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WATERBTJR1 EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1897. r
HADGATDCK IWnat the People Are Doing and Talking About. There will be a eupper given next Friday evening by the Union City chapel Sunday school officers, to raise means to provide presents for the children for their holiday enter tainment. Ail are invited to assist. Ibfi membership committee of the X. M. C. A. are requested to meet at the rooms this evening at 7 :45 o'clock to attend to business of importance. .- . . . -r-. 1 1 itr:nn lume unistrom-rieiiniu auu xu-iaa Mackenzie sang in Waterbury for the Swedish church on Saturday evening. The Church Helpers of St Mich ael's, who have their sale of fancy goods and domestlo bakery at St Michael's chapel on Tuesday, 21st lnet, expect to show the finest dis play of articles ever offered here at fair.' The members of the womeD 's Stud v club meet to-morrow. They have been having a good sale of tickets for iianiDai a. w imams at me i-arisn house on December 20. The bank wall at the trolley station is progressing slowly. It is not the handiest place that could be found to lay stone, and there is quite a stretch of it to lay. The Insurance companies that have carried fire risks on property in this boroutrh aurintr the past year must have made considerable money. The losses have been very small. Union City end has also been very for tunate with four to six large build ings with a scant lot of apparatus. Chief Fu'ler has nsked for a building at the City and a lot ha3 been bought for the same. There is a fair proba bility that there will be a special ap propriation asked for next spring to b.tild a houfe there. That end of town has been growing of late years very faet. The property owners have a right to demand better protection. The new branch of work, druggists' specialties, started last fall by the Glove Co, keeps increasing in volume every week. There are already em ployed quite a number of out well known young misses just out of echool, besides the older ones and male help. It bids fair to make em ployment for a good many hands. Some one asks us what the boronph clerk will do now that the appropri ation is used, up to pay his salary. ETe will do just what he has been doiog draw sixty odd- dollars fi month just what the board voted for hirn to have, and the next board will bavo to npproprito $300 extra to make up the deficiency. Mr Cook ha? attended to the borough's business ns well, If not better, than any clerk wc have had, and a $500 appropiintion for the clerk's salary is not a fair one in proportion to what all other bor ough clerks have reesived., Mr Hun f?rrrord had $600 and got a raise. Mr 'JTcr.ry valued bis services at $1,000 one! got it. Mr Conway had $830. Sixty doll.-.r3 a month is small enough CrnpcDS'tfion for the responsibilities O" the office, and when a good men Obr.nins the office he should bo held t'j?Te regardless or pnrly, and wheu CUch a man obtains tlio office, al tbongh he may have party prefer ence", he should have good sense enough not. to loan himself to either party. We are hiring a chief of police for $50 a year, according to the vote, but, the borough clerk was vftted 800. The remains of I a B. Wooster, cged C2 years, of Prospect, will be buried from the Congregational church in that torrn to-morrow at 3 p. m. The interment will b9 in Hill- The Germania Maonnerchor are to give a masquerade dance at Ger mania hall on January 14. Tho. Women's auxiliary, T. M. C. A., will hold their regular monthly meeting at their rooms this evening. The rain of yesterday morning kept very many from going to church, al though it did not effect the congre gation very much at St Francis' church. At the Congregational Prof Stevens of Yale university took for his subject "The Compleleness of Christ." There was c. light attend ance, as there was also at St Mich ael's and the M. E. church, where the regular pastors preached. In the evening there were more out. At the Baptist mission at Union City there were nearly fifty out for morning ser- - vice, with a good sized congregation in the evening, to hear the Kev Mr "Eanna. At the Pythian hall Baptist missipn the Kev Mr Nichols preached to 'an audience of seventy -five. At the Y. M. C. A. rooms Superintendent of the Rescue mission at Waterbury addressed an audience of men. Sec retary Hoar spoke in Torrington. St Francis church was densely racked last night, the occasion being the organization of a junior branch of the Children of Mary. The music, rendered by the choir and Jjord's or chestra, was very fine. The sermon was preached by the Rev Father bona of Waterbury. There was a . i .. e : ..1 1. .1 large nu ill uer ui iiics wuw jjjiij.ci.ieu in, who, after the sermon, were made members of the society. It was 10 o'clock before the service was over. The following named ,are officers elect ol tba Congregational Bunds;? school for the ensuing year: Super intendent, li. D. Warner; vice-superintendents, Lewis C. Warner, Mrs A. H. Devoir, Frank Warren ; secretary, Frank Goodyear; treasurer, George Soule; librarian, Fred Barnum. Mrs Jackson was the speaker at the M. E. church last evening. Gavel lodge, Kof P., will work the second degree on two candidates this evening. Thomas O'Loughlin is attending a meeting of state officers of Foresters at Bridgeport to-day. Manager McGinness has booked Jack Eeid's company of comedians in the comedy farce, "Guess," with B. B. D. B. Reid as the star for to morrow night'at the opera house. Mr N. N. Ostium, well known at Woodstock, Mich, was troubled with a lame back. He was persuaded to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It gave him relief in one night. This remedy is also famous for its cures cf rheuma tism. For sale by Apothecaries Hall Co and Gerge M. Ladd, 854 South Main street. RELICS FOUND. Interesting Discoveries Made Relating to the Mound Builders. ST. PAUL, Dec. 13. Interesting relic3 of prehistoric times has been discover ed on the banks of the Chippewa river, in northern "Wisconsin, just between Maple and Potato creeks. A party of hunters discovered three mounds at this spot whose curious appearance and symmetrical construction at once indi cated that they were the work of the Mound Builders. The skull and leg: bones of a human being were found close to the bottom of the mound and were taken j.t in fairly good condi tion. The skull -was as large around as a half bushel measure, and Dr. McCor mick estimated the height of the man, judging- by the bones of the leg, to be at least nine feet and six inches. The skull and chest of another skeleton, much smaller than the first, probably a woman, were found beside the other. While exoavating, there was picked up a slender rod of copper, finely mold ed and as rigid as a piece of steel. The rod is about doule the thickness of a shoemaker's needle and nearly 13 inches long. So finely tempered is the copper that the strongest man could not bend or break it. SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE. Allow a cough to run until It gets be yond the reach o medicine. They often say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it wears them away. Could they bo induced to ry the suc cessful medicine called Kemp's Bal sam, which is sold on a positive guar antee to cure they would immediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dese. Price 25c and 50c. Trial size free. At all druggists. . - Tnmmany Enrolls Kustls. LAKEWOOD, N. J., Dec. 13. Richard Croker held the reins during a drive that may become historic, for he had as a companion former Embassador to Prance James B. Eustis, and it was an nounced upon their return to the hotel that Mr. Eustis had agreed to accept an flection to the general committee in the Twenty-fifth assembly district as a pre liminary step to his selection as chair man of the general committee of Tam many Hall. T'ostoQlco XEnrned. DURHAM, N. H., Dec. 13. The post artlce, the general store of Alvin Jack icn and the New Hampshire Agricul tural college dormitory for women have been destroyed by Are. The postoffice fixtures and property were saved, while Jackson's stock and household goods .vera entirely consumed. The state owned the dormitory and postoffice building. Total loss about $7,000. Novel 5hipnant of Livestock. WATERVILLE, Me., Dec. 13A $1,200 shipment of cats has been made to a Philadelphia merchant, who has con nived the novelty of placing them or. sale in a big department store in Ihs Quaker City. The shipment included 100 kittens. To Red nee Trice of Typewriters, CHICAGO, Dec. 13. Typewriter men here say that 1S98 will see big cuts In the prices of machines. The high prices maintained by the trust have given the opposition companies opportunity to fight the trust with the latter's old ma. chines. Wanted to Hunt For Gold. NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., Dec. 13. Three Jersey boys, who said that they were on their way to the Klondike and carried each a pick and shovel, have been intercepted here by the police. The boys are each about 14 years old. To Engajre Fewer Men. KINGSTON, N..T., Dec. 13. The Del aware and Hudson Canal company has issued a circular announcing that only half the usual number of boatmen will hereafter be engaged, owing to the de crease in shipments of coal by canal. Fatal Attempt to Board Trains SCHENECTADY, N. T., Dec. 13. Gus Hettrick was killed in this city while trying to board a Central Hudson freight train. He fell under the wheels and received injuries from which he died two hours later. His family resides in Saratoga Springs. HOW TO PREVENT PNEUMONIA At this time of the year a cold is very easily contracted and if left to run its .'.ourse 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 be 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, - - -. WORK OX THE ELECTRIC LINE RESUMED AGAIN. Traction Company Employes Begin Work This Morning The Electric Light At the Corner Or St John's Church Advertised Letters In the Tost Office Dance This Evening In Town Hall Notes. Once more tlio Waterbury Traction Co have taken hold of their oloctric light project with a view to pushing it through rapidly. A dozen or more workmen began operations. early this morning near the old cemetery where the work was stopped temporarily on account of disagreement or misunder standing, it is said, between certain property owners and the company. The location of the poles was unde cided, but now the holes are being made for the reniainiug number of poles. There will be a largo light upon the corner of the St John's church property which will be kept illuminated every evening for the convenience of the traveling public. There will be one located directly in the rear of the church near the horse sheds. The line will continue up the hill pastMr Coligan's running along the green to thi Episcopal church where lights will be inserted and thence to Mr Taft's school. It is promised that the electric lights will be flashing meriily in Watertown by Christmas. Every mason who has an active in terest in his lodge should be present this evening nt the regular annual meeting when officers for the coining year will be duly nominated and in stalled. The call for the citizen's meeting to-morrow night should meet with a favorable reception from the public. The subject under contemplation is the organization of a fire district. Every fireman in the company is watching the results with careful In terest. The Columbia pad calendars for 1808 are out. Trice ten cents. There were no extra services in the churches yesterday. The members of the Gilden Cross society are anticipating a pleasant evening for to-night. Four candi dates are to be admitted and their application papers received. . Look out for the clothes line thieyes these moonlicht nights. They are raising havoc in Oakville. . The, East Side, correspondent must be taking a vacation. E. C. Margraff spent Sunday with Prof Bonn of Waterbur3r. The traveling is very heavy to-day. Mr Philip Brahan is now traveling for a wholesale and retail cigar Jlrm. He was in town last week. The Center school will commence Monday, December 27. All scholars please remember. The advertised letter. awaiting ownership at the post office this week are as follows: Miss Alice Matthews, care Mr Atwood ; Mrs Grace Fenu, Minnie Smith, Florence P. Waters, F. D. Cady, William Gilbert, W. II. Hylan, Charles Jackson and W. G. Kiehards. There will be an informal danco in the court room of the Town hall this evening where Freeman's orchestra will discourse muic. Mr Cam, will prompt. . There will bo no admission, but each'' gentleman is expected to pay his share of the total expenser. Dancing will commence at 0 o'clock. Everybody is extended a cordial in vitation to attend. Don't bf' persuaded Into "onylng lini ments without reputation or merit Chamberlain's Pain Balm costs no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many years. Suqh 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. ' A Mysterious DlAsppeirnnfiA, COUNCIL BLUFFS, la., Dec. 13. R. N. Whittlesey, surveyor of customs for the port of Council Bluffs, has disap peared under circumstances that lead to the conclusion that he is a heavy de faulter. He secured from a local im porter on Thursday $2,100 to cover duty on a consignment. Instead of sending the money to the subtreasury at Chi cago he took it home with him. lie left the house that evening and has not since been seen. Recently he admitted to friends that he was short In his ac counts with the government and se cured some money to help him settle. His books cannot be found. Trains Wrecked Near VVilkesbarre. WILKESBARRE, Pa., Doc. 13. A big wreck occurred in the long Vossburg 4unncl, on the Lehigh Valley railroad, near here, which was remarkable inas much as there was no loss of life. The loss comprises two engines, four cars j of oats, totally, destroyed; 16 cars of j general freight badly wrecked and eight rars of coal broken up. The wreck was the result of a rear end collision. Sleigli Konte to Dawson. VICTORIA, B. C, Dec. 13. Sir Charles Tupper, late premier of Can ada, has perfected a gigantic scheme for securing winter .communication with the Klondike by a relay Flcigh or ilrosky route via the Stikeen river and Teslin lake. He will dispatch a pioneer party to Dawson on New Year's day. . ARRANGEMENTS OF THE LADIES FOR CHRISTMAS. The Leading Women Of the Congre gational Church Work Sedulously For the Children's Happiness The Programme Already Under Prog ressSunday In the Churches Town Without Kerosene Oil Un common Case Of a Local Mac To-day is the 13th of December, the month of merry Christmas, and in a very few days that historical date will be observed. The Congregational Church society have commenced its customary observances and have under contemplation au unique pro gramme of rare interest and pleasure to the young folks who are exceed ingly enthusiastic pertaining to events of this character. For the past two weeks Mrs Robinson and Mrs Robert Warner have endeavored to assemble the young people to gether and drill theni in variotis ex ercises such as Christmas carols, songs, speeches, poems and dia logues. They meet every Saturday afternoon in the chapel and rehearse to organ accompaniment. All Oak ville people will be pleased to learn that a grand celebration will bo held a few days after Christmas in the church. The exercises will commence at 8 o'clock. In one corner of the church will be placed a mammoth tree, glittering with decorations and mysterious bundles. Candles will be lighted at the proper time. The en tire body of children constituting the Sunday school classes will then join in with vim and spirit singing carols Speeches will be made with dialogues and poems. Undoubtedly the hap piest and most enjoyable feature of the evening will be the arrival of Santa Claus in a reindeer sleigh and genuino northern bells. Ho will carry a pack of presents, entering the building amidst the chimes of bells and make a speech of welcome after which the smaller children will be presented with offerings from Santa Claus. The older scholars will re ceive theirs from the tree. Miss Daisie A. Ineson of Water bury will speak at the Y. P. S. C. 3. meeting this week, using as her sub ject "One thing I have learned from Pauls lifo of writings." Edna Judd speaks next week. Miss Dix and Miss Murtha recently enjoyed a pleasant visit in Hartford. They wore entertained in a royal manner while there. Oakville came near being without kerosene oil Saturday. The supply wagon from the Standard Oil Co comes but once a week, every Mon day, and Mr Warner's large tank of 2C0 gallons was exhausted, several cans awaiting filling and Mr Douglass did not have an over abundance, as his tank is much smaller than the one at Warner's store. This exempli fies the amount of oil used here weekly and it is expected that Mr Warner will be obliged to invest in a tank of larger capacity, although this one has only recently been pur chased. The Misses Beardsleys are enter taining relatives from out of town. Some time in early summer Philo Newell complained of soveral pains in his back and side which was thought to be rhoumatism. He went to a doctor who prescribed medicine for him which did no good. Last week he went to a specialist who in formed him that he could not be cured as ho had paralysis of the spiue. The customary Sunday services in tho churches wero well attended yes. terday. Another Clifcaco Blare. CHICAGO, Dec. 13. A fire originating in the basement of the six-story build ing at 106-112 Wabash avenue caused a loss of over $50,000. The flames started In the boiler room and spread rapidly through the cellar, filled with rubbish, which gave out a dense smoke. The first floor, which was occupied by the E. II. Sargent Drug company, was par tially destroyed. This firm suffered a loss of $27,000. Losses to other tenants and damage to the building bring the total up to $50,000; fully insured. Thou sands of sightseers blocked Wabash avenue and the elevated loop structure, causing much trouble to the police. THE GREAT HUXLEY. What Huxley the Great English Scien tist, Considered the Best Start in Life. The great English scientist, Huxley, said the beat start in life is a sound sl'om'ncn. Weak stomachs fail to di gest food properly because they lack the proper quantity of digestive acida (lactic and hydrochloric) and pepto genic products ;tho most sensible rem edy in all cases of indigestion, is to take after each meal one or two of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets because they MipPI'ly bi a pleasant, harmless form all the elements that weak stom achs lack. The regular use of Stuart's Dyspep sia Tablets will cure every form of stomach trouble except cancer of the stomach. Tlicy increase1 flesh, insure pure blood, strong nerves, a bright eye and clear complexion, because all these re sult only from wholesome food well di gested. Nearly all druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets at 50 cents full sized package. Send for free book on Stomach Troubles to Stuart Co, Marshall, Mich. WATERTOWN AND OAKVILLE BUSINESS MEN BLANKETS A full assortment of STREET and STABLE BLANKETS on hand at our 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. . , , : i F. E. WHEELER & CO, 4 '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 styies of Note Paper, at extremely low prices. Come in and see our Sleds. They are beauties. B. C. Atwood's Post Office Drug Store. CHEAPISH FARMS. 9 Acres, House worth $1,200. Price of whole $2,000 18 Acres, House worth $1,500. Price ofjwhole $1,500 Can be bought for a few (hundred dollars down. Balance mortgage. Watertown Farms are desirable, even if they tire low in price. B. H. MATTQON, Pythian v CHRISTMAS Is the happiest time in all the year, but 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 FRESHLY BAKED GOODS in the center is delicious, and no mistake. Chop up your woodpile with one of our new axes; try 'em; buy 'em, and' be convinced. If you want anything for Christ mas and don't see it, just let us know. We will esteem it a great pleasure to wait upon you. Yours for patronage, . : J. J. Keilty's Corner Store, Watertown. C AMUEL HOSKIN, landscape garden- er aud grader iu all its branched o EDER YOUR wood and conl from C. E. Warner's Mill,' Oakville. v . .SAGASTA ONMESSAGEr He Hadn't Expected so Much From the President. SPAIN CAN FIND NO FAULT Tlie MeiKe Open to Criticism in Some Detnlls, lnt Ike - Premier Thinks) It Will Allect tlie Cuban Cause Adversely. London, Dee. 13. It la chiefly because attention has been distracted towards China that Europe has taken little in terest in President McKinley's 1 mes sage. Spain alone has looked to it as embodying the fate of that nation dur ing the next few months. There; was at first some erratic comment in Mad-j rid, but the Sagasta Ministry has made extraordinary efforts to impress the mildest possible interpretation of the President's language upon Spanish minds. Senor Sagasta himself has done this publicly and privately in a most assiduous way. This is a sample of his language: "I did not expect bo much from Pres ident McKinley. The question of the rights of nations is dealt -w ith in .an excellent manner. As regards the Pres ident's utterances in respect to work achieved by the Spanish Government we can find no fault with them. . They do us Justice. There were in the mes sage certain details to which, it . was at first thought, our Govercment might take exception. It is the old question. Ever since 1823, when the Cuban ques tion originated, it has been these de tails which have caused misunder standings. That is the only fault J pan find with the message. "I believe the message will have an immediate effect on affairs in Cuba. It must affect the insurrection consider ably and in an adverse way, while, our reforms will receive a powerful stimu lant. The Cortes will not yt be dis solved. It is necessary that we know the effect of the message on the United States Congress. We shall see very soon. The terms employed by Presi dent McKinley have given the liveliest satisfaction to the whole Corps Diplo matique in Madrid and all Its members have congratulated me by telephone." It is, of course, necessary to the plans of Senor Sagasta's Government hat Spain should accept the message in this spirit, but it is by no means certain that the country will look, at the situa tion through the Premier's spectacles. WHAT DO THE! CHILDREN DRINK? Don't give them tea or coffee. 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 as much. All grocers sell it. 15c and 25c. ID 3? ID "V"r Guarantees to cure every case oV chronic disease which he consents to treat. The Doctor makes a specialty of treating all forms of chronic disease, all diseases of the lungs, bronchial tubes, heart, stomach," liver and kid neys, also all diseases of the nervoua system, the blood, skin and 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 118 North Main street, Waterbury, Conn. Office hours, 10 a. m. to 12 m.. 2 to 4 and C to 0 p. m, Watertown Conn. Hall Building, Watertown MAN - WANTED To build up a first class trade, in Meat. Canned Goods and Provisions, and enn start with very small capital. Best time in the year to start in. rieht before Christmas. Crres pondonce solicited. I(ents reasonable. J. D. KENNEDY. Oakville. "RAZORS for sale and honed at Millers J-tJ Barber Shop, Old Town Hall bldg. TOOTS and Shoes repaired. Charles Rogers, Full stock of goods. ERNEST ZEIDLER, Hair Cutting, Shave, Shampoo, stand near depot rPHE 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. Everything New and Up-to-Date. HIGH CLASS WORK AT LOW PRICES.; 80 Sou-tli Main St. BOHL'S BLOCK. WM PASTERNAK & BR0., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Wines and I.iQ.-u.orS 209 BANK STREETy All goods sold retail at wholesale pr'ccs. "Whiskey at $1,60, $1.75. $2, t2.50, to, $3,00 and $4 cer gallon. California. Pnrt, and Sherries atJOe. $1 $1.50 aDd $2 nor gallon. Museatell, Angelica and Catawba at $. $1.60 and $2 per gallon. Old Eye Wliiskty at 35c. BOc. 70c and $1 rer bottle. California. Ports, Sherries. Muscatell. Cat awba and Angolioaat 28o 26c. Mo. 60c and 75c per bottle For Christmas wn will give a handsome present to each purchaser of $1.60 worth. THE. CELEBRATED ANHEUSER-BUSCH BUDWEISER LIGHT and MUIMCHNER DARK. The most popular and wholesome of Beers on draught. -ANHEUSER-BUSCH BOTTLED LAGER for Table Use. Telephone, 153-1.3. M. J. McEvoy's Cafe, Exchange Place, Waterbury Conn. The Big ennjohn, 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, BOc, 75c and $1.00 per bottle. Rye and Bourbon Whiskey, 40c 50c 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 per bottle. Duffy Malt Whiskey, 75e 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 Hunch, New York Liquor Warehouse.' 15-17 Grand St., Opp South Mala. Sign' of. Big Demijohn. AT THE Bochester - f I, ),! GRAND HOLIDAY NING. 'Presents for the Old and Young, the Poor and Rich, the Economical.', or those who make quality a first consid eration; for the Husband, Son, Broth er, Sweetheart. Goods that are useful, worthy and of intrinsic merit. This will be a WEEK OF GLORIOUS BUY ING OPPORTUNITIES for shrewd and economical CLOTHING and 'CHRISTMAS GIFT PURCHASERS, ft the popular ; ROCHESTER CLOTHING CO.' Present Purchasing Period- Now is the time to be thinking of, what presents you'll make. We can help you our stock will help4 you. What better present could" you give than a piece of furniture ? An odd chair, a table, a couoh.j There are many things a visit to our store would suggest. Come ' and see them. We'll be glad to t show you round even if you only come to see. J. M. Burrall&Co 60 Bank St. UNDERTAKING in all its branches. Telephone, D. M. Stewart, 101 Frank lin St. Messenger Boy for C. E. Sey- . mour, 184 Maple street. : "The BeerThat's Drank it ' THE HELLMAKK BREWlKG C0'3 Lager Beer, AIgs & Poriei. Imported Erlanger Hoffbreatt ivtADE BY FltAhi HiKlCll, Liv- , LANGER, BAVARIA. ' On draught at J. W. HODSQN'S, 18 EXCHANGE PLACE. Tephone. . . , 3PXJR.2C - LIQUOR'S t or Atedicinal and ouier pui po4si v The larges stock of Bottled Grfofls in the city to select from. Fiegen- span's Bottled Ale and Porter is the best for family use. . , T. E. GUEST 95 SOUTH MAIN ST. ,u i . . T. H. HAYES, ' Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fop-' eign and Domestic Aies, Wines ', Liquors and Cigars. , j ; 34 AND 36 EAST MAIN ST. Goods delivered on telephone call to any part of the city. ' Telephone. 70,y 1 NEW ENGLAND Liquor Warehouse. Cor. Onion and South Main Sti Holiday Wines and Liquors- Goldeu Wedding Whiskey, $3.00 per gallon; 75c per quart. Old Crow AYhiskey, $3.03 per gallon; 75c per quart. Guckeuheimer Whiskey, $3.00 per gallon ; 75c per quart. Sherwood Rye Vhikey, $3.00 per gallon ; 75c per quart. Mount Veruon Rye Whiskey, $4.00 per gallou; $1.00 per quart.. . V . Old Rye Whiskey, 2.00 per gallon; 50c per quart. Old Rye Malt Gin, $2.00 per gallon ; 50c per quart. ' ' - ' ... . Old New Lnirhmd Rum. $2.00 per gal lon ; 60e per uuai t. - , ; Old Cider Brandy, 2.00 per gallon; C0e per quart. - ,( Old Tom Gin, $2.00 rer gallon; 5"!c ' per quart. Old California Brandy, $2.05 j er : al ien ; SOe per quart. , Old California Wines, $1.00 per gallou ; 25o per quart. .i. v ; Good California Wines, Too per gal lon ; 20c per i"art. ,. -i Every purchaser of from 53 to 4 worth of our wines and lionors will get a bottle of good whiskey I'REE. Frank Brothers & Co.