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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE BOSTON SU]SDlY GLOBE- ;;i;;.i;,.!Viv;!Jjy;;!;.;S:!,;: ^T-"--- �SUNDAY, NOVEMBER ' 16, 1890-TWENTY-EIGBLT PAGES. A Poor Widow and Eiglit Childron Left to the Mercies of the World. 'Tie nould have been eared If tio trould only Iirvq come to T>r. ^'�fl.rren.*' So hla poor >vldOTr thinks, ftftor seeing tho Rreat number of cnaca of the samo Vii)<3 irhlch (iro tnniod ourod ovcir diiy ftltor Mo or two niflgnetlc trontmnnu. IfflE BALL. Splendid Game Promised at Springfield. Yalo Relics Upon Ilor Interference and Team Work. Harvard Has a Nnmljer of Brilliant ludiviclual Players. TliQ doctor hJVB a woudiirliil power, llio gift of nn-tiiro, and ho will pny {jSOOO to any oilu fthowlng more ivondovtiU cures, by slmrly laying on of Iiands, In tho Inst two roontliB, thnn lie can. Hetiorda utid poslUvo proof con bo eacn flt lilB oJOco dally. Following Is tt partlftl list of the niitny thousand -vvon-dorfnl 0u1-6S Uuit Imvo been porformod by Dr. Wa^ ron, nnd tlioy will be ploased to iinawor all questions to Ruy wbo may call or lyrlto them: V. B. Kclley, 82 Webster at., Eftst Boston) Margaret J, Oiunmlns, 80 Dvrtght St., Boston; John SulllTnn, 17 South May St., Boston I E. C. Wilt�lionso, Bootlibay, Jio.) Kate roUensboo, sa HiRhland St., Marlboro; Mass.; George 11. Page, 1 Roobostor St., Bostoni Mrs. O. P. Poss, 7 Lj-ndo St., Maiden, Mass. Owing to tho great rush to see this wonderful Doctor In October over Three Ilnmlrod Patients were turned away, and, by tholr earnest solicitation to bo cured. Dr. Warren has oonsenUid for n few days more to give consultations, treatment aud med-.Idno free to prove to the public that he Is tho Grantcst l^ii-lns SEafCitotlo Plkyslr.ian of the ago, and that ho can by the Blinplo laying on of liruias cure chronic cases which have been pronounced Incurable by some of the best doctors In tlio world. Under Ills Muuuetio touch, the loino aro made to ^valk, the blind to see and the deaf to hear. In fact ho con In a few minutes relievo *'all of the Ills which fleah Is heir to." Ko will cure Dyspepsia and all Stomach Ailments, Indatnmatlon, Hardening and all dlsooacs of tho Liver, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma and all dlseasoa of tho Lungs, Borofula, Absnossea, Tiunora, Itching and Biu-nlng Humors, Caaoorona Afflictions, all Chronic SIdn Dlscttaes, loilummntory, SdatloA and .Musoular Rliomnatlam, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Inflammation of the KIdnoya and all Bladder diseases, I-on-cotrhma. Ovarian Irritation, Barrenness, Irregularities, Dlsplaoeraonts and all Chronic AfllloUons peculiar to women. Dr. WaiTcu wIU Btvo to every party wlio calls durlair tUo month o� Kovom-licr consaltiitlon, one treatment un.'.:� ch.ii't fcUm and bcuii> [i:i'''".i'jii6 :i!f i b'.;ale.il to iiriy aadi. ;is ic''-fcsl Es'-abl;.-'       ' '' the Iiall iiiid r.c.Jr., Jluout^ Hair, J'.;r!i.iii' I'j-d y.ni:-, K-l : p.jii'lt-h.-iid!.. I'.iii!,!-; di-r -Mi.iiu., JJl-.'.i'-ii. or vuiili-ii rill- !�;r,!-i.i, i;::.      <- I iiir lb'- bl-l:i iiuu fcci.t ly .u.:ul L,ii re. vJi 1-.- Lliilies. hui): on liermU' vrt, llli!,tr:.U'i!, '.u iill Llicli lii'iitmcni, bi-Ml II! Ill 111-,     t'.ll-  l.illl. . I'.i il.i- :!-i-iit ill Miil'i.. \V:irl|.. .'�iii.i-r. h. i- !i-ilL! i.. Wf.altlrt �i ull liDi- 01 J'or<'.ign and DuimMc G'.oas. MUi'-Uj-y i_-id Civic Cijll'jrnii a t;.ec!:.Jty. Cll.umber� Kt., .-,-,.�11   nlU 'ESTASLiSHED (828. FOR LADIES ANO GENTLEMEN. Mncli Bxpoi-louce at tlko Onnie. Lake is a heavy man, and Oorbott makes his weight toll. Both mon love the sport, and itheir, iindividual playing. is . of a high order. Tho -work of Traftord as full-back is too ivell known to roqtth-o much doscrip-tion. As a freshman he passed a oruoial examination in tho Yalo game last year, and received a very high mark, Tiie oentro of the rush line continues to bo the weak spot, in spite of tlio eilorts which have been made to strorigthen it. Cranston for sorao reason has not been playing so strongly as lie did when he played two years ago as contre. Perry Trafford as right guard can bo relied on to play a sure, steady g_ame, but ho is opnosod to the mighty Holfolfingcr, who has tho advauta,ije of him by some 20 pounds, and who is ono of tho strongestall-roiuid players on tho Y'alo eleven. For the other guard it was hoped that Shaw would he able to got his groat strcnff th into effective use, but his unfortunate in,mry has put him hack in a couple of woolts' practice,-so ossoiitial to a now man. Finlay. who is now playing lelt ljuard, is heavy and Blrong, hut ho, too, IS handicapped by lack of practice, as he did not begin playing or training till only about two weeks ago. Efforts -will bo made to strengthen tlio centre play as much as possible in the week romainlng, hut Harvard men will watoli anxiously tlio onslaughts of Hoffelfinger and Stanley Morrison upon tho apex of the Harvard lino. Holeomb suffers only by comparison witli tho strong men on either side ot him, and the Yalo trio playing together as they do will bo a hard one to beat. SSarvai-rt Mas a 6iocon<1 Elevoii this year which could phay havoc with most of the teams of the nomitry. For this eleven the following are the men who generally pliiy: Crosby and Mason on the ends, Alward, Shoa, BJanchard and Dttvis as tackles, Shaw and Heard as guards and Bangs as centre. For quarter-back, George Harding and Biu'goss aro tho eandidates. Leu and Foai-int,- usually play at half-hack and Frotliiughamiitfull-haok. Individually most ol these mon aro good material. Loo and Fearing, as is well known, aro very fa.st rauiu'i-s, aud Frolbiughuin is an excellent puntor. in the elementary principles of tho game nearly all the men in tlio first and second oloveiiB are -well trained. Higli tackling is oxooplioual, and llio droppiuK on the ball is good. Cmiinoclv and Hiillow-oU follow tho hull -well down the field on a kick, ana usually gnt tlie opposing hack before ho can return the hall. Upiimiuid Newell aro Kocu! tiicklcrs, and run well with the ball. Traflord and Corhott both catch aud punt very well. It is on her linlf-baoks, however, that Harvard cliielly relies forlmr game. Lake, Corhott, Bhcrwin, Leo aud Fearing aro certainly a reraarkiihle quintet. Harvard lias been criticised for playing an individual "star" game, and it is no doubt true that in team work thoy do net compare with their New Haven opponents, hut, on tlio other hand, with snoh material a.s Ihofivonamcd above an individual game lias much to he snid ill its favor- Against tho sniallcr elevens Lake, Corhott, tihiTwin and ilie others have; made long rim.s linio ami ugain, and so fur no team has been found capaiil.c ol stopping them -wilhout their ri'gular gain. The scores of Harvard asainst tho smaller teams have averagr-d liiglier Djuu Hio.kh ol' Yale, aiid tho y,ein-i-al foi'Iiiig at Cambfidgc istliut,if itisa"Btar"gaino, it is a pretty good one. Capt. Cumnock hiisworked indetatigalily. It is due to iiini more tliiin to any citlier man that there i,-i such a wealth olgoodlma-leria! available, ami the coUepx! believes in dipt. Cuinnock and Jiis ti'uni. George .'\dains. '.' n in cimstaiitattendunco ii; llio priiriicf, A))p!eion,'Kl and Brooks,'87, br,tli r.'iptain.s ami ci'nn-e niKlieis of llieir re-hliec:tive M'riuis, have hvvii on banc' and liave given the centre men many valuiible poinls. Ci.pt. Si-;irs. '8'.i. has put, in some tiiiii- on tho iii^iil. and His work lias hoi-n  'ii'iic(ianil th;ii. ot Cfiurli Adams (or.^i vi-i-al -.viii-ks, diiiiii^r wliirli ilii.re \-,-us nliir couch, has ln-cn a invat lo.-^s ii i!ii- liclil.  1 . - , ,.,,!uy,Por i!,ir-,-ar.l y< (l-r.iii tiiiio I..................... ti.'.ild to help tin; eleven aloiiu. Tlie ialo Klcven pidly wuuiicring down lo the men wlio wii; piay lit SpriiiKfield. A (rucss at the mti; who will n-prescnt the lihie, exclusive ol iif'.idiiits hapiieniiiB befsi'een now and i.ii -M .Saiui-duy, would be as ''..Uowi^: Hartwell, i.-ft end; \^�ullih. Iffi tackle; )iii!.l!iui/cf, left guaril; Hol.;..nib. centre; .'�h.i-i--<.ii, riglit   Kaarn:  Khodes, ri^.'lit t,.-i',-iLle; Cro'by. rif.lit end: Harbour, qiiur-ti-i--!.;.Aii;   .M.ChiuK   and  \villuims,  hu!l-i..i<-i-.,.'. Harvey. luillKii-k.  HeiVemngiT has iii-.,n iui.i u!f will, a lam.- hliouhler.^ut he ;i)l rii;m now.  Jlarvi-y uml %Vi)liai(ifc ure hi.ili uhiii.; i;aiiih, iiui I'll- rui.iiiity wiiii v,-!,i.-h uV.,ie oriMilei. iii-.,;r,, milhe eve of �^u in.l.oriioii i::.it.-h i,-; v .-li l;:,ov,-ii. ami it loi- i;-:i,!,l.:ii Unit  Vale will !a'lsrei,i,s,.jjtuiB her hi the ART ANp_JRTlSTS. The Boston Aft Club, Verostohagin, and Other Exhibitions Now Open-News and Notos. The Boston Art Club ivill open its <13d exhibition (limited to oil paintings) Friday evoning. .Ion. 16, 1801, with a reception by tlio monihers to their friends, and close Feb. 14. At a recent moetingof tho club it was voted tliat the sum of $1600 bo appro-pri.atod for tho purchase ot one or more paintings for tho 43d oxliihition. Tho spo-cial conimittoe, to whose judgment tho contributions will bo submitted, is composed of tho following artists: Frank II. Tompkins, .John J. liliineking, Walter L. Dean, Daniel F. Santry, Jacob Wagner, Contributions will be received at theolub houso from Jan. 1 until Jan. 8. At Chase's gallery, Hamilton pi., Henry Bacon, who lias resided in Paris, has opened an oxliihition ot his work. It comprises 31 oil |:ainting3 whicii show remarbabio vorsa-tilit: of subject and excellent color. Among theoolloctionaroanuuibor of spirited Cor-sican subjects, a tow Venetian compositions, some studios from Ktrotat on tho Norman const, whoro lie spends his summers, and a few Parisian pictures. Tho exhibit will re-m.ain open initil Nov. 22. A, very interesting exhibition can bo seen on tho wall ot the basement corridor at the Vlusonm of Fine Arts. It consists ot dr.av,'-ngs for which tlie composition class prizes were awarded by the artist judges of tiio work done in the class the past year. Thoro aro ti\-o classes ot prizcH, Glass A is for the best work done by any members ot the class in composition, and class B for the best work by any moinborof tiio class not a pupil of tho Blusomu School of Drawing and Painting. In class A the prize was uworded to Miss Etliei Brown for iter in torpretation ot tho thomo, "A Quarrel." Tho second prize was won by Miss Maria UanlortU, on the ground ot general oxcolloiice of composition. In class B the livst prize was awarded to Otto Gushing, whose subject was also "A Quarrel." F. L. Mora was tlio winner ot the second prize. His subject was "Saul and David." Ross Turner gave an exhibition of liis pictures at the parlors of tho Commonwealth Club ill "Wore.oster on tho invitation of Thomas G. Grndorff, vice-president of the club. Tliore were 14 examples shown, and the exhibit attracted inucli attention. AVilliam Ordway Pai-tridgo, the sculptor, gave a reception to his friends at his studio in Milton last Thtirsday evening, alter ivhicli SIi'S. Partridge entertained thom at the house. Jir. Partridge loaves for Europe in a few days, and the occasion was ono of g'reat pleasure and enjoyment to those present. Tho A''crostchiigin exhibition with the "L'An,tfelus" in coiinoclion iias not lest its interest with ilio public. The attendance has steadily been on the increase. Tho "Aiigelus" will not bo seen after Thanksgiving day, as the picture will lie taken for exhibitiini in other places before its final shiiunent to Franco. Tho Vernstchagin riicuires. howoA-er, tvill i-oin.uin ashortlimo longer after tho removal ot tho "Angelus." The exhibit is open Sundays, which ail'ords 1111 opportunity to many who cannot visit the show durimv week days. A portrait ol the Hon. Leverott Salton-stall. formerly collector of this port, painted by 1). Mmiliiie.ioii. is*on oxhihiviou at the pallcry of Doll & Kicliards. Jlr. Huntington IS the prosiili'iil of llie Nationul Acudeiny of I'Miie Arts, and stands at the head of his profession. The incture is remarkable for its truthfulness ami liolnr, portraying llieindi-vidualiiv anil eliuracienstics of the subject with lifelilio iieeuracy. It is to be hung in the BoMon eiisl(.:ii house, and will ho on ex-hitiilioii uiuil Nov, 26, "Tho Bower" niuiiiorial window, to bo jOuced in 1'liris.i eliuirli in Fnehliiiri,', may be Si en at tin' rooios of Mcssi-s, Pl,ip|is, ,Slo-  ZIQVOICS will Be afiippod, aeewolvpaoltod, to any address, on receipt of price! By vote of the grand officers a special session of tho Grand Encampment, I. O. 0, F., will he oonvoned at 11a. m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the Grand Encampment Hall, 616 Tremont St., Boston, to act on petitions for charters for now encampments, On the afternoon of tho same day, in the aamo liall, in pursuance of a vote passed by the Grand Encampment at the session of Fob. 12, and in compliance with the mandate of tho grand oflaoers, the grand pa-triaich has made arrangements for an oiHcial oxomplifioation ot the patriarchal dogreoB of Odd Eel-lowship, under the direction and suor-vision of the Grand Encampment, as follows: Middlesex Enoampinent, No. 0, ivill work tho patriarchal degree promptly at 2 p, m.\ Boston Encampment, No. 38, will work the golden rulo degree at 4.30 p, m.; BimkerHillEnoampment, No. 6,-wHlwork tho royal purple degree at 7.30 p. m. A banquet will be served at 6.30 p. m. Covers will be laid only for tickets ordered of the errand patriarch on or before Nov. 17. The grand offloora are anxious to make this an occasion of interest and of valuable instruction to all offlolals in this department of the order, and thoy hope to have an opportvmity of exohangingr fraternal greotings with every district deputy grand patriarch and every encampment bffioor in the jurisdio-tion at this time. Prominent officials from other jurisdictions will be present. The institution of Mystio Enoampmoiit. 72, at Woburn, which was to have taken place on Wednesday last, has been postponed. On Monday, Nov. 17, East Lynn Lodge, 207, will bo instituted at Lynn, 3 p. m. Winnisimot Lodge, 24, Chelsea, will confer the first decree on Tuesday evening, Nov. 18, and on Thursday, Nov. 20, will pay fraternal visit to Oasis Liodgo, 146, of Bomerviile. , ^     ,     ouiulci-s will penetrate two inches ot stoel at 1000 yards, aud the sides ot vessels like tho Cliicago at a distance of over two miles. At closer range tliey would soon damaco tho muzzles ol the large gtuis so as to render tliein ttniit for u>--e. liesides the primary and seconunry batteries t!io Muiiio will lie iitteil with seven torpedo tiihes, so placed as to lire tlio Howell torjiedo direclly iiliead ami astern, or at anv point forwiird or ahafl the licani. Tlii.i torpedo hus tiiti groat aih'antfigo over all other fish-auioinobile torpedoes ot boing snro ot going in the direction in whieli it is Jirod. The inotivo power is a steol tly-whcel in the contioof the torpedo to which till! sliultsof the nroimlloi-s are ireured. The lly-wlieel is rotated ivy moans of a steuni niolor, iiiiii n'^ .soon us the wlioel is i.pun to the iieecssiiry revoiutionH, whieli - '       -   "�    tiirpci' may ill IV i'aiU' �. .d !jU (ollM t;!. |;!i:,(on. ti.ki .111, �i k: 1 !i i.m 1!.- i'- GleaninBU from Abroad. 'I'lio Aini'i-ii---ni Insliliito of ;\rchiterts, whii.li el'1-.i-il SI -.-ion at AVashinston the Oiln-:-iiay. piis-.i-il a resolution that a coni-inillee ^houKl he ujijiiiiiitod "for the better ciiiiM-iviii., iif uii'iiiii'i.-iurc." It is under-siooil thai tlie i-oiiunittee shall protest ai^miiist the liemoliiiijii of luiiidiiigs which have some urli.-lie or hii.lorieul worth. lmiiane�-> i-ili ii wereiiie eustoiii house aii'l fculi-treu-ury on Wall St.. New Vork. whicli some iiersi us \\-ish li.-si i iived. to make room loi- liii-f-'.* .-ilLirtineiit holi^tlS li.-r oliic-es. .Mr. Uii.ioiiii hi-hl thai fcui-.h ediliees mark an t-poeh i..f buihiiiin ill iMiropt* and America, and insleml ol u-uriii'.'tliejii down we should coniplele ih.-m ui'eonliiin to the original de-si-.;ii--, and nil tliem wiih seuhuure. I'loi. >-'ie!iieyi,-i- oi the Yule .\vi school*\-iH-itud T. 11.iiiutleii, tlii-soiilptor,ut iiarbiziui, la^.^ SHWinier. lie louml iln- /ein.ihi Iiiodel of Millet's "Anaeius" ueting as Bai-tlett's eliHi-'.Viimaii. Om-  - (if its k'iiut, curries a heavier (-hai-Ki- for llK- suiiie si-,-c, iiini has the i-'-|-eut alii! uufuiliiiM-fiuiaiily of ;;{,iing in till-, direi-tion in wliieii ii    lin-ii. 'i'iie suiier.-iiueuues uiiou whif:li thesec-ondury luiiiery and torpedo tube.-, will be placed are henveen the barhe.tlu.s ami forward ami aliult them. Connoelin;; ihosu-pt rstrueiures iii-i- ')ritii.;.-.s. ,liisv uhKii tlie tor-ward barbelle Is the comiuit: tower of 10-inch steel with a tuho of the .-^iiiiie .-innor extending Iroiu the tower to below the pro-toctive deck, tlirougli wliieli the sjieaking tubes, wheel ropes teh-phoiio and oloctric wires aro passed, Tho hums for tlie Maine ure on eriMllos which ureon the deck of iliesupcrslrueiuro, 'The socomj ehe^;- toriu-do boat will be carried between the niuin and inizzen mast, and -will be similui- to but smaller than the first-class torjiedi^ boat CbshliiK, which was seen in ihoHu wiiti-rs lust summer, Tho niachini-ry of tho Maine will oonsisl ot two t-ngiues in water linht couipiirtnients -one lor e.aeii iin-iieller-of the vertical In-I v.-rieil-cyl.mii-i- -iin et ui-tnuv trilile-exiiaii-: csii ii lyi.i-. Tin- i-.i'i-.eiir ol lie- hiicli prcs-I sur-,-eyliuJer \.-ill lii.i Ll.'j'.j inches, that oi ory is S'2,484,603, the limit being $2,500,000, �which was appropriated by Oongreas Aug 3,1889.__ CAPT. STUDLEY'S RING. He Received it After 27 Years for Good Deed Performed at Settysburg. Since Grand Army week Oapt. Studiey of Egleston sq. has won a big diamond ring,. to which is attached a story. Capt. Studloy was an old "Douglas Democrat" in tho days before the war. Ho was a Democrat then and has been ono over since. Though ho bolioved in tho old doctrine of State rights he did not propose to soo this nation go down before a few soheming men, and as the host -way of illustrating hia faith he onhsted as a private in the 18th Maine Boginiont, and took Itis chances in sharing tiio perils and pleasures of a soldier's nfo. It was after the third day at Gettysburg, Pickett had made his famous charge and tvas thrown back with shattered ranks. 'The battle was lost to Leo, and from that time on to Appomatox the world was to hear ot nothing but Federal victories. Meade at Gettysburs and Grant at Vioksburg had crippled tlio South hoyond a possible euro. Lato on the afternoon ot July 4 Capt. Studloy was out among ilie dead and dying arouncf Little Round Top. He had a painful gunshot wound in his leg at the tiino.hut would-not bo relieved from duty. Upon liim and tho men under his command devolved the task of burying tlio dead and caring for tho woundod. As ho was performing his melancholy task by the faint light ot waning day his attention was called to a clump of buslios near Ooinotery ridge by the cries of a woundod man. Parting the uuderlirush he looked in and saw a rebel soldier lying on tho trrass, suffering from a dflop gunshot �n'ouud in the thigh. By his side, and doing all lie could to alloviato the distress ot tho strioken man, was a briglit little boy not over 10 years ot age. "For God's salce can't you get me to a hospital and do something to help mo'i'" asked the M'onndod man, who was a first lieutenant in a company belonging to tlie 20tli Georgia Regiiiiont. "Iwillputyon into our field liospital,"sald thooaptam. "where you will have to take your turn in getting attention-it may bo two hours and it may be 20 hours-or I will l)ut you in an ambtilanco and send you to tiie rear where you'will he lilcely to got im-medlato euro." "Send nio to tho rear then, iileaso, and of course ytni will lot my songo with nief" "Who is your son',"' was iieinanded. "This lad hero," answered tho lieutenant, pointing to tho boy. "His mother is dead and he, being my only child, has been with -iiie for a year or more. If lie had uot been with mo wlicn I was wounded I sliould certainly have died. Ho saved my lite." "is tho boy wounded, too'i'" asked Capt. Studloy. ''It he is I can lix things easily. Jt not I shall have to rottiso permi.ssion for liim to go, much as I would wish to do otherwise." But tho hoy was unhurt, and so the gallant iieutenant said he would never go nw.'iy without his son, proterring to die uii-carod for to a separation which was seemingly inentablo. Capt. Studloy thought a moment. , , ,, , "Is the hoy plucky?" ho .asked. "Yes. Wiiy?" "Then I will wound him and thus let him have a chance to remain by you. No sooner said than done. Tlie lad'.s sloevo WHS roiled up, and Capt. Studiey taking outhis knife made a long slit dow-n the little white arm, troiii whieli tho blood flowed irooly. Two handkercliiofs wore then miido into bainlatfos and tioil on, the liov stiindiiig the pain unflinchingly. Hunk, coini'anyand rcslnv-nt luhlross as well as names were thon oxcliainriul, and tho licn-tcnuiit went on to lUo ho.spital while Ilie cupiain eoiitinucii his search among the dead and woumleil. The lieutenant got v.-ell. Again and again lie wrote from his Georgia home to loam the resiri-.-m-e of Capt. .Sluilley. It was no us-,--. After years of liopolevs uuosi lu-itavu it mills lost. L:is! An-.'r..--l he look mlviin-tiii;e of thi'exeursuin ri.te.s lo com.; to lios-toii lo u-aiis;ict soi.ie husiiiess. By ehuiiee hi- Kli-.illed liy the �)uarii rs where llio .linli Maine was loe;ited. Memorii-s lliut liu-.i lain ilormiuit for years euuie to liiiii ut,uu-e, Hcweiiliuand asked lor Cuiit, Btudiey; and so. after over :;7 years, lln-y iwo who hui) met ut (lettysliui-H, met iii;:iin. And that is the reason why (..'.aiit. .Sludloy weitfs a big diamond ring today. Bottle Brandy Bourbon Whiskey 1 Bottle Slfledford Bum . 1 Bottle-Holland OIn. . 1 Bottle Rook and Rye . Or six Bottles, Assorted to Suit, S5.00. -,WB HAVE- Guaranteed Fure Chrape JTuioe, that in quality, character ai&X exquisito flavor cannot be^dupUcatod elsewhere for the price. Our Farlfied Whikkiea, from$a.00 a gallon upward, have no coTnpocrs* They are far beyond what can be floun4 elsewhere for the price, because others oamioi purifti as the "C^iahing Proaeii'^ does, by removing the Foiaona. AXao, Jtist received, a large invoico of Choice Olcf Winef, guaranteed Fure Grape, that tooh the GOI/D JIIEJOAZ FHne atthoreaeAt Foreign Exposition, $3,00 a gallon and upward, according to age. If you send pacliage, to come baclt filled, tlio express charge onlylfor ona wa-tTi For sale in aealed bottlea ONXiT by all leading Xtruggiats. Xleadqtiarterafor any qMuntity, 568 WasMngton St, Boston, and 825 Broadway. N. Y> Regiment, and was on Monday e-vening presented with a handsome sword hy the active members oE hia company. The presentation speech was made by Hon. A., jj. Alger, great senior sagomote of Massaohu- ^^Mttssaohusotts of Camhridgeport adopted four palefaces alritB oqunoil fire on lues-day's sleep. Its "Big Injun Show" -will take piiice on tomorrow's sloop, Monday, at Union Hall. Gamhridgeport. Ameriean Legion of Honor. Tuesday night will be the celebration of tho ninth anniversary ol Lincoln Counoil of Everett. Vioe-Commandor Kellogg is to be installed commander of Boston Counoil, Tuesday evening, vice Eastman, resigned. DeputyrGrand Commander AVillis will officially visit Alpha of Boston on Friday night. Garfield of South Boston has changed its last meetings in November and December, fi'om fourthT:huradaysto fom-th Fridays, triet. Tho pri'and dictator, grand assistant and graud reporter -were present, Ono candidate was initiated hy tne regular ofQoora whose work was very well done. Banquet and speeches by tho visitors and members gl tho lodge followed. Past Dictator Lover-ig of Mattapannook, deputy of tho lodsre, �H'as among- the spoakora. � rhem's Rookl^dse of EastBridgowater, I'ooeivo Grand Dictator Conant and suite tomorrow ovoningf. Entortoinmenl and banquet will bo protndod, and a goneral in-yitation is extended to members of the order to aid in makina: the mooting an interesting one. Notice of the death of John R. Furbush of Clilokering Lodg;o, admitted May 4, 1880, aged 44, and died Cot. 20, havingpain $218 has been filed at tho Grand Lodge office. A little surpriso piirtvwaa sprung upon the mombors ot Whltnian Lotlge on Thurs-aay evening by tho Grand Dictator and Grand GuiUo Churchill, accompanied by delegations from Sachem's Rock, Middie-boro and neighboring lodges dropping in upon thoin. The grand diotator and 'grand reporter visited Hudson on Friday evening .and met ^vith a cordial roceptioii. Their visit was of an Informal character, hut connected with a matter of importance to the local lodge, and will, it is believed, prove bonofioial to all concerned. Grand 'VioB Dictator Richardson, Grand Keportor Pratt aud Grand Guardian ICaiio wiU visit Dorchester Lodge tomoiTow eveu- A union mooting will ho Iiold at Cliolaoa Ledge on Wednesday evoning. The grand ofiioei'S will bo present.  A committee was appointed at tlie last meeting of Highland Lodge to confer with other lodges of the order in the Higliland district in reforonoo to glvinj,'a grand ball, to be held under tlio joint auspices of all the lodges in tiio district. The lodges are invited to send representatives, to meet in conimittoe, to consider the expediency ot such a plan, and to report at the next meeting of their lodges the plan proposed. The committoo appointed will lie pleased to hoar suggestions from any hrothers in regard to tlie same, at a meeting to bo held at Elks' Hall. 24 Hayward pi., Wednesday next at 5 o clock. Any oommunication addressed to tho chairman, J. B. G. McElroy, 24 Haywai'd pi., will reoeivo prompt reply. Knights and Ladies of Honor. Grand Protector Williams intends to visit every lodge in the State early in tho term. Those for Docomher aro: Pearl, on tho lat; Vino Rook, tho 2d; Maple, tho 3rd j/Woodbine, tlio 0th; Golden Star, the 10th; Union, tho 12tli; and Friendship and Unity, Jan. 1 and 2, AVavorley IjOdge entertained the board on the 12tli. There was a large delegation from Unity and New England, Koyal Oonplave of Knights and Ladies. The supreme officers have visited the following councils during tho past week: Excelsior of Lynn, Puritan and Oolumhia of Boston, Custer of Worcester and Provident of Winter Hill, Somerville. At the lattor counoil a very fine musical and literary entertainment was given last Thursday evening, the comicih taking possession at that time of their, new- quarters in New Grand Army Hall. The supreme councillor wts present and delivered a short address. On Tuesday evoning Oriental was instituted at Ettstport with between 60 and 70 charter inorabera. The following officers wore elected and installed,: H. V. Jona i, lOunoillorLiTttmes W.Brooks, vice-oouiio 1-or; W. 0. Hawlces, seoretai-y: AV. F. Cleveland, finanoior; Loring B. Holinos, treasurer ; Rev. Joseph Dinzey, oliaplaiu; Joim O'Dell, marshal; Frank Guptill, warden; Edward Flaherty, sentry; trustees, William �Brown, Livingston Pine, William Boau-geard. A. pleasing incident in connection with tho institution was the presentation to tho deputy of a gold wjitch and chain, Tito proBontation address was made hy Rev. Mi'. Dinzey. _ New England Order of Protection.  . Tiiroe years ago last Wednesday this order was organized with 16 chatter members ; it now numbers over 11,000 inombers; has instituted 104 subordinate lodges and five grand lodges; has pani to tho beneficiaries of deceased members, $161,000, and every claim has been paid witliin 30 days of the receipt of tlie oflioial proof of death. Tlio hoard of Grand Lodge officers will make-tho following official visitations this wook: Monday evoning to AVilliam H. Martin Lodge of Taunton, Wednesday evening to Boylston of Brooklino, and Friday evening to Banner ot Brooktoii. Commonwealth of Boston gave tlie first of its series of dances in Rod Men's Hall, Tuesday evoning. About 100 couples were present. Tho dance was in charge of Dr, L. M. Kimball, Alonzo E. Young and Oliver T. Oiitrk. The dances will ho continued D-eo. 9, Jan. 13 and Feb. 10. Wasliingtoii will give its first social on Friday evening. Nov. 21, in Armory Hall, 07'Warren st.,Roxhury. Grand Vice - Wiirdeii Capt. G-eorge E. Lovott, acoompanied by P. W. William A, Mudgo as Q. G., and D. D. G. W. William B. Joy, paid an official visit to Webster of Rook-land, Tuesday evening, Riversido ot Waltliam received an official visit from Grand Wavdon George H, Howard and Grand Guide George J. Gann, Thursday evoning. Tho initiatory degree was worked on ono candidate. Visitors ivero present from Equity of La-wi'onoe and Warren of Somerville. Man Shocked at Pace Powder. "My first doubt of Alice's value, said a notcil New \'orker to a Hun roporler, ^vus formed on the -very night we hoeaino engaged. I noticed on my shoulder some white puwdor. 1 culled Alice's attention to it and slio snid it must have ruhiied oil her face. It iniiy have boon foolish ot nie, hut I v.-as shockcu by the idea of that benulifnl young girl usini: face powder. 1 thought only aotrcbsos or vulgar women did that. After that she somotimospowdered lier faco In my prosOnee. 1 never thoui^'ht of her as tenderly afterward. She never knew I objected, however. It was a subject upon �\vliieli I could not brlnii myself to venture uutipiniou." Boyal Aroanum. Rumtord of Wnltliam proposes to have an Arcanum rally on tlia evoning ot Nov. 24, and at tho suggestion of tho D. D. G. R. in charge, John W. Converse will invito the following councils to bo present, comprising the twonty-fitth district: 'Wiuthrop, Harvard and Baldwin. Monatiquoit, 087, of South Braintree, will give a musical and literiu-y entertainment on tlio evening ot Nov. 20, and have invito; as siioakers tor the occasion Past Grand Ii('f.rent Henry Goodwin aud Past Regent Prof. George W.BIish. Wiuthrop, 638, ot South Boston, will celebrate its 10th anniversary on the evening ot Nov. 20. in tlioir own comnioiiious quarters, Dahlgron Hall, K nt.,.Sout!i Boston. II. 1.). G. R. .Silver visited Bosloii. 4, on TInirsday evening. A full suite, i.-oiiaistina of the oUieui-s of Bay Slate, 4S, acoonipaniud the deputy as an escort. Deleijntes were uluo tirosent from Lowell,8; Elni.tiil; How-ard,4a; Nutick,12(l: Ahhwiii, 10i,i2, ami Roslindulo, Khili. I). D. ii. K. Grant nnd Kiiiiiiall were ul.io jii-esonl. At the close of the couneil iluties 111! mijoiiinnd to the huiuiuet. Prof. Le J?oy of i'ostoii, 4, uuvo an exhibition of legei-uerinain.__ ICuiKhtu of Pythias. Ouk of iliul- on held a h.ir AVedne.sday, 'j'hi-.rsiluy, Friday .�mil ,'^ut iirduy, whieh -.vas a i-,i-uii 1 siieet-;-.-i. Tluir.silay eteiiin-'; G, C, Charles 1'.. Newton, G, V, C, John U, ,\lil>o;i, (I, P, Churl-s C, I-:g,-noii and G.IL 11. S, Charles A, Cross were iiresent and mile :idiir;-sses. Deeuu View will b-3 iiistitutel Tuesuuy Oil ninir i't j'i^'-eoii Cove, witii u eiiartei- list of ti.i, hy Gruml Ch.incollor Newton, assisti^d tiy olher grand olheers. claims, $20,327.60; reserve fund, 8S1.816,� 76: relief fund in treasury Nov. i, $17.-693,25; interest on siols cplaims paicl, $2369.70 i grand total, $127,7156.20. The Benevolent IJnion,     , Bristol Lodge of New Bedford at Ita last meeting reoeivod several new appUoatlonfl for membership. At its first meeting in Deoemher WinoBa Lodge of Oharlestown -will give a publio reception, and entertainment. An enjoyable time is anl-icipated. Riverside Lodge of Oambridgeporli extended its hospitality to a large number of friends on Thursday night last. The principal feature of the evening was an Instructing address by Mr. Frank F. Uesdell, one of tlie supreme auditors. This was followed hy elocution and musio, both vocal and instrumental. A collation was Indulged it, after which the young people dancedT until a late hour. At the business meeting of the lodge several new members were admitted. Columbia Lodge lyaa Sucoesafully insu-tutod on Monday night last at Washington, P.O. Great enthusiasm was maiiifestea by those present,     _� Oommeroial Endo-wment Assoidation. Supreme Recorder 0. H, Tuttla made on offloial visit to Penrl Conclave, Plorenoi), Monday evening, and nine were added to its membership. A conclave was instituted at Chester, Wednesday evening, with 35 oharter inein-. hers. Dr. F. 0. Bruoe, supreme organ tuted a largo conclave in Amhers day evening.      _ Knights and Ladles of Proteotion. Bon Accord �wilj give a oonoort and- danpo Thursday evening, No-v. 20, in Jamaica Hall. A chartered oiir will leave Jamaica Hall for Boston at 2 o'clock Friday morning. A copy of the revised constitution tvlU 'bg sent to the secretary of each lodge not latef than Nov. 10. � . People's Five-Year Benefit Ordoi?. Brockton Oommandery received a visit from Imperial Vice-Commander Hugh B. McConagliy Tuesday evening; A now commandory is being organized in Melrose. 
                            

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