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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE-SUNDAY, NOVBMBEK  16, 1890-TWENTY-EIGHT ""PAGES. '75 Astraohan Oloth Reefers, lined with eatin and suraH, all sizes,. 20 Astraohan Oloth Sa;oqTies; quilted ;   satin lining, 40 inches long, English Diagonal Jackets, with Astraohan oloth revera, Astraohan cnffs and pockets. Tine Beaver Jaokets, bound and revera trimmed with three rows braid, 531 and 533 Washington St. Cheviot Jaoket, reefer shape, Astraohan collar and facing, English Plaid Ulsters, with belt and satchel. !ieoilImier&Ga 531 and 533 Washington St. 46 Colored Oloth Beaver Jackets, at 17 Plxisli Capes, with applique inaer-tibn, were $16,60, now 531 and 533 Wasiiington St. One Alaska Seal Saoque, XXX quality, 88 bust and 40 inohea long. Seal, Marten, Monkey, Bsaver, Per-' sian Lamb, Astraohan and other Fur^j Oapes at reduced prioesi ' . (}eoi.PIuiier&C 531 and 533 Washington St. 25 Patterns of Goods, Sizes 4,6, 8,10 and 12 yrs., . Sold everywhere at $8.B0. fiBD.iPiier&Co. 531 and 533 Washington St. 40 PATTERNS OP OHOIOE IMPORTED OLOTHS, Sizes 6,8,10 and 12 years, THESE CLOAKS ARE REGITLAE SI6.00 GARMENTS. (ieo.iPlMiiiBr&Co. 531 & 533 Wasiiington St. With DEEP DETAOHABLE OAPES, TEN PATTERNS OF GOODS, Sizes l4to !6 years, WOITLD BE A BARGAIN SI6.00. (}8fli.Plimfir&Co. 531 and 533 Washington St. With DEEP DETAOHABLE CAPESj 30 OHOIOE PATTERNS OF XM--PORTED OLOAZINGS, Sizes 14 to 16 years, WE HAVE BEEN SELLING THB SAME GARMENT at S25.00. lifioi.PIflffliDBr&Co. 531 and 533 Washington St. TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES. SUNDAY, NOT. 16, 1890. TABLE GOSSIP. -The Bunshtoy days which made 1*6 jrroater part of the week a delight to he Jihroad Tvoro improved hy those who wore iortvmate eiiough to have every facility /or tiding and driving, and the avenuos and Pock Bay streets wore aUve with equipages jmd pedestrians through the daylight hours, gJvinsr that part ol the uity a specially gay aspect, The Jargo nuinhar of the society sot "who wont over to Now 'York the first o{ the week for tho horso show had equally fine weather for their 6ni<(yment. Indeed, it �was an exceptionally bright week for sun-Bhine and for gaiety, and it Boemed as if almost as niahy familiar Boston faces were Been on Fifth ay. iu,N6:w .York as on Com-, inouwealth av. at home. The Hutchlns-JCndioott wedding was the prominent one of tho week. -Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bradford ond J. p. Bradford, Jr., wore at tho Albo^iarle, in Jifew York, during the horse show last "week. At that same elegant and favorite Boston house were Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. JPrinoe, Mr. tmd < Mrs. E. N. Fonno, Mr. and Mrs. Amory Lawrence, Ur. and Mrs. E. EUerton Pratt, Mr. Charles eT. Morse and servant (who sailed Wednesday for Europe), Mrs. David Nevins and Mr.' and Mrs. F. H. Prince, Tho Alhemarle has the enviable reputation of entertaining m6re momhors of the Boston *00than any other hotel in New York. The Brimmers, Longfellows, Applotons, littwrenoes, and many more of that esolu-eive set are its patrons. -Mrs. A. L. Mason went orer to New York for tho horso show last week to be With her sister, Mrs. Biolllns Morse. They entertained a'party every night in their box tmtll tho sudden death of their fother.Adml-(ral Steedmarii on Thursday, put a sad en� to �U festivities. Mi. and Mrs. Morse and Dr. ftnd'Mrs. Mason wejit Friday to'Washington to be with Mrs. Stoedman and her daughter, -Miss Rosa Stoedman. -Mr. and Mrs. S. Edward Addicks of cr-Honul cxporloncc in a lifotiiuo. In other occnpalions less i(x:iotli)g tlmn a mother's, wo allow exiiericiicoaliino to coimt lor little. Wo call a niiUi a quack who attemiils topractiqo modlciuo upou tlioslraplo capital of oxp(incncB^ with no actual study ol its general scientific principals. Leading Boston People Indorse For Malaria and Every Form of Sciatica and Lumbago Are Immediately Controlled by It. Indorsed by leading Physicians. i-rloe S1.00 1 Bottlo. Sultan S*liisli Pailor ^ Suits, Our own make, worth $45. Autfque Oak Finish Chamlier Sets, Why pay $25 Elsewhere. � 1 WALL PAPER 10,000 Rolls Gold Paper, Ohoice Styles, Perfect Goods, lOQQOBQiisGold Border Eegular retail price, 50o. These few artioles are not loaders, but picked at random from our immense stock.   Everything necessary to fur-.; nish a homo cheaply, moderately or eloEcantly at prices just as reasonable. We Buy and Sell for Cash Only, and Acknowledge No Oompetitor. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. C.E.08M&CO. THE CASH HOUSE FURNISHERS. 744-756 Washington St THANKSGiraelSCOMINff. We cun (ihovv yea a tine suftortmaat ot GrooorUS ftdvcryreuaouuUii prltiea. cHjUHjes f. smith. lis tiai 111 Cuatixldge itnet. Branch rtoro, in Salem st it� 5 0   

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