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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                '        ^        Z/^-''   '   >     '       '    .    THfe BOSTON SUNDAY QLOBB^StNDAt,^ NOYEmBR 16, 1890-TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES. In a olioioe assortment of colors, Ibeen marked to To close them out. They would considered good value at 37io. be 38-IlTOH ALL-WOOL Scotch ClieviotSj In a (freat variety of large broken plaids, will be offered by us tomorrow at only They have never before been offered for less than 50o. SI.50 QUALITY Slack Faille We make no comment on this extraordinary value! suffice it to say, it has not been eq^ualled before for years. Tliey are very rich finish, heavy qnal-ity, and at above ridiculous (quotation we reserve the right to limit the quantities for any one oustonier,   , JtOOO Camcl'D Jlali vcdiiction of K Vrap Shaivls at a % JFyom Itegulnv IV/cr.s. %lic first lot compvtsvs some of fho finest factttrvtl, tfhivh ivc ftaiu^ tiokl this nca-at $0,00 each, vow The second lot connhts of put'o CatticVR Hair Wool ShaivU, tvhh'h uoiild roiit'to manufactufe today $S.00 each, now $2.50. 52-IlSrOH ALL-WOOL Bourette Suiting, In an elegant lino of all the new seasonable shades, are going to be sold by is tomorrow morning at only These goods have always readily )�rought 76o, per yard, and at the price )D.6nt1oned present a value truly phe-iomenal, �         � 62-IirOH GEUUINE Scotch TweedSj tn a magnificent collection of illumi-liated mixtures and kniokerbocker effects, will be given by us tom'orrow Jnorning for This is a new fabric for tailor-made jaits, and is destined to be one of the (lost popular materials for that pur-{lose which has everTDcen introduced. Black Goods 60-Inch Heavy All-Wool HoMespun Suitings, At only a To be found on our Bargain Counter, foot of the main staircase. 46-Inoh Pine- All-Wool Finished Henrietta    50-Inch Pine All-Wool iFrencli India Twill, A $1.25 (juality, for 46-Inoh Heavy All-Wool Cheviot At only Standard Superb Values in Priestly's Silk Warp Henrietta Cloth -AT- $1.25,$1.50,$1.75,$2 Elegant Silk Embroidered . Parisian Pattern Bresses -rnoM- $12.50 to $30,00 Each WILLING TO WAIT. Concord Peoplc Are Kept Busy "Wondering. 5 24-BNCH WIIDE. S2 Inches Wide, Printed in small and medium designs. Just the thing for the coming holiday season.        _ REIVlEIVieER Yards So popular at present for Liberty Soarfs, Mufflers, Panoy Work decorative purposes and House Oostumes. We shall offer an immense lino of all the desirable shades on our OENTEE BAE-GAIN TABLES, where everybody will receive prompt attention, as we are thoroughly prepared to oope with the inevitable EUSH. This week's great sale of Ladies' Oloaks will be inaugurated by our offeriug two immense bargains. Thoy are new and stylish, and will be sold at nearly The first lot consists of a warm and comfortable Peasant Garment, with close fitting vest and sleeves, made from Scotch wool plaids and stripes, strictly speaking worth $15.00, for The second lot consists of Seal Plush Shoulder Oapes, with As-traohon combination, fully worth $10.00, for These TWO LOTS^cannot be duplicated. EEMEMBER THAT ALL OUR HANDKERGHIEPS were imported before the lEW TAEIPF BILL came into effect, and THAT YEARS MUST \ ROLL BY before WE can offer the PUBLIC such GREAT VALUES. Ladies' English Cashmere Hose (black), actual value 60o. per pair, 25c. Boys' Heavy Scotch Wool Hose, sizes 6-9, refcular price 50c,, to 87ic. per pair, aooording to size, 37lc. Per Pair. Boys' and Misses' Heavy Wool Hose, sizes 6-8i, actual value 25o. per pair, 19c. Gent's Black English Cashmere Half Hose, regular price 60c. per pair, 25c. �gams. A Superior Quality of Seal Plush Sacciue, 40 inches long, with four sealskin loops and heavy pilted satin lining, for SIS.OO AT ABOUT /: Made of Pine Heavy Cotton, with yoke � neatly trimmed with Hambura; inserting and edge, finished .with herringbone stitchine;, at only 25c. Each. . Oomments on this garment unnecessary._______ The "Brazilian. Umbrellas. 24-InohUMBEELLAS, paragon frames, bamboo crook sticks, worth $1.25, at only 'J'Sc. 28-InohUMBEELLAS, paragon frames, bamboo sticks and silver handles, worth $1.50, at only -98c. 26-Inoh SILK UMBRELLAS, with oases, handsome silver handles, regular price $2.00, at only $1.85. 28-Inoh SILK UMBRELLAS, with cases, paragon frames, best natural sticks, regular price $2,60, at only Arrangeineuts Were Made With Stable Keeper's Clerk for a Rig, But Where it Was to Go to He Says He Does Not Know. COKCOHD, Mass., Nor. IC-The fate or Mies Turlotou is still a matter of conjecture. The proposed search of the woodR and river was abandoned e.irly this momine, in view of a srowins feelins that she is alive, and that tho niyBtery ivill soon ho explained. A rumor that the pirl had gone to Boston to see certain phy-sirian.-i and which gained Donsiderablo creduncu immud tho town, is comjilotoly cvpludod hy the stati^ments of her tiBler and stfii-niothcr. TlK:y aver that from tlieir own i/i'r.soiial knowledge, this statonient cannot he iru .v firo lust iiiglii, Loss, J70,000; iasuriiiicu, S-lD,oou. Boston Oolleee Notes. Lnwronce J. Glyrni. '89, on accovvnt of illness has been obliged temporarily to give up his theological etudies. T.ljesecoiid oomplimenlarv entertainment of the Y. M, 0. A. will be held AVoduesday. the 10th iriBt. 'J'lic IJac-lieiors' Club, iin offshoot of tho Y. JI. I.'. A., will hold a rc(*priou on ThaiiksuriviuK ov(> in lierlrcley Hall. 'Jlie Fultim DobutiiiK .'^ot-ii'ty has adopted a doHiirii fur its seal to luchide a cut of Father Fulton and tlie mott*"Par pari." Patrick J. Scaunell will eiiuravo the desisu. Sbe tho haisTAlns in real estate on page IS. Pressure of Money Market Felt-New L Project' In the Alt-Tavern Highway Controveisy. There is no doubt that tho tiBhtnoss of tlio money market on Saturday, caused by news from abroad, prevented the execution of at least two iujportant real estate transactions that were practically settled uj)Oii last Wednesday in this city. Still there is almost a certainty that thoy will go tlirouuh whou mattorH settle down. As to city lands, a suWoct alluded to by a contemporary yesterday, itis truothat there aro but few of them salable that remain unsold, and somo of these are held lor future public use. UevelopuientR by private parties promise to euhiuice the value of several, but it i,i not likely that anotlior auction snlo will take place for several months. Tlie most promLsliig: and prolitabJo city holdins is the larg-e pn-avel bank ou Ileatu St., near the Urookhne line. In ret'ard to building method.'!, it may not bo iuopDortuiio to lot out a little fact gained by hearsay, but since confirmed. A man witli S.SO.OOO, not his own, started in a low years ago asa builder. He showed his bank account to a capitalist, who promised him funds on security when ho had Bono beyond his catih limit, and tho man started to build. He Wiis successful beyond his own anticipations. A few days uyxt he was able to call for ltloO,000 on his individual clicck. The carelessness of people holdins real proDertj-, especially in common, wai, illustrated in a, recent trans/or ol a fair-.sizod city property, when it became necessary to make out 33 documents, doedSi releases, mortgoifCH, etc.. before a clear titlo oould bo given. It is understood that a petition for a new elevated railroad schome will bo presented to the Lepislatura, which, if brought to fruition will chaiKfo l,hc suspect 
                            

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