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gMALL FIRE YESTERDAY FORE , : NOON'. ppenlc? of the Gem Opera House Thursday Evening Some of Our Concerns May Purchase Improved (pozzies. .1 - , -,.-, . (Reserved seats for "The Girl I Left Behind Me" go on sale at 'McGuinness' to-morrow morning. . B. C. Hall, Joseph C. Flynn and John Iltchcock go to New to-morrow to at tend as jurors in the court of common pleas, which open in that city. E. J. Sweeney is framing some 150 pictures for a party here in town that proposes to present them to an insti tution in the South. We noticed some of them on exhibition in his window. They are very fine engravings, proba bly purchased while the family were traveling in foreign lands. Those of our citizens who enjoy good music will be pleased to know that the Y. M. C. A. full orchestra of Waterbury have kindly volunteered their services to take part in the big Yt M. C. A. en tertainment here on the 17th inst. Ar rangements have also been made for . Charles W. Mayser, the physical in structor, to try to break the world's dumbbell. The record . being twenty eight times. The entertainment should draw out a large audience. It is thought that one or two of our manufacturing concerns may purchase pne of Eastman's new nozzles. We jwere not present at the trial, nor have pre seen published any account of it, which Chief Fuller informs us was very satisfactory. The nozzle throws B compact stream from thirty to fifty feet farther than those we have in use. Even throwing from a one and one fluarter inch nozzle, a solid stream farther than our nozzle did with an Jnch and " one-eighth. We have had yery few fires but what our streams have carried, but at the Page fire some years since, such a nozzle would have paid for itself in a few moments, or should either No 2 factory or Phoenix shop or their store houses get on fire, the extra thirty or forty feet, with the dlffernce in size of stream would prove its value at once. We do not know what the expense for one or more would be, but first-class fire appliances generally come high. i The beautiful ' sunshiny afternoon of Saturday caused many of our ladies to take1 'advantage 'of it to do their hopping. The revival meetings , at the Union City chapel closed last night, there, being a large attendance. Tickets for the parish house, course, which opens on Wednesday . evening next, with Leland T. Powers, the great impersonator, in "The Rivals," may be found at McCarthy's or obtained of the committee, ' , ' , The German Lutheran congregation beld service yesterday afternoon at the Swedish church. After the service they Mked over "he matter of holding ser vice during the winter months. r Pierce Freeman has painted the ring, hands and fingers of the town cloek according to the ideas of the committee that overlook it on the hill. It is an improvement on what it was, out the "Democrat" would have liked to have seen the glass face on the north side, smeared over with lamp black on the inside, with the hands and figures painted a pure white for the benefit of residents on Church Btreet. i . . ' The members of the Women's aux iliary, Y. M. C A., should not forget the regular monthly meeting this evening. All members are requested to. attend. ... 1 ; Dr Tuttle and wife spent Sunday in Ansonia visiting friends. They will leave early this season for Florida. The heavy football team from Tor ri>on that came here last Saturday n uv uimlu lkjl uur voyo, wno de feated them ten to nothing, the same score as the week before with the Yale boys, only our team was the loser. Complaint was made on Saturday night by Mrs Thomas J. Riley that .Thomas had assaulted her. At 11:45 Officer Grant went after Thomas and brought him in. This morning he was discharged. The alarm of fire at 12:30 a. m. yes terday Was occasioned bv tt hnmiti? of a small barn with little in it, and an addition in which Mrs Basham had her furniture stored, on what is called the Augustus Peck place, on New Ha- v m iwu, ii ucmg uuw occupied oy x . - fJcofleld. Both the building and furni ture was a total loss. Union City chapel was packed so that people had to be turned away last nirht. it being the last evening of the revival services, under the auspices of the Baptist mission of that place. . THE HOMLIEST MAN IN Waterbury as well as the handsomest, nd others are mviiea 10 can on any iggist and get free a trial bottle of amp's Balsam ior tne tnroai ana ga, a remedy that is guaranteed to and relieve all chronic ana acute rhs, asthma, bronchitis and con- on. price 25c and &oc. WITH GRUSON TURRETS. Report That New York Harbor Will Be Protected by Xhl. Formidable Sy.tem. NEW YORK:, Nov. 8.-As a result of the appeal of the New York Chamber of Commerce for additional artillery for coast protection, the war department will erect In the harbor of New York the most formidable known system of defense In the world namely, gTUSon turrets. An officer of hig-h standing In ord- lance circles is authority for the state ment tioat the question has been under serious consideration by the war de partment for EKjme time, and that it would doubtless have been settled long ago if it had not been for the great ex pense involved. Now, however, that the people have taken the matter in hand the War department officers are of the opinion that there will no longer be trouble in obtaining from congress all the money that is necessary. The gruson turret is a German de vice, controlled at present by the Krupps.. It cornea the nftarpst tn lm. pregnability of anything known to ar tillerists of today. So keenly alive has the war department been to the neces sity of obtaining some such protection ior coasi guns tnat minute .particles have been secured from the German makers. The Krupps, it is stated by ordnance men, have gone so far on th intimation received from this govern ment as to have arranged with the Betnlenem Iron works of Bethlehem, Pa., for the fabrication work In . tha tJnited States. The negotiations, it is Bald, were carried on by Captain A, E. Morkowski of the German artillery corps, wno represents the Krupps in Luis country. The threevyear-old boy of J. A, Johnson, of Lynn Center, 111, is sub ject to attacks or croup. 'Mr Johnson says he is satisfied that the timely use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, dur ing a severe attack, Baved 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 Anothe caries Hall Co, George M. Ladd, 854 soutn Main street. ; . KLONDIKE CRAZED. Sailors Try to Barn Their Ship to Get Away and Hunt For Cold. SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8.The whaler John Winthrop has arrived here with a queer story of an attempt of three of the crew to burn the vessel and go to the Klondike. On Aug. 19, near midnight, two fires were discovered, but were put out without much damage. Investigation showed that three sailors, J. H., Krueger, Harry Jones and Os born Digman, had started the flres with the purpose of escaping in one of the small boats to the mainland and then striking out for the Klondike. Krueger was the ringleader, and the other two have made a full confession of the plot into which Krueger induced them to enter. A few days before the fires the whaler spoke a fellow whaling vessel, the Gayhead, and heard the first news of the rich strikes near Dawson. This news appeared to make Krueger crazy. He talked of nothing else, and the plot to burn the ship was the result. When the flres were set they were about 100 miles from St. Michaels. Death of a Minister. ALLENTOWN, Pa.. Nov. 8. Alfred J. G. Dubba, D. D., died, aged 71 years. He was ordained minister of the Re formed church in 1851, held charges in Allentown and was assistant to his fa ther. Rev. Dr. J. S. Dubbs, in the church In which the" Liberty bell was hidden during the Revolution. He held the Salisbury charge from 1857 to 1876 and from 1876 to 1392 was pastor of Sa lem churoh, Allentown, which he found ed and built up into the largest congre gation in the Reformed church, having 1.700 members. A SIMPLE HARMLESS REMEDY. Yet It Cures the Worst Cases of Dys pepsia and Indigestion. Dr Jennison, who has made a life atudy of stomach troubles, says: All forms of indigestion really amount to the same thing, that is, failure to com pletely digest the food eaten; no mat ter whether the trouble is acid dyspep sia or sour stomach, belching of wind, nervous dyspepsia, or loss of flesh or appetite; a person will not have any of them if the stomach can be induced by any natural, harmless way to thor oughly digest what is eaten, and this can be done by a simple remedy which I have tested in hundreds of aggra vated cases with complete success. The remedy is a combination of fruit and vegetable essences, pure aseptic pepsin and golden seal put up in the form of pleasant tasting tablets and tsold by druggists under the name of (Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. One or two of these tablets should be taken after meals and allowed to dissolve in the mouth and mingling with the food in the stomach digests it completely before it has time to ferment, decay or sour. On actual experiment one grain of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest three thousand grains of meat, eggs and similar wholesome foods. It Is safe to say if this wholesome remedy was better known, by people generally, it would be a national bless ing, as we are a nation of dyspeptics, and nine-tenths of all diseases owe their origin to imperfect digestion and nutrition. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets- are not a secret patent medicine, but a fifty-cent package will do more real good for a weak stomach than fifty dollars' worth of patent medicines, and a person has the satisfaction of knowing just what he is putting into his stomach, which he does not know when widely adver tised patent medicines are used. .All druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, full sized packages 50 cents. A little book on cause and cure of stomach troubles . moiled free by ad dressing The Stuart Co, Marshall Mich. " . WATERBUB1 EVENING AN EXHILARATING FOX HUNT AMONG THE HILLS. A Pack of Hound Pursue the Weary Fox For Thirteen Hours Incidents Happening Over Sunday Large Shipment of Goods From Seymour, Smith & Sons The School Difficulty Unsettled. Last week the bold reynards of the surrounding country existing hereto fore undisturbed in their silent re treats were awakened by the power ful and long drawn out howls of the eager hounds. They were liberated at half past five in the morning by their owner, W. S. Capewell. Near the farm of Mr Minor, a beautiful fox was scared from his den in a ledge of rocks and the animal sprang away with the swiftness chracteristic of his race and was lest in the dense forest so sud denly that a person would stand in wonder.yet ntever did the eager hounds falter for an instant. All the long hours1 of the morning the chase was continued and the trail led throueh Minortown, Hotchkissville and Wood bury, describing a wide circuit. Wil Iiam Capewell shouldered his double barreled shot gun, about 3 o'clock and started out to capture the elegant specimen of the fox tribe now greatlv fatigued and panting desperately from his strenuous exertions Before Cape well could secure a bead on the fox there was a report and a puff of smoke rrom clump of nearby bushes and rey nard sprang forward again' with in creased rapidity. Capewell was some what mystified by the shot aimed at the retreating form of the fox and pulled both triggers. Charles Hawley, the famous hunter stepped out of the bushes at this juncture and both strode towards their victim, who without warning scrambled hurriedly to his feet and disappeared on three legs in the bushes. It was now after 5 o'clock and dusk coming on the men returned to their homes disappointed. A boy choir would be an attractive feature at the Congregational church. A gentlemn in conversation with a reporter expressed his unbounded in dignation at the manner of disrespect shown to the teacher of the primary room by the board of education. Miss Hablitzel is a lady of refined manners, and possesses the essential reauire- ments of a thoroughly equipped teach er. Harry Russell, who is the local committee here ,was recommended by the board not to hire Miss Hablitzel to teach the primary room of the Oak ville school this term and although he knew that all thought to the contrary would not be countenanced.he obtained the opinion of several people here and eventually came to the conclusion that taking into consideration the efficient work which the teacher had rendered it would only be a detriment to the progress of the children to employ a new teacher. Miss Hablitzel has taught these half hundred little ones more than they were ever taught before. The petition o retain Miss Hablizel has been greatly successful", much to the satisfaction of the community. Henry Cross has charge of the document and is working with commendable spirit to secure the opinion of every citizen,, A change in the middle of the term will effect the progress of the school as it will require weeks in which to get back to the original standpoint. E. J.. Steer of Waterbury did not preach here yesterday, owing to re pairs in the chapel. At the parish rooms yesterday the customary services were held. The music was much enjoyed. Mrs William Comber has been visit ing in Waterbury for the past week. C.-E. Warners mill is mentioned in this issue. CONDENSED DISPATCHES. Former Mayor William Chamberlain of Rahway, N. J., is dead. Three men were blown to atoms by nitroglycerin explosion at Pine Fork, W. Va. A nnmiwr nf wfl.rrantfl are out for men living at Onset Bay, charging them with immoral conduct. a nnrt u t the OrandaJI House. Buf falo fatjillv wounded a guest in a dis pute over a fee for shining shoes. - A $20,000 suit for personal injuries has heen hsFim bv Mrs. Clara Ostiller against the University of Chicago. Thomas Nulty, a brotner or the three girls and one boy murdered near Raw don, Que., has confessed to the crime. Rioters burned the Roman Catholic .i.,nh at rhnnrte. in Hunan. China. The inmates of the church all escaped. The one hundredth anniversary of the establishment of Catholicity in New York state !has lust Deen ceieDratea m Albany. rri, na ot thr Standard Oil rnmn- J 1, U w..v.t. ' M ny's plant in Springfield, Mass., was en tered by burglars, me naie diowc. open ,nd J14U stolen. Say He Was Treated Brutally, Captain Lilman and Mate Hall of the schooner Linmann D. Foster, which ar rived Irotn Honolulu, were arrested bya deputy United States marshal on a wowQIlt HWOm OUt bV Ahlo Rbq mon McDonald, who- claims to have been brutally treated by the captain and the mate on the voyage. United States Commissions ownn neia nem to appear before the United States court in the sum of S600 DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, WATERTOWH JQTTIHGS. - - PROF TURNER'S ILLUSTRATED LECTURE TO BE GIVEN. In St John's Church Tuesday Evening, November 16 Golden Cross Meet This Evening The Board of Educa tion to Discuss the Oakville School 'Question. Prof Turner of Boston, Mass, who has appeared here upon so many oc casions will appear at St John's church next Tuesday eveningKNovember 16 when he will give his new illustrated lecture on the life and times of Chris to i3er Columbus, haunts, home and scenes of George Washington, also the American civil war, with one hundred and fifty dissolving views. The even ing's progamme will conclude with an exceptionally fine display of colored and allegorical views. There will be a special meeting of the board of education this evening at 8 o'clock, when . the Oakville school question of text books Is expected to be discussed. Father O'Donnell will take a trip to Southbury to-morrow, where he ex pects to remain three or four days, taking the census of the Catholic com munlty there. ' (Mr and Mrs Hall and three children of St Paul, Minn, have been visiting their son, who is a student of Taft school. Mr Hall is president of sever al western railroads and is also a mul ti-millionaire. . The contract for lighting St John's church has been giyen to E. D. Brady of Waterbury. There will be thirty eight large electric lights in the church and rectory, also a large electric lamp will be erected on the corner of tne church property to benefit the public and one in the rear. It is learned that Eddie Brooks, the little sparring expert of Torrlngton, who was the subject of much discus sion here as regards Pat Cummlngs, Is to appear In a bout with Tom Farring- ton in-Waterbury, Thursday evening. The managers have him down on the bill, however, as from Thomaston. Not a few will attend the exhibition from here. The devotional exercises in Christ church yesterday - were remarkably well rendered, the same being appre ciated by large unmbers. The choir seemed in the very acme of its power and efficiency on this occasion. East side was filled with people who wore out walking in the bright moon light last evening. Miss Lewis and Miss Wakeman, two teachers in the center school, have se cured rooms with Mrs Coe near the schoolhouse. John Evans, the florist, has a vast aray of beautiful English violets now in full blossom. He picked nearly 200 bunches In one day for a local gentle man, i In the year 1780 Watertown was set off from the town of Waterbury. Up to that time Watertown was called Westbury. Some criticism has- been made as to the naming of "Westbury Park," claiming that it lay on the east side of the river and should be called "Eastbury Park'" If - anything in that line. Now if Watertown . was West bury before it was set off from Water bury, why will it not be appropriate to call this tract Westbury when Water town becomes a part of Greater Water bury as it Is fast"' so- approaching? Westbury pak is only sixteen minutes distant from Waterbury now. The doctor and nurse attending Miss Sarah Moore report heras being very comfortable. . . There will be an important meeting of the Golden Cross this evening in their citadel in the old town hall, and every member is urged to be present. arrangements will be made for the coming visit of the grand officers and members of Waterbury and Thomas- ton lodges and a large attendance is desired. The feast of the Lord's supper was celebrated in all the churches in town yesterday, and a number were added to the membership in each. A team of football players, termed as the Yale scrub eleven, came to Wa tertown Saturday afternoon with the ostensible intention of showing Taft's school a thing or two about playing this game. At 2:30 the game was called and the scrimmage commenced. Yale ran up a score of ten against Taft while Tuft's reciprocated by roll ing up eighteen points against her winning the game. More than a hun dred were present. There will be a special service of prayer in the Methodist church this evening at 7:30. A large attendance is desired. Everyone will be glad to know that at least three hundred dollars has al ready been raised to aid A. M. Hard of this place, who was recently burned out, and there are also two subscrip tion papers in circulation in Water bury. Mr Hard deserves all the help he may receive. Tuesday evening, ; November Oth, the Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. church I will give a suDDer and entortalnmcat j NOVEMBER 8, 1897, WATERTOWN . E. WHEELER & CO, ARE one cent. They will send the best of if you wish. Favor them with a call. r es? o cess? Seasonable Goods at Reasonable Prices for Cash Down. 5 Gallon Galvanized Oil Can fiilled with best Kerosene $1.00. . 2, Quart Hot Water Bottles 59c. x 3 Quart Hot Water Bottles 69c. v Try Anti-chap, best remedy made for chapped hands and face, 15 and 25c per bottle. Frog in the Throat Cough Drops. ' " B. C. ATWOQD'S POST OFFICE DRUG STORE. TURN YOUR WAY TO W. E, RUSSELL'S MARKET, OAKVILLE, . GONN, For choice Beef, Veal, Pork, Lamb, Shoulders, Sausage, and Fruits and Vegeta bles in season. We will sell for this week Sugar Cured 10c, or three for 25c ; Cranberries at 10c. Westbury Park, Watertown. The best location in Watertown. cash. In the spring the price walk from E. E. depot. 73c per day, from 6:08 A. M. to 11 P. M. B. H. MATTOON, Pythian Hall Building. J. J. Keilty's Corner Store. Headquarters for Groceries, Dry Goods, freshly baked Pies, Cakes, Bread, Cookies, etc, from our own bake shop. The attainment of absolute perfection In all branches. The cleanest store, the biggest bargains, and the most accommo dating clerks in Watertown. We want Watch our succeeding aUv lor amazingly The Brick Store. How is Tills ? i. n 1 new pattern 8 Hartford, only slightly shop worn,f40.00 takes it. A JR.. "V". MAGEE Watertown.. '. ' ' Tost Office Building, Watertown Poultry Yards, , Charles L. Kelly Prop'r, Be quick If you wish any of those choice White and Brown LEGHORN HENS AND - PULLETS, as they are going fast. A few white Minorca (JiilJlc;. Ut'ier inner Stock. Broilers in seasou. F. P. BRYANT. Stunninz Frices. ladies' Shoes from $1.50 to 82.75, See that $2.00 Winter Shoe for Ladies. Boys' Footwear $1.25 to $1.75. Bovs' Hip Boots . $1.90 to $2.50. "Men's Shoes $2.00 to 3.00. BUY HEBE AND SAVE MONEY. in the lecture room' of the church. Supper from 6 to 9:30. Entertainment from 8 to 9; admission 10 cents; sup per 15 cents. The entertainment will consist of vocal and instrumental mu sic, recitations, etc, as reproduced by the improved Berliner gramophone, which can be plainly heard from all parts of the room. Watertown, Nov 8. Oakville Correspondent of the "Demo crat:" Dear sir: In reference to your ar ticle of Saturday with regard to the teacher of the primary room in Oak ville, kindly allow me to state that the board of visitors are not "endeavoring to secure her resignation." I under stand that the resignation has been presented to the secretary and It will I suppose come before the board to night. The whole matter is due mere ly to a little defect in administration. The teacher was re-engaged this year without consultation with the board and has no certificate from its secre tary. The irregularity existing was commented upon at a board meeting and the secretary 'as instructed to in form the committee that a new certifi cate must be issued before the teacher were to be re-engaged for next term. So from trying to secure a resigna tion no vote was taken, the . board seeinpfi to be of the. opinion that a new certificate would under the circum stances be granted. A little friendly negotiation between the committee and the board or its secretary would have avoided all the trouble, but the school system under which we work demands that the committee should act with the board of visitors and net independently of their appciutment of teachers. Yours truly, 1 H. N. CUNNINGHAM, Watertown, Conn. T'"nr tlirtcA TirVir will rn tn-flav on w a package of GRAIN-O. It takes the Ul CO u tie UL uuuui -a L"e cost, it is a food drink, full of health and can be given to tho children as well as the adult, with great benefit. It is made the finest grades, of Mocha or Java cof fee. It satisfies everyone. A cup of Grain-O is better for the system than a What coffee " breaks down Grain-O builds up. Ask your grocer for Graln 0, 16c and 25c , BUSINESS MEN. PYTHIAN HALL. j SIIO 1NG THE LARGEST XTNE OF STORES 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 and contracts for two more. 'They would be pleased to give you an esti mate for heating your house with either nd the information will not cost you workmen to put your old Heater in orde Hams at 9c lb; 5-lb Basket of Grapes at All other goods at amazingly low prices Lots this fall $100 each will be more. Two minutes fare bv commutation. 20 Irjins your trade and guarantee satisfaction. low prue3. You Can't Miss It. m THE BAIRD MACHINE CO.. OAKVILLE, CONN., Makers of Automatic Machinery, Bicy- 1 cle Work, Etc. INVENTORS' IDEAS' DEVELOPED. A Trial Earnestly Solicited. G AMUEL IIOSKIN, landscape garden , er and grader In all its branches. JOHN EVANS, Florist; Funeral Work a specialty. A trial solicited. RAZORS for sale and honed at Miller's Barber Shop, Old Town Hall bldg. lOOTS and Shoes repaired. Charles f Rogers, Full stock of goods. E RNEST Zeidler, Hair Cutting,Shave, srinmpoo, at stand near depot. o IDER. 1 rent fral for mai l, g, O. E. Warner's mm oaKviiie. PEOPLE'S MARKET. 8prlrQ 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. Oidcn by telephone promptly at tended J GREAT FIRE SALE OF Stationery. Our entire stock of Stationery, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket-books, Sheet Music Bound Books, Paper Covered Novels etc, will te sold at a great reduction. ' jut ocock was oniy damaged bv water, so everything sold win bo bar, gains, a large stock of school supplies nt bargains. - T. F. COSTELLO, Newsdealer aid Stationer, 127 Banfc Street, Telephone 242-2. The - Rochester Save thousnn ls ot dollars to the peo ple of Waterbury and surroundinjf coun ' try and provides tlie newest, best fand only "Correct Tailoring Clothius;" that 1 money can buy. SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUTHS, A personal letter About Suits is wiat we should wr.te to you, but we havn'l the time... You'll find style, fit, durability in every, gar ment, not flash and show, bnt 'sterling worth. We show to-day the groatest' values you cin imagine. Just tke ft look at our $7.50, $10. and $12 Suits. If you wish better, see the 15 ones, retail $25. OVEKCOATS FOR MEN AND Bqy.S Our target is "Public Approval" flnd we hit itjevery time. The Overcoats we are selling at $G, $8, $10 are having au immense run be cure and see IheiW. l is better to look tuu to wish you had. Elegant Vicunas, Montapnacs (nnd $7.60, $10 aud $15 Covert top Coats. . CLOTHING FOR HOTS. The c losest examination is what w desire. This will convince you of oaf -superior qualities. Reefers and Ulster. $1.50 and upwards. Big stock to chose from. , HATS AND FURNISHINGS. Look out for waste. Waste in bay ing is more than waste in using. Why pay $5 for a $3 Hat? Can you save $2 any easier? . ROCHESTER CLOTHING ( CO E00M Goods with our tags on are coming at both freight depots faster than we can take care of them. Rather tmuk to hire storage we are going to ma3 room by SELLING some Parlor Fttr, nlture. Here's the way we are jwA ; ing to do it: One 5 piece Suit, overstuffed. Bro- ' catelle covered, fringed. The right price is $50, now $29 One 4 piece Suit, overstuffed, " fringed, Velour covered (moths ? won't touch it.) Was $42, new Sf price $33.50 One 5 piece Mahogany finished frame Suit, spring edges, heavy plush cover,' was . $50, i new ' price 939.60 One 5 pieee Brocatelle Suit, over- ' stuffed silk plush trimmed, silk all around, good value at $56, now 43.B0 One 5 pieoa Frame Suit, Silk Bro-" 4 cateue cover, was cheap at $28, now $22.7S Also lots of Bargains In Odd Piece. J. M. Burrall & Cb; ' UNDERTAKING In all its branches. ' Telephone, D. M. Stewart, 101 Frank lin St Messenger Boy for C.fi. Sey mour, 1S4 Maple street, - - ,''' " DEC 1st WE MOVE - Into our New Store In the 'Masonic :-: Temple. Here are some Bargains to be disposed of before that time. 4 v6 5 ORGANS AT $15.00 SACK 1 BfjUAtftt PlAJNO, sao.OOOASH 1 SQUARE PIANO, $15.00 GASH MUSIC, '2)4o A COPT BOOKS, slightly shop worn, 25c SACS T - reduced prices. TUP nRIPfi.Q A SMITH i"l ' vaiawiw vim Wft "' "The BeerThat's Drank." THE HELLM1HH BREVHG C0'Sv Lager Beer, Ales & Ports. Imported Erlanger Hoffbrefcu; MIA.DE BY FRANZ ERICH, ER- ' , I j, , liANGER, (BAVAiRIA. .' y') On draught at J. W. HODSON'S, 18 EXCHANGE PLACID. -Telephone." ' - ". . - XjIQTTOX&S For Medicinal and other purposes. . The larges stock of Bottled Goods In the city to seiect from. Flegen span's Bottled Ale and Porter Is tha best for family use. . i i T. E. GUEST, l 95 SOUTH MAIN ST. ' THE CELEBRATED ANHEUSER-BUSCH BUDWEISER LIGHT and MUNCHNER DARK. The most popular and wholesome ct Beers on draught. , . . &3-ANIIEUSER-BUSCH BOTTLED VLAGER for Table Use. Telephone, 155-13. M. J. McEvoy's Cafe, Exchange Place, Waterbury Conn. " T. H. HAYES, "Wholesale and Retail Dealer In For ; . elgn and Domestic Alea, Wines. , Liquors and Cigars. , 84 AND 36 ELAST (MAIN ST. ' Goods delivered on telephone call to any part of tho city. Telephone, 70.