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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 20, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts                                Put your want ad in The Globe, and by i�     saving time save HARVARD VS. YALE. If yoti have read The (Jlobe for foot ball 'this season, there's no need of telling you what paper to buy tomorrow afternoon. VOL. XL.-NO. 143. BOSTO'N, FRIDAY MORNING, WOTEMBER 20. 1891.--TWELVE PAGES. PRICE JWO 13ENTS. if rtji. 1,1' soIpdiii WiBt tlino, ^ mny.if twirtp tlie �rt> Rnvs, J. T. ;a6 cii-"or ot Wify � Writ- BEAl, ESTATE TBANSAGTIONS: i.Bisy^'^CdlUnii to Oneiiaui 'ektnbtltb*' ,����� �i WaebhiBian ciailt, ,1Seilfav y SoUz, Bro'. & Mork. roiHii c'otliterc ' nd fmcvr. iSyilza C.u, manufanidrerB aua wholoxaic .dCiltTHln mo 'scl thiiv.'. Tlie land Is naeU Ulor $10^0.00.a^d ihe l)allaliia.forSau,4[m "THE WAR IN SONQ,'" PfapoMtlona Cor I>resentluii;. thcCUIkU*' a In u Devcn, lOstret, 'I Tbe e-;!, tlic Bacl tliR ptuu to b.3   IV and IR li tftot bcfo a stroftt. to ha re-yearly uiciits; yio'd ;�( A p Will a- Eepreaents the aggregate value of the clothing whioh we are compelled to dis-poSe'of at once, being forced Jip vacate our present premises at the expiration of our ULSTERS, OVERCOATS, SUITS, PANTALOON All new and seasonable clothing manufactured under our own supervision, guarantees their STAISTDAED QUALITY, PINE MAKE AND PERFEOT PINISE We offer an array of bargains which eclipses anything before known to the clothing trade of New England. , Our crowded store and the enormous sales Of the past two weeks fully attest the high grade of goods offered, and the extremely low prices. The following prices, taken at random from our different tables, will give some idea of the numerous bargains offered,.  ^ REGULAR " - RETAIL PRICE. . OUR PRICE. 600 Suits, Sacks and Prooks, worsted and fancy cassimeres..................... 300 Men's Sack Suits, of the best American production, latest styles, excellently made and trimmed.................... 200, Sacks, and Cutaway Suits of the best foreign and domestic fabrics, made and trimmed eciual to custom tailor Work-   500 Black Cheviot Suits, all wool, fast black, well made and trimmed, in single, double and straight cut sacks................ 50 Blue Ohinchilla Overcoats, single breasted, piped edges,'velvSt collar, satin lined throughout.......................... 300 Melton, Eersey and Beaver Overcoats, in all the newest colors, single and double . breasted, first-class tailor made garments. Boys', Imported Scotch Suits, ages 14 to 18   $12.00 5.00 mo $15.00 0 laj. IcKiiiley Tts to tie Home lartet CIA Hoar Were Tliere. AU Told Why We Should be Very Thankful. Lesser Lights at  Scene Dinner and Meeting. of Those lour high priests ot hiph protection, ftHCinloy of Ohio, Aldrioh of Rhode Island, Eeod of Maine and Hoar of Massachusotts, stood in a row in one of the parlors at the Vendomo last evening and shook hands with 600 or GOO gentlemen. Each one of the four illustrious "loaders of legislation"-as thoy were called on the till of fare-wore a bewitohiug smile, that of the Ohio Napoleon being the most on^ gaging. Big Tom Reed of Maine, nuite as ponderous and as joliy as ever, stood next to the Rhode Island Senator, whom ho ove-r-topped by a full head. The Worcester statesman soemed to be in particularly good spirits all the evening, and liis massive faoe bad a most benign expression. aofl $6.00 Blouse Suits, age 4 to 14-............. Nothing reserved in our entire stock, all must be sold, Tou shoiild be hand as early as possible to secure choice of the hundreds of bargains. CONTENTS OF TODflY'S GLOBE PllStO 1. Almy guilty of murder in first degree; to bang in December, 1892; committed to .Stato prison at Oonoord unconscious of his doom; closing arguments; scenes and incidents. Mai. MoKinloy, Heed, Aldrich and Hoar at dinner and meeting of Home MarKet Club. Speaker Barrett at Providence. I*aKo S. Griffin wins from Larkln in Now Orleans. The Boston Janitors' Mutual Benefit Association celebrates their sixth anniversary. Hon. Wilfrid Laurior at FaneuU Hall. Meeting of the Old School Boys' Association. Phro 3. Balloting for L. A. W. division officers results in election of G. A. Perkins, chief consul 1 A, D. Peck, Jr., vioo-oonsvil, and Charles S. Howard, secretary-treasurer. Councilman Norris moves a boomerang order in the Common Council. Republican 12th aldermanio convention could not agree on candidate; political news. Pacific slope Republicans bidding for national convention; Crisp, Mills and Springer go to Now York. Chinamen seek .iustioe in a Massachusetts court. I�aRo 8. Possible amalgamation of Farmers' Alliance. F. M,,B. A., and People's party. Drove of wild dogs found jioar Goodland, Kan. Page O. Mr. Mann tells how it feels to be scalped. De Solssous in court; testifies in reference to wortliless checks. Plan to arcado VVnshington St. and to widen Tremont st. I"�bo lO. Gossip of the Stato House. Pago 11. Walter Camp's vieWs on Harvard and Yale elevens; makeup of the teams and sketch of the players. Annual report of Gen. Dalton as Inspeo-tor-goneral. Paste 13. Dodge-Andrews scandal at Lynn to be ended this evening. 'A.llegory of War in Song" at MeOlianio's Hall. EpiscoDivl congress discuss "New and Old Parochial Methods." In tliB First Oepe. December,1892, the Time of His Boom. Protootion for Cotton. Charleston, S. C, Nov. 19.-The agitation for applying to Congress for protection for cotton, especially from the sea islands, 1ms received a boost from Congressman Elliot's declared intention to introduoo � cotton protective bill in the next Congress and from the letter ot Judge Lawrence, president ot tho Ohio Wool Growers'Association, proposing an allowance between .wool growers ot the North and cotton planters ot tho .South for protection lor botli industries. on Maiuit'acturers, Wholesalers and lletailers, WILL OPPEE Saturday, Nov. 21,1891 Sirloin Steai( (U off). Boneiess Rib Roil . . Face of Riimp . . i 5c. 12c. i Thousands of our patroua stand ready to indorse tlie Eoliability of onr speoial offer. MAJ. WILLIAM MOKINLIty, jr. In line witji these stars of tho first magnitude ill the Ropublioan firmamonJ;-bringing' up the tear, 'so to speak-were llie lesser lights, such as Congressmen Lodge and Morse, ex-Gov. Brackett and others of even less note. Tlie occasion was tho reception and banquet given by tho Homo Marltot Club to the great apostles ot protection, T.vho engineered the MolCinley bill through the last Congress. "This organization believes m tlie MoKinloy bill and its author," said Gen. Draper after dinner, and tho manner in which those'COO throats yollod left no possible doubt of the truth ot that assertion. The Germauia orchestra played the overture from Flotow's "StrAdella," while tho crpwd thronged into tho dining ball. Tables had also to be set in several other rooms and in one of tho vestibules in order to accommodate the diners. In the main ball around the circular centre table were EOttted President Draper ot the club. Gov.-elect MolCinley, Senator Hoar, .Senator Aid-rich, ox-Spoalcer Reed, Coiigressmen Lodge and Morse, Hon, Aloicanoor H. Rice, ex-Gov. Brackett. Hon. Alden .Snoare, Hon, J. H. Walker and Postmaator Hart. At the other tables there were: The most condensed and economical form of strictly fresh meat. It is made from the choicest Ohioago Beef, and is entirely free from bone, fat or waste, Atwood's Hamburger Steak makes the host pie meat. 48 North St., Boston, Mass. Prevents PNEUMONIA. Cures COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP. Relieves ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION. Does not damage the Gtomoch. CO ctE. p^r bottle. All druggists. Accept no Bubstitute. Delegates to Slxtii Aidermanic Conveutigii w.U iisBKmble at tli� rooms of the DBino-cratlu Stale Comiiiittei'. ii&2 WubUlngLon at., on Tri-dAjr, Kov. SO, fit B.30 p. m., fur Lite purpobu of nomtnatlng u cjindidatu for Alderuibn In tlie ;^ixLli J>l�tnou Per order. n.:,. St.    'JShn H. Mc^OXodoH,; Commute.. For tlic next 0 days wo give a selected VormoMt turkey with evcrj range sold, together with a large package of Wni, G. Bell Company's celebrated poultry seasoning, that is guaranteed to ninlco tho best dressing in the M'orld, to test the fine b.al{ing qualitioi^ of our ranges. Order us to talce your old stove in exchange for a modern range. We accept %\M per week thereafter until tho balance is paid. All kinds to choose from .at lowest cash prices. Parlor stoves -on tho same terms and prices. Economical houselceepcrs will appreciate the genuine bargains we are offering In Furniture and Carpets. To every one purcliasing $100 wortli or more we give a OooHlng Range, or credit its value to their account. Old customers arc not required to pay down any money In opening new accounts. Send for Ulustratod catnlognos. iirlce list and do-eorlptive circular o� Kotilnson's VIlui. G.H. ROBINSON & CO., 1 and 2 Dock B^, and 140 WaBhington St, The only eciiiltoble and co-opetfttlvo liouao tax-nlBhers In Kew Engluad. "Improvement the order of the age." TYPEWRITER. Embodying New Devices and Improvements. VERY DURABLE PERMANENT ALIGNMENT. POWERFUL MANIFOLDER T Jeftoison CooUduo Ool Cochran C H Colburn Kben S Dmpor licorgo A Briiper F J Uutc.lwr aeorgc a o Ernst L A fJorlge Calob OhiiBO Tn- E O Frothlnglinm Cien � D WUoy Abraham Uiilshoaliy J W .lenokus Guest of iM r Jcnokoa Kdwln .lonckcB Henry I' Llppltt Illrnui Kuudall Chiirloa 11 I'ayiiQ William 11 I'oiio Ooorco M Thornton W A Wiilion C ir WrlisliUngton A1) �I'hayer F ]i Hay ,!oBGi)h 0 Hay W iv lUoo \, Anderson ]i 0 "Whoclor liufuB 1' Cireeloy Gardner .S Cuohman Oordon f DobBon o 8 Greonleat J It Carter W C Wrlpbt Ilcnry JI Ijovorlng William II U�nl. WUUain C LOverlng WUlinni n While B L Adams 11 Conant ,1 S Kendall Dr Dunn CnrtlB Oulld, ,Tr Hon A 11 Wentworth la H Clement James FbllUps, or O C Bprngue Jiobort a Gardner OeorgO It Klower George K UUUnga J B BlllhlRB W II Colllna O H llruBd .lolm II Cook W E Coffln Jamee M Chllds     . Lorenzo Maynard W D UracUett M R ISoUes G a Edwards A W Eaton A Footo V M Aniea Kidney CUBhhig C a Olmstead Hon I' W Ureed Hon J 0 lloimett F C Gardner Ooorco 1) Tlbbetts H Id Uourno Frank Klchniond Httiirv E llurnham K IsosB W K llurnham i\ N 1> North J W Towntj K \S bhippeo J o .Swjiot BlAliiOl jHr-.T I u�ft.. lu .ue .:Ai;uiBi"ii     ........... ivntlng mnehlnes, to bo UBOd In their telegraphlo Btir-vice to talce despatchcB dlroot from the wire. THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO., Syracuse, New York. NEW ENGLAND BRANCH, S5 Bctioul St., Boston, Mast. .Scntl for Illuicratod Catalogue. Tenth Aidermanic Convention. Dolejiate/to the tenth aldermanio convention are renueetfid to meet at Itemocrutiu Heudcjuur' torn. 1�� Unttlev, Friday evening, �iov. ao, lit 7.30 u'clo( k, for the purimoe of noialnatlag a caucUdBteforaldenuan. Vor order    * JOHNJ. NAWN,)      BlBtrlct P.WKIOK MAGUIKE.f    Committee. Hon i 0 Burdetto J U Bnllai'd George C llolohor ,1 Al BuBSutt William Carter L F Cnttnr William E Coffln C L Maoonibor A F LawroncQ I' H Corr S L Cuflhman Jolm llouewell, Jr o F Ken(Uill E Androwa clmrlea \v Allen E S KesBf-'udcn JhiJFG Ring W ,1 MoClerman Ijoxler I) Wlntnoy wmiiini M Whitney J'Jl Waldo C 11 Mallun IC Wlleox W H Ciirdhigly Ilenrv G (U'ano Frank r Bennett .StephtMi llolman (luest. of i^lr Holman Homer Hogera O A Oanc ,l0Hhua 11 Iloldon C W llazplton 'William U Uorton Janiea W Inualla Daniel W Allen lion. ItufUB S Frost lion It V Davis W B Green J C Mllno F F Almy*. .fOBepli D Blllno W';BLon K Lewis Francis C Lowell A L Nowman Hon Lyman 1' Goll F W Carpolitor K A OlogUor ,Iame8 U Field W 0 Clmpiuan C II French Franklin KnsUn WUUam B Houghton r W French .lOBOph E FlBke loseph I b Fo: _ _ _ .'rsytli Jacob Brown Hon H G Knight .Sanmel fil Couant W H Forks Goorpe C siearne Hon L T Jelta E a IlaBkell C S Lai:d(U8 C F SnUtli Ge�B. [1]   '   raaf o8� 104 31   

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