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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                . > f 4,1 THE 'BOSTON ' SUNDAY GLqEE-SUI03AT,  NOTEMBER  16, 1890--TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES. 13 WHITE, BDT OPE A SLATE. John Clark of the Boston Sub-Treasnry. Brother the George Harris of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." A Career of Eventful Incident and Some Sorrow. nncl I would take his placts in tlio treasury. They wore bo plonseii with me that they tiromoteiJ mo, and Uopt mo until now. I havp been there 23 years." ^ You must have .soon q,uite a number of the presidents," I said. 'Yes, I have soon everj' one of them, be-Binniuewith Gen. Hnrrison, and, indeed, I spent two weeks at Quiiicy n.s the giiest of John Quincy Adams. I have boon all over the co\mtry� and at one lime I wna express messenger for Wells, Fargo &Co., in California. "Politics, you s.iy? Well, I am a Republican to the backbojie, but I re,i,d The GLonm." Mr. Clark owns the little osta to whore ho lives, and takes great pride in his liouse and Rrrounds. His fatiior was a soldier in the rovolution, and enlisted under AVasliington himself. The out is from a photoarraph taken not lonff ago, and the one standing is tTohn Clark, tho other Lewis, the "George Harris" of "tnole Tom's Cabin," GmOBGE L. SCLUVAN. .N Cambridge lives a man who is known as John Clark. Ho lives all alone, and few, if any, of his neighbors who aeo him come and go every day, know his life story, which is as interesting as anything in fiction. You may see him any day at the big buildingin PostOffioe sq., where ho holds the position of messenger in the sub-treasury derortment. That is hi' mominal title, but hfc >ll8 o far Inore responsible position than that title indicates, for ho holds the keys that lock up behind huge hron doors $17,000,000 of Bovemnient funds, and when he goes homo at night he la responsible for that vast sum. I called on him a few days ago at his pretty little home on Norfolk St., which is filled from top to bottom with curious relics, picked np eyerywhere, and bits of valuable ohina and old silver that would delight a connoisseur. For Mr. Clark is a collector himself in a small way, and values his choice collection very highly. One of the most Interesting features in the old gentleman's history is his connection with that wonderful story, "Uncle Tom's Cabin." He not only lived among the scenes depicted in the novel, biit his friends and indeed his near relatives supplied some of the characters. "Yes," ho said, "not many people know that I was once a slave, owned as any property. You see there is no trace of the black bipod." And he rolled up his sleeve and showed an arm as white as many a man's of pure Caucasian lineage. "My grandfather," he continued, "waa born in Edinboro, Soot., and my grandmother in Ireland. But somewhere there is a link lost, and a single drop of the dark blood flows iri my veins, but it is not discernible. "Tell you about those oarly, terribledays? Well, there were 10 of us children, of which lam the eighth. All arc gone now but my brother Lewis and myself. Wo wore owned by a John Logan in Lo.Kington, Ky. I-Io was Eomo distant relative of ours and cOnso-quantly we wore not treated as badly as some of the others. We lived in one end of a long house, tho other, end of .which was occupied by Logan himself. But we were none tlio Io.ss his exclusive property, to bo bouprht sold and DiortgaRod as he saw fit. There was a certain boundary beyond which no slave could step. Just to show you what complete ownership thoy exercised over us I will tell you a little incident that 1 remember. I was always fond of music, and I bought a French horn, whicli I learned to play so well tJiat a cavalry company in Lexington often hired mo to play for them, paying me .$5 for half a day. But when I got back to the plantation the money invariably went into the master's hands and I never s.aw a cent of it. I owned the horn, tho master owned mo, and thus took tho money earned by the horn." "Can you tell mo anything about the slave speculators?" "Woll, they used to come into a district, buy up nil tho slaves they could and drive tlifliii oft' to some big city, where a public MiWtion was held. It was in this way thiit . those wlio were closely related were separ-utod at a moment's notice, and forever. Why, I roraombor we were ftt dinner, one day, all of us together, when a sl.ive gang stopped at the door and the owner camo in with Logan. Ho pointed to my sister and then we knew and not until then that she had been sold. They took lior out, shackled her wrist and an.klo to about ICO others and drove her away to Now Orleans. She was bouij;ht by a rich French planter there who married and educated her. I have been to tho Kouthorn city and went through tlio boautil'ul house she left there for her heirs. Do you wonder that such scenes and experiences as those made us wild, and that my brother and I ran away from them? "My brother Lewis and myself took French leave in M.arch. 1841, and travelled by night to Columbus, O. There I was ap-liointed delegate to a convention gathering to discuss the condition of affairs, and I was the first slave that ever spoke to the people in the country, and so far as I can find out the very first one that made an effort to break the galling chains. From Ohio I went to Buffalo, aud stopped in that district in all about fom' months. During that time I was continually makmg public addresses, and I stopped at the house of Millard Fil-moro, who was then a representative from the Genesee district. I also became intimately acquainted with W. H. Seward, at whose home I spent two months. In 18i2 I came to Boston, where my brother Lewis was before mo, and settled bore in Cambridge, where you find me today. "Robert C. Winthron, who is now living on Beacon st., and S. E. Sowall bought me and gave me my freedom. I spoke some in this vicinity, and I must tell you about my experience at Harvard College. 'T! spoko there in '43 to about 500 students, and thoy mobbed me because I told them ttiat tho difficulty would have to be settled by blood and not by any other means. I got struck in the forehead with a rotten egg, and that made mo so angry that I told them that some of those that came from the South were kept at colleg-e, and their bills paid with money earned in tho,cotton fields by their own lialf-brotlicrs, which was truth, no matter if it was galling to them. After the war, nearly 25 years later, 1 spoke at Harvard at a big banquet of tho Home Guards, before 800 students, professors aud dignitaries. I recalled the former occasion when 1 said that blood and blood only would wipe out tho trouble, and they listened to me with attentive interest and cheered mo well." "When was it tliat you became ac-guaiuted with Mrs. Stowe?" I asked. "A little later than this. There was a Mr. S.afEord, I forgot his initials, who lived up hero where Bro.adway is now, who was an abolitionist, and a strong one, too. Ho was acoustomod to hold meetings of abolitionists at his house, and Mrs. Stowe was some relative of his. My brother Lewis and 1 went to these meetings quite often, and told the people about our life in Kentucky and some of tho tor/iblo scenes we had witnessed there. She became deeply interested, and "Undo Tom's Cabin" was the result of our talks with her. Undoubtedly that book did more than any one tiling toward the emancipation of the slaves. You have probably heard your friends who remember when it came out, tell about the small paper it was origually published in, called tho National Era. It was an abolition paper, having n small local circulation, and when the wonderful story appeared In its columns, tho number of sub-Bcribers increased to a very large flunre. "You remember tho 'George Harris' of the story? Well. Airs. Stowe copied my brother Lewis for that character and it is a faithful picture of him as ho was then. A strong, healthy. Gno-lookiug young fellow who was just the one to play the part of hero. Then wo gave h'jr anotlier character, our old master, John Logan became the Legree of the book; that devil who was only too truly described. It is curious and gives mo a strange feeling to pick up the book and road over the old thrilling scenes that I lived through, study the characters I knew and were closely related to mo. But very soon the war broke out and I went to the front, thinking that hero was a chance to have a hack at tlioso fellowa, I was with the 24th Jfassachusetts \'uliin-toers under Gen. Bunisido. I remember Roanoke and all the other terrible fights M'oll. I received nota scratch, and I will ay right here that I never m my life had a oaekache and I haven't been sick a day for 48 years; and I think my good health is duo as much as anythuig to tho 'act that I never used tobacco n any form and never toiicliod ntoxicating Uquors. I forgot to tell you that wa were invited by tho Duchess of Sutherland to go to England and stir up the tjoople there on the slavery guestira; Imt 1 told my brother tliat wo had no bchooling, and we didn't go. "After tlio war I learned t)io caterer's trade, and I pride myself tliat I can sot as handsome a table and make as good a cliicken salad today as any mini. When tho Prince of Wales was hern I set the table lor the big welfoiiuj bamiuet, and wi'Ut with him to Canada, wliere 1 ciuered fur him." "How did vou come to obtiiin your present position of ti-easury-vruard?" I askeil. "Well, you see 1 i\us hired to go tu l'"raiico in '07 and take charge of the American restaurant at Iho n.xpo.siii IcmsTlieuandNow." Blblo siihool at 12 m. Prayer mooting at 0. Praise meeting at 7, lod hy children's oholr and male quartet. Sermon by tho pastor at 7.30. Subleot; "Zaocheus," Tho puhlio ato cordially invited. THE BOSTON TEMPEHANCE UKFOKM CLUB meets every Sunday at 2.30 p. m. in Seaman's chapel, 175 Ilnnover St. Those who wish to spend a Sunday afternoon In a lirel-claaa temperance mooting, where thoy can hear and see what temperance can and has done, sliould visit this club. 1. D. Blen, presidont; WUUiim Walsh, secretary. LENOX SIT.EET CIIArElr-Tho Lenox free dhurch services. .Sunday school, 2 p. m.' Proaolilng by pastor, J. A. Hughes, 3.15 p. ra. Song service, led by Dora P. Damen, cornet ooloisi. Address,"Gossip nnd Goaslpers, by J. A. Hugiies, 7.30 p. lu. Everybody welcome." PEOPLE'S CiroRCIl-lO.aOa. m., Bormonby Dr. Murray of Wilmington, Del.:, 3 p. m., dedication of chnroh and sermon by Bishop Foster, nasislod by board of bishops; presentation of tho now organ by Hon. E. H. Dunn; 7.30, sermon by BlahopTV. T. Ninde. DK. LANDIS' SCIENTIFIC CIinRCH. Rod Men's Hall, CIA-Tromont st.-Sunday, Nov. 10, Lillian Lanilis will sing, 7.30 to 8 p. m,, soloa equal to any prima donna; free lecture to gentlemen only, 8 p. m. For parllculars' sco amnsonioiit column Sunday Globe. , , . UUACB CHURCH (FIRST M. E.), Tomplo st.-Rev. Samuel Small whl speak at 10.30, Sunday school at 2, league iirayor mooting at 0.30; at 7.86 liev. M. L. HykM of eoiilral China will speak, and Bishop Hurst Of Washington, D. C, will bo present. FIllST FREE BAPTIST CUURCIi, Sliawmut av.,cor. llutlnndst.-Rev. F. L. Hayes, pastor, will preach at 10.30 a.m.; gospel servfce at 7.30 p.m. Wednesday ovcnlng, Bov. Dr. lHacArtlinr of Sow York will glvo hiB lUustraUid lecture on "Russia." "THE GATEWAY OF KNOWLEDGE; or the Path for Finding the Genius and Adaptability in Lite of each Indivldunt." Lecture by tlio author and traveller. Dr. .1. C. Street, Sunday, 7.45 p. m., Bsoterlo leoture rooms, 478 Shawniut nv. All welcome. BROMFIELD STREET iSI. E. CHURCH, Rev. Q. A. Crawford, pastor-Closs meeting, 0.30 a. m.; at 10.30 sermon by Bishop Fitzgerald; Sunday school at noon; League prayer meeting at 6.30; revival services at 7.40; all aro weleoiue. �PAIlI\iENTER ST. CHAPEL.-Ecv. J. B. Green, wdio has assumed charge of tlie mission at Parmonter St., ^viIl conduct religious services at tho chapel Suiw day ovoning at 7.30. Good singing a sncolalfeomrB The public cordially Invited. WINTHROr STREET M. E. CHURCH, Rov. Charles L. Goodell. piistor-Blahop John F. Burst, 1). D., LL. D., wUl preach at 10,30 a. m. Rov. Robert Forboa, 1). W., of St. I'anl, illnii., wlU jireach at 7.30 p.m. Public invited. BERKELEY HALL, cor. Trornont and Berkeley 8l8.-Mi-8. R. .S. Lillio will Icctura tor tho Boston Splrltiinl Temple Society, morning and evening. Services 10.30 a. m., 7 p. ni. Wuslo bynialo quartet. Seats free. Publlo Invited. SOUTH END HELPING HAND TOTAL ABSTl NENCE SOCIETY meets every Sunday ovoning at Arlington llal!, cor. Dover and Washington sta., 1126. All are wclcoino. J. .A. Zazlis, pfealdent; C. Strickland, secretary. CHRISTIAN POCIALISM-The Mission of tho Carpenter, Women's Union Hall, 08 Boylaton St., 4.45 p. m., address by Rev. W. D. P. Bliss: subject, "John Ball;" at 7.30, lira. Abby Morton blaz will speak; nUlnvltea. SOCIALISM: Grand Army Hall, 616 Washington St.-Tile regular weekly agitation meeting of Boston Socialists tor tho discusaldu of their prinolples will oommenco at 7.30. Able speakers. Free to all. All are welcome. BETHANY SUNDAY SCHOOL, Bethany bnlld-lug. Washington and School sts., Brookllne-Sab-bath at 3.15 p. m., "And aU thv children sliaU bo taught of the Lord, nnd great shall bo tho peace of thy children." FIRST REFilRMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, oor. Dartmouth ar.d Harwich sts.-Dlvlno service at 10.30 and 7.30. Tlic rector, Rov. James M. Gray, will preach. Evening subject, "Sketches in the Llto of Abraham." ST. JOHN'S M. E. CHURCH, Broadway, South BoBton-10.30 a.m. Bialiop Daniel A. Goodsell, D. D.,LL. D., will preach: 7.30 Rev. L. A. Banks, D. D., WlU preach on "Christ and tho Sick." Strangers welcome. CLARENDON STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, corner of Montgomery-Preaching by Rov. A. J. Gordon, D. D., ut 10.30 a. m., and at 7.30 p. m. E^vcaing ^subject: "Young Men and Young Woman NORTH STREET UNION MISSIO.N, 2020 Washington St., oor. Madison st.-Morning pronohing, 10.30; Bible class, 1.30. Prcaohliig, 8, by Phllfi) Davles! evening, 7.30. PubUo Invited.  Seats free. BARNARD ilEMORIAL, 10 Worronton St.- "Aristolle'e Politics," Saturday, at 8 o'clock, by Rev. C. C. Shaokford. Sunday school and children's service, 3 o'clock; sermon by Rev. George H. Hosmor. INOEKSOLL SECULAR SOCIETY, Paine Memorial, Apploton St.-At 2.45, Dr. W. Symington Brown will lecture. Subject; "Tho Seed Time of Science." Every one Invllod. Seats free. UNION CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Columbus av., Rev. N. Boynton, pastor-Services at 10.30 a. m., and 7.30 p. in.; pastor wlU preach; evoijlng theme: "The Roundabout Way." "JESUS t ONLY."-Pax; Father Ignatius, the British evangeliat monk, will preach at tho Horticultural Hall, TreiAont at., at 11, 3.30 and 7.30. Admission free. HOSPITALLER, 724 Washington at.-Dlscuo8lon at 7.30, "Has a Republican Governmont tho right to compel the Jews to observe the Christian SahhathV" SISVICES FOR THE PEOl'LE-Wells Memorial Hall, 087 Washington st.; 7.30 p.m.; good prcaohliig; music by JIarlne hiilid. All are welcome. Sir. .lOSEPH D.STILES will apeak at Odd FollowB Hnll, 648 Main nt., Cumbrldgeport, Sunday ovoning, 7.30 0'cloo.V.. All invited; good nuisio. See Pages 7,14&U For additional small olassifiedladvertisements. 'mm EAL ESTATE. On 4th nt., houses; can bo lot of land; wll On 8d St., hoi .On Bolton s piTco S2000. tin E. 0th at.. On Morcorst., Fat,, 83600: % 837(10. JEROSlE ton s^ . N. Y. ,fc N. E. K. R., block of 8 _, ,!palred to imv largo Interest; good wll be sold for BIOOO. 0 of 20 rooms, rents gflOO per year, house of 20 rooina; rents gflOO, ,ouso 12 rooms, heated by steam. piA-atory, 11 rooms, price |?3000; Bth at., modern Improvements, S. MAtiDONALD, 200 Washing-It For salo, h�rg( estate story frame tul ling, s. _ 10 per oout.; loi contains Boll at assessed mm WACDONALPB09 , on Broadway, near R St., S-:, stores and hallB; rents to pay ,......tains about 4100 sq. ft.; will pine on easy tonus. JEROME S. Washington st. It . Estate neiir Ili-vard st.; will bo sold at assessed value. JERpJl BPXEITDALISTIO  MEBTINGB, THE ECHO SPIRITUALISTS' MEETINGS, Amerioa Hall. 724 Washington st.-At 2.30 and 3.S0 p. m.; Mrs. Dr. Steers, Mrs. I. E. .Downing, Miss Nettie M. Holt, Mrs. M. �. Pierce. Mr. F. W. Strickland, Mrs. Dr. Bell, .lira. M. A. Chandler, Dr. lirialto, Mra. Kcllie F. Thomas, Jlrs. J. JC. Wilson, Dr. Eanies, ]\lrs. Wilkins. Mrs. Chiindley-Balley, Mr. p. McKennie, Miaa C. W. Knox,-Mrs. A. Smhh, C. D. Fuller and others. Excellent music; Misa C. Campbell, pianist; V. F. Utirding, cornetlst. Ser-vlcufl Thursdays, at 3 p. m. Dr. ^v. S. Halo, chairman. THE CHILDREN'S PROGRESSIVE LYCEUM, America Hall, 7;i* Waslilngton st.-Service at 10.30 a.m.; exceptionallyInterosiingand Instrnctlvo service lor tho clilldren. Including leaaona. snoiikhig. slnping, calisthenics and the grand march. Children and adults Invitod. .Music by Pool's orchestra. Prof. Willis Jlillignii, mnslciU director; Dr. W. S. Hale, conductor.  Seats free. RA'i'llBO.N'I! 1I.\LL, 004 Washington st.-A pnb-lie lest and iisycliometrlat circle on Sunday evening, ut 7.30, given by Mra. Llz?.le Kelly, tho gifted psychonietrlst and pronhcsler. All receivo a cora-nuinication. Good innslc; also private sittings daily at her parlors, No. 306 Tremont st. Sittfngs for business ami lest. 'fWILIOHT HALL ."iPIRITUAL MEETINGS,78B Washington St., 10.30, ti.l'.O, 7.30-J118S Webster, Mrs. l'h:iudler, -Miss I'eab.idy, Mrs. A. A. King, Mrs. Iliittie JIaaon. Mra. Brown, Mrs. Forrester. Mrs. Slelling. Tdrs. Woodman, .Mrs. Ordway, ^Irs. WUson, Jlr. Sllles, Mr. Chapi)ell, Mr. McKenna, Fr. Locke. Eben Co))b. conductor. DWIGHT IIALL, 614 Tremont Bt., opp. BerKeloy. -Spiritual ineeliiigs at 2.30 and 7.30, with developing circle at 11 ii. m. Only 10 cents admlablon. Come. Excellent mediuma will he present. All aro wcl.^oine. Music by the Peak QuarUit of Medford. .AliB. Dr. Ileatli, conductor, office. Hotel Slinonda, 207 .Sliawmut av. INDEPENDENT SPIRITUAL MEETING nt Lexington Hnll, cor. Tremont and Alarket ata., Lynn, Slas�.~Nov. 10, at 2.;i0 and 7.;)0 p. m., Dr. Drfsko, Dr. llealiy, Dr. Hale. Mrs. Willdns, Mrs. M. K. 'Ihonipaon, Jlrs. Dr. Holmes, Mrs. Dr. Steers and Olhniri; good music. TICKT CIRCLE-Mcetinij, Sunday, at 7.30; sub-Joct, "Come, tlio.so that will serve God as .Jesna did, and myself, and hclji build up tho now heaven, the new earth, truth." Spiritfrienda seen; names given, 'lest jor each. 0 Asylum st.; Mrei. G. Itoyal, a ser-v.Tot fu" God. E.MlLIi HALL, CIO Washington at.-Spiritual moeiinga; developing circle at ll a. m.; 2.30.7.30, uHujil meetings. lira. Biackden, ^lathews, Tripii, .Mi�. Davis, Sirs. Wilson. Jlra. Bell, Mrs. fetoltlng, Jeiinli! Rhind, Mrs. Chandler Bailey. W. Mathews, cuiHlncior. FlUS'l- KPlnlTUAL TFJIPLE, Nowbury �t-Rchmil at 11 h. ni. At 2.46 1  4. 344 Sliawmut av. II.VDI.KV llALL.EastSomrivllli-Emi-llneTown-siud. thegitled icslmcdlum, will tie present. Good epcikers.  Sunday evening. Nov. IP, 1800. Iill. 11. F. TRIPP will hohi cln-lea Sunday and Tii.-sday evenings at 7.;iO and 'I'huradily at 2.30; private ,i!tlngs daily, ft Dwlglit St., Boslon. -MRS. JIDCTELLE'S test circles Sunday, at 8, at I'dlors. :i37 'Ireuiont st. 'lest, buainess and inedl-cd titniiiga thron^lioiii the week. .^liss .1. RillND will b;ive a neance on Snndny ('�.fuliig in her ;)mloi's at 3i Conunon Bt., 7.30; fittti di.ui freiuTri'iiunit st. Miss !;.N0\-Test chcio Suudiiy evening at 7.30 al luT pailord, 20a Prcuiont tl.. 1 (light. Hlttiuga d;i-lv. I.fxnURE ANU 'TESTS tiy Colby,the BlatowTiter, at .V. P. Hall, 241 Tremont Bt., Sunday, 7.46 p. m. MRS. M.E.JOHNSON wUl hold a U'St circle thU fieiung at 7.30. Circles Thursday ut 2.S0. 41 Wiiiier tt., rv'om 0. li.\ Vll) BROWN-Continental block, ISOO Wash-I'liluh St., Biulo 2; circle tUia ovtnlni.' at 7.30 o'clock. S. MACDONALD. It For sale, clr. two tononionti On'Bradforo_ ment; could be sold. JEROME state, brick house with store and "1 rentfld; easy t^rins. brick house, 3 stories and base-arranged for 3 famtllea; must bo MACDONALD, 209 Wash. Bt. It For BSJo, a brloi stores ana tont crossing.   J. S. fbousea, 3 Btorlosnnd Frouoh roof; ts, well rented: located near ODONALD, 200 Wash at. It cb. tor ��le, eatato No. 41 Cottage st] vacant land on on Mt Vornon at., terms.   JEEOMIS Ington St. .. Cottagfl and Batohelder flts., flno honso; aU Improvements. Diraet st., near Boston; also land oar Boston; wlU bo sold on easy MACDONALD, 200 Wash-It* To loan on mortgai of real estate In sums to salt; 81000 to SBO.OOO; ll lowoBt ratoa ot Interest; Boston and vicinity. VerOME S. MACDONALD, 200 Washington St. [ It JEROiyiE 209   Washington   St., Asent for tho bUowlns Oompailloai CITY our i..otnoiif, .rMPEniAi,. OKIEBfX, FIRIQ WssOOIATIOSr, JOi-SUItANOK!   COmVaNY  OP  NOItTH AsniJiiicA', r.ow�oN AsstrstAivoB, AGSftioT[ri.TiriSAL scoTxisii uwioar ASr� NAXIOlVAr,, AU risks promiitly ami carefully placed at lowest rates. Eato books and p(.na at ofllco. It medpobi) 8t.-8.ro(\ii hoil.tc, rents 8102, SHOO. COnKT ST.-lO^room Jpuso, * tenants, rents 82s8, �noo. nm ST.-lO-roopi h^so, 8 Conauts, $270, bari;nln. 8a0hv1lle st.-!^ umiii hoitsea, S rooms, bnth, rents $1s0 encli, $1100 each. 80lev 8t.-SiiDsti\ntlfl\ lO.room house, 81 BOO. HONDMENT ST.-UvrooA house, near B.H monument, 85000. ^ CHARLES W. SAWER, oionE b�iiui|g, uostonj CharleRtown office, ^OITV BQDARE. spiendib brick're81beice, 18 rooms, on Wlnthrop sq., all inoilori GonvcnlencGS, one of the best coustructctl awolllngs In CUarlestown, very pleasant, lil�00. CHARLES W. SAWVEt, OLOBE BUILDlKfl, 308ton; Obarlcstown oIQce, fi 01 y 8qdabb. El. PEKKINS 8t.-2 elegant hbusU, with all modern conveniences, bargain nissooo. CHARLES W. SAWVER OLOBB BUUDIVoiBOSTOR. Real Estate and Bental A^enojf, 194 Washington Street, Eoifon, Room 19. MORTGAGES NEGOTltJED. It yon are anilonii to Boll or Let, I'fill do all in my power to effect a sale or find a ijxmi. If you have a Fhotograph, please send it, I Partioukr attention given to the oaro'lf Stores and Houoes) also to the Oollootion of Ehts ind AooenntB, BUSrUEBS OHANOES a speolalty, PiHltralar attention give to the buying and soiling oftOPQ- ING HOUSES, i OOaEESPONDENOE BOLIOITED PleaBO proBorvo thiB for future referonoe, SnW nltt BOOlfflGSTILLBOO 3* Houses Built Since AirU and 31 Sold, Only 3 Left and Still tho Boom Goes on. REAL ESTATE, I NO If OOB PARK MORTGAGE, NO INTEREST, NO TAXES. ""EE SUCCESS OF THE YEAR. BOO lots soldi 40 houaos huilt. All improvements made free of cost to purohaaers. Shade trees planted, Btroota graded, oonorete sidewalks down, and water pipes laid, EVEEY INDUOE-MENT TO BUILDEES, A striotly American sottlomont. This proporty is not upon the ont-skirts of oivilization, but in tho centre of tho thriving village of (Jroonwood, two minutes from station. On Boston & Maine Railroad, nino miles from Haymarkot sq., with 40 trains daily. Theso lota are sold on the most remarkable terms over offered, S5.00 FBRST PAYWSENT. $1.50 per week until paid for. Prices 8100 to 8800, SOOO sq. I'oct. FREE TICKETS TO VISIT THE PROPERTY. If impossible to.call, write ns for psj^icnlars. 13 SCHOOL STREET. A lAEGE BKICK ITAOTOET for salo at ONE-THIED ot ooat. Situated thirty milos from Boston,- on one of the main lines of railway, with Biding to the factory. In firet-olaas condition, and FoBsession given at once. Intorior altered to suit purohaBor. DETAILS: Mnln bnuaing 44 by 88 foot. PIvo stories nnd liiiHoment, wttti Whltttor olovtttor. Beoontl bnlldliig BO by CO foet, wltli two stories. Iloth biiUrtliigs bvlck nnd llroiirool'. Cold Storago Apnrtinnnt, milking It well ftdapted for a,Browf!i'y, Porlv PiieUlnpf, f>r utIiGi' like purpouoB. 'J'tii-oo BO-librso linblnaon bolters. �Two ongliicB, ono ol' SB, tbo other of .10-liorso power. Kxtra Jibiindnnt Biipply of jinrest water. Ton ncrea ot land liiclnded In nbovo, more if desired at u fair vahintion. Tlio nbovo rodnctlon in prlco Is bona lido, ns Invcs-tlgutlou win Bliow. I'oi- f urtlior parttoulars apply to iR. F. OLAFLS!^, NATIONAL BANK REDEMPTION, BOSTON. REAL ESTATE. A. GILEAD STOCK FARM, Improved by New Yoxk gontloman, sold now on nooonnt of old ngo; OO/aores, 20 of wliloli fill the snaelona barns; no bettor pnstutago In New EnKland; hnvo sold grnas standing, after feeding It nil mimmor, for SIOOO worth of wood nnd timber; latge honae, In appearance similar to the famlliRt soutliorn planta, tlon honacB, 20 rooms, broad plnzzBO on four sides, French roof; barn, hip roof, cupola and vane, claiv bonrdcd, painted, deep, dry collari carrlago and tool houses, all In porfoot order; 3 gnte.i, cost S250; milk sold at door, city prices; snmmer bonrdora seek home hero; location bonntltnl beyond description, affording some of the finest nnd most extensive views ot natural sqenery In our oomnioiiwoaUh; everything In the charming drive from station, 4 miles distant, shows thrifty farnilim; situated IVi miles from town, 13 mllen from city of 80,000, 45 from lioaton, near eovernl lar^te mannfactnrtng towns, close by wood working estiihllsliment whlcii OTll use nil wood and lumber: "to sny nothing of original cost, I have oxpeiided iSaOOO yearly fOr past 16 years In making It what It now la, a profltablo farm, have placed my price n� you know way bolow Its Intrinsic value to cfropt ii sale," writas owner; S37B0, halt cosh, balance In B years; buildings cannot be dnplloatort for twice that amount; excursion tickets to farm andreturn,gl..lO. EDWAUD T. HARKIJIGTON & CO., SB Congress St. _dSuat nl5 ASnrolt'T K.I�E out either by Old Colony K. K. or olootrlo cars brings you to 7-room tioiieo recently placed In our hands by tho mortgngeo; price �2S00, 8,100 cash. HDWABD T. IIABRINO-TON it CO., 35 Congress st^^_dSu3t nl4 -MMI.KOSE-House, 7 rooms, cemented col-jLiL. lar, concrolo walks, 11,000 feot of land, near depot; price only g2100, 8. U. LOGAN, 13 Globo biihdlng.__It* A' BAK.EKS, attention-Corner estate for sale In So. lloston; Just tho place for bakery; house 7 rooms and store in good order: good ynrdiprieo only S2B00; easy terms It desired. 1'. B, OOUliiSTT, 380 Broadway.___It CHBIjSEA. on Chestnut st., near the eunare, 12-rOom lionao, all improvements; spooiiil bar- ^11111, at S3B00; B-room honSe near liroadway, a nice ttlo homo tor S1200; swell front brick, nenrBrond-way, all Improvemonts, for SI3B00; several other ImrgRins. 242 Washington st.j 13 to 8, Oholaea office, 305 Broadway; open day and ovenlng. dSuSt* nlo DOItOHESTBK-New honso, 0 rooms and bftth, modern improvements, good high location; price 836001 terms easy. Address H 130, Globe Since, SudSt* nl6 BAKGAINS,-Elegant Dwelling, 0 rooms; thoroughly fitted; all improvemonts, gas fi.xtures. eto.; gl4B0O; easy payments. Another of 7 rooms, ^2100; easy payments. MAKNALL  &  COMPANY, Ll  HANdVEK   ST. It' BUSINESS CKANCES, Snob as hotels, dniK stores, lodging-houses, boarding-houses, livery, bliioksmitli shop, paint ahop, barber shop, atocka ot goods, mivnufaoturing interests, markets, country atoroa, billiard rooina, cigar stores, provialou atore, steam laundry, plumbing business, boots and shoes, dry goods atoro and ninny others in cities, towns and country constantly on blind, by MANNALL 00., 14 Hanover st,   It The half interest lyith responsible bnainoas man in light nianufaotnrlng, protected by nntenta, goods monopoly, groat demand. I'nrty with jSlO.OOO to nut un against our 810,000, moaning business, will (to well onUlng on us. ilANNALi:, & CO., 14 Ilnnover at. _ It FOR SALE. First-class basement, close Qutnoy Market, thoroughly lifted for linttor, eggs, meat business, wholesale and retail. FixLiirfB Include olllce liiriilture, safes, desks, scales, ice room; floor newly cemented, all sheathed; valuablo lease. AU for S1800. MASWAJr.I. CO., 14 naunver St. On tho Clroislt rood, new colonial houses, 0 rooms, every modernhnprovomeiit; good-sized lot ot land; prieegiBOOtogBOOOj easy terms; call and get full facts. I 31 Milk St., Rooms 6 and 7. BRAPaCH OFFICE ofTHOS. II. MAI.!,, No. 3 Weaton.al., oor. Cabot. Stores, Apartir.ents and Tenemonta to let. MortgagOB, Inauranuu; proiicrty cared for. J. W. TllKESlllE, Agt. Hours, 2 to 6 p. m._   It* YOQ WONT BELIEVE THIS! But wo would exchange for tho right farm a business that pays 400 per cent, on cash wholesale trade; has no old stock, no debts or cncntnbianees, is easily managed, safe and respectable; price JilCOOO; would nay or accept eiish for diircreneo; had rather pay. W. I. U. ii CO., carrier 2G1, Uoaton._ SSn MAKE MEJV. This everlasting shifting and moving every ycr or oftener breaks in on tho school course of voir children, makes them rcstleaa and uncertain ana d. strove every veatlgo of uttuchnient to home an* family, without which neither jiatrlotlsni uortlin local pride, whleh makes interested and acilve clil aens of men, can bo fostered. A permanent homo U ns essential to Etabillty of character as air to animal life. For yourself, for tho patlont little woman at homo nnd for your llttlo ones and their futnio seonre a home ot your own; do It now; stop Unit overlastlnj! paying rout that you nro throwing away every month, and pay for your own home. ,lnnl think of It I We nro aelllng near Winter lllll, Soiiicr-ville, new 7-room houses on liigh land, aewer and water, tlnisticd in white wood, near tiorso and steam cars. Be. fare, and at prices never before heard ot, only gloOO, JilOO down, balance SIB inonlli. same rent; no e.xtiii payment for intertbt. As an inveatinelit Iheso liouses will pay 11 per eeiit. on tho prloo uakcd; this Is the chance of lillfethne; don't misa It. WI/JlUR, 23B Washington st.    It A-V Oor^UMltrS set., near Went Newton St.-Beautiful sunny house, every modern Im-nrovement, hardwood finish, open grates, aet bowls, heated by Indirect radiation; price i?14,600, B2001) down, balance Biuno as rent. IIENltY w. BAY AGE, 03 Court St., oor. Cornlilli.___SuM n 4 A KEWKUIfST st.-For Bale, 3-atory Zitt^fc house, octagon front nndlmck, lot22x112; grape vlnea, fruit and flowers In yard; 13 rooms. In nice order; every modem convenience and improvement; price ji(23,000; JISOOO down, balance on 10-ywir mortgage, payable ..aamo aa rent. Apply to owner, at house, from 11 to 1 datly^_BuM FOIHI sale-No. 7 Columbus Sq. I prloo Jil*,-500. Apply to R. H. ALLEN, 23 (Jourt St., room 1212, between 12 and 1. BuJl I^OK SAIiE-Dudley st. station, which Is only . 0 inluutes from Summer St., some very desimUle and convenient new houses; thoroughly built, all linprovemenls, sower, gas. bllcksiilewnlka, .tc.; 7 to (1 rooms and bathroom; ?3B00 togOOOO: easy terms; theso honaes are perfect and desirable in every rn-Biioct and worthy investigation. FllOST miO.S., 31 Milk St., 10 to 3, Theso clocks aro guaranteed by nie solid marlWe, such us sold elsewhere lor 830. Dewiiio of cheap wooden Iniltatlona. Oiien evenings until 0; tiatiir-doys till 10. KEENE, THE JEWELER, ia�l Wusliiniiton St._ POU SALE-A few good building lots on Bower and Catawba ata., near electric cars, A5103 BINNEY, 81 MILK ST, _It FSOSLINDALE. Kow is the time to buy land nnd build In the spring; desirable land from 4 to 2B cents per foot; housea from r-ilOO to gl'J,000. K. J. STROKGK k CO., 23 Court St., and KojUndale. It Kow tiouse ot 7 rooms for sale; EGOO ft. Una; near everything; every wnv desirable. Apply to buUdsr, G. F. WELSH, 103 ilradforU st. It* Ti OPIfEK. wanted-Tills estate must he sold __this week to close tho account; will exchange or a good farm, house lots, or peisonal property; aiiiiBton house of 20 rooms on Jit. llellinghiiin, tlielsea; In perfect order and elegantly finished; can e\tlly bo remodelled for apartnienls; 20,000 feet lin^l fronting on 2 streets;stable suitable for double htltee; price less than taxed value; no reasonable ofe\niade tills week refused. llENliY W. BAVAOE, 03  20 per cent, net on Investnient. UEMIY wT tlAV,\GB, 03 Court St., cor. Cornhill.        It A~l� VEI-.I.llM'O-IIOlfSlSN for sale In- all nartiot llie cltv: some bargains on Dwlghlbt., IVelingiAi at., West Canton W. Newton St., Bhavmul,\iv., Springfield at., Iirlgliton St., Snlem at., und �180 iniho back JIny. ^EiiilY W. SAVAGE, 03 C�urt sl,, cor. Cornhill. � It A-ri-oVtliiA-ln the illghlanda of Marlon and otiur eountlea, houses, hoiiao lots, large and BniillifnrinsVnil orange groves In tho very heart of phoEiiiate region; very rich; 5-acre lots, ready for ploiigl, ijao a\i acre nnd upwards; ?B down, balance gB m�ilhly; HiosiiliuU! dlscoveied on lots sold 1 venrn^to for Ihese prices miiltc them now worth ihousaiKls of dijUarH; a large number of very iirwnl-nent tuslness men and many others who have piir-chlisedfor refeieiiees; lUiis'-rated catalogue mailed free. KoGINNLS    CO., 247 VVashlngton st.    It A-0� .*.CU.t-;M heavy black loam; 125 frlllt trelb; nice 0-vooni bouse; barn 32x20 nndcar-rlage-hojue; large workshoj); 3 gi'inl cows, horse, carrlugeiwagoiis, farming touUi. (;rui>s, fowl, hay. In fact fulUlucl: everytiungon llrst-eluss farm; �';;400. McGINlJb i Ca_________11 _ A-lOAcitES. S tiliage; 7 heavy nooiif 1 inllelepot ami huge niirkd; lowii about 10,-000; plelty fruit; nice house, llisl eto.-n eoiulUlon; 6 rooms; gtlBO; easy terms. .McGlNNlS i (H)., 347 Wnsltngton st. H _ NKVJIOCSK lor sale hi East lioBlon, on __Cottar St.; oultaljle for three fitnillfes; Hol'-ndkl location, kpnly to .lOllN -McC01;MlC:K, liiUliler, juuctliin olwebpler st, .s.Sii' A 1 I.A.ic*iwB3 variety ot houses and t^tnenienis for ix Silk- Hid to let III sulnirUBiBnineKIieeliil bargains to close belire winter; see toIuorrowVGlobe for lull pnrlleuliilBialB'.i klleben turnlBbliig store, hack business and exiiesa routu cheap. Call C.W. liOWAKll, 1U4 Wnthli^tuii Bt, 11 4 -CHBLbEA-Sqnare house, 10 rooms, in No. A 1 repolt iirlco, 92000; brick hoiiee, 8 rooms, iiish llmil, gjOOO. S. B. LOG.VX, 12 Globe building. AKTUeiCET I^ANUfCO.-Hemovod to 307 Waailatton St.. room 1; lots. U26 to 6100. FOK SAI-iIi], to settle estate, lOO-nore farm, adapted for horoe, stock or milUi 00acres Infield, 401npnaturo; nU kinds fruits; g-atory house; bam 08i4(y, fitted tor SB horses and 36 head of stock, wafer In tho bam, alio 100 tons: workshop, ontbulld-ings, eto.. Vt nillo from a % mile training triiok; this farm la situated on tho main road, overloolUng tho city of Unvorhill and the Merrlmao valley, nnd Is coiisldorod one of the best farms hi north JCssex Co.; n-.nst bo seen to bo appreolated; sold to aottle ^vlth tho heh:: price reduced from gl2,000 to |7600. GEO. W. WENTWOR'l'H &, 00,, Academy ol Mualo building, Havorhlll, Maaa. SSn T^OIt SAI.,E or oxohnngo, apartment house; X; Boston Highlands, attrnollvo and ooinmodlbus; honso commandlngly situated on a eorner elevation; 3sidtes, outside rooms, sunny and spacious; a person could own and occupy as a splendid homo and let the balance to pay for Itself; a rare Investment. Address 1) 221,Olobo,omce.__dSutf my28 i?OK SA^E-Winter IIIll, Somervillo, beautl-" till new 0-room house, every modern Improvement; American neighborhood; this house will be sold forleaa than actual ooat; open dally. BLANCH-ARD, 72 Wiioiitland St.     _HSu* T?A)IIM-75 acres hay, grain and thnber tann; JL" good honae of 5 rooms and good barn; onts hay lor 8 cows and horse; triUt for home use; g3B00 worth of pine timber when marketed: 1 mile to ehurch, store and post ofllco, 5 miles to 3 depots; price j;700. W. W. IHJNT, Wendell Depot, Mass.   It* FOK SAIiE-Sninervllle, new houso, 8 rooms, bath, hot nnd cold water, furnace, open fire, sliding doors, 40-foot piazza, bay window, comented collar, 3800 toot land; 3 minutes to steam aud horse-cars, B-eont fares; g3500; terms to suit. U. W. r. COLSON, Union sq., Somervllle. It* FOK f^AIjE-Houses lu Boston, Itelrose, Maiden, Mnplewood, Medtord, SoinorviUo, Cambridge, Chelsea, Brookllne, llorchostor, Kandolph, Stoughton,eto.; prices from SHOO up: sotno doalralilo farms ohean. SWAN & ATWOOD, 27 School st. SuJlWF* nlO FOK SAIiE-IIouso at Winter Hill, eight rooms and bath; two mlnutoa to horse and steam ears: modern Imnroveinenta, furnace, cemontcd cellar; easy terms, Ap(ily to (JEO. IL BUSS, 1 Beacon at., Boston. It* i.iOK (9AI.E-At Kevero, Mountain nv, cxoct-V lent houso, 8 rooms, furnace, range, etc., 13,000 feet land; plenty of fruit; shod aud hennery; will exchange tor honae in city, J. F. FKENCIl, 34 School St., room B, I?OK 8 AI.E-Hare bargain; house In Dorchester, ^ 11 rooms; every modern oonvenlouoe; S700, cash, balance on mortgage nt 4 per cent.; key 35 Whoatlnnd av. Apply to C. 0. BAKTON, 82 Devon-Biilro Bt., room 33, for,terma.__It* FOK SAIiE or eichnngo: Bakota land, 330 iiorea ot the very best ot land near ll.lt. and county seat; will exohitngeforatookof houso fnrnlshlnga, liew or aocond hand. J. W, HERSEY, Springfield, ------ 8u3t nlO Maas. F: lOK SAI-iE-83-acre farm, 10 miles from Bos-ton; Bultable for gardening, farming, poultry ralalng; ample room for hoarding horses; makes a pleasant homo. F.W. BEALE, 187 Oxford^t,, L^mi, FOK SAI.E-Now, elegant, 7-room honae, hath; 25 fruit trees; Al neighbors; near oars, Somni^ vine, 2% miles, 81000; pretty 7-room house, 20 trees, 8131)0.1030 Washington at., Boston, 2 to 7 p.m. HOUTSES-For sale, 3 new houses at liorches-ter; splendid location: only 8 inlnutea O. C. K. It., 25 by horso car; theso nouses have all modern oonvenionooa and are first class; we don't want thom to He empty this winter; will sell them 8800 less than Mioy enn bo bought for In the spring. WILLIAM H. FOIIAN, 170 Povonahlre at. It* H �OUSB-Sharou St., swell front brick house, 13 roouiB, 85000. NAYLOIJ, 37 I'einberton an. dSuUt* niS HOirSE .JLOTS-Winter IIIU, SomervUlo, near Broadway I'nrk, aro very desirable and will be sold cheap; easy terms; buy of owner; save brokei^-ngo,  ULAJJCIIARD,    Wheatland st.       SSu* HOUSES   STORES, OFFICE^, ETC. Corner North St. and Giark St. Corner Store and Basement, 45 ft. by 46 ft.  Apply to 4 vj> SuTThtf no 280-282 Commercial St., Store and Lofts, with front and rear light; 11,200 feet of floor space.  Apply to S0 Oo�^t &t.^^^ In Soittti lloston for sale nnd to lot. VIRGIL L. WILSON, 380 Broadway.   SSu* HI__^__ NANTUCKET i7AJV� CO.-ltemoved to 807 Washington at., room i\ lots, g25 toglOO. iN .Vuburndalo-llouao for sale; slated French-roof house, 0 rooms and bath; finished In b. w. and chestnut; high studded; 8 open gratoa; IVi aorca land;3nilnufcos to depot; must bo sold the lat of Dec; best otter takes it. GEO. F. MATHER, 20 Dovonahire St. It' LAKI�-3 lois land on Willow at., Haat Cam-bridgo; low. CHAS. LETTS, 38 Sclioolat. SuM* S~ EW MOUSE for sale, B miles out, near de-pot, fare 7 ccuts,7 rooma,balh,hotwater,plas2a, le lot; 82300,8100 down, balance easy torma, G. EUVAliC .Slirm, 85 Water st., 13 to l._^     _ SuTTh* nlO NAIVTUCItET I.Ajri> �0--Kemoved to 387 Washington St.. room 4; lota, 836 to glOO. SO. BOSTON-Two S-story, 0-room, 'S-famtly houses in good ortler and rented to good tenants for �31iior month; sell ono for 81300 or both for 82600 on easy terms. P. B. OORBEIT, 380 Broadway It SO. BOSTON-Great Investment, block 0 small houses and about 6000 feot land, paying 10 per oent.net. r. B. COHBETT. It SO.BOSTON-New model house, 5 rooms and bnth on lat floor; 0 and bath on 2d| 2 entrances! honse aUiuds alone on 3000 ft. lot; a beautiful estate, $6000, CORBETT. It SO. BOSTON-House, 11 rooms, 3 families, SSiOO; 14 rooms, 3 families, 82000; 0 rooms, 2 families, S2800; aU easy terms if ilesUred. CORBETT. 1' SO. BOSTON-House and stable; all rented to Al tennnt�J'or ^74^^ier ino.; a oholoo estate; price 87600. OORUETt SHAKON-The healthiest town In New England; largo mid small estates for sale In all parts, of tlie town; send for a Sharon book. W. B. WICKES, Sharon, Mass. Bud7t* nlO N ANTUOICMT i.ANB Cp.-riivinovml to 807 Washington St., room 4; lots, 825 to 8100. ANTI3i>--'Houae of more than 7 rooms wltliln 5 miles ot Boston lu a flrst.elnsa neighborhood; 82000 or under. Address 103 Garfield av.,Wobuni, MllBS. It* WANT to hire poultry tarnn, 15 to 26 acres, with privilege ot buying.   Address lock box 10, Otter RlverrMnsB. Hiid3t* nlO YOU won't believe thla-But we v,rould exchange tor the right farm a bnainoas tliat pays 400 per cent, on cash wholesale trade; has no old atoek, no debts or encumbrances, IB easily managed, safe and rcBpoctablo; price 810,000: would pay or accept cash for dltterenoo; had ratlier pay, W. r. B. & CO., carrier 301, Boston. It ffl>orkA/\ JfOK a nice farm ot 8B acres on O. flbOvl/l/C. R. R., �.1 mile to staUon, plenty fnilt near aehools, churches, stores and 1". 0.; also 8 factories within 3/i mUc, good houso, rich land, stable and 4 hen houaes, trout brook runs through the farm and 2 wells; plenty of wood toromiuse; wants to bo seen to be appreciated: onsv torma. SHAW & UAYUEN, room 71, Globe bulldliig. SvTrTvfV TO SliOc down, balance monthly us ttbivl/ rent, housea for ono or two families; iilso\vltli stables, lu Dorchester, Roslludalo, Jlel-rose, Somer\lllo and Everett. IIOKOAN, 3 27 Wash- liigton St. _____ 'k'tiO 8HAWMUT AV. -- 8-Kory 9-rooni D Do brick houBO and 1314 it. land, oSBessod for fiUOUO, will sell for 80000 to make quick trade. 1'. B. COKUETT. 380 Uroailway.__It 8PEK CENT. FKOPITS on real esUite In-veBtiiients guaranteed by the New England Im-tirovement Company. C. Wlnthrop Smith, president, 207 Richardson Block, Chattanooga, Tenn.; wrlto for proBpectus and reference.       r'auW13t q31 WINES, LIQUORS, ETC. CMAKLES E. GAS8ETT A CO., 101 Blockstone St., 24 nnd 20 Endlcott st-Old family wine atoro; choice liquors for family und medle-liiBl use; finest brands of Bourbon and rye whiskeys, cina, branilles and New Euglaud nun, wiiica, etc.; give ns a trial.      _      Budtf olO /^AMFOKNIA WINES-Bherrv, port, an- \j cellca, eatawba,'gl |iergallon;allrsl-claasBlock of wines und liquors constsintly on hand; send for price list. C. yf. H. SANBORi?, 31 North Market Jt., Boston. ilSutt 03 Tj�jVI,Y a, co.-Importers and dealers lu  wines, gins and brandies, 700 WnBhlngtoii St., Boston; price Hat: Old Crow wlilskey, 83.60 per gal., 81 rier bottle; lierinltage rye. 83.76 per gal.. 81 per bottle; Frontier rye, 82.50 iier gal., 75e. lerbottle; double distilled liourbou, 82 per gal., iOc. per quart; Blue Grass Rye or Bourbon (dlstil-atlon I881I), SS per gal., ISI per quart; Ciil. wines, gl gal. Sudtf 87 FOR SALE. DOUni-B, single, shipping donkey, altthig and roll desks, nhoweasea, counters. WHEELER'S, 77 Essex ct^__SuM* 1,M�t� NArjJ-600 loads of loam, B600"?t. ot ,.'.d�. also good gravel, 01s estate of Workinguien's liulldtng AisBo., Central at, in Roxbiirv,  ".e Those prloes nro for Jfondny only. No, C. 0. D, orders filled from tlila lot. Mark down. ...... Olio, ......81.17 ......81.17 01)0, 1, Tllic Jeweler, laol WASHINftTON ST. ROOI^S TO LET Bte&m boat, elcotrio light, elevator nins day and night; the boat oflloe in Boston for business. cl4 dSuSt   0. E. COTTINO A CO., 0 Tremont st. TO LET. Two (leslrablo lofts for biislnesa; good entranoo; light nnd airy. 212 Lincoln st._It* HOUSES, STORES, OFFICe8, ETO, TO J^et-On Washington St., Boibury, stora 20x70 ft., with 3 chiimbora of like size, largj hall and anteroom oonneeiRd, attod with atearo hoM and elevator; the property is situated In tho ue� part of tho hnalness portion of EojbuiT, In wlthla i minutes ot the post office add banks; it Is tho boa location for the furniture trade or any business to anlrlngapaco In Roihnry: thiii la a ohanco that sel om oirera to ajty one wanting a bnslnesa looanoriJ rent moderate; long lease given If wanted and poll acasieit given Bee. 1. 3QTW H. ORIOOS, 161 Dudley at.__;_88u� t; I� I.ET-In Jamoina Plain, house and ten* ,mentsfrom glO to 930 a month; In Rosllndal from 88 to 825 a month; 1 new houso, all moderi Improvemonts, near IlosUndnlo at.atlon, for 825 month; 2 vcrv desirable flats in, or the whole house* in Koxlitiry Illghlands, for $17.60; call or wrilo n4 nt once. L. L, P. ATWOOD & CO., 19 MUk 8^ Boston, room 60. SnMW* nl8 T: lO i.et people sell yon glasses that wUl rula _a.your sight Is wrong; we have a aklllod optician and make no charge /or testing jyes; crystal lenses 81; gold glaases 82.50. WILSON BROS.. 15 Tro-mont row.__dSiitf nl3 TO JLET you know that 15 Tremont row Is the place to go if vou rare to, spo the largest assort, mont of c.lookfi In boatijn ;-8-day Mrlor clooks, cathedral gong, Uioluding ornament, 84; warranted. S years. dSiitf nl3 TO I>ET-Boston Hlghlanda, honae, 10 rooms, near electrio carsv In |*rfeot order; all convcnl. cnces; flral-cliiss neighborhood; rent low, JOHN M, WAY, 223 Washington at. dSntt o31 ASTOKE-To lot, on Kneolaud st.: great thoroughfare to dopot8;8ultAblo for markot,groeory, clothing, bakory, or any alinilar bnalnesa; 00 feet deep, large plate windows aud basoinont; rear light nnd entrance; rent very low. Aiiply to llENRy W. SAVAGE, 1)3 Court St., cor Cornlilli._It B ASEM:ENT8 to let at low prloes; high, dry, ___light and nlry; suitable (or stores or saloons or mochnntcal purposes, In an established local business centre; will be fitted up to ault Inimedlato teli-nnta. Cull on or address Mr, Dll'FLEY, 024, and 020 Sliawmut av. Silrttt 821 TrtiilOJITrSUNN Y. K CSINESSKOOM 8 Jj and small oflleos on School st.,Treinont row and vicinity; a few at extremely low rents, some with Bteam heat. ROUNDY .t UOBBS, 23 Court si. FSilM nl4 BRICK HOUSE to let, 45 Blue IIll! av., Roxbury; electric cars; 10 rooma and b(ith.   J. W. ROSE & CO., 0 Blue Hill av, SuM* USrNESS KOOMS at 820 Washington at. Apply at 03 Han-laou av., 0 to 10 a. m.   SSu* B_..,______________________ C"HBi,SEA-'To let, hrlok honae, D rooms, a^ ranged for 1 or 3,^23 Court Bt H Ot'BES-To let, at Roxbury, 2 houses, 0 rooms each; retit moderate.  liiqiiUe at 50 lliidleyat, NE VV ink I Cl'c iio'usETi'fTrooiiiTrnd batli to let; good location at .South End; hirgu cellar; W8jier_lU(iiitli.__Apidy_to_061Sh;iwiniit uv.  SSn* PAKT COT'TAOE ioletrTirgT'jwdTTligh location; nearateiim nnd horse cars; rent 812 to -f' t-lu'leii av., SoiiiervlUe. S.Su* STOKE ami flxturcfl to let, �212 "iViuslTfngton Bt.; price, �300 per year. Apply ut 2241 WaBli-lliglonEt._____________^dSaSt* nI4 S'I'OKES tolet. emafl or large; also tenements^ Soutii End, at low rent, hi good. esliibUsbed.pav-fliK locality now lifting up, and will tie lliilslied to suit inunealato lenanta. Apiilv on prenUBes. 024 aiidG20Shawmutav., toMr. iilFFLEY. dSntf b3 S'i'OKB nnd cellar to let at a low rent In a new block on Main St., C'harleBtuwn; udimted (or most any kbld of buBlness. Apply at 178 Washington St., room 3, Boston. _1'* QTOKE toYet; good loeatluii for bell-hanger,hard-io ware, eiistoni tailor or bakery. J AS. H, HAVES, 7ii3Jremont at.  ______________WFSutf_n6__ rr^o I.E'r-I'leasunt. fiuiiny house, nearly new, A 1) rooms, liniirovenientB, liirjte garden. 2 minutes to store, chtireh, srhools und depot; (pilot, central: rent 825. Applv at house, lilghlaiid station. West' l:oxburj-,C. lilRl).    _ SSu* TIO I.ET~-l)orelie8ter, tine location, liouao 7 and one I) rooniB nuu bath; all modern iunirovc-iiienvs, (tiinace, ranee, elo. W. H. FOR.VN, 178 Hevouithlre st.^joi^34 Tuitleloj__lt*_ rrVo E-E''r in Cambridge, furnished house o7 10 I rov'iiid, balh, furiiaee, gaa, etc.; all hi tine order; rem fill iier month.   L. M. IIANNU.M, CambrUlKO, rciil eauvte agent, C13-Me.lu St. Siir,iW  nlO f J10 "i.K':T-In ilorehesler. liouses of 0 rtionis, X rentSlO; 5 roonis. 1^12; 4 rooms, 810; convenient to horse, aleam and eleetrlc curs. Apply ut 1 Melbourne st. J,t* r\Mt ).8:T-.laniolcii I'lalii, tlint-eliiBS, beaulifnl X iioi'in of 0 roouih, 17 Spring I'urk a\'.; no tluta; perfect Older; rent only 835, or will sell. Key ut 28. TbtKT^Houws and reaemelila at wf. I'leiui-unt, Boxbury. JOHN W. ROSE .t CO., re^U tsiate Bbd liisuranoe ascats, 9 Blue lllU av., Roxbury i open till 71>. lu. It* TO I.ET, hall on Wnoliln,gton at., vicinity of th� bridge; fine location for societies and aooiables. Address J. S. ,IACOBS, 186 Huntington av^ TO I.ET-,'526 and 830; best In Boston; Bird st. station, Dorohesiev; open grates; separate wide halls; n and 7 rooms In a houso of 2 flats; all mod. em Impiovements. Mr. BEADB0BY, 8. BtUflnoIj pi., Boston. It TO r,ET at Upham's Corner, Dorchester, housJ n rooms; recently built; nU modern oonvenlenccsj sanitary plumbing; location and uelghhorhood first class; near steam nnd horse cars; an attractive nomj at very moderato r^nt; seen at any time., T. HES 8EY k CO., 37 Haiicoek at., ppham's Comer. SuM< TO I.ET-In Dorchester DlBt., house 0 rooma all modom Improvemonts nnd BOOP feet land! near steam and horse cars, school, churches and stores. Apply to W. R. CLARK, 34 Bottcrgmaroh TO JCET or lease, in Qulney, 2-atory house, i rooms, half acre of land, trait and shade trees j ears pass tho door; 820 per month. Box 71, Qulnoy Polnf^ Moss. , _   SndSt" nlO : TO I.ET-Roxbury, one-half deelrablo Iframs houie, 10 Oatllale st, o� Warren, nearlOrovo Hall; 8 largo rooms with all ImprovenKnts; rent only 825 per month. Apply to L. F03TEB MORSE, 50 Warren St. _ " W'anteb-To lease a farm of 10 to 30 acres, from 10 to 30 miles from Boston; mnat bo near railroad stiition. O 163, Globe ofllee. d3u3t* nia FTnIj 'stokes to let, 1 with pl.ato Blnss, m, modem Improvements, extra location for boota and shoes, teaa or hardware, $25 month; the other has fixtures, consisting of counter, showcase, our. tnlne, shelving and largo back room, good location for a bakery, barber, mllUnery or any light buslneaj, 815 a month. JOHN OAUILL, 159A I'rospeot Cambrldgeport._It* fflofrr'rEK MONTH, honso of 7 rooms,near JJJX i depot; tow desirable suites from 812 to 821 per month, RosUndalo.  B. J. STRONG ibC0.,S3 Court at., and Rosllndalo.___It i^k^tkemon't kow-Amorlonn wntohes Xt) cleaned or a new malnsprUig Inserted 81 ( watches loaned to carry.__dSutf nl3 HORSES, CARRIAGES,  ETC. ARAKE OPPOKTUWITY for some per. son to got one of the biggest bargains thatliaa over been plforod in this State; a widow ladywtU sell tor 8800 cash hor handsome Keutueky-breg fust trotting and rend mare Dolly .Vhuont, toalod May 8,1883; aired by Almont. aon of Alexander'! Abilalia, tho aire of Goldsmith's Maid; first dan by Imported Roman; DoUy Almont is a pure lovcl-golted trotter, does not shy or pull, no� afraid ot steam, miisio, tit- any obstacles In tha road; has great courage and endurance, flne, clean limbs und good, sound, solid feet; wears no boots o  p, m. tlSntf nl3 fflii Am .JfOK YOUK CKpICE-Hand. flbXl/U some blnok horse, 900 lbs., Coralng buggy, harness, lap-robe, whin, all for 81(30; or ebostnut mare, C years old, 980 lbs., IJoddard buggy, harness, lap-lobe, whip, aU for 8109; both canT;4 driven by ladles.  Call at 130 Charleatown st. SuM* H^JKSE TiaiEKS put in thorough order at VVIL,'30N BK0S.',1B Tremont tow, where thoy clean an Amorloauwatch or Insert a now malnsiirlng tor 81 and loan you a watch; wo have tlio hirgest watch repairing departtnent lu the State, dSutf nia F"1>K^07e-15 express horses aud marcs, ex. tra good cliunka, 10()0 to 1350 lbs., driver and worker. ApiUy to foreman, toriUprly Amenoan express stable, 21 Laucaflter st, near Lowell depot. ' SudSt* nlO 1710K SAILE - Good family horse, exceUont r driver, safe. Bound and kind; ilbont 10 yooraoldi OSO lbs.; top buggy and harness; also one pool tubln, bulls, cues and racks. GEORGiS COX, -{VnkaflelJ, Muss. I'* ITidlC SALE-Fine pentleinan'sdrU-lng horso, T �* yearB old; Bound aiiJ kind for ladles to itoyel very atyllsli, high knee action; can trot in 2.60j weight 1000 pounda; 10 hands high; color goldoa sorrel. Address V. 0. box 600. Hxidson, Mato. II:* HOK.SES wintered at Bedfonl, Moss., Inrga stalls, good service, good pasturage, feed and cxorelfic, us dealred; tormsi reasonable.   I'sr further imrtlculaia address Bedford Farm, Bedford, Mass. ' Sutf sl4 C&OA TO Sts, O HOKSES AND {feoU nuires, aooto 1200 lbs.. wUl suit farmer, grocer or niiy biistuesa; also 0 sets of light harness, chcap._0^WLMBLE, i,20 Chorlcstown st.   SuM* 'TAIS JLES to let on Kenible and Faniham sts., Ho^biiry, ono ot 13, one of 8 and two of 6 atolli each; abuudanoo ot corrlaao room.   L.N. HOWE, cor. Tremont and Sprtugfleld sts.    SuTThS* nl6 Xri' W. H. Biuitln A Son's pat. formed and uioiUcated horse collars; a specialty made ot curing gulled necks und fitting peen horses.  No. a N. Anderson St., Boston. dSuSt*  alO COWii-For sale, 3 cows, 8 to 10 quarts per day, or will exehange for 2 new mUkers and pay ths dlireronco. Call or address DAVIS, 848 Pearl st, Cambrldgeport. It* HOKf^ESHOEalarm clocks,81.60; 1000other patterns at equally us low prioes; our clooh^do-partnient la tho largest in Boston. WILSON BROS., IS'l-ieniontrow. dbutf nl3 HORSE to let, for private driving. For hli board (or the winter; beta kind; any Ia,dy can drivs him. Apply at 1 Beiteou St., room til. It* ij'OK.SIHl, wagon aud harness, almost new, for rt 8.125; selling my store, have no f uilher use wr It. SSEA/banyst. _It* FOlt SAI.E-Horao, harness, oonpe, all tu pat-el.\sB order: can be teen Sunday. 711 Lopci^t, Cambrldgeport, Mass^__1" HoiitSES-VVien yoa want your horao uoon-rately timed, use a Crovru watoh.   w,  S, Crown Jewelry Co^ 102 OoiUft �t.    SndW nlO H'""SksES, HOatSKS - Second-hand horeej tor sale cheap it sold at once. t.o. ^Boston Io� Co., 262 DorcheaCer uv.. So. Boston. _   dbutf jl.7 1I>,VKS� ItlTGGY (or sale, gOO. L. B. X UATCUMli, .18 Winter at.___SuM* TYPEWRSTERS, ETC. REMINCSTON typewriter for rental at 83.50 per mouth.  M 104, Hlobe ofhett._SSu* See Paps 7,14&15 For aiiditional small classified advertisements. 45   

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