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4 'Haven't ooni
On Our Floor
For a China
Closet." :
Hdw many times we have heard, that
statement - To; meet that want we
have added a number of .: styles of
China Closets or Cabinets to hang on
' the wall. - Go nicely over a register.
radiator or couch. Makes a place for
a few choice pieces, or for a curio cab
inet Finish is just as good as the
larger onus, but they do not cost as
much. Will you look at them?
J. M. Burrall 2 Co
CO BANK ST.
Undertaking
NIGHT CALLS ANSWERED BY
P. E. Seymour, 1S4 Maple St. Phone.
IX M. Stewart, 101 Franklin St. Phone
Two Rooms In
Milford Building,
Center street, for office or building
purposes. Also,
One tenement, four rooms.
One tenement, five rooms.
All modern improvements.
J. W. Gaffney,
1G EAST MAIN' ST.
. . , . ANNOUNCEMENT . . .
Mr Joseph H, Mooney
Having recently returned from Italy,
.where he has been studying the art of
Biasing under
H Signer Carle Morotti,
Is prepared to take a limited num
ber of pupils at his new studio in the
New England Engineering Co's build
ing. J. H. Mulville,
m
UNDERTAKER, FTJNERAIi
DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER.
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Store, St Patrick's Block, 110 Broad
way. Telephone at store and residence.
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everything for the fireplace. Fifty
designs f hard wood Mantels In our
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1 ctclng Notices lie to iZo a lino.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1900.
Colonel Callahan's resignation seems
destined to kick up the biggest rumpus
that has yot visited the Connecticut
national Guard, and it is a well known
fact that its troubles have not been
few and far between. The e-pnernl
opinion seems to be that the colonel
wosn t treated with the respect and
leniency that twenty -eight years of ser
vice in the militia would seem to en
title him to.
There is considerable gossip in
Washington concerning the candidacy
for the senate, from Nebraska, of As
sistant Secretary Meiklejohn. He
spent the greater part of the cam
paign on the stump instead of in the
war department, and now he is likely
to spend more time in Nebraska than
in Washington, until the senators' are
elected, while his salary goes right
along. In addition to being allowed
to neglect his official duties, Mr Meikle
john wants the administration to back
his candidacy for the senate. If Mr
McKinley does that,' Nebraskans in
Washington say he will raise the big
gest sort of a row among republicans
of the state.
As a sample of the current drift of
the exports, says Henry Clews in his
weekly letter, the exports of cotton for
the month of October show an increase
of $32,000,000 over those of the same
month of 1S99: and to that must be
added the extraordinary shipments of
securities to Loudon and Germany
within the last two weeks. Such a
state of things may be expected to
soon develop a situation $hat will com
pel either a large return of securities,
or considerable European shipments of
gold, or large lendings by New York
to London and Berlin to bridge over
the emergency. It is perhaps not like
ly that New York will apply any press
ure to bring gold to this side the At
lantic. The time for the return of
money from the interior is close at
hand, and New York may be expected
to easily take care of the demand for
loans: and it would clearly serve the
purpose .of our banks to allow a con
siderable balance to remain on demand
in'Europe rather than to force settle
ments in gold, with the effect of pro
ducing a local redundancy of money
and thereby forcing down the rate of
interest. In any event, the situation,
present and prospective, may be ex
pected to favor ease in the New York
money market from this time forward
for six months; the boom therefore
is likely to be felt free to disport itself
rcr a considerable time without inter
position. And now there is talk of reorganiz
ing the republican party. Here is
what Senator' Peltigrew of South Da
kota has ; to. a&y,' .on -the subject: "I
predict the formation of a new party.
based onthepi;9te.ts.p.f..tlie outraged
people against republicanism jis taiia-1.1
by. ijark Ila'mia.. For -Xveeks I have
told the national committee -we were
defeated In Soutli Dakota, but thev
have kept claiming the state and I
have been working for political effect.
Of course. I will be in the new party.
WhVt It -will "be called Is of llttfe mo
ment. It may be "'social labor" or it
niay be the new democracy.. It will be
made up of persons .discontented with
the elements in politics, as a protest
against the existing conditions and the
present tendency of things. The
movement wiU grow. Rapidly, and I
believe will defeat the. republican par
ty in 1904. The Mark Hanna republi
canism menaces the republic. The
concentration of wealth will create an
influence soon to restrict the right of
suffrage until capitalists will say no
one is fit to take, part in the govern
ment wb? does not know enough to
make money. At first the limits will
Include a small majority, and thenthe
amount will be raised until there is
nominally ' a . Simon-pure illiteracy.
There will likely occur a -divorcement
of . the democratic and populist par-
UeS;bu4;:tUew.?pai;Q ;W 'the
popular-; one.. - sraniiot: ; 6ay - whether
AirMsryaTi wm atniiate. witn it r not."
;Kow that McKinley and. his admin
istration have been indorsed by Tthe
re-election of the party candidates for
another ".fotit ' year-theV njen 'at the
helm have begun to show their teeth.
Recent dispatches announce that it is
the intention of President McKinley
and Secretarr llay to employ all the
Influence thefedministration can bring
to bear on th4 senate in the Interest
of the Hay;Fauieef ate-treaty ir the
expectation tlja't Itwill.be.ratifie'd at
the earliest vPossIbieNn'ioment.' : The
treaty, says 'an exchange, bearing the
names - it; out -proBilyafciiwe ttujyv of.
is . ;-'4ure&J(n;; ndfl'eiit;Kf
inicyricAtripUf tt5tacticall
amounts to afit treason agains
the . rUnJted Stae.9,;4Let.us. seeFjh.af;
it is this man Johp pay surrenders .(gj
4hynertst of Thegay
4eiteJ convert iff $fcf-ebriyls $
1900, guaranteed the neutrality of any
canal tKfeft1PeiAfrcietr efin
'xiet'thewareri of the Atlantic and
Pacific, Jn other words,- Great Britain
or' any other European power under
the agreement, would be jin 0, position
to forbid the United States the use of
the Nicaragua canal In ,time of war
if the.. American government desired to
send;through this American waterway
an American fleet to protect our Pa
cific: coast' from a hostile attack. Mc
Kinley and Hay have agreed to the
proposition that this country shall
build and pay for th canal and that
when that is done it shall not be per
mitted to fortify it or exercise any
mart control over it than if it had not
spent a dollar on it Will an American
senata dara ratify such a treaty?
Hanna announces that It will. , The
man of the dollar mark believes that
the administration which he bosses is
strong enough to set America 14 opin
ion at deflnance in this as in other mat
ters. If two-thirds of the senate obey
the cracks of the Hanna whip the Hay
Pauncefote treaty will be ratified. Let
us hope for the sake of the country
that the United States senate has not
sunk so low as to become a party to
the act of treason embodied In the
Hay-Pauneefote treaty.
HEARD Ii; PASSING
Taxation will have to be increased,
instead of decreased, if several reefs
are not taken in various republican
schemes for congressional appropria
tions. .
New York asks that it bo excused
from whacking the cheap vice of the
dives while, it worships at the shrine
of the more exclusive vice of the horse
show.
New republican members of the
house will not get much pap, as it
seems to be generally understood that
the organization of the present house
will be practically continued in the
next.
The first uneensored cablegram from
Mauila says the Filipinos are -recruiting
for an active campaign, although
they know of Mr McKinley's re-election.
How do the republicans account
for this?
If the republicans put out that talk
about reducing the congressional repre
sentation of the south as a "feeler,"
they must be thoroughly convinced by
this time of the dangerous nature of
such an undertaking.
Lincoln's life-size portrait in the
white house fell, face down the other
day. Of course, the fall was an acci
dent, but if Lincoln were alive he
would find much going on that would
cause him to hide his face.
Alas, poor Charley Hoyt! lie died
at the top first, and the general end
came last night. Like Yorick. he was
a fellow of infinite jest and most ex
cellent fancy. Hartford Post.
The ways and means committee of
congress are beginning to figure on
how they can reduce the war taxes.
That they should be reduced in times
of peace seems to be self evident. In
their examination we trust they will
not overlook the check stamp tax.
That seems to be ripe for plucking.
New Britain Herald.
A St Petersburg dispatch says that
death at this time would be peculiarly
bitter to Emperor Nicholas, because he
is again hoping for the birth of a son
within a few months. It is an open
secret that the Czarevitch, Grand Duke
Michael, now about 22 years old, is not
a favorite cf the emperor, whose su
preme desire is to leave a son as heir
to the throne. Hartford Times.
BREATHING EXERCISES.
. If during the coming winter the ob
servant pedestrian should notice In
numerable excited people striding
through the streets with a stick across
their backs and between their elbows,
he must not jump at the conclusion
that London has suddenly lost it.-j
senses. For this form of exercise is
part of a treatment which Is now rap
idly becoming popular the cure for
asthmal bronchitis and all the other
pulmonary diseases which trouble and
distress dwellers in our foggy, smoke
laden cities. Heretofore the asthmatic
pt-rson has kept in doors as much as
possible, carefully shutting windows
and doors and keeping a roaring fire
blazing in the grate. - Now lie is bid
den to fling his windows open, and,
moreover, to keep In the open air as
much as possible.
But this is not all. He Is taught
that it is not so important what he
breathes as how he breathes. Breath
ing exercises, then, are part of the
cure, and here not only the sufferer
from bronchial catarrh is concerned,
but even the woman of fashion anxious
to maintain her good looks. For fif
teen minutes, twice a day-, women .of
fashion, asthmatic patients, and indeed
all the world, are bidden to stand out
of doors, preferably in the sunshine,
and. holding the chest up, to inhale
slowly through the nose and then as
quickly exhale. the breath through the
mouth. Of course, every one knows
that it Is through the nostrils he should
inhale, and it is auite probable that
many of humanity's Illnesses are due
to improper breathing, but at the sams
time it will be an almost. superhuman
feat to make mankind breathe through
the nostrils. London Globe. , ,
BEARS OF ST JOSEPH'S PARISH.
. Two bears were killed last -night at
2485 Notre. Dame street, by A. Sf Onge,
a butcher. The animals were former
ly owned by the. Rev Father Leclerc.
late cure -of St Joseph's rjarish. He had
taken care cf them for three years and
made pets of thorn. When the priest
died, however, the bears, unaccustomed
to strangers, were always in a cross
mood. Their appetites were almost In
satiable, and as the burden of feeding
them fell on the parish, a council of
the leaders was held, when It was de
cided to sell them. Mr St Onge was
the purchaser, and last night-he shot
them. Montreal Herald.
THE CALVES.
... Once there was a rich -farmer who
was never grateful for any blessings.
His pastor met him during a fine har
vest season and congratulated him on
the splendid weather.' '
"Oh.. I don', know about that," was
the sulky, relolnder. , . .
"Whv. man. look at the crops," ex-claimtl'ac'her-rei3rovInglyji4'ev-erything
has 'one splendidly all over
the country.;. . Why, what fault can you
findT-'V '"V ... . :!.
vf'Well.V-; growled 4b:' misanthrope,
ttrenwon't.-l no soiled bay ' tot the
calves. to--afc"-LouisviHej Times. - n
jt t-fc'if.i Jj !..-! t'.V: ' "'J.?. H': "''.;.'. ".i iii
ilfj-vtm wiint a iteani or 'back, .go to
FRESHMAN IIUNTINGt6n."
He Is the son of H.' E. Huntington,
who is managing the Paclfie railroads
left by Mollis P.'" Htiut-ingtom. and a
grandson - of ..SoldrW torotben. of Collls
P. He is heir to ihe Huntington mil
lions,. s, v
., He, is 24 yearsf Ttge:" yet'a fresh
man. For six years fie'has worked In
California as a sdi-veyor. ; . .. " ''
He went td'work aV a' boyr worked
up iby merit to chain -.boy and then
moved on. His advance was by hard,
consistent work. His father and grand'
father shared Collis P. Huntington's
views on college education. ; They felt
It a menace to a young nian. They
wanted a young man to pick his occu
pation and work tip. Xluntlnsrton did
that until he felt' the need of higher
study in his line. For that he came
to Harvard's scientific school, and has
buckled down to hard work.
He does not live in any of Harvard's
aristocratic halls Claverly, Beck,
Dunster, Randolph. Ware or anv build
ing where sons of millionaires live. He
says: .-
"Those men are inclined to waste
time. I am here for, work. That is
whv I am living in Walter Hastings
hall."
Hastings hall is the best dormitory
the college owns. It is comfortable
and home-like.' but not elaborate like
the above named. Here Huntington
lias settled down. He is used to hard
work, used to simple minded working
men and used to living comfortably,
but not luxuriously.
He has modeled his life along these
lines.
He boards at Randall hall, where all
of the poor men eat. This hall is run
on a plan so that a( .man. pays for
what he eats, and one can live for $2
a week.
Huntington lives liere, but on more
money, of course. '
It is a plain, simple place, where he
meets plain, working; practical men,
and he likes it.
His room has been furnished modest
ly. He purchased comfortable chairs,
useful desks and tables, and a good
bookcase. Then he ordered a hundred
books. He didn't order books as Har
vard men order them: nor pretty sets
in neat and costly bindings. He got
books on surveying, books he needs
and books he wants to read. And he
got books for lighter reading, of good
selection.
He is plain, democratic, and never
will be a "marked man." as most mil
lionaires are at Harvard among vis
itors seeking "the sights." Boston
Post. ! .--
. ... ,i i
A WITTY DUKE.
Although few kinder hearted men
have ever lived than the eighth Duke
of Beaufort, yet he detested anything
in the shape of snobbery or "pushing."
He would raise his hat to a charwom
an with the same politeness that he
would to a duchess.. but, a pattern cf
good manners himself, he had no tol
eration for bad ones in others. Wheth
er they were princes Or peasants.
At a "lawn meet." as it was called,
of the Badminton Fox hounds a pack
kept and paid for solely by the duke
himself there was, as usual, a large
assemblage of his grace's own partic
ular friends and members of the hunt.
The duke on this occasion gave a hunt
breakfast for those iie personally in
vited at Badminton. o:V. certain baker
not only rode to the meet on the lawn,
but coolly walked into the house and
took a seat at the breakfast table.'The
duke, kindly as he was. could not
stand such impudent conduct as this,
so,' rising from his seat, he said quiet
ly, "When we want the buns, Mr
Smith, we will send for you, thanks."
And the baker beat a hasty retreat.
Another bt the stories told of the
owner-of Badminton Is that on the oc
casion Of the French horse. Gladlateur
winning' the- Derby, the'idhke was
greariy dlsarAdintediiJt 3f allure of
! a horse of own; which was; framing
In the raoe-A vvery;rfprward french
man, who only knew his grace bj sjght.
pushed ...through therjiexowd itoward
where-he was standing-imd said, .taunt
ingly, "The. French have, avenged Wa
terloOi'dtike!": ),,,;.,?'. .v
The duke calmly; trfeedown at the
sneaker and replied;'Yos. st'Iam told
the French ran very'Ve Waterloo."
LIONS AS THEY REALLY ARE.
Lions . infest the whole of the. Beira
route to this day. Then years ago
wlfn the line wns beim? surveved for.
tiw.TT i-n-cviuii M-sirwliprp. The lisnnliier ana uianeys, ana to Durifv Hie
' Idea of these carnivals is that" they
are the king of beasts: that lions
prance
and lash their tails, step af ter ,
a lordly fashion, ar.d are both noble
looking and noble in their habits.
Never was there a greater mistake.
Those who have made their close ac
quaintanee and they are those who
pioneered for this : railroad say that
a lion far more often- creeps on his
stomach like a stalking cat than goes
on his hind legs like his heraldic coun
terfeit. -Until one jumps at you he
looks quite Insignificant. But when he
has made a spring-within a few yards
of your shoulder, he seems to-'fill the
heavens above and the earth beneath.
Again the roar of a lion is at first
(for he is the most deceptive animal)
not. unlike the sound . hoard In the
London Zoological gardens at feeding
time. It is something between a cougjbi
sounding soft and close besides you;
then as you listen, it s,wells,oh the air,
everywhere at once, and it is iuvnos
slble to locate it, : It travels for miles,
and Is a cry like nothing else in the
"wide 'arthly world,'"' as an Irishman
put .it. ........ '
The Smell of a lion is ajso "footie"
Tt isnp,w a. nobly. overiJpwering odor:
It is as the smell of hot dirty mice. It
is a scent once met with, never forgot
ten . ' . ' '
Lions such ns I have described prow
led around the nioueer camn when
ever it halted. Once' -when the pion
eers had lit a 'fire, some fat slices of
game were laid across it on a piece of
galvanized iron. - -A1 load "boose"
from a Kaffir roused one of the Eng
lishmen from sleep in time to see one
of these large cats quietly lioking up
the grease left in the improvised fry
ing nan. - The Kaffir was frightened;
the .lion -was much , more so.-" At the
human uproar he-slunk away with his
tail between his leffs jiist as nnv do
mestieanassy would, bave-doh If found
marauding. Contemporary Review.
, , THE PfTItie OFjCqGOAT
fa entteff ' Jiy sail fti spcptlci
vhose Stomach and Liveware .jon-ol
order. : "All-snob phonpw tJiftt ".tsi
KthgV J$w:.iHfes PUK jSBieYiwoiderf ul
Stomach " and Liver Remedy", gives a
splendid appetite sound digestion-ind
a regular bodUy liablt jthat Insures per.
feci health' and rfeffra energy. Soaijf
2Cjs at G, L. Dexter & Co'a drug .tottv,
. TVT
FOR - sfc'cbND' "TERM,' BEGINNING
MONDAY; NOV. 19, AT
THE RfMBAIUSGHOOL dFPSIC
"All branches of' Musie-taught sys
tematically and thoroughly. Care
Cuyy -Eraded courses-of Study. Spec
lal attention Is' called to the classe's for
children. In the Musical Kindergar
ten they are interested and advanced
each lesson in a wonderful way, and
in the Deportment and Dancing Class
es they are taught to carry themselves
with an ease and "grace which makes
life a pleasure to them. Parents are
requested to visit these classes. All
who are interested in the study of the
Violin, r Mandolin, Banjo and Guitar
should remember that the teachers in
these denartments are thoroughly ex
perienced musicians and fine teachers.
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We have a full line of Women's
Warm Footwear. Prices from 50c to
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Ask to see our Special Shoe for
Women $1.50; worth S2. It's 50e in
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DR R. C. JONES;
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Residence, 25 Johnson Street, Water
bury Conn. Office. City Lumber
& Coal Co. 03 Bank St. Telephone.
THE FIRST VIOLIN.
The violin is said to be the modern
form of the viola da braccio, a small
viol supported on the arm. The violin
made its appearance first about the
year lo50 in the north of Italv It dif
fered from the true viol in having the
back as well as the front arched, in
the number of strings and in various
technical points. Earlier than the viol
were the troubadour's instruments
small bowed instruments known vari
ously as geiges, crowds, rebecks and
fields. They were rested pn .the shoul
der and played with deeply curved
bows and were much smaller than the
modern violin.
Originally they were so small that
they produced only shrill notes fit to
accompany boys' voices; to get deeper
notes for men's voices larger instru
ments were used, and from them came
the Viols, and from the viols the violin
was refined. The name fiddle, though
now used almost always contemptu
ously or humorously, is the proper Eng
lish name for the violin (Century dic
tionary, "fiddle".) The word comes
from the middle Latin vitula, a fiddle,
and it is found also in the Teutonic lan
guage in various forms.
NO RIGHT TO UGLINESS.
The woman who is lovely in face
orm and temper will always have
friends, but one who would be attrac
tive must keep her health. If she is
weak, sickly and all run down, she will
.be nervous and irritable. If she has
constipation or kidney trouble, her Im
pure blood will cause pimples, blotches
skin eruptions and a wretched complet
ion. Electric P.itters is the oest med
icine in the world to regulate stomach,
Wood. It gives strong nerves, bright
smoom, yeiveyy siun, ncn com-
i' "'- " wm maue a goou-moicing,
.ki ruling wuiiiuii ol a i:ui-uown inva
lid. Only 50 cents at G. L. Dexteh &
Co's Drug Store.
ENGLISH FACTS AND FANCIES.
London consumes 11 tons of salt
tiaily.
About 400,000,000 pounds of soap is
used in Great Britain yearly.
The most common narrie for a place in
England is' Newton, which occurs n-o
fewer than- 72 times. '
A mushroom gathered on Bisley Com
mon measured, 54 inches i& circumfer
ence nd stood. 11 inches in. height, its
.weight being -nearly four pcunds.
The Hebrew population of London
has more than doubled during the last
20 years. It is now estimated at be
tween 100,000 and 120,000.
The finest garfisn-hedges in England
are at Hall- Barn, in Buckinghamshire.
They are over 30 feet high, are immense
ly thick and are clipped so as to present
the smooth) Velvety appearance pe
culiar to the finest yew and-box hsdges.
THE RAILWAY WORLD.
The survey of the proposed railorad
from the western coast of .the Congo
Free State to Lake Tanganyika, where
it will form a junction with C cil
Rhodes' Cape to Cairo line, began in
July., .a year ago. It is estimated., that
the road wil be 930 miles long and
cost $40,000,000. -.
An express train speeding toward
Williamsport, Pa., struck a huge bowl
der while going 50 miles an hour about
two o'clock in the morning. A slower or
lighter train-would probably have been
- -rkedriutaa it-iad.bee
loosened by recent rains and bad rollid
opto thergUs. -j
3H?r , plSdtees&v;C!opea-
itrad:,bMween&t px'ritt Malrnjp.
tThe vessel is built d'i'isieelJit&kC is n
Eice-ealaTwhe -may be able, la
I force her way through tb,e heavy atjd
bUtick leerfltt4t&4:fcctf t&bannfels;
covered durintr the winter. . J
Boston Shoe Store,
" " f p - . W M K
y i.-jAl S'-'i.i f.VjClVCil.i; ..
! ,r Thf Garden of feden was stitried.4nian.:was naked, and the' temperature
i i"3t'fied hlm.r. Later on; Egypt and rndia were the home of a clviliza-"
' tlu(n 'hlcb was the bestof its' Kind. The sun was hot over these" en-.
4, clent people and they had no use for our mode of dressing; but, in
our day, we have old Sol and Jack Frost, who send out their advance
' agents warning us to prepare for their coming. No better prepara
? tion can you make than by get ting in one of our Overcoats and Suits
!. for men, boys and children, wh ich we sell on easy payments.
We have about five dozen Capes and Jackets, in all colors, made
in the newest shape, which we are selling at reduced prices. These
garments have recently arrived from the tailor's hands and are in
smooth and rough effects. Any lady contemplating buying a new
Jacket or Cape will save from $2
reasonable in price we sell it on
other goods.
f Credit Clothin
62 BANK
'M'M'j.:"'i4''j'.'iHi''5'
Extra!
5.000 Ladies. Men's and Children's
Umbrellas, fast black, steel rods, 24,
20. 28 inches, at 30c, for 3 days only.
Come and see our largest stock in the
state of a flue' line ot Trunks, Bags
and Umbrellas for the least money in
this town. Re-covering and repairing
with the best Gloria Silk from !."c up.
Guaranteed for best wear. Call to ex
amine our goods and prices before
buying elsewhere. Lock for the big
Corner Store, 179 Bank street,' corner
Grand.
WATERBURY UMBRELLA MFG- CO
Iver&Pond
PIANOS.
This is the proper time of the year
to purchase a piano. Our stock is the
largest and finest in the city. Prices
and terms are reasonable. Do not
make a purchase before calling on us.
THE DRICOS & SMITil 03
124-12S BANK STREET.
Pianos! Pianos! Pianos!
Before purchasing an instrument,
call and see our large assortment of
Fine Pianos.-' ... ......
WE OPERATE FOUR
Stores, and can give you the LOWEST
PRICES and BEST TERMS to be had
anvwhere.
M. SONNENBERG PIANO CO.
Agents for:
Weber,
Chickerlng,
Kranich' & Bacb.
Wheeloek,
SterliDg.
Huntington. '
175 Bank St, Waterbury, Cf
.A. W. SKINNER. Mgr.
People's Market,
Spring Lamb, Chicken, Veal, Mut-
ton. Chicago Dressed Beef nd Na-
tive Beef. The finest quality of
. Vegetables. Always fresh.
'
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
Is the largest in the city and keeps
the largest stock to select from.
S,. BOHL, Proprietor
G4 SOUTH MAIN STr
Telephone Orders Promptly Attended.
Order of Notice.
DISTRICT OF WATERBURY, PRO
BATE COURT. November 17, 1000.
ORDERED That the application of
John J. O'Neill, administrator, to com
promise a certain disputed and doubt
ful claim as appears by the application
on lite in' the Probate Court, be heard
and determined at said Probate Court
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Novem
ber ?i, 1900, and that potiee of tha pen
dency of the same and of the time and
place of hearing thereon be published
one time in the Waterbury Evening
Democrat before the date of said licar
iug. . ... '.'"
, . , ROBERT A. LOWE. '
.. .. - Judge." .'
Mrs iVS. A. Ogdett,
The Well-Known
, PSYCHIC AD PALMIST
For 'the past five years- located -at
Bridgeport is permanently, located At
227 North Main . street, Waterbuiy,
second floor. ..,
SCHLITZ MILWAUKEE JEER,
' OLD MUSTY alE.
'Phone . 230-5. , ';'
All brands of Wines, Whiskey, sealed
and in bulk, delivered free.
T. E. GUEST, 95 South Main St.
$i,ooo - Challenge - $1,000
HARVARD'. B EER.;. UNIONt MAD .
" 11 ' '' ' '' on draught at
JAMES litTSi'StHaiir Streal
Pianos
i, .,.,. -nn ' .'ft."?.'
'Exchahga Place Cafe;
SCHAEFER'S ' WEINER BEER 1
l; W.' HODSONf
u . .. "g "!.- .uu. ii.b. . . '...i?. i,i.ti.a
.ad 2Q EXCHANGE PLACB3ii
.,'...., f - - .-.
w-.v'-, , M. A K. . ... 7 7 7 7 !
: aw,' A I . 6
c
t
t
to $4 buying it of us. Besides being
the same easy credit terms as all our
STREET. . .
44.c-.v-.:.v.:-..:..v.v..a.jv.-.
We HI ave the
LATEST FALL
STYLES.
In Soft and Stiff
And HATS Purchased Here
Cleaned Free of-Charge.
Tickets For St. Joseph's T.
A. B. Fair October 3 1
Given With every
Hat.
Waterbury Hat Store,
35 E. MAIN ST.
Fall Styles.
HATS !
HATS !
HATS!
Now Ready.
We are now making a correct
copy of the
Fall Dunlap
Regular $3 Hat Our Price
Come and see us before put
chasing. Danbury Hat Co,
217-219 BANK STREET.
M N. B. Don't forget that when you
buy of. us you buy direct from the man
ufacturer. . Nuf ced.
SAVE HONEY ON
.Holiday Goods.
Only a Small Store
But a Big Stock
' WALTHAM AND ELGIN 1-1 KT.
GOLD WATCHES.
HIGH, GRADE SILVER WATCH
ES: '
GOLD , FILLED CAKES. 14 l4T.f
WARRANTED FOR 20 YEARS.
WEDDING RINGS, li KT.
DIAMOND, RUU1', EMERALD,
SAPPHIRE. OPAL RINGS,
LARGH, STOCK OF DIAMONDS
TO . SELECT F,EOM.
SOLID COLD CHAINS FOR LA
DIES ,A$t" GENTLEMEN A SPEC
IALTY.' 1 "
167 South .Main St.
OAKVILfcB CO
. '-.JJtAKERS. O-r ' " ' '
Wire and Aletai Goods."
Pi Oj1 I-eilit &ia -, Expressr. Address
.OaliViile,i Coam Telegraph : Address
:;xX')atburr.?Cona? New- York Ollice,
48 Howaa-d StsealU '-' .k-.- s-.rt o
When'
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