The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts on August 25, 1892 · 3
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The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts · 3

Pittsfield, Massachusetts
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Thursday, August 25, 1892
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NUMBER 7G. THE BERKSHIRE EVENING EAGLE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1892. CTitg II otto. The Dust Will not Trouble people For a day or two, And that la one consolation to be derived from a rainy day. An arc light has been placed on the corner of Columbus avenue and Ooota street. A large number from this city attended the re union of the 49th regiment at Will-iamatown today. The work of building a new concrete walk on the north aide of Linden street, began, yesterday. It i reported that Redmond Welch and Jlichael Drennan have purchased a saloon in Danbury of Patrick Buckley for $1,800. Rev. Dr. Clymer's subjects for next Sunday will be, In the morning, "Courage, be , not afraid ;" In the evening, "The Blood of Jesus." J. F. Cooney baa sold over $200 worth of tickets for the Bernhard LIsteman concert, to be g yen at Central hall, September 7. It Is said by a person In a position to know, that the Boston & Albany railroad -company will begin work on the Curt streat cut, September 4. t The largest crowd of the season listened to the Germanla band's excellent concert at the park, last evealug. I he program was the finest given thla season. . W. II. Perkins of the Third National bank, has a "King's Daughters' pin, plckei up on the south shore of Pontoosuc lake. The owner can secure it by calling on Mr. Perkins. ' J Rev. Dr. Clymer of the Methodist church is to occupy the Renne house on Francis avenue, formerly occupied by Dr, fiawyer. Dr. C!y Tier's family will come to Flttsfleld In September. The Boston and Albany railroad are to run an excursion train from North Adams ; to Pittsfleld and return, Labor day, con sectlng with the excursion train to and from Springfield. The fair will be about one half the regular rates. Many attractions are offered at Pleasure Beach on Saturday Aug. 27, for the ben efit of the patrons of the grand excursion which leaves this city on that day at 6 :40 a. m., making stops at Lee, South Lee, Housatonic and Great Barrlngton. Round trip tickets are only $1.50, which can be had at Talbot Brothers,' Nugent's. Wood Bi others and Manning's drug store. La Rue is the man who will furnish the large tower clock in the Crane Memorial, Dalton. Tomatoes 10c, 3 for 26c, at Garvin's. OUR ELECTRIC INDUSTRY. line on Which It Promise To; Have JLarge Growth, The electrical industry which was inaug urated in Pittsfleld a year or two ago with the advent of the Stanley Electric Manu facturing company, is prospering finel; and Its steady growth is a matter of con gratulatlon not only to its organizers, but to every citizen of this goodly city. The announcement has been made that the Stanley company Is to occupy the balance of the big Morton building on Clapp ave Jiue. and while that of course signifies growth, it does not give any ral indication of how the concern is really branching out ' There has iust been shipped from the Stanley shop,a 500 light transformer, which fact is Important to a degree best realized by the electrical word. When the Stanley company was organized, 50 light transformers were the rule, although 100 light machines were made- To get higher service than this it was neccssary to bank or concentrate the small transformers. The Stanley company has tU"!cceeded In turning out this large transformer which has an" .efficiency of from t6 to 97 12 or thereabouts. , To get the same result by banking five 100 light' machines, the efficiency would be reduced to 80 and fhe saving gained by the larger machine, is very great. The Stanley transformers are acknowledged to be the best In the market, and uo? that the large ones are succesff ullymade this branch of the busi ness promises to grow to large proportions. But it is not alone in the field of transformers that the Stanley company seems to hae a future. Mr. Stanley has invented and his company has constructed a new motor, which, if successful, means a great ileal to the company and to Pittsfk'ld. The construction of this motor permits the transferring of the power a long distance ou small wires. This result is partly made useful by the aid of the Stanley transform er, and therefore the success of the mo tor means that the making of transformers will be given a great impetus. Thus far .the , new motor has worked well, but there yet ' remain for it many tests before its efficien cy is fully demonstrated. should it meet with the expectations of Mr. Stanley, ft would insure for Pittsfleld an industry which would far exceed the capacity of the present home of the com- . . pany in the Morton building. TROTTING ENTRIES rr tha llark.htra Aarloultural rair Bum. The entries for the trotting races of the Berkshire agricultural fair doeed Saturday, and the list guarantees tome excellent races. There are some 47 entries, and these added to the entries for the colt stake races,makes a total of some 75 entries for the various events. The list of entries is as follows : Wednesday, Sept. 14. 3.35 CLASS, pCRSB $200. I. W. Smith, Lee, b s Cornwall. ' A. H. Stickles, West Stockbrldge, b s Sam mil. John. J. Hornbeck, Falls Village, Ct., b g Cornwallls. Edwin Hurlburt, Great Barrlngton, b g Dr. Carver. E. C. Watklns, Hinsdale, br g Er C. J. J. Webster, Pittsfleld br m Hazel. A. F. Dodge. Pittsfield, ch g Carlos. " A. F. Dodge, Pittsfleld, ch s Beaumont. Fatherland farm, Byfleld. ch m Tootle G. Fatherland farm, Byfleld, blk g Arthur. three: MIXCTK CLASS, PCRSK $200. F. B. Cassin, Kinderhook, N. Y., b s Shelby. Chas. A, Hill. New York, b h C A. S. A. L. Phillips, ; West Stockbrldge, b s Doctor Wilkes. Cha;.'F. Barton, Valatle, N.J Y., Blue Bell. O. J. Brusle.JGreat Barrlngton, br s, Ben Ostrander. 8. W. Tillotson, Lenox, b g, David L. W. G. Clahasey, Lenox, b m, Lady Har vester. ' J. J. "Webster, Pittsfleld, Charlie Wilkes. A. F. Dodge, Pittsfleld, b s, Carl Ander son. A. F. Dodge, Pittsfleld, b m Lotta B. Fatherland Farm, Byfleld, b s, Lom bardy. Fatherland Farm, Byfleld. b g, Ethan. Friday 6ept. 16 .' 2:40 class, pirse $200. I. W. Lmlth, Lee, b s. Cornwall. E. C . Watklns, Hinsdale, br g, E. C, J. J. Webster, Pittsfield, br m. Hazel. A. F. Dodge, Pittsfleld, b m, plga A. F. Dodge, Pittsfleld, ch s, Beaumont. Fatherland Farm, Byfleld, b g, Tommy Fatherland Farm, Byfleld, b s, Callisto. 2 :50 class, PCK8E $200. F. B. Cassin, Kinderhook, N. Y., b s Shelby. Charles A. Hill, New York, bhC. A. 8 A. L. Phillips, West Stockbrldge, b s Doctor Wilkes. I. W. Smith, Lee, c g Chester. O. J. Brusle, Great Barrlngton, br s Ben Ostrander. A. F. Dodge, Pittsfleld, b m Lotta B A. F. Dodge, Pittsfleld. g m Lady Hart ford. Fatherland Farm, Byfleld, b s Callisto. Fatherland Farm, Byfleld, b g Little Ethan. FREE FOR ALL, PCRSE $300. Major R. Honest John A. H. Stickles, Sam Hill. Edwin Hurlburt. Great Barrington, b g Dr. Carver. J. J. Webster, Pittsfield, r m Cheplts, F. M. Dodge, Pittsfleld, b s H. J. Rock- well. A. J. Dodge, nttsficld, ch g Carlos Fatherland Farm, Byfleld, blk g Arthur. Fatherland Farm.Byfield, ch m Tootle G Fatherland Farm, Byfleld, Honest lien. The entrlei for the running races, which will take place on the last three days of tte fair,, do not close until September 10. LOVE AND POLITICS." Mlaa Acaaa Haraden to Opaa tha Aead- ar Wadnaadaj Kvaalog. The season of 1892-93 will be opened at the Academy next Wednesday evening. when Miss Agnes Hem don will appear la her new play "Love and Politics." Miss Berndon appeared bere last year la "La Belle Marie," and delighted one of the biggest audiences of the year. Miss Herndon is opening a number of New England play houses this year, and Manager Stempson Is fortunate in securing her for the opening attrac tion at the Academy. Iftllf BRIEF PERSONALS. H. Cullen it visiting friends is Little MIa Ague! lierudon. The play of "Love and Politics" In which Miss Herndon will appear, has attracted widespread attention In consequence of ts last act, wherein the heroine at a political meeting, mounts the platform la defense of her husband who Is absent, and who bad been assailed by the previous speaker. It is a Stirling episode and in Miss Herndon s hands it Is stirringly rendered. The speech it self la noteworthy at this t'mp.J ht n labor troubles have been so prominent in the public mind, for the relations of labor to capital is one of the ideas brought out most forcibly by the lady orator. TIE SHERIhF MATTER. Hlgby, Port Chester, N. Y. Vest Stock bridge, b s jLa Rue's. 18k gold not cast . gold rings are wrought PITTSFIELD HORSES- the ltig Chttt- COLUMBUS AVENUE GRADE. Conaidarlna- The Plan of Catting Down ' Tha Grade. The matter of grading Columbns avenue from Bobbins avenue to River street is now under consideration by the board of public works. The order which passed the dty council last year calling for a cut of at least three feet on Columbus avenue be tween Bobbins avenue and River street, Is thought by some of the members of the board Of public works to be too much of a cut and thev are therefore coin? to ask the city council to consider the question of the advisability of enforcing that order. . In an interview With one of the abutters on the street he says : ' If the city wishes to relieve itself of claims for damages on that avenue, which will amount to about $ 15,000, they must make a cut of more than three feet at points on that avenue, which shows a fill of over four feet in some places." I,t is hoped that the avenue can be graded so as to relieve tha city of these claims as it does not seem as though the demands of the street wonld warrant the paying of any such damage. Sweet Garvin's. potatoes 3 quarts for 25c at Bartlett pears 10c a quart, at Garvin's. Smatbup on tha B. and A. A freight train broke in two and the two sections collided near the bridge about a mile east of Washington depot at 3 :30 o'clock this morning. The collision smashed some of the cars so badly, that they were burned np to get rid of them, and the road was completely blocked for several hours. The early train carrying the Springfield papers, due here at 6 o'clock, reached the depot at 1 1 :40, and other trains were correspondingly delayed, o ow was injured by the accident. Entered far the Kacet at ham Fair. The entries for the races at the coming fair at Chatham, N. Y., closed Saturday night, and some 115 horses and colts weie entered, this being an almost unprecedented- ly large number, Among the entries, we find the following from this city. j First Iy, Tuesday Sept. 6, 1898. YEARLING STAKE RACE for Foal8 of 1891. Meadow Farm, ch colt Adams, by Aris- tides. Meadow. Farm, ch colt Hianatb, by America. Meadow Farm, br colt by Almont, Jr. Meadow Farm, b filly Omemee, by Sun ny Clime, i Meadow Farm, r f Sahwa, by Arlstides. 2 :40 race: Purje $250. A. F. Dodge, b m Olga. , A. F. Dodge, ch s Beaumont J. J. Webster, br m Hazel. " j ' , Second Day. Wednesday, Sept. Jf; TWO-YKAB-OLD STAKE BACK. ',- A. D. Gale, b m Clara Renne, by Chas- terlard. Meadow farm, b f Shaw-Shaw, by Jacobin. Meadow farm, b f Dahlnda, by Sunny Clime. THREE MIXTJTE RACE PURSE $200. A. F. Dodge, b s Carl Anderson. A. F. Dodge, b m Lottie B. J. J. Webster, Charley Wilkes. TWO TWENTY-FIVE RACE TROTTERS PACERS-Purse $400. A. F. Dodge, ch g Carlos. J. J. Webster, rn m Cheplta. Third Dur, Thursday, Sapt. 8, 189. THREE YEAR -OLD. BTAKERACE Meadow Farm, Pittsfleld, Mass., b f Pink, by Alcantara. A. D. Gale, Pittsfleld Mass., b m Ella Rene, by Chastelard. ' TWO THIRTY FIVE RACE-PuTBe $200. S. J. Webster, br m Hazel A. F. Dodge, ch g Carlos. A. F. Dodge, ch s Beaumont. Fourth Day, Friday, Sept. 9th. J FOrB-YEAB-OLD STAKE RACE. A. D. Gale, b m Vera, by Chastelard. Meadow Farm, b m Bljue, by Alcyone two-fifty race Purse $250. A. F. Dodge, b m Lotte B. A. F. Dodge, g m Lady Hartford. FREE FOR ALL TROTTERS AND PACERS , Purse $400. A. F. Dodge, b s II J. Rockwell, A. F. Dodge, ch g Carles. Judge Rnblnaon , apeaka w Good Wnrd for Major Merriam. The North Adams Transcript of yester day contains the following interesting article regarding the republican nominee for the office of sheriff : The Importance of the office of high sheriff in its bearings upon the politics of the county naturally excites a wide interest in the struggle and the candidates for nomination. We recently called attention to the merits of Officer Fuller and his qualifi cations for this position, and we still retain our estimate of his character and fitness, but a new candidate has appeared whose ability and availability must lie considered. This candidate i Major F. W. Merriam of this village. His name is suggested by leading republicans in northern and central Berkshire as a man of admirable qualifications for the position and of exceptional popular strength. Sheriff Crosby has many advantages in the contest, and the republicans must select their strongest man to secure a vic tory. Major Merriam has many claims to popular support, lie has excellent practical ability, attractive manners, a wide experience with men and affair?, remarkable self command, courtesy and courage. He has a fine record as a soldier, and Is a memlier' of th a Grand Army. He is an a'.'complishcrf! architect aud builder and some of the most attractive buildings in our village w re built after his designs and under his directions. He is now a member of the inspection department of the, police force of the state. Laving charge cf factories and public bulldlDgs. In this position he has exhibited marked efficiency, vlgllence and fidelity, and at the expiration of his term Governoi Russell promptly re-appointed him although several democratic applicants desired the place. He is regarded as one of the most valuable members of that im portant force. We need hardly assure republicans that the Major-Is a republican of unswerving faith and fidelity. There Is no doubt that Major Merriam would receive the united and enthusiastic support of the republicans Of this district and a large vote in this town. He has no enemies and no vulnerable points for attack, but has a large range of affinities and the respect of all parties. It is the belief of the republicans who present the name of Major Mer riam, that he Is the strongest man yet named and that there are good reasons for the conviction that his nomination would sweep the county. This is a question that the republican convention will carefully consider. Remember that Crosby will make a stout fight and that his trained deputies will do their best to elect him. Other things being equal, the republican convention should nominate the man who will best unite the republican party and attract the largest vote. , AND Prohibition Convention. The prohibitionists of the county will hold their conventions at Ethel hall tomor row morning at 11 o'clock. They are to nominate candidates for sheriff, county commissioner, two special county commis sioners, three commissioners of Insolvency ! and if the attendance warrants candidates for representatives will also be named. Mrs. E. Dal'on, Miss Norrie Dolphla Is spending a few months in Boston. Miss Daisy Wlllard is home from a sojourn at Nantucket John Drew of Hartford. U visiting la parents in this city. Mls Belle R. Van Bergan Is spending a week in Tyrlngham. Miss Emma Corta of South Schodack, is vUldng friends In this dty. John Barry has accepted a position with Curley, McCormkk & Joyce. Miss Nellie Flanagan baa returned home after visiting friends in Ghent. Frank Webster is spending his vacation at his home at East Nassau, N. Y. Dr. and Mrs. George M. Wentworth, returned yesterday from a trip to Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. White of Chicago are the guests of Mrs. T. II. Richardson. Mrs. Martha Metcalf is visiting her soa and friends for a fortnight at Springfield. Miss Blanche Dcdertck Is visidng at George Sornbcrger's, North Chatham, N. Y. Mlssee Nellie and Lizzie Buckley of New York are the gue&ts of Mrs. P. W. Ooe wey. Officer Van De Bognrt, after spending hit ten days' vacation in Iludaon. it again on duty. Miss F. I . Thomas of New York la the guixt of Mrs. L. U. Bugbce at the American. Eugene W. Backrmn returns tsnlijht after a three weeks' trip as fir west as Ifcn-ver. L. S. Baumgarten and wife and Mies A. C. Miller of Toledo, Ohio, are at the American. Minnie Davis Is visiting at West Lebanon with her mother, Mrs. George Marshall. ' " . -W. G. Hayes has resigned Lis portion at the American hotel, and goes to work at Maplewood. Miss Lillian Howard has returned from her vacation spent at North Brook field and Worcester. Miss Mary Doyle of Daniels avenue, has returned from a three weeks' sojourn at Nantasket Beach. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Pomeroy will give a recepdon, tomorrow evening, for their guest, Miss Fowler of Buffalo. Edward Joyce has returned from a short trip to Springfield, and has resumed his position at L. B. Simon's clothing house. John McLaughlin, the - popular young clerk at Stanton's, left today for a two- weeks' visit In Hartford and Providence. Rev. W. W. Fenn, formerly pastor of Unity church In this city, will preach Sunday at the Grand Army rooms at Great Barrington. John Smith formerly a popular deTk at Manning's drug store, and now a resident of Ware, Is soon to be married to Silas Hall of Chelsea. Timothy O'Brien has resigned his position as clerk with Curley, McCormlck & Joyce, and has accepted a similar one with Llnnehan Brothers. Lorenzo Peaslee, Esq., son of William Peaslee of this place, has been a guest of his father the psst week. Mr. Peaslee Is one of the progressive and 'successful merchants of Pittsfield. Chathim Courier. II. n. Huycksof New York, one of the guests at Maplewood, while playing lawn tennis yesterday, slipped and fell, badly spraining his right knue. He was taken to his horte th s morniDg. David L. Evans left last nltiht to attend the big jkjw-wow of the Red Men at Gloucester. He will attend the meeting of the Grand Council of Red Men in Bton, tomorrow, as a representative of Mohcgan tribe of this city. Edward Schale dii'd at his home on Division street this morning after a long Illness. He was TS rears of atre and an oil resident of Pittsfleld. He leaves a wlf. and' three daughters. The funeral will take place from tr, Josephs church Stur-dayJ morning at 3 o'clock. Announcement is made of the engagement of Karl O. Cyrus' of Carl Hydren's drug store, to Miss Matilda L., the oldest daughter of Jacob Gimlich. The young people are to be married Thursday, September 8 at the bride's home, and scores of friends will join in the heartiest congratulations. Albert Pujlbll and Dr. F. A. Myrick of the New York Bicycle club and W. II. Francis and J. II. Marsh of the Massachusetts Tourists of Boston were In this city over night. The New York wheelmen rode from their home to Boston and are now rc-turnirg with the Boston wheelmen as their guests. Metaa4letrCra Choir. About 75 persons gathered at the Method tl church last evening In rcapoaae to the Invitation concerning the propnaed cborue choir. The choir gallery was full ; sereril were seated on the pulpit platform, and s'ill others were provided with sea '4 la the gallery. Several hymns were rebeaxaed, and regular rclx-aruia were arranged for. Prof. Llddle la the leader, and J. Arthur Burbank Is president of the choir orgtnl ration. J. R. Newman & Sons. Celery 5c a bead, at Garvin's. 1770 Pittafield Rue's spoons at La "Obaeara." Hat Natlrabla. In yesterday's edition of the Sprlccflcld Republican there appeared an Item la the Fltufleld locals that a player named Knox had been secured by the local baae bail team, and would play today agalDet the Waterburys. The Journal cooscirtstiously copied It evening without Irjqulriog Irto the matter at all. Manager Williams, WE AHE CLOSING OUT. DO such player had been rn raxed by tlra sod that the team that woukl be prtwcuwl la the next game would l-e the ooe rwo-tiooed In hut evening's Eagle All llslit weight soods. when spoken to about it this morninr. aalj at gTCatl J rCtlllCCil JITIcCS. lou are'rather in danger of belli? left If you don't hurry up. We haven'i any time to lose, neither have you. Within 10 days we must close out our stock orsummer Clothing. Fall goods are arriving and e need Custom honne Cfrun effectively r-fut the cfitold itory that prot-ction hua destroyed our f rt-in trade. Under the tariff law of lv.0 iur export trad incrvaM-d pt-r cent., and tiieexjrt vt Grt-at Britain the lame trtoI, ondi-r Democratic frw tPade tariff, d rvv-d. Z per cent Governor McKinley. LADIES READ THIS T TOt al Gentleman and Lady Frienit F0U LAWD-1 L tie. KfcaaEaataa- aaaS 4.aaat- FOU GENTLEMEN Sr an4 Uair rnta a a l-inlmr a I rr 1 1 1 trtktM at imiataia prfcaa Sa a. T. H. ROBERTS. Kfwr. aSJlMfe, a IIHMUnat. Lae tm It Slav aa4.W all ra att 14 larM 41 HOUSE PAINTING F'apa-r hui, Hare Wa4 run av nrtia it a a - JJUKX trifOXXCLL. CranrlH, rratlaaa, Taaa. CaaT . r . to rtuH tTntrr II o at a K lusillfi Laaaa a- titof - ax.-".. -r-Ta r I- aC SMftatSH 11 S at a f . -at rAXCY OCHJDS. W.f-U)-aTT. rwa. jh. Ti ia a4 . t "" ar w-i tm US II. St. SVaBSall .14 n SM, f. t. L!t ?-H V td, M (aaa 1 -a. r. c lr n. r u. aacm. I' " l tr 1-a i vca maia kukat4 i tj m MMi&nt. : , a. IX oniov oct tan tui ia.ii 4 la every day the room. O'Rrlrn-In tbla rllv. Aarat 5X Prif'irH vxlfaof lUrnard ii'Hrtfn. a-t Ai Vfn. Jordao-In ihi rttjr, Ad,'Ui V, Tliomu Jordan. afftl S7 yrarm. Krliali Id tt.lo rftr Atftut 3 EiSvard Scliaia. aad ' jraara. Alt ffooilt FIGUltES rniaz. tnarknl in FLAIX and tirirtlg OXK JUautrtt. C.ned) Do want a fxvUiun, hat irm a Iwmm la j rent or mil do ym ant frrvaHl ifrc aw any- j Ihlnt ynu rLth to mli quick i mum tStWaitl fi umn lit thcDnHu K-mjU Our rjM-kii ratt fiw'Jhrt narrtiiiu of thrtt Unm titeh tcid b4 only tS ccnU until Sept. I at. Pittsfield and GloversvlUa. IIax' ins 1 V : a ai aa f w3 -! aira. HISHTS a:i PAWNBROKER'S C lal a I B( acuj at rr rv 1 Laa Uutt BDP CWTBIJ6 fTOtX, ITS Waal atraaC J. X. riXKFLSTKJX. ear, claar ot all azpao ApplJ to CHANCE TO INVEST-10 prr eant to - par rant n aax-b Tear, ciaar or aa on '. tnvaall la ral aatata. t. j CO M B.S. ViXTANTtD-SSiTO rnl floor tiarrala. Ihla week. BKADLKY BROS, illtaOaid. : WANTED-Oond wood turnar. lmroadUla- V V lr. FAY M KG. (JU I baa tar. Miav m; WANTED A a-ood girl for nra booaa- " work. AddIt at oaca to 3U S iu; air Udil CCHENHY. f A NT ED Tabla Boartlam at tha Dtn! 4 CottAara Kow aiao a few rooma to rant- ninmn lor a fu do batter plaea In ina Cltr. Mra. L. ELKailh 4 Cvttatra How. CHOSIEK A; IJAHTLTfTT, aoLauii tic aav a n. (.Laa jjSi im FRESH and SALT MEATS. POULTRY, HAM. SAUSAGE, LARD, tte. n. 1 Mattrw Strtat, rmmiTmiititTTTTiinnirtTtTTmiTTiiiiiiimiiitiiitiTiiii. REMOVAL ! KiMs Hosic s Tobacco Store w Jor Salt. MOVED TO HOUSE'S OLD STAND 1ST arta fttr. TTVr tan U , -s -i a rUaa avaewfaw- cf J'hai-aa mmd aari rV (?.' a! Letvt Vv CALL A XI) SEE H1X AXDJCDGZ FVK TCZTKLK im in mi n mul i in i rxxxxx mini SALE All nT honhold afTacta. con-I atotinK of oua aDtlo rbambrr suit, one plah t arlor .ait. dlniDi." taila and rhafrv and all kltrhao furnltura. ItKO. HF.V1EN-WAY.M ElmatrwU tfdT 1y)H SALE A fair of fln vrara old. Uuod alvl broke alnalo and dnubla. W Apjilyor aitdr N. S". Ha; lioiu-e. Weatlteld. M. blark horara. f re wrll niU bed, lirht !' aarb. KKI.U Fneter ' litdTS THE BEST LAUNDRY WORK tV dry n" It ot tV -1 Pittsfield Steam Laundry, Summer Street- I,X)It SALE -Stock, fixture, and will of one of the iKrirwtt buiinw Mtoiv in Iterk. shire County. 1.1 aue of iutl-.Haa Hawkina. tfa.D iiiiiuiininniiiiimiTTirmiiiiniii 50 Itftlt. WOOD CARVING, A-rt-Th -t t.ntm -rn"l Axr O T-m mn G T t-rVI 'IO KENT For a trra of f ear, ttie llubbell firm. Aiuilv bv lt-tt-r or In irrMD t the j JIL'UHELL HOMESTEAD. LaneaUoro. 3lJT6 rp KENT Farni-liel Kroat quire at l'l Mrivliie at- Room. tfd W In pon s.ai3. A nice lot of Feather Pillow at 1.7 j per pair. P. C L4tDO, Tb Rroatatfr, South linrrh Mrert. . WARNING LIGHT DOOR PLATES, SIGNS, PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS, ETC. WILLIS & WHEELER, 95 Cclnnbas Atc, PittsMl i::;i:T;!TT!I!lTTT-TTTTTTTTTTtniIITtTTtTintirtmtT; I T H II r-r-M F. I.. TE?IP0, Umm aa4 naaacer. Prompt Is a big word with La Rue. WatermeUona 35c, at Garvin' True Enough. Quite a number of Adams people went to Pittsfield last Wednesday, to enjoy a day's outing at Pontoosuc When the train was near Coltsville one of the drive wheels broke from the engine, rolling up the embankment beside the track. The train was stopped and nobody was hurt, but the ex cursionists were alarmed. It was really wonderful that more serious results did not follow the accident It is said the engine is 24 years old. The engines on the branch road are most of them ,ln a condition that would warrant their being sent to the junk shop. When an engine Is too nearly worn out to run on the main line, it Is sent to the branch road. Adami Enterprise-. . , ' i La Rue's repair department is a success. Another Disappointment. Luck seems to be against Manager Williams in arranging games and getting the clubs to keep their agreement. Word was received this morning that the Cuban Giants would lie unable to be here Saturday. Before advertising this game Manager WH1-lams telegraphed their manager to let htm know If they would surely be here. An answer was received that they surely would, nd now after the advertising Is all finished, and It Is nearly too late to get another team, they cancel their date. This has been done several times since the new team has been started and It makes a great deal of trouble to the team and people who make arrangements to ' come here. Manager Williams will try and get the Dalton team, which it Is claimed by some are the champlonsjof the county, for Saturday, If they have no other engagement reaches 20c quart, at Garvin's. - Mora lo( Poisoned. The dog poisoner has again ttarted to make himself felt. A dog owned by Daniel O'Connell on Melville street, was poisoned yesterday, and a dog owned on Lin coin street was also poisoned yes terday. The number of dogs that have been poisoned on Melville street. Is getting quite large, and somebody In the neighborhood will probably be called to account before long. i INTERESTING LOCAL MATTERS On or about August 26, . W. Back-man will arrive with a car load of extra fine driving ane business horses. Don't buy until you see them, rs they must be sold and at once. Mushmellons 5c, at Garvin's. All the latest drinks at our soda fountain. Rice's Bakery. For lack of ambition Hydren's Fer-Tonic. Burns Music House Sells the world renowned Knab Piano and Esty Organs. White's Wonder Worker. J. IL Manning, agent. Ladies chatalame silver watch, open face, stem winder, only 4.49 at Artist Wheeler's Get your Ice cream Sundays at Thomas Carson's, Whelden's block. North street. Peaches that are peaches, melons, pears, berries and fruits in general at Clinton's, 151 North street. California egg plums 35c a dozen,' at Garvin's. Hydren's sticky fly paper, every sheet guaranteed. Sold wholesale and retail at American House Pharmacy. Baby day at Artist Wheeler's, Saturday, Autnist 27. One cabinet of any baby under twenty-five years . old for twenty-five cents. Delicious ice cream sola served in our ice cream parlor; all flavors. Rice's Bakery. Lenox Bouquet Is just the thing. Hydren. Old fashioned German Rye Bread, fresh every day. Mrs. Andler. Pies! Pies!- Just like home made; delivered hot for dinner from Rice's Bakery. Don't forget our German Coffee Cakes. Every Saturday. Mrs. Andler. For backache Hjdrtn'i Kidney Flaster. The Edwards Jewelry store, sole agents for the Bowden seamless plain fold ring. ... 1 aw, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31. r Grand -:- Opening -:- Attraction I The Great Heroic Actress, AGNES HERNDON, In her netc Spcciacular Cmly, "AMBITIOX," or "LOVE AXD POLITICS:9 SEE AND HEIR To Keep You Off The Rock We thall open at our new ft ore j in lirackin Block, Saturday, August 13. (Formerly, 6S WeM street.) H ,H - JDn Tgp T j C a atom and Kraal r "lad Clatklar ad Cate' Faralsker. um The Tetl Tale Lore Letter. The Stolen Camjniiffn Fund, r" The Great Mask Bait Scene. The Duel and the Masker. The Joint rUUicai Debate, Miss Herndon' Great Labor Speech, This Great Actress, This Great Flay. PRICES, 5.5c, 50c and 73c, Advance sate Monday at Bvyales f Gregory's, a.ia.lHllllHHlltai.1aaia1iiaa.ai11atim1.1iaaai rrraaa .riP BinmlnnQfin JJ1UIU1UU"' 1UUJ. s."l a VS IHava Ta fraa tba Haw 9Idal Tfcla Tatt Cjahloa er Piwnmattc Tlraa. JLU Warraatad. Hails, Loiells, Onions,. Clni-' lands and Little Giants. Pric. S35.00, 85.00, 95.00. 100.00. 115.00, 120.00, -135.00 and 150.00. Taraa rT. CK4 Waaala Taaaat la NATIONAL. BICYCTJE CO., Atw4a Drat Slara, 1 rita4Wad, Maaw muumiiinmiHiiimiiiimm E. COSTER SONS, WHOlEl ILE a ad HRT1 1 L taaaj. ra la ttaaaaaaaad rrall ml allaladala taalr aaa. Mi SOEBT aa4 i WIST TIIXT m I jraaa. ij Bar - W. i , fa aijCT r." N'V -V r. w f - 1 a. If W f IT W t-V;. ? C'V fiai V"" 1 -

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