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THE WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, J ONE 29 1888.
FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1888.
For Connecticut Fresh to Ir:s'k northeasterly
Winds; h'jjh on coast, backing to northwesierly;
slightly cooler; ra'u xO-Howed by fair weather
CITY AND SUBURBS.
' Mr and Mrs Thomas Kane returned from
their wedding trip last evening.
The Hibernian rifles will hold their last
drill during the season this evening.
Sergeant Eannon is still confined to his
house, and probably will be for a few
Oh! What a fall was there! June 20d,
96 deg; 24th, 91; 25th, 89; 26th, 79; 27th,
76: 538th, 58; 29th, E4.
The Young Men's Democratic club have
ordered a new banner, which will probably
be swung over bouth Main street.
Wadhams' post will give their annual
picnic this year, on August 14, at Pawson
park, going by rail to New Haven and
thence by boat.
M. J. Nelligan, principal of the Porter
street school, yesterday lost his English
setter "Van," by distemper. The dog was
valued at upwards of 100.
Several Naueatuck people have found
out that Eobert Emery Clark, the portrait
painter who skipped this town some time
ago, had victimized them.
The case of John H. Bilson, of Nauga-
tuck vs Charles D; Weaver, petition for
disclosure of the garnishee, was heard be
fore Judge Bradstreet this morning.
Miss Mamie Henry, who has been study
ing at the convent, in company with Miss
Nellie Brennan of Naugatuck, left on the
lp.m. train to-day to spend her vacation
at her home in Millbrook, N. Y.
Albert Yohausen, the crazy Swedish
tailor who was taken to the town house a
Bhort time ago pending his removal to
Middletown,is so much recovered that it is
doubtful if he will be removed.
The I. O. O. F. encampment last even
ing elected the following officers: Ira
Moore, chief patriarch; D. M. Davis, high
priest; A. H. Mills, senior warden; G. T.
Barnes junior warden; Alfred Straw,scribe;
George Barnes, treasurer.
The stone crusher question, which was
much agitated last fall, seems to have en
tirely dropped out of sight. The machine
is stored at the quarry below Railroad Hill,
and the boiler is being used to pump water
into the Cooke street reservoir.
The cold storm of the past two days
has caased considerable discomfort, to
thinly clad people who looked for nothing
of the kind. The rain was needed. So was
the cold several days ago. In this city,
the mercury fell fifty degrees lower than it
Weed's full band of Hartford, J. P.
King leader, has been engaged by the Con
solidated road to furnish music at High
Bock grove, July 4. Company A, of this
city will picnic at the grove that day, and
the music will be -as good, if not better,
than in former years.
Frederick William lodge, K. of P., met
at American hotel last evening and made
arrangements for the installation of the
new lodge on July 10. All of the state
officers will be present, and after the cer
emonies which will commence at 2 o'clock,
there will be a banquet served.
The annual picnic of Company A, at
High Eock grove July 4, gives promise of
being as successful as usual notwithstand
ing the counter attraction at Bridgeport.
There will be racing, games, dancing, a
special range for rifle practice and num
erous other amusements. The fare for the
round trip will be 35 cents.
It is not improbable that the field day of
the A. O. which has been fixed tor
Monday, August 6, at Seaside park, Bridge
port, will be changed. A committee has
been appointed for the purpose of com
pleting all arrangements, and will report
at the district meeting to be held on Satur
day, July 7, upon the advisability of chang
ing the date.
The result of the tour of inspection of
the railroad commissioners over the M.,
W. & C. E. railroad, yesterday, was the
acceptance of the line, which they found
to be in unusually good shape for a new
road. At one or two trestles they recom
mended more niiing-m, which the com
pany had already arranged for, and sug
gested that for the present trains be not
run too rapidly. Meriden Journal.
The Hartford Times has discovered
poison that will km burralo bugs. At is
iniected with a hypodermic syringe, at the
point where the bug's diaphragm is attach
ed to its thorax. The poison causes paraly
sis or the muscles or the diaphragm, re
sulting in short breath, acfema of the kid
neys and subsequent prostration of the ap
petite. Unable longer to eat carpets the
bug dies in the course of a few weeks.
At the annual meeting of court Han
cock, A. 0. F., held last evening the fol
lowing officers were elected: Thomas Lud
dy, chief ranger; John Walsh, sub chief
. ranger; Dennis F. Murnane, recording sec
retary; John JDelaney, senior woodward;
Leo P. Bovally, junior woodward: Thomas
McEvoy, senior beadle, and William Gor
man, junior beadle. Court physician
O'Hara, and druggist Bossidy held over for
another six months.
bhould to-morrow be lair the work on
the cemetery road will be finished. There
have been ten teams with drivers and
laborers at work n it for three weeks and
7,000 yards of filling put in. The road is
now almost level from the West Main street
bridge to Bank street, and taken with the
Watertown road will make one of the
nicest drives tor miles around. The new
iron fence about the cemetery and the im
provements to be made in the shrubbery
will add greatly to its appearance.
There were three Jacks in the prisoners'
box this morning, all charged with drunk
enness. John McCann is a minor, and
said he got his liquor in a South Main
street saloon. John McMahon and John
P. O'Brien are knights of the road, and
were found near the Naugatuck depot
asleep, u Jsrien claimed a residence in
Richmond, Virginia, and was a fancy sign
portrait painter. He says he is the artist
who painted "Christ at Prayer," from the
30th chapter of Leviticus. He said he was
poisoned with mercury, and took whiskey
as an antidote. All three will languish at
the town house for a few weeks working
out $5 fines.
A new borer, or thought to be new in
these parts, says the New London Day, has
attracted attention to-day on liiiy street,
' where several of them have been at work
on a dead tree. The borer is a singular
looking insect, resembling a long waisted
wasp as to its body, and being armed with
a long flexible tail. When prospecting for
business the borer wanders over the trunk
of the tree tapping or sounding as he goes
in search of Borne especially rotten place
worth his attention. When he has struck
oil, so to speak, the funny business com
mences, the long tail is contracted in
length, and spreads out like a fan. With
this instrument the insect does rapid work,
boring into a tree for a distance of more
than twice its length in half an hour. A
: specimen was obtained which will be sent
to Yale college to be named. : .
' This afternoon Hose Company No 5 put
out a slight fire in a shed on Martin alley
Dr A. J. Walsh, who has had an office
in this city for ' some time, will locate in
Tornngton m a few days.
The May earnings of the N. Y. and N. E.
road were $424,436, an increase of $47,891
over the same month last year.
L. M. Meyer and M. Guilfoile of this city,
addressed the Butchers' Protective Associ
ation at Bridgeport last evening.
A complaint has been entered against
young Casey who jumped on John Don
ovan's face, while the latter was asleep in
Collins stable a few nights ago.
John P. Elton, of this city, received the
degree of Bachelor of Science, at the an
nual commencement exercises held' at
Trinity college, Hartford, yesterday.
This afternoon Officer Bvrnes found Ike
White and Morris Supa, of the Brooklyn
district dealing in junk without a li cense
and took both of them to station house.
The Fifth Connecticut Volunteers will
hold a reunion at G. A. R. hall August
9. Capt. D. B. Hamilton, the only Water-
burv member of The Fifth, will be the
Eobert Wolff, who was run over by a
horse car several weeks ago, is now able to
be about, and with the exception of some
severe internal btrains is on a fair way to
It is probable that the hearing for an in
junction brought by East Main street resi
dents, restraining the new railroad from
filling in at the rear of their property, will
not be heard this week, as one of the wit
nesses whose testimony bears heavily upon
the case is absent m New York.
The committee having in charge the ex
cursion given by the First church to Lake
Mahopac, last Wednesday, have written
letter to ticket agent Man waring of the New
England road, expressing their entire satis
faction with the arrangements that he made
with the company for their trip to this re
Officers of Tunxis tribe of Bed Men were
elected as follows last night : TV H
Hewitt, sachem; O. W. Cornish, senior
sagwa; U. K. Upson, junior sagwa; ueorge
H. Cowell, prophet; L. S. Brackett, chief
of records; C. H. Bronson, assistant chief
of records. At the next meeting the chiefs
will be raised.
The cold and stormy weather prevented
a large attendance at the Doris and Sulli
van circus yesterday, and it is some excuse
for the very poor exhibition given. It was
not the Doria circus of former days, and
unless there is a reduction of from 50 to
75 per cent in the price of admission empty
benches will be the rule before the season
Eevs William Lynch, of this city, Barry,
of Hartford, and Martin, of Norwich, were
ordained to the priesthood in the presence
of their friends at the cathedral in Wor
cester, Mass., this morning by the Eight
Rev Bishop O'Reilly of the Worcester
diocese. The ceremony was to have taken
place at Hartford, but was transferred to
Jishop O'Reilly's diocese. .
William Beeeher, a driver for the
Apothecaries Hall company reported to
the police this afternoon that an Italian
was raising a disturbance on Baldwin street.
It was rumored that the Italian had used
knife. Officer Ahearn went up there but
could not find any of the parties. It seems
that the Italian attempted to steal a bird
and cage which started the row.
Miss ivate liaingan or this city and
Thomas Kane, a prominent Waterbury
grocer, were married in St Mary's church
this morning by Rev Dr Higgins. Miss
Rose Clark, a niece of the bride, was
bridesmaid, and Thomas Conlon, of Con-
Ion Brothers, large dry goods merchants of
Waterbufy, was groomsman. After the
ceremony a reception was held at the resi
dence of Bernard , Clark on Jefferson
street. Mr and Mrs Kane will reside in
Waterbury after the bridal toirr. New
Officers Fagan and Brickel spent yester
day at New Haven at the trial before the
county commissioners of Jeremiah Dwyer
of this city, charged with having access to
his bar-room from his living appartntents,
A he access consisted of a water pipe which
was ran through a closet floor to the beer
barrels below, thus enabling him to draw
beer on bunday in his living apartments
it was the hrst case or the Kind that ever
came before the commissioners and they
decided to allow Dwyer to go on payment
of all the costs. Another feature of this
rather remarkable trial was the absence of
two of the witnesses of the state who al
though they went as far as the depot re
fused to board the train claiming that
since no compensation was tendered them
before starting they could refuse to leave
the city. A case similar to the above is
now pending before the courts.
Resorted to Arbitration.
The district arbitration committee of
the A. O. F., which was composed of two
representatives from Bridgeport, one from
Hartford, one from Walhngtord, and one
from JNew Haven, met m New Haven Wed
nesday night and sat as tribunal in a case in
which one of their brother members ac
cased another of being a defaulter and
for which slander was alleged. The case
was that of O'Hara vs Malloy and was
brought up for trial before the Court
Housatonic, of Birmingham, of which
both are members. O'Hara then failed to
substantiate his charges and was found
guilty, from which finding he appealed tr
the district arbitration committee, which
met last evening. Decision was reserved
A MAN OF NERVE.
A Hartford Laborer Hurled Beneath a
Mass of Earth.
William Ranney, a laborer was buried
yesterdav morning in the excavation now
being made at the corner of Main street and
Central Row, Hartford. The mishap
curreu a rew minutes arier y:oU and it was
20 minutes or half an hour before he -v
aug out. ine excavation is ror the pur
pose oi repairing a ieaK in tne sewer near
the cellar of the Hartford Trust company.
and Ranney was at work on the bottom of
the dugout, which is 12 feet deep. He was
facing the east, bending forward, and using
a picK. witnout warning, a compact lump
cf macadam, two feet square, broke from
tne nortn side at tne top and fell upon
Eanney's back and shoulders. . This stag
gered nun, and betore he could straighten
up, another mass, four or five times the
size of the first, followed. Eanney was
foiced to the bottom, doubled up, with his
face down. He was covered from sight of
tnose wno were above. After being ex
tricated he was taken into Hogan's plumb
ing establishment. He .sat in a chair, and
an examination disclosed no injuries save
disagreeable strain on his back caused by
holding up the enormous weight thereon,
In less than half an hour he exprsssed
desire to go to work again, but from this
he was dissuaded1 ' He went home soon
after to rest for the day. No physician
was called or needed.
The Remains Exhumed.
The remains of Delia Murphy, the young
girl whom it is supposed died of malprac
tice, were exhumed at Middletown yester
day. ' Three physicians are now engaged
in a post mortem examination.
DOING THE RACES.
Henry Murray Gets His Head Cat and is
. Arrested. -.-'".
The Shelton Advertiser this morning
gives the following account of the doings
of a Waterbury young man in that neigh
borhood: Henry Murray, of Canal street,
Waterbury, with a brother swindler, have
been operating upon the uninitiated at the
races the past few days with what is known
as a "shell outfit." Several verdant youths
fell victims to their daft manipulations of
the "little ball." Yesterday they brought
their shells into town and proceeded to
fleece the people at the various public re
sorts. At one place visited, their actions
were so offensive to the patrons of the
place as to cause their being ordered out.
Upon refusing to go, a fight followed, m
which Murray received a wound in the
back of the head that bled profusely. He
was taken to the lock-up, where the flow
of blood was checked, and the wound
serred up by Dr. O'Sullivan. Murray's
partner, who started the row, succeeded in
making his escape during the confusion
following his injury.
GOING INTO STATISTICS.
Bridgeport'! Big Anniversary and Fourth
' of July Boom.
The rain and dull business yesterday
gave a Bridgeport man a statistical turn
of mind, and he pencilled over several
sheets of paper in the endeavor to work
out the problem as to the number or peo
ple who would visit Bridgeport on July 3
and 4, the amount of money they would
spend and where they wo aid spend it.
With favorable conditions he estimates
that 20,000 people will go there by water,
mostly from New York, if the excursions
as announced are run, and at least 15,000
by railroad, 3,000 by the Housatonic, 3,000
by the Naugatuck and the remainder by
the Consolidated road. Allowing for an
increase of this low estimate, it is thought
that 40,000 strangers will be in the city,
Outside of railroad fares, he thinks that
SI a person is a very low estimate of the
average expenditure in town of the visitors,
and he believes that $50,000 will be left at
restaurants, saloons, hotels, boarding
houses, stores generally, and in hundreds
The clap-boards of a house in West Suf-
field were set on fire the other day by sun-
rays reflected from the milk-pans.
Mrs Theron Beach of Litchfield passed
her one hundredth birthday Wednesday.
She lives in the same house in which she
was born 100 years ago.
C. W. Watkins, a Hartford druggist, is
missing. l's store has been attacned on
claims of $800 aad his wife and three chil
dren are without means.
As the late Siiurges D. Beers, of Bridge
port, had a fear of being buried alive, he
directed in his will that bis remains should
be kept as long as possible before the fun
eral, and then laid away in a receiving
vault for five months before being com
mitted to the earth. His wishes in that re
gard will be complied with. .
The Body Identified.
The man who was killed at Milf ord early
last Tuesday morning, has been identified
as William A. Stone, ot y Silver . street,
New Haven. A pool check of J. Leary, the
Church street saloonkeeper, served as the
clue towards identification. The body has
been buried by the orders of Dr Andrews,
but will be exhumed and brought to New
Haven for interment.
WOKLD OF SPORTS.
The Washingtons have released John
Burdock and Sutton have been
by the Bostons.
The Waterbury and Derby will play on
the West End grounds Saturday
Jack Farrell, of Hartford, is now cap
tain of the Bloommgton, 111., club
James Watts will bulletin the result of
the Yale-Harvard race this afternoon,
Five put outs and five assists was Jack
Campana's record at third base yesterday
Shoch is plavine short stop for the
Washingtons, but is weak on ground balls
The Washingtons may give Shaw, whom
thev released last season, another trial in
The Giants had lost two games less at
this date last season and won the same
The Boston Herald says Ed Daily is play
ine a magnificent right field for the
Company A's ball club and a club from
the New Haven Blues are playing a game
of ball here this afternoon.
' Cincinnati has offered Serad and
money consideration for pitcher Con
Murphy of tho Syracuse Stars.
The Waterburys and Danburys play two
games of ball in Danbury to-day. Dons'
circus is in the hatting town to-day,
Stafford took Wheeler's place in Worces
ters right field yesterday and distinguished
himself by mumng two out of three nies,
The Brooklyns have at last 'been headed
and passed by the St Louis Browns. The
illness of Orr is proving pretty expensive
for the Brooklyns.
Darymple was deprived of a home, run
Monday, at Indianapolis, by the peculiar
circumstances of the ball hitting a telegraph
wire just outside the centre field fence and
bounding back into the lot. It must have
been a tremendous drive.
President Davidson of the Louisville club
has laid off Tom Ramsey, the famous left
handed pitcher, without pay. Ramsey has
been drinking ever since he left Kansas
City, and Mr Davidson has determined
that he shall be suspended till he reforms,
John L. Sullivan, the champion of the
world, was on exhibition in the front win
dow of the Cooly house office last evening
and was Viewed by an admiring crowd o:
ragged hoodlums and a score or so of
grown up men who gazed in open-mouthed
wonder upon the figure seated inside with
its legs crossed, v a cigar tilted upwards
from one corner of its mouth and its hat
drawn down over one eye, almost touching
Who!esale and Fetau dealer in Foreign and Do
mest'c As. WiDes,L?qiioos and Cigars.
34 and 36 East Main St.
WHOM I? MA CONCERN.
tween J. B. Wi -tains ana W. C. E6"j"i?son Is th's
day dissolved by mrtual consent. J. B. Yi) ams
will conduct the business at the o!d stand and
paru-iersnixj nerioiore ' ei 8t ny oy 830. le-
pay pii Dins to aate.
J. B. WILLIAMS. L.S
W. C. ROBINSON. L.S
Waterbury, Jaae 29, 1888.
.BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. -
T'rse Strawberries. Watermelons. Cucumbers
&c. at i . F. Comoy's.
A. O. H. Picric July 4 and 5, e.t Esll Grourds.
Great variety of Fire Works at Martin Ee.Iris.
.Parasols for everyone, nobody excepted, at E.
T. Turner & Co's.
PICNIC AND IRISH GAUES,
OTVKH BT THE
Second Division, A. 0. H.
At Base Ball Grounds,
JULY A AND 5, 1888.
TOUHBY, the Irish Piper will furnish
music for Irish Jig and Reels.
Amphion Orchestraj TJffendale Prompter.
The programme of sports includes, Run
ning, Jumping, Throwing the Stone, Base
Ball contest, Wheelbarrow, Obstacle and
Sack Itaces. i
Grand Exhibition Drill
By the members $f the Second Division.
Refreshments in attendance. Dancing at 2
o'clook each day.
TICKETS, I- 25 CENTS.
A large Furnished Front Boom, suitable
for two persons.
Apply to Mrs Bradley,
57 South Main street.
have a Straw Hat
tor our not summer
if you want
Hat for little money, one that
will keep your head cool, and
wear without bf eaJane:, ' 1 can
sell you just what you want,
for I have my- Straw Hats
made for me at the Lowest
Manufacturer's Prices and give
customers the benefit.
J. B. MULLINGS,
Reliable Hatter. 65 Bank Street.
H. G. Chatfield & Co.
NO. 38 BANK ST.
.Diamonds, watcnes, wold and
Silver, Jewelry, Silver and
'Silver Plated Ware. .
Reliable Goods at Moderate Prices
Repairing a Specialty.
are not selected for their fine ao-
pearance in the leaf, but for their Superior Quali
ty in the cup. Special care is used in the selec
tion and purchase of this article, and all judges
will decide alter a caret ui test by comparison,
that we are giving the Best Value to our patrons
and we shall for a limited time give each custo
mer who purchases of us 1 lb of our Best Black
Gunpowder or Japan Tea, a Present of 3 1-2 lbs.
of Ex. C Sugar. These Teas are of New Cron.
fine flavored, and 60 eta., is the lowest price at
which they are sold elsewhere, without a present
shall soon have small packages, very handy for
families who cannot use large tubs, and do not
want the trouble of buying by the pound.
POTATOES. 90o per bushel or 25o per peck.
CHOICE CORN, 10c. Extra choice 15c, 2 for 25o
SALMON 17c. LOBSTER 16c.
CALIFORNIA PEACHES. APRICOTS, CHER-
KlKS and 1MSAKS, S5o.
SARDINES, 4 boxes for 25c.
HIGGINS German Laundry SOAP, 6 bars 25o.
FAMILY SOAP, 35 bars for $1.00.
FLOATING SOAP, 3 bars for 10c.
BEST PRUNES 8 lbs for 25c.
PURE CIDER VINEGAR, per gallon 15 cents,
one half gallon. 10c.
HAY, GRAIN and FEED at lowest prices.
HEATER & ABER,
Cor. Bank and Meadow Sts., Waterbury
The Monitor Oil Stove
Presents its claim of being '
THE BESTIN THE MARKET
Stoves sent out on trial and
sold on easy payments. Call and examine
George Robbins1, Crockery & Glassware
3 EAST MAIN STEEET.
B. Shoninger & Co
Some of the things we do for the improvement
oi iraae; Keep oniy first-Class nanos and or
gans, known everywhere as Standard Goods.'W
sell them at the lowest possible prices and most
f; voi-able terms. Weber, Shoninger, Emerson &
Wheeloek are our leaders any one of which will
5n every way give satisfaction and prove a source
r in any iamuv. Among tne tntngs we do
a is this : Never annov neonle. who are not
re-'dyto buy, or lie about our neighbors goods,
buc are willing to accord all a fair valuation in
vo6 market. Neither do We run after a customer
wjo has purchased of other agents, trying to
make them dissatisfied, and are yet liberal
eaouh not to do all the Business. No Miniature
PVdos carried In our pockets or Tuning Ham
me .-s thrown in. We prefer tie principle of every
farmer to his milk cans, and mechanic to his
trade erd hpve yet a friendly feel
ing and jj jathv for Piano Tuners. Lastly, we
manage our bwa bi's'nops honestly, fairly and le
gitimaielv; -. v Coll: r for dollar promptly; fur
nish our ot j Bank Vaulis for Leases taken from
Installment Cu' toners without the aid of Sher
iffs to co!1cj on fiie s. -a?e. Thirty years standing
befo-e .he jieo le as a Company, is sufficient
guarantee ot or . s a'jiujy. Those Shoninger
Nexr istyle U.).r'4 at P?a.io are elegant in design
and flj'. h. Ve jjul;e iiiem and get the price way
dow-i. Wair&jjvjenn.fc-class. All the rest of
the dealers a.e olow-ag ebout them, which
proves that Kiev e.e A No 1. otherwise no abuse
would 'je iieoessti-y. remember an agent nev
er runs aom a Puvao to
you unless it is a
Examine our Shon-
source of sharp competition,
B. SHONINGER & CO.,
I6 Bank .Street
GEO. L. PELHAZX; Manager. ,
WHITE HATS !
We are offering special induce-
ments this week in Children's
Trimmed and Untrimmed
WHITE HATS !
We are 'showing an unusually
arge line in . all colors and styles
and in all qualities of straw.
Extra value in 'Knock About"
Hats for vacation wear.
Just received a complete and well selected stock
oi ismng TacKie, incinding tne HOKTEN'S Tend
ered Tubeler Steel Rods.Split Bamboo Fly Rods,
ods of all styles and prices. Hooks. Lines. Snells
Flies, Bobs, Reels, Pat Baits, Fly Books,, Baskets
Garden and vegetable seeds of all the leading
FRESH AND RELIABLE.
We have Peas and Beans groWn especially for as.
and other varieties In bulk, by which you get
about twice as much as in papers and we guaran
tee mem iresn ana oi turn season's stocK.
D. B. WILSON & CO S
U East Main St, WATEKBORY.
Just look at that place in which Louis M.Mever
lives at 130 North Main street, it will be sold
cheap, because he wishes to build a lartre house
and improve his land on Waterville Ave. You.
who want an extra fine Residence with all the
modern improvements, which the inventive ge
nius of the age could suggest comfort and re-
nnement may can at my office at once and get a
Dargain Detore tne auctioneer's nammer comes
down. I have places on the following streets.
which will be sold cheap: Kingsbury, Cue, North
Main, Farm, Walnut, Ayers, Railroad Hill, Brook,
Canal, High, Dublin, Scovill, North Grove, South
Main, jsaat Main,Jonn,Mortn v me, willow, spring.
South Wilson. Grand. Liberty. Burton. Clark. Ni
agara, Hill, Franklin, Leonard, Wilson, Simon,
Clark, Prospect, Hillside Ave. Wilson Place. H-Th-
land Aye, Rafferty Place, Middlebuir lload, Park
Ave, Saw Mill Plains. Bui'd'as lots In all parts
of the town, also Farms, large and smalL good
and bad, with stock and without, also a few
small places outside of the city, will be sold very
cheap. Stores ana Horses to rent at
TIERKEY'S Real Estate Office
129 BANK STREET.
Main Street, Waterbury, Conn.
Teeth made. Teeth filled.
Teeth repaired. Teeth pivoted. Teeth cleaned.
x eetnreguiatea. Teem treated, 'reetuextractea.
Teetn extracted, witn gas.
All operations on the Natural Teeth done
In the best manner, and the lowest prices for
the best work.
NEYER BEHIND !
Are in Rome
Do as Borne
Every Purchaser of
Boots and Shoes
at our Store will receive a
Ticket for Each 50 Cents'
worth purchased. Each Ticket entitles the Pur
chaser to a chance on the Fine
displayed in our window,
continue our well known
Piano being a Gift to the
Remember we shall
LOW PRICES. The
holder of the lucky
E. J. FINN,
13 East Main Street.
Bear in Mind tne Fact
That you can buy GROCERIES
cheaper at the BOSTON BRANCH than at
any other place in the city.
Standard Granulated, 14 lbs.,
" White Extra C, 16 lbs.,
New Turkish Prunes, 21 lbs.,
Best French " per lb.,
Strictly Fresh Egra " "
STRING BEANS, WAX BEANS, TOMA
TOES, NEW POTATOES 40 Cents per
Also Asperagus, Peas, Tomatoes, Cucum
bers, Knubard, .Lemons and Oranges.
A Present given to every person buying
one pound ot lea.
M. F. CONNOLLY,
104 SO. MATNT ST-
D raperie S
Special Bargains in
100 samples from one and one
half to two yards long, right
for short windows and doors,
at 25 -cents each.
Also Bargains in Printed and
Lace Scrims, Cretonnes and all
kinds df Heavj' Draperies.
IIILLER & PECK.
JUST FOR FTXW
WE WILL SELL v
Fifty Children's Suits at SCc a Suit
Exactly the thing for boys for
tion. When you want the best WORKING PANTS made
come to us and get one of SWEET & CO'S., "The best in the
World." Complete stock of CLOTHING. STRAW HATS.
LIGHT FUR HATS, FANCY SHIRTS, NECK WEAR, UN
DERWEAR for the warm season at the
MEBMY 01 PRICE CLOT
106 Bank Street.
E. 1 TURNER &
At Manufacturers Prices. Commencing to-morrow morniner.
we Shall Offer OUr StOCK OI PARASOLS at prices SO 10W that it
I ... - . ,
win pay every iaay to see ine ocock
Parasols for Children.
Parasols for Misses.
Parasols for Young Ladies.
Parasols for Old Ladies.
Parasols for Evervbodv
E. T. TURNER & CO'S.
"Vacation Season Commences.
if you need a Vacation Suit, now is the time to buy
it, as you can buy a $5.00 Suit for $&75, a $6.00 Suit for $4.75, a $6.50
or $7.00 Suit for $5.75 and so on through entire stock.
We've too many of them, but not nearly as many since advertis
ing: them last week, we shall continue to sell at "Cut Prices" fork
few days longer.
WHAT is more comfortable to
STRAW HATS Black, White and Fancy brands.
FANCY FLANNEL CAPS, for Tennis, Boating, Ball Playing &c.
We've a laree assortment of Odd Pants, if vou don't need a full
! suit you can match the old Jacket, or buy an odd Pant and Flan
nel iilousrt ana you are au nicea ai very smau expense.
If your'e lucky enough to have parents that can afford to send
you to the Shore, Mountain or out into the Country, and you need
a email Trifirfiiim or larce L"lrC."tJ" JJ SL A. T- wa run
fix you out, and save your father
J. A. Godfrey & Co.,
The BOYS' CLOTHIER, 46 Bank St.
fin Elegant Cnerry Plash Trimmed
To be given away August 1. A Chance for every Dollar's worth.
Men's Genuine Hand Uade Lonlon Sbaes
Plain and Cap Toe reduced to $5,001
Feather Weight Kangaroo Shoes
For Slimmer, $3.50. You can find a better class of Men's Shoes and
more of them here than in any Store at Lower Prices. We are the
Sole Agent for
E. C. Burt's Fine Shoesi
We have Ladies' Patent Leather, French Kid and Dongola Slippers
and Oxford Ties.plain toe and patent tip in Common Sense and Op
era Styles from $1.00 to $3.00. We make no false announcements
and never do any business we have to apologize for.
72 Bank St.,
the hot weather during vaca
J. A HYNES.
Friday, June 22.
play in, in warm weather than a
money. "You just tell him this."
Opp. P. 0.