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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1897.
f UUTH I7ERY0NE PLEASED WITH THE STORM SEWER JOB. gight Annual report ol the King's Daughter Society in a Flourinsing 'Condition Blackboards and Iron Fence For School Now on the Way. The vast amount of work among the needy, done by the King's Daughters during the past eight years, and the large amounts of money placed in their hands and expended by them In their work, make their annual report of con siderable Interest to many here. We can only give a synopsis, but will try to cover all material facts connected with the work. The Naugatuck circle entered upon its eight year October 5, 1896, 'with thirty-nine members. Death aiid removal lost it two members. Where were three additions the present r( umber being forty who meet weekly or ten months in the year, at the Par sh house, the average attendance being twelve. Bach, member present gives a Verbal report of the work undertaken "in his name" during the week. This jwork.ls among the poor and needy and Is almost wholly of a charitable nature. !Te work of the organization is con noted on very broad lines, no distinc- on being made in favor of any creed, ilor or . nationality. The aim has n to help the. worthy poor who are temporary distress through cicknees. .t of work or any other misfortune. e aged, who have small means and few friends; the children of incapable ents, and here they are confronted with the" difficult question of duty to the " suffering ones when the husband and father of a destitute family Is an nabltual drunkard. The report ex- nteeses thanks to individuals for help, o the Benevolent societies 01 tne Qu erent churches for work on garments d. to the school children who aided Thanksgiving time .bringing food tor thirty families. ' A committee of six rubers has charge of the clothing int. In. They distributed during the ear 85 new garments and 239 partly orn. Among the gifts this year was a 'much needed chest for clothing. An J nlvalid chair was purchased by two ladies for the ue of a paralytic man. At his death the chair was presented to the circle and is a most valued posses sion. . A little work has been done out side of town, $10 was sent to Farmville, Vk, to help pay for an operation on the i of a colored man and $12 went to ie Housatonic home In Connecticut. SThe financial statement in full: RECEIPTS. Cash on hand last report, $ 87.00 Cash in savings bank 116.76 Received for dues during the year, 98.65 Received for gifts , 266.25 Received from entertainment, 104.17 Received for badges, .60 Interest in savings bank, 1.33 DISBURSEMENTS. Medical treatment and medicine, $21.70 Food and fruit for the sick, 6.11 Flowers, ' 9.17 Nurses and other help , 29.50 Weekly allowance for support of two old ladies, 92.00 Clothing, and material for clothing, 164.72 Groceries, 208.24 Help rendered outside of Nau gatuck, 26.90 Milk, v 43.04 Toys for Christmas, 6.60 Stove and stove repairing, . 18.15 Coal and wood, 10.70 Secretary's supplies, etc, 4.09 Total, $640.92 Cash on hand, $33.84 FLORA NORTHROP, Treas, The Circle is indebted to the "Demo prat" for bo kindly devoting much space to notice of it3 work and meetings. j Up to closing time at ' Judd's drug Btore to-morrow evening teachers in any of our public of private schools can purchase reserved seat tickets at half price, 25 cents, for the Herbert Stanley Ren ton's illustrated story of Hawaii, at the Gem opera house next Wednesday evening, and pupils of any school will 'obtain admission tickets for 15 4 ents. After Saturday evening full rates will he charged to all. The prices for the School children's matinee at 3:45 p. m. on Wednesday, will be 10 cents in the parquette and 25 cents in the gallery. Tickets for the matinee will be sold at McGulnness's on Maple street and at door after 3 p. m. The gymnasium classes at the T. M. C. A. rooms bids fair to be full this season. There is still an opportunity for a few more juniors to come in. The music committee of the association is 1 (joking arond for good volunteer talent tovtake part In a big affair some time next month. There is good musical talent here who kindly offer to assist.. ' We doubt if there has been any job commenced in the town for some time that appears to satisfy all as well as the storm sewer job to relieve Church street. The owners of property in the hollow below the town hall built where there was formerly a considerable stream in wet weather and of late years they have claimed that by altering the grades of streets he water from the hill further north has been turned on them, so that most any kind of a storm would flood their cellars and cause them a good deal of damage. A good many dollars was spent by the borough to try and keep the water from flooding the places until a committee of our citi zens were appointed and took the whole water shed on the west side under con sideration and recommended the storm sewer, which is now about being built and which the borough appropriated $5,000 for. The matter of putting: down the eight and six inch sewer pipe in the same trench to the river, will relieve quite a number of houses on the hill of their sewage, until such times as a sys tem is put in. The only bad feature is where it empties under the bridge. When this Is carried out to the stream there will be less danger of disease from it, A fine opportunity is being lost for doing this work under the Bridge while the wheels of the Phoenix shop are idle. It should have been done this week. The school board informs us that the iron fencing for the grounds, as also the blackboards for the rooms, are now on the way from the places ordered. Service was held at the chapel in Milville on Wednesday evening this week. Quite a number will go up to Jacques opera house to-night to see . James O'Neill and company in the "Dead Heart," It is very highly spoken of. The prices for seats at the auditorium next week, to hear Brooke's celebrated Marine band, will be 50, 75 and $1. The seats will be on sale next week at Driggs & Smtih's music store. Mrs W. J. Sweeney, who has been here on a visit for some time, returned to her home this week. There was a good attendance to hear the concert at the M. E. church last evening. Mrs Meredith was in good voice. The chorus work was good, the charm of the evening being the flute and piano selections of the Rev H. D. and Mrs Trinkhaus, now of Waterville. Taken as a whole It was a fine concert. We are credibly informed that Mrs Alonzo Wood, well known here, but now a resident of Massachusetts, is to be or has been married to a physician in that locality. Have you earache, toothache, sore throat, pains or swellings of any scit? A few appications ol JJr Thomas tic- lectric Oil will bring relief almost in stantly. Consumption is the natural result of a neglected cold. Dr Wood s Norway Pine Syrup cures coughs, bronchitis, asthma and all lung troubles down to the very borderland of consumption. 'Burdock Blood Bitters entirely cured me of a terrible breaking out all over my body. It is a wonderful med icine." Miss Julia Elbridge, Box 3o, West Cornwell, Conn. For itching piles, irritation of the genitals, or itching in any part of the body, Doan's Ointment will not fail to give instant relief. A Smpictont Case In New York. NW YORK, Oct. 8. The Cromwell line steamer Hudson, from New Or- eans, arrived with a sick passenger named Warner on board. The patient was sent to Swinburne island, where a diagnosis of his caoe will be made. The authorities had been notified by a phy tician in New Orleans. The Yellow Fever 1.1st. NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 8. Two more deaths are reported from yellow fever and 31 new eases. There is 1 case of yellow fever reported at Clinton, 4 new cases, but no deaths, at Mobile, and 10 new cases at Edwards. At Biloxi there are 10 new cases and 1 death. The Big Detroit Fire. DETROIT, Oct. 8. Careful estimates f the losses caused by yesterday morn ing7 lire place the total flgrures at $640,- ?uo, mm oiso,uuu insurance. DAXGER IN SODA. Serious Results Sometimes Follow Its Excessive Use. Common soda is all right in its place and indispensable in the kitchen and for cooking and washing purposes, but it was 'never intended for a medicine, and people who use it as such will some day regret it. We refer to the common use of soda to relieve heartburn or sour stomach, a habit which thousands of people prac tice almost daily, and one which is fraught with danger; moreover, the soda only gives temporary relief and in the end the stomach trouble sets worse Pand worse. The soda acts as a mechanical irri tant to the wall of the stomach and bowels and cases are on record where it accumulated in the intestines, causing aeatn Dy lniiammation or peritonitis. Dr Harlandson recommends as the safest and surest cure for sour stomach (acid dyspepsia) an excellent prepara tion sold by druggists under the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. These tablets are large 20 grain lozenges, very pleasant to taste and contain the natu ral acids, peptones and digestive ele ments essential to good digestion, and when taken after meals they digest the food perfectly and promptly before it has time to ferment, sour and poison the blood and nervous system. Dr Wuerth states that he invariably uses Stuart s Dyspepsia M"abiets in all cases of stomach derangements and finds them a certain cure not only for sour stomach, but by promptly digest ing the food they create a healthy appe tite, increase flesh and strengthen the action of the heart and liver. They are not a cathartic, but Intended only for stomach diseases and weakness and will be found reliable in any stomach trouble except cancer of the stomach All druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets at 50 cents per pacnage. A little book describing all forms of stomach weakness and their cure mail ed free by addressing the Stuart Co, of M?rshajl- Mich. MYSTERIOUS DEPREDATIONS UN DER COVER OF DARKNESS. Mischievous Persons Break Windows, Loosen Brakes on Cars and Tumble Things About in the Railroad Sta tion No Clue to the Parties Why Cannot We Petition the Town For a Few Electric Lights? Many Will Attend the Grilley-Rogers Enter tainment in Watertown Other Notes. Sunday evening a crowd of fellows congregated about the station and maliciously destroyed things about the place, breaking the windows of the station and loosening the brakes of the cars in the yard allowing them to roll down the incline for some dis tance. The next morning when Mr Weymour, the station agent, reached his post he found the door glass broken and the fragments of glass strewn in all directions, and tobacco juice all about the platform. The door of the waiting room had been left unlocked for the convenience of those waiting for the evening train. The agent found that some persons had entered the room and tipped over the stove and piled the seats in a heap in the center of the floor. Should the Consolidated road And out the perpe trators of this work they will certain ly be punished as they richly deserve to be. There has been a change of some importance in the management of the safety pin department of the upper pin factory which will interest not a few. Mr Hart, for many years the efficient foreman of the second room, has decided that owing to the constant worry attendant on the managemnt of this work, that it will be best for his health to discontinue his duties there. The new foreman will be Edward In- srraham. Mr Hart will not retire from active work there, but considers the duties of forfeman too arduous. The prayer meeting of the Christian Endeavor society was well attended last evening. Miss Gertrude Beards ley presided at the organ and rendered some highly acceptable music. Prayers were offerd by many and the remarks made were full of interest and ear nestness. After the regular meeting a business meeting was held which was presided over by the president, Francis W. Fletcher, who called for the reports of the various committees. Lonson Taylor was chosen to confer with the Ladies Aid society in im proving the interior' of the chapel Mrs Frank Rivenburg and Inez New ell were voted in as members. The attendance seems diminishing rather tnan increasing. The lookout com mittee do not fulfill their ragreement in regard to, securing new members. What is lacking is push and energy. Twenty-three dollars was reported as the amount in the treasury. To-night the all night forces in the Pin shop will work their last night, as the forces are to be laid off. A well known couple are naving a pleasant surprise for this evening. It is not always best to let the cat out of the bag, but a full account can be ob tained in to-morrow's "Democrat." Miss Fannie Anderson, a former teacher here, has been visiting with Miss Sherwood. iShe resides in Wa terbury. William 'Hungerford. was worse a day or two ago, but is now better. He is having a hard time of it. The hunting season with all its en joyments will soon begin. The Bassett Curtain Fixture Co held an adjourned meeting last week. Postmaster Douglass is expected home to-morrow from his hunting trip to Branford. Fredrick Peet Ims secured a posi tion in Waterbury. Business still continues to boom here in all the factories. Quite a large number will attend the Grilley-Rogers entertainment in Wa tertown to-night. CROUP QUICKLY CURED. ' Mountain Glen, Ark. Our children were suffering with croup when we received a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It afforded almost instant relief F. A. Thornton. This celebrated remedy is for sale by H. W. Lake, 21 Exchange place, G. M. Ladd, 854 South Main street. North End Pharmacy, 410 North Main street, Wa terbury. BiE Fire In a Small Village. CHATTANOOGA, Oct. 8. Twelve building-s, comprising the business por tion of the pretty village of St. Elmo, 'at the foot of WoKout mountain, were de stroyed by fire. The fire originated in the residence of A$rs. G. W. Kirkland and spread rapidly to the stores adjoin ing. The total loss is about $12,000. ' Attempted Salolde In the Park. NEW YORK, Oct. 8. J. L. Downs of 445 Lincoln avenue, Cleveland, shot himself in tne nead with a revolver last nignt near me ueetnovem statue In Central park. He was taken to the Presbyterian hospital, where his con dition is said to be serious. WATERTOWH JOTTIHGS. HE CONCERT AND HUMOROUS RECITAL THIS EVENING. Hundreds Who do Not Know Grilley, the Impersonator and Rogers, the Musician, Will Never Forget Them After To-Night The St John's Seven Night Fair a Brilliant Event Tax Collector Hungerford Soon to Leave Us Other Notes. To-night is the date for the much talked of entertainment by the Grilley Rogers combination in the Watertown opera house. This afternoon a great many people purchased tickets at the drug store and the sale from every in dication was flattering. Prices 25, 35 and 50 cents. When the, St John's parish fair opens next Tuesday evening the patrons will witness a scene of beauty at which they will marvel exceedingly. Both halls will be lavishly decorated with the na tional and other colors. The ice cream and supper tables will be artistically ornamented that the most indifferent appetite will be tempted. A gold watch having eight diamonds and two rubies on one of its cases, is the star article of attraction which will be dis posed of. A solid gold ring set with six diamonds in the form of a cross has captured the hearts of the young ladie3 hereabouts. Then there is a $10 gold piece that everybody wants. The porcelain dinner set of 112 pieces is a prime favorite with the housekeeprs. A handsome extension table, porcelain lined silver ice pitcher, hand chased, ton of coal, handsome engravings, suits of clothes, toilet and tea sets, banquet lamps and many other useful articles, without which an occasion of this na ture could not be called a fair. As in the past the suppers furnished will be a great feature. Of course the patrons, old and young, will pay tribute to the light fantastic and for the whole pleas ure the choicest of music is provided Admission to the building will be only ten cents, entitling one to a chance on a handsome prize. Season tickets 50 cents. These tickets also allow the holder to a chance on twenty volumes of standard literature, a ton of coal and a decorated lemonade set. If en thusiastic and harmonious work ever accomplishes anything, it certainly will during the coming social event. All are working in union with the leadei of the enterprise. Father O'Donnell, who has entered on the work with in domitable persistency. The opening night is the 12th. George Raptoy, brakeman on the rail road, is confined to his home with sick ness. The service in the morning on Sun day at Christ church isxnow at 10:30 instead of 11 o'clock and Sunday school at 12:05 p. m. All welcome. The correspondent received a com munication from Eddie Brooks of Tor- rington to-day, who states that he has consulted his manager and if agreeable to his wishes, will meet Patrick Cum- mings in Torrington for a ten round exhibition boxing contest. Now the sports will be happy. An excellent time was enjoyey by the Grangers last evening at the town hall. the subject under discussion being "All About Electricity." The names of the speakers were published in last night's 'Democrat." Next Tuesday evening the important citizens' meeting will take place. It is intended to hold monthly meetings for discussion of live subjects connected with progress and good citizenship. The promoters of the movement also hope to prepare the way for the har monious and gradual introduction of such improvements as shall from time to time seem profitable and practicable. Patriotic citizens are earnestly request ed to be present. The usual quota of people left for the Danbury fair this morning. Football game to-morrow afternoon on the fair grounds. Mrs W. H. Wood and daughter left for their home in New York to-day, after spending a week in Watertown, attending to important buisness affairs Tax Collector Charles Hungerford will not be liable to close his books up for some time yet, as one or two firms which are insolvent or mixed up in some complication make further prog ress impossible. He leaves soon for Torrington where he enters the Turk ish bath business. Republican County Ticket. NEW TOHK, Oct. 8. The Republican county convention at Lyric hall last night nominated the following ticket: Judges of the supreme court, Charles H. Van Brunt ana a nomas Allison; Judges of the city court, Elieha K Camp and Henry C. Botty; sheriff, Thomas L. Hamilton; county clerk, General James R. O'Beirne; register. Ganeral George Van Schaick; district Attorney, William M. K. Olcott. All the nominations were unanimous, Prominent Fennaylvanian Dead. SCEANTON, Pa., Oct. 8. Hon. Lem uel Ammerman of this city died sudden ly of heart disease at Blossburg, Tioga oountf, where he was in company with his business partner oi many years, ex- Lieutenant Governor L. A. Waters. Mr. Ammerman died worth $1,000,000. He had been married three times, and leaves a widow, a son and a daughter, children by his tnira we. ' MARY AND CHARLES. , Xetgert's Servant and His Partner Savt a Bad Day. CHICAGO, Oct. 8. One more day oi evidence and the finish of the Luetgert murder trial will be in sight. The state announced yesterday that it had, but a few more witnesses and that it woulo get through with them without much delay. An adjournment will then taken until Monday, when the defense will offer a small amount of sur-refeut- tal, and the way will be clear for the arguments of the attorneys, which will take about one week. : The rebuttal evidence of the prosecu- tion in the afternoon made serious in roads upon the direct testimony of the defense. The evidence given by each of the Impeaching witnesses called was sharp, crisp and to the point. Mary Sieminering's evidence was torn to tatters. MembeVs of the grand Jury which Indicted Luetgert last May -ap peared on the witness stand and testi fied to admissions the young woman had made before that body as to her re lations with Luetgert until Judge Tut- hill tired of it. Finally his honor said: "I will hear no more grand Jurorf. Their evidence is but a repetition. It seems to me the principle upon which they are being questioned has been thoroughly covered." Police Matron McMahon of the East Chicago avenue station was placed up on the stand sto deny Mary Slemmer- ing's story that she had been subjected to humiliating treatment when she was placed under arrest and brought to the station. Matron McMahon declared it was untrue that the young woman was despoiled of ail her clothing in her cell, as she had stated, and that a policeman had stood guard at her cell door while she was without raiment. . '.vS.t! Then came a horde of witnesses to im peach William Charles, Luetgert's busi ness partner. Mr. Charles sat in the courtroom and listened to his reputation being assailed right and left. Alexander J. Sweeney, Philip Reitz, William Spanka and others who had sustained business relations .with Charles at the Fulton market declared that they knew Charles' reputation foi truth and veracity in- the community in which he resided, and that It was bad. Then they told of business trans actions they had had with Charles, in which they got the worst of the . bar gain through willful deception and a disregard for the truth on the part ol Charles. AUCTION! 30 HORSES 30 I Will Sell 30 Horses at Auc tion at My Stables, 308 North Main Street, . WATERBURY CONN, Tuesday, Oct 12, 1897 This will be the last sale I shall have this season. There are gentlemen's drivers, family horses, others suitable for farm, grocery and milk wagons, heavy cart horses, weighing from 1,400 to 1,600 pounds; besides a large num ber of second hand horses' also new and second hand wagons and carriages; new and second hand hardness; quan tities of out-door and stable blankets, fur robes, lap robes, and in fact every thing needed to fit out a whole team, can be found at this sale. Horses will arrive Friday, and shall be pleased to show them in ail harness up to day of sale. I shall give as usual, two days' trial, with full guarantee, and every horse not as represented can be re turned, and money will be refunded. Sale to commence promptly at' 10 a. m. .No postponement on account of weather. F. E. BENHAM. 3Dr 3De Ver 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. DR P. T. KEELEY, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Graduate of New York College of Vet erinary Surgeons and School of Comparative Medicine, Telephone call, 49-5. v .Residence, 325 Bank street. Office and Hospital: 169 East Main street, Bear Waterbury Furniture Co, Waterbury, Conn. A. C. NORTHROP & CO 87 to 29 Canal St, Waterbury. Manufacturers of FINE PAPER BOXES. DEALERS IN PAPER AND TWINE. Our Second Yearj Anniversary. 10 cent REDUCTION On all our regular goods during tliis Anniversary Sale, except E. & VV. Col lars and Cuffs. , GREAT ANNUAL CELEBRATION j Of the well established, reliable and popular clothing firm of The ROCHESTER CLOTHING CO Sale begins MONDAY, OCT 4, and lasts until SATURDAY, OCT 16. To celebrate this rare occasion we will sell everythiug in our $75,000 stock at remarkably low prices. SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY PRICES : Children's Wool Pants, worth 50c, will be sold at 19c. Children's Waists (full fashioned), 19c. Children's Double Breasted Suits, 89c. Children's Double Breasted Reefer Suits, $1.10. Children's Double Breasted Eeefers, chinchilla, with deep collars, $1.40. Children's Double Breasted l?eefers, chinchilla, with deep collars bound with braid, $1.98. Boys' Winter Cops, to pull over ears, 18c Boys' Wiuter Caps, golf shape, 18c. Extra heavy Winter Shirts, cut full, 39c. .Extra good heavy (jioves, lined, cec. Men's Suits, good ones, J4.50. Men's All Wool Suits, special, $6.49. Men's Clay Worsted Suits, sacks, worth $12, at $7.49. Men's Double Breasted Blue Chinchilla Pea Jackets. $2.99. Good Overalls oi Jackets (extra value), 40c, and many other special values. Rochester Clothing Co, ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING. THE GREAT BREAD PRODUCER Thefollowing first-class grocers sell it M. J. Fogg, C. E. Torramce H. W. Fooita, F. E. Case, F. S. DouglasSi W. N. Ladd, W. Brickie, P. Thomas, J. P. McCarthy. T. M. Creuss, W. N. Vallee, M. LaHiere, O. F. Cardinal, N. W. Heater W. C. Hall W. Wilson MacKerracher Bros T. Kilmarbiin M. Blanch ette T. O'Rourke E. J. Sullivan I. Elbert O. Lafrnmllere t D. J. PheQan Telaney & Condon, M. Oallagran NATJGATUCK, CONN. Ci. Ackerman. P. .O'Connor J. O. Sullivan, J. Doriovan Naugatuck Oo-Op ffo, E. J. Conway M. Horn. UNION CITY, CONN. J. J. Lrnskey. WATERTOWN, CONN. i J. J. Kellty. TORRINGTON. CONN. D. K- Trask & Co. SOUTHFOHD. CONN. W. Davis ffi Son. , Price nc more than tho "just a good." All first class grocers sell it. THE F. C. BUSHNEL CO. Soe Millers' Agents. PEOPLE'S MARKET. Spring Lamb, Gh cken, Uea , Mutton, Gh cago Dressed Beef and Native Beef. 'The Finest quality of Vegetables, A ways fresh. The "Old Reliable" Market s the largest in the city and keeps the largest stock to se ect from. S. BOHL, Prop'r, 64 South Main St. Olden by telephone promptly attended HORSESHOEING HE GENERAL WAGON REPAIRING Done in First-Class Snaps XT R. N. BLAKESLEE'S, 160 meadow st; Money Saved Is Money Made- Look at this : Suits made to order $18.00. Pants made to order $5.00 up. First-class material and workmanship. Satisfaction guaranteed. All work not satisfactory may be re turned. John McEvoy, MERCHANT TAILOR, 251 BANK STREET. Best Set of Teeth, $8,; . .- Fine ttniri Trn libera i on n Teeth filled with Silver, 50c and 75o Teeth cleaned, 75e Teeth extracted, ' '.'.SB vras or Air administered . , - We . We never wpden h troth hofnro Ail ing. Teeth PTtfaoiort nn;n . the use of gas or Ryder's Vitalized Air. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.' . .- '4 f h RYDER'S DENTAL PARLORS.' 333 2. Xj. 3Es-srx3Era. 138 BANK STREET. The only dentist by the name of RYDER in the city. OUR WAY Of doing business suits every body it's fair. We believe we have the best FURNTVURE and the lowest Prices for good FURNITURE in the city, and we are not backward in telling' you so. But we invite you ' to be the judge . compare - our FURNITURE and Prices with! others; convince yourself. "We wouldn't want you to do that if our belief wasn't an honest; one. J. M. Burrall&Co 60 Bank St. UNDERTAKING In all Its branches Telephone, D. M. Stewart, 101 Frank, j lin St. Messenger Boy lor C. B. SeypVt mour, 184 Maple street. ..'ci PROF BAILEY, Master of Dancing and Deportment. r. ' . . . Glide Waltz taught in six private les sons. The principal feature in class in struction. A number of new Ball-room Dances adopted by the annual Dancinir Masters' Convention. A large varietyr nriiilt-a H immnn KQ I .rAAtn I .GOaa -ale Saturday afternoon Juvenile. Out-of-town classes solicited. Open daily. Cic; culars. ? lOS BASK ST. Music for 2 I -2c a Copy Commencing Saturday, Oct 9, we will sell 5,000 copies of standard musnf fo 2c a copy. All ot this music to sold before we move to our new store Masonic Temple, about Nov 1st. be in. All of our MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS . at a discount of 25 per oent. PJAIMOS At special prices from now until Not 1' Call and De convinced. , - Driggs & Smith Co. 179 Bank St., Cor. GrandC? J. KAISER, Manager- Hellmann's Beer - IS FOR SALE IN EVERY FQtST) CLASS SALOON IN CON v" ' NECTICUT. Imported Erlanger Hoffbreau, MADE BY FRANZ ERICH, BR- LANGER. BAVARIAN y. On draught at J. W. HODSON'S,, 18 EXCHANGE PLACE. j- ... ' Telephone. " PTJK.E - LIQUOR For Medicinal and other purposes.1 The largest stock of Bottled Goods ia the city to select from. Fiegenspan'i Bottled Ale and Porter is the best fo Family use. r T. E. GUEST, So South Main SU "' Annheussr-Busci Brswing 'Addition BUDWEISER LIGHT and MUNCHNER DARK LAGER on draught. The most wholesome and popular of beers. M. J. McEvoy's'cafe,' Exchange Place, Waterbury Cona. T. H. HAYES, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in For eign and Domestic Ales, Wine. Liquors and Cigars. 34 AND 36 EAST MAIN ST. ' ' Goods delivered on celephono call to any part of the city. Telephone 70.