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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897.
MEETIXG OF THE BOARD OF BUGESSES LAST SIGHT. The Contract for Furnishing Sewer Pipe Given to John M. Page & Co ' There is Another Case of Diphtheria in Town -The Advance in Price of Rubber Goods Goes Into Effect To Day. The board of warden and burgesses Jnet last night, a full board being present. The clerk made his police report. The committee reported that the estimated cost for sidewalk on fcforth Water street -would be $125. Engineer Ham reported that he had' given street lines to Patrick Conran as far as he was authorized, but had informed Mr Conran that beyond Certain points he could not give a new line. He must act on his own responsibility. The matter of a foun dation wall on Mr Conran's lot on Water street, was laid over. The Street grade and line opposite Row land's on Main street, was accepted. The vote awarding contract to John M. Page & Co for furnishing Bewer pipe, was rescinded, as he could not furnish the pipe at the prices specified, as the factory was shutdown. The contract was awarded to E. E. Stevens. It was voted to pay the $500 due for land for the new hose house at "Union City. Two special policemen without, pay were appointed for two days to work at the fairgrounds. Voted, that a sluice way be put in near August Webbers ; Voted, that the warden confer with the New Haven Savings Bank as regards gettinga lower rate of inter est on the' $43,-000 loan. The clerk was authorized to advertise for bids for digging trench and putting down 6tone sewer pipe. The road commit tee is to look up the matter of water running across Smith street. The meeting then adjourned. Another case of diphtheria was reported ,iOn Scott' street yesterday. It is at John Jones' and said to be a bad case. Mrs George C. Ham returned home yesterday from a summer trip to Dutchess Oof N. Y. . If you want to sro to the fair ground to-morrow you will find a 'bus every hour at the Naugatuok Hotel. The fare is 20 cents. Those that can Bhould patronize the fair. Circumstances will not admit of our attending the fair and cattle show which is being very well attended to day. One of the most attractive things we are told tlrat is on the ' ground is the big three horse truck of the Hellman Brewing Co, with its eplendid team and plated harness. The truck is loaded with blankets from the establishment of Charles Curtis of this place wh( manufac tured the harness for the horses. We Baw the turnout on Tuesday evening and would hardly know where to go to find anything in the carting line to exceed it. The outfit is a credit to both the town and the city of Water bury. Our readers will appreciate the type end style of yesterday's columns. The seven different characters in the drama of "Rip Van Winkle" it will be a rich treat to those who enjoy a fine literary entertainment. Waterbury carpenters are building & nice oottage house for Isaac Trow bridge on Highland avenue. Mr Trowbridge will also put down about 1,000 square feet of cement walk same as In front of Bank and post 'office, and is also remodeling a house he moved a short time since. Health Officer Smith expects to keep the ditch alongside of the Coat Shop and Andrews' coal yard in bet ter condition than it has been. According to reports published Borne time since all rubber goods advance in price five per oent after to-day. Others say it is only on rub ber boots and shoes. ' There is not as yet any falling off of orders or can celing that we can hear of. Frederick W. Siebert, representing F. H. C. Reynolds & Co, bankers, of Boston, was in the place last night. Those who have a desire to hear one of the leading impersonators in the country will go to the Gem Opera bouse to-uight and hear Charles L, Underhill impersonate all the char acters in "Pip Van Winkie." To tnose whd have no conception of a pood thing when offered to them in the literary line, it will be um'nterest Jnpr. To those who have, it will be a rich treat. This is Mr. Underbill's (second visit this season, and it will probably be a long time before our citizeus will have a chance to hear him again. The Naugatuck hotel is open for the reception of guests. The land lord, Mr Doyle, as far as possible, has put the house in a clean and healthy condition. The beds, bed ding and furniture is about all new. The rooms have been all freshly painted and papered and cracks in the walls filled. For the present no arrangement has been made for any barroom. When one is put in it will probably be in the rear of the office up stairs. Some people are inquiring what has has become of the board of trade. We understand their meetings will not beheld until October. The funeral of the late Mrs Shea was very largely attended this morn ing from St Francis church. Frank Neal has obtained the place vacated by Ellis Curry at the Union I City station. The latter has gone in the freight office at Waterbury. Frank L. Bradbury, shipping clerk at the Dunham Hosiery, will be mar ried to-day to Miss Florence Good sell at the residence of the bride in Omaha, Neb. The couple will arrive here about the 28th inst, expecting to devote the intermediate time travel ing, doing Niagara aud some other prominent places. The couple will have the well wishes of many friends in this community. Some of our citizens interested In having the Church street storm sewer put in this fall, and knew that there was a screw loose in the contract awarded to John M. Page & Co, be gan to feel that the whole mess would be upset, as there had been no adver tisement for any bids for excavating and laying the pipe, but this matter was straitened out last night by the board rescinding the vote awarding the contract to Page and giving the same to E. E. Stevens, who can furnish the pipe for the prices asked and the bids for otherwork will be advertised for at once. The Demo ctat would like to ask if it is not about time that in advertising for bids for either material or work, that there should be specifications and forms used and that the same be furnished by the clerk to parties who desire to make bids. A bond, also, should be re quired, of a moderate amount, for the carrying out of the bid by the party it is awarded to. We contend in this matter of pipe, which was advertised to be delivered here in good order, that the board had no right to award the bid to John. M. Page & Co even if he was $500 lower, as his bid was for pipe in good order out west; they would pay the freight, but would not be respon sible for breakage. If the car was wrecked the borough was the loser. A form and bond with all bidders to conform to it would at least let the public know that the bids were on. It will probably be a couple of weeks be fore the pipe arrives here. The Second division, A. O. H., is making great preparations for its three nights' harvest festival and sociable, which will open in the opera house to morrow night. Co E, Hibernian rifles of Waterbury, will be in attendance. A four years old child of John Jone3 died last night of diphtheria. The fu neral took place this afternoon. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE, The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or ntr pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction or money refunded. Price 25e For sale by Apothecary Hall Co's drug store. A Ttreulcfast With Somcl. As we conversed one of his aslstentes brought an armful of green twigs and leaves, which he spread on the ground n front of us. It was the preparation for breakfast, and the leaves represent ed the table-cloth. Four plates, with corresponding knives, forks, and spoons, were placed on the cover of lsav'ea. In the centre was placed a, trying-pan containing a stew of meat and beans. Then beefsteaks were brought on a plate, with a dish of sweet-potatoes, and a bottle of honey. As these preparations were being made the general asked me if I was satisfied with the assistant whom he had assigned me, and if I did not find him to be a good forager; for he had picked out the man whom he thought to be the best bustler for food in the whole camp. "But you," he said, "being a veteran accustomed to the hard fare of camp life, can get along with us nicely." We were then Joined by the chief clerk, an oldish man, and a youth who had joined Gomez a mere boy, at the beginning of the war, and has been with him ever since. Each one took a plate on his lap, and Gomez served me from the frying-pan, while the oth ers served themselves. The chief clerk was a scholarly man, with a peculiarity of speech, as though he talked with his mouth full of wa ter. He spoke of a recent paper con taining a despatch stating that Gen eral Roloff had disappeared from New York, jumping his bail, and I said that I had every reason to believe Roloff had sailed for Cuba with a large ex pedition, and that he was bringing great quantities of dynamite. "But what is the use of that?" ex claimed the general petulantly. "Our friends in the North send us high ex plosives and artillery, but they do not send us any one who knows how to use them. We have dynamite now, but ow ing to the fact that we have no 009 who properly understands its use, we have been unable to obtain results with it, except on rare ocoasions. The Junta ought to send us an expert in high explosives; not some fellow such as they pick up for nothing, but send a man, pay him, give him three thou sand dollars for his family, with the understanding that he shall do certain work." Our breakfastconcluded with the sweet-pc . j.;oes and honey, after which we were treated to coffee as black as tar. Gomez drank his from a silver mug, and I drank mine out of a cup made from a cow's horn. Afterward I still sat and conversed with the gen eral, and our conversation drifted upon the civil government. Thomas Robin son Dawley, Jr., in Harper's Weekly WATERTOWMJOTTINGS. WENT TO SEE THEM BUT THE BIRDS HAD FLOWN. How a Newly Married Couple Es caped Showers of Rice and Hosts of Friends Fooled Them Com pletelyA Heavy Loss by Fire On the Vanburen Atwood Place Pe quot's Dance To-morrow Night Watertown Inu Closes the Season. The many friends and acquaint ances of Miss Martha Gourley and Mr James Maxwell collected about the Episcopal church this morning, fully expecting to witness the mar riage ceremony which was recorded to ke place at 9 o'clock. But the doors of that edifice were closed and locked, no organ pealed out the wed ding march, no hacks were at the entrance awaiting the arrival of the bride and groom, but all was still and silent within, and suddenly it dawned upon those about the church that they were the victims of a prac tical joke, word was passed from mouth to mouth ihat the object of their search had flown. It was like this, the bridegroom knowing that should his many friends know the ex act time of his marriage that the church would be packed, .so fortwith he thought of a scheme whereby the ceremony could be performed with out the knowledge of his host of friends, accordingly the innocent newspaper reporters were given full particulars of the affair with the cau tion "to be sure to state that the time would be at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning," but lo and behold, last evening a hack drove quietly up to Christ church rectory and a small number of people alighted and disap peared within the building. The af fair was conducted with the utmost secrecy, but Messrs White and Col lins, two "Democrat" representatives had suspected their intentions and were upon the scene with notebooks in hand. Within a few minutes the Rev H. N. Cunningham appeared and the parties advanced up the aisle fol lowed by Miss Mary Maxwell as bridesmaid and Robert Maxwell as best man, with a few intimate friends in the rear. The bride was handsome ly attired in a blueish colored dress of tasteful pattern with white trim mings. The ceremony was brief and concise, after which the happy couple entered a hack, which by the way was not in front of the church, and in a twinkling were whirled awaj without the usual farewell parting of rice. It was a good joke all around and those who were fooled will meet them on theirreturn from Orange, N. J., Sun day evening, and prepare a friendly reception. About three miles southeast from Watertown, on the Middlebury town line the place is owned and was for merly occupied .by Vanburen Atwood now occupied by his son and fam ily fire occurred at 11 o'clock a. m., house and contents, barn, hay, grain, farming tools, wagons, one horse and all out buildings, were burned, noth ing saved, cause of fire unknown, fully insured. The young man who lived on the place has the .sympathy of everyone, as he had just started in life, and it will take a long time to replace the many valuable articles which he has worked so assiduously to accumulate. The fire originated in the barn where the cows were usually kept, and Mr Atwood upon discovering the dense volumes Of smoke opened the door and like a flash the air fanned the flames into the huge pile of hay above which converted the barn into a furnace. All efforts to save the house were futile and the bucket brigade which was organized watched the burning embers glow and cakle despite all the efforts within their power. About $400 worth of new furniture was also consumed. Henry Twist and daughter started this morning for Branford. There is rejoicing in the home of Frank Painter. It is a bouncing son and the happy father is receiving congratulations. R. V. McGee sold a Columbia wheel to Charles Box of Bethelum to-day. The Watertown inn closed this morning. Chailes Wooding returned to his studies at Wilbraham academy in Massachusetts to-day. Capt A. H. Shepard, U. S. and his family, who have been staying here during the summer, returned to their home in New York io-day after having enjoyed life here very much. Watertown is to be connected by telegraph with the main railroad office in Watertown at a not distant date. This will bo a great conven ience. Contractor Scott and his men are putting in several hundred feet of paving stone about the residence of B. Atwood. The train scheduled to leave here for YV'ntertown. at 10 o-clack to-morrow night will be held over until after the spnrring contest, pravidinjr twenty-live persons want to use it. This is a grand chance for Watertown people to see the sport and catch a train for home. If twenty-five of the boys call upon the agent aud make arrangements to this ef fect, they will rind . the trn-n at t lift de- , pit after the exhibition closes- GRAND CONCERT THIS EVENING IN BUNKER HILL CHAPEL. Those to Render Selections Well Known Here Under the Auspices of Prof Elton The Funeral of C. H. Douglass A Party Last Evening Surveyors at Work for the Proposed Trolley Line The Big Tree on the Sidewalk. Prof Elton, a singer and musician of note and distinction and having appeared in Oakville ou yarious oc casions, will givo a concert in the Bunker nill chapel to-night at 8 o'clock, assisted by several of his former pupils who will assemble from different sections upon this occasion and render some selections of super ior quality and rare composition. Among those from here who will sing solos, etc, are notably Miss Belle Haight,, Adclaido Anderson, "Mary Geoghegan and Miss Hattio Newell, all possessing voices of marked clear ness and agreeability of tone which has won for them no little amount of attention from the music-loving pub lic. The main object of the concert is supposed to be for some commend able project while the lady constitu ents of the church will use their ef forts to make the affair a pleasing success not only financially but in a social and society sense of the word. The admission will be about fifteen cents and it is understood that light refreshments are to be served in con nection with tho other articles upon the programme. Some one has suggested that now an excellent opportunity is offered for the organization of the Oakville Athletic association having for its headquarters Fraternity hall, which can be secured at present for a nom inal sum. Such an association has been talked of and as there are many sporting men here there remains no doubt as to its eventual success. Augustus Adams, the contractor, is working for F. C. Slade & Son, who are engaged in building an addition to their mills lor a new hydraulic cider press. There isn't a pedestrian in town that has not during his or her career experienced ample cause to utter smothered ejaculations at the long bulging roots of the large maple tree that stands in the direct line of the sidewalk near Edward Ingraham's ou the Pin shop hill. Time after time people have fallen over the protrud ing roots on dark nights and their situation is quite the reverse from pleasant. This treo, allowing that it is the property of some private in dividual, can do that person abso lutely no benefit standing as it does in the path of every pedestrian, bicy clist or traveler. It has been a pub lic detriment long enough. Every one candidly admits that the atten tion of the selectmen has been called to the matter on numerous occasions all to no avail. No particular kind of persons are effected by the subject of complaint, even ladies rollingbaby carriages are obliged to turn off ab ruptly into the street, and the incline is so sudden that it makes such prac tices extremely hazardous. It is to be hoped Selectman H. William Warner will make it a point to rem edy this difficulty before winter and thus win the everlasting gratitude and thankfulness of the liberty-loving public who would fully appreciate the efforts put forth in their behalf. The funeral of the late postmaster, Charles H. Douglass, who died Mon day afternoon, will be conducted at his late residence to-morrow after noon at 2 o'clock. As the deceased had a host of friends the attendance will doubtlessly be largo. The days are slowly becoming short, the early morning and evening hours colder, the rays of the sun gradually diminishing in warmth. The farmers are now harvesting a large full crop of cabbages which bring a fair price. Potatoes will be scarce and somewhat increased in price. The hay crop has all been harvested and is of good quality. Last evening the many friends and relatives of Mary Geohogan gave her a happy surprise in the form of a party and captured the house by storm. jMiss Bertha Strawhacker and Miss Ida Krautz were the originators of the affair and made every one present enjoy the evening to the fullest extent. Games of various nature were played, after which refreshments were served. All dis persed after having demonstrated their appreciation of the evening's enjoyments. A number of surveyors were at work all day yesterday in surveying along the Watertown road from the Waterbury line extending up towards Oakville. Those who passed them and watched their work determined that this was the preliminary work of the Waterbury Traction Co., who have been for some time hesitating as to the advisability of extending their electric line through Bunker Hill, Oakville and Watertown, where such a large amount of real estate booming has been going on for months. The sur- aro undoubtedly iocs, gave not the slightest information concerning their work. Now comes the hotly contested skirmish and the grand finish between the railroad company, who are negotiating for the Murphy third rail system and the trolley com panies, who are unrelenting in their determination to drive the steam roads from the field. This will be a long and bitter war in which Oakville and Watertown will- figure promi nently. The immense passenger traffic is the objective point of the struggle. If the Waterbury Trac tion Co complete their proposed ex tension before this winter, through these aforesaid towns, they will have secured a foothold that will be diffi cult to break, while on the other hand, should the Consolidated Co. be so fortunate as to keep the trolley company guessing a little while lon ger, the great battle will be won, for just so sure as the signs of spring make their appearance upon the sur rounding country once more, the people will witness the completion of a magnificent electric achievement called the Murphy third rail system, upon the Watertown branch of the N. Y., N. H. & II. P. R., who are even now making extensive preparations for its ultimate completion. - This great battle will be watched with con siderable interest, for the result is of momentous importance, meaning much to the public and hundreds of thousands to its promoters. the past s,ix veyors, 'who. under instruct i( IT SAVES THE CROTJPY CHILDREN. Seaview, Va. Wehave a splendid sale on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and our customers coming trom far and near, speak of it In the highest terms. Many have said that their children would have died of croup if Chamber lain's Cough Remedy had not been given. Kellam & Orren. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by H. W. Lake, 21 Exchange place; G. M. Ladd, 854 So. Main street; North End Pharmacy, 410 No. Main street, Waterbury. A Honeymoon at a Frni Home. It is no longer fashionable for the bridal couples to go to large cities or on a trip to Europe for their wedding! journey, says the Indianapolis Journal, rhe sentimental period must be spent In some country place, a wayside, Inn or in some quiet old town. A couple who desired to go to a country place dear by advertised in a paper that is distributed well over the state for just ivhat they would like in the way of an Ideal resort for their honeymoon. Not more than a week or ten days after the advertisement appeared they received a dozen or more answers. Previous to the wedding the husband-to-be visited 3everal of those whose letters read the most invitingly and selected the place he liked the best. The four weeks they spent there were more like a story, book than a reality. The rooms were large and airy, the table was exquisite In its cleanliness and the viands that were spread before them were deli eiously tempting. A horse and car riage were at their disposal, tile river not more than a mile away, and scen sry and loafing spots were so plentiful that a new one could be found every day. An Unburicd Kinl It will surprise most people to learn that the late King cf Spain is not yet buried, but, covered with a winding (sheet, lies on a marble slab in a vault of the Escurial. This is in accordance with a custom dating from the year 1700. The body will He where it. is pn til the prer.ent King dies. Then it will be deposted with great pomp beside the remains of his predecessors in the chapel of the Escurial. TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. A 'Mew. Remedy Has Been Found Which Will Do It. Chronic dyspepsia is considered by many people to be nearly if not quite incurable. No good reason can be given why they think so except that perhaps they have tried various remed ies without much, if any benefit. But the progress in every branch of medi cine has been such that among other things a lasting cure for indigestion in its chronic form as well as temporary has been discovered and is now placed before the public strictly on its merits as a permanent cure for all stomach troubles or difficulties with the diges tive organs. This new treatment is called Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, being put up in tab let form so as to be easily taken and also to preserve its good qualities for an indefinite length of time. This remedy has produced surprising effects in the worst forms of indiges tion, and in many cases where ordi nary remedies failed to give even re lief, Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have fully cured. The splendid results from using this preparation are owing to the fact that it is prepared and intended for Dyspep cia and stomach troubles only. It is not a cure-all like so many advertised remedies, claiming to cure everything under the sun, but it is claimed that it is a certain cure forDyspepsia and any one suffering from any form of indiges tion cannot fail to get permanent relief and cure from its use. It is so prepared and the ingredients are of such a nature that when the tab lets are taken into the stomach they digest the food no matter whether the stomach is in good working order or not. You get sustenance and strength to mind and body by reason of the food being properly digested and at the same time the much abused stomach is allowed to rest and recuperate. Notwithstanding the great benefits to be derived from Stewart's Dyspepsia Tablets, the price is but 50 cents for full sized package and all druggists sell them. A little book on stomach diseases mailed free by addressing the Stuart Co .Marshall, Mich. Autumn Opening. Hundreds of Brand -New Top Coats, Suits, Trousers, For Men, Younjr Men, Boys' and Children. Ready for your inspection. Our ex hibition of exclusive styles in Clothiug, Shirts, Neckwear, Hats, etc, etc, rivale our past efforts. Our Fall and Winter Goods are priced from 25 per cent to 40 per cent less than similar qualities can be hereafter! Why? Because they were manufactured before the Dingley tariff act became a law before an aditional duty was imposed on imported wool and wooleus aud before domestic goods took a jump. We c an never again secure such goods so cheap. Nor can yon. But our saving is your saving while this great gathering of Fall and Winter Clothing and Furnishing lasts. They will go as they came, at prices that pre vailed prior to the enactment of the tariff bill. We make Clothing to your Or der and Make Them Right I At Great Money Saving Prices, Watch our constantly changing Window Display. Rochester Clothing Co, . ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING. IDr De "Vor Guarantees to cure every case of chronic disease which he consents to treat. The Doctor makes a specialty of treating all forms of chronic disease, all diseases of the lungs, bronchial tubes, heart, stomach, liver and kid neys, also all diseases of the nervous system, the blood, skin and urinary or gans, together with female derange ments, etc. Dr De Ver's method of treatment is the most scientific known to modern medical science, and effects cures where all others fail. Dr De Ver has had wonderful experience in the Dublin, London and Edinburgh hos pitals, as well as in India, Africa and America. Office and residence 148 North Main street, Waterbury, Conn. Office hours, 10 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p. m. PEOPLE'S MARKET. 8prlng Lamb, Chicken, Uea , Mutton, Gh cago Dressed Beef and Native Beef. The Finest quality of Uegetables. A Ways fresh. The "Old Reliable"' Market s the largest in the cTty and keeps the largest stock to select from. S. BOHL, Prop'r, 64 South Main St. Oiden by telephone promptly attended HORSESHOEING GENERAL WAGON REPAIRING Done in First-Class Shape AT R. N. BLAKESLEE'S, 160 MEADOW ST, FOR SALE. A one family house on a lot 3S x 80 All modern improvements, in the north ern part of the city, within four min utes walk from the post office, Built four years and mortgage of $1,200 on it, at 5 per cent. Price $2,750. Buyer must have $1,450 cash. Rents for $20 month at sight. Address "HOUSE," Democrat Office. Registrars Notice! The registrars and assistant regis trars of voters of the town of Water bury wull be in session on Thursday and Friday, September 16 and 17, 1897, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., to prepare a correct list of the electors for the town.city and school elections, to be held Mon day, October 4, 1897. Applications of men and women to be made electors will be received up to 5 p. m., Thurs day, September 16, and no later. For the First district E. W. Hale's news store, 48 North Main street. Second district Building recently occupied by Citizens' National bank, North Main street. Third district Assessors' office. City hall. Fourth district Room 31, Apothe caries' Hall Co building. Fifth district L. R. King's cigar store, 46 East Main street. Sixth district A. G. Adams' store, Waterville. Electors having changed their resi dence since last election should take pains to notify the undersigned at once. JOHN BLAIR. THOMAS F. DILLANE, J Registrars or voters. Best Set of Teeth, $8. Fine Gold Filings, $1 and up leeth filled with Silver, 50c and 75c Teeth cleaned, ' 75c Teeth extracted, 5c Gas or Air administered, .. .25c We never wedge the teeth before Ail ing. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of gas or Ryder's Vitalized Air. Crown and Bridge Work, a Specialty. RYDER'S DENTAL PARLORS. 138 BANK STREET. The only dentist by the name ot RYDER in the city. An Object Lesson. T. H. HAYES, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in For eign 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. . ' 3 Our claim in conducting a Farnl- ture Business in which highest quality is combined with lowest price is not an empty boast.- .It is so really and actually so. Oar goods are just as we say they are. Our object lesson this time is ,9a, MATTRESSES. A Pure nSouth American Hair Mattress is worth to- -day $20. Although we have all Hair Mattresses at $5.50, do you suppose for a minute they are as good? A Cotton that Is properly made is worth two of the cheap Hair ones. In fact, there is no comparison between it and a cheap Hair. Clean, soft, durable, odor less'. Can we say,that for the cheap' Hair. Well, hardly. J. M. Burrall & Co 60 Bank St. UNDERTAKING In all Its branch. Telephone, D. M. Steward, 101 Frank lin St. Messenger Boy for C. B. Sey mour, 184 Maple street. Knabe Pianos. We have an elegant stock of these high grade instruments which we In vite the public to inspect. ' Driggs & Smith Co. Call and hear "Tho Waterbury Two Step" by Fred H. Lewis. Teaches the latest ballroom dances. Glide Waltz taught In six private les sons. Highland Fling, Jig, Buck, Skirt, TambourineySailor Hornpipe Open daily. 108 BANK STREET. L. J. Armbruster's WINE ROOM. 130 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Choice Liquors, Ales, - Wines and Lager. , All the favorite brands of Cigars. Coolest place in the city. Give us b call. y ; PURE - LIQUORS For Medicinal and other purposes. The laro-est stock of Bottled Goods in the city "to select from. Fiegenspan'a Bottled Ale and Forter is the best for Family use. T. E. QUEST, 95 South Main St. Annheussr-Busct Brewing Association BUDWEISER LIGHT and MUNCHNER DARK LAGER " on draught. The most wholesome and popular of beers. M. J. McEvoy's Cafe, Exchange Place, Waterbury Conn. J prof. bailey Hellmann's Beer IS FOR SALE IN EVERY FIRST CLASS SASXION IN (CON- ,il NECTICUT. Imported Erlanger Hoffbreau, MADE BY FRANZ ERICH.' EB.- LANGER, BAVARIA. . On draught at. " 1 -v J. W. HODSON'S, 18' EXCHANGE PLACE. :; Telephone. v.-.