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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                WONDERFUL SUCCESS OF A In CHKONIC nml JtETlV- oua  ni.sEASKS.   he- FECTIVE   OTTKtTION, DElilUTY,   llvain   Ex-ImnaUon, Honrt FfHiire, � Epiloiitlc.Mi'lntioliolllo, tm-ift-, iTOtoat nml PnnilyUa Oon- the CnEMICAL ami rYNAjiIIC IfOUCEB .of wWoh !tli. >... 0507 ISABELIiA HAS THE LEAD, Slio Haa 10.691 More Votes Than the Moior. There was groat voting yesterday, estimated at 160,000. Moj. McDonough, for the first time since tho contest besrani has dropped to second place. His friends polled over 15,000 votes for him, but, immenBO as the vote Tvas, it proved too sinall to retain him in his posi' tion, There were over 60,000 coupons deposited with the name of Isahella Holland upon thorn as popular oandidata for tho house and today she leads the major by nearly 11,000 votes. Edward L, Daley lumped up over 10,000 and Daniel O'Nell followed his example. There are ^9 candidates on the house list and they have received as a total vote 66S,4fiO. _ THSy XjEAD TH3EIB OIiASS. J. C. Sanboro, Railroad Employe ... Isabella Holland, Saleswoman...... Co. 0,9th Bogt., Boston.......... Engine Co. 7, Boston.............. Waiter F. Welch, Letter Carrier .... Albert W. Turner, Mechanic....... James H WUson, Salesman......... John J. Murphy, Newsman......... JohnHafford, I'olioeman Mrs, A. S. Taylor, Teacher.... Daniel O'Kcll, Wage-earner.... ...48,480 ...4�,65� . ..SO,4SO .. .81,007 ...14,540 ...10,885 .....8704 .....7604 .....7385 ......7B80 ......0150 TOTAL CLASS VOTE. There Are 2533 Candidates Who "Have 1,077,960. There are 2Ii33 candidates In all the classes, and their total vote Is 1,077,960. This immense vote is distributed amonff the classes as follows: 103 fire companies..................... 88,481 �20 teachers.......................... 7a.838 158 newsmen......................... OO.VBd 165 letter carriers..................... 00,813 178 saleswomen.......................117,010 S70 Biaesinen......................... 88,018 100 poUoemen..........;............. *8,{i74 02 mllltUt companies...................101,213 400 moohanloa....................----iao,742 CIO wage-earners......................lOO.OiS 291 railroad employes..................137,053 Italli'ond Employes. J. C.Sanborn,Gen,Trainmaster0. 0.K.E.4�,480 Clins. II. Coburn, ^V. E, H. 1!..............8110 J.,Krank I'lcrce. Fltchburg n. 11.............COlO B. C. tilJIord, Crier, 0. C. K. It......,.......6310 T. E. Dermot, Maiden.....................1073 J. J.aood\vln,Coud., B. & M. E. U.,Portsmoutli, X. II.............v...................itl03 Waldo 8. Ford, Inspector. W. E. St. K. II.......3fiOCl G. S. MathcB, Cond., B. i: M. E. 11...........330S C. A. Saunders, B. & A. K. K...............2708 J. W. Btinihum, F. K. 11...................20� George E. Draper, Foreman, W. E. 11. K......2008 Abh UarUctt, B. & M. It. It, W. Dlv.........liDlV C. 11. Tronhohn, BoincrvlUo................2014 M. Fogarty, Cond.. W. E. St. II. K...........1560 L. C. I'rcmott. Cimd., B. & L, K.Il..........1037 F. A. Coblclgh, So. BoBlun.................IMB Anthony Dike. Braltitroe..................1433 I'. J. Donovan, Fltchburg 1!. K.............1387 E. C. �llrnilii.son, O. C. K. K., Uoxiiliry........1300 11. 'I', Murmy, CoiiU. \V. i:. St. li. il., .Soinei-vilkMyou (). II. Moor, Cond., W. E. Hi. It. U.. ScuucrvUle.liyo C. W. Morgaii. B. & A. li. li., Jirookllne......1J.43 J.      A. lk!ll, Can.l., IS. A M. It. II., K. IJlv... 1134 Itlch W. Kennedy. W. End Cond............lUO Edward Amis. SuniiTville.................1000 Geovge W. Llltleliiae, Stonthara............1012 Frrd E. Ctuff, Boston......................841 W. D. Brenner. So. lluBlon.................S33 (Uiirenei, E. uooclwln, 100 WettvlUe ul., Dor- flilBler................................RS3 y. (i. I'uUey, .Kyer.........................181' .M. F. D'Coiini'll.Td, Opr., B. ,t -II. it. U.......778 Ali'crl HhU, riiyin:i6lcr, U. i A.ll. li..........711 I'. .1. Jovuun, Hyilo rmk....................707 llany II. .Vi-Khall, etojicliiim...............020 Waldo MoLellan, Boston...................000 James McOowan. Worcester.........�......605 Geo!-gc A. Itound, Coutord..................C03 John Black, Dorchester................... .588 A, J. Little, LooomoUve Bnglneoi, Haverhill.. .880 RolllnN. Corlow, Ohorlestown..............888 Willam F. Orrnsby, 0. 0. B. B..............(18B E. 0. Parker, lioston....................'. .6BS Jerome Hastings, Oond., B. & .V. It. II........ .634 T. F. Kinsman, Sta. Agt., o. C. K. K......... .C17 George T.Taylor, Chief Dcapntolior, O. C.H. K..Bin George E. Uolton, West Acton..............."03 F.D.Brown, So. Boston...................801 O. J. Fenton, CInrk, Supt. onieo. T. K. B.......408 A, U. Wlggin, Coml., B. 4 A.H. 1!............401 W. W. llnnnau, Stiulon Agt.. li.    M. II. II____ B1,007 Steamer No. 1, Woltham.........8188 Engine No. IB. So. Boaton.................7808 Engine No. la, Boston..................... 7064 Volunteer Hose, 2, Wakefield...............4837 Highland Hose, B,Woburn................3813 Engine 80, Boston........................8808 H. as L. No. 1, Maynard...................3170 Hose No. 1, Natlok.......................2882 Enterprise H. It L., Mlddleboro.............2421 Independence, 8, Concord, Mass............2801 Steamer No. 1, Qolnoy....................2278 j. P. Brodlee.No. 2, Ballordvale............2180 Torrent Engine Co,, 2. Hlngham............2132 Ladder No. 1, Chelsea....................1060 Steamer No. 1, Foxhoro...................1048 B. S. Frost Hose, 8, Chelsea................1489 Bcaone H. & Ladder Co., Wcstboro..........1420 Steamer 2, 8. Natlok......................1047 J, M. Bent Hose, 1, Coohituate.............1047 J. Jackson H. is L. Co., Ashland.............000 ConUuental H. .fc L. Hose Team, Gardiner, Me. .821 Hose 3, No. Leominster....................811 Liberty Hose, No. 1, Marblehead.............741 Engine No. 1, Clhelsoa......................781 Chemical No. 8, So. Boston.................861 Dhlgo Engine Co., No. 1, Sprlngvale, Me......620 Focauoket Hose, 3, IClngston................001 Hose a, Miulboro.......................... 668 Triumph. No. 1, Borwiok, Me................B67 Ladder No. ii, Boston............628 Chemical No. 10, Boston...............,... .487 Qerry Hose, S> Marblehead...................401 Itapld Enghio, a, Modway..................482 Steamer No. 1, MUton...................... 301 Hose No. a, WoUaston.....................332 Steamer No. 1, Ashland....................328 Engine6, E. Boston........................800 Hose No. 1, Mansfield...................;. .280 Tlgor Engine, So. Walpolo..................204 KearEarge, 8, Portsmouth, N. U.............270 Niagara, No. I.Taunton....................264 Hose No. 8, Whitman......................gBO Ladder 18, Boaton.........................B42 Hose No. 1, North Weymouth...............210 Steamer No. 4, Mancheatcr, N. H.............312 Alert Hose, No. 2, Great Falls, N. H..........S20 wmiam HIU HoSb, 2, No. Borwiok, Mo.........818 H. K. Grout Hose, 1, Spencer............... .202 I.etter Carrieri. Walter P. Welch, Boaton...... Joseph A. MoVey, So. Boston... T. J. Qarrlly, Maiden......... Frank J. Dunn, Boston....... GeorgeE. Hpjringlon, Boaton., JohnF. Boles, Chelsea........ Walter Wheton, Boston....... Fiank O. Haley, Roxbury..... Charles H. Lock, Boston....... John J. Loring, Boaton........ D. J. Cosgrovo, Cambridgeport. John O. MoCarlhy, Bomerrtllo.. Joseph J. Smith, So. Boston..., Eugene F. Blossom, Boston.... Charles J. Rhoadea, So. Boston. W. A. Clevelnnd, No. Cauibrldgeport., Fierce F. Cass, Charlestown......... Aaron II. Ridley. Clieiiioa........... Andrew J. Dooloy, Boatou.......... Wm. T. KcndaU, Boaton........... Charles E. Linton, Cambridgeport.... liobt. D. BarrUt, Jamaica Plain...... Charles 8. Maith, Cheluca......... Francis P. TurnbiUl, Boston......... John F. Boclio, Boston............. John Uoluij, Brooklino............. T. I. Quinn, E. Cambridge.......... A. 1). WUson, Boston.............. I). Crowley, Boston............... T. C. Henderson, Boston........... W. J. Covcney, Boston............. Chariea W. Gttehell. Salem......... George M. WoUt, Boston........... II. li. Skelli-y, Chclssa.............. Thco. V. I'renlloi:, Camlirldgo........ James L. AdainsoD. Jttuialcu Flain... John H. MoEli-iy, Roxbury......... John .M. Campbell, Camurldgeport... ICdward Brown. Itoibnry........... llenj. Sowrtrn, lJori:li-oBU;r........... Jolin Curran, ISoston.............. .lan'.i'S J. O'JlriT, lioston I'. O.. Special Gt'iTiie Hurt. liC'SU'll............... J. I'erloy Stonf, lluvcrly............ T. E. Looiulii. Bud: ii:iy............ A. L. Button, Camlii-Klcoport........ 'J'. G. ritman, Boston.............. Wui. R, Iltod, Maliliii.............. I'eltr Convirtb. I'lbUdiile. ..'........ lleorge W. Harrilij-'lua, ity.^bury..... I'.dward W. I'.wil. Dureliraler........ C. II. llilne. Sumurvlllr............. John }), Donovan, t'um'urldgtiport.... O. IL Johusou, Boolon.............. E. U. Kini!�ion, Dosloii.............. James J. Shea, Roxbury............ James H. Kelley, So. Bosion.......... EdwunJ 1). H.ltliy, Uiuubrldsfp^rt.... ...14,840 ...18,048 ...la,S50 .......4160 .......8878 .......8847 .......2188 .......2188 .......2180 .......2100 .......2088 .......1737 .......1482 .......1437 .......1407 .......1378 ....1200 .......1171 .......1170 .......1088 .......1041 ........070 .........061 ........020 ........808 ........840 ........SOU ........781 ........7C8 ........765 ........787 ........730 ........700 ........061 ........600 ........B�7 ........638 ........401 ........370 ........320 ........320 DeUvcr.v.at'O ........824 ........318 ........311 ........304 ........302 ........UUO ........300 ........ttio ........2.H0 ........286 ........277 ........200 .......24S ........�42 .......110 .......i'30 B. OUflord Browning,OharlejtoTO..........flB* W. B. Hogan, Boston...................... 830 H. Z. Wright, Boxbnry................i... AC'S Thomas Dundon, Boaton...............,...001 lUCecIianlAs. Albert W. Turner, E. H. TarboU *, Co., Gas Flxi- tnrcE.............................18,85a Edward L. Daley, Lnater, Lynn..............8708 F. JL Twbmbly, Mnslcr Mechanic 0. 0. R. R... B8B1 Wm. r. Drlaooll, Lllhographor..............0440 Jl icbael Leonard, Boston..................BOOT B. J. Downs, Star Brass ManutaclurlnB Co.. .66.17 C.B.nosworthiCroaby Steam Gauge ,fc Valve C0.4B17 S. J. Whclnn, Jr., Atlantic Works, East Bcaton.4204 T. W. Burllngnmo. Horseahoor, Boston.......3718 Thomas Nolan, Charlestown...............3560 lU'iiry Jriilligun, Jr., Cooper, Roxbury........3284 Gcorgo Josci^lyn, llarncsamakor. Cambridge.. .2732 John F. IMielan, I'liliiter. So. Uoslon..........1030 C. L. Aiken, Foremiui O. V.. H. U. Shop.......1827 Anders Lofslrom, Supt. A. II, Davenport's Furniture Factory, Eual Oimln-idge...........181B Stcplien I'ortcr, Cliariestown................1841 D. F. McAllister, I'lnmber.................IBIO Wni. R. JUi.choll, CambrUlgo............... 13B� Wm. F. McKuown, OamlirWge..............13B3 Jodoph Riley, ISollcnnaKiM-, Cliiiiirstown......1281 Thomas WUby, So. Boston.................1108 E. R. Van l.uven, So, Boston...............UCO Maurleo Lawtun, So. Bos'nu...............1087 Wni. Hughes, Cooper, Charlestown..........lOOB F. 0. .Sawyer, Clicbiea.......:.............1083 F. F. (.ioeUrltz, Jr., Boston.................lOSl A. Wtiortworth. Uralnlrcc..................1017 John J. Henley, I'rlntcr, So. ll . 0. James, Roxbury......................203 Harry E. Ilodgldns, Paper Hanger, E. Cnmbrirtgo.203 Chas. �. Lockwood, Everett.........'........203 A. J> Alexander, Roxbury......\.i..........301 John G. Logan, Foreman (or' NororoBs Bros., Wcstboro:'.......................201 J. IL Gralngor, East Combrldgo,.............200 W. A. Ouppaia, CholBca....................200 Salesmen. Jnmos n. WUson, Jordan, Marsh * Co.......8704 Charles E. Durgln, Thomas Long & Co., 77 Summer at.............................8810 James Kolley, Bay State Carpet Oo..........8G01 Thomoe B. Barron, FlBho;f & Fairbanks......0800 D. N. Plokertog, Brooks Bank Note Co........61B0 Charles R. Phinney, Portland, Me...........BOOS P. J. Grant, So. Boston....................4BE7 James P. Fox, Boston.....................8408 D. A. SuUlvan, H. A. Hartley & Co..........3344 F. B. Snow, Isaao Fenno & Co..............3287 A. 8. Temple, liartlelt's Pharmacy, Cambrldge.asOD John F. Dwight, BoSlon. ...........2087 J. F. Carlisle, with Witham, Boston.........2654 J. Ctiariea Thomas, Jr., Boston..............2311 Henry O'Gorman, J. B. Barnaby & Oo........1020 Burton Derrick, Boston...................1610 J. J. Sawyer, Jordan, Marsh & Co...........1336 E. 8. Daley, Boston.......................1341 E. 0. Johnson, Winch Bros., Boston.........1800 David M. Golden, Boston.................. 12AB K. M. Amabiirr, Hyde  of mil*, 10,18, 20, 2� and 80-button gloves, in all the latest shades. long and short (lAgrrrS. Especial pains taken In fitting on( wedolngs. we can make to order any aimoult color or style gleve desired. All at rednoed prices dutlns the coming week. In our Heslery And UndBJ'wieat Department we have concluded to keep tho low prlee of last week. Everything new and desirable at mirked-down prices. Cotton, silk, merino, bolbriggan and lisle thread. Ttalt tlis Vnir, then call at tTk� ]CarK�(4 tHave and SToalery Xlatablishinent 111 tho World and hay a barealn. Orders By JUVtil Attendea with Care. SIMPSON & GO 48 and 60 TcmploPl. wife of Senator Payne, and whpn ho oame iii) to hor oxtondod his hand and said; 'Go^d ovoning, niudame, I um glad to meet you.' If yon want a good trade on a hoiLse or lot see the ttdvertJseinents on paxe la. inont you entered the room I liad mot you aomowhoro, but for tbe lifo of me I cannot lusli now recall your name. Will you be kind enough to tell mo who you are?'' President Harrison, though a little taken back, replied that ho was called Mr. Harrison, and that ho had mot her wiion he wits a senator of tho United States. It is needless to say that the lady was considerably bored, ond tho President hlnwelf rather considers the joke upon him. Blortou'tii Xtiberality. The vice-president is putting on on addition to his Slioroham flats, and he is spending a great deal of money in Washington. His household expenses aro very large, and thero is no moro nnfoimdod charge than the one to tho ofloot that ho isponarlous in such matters. I remember a call I made upon him a month ago. It was at tho time that there was a story going around to tho press that Mrs. Morton had a very small allowance of pin money, and that tho children dressed simply on acaount of tho closunos.1 of tho vico-presi-doiit. During my call, while 1 wa.s in the vice-pre.sidcut'a office, a servant entered and handed liim a note. After reading it Mr. Morton ttirued to tho bearer iirui uKk'.'d: "Did Mrs. Morton toll you how miiph she wanted'/" Upon being answered m tho negative he turned to his secrtttary, who was seated at hia desk, antl reiiufstod him to fill out u, chi^rk for sriOO for Mr;5. Morton, and ho went on: In case she reaulrea moro for her shopping thia morning slio will let you lt)K>W." The secretary obeyed his instructions, and a luonieiit later tho servant dujiurtud with the check. Some Kxti'nvnBnncos. It is almost impossible to estlmato tho cost of keeping up a house liko tliat of Mr. Morton's. Ho gives as iine dinners as President Ariiiur. and Artliur's dinners cost 40000 upioce. I venture tG fiay that It costs him SSO.OOO a year for his Wasliiiigton entertainuieuts. and the same may be said of Posiuiaster-Gcnenii Wuiiauiaker. though his oxponaes are materially out down by his not using wines. I atu told that Mr. Wunamakor finds It very awkward to give a djiinor in Washington without wines, but that his Suniiay-Rfhool pnvielples will not permit liim to Kurve them. He Kiii.uds a great amount in flowers, and till! (lower hills of tho capital are by no means a BtnuU iiein. Mine, ilouiero, the wife of the .Mexuiiin minister, spent 8�00 in the lioMt-ra tJie uK�d at one of her rocep-tioiiK. She turned ihi? wholes legation htilld-Ing into a bower of (ragraneo and lieauly. and .slit', lor the lime, transformed iviniur into summer. The tiowers of uiany a dinner co.st more thai) tlie dinner iWHlt, and WaHhington is fttiit becoming one of the tjrreat dower markets of the United .States.  Neariv all the, liowcre used in liultimore wo supplied Irom i our greonhouseB, and flowers are shipped from here all over the South and North. One of tho blggost florists of tho oftpital tolls- mo that Postmnstfcr-Qonornl Waiio-inakor spends from 88000 to �10,000 a year in tlowors, and Vioo-Proaldent Morton buys tho cholflost nnd rnrost of flowors nnd ferns for hia house t oootallons. Mrs. Morton per-tionally super ntonds the arrangement o her floral decorations. Sho Is a prttotioa business woman and a good houflowlfe. and sho understands just what things ought to cost, and knows how to mako a bargain. Mrs. Whitney spent on Immense omount ot money on flowors. Sho always gave her floHst carte blonoho, and lot him bring tho beat lio had. Mrs. Hearst nnd Mrs. Stanford invest fortunes in flowors every yoar, ond Mrs. Hearst arranges with her own hands tho elaborate decorations of her reception rooms. Many of tho senators'^ wives, and also the wives of tho congroasmon, get flowers from tho government greonhousos. These they do not pay for, but the supply is by no moauB cnual to their social aooossity, Society BTotos. Tho house of Secretary Tracy on Farrofirut sq., which after its lire was sold to Mr, Augustus Tyler, Is being remodelled and rebuilt. It will bo one of tho finest in tho city, and it is probable that Mrs. Tyler will rosumo her Himday attomoon rooeptions in it. I midorstand that Miss MaryButtorworth, the daughter of Ma). Buttorworth, and the imhappy widowed bride of a few hours, had prepared a troussoau of unusual ologanoe forhor married hfo. Sho had no loss than 25 magulfloent new gowns. These wero paolced away in readiness for tho foreign tour which sho and her husb.and oxpooted to take. Just as tho marriage was about to bo colebratod her afilancod was attooked with a fatal sickness, whioh culmmatod in his death a few days later, Ho was mar. riod on his lioath bed. Miss Mildred Fuller, tho fourth daughter of Ohiof Justice Fuller, will soon bo married to Mr. Wallace ot Taooma. The mar-rlage w 11 probably take placo during the early w utor. 1 hear nothing moro about tho prospootiyo marriage of Dr. Ruth of tho navy ond Miss Wauaniakor. Dr. Ruth is one of tho most Kopular beans of Washington sooloty, and Ilss Wanamakor ia probably tho boat catch here. ,Sho haa a fortune in hor own right, and ia ono of tho most oharmlng girls ol the capital. Spooking of tho expenses ot Wash n^gton society, one of our leadtn� caterers tc la mo that tho bills ot Mrs. Hearst and Mrs. Stanford for their ordinary Thursday afternoon roooptlons nmounted to between $200 and Saoo a day. Of course their dinners ond card receptions coat at least 10 times this omonnt. Mrs, Stanford, by tho way, has ciulte recovered her healtli, and sho will eomo back to Washington prepared to give many brilliant entartalumonts during tho coming aoason. I understand that Mrs. John A. I,ogan hos boon making some extensive" purchases at Qlon Echo, on tho Potomao. This Is the suburb whore Mra. Harrison bought last summer, and where she Intouds to huila, it is said, her summer homo. nura. Uurrlcon'a IPnIntlnB Mrs. Harrison will shortly take up hor art studios. She has improved fi:roatly during tho past suminor and at Cflpo May Point sho spent on an avorago li'om four to flvo hours a day before the oasol. She does won. derfully clover work In water colors, nnd sho had a Washington artist.Mr. Moser.wlth hor during her whole stay ot Capo May. Mr. Moser tells nqe that shu Poaaeasos eon-sidorablo attl.^tio obllltv and he says that sho is tho most fndojstrious worker ho has ever known. Tho fad in painting hero aoeras to be all In water colors Just and a number of the young ladies of ^______ ington are maldng good progroas in haod-hug tho paint brush. What Flowors Cost. Speaking of Mra. Morton's flower bills It will be interoathig to know just what flowors cost here. You can find tho finest rosea at tho oapital, and during the sooson tho buda will cost you from 60 cents to $1.60 apiece. Jacqueminot roses always sell for about Sl.oo at Ohristmas time. Maroohal Niels bring BO cents a bud, and La, BVanoe roses aro oDout tho some. Lilies of tho valley ore about Jl a dozen, tea roses bring about 25 oonts a Dud, and violets bring from $1 tO 53 per loo. Pinks are worth 60 cenM n dozen, and anulax sella for 26 cents a yard. You con get a very pretty bn.*et of flowers for 8fi, ut if you want somtsitblng very fine it may cost you as high as S76. It Is a very poor bouauefc which is not worth 82, and I have seen siukIo bouduofca wUioh sold for as high os $60. Xrosios and Pink* by Tlioueands! I looked over lio boolcs of a big florist last night, a man who doos, perhaps, one-fifth the business of the olty. During ono month ol last year he Bold 10,000 roses, 100,000 carnation pinks, 76,000 violets, 
                            

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