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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT SATURDAY JULY 31, 1897?
TEA Is Tea, very true, but you must remem ber there are different kinds of Tea. There Is the kind that turns you from ever drinking Tea again, then there is the kind that makes you believe its Teai butnotgood enough for you to drink, then, there is the kind we sell. Pure, tinadulterated refreshing, palatable; in fact it prolongs your life and gives you a strength and vigor, that is surpris ing to most people. "Our Favorite" Tea is a splendid, rich Tea in the cup, soothing whether served hot or Iced. It's Cfeiicious beyond explanation. Try it Vnirepfiive a Dresent with each pound BOQ the price Js 50c. We Invite people vho hays, been paying 70o aud try it atj 80o to Pfielaa's T Store, 1 East Iain St. : : Waterburj. Keep Cool. Let us 6ell you the finest ICE CREAM FREEZER, made the famous White Mountain Freezer. It does the work in a thoroughly satisfactory manner and n half the time It takes some other makes, "We have a big line of I LAM HOCKS, also, in all styles and prices. We keep WINDOW and DOOR SCREEN'S, and if we don't have what you need in stock we can fill your order at short notice. P. J. BOLAN. 90 and 94 Bank Street? WHITE FRONT. '1 y Telephone 200. CITY NEWS j A daughter was born last night to Mr and Mrs Thomas Fitzgerald of 47S Baldwin street. Mr and Mrs Charles Monaghan of 20 Ayers street are receiving congratu lations. It is a girl. Rev Father Gragaa, of Stafford Springs, is visiting at the rectory of St Francis Xavier's parish. A few elegant hammocks yet unsold and will be closed out at a great re duction at M. Bergin & Sons. The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Women's association will be held at 8 o'clock Monday evening. The regular monthly meeting of the Young women's Friendly league will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Samuel Goluboff, 115 Maple street died yesterday. The funeral will take place at 1 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Rev Father J. D. Egan. of the Sacred Heart parish, who has been, spending a vacation in Canada, Is expected tome tOMmorrO'W. There -will be a meeting of the Third Order of St Dominic, at the Sacred Heart church at 3:30 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. T,ht Catholic Llterary association will hold an important meeting at 2 0 clock to-morrow afternoon. All the members are earnestly requested to be present. A few nice croquet sets at one-half cost, also a few base balls will be closed out at half cost at M. Bergin & Sons. Fannie Sassofiski, aged 26 years, died at the Waterbury hospital last night. 1 he remains were removed to Bergin's morgue. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon with interment in Riverside cemetery. The Volunteers defeated the Young Jeffersons on St Mary's grounds yes terday afternoon, by a ccore of 10 to 6. The. fieatures of the gam were the batting of O'Rourke and the "kicking" i. i . co trie victors say. A burning chimney dn the Exchange hotel, Frank Hodson, proprietor, this morning, treated quite a little sensa tion in -the center. A still alarm brought No l's to tine scene and with tine aid of the new chemical engine the fire was quickly extinguished. Mrs J ulia M. Northrop, aged seventy five years, died last night at her home 404 East Main street. Funeral services were held at the house this afternoon and the remains will .be taken to Crom well for burial Monday morning in. charge of Undertaker Burrall. Plans are being rapidly perfected for the ceremony attending the consecra tion of th.a Rev Chauncey B. Brewster, the recently elected bishop coadjutor of the Episcopal diocese of Connecti cut. It has been decided to hold the consecration exercises in Trinity cuuicn, rsew Jriaven, in October. At the same time there will be celebrated the centennial anniversary of the con secration of the late Bishop Jarvis, who w me second Dishop of the diocese of Connecticut. Bishop Jarvis's con secration took nlanp. one hundred years ago in October. The iion v. j. .Kmgsbury of this city is a member of the committee having the programme in hand. The exercises will last three days. In forward i notice for the Union Rescue mission, Guperintendent Hendsey writes that he iS haVine- a. rllitrhtfnt anrl nmflfahla time at Northfleld, where he is in at- icuuduce at tne annual general con ference of Christian Workers. , During his -absence the meetings at the mis sion hall, 217 South Main street, go right on. Clement Chase is in charge; and various- speakers from night to night, make interesting addresses. To morrow night General secretary Day of the Y.' M. C. A., will make the ad dress. On Tuesday and Wednesday night, Rev F. M. Hollister holds forth. On Thursday night, E. J. Steer. On Saturday night next, Superintendent Hendsey will again be in charge and on Sunday night, August 8, will deliver an address entitled "Echoes From Northfleld." Dennis P. Dawson, charged with em bezzlement, remained in the station all night, as he was unable to get a bonds- ... man. inis morning ne had no counsel BagS, Very convenient forcer- and he spoke to Attorney Joseph -. , , T' . O'Neill and the latter consented to take up his case. Judge Bradstreet de cided to hear the state's side of the case and then adjourn it if the de fense desired it. Attorney Seery pros ecuted for the Pnid Co. Orrin Loomis, who is in charge of tne local othce, had books and papers in court to show that Dawson collected irom various people after he had sev ered his COTln Aotinn -txHVi Ilia .nmnonu . . t l 1.1 1.1HJ 1 J i I I jj Li. 1. 1 J , He has not been in the employ of the company since March 31. Mrs John W. bweoney and Mrs A. E. Reagan Showed their hnots i Dawson had receipted for money since mo ua.bc or nis witnarawal. Alter hearing the evidence the case went ovr until Monday. Rescued from the clutches of the Chinese. The story of a Waterbury girl w.ho Was saved by the police, in '.neraia to-morrow. The St Joseph's society are making 6ia,u yi Kparations tor the annual ex cursion to New York and Conev Island which takes place on Saturday, August 14. On the Thursday and Friday uigxits Detore the excursion the so Ciet.V Wl 1 P-i-ira pt0.nt;n .t.Vt,-.. the lawn at the society's home on East Main street. J. J. McDonald has been to iNew rorK and Bridgeport several times and has perfected arrangements ioi- tne greatest comfort of the pa trons of the excursion. At Bridgepor t.hfi rinrtf -will ho n-.r,--i e ; c ?ot.1t. ness by sufi nt electric lights. The jjoiica uepariment has promised to send enough officers to the wharf to urevent. anv intwforarQ i cursionists by the hoodlums who were there last year. Tuesday, Friday and Saturday of that wi tho Bnatntia and New Yorks play a series of base ball games, i nose who wish to go on th excursion can witness the ball game and by taking the 8 o'clock train from New York can reach Bridgeport before A 1 j.i .. mu uuni aim tiui tnus get nome Wl the party, ine extra expense will but very little. contain a page illustrated story of the latest usvmuyKienis .in tne Jja-nie-i: Farms murder ease. Read it for On authentic story, together with tihe ro imanice of .Mary Nichols' life. TRUNK and BAG SEASON. It's the time of year when these goods are a necessity, if only for a short trip. You need a Grip or a Dress Suit Case. They don't . cost much. It's but a question of how much' or how little you feel like investing. . Grips of imita tion Alligator, 65 c up. Grain Leather Bags, 14 inch, cost $1.50. Three styles of Cabin tain purposes and two styles of high cut English Club Bags. Dress Suit Cases of Canvas, Pideyoid and Leather, prices commences at $2.50 and as high as $ 9.00. , TRUNKS. The many different kinds and grades we carry in stock Hvould surprise you. An idea of what we carry : A square box canvass cover ed Trunk, good lock and bolts, 28 inch $3.00, rise 25c a size. Zinc covered Trunks, better made than the ordinary low .priced Trunks, 28 inch, cost $2.45, rise 25c a size. ;0 Best .canvas covered Trunks with Excelsior locks, bolts and corner bumpers, made of heavy i:on, two strap3 over top, this style in several grades, 5.00, $7.50 and $9.00 for the 30 in. (JlpYou will find our prices 25c to $1.00 less according to grade than you can buy else where. Jones, Morgan & Co OUTFITTERS. 06 AND 98 BANK STEEET Rev Father Vanden Noort, of Put nam, and the Rev James Callaghan, S. S., of Montreal, thave been the guests of Father Curtin during the -past week. How it feels .to look into the double barreled shot gun of Fred Buxton, tihe "Ea.-s.ton terror." The experience of a Herald -man with Sheriff Bulkeley in to-morrow's Sunday Herald. James Dunn Teller, the four months old son of Mr and Mrs Charles Teller of Cole street, died last night. The funeral took place this afternoon with interment in St Joseph's cemetery. The first train up on. the Naugatuek railroad was delayed about two hours freight .wreck. Three freight trains left the track on account of the spread ing of the rails. One of the cars was tipped over on its side and pushed down the embankment. The track was cleared bo that the 10:60 train down and he 11:12 up were run on time. MEETINGS TO-NIGHT. Nosahogan lodge school meeting. MEETINGS TO-MORROW. Socialist labor party. Sheridan council, K. of C, Melchesideck lodge, I. O. B. B. WEATHER INDICATIONS. Washington, July 31. For Massachu setts, Rhode Island and Connecticut and Eastern New York: Generally lair, warmer Sunday; northwesterly wind, becoming southwesterly. For Maine, New Hampshire and Ver mont: showers to-night; probably fair Sunday; westerly to southwesterly winds. NELLIE DURIE'S BODY FOUND. Drowned in Hartford Seven Months Ago Found in Cromwell. Cromwell, July 31. The body cf a woman was found floating in the Connecticut river in what is known as the "blow hole" about a mile above tin aHv this morn ine. bv Arthur Taylor, who was picking up logs car ried down the river- by the freshet. The body was badly decomposed. A gold chain was worn aDout me iiwck. and on the feet was a pair of ice skates. Thia lattpr nninl. ea.ve rise to the sus picion that the remains might be those of Nellie Dune, wno was arowueu m Hartford December 29, lbttb, wnne skating. Word was sent to the rela tives of Nellie Durie at Hartford and the girl's father came down this fore h,v, o hrn.thp.r and thev nosi- tively identified the body. Medical Ex aminer Bush gave permission ior iuc removal of the body to Hartford. At the time of the drowning uie river was dragged almost continually night and day for several weeks in ef forts to raise the body. ith be NICHOLS MURDER MYSTERY. TtT-idcroTinrt .Tulv SI. Pinkerton De tective l,eith left for New York to day on tne Nichols murder case. De tective Wilkes also lett, dux ior paju. unknown. The police gave it out to day that Bonai and Weeks were in Brooklyn, N. i . last luesuay. j.vj.i Nichols Is almost entirely recovered and will soon be well. COLONEL GRANT'S SUCCESSOR New York. July 31. Colonel George Mmre Srmith. of the bSCh Kegiment in. G. S., Mew York, has been appoint ed by Mayor Strong to succeed (Jolone-: Fred B. Grant on the heard or. ponce commissioners. Colonel Grant re tfiimoit vp-atprrl.q v 'herause he did not jirmmvfi of certain polios methods in obtaining evidence aga'mst aissoiuxe women. WHITELAW REID RETURNS. New York. Julv 31. Hon Whitelaw Reid.'- snecial envoy cf the United States to the oueen's jubilee, returned 6o-iuy on the .American steamship St Paul. He was one of the first to leave hh R-p.a.mhin. having gotten off as arvnn ai the e-a.neDlank was lifted to the side of the vessel. EPIDEMIC OF SUICIDES. Now Bedford, July 31. Angelo Vi trata. an Italian, aged 27, sentenced from Fa.ll River to the House of Cor rection, was found hanging in his cell r-o-d'av. He hiad been dead several hours w-hen found. There has been an epidemic of suicides at this institution Seven or eight have attempted it -with in the vast vear and two were sue cessful. A MURDEDER SENTENCED. Atlanta, July 31. Edwin Flanagan who has been on trial all this week at Decanter, for the murder of Mrs Nancy Allen and Miss Ruth Slack, on tihe evening of the 31st of last December was this morning found guilty by the jury and immediately sentenced by Judge Chandler to be hanged Wednes day, August 25. CUBAN PRISONERS RELEASED, Madrid, July 31. One hunderd Cu ban prisoners, who were pardoned have reached Gibraltar. They are making for New York, and the govern meat organ is of the opinion that they will again join the insurgents. postoffice' appointments. George H. Sohwenk and James T. Kelly Appointed Carriers Two More Substitutes to Be Named Post master Fitzpatr.ick Talks of the Needs of the Local Office. After months of patient waiting, and mportuning the department at Washi ngton, Postmaster FitzoatVick is a happy man to-day, -and the local car- ier lorce is increased by two -more regular carriers. The two lucky .nen' are 'George H. Sehwenk and James T. Kelly. Sehwenk lives at 954 South Main street, and has been doing sub- titute duty since July 29, 1895. Kelly lives at 7 Hawkins street and has been aoting as 'sub" since June 25, 1896. He is a prpular member of the Acme club, and (has purchased a box of fra grant Havanas for distribution among the boys of the club. Sehwenk, who is popular in German circles will tickle the palates of his friends with plenty of good cheer. In conversation with a reporter this morning Postmaster Fi-tzpatrick talked as follows: On January 1. 1895. the ast regular carrier, Peter Fox, was ap pointed. Because of the growth of the city the local office should have an additional carrier every year. During all this time Postmaster Fitzpatrick has .been bringing the matter to the attention of the department at Wash- ngton, but on account of the limited appropriations he has been unable to obtain any relief. Many parts of the city have been neglected, particularly so, the nortihg'ast and northwest ends of the city. The houses in these sec tions have grown up like mushrooms, and it has been hard to attempt to give good service. This year the ap propriations have been increased by congress, so that two- additional car riers -have been granted. Postoffice Inspector O'Brien was here on July 15, and made a thorough inspection of the delivery service and also of the city. He saw the need of additional carriers and he recommended the ap pointment of three additional ones. One for the north end, taking in Round Hill, Division and other streets in that vicinity, another for North Willow and the new streets o.pened up in that locality, and the third one for the de livery of one more mail a day through the center. In the first two. localities only one mail a day is delivered and n the center tihe business blocks have been neglected. Th department sent wofd to- Post master Fitzpatrick, that -while thev recognized the need of three additional carriers, the appropriation has been used so much that they could no-t grant three, but -two would be allowed. Their appointment will date from Oc tober 1. This will mean an additional carrier to the north end, with three mails a day to all the business places in that section and two mavis to the portion within the city limits, and once a day to all places inside the car rier limits. The present routes will be changed around to take in the new carriers and the city will be pretty thoroughly covered except in spots. The iicrt'h end section has been very aggravating because the place has grown up so quickly that it had to. be neglected. There is only one substi tute earner left now, Thomas F. Mc- Cann. Kelly and Sehwenk will have work to do all summer until they begin i-egular duty. Two more substitutes will be appointed just as soon as the result of the last examination, held on June 5, is known. The report of Postmaster Fitzpat rick for the quarter ending June 30. 1897, is as follows: Gross receipts. 16,423.10; hox rent, $628.42; total, W7.lol.52; expenditures, $7,062.45: net -receipts, $10,089.07. The report for the corresponding quarter las. year was as -follows: Gross receipts. $15,358.52; box rent, $613.50; total, $15, 972.02. The report for this quarter of 1897 thus shows a gain of $l,179.5f over the corresponding quarter in 1896. Children's Department For the next few days, one of the attractions will be specially low Jrice3 on the balance of our stock of infant's and Children's Caps and Bonnets. We find that we have carried over an unusually large line of Lawn and lace Ctps, but they must go and in order to dispose of them quickly we have put the prices way down. Come and take a look at them. Prices talk. I. CHASE, EXCHANGE PLACE. A Money Saver. We will sell the balance of , our stock of Refkiger ATORS at cost. We do not waut to carry them over. This is a chance of a life time. Come and see them. The D. B. WILSON Co, 13, 15 and 17 East Main Street. " WHITE STORE, Ladies' Ladies' Rus. Oxfords, $1.87. Regular Price $3.00. Patent Calf, Cloth Top Shoes, $2.98, Regular Price $4.00. Bathing Shoes of all kinds. LUCY 8c FITZGERALD, Shoe Distributers, No 88 Bank Street. Jerseymen Hare Klondike Fever. Trenton, July 31. The United States Alaska Gold company, with an author ized capital of $1,000,000, has been in corporated by the filing of articles In the office of the secretary of state. The company is formed for the purpose of mining- gold in the Klondike fields. The incorporators are: Ralph McKee oi Tompkinsville, S. I.; Henry P. WTiit taker, Hotel Imperial, New Torlc; Fred erick J1. Brown, Brooklyn; Harry F. Roesser, Hotel Netherland, New York; Thomas P. Daniels, Hotel Girard, New York, and James A. Atwater, New York. The capital stock paid in is J1.2C0. Honors For Ten Eyck. Boston, July 31. A reception is to be tendered Edward H. Ten Eyck, winner of the Diamond sculls at the Henley regatta, in Faneuil hall, Tuesday night, A.ug. 3. Everv boat club in and around Boston will fte represented at the re ception, and the affair will be in charge ot the New England Amateur Rowing association. TIMELY TOPICS. "Our Favorite" Tea is what FI:ehin the Tea man prcsciibss for the nerves, f you want to learn something auoui lea read his adv. One hundred thousand dollars to b distributed among the working peoyle of Waterbury. Kead Morir.rty & Co's ad. Many attractions in children's depart ment at I. Chase"s millinery store. Jones, Morgan & Co have something interesting to say about trunks and bags. Itend Conlon Bros' specials for this evening after 4 o'clock. Two removal sale bargains advertised by L. F. Haase & Co. See Curran's list of specials for this evening and Monday. Last summer one or our grand children was sick with a severe bowel trouble," says Mrs E. G. Gregory oi Frederickstown, Mo. "Our doctor's remedy had failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy, which gave very speedy relief." For sale by H. "W. Lake, 21 Exchange place; G. M. Ladd 854 South Main street; North End Pharmacy, 410 North Main street. pOTt RENT. FOUR ROOIMR. ' FIRST 11- O". liirgfi parlor, corner of Rvlvan aven ue ana saiawin, inquire 11 Itiversiae streer 2 REMOVAL SALE BARGAINS, Whittall's Best Five Frame Body Brussels, 98c per yd. Borders to Match. Smith's AXminster Carpets, 79c per yd. Borders to Match. 630,000 worth of Carpets Draperies I ace Curtains, Upholterv, Fabrics ' Rugs, V all Papers and Room Moul d ings to be disposed of. We're us -ing prices clipped oil" profits to ac complish this object Many ai tides 'at even less than cost. STRAW HATS, . . .ii- i ii i Uur stock ot same is now complete ana open your inspection. Straws for Men, Boys and Children, from 25c to $2.50. Gall and see us before you purchase, We will suit you in price and styles. Our stock of Gent's Furnishings, Trunks, Bans and Umbrellas are up-to-date Goods. for The Miller& Peck Co SPECIAL PRICES FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY At 4c American Organdies; were 10c. At 49c All our 69c and TCc Black Brocaded India Silk. At 39c 52-inch Sicilian Moihair, was 59c. At 25c 1,000 yards, -all wool Dress Goods; were 39c and 50c. At Sc Best soft finish Cambric; was 5c. At 19c -Ladies' Shirt Waists, laun dered and unlaundered. At $1.49 Ladies' Black Mohair Skirts; were $2.00. At $2.98 Ladies' Suits, made of all wool Covert; were $5.00. At 98c -Ladies' White Lawn Wrap pers; were $l.aU. At 69c Ladies Crash Skirts, b-anch hem, extra full. At 29c -Ladies' Colored Corset Cov ers, to wear unaer tnm waists; were 45c. At 39c Children's Gingham Dresses, for 10 and 12 years; were 5dc. At 23 c Ladies' V-shaped Corset Covers, with deep Jia-mburg; were 39c. At 19c -ounce Garwood's celebrated Triple- Extract Perfumes, all odors, from 25c. At 5c Genuine Buttermilk Soap; value 10c. At 12 y2c Ladies' all silk Black Mitts; were 25c. At 5c Children's White Lisle Thread Gloves; from 10c. At 4c All linen, 18-inch Crash Toweling; value Sc. At 5c Large sized Bleached Huck Towels; value 10c. ; At 39c Fringed Linen Lunch Cloths, white and colored borders; value 76c. At 39c 'Men's colored bosom Launr dered Shirts, in Scotch Plaids; w-ere 50c. At 7c, or 4 pairs for 25c Ladies' fast 'jlack, full, seamless Hose; were 10c. Ait 10c Infants' Wrapper Vests, open down front; worth 19c. The MillerS Peck Co. IOR SALE. OK.IEi3SrrrIJ HOTEL OR WILL SKLL Ba.r sncl Fool K.oom Separately. Brunswick and Balke Tables. Inquire at office, 00 East Aiaiu Street. S. M- 115 South.Main, KERN, Near Scovill Street "It is a Wonder" To Everyone that has used f'ugent's Instant Headache Curs Eow quietly they do the work. W e -will guarantee them. Any Physician's Prescriptions Com pounded at the lowest prices in the oity. Tuberous Rooted Begonias, Beautiful Plants.1 All Colors, v At the extreaiely low price ot 15 and 20c. t Cut Flowers in Variety. , ,' A DALLAS, 32 Union and 25 East Main street. Ttliphone 146. ' flugenfs Pharmacy, lot Bo Main and ScotUI St). icax E. Faiaoh, Mgr. Steam Carpet Cleaning:. AVe have gone into the Carpet-Cleaning Business. Carpets, Kusjs, &c, cleaned in a thorough manner by the most improved methods. Carpets taken up and relaid by competent workmen Give us a trial. We ' are still in the Laundry Business. E. K. DAVIS & CO, 17 Canal St. DYSPEPSIA Heartburn, Gas tritis and all Stomach Disor ders positively cured. ' Grover Gra ham's Dyspepsia Ecmedy is a specific. One dose removes all distress, and a per manent cure of the most chronic and severe cases is guaranteed. Do not suf fer! A 50-ccnt bottle will convince the most skeptical. APOTHECARIES HALL CO, Agts. THE L. F. 1L4ASE CO., 153 to ICS GRAND ST. v-ms. M-I "ENOUGH TO DRIVE A MAN TO SUICIDE" Is what you often hear one snv when his feet are blistered and swollen by ill fitting shoes. When you have that feeling just come to our store and get a pair of our easy fitting, perfect shape, light and handsome Vici Kid Shoes, either in Black or Russet leather, and you will feel as if life was worth living again. They are the star of hope for corns. Tenements For Rent. I have about 20 tenements in new houses, that will be ready within the nest 30 days at prices from $10 to S15 per mouth, with all inprovements. For further particulsrs call on W. A. SPENCER, (Room 4) 26 East Main Street; E. J. FINN'S, up to date styles. 17 Exchange Place. This ROOSTER Says- A thing worth doing is worth doing well. Put 100 more seats on the park and mark some of them "For Ladies Only." This will keep the hundreda of people who now seek recreation on the outskirts of the town, around the park, and there is no nicer decoration for a park than people. The city fathers should see to this and do the public a great benefit. The cost would not be great and the extra seats would benefit many. " Kelly Says: All indications point to a low flour market for the coming year. Niagara Falls Flour, $1.70, if you will give my man an empty barrel. It will make more bread and whiter bread than any flour I have ever handled. If it is not what I say it is, come back and get your money. No New Eng land bread is genuine unless "Kelly the Baker" is on the wrapper. xxsxxxxxxxxxxxxxx jtxxxxy- t.x "Hammock - 2 x X x x xxxxsx'xxxxxxxxxxxxxxtxxxxx We have a very nice assortment of hammocks,, which we wish to dis pose of, so we have cut the price on them, so if you want one come quickly, they 'will "'riot Jat long- at the Trice we are asking for them M. Bergin &, Sons Eor Scovill 2 So Ma n 8ts. Ladies' Two and Three Dollar Oxfords At $i.oo A Pair. We have placed on a table, as you enter our store, about fifty pairs of Black Kid. Tan and Patent Leather Oxlords. tne remnants of a very successful season. In the lot are Button and Lace Oxfords, medium, narrow and square toes, w e have made a heavy cut in the price, but haven't cut anything off the wear or the style ; that's all there. RYAN & FITZM AUR1GE. 117-119 BANK ST. Opposite Beid & Hughes. SAVE MONEY AND tUY RU8KRoot Beer Ext- Cone's Pharmacy. 15c per Bottle, or two for 25c. Same size bottle a3 all other 25c preparations. Physicians' Prescriptions a spe cialty. 2 BANK ST.