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WATEftBUHY EVENINnlT5EM'CKAT,:VElSNEStiV,V, 'NOVEMBER "'28, 1900.
BP BOARD OF, FINANCE Board : of. Education, Presents a '' Lenghty Report. ''"."' The board of nuance met last night for , the purpose of considering, the estimates for 1H01, Mayor Kildulf' pre siding and all the members being pres ent except -Mr Kent. Superintendent Tinker and lr Kiluiartin, representing the board of education, submitted the following' report in explanation of the school estimates for lixtl: Board of Education Explanation of Estimates for 1901. Teachers' salaries Payroll, September. l!J0O (a) Ten months, l'JUl . . Regular increases Kew teachers (4) .$ ll.Sfi" ro . .llS."Jr no . . 4,30 0U . . l.SoO 00 S 0.130 00 , 'J 4!Ki (10 . . 121,407 00 , . 121,500 OO .$ 1.057 (Ml 1.0HO OO l.OOO (M fSOO OO . . ..f:,8."fi. oo (b) Fall term, 2-5 year Total (a i and (b Asked for 'School Visitors, etc Visitors (7 at ifloOj Clerk Inspector Truant Officer Total Furniture and Janitors' Supplies One room. Barnard school . .!? 1i- 00 Two rooms at Driggs school . Two rooms at Training school One room at Washington, school Regular supplies :sro no ;j."m 00 1 oo STiO 00 Total ?2,000 (X) Fuel and Light Usual amount S'J.OOO 00 Textbooks and Library Accounts Textbooks $8,500 00 Library account ft 00 Total $0,180 00 An allowance of $1.22 per pupil based on attendance for September. 1000. Many books are in a very poor condition, usual increase of pupils to be supplied. Based on state apportionment, the city receiving an equal amount from the state, , to be expended the same iecr. Stationery and supplies $1,000. to be used in supplying pupils who are, too poor to purchase necessary supplies, also office and teachers' supplies. Repairs and Maintenance Printing, including report . .$ OoO 00 Plumbing 700 00 Hardware and nails 4 oo Lumber 400 oo Insurance . ... l.WS oo .Enumeration 700 oo Cartage and Freight ". . 500 0(1 Graduating expenses 200 oo Telephones. 8 at $o0, 1 at $50. 1 at S20 .,58 OO Maintenance rayroll 5.ooo oo Clay street sidewalk 250 OO Webster street sidewalk ... 225 OO Locust street sidewalk -' oo Locust street repairs (roof) . Kill UO Washington painting 400 oo Hendrickeu sidewalks .. .. 200 OO Dubllm street roofing 075 oo Coutigent -. . 2.40!) 00 Total $15,000 00 Expense The usual amount for miscellaneous expenses" $300. Janitors and Evening Schools Janitors' payroll $ 9.540 00 Evening School 2,000 00 Total . .: $ ll.ooo oo - Grand total .... . .$173.4710 i;r We receive from the state $2.25 per each pupil in average attendance, which is also to be expended. Our total expense will be $2,000.00 for 70 nights. SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS., Bank Street six (0.1 additional rooms $10,000.01) Bank Street heating and ven tilating 0,050.00 In the present school there are four teen (14) furnaces consuming 100 tons of coal per annum a larger amount than used in the High school. The plant Is almost worthless and. must lie renewed or replaced. The renewal .Will cost several thousands and we wouiu- sun nave me same waste in fuel. A steam plant will consume 80 to 00 tons ot coal per annum. It has lieen deemed wise to put in such : steam plant. The Brooklyn district i growing rapidly and while additional rooms are not required at present, it was thought to be wise and eccouomi cal to install a plant large enough to beat and ventilate a third story, to build Hues., strengthen roof, ami get ready for finishing and plastering vvuen needed, which time will come In a verv few years. Total Clay street sanitaries Hendrickeu sanitaries .$10,050 OO . 1.1 MX) OO 750 OO The dry vault system now in use is duty, unhealthy and unsanitary. The ordor tills the cellars and hail wavs. Lot and 18 room school, North End $50,000 00 Present buildings cannot accommo date pupils iu this section, which is growing very rapidiy. Sites are grow ing correspondingly fewer. The plan is to fit up one floor for immediate use. and If the Locust street property Is exchanged, to lit up two Uoors twelve (12) rooms. ' Ten room school. West Side ' Hill . .. . $30,000 00 "School is "Unfit for occupancy. Thi.-; is "a" two 12) room structure with" two (2) recitation rooms. Can accommo date fairly well 100 pupils. Ennumer ntion tX'S. Lot near center pf city ... .$15,000 00 Iu thwj, not vary-distant future, a large school will have' to be built to relieve the Alerriman. Crosby. Elm, Clay and Welton districts. We now have 225. pupils In these districts in cellar rooms. - Grand total . . State estimated $1,500 00 25,000 00 $20, 5(H) 00 .$G0t) 00 . , . 340 00 State evening schools , State" library fund .... 4., Mayor Kllduff said that $35,0u0twill .be needed annually for: new. schools, the natural Increase being about 425, He went Into the matter of the float ing school debt, amounting to $200,000, and stated that at any time the pay ment of this debt might be demanded: luat the city had no borrowing capaci ty, and. that bonds should ire issued to clean this up and $100,000 guides to put the school department even with where it should be,, lie believed that the whole trouble was due to the sys tem of assessing taxes. "Our ex penses' grew Vapidly,"' he said, "and our grand list travels at a snail's pace. The needs of all departments have In creased 800 to-400 per cent in -'ten yfars. while the grand list increased only 05 per enr. This year It is a lit tle over 200,000 or $300,000. We are des'rous of keeping the tax down, and We ha-re "to look' at that rather than ta the -"need! 'of the boards. ' Notv if we had that' $70,000 liquor license it would let b dowa about mills. The school bbard lias asked wnat they need It is bfrlnMtUution -waving on it payToU but 200 psople permanently." : ie board appeared to be iu favor of t the mayor's, idea of meeting the school expenses Commissioner Lord figuring, out that 'the "cost to the city after bonds, would have been issued would be considerably less Uian under the, present' method of doing business. Superintendent Tinker and Dr.Kil-t martin gave a very, lucid explanation of the needs of the wehool department for the next.,year anil. mail? an. urgent appeal for a new school on Locust street and another, on West Side-hill, the purchase of a lot on which a twenty-four room building shall be erected to take the place of the Elm street building, which In Jhe opinion of Mr Tinker, is unfit to put children in. In anticipation of the issuance of $100,000 water bonds a new item of $4,000 was added, to be known as water bonds, fifth series. Many of the other items Were reduced, but $1,000 was added to the item "expense"' in an ticipation of election expenses and $750 for clerical assistance to the comptrol ler. ...... It was agreed to recommend an ap propriation of $17,000 for the Jewelry street extension matter and convey t!e Si). 700 unexpended balance of this ac count back into the treasury. There was some difference of opinion regard ing a few items in the recommenda tions of the board of public works, but they were nut changed, though it is barely possible (hat they may be later. The estimates as gone over last night are as follows: Fur water bond interest, sec ond series $1,125 For water bond interest, third series 10.40J For water bond interest, fourth series 8.000 For water bond interest, fifth series 4.000 For water bond sinking fund, flurlh series -. 20,000 For redemption of water bonds, second series ........ 5,000 For the redemption of water bunds, third series .... 5.000 For sewer bond interest 1.800 For redemption of sewer bonds 5.000 For City hall bond interest. . . . 175 Fur redemption City hall bonds 2 500 For Interest funding bonds... :.50iJ For school bond interest 12.000 For inter, st 12.000 For exp-n-e 14.000 Department of Public Works. For extension of water pipe.. 10.000 For water repairs and main- . teuauce For water. reservoirs and nuance 7,000 For streets leuaiKe . repairs and Main- For streets For paving For streets For sewers new work , assessments repairs and main- 25,000 5.000 0. 0(K) 20.000 3.000 24.000 , 5.000 10,000 3.000 1, '50() tenanee . For sewers, new Work For sewers, sewage disposal.. For lamps and gas For public lauds, and buildings For sturm water drainage For improvement of Hamilton park For alteration 'Carrie Welton fountain For new street from Bank street to Benedict street. . . . For inspection of plumbing. . . . .000 800 The board then decided to postpone consideration of further appropriations until to-morrow evening. . - - The resources outside 1 lie amount to be derived from taxation are as fol lows: . , . . t Sewer, paving, street assess ments License and permits ; . City hall rent of . State school fund State evening school fund .... State library fund Town highway tax estimated Unexpended balances Cash unappropriated 28.000 4.0OO 1. 000 25.000 000 340 17.500 12.000 31.000 Total $237,440 The board adjourned until X o'clock this evening, when it is expected the whole work will be completed. ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICES. Program For Next Sunday Evening Is Almost Completed. The most impressive ceremony that is performed by the lodges of 7-Jlks throughout the country on the first Sunday in December creates new in terest every year. Every lodge strives as the years progress to make the services more interesting and more in structive. This year Waterbury lodge has put forth-' additional efforts to make the ceremony one that will long lie remembered. Last night's meet ing of the lodge was a very busy one and the memorial service committee made partial report. The program so far arranged is one that will appeal to you and is as follows: Introductory overture "From Dawn to Twilight." .Excelsior orchestra. March, for entrance of officers and members "Our Nation's (Juard." Opening lbdge exercises E. L. Maloney. E. R. Orpheus quartette Messrs James Johnson. William Blatherwick, John Dennison and Frank" Woods. Opening ode Waterbury lodge, B. P. O. E. Prayer Chaplain Joseph A. Cullen. Baritone solo J, M. Daly. "Thanatopsis" Fred H. Johnson. Soprano solo Miss Katherlne Glos U:: Baritone solo "Prayer by Tcrti" Joseph II. Mooney.' Eulogy Attorney Edward Galinger of New York. Orpheus cua'rtette . Closing exercises Exalted ruler and lodge. " .Benediction Chaplain Cullen. . Doxology Lodge and audience. , A, E. Kleluecke will be' the pianist of t';e evening. The services will be held at Poli's theater and the exercises will 'start promptly at eight o'clock The body; of the house will be reserved for mem bers of Waterbury ' lodge, relatives-' of the deceased members, and invited guests. The theater Is thrown open to the public and everybody is Invited: ' "' ' NOME IS ISOLATED". Seattle, Wash. Nov 28. The United States revenue cutter McCullough has arrived fram ' Alaska with news that Nome is completely Isolated from the outer world by a barrier of lee. For seven long .months this condition of affairs will continue. . The camp is well supplied with provisions and fuel. It is possible that -before, the tirs,t steamers arrivs at Nome iu.the spring there may be a slight shortage of coal liut, it i not anticipated, that It 'will be 'serious. '' " '". '; ' '"';"' '' '' GERMANS BOARD CHINESE BOAT ' Nev "York, N6V,'2$.-It reported here from Pekiu. that tlio Oeamans have boarded a .Chinese vessel nnd-de-manded treasure consigned to an 12ng' lish company at Tieu-Tsin. As the boxes, of treasure had been delivered the Germans could not get them. They then hoisted the German ttag over the vessel unu connscaieu me cargo. - j CITY NEWS. 'Wadhams post,' G. Ar K.,- will elect officers Saturday night. '. Aljj;the mem bers are requested to be present, ..; John' Dillou a,nii Tliomas Parker, of the YiJW' Medical school,', will spend their Thanksgiving .Vacation Avitli their parents ih this .'city. ( ' , .' , , At a meeting of the board of select men last night Thomas J.. Tyrrell of Maple street was appointed town con stable to succeed James F. Luuuy. The Misses Alice McGrath and Nelly Gloster, who are studying the milli nery art in New York, are enjoying the Thanksgiving holidays at their homes in this city. The Friendly league Glee club meets this evening for its sixth rehearsal un der the direction of Mr Hallctt. , A full attendance is especially desired, as new music will be rehearsed. 'Mrs Thomas Vlckers of Emerald street and Miss Helen Burgess of East Main street left here this after noon on the 2:48 train for a week's visit with friends iu New York and Albany. At 7:45 this morning Daiiiel O'l.earv of 40 Bridge street and Miss Katherlne Sklfflngton of 106 Baldwin street were united in the bonds of marriage by the Rev Father Slocum. .Martin Egan" was best man. while Miss Mary Bunce act ed as bridesmaid. I o-morrow will be a legal holiday and in consequence there will be a general suspension of business. The town and city officials, the bankets, postofiicc employes, clerks at the pub lic library and court officials will have a tew hours en and will Join with others in giviug thanks to God for the blessings of the past year. The post ofiice will be open until noon. People are still suggesting new names for the junction of the different streets en North Main street, but, after all. it is doubtful if anything better than that proposed by the board of public works has been heard of. City Clerk Ryan was asked to-day if he had a name for the place .and he replied that he thought I'nity square or Con cord square would be all right. Last evening at her home on South Main street Miss Mamie Fogarty gave a magnificent supper in honor of Miss Mary Maloney of Prayer avenue, wlio will be married to George GormaD of Grove street to-morrow morning at St Patrick's church. The repast was n splendid one and was much enjoyed by all present. Mirth and enjoyment were (he leading spirits of the even ing. The coming bride received the well wishes of all present, besides several handsome gifts. An Italian who gave the name of Mike Sullivan was arrested this fore noon by Special Officer Hickey on sus picion of having "committed a number of robberies at the rooms of the Y. M. C. A. . For some time the remarkable disappearance of clothing, jewelry and such things as men carry around in their pockets caused general surprise and speculation, as to who the thief was. Even articles as large as bicy cles have been taken away. A few days ago J. A. Crews, a member of the Y. M. C. A., missed his gold watch and has failed to find it. He left a description of the article with the no lice this noon. Sullivan will be tried in the city court to-morrow morning; He has engaged Attorney Bauby to ilefend him. There is a fajr supply of turkeys and chickens in the different markets, and judging by the number of people who spent the past few days picking out the fattest ones they could find and or dering them delivered at their holies for Thanksgiving, the demand for them was goicd, too. People who have the means to buy a turkey or chicken more than they need for their own use should bear in mind that there are many families about town who are depending upon the chanty of their neighbors for their Thanksgiving din ner and that unless someone remem bers them they will not have much to be thankful for. It is a nice thing to be able to help those who are less ror tunate in this respect than ourselves, aud people who are blessed will', men us bevoiid their own needs should make it a point to exercise a little .i.,.vHv esnecmllv at this time, and thus help to make the day in reality what it is in name, it will be a. great nleasnre for all who attend to-morrow's foot ball game .it tlie Athletic field between the oio 07 V M. C. A. team and Storrs Ag ricultural eleven, to watch the ulaying of the star pltivers of that '97 team. It will be n treat worth going miles tr. see Such uln vers a McEvov. Hotchkiss Bauby, Goss, Bishop. Brick, Stout nnd many., others are hard to beat. Thev are atl experienced play ers, ones who- have been members of aP eleven wiicb ' wn tho 'champion of (he state iu '07. The team is even ly baln"'-ed. not a weak' point being In it. Their teun wcrk as well as In dividual v-oi-l- during ur'actice hos been prettv and a'l tb1 re in t!,p 1lPST possible condition. Storrs Agricultur al tea" ha alwavs been a favorite wit) Waleibuiv audiences ud this vear's is no execution. Their team ),ns imnroved about 00 per cent since Physical Director Knowles. formerly of this city, has taken ch:vr?e cf them. The team has only met with cue de feat this season and has numbered among its victories game with sever al of the lesser colleges. The came will commence at 230 sharp and will be plaved at Athletic field. . The advance , sale of tickets, points to n large oudieiue being present when the whistle! is blown for play. , Rummage Sale. Conducted by "the First M. E. church, opens at noon Wednesday, December 5, In Milford building, corner Center and Leaveuworth streets, and contin ues through Saturday evening. Good values offered. To the Board of County Commission ers for New Haven County: I hereby apply - for a license to sell Ale. Lager Beer. Rhine Wine and Cider, at 25 Lafayette street, town of Waterburv. My place of business is not located within 200 feet in a direct line of a churcb ditlce.or : public school house, or .thtft vPlemiijeC pertaining thereto, of any -posL orHce or public ""Ttho!! AS cfoESit;'' applicant ',' Dated a.t, Waterbury. t.hft" 22nd day. Of Noveuiber.'lA, D. 1000.. " 1 ; v " We. ;th,e undersigned," electors Slid taxpayers., as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the application if' th above named for such license: - Hubert M.: Rigney.. Florence Butler, Patrick J.- Kennedy, Patrick Keough. John Casey. .. Dated at Waterbury this 22nd day of November, A. D. 1800. . u , - Boston 9c Store 72-74 SOUTji AIN ST. -f Self Basting Roasters and Bakers Are what the name implies, after put ting the baker in the oven. No bast ing Is required as the meat or fowl is properly basted by the steam from its own juices, and will come out of the oven tender, juicy and with flavor unimpaired. We have them iu four sizes: No 1 Large enough forGlbchicken.35c No 2 Large enough for 8 lb turkey, 40c No 3 Large enough for 10 lb turkey, 50c No 4 Large enough for 14 lb turkeyvOOc A large assortment of Carving Sets. NEW STOR NEW GOODS . Will be open for business Saturday, November 24th. We Will have all the very latest patterns in jewelry and silver ware, pretty diamond rings and pins, watches of every make and design, all the first class move ments; also a full line of the New England Watch Co's products at prices that will please you. . Becton & Co. 22 North vMain Street. ' Everybody welcome. MODERN OFFICES FOR RENT TOR DOCTORS, LAWYERS. DENTISTS, REAj ESTATE. LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENTS, IN THE LEWIS BUILDING. No Co BANK ST. SEE WILLIAM ,T. SCHLEGEL, IN ROOM 12. This Is one of the best, most central and up-to-date six-story bank, store aud office buildings in our prosperous city. Rooms open for inspection. BARGAINS IN REAL ES TATE, LOANS FOR MOST ' ANY AMOUNT SECURED AND PLACED'. FIRE AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. W. J, SCHLEGEL, ! Oranges, Oranges, Oranges, Special Sale Until Thanksgiving. f Fancy Florida Oranges Fancy Lemons - Mixed Nuts - - English Walnuts Malaga Grapes Choice Figs - - Fancy .Cape Cod Cranberries No 3.781 Was called for by Mr John Ineson, titles, him to 1 barrel (Jranite Flour. The White-Simmons : WHOLESALE AND 163-I65 Bank Street .-rm-'s&-m- - : - KS - - 34 - 3s - :8 ifs Si -M afs 58 s 1 - THANKSGIVING SALE With Val ties To Be Thankful For. Ei Gy Kiimtt & 11 ir .eaders In Wanls-ForSalelRem "pOR SALE Tey Milch Cows. Andrew Vurkoli, Water town. Iuqulie 1 r r . . -t : : TO RENT Tenement of four or six rooms. - Mania Scully, 130 Sylvan Avenue. 11-2B : Kristulv, ' ' " Kristaly - v i Kristaly. Spring ot St. "Lucusbatl Hungarian Buda Mineral Spring-Water. The purest, best and richest in Carbonic Acid of all table waters. Representatives wauted. Write to Set. Lucasbader Brnnnen Actien Uesellschaft Budapest. "ISTANTKD Position as janitor or fireman, by competent man. Have just been dis charged from the army and willing to take anv position. Address "A" Democrat office. Il-i3-tf WANTED An energetic man with business ooility and haviUR U.uoJ. cash to invest to open a store in Waterbury or any other town and represent a reliable and' well known firm, for the sale of staple Koods. paying lare pro fits and consumed daily. Address Importer," P. O. Box 1-JU9. New YuikCity. U-'-il-T TO RENT Very desirable tenement or five rooms. 24 Lune Sirct, all modern im provements, newlv papered: rent $10 per mouth. J. Coogan, 8.M Baldwin Street. 11-19-tr TO RENT A barn of twelve stalls. V. Holohan. Apply to n-iii-tr TO RENT-One flat ol six rooms. P. Holohan. 11-13-lf TO RENT Throe rooms. l t Cook? Street, modern improvements, Five rooms. yj Maple Street, modern Improvements. ir.MW. Five rooms, 47G North Main Stree. modern im provents, tfltt. Inquire John O'Neill. 131 Cooue Street. 10-31-tf rpO RENT One tenement of eih two tenements of four roo ns rooms and uoh, at ltli South Main Street. Mrs J street. P. LawloriM Cooke 10-W TO RENT- In "v rttivillo, on Maple Street near trolley a veiy desirable six room cot tage, all improvements including iuiMuce. spring water, larye lot: H:0U George L. Jenks, C orner Prospect and Chestnut Streets, Water- viue. . . , ju- jy-u "IpOUNI -The place to cei a regular dinner Jor l.'c- AieNie's 3 and lue lunch room. 73 Bank Street. 10-2T-Hn TUT ANTE D- Cast off clothing for which the " highest cash prices will be paid. i. lean ing", cvem and r:.?pairmjf neatly doae. V ilhiim Posbrier, ao'J Bank street. IHVESTMEHT PROPERTY! Located on Orange stre,t; 3-family bouse; contaius al modern improve ments; size of lot rUx70 feet: rents for $33 per month: reasonable amount down; price 4,000. Tins will pay you a larger per rent on your money than bank Interest. Look this us. LANG AND PIIELAN. 1.25 Bank Street' NECKWEAR At 25 and 50c. .The kind you will want for Thanks giving, aud if you want the latest in Fancy Shirts for $1.00, they are in our stock. GILLMOMie Hatter 25 Exchange Place. Halibut 16c. Blue Fish 12c COD LIVER OIL A SPECIALTY... Cor Union and South Main. 25c and 30c doz I ic doz 15c lb 15c lb 20c lb 15c lb ioc qt, 3 for -25c of Oakville, which en- .RETAIL ' GROC ERS. Waterbury Conn. - 8 - - SS - S8-58-&- "Ox- -38 sS- as; -28 I :f I; 1 52 I I m 1 I a Suits and Overcoats. This store makes special efforts to reach. the man that wants the best vnlues for his money. We think ' we have them, and stand ready to prove to you that with a stock, every article of which is this season's, and the prices all we say is, compare them. ' Our Washington 31111s Kersey . Overcoats others ask ?10. and ?12 for them we sell them for ?d.90. Other great values iu Men's Overcoats a,t $ 10, ?t2, $15. " I , 1 5' tJ1 V 4 Co. k I f tow Prices, CITY FISH MARKET mem ..and.. Hughes: WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, 1900. Telephone 4IO. pecials For After 7s30, As usual our store will be closed To-Morrow, Thanksgiving Dav. TH ANKSG I VINO SI LV ER W ARE SPECIALS. Tea Spoons, S patterns, $2 a dozen, $1.10 per half dozen. Soup Spoons at $2.25 per half dozen. One half dozen each Medium Knives and Forks for $4. One half dozen each Des.sert Knives aud Forks for $o.S3. Heavy Sterling pers at 29c each, Top Salt r5c a pair. and Pep- LINEN SPECIALS. All cur Bleached Damask, regular price C2V2C to-night 42c. All our Bleached Damask, regular price $1, to-night 7oC. Bleached Napkins, 5-S size, regular $1.7-3, to-night $1.33 per dozen. All our 50c Huck and Damask Towels, hemstitched and fringed, to night 37M..C. Tray Cloths, plain hemstitched linen and damask, regular price 50c, to-nitrht sY.c. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 24-inch Leather Suit cases, steel frames, iu oak, brown and green, reg ular price $5, to-night $3.75. . Men's Fleet Lined Underwear, in natural wool and camel's hair, regu lar price $1.25, to-night 07c. Men's All Silk Bat Wing Ties in figures and stripes, regular price 50c, to-ui'ht 2Sc. Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vests" and' Pants, regular price' 25c, to-night 18c. MILLINERY. . Walking Hats in the latest novel ties, regular price $5 aud $0, to-night $3.S0r Our $3 Hat, to-night $2. A full line of colors in our OSe Hat, to-night 49e each. Tarn O' Shanters Hats, camels' hair, all colors, regular price $1.25, to-niglit OSe each. LINEN SPECIALS For Wednesday. Four Pieces, 72-inch Bleached Dou ble Damask; worth $1.25." For 9Sc a yard. Three Pieces Bleached Double Dam ask, 72 Inches wide; regular'price $1.50. For $1.20 a j ai d. Seven pieces GS-iuch Bleached Dam ask; regular price C2c. For 47c a yard. Five pieces Cream Damask G2 inch es wide; our regular 50c quality. For 42c a yard. 5-8 Bleached Napkins; regular pi ice $1.25. Special $1 a dozen. . 23 dozen Tray Cloths, all linen Bleached Damask, hemstitched; 18x27. For 22c each. . 25 dozen 3-4 Bleached Damask Nap kins; regular price $2.98. " For $2.25 a dozen. f 25 dozen Linen Towels, 18s3G; spec iaj value, for, 12c each. 25 dozen All Linen Iluck Tk-wels,! hemmed Damask, figured pam'rns worth 25e. For 19c each. v ' v - v, 13 PateVn Cloths, mostly three yds long aud two. yards wide. At greatly reduced prices to close them out. TcvMght Reid Hughes. THANKSGIVING POULTRY The Finest Stock to be found' at the lowest prices in the city. TURKEYS, DUCKS, etc. Come in and Look Them Over Tuesday. CASH GROCERY. 47 East Main Street Corner rhoenix Avenue. Telephone. 2SS-5. MAIN STREET, WATERVILLE,' PENMANSHIPS PROFESSOR HOLLEY - - ' Teaches every pupil , to write a fina rapid, business hand, in a course, of -10 private lessons and no failures. .All kinds of pen work executed in the highest degree of art. s 1G7 BANK STREET. BRASS CITY COAL GO Coal, Wood and Charcoal. T. F. CONWAY. Mr; , l'AKD NEAR GAS UOUSF-. Telephone: 139-14. COAL, WOOD AND CHARCOAL. JOHN BYRON. Yard rear Plume S Atwood's; Up town office with J. H. Devex-eaux & Co.. 25 East Main Street. Telephone call. Frank Miller & Co 11 SOUTH MAIN STREET. . Ask our patrons about its quality. We keep the best. Our coal is we", prepared. John McEUigott, OFFICES: Sehott's Market, "134 So. Main. Geddes Drug Store, Brooklyn. O AL - HONEST COAL Coal that will give you the full value for your money is the only kind that we sell. The kind that is clean, and that is coalall. tha way through, in which every penny that Is paid 'counts for warmth and comfort for you and your family, ? - -o '' v " Cljt LUMBER Alio COAL CO! 93 Bank Street CHICKENS, 1