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TVATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1895.
NAUGATUCK COLUMN. What Our NelRliliors Are Io!nir anil Talking About. F. S. Taylor of AVatorbury 1ms entered the employ of Groivr lHllo'n. Tlie furniture for the new school room will lie set up on "Monday anil Tuesday. It is thought now that the room can he occupied on Wednesday s a class room. Mrs Samuel Oshorn and daughter and jlrs Mary .1. Uii.e have gone to Ver mont for a few days" visit with Mrs Oshorn's inothe The weddings announced of welM known vounir people are tho-e ot ticorsro M. Kuninev and Miss Sadie .lus.-phme Culver, at St Michaels church on sep tember 2' : Charles A. Sanlonl and Miss IVIia M. Baldwin. Arthur 1.. Wood and Miss Kate Chevalier, both home wed dings, on October 2: Frank H. .ludd and Miss Kiltie M. Trowbridge, also a home wedding on October !. N'e have no IN! of weddings to take place in St Francis" church, but have heard that there would he a number .oon. Of one thing we are assured. Father l.enahan would bo pleased to perform the service to make any of his young parishioners happy, also that there are young ladies ju-i dying from envy because they are nol asked. Kugene Geary is tilting "P his Church street bakery and expects to opeu to night. It is to he hoped that the warden and burgesses will take some action to-nighi as regards the rise and fall in the side walk on Church street, caused by the cutting down in front of Andrew and Curliss" new stores. It now forms an elegant stepping otV place. Dillon has carted in ipi'ite a lot of flour, etc, in the new stoic he expects to remove to soon. Mrs Amos Culver entertained a num ber of middle aged ladies yesterday afternoon. Tea was served at live o'clock to about thirty. There was a good sized audience om to see "The Convict's lnughler" la-t night. The play was both well played and well staged. The new scenery showed up very finely. The new drop cubtain is expected ihe latter part ot next week. A couple of trees are to be trar. planted on the new green bet ween ti'.e churches. There is "c idrnlly an error somewhere a regards ;he fcuniahi. (he circular basin being so large that it drips onto the outer keeping it sloppy all '.be front of the fountain, the assistance of the school be we notice, stand there and. I: u . tune. :: V, itllo'.ll s. bo. 'Hash Ue water out onto the w alk. oilier matter that the hoar hhould consider, and pass to protect both monument from being defaced or Thi ol" bin-. md louutaii eing man.' : nuisance. F. W. 'folios, when ho sold his present place, expected to move into his nor. home on Fairvicw aein:c by the la-t o! June. It is hardly thought now thai it will be ready lor occupancy before November. Mrs John Casey, whoso funeral takes place from si Francis church on suuda;. afternoon, was the mother of .lane -Gallagher, who was at one time a well known constable b"re. ."-he had been ill for some t hue. lluilder Hoaclley ot tlie Clove com) commenced yesterday io tear down red storehouse over the ditch h railroad track to make room to put u any o : i tt 1 1 ' ' o foundation for ihe eoinpaaCs n.-.. et.Vo building, which w ill be commenced ; otiee. The police station was wired for tele phone sen ice yo-tc',da y. Chief llo-tord w ill also hae one put in at bis home I'm night Use. One is at ihe borough'.-, ex pense, the oilier ai hi- own. It turns out that John A. Pi ck hold- a life interest in the lot noedeii for .-chool purposes, consequently a deed is worth less unless signed by hitii. The programme for ih at 5 :'M 1". M. to-morrow praise servtot in ihe otigre gational church is an inlere-iing one. and without a doubt will fill the house. A flute solo is one of the attractions. Choir Master Minor, who is al-o to he captain of the High soho.il foot ball team, expected to select two elevens to day for pracl ice teams. The boys were to meet to-day on the trolling park. We notice John Staplolon around in much improved health since he came back from his summer trip. He think-I if he could ha e stayed a month longer' lie would Have been as w ell as e r. The family of Burgess l. Mills, who had been stopping for some week in Maine, arrived home on Thursday evening. They were to be home last Monday, but lengthened out their visit. It was a very hot afternoon and even ing, still a goodly number went up lo Waterbtirv last night to sec O'Neill in "Virgiuiu's." "A Baggage Check" will probably draw sonic lroiu lu re to-night. All members belonging to the Hiber nian ltille company are requested to be at Hibernian hall to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, as there is business of im portance to be transacted. Tostei s announcing the Danlmry fair, to open on etobor s. to continue for live days, have been circulated here. Christanson. who purchased one of the old school buildings and put it on the trotting park, has purchased the male rial in the old red storehouse, he to rake down the balance of the building. He was hard at it at is a. in. to-uav. fie w ill probably make another tenement of it in some locality. The young man with pneumonia. at the hotel, was quite low ve-ierday. Still, his physician thinks he will pull through! Jeremiah Dunn is putting down the cobble gutter in front of l.iuk-ev's new stores at l iiiou City. Miss Alice C. Dickinson of lh-ooklyn, N. Y., has been engaged to teach 'the classes in the salem sell ool. The humidity here la-! ni;!,t Was high and the fog nr!y ibi- n:o!-j!1g heavv. It made it v.tv' unpleasant for those coming home from the theatre lasi 1 1 i 1 it from Waterbury. r" Jean Jacques was down here with a new chart of his lions yesterday lie has 8 't aside forty-one seats, all in firs; rate pal locality, cxpre.-slv lor N augat nek it ... i , . . ion.-, it none seat- are iieeuea uiov can be ordered from McCarthy s bv' tele phone. This give- our people aii even show with Waterbury. All his ,'a s w ill be a Ivortised in the Di:mk l.wr aiid seats sold here two days iu advance. j The Xaugatuek Liquor Dealers' asso ciation sent delegates to New Haven yesterday to attend the annual conven tion of the Liquor Dealers' association of Connecticut. A long series of reso lutions was passed, one we will refer to. I was: "Hesolyed. that weemphatieally denounce the toleration for political or other purposes of that disreputable class of persons known as the keepers of loosely conducted hotels, who propa gate druukenness and debauchery among the youth of the land, desecrate the sabbath and east odium on legiti mate trade. We would therefore ask that the municipal governments, mem bers of the law and order societies, tem perance advocates and all good citizens, unite iih us in uholUhing this alarming and gigantic vil." We think from what we the association help enough in this least most of the might also say to burv friends who have heard that will soon have place to break up at Sunday traffic. We i number of Water often come here to drink on Sunday that it would be well to bring enough miyiey with them to put up a slO bond if arrested in a saloon. A hint to the wise should be sullicient. The I'lumb-Cariington cases will be tried this afternoon. It Conlil Not Bo Removed by Her. "George," sho said earnestly, "there :B something troubling yon. I know it. Von have been nueasy and embarrassed vnr since you came hero this evening. " Tho yonnf? m:wi Unshed ) the roots :f his pompadour, then turned deadly palo again. Still he made no reply. "George," continued tho girl plead ingly, "we are not married yet, it is true. But yet I think I have a right to know of your troubles. Remember, dar ling, I am soon to bo ycrars for life for hotter or for worse." Hero her voice sank to a low, sweet cadence, while a gentle blush mantled her face. Bnt tho young man was silent, though impressed. "Think," she went on, "I am to be tho sharer of all yonr joys and sorrows in the near future. Let me learn what this passing shadow is. Perhaps I can arlp to dissipate the darkness that is creeping into your lifr into both our lives," she added timidlly. Oneemoie he made a violent effort to ?pe:'.k, but no words came from his trembling lips. "There is something worrying you?" the girl asked tentatively. lie nodded assentinply. "And there is nothing I can do to re move it?" Ee -ihcok his head vigorously. "Why not?" she asked coldly, plain ly offended. "Bc.t.uso, " ho said, with a final wrench as ho reached for his hat, "it is i p. rous plaster on tho small of my b.-.olc that ought to havo been removed this rooming. " And he rushed swiftly out in eager search for his roommate. New York World. II In Question. Do you think, then, that thedefend- ' nr was in uic ri,:lit." asked a young . lawyer of an elderly and cautious wit ness. j "Well, were it not that" I "Come, come, " interrupted the law yer. "We have had enough of 'wells' uuil'br.ts. ' I asked yon a plain ques tion. I want a plain answer. Was ho riht? Yes or no. " , "I really cannot reply 'yes' or 'no' to snob a question. Either answer would be I mis It ading. Yon see, I" "Do yon mean to say, sir, " stormed tho lawyer, working himself into a state of indignaiiou, "that yon conld framo i qr.e.stion to which I conld not reply , 'yes' or 'nor' " "Certainly I could," said tho old j jenticm in quWly. "Then let us hear it, " said the man ; if law, turning with a sniilo of incre dulity to the judge and jury. "By all ; means lot us hear it." Calmly tho old gentleman settled his i eyeglasses on his nose, and leaning on tho edge of the witness box ho regarded tno lawyer tor a second or two. "Will you toll us, " ho asked very de liberately, "whether in your opinion in your own opinion, mind you I can not conceive any one else entertaining the slighter t doubt whatsoever on the matter whether yon are as big a fool as you look?" Whoa the roar of laughter from bench, bar, jury and spectators at tho young lawyer's dilemma had died away, the latter was heard to faintly intimate that he had finished with the witness. Sheffield Telegraph, ms Ineffable Stinginess, Mr. Kneer (who is reading a maga zine article ) They must havo had some pretty tough times in Richmond during tho war. This author says boots cost $150 a pair; blankets, $200; a good horse, $S00 ; a cow, $950 ; coffee, $25 a pound; tea, $100, and Mrs. Kneer What did bonnets cost? Mr. Kneer Let mo see. M Yes, here it is, "A plain black velvet bonnet sold for $ 175." Mrs. Kneer And yet you made an awful fuss when I wanted to buy a bon net tho other day for only f 38. Chica go Tribune. A Preference. "Whisky," said tho tomperanoa ora tor in tones of much earnestness as bo pointed his finger at the audience "whisky has killed more men than bul lets. " "All the same," said tho watery eyed citizen near the middle aisle, "I'd a heap rather a man filled mo with whis ky than with bullets." Indianapolis Journal. To Save One's Bacon. "To save one's bacon" that is, to mako a narrow escape is supposed to refer to tho Duumow flitch. For many centuries it was tho custom at Duumow, in England, to present a flitch of bacon to a married couple of 80 years' stand ing who would mako oath on the Scrip tures that they had never had a quarrel. To come close to a quarrel without an actual rupture was, in the popular dia lect, "to save one's bacon." MAIDENHOOD. The Young Girl's life Like a Flowing Brook. Its Course Obstructed By Many Obstacles. Some Timely Suggestions Re garding a Serious Subjeot. "Brooks make rivers, rivers run to seas," sings the poet Drvden in his Worship of Aesculapius, the first known physician. The poet little thought as he penned his verse in praise of the ancient practitioner, how aptlv his beau tiful line would apply to the life of a woman. The. chattering brook as it flows to merge itself in thelarsrer stream represents the careless, iinih'mUiii" young girl. The wild and turbulent stream, sometimes flowing smoothly, then dashing over rocks and down into unbroken depths, at last becoming a mighty river, bearing ships upon its bosom, is the woman with her broaden ing and deepening possibilities. Hut how many girls "Staiutinn with reluctant feet here tho brook and river meet Woinanho d ami ehlKlhood Moot." are at this timejuf iheir lives the object of great solicitude to their parents! The young girl is sad. does nol like companv. has palpitation of the heart after slight exertion, dyspepsia, constipation, pains in the head and limbs and along tlie spine, anil her face is pale with a green ish tinge. She is tlie victim of 'green sickness. This is a case ot which the nervous system is impairedatid the blood :- iuiprovcrished. A good tonic is need ed to bring her back to health and strength, and parents should be careful lo chose the best romodv. Here is what Mrs Homer l.ard. of' 215 Allen St.. Springfield, Mass.. selected for her IT year old daughter Mary, with an account of its marvelous results. Mrs l.ard says : "About two years ago my daughter became so nervous that 1 had to take her out of school. Jler con dition caused grave :infroliensioii. She lost in flesh: was nost-wssed with a nerv ous thirst and clutching everything on hich she laid her hands, with the grip of a person in thcthroes of death. Worse i han all, she was not only unable t sleep herself, but her restlessness would keep the other members of our f;.m ly awake". Sho grew worse rapidly and we liiial! went to a physician, but ihe remedies he prescribed did her no good: on the con trary, Mary thought they made, her noise. "The old saying of a 'drowning man clutching at a straw' came to our minds, and remembering that )i;i n.;i (ll some wonderful cures made by Dr (ireone's Xervura blood and nerve rem edy. I decided to try it. I must say thai the effect was magical, and results" were apparent after the first bottle had been partly used. My daughter slept that night for the tirst time in mouths, and you can believe that to us it was like a lay of sunshine from a cloudy sky. Her condition improved steadily and she was able lo resume her studies." "Piano practice formerly had a pecu liarly bad effect upon her. bin she now practices regularly without becoming nervous. Two years ago we feared that Mary had reached her growth, hut since taking lr Creene's Xervura her nervous ness has been so greatly dispelled thai she has grown considerably and re gained the flesh she had lost." It is wonderful what benefit this young girl derived in so short a time lroiu lr Crecno's Xervura. the groat blood and nerve remedy. 11 you have a daughter who is suffering hi such a manner, can you doubt thai this grand medicine is just what she needs r You can make no mistake iu giving her this great blood and nerve remedy, lor it is the discovery of a noted and experi enced physician. DeCieono. of :;." W est Ulh street. X'ow York City. He no! only positively promises a" good effect from the medicine, but allows all w ho wish to consult him free of charge, either personally or by letter, so that iu using his remedy vou make him your physician and receive the benefit of h s great skill. Vultures and a Dead Tiger. Tho vulture is seen at its best when a dead tiger, brought into camp to be skinned, is exposed in the open. Over head is a cloudless sky, and not a bird to bo seen in that Rrcat void by the hu man eye. Tho tiger's body is thrown from tho pad to the ground, and before the skin has been roiuoved there above one and always noariiif? the earth are the vultures circling, poising like things of air, now a dozen of them, in a few minutes a score or two and then a hun dred strong. Then, when the flayed car cass of the tiger is left by those who skinned it, the vnltnres descend. Down they come like feathered thunder out of tho sky, and from east and west and north and south, the very embodiment of power while they whirled aloft and in their quick descent to earth, and now, as they waddle around that carrion beast, misshapen ghouls, whose only apparent strength is that of tho raven ing jaws which tear aud gorge tho tiger's flesh, until within tho hour nanght of that splendid brute remains but a clean picked skeleton. Sir Ed ward Bradden's "Thirty Years of Shikar." Derlvmtloa of Fkd. Tho derivation of this word is possi bly traceable in tho Welsh language. By the law of mutation of initial conso nants peculiar to that tongno the root words ffedd and medd are convertible terms. Their essential meaning is pos session ; transitive or intransitive, pos session cf . --jething, or the act of being possessed or engrossed by some occupa tion or vice. Welsh medd, and Irish, Sanskrit, aud English mad, have simi lar meanings and nro probably kindred words. The word mnd is not common in Teutonic idioms, so that the Anglo-Saxons probably borrowed it from the Welsh. Fad is therefore equally deriva ble from ffedd. Proximately, of courso, it comes from the midland dialeots and ultimately from some root word CO23 mon to many members of the Aryaa family of speech. It would be strange if the two words, mad and fad, having a similar meaning, should be traoeablo to the same root. Notes and Queries. NEWPORT MADE MATCH 1 Duke of Marlborough to Wed Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt. I OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE IhU Marrlaee Will Connect the Booh 01 Vanderbilt to the Principal Ducal Fanzi nes of the British Empire Will Occm In Mew York This Year. New York, Sept. !1. The engage ment has been formally announced of the Duko of Marlborough to Miss Consuelc Vanderbilt, daughter of Mrs. W. K. Van derbilt. Tho duke leaves today for Niagara Fall and a tour through the state. This marriage will connect tho house 01 Vanderbilt to the principal ducal families of tho British empire, particularly thoss of Buecleuh, Roxburg and Aberoorn. The Duko of Abercoru is an uncle of tho Duk6 of Marlborough. Tho Duko of Marlborough returned to tho Waldorf hotel late Inst night. When asked about his engagement to Miss Van derbilt, ho desired that tho announcement should bo made as follows: "It is officially announcod that a mar riago has been arranged between th Duko of Marlborough and Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt. Tho engagement was arrang- CONS0ELO VANDERBIVr. ed by Mrs. Vandorbllt's friends and thoso of tho Duke of Marlborough. The wed ding will take place toward tho latter part of this year iu New York." Tho Duko of Marlborough said that ho would leave today on a trip through tha state as tho guet. of Sir Rivers Wilson, president of tho Grand Trunk. The liride Kleet Is Just Nineteen. Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt is just 19 years old and is tho eldest child and only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt. fcdio is one of the greatest heiresses in tho world, and, although she has remained with her mother during the time Mr. and Mrs. Vanderbilt havo lived apart, thero has been no estrangement be tween her and her father. She made her debut at Newport only a few months ago, and since that time ru mor has connected her namo with that of several wealthy young men, who it was 6aid aspired to her hand. She is tall und graceful, with thick, curly brown hair, and has been considered since her entrance Into society tho bello :u Newport. From her father sho inherit ed to a large e.-ctent a love of riding, driv ing and other outdoor sports and is one of the most skillful woman fencers in this country. In tho matter of dress her tastes are quiet, and she is, in spite of the estrnngo ment of her father and mother, tho espo cial pot of each. At her marriage, there fore, it is probable that sho will inherit more largely th;sn any American woman who has ever married into the English no bility. Tho Duke of Marlborough has been stay ing nt the Hotel Waldorf. All the day yesterday tho hotel corridor was filled with curious crowds, who were anxious c seo a real, live duke. Ho cannot leave his handsome suit of rooms without bo coming the center of an admiring throng, who closely watch all his actions and then go off and practice them in apelike man ner upon the tirst acquaintance they meet. His dukesidp's handshake, an exaggerated form of the Fifth avenue soclesy shake, which was imported about a year ago, is raved over and imitated by all the dudes In town. Marlborough always appears In fault less attiro, and his wardrobe seoms to be Inexhaustible. For uniqueness of design his hats cannot be equaled on this conti nent, and already several fashionablo deal- DUKK OF MAHLBOIiOUQH. ers aro taking orders for tho Marlborough tiles, which they will have to make to or der, as such creations were nover before seen in New York. His canes, liko his bats, are decided novelties, and those who aim at being in the swim aro finding it a difficult matter to duplicate them. It is said that before eottling down in this city for tho winter reason Marlborough will take a run down to tho Atlanta exposition with the Van derbllts. It was on Aug. S3 that tho young noble man, with a valet, 13 trunks. Captain G. L Fitzgerald of te Horse guards, Mrs. Fitzgerald, A. E. Fitzgerald, a brother of the coptain, and Captain A. H. Iee of the Royal artillery, arrived on this matrimo nial expedition. Ho went at onco to tho Hotel Waldorf, but very soon the scene of action was transferred to Newport. The Duke Captures Millions. Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt and Miss Con suelo havo arrived from Newport and are at the Holland House. The duke dined with them last night. Another guest was Jits friend, Creighton Webb. The residence of Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt, I Always FIRST Z -v mt tt-. - 5 s e Eagle Brand I 9 m CONDENSED J11LK 0 o n ? me 11-aaing urana. 111: h.g X SCSI ana tne most economical, a A PERFECT FOOD FOii INFANTS at Flfty-sooond street and Fifth avenue, has been put in order recently, and it la possible that tho wedding festivities may bo held there. Mr. Vanderbilt has always been devoted to his daughter. Tho awk ward complication resulting from tlie fact that her father and mother aro divorced will, of course, bo kept as much as possi ble in the background, whoro family skel etons belong, during tho wedding oero monies. While the duko captures many millions It must not bo forgotten that the Vnndcr bllts capture a duke, and that the wed ding will bo a splendid social triumph tot Mrs. Vanderbilt, who brought it about. It is understood that a magnificent, sum in cash will be turned over to tho lucky nobleman as a marriage settlement, that boing one of tho very essential formalities of an Anglo-American titled alliance. His grace is slight, well made, medium height, with tho palo face of tho Church ills, and upon his upper lip there Is a lit tle down that by and by is likely to bo eomo a mustache. Ho is not different from hundreds of Englishmen of good birth who havo seen 24 summers. You wouldn't pick him out for a duko on the streot, as there is nothing dramatlo 01 1 startling about him. ; Ho is very democratic in his habits, and : many Americans who think that an Kng ! lish nubluman must hccessarily be vapid j or carry a siuglo eyeglass or a drawl, aro : surprised to find the young duko a very ; scnsiblo chap, who probably would do woll in a business house or lean to th6 banking trade as easily as a New Yorker. 1 He hasn't what Is known as the Knglish accent, and a man might easily do him tho compliment of taking him for an American. I Tho duke smiled genially as a reportei ; congratulated him upon his engagement. "I don't think there is anything to add to what I havo already said. He smiled. "You see, I have admitted that tho mar I riage will occur in 18H5 and in New York. I thought it only right that the announce ment should be made publlo as soon as possible." "Where will the ceremony occur?" Again the duko smiled. "1 said it would bo in Now York, didn't I?" ho repeated. "That Is all 1 am prepared to tell you just Cold In the Arabian Desert. The narrative is that of Isolde's expe dition into tho Nefnd desert of tho Ara bian interior, latitude 2$ degrees north, altitude 8,000 feet, and tells of tho se vere cold that he experienced there in February, 1898: "The days were warm and pleasant, bnt tho nights cooled to 6 or 1 0 degrees below zero C. , the changes of temperature being extremely sudden. Tho cold and blustering wind caused much discomfort in traveling. " Tho greatest surprise that Nolde. mot was on Feb. 2, when a storm clothed the Nefud far and wide with a sheet of snow several inches deep, making it re semble a Russian stoppo rather than an Arabian desert. Tlie Bedouins, however, said that snowfall thero wm very un usual. Science. Mmo. do Fompadonr. Mmo. de Pompadour was not, accord ing to the testimony of her contempora ries, a beauty, nor anything more than a fairly good looking woman. She gain ed her influence by her pleasing man ners and her wonderful tact aud address. Her ehiof beauty was her hair, which, to increase her apparent height, she wore in the fashion that has since borne her name. (Jacques' Opera House. SATURDAY, SEPT 21. Matinee and Night. Mirth and merriment. Charles E. Ela Dj's big Faroe Comedy Co's A BAGGAGE CHECK. Headed by James T. Kelly, Lizzie Mel rose and a tupprb cast. New and original specialties. More music than a oomio opera. Prices as nsnal. Matinee 25, 35, 50o. dacques' Opera House. MONDAY, SEPT 23. First engaenment in this city of Mr Walker Whiteside Assisted by Miss Maitla Craigen And a company of legitimate actors iu SHAKESPEAKE'S IMMORTAL HAMLET The scenio environments are historically correct and are the same that will be pre sented by Mr Whiteside during his en gagement at the Herald Square theatre, N Y. a Prices, parquet $1 00, dress circle 75o, ofa $1.25, box $6. Admission 25, 35, 50c. dacques' Opera House- TUESDAY, SEPT 24. Return of MR JAMES O'NEILL In a new romactio play The Lesurgues Case OR LYONS MAIL. Prices, parquette $1, dress circle 75o, sofa $1.25, admission 25o, 35c and 50o. Fall Styles Now Ready Gentlemen will find a large line of sam ples of the latest designs for fall and win ter, at No 6, Exchange place, corner West Main, upstairs. Stylish Fit and Moderate Prices Guaranteed John Semrow, Practical Tailor, Manager. N. B. i will be pleased to see all my old friends and will try to make many new ones. I low is the Time To Get Your Plush and Sealskin Garments Repaired in New Styles. OtSCome before the rush, and you cau have the work done cheaper.. EOne lot of Ladles' Light Weight dackets to be closed out at 99c and upwards. N. Y. Cloak HTg Co, 65-G7 EAST MAIN STREET. T. H. HAYES, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Ales, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 34 and 36 East Main St. Goods delivered on telephone call to any part of the city. Telephone 70. FRANK BROTHERS Carries the largest stock of imported and domestic wines and liquors in the city. We lead in prices and quality of goods sold at wholesale prices. Whiskies, $1 50 1 50 1 50 1 60 40o 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 60o 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 60 4 00 gal 4 00 gal 4 00 gal 4 00 gal Brandies, Gius, Knma, Sold at T5o 1 UU qt All kinds of California wines $1 00 1 25 1 50 gal 25o 35o 40o tt Kew England Liquor Warehouse, GorSo. Ma n and Union Sts. Opposite Grand Street, Waterbury, Conn JOHN P. CONWAY, Pool and Sample Boom, 77 East Main street. Choice assortment of Ales, Lager, Wine and Cigars. Wines and Liquors sold at Barrel prioea The Big Demijohn Whiskey, gin, ruin, brandies. Prices: 1.60, 1.75, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 4.00 per gallon; 40o, 50o, GOo. 65o, 75c, 1.00 per auart. I Port, sherry, angelica, claret 1.00, 1.25; ja.trv, .ji'. o.uu, per gauo&. 30o, 35o, 40o, 600, 65o, 75o, 1.00, per quart. Kew York Liquor Warehouse. 15-17 Grand Street, Opp South Main. Bend your order by mall and It will ba promptly attended to end delivered tree of oharee. SAMPLE PACKAU ' Soc!riapv,R;,,:,Mlt 2,000 lbs to the Ton, that's our weight. It's full and we guar antee it every time. We deliver Goal, only eoal, clean ooal, not coal and dirt. Wa deal in fuel. Dirt isn't fuel, so we don't Bell it. Kow's the time to make a band some twenty per cent investment by or dering from us. Yon can't beat it as a money saving purchase. Make it a point when you order to be sure you're getting coal, fall weight, and that you're paying the lowest market price for it. Order of us and your solid on all three points. Frank Miller & Go. 11 SOUTH MAIN STEEET.