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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY AUGUST SO, 1902. iniGlosets Tlie most decorative piece of furniture; in the dining room is . the china closet, and we fire pleas to be able to inform you that jhe time has come -when H goocj one can be purebnsed very reasonably, ;: ',S::."Z M Some have plain tops jotters 'with mirrors oa top." Then there are thjosevthat have glass shelves mirrors in the back a re- fctws. Those with full swell i fronts seem to be especially admired. 7. ttBuirraU & Co; ..Cf BANk.STRESr, - " ' 6Trered ' by ' W, .. Seymour, 184 fcianle treet pHone; D. It. Stew art 101 Franklin street, phone. Just Received -l A Flo Lor of JSVw Style E:'j:& Evans and lyers & U;-U Cwe Gdoii , at. Uw price U Our . . . t Motto, ras $mrn co. - Cor. Sack ad Gran4 Street ' v7heeldcii;Sr Sterling ".- PIANOS, v ; LowjMlce fcn' , these pianos which are P9ted- f wr their diirsbUity a4 sweet tones, 4ereek'iuyv:v.. 'f! '''."PPRiRBNT:-,'' Two Disk Rooms, 2o4 fiogr, Tiettwy TierDey's Real Estate Office, l 167 BANK . . Residence, 459 East Main St 1 10 Broadway ." f ' ; Telephone &t stole arid res onro '1-.,- ''': ISHAM'S NegHgee'V Sbtrts JO Must Mre the ro&jga 0? faJJ pods; ?irfee Shirts now $125. Ail fl Negligee Shirts flow 79e- ' All sizes, 14 to 18-iueh collar. '.- I RUTTY, " 'u-' O. A Valentine's Tel W4, U Qmn4 st, iioetrio Supplies -Wholesale undtail TRIO WIRING : ; )TPEB BeATY WQVK, ; 7 west wak? gTPX-i PRNMANSHIPIWhouey Teacbes rrr i writ fiau rirt les:pj?j sd gp failur?3- AU. fcSii5f of peg frpfif us4 U tn 1C7 PANS JSTBEBT li HAVE 00 dozep )f ; gof t-SJiell prime Crabs which we will sell thi week for 60c dozn. Jiluefisb, gw6"filflsh, ; Harbx).r Blues, Sea Trout, Halibujt, J'osgies, Fresh Salmon, Lou g and Round Clams, Fultoa;-: Fish ; Market QOn VJNE AKO CJJERHV STs' TKiepbone 213-4. " ; Jf AKTJ2LS, " 4 INTEBIOJl MABPLB, PLUMBERS' STABS, . .. nil tLEO - "MONUMENTS, . tiuno, ; -::" : a ' AT - y 12-318 B ANK STREET, ; fhos F, Jackson ', " ."'". ; Sstablished! 1S59. : B?eningBemccvat THE DEMOCRAT PUBLtfSHINa COMPANY ' . . C. MAiONBr, Editor . !-:-' . MEMBER Ofr ASSOCIATED PRESS. , , SUBSCRIPTION RATES. i ' tJelirereii by C&rtlor. " ' ' ." APVERTISINO RATES. . Frcw 3neCent Wora to lj.WaBinclj. ? Readinf WpUeeji JiSo t c Wnf , ; '. 8&?n7iY$Att(i?&f ;35,' 1W2. U In ;f'.vanyt southern' fea tesV jUad . laws JiaiBaJpn, proprietors of cotton gins who ;faile(l.to burn;-oij; Oth erwise ;43styoy:'lcottort,s.;,: in J870. a process; f or. extp"ctin the1, oil had been discovered and - a product worth 14 ,Q0Q. was . realized. In 1900 the cotton seed of the United States yielded a return ;pf 42,411,Oo6 'I' New jevjzeyh ; whicli ajipears to be tbQ hot-bed i of " anarcby In . the United Btates, has severe laws on the'etatutes. The dth penalty Is prescribed for au attempt on ;tlie. life Qt ; tb&, president, anyone ; In the line of succession,- the ruler of , Buy" foreign rmifon, and the governor f or , ctinjaf; governor pf , the state., A tine or $z,uou ana fttteeu yw'isoiswnt 'sn prescribed for anyoiie -'ho;: incites others to .such a erJme' r: fncourages? hostility to', nil Tfxtr 'repaiittotts irtitpaV are1-1 bein made'for-Hhe5 ; entertainment ' of the Grand ; lipm y . pt ", the JSepnblic, wbicU will 'lipid .it grand e'ampment . in Wssbing.tGjj. Ju .Octpbir, - sre progress ing most satisfactorily. . Ail of 1 tlie es entialss i&'tlid comfort of the1 visitors! txave been provided for on an extensive scale and i the V committee has now turned t attention . to the amusement f its expected risitprs. . A, grand re gatta on the Potomac has been ar- ranged for apd there is now being dis jeu.sed su pbstot-le automobile race," to tak-e pjee on. Pennsylvauia avenue. A jftorsJ parade (Of fl.itipmobile& in which the wealthy .pwers will YU with each other in their attempts to beautify! by tbe Javish use of flowers their electric, Steam and. 'vapor carriages, j$ already m tne pj-pgrjam, v. Spacipua bklh have' been cured fpr t accpmnjodation; ot jtJXe Y&rloiis: ."eajaipnrfsl' which jwiil taUe -plaice- during 'the 'gaia week.'1 'X most interesting featm-e of the encamp- jnent win te the. .inarklafe-iof the :'yari jpus MsjtorXcjaJ.pots In WMhipgtpn,;in spm i,nsjtsin,?s .tM yeteranf wh.p ere- quartered hi' Wflshingtoh during "the ar Will' be , jreauiEed to oomnlete this ;-MrJc 'it is tiieh'ppe jof man "jeiti i en.s' Jbat wtytA. ail th.e hjstpri.e points MS determined'' upon they may be per manently marked for the use ot future ea.eratios.' - -" . - The question pf mii.Q'-minute auto fiapbiles s fhuB written up by & Vor respoadeut of the Engineering Maga zine; ''As i 'InrjariaMy the case Zip tjtiese-'important races, jthere' fvas ' f rent. disparity between tbe number of ears ectired for the' ruij from Paris to Vtefl.na. and j:be number pf actual start ers.: Of about 210 entries, 137 ears were 'seat off' 'frdhV Cuauipigny oa the mprning of , June 2(; of this number lsrwved iatvBelfprt, :) kUpmetretj fpm. TMfiK the end-;of the first day's run," and,' p'C these eigbtyrflye cars ar rived at' Vienna on. June 20. (CJousid- erjpg tlie s.eyei'ity pf tbe course and pf th,e rules reg'ulatin'if iieuunlng pf tbe mrs, . this result reflects the Jiibest credit on H pnnjeeted 7ifiU tbe con struction nd running f the earsl The average speed of the winning car is not yery hjgb abput fifty-eigbt "; kilp metres per .hpur.--but it must ;be re uiemb-ed that the ears are constantly losing time-' ,b-6f4ving dowu -Xor vil Jages aud topjpat jcont.rols;'iht tbe whoeof:;.lie route; tbrpuglv . Swjtjzer. land ' was neutralized, and tbat jail re--pajrs and replenishments we effected Jin the !. running time.Dn the first Stage, where; tbe1 rpA ' Were good and the rputejkiriy iivellnown; 11 de Knyff on bis pvepty: iiorse power Fau hard, tisiug alcohol fuel, tuaiutaiued ariaver. age speed 'of almost exactly 100' kilo-meri-es siytyt wp miles per bour, An achieYeip'eht peb .as this speaks for jtesi,L;V:;-':..('.; : ' : -Y A pplitieajparty must be fudged by what it does, not by what any nuni ber oi itsyjoters may; want done, 1but int g.et, dpne.rjp man of sensejqnjes tions for a piipute tbat tiie average re publican is a patriotic citizen. If a vote of the party could be taken to-morrow there js every 'f'e.ae.'O.n.' to believe, that a large "mxi joritjl ,wjQUlfl"-,be givpn in faVor o-ustice; to .yba, a revision of tbe tariff !60 - as tor depj-ire' mpnopolies of its shelter, and a' thorough goiug-en-fwement' at tjie-' Sherman ; auti-trpst Ja w ' But it bappeiis- tnat tue voters of the republican ' party no longer ghape. tpe policies .of. tlieir party. T.bat b-usiuess is takep ojjt pf their bands by the leaders who ppntrol legislation t Washington. These leaders and ibe preying plutocracy which commands them;; are jawye that .among-,- tbe re publican masses , there exist 'discon tent, restivepess and protest,- But eo long as the' republican masses will take fine" professions pf patriotic pm pose as an offset to eyil deeds, and ac icept vague platform promises of good peeds in the future uo matter whether the yecent pctua! party performances may be as discontented as tbe cboose, and .as ' restive and as protesting, yet they " wJlt ber no -.better off,, ". If you want a perpetuation of trust domina tion continue to vote the republican tick et, for the strength of the combined trusts which govern the United States to-day lies chiefly in the political par tisanship of the republican masses a partisanship made up of habit, sen timent and inherited and ' acquired fondness' for a party name, regardless pf what that party has really come to stand for. The president's recent utterances on the subject pf trusts have been the chief topic of conversation in Washing'; ton political circles during "the 'past week, and, as was to be expected, the views, expressed are widely divergent. The republicans are loud in their praise of, what they term .''the J. president's frank, manly 'statements;" .they de clare that he hag ' sTiowu himself a statesman rather than the politician. In-that he has fearlessly outlined his views, gome of them inimical to the interests of the capitalists, and has ap pealed to the American public for its judgment, - Some go even farther than the president in their assertions that he has- conceived the only , practical means of controlling the- trusts, the transfer pf authority over tbem from the various state to "the "federal' gov ernment, T.hs democrats', on the' other band belittle, the president's. stand and nd declare that he is trying t0..carry Water ou" both-shoulders. They say that bis scheme is .pot only 'a violation pf the d'oetrlne pf" state rights', but it pffers. a remedys li emey . it. prove, Which can' only be applied, after .years pf legislation and deliberation. Ther? is, they, say, no glovirer-process of cor recting an existiog evil tbap ijy a'con stitutiopal Amendment wnlcli would be essential to the carrying into, (effect ot Mr Roosevelt's idea,. As the campaign progresses,' however-, ii becemes more and 'more, apparent to the' leaders in Washington that tbe ! faU. electlonal Is; sues will be considered by. some, the majority of the voters ,are "too busy tp give them much thought and the per sonality of the congressional candi dates and tbe state platforms1 on wbicb gpvernors pppeal for election will do mpre to determine the ppllticai iepm plexion pf tbe next house Pf repre sentatives than the. tariff, the trusts, the Philippine question, or any other pational problem, ' . . , Jflng Melenek o Abyssinia- has is sued an edict Rgqiust the sale of. in toxicating, liquor in his domain. - An iuf ringemeut of the lay jvilV entail' the heaviest penalties. . It is estimated by. a. .British .econ Pi)st'tnat'tiie pntput pf gold frpto the, miue,s of the Trausvaal wH equal $50, im,WQ next year, that by 1004 it will amount to $12."),000,000, and by 100O will possibly aggregate $200,000,000. Mr Shaw, of the, Royal Society of JGfreat Britain, ascribes the London ogs tp 'the , pesefic-0 ip: the-'atipopberp pf uhconsumed partices'pf Tial given off Jr. sbiofce. ;-ile predicts rtUatthe; in-t-rease(l use pf elpqtFieity Will pyeotu ally respit in the disappearance pf the London fpg.,' . " rv.-. .. . , The-king and queen of -Roumsnia have conceived a povel'Sehepie;fpr the literary and moral education ot their subjects. : They pi building email the aters in many of -the minor tpisyns in whieh' the villagers will-be encouraged to perfprm pjays calculated -ta inocu late moral or religious, truths,- ;., A prpm jnent medlpal. journal de plores tha .freqnenpy with,' which 'smart but uncultivated: men" - succeed in , mislea4ing the-pubiie; witiivf spme bomlvistic farrago pf , pensees word with whteh-tbey soapnj a .kind of phantasmagoria 1 ppfmip'land ; freed froin, all the fewa pf Jpi'apji pommon sense', u a w -v, :-',..,r,'-- A-PhUft4eJphift layi Wfll 'larrie(J r.e-: ceutly after a pourtship-nf-twenty-one ypats, ,: When interviewed by fl" repor ter she paid that they had wanted to waif; until the grppm was in better financial circumstajwes, . but add4 "when people are young they will 'be romaptte and fooJJsh..i Of course our friends are angry because we married so suddenly, but we 'don't care. WIJAT TilE BURQLAR FACES. f .. 1.-. ..i!JJ " 11 '!'.'.'?, Irom .the AutobipgraphF. of, a Thief, in Prank- - Leslie's' Popular Mbntldy, 'A' jeweler WhP' 'was a weli-kilown fence Receiver of -stolen goods), put J ns "onto where we pouBa Ket thousands. Dal and I looked the' pldee over' and thought it' a bit risky, but'the"sjze of the graft attracted us'. .'We had to 'limb onto the front porch,' with an electric ljght. streaming 'figlif down on USV 1 had reached the "porchf; atid re moved my shoes, faised the'i window and had just, struck a HglU wlleft a re yolyer was .' pressed on 'm"'vheftd.Jj I knocked bis hand. ?ap quick ahd.'j'umped.' herd cry and then the Jjeatirig of a policeman's: stick on the sidewalk. I ran, with two men after me. and came to the gateway of a yard, where I saw .a. big bloodhound chained to 1l)is"ken pei.y lie growled savagely, but if -was nec-Jf pr nothing, so I parted his head jusjt as though 1 were not;-shaking with fear, slipped down .oh my( hands and Knees apd crept' Into the ; dpg-liouse. W.ben fny pursuers crime up,' the owner Of the house said: "K gin't , here. This dog would eat him up!" A few. minutes latter I left my friepd's , kennel. ; It was four o'clock in the morning and I had no shoes on and only 51.60 in my pocket, I sneak-., ed through the back window of the first house 1 saw, stplf a pair of shoes and $80. Then j took a car. Knowing that ..they, were looking 'for me.' 1 wanted to get rid of my hat. Oh the set with, me was a working man asleep,' 1 tpok his old soft hat and left my new derby by his side', and also took his-dinner pail. Then when I ipft the par I threw .away my collar and necktie, and reac-Jied JSTew . york dis guied as a working, man. ; For Infants and Chiidrenk Ffca Kind You Hays Always Bought Bears the Signature of Cfffc&, ' JJAUGATUCK HEWS ." ' : . : , f John J. Hall's funeral Largest field in This Town in Years, . The funeral of John J. : Hail took place yesterday morning and the large attenda nee testified to th , esteem in which the ; decease1 was held. There were delegations present, fro in several fraternal organizations, many , being present from other towns. At the head of the line marched the Nauga tuck drum corps with muffled drums beating a: funeral . dirge, r and directly behind the corps came the 17 flowe bearers, -carrying in their hands the beautiful floral tributes. Following the flower bearers were 4be honorary and active xnembers of the NaugatucU fire department, the former in civilian drees -'And. the latter hi -full uniform, Behljid the. firemen were.the members of Court: Unity, V. ot 'A.', - and- they were followed by th. mebers pf Ojeda council, K,t ot P., Pivision No 1, A. O, II., and ne'arly 20' of ;the local:liquot dealers. ( .' .Next came five hacks con taining representatives of fraternal or ganizations. The first'twp contained the officers of Queen of the ;Forest circle, O. o. P, In thev third were, four mem bers of. tbe .Waterbury lodge pf Elks, the fourth was occupied by. a delega tion from the Salem Social club and the fifth contained four representatives ot the Rpbert Emmet club, , The hearse, and the jmpurners and friends in hacks and carriages followed, the societies. At St Francis' church a requiem high mass was celebrated by the Rev Fath er Fanning, and 'at the offertory the solo, "Ave Maria," was sweetly sung by Miss Frances' Higgius, After the mass the quartet rendered "Rest, Spir it, Rest," and "Nearer, My God, to Thee," The flpral emblems were beau tiful and were is ' follows: Pillow, Naugatuck-fire department; lyre, liq uor dealers; pillow, Thomastou 'flre men; hsrpA. O, pillow. Robert Emmet club; floral clock, t). P. o. E. No 205 of Waterbury; mound and dove, Wiiliain Kevtl mound, W. D. Richard son; basket of cut fipwers. Mr and Mrs Jpseph Ilali; Pillow. Salem Social club; flat piece, .George Ooodin; flat piece, Lottie Weaving; harp,' Lizzie Reillv; crescent, Cal O'Brien; bunch of cut fipwers, Catherine Campbell; bunch of cut , flowers, Mrs Ipoj-sret fJoodin ; pjl iow, C O.- J?,; flat piece, M. J, O'Con npllr pilipw With words. "Bench Mold ers' Rammers," Mr and Mrs p. J. Con dpu; "Faith, Hope and Charity' Ojeda ppijncil; mound, Maggie Whelan; hunch ef cut flowers, May Reilir; cut flowers, Loretta and Bessie Kennedy; cut flow ers, Alice (loodin; cut flowers, Mamie Conway, (godchild); cut flowers, M and Mrs Michael .A-sh;: pillow, Court Unity, F, 9l A,; pillow, Naugatuck drut pprps; wreath, a friend; cut flow ers, -Marie Speliman; 'basket sweet peas, Agatha Kielyj cut flowers,. George podio; pelvis, Mrs Sylvester Sullivan; Ijoofc, with wprd.s. "Jesus have mercy :m:fr$y.-$Uil&Ml 'nut 'flowers; Me and Miwrafik Campbell cut flowers, !Johu lopdii wreathMr -and Mrs J B'Ful ilerfebaskef ; of; flowers, Frank .Tones. hflower: Wpajere I'var:' ' From tlie KatfgatUCk i : firP 5 '-department, y.tohp J mm, ' t Jeorgwi IlTlngi Ileiiiy Mdjlei? ; frPnt the Knights of Columbus, Joseph Near " Oi'rgf nJan'i'um, Peter Wood, Ricbard iving, w, pf j, Keiity; from the "Ft of A.. Jkfatthew Boylan, John Wannpn, Emil Waller, Daniel O'leefe, Matthew. Wuhne; from the' A. O. U ChaHes Murphy.- Michael Brahnigan' James King, John ; Kissifue. The pall bearers were? William Kerri repre senting the Nauga tuck fire depart ment; Aaron French of Court Unity, F, of A.r Oeorge TIaggerty, from PJ ViSion No 3, A. O. H, Edward Moran,' frpm the Watpfbury lodge of Eiifs; James h. Baxter, representing Ojeda council, Jv. of C; and Patrick Ropney from the Robert Emmet dub, , The Interment was in St James' cemetery. John1 Martin; whp has been visiting relatives ip town for the past . few weeks, returned to his home in New Britain yesterday. , - Peter Foley pf this tPWU, a well knowp ball player, is playing with the Watei-bur state league teani tp-day. Foley is catjeher for" the fire depart ment team' of this town, . AH those who contemplate goipg to Springfield Labpr day had better be stirring, abont and purchasing their tickets, as they are liable to get left behind, Jt is expected that a Jarsro number will go with the St Francis T. A. and B, speiety frpm this town. The Naugatuck drum, corp. will lead the local society, in the parade, , , , The TorrJngtpn Giants vs Jf. F, D: on Ilptclikiss field this afternoon. Prof J, S, Sjjilir.an will hold a socia ble and dance at Columbus hall ths eyeuipg, FPrd;s-orphestra 'Will ' fur nish music and .Prpf Sullivan will prompt. . , Edison's moyjijg pictures and ljus tmt spngs. is the Labor day attrac tion at the opera house. Mr Robert son, manager of the company, Js well knnwn In tins Ipavjj. . AH tbe local agents of the Metroooli tan Life Insurance! Co of Jew York enjoyed ah'PUtiuf ' at Savin Rock to- . -it' J' ,J', il,., The Pisco vpry gl a Coal Mine Was " ; Only: a. False" Alarm. ' The news that poal had been un earthed on George Stanley's farm wa only,, a false, ' alarm. The-- substance supposed to be coal was analyzed and proved to he ppthipg more than ja form of zourmlipe. v . t An assembly dance . was held at the town . ha U last pyening, A large num ber pf out Pf tpwn guests were pres ent, Music was furnished by Faui man. . . ,. ... The regular ineeting ot the New Cen tury circle, C. pf P., tpok place in Pythian hall last evening. It is rumored about town tbat C. W. Atwopd has purchased F, P, Wejton's faucet factory near tbe depot. Earl Bumiel attended the Runnel family reunion- yesterday. Posters are out for. the grand union fair of Court Merritt Jleminway, No 48, F. of A-, and New Centpry pircle. No' 035, "A. of F which takes place in town hall September 12, 13. 15 and 16. A good entertainment will be furnished each evening. v.;.;, . Services at St John's church to-morrow will be at 10:45, Services in the other phurches'at the usual hour. ' The firemen held another successful drjil Tneeting last evening. . After the drill the flremen marched from the en--gine room to Taft school and back, Paul Muro, the bavber who bought out W, J. Miller's establishment re cently, has vacated, and now we have but one barber in town ' . OAKVIIXE HAPPENINGS Mass will be" celebrated la St Marj Magdalene's church at 10:30 a, m. Sun day. Services In All Saints' and the Union, churches at thp usual hour. A trolley party passed through this place last evening, , Mr S, A, Wise pf New York is visit ing-friends in this village. Mrs K, Ji. Cppu is suffering with a severe attack of neuralgia, Mrs Emmet Evans is on the sick list. BUNKER HILL NOTES - The regular meeting pf the Tequot club will be .neld on ilonday evening at o'cipcK. - -. , ; Mr and Mrs A. II. Wells and grand daughter are spending a-week at Ilock- away Beach, v v : , Thp Pequots and Eagles will cross bats at the Driving park to-morrow- E.'M. McBumey has. sold his place on. WoodrunT street. Beacon hill, and nas moved to East Mam street, . , Directory of j 1 RELIABLE SPECIALISTS a . : , IN watkrbuby 2 ARCHITECTS E, BENEDICT. , , , F jsapt Main, gt, , LEONARD ASHEIM, r Ropm 25, Lewis bujidiug, Rank t FRENEX Si JACKSON, , ' .' v 43 East Main street 1 ' ELECTRICIANS GEORGE M; CHAPMAN & CO. '.- 1 '43 East Main ' st. ' ' DOCTOES . l. 3f .DE VElt, M, D, ' -14 ftTorth Main st. DK R. C, JONES, 7k. & Res, 25 Johnson, Tel TEACEEES OF MUSIO CLARA BRZElNSJCl, . Citizens' Bank building. ... .DENTISTS J, W. MAHQNY, , 43 East Main street. PUNESAI PIECTOE J. H, GRAY & CP. 235 North Main street. Funeral Undertakers,' " Telephone day 1 or pight, SIGN ARTISTS ED OCKELIS. - )i spriug-Bt. Up-tp-date sign work. LADIES TAILORS FRANK DE FEO,' formerly with Reid (& Hughes, 70'Bapk st,-Telephone. ' CUSTOM TAILOR JAMES tl, OL1NE, prichard buildfng, cotner Bank anij Grand sts. ' TONSORIAL ARTISTS . GEORGE KLEEBER, 151 Bank, St. ; Over 1Jpnes, Morgan & Co. BIRDS ' i FRANK' G RARER. 101 South Main st. Gold1 Fish and Canary Birds Sept 15. ' CARRIAGE MAKERS hlAim & DERRV. 10 Jirown et. RICyCLES AND REPAIRING JOHN OUMANS ' : - - - JJ51 south Mam st. BRIC-A-BRAC AND FURNITURE iQtifi L, AE, . 5237 Rank st. . " CASH BUYERS WJLLIAW POSSNER, - - ; ftQ'Jl Rapk st. Highest prices paid fpr Cast-pi? Cloth ing. Send, postal? will' call, HALE PRICE TAILOR JOHN MOSEL. 1 Abbott ave, Bepairing, cleaning . and pressing la - dies' and gents garments. , RESTAURANTS CALLENPAR BROS, South Main Street, H0RSESKOERS - W. M. POYLE, v . Jft Jefferson street. gve STRAW " .' ' ' , ,. f ' The Watarbury Ice Corporation -Hygeia :Q Natural Office and Yard, 37 Brook Sfreel. Telephone 534, CHAUNCEY3EEIUY &CO ' BUILPBRB- Are prepared to furnish estimates and take contracts on all kinds of building. Jobbing promptly attended to. Lot .at Oakwpod, No 41; will build bouse on easy terms. Shop-and Office, 85 Bishop street. DO YOU VVANT Any teapung done? We have al) kinds of teams ap'd eareul drivers, Yon will .soon want grading done, if you do, see us about it, H, X. WELTON, Elm Street, Water viUe. Telenhone 217-4. .' .. ,; JAKEU.S OF Wire and Metal Goods, P, O. Freight and Express, Address OakvJDe, Conn. Telegr&pJji Addrff Watcrbtiry, Cvm, JAkyf. Vprfe OSsa Wanted THEiUATESV FALL We take. pleasure in. introducing to the public, our big shipment of FALL HAT5 in stiff and soft styles, : ranging in price fro:m $1.25 to $5.06. M They are the cream of the trade. -' A1s6 we have the Finest; Ounce Felt Hat in the City for Jtoairiblack brown and Steel 'colors. ' ; r1. ... - ,,..-.. " - f 1 j - v - 1 . ' - ''x. v:;-,:-r.'' ; . v ; ,1 1. WILSON & lip AN.O 117, SQV711 MARBLE MONUMENTS - - fc. ' .... JL' REDUCED PBIOES on oU Pur gtock: Pf Monuments and Tablets after August JO, Hardwood Mantels from $10.00 and upward. -' ; 1 ' , "! ChasAi Jackson k Go. : 273.-S71 '8APTC .STREET, Gold Stora Wc have a limited amount "of space' for' the storiageof ' ' APPLES, PEARS, v Etc v And yvould be pleaded to -quote rate$ son,? ap- pucation,; :;,:::;.i Hygeia lea and Cold Stcrags Plan) Tphon? 202, ' g. (JNGR, M'g'r, Prof Bailey jRE-OJ'ENS HIS BALI boom and STAG 13 v Amiid 'w.LASSSf SISPTPMUHB 5, QFPICE. 70 BA?K STBI3ET, Only High Grade Dentistry. , ' ' C5 BANK- STREET, - ' . ; Bridgeport Stsamboat Company FOB MEW YORK,. ; WILLIAM G, PAYNE New Coastwise Steamer." " ; Leaves Brideeport daljy (except Sun-- day) at.T;i3 a, &: o arrlyal pf earjy mpruing tram, tron? stuijous pn paug ptycU division,' due js'ew Yorijf ji a, m. Returning,' leaves New York id ler 31 E, p., 3:00 b, m, pnd foot East 31st ptrpet 3;15 p, m., dne BrWgepprj: ti;30 p. m, Saturdays, leaves New, York one hour, earlier, ' - - , STEAMER ALLAN JOY Leave's Bridgeport daily ((except Sat urdays) 13 p'cloelf midnight, due New York 4:00 a,, m, Returoinff leaves fsTew York pier 1 E, R. daily (except Sunday) at a jL fl, m., due Bridgeport S:00 p.. pi. Sundays, '"steamer w)lljam fl. Payno eaves Bridgeport ;00 a. m., due New Fork 12 o'clock noon. Returninar. leaves New Yprk 5 p. m., due Bridge port au r,' in.' - i 1 ft ge, ACCIDENTS ''WILL IIS . " flrni , If WQpQljld only ?ee ,a Iittlfj Ways into . the future, vjiat a Jot pf distress ing accidents we could prevent,- Hnt onr cin-Vif nc with tht liut our sight ends . wntj ie present instant, There may be broken iirnbs an4 bruised bodies in store for us in an hourwe wn't telL put we can be prepared. A bottle of Dr. Thomas1 Ec- r fectric OU in the house at the right time has saved many an hour of suffering, many a prp" ;iouj fife, ; ; '" Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is .monarch over pain. Cuts, burnsjbites yield to its soothing Influence j sore throat, croup,' colic, catarrh, asthma and frost bite are , promptly cured, and T ' i -. " - ' BOLD BY ALL HATS LATEST, TYRRELL MAIN STREET. Hubar&Co Reliable Pawnbrokers - : . I . We have a big stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Musical Instruments, We do fine watch repair ing. , - Everything guarantee, P, S, Bargains in unre deemed pledge?, . " ' 121 South Main Stmt, tiubar 4? Co. '. - : - r, ,4, a ,. . t . - "" , i :- - - a ':.Td:.'!.;: THE .. . - ; . ' - - PU IB IUI & We hereby notify you that we, have decided to remain at our former place and hope our past patrons wjll con tinue to deal with us as here tofore. As va result of our staying - wo are ( overloaded with Summer Stock and are forced to sell our shoes be low the manufacturers prices in order to make room for fall goods. BBASSCITy SHOE STORE SOUTH MAIN STRETr One door north of the Hamp! son:eIew Furniture Store, rheumatisrn is relieved, It is a remedy that Plight to-fee iff every family medicine chest, ' Expected to Die. "I cheerfully add my testimony of Dr. Thomas Eclectic Qil. We use it for many things. Was run pver by a team, of aorses anmupiDey Hun, uv .. badl bloated: horses and lumber wa?oq; jiq noi my friends bathed me nearly li qver wjm xiqiectrn; uiij miuv kov" ually went down. We have more faith in electric Oil than any other medicine, and always keep it ia the house" rs. Wm. F. Babcock, JNpryelJ, Jackson Gv Mich, 1 Cured the Sprain. Mr Chas. M. Bamann, a wholesale jeweler, No. 9 Pleasant Street, Rochester, N. YM writes: "IhaveusedyourEclep trie Oil and can recommend it as the best general medicine I have ever tried, I fel offni y hicycle and sprained my ankle hadly, Eclectric Oil gave immediate relief and cured the sprain. If my testimonial is of any use to you, you cau use my name. I shall always carry ja bot tlo of Eclcctric Qil in my bicycle tool-bag: as 9 part of my equipment. friends. m DRUGGISTS.