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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 14, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE--SI3NDAY'. DECEMBER 14, 189.0-TW-ENTY-EIGHT PAGES. 90 Dress Vattcrns of In IS yard Icngtlis, made up for Christmas Gifts. Just tho length for a dress. Trico -AlCSO- 70 Dross rattcrns of Excellent quality, 18 yards In each pattern, at Uniisual values, and well worth $25.00. What can bo more suitable for a present to your friends ? 800 Dress Lengths of In 38 and 46 inch widths, colors JTavy, Garnet, Browns, Heliotropo, Slates, Cardinal, Myrtle, Olive, Sage, Green, Mahogany, Prune, &c., &c.. nil at 1 lot Imported P. D. and I. 0. Corsets, In black, crcnm and drab, always sold at iJS.OO and $3M, In odd sizes, will close them at one price, Ask to see our special corsets ("registered," "Baroness"), extra long waist, at lot Cliildren's Short Dresses, In 2 styles, Gretclion (waist and skirt) and Mother Hubbard, hemstitched yoke front and back, hemstitching above extra deep hem on bottom, Hamburg on neck and sleeves, 2,3 years, for this sale Worth $1.50. Cliildren's Flannel Skirts. 1 lot Children's Short Flannel Skirts, with waist and without, red, white and blue flannel, always sold at $1.00 and $1.25, for this sale at We will offer the balance of tho Imported Embroidered Lami Aprons, that wo advertised last week in six different patterns, for Wo have some choice stylos In Holiday Aprons. An excellent gift for Clirlstmas. SHEPARBJOir WBMTER STREET. MILITARY m um. Genuine Merritt's All-Wool Flannel Skirts, made up with sllcsia yoke tops, cardinal and black and gray and black stripes, at Fine Quality Scroll �Jullted Black Brilllantino SMrts, flannel or satlnc lined, $2.25 to $3.75 Each. Specially low prices! oi- the Holidays. NTEK STI-:EET. �ITH NAPKINS TO MATCH. PR8CES: 2 1-2 yards long, mm w^i^ 3 yards ions;, Also finer sets at $15, $16 and $21 Each. All With JTAPIONS TO MATCH. Beautiful goods, imported expressly for tho Holiday trade, in pure T^liite Satin Damask, also with colored borders. Prices , 75g., $1.00, $1.25, 50 and $2.00 Eaoli. With handsome maize, light blue, copper, salmon and red borders, all FAST colors, 21 yards long. Price 8 yards long. In C-4, 8-10 and S-12 sizes. We shall make a very attractive sale on Monday, including some SUPERB YE-LOUR COVERS, U and 3 yards long, for dining tables. These goods are now offered at our linen counter, near the elevator. i SMFASDJORffELLMO STREET, Including many novelties, to bo found on centre counter, main aisle, street floor, ivlth ample room .ihd sufilclent salespeople to wait on customers. The lot Includes 100 doz. Hand-Painted Glove and Handkerchief SacSiets at Worth $1.50.    50 doz. Cocque Feather Fans, handsomely painted, with Marabout feather ends, Worth $1.50. A Manufacturer's Stock of Bags, finest quality grain leather, satin top and silk drawing strings, Worth $1.25. AMagnlllcent Hne of Imas Cards and Booklets will be opened on Monday, from 1o. to $5.00 Eacli. Customers would do well to visit this department early In the day. 200 Plain Plush Jackets, made of non-crushablo plush, ivorth $13.50, now 185 Rovers Fronts,  worth $15.50, now 200 All-Wool  Bearer Newmarkets, good value at $13.50 each, for 185   Extra  Fine   �|uallty,   worth $20.00, now Fortlicoming Report of Col. E. T. Rockwell. Rcarsarge Kara! Veterans on for Christmas. liberty (irape and OaEister and Grand Army Kotes of Interest, Tlio fortlicoming report o� Col. Eoclcwell, mKi)6Ctoi--gener;il of riJJo pr:\cticc, will show a reduction in tho miLubi.'r of qimlifications of markinansihii) from llie previous year- aUhough tlio results cori'ospoiid fairly Vv-oll witb those of years previous to 1889. Various circumiUiiucos Imvo conn-ibutod to this reduction, the c.hio! alletrod cause beingrthnt the allowances for anunuiiitiou are noLsulM-ciont to lueot the requireuients. Such changes will bo rcconnmniled as to uicot this difiiculty, without etjbanciim'. to any material extent, the a|.;ErreE;ato cost of tho department. Tho qualifications of 1800 foot ut) as follows: to what ho intondod doing with it, ho replied it way a present lor Jiis mother-in-law. It Is doubtlosB owlnjf to this that tho ofH-oors and men will be restricted; as tho order will be promulgated that no one article ex-ceoding in value SIOOO shall bo brought on board by any member of tlio shir; a company for tho purpose of pre.sontlng to friends at homo, and if euoli article exceeding that amount shall bo disooverod, Itsliall be oonllsoatod by tho master at arms, placed In the ucky bag and sold at auction during 110 first clearing out sale-the proceeds thereof being placed in the sluah fund. Flrtit liifinltry........ fie'jnijd Inl^nu-y...... Finii Iiifnniry....... KLvUi Infaulrj-........ lilghtli lufap.try...... ^'intli Infantry....... First Corpi! CadetB---- fcec'.iiid Corps Cadctti.. IS'aval ljutULllon...... illBcellanoouB........ S37 ;;oo iirii �J 2!) 182 il.'i f,7 r,7 aa CO Bolditirs' Homo at Ohelaea. Tho follomng-namod articles were glTeu to tho Soldiers' Home, Chelsea, during the past week; P. G. Wliltcomb, Enst Boston-Overcoat, undercoat, vest and pair trouHers. Mi-a. 0. F. UarUcr, Dorchesto^-SLx undcrBhlrtj and four pairs dr.awers. ricrco & Coi, 230 Brcnd-retij-, Chelsea-IB hat�. W. It. C, ion, r.rookUne-Two timiljlcrB Jelly, two baKk(;t8 grapes, mince iiie, seven poimd.s peoper-inliitB, .lar preserves, cake, chill sauce and reading mattei; W. K. 0., 87, Qrovolaiid-Eight pies and four tunil>lcrB Jelly.        _ MontEomery Vetcrana. Mullaly's orchestra, 40 pieces, will furnish music for tlio ball. Jlany prominent gentlemen in civil and military Bociety will be present at tho ball. Letters from friends of the corps in Montreal and Tortland indicato groat interest in tlie j'roposed trip. A dor.en apijlications for membership �ivill be acted upon at the next meeting. Total...............................l.fi.is These are diridod into: Sbarpshooter.-i, 313; first claiis, lS:i; .Second class, 714; third class. HTd.   _ Injured Iruiooenta. The auction fale .'>f tickets tor ilie Cadets' Theatricals will t:x5:e phice at tho Tr-'inoiit Theatre, 'J'liiirf-l.-iv at i; i'. ui., uuiJer the direction of j^e ,vis ,i. jJird tS: Co. Gr.:at intere.st is nianife.sted in tho re-htarrials, i;n.i Mr. ^Vjliie .Seyuioiir is de-ItL'hted with the v.-, lit. turrof V.F..       1,, P...., t,, O.   !"''^;''mJ^ ti^m'niM    '   M^lt' (.,'li;;iUs 1". t-ionloii Oaiiii), 10, �Wouiuiuuket, It. 1. CiiptJiiii, "Wrillui it. AVjUlJLiMt;; Ui'tit llvuleiiuut, Waliio K. (.'.�'.rier; socoua lleult'n:inl, J-ilwant Opciibluiw; fiiiup cuuiioll, SV. O. OivlKird, W. ."r. I'rt'Btoii,   Clark. Lu-iit. OiTtiy T. M'tt^'.'n, muh^Icriiit; i-ilicc-i'o! Uto tllvifclon, will in^Uill tlvo oiUcf-ru Jan. 7, 18U1. Cui. Jaiii*a ll!irt(-n (.^ajiip, U*, nl rruvldciice, dcfifil lA*.'iiL i'lcil i;. (''.�iik'.v tih  f U I'MihiHtor-Cnptnlii, U. II. Wiv.'duorili; thai l!fr.ti:;i;uit, V. J.Shuw: m'Wiid II.-uIlIHuU, W. 11. spring;; 'iiiiip iir.uni-ll, J)r. J(..tn>. J)iuil*y {.'iiitip, r.l', of lirlpUtoii-Cupuin, .kilni J. r.;.r.;iu:i; tii>i livvuviiiiut:J'nUt; cccund licuU i!:uii, F.  H. Mi;c1h-;1;  v.i:u\\i uouucll,  rnuik ijuwu*..', !:. r. r�-iry,   a. Wnni u. (.-.uiip 8 Cl Ilil--,;-'!.!:. ].-~C;'.p:;'.i!), G(�ori;olI.r.u^ll; liibi It'.'Uifn.Mi!. �.!'�);�.! U. K-wiaa:); t.i:CMul lit-ul'-'ii-Hit; A, V. Ijnul^-; i;;imp r jft,i:<.-il, lMi;ic 13. I-l'.'iii-ou, Tlio leiit.s in ,M;iss:ii'lMls;-tLs v.'ill SOO!l lu' orL;;:uiztHi us a dojiartiur.iit; it is to bo hop-.-ti lisat, K-li.*I!a :.Ir.\iiil:ui, the uaiiuri:;] lir-.-.'^^ldeiits v,-ill hi) 'iie.s ablv liiivi' ovf.T r.i) lariiibt'i-.s ^\�\\on it is imisu-rod. -Monday cvcnin;^ Viain ikxrton Tc�l,;t, of W. ict'si'-'r rr-clffti'd ihu fniU^'.viii:.; t-iit Piv^^inoul. I-:iU'U M.AV;i]Uer; H. V. l)ri,-suli.':il. -miiii J :a7.('Ut.'u; .uniinr vico-iny,^ il-.'iit. Miiiiiio Hubnitl ; trt'.:i.surtM-, Antifts }iiv'];s : .'^(�{�iciaiy. Tvhirv 1 lii/clto!!: clnipia'u. Ni.ilit.'D'.'hiiu'V : tm.vl^'or., Mttbiil Vv}iir>, U'ni (t!i;;iioii, Kdiia ^nuiiJi; tt.'ai luu.sician, GriU'tf^ i't-acdL-k; puanl, Mary .Juds; s (he Ci.iiimi;n. ilut on (.�i'iinmoii"\v,'alth \\\. is wln.-re s::e can he St� "idicdin ail ii''r(.-,lor/._ "When the d.ark east wimls are l'ei.:liin-ng to;.rr ;.!. She doesn't often return tho tender ichiiicis (hat fire bastowod on her, but Bometimos siie hlushes fiercely and, tuiiiii'.g away her head, moves at just a iiiilo mor;; rai id pace. liiit hero comes a .iolly group ot children, and among thoni amagniiioeiit iigure with a while api'on to.ssiiigm the wind. Sho ia tho Irish nurse, iuid lierbig soft cheeks aro pink and white, and two rows of flasliing leetii show behind the full red lips. She is stepiiing out wilii the strong, ea,sy, lithe movement of an Atalantii, aud lauphing and chattering as she goes. Tho chililrcn raco and romp about her, aud her sallies ot fun keci> thorn hi a continnal shriek. If von Wiitch her as she goes down the smooth, long >valk, you v,-ill probably see a swift tumble ol skirts as .she breaks into a run, with tlio children at her heels. One doesn't ottcn meet the colored nurso, but the Swtdl.di girl is (luite common. .Sometimes tdio is a gtniiinc be.auty, .and alv.'ays pcss.p."ps a rapturous form. Her ;ikln is tm!t and has the  eH' with stately dignity, despite the soft e.vpression on hor lace. She moves along slowly, doesn't often romp, and doesn't seem to understand what flirta-l.ioii lacans, allh.ough in tho clear depths ot her mild bliio eyes ou'^ can read an inlinite capacit y for devoted affection. htatiotilii takes care of Commonwealth av., and I'atroUnan William A. Coombs, who is 7-1 year,-, (dd, ami looks and w:ilks like a Frciich grenadier, does dutywhero the nut.-.; I'./ris oliene.M ;iroiiieiiiidu. lie has b, en ;t;i y. ars on th,- police force of Hofiton. He i.iiows '.'vcivlii.idy on Cominonw.-allh av., and when TiiF, Gumi'; report.'r was speaking to liiiii alioui nr -tty nurse itirls the other day, iloj big soldierly Pi.iic.-man haid l.c UncM- iioi what opinion otludK ipiiint have. t.ut as for him, he didn't think there wa-s any iuore (neh.inliug sight anywhere in Boston Ih.-iii which tho presence of tho nurse girls on Commonwealth av. uflorded every pleastint day._ PtAV "Politics" aatJ bo happy. The finest goods made; Imported expressly for our retail. 500 doz. Ladies' l-IIook Glaco anfl Suede Kids at ONLY THE BEST GOODS. 50 doz. Men's Lined Dogskin Gloves at Exceptional value. 150 doz. Ladles' Spring Fur Top Gloves and Mittons at 50 doz. Children's Spring For Top Mittens at Men's, Ladles' and Children's Wool. Icn Mittens and Gloves In endless variety. Also .^n exceptional assortment of Ladies' and Men's Silk Undenvear j a most ACCEPTABLE GIFT. 0 it may "be, to meet the :iat_ drop again with a 5000 Silk Umbrellas, with covers and elegant silver mounts, paragon frames and most superior manu. factare, made osprcssly to our own order, at s2.50. Less than the goods OAIT BE UADJEf again, and intrinsically the BESJ bargain we have yet offered. 50 doz. Men's White Wool Mufflers at 25c. Duplication Impossible. 'S 1000 doz, of Finest Scarfs, selected expressly for the holiday trade, at 25c., 50c. and $1.00. Silk and Satin Suspenders, In sin-gle boxes, a most desirable gift for a gentleman. ""'^ OEPABTMEflT. Superior stock White  Shirts ana Night Shirts; oiir Sampson at 50c. Monitor, 75c. Boston's Best, $8.00. AU so well knoiintoneedDO comment. SlPAiSWELL&Cfl, WINTER STREET. 14590?0038917?   

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