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NAUGATUCK NEWS
Democrats dominated Representatives.
,-" ..' : ' Last Night. -
purpose of nominating representatives
and justices of the peace was held in
the court room last evening. The
following men were nominated for the
respective offices: John Bird and
John M. Page, for representatives and
S. 1). Bingham. W. J. Neary, Herbert
Hard, George AV. Stevens and Aaron
French' for justices of the peace. The
meeting adjourned at 8:20
The writer was informed by good
authority last night that the old origi
nal Naugatueks is to be revived tot one
more performance. The boys claim
that the performance will be a cork
er. It is hoped if the boys do give a
performance that the public will pat
ronize them.
There was a fair attendance at St
Francis's fair last night. The stage
entertainment consisted of songs by
Miss Margaret Campbell and F. J. Pyt
lik and recitations by Miss Grace
Cross. The entertainment to-night
will consist of a doll drill by little
gins.
There was a large and enthusiastic
crowd waiting for the train last night
which was to carry Judge Brouson,
the democratic candidate for governor,
to Water-bury. The train was sup
posed to pass through here between
7:30 and 8 o'clock, but it did not arrive
until about 0:lo. There were quite a
number of men who wished to go to
AA'aterbury on this train, but they
could not. as the tram of thirteen cars
was then overcrowded. While wait
ing for the train. Oliver Gildorsleeve.
the democratic candidate for congress
from this district, had quite a time
with a number of the young men. tell
ing them stories and otherwise keep
ing the crowd in good humor. One of
the young men in the crowd introduced
his "chum to the candidate as the
Finallest voter in the town. The can
didate is a very jovial man. as was
shown last night by his cordial treat
ment of the young men. and especially
the little boys, of whom there was a
goodly number.
The Hibernians, at a meeting Sun
day afternoon, voted to attend the St
Francis's air. headed by the Rifles
and the drum corps.
Miss Margaret Fury, of Ansonia.
who has been visiting Miss May Bax
ter, at Johnson street, has returned
home.
Quite a number from here attend
ed the democratic rally in AA'aterbury
last night.
Martin Mnlahey. a young man who
resided at Mrs Ross's boarding house
on Church street, was taken to Wa
terbury yesterday afternoon, suffering
from typhoid fever.
A runaway on Water street yester
day caused quite a little ixcilement
while it lasted. The team belonged to
Walter Osborne and was being driven
by William Curtiss. It was stopped
before any damage was done.
George Ganoutte has returned from
a visit at his home iu Meriden.
Thomas Martin, who was sent home
from the Philippines wounded, and
who has since been confined in a hos
pital in San Francisco, is home for a
few days' visit.
John Maher. who was injured in a
foot ball game on Athletic field some
time ago. is able to be aSout again
with the aid of a cane. His many
friends will be pleased to learn that
,1otm is improving so rapidly.
Mrs -J. H- Jennings died at her
home on Oak street yesterday from
cancer.
The Naugatuck and Waterbury
nigh schools are playing a game of
foot ball on Athletic Held, this after
noon. Xaugatuck is confident of win
nine. The warden and burgesses will hold
a meeting to-night.
Miss Mary Ryan, of Hillside ave
nue, returned home yesterday from a
visit with friends in Norwich.
There was no session of the borough
court this morning.
IACE WORK FOR WOMEN.
Less Eaeonraviid In the United States
Til an In Any Other Enlight
ened Nation",
In all of the foremost countries at
the world, except the United State,
the manufacture of hand-lace is en
couraged as a source of social good,
and the ambition of the needlewomen
engaged upon it is stimulated by th
approbation and avowed patronage of
the rich, eays Ada Sterling in At
lantic. American women displa.
sharp acumen in selecting-the best ex-
1 C t . J : . . -.1,. .. 1 $ -r.av.lnn
. i frli tit-) ftt i r mirlllp mpn. and. added
j this- the regular duties, or tariff;
but the availability, not to say recess
sity, of transplanting this home Indus
try to this side of the water and hei
protecting it seems not to have oc
curred to them. Nevertheless, no na
tion needs more to provide an interest
ing and quieting occupation for its
workwomen than does this one. . .'
f Here is distinct and untrodden field
for the women whp are now devoting
themselves indeterminately to the so-
termed amelioration oi tne eocpjtjon pi
their sex, especially the poor among
them- Once the enterprise is thought
fully entered upon, it is not to be con
jectured that congress will refuse ad
mission to the qualified teachers whom
c . ..-niiLI Via ii uut'ii-w iii affront. r
.America fr a proper establishment of
the industry. Let a coterie of earnest,
moneyed women be formed in each
large city, obligated to support the
industry by purchasing and wearing
the lace locally produced, and another
five years would see this gentlest of all
strictly feminine occupations; in a
thriving condition. :v .;'.
: What's In a Name. -
' -Mc Jigger Old Mr. 'Graybeard is for
ever, talking about his boy. VYiihe.
u Tti.. ii (1 cAn T ennnnsf. -
i ii - rr
irlBguiabob No, his son. ;
"Inife.edf He's a very old man to have
a ,-finn ir'ifnn ' - J
"Hh WJLip Js nearly $0, six feel
one, 240 pounds and pid-hearfsd.''
Philadelphia Press. ' - '-',
Makes th food more
ROYAL MOTS
TT .
' WATEE.T0WU JOTTINGS V V '
, ' . ' V
Candidates Numerous 'Jovl Posttion,?.af
' . Representative. ?
The " candidates "for" representatives
are quite numerous, according to re
port. The nibst prominent on the .re
publican side are George Harper, Cur
tis Atwocd, John Hopkins, H. H. Bart,
lett and E. AA AV'heeler. while on the
democratic side the names -ot .Wallace
H. Atwood and Louis lleminway are
mentioned.
Miss Cutlin, who has been visiting
her sister. Mrs Clarinda Hotchkiss. has
gone to Litchfield for a few days.
Miss Catlin will spend the winter in
Wiusted.
Eggs are very scarce and are selling
for 35 cents per dozen.
J. D. McGowan attended the poul
try meeting in Waterbury last even
ing. The democratic caucus will be held
Friday evening. November 2, in the
selectmen's room of the town hall, In
stead of the court, as heretofore an
nounced. '!
The many friends of Michael Ilan
ning. who has been confined to his bed
with tvphoid fever for the past twelve
weeks, will be clad to learn that he is
able to be out around again.
The Hercules Athletic club defeated
a scrub team of town fellows yester
day afternoon by the score of t to 0.
Henry O'Neil has accepted a position
with Loucks. the blacksmith, in Wa
terbury. ,
A large number from here attended
the democratic demonstration In Wa
terbury last night.
An extra train was run from here
last night about 0:45 to meet the New
York train, which was not in at 9
o'clock.
The Taft team, will play the Hotch
kiss school team on Saturday next at
the fair grounds.
Harvey Warren, who broke his leg
playing football sometime ago, is im
proving rapidly.
Charles Warren lias gone to Boston
for a few days.
GLORIOUS NEWS
Comes from lr D. B. Carglle, of
Washita. I. T. He writes: "Four bot
tles of Electric Bitters have cured Mrs
Brewer of scrofula, which had caused
her great suffering from years. Terri
ble sores would break out on her hea 1
and face and the best doctors could
give no help: but her cure is complete
aud her health is excellent." This
shows what thousands have proved
that Electric Bitters is the best blood
purifier known. It's the supreme rem
edy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum ul
cers, boils and running sores. It stim
ulates liver, kidney and bowels, ex
pels poisons, helps digestion, builds
up the strength. Only 50 cents. Snl-1
by G. L. Dexter & Co, Druggist. Guar
anteed. OAKVILLE HAPPENINGS
A very pleasant party was given for
Miss Nellie Shaiiaha:i last evening.
Yesterday being her birthday her
friends thought It woulu 'be pleasant
to surprise her. She gave them a very
cordial welcome on their arrival at
her home, where everything had been
previously arranged with her parents.
She was the recipient of many gifts
as tokens of esteem, and the most val
uable was a handsome gold watch, a
gift from her brothers, and gold chain
from her sisters. Her friends ex
pressed their admiration for these ele
gant gifts in plowing terms. Games
were played, refreshments were served
and a general good time was had. by
all. They left for their home at a late
hour, having enjoyed a pleasant even
ing, long to be remembered.
Miss Clara Morey is gaining rapidly
and it is hoped will soon enjoy her
usual health.
Oscar Harris 1 very sick with ty
phoid fever.
John Bahrandt has opened a black
smith and repairing shop in the build
ing formerly occupied by William
Combes.
Goshen, 111.
Genesee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y.:
Dear Sirs: Some days since a pack
age of your GRAIN-O was left at my
olllce. I tspok it home and gave it a
trial, and I have to say I was very
much pleased with if, as a substitute
for coffee. We have always used tho
best Java and Mocha in 'cur fainily,
but I am free to say I like the
GRAIN-O as well as the best coffee I
ever diauk.
Respectfully yours,
A. C. JACKSON, M. D.
LI0NTH OF ANNIVERSARIES.
September Been Fall of Blonot-
puct Ecnti for the People
The month of September is full of
anniversaries of great interest to the
people of Malta. On September 8,
1565, the k'reat siege of llalta was
raised, when, the Turks being com
pletely repulsed, Eurcpo was saved
from the. common enemy. The third
or fourth Sunday of the Month is al
vays made a fete in henor of Roger
pf Normandy, who liberated the slan
ders from ths Esracccs in 1000. His
tory and the exigencies of an isolated
position have accustomed Malta to in
vasion. Of all the enemies that have
overrun the inland time after time one
horde only was dismissed once never
to return, says a London. paper. '
It was just 100 years ego cs the. 4th
pf pctobef that . -tha .garrison surr
rendered to the British after the fa
mous blockade, that lasted two. yaarg,
- Like Ireland, Malta has no vipers,
and lika tha green- isle, the (lower
of the world, as the Maltese call their
home, owes its immunity to its patron
saint. Malta is the island of St. Paul.
The inhabitants delijht in pointing
cut the spot where tha saint landed,
the grotto whera h was imprisoned
and ths exact plac where, shaking,
the viper from his hand into the lire,
he took no hurt.: -He then cursed all
connmnug animals out of the land..
delicious and wholesome
POWtrH CO., HEW YOHK.
i '.v 7-i ( - f ; ; - - '
ToUhe BdaVd of County. Commission
' ei$ for New Haven County: . ""
I thereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine aud cider, at
(jSa North Riverside street, town of
Waterbury. My : place of business is
not located within '200 feet in a direct
line of a church edifice or public school
house, or the premises pertaining
thereto, or any postofflce, public libra
ry or cemetery.
CHARLES BOLTH, Applicant.
Dated at Waterbury, this 6th day of
October, A. D. 1900.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law. of the
town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the
application of the above named fori
. T TT riM. rt o Tatav!l
such license: u . u. .luvwho.
Banb$-,EI. F. Carmod., M. D. Russell,
Gioyanfjl De fell. . '. : '
Dated at Waterbury, this 6th day of
Octover, A. D. 1000.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine aud eider, at 20
Scovill street, town of Waterbury.
My place of business is not located
within 200 feet in a direct line of a
church edifice or public school house,
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any postolliee, public library or ceme
tery. AMBROSE NARR. Applicant.
Dated at Waterbury, this 2nd day of
October. A. D. 1900.
We. the undersigned, electors an'd
taxpayers, as defined by law. of the
town of Waterbury. -hereby endorse the
application of the above named for
such license: John Warsinzer. M.
Bcrzine. Valentine Bohl. John Sachen
h.inser. .Toserih Fisle.
Dated at Waterbury, this 2nd day of
October, A. D. 1900.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for Now Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer. Rhinp wine and cider, at
41 Stone street, town cf Waterbury.
My place is not located with 200 feet
In a direct line of a church edifice or
public school house, or the premises
pertaining thereto, or any postofliee,
public library or cemetery.
WILLIAM DALY, Applicant.
Dated at Waterbury, this 5th day of
October, A. D. 1900. '
AVe, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of Waterbury, hereby endorse
the application of the above named
for such license: Hubert M. Rigney,
ra trick J. Kennedy, Florence Butler.
M. F. Cariuody. John Savers.
Dated at Waterbury, this 5th day of
October, A. D. 1900.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
laeer beer. Rhine wine and cider, at
8H!) Bank street, town of Waterbury.
My .place of business is not located
within 200 feet in a direet line of a
church edifice or public school house, or
the premises pertaining thereto, or any
nostotHce. public library or, cemetery.
THOMAS J. QUINLAN. Applicant.
Dated at Waterbury, this 4th day of
October. A. D. 1900.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of Waterbury. hereby endorse
the apnlication of the above named for
such license: O. P. Sachs. Charles
Bcyl in, Gus J. Strobel, John II. Lough
lin. Frank P. Butler.
Dated at Waterbury, this 4ll day of
October. A. D. 1900,
To the Board of Count y Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at
38 Union street, town of Waterbury.
My place of business is not located
within 200 feet in a direct line of a
church edifice or public school house,
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any postofflce, public library or ceme
tery. JAMES L. FITCH. Applicant.
Dated at Waterbury, this 5th (Jay of
October. A. D. 1900.
AVe, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of Waterbury, hereby .endorse
the apnlication of the above named for
such license: M. J. Donnelly, A. AV.
Castle. C. P. Sachs, AA'illiam Butler,
John itosey.
. Doted at Waterbury, this oth day of
October, A. D. 1900.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at
701 North Riverside street, town of
AA'aterbury. My place of business is
not located within 200 feet in a di
rect line bf a church edifice or public
school house, or the premises pertain
ing thereto, or any postofflce, public
library or cemetery.
JOHN STOKES, Applicant.
. Dater at( AA'aterbury, this 15th day
of1 October, A D, 1900. ;, , ... .: 4
. AA'e, , the,' undersigned, , electors and
taxpayers, as defined by lay, of tlie
town of AA'aterlmryj hereby endorse
the fipplicatiou of the abovu named for
such license: G. Shamiel. Jacob Sen
zlo. Eernhnrd Eiuk, M. F. garniody,,
3. H. Lougblin,
Dated at AVaterbury. this 15th day
cf October, A. D. 1900. ' '
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider,
at 3-18 Baldwin street, town of Water
bury. My place of business is not lo
cated within 200 feet in a direct line
of a "church 'edifice" or public school
house, . or, tlie ; premises pertaining
thereto, .'or any postofflce, public libra
ry or cemetery. ; f
i JOHN O'BRIEN. Applicant.',.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 4th day Ql!
October, A. V. 100t.
V. tug undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby ' endorse
the apnlication of the above named for
such license: John Fitzgerald- Mat
'tbew Shea. Maurice Carmody, Patrick
Kennedy. .Michael Dillon'. . j t
. Dated at AVaterbury, this 4th day of
October A. D. 1900. , ' ;,
LICENSES.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby npply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at
65 Bishop street, town of Waterbury.
My place of business is not located
within 200 feet in a direct line of a
church edifice or public school house,
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any postofflce, public library or ceme
tery. HENRY J. KENNAL'GH, Applicant.
Dated at Waterbury, this 2nd day of
October, A. D. 1900.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of Waterbury, hereby endorse
the application of the above named
for such license: William J. Rigney.
John Burns. John O'Brien, Walter B.
Launon, J. H. Loughlin.
Dated at Waterbury, this 2nd day of
October, A. D. 1900.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County: -I
hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at
179 AA'ashlngton avenue, town of AA'a
terbury. My place of business is not
located within 200 "feet in a direct line
of a church edifice or public school
house, or the premises pertaining
thereto, or any postofflce, public li
brary or cemetery.
JOHN CASEY, Applicant.
Dated at AVaterbury, this 5th day of
October. A. D. 1900
AA'e. the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, a a defined by law, of the
town of AA'aterbury. hereby endorse
the application of the above named
for such license: T. N. Thomas, AA'il
liam Riether. Joseph Bauby, Peter
Bauby. . GlovanI De Ferin.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 5th day
of October, A. D.,1900.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I . hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, a.le,
lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at
379 South Main street, town of AA'a
terbury. My place of business is not
located within 200 feet in a direct line
of a church edifice or public school
house, or the premises pertaining
thereto, or any postofflce, public li
brary or cemeterv.
JOHN ALLEN, Applicant.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 5th day
of October, A. D. 1900.
AA'e, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby eadorse the
application of the above named for
such license: Michael Y.alone, Wil
liam C. Moore. John .T. McCarthy, John
McCarthy. Charles Boylan.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 5th day
of October, A. D. 1900.
To tlie Board of County Commissioiir
ers for New Haven O-qunty-;
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, .Rhine wine and cider, at
J4 Pembertou street, town pf AA'aterr
bury. My place of business is not lo
cated within 200 feet iu n direct line
of a church edifice or public school
house, or the premises pertaining
thereto, or any postofflce, public libra
ry or cemetery.
PATRICK SH ANNAII AN, Applicant.
Dated at Waterbury, this 5th day of
October. A. D. 1900.
AA'e, the undersigned- electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law. of the
town of AA'aterbury,: hereby endorse the
ap'plication of the. above named for
such license: T. N. Thomas. Peter
Bauby. M. F. Carmody, M. p. Russell,
Robert AVtilUM-.
bated at AVaterbury, this 5th day of
October, A. D. 1900. .
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven Count y:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale.
lacer beer, mime wine ami ciuer, at
1 Rnldwin e1rot town nf AA'nter-
bury. My place of business is not lo
cated within 200 rcet in a direct line
of a church edifice or public school
house, or the premises pertaining
thereto, or any postofflce, publip li
brary or cemetery.
PATRICK J. COOGAN. Applicant.
Dated at AA'aterbury. this 4th day
of October. A. D. 1900.
AA'e, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby endorse
the application of the above named
fni- cir.1i licoTiso- S 1 Willinms.
James Ilayden. M. D. Russell, James
F. Tryor. I . J. Siavin.
Dated at AA aterbury, this 4th day of
October, A. D. 100(1.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby npply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine w.ine and cider, at
90 Meadow street, town of AA'aterbury.
My place of business is not located
within 200 feet in a direct Unu pi ft
church edifice or public schoolhuuse, or
the premises pertaining thereto, or any
postofflce, public library or cemetery.
JOHN MlKAMJU, Applicant.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 24th, day
of October, A, p. 19o;i.
AA'e, the undersigned, electors anq
taxpayers," as defined by law, of the
town pf AA'aterbury, hereby endorse.
the application pr tlie auov-e namea
for such license: O. Schniidt. Paul
Single, Bevuhard Eak, L- V, C'lU'iiiody,
J. Thomas.
Dated at Waterbury, this 24th day
of October, A. D. 1900.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at
3 Denny street, town of AA'aterbury.
My place of business is not located
within 200 feet in a direct linci o,f a,
church edifice or' public " scbopl house,
pr the premises pertaining; they-e.to, or
any. postofflce, public library, or- ceme
tery." - - - - ' - ' '" ' '
JPH J. JiELLY, Applicant.
Dated at AVaterbury, ihl.s 29i'd day
of O.p tobeiv A, B, 1000. : . '
AVe,1 the undersigned.' .electors and
taxpayers. a rdefiued by- law, of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby, endorse the
application of the above- named for
such license: Hetfry Doenv James A.
Doran, Michael H. Kelly, Aaltar siH,
Patrick II. Bully ' " -
Doted at AA'aterbury, this 23rd day
of- October, 4 P. 1900. - --. .
LICENSES.
To tho Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County: .. .
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous ana intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine aud cider, at
'6rz Meadow street, tu-.vn of AVater
bury. My place of business is not lo
cated within 200 feet in a direct line
of. a church edifice or public school
house,, or the premises pertaining
thereto, or any postofflce, public
library or cemetery.
LUKE STAPLETON, Applicant.
Dated at AVaterbury, this 3rd day of
October, A. D. 1900.
AVe, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law. of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby endorse the
application of the- above named for
such license: Dennis A. Mngraw.
John H. Loughlin, John Sachenhauser,
Thomas McMahon. F. C. Schlegel.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 3rd dav of
October, A. D. 1900.
To th Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven Coutyn:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating linuors. ale.
lager beer, Rhine wine and eider, at
is i nion street, town of AA'aterbury.
My place of, business Is not located
within 200 feet in a direct line of a
church edifice or miblic school house.
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any postothce public library or ceme
tery JAMES JOSEPH DUNN. Applicant.
Dated at AVaterbury, this 3rd dav of
October, A. 1). 1900. .
AA'e, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
tOWll Of AA'ntpl'hni'V lumi'iw onflnrin
the application of the above named for
such license: C. A. Sachs, J. H.
O'Donnell, C. F. Downey. William T.
Disley. John II. Loughlin.
Dated at AVaterbury. this 3rd day of
October, A. D. 1900.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County;
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale.
I lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at 39
AVoleott street, town of AA'aterbury.
My place of busfbesa is not located
within 200 feet in a direct line of a
church edifice or public schoolhouse, or
the premises pertaining thereto, or any
postofflce. public library or cemeterv.
TIMOTHY F. FLYNN, Applicant."
Dated at AA'aterbuYr, this 5th day
of October, A. D. 1900.
AA'e, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of AVaterbury. hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
such license: Hubert M. Rigney,
Thomas F. McMahon. John F. AA'haleu,
John J. McCarthy, Henry Ke'.luef,
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 5tU dav
pf October, A. D, 1900,
To the Hoard of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale.
lager beer, Rhine wine and elder, at
799 B;uik street, town of AVaterbury.
My place of business is not located
within 200 feet in a direct line of a
church edifice or public school house,
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any postofflce, public library or ceme
tery. AA. J. BYRON, AbfHeant.
Dated at AA'aterburv, this 3rd dav
of October, A. D. 1900.
AA'e, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, ef the
town of AA'aterbury-, hereby endorse the
application of the above named for
such license: James F. Cronan. Mi
chael McKeon, Daniel Cassidy, .4 hn
Cronan. Andrew Byron.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 3rd dav of
October, A. D. 1900.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale.
lager be-er, Rhine v,-ino and cider, at 19
Bishop street, town of AA'aterbury. My
place of business is not located with
in 200 feet in a direct line of a church
edifice or public school house, or the
premises pertaining thereto, or any
postolliee. public library or cemetery
AV1LLIAM MILLERICK. Applicant.'
Dated at AA'aterbury, this Oth dav of
October. A. I). 1900.
AA'e, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby endorse
the application of the above named ror
such license: T. II. Thomas. Peter
Bauby, M. F. Carmody. M. D Russell,
Giovaui De Tien -
Dated at AVaterbury, this Oth day of
October. A. D. 1900.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license ta sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale.
lager beer. Rhine wine and cider, at
170 South Leoiiiird street, town of AA'a
terbury. - My place of -business is not
located within 200 feet in a direct, line
of a church edifice or public school
house, or the premises pertaining
thereto, or any postofflce, public libra
ry or cemeterv.
PATRICK DUNN. Applicant.
Dated at Waterbury, ' this 3rd day
of October, A. D. 1900.
AA'e. the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby endorse
the application of the above named
for iiidh.s-licehsff: fiJiwiies if: McDon-1
pell, James Colwell. John AAT. AA'allis,
John II. Loughlin, Martin Camnion.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 3rd day
of October, A. D 1900.
To the Board tot County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
- I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
layer beer, Rhine wine and cider, at
930 Bank street, town of AA'aterbury.
My place of Jmslness Is located with
in 135 feet in a direct line of a church
edifice or publie school hduse, or the
premises pertaining, thereto, or, any
postofflce. public library or cemetery. -
. SARAH A. DUNPlIY, Applicant. '
Dated at' Waterbury, this 5th day
of OCtobeF, A. D... 1000, . :: ... :.
r .. AA'e, . .the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined ly law, of hc
town of AA'aterbury,' hereby" endorse
tha application of the above named fot
such license: Charles ".Boylan. E. .L
Finn. Chris Storbel. Patrick Dnnphy,
Charles Loefller. , i
Dated at AA'aterburv, this 5th clay
of October, A,- P, 19Q0.
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To theBoard of County Commlssion-
for New Haveii County: ..
I hereby, apply for a license to sell
spirituous ami Intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer,. Rhine wine and cider, at
213 South Main street, town of AA'ater
bury. My' place of business is not Id
eated within 200 feet In a direct line
of a church edifice or public school
house, or the premises pertaining there
to, or any postofflce, 'public library or
cemetery.. ,. -
J. K. & WILLIAM PASTERNAK.
Applicant.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this oth day of
October, A. D. 1900.
AA'e, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of "AA'aterbury, hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
such license: M. II. AA'aas, John Corr,
John H. Fruin, John McElligott, C.
G. Levin.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 5th clay of
October. A. D. 1900.
To the Board of County Commission
er for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine cjnd cider, at
293 Bank street, town of AVaterbury.
My plac of business is not located
within 200 feet in a direct line of a
church edifice or public school house, or
the premises pertaining thereto, or any
postofflce. public library or cemeterv.
J. K. & WILLIAM PASTERNAK.
Applicants.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 3th day of
October, A. D. 1900.
AVe, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby endorse the
application of the above named for
such license: Morris H. AA'aas. John
Corr. John II. Fruin, John McElligott.
C. G. Levin.
Dated at AA'aterbury. this 5th dav
of October. A. D. 15)00.
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and" intoxicating liquors, ale.
lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at
193 South Main street, town of AVater
bury. My place of business is not lo
cated within 200 feet iu a direct line
of a church edifice or public school
house, or tlie premises pertaining
thereto, or any postofflce, public libra
ry or cemetery.
K1CRON BROPHY. Applicant.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 4th dav of
October. A. D. 1900.
AA', the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law. of the
town of Waterbury. hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
such license: John Corr. John IT.
Loughlin, Thomas Fanton. Martin Ber
gln. Joseph Corr.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 4th dar of
October. A.' D. 1900.
To the Board of. County Cpmmissipn
ers for New Haven County:
I Uereby apply foi- a license to sell
spirituous aud intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at
108 and 172 South Main street, town
of AA'aterbury. My place of business
is not located within. 200 feet iu a y(.
rect line of a rhurci edifice or public
school Uouse, or the-premises pertaining-
thereto, or any postofflce, public li
brary or cemeterv.
THOMAS F. FAOAN. Applicant.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 5th day of
Octobev, A. D. 1900.
AW. the undersigned, electors) and
taxpayers, as defined "by law, of the
towii of AA'aterbury, heWby endorse the
application of the above named for
such license: Martin Bergln. John II.
Loughlin, Thomas Coulon, Martin
Byrnes. John J. Geraghty.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 5th day of
October, A. D. 1900.
To the Board, of County Commission
er for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer,..Rhnie wine aud cider, at
87 Scovllt street, town of AA'aterbury.
My place of business Is not located
within 200 feet in a direct line of a
church edifice or public school bouse,
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any postofflce. public library or ceme
tery. TIMOTHY O'ROT'RKE. Applicant.
Dated at AA'aterbury, this loth day
of October. A. D. 1000.
AA'e, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law. of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby endorse the
application of- the above named for
such license: John McElligott. Pat
rick Galvin. Michael Dilliou. .Tames H.
Alltnan. Joseph Dickson.
Dated at AA'af-erbm-v. this loth day
of October. A. D. 1900.
To the Board of County Commission
era for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer. Rhine wine and cider, nt
43S South Main street, town of water
bury. My plnce of business Is locat
ed within 175 feet in a direct line of
a church edifice or public school house,
or tlie premises pertaining thereto, or
any postofflce, public library or ceme
tery. DENNIS J. CROWLEY. .Applicant.
Dated at AA'aterburv, th ' 23rd day
of October, A. D. 1900. i
AA'e, the undersigned, electors and
taxpay -s. as defined by law, of the
town or AVaterbury, hereby endorse
such license: Bernard Coyle, Morti
mer Doran. Charles Boylaa, William
the application of the above named for
C. '-core. Thomas F. McMahon.
Dated at AA'nterbuvy. this 23rd day
of October. A. D. 1900. .
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby appty for a license to 'sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine v.-ine -nnd cider, at
S3 Baldwin street, town of Waterbury.
My place of ljnsiness is not located
within 200 feet in a direct line of a
church edifice cr public school house;
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any postofflce, public library or ceme
tery.. - -'' "-' ' '
DAVID SHEEHEY. Applicaij t. '
Dated at AA'aterbury, this 10th day of
October. A. D. 1900.
v" We. the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of Wnterbury.., hereby, endorse
the apnlicationi.of the above named for
such license: James Turley, M. r
Carmody, Florence Butler, Tatrick J.
Ktmirt ' Tom Ferris.
Dated at Waterbury, this 10th day
of October, A. Pj 3m. . 'ir.-.
'i.
To the Board of County Commission
ers ror .New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale,
lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at
840 Bank street, town of AA'aterburv.
My place of business is not located
within 200 feet in .1 direct Hna if n
church edifice or public school house.
i i ue premises pertaining thereto, or
any postolliee, public library or ceme
tery. . .
T F. RUSSELL. Applicant.'
Dated at AA'llterlmrr. ' 4-Viiu OQWl lorr
- - ......... . . 1 .1 II. I . . I. 1
of October, A. D. 1900. .
AAe. the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby endorse
the application of the Jlhnvf Tinmerl frti
such license: M. D. Russell, Mortimer
iJoran. Edward Kay, Chris Garrity,
Daniel Cassidy.
Dated at AVaterrn
of October, A. D. 190o".
To the Board of County Commission
ers for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale.
lager beer. Rhine wine and cider, at
459 AA'est Main street, town of Water
bury. My place of business is not lo
cated within'-yoo feet in a direct line
of a church edifice cr public school
house, or .the premises pertaining
thereto, or any postofflce, public libra
ry or cemeterv.
JOHN H. FRUIN. Applicant.;
Dated at AA'aterbury. this 23rd' day
of October, A D. 1900."
AA'e. the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law. of the
town of AA'aterbury, hereby endorse the
application of the above?" named for
such license: James J. Fruin. E. M.'
Chipman. Joseph McAuliffe, Christo- '
pher Garrity. S. nirsch
Dated at AA'aterburv, this 23rd dav
of October. A. D. 1900.
NOVEL CELEBRATION.
Farmer Oliver's V.eddlnc FolloiTeil
the Funeral Sermon for Flrt
1 Wife, Lately Deceased.
j James Oliver, a prosperous farmet
who lives near Kcnova, AA. A'a., wag -the
principal figure not locg ago in a
novel celebration that combined the
mourning ceremonies of a funeral and-,
the joyful festivities of a wedding.
Mrs. Oliver, a beautiful young worn--,
an, who had been one of the most .
popular girls in the county, died about
three months ago. She had been mar- '
ried but a year and her demise 'left
Mr. Oliver seemingly inconsolable
She was buried on the farm, and ar
rangements were race for the preach- -ing-
of tne funeral sermon at a sub- "
sequent date.
About six v;eeks after the death "oi -
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DROVE TO OLIVER'S HOME.
Mrs. Oliver, Miss Henrietta Cowpei
came into the community young,
graceful and charming. In a short
while, as the saying is, Oliver began
"taking notice," but no one suspected
his intentions were serious.
Finally the day came when the ser
mon was to be preached. The little
stone church was crowded. People
came for miles to hear the eloquent
tribute to the good woman that was
no more, and listened spellbound foi
an hour. Miss Cowper was there. So -was
Mr. Oliver. But the length of the
church was between them. The, im--
pressive sermon was at an end. The
congregation had begun to disperse,
making way for the -relatives, who, in .
deepe&t mourning, moveu toward the
door.
Suddenly everyone's attention wai
turned toward the pulpit. The min
ister was standing as though' in ex-
"pectancy, and while the waiting peo
ple watched Oliver arose and advanced
toward the chancel and stood ' in
waiting. In a moment he was joined
by Miss Cowper, who, approaching,"
placed her hand in his. Then all w&s
plain. No one now thought of leav-.
ing, and James Oliver and Henrietta
cowper were pronouncea one. .
The bride and bridegroom drove at
ones to Mr. Oliver's home, and far
into tne mgnt could De neara the ga.
voices of the young people who had
accompanied them. : . - "--,'-
ASCENT OF H0UNT ARARAT.
Ida Ararat mountains m Armenia
comprise two peaks situated seven
miles apart. They are known as Grea
and Little Ararat and are'respectiTely .
17.2CO and 14,220 feci above the plain.
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partially oelcag to three countries
Russia, Turkey and Persia. :' Tift,
mountains are covered cn the topa'
with perpetual snow, ice and glaciers.
The summit oi Great Ararat was
reached in 1820 by Prof. Parrot,' and
on September 2, 1C03, a member 01
the'. Russis.11 Geographical v scciety.
named Pcoygeapohl . ascended ' the
peak with a considerable party. - The
tifficultier. cf the aent ere '" very
great and his successful expedition
vill be welcome news in- geogra-phica'
circle s. Ascents are rare, having- been
made in 1S34.-1S13, 1S45.' 1S50 and 1$5G.
Littlt Ararat is even more difficult to
C.im, as its declivities are greater
and steeper, its form being almost
conical. It is believed to be the spot
vyhene the ark rested, but there is a
tradition that Mount judi, in south
ern Armenia, ws the spot. 'The moun
tain is of volcanic origin and. was in
eruption in 17S5, and in 1S40 there tvas
a vast discharge of sulphurous Tapers
from, its sides and a tremendous earth
quake shco-i the surrounding country
There is considerable literature d ,
voted to the mountain, ,.
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