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WATERBURY, EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY. JANUARY 29, 1904.
V" """ill i,lMrai'i;iiil'lllMii1lilliilli(niinnllllir' 'iiM.h.iFii.li.iiriii a;ir.;;;F;J -PUBLIC IfflARKETl Economy Prices for all v Buyers, Friday ' V and Saturday Rib Roasts of Beef, Pork Loins, by strip, Fresh Shoulders ' ; $r,00 Worth of Stamps with 2 lbs Of Lamb Chops. Trade With the Money savers, I6W63 SOUTH MAIN STREET. v TELEPHONE 110. SEEN BY MARIAN MARNE. him Still to the Fore Brown Promis es to be Popular Color. Th9 fashion wears out more ap parel than the man." or tho wrvmnn father, : but fortunately for her wuose sowns have been conservatively hosen, and all outre and ornate ef fects avoided; no startling! y hovel .hanges are imperative In ' her ward- Skirts, "with thA Ineominsrnf' Milliner tuff, will naturally be more shirred Ihandling will be in the lead. Overlap ping flounce . effects lare having', great. vogue, and multl-flounclngs of siik on the drop skirts are employed to give that "quintescence , of elegance and 'bouuajitry" now so modish. Brown will - unquestionably prove jone of the most prominent, colors- and white will lose nothing of its'- vogue. and is a leader for both elaborate and simple dresses. " A good friend to wo man rt nil' atrost a rA (nmnlPTinnu a nil eiv" " ' " everywhere seen In entire ... costumes,, touches o color are often used- to lad vantage.',. :--..,-':y k .And while om present drooping styles continue and they, seem to' have taken a new lease of life there i no known material that can possibly su- Ironbrew registered Trade Mark. . Bevare 4:. jfi All genuine Ironbrew Eagle Brewed Weiss Beer. mrt fce thi. -sFor Sale at All First Class Cafes. Trademark. JIIMWMWIMMBMwIMiiwwMaMiiiiiipMBgiiuMiiMlll! -lli,ftFT.trJHMl II. JHMliil I1IH MSI IHIIWillUmi !H WHIi'lH, IU -ii iiii i ii -irr 1 r ' " - ' -' "" 0 iW(Q 2VI ENS WO E WATERBURY PROOF, Mrs Joseph J. Drnan of 43 Brook street says: "When living at 82 Union street In January, 1896, -I gave -a reporter who called oh . , me statement about Doan's Kidney. Pills procured at the H. W. , Lake Drag Co a short time previous to his visit The treatment cured me of a very serious kidney complaint. I can only state to day. In August, 1901, over five years after, that I have not had the lightest return of the trouble and the cure that five boxes then ffected has been a most thorough one. For years I had the worst tains anyone could stand through my bacy and kidneys. It was a common occurrence to get out of bed in themorning suffering. My feet and hands were swollen at times about twice their norm?! size, despite the fact that I treated with different doctors in Waterbury, - who told me I bad dropsy. I picked up a paper o je day and reading about Doan's kidney Pills (got herq and three doses relieved me somewhat. I continued their use' until they cured me. The swe'.l-. ; lag-went down in my feet and arms and it has never returned. I havo. recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to a great many and shall ' always do so Ail Drug Stores, 50c Per Box. Foster-Hilburn Co., Buffalo, N, Y 10c 12 and 14 c native 9c lb 8c lb percede silk".' Every day brings forth from our ; silk; looms creations more -beautiful. than the last, in such attrac tive profusion, anl so as one with the mode; that no one can make a mistake in choosing silk for gowns intended for any occasion, however much the models may differ.. ' ; The graceful white gown I have il lustrated shows one of the most Pic turesque and charming possibilities for milady for the coming season. Composed of oyster white peau de crepe, 'the soft lustre of which forms an exquisite background for black vel vet tmreaded white lace insertion, with a white - Breton sailor hat, ' richly trimmed with velvet bands and. one ( sweeping black Ostrich plume, it forms a toilet that wotild lend distinction to the most distingue maid or young ".matron. .-',: -5, ,' o ivc i The other own is made of that -most stylish and durable fabric, silk krash, hi rich golden brown with perfectly matched silk lace insertions running lengthwise between ,the plaits, of the Vnknise, .and heading the flounces on the skirt. .This frock , follows the mouish fancy for the shirt waist suit, which Is establishing itself with much the same Arm hold as has the shirt waist. .Blouses droop a trifle les1 in front,, and belts' are not worn quite so low,, although the moderately straight front models in corsets such as the' C-B a la sprite, show ; no , signs of diminishing in general favor. ' MARIAN MARNE. of imitations of V ' , ' ..... Ironbrew A non-alcoholic life renewer, from the recipe of a celebrated Carlsbad physician. ; t Ironbrew Js a combination of" vegetable tonics and delicious aromatics, enriching -and strength ening the ' blood, muscles, brain, regulating. the I, stomacji and nervous system, .relieving headache, nausea, dyspepsia,, sleeplessness, general debility, and on account of : its life and health renewing properties, the most valuable tonic and delicious beverage ever pffered.to the public. Bottled by Charles Schabel, South Menden, Conn., also It does seem thai women have more than a fair share of the aches and pains that affect humanity; they must "keep up," must attend to daily duties in spite 'of constant aching back, of headaches, dizzy spells, bearing down pains; they must stoop over when to stoop means torture. They must 'walk and bend and do work with . racking pains and many aches from' kidney ills. ; Kidneys cause more suffering than any -other organ in the body. Kep the kidneys well and health is easiry maintained. Read of a remedy for kidneys only, that helps and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by people you know. TH! WRESTLING. ANOTHER CAR NIVAL FOR CITY Kelly of This City and CnaKi of Bridgeport Roach of This City and O'Connell The managers of the recent wrest ling caruivai iu the City hall do not intend to lie idle, for they have ar ranged for another tournament to. be held In City hall about February 17. There will be two star bouts for that evening and two-preliminary contests. All .the arrangements were completed the other night after the first carni val'.' Editor Dick Howell of the Sun day Herald was in Waterbury on that evening and as he is the manager, of Billy Cnaki, the fast and speedy wrestler from ' Bridgeport, a match was arranged between his man arid) John E. Kelly of this city. This will le the principal contest of the even ing. ' It will be straight catch-as-catch-can in , which Kelly may give Cnaki a handicap, or two or three falls in one hour. It will give Kelly a chance to get himself in good trim too, for although he won his match the other night against O'Connell he certainly was not trained down to the 'limit." :' . "'7 " The first of the star bouts will be a corker and no mistake. Jack Roach of this city and Ed O'Connell of New Haven will face each oher for straight catch-as-catcb-can match, best two out of three falls. This is a match that both Roach and O'Connell have long wanted. In fact they were matched few weeks ago and their forfeits were posted, but Rdach unfor tunately hurt his finger and the match had to be called off. Now both will go into active training and this match should be ona of the fast !est ever .seen in Waterbury. ' There will b two more preliminar ies, but thes contestants have, not yet been secured. They may bring to gether wrestlers from Bridgeport, Naugatuck and Derby and each match will -be- so-arranged that the men.will be ; , evenly matched. This will be a tournament which should attract at tention from all oyer the state. v Gotch a Good Manln When Mike Dwyer, Jim Parr, Lun din. Dan McLeod. Charles Wi timer and . other ; wrestlers of r repute were bo'wins: their form around the state of Connecticut, it was told to the .writer, that there was a wrestler in "the west" iby the name of Frank Gotch Who xvouid one day make It interest ing for Tom Jenkins or any of the other big fellows. In fact made the ! statement that, he wquid back Gotch against-Jenkins for any part, of ' $1,- XK). It may have come to pass that Dwyer was not far from the ringside I ill uin uiaiwu , IUH "uici uiui. nucic ! Jenkins got his medicine. At any rate,- his statement has come - true, although at the time it was made it wastaken with a grain of salt Parr After Jenhins. Nate Fenton of Buffalo says he is Willing to back Jim Parr for $500 against Tom Jenkins, the champion wrestler. . i Fenton wants Jenkins to agree to throw Parr twice in , an hour. NEW ROWING IDEA. Cornell Oarsmen Try Courtney? Mir-V-V rcr Without Courtney. Ithaca, N. Y., Jan 29. The large mirror which Coach Courtney, before his trouble with the rowing committee arose, devised for use in the Cornell crew room ' tox sbow . the men j m the freshmen candidates whom C. A. Lueder, '03, is instructing during the illness of Captain Coflln and the ab sence of Coach Courtney. Although the scheme will prove a great help to the coaches, it caused no end of amusement among the men yesterday. The , candidates wei"e brought-to real ize what horrible faces some of them make when pulling a hard oar, and ag a result several left the machine resolved not to row "if they looked like that." The. mirror is expected to be as valuable5 as the camera in showing the oarsmen their faults. Bill Against Norwich. , There ia nothing positive about the fact that the Norwich ball team will play their games 'on what is known as Sachein park another season. Since Norwich has had a league team all the games have been played: there, both before and after the grounds were bought by the St Patrick's church parish. The club has paid the taxes on the land there including alt-the old park grounds, and also the interest on the investment of the par ish, besides making the repairs. This has been done several years, as per agreement. Some persons have dam aged to a considerable extent the building which was the pavilion on the pai-k outside the ball rounds. ..The team has recently been presented with a bill for $200 by Father Treanor for damages to the pavilion. 1 " Rain Water for Complexion. Don't use any but rain water or dis tilled water. Rain water is, in fact, the only water fit to wash the face with. Many beauties of romance owed their charms to its saving virtues. It keeps the skin soft and Velvety and makes beauty last as long as life Itself. Rather Deeply. "Does young Squlggles go much into society?" "Not now. But he did when he first came here. He gotinto it about $2,700, thanks to his pleasing manners and his power of touch." Chicago Tribune. v Jj SPORTINQ BASE BALL. THE PUGILISTS. WHAT ARE OUR CHANCES Jimmy Canavan May De cide to Locate His Team Here in Waterbury Other Notes. ir jimmy canavan cannot get grounds in oe w Haven for the com ing season, he might possibly make arrangements with the business men of this city who have been interesting tnemsejves in the lrauch.se for Water bury. The leaders in the movement here have had several close V confer ences with the Waterbury Traction Co relative to ci-ound and in nil troba bility satisfactory . terms .could be agreed upon between Mr Canavan. the business men in question and the Wa terbury Traction Co. At the present time tue men wno . nave been - trying for base ball in this city do not care to have their names .mentioned . but there is no doubt but that if Mr Cana van or his representative came , to this city a meeting could, be arranced .be tween them. Waterbury wants base ball and would do anything honorable to secure it. Jimmy Canavan i just as popular here as h- is in New Haven and the fans would be lad to see uim here with a team. True, it had been all arranged to have Pete Hall attend to the management of the local team if a franchise were secured, but even Pete Hall would not do anything to prevent base ball coming to this city, though he shouid lose the manage ment A good bas ball team is what is. desired in ' Waterbury, and it ' does not matter much who l at the head of It if the. real article of ball Is given US.-.. s.- . .v. ':: , V . '. , . ... .... This matter' should be straightened out at, once, however, so that all pre parations for grounds, players: etc, could "be completed in time to begin early practice. - By all means let the business -b settled as .soon as possible and Waterbury will welcome o.with open arms a base ball team for the coming season, and will assure the rest of the directors ood patronage If a good team: of players is Becured. -It will be too late to wait unitij after the. polo season is over in ' the west for Jimmy Canavan to come home. It would be almost, impossible then to get grounds in condition and do a whole lot of other things which would be necessary before the season could Lajoie's Home Run. , VThaf story about Brad's home run drive causing a man to sign the pledge reminds me of. a homer by La- joie that made a lifelong drunkard or a man." said Elmer Flick. "The old Philadelphia Nationals were playing in Chicago and an ultra fan in the grand Stand had $900 up that Chicago would win. The score was G to 3 in Chicago's favor at the beginning of the ninth, and the fan began betting 5 to 1 against us until everything he had on earth was pledged. "Chicago's pitcher went up in the air In the ninth, after striking out the first two batters, and passed the next three. Then up came Larry, who with two strikes called on him, hit one clear over the fence into one of those free observation , towers away out east of the park.. , I . "The man with his life's savings on the game rushed to the nearest saloon and drowned his sorrow and has kept on drowning it ever since." When Frank Bancroft was the man ager of the old Cleveland club he-ar ranged an exhibition game for a Sun day afternoon at a small town on the Ohio river. . "The church bells were ringing when We opened the gates," says Banny, "and as there were two ,or three men standing about in a suspi cious sort of way, I asked, the mana ger of the home team : if diere. was any danger of the game being stop ped." .; ' ,-' . "No, I guess there ain't" he said. "That's the village constable taking tickets at the main' gate, and that fel low in the box office ; selling paste boards Is the mayor." Last winter at this time they had Lajoie dyltag, yet he rallied and man aged to lead the American league In batting. This winter he weighs 205 pounds, more than ever . before, and is in the best condition of his life. American league groundkeepers had better take notice and begin to prop up their fences. Philadelphia North American. ' . Manager O'Neill will have chairs placed in the center section ' of ,the Springfield grand stand next season to accommodate the women who attend the games. . Batch and MsCprmack will .both go south with the Brooklyn team and get the benefit of several weeks' prac tice with the big ' leaguei'S. Manager Ilanlon says he wants McCormack, and be may decide to' take Batch asl well. - '.., Doheny, the pitcher of the Pitts burg; team, and one of the hest left handers In the business, i8 an inmate of the Danvers insane hospital and is doubtless put .of the came for good. His ailment is very similar to that which afflicted the late Martin Bergin when he was a member of the Boston National league club. .Heine Batch is keeping -in condition by .driving a team for bis brother, who Is in business in Brooklyn. Manager Collins announces that he has signed about half his team for next season, and that Shortstop Par ent is not for sale, although Comlskey of Chicago has offered $15,000 for him. The team will do its spring training in Macon, Ga. . Cherry Pectoral for colds, coughs, bronchitis, consumption. We have been saying this for 60 years. And so have the doctors. J.C.AfetCo., ,Mi. Nl W WAS IT A FAKE FIGHT? Ryan Clearly Outpointed O'Brien and Rumor Says 0 'Brien Tried to Double Cross. Many who saw tb.4 tight between Tommy Ityaa of Syracuse and Phila delphia Jack O'Brien in Quakertown. on Wednesday night said yesterday that if the battle had been a ten or fifteen round affair Kyan would have won decisively. Ryan, according vto students of pugilism, displayed all ot his former, marvelous scientific skill and something more. . Instead of be ing a back number, as O'Brien ajid many others believed, Kyan showed that he is still one of the greatest it not thef greatest, boxers in the world. Furthermore, Ryan, did not hang out the white flag even when O'Brien knocked him; ; . down. Instead, he came back with whirlwind fighting, coupled, with craftiness and phenom enal head work- which simply, swept the Philadelphian off his feet. In the last '-two rounds Ryan made his man look like a schoolboy amateur. He put it aH'over the Quaker, and at that, did not once cut himself - loose to the limit. . O'Brien t walked into a heat trap. Ryan led him on, and Jack fought to the best of i his ability In .;early : rounds It was in ithis way that Ryan learned O'Brien's stylo, which at first inspection was a puzzle to the Syracuse man. v But once Kyan knew how to get through his oppon ent's defense it was all over. Science in Ryan's case proved invincible, for without clever discernment and su perb ring tactics he would probably have been beaten by his younger and more-aggressive rival. In Ryan's performance fighters should learn a lesson: Once upon a time he engaged in i a fight at Maspeth with a friend and pupil, Kid McCoy, who assured him that he was in no condition to enter the rfng. Ryan therefore took matters easy in ' his training camp and was most beautiful ly double-crossed in the ring. McCoy was in superb condition and literally cut Ryan to pieces. After the mm Ryan, who did not have a penny t.t the time, took a solemn oath that in future he would , never enter the ring unfit, and would also save all the money heeould',c make." To-day the Syracuse man is worth close to $100, 000, and is -still able to earn more by his physique and brains. Ring follow ers are ready to give to Ryan the credit for being about the best middle weight in the world, unless old Fitz should be able to reduce to 158 pounds And challenge him, something regard ed as improbable. It is generally be lieved that if Ryan should -decide cut into the light heavyweight class, say at 165 pounds, he would make things hum for Georare Gardner and others. , But would - he consent to tackle Joe-Walcott at catch weights? They say that W'alcott. who revels in fighting middle and heavyweights, though he tips the scale at 145, is still willing to mix it up with the man irom ayracuse. . WasitaFaKe? The following story of the, Kyan and O'Brien bout would remind tne sports of Waterbury back, in the good old days when Mike Burns, now. de ceased, tried to double cross La Blanche, "the Marine." on City hall stage and met with defeat. This story of. that Philadelphia bout comes from good authority, and here it is: It was O'Brien's show. He en gaged Ryan to light, him. Of course (O'Brien couldn't figure on the bill beads, and Bert Crowhurst was nom inated as the master of ceremonies. O'Brien gave Ryan' $2,500 to put on the gloves , with him. It didn't mat ter what happened, . this was: Ryan's hire. ' It was a business partnership. Con sequently: the Pht; so far as the pub lic, who paid tn . rreignt, was con cerned, was a take. But two such wise persons s O'Brien and Kyan f ully intended ., to. give the public a good exhibition for tuelr rnney they did. Th. house, being a Fhuaapipma house, was with O'Brien, and its crie of encouragement got the better ot O'Brien's business sensev lie coppeu Tommy a hard one and dropped him. That was Jack's mistake. Ryan, the fnxm- thine- that ever wore nguuim shoes, didn't know whether he was up against the double cross or not. It would be a big feather in the cap ot O'Brien to put away such a topnotch er as Ryan. When Tommy sot to his feet no ren Into a clinch, and then said to his business partner: v "You waut to tight, ehV weii, ru give you all the ii?ht you want." And he lmmediaieiy procecaea n make good his word. Ho jwst simply made a 1001 Jack's leads and with solid rips to the s'OTjach had O'Brien gasping and wondenng why . he had ever engaged such a thoughtless boxing mate. He put O'Brien out in tne mm round. After savin s hi in by a short bell,, they manazotl. to iret O'Brien on hU ftit so that lie could Bhow for the sixth. Rvan. having beaten him, realized tue partnership again and allowed bia vic tim to stay through the nmu rouau. When they left the ring Ryan was as fresh as when they entered it. O'Brien was so sick that he could hardly walk. Terry M'Govern's Store. TVvrrir fOovrn has wea-fifd f t.he fortunes of the ring and the race track and has cone into business. He has opened a delicatessen store over in Brooklyn and is displaying tare skil In slicing cheese, ham and corned beei with an immense carter, ills foot work behind the counter when hard pressed by customers ia lightning Itself, while the way he wrestles with barrels of sitsr and flour shows that he - still possesses the strength of a young giant. Thi3 l the game," said Every woman who is Inter- . ested .in any ppy or man will be interested . . , in our stock. 89-93 BANK STREET ! 80-82 S outh Main St WASH BOILERS High Grade,; Oopper o & IX S XX' (a littl Heavier) Q XX & Galvanized Boiler PENNER'S, Telephone 168-4. Terry the other day. "It's a business that will keep. me quiet and is a sure thing. No more race horses for me. Tney've trimmed me good, but Tve a few dollars left. Will I fight again? Maybe. But the new store has got me so worked up that I've no .time ( to think of the ring." And the former featherweight champion of the world hurried away. .to deal out weinerwurst, sauerkraut, potato salad and pickles to hurrying customers. , An Easy Battle. Philadelphia, Jan 2a. There Ta nothing exciting about the wind-up at the Broadway JL O. last night. It was between Owen Ziegler and Billy Far- ren. A cotiple of body punches took all. the life, out of Ziegler, but before that he had done enough damage to Farren's jaw and face to make him little careful. The result' was that Parren wasi unable to follow up his ad vantage at any time. In the seml-wind-up Kid Fitzgerald and Howard Wilson went six slow rounds. x Honors were nearly even. If anythin g, - Wil son .had a ffhado on Fitzgerald. Place in Doubt. It looks now. as if Jimmie ' Ooff roth would get the Corbett-Britt fight after all. The Hayes Valley i Athletic club finds itself unable to live up to Its con tract to seat 7,o6o people without an expenditure of $10,000,. whicH they do not ewe to lay out, seeing a financial loss if they do. Hart and Jeffries. Many ring followers believe that Marvin ' Hart of rxuisvllle will ulti mately, meet Jeffries for the heavy weight championship. Uut the fact re mains that in order to secure such an important match Hart must first measure arms with Fitzslmnions, who still believes that he Is the best pugil ist in the world, bar the champion. If Hart' should defeat Fitz or get a draw with him, he would be in line for the championship, yet at the same time he might be confronted by Jack Munroe or Tom Sharkey, whichever wins the coming mill at Philadelphia.' Jeffries is always Teady to fight, but1 it is a safe bet that he will make - his chal- J lenger. fight among themselves before he makes & selection. Hart is young and is growing heavier every day. He is a terrific hitter, but is only fairly clever. He will have to improve In many ways before he can expect to hav-e a chance with Jeffries or even a look in with Fitz if the latter's hands are strong. Bnt if toberfs mau leys" should go back on him again he would not be able to fool an opponent like Hart, who would , probably sail for a climax without further delay. Sharkey, if he whips Munroe, will surely challenge Jeffries, but. he may find both Fitz and nart In hi way, unless Jeff decides to take the burly sailor on regardless. At any rate, Jef fries will have to defend his title again within the next six months, or sport ing men will miss their guess. NOTICE The Board of Relief of the Town of Waterbury will be In session Monday, February 1, a f City hall, from 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5, and 7 to O p. m., to hear appeals from the doings of the asses sors' and attend to any other duties of the office. - IMRI A. SPENCER, MARTIN F. PERKINSON, . JOHN HEALY, ' 1-23-7 Board of Relief, Young pen's Suits and Overcoats Odd lots and sizes left from oUf. s Challenge Sale. Suits,; Overcoats $460 6.60 See our .windows for the be?t barcainsin the city 'this ' week. They have . got to .i go before in- ventory. ., . . Full Weight, Bottom. I.BO 1.75 : ' l.OOl 66 - 78 SOUTH MAIN DXSTOIOT Or WATKHBUBT,' . JrobW Estate of Martin P. Lwlor late of Watr tour j in jd district, deceased.. 1 ITnnn h annliiuf.iAn Mq.t, a t . i j - jr r ' -.. a u.niur turn istrstion my b srranted on said eite aud an InBtrumwQt in writing purpomnsr to be the last will and test ment of said Mania P X.aior, deceased.' may bo proved appro-red.' aUotrctl and admitted to probate as per application on tile more fully appears. It la I Ordered, Tbat said application be nearu and . determi'ncM? ki. ihm ' PrnWtW run. irr.. bury In aid district. ta tna th daT of Feb-A. D. 1904 at 10 o'eloek in the forenoon and (hat ao tie be trlren ot the pendeney of said applloataon and the tlma and plaoe "of heartn thereon. bT publishinf the same three tlmea la some news paper - having a circulation In said dUtriot, and and by pogWng- a copy .thereof, on the pubiie ' alga-post in the town of Waterbury In said district,- -r. ' ., . 1 ; - Eobert A, Low, Judge. If you see the name KflBMO. it's a tooth powder. Bnough said. Price 85c. 1 ' v' For sale by. Apothecaries' Hall Co.v NOTICE Concerning Heating Upon Cheshire Street Railway Company for Approval of Plans aad Lo cation of Said Street . Railway Co's i Tracks. . V The Board of Commissioner oft Public Works, of th City of Watws bury, to which was referred, by thl Board of Aldermen of said WaterburyJ January 18, 1904, the petition of the Cheshire Street Railway Company, bearing date January ll,x1904. ap1 praying for the approval of Its' modi-' fled plans for the location of an elec-, trie railway; commencing at th preU ent terminus of the trackB.of the Con-j necticut Railway & Lighting Company on East Main street in the City of Wa terbury, thence along said East Main street and' the xtension thereof, to the angle in the highway just east" of the entrance - to - Calvary . cemetery, thence along private "way in a-direct, line to Wedge's corner, so called, crossing: over -the upper Cheshire road; thence oil: Private way in an, easterly direction, on the northerly side of tho Plank road, so called, anrti of the Middletowri, Meriden '& Water, bury railroad,, to the division Jin be tween the towns of, Waterbury' and Cheshire; hereby give notice that itt -will be in session at the City Hall tiu nex, so called, on the t'orner of Leav-i en worth and West Main . streets, on Tuesday afternoon, February 2, 1904, at 4 p. Tom-for the- purpose of bearing all persons interested ;lni and affecte by said petition. i - Dated at Waterbury, this 27th day of January, 1904. Board of Commissioners of Fubli Works. , GEORGE H. NETTLEIOXt City Clerk. 1 TAKE ; Deane'sA jj J j WB SELL THE7J. ,