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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE-SUNDAY,, OCTOBER 5, 1890-TWENTY-FOUR PAGES. CHOKE AND SMOOTH. Eifle and      Slioots of Sat itrday. Expert Marlisineii Hit BuUscycs at Boston Ranges. Wellington  Trap  Sliots , :. �   > Flying Targets, Break the W-U-Nni. Hill, Oct. 4.-The reptnlar �vreokly slioot of the Miissachnsotts Riilo Assoolation -was hold at its range today, with a good ttttendanco of riflemen, inolud-ins a'large delegation of the Boston Press lilfle Association. The shooting conditions wore, not very good and the scores ran rather low. Next Wednesday the range will he open at 12.30 o'clock for rifle and pistol shooting. Following are tho' best scores made today, distance 200 yards, Standard American target: tllECOllD OI'I'-HAND JIArCK. B. aoveranco.......................... g. U. Enstiunn......................... . M. Hownrd......................... B. C.SydnGy........................... tltKCOni) KKST MATCH. W. T, Thompjon...................... A. H. Ballnrd......................... W.B. Barter............................ tUECOaO PIBTOL match-50 tabds. H. governnoe.......................... W. G. Huasoy......................... � OIIAMriOS ODKIIASD MATCH. H. BeTemncQ.......................... W. O. HnBsoy......................... c'HASirios iiEsr match. W. P. Thompson...................... M.B. Barter.......................... ,    (E)' VIOtOnT MEDAL MATCH. C. H. Eottman.......................... (n)   AlL-OOMKltS' HE6T MATCH. W. F. Tlioinpson....................... K. DanlcU............................ B. WUdor Sl.JJ. " V. W. Barter.,. Choiter. ^. Montgomery. .. Day.. A. iS. Hunt.............................. I. B.Thoma*........................... 1'-. S. HaroUn........................... J. i'renoli.......-----................... GUI................................. {�) ALL-COMKKS' OrF-HAND MATCH. ' J.J. LtntlBay........................... fi. C. Sydney............................ 3). liavley............................. M. T. l)ny.......'...................... A. a. Hunt............................ I.B. Thorana........................... A.KluR............................... M. R. Baiter........................... J. B. Hobbs............................. M, Underwood......................... S. D. Martin........................... (lO OOO-SHOT blT-HAXD TAKDS. H. Severanoo.......................... K. C. Sydney........................... 31. T. Uay............................. A. .S. Hunt............................. .].B. Hobbs............................ (K) PISTOL rnAOTICK MATCH, 50 MATtH. "W. 0. .Tobnston, Jr...................... W.'G. HusBoy.......................... III. 'J'. Day............................. A. O, .Stevens..,....................... S. C. .Sydney........................... A. S. Hunt............................. M. �. Barter............................ (K) MIMTAKT MATCH, 200 YAnD.S. 7B 19 73 67 .104 no �5 SB 81 7i 72 .102 .100 . VS .111 .110 ..107 .10(1 ,.10S . .101 .100 . 07 . 07 . 83 .. 02 . 8B W. C. Johnston, Jr. 600 TAKDS. W. C. JohMton, Jr. 000 YARDS. W. C. Johnston, Jr. .ti r, i i 5-28 i 4 4 4 r)-21 B 4 0 4 6-23 .C 4 S 15 B-24 4 6 6 5 6-24 4 0 4 6 6-23 .4 6 6 6 6-24 4 6 4 4 6-22 B 4 4 4 5-22 tOnly ono entry allowed each week. Only one entry allowed each shoot day. (n) ISe^entrles.   _ BTROWG- THROWET CLAYS. S: Mel s; Inanimate Targets Shot-Punotured at the Traps by Experts. Wellington, Oct. i.-The merchandise match for. October was opened at the ffrounds of the Wellington Gun Club today, the conditions being the same as last niontli, at 20 singles and five pairs. The following scores were made today; Bennett, 27; Bond, 20; Molchcr and Goro, 26; Stone, 241 Bradstreet, 23; Stanton and Dill, 22; Bailey, 20; Porter, 17. The winners in the sweepstake matches follow: [X standardB-Bennett, T>U1 and Gore first. Stone; ehsr and Cotton second, Cowea third. _]x clays-Bennett and Gore first, Mclclim- second. Three pahrs standards-Qore and Bennett lirat, Meloher second. Six standards-Gore first. Stone and 1)111 second, Jlelcher third. Six clavs-Bennett and Goro llrst, Stone second, Dill third. Six standards-Blelchcr first, Cowee second. Three pair alaiidnrds-.Stone ami JllII ilrst, Bennett and Coweo second, ]\Iolcher and (ioro third. Three pair Btandards-JIelcher first, (lore second. Six standards-Melcher and Dill first, Stone second, Dennett Hiird. Six clays-Dill and Goro first, Bennett second, Cowee third. ^ Nine stflndnrds-Melchor and Bennett first, Cowee Bocond, Stone third. Six clays-ISeiinett and Jtelcher first, Dill second, Stone and Gore third. Ten standards, merchandise m.itch-Bennett and Stone first, Bradstreet and Bond second, Gore and Dill third. Ten clays, merchandise match-Goro first, Bennett second, Stone, Dili and Bnlley third. Five pair standards, merehaudlae match-Ilennett, Wclcher and Bond first, Goro and Bradstreet second Stanton tliU-d. ,Slx clays-Stjinton first, Gore, BnUey and Dill sec ond, Bradstreet third. Six standards-Bennett end Bond first, Meloher looond, Stoire and Dill third. Six standards-Bailey, Bond and Bennett first, Coweo second. Six clays-Bennett Ijrst, Goro second. Scores at Long Eange. Malbbn, Oct. 4.-The following scores were made at Bear's Don range this afternoon at 200 yards, oil-hand, out of a possible 26: ,1. C. AUis.............. .. ..22  22 J. C. Snralter. "C. A. Miller.. ..........22 ..........10 ! W. Woottworth............17 At 500 yards the scores were J. c.Allls;..................... C.A. MlUor.................... DK. LANDJS'SOIE.VTIFO CHUJlCn, Bod Moh's Hall, S14 Tremoiit St., Sunday, Oct. B.-Solo alnghiK, 7.80 to H p, m.i lecture at 8, to gentlemen only, snC-Jent, '-Modus OporaiuU oC Dead and Live Food Upon Iholfaonltles and Propensities! or on (he ThlnWnB and Animal Brains." Scats free; go early for seats; crowded hoiiaes ot liilolllgent Kontlonicn attend. For particulars see aiuusciuont coliunn Sunday Globe. , DH. LANmS' aCilKNTIFlU CnUllCIII, licrt Men's Hall, 614 Tremont St., Oct. 5. Free Illustrated "Self Knowledite" lecture to gontlemou only. A goutlomau donated pBOO t. m. Music by the Commonwealth iiuartei. Scats free. All arc invited. Services will oommenoe promptly at above-named hours. ST: JOHN'S sr. E. CHUItCH, Broadway, South Boston-Pastor, Rev. Loula Alijett Banks. 10,30 a. m., address to new members, and communion, 7.30 n. m., "The .Symptoms ot Dry Rot, In Yonng J!on," 'J'lio famous .Sdver Lake quartet of Now Y'ork will sing morning and evening. Strangers welcome. -   . DO .Ntn' FAIL lo attend the South End Holpmg Hand Society inoctmg on Sunday evening, Oct. 6, as there will be a pnWlc Installation ot olllcors for tlw ensuing term, bv the state Reform Club, at ArUng ton Hall, 11MB friishington st. Edward 1'. Lewoy prealdont;CharlosE. 13,Jones, secretary. DUDLEY, STREE'l' BAPTIST OHUItCfl-rhe pastor. Rev. A. H. (lumhart, will preach at 10,30 a.m.: "God's Temple, and What About It;" 7.4B 11. m.; "A Hasket of Summer Fruit," a study ot luitiiro, .Siindiiysclio,/! uL 2,30. Voiing people's meethig al (1.4o. All people welcome. TliEMON'l' STREET 51. E. CHURCH.-I'raver meeting 0.30 a.m.; biiptlsm, reception of members niidcominimlon lit 10.30 a. m.; the jinsti>r> llcv. W N. Brodbeck, will preach at 7.30 p. ni, subject "Hooks and Reading;" .Sabbath school 12.15 p. m. league prayer moctUig 0.30 p. m. JtliO.MFlELD ST. M. ]!. CHURCH, Rev. 0. A Crawford,I'aalor-Love l r8.  Funeral from hor late residence, S8 Meilford st., Jlonday morning at 8,30. Interment at Jialden. High mass at St. Catherine's church. No flowers. DALY.-In South Boston, Oct. 4, Catherine M. I., wife of niomaa E. Daly and only dnnghter of Mrs. Catherine Mallon, -4 yrs. 10 mos.  Funeral from Iicr late resldenoo. No. 72 Tudor St., 'I'ucaday, Oct. 7,. at 8.30 a. m. Solemn lUgh mass of requiem at church of Bossry nt 0 a. m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. DOLAK.-In Jamaica Plain, Oct, 4, Bridget, widow of the late Thomas Dolan,.CO yrs.. Funeral from her late residence, 70 Jamaica st., Slonday, 0th Inst., at S.30 n. m. Friends and relatives respectfully Invited. FENLON.-In Gloucester, Oct. 4, Elonor F. Fonlon of fiomorvlUo.   Bnrlal from St.. Ann's chnreh OIoHcastor, I'nesday, Oct. 7. Friends nnd relatives Invited to attend. HAIITIGAN.-In this city, Oct. 2, Alexander Hartt gan, 20 yrs............. HILTON.-In this city, Oct. S, John Hilton, 8,t yrs, LANO.-In this city, Oct. 3, Lena M., wife of Joseph H. Lang, 48 yrs. LEE,-In this city, Oct: 3, Maggie Leo, SO yrs. MOIR.-In .East Boston, Oct. 4, Miss JlnrgnretM., daughter of William and Janet F. Molr, 2B yrs. 1 mo. 28 ds. Funeral from residence, 38 Princeton St., Jlondny, Oct. 6, at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend wlthoutfurthor notice. St. John, N. B., papers' please copy. MoGRATH.-In Charlestown, Oct. 4, Jlleliael Jto-Grath, 49 yrs. Funeral from residence, No. .44 Chapman St., ChJirlestown, on Monday morning at 10.30 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. MELVIN.-In this city, Oct. 2, Bridget, Avldow ot John aiolvln, Q5 >t3. SHE A.-m South Boston, Oct. 4, Catherine, beloved daughter of DonnlB and the late Catherine Shea, 8 yrs. 4 mos. Funeral from her father's resldenoo, 22 Dove St., Monday, Oct. 0, at 2.30 p. m. nelatlvos and friends respectfully invited to at-tend. SAVAGE.-In Kast Boston, Oct. 4, Joseph, beloved son of Anastaala and the late Patrick Savage, 22 yrs. Funeral from late residence, 404 Saratoga St., Slonday, Oct. 0, S.SO a. m., and at church Star of the Sea at 0 o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. TUCKER.-In RoallDtinlo, Oct. 4, Mrs.   Loidsa Tucker, 70 yrs. 8 mos. SCHAFER.-Iu Boston Highlands, Oct. 2, John Snhafer, 32 jtb. 2 mos. WA'l'ERS. - In llazlowood, Hyde Park, Oct. 3, Nnhey T. S., daughter ot the late Thomas S. and Knncy M. "VVatoVs, formerly of South Boston, aged 41 yrs. 8 mos. 0 ds. Funeral from residence, 20(1 Hyde Park av., Hyde Park, Monday, Oct. 0, at ,2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. WARD.-At his late residence, 07 Brighton st., Oct. 3, Hugh Ward, 77 yrs. Fnnorol Sundny,Oot. B, ut 2 o'clock. Friends Invited. Jvlghfy-thlrd siicclnl miction salo of high-bred, soloet.galled trotting, family and gentlemen's drlv-'ng Jiol-scB from Jfleblgan. to bo sold ^VKD^�ES-D.AY, Oct. 8, at 10.30 o'eiock. The following are all sound and kind, and wUl bn ivarranted iis such until Thursday night, Oct. (1, unless othenvlso slated at time ot sale. '1 hose horses will arrive Monday noon, the iiubllc are Invlied to ealL^exambie, ride behind and lest their qnalltliis at. any Ihne previous lo sale to satisfy yourself that wo can sell yon inero good family iiiiallly and more iin-devolopcd speed for your money than can lie found oil sale In any other stable In Boston. 'I'licse horses will be sold with the aliovo guarantee; also two cur loads of Illinois and Iowa horses, which will arrive (iiesdaj; and IVcdncsdny morning, ndiiiitcri to all kinds of general use. from the heavy dralt down to the driving horse. .Ul yoimg, sound nnd khid, and we have positive orders to sell them without regard to cost, ivitb our usual warrant. F. P. BRUCE, Auctioneer. ; -Vo, 1. Clherry hay mare, 8 years old, stands 16.3 linmls, weighs 1005, sired by Charles, dam by Fred nnllcck; this mare is of cvfraordliiary family nunii. Ilea; also a natural roiiilcr ot 10 miles per hour: can troi a mile very fast, and will please some one looking lor a very fine mare for their own use that wants a very nice one with all these minlltlca, as she is a iroflor and family mare comblnotl. ^"i- '�'vil"/ """'''' "hi, stands 16,3 hands, wclgbs 1075, sired by Uoog's . Lexington Clilef.Jr., ?,^�',','ilr?,"' Waltlnn, 2.24i,,4; Spider, 2.2(11/4; Daisy ,!;','il flrnt dam by a son ot Flsk's 11 n   '----- Chief, ,Ir., 21^        " Sliver Cloud, My T^KIWIS vr. niIU>     CO. 88 Bromflold Bt. Anc(.'ri), On StOKDAY, Oct. 0, nt 10 a. m,, at 73 Pearl at., first, floor, where Bamples of the goods may bo seen, the balance of Messrs. Nloholson, Frost * (Jo. s stock, consisting In part ot library lamps, glass, stand and band lamps, fqiints, ohliniio.Tfl, ten and water sets, pitchers, goblets, tumblers, dishes and howls on and ofV foot, pvoservo plates, ring nnd plain; contcotlonory .tars, all slz.cs; opal globes; etc., etc.; also biirnoraof all kinds i safe, tr.avcUor's trunk, crate trucks, packing casks and baskets, etc., etc.. In all a very desirable lot, and will bo sold without reserve; thoBo'goods will bo sold In lots to suit doalora, d.Su-4t  oo jy a son of Flsk's Ulambrhio 214, aire ot Jlambrlno General, Woodchuek, 2.30 !4Vj; ami 26 Ve; uurmo v.uuiy^-, 2.30; the dams of Myatic, 2.'42.V4; Mlddleway, 2.22, and eight others In i!.30 nnd be"t-ter; (his marc is very kind and gentle for any ono to use; without a blemish or vice; can bo driven by a lady, but she Is aplrltedand full of courage, a natural reader of 10 mllos per hour, and can trot a mile very fast; here Is a very nice mare,- ono very seldom seen for sale In Boston; with No. 1 woulcl make a very fine pair ot trotters and roaders. No. 3. Bay liorso, 5 years old, stands 16.3 hands, weighs 1030, shod by Star King, ho by Hamilton, dam byMIckol; tills horse is a inemlum, rtrst-clnss, flue one for a gontletn:iii driver, all elegant actor, can trotwell and road from 10 to ll miles per hour; he Is simply flhit-ehiss In every particular; for (lualltlcs and nciioii he will please some gentleman looking for a fine horse. No. 4. Browni horse, 5 years old; stands 15.3 hands, weighs 1005. slrod by Burns, Jr., dnm by Eolio; this Is an extra family horse, not afraid of any object, safe and .relliihle under all ciremustances, good driver of' jerson liorso. No. 6. .Bay mare, B years old, stands 1,'S.3 hands, weighs 1040; slredbv Currier, dam by Flying Cloud; she Is very smoolh, round made, sliapoly liattern: can road 12 miles per hour, and please hor ilriver all the thne; she cunlrotfast, and Isslmply a Immense aiiotion salo of lino secoiKl-hand fiiritl-tiue, cav|ief8,plnnofortiiB, etc. The entire enntcnts of tliree (Inoly furulalied riisldcuces, 20 rooms each, I l� Oili-Lost, bull terrier brlndle,,\vlt,h white head; luswers to the name ot Cotty. Return tho same to.rOHN'TAfii;E,No. 421'arkst., Charlostown, and rocelvo reward. It* 6o-Lost; a greyhound pup, about 7 weeks ( return fi lid; 204 Trenton ot., lOiist Boston. D"'"oij-LoBt, Oct. 3, I.:iig" short-haired yellow dog.. Return lo 1 I'.xeter at., Boston; reward and 110 questions. �      J^^" _ ITlOWNn-^ by proving Chela Peai'\ SI.. A Newfoundland dog; owner can b.ivo proiicrty and paying charges.  83 laea. SSu* FE�IAJ marked a.r.U black and Inquire nt :m;; tan found; Tremont at. collar not It' DIMilSSaCAKEK wniiffl work. Union Park at., suite B, 1st fioor. 27 oB SITlfAT.lOlV WAJfTEH by an experienced Swedish cook in first-chias boarding house; also a-Protestant girls, table, chamhorand kitchen work; 2 Kova Scotlft girls for housework; 3 years reference; city or country. 08 Revere St. j,t* WORK wanted by a young woman to go out by Iho day or hour, washing, ironing or cleaning; willing to make herself generally useful; good reference. Call at 87 Village st. �   _It* WA.�1M1N�, Ironing, and house cleaning doiio by tho hour.   Apiily to Mrs. QUINLAN, 8 01oi(ce3terpl.,clty.       _. WASMINO, Ironing or scrubbing wanted by the hour; references If required..Mrs. FISHER, 123 Tyler st. "_It* AGENTS, PARTNERS, ETC. AOWNTS-Male and female, to .irll  perfect, safetv; see ad. In inlficellaneoiis this day; sample 26 eenla.'l'. O. box 1856. Portland, ;Mo.SiirrhS2woB V"(AX'VA(S.S�5IltN-Uiiive the best seller on tho v.) road; llclford's Jlagazlno and set of Irving a or '..... 50c. per month; SAX'r()N,Bclford Eliot's works < begin lerrllory. Company, 22 V. liayiiienta ,l6l    ' iiisy . -.^ Write ,l6llN 1 18th St., Now York HOIWES-Fo'rante, Snije Hewhottwuonrjrt ridge av,. 7 roonia. .good e(;U r,W^-8HC_wa>'�.rf bathtubs In kitchen;this Is a goOdtMngj iiw �y(iatli';t:. Is usually warm In the klteheu, and water.tf d, th v are both requisite for successful bnthliig; good gut-den; 2240 ft. land; near churches, schools,Jtrma, horse curs andst'iam ears; sold onensyttrmo Keys at 44 I'artrldgo ay. Aiiply to HUK \f L ' V i(' RIDGE,5B Ilavover;hduaescan be.icoii.Slloihi-, i,.m. HonsE8-2 hoHSca In .SomerflJIo <,i(9 fiimouB hust dcvelopcr _nevorfnlls; harmless, painless; send slamit for ^artloiUars. B. ALLAN, 2133 Fulton st., Brooklyn; CAKI'ET I.IlVIWft 3e. yard; best flat Irona 4e. lb. Y'oung's crockery, tin and wooden ware store, 1023 Washington St.; open cvenln^B^ KNIGHTS or ,I,ABOK badges by mall 200, 8 for 60c., 87 per hundred. Address D 20 Globe ofBcc. _  _1 WAT.T. !>ArJKlItS,,blanks, 4o. g" �. lOo-j best gilt inonldlnps, 2c.. foot, at WILLIAM MATTHEWS, JR.'S, 147 .Milk St.       dSutf aii7 /-^"�inBAT 'Txip.E SAr.E now going on at 236 \jr Congress st.; new type at half price. budOt* o5 MK,8. It. E. BA'jrES, 742 4lh St., or 64'Tyler st. experienced nurse, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. ALMOKD SOAP FREE. How to reniovo -wrinkles, freckles, tan, moth, phn-plea.otc; trial free al Parlor. Plimaliie; cures women-exiilalned in circular; send 4c. for postag'J. Mini I'INAULT, B3 Teinble pi.; in Lynn, Saturday. It* ""TOILET ARTICLES. ISupci-iluoiiH Malr and otltcr blomlBhcs roniovea without pain by Eloctriclty. I*ovsons WlU cli> well Vo consult tho undersiKUoil, personally or by letter, before BOlnBolBOwhoro. Hit. WBI.I.ES Warren av., near BcrUeley Bt. SuM' WOBTDEKFlf I. WFPECXS-Ladles beautified and Buperfllioiis hair permanently removed by Dr. Young's world renowned toilet proparatliins; Cupid's 'I'ears and Electric fluid | wrinldes, Irccklcs, uU dlaflgurements permanently removed; halt blondod; ladles only In atUindancp; free trial at oui roomB; call or send 2 cent stamp for ch-culor. EUti Toilet Co., 106 Tremont St., room 38, take elevator. Siri�E!t,KEiroU8 IIAIK permanently removed by an Indian preparation; rellab o refe.r-onces given; couBlUtatlon free; by Mrs. W. W. HAD-LEY', 176 Tremont St., Boston, room 46, every Tuesday, Svodnesdny and'Thursday; honrfl, 0 a. hi. to 4 p.m.; postofllco address, 366 Summer St., Lynn, Slass. fintf au'2B SUI'EKFI.iroVS hair permanently removed from the face or arms yi'h?"*'T skin; consultation free. Mme. IN WOOD, 31 Winter St., room 3, up '2 flights. ssii DIt-OPAXIA positively removes superfluous-hair; price SI per bottle; a trial sample inoi drculajsi Bent for 26 cts. DropaxlaMfg. CJo., W-2047, Boston. _1'' MEETINGS. NOTICE. MASTER PLUMBERS' ASSOCIATION BOSTON AND VICINITY. Members will meet In Shemion House, Court sq on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Oct. 5, to take -� tlon on (feath of late Vice-President Jeremlali Cronin. Per order T ..... ..... to take ac, " F TUl'E, President.     SSir parlors, ;il Commi door off 'i'remont si. itC, IhiB evening, at 7.30; filth M. E. JOHNSON igul 7.30. Circle i lUi II. -M-VCKESZli; .....ilay i-VL-iiing, :il 7.;iO- Ilighls.' MRS 'Vt-lilu pi:tkii will hold a test circle this iltciuo.in, 2.30; 41 Winter will lu.ld a clr I:)!.", Wiisluu :ie for tests, ;tou St., Iw-o MABHIAGE INTEMTIONS. Cluri Clmi: Alexaudc Gustal \ ('i-'h-IihI-'n: c 11. I'll:-E. Frj-e, :Ui-U-a I'ltlili,; 211; , mill  Mlna Andrcseii, and ('iifbnrliie E. Clulr and Alice E. Pleasance, 30; u, 28. end HughcnaMcDonald, 27; W, and Anna ItondoU, 28; Cliorles 3-1, Irving, 25, and Llr.zle A. Gosselt, 20; I'ntqaalo Guerriero, 40, and M-irtn c. PelUer, 81. IVTASSACIIUSETTS I>onOB, No. 1,1, p. i�i O. F.-Mcmbers are requested to meet ut Odd Follows' Hall, 615 5'remont si., Wednesday, Oct. 8. 1800, at 8 o'clock li. in., dvcBsed In dark clothing and black derbv hats, for the purpose ol partlcliiat-Inghi tho ceronionloB nlteudliig the laying of the corner-stone of the Odd Fellows' Home at W'orccB-ter, Musfl.  All brothers of the order arc Invited to arado -ivlth us.  Train leaves B. A A. depot at 0.05 . m.   WM. II. FAUNCE, Sec.   WILLIAM  1: ,ONG, N. G. CHIROPODISTS. EASY PEET-Dr, specialist (60 .vears In N. KENISON, tho fi ^ ,,^________,__...... ... Ilie busliicsa), jiersonally tretttaaU troubles of the feet without pain; la at his parlors, 68 Winter St., first (loor from Iremontst., from 7 a. m. to 0 p. m.; also at his rooms, 87 Iremontst., from 0 to fi evenings; oiien Sundays at 37 Tremont �t._frorn 8 a. imio 0 p.m. dSutf jy30 ORIV'SI COkSsi SITKB^KE�iEF-Dr WHITING, chlroiKidlst, 182 Tremont st.; corns bunions and Ingrowing nails trcat*d -vv thout [lahi the method Is Inf"lllldc; SundiiyB, 10 to i nd .reliable under all clreuiuBtances, gooci of 10 miles per hour, nnd will nlonao soino looking tor an extra good quality family 15y X., B. ABBOTT, Auotlonoor. Oflloo, 142 DutUoy St. i; -i'ory^d'co flnTsiied;'flrst-class'inaroTii"evOry particular; sho will please somo pei-son looking for a nice one to keep for road -ivork.' No. 0. Cherry bay liorso, 6 years old, stands 1B.3 hands, -weighs 112(); sired by Commander, dnm' by Regulator; tills is a line shaped horse, with lotsot action, nnd ii flrst-class reader of 10 mlloB per hour; bos extra qiiiillties, and Is a very nice gentleman's liorse ill every iMrticiilar; -ivhoever iiiirchases this one -ivill buy one that will surely plonso them.   , No. 7. Bay mate, 6 years old, stands 16.3 hands, weighs 1006; sired by Burns, ,ir., dam by Vimtler hilt; this Is a very brofidv looking mare, afraid of nothing, can i-ond 10 miles per Hour andean stei) well; a lady can drive her any place; she will surely please soiiio person looking for a good reliable family No'.'s. Cherrv bay horee, 6 vears old, stands 16.3 hands, weighs 107(11 sired by Bay Mlildlctou, dam by (Iroonwood; this Is a round-made, IilRh kuec-act-Ing road horso, can step extra well and hitch lo suit any gentleman looking for a very nlco-stylcd one of extra quality; In this one you find a -very desh-able horso fo-keep for road worlt. No. 0- Dark Bled gray horse, B years old, stanils IB.OVe Iwnds, weighs 1675; aired by Banker Rolh-chllds, diun by Eogiilla; this is a flue foolcor, can trot well, afraid of nothing, perfectly reliable and a good reader of 10 miles per hour; will aidt some porsor looking tor a flrst-olass family horse. N'o. 10 am) n, J'nlr uliestiiiit horses, 0 and 7 yoora lid, stand 15.21/;; hands, weigh 2160; sh-cd by Hamblctonlan George, dam by Black Eagle; tills Is a very lino pah-of i-oadsiers of 10 miles per hour, safe and reliable under all clreumstanecs, and a tamUy team In overy particular; good single as well as double, and safe for a Indy to drive, and If you asklhem they can trot very lust; liore la a palroC horses that the duplicate of will aoldoni be foiiml In Boston; please call and examine iilii! ride hohlnd tho palf, :ia wo.kno.w they will iilease. some peraoi lookiuB for a flue team with these quiilltlea. No. 12. Bl-owu bay lioi-ae, 5 years olil, slands 16 haiids, w-elgha 1050; sli-ccl by Vaiiderhllt, dam by Kentucky Whip; this la a brcedy lookhig, nice act-Ing road horae of.10 miles iicrhour; very natural, easy galtcd; ono that will please some person look, Ing for a flrst-dnss roader. No. 13. Bay liorso, 7 .\-uai-s old. eimAs 16.2 bauds, weighs 1035; sired bv Shelbv's Hambleioiilan, he bv JJambk'tOTilan No. 10, dum' by Nlnii Beach, she bv Omiy's Cimmnion,-she by.Soobyis-Cliampion, full brother to Ntiin K., with a 4-yeai--old record ot 2.301/4,; Nina Beach was a fast jiachig marc: this horae Tins been driven by a lady, sate and rcllalilo under all circumstances, can road 10 miles pei-liour, and will jileaso some person looking tor a, very ox-traordhmry nice driver. No. 14. Golden chestnut horse, 5 years old, stands 15.31/2 hands, weighs 1076; alicd by BUlv Gllhert, he bylouls Napoleon, dam by Golden Dawn, he by Sfnmbriiio Chief, 2d dam bv fiay.Mlddlotim, 3d dam by Frank Moscow, 4th dam Vlelor, 61h dam Imported Ulessenger; this horse la a beautiful one and can trot tiist; wo consider bliii a very promising gulled one to make a very fast horso; here Is one you want to )iay iiartleular nttentlou to, as he wUlsurely be a fast ono if he Is property handled; Is very kind, reliable road liorae for anv one to use; this Is a priie for some or No. 16. Bay horse, 8 years old, slands 1,6.2 ham weighs 1040; aired by irainletto, ihun hy .Su'ceiioy'a Star; this Is a good-galterl, extra fiiiiiUy lioise, can trot well and roud 10 miles per hour, a round, full-shaped pattern ot the Morgan type; ho win lileoso some geiilleiiiaii looking lor durability and famUy No. 10. Cherry bay mare, 5 years old, slands IB.iyahapdE, weighs 1025; sired by Joe Barker, diimbyTi-oiihy; this Is a very traujiy-Kaltcd, nico driver, safe for any lady, can act Jusi, rltHit mid Irot well, can rond 10 miles per hour, safe and reliable uiidor nil circumstances; she will iiteiiso aomo peraon looking for ono that will road 20 miles In two liours. No. 17. Bay mare, 4 years old, stlinda 15,3 hands, weighs 1070; sired by Modoc Chief, dam by Notalile; this is an extraordinary faiiUly iiiiiro, not afraid of steam cars or other objecta, la ;i reader of 10 miles jier hour, c-in trot very fust tor a green oi and will make one of the very best hor.si."a any per son win pm-chaso at this sale; la aouiid.Ulud and gch No. 18. Chestnut horse, S years old, stands 15.2 hands, welu'lis lOtJO; sired by .Iniiies (;,, lie liy I Iloblnaon, dam by Hainlilctonlaii Gift; this la a very Hue Ihiish, extra made liatlern, a groat luico actor, and 11 natural roiulcr ot 10 miles per hour; som.: person will pm-ehase In this one a nice ono for his own UBO. No. 10. Brown bay horae, 5 years old, stands 15 _ bauds, weighs 1060; sired by Vaiiderhllt, dam bv Kentucky Whip; tills is a nice acting horse, with family qualities, a very prompt, dioi-rtul loailer of 10 miles per hour; tbia one with No. 11 make a nt pair of horaes for gentlemen's roud work. No.20. Brown borse,7 ycarso|d,8lnnd8l6.2hnnd8 weighs 1060; tliis horse is all accUmaled, hiivinp been used by a gentleman for his own private liimlly use; the past tliree months his wlfo and ohIWreii have driven him night nnil day, any spot or iiiuce, he stands In the Blrcet without hllchlng, iierfccl lu every rcsiiect, and afraid of no bijjcct; he la or tt Morgan type, and a roadcr ot 0 inlles per hour; n person can pnrclmse a better family horse Ibau this one; he Is perfectly rlsht. Sud-lt o6 Mortgagee sale, on JtONDAT, Oct. 0, commencing at 0 ii. m,, on the premises, will bo sold at iiuliUc nudloii a tidl lino of grocorlci and llxtures, in llie newly fitted store. No. H07 Tremont at., Itoxbury, consisting of sugar, tea, oofi'eo, molasaes. syrup, vlncKar, oil, spices of all kinds, bottled and cauncil goods of every ilcseriptlon, ooiinters, sJiclvlng. show cases, oil tank, ofllce, ooft'ee mill, bins, tubs, tea cans, 11 new Chase butter refrigerator wltli oval glass front, cheese, case; also 1 horso, wagon, luiruess, Wnnkols, pimg and slelgli, counter and platform scales; salo iiosltlvo, rain or shine; tho horse, waeon mid harness will be add promptly at 1 o'clock; goods to be removed on day of sale. dSuet o2 Executor's sale on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 8, 1800, at 2 p. m. on the premises, will bo sold at auction, the estate No. ib Orchard St., Boston lllchlandsl -V2-story frame dwolllug house of IS^^rooihs, with L" OS'I'-Sundav evening, Sept. 23, In or near Lander's i-eatiiui-ant, Court St., lady's pockelbook, ailaliilug over (S35,kcy, siiccfacles, (lapors. Flhiler will CRAIG, rewarded 'liy 63 Temple St., L' �"oiT-A'�imallpuV; and a collatcrnl lo:i owner; liberal reward. returning siiiVio' to 3Irs. L. illty.  It* e containing a note for gilO n ticket of no use except to Address R 80, Globe oftlce. lilt St., near West, a lady's cliate-bag.  1'lie Under will lie rownrdod by lenv-goods 8tore,145 Tremont at.lt* with iianin; Please return to 123 .Kllot st. LOSJ'H'-Oii Trei hilnn bag. I'll tng at STATE'S fair I"oil^^Pug 'dog, X Please return to I" > �SfE'FYtV����^To6h , coiitaliiliiga aiiiii of money oil llic US, at South End. and bo rewarded. a pocketbook _    . , ... ..   B..tM. R. R. 6.10 train. Finder will bo suitably rewarded -by leaving It at the advertising desk, (ilobe otllcc. .U* C!TO]rjEJ th of about 55 feet; tho sale of tlUs property so near W^aslilngton st. ofi'ers a good opportunity tij purchase for Investment or bushiess and rosltlcnco combined; g200 deposit and other terms at sale. J. H. MULLANla, TlloWAS CASEY, guardliins. ____ dSuflt o2 Guardians' sale; Brighton, ward 2B; 2V.-Btory dwelUng-house, with sioro, sl-able and sheds luul about 1(1,043 square feet of land, Nos. ;j77 and ,'i7l) Market st., near Washlngtou at; on TUESDAY, Oct. 7, at 4 o'clock p. m., on tho preiniscs, will be sold nt public auction, by order of guardians, this well-located [irofierty for business and ,Uvelling jiur-Iioses; the house has a large store, I) rooms, liath-i-ooni, furnace, etc., In (mod repair; the stalilo has ,'! BtallB and large shod: the cstiitu moiiaui-es 72 feet on Mai-kotflt.,Ii:ivluR a depth of about 224 feet; g;j0!i deposit, and other lorius at the sale. J. fh Hftri LANE,'THOS. CASEY, guardians.       dSuIlt o2 By P. W." ItYMESt .t SON. Real Estate Auctioneers, No. 8 Boylston .Building, cor. of Washington and Boylston sts., Boston. 136,000 BO. foot of land on Western av., opp. Ever ott st,, Brighton, ^vIU he sold hv jnibllo .iiictlon, on tho prcmlBOS, on 'THURSDAY, (let. 0, 1800, at 4 o'clock p. m. Tills land has a frontage of alioiit 247 feet on western av., opposite the cordage works of Sewal] fi Day Comiiany, and Is still able for the erection of manufactories, or for moderate-cost dwelt Ings: S500 to be paid at sale; other iiartlculars of tlif auctloneerfi. dSuIs o2 Trustee's sale of desirable estate for investment Nos, 700 East nth St., between O and P sts,, .Soiill! BoflUm: ot public auction on the iiremlai'ss, oi: TUESDAY, Oct. 7th, 1800, at 12.30 o'clock Ji. m. this estate Is situated very near tlie IVilirlne Park, antl the present reiirUnc Is nearlv on the line of (bo proposed new hoidevard, as hild out by the park cum-mlssloiiers; It bos a frontage of 51 Icet on East (Hli Bt., and extends about 250 feet fo East 7th St.. and contains about 12,750 square feet of bind, with old buildings thereon; being in cltise proximity to prcat public improvements, which will gre:itly increase IheTalueof this laud, this sale affords iiii excclh'ut oppoj-fiijilly for Jnveslincnt; )?300 to be jinld at b:i1i other particulars of the iiiictioneera.      dSiita o4 By  It.  J.   STItOSfOE  A'.  CO., Real Estate Agents and .-Vuctioiieers. 23 Court st. Boston, and RosUnduIe, .Mass. Administrator's sale of real estate; -will be sold by public auction, THURSDAY, Oct. 0, IHOO, at 4.30 o'clock p. ni., on the premises; will bo Bold wiflioiil reserve, ridn or shine, the estate of Loianln E. Shaw on Aiiawall av., Cciilriil station, West Roxhuiy ward 23; house Iicb 11 rooms, bath, set-tubs, riiiigc inmiun:, etc.; a good cbiiiicc to secure alionie cheap; lot has a froiitage of 100 feet, and conlalns 0000 square feet, room enough to build another liiiiisi Central station oiilv (tVy miles out on the West Ro burv branch Providence division O. C.R. R.; take 3.46 train from Park sq.; terms, glOO at (lincol sab'. Further partleiihirs can be obtained from auclloncers. s28 o5 0 7 8 0 It* JpREE.I6EAi>i^5^MAT'I'E.U---If .VOU _ . iidecl'lcrl what na; yonr aildrcB'i with 10c your luitiie lo i.ubllsbc will fif-nd yoti m/ig.-iKii B �-i-lplioii In abundance; '�illt milKe .d 11 (Uiuc; It r'suiis: try It; subscrll our jirlce. H Bodt.iu, .Mass, �8 \^l subscribe for. send us silver, and w-e will forward �sail over lilt, country-, who I'S ami iiaiit-rs of every de-ll Is till'licBt tiiveBliiii-iit you vlll vlcld lai-,t Aie,TTVKIt wanted . interest in light. fliuinintc leforo Im per isllilg. ivllh f?12B cash for half , ......, pi-ofllnble business; can vcck': Irllil given at Iho business Address R flS, Globe oBlce. It* MALE  HELP WANTED. Y n-anted nt 83 Elm St., Boston. It* ted that can also repair .   nd make blmaolt: useful around the stortii.  Address, with reference, C, box 5260, Boston, Jtnss. It* CLOCK repairer jewelry ABAItOAIW-The Bosworth House, 14, Los-, worth St., 17 rooms coniiJletely fnrnbhcd; w-cU the year round; circumstances compel saic in-fore Tuesday morning; 8125,000 buys It.  Ap|ily on 1-iremlaes, su.^r' Bir'smE.SS MAJVA�EII wanted: first-travelling show; loan of 860 requlreil; � '.'hiss ,   etcr- .;.,ccs Klveii; noboniis; norl.sk; season (intl.-c yii,lr; our 32d season; the salaries auirtImmediately. Man-ngcr, 74 (..'an-er st. It* C1I�AIR, tobacco store J lionery, soda fountain. laundry, papers, confec-07 Charles St.      It* CAllI-ENTEU wanted, llosworth St. first-class man, at 13 It* CAU3STAC�E PAINTEie wanted; 1 atrluor, 2 second bands. Apply at paint shop, cor. Mom and Uroadway, (.iiiinbrldgoport. _It* I]\xi*KItiK'KCi!itt Jiiiirncyman tailor wanted It to work on Indies' work, '  ^'        " iau, 4th floor.,    L. P. HOLL-VN (Vpply to Mr. ;DEB.t( gK-nANIO.BpYS wanted. JOS.W TUN, 102 High St. , IIAMIL It* AEIIMM-Lost, yellow . _ ... cloUilnK ami otht doiiot, B. .i 51. i-alli-t lUievar reward for recovery, JOHNSON, Denver, Col, alligator vuUao, colltaln-crsiiual property, at Eiist-, t^aiiscwav st,, Aug. 10; Addrras r.EWlS B. Stiditt* ofl WATCm-Lost, Oct, 1. between W. and Berwick pk., lady's gold watch; movement. Finder -will bo siiltiilily rewi tliriilug tho same at 182 W. Ciiiiloii St. Canton at. Ella Long rdcd by roll* J,~ 11;,EWA11E,1> for return ot largo gray inig dog to 28 llolllB at. It* By a. Comblnallou Ai..................., . _.   . st, and 154 and 150 Cunul at,, near Lowell, Eastern and Fltchburg depots, Boston, headquarters for sale horses 111 New Englaml; ucconimodii-(lons for 300 horses; auction sales every Wodnesilay and Saturday at 10 a.m.; horses ot all gradu� ooustantly on hand at private sale. Regular auction sale, -WEDNESDAY, Oct. 8, at 10 a. m., 5 carloads or 100 head of yonng, sound, AVcstern horses, from Ohio, Illinois, lowii, and Indiana, comprising heavy team, express, farm, tatuUv, horse railroad and general busluess blocks, varvliig III -weights from 1000 to 1500 lbs. each;�titong()iem sonio extra line carriage and road horses, in matched pairs and aliigle drivers, nil well broken to single or diniblo harness; each and overy horso will be sold to the Iilghest bidder, without rcsorve or hmlt wluilso-evcr; fiiitlifuUy described and warranted as reiiro-senicd, or no sale; trial allowed until 'riiursday nlglit, Oct. 9. J. FRANK PIOKE'IT, Auctioneer. Sud-lt 05 By WEEOBlt A ItAEI., IBB ami 157 Portland St., bliio front sales stable, near Lowell and Eastern depots. Auction sales every Wetliicstliiy and Saturda,v. Geiiurnl ns-sorthient coiist.'intly on hand for private sales. Regular unction sale WEDNESDAY, Oct. 8, at 10 a. III., of (iO hi-'iKl or ,') ciii-)iMd�ofyoiin,g, Bound homes, direct fnim Iowa, Illinois iiliil Indlaimi com-rtrlsliig ll peucriil asKortment ot heavy draugllt, cx-liresa, slit'ict car, farm, family, driving and goiicnil imrnosc horses, lu matchcil piili-B iind single, varying In weight from 1000 to 1�0() lbs,, and as in our previous sales, each and every horse will ho strictly sold to tho hlcliost bidder, without regard to cost, fallh-f idly described and hoiieatly rcproBcnted or money rcliinded; trial allowed until Thuradfly niglit, at 4 p. m.; aucllon Bales made In any part ot tlio State. LYMAN T. ilAYNARD, Auctioneer. _Sud-lt o5 Ky 8. It. lOflOIITB ..t CO. Sale of large brick tenement house, Noa. 20 and 28 Alliens at.. South Boston; the biiUdmg has rccctuly been put In complete repair. Including new root and lire escapes, iB divided Into 14 tenomciits of 3 and 4 roonia each, unusual conveniences, light and air on all 8ldes;,thlBl8 undoubted ono ot the best pieces ot tenement house lu-onerty In this flection of tho city, luu-liig been built aiifl coiivenlontly arranged for this purpose; always routed to good tenants; tholotol land has an area of about 2021 square foot; will bo sold by public auction, on tho preinlaes.SATURI lAY , Oct. .t, at 3 o'clock p. m.; terms, all cash or iiurl on mortgage us may bo desired; iii300 to bo iiitid In iiiisli at time and idaco ot sale._dSilSt B27 By Jj. FOSTEIt SIOKSE, Auotlouoor. Oflloo, 68 Warren at. Telephone connection. Bunk auction sale ot Mio desirable estate 026 Warren at., next to corner Crawford St. (ward 21), on 'I'HURSDA Y, Oct. 0, nf 4 o'clock p, m., on tlio iircmisea; tlie estate coiialsis ot thrcc-story In-iclc iioiise wltii large plai;/,a,,^bny windows front and side, 12 rooms besides bath, 4 rooms first floor, tinlshod lu hard wood; house has modern liniirove-meiits, about 7000 square feet hind, or "�' ' some good hliade trcca; the location ot t good, iileasaiit and dcBlrable and the no first cluBs; jJSOO required at sale; terms ca; which aril lis estate is gliborhootl By �n�EO]V BECK cfc SON, Auctloneci-B and a]ipi-alBcis, 41 and 43 Eliot st. (betwooii A\'ii8liliigtoii iiiid Tremont stfl.); regular sales of fm-iilture and general liiercbaiidlso every AVcdiiesdiiy and Saturday; sitfcliil anil trade Bales arranged fur on days specified. Sales for the week at salesroom. On WEDNESDAY, at 10 o'clock, a. in., peri library and chiimlier furiiltnro, Woodwiird A; Bro ]>liuioforte, carjiots, etc. On SATURDAY, at 10 o'clock, regular sale of furniture; also lino ne^v iiiirlor sets. Siid4t iny^^ larlor, By I*. It. COitBE'-I'T, Auetlouoor, 880 Broadway, South Boston. South Boston, TUESDAY', Oct. 7, at 4 p. m;, on premises, sale of SVs story frame dwclJliig-hou,ioaji(l lot 171 C Bt,, near 4th st,; bouse slands alouti, contains 0 rooms, for 1 family; woikliigiiicn 01- others seeking a neat, niodorate-iu-lcod home should attend this sale; terms atsale; plOO to ho )iald at sale. dSult 04 ily SWAN A, A'rWO<�l�, Auctioneers, 27 Scliocl Bt. Will bo Bold at public auction, TUESD.\Y', Oct. 7, at 10 o'clock a. 111., llverv sUibleof N. S.-Vlwood, Stoughton, Mass., consisting of 30 horses, 20 Ciir-riagcB, 40 sets harness, whips, robes, and bbnikels; a good cliniicc to purcliasc.__SiuM* SCHOOLS, COLLEGES,  ETC. �Starled and training for voice, litiiiy and mlud. Special cluBscs (day ami evening) lu vocal training, speaking, huriiioiilc, gymussllca, Sliiike-sitenre. Brownlm:. etc. Opens Oct. 0. Wrilii or call, 0 to 1, S. S. CURRY, Freeman iil., Helicon 8t. SuTTbS6t 06 I,, jiwKIA'W'TcllaiileslKirUiaiiii si-hooi and busluess agency, 11(1 'Tremont st.;pri-...tc and easy liistruclloii; free trial: bi-foie witst: Ing time and liioncy In chtsSes or worthless systems, cull and Interview students who have tried them. SSu* SCHOOI. OF BXI'ItENSIOX-leads Ihe newel.ocullon, -   ' w. SnOR'TllTJS.Kn, etc., lit Ilie liostt ivppwrltliig, bf ll Coinuicrt:l:il d lokkeeplug. C'oiniiicrclal College, (131) H'asldn'glon si., corner Boylston St.; day or evening; call oi- send for circular^___dSuOt* o2 HOME liiid private-school Instruction for ciilld-reil: always hap]iy; rapid advancement-  i'.ox 2U7, Deilhoni, JIass. __" Su* TTICKOX'S SIIOUTJIANB SCilOOI. XX 120 Trenio nt Bt.; Bend for fall prtisiwctuB. 'SulOf WINES, LIQUORS, ETC. CAI-IPOniVIA WINES gclica, calairba,^! pergalloi: ol wines and llqiiois l-rlcellsl,  C. W. 11. ; si., Boston. f Bt 1�AI.Y      CO.-Imr wines, gliis end Itntiidlc.' lion; itriee list; Obi ( Slteri-y, port, an-, a fli-Bt-class stock .Jiistautlv on band; st-utl ftir ,\NB0KS', 31 Norlh .'ihirkct dSut f _o3 in triers and lietiler--^ 7110 Woflblin;!--' whlBl;. gal.,Fl P :^1 )ier bo i.ollle; lb � bt illle; lleniiUa...... 1"; l-ii,nll'trrye. �'2,50 per gal iilil" dltttllled  lltiiirlxtil. F2 pel lUue Grllt,.-! lt.\-t: or lltilirlnti: (dl per gal,, )?i tier (luiirl; Cttl- ulut Kill .5(1 per er gitl., 5(-. Itfi 5(le, Ibtllt.u ,1 :;:il. MATRiriflONIAL. at K JXK%VA.Mn to any fioi-.son rcturuliig lo Op.lLO John Roblo, at lierdlc stables, r,i-aulle at.. South Bo8ton,'Biiiall pug dog, white 8p.ot on breast, cataract lu one eye. 11* MARKI.tVOE pill "pcr3oiitil"_(mdjiHr from jtoOO to 131 di-cBS the Ijlobe, .Vltoimii r cinlalnlun cohmins itl icll!;il.i of Boeiety llmt;iayt narrtuge, inlilltiil fiec. Ail-I'plill, SuHf  Sl4 inatninonlal itaper, 10c, 1 unuislng correspoudenlfiBCciii-cd. Address P. O. box'262P, Boston, Mass. dS'.i20l* 03 �'^EBDINtS   BEI^I.f BICYCLES, TRICYCLES, ETC. In second-hand Safetloa, ordinaries and tricycles: all uiachluoB thoroughly overhauled and put In good rojialr; no defective bearings or bciit iiarts being allowed to go out; a flue chance to Gociiro lUgh-grade wheels at fair prices. Popo Mfg. Co., 77 Franklin St., Boston. SllWtr ap28 "1 OOA VICXOlt SAFETY BICTCtE XO V/ for flftle; has been run but a few miles; In perfect condlttlou. Apiily to L. E. FLETOHEU ,t CO., 70 BoylBtoii St., Boston. It' W. STAIil.,. 6011 'rremout at.; down town , . . branch; 30 CoriiblU; aafcty bicycles; anil all agea and .cither aiix; new and aecoud-hiind; greoteat variety In the oily; store closes at 0 p, m. dSiiir jyl3 S'' pitiivopiEi.'ip^ rv, Sie; tandem tricyelo, j;-40; Singer safety, �70, FAlililANKS, SANlSOltN     CO,, 146 Columbus av., agents for tho Cotford and other premier wheels. ,nb, every doacrlptlou ot alotlcrt, etc.; also now and li-l'iand� wheels for salo and to let.   FRED DL'DLEY, 132 Charles st, Sud7t�  o5 WAN'ra.!� - For bicycles, trlcyclet I^KEWCH clerk wanted, of several years' ex-? pcrluiico, tor the dress goods department; one wlio can lalk good Eligllsli; bring reteronco. Apply 13 Kingston St., botwcon 0 and 11 n. in., Tiieada}-, Oct. 7. Sum* FJ.IC.ST-CI^ASM custom coatmakcr, to work by th.e week, at ALLAND llROS., 3 Parle st.   SuM* FiR.S'INC.J.A61N hair' maltreas maker wanted nt once. A. W. WHEELER * 00.,(I3 Hanoverst. G�tOIl� journeyman I " to C. P. DOZOlS, II' 'man tailor wanted at olico. liifltoli, Jlaas. GENTI.ESIEN who atnu-eclate stylish halr-c.iittlng and beard irlmmfiig. also tho "poiiipa-doiir" Btvlc lu jmrtlctlbir, can have It done satlalac-torllv at'ALLAND BUOS., 10 I'remout low, opp. Brattle St. It* iOIirtiEIS, . SAFETY-for salo, 1880 patUiril O as ,^ worth Sl35; will B�U for 806. .'f .-Ipplctort St., city. Ideal Plating ^(;o.. TTJATWItir.E,!*, SA.EE'3?'5f, lady or gentleman IVcan i-ldu; bbU for ffsi. DUDLKY, 132 Charles St. It* SAFETIES for rent by day, -iveek or mouth, at fflO and j(12 per month. Alter 0 p. m., 20 Michigan iiv. SSu* V ]!IIir;YCI,,E WAIVXE�-8cooud '   1800 pattern.   W^^^Or iO hand Singer preferred IAWir.S and gouts'Columbia Bafety;coatSl3l . i win sell tor 8100.   WILSON BROS.. 0 Haiio- dSutt BS.tni'or.E-l''or sale, a 62-!n. Eagle blcyi thill year, good riinulng -order; |?116. SAWVKit, LIttfeton, N. H. lie, now t. B, KUMBEIt, TUICYOI..M for lady or geulle. man, flrst-obisa condlUon, 81,45. DUllLEY, 13'J Charles at. It* WOEEItDNA SAFETY, j?86; now 805 j ball around. never run; coat DUDLEY, 132 It' BICYCLES �885   � _____.....from 28 Inch to 00, prices JI5 to DUDLEY, 132 Charles St. lt SA1X __________   _______. 1^ sale cliciip,  Address 11 66, Globe ofllce. PSYiBliiro SAFETY, fin-lady or gentleman; cost 8140, Bdl 8100. DUDLEY, 132 Charles st. R<�YA,I.. ISINOEJt, gc*d ns new; coat gliO sell lor 805.  DUDLEY, 132 CliarlcB st.    It* WKITK FJLYEIR, good as new; sell lorjjie.  DUDLEY, 132 Cliarlr 30ot 8186 i i Bt.   It* WATf TEB-A 62 or 64 in. bicycle in excliaiigo for a safety. 2(1 i\Ilchlgan nv., DorchoBter.SSii* DOCS, PUPS, ETC. BI.OOB WII.E TEr,I..-I have for sale a litter of round lieadert. screw uiilcd, bull terrier imps; they arc full iK-dlf^rnad nnd embrace Hie leading strains ot the day. Ul IAULES A. llOLill l';s, Soiiicrvllle, Mass. It* DO�tor aalo;8iilel thorougiibrod.   j liiirchcstor, Miias^______ DOnp3 always im hand for Babj. 77 Chiitl-wlek Bt. If MUSIC. IllK' AXtffO, nmndcjUii and guitar Icbr' nfvlnuil^K .V- CoU' fi'itt linpcrlnl lianitJ fii-Ulnj; ai t'liouijli HultU tilt! KNrtrln biiHJu. kliiK ot" all. A, (.'. rAIKUASKS .b CO., 178 TjoiaouL at., 3-ir 11- !l by Lansing, as itbiy of New York and Hdstoli; a dt for sale by all lillislc dealer �Wusblliglon ot. 'for .by Get plan......... 11 the favorite biimls dded lilt; price 35c.; .  S. W. BLAIR, 208 DBUMMEKN, )olu lh,t original .-Vliilia dr Willi piirtlculai-s, H 05, Glol flfei-8 and cornetlBis a corps-tllce. wauled to Adtli-css, If MUSICIANS on all liiBtrumcnlB to fill up or-cliestrii; rebcarBala 'Tueaduy evenings. Address F 1)U, Globe offlc I^'I-.IITE, iilcctiln InBl genuine Albrcgbt flute ictlon; 500. per ICbStiu anted. JOHNSTON, 70! It* ANO EESSONS-TerniB reasoiialile.   C IHO TreiiionI Bt,, room 13. Siid7t ( TflOI.INwllibe > (tf the P.ostou S.s taught by niihoiiy (*lr KUEHN, mt t-strti. 7 Meirt MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ( .' ft(l5, ill JdiJ Tr ilVIlNE, Or>f> w, t HO:V'M 7- tiil st,. room 13, cliive iilm .Mrs, 1\ .,1, III.BCIET .lanitor, 415 Ci Sum* WANTED. _ _    _       remoinberlhntour reputation a liall'-cutlera haabeim establlalied 8 years, bo-tore we coiiiiiieuced lo udvertlBc.   .VLL.VND BROS., 10 Trcinimi; row; hulr-culthig a atiocliilty.       It* (- - nttlletl. -While or veiiow dnhha bulbs; any N., Arlington,-M'iss, ll \\rCNCH,ESTEK repeating Bliotgiin wanted to \V buv: imiat be In good itrder. Apply to GEO. ^V. HILL, 280 Congress et., Bosttju. It' G   OKEOKIC wanted;  good workman aiiplv at Flrlh's Art Store, at 7 a. m., - Monday sm-o.P. fr.M. FIRTH, 13 Mcrblliin_8t^,J5aat Bos^n JOtY^FliESlM 'FEliriEks wanted". SIMONDS ,t CO., 47 Franklin at. C. H, It* I' IVE SI AN wanted acqnalutcd with the flah J and ovstor liiuiluoss to solicit and take orders and uiuku hluiaelt uacful. K 83, Globe ofllco. _lt<^ vnntcd to toko charge of lunch 111. Aiiply 10 Portland H. IV �ra,rAN ami wlfo Hi and dluliig roi NOTK'JE-We claim lo be the orlglnatora ot the present style of "pompadour" hiilr-cuttlng In tills country. ALLAND Bltf).S., 1� Tre.lnout row, opp. Brattle st; hiilr-cuttlug un exclualve Bpeclolty. miNNMITH and a girl wanted to attend store .1 In Newtonvllle. C. N. ALLEN A CO, It* and WANTEB, a good paint ll man who understands both ready for work. " vlUo Centre. laiicr-hunger ...^ _______ .rades; come S. ^y. W., 44 Purtrhlgo av.. Some It D"""lNIN� itoOM nnd kitchen to let, with, boarders. South End. Address XA.Gtobc ofllce. I"Y6jt. SAI-,E-On Cheater bo., flrst-elass lod.glug-' ^ hoiiflc ot 17 rooms; very low rent; htfxse nnd furnlturoln fine condition, for- further particulars ilppiv to F. m. LEARNED, C7.iV3 Tremont, co:-. Newton at. __1^- I:;iirieNISSIE� lodging-houses on Hancock, �'Temple, Bou-doln, Bulflnch. -Myrtle, I'lnkncy, StauKord, Green, Chambers, Chandler, Appleton, .Alllford, Hanson, Dwlght, Dartmouth, Tremont, Washington, Upton, Brookllnc sts., Columbus, Shaw-iniit, .Harrison avs., Worcester and Ches.ccr sqs.; also' 10 boarillng-hoiiaes for sale; low prices and easy terms; please to call before buying. E. S. -WOLFli. A CO., 00 Court St., room 4, cor. Hanover st. SudSt* oB ITHJUtNISMEW LOBOING-MOySE, 23 ^ rooms, Al location to lot rooms; price ,'31200, halt uish or less. E. S. WOLFE .fc CO., 00 Court St., room 4, cor. Hanover st. Sud3f o5 ITIIIKNISHMM  T.0J�G-IN�-II01USE,  14 Jj rooms, all let, contra! location, near Common and business part ot city; rent, 8-10 month; price' ,SBOO; Is olieap.  E. S. "\VOLFE A CO., 09 Court st: SiidSr.''' oo FUBNISHEB I.OI) ii  Imtncdlatelv, experlencori coat-iiiakors iiiitl .g.l.rls to work -vyilli jour. Apply^at .1 to C. .NARIIISl, 16 Cornblll. WANTEB-FlisUclass cyliiidev press feeders. Apply lo J. B. Konny,at L.N. FREDERICK'S, 1 I'eiii-1 at. It* YOUNiK SSEN w-ho wish to learn to cut gentle, moil's garmeuta will receive a tliorougbly practical com-Bu ot Inatructlon at tlio Boston School of Cutting, Iho oldcat cutting establlshiiioiit In Now Engliiiul, cor, Camlirldgc and Bowdolu Bis, Sudtt* o5 FEMALE  HELP WANTED. AI'I. Efl�irCATEl> young ladles, good ad dr(        �� ' '  " �     � . , 'Oil rt tloiis; desorvlug y (free) iii Vouug Poop Waaliliigtoli 81. ended for gooit (illloe poal iilig !a(l((?� are in demand. Apjily  �  BualucBS Exchange, 621 Sii.M* aiibcrft to seiul their names and u om A, 521 Waslliligtou at,     SuM' AI.E atouot;: drcBs to vo BTrsYili;i.wii)M:EN w-aiitcd-4 gt .    .. women wanleih CIl. DA VIS, 8 Boylston st. It* id biiBhel. C I'cmbcriou B(i., room 14. _______Ths_irri2v^ _8is_ i7olitlNO CjittJKNi.KAP. fiiielised" lie-tecttve; also l:ul> (tpentllvcs- 2(1 "W. liedhamat. SuWlt myll DctecUvc ""Agency, 28 Mi; Hklliiil witrk itntuiplly aliie.     SliTTlil2t* 8l4 ItlllAlEO.SON'N el-Ioll at],, lilt eliiirges rcasi MACHINERY. ^^AS and oil eugirtcB. elC' trie and w MOltTON, liyuamos, etc.;' ileiibtr: I' A!,'NI>MV'''."�i-;l?-'iIlINKISY, c.nnlilel J out Ills for steam antl hand Inuudrics. hotels, lu Btlliitlons. etc. DAI.KV SON. 5 Ilaymarket sq. between lloston A' Maine depot ami Charlestown st. iter motors, 141 illlk St. FOR SALE. H.AN.oso.tra salo cheap. CllibWCA'sKS O pbilfoi-m id-haiid liabv carriage for Aiijtly at 10 -Mllford' H- It .'lAli'lKS SllAY secoiid-haud, 0(1 clfl. per foot; le, i55; 0-foot Btaudlug desk, ?12, 00'Travers al. Sli>l* DRAMATIC. Ul iic'ETTE WKItSTKK, dramullc reader, iilioii, c-\iir,.BSt(in and vtilc,. clil-sL, i'.t.Btttii, .Mass,   citSii4t* 67 h, .JH I'lll 8 atJ lor 1 i M. 11., -1 oak I'l.. li�.jiiou. Ttts fur sab-. Ad' THE  BALL  ROOM. 1>Hor.  ; Lu':;nint'rw' elii^s ui 'ia[n'nil;iv iH'xt at 8; ; jtvlviiU' It'Stiuna daily; i B^lC, 170 Tremont at., adidt dancuig (tj'fii.^ Tiu'sday and dvana-Cl. ^^tMl. and Sa:. ut S; lay claas .Saturday, dttuit* o2 MEDICAL. �J'pKS. .."lIlTllOIt, 4-S Kast Newton �f.. . phyflicUm: board and nurding during rellabltj eoutlnc-'t* oO HOUSES, STORES, OFFICES, ETC. WJiCTLXjIA'tfa-IffOirsiES to let at South End, 'u Tremont 8t., 15 rooms; West Canton at., 13 rooms; Uuthuul a(i., 13 rooms; Warren av., 12" rooma; West Canton St., 13 rooma: Cheater sq., 13 rooms; IVinhroke St.. 14 roon)8; W elJlngton at,, 11 rooms; East Cheater pk;', 14 rooms: Galnsboro at., 10 vooma; renta ,S720 to S1200. l\ M. LEAllNEO, . OT'lVa Tremont, cor. JSowton at.___ JO rooms, store Apply to E. P. FOSS,  IjiSTATE to let, 1 Wheeler at. ll and Iniaen 3 IJerkehjy at., emeut low rent. Tremont. borliood. double house; 6 rooms) goodnelgh- r>-----..(^ Somer"'"'^ 8ud4t� 05 MAI.,I.S to let'for lodge meetings _ ----- evouliigs  per  month;  several   new_ halls; 2 or _nipra Foresters, ffauK-cr, V''i-aiiiil\n Mci Blgclinv rtalls, at ss and 83.50 iier evening; also Hue halls for wed-illmis, concerts, etc., etc. Apjily to UOll.VC'E t'AIt-TUUHiE, 55 Hanover at. It . Ht WorccaterBii. orto W.ll A li DIXC ,1(18 DorcheBter a>;.,a H"'' mJaJES^i'TTfir^^TWand 34 ,lenny Llnd av',, Winter nil), Sonnirvlllo; 7 good rooms, I'Venctow roof, bay window, Myatic water, good cellar, gaqtlq garden; {121 month. Keya at 44 Kalelgh nv.; can .ho,7 seen on Sumla>\____It,f^-.' ^OPTS-To lot, at 53 Hanover st, over Par'-,-trldg(,''s store, large, medium andsmaU lofts, fori; , iiioelianlcal piiriioaes, wltli freight elevator, steam i heat, with or without power. Apply to IKJIIACB r I'AUTUIDOK, 65 llgliovcr St._lt_^ �� I3UIH..l[t! MAI.I,!* to let 63 Hanover at. op^ 1 American lloiiso; over Partridge's store,: Par- , trlrtge Hull. 100 tt. by 20, good floor for dancing; also Hibernian Hull and t iialloor's Hall; all gpott danchig halls; good accommoilntlona; ante rooms, , tic.  Apply to llOUACI.: TAltTBIDGE, 55, It WANXEM-lloilBO, fill parly In reapc lit.  B. S., 415 Columbus a- if 5 or (I rooms, by a cJire-resiieetablo locality; rousonablo APARTMENTS AMD  TENZNiUH'ff'^^^ 1?I.AT->'i!w corner Hat, 5 rooms and bath,ra.hgci^ . sot tubs, nice location; near steam and ehjtftrlo 'iirs; 920. 3u Brookfiird st. lt� FLATS to let in .South End; 5 rooms It'll; all modern Improvemonts; renta 321 ;i<25 per month; to vesiiectahlo parties only.   In-(pilrc at 7 I'arit aip_____ SrtMWc'5'_ o5_ _____ -. family; light housekeeping; iltuiitlon, near Warren and .Dudley sla. 28 Itegeiit. SuV/  o5 N.EW and 111 ROOSia -Small pleaaaiit ROOMS to lug. no 1-: let-S : list Brti corns and bath for housekeep-ikllue st. It* S0ITJIC to let ot fi rooms and bath, mod-^m Irii proveinents, cor. Soiitlitvotid and Blue lilll nv. M'LJ1'5 1''. ''� J'OltTUN'ATO, 207 Blue .'.Cdl av. It* dpo-f CASH will bo paid fm- nl(".~ly f'lnVtl'licd (hit of 4 or 6 rooms; location nnd furnlsbinga must be llrat-closs; state lo\ full.  SSa, Globo ofllco. est prl 'lcely furnished large XVr square rooms to lot. It y"qTJXkTMOITXII PJC-rsray SIriShhod X O rooms for light housekcoplng; no cnildrei". It* square, 2 side roomsT hot rent low. It* n(\ iri-TON sT.-i ju\y and cold water rtO :�UI,PIN01I   ST.-Square room,   tlrat iJ^i tloor front; Ohio side room; call BunOny, njid., sou tliein. lt*"�' .B. �MKSTJ2ie I*K. - Square nnd sldo _ rooms, modern (jonvenienecs, SI.50, 82.50, S3.50; also side attic. 81. it* 41 ,i -j KAST NEWTON ST.-To let, 3 hand-�dtX some iiarlors, sultabio for a. physician; also 41 XVINTEZft ST.-2 furnlehcd or unfur- nlahcd rooma to lot, 1 llight front. Koom i -Sum* r*<\ OAMWKN ST.-Pleasant furnished rooms \f �.'/ lor lodging or light housekeeping. It* rj^^Tt^^ sunny parlor to lot; gentlemen preferred. front It* Q ^ W-KST HrvrTI^AIVO SQ.-One sciuare Ot} mid 1 Bide room to let; all niodoni improve- und ________ meats; newly furnlflhod low rent to right party. It* (\n ESSKX ST.-Jilcgantiy furnished aquaro   and aide rooms. It* ii�|~Q~TiEcl3MOIVT ST.-Front rooms, aceam iijXO heat, furnlahO'd or unfurni.Hhed; a alto 11. on /i"irilLA imi i \r front aide room tr AV. lot. siUte 2-Largo If iiiitcd to board: one eow'a milk; terms mouth.  U 84, Globe office. SiiJl* "jgOAKO A -vantcd for a boy 12 years old where ho __,'111 be nmh'f .t,'ood inliuence, country preferred. Addri-ssU33,(.ilolio office._It* B' 'o.tltO ANI� leboM wanted with all conveniences tor Blnglo gent, within 10 minutes'' u'alk of Old South; terms not to bo over ,9H ihu" week.  Address W 38, (ilobe oilice. If* FllONXBquaro room and sldo room wimted, connecting (not laoove), with breakfast and dinner for 2, vicinity ot Oohlilibus ttv.; about SIS weekly^ rj13, (jlobe oftlee. It* �Itichly turnlBhcd room; 5"wlndow; coin^ .      , , location; lu redned fam- ily, tor 1 or 2 gcntleiiion; price reasonable. Call Sunday or Moiidav, 200 Columbus av., suite 11. H* T>OOM-_______^......... Xlti mnndhig site; he.althy ROOM-To ulsbed. gti lei. a itlee .id location, ROOMS-funiiali front parlor furnace heat etc.; retereiu Bquare room, ncw-lv fur-private tamllv.  34""\Var- ________It* id rooms to let; a large sunny lul side room, together ui-'aepanite, gas, hot and cold water. Uliiiilo closels, 1) txobaiised.  lin Charles st.      It* ROOM.S-1 or 2 furnished rooma, sidtnble fo Ught housekeeping; batli, cars. OS lUuc 11111 av FOR ADOPTION. AMAI-E CIItr,�, 2 months old; .also orcd lem.-Ue, 3 jnoiitlis old. 48 K. Ni-v.-to a col-SSu* 171�Ht AI�01�TI0N ' 3 mouths old Uli, Globe oitlce. ____   \ handsome also girl 2 years old. henlthy bov Address D Sum* W^VNTKlf-To ... _____ _______ _______ imniths old, dark brow-ii or black eves. Addresa adopt, a female Infant -k brow-ii or black eves. Mrs. OGDOX, Boston post office.        Sud3t� FINANCIAL. MONEY TO LOAN ON I.IPE INSITK .iNCi; policies lu 11      - � " es 01 iulereat; short Bli. n-. li. JlAKXIMi \\T^VNTl-:i�-fiont-) }} ilmi.; bl-st UHtrlg .lass ccuiitaulcs at low r Uci;^ time: will buy fiir .t_ CO,. JO(!J^Vu^lllllglon at. Ill real cjtiite at-\vruttirop^ -Lie, 5 per cent.   Ad.lrt'Ss If FURNITURE, ETC. " i N 1 gets b: .^L uphitlslel-i I" . T.usttui or Miliurl'.t, s; Bclul postal I'l cal olsli-rer, S Ciiiud St. -.illve ta tv. 11 lutti : tni-iucure ro. . Ill best iimu* L-alf the iisnul ;c. UAV-^lOND, 11* See Pages 14 and 15 For additional small olassii&ed advertisements. ii   

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