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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 189T
CUR BAN'S. 3PECIALS rtor & O'clock To-nigiit. B SPECIAL BARGAIS IX HOSIERY. One lot of ladies', misses' and infant's Hose, fast black. Saturday night and Monday 5c. PLadits' imported plaid Hose, naw fnl1 colors, suk stripes. Saturday night and Monday 25c. Kew black Hose with white dresden figures, warranted to wash. Saturday Bight and Monday 22c. Extra special ladies' fine black Hose, , silk finish, Hermsdorf dye, regular price 3o a pair. To-night and Monday 12c. ' Ladies' black woolen Hose, wide and narrow rib, goods we will be obliged to charge 29c a pair for this fall. To-night and Monday 19c KID GLOVES. O oe lot Ivid Gloves. If vour size is in the lot you can buy them "to-night and Monday for 25c. ' ' 1 SHORT SKIRTS. Ladies' Short Skirts, good muslin, trimmed with ruffles. To-night and Monday 25c. CORSET COVERS. Ladies' Corset CoTers, -uutrimmed, sizes 32 to 44. To-night and Monday Sc. Corset Covers, V shape, trimmed wiih einbroiderj . To night and Monday lcc. NIGHT GOWNS. MgmguwLis wiui couar oi au over embroidery, wheel pattern, made of heavy soft muslin, regular price $1.38. To-n'ght and Monday 75c. FLANELETTE GOODS. Short flanelette Skirts, pink and blue Btripes. Saturday night and Monday 25c. Flanelette Xighgowns, pink and blue 'stripes, extra long and full. Shturday night and Monday 49c. TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. Eastmen's ce'ebrated triple extract Perfume, woodland bells, violet and white ruse, regular price 45c. Saturday night and Monday 25c. ; "Hand Mirrors wiih fr.ncy silver frame regular price, 25c. To-night and Mon day 10c. ';- Pure Glycerine Soap, 3 cakes in box. tro-ulgt and Monday 12c. CORSETS. Dreskeu Corsets, floral design, regu lar price 1 a pair. Saturday night an 1 Monday 50c. SCHOOL PADS. Good quality paper with blotter a1", taelied. Saturday night and Monday 2c- SCIIOOL APRONS. Children's white Aprons, made of cross bar goods, trimmed with ruffle. Saturday night and Monday 25c. LADIES' COLLARS. In pink and blue, also white assorted styles. Saturday night ano Monday 5c. PILLOW SHAMS. Irish point Pillow Shams, new braided effect. Saturday night and Monday 9Sc. MISSES AND CHILDRENS REEFERS At 69c. Misses' and Children's Reefers, ages 4 to 12 years, In navy, red and tan, regu lar $1.25. For to. night 69c. Misses' Reefers in pretty styles, fine qualities, regular srice $2. CO. Special to-night 98c. Missed' and children's wool dresses, sui-able for school, in plaids and plain good, piettilv trimmed, regular price $2.00. Special to-night 51.25. Special to-night. One lot ot ladies housd dresses, well made, prettily trim med, regular pries 89c. Special to close 49c. At 3c. 50 dozeu fringed Turkish wash Cloths worth Ec. Saturdap night and Monday 2c. At 2 7-8c 40 pieces bleached or unbleached Towelinz, worth 5c. Saturday night and Monday 2 7-8o. At 4c. 1 case Best Indigo blue Prints, worth 6c. Saturday night and Monday 4o. At 25c. About one dozen remnants of Table Linen, worth from 35c to 50c. Saturday and Monday 25c. . At 75c. 10 Crochet Spreads, slightly soiled, worth 1.39c. Saturday night and Monday. Cu rran s. The Boston 99c Store 72 South Main Street. "SUNRISE" ALARM CLOCKS. We have been able' to secure a large lot of these -, Fine Clocks at a very Low figure and we offer them to you at 60c on the do'lar of . the usual price. TllCt ThillV ftf If ANickl3 Waterbury "Sunrise1? Alarm JU31 llllim Ul 11 Clock for Ti'c. liegularly sold for $1.25 EVERY CLOCK WARRANTED. HARDING & WEILBACHER. A. C. NORTHROP & CO. Zl to 29 Canal St, Waterbury, Manufacturers of FINE PAPER BOXES. DEALERS IN PAPER AND TWINE. Boulder Grove - NEAREST AND BEST PLEASURE RESORT Take Nnugatuck Trolley. Lakewood m Park. WATEr.EURY'S BEAUTIFUL OU1ING PLACE. Saturday Evening August 28th. Special Engagement of Robi ard i)eogn:li Prcmisr Acrobats Dancing Tii-night. Uus'c every Sunday a'teruoon. I-o it nT, BowTn r, Iihing. All Summer Amusements. IODIC 0"T l'OR I-U.I2E WALTZ. AUGUSTUS J. SMITfJ, Architect. Flans, Specifications and Superiutea-i-i:cc of all cl.isees of buildings. LOOM 2, Fuiil's Block, 65 BANK ST SCHOOL SHOES For O YS and GIRLS Shoes made of Hard Wear Leather at prices that beat the world. fjONN. BOOT AND SHOE CO., , 28 and 30 East Main Street, Waterbury. IFL E. COLBY, :&etrieier:r. WRISLUP "OLD COUNTRY SOAP. I lb Bars 2 Bars For 5 cts Don't delay if you want any of this SoAr, the price will not last. DILLON'S Cash Grocery Store, 47 EAST MAIN ST. JNO M. HAMILTON, Manager. LOOK I -- LOOK! What, Chickens Only 10c lb? Yes and vou can buv all kinds of Meat. cheaper anil better than in any market in the city. Where ? Why at the CITY MARKET 161-163 SOUTH MAIX STREET. Sugar Cured Ham?. 10c lb Shoulder Steak, 6c lb Bacon, 10c lb Goods delivered to all Darts of the city. .. . Oliver's Old Stand. L. HUSS, Prop. Phone Cal 239-f Bee Hive, 5 and 10c STORE GREAT 5 and 10c Wonders. Fine silk Windsor Ties, 5c each Shell side Combs, 5o pair Embroidered Handkerchief?, 5c each Magnificent Jewelry, 5c and TOc each Striped fancy Towels. 5c each Beautiful Dolls, lc, 5c. and 10c each HOUSEHOLD SPECIALS. S pieces Laundry Soap for lCc L.ivine, 2c per package Fancy Tumblers, 2c each Soup Plates, 3c each Ci earners, 3c each Wash Boards, 10c each GO BOHL BLOCK, 153 South Main St 1 f 70S Bank Street GAYLOKD'S CASEY'S Old Stand. J (. Old Stand, JOS A. JACKSON, Architect, LILLEY BLOCK, WATERBURY, 117 West 124th Street, New York. PLANS AND SUPERINTENDENCE Of .11 classes of buildings. Many years successful experience enables me to secure for clients the best results with the. least possible expenditure. Frank Millers. Go, COAL 11 SOUTH MAIN STREET. OLD COMPANY'S LEHIGH COAL DIRECT FROM THE MINES. We have a large stock now on hand and are delivering for winter use. Or der now before any further advance in ri-ie All Lirwlo r.f Wnnd. div and nie- parpd in any shape. You want it, give us a iriai. CITY LUMBER and COAL CO. N. W. GREEXMAX, - 03 BANK ST. Y ard and Elevator near Xew England Depot. WATERBURY RAGES. list of entries; for: the four days' meeting. Good Races and Good Weather Pre dicted Most of the Crack Racers of New England Will Compete Good Purses That Will Insure a Large Number of Starters. The Waterbury Driving Co will have a four days' session at the Driving park next week, beginning Monday. The best horses in the country have been entered In the various classes and the sport loving people of Waterbury will be treated to good races. Foliowing is the list of entries: FIRST DAY. Class 2:35, trot and pace, purse $200. Glouchester, g g, H. G. Barrett, West Somers, New York. Minnie B., D. Kinghorn, East Hart ford. Billie Mack, b g, W. D. Augur, Mid dletown. Gray Nose, b g, C. H. Nichols, Wa terbury. May Girl, br m, Syracuse, g g, D. Gardner, Millerton, N. Y. Jackey Horner, b g, N. F. Bush, New burg, N. Y. Ivory M., b m, J. Dennis, Hartford. Alle, c g, James McFarland, Bran ford. Modena, b m, F. W. Reynolds, Hart ford. Clime, b g, Piquent, b m, Spring dale stable, E. F. Bass, Holyoke, Mass. Maud Sherman, b m, Roscoe C, br g, A. F. Dodge, Amenia, N. Y. Gambitt, b g, Alameda Girl, br m, Allen Risk, Willimantic. Class 2:23, Trot and Pace, Purse $300. Allie Boy, b g, Bowdoin and Wyler Hartford. Wilkes Pointer, br g, C. H. Nichols, Waterbury. Bob Grant, c g, C. H. Nichols, Wa terbury. Jad Dee Oh, b g, F. T. James,' White Plains, N. Y Dennie B., b g, Gecyjpe Winn, Water bury. Nutmont, J., b s, J.Dennis, Hart ford. Eagle Lake, b m, W. E. Beckerle, Danbury. Pine Knot, br g, D. J. Wright & Bro, Allentown, N. J. Shakespeare, b g, W. E. Williams, Washington, Hollow, N. Y. Wizhorn, b g, S. W. T., b g, A. F. Dodge, Amenia, N. Y. Highland Maid, b m, N. D. Baldwin, Derby. Hot Stuff, b m, Straight Blue, b m. Allen Risk, Willimantic. SECOND DAY. Class 2:32, Trot and Pace, Purse $200. Gloucester, b g, H. G. Barrett, West Somers, N. Y. 1 Minnie B., D. Kingharn, East Hart ford. May Girl, br m, D. Gardner, Miller ton, N. Y. Starmont, b g, John H. Shields, Wal lingford. Modena, b m, F. W. Reynolds, Hart ford. , The Deacon, Rundle & White, Dan bury. ' Governor Page, b g, P; B. Norton, Waterbury. Gambitt, b g, Alameda Girl, br m, Allen Risk, Willimantic. Class 2:28, Trott and Pace, Purse $300. Brandy Wine, D. Kinghorn, East Hartford. Lady Ethel, Al Reynolds, Bowdoin and Wyler, Hartford. Franklin Boy, g g, C. H. Nichols, Waterbury. Jay Dee Oh, b g, F. T. James, White Plains, N. Y. Mary Holly, D. E. Strong, Hartford. Fanny Medium, James McFarland, Branford. Little Jack, b g, James McFarland, Branford. Teazle.b s, Matt Darcy, Hartford. - Special Boy, c g, F. W. Reynolds, Hartford. Crystal Red, c s, Rosalite, Miss Har per, b m, Springdale stable, Holyoke, Mass. Pettie John, William Jones, Worces ter, Mass. Herbert C, b g, W. D. Upson Wa terbury. ' ' ,. " , Uncle Reuben, b g, F. P. Barrows, Hartford. Maud Sherman, b m, Roscoe C, br g, A. F. Dodge, Amenia, N. Y. Roval mikci the food Dure. wholesome and delicious. I mm Absolutely Puro LAVINE Is always the sain", a sure, quick, and harmless agent for removing dirt and grease. LAVI N E Is an old, reliable, well-tried, and well-liked washing powder. Ask your grocer for LAVINE THE H1RTF0JD CHEMICAL CO, HARTFORD COXX. Write for a list of new premiums. THIRD DAY. ' Class 2:30, Trot and Pace, Purse $200. Gloucester, b g, H. G. Barrett, West Somers, N. Y. Billie Mac, W. G. Augur, Middle town. Gray Nose, b g, Franklin Boy, g g, C. H. Nichols, Waterbury. Syracuse, g g, D. Gardner, Millerton, N. Y. Jakey Horner, b g, N. F. Bush, New burg, N. Y. C. C. C., b g, C. H. Cook, Hamden. Ivory M., b m, J. Dennis, Hartford. Fannie Medium, b m, Little Jack, b g, James McFarland, Branford. Mary B., b m, F. W. Reynolds, Hart ford. Crystal Red, Rosalite, Miss Harper, b ms, Springdale stable, Holyoke, Mass. Pettie John, William Jones, Wor cester, Mass. Herbert C, b g, W. D. Upson, Water bury. Uncle Reuben, b g, F. P. Barrows, Hartford. Gov Page, b g, P. B. Norton, Water bury. Class 2:25, trot and pace; purse $300. Hal P., D. Kinghorn, East Hartford. Lady Ethel, Al Reynolds, Bowdoin & Wyler, Hartford. Boozer, b g, C. H. Nichols, Water bury. Maud, b m, Dr R. B. Rhitt, Kings bridge Road, N. Y. Jay-Dee-Oh, b g, F. T. James, White Plains, N. Y. ' Jarenta, br m, Queen Esther, b m, C. H. Cook, Hamden. Nutmont, Jr, b s, J. Dennis, Hart ford. Harry W., d g, F..W. Reynolds, Hart ford. Herbert C, b g, W. D. Upson, Wa terbury. Misa Casca, ch m, M. Conlin, Wind sor. FOURTH DAY. Class 2:24, trot and pace; purse- $300. Hal P., D. Kinghorn, East Hartford. Boozer, b g, C. H. Nichols, Water bury. Jay-Dee-Oh, b g, F. T. James, White Plains, N. Y. Pine Knot, br g, D. J. Wright, Allen town, N. J. Harry W., dun g, F. W. Reynolds, Hartford. Shakespeare, b g, W. E. Williams, Washington Hollow, N. Y. Wizhorn, b g, S. W. T., b g, A. F. Dodge, Amenia, N. Y. Hot Stuff, b m, Strath Blue, b m, Al len Risk. Willimantic. Class 2:26, trot and pace; purse $300. Vestal and Brandy Wine, D. King horn, East Hartford. Lady Ethel and H. Reynolds, Bow doin & Wyler, Hartford. Boozer, b g, C. H. Nichols, Water bury. Maud, b m, Dr R. B. Rhitt, Kings bridge Road, N. Y. Jay-Dee-Oh, br g, F. T. James, White Plains, N. Y. Jarenta, b m, Queen Esther, b m, C. H. Cook, Hamden. Eagle Lake, b m, W. E. Beckerle, Danbury. Teazle, b s, Matt Darcy, Hartford. Special Boy, c g, Mary B., b m, F. W. Reynolds, Hartford. Oxia, Rundle & White, Danbury. Herbert C, b g, W. D. Upson, Water bury. Felice, b m, Air Line farm, Middle field. Miss Casca, ch m, M. Conlin, Wind sor. Maud Sherman, b m, Rfescoe C, br g, A. F. Dodge, Amenia, N. Y. Highland Maid, b m, N. W. Baldwin, Derby. FRATERNAL AND THEATRICAL. Meetings and Local Events of Interest to Many People. MEETINGS TO-NIGHT. School meeting. Waterbury association, N. A. S. E. MEETINGS TO-MORROW. Socialist Labor party. Waterbury Turn Verein. ' French Canadian institute. St Francis Xavier Holy Name soci ety. COMING EVENTS. Sept 4 "The Widow Jones." Sept 6 Blaney's "Boy Wanted." Sept 7-l-Chauncey Olcott. Sept 8 "The Cotton King." Sept 9 "Shantytown." Sept 10 "Hearthstone." Sept 11 Steve Brodie. -Sept 13 and week "The Wonderful Sages." "THE WIDOW JONES." Flo Jrwin and her talented company will present the frisky and just a bit naughty "Widow Jones" at the Jacques to-night. For years Miss Irwin has en joyed the reputation of being clever and original. In addition to her playing the bouncing widow inimitably, her darkey songs delight the ear and set the boys to whistling. Prominent among the supporting cast are Edward S. Abeles, late star of "My Friend from India," Ada Lewis, George W. Barnum and many others equally clever. "A ROY WANTED." The best ever produced by Mr Blaney, and his successes have been very numerous the past five years. Why? Because he has only the best comedians, prettiest girls, sweetest singers, finest dancers and high class vaudeville artists, who were all' suc cesses on the various roof gardens and theaters of New York the past summer. At the Jacques Monday night. CHAUNCEY OLCOTT. That clever young Irish comedian, Chauncey Olcott, will make his first ap pearance at the opera house Tuesday, September 7th, in his new play, "Sweet Inniscarra." The pronounced success made by both actor and play in New York last season, where it ran for over four months to crowded houses, should not be forgotten by our theater going people. , "THE COTTON KING." "The- Cotton King," William A. Brady's successful melo-drama. is to be seen here on Wednesday evening, Sep tember 8th, at the opera house. Care ful attention to detail, a great cast and magnificent scenic settings, have all contributed to the success of this piece, and a great success it certainly has been, for it has all the elements of SUCC66S THEATRICAL CHATTER. Picked Up Here, There and Every where For Our Readers Some one has discovered not only that William E. Gladstone, England's "grand old man," wrote a play long years ago, but that at one time he as pired to be an actor. John L. Sullivan has been engaged to appear at the Pleasure Palace, New York, in the latter part of September in a short musical farce called "Pleas ure on the Ocean." He will imperso nate a perfect "gent," but will not be allowed to lift his voice in song. He will talk, box and punch the bag. :: The theatrical season is upon us, but as yet we have heard of but one ama teur production, which is in the works. That is the comic opera "Pirates of Penzance," which is to be put on the boards by the Sacred Heart choir, as sisted by some of the best talent in the city. It is usual at this of the year to hear of one og two others in course of preparation, fie St Jo seph's society and the Acmes were talking strongly of a three nights' repertoire before last season closed, but there is no talk now. We learn that no dates have been secured by either organization, and that is some thing very surprising. The Brooklyn Dramatic club may probably be con tent to use their own cosy little thea ter, and right well can they supply the demand in that section of the city. What has become of all thn onlrono for Thespian honors? New talent is developing every year and we would not be surprised this year, to see some of the old-timers give way to the new comers. The field is open and the les sons learned in amateur theatricals are worth the time and expense con nected with them. ' ii may not be generally known, but it is a fact nevertheless that Klaw & Erlanger of New York control the bookings of nearly all the best shows on the road. With this control they supply a syndicate of theaters from Portland, Me, to Seattle. Many strange tales are told of this syndicate which, when it first originated, was con demned by all except by those closely interested. Several theatres started out to defy the syndicate, but they were compelled to get on the inside or lose the best attractions. Hyde & Be man of Brooklyn had control of all the theaters in Brooklyn, but they were forced to put three of those theaters in the syndicate before any attractions were booked. The syndicate is a ben-: efit in a good many respects, for it will gradually crush out of existence the riff raff and fly-by-night companies, which have done so much toward de stroying good theatricals. Almost every large city in Connecticut is represented in this syndicate, and usually only one theater in each city. It will be interesting when the new theater is completed to watch what the syndicate will do in the mat ter. Will it be a case of freeze out, or will Manager Poli be able to secure, at tractions not furnished by Klaw & Er langer? It is hinted pretty strongly, that in New Haven, where Bunnell's theater is the recognized play house of the syndicate, that no effort has been made in past years to coerce the other theaters, but that the screws will be put to work during the coming season. Klaw & Erlanger having control of all the best attractions, will ultimately want to see the syndicate tfcsaters pro tected. These theaters, to obtain good attractions, had to come inside, and pay their percentages and naturally they will demand protection. As the prospects then, of the new theater in Waterbury become brighter, it will be seen that there will be fun galore and perhaps a superfluity of theatricals. The present Salvation Army barracks is now all but leased to a Boston com pany for continuous vaudeville per formances; the auditorium has been r.poken for by a sporting coterie of gentlemen from Hartford. It is their intention to give variety perform ances, athletic contests and perhaps polo during the coming winter. Wa terbury should be well provided for if all those things take place. BRANDON. WHAT DO THI) CHILDREN DRINK? Don't give them tea or coSee. Have ,rrn tTMArl thft 1 1 p.w food (i tti k called Grain-O? It is delicious and nourish ing and takes the place ot conee. 'i ne more Grain-O you give the children the more health you distribute through their systems. Grain-O is made of pure grains, and when properly pre pared tastes like the choice grades of coffee, but costs about V as much. All grocers sell it, 15c and 25c. LIST OF PATENTS Granted to New England Inventws During the Past Week C. A. Bailey, Cromwell, combination lock; T. G. Bennett, New Haven, lock ing means for operating levers of fire arms; W. H. Chapman, Portland, Me, electric regulators for dynamos; L. H. Cobb, Portland, Me, dust proof ball bearing for bicycles; G. H. Dimond, Bridgeport, friction driving pulley for sewing machines; A. &. Fitz, Auburn, Me, machine for shaping heels of lasts; C. C. Freeman, Dixfield, Me, devices for feeding blanks, etc; H. S. Frost, Watertown, pipe holder; J. B. Goss man, Hartford, trunk cot; R. R. T. Grant, Westville, lace fastener; J. Gray, South Manchester, making in sulating material; L. C. Huse, Laconia,, N. H., fashioning mechanism for knit ting machines; J. L. Isbell, Berlin, hanger for paint pails; G. E. Martin, Hartford, sealed gate valve; A. Mathews, Pawtucket, R. L, rocking swing- W A. Penfield, Meriden, bicycle bell- G E. Philbrick, Manchester, N. H knitting machine needle; W. Pol son Fabyans, N. H., cap for bottles; F Rhind, Bridgeport, acetylene gas generating lamp; F. H. Richards, Hart ford, weighing machine; H. B. Sargent, New Haven, screw machine; C. Scho enleber, Bridgeport, billiard cue trim mer and tip fastener; T. Thomas,-New Haven, combined drill and oyster dredge; H. C. White, North Benning ton, Vt, stereoscope; R. C. White, Wal doborough, Me, heater frame for lamps; G. E. Witherell, Hartford, au tomatic screw machine. BROOKLYN BRIEFS Miss Josie McAuliffe of Bank streat is home after a vacation spent with hef cousin. Miss Mary O'Connell of Win sted. When the United Gas Improvement Co carted its pipes for the new main into Riverside street a well known citi zen was heard to remark: "Didn't I often tell you that the city would be obliged to rip up that old sewer and put another there instead? It costa more to keep it cleaned out than it doe to clean all the rest of the catch basins in the city." The man spoke without making any investigation. DATH OF E. R. CROSBY. His Funeral Will Be Held in Windsor Locks Xo-Morrow. This morning the following dis patch was received at the "DemncTit'! office. Windor Locks, Sept A, 1897. Ta t "h a "Tl"t,l . T" j. . t Edward R. Crosby died at -7:15 o'clock last night Funeral Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Windsor Locks. MRS E. R. CROSBY. Edward R. Crosby was born neaK Boston, Mass, about forty years ago ' and had resided in this city .for several -years. He was well and favorably known in society circles and did much, to promote the interest of the F. of A., not only in Waterbury, but also in ntlini. nA.n4.Jn.n P 1. ...... WTlAV 1.!. wire and mother he lived at 928 Bant street, until a couple of weeks since v when the family went on a vacation to friends in Windsor Locks , in the hope that the change would assist in building up Mr Crosby's shattered constitution, which became impaired through a three months siege of ty- . . i . .j r ..i ' i n..4. . i. Ituuiu icvei (I ilk i uueuuiuuttL. nut. iuv change did not have the desired result and he passed away last night. The deceased was a familiar figure on the public streets of Waterbury and he will be missed from the meeting rooms of the local courts of Foresters ' and in other social gatherings where he waa always a welcome visitor. He" was an expert angler and all around sports man ttnii Ittipw mnrp nrtout. tlife habits ' . of the finny tribe, wild birds and other denizens of the forest than any man . we have ever known.- The crack of . the rifle and the swish of the waiter disturbed by the finny tribe were music j; to his ear, and until his health, failed he was constantly occupied in Bome such pastime. Several years ago while on a hunting expedition with John Chipen, the accidental discharge of a , rifle deprived him of his left arm, and while he felt the loss of -the member keenly, still it did not destroy his pro verbial good nature and he went irn,irh nf with a In.uh. makinK friends on all sides, and apparently gay and happy i under all conditions. He was the organizer of Coupt Martin Hellmann and considered thia. one of the chief efforts of his whole life, and fook pride in pointing to it as the "banner court of the state."' He was well educated and kept well . up to the times, so that no matter What, subject came up for discussion he was quite to home at it, and this coupled with an inexhaustible supply of naive hu-: mor, rendered him a very desirable companion "and no social , event waa considered fully equipped to perform its functions to good advantage unless Mr Crosby occupied a prominent place on the programme. It is understood that quite a good representation of local -t oresiers win . . , Vi f,inanil snd i t in pArtnln that if he had died at his home on Bank street, every court in town would vote to attend. Mrs Crosby belonged ori ginally in Windsor Locks. She is a woman of excellent character and has the sympathy of a wide circle of friends and neighbors in her sad bereavement. STRIKING MINERS ARRESTED. Clarksburg, W. Va, Sept 4. The striking miners prevented the men from going to wcr,k at the Pinnickin nick mines and fourteen were arrested, but afterwards released on their own recognizance for trial "on September 11. A large crow-d of the strikers congre gated at the.,A.damson mines, waiting for the men to come out. The super intendent Jfqcked the men in the mines and went for the sheriff, who dispersed the strikers. George Coldborough, a miner at Pinnickinnick, was terribly beaten and probably fatally injured by one of the strikers. More trouble is feared. ,. ' ANOTHER ANARCHIST OUTRAGE. Barcelona, Sept 4. The chief of police and the' assistant hief, who di rected the investigation into the Bar celona bomh outrages, were shot and wounded seriously last night by a sup- ' posed anarchist, who was subsequently arrested. - , ; TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. It was- announced that Rif aat Pasha Is to succeed Mustapha Bey as Turkish minister at Washington. - The receivers of the Massachusetts Eenefit Life association were ordered by the court in Boston to wind up th affairs of the concern. In the pacing race between Star Pointer and Joe Patehen at Hartford, Star Pointer won in two straight heats, the best time being 2:03. A company has been incomorated In ! New York with a oanHnl of 7K 000 AAA to construct a ship canal through Flor ida, connecting ocean and gulf. A passenger train and a freight train intji. tu a ucn&u uii cuiusiuu u.l iorai Park, on the Long Island railroad, and five persons were injured, none fatally, FREE -PILLS Bend your address to H. E. Bucklen & Co, Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr King's New Life Pills. A ' trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particularly efEective in the cure of constipation and sick headache. For malaria jmri liver troubles thev have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetaoie. iney ao noi weaken by their action, but by giving tone to the stomach and bowels great ly invigorate me system, iteguiar aisv 25 cents per box. Sold by Apothecary Hall Co's drug store.