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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, I9U3.
3 . . Z Theatrical Fraternal t EIGHT BELLS. s That ever green pantomimic comedy Brothers Byrne are to present at Poli's an Thursday evening shows great im provement over its predecessor in this line, the sensational features being much stronger in every way. One can hardly, appreciate the scene of a ship completely turning around, unless the ship in the "Eight Bells" is seen, and the conviction will come that no more howlingly funny act was ever de vised. It is not true to the lines of the play but to the clever gymnastic work of the -brothers who continue the life of the performance aided ; by a well balanced company, that the success of the comedy is attributable. Prom the rise of the first to the.fall bf. the last curtain' everybody is working and working hard. It is go from beginning to end and - so humorous are some of cne situations mai tne auaience snows a disposition, to resent the excellence, for laughter towards' the close suggests the explosive sounds from tired lunsrs and throats. In the production this season there .is a great improvement,! 'HIS FELLOWS BUILD HIS HOME. Liftleio Ml Cor BASK and GRASD Sts & O il Bricklayers Work Free cm, Their Holi days to Help Their Mate, Bartley. New York, Aug 25. A. two-story and IT... 'basement brick house is being erected at 82 Isabella place, Astoria, the work on which is not costing the owner a cent. it would have been nearer completion vesxerdav but for wnat the builders termed the pernicious ac tivity of the police. - The owner is John Bartley, a brick layer. For years he had been saving: to buy a lot and build himself a home.) and, a few weeks ago, he was telling At 29c Men's the story, of hi "many shifts to hide from 50c. his eleven children from flat house At 10c Men's 15c Hose, black, browns agents, when some of his fellow work- j and tans. men asked him why he did not build, j At . 7c Ladies' 10c and 12c jersey Bartley explained he did not have ( ribbed Vests. : enough money. lie told how much M 17c Ladies' and Misses' 25c and he had and the men set to figuring. 29c lisle thread lace Hose. The result was that Bartley bouglit At 17c Ladies' 25c fabric Gloves, a lot and purchased material. The black, white and colors. , cellar was dug, and, a week ago last Arl9c Ladies' pearl and fancy hiri Bartley's union set to work. feJittuBafi IB iff IS U Baa President Suspenders. A A f 1 1 f T Bay Gree next night they had run the walls up, to the second floor. A number of; frnmers lent their aid to set in tiie beams. Waist Sets, worth 25c to 50c. Bv the' At 29c An assorted lot of Corsets that were 50c to $1, not all sizes. . t 17c Ladies' and Misses' 25c Un- At derwear. r aiu xo get m ,,:in rh nt Hamburg During the week, Bartiey ,V V JiA: worked about the place and, last Sait"! At 7e All our Lawns. Ba tistes and urday noon, -the tonckiayers went w, weieht dress fabrics that work asrain The walls were run up rapidly, and, the men were working hard on Sunday when they were stopped by the police, Rn . , tmfflfier or tnem remameu -ium showing a desire on the part of the Brothers Byrne to keep the comedy up , dayli lt yesterday morning, when to, its original attractiveness. And LX li ir,. . they succeed in giving a very enter taining and, catchy performance. Taken In ) its. entirety the i new "Eight Bells" Is a nautical wonder and preserves its success.' Seats will go on sale to-morrow at 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents. ' : FOREST PARK. The management has. secured an other , good bill ,of entertainment for this week and last night it received its opening at the little theater. Despite the big. attendance on Sunday, there was another large crowd, up there last ' night, to -take in, the .sights. The pro gram consists of five vaudeville , num bers and. each one seemed to give gen eral satisfaction, To-night will - see a new aeronaut give his exhibitions and 'while he may be, new 'to theWater hrirv niibllf" he is considered the most skillful of any of . the balloon ; ascen sionists. He will make six trips this week , and after each one a parachute drop will be given. This will make the trips more exciting, and interesting. Professor. Hayden will, do the work and he! will . repeat ; tb-night's act on Wednesday, Thursday and , Friday . evenings and on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.. Next Saturday afternoon the otick- layers will .complete , thedjrVwork. The building Is 25x32 feet, and the front is of orn amenta! brck. Bartley was at work on the . house y esterday 'after noon.., -He said-that but for the free labor ..of his fellow, bricklayers, he would not h.ye been able to build: Tor at .least a . year. .' , He says, too, that the help his friends ,haye ' given, en abled him , to erect a better house, than he could .have , afforded, otherwise. , ranged uo to 25c a yard. At 10c Balance of Infants Lawn Caps that were 25c to 50c. i WHERE TO FIND BASS, n Stamp Collectors Opportunity. Wednesday and Th u rsday J3arg;ai ns FREE! $1.00 Worth 10 Green Trading Stamps with I Jarof Jelly. $2.00 " 20 . ' I Doz. Bananas. $!.00 ' 10 " "I Can Baked Beans Orders For the Week. . PENNY A WORD ADVS. FOR SALE New Gtenwood Range. In auire 95 Bank street, room 16. 8-25-3 "C10UND Apocketbook, cdntaining a sum J- qi money. Owner please call at Hu bar &? Co., Jewelers, 121 South Main St. ' 8-25-3 10ST Pair of gold rimmed glasses. Finder please return to 25 West Clay. . - .... , .' . ,.- ' : 8-24-3 THIRST CLASS Vlolinjteaching. System -L (Ch. de Beriot) used at Conservatory Leipzig. , Big success. By Paul Rentzel, 14 Goodyear Ave., Naugatuck. 8-25-3 FOR SALE Desirable farms in Ghesh . , ire, Conn ; early climate ; no rocks or stones; convenient to churches, schools, shore and pleasure resorts. Inquire 28 Burton street, city. ( 8-25-3 FOR SALE Cheshire farms. I have ..$35,000 worth to offer in a variety of sizes-and prices John W. Bird's Agency, 28 Burton street, City. 8-25-3 THE CHARITY NURSE. The big scenic ' melodrama "The Charity Nurse" Friday and Saturday, with Saturday matinee, at Poli's. . MEETINGS TO-NIGHT, Naturalists' club. ' n ; ' Myrtle temple R. S. ' Team Drivers7 unkuv , . ', Oburt Oregon, F. of A, 1 : - Liberty circle, F of A. ' Waterhury lodge, I. O. E. -Courf Wolf Tone, F.' of A, ', ".'Comstock lodge, 1 O.; G."T, ' V ' ' ' Mulcahy council,' K. of C ' Nosahogah lodge, I. O. O. F. ' Women's club at First church. Carpenters' and Joiners' union. Progressive council, O. U. A. M. Martha Washington council, S. S.- " . Waterbury lodge. No 5,. A.: O. TJ. W. Pride of the Valley lodge, I. O. O. F., Lasaiette cir61e Companions of the Forest. ' -. '- r. PLAYEtD A PIANO 26 HOURS. When the 1 Prof essorV Bet Was Won, His Fingers Were All Blisters. -Belleville, 111, Aug 25. J. M. Water bury performed the feat of playing a piano . continuously v for ; twenty-six hours in a ssioon on West A street, with no stop longer, than five seconds. He begaji playing at 8 o'clock on Sat urday night and stopped at 10 o'clock Sunday evening., He played , ragtime, lullabies, grand opera, topical songs, "heart" songs, old-fashioned music, two-steps, . waltzes, polkas, anything but sacred, music. . . In this long stretch Waterbury ate one Swiss cneese sanawtcn and , one ham sandwich and 'drank freely . of wjbiskey. He smoked Cirgarettes al most without cessation. - Most of the time he sat on a piano stool, but, now and then (he would stand up to rest. He could not roll or light his own cigar ettes or hold his own glass of whiskey his sandwiches: His partner waited on him. - ' The feat was the outcome of a wager that Waterbury could not play the piano continuously for twenty-five hours. When he ceased ' playing his fingers were a mass of blisters, his nerves shattered and his", muscles so sore that he could scarcely walk. A THANKFUL MAN. "I was out in Iowa last fall," said a Brooklyn citizen the other day, 'and at a certain village where I had. busi ness a - leading citizen named Colonel Blair asked me to ride around tne vxi lase. We had scaxely got started when he made a great show of bowing to. a nedestrfan. and then explained Thaf s Mr Davis, one or our rore- most citizens. He is the - man who held a chattel mortgage on my stock of eood and closed me out of busi- Rnlfndid (business man. Mr Davis. Wp turned a" corner, and the colonel took off his hat and bowed to a lady sitting on a veranda and whispered to me: 'That's Mrs Clymer, the lady who got my house-on a mortgage and tnat wno n favorite veranda for years. Mrs Clvmer Is at the head of society nere. ";Down on the, next block the colonel bowed and called out to a prosperous lookine pedestrian, and then remarked " 'That's) Major Singleton, our fore most lawyer here. He is , the 'gentle man who eot up the water power RfhPme'fljid beat me out of S10;000. We are all proud of the major,.' ; : ' . ' ""I was "trying to ifnaKe out whai; sort of man the colonel : was; when we Tvnsswvi n woodenware factocy. He polluted to it and said: " 'I used to be the owner of that fac" tory, but Judge Cornell got a mortgage on it and closed me out., I hope we'll meet the judge as we drive around He's one of these big-Jiearted, wholeA J T 1. V.tm' some men. aixu x tuivws vu iia-tr iiiiu on sight. ' ; ' "He. then raised his hat to a lady at her gate, and a few rods further on stopped his ; horse to ask a man if he was well and enjoying himself. ." 'That man,' said the colonel, as we drove on, 'is our 'banker, Mr Graves. He advanced me ?5,000 when I was hard up, and the first thing: I knew he had my $15,000 farm, ; Tiptop business man, Mr Graves, and he . could have crone to the state senate if he had wanted to.' "Two minutes later w-e turned a cor ner to the left and saw a large brick yard in a field. Putting up -his horse, the colonel said " 'I established that yard and made $5,000 in one year, but Mr Strong, our genial 1 hotelkeeper, lent me $800 and got possession. Splendid mari Mr Strong, and his hotel is a credit to the village.'. ' 'iSee here, colonel,' 1 said, you seem to have lost a great deal of prop erty in. this town.' " Yes. sir, a great deal.' " 'And all through the sharpness of your friends.' : " 'Yes, sir, that's it' . "But don't you bear 111 will?' " 'Bless yo" no! ' I was born a dead easy mark, and when I realize that at 50 years of age I still have six acres (o land and two horseg left I am too thankful to bear anybody 111 will Brooklyn Citizen. , Just Now They Are Likely to Be Near Old Logs or Tree Stumps. At this season anglers will find that bass have deserted the shelter of the lily-pads in large measure. They have gone instead to old logs, lying either exposed or buried under a foot or two of water, to the neighborhood of old tree-tops half submerged and to the roots of stumps which still cling to zne bottom near shore. The reason for this is not known positively, but it always happens in late August if the stage of water De normal it is supposed that at tcis time certain larvae or water insects which ding to the old wood are npe for food. It is a fact worQi knowing, because a man may now cast all day among the pads or along the edges ana rpt few strikes or none at all, whereas two or three weeks ago he would have found all the fish hidden among th lilies.' v '-' In every year there are one or two wopfes wlien bass are not to be taken inshore at all and a man who casts for tbpm as they are usually- cast ior gets nothing ;:f or. his .pains. At these times sthe fish are in the deepest parts of the lakes or rivers, Duneu u.y down near the bottom of he holes, eat ns little, taking such live: and" tempt ing food a is- sent down to them very gingerly, aixogeiirer , uuucigums. neriod of sloth and fasting. : . This is supposed to De aue wnoiiy w heat, the water inshore becoming too warm for their comfort and , the heat taking the' appetite out of them. This retirement to deep water happens a- durinef a 'hot dry spell, when there is much sultriness ind the air feels as it were ajthln woolen blanket drawn about the nostrils. THs:Vi nrp Tint avid at such times, but tho ancrter who knows where they have gone can generally get a rainy aeceni string by working for them and trying them wholly in the still-fishing method with things that are alive f rogs, grass hormers. crawfish and such. Still . later in the year, . during the middle of September, the bass wil again desert the logs and tree tops for sandy shallows that have rocks awl pebbles sloping away gradually into deep water. The angler will get his strikes then and get his boat well out and casting so that his lure shall fall just where the shallow water begins to shade. . Probably the bass will be from five to ten feet further in, but, they will see the flash of the lure and come out after it more readily than if it fell nearer to them with its splash. ; v In September bass like the sun, for the nights are cold and the water is at a low ' temperature through the day, and they will continue to haunt the shallows until the film of ice forms over them and they are forced into winter quarters. Free, $5 worth," 50, green trading stamps with the following order at 43c: . 1 lb Ginger Snaps . . .;. .......... 8c 1 box Shredded Cod 10c 1 bar Soap ....................... 5c bottle Blueing ; 5c lb Lemon Souares . . . . . . .... .. . 10c 1 bag Salt 5c Free, $5 ' worth, 50, green trading stamps with the above order at 43c. Free, $5 worth, 250, green trading stamps with the following order , at $2.04: ' ; 1 lb, Gold Medal Coffee ........... 35c 1 lb new, crop Tea 60c 1 lb Jewel Baking Powder . . . 45c 4 lbs best .Prunes 25 2 lbs Ginger Snaps . . . . .". .. . ... 14c 3 lbs Milk Crackers ...... .... .', 25c Free $25 worth, 250, green trading stamps with the above order at $2.04. LOST A cameo pin, lost either on .. Ex change Place or East Main street, Finder please return to Democrat office. ' . f : f' 8-24-3 , TjVDR SALE Very fine Chamber Suits' .r Book , Case and Fine Books, Ward robe, Writing Desks, etc. Bargains. Call from 2 to 9 p. m. 130 North Main. 8-24-6 Free. $10 worth, 100, green trading stamps with the following order at $1: . . lb best Prunes 10c box Shredded Cod ... 0c can Tomato Soup 10c lb Butter .. 30c 1 lb Milk Crackers . . . . . .. . . ... -V 10c 1 bottle Fig Syrup .............. 15c 1 box Sardines .............. . 10c 1 bar Soap . ... .v.. , 5c Free, $10 worth, 100, green trading stamps with the above order at $1. Free, $15 worth,' 150, green trading stamps with the following order at $1.50: . ' 1 lb Jewe.1 . Baking Powder; . .... 45c 1 lb best Butter . 1 pkg Ready Bits 1 jar Jelly . 1 lb Coffee' 2 cakes Scouro - .... 1... 30c 15c 15c 35e 10c Free, $15 worth, 150, green trading stamps -with the above order at $1.50. p : NOT OVER-WISE. There is an old -allegorical picture of a girl scared at a grasshopper, but in the act of heedlessly treading on a snake. This is paralleled by the man who spends a large sum ;, of ; . money building a cyclone cellar, but neglects to provide his faanfily with a bottle of Cbamfberlain's Colic, Cholera tod Diar rhoea Remedy as a safeguard against bowel complaints, wtiose victims out number those of the cyclone a hundred to one. This remedy is everywhere recognized as the most prompt and re liable; medicine in use for 'these dis eases. For sale by all druggists. ' " 5 4 ijf ' The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World. THE BAND IS THE SMOKER'S PROTECTION Groceries . ' ' ' .':f- ':-' i V- '''.'f;' V;:::',';.;:;:.: i' ' ' " : r-'"' ' .': ' :'" Free, $5 worth,-50, green trading stam.ps with 1 bbl'Flour at . $5.25 Free, $5 worth, 50, green trading stamps with 1 ton Coal . 7.25 Free, $6 worth, 60, green trading stamps with 1 lb new crop Tea ' 60c Free, $5 worth, 50 green trading stam.ps with 1 lb Gold Medal Coff ee . , . .'35c Free, $4 werth, 40, green trading stamps with 1 lb Tea 50c Free, $5 worth, 50, green trading stam pg with 1 lb Baking Powder ..... . 45c Free, $2 worth; 20, green trading stamps with Vt gal Ammonia 25c Free, $2 worth, 20, green trading stamps with 4 las Prunes. .1. . . , . . 25c Free, $2 worth, 20, green trading stamps with lb Borax .. ... .. 15c Free, $1 worth, 10, green, trading stam pg with 3 lbs lump Starch . ...... 20c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 cans Blackberries 25c Free, $1, worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 bot Worcestershire Sauce 12c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 bot Extract 10c Free, :$1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 3 lbs Milk Crackers -. 25c Free, $1 wortli, 10, green trading stam pg with 2 lbs Ginger Snaps -14c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 bot Salad Cream ...w. 20c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 large Broomi i... . 35c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 cakes Scouro ....... 10c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 large Mackerel . ........ 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with lb. Chocolate 18c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stampg with 2 bots Catsup 20c Free $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps' with 2 cans Peas ... . .... 25c Freei $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 cans Corii.-. . .. ... ....25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 cans Tomatoes 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 "cans Beets . 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 cans Salmon . 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 lbs Peaches ...U'.'. .Vi. 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 can Tomato Scmp ...... 10c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 box Cocoa . ... 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 bag Flour - 65c TFree, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 lb Fig Bars . I5c Free, $1 Torth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 lb fancy Cakeg i .?15c Free, $1 worth," 10, green trading stamps. with 2 cans Pears . . . . . 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 can Clams . ... ........ .,. 15c Free, $1 worth, 10 green trading stamps with 1 bot Olives .... . .. 15e Free, $1 worth, 10, gnreen trading stamps with 1 box Dried Beef ... .... . 10c Free, $lj worth, 10, "green trading stamps with 2 lbs Soda Crackers '.. .. . 14c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stam ps withjpkg Ready Bits ; . . . . . . 15c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stam pg . with 1 bot Root Beer Extract . . i 10c Free, $1 ; worth, 10, green trading stam pg with 1 pkg Cornstarch ......... ' 10c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 cans Baked Beans .... . 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 boxes Raising ... 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 boxes Currants . ....... 2"5c Free, $l,worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 boxes Dried Apples V..v 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with '2. boxes Cocoanut ....... 20c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 bot Ammonia 10c Free, $1 worth, 10, green tradirg stamps with 6 bars Soap 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 bots Jam .... . .. ... . . 25c Free, $1 worth; K, green trading stamps ; with 3 lbs Rice .............. 25c Free, $1 worth,;i0, green trading stamps jwith 3 lbs Tapioca ....... ... , lRc Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 bot Jamaica Ginger .... 12c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps . with 1 tumbler Mustard ...... 8c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamp j with 1 lb Peanut Butter ...... 18c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with. lb Pepper .. ...... . 9c Free, $1 worth, lf. green trading stamps with 1 doz Nutmegs .. ... ... f . .10c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 lbs Apricots 25c utter, Cheese, Eggs. Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 lb Creamery Butter .... 32c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 lb good Butter 30c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 lb Butter ............. 28c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 lb Butter ............ . 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 2 lbs Lard 25c Free, $1 worth, lO.igreen trading stamps with 1 doz Eggs. Free, 50c worth. 5, green trading stamps with .1 lb Cheese 18c edieities Free, $10 worth,' 100, green trading stamps with 3 bots Peruna ........ .$2.50 Free, $10 worth; 100, green trading stamps with 3 bots L. Pinkham's Com 2.50 Free, $5 worth, 50, green trading stamps with 1 bot Peruna 95c Free, $3 worth, 30, green trading stamps with 1 bot Swamp Root ...... 95c Free, $5 worth, 50, green trading stamps with 1 bot Pierce's Fav Pres .. 95c Free, $5 worth, 50, green trading stamps with 1 bot Saxsaparilla 95c Free, $5 worth) 50, green trading stamps with 1 bot Kennedy's Remedy ..95c Free, $3 worth, 30, green trading stamips with 1 bot Fr John's Med ...... 95c Free, $3 worth, 30, green trading stamps with 1 bot Scott's Emulsion ... 95c Free, $3 worth, 30, green trading stamps, with bot L. Pinkham's Comp . . 95c Free $3 worth, 30, green trading stamps with bot Paine's Celery Comp . . C5c Free, $3 worth, 30, green trading: stamps with bot Pierce's Fav Discovery 95c Free, $3 worth, 30, green trading stamps with box Little Liver Pills ... . 25c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with bot Fr John's Med, small . . 50c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stam pg with hot Scotf s Emulsibn. small 50c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stam ps with bot Fig Syrup. . ........... 15c Free, $2 worth, 20, green trading stamps with bot Beef, Iron,. Wine .... 50c Free, $1 worth, 10, green tradirg stamps with 2 bots Malt Extract 25c Free. $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with bot Swamp Root, small '. . 50c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with bot OastOria 35c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stam pg with bot Bromb Seltzer ........ 25c Free. $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with bot Beef, Iron,' Wine '.... 25c Freei $1 worth. 10, green trading stam ps with box Saxony Tea . . . . 25c Free,' $3 worth, 30, green trading stam ps with bot Blood Purifier ....... 95c Free1, $2 worth. 20. green trading stam ps with bot "Witch Hazel 25c Free. $3 worth; 30 green trading stamps with 1 bot Nervura .......... ,95c Free, 50c worth, 5, green trading stam ps with 1 bot Meilin's Food ...... . .55c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stam ps with 1 1 bottle Root Beer. ..... ,10c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 jar Beef Extract .. .. . ..35c Free, $1 worth, 10, green trading stamps with 1 bot Royal Glue 10c IDIOR RENT 13 Court street (near Sa--L r cred , Heart , church). Five rodms, 4iu per montn. Inquire J. J. 223 South. Main Street. ' Sheehan, 8-24-3 T OST Lady's gold watch, Saturday even ing, under will : receive reward bv returning it to this office. 8-24 TpOR SALE Conlon Brothers property. ii io io zoum mam--street. Also counters, show cases mirrors, and store fur niure. Speak-quick. ' 8 22 tf LjiUK bALt Household Furniture, Car- J-.. pets, etc., commencing Monday Aug. 24, from 9 to 1 1 a, m. Also-carriae'es. har ness and fish peddler's wagon, 52 State street Conlon Brothers. - i :' 8 22 ff DOR SALE A real bargain in -a fourteen J- i room house on Fairview street, if tak en Jn the next ten davs. Also a nice three family residence in the northern part of the city. J. E. Sandiford, 109 Bank street, room 4. 8 20 6 TO RENT Three furnished rooms. In quire at 398 Grand street. 8-20-6 FOR SALE Best Trunks and Umbrellas at very low prices. Trunks and Um brellas repaired. All work guaranteed. 87 East Main street, next to Immaculate. Con ception church. , ..!.!.: 8-8-tf , 4 ; ; , ; LOST A fox terrier pttpr white with brown ' spot. Strayed away from 4 Leaven worth Street. . Liberal reward on returning dog to that number. 8-8-tf "OOR RENT Furnished room,' for men J- , onlv. Aoolv at 38 ScovillvStreet. i -7-13-tf WANTED To-sellabout2osecond-hand Bicycles. Call early and secure a bargain.. . All kinds of repairing done , prpmptlyand-satisfaction guaranteed. Car riage tires , at the lowest prices, J. You- rnans, 251 South Main street. 8-4-ltn DO YOU watita. truss? If;svgo to Water burv Drutr Co. comer East Mainland Spring streets, and get thefadvice of an ex perienced truss man, who has sold hun dreds of tresses -to satisfied 'Customers. 7-9-tf P01 SA.LE-"BrPhy property, at 185 Washington averrae. Inquire on premises- ' 8 226 TO RENT Tenement, first floor, 153 East Main , street. Inquire John Mo riarty.' 8-20-tf (BURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT 50 -L : Linden street ' Inquire ' at 282 North Mam street. 8-15-tf ' "1Ofr ANTED Repairing of all kinds; Bi- ' cycles, Cash Registers, Typewriters, Lawn Mowers, etc, Safes opened. Chas. Messer, Phoenix Ave. . 4-ll-6m WANTED-$5,000 lost on the yacht races, ; and now you are short. Come to Uocie-Green. Cash .advanced cm all per sonal property at easy rates. - if you are a ; winner, then we can sell you a nice dia mond for your sweetheart a ring, if she said yes, a -gold watch and chain that keeps . correct time. Business on tne quiet. Great bargains in unredeemed pledges. Some- v thing, you never saw the like of. M. Green, 233 Bank street , FOUND The right place to get-a good breakfast dinrier or. supper without going too deep Into your pantaloons. Only 20c'for adrntier.or six dinner tickets for $1. Only 15c. for a good breakfast or supper. You can order your dinner to be ready at any hour you wish and you J,wHl get it on the dot. j Avery's Restaurant, South Main street, opposite Union. " 7-8-tf : TO RENT Storage ; rooms. $1 monthly. : Inquire of John . . and $2 Morlarty. 7-7-tf WANTED ThepeppJert Waterbury and vicinity to know that they can get their watehr-clock or jewelry repairing done by B, Ruby, 172iSouth Main street, at very moderate prices. All work warranted to give satisfaction. A full line of watches, clocks and jewelry aftways on-hand. Vf ANTED Old soldiers and widows of. soidiers to know that I secure pen sions without delay. Pejnsion' vouchers ex ecuted. George Robbins, 63'Center street (Post 49, G. i A. R.) ' Insurance, notary public, ' . j. 1231-ly The Union Supply Co 118 South Main St. Telephone 71 1 A Nacgatuck Delivery Tuesday and SMj. 1 aterville Delivery' Monday. HOTEL PROPERTY FOR SALE with 8 acres of land, 20-room house, furnished compJetelargebarncehouse, poultry boose; established for. years. Best of reasons for selling. Located in Wesfcfteld, Sfess. Price $4,500. Terms easy. Open for inspection, re flection and investigation. Consult C, S. Lang, Room 12, 151 Bank St. REJAiL ESTATE. ' ' f I TISTRICT OF WATEBBOBY. SS PRO bate Conrt,.Ani, 24 1903. I Estate of Aiin Reilly, Jate pf Waterbury in said district, deceased. The court of Probste for the District of waterbury hnth limited and allowed 6 months from the date hereof, for the Creditors of said Kstate toexhibit their slaims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be de barred a recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to . Lake fielliy. Executor . New florist Store, JOHN SAXE, . . The wett Known Florist, will open a New, Store at205 South Main street, Wednesday, September 2, with a tiAl line -of palms, ferns and all kinds of " tropical plants. - Funeral designs, ' first ' class , work and- at short notice. 8-25-6 TIMELY TOPICS S500 00 , aown bnys a foor-fMnily house situ ated on Wolcott street;, yearly rental, $504.00; price $4,900; contains all mod ern hnprwements. This,-is worth in quiring Into if lnsteretsed'in buying a home. ' J, T. PHELAJN. 42 Baak Street. ' - - Taka etevator. The Glasgow "Woolen Mills Co is selling a suit or' overcoat made "to-order at $12.75. , . The Curran Dry Goods Co will sell curtains at $1.39 pair and men's neck wear at 17 cents to-morrow. A. F. Cowles Is now showing the new fall styles of millinery. See those stylish trimmed hats he is selling at low prices. ( The Sackett Auction Co wiH have an other big auction sale of horses and wagons to-morrow. K. Dougherty at 145 South Main street is selling washable suits for boys at 25 cents each. The Waterbury 1 umbrella store ' at 153 Bank street is headquarters for the best umbrellas. John J Sheehan, the wine merchant is after $10,000. . Watch his space and see what he has to offer. Miller & Peck's annual clearing sale Is still on. One thousand composition books at one cent each ready for the scholars. The Union Supply Co is going to make Wednesday and Thursday red letter, days this week. See the stamp offers. , ; Holczer, of the Standard shoe house says the shoes (he sells are well put together and consequently wear well. J. G.- Jackie-and Sons advise people in want of shoes, not to wait, but call at once and get first pick of the bar gains. - , The Public market has something to say about meats and groceries in another column. . The Original Boston shoe store Is giving big bargains this week in foot wear. . .' . . i REAL ESTATE CHANCES. A-good livery or sale barn in wesC; end for sale cheap. ' ' A good 4-famfily house cheap. A good business for $900 cash;-will net any live maiu$20Q . per year. Fob sale by . ." P. H CARROLL; Real Estate Man. Odd FeflcW Ba&iing LANNEN & McEVOY, . JUST A FEW. . v ' One-2-famlly house on Park place. . One 2-famfly house on Hillside ave. Three 2-faanily -houses on Btehop-st. Two 2-fiacaIy hooses on Denny &t . House and store on Mill st. . - ) City Building Lots, lc and 2c aj square foot. 340 North Main street corner Sparky' : ,' "THE COJIN3SE." ' .; Sackett Auction Go. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26. 158 So. Main St, Waterbury, Gray Horse, L350 lbs, 9 yrs old. Gray Mare, 1,200 lbs, 8 yrs old. - " Bay Horse, 1,150 lbs. 10 yrs old. Bay Mare, L000 lbs, 9 yrs old. Chestnut Horse, 1,150 lbs, 8 yrs -old. Bay Horse, 1,000 lbs, 5 yrs -old. Brown Mare, 900 lbs, 6 yrs old. Black Mare, 1,050 lbs, 7 yrs old. " Pair Black Mares, 2,000 lbs,. 7 -and 8 yrs old. Thirty other Horses, ' workers and drivers. Two-seated Bnickboard Wagon. 1 Top Carriage in good order. Concord Wagon, new. 1 Grocery Wagon new'.. Express Wagon. ' v. Runabout Wagon, rubber tives. Runabout Wagon steel tires, nav Dump Cart. .. . . . r . , ' , Form Wagon. i ' v .' - Twenty other Wiagons, aU kinds. ; Farm . Harness, double set.' : Bxpresa Harness, "new. , s Double sejt Light Harness. ' :' Fifteen sets other Harness, ' new send second hand. . Entries until time '-of sale. " i GEO. L. CORNWELL, Attctioceer. THE STRIKING TROLLEYMEN. Latest Labor ong. Words by P. J. Dow ling, music ly R. E. Modrow. Has made a hit with all the singers; 25c aopy. For sale at F. H. Lewis & (Go's Music Store. 8-25-6' Made of the Crop of 1900 The Man Who Smokes The JUDGES CAVE CIGAR Is a Lover of Fine Tobacco- p. O. GRAVE New Havosi, Conn. Mil