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WATERBUIll EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1897.
JWhat the People Are Doing and Talking About. . This is the regular night for prayer service in most all the churches. Strangers will be made welcome at any of them. On Sunday the Kev T. Carson Hanna will preach at the .Union City chapel at 10 :30 a. m., and in the evening at 7 o'clock. The Eev Mr Nichols will preach at the mission at Pythian hall at 3 :45 p. m., followed lay Sabbath setiool. The public are invited to all these services. C. H. Hoffman does not mean that the garbage contractor shall not know that after the 15th day of De cember he will not collect garbage on any except Church street and Meadow Btreet. He publicly advertises the same. A. H. Dayton has had some work done on his walk in front of his store that improves it some. There is a good walk now from the Maple street feorner to the livery stable office. " Now that it is near the holidays, it will be well for all to watch the adver tisements in the "Democrat" for good things in the holiday Jine. Three out of. five of our people will go to Waterbury to trade. Robert B. Morse has been confined to his home by illness all the week, although he hopes to get in to take charge of his engines to-day. The latter is running fourteen hours a day, making a long day for one man. The 5-year-old child of "William Murphy that was reported on Tues day night to be much better from Ciphtheria, died yesterday afternoon and was buried this morning. This is the third case that has proved fatal within a short time. A large number of ladies took in the afternoon tea given by a com mittee of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. at the parlors of Pythian hall yesterday. We are glad to notice that Russell Saunders, who was ill for some days, bas fairly well recovered. The Salem Spring Ice Co desire to keep their ice pure and free from etone and such like. They offer a re ward of five dollars for the conviction of any party throwing stones or mis siles on the ice and forbid all skatiDg fishing or other trespassing. The Eev Father Sheridan was ab sent yeBterday paying a visit at Hart ford. People on the west side of railroad track can find the "Democrat" at Sohn Stapleton's store on lower Mr Stapleton is about to open an em ployment office at his store. Ojeda council, K. of C, are arrang ing for quite a time at Pythian hall on Wednesday, January 5. The third degree is to be exemplified and an address to be delivered by the nat ional secretary, followed by literary end musical exercises, dancing and refreshments. The K. of P. are anticipating lots Of fun this evening at their masque rade in Pythian hall. , The next of the Assembly dances takes place at Pythian hall on "Wed nesday, December 29. A large as sembly is anticipated. The fourth ann ikl reception and concert of the Salem Social club will be given at the Gem opera house on New Tear's eve. Terrill's full orches tra will furnish music and Prof Bax ter will prompt. The tickets admitt ing gentlemen with ladies are fifty cents. Mrs John H. Wbittempre and Mrs Hairis "Whittemore are giving an at hme this afternoon, which large . numbers will attend. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. will hold theirTegular monthly meeting on Monday of next week. There was a very nice company at the Union City football team sociable, at Sokoloski hall last night, who danc ed to the small hours of morning. F. F. Schaffer, superintendent of Glove company, went to Boston on business last Tuesday. In some way be contracted a heavy cold, so that he was confined to his room for a couple of days. His physician hoped to have him able to return home to-day. THE HOMLIEST MAN IN Waterbury as well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call ' on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, a remedy that Is guaranteed to cure and relieve all chronic and acute coughs, asthma, bronchitis and con sumption. Price 25c and 50c. riCTcland Jlaby' Ueunl. Trinceton, N. J., Dec. 10. Bolstered tip In his cradle and cooing among the downy coverlets, Richard Folsom, In fant son of the former President and Mrs. Cleveland, made his debut In so ciety In one of the great parlors of Westland yesterday. He Is the little lion of the swell set. This was the first time little "Dick," as he Is called by members of the Cleveland house hold, has been shown to a formal gath ering of guests. Ctuler Blarblejiead at Ilaytf. "Washington, Dec. 10. The Secretary of the Navy has received a cablegram from Commander McCalla, command ing the cruiser Marblehead, announc ing his arrival at Port au Prince, Hay ti. The excitement over the German Incident is somewhat abated. CARLISTS REJOICE. Senor Sagasta Unexpectedly Echoes Their Sentiments. LONDON, Dec. 10. The Madrid corre spondent of The Daily Mail says: "The Carlist organs throughout Spain are making capital out of a pronun ciamento delivered by Senor Sagasta against the autonomy scheme. The Carlist minority in the cortes having issued a protest in which it drew a clear distinction between political and ad ministrative autonomy, Senor Sagasta unexpectedly echoed the sentiments of the protest in a speech, declaring that the nation was 'animated by the feeling first expressed by the Carlist minority.' "He affirmed that the country had not poured its blood and treasure into Cuba as a vain sacrifice, but in order to retain the colonies as an integral portion of her dominion and that the government's action in granting polit ical autonomy to the Cubans was 'in opposition to the feeling of the country and to the solidarity of the nation.' "The Carlists hail this, coupled with General Weyler's attitude, aa a sign that even the Liberals regard the gov ernment of the regency as doomed and are already preparing to leave a sink ing ship. The Carlist organs daily at tack the regency and refer to the Duke of Madrid (Don Carlos) openly as 'El Rey.' It may be noted that no steps are taken against these Journals." For earache put a couple of drops of Thomas' Eclectric Oil on a bit of cotton and place it in the ear. The pain will stop in a few minutes. Simple enough isn't it. Dr Wood's Norway Pine Syrup seems sent as a special providence to little folks. Pleasant to take, perfectly harm less, absolutely sure to give instant re lief in all cases of cold or lung trouble. "For three year3 I have suffered from salt rheum. It covered my hands to such an extent that I could not wash them. Two bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters cured me." Libbie Young, Popes Mills, St Lawrence county, N. Y. Put an end to misery. Doan's Oint ment will cure the worst case of itch ing piles there ever was, and do it al most instantly. Years of suffering re leived in a single night. Get Doan's ointment from your dealer. FASHION NOVELTIES. There ia not much indication that woman will continue to patronize the nccordion-plaited skirt. Its popularity heralded it3 death. Buttons and buckles continue in pow er and are of oxidized silver and colored enamel. Wedgwood buttons set in steel rims are also becoming: popular. A beautiful driving coat in reseda cloth has a high collar and revers c(E old lace over white bordered with sable and ia drawn in at the waist by a smart belt. Dark-blue serge gowns', with a touch of plaid at the neck and waist, are much worn, and are very smart in appear ance. Toques are worn with these gowns more than hats. A stunning- little blouse coat, which would take courage to wear, however, is in orange color velvet, with short upper jacket and sleeves of caracul fur and a jetted belt. A delicate party gown is of maize sat in with a deep flounce of lace on either side of the skirt, kept in place by an embroidery of diamonds, crystals and silver,., the draped bodice likewise- em broidered" and having little revers of apricot velvet edged with mink.'' HOW TO PREVENT PNEUMONIA. At this time of the year a cold is very easily contracted and if left to run its course wthout the aid of some reliable cough medicine is liable to result in that dread disease, pneumonia. We know of no better remedy to cure a cough or cold than Chamberlain's cough remedy. We have used it quite extensively and it has always given en tire satisfaction. Olagah, Ind Ter Chief. This is the only remedy that is known to he a certain preventive of pneumonia. Among the many thous ands who have used it for colds and la grippe, we have never yet learned of a single case having resulted in pneumo nia. Persons who have weak lungs or have reason to fear an attack of pneu monia, should keep the remedy at hand. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by Apothecaries Hall Co, George M. Ladd, 854 South Main street. POULTRY PARAGRAPHS. " As soon as a brood of chickens is hatched burn the old nests. Sweet corn is one of the best feeds for growing chickens, supplying mus cle, bone and fat. Turkeys, geese and ducks are more subject to tape worm than are com mon fowls. See that the water supply is pure. A considerable economy can be ef fected by feeding to your fowls scraps from the table and refuse vegetables and fruits. A flock of 50 hens, well tended, should give a net profit of $50 a year. How can you make the same capital and la bor pay more? : One advantage in coaxing your hens to lay in winter is in their becoming broody early in the spring, and in only that way do we get the early pullota for the laying season the next fall. Finely pulverized clay makes a bet ter dust bath than pure sand, and it serves a better purpose, too, in mixing with the hen manure to prevent its getting nto clods and to absorb am monia ap the manure is decomposed. Farmers' Union. Don't bf; persuaded into buying lini ments without reputation or merit Chamberlain'3 Pain Balm costs no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many years. Such letters as the following, from L. G. Bagley, Hueneme, Cal, are constantly being re ceived: "The best remedy for pain I have ever used is Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and I say so after having used it in my family for several years." It cures rheumatism, lame back, sprains and swellings. For sale by Apotheca ries Hall Co, George M. Ladd, 854 South Main street, ").' " ' ' ATERTOWK JOTTli THE SUCCESS OF THE GRANGE SINGING SCHOOL. A New Piano Obtained and the Idea Meeting With Popular Approval Tom Shields and His Ticket for Klondike Bicycle Meeting The Football Dance This Evening Notes. The grauge singing school to-night will undoubtedly be attended by about eighty members, who are all enthusiastic over the drill. Prof A. W. Skilton will preside to-night, to the accompaniment of Mrs Wise, or ganist. A new piano has been se cured by the members of the grange and everything is progressing nicely. It is especially desired that all those who desire to join the classes will do so now, as to join later would inter fere materially with the progress of the work. A number of Tale students will ar rive in town to-night for the purpose of attending the celebrated football dance which takes place in Taft's school annually. This will be the most elaborate affair of the season, and all the elite of the town have been invited. Preparations are now in progress at the school for to-night, and the orchestra secured is one of exceptionally high ability. The young ladies' of St Margaret's school have been invited to be present and have manifested their intention of at tending. Those who are connected with the Bicycle club are talking of holding another meeting in a few days to pefeot plans for the spring campaign. The Sexta liera meets at Mrs George Woodward's to-day. Tom Shields starts for the Klondike district in the spring. The billiard rooms here will be con ducted in addition to another busi ness, and in that way it is expected the new enterprise will pay. The grangers met in the town hall last evening, where an enjoyable time was spent. All should remember the regular weekly class meeting to-night. The young people of the Congrega tional Church society are contem plating a sociable upon a large scale which will take place on New Tear's eve. Quite a number attended the box ing exhibition at the Auditorium last evening which was greatly ap preciated. Traveling is exceedingly heavy on our roads to-day. The real estate boom still con tinues. Heminway and Bartlett have the framework of their large tene ment raised and work will be pushed along rapidly. Dr Munger says that the fatal cases of scarlet fever here, spoken of by the New Tork Herald, have not as yet become apparent. Miss Tomlinson is now staying at the Episcopal parsonage. McLean Buckingham is home from Tale. WHAT DO THE CHILDREN DRINK? Don't give them tea or corfea. Have you tried the new food dirnk called Grain-O? It is delicious and nourish ing and taxes the place of coffee. The more Grain-O . you give the children the more health you distribute through their systems. Grain-O is made of pure grains, and when properly pre pared tastes like the choice grades of coffee, but costs about Vi as much. All grocers sell it, 15c and 25c. SEVEN DEATHS TO EXPLAIN. Now York Barber Held Fending: Investi gation Into Serious Charges. NEW YORK, Dec. 10 Charles Za noli, 51 years old, of 248 East One Hun dred and Twenty-fifth street, was ar rested yesterday afternoon by Central Office Detectives Aloncle and Carey on the charge of grand larceny and for gery. The complainant in the case is the Metropolitan Life Insurance com pany. The charge is a technical one and was made simply for the purpose of holding the prisoner until the detect ives have time to Investigate a more serious charge. There will be no diffi culty in holding the man upon the charge which now stands against him, for he admitted his guilt to Captain McClusky last night. But the crime of which Zanoli is sus pected Is murder not one murder, but three at least. Two of the supposed victims were Zanoli's wives. Since 18S.1 the man has been married five times. Four of his wives are dead, and each of these was insured. After the death of each Zanoli collected the Insurance. Besides this, Zanoli buried a man un der his own name and then collected the insurance on a policy he had taken out on his own life. He also buried a mother-in-law and a daughter, both insured, and collected. A Squeeze In December Wheat. CHICAGO, Dec. 10. December wheat shorts are in a bad way. There is a squeeze on such as has not been seen since September, 1888, when Old Hutch ran his famous corner and advanced prices to $2. The price yesterday ad vanced to $1.09. It touched that point twice, and about 30.000 bushels were sold at that figure. The advance from the low point was nearly 9 cents, and at the close sales were at $1.07, or 6i cents above the close of the day before. Suicided to Kicape Disgrace. LEBANON, Pa., Dec. 10. Luther L. Miller, a prominent business man of Myerstown, committed suioide rather than submit to arst and face a charge, cf forgery. 0AKVILLEJ1APPEHIKGS. WORKMEN APPEAL FOR A LITTLE RECOGNITION. Want the Depot Open These Cold Early Morning Hours Think That 6 :17 Is Too Early Another Success ful Night and the Close Of the Epis copal Fair Quite a Sum In the Treasui'3' Other Notes. The various workmen whose occu pation forces them to take the train for Waterbury every morning where they are engaged in the factories, are complaining bitterly these cold morn ings as regards the reception they are given when reaching the station shortly after 6 o'clock in the dark early hours. One gentleman, in conversation with a representative of the "Democrat" said : "We demand that the station here should bo opened every morning to allow hon est workingmen to enter and warm themselves by the lire the same as any other people. We come morning after morning and no agent is there, no door unlocked, no warm fire to greet us, but instead we stand upon the outside platform wher the pierc ing winds and rain penetrate to the very bone." The gentleman also added that it was no fun to get up in the middle of the night and stand around for an indefinite length of time with torture from the cold when they might just as well be inside whereby right a passenger has the privilege to remain. Jf anyone doubts the severity of this report they can soon demonstrate this by arising at half-past five out of a warm bed, dressing by lamp light, hearing the wind howl consolingly outside, eating a hasty breakfast and running off for the cars. The workmen, and they are not few in number, want to know why the train is run so early, 6 :17 is the leaving time. Tears ago it was later, and 6 :30 would give abundance of time to reach the city and get to the factory. Besides, a long cold winter is before us and all its disadvantages make themselves fully apparent. Last evening the ladies of the Evening Star society achieved an other pleasing success. This was to be the closing night and everybody came prepared for dancing. The tables were cleared away in the hall and the booths demolished, leaving absolutely nothing to interfere with, the enjoyments of the dances. It was tents admission last night but this did not stop the crowd of people thatjentered in a ceaseless row until the little building seemed jammed. Freeman's orchestra discoursed music of superior character and the deep tones of the prompter called out the numbers. Cake, coffee and other refreshments were served in a dainty manner by the ladies. It was a so cial and financial success. Wells Pv. Hosmer of Springfield, Mass, is in town. Business must be booming. Fifteen freight cars passed through here on the 1 :30 train yesterday. It is a matter of considerable pleas ure to announce that upon the fh'st night of the Spiscopal church fair the sum of $36 was taken in. This was very gratifying to the ladies. William Warner, Herbert Place, Col Atwood and a large number of others from here attended the boxing exhibition last evening in Waterbury. Mrs Arthur Straw, an exceptionally interesting speaker, addressed the members of the T. P. S. C. last enen. ing in the Congregational church. Over thirty building lots have been disposed of upon Newton Heights. Streets run in every direction and houses will spring up next yecr like mushrooms. CONSUMPTION POSITIVELY CURED R. B. Greeve, merchant of Chilhowie, Va, certifies that he had consumption and was given up to die, sought all medical treatment that money could procure, tried all cough remedies he could hear of, but got no relief; spent many nights sitting up in a chair; was induced to try Dr King's New Discovery and was cured by use of two bottles. For past three years has been attending to business and says Dr King's New Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made, as it has dene so much for him and also for others in his community. Dr King's Nw Discovery is guarnteed for coughs, colds and consumption. It don't fail. Trial bottles free at G. L. Dexter & Co's Drug store. LAKE, STROBEL & CO, 18K SEAMLESS WEDDING RINGS. SILVERWARE, CLOCKS And STATUARY. Inspectors of N. E. R. U. Watches. 3Dr 3D "Vr. Guarantees to cure every case Vol chronic disease which he consents to treat. The Doctor makes a specialty oi treating all forms of chronic disease, all diseases of the lungs, bronchial tubes, heart, stomach, iiver and kid neys, also all diseases of the nervous system, the blood, skinand urinary or gans, together with female derange ments, etc. Dr De Ver's method of treatment is the most scientific Known to modern medical science, and effects cures where all others fail. Dr De Ver has had wonderful experience in the Dublin, London and Edinburgh hos pitals, as well as in India, Africa and America. Office and residence 148 North Main street, Waterbury, Conn. Office hours, 10 a. m. to 12 rr., 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p. m. WATERTOWN AND OAKVILLE BUSINESS MEN BLANKETS A full assortment of STREET and STABLE BLANKETS on hand at oui Store. These are all stamped with the 5-A mark which every horseman knows to be the best. We have them anywhere in Street Blankets from 75c to $6.00; in Stable, from $1.00 to the famous "BAKER" at $5.00. Call and see them, and keep your hose warm. HARDWARE, TINNING, PLUMBING. , ' , ' F. E. WHEELER & CO, "Pythian Hall," Look at this Bargain Note Paper. 1 pound Extra Fine Quality CREAM WOVEN PAPER, with 100 ENVEL OPES to match, all for 35 cents. We also have some of the latest styles of Note Paper, at extremely low prices. Come in and see our Sleds. They are beauties. v O. C. Afwood's Post Office Drug Store. CHEAPISH FARMS. 9 Acres, House worth 18 Acres, House worth Can be bought for a few hundred Watertown Farms are desirable, B. H IMTTOOfi Pythian CHRISTMAS Is the happiest time in all the year, bu t it is a busy period just now at KIELTY'S store, on the corner, where the entire place is thrown open to public inspection. That array of FRE SHLY BAKED GOODS in the center is delicious, and no mistake. Chop up y our woodpile with one of our new axes; try 'em; buy 'em, and be convin ced. If you want anything for Christ-1 mas and don't see it, just let us know. wait upon you. Yours for pat ronage, J. J. Keilty's Corner Store, Watertown. G AMUEL HOSKIX, landscape garden- er and grader in all its branches. o RDER YOUR wood and coal from C. E. Warner's Mill, Oakville. DISTRICT OP WATERBURY. ss. Probate Court. Deo 7th. 1897. Estate of Dennis .Mitchell, late oi Water bury. ihsaid district deceased. Upon the application oi Edward P. Cole, executor of said estate, praying for an order to sell all the real estate of said deceased, to wit a certain piece of land, with a brick block snd a building thereon standing, situated at the corner of Bark and Leonard streets in said Waterbury: The lots and hrick Mock and other buildings thereon standing, known as numbers 869 find 885 inclusive, on Bank street Waterbury. The dwelling house and lot num hcr 4 Green street. Waterbury: Tlio dwel liouses number 36 and 39 inclusive. S jmmit street. Witeibury;the interest of rhe estate being an equity of redemption in each of iha said above described parcels of land, as per application on file more fully appears, it is Ordered, That said application be heard nnd determined at the Probate Office In Waterbury. in said district on the nth day of Dec, 1897. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendency of said application and the time and place of hear ing by publishing this order 3 times in some newspaper having a circulation in said district. By order of the Court. JAMES J. CASSIN. Clerk of Probate. BEST BREAD FLOUR IN AMERICA; DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT. TRY !T. Price no more than the "just as good " All first-class grocers sell it. THE F. C. BUSHNEL CO. SOLE MILLERS' AGENTS. Florida and tfee Winter Resorts of the South. TAKE Clyde Line, Only Direct Route to FLORIDA And Avoid Transfers. Steamers Finest in the Coastwise Service. Sailing Tri-WeeHy. For descriptive matter or any informa tion call or address A. P. LANE, N. E. Agent, 201 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. T. G. EGER, T. M Bowling Green, New York. QpS THEM- J 00 YOU DOUBT IT? H, i (wonders Water town Conn. $1,200. $1,500. Price of whole $2,000 Price ofjn-hole $1,500 dollars down. Balauce mortgage, even if they are low in price. Hall Building, Watertown We will esteem it a great pleasure to X MAN - WANTED To build up a firs? class trade, in Meat. Canned Goods and Provisions, and can start with very small capital. Best time in the year to start in. right before Christmas. Corres pondence solicited, tients reasonable. J. D. KENNEDY. Oakville. "RAZORS for sale and honed at Millers Barber Shop, Old Town Hall bldg. BOOTS and Shoes repaired. Charles Rogers, Full stock of goods. ERNEST ZEIDLER, Hair Cutting, Shave, Shampoo, stand near depot THE BEST advertising medium for the business men and the people is, pre-eminently the "Waterbury Evening Democrat." This fact is conceded by all JOHN EVANS, Florist; Funeral fJ Work a specialty. A trial solicited. D. J. MACK, MERCHANT :-: TAILOR. ' . 5ca " Everything New and Up-to-Date. HIGH CLASS WORK AT LOW PRICES. O South JVIa-in St. BOHL'S BLOCK. WM PASTERNAK & BR0., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Wines and Xaicj.-u.ors 299 BANIv STREET. All goods sold retail at wholesale prices. Whisltey at $1.60, $1.75, $2. 2.60, $3, $3.60 and $4 rier gallon. California, Port, and Sherries at 76o. $1 $1.60 and $2 per gallon. Muscatell, Angelica and Catawba ' at $1. $1.60 and $2 tier gallon. Old Eye whiskey at 36c. 60e. 76c and $1 rer bottle. California, Ports, Sherries. Muscatell. Cat awb and Angelica at 23c. sec. 36u. soc and 76e per bottle For Christmas we will give a handsome present to eacn purcnaser oi $1.50 worth. THE CELEBRATED ANHEUSER-BUSCH BUDWEISER LIGHT and iiUNCHSEK DARK. The most popular and wholesome of Beers on draught. ANHEUSER-BUSCH BOTTLED LAGER for Table Use. Telephone, 155-13. M. J. McEvoy's Cafe, Exchange Place, Waterbury Cons. The Big Demijohn, O O O O (3 Have a large stock of goods for the holidays, and will be sold by the bottle at case prices. Holland Gin, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 per bottle. American Gin, 40c, 50c, 65c per bottle. Imported Tom Gin, 75c per bottle. Imported Brandies, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 per bottle. California Brandy, 50c, 75c and $1.00 per bottle. Rye and Bourbon Whiskey, 40c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 per bottle. Duffy Malt Whiskey, 75c per bottle. Jamaica Rum and Maple Sugar, good for coughs and colds, 75c per bottle. California Port Sherry, Angelica Claret, 25c per bottle; 5 bottles for $1.00. 5am riunch, New York Liquor Warehouse. 15-17 Grandest., Opp Sath Sfaia,,." f Sign of iiis LemijOfiAt Take a Peep at Our Big Windows. HOLIDAY GOODS XMASOIFfS THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT AT THE LOWEST WHOLESALE ,. PRICES. V V BIG VALUES FOR THIS WEEK. A PARTIAL LIST OF WHAT OUR STOCK COMPRISES. ' 'v Men's and Young Men's Over- . , . ; coats and Ulsters, prices from $5.50 to $22.50 Men's and Young Men's Dress . . j and Business Suits, prices from $4.50 to $25.00 Men's and Youth's Full Dress,' and Tuxedo Suits, for sale or-rent. Boys' and Children's ' Overcoats and Reefers, from $1.48 to $12.00 Boys' and Children's Sunday and Every-day Suits, 50 different';-.' styles, from $1.10 to $12.00 Boys' Knee Pants, from lSC ta$L50 Smoking Jackets, House Coats, J Bath Robes, Night Shirts, from $2.75 to $12.00 WARM UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES, SWEATERS, CARDIGANS, SILK UMBRELLAS, ' ; SILK MUFFLERS, ! 1 HANDKERCHIEFS. Exclusive Neckwear and Shirts,, Hats ' and Caps, at ,. ( ROCHESTER CLOTHING CO. When you sit in one, if the back does'nt fit you, change it's posi tion to one that will bring a feeling of comfort and delight ful ease. Prices com mence at j $4,95. J. M. Burrall & Co 60 Bank St. t- UNDERTAKING in all its branches Telephone, D. M. Stewart, 101 Frank lin St. Messenger Boy for C. E. Sey mour, 184 Maple street. "The BBer That's Drank " THE HELLMAIiH BREBI3G CO Lapr Beer, Ales & Porter, Imported Erlanger Hoffbreau. LANGER, BAVARIA. On draught at J. W. HODSON'S, $ EXCHANGE .PLACE. Tephona. FTJK.ES - LIQUORS . b or .vieuicinal and ocuer pui iiv-oci The larges stock of Bottled Goods in the city to select from. Fiegen-. span's Bottled Ale and Porter is tha best for family use. . T. E. GUEST,- 95 SOUTH MAIN ST. T. H. HAYES, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fof-' Sign and Domestic Ates, Wines",; , Liquors and Cigars. . j 34 AND 36 EAST MAIN ST. l" Goods delivered on telephone call to any part of the city. Telephone, 70. . NEWENGLAND Liquoi; Warehoused , Cor. Union and South Main Sfc,- Holiday Wines v and Liquors. Golden Wedding Whiskey, $3.00 per gallon ; 75c j er quart. Old Crow Whiskey, $3.03 per gallon ; 75c per quart. Guckenheimer Whiskey,- $3.00 per gallon : 75c per quart. Sherwood Rye Whiskey, $3.00 per gallon ; 7rc per quart. Mouut Verhou Rye Wniskey, $4.09 per gallon; Si. 00 per quart. Old Rye Whiskey, $2.00 per gallon; 50c per quart. Old Rye Malt Gid, $2.00 per gallon ; 50c per quart. Old New England Rum. $2.00 per gal lon ; 50c per ouart. . . Old Cider Brandy, 2.00 per gallon -50c per ruart. , Old Tom Gin, $2.00 per gallon ; oljj per quart. , i Old California Brandy, $2.03 per -a. Ion ; 50c oer quart. ' Old California Wines, $1.C0 per gallon 25c per quart. ' Good California Wines, 75c per gal lon ; 2Cc per quart. ' '. Every purchaser of from $3 to 4 worth of our wines ;md linuors will et a bottle of good whisl-.ev 1'KEE " - i Frank Brothers . & Co. . v..