■i — -lJ
■ nlrmll.l Slutn U«Ui«r«l lk«
I’M four mMtMl schooner Wiiliim U.
Palmar hat been obarterad to load coal at
Phi'adelphl* for Cape Town, South Afri
ca, at S6 shillings per ton. The Palmer,
which Is in oommand of Captain Mo
Donald, has just finished discharging a
cargo of grain at New York. She will
proceed at once to Philadelphia to take
on her cargo of fuel.
[Owing to the steamer St. Crcix being
behind lime the will not leave Poston for
St. John until Tuesdav morning at 8.15
The new cog wheel at the marine rail
wav was put in plaoe Saturday and tin
'Tremont was taken otf the ways without
a hitch and the ooean tug loe King went
on to have her propeller wheel repaired.
Considerable ooal was brought into the
harbor yesterday, among the vessels were
the Prlttanio from Cape Briton, the
barae Oak Bill and the four master
Oeorge K. Parks
There was quite a Beet of wlndboand
vessels in yesterday, all walling for
favorable weather to go westward.
THE ELROY STOCK COMPANY.
The Elroy Stook Company, reoognized
as one of the leading popular priced at
tractions, will commence its annual en
gagement at the Jefferson theatre
this evening, 5 presenting " the
successful oomedy drama, *‘A Tramti s
Daughter.1’ The Elroy company this
season is cacable and versatile, number
ing SO people, Including Lillian Mae
.1_s..d 1 ala Mnwelann Va I hnPCf 11 WPP .
maun, Madge Whyte, W. A. Brummell,
Edward O'Kelley, William Hunt, Will
L. White, Heahanjind Masootte, Moran
and MoCIellaml and others There will
he a ohange of play and specialties at eaoh
perform one a. The dally matinees will
commence Tuesday. Monday night will
be ladles' night. Tuesday afternoon the
latest sensational suocess, entitled “Lot*
end Money," will be presented, and Tees
day night a pleasing novelty, tbe great
Swedish Amerloan oomedy, “Hans Han
son,will be the bill.
THE NEW YOKK NOVELTY CO.
The Portland theatre patrons will have
a rest thli week from repertoire compa
nies and try a week of the strongest and
best vaudeville company on tbe road this
season, tbe New York Novelty oompany,
and to strengthen this line company and
to make It the strongest Christmas bill
that any theatre In this city has had
for a number of years. Manager Hounds
Instructed hie agent In Boston to preenre
tbe best vaudeville acts that be could
get at Keith's theatre and Hoston Mu
sic Ilall.and hlseucc ss Is not questioned,
as the following acts are a part: Millie
JJelmore, who mnde such a furore at
Hlverton last summer, and Boston Is
talking about her great tire danoe; Heed
and Backet In the re Li n ad sketch, lienor
and lieno, ooir.edy acrobats: Prof. Kane,
the great ventriloquist; Tom Kelly, a
most retlned luiitone; Helen Arnstrome,
the lightning change artiste; Maud He
lora, America a greatest lady contortion
BOUTON HOMLES’S LECTURES
Mr. Burton Holmes will begin hts
eighth season of Illustrated lectures on
travel at City ha'l. January S4td, 1901.
The subjects are unusually varied and
relata to lands and peoples, partloulsrly
Interesting just at this present time.
The lirst toplo Is ’"The Edge of China"
than which none could be more oppor
tune. Tnls country was visited by Mr.
Holmes in 1819, but the lecture nas been
held by btm until events should so ripen
a« to make It, what 11 uow- la, the most
absorbing topic of the day. "Mokl
Land,’ the subject of the sioond lecture,
is brought over from last season, because
of its lntrlnslo value as a true picture of
the life of our fellow citizens the, Mokl,
or Hopl, Indians, whose mesa top dwell
ings have rested on the lofty orags of Ar
izona means,since long before the discov
ery of Amerloa. "The Paris Exposi
tion,’" the subject of the third lecture,
answers tbe frequently asked question,
"How did the Paris Exposition com
pare with Chlcagof' ’ “The Wonders of
Thessaly" Is to bo revived, at the request
of many who heard It four years ago,
and the courses will end with that most
timely subject “Oberannuergau In 1900,
the place, toe pet pie and the play." His
dates In this olty are live successive
liiuiBimj opuiugs uv^iuuiub "
t’4th at the City ball.
MAINE SYMFHON Y OKCHKSTBA.
The tlret rehearsal of the chorus with
Mr. Chapman preparatory for the con
cert with the orchestra, la to oome oil
this week as soon aa Christmas is over.
The patrons of the orchestra win be
glad to hear debnltely from those who
are willing to pledge themselves for
' bet It be borne In mind that this attrac
tive concert is purely for the benebt of
the orchestra, In order that the mem
bers of the organisation may not only
be able to bold their own, but also to
have an opportunity to work more to
gather audjthereby raising their standard
The following are the Christmas day
hours at the post office:
Stamp, General Delivery and Carrier'!
windows open from 8 to U a. m., and 1 tc
8 p. m.
** Delivery by carrier* to business section
in the morning and to residences morn
Ing and afternoon.
Collections from letter boxes, 11 a. m ,
6 p. U1.; packags boxes, 9.80 a. in., 4 81
A FALSE ALAHM.
There wae an alarm of hre from box Hi
at 9.81 o’clock last night which wai
palled in by some one xwho wanted t<
bear the bells ring or see the horses run.
When the brst piece of apparatus reached
the box, which Is located at the oorner ol
Adam* and Mounitort street there was n<
one In sight. __
FK 1.17?HUM A. HOOF.
Contractor Bush of South Harpswe)
fell from a roof and broke his leg am
two ribs while at work at 8Au provl
Scarfs from the head
quarters of tf>e scarf
world. Presents rtctT
eoough for aoy°no to 6iVQ
gracefully. Ahd elegant
enough to be received with
48c and 69c.
Maybe this list will help
your thinking cap out a
Silk Susperjders. 48c to
Umbrellas. 98c to $5.
... ■ . l_CO
Pajari)as, $1.50 to $3.
Dress GloVCS. $1 to $2.
Full dress protectors.
Mufflers. 48c to $2.
Fancy Shifts, 48c to
those who think of rook
ing bim a present of this
kind, we're in a position
to show the best variety
$4.89 to $10.
Store opeo this eveoiQg
aod Christroas moroiQg.
FRANK M. LOW & GO.,1
KEV. Ult. BOVAHU SPOKE.
Her. Mr. HovarU of the Congress street
Methodist churob preached last night at
the Chestnut street Methodist oburoh
Inking for bis subject: “More than Con
querors.” Hls text was taken from the
fourth Homans which he said he believed
was a pan of a Christmas sermon
preached by the Apostle Paul, and after
wards written In this epistle. He said
that there are three things In a man's
life which are very bad. They are
skepticism, selfishness and pessimism,
Christ's example would save one from ,
the llrst evil by Hls faith and belief when
others doubted. He would save one from
the second evil by Hls example because
11a was the most unselfish of men Hlm
lelf. Hls example would save the world
rrorn pessimism because when He came
Into the world It was at the darkest hour
In Its hlBtcry and He never despaired.
Mr. HovarU is a very foroeful and elo
quent sneaker and he held the breathless
attention of hls large audience last night
until the closing sentence of hls address.
In this citv. liec. 23. by llev. Lewis Malvern,
Thomas J. Lang ol Saco and flora 1. Hasty of
In this city, Dec. 22* by Smith Baker, D. D.,
Lester Giles and lizzie Jenkins.
In 1‘ it. field, Dee. 11, Wesiy Bnrdv of Kans •
and Miss Uubv Gate hell of Pittsfield.
In Pittsfield, Dec. 12. Arthur E. Withee and
Miss Lottie L, Carr.
In Or land, Dec. 10. WilUaju Waller Moxhain
of Malden and Miss Flora A. Dorr of Orland.
In Freedom, George 8. Webb of Unity and
Miss Amy Bussey of Freedom.
In Oakland, Doc. 10. Charles Walton of Oak
laud and Miss Lot'le Nelson of Skowhegan.
In Fast [Booth bay, Dee, 1JJ, William Davis
and Brrtua E. Murray.
In Ibis city, Dec. 22. Bridget, wife of Bartley
Conley, aged 37 years.
[Funeral Monday morning at 8.30 oYloek
from No. 07 York street. Requiem high mass
at St. Dominic's church at » o'(look
In tills city, Dec. 22, Thomas Griffin, aged 05
years 10 moiitlis.
[Funeral Monday morning at 7.30 o’clock from
tlie residence of Ida son. W/illiam H. Farrell,
No. 76 Y'ork street. Requiem high mass at St.
Domini’s church at 8 o’clock.
In this city, Dec. 21, William II. Catlin, aged
72 years 3 days.
[Funeral on Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock
from his late residence, lot Oxford street.
In this city. Dec. 23, George Henry, Infant
child of James Henry aud Ester May hwasey
aged l month 23 days.
(Funeral on Weduesday afternoon at 2.30
o'elock. from parents’ residence, No 0 Bedford
lu this city, Dec. 23, Rena Louise, only child
of Walter F. and Kate U. Bailey, age<L2 years
7 mouths 0 days.
^Funeral on Tuesday afternoon at 2 6'clk,
from pnreots' residence, No. 183A Forest Ave,
fleering dist. ,..
In Pleasautdaie. Dee. 22; William M. Paine,
aged 83 years 6 months.
[Funeral ou Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from his late residence. Lincoln street.
In Dorchester, Mass., Deo. 21. suddenly, Su
sau Adelm, widow of the late Was. H. H. Lor
(Burial at Evergreen Cemetery, Portland,
this Monday afternoon ai 1 o’clock.
In Auburn, l)co. 12, Mrs. Eruest Dillingham,
aged 46 years.
iu Gardiner, Dec, 18, Grarle E. McMasters,
aged 11 years.
In Bangor. Deo. 11. Airs. Wlonifred Geasou.
aged dv years.
In Rockland, Dee. 18. Aide* ML. Bewail, aged
48 years 4 years.
w. W. MANSFIELD St CO., Jewelers,
STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES.
We ofler a raagnltloent assortment or
sterling Silver Novelties at very low
Pearl Paper Cotters, Sterling Silver
tend lea, 75o.
Sterling Silver llutton liooks, BOo.
Sterling Silver Tooth Brushes, 76a
Stsrlmg Silver Velvet Brushes, 11.00.
sterling Silver Desk Blotters, 40o.
Sterling stiver Flies, 60a
Sterling Silver Pocket Cork Screws,
Sterling Silver Olove Stretohera 11.86.
Sterling Silver Nell Polishers, $1.00.
Sterling Sliver Tape Meaauies, (1 00.
Sterling Silver Darning Balls, 60o.
sterling Silver Mnetaohe Poeket
Sterling Silver Pooket Files In ease,
Starling Silver Stamp Boxen, 66a
' Sterling Silver Baby Brash and Comb
Sets, fl 00. „ .
Sterling Silver Shoe Born and Hook
Sterling Silver Mall Brush and Tooth
Brush Sets, $1 86.
Sterling Silver Hair Curlers, 66a
Sterling Silver Tea Bells, 800, 76a.
Sterling Silver Match Boies, $1.00,
$1.60, up to 16.00.
Sterling Silver Tea Strainers, $1.00.
Sterling Silver Companions, File,
Uiove Bnttoner end Manicure KnUe, 85o.
Sterling Sliver Desk Seta Seal, Letter
Opener, Eraser, 60c.
Sterling Silver Ladles' Set In eatln
cases, Solssors, hnierv and Thimble, $1.86
Sterling Silver File and Snoe Horn
Set*. 86o. _
Sterling Silver Tooth Powder Bottles,
Sterling Sliver Tooth Brush BottleB,
Sterling Silver Bonnet Brushea TIL00.
Sterling Sliver Cream Jars, 86o., 80c.
Pangents, Memorandum Booka Baby
Uatt.ku ■ Shni Horns. Coat Hangers. Hat
Markers, Nethcrsole Brackets, Bag lags,
Whist Counters, Bib Holders, Carter
Clasps, Armlet Mountings. Cigar Cutters,
Pocket Knives, Purses, Pipes, Suspender
Mountings, Bookies, Shoe Horns, Bag
Tod. Napkin Kings, 76 o. to£100.
Sterling Silver Tea Balls. Pap Spoons.
A very beautiful line of “Princess'
Sterling Manloure pleoes set with Ame
thysts, very effective design, tl.86 to
Above goods are good weight, substan
tial Sterling Silver pieces, all fresh and
new and put Into our stock from the
manufacturers’ hands within six weeks
and are up to date goods In every respect.
' 111 a Man"* Wulch.
’ We offer a full jeweled Nickel (
. Waltham Watch in a special (fold
filled case, warranted to wear for ‘
’ 25 years, all complete, beautiful ,
. design, for <
Sold everywhere for $20 to $25. (
Nat Picks (0) and craos In esse, 75cts
Table Bells, tllcts., 75ots., $l.Ua.
Candle Sticks, gilt or silver, $1.85, 1.50,
1.76, 2.26, 4 00.
King Stands, $1.00, 'Taper Holders,
Vaseline Stands, $1.60, 2 09.
Matoh and Plok Holders, $1 00, 1 26,
1.85, 1.50, 2.00.
Smokers' Sets, 4 pleoes, $3.00, 4 CO, 4.60,
Cigar Boxes, $10.00. Soup Dishes, $2 00
'Travellers’ Soap Boxes, $1 25, 1.50, 2 00,
2 60. Smokers' Canlnet with briar pipe,
Jewel Cases, $3.50 to 7.60.
Ink Stands, with pen rack, $1.69, 2 60,
Watoh Stands, $1.50.
Stamp Boxes, $l.CO, 1.85, 1.50, 1.76, 2 00.
Pin Cushions, Toots , $1 00.
W.W. MANSFIELD & CO.
241 Vliddlo Street,
Opposite Fool of Free St.
Thermometers, $1.80, 8 00.
Coital Button Boxes *1.00, 1.85, 1.60,
Pin Tray* and Aeh Trays *1.00, 1.86,
I. 50 to 4 60. _ . __
Puff Boxee Wlth'Puff, *1.86, 1.76, 9.00,
8.60 8.60, 4.60, 5.00.
ROGERS & BROS.’ SIL
VER PLATED FLAT
We are celling egente for Meeere Karen
& Bros, and carry lu etooK • COMPLETE
ASSOKTMKM1 Of tbelr gannlne flret
quality good* Tbelr lateat deetgn le
named the “MEW CEmTUUY," and It
la the moet popular pattern ever put on
the market. Batter Knives Sugar Shells
Cadies Pie Server*, Berry Spoon*, Jelly
Server*, 75o. and $1.00; Coffee Spoena,
Orange Booons VegetaOle Servera, Fruit
Knives Cold Meat Forke 76o„ to *1.86;
CU1CDKE.VS BETS, Knife, Fork,
Spoon, In aatln box, 75c., 81.86, 18.(A)
(pearl handles Cheeae Booopa, Butter
Spreaders Salad Bets Fruit Forks Cake
Servera, Nut Picks Orange Seta. Bon
Bon Booons Carving Sets Nut Crack.,
75c ; Pickle Forks Cy»ter Forks Cream
Cadies 76s and 61.00: Spoons Fork* and
Knives all elves Oh/E SPEC I AC COT
of gannlne ltoger*' Tea Spoons flret
quality, pat up in bandenme Satin box,
(8.00 complete; Butter Knife and Sugar
Shell, gold lined to matoh In bandeome
aatln box, 61-86 eat
Sterling Silver trimmed Hair Brnahes
*1.00, 1.86, 1.60. Cloth Brnahes H 00,
1 85. 1.60, 9.00. Hat Brnahes 800., *1 00.
Combs 60c to *1 00. Military Brnahes
(8 60 a pair. Ebony Mirrors *8.75.
Bruih, Comb and Mirror in Satin box,
Tbete prloea aeem low for tbla olaes of
_..... 0,111 nviurantuu MlATTt (run n •
Ice, first clan French Loony.
Finest Imported Frenoh Opera Ulaeee*
from cheapest to the moat expensive*
13 lack morocco, 98.00, 8 86, 4, 6, 5 60.
Pearl operas, white oriental and smoked,
97.60, 8.00, » 60, 10.00, 18 60, 11.75. Self
Focusing Operas, 10 CO, 18.00, 10.00, 81.00.
Most convenient and elegant op«ra glass
in the market. Aluminum opera glasses.
We carry In stock a fine line or Din
mends and other Precious Stones, both
loose and set. Kings, Uroooh Pins,
Pendants, Stick Pina, Stnds, etc,, from
the lowest In prloe to the most expensive
game. A fine wdlto Urllllant Diamond,
warranted perfect In color and brilliancy,
weight L2 karat, set In Unger King,
$45 UU. Warranted first olass In every
respeot. A nice White Stone set In heavy
.T.lnany King setting for $25 00. Ooal
Turquoise, surrounded with Diamonds.
$25 0U (regnlar ptJoe, $85.00). Diamond
Uroooh Pins from $10 00 to $275 00
We bought largely of loose Diamonds
last Heason before the advanoe In prloe
and shall give onrebaeers the benefit of
the old prices.
For ladles, men and children. Prices
ot men’s rings from $3.C0 to $15.00.
Ladles' ring, from $2 00 to 20.00. Child
refl’s ring, from 60c. to $1.60, either plain
or ohaaed gold. One special lot of Opal
Kings, five opals In a row around the
finger, $6.00, regular prloe, $7.50. Three
Opal Kings, $8.00 Children’s rings, oval
gold plain, 76c., $1.00. Carbuncle rings
for men, $3.00, 4 CO, 5.00, 7.60, 10 00. Plain
Hand rings, ovals, fine gold lor ladies or
men, $2 00 to $0.00. Ladles’ Unger rings,
solid gold, set with pearls, orals, emer
W.W. MANSFIELD & GO.
241 Middle Street.
Opposite fool of Free SI.
•Id*, rabies, turqulolses, sapphire*, etc,
tram *3.00 to *»> 00 A very complete
amort meat. Opai and Diamond*. *8.00.
0 00, 10.00, 18.00, 23 00. 37.50 A Fife i
Stone Opal Hint tor Mleea*. *3.00
1 JEWELRY. I
£ Moat extensive assortment solid £ j
£ gold, gold filled and silver jewelry £ .
£ Bracelets, Brooch Pins, Bar Link g
£ Cuff Buttons, Cravat Pint, Ladles g
s Guard Chains or Lorgnette* In £
£ great variety, from 150c to *25.00. £
= Belt Buckles, Girdle*, Shopping =
1 Bags. Side Comb*, Baby Dress £
£ Pin*, Baby Neck Chain*. Ou* £
£ special lot of SOLID GOLD s
£ BROOCH PINS, wreath pattern, s
£ set with Pearls, Rabies, Sap- £
= phiret, Olivine* or Emeralds, at £
£ W OO to *2.50. Usually sold at £
£ (4.00. £
GILT AND BRONZE
Cloaks, very beautiful boudoir, chamber,
or desk clocks. Plain Ivory dials or sur
rounded by brill lent", emeralds, sapphires
or rnbiia, eto , *3.00, *8.00, *4.50. *5.00,
GILT AND BRONZE FIGURED.
Diana Artist. Cavalier, Mustang,
Pointer, Lion, Stag, History, ltongh
ltlder. Unsto, eto., 600, *1.00, (1 80, *3.00,
Purses and Chatelaine Bags.
In Morocoo, Lizard, Alligator, Walrus,
Seal, Monkey Skin, Snake, 'i'exaa Steer,
Pig Sklu. Plain or Silver, or gilt
trimmed id all popular abodes, blue,
brown, green, gray, maroon, buff, blaok.
Old gold, French gray or bright finish.
Harvard crimson, Yale bine; Hooooo and
norm f* w, * ~ '''t "
4 60, 6 00. Monkey Skin, alligator snake,
and Texas Steer Skin make very stylish
purees for ladles this season.
Black Walnut Clocks, 8-Day. strike with
or without alarm, $3.60, $8.00, $8.50.
trto., $1.09, $1.60, $1.76, $8.C0.
BLACK WOOD CLOCKS.
Imitation marble and Max loan Onyx,
8-Dbt, Cathedral Dong one-half hour
strike $3.69 to $10.00.
Flneet Imported French Timing and
Uepeatlng In Ueatber hand case, $0.00 to
Finest Imported movements aiff deoo
rated cases, 8-Day, Cathedral gong, 1-8
hour strike, from $8.00 to $10.00.
Imported with Amerloan movements,
$1.50, $3.00. $9.60, $100, $5.60, $8.00, $10.00,
$18.00. We have these clooka in the latest
shades and oolors, Japanese red. bronze
green, cobalt blue, eto.
THE ‘IViOLLIE STARK”
Is the daintiest Watch we have for
young ladles. Solid Uold tilled, will wear
twenty years, bunting style nr open face.
The same In fine gold oaee. $30.00.
LADIES' SOLID GOLD WATCHES
In great variety and all Btyles of engrav
ings, or plain polished, or Knglleh style,
from $15.00 to $50.00.
MEN'S WATCHES, STERLING SILVER,
(036-1000 tine) from PJ.53.to $36 00.
MEN'S SOLID GOLD FILLED WATCHES
In twenty venr cases, from $10.00 to $c0.00
MEN S FINE SOLID GOLD WATCHES
fxom $‘J5.00 to $100.00.
W.W. MANSFIELD & CO.
241 Middle Street.
Opposite foot of Tree St.
CLOCKS French Regulators.
Uryatal and Gilt, very beautiful ami
iffeotlve Man Ml cioeka, and moat emul
ate time keepers, $18.80, $3:3 00, $94.00,
New Style and very beautiful and daoo
■ative Prior* in 8-i>ay, $13.00, $13.00,
Small Wedgewood, Cobalt bine, Japan
Kod, and Uroou Uraan Clock* In 1-Uay,
BOLD rtNSand PENCILS, Etc.
$1.00, to $3 80, Sterling Silver Pen
Shook, DOo, Pearl and gold Pocket Pen
:11a, $3.00, Gold i'ootb Pioka, BOo, Gold
Pan and Pearl bolder In bandaome pluab
box, $1.80, nloe present for voting lady,
Silver Pencil*, SOo to $3.00, Gold Penolla
18c to $1.38, Gold trimmed Pearl Pen and
Glove Uuttoner complete In Pluab Uox,
E.00, Pearl Ueak Set, Holder, Seal and
We offer for Clirlalmae Sale n
very extensive assortment of
fronlhe lowed lo llie highest
LADIES’ WATCH A BARGAIN.
A good Waltham nlekelled movement
In a beautifully engraved gold tilled oase,
warranted to wear for 10 years, ail com
plete tor $10.00.
For men, are very popular. Tney are a
very datable atone and always retain
their oolor and lire. We have them at
following price*! $1.00, $1.80, $5.00, $6.00,
$7.60, $9.00, $10.00.
BOYS’ SILVER WATCHES,
$4 80, $8.00, $6.00, $7 80, $13.00.
BOYS’ NICKEL WATCHES,
BOYS’ GOLD FILLED WATCHES,
$7.60, $10.00, $16.00.
Hoys' Waltham Watoh, complete, $7.00.
A good watoh.
BLACK STEEL WATCHES,
Watnhe* lor Utrls, $4.60.
GOLD FILLED CHATELAINE
Watohee, $7 60 to $10 00.
LADIES' WATCHES ONE SPECIAL LOT
of solid gold Ailed Ladles' Watohee, oase 1
warranted for twenty years, all complete
In running order, with good American
movement Tor $12.00. A bargain.
Watcnes, with pendant to match, $0.50.
lilack £ named Chatelaines, $5.50.
► A Ladlet' Wmeli.
, We offer a full jeweled, nickel ,
Waltham Watch, In a beautiful gold •
> Ailed ease, special make, warranted ' (
to wear for 2o years, for ,
Sold everywhere for $20.00. i |
We have the exclusive sale of one of
the best lines of tine Picture Frames In
the market and carry them In all shapes
and elz.ee, round, square, oblong, oval, |
single and double, for carte-Ue*vlelte,
ml net i", cabinets, genuine Frenoh gilt
or silver, plain beaded, Kocooo, scroll,
Imperial and Marguerite. Prices oOc ,
TV , $1.00, $1.2-. $1.60, (2 UU, 1*60, *.100,
$3 50, $4.00, $5 00 Hanging Medallion
frames. 75o to $1.50.
W. W. MANSFIELD & CO.
241 middle Street,
Opposite Foot of Free St.
Another Bargain In Man'* Match.
A nice Waltham movement In a band
nm« sold filled oaee, warranted to wear
K) yean, all o>m plate for $10.00.
Beat Quadruple Plate.
Crumb Travs and Sera Den.
Hot Water Kettlea
T'ete a tete seta.
Cupe and Saucers, $3 36, 3 to, 3 50, 4.86,
4 50, 5.00.
Shaving Mugs and Brush, $8.00, 3 50
4.50, 5.00, 0.00.
Moustache Cap and Sancer. $3 03 to 5.00
Children's Cups In great aeaortment
from 85'cts. to $2.00.
Napkin Kings 35cts., 40cts., 60ote„
BOcts , 65cts., $1.00.
Ctnrlinir Ciluor Worn
UlUlllllg UIIIUI OUIV.
Tea BDOone, dessert spoons, Table
sdoons. Forks, Cream Cadies, Sugar
Sifters, Sugar Spoons, Butter -Knives
Berry Spoons, Oyster Servers, Cheese
Scoops, Butter Spreaders, Bon-Bon Scoops,
Coffee Spoons, Sugar Sifters, Sugar
Tongs, Fruit KDlves, Napkin Kings,
Cettuce Forks, Oyster Forks, Salad Sets,
Fish Sets, Cold Meat Forks, loe Cream
Spoons, Egg Spoons, Toast Forks, Cake
Servers, Salt and Peppers, Individual
Butters, Children’s dins. Bread and
Cake Trays, Gravy Boats, Tea Caddies,
Tea Balls and Strainers, Cream and
Sugar Sets, Pin 'Frays, Bon-Bon Dishes,
Tea Bells, Chocolate Muddlers, Almond
Dishes, Puff Boxes, Whiskey Flasks,
Soap Boxes, Butter Plates, Cream
Cadies, Bon-Bon Dishes, Cap Spoons,
Pearl Handled Table linlves, 18.5'.) set'
Pearl Handled Tea Knives, *0 CO set.
Pearl Uandlod Fruit Knives, $5 00 set.*
An Elegant Present. Sterling sliver tea
spoons from $3 50 to $0 00 set. Set of
Sterling Sliver Tea Spoons, the
"Arkebn” pattern, a very beautiful de
FINEST AMEKICAN CUTTING.
Plain and Silver mounted Puff Boxes,
Cream Jars, i!5o to $4 00. Cigarette Jars,
Tea Caddies. Mucllege Bottles, Mustarp
Pots, Ink Wells, Salts and Peppers. Co
logne Bottles, Flasks, Sugar Sbak ers
Claret Jugs, Syrup Pltohers, Sugar and
Creams, Deoanters. Craoker Jars, Tobac
co Jurs, Cigar Holders, Bowls, F lower
Stands, Vases, Celery Dishes, Nappies,
Olive Dishes, Wator Bottles, Water Bot
tles, *3 30 to S 00, Heading Glasses, Sterl
ing Silver Handle, *1.75 to *8 50, Hose
Jars, Horse Kadleh Jars, OH Bottles,
1.00 to *3 00. A Beautiful Oil Bottle
with faceted Cut Ulass Stopper only *1.00.
Spoon Holders, Sherry Decanters with
six glasses, *7.o0, Butter Plates, Tobacco
Bottles, Bed Hoorn Water Bottles, with
Tumbler, oover to match, F3 50 to $0 00.
W.W. MANSFIELD & CO.
241 Middle Street,
Opposite Foot of Free St.
is left open to those who haven’t as yet seleoted
their Christmas Gifts. Monday, day and evening,
this store will be alive to your interests, from Base
ment to Top Floor. It's the last call, so to speak,
and all our energies are enlisted that you may find
shopping here a pleasure, even up to the last
moment. Plenty of clerks, rapid shippers, a suffi
cient number of delivery teams, all will work to
gether that you may not be disappointed. Many of.
our lines are goods regularly carried in stock, so the
assortment is as oomplete as a week ago. There
never was a better time to buy Christmas Furniture,
Furnishings, Crockery, Glass and Silver Ware, Bric
a-Brao, Statuary, Lamps, Etc., than tomorrow will
afford in this store. We welcome you,
T. F. F0S8&S0NS,
• Complete Housefurnishers.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCKK'T AT
FBK1S ST. BAPTIST CflUUOH.
A very Intonating programme wee
given by the Sunday eobool of the Free
etreet Baptlet chureh teat evening whlob
lnoluded aingtng by Che eobool and obolr,
readings and recitations b/ Marios
larksr, Dorothea Smith. A Hoe staples,
Kdltha Uovet, Hebsooa Ns woo tub, Hales
Manning, also a solo bj Alloa Bradford,
A notable teatnie of the oeoasion was th«
distrltmtlon of Christmas greetings ta
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
New Store. New Goods.
G»^?PoSmndrVe°hav™Coi>e~jll«”«»*0™,N”-atj”,^r«ble St. We make
a large saving in rent, which we propose to give to our customers in the
shaofof lo* prices. A call will convince yon that we can save you money
on Furniture, Stoves, Carpets, Crockery or anything in the House Fur
Dlahlng line, ju oonneotion with above we have a eeparate department
where will bo found a large assortment of Second Hand Farnltuie, Car
pets, Stoves, Ac., at astonishingly low prices. We will buy your old for
cash, or exchange for new. We also sell on the installment Large lino
of second hand carpets on hand. Remember the place. We can and will
save you money.
TOLMAN, BRADFORD FURNITURE GO.,
3XTo. IV r»x*elolo Sit.
WM. T. BRADFORD, President. GF.O. TOLMAN, Treasurer.
That ought to have been here some time
ago, has just arrived. We will make ES
PECIALLY LOW PRICES to all Christmas
buyers on these RINGS and PINS, set with
diamonds and other precious stones.
E. S. WAITE, Jeweler,
«147 Congress St.
Made from Mexican Leather,
by natives of that country, and
hand-carved as only these peo
ple know how to do it. Purses
for men and women, Cigar and
Cigarette Cases, Toilet Articles,
Belt Bags, Etc.
& FOSS GO
\ I LOVE TO LOVE 1
A CHILD. |
| I love to see a child 2
; pleased, and every one of the J
i dear creatures wants a ring. ♦
I We have everything in the 2
| line of Babies’and Children’s 2
| Bings—Plain, EngimoJ and ♦
! Stone Rings. All solid gold, *
; 50c to $50. Our attentive 2
|; clerka will be pleased to |
■ show you and explain the ♦
» intrinsic) merits of our Rings. 2
i McKENItEY ttie Jeweler, i
; noNirnuNT a«t «
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