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WATERBUR1 EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1897.
HAUGATUCK COLUMN. A PURSE FOR THE REV FATHER CUNNINGHAM. Nearly $700 Raised, Which a Commit tee of His Former Pparlshioners Present to Him Conference in Bridgeport Attended B- Naugatuck People Coming Entertainments.' The St Joseph's of Bridgeport .and the Naugatucks are playing football to day n the trotting perk. The Ladies' Aid society of the Con gregational church will meet to-morrow at the Parish house. Tea will be served. Those of the M. E. church, with Mrs Luther Baldwin on May streetand those of St Michael's at the chapel, ' where a turkey supper will be served from 5:30 to 8:30 p. m. There are those who say that the street superintendent. If he had put the material he has put on for a sidewalk on North Water street, in the middle of the street, it would have been bet ter for all. He has carried out the orders of the board of warden and bur gesses and now our medical men ana grocers would like to have the board go up and inspect the street. A horse driven by Mrs W. J. Rig ney of Waterbury ran away yesterday on Church street. The lady was thrown out, but not injured. The horse was frightened at something and started Just as she was getting in the carriage. The team passed Union City all right, and probably ran to Water bury. The Haymakers' drill team will be an attraction at the Germania fair to night. J. H. Dunn has commenced work on his contract to put down the comnect- " log storm sewer pipe from Meadow to Church street. An appeal has been taken from the probate of the will of the late Julia Robinson. ; Our superintendent of schools is in Bridgeport to-day on business connect ed with is department, Dr Rodman delivered his lecture yes terday at the Salem school on "The Eyesight of Children." The concrete walkjs being put down 1 en some portions of Cherry street. v Charles Nelson and Peter Burcuski each paid 113.26 as fines and costs in the borough court yesterday. They were charged with Intoxication and breach of the peace. James Glynn for feited .his bond after being arrested for intoxication. There was a lively time on the street yesterday afternoon when an Indian woman named Mary Swift, some forty years of age, belonging to a oamp located in Cotton Hollow, got full of whiskey and put on her war paint. Officer Kennedy bore her to the lockup where she continued to make things lively for passers-by with her noise. In the borough court this morning Judge Bissell suspended sen tence in her case. The Gappo case was continued; an Italian named Mardieleo, charged with assault on another son of the sunny clime, was fined J10 and costs. This is the whom the officers failed to find Sunday night - " " Those who want to take in a pleas ing entertainment can do no better thing than to go hear Ralph Bintrham at the jjl. Sj. ohurch to-night. He is Bald to be a remarkably fine violinist, a good reciter and humorist. He should be greeted with a large audi ence. ' Lots of our people will go to Water bury this afternoon and evening to Me the plays given by Eice's comed ians. Tfce parishioners of St Francis church have made up a purse of about 4?nn miif.i. ii . :u . $700 which they will present to ths Bev Father Cunningham as a token of their respect and esteem. A com mittee will probably go to his new home in West Thompson to present the money. Father Cunningham was highly appreciated as an assistant to the Bev Father Sheridan The big Germania fair commenced last night at the new Germania hall They expect big stage attractions every evening. - mw i . . . aiio. annum meeting or the gen eral conference of Congregational churches of Connecticut opens to-day in .Bridgeport to continue to-morrow The Kev bherrod Soule and Deacon li. D. Warner will represent the hnrch located hr The following have letters awaiting mem at me postomce : mrs William Donovan. Miss Delia TinN t..i r J a . . L 1111 Tanosurnak, D. Engelman, Fred Bare, Daniel O'Day, care of Mr Ceers. The board of charities were ex pected to meet last night to traBt; routine business. Mr and Mrs: James O. May have been absent visiting friends near the Hudson river. Edford Seeley has withdrawn his application to have a conservator ap pointed over his father. A requiem mass was celebrated this morning for . the repose of the soul of the late James Casey. An anniversary mass was celebrated yesterday at St Francis' church for tb8latoBoher Carpenter. J ames J. McCann is contemplating opening a small grooery store - on High street in the store built by Ernest Swenk. There will be a large audience at the opera house to-morrow night to take in the Y. M. C. A. entertainment. Reserved seats may be obtained at jucuumness'. About twenty firemen besides friends, escorted the remains of the late Ernest Barrow to Grove cemetery yesterday. There was a slight rain railing which made it unpleasant. The advance agent of Gorton's ramou8JNew Orleans Minstrels was here last night to bill the show for next Monday night. Those who desire to see a good olever minstrel perfor mance can do no better than attend The celebrated Gold band will give their usual street parade at noon .tveservea seats will go on sale on Friday morning. The Edwards-Gibbud wedding will take place at the bride's residence on high street to-morrow at 1 o'clock Quite a number of out-of-town guests are expected to be present. The big show takes place to-mor" row night, but before you go you can eat a fine turkey supper at St Mich aers chapel. It you are willing to invest thirty-five cents, the church helpers wants to see all their friends there. j Xhe second annual soiree of the Ladies Auxiliary, A. O. H. bids fair to be a fine affair. It will take Dlace at the Gem opera house on' Friday evening of this week' to give all a chance to go.. The admission tickets have been placed at only 25 cents for each person. They anticipate and should have a large attendance. Good music and prompting may be ex pected. BYE-ELECTION IN ENGLAND. The Conservatives Retain the Debt ford Seat by a Small Majority. London, Nov. 16. The vacancy in the House of Commons for the? Parliamen tary division of Debtford) caused by the elevation of C. J. Darling to the' Judicial bench, was filled yesterday by a bye-election, which resulted In the Conservatives retaining the seat. The vote stood: Mr. Arthur H. A. Morton, Conservative, 6,317; Mr. J. William Benn, Liberal, 4,993; Conservative ma jority, 324. At the last general election, when Mr. Darling was returned for the dis trict, the Conservative majority was 1,229. The poll yesterday was 10,815, as compared with 10,079 at the last elec tion. - Soldiers and Sailors' Monument. Albany, Nov. 16. -Assemblyman Geo. r. Kelly, of this city,. is drafting a bill sroviding foe the erection of a soldiers tnd sailors' monument in Capitol Park, it the head of State street, in front of Ihe Capitol ' building. He will call for in appropriation of $100,000, and the sonstruotion of the monument will be n charge of a commission of four. Clark's Mythical Millions. New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 16. The clever little romance -. which started afloat some weeks ago to the effect that Miss Grace W. Elliott, of San Francisco, had fallen heir to $25,000. 900 by the death of her father's brother In Australia, and that Vice-President Ho bart and Gov. Griggs had been re tained to look after the Interests of co-heirs in New Jersey, seems to be badly punctured. Miss BHioJt has been leluged with letters ranging from pro posals of marriage to simple begging for aid, and now letters have come from Mr. Hoart and 'Gov. Griggs de claring they know nothing of the Aus tralian fortune. Hudson Bay Railroad. Toronto, Ont., Nov. 16.-rA eemi-offl-oial report has been made here by Tames Fisher as to the probability of navigation on Hudson Bay, and its use a.3 a Summer port for export of srrain to Europe. Fisher, who went with the Hudson Bay expedition as reriresenta- tive of Manitoba, says th bay Is auffl- lently free of Ice for four" months, be- finning with July and ending with Oc tober. This Is taken to show that the cheme of building a 'railroad from Winnipeg to Hudson Bay, and estab lishing a port there for the export of pain from western Canada, and possi bly from Dakota and Minnesota, is practicable. ., STORIES OF THE STREET. Waterbury People are Talking About it on Every Corner. It is sometimes an easy matter to fool the public, but you can't keep it un very long. They are sure to find yoS out; and every time a man is fooled another skeptic is made. Skepticism is allowable when . reading in a home newspaper about some incident oceur ing In San Francisco or Iowa but the circumstances are entirely different when it refers to someone right here at home, friends and neighbors, people you know, whom you can see, and with whom you talk it over. This is the kind of evidence at the back of Doan's Kidney Pills home statements by home people and the astonishing local work they have been doing has caused more talk among our citizens than the doings of any other modern wonder Read the following: ' Mrs Patrick McAvoy of No 34 French street, says: "I had backache for some time, caused by lifting while at my work. I did not pay much attention to it at first, but it continued to grow worse and, bothered me a great deal I concluded my kidneys must be out of order, and seeing Doan's Kidney Piu8 recommended so highly, I got a box at H. W. .Lake's drug store. Thev a, a everything I expected of them. I have no trouble of any kind now and should a recurrence take Dlace I know n what to do." Doan's Kidnev Pills are for sato i all dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo. N v sole agents for the United States. Re member the name Dnnn'H onH tit, i ottif r - : "u DEATH OF ERWIN S. ACKERMAN YESTERDAY MORNING. Died at the Residence of Mr Huxley, of Typhoid Fever A Popular Un assuming Man About Town The Maple Grove Farm and Turkeys Arrangements for the Harvest Sup per on Thursday Evening Y. P. S. C. E. Meeting and Other Notes. The community was saddened yes terday by the unexpected intelligence of the death of Edwin S. Ackerman, one of Oakville's estimable young men, who for the past five or six years had beocme a familiar figure on our streets. Mr Ackerman was in the bloom of youth, only nineteen years of age. About a week ago he complained of se vere pains in his head and his physi cal condition had evidently been run down by hard work. Dr Munger, the family physician at the home where he boarded, did everything in his power, but it was soon apparent that no hope could be entertained of his recovery. His father was telegraphed for and came on from Bristol; his brother John also, was at his bedside. Monday morning his general condition was worse and he sank deeper Into that Blumber from which no one ever awakes, passing away surrounded by his Intimate friends and near relatives. Edwin Ackerman was not prominent in the society circles here, " he was quiet in his nature and intoffensive in dis position, and agreeable at all times. The life of this young man has been somewhat eccentric, he brought him self before the notice of thousands, by his ambition to circumvent the globe, starting with only ,one cent in his possession. Months elapsed and the ytmng man discouraged, returned to Oakville. The presence ,of the de ceased will be missed in the Christian Endeavor work anVi in other circles and hie father has the sympathy of wide circle of friends. The funeral will take place to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock from the house. Willam C. Hungerford, the head pro- proprietor of Maple Grove stock farm. Is busy these days taking orders for Thanksgiving turkeys, etc. He has received a large shipment from Ken tucky. Mr Hungerford also has number of native turkeys, ducks, etc. which are also ready for market. One merchant states "I really did not believe that advertising would attract so . much . attention, besides command ing a deal of influence." There's al ways room for more. Arrangements will soon be under way for the long anticipated Hanky- Panky club's fair, dance and entertain ment. The musical rendition now in rehearsal Is among the latest com positions and will be well executed. It is thought that it would be advisable to secure John B. Kelly and Charles Haight for -their entertainment this winter. To-morrow evening the Christian Endeavor meeting will be held in the ehapej instead of Thursday evening as is customary. Services commence at 7:46 sharp. J. D. Kennedy announces a great business investment in to-day's issue Miss Watrous and her sister, "return ed to Hartford last evening. Everybody is invited to Prof Tur ner's lecture this evening in Watertown at St John's church. Admission ten cents; 200 illustrative views. The committee of arrangements is busy with preparations for the turkey supper in thechapel Thursday even ing.. The solicitors have performed their duties with; commendable per sistency and the list of eatables will embrace everything from a toothpick to a turkey, ' The members, or at least two' or4 three' deemed : if prudent to abandon all thoughts of an entertain ment. Free admission; supper 25 cents. It is announced to the rjuhiir that the courses will be served' from 5:30 to 9:30. The following waitresses will preside at the first table: Miss Addle Anderson, Miss Etta Williams, Miss Ingebore Krautz and Miss Hattie M. Newell. A football game will be nlaverf Thanksgiving day. Mr N. N. Osburn, well known at Woodstock, Mich, was troubled with a lame back. He was persuaded to use ijnamDeriain s r-ain cajm. it gave him relief in one night. This remedy is also famous for its cures of rheuma tism. For sale by Apothecaries Hall Co and Gerge M. Ladd, 854 South Main street. Half a Million Lost. , ' English, Ind., Nov. 16. Excitement grows over the failure of the three banks in the county. Cashier Richard H. Willett, of the J-ieavenworth Bank, has not been heard from, but John H. Wentworth Is said to have telegraphed to friends here that he will return and pay 75 per cent, If the depositors will acceDt and protect him from Injury. It Is thought this will be accepted. The present estimate of the failure Including county and township mon eys, private deposits, borrowed money and debts among merchants from whom they purchased electrical ma chinery and other stock, is $500,000. County Treasurer Brown, who has nothing to show, for $27,000, was yes terday stricken with paralysis and is not expected to live. Every develop ment Indicates a premeditated bank areck on some otiye-cart. , WATERTOWN JOTTINGS. RESIGNATION OF Fit. 0'DONNELL FROM BOARD OF VISITORS, The Intelligence a Surprise to the Pub lics Turners Massive Lecture This Evening Much Anticipated Betts Academy to Play Football Hero To- Morrow Charles Wooding Home With Sickness The F. of A. M's Banquet Last Night Largely At tended The News Epitomized. The long ant!ci pated dance and sociable of the Dramatic asso ciation arranged by the conimit- tee for this week will be he'd in the town hall this coming Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Free man's well known orchestra will ren. der the music for the merry dancers and it goes without saying that the renditions will be enjoyable features. The admission to-morrow evening has been placed at 50 cents for gentlemen an d25 cents for ladies. A competent prompter is expected to be present. This affair has been looked forward to with much pleasure by members of so ciety and although everyone from far and near is expected it is probable that the "400" can be seen there to-morrow evening. Refreshments will be served by the society. Charles Wooding, a student of Wes leyan university in Wilbraham, Mass, came to his home Saturday complain ing of sickness. He was advised by his physicians to return home, where he would receive more attention. He has so far recovered as to be able to attend to his tudies once more and left this morning for Wilbraham. Word was received this morning to the effect that the Rev Father J. H. O'Donnell, recently elected a member ot the board of school visitors in this town, has. resigned from that body, yet no one seemed to be able to determine the reason. The other members of the board are considerably mystified over the strange proceedings and express their regret that Father O'Donnell should no longer constitute himself a member of this board. - A reporter of the "Democrat" attempted to gain an interview . with Father O'Donnell this morning as regards his cause for re signing from the board of education, but as he was out of town no informa tion could be obtained. The commu nity is much worked up over the mat ter and hope that nothing has incurred the displeasure of Father O'Donnell, who is esteemed by all. Prof Richardson of Amherst college, is expected to spend Sunday with Mrs H. N. Cunningham. , Mr and Mrs , John Buckingham started for New York to-day for a short visit. Masonic hall was illuminated from top to bottom last evening. Last night an interesting meeting was conducted in the Town hall, com mencing at 8 o'clock. The meeting wa sopened by Principal Werking of the center school district, who read pam pers on the" subject: "In what respect would teachers most desire assistance from the board of visitors." This top ic was opened for free discussion. Mr Baldwin read short papers in, relation to the committee, teachers and board of visitors work. The question box was thoroughly sorted. Refreshments were served by the W. C. T. U. and the Y's", being greatly appreciated by those present. All the teachers of the schools were in attendance. A hearty thanks was tendered both societies for their generosity. Turner's great lecture will take place this evening in St John's church, con sisting of views never seen in these parts before and interesting lecture about the world about us. Admission only ten cents. Betts academy football team from Stamford, has been booked to play here to-morrow afternoon against Tafts school. The game will be called at 2:30 on the fair grounds. Admission 25 cents. Although the weather was anything but favorable last evening and the traveling decidedly heavy, these cir cumstances did not possess any in fluence over the members of Federal lodge, F. of A. M., who were to work the third degree upon several candi dates, and also enjoy the company of King Solomon lodge from Woodbury. The third degree was worked to the satisfaction of all concerned. After the regular exercises were concluded all assembled in the banquet room where a bountiful repast awaited them. The "green" sociable will tjUto nioJ this evening. Everybody is extended a cordial invitation to attend. Free ad mission. Music and refreshments and the wonderful talking machine should fill the Congregational church. A SENSIBLE MAN Would use Kemp's balsam for the throat and lungs. It is curing more cases of coughs, colds, asthma, bron chitis, croup and all throat and lune troubles, than any other medicine The proprietor has authorized any druggist to give you a sample bottle free to convince you of th mtt .this gteat remedy, price, 2x and 50c, WATERTOWN AND, OAKVILLE BUSINESS MEN F. E. WHEELER & CO, ARE . S one cent. They will send the best of if you wish. Favor them with a call SOMETHING GOOD. What is more consoling to the inner man cup oi hoi rea or onee, Due you will not Know now good they are until you have tried one of our Nickle Plated Copper Pots for.prepariug them. Al ways bright and clean even after years of service. No rust, no leak ing. '1 his week's price for any size will be 58c. Come quick if you want one. Headquarters for Frogs. The latest style of , - ' Note Paper just received. B C. ATWOOD'S POST Westbury Park, Watertown. The best location in Watertown. Lots this fall $100 each. cash. In the spring the price will be more. Iwo minutes walk from K. R. depot. 7c fare by commutation; 20 i rains per day, from 6:08 A. M. to 11 P. M. B. H. MATTOON Pythian Hall Building. J.J. Kei.lty's Headquarters for Groceries, Dry Goods, freshly baked Pies, Cakes. Bread. Cookies, etc, from our own bake shop all branches. The cleanest store, the biggest bargains, and the most accommo dating clerks in Watertown. We want Watch our succeeding adv for amazingly The Brick Store. WE .WANT YOUR TRADE. People of Oakville and Watertown, and as low as the lowest. How's this: enouiaer, at:, xry a 3-iD pail or Armour tf. to. Mj team is in Watertown Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. W. E. RUSSELL, oakville. NOW IS THE TIME To buy Wheels for little money Wheels, in A 1 condition at prices from $5.UU to if 15. OU. "Ft. "V. Dealer in new and 2nd hand Bicycles, Watertown. Post Office Building, Watertown Poultry Yards, , Charles L. Kelly Prop'r, Be quick if you wish any of those choice White and brown LEGHORN HENS AND PULLETS, -as they are going fast. A few white Minorea Chicks. Other Fancy Stock. Broilers in season. ' F. P. BRYANT. Stunning Prices. Ladies' Shoes from $1.50 to $2.75, See that $2.00 Winter Shoe for Ladies. Boys' Footwear : $1.25 to $1.75. Boys' Hip Boots $1.00 to $2.50. Men s Shoes $2.00 to 83.00. BUY HERE AND SAVE MONET. MX ltOOHl TENEMENT. Barber Shop and Meat Market on first floor. Grand time for an opening. Over 1.000 peo ple to 'get traTie from. Want to hear from you. drop me a line and make money. 3. D. KENNEDY. Oakville. - Must Marry or Retire. Stroudsbure, Pa.,' Nov. 16. The Offl-' cial Board of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at a meeting held Saturday evening, decided to ask for the- return; of the assistant pastor of the church, the Rev. Robert H. Crawford, as pas-' tor for next year. Mr. Crawford is a single man, and in order to make his return sure, the official brethren would like him to marry. ; When the matter was brought before, the young pastor no promise., was given that he would abandon bachelor hood. The charge is a married man's charge, and lately a J5,000 parsonage was built. Unless Mr. Crawford does as his congregation desires him to do. it is feared that the bishop wfU not make the appointment. . .. HOUSEHOLD GODS. .,. t The ancient Greeks believed -. that the Penates were the gods who atteud ed to the welfare and . prosperity ot the family. They were worshipped as household gods in every home. The household god of to-day is Dr King's new discovery. For consumption, coughs, colds and all affections of the throat, chest and lungs it is invalu able. It has been tried for a quarter of a century and is guaranteed to cure or money returned. No household should be without this good angel. It is pleasant to take and a safe and sure remedy for old and young. Free trial bottles at G. L. Dexter & Co's drug store. POLO. WALLINGFORD vs WATERBURY, Wednesday, November 17, at Jacques' Auditorium. Game called at 9 p. m. 1 Admission, 25 cents.. Reserved seats 10 cents extra, A "PYTHIAN HALL," SHO ING THE LARGEST LINE OF TOVES and RANGES ever seen in a count ry town. Everything from an Oil Heater at $3.50 to an elegant Parlor Stove at $3 5. Ranges varying in price from $5 to $50. They have - placed six Hot Water Heaters so far this season and have con tracts for two more ; five Hot Air Heat ex s an d contracts for two more. Tliey w OJild be pleased to give you an esti mate for heating your house with either ni the in formation will not cost vou .workmen to put 70ur old Heater in orde (or woman for that matter) than a good OFFICE DRUG STORE. Corner Store. The attainment of absolute perfection in your trade and guarantee satisfaction lowprices. ' You Can't Miss It. can sell you MEAT and PROVISIONS Pork Loins, 8c; Sausage, Sc; Hams, 9c; s otnr israna Aiince Meat, 3oc- m THE BAIRD MACHINE CO.. m OAKVILLE, CONN., Makers of Automatic Machinery, Bicy cle Work, Etc. INVENTORS' IDEAS DEVELOPED A Trial Earnestly Solicited. gAMUEL HOSKIN, landscape garden ' er and grader in all its brandies. JOHN EVANS, Florist; Funeral J Work a specialty. A trial solicited. "RAZORS for sale and honed at Miller's Barber Shop, Old Town Hall bldg. "TJOOTS and Shoes repaired. Charles JLJ Rogers, t ull stock of goods. ERNEST Zeidler, Hair Cutting,Shave, Shampoo, at stand near depot. CIDER, 1 cent gal for making, O. Warner's mill Oakville. E. PEOPLE'SIVIARKET. 8prtng Lamb, Gh cken, Uea , Mutton, Gh cajjo Dressed , Beef and Native Beef. The Finest quality of Uegetables, A ways fresh. The "Old Reliable" Market' s the largest in the city and keeps the largest stock to ee ect from. S. BOHLi, Prop'r, 64 South Main St. Oideit by telephone promptly attended j BOHSESHOEM i! GENERAL WAGOll REPAIRING Done in First-Class Shape A- R. N. BLAKESLEE'S, 160 MEADOW 8T. Fire Insurance. Life and Accident Insurance placed inin te best companies. , REAL, ESTATE. JAMES- A. HYNES, Room S, Piatt's Block, Bast Main atj Another Clothing. Chapter! Another New Shipment :f. OVERCOATS ''AND ' ' ULSTERS, Just received from our Rochester faptpry. $9 and $12. FOR ONE -jMp WEEK ''r' ONLY. We place on sale about 400 uron'n an A Young Aien's OVEH COATS and UL STERS, represents about 2lfi (tlrTftmnt patterns aud styles, consisting lo" flne Kerseys, Meltons and Friezes, in all the newest shades, elegantly trimmed and" "Correctly Tailored." This lot is en tirely made , up of our regular 15 and $18 Overcoats and Ulsters, and this is the first tin:e so early in the seaSQp-Ahat such seasonable Overcoats have been offered at these low figures. ' ROCHESTER CLOTHING (H Odd Fellows' Building."; . - Hats, Furnishings, Neckwear "aMbn the move. "jJ3 Full Dress Suits For Sale or Bent.' X1 , K00M t Goods with our tags on are coming at both freight depots faster than we can take care of them. Rather than to hire storage we are going to mfke room by SELLING some Parlor JKtiw niture. Here's the way we wf tid ing to doit: , One 5 piece Suit, overstuffed, Bro- i , catelle covered, fringed. Th right price is $50, now " , - ifjtjB0 One 4 piece Suit, overstaffed, fringed, Velour covered (moths won't touch it.) Was $42, new . ' ' Price ... ., ,S3j40 linn n rtier Mfihncrnnv flnl.TiAH ' n ame suit, spring edges, heavy plush cover, was 50, new price (39.50 One 5 piece Brocatelle Suit, over- stuffed silk plush trimmed, silk all around, good value at $55, now - , 43.5Q One 5 piece Frame Suit, Silk Bro- catelle cover, was cheap at 928, V -bow- $3d.7S Also lots of Bargains in Odd Pieces. J. M. Burrall&Co 60 Bank St. v: UNDERTAKING In all its branches. Telephone, D. M. Stewart. 101 Frank lin St, Messenger Boy for C. EL 8er " mour, 184 Maple street. , ; . DEC 1st WE MOVE Into our New Store in the '- - Masonic :-: Temfilfi. Here are some Bargains to be dissiosect of before that time. 5 ORGANS AT $15.00 EACH 1 SQUARE PIANO, $30.00 OASH 1 SQUARE PIANO, ' $15.00.-CASH MUSIC, , . 2o A COPT BOOKS, slightly shop worn, . 25o EACH Musical Instruments at greatly' ' reduced prices.- t THE DRIGGS & SMITH CO. "The BeerThafs Drank." THE HELLM1HH BREIHG ftf Lager Beer, Ales I Pert& Imported Erlanger Hoffbreau. MADE BY FRANZ ERIOH, EB- ' j ' LANGER, BAVARIA. On draught at J. W. HODSONI'S, 18 EXCHANGE PLACE. T1ephoneu , , PITRl! - LIQUORS For Medicinal and other purposes. The larges stock of Bottled, '5oda in the city to select fronu ' .Frtegan span's Bottled Ale and Porter il ih best for family use. ,f- T. E. XiUES, 95 SOUTH MAIN ST. THE CELEBRATED ANHEUSER-BUSCH BUDWEISER T.TflHT MUNCH NER DARK The most popular and wholesome of Brers on draught. -ANHEUSER-BUSCH BOTTLE r LAGER for Table Useji ' Telephone, 155-13. f( X f - M, J. McEvoy's Cafe. Exchange PlaceWaterbnry Coaa. ' TV H. HAYES, Wholesale and Retail Dealer . W eign and Domestic Ales wse? x Liquors and Cigars. ' 84 AND 6 BAST ,MAIN,8T. Goods delivered U tsWhbne eall t 1 . i i ft "i A