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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY DECEMBER 13, 1897,
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A Kingman, 154 and 166 Grand St. ; DO YOU WANT Something for Nothing Come to our store and we will explain to you a method where by you can obtaiu everything In the line of HOUSEHOLD Necessities i Luxuries Space Trill not allow us to men- ,ian our numerous articles so ', C call at our store r.nd see for '"'yourself. Ia the mean time osk your merchants for Trading Coupons. Ton are entitled to a ten cent Coupon with each and every ten cent purchase. NEW ENGLAND .TRADING GOUFON CO., f' '149 Bank Street. "1,000 LBS OF FRESH Pork, and Sperry & Barnes Sausage for sale Saturdav. Prire ir- o-a u Those 18c eggs are good and I have lots of them. Our butter is is good as ever, i-nce zzc ana zac. Our tea. and coffee 10 rer cent rheanpr than -.r, buy the same quality in this city. New iuu ui do raisins. . N. W. HEATER. IENMANSHIP. Prof. Hoi ley Taacues every pupil to write a fine, rapid, business hand in a course of Sixteen Private Lessons, and no fail ures, ah Kinas or pen -work executed in, me mgnesi aejrree or tne art. 167 Bank St. DENTISTRY Hake yourself a Christmas present Get a nice eet of Teeth. Best quality. Reduced now to S7.50. We still clean Children's Teeth for 23 Cents. (SATURDAY ONLY) Begular price on other days. Dr. J. W. Maliony, IDETsTTIST: Comer Bank and Grand Streets One of the Finest Plnces In "Waterbury to obtain your moneys wortli of Meats A'oultry, cpetabics, CaDnel Goods, Groceries and Provisions nt our complete store. Honest tioons !xiuare JDenliugs. Lo w Jl Tics. L. P. & A. M. GUILFOILE.1 PAK'AND EIVEE3IDE STKEET. Waterbury Democrat. TKHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. OXE COrY, lino Year. $5.00 Six Months 2,60 One Month AnVTORTISINO RA1ES. Pisploy advertising 76 cents per Inch, first insei-Hon; half price for each subsequent insertion. 1edue notioOH is to 26 cents h line. Schedule of rates for lonpr term ndver tisinK sunt on application. .Amusfment ad vertisements tl per inch, one timo; half prioe for each subsequent insertion. C.Maloney Editor and Proprietor. The first skirmish in the war on the civl service law was pulled off in the house last week, and it was lively while' it lasted. A conference of all members of the house who desire change in ths law is to be held, in or der to arrange for an organized at tack. President MeKinley's conciliatory lansuage in his message, where he re fers to Spain has caused a correspond ent to remark that if Spain isn't en tirely pleased with the situation at the Washington end of the line, she must be hard to please. It was a new thing for a p- esident of the United States to derate nearly half of his message to congress to an argument in favor of allowing a foreign nation more time in which to try to squeeze the life out of a people residing in sight of our coast, and the innovation was nauseous to many. A dose equally nauseous fol lowed, when Secretary Gage presented several columns of solid newspaper scatter, giving in detail the extraordi nary efforts of this country to aid Spain by suppressing filibustering. Senator Alien offered a resolution in the senate for the recognition of Cuban indepandence, but it is feared that the committee on foreign relations, to which it was referred, will pigeon-hole it- A week or two ago we had occasion to say that the Ansonia Sentinel, as guided by Editor J, M. Emerson, was all wool and a yard wide. When the editor of the Sentinel makes an error, and that Is not often, he is willing to correct it, if possible, and that is more than some editors not a thousand miles rom Waterbury are willing to do. On a recent occasion, two local editors not only libeled a gentleman, but when told they did bo, they failed to make the 'amende honorable," or to offer any 30rt of an apology, whatever. Herein they differ from the editor down the road, for when he made a mistake he corrected it in the following manner:. 'We owe an apology to the Rev Dr Joseph Anderson of Waterbury, and we are frank enough to say we made a mistake. It was an oversight, how ever, and the reverend gentleman knows enough about newapaper mak ing to understand that busy editors do not always have time to read every ser mon printed in the newspapers, not even when preached by so eloquent e minister as Dr Anderson. In a receni odltorial item we mentioned that the Catholic clergymen bad recently de nounced the boxing contests in Water bury, and aaked: 'Why do not the Protestant clergymen say a few words against them?' A Waterbury paper re plied that we ought to read Dr Ander- eon'a Thanksgiving sermon. We have done so now, hence the apology." CURRENT COMMENT. A wire trust Is the latest, and J. Pier- pent Morgan, who is an old hand ai wire pulling, is at the had of it. In one province of Cuba, Matanzas, ten thousand people have died, the most of them from starvation, in ten months. Still 'Mr McKinley tells con gress to keep its hands off. The gullible newspaper readers of the country will be saved untold mil lions of dollars by the decision of the postoffice department to deny such newspapers as print advertisements of lottery schemes, under the name of guessing or missing letter contests, the privilege of going through the mail at pound rates. . , . FATAL INFLUENCE OP ALCOHOL Taken unsuspectingly in nerve ton ics, has sent many a, person to a drunkard's grave. This can be avoid ed by the use of Cleveland's Celery Compound Tea, which is made ready by the simple addition of hot water. Ner vous prostration, nervous exhaustion, constipation, headache and indigestion are all cured by this wonderful remedy. Call on George M. Ladd, 854 South Main street and Cannon & Upham, 410 North Main street and get a trial package free. Largo Package 25c. Conl Miners to Confer. Pittsburg, Dec. 13. The coal miners and operators of the Pittsburg district issued a call to-day for a joint conven tion to be held next Monday. This con vention will agree upon a price for dig ging coal after Jan. 1. In a separate circular the miners' of ficials say It is their object to bring about an interstate Joint convention at Columbus, and they ask that delegates come to the convention with Instruc tions concerning all matters in dispute. The most Important of these is differ ential between the Pittsburg and Ohio districts, and an effort will be made to abolish It. After hearing some mends contin ually praising Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck of Anaheim. California, pur chased a bottle of it for his own use and ia now as enthusiastic over Us wonderful work as anyone can be. The 25 and 50 cent sues for sale by Apothe caries Hall Co, George M. Ladd, 854 South Main street. SPEAKER REED'S PLANS He Hopes to Make trie Present j. Session Brief. MAY GET THKOUGH APRIL 1 Appropriation Bills Ordered to lie nurnen 1 11 v u II II H rrienua Block ilie Speaker- Schemes The Civil-Service Fight. Washington, Dec. 13. It is given out upon the authority of members very close to Speaker Reed that all the ap propriation bills, save two the Sundry Civil and Deficiency bills will be put througrh the House'before the loth and possibly before the 1st of April. Tho chairmen of the several committees hr '. 'r.g charge of the annual appropria te .. bills besides the Committee on Ap priaUons have been notified by Speaker Reed to prepare and report their bills not later than Feb. 1. The Speaker is determined to beat the record of short sessions if possible, and as the House rules effectually choke off filibuster! nfj there is the best of reasons to believe that he will succeed in carrying out his policy so far as the House is concerned. There will, of course, be a sharp con test over the River and Harbor bill, and in spite of the Speaker's efforts the bill reported from the committee, of which Mr. Hooker, of New York, is chairman, will be loaded down in the Committee of the Whole and further increased in the Senate. The terms of several Senators expire with this Con gress, and they will, it Is believed, "pool their issues," and as usual se cure large increases for rivers and harbors in their respective States, most of yhich will disappear in conference, for the bill, as it reaches the Senate, will greatly exceed a prudent and proper limit. The extra session called by President Cleveland Aug. 7, 1893, did not adjourn until Nov. 3, while the second, or wnat is known as the regular or "long" ses sion, which commenced on Dec. 4, did not terminate until Aug. 28, 1894. Sev eral of the leading Senators have ex pressed the opinion that Congress will certainly remain In session a part of the Summer and that there is little likelihood of an adjournment before Aug. 1. The Senate, however, will de termine the time of adjournment, as it has nearly always done. If the opposition, which includes the Democrats, Populists and Silver Re publicans, shall decide to push the cur rency question forward and also to hold up two or three of the more im portant appropriation bills until a vote has been reached in the House on the Cuban question, then it is certain that Speaker Reed's policy of an early ad journment will come to grief. The Speaker is said to urge very earnestly the argument that an early adjourn ment means less appropriations as well as less trouble for the Administration, though it is given out that the Speaker will antagonize the President on the question of the annexation of Hawaii. ANNEXATION IN THE SENATE. Supporters of the 1)111 Will Consider It in Executive Session. Washington, Dec. 13. The supporters of Hawaiian annexation have definitely decided to consider the question in ex ecutive session of the Senate,, In order to do this it will be necessary for them to take up the annexation treaty rath er than a joint resolution providing for annexation. Some few of those who support Hawaii in this matter were at first inclined to believe that unless it became evident that the two-thirds vote necessary to secure the ratifica tion of the treaty was assured from the beginning it would be a waste of time to take the matter up at all upon the basis of the treaty, but they ap pear to have changed their minds, and to be at least disposed to defer to the opinions of the majority, who oppose this course. It is now stated on be half of the pro-annexationists that to abandon the treaty at the present time would create the impression that they had surrendered the fight entirely. The stanchest friends of annexation admit that it will be well nigh impossi ble to secure the two-thirds vote neces sary to ratify the treaty, but they con tend that they will come very near reaching the necessary .number. The House bill to prevent the free use of timber on the public lands for commercial purposes Is being consid ered by the House Committee on Pub lic Lands. The bill was passed by the House heretofore, but killed in the Sen ate. Mr. McRae, of Arkansas, the au thor of the bill, is confident of its pas sage in the House, and believes that the recent aggTessions on the Govern ment's timber in the Western States will tend to secure favorable action in (1 the Senate. ATTACK CIVIL SERVICE. Kepnblican CtfagreMmcn Devlsins Means to Alter the Present Law, Washington, Dec. 13. A meeting of Republican Representatives in Con gress was held Saturday night at the River and Harbor Committee rooms to devise means for securing a change in the present civil-service law. About sixty members were present, represent ing most of the States having Republi can delegations in Congress. It was noticeable, however, that Speaker Reed, Mr. Dingley and other leaders of the House did not attend. Representative Hepburn acted as chairman. The dis cussion took a wide range. The main speakers were Grosvenor, Connolly, Evans, Farls, Mahaney and Darr. It was determined to name a commit tee to "examine the bills pending be fore the Committee on Reform of the Civil Service and report to a subse quent meeting of this conference by bill or otherwise." Mr. Grosvenor is chairman of the committee. The advisability of attack ing the civil-service items in the Legis lative, Executive and Judicial Appro priation bill, which will come before the House this week, was discussed, but opinion was against that course. Representative Brosius, who Is chair man of the Committee on Reform of the Civil Service, said yesterday morn ing that the law would not be modified to any appreciable extent, and he doubted if any legislation would be en acted on the subject of civil service at this session. Other leaders, including Dingley, of Maine; Cannon, of Illinois, and Johnston, of Indiana, exnrosed the same opinion. ' P . BEST SET OF TEETH, Pine Gold Fillings, ?1 and up Teeth filled with Silver, 50c and 75c Teeth cleaned, 75c Teeth extracted, 25c Gas or Air administered, 25c We never wedge the teeth before filling. Teeth extractd without pain by the use of gas or Ryder's Vitalized Air. Crown and Pridse Work a specialty. RYDER'S DENTAL PARLORS. 138 BANK STREET. The only dentist by the name of RYDER in the city. POLO, NEW HAYEN YS WATERBURY WERNI SDAY, I EC. 15th. At Jacques' Auditorium. Game called at 0 p. in. Adn ission 25 cents; reserved seats 10 ceuts extra. AMERICAN SHIP SEARCHED. Examined nt rienfnrgon at Sugges tion of I'niteuL States Consul. Havana, Cuba, via Key West, Fla, Dec. 13. Reliable reports state that American citizens in Cienfuegos and that vicinity are indignant over the searching of the American steamer Santiago at that port by the police and civil guards. The indignation was heightened because the alleged search was made at the suggestion of Ameri can Consul McGarr. It is charged against Air. McGarr that he Informed the authorities that, in his judgment, a search would result in finding insurgent correspondence. As a matter of fact, the police discovered nothing suspicious. Since the capture of Caimanera by the insurgents, and the recapture of Guisa by the Spanish, there has been a lull in military operations in the East. Denial of Atrocities. The Spanish official report of appall ing atrocities committed by the insur gents in Guisa Is declared by members of the Junta to be a stupid falsifica tion. They point out that it is unrea sonable to suppose that women and children were burned alive when among the inhabitants there must have been the families of rebel soldiers, and the Spanish soldiers were spared and taken prisoners. The Palace officials say the story of atrocities is fully con firmed, but are unable to furnish any details. ' Spanish Paper Warlike. Madrid, Dec. 13. The Imparclal pub lishes a strong article in which It de clares Spain will not accept the right of President McKinley to Intervene in Cuba in case the war is prolonged, and demands that the Government adopt "the same energetic attitude towards the United States as Germany adopted towards Hayti, because President Me Kinley's message Is equivalent to ques tioning the right of Spain's sovereign ty in Cuba." Continuing, the Imparcial insists that Spain must prepare for all eventuali ties, and augment her navy "by or ganizing a subscription in which the whole nation from the Queen to the most humble subject should partici pate." District of Waterbury. ss. Probate Court Dec loth 18D7. Estate of Hunh Cronin. late of Waterburr. in said district. Upon tho app'ication of Daniol J. Mahany, administrator on siid estnte. praying' that an ordor be granted him to soil land belonging to said estate, situated in Watori urr. bound od north on Porter stieet, south on land now or formerly of Booth A- Welton. est on Dan iel ( reman, and west on Leonard street. For further reference see 'Waterbury Land liocoid. Vol 115. Pago bio. as per application on file moi e fully appears. OfiDKRED, That said application i.e. heard nnd determined at the l'rohate Office In Waterbury. in said district on tho lBth day of lee. 1897. at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be given of thependoncy of said application and the time and place of hear ing by publishing this order 3 times in some uowspapor huviDS a circulation in said district. Bobkbt A. Low. Judge DISTRICT of Waterbury. 68. Probata Court Dec loth. 1807. Jistatw of West and Haila. of Waterbury in said district, insolvent assigning debtors. The trustee represents the estate insolvent ami prays the appointment o Commissioners thereon. Ori'ered that commissioners to receive nnd examiuetho claims of tho creditors of stid estate be appointed at tho probate office in Watorburv on the. 17th day of Dec 1897 at 9 o'clock in tho forenoon; of which all persona In Interest will take notice. nd appear, if they see cause, and he heard 1 hereon. By order of the Court. . , A James J. Cassis. Clerk of Probate. DISTKIOT of Waterbury, BS. Trobate Court Deo loth 1897. , Estate of Daniel F. Webster, late of Water bury. in said district, defeased. Upon t lis upplioaiion of John T. Ivelloujr. administrator, praying that an allowance necessary for the 8 ti priori- of the wife and family ol the deceased, during the settlement of the estate, as per application on nlo rjoro. fully appears, it is Ordered Unit suid api liention ho heard and determined at tt'o Proliato Office, in said District, on the 2mh day of Dee. A. D. 1897 at 9 o'clock in tho forenoon, nnd that no! ice be given of tho pendency of .said application and the timo and place of hearing thereon, by publishing tho same 1 time in some uows paper having a circulation in siid district. Robert A. Lowo. Judge. DISTRICT OF WATKRBUBY. ss. Trobate Court. Dee nth. 1897. . ,,. , Estate of Dennis Mitchell, lata of Water bury. in said district deceased. .- Pursuant to an oWerof the probate court for said district, will be sold at public auc tion to the highest bidder, on tho isth day of Doc. A. D. 1897. at ti o'clock in tho afternoon (unless previously disposed of nt private sale.) the following real estate of said deceased, situated In the town of Water bury viz: .... , A certain piece of land, with a brick block and a building thereon standing, situated at the corner of Bank and l.c nard streets in said Waterbury: The lots and brick block and other buildings thereon standing, known as numbers had and 88S inclusive, ou Bank street Watorburv. Thedwelling house and lot num berKUreen street. Wnterbury: Tho dwel bouses number :H5 niul :i'.i inclusive. Summit j-ti-eet. WHte'burv:the interest of tho estate being an eijuity of redemption in each of lho said above described turcels of land. Sale to take place on tho i remises in said Waterbury. Terms made known nttiine of sale. Edward 1'. Cole. . Exccutoft THE NEW FRANKLIN. Do you know that a TYPEWRITER will save you time, make you money aud plense your correspondents V TOWER'S NEW FRANKLIN TYPE WRITER, price $75, is a first-class machine at a reasonable price. It is the simplest, lightest, easiest running:, fastest and most durable Type writer made. On the majority of other high-grade machines the carriage has to be lifted before the work can be seen. On the New Franklin the work is in sight from the time the first letter is written until the paper is removed. For illustrated catalogue and full particulars, write to CUTTER, TOWER COMPANY, Telephone 2423. Established 1S45. 12 A MILK ST, BOSTON, MASS. JACQUES OPERA HOUSE. One Week Beginning Monday, Decem ber 13th. Six Nights and Five Matinees. MISS JESSIE SAWTELLE Supported by Sawleiis Dramatic Co. AND IMPERIAL ORCHESTRA. Repertoire: Monday evening, Dec 13, "Maine and Georgia" Tuesday afternoon, "Around the World in 80 Days" Tuesday night, "Captain's Mate" Wednesday night, "Infatuation" Thursday night, "Around the World in 80 Days" Friday night, "True as Steel" Saturday night, "Streets of New York" Continuous perfomances by Brmani with novelty dances; Prof Sherman's educated Goats; George H. Fisher, character singer; Lizzie W. Wilson, dialect singer; H. E. McKee, artist, singer and dancer; George Dean Spaulding, bell ringer and harp solo ists, assisted by Frank Kent. Matinee pricea, 10c and 20c; evening prices, 10c, 20c, 30c. FOLI'S THEATRE. Wednesday, December 15th. Aud His Comic Opera Company, in the Most Successful Comic Opera Siucc "Erminie." "Half a King.'5 By Harry B. Smith and Ludwig Eng lander. Original Production Complete in every detail, as jut on in New York. POLI'S THEATRE. "3;ESATURDAY, DEC 18 Engagement Extraordinary cf Presenting his two most successful productions, "BsauBrummel" 1 "Dr Jekyllland Mr Hid)" . Matinee $1.00, 75c, 50c, 23c. 1 rices J Evening jj.ro, $1, 75c, 50c, 25c; ' Sale of seats Monday, Dec 13, 9.m. at the Wa'.erbury Drug Company. 4N0W IS THE TIfllEj To order your FJ.OWEKS for the opening of the new POI-I Theatre (.it is said that it will be a Full Dress affair) at The Post Office News Stand E. W. HALE, Prop. 48 NORTH MAIN STREET. Telephone 287-5. Orders for T. F. Emmy's Rubier Tired Hacks receive prompt attention. Smith, Priest & Co., CIGARS and TOBACCO, And all kinds of Smokers' Articles. Ill Bank Street. THE GREAT BREAD PRODUCER The following first-class frroces sell it. WATERBUPV CONN. M. J. Fogg, C. E. Torrance II. W. Fo'ote, N. W. Heater F. E. Case. W. C. Hall F. S. Douglass, ' W. Wilson W. N. Ladd, MacKeracher Bros W. Brickie, T. Kilmartin P. Thomas, M. Blanchette J. P. McCarthy, T. O'Rourke T. M. Cruess, E. J. Sullivan W. N. Vallee, I. Elbert M. Lalliere, O. Lafraniere O. F. Cardinal. D. J. Phelan Delanev& Condon, M. Gallagan Brooklyn Co-operative Co. NAUOATUCK, CONN. O. Ackerman, P. O'Connor J. O. Sullivan, 3. Donovan Naugatuck Co-Oo Co, E. J. Conwav M. Horn. UNION CITY, CONN. J. J. Linskey. WATBRTOWN, CONN. J. J. Keilty. TORRINGTON, CONN. D. K. Trask & Co. BOUTHFORD, CONN. V. Davis & Son. Price no more than the "just as good " AH first-class grocers sell it. THE F. C. BUSHNEL CO. , SQLE MILLERS' AGENTS, PEOPLE'S MARKET. Spring Lamb, Chicken, Veal, Mutton, Chicago Dressed Beef and Native Beef. The finest quality of Vege table. Always fresh. The "Old Reliable" Market is the largest in the city and keeps the largest stock to select from. S. BOHL, Proprietor, 64 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Ordess by telephone promptly attended to. HORSESHOEING AND GENERAL WAGON REPAIRING DONE IN FIRST-CLASS SHAPE AT R. N. BLAKESLEE'S, 160 MEADOW STREET. IF YOU WANT Tour horses shod go to Quigley ft Snow, and if you want "NEVER SLIP"shoes go to Quigley & Snow. If you want your horse stopped from In terfering, go to Quigley & Snow. If you want your horse stopped forcelng, go to Quigley & Snow. If you want your horse shod good, go to Quigley A Snow. QUIGLEY A SNOW, WATERBURY, CONN. No 25 Jefferson 3i. LAKE. STROBEL & CO. 1SK SEAMLESS WEDDING RINGS. SILVERWARE, CLOCKS And STATUARY. Inspectors of N. E. R. R. Watches. Fire Insurance. Life and Accident Insurance placed Inin te best companies. REAL ESTATE. JAMES A. HYNES, Room 9, Piatt's Block. East Main St A. C. NORTHROP & CO 27 to 29 Canal St, Waterbury. Manufacturers of FINE PAPER BOXES. DEALERS IN PAPER AND TWINE. v Chinese Methods of Laundryiog. A room 12x12 in which they eat, sleep and work. A pail of lukewarm water in which they wash socks, undercloth ing, shirts, etc. Lukewarm water helps and does not kill microbes. If you patronize Chinese and their filthy methods you cannot be clean. E. R. DAVIS & CO, 17 Canal St. I'M BSteUAs! Fxohisivoly our own make of the best mn teriM for the lenst. monpy in the city. RE COVERED and Repaired in first-class artistic manner. A large assortment of handsome Cnn and Walking Sticks of the latest stvle at the most, reasonable prices. We assure you to save morcv t.y huymgyonr Umbrellas and to Repair them at an BANK STREET. The Watrbiiry Ilmhr.lla Mnnufnctury. Umbrellas repaired and recovered while you wait. Open evenings until 0:20 p. m. Florida and the Winter Resorts of the South. TAKE Clyde Line, Only Direct Route to FLORIDA And Avoid Transfers. Steamers Finest in the Coastwise Service. Sailing Tri-Weeily. For descriptive matter or any informa tion call or address A. P. LANE, N. E. Agent, 201 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. T. G. EGER, T. M., S Bowliui Green, New York, PRESENTS Thousands of people these days are DUZZled With thfi niut!n.. -nri - ' .i livi 1 1 . TV UAL 10 the best thing to give for a present? Some present gifts that are of nn. ac tual value to the receiver; while other people present things, which if left to the recipients own choice, he wmiM rather prefer an article of necessity, one that would give him comfort and appearance. &ucn presents can be bought of us, in the line of Boys" Reefers, Overcoats, Children's Suits, Ladies' Jackets, Capes and Collarettes in any style and at any price. These are presents that are sensible; presents that will be appreciated, they axe dur able and useful and will make a lasting impression on the one who gets it; and furthermore our weekly payment sys tem is a great help to those who wish ta present these articles, but have no ready cash to pay for them. Let us tell you that our credit system is honorable, desirable and economical. By supply ing your wants on our credit system you have money enough left to buy a variety of other things. We conduct our business strictly confidential and appreciate your trade the same as cash trade. , . . . Credit Clothing Go 62 BANK STREET. Naugatuck Office in Hop&on's Block, LATEST STYLES WINTER CLOAKS FOR LADIES Now on Exhibition. Cloaks, Jackets and Skirts ia great variety, feadv made or made to order at short notice. 8gy""We charge no more for a garment cut and fitted than others charge tor ready made. Try us once and vou will come again and send your friends. New York Cloak Co U Weinsteln, M gr. 110 South Main Street j RELIABLE PIANOS J i EVERY TIME, j Cheap Planoa with fancy gingel oreaa cases as a i uie are aear as any price- and standard Pianos that have stood the test for years, such as the Decker, Mason & Hamlin, Muthushek & Co, Jacob Bros. Remember wre are fao t i y agents for these celebrated K a'ies. '. , We have some Second-Hand Pianos n such makes as Erne; son, Matho shek, Lindermann, Jacob Bros, Schu bal, Guildermesh and Kroeger, from $125 up. " Mandolins, Ouitars, Banjos, Strings, Cases, Music, 2Q per centieM than former price. Piano Tuning $2 this month. Every Piano must be sold regard less of cost, as we wish to make room for our Holiday line. This is a grand time to secure a, great bargain in a first-class Piano at the FORBES MUSIC HOUSE. Ccr Scovill and South Main Sts, Up one flight. . , DR P. T. KEELEY, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Graduate of Xew York College of Vet eiinary Surgeons and School of . Comparative Medicine. n Telephone call, 49-5. N Iesidence, 325 Bank street. Office and Hospital: . 3C9 East Main street, Rear Waterbury Furniture Co, Waterbury, Couu. FRANK MILLER & CO. COAL. 11 SOUTH MAIN STREET. . Building 45x100 oa Bank street; also Brick and rrame Building centrally located, 117 x 100, facing 3 streets. Ad dress T, A. B. "DEMOCRAT office. '