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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 2, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE- BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE-SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1890-TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES. 1$ 'See Pages 7,13 & 14 For additional small classified advertisements. situations Wanted. ASWEDISH UAMC JuBt arrlvedj 0 years in millinery business j strictly first-class, desires a situation; would be content with Tory small anlnrv until able to speak English. Please answer A 12b, Globe omeo. dSu3.t* nl ASTEAM'S* and tcmperato American man, 35 years of ago, would llUo a situation: willing to! do anvthing respectable. Address 8 102, Globe office." � dSu7t* 030 ASSISTANT TUSTMEBtXAKEIe desires a position j 7 years' ' Dfllco. experience. L 102, Globo dSu3t* 031 ABOHITEOTI7KA.Ii MtAlPXSMAJf having practical knowledgo of general ofrtce routine, planning, working details, perspective drawing, etc., wants situation. Address M 17:1, Globo office. dSuGt* 028 ABKITRiraiUEie, wants to handle side lino of goods for Boston and suburbs. Addross S. II. G.,.44 Dartmouth St., city. it* ASTAMEEICAWMAIf would lilto a situation in or noar Fanoull Hall market! best of references if required; experience good. Address W, 0. B., 103 Chestnut St., Chelsea, Mnss.       SuM'' A3T/A1B Y wants responsible business situation, capable of doing any work requiring good gon-eral and business education; satisfactory references. Address P 177, Globo office. It* ACAPABM middle-ago woman would lllto a position to do general housework and plaiu cooking In small family; best of reference Call V, cur.Sewnll and Chestnut sts., Brooklliic,    SuM* T SITUATION wanted by a neat young girl _ci.to do gonornl housework In a small private family. Call at 01 Monument st., Charlestown ring first bell, BuM* AN American lady desires a good position as honso-keoper for a small family; would care for an lu-valid. Mo, 60 Gray St., city. It* BAKEIt (bread and cake), secoud on third hand, wishes situation, sober, steady workman, B 172, Globe office. SuM* BAICER-Young man of 2 years' experience would like to finish tho trade. G 103,Globe,offico,  SuM'- BAIOSIS.-Bread and cake baker wants steady Job. Address B. M., 8 Sumner nl., East Boston, " SuM* BltlOKSf AKBK-An enamelled glazo brick-maker, just arrived from England, wishes situation; thoroughly experienced. Address N 148, Globe office dSu7t* o80 COOBt-vSltuation wanted by a youngwoman cook, moat, pastry and carver; understands a genteel boarding-house; good reforonoe. Call for.3 days at 163 Lovorett st. from 9 to 4. It* COSIPANtOK'-Wanted, by a lady of intelligence and refinement, position as conipanf-" Address V. MOORE, Lynn, Mnss. 1 CAItFENTEH", wants situation; young Scandinavian, 4 years' experience; 2 months in tills country. Address H 103, Globe office. It* ENGlBVEEIt wants situation, thoroughly ex-.perienoed, do steam or gnsnttlng, put up ahnft-lng or any. general machinist's work. For references, apply by letter or personally, to J. B. MAUGHAN, leeltte Mfg. Co., Jamaica Plain, Mass. d8u3f o31 ENCHLISBT lady, with American experience, desires position tts housekeeper In hotel," oaie of invalid; any position of trust; beat of reforenoes. Address B 113, Globe office. It* HQirsEWOUK-Wanted, by a woman, gon-oral housework in a small family; good laundress and plain cook; reference If required; country preforred. SB W6b3ter av., Chelsea. It* HOTELS, fnmilies, boarding-houses or restaurant purties wishing help, call at Employment Office; 73 Oornhlll. SuM* NOVA SCOTIA MEOTESTAWT girl wishes a position ns seamstress with a dressmaker or in a private family; served4 months under a dressmaker. Apply at 10 Hotel Veda, Warwick Bt., Itoxbury, Mass. dSuSC* nl POSITION wantod by a young lady as stenographer and typewriter: can assist on. books or office work. Address P 104, Globe office.       It* POSITION wanted by a lady as stenographer and typewriter; 6 years' experience.   Address P ICS, Globo office. It* POSITION wanted by a looomotive engineer of 0 years' experience to run a stationary engine. Address Engineer, Charlostown, Mass.; P, O, box* SSu* PASTIEY cook's situation wanted by an American woman in a restaurant; work first-class; sober and reliable. 0167, Globe office.        SSu* POSITION-A young lady retoucher would like a position In a photographla gallery; best of references. Address 0 136, Globe office,        It* SITUATION wanted by an Arabian (colored) young man, In private family; good reference; can speulc Frenoh, English, Spanish and Italian. Address P 172, Globe office. dSuOt oSO SITUATION wanted-Jo the ladles of Somer-vlllo and Cambridge, work to do to go out by the day;,anything in the- fine of work; widow with family. Address or apply to No. 42 Adrian st., Somer-vllle, Mass. Mrs. CONLON. It* SITUATION wanted by a new arrival from the . old country In a respectable family; good smart gill, not afraid of work, Apply 45 Curve at. dSu3fc� 031 SITUATION wanted as blacksmith's helper, by young man age S3, Address TOM McCON-HELL, P. 0. Avon, Moss. dSu7t* o30 SITUATION in a provision Btoreby a young man 20 years of ago, with some experience as a moat cnttor. D 180, Globe office.     dBuSt* o81 SITUATION wanted by young man to drive team or any other kind off work; experienced in the milk business. Call or address H, MARTIN, 64 Chelsea st, E. Boston! dSuOt* nl SITUATION-A reliable Intelligent lady would like to ilnd employment where she could make herself generally useful. Addross M 103; Globo office. SSu* SITUATION wanted by an experienced girl to tend a cake or confectionery counter; oan furnish best of referenooa.  O 103, Globe office. dSu4t* nl CJITUATI'ON wanted by a middle-aged man ns k3 a day or night watchman or as janitor. Address II179, Globe office. SuM* SITUATION wanted In a bakery by an experienced girl; can give reference. 82 Hanson Bt., city., SSu* SITUATION wanted; watchmaker with best of tools and references.   Address T f>a, Globe office. dSulOt* o2B SITUATION wanted by a Swedish girl for 13 general housework or second work, in a small family. Please call at 61 Gold st., South Boston. It* SITUATION-Wanted, a middle-aged American woman to take full chargo of a lodging-house; experienced chamber maid, plain laundress; pantry work, city only. Call or address Mrs. M., �2 Warrenton st. SuM* SITUATION wanted-Young Prot. cook in hotel; good oarver; best rofereneesi Btrlotly temperate. 048 Washington st. It* SITUATIONS wanted, by 8 Swedish girls, k5 one to do chamber work, the other general housework or as nursery girl. 112 Oamdenst.      SuM* SITUATION wanted, by a cook and second girl hi a private family: or .would take entire charge of 1 child. Mrs. E. WHITE, 80 E. Lonox St., Itoxbury. It* SITUATION wanted by a woman, a first-class meat or pastry cook; lost of reference. Apply at � Davis st.,TioBton, Nov. 1,1690. SuM- SITUATION wanted as housekeeper by a coin-'petent American lady} a widower's family preferred; references given. Addross B 171, Globo office.___Sml7t* n2 QITUATIONB wanted for Protestant, Cutiio-IO He; housework, cooks, chamber, table, kitchen girls. 30 Warrenton Bt. It* SITUATIONS-Scotch sisters,  cooks, laundresses, waitresses, etc., not at'rutd work; fair wages. 823 Washington.__It" SITUATION wanted as working housekeeper. . _ or would take charge of lodging-hotiBO or would till any position of trust. Address l* lOO.Globo oflice. (SITUATION wanted by Protestant girl for yj nursery or second work. Please apply at �37 Tromont st. It* SITUATION wanted by u capable woman in a niivalo family, to do general housework; no objections to a few tidies in the country, Address 28 Chelsea St., East Bostun, Mass. It* SITUATION ns housekeeper by a neat, callable woman j good manager; good reference. Ad-dresa CAIUUE AKDltUW, East Boston P. 0. SuM* Q1TUATIOST wanted by a young man to do iO general work on gentleman's place; good references furnished. V ISO, Globe office. SuM* (SITUATION wanted,' Nova Scotia girl; honse-C> work; likes'children; city or suburbs. OR Ko-Vt'1'0 st. It* SITUATION wanted, to do second or utirsery .. work, by compelent. girl; can give good refer-�ncca.  Call at 17 Sawyer St., suite 3. It* SITUATION wanted in private family to do housework; will go home uiglita.  Address T 100, Globe office. StiTTh* nS t'JTO^VXEO?;-Drive tt-jun or porter in store, strictly temperate.  P. U. IJAKEll, HI P.evero at. SITUATIO?** wanted l>v fin mil Re wood vork-lriaii.C. .K. ^AI--MOUTlItllotel H6ol:on.(lSuAi*nl l.J injjlcmj-bxpi'rlfcW'.t'd lady tiUmujrniplier wguld like i'xtvx work tor r-bout U liyuirf *:ucb day or hvvu-intf; good n-ft-roimes-  Jl 118, Globo uffluo.   SSu* QM'AKT, ATTKACT1VK TOUSO lady k5 wiuil.yd to tend uov'i'liy r,t:md in :i dim*: museum. C;'.li_Sumliiyjur^ir.JVAUCKl^l^Jhiinniaiat. it* Ct out. by UrmIhv with drejisumlcer; vUv rcrf't'njuot*. Address ,\L. K, *J0 Hculki nt.. Iiu :i>-Pnipoti.lotii ivr emiilovinent: single man, 85 yrs.; cdii.-K-d, i-xnerieiireil and ,-ry saiUet n.i- bw-lui-si: g.....d hoiril and icl<-r-ih-b. Aclrtrt-Hs On 'i'lini-, box ].;u Jloltiruok, Mass. WAr.TEIli-l'.y r.  a*! ad-i:i\ss Jiha B. a. sklla.n, il.-ln,:i-, Mass.       It* \VAK'-rEJS* ''-van --, * i^-uerul liaiist-vvorl;; y, xi" *-i'lein'(-(l girl, a place lor . ^ 'o4 i.-ook and liiundrcss. Call at No. 8S Bth St., South Boston; SM> years' tflVreucet._____' SuM� ViT.UKTEto - Cy a lady of business ability and TT rxpi'nemv. a position i;s eathier, collector or cJ'-tI: ; eOiu[)r'.!!i:t and ivtioouaibl,-, best of releritnces, AJitRfM Si 1U5. laoU; ollli't-. if SITUATIONS WANTED, �VSTAHTMt-Position ns superintendent or on-T T glnoor of a-btuldlng by an exnerlencod engineer and electrician, Address W 170, Olobo offlcQ. It* /�KITIBTO wantod by a gontloman to do at I homo evenings. Addross A 178, Globo offloo.lt' *^7'AWTIDI> by a young man of experience, tT situation In a provision storei good references. K 183, Globo office. It* WANTED-Situation, reliable American housekeeper; best references; city or countr.y Call at Miss SWEENEY'S, 640 Washington st.      It* WANTED by an experienced woman enro of rooms, or work by the hour or day; references. P IBB, Globo office. It* VOtTSTO MAW, striotly tomporato, neat and JL thoroughly reliable, age 27, would like work of any kind in the country; gentleman's plaoo preferred; do not smoko or chew; last omployod by IS. W. Anthony (Smith & Anthony) as coachman; refer to him; othor undoubted references. 1*. 170, Globe oilicc. It* "VOUWGV 'X.AI�Y, thoroughly competent, J3. would llko to go out by tho d~ay as Beamstress, either with dressmaker or alone ofilce. D 110, Globo SudSt* n2 "57'�UNia MAN wants chanco to learn retail J. clothing business, country preferred; will work cheap to learn; roforonoes. Address M 170, Globo oflico. dSuSBt* o28 YOKJNiGV WOMAN wants situation as seamstress, and is willing to assist at any other work-Apply at 2 Willow pk., Roxbnry.       dSu3t* nl TOtfNia WOMAN with a child 3 years old wantsn situation; has lived in a nico place: is a good cook and laundress. B 120, Globo onlce.   It* TOITNO 1ABT owning maohlno would like position as typewriter, or would do work at homo. 0 188, Globo office. It* (ttjO K- I TOX give 825 for a good, steady Job *$)�lO as engineer, lire. . * - a, wood-planing machine V170, Globe offlco, iroman, or to run any kind of -- tcmperato and roliablo, It* agents, partners, etc. ACENTS wanted on Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, SO; Standard Atlas, Grady's Ltfo,Gato-ley's Universal Educator, Beautiful Gems, Kingdom of Nature, Life of Christ, World's Great Nations, Stanley's Afrion, Heroes of tho Dark Continent, Crown Jowels, Living World, Beautiful Story, Wild West, Gplden Treasury, Oxford and Family Bibles, ConlUln's Atlas of tho World, JIanual of Meobanioal Arts, Picturesque Ireland, Christ in His Ohuroh. Oiithollo Educator, History of tho U. 8., Soleetod Library, j?8 (Scott, Dickens, Thaokoray. etc.)! Johnstown Shrine, 8 varieties; Colby 'Writers, Bprlng beds, euonized clocks, alarm clocks, bench wringers, sllvor-ware (Rogers Brothers, 1847), lace curtains, lamps, table covers, lambrequins, rugs, pictures, watches and jewelry; are theso all? Oh nol but enough to show you that we can supply any and all libnest agents with anything they want to sell; wo want ngents everywhere, and will mnke satisfactory terms with men or women who can furnlBh recommendations. Call or address the ofHce, nearest you; GATBLY & O'GORMAN, 502 Washington at., Boston; 10 Foster St., Worcester; 120 Wost-mlnster.st., Providenoo; 088 Kssos: st., Lnwronco; 0 Hui'd St., Lowell. Su'l'ThStf n2 AOMNTI3' BU!A��MIAlltTI3M.S - "Little Giant Cyclopedia;" lookout for old stock; got only our new and Improved edition; Just ready; one order yesterday for 100 copies from an Inexperienced agont working last two weeks; sold 10 oopios lu2dnys; another sold 50 to 00 oopios last week; agencies rapidly Increasing; a "bonanza" to Uvo agents, wherever located; everybody wants tlilB book; heaviest commissions. Write lor circulars to GEO. M. SMITH & CO., publishers, 067 Wash. St., Boston. It* AOENTS-S00 to J?200 per month paid to ladles and gentlemen to proouro members for our library; wo also want an experienced manager for a branch oflice; position worth from #1200 to 83000 per year; give experience and references. National Library Association, 103 Stato St., Chicago, 111. Suit 019 A�ENTS wanted on Rev. Dr. T. DeWltt Tal-. mage's "Life of Christ," From Manger to Throne. Is just ready for delivery. .Exclusive territory. BALCII BROTHERS, 30 BromUeld St., Boston. dSutf ol A�ENT9-Attention-If you aro bright and active, and looking for something now in ncol-dent insurance, investigate the plan of the Employes'Accident Insurance Co.,13 Schoolst.,Boston. Sudtf o!2 A(GKENT!9,male andfemnle.wantcdeverywhere; lightntng scUorj absolutely now; immense profits; no talking. Abbott Manufacturing Co,, Springfield, 0.__SSu* AOISNTS-1000 firms want .men and boya everywhere, permanently to hand out. circulars at jjll per 1000. Agents'Herald, Cauo 2502, Phlla., Penn. d8u5t nl CUENTS wanted, ladles or gouts, for Daggott's __- rmtent roaster anil baker In all allies and towns In New England. Address J. J. JONES, Manchester, N. H. SSu A ?H3WTS wanted for tlio best lino of house-. ...hold novelties umdo; sovoral new articles; equally good for ladieu; circulars free. XFAV ENG-LAKJD -HOVKLTY CO., 24 Portland Bt, Boston. A1 A dlSNTS wanted, to sell houso and kltchon ll specialties of merit. Call or send for circulars, Homo Novelty Co., 302 Washington st.        SSu* AOENTS wanted by investment ooimmny; something entirely new; investigate. 10 Tremont st., room 50. It* A GENTS wanted; our new nitlole, grand bonan-iiza. Address J. S. LOVEWELL, South Gardner, Mass. dSnl2t* oi)0 ABRAHAM HMMiK-"A history," published by the Century Company; we aro now ready to nsBign territory on this great work. BALCII BROS., 30 Bromfiold st, Boston, Mass.  Sudtf oil) AG-ENT3 WANTED for the sfilo of onr specialties; good pay and steady employment! try us. Gem Novelty Co., Stamford,Oonn. 8Sudt.*o25 AOENTS-M. H. TYLER '30 per week easily mode; rare chance for steady and desirable employment; salary or commission. Address M 11B, (ilobe olllen. _ TAN'lrjliix>--Rlilesinen, on ui.'lnry or eommis-t Blon, to handle thu new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil; the greatest Belling novelty ever produced; erases ink thoroughly in two seconds; no aoraBlon of paper; 200 to 500 per cent, profit.; one agent's sales amounted to S',020 In 0 days; another #32 in 2 hours; we want one energetic general agent fur each SLaitvaud Territory; sample by mall, 115 els. For Irnur, and fall particulars address 1 lie Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co., La, Cro�3e, Wis.    Sud-lf*  n2 "VAT ^.NTl^D--No more bea.utlv'ui or meritorious yV present Ihau Itev. '1'. DeWitt Taliuage's life of Clirlsl, "From Mnnger to Throne;" thousands are being sold, and those securing territory at once will receive the full benefit of the uniiHual demand for this irreat book; call or send at once for territory. BAU.'H BltO'l'HKKS, �0 liromtleld St., Boston. Iti" W~ANTEK--Agents and general agents, and all who like to make big money easily, t  hv tlioseat work on them; a fe\r more agents wanted; ex^'la^lvc leiritory; lar^e profits; send staiup for circular, or fa.50, 2 uainples. W. I). I). "  , room 20, 325 Washington St. It* WANTKliT^- ExperlenceU cauvaseers to take ordei'B lu suburban towns; lo those meaning business and willing to work good pay giuu-auteed, Call at 132 Tranent st., room 7. It* male  help wanted; AMAN of intelligence and good personal character to actus salesman and occasionally travel; experience not requisite, butgood releience requited; salarj' to commence, )i;12 per week. Apply peifiou-ally or by lelter, enclosing Ktsmp fur reply lo GKO. T. SHANNON, B70 Watlllngton St., Boston.  SuM AJljJj MKN and bo>'s wanted to keep away from Hie morocco factories of L> an, the factories of IVabody and Beverly, until the present irouble Is settled, per order District Executive Board of Uie L�ato-rWoi kers._____dSnt!' _a2_0_ AX.JL g'.ntlemen Btenofftapliers to attend Sten-ourratihers' Ass'n Thursday evening.  Boom A, 521 Washing!T st.__bud-lf n2 MALE HELP WANTED. BltTUSH NAJXJ3K wanted. Apply to E. BURTON & 00, 1B2 to 124 Harvard rt. Oambridgeport, A. A _________d st, d8u4l^ 080 prcBBed; .   wanted; in   flrst-olass , no others need apply; wages R6 per day for 0 hour's' work. BEAKOB & OEIFfORD, Loivlston, Mo.        BSu Tr>lfiaiI5!I.MA]W wanted at 22 Howard Bt. J. JD> long. SuM* BOY wantod, at N/OYES. 53   Wareham   st. B. 0. SuM* BOTfra-Wanted, 10 boys to loam tho brush business. Anply to A. 4; e. BURTON & CO., 122 Harvard st, Cambrldgoport, Mass. SSu* BASTI21IIS and trimmers wanted. Apply ntonco to Plymouth liock Pants Co.,11 Eiiotst., Boston. dSutf o25 BOXSil, 10 years of ago, wanted for messenger sorvlce.   Apply to the delivery  department Postal Telegraph Co., 234 Devonshire st.Sud7t* n2 MALE HELP WANTED. \K7"ANT1HI� toenmigoforayear, several smtfit, T Y ambitions mon of good appearance and address to tnlto orders and deliver out famous line of watches and jewelry on our liberal credit system; we wUl pay a liberal salary and will ndvauoo men rapidly to WANTED-Business and working men, conductors and drivers to bring their wntohOB for repair to us, lis wo have tho best skilled watchinak-ors; all work warranted for one year. The Arcanum Watch and Jewelry Co., 057 Washington st. dSti3t* WANTED-Experionoed mackintosh coatnialt-ors; also vulcanized eoafmakcrs; steady work and best of prices: also an experienced gossamer cutter. .Apply to Boston Gossamer Rubber Co., Oil Washington St. dSutf o�l CIVII. SI3K.VICI! examination questions and full information of how, when and whore to apply for a government position, sent on receipt of 10c. Aa. National Illustrated Magazlno, Washington, D. C. .      Sutf mhl7 lOAJffilltlAWE Boies' M AICTSIt wnnted, on \J light work; ono used to Goddard buggies; per-nianont situation to a OrsUolass man. CHABIn C MY THOMAS * CO., 101 and 108 Chestnut st.     It* CAKINKTMAltHItS wanted to work by day or ptocc. C. E. CUMINGS .fc CO., 182 Com-merclal st,, Dorchestor district. SSu* CUTTISJES-Amerloan Rnbhor Co., Potter st, brldgoport. -Experienced with knife or shears, .........off 0th, Cnin- USuSt nl (^OATMASCEKS wanted-Steady work to j flrst-olass jours; call at once to A. MARKS, 308 High St., Hoiyoko, Mass._dSu7t* nl C^itI*ENTJHISS and masons wanted In bulld-^ing operations; groat lndueomeuts. Box 171, Mowton Highlands. It* (pfllWAIt HAKBES wanted. \J Central wharf. Apply at No. 8 It* CUTTUltS-Wanted, oxnerlonced MYERS & ANDREWS, No. 13 Otis st. cuttors. It* DSCtTO OI/KISK  wanted, registered; stato roforonoes and, salary expected. B 100, Globo oflice. It* EBKMOK HKOTISEHXS, Oth av. and 23d St., Now York city, havo vacancies for sovernl Al gents' furnishing coods salosmon; permanent and good salaries to thoroughly oxperloncod positions c . _ and competent hands, Apply at once, SBmiCSI BttOTlltEltS, Oth av. and 23d St., Now York city, have vacancies for several salosmon in thoir upholstory department; permanent positions and good salaries to thoroughly expo-ronced and competent hands. Apply at once.  It ENTRY CLEKJC-Wanted, In a small wares J^blh&Jm.118.0/ AddreBS in own handwriting, P. O. Box, B207, Boston, Mass. ENTIiS.'S.' or.KIS.IC-Tl'anted, a dry goods entry clerk of experience and ability. Ftat-oloss man only need address 0 134, Globo oiliae.  dSu3t nl W. It* I7lXX*I31!ltIKN(n.MD glaziers wantod at U EMERY A CO.'S, 220 Friend St., Boston. FJ.OOIS XATflQISfS- ......  , 000 ft. floor. Apply to 0. H. MOORS. Washburn block, Sohool St., Brockton, "  ~' To lot, the laying of 18- ~ ""-----IS.Washhur; dSu3t 081 GJ3NTI.BMF,N Who appreciate stylish hair-cutting, beard trimming, nnd tho "pompadour" style inpartlcular, can havo It dono satisfactorily at . - - .    ----(ns'.. in Trnmnnlmw mm HvnUlO S* 028 ALLAND BROS'., 10 Tromont row, opp. Brattlo st. dSuOt*     ' GENTtMSSN-Riunembor that onr reputation as hair cutters has been established 8 years before wo commenced to advertise ALLAND BROS., 19 Tremont row; hair outtlng a specialty. dSu4t� o30 ' HOIC.fS.13 RADISH pedlers suppUod promptly In bulk everywhere, large profit.   MILLER, 284 Commercial st. LAj3.QKI3IE8, masons,   carpenters, painters nnd pnporers wanted for winter's job. Boom 12, Advertiser building. It* MANACH3U wnnted for established, very profitable, light manufacturing business: no competition; experience unnecessary! #1500 to �2000 cash required; trial given before buying; investigate. Address D 107, Globo offloe. It MAN-Wanted, an experienced man to take aire of horses. Apply to H. E. HUGHES, 106 Congress St., botweon-lO nnd 12. It MAN-Wanted, a coinpetont man of sober and industrious habits ns portor. AddreBS. with references, O 158, Globe oflice. SSu* MAN wanted, about 50, to do work In factory; board and lodging. Addross 1C188, Globo oflice. dSu8t* 081 MAW-Wanted, a smart; man, with or without team, to colloot and deliver for laundry: tlte right man can make good pay. 171 W. Springfield st, MACINTOSH!-Experienced makers wanted; 10 workers,' girls or men. Standard Rubber Works, CanipeUo, Boston. Mass., or 180 Congress St., dSfitf o20 �W/TJSN wanted to bottle mineral water: also man XtjL to drive bottle team; only experienced men need address B 110, Globo oflico. It* MAN-Wanted, an experienced man to run a Universal press to mark book covers. T. Y. CROWELLA CO., bindei'3,100 Purchase at. Sndstn2 "tfyrAOOTNISTS-Wanted, 2 flrst-olass mn-JJM. chlnists, used to jobbing and piping; steady men. COOMBS & BROWN, Wouurn, Mass,   SSu* MAN-Wanted, young or nuddie-ngod man, wiU-mg to do as told; 818 per week if satisfactory; call after 0. M. J. MONAHAN, 21 Bromilold st. It* MEN and wivos on farms; also for gents' places good wages. BIGELOW'S, 53 Hanover. """ WANT33D-First-class watchmaker and jewelry repairer, and who can como well recommended. Addross, stating wages wanted. MOK-1ULL, BROS, ds 00., 403 Washington st, Boston, Mass. SSU* WANTED-An experienced salesman, at Montgomery, Ala., to tako chargo of a large retail boot, and Bhoo store; good pay for the right man. Addross Salesman, box 874, Boston, Mass.     It* WANTH3D-2 first-class men, with clean record, on lace curtains: extra inducements; experience not essential. HERBERT CONSTABLE, importer, 28 Kneeland St., Boston, Muss. SuM* WAWTJ3D, an experienced retail dry goods salesman; also one for Biuatl wares. Mercantile Reference nnd Bond Assoclation,4B0 Washington St. WANTED, an iiBBistaut cutter In a oustomshirt manufactory: must be experienced; salary #10 to #12. Moroantllo Reference and Bond Association, 450 Washington At. It WANTED-An expert book canvasser; a member of F, and A, M-.'' preferred r to such a raro chance is offered. Address B 114, Globe oflloo, WATCHIMAIOSie wanted, an experienced workman, with sot of tools, Addross G 102, Globo oflice. It* WJH guarantee satisfaction, loan you a watch, Insert a new mainspring or clean your American watch for gl. WILSON BROS., 0 Hanover St. dSutf o24 TANT13D-2 granite cutters. Apply to A. I FALES & SONS, So. Framlnghom, Mass, dSu4t* o80 WANTED-A steady man to drive a team; ono who can put some money and take half Interest in the business; runs 8 teams; established 15 years, 820 Harrison av. It* WANTED-A flrst-olasB watchmaker;  must have best of references. Apply at MORRILL BROS. & 00., No. 403 Washington St., Boston. It* WANT13D. a uuuu uuiuib w mint1 clotlifng. AtOOBuffum St., Lynn, 3 good tailors to mako and repair ------------ * SuM* ANTED-Custom contmakors. 1 Knapp st. it* WOODOAItVBIt wanted. Apply at Dorchester Mfg. Co., Codmau st,. Dorchester.     It* YOUNG- MEN wlioTvlshToTeorn to out gentlemen's garments will roceivo a thoroughly praotl-qal course of instruction at the Boston School of Cutting, tho oldest cutting establishment in Now England, cor. Oamhrldgo and Bowdoin sta. � M.WFSu* 017 YOUNG- MEN wanted to learn the art of out-ting gentlemen's garments for the New York Outtlng Sohool; this Is the only uraotlcal school In Boston ; pattorns for sale. 175 Washington at.      It* TOTTNO MAN wanted with (3120, who can give good references, to join me in a profitable business, making tt tour through tho South, Address Prof. Z. VANESTINE, Somorvlllo, Mass. .    ,lt* YOUNG- MAN under 20, business taat, good writer, aoourate llgureB, not, afraid of work. Commercial Mailing Company, 17 Batterymaroh st. SuM* 2TINSMITHS wanted for tin rooflng_ f shuttor work. J. GAKD, 267 Broad st.,T.ynn. liliiBS. dSu3t* 031 K ADVEKTISING-   SOI.ICITOKS   on good mediums; one for Now York and Philadelphia. M. J, FERRITOR. 24 Columbus av. It* LEAD or.AXXEKS wanted at onco; __normnnont positions. Apply to Munich Art lass WorkB, 21 Pearl St., Boston. It 1 QAA PAKSIEKS, laborers, lumbermen X j�f V> \7 and general workmen, at onco; big pay. BIGELOW'S, 53 Hanover st, Sud4t* n3 female help wanted. AXJL educated young Indies to apply for clerical positions.   Business Exchange, 821 Washington st. Sud4t* n2 A SjIC lady Btenographera to attend Stenographers' X&. Association, Tluu'sduy evening, room A, 021 Washington st, o,,i.i�. , "-'"" *- "~ �" North st. . y-ro! _, _ ________ ____ W. SIMMONS & CO., 82 SuM BOO.TSC8EWEK-Wanted, smart hooltBewor at UPHAM'S bhidery, 008 Washington St., Fayette ct. SS vi* /�WATISASTEK9, bushol girls, finishers, Vjuess girls nnd canvasbasters. FREEDENTHAL & KOLSICY, 1120 Washington st., cor. Dovor. 11* COOI�3, table, chamber, housework, restaurant girls; help all kinds.   Employment onlce, 73 CornMll. If It* NOTICE-Wo claim to be tho originators of tho present Htyle of "pompadour" hair outtlng In this country. ALLAND BROS.,. 10 Tromont row, opp. Brattlo st.; hair cutting an exclusive specialty. dSuOt* 023 o FFItlE KOI' wanted; American, roll Print, 65 Franklin St., Boston. Tho Spur ir PSTOTOGlK.AJPKtlEIB, of good habits, experienced In oukdoor operating. Addross C 117, Globe oflice. It* ipjKESSMAN wnnted JL man,       "-" " First-class job press, Tho Spari'ell Print, 55 Franklin st'., Boston, OtlKSCEK coatmnkers wanted, experienced, at Vli Standard Rubber Works, Onmpello. Mass. dSutf 025 SIT)i*EKIWTEN�ENTS wantod by tho Commonwealth Investment Assoolatlou for branch otllet'S In the following placeB: Gloucester, Marlboro, Leominster, Ayer, V/fnchendou, Gardner, Paluior, Springfield, Atrleboro, Webster and other towns; good pay to the right man, Address or call 1 Beacon sc., Boston,Mttss. It* QA1ESMAK-Wanted, ono that IO underatands the jewolry business. 102, Globe oflico. thoroughly Address 0 SSu DOLDEEEK- kJ brltnnnla work, HINT, Portland, " Wanted, a gi STEVENS, Mo. :ood solderer WOODMAN & dSu7t o28 SALESMAN wanted; a first-class salesman and collector; tf.4 a day; permanent situation. Address with evperlonce; apply personally with references. T. If, DOWN1N G, 74 Poarl st. It* SJ.rjPEIHHTMNMENTIS wanted by the Com monwenlth Investmont Association for branch oftlocB In tho following places: Clinton, Mllforil, Franklin, New Bedford, Taunton, Southboro, Mld-dleboro, Greenfield, Atliol, Foxboro, Canton and other towns; good pay to tho right man. Address or call 1 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. It* SEAM MtESSMEN wantod nt once; can uoo several first-class men. Ply-------' "   ' "   ' Co., 11 Eliot Bt., Boston. CiT.ATB and metal roofers wanted. (J 104 Devonshire st. mouth Rock Pants dSutf 022 Apply at dSnSt o31 O seo EM AltEK wantod on new work and re k3 pairing. OS) West Concord St., Boston.      It* mHttKK OITTTBJBS on huff and split. Ap .Iplv 26 High st., Wednesday. JIAYNAKD 4 WASHBURN. dSll5t� nl rff^IN-I',I-ATE and sheet-Iron workers wanted J. at 20 Barrett St., oil! North, near P.hickstone St., chance lor work for the winter to men that are satisfactory. It* npiKSMITMC wanted at once, .IL Farnihigt.on, N. ii. GEO.W.BAILEY It WANTED-Plrst-nlttss non-union stltehers on all parts of ladles' line boots; steady work a.nd good pay. Apply or address KUMSEY BROS. I.vnn, Mass.- dflutf 07 WANTED-Young men to grow up in car business ; must reside with parents nndbriug best of references; salary S100 first; year. Plymouth Rock Pants Co., 11 Eliot St., Boston. dSutf ol-i WANTED-A gentleman to net as the renre-ai'iitallvo of a foreign trust company undorlidt-ili'-C American business; qiialllleiulonB renitlred, fif 0,000 cash arid references. Address hi first Instance, T 170, Globo oillee. SSu* WANTEIJ-First-class non-union kid cutters on ladles' fine boots; steadv jobs and good pay, Apply or address KUMSEY BROS., Lynn, Muss. dflutf o7 \)yANTED-Experienced tinsmith and plumber \ V fen- the country; a permanency for a good man. Apply between 8.30 and 9.30 a. m. to E. 11. COWING, room 4, Mason building. It* WANTED-4 salesmen to travel South ami "take orders for goods by sample; #00 per month salary and f?00 for expenses; must deposit #25 for samples. Address'J. Y. CASEY, Lincoln Hotel, Worcester, Mass. It* WANTED-Good advertising mnn for city work on a good medium; new; brJng recoin meudations. Call'Monday, 10i Water st, flight. room 4, 2d SSu" \7STANTED--An active American young man, vY 17 years old, to learn the wholesale grocery commission business.  AddreSB box lull, Boston. Sud3t* i)3 WANTES*-A live, enoiKCtlc men to take charge of a stitching room In a shoe factory maktriK ladies' batton boots and slippers; only those, who Know their business, and can keep their machine in order, need apply. HENRY LA.W, Springfield, Mass. It* TSTA-XTED-l'ocketmakel'3   nnd   aenmers on V? pains.   Apply foT. It. BENNETT, Plymouth Rock Pauls Co., ll Eiiotst., Boston.    dSutf 624 WTAXTEB-Boys \Y Apply to Mr. Wo Oil's, Irelorc 0.30 n. 1 ivs from 14 to 18 years of age. '��oodtmry at R. ii. white & dSutf 825 WANTED-Wo start men iljiht work, dayorevening; I erivier than at oilier work; send 10c. for 2_samples, 4 nd women dolug S12 per week earned peoiuieiiH and name in directory. Snjijily Uoase, Ruchester, N. Y. Address Slar SudBt* A IBUFFEIt wanted on tinware. Apply at 74 North St., Boston, MaaS;___dSu-it* oill AiVHEitkfi^AN walelter. eleaiiedor a new iiialii-aprlmt, f-1; watches loaned; ail work c,'uar:in-ee:i. W1LSOS' BROS., 0 Hanover St.; largest watch rejHiirlng department In I'.ostoiu^_d^iltt  o24 T^:v'lra;�PAHoTlt'' hMr lUitflUK-GeinlT �\. men having their heir cut In the above slyl:- to now that A LLAN'i) liROS.', 10 Tivmont to-, opp. Brattle oq., is the only place- U) get i-niin-pf.c-.dac-Unn. dsirl.r- ooO A l-^IK'iiT-C'ir-AWW ordi-r (not enriowmetit) deli, sh'(-3 dtiMlics in Mass.: e.'-ii-erietieed men can secure l:;)'ge reititinerallon; choice of field.  G 105, ;lolieothee. SuW*  u2 4 EAligGE corporatloll llts nil opening for an JTi. active rutin of g-:od :i!i;je.u':iiH'e and addr-:?s.-., mtd from 25 to 40; g.^'d salary paid to btart. Ad-iresj W 172, Globe oflice. It Al*OSET14>W paying f 3000 per annum is open lo it bright, industrious salesman; must he of niK- liabiis laid u haul worker. Address P. O. baxlSU^__It' AEL educated young men to nmily for clerical positions. BusinessExehange. 621\V:ishirtgton at. SuU4t* u2 BOX wanted, with talent for drawing, to learn designing and drawing; briuij samples of work when malting acplicatton. Lux Luiintving Co.. 185 Summer st, Boston. It WANTJ3D-Funiitiiro finishers, rubbers and viirnlsliera.  (.'. E. CUMINGS & CO., 182 Com- mercial St., DoiChester disi.iict. SSu* "TyEAVEItM "WANTED-A few good t t weavers used to revolving box looms for fancy dress goods can have cork at once; apply in person at Uie mill next Wednesday, Nov. C. Nouautum Worsted Co., Newton, Mass. dSu3t o31 \T7"ANTEliP-Stenographers, male or  female, TV i'tindidied without cluu-ge to employer or em-' Tyiiewriter Co., SuTThSK S28 pk-ye. b" tl:e IteuiingLon Standard 15 Sola I si. S WANTED, t-verv liuld man and every getfiu y niftn getting bald to use fir. Fletcher's Turkish Hulr Touie, which be can do with safety and lienellt to himselt'; all druggists. TllSSu 030 WANTED-A man lor repniring jewelry and wnt  titled will rnin your sight; save your oyes iiiltl gilt u perfect tit In our rock-ct'vstal lens iargx-f sttli WMso- WfLSON BROS,; 0 Hanover. flSutf 024 ATTENTION, I. A1HEIS-Mall 2o. stamp for sealed Instructions for oularglug j'our bust: live inches, using Emma Bust Developer; o-bsoltttoly guaranteed; our 24-pago Illustrated catalogue mailed forOc. EnimaTolletBazar,224Trcmontst. 8u8Wsl4 PAINT TOtll BlUIL�pi�B-Ol!� Wnro's Ochro Paint Oil, with or without ready mixed paints; durablo, dries quickly with a most beautiful gloss; 80a. a gallon. Send toT. M. WAR!',, India Bq. dSutf. ol4 Jtf  u try, provisions, lowest prices hi Boston.   5 Noi'thst. dSn7t* 020 Q JAOOll of Newport, R. I., tho lninortorofan-M� tltittltios, curiosities, shells, relics, etc., etc., hits opened the store OA Boacoti st,, Boston. It* MEXICAN CANDIES), delicious; Bond 10c. stamps for samples, MoDOWELL, 017 A JAR-DO * CO., Monterey, Moxleo. .  It* EVEIEYTIBING on earth in showctlaos, nil prices. JAJ1ESSHAY, 00 Trnvors st. Sttd4t* n2 IJI1KIENCM LAWBM, 0 Dover St.; ? and family washing nt reasonable prices. laces It* p TOY Jfll patent inkstand for 36o. Variety Bar-lAi gain store, 83 Kneeland at.       dSn20t* ol� musical instruments. LOOK! ��> 1E8SON8 FKE1S TO any person buying a piano within tho next 80 days, plush stool, cover and book; upright and squares of the prominent makers; SCO, 217(5, #100, #125, 81160, fj!2()0; Jaomo littlo used, but good as now nnd warranted; will rent litem $3, if!4, #5 por month, and allow tho ront towards purchaso (In reaaonablo time); old pianos taken In exchange. D. S. BRIG-HAM, 621 Washington at. dSutt oSO A N assortment of Stelnwtiy, second-hand grand, �Sl sqmu'o and upright pianoB, some nearly now; all fully warranted; also for sale cheap tho largest stock of second-hand plimoa of other makers, including overy protninent uiinio in America or Europe; howaro of bogus Instruments represented genuine Stelnwtiy pianos. M. STEINERT &, SONS.Btoiuerc Hall, Boston. dSutf au27 EKieiOII ISHtOTIIEltS, Oth av. and 23d St., New York city, have vacancies for several Al salesladies in their French and domestic uiidor-woar department; permanent positions and good salaries to thoroughly eompotont and experienced hands.  Apply at onco. It �7i'-tIPEIIiXENCED stitchers wantod to mnke If duck coats at home.  0. M. HOLMES, 523 Atlantic av. dSn4t* o31 EXPISKIENCED fur sewers 13, 330 Washington Bt. wanted. Room none others need apply. RI!IANI� glrl.svnnted. Apply at 30 Yarmouth FSu* o31 FOEDEIt wanted-Experienced folder on gos snnier clothing. Apply to Boston Gossamer Rub iter Co., Oil Washington st. d8u3t oSl FINISMEKfi wnnted. on cloaks. LAGHAN * CO., 120 KiinjBton at. DAY, OAL-dSutf All GUtl. wnnted on binding and buttonholes: also finishers on coats, 16 UornullI, C. NARD1NI, dSul4t* o20 (Ti IlS.I.S-Wanted, 10 girls to learn tho brush bttsl-XX. noss. Apply to A. & E. BURTON * CO., 122 Harvard st., Cambrldgoport, Mass. SSu" GIIE-IifJ to learn dreiiscuttlng and making; good sowers; work after learning.. Apply at Dress-mitklng Rooms, 54 Temple pi. dsu4t* o30 GJJISa wanted for gonernl housework in small family; otic capable of taking ohiuge of cook, lug; must go home nights; none others need npnly. Mrs. SEARS, 28 Eaton st. l'i> GIKItl.-work. �Wanted, capable girl for general liouso-372 Dudley at. It* GIKI., wanted; general housework. 008 Huntington av., between 0 and 3. Apply^nt wanted for housework, cooking, table, laundry and socond work        --------*       --� hotiBokceper for aged couple. Protestant glri as 614 Tromont st.   It* (IISX-Wanted, a situation as cook In restau-_ I rant, or hotel, with reference from city. Apply at 180 Marginal st., East Boston, Mass. it*" GIIII.S wanted; 2 young girls to learn dressmaking; good sowors paid while learning. Mrs. McK,EE, Hotel Victor, 738 Harrison nv. It* GEMMAN GISCX wantod for goneral liouso-work. 14 Dana pi., Itoxbury. It* GlitlLis wnntedTuving in Dorchester and vicinity. Putnam Nail Co., Nepousot, Mass. Sttd5t,n2 j^IllCI^ wiuited for hoiiseworit^ud^rrandB~fo"r VTT dressmaker. 45 W. Codar st. It* HEAD WAITKMSS, canaille of managing 85 waitresses, for largo hotel in Now York city; year round house; permanent position; first-class references required. Munliutiun Agency, 50 West 30th St., New York, It* HOIUSEKJEEPEIE    wanted,   trustworthy, young, to care for widower's small city home. Address T 171, Globe oflico. SSu* HODSEKEEI'EE Wnnted for a faintly of 8; easy place; go per week; give references. Address K 101, Globe omcc. It* HOirSMKEEX�Elia, assistant wanted, friends, or mother, daughter, preferred for old lady. 823 Washington. SuM LADIEra-We nre told that "Iho rose by smother name would smell ns sweet," but if they say that any oilier art equals in fascination the Etruscan a mighty host ol our pupils will answer, No, fhunk you;" it adds to photography the real-Ism which the camera falls to impart; It is easy to learn; the demand for our paintings Is immense; we need your aid, and promise you constant homo employment with good pin money, real not flat. Please call and see our beautiful samples, or address with stamp for further purticuhirs, Etruscan Art Co., 28 Temple pi., Boston, Mobs. It* LADIES wanted lo learn French mtllinory; guarantee J?10 to #16 per week; lessons dally; evenings Monday and Wednesday. Wise It. M, -------INS, 121) Tren------'   .....' GIBBON emont at.,room 8. SuM* LADIES looking for employment or business can make good income on capital of few dollars. Call at 132 Tremont st., room 7. It* LADIES to take seu'lm: to their homes, between 8 and 5,1215 Walnuts!., Ohelsos.Alass. f^ACINTOSII Wurka, Boston. Experienced makers wnnted; workers, girls or men.  Standard Rubber CanipeUo, Muss., or  100  Congress st., dSutf o20 PAKTAlOOSi SEAMEKS-Wanted, Immediately, 8 experienced pantaloon seamenj; steady work and hlqliest prices to first-class hands. FItEtLANI), LOOM1S A- CO., Boylston sq. dSutf oB R~' IJI3HEI5, CO'AT.MAl�ET�nrnntcd7�" , perlencod, at Standard Rubber Works, Cam-pello, Mass. d-Sutf  <,25 STITdOtEKS-Wantod, experienced stitchers steady work; good wages.      "" " Clifton Mfg. Co., 20-i dSutf s20 SWEDES, Norwegians, llanes, cook, cliruriber. ho iu,---woi k girls wanted. Mrs. 1IELGA STA UL-BORN, 231 liauover st. It* ST. TAYEOIt, 030 Broadway, Now York,  calls attention to our only Boston ngout.Mrs. Al, A, Bennett, 12 Woflt st., room 8, whom wo recommend aa our best teacher of dross cuUIiur in thut city; French pattorns, fashion journals una systems for sale. S. T. TAYLOR, fashioner and importer. Sutf au24 S.  T.  TAYMt'S Sow Enftlnitd Ajjonoy, 0 Hamilton place. Original and only actual meitsiiro system for dress and garment outtlng; systemB wholesale and retail. D. l. B1IRBEC1C, authorized agent,.      Sutf dl5 rpHE I. X. I,. Taylor systomof dross and garment X cutting Is above competition; easily learned and accurate in every way; perfect Btttlsfacttoti guaranteed: lossonB not limited; liberal commission to local and travelling agents. 705 Washington St., room 2. Sn2t* iiB WANTED-TIiobo who are good sewers to know during repairs on building tlioy can bring material, cut and make a costume throughout at ro-duoed prlceB; we will do tho outtlng if one does not wish to tako it; lessons given In finishing, making them competent to goln droBsinnklng rooms as good finishers; evening Icsboub given. 1HI Tromont st., noar Boylston. HARRIET A. BROWN. It* WANTED-By ,,,.,!,,,,,  �,.,,,.,, moro engagements by the day; good tlttlni stylish Bloove, French bias  '     - '--    '      - 178, Globe ollice. competent dressmaker, fow '   '    the terms low. Address R Sll'I'll" WANTED-Ladles lo sec McDowell's celebrated (IresscuttluK system at Mechanics' Fair, light sldo of grand organ on street floor, also 22 Winter st,, Mrs. BAMFOHT'll, agent. It* WANTED-By a flrst-cluss dressmaker, a few moro engagements by the tiny; a perfect fit guaranteed: will take work homo If desired. Address C 188, Globo ottioo. It* toilet articles, etc. EXQUISITE FREE. How tu remove wrinkles, frockles, tan, moth, pimple, etc.; trialfrooat Parlor. Pinttslue; cures women; explalnod In circular; send 4o. for postage. Mmo. PINAULT,, G3_Templo pi.; in Lynn,Saturday.__It* LADIESI, comparisons are useless when wo know, and thousands of others are convinced, that our toilet articles are superior to all others on tho market; a fow moments in our parlors will convince tho most sceptlcul that a clear fresh complexion Is easily obtained: trial gratis. 20 Temple pi. S15i^�iiijiweTi"TaXm" on the face, forehand, betweon the eyebrows, also ingrowing eyekiBhos and lutir moles peruiiincntly destroyed by electricity without injury; this Is an operation wlitch can be suceeiml'ully performed only after years of practice and by an expert; the doctor la a regular graduate in medicine and surgery, and has given this subjoct special study; trial hairs eradicated free; references given: lady aiiriljitant; ollice hours 10 until 4. Dr. DAY, 48 Winter St., near Tromont. It* SUI*EIt.PEUOVS HAIR, permanently removed by an Indian preparation; reliable references given; consultation free; hyMrB. W. W. HAD-LEY, 176 Tremont st,, Boston, room 40, every Tuesday, Wednesday antl Thursday; hours, 0 a. m, to 4 p. m.; post ofilce address, 358 Bummer St., Lynn, -   -     ita- Mass. Sutf  au25 CIIPEItPEUOUS hair permanently removed O from the face or arms without injury to Iho skin: consultation free. Mruo. INWOOD,'31 Winter st, room 8. up 2 flights. It* 850;   llnllott   * DavlB.JIHS; Oil- $A A-cIOcICEICING, 4bU Otimstoii, (B76; Mallet .. belt uprights for 8150, 8175, 8185; easy payments, Stclnway parlor grand, 8370, at JAS. W. CHEE-NEY'S, 057 Washington St., ' dvor the Continental. SuMTThF* nB HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC. Extensive auction SAI.e of horses-Mr. J. 0. Richardson of tho Combination auction stables, 243 and 245 Friend st., Boston, will hold Ids next monthly special auction sale of SO high bred driving hbrses from Kontuolty on WaDNESDAY, NOT. 6, embracing n coUeotlon of gentlemen's driving horses, consisting of coaohors, trotters, pacers, roadsters, family and sadtllo horses; among the number are several woll-matched pairs; no time or expense has been spared In' sclenting this stock, and the quality of tho horses will compare favorably with the high standard of horses offered at Mr. Richardson's former special sales; they will arrive at the stables on Sunday morning, Nov. 2, and will bo on view for examination antl trial at any time previous te sale. These horses woro personally solootcd by Mr. Richardson while on his recent visit to Kentucky, and tho lot comprises stock of raro exoollenno. In connection with the sale of Kentucky horflos, we shall also sell forty (40) head of fine driving, rond, family, nnd business horses from Indiana and Iowa, weighing from 1000 to 1500 lbs. For full particulars aeo "Auction Soles," this paper. SudSt n2 CASH will buv the very stylish trotting moro Lady Wilkes, by Wttlccs, son ... Jtysdlek's Itambletonlan, dam May Lndy,by Bluo Bull; sho Is 7 years old, 151,4 hands high, full mane and tall, bright rich color; has great aournge and endurance; natural roadster of 12 miles an nour; sho trotted 3 heats whon purchased by my husband at Lexington, Ky., a little over a year ago, In 2.81, 2.20 and 2.28%. at which time ho paid �875 for her, and sho Is a better inure now than she was then; will warrant her sound, kind and gentle for Indies, as sho has been used as a family and road mare the past, year; allow 80 days' trial: will sell her only to persons who will give hor a good homo; also, at great Bacrlflce, tho vory valttablo fast-trottlntt horse. Emperor; cost my late hiiBhnnd S1250; he Is perfect In every particular, and oan trot a full milo In 2.24; ho Is young, handsome ami stvllsh. and can road 20 miles In 2 hours, and weighs 1050 lbs. For further particulars Inquire of William, my colored groom, at my private stable, rear residence, 103 West Ded-liam St., second door from Tremont.        _It* (J&P7rk WII.Ij BUY pair liny Morgan mares, C3  "8 ka-009T !895 1L AND SEE THESE I3AIIOAINS j- Money refunded at any time if not satisfactory; Chlokorlng uptight, small Rogers upright, both perfect in every way. 102 Tremont st., up 1 flight. SSu* NEW ENGEAND pianos, unrivalled for singing quality of tone; low prlcoB foy cash or on easy payments, alao to rent, at warorooms, 157 Tromont st. It STEIN WATT UPMIWIKT, almost now, taken in trade for one of our elegant Schubert uprights at quarter coat: line 7Va upright, gl75| don't fail to see it. 670 Washington st.       SuM* NEW I�3fANc EOIS BOAISW-Board and rooms for tlte winter for two will bo aptilled on new ilrst-class piano; city preforred. Address N 107, Globe ollice. It* aotnTiB: O -135 IWSTON  I�IANO   If.OOIWH, Broadway; pianos sold on easy monthly payments, new or second-hand. Sti4t 012 HOUSE*'! arc necessary, and so is a watch; if it is American you can havo it oloaned or n now mainspring Inserted for "11, antl a wateh loaned you at WILSON BROS., 0 Hanover St., B.tistoii.dSntfo2' �poiK, SAM2-End spring open ,, .    -J open buggy, ft! JC panel body, 3-aprlngexpress wagon, 820; vi tlnir 3-sprlng express wagon, 1% axle, 7% ft. bo �0fl; Ivors open buggy, S!10. F. W. I.EAVITT, ' Somcrville av., Somervllle. #20 very hotly, P, 472 It* HOK8E8 wlnterod at Bedford, Mass., stalls,       ' . . largo good stuvloe, good pasturage, feed end exercise, as desired; terms reasonable. For further particulars address Bedford Farm, Bedford, Mass, Sutf 814 STOI�A�-E for carriages, furniture, etc., Poo-pic's Storage Warehouse, 124 Norfolk av.; carriages ?1.25 per month; 4 or more, SI each| rooms gl.60 and upwards; take Hampden sc. electrics. It* "I^OIt ("iAEB, 15 express horses, 1100 to 1300 Ji? lbB.; extra good chiuiks; pair hay marcs, extra pattern, 2440 lbs.; 3 drivers and ono trotter, can go fast. Apply to agont, formerly American Express stable, 21 Lancaster St., near Lowell depot. Sud3t*n2 I7IOK SAEE-? pat. reverslbl   _____   ..... ______  ........._........ REED BROS., 426 Main St., Cambridgeport, Jvfusa. ______________ 0 Kensington carriage bodies with at. reversible sear, and lnny back. Apply to SuM* I70IC SAEE-Ouo 4-whool Donaldson oah, ; horses, 1 set harness.and stand, 5 Tremont row prlco 1JI450. Inquire F. P. STONE, 4 Tromont rowi SudSt* n2 $65 7-o Z.IWE-Stt-amers leave even' Saturday tor Liverpool via litteenstown; Ranisria, Nov. 1; Scytliia, Nov. 8; Pavuiila. Nov. IB; Catalonia, Nov. 22; Cephalouia, Nov. 29; Samaria, Dec. 0; Scythia, l^ec. 13; I'nvonia, Dec. 20; cabin passage, SUO, g80, plOO. ALEXA-N11E1: MAliTIN, Agent, 00 State St., iioBton. dSutf jnl2 Gil d. K(\ - SI'EEltAGE OXO.OU from Live TKJ1XEXH jioul, QueensUm'ii, Glasgow, Londonderry, London and Belfast; fpmi lirts-tol, Cuidlif, etc.. at lowest rates. Watren Lmo Bteauiship Co., 18 Post Ollice set.; drafts for sale. TliSSuTtf jali* sewing  machines. rriME greatfjjt bargains ever oiferwl In first-class X sewing machines, new and second-hand, are at WILSON'S, 108 Cambridge St.; open evenings Sud7i*  U2 WE Wilt SELL any mnke of sewinj machine, exc�nit Wilcox i Olbbs and Davis, lot fSOcimhor g30 Instalments; every maeltiuo warranted strictly new una latest wood woik in walnut, oak. asb, mahogany, French walnut, etc.; remember, we save you the agent'* commission; wo repair nil kinds of machiut.3 at lv:-.sou^t.'le prices. Sewing Mavlaiic Emporium, 31 llavHiudiil., fhntou. rSuVVtf  oi* ("^ VITAlit and niuno ttutglit from tbo shortest TT and most practical metbud; lessons at pupil's sidenee, or at 17[i Tremont st.; terms reasonaiite. Miss a;*elik_ci.ii;ni':t.___ it* "Aitii'H Coinet Sohool, tiio "Lo llrim," CaT-euovest.; lessons day and evening; special attention to ladles and begbiueis; cornels fur sale or to let; send for terms. it* MIC. III.'NJKI KESectKK, violinist., lute of i'atiii and nicnilier ol liotiton svmpliony orchestra, will give instructions on the violin at loOA Tromont St., room 12. It* AI,. PBMUEKTON, ttuichcr of cornet, � amateur bands and orchestras; piil'liculnr care taken with lieKllinets and lady pupils. Oillee, 36 Muslo Hali building, lloston, Mass. It* M-VJUL&iuii cornet school, Thomius MiUlaiyT , lirlimipnl; otllce 14(1 Tremont st., room 4; cornets lor saio and to let; coruetlsUi turuished tor all occasions. It* OJ. ISAEE, music parlor 3 Tremont row  room 32; instruction in all grades on pianoB llute or piccolo; line new ltlldall Carte tiute for sale, ^XiJ8N*��AI�Itt-^u�ielor wed-finS, .   ...........t;s, pi .ties and luouinuirs  furnished.  Onlce Oio omO.  11. allen. ho SulVKOt*  u8 VtOEEV will be taught by It. KHISHN, member of the Eoston Symphonv Orchestra. 72 Apple-tun St. It* QOPIEAXO - Sympnthellc; yj church;  Cnlliollc preferted: class.  K 177, Olobe oflice. desires position; references   flrat It* M'SS StOSE OI'l'EKHEItlHEJie, teacher of the euitur and banjo,  "' '    '  '    "*----- Washington st. 3 Leland ill., otf 1281 It* JIIU.IC'AIIE eve. i'reiuonl sts. fM'Vtr V7 Thn.nksgivhig lIBAlVrs can be encaged Ollice 37 Court and 9(13 It* SHEET MVfitV given free tu uulv visitor New Homo Machine parlors, ICO Tre: imont st. Sudtf 823 *jJlEEi>E^tli; lRt*T-CI.A*M piano lessons 1 houies �f i-'iipiis by a young indy; II iIB, (-lube otllce. given at the Sft ets. ks^on. It* �\riOL.IN EEtiMOIVS by aa cicperleuced luulu > teitehe!; be^t tiermuu tiitd American uiclheds; lew rate.1,; referenct:a. T>00-l,E-W Oit-JIiESTKA X St., mini 51. Address A 170. Glebi piano, and vocal lessons, cents: day or evetdug. o. it., V huuts. Tremont ____lt*^ tirst-eiasti, 25 O. box 125o. O A>*l> N't'ACK dancing taught; till N, SO Court bt. S.MTTll* U2 w. e. 11ac0.n r�EB�'K'^, OltA Y, teacberor banjo,gitltiur 1. and mandolin, f.0 iioylstou st., Boston.     It* Ua'i'AIES, banjos and strim-s at lis \X lc3�uns reusooablr. e. clakk, 2 St::lWJ irgntas; unit av. OViS. J Tlvi..'. 1-OOJ.K, teacher of vi-diu , ITS It* HOItSE OEH�'J�IJlf  CAIJIS, 'J or 4 wheelers, horses and harness. Stable, 148 Hampden st. dHtilt* o30 jrEltOIO, horses, harnesses and stand; groat I bargain. Apply at 130 Morrlmao Bt. SuiMt n2 BEA V'FEl.-Oood grocery team in exchange for ' vnlunblo house lot. Box 171,Newton Highlands, bicycles, tricycles, etc a feu* second-hand safeties of good patterns and In ilrst-rate order, at low prices. All machines thoroughly overhauled, liargalns in oilier second-hand wheels. POPE M1?G. CO., 77 Emnklln st., lloston. KuWtf 012 WW. 81'AILX, BOO Tromont st.; down town  branch, 30 CornMll; safety bicycles) suit all ages and oitiier sez; new and second-hand; greatest variety in tho city; store closes at (I p. in, dSutf Jvl3 BAJKi!AI]VS) in safeties, Singer in perfect order. (S8CI; Oatioid, JfSlOO; Now 18U0 Victor, BUOj Premier Tandem. gl25; lots of others. FAIUBANKS.SANBOUN & CO., 145 Columbus av SAEEXfES, new and second-band, a largo lino of them on which money must bo raised; also ......HSt/fl IFM�D P. DUDLEY, . _ of them on which mime' some blc-5'cles from $& to $: 132 Charles st. Ij*OIE BALE, cheap, or cichangc for flrst-olass cnlllgraph or Itemtngtou typewriter, a Lovoll safety bicycle (little used). 1. P., 8 Salem st. Nashua, N. ii. It* VIOTOIE CHILOa tricycle for snlc low; tUck-eled brake and foot-rest. 13 Tremont row, room 1. Q Al'EXIES on easy terms at cash prices, after 0 (J p. in,  2(1 Michigan av., Dorchester. It* WASTEO-H or 02-iu. Victor for cash. Ad-___dress 11. B_. EMEKY, 304 Atliintlcav^_ It HARVFOJU> SAFBTY, but little "used, good us now, |>176. Address H 100, >.ilobe oillee. clotkinq. AXTBHTION, MVEJte-troOW-4.--,SUBhUy worn custom-mndo ciothing; I have a very large sttick on liiuid, wlilch must be sold out at once; look at these prices: Flue winter ovei-eoats, S3 to glO: suits, gl to *u0; coata aud vests, If 2 to (JO: pants, ill to p3; remember, theBo goods lutve been cleaned and repaired and are far belter than new cheap, ready-made clotliing.l and will coBt you very much less; also the linest line of gents'now custom clothing m Boston, made by Borne of tho be6t tailors in the U. S., whicli I will sell for one-half their original cost. South End Clothing Store, 17,10 and 21 Shttwwut av. and 208 Tremont st. D. G. LUCE. ThSSuTO my7 CEOTHIJ��i-Ladles' and gentlemen's cast-off clothing wanted; we pay the highest prices over otfered; call or send order. New York Clothing Co., oitices, Nos. 8. lu, 12 and 14 Bhawuiut uv.dSu7t*030 rtAST-OFP clothing or all kinds wanted; also \j carpets and furniture; send postal, I will call and pay cash. M. O. B., 100 Tyler st. SuM* ITiOK SALE-Sealskin sacque, almost new] / trimmed with black beaver; bust, 40 in.; length, SSin. Apply to Mmo. DUPONU, 46 Temple p!., lloston, Mass. 1c* I^OIt SAEE-Beavor cape and mutT; bust S2 . inch. 11107, Olobo office, It* billiards and pool. l^il.J.IAltU AKO POOITABLES OX I KsTAUIKXTS and easy terms: secoud-Imud tables and all kinds of billiard f uruisb-tugs. Tito Briggs tables are thu standard everywhere. Send fur cauduguo and latest rules frto. OLIVEK 1. BB1UOS, 070 Wastiuistun St., Boston , Mass. SuMtf \*ITAIV*I,EI> - Couibujation biiliaixi aud t t tabic, with dxtiues. M 110, Oljbe oitie.-. dSuSt* d4_ pool nl OM BB. C. II. HAEE-30 years' experi-, enco in hospital and oillee practice, regular phy-Blclati; export treatment of all forms of private diseases; solicits a call from all who havo failed lu former attempts to got well; no oxperlmonta, quackery or failure; medicines for infectious or poisonous ills-onses of the urinary orgiuiB; euro recent eases in otto day, stopping mucous discharges, irr.itatlons, scalding and lnllamniatlon; nover sicken or taint tlte breath; cost less, euro quicker than all others; his blood medicines cure tho worst typo of private diseases, pains In the tlesh nnd bones," red spots, ulcers, all sores on tho limbs and nil other forms possible; patients.who consult Dr. Hall aro always satlslied; gradiuito 18B2. Ofilce 50 Howard st. Ainit mk� dSutf mil!) TVITKS. ok- MJcmOiP, 7 Tremont row, Scol-VlJL lny sq-, specialist ol' great, experience in the ircatmont of all forms of female complaints; her huge and successful practice Is a aufllclentgtinrunteej of skill; employs the only safe and sura methods known, hulles desiring the aid of a physician will save money and tlntl uulok relief by consulting her; elegant accommodations for patients who wish to remain under tho doctor's personal care; large assortment of tho most roliablo medicines; 0 to 0 every day.___dSu7t� 028 Y~AWIES requiring tho advice of an old and ox-, JU pctienced physician, who has devoted years of; attention to all forms of fetnalo complaints, oan con-fldoutluliy'consult mo free of charge on nil diseases of a delicate- or private nature, and he assured of scleniific una courteotiH treatment; methods painless hut positive; nu experienced lady physician In at-, tendanco, who can bo consulted at all hours when preferred; charges moderate; ofilce hours 0 to 9. Dr. IllISSELL, 41 Winter St., room S. SuM* LAMIES-Straogots in city, wishing services of old and skilful doctor, avoid failure and Imposture, soottro quick and certain relief, visit Dr. O. II. IIALL; luxtuioiui accommodations, delionoy, polite-ne�a; cottage nursing; secrecy warranted; parlor* for patients; all hours. 00 Howard st, oity. SnTFtf mh20 Iracgista, or by mall from D�out� Mfrf. Co., lli lYIille St., New York; full dtrorrttons. uSnly 018 rsvsto JJMEE AJVO MlsPpRTtWE oan be JL avoided by tho uso of Old Dr. Warren's Pennyroyal Pills; relieve in 3 to ti daysi never folia wntt 4o. in stumps for rreo trhil package. Warren Iteme-dies Co.,loo Tromont st.,Boston, office 23. d3u3t-*nl r>EWSOWAE-Wo offer glOOO reward for a X cough or throat trouble (last stagost of d(seas� excepted), which cannot bo relieved by a proper use of Dr. X. Stone's Bronchial Wolora; aomplea free. Address Stono Med. Co., Quhioy, IU.   SSnBat nl AWBY P*r�'l.S for ladles"; relieve In 2 te 5 .... days; never fall; warranted safe and reliable: send 4c. In stamps for froo trial. Mrs. Dr. FOREEST, 181 Tremont at., offlco 21; Sundays from B to 0 u. m. SudSt* na LAOIES, married or single, quickly oured with, out using painful or dangerous remedies; advice 1'iee: nil letters answered. Address Dr. and Mrs. STANLEY, P. O. box 8071, Buston, Mass. SudBt'na BX.AH.SC'8 3E1VOM8SI KEaiOEOY-A quick and sure cure for all discuses of the urinary orgiuiB. Sole agents, F. T. CHritOII .fc CO., :or. Court and Howard sts. SuMWEtf 85 'jWTsiB APFI.iti'I'lEB-C-ill for, send for JL the Lust Manhood Kestot-er and Nerve Tonli-; sure cure: only jjll per bottle. Dr. MOR1ULL, .171 Court St.; lionrs, 0 to 0. SllMTThS*  n3 BEAKK'S English Iteotorntivo litis-a sure cum for nervous debility and lost vigor in either sex. F. T. CilUUCU * CO., agenta, cor. Court nnd How-iird^-_prlcc SI box.___ThSStiTtf mhl4 Tl/jltN, �it. TiiOSIA.S, 233 Tremont. sT, XlJl. treats all discuses of women; board and skilled nursing during confinement; certain. remedies nilld; Sud7t* IHH Mi. UJU6.VTE, st., room 1; otllce hours 9 women and children a specialty. 001) Washington to fi; aiseases of dSu7t* oSO (3.OILIEST FXEES for ladies; rolleveluSdavsi H Bend a 2-eent. stamps tor a free trial.   Mrs. fir. BELL, 301 Columbus av. SuM* (JUQ TO tUTjitK any private dlscaso. Write or tJO call on Dr. D'EVELYN, 301 Columbus av. DK. KTKSiEEE'M LITTLE pills never fail; Dr. Ittisseil treats all female euipliutus. 41 Winter st., room 3. SuM*  i> Will treat any private disease for     c^5 _ dSuSt* o3t> WAttT.S-Sem! 20c. pennaueut wart our in stamps for a guaranteed e. Address K 105, Oicbe It* �K. Iciisss.El'.L. ladles- physician, 20 years' practice; advice free. 41 Winter at.,room 3. 11* machinery. OH*. 84AE-E-Large assortment of now aud seo-ontl-haud nuiehinery, steam engines and boilers, nil dimensions and styles; hoisting engines; G-h p. Shipmau oil engine, wuod and iron pullevs. all slaes; slmltuig, hangerj, lathes, presses. J. H'. KOBEltTS CO., Boston, Mass. _SuTThSU! jy�0 JTIOK SALE-New and second-hand straight A and irregular moulders, buna pinners, suw �nehes, panel planers, band siws.everv desorlption t woodworking maclilnory; also 2 upright drills, a steam etii-ines, 4 hot air eii'-tues, hungers, pulleva and beltin;:, etc.  E. F. DltEM', 45 Charluatiwu a't. 'oot and hand power wood tuniT gain.  Cull at 20 Adams >!., Kox-�l. '"' "" "Sents.        SSu* ^OEf
                            

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