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WATERBUR1. EVENING DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6,, ,1897.
SATO THE MRS LEASE LECTURE SLIMLT ATTENDED. The Torrington Football Team Here To-Day M. P. Coen One of the Hon orary Bearers at Father Leo's Fu neral. The Christian Endeavorers of Union City are anticipating a trip to Water rille next Tuesday evening. There will be a large number of ma sons going to Waterbury on Monday evening. To take the special car they must be at the trolley station at 7:15 O'clock and leave "Waterbury on return at 11:15 o'clock. There was a nice company out at the Dddfellows' social last night. They flanced until after midnight. Complaint is made of a nasty mud hole on Main street, north of the new stores. It needs attention. The remains ' of the late Mrs J. W. Elsworth were ' takeo by train this morning to Brooklyn, this state, for burial. In the death of R. S. Wood ford, Mrs John M. Page, Mrs A. H. Dayton and now Mrs Elsworth, St Michael's church has lost some of its leading members, and the community and organizations to which they bo longed, good citizens and members. The death rate in St Michael's church this season will be noticeably large. ' We notice that the "Girl I Left Be hind Me," for Manager MoGuinness' opening of the opera house, is also booked In Waterbury. The play comes here next Thursday night. In justice to the merchants on Water street, one would naturally think that the street superintendent would take pride In having the filth taken out of gutters fully as often as once a fort night, so that stagnant water would not have to lie over any longer. There are places in front of May's, as also on the other side of the street, In front of the Dayton building that at times has been filthy for weel s. We were glad to notice yesterday that the superin tendent was doing some cleaning of the gutters of streets and hope he may continue until he gets all the streets In better shape. Quite a number of new female hands have been employed by the Glove com pany to wrok injthe druggists' supply department, in the old Glove shop. The funeral of Jeremiah Lynch will fake nlane from St Francis' church on toenresy- afternoon at 2 o'clock. . Some of the finest famateur musical talent in this section will take part in the coming Y. M. C. A. entertainment. The musical committee will run it on the same lines as last year. Give numbers enough to occupy two hours, not permitting any encores. The pro gramme will be a miscellaneous one. Among the oldest residents of the town, may be mentioned Miranda Gib bud, of Pond Hill, who is now in her 83rd year. She also wears a King's Daughters' badge, and is, with Mrs Spencer, aged 96, probably the two oldest persons wearing badges of the order in the state. ' There will be a service for men only at the Y. M. C. A. rooms to-morrow at 4 o'clock. . The wall for the sidewalk on Patrick Conran's lot on Water street is well advanced, and the ugly hole made by the high water in the river last sum- pier will soon be filled again. " The'boys' gymnasium class at the Y. IM. C. A. is the largest that they have toad. It costs the boys $2.50 per year, which includes the other privileges. . It is disappointing to some that Le land T. Powers is to give the "Rivals" here next Wednesday evening, as Mr tJnderhill gave it very acceptably here only a short time ago. Bue when im personated by such artists as Mr Un derbill and Mr Powers it will stand a number of times and each time the majority will see some new features in It. There is no question but that it Will hurt the sale of course tickets with some, as there are some two hun dred that generally buy for the course that heard Mr Underhill, and would have preferred to have heard Mr Pow- er in something else. , The Torrington football eleven and the Naugatucks are playing this after noon on the trotting park. , M. P. Coen went to Winsted to-day as one of the pallbearers to represent the Ninth Connecticut Veterans' asso ciation, at the funeral of the Ret Father Leo of that place. Corporal Coen is secretary of the association. The Rev Dr Rowland of St Johnjs church, Waterbury, conducted the ser vices yesterday at St Michael's, over the remains of the late Mrs Elsworth. The bearers that accompanied the re mains were A. H. Dayton: andT John M. Page. George D. Buck and Robert Saunders were also expected to go, but did not get to the early train. The floral tributes sent in. by societies and friends were very numerous and beau tiful. C. H. Hoadley of Undertaker Twitchell's establishment accompanied the body to its final resting place. It is very evident that the lectures and meetings held here under the aus .pices of th.e Baldwin memorial fund. committee to raise means to erect a building suited to the wants of his ad mirers is not going to be very popular here. The committee has exerted it self to bring some of the best talent that' we have in the country, at prices so low that anyone desiring to attend could do so, but thus far if they saved themselves on expenses they have done well. The lecture by Mrs Least last night was no exception to the rule. As talented and fine a speaker, no matter what her subject, should have filled at least the body of the hall. With the exception of Miss Vandelia Varnum she is much the best woman, speaker we have ever heard. Her eulogy on Henry George wa one of the most bril liant pieces of oratory that has been heard here for many a day. The Rev Father Sheridan is attend ing the funeral of the Rev Father Leo at Winsted to-day. DR KING'S NEW DISCOVERY FOR CONSUMPTION. This is the best medicine in the world for all forms of coughs and colds and for consumption. Every bottle is guaranteed. It will cure and not disappoint. It has no equal for whooping cough, asthma, hay fever, pneumonia, bronchitis, la grippe, cold in the head and for consumption. It is safe for all ages, pleasant to take, and above all a sure cure. It is always well to take Dr King's new Life Pills in connection with Dr King's New Dis covery, as they regulate and tone the stomach and bowels. We guarantee perfect satisfaction or return money. Free trial bottles at Apothecaries hall C'os drug store. Regular eize 50 cents FOSTER'S DOG BETRAYED HIM. Unwittingly Discovered His Master to His Pursuers. J Paris, Nov. 6. At the examination of William R. Foster, the absconding at torney of the Gratuity Fund of the New York Produce Exchange, who was arrested at Neuilly on Oct. 23 upon a charge of stealing $13,000 belonging to the fund, it was shown that he was elaborately disguised before his cap ture. He had shaved the hair from his head and substituted a yrig, and in other ways endeavored to conceal his identity, but, curiously enough, he was always accompanied by a splendid dog, which the American detective in search of Foster recognized. When the detect ive saw the animal at Neuilly he called to him. The dog at once an swered to his name, and leaped upon the detective In a friendly way. Fos ter, betrayed by his canine friend, was soon afterward taken into custody. It is likely that the London and Paris police will become involved in a dispute over the reward of $5,000 which the New York JProduce Exchange of fered for Foster's arrest. His Kill Cost Him $25. New York, Nov. 6. "Twenty-five dol lars is rather steep for a kiss," said Peter O'Neill, when fined that amount In the Butler Street Court, Brooklyn, yesterday. O'Neill kissed his housekeeper with out her permission, and she had him arrested for assault. After paying his fine, O'Neill and hia housekeeper left the court-room to gether, apparently on better terma with each other. Witnesses Did Not Arrive. New York, Nov. 6. Carl Peterson and another witness for the defense of Martin Thorn, indicted Jointly with Augusta Nack for the murder of Will iam Guldensuppe, were expected, ac cording to Lawyer Howe, to arrive yesterday on the Fuerst Bismarck, but did not come. Peterson, it is said, will swear that Guldensuppe had no tattoo marks on his body such as the wit nesses here described, and the other witness, whose name is withheld,- will swear, it is said,, that he has seen Gul densuppe alive since the time the murder is supposed to have been com mitted. Now for the South Pole. Washington, Nov. 6. Fritjof Nansen is perfecting plans for a trip to the South Pole, and has consulted with several prominent explorers in this city on the proposed scheme. Although no definite plans have yet been made, it is probable that the Antartic expedi tion will be undertaken in the Spring of 1899. ' The professor's stout little steamer Fram, which is moored in Southern Norway, is in excellent condition, and able to stand the Southern trip with comparatively little repairs. HARD TO COMBAT. The Evidence of Our Senses What Waterbury People. Say is Pretty Good Proof. When we see it ourselves. When our own ears hear it. When our neighbors tell it. Our friends Indorse it. , No better evidence can be had. It's not what people say in Maine. Or distant murmurings from Cali fornia. No deceiving echoes here. Waterbury talk of Waterbury people. Public opinion published for the public good. There is no proof like home proof. Home testimony at the back of every box of Doan's Kidney Pills. Can you believe your neighbors? Read this statement made by a citi zen: Mrs Thomas W. Judd of 690 North Main street, says: "For the past 20 years I have suffered with kidney com plaint and female trouble, as some call it. I have given- many medicines a trial, but received very little help. My attention was directed to Doan's Kid ney Pills some months ago and' I pro cured a box at H. W. Lake's drug store. They relieved my backache, which was very painful, and greatly benefitted me otherwise. They did me more good than anything I ever took and I can confidently recommend them. Doan's Kidney Pills are sold for 50 cents per box, or six boxes for $2.50 by all dealers, or mailed on receipt of price by Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name. Doan's and take Lao other. 0AKY1LLEJHAPPEHIHGS, MORE MISUNDERSTANDING WITH THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. Miss Hablitzel of Waterbury Tenders Her Resignation Mrs Robert Pe grum of Watertown Finds Cause For An Investigation The Community Much Worked Up Over the Matter Other Notes. The entire community here is at a high pitch of excitement over the man ner in which Mrs Pegrum and the board of education are trying to secure the resignation of the popular teacher of the primary room of the Oakville public school, the young lady's name being Hablitzel. Parents are astonish ed at the sudden onslaught against the ability and intellectual efficiency of Miss- Hablitzel. It started something like this. Mrs Pegrum holding the office of school visitor and also con nected with the board of education comes down from Watertown occa sionally in order to investigate the condkm of affairs here. It is alleged that tliis lady finds the faculty of teaching very much deficient as re gards Miss Hablitzel. She thinks that should this estimable' young lady, who, by the way, has always given perfect satisfaction, attend the state Normal school for a couple of years that her ability and worth would be greatly en hanced. It Is said that fault is found because some of the boys swear on the street. This ought not to be. Yea, verily, but how is a teacher expected to know when her boy scholars use debasing language upon the streets after school hours, especially when she does not reside here. Allowing that a number of boys do swear upon the public streets, where can the evidence be produced to warant their dismissal? Principal Fletcher was Interviewed last evening . by a reporter of the "Evening Democrat" who endeavored to obtain some Information as to the outline of the complaints made, but this gentleman exercised diplomacy when he refused to commit himself before the board of education, but so far as he knew he had never doubted Miss Hablitzel's ability, nor her negli gence had never been perceived by him personally. Miss Hablitzel has handed in her resignation, but it is not known when the same is to take effect. There isa petition going the rounds of the place which prominent citizens are signing to the effect that Miss Habit zel has always conducted her duties efficiently. "Tenement to rent" is a scarce s'gn in Oakville. ' Mrs Wright of Waterbury, the fa mous fortune teller and mirth pro voker, has been secured by the Ladies auxiliary to occupy the Indian wig wam booth as the great revealer of the people's future at the two nights' fair, early in December. Other attractions will be anounced as soon as decided upon. Mr Gail, who is building a new resi dence for his personal use, on Central avenue, shows his progressiveness by planting numerous shrubs and useful trees about his newly purchased prop erty. ... ; ' ,, . , All should bear in mind the post ponement of services to-morrow after noon and evening in the Congrega tional chapel, owing to repairs. The illumination' in Watertown Thursday evening, caused hy the dem olition of Hard's livery stable by fire, was plainly visible here. Many went up to render assistance. The schoolhouse gates have been made substantial once more. Mrs Isbell, the trained nurse, has had many calls recently for her pro fession, but for the present she has decided not to attend cases May Harkaway, the great trotting mare, not yet two years old, is attract ing unbounded admiration from scores of tuffmen. From present indications Oakville may have another store added to the list.Further information cannot as yet be made public. The "Democrat. iou see it every where. Its unmistakably the choicest advertising medium in. this vicinity. The three-year-old boy of J. A. Johnson, of Lynn Center, 111, is sub ject to attacks of croup. Mr Johnson says he is satisfied that the timely use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, dur ing a severe attack, saved his little boy's life. He is in the drug business, a member of the firm of Johnson Brothers of that place, and they han dle a great many patent medicines for throat and lung diseases. He had all these to choose from, and skilled physicians ready to respond to his call, but selected this remedy for use in his own 'family at a time when his child's life was In danger, because he knew it to be superior to any other, and fa mous the country over for its cures of croup. Mr Johnson says this is the best selling cough medicine they han dle, and that it gives splendid satis faction in all cases. Sold by Apothe caries Hall Co, George M. Ladd, 854 South Main street- .. , WHTERTBflfLiOTTIIS, THE MEETING OF THE WATER TOWN CITIZENS CLUB. Will Discuss the Subject of a Fire Dis trict Formation The Train To Night Held Over For the Masonic Fraternity Celebration Marriage of Miss Sterry in Woodbury The Wa tertown Trolley. Every member of the Watertown Citizens' club who is at liberty is ex tended a personal invitation by the officers to attend the first regular meeting of the aforesaid club to be held next Tuesday evening in the as sembly room of the town hall, where business of great Importance is to be discussed. Secretary L. R, Hitchcock is now sending out notifications to the merchants and other citizens. The firemen are awaiting the date of the cal with great interest as the subject under consideration is, "The formation of a fire dilstrict," to facilitate the ex ecution of the firemen's duties, to en able them to become better acquainted with the circumstances under which they stand, each district to be dis tinctively alone and controlled by the residents living in that section. It is also probable that the firemen who are in a measure connected with the above society will request that the sections will be distinguished from each other in a manner intelligible to the most critical. What we need here is a regu lar organized district, similar to that voted for by Thomaston and regulated in a systematic mannar. The firemen deserve some recognition and how are they enabled to determine the exact location of the fire unless the gong tells them. Their duty is to reach the scene of the fire as quickly as possible, and yet it is quite probable that at times, more particularly at night,. that the fireman awakened from his slum bers will be obliged to trace the scene of a conflagration simply by the illu mination. Every member who is at all interested in public improvements and the advancement of our local in terests, should attend this meeting Tuesday evening. It has been requested that the "Evening Democrat" announce to the public that the late 11 o'clock train to night will be held over until a quarter to twelve for the accommodation of those who desire to attend the Mason ic fraternity celebration, all of our Masons having manifested their inten tion of going down. ' B. H. Mattoon, is out of town to-day on business connected with real estate. A very pretty wedding ceremony was enacted last Monday in Wood bury, in which one of our young ladies figured as one of the contracting par ties. James Waite of Ansonia and Miss Dolly B. Sterry of Watertown were united in marriage by the Rev J. T. Hargrave in St Paul's church. Miss Sarah Moore's condition is critical and doubts are entertained of her immediate recovery. Robert 'Moore was In communication with the New Haven hospital for a trained nurse and also interviewed several nurses, but none could be secured un til at last Miss Fannie Metcalf was se cured and Dr Variel, with her assist ance, hopes to be able to bring the pa tient out al right. The Watertown and Woodbury trol ley is now an assured thing. A. D. Warner has figured prominently the last few months in the securing of tnough capital stock to push the pro ject through. The road will terminate near the Watertown depot altmg the highway to Hotchkissville and thence to the Curtiss house on the Main street of Woodbury. It seems to be their intention to inform the public that hey will not meet the Waterbury Trac tion Co's line at Oakville, nevertheless the public are of that opinion. The road is guaranteed with the under standing that 10,000 will be subscrib ed to the capital stock by the citizens of Woodbury, and as this sum has been already procured1 it is very probable that by spring we shall see the wel come sight of civilized advancement. Mrs Coo has moved into Mrs Ira Hotchkiss new tenement, near the cen ter school. CONDENSED DISPATCHES. A schoolmaster at Wheatland, Mo., was beaten to death by some of his pu pils. The frigate Lancaster has arrived at Fortress Monroe with the mutinous crew of the Olive Pecker. A vessel sailing for Antwerp from New York was compelled to return to port by fire starting dn the hold. The Illinois supreme court has decided Miss Serena M. Martin entitled to the money left her by her uncle, Edward Martin of Bed Hook, N. T. A ship's steward named Hecker was arrested in Boston on a charge of at tempting to murder Captain Colbeth of the schooner Cameo at sea. Four persons were run over and killed and one passenger committed suicide during one run of a St. Louis and Southwestern express in Texas. The old standard of wages, 5 per cent. Ihigher than at present, will be restored at the Willlmantic (Conn.) Linen company's plant Monday. Mrs. Gammon, mother of the lad kill ed in a football game at Atlanta, has written against the proposed bill In the Georeia legislature to prohibit the sDort. WATERTOWN BUSINESS MEN. P. E. WHEELER & CO, ARE one cent. They will send the best of if you wish. Favor them with a call. Seasonable Goods at Reasonable Prices for Cash Down. 5 Gallon Galvanized Oil Can fiilled with best Kerosene $1.00. 2 Quart Hot Wair Bottles 59c. 3 Quart Hot Water Bottles 69c. . " Try Anti-chap, best remedy made for chapped hands and face, 15 and 2oc per bottle. Frog in the Throat Cough Drops. , B. C. ATWOOD'S POST OFFICE DRUG STORE. TURN YOUR WAT TO W. E. RUSSELL'S MARKET, OAKVILLE, CONN. For choice Beef, Veal, Pork, Lamb, Shoulders, Sausage, and Fruits and Vegeta bles in season. We will sell for this week Sugar Cured Hams at 9c lb; 5-lb Basket of Grapes at 10c, or three for 25c ; Cranberries at 10c. All other goods at amazingly low prices Westbury Park, Watertown. The best location in Watertown. cash. In the spring the,; price will be more, iwo minutes walk from E. R. depot. Jc fare by commutation. 20 Iriins per day, irom o;uo a. m. xo xx xr. on. B. H. MATTOON, Pythian Hall Building. Ho-w is Tliis ? 1 new pattern 8 Hartford, only slightly snop worn,4U.uu iHKes it. J "R. "V. MAaEE . Watertown. Post Office Building, Watertown Poultry Yards, Charles L. Kelly Prop'r, Be quick if you wish any of tlJose choice White and Brown LEGHORN HENS AND PULLETS, as they are going fast. A few white Minoiea hi:kp. Other Fancy Stock. Broilers in season. F. P. BRYANT. Stunning Prices. ladies' Shoes from $1.50 to $2.75, See that $2.00 Winter; Shoe for Ladies. Boys' Footwear $1.25 to $1.75. Boys' Hip Boots $1.90 to $2.50. Mens Shoes . $2.00 to $3.00. BUY HERE AND SAVE MONEY- FAILURES OF OCTOBER. The Aggregate Smaller Than In Usually Reported. NEW TORK, Nov. 6. R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade says in part as follows: Stronger proof of the great change in the condition of business could not be given than is found in the detailed re port of failures by branches of business for the month of October. Though swell ed by a-few large speculative or broker age failures, the aggregate was'smallei than in any other month for more h.n four years, except in July and August and one month in 1894. The manufacturing and trading fail ures, $7,823,199 against $7,830,811 in Sep tember and $7,760,835 in August, Include one for $1,000,000 having no relationto the present state of business. ' During the four years iron manu facturing failures have not been smaller except in one month, wool manufactur ing except in two months, leather and shoes and unclassified manufacturing except in six months. Of trading classes, failures have nevei been smaller in groceries, Jewelry and books except in one month, in clothing, furniture and unclassified trading ex cept in two months, and 10 manufactur ing and 11 trading classes out of 14 each have never reported smaller fail ures in a third of the past 48 months. Improvement so general, with a re markably low average of liabilities in most classes, has a meaning which can not be mistaken. Failures for the week have been 276 In the United States, against 230 last year, and 30 in Canada, against 62 last year. Will Chlaese Work the MlnesT JOLIET, Ills., Nov. 6 There is a ru mor in circulation here that the opera tors at Carbon Hill are planning to im port Chinese laborers to take the place of the strikers in the mines. , The com pany is at work moving its house close to the shaft and It is said will build a stockade to inclose both houses and shaft. It is reported as coming from one of the operators that as soon as the company con get ready to receive them 600 Chinamen will be shipped and that if this experiment proves a success ether operators will follow suit. A VALUABLE PRESCRIPTION. Editor Morrison of Worthington, Ind, Sun, writes: ''You have a valu able prescription in Electric Bitters, and I can cherfully recommend it for constipation and sick headache, and as a general system tonic it has no equal." Mrs Annie Stehie, 2625 Cottage Grove avenue, Chicago, was all run down and could not eat or digest food, had a backache which never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bottles of Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength.. Price 50 i cents and $1. Get a bottle at Apothe 1 carles hall Go's drug state. ... PYTHIAN HALL, SHOIv TNG THE LARGEST LINE OF STOVES and RANGES ever seen in a country town. Everything from an Oil Heater at $3.50 to an elegant Parlor Stove at $35. Ranges varying in price from $5 to $50. They have placed six Hot Water Heaters so far this season and have con tracts for two more ; five Hot Air Heat el s and contracts for two more. They would be pleased to give you an esti mate for heating your house with either a nd the information will not cost you workmen to put your old Heater in orde Lots this fall $100 each THE BAIRD MACHINE CO., OAKVILLE, CONN., Makers of Automatic Machinery, Bicy cle Work, Etc. INVENTORS' IDEAS DEVELOPED. A Trial Earnestly Solicited. CAMUEL HOSKIN, landscape garden- er and grader in all its branches. 1 1 OHN EVANS, Florist; Funeral Work a specialty A trial solicited. T? AZORS for sale and honed at Miller's Barber Shop, Old Town Hall bldg. IOOTS and Shoes repaired. Charles W Rogers, Full stock of goods. E RNE3T Zeidler, Hair Cutting, Shave, Shampoo, ac siana near uepoi. THE GREAT BREAD PRODUCER Thefollowing first-class grocers sell it" WATBlUiiUitX. CONK M. J. Fogg, C. E. Torrance' H. W. Foaba, F. E. Case, F. S. Douglass, W. N. Ladd, W. Brickie, P. Thomas, J. P. "McCarthy, T. M. Creuss, W. N. Vallee. M. LaJTiere, O. F. Cardinal, N. W. Heater W. C. Hall W. Wilson MacKerracher Bros T. Kilmarti'n M. Blamciheitte T. O'Rourke E. J. Sullivan I. Elbert O. Laframlrere T. J. Phela.ii Delaxuey & Oondon, M. G-allagam TBi-mfVkjivin Oo-wverflirve Co. NAUGATTJCK. CONN. G. Ackerman. P. O'Connor J. O. Sullivan, J. Donovan Naugatuck Co-Op Oo, E. J. Conway M. Horn. UNION CITY, CONN. . J. J. Linekey. WATERTOWN, CONN. J. J. Keilty. TORRINGTON, CONN. T. K. Tra.sk & Co. ; SOUTH FORD, CONN. W. Davis & Son. Price nc more than the "just a good." All first-class grocers sell it. THE F. C. BUSHNEL CO. Sole Millers' Agents. GREAT FIRE SALE OF Stationery. Our entire stock of Stationery, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket-books, Sheet Music Bound Books, Paper Covered Novels, etc, will be sold at a great reduction. Our Stock was only damaged by water, so everything sold will be bar gains, a large stock of school supplies at bargains. T. F. COSTELLO, Newsdealer and Stationer, 127 Bank Street, . Telephone 242-2. SUITS and OVERCOATS We desire that every Man, Youth, and Boy in Waterbury and within.' 56- mil of Waterbury should know that he has not a want in connection with Winter Clothing that we cannot satisfy. Fur thermore, we wish to impress upon his mind that we are selling Suits and Over coats, as we manufactured them jppou an anti-tarifl basis. There is not another store in New England where1 'equal values are to be had at our prie3- Shis we know to be absolutely true. An ex-, ami nation of our garments will seldom fail to result in the most positive con viction that we have manufacturing facilities for clothing Men aud.Bpys economically that are possessed by io other house in the local trade. Our stock of Suits. Overcoats and Trousers, includes every suitable labile, and every popular pattern. . " . 4 The styles are new and correct, the tailoring indisputably good Add to these desirable points that of low prices, and you have the best of reasons for buying your own and children's winter outfits at the reliable ROCHESTER CLOTHING CO E00M Goods with our tags on are coming at both freight depots faster than we can take care of them. Rather than to hire storage we are going to make room by SELLING some Parlor Fur niture. Here's the way we are fee ing to do it : One 5 piece Suit, overstuffed, Bro catelle covered, fringed. The -t' right price is $50, now . $39.S0 One 4 piece Suit, overstuffed, fringed, "Velour covered (moths -. .: won't touch it.) Was $42, new " price $33.(0 One 5 piece Mahogany finished frame Suit, spring edges, heavy ' plush cover, was 50, new price , 139.50 One 5 pieee Brocatelle Suit, over stuffed silk plush trimmed, Bilk all around, good value at 955, now 43.60 One 5 piece Frame Suit, Silk Bro- , , . catelle cover, was cheap at 928, v . now 922.75 Alenlnfa nt Ttarvaint tn Piaiui ....... t, A J.M. Burrall&Co 60 Bank St. UNDERTAKING In all Its branches. tin St. Messenger Boy for C. B. Sejr mour, 184 Maple street. DEC 1st WE MOVE Into our Xew Store la the , Masonic :-: Temple. Here are some Bargains to be disposed of before that time. m 5 ORGANS AT $15.00-EACH 1 SQUARE PIANO, 830.00 CASH 1 SQUARE PIANO, , $15.00 CftSH MUSIC, " 2c A COPY BOOKS, slightly shop worn, 25c EACH Musical Instruments at greatly reduced prices; .. THE DRIGGS & SMITH CO. "The BeerThat's Drank." THE HELLHiM BRE1ISG CO'S Lager Beer, Ales & Porter Imported Erlanger Hoffbreau, MADE BY FRANZ ERICH. ER- X LANGER, BAVARIA. On draught at J. W. HODSON'S, 18 EXCHANGE PLACE. Telephone. v ' For Medicinal ana other purposes. rrV. lorrrpst. stock Of Bntt.lpri flnnAa in.. . " - uuua . i. ai . a .. 4- cnlpnt frnm Via...... lllO Viuy vv, . -j. Bottled Ale and Porter is the best; tor Family use. T. e. quest; D5 South Maia SW .. ...;, , THE CELEBRATED ANHEUSER-BUSCH 5 BUDWEISER LIGHT and MUNCHNEIi DARK. The most popular and wholesome of -ANHEUSER-BUSCH BOTTLED LAGER for Table Use. M Telephone, 155-13. -.! ,-. M.J. McEvoy's Cafe, Exchange Place, Waterbury Com. ' -r u u a Wholesale and Retail Dealer in For eign and Domestic Ales. Wines. Liquors and Cigars. 34 AND 56 EAST MAIN ST. Goods delivered on telephone call to MIX S&rt G tJw City. Telephone 70. i