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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1903.
Have You . Bought a Refrigerator Yet? V Look at all toe other kinds If you will, then come and see h model construction' of the Bald win "Dry Air," inside and.'.out- side. It . embodies every point necessary 'to proper - refrigera ;: tlon, And Is an Ice saver.' ( J. H. Burrall & Co, 1 ' 60 SANK STREET."' ' CNtJBRTAKlNO Night calls an swered by C. E. Seymour, 184 Maple street, v'ph one: D M. Stew ' : art, 101 Fanklin itrff" 'phone. Pianos for All. Local Agents tot . tiabv - leby and Ems', Monroe, Steel. - Poble, . Hm ad . Iyer's and Pond, Fischer, Cap&fc W always hiv bAfgilfifi fft second-Hani Pianos Ind Organs '?. .,:.- ' . THE MtfGGS 5 S1ITB CO; 112 Bank St, .; Commercial Bldg. Tftlepnon " i . ORGANS W nat-e a large stock of secondhand Organs which you can hate at your ttwn price. . '.f v .' ORGANS From $5 Up BEM PIRllOCD 175 SANK STREET. WATERBURY CT. . THE OrTEIIHEIMEIl -INSTITUTE . Ot New York. . 1 V , 5 WawrturyttRniht bs Center STRttBTv S6&rs ft. a. to & , to. flail y for taa treat x tae&t or all dse8 ol ECOHOLISM ASD DRUG ADDICTION ftteht tfeat5T6r(Vat6ly ad all odtotauaiea tlobS stf Icjily coftftaetitial. 4 v !Bpeelalapfoitttfife6t$l!deSire4. , ). PL MULVILLE Undertaker,'. Funeral Director and Embalmer :" Residence, 49 East Main St , Store, St Patrick's' block, 110 Broadway. v . ; .' - Telephone atkloie and res dence. :- - ..:',- A GOOD HORSE ttiaehed to an cp-to-dat carriage and -oar wife, who needs an outing, beaid f-ou, will Lake you teel good and may tave doctor's bill. It not married tatta fcomebody's daughter whom you know g-&u woald Ilk for a wife, do to LOUCKS' STABLES, &IN6 STREET- . fHONE SM-J Electric. . Fan-ttotors, A Full Stock of Etery' Kind. r , -. .. i . ; ' " M J " j , ' ' - I km 11 mmmamimmmM i t' . .. (lew 'England Engineering Co. . 843 .WEST. MAIN STREET. ' , " " 1 in mr ..... - : . Furntture atv Piao PotUfi Picture land Room Moulding Cold Enamel, Varnishes, Mixed Paint, Wall Paper, Wax. Glast, O. -4 Valentine's fel 1176. ' U C3tahd fe Sventn(jH)emocrat t ' ISSUED BT ' DEMOCRAT PUBLISfiClNtt COMPANY , ' ;;' ' '. C. M ALONE Y,.EDITOB. ' ' , -" - .. " t MEM6R OF ASSOCIATED MtSS. , SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One Yfear..;i.j:86.d0 J thr6eMofltas....I.5S Blxliofitaa...., 6.50 I One Montb.... .... Silvered to atty Jakvof Oltf. CT1DM0At, UIyl$, 1003. . f . l"h vlhdlana commission' to ; the world' fair aa adopted the plan of Vlit-g & Mahur'n, Fort Waynd archi tects, ftvr th Indiani building at .thi xpd8ltioh;; The structure Will hi In tfcft style of the French. SehaisSaTi5i, jlth huge Corinthian column at thd entrances; The building Will b inori 'of t a place of rest and pleaguro for Indiana visitorg , at 'th fair than an exhibit hail. , .! vi r:'v'--- " " : .: ;' ':'lX.l-U ' ' '- '".-"V: '"'"'.1 i.nnrili.r'-- ' , V A , little vb&hd ' Of ."east .lide'1 children was Waiting in the -Grand .Central, sta tion for tljo train that aa to bear th eta to, the buntry"hdnie ''tt one of the it tleffl6at&, ayr a write? in fef erybody MagaLQe.: They were ?lad - la- their most brilliant finery-for thla gala occa sion, and .th&tftmalj faces ahone with tha.joy ot antieiatldn. 1 Oae.solehih looking little chap of Thowef, stood In oddly grave relief agaiti&t the fadi ant background, ' tie gaaed about hlaj with wide eyes, at the marble mag nlficenCe of the great depot, at the throng of. well dressed men ' and Wo men, at the, little gayly attired aristo crats. Then slowly, he related into an attitaae of happy tjontentment, and twd small hands Were folded in demure sat isfactioii Ah he asked, aoftly, "Js thi the country?" ' , .v . i-: , r- a Since crop condition are inore' favor able the .principal uncertainty to be considered is, a possibility of -further ilquidatlott-cause'il by, the disturbing ef feet of the eottoa comer and the inter- natlohl situation as revealed by nus- sias aggressions In Manchuria, writes Henry Clews, the banker, in hi week ly letter. .. The latter deserve closer at tention than hitherto' given. It is ap parent our government Is alert to the importance of pressing the open door la China and the integrity of that vast empire a a future market of Immense ?Alue td the United States'. , HUsslas designs upon Manchuria with her es tablished policy of rigid exclusion are a direct menace to the future commer cial and' industrial interests of the United States, and nobody better appf" e elates, this, fact 'than our astute secre tary of state, Mr Hay, There are plain rumblings of frletioh between this country and fiussia, who evidently" fears our Inevitable domination of the PaciAcj but they need cause ho special anxiety, and certainly cannot prove of serious confefeQuenee td the stock mar ket. Russia )s. financially weak, -having committed herself to unprofitable railroad and Industrial schemes on a stupendous scale, almost to the verge of bankruptcy , She is in no' condition to Invite - war with any first-class power, the result of which rwould cer tainly be defeat and probable disraem bership of ft loosely connected empire, Therfe is therefore little or no danger of serloua difficulty with Hussta,: and alarmist newspaper Wporr', may be read with equanimity. The plain deal ing and firmnesi of American dipidma cy will probably accomplish what we desire without serious friction, bo ag a stock market factor the Russian inci dent should not receive undue weight, though it . might easily develop suffi cient importance to interfere With or dinary speculative movements. J- , speech i & finished production. : As' a fcftniplfe of his dexterity with scalpel and rapier, he once said of an opponent who had .a penchant for spilling large gobs of printer's ink and voluminously vociferating to Ihe reportera: "Ha is, Mr Chairman, the most remarkable maa I r knew. When h is not writ ing he la talking, and -when he Is not talking he is writing, and he does both Without thinking." Judge De Armond is an amiable and kindly gentleman, a ripe scholar, an able lawyer and a splendid ilegislatbr. v; Mis ; retirement f rom eongrefea Would be a distinct .losa to the democratic party- and to the na tion. " . ' - V- ' J T: ' ' ortufiateiy.-Men were made before mirrors. Women are - etiU . . made be fore mirrorfc-Ufe.,-; Charges ha vo been preferred against a Waterbury policeman for - giving wrongiegal advlee in & case concern ing whV& ;he -had no licehse to gm advice at ail.Hartford Post. ;:' A few Philippine isiand dfftckl. liave been arrested for. misusing pub lic funds. It looks more and more as If malfeasance in Office should: be made a capital Offenfee. KeW HaVen ttegister. ' v ")oe.s Mr Cleveland declination of a College pre&ldency mean - that he- is merely getting hi had.Jn: to, decline another offer- later on, 'or that, he ex pecttf to be engaged in anore important ibusine8 during the next few year than. disciplining riotous college atu detttsr Syracuse Herald. , s' . There are "men who - love " fine horse ahd Ta-bhor ffliachinery who would not fcavfc an automobile if , it cost them nothing in either, cash , of tcare : but-, apart from aueh B&ntimentaHatBK th progressive imattv ;enc8 he tries it, wiil find that his motor car. affords him jnor feport,', broader eope . of travel, greater economy of time,, and less wor ry than bis- horse, and for .that reason will conclude - that it pays - to- choose the automobile.Every.bodya Maga zine. . John Mitchell has the credit of hav ing induced the. hat 'heads in te taln ers1 convention at Scranton to abandon their desire to engage in another. battle fwitih the coal operators at the earliest possible imoment. Vh& memibers of the board of conciliation are to toe chosen according to the rules laid - down by the strike commission and the hot heads1, wfco are entirely ready for an other Vfeix months' strike, will bide -their time.'-'Hartford Time.' . The average' villager is better off than the average dweller in a town. His, 'he-aitfli as better, he is anore con tent; ne is aot afraid of work, he a rrthteou Qod-f earing -man, he U noi miied -up in ecandais, he ream ia. big f amiiy, he teas (better time on $lo than ithe city man Mas oh $26'; bnt he ought, tor Ms owm' sake td undentand ia advantages, t& fep-are the woods and he, "watery and the toirds, to (better Ais roads, to let the sun fthiae ,ia at his Windows, and not to take criticism o sorely to heart.Brooklyn Eagle. "Amalng,H a ecientisti "is the popularity cf the 'belief that -toads live for long spaces- of time in rbeka. Only last . week a ouarrvman feent to me a toad that he ;had; found imibeded, he said, in a solid- ibiock of ttone. 'r'..Of course, -there is no truth in .the idea that thesfe reptile can exist shut up for. years, ..without food and air, but there; Js truth in the stories' of, their being . f&und I in rocks. . The rocks, though, are tm eolid. as the finders in cllne to think, and the toads have only been in them, it is probable; for a few hours, instead of for years and years." Ohio,' too. has its Breathitt' county. A state Officer, InspeCfor Lindsay, of the -bureau of inspection and superviK ion of public offices, has recently sub mitted report to the tate auditor in which he declare Clermont' countyv on the Kentucky border, directly -east of Hamilton county, to be " the Breathitt county Of Ohio." He; desCHibes a fetate of demoralization in ' taie public busl ne8. 6f the county which' reauiresi in ins opinion, that ail the offices be de clared vacant and a receiver appointed to conduct affair until such time as the citizens were aroused- to a sense of their responsibilities. 1 The report how illegal fees" to a , large : amount have been drawn by . county ofllcers, and several cases Of assault (are men tloned where too zealous editors have attempted td purify the morals' of the county. Exchange. Blowing About Laundry Work. Won't make it good, ton do not run any risk when you send fine linen lace or other delicate goods here. We han dle them tenderly and launder ! thens daintily, return them in as good condi tion as received,1 thoroughly cleansed and beautifully laundered. Ourg is a thoroughly modern steam plant, th A. 'J, COON BY, Prop'r. 27T-S81 Bank St. Telephone, If Your Old Number Cannot Come, Try Us. . 1 l0TXCt OP LOOSE CHANGE. fiwordflsh, Bloefish, Sea Trout' But terfiah, Fresh Mackerel, Long and Bound Clams ,and Lobster. Visit our. Meat department, Cherry t. 'Phone 213-41 , . - , j FULTOM PISH MARKET.' j 252 Cherry street, 'Phone 213-4 FOR RENTi Two Chol Roms, 2nd floor, Tfaey l t ' Block. Inquire at liernef s Real Estate Office, 167 BANK 1 HAVE AT PRESENT a number of contracts for tiling bath room in old residences which are be ing renovated." If yau intend to -build a hew house r fix over an old one this iumiaer, don't fail to get estimate .from me on Glazed, VHredtis arid Rubber TiUnr, for bathroom, vestiouie, nitchen or any other room where a neat and dur able floor la deilred at & minimum of expense. Thos F. Jackson natixpsw to Charles Jackioi C'?W V 'Undoubtedly One Of the democratic lea-ders and' one Of the ablest men id the house of representatives is the Hon David A, De ; Armond df" ' Missouri. Judge De Armond has been in cmgfesi since iSfid, having been, first elected td t.he fifty-second congress and re-elected to each succeeding congress. He i one of the ablest' lawyer in the eongres and a member of the committee on Judiciary. He (Was the choicV of . the Missouri delegation for 'the; -caucus' nomination for': speaker m the fifty eighth esngress when it convenes, but hefefused to stand for the nominationv and the choice then fell to Hon Champ Clark. If the democrats had carried the house he undoubtedly .would hln been a candidate for peaker but he did not care to undertake to harmonize the factions in the' party in the house a the floor leader. The judge reaitee hl shortcomings aa a good mixer with men. He has none of the bon homme, camaraderie characteristic in his men tal makeup. He is short cn cheap talk and long on thinking. He is essential ly a thinker and -a student and never loses any time indulging in cloak-room stories.- He does not inspire affection, but compels admiration from his dem ocratic colleagues, and is feared and disliked by the republicans. 1 He is a human waip and his, stinger is always ready for business. Ha is not an ora tor ,in the true sense of the Word, for he ha a montbnous and metallic voice that Is not pleasant, and he -rarely gesticulate. :Hls dlctlbfl, however, is almost rPerfect, ahd life is bha Of the few men in congress Wild never correct the reporters' notes for insertion ia the record.' tvT.c he get IhV'ogh "'his . TMhen: the crusaders against policy made the statement that the gross re ceipt from the game in Chicago aggre gated $30,000, the community was a' tounded. Thirty thousand dollars in pennies and dimes gahi'bled aiway each day4mpositilt! ' But such is - the truth. -. '-; :'V v, r.r-.- Most persons never stop to think of the power of loose change. They hold it so lightly v that they fling it about reCkiessly4ind that is the: chief reason for its power. - ' , The pennies and dime give chief Support to the churches of the nation (The magnificant contribution of the millionaire dwindles to the proportions of the widow's mit& when comparea With .the great total, it is tttm loose change, carried up to the kltar rail Which meets the mortgage, pay the pastor's salary and sends the mission arieS to the four corners of the earth ; Go through the books of the big charitable institutions and you win find ho w dependent they arei ,on the small givers-on loose change. From Sunday School Classes, Church enter- tainments and the penny boxes which stand id drug and grocery stores cotnes the greater portion of the revenue, The millionaire philanthropists of the nation would be appalled at their responsibility if the support of the email givers was withdrawn from the Charitable institutions. - ' - Dividends to $14,000,000 of NationA Biscuit stocks are paid in dimes and nickels. Close to $14,000,000 year in nick els flows into the coffers of the lOca traction cbmpany and creates a busi ness to attract a Morgan or a Vander- bllt. . n in the end it is the housewife's nick el which pays for the harvests of the million Of 6Cre of golden gram. ' it is the loose change-which keeps the wheels going and the world mov inf.- But hOW loosely do wfe thrdW it all tbdut.Chica go Journal . -' We don't want to deprive him of a fob, but wish to assist those who have trouble with their plumbing. IwiH give yau the service of the highest paid men in the trade. If you are thinking about buying a stove ask about the STAMFORD, it will pay you to Inquire, every one praises i I that has used it. We do roofing and conductor work. P. H. GAHRITY. 22i Bank St. Telephoaa 403 Profc G A. Bailey ' Instructor of stage, ahd soci- eiy aancing re-opens , -ocpiewi-ber 2 in Citizens' Bank B'jkl'g. There recently die in New Orleans the old-ftime "queen of the circus," Ellzalbeth Howard, who forty years ago divided honors with Dan JRice. - In the Old day Mi8 Howard was easily the most popular female performer in the sawdust ring, .but the last twenty years of her life, were spent selling newspapers in the streets of the south ern city. . ' - ' - 1 . Time Was When- Elizabeth :-Howard received $150. for forty minutes' wOrk each night , And. the success of the entire performance depended upon her Whim' as much as : the singing .of a grand opera does "upon the. humor of a prima donna. ' . ' - '.'. 1 V - During her life in iNTew Orleans "Old Miss Howard," as .ehe wa. known to the newsboy and street urchins, earn ed about 60 cents a day, and'to do this Bhe'Waa forced to rise at' 2 O'clock: in the morning,, summer and winter, and jbe at Newspaper row at 3 o'clock, When the morning papers' sent out theii itv vrJ5Hrto . . . i thoroufirhlv modern steam - it is said that Miss Howard arrived drying is done with steam .heat, not in New Orleans about'-twenty year oy the dust laden Wind. ago. One cold ' wlntef's morning ft : ' g,. .., ' 1 . sweet-faced. WMte-haired old woman j JTlOniC Oiearil LaUllOry vus seeu siUQg papers at xiie iuieiei;w tlon - of , Customhouse, and ftoyal tetreets. She had a 'rude little table with uncertain legs. , Wlhea it was 'itime to close her "shop she asked per- mission or a nearoy store Keeper to ai (xw her table to remain overnight In this establishment Ttien she trudged home to a. bare.-cheerless little room somewhere'-downtown in the French quarter. ' . .' : After a wihile me returned, passing, the coTner.ois her way to the levee for a walk. 8he was folloiwed by i dogs, her ifriends and companions. .This was the history of each of the iast days bf the old woman's life' She never seletced any other; corner, and She- was- never t absent ..from- her llttl stand.' ' She always wnt for her walk accompaMed by ft half dozen dogs.' ' iSometlmcs change was noticed In the personnel of her canme 'bodyguard, some .of them falling victims to age,- accident or the dog catcher. But there, were always i of them: There are times when the most Cheerful and Willing. of souls Will rebel at the idea of goimg c-ut into the dark ness of a Weak .moming and standing ifl the face of a stiff. .ley wind that bl6iws straight from the gulf, but Miss Howard was always patient and. gen tie. While she rarely smiled, sh bravely faced life and the changes it had for 'her, and when her worii was done she folded her arms, and' went away. ' 1 Miss Howard.! held bv many to have be'efi tihe most dashing, the most dar ing . circus . woman the world ever knew, ' She.wa ithe first persbn,' mm or w6man to tumbie- through paper hoc-ps -while : her horse was going at a mad gaiiot). rf jshe cbtild perform on the horizontal bars. toa. and as a dan cef she rivalled Carmeheita. Sh6 had a voice of ridhne$s and power. . s' 'MISS Howard deserted the circus fO? a single seas6h, When She starred ill a comedy of the sort in which Lotta was sueeessful. She achieved a triumph, her singing of "Long, L&ng Ago" Demg stiil fresh in "the memory of many an did man.'- But the stage was not to her liking and she &on returned to her old lbve, the night oft (Which She re appeared under the big tent being an event to amusement seekers. y it was In ..Pittsburg, and admirers from Cin cinnati and Detroit made Pilgrimages to the Pennsylvania city to give her a welcome. ' Before the "grand entry", there' was an accident , In -one of the df essing rooms. A candle was overturned and some flimsy Rowns-were eon ' abianse. Dan RlCe's little UieCe WaS Sleeping On a pile of canvas trunks, and the flames had reached the child wihen Miss How ard went to the resuce. The oueen's left' hand was badly burned, but the little ofie (was Uftiharmed. - Miss Howard btwed to the toig audi ence that nlarht. but She culd not ride her horse or leap in midair. She sang "Long. Long Ago." " ' "Let. me forget that 6 long have you . roved, ; -. Let m believe that you love a y6u loved, ' 1 ; - . . . - itiong, long-ago. - Miss Howard was once-a society girl of . Montgomery, Alalbama, and .lust before the civil war she visited ftieh- jmona, where she led the cotillon at the season's most notable affair. It was during tihis' visit to Richmond that she met a circus clown, to whom she 'lost her heart. There Is no record of her , marriage to him, out at any rate the members of hei'" family, one of the oldest m Alabama, were shocked the following .year to learn-that she had fcigne'd 'A eohtraet With a circus 'mana ger and had .fcegun, what was to be a most notable career. She -was forbid den ever to enter her home again. Miss Howard sold papers the day she died.' The1 last morning she spent on earth was bright andWArni; She left off selling papers aoout 10 o'clock and went to Newspaper row to settle her weekly bills. Then home, dinner for the . dogs, a twohour "nap" and her daily walk. As she Was returning home he had a . coughing spell and fcwooned. A hemorrhage followed and she was taken into a dwelling at 730 Orleans street, where she died a few minute later. s M:ts Howard had heenva raemiber ot a co-operative ibenevoient ' association which assured Its 'members a Christian iburial upon payment of 10 eents a week during life. She had neglected to pay the current week's dues ando the "queen of the circus" was laid to rest ih -Potter' Field. 1 i'T- (i PAIHTING AKD,PAPBHAKGIM s Attended to P rorhptiy. at Mod , ,erate Prices.' Estimates v Furnished. . M. O MM ON Si 1 '. Exteft8loriof.'wardStreet George summons. Livery and Boarding v Stables. ' ' Fine Turnouts- .523 No. Main St. A -POINTER. . ;. If you find yourself in need of anvthiri in thA Piirniv-.ir, Line, Just bear. It. In mind' that we carry a reliable, up-to-date stock of medium priced summer goods.." . Straw Hats in all the prevailing shabes and stries. 50c to $3.00, ' ' ' Negligees -some swell patterns in well .m'adft crond fitting white or colored shirts or shirt waists, 50c to $2.00. Underwear, separate garments or union suits, 50c to $2.', '. Fancy Hose; neat' and stylish effects, in" prav. hbrt nA tans, "25c arid. 50c the Pair, . ' - "Neckwear,-belts, traveling cases,' etc. "THE LATEST." WILSON $ TYRRELL, 115 AND 11T SOUTH MAIN STREET. 7V Ready JSummer vacation is on. Perhaps you need & Trunk or Dress Case. We hold the winning hand in the Umbrella and Trunk trade; our price are a wee bit above suspicion. - Specials are ad vertised for our opening to giva you an idea what we Can do for you. Thi trunk la exclusive it cant be bought anywhete except by the Waterbury Trunk and Umbrella Manufactory.. It is made with six' hard wood slats, four long steel hinges, hand riveted inside, iron bottom Yale lock, only $4.98. There isn't a better trunk in the mar ket at double the price. . We are ready to welcome all -who will visit our new store, 143 Bank, and look at our extensive-line of our own make Umbrella and Parasols. Our price are the low est m the State. Dress Cases from esc un to $18. Bags from 25c to $14. Umbrella re-covered and ., repaired with best gloria silk from 65c up. Re member 6ur guarantee to keep in re. pair free for one year every article you purchase rrbfn Us. ; , Waterbury Umbrella and Trnnfc MTr. 153 Bank St. Telephone 119-2. WMProofDoMWant That Standard Remedy ha curea hundreds and is curing rignt along complaints that the best Skill 6btain able has failed to cure? Do you object to being cured unless by skiil-that you can ill afford to pay fori The Working Classes should iiot fail to use it at onee. The proof is right in your city1' that it doe the Work quickly and. thoroughly. - Ask Mr SiCkmund, shoemaker, Phoenix avenue, what it did. for him after all else failed. '- ; --A specialist that could make the Cures Standard Remedy has in this city could take hundreds of dollars ev ery day and be lauded to the skies by ail. wan you throw your prejudice aside as Mr Sickmund dUi and be cured? Rlefc and poor can All afford td- use Standard Remedy. The poor should be cured as cheaply as possi ble, : . Begin its - use. . You ruin ' no risk. Money refunded if dissatlsfled. Sold at Cone's, Dexter's, Ebbs,' Pick ett, A. H. Co and - , T S. Carroll, Agent. ' 130 O&TH MAIK STREET, THIS CITY. The VERY REMARKABLE. CURE ' DlARItHOEA. , "About Sx years ago for the first time in my life I had a sudden and se vere attack of diarrhoea," says Mrs Alice Miller of Morgan, Texas. "I got temporary relief, but it came hack again and again, and: for six long year I have suffered fchore misery and agony than t can .tell. ;- It was worse than dath. My husband spent hun dreds of dollars - for physicians pre scriptions and treatment without 'avail. Finally We moved to Bosque county, our present home, and one day I hap ipened to See an advertisement of Chamberlaitf Cklic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy With a testimonial of & man who ih ad been cured , by it. The case was so similar to my Own that I concluded to try the remedy. The re sult "was wonderful. , I could hardly realize that 1 1 was well again, or be lieve it could be so after having suf fered: So- lO&g, but thit.ohe bdttle ot medicine, - costing . but- a few cents, cured me." For sale by all druggists. New York Tailoring Co Have opened their new store at ISO North Main street, and beg to call your attention to their fine and large stock of domestic and Imported woolenS; We are making up gentlemen's suits,: giv ing a perfect fit and first-class work manship. Suits are made from $15 up. Fine Trousers are made from $5 up. We make a Specialty of cleaning, pressing and repairlng.renovating every suit and making it look like new. Suits pressed. 50c; suits cleaned and pressed, 75c . Suits scoured and pressed, $1.50 trousers pressed 15c. , : , , We also make Ladies Suits and gar ments in the latest Styles and perfectly tailor made. Pressing, repairing and dyeing any ladies' garments, - suits, skirts, is also one of our leading spe cialties. Repairing done at half-price. Send a postal and we will immediate ly send a boy td bring and return your clothfes, done in a first-class condition. Remember the address, THE NEW YORK TAILORING GO ISO HORTH MAIN STREET , . Taterbury, Conn. . k ' FOR SALE CHEAP, 2nd Hand Store Doors ' GEORGE A. UPHAM, BUILDER. 43 SOUTH W1WW STREET, Shop 413-2. Housa We Are Overstocked With, monuments 4 and tablets and have made a 25 per cent cut oh' the price of ".every one of them. ' " j :-v-."... ; : .j';.,' a V, : You will never buy as cheap again, and we' will set them at these prices when' ,you direct. .R CUTLER f CHARLES A JACKSON & CO., ST4 BANK ' ? 43E. ARTHUR G. AUGER Undertaker Embalmer and Fu neral r Director. , 874 SOUTIT-M AIN .STREET, . Waterbury, Conn. -'. Residence and Night CaJ- 86 Wosi Clay etreet ' Telephone A Real Estate Bargain on North Elm St , SEB MB ABOUT IT. Wi vp. Jait-ett, Real Estate, Room 1, 106 Bank street, Enterprise Odorless, Instantaneous : Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove. Easy to cleanV no moke or odor, the quickest cooker,, "complete line all sites, Oven for same. Full line Re frigerators; L-awn Mowers, all prices and styles Garden fiose, Etousefur n&hinsf Goods. The Barlow Bros, Co 63-65 GRANt STREET. ' OAKV 1LLE CO. MAKERS 01? ; Wire and Metal Goods; P. 6. Freight and Express. Address ' Oakvlile, Conn. Telegraph Addrcia .Waterbury, Cana. Kev lork OHic AS Howard Streau 41 STEAKS, CHOPS, OYSTERS! Everything first dsu ; . Hodson's Grill Room Pabst's Celebrated Milwaukee Lager. Ugh! and Dark ON DRAtJCHT AT J. E. WATTS. 150South Main St. DRESCHER & KBlh GAP-E: I eXtiecitO takA tntr flmlU AA L cv.tl0n 80011 ana oA1l eed 4 trunk Ef1 BUit or ba ot some ment I hav &An j-. ?f Ihfe bought a trunk of you and It lfs ,w.one; tWo d straps and m only paid $8.50. Tha down dHl. ones. But I can readily see how you can - undersell your competitors yottr k i wuudi comparea to down town stores and you have no high priced salesmen a wim. au By the way, do you , ' Repair Trunks." "Why, oeftainlyj w do anything in line of truaks and bags aa well as har ness." .. 'Send around for my trunk Want a lockand some, other repairs. . v That p.50, trunk you recommended o high- . ly is about what I ,want. You caa send it home with the old trunk when you return that, pood day." ? J. 0. CUTLER THfl HARNESS AND TRtlflt MAN, 288 NOftTli MAIN STREEt. ' , PENMANSHIP 1 prHllI? TeachM every pnpll to writs ft Uttm (rapid.: business band, la a courku m in Brivao lecona and no (iliire. All kind of pn work executed la titf highest dejfreo of art." ' , .: 167 BJLXK STnEaT. POPULAR RlPS:-':'; OLD DOMINION LINE Uki most attractive routes ta Norfolk, :t Old Point Comfort, t ' Virginia Beach, v . Richmond. Va.t and Washington, D. C , i Steamers sail 'daily - except Sunday from Pier 25, North Rirer, foot of Beach street Sew Totk. Tickets, includlae mealsiand ctata room accommodations, $8.00 ena way, $13.00 ronnd trip, and upwards, y Tickets nd stateroom reservation at pier. 1 Send stamp for illustrated book. ',, OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO,. 61 Beach street, Kew York, w.X H. B.-WALKER. Traffic Manager. or. J. BROWN, Q. r. A. IF you are wondering about a safe place for your ( FURS AfiO CLOTHING we would suggest tiat you let ns soly the problem for you. Send lor & cony of our booklet a titled - "Where Moths Are Not' which wiil tell you all about it Al furs for storage called for And deliv ered. ,n ,. - ' m ' .! - We have no connection with any fills rier. , -..-.!- Hycia Ice and , Cold Storage Plant '1095-1131 Bank St"-- Telephone 202. , Re. Onager, Mgn Plcl Bros Real tierman Laget Beit ti Draught Fins Lunch. CT East Main Et. Wct&ri.uryt 'Ccr.'S