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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 2, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                Tffl BiOSTON ~ BTXNDAT GLOBE -SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1890-TWENTY-EIGHT PAGE& THEY OPPOSE FOX. Political Situation in Ward Nine. Komp-Mliuger Contest Over in Cambridge Tie Soinerville Situation-Demoorats are Confident. Muoli speculation is rife in ward 9 as to how the ward will go in the congressional strife. It lias been learned from various reliable sources tliat Sherman Hoar will poll a much larger voto than any one at present has an idea of. Since Curtis Guild, Jr., has announced his intention of voting; for Mr. Hoar in preference to Mr. Fox, it has been learned that there are other voters in Hie ward who, although they havo said nothing, will vote as Mr. Curtis Guild, Jr., does. Besides this it is said that the trouble about the Fox management still continues. And continues in such a manner that unless something is done, and quickly too, there will be a big fuss. About the Fox management it was learned yesterday morning that some of the men employed had not been paid and were told to wait until after eleotion day; that $400 had beon sent into the ward to pay expenses; that some of tire colored leaders claim that it had not been,' and if it has they want to know riirht away what has become of it; that some of the expenses of the campaign have been borne by men in the ward themselves. As far as the representative fight is concerned the different candidates are working hard to secure the largest number of votes. The friends of William Power Wilson claim that he will be elected in spite of the opposition said to exist against him and Charles E. Harris. The friends of Harris say that if there is any opposition to him it is weak.... Besides this tliere has never been any colored candidate for the Legislature that did not havo to face and fight party opposition. However they feel confident this year that their man will be elected. The Democrats of the ward have been quietly looking on, and have done a large amount of quiet work. The results of the registration have been greatly gratifying to them, as it has increased the Democratic strength in the ward to a good percentage. Edward C. Ellis is the Democratic nominee for tho Legislature. He will receive the full strength of the united Democratic voto, besides many that it is claimed will be thrown against Aytlsou. Clifford H. PI runnier* is the colored Democratic nominee lor the Legislature, For the past few weeks ho has been doing a great deal of quiet work among the colored voto, on-whion his friends claim that he has 5ained considerable numbers from Harris, 'hey also say Chat he will draw some from Wilson as well. So quiet has his CRilvass been conducted that his real strength remains a mystery, to bo solved next Tuesday. The local Prohibitory vote will not be much increased over Inst year. KEMP FOE THE SENATE. Politics) in the Cambridge Distriot-Important Interviews. The contest between Maj. Horace G. Kemp and F. W. Dallinger in the third Middlesex senatorial district still continues with unabated interest in Cambridge. ' The Cambridge Chronicle says editorially that Dallinger will have at least 400 votes east for Read last year^ In addition to this Deaoon Kendall's vote will probably bo largely increased, possibly 400 more than last year. C. G. H. Bennink says that he doesn't know whether Dallinger was asked to resign or not, but he does know that he was asked whether or not he would accept the position provided Dallinger did so. "I told thoso who came to me," said Mr. Bennink, "that I had withdrawn some time ago in favor of Mr. Bead and would not go into the field again, even as a compromise candidate." Mr. Bennink says: "Dallinger did not come to me and request me to pull out in favor of Mr. Read, but I understood pretty generally that he did make such advances toothers. I understand also that he did pledge himself to Mr. Read just after the last election." .'.-i '  Councilman Wheeler, a Republican, says that Major Kemp unquestionably has- the lead. President Bingham of the Common Council, in speaking of the contest, said; "It looks pretty good for Major Kemp. I was speaking with a prominent ward 0 Republican yesterday, and he said that in both wards 1 and 5 the feeling was very bitter against Capt.Dallinger." A 2TBIEND OOF WILLIAMS' Father Johnson's Position Misrepresented by Candle* Men. The following communication has been reoeived from the Democratic committee of the ninth district; The report has come to us that our opponents are circulating a letter purporting to contain tho sentiments of the Rev, Father Robert J. Johnson towards George Fred Williams, our candidate for Congress. That nobody may be misled concerning the relations existing between these two gentlemen, the warmest of friends, we are permitted to quote tho following letter: .- St. Maht's Cnnncn, Dedham, Oct. 23,1889.. Dear Mb. Williams-I talte Uio flrst leisure time Rt my dtejSosal to write to expvesa to you my great gratification at your nomination to tho General Court from tula district. It is a nomination which does great* credit to the party mailing it, and your acceptance of It Is a great gain to the town. It is unfortunately too rarely the case that a citl-fcen of your oharaater and abilities can be induced to servo tho people In the State Legislature It would be a good thing for tho tone of our public life If such nominations were more frequent. Having served with you upon various town committees I ltnow from personal observation that the town will have in you a fearless, able and thoroughly conscientious representative On all sides I hear your nomination spoken of with the highest satisfaction, and, wore it not for dividing lines of party, I think tho general sentiment would bo expressed by your unan-iuions election. 1 take pleasure In assuring you of tho warm personal interest I take in your success, which f i'ool will be not so much a party gain ns a gain for the whole district, ami anything I can properly do to proinoto it will be cheerfully done. I am yours, very sincerely, IE. .7. Johnson. tieorge Fred Williams, Esq., Derlluim, Mass. In permitting us today to mako this use of tho above letter, Father Jolrnson also wrote as follows: Kov. 1,1800. IJEAn Sin. Williams-If any docmnont should appear in which my namo Is used as In any way opposed to your election to Congress it will be put forth without my authority, and will entirely misrepresent my feeling towards you. Hoping that any unfair attempt to prejudice you with the voters of tho distriot will fall, I am, with much esteem, 3'oura very truly, ItOBiutT J. .TonxsoN. These expressions of sympathy with Mr. Williams will surely be sufficient to correct any false impression that our opponents may have made relative to a subject which properly has no place in the pending canvass. James f Btratton, Chairman ltobert 5r Burnett JI U Bovd W J l-'oilutt Charles 'i' Duncklee Ira C Ilersey B .1 Sluttory 3d M f Coughlln James W McDonald 5th illehaid Cunningham trious ancestors, noted for their business sagacity,______ TN XiEADrWG MARKETS. Somerville 'Politics. Soinerville Democrats are very well satisfied with tho prospect. They did much effective work on registration, and claim that in the results they excelled tho opposition. The dissatisfaction with Mr. Fox's candidacy does not abate, and nothing but praise is heard for Mr. Hoar's canvass. There is a pretty local right on in ward 2 for the Legislature, and the Democrats have utroug hoi>es of carrying the district for IKobert Luce. His opponent, J. J. Giles, won A     the nomination in a way that did not in-crpa.se tho good will of the many .who wanted James F. Eeiiul nominated. Mr. Luce is serving his .second term as chairman of the ward and city committee, tuicl has for several years been a prominent worker for his party, so that ii! all probability ho will gut its unanimous support at the polls, just uvi they gave him a unanimous nomination at the caucus, and he is the first Hi'inocratii! camliilate in many years in this ward arrains? whom iliero is no factional opposition. Furthermore, he lias many Jriends on the other side who will doubtless support him.. in iho other wards, which aro hopelessly Kemiblican, all iho Democratic energy will In. concentrated on the work tor .Mr. Hoar, and the lvsuit is expected to be somewhat ol a surprise.__ Gardner of Hamilton. The siiuiro of Hamilton, A. P. Gardner, is one of the most popular of tho rising young'men of old county, not only politically, but socially.   He would be a J must worthy representative for that district, cifiains* as ha doei froiu alon_ line of illus- Quotations on Staple Products at Hew _ork, Chicago and St. Louis. New York, Nov. 1.-Cotton, spots quiet, 1-lflo lower; sales, 40 bales; ordinary uplands, 7Vio; do gulf, 7 7-lGo; good ordinary stained, 70; uplands, middling, O'/ec; do gulf, 101-lGo; do stained, OVso. Flour, receipts, 24,257 pkgs; exports, 7418 bbls, 4440 sacks; firm, quiet; sales, 15,700 bbls. low extra, S3.70@4.15; city mills, 85.25r 5.50; city mills patent, $o.(i0r0.25; winter wheat, 'low grades, 3.70@4.15; fair to fanoy, S4.2B@5.40; patent, S4.90S5.75; Minnesota, clear,�4.50@5.25; straight,S4.00 @C.Q0; do. patent, $5.25@G; ryo mixture, 84.80 c4.90; superfine, $3.15 @ 3.85; fine, $2.75r 3.60: Southern flour dull. Rye flour quiet; buckwheat flour, $2@2.10. Corn meal dull, unchanged. Wheat, reooipts, 43,300 bush; exports, 1300 hush; marlcot dull, nominally higher; No. 2 red, 81.08% elevator, $1.09% afloat. 8l.00W>_i.io% f. o. b.;    No.   8   red,   1.00%;     No. 1 Northern, $1.10% j No. i hard, 81.15%. Rye dull, firm; State 7fi%@77o; Western, 71@74o. Barley quiet, firm; No. 2 Milwaukee, 88c; uugradod Western, 75@90c: Oswego, No. 1, 351: barley malt quiet. Canada country made, 8n@02ya; city do, $0.95@1.05. Com, receipts, 53,500 bush; exports, 18,653 bush; sales, 104,-000 bush; market firm, quiet, Vac up; No. 2, GOV&o elovator, 60%@61V40 afloat. Oats, receipts, C7.000 bush; exports. 799 bush; sales. 79,000 bush; market quiot, firm, Vno up; No 3, 48@48y2o; do white, 51%@ 51%c: No. 2,49@49yac; do white, 53%r 58c; No. 1, 51c; do white, 5Ec; mixed Western, '47@5lVac; white do, 50@57c; white State, 50@57o; No. 2 Chicago, COM: a Coffee, Rio dull and nominal; fair cargoes, 19% c; No. 7,18c; sales, 1600 bags No. 7 at 10%c. Sugar, raw dull, nominal; fair refining, 5 6-loc; refined dull unohangod; C, E%c; extraC, 5 3-lGc; white extra C, 5 11-10r518-10c; yellow, 5 3-lflc; off A, 5 13-1 G@6c; mould A, G il-16c; standard A, 0 7-16c; confoctioners'A, GVic: cut loaf, 6 15-160; crushed, G 15-lGc; powdered, 6%o; granulated. OVcoj cubes, 6%c. Molasses, foreign nominal; Now Orleans dull, steady; common to fancy, 28@45o. Rice firm, active; domestic fair to extra, 5%(fflGVac; Japan. GSO'/i. Petroleum quiet, steady; united, 78c. Tallow strong; city (?2 for pkgs), i7/s@41C-l.Gc; country (pkgs free), 4%(.8f>f'i> 5.90c. Whiskey, $1.14. Receipts-Flour, 12,000 bbls; wheat, 94,000 bush; corn, 218.000 wish; oats,242.000 bush:rye,15,000 bush; barley, 143,000 bush. Shipments-Flour, 1.1,000 bbls; wheat, 22,000 bush; corn, 229,000 bush; oats. 187,000 bush; rye, 11,000bush; barley. 81,000bush. St. Louis, Nov. 3.-Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat higher; No.2rod, OBVac. Corn higher; No. 2, 60@6lo. Oats a fraction better; No. 2,45o. Rye no offerings; No. 2, 66c. Barley firm; Minnesota, 75!a7Go; Iowa, G8@80c; Nebraska, 70@77c. Whiskey steady, $1.14. Provisions firm; pork in job lots,. $11; lard,- 6.05c; dry salt meats, shoulders, 5.50c; longs, 5.30c; ribs, 5.86r Oc; bacon, shoulders 6c; longs and ribs, G,25@0,40c; clear, C.46@0,50b. MAKOTB NEWS. Arrived Saturday. Steamers, Ethclwold (Br), Bermpohl, Glasgow, Oot 20, in ballast, vessel, Boston Fruit Company; Trcmont, Craig, Portland, nidse and passengers, Charles F Williams; City of Gloucester, Proctor, Gloucester; New Brunswlclc, Colby, Dlgby and Annapolis, 1ST S, mdse and passengers, I! A Vnlrfron I Watertown, Kelly, Beverly and Salem; Cumberland, Thompson, St John, Nil, via Eastport and Portjanti, mdse and passengers, E A Waldron; Lancaster, Robinson, towing barge Cirard, Smith, Philadelphia; Santult, Hturges, towing barge, Joel Cook, Phlnney, Perth Amhoy, coal. Bark, Fauteo, Tinner, Pascagoula, Fin, Oct 0, via Vineyard Haven, lumbor to order. Schooners, Ripley, Itobinson, Itoclcport, !\fo, stone W C NorcroBs, Itobinson, Kockport, Me, Blonc; .la-chin, Folds, namarlscotta, brick; Keltic 31 Snow, Snow, Woodbridge creek, N J, clay; Allda, Brag-don, SulUvnn, Jle, stone; Ada A Kennedy, Kennedy, Iloboken, coal; Alma Cummlngs, Cnminlngs, Port Boyal, S 0, Oct 10, lumber, Georgo JIoQuesten & Co; Carrie G Crosby, Hull, Itocltland, Jle, lime; Victory, Hatch, Bristol, oil; Woodward Abrahams, Snow, Baltimore, coal; ,T, Munchestor Nuyivefi, Matthews, Baltimore, coal; 0. M. Murrett, Gilbert, Kondout, cement; H. G. Wlllard, Foster, Peak's Island, Me.. stone; S. B. Davis, � Kngati, Mount Desert, gravel; Mary Hawos, Cooper, Boclyiort, liiuo; Wint;aer-Bheelc, Card, Ipswich, sand; KgB Rock, Dobbin, Jonesport, lumber; Lucy Hammond, Flynn, Iloboken, coal; Ludowlck Bill, l'earee, .Kockport, stone, Flcetwing, Williams, Kewbmyport, sand; Addlo 11 Seavoy, Haggerty, Newbnryport, sand; Windsor packet (Br), Wynuin, Halem,Mubs, ballast; Florence A (new), Sproul, Itondout, cement; Wattle A. Franklin, MoDonnld, Philadelphia, coal; Georae A Lolaud, Freeman, Philadelphia, retorls; Erastus Wymun, Bennett, Norfolk, Ya,, coal; Charles B Morrison, Hmllh, Iloboken, coal; Samuel 0 Hart, Kelly, Iloboken, coal; Ebtm Fisher, Reynolds, Port Johnson, coal; W S Jordan, Kellcy, Port Johnson, coal; Frank T Stin-eon, Hododon, Philadelphia, coal; Maude Sherwood, Kellcy, Baltimore,coal; William DMarvel,O'Koei'o, Iloboken, coal; Marguerite, Tripp, Newport News, coal; Nettle Cushlng, Itubhisou, Thomaston, lime; Jennlo Lockwood, Simmons, Pascagoula, Fla, Oct 4, lumber to order. Barge Schuylkill, Jones, Philadelphia, coal, towed here by steamer Berks at Newport. Cleared Sutm'tlny, Bteamers, Halifax (Br), Hill, Halifax, N (5, Boston, Halifax and I' E I S 8 Co; Parthian, Crowell, Philadelphia, 15 B Sampson; Dorchester, Howes, Baltimore via Norfolk, Arthur M Orahain; Herman Winter, Nlckerson, New York, 11M Whitney; City of Savannah, Googlns, Savannah, Ga, Richardson ,fc Barnard; Tremout, Craig, Portland, Charles F Williams; British Empiro (Br), Wills, Loudon, C Fulness: New Brunswick, Colby, Dlgby and Annapolis, K S, E A Waldron; Brlxhaiu, Coombs, New York. J 11 Flltner & Co. Schooners, Arcilla (Br), Jones, Clemcntsport, N S, Do bong ,t Seaman; A I1 Emerson, Day, St John, N B, J .11 Flltner .t Co; Flash (Br). Cameron, St John, SB, Hathaway .t Co; Cassie F Bruiison Bennett, Norfolk, Va, Fit?. Bros it Co; Francis Z (Br), Berry, Dlgby and Clemenlsport, N B, lie Long & Seaman; Mary Rose (lir), Curry, Yarmouth, N S, He Long ,fc Seunian; Mlnnlo C Taylor, Qululan, Bangor, Hathaway & Co; Progress (Br), colwell, St John, N 1), Hatheway ,fc Co.; Cygnet (Br), Dai-ton, St John, N B, H J Goldlng; Addle E Snow, Whitman, Rockland, Kinsman �o elutrpo inudo lor iiroourlng money on liiortuuges wlion the party pureliuseu oi' me. 3    IWH^tniP-uiwr u ; 023 Miiln St., Uiiinbrldgo, and 10 Slate st,, Boston. lie. euro and call and examine lint liuloro pnr-oliaslni;. It WEST MEDFORD. A new lioune coiitninlnii is rooms, clcgnntly locnted on liigli laud, with laundry, culd and cemented cellar, etc., and thoroughly equipped. Willi every modern convenience. For particulars, address 1 M. SAWYER, West Modford, Mass. REAL. ESTATE. CfflMuP Property Only. NORTH AVENUE, modern house, all conveniences, near Harvard College. Price $n,O0O. Good lot of land. HARVARD SqUAIlE, CAMBRIDGE. Lots on Fayerweather St., within 5 minutes of Steam and Street railroad cars, for sale at 10c. per foot. Lots are large, but price correspondingly low. Apply to HIKCKfl �fc STOREK, 10 Iti-altlo street. FOR {S^XaES, HOUSE   9  ROOSVSS, Conveniences, stalile, carriage-house, 4000 feet of land, good huBlnesb�|te, good cliancu lor Improvement and pay goud return; party ready to tidte lease or premises for C years at ijoud rental; price low. it. J. Bl'ltO^GK ,fc CO., 'J3 Court St. It Property known us OAK. ISLAJiX), to be leased for Si term of years. A. K. V (1*138, Treasurer. t>� TBtESiOKX ST. REAL ESTATE. Branch, office of Thos. 11. Hall, cor. Cabot and IVeston sts.; houses, stores, suites and a large variety ol tenements of S to 5 rooms to let at reason-aide rents; moi ti;aees uud insurance property bought and sold and laredfor. JuliS W. TXlIUESlUi:, ttgt. Otllce hours, B lo 5 p. in. llJ FOR SALE IN EAST BOSTON. Twv* sviw Vuu^son Cottage ftt., �uUa\�i� Jor Uirtio fiuuiUr*; tvotl lu^ituui; -*TlfI be aula un tiiay terms. AT A BAEGAIN, 600,000 SQ, FEET OF LAND our BEACON ST,, Overlooking tho Reservoir, whoro tho oloctrio lino from Newton is euro to connect with tho Boulevard. A first-oltiss investment, that will pay 100 por cont. I'rleo 20 cents por foot, with streets out. to J. J. sii Court St., Xloom SO*. I take all kinds of Insuranoe at the Lowest Bates in the beat companies, Ohuroli Insurance a Specialty, J. McGORflM a Court St., Room. SOT. Two suites of lire rooms and bntli, set tubs, ratiRM uiul Ico chests. Eighteen dollars per month. Ji'lrst-uluss locution; conronloiit to cftra (five cent faro), store, school mid chtirclics. Other suite of five rooms at llftfjen dollars per montii. Flrst-eluss locntltm. Apply to JOHN J. ^GOOeaiAOK, an Court fSt.. Ilooill SOT. Lots of 5000 sq, feet, in good looation, $600 per lot. $100 down, lbalanoe on mortgage in five years. Apply to JOHN J. MQR1ACK, _   �� Court St., Koom �07. BUIIiDWG   LOTS   in   BROOKLIJfE, BRIGHTON and AIASTOiV. EAST TERMS.   MONEY AMVAJfCEI) TO BUII/D. } JOHN J. McCOBlAGK, !S3 Ccmrt St., Boom � ONAM>, 200 WnHhtngtoiv at. It Kor sale, largo estate on ttraodway, uoswBat., B-Btory frame building, stores and halls; rouUi to pay 10 per cent.; lot ooritalns about 4100 wi. I'l;.; will sell at aa.sessod value on easy terms. JEROMES. MACUOMALO, 200 \Vnslilii|[ton St. It For sale, cor. esl.alfl, brlelc Iiouro with store and two tenements well rented; easy terinK. On Bradford st, brlelc hous JAl-D, 200 Washington st. It 10 LET lli BOXBOBY, A desirable moderate-sized house, near Warren st.; rent low. W. A.SMITH, ii Milk Street. Corner house, near Union Park. W. A. SMITH, 11 Milk Street. A choice estate for improvement. Will pay a good income on the purchase. W. A. SS^BTM, 11 Milk Street. CHELSEA. One of the best houses in tho city, brqwn stone front; 10 rooms finished in mahogany and oak; bent plato jduas; healed by steam; electric lights and bells; walis and ceilings elegnntly decorated; must be sold to pay owner's debts; we can give you n great bargain on this estate if taken at once. McCAXNr *fc CO., Globe building; 12 to 2; Chelsea olllce, 305 Broadway; open day and evening. It Four-story slated roof brick house, 1G rooms, in thorough repair, for #2500; this is the bargain of season; sold to close an estate; will rent for g3G0; pays 13 per cent.; come and see it. McCAlS N tt CO., 2-A4. "Washington st.; 12 to 2; Chelsea, olllce, 305' Broadway; opuii day and evening. It Houbcs at $2500, $3000, WOO. $4000 ettcb. Land: Large lots i:t ic, �c per foot; small lots at 10c, 12and 20c per foot. J. To POPE, 35 Congress St, ASit Who would not own a home wliou you can gettme on these terms: Dinn/t from the biitldtT, now cottage, 0 rooms and bath, hot and cuht-tvaUtr, cemented cellar; ilniKhcU in tJiHixy; toldbig duoia; painted tlnte coats Inside and out; paueivd in gills; water closet on ilrst floor; 3500 feet land; 3 iidn-uus to steani and horae rars; fie. far*.'; itt;'�r (y:Viools; good neighborhood; prien f20t�U; ji20(.> d'-Avn, balance same ue n-nt. lMt.\l-M* V- IIICI--, builder, 3i> Alpine St., of; Cedar fat., SonwrviUt;; taUt: ii. i- It. H. to houiervUl'3 lli|;lil'-Uid�. ltfr A ^SOA'AKSCjV-Read thla! liie bedt 2-t '       Wushingjou.       ___6uM ___neighborhood j U rooms, 2 iiro vlaeea, turnace. bath, set tubs uud rauye, bet and eold water, luirfts icct;ption hall, handsomely nnlhhed; only fdOO down to right party; ulsu ni-'e house, Sonr*-rviHe, y rot-nia. Improvements. S4200; iialOen, 7 twins, bath, furnace, etc., �-2t;(i0; uthrrj. m all snburl.tt, all prliiea una tenna.   C- \\\ UQWAJUD, it�i \ViialiU�g- A CHARLES f. SAWYER, 9 City $q.s Charlesfown. OHAHLESTOWW REAL ESTATE. Wtntliron Square � � Baldwin St. ...� Modford St..... Cross St. � � � � Elm St. -   � � Sherman Sq. � School St. (two houses) � Lexington St. - � � Bunker 1SI11 St. * - -Mystic St. -   � Chestnut St. w � r Bunker Hill St. � Mystic. St. p    � Monument Ave. ... Baldwin St..... Monument Sq.   �    �    -George St. (81,000 feet land) Main St..... Chelsea St. Imilding lots   - $1.50 per foot. Iligh St. building lots $2.00 per loot, $8,500 $5,500 $1,000 $8,000 $3,500 $2,800 $8,000 $4,200 $3,800 $1,500 $5,800 $0,000 $5,500 $0,000 $6,500 $8,000 $25,000 $50,000 Two houses, 6 and|7 rooms, $1300 and $1400/ 9 City Sq., Cliaiiestown. A-Sff'jaoiIXA.TOHlS, mixiMUBKSorpar ttcs having a amidl amount of mouoy to Inveat, BhouUl not iniss Mils rnvo opportunity to flgom'o tin estnte tlmt nt u sum 11 cxiienso can bo mude Co onsnro n rental of #5000 nor unman; \vt� offer for sale or cxclimiBO for it smaller property or good ImlldliiK lots an eleuant. estate �ltuutetl on hlj^h land lu excellent nelrcli'borhood. near Uroadway, t.'liolson, fronting on 2 streets; 20,000 ft. land overlooking tli� country for miles; mansion house of 18 rooms In perfect order, so arranged as to lie enslly ro-moaelod for an uparlment houHn; also a stable that can uu nttetl for a double liouso at alljiM cost and still leave a beautiful building lot; taxed iW 320,000; will bo sold less than assussod value; P2000 down, brilnnco as rent; as prosout owner has no nao for It no reasonable olfer will be refused. HiilNHY V,T. SAVAGB, G8 Court nt., cor. Oornhm__SuJl A -HOTTHMS-For sale, 2 bouses, on Dwluht __ St.; j?0700 and J|10,000;2 houaeHonMlirordat.; house, 10 rooms, on Wellington St., 00700: a bargain on Holyoke st.; also others. IlliMlY \V. SjVVAOE, 03 Court sr., cor. Oornblll. It A-IMVJSS'irflliHNT-For sola, 2 brlelc houses nt West Knd, rented, S�00, prico �000() for both, i?lG0O down; store property, near l.owoll de* pot, at low price; l-i-room house on llrlnhton St., JttOOO down; 10-rooin houoo on Wheeler ol., BOBOO, glOOO down; several nrat-elasa bualuesa properties on tliofouEhl'area at South Eml, niwiiiB 12 to 20 per cent, net on Investment. IIENltf W. HAVA01S, (13 Court st., cor. Cornhlll. It A-WW tlOMMmm AV.-for sale, nenr "Went Xowlou St., beautiful sunny house, every modern Improvement, blirdwood tlnlsh, open grates, set bowls, heated by Indirect radiation; gauoOtlown, lmlnnee same aa rent. HENUVW. aAVAUK.03 (Jourtst,, cor. Cornhlll. SiuM a -EEAOII WT.-Kor atile, near Washluiiton j\. St., desirable corner property, with total front-aye of about 120 feet, nearly 1000 foot hind, briolt stoves nml dweUlURtt; paying good per cent, now, and right in the ccntro of the march of Improvement. IIKNKY W. SAVAGE, OS Court St., cor. Oornhill. SuM A-EAMT BOSTON-I.arKO brick lionao, No, 0 Chelsea St., 14 rooms; occupied by one party over 10 yetira; sold to etoae an estate. ilENKY w. SAVAGE, OS Court Bl, cor. Cornhlll. flSnlit oSl AS 1 own this estate, don't, want It; whoever cloos< will get baVKaln; pretty, oUl-fashlonud farin-houao, oiion fireplace, brick oven, 8 rooms and balh, hot-and cold water, furnace, honso recently modernized at great cost; stable, t\ acres land under hliih state cultivation; choice fruit, lovely location ou'broad avenue alluded by majestic elms, -100 feot street frontline, 8Vj miles out, il minutes from ata^ tton, 20 traftiH each way, early, late and theatre trains; vour price mid lermsare ours. JCDWAKl) T. HAKHl'ls'tlTCN & CO., HO Conuross st, dSnSl nl AT SOMXSItVJIjM3-Holt on ensy terms or will exebanae for biilldlnc; lots, S-fi.iully house. l;i rooms and liathrooni, bay windows, I'Vench alatcd root, in ^ood repair; will rent lor 15/30 per month; 3 minutes from steam and horse cars; good neighborhood; owner has not time to look alter house properly; a-1000. .1. W. Sargent, with KDWAIU) T. JiAKIllNOTON'* CO.,;lfi Congress si.  dSu8t nl A- ri' Alisltm, 2-fniniiv house Just put In Thoroimli repair; newly plumbed, 12 rooniH, fiOOO I'eet hind, near electric or steam caru; 83000, |?2(I0 cash. KDWARI) T. HAllIllKGTON & CO., 3G Concreasst, dSiiit nl REAL. ESTATE. A FA1KM. slock and tools, �2000; 38 nerea 1% Kood land, 2 cows, horse, eiirrlime, wuroii, tools, mowing machine, wood lionise and barn, pleasantly located, IV' mllea from alallon. A. 1!. DAY, Maua-rield, or nTj\\rAHD T. HAlUil.SGTON' .t CO., 35 Coii|,'reiis at. dSnSt nl A-�H�H5J',WKA, near City Hall, great barftain, house 12 rooms, larite lot of land, only )?3000j eottune (t rooms and bath, furnace, cemented cellar, for #21100. s. 11.1.OOAK, 12 clobo building. It" A-HOtUXJI jENIIi-Swell front brick houses 12 rooms, modern convenience, between Uliuwumt av. and 'I'remont at., 87000; house 12 rooma, modern convenience, for Jj!d200. S. ]l, LOGAN, 12 tlloba buildiiiK. _      _It* A-CJJlillSS'jflMA-B separate houses, 7 rooms each, well rented. No. 1 location, J1106O ono.h; will take a mortKago back for (J1000 at c por cent.; secure a borne. '8. U. LOGAN, 12 Globe building. AOH!EAT ISAXteAISr-Hrnok farm, 0(111-talulng 30 acres, level early land; keeps 2 cows and horse; 00 fruit trees, plenty wood, i;ood cranberry meadow; house 8 rooms, burn 3(1x40, and shop, all In Kood repair; price only glOBO. �800 caali, inoludinit 4' tons bay. (I. II. I'LACJS, Sllddleboro, orGHO. H. C1IA1TN', 2S7 Washington st. dSuSt'nl AKAICIK Irargiilu, now 2-tencment house, bath, large lot, (lint cemented cellar, Bo. fare, near car's, only P2700, ,9100 cash, balance as rent. WIL-liUK 1'. ItlCli, builder, 10B 1'earlst., Somorvlllo. BuW* n2 BXB.MIIC ;mf*JIUWI3 Tor sale, Somorvlllo, 0 rooms, batli, furnace, etc., In line order, finished In luirdwood: near steani and horse cars; coat)il7000, will sell, II' taken at once, for JM300; easy terms. 8. K CUKItlHU, VYlntcr lllll station. It* 7"(A MPOK.NIIA- STj per inonth will aecure a il j home in Sanger, i-'resno county, the raisin district of Ilio world; lots aBxlBO, price #1.00. J'AT'1'1-HOM & SOW, 031) .Market St., San l  rSvVmtlisKR'K'B-yJIt, near lllrd at., new liouae, li' lust coinpleted, 8 rooms and balh, modern liu- iTrovinienlo, nice Ii.....lily; price low; terms easy. G L. DAVlDtiOX, 27 1'liritau av., near new lunuie. f.iCMit, BA 1.52-2 houses lu Dorchester, 1 with 1 stable, near ateitin and horse oars; new houses In l;o,vlst.on alnth.n, 3 flats of 4. f, and ii rooms, each flat full of tenants, good investment as tenements, are In constant doijiriiid in that locality; 1 lionse near Wiin'on at., nis'.lilandB, modern Improve-liients; a nice little lumtestend at JtosllnUate, ilrlit Jjuel: uf I lie Jit. liopc Jt. U. depot, near cor. Hildge a;?d iiroolc sts,, few fttttidied dollars down, apph- to Geo. 'i'ylcr, Kidge at.: )?:lt,00 house In Dedluiui, half ciiBli, (.^OltKW'I'KK,liuiohool rsc cms; 6c, fareu; price $3300 and �'.'.)�00; lerms tti cult; must be sold at once, as owner Is to leave town, ('all at ii .Mout-rooe St.,or nddresa JullK W. 1'HliYOS'I', I'. O. box 2D, Soinerville, .Mass. It* TjWie �Ai^KVurJeiuiis Wiii'iislJui, .SomcrrUlv, JD'bt-autiriil new P-roum house; cetfiented cellar, pia^Ka, bay v.'lmlow, furnace, batu-rootii, J;r>t- anu cold water; artistic mantels, elegant gas fixtures, Ircscootl ciilin.is; every nioderu linprovcment; a greal barguin; must he sold at ota'c; open dally; look before you purchase. JiLANC'ilAUl), 72 Wheatland at._______     HSu* TJ^^Vflt HAI.K or exchange, apartment housed X l/ost  . rooms; hot and cold water, nicely papered; mod-ornto rents; within 5 minutes' walk ol two stations, Mount Hope and Rosllndnlo. Aiiply or address B. P. WALKEU, 18 Station ol.,, Roxbury. It* GKNT.lL.I3MArS'8suburban residence; modern Improvements  till furnished; 3 acres; rare chance. llOWE.'iri Milk. It* .ItlilAT bargains In honsea aud liouae lota; sell .JT or exchange Boom 12, Advertiser bulldlng.lt* G HOHJ8KN-for SRle, 0 new houseB at. Uorchoa-ler; splendid location; only 8 minutes O. 0. It. It., 25 by horse ear; these houses have all modern conveniences and are ilrst class; we don'twant thorn to Be. empty this winter: will soil them B800 1i>bb than they can be bought for In the spring. WILLI AM II. COHAN, 170 Devonshire st. It* OVS13 for Bale, 3 "Wellington at., aecond door __. from Columbus av.; high stoop, swell front, 12 rooms, in good order; price }Hl,200; easy teruia IE desired. h'.M. LEAUNEI), 07-lVii Tremout., cor. Newton at. It HOUSKS-For sale, lu Boston, Melroae, Maiden, Maplewood, Modford, Soinerville, Cambridge, Chelsea, Brookllno, .Dorchester, Bandolph, stough-toti, etc,; prices from S"8O0 up; sonic desirable farms cheap.  SWAN Si AT WOOD, 27 School st. SuM WE*  112 ilaplewood, fBO cash, balance r ifiontlilv, �ai�e as ��'. '-story bouse, A rooms, iiiv wit�-r"al>ont 7O0D tnl eortur lot; convenient to ti.-.iii' nud'lioriu eurs, schools, i-liuicbcs, stores, etc.; v'lil""-!! fli'inr- I''A UN'S WOltTH. fJ.'J-l Main St., opp. Methodist chereli^.Mai^BL^Wejrose._______lt_ Tio&~i*�ii&* Jiclrniie, only $100 cash, baliuico I* montlilv, same as rent, new cottage, 0 rooms n;u 1'iHi alniot 3(11X1 It. land; 5 mmiitea lo depot: pros i""-!liO- others i?lS50. gl-100, tl&00, ft!000, 81700 iilSOO no.   EAUSSWoUTll, 031 Main a!., ...... iielhodilA I'liurch, Meli'oac. It I-C rie-SAl.K-A neat, dVbiniUt-duoiung house;  . 20, Hi. llotolpli St., eor. West Chester pk.  Apply lo Si. llotolpli St.. eor. W est lliecwr \ ., liEUilEKTL. i'ElUlV, 1U MUU St., Jlostou ppiy 'o ,      ____HI. dsuiot o2;; 1~"H>BC SAlTTi^--New hou.sV, Cimprulge, asSfH^cd "* :-'l:uoo,"d u-oiue. bulb, imi'ble bov-i. sewer, oiv.; 420011. ot laud. fl�0t>; *20i> down. Lalauee easy; yv.�i at oliive. I'J.STAUK. 45 Mitt st.,�wwu ii^;�J :S ^iiHt M ^ f.i' Nu. 7 ColouibLls si. Apjd> u- if-r' Bloomlngdale St., Chelsea, Mass. It* I7imSt.NISlIS.KTO  IIOTJS1K,  12 rooms, with. ? stable; 875 per month. C, Carrier '750, Iior-Chester.___It* HOUSE-To let, immediate possession, gentle-', man having leased house, and furnished hia own rooms complete, desires to relet the remainder of the house, consisting of pnrlor, dining-room, kitchen, set rango and tubs, 3 sleeping and attli rooms, with bathroom, furnace andgaa, to young � married couple, or family without children, and will pay tho rent, 830 a month, for cure of his rooms,' board, heat, and light; liouae HI Crescent av., cor. Urant st., Dorchester, in llrst-class condition; 2 min-. utcs' walk from atreot and Bteam cars; 5-cent faro from Boston; 0 minutes' ride O. C. It. K.; famlly soniewhat musical agreeable. Call after 7 p. m., op address B, 21 Crescent av., Dorohester. It* HO USE to lot of 17 lino rooms in thorough ra> pair and condition; pleasantly and accessible located; suitable for boarding, lodging or prlvab; residence, or could be underlet in parts or apart; ments. Apply nthouso, 613 Shawniut av. dSutfolfi HOUSE to let on V> St., near Broadway, Soutlj Boston, 14 rooms and bath, in perfeot orderj would make llrat-oluss boardlng.hoiise. TRACY| real estate broker, 00 Broadway, So. Boston. SSu* HOUSE-Sinsll house or tenement, with stable, wanted, or stall for 1 horse, not tar from th� centre of tho city. Address H 40, Globe office.  . dSutf inh2 HOlffSK to let, Gt) Qulne.y St., Highlands, 11 rooms and bath, rent #30 per month; key at 40 Qulnoy st. J. FMENCH h SON, 220 Wash. st. SuTTh n2 IT OITSE AX1) STABM to let, Learned St., wrent. Biin WIN, 23 Court st. Dorchester; low t HonsK-101 Uoreliester St., South Boston, 11 rooms and furnace, near Thomas pk.     SSu* L"~OW-ii�ilolG)ir~6pi?iCJ3!9 on School St.. Tremout row and Pemberton sq., elnglo ana connecting. UOUN'IJ Y & BOBBS, 23 Court st. Sucl3t n2 ICK half douhlo house, 0 rooms: good neigh* borhood. Apply at 328 Beacon at.. Somerville. dSu4t* nl ROORJN to lot in the tilolie building; steom heat; electric llghl; elevator runs dav aud night; tho best ofilce In lloston for business. C. K. COTTINU & C(J., 0 '1'renioiil. st.__dSutf dl9 SSrAXl/RTOIUB to let, with counter, showcase, shelving, curtains and largo back room in the reay tine location for nillltnory, variety, barber, newspaper and confectionery, or a light bualnessj gin month. .IOHK C.U1ILL, 1G9A Prospect St., Ciambrldgepovt. It* ,- S'lFOHRKSto lot, small or large; also tenemonta, South End, at low rent, in good, establishad,pay-lng locality, nosv titling up, and will lie finished to suit Immediate tenants. Applv on premises, 024, and 020 Shawmut av., to Mr. DIFFLEY.   dSutf  sS SMAlSTuoirsBli^eClwM^ St., In ..excellent condition. tMlESTKlt PAItKEIt, M Inot biilldlliK, 113 *1_ovon9ii!ro at.  SiiTT'htf ulU SlXOHiil? lo let, tino location for locksmith and ( bell bimser, ivllll Hue ot hardware.  JAS. It. 11A Y ICS, 71);VTremont at.___1'BuTtf o24 S'""T��i*aR To'ieti very"centml locallou." S. GOhff SJIITI1, 28 Rllggles st. SSu* WE K17BXD yon a house, small depoait, balance rent; purchase; 20 houses to select from; RtllOO to jgCftOO. Norfolk Building and Loan Assu., BIUOOS, MOSES & CO., Agents, 7 Exchange pi. Bild'Jt*  nS WANTED-A flue estate In Arlington or Bel-inont for a cash customer.  It. A. Hill, with E1J-""AltO T. IIAKltl.N'OTON & CO., 3D Congress st. SSu WANTJ!I�-Care, sale and collection of rents ot estates In vicinity of Mt. Pleasant, Bnihury. JOHN W. HOSE, real estate and Insurance agent, !) Blue Hill av., Iloxhliry; open till 7 p. lu.       It* ANTED to lmv for cash, bouse In West End, Allen st. urefcrrcd.  Address W 171. tilvbe If w. oiiii;t'___ Q OlENT. I�K�F�T*on$v.ftl*�Uitoin- O vi'sttnents gitiU'uuti'iitlby tin* Xeu' Kiisliiiiu Ivu-pWtvi'incni. Coiupimv. C. Wlr.tlirop Smith, prfsldfat, l!U7 liictuirtlson lU^ck, (.'liatUuoogn, Tftin.; writ_ for prufcpuctui unit lvhiviic^_KStQYlUL  o'Sl O 4 A TVEWKt'XKY ST.-For buU', ;i-sttirv mm*~.xdr lionao, ui;';.ypu trout nml imvk, lut yi'it*'�*.-_� vines, irult iu:il tiiiwi'ia In y:ml; 1   muniii, in itiiv oi''K'r;  , giiuf.O. Ola>"'� ^500, S-i000; jp'HiO t\' �l>09 (iuwii, fail- to")jiU> uu'iutUy; alttui-Uve undut-H-ltuUt houses in fsood t.t-ltliljoilivoit. ilOKUAK, ii27 Wnsli-iaytou st, K^u*- Qn*IJ�aTt/AflJ.l"SIT inucttntt.s ci\n lio held at jo rooms liitrlv odnupU'd liy Profa. Wluvlouk ami CulvUln liy iiKpUvlu^ of nr. i.KK, room 1, Odd Fallows' bulldhtfi, cur. Uorkcley mid Tieniout cts.  It"1 rnVo IJifST-Kverott, 2 liousoy oi' 7 rooms, gift; I X houso, fi rooms, #11; hon.sti of (� rooms, $1-; tenomnut of 0 rooms, #13; � ttmonumts of 5 rooma, gllO; hoiisw oi: 8 rooms, ^20; J! w.wv houses of i> rooms, luitli, sot tabs, t'uniimi!, hot ;md cold \vitt�r, eimn-'Ulfld coWiirn, ; ulso hoann of 0 l-uoins, batli, hot uad oold waior, ccutoatt'tl cellar, Caruact*, fri'rte.cj coiUay.n, llatshiid in oak, on the lii'st wlrt'Ot In town, corner lof, tenement of 7 rooma ami bath, #18 a month; 1 turaniumt of (! rooms, batli ti:ui farmmc, ^l"; 1 of r> rouam, Irnth �ml furmmo, )?l.l; .1 t'.:no-ment, 4 rooms, �1) n moalh; nil within 6 U) 7 minutes of horatMiiid Hf";im cars; fi-f.'put fares on both. Apply llENDKlt-SOX HUUS., tlawtliora at,, Kvorett. __________^"JL0^1 npi> BjKT, iiiilrost',U"�.i.-_t.ory house,0 rooms: JL unl'anii'!hcil aLtlo, all norivinilourcs, liot and culol wiilor. set tubs, bath, cluui-cio bolls and lighting, fur-aacc, lmv nlud , i?lH.'j^ir., ^ii, {?io.r�o, ^r�.r.(i. i-'Ai;Nsuronni', gu\ jMain St., opp. .McLliodis: elairoli, -Mollusc._     It. nno IjSu'r lit Soatli i'.ad, duL-Ulag houses on Tr(s ,H_ taont st., lTi rooms; "\V, >cntou St., 1'J rooms; Warren av., liJ rooms; Concord sq., 1^ rooms; Clies* tor so., 1*1 rooms; YVclliutflon St., l'J rooms; K. Chester nl;., 1-1 vooms: Northainnt.ou Bt., li rcoins: roals j#G0i> lo fflL'OO. h\ M. LKARS'KJ), 074V_ 'J'n-mont, �or. Kowton st;. It f"|lO ^BOT-You know tho place to j*o is why wa1 X udvoi'tbw ro; mills taction iruarautecil; Aniot'tcaa watches clMOi'd or a new miiiniiprlnir, gi; wutohea kmnod.  WlhSUN BIIO.S,, OJ^imov-.ir st, dSutf o25 mo ijEiT-In Kact Ikiiton, botwetm the two fer-X I'lcs, horso ears pass the door, briclc building, o-t xO'l, -1 doors; outfluo and boiler of 30-horsa power. lll'lMHV j). HILL, 1(10 ;jtntci st.       dSulOt* o'Ji) rjUfc l^QT-llostou Highlands, house, 10 rooms, X tiear cluetrtc curs; In oert'oci ardor; all conveniences; Urst-eliisB neighborhood; rent low. JOUXM* WAY, 223 WuaUliiKton si. dSutf o31 TIRO I-SS'jr-Kleyatit house of 11 rooms; every lu*-X provtMUcat; steam heat, with stable In wnm 23; rent low to right party only. A. A. J1KYKU, IT Aillkst._____USu^t* o30 mo llKT^Tiximry distriot, 18 Cedar at., first-X class BweU front brlek house. 9 rooms; inqxUve thero; also beautiful house of a rooms, 17 Spriog pk., Jamaica Vlnht._ It* rB^17".l,�:rF~nTm residence, of S rooma at Quliiey X rolnl: half aero of bind, with fruit trees; i-out g;*_0. til'OUGE 11. liltOWN & CO., Adams build-liiK, Qitlitey.__q8uot� ogtt mo i7jKfl,~5000 ft. on coruor, 2d lloor; also 3; X Jluooillccs, room on 4th floor, and a basement; elevator power aad heat; low rout. GOLVHNO & CO., Fort Hill sq.,aud -^'"t'^fV^J^ r�:li> i^E'II'-lVureheater, ^^0, new, handsome 7* JL. room liouso, garden, Al neighborhood; near olen. trie ears aud N. Y. A >i. It, it. 10ao WaaliUmloii lit., Mostun, _ to 1 p. m. It*  � TRhV B7K'.ir~lloiii8CM�'r 8 rooms, -18 Klmo st., Por- X rheuter, keys at HO; ilut 4 rooms, 07 6awyer St., aad (� rooms. 1134 Lenox sr.. kevs at store Lenox: tit.  rooms on Kadtcot av.; rent8H15 by Ua�! veur. Inquire of W. 11. LAW11KXCK, Bellingham! nv., or lo Oliver st., Uostoa.__Sit-Vl*1 mo l^'i* in Mulfleu -1 lionsfa, 0 rooms each; retit-! X.^lOto^Id. S. II. KEITJI, Fuullmer station, Slald.n. dSu3t* nl    m  l.F/r, tit 70 Drlghtou st., near Leverett, Xstore snltuhls for market, avocorv, eto.  Apply on the prcailKcs or to I. MCXOY,t'35 WashlugtouaU lO Istf/V-ll honscH, 0 rooms each. Inquire ufi pi(J .Uudlcy st,, Koxbury. It*   , T WAXTJSSB>-A doable house, fi or � rooms fo�: each famllv, near ste:mi caas, �within 10 mllofl of r.o^un; N. V. & >'. K. or li. A A. railroad preferred. Address, stii-img tormit, location, etc., X ttlolw uillre.___It* �TIT ANT tc rtnt or lctia'.1, In or neur r.oston, small M estam suitable for l'aetorv; price ryasonuble. Call b'.tv.ecu 7 and 8 o'clock: p. m., or address S Vuinti Uark bi, Uoston. K. L. JOUNSOX.dSum�o2a IftJC'EiKS^'Ek-S bous&s to let on Cotfcigtf av.. near Mystlostutlou; mudenilmprovomeutsl pxcclhMit location and miconsiblo rent.  Apply to J4 -"..... dSuit* oSl II. SICWMAN, 10 Central ne. WiVa'riKIB-To lease and furiilali new building^ iibani 7fi rooms, for hotel lu city at Hoaton; lo-i eatloii niuat be flrnt eliiaa.  V 18, lilobo ofllce.  Sull*' CJ A I^iaVKIilK'f _ ST.--.Storo toietT825 per; 9 tfc iiK-.iithj key nt O'Connor's furniture store, C8' Leverott at, AdOretu oivner, �. O. box 2U08, tlostonJ ''It'ss. asuit* o31   j FURNITURE, ETC. BAfSKJOSE UMAlltS-lIartdrecl ot aecond. hand uiul new, all nuikes und prkes, at OUP-1 b'ORO ic CO.'S muiuinoth bmtier suptdy honso> llu W-aahington St., entrauee ii Harvard dL, opui >l>lk st;_______ Siia3f life  , IjiritMlTiritE, eutpets, lodgtng-Lousea o.n� . ilim bought tor casu. C. It., 81 Ciumdlerst. _   7>OK SA3LE-Velvet cartiet, S5 vd�., nearly' .r tiew, and Magee parlor stove, named MUUeuxy No.     Address 2oa Chelsea at., East Boston. It* Ki\ SIXOXD.HAKB barter chairs, S3 op�J t>V word. T. XOOXAS _ CO., 41 Eiebange St. DETECTIVE AGENCIES. 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