the candy. Boil a few minutoa ' longer and pour into trays. Flavor with � lemon tf desired, Buttorsootoh is made . practically the same as taffy, though : molasBe.s or syrup may ha oubstitnted tot the water. _ . Com Balls. The method of preparkist these populw , articles is an easy one, the popped komelo ol com being simply united by some sweet adherent material an'd formed In the shape ' ot balls. The oandy ior this purpose doea not need to be boiled until hard, but Jns* enough to acquire sufficient firmness to hold the corns without separating. Some, times a little gum is added to jflve a 5n6 white appearance..   , , Add one ounce of white gmn arablo to a half pint of water, and let it stand until dis- ' solved. Strain, add one potmd ol whit* sugar and boil, until when cooled tbe^ comes very thick, so much a� to be stirred with difficulty. Cool a little in a saucer, A convenient quantity ol the freshly popped com should be placed in a largo paft and enough ol the warm candy poured oA to cause the kernels to adhere in a Wasp, portions ol which may be made into halls by pressing into tho proper shape with the hands. Ordinary molasses or suirar syntp may hn used as well, no gum being necessary. CorhV oako is prepared In a Biinilar manner, the popped oom boing: finely ohoppod and modd into a moss with boilea molasses, Obooolate Cream DropSv Prepare a cream as loUowst t'ake th aatc. Take of gum arablo one potmd, dissolve in a pint and a half ot water and add ont pound ol sugar. Coolc to n thick consistency, and ^vhell cooled a littlo flavor, and then turn into Bhallow tin jiaus that have been buttered. Flc Paste. Take one pound of figs, chop thcnj coiiisely, and boil with a pint of water until reduced to a soft pulp; strain through a flno sieve, add three pounds of Bugjir, and put into (lie double holler until It beoomes stiS� Pour into a mould. 28   

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