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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1895.
BIGYGLE THIEF CAUGHT. THE WHEEL FOUND BY DETECTIVE EGAN IN A REPAIR SHOP. Jolm M. Friiiu 1'Ouml Over to the Su lrior Court Two 'iss Vnr Asnault Ooiitliueil '' 5y Selileiu'ett to tlio Keform Sellout. Two weds ;ir the Pkmochat o cluiivt'ly :imioiiui'oil 1 1ml Wesley T. ()vi:ilt, elevtiieiim f the Watet-buiv Traction to. who lives :it 412 North l:tin street, liml :i bicvilo stolen from his eell:ir. Since lh.it time Detective Kean h;is been on the lookout for the thief iiiul t'ue tiKuhine. S:it uril.iv niirht lie visited the lepnir shop of ( h.nles !lesser on I'lio nix jivenue. lie found a v heel llieiv w liie'.i wns left for repairs on Friday, ll answered the description of the olio Molcn from Ov'mtt and the hitter wetit initio shop and at once iden tified the wheel. The mimher he had on his hook was found on the ma chine. The deteetive aked Mr Slower who hroue-ht the wheel there and a xoiin;; mall who was present spoke up and said lie did. Oviall claimed thai the w heel w as hi and then the ouni;' man mi'uI he houe-ht ii from a man whom he did n't know, lie paid s-'J down last niivht and then relumed to pay any more as the wheel was broken. lie was placed under aiie-t and e.ave his name as .lobn I'ruin. This mornimr he said he w a- 17 years old. Oviatt said the wheel was an Kairle Allair and rost Sr 10 l hi ee inoni lis aeo. li w as a second hand wheel when he lioti:;ht il . lie placed it in hi- collar at half past six two weeksa.no Saturday nihl ami at 10 o'clock Smida morning ho found the cellar door unlocked and the wheel w a fjoae. I Vtivtixe Kjriiti said Kniiii ad milled to h'an thai la' took the wheel, lie said he u-ed to peddle milk and had seen the wheel the;e several i'uics. lie went up there alter 1'.' o'clock on the nie'it in tpie-iion ami took the bicycle. There was another parly it h him. but he w oh hi not le;; w ho ho . Hi' w a hound over under K!nO bonds on the char:;v of burglary. Thomas Wlii-ion wis eharired w it h as sault on lali ii SuiiUan. Mie la'med histon wa a l ea der whh her lor HVer four . . lil ll he has bothered her since -la' him out and h id threatened to her. she had a piai ri'l w ith him XXednedav i ! 1 1 and threw him on; i t door-. i-'riday niirhl he met in r on ilank -I reel ami called her names and jostled her. she was put through :; si ire cro-s xaiiiitialion a lo her polic - jeioiii. wii her htisbaial did not i i e u i; h tier and u h v 'lii'irm i ii t rem ih V. -i it el to Meadow si re . o eahi lie- the w 'luati or her. she had a s him. he sa;d. ed I.!- ; -o. lb- had i r a ' :d W In '1 lie a-ke.'l " -lie told him to eo t, -.'! o.!s' ;... iVail ... . V, sir;,,,;, ,ieni 1 .lit ' .....!! owed b- r iot li. . 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( tiiieei's 'I'eliati and l".:t:;. v : i. 1 1 Ke ,u:v!i' . s.d ... , '.. ? , !. , . .t,,. ;; lout..! !i:-ii; -i.-.. i:v on. l'iiey arrest , , : lie pv...: ........ ..x ;,:,. M ttrd MeN-di-. . .1. s, .,l, H:,,,i,, . , ,lin lltU'. lll ll.l'o' e; 1 I'tnlrv. Ti r.eti, , K'eiley and I'attiek l.t rue.. Ihiee otP.r m, ii esoaped I liroue h a window. i'!:; - morn iui; Keoiteh's w sittl.d tor jli and the o.thers sett led lor oaoli. Ex-Mayor of Atlantic t'lly IlcmV. Atlantic City, Sept. ii. -Mayer Wll lnrd Wright, aed .") years, died of npo. pli.i.v. Mr. Wright aeted as the city "s chief executive for six terms and was aU.i postmaster of the city under President Cleveland's lir.-t administration. A Sailboat Accident. Rf.vEUE, Mass.. Sept. t. Tohn Calla han of T Sainoset place, Huston, and Pan. iel Devlin of l'JS Chelsea street, t'harlcs tovvn, were drowned tiy the capsizing of a sattboat off this shore. lintel Burnett. Miom.KTOwx, X. Y., Sept. 0. De camp's hotel and larpro Imrus wero con euniud by lire ut Decker: ou. ST. Pkti:ksih;ki;, Sept. 9. A Vladivos tok dispatch to tite Novo Vromya says that cholera is rainr in China, and that i. Out) deaths occur daily in lYkiner. Hon. Gor0 W. AlUrl.ltf Crltlrally III. Ai.nAXY, Sipt. lion. (Jcorgo W. AlUridt:i state superintendent of public works, is critically ill at his temporary rcsider.ro iu this city. Twenty Thousand More Troops For Cuba. MAimio, Sept. 9. A third army corps of SO, niio is to !o organized ready to sail for Cuba in November in case of necessity. J. 1). Fnrdcn, the cashier of tho Adams Kxpress company, and J. II. Burnett, city ticket, ai-'eni the Vandalia at Terra Haute, lud.. havo disappeared with a package ef money comaining f 1(3, 000. Cldef V. P. of the Cnited States Mv rct service, te;;i : h-.ir with his detect lvtvi, i.r.srced.ed !:i n lapturinj; Dr. Orlan do ',. Bradford, who oeepc l from his olliee, M4 Third avet.ue, on Auif. 4 while unlet .iot charged wUh counterfeiting. BROOKLYN BRIEFS. Miss Lizzie Lynch of Riverside street left this morning to spend a vnciitiou iu Sharon. Cornelius Donovan ami John MoPar thy of Ausonia are the quests of Andrew Mahaney of Bank street. William J. Shannahan of South Kiverside street, left Saturday to com plete his studies at Villnnova eollejje. The South Brooklyn school w ill open i to-morrow w ith Miss Mariraret Kitzpat rick and Miss Klioda Woosler as teach ers. Janitor McCarthy of the Porter street school points with pardonable ' pride to his work on the school huildinir ' and grounds, on which he has hestowed j considerable labor during the past few I w eeks. The place is in splendid con ; dition and proves that the district eotn i niiltee has its eyes open w hen making appointment to these positions, as it litis , in all other matters. I Janitor lltinnon did not take his an I nual vacation this year. He was too j busy putting the school in shape for the fall term and a visit to the place will convince anyone that he has not been ' idle since school closed. Kverv room in the building from the attic to the cellar has received a thorough cleaning and the boilers, blackboards and other parapher nalia look better than when they were first placed in position. One of the best pieces of public im provement w hich has booif done in this section of the tow n during the present administration is the grading and plac ing of sidewalks on Simon street. Street Inspector Keilev has completed his part of tile work and most of the abutting properly ow ners have their walks laid. The lloileran properly is being raised to a propi r grade ami alter this is done the owners will proceed with the work of constructing the walk. Steps have also been taking for the completion of walks on YVa-ldngiou avenue from Kiverside si reet to South Main s.reet and on lover side street from I'orier street to Wash ington avenue. It is to be hoped that alj I his w ork will be finished before the bad weather sots in. for so far it has been the worst pari of the city for pub lic travel. -Thomas J. ondon of Porter street, formerly an altar boy at St Patrick's church, and one of tin' brie;hlest and mo-i studious ; ujiils that ever aMeude.l theSimdav school of that parish, has ' joined 1 he order of St Augustine at Vil lauova college, where he lias been study ing for the past few years, for a young ! man. Mr Condon i one of the ripest scholars w ho has at tended V il lanov a ool I !ee;e in a number of veal's, and the fae- it !t ivi ogni ing his great a hi lit v ha - al ready appointed him in-i ructor of a large i class ot st uiii- it s in the I .at in depart ment . I'lom his c.:'T: 'si ears the bo evinced i a desire to study tor the priesthood and ! hi- parents did. all in their power to lit hiiii for tb protes-iou. Tin' altar ln s ; of st Patrick's church and the pupils of i lie Sunday school will be pleased t o hear ol the -i.e. e-s wh'.-. h litis attended the el'orts of their old schoolmate. VERSATILE MAX NOROAU. Successful l'livs'u'iun. Novelist, Dramatist. .Itoirnalisf, Let- urcr n:lj 1'hl lotilier. Max Simoti Xord.m. vVse "Dapeti er mi :i" rvevol-i d no end. .f criticism and mm: tf if ". . 1 has gvrti him :i worldwide :...t. ru-xr, insists that bis Wo" vCJ -Jl k-v,, -jj fe- W,;V '.. max xor.nAr. literary genius should not he judged by that work al nie. Ho declares that lie is uo specialist and refuses to be classilied as a philosophical writer solely, hut claims rceofcuitio'i in a wide field of letters. Whatever may bo thon.uht of the sen timents and theories expressed iu his "Defeneration." "Soul Analysis" and "C'lHjvetitioual Lies," the versatility of his gonitis must ho recognized. Ho is a ?ueces..fnl physician in act ive practice, and besides his philosophical writings ho lias produced much iu tho line of fiction And the drama and litis written much ou -outemporaiieons topics in tho newspa pers. He is at once a physician, lecturer, journalist, novelist, dramatist and pho tographer, however faulty may be his philosophy. Max Nordr.n is 40 years of ape. and though his hair and beard are white ho does not look old. He is full blooded and vital, hale and hearty, and is an in defatigahle worker, possessing qnite re markable power of concentration. Ho was born in Pesth, Hungary, his father bring a Prussian and his mother from Riga, in the Baltic provinces. His father was a man of considerable ability, hut was very poor. He originally had been a Jewish rabbi uui was engaged in Pesth as a tutor, receiving small com pensation. Jlax received his early edu cation from his father. He was a preco cious child arid conld read nt the age st 4. At 14 various poems, essays and tales of his were published, and at 10 lie was the principal collaborator ou a (taper called Her Zarschenact. At 18 ho ?ntered the University of Pesth us a student, of medicine, and during his conrso wroto for various papers, early attaining some prominenco as an art, literary and dramatic critic and writer 3ii social and medical topics. Ho took his degree as doctor of medicine at tho University of Pesth in 1872. and in 1883' received a degree from the University of ' Paris. He has traveled widely, labored! industriously, written voluminously, ( ud, whether the world says good or bad j livings of him, is one of the most talked' Df men on two continents. I s. 9) Barrle'a Self Abnrcatton. Self abnegation is snch a rare virtue among modern novelists, most of whom neo.ru anxious to inform tho public when they have their hair cut, that tho reply of Mr. J. M. Barrio of Thrums to his countrymen of Aberdeen, who had asked hiiu to lecture to them, deserves to be rocorded. Writing from the Oarrick club, he says: "You are very kincL and I thank yon heartily for tho pleasant re membrance of mo that induced tho committee to Fend this invitatiou. But on the few occasions on which I have been on a platform I wished to get be neath it. I never did lecture, and I am sure I never could. So kindly excuse mo." London Telegraph. Wlmt la an Editor? Some boys wero askod tho other day to define "editor. " Here are some of their definitions: "An editor is a man who handles words," "An editor makes his living out of tho English language," "An editor is somebody who does not do anything himself, and when somo body elso dees goes and tolls other peo ple all about it," "An editor is a man who has tho industry of a beaver, tho instincts of n bee and tho patience of an ' ' l-iv-ilr Knvor. Wants, For Sale, To Rent. TJ0K Font, a barn with four stills on - South Main street. Inquire nt this ofllco. FOR SAI.F.HotTinami House restaurant and. all the furniture that is used for hotel purpeses. In. mire J . 1'. lainiiy. js and 30 SSvovill street. yfTANTKO. Males. W first class canvasser fortius ritv and sin roundiiiK towns. Conipeiisat ion Hi;. (':.! at I'ooley house Wednesday and Thursday. See Mr Crohn. rpo TiKNT. One tenement of Jive rooms. One i f four rooms. Inquire of Owen W'oods. 5i School street. TOST. An Klks- c I 1 hain wiih tarnpt -s- ..v.. ro. Il 'a 1. Ic'We-n the N:e;-.o.ueU iietot and Sam .Muiich's st. ro. latu'ral re ward for return to iira Pank street. TO ltfXT- II .use 1 water, very eonv. liiver street. luiiuir with nine rooms, city iiieai to Heiorios. at M at M Central uvotiuo. 'l'O KKNT Ten(nient of s rooms rnd one of A 4. on South lain street. Apply to J. 1. Lavvlor. 7 Union street. IOR SALE The property on Sprlnic nnd Soovlll streets with frout.tKd of 1161-!, fe' on Seovtll and us feet ou Spring. The ewnei will sell at saerillee en aocountof poor health. For particulars inquire of Owen Woods. 66 School street LTKNISHED ROOMS TO KENT -Aeeom -I modiitious for transients, at No. 81 Jef ferson street. Mrs. Tlace. proprietor. LISTEN! If you wnnt to buy, sell or ex chano;p second-hainl furniture or stove?, or wnnt to exchange your oM ranoo for a new one. come to us, we will aceommo date you. See the Siamford Range before you Vuy. EXCHANGE FCKX11TKE CO. BLUE FRONT. 2C-27 ABBOTT A YEN UK Will E.G.Kilduff' i Co Accept tlie Nomination ? To contintiK to b the reliable Clothiers. Hatters and Furnishers of Waterbnry and Vicinity ? Yes. In accepting tbis important trust vta skull endfavor to merit a continuance of the confidence reposfd iD us by our Cloth ing constituents in the past, and shall in the coming Clothing Campaign surpass all previous efforts in placing before the peo ple of this city for their inspection, ap proval and purchase, the largest, most complete and carefully selected stock of Clothing in the Naiigatock Valley. It is rather early to discuss heavy ClothiDg, or Clothing heavily. Watch and wait for later communications on this subject. A Tip Topper. HATS. Wa have them in the popular blocks Dnulap, Youmans, Youngs, and last and best for young men, the Lamson & Hub bard. Prices are $1.25, $1.45, $1.90, $2.40, $2 90, $3 SO. This is 15 per cent lower, quility considered, than you will pay elsewhere. Our hats are all Union made, E.G. Kilduff &Co, 64 BANK STREET. Forgot to mention that our BOYS' DEPARTMENT is only twioe the siza of any like department in tha city. Mothers and Fathers should bear tbis in mind, sjd clad the future statesmen here. The prices and quality are right. (To be continued.) WE ARE ABOUT To Enter Our New Spacious STORE 142 to 148 South Main St. Therefore we have but a few days left to reduce our large stock of shoes. To accomplish this in such limited time we have been forced to offer shoes at such low prices that every Man, "Woman or Child needing footwear of any description should take advantage of this opportunity of procuring them at prices that can never be du plicated. CONLON BROS 130 So Main st, iff Opposite Soovill. A few doors above where our new store Is being erected. Boston Dentist, 141 Bask Stbeet. If you think of getting a set of Teeth, whether it be a full plate, or a partial plate, call and examine the improved Knliber and Porcelain Sets made by DK WALTERS. Silver and Cement Fillings, 50 cents and up; Fine Gold Filliogs, $1 00 and up; Teeth Cleaned and Polished, 75 cents. Gas or Ether administered when desired. Office bonrs from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. 3Dr Walters, jDr E. R. Patzold, Suroeorv Dentist Fine gold and silver fillings a specialty. Also fine gold and TlVt nnrpftlftin urAvn art r AFTER bridge work. Satisfaction guananteed or money refunded. Vry moderate prices. Consultation in English and German. Open Evenings. WHITE BUILDING, OPP P. O. 90 Bank Street, Waterbnry, Conn. AFnll Line of Fishing Tackle For the fall vacation. Compare quality and prices. F.B.Field.8BSoUainSt. f r'li-JvW---7r: ? Hlj Best 8et of Teeth, $8 00. Fine gold fillings, $1 and up Teeth filled with silver SOo and 75o Teeth cleaned 75o Teeth extracted. 25o Gas or air administered 25e We never wedge the teeth before filling. Teeth extracted withont pain, by the use of gas, or Kyder's Vitalized Air. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty KYDER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Dll F. L. RYDER 133 Bank Street. Over Miss Fitzpatrick's millinery store. The only dentist by tho name of RYDER in the city. Want To Ask Ycu a Fewpuestions. Query No 1 Do you want to buy Furni ture in the near future? If so, get our prices. Query No 2 Has it ever occurred to yon that poorly made Furniture is not cheap at any price? If you got it for nothing, 'twould cost more to keep in repair than it was worth. J. M. Burrall&Co, "The Old Reliable." 60 Bank St. UNDEETAKING In all its branches. Telephone to D. M. Stewart, 101 Frank lin street. Messenger boy to C. E. Seymour, 1S1 Maple street. WHEN You Want To Buy Groceries, Meats, Provisions, Flour, Feed, Hay and Grain Clioapor than you ever havo bought thorn call nt N.W. Heaters, 26-29 No Main. A W Qpstlfi PrOD Choice Tahlo Butter, none better. all."' ".VJUOUU, I IKJJ. Our JOe I'kks are strictly fivli. Gin. erSnnps. Lemon Cookies. Milk nn.l Soilft i'rilekers, ..i r.j. IV, The heat Mocha and Java Coffee. me per lb All trooils s..U bv us are the be-t a:. I all pru-e-i are bartaiu-.. Call ami :-ee tho lVache solu by us. N. W. Heater, 26 and 29 North Main street. Auction Sale of Horses. September, 1895, at F. E. Benham's, 308 North Main Street. I will sell my fifteenth ear of horses at auction to the highest bidder, and those who have attended my sales know that I bring the best there is in the market. My buyer, Mr David Nudd, has been ono month picking up this load, and ho hnsi bought nothing but choice animals that are thoroughly broken and good ages. Among them art several nice puns, and some extra good chunks. Also some heavy horses, weighing from 1,400 to 1,1'nlO pounds. Kamember I sell these horses with a full guarantee, and give two days' trial, and every horse not fully as good as represented can be returned and the money will be refunded. Horses can be seen and tried day before the sale. Sale will take place, rain or shine, and commence promptly at 10 o'clock. F. E. Benham. 'A Gup of Good Tea is an Inspiration." The market offers nothing finer in this ins than the celebrated Lipton'g Ceylon Teaa. We have them in five grades and consider them not only the best, but the most economical teas in the market. We prise onrselves on our coffees, and beg to remind yon that we are still bot tling the justly famous SAX GABKIEL California wines and are selling that brand of Sherry, Pert, Cat,a, Sweet Muscatel and Angelica, at 35o per bottle. The Waterbnry Grocery Co., 163-5 Bank street. Telephone 146, The Laboring Man's Market. .! -..; ANOTHER RIG REDUCING .; ,; It will pay you well to ltiSfc through the following list. IT IS A MONEY SAVER. Sirloin Steak, He per lb Round Steai, 10c per lb Shoulder Steak, 5 cents per lb Rump Pieces, 8c-10c per lb Shoulder Roasts, 8c per lb Rib Beet, 3c per lb Boiling Pieces, 3-Cc per lb Sugar Cured Shoulders, 8c per lb Leg Lamb, 12c per lb' Hindquarter Lamb, 10c per lb Boneless Bacon, 12c per lb Corned Beef. 3-Gc per lb Fresh dressed Chickens, lGc per lb Fresh Pork, 10c-12c per lb No one need go without eating moat. Everything first nuality. PRICES Till: LOWEST, Your goods DeliveieA Free for tho asking. Corner South Main ;;nii Union. Telephone connection. Creamery Batter, 1 lb prints, 2oc The Automaton Piano Attionpr the many vomlerlnl inventions cf the nineteenth century few, it any, ur6 j destined t i leiive s'jet! in ii!.'.'.ible ini j pulsion, or ext reme such an uuunstak i r. I'!., inlluene: on tho home and musical : eull'.ire of the j rt'swu enerr.iiou. If PIyia.sf riaao,J330 n s:ni;i ' ati .ehtuent which anv t-i-.tio, thiusamis of : lly iu "irs o! I can be fitted t. l people unable t p'ay may cultivate and gratify their t.iste for uiufie. Call at our vrnn-rocuH and see ami hear thS wonder ful pie.no. Dng &c Smsth Co, 1 ill V, ink Street. fes Short Ir4 Vacations d For Busy Psople Uy the lleautiful New Steamships of THE Old Dominion Line To OLP l'OlNT COMFORT, ' (ilygeia IlJtcl, I or YlKtilXIA and Return, il'riucess Anne Hotel,) May be made for $1? OKI Point Comfort t Virginia licacli I? $17 Inclcdipg" Every Expense Of Meals and Iierths f n route, and a day ud a nvairttr's boa id at tither hotel. These, trips are ideal, as a considerable portion is mide through the quiet waters of the famoni H AM I TON KOADS. and there is little likelihood of seasickness, i Also tickets ou sale with privilege of xe j tinning by rail i Wiite for particulars of these and other i delightful trips to E. D. Manwaring, M 'it'll Mi'.viHnv Stbkkt, V. N. SACKETT. N. Y . X 11 & il Depot, Walerbary, Conn. mxTTivni-' O wlmt to soo in a uroory store, THINK ut th.-t 'i s von wo;il l iikt to pay. !!tM o i ht-y ai Tli.it I-why i-ur biiines.s is Th i - i ' ii- ";i '-t v V in w h ?h t -O'juro a b:tv .-f .Va-lC ut is. I r A Co's Gold Mt"l;l SujumUiiIvo 1 -1'inr, at tho low llioe of Cn-ainorv HuTtoi- in ; n. ll riiit- 2lo Invat.' i 1 : 1 1 i t ; s n ri;i ily Mondod i't u.', bi'it-.T thun r. i. i t'i' io 3fto tin- 4-v kind. Toa. any Uind vu want, r.-r lh 87e ol-i'whi'i '"'V kiiui. I o mat'.-r h it viiltto?. eNrwltoro given ! thov fall far int'- ili.- aU j;rouii'l. when com t rarcd with tli'vo VK;ii. 3zii.i-.oisr's GASH Grocery Store, 47 East Slain St. Watei bury .Conn. Kiuigntnck. Ansonia. TKLKrHONB 86-2