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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1897.
THE SACRED CONCERT. A Large Crowd in Attendance Last V Evening. Old City hall -was crowded to the doors last night by a representative audience, "who came to participate in the sacred concert of the St Francis Xarier .parish.. The programme was a , meritorirous one and each number re ceived its share of applause. -The St Francis Xavier's junior choir opened the programme with a prettily arrang ed chorus. The little boys and girls acquitted themselves grandly. Rev Father Curtin put an extra number on the programme, as he said himself, by coming before the gathering and thanking the public for the generous patronage received during the week and last night. r Miss Sadie White sang a soprano solo very sweetly and responded to an encore. Master George Donahue re-1 cited two numbers like an old veteran and won applause. John B. Moran, always a favorite, sang two of his nicest tenor solos with satisfaction to those present, i The Gatchels, the well known musical artists, played all man ner of instruments and gave two num bers which were pleasing. Master Raymond Bergen made the hit of the evening in two of the very latest bal lads. He is a precocious youngster and sings like an old comedian. The Juvenile trio, by Misses Kennedy, Mul ligan and Allman, was a bright fea ture. The three little tots did very nicely. Miss Mary E. Smith did re markably well in ner recitations. John J.- Dunn sang " one of Chauncey Olcott's songs in a creditable man ner. Miss Nellie Ca.'uev, in' a swei.t contralto voice, sang two solos "which received much applaus. The juvenile chorus concluded a very, successful ' concert.' (Miss M. E. Gorman made an excellent" directress for the various solos. v . : The "fair will close this evening when many will be marie happy by the receipt of valuable presea'.s. Among the attractions will be a basket ball game, between the Y. M. C. A. and the St Thomas cadets. It is expected that the . attendance will be even larger than on any previous evening. , ; POLICE COURT DOLYGS. A Man Fined For, Stealing ' a fl7 - . Harness. . .John McNabola, for Sunday drunk -i uness, was given thirty days and costs In jail. Smith Ockerman, charged with the theft of a $17 harness from Wilbur G. . Austin, pleaded guilty. Austin said he missed the harness yesterday and that Ockerman worked on and off for him. The harness was found at Wil- - liam M. Coffin's stable, on Jefferson troet. Detective Cahey said he found the harness locked up in a chest under other goods at Coffin's bam. Coffin said he paid Ockerman $8 for the har ness Saturday night. It was so good that he kept It in the chest for his own use, Ockerman had nothing to say and Judge Burpee fined him $15 and costs and gave him ten days In jail. . . Captain Ganjl Had His Way. ' SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8. Advloes received from Japaft by the steamship Coptic tell of an encounter between the crew of the American sealing schooner Bt. Lawrence and Captain Gunji of the Island of Skimushirl, in the Kueils. Part of the schooner's crew went ashore - presumably to get a supply of water, but instead of doing so went on a hunting- expedition and tried to run things generally. They were ordered to re turn to thalr vessel. They refused, and finally Captain Gunji fired a shot from an artillery piece over the iresse'. This bad the desired effect upon the men, who secured a supply of water and re turned to the schooner. The Work of Ghoula. MTLX.VILLE, N. J., Nov. 8. Ghouls dug up the body of Mrs. Phoebe Tilton, buried four months ago in Mount Pleas ant cemetery, dragged It some distance . and mutilated It by cutting open the . trunk with an 'ax and removing the heart. There is the usual talk about it being the work of medical students, but the awkward way in which the deed Iras dop sms to preclude thip theory. Bar Heart I XJlaewliere. Mrs. Tenspot You ladies are all Itrrong in guessing' that Miss Frisbie jwUl marry Mr. Hung-erforcl. ,'. I. Mrs. Gazzom Whet makes you say hmXt . . I have beea noticing- her conversa tion carefully, and I find that she nl- Rvsys speaks of Mr. Hungerfond witl, H greatest respect and In the most (plowing- terms," N. Y. World. , . ' A BarClm. ' i She How nicely you did that! And would would you care to always re bair my punctures? f He Darling, it would be the greatest toy -of my life for me to do bo if you mould promise to darn my socks In re turn. . . .. f j 8a they rode along in search, of a par wavt. Cleveland .Leader. TIMELY TOPICS. The Currans will celebrate their third anniversary in their present quarleis this wek, and will make Ihe occasion ' one long to be remembered by the many genuine bargains which will be ottered . Conlon Bros offer some rare bargains in wrappers and tea gowns. See the price list. J. G. Twining & Co have a nice line of china closets. Look them up. Tne ttosioo furniture to nas we hlthest in quality and the lowest iu WiceV'-' See- their line of carpets, rugs The Credit Clothing Cos watchword is economy. See their ad. The Bochester is the place to buy clothing. Look at the bargains they are offer ng. Dillon's cash grocery house sells po tatoes for 80 cenis per bushel. They are going to be higher. , Miller & Peck are mil ialking about Cfirpets. Better call In and talk it over with (hem. ' ' - " ' "' The Waterbury Furniture Co have a I,; d or ranges ai sue iuwei pm-tra j lofued. A turner wiin every rajic. TOUBISTJHD STOKER UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE OP 1 YOUNG AMERICAN." Officers of the Steamship Paris Forced the VoN jf Man, a Son of Well to Do Parents, to Earn His Passage by Shoveling Coal. NEW YORK, Nov. 8. A young man of well to do parents, who says that he went to Europe on a bicycle tour, has returned to New York on the American line steamship Paris, on which he had been compelled to act as a stoker. His name is Charles Goepel, 19 years old, the eldest son of Charles Goepel, a deal er In tools. Young Goepel, in company with four other youths, was found in the coal bunkers of the Paris the day after she left Southampton. The penalty for stowing away on an ocean liner is to work one's passage by actl;ig as stoker. It is not pleasant to shovel coal into glowing furnaces. To cross the -ocean in that way Is about as comfortable as working a passage on a oanalboat by driving a team of refractory mules. The young man la slight in form. He never did any hard labor In all his life. He supposed that when found stowed away he would not be made especially welcome, but that the company would have to take him to New Tork, as well as feed him on the way. Ql He told the officers of the Paris that he had left New Tork six weeks before upon the Atlantic Transport line steam ship Mohawk. He took his bicycle with him, a limited supply of olothes and a still more limited amount of money. He had read some magazine story about the delights of a wheeling tour in Eu rope at a cost of a hundred dollars or so. Being fond of adventure, he took such scrip and purse as he could and started out. He said that he found living in Eng lish taverns more expensive than he an ticipated. He pawned his wheel for enough to get to Southampton. He add ed that he sent a cable message to bis father, asking for money. He received no response and concluded to try his chances as a stowaway. He told the officials at Ellis island that he had had enough of stoke hole ocean travel. His hands were calloused and grimy. His arms ached. He was tired out. His face was pale and his eyes were bloodshot. He had taken his turn with the rest of the men, who, bared to the waist and with the per spiration .streaming down their faces, stood before the furnaces. He satisfied the immigration officials that he was an American citizen, and left Ellis island, ostensibly bound, for his father's home in Harlem. He has not as yet put In an appearance there. The father and son have had several disagreements, principally upon the subject of work, and this may account for his not going home. . X . Big Hotel, Burned by Firebugs. ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla,, Nov. 8. The Hotel San Marco, one of the flnest and most capacious hotel properties In this city, -was burned to the ground by in cendiaries, entailing a loss of about $250,000, with less than $50,000 insurance. The blaze not only illuminated the en tire city, but could be seen for miles around. In a few hours the structure was reduced to embers. The owner of the San Marco was William Beale, a real estate dealer in Boston, and was leased to McDowell & Palmer. It would have been opened next month. Fearing further incendiarism, those in charge Of the . Hotel Ponce de Leon have ordered steam up constantly in order to furnish water pressure at a few moments' no tice. The citizens of the city have of fered $500 reward for the capture' of the incediaries. . The Veiled Woman Identified. TRENTON, Nov. 8. The identity ot the veiled Woman, De Kalb, in the Kai ser murder case, who is now locked up In Norristowh, Pa., has been establish ed. She was a resident here for more than a year, and was employed in the shirt factory of Rothschild & Co. She was popular as Laura Kaufman. Hei companions here do not believe she is associated with the murder of Mrs. Kaiser, on whose life there' was an in surance policy of $11,600, and that she was interested with -Mr. Kaiser in the benefits that would come from the mbfiey. She has communicated with none of her associates here since her ar rest In Bristol, where she was hiding fpr some days. . " , . . . . MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. V The Red Lion, an inn at Ardmore, Pa., has been a licensed public house for 100 years. ." Oldenburg's dynasty is saved tropa extinction by the birth of a eon to the hereditary grand duke. The Taylor Street Methodist church of Portland, Ore., has aet aside a pew especially for the use of commercial .travelers." According to Atchison reports the people of that town fish for bats about th arc electric lights evenings, baiting the hooks with millers and then wav ing them through the air. At Osage, Kan., B. H. Lyons turned a waste, pool on his farm into a fish pond ten years ago. Now he has a chain of fish ponds worth $15,000 on the place, all stocked from the waste pool, One of the gill net fishermen, of Astoria, Ore., caught a royal chinook salmon t&at had a hook in its mouth and a cotton line and home-made spoon such as Indians use attached. The fish weighed 30 pounds. , : Mrs. Nancy Baker, a cripple, 75 years old, of Valley View, Ky., put her hand in a hen's nest in which she had placed 12 small chickens and found a fie-foot snake which had swallowed six of them. Her son killed the snake, One of the feet of Louis Philippe's throne, which, was carried off from the Tuileries by the mob in February, 1848, and burned at the foot of the column In the Place de la Bastile, has been; ire sented to the Cam a valet museum in Paris. While Miss Belle Hoe and five friends were eating a picnic luncheon In the mountains near Bellefonte, Pa., a rattlesnake and a wildcat fought to the death near them and 47 rattlesnakes I attacked them. The men in the party i THE COMING EXHIBITION. The Waterbury Athletic Club Has Everything in Readiness For the Go. The tickets for the Murphy-Byers contest whlcn taices place in the audi torium next Thursday night went on sale this morning at Harrington's ei gar store at Exchange place and, judg ing from the throng who were waiting to purchase them the management should certainly feel flattered. This will without doubt be the hottest con tested battle ever given in this state, as both men mean to win if possible in short oder. There is no doubt but that each w'ill try and make his vic tory as decisive as possible, and when two men enter a ring with this deter mination, the battle is sure to be an interesting one. Murphy says that he never was in as good condition in his life as at present and is confident that he will show his townspeople that he is the colored man's master. Byer is equally confident and says that if he is defeated it will not be through lack of condition. The ten round contest between Campbell and Siddons is sure to be the most scientific exihibition ever given here, as they are two of the world's cleverest boxers. Farrington and Brooks will make a go that will please every one. Altogether it Is a great card and deserving of the success which it has achieved.. Peter Maher will arrive Wednesday afternoon on the 3:55 train. He has many friends here who will be anxious to see him. JAPANESE VANITY. Members of PsrUaaent Think Their Army and. Navy Invincible. Two distinct ideas are to be reck oned with when one is considering- the possibilities of war between Japan and the United States. When Marquis Ito Was in New York recently he declared in the mo positive terms that Japan had no desire to annex the Hawaiian islands and that nothing could be further from the intention of the gov ernment of his country than to have trouble with the United States. Such a thing as Japan going to war with America, he said, was too preposter ens to foe even thinkable. Marquis Ito's ideas are those of all ihigh government officials in Japan. These men have much political oxperi- pnee; they have been trained, many of them, for a quarter of a century in European and Asiatic diplomacy. They are familiar with public affairs the world over, and know well what should Jbe the policy of their country In its relations with foreign . powers. They know what Japan can do; theynndfer- (stand that there are many things she cannot do, and they know why. The conquest of China has not turned their heads.- They iknew they wouid' win be fore they went to war, for they were well informed of China's weakness and of their own strength, ihey knew also that if Bussia took a hand in the game seriously affairs would assume a dif ferent aspect, and that diplomacy ratner man lorce ol arms would be Japan's recourse. This condition of intelligent Under standing is different from that of the two houses of parliament, however, and parliament, though not supreme, is a jgrtowing power in Japan and cannot toe ignored. It voices the minds of the people, for it is in great part made up pt men elected by public vote, but as it Ss not ten- years old, it has had little experience. It does not know how to hehave itself and is exceedingly im patient of restraint, so much so that tenons to put into tuecc ine rules ox procedure auch as are used' in the par ' XMt J i . .1 r . . , , , liaments of other nations meet with no encouragement. The parliament mem bers who have the dispositions of chil dren are carried away with Japan's success In the war with Ghina, They believe that their fleet and: their army Are invincible. They will not lusten when a cabinet- minister appears be fore them to ask them to go slowly. "Yamato damasbi!" they cry "We are the people!" As one of them. con fided to an American not long ago: "I hope that England, France, G ermany and Russia do not interfere- with Ja pan's policy regarding China, for I should, greatly regret the fact if Japan were obliged to declare t war and oblit erate England, France, ., Germany and Russia." . . j Tlhis is the mind of a large number of the members of the Japanese dietC It is as different as well may be from the ideas of the members of the cabinet, of the privy council and of the mikado, but it must be reckoned! with when (trying to determine the probable- ac jtion Japan will take on the Hawaiian question. America is better liked in Japan (ban nay other country, and with good reason; but Should parlia ment get an . idea that America was meddlinir with her dignity (whidh is "in truth vanity), the whole country Svould splutter .and , tihe spluttering Would have to be attended to. N. Y. Press. , " But That Part Stayed. "I axa afraSd," said Maud, thought fully!, "that Willie Wibbles will never come here again." "Did he go away in a pet?" asked Mamie- "Well, some of ham- did. Just before he started my dear little dachshund bi1 a piece out of him." Washington Star. Sot In It. Mrs. Calliprs Are you- going to in vite Mrs. Fowler to your little party? She seems to be such a pleasant little Justup Goodness, no! She's pleasant enough and all that-, but I un derstand that her husband only ecis $100 a momth. CleveJamd Leader. Mr Nv N. Osburn, well known at Woodstock, Mich, was troubled with a lame back. .He was persuaded to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It gave him relief in one night. This remedy is also famous for Its cures of rheuma tism. For sale by Apothecariesi Hall Co, George M. Ladd, 854 South Main street. ;: . .' wmm lie AUTONOMIST LEADERS ACCEPT ' APPOINTMENTS BY SPAIN. Rumor Has It That Thli Little Threat Was Feran&aive Enough to Indnoe Them to Do What the Cap tain Genoral Desired. MADRID, Nov. 8. The cabinet coun cil has approved the proposal of pollt leal amnesty for Cuba and the Philip pines. The government denies that the action to be taken with regard to the remarks Viade by Lieutenant General Weyler to the deputations that waited upon him shortly before he left Ha vana Is the result of any suggestion on the subject received from Washington. No communication has been received from the American government on that matter. The government has received a cable message from the Autonomist leaders In Cuba accepting on behalf of the par ty me appointments tendered repre sentatlve Autonomists on the nomlna tlon of Marshal Blanco, among them the provincial governorshlnn which have been assigned as follows: Province of Havana, Senor Jose Bruzon; Plnar aei K.10, senor Marcos Garcia; Puerto Principe, Senor Rafael Vasallo, and Santiago de Cuba, Senor! Enrique Ca- priies. Benor Francisco de Armas, a Re formist, has been appointed governor of JYiatanzas province. It isreported from Havana that Mar shal Blanco induced the Autonomist leaders to accept only after threatening tnat he would resign If they did not. i.1 Liberal, referring to "mysterious threats made in New Tork by people interested In Separatist affairs," and to the "revelation of glgantio Immoral speculation.'" says: "No doubt anxiety has been greatly increased during the last 24 hours. It is known that the Cuban revolutionary committee is trying to place war bonds among filibusters, offering ridiculous and imaginary guarantees. The com mittee proposes also to stamp dollar pieces ' 'redeemable when the Spanish troops have evacuated Cuba.' We have done everything to assure peace in Cu ba and have thereby acquired the good will of Europe and international right. Therefore we should not tolerate offen sive Interference, and we can meet tranquilly any complications arising out of such interference. . We do. not be lieve the United States government will associate itself with those adventurers, but even should this happen, we must not deviate from the line of conduct that honor and duty dictate." ' Floating' Drydock in Havana. HAVANA, Nov. 8. The long expected floating drydock, built in England and spacious enough to accommodate large Ironclads, has arrived here. It crossed the Atlantic without damage. Praise for Pennsylvania Soldiers. HARRISBURG, Nov. 8. Captain Alex It. Paxton, Fifteenth infantry, U. S. A., has forwarded to the secre tary of war a report of the operations of the Third brigade and Philadelphia City troop In the Hazleton region fol lowing the killing of strikers at Latti mer by Sheriff Martin and his deputies. The captain is attached to the head quarters of the national guard of Penn sylvania and spent three weeks at Ha zleton with General Gobin by direction of Governor Hastings. The report states that the mobilization and con centration of the troops exceed in speed, accuracy and completeness that of any other state in the Union. The camps of all the organizations were noted for their thorough police, the accurate alignment of the tents and for com pliance generally with the army regula tions for castramotatlon. Captain Pax ton reports that the duty of the brigade during this service was performed In a strictly military manner in all respects. A Bridgeport Sensation. ) BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Nov. 8. Wlf Ham Weidenhammer, organist of St. John's Episcopal church and a com poser of some note, -was -arrested upon a writ in a suit brought by Burton A. Merrill of this city, who asks $2,500 damages for the alienation of his wife's affections. Mr. Weidenhammer secured bail and was released. The suit has furnished unlimited gossip, the parties being well known in social circles. Pro fessor Weidenhammer says he Is, the victim of a gross mistake and that 'the suit is for the purpose of extorting money from him. There was a confer ence for a. settlement immediately aft er his arrest, but the musician refuse; to pay the amount demanded. Brazilian! Loot a Newspaper Office, RIO JANEIRO, Nov. 8. A large mob broke into and looted the offices of The Republican. Although the plan was generally known, the police were pow erless to prevent the attack. The Re publican had made itself . particularly obnoxious by its criticisms upon the government policy in connection with the recent campaign against the fanat ics and by Its attacks upon President Moraes and the minister of war, who was ratally stabbed during the disturb ance that followed the recent attempt upon president s lire. Students Engage in a Serious Fight. VIENNA, Nov. 8. While a number of stud aits and officers were lounging in a local coffee house a dlsDute am- which culminated in a serious affrav' Three of the students and a waiter were badly wounded. The police have begun a thorough Investigation into the causes of the difficulty. New Guardians of the Stall. WASHINGTON. Nov. 8.-The follow ing fourth class postmasters have been appointed: Pennsylvania r-hot k k " t. . . -1 - 1 1 j-1 v enitla. i 'l' Jones; Wiconisco, Michael Hensel. New York Freeman, Atwood Weeks. Mas sachusettsNorth Harwich, Miss Etta I Rogers. 'The worst cold I ever had in mv life was cured by Chamberlain's Cough remedy," writes W. H. Norton, of Sut ter Creek, Cal. "This cold left me with a cough and I was expectorating all the-time. The remedy cured me, and I want all of my friends wh All troubled with a cough or cold to use it, for it will do them pood." Sold bv Apothecaries Hall Co. Georee M Tdd 854 South Main street. ... Wants,, For Sale, To Rent. WANTED. WOMAN TO DO LIGHT housework. middle-f-Bod person pre ferred. Applr 37 i ulior street. WANTED. - A MAN TO BUN A TEA wagon. Call at Oatman fc i'inngan s cigar store between 7 ana s p.m. , T.OST. A GOLD WATCH WlTH INITIALS M. M. onen face, small chain fob. he twnun Walnutland Dover streets. l'indr will be rewarded by returning watch to 7 Walnut Street. "ClOBBENT A BLACKSMITH SHOP REAR - of the new theatre, entrance n.ast Maiu street: also urown street nine opportunity Inquire Johu Morarty, HIRED GIBL WANTED. AT 20 PRATT PLACE. "POR SALE CHEAP. LADIES BICYCLE. '97 Call rear m Hillside avenue. "POR SALE OB RENT. BAKERY. TWO stores and seven tenements on Chmles Street. Oanv tflrma. Ann v tn t '.hstv fin Ntarrn 28 Porter Street. , - .. T.OST A BLANKET BETWEEN HILLSIDE avenue and West, Main. Finder please return to x. n. LUiNJN i. . TTOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOB SALE at 88 Bank Street. "FRED MATTEL MERCHANT TAILOR ns removed to 26 tfrand street. Ladies' and Gent's clothing will be oleaned, dyed and mu you win oe sausnea. - - . ' S700 Buys a Farm of 87 acres, House of 5 rooms, twenty minutes walk-from depot, $250 secures it, investi- -gate. Tenements to rent. Money to loan at 5 and, 6 per cent. ' 3 ' U-AILTO As IRIIIDZj.AiT . 28 BANK ST. . .. Umbrellas and Parasols. t We sell exclusively our own make of the best goods, for least money in ihe city. Recovered and Repaired with the pest uioria bilk, while you wait. War ranted for good variety. Como aud see for yourself. t 217 Bank St. Open Ev'ngs until 9 :30. ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. THE OPENS TUESDAY EVENING, NOV 9, 'AT 8 P. M., AND CONTINUES TO THE 14th. $1,500 in Beautiful Presents. i , t Dancing each evening. Vattdeville performance each evenina and an'entiro change of programme. runday evening, Nov 14, Grand Sacred Concert by some of the best talent iu the state. H: - ,r ; ADMISSIOX 15c each person. ' Saturday's Baigains. THEY SHINE FOR ALL. We bel ieve in diving our customers the best Val ues on earth, and prODOse to do it. 500 AWs Overcoats, Well made, Well lined and Warranted all wool, sold last winter for $15 and $16.00, , . r . Saturday's Prices $8, $!0.00 and $l 2 00 ' 600 Men's Fini:.A:i Wool Suits, all colors and sizes, Worth $12.00 to $14.00, v " Saturday's Prices ; $6, $8 and $1 0,00. 700 Pairs of (vWs Fine All Wool Hair Line Gassimere Pants, Worth $3-50 and $4,007 Saturday's Prices "$2.00 and $2.50. Gome where you see the crowd. 'We Will have extra men tp Wait . on you. E.G. Kilduff & Co. Largest Boys' Clothiers in 'Connecticut, j 54 Bank Street Conlon Bros , flew Shopping Mart. BARGAINS IN Wrappers - AND- ; Teagowns FOR Tuesday I Wednesday Tuesday nnd " Wednesday We will sell Ladies' Simpson Gray Fancy Red and Blue Wrap pers, well made with fittted linings, . 65c Ladies' Flann elette Wrappers, in New est desirable colors, braid trimmed, separ ate fitted lining, worth $1.25, . . ,. - 85c Ladies' Heavy Fiannel- , ette w rappers, latest styles and colorings, separate fitted linings, , extra full skirt, were $1.75, $1.25 Ladies' fine cashmere finish Flannelette Wrappers in . polka dots, leaf designs and fancy tucked yokes. wortn $2.25, $1.75 Ladies' heavy swans-' down Teagowns in . v grey, blue and pink, Y trimmed with velvet ribbon, very hand- some, . $2.50 Ladies' - Bath Robes. made of imported German eiderdown, separate inside waists ' with heavy cord and tassel, , a ; bargain at , $7, $5.00 Anyone interested in this ine should buv - durine- those two davs. Tuesdav and Wednesday. Conlon Bros, New Shopping Mart. 142-144-146-148 SOUTH MAIN ST. (Opp ?covHI St.) Rer Entrance. 247 Bank dt. Opposite Waterbury National Back. 3Dr 3Do "Vr Guarantees U cure 6 very case of chronic disease which he consents to treat. The Doctor make3 a speciaity of treating all forms of chronic disease, all diseases of ..thy lungs, bronchial tubes, heart, stomach, jiver and kid neys, also all diseases cf the nervoua system, the blood, skiu and urinary or gans, together with female derange ments, etc. Dr De Ver's method of treatment is the most scientific known to modern medical science, and effect? cures where all others fall. Dr De Ver has had wonderful experience in the Dublin, London and Edinburgh hos pitals, as well as in India, Africa 'and America. Office and residence' 148 North Main street, "Waterbury. Conn. I OfHce hours, 10 a. ra. to 12 m 2 to 4 ana e to p. m. JOS A. JACKSON, Architect, LILLE Y BLOCK, WATERBURY, 117 West 124th Street, Ne' York. PLANS AND SUPERINTENDENCE Of all classes of buildings. Many years successful experience enables me to 6ecure for clients the best results with the least possible expenditure. J.H. MULVILLE, UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Elect sud White Bearses that are up to . date. KIGHT CALLS at 397 East Main. Telephone at store nnd houta. I'erronal attention nt all hour. HowCouliYoiiBeatll? Hams, Sugar Curcil, f Se'perlb Shoulders, . , ..,;.. Sugar Cured, r , ' - 7c per lb Pork Loins, . .? ; 1 8cperlb Chickens; '.o'? t Fresh Dressed , 10c-12c perlb Sirloin Steak, pi 12cperlt Shoulder Steak . 6c per lb Rump pieces,'1 ry 8c lOcppr lb Rib Beef, uup canned uoods Are all F,jes$i Packed and Solid.11 Corn, 3 cans for Tomatoes, per cauJ-Oo per can'lOe per per ca JOa Peas, 1 ax Beans, Green Beans, Creamery Butter, in prints, 18, 22, 23c,2&d' per pound And It is all rttfifc We are)headquarters for GOOD OOCCvi. nt low. prices: COME IN AND LOOK US OVER. Castle's - Mm . ... . - f , -i Corner So. Main and Uaio Stt. fl3T Jt'hone. Delivery fwvA3i Sign of Illuminated Cloak. Special Prices For Friday and. stj Fire Insurance. Life and Accident Insurance -placed - inin te best companies. . .. REAL ESTATE. , -- JAMES A, HYNE8, Room 9, Piatt's Block. East Main SU IF YOU WAMT . Tour horses shod go Cnnr ,i I V . ...... txTIHIVU' V V uuun, cuu xl jruu - . a. lit. r jva a.y OT r Til I i . -.! . i n rm - ' . J.t you want your horse stopped from to'.-V terfering, go to Quigley & Snow. it' you want your horse stopped forot- ?-. go to Quigley & Snow. If you waa jh4' your horso shod good, go to Quig97 tXV QUIGLEY & SNOW. V- WATERBURY. CONN. - , . . NO 25 Jefferson S. Strictly Fiesh Eggs, 17c a io;fcV Best Elrrin C:eamerv ; 1 Ai lbs for $1.U O Good Dairy Cutter, . , BOSTON BUTTER HOUCS, ' 1!V South Main Street. ' - ; j 1 1 ii i i i OLD COMPANY'S LEHIGH COAIi , EIRECT FROM THE MIKES. . "We have a large stock now oa hand and are delivering for winter uso.- 'Or der now before any further advance ia price. All kinds of Wood, drj and pre pared in any shape. ' You want it, giy us a- trial- ; - , , . v ' J CITY LUMBER and COAL CO. ' N. WJ GREENMAN, - . D3 BANK ST. ' " Yard' and Elevator near New Enc- " land' Depot. 3 3 fci 3 - i 1 - T1 -c .-V - A t 1 killad the pnakes. C" V