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IWATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902.
"a i - A GLOOMY OUTLOOK: fSome. Anthracite Mines . Are Ruined by Long Idleness. OTHERS NEED EXTENDED REPAIRS., Hot Half of the Collieries In Shenan doah piatrtct In Shape to Open Now . Were the' Strike to Be Declared Off. ' SHENANDOAH, Pa., Aug. 7. Wil liam Stein, the state mine Inspector for the Shenandoah region, announces that five collieries under his jurisdic tion which have an estimated value of $1,500,000 have been rendered useless , by reason of having been flooded "and ' have been permanently abandoned by the companies owning them. Four of them Bear Rifn, East Bear Ridge, Ko-J hinor and Preston Noi 3 belong to the Philadelphia and .Reading Coal and. Iron . company, and he places their value at about $300,000 each. The oth er colliery - is the Lawrence and is owned by the Sheaf er estate of Potts ville and also represents about $300,- ooo. . y ' , - Mr. "Stein estimates that out of the thirty-sii, collieries in his district only .fourteen are in a condition for imme-' diate operation if the strike were end ed. The others are in such a condition that it would require anywhere from one to four ' months to clear them of water and make repairs. He said the average time .would be about; two months.: " :. v. , . :: ''; Ki J : ' i The abandonment of the five collier ies will compel 2,000 mine workers to geek employment in other parts of the region,; and they- may; have trouble in. finding it if the thousands of men who have left the region during the strike should return. This condition of af fairs, the mine inspector said, is a se rious matter not only with the compa nies, but also with the men. After the strike shall have been ended most of the iworkmen will have to remain in idle-, ness for another period of time until the collieries are placed J.n working ' condition. , , . ' '. .' . '"In' the coalfields south of here, Mr. ' Stein said, the situation Is about as bad.. But in the Wyoming and Lacka wanna region the mines are in much better condition. The mine inspector's statement created considerable inter- : est-here, as it confirmed the belief of some of the coal company officials that a full resumption of coal mining will not take place this year and in conse quence the tendency of coal prices will be upward rather than downward. The situation so. far as the peace of, the Shenandoah region was concerned remains unchanged. Two companies of infantry are still kept on guard du ty in the town, one at the Reading rail way station, Jn a foreign settlement,-: ' and the other at the Pennsylvania rail- road station close to another foreign J colony. ; ; - - Case Decided Aaraimt Miner. ;. CLARKSBURG, W. ,Va Aug. 7,T-! Judge Goff has decided the habeas corpus case against the miners, and agitators and remanded them to the custody of 'the marshal 'arid -sheriff, and they will be removed to Parkrs burg to serve the balance of their sen-,-tences under the injunction proceed ings. The decision is a great disap pointment to the miners, and their counsel say that.no other action can be taken. -..' . ' LAD RONES DEFEATED; - Slier Had Looted a Village on a Mil ltary Reservation, '.v H . MANILA, Aug. 7. A detachment of the .Thirteenth infantry engaged and. defeated a band of ladrones near Ma rivelez, Bataan province, Luzon, Mon-; day. : - ;;-- y' :::-' : ' : ';- ''-; -V The ladrones had . looted a village located on a military reservation, and the detachruent of the Thirteenth was dispatched against' them at the request of the people xand officials of the vil lage. The " ladrones opened on the sol diers from cover. The Americans re plied to this fire and quickly dispersed the Filipinos. .. : J From records, captured by men' of the Thirteenth it was learned that. the. - ladrones were members of the Katl punan society. The framework and organization of this branch of the Katl-" punan, extends through the provinces of Bataan, Bulacan," Rlzal and Cavlte. The movement, however, is not re garded seriously. It has no, leaders of promlnen.ee, and the men are without arms. The native constabulary, is op erating actively to destroy the organ ization, and, the police of Manila have arrested twenty persons suspected of', plotting' with the Katipunan. Numer ous arrests have also been made in ad joining provinces. General Chaffee will leave Manila next .Monday on board the United States army transport Ingalls. for his. final tour of the Philippine Islands. He purposes visiting the principal sta tions in the southern Islands, including Lake Lanao, in the Moro : countjcy . of Mindanao. : 3 f r' Train Wrecked by Torrenf,? - j FLORENCE, Colo., Aug. 7. A 'Rio Grande special; passenger- train from the east,, bound to California and car rying 300 tourists, " was ditched just east of Florence, near Swallows, yes terday. The wreck was caused by the train being struck by a wall of water eight feet high coming down Peck creek," caused by the heavy rains lu the mountains south of here. A' brake man saw the torrent when it was only, a short distance from the train. He rushed through the eight coaches and told the passengers on the two rear cars to hurry to the front of the train. Just as. the last tourist, left the rear coach the water struck the cars and, breaking the couplings, hurled them forty feet from the track. A sleeping car was thrown against the farmhouse' of J.'G. Roberts, occupied by himself, Ma wife and three children. The car formed a wall and turned the water from the house, thus saving the build ing from going Into the river and also the lives of its occupants. The Victorious Yaoatc , . NEWPORT, R.. I., Aug. 7. t Tl? schooner Elmina won the Astor cup in her class and the yawl Ailsa the cup for single, masted vessels in yester day's i races v The yachts sailed in a strong southeast wind, with no wind ward work, - , SUBURBAN MAUGATUGK HUGGETS Naugatuck jHorses In the Races at Beacon Valley Driving Park. Judge Hungerford presided over the borough court this morning and dealt out justice to several law. breakers brought before him, v ' Officer Malone found a native of sunny Italy lying on the sidewalk on South Main street lastnight and placed him under arrest The man was ' so full he could not stand and had to be carried to the police station. He was fined $5 and costs. ! ' , Another unfortunate who comes of a good family but who has la strong liking for liquor and who has been on a protracted spree was fined $5 1 and costs. ; v-V v ; : A Polander, who resides in Union City was "charged with assault and with using abusTve language on a Polish lady who resides in Union City. It was such a mixed up affair that Judge Hungerford continued the case -f or. thirty days. ." '; The v Swedish-Armenian Republican club will , meet this evening, i : William, the 9-months-old " son . of Mr ; and Mrs Patrick . O'Connor, died last night. The funeral will be held to-morrow ; afternoon. Interment In St James' cemetery. i ! : Howard II. Caldwell, state organi zer, of the Socialist party will de liver an open air lecture in the bor ough, to-morrow evening. , : In spite of the threatening weather; the : horse races- at the " Beacon Falls Driving park yesterday afternoon were well 'attended. In" the 13rst race which consisted of four heats, Jerry ; Maher's horse, Lottie M, was first; George Hill, owned by Irving Atwood, third. The - first ' heat was won by Trilby, while Lottie M ? captured the f last three. In the three-minute class J. J. Freeman's Billy -,F. won first; Lady Balfour, owned "by F Wilmot, second, and Wonder, owned by Thomas Elliot, third. 1 . . ' " - t 1 A case of scarlet f,ever has been re ported in the family of Charles Cur tin of 42 Anderson street. The . patient is Mr Curtis', 10 year old son. , ; , : Miss Agnes Reilley of Bridgeport is visiting her brother, Dr Walter A. Reilley of this place. . ; .; ; ( !; ; Miss Sybil Merriam of South Nor walk, who has been visiting Miss Elizabeth Dunmody for the past few weeks, retucned home to-day. " A hearing on the approval of the will of the late Rosa Walsh will be held to-morrow afternoon in the pro bate court' In ; . absence of Probate Judge Benton, Probate Judge Lowe of Waterbury will conduct'- the hearing. I. The Fire ' department5 and Walling ford teams will cross1 bats on Hotch kiss field Saturday , afternoon. INSULTED IN HAVANA Wife of HUliter gqnler 111 Treated - . t . by Cuban Policemen. . i .v HAVANA, , Aug.; 7.- Mrs. Sq'uiers, vvife' of the American minister, recent ly" drove from "her house in' Marianao In a hired carriage with a footman on the box to call upon the wife of k the French minister at the Hotel Ingla terra. ' When the carriage stopped at the hotel, the footman went in to an-, nounce the visitor. In the meanwhile first one policeman and then two more officers ordered" the driver of Mrs. -Squlers carriage to drive away from the position he occupied in front of the hotel.' , J i-.:.- When' the footman, who is also an Interpreter, .returned, he , told the po licemen that the occupant of the car riage was the' wife of ' the American minister. .The policemen shrugged their shoulders at this Information and insisted that, the carriage drive away. They also Ordered the footman to come down frora the box and get inside the carriage. A crowd then gathered, and Mrs.' SquierS left the, carriage. The above facts were communicated by Mr. Squiers to Diego Tamayo, sec retary of : government Mr. Squiers said ! that,'; whereas he respected mu nicipal ordinances, he thought the po licemen j who had interfered with his wife's servants should be punished, es pecially as after .they had been In formed that the carriage was. occupied by the wife of a foreign minister they had nevertheless insisted upon , their original order. , V , f 5 ' ;-: , The chief of police has called upon the American minister and explained to him that a municipal ordinance for bids two persons to ride upon the box of a hired carriage and that carriages are not allowed to stand in front of the sidewalk at the Hotel Inglaterra.' , ; The policemen in question have been suspended. They will be discharged, however, for behaving in the way they did to the wife of a foreign minister. : rtjrt&rbtSXX .SV?' ' 4 , ; - : 'c I ROBERTS AND KITCHENER City . of London Preient .Valuable f- Gifts to Vlctorloaa Leader, j LONDON, Aug. 7. The corporation of the city of London celebrated the conclusion of peace in" South Africa last night with a reception in the Guildhall tendered "jointly to Lord" Rpbdrts, commander in chief of . the forces, and Lord Kitchener. Both the guest, were presented with addresses commemorating their -distinguished war services and in the case of Lord Kitchener paying especial tribute to his conduct of the negotiations which led to the surrender of the Boers. The address to Lord Roberts was in closed in a golden jeweled casket, elab orately designed. At the request of Lord Kitchener a silver plate service was substituted for the gold casket in tended for him. ' ' Twenty-five hundred guests were present at the reception. .They ap plauded the distinguished soldiers, sur rounded them and shook them by the hands. , The notable assemblage pres ent included foreign coronation guests of the country, the colonial premiers, ministers, generals and high naval offi cials.; '- ' : ' Wanted Lively Trnnei , While Dying:, X ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 7. Sanjuel Pryor, noted bandmaster and father of Arthur, Pryor, the celebrated trombon ist, 'while dying at his . home" in this city summoned his band and ordered the leader to conduct a concert of live ly airs The band played under the iick man's jvindow, - - DEPARTMENT WATERTOWN JOTTINGS. Firemen Had" Pleasant Time Last - Evening at Their Sociable. ; Sam Barlow, while running last evening, had the misfortune to severe ly sprain, his ankle, making it impossi ble to move about without a cane. . ' The firemen's dance at the town hall last evening was well attended, every one present enjoying a good time. Cam's orchestra of Waterbury, rein forced by Lot Freeman of . this place, furnished excellent music, ; both vocaf and instrumental. . Guests were pres ent from Woodbury, Waterbury, Thoin aston, Oakville,-Bethlehem and several other places. Refreshments, consist ing of Ice cream and cake, were served in the banquet room. v . Leo Curley of Waterbury spent yes terday visiting friends In. town.. The heavy rain Which fell here last evening idid a great deal of" damage, washing out gutters. , '. '. " Alonzo , Seymour has , about four acres planted to. p"op corn which pre sents a very fine appearance and gives promise of a "beautiful harvest. A few years ago he began in a small way in putting it up for market in pound packages, which made a demand for his product as soon as it became known, until, now he can hardly keep pace with the growing business. Both the ! white . and yellow yarieties are grown and put up in paper boxes j of a similar color,. . - v A hearing is to be had to-morrow morning in the probate court at 9 o'clock on a $2,000 bill presented by Charles G. Root of Mllford for allow ance against the estate of Truman J. Smith. Attorney Root is counsel for Hlckox and Hon C. W. Gillette for Smith. OAKVILLE HAPPENINGS. People of Morningslde - Grateful for New Trolley Service. The trolley car which runs to Morn ingslde at the noon hour is a great ac commodation to those who go to their homes for dinner and they wish to thank the company or in some way show their appreciation of the kindness through this paper. They arrive at their homes seven . minutes sooner, which gives them ample . time to eat their, dinner and return to their differ ent places of business by 1 o'clock. Frank Dews of this place is in the Uniform rank, K. of P. He left here yesterday en route for San Francisco, Cal, to represent members of Speed well lodge. Two other delegates; from Waterbury accompanied him. He will remain four weeks and will visit differ ent parts of California. , .s? . ' John B. Keily, who left .here a short time ago, is now In New, Castle, Ind, with a dramatic company. ... 1 Miss Mary Kelly, who has been at her home in this village on a three weeks' vacation, has returned to New York. Miss Kelly. Isa trained nurse In one- of the hospitals. . ,' SHEEP-KILLING BEARS. 'Old bruin killed four sheep for M. J. Stevens of Eustls -recently, and in jured his pig, which was In a pen near the house, i Mr Stevens fired at and succeeded in woundlne bruin, but it got to the "woods and escaped. Allie Knapp and Ray Ricker watched near where a bear had dragged some of his nrev last Wednesday, and when old bruin returned for his , second meal J they Were ready for him. Two shots laid him out. He weighed about 250 pounds, but evidently is not - the one Mr Stevens saw, as that one was not so large and no bullet wounds can be found. That night and for, several nights a bear has been heard making his dismal cry down in the swamp near where this one was shot Far mlngton, Me, Chronicle. i ; ryf Arrested at Midnight. ',?'r NORTH ADAMS, Mass., Aug. 7. Just before 1 o'clock this ,morning ' a special officer from Washington" awoke Corporal Richard O'Brien at his home In this town to place him under arrest on the .charge of perjury in his testi mony before th$ senate committee last May regarding affairs in the Philft plnes. The arrest was made on , a' bench warrant from the supreme court of the District of Columbia. O'Brien testified about the water cure. : ; ' Railroad' Heavy Storm Lota. " v DENVER, Colo., Aug. 7. At cloud burst and heavy .rains have caused a l loss to the Rio Grande and Colorado Midland railroads estimated at $100,- 000. It may. exceed this amount Seven bridges are gone along the Rio Grande, arid many miles of track, has been washed away. On, the Colorado Mid land three bridges were destroyed, and :the track was .inundated or, washed out between Manitou and Cascade. Y Mi r ' 1 ' SJ ?:Jh? 11 . iMMUMmmmmmnmm 1 1 NATIONAL EDWARD IN LONDON. Return of the King Calls Out Immense Orowda JOURM MADE WITHOUT FATIGUE. Populace Surprised to See Hla Maj eity Looking So Well Even ' Better Than Uetore Hla ' tong Illne. ' ; LONDON, Aug. 7. King Edward nd Queen Alexandra arrived in Lon don late yesterday afternoon. y Victoria; station' was profusely deco rated with flags, .bunting, shields and heraldic devices. The only foreign col ors displayed in the "whole scheme of decoration were three large American flags rind shields, one being suspended Opposite the point at which, the royal carriage topped - - . ' . . ,The admiring comments of the crowd along the king's route from Victoria station to Buckingham palace : were mingled with' expressions of amaze me at the appearance of his majesty riding, in an open landau and much of the time bareheaded, he having re-1 moved his silk hat. The kin g kept con tinually bowing and Smiling in re sponse', to "the - cheers of the people. Fortunately there; was little rain dur ing the drive to the palace. - The long route via Grosvenor place and Hyde park corner and thence down Consti tution hill, was followed. ; :,: The king passed through a great sea of waving hats and handkerchiefs as he' drove up to the palace. He was apparently not fatigued by the excite ment of his reception. , ' ! ' ;Among the thousands of people who lined the-route from the railway sta tion, to the palace there-was a univer sal ; exclamation of "How well ; he' looks!" as the royal carriage passed through the streets. -The public was prepared to see a .man who ( had had a. good convalescence, but his majes ty's actual appearance ; really aston ished them. ; There is less flesh on the face,' and ' the skin is clear under a fresh tint of sunburn, while' the sug gestion of ' puffiness which had given te countenance an unsatisfactory col or for some time past has entirely van ished. ' ' . DEFEAT AT AQUA DULCE. . Flrat , New Conllrnied - Colombian Reyolutioniata In Hard Strait. , PANAMA, Aug. 7.w-A message has been received from Telegraph Inspect-, or Gomez at San ; Carlos confirming, the" news of the defeat at Agua Dulce ,of the revolutionary forces 'un(fer," Gen eral'; Herrera. V , ' ; Inspector Gomez says that two gov ernment soldiers of the Fifth battalion of Call who were prisoners of the revo lutionists have escaped and report that when - they left the enemy the latter had scarcely any ammunition for small 'arms and consequently could only fire their ; cannon, The,,, Liberal generals Bustamente and Sotomayor are report- "edto have "been killed.'. The escaped men said also that most of the revolutionists were being forced to -fight by their pffljbers and, that this was causing' numerous , desertions from their lines. -.. ' Rio Hacha Garrison Shelled. ,., COLON, Colombia; Aug. 7. A steam-j er which f has jus arrived here brings Dews that the newly' acquired Colom bian gunboat Cartagena appeared off ,the port of , Rio Hacha about.four days ago and requested ,the insurgents holdJ ing the town to surrender. 'On their refusal the Cartagena ' shelled the in- surgent garrison of :Rio Hacha, doing much damage. ' She- then' withdrew.' It is believed the, Cartagena will re turn shortly to Rio. Hacha with an ex pedition on board sufficiently large, to recapture and hold th town.' ." -:. DR. KING, DENTIST, Originator of Painless Dentistry. Ring Dental Co. )B2 Bank St.,Wat8rbufy, GOLD AND OTHEK MIXINGS AT REDUCED' BATES. Teeth Cleaned 50c- JOjearfceuarantee with all work. ,; Ilours, 8 to 8. ' Sundays, 10 to 2. , ,. g .. . . . ..... . .. S needa- Biscuit a ; , BISCUiT COMPANY. ANCIENT TORTURE How it has Been Revived in Modern Times. An ancient method of polsonine criminals was to force them to swal low quantities of bull's blood. Bull's blood is really ho poison at all. Yet the nrisoner usuallv . died In ai?nn v. caused by the-coagulation br harden ing of the bull's blood In the stom ach. .The pressure of this solid mass on the vital organs almost always re suited fatally. : ' 1 v That's like Indigestion. . If your rood aoesn't digest it remains in a hard; lump in the stomach. Gases form which crowd other organs. Many cases of supposed heart disease , are due to indigestion. : f This trouble Is removed by the use or such a preparation as Kodol Dvs pepsia Cure, wdich gives .the stomach pertect rest by digesting what you eat without the stomach's aid.. The food builds up the body. The rest restores the stomach to health. You don't have, to diet. ' . 4 'During the last few years my stom ach was-in- such condition that I couldn't retain'the food I ate," writes Henry r Williams of Boonville, Mo. "Two months ago Icommeneed taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, ' A few bottles have cured me entirely I can now eat and enjoy anything l want." ' Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Cures all Stomach Troubles. Prepared only by E. O. DeWitt & Co;. CbIcaffO. Thetl bottle contains 1Y times the 50c. size. ONE EIINUTE CflGgD CHPC Cures quickly.t That's what it's made for f OR SALE BY J. B. EBBS, 371 East Main St. . IF YOU WAT TO, MAKE Wedding Presents : - That are up-to- . r ' date call and see P. PolM h Co. 145 BANK STREET. - DON'T FORGET St. Joseph's, Ti A Society's 1 Annual Excursion I TO--! " ,:-yjJ,- . New York and Coney Island SATURDAY, AUGUST 9th. Via Naugatuck railroad, to New Ha ven and. iron steamboat Sirius. Boat stops at Thirty -first street, New York, going and coming. . Tickets round trip,, $1.50; children under '12 years, $1.00. Train "leaves at 6 a. m. sharp 8-2-G ' . - Hanover Park Has 1 been' ' greatly Improved this season.- The grounds ae-well adapted for excursions of all '.Is, having all kinds of amusement .ures, includ ing Merry-Go-Round. , .oats, Switch,- back Railway, Naotha Launch, Sum mer Theater, Baseball Grounds, Ex cellent Restaurant. SDeeJal attention given-to Sunday schools. : : ,For par ticulars address. ' MANAGER HANOVER PARK. Merlden, Conn. - , ;.- CHARLES F. MILLER, ' Carpenter and Builder, Estimates Cheerfully ... Furnished on Short Notice. BENEDICT STREET. V Next TRACY BR03 , , Telephone 148. --'.V ' :':'' -' Our S7.SO sets are the most lifelike and finest , fitting plates that dental science can procure. We ' have , the reputation of making the most natural looting, me nnesi ntting ana nest wearing teeth, so set ever lea ves.our office until the patron Is perfectly Batisfled as to fit and appearance. We give our per sonal guarantee FOB 10 YEARS with each set. LADY ATTENDANT. , tK fin TMa is the OdiUU onlr office in Waterbury where gold J crowns ana teetn witn out plates (undetect able from natural ones) are Inserted pete itlvely without pain. PAINLESS EXTRACTION mm (When pets are ordered.) .'. y Z3L 1 liriiilMM WHitiTiiT sT"".' VL2 11 n w. w m i w m v- GRANITE MONUMENTS ; REDTJCED PRICES on air'our - stock of Monuments and Tablets after August 10. si Hardwood . Mantels from $10.00 and upward. - ; -t - ; Chas. A. Jackson &Co. ' 272-274 BANK STREET. '''! FOREST PARK - . i ' . , - One Week, Commencing, Monday, Au " , ' gUSt 4. - ' . ' : i V Joseph J. Flynn Presents ' - THE BOSTON SPECIALTY Cth GEORGE "GORMAN, In a new mono- logue. ,','.'" .';-' i '!:-'"-"' ' ' THE RAMSEY SISTERS, dainty mus- leal experts. ... : ; i'- :" THE WILSON FAMILY, a quartet of clever, colored entertainers. ,; , ZELI A SIMPSON, a graceful arid dar- lng contortionist, ' . .' ; AND OTHERS. H TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY. Grand Fireworks Display Tuesday Evening, August 5. v i , , . . Band Concerts Friday Evening and Sunday Afternoon. 1 Belle view Lake. ' i. ; . - , ' . . '" ? An Ideal Place to Go for a Few , ' Hours. , Dancing Wednesday and Saturday Nights. Refreshments. . Popular Amusements RAILROAD TIME TABLE. HIGHLAND DIVISION. - ; v Trains reave Meadow street station for Boston, Hartford and way stations at 7:00 and 858 a. m.; 12:38, 3:30, 8:07 p. m. . y .', -v-N,; Trains arrive at Meadow street sta ti on from Boston, Hartford and way stations at 8:05. 11:40 a. m.; 1:45, 6!0 and 7:38 p. m. - Trains leave Meadow street station for New York, FIshkill Landing, Dan bury and i way stations at 8:13 a. .n,' and 1:50 and C:24 p. m. Trains arrive at Meadow street sta tion from New York, FIshkill Landing, Danbury and way stations at 8:36' a. m.t xs.ana o:v p. m. ' y, ; . , i t SUNDAY. TRAINS. Leave Meadow street station: at 8:30, 10:05 a. m.; 2:00, 5:05, 7:00 p.. m. Arrive at Meadow street station at 9;50, 11:30 a. m.; 4:50, 6:50, 8:50 p. m. NAUGATUCK DIVISION. A For New York 6:35. 8:12; 10:50 a. m.; 1;30, 2:44, 6:08, p. m.; Sunday, 7:05 a. m.: 5:lU p. m. , For Bridgeport 6:35, 8:12, 10:50 a. m.; 1:30, 2:44, 6:08 p. m.; Sunday, 7:05 a. m.; 5:10 p. m. . i . For New Haven (via Derby Junc tion) 6:35. 8:12. 10:50 a. m.; 1:30; 2:44. 6:08, 7:20 (mixed) p. m.; Sunday,' 7:05 a. m.: 5:10 p. m. ' For Ansonia 6:35, 8:12, 10:50 a. m.; 1:30, 2:44, 4:45, 6:08, 7:20 (mixed), p. m.: sunaay, ,7:uo a. m.; o:iu p. m. For Watertown 6:48, 8:41, 11:17 a. nr.; i:ai, 3:ao, a:uu, , 7:iu, s:50, 11:20 p. m.; Sunday, 9:55 a. m.; 8. -03 p. m."; -. ' : "V.. v":, ''. r r ' t : '-;' i For Thomaston. Torrlnsrton n nd Wln- sted 8:36, 11:12 a. m.; 3:50, 7:058:50 m.; Sunday, 9:48 a. m.; 7:58 p. m. MERIDEN BRANCH. : Tmlns leave Dublin' street station for Middletown and .way stations at 9:05 a. m., and 6:15 p. m. " f v . , For . Cheshire 7:00, 8:43, 11:10 a. m.; 1:50 ana 4:04 p. m.; Sunday, ?;50 a. m. and 5:50 p. m. 'v ;; Arrive from Cheshire 9:33 a. m.; :05, 3:20, 6:00, 7:45 p. m.; Sunday, :50 a.';m;; 8:50 p. m. 'S:v-.- ' ",,;:"V' Trains arrive at Dnblin Htrf tlon from Mlddleldwn and way stations at :du a. m.. ana si'ots p. rn. ; Best Dental Co. Only High Grade Dentistry it ; I 65 BANK STREET, For Sale at Half Price. ' Lot of 2nd Hand Lunch Counters, Cupboards, etc Good as New. The 1 Seeley & Upham Co , 48 SOUTH WILLOW STREET Wanted! ; 10 cords pf seasoned Hickory wood, at m SALVATION ARMY WOODYARD, 212 Meadow St. Telephone 405-5. CAPT B. A. RICHARDSON. Manager Why Not Look Neat ? You can do so bv havinu your clothed cleaned at the French Dye Works aud the coat is mere- ly nominal. , , . " ': Uvein?, Cjeanmi? and Kepatrme. For Ladies' und Gents' wear. The very cheap est place In the yity for nrst-ciasa worn. 1 72 East Main St., Waterbury. ? Ladles' Tailored Garments latest creations and newest designs In tailored suits and riding habits. Order your tailor-made suits of . i F. BUCK, 270 norm Main St., . New styles in making. New effects in finish. t nm hotter DfeDareti than ever to olease mv i....-.AMTinih3ihf AiiGtompr.Q. Vhn urn thaollta -f Waterbury and vicinity. . Tjie Broadway Stables Rear of Poll's Tbeateiv BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY) E. W. BRADLEY, Manager. N. W. REED, Proprietor. , 'Phone coaaectioa el I Horse Sboeing AND GENERAL Wag-on Repairing DONE IK FIRST CLASS SHiPE E.N.Blakeslee's 160 Meadow Street. OAKVILLE COi - MAKERS OV Wire and Metal Goods. P. O. Freight and Express. Address Oakville, , Conn. Telegraptt Addrt fA Waterbury. Cnn.. New York Otilcsv 8 Howard StreaL ' DO YOU WANT Any? teaming done? We have al! kinds of teams and careful drivers,, You -will soon want , grading done. If you do, see us about it. , II. L. WELTON. Elm Street, W&tervlUe. ? y Telepbone 217-4. - 1 ' EleGtric Supplies Wholesale and' Retail , : AH Kinds electric mm OTHER HEAVY WORK. New England Engineering Co. 843 WEST MAIN , STREET. The Waterbury Ice Corporation HYQEIA , Distilled Water Ice v NATURAL .. Spring. Water Ice. SERVICE ; The Very Best. Office and Yard, 37 Brook Stresf. , Tclepliona 531. Manure for Sale DON'T Have Your Furs and Clothes ' RUINED by moths when our cold storage rmj are at your disposal at suclTrenaouablo terms. A email, outlay will (secure ABSOLUTE PROTECTION from moths, fire and theft. Qaroienta stored 1" our cold, dust proof rconia on hangers and protected by cloth cov ers, are kept In perfect shape and can hp. withdrawn and worn at any ilro. mi f nra stored wita as are par&fnliv examined and deened by a practlca furrier before being placed in the cold rooms. 'Ask for a copy of the booklet entitled "Where Moths Are Not," de scribing owr system of storage and giy. Ing rates for same. Rememher, we cau ror ana aeuva; all garments stored with ua. Hygeia lea and Gold Storage Plant 1095-1131 BANK STREET. Telephone 202. R. E. MUN0ER. MYr. Bridgeport Steamboat Company 1 WILLIAM G. PAYNE . New Coastwisa Steamer, Leaves Bridgeport daily (except Sun day) at 7:45 a. m.I on arrival of early morning train from stations on Naug atuck division, due New York 11 a, m. Returning, leaves New York pier 31 E. R., 3:00 'p. m. and foot East 31st street 3:15 p. m., due Bridgeport 0:30 p. m. Saturdays, leaves New York one hour earlier. ' . , tSTEAMER ALLAN JOY Leaves Bridgeport daily (except Sat urdays) 12 , o'clock midnight, due New, York 4:00 8. m. Returning leaves New York 'pier 31 E. R. daily (except Sunday) at 11 a. m., due Bridgeport . 3:00 p. m. ' ; . . Sundays, steamer William Q. Payne leaves Bridgeport 9:00 a. m., due New York 12 o'clock noon. Returning, leaves New York 5 p. m., due Bridge port 8:30 iu. Pabst'sMilwaukee Lager . On Draught at WAHS, 150 South Main St. STEAKS, CHOPS, OYSTERS, Etc Everything first class at Hodson's Grill Room The Original ANHEUSER BU3CH BUDWEISER ' Now on Draught at T E. Guest's Cafe, 85 SOUTH MAIN STREET. 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