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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 2, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE-SUNDAY,  NOVEMBER 2, 1890-TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES. 'See Pages 7,13 & 15 For additional small classified advertisements. BUSINESS CHANCES. SELL My drug store, as my health is Tory poor; It is well worth anybody's money to step right Into n good business; everything new, and good trade. Address II. 0. A., Lynn, Moss. It* ALSO variety end bakery, living room connect, od; nicely stocked and fitted} clears, confection' cry, school supplies; jnsttho place for lndv; securo tills; J5800. BAILEY .t BAI!TLETT,13 Sohool.SilM* A I-BOVMIOX market, grocery, SB lodging-houses} all prices; dry poods store, livery business, barber 6hop, milk routes; 100 other chances; Boveral bargains. BAILEY Trrooin. West End; price glSD.  l'eople's Bureau,  l.r>  Cornhlll, room 2. ____il.Su.4t* nl CIGAR STORE-2 stores causes Bale; will sell either; trial given.  10.0 Stiinlfurd st.   It* DIJfIW�-SAliOON,wcll piivlng.lor sale; will seat SO; on a principal street, near 2 depots; must be sola at. once: cause lor Belling is sickness. Inquire at 101 Kiu'eland St._BSu* Dlllli STORE will be sold at a great sncrl-tlce to settle an eslnte; pood location; cheap rent; come und Investigate and make us an olfer, WILLARD, -1G School St. It* EXPRESS for sale; plenty of work for a good, steudvnian; each trade.  Address II. CRANE, JR., 1014'WnshingUin st., ward 24._ SuM* F" DltKISKKD lodging-house, 14 rooms, good business location, always paid well, price j&oGO, onlyj3300 cash down; rent only fiflO mouth; sick ness cause of sale. E. 8. WOLFE ,t CO., fio Court st. IJURSTI8HJ3R lodging-house, 12 rooms; cvery-; thing noiit, clean and good; located near Upton st.; price �550, easv terms; must be sold ut somu Iirice.  E. S. WOLFE -A few representative men with a VV little capital to Join a syndicate to buy controlling interest of an enterprise that will pay large prof-Its at a price that will more than double In value in a very sliort time. Eor particulars address W 174, Globe ofllco. It* WAN"TEI>-Nowspaper routji, selling 3000 to 8000 dallies per week, where seller will retain care of Sunday papers, r 180, Globe ofllce. Address giving cash price It* _   _        Lodging-house, good location; also lot land in Dorchester. Address 11 111, Globe ofllce. It* (JOK "WILL socuro Interest in travelling troupe fffi^fj aBcnshlor; will pay big money; no risk; start immediately. Address 1' 101, Globo office, II* (�!OKft RITX8 a safe and reliable business, Cp^O\F needed In every city, that will pay from S100 to S200 per month net profit; no competition, us this huslness Is protected by patents controlled by this company; exclusive territory given. Address A. T. THOMPSON & CO., 13 Tremout row, Boston, Mass. dSntf oil $4001 CAJIl'MELl. LIOItT manufacturing business; big profits; established 0 years. N. J. " 12 School st, It* (S>,4 aa-haij INTEREST in best job 3B,3tl"U printing business In Boston; going to California causo for selling. rilll'l'S, 230 Wash--Ington st. _ _WSSn* 020 t2> A A A-BEST OYSTER and dinlnir-room cacUU In the State; no competition; open Sundays; owner going abroad. MORGAN, 227 Washington st,________ _OOKA-''l"lSAM>-I want Borne man tlp_,_(jU who has money nnd means huslncas to see my cigar store and pool room; no old hunters wanted. Address Business, care Carrier No. 2S0._ APARTMENTS AND  TENEMENTS. A-NEAR COP1.KY SQ.-To let, cor. St. Botolph and Garrison St., 3 minutes from Copley sq.,'suites of 6, fl and 7 rooms, besides bathroom, handsomely finished; every Improvement, Including marble hall and stairs, open fireplaces, buy windows, steam heat and janitor service; every room open to sunlight; rents JICO. pCG and gOO; special Inducements on account of lateness of season; open dnllv and Sunday. HENRY W. SAVAGE, 03 Court St., cor. Cornhlll. _It* A-40� I5EACON ST.-Suite to let; one of the plensnntest locations in the city; magnificent views of Charles fiver and Beacon St., 7 rooms besides bath rooms, open fireplaces, marble halls and stairs; rent low. Eull particulars at ofllce of HENRY W. SAVAGE, 63 Court St., cor. CornhiU._It A-70 KUNTINiSJTOrVr AV.-To lot, hand, somo suite of 8 rooms and bath, _ largo chambers, 1st floor, having every possible convenience, iiiclufting electric bells and'locks, open fireplaces, extra storage rooms and vegetable- closets; every room open io light and air, and finished In the most arllsl-lc taBte; rent extremely low. HENRY W. SAVAGE, (IS Court St., cor. CornhlU._It A-THE STRA8RVRG-To let, especially desirable sulto ol 7 rooms and bath, on Wesf-land av.,ovorlooklng Back Buy Park and Longwood: every room sunny aiid large; steam heat, janitor and even'modern improvement; one of tho best-streets in the Hack Bay; Huntington av. and Back Bay cars; rent low. HENRY W. SAVAGE, 03 Court St., cor. Cornhlll. It AFLAT to let, junction 'Fremont and Common Bts.; 4 rooms and bnlh; very light and sunny; range, set tubB, etc; rent, �30. IIENKY W. SAVAGE, 63 Court St., cor. Cornhlll. It A-RACK BAY flat to let,, near Mechanic's . Fair building;C rooms and bath; In good neighborhood; range, set tubs, bay window, _c.; rent, S28. HENRY W. SAVAGE, 03 Court St., cor. Corn-hill. It ALLSTON-Fine apartments of 1 rooms nnd bath, elegunily papered and decorated; separate entrances and cellars; set tubs, range, hot-ami cold water, shinies and screens, complete in everyway; 3 minutes' walk from station and electric cars; rent 816 and K17 monthly; flisUclass reference required from each applicant; can he seen every day, including Sunday. SAMUEL HANO, Allston, near BUUlou. ___|_____SuWS* 112 APA KTMEKTS-ll ost on Highlands, choice corner apartments; outside, sunny, inacioiiB rooms, all conveniences; eligible location; various lines of car acoommodaUoiis, and at reasonable iirice. Apply at the house. 86 Fort av., cor Highland 1'ark St., Boston Highlands, or to LUCIUS W. CRAM, 17 .Milk St., room 6. dSutf mvS APARTMENTS to let, Falmouth     - - - - _m jlo    mt. on West CheBter pk., __     ...        nd Caledonia sis., of from 8 10 8 rooms, bath-rooms, steam heat, hot water, janitor, oto. Apply to C. S. MATTHEWS, 23 Court st. Sud7t* 82 ALLSTON-1 very choice apartment of 0 rooms and buth, elegantly decorated and flnLshod in beet manner; entirely separate In every wny, with shades and screens, furnace und laundry; rent S2G per monlli; unquestionable reference required from each applicant; can be seen every day, including Sunday. HA-JIUEL HANO, Allston, near station. SuWS3t* n2 APARTMENTS of fi ROOMS, B Caledonia st., third door from 301 West Chester pk.; up 1 tlight. Inqidre ut suite I), or nt 33 Equitable building. SuM* BEACON ST.-Suites to lot In fine new apartment house, 260 Beacon St., near cornor Dartmouth, with all modern oonvenlenoeB, elevator, steam heat, telephone, etc., will be leased at low price to fill It up at once; house open for inspection; rents W1000 and upwards. Call on or address J. 8. MANFULL, 04 Equitable building] also have somo good real estate to exchange for improved Brook-line property.__dSutf old _ 1~7LATS-To let, West Chester pk, near Ilimtlug-. ton av., finished In marblo and cherry, tiled vestibule und hall, electric bells, lift, janitor, steam heat, 0 and 7 rooms, besides large ami numeroua closets; fifiOO to gtJOO; also offices In l'emberton bu.. N. W. LA DO, 23 I'ombei'ton sq. Stiff o20 FLATS-st., Ens' -To Iet,nlce new lluts.O rooms, on Byron ;ast Boston; rent 12 per month. Apply 01: the premises, or to JOHN F.SLATTEltY.l B Charles town St., Bnston. ThSu*  030 I_1LAT8 to lot, S. Boston, 4 rooms, 82; 8 rooms, .P4; 11 rooms, SO weekly; 622 8th St., to small fiimllles only. 1030 Washington st., 2 to 7_p. 111. It* FLAT, 30 Forest st,, 2d floor, 4 connecting rooms, housekeeping, grounds; location fine. It" FLAT to let, of 4 rooms, for housekeeping 83.60 per week. No. 112 West Concord st. It __' OOMS-Wanted, 3 rooms for housekeeping, unfurnished, 10 minutes' walk twin P. 0. so.; '    A. L. 1'ICARD, rent not to exceed S20 per month. 37 Pearl St., Boston,  _.tS2U. SSu* gTJITJES to let of 0 rooms and until, SUIT of C rooms to let, J?20 month; all modem conveniences; 6 mlmilos to horse, electric and steam earB; Dudley st, station, N. Y. *fc N. E. R. K.; first-class neighborhood, high land,everything desirable. GEO. W. TOWNSENIJ, 82 Folsom St., llor-ceBter, or 202 Atlantic av.    � It* GllOCEBY Mid bal-.erv, �300, team Included; bow IS that'.' W. 11. SOLOMON',113 JJevonshlrest. ____dSu4l*  031 HOTEL for sale in Florida.- email hotel doing a good buslnesh. It. N. I'Hi.it'I;. Bamtirlian Hotel, Gainesville, Alii'liuu Co., rioiido.       Su2t* o20 HOTEL to let and furniture for sale In i'ark bo! G. 1'. MATHER, 20 Htvwinhlr* SU       BuM� ILLNICStS compels luunedluu- sale of profitable grocery and provision etore, wKb coal and wood litiftlneEs; detiinihl*- opportunity; tmv quick, don't lo�=it.   V. J. CA-l'BELL, 12 Schoo) st. It* SO. BONTOK-To let. tenement of 7 fine rooms. In best repair, lent SKI per month; 0 rooms, &1S per month; small house, 7 rooms, $4 per weeli.; all good locutions; don't write, come and see 1'. B, 0011BETT, 388 Broadway. SuMW n2 all the modern conveniences, in perfect repair, resoectablo and pleasant surroundings; rents S17 to j?22. Apply to Janitor, 40 Hammond at,     SuM* SUITES-Beautiful new sunny suites, 6 and" TO LET-Chelsea, 7-room flat, oor. Parkor and Sponcorav.; Urst-olass neighborhood; sot tubs, light, airy cellar; take Broadway car to PnrkersM the owner will be there this (Sunday) afternoon. It* T" " o"_et-Corner apartment, fl sunny rooms and hath, up I flight; steam heat and Janitor. Apply at suite 1,1 Unloii pk._ 1'* TENEMENTS to let, 3 and fl rooms, bath, range, hot nnd cold water, etc., on Hammond st.; rents low. HENRY W. SAVAGE, G3 Court St., cor. Oornhlll. _�_ TENI!51,JVTof 4 rooms to let on Carver St., near Park sq.; rent #14 per month. HENRY W. SAVAGE, (13 Court st., cor. CornhlU._It nnrONEMENT to let, 4rooms,noareor.wn8hing-I ton stand Kneelnnd ats.. large and sunny; rent SIS. HENRY W.SAVAOE.03 Court at.,cor.Cornhlll. rTTON-MKSfT of 3 roomBtoletat North End. JL near Hanover st., first floor; rent jjllO. MT. 8AVAGE, 03 Court Bt., cor. Cornhlll, HENRY It, TENEMENT of 4 rooms to let on Kneelnnd st. In good order; rent, �17.  HENRY W. SAVAGE, 03 Court st., cor. Cornhlll. _ It TENEMENTS of 3 rooms to let, at West End, on Blossom 'St., first, second nntt third floors, rents 82.26 per week. HENRY W. SAVAGE, 03 Court St., cor. CornhiU. ' It TENI3M_NTS-2ulcc lenemcnts in Roxbury; modern conveniences; 4 nnd 5 rooms; rentS12 nnd #10. Apply to D. J.~McGRATH, 7 Mlckford av., ltoxbiuy. ' 1* nnENEMENTS of 2 or 3 rooms, more or less JL each at very low prices, at 78 Berlin st, near Trcmont Bt., Metropolitan station, Apply on promises or 10 G. W. TATRO, D41Vo Tremout st., or P. DIFFLFiY, 1 lliUpn BL.,.e.or. Lenox st.  dSutf n23 TENEMENTS-At West End, 4 rooms, Just put. in good rtipnlr, hoar Cambridge St., lor re. spcc.table working class; ronta go and glO. Apply janitor, 10y> No. Grove St._SuM* TENEMENT to let'of fl rooms at 01 W. Cedar st. 1 rent 322 per month; apitrtmout of 0 rooms and hntlr-at 71) Mvrtlo st; rent g4B per month. VILtJS >�ifiJlI'I'Hi 63 Trcmont st._It* rjiEKBlireSTS oc.3 conneoUng rooms to lot. JL arranged for.worklngmen's families; rent 88 and �10 pormonth. Apply ut office iear072 Harrison av, 1 SuTTh*  Il2 TENEMENTS to let, 41 Church St., 2 rooms, rent $12 per month; 113 Hammond St., 4 rooms, tip 1 flight, 810. J. FRENCH _ SON, 220 Washington st. SllTTll n2 TENEMENTS to let of small families at low rent lses,024aud 020 Shawnint av, ___        _ , 3 or more rooms for X small fnmilies at low rent. Apply on the jirom--     --- '., to Mr. 31IFFLEY. dSutf s3 TENEMENT wanted of 2 or 3 connecting rooms, WS per week; South or West End. Address G 172, Globe office. It* TENEMENT to let, rent S13, 5 rooms and bnth. Apply to J. E. SCOTT, Laurlat av., near Dorchester station, N. Y. .t N. E. railroad. It* n^NEMENT^-Timms, bath and furnace hoot, X to small family. 27 Spring Garden st.,)Dorches. ter, near Crescent av.; 0 to 11.__It* ENEM.ENT of 3" rooms to lot, In good repair, at 34 Bradford st�__It* rjSiiNEMENT--t connecting sunny rooms to X small family; gll month. 381 SomcrvIIlo av., Somorvllle. dSuSt* 031 TENEMENT to lot atlOO Leverett St., 8 rooms. Apply from 11 to 12,_ SSu* nriHE lAUOHAM.Ko. 22 Elagdon st.,Copley X sq., 2 suites, one of 3 and 0110 of 4 rooms, and bath, elevator, steam heat, and a first-class caterer; all meals served In your private dining-room; favorable termB to desirable tenants. W. H. TRE-WORGY, owner, 30 Kllby St., 8 to 12.   dSu4t* o30 WANT_i�, 3 unfurnished rooms for housekeeping bv u small family of adults, within a short dlstaneo"of Winter st. Address, stating price and locality, B 115, Globe office_It* g NICE. PLATS of  6 _ ^_v_ .�,._*.J - rooms each, newly _ puiiered and painted, to a family without small children, S12 month. Inquire of JOHN CAU1LL, 160A Prospect St., Cambrldgoport.__It* OAQ'K w_�_xw�rTdiT st.-To iot, _"LrO  handsome flat of fi rooms and bath; range, set tubs, electric bolls, marble halls and large bav window; just completed: rent SS3. HENRY W. KA'VAGE, 03 Court st., cor. Cornhlll. It BOARD AND ROOMS. f> CHESTER SQ,-Front and back room, _- divided by portieres; street floor; plush furnishings. ^_Sud4t� ii2 rTlSOVI.STON PL.-Excellent table board, _l 83; 21 meal tickets, S3.60; S-dluiier, Bl.lB. Suil7t* n2 2 INMANA ST.-Side room, gl.26. basement. Call at It* O LARC1E Joining parlors, beautifully fur-& nlshcd, squnro nnd side rooms, with hot and cold water, furnished, heat. 30 Dulou pk. and 17 Hanson st.__dSu7t* o27 3~ "iifoLLIS PL,', off Hollls st., nicely furnished front parlor; 84; suitable for 2 gentlemon. ~" 4EATON ST., West End-To lot, 2 furnished square front rooms^_ It* neatly It* .t CONCORD SQ. ^a: few rooms, furnished to suit ocoupant l'rlvato family will rent a '   Suniur-lt* f< JEFFERSON ST., cor. Trcmont, J furnished rooms, 81.60 and ,?2 per week. neatly SSu* frr OliRNE ST., Beacon 11111, to let, squaro and O side rooms, couneutiug, In front; hot and cold water. It* ({ CHESTER S<4.-Handsome newly furnished ) rooms, largo nnd small; low rent.  dSutf my22 ____ . .  , a few doors from Wash- ... Ington St.-House has changed hands; superior lurniBhed apartments to let; use of front parlor and piano, It* ^� ORESTER SO.., MAPLE PL.. ofl'Oak Bt.; furnished room, large closet; also 2 unlurnlsbed rooniBj rent low. _________.___________ suite 4- roonis for light housekeeping. Q IIARWIUn.BT -2 unfurnished It* water, on sunny side. 9.MILFORIS. ST__Largo squnro room, furnished, up one flight, f urnacu heat, hot and cold  It* 9PARK. SQ.-Elegant large, "furnished or uni f unitahod, '   ' ' ' nontly. square and side rooms; low pe SuTW* 1 _t_> ST. * BQ.iuu0 1*00111 tl) lot,. -Nicely furniahed luruo It" 1 i ui�_rn�_J st.� J_X for liouaekoepliu;. �To let, 2 furnished rooms It* nSTAXIPORW ST., West Emi, nicely fui'nialieil Bqtuiru rooms, with hot and eoia vi-.ter, and liu'imce hcut; boi'.nl tf d.slr�d, CI___flTEIt  N�>. -Elegantly .urniahed ____ rooms, nil conveniences, very reaaomibloif applied lor at once. It*1 12 1 f> E. BPRIROIFIELIJ ST.-FurnlBhed-X - rooms, one flight; water, gas, for Bght housekeeping. It* IK IS ALTON ST., Back Bay-To let, O in '' " 3 uu. urniBhed rooms, steam heat and range. It* TK~"w'fNWsOK"8T" X*J on bath-room floor;, family; rontlow^__ -Furnished square room heat und gas, hi private SuM* 1 n OAKLAKII ST.-Changed hands; fitted XO new; rooms fr2, &3, B4, 85 week; call and Bee, TT]if|u u,8. ________   _____________________   ST. - Front _    alcove room overlooking franklin sq.; nicely furnished; hot and cold water.       _ It* J^^� BAST  KKOOICLINE . J^rj' AS1ILANI* PL.-A kitchen ami dining; room for public use or Ught housekeeping. It* !Q MOV1KR ST.-Nicely furnished rooms; . O Btnuigers coming to Boston accommodated. Mrs. II. P. LINK. 01 POPLAR ST.-Furnished rooms to let to *u X respectable parlies, from 81 perweek upward. O i PLEASANT ST., near Washington St.- Furnished tenements, Qrbt floor, hot and cold water, to temperate people. SSu* OC> lEirLJtMrNCM ST.-IClcgunt square room, __ 2 fllghtu front.  Call Sunday and boo It.  It* �-Two largo eido rooms; It* �>(> BUWBOre ST. _ _ heated; with board.____ OO WOKCBSTEIl mi.- Nicely famished _0 square and side room, 1 flight front.      It* 23 CABEVER ST.-8 rooms for hoiiBOkeeplug. Inquire up 1 flight. It* rtO ST. CMARLES ST.-Suite of 0 fur-ajO nlshed rooms 10 let, in private family. SnM* OQ so i_0 square iront 1-00111, ____    East Boston--Jfoiu _ nished front room to let; one flight) batli; low rent. _ SSn* rjr^_ LIVERPOOLJST.; rrO EAST CHESTER PR.-Largo square i O room, nicely furnished, hot and cold water, furnace licit mid gas, $3.26 per week; 1 for 88.301 side room, gl.DO; references oxohanged. WFBu�o29 rjg CHESTHR^SQ., _____ east of Tremont St.- � v� Sqiraro and side rooms, one flight front, unfurnished (carpets nnd shades), or handsomely furnished new; furnished square room two flights ro'nr j no roomB without board; unusually good table) lo-cation uns urpassed; pleasant home 1 moderate prlcos; references glvom_-_It* _____________________  To let, a large front oom, will accommodato 4 persons.      It* gg OHANMLERST O A APPLETON ST.-Front nloovo room, 0_: newly furnished, every convenience     ' family; gentlemen preferred. private 88u< Q K WALTHAM ST.-Rooms for housokoep-oO lng; also alcove room._ SUM* .. large pleasant front room, well hoatcd; gentlemen  1 fi TREMONT ST., suite 2; oxtralargo iuX.\J front cornor furnished room; lodgers-or business. It* 237 door. WARREN ST. - Pleasant, sunny rooms, excellent board; eleolrlo cars pass It* OCiO ilJAWOTT AV.-Excellent _DO board; ladles, 83; gents, 88,60) single It* Orrrr COLUMRTJS AV.-A Bunny front �i i % room; private family; references ^required. dSuSt* oSl OQ/I 8HAWMUT AV.-Nlcoly-iu.-nislicd �i O     front square roomB to lot; furnace neat. SuTTh* n2 OQO COLUMBUS A V.-Handsomely fnr-^it/O nished square rooms; will rent reasonable. O Q A COLUMRUS AV.-Elegant furnished -' O rooms, on sulto or Blngle; everything new, all modern Improvements. _It* O Old TREMONT ST., cor of Shawmnt av., o* V a large Bquare, front and side room, heat, gas, hot and cold water; suitable for business purposes. _    It QAT COLUMRUS AV.-A light, cosy Ow  front squnro room, nicely furnished, hot and cold water, furnace heat, gas, bath, and very convenient every way.__It* g^yp"lUWSniT AV.-A very_ pleasant flight. unfurnished room with largo closet; one If f>A Q TREMONT ST.-O'HzO furnished rooms. �A tenement of 2 It* Q QO TREMONT ST. OOt/ nished side and square rooms. �To let, ulccly.fur-Sud4t* n2 A A A TREMONT ST.-Up 2 flights, newly �dtv/ti: furnished iwrns to lot to gentlemen. dSu4t* al A A C TREMONT ST.-To lot, rJc\J O nished squaro room; suite 1. nicely fur-It* Kf\Ct COLUMRUS AV. O V" \J cove and Bido room. -To lot, square, al-lt* Kt K. SHAWM ut AV. OXfJ field St.-Largo  and , cor. West Spring-Bmall rooms, fur-SSu* $4001 OOMS-To let, two connecting rooms, wator, hent, gas, nicely furalshed; any square room " nloo people wanted, 38 E. Newton at. It* Tl OOMS-To lot, 2 conneotlng squaro rooms, XV with hot and cold water and furnace heat; suitable for four persons. 03 Hancock, It* KOOM-Wanted, South End or Back Bay,squaro room, modorn conveniences, by young gentleman, or would share a room near clarendon st. preferred; nbout jj!3. Address!) 109, Globe ofllco.- ROOMS-To lot, In private family, two connecting rooms, Blngle or en suite. Hotel Chester, suite 10, 646 Shawmnt av. It* I>OOMS-Very desirable; gas, water, heat; ccn-V tral location; kitchen, parlors and chambers. Address W 173, Globe ofllce, It* ROOMS-Furnished or unfurnished, single or en suite: all improvements. Apply at suite 18, Holfmnn House. EOOM-To let, side room, front, gl.60 per week. BOB Tremont st. SSu* ROOM-To lot, nished. . . largo front room, nicely fur-14 Harvard St., Cuaflontown.WSu*o28 ROOMS-FurnlBhed large and Bide rooms. 422 Tremonla st,, sulto 4. It* ROOM-Sunny aquaro room, heat and gas, suitable for gent only; price S3. 8 Rollins st.  It* ROOMS-To lot, 2 or 3 rooms for Ught housekeeping. . W 189, Globe olBoe. It* ROOMMATE wanted, young man; very pleasant room; rent low. Address 11175,01obe office. ROOMS-ronton � -2 unfurnished rooms to let at 08 Wnr-t. SudSt* n2 SINE ROOM, nished; n Worcester st. _ _.   . cosy, warm and partly fur-rent �1.50 per week; .roferenoc.   62 WSu* 029 SQUARE and sldo rooms, cold water, also sldo attic 81. heat, gas. hot and 41 Clicstor pk. ThSSu* 030 See the warm, sunny, furnished front room to lot at 17 Woodbine st,--------------'------- Boston Highlands, near It* SIRE ROOM, also squaro room, water, bath samo floor. 28 Common st. hot, cold It* nrilSE MOTEL WATERSTON, 8Bulflnoh Xpl. 1 presents nU the comforts of home, with the conveniences of a hotel, Including baths, elevator, steam heat, electrio bells and all else modern; elegant suites and single rooms, with board and excellent service; a most comfortable winter home, within 5 minutes' walk of the business oontre of Boston; all car lines, depots and theatres near; prices moderate. ThSSu* o30 TO LET-At Boston Highlands, B rooms nnd water closet on snme floor, at 74 Bromley st.i rent 810 a month; also tenement of 8 rooms and water closet, on same floor, at 83 Shirley et., ront 87 n month, particulars of l'.D. OSGOOD, flO Cedar St., Boston Highlands. dSuDt o30 TO LET-Nice room, hoated; splendid office or place to live, BIB month, 169 Washliigton St.: 2 rooms, 178 Washington St., {116 and @2B month; rooms 32B Washington at., #8 to SIB month. Apply to Janitor, room 11, 326 Washington st. dSu7t oSl THE ALVORTON, 108 Tremont st. first ontranco from Boylston st.; elegantly furnished chambers to let to JnmUics and Binglogentlemon; this building is centrally located and the rooms are hoated by steam, lighted by electric lamps, and reached by elevator. Please apply on the premises. dSutf o23 TO LET-In East Somcrville, very deslrablo, newly furnished room; gas, bath, furnace heat; one minute's walk of horse and live steam cars; with or without board. Address Q108, Globe ofllce. It* ,j To LET-Delightful sunny nloovo and squaro rooms, handsomely frescoed and furnished; with or without board; private home; parlor beds, open grates and furnace. 33 Pale at., Highlands.    It* To LET-The ladles' know that tho State chemist Indorses the Egyptian toilet articles. 29 Tem- ple pi. SuTThS* n2 TO LET-Kltchen and dining room with flrst-class boarders; also lodging rooms, Apply at 1082 Washington st__If npo LET-Large, square rooms, furnished, front-Xing on Washington st,   '-'    ' --�-..--->..-.- ton St., near Dover st. Apply ut 1105 Washing- TO LET-Very plea Bant square or side rooms | very reasonable. Address It 180, Globe ofllce. TO LET-Columbus nv. �Furnished room in private family on Address B 107, Olobe ofllce. It* ____1 or 2 plensant furnished rooms at 83 ellington St., off Columbus nv. Apply at suite 7. (JlO LET- TWO ROOMS, connected; suitable for doctor, dentist, lodging or club room. 118 Mt. Vernon st. FSu* oSl nno LET-Xst. " �Neatly furnished rooms. 2 flights; rlugmiddle bell._ 167 Tyler It* TTRTURNISHER rooms at 134Wcst Concord U st,; rcforonce required. Apply after 1 p. m. It* WANTED by two Technology "students, furnished room, one flight up, 16 minutes from Institute; price go per week. T 122, Globe olBce. It* WANTE1D)-For gentleman, wife and little boy 6 years old, roomB with board.   Address, stating location, tcrmB, etc., M 104, Globs ofllce.    It* 518 cotTJMBVS AV., cor. alcove and square room. of Concord It* WANTED, by young gentleman nt South End. medium-sized room, with heat, hot and cold water, reasonable price. AddresB A 173,Globe offlce. KOI SMAWMUT AV, *J ^lX furnished: all for Ught housekeeping. �Desirable rooms, also large square back parlor WANTED-A squaro furnished room  with folding bed for light housekeeping for couple. Address H105, Globo offlce. It* Kit A COLUMBUS J tjytz room, furnished; AV.-Choice   alcove bIho upper front square It* 525 c.OMJM1B,JS A-V--1'!?0 parlpr und board. alcove, also square room, for gent, with It* fiflA TREMONT, directly opp. Clarendon- Ovv Furnished uppor rooms; house flrst-ole-Bs; board if desired. -To let, largo sunny _ . _ . house nowly fur- nished; low rent to permanent tenants. ThSSu* o30 IKilA COMMISWAV. .    _ Ji VPyb room, also smaller ones; house nowly fur- Rr/A TREMONT ST__To i O formerly  dentist' RUSSELL  ST.-To   let,   Bmall with Btove; also front 11* 242 irthed, connecting pnrlors; rent vetiHomiblo. roolna nd "bnth, all having outside windowKj tlno corner on 'WaBuinBton si.; superior plumbing. F, AV. TODD & CO., 18U Washington Bt,__SuTW*_n'J _ SUIXJGS-To let, 2 puUgb fl rooms, bnth and hot wat*!r; also largo bture, uood location. K. K. COCllKAis Forest 11111 Ktalion, B. & V. 11. R.  It* SiriXEK to let. 0 and provementgj also 3 KMrm�2^ta|;gle8 ut nished, _______ ___ roomH, with bivth, nil im- rovementg; also 3 roonis, with bath. S. OOLD- -� iileaijant roomn, furnitihed or unfur-SI2 Dudley at., oor. Adams, Hiphlundfi. SUlTJESfc-To let, desJrable 5 and 0-ioom suJles. A pply at 07 Luven-ti bt., i) to 1.  dSul0t*ii23 rpt> l.KT- JilogTiiit new suites with bifum hear, X oor. "\Varreu and Savin Mb., in hoteifl Maud, Hurold and Andrew; juBt completed; rents onlv to g37 raotithlv, to ritjht partiesuidy. A. A. AiKri:K, 17 Milk Bt., or janitor. '__SSu* npO Hotel Hcacom, Oxford bt., CambridRc; J. a handHOine npurtmeiit, 7 rooms and bnth, Irt-S' id, lieated by 'bumuu caia. i_ey ftt 24 feu .rumento Bt. neur steam und electrio or al jtmitor'B, SudLit* nl IWA.VT to buv a email /��-�uTjitgH nbop outside of Boston. C. N., i ahnuuLb Hotel, r.ohion. dSu-H"nl eh^anlly iurnUb^ri ro>>n lng; ery�d bru'gaiii; part cai inotit rotv^. AValtham n., 19 t\nti, is;_i"trn bpWavIUl puy-di.   COLKilA:;,   Tre- LO�ttIXO"jXT-^Aflitfl;TeaBftnt7R&KbuT->r.^iiUK' leiie"-JL ment of U rooms lo a^-ed eon]>lf-. �i. \Y. lio^ll .t Co,, real ebtittu ana insuiunct. V Blue JLiill av.. Rnx-bury, F'_>u* OK HAttCTMOUTH. ST.- To let, alcove or �t) Hqiiiiro room up one lHj^ht, with board.   It* i'urnUhed It1 ItW-VWOC'SC   ST.-Debirablo aQ\J aparUue.ntH.wlth all modern convenient; OK H�I_ir<�H.K ST.-Nicely furnished �0 fiquure and Bide roomn to gentlemen.      It' Qr? MONUMENT SQ. �d k jmrlor iloor, _________t Charlestown-To lot, will, priva'to toilet room adjoining; will let with elegant raoquetto carpeta, un-furnished, for J?8 per week; lurniBhed, 10; also hirye Biiunre room, newly furnibhod, \ newly fur-nitihed Hide room, ft'A: ull conveniences; permanenta only. _It* 28 2 VPTOS ST. let. -Kleely furniBhed rooms to Siid7t* n2 O Q VNrOJf I*JiC.- To let, newly furnished side j�q rooms, SuM^jfl fiiT.-N'icply ______ O h;t; married eoupltn preferred. furnished rooms to It* OQ KEKWICK. 1*K..-Sciuivre room fur-&%) nished, cabinet bed, alcove, parlor villi oar-pet and Bhaden. _       It* shades furnlslicd. let, 2 parlors, rooms: ournots and It* A TBEEMONT ST.-Front Bulte, would OX" let en sulto or siuglo; houKo furnished 11 rst- f*(X �7 rooms, dining-room and kitchen, purtly n O K TREMONT ST.-Plenaant furniBhed iiiit^rooms, singly or connecting; bathroom floor; corner house. 7KA THEMOKTST.-Tolet,2 handsomely Oza: furnished front Bquare rooms at muderuto �J AQA WASHINGTON ST XvO" squai'o room, ftli.GO; elegai Bquare room, 1 flight, #5;  sunny squaro room 1 Lnrge front elegant large front square room, S n, 1 flight, flfi llfght, g-i; all nicely furnished, bath, furnace. 1 WABHINGTOJf  ST., 2 doon X.yUv from Oraiid Opera House, newly furnished rooms, with heat; from ga.50, #3 and #3.GO a week; by tho day DO cents; roomers have use of parlor. ilSuSt* o31 1 /^AQ W ABIT JINc TON ST., sulto 4. X^vJO lrront uud Bide room en sulto) gtis and steam. It* AWliAUTIFUJT. front room with sldo room connected, in strictly privato faintly nt Highlands; locution unsurpHBsed; electrio ears: rooms newly furnished; bonrd If desired. -Atf Uluo Ilill av, W aged American lndy having n pleasant nowly .. furnished front room, 1 flight, desires to rent for tho winter to a genthmum of respectability. Apply at tU Sunlford, sulto 1. It* Al^.lK.ONT square and side room, handsomely furuiahed,siuglyorconnGoted.iUWcst^o\vtoiiHt. }">OAHMI>- A~ few roomB, connected with the j home department of the Tremont College of Muslo, can be secured will, board, by ladies not connected with the lnstltullont terms, �8 to JJ5 pyr week. Apply ut the college, lluutlugton av., cor. thiinaboro st. It* BOARl>, 2 parlora, furnlaJiod, open gralo, f ur-nneo heat, piano; also other rooms; terms low. (J, Carrier 750, Dorohoster. _    1"" C^lffKU-I) wanted to board; good euro; near Kta-j tlou; convenient to Boston. Box 18(15, Woburn CVL AMM13K-To let, at tho West End, n aquaro (diumber in u private family, furnuco heat, gas and runhlng water, eontrally located lor gentleman roferenceu exchanged.  31 Allen st._BilM* CO-ILUMBHTS SQ., NO. 5~To kt, large front aleove room, second floor: also sunny back parlor, handsomely furnished, all improvements; excellent board by well-known hotel keeper; references. ENtai-ISIIM AN wants boned, bed and wash-lng for SO per week, within 10 minutes ol rranklln st., in houao with other gentlemen boarders; the moro the bettor. Address D 168, Globo oilice. It* FI-OBfclDA-A Mans, family woidd like a few boarders lor the winter " "  " J.w> Funhik Springs. Khi. . delightful climate; near Address 1'. 0. box 01, Chlph-y Su3t*  n2 I^KltNXSMKtt It OOM fit to 1 JL? room and sldo roomB, 10 Whoole: front square dHu3t* I?UJENISMKM . Vleasant St., rootr or  unfurnished rooms.    (10 It' GBtANVXI_I.I_ IlfOUSE and cafe, 07 to 01 Green st,; furnished rooms with steam heat, �2 to f?D a week; 00 cts. to #1 a night; board, gents jFS.So, ladies ,^11; open nil night.  E. OTTO.      If HIOXII-ANOS-KoomB to let, furnished or unfurnished; will the lady who culled Thursday ouU again. Ku, 1 IlayneB pk., suite 3, off "VYnrrtm st. owns. )T1I ST.-Bide and square FSu* o31 30J________.________ OA ALBION ST., Mt. MeaBant-A large al-OV/ covo room, Ileal, goa, hot uud oold water; also n furnished chamber. dBu7t* 02ii Of) MtXFOIsfl* ST.-Xcatly furnished rooms; tj�*-i gentlemen pri>ferr_dj_     It* O V>~^_Alt D3"MONT X*Xt., oft ColumbuR av., fj�J - oi 3 rooiuK to let,partly furnished; rent low. ri>l> T.ET- X wat,r. Flats, 3 or 4 nice roonis, bath, hat garden, �10, �12; house, 0 niet- rooiiLS, . gji'-lta, fit; all American in:igliboniouds, S�imcr-i vlik, iji-nr ciirb; flat, 3 nice roums, ifl'; new Ijuuse, '- fL'O.  Iu30 WahJilmjtoa Kt., Bos tun, 2 to 7 \>. m. It* 85 K 2tt?Tr.AXl>   fiJt>.- To   let,   furnlahed *>r* 'ITMPLl] ST.-l-'mnt, rotmj, st 'OIU:KMTESR ST. - Furnished connecting sniuire ami side room; modern eon-vi-nn-ncee; lluhl hoiist-!;f*i-plHi,'. It* rpo W:T-Suite 0 moms, bath, ranee J �leolrlr: ilcbll- ..... -UOX'HE - JJowdoln,   SUailord, U'ulHuui,   Vpujn,   Uirtmontfj sit. COi.l.M.-. N,'J Tieluoi.l row.     _OBl'.3t*  111 J < nuii-i,, l..:lls. W. 1'. t'tib, iiesi:oed, eleotrle liiihtin^imd tut- Omul!, 1 niin-.iUj io depot or h-.!rs <;jr.V  �XL's AN, 41 'irt-moiit �t., rt.'0m 0-......lt*^ :nt; ssnuli pav-mt. ciii^DAi'.u. dsuit* o.'5f> tOlXJlNG.lIOlMt:, 18 n rpo I.i:T, near Tivmuut BL, Ror.burv dlstrlot, X i.ii^i t'-ii'-siH-i.tii uf ii hud u roiimt, in good icpair, ; i jt.-t-j�'et_.l*lf- !npchL;ilca and laboreib; rcnto $S h'.ri tiff.   Apj.ly IilMI jt, 1 WbrtU-r st._   SuM* r|H� I.i:T- Aiuriimiii "J -4 rut.nia and bnth, fac-X r.-r C'uLLinbL.r. av.; if.-jt f-o'-ij rt'arty lor (m-.'m-un IlIA.'!: HILL AV.-L'tbtrable huge and amail roomn: lurnace beat, bath, gas; reusmi- auT* VUANDLEU  NT. - Xicidy unly. furnished oouib, muiiern conveulcnct:_, lor gentlemen SuTTbSSt  ill! ftO  ,,:�, j   Hin. i Nt.-liul M. . i ^  -.          J '  i, > Lv.,.:4-.l:s uU:& Ui ellv: no ^:id tuniitiirr h. 1' 3�,cJ. iji.'L�c trl'.dif    I.J TO LETS or 4 i,!.-... 1 �13.  ISO Mkrei-tui f.., ui rf>6"i5:t-Xt'w,-i�i i:no. X on rilbt tk.-.i, t-u:!,:,!,- l--i 6i>ec'.t�ble faiui:v Wllh-.u: c!.: niel b:.th eii'.ie ut., Ji- fll or atiur>. HOWnOIX NT., near Uracil, to 1.-1, de-IMn-.t r.iouib. .-ln^ly or eu haile. It* I'.ulo; t-tdti-. hitl and bjuare ru^m, Uiooern imjirove- l:t \v hl 'i.i"i,oN' _x7 i ,Jl-_- e.,hi iiater,t^1' t la.-mti. i::y.Mi. , f> i   lileelv Itllllbliid. !G4 '70 -A luive bunny p.-om li* IADY wfliits room and board permanently, i J heat and ku8, in elty proper; price not over |?f� a week; widow's tRinlly preferred. Address O 150, Globo oltlee. .SSu' LA.TX.iiE P.VltLOICH to let, newly and hand, Homely furnished; also large nlcoveroom; hot and cold water, ample closet room. S 107, Globe offlce. ThSSu* 029 and small rooms, furnished or uiifur-nlKhedi also table hoard, lira. A. J. WALKlilt, 7t)C .111 St., South Hoslon. It' LAJ�tOJB squaie room with board, furnace, tor 2 homo eoml'urts.  Carrier 700, liorchuster. If" IAIfrVwltlia pleasant home, and without ehll-J divn, would let 1, 'J or :i rooms, with or without board, lira. A. STKVKXS, Jlalden, iilass.      " NICE home for eldeiiv person In private family Address! (1 178, Ulohe oillce. : - . i)edhain t. j^-lCE FUK.1fXaM.ElJ UOOmsto let at 1 Nlk-OLllJIBt'8 AV., near Clarendon St.. ufrontroom, fundshed; steam hent,pts,closet; terms reasonable; references required. G i04, Hlobe oillce. If WOMAN wants a child to board privato family.----~ " best of care; G 170, Globo offlce.        It* CASK advanced on furniture, horses, carriages, pianos, machinery, libraries, stock and fixtures, f nrm Btock and tools, all of which can remain with tlio owner; wo also loan largo and small sums on watches and- diamonds, which wo place In lnrgo vaults, perfectly safe from tiro or thoft until called for; wo nay oft leases and advance more money; wo oharge- a very low rate.of Interest and glvo our oustomers every advantage of a large capital nnd long established business; loans If got for a month will bo extended without oxpenBQ, and all Iqans enn bo paid bv small Instalments, thereby reducing the Interest; if you are In want of money we respoct-fully Invito you to alvo us a onll; wo are vory eontrally located at 28 Court, st., Adams bulldliuy, onri. the Court House, up ono flight. FltANK N. WEST. dSuSt" n2 LOWEST INTEREST ASK MOST liberal terms of any firm in lloston; we loan In a few minutes gfi or mofo on furniture, pianos, organs, safes, office nnd store fixtures, farming stock nnd tools nnd uny property which may remain in owner's possession; also on diamonds, watches, jewelry, bank books, merchandise and all kinds of collateral security; borrowers can obtain a loan for 1 month and not bo required to pay the principal sooner than 1 yenr without oxtra charge for extending time; wo make a spoclaltyol' paying off furniture lenses and advnneing more money; if not convenient to call notify ub with particulars and wo will call with money prepared to make the loan at once; special offices for Indies; immediate attention given and publicity avoided. BEYKOLDB A CO., 10 State at. MON.lBir to loan on the oaslest tormB on furniture, pianos, books, horses, carriages, machinery. Insurance policies, notes, assignment of wages and all-personal property in town or ont, in sums of glO to jjilOOO, the proporty to remain undisturbed with tho owner; lonns can be had for n week, month or longer, and can bo repaid so as to reducB both principal and Interest; parties not wishing to pny their loans when due can have them extended without expense; our agent can call at residence if desired; business strictly confidential; no publicity; every convenience for the accommodation of lady patrons. I. M. SIEAtTSS, room IB, Globo building. TWThSSu* o28 �j^/JONlEYjrq IvOAWj as follows: SB for 8o. _ month/810 for ISo., SiG for 23o., 020 for 30o., ,^5 for 88o,, (ISO for 46c., 885 for BSC, SiOforOOo., 46 for flSc, #60 for 78c, S76 for 81.18, #100 for 81.50; for larger sums special rates; loanuinade in a few minutes from 86 to 86000 on household goods, pianos, organs, sewing machines, safes, horses, carriages, wagons, live stook and merchandise, same to remain with owner; also furniture leases paid off, moro money advanced; we also loan money on watches, diamonds, wearing apparel and all kinds of collateral Becurtty nt special rates; out this out; call orwrlte. Loan Fund Co., 178 Washington Bt,, room 8. HPBBAED Jb CO., 47 and 40 Court st., room 1%, opp. court house, up easy flight; avoid 8 and 3 pairs of Btalrs; 81t0 8B00, 6 minutes' notice; to heirs or part owners of real estate, lowest rates; quarter usual; legacies, diamonds, watohes. Jewelry, oto., furniture, pianos, all kinds of personal property left with owners | no publlolty, red tape, ices or charge for papers; leases paid; notes run 1 day, a year or more, and reduced 81 day, week or month; our savings bank syBtem guurantaed fairest, lowest and squarest in city; small loans a specialty. MONEY TO liOAN at one per cent, per month on unincumbered furniture, pianos, etc., to remain undisturbed with the owner; leases paid and moro money advanced: principal may bo repaid by instalments; prompt attention and honorable dealing; write particulars and I will visit you with the amount you require at once; all business strictly confidential; 'Cut this out for future use. Address box 1187, Boston. ASuBt* o31 MO�'_3Y at 3COW rates an� at an hour's notice on household furniture, planoB, organs, etc.; leases paid and more moneyadvancod; Bmall loans a specialty, and they may be repaid by Instalments or renewed without expense. O. H. HALL & CO., 78 CornhlU, 1 flight.    -8u6t� o28 IF 1'or -want money at low rates on furniture,' pianos, horses, carriages, watches, diamonds and all other personal proporty, confidential and Bquare dealing, apply to WOODBURY & CO., 41 Trcmont st. SuW n2 Htr�HAICD   and 0 per cent.; i'.Ibo on other collateral. CHA8, E. FOLSOM, 81 Milk St., room 10. dSuSt* o81 ^OAA AAA TO X.OAN on city and {roOv'U'.liUv Buburban real estate: a specialty made of seoond mortgage loans. J. J. CON- mortgage ] NOLLY, 10 Tremont st. It* fliKn fiAA"1,0 1-OAN on real and per-�J50v/�\/v"\/ sonal property.in small or largo amounts; all business confidential. Oall or address SWAN & ATWOOD, 27 Sohool St.      Sud7t* n2 Worx.it ---------- nished side room. exchange for French teaching fur-86 West Rutland sq.    It* 2I^AI>IES or a gentleman and wife can find pleasant home In private family, 3 miles out; beBtof references. Address E108, Globe oillce. It* 2OSt a small, rc __'oouib for light housekeeping. 67 Bromlleld. furnished or partly furnished     ----------- c.G. FISHER, It* DOCS, PUPS, ETC. ABAIICAIN-A large, thoroughbred English greyhound bitch and 2 female puppies, all mouse color; price 82B lor the lot, if sold tills week. W. J. SHEEIiAN, North Ablngton, Hubs._It COI..1.IES-Entire kennel, old and young; prize winners; prices low.   Lake  View  1..... Worceater, Muss. Kennels, It* FOJt SAIili!-Yorkshire terrier puppies, little gems; pug puppies, handsome; fox terrier puppies, can't bo beat; roiuid-boiided bull terriers, nothing better; a malteso terrier, a beauty; Italian greyhound, a King Chnrlos; dogs, puppies of nil kinds. TOM I'LAIW'S dog repository, 18 Travers St., BoBton. It* I7IOK, BALE-Cocker spaniel pups, 0 months ^old, vory handsomely marked lines and wldte. OTIS I'. WA1TE, Wluthrop St., Winthrop. Mass, ThSu* oSO 17011 SALE-Bull terrier pups: full blooded; } vory line; large roundheads. 2077 Washington Bt. WSu* o20 full pedigree. F. H. TOl'HAM, 288 Devonshire st. FOlt SALE-Two mnle black and tan pups, 0 wenlts old; very small; bred 08 E. Canton st. GKBYMOHTND8 for sale at Mt. Hollls. hound kennels, Holllston, Mass._ Grey-It Plir 6-For Bale, 4 English mastiff male pups, 0 weoks old; will sell cheap. JAMES HAGAN, 104 BrookUno st, Oambrldgeport, Mass!_It TUH celebrated bull terrier dogs Max, Ago Jim, and Kir John as stud; pups from tho above dog for sale; dogs boarded. JAMES MUNKITTHICK, 77 Chuowick st. It* FOR SALE. AN electric medical battery, Russell's make, with all appliances, nB good as now, for gl2. '' ' ' ^'  "ftobo ofllce. 1' 1B2, Gli address It* ________    BOO loads of loam. 6600 ft, of _sods, also good gravel, on estate of Worktngniou's Building Asso., Oenlral^t., In lloxbury,^onp. Lowell JjlOK. SAXE- Bchool.  W. II. TARBOX. WSSutf np24 I70R SAT..E--Large "premium grand" Btove, 1 used 1 winter; owner using furnace now; also range. U. M. WOODWARD, 217 Qutncy at., Dorchester, It* ITiOIt SALE-Lamb Knitting machine, needed In 1 nverv fnmlly. complete running order; also a sot United ytat.es copper colna of 74 ploces. COOl'ER, 28 school St., room B. It* }7i�Mi� SALE-Handsome new style parlor Btove, 1 nickel-plated, used but littlo: sell very reasonable. Address 10 Akron St., suite 8, Roxbury.   It* 17OR SALE-Carrots and mangel-wurzols by 1 the ton. Apply to YV". J. HYDE, Newton Bt., opp. Clyde st., BrookUno, Mnns. Sud4t* 112 T^OK, SALE-2 parlor atoves; prime order. Jt; Webster st., K. Somcrville. SuT* 11 10 ROLL-TOI* Dl'MK!), ETC, for snlo, low est manufacturers' prices. Sudbury Bt. Union Desk Co., 104 SBuTThtf 08 ST -Lnst from 313 Columbus ____av., city, on Tuesday droning If.stjbetwa.n 8 and 0, a small rough-coated toy turner; any person who will return the aame to the owner will receive the above reward. It* INSTRUCTION. BEALE'S Sbortlumd School, 180 '\Vnshiri_-ton st.; UfiO Kucee__rul gradiuitte;   5 Imndtjome pamphlets tree.  ________     dSttlSt* ol5 HYJPKCl-XISM-Pfiyeho-tJii-riipeur.ios; Beances Ui P-O^hUans^ tc.  ApplyJLii39 vt'iiahlnpton Bt. PE01*jW3 desirous of developing their medium, ijjtlc powers, eim Und a rare opportunity; strictly private circle.  For full information address C lBo, 10 It* "^ACHCX- For sale, eentrcboard sloop yneht X, Juliu, well found, Einuoih bottom, perfectly tight; line sea nnd c.rulslim yacht, carries '1 bouts on davits, newly iltted with plush cushions, toilet room and all conveniences; 30 feet 0 Inches lon-j, 13 feet beam, now sails, eouiprisinii mainsail, Jib, jib -ktr and balloon jib. it. C. .dSu"t*o:u topsail, loi'ff topsail, spinnaker and balloon COOK, 1U Morgan St., >'�v Uedford, Alass.d PA.K 1LOK8-To lt_t, lurge parlors, with aleove; carpets und shades, atcim neat, open 11 replace, lur^e- clobt'ts; privnte lauilly of two; will ha very lf-iisomible lo man and wile or nhiyle lady, �2 Falmouth st., near Cak-duuitt, suite 1. "       It* 13AIC JT-OIL to let-A very nlivlv f uvnitmed parlor . Willi piano, ior lady or j/'-nt, in a Hut with a widow ladv; very ph'Ufiani home; rent rciibonuble. 416 C'oluntbas av., bulte 0. It* TiiVmU smitU lc ~"fu i'll U 11* 1>icicnox In town occasionally cum havt .. bouR-Iy furnished parlor, steam heat, nt rent.  7 St. }\ui1j=l, near Mcchuido bmMiiiL,*. T )\OM,6it8^-To^ J. mshtul vr mtlLirnl*bt.'d; biithroum jl-.ior. 'W'cdt Coiieotd st. EOOMH-ln)prlvatr lamily, an nh-ovt-, ijuor. up one Ilifhl, ur would let Lbeui bt'paiait-ly;  vim board with family If desired. ISeu'iou bt. Inquire at lids AVi'Sl It* U VVIi-IIT W'i\- Tu n- .10. :<'Npr<.-t:.bU- pal tic i:.V2.:_t Af.i*  si'. I =.r-.iiii. Ilia-' '.'t b'llJl ;liUt ii K."r.vi�A."il_.KT. "'!" h-t, : b-t. fiirnb-hvd bquure �i; rem Ijw.   Su'i* 1(2 - KuTi:i6la-il Kjuare \a\ n'Ll wutt-r. SulU-1, ROOMW-1 aide and stmart' ruom to b-i, nt-wly 3urm_htd. m a prlvait- fandlv; ho! and colU wuUT.t.tc.; rtf�iciK' "I> U. s. ItlC'-tFOItO'S I'rivnlo Sclluol, ltt Teuivde pi., lioitoli, lor youths or adldta; all pupils instructed separately; uo cliihaeii; 1 hour le6*ins; all brunches l:un.lit: dav or evfj-m;. SuWBt* oto POULTRY, PIGEONS,  ETC. I7AXV1* r*l . m., or uddr 25 Eden St., Cliarleslowri, Maas. dSuSt*  li'J 'each.  "     """ 10 young lirauiuh liens, 70 cents Mr. HILL, opp. Myttic ik-uac, Medfoid, 11* I^OU fcAl-K-So large >arlv pulk'ti J?Ur. U'ViNS, Aptd.-ion �*.,"Maiden. ulle~ts, 75c. each, if QJIOK'MJIAWH- Private Instruction; tvpewrlt. lOers sold and let; easy tonus. 110 Trcmont st. SSu* THOKOXJOH IKSTKVCTION-Experl-enced teacher of l-nigllsh branches, writing, niiitlieiniitlcB, Lullri, fJreef: and elocntlou; college preparation; backward pupils a specialty. X. J.M. 179 Tremont at., room 1-1.    _ It* rriM^OKA'PHY-Laily wishes 1 pupil at'her i uwn resldem'.e, telecrnpliy, afternoouQ or oveu-Iiiks; lowest terms. Addres3 T 121, CJlobe otllce. rnELEGKAPHY, shorthand and bookkoep. X lint; tlrst week's inatructiou free. llall'K collegt Sud-lt* ii2 D21 Washington St. YOUNG r,AI>IES, the best plnee to louru shorihiind and typewriting in llotitori Is at lloston Young Woman's tynrlstlnn .VBSoclillion, 40 Rerkelev st; for CO lessons only $12 is charged. CHAJtLES LtOXAltD PLETCHEK, Principal. It' Q-j A-PRIVATE I.ESSOIN'S, duyoreven ing. tu itersous of any fige; full tonne of 10 weeks; English brunches, including bookkeeping; never too lute to learn; education will asfilhi you In obtaining employment.  N 88, Globe inlu-u.     It* WINES, LIQUORS, ETC. (1UAKLKS B. GASSETT A- CO. j UlacUatone st, 24 and 20 Kndicott st.-old 101 . . illlll- lly wine tilore; cliuii u iiiiuors tor l;in:liy and nu-dl-.: iual use; llnestbruuds of iViuibon und rye iihLsUev.s tans, briuidit-s und new lCnglaud rum, wiiu-s, *-l'c; give us :i trial. Sitdtl  ultl _WI3.'E�-Sbcri-y, TMI.1 l____  '.vines, gins and biaudk-s _...... -fcneriy, poii. an- llca, caluwbu, ?1 I'er gulh.u; a lli.it-l-laijd stock ol Mdn^ji and Honors constantly uu hand; send tor price list. U. W. 11. SA.MJOltX, SI Sorth Murket St., liOilull^__^f*1'11   �'t it CO.-Importers and dealers in __.     ._____ .7tH.i Wuidilunloll f... lU.slon; price list; Old Crow whlsliry, t'i'.DO ]�.r tul., gl per bottle; Ileruiluii,*e rve, ?I1.7r. per ir;d., tl jur buLllr; Proutier i\-e. ^".50 per jral., 7fic. ia-r holtle; duuble distdled llourboji. ^ per pi., Mk\ per (iiiart; lllue tiraiis live or ll-.mrbon (diatil-lailon lj>t>0), l>*r gid-, jil per quart; t'ul. wines, flyal. Siulli s',' witii hlin; ha can curry HilD lbs. up. Ho. _0. IIAItOLD, bay Holdlnf, IBB^hnnds.welEli 1050 lbu., 5 years old, by Young Bashaw, dain by Comet Morgan; here Is as flno n specimen of horse lit'Bh as ono cotdd huvo made to order: a beautiful dark bay, with good strong limbs, short back, heavy musoular development, good action, a modol of strength and beauty combined, naturally every inch a good one, and faidtloss in form and llnish; ho Is a lino driver, and will suit the most exacting purchaser ho Is also a superb saddler. No 20. CLOUD, black gelding, 16% hands, weight 1025 lbs., D years old, by the great Joe Hooker, dam, a llrocn Mountain Morgan mare; this horsu Is very lino jet black, lon(?, line neck, high head and tall, with marvellous kneo action, a gnind looker, a high hooker, and a rapid mover; ho hi all one oould usk for If uindo to order; a perfectly rellublo family horse, and can trot a mile in y.fiO. Ho. 27. SIGNAL, bay gelding, 10 hands, weight 1100 lbs., 6 years old, bv lloyal Fearnaught, sire of Sllvor Thread, S.inVi'; tit. Elmo, ii.lOVi] Hoy, 2.21Vi; Gladys. 2.23, and several others that havo shown better than 2.30; hero Is a horso flnolv bred, well broken, well proportioned, with excellent trotting action, and a wny of going that denotes that he will Improve fast if only handled a little; ho can show closo to a :)-uiinute gait, and Is safe for any ono to urlve; he is a pericot family horso with quality, style and action. Ko. 28. ItOllINHOOI), chestnut horse, 10 hands, weight 1100 lbs., 0 years old; by Stllson, first dam by Old Bayard; this is a stronfr, powerful horse, ruplu-nalted, naturally fust, with pure action and a born trotter; he ill standard bred on both sides, and is abundantly able to demonstrate that he is worthy his ancestors; to any gentleman who will ride behind him he will show all the speed and more than oould be asked of an untrained horse; he can easily trot In 2.50, and will improve rapidly with a little handling. JtNo. 2l(. SPANKElt, gray celdlng, 15V2 hands, weight 1160 lbs., 0 years old: cobby built, very handsome and Btylish, and a perfect family horso in every'partlcular, being an up-huaded.lprompt, gamey driver, a cheerful roadster of 10 miles an hour, fust walker; knee actor, fearless of all objects; safe for any one to diivo, and will uiako any oue happy who owns aud drives him. Ko. 30. ELMON'T, dapple gray gelding, 10 hands, weight 1160 lbu., (I years old; with lillill style and knee action, a bold, resolute driver, sharp roadster, a very desirable horse for coupe, brougham, or victoria, thoroughly well broken and safe for any one to use. The above horses aro first-class In every particular, without faults or tricks or any kind. '1 bey are now on view for examination and trial to test their speed and driving qualities nt any time previous to sale. All Intending '^purchasers are earnestlv requested to call and examine and ride behind "any ol the horses, as we shall be pleased to slioiv tlieiti. In addition to the above we shall also sell 40 head of line driving, road, family and I111.sl1n.-s5 hordes, from Indiana and Iowa; descriptions of which will be furnished at sale. As In nil of our sales each and every horse will be strictly sold to the highest bidder, without reserve or limit whatsoever, l-.iil.hfully described and fully warrarutd as represented. J. FltANK. PICKETT, Auctioneer. Su.iat n2 By CIIAS. W. SA1VYEK, Auctioneer. Boston offloo, Olobe building, 2*4 Washington Bt.: Oharlestowii ofllco, 0 City oa. . Commissioners' sale; two estaton, Cook et, Charlestown, WEDNESDAY, Nov. 0,1800, at 3 o'olook p. m.; Ist. The ostato 2fi Ooolt St., comprising a substantial three-story two-touant lioivso, la rooms, with about 1260 ftot of lund: Immediately after, the estnto 4.4 Cook st.; is a throe-story, three-tenant house with about 620 f oet of land; both of the above-mentioned cotatcs aro good Investments; are located near Bunkor Illil horse oars; high land and very plensantj terms, 3100 at saloon each estate; bat auce lu 10 days; must be sold to Bottle tho eatate. JSj- C-IAIt_.ES iv. SAWYEtt, Heal Entate and Auctioneer, 214 Washington St., Bun'.uli, Mil.-,:;.; CliurleriLowu office, 0 City SQ. Estate for Improvement, 2-slorv house. RR Ttr.rtlett St.. (Jliiillesiowu. Tlll'ItSlJAY, Nov. �, 18H0, in ;i t-Mock p. in., comprising an old-iilyh-, 2-:,toly, 1U-rooni dwelling and about Uf.00 it. ol hind; is In a fine liH-allon wbej e the place cull be Improved io pay a spU-udlii rellirn mi the investment, or the house -can be uceupit-tl and iniide n pleasunr home lor the purchaser; terms, tflOO at sale; other tern^s ax sale. lSy Ki�l'A>X X. Ai�A.M*�. Auitloaeer, Elm St., (Juliiey, Mas*. Auction sale of S400 fi. of land on Walker St.. -Miami..-, on S.ViVHl'A Y, Nov. S, at 4 n'ci.-ck p. in.; nt-iii t.ti-:iui cars; i-iisv ut'u*; fc-r.o at sal-'. 1'urllier pttlticulais of JOHN T. POi'E, 36 Conticii �l. Su'iiiF  It- Substantial brick liouso, ! Monument and Winthrop WEDNESDAY, Nov. 6, 1800, Wallace pi., near scis.,   Charlestown, � Tuui^o^Ai^iuv.t.. j-uvv, at 4 o'clock p.^_., is well constructed; parlor, dining-room and klwihen on tho first iloor; sitting-room, two ohnmbers and bathroom, with hot, nnd oold water, on the second floor; and on tho third floor, three cnambere and a storeroom; bay window, good furnuoo, cemented cellar, splondid closet room; the location Is first, class and very pleasant: lust off Winthrop st-l-hlcj-land, 'good drainage. Terms, 8(200 nt sale, 8800(1 can remain on mortgage, interest at 6 per cent, pel annum; balance cash in 10 days.      o20 n2 3 4B By Xj. X. I�. atwood      co., Iloal Estato Agonts nnd Auctioneers, 10 Milk st, Boston; Woolsey block, opp. dopot, Jamaica Plain, and South St., opp. depot, liosllndala. Mortgagee's sale of roal estate | 2-fo-mily oottoM house, on Spruce St., cor. of Meyer Bt, near Mt, Hope station, liosllndale, will bo sold to the highest bidder; will not bring two-thirds of the cost, aa It It a forced sale; will make a good honae, or paywel) to rent; ho sure and attend the sale, which tal place, on THURSDAY of this week, Ho v. 0, al o'clock In the afternoon. On THUUSDAT, N'ov. 0, nt 3.30 o'eloolt, on tll� nemises, will soil 14-room, new house, wlili ael ^ubs, furnace, ranges, bathroom, large pantries, closets, and sunny, pleasant rooms, arranged tor 8 or 3 families; this is on Spruce St., near Mt. Hong station, ltosllndalo; 8100 down on thle house at sale) all of the rest can bo paid by the month; this Is A ahance of a llf etlmo; don't miss it\ be at tno auotlonj the owner cannot pay his debts and must sell ftl onoo. Don't forget tho Bale of cottagehouso in Don Chester, Monday, Nov. 3. SuM* siuX-XVAlV bkotuer8, AuoUoneora J 9 School St., Boston, Sonth Boston-Mortgagee's sale, ftamB honse, with store and lot, about I860 squnro feet. No. 4,'i K St., next tho corner o( East 8d st; on MONDAY, Nov. 3, nt 2 o'clock p. m., on the premises, will be sold at public auotfon to the highest bidder, this conveniently looated'estate; the house contains a store and throe rooms, wator, eto.{ tho lot measures 80 feet front by 45 feet in depth ifllOO deposit, and other terms at sale. J. II. SlffiKBUBiTE, Aiiunis. trator, with the will annexed, of Thomas McCaffrey. d_u_t osi Chelsea.-Two-and-ono-half story dining liouie, No. 1 Front st.. next tho cornor of Broadway. On MONDAY,' Nov. 3, at 8.o'clock p. m., on the premises, will be Bold at public auction to the high, ost bidder, thlB conveniently located bouse, only ft step from horse cars running over Chelsea brldW, and very near the lorry: the house io well built, oon> tains 9 rooms, with usual conveniences, In good re. pair; terms easy; glOO dopoalt at salo.   dSuOt C29 By iEWW a. Blltll rfs CO., A-_ot'r�., 32 Bromlleld stroec ^1 Grand special sale, at salesroom, on THTJTRSBAT, Nov. 0, at 10,80 a. m., elegant furniture, oarpefs. china, pianoforte, etc, from a Baok Bay resldenoaf and oak chamber sols, nice hair mattresses, beddlnn Squire's sofa beds,flne cabinet beds, parlor sets, pan lor chairs, rockers, sofas and oouob.es, bronses, ent gravings, French clocks, mirrors, draperies, halt stands, Bldoboards, tables and leather-covered dining chairs in walnut, oak, ebony and cherry, china dinner and tea sots, out glassware, eta., oto.; the antique furniture consists of sideboards, chairs, bureaus, hallclocks, highboys, secretaries and card tables, i _ Sud6t nfl On THOTSDAT, Xov. 8, at 13 o'olooS, tQ settls the estate of the late Mr. E. Mahar, 7 elopnntly Land, carved black walnut mantels, 3 b. w. mirror frames, all the production of Mr. Mahar, whloh Is sufllclenl guarantee of their workmanship.        SudBt nfl Bv HAr.E 3MCOS. & WALLACE, Groat Western Horse Mart and OommiBslon Stables, 40 to 42 Traverse it., near Fitchbnrg, Eastern. Lowell and Main depots; 103 to 108 Canal stj centrally looated in tho Horso Market on Traverse St., near Friend; accommodations roil 160 head of horses; auction sales every Weane> day and Saturday. Hegnlar miction sale on WEDNESDAY, Hot, B, at 10.30 a. m., of three car loads, being 60 head of Iowa, Indiana, and Pennsylvania horses, weighing from 900 to 1500 lbs, each; these horses are repre. sentod to us as being a first-class lot of young, sound stook,  and havo boon oarefully  seleoted  by good buyers to suit this dull market | ley are adapted for family, farm, express, heavy draft and general business use; also some flno roaders in matched pairs and Binglo; the above mentioned horses will positively be Bold to the nigh. ost bidders regardless of cost or value) each ana every horse will bo fully described at sole, and war. ranted as represented or no sole, and trial given until Thursday night, Nov. 8. J. H. MoFABLAND, Auctioneer. Suddt na Xty EDfiAK Successors to Charles ] ohusetts Salo Stable,: SNOW 
                            

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