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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                iillflilpfii boston stm)at olobe--sunday,. noyeiviber 16, 1890-twenty-eight pages. 15 'See Pages 7,13 & 14 For additional small classified advertisements. . SITUATIONS  WANTED. This watoh -wno'tnlton In trn(lo,soUtl com silver and 18-lc. gold-plnted biisos, IB flno ruliy JowolS) a great targiun; fully wairautod, gO.CO. KJEENE, TIio Jowoloi', 1301 Wnslilnston st. \ JUA�1)rotnlilIlty dcBlros a pboltlon In widower's J\ famUy where other help are kept j from 10 n. m. to3p.m. *OSTremontat,siilto3.   dSuSt* nl4 AXOJOTW MAN wants a chance to worlc evenings In a good concern In the city, writing Droforrod, isagoodnemnnn and can give good rcl-cronees. Address W. S., 20 Revere st. dSnSt' nli a TOUNG IaASHC wants situation to tend In halcery.. Address 11., 3 Pembroke st. d8ii3t� nl4 A Iff EKOMSSIMAN, ago 20, scekii nn en- .__gageraent In tho tishand poulti-y trade, etc.; lui- questlonablo ability and a thorough saleBman, life experience gained in Liverpool and Loudon, Eng.f highest references. Address K. CUASE, care Jlr. J. Humphrey, 287 E. 8d St., Corning, H.Y. dSuAt" nl3 ABICEIftlOAW yonng lady would like a position to do writing or general ofllco work: good reference. Address St. L. V,'., HO Harvard at., Cam-� hrldgoport, Mass. SSu^Y* nl5 A XOTUIVCI lady d. e. bookkeeper, who Is em-j\ ployed, would like an additional sot of books to keep either forohoon or afternoon; 5 years* refcr-� onoe. Address M 107, Globe olllee. SBu� AYOtnv� IL.VmTsr, rosiamg at home, would like to do painting (oU-oolora or fancy woTO for thehollday season at a reasonable price. Address X lis. Globe ofllco. It* AaeOOM eook wants a situation, with or without washing; city or oountryj gooi references, call at 13 Oswego st. If AIIESJPECWAISIjI!!; colored girl wants R situation in private family to do general hoiiso-work, or cook, wash and Iron. Call ov address >p, � IB -VVheeler st, South End. �LOUISE JOKES. 8nM' SITUATIONS WANTED, SEAMSTMEeS would like togo otit bytliB day to do family sewing: ohlldreu's dresflmaKlng a spcolalty. Address B. BMITII, 30 Chnnjbers St., city. , S.idSW nlO WM�OW would like a situation In a nrst-class family as housekeeper. Apply to M. 8., 253 Itlghlandst. dSuSt* nl4 WAWTJBn, a situation by an cx-soUoHor as janitor, clerk or olllco work ot any kind; best of rol'orencesj willing to locate anywhere In Massa-ohusettt. Address E. M. BTEAIINS, Cambrldce, Mass. dSntt aua7 WA1VTE�-By a flrst^olass cooper, uosltlon In a store, \vhere Tie con make lUmselt generally nsetul: G years with last emiiloyers In tho oil trade; beat of references. Address J. H., 27 Ivanhoe St., Soniervillc, Mass. It* ; WANfian, bv a responsible person, address of clreulars, copying or writing of any description to do at homo. Address R 110, Globe omoe. SudSt* nlO WOSICAW-A llrst-clnss nook would like sltua-tlon in family or boarding-house. Apply at No. 20 Lenox St.  It* WANTIBM by a lady, a position as travelling companion or hoasekeopar where aoivant is kept. M 81, Globe ofllco^___dSnlOt nO WAJCriHSt-Situation wanted, by a young man, as an e.xperlencod waiter. Address 11  193, Globe ofllco. SSn* YOVNCi MAN wants chance to loam retail clothing business, country pr^fen-ed; ^vlU work cheap to lonmi references. Address M 170, Globe blivce. dSn35t* o28 YOUWCt liAni', owning maohlno, would llko jtosition as typewriter or other oillee work. L HI, Glole ofllcc. It* YOUBTS* MAN ot temperate habits -wishes position at woodturning in or *near Boston: oan furnish good recommends. Address s. B. TH05IAS, Bodtordj Mass. .     SSn* TO^TNCi man wants situation as assistant printer or assistant retoucher; good references.   Address T141, Globe oflloo. WSu* nl.2 ACBNTS, PARTNERS, ETC. AK,Al>y, formerly a teacher, at present a student In Boston would llko omployrnent of some sort afternoons. Address L103, Globe ofllce. It* BXiAOICSSHTM - Situation wanted by a young man; good slioer and Jobber; sober and steady. Address G107, Globe offloe. It* BAIRBEK-Steady man would like situation; olty or country.' Address A108, Globe omoe. i^OOK-A situation as hendororderoook by a Kj competent and temperate man. Address B141, Globe offloe. 8Ud3t* nlO DTStVa OI.EK.K wants situaUoni 3 years' ojc-perlenco. Address S 130, Globe offloe. S�5t*_ T[7IXI�EM.IEW0M� WAITKESS   tlcsljes sltuatlon,hotel or restaraant; referenoes. B l^JB, (Jlolraofflce. *3 0StT10N wanted by ayoung lady as stenog-X rapher and tvjiewritor and assistant bookkeeper. Address A 102, Cllobe offloe. It* Tr>JR.INTE]!t would llko a situation; the work of i_ some manufactiU'lng Arm preferred. Address M 1S2, Olobo offleo. 8ud8t� nlO These fine Parlor Olooks nro made of genulno white Mexican Onyx, and are the most fashionablo clocks in tho market; olaowhero 885. My price, Monday, gl5.7C. KEENE, tho Jeweler, 130X �VVashlugton st. It A GENTS wanted on Webster's Unabridged Dlo-J\. tlonary,g6; Standard Atlas, Gtady's Llle.Qate-ley's Universal Educator, Beautiful Gems, Kingdom of NaUire, Life of Christ, World's Great Nations, Stanley's Africa, Heroes of tho Dark Continent, Crown Jewels, Living World, BeauttfiU Stiiry, Wild West, Golden I'reasuiy, Oxford and Family Bibles, OOnluin's Atlas of tho World, Manual o Mechanical Arts, Picturesque Ireland, Christ In His Church, Cathollo Educator, History of the TJ. S., Selected Library, g8 (Scott, Dioltens, Thackeray, etc.); Johnstown Shrine, 3 varieties; Colby Writers, spring beds, obonlzed elooks, alarm olooks, bench wringers, silver-ware (Kogers Brothers, 1847), lace curtains, lamps, table covers, lambrequins, rngs. picturea, watches and jewelry; are these all? Oh no I but enough to show you that wo can supply any and all honest agents with anything they want to sell; we want agents everywhere, and will make satisfactory terms with men or women who can furnish recommendations. Call or address the ofllco nearest you; OATELT   JobbCTistoa'dy job; apply lii person, THOMAS CUSACK, Weliesley Hills, 3Slas8. BOYwnntedtoruha Gordon press. FAULKNER   young American man and wife on a small place; ivlU work for low'wagOB if tho place suits; can do most anything but milking; ready to go Dec. 5; rof-erouoes It required. Address S 151, Globe office. CtlTHJATIOW wanted by colored yotmginan In kStlio country to Uvke care ot liorBes; last sitiiiitlon Syeurs; boat of references, office, Boston, Addi'oss D 198, Globe dSulOt no OITUATION wanted by a capable yoiuig girl to for general housework in a respectable family. I'leaso call at 57 Taber St., oB Warren, Koxbiu-y Highlands. aSnSt* nl4 CJITITATION wanted by a carriage painter k5 good general workman. Address OEORG WJEl'SOrr; Walpolo Hotel, Walpole, Mass, e e. SSu* SITUTATION wanted by a young mnn,23 years of age, asbartcnaer: thoroughly exporionoed in Jill branches of hotel busluoas; boon in business for self for past 4% years; good reference. Address M 136, Globe offloe. It* SITIUVnOW wanted by a rollned young lady toaeliev, to take oaro of ohlldron, or do ciiamlier work and sowing. Apply at or address 1110 Harri-Bon av., near Eustla, Boston, Mass. It* SITlTATiON wanted by a competent girl to do cooking, or woidd do housework in a small -fam-Uv in an apartment house. Address H 140, Globe oinco. _ It* SITUATION wanted, by a clvl of oxtjorlenco, to tend hot cofleo counter. - dreas G., 224 narriaoii av. I'leasB call or adit* ITUA'ITION wanted as honnokoener,by Amor-lean lady, to an old couple, or to take care ot a Dick lady or child; Is kind and olillglug; good refer. once. Address It 114, Globe ofllce._ H* I'lroASwW--American, housework, house-koepor; care slok; very patient; low wages; goodlioine. 823 Washington. _It* BZTiiATION wanted by an experienced lady, as cashier or to tend in candy or bread si ore. Ad-dresa 46 Williams St., Chol.ica. WSu* nl2 SlfrtrA'irkoN wanted by a competent Anierioan man of tnwt, care ot funiaciiii, halls, stoves, stables, slock, gent's place, handy with tools. P 141, Btabies, slock, gei Globe ofllce. Su3t� no S'  IXUATION wauled; 2 Nova Scotia girls want ..'work; city or country. 08 Kcvero st. It* _ by a flrst-cinas female cook, ini'at or pastry, in liolel, or both, city or -  ri,,i,rfi)n,r bonne. 219 Harrison c 8Su -Salesmen on salary or commission to handle the new patent Chemical Ink Eras-lug Pencil; the greatest ^aelling novelty ever pro, duced; erases ink thoroughly in 2 soconda; no abrasion of paper; 200 to 500 per cent, proflt; 1 agent's sales amounted to �020 In 0 days; another R32 in 2 hours; we want 1 energotlo general agent for each State and Territory; sample liy mall 86c. For terms and full particulars address Tho Monroe Eraser M tg. Co., La Crosse, Wis. Sud4t* nlO ITUATIONS wauled for eonipotent Swedes, Scotch ami Irish housework glris. Miss FINN, 734 Washington;_ ~(ITUATioN wanted  in  blaokamlth shop; J young man. 2 years' exp Address N. 11., 78 Charles st. s\oirisfrman''2 ypara' txperince in old country! � ddr     � " ' SITUATIONS' wanted by young man, age 30, in wlioleanle or retail ahoe store; 10 years' experience: good references; city ur out of town. Address 6 137, Globe offleo. _It* SITUA'I^ION wanted by a colored lunn as head w'alt*�r or to t^ke care of bulldlnga; good address. Anawer No. 70 Westminster St., Boston HlKhlanUs. SITUATION wanted by mkldle-aged woman in snuill private family; v,-ould go out by the day or hour; would Ue�p house for old couple. AOrtrets M. e-r 08 Baxter St., South Bostoru__It* "^ITITATION wanted by a competent 3'rotes-5 lant man of trust, inside or out, for the winter. 1105, Globe ofllce.___It* OITUATfON wanted by man 36ye:irs; would P like work In any klud of store, grocery preferred. K 134, Gl()be ofllee.____It* SITUATION by temperate man as porter, watchman or general work; best of reference. Address h 133, Globe office. _BiiM* SITUATION wanted; reliable, temperate and wlte; woman, houBCWOrk; permanent employ, ment, low wages. 823 WashUigton s'.. It* SITUATION-Young man wants a sltuntion; 3 eomeklndorlnoide work; rotcrenee if wanted. ) 122, Globe office.      _dSuSt* SITUATION wantea as flrst^closo coachman for New York In private fiunlly ----- 112 I'blUlps St., Boston. Coll or address ESu* SITUATION wanted as timekeeper on docka orwltli coiitractors; good olty releroncea. _ Ad, drcsa U 103, Globe offloe. SITUATION wanted ns kitchen fireman. 00, Globe office.     _ _It SITUATION wanted in a prtTOte family as waiter or tueto make himselt generally usoluL A 00, Globe ofllce. It* SITUATION wanted by a girl to rto^ 1iouki>-work or hiu-hen work, fit., Roxbury, iilaea- Call 2 days at 2 Pierpont If- SITUAI'lON-Bv young nuui abtuit 17 years; crocer.v* alul provision " ...... Masii. . J crocer.v* alul pro Cauibrldgepurt. 307 Caijiliricigi- si. dSuOi* nl5 gllTUATlON w anted in a provision atore by an > experienced man, 24 yearfi of age; releience If niqiiircd. Addwss L IPS, Globe olllee. dSnSf nl4 SITUATION wanted as wnitfir. Apply to JAS. KELLY, 870 Broj�lwtty,Chol�e�,iaa�e.Sui7t�nl� [TANTED-Flrst-clasa agents for "Abraham T Lincoln; a History," by his private secretaries. Nlooluv and Hay; the reault of 26 years' labor and research; authorized byLlncoIn and Indorsed by his con; na f.iocinatlng In style as a romance, hand-Bomelv printed, bcautJfuUy lllUBtratod and elegantly bound. IIALCH BRO.THEUS, 30 Bromflefd St., Boston, Mass. Sudtf nO WANTEU-The book with which apent.% are doing tho largest buslnes** and with the least effort is Rev. T. DovVlttTalmage'8"Lifeof Christ from Manger to Throne;" experience not necessary, as the author's reputation insurea suocoss; iiai-tlculars as to territory and terma on appUoallon. BALCH BROS., SOBromtloiaat. Sud7t nl6 WANTEW-Agents or solicitors on oonunlsalon or salary,big pay; tho New Eng and Inveatment Society BcUa bonds of �100 for ; t le only ooolety that Bells bonds in securities and pays them In the tuino way; call and Investigate. A. E. HILL, Gen oral Manager, 120 Tremont at., room 25, Boston. au(17t* jilO ln^t^ f)i GOI..W and comniissions amounting to WO'v)'0100 for 0 weeks from Nov, 20; send stamp for circular, and go to \vork.  w. D. D. Co, -amp tor circular, and go to ^vork, room 20, 325 Waslilngton st. K/^OOIiIJ" and oommlssloiiB amounting to Ov/ ^150 lor 0 weeloi from Nov. 24; Bend Blauiii lot circular, and go to work, room 20, 325 Waahlngton st. w. D.b. Co, SSu* tWALE HELP WANTED. Monday we shall give away 1000 ot our Gem Eye GhiBB cleansers tree to every person that calls or .ends OI-TICAI. CO.. Ofllce, 1301 Washington at. AMAN wanted of prepoasesslng appearance to represent lis in B(i8tou iuid fluburbu wltli a new and complete line of ivatches and jewelry on liberal terms, -ipply, with ri-Iereiice, to GEO. t. SHAN NON.Bcston Manig.Co,570 Washington 6t.,Boatou, BiiSI ATLI. BIEN and boys wanted to keep oway from tho morocf^o laeturlcs of J.yun, tlio factories of I'labcdy and Ueveriy, until the iiresent truutdc la settli-d.  Per order District Kxtoimve Board ot tli LliatlierWorUeni. dSutt  b20 ^______________    hair cutllng-Geiitli _ lne:i havhig tlu'lr lialr cut In the above style I 1:1105/ that ALLAKl) BltOS., 10 Tremout i-ow, opji BruWo St., Is llie oidy iihieo to get cnimi eat Isfaetlou, dSuSt* nl4 ^--i'UMl'AimVtt" AJCIESEKAI- salary and ooimulsslon will be paid to a lU�t-ekas solicitor; niUBt have a valuable iicqualntwiice wid able to discuss lu>*efitmcnifl vrttb.sorbe�tcitliioas. Box 1861,P.O.        ic" SudSt* .134 no , ... ,_____..... .,,,,,.___________, must bo jL� atrong and rellnblc; best of reforenooB required, Apply MORSE BROS., 14 Bromtleld at. It* SSu* BOYS. boys, can got good office positions. Call Monday, room A, 621 WaBliington st.   SUM* i^lVIIi SBISVlOE examination questions and \j full Information of How, when and where to a\v ' for a government position, sent on receipt of lOo, ___National liiuatrated MagSBlna, Washington, D. 0. ^ Sutf ihhl7 COATaiAKEKS on oenientcd rubber cloth tog. Apply to Cable Rubber Co.,JamaicitPlaln, WFSu* nl2 /^OSIEMAKEK for brass foundry; must be a \j good workman. D'ESTE & CO., 03 Uoverly at, SuM* COIitBCTOltS  wanted; small salary, and commission for new orders; small bond required. Apply to Supt., 26 Oongreaa at., room 7.      SSu* CAKVEHtS-First-class carvera wanted. -4pply at DOE, HUNHEWBLI,    CO.'S factory, 883 Albany at^_       dSuSt* nl6 /^AJffiPENTEKS, ^vith credit for lumber, to xj build amnll houses. Boom 3, 205 Washington St.; apply 10 to 12;_      Bud3t� CAMPBT liAYEa wanted. Sydney St., Cambridse, Mass. Apply at 40 It* DENTIS1 wanted at once, registered in Maasiu ohusott�; must be good operator andimoohanioal dentist. Address t113, Globe oflloB,   dSu3t* nl4 DENTIST-Wanted, ft mechanical dentist, ono that can extract if ncoesaary. Address SNYDER BROS., Lowell, Ma6a^__    It* JQItUG CtEIElK, wanted, rogletercd, with good gin. references; good aituatlona; S12 a week to be-AddressW 160, Globe offloe.    dBu4t* .nl3 EMBtESI PINS and alarm clocks; two groat things to travel with; wo can furnish yon with cither at our new istoro. WILSON BROS., 16 Tre-tiiont row; open evenings Op. m.      dSutt nl3 WILSON BEOS. ot   _____ , 16 Tremont row. crip' Ml utt nl3 e;__ I'?BBJ�EKS-Wanted, cylinder press feeders ; good pay and permanent positions guaranteed wlli teach tho business to a few bright boys. 8.-J, PABKHILL ii CO., printers, 222 Franklin at., Boston. dSnOt* nl3 FBEI>EK8-Wanted, 2 feeders who have had experience In runnUig ft lithographic Jiress. Apply to Wliite-Sinltli Muslo Pub. Co., 63 Staiiliopo at^ near Colmnbus av. dSuSt nl4n FOHEBSIAN wanted to take charge of bottoming rooms in a large shoo faotor.v, making men's and ladies' medium grade of goods- Address mth references, salary expected, etc., S. t. w. &, CO, care of carrier 0-t, Boston, Jtass.       dSu3t iil4 GIiASSIBItS wanted at A. C. HARDY ,fc CO. ., (11 Chiirlcstown st.; none bnt those that Imvo worked In sash and blind stores need apply. ((b'uSl^ nl4 GENTtKMEN who appreciate stylish Imir-cutting, beard trimming and tho "pompadour" style in particular, can have it done aatLafaotorily at ALLAND BROS., 10 'Tremont row, opp. Brattle at, JauSt* nl4 HAIKCUTTING a la POMrA�OUIt -Gentlemen, remember that the preaonce of Imitators only flatters the orlginatora; wo are tho originators and leaders of the modern style of "Pompadour" halrcuttlng In thla country, and our undersigned name and 8 years: standing reputation before we oommenoed to advertise, is a guatanteo to every new cnatomer. ALLAND BROS., 10 Tremont row, opp. Urattla at.___dSuSt* nl4 TrrUB turner wanted, a practical man; good Job XI to a good man. Address lock box 23, MerrlmaOi Miuis,  d9u7t nl6 rfSUKANOB SOEICITOKS and organ-Izera, you oan do better working tor a flrst-olass fraternal order than In any other kind of Insurauco or business; our plan Is tho best; Ute Insuraiioe and oiidownieiit combined. For piu-tloubirs oiill or address Supreme Lodge offlca, 27 Sohool st., room 7*, BoBton. Sutt nS P your watch bothers you why don't you take it _ to WILSON BROS.', 15 Tremont row, whore they clean American watches or Insert a now mainspring for SI and loan you a watoh; 'largest watch department In tho State. ' dSutf nl8 Ip you think your glasses do not flt yonr sight have your eyes examined by our skilled optician � no charge for tcsttog tho sight: crystal lenses, �1 gold giaases, 82-50. 16 Tremont row. dSutt nlS LA-ST SOOUJlBIt wanted. Sttiem, Moss. C. V. MASON, It* .___ -Wanted, 2 smart men to take orders for lauiulry; >vlU pay 40 per cent.; men with tea mo MEN lamulry; >vill pay t- ,------.....-....... preferred; call Monaay morning, 8 o'clock, CON, NELLY'S homo lauudxy, 278 Dbrohcater av., South Boston. It" MEW, are you going to make a wedding present' it so a elock is a nice thing; we have the largest asBOrtineutlu Boston; parlor clocks, 8-day, Btrlke hour and half hour, Inoludlni; bronze, 184 and upwards; warranted 5 years. 15 Tremont row. dSutf nlS MAi:.K KKl:-P-GEO. W. SNOW wants hla friends that have watches that need help to call onhhnat the W. 8. Crown Jewelry Co.. 102 Court St., 3d door from Revere House.       Sual4t nlO MEN wanted to canvass for houflcbold articles in Boston and Now England; statereferencoe and where now employed. Address B 141, Globe offleo, Sudtf nl6 MEN to Bell nuraery stook; no experience ro-qiUred: steady work and good pay weekly; out-nta tree. ATWOOD &. CO., Geneya, 1? Y. WrSuMlOt*  lll2 MAN wanted for lending Area and gouernl worit about large house; must be sober and reliable, with retereneos; Btato wages expected. U 106, Globe office. It* /^PPICEboy wanted, 14 to 16 years old, \J dreas in applicant's liandwrltlng T. A. J ---- 808 Broadway, Bo. Boston. SON Ad, JACK It* PAPEK-HANGEKS are requested to keep away from the Boston Wall Paper Co., until tho present difficulty has been Bottled, per order of the committee; headquarters, 33 Bromtleld st,, 2d night, dSuSt* nl4 PEUMSBK wanted, strictly temperate, who a flrst-elase workman; to aucli a one a steady Job for one year will bo guaranteed: also a young man under luBtruoUon. Address D 104, Globe office. It* PKINTElt wanted, young man knowledge of Job oompoaition,   ' " CO., 24 Columbus av. _____  with good J. R. RUITER It* PStOGItEKSIVE   stenographers to attourt Etenograplieto'  iijisoclatlcin Tuesday evening Room a, 621 Washington at.__Suir PmCOTOGIt, APHMKH - Wanted, 2 vie operatora, and 2 hustlers to call out, to go Sonih 2 weeks'work, first in Massachusetts. U. S. Vie" Co., 07 Manchester St., Maiicbesier, n. h.     SuM PHOTOGltAPMIC wanted; man preferred. ------Man, hard worker, to "become soo-�YY rotary of an incorporated company in Beaton( muat havo not less 8200. Addreaa R 161, Globe office. SuW* nlO) | WANTEn, immediately, a few experienced pantaloon flnlshera; steady work and highest-prices to Urst-class hands. FKEELAND, LOOMIS * CO., BoylBton sq. dSutt n8 . onrvod case, in Y graphitudio on shares. Address Artlat, box 6, Natlck Slass. It* WANTEB-nAn active and energetic collector with experience as a salesman. 102, Globe ofllco. Address D It* "w w. OAPKN ,t CO., 469'Wash. St., Boston, Mass. �'^AN'l'EM-^Maohlnlst. up ono flight. No, 82 Sudbury St. SUM* WANTEU-A neat, active boy to post stock quotations; apply botoro0.30. 13 Winter st. room 10. It* WANTEI�-Swedish man.wllllngandobllghig. ai2 per week and advancement, if aatlntaotory; oaU after 0. M. J. MONAHAN, 21 Bronifleld st. If* WANTIilB-Male  help,; 1 strictly Hrot-ohiss stook aheet Ironors. Apply at 01100 to H. H, SAWYER, Metropolitan Laundry,Wntertown^MiniBS, ITSrANTEM-Strong boy to work in out nolo TTshop. Address 0., 287 Congress St.  _ WANTEM-Shop help. No. 82 Sudbnry at., up 1 flight.___SuM* �WANTEn-Ladiea, �18 weekly; no cauvasalng; TT homo work. Enoloao stamp, Box 580, Rochester, N.Y. Su3t* na WANTEIS-A neat, smart, willing gU-1, with good homo tralniiig; experience not nocesaary; small family, good 'n'agea; call at onoe. 746 Broadway, South Boston; lower bell.    _It* WANTBB-SUdrtlo-aged American lady as companion) for her board. Call No. 7 Winter St., Qulney pi. _It* WANTEM-Experloncod operators on WlUcox * Gibbs sewing mhohlnos; only uxpOrionced need apply. Excelsior Umbrella Mig. Co., 13 Chauncy st. _It* WANTEB-A capable glri for general housework; must be a good cook and laivulresa, nnd with good reference; wages 83.60 per week. Apply at 100 HlglUttiid St., Roxbury. _It* WANTEB-A middle-aged woman capable of taking entire charge of liouaework, four In tho family, about 10 milos from Boston. Address K 132, Olobo oflloo. It* \)Cr-*,I''JfEM-Qoo'l> capable glris for geuoraj TY houao'Work and cooking: alao ladies stippUea with good household help. 97 Warren st,, RoxTniry; hours, 0 to 12 a. m. nnd 2 to 4 p. m. 11* WANTElJp~By an experienced young lady, situation in an office; good rotorouoes,   " - 009, Stoiieham, Maas. Bos It* rrANTEB, exiiorienoed buttoii orOThottorsi , � none others need apply, F. J. SOHOENFUSS, 388 Waaliliigton St., room 0. � _It* W''ANTB�-An lutuillgent lady In search ot temporary en-iploymont; experience not abao-lutoly ueeossary; apply after 10. F, p. KURTZ, 3 Harrison av, It* WANTEB-A girl who nnderatands ninnlni Wheeler is WUson sowing mrchlno. 80 Boyl uat.- , It* WA,NTEI>-ltoflned ladlea to paint for us at their own homes; constant employment guaranteed. Etrnaoan Art Co., 23 Templo pi., Boston, SuM' T.,4NTE� housework girl; family of 3;�4 f also sooond gk'l, ,'J3.60. 203 Tremont st. It* .......,______.........________________   OaU , BEKGUEIM BROS., 17 Kingston st. It* '^ANTEB-ExporlouOT^ WANTEB-A girl for plain sowing and otranda. Apply at 63 Berkeley at., sultul. It* "I'HTOaiAN wanted to do housework who nndor-TT stands plain cooking. 8Va Beethoven at.   It* WIBOWEK wants a good hbmekeiiiiert dress, maker preferred. Addreaa S 182, Globe olllee. �vroUNG IjABY wanted as apprentice to sell JL gloves; first year's wagea �150; good,permanent position alter appronlloeahi|) la served; muat furnish unquestionable roforences. Apply at Oulllauine Glove Store, 4 Winter St., Beaton. ______ It YOUNG Glltl. wanted tor light lionae wdrk. Apply No. 3 Wurceater aq. It* �^"AAA MOUSB'WOlt.K. glris, also cooks, XlfUV table, ohamber, laundry, kitchen and aerubi. BIGELOW'S, 63 Hanover ot. 8ud4t*  nlO OA AllH�'ITIONAi:. eiporleucod operators on /U\J Wilcox * Gibbs' straw sowing machines, hidlos'hats, can And ateady employment at once; board, including room heated by steam, S3 per week. HEIMANN & LICH'I'EN, Mohaoii, Jllaas. dSu8i/� ol4 DRESSMAKING, ETC. YOUNG MAN wanted to travel in the State ot Now Hainpsliiro this winter to sell a new gaugo Just out; every carpenter needs ono; or will Belltowuor county right; only reliable mini need anawer. Address, wlui stamp, w., 23 Indiana pi., 1 Boston. It* YOUNG MEN who wish to learn to out gentlemen's garments will receive a thoroughly practical course of instruction at the Boston School or Cutting, tho oldest cutting establishment 111 New EuElona, oor. Cambridgo and Bowdolu sta. WFSuM* nl2 YOUNG MAN wanted, having had n'year or two oiperlence in repairing watches and olookB In a retail jewelry store; stato referenoes and salary expected. H 108, Globo offloe. It^ YOU'WG man ivantcd, 10 to 20 years old, to loam retail grocery buslneas. Address box 86, Nor-WO!)d, Mass., with references,__ItJ* TO'UNO MEN wanted to learn the art of oul-ttag gentlemen's garments for tlio New York Cutting School; this is the only nractloal school In Boston; patterns for sole. 176'WBshlngtoaat.     It* YOUNG MASi iTOnted as telegraph operator, salary S86 per month. Address H. 0. PARKElt, oaro carrier 30, Boston. It* "1 KAA XiUHrBEKMENfor Now Hampshire I O V-/ and Maine; .also farmers and general laborers. BIGELOW'S, 53 Hanover.   Sud4t* nlO O K EXPEialBNCBB StATEKS. S3 per iuOdnyilong job, near by. BIGELOW'S, 63 Hanover St. It t (\ FIKST-ClLASe bricklayers; only tem-JlvF porafe men wanted. Apply at once 011 job at Revere Rubber MiUB,Chel80a,or to WM. PRAY.SuM* 2000B corpontcrs, or 194 Lincoln St., olty. Apply at 250 Federa^^st., FEMALE  HELP WANTED. This lot of Watehea we shall eloso this week at g!15;thoy are regiUarg!26 goods; tlie chance of a BtotJme; gold filled, nlokel movements, fully warranted. Open evoiiinga until 0; Saturdaya tlU 10. lUilSNE, the Jeweler, 1301 Washington st.      It AGIIEE wanted, to do general housework In a family of 2; a good cook and laundreHs: 20 miles out; a good homo for tho right iiarty. Apply, becweeii 0 and 11 o'clock, Tuesday, 120 Tremont St., room 37. AMOUHEltEEPBK wanted in a country bouse about 26 mllea from Boston; best of referoneo required Globo ofllce, and given, Address g 200, dSii7t* nl6 ANY IiAI*Y can easily make from #6 to jJlO dally selling our new medicated bolt, needed by ovory lady; a bonanza: dou't miss this. Valou Company, 7-1 Tremont st. It* APPUENTIOES and good sewers to learn drcsBinakiug and cutting.  Wlss HAYES, 52 BoylBton st.    _    _    SuTTliS* nlO APPKENTICB Hotel Warwick, Star by flrst-class dressmaker, �bio St., suite 8, Roxbury. AJULKRIOAW, Swede or Irish girl, housework, no cooking ;nm'se glrl,table glrl.724 Wasldngtoii; BUS]!IEI,GIItI,S - Wantitd, flrst-olass bast-era, flnishers. shoulder basters and basting pullers. SIGAL itfilNAIilSlCY, 63Ierrlmac�t., Jiostou, top floor. It* CIEAYON AllTIST, younghidy; good pay. Ideia Portrait Co., 30 Market st., Lynn, Mass. dSii3t�_ul6_ XPMSlWCEB~SAirE8GlStE� wanted for stationery,go to p8;rubber goods, iHO; 8 on fancy goods ami brlo-a-brack, JtS to ))I0; tui-B, )J13; mllhiierv, JSS or go; trimmings, 30 or 7; 2 on dry goods ^5, nlRO a glove flttt;r, go to ffO. Mercantile Itoferenco & Bond_.\83oclatloii,_4�frWasWngton_Bt. I?itirANW~Glifir.,-WaliTed^ gli'i. ll Apply to CHAKTIER, 61 Boylaton. It* EXPMSEIENCEB girl wanted, to do general holiBOWOrk in family ot 2; bent roreronces required. Address 16 Glen'arm St., DorcbC3tIE8 wanted to learn my perfect system J of dresseutt,ing; French blas;late6t styles taught with system and draping, SIO Mrs. ii. A. INWOOD, SlVfuter st. accordion plating. ' room 3. dSuSt nl5 LABIES wanted to see McDowell's celebrated dreSHCUttlug Bystem at Mecbanle's fair, right side ol grand organ on street floor; also at 22 Winter St. lira. BAMPOHTIl, Agent. It* LABIES,we are now prepared to cut the patented siaimleas Bliouhler; will cut ;iml bjiato aulUi and scud hoamatresa to llulsli. Buatou Dress Cutting UulUiiie, 181 Tremont St.______^t�_ Tt.r,�E.'"M6itiilS-^Fienell liTetlieJ for dress J.rX and sleeve outting, ilolfiuatt liuuse, 212 ikduin-bus av., suite 19; tills method Is based oil t-ullrcly new piinelples, ensuring a porl'eet French w-aisi, combining style and grace with ease and oonifurt; lla iiierils and excellunco will appear on exumlnatiou; agents wanted. It* Q~T7'i"AYI,OR, 030 Broadway, New^l-oriT, O* culls attention to our only Itostoungcnt, Mrs. M. a. IJennett, 12 West St., room 3, whom we reeoni-mend as our best teacher of dress cutting hi that olty; French patterns, fashion Journals and systems for sale.  S. T. TAYLOR, fashioner and importer. Sutf au24 njin'E I. X. L. TaylorBysu-m ot dress and garment X cutting Is above cumptilltluii; ei^jiily learneU and accurate in every way; p�'rleet taListactlou guaran-tiied; lesfious not Uifilted; liberal conunlsslou to local or travelllug acenta. 706 'H'aslilngloii st,, room 2. Hu2t�  lilO Ladles to learn, our syaUiiu ot - -.........______., . lieBt ol Instruction: guaran- UtoflOto gl5 per week. Miss e. M. liillBONS, 120 Tremout St., rooms. HuilUt* nlO WAJVTEB-I'rencb inUliner>'; WANTEI�-French millinery making or trhu-mlus, 25c. to Bl. 129 'i'remoiii at., room 8. SudOf nlO PHOTOGRAPHS, CRAYONS, ETC. C1AH1NETN ONEY        ANB I J doz.; not elub pictures, but all illtt-waiTiiiited equal in hnlBli and artiaHe Ugl: �7 pictuiua.  A. -M. GESDKOK, plioU'i; Tremoiii row; nmiomber the place, over ______________________     . .10 per not elub pictures, but all flifcU(;l;iaS pliolos, �'   ' '*       -------" Uglitiugloauv . .   )togi-iiplit-r, IS i j iiiiutiiiiuui i,ui! place, over Jfa^sacbu-setts boot and shoe store; we have no oilier studio and no puecessor.       - Sudtt iuy4 FOR ADOPTION. Apine girl baby, 3 nionttie old, for adoption. . Address li Ifll, Globe offleo. It* TTEAI.T1I Y BOY wanted, from birth up to 2 Xl, weeks, for lidoptlon; also girl S to 0 months old. A4dreM A101, Globe oclce. It* BEST ORGANS and pianos for onelost payments; the Mason in Hamlin Co. now ofler to rent any one ot their famous organs or planoa for 3 montliB, giving tho person hiring full opportunity to test It tlioroiighiy In hla own house, and return If be does not longer want it; if he contliiuea to hire It till the aggtiegato of rent paid amountB to the price of the Instrument, it beeoinea Ills iiroperty without turtbor payment; Illustrated oataloguos, with net prices, free. Wureroonis: Mason it Hamlin Hall, 154 and 156 Tremont st., Boston.        Sutf nlO L" "ooiti r5o, S'ys, isioo. siss, siso, 8(175, onlv for bandsomo oarvod square aud upright pianos, llttlo UBOd by private lamlUes; Stem-way. Chlekerlng, Miller, etc.; easy terma: only 815 to H8 per month, or will rout tbom, 83, Si4, g!6 per month toward purohase (In reasonable time): old pianos bought or taken In exchange. D. S. BHIG-llAM, 621 Washington at. dSutt nlO AN assortment ot Steliiway, second-hand grand, square and upright pianos, Borao nearly new; all fully warranted; also for sale cheap, the largest stock of second-hand pianos of oUier makers. Including every pronalnenl namo In America or Europe; bewaro of bogua Instruments repreaunted genuine Stclnway phmoo. M. BTEINEB'f & SCiNS, Btelnort Hall, Boafon. dSutf aua7 CAEE MONBAY OR TUESB AY' aud see the elegant, almost new 7Mi ootave upright; we can sell for SlOOj best Boston make; MlUoi: atbalf price. No. 670 'VVashlugton at.        _It* HIGHEST OASmC PRICES paid for now oraecond-hand square or upright planoa; call at once, no wo want 50. CHAS. D. BLAKE &, CO.. No. 670 'VVaablngtou at.__It* "O ARB MAROAINS-Wehavoa largo assort-JXi ment ot pianos and organs, Including many leading makes, taken hi exchange: they aro all in first-olasa oondltlou, and will be sold at prices which doty competition; a full assortment of new pianos at low prfces for cash, on easy payments and to rent. New England Piano Co., 157 Tremont st. dSutf nl4 fA PIANOS for Bale, on which money has OU been loaned; 1 for 8<20, 1 forWO, 1 l!vci'ett plauo for 8(00; a new npright, none better made, very elaborate, at B185; also several MoPliatl's, Chlekerlng, Ivors ii Ponds', Voae & Sous, and other well-known makes. Loan Fund Co., 178 Waslilngton Bt., room 3. It* APE'W SEOONIt-HANB PIANOS nnd orgnns, but Utile used and us good as now, will be Bohfat low prices for cash or on easy payments. Maaon & Humllu Organ and Plauo Co., 'l64and 155 Tremont St. Sutf nO SlSBOONB-HAWW PIANOS-A large variety ot seeonrt-hand pianos, square and nprlBlit, talien In exchange for Glilckering & Bou'a pianos, will be sold Qt very low prices. 0. C. HAUViiY & CO., Chlckorlng Hall building, 162 Tremont st.   dSutt 00 BANI-CHtUPT STOCK of second-hnnil pianos, organs and melodeona, from g<10 to glOO, low for caab, or on easy terms; now l8 your time to get an instrument cheap; call and see them. 621 Waahlhgtou st;_dSutt nl6 it �i K-SIIEEBR upright! Uttlo used; Ivors Pj. 0�/ & Pond, in walnut, 8(1751 pianos from 10 to 8(200. on easy tcnna, at JAS. 'IV. OIIEE- :fEY'3. 057 wash, at., over tho CoutlnentJil, Sud6t 78_Wlisl)l. IANO, at a great bargain, and veiy euey terma. 73 Pleasant St., Cainbiulgepurt, Mass. dSu7t*lil3 p. OCEAN  STEAMERS,  ETO. Tbla lot ot Rings are Solid Gold, with emeralds nibvB, mooustoiicK-. etc.: cdd sizes. Pricea from f(6 to BO. Your cliiilce 8(2.38. Open evenings till 0. Saturdays till 10. lUiENE, tbo Jeweler, 1301 \Va.-iliIiii;ton St.____It YAKSHOUTII STEAMSHIP CO, (LIm iK-ai-The fast and popular Bteamship Yannoutli sails from Tiler 1, 1,,'jwIs wliarl', Boston, for Yar-muuth, N. S,, every Tuesday and Friday at 10 a. In., making cIOB-.i connnctlons at Yarmouth to all polntu In 'Nova Seoila. Iletunilng, BiUla from Varmouthfor Boston ev.-ry VVertnesday and Saturday evenings. The Yarmouth ojirrlcs a Icguliu- mall lo nnd from 'I'armouth, N. S. For rates of passage, statiirooms, etcapply toj'. F. SPlNNiOY, Aeeiit, pier 1, Lewis wliiir/; J.O.HALL A CO., 64 Otiatiiam lit.;'lilOs. COOK & SON, 332 Washington Bt.; W. H. EAVES, 'Ileket Agency, Porker Uouae.__Sutf 123 gMPREZA   .INNUEAN^A ____________   _____________   NAVEOA- ____CAO (Insular Navigation ('o.)-Direct Bleam- Bliip line to Azores, Madeiia, Lisbon: the new and elegant steamer Vega, 4000 tons, having aB modern Improvementa, eledrie light, etc., will sail for above iiorlB; the luiequiilled reaoi la for tourbit& ajid Invalids eeclilug lioulth. For rates, etc., apply to F.il.CK CO..general paBsengcr ftKonls, 30 Broadway,New VorU. o.- to CILVULES V. DASEi', general Eatiti-ni Agrlil, 7 Bread St., Boston. Butt jy-M (lUNARII EINE--Steamersleave i-i-erv Satur-j iluy lor Liverpool via Quei-nalown; .Scytlilu.Nov. Nov. 15; Catalonia, Nov. 22; Ccpbnlo ......    ,13 lias- nhs, Jal2 S; I'aeoulu.-----. .....------, -      - - , Ilia, Nov. 2U; Saniurlu, lief. 0; tlcytbla. Due. 13 I'avonlu, Dee. 110; Catalonia, Dec. 27;cabl'i sage, sum, HBO, glOU.   ALEXANDER MAlfl Ageut, 09 .Hlatu Bt., BoBUm. d.sutr C!'�       K/'k -STKBKAOE    TIt!llE'I'� ffiJLO.OvF from Llvenmol. Qucuustuwii, GbiB-r,ow. Londonderry, Loudon and Belfast; from Bris-t^il, Cardill, etc.. at lowest i-atofc. Warren Liiiu Stuamshlp Co., 18 i'oft Ofllee bij. i drafis <"'',sale- , B~ AN JO, gullar and mandolin Instruotlon, day and ovwilng._J.lsajiUlNLAN,104ATremontst. ElMIE'liT GREENY. guitar and mandolin teacher ot banjo, Studio, 50 Boylaton at. voice culturo, sight singing and aong expression. Addreaa 126 Tremont slj-t* H. 'rich: TA-NTEB--Amatonr slide trombone and ad I cornet for orchestra. Adilvesa R150,Globe olllou. a' UITARS-iuinjoa and strings a* .bjirgalns; lessons rea.i'oniiblo. E. CLARK,'J Shawmut av. LOST, FOUND,  ETC. Do you want to buy? This week I havo a Ring coat ownor 8136; will sell for 8123. Ono pah- Dbimond Ear Drops, flno while stones, worth 8160; will sell for J(83 cash. ICEE-NE, tho Jeweler, 130.1 Waahlngton St. It DOG-Lost, young Yorksliiro terrier, light head and lego, dartter back; a suilablo reward tor hla return to .M. A. DIAZ, 202 Waslilngton st;__It* ,TliatW."s7oitOWN''ls no'wioca'tedat FOUNB-102 Court at,, 3d door troii, 8. Crown Jewolry Co. Revere House. w, Sudl4t nlO 1310unb-On Sliairaut av., Nov, 11, lady's ' watch. Owner addresa B 108, Globo offleo. , rtSu3t*  ul6 LOST-Sept. 4, la the 4.18 train from Beaton on Old Colony (main line) R. R., a black cloth hand bag containing a pocket book vnih ownor'a name Inside, papers, mcmoraudnm books and letters ot no value iiavo to the ownor. Howard will bo puld for tho return of tho anriio jo lOjri'remoiit at., Boston, T~6sT-Alilau of dwofllug house, drawn by h, Ju L, Campbell, to bo built for Fred'k il. Stark, Boatoii; to bo left at 46 Milk St., room 2. FRED'K J. STARK. _It* LOST-On Thursday a black and white Italian greyhound, answers to namo of I'rlnce; SS win be paid tor Ills return to -1-4 Mt. Vernon at., and no (inostlona naked.__SuM LOST-Between cor. of Wappliig and Chelaea sts., U. 8. S. Wabiiali, or on Clutrlestown car, a gold liuiitlng-oaBo v/atcb. Finder will be rewarded by returning It to Surg. H. M. MARTIN, U. S. S. IVabiiah. It* LOST-A train, by not havliig my watch repaired by GEO. W. SNOW, at tbo VV. S. Crown Jewelry Co., 102 Court at., Btreet floor, 3d door from Revere House. Suill4t nlO PU I..IHN from Wash. bI., at lla. m., gray mare, welgiit 1050, attached to a Uglit oxrirens team, black body and llglit running part. Fliidor ivUl please notify J. FRANKENSTEIN, 31)8 Cambridge St., Cambridge, Mass., and bo rowariled. It* �tE'WAIIHI6-Brown spunlol dog lost; anno qiiestlona uakea. . Bwers to name of '1,'onoy ames, 611 Tremont ot. , It* INSTRUCTION. Waltham Watoh, 3-ounoo eolld allver oaee, fully guaranteed, 8(6-75, worth 8(16. Open evenings till 0; Saturday till 10. KEENE, tho Jeweler, 1301 Waslilngton Bt. It AN EXPBiRIENCEM leaeher would llko to exoliaiigo lessons In eloeutlou for Icsaous hi dancing.  l169, Globe ofllce.    _ It* OIT., PA-IKTINO IcBSona, china painting,mln oral transfers; bogmnurs  ""   ' ........ umbua, suite 2. 26c. holu'.   200 Col-It* FlUOE. MOEEERICH from Berlin is prepared to receive pnplla In Frenoli end Gorman reading and conversation; class or private Instruction; 816 for 20 lessona. Prof. MClLLERICH, 73 i\Iontgomery st. _It* PEOPEE desirous of dovclophig ttiolr mefllum-istlo powers oan Hurt a rare ojiiKirtunlty; BtrlcUy private. For full Information address 11 180, Giouo offlce;____________It* _ EABING-a lady of several  years' experience In public reading will havo some open dates during tlio winUir whloh she would llko to (111; excellent press notices;  fine wardrobe,   it 142, Globe offlce. It* niirOICOUOU   IWSTltUHT.lON-EKpcrl- Leiiced teaoher ot Kngllsb liranclu-B. writing, miitbcmallcs, Latin, Greek, eloeutlou, cuUi-Ke pre-paralluii; baokward pupils a Bpechilty. 179 Tremont St., room 14._____ lt*__ OUNGOiijtMAN would Uke to t-xcluiiiKo Yi^ Globe otiloe. If c'� A-ll�KIYATK ee.SfaON.S.dayorevcu tT)_l.\/ lug, lo persons of any aiji': full (er|nB of 10 KiigiUh'biaueht.'S, iurlutlliu: bocKkfcplne, late to learn: ediicailuu will assist you in L 1-1,'j, Glolio ollic'i.    it* weeks never obtaining employment. A.BAIEEY, 48 MO-WARl> ST., U inay be consulled oonfldontiaBy on all diseases, from 0 a. m. to 0 p. m.; his long and sucMeastul praoUco In the treatment ot private diaeases ia both sexes is acknowledged by aU: ladies -who ro-qulTO tho sorvlcea ot a pliyslobin wiQ find It to tholr advantage to oonault Dr. B, on all comphilnts; his mcdloines are silto, sure and reliahlo in the successful treatment of all feraalo complaints, and are tree from meronry; ladies who ftra In need of his sarvlooa Bliould coll botoro cousultlng any other physician, na a friendly ohat viiU cost nolhlng and may be o� gi-eat advantage; no other physician In the city has the same taollltlea for tho saecesatul treatment oJ oil female complaints, or can compete vrtthDr. B.j his method ot treatment is the only successful ami harmlcsB one: best of board and nursing for pattents who may desire to remain In tho city tmder the doctor's poraonal care; all busineaastrictly private, aijd ladlea aea tho doctor only. Olllco, 48 Howard St., Uoaton. Sudtf anil DR. ANB MRS. OORBON, 032 Tremont St., corner Mllford, Boston; female oomplalnfa a specialty; 20 years' experienoo has demonstrntea beyond a doubt that their metliod of treatment ia the only roUableipainlessandnbaolntelyaafo nfiethod In exiatence, ladlea requiring medical or surgical aid should consult them before calling olsowBere, and thus savo time and inonev; Dr. nnd Mrs. Gordon aro old-establl8hod ladles' physloUms, and glvo their exclusive attention to the treatment ot all female com-plalnia, nnd gunranleo every caao; thoao who have been dooelved through Impoatura or fraud, or unsuc-coaafully treated by other physicians, are espealylly Invltoil to oiUl; ladles aoalrlng to remain under tbo doctor's oaro wlU be assured of careful attention and apeedy recovery; their unequalled faollltles enable them to aurrolma their patients with every comfort and luxury to meet tho Indications. Dr. Gordon's celebrated temalo remedies are a veritable boon to the ladles, being harmless, aafo In action and positive in results; consultations troa and confidential; 0 a. m. to 9 p. m.       _        Bud7t* nl6 Ladlea requinng tho advice of an old and 01-perloncod physician, who luia devoted years of attention to all forms of female complalnta, can confl-dontbiUy consult me free ot charge on all diaeases ot a delioato or private nature, and bo asiured of aclentlllo and courteous treatment; methods painless but nosltlvor nn exneilonced lady pliyslolan in at-ten(mnco, who can be consulted at all hours, when preferred; charges moderate; ofllco hours 9 to D. Dr. RUSSELL, 41 Wliitor at., room 3. _It* 0"~ �h �R. C. M. HAEE-30 years' experience in hospital and ofllco practlca.regulor physician; exiiort treatment of all forms of private dls-eases; solicits a call from all who have failed In former attempts to get well; no cxperbnents, quaokoi-y or failure; medicines for Infections or poisonous tlla-eaao ot the urinary organs; cnre recent oases in ono day, stopphig mucous diacbargcs, Irritations, scalding ami inflammation; never sicken or taint the lireatb; cost less, cnre quicker than all others; hla blood medicines euro the woist type of private diseases, iialiifl In the ticah and bones, red spots, ulcera, all .lores on tbo llmba and all other forma possible; patients who consult Dr. U.ill are always aatlsflod; graduate 1862. Ofllce 60 Howard st.    dSatf mh3 Bli. BisHOP, 7 Tremont row, Scol-jq., spodaUat of great experience in tlia treutmcnt of all forms ot female complaints; her largo aud successful practice l3a Bulllcieiitguaranteo of Bklll; employa the only aafo and auro methods kno\yn; ladlea (lealrfng the ttld of a physician aave money nnd llnd quiok relief by oonanltlnghor; elegant acooinmodatlbns tor patients who wish to re-main under tho doctor's oaro; largo assortment of most rellablumedicines; 0 to 0 ov�ry d&y.dSu7t*nH LABIES-StrangeT in olty, ivlshlng services of old and skilful doctor, avoid failure and Impos-turo. soenro qulok and certain relief, visit Dr. O. H. HALL; luxurious aoco/iimodatlons, dehcaoy, politeness; cottage unrBlngi aeccecy warranted; parlors for patients; ailhouiti. 60 Howard at., city.' SuTFtf mh20 IVijay'aq., rriROUUEE ANB MISFORTUNE oan ba A avoided by tho 116(1 ot Old Dr. Warron's Pennyroyal PUIb: relief in 8 to 6 daya; never fail; Bend40i In stamps tor free trial package. Warren Remedies Oo.,16BTremontat.,Boston,offlco23.   Sud7l* nlO LAB IBS, married or single, qulcltly cured without using painful or dangerous remedies; ad\ico free; all letters anawered. Address Dr. and Mrs. STAInLEY, p. 0. box 3071, Boaton, Maaa.   ' Sud5t* nie BEAIR'S ENGEISH REMEBY -A quick and sure cure for all diaeases of the urinary organs. Solo ,BiIont8, F. T. CHURCH Jt CO.. oor. Conrt nnd Howard sta. SuMWFtf 56 rpAN8Y~PIEE8 for ladlea; relievo in 2 to 5 Xdnye; never fail; warranted safe and reliable; send 4o. lu atamps for free trial. Blra. Dr. FORREST, 181 Tremont st., ofllce 21; advice free. dSa4t* ulS BI.AIR'S English Restorative PUla-A sure euro for ne�voua debility and lost vigor lu either aox. F. '1'. CHUllCll ii, CO., agents, cor. Conrt and Ho^v*-ard uts.; prlec 8(1 box. TbSSuTtt uihl4 MRS. ims,. THOMAS, 233 Tremont at., treats all dlseaaea of women; board nnn skilled nuialng dnrtaK conUnement; remedies mild; cnro certiUn;__Sud7t* nl6 AN OUNCE of prevention la mora vnlnablo thanapiiuudof cure; Dr. TH0.1IPS0N'B Female Ilegubitlng Pill* and aiedlcated Supporters never fall. 10 Temple pi., room 3._It '-vfilRSE-Flrst-class nurse will board patients 1^ durhig oonflnement reasonable; country home; also babies boarded. Address K 112, Globe office. ., KUSSBEE'S EITTEE FEMAI.E ___ FILLS never fall.   DR.  RUSSELL treats all female complaints,41 Wmter at., room8; 8 too. Sum* SCIENTIPIO TREATMENT ol Chronio and Nervous diaeases.   Electrician, Mra.^ Dr. hill, room 10, 208 Druiiimontl at. SSu* MRS. MUKOH:,'48 East Nawton st, reUablB uhyaldan; board and nursing during confluo^ ment. dSu'ft* nl4 _____Bis. never fulla. 1SEEI.*S sure female regulator 1242 Waahlngton et., Boston. ilSu7t* nl4 RHBlTaiATISSI and throat trouble a spa. cU-arj-.  Mrs. Dr. E. l. CiMDEN, 453 Columbus av., suite 3. SudTt* nlO TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. 8CHOOUS, COLLEGES,  ETC. One lot oC line Solid Oolil Fountain Pens, worth gs, tocloBi.', at 8(1.45; remember Ihla price la tor Monday only. Open eveutuga till 1); Saturdays till 10. KEENE, the Jeweler, 1301 Waslihigton ,st;      It COMER'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. I>uy itiid eveiiliik' HeaaiODa. BQokU-:;epIa(T, renman-BlilPi'shorUiund imU u tcmirid iittUifc for bualnt-ss. ^ViislilnKtt'ii iii.. cur. Boylfltou Bt.;aayiuia cvtrHny. ___fiuSt* n'2 to iti'Jiii    i iHiicUcul, nut bcliuul lnsu'ui.;tlo�; lua- DETECTiVE AGENCIES. h, jr. V. MYESCN, private detective, wlUi �5 � *�    '   -ton so., room 14. STIhiSt" alO ^I.OkYxW OlitEE.XEEApTllwlwJ'd de^  tttctlve; idiiolady operatives. 20 w. licdiiiim St. SuWu' myll EICHARBSOS'S Ik-Uictlvo Agency, 28 Pem-berton Sij., luittou; skilful work pri.>niptly exo-auted; cbarsea reaionnble. Su'ri'hi'it* ii2 EXQUISBTE ALiOND SOAP FREE. 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