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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 14, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts THE. BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE-STOOAT, DECEMBER 14, 1890-TWENTY-EIGHT PAGE!? 19 1IITCHBTOIKME. I Suffered With ^voma. Ca-tarrli i or Fifte^ Years. las Always Dizzy, Had Constant Siiyj- ing in 5Iy Ears; i _, \ ^as So TrouWed With Deafness and Catarrh That I Almost Gave Up Hope. The aljovo remarka were ndaressed to the eopbrter by Mr. John MoDovitt of 103 Endi-Boston, an employe of the FitohburK Ballroad Company, a fine specimen of inan-Ijood, whoso robust figure seemed capable of withstanding any disease. I hare, con-tinned Mr. MoDevilit, been b, great sufferer from chroiiio catarrh; for IB ycirs I have not known what It was to ho well tlU now. I constantly hawked and spit, a disagreeable mu-0 n S kept drdpplng Into mythroatand ; would wakan ; mo, .causing a f anflooatlng faonsatlon.Ttie tarrhatteot-e'a my head, MB. J. m'devitt. ' and I sufforod bOnstantly from deafness, andhadnoIsosandrlnBlng cm of bells In my ears. My head ached all the time, and If I stooped over even a little I was so dizzy that 1 had to catch hold of soniothtoE to keep from falling down. The catarrh finally affected my �tomach and my appotltij became poor and fitful.. I almost lost hope and came to the oonolnston that I was too olnk to attend to business and must give np work. Then I wont to tiro. Pearson and Carroll, and the treatment given me by Dr. Pearso n at once convlnood me that I stui luid a,chance to recover and remain at work also. I shall never forget the 'promptneas with which the remedies acted) the oatatrb disappeared and all the attendant dlflagroea. ble complications also. I am cured. I now enjoy life. I sleep well and can cat heartily �without 'bpJng dlsti-essed) my hearing liar returned, and i feol lOco a now man. 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Xhe published list is now eonflned to eandldatea with 400 votes and upwards. Xhe house list contains tliosewiih SOOO and upwards. The polls will eloso on Saturday at 1 o'olooh, other dnj/s at 3. Send ballots to "Vote Counter, Globe offlee." Tlie coupon is on the second page. POPULAR LBADJERS FOR THE HOITSin. MIssIoabeUa, Holland, Jordan. Marsh & Oo..........................0�8,3S5 John MoDonough, Supt. Letter Carriers, Boston........................SSO,54.8 Edward L. Daley, Lastor, Lynn.......l<3,�,aTl }lrB.A.B.Hllton,Wage-e.irner,S[aplowood.86,�T4 Dan O'NoU, Wttge-oarner, Boston.......4:Jl,e05 Company A, 0th Kogt., Boston____..... 33iSS4: Mrs. A. S. Taylor,Teacher, E. Cambridge.ao,88� John A. Williams, �Wage-earner, Boston.. au.TSS Miss NelUe Maoon, Sales woman,O.A.rium- mcrcfc Co.......................18,�S1 JIlssMary L. Holland, Teacher, Boston... 10,100 May F. Mullen, Saleswoman, K. H. White & Oo............................14,4,ffi0 Jos. A. McVey, Letter Carrier, So. Bo8ton.ia,U44 T. J. Cully, Policeman, Division 10......1S,370 Steamer Co. No. 1, QiUnoy............l�,a'9' brtland,3Ic.H,8�0 J. J. Goodwin, K. K. Emp., Port3mouth,N. H................................ILSSST A. S. Temple, Salesman, Cambridge.....11,�T6 Frank J.Dunn, Letter Carrier, Boston... lO.itOO G. E. Aldrlch, PoUceraan,Division 10____l�,aao P. J. Grant, Salesman, So. Boston.........VSQ^ Albert W. Turner, Moolianlo, Boston......OSSS U, M. Mack, Wage-earner, BrooUlno...... Thos. Kolan, Mechanic, CharlesLown......80tt5 P. W. Tlghe, Jan. E. H. School, Boston.....86�8 Wm. P. DrlscoU, Meohaiilo, Boston........8<i4a Company C, 9th Kegt., Boston............8SOO Torrent Engine Co. No. 2, Hlngham.......S4,ta Highland Hose Ko. B, Woburn............8�5� John McAvby, Young's Hotel.............804,a James P. Fox, Salesman, Boston..........8091 Miss Mando Karns, Cashier Vleth's Spa-----T'3'Sa E. T. Murray, W. E. St. B., SomorviUe......VSAl Co. H, 1st Eegt., Chelsea.................taaa James J. McWeeny, Salesman, E. Boston.. .tli70 John J. Murphy, Newsman, So. Boston.....vai S M. J. O'Brien, Teacher, Boeltland..........tiao F. M. Twombiy, M. M., 0. 0. U. R., Boston.. lyosa Wm. Bnrko, Policeman, Cholaea..........ttfOt S. C. Glitord, R. B. Emp., New Bedford.... OSJOa B. V. Tori-y, Telegi'apher, Boston..........OO^O J. F. Carlisle, Salesman, Boston..........AOao Jllsa Nellie Farrell, Teacher, Boston.......A8ea Stratford Guards, Dorer, N. H............a7S& Thos. E. Barron, Salesman, East Boston.....fiSGO John V. Dwlght, Salesman, Boston........�SU8 F. H. Peak, Jtemman, McdCotd...........e&1.4 Henry Mulligan, Mechanic, Koxbury.......010S< Goo. Hogan, Wagc-oaruer, Salem..........0188 Company F, Otli Regt.,Lawrence..........COSZ Engine Co. No. IB, Boston............... James Kelly, Sole-sman, Boy State Carpet Co.O'ja* C. A, Saunders. R. B. Emp., toston...,. aG7a M. C. Morse, PoUceman, Haverhill.....S� , 8th Regt..........................1856 J. Army, Newsman.......................1774 Miss J. A. Williams, Saleawomiin............1100 OVEKWHELMBD BY VOTES. Thousmda Upon Thousands Come to the Counters. It was a great day for voting. Isabella Holland polled over 110,000 votes. The major's friends wore by no means slow, and they polled over 40,000. Edward L Daley jumped from 128,937 to 142,871. There were over 4000 votes that came in forMrs.A. B.Hilton. Even Daniel O'Neil took on a new life and his total is 6000 larger than it was Saturday morning. There are now 30,830 for Mrs. A. S. Tay-lor as against 23,804 which she had ycstei'-day. John A. WiUiams has not stirred for a week, bitt he moved yesterday and is over 2000 the better for it. There were 3000 and odd votes that came in stamped for Nellie Mason. A big jump was taken by Mary L.Holhmd, who nearly doubled her vote in tho house. Tlioro were 2000 votes added to May F, Mullen's score. Letter Carrier Joseph A. McVey seems at a stand-still. PoUceman T. J. Cully thought he ought, to move Math tho rest, and ho is 2000 the better for it. Over a thou-sand of tho votes favored igtoamer Company 1 of Quincy. Tliorowero over 1000 who thought the house should go to Cliiirles E. Lo Grand. J. J- Goodwin's friends were not going to be left, and so they added over 2000 votes to his score. Tho friends of A. S. Temple tired of seeing him behind 10,000 and they made him 11,275. There were other gains all along the line. THiay XiEAD THEIK OIiASS. fileamer 1, WaiUiam............... T. J. Garrlty, Letter Carrier......... J. C. Sanborn, Itiillroad Employe..,, Co. C 0th Regt., llosion........... Itabella Holland, Saleswoman....... Mrs, A. B. Taylor, Teacher.......... Charles E. Dmgtn,Salesman........ wmiani P. DrlsooU. Jlcchaule....... John A. M'illl.iina, Wase-carner...... John .r. Murphy, Neii-smau......... T. J. Cully, Policeman............. ...oi,7oe ...48,S.14 .. .-*.4,S01 . ..43,soa ...4a,ioa .. .aii.coo . ..a4,rs8 .. .3i,orii .. .eo,i{>8 ...ia,�oo mctjLIons 01' coupoiira. Caadidates Pile up Their Total by Many Thousands. Saturday was one of the greatest voting days that has been in the vote counters' exiieiicnoo. It is probable tluitover 200.000 coupons were cast. This is probably xinpre-cedented in a contest of this kind at tiiis time. It was a fight for the lead, a'so a fight for a place on the souvenir list. WiUiam P. PriscoJJ etUl Jiolds bis plRoe in Charles HIU, Division 10...................�aOO John B. Eooatto, Division ,No. 1...........2005 Gaspor O. Shannon, Boston................2000 Edgar A. HloHs, Division No. 8.............195S James A. Cross, Boston...................ISSO (aoob Karchor, Division No. 0.............1881 ileut. G. W. Adams, Division 7............1807 Maurice Pierce, Milton, Chief of PoUoe......1812 Philip MoKonna, Woburn................. 1728 W. 0. Heald,Lynn.......................1�4 W. F. Moore, Division No. 4...............1410 Ollvor J. Wise, Division No. 1..............12-18 John T. O'Dowd, Manchester, N. H..........1192 John J. Ryan, Division 3..................1171 T. J. Hlcltoy, Dorchoater..................1140 D, J. Lynch, Division 10................,.1044 E. D. IIoUnoB.Modford...................1021 C. M. Dvmbav. Division No. 11.............1000 Lieut. Sargent, Division No. 8...............070 Daniel Hammond, City Marshal, BrocUton .... 062 James Murray, Cambridge..................051 Horace W. Clement, Lowell.................037 Wm. X. Lewis, Boston.....................021 Geo. L. Harris, No. Andovor................844 P. J. Kennedy, Boston.................... .775 W. S, Cummlngs, Division 11...............756 Herbert MlUen, Lynn......................723 .Tames Quinn, Division 14..................078 W. M. Berry, Division No. 4................670 J. F. M. Burk, DlvLilon 3 ..................546 James E. Hlnes, Division 1..................505 James Curtis, Division 6...................423 J. L. Lclghton, Lowell, Moos................427 Kcw.'imeH. John J. Murphy, So. Boston...........lS,n09> Vmeent Fcthcvston. Boston............l'J,4�l Fred L. Murphy, Manchester, N. H......la,195 George Miuphy, East Cambridge............7340 Z/otter Cari'lora. T. J. Garrlty, Maiden.................�4B,S'14 Joseph A. MoVoy, So. Boston..........tio, 1 Walter F. Welch, Boston..............sa,0-l7 Frank J. Dunn, Boston...............lO.a-te George E. riarrtagton, Boston..............7768 Frank 0. Haley, Roxbuvy..................5605 Charles H. Loolco, Boston.................4808 John F. Boios, Chelsea...................4883 Walter Whelan, Boston...................4il00 John J. Lorlng, Boston.....,...............4268 W. A. Cleveland, No. Cambridge...........4004 Francis P. TunibiUl, Boston...............3708 Aaron H. RltUoy, Chelsea..................3032 Engono F. Blossom, Boston................8611 John Nolan, Brookllue....................8271 John G. McCarthy, Bomervllle..............3183 Pierce F. Cass, Charlcslown................2082 D. J. Cosgrovo, Carabrldgopovt.............2070 Charles E. Linton, Cambrklgeporl..........2065 Robt. D, Bntrltt, Jamaica Plain............S0S2 Charles W. GctohoU, Salem.......;........2023 Charles J. Rhoados, So. Boston.............2604 Capt. T. C. Uenderspu, Boston..............2423 Wm. T. Kendall, Boston..................2407 Andrew J. Dooley, Boston.................2102 D. Crowley, Boston......................1930 John H. McEloney, Boxbury...............1719 T. J. Qulnn, East Cambridge...............1700 John F. Roche, Boston....................1010 Joseph J. Smith. So. Beaton................ 1627 Charles S. Marsh, Chelsea'................. .1472 W. J. Covoney, Boston____...........1334 John D. Donovan, Cambridge..............1110 Wm. R. Reed, Maldon.....................1086 .lohnM. Campbell, Oambridgeport..........1070 Wm. J. O'Brien, So. Boston......'..........1003 Perlcy J. Stone, Beverly...................1061 .Tames'L. Adamson, Jamaica Plain..........10-43 F. E. Loonds, Back Bay...................1021 A. L. Svttton, Cambrldgcport................000 A. B. Wilson, Boston......................880 Thoo. P. PtenUeo, Cambridge...............870 James J. Shea, Roxbury....................378 T. G. Pitman, Boston......................B3B 0. H. Johnson, Boston................... .817 B. II. SUelloy, Chelsea.................... .700 N. H. Johnson, Maiden..............�.......771 Porter Converse, Flskdale...................742 George M. Wolll, Boston...................717 George W. Harrington, Boxbury.............709 Edward W. Deal, Dorchester.,..............660 BenJ. Bowden, Dorohesler..................028 H. Clifford Browning, Charlcstown...........604 H, Z. Wright, Roibury.....................680 Edward Brown, Roxbury...................670 Edward D. Klrby, CambrldEcport,............472 atUllnry Companies. Co. C, 0th Regt,, Boston..............�3,SOS Co. A, 0th Regt., Boston...............�S,�18 Co. M, 8th Regt., Somorvlllo...........SB,a�4: Battery C, 1st Battalion, Lawrence......liU.SSO Co. C, Ist Regt., Boston...............17,'r�e Co. H, 1st Regt,, Chelsea...............1C,8S4 Co. I, 8th Regt., Lynn.................14;,'y41 Co. n, 8th Regt., Salem...............10,303 Co. A, Strafford Guards, Dover, N. H........8168 Co. P, Otb Regt,, Lawronoo................6838 Battery A, lat Artillery, Boston.............5809 Co. G, 1st Regt., Boston.................'. .6447 Co. H, 6th P^gt., Charlestown City Oiuirds.. .6184 Co. H, 0th Regt., Shondun Guards, East BoHtou.6070 Oo. K, 2d Regt., Oraiigo....................1012 Co. K, 9th Regt., CUnton.................. 3793 Co, 1., 2d Regt., Foster Rinos, Nasluui, N. 11... '-i7(i2 Co. D, Roxbm-y Horse Guards............. .2621 Co. B, 0th Kegt., So. Boalon................24-13 Co. L, 6th Regt., JIalden..................2 101 Oo. D, Otli Rogt., Charlestown..............1866 Co. B, lot Uegt., Cambrlilgeport............1758 Co. L, ath Kogt,, No. Andover..............1030 Co. C, 6th Itogt., Lowell...................1 f!0.!i Co. E, 8th Itegl., Beverly..................1063 Co. I, Ist Rcgi., Brocklon.................1011 Co. F, 2d]iegt., Heywoo[l Glirird.s, Gardner., .1310 Co. I, 6th Regt,, Concord..................1164 Co, A, 6tb Regt,, Ohorlestown Cadets........1138 Co. I, Oil) Regt,, So. Boston.................008 Co. K, 1st ItegL, Boston...................018 Co. L, OtU Regt,, Natlck....................600 Co. F, 8lh Regt., HavorlilU..................480 Elialos women. Isabella Holland, Jordan, Jlarali & Co... 40,103 Kate G. Doherty, Boal, lligglimoji, Henderson ,k Co........................lO,3.tO NellieM.MnBon.CIeorgo A.Plunimur& Co.ao,0.13 May F. MuUln, It. H. White i Co.......XO.SS-t Mamie Karns, Vleth's Spa, Boston..........0270 Mamie McUugh, liacDoumdl's Glove Storo. . .8273 Nellie F. Worcester, with ,1. OUs MoFaddcn , .. 6401 Mary Solllvan, So, Boston BuUing Co........2604 Sadie Carroll, Jordan, Iilarsh .fc Oo..........2430 Ij. M. Hufiey, scleswoman..................23<':8 Minnie Thomas, "Waierly Cafe.............2132 Nellie Gorman, Boston....................1868 Flora C. Anetln, Ifrecniau ,t Taylor..........1803 Kaiio UoUaud, It, 11. While Co............17U7 Jennie Silcliartlson, TralU ,t Co.............lOSO Annie F. Kwoctiey. So, Boston..............1677 NelUe Oalpln, R. II. Whllo * Co............1302 Ada Poufl, Jordan, Marsh i Co.............1807 LlzKle Plllllips, So. Boston.................1203 -May Bolger. Evcvcll.......................1163 J, A. �n'lllinnis. Peabody...................1100 Mattlo Metcalf, Boston.....................860 Ida lil. Chapman, Boston................... 341 Jllmiie WlUtten, R. 11, Wliito .t Co...........708 Dixie Wheeler, R. U. ffhilc i Co............701 Mamlo L. iJavlo, Jlaplewood................630 Maggie Oiiligau, C. F. llovcy i; Co...........566 A. E. Merrltt, Boston......................638 Marte Kobcitson, KuBtou...................602 Irene Goli-.m, BostfUi......................600 U::^lv teiball. Cambrlrigc..................470 Alice II. Knlglit, Lynn.....................401 Nellie .A.. Gening, Duuvers..................434 Edith lietil, Boston........................422 T. J. Cully, Dh-lBlcn No, 10............14,O John Hnllord, SoiniTi-llle..............1 iiliOH WUUam Biu-Uc. Clielaea...............l�, , II. Conuey, Watcrtown.................6C64 Frank Nugent, BcHon....................6�U7 H. Woodbury, bo. Wt-ynioutb...............4284 John Clark, Division 2....................4111 John S. Donohuo, Division 11..............3414 K. B. Siicar, Division No. 11................3310 Geo. W. .'ttetctai, Uv.-iElon, Miilne...........3233 J. W. Itlohardion, WlnitUesli-r, Mr.iu.........2607 C, V. .Alurpby, DIvlElon .Vo. 10..............2110 Citpt. James Nicl'.O'-son, llun^or........,.... .2346 Edwto Nen-ton, Division 111................2;iS7 Patrick Powderly,riunkliu................2210 Oij> FOLKS and young folks play 'Toll-ttcs" with equal eajdyaient, i T. J. Shea, Boston..............., .. .6650 Pope Glbbs, Togus, Mo...........7:.......5476 W. B. Danforth, Chelsea..................8006 T. J. Llnehttu, Salem.....................8871 Fred L. Bounko, Cambrldgeport............8000 Frank H. Peak, Medford..................3448 James Rand, South Boston................3201 George W. Slas, Boston...................3086 R. J. Brown, Cambridge...................2704 John J. Ryau, Koxbury...................2223 George D, Matthles, Boston................2105 John J. Wise, Boston.....................1036 Joseph P. Doylo, Tremont st................lOSO Elmer E. Brown, Boston..................1S87 lloble Allen, So. Framlngham..............1877 Mary Nixon, Boston......................1844 J. Army, Boston.........................1774 Jas. E. Fitzgerald'; Charlestown..:..........1620 Jas. E. Case, Carver......................1509 Roland S, Robbino, SomorviUe..............1350 H. L. Card, Falrhaven....................1314 A. T. Do Luce, Boston....................1S05 G. M. Eaty, Watervllle, Mo................1280 Albert C. Cnttls, Essex....................1218 E. Everett Glbbs, Btldgton, Mo.............1118 F. O. Partridge, Portland, Mo..............1051 Ralph L. Roberta, Ro.Nibtiry.................1002 A. Fisher, Hyde Park......................004 Phiap WooU', Boston.......................003 Thomas Keenan, Boston....................837 W. B. MorrUI, Orange.....................007 W. H. Dyer, Boston................,......003 William MeAuley, Barre, 'Vt................S8G Mabel 8. Pe.aso, Boston....................810 Charles W. Lament, Richmond, Mo...........765 H. E. Eutlcdge, Portsmouth, N. H............728 Asa Gauthler, Cambridge...................088 Fred II. GaUaher, Boston...................070 G oorgo Faulltnor, Roxbiury..................026 Wm. James, DorcUeati)r....................018 George A. Wood, TauiitoU..................006 Alton Woods, Everett......................547 George W. Stncoy, Roxbury.................508 A rtliur J. Parker, Oochesott.................484 E. M. Shirley, Roxbury.....................482 aherburno Bros,, fllaldon...................476 Albert Morse, Boston......................468 T. Tobln, Dorchester,.....................405 Kallronit Emnlnyos. J. C. S.auborn, Gon. Train Master, 0. C... 44,a01 J. Frank Plerco, Fitch,, Boston.........le.&'TO J. J. Goodwin, Cond. B. & JI., Porlsmonlh, N. H.............................ll,a�4 R, T. Murray, W. B. St., Somorvlllo..........8405 0; 11. Coburn, W. E. St....................8217 S. C. Gilford, Crier 0. C...................6063 J. W. Biuubam, Pitch., Boston............, .0584 C. A. Saundois. B. i A..................6078 C. H. Tronholm, Somorvlllo................4017 F. W. Hanson, Conductor B. A M., K, Dlv.....3863 M. Fog.arty, Cond. W. E. St., So. Boston......8700 F. A. Coblelgb, So, Boston.................3610 G. F. Mathea, Conductor B. & SI.........:. .3440 M. F. O'Connell, Tel, Op. B. ,t 31........ii.. .8012 P. J. Donovan, Filch., Charlestown..........2064 L. C. Presoott. Conductor B. A L............2661 R. W. Kennedy, Cond. W. E. St., Cambridge.. 2610 Ed Ames, SomcrviUo.....................2616 Wm. jr. Ormsby, 0. C, llyannis.............2664 J. F. A. Boll, Oond. B. *�. M., E. Dir., Revere.. 2628 Ash Biirtlett, B. & M., W. Dlv..............3517 Anthouy Dike, Bralnlreo..................2342 N.G. C'ofl'oy, Ayer........................2207 C. W. Morgan, B. & A.....................2230 W. W. llannan, Sta. Agt., B. & M., Oak Grove.2100 W. D. Brenner, So. Boston.................1040 Albert Holt, Paymaster B. is A., Sprlngneld... 180'J F. D. Brown, Collootor N. V. A N. E.........1363 CUftoii O. Dudley, B. SomervUlo............1678 RollInN. Corlow, Oharlestown.............1666 Clarence B. Goodwin, Dorchester...........1026 A. B. Hubbard, Fltoli., ObarlestoiTO.........1810 Geo. M. Llttleliiae, Stonehnm...............1688 E. O. Thompson, 0. C, Roxbury............1660 J. W. Stanley, Franklin Park..............1464 P. J. Jordan, Hyde Park...................1468 Ohas. E, Seoit, Boston....................1416 George E, Helton, W. Acton................1313 H. H. Nowhall.Stonoham..................1263 G. H. Moor, Cond. W. E. St., SomervlUe......1100 John Black, Dorchester...................1170 Jerome HaslUigs, Franklin Park............1164 Henry Block, Cambrldgeport..............1140 Waldo McLciInn, Boston..................1008 A. J. Little, Loco. Engineer, Haverhill.......1079 L. H. Allen, Sta. Agt, Hook Bottom..........040 Georgo A. Round, Concord.................038 T. P. Hlnsraan, Sta. AgU, O. C, Dorchester.....013 David Clifford, Conductor, 0.0..............002 Albert W. BaUoy, B. 4; M., Oak Grovo........804 A. A. Kllbourn, Mattapan..................801 Fred.E. Crull, Pcnn., Boston................882 Patrick O. Denny, Charleston-n..............806 0. J. Fenton, Clerk, Supt. Ofhee, Pitch........740 W. P. Savory, B. & L......................716 M. T. Ward, .Sta. Agt., Chapel at., B. & A......003 James McGowan, Worcester................052 Gordon MoTaggart, Jte. C, Plttsfleld, Mo......031 E. G. Parker, Bqstou.......................606 E. J. Butler, N. Y. & N. K., Boston...........002 John E. Bucldoy, Charlcstown..............668 Wra. H. nitoheooK, Lynn...................507 Geo. F. Story,,Cond., N. Y. & N. E...........582 J. A. Crossmau, FaneuU....................521 E. A. Story, Boston........................510 Goo. T. Taylor, Chief Deapatohor, 0,0........515 Joseph M. Cooke, Ootid,, W. E. St...........505 Jolm Cain, Waltham......................500 Henry G. ICoUoy, FItoh., Somorvlllo..........405 A. 11. Wlggln, Cond, D. Jc A., Auburndnlo----401 E. W, Townsciid, B. & M., Salmon Falls, N. H...170 Thomas J. Knight, Molrouc.................468 Thomas Borrigau, Medford.................440 Harry J. Roberta, Cond., W. E. Ht............448 Geo. B. Pierce, Fitch., 'WQrcestor............4-16 Cbas. A. Fl6hev,Euglnocr,B. ,k A.............443 Cyrus L. Williams, Conductor, B. A........418 T, H. '(\'UllamB, Frolght Cond,, .Salem.........410 Mocliniilcs. William P. DrIsooU.Llthographor.......ai,�T6 Albert W.Turner, Gas Fitter, E.H. Tar-bell & Co.........................1ia,7tia MIchiiBl Leonard, Boston..............18,10� .S, J.Wheliin,,lr., AllanticWorUH,E.BO!ton,14.dOS F. SI, Twombiy, Slaster JMechaulc, 0. C. R.u.............................13,1'rs Edward L. Daley, Laster, Lynn.........Il.TOd .0. B. I.oswortli, Crosby Steam Gauge A Valve Co.........................lO.CSl Thoa, Nolau, Chiirlestown.................8026 li. J. DowiicH, Star Uritss Mfg. Co., Somorvlllo.8160 ilenry Slnlllgan, Jr., Cooper, Roxbury.......7407 C. L. Allien. Foreman, O. C. K. R. shop......6620 George Joseelyii, Harness Maker, Cambridge..6472 T. \v. Murlingaino, Hotso Shoor, Boston Ulgh- luml.i......................,..........6038 Anders Lofstroin, Supt. .K. H. Davenport's Fur-iillure Co., E, Caniliridge................4010 D. F. illcAlilster, I'lumbu-r, Boston..........44S4 WilUnui U. llitohell, Fred. 11. Holton i. Co., CamlirWge............................4184 M. J.Doherty,Meohaiilcal Engineer, By. Iioston.3787 .lolui F. I'helnn, Painter, Boston.............3443 F Goekritx, Jr., Boston................3230 WlUlam F. Mi.Keown, Cambridge...........3162 Fr;ink Jngo, Lewlston, Me.................3083 F. C. Sawyer, ClieUca.,...................2800 .loscpli lUley, Boiler Maker, ChnrIeato\ro.....2780 A. Woodivorth, ilralntree..................2620 John J. Heiily, Printer, Bo. Boston..........2340 William llugUcs, Coopar. (;hiule�low'n.......2204 Charles B. Kcime, Waltham................2208 Stirphon i'orter, Charlestown...............2211 E. B. Van Lnven, Maehlnlst, So. Boston.......2066 J. U. Grainger, E. Cuinbrldge...............2013 F. A. Meier, Jr., So. Boston................2010 Thomas Wllby, So. Bontou.................1070 Alfred Wilson, Dorchester.................1022 W. T. Kenuoy, Marbli! Cutter, CambrWgoport.lOOl J. H. Currant, Siultb *; Lovctt, Boiton.......1820 11, A. lUui'liley, E.Howard Clock Co,Roxliury,3763 Edwin Lerinond, Boston..................1720 II. D. Blaiichttiii, Boston..................1607 Daniel Gallasbtf, Lithographer. Rovei'o......1080 Frank W.Ilawes, Roxbury.................1644 E. J. WcCoruilck, 'I'allor, DorcbcBter.........1640 Maui-Ioe Lawtou, Bo. Boston...............Itj05 Daniel McCarlliy, CraallB Cutter, Quhicy----1680 J. H. lii'titrs, Reveie......................1073 O. A. Balloy, Paper Ruler, Camhridgeimrt.....1617 Edwiud Flynn, lioston....................14B* G. E.Wennvorib, Fiirulture;i'o.llshor, Boetoa. .1308 W. II. Messenger, Boston..................1380 J. W, Foley, Chetoea.....................1361 '1', C. Bigvvood, Chidsea.....................1330 Jolin Maltluud, Recce Button Hole Ilachlno Co.. E, Boston.............................1310 WUllaiu T. Brady, Roxbury................1260 H. 1". Biudk'y,(,'liicliurlug Plauo Co...........1100 Fred J. Kneelaad, Painter, Boston..........1082 .lames U. ISlilelda, G- W. A F. Smith......... .1073 Isaac L. poliuk, CambridBe................1000 E. n. rjpley, Busloii.........'.............1064 Robert Miller, Tlusuilth, Buatou.............1060 Albert U, mchardsoa, iUUcrd..............1032 TJiowiis J. Murphy, Hi^rsrsUoct, Eoibury.....W08 E. A. MoDouald, Cablnotraakor, Boston......1006 John P. Eagan, E. Cambrldgo..........,... .024 Leo McCnuloy, Jamaica Plain...............874 M, J. Shcohon, Cambrldgeport..............863 W. n.-Smlth, Highland 'Wlroaud Staple Works.849 D. D. DrlscoU, Boston.....................700 A. J. MoDonald, Boston...................706 W, J. PltBpalTlek, Chelsea..................780 John G. Logan, foreman for Norcrosa Bros., Westboro..............................726 Augustus F. Emery, Dorchester.............722 Charles H. Jaokson, Cambrldgeport..........713 A. P. Berg, Webb ,t 'n'ataon, Maplowood.....678 S.A.Hayas.F.A. Kennedy A, Co.,Cambrldgoport.060 C. W. Kyle, Somorvlllo..................,.. 010 Edgar K. Gray, Boston.....................038 Jiunijs Gates, Everett......................625 Alfred Butler, Iron-workor, Boston..........619 William Hdllor, Jiason, Cambrldgeport.......005 Edwin J. Turner, Carpantor, E. Boston.......684 0. C. James, Roxbury.....................674 PatrlelcT. Kennedy, E. Boston..............670 WlUlam GUehrlst, Jr., E. Boston.............660 Edward F. McKeuua, Printer, Boston........666 James K. Boyle, SomervUlo.................561 J. P. McGowan, Boston....................633 E. Y. Porclval, Boston.....................627 Edward T. Bray-den, Carriage Palutor, lloibury.617 V. E. Bust, Ipswloh.......................610 H.D.Stone, Boston.......................608 John M. Warn, Boston.........,...........603 Ruf us Cannon, Hyaunls....................500 O. H. Smith, Boston Wall Paper Co...........483 Calvin MoComblo, Carrlagomaker', Maiden____480 A.J. Alexander, Roibury..................461 W. A. Card, Everett.......................433 George W. Morrison, Shoemaker, Hayorldll.... 427 J. B.'Whllo, So. Boston....................422 J, Keasclman, Boston..................... .422 A. Aiiosou, Bouthbrldgo....................420 E. C. Biddwln, So, Boston..................419, S. D. Samuels, Chelsea.....................413 H. E. Hohnoa, Hancock Inspirator Co.........405 C. E. Marks, SomorviUe....................401 John A. Williams, Lorhig & Avery......SO. 158 H. M. Mack, Brookline...............ia,oa ,- T. J, Gouldlng, Boston................IS.ISO B. P. Terry, Telegrapher, Boston........i.0,07*, EdivnidM. Conloy, Charlestown____.......0174 Mrs. A. B. Hlltou, Maplowood..............8060 John McAvoy, Tremont House.............8383 Mra. E. A. Oamlde, Telcphouo Operator, Boston 7783 Daniel O'NoU, Boston................... .0309 George Hogan, Salem..................... 6504 Maggie J. Dunne, So. Boston..............0649 Michael J. O'Donucll, North End...........6647 D. P. Harrlgan, Roxbury..................4900 Daniel Hart, Cambrldgcport...............4881 A. O. CuUymore, Baker, with A. L. Hamilton.. 4607 Bumner Roberta, Bosttm..................4606 Katie Hyde, Charlestowu..................3037 Charles Hume, Boston....................S704 Hezcldah Henderson, Boston...............8706 J. Ed, Collin, Reporter, Manchestet, N. H.....3688 John Dunn, Edgewortb...................3680 Thos. I' Bowman, So. Boston----..........8630 Patrick McDonongb, Cambrldgeport........3610 Wm. Canavan, Boston...................8312 Ohas. 0. Galouda, Scidl A Bradley.........3100 Tlios. Plynn, Lamplighter, B.Boston........3166 P. W. Tlghe, .TaiUtor, Boston...........'...3108 W. A. Fltjpatrlck, Arlington...............3031 John H. Lovott, Lynn....................2863 K. L. Stevens, Telegrapher, Boston..........2724 L. J. Thyne, Roportor, Lowell..............2640 Goo. Barnes, Waverloy Manfg, Co..........2380 Andrew P. Lufldn, Truant OIBoer, Gloucester.2212 J. V. Paidlno, East Boston................2070 Chna. W. Rice, So. Boston.................2070 Jolm J. Wiirden, Hotel Clerk, Boston........2042 H. Sohefor, Baker, Taunton................2024 Jolm H. 'Webber, So. Boston...............2020 John L. White, Boston....................2014 James McCarthy, Boston..................1086 W. A. Olark, Boston......................1061 John Newton, Cambrldgeport............. .10-14 P. E. Groen, Chelsea.....................1807 B. H. Aylward, Cambridge................1703 Andrew Trahey, Boston...................1705 John Dobbyn, Boston.....................1400 John E. Stephenson, Cambrldgcport.........1210 E. A. Bartlott, Cambridge.................1200 F. B. Weaver, PlUsflolrt................... .1208 W.J. Adslt, Chelsea.....................1202 Jeromlah Wall, Revere Houso..............1178 Andrew Barnes, Maiden..................1126 Charles McCarthy, Boston.................1100 Amanda Andrews, F. J. O'Hara A; Co........1105 A. Brlckott, Boston......................1008 Theodore JenulUj'js, City Hall................916 Arthur M, llotigdon, Everett................808 H. E, Jr,cobs, Reporter, Holbrook............702 Mando Armstrong, lioston..................777 Robt Morrison, Everett....................703 Geo. B. Stono, Horace Partridge Co......... 762 John Williams, Cambrldgeport..............701 iMlcliael Martin, So. Boston.................763 John Donovan, Jr., Dshor, Boston............700 John SlcDouough, Boston..................086 a, W. Acres, Boston.......................676 Lucy Bucbiutau,Boston....................074 J. F. MUUkeu, Boston..................... .660 E. A. Whlddon, Bo. Boston.................611 B. L. Brown, Expressman, Boston.....,......600 Samuel Vi'. Holmaii. Uphain's Corner......... 678 Miss E. Young, Bookltoeper, WoUaaton Heights.643 Napoleon Cudorotte, Wlucbeudou............041 Julius 0. Rotli, Jamaica Plain...............634 Tho�. 11. Kimball, Jamaica I'lain.............629 II. Albreqht, Barber,JamaloaPlata...........623 R, P. Ritchie, So. Boston....................484 Trefla Chatel, Barber, Salem................4S8 M. J. Bishop, Baker, Boston.................480 H.B. Carpcmter, KeoHO, N. H...............470 John J. Donohuo, Northern Express Co.......474 Thoa. J. Nolan, Somon'Ulo..................-107 Henry A. Ihift", Jordan Marali .t Co...........440 J. W. Smith, Everett.......................442 James J. Roche, So. Boston.................432 F. A. Brown, Fresh Pond Ice Co., Belmont.....-120 W. W- Dowsing, Cambrldgcport..............422 Cora E. Preston, Allston...................408 John Mulvey, Forest Hills..................-105 Tonclicrg. Mrs. A. S. Taylor, East Cambrldgo......ao.OOO Edward Stiokney, Warren Scliool.......!ia,t^4iB Mary L. Holland, Quincy Sohool........;-i�,�!Iir Nellie Dee, Marlboro.................17,6oa W. J. McDermott, Comer's Commercial ,College...........................lO.BRT' Nellie M. Sullivan, Spencer................8161 M.J. O'Brien, Rockland, Mass.............8305 Nellie Farrell, Boston....................6801 Eva Moran, So. Weymouth................6113 M. E. Hassett, Northtleld, Vt...............4605 A. L. llnftor, Dudley Sohool................4''U6 Peter P. Gartland, Cambridge..............42117 Dora Green, Lyme, N. 11...................3108 Frank L. Kloth, Marblehead...............3324 Nellie Shoehnn, AVoburn. .1...............S161 M. E. Roome, Roxbury....................3141 Jcsopldue Bogan, Chelsea.................3076 B. F. Daino, Ollvor School, Lawrence, Mass.. .3072 J. P. Maraton, Blddotord, Me...............2014 .Tennle Cowlos, Brookllcld.................2617 Prof. A. E. Tuttle, Amesbuiy...............2:)68 Coclle Mclirlde, Ktoujnitou.................2163 Mamlo N. Nichols, Blddelord, Mo...........3026 O. a. Webster, Eliot School................10(16 Barab A. Curran, Boston..................1004 Prof. Wu>. L. Burdlok, Ktoughton...........1030 Edward P. Bberhurno, Roibury.............1 UOl F. Gertrude Manalwn, llilloboro, N. H.......1700 Itoberl Forsyth, Lebanon, N, H.............102U .VKnos Corcoran, So. Boston...............16-10 L. W. Eames, Aincsbury..................1602 I'rof. H. 8. Cowell, Aoliburidiam............1601 ,H. II, Baker, Provlncetown.................1480 Lllliau V, Boothbay, Mtoneham.............]4(ili M. F. Fletcher. Doerlleid..................12B0 11. B. Dolaud, Jlodford....................12116 .Maitlu WInchcubaugh, Glastonbury, Conn----1264 Nellie F. Bhcrldan, Somorvlllo..............1207 C. 1!, Stetson, Bralntreo...................11 -tl Annie M. Sawyer, Hhigbain................1020 J. s. Mantor, Hyde Hark..................1000 M. V. B. I'crlcy, Toj�lleld..................083 .VuiiloE. Suiait, I'orlsmouth, N. H...........006 J. F. Scidly, Boston.......................060 J. J. Bheebon, Boston......................060 H. Andrews, Soinervllle....................000 E.J. Cox, Cohassot.......................877 Gertrude Goodwin, Edward Everett School.. . .873 ^Y. A. Iloyt, N. BruoUflehl................. .708 T. P. Fart, Koclilaiid, Mnas............i----796 Tliomns .-v. Mullen, So. lioston...............772 J. \V. McDonald, Stoneham.................736 J. L, Goddaril, Roxbury................... .067 .innle L. Ricker, So. Berwick, Me............053 G. F. .Murdoek, E. litldgewaUtr..............061 Fl.nlde Perkins, Niitliik, Mass................605 V. ). Wilde, Bi-.llntroe.....................000 II. M. Greenwood, Pettrboro, N. II...........600 Jessie N. Prince, IJulucy....................687 Alice Barrows, Reading....................677 A. B, Polmor, Qrlcans, Mass.................560 J. R, ilorse, Hugh O'Brien Behool............64-1 F. M, King, So. Booton.....................407 Jetiuio L, laylor, North F.aUdeld, Mo.........400 Eliza Brand, Muldtn......................4B-1 John F, Dwlght, HarlSebool................466 Ernest Danlals. .Medway....................441 Flora E. Kendall, No. Lcoininstor............427 John D. BUUngs, Cambridge................410 Mary L. llarrub, Plympton.................410 Salesmen. Clinrles E. Durgin, Thomas Long * Co.. .Si,7�e JiiiniBH. Wilson, Jordan, Marsh & Co.. .�t>,'J!iJ W. F. BacaU, Koeler .t Co.............s;0.14 I P. J. Grant, John Reardon * Son.......l�,3JJO James Kclley, Buy State Carpet Co......13,31� Charles R, I'hlnney, Portland Me........ia,e,�:i: Thomas �. Barron, rishor ii Fair bonks.. 1A X O A. S. Tcmiile, BarUott's Pharmacy, Cambridge............................11,871 D. A- KiaUvau, H. A. lUrtley A Co.....10.7r.7 J. F. Carlisle, Wltham, 202 State st..........0:m D. N. Pickering, Brook's Bank Note Co......61K0 John F. Dwlght, Boston..................6i<27 r. B. Snow, Isaac Fcimo i Co..............6173 HenryO'Gormau, J. B. Barnaby...........3830 James P. Fox, Boston....................3�SU B. J- MoKoou, Suudnrd Shoe Co............8067 J. Cliailes Thomas, Jr., Bo.'tton.............3600 Jamts L. MoUoy, It. H. White .t Co..........3660 H. C. BarruB, C. A. Carrutb <k Co...........3501 H. M. Amsbury, I'yilo .k Co...............3160 .Burton Derrick, lioston...................2037 C. M. Hohntt. Rust, Rldiatdaon DruB Co.....in68 Ceo. B. Brouksj Boyd, Leeds ,k Go...........2810 EVEBY ARTICLE IK THIS OOLUMN IS A BAKGAESr AND A GOOD OERISTMAS PRESENT, 200 (lo3. rino Quality 7-Iiook Eoator Laoe Sitoaa Q-lovos...................79o. Kcgnlar piioo $1,25, 130 do2, 8-button LoiiBth Suodo eHovos... 75c. Keptnlar prloo $1,00. 100 do3, All-Silk'Mlttons.............25c. Kegular price DOo, 100 403. AU-Silk Mittona, Extra Fine Qniility.......................59c. Wortli $1,00. BCdoz, Haud-Knit Woratod Mittens.....25c. Eognlar prioo 38o. A Largo Assoitmont of Fur Triramot!, Floeoe Liiiod Kid Gloves and Mittons, from.... iSI.OO to $1.75 porjair FURS. Ovsrstooketj! Overstocked! Every pioco of FU R in oiir oatabUslimont ia to boWlARKED DOWN nortwook, Thisin-oludas CAPES, MUFFS, BOAS, CHILDREN'S FUnS, SEAL, LOOPS aud FUR TRDlVlMaPJCS. Latlioa will do well to romorabor this, 35 and 37 Winter St. F. L. Beal.NatIek........................S705 U. W. Clough.Gray ,fc Young, Natlck........BOlO E. C. Johnson, mnoh Bros................2001 A. Sumner, JIotcaK .ts Co..................2106 Jolm T, Gleason, So. Boston...............2005 AMaurIco Harris, E. H. JIarstou......,.......1080 Ou8 Poggl, Boston........................1702 0. T. Derry, Smith ,b Pattoroon, Jewellers.....1650 John A. Kennard, IL J. Bailey * Co., Portland, Mo..................................1030 E. P. Holt, Charlestown...................1025 L. M. Llbby, 874 Washington at.............1660 J. J. Sawj'or, Jordan, JIursh ,t Co...........1664 Edward Gray, East Boston.................1461 George B. Morse, Boston..................1418 E. a. Daley, Boston........................13-H W. A. Dakin, Koreroas its Mellon & Go.......1916 David M. Golden, Boston..................1206 James B. Lord,Carpenter, Wood ward itMorton.1210 J. I.. Allen, So. Ftandnghmn...............1104 E. D. Salomon, Boston....................llCIJi Matu'Ieo McOvath, Uockl.and, Mo............1107 S. Swig, East Cambrldgo..................1114 Jos. A. Friitus, O, A. W. Crosby * Son.......1050 J. .Mahard, Natlck.......................1041 Pldneaa Warded, Lawrence, WUdo .fc Co......1035 Charles E. Lewis, M. A. I'arkor ,t Co........1014 H. E. P.aul. Btdkeley, Perldns &. Shopard.....1014 C. H. Creed, Oriental Tea Co...............1008 T. Worlldngton, Boston...................1006 B. D.Hall, Motcidf.'.......................048 Elmer E. NoitIs, Beaton.................. .030 E. F. Hlmcs, Jackaon, R. 1..................860 A. H. Smith, GUnuiu Bros,, Worcester........766 O, T. Peterson, Norwood...................737 H. E. Stuart, Boston.......................737 T. W. Cnsack. Somorvlllo..................081 .K, A. Rt^dway, Cambrldgo..................601 J. H. DcliUT, Salem..............'...-------668 R, S. Cnrneuler, MeUoae UlgWautls...........610 1). B, Ilariiy, Singer Machine Co.............603 P, E. Ulckford. Portland. Sic................652 W. T. B. .Scott, 1 tobbs ,t. Son, IB. Boston.......646 Arthur II. Jiidklns, Boston..................642 C. O. Small, Beaton.......................608 J. C. Anderson, Boatou.....................607 0. S. Simpson, with D. A. SinaU, Now Dedtofd.. 603 Fred Klohols, Boston......................406 C.J. O'Koefc, Salem.......................406 F.'(1'. Penre, East Weynioulh................450 E. Shirley Beek, Boston....................434 Wm. 11. Irving, Anatliuu ct Co..............400 I'^lre CoMvjiaHJos. Steamer No, 1, Vi'althom,...----......<IDI,'rc8 Kngiue No. 7, lioston.................OT.S.In Engine No. 16, So. Boston..............l!e,l , Boston................... .7100 ludependenee 8, Concord,................6201 Rescue H. * h. Co., Westboro,.............6444 B. 8. Frost lloae,3, Chelsea................-1.833 atoamerNo. 1, Foxboro...................4760 J. P. Bradleo, So. 2, Ballnrdvalo............4736 Cliendcal No. 10, Boston..................4510 Steamer No, 1, Aiihlaua...................41-14 Engine 30, Boston....................... 8632 Ladder No. 1, Cheiaoa....................3300 Hobo 3, Whitnuin........................8156 Ccmtlnental II. A L. Hogo'l'eam, Gitrdliier, Me.3082 LIhertv Hose, No. 1, Marlilcbead............2683 J, M. Bout Hose, No. 1, Couldtualc...........3638 IloacNo. 1, Maualli'kl....................3160 Excelsior Hose, 3, Wlnolioator..............2024 lloso Co. No. 8, Gardner, '.lines..............200B Steamer No. 3, So. Natlck.................1S40 Hoao No, 3, No. Lcominater................1730 Gen-y Hose, 3, Marbli^head.................1000 Dirlgo Engine Co,, No. 1, Sprlngvalo, Mo.....1633 Rapid Engine Co., 2, Jleilway..............1677 Klngara Hose, 3, So. Frainliigliam... .,......1487 Pocaiioketllosc, 3, Kingston, Mass..........13-12 Encino iio. 1, ChelBOtt...............i----11131 J. .lacksou 11. &h. Co., Ashland............1030 Steamer No, 1, Milton.....................1021 Hose No. 2, Slarlboro.....................1000 Chemical No. S, So. Boalon................1005 Triumph, No. 1, Berwick, aio................067 Ladder 12, Boston........................061 ICoarsnvge, 3, Portsmouth, N, II.............0-10 John Onmmlngs IIoso, 3, Woburn............864 Engine No. 6, E. Boston....................803 Niagara, Ko, 1, 'I'annton....................006 Alert Hose, 2, Groat Falla, K, II..............600 Engine No, 1, So. lioston...................663 Steamer No. 4, Mancheator, N. II............663 William Hill, 2, No. Berwick, Me.............621 Hears lloso Co., Rockhinrt...................617 riser lingluo Co., So. WiUpole..............470 11. .fc L, Co, No. 1, Weyiuonlh...............451 H. E, Grout Hose, No. 1, Silencer.............430 ASTOACHAN FUU-TRmMED With linnasomo Braid Ornaments, marked down  from $15,00, 8EA1 PLUSII CAPES, S4.48. Poiat�d frqiita, shawl collar, roduoed from $7,00. IT IS MOT "KKIS KBIWGLa." It Mcana Christ Cliild, aucl ia Its German Diminutive. To tlio Etiitor oi: Tlio Sunday Globe: I read ovory few days in ymtr paper aliout "Kris KritiBlo." I urn a German by birtli and a constant roador of Tum Glodu and would like to rectify tliis oi'prossion. It is not "Ivris ICi'iiislo," an you call it, but "Chris Kiiulol," or, in lOim'lisli, "Clirist Olilld," Itis, its "Kfio ICrinfflo," a diminu-tivo of "Cliris i-Cindol," u!i you 'jvould call Frod Froddio, Oliarlo.s Cliariio, and so on. Uo-stou. One of Youh, Friends. Kcop Thou tho Door of Thy Mouth. I road, say.'i a writer ill tho Ladies'Homo (lournal, soon after my murriiiEro, and por-hap.s that wan tlio roa-Hon v/hy it mado auoh an iiujircBsion on niy mind, of a youtiB couplo who luid thoir iiriit tiunrrcl, ono 'which occuiTcd while ut their breakfast in tho early part tif tho lionoyinfmij, and It 'was simply bi'oauso IIto yoiiiur hualmnd broke tin og'if on tho .sniitll end of it. 'i'lio yomi� wlfo said, "My denr, don't you know which cud of tlio cKi; is the jiroiitir end to break 1"' His pride was touched, and ho unswerod: "I think I know us well what is proper as you d.'i." Her ouick reply wits: "Well, you don't. II you break the euK on tho suiall end." That was a very lilHo tliius. but it was tho cenunonceiiieut of what ondud in a divorce. NVe need moro "circles" which shall take for thoir motto, "JIc opened not his mouth." There is a circle of littio douiihtcrs in one of our lU'cuuinout Now Yoi'k stores, and they are called, "Tho Door-koeper'.s Circle." i whs surprised when tliey ijavo as their motto, "Keep thou tho door of lliy n;ioutli." AVotkly Mortality, 'i'ho total tiumbor of doatlis reported to the board of licuUh for the week is 203, against 1E3 tho correspondintr week last year, makiuK the death rato ftu- Iho week 23.0. Tho number of cases and deaths from jnl'ectiouB disiiases reportod this week is as follows: Dinhtlierla, 21 cases and!)deaths; (icarlaliua, 22 cases and 2 deaths; tynhoitl fever, 10 cases iiiui -1 deaths; meiiBlea, 36 crises and 1 death; the deatlis from con-suuiptiou were ;.10; piieumonin, 21!; heart disease, IS; broiicbitis, 11, and mtu'asirius, (",: tliere were 7 dejtvhs from viojent causas. 'J'lit; number of chiltiren who died under 1 year was ;;0; the muiilier under fl years, Ei; tho number of I'lersoiis who died over 00 y((;ii's of iiuo was -1(1, tlie oldest lieuiir 01 year.',, Tho deaths in public inEtitutious ivoro -10.__ Can You Tlo Your Neck WeorP It is a lamentable (act that there is a larg'o proportion of men with an inclination to bo well drea.sed, who either cannjt, oi' think they cauuot, tie tljeir own nockwear, says Ulothier and I'^uruisher. This proportion \vi\i, of course, in time be reduced; but a cousi !e.st knot, Tliey mity be lLl'.eu<'d to that mil incoiusiderable quota of oducuted moil in the conimiuiity whoso tu'thoiTtapby is coiistittilituially iuiperfect. )hitifief.H men, wiio know what is right, primarily want the made-up neckwear; thai, best of all, will gloss over tlioii' lack ot skiU- lOJfO WINTER GARMENTS, $3.98. Markod flown from $10,00. COLORED BOY ORATOR. HarvartJ's Prop Sohool In Commotion- Senior Class at Exeter Elects Harry Minton Speaker-Glasses Inclined to Draw the Line. DovEH, N. H., Deo. 13.-Followinu the oxampio aot by Harvard this year, tlie luii-vorsity's big fitting school at Exeter will hitvo a colored class-day orator. Ho is a Philadelphia boy, and his name is Houry C. Minton, bnt his classmates, with whom ho has boon very popular, know him boat us "YouBB Harry." He is undoubtedly one ol the briglitost boys in the school, and raiiks high in scholarshiD. Ho is aii editor of tho Phillips Literary Magazine and also of tho IDxonian, tho woofcly sohool paper, and is a vipforoua writer. At the banquet ol the Ex^mian board the other evoning he mado tho hit of tlie evctiins In response to the toast, "The Frooont," for ho ts a, roady talkor, having llKurod in one of tho dobiitlnpr societies as a loading spirit almost sinoo his entrance into the acadeniY, But Minton's election has klcJced no suoli ft commotion amoiiff tho boys in tho lower olassos as the F. E. A. aoldom ox-porionoea, Tho students are many of them bluo-blooda ot the doopest dye, and not a faw ot them oomo fro.n tlio faouth, brinKing with thoin tho prejudices atrainst coloroia darker hue, that Southern yomiestors find it harder to hide, than do their more discreet eiders. By some it is said that two-thirds of tlio students woro opposed to tlio flolootlou ot young Minton to the highest iionor of tho course, hut as the senior class chooses its own ofllcors; the middles and luniors and props had nothing to do bub kick if they dicvn't like tho result. Some of them are kick ng as though they woro playing foot ball aaraiust Andovor and had a chance ot winning. Tho faculty, it is said, are trying to suppress all symptoms of commotion, and ox-oopt tor tho statements of tho boys nono would know that the question of color was disturbing tho soronity of the American Uugby. _ LIABILITIES $1,077,249. statements of Whitten, Burdett & Young's Finances-Assets $981,783, Bsssides the Pottor-Lovoll Account. A mooting of tha creditors of Whitton, Burdett & Yomig, clothing manufacturors, 8 'Winthrop 6q, Boston, ^vas liold yesterday morning ftt tho rooms of tho Merchimts' Association, 56 Betlford st, William Whitman of Htu-ding, Whitinaoi & Co., was chairman, and Rufus S. Grooloy of Rufus Frost & Co., 'was secretary. -Tonathan A. Lane, ono of tho assiguoos, called tho mooting to order. Charles H. Allen made a statement of tho fiiianoial condition ol tho firm as ho found it sinoo tho assignment. Mr. Allen did not linow why ito had boon selected as ono ol tho assignees, tho amount ho represented vras not an indobtodness to him, but to a bank. Jonathan A. Lano, his oo-assigneo, represcmtod a merdiandiso deljt. lie had had an acquaintance with tho iirra extondinjj over a number of years, about ;!0 years, lind now a misforluno hail overtaken itand ilj liad been compelled to cnll tho ereditor.s to�ethor. Tho assignees had boon at duty alnoo tlicir appointment and ho mustsay that the firm had dono all it could in every way to a.ssist tltom in thoir investigations, and ho could state that all tho firm's properly ia now at the disposition ot the crorlitorn. The hfm's statement ot condition, as now appears to tho assignees, ia given to the creditors as follows: LlAUiLirUS. Notes payalilo................... 8080,371.00 T.oan ttcuoutit.................... 44,487.80 Accounts iiiiyable................ 33a,063,81) Rent duo Coininonweolth Clothing Ilonso........................ 7,2011.61 Rent fine at storo Wlntlu-op s(i....... S,4;i7.60 lino for bent, power, etc........... OUl.ai Total.......................{11,077,240.00 In ndclltlon to tlilu liability tliero Is a contlimeut liability on cnstoiners' notes that iiavo boon illscoiiutoU... 00,413.28 AK.sK'rs. rUoelt In Wlntlirop sq. store........ g470,170.18 Btoektt in the (Joniinouweulth Cloth- Int; House, the People's Clothing ConiTiany,Ilroadway, Bontli Boston, and the liay .State Clothlug Com. pany, Worcester.........�....... 212,074.00 Notes rccolvablo................. l.-tia.-M Cash on hand.................... 120,53 Open accounts receivable.......... 280,3611.76 Iflxtiires aud furnltnro In the four stores......................... 6,000.00 Total......................... �081,78(1.80 Duo from tho Pottot-Iiovell Compauy. 110,000,00 Total assets..................lill,nln,78. ast Saturday a reporter ol the Sun followed a crowd of women Inlo a woll-kuowu restaurtint in upper Broadway. All turned to one side of the room, where thera was on oval lunch counter of cherry, smoothly polished and much loft:or than tho lunch counters patrorJzod iiy men exclusively. The stools ivcre of cherry with ctiue-bottoni seats. Sixty petaons could sit very com-fortably at the counter, but tho managers of the institution had crowded the .scats to-Bcthor so as to ttccomiuodata more. The service was much b(>iter than men are accustomed to. At the time of the reporter's entran As we aro going out of tlila line we filial] clone out all our Imitation anci real Bucliesso anil Point Iiace Hand-kcrchioLs at }es8 than cost of importation. 35 and 37 Winter St. Bs Bt Possible tor tho plain to bo made pretty, for tho old to loon young? Under oartotn conditions It Is not only pos-slblo, but sure. And these conditions rotiutra no groat outlay of tlmo, trouble or money. there is a process pnroly oatiirAl and poliUcaa hy whiolt tba old wrlnUlod, Ircokhid anu partially decayed skill can bo priKlually removed, and give placfi to tho soft, delicntoi f rosb cuUolo undexnoatb. which the old annoyances aud disflgoremonts ol PimpleSi Motb Patches, Brown Spots and Sallownesa can bo por-mnnuntly GiiuUcntcd and tlto oomploxion glyen oil tbe oharm and rroshneaa of youth. And by tlil9 means and In this way tho old canbemadeyoyng^^ There Is no doubt ot It. Thousands of ladles have tried II; with satisfactory residts. Tho process was Ihortlsoovoryot jUmo. A. Ruprert, tho world-famed Complexion Speolallst, than whom there Is no better authority on tho coinplo-'don In tho world. it Is a Fact that Mine. Itupport's wonderful Face Mcooh a�-eoinpllsliea tho nbovo rceults In a remarltuhly short spaec of time. Trtee ,'?2 per bottle; 3 bottles for SG. Full cxiiliuiatloua sent sealed froo by nmU or on peraoiuU application to StouTii's ]C;iaiI A Useful and Appropriate Price $3.0c, With a List of all tite Leading Clubs. IF YOUR LOCAL. DEALER HAS NOT THE SEND TO US DIRECT. PRICIi:, $1.00; POST PAID, S40 Washington St., Boston. ___SuMWFSSu aiA For a ScusibJe, Uset'ul Holiday GiU, Purclmse a liilflatGr or lolsteniog Box, For olBurfi, in Onk, Ash, and Walnut wood, olao ota hand it larpo and solect iissortinont of Meoracbannt plpea, Turkish wut�r ptpos, fluo cigar caaos. {Bmolcor.4* articles linxiortod aspeoiciXly Snr ?iu*iutmus tUue. 44 School St., OPP, CBTY HALL - BOSTON. Compounded prepai-atlons aro uncQuailetL Beware of Poisonous Substanses. Tbo following spealiis volom^a; Analytical nnd QonsnltJng Gheinlet,) I'ltoviDUNCi:, K. I., Nov. 'Jg, 1889. f Egtjtian Toilet Co., isoaton Maaa.i i hiivo uarofally examlueU and ani'd>-zad a wiapl* of Egntciau Toilet Pi-epivratlou prepm-ed by 1^9 EoyrriAN ToaitT Co., Boatun, Mftfls., uad report the same aa Ireo from all eoiupouuds containlna poiswnouB or InjurtonB motUa or otlicr deletorloaa or objcotlotmblij substances. U la a wTeU-corapounaetf prepiirution, apparently well titted for purposaa axid VMQi bUuudcd. Mespoctt'ully yours, EDft'lN E. CA-LDEB, Proloasar of Chemistry in Boatoa Univeralty. Our preparations are beautlflera, ptare, simple and harmleaa to tho sKln as water. Tbey promoto smoothness and reiiiuvo allgU'SS. Thoy will surely eradicate allblemlsihtiaot' the sUiu and glvo a ho&ltby glow to tho complexion. Comeinund bcpon>'lacea of iheaii facta by a tma trUl or send for circular. ECYPTIAS*^ TOISLET CO., K '1 *' i^^*^ i^iiitranteud ui every respect. ISo (35O �^hiirec far t'usuctlufc'. 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