The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on October 30, 1894 · 9
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THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1894. Furniture Parlor Stoves SOLD ON INSTALMENTS. ALSO Fnreitnre, Carpets, Oil Clolhs,Cooking Ranges, Sideboards, Parlor Beds, Crockery, Iron Beds, Chif foniere Beds, Parlor Beds, Mirrors, and Household Goods of every Description. REMEMBER 01 H TERMS. $1 down ob $10 and $1 per week. S2 down on $20 and $1 per week. $3 down on $30 and $1 per week. $4 down on $40 and $1 per week. $5 down on $50 and $5 per month. $6 down on $60 and $6 per month. $7 down on $70 and $7 per month. $g down on $80 and $8 per month. $S down on $90 and $9 per month. $10 down on $10O and $10 per month. Browne,Horton&Go WASHINGTON ST. JJQ SPECIAL lXDlCEMEMS. yery customer purchasing goods to tba amoont of $23 and upwards we make a present, lometbing that Is cot done by any other house In Boston: every customer purchasing goods to the amount of $23 will he presented with a handsome Camp Rocker. Customers purchasing (oofls to the amount of $50 will be presented with a beeutiful pair of blankets: customers pcratsiig goods to the amount of $100 will be P'eentea with an elegant Eight-Day Clock. We also deliver all goods free to any city or town in JTew England where there is a railroad station, which is not done by every house in Boston. Any one living out of town, and not having the time to spare to come in and select their goods, can have their orders attended to by sending them to us. stating what kind of goods tbey war and the prices that they wan to pay, and we will guarantee that they will be Just aa they are represented. We wish to call special attention to our name and number, aa every one is not always careful what store they go into, and quite often we Hiave customers come into our store after they have bought goods In another, and say: "When I bought my goods I thought that I was buying them of BROWNE. HORTON A CO. but I found out my mistake too late.' A word to the wise is sufficient. We employ no agents or solicitors, and we are selling the same quality of goods from 10 to 30 percent less than they can he bought of any agent or solicitor in New Etgland. FTtf o26 WHEN BUYING A brass or iron bed be sure snd buy the A. K. Iron frame fuel sprln.;. For rale by all furniture dealers. Ask to see it. lSul.it o28 Auction Sales SULLIVAN BROS. Auctioneers, 9 School st. Boston. I BARBER CHAIRS. Clifford Barber Supplies Co., 049 Washington. 6t o29 FOR SALE 50 pood second-band parlor and tore stoves. GRANET'S. 1221 Tremont st dSr.25t ol" N. M. HATCH. Auctioneer, 136 Tremont st. The old, reliable and largest auction house in Boston: sales of pianos, furniture, carpets, bedding, stoves, etc, ev-ery Wednesday and Saturday, commencing at 10 o'clock a m: 3 large salesrooms. Sales beld at residences and stores on days specified by owners; household furniture and stocks of mdse of every description. In large or small lots, bought outright for cash or sold on commission: storage In separate rooms, with lock and key. at reasonable rates. oSutf 08 LEWIS J. BIRD CO. Auctioneers. 32 Bromfleid St. Boston A Maine railroad sale of unclaimed baggage The Boston & Maine railroad will sell at public auction on WEDNESDAY. Oct 31. 1894. at 10 o'clock a m, at the Boston A Maine passenger station. Haymarket so (entrance on Travers st), the remaining unclaimed baggage, consisting of trunks, valises, sailors' nags. 1 eddlng snd miscellaneous articles, advertised Jan 2. 1893. and Jan 1. 1894. W. R. BRACK- ETT, General Baggage Agent. St: : st o28 SOLID CHERRY SIDEBOARD. Tennessee marble top. bevel French plate mirror, perfect condition: large mahogany center table, brass feet; black walnut marble top chamber set. Mack hair cloth parlor suit, dining chairs and rockers, and other odd pleies will be sold at a bargain at 42 Eliot st. White Front store. 3t o27 TOC CAN FIND a cash customer for furniture, carpets or merchandise of any description by calling or writing W. W. TREMAINE. 14 auut st. Boston. tsuitr apio I City of Boston City of Boston, Street Department Notice Is hereby given that no permits to tnske excavations in the city streets for building sewers or laying pipes, wires, etc.. will be issued from the office of tbe Superintendent of Streets after November 15, 1894, except under an emergency or in case of extreme necessity. All persons or parties having any rights in elty streets are requested to forthwith apply for permits to make all necessary repairs to Sewer or water conectlons. or any other pipes or structures needing attention, as all such applications will be refused after the above date. H. H. CARTER. Superintendent of Streets. Boston. Oct 25, 1894. 2t o29 TO THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN of the City of Boston Boston. October 16, 1894. The undersigned ret pectfuily petitions for consent to erect a wooden building as a stable with 3 stalls, situated on Walnut st. corner Belle av, ward. 23, subject to the conditions of the statutes and ordinances in relation to the erection, occupancy and use of stables In the city of Boston. Dimensious: Length. 30 ft: width, 20 ft. LUDWIG OSTERMEYEB. CTTT OF BOSTON. In Board of Aldermen. Oct 22, 1894. Upon the foregoing petition It Is hereby ordered that dne notice be given by the ratlHnmw n nil .. - I 1 - tuimitti w mi k ' .1 5 lUirirPLnj lUBl I ' - - ' .... . . j, uj, this board will, on Monday, the 12th dav of 00 pr irises, sale of handsome 3-story framed Kovember, at 3 o'clock p m. consider the ex- j dwelling, with L. 45 Gates st; house contains Bediency of granting tbe praver of said peti- J rooms and bath, arranged for 3 tenants, lion, when anv person objecting thereto may u'1 j windows, hot and cold water, gas appear and be heard: said notice to be given 1 aDd fixtures, the whole (n best order, the lot bj tbe publication of a copv of said petition 1 containing 2255 sq feet, affording wide side with this order of notice thereo'i vt- times Passage, flne yard room: splendid estate for each In the Boston Globe and Evening Record ' home and investment combined; terms at sale; the last publication to be ten davs at least tSOO to be paid at sale. dSo4t o2T nerore said bearing, and by serving a copy of the same upon the owners of the estates adjoining the premises of the petitioner. Passed. J. M. GALVTN, City Clerk. A true copy. Attest: J. M. GAI.VIN. City Clerk. 3f o27 TO THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN of the City of Boston The undersigned respectfully petition for consent to erect a new wooden building as a stable with 2 stalls, situated on tear 188 Westville St. ward 24. subject to the conditions of tbe statutes and ordinances in relation to the erection, occupancy and use of stables in the city of Boston. Dimensions: Lfngth. 21 feet; width. 15 feet. WM. A. B. YATES. Oct 19. 18&4. North end; substantial 3-story and French-roof brick dwelling house, with L and lot and about 1450 so, ft. No. 35 North Margin st, next tne corner cooper st. on II kspai, net ,v at 12.30 o'clock p m, on the premises, will te sold by auction to the highest bidder, this centrally-located house, IS rooms, water on each floor, in cowl repair: the sale offers nn excellent opportunity to purchase for residence and investment, near the retail center of the city; terms easy; $300 deposit at the sale. dSuGt o25 Executors sale. South end. 2 brick apartment housea. No. 173 Northampton st. next the corner shawmut av. and No. 40A Windsor st. corner Westminster St. on WEDNESDAY. Oct 31, at 3 oVlock n m. on the premises, will lie sold at public auction to settle the estate or D. S. llealy, deceased; 1st. .no. lio .Northampton st. 4 stories and 4 suites of 5 rooms each and bath in good repair, lot about 1616 square reet on the -orner or driveway: -;n. -o. Windsor st. cor Westminster St. 3 stories. 3 suites. 5 rooms and bath euch. in good repair. with usual conveniences and improvements found In modern houses, lot about 1296 square feet: the sale of these houses offers a fine op lHrtunity to purchase for investment, in a section of the city where property will always let to good advantage: x) deposit on eacn bouse, and other terms at sale suu4t 023 North end, cor estate, substantial 3-story brick dwelling house No. 64 Charter st, corner of Thipps pi, on MONDAY. Nov 5. at 12.30 o clock p m on tne premises, win oe soia 'v auction to the highest bidder, this desirable and well-located property, near the new North end park; the house contains 14 rooms, arranged for families, in good repair; a good estate for Improvement or investment, easy terms$300 deposit at the sale. dSu7t o30 MoFARLANE. PHILLIPS & CO. Auctioneers, u wit Kt The lnrcrest finest and most cen tral auction rooms in the city. Special sales arranged for any day in the week. Consignments solicited. In our salesrooms, on FRIDAY, Not 2, at 10.30 a m, special sale of flne furniture, imported rues. etc. consisting of oak and b. w. rhamter sets. w". e. beds, canopy tops, balr mattresses, oak china closets, book cases. wardrobes, chiffoniers, shaving stands, oak sideboards, dining tables and chairs, hrocn telle and rug parlor sets, couches, turkish rock' er. pusr chairs, oak and b. w. roll-ton desks imported rugs, etc. etc: also a few fine pieces of antique furniture at private sale. Sud6to2S Special sale of Imported oil paintings In our art galleries on HBUHBSuai ana rm ttf-DAT. Oct 31 and Nov L each day at 10.30 a m and 3 pm; this collection contains many flne examples by eminent foreign artists, among whom may be mentioned Ch. Renaud. K. Val- entl, F. Gern.-d. L. Jenbro. Ch. Vivenot, A. Renchi. Ch. Do ret, V. Totln. J. Barnay. G. Palato and others: these paintings are framed in the best possible manner and are In excellent order; on exhibition Monday. Snd4to2S M. MARQUIS. Auctioneer and Appraiser, Office, 40 State st. room 40. Superior Sale Elesmnt Fnrnltnre, This Dav, Tuesday, Oct. 30, at IO.SO O'clock, at Elegant Residence. 497 Columbus A v. This sale embraces all the appointments of f refined residence. 7H-oct upright piano, ele rant brocatelle and wllton rue parlor suits costly oil paintings, choice bric-a-brac, lace curtains, elegant bedroom suits In walnut and oak. hair mattress, couches, chairs, dining room furnished all In oak, china, sliver ware, etc. etc. orer 400 lots: open at 9 day of sale; tbe entire house will be sold without reserve. JOHN B. FITZPATRICK. Auctioneer. No. 23 Court st, room 325. Telephone 110, Boston. Auction sale, tbe entire furnishings of bouse .no. 34 Eliot st, Boston. Oct 30. iss4. at 2 o'clock r m. on the premises, will be sold by pnMle auction to the highest bidders the following described property. Tlx. Turkish parlor set. willow parlor set. cabinet folding bed. Squires sofa bed, chamber sets, French mantel mirrors, pictures, Ice chest, stoves, Magee range, clocks, draperies, lace curtains, bureaus. chiffonnieres, dishes, bed clothing, etc: lease expires, must vacate bouse, sale nosltire. For further particulars apply to auctioneer; terms casn. uaiit os HOLBROOK A FOX. Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents. Office, 13 Postoffice sq. Double bouse of about 14 rooms, with shoo and about 5772 sq ft land, on Tenean st, Dor- cnester. near Popes Hill station, O C R R. at auction on TUESDAY. Oct 30, at 3 o'clock p m. on the premises: this property, 5 minutes trom i-ope s nut station and .Nepnnset av electrics, has a frontage on Tenean st of about 84 ft, and is a good estate for Investment or occupation, especially by a buyer who can make use of the shop: $200 to be paid at sale: terms and particulars of auctioneers. 4t o20 P. B. CORBETT. Auctioneer, 321 Broadway. South Boston. Horses, Carriages, Etc 300 STREET CAR HORSES FOR SALE. lo n few weighing 1200 to 1400. been used In carts and wagons, prices $25 to $100: also car harnesses, collars and blankets. 1 an at stables. 7 East Lenox st. between Washington st and Harrison av. Boston. at 08O AT LESS THAN ONE-THIRD VALUE If sold immediately For sale, the fast trotting nnil road mare, Mamie Wilkes, sired by Red Wilkes, dnm Ijidy Wilson, record ll!; Mama Wilkes is 15i.i hands Inch and weighs about 1000 lbs, a natural roadster of 14 miles an hour, fearless of all objects ami inn be har nessed and driven by a lady, wears no boots or weights, very stylish and finely formed, long mane and tail, she is of great courage and endurance, she showed 2 miles when purchased bv her late owner In Z.a.i and z.-'b: 1 will now guarantee her to trot a full mile in 2.25: price $125: No. 2 is the beautiful family mare Bes sie Hunt: she Is a rich colored black, weighs 1050 lbs. ronds 10 miles an hour, safe for a child to drive, and can beat 2.35 in condition. price $85: No. 3 is the best family animal in this state, weighs 1000 lbs, fearless of all ob stacles, verr stylish, and in fact a perfect pet price $75: I will now guarantee the above animals to be perfectly sound, kind In every particular, and allow 30 days' trial to test them in every way. Call at stable. No. 33 Medford st. between Beverly and Charlestowu sts, one street from i itchburg and I nion station. AT $75 cash, Kentucky. Bell, good to breed from, as 1 hold full pedigree, beat Z.au, natural reader. 10 per hour, fast walker, sound, rat. stylish, safe for lady to harness or drive to speed, could not be beat on mile road last winter to steigh. lust as fast today, exact age 9. weight 1000, my object in selling so low is to get a good home, will not sell to a horse dealer, this Is a rare chance from responsible party who will give written contract. 14 Acton st, runs from 1253 Washington. S.ui8t 028 A RARE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS For sale. 40 vounir. sound. Hoekv built work horses, been used by tbe Nat Ex Co, weighing from 900 to 1600 lbs, will harness and drive them single and double to purchasers satisfaction, no reasonable offer refused. Call stable 120 Charlestown st, near union depot. at o30 A RARE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS For sale. 40 young, sound, blocky-bullt work horses, been used by the National express company, weighing from 900 to 1600 lbs. will harness and drive them single and double to purchasers' satisfaction: no reasonable offer refused: cull at stable. 120 Cbariestown st, near I' nion depot. Sud6t o28 A BARGAIN- Bay mare. 6 years old, sound and kind, good driver, been driven In the country by lady, must be sold at once, a ol, Globe office. RARGAI NS $20 to $50 apiece, 7 good sec ond-hand horses. 9O0 to 1100 lbs, good work ers and drivers any spot or place, 2 open bug-elcs. $15 and $20 each 4 sets of harness cheap come and get a bargain. Seen at CALDWELL BROS- stable. 60 Cbardon st; ' BARGAINS worth notice 10 horses and mares, fully adapted to general business pur poses: horse dealers socially Invited, weight 70O to 1300. prices from S20 to $00: must bo sold. 1.88 West 5th st. South Boston. 4f o29 FOR SALE or exchange, large farm horse, 10 years old. 1300 lbs. work single or double anywhere; also pony $25, sound nnd first-class drlTer; 1 Morgan bred mare, stylish and all horse, will sell low. 179 Emerson st. So Boston. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 10 young horses and mares. Just arrived trom .N H. price $25 to $75: these horses are Bll good drivers. Please call, 35 Fayette st. Cambridse-port. Sod5t o28 FOR SALE 2 -horse dump carts, fitted with Archibald wheels: express, laundry, milk, democrat and concord wagons e.nd carriages of all kinds will b- closed ont at cost tbe next 30 days to make room for sleighs, easy terms. J. D. maceweN, Natick. Mass. dSn7t o27 FOR SALE Family and business" horse, $75 cash will buy her aa I have no use for her. J. E. MORRILL. 148 Center at. Dorchester, FOR SALE 100 tons of good feeding hay at $12. C. A. HOWARD. Rutherford st. Charles-town dSuOt o3U MADRID, N T. 10 miles from Canada, ta where H. A. Packard Is located at present buying fine pairs and single horses and shipping to J. D. PACKARD A SONS. 20 Chaf don t. d?ufl? NOTICF. 10 horses and mares, weigh 900 to drivlne horses, prices $30 to $75: also trottins niare.naisy. young, sound, sryusn. nne roausier, perfect pet. very safe and gentle for ladles' use; trots 2.35, will sell her for $65 to party who will give her good treatment. Call nt stable rear 15 Main st, Charlestowu. COL'GII- LAN A CO. 2t o30 RARE OPPORTCNITY to purchase for less than one-third value handsome young trotting road and family animal combined, standard bred, raised by W. J. With ers of Falrlown stock farm, Ky; no pub lic record, will show full mile better than 2.27, roads 12 miles an hour, walk 5, sound. reliable nnd safe for ladies to drive, has no vices, of any description, in fact, is perfect rvet: weinhs' 10OO lbs: allow 30 days" trial and guarantee all of the above statements. P S References exchanged. Call at private stable. No. 4 Allston st. near Somerset st. Beacon Hill. Boston; price $100. 2t o2 THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT of wagous" open and top, one and two horse, new and sc hd. In United States; close carriages, all kinds, hacks, coupes, etc. etc; 1000 vehicles in stock at HENDERSON BROS, No. Cambridge. So. Kit oL'S WAGONS, carriages, ha'ks. hngsles. carts. drays, harnesses, best variety, lowest prices in city, new and second-hand: look us over. Moses wagon Co. East and Federal sts. ThTtf mh8 WANTED Slngle caravan in (rood order. state price and where it can be seen. Address JOHN J. BKASSIL. No. 136 Banks St. Cam bridge. Mass. Sonth Boston, TUESDAY, Oct 30. at 4 p m. COLEMAN. COOK A CO. Aurtiopeers, Real Estate and Insurance Agents, 8 and 10 Maverick sq. East Boston. Oity of Boston In Board of Aldermen, Oct az. 1SH.-I. pon tL.- f..re".,Ini petition it is Auction sale. East Boston, WEDNESDAY. Oct 31. at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold the 2Vstory frame dwelling house No 127 Lexington st. near Brooks st, contains 11 rooms, all in good repair, desirable lot of land, excellently located, first-class neighborhood. $100 to be paid at sale. Further particulars of COLEMAN, COOK A CO. Aucts. Snd4t o2S W. BALLANTYNE. Auctioneer. Office ISO Dudley st; telephone 27, Box. a m, at TUESDAY. Oct 30. at 10 o'clock hereby ordered, that due" notice be irlyen hv ! 236 Dudley St. near Warren st. Roxbnry, house the petitioner to all persons interested that n0,d fnrniture. removed from the suburbs for convenience or sale, comprising parlor, dinintt room, cuamoer a no sitcnen lurniture in oak. this hoard will, on Monday, the 12tb '"av of ovemiier, at 3 o'clock p m. consider the" expediency of granting the prayer of said etl-tion. when any person objecting thereto may appear and be heard: said notice to be given BJ the publication of a copy of said petition with tils order of notice theron three times Jjh ln The Boston Globe and Evening ReeorA the last publication to be ten" dxys at least before said hearing, and by serving a copy ot rthe same upon the owners of the estates ad-mlng the premises of the petitioner. Passed. irL GALVIN. City Clerk. A true copy. gest: J- M. GALVIX. City Clerk. 3t o27 Miscellaneous ash and b. w. , velvet nnd hrussels carpets, rugs, bedding, laces, etc: also one second-band bicycle in good order, terms cash. 2t o29 SPECIAL PHOTO OFFER. If this advertisement is presented or referred ft) at time of sitting we will make one ooxen of our regular $6 cabinet for only $2 50 and present you with one of our $5.00 pon-e-laine photos free. This offer is good onlv until Saturday. Nov 3. Beckford's Studio. 43 Winter st. Boston. 3t 180,000 ROLLS Good aper. 4c. Also all kinds Rocm Moldings retailing 3t lowest whoisesale prices WM MATliiEWS 147 Milk st. SuTTi-.Stf ol ' WANTED Erery dealer in fTcir FiMlaiiii calling on first-class families to sell Piiaii.; every family will buy when shown the goods-Put np in .".-lb pails: pays a good profit; must nave a team: l- re.poiu.ibie or pay cash. Address with references H. A. JOHNSON A- i'-i. 222 state st. Boston. ShTWF o2S jnXDLlNG WOOD-6 harrels waite-wood iron i3 Jo o indies long, delivered. $1: 14 bushels tard wood from bobbins, sawed and split. f'.'1". $1-25: order by mail or teiepuone 132-3. C. W. ORK. A CO. 12o Border st, E. B 8nd7t b2s eJr?RSALE-P,tent Xo- 5"-350. skate"ibarp .ns device new patent, sell outright or roy- j "-nuni j or me pocsei. use anv where Address F. W TAYLOR. Webster. MasI t 2t o30 fJfciL'fEKEEI',EKS-ETerythicg ,n uriine: i - ji.asi-.-3s, viuies, covers, etc at jonr own price, or exchange for clothini or sell all complete. Dexter House. Lenox st SSB1J o, first door from Tremont St. 9 to 12 5LrJ2JLnd eto 8 j. m Hail avSB,",R c K GATCHELL. tailor 1 CKy S, l!,t fioor- rm C, rear; cleansing, dve-rV. Drf!tK. altering, repairing, promptly. BHS done: goods called for. delivered: sat- GIDEON BECK A SON. Auctioneers and Appraisers. 41-43 Eliot at established 1S42. On WEDNESDAY. Oct 31. at 10 o'clock, at salesroom, parlor, chamber, library and dining room furniture, cabinet and sofa beds, wardrobe, mattresses, mirrors, bookcases, pictures, clocks, carpets, stoves, ranges, etc; also one elegant parlor suite In brocatelle and silk, and one in plush. 3t o29 SWAN A ATWOOD. Auctioneers, 27 School st. Fnbllc anctlon. drug store, Oct 81, 1894, on premises, 243 Tremont st, at 10 a m, consisting of stock and fixtures. Including tile soda fountain, cost $2200. also hot soda fountain, all lately owned by Dr Geo. W. Sweet; terms cash 2t o30 Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc TV n - .1 ' iroofed L h'V MF? Mackintosh doth W?' l?7 ,'r,ce8 and food work Apply to M?t, M Co- Houghton, Mass. or 203 5iLBrocitoa. Mass dSu6t o30 BSES WOLFE AND MASON. ateiographT re and typewriters. 2'-, pemlierton sq IHcta-Jiun to mac hine, mimeograph duplicating, copy-fc e. work .-ailed for and delivered. rinTois WALL i'ArF.RS-E: J. HICKET & COrjotK Eta ir;allers; t?8wii at the iwt mtti K ,Mad-v f,,r imn''"'" delivery. 33 and ( orablll. SSuT&eodtf o27 ''A?.r,s- lowest prices on earth for aiLuVJ-:EKS.89 Court st. rm g.Sudit'. Copartnership Notices tJ'GJ,l ''"V copartnership aereto- the p Stlng, i,etwe' ns under the style of ri. TT,"re l"h Stables at N. 22. 24 and 26 vnardon st, Boston, is this dav dissolved by Jfn, '..cTs"nt- Joon H Frawley will con-2ft- he,'"lslD,ess an'1 K'"J to see the Srmv t.ela.tf'.nrra- HENRY S. HARRIS. JOHN H. FRAWLEY. Boston, Uetol 1st! 3t o27 SOLID GOLD EYE GLASSES WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31. We have made arrangements with 3 of the finest eye specialists in this vicinity to be at our Optical Parlors on the above dste and make fine eye examination. They will also sell you Solid Gold Eye Glasses for $1.87 and give you a Gold Eye Glass Chain Free. Remember this chance to Improve your eyesight. Open evenings until 9 o'clock. Keene Optical Co. 1301 Washington st- ARE TOO AWAKE that we pay the highest cash price for old gold, sliver, platinum, broken and worn out Jewelry, etc? orders by mail or express promptly attended to. HOOD A REYNOLDS, 178 Tremont st, 1 flight, take elevator. dSu30t olO OLD GOLD AND SILVER I pay the highest cash prices for all kinds of old gold, silver and platinum. WALTER I. RAND. 175B Tre-mont at. dSutf my5 MAI NSPRINCS Warranted. FRANK, Jewelry Store, &9 Washington St. .Sudtf 14 WANTED To buy a nice turnout. Address E 93. Globe office. Su.l3t o28 WANTED A grocery wagon, nearly new. state where to be seen. M 74. Globe office. $25 T $75 -- i easy terms. 70 horses and mares, used at beach, suit any businns: also 4 carryalls, 2 goddards, 3 top buggies, 2 exp wagons, 10 sets harness; one trotter, Iiis--U Joe. 2.30 gait: Shetland pony, no reason:1 ble offers refused: money refunded If not satisfac tory after 30 days trial, roremsn Suffolk Stable. 632 Sbawmtit aT. Sud3t o28 " $65 GRAY HORSEreTears old, 1100 lbs" sound and all tight trial given to responsible party: $50. bay mare, light express wagon and harness. Stable. 159 Pynchon St. Box. 3to29 (100 FOR SALE 1 horse, harness and fnrniture wngon. No. 11 Wendell st. So Boston, off Preble st, or 1201 Tremont st. Roxbnry. S YOi'NG. SOI ND HORSES. S00 to 12H0 Ibs! will sell cheap or let one for keep; 2 goddard buggies, 2 beach wagons, 3 business wagons, 10 sets of harness cheap. 1207 Tremont st. 2t o80 2-HORSE DI'MP CARTS, wholesale butcher wagons, express wagous. 120 Charlestown st. Sinlit o2S ' l mmm BY CAYANAUGH BROS. New England Sale Stables, 103 & 105 Beverly St. and 205 Causeway St., Near Fitchburg Depot, Boston, Mass. 26th GRAND SPECIAL SALE KENTUCKY BRED Trotters, Pacers, Matched Pairs, Gentle- men's Drivers, Coac'iers and Fine Family Horses, On WEDNESDAY, October 31, at 10 A. M. CAVAX.llGIl BROS, Continued . road horse and Xo Postponement on account of weather. Don 't forget the date. Horses Will not be sold according to numbe.'S on catalog. Be sure and read the catalog through. CATALOG. The following 21 horses are right from Kentucky nnd are consigned by R. V. Robhs. Mr Robhs says he can show more speed and Individuality With these horses than any load he has ever shipped and tbey are all guatanteed sound, unless otherwise proclaimed by tlic auctioneer; they will be ready fur inspection Monday and Tuesday; come and ride behind then, we shall cotumeuce selling these horses at 10 o'clock sharp. No. I. GRACE WILKES, bay mare, 1.Y3 hands high, foaled lbSlt; bred by B. ti. l'osler, Oneida, N Y; sired by Repetition, I53'.i (record 2.201? pacing. 2.104 at 4 years of nc); 1st dam, Gra-e Ford, by Ford's liambletoniau; 2d dam further pedigree being lOTeatlgated. Note Grace Wilkes Is one of Repetition's first foals; she is u mare of good size, stiMii;; and compactly made; excellent legs and feat, and the rery best disunion, notl.lrg worries her: she is a strong feeder under all conditions, and with training will make a great campaigner; she has had but little training, yet in the short time she has been iu a trainer's hauls she has shown such qtmlity that it can be put duwu as a certainty that sue will take a mark better than 2 10 In 1835; she Is a grand road mare, Is not ufraid of electric or steam cars, or ln fact anything else; she has been driven in the city. ind is perfectly safe under nny and all conditions: there are very few ruareo that can be as highly recommended as Grace Wilkes: her strong and rugged constitution, even temper, fine disposition, smooth calt. and habit of sticking to her gait, commends ner to tie attention of those desiring a race u.are, and mare her e.jually reliable for road IlUinoSes: she went mlln over t lnrTr,n Tri.'lr on Oct 6 in 2.13H. .o. . vai ban. lo.ioi. srav Keiaing, roaied June 18, 1890, bred and raised by A. J. Alexander, Spring Station. Kentucky, who can be referred to bv Fallls, record, 2.23, sire of Fallacy, 2.17, Falrose 2.1!. and others In the list by Electioneer, the sire of Sunol 3.084, Eipresslve 2.12S, Advertiser 2.14, Trueman 2.1V,. and 140 others In the list: first dam, Vanltas, sister to I'betwood. 2.2SH. by Chichester 2.2o4. sire of Chetwood, 2.2Sti; sec ond uain, ainty hair, dam of Convoy, 2.22 daru of Conwny. 8.18, dam of CbatwWM, 2.28, dam of Bellwood, 2.34, sire of W. snfe for a lady to drive race horse. No. 13. ARTHl'R T, chestnut gelding, foaled Mammoth Horse snd Carriage Bazaar, 160 .fe 168 in 1888, stands 10 hands, weighs 1100; sired Portland ft. Boston. Regular auction sale of by strathmore, sire of Santa Clatis, sire of the horses, carrir.ges etc, every Wednesday and Sattir-great Sidney; 1st dam by Kentucky Clay 1!4: day at 10.30 o'clock, a m. 2d dam by Mark Downing, son of Mambrlno . Chief 11; no more heanrfrnl nr better miterl i animal ever passed under the auctioneer's hammer than Arthur T: he is handsome as a picture, a model in conformation, and his style ennnot be excelled: he is perfectly sound and kind, and from the amount of speed he ran show, warrnnts me ln saying he is a trotter, both by inheritan.o and gait: his ability on the road has lew equals; a smooth, easy, prompt driver, safe under all circumstances, and one of the kind that is hard to find. No. 14. GUdalB LB0NABD, 3 years old, record 2.20V4, standard rule 7 and registered, bred by John W. Mussulman, Cynthiana, Kv; bay mare, foaled 1S90, sired by George Simmons S0'.I4. by Simmons 2744, record 2.28, the sire of Lady Thompson 2.10Vj, New York Central 2.1314, Slmmocolon 2.13, Gosslper 2.14. oiiuuK-ua a.ii'4, i orauoi ir una C. T, Walker & Sons' Thirtp.p.ntli Annual 1 mi iu until iiuuuui CLOSING AUCTION EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF 200 Horses, Carriages, &c. livery stock On Wednesday, Oct 31st, at 10.30 O'clock A M. DESCRIPTIONS. has No. 1. Description at sale. No. 2. Description at sale. No. 3. Bay horse, kind in all harness; been used at the tieach. No. 4. Description at sale. No. a. Bay pacing horse, 10 years old, can this , h. L. i. a V T r "V 1 speed a 2.20 gait, kind ln all harness. rrlt "JSlij'i 6 SSS .,y e Nos. 6andT Matched black horses, 6 and 7 E2. lvrWrfI?2eISt-.,P,sHFJ5 weJgh 2S00 lbs, warranted sound Magic 14.il, sire of Clemmle G 2-irVj, Leno ,. wtndT in All lmrno- pood drivers and 2.23. Mvsterv 2.2rv. p.ttov B.9! n,isi .I1"0 ,n a11 harness, good drivers ana Leonard showed a full mile in 2.26, last nuar ter In 30 seconds, over Abdallah track at Cynthiana. Ky, 4 days before she was loaded to come to Boston; she will surely beat 2.20 with n very little handling; she is an ideal road mare, standing 15.1, aud Is a beauty. No. 15. THE 6ENERAL, grav gelding, foaled 1880. 15V4 bands high, sired bv General Wilkes 2.21; (son of George Wilkes): first dnm by Shelbr Chief 923. sire Rolla 2.24. Cnscarllla 2.2ft, etc; second dam bv John I Milord, sire of tbe dnms of Phil Thompson 2.16V4. Repetition 2.10VI, etc: The General has never been handled for speed, but can show a 2.35 gait; he has been used and driven as a fumily horse; perfectly gentle about all kinds of cars, etc; but wo believe if he Is handled and given a chance he will he as fast as any of the get of his sire. Gen Wilkes, one of the best sons of George Wilkes; he Is also one of the easi"st walking horses under the saddle ever ln Kentucky workers. Nor. 8 to 31. Are a very choice lot of horses, consigned for alisolute sale bv John Kenney of New York state; he has selected them with great care, and he will be pleased to show them to any one in want of something choice, stock now on exhibition, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. No. 8. Dnrk gray mare MINNIE, a very handsome dark gray mare, 5 years old. 15.3 hands high, weighs 1040 lbs: can show 3 minutes or better: is thoroughly broken for a lady to drive; warranted sound and kind in all harness. No. 9. Roan colored mare GRACE, a beautiful strawberry roan mare, only C years old last spring, weighs 1000 lbs, warranted sound and kind In all harness; can easily put 10 miles an hour behind her. No. 10. Very Talu.thle bay gelding HORACE, a very neat looking horse, standard bred. 6 years old. 15.2 hpnds high, sired by Bulletin, he by Onward, and be by Geo Wilkes; iirst V 1ft wr n't. nr it;tv i -. o i . i.; ,o--.rt ,1,1 ' 1 V. ',., nam l.aura Aiir.ont. hv Almont Raven, by Al- Ibs handsome jet black saddle and harness mont 33: Horace can show a mile now in 2.30. gelding, sired by Blue Jean, one of the best and with handling ought to beat 2.20: he h tned saddle horses in Kentucky: here Is a ven- ,. i.rK .. . ..., -AT W. H. H. DAVIS' STABLE, Parsons St., Gloucester, Mass., Thursday, Nov. 1, 1894, AT lO O'CLOCK A. M. Will positively sell to the highest bidder with-mt reserve or limit forty-three first-class livery, family, driving, business and road horses, weighing from 750 to 1350 lbs, in matched pairs, single driving and work horses, suitable for any place you.niay put them. Among them are , . . One , gray pair, weight ' 2500 lbs: close matched, sure pullers, fast walkers, work together like one horse, and will road nine miles an hour easy. One pair bay horses, weight 2400 lbs, up-hoadedr good drivers and sure pullers, and can road nine or ten miles an hour. One pair black horses, weight 2000 lbs, very stylish, upheaded, nice knee action, and handsome as pictures, are well bred and a very nice team; not afraid of anything. One pair black horses, weight 2100 lbs, good style, good shape, good drivers, work single or double, good lean team. Black mare. 6 years old, handsome as a picture, weight 1000 His, safe for a lady to drive. Black horse Dandy, verv stvlisii. welz'ut 950 lbs, 6 years old, not afraid of anything, is a MOSES COLMAN & SON, Auctioneers, National Horse and Carriage Mart. Portland and Friend sts. Boston. Established 1866. Regular sales of Horses. Carriages, Harnesses, etc, Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout the year. Commencing at 11 O'Clock A. M. 15 to 100, Comprising Family Horses, Business Horses, Saddle Horsest Team Horses, Pony Horses, Shetland Ponies. 54 of which can now be seen and examined a the stables connected with the Mart. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31, 1894. Pair bay mares, weighing about 2000 lbs, been used in single and double harness ln Boston and vicinity tbe past year, broken fol double and single harness and are fearless ol steam or electric cars: this team is worthy at tentlon of those wishing one for family use at probably a very moderate price; owner referred to and team seen at mart. English cob, bright bay, 15.2. fashionable tail end mane, weighs about 1050 lbs, sound as a rock and kind In all harness, stable or saddle. Is 7 years old. handsome. Intelligent, free from all tricks, fearless and prompt roadster and one of the very best In pattern and disposition. Also a whitechapel 2-wheeI cart, built by Henry Hooker & Co of New Haven; harness to match; ladies' and gents' rid'ng saddles, blankets, jTobes, etc. Ladi.-s' M-.tm, comprising roan mare, 6 yeara old. warranted sound and kind and safe, been used the' "past summer by women and children, is an extra line saddler and harness mare combined, weighs 900 lbs, owner referred to and mare seen at mart; also phaeton, been used last season, light harness, ladies' and chlldren a riding saddles, etc. Donkey team, comprising a well-matched and well-behaved pair of donkeys, broken to drive single or double or ride under saddle. children have used these animals ln the country and at seashore the past two years, and they horse that has few equals as a saddle horse. going nil Hie gnits by motion of the hand: he Is safe for a lady to ride, and drives kind to harness; anybody wanting a nice combined horse will do well to look this fellow over. No. 17. IDOL, hay gelding. W hands high. toaiea ln 18MI, sired by idol; tlrst dam bv 0o it nnd n MotchoH i.rn-r. ji. rtu Harrison Chief, second dam by 'Tom Hal; this and HAKBt! ' .y'MTS sound and kind in all harness. No. 11. Chestnut cob DUKE, 6 years old. 15. 2W hands high, weighs 1050 lbs, warranted sound and kind in all harness, has very nice kt.ee actlm. and will suit any gentleman In want oi a gooo one. gentleman's driver or road horse, has never j ean be recommended for safety. They are of been let. medium size, brown and tan colors, arid 6 and Chestnut mare Daisy, weight 950 lbs, 7 years 7 years old; also 2-seated donkey wagon, double om. nuuusouie, very iiii swill oriver, win roau i w buu ul.hi.v uew niitKie aamess, wilh Is a fast racking horse, also a good driver trots to harness: he can show better 2.50 ln the rack, aud if balanced will make a fast family use warranted sound and kind In slucle and donbli harness, eitra nice drivers, and are broken for horse at either a pace or trot: he is bred right to make a race horse: his sire has a lot of good horses, also the sire of bis dam sired the dams of Will Kerr 2.07H. JUL 2.08. etc. No. 18. FANNIE R. trial 2.37H. bay mare, foaled 18.8P.. sired bv Abdallah Mambrlno, 3715, the sire of Mattle II 2.1H4, Retty Jones 2.10', Geneva 8 2.11H4 and 11 others ln the list; dam bv Geutrv's Gambetta. 1172, rhe sire of Iiiea 2. 1H. I'sefnl 2.22' 4, Volmer 2.24 and several others ln tbe list: Fannie R stands ;. 2'... weighs 1040 lbs. safe for a lady, can road 12 miles an hour; I held my watch on her a full tOrtMt ownr $7(10 Ul II, iu a. Nos. 19 anl 20. A rery close-matched pair of cream-colored horses, with white tails and manes, 7 and S years old, stand 16 hands high, nnd welph 230 ins; fine actors, both broke sln-irle and double, and are both very fine saddle horses; they will mrfke some one a nice team for a flne coach or advertising wagon; they want To be seen to be appreciated. No. 21. FRANK it. hav trotting colt, !5 years old, stnnds 15.2lj. weighs 1050 lbs; sired by ,U ' ' Aberdeen. 27, the sire of (Kentucky Cnlonl 3 SSmf TU years 2.13-i. Alabastor 2.15. Ahble V 2.16;. harness Nos. 14 and 15. Dark crav blocks. TOM nml FRED, 6 years old, extra good lookers, weigh 2400 lbs, warranted sound and kind in all harness. No. 16. Roan mare BELLE, ! years old, an extra driver of 10 miles :in hour,' welslis 1100 lbs, warranted sound and kind in all harness. Nos. 17 and IS. Tandem team, MONARCH and PRINCE, brown cobs, with docked tails, B and 6 years old, 15.1 and 15.2 hands high, very pretty, warranted sound nnd kind in all bad ness; a dandy team for a dog cart and cost the Ilattle Wooiward 2.151.. Godella 2.191?. and about 15 others in 2.SO list: extended pedigree given on day of sale: this gelding was driven a fnU mile as a yearling by Critt Davis In 2.41: l - v. I. .111 .. V. . -Ka .. . T an 2 241-4. dam of HaroMeoa, 2 .i4 sire of nt , im from toW mo he thought, if hnn-Merlinr. ;.144; by Alexander s Abdanaa. Btra I jvlZm ,., . . , ,, . . B . of Goldsmith Maid, record 2.14; Chichester, by stont an1 compact made horse, with the best Harold, dam Rosebush, sisf r of Prln.-e; ;h- of r, ail(1 of tne wear and tear kind dam of favonla. 2.1.,. Is by Alexanders Ab- j th. w, lasl man a nfetir.le; the smallest dallah, out of a thoroughbred mare. Note - i K1i j ,i-,r k, n.u without MtcMno-- Proposals 50c. Dogs, Pups, Etc FOR 8 ALE Female brindle and white bull terrier, 3 months old. Address P., care carrier 27. 2t oSO FOR SALE Trick greyhound; first offer takes him. T 99. Globe office. 2t o30 GUINEA PIGS, a handsome lot, all colors, $1 pair while they last. Eliot St Bird .Store. SnTTh o28 HANDSOME Boston terrier pups. 7 Adams pi. West end. THOROUGHBRED ANGORA KITTENS. $3 each. It. H. RAN LETT, Rockland. Me. dSn4t o27 Typewriters, Etc TYPEWRITERS of all makes for sale and to rent, repairing promptly done and guaranteed. Thorp dc Martin Co, 12 Milk st. SuTTh 028 PROPOSALS FOR RUBBER PONCHOS Phila. Depot. Q M. Dept.. No. 1428 Arch street. Philadelphia. Pa.. October 23, 1894 Sealed proposals, ln triplicate, wlii be received at this office until 11 o'clock A. M., Monday. November 12, 1S94. for furnishing the U. S. Quartermaster's Department, ln this city, with 2000 rubber ponchos, conforming to standard samples and specifications, at the Schuylkill Arsenal, this city. Bidders are also requested to submit proposals, with samples of ponchos, of lighter weight than the present standard. Rids for delivery at other points will be entertained. Government reserves tbe right to reject any or a'l proposals. Preference given to articles of domestic production or manufacture, conditions of quality and price (Including in the price of foreign productions or manufactures tbe duty thereon) being eoual. Proposals to be accompanied with th required guarantee ln 10 percentnm of the value of tat goods proposed for. Blanks for proposals and Information will tie furnished by this office on application. Envelopes containing proposals to be Indorsed "Proposals for Ponchos," and ad dressed to A. F. ROCKWELL, Quartermaster. U. S. Army, charge of Depot. o27 29 30 1 n8 9 CITY OF BOSTON, City Hall. Oct 24, 1894 Sealed proposals will be received nt theoffl. e of the City Clerk until 12 o'clock noon. Thursday, Nov 1. 1S94, at which time they will be publicly opened and read, for furnishing a suitable lot of land, to be located within the limits of the City of Boston, said land to be used for the purpose of erecting th'-reon a "Franklin Trades School," and to contain not less than three nor more than ten acr:-s. Such proposals must state the location, area and price of lot, with a sketch or plan of the same, and be addressed to the undersigned, anil indorsed "Proposals for land for Franklin Trades School Buildines." The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids. ALPHEI S SANFORD, Chairman Trustees Franklin FtineL FT o2tt SEALED PROPOSALS for buHd!niTagra nf-uiar schoolhouse on Richmond st. Houghton district. Dorchester, for the city of Boston, made ln the form to be obtained at the otli.-e of the lty architect, t'ity Mall. Boston. Mass. will !e received from masons or earpenters as contractors, nt said office, until 12 o'clock noon, Nov 12. 1M4. and nt that time and place will be publicly opened and read. Each bid must be accompanied by a sum of one thousand ($10001 dollars. Plans may be seen and siieclficatlons and form of proposal and contract obtained at said office. Said architect reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, or to accept the proposal he deems best for the city. EDMUND M. WHEELWRIGHT. City Architect. This Is a handsome fast gelding; has trotted the woodbtirn track in 2.2t.: and after 1 bought him 1 took him to Islington track and drove. him a full mile In 2.25M,. and Gil Curry and Several other trainers said he was the best green horse tbev had seen In veiLrs, and ought to go ln 2.15 next season; a fine road horse and thoroughly broke. No. 3. ALVA MARK, bay mare by Blsmnrk. first dnm by Indlnnnpolls, second dam by Mam brlno, third dam Alexander's Abdallah. drove her a mile ln 2.23' over a oor half mile track, also drove her a full mile over AIhIsI- lah park In 2.23, have driven her a half ln 1.09-a over half mile track, believe this mare ln good condition can go a rr.lie in 2.18; she Is a nice i:lca.sant mare on the road, not afraid of steam cars, and if used on the road this winter lelleve will go In 2.1.; any one buying this mare, wanting any reference, can refer to me. her owner and driver. F. W. Camden. Cynthiana. K. No. 4. KITTY C. bav mare, foaled ln 18S0. trial 2.2Ua. sired by Margin 20 :3, son of Almont 33. sire of Pledmant 2.17'4. Westmont 2.13;. 35 others from 2..'!0 to 2.10'i, and dams of 63, including Alabaster 2.15. Wlnslow Wilkes 2.094, etc; tin-t dam Anile C by Wood ford s I Abdallah ..ii. sire or Kenllwortn 2 1SU, son of Woodford's Mambrlno 345, rec ord 2.2m. dam by Alexander s Abdallah 15. second dam by impoited Australian: Kitty C s a grand individual, ci1 galtcd and very fast. has been handled a part of two seasons and went a mile within a month ln 2.23V., can show a 2.15 gait, would almost warrnnt bcr if handled to go ln 2.12 or In-tter; here Is a chance of a lifetime to buy a green race horse that can beat 2.20. without any mark, fit to go anywhere the money is, and will get It: this will be one of the sensatlon.als in 95 If given a chance: drives with or without blinds, nnd safe for a lady : If yon want a good pacer keep your eye on this one. No. B. VASE WATER, sister to Ed Rose-water 2.164. brown mare, 15i hands high, foaled Sept !. 1891, bred and raised by J, It. Bascoffl A.- Son. Bharpabtrrc, FCjt; sired by Vaaco 10,906; (see No. 9 this i atalic:) first dam Mary B. dam of Ed Rose aater 2.1SK, by Vlnco. son of Vlndex: second dam Lady, ,1am of Ken,, 2.23U, grandma of Ed ROM "rater 2.164. by Maury's Taylor, son of Nl-k Taylor, by Gen Taylor: Vlnco. sire of the dam of Ed R,si-water 2.16. etc, by Vindex; dam by Darna-by's Bay Messenger; so -ond dam by Victor, son of Downlng s Hay Messenger. Xore Vaaewater, like her full brother. F.I. Rosewater 2.16, is very fast; she can trot a mile In 2..'io: on account of ace was not worked until this summer: she is an exceeding-lv handsome mare, good at every point, and is endowed with a wonderful amount or seco:; Mary B. her dam. has a capital race horse in broke single and double: tney u her first foal. Ed. Rosewater 2 16 and Vase, j uj.neaded. nice manes and tails, water it is believed, will make Iter eliglbl- one horse together; this will m to the great list: Vasewater Is certainly brad ln producing strains. No. 6. Very fast chestnut pacing gelding. 5 years old. stands IS.21. weighs 1030 lbs: handsome as a picture, sound and kind in every particular, and can lent 2.20; name and pedigree will be given nt sale. No 7 FRANCES MITCHELL, bay mare by Twlllzht. first dnm by Biamark, second dam good horse to buy The following 9 horses are consigned from tho Ashlawn farm, Br, Mass, and are all thoroughly broken except the 2 yearlings and they are broken to harness, and are all sound, straight goods: No. 22. ELM DALE MAID, standard and registered, bay mare, fouled rn iS'.H; sired by AJaloti, 7uu2, by Alcyone; dam, Lynette, by Allie clay. 2981: this Is a young mare of hand-ona conformation, splendid action, a natural roader bih; speedy; look at her breeding. No. 23. WILD WOO D, black gelding, foaled in lS'.'l : sired by Jedwood, 6on of Dictator; dam. Maine Girl, by Hambletonian Knox; he Is a very handsome, proud-stepping colt, of beautiful " conformation, and with Elmdale Maid uiuke a very fine team for a buggy. No. 21. AT DOR bay gelding foaled In 1892; sired bv Candor 131-80 son of Wlllmout B885; dam. Vera Wilkes, by Mambrlno Wilkes, 38SJ; here Is the handsomest 2-year-old gelding in Ni w Enj-laiid ; be can show better than a 3-m I irate Kalt, and lias been driven ever since he was 7 months old; a tine roadcr and at raid of nothing. No. 25. LADY VAN, nay mare, foaled ln I8M9; sired by Leicester. 2.171.i, son of Deucalion, 2 22: dam Totisv, by Abraham; 2d dam, fupa. by Vermont Black Hawk; this mare it a RM roadcr and verv speedv, she is due to foal Feb 3, 95, to Candor, 13080. No. 26. LEO CHERRY, bay gelding, foaled In 1892; sired by Stewart Eddy, 15.347, by Jerome Eddy, 2.16: dam Lulu Herr, by Atwood 'hief, 2o:;o; this is a fine colt and as good as he la handsome. No. 27. DR EDDY, bay colt, foaled ln 1893; sired by Steward Eddy, 15,947, by Jerome Eddy, 2.1(i; dam Fannette, by Con, 1339, he by Corsair, 7558: here is a coit of good breed-lug that will pruve a pleasure to some one to raise and handle. No. 28. BLACK SEAL, black gelding, foaled in 18b;t; sired bv Candor. 13,080, by Wl'.kmont, rsS5 dam Sealskin, by Riverside, 4632, he by Mambrlno Wilkes, 3sbd: 2d dam Lady Doug-la, bv I'.en Franklin. 753; he is a nice galted gelding' and very promising. , , . No 29 MISS HEN V IN, bay filly, foaled ln is. -2 sired bv Bralntree Wilkes. 3932. son of Bad Wilkes; dam I-ady Henon, by Messenger Duroc. li0; she Is a large line-galtcd tiily and should learn to go fast. No. 30. BLACK BBSS, Mack mare, foaled In 1888' sired by Administrator; dam a Morgan mai'u of great beauty and endurance: Black Bess is broken single and double, and is afraid Itenni ?2. FRAN'v and FRED, matched pair of I iay coach horses, 6 and 7 years old, i...rt :i weirh 220O lbs. sound and kind, i a... rfh -in,i rionhie- thev have fine action. , 1111 11 111 1,1 1 1 HIT ake some one a A,,., t. iio.lv or ciiicli team No 33 Coal black trotting n are, 8 years old, weistdn- 112:. lbs. sound, kind and clever, sired t.v Tliorndale Chief 3502, the sire of Tborn- K-lla 2.27'4. Thorndale F 2.30. and others ln the h-t dam Lady Lyons, by General Lyons 493, the sire of Richmond 2.26, and others in the list- this mare can easily road 12 miles ln one Imii and docs not pun. ieariess. uim u uv No. 19. Kentucky bred bay gelding. ARTIST. a very breedy bay gelding, 6 years old, 15.3 bands high, broken to saddle and harness, warranted sound and kind. No. 29. Black cob, BOB. a great knee actor, 6 years old, very handsom; and stylish, family broken for family ose, wirrarted sound nnd kind ln all harness, ant' Is a Ix-autlful cob, a grat rcftdfter. No. 21. Bay coach horse RICHARD, 8 vears cry fine looker, 15.3 hands high, weighs 00 lbs. warranted sound and kind In all No. 22 and 23 Matched brown mares, BLANC E and LOUISE, I vears old. 16 hands high, weigh 1100 lbs each, warranted sound and kind ln all harness. No. 24. Well-broken bay cob, DIXEY. B years old. has docked tail, warranted sound and kind ln all harness, an extra fine saddler and is a good driver in harness of 10 miles an hour. Nos. 25 and 2(3. Black coach ter.m. JIM and TOM. suitable for a hack or hearse team, weigh close tc 1200 lbs each, warranted sound and kind In all 'ltirness, only 6 years old. stand 16 hands high and are thoroughly broken to single and double harness. No. 27. Bay fa nily horse, DICK, a very clean tiny gelding, 6 years old. 15.3 hands high, safe for any one to drive, fearless of all objects, a flne looker nnd Is quite stylish, warranted sound and kind ln all hai-nes-s. No. 28. Black horse BOB, 5 years old, has extra style and action, warranted sound and kind in all harr.css. No. 29. Gray coupe horse. 5 years old, Tery handsome, weighs over 1200 lbs, warranted sound and kind In all harness. No. 30. Gray coupe mare, 6 years old, weighs 1200 lbs, warranted sound and kind ln all harness. No. 81 to 53. 21 head of horses, consigned ftoin New York state by Charles Byer: he will arrive Tuesday noon: they are all chunky built, and he Invites all intending purchasers to come and ride behind them, Tuesday p m; trial given until Thursday p m, Nov 1. Nos. 53 and 54. Black hearse or black team, a very pretty pair of black geldings, 6 and 7 years old, weighs 2100 lbs. warranted sound and kind, in single or double harness, extra drivers and are fearless of all objects. Horses Also 150 other horses of all descriptions: catalog ready Tuesday p m. Sud3t o28 12 miles an hour, and can trot a mile ln 2.28; safe for a lady to drive or handle. Black horse, will road 12 miles an hour, weight 1000 lbs, 7 years old. and Is a good one. 40 second-hand carriages of all kinds, extension ad standing top carryalls, canopy top carryalls, phaeton, corning, box top buggies, curtain and e-lose top goddard buggies, open road wagon, democrat wagons, express wagons, corning and box open buggies, 1 berlin back, 2 berlln landaus. 2 clarence hacks, 2 wagonettes, carry 12 passengers, 1 barge, carries 12 passengers, any kind or style of carriage you may want; 2 three-seated park cutunders, carry six and nine passengers. Ten new carriages that will be sold for the meist money they will bring. One glen wood trap for two or four persons; one close top goeldard buggy, one phaeton buggy, one corning top buggy, one Newport buggy, three open buggies, one democrat wagon, one express wagon, one Meadow brook cart. Forty sets single and double harness of all kinds, nearly all new this season and some bnt little used:every harness ln the stable will be sold regardless of cost or value, with abont 15 sets new harness that were bought last spring ln a large lot and will be sold for what you will pay for them. Ten second-hand single and double sleighs, 5 new sleighs, 25 fur robes, lot woolen robes, plush robes, stable and street blankets, whips, halters, etc. Will sell or lease the stable with any part of tbe stock you may want, and as good a ran of trade as any stable in tbe county. Saie pos'tive, rain or shine; am bound to sell. Terms, all under $200, cash; over $200, satisfactorily indorsed notes. W. H. H. DAVIS, Prop: HENRY S. HARRIS & CO of Boston, Auctioneers. SuTW o28 INTERNATIONAL Horse Exchange, HENRY S. HARRIS A CO, Proprietors, 11 TO 1ST FRIEXB ITBEET, m to as ti EDGAR SNOW, (Successor to Chas. H. and IMgar Snow) COMBINATION HALK STABLE, 241 AND 8 4 5. FRIEND ST.. NEAR BAITERy, lo ivi BOSTON .b Maine and fiTCHBrue raft. IEK6EB DEPOTS. BOSTON. Mambrlno Downing, third dam Indian CMet S WW iS rSiS in .-o itc'.i wdmiii m r . un.i hnq taken several premiums: see her sola Detective Agencies ALWAYS successful and reliable. Old .Mass. Secret Service Agency, 47 Court st. Sudlt o28 PRIVATE WORK of any nature faithfully and reasonably executed by onnuetent onera-tlves. T. 11. HICHAM, 47 Court st. room 15. d.Sufit o27 .lint BUI. ii-year-oiu, .oo isire , 2.28V,), by Whipple BMT (sire 2.27',. Retta 2.2.-V and the dam field 2.11'i. etci: Whipple M57 Is PARTIKS wanting services of a lady for locating parties and procuring evldeuc- address Mrs MERRILL, 76 Magazine st, Cambrldgeport. Tl'Sul3t o23 Showcases, Desks, Etc EVERYTHING ln showcases, new and second-band, we offer the best bargains ln New England, roll-top desks, baigalns. Judklns Showcase Co, t7 Haverhill st. SudTt U28 SHOWCASES and counters, best work, lowest prices ln Boston. 55Vfr Sudbury st. 2t o30 WANTED Second-hand counters suitable for a dry and fancy goods. J 42, Globe ofn e. dSut o26 Machinery and Tools FINE AUTOMATIC ENGINES, all sizes. In vertical ant? horizontal, both portable and stationary, several good bargains in second-hand, also wood-working machinery, shafting, bangers, pulleys and belting: lowest prices ln New England. 45 Charlestown st, HOLT. SHAT-TLCK & CO. ThST o25 fourth dnm Th..rouKhbred : this marc is kind everywhere, afraid of nothing on the road or steam cars, lias hail alioiit six months' work, and went a mile over Abdallah park In 2.31: I owned her full sister Beery .lane, went a mile In 2.1!Vi at 3 years old. think this Is one fit the best marcs' ever left this state; any no buying this mare wanting references, Inquire of F. W. Camden, t'ynthlana. Ky. No. 8. FRANK W. chestnut geldlns. foaled in 1880, slr. d bv King Clay 504. sire of Miss Llda 2. 10A4. i lavmore. etc. by Hnrry Clay, dam Modesty 2.20"j,'by Tom Wonder; first dam by William Welch 3.41. second dam by Norman 25. third dam by Smith's Messenger: Frank W Is a nbe chestnut gelding. 15 2'-. sound and all right, a perfect tye of form and beauty; his make-up and finish cannot lie surpassed, his action is perfect; he goes with weights or boots, can trot a full mile N-ttor than 2.40, has shown quarters in 38 seconds, and one of the finest horses for what he can do that I ever shipped; he will show for himself at the day of sale: do not let this one go unnoticed; he Is a Jewel. No. . VANGUARD, gray gelding. ISM hands high, foaled May 1. 1802. bred by J. R. Bas-com & Son. Sburpslnin.-. Ky: sired by Vasi-o lo.'liMl, the sire of Vitsto 2.101:, Ed Rosewater 2.16. Bill Llmlsav 2.17'-. Val 2.18. VaUtM jS) 2.19, and several others In the list; by Hnrold 413. tbe sire of Maud S 2.08J4. Al-turus (41 2.121":!. Slumber 2.18. Hermit 2.I0V4 and 40 others In the list: 1st dam by Jim Hill, 3-year-old, 2.33 (sire of Stonewall ot tiiaucus m of Chester- s by Hamble tonian 725. and he by u son of Hambletonian 10: note Vanguard Is a good, stylish geldinc, with great speed: he can pace a mile ln 2.33 and can show better than a 2.25 gnlt: be is high bred, pure galted. and in a good trainers hands ought to make a phenomenal 3-year old: he Is well broke, safe for any one to drive; Vanguard and Vampire, his half brother next In this out. would make an excellent tenm together. ... . , No 10. VAMI'IRE. gray gelding. liVi hands hlch. foaled Mnv in. ls!'2. bred by J. R. B.is-coni & Son. Sharpatmrg, Ky: sired by Vaaco 10 096 (for breeding sea No. 9). 1st dnm May Flower, trial 2.20. by Whipple 8:i57 (sire of Glancus 2.27',4, Retta 2 2Vy and of the dam of Chesterfield 2.m4. ''' Hambletonian 725 (sire of 8 and of the dams of Steve Whipple 2 1" Agate 2.14Vi. Answer 2.14'a, etc), dam Mr.ria Mink; note Vampire is a pacer and verv fast; he is a good match for anguard and" the two would make an exceptionally handsome team: he is of good size, sp.cndld Style, a nbe actor and well broke. No 11. NICOLE, buy pacing gelding, sired by Idol Wilkes. lt dnm Manibiino Alalal'iali. 2d dam the dam of Black Cloud: this gelding ...... ,.- ....,.. v..,rlreil -in days and wont a mile In 2 2o'i and cood lodges think be can heat 2 2n- be has shown quarters In .'3; a first-class road' horse, safe for any one to drive. No 12. LITTLE TOMMY, buy gelding, foaled ln 1S89; sired bv Ambassador 1490. the siic of Lady Wilkes 2 1. Sclots Girl 2 15'.. Wyandot 2.1 Mi, Cuckoo 219. Hy-Wilkea "Vl Keokee 2.201,. Embassy U.Sli and 20 others ln the list; 1st dam by Strathmore 408. the sire of Struthso. 4 years. 2.13: Boseberry " l.v. Snowden 2.H;1;. Santa i'!n:is 2.17'-. the sire of Un great Egbert 1130. Tucker 2.13 and 80 others ln the list: 2d dam by Little Wonder, sire of Lndv Wonder 2.2.,. nnd Everett M 3 years, 2.19. son of Itluebult 75. sire of 70 in the 2.30 lis': 3d dam by Tiir Whip; here Is a horse grand in pedigree, performance, individual excellence; has had but "0 days' training bv Mr Raybold, and drove him full mile in 2.32 at the pace, and says he can beat 2 20 with a little work: be is sound as a dollar, handsome as a picture and v., M liKN WII.KKS. ouy trotting nor.se, i vears old, weighs MA) lbs, stands 15.2. and a 'wonderful road horse; sired by Bralntree Wilkes dam Lille, by Grandee, by Hambletonian 10; Ben Wilkes won a race at Waltham I-nlf-mlle track, June 17, best time 2.38, but cold have gone ln 2.30; he is easily man-agad, safe, sound and kind; It takes a fast one to teat bim on the road. ., . No 35 EASTERN' BOY, trial 2.314, bay trotting horse, tl years oil, weighs 1000 lbs, Stands 15 2Vi. sired by Judge Advocate, the sire of Hortense 2.19Vi, nnd three others in the list dam Maud Miller, by Wlnthrop Morrill; he Is a to!d, upheaded. courageous road horse, snO' sound and kind, and can speed on day of Kale'a 2 23 gait; ho Is a great sleigh or pole hoi'se I shall continue the sale of horses at privnte sale and auction as tsual at my stable, formerly occupied by the lirui of Charles H. and Edgar Snow, having bought out the interest and good will of Charles H. Snow, senloi member of said firm: they were the only tir.n ln Boston doing a strl"tly auction sale commission horse business, where horses were sold without limit; I will not receive horses on sale on any other terms; I will sell to the highest bidder, allowing a trial, thereby m iking my stable the most reliable place in Boston to purchase horses at auction: I shall hold regular auction sales every Wednesday and Saturday at 10 o'clock. WEDNESDAY, Oct 31, at 10 o'clock, I shall sell 80 horses consigned to me on sale from the states of Ohio, Indiana, and Iown: these horses will weigh from 1000 to 1500 lbs each, adapted to all general uses: gentlemen, I sell these horses with my guarantee, warranting every horse as represented, allowing you trial until Monday night following day of sale; If not as represented return your horse and receive back your money: this is a very plain contract I make with you, and I will live up to It. F. P. BRFG'Efc S. A. PIEP.CE. Auctioneers. 2t o30 Auction Sales Every WEDNESDAY ill SATURDAY at 10.30 A. M. Private Sales and Exchanges Erery Day. o?;r Motto" in fair dealing, honest representation, jnstloeto the owner and satisfaction to the boyer. On Wednesday, Oct. 31, AT lO A. M. SHARP, 100 Headi 00 Head 100 Head Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri and Indiana Draft, driving, trotting, family, saddle and general purpose horses, in matched pairs and single, varying in weight from 1000 to 1050 lbs each. Amongst these are 1 pair Jet Mack mares, without a white mark, are full sisters, 4 and 5 years old, ere low set and cobby, built on the French pattern, with heavy bone and legs, good, solid .feet, long mane and tails, weigh 2250 lbs, are fearless of electric or steam cars, act and look alike, broke single or double, would make a flne hack or hearse team . Also 1 pair black horses, with white star on their foreheads. 16 hands high and weigh 2-tOO lbs, are half brothers, 6 years old each: tbey ere very stylish, with fine knee action, are city broke, work single or double, are upheaded, can road 10 miles ln one hour, a family, coach or hearse team that any gentleman would appreciate If they wanted such a team: also several bay teams for family use; these horses are consigned to us for shsolute sale and each and every horse offered will positively be sold to the highest bidder, regardless of cost or value, and each and every horse will be honestly described and truthfully represented nt sale, ana warranted as representen or money saddles and bridles. N B This Is the best pair of donkeys we ever offered. Brown team mare, reared ln Canada, weighs abont 1300 lbs. extra pattern, warranted in every way, 75years old. Also, Brown team mare, reared ln Canada, 6 years old, weighs about 1225 lbs, extra good one In every respect to draw or drive. Black team horse, first-class French Canadian horse, 7 years old, a genuine block, extra good to draw or drive, warranted sound and kind, free from all tricks and fearless of everything. Note The above three horses are at the marl for examination and should be seen by thoss wishing to purchase horses for express wagons, farm use. or any purpose where combined draft and driving horses are required. Saddle horse, flne bav. 15.3 hands, weighs about 1000 lbs. Is 8 years old, thoroughly acclimated, been owned and used near Boston two years, and used by ladles and gentlemen, warranted sound and kind, fearless, Is a fas, runner, high jumper and a perfect harness horse; also ladles' and gents' riding saddles, meadow brook cart, single harness, etc; at mart. Physician's team Bay mare, 7 years old, weighing 1050 lbs, warranted sound and kind, fine fearless driver of nice pattern and endurance: also goddard top bnggy bout by J. P. A W. H. Emond of Boston Highlands, and har ness to match. Kentncky horse, chestnut gelding, 16 hands. 7 years old. weighing about 1075 lbs. war. ranted sound and kind, free from all tricks and safe for any one to ride or drive, an aU round family horse, is flne either ln harness or saddle. Seal brown horse, 7 years old, weighs 1050 Iba, roads easily 8 miles an hour, can trot a mile in 3 minutes, is family broken, drives with or without blinds. Black horse, 15.3 hands high, weighs 1050 lbs, is a superior roadster, warranted to trot a mils ln 2.40, is safe for any one to drive. Bay mare, 7 years. 1050 lbs, of superior pattern, warranted sound and kind, la a good driver. Jet black mare Beantlfnl coal black mare, weighing 1050 lbs, 7 years old, warranted sound and kind, thoroughly broken double and single, has high knee action and is a bold npheaded roadster, stands 15.2 hands, has full tall and mane, and one of tbe best offered for sale In a long time. HORSES !! HORSES!! We have already entered 56 horses and ponies with carriages and harness almost too numerous to mention. A large portion of the stock can now be seen at the mart. Shetland ponies, carts, harnesses, riding saddles and everything pertaining to a complete pony turnout can always be fonnd at private sale. HIGH GRADE SECOND-HAND At 2 O'Clock P. M. Comprising Goddard top buggies. Top phaetons. 1 and 2-seated top and no-top surreys, exteiw slon-top carryalls. Standing-top carryalls. Bockaways. Depot wagons sad carriages. Coupe rockaways, partition front Box pattern top buggies. Corning pattern top buggies. Meadow brook carts. Pony traps. 2-wheel carts, a number of sizes, etc, etc, etc. Harness in great variety, single and double, new and second hand, for all purposes wher harness can be used. 2t O30 Lost, Found, Eto FOUND A watch, last Wednesday: the owner can have the same by paying charges and proving property. Hotel Edinburgh, 2t4 Columbus av, suite 5. LOST Saturday afternoon between Temple pi acd Clarendon st, a pocketbook containing small sum of money and Symphony ticket with owner's name and address on back. Will finder ring up tel. 146, Somerville, or leave pocket-booa with Mr HOWES, at office of Boston Qlobe? Sudtf o21 LOST On Saturday afternoon, Oct 27, small Geneva watch, with chain, locket, etc, while coins from Arlington st to 25 Beacon, then to rernnfloil mil trinl o-lven until Thursday nlcht. . vt inter ana oacK to Arlington St. nease re- . " . f . . i . . 1 ,1 T. TT ft) Ti , , .11 a. Nov 1. when vou can return your horse and get your money if not as represented at sale. P S At 4 o'clock p m we shall also sell abont 40 held of second-hand or otherwise turn to Miss E. HUBD, 13 Arlington st and receive reward. 2t o30 LOST Premo folding camera, 4x5, Bausch & Towle shutter, and 3 plate holders, ln suanury NO 80. JOH MA..-HJ.H, UJ IIOIHOK ""i. 7 years old. weighs 10,10 lbs. stands 15.3, sired bv Patriot, dam Lady Russell; John Is a Btrong-going road horse of 12 miles an hour and can easily pull 2 men down the road Muil i 2.40 aalt ami toes r.ot pun, a treat road horse or gentleman's driver. No 37 CLARA W. black mare, sired by Wyandotte Chief (trial In 2.18), brother to Tempest Jr. 1st dam by Peacock Whirlwind, son of Abdallah I. 2d dnm by Lyman's Tem-iH"t sire of Tempest Jr. Cray Harry, etc; i'lar'a W is full sister to Maggie Bocn. No 38 WABASH BELLK. sired by White Cloud, sire of Flora Belle 2.13. B B P 2.10. snd others; 1st dam by Ixicust Tempest, sire of T.'psy D 2.22. Madge D 2.22; 2.1 diyn by Tlllery s BalnboW, son of Lyman's Tempest; 3d dam by Chancellor Black Hawk. No 39 COZKTTE. pure chestnut mare. 0 years old. stands 15.3 hands high and weighs ici25 lbs; sire Harbinger, by Almont. by Alexander Abdallah: dam Lady Bomnle. by Joe Morgan by Mohawk, by Gen Knox; 2d dam Omega bv Rvsdlke's Hambletonian; this mare Is a great roadster, has no morals, and in one season should trot In 2.2(1; has been handled but little for speed and has shown manors in 35 seconds to high wheel sulky and miles in 2.33: any one desiring a gentleman's driver with plenty of speed can make no mistake in this mare: to a sleigh she Is verv fast' bred and raised ln Maine. No 40 KITTY WEST, roan mare (Standard! foaled 1SH7, stands 1T.4 high sired by Young Fearnaught. he by Fearnaught Jr. record 2.2B: sire of Benny. 2. ISj. he by old I'earnaught. record 2.2.1. he by Wine Morrill 1st dam by Lewlston Boy record 2.36. sire of Despatch. 2.24S. he by Pollard s Mor- iii son of Old Whalelsme; 2d dam by Gideon, sire' of the dam of Nelson, 2.0H. Nos 41 and 42. Dark chestnut horse and marc own sister snd brother, 6 and 8 years . Ul welch 2150 lbs. stand 15.2Vi. warranted s,..,"ii.l and kind, nnd can road 10 miles per boar together; the horse can trot a .i-mlnute ''no. 43. Seal brown gelding; description at M'o 44 Handsome hlnck trotting and family bona 1 rears old, stands 15.2, weighs 1050 r.s- this horse has been used by a family for the' last 2 years: he can pull a goddard buggy in miles In one hour and trot a 2.50 gait. No. 45. Chestnut saddle horse; description at sale. No. 4f.. Bgv pony. P S Remember, the ball commences to roll sbarn nt 10 o'clock. v'.'m special sale Wednesday. Nov 14. SuTo2S Dramatic ACTING AND ELOCUTION taught, 10 years' credentials. K. SWEETLAND, 304 Col av. 2t oSO L. H. BROCKWAY. Star Combination Sale Stable. Auction sales every Wednesday and Saturday at 10 o'clock. 169 & 171 Portland Street. Regular auction sale WEDNESDAY, Oct 31, 94: three carloads of fresh horses from the country, one load from Mulky Bros of Iowa, one load from Indiana, one load from II . Amory; these have some flne drivers, extra business chunks and some very large draft horses; be sure and attend this sale. J. N. P. WOODBURY, Auctioneer. Notice the pedigree of roan horse: Strawberry roan horse, sired by Vitruvlan 1601, the sire of Eliza T, 2.194, and other good ones; Vitruvlan by Stlllson, who has more than a score ln the list; first dam Lady Crane, a fast trotter by Orion, by Hambletonian 10; this horse has trotted a full mile in 2.42 with very little preparation, and is a very fine road horse and clever for family use. Sud3t 2S WELCH & HALL, 155 & 157 Portland St., Near Union and Pitchburs: Depots. ATJOTION SATiBS EVERY WEDNESDAY AN3 SATURDAY and about thfe city and sold for reasons which will be explained at sale. Consignments solicited: we sell to the highest bidder and realize every dollar possible, but no property taken on a limit under any consideration. N B At 2.30 p m we shail sell a family team consisting of 1 bay horse. 1 extension cut under carryall, ln good order, harness, robes, blankets, whip. etc. 2t o20 acclimated horses, which have been used In j or yvavland. Lundav. Oct 28. Finder will bs rewarded upon returning to oo state rt, ioa-ton, room 33. LOST Between B st. South Boston, and Tre mont st, Oct 28, a valuable book and contents, which a suitable reward will be given to th finder. K 84, Globe office. LOST Monday, 22d, lady's gold watch and chain, between 20 Hancock st aud Chambers. Finder will be well rewarded by leaving ths same at 20 Hancock st. dSu3t o28 LOST A small silver watch, letter L mark ed on outside, lost Sunday noon near cornef Bromfleid and Tremont sts, valued by tha owner as a keepsake. Please return to LENA KURR, 1 Arlington st, East Somervtllet'oBq LOST Going from Washington st, via Winter and Tremont sts to cor School, a lady's gold boa knot breastpin, with small diamond in center. Reward of K. SMITH, at photograph studio. 6 Winter St. BRIGHTON HORSE MARKET. At the cattle yards, headquarters for secondhand horses: we will have about 40 horses to be sold at auction WEDNESDAY, Oct 31, st 10.30 a m. P S Any one having horses, carriages, wagons and harnesses to sell at auction please call Wednesday morning if yon want them sold; 1 minute's "walk from Brighton depot, or take Western av Brighton car from Bowdoin sq; 30 minutes' ride. Sud4t o28 Lesral Notices COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, Suffolk ss, probate court To all persons Interested in the estate of John S. O'Sulllvan. otherwise known as John S. Sullivan, late of Bos ton, in s.i o county or .s,nrfo k. fleceasea : l Here i , .,rr- . , nn u . ... . , .... ,,, , . . , , . . LiVaL inll ICiriVi uug, iuii train, bjuu ''., as. Ellen M. O sulllvan, administratrix of the collar. Beturn to 154 Beacon st, and estate of said deceased, has presented to snld ret.elTe rard. 3t o30 LOST Scarf pin, Saturday, Oct 27, cat's eyu set ln hammered gold. Reward will be paid on Its return to N. H. COTTON, 126 State St. 2t o30 LOST Saturday evening, near corner Clarendon and Applcton sts, ladies' fur boa. Return to 120 Appleton st and receive reward. LOST Pocketbook, with $9.50. Please return to owner and receive reward. 472 Tremont st. records in said ciife may be amended by in eluding also the name of John O Sullivan as an alias of said John S. O'Snllivan. otherwise known as John S. Sullivan, wherever the 6ame may occur. You are hereby cited to appear at a probate court, to be held at Boston, In Bald county of Suffolk, on the eighth day of November, A. D. 1SU4, at ten o'clock ln the forenoon, to show cause, If any you have, why the same should not be granted. And said peti LOST A sum of money, Oct 27. Return ta 210 Warren st, Roxbury and be rewarded. 2t o30 LOST A gold bracelet. Finder please return to 91 Franklin st, city; reward. LOST On Tuesday, Scotch terrier. Liberal reward for return, 31 Seneca st. 1 STOLEN From East Weymouth. Wednesday. tioner is ordered to serve this citation by pub- Oct 24, black horse, blind in both eyes, brass Regular auction sale WEDNESDAY. Oct 31 at 10 a m, of 5 carloads, or 100 heads of young, sound horses, consigued, 1 load heavy draft horses from A. B. Given. 1 load from H. Crlm of Indiana and 1 load from Geo. Ilennrlch of ihlo rlrnft. HI mil family, drlvlnir and iron- eral purpose horses, in matched pairs and Witness, John W. McKim. esnnire. Judge off omot i?v mj . -k- .hiZ single; a few good drivers to be sold for the ! said court, this twenty-fonrth day of October. T A M STO LE N-H lred fro m the stable of C llshing tbe same once in each week for three trimmed harness, nearly new democrat wagon, successive weeks in The Boston Daily Globe, a plate on back Waterloo wagon company, Wa-newspaper published ln Boston, the last publi- j terloo, N Y. Notify E. BOURBEAU, Hol- tlon to oe one oay at least oerore sam court, i uroo&, jhhss. t- oou high dollar, with our usual guarantee; if not as represented return them and get your money; trial until Thursday night, at 4 p m. L. T. MAYNARD. Auct. 3t o29 Schools, Colleges, Etc A GENTLEMAN (French) would give careful lessons ln French at residence; fees moderate. Address T U, Globe omce. 4t o30 in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninetv-four. ELIJAH GEORGE. Register. o27 30 n6 W. Belcher & Son, Mansfield, Mass, Oct 27, by dark-complexioned man ubout 5 ft 5 In in bight, giving name of Hayes, from Boston, Mass, bay mare about 10 years old, weighs about 950 lbs, ankles little large behind, caused by interfering, high headed, wore dark-trimmed harness, open bridle, no check, brltchen and hreastpiate coverea witn sneepann, hitched to NOTICE That on the 23d day of July, 1894, mv wife, Clara Ljunberg. left my board and bed; I have heard that her whereabouts Is in the vicinity of Boston: I hereby forbid any one to trust her on my account; womti ne pleased stripe, green lined, one spoke sawed from rira in one nina wneei ana one irom rorwaru wneeL A suitable reward will be paid for any infor. COMER'S ciiMMEKCIAI. COLLEGE Day 'TO "WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Adeline M. I matlon Kent to C. W. BELCHER & SON. and evening sessions, bookkeeping, penman- Baxter having left my bed and board, all per- Mansfield, Mass. 3t o29 wouiu oe measen . .,..;m. ,. ,..,.,,. i,,i ,ii. . if any one would send me, her address. Oct :,r,a' ,VrV 3S.2" 2f.th. 1S04. 8VEN NILSON Worcester, Mass. Ii4 Lincoln st. 2t o29 ship, shorthand and a general fitting for busi- ; sous trnstlnsr her in my name do so at their ness: Jsalvionaj instruction: graouates anieu to employment; special 8 months' course: our record of 54 years and 20.000 students speaks for Itself: commence now; prospectus free. Gt Washington st. cor Beach st. Boston. dSutfo24 """CLASS IN SHORTHAND" CORRESPOND ENCE. Benle method: established 1S84: dicta tion classes; pupils given actual work: pro- own risk. CHARLES F. BAXTER. Wines, Liquors, Etc CHARLES E. GASSETT CO. 1?1 Black-stone st, 24 and 2 Endlcott st Old family wine store: choice liquors for family and me- spectus free. 118 Ames building. ThSSuTtf o2S dtclnal use; finest brand of bourbon and rye wnisaies, ins. oriinuies anu .now r.ngiand rum. TOCNG LADY STENOOBAPHEB will give private Instruction In shorthand and typewriting, evening sessions for those employed through the day. M. W. C, 1' O box 1751, Boston. Mass. SuT o2S wines, etc; give us a trial. TThSutf f5 J. H. COSTELLO It CO, 154 Beach st, Boston, old rj e and bourbon whiskies:. $1.75 to $6 per gal; direct receivers of California and foreign wines. 75c to $4 per gal: Van Nostrand's Bunker Hill lager $1.20 per case. dSu7t o30 T. DALY & CO, 7C.0 Washington st, Boston We sell Old Crow whisky S3 per eal. Frontier DRESSES made for S3 Ihls month, latest j rye $2.50, Bourbon $2. Lawrence Medford rura, Dressmaking, Millinery, Etc stvles. best finish nnd perfect fit guaranteed. 137 West Canton st. HATS AND BONNETS made and trimmed, French, 50c to $1. HARVEY, 20 Temple pi. Sud4t o28 STYLISH DRESSES made. $5; perfect fitting. 10 Cazenove st, off 252 Columbus av. 4 years old, $2, and Cal wines $1 gal. dSutf o20 Bicycles, Tricycles, Etc LOVELL DIAMOND to exchange for printing press and outfit. T 57, Globe office. WATCH LOST Oct 24. lady's gold watch and chain, hunting case, Elgin make. Return 606 Chamber of Commerce, India st: finder rewarded. dSu7t o26 SOLID OAK CHIFFONIERES, $7.50. These have five deep and roomy drawers, aad never was sold less than S10. Low expenses enables us to do it. Come and see for yourself. STEVENS. FREEZE & CO, 93 Court st, cor Hanover Sud3t o28 Yachts, Boats, Etc WANTED to lease, a sleam launch, 55 to 63 feet, for a term of months, to go south this winter. G 97, Globe office. Billiards and Pool FOR SALE-Billiard hall, 2 billiard, 2 pool tables. T 52, Globe office. St cfiO ft

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