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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 201902. Fine Furniture Cheap. . . . . Noyi b.tht Tirac to buy? Furniture we're jettiivg' stocks in shape for the tssiy fall goojis. ach . dqjartment has . several different lines to close out, and it's all reliable., well m a d up-to-the-minute Furniture, too;1 thats the best of it. See and be convinced. J. Jlr Bunrall & Co. '. 1 CO BANK STREET. ; ' f-;-- CND EST AKING Night calls an svrered by C. E. Seymour, 184 Maple street, phone; P. M. Stew i art, 101 Franklin street, phone. INVESTIGATE. No matter what make, of piano you :hink of buying yoa omrbt to be wili jig to iarestigate the ; -V. Jycrs & PoriH WbCc It ay for joa to di ao. - THE DR1GGS $ SITH CO. :-' - Cor. iokAndiOtusA&ssxfs. ;'' ; . Telephone 72. v ' 'We bay large stock f Organs ami -we "wish fo dispose of them to make room for other tock. , Organs from $5 cs, . . LSSIIiBlllFIIOf ." " ' A W. " SKINNER. Mir:' ': j ' ' . ' " " 1 i -; - ; its Ifc W&terbmar. V . I, ,IL U i in iii iii -n-f- i - i -i " ' " Two Choice Rooma. 2e4 fioor, Tieroey . EJdck. Jaqtdre at TlersBj's Real Estate ; Ofiic . 167 BANK. Undertaker. Funeral. Director Residence' East Main St Store. St. Patrick's iDlbck, 110 Broadway. : i ; Telephone at stole and res dence.: . !-: ; .;.'lSHAM'S Negligee Shifts Must Go; Must hare the room for fall goods. , All $1.50 Negligee Shirts now $1.23. All $1 Negligee Shirts now ?9c. V. All sizes, 14 to 18-inch collar.. ; 16 EXCHANGE PLACE. " WALLPAPER, MIXED PAINTS, . VARNISHBSr ; i;--;GLASS,;;- i PUTTY, : BRUSHES,:. ..; s;Etc.,;at::IP. O, 4 Valentine? s Tel 117-4. 64 Grand st: PENMANSHIP Prow Teaches every pupil to. writ m fiaa rapid, boxlnes3 Uaod, la a couraa of 19 prirato lec;ona and do failures. AU klocls of pes wort executed in tin tlgheat dtgTee f art ' . 167 BAXIv STREET. Swordffsh. Blue Fish, Sea Trout, Porgles, Fresh Mackerel, - . , - -.,. Soft , She!! Crabs, Lon and Round Clams and . ; Lobsters :" . Fulton Fish Market CORNER FINE AND CHERRY STS. . Telephone 213-i,-, y - - '- r - f the latest, and Most, Improved Ma ;hinery at my new yard. I. am enabled la furnish the highest grade of monu mental a'nd building work at short no tice and bottom prices. . '.. .- Thos F. Jackson Bpenino democrat BJS :'.'' -; " , " TSSUKO R SXCfi OJEMOCKAT PUBTJSHIM& COMPANY C. HAtOSST, Jditor MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED RESS. f t SUBSCRIPTION .RATES. On8Year...J,..$5.M )no Monta. ........2o , Delivered by Carrlw. : : ADVEflTJSiNG ffATES. FxotP One teTj.t a Word .to tJ.DO an tocK. KeadiBf JC otices 5c xo 6oaltne WJSDKJSSDAY, AUGUST 0. 1902. The members of the board of public safety seeia lient a streiigthmuig the Waterbury police departiaeiit If there Is any Sidwood they iatend to 5t It OJit tf one toay judge from the Tote passed last dgbL ' That vole will 'serve to keep the. policejaiea on the ausioiaa seat tor a few wreeka, wutu after the police urgeoa gets through with them." It was wnofOeially stated to-day that' Mayor Oiartera end Cimdiflate TojoallBswii and Sa niamber of mutual friends had had A Weting'at Meadows End a week a,go" last Sanday and that it yvas idersl30od then that Charters was to become a candidate ti help Tonilinson. ; He Is to get bis reward, o the mmor baa it, la. the shape of the position no-w held toy Deputy Sher iff "Doughnuts" Parmelee, who made himself o unpopular daring the Far ret strike. New Britain Herald. Rubbish, every word of It, Mr Her aid. Charter Is in the race for hlm- self , and hat no aide Issues tacked on. The story was started by rival candi dates to injure bis chances. That ia as plain ns the nose on your face. The coal strike appears to be cul minating and the prediction that it wftt be ended by September 1 is be ginning to be accepted with hope by a suffering public One of the most en couraging things la connection with the dif&cufty between the miners and operators Is the news thta President Mitchell of the United Mine workers is to go to New York Thursday to con-r fer With J. Pierpont Morgan, who re- tarns from Europe to-morrow. Mr Mitchell is represented as baring great faith, in Mr Morgan's sagacity J ana it is .saia tnat ne Deiieves tnat ine result of his mission will b satisfac tory all interests.' If this statement Is- trtie,- they strikfe can ' be -settled quickly bythese-two men. To xpress a hope that it' will be seems' uhneces-sary.--nartf bid Post ':-- Here's "hoping that ' Morgan and Mitchell ..may' mutnally agree to stop the" strike, set the men to' work and bring coal down to a price where the poor people can be able to buy it. Cold winter is coming on, and it will not be ilon before . coal fires will be a necessity. Hurry up the good ? work, gentlemen. , . Representative Livingston, who stopped off in Washington on his way to Maine, where he will take the stump ,for the democratic party, predicts that rnere wjii e a aencit m tne country's finances for the fiscal year of $46,000, 000. He places the expenditures au thorized by congress at $1,049,000,000,, and the "same ' congress repealed the war revenue tax bill. Therefore,1 he says, the expenditures will exceed the receipt by $46,000,000. This he be lieves will be hailed with joy by the bankers, for it will mean a bond issue which jWill enable them to predicate an Increased circulation, without paying the high premiums which United States bonds are now commanding. He say that the administration will issue bonds and attempt to make the people believe that they are issued in order to. meet a .demand for government ser enritiegwhich arises as a 'result of the extreme prosperity of the country. It is not considered likely, however, that the government will find it' necessary to Issue bonds for the especial purpose of meeting a deficit An issue of bonds is provided for by the Spooner resolu tion authorizing the construction of the Panama canal, and already the officials are counting on that issue to help out the secretary in his efforts to meet the deficit Thero 13 Jlttle doubt but that' Senator Spooner had been requested by the administration to provide for that bond fssVe pf 130,000,000 for that very purpose"..' :--;-V There is reason to believe that the long Anticipated "shake-up" in the treasury department is about to take place' says a Washington correspon dent lit is claimed, by those la a po sitioato know, that Assistant Secretary Spauiding will go out very soon and that -bis successor has been decided upon, ' Assistant Secretary Alles is also talked of a likely to be asked for his. resignation General Spauiding, it is eald, will be "taken care of" in somo other and less Important position with in the department . A new appraiser is to be appointed for the port of New York,-and- rumor. ha; ii that the ap pointment will go to William D. By- i num of Indiana. The minor clerks of a severe 'shaking-up"v of late by the inaugara'tlou f new methods by the secretary, and they are bewailing : the: fact, that this is a "strenuous adminis tration."' Under the new rulings, the work of the department must be kept up to date, letters inust be answered the same day that they are received, and work must be done in a business like manner and not son the old gossipy, get-it-done-whea-It's-coBvettient . man ner which has characterized the de partment in' the past The change is; appallingr to many of the aiident nv ployes of theJepartment. who foresee doom, for they have too. long followed the old way to be capabie of adapting tseniesaves to the new, and tbeir chiefs wiU be obliged t Tecommead them Jot. dismissal because they cannot keep tip with the pace set by the man from Iowa. ' : ' . . . The entire duck, mills of New Hart ford fell into the bands of the ''trusts, and are ordered -fAotmd, thws tiirowiag 800 bands out of eaaployMient. Tim rea son given is' that the combine can make the gowds cheaper in ihe sowth, wbere children from infancy almost up ai-e compelled to. tool in the factories, thei-e fotiog ' iM law to preveut " cbiM labor, as in the aorth. Verily, - ignorance, greed and superstition gon baud in hand. Woodbury i-eportei'. , General Avery D. Andrews of New York, who married the daughter of Lieutenant i General 3F. M. Scbofiekl, sailed for Europe Thursday, and while abroad will Jpake a special study of the police systems of London, Paris, Berlin and other cities. General An drews, who was formerly police com missioner on the Boosevejt board, is a member , of the committee named by Mayor Low to draft a plan of police reorganization and la looked upon as a man already wen fitted f Or the work. New Haven Union. A rather suggestive statement was made by a writer in the. New York Tribune, when he, or she, says it has been found in an overcrowded Brook lyn High school that the pupils who have only half a day at school on ac count of lack of room make quite as good, progress as those who have a full day. The fact, if it is a fact. Indicates that the school system is too exacting, and that those 'who escapo some of the superfluities and concentrate -their time on the essentials lose nothing in the long run, Hartford Times. An echo f the recent New. Haven strike is the fact that Attorney James H. .Webb of aew Haven has received a letter from Attorney General Phelps m respouse; to th communication rel ative to the appointment of ia receiver for the Fair Havejrand Westville rail road. Tlw attorney general acknovrl- edges the. receipt of ? the communica tion, and congratulates Jew Haven of, cause the strike has been settled. He expressed the hope " Aiat the strikers' union would- prove; of benefit to .'the public and to the company. 'Hartford They have a story In Boston that when President Roosevelt was; there Senator Lodge , asked hini'1 if he bad hesard? "Senator JDepeW's new story?" Mr oosevelt answered; - .-."His new story? Impossible! Depew hasn't had a new story mce he wrote about Jo nah and the whale." The senator laughed as he said: "Oh, don't blame that one otfDChauncey. It was written some thousands of years before he was born.". "Pretty much the same thing might be. said of all Depew's stories," was the president's retort.-New Brit ain Herald. . . ; WHAT BEFELL MR BEFFEL. Peter Beffel, a carpenter and con tractor of Racine, Wis, can no doubt lay claim to having met. with a larger number of accidents in bis lifetime, and still live to tell it, than most per sons in the world. 1 v) , ' Beffel is about 50 years of age. Thirty odd years ago his misfortunes began when both hands were terribly ripped by a buzz saw.. Recovering from this, both f his ankles were bro ken by a fall from a house. Next in order several ribs were broken, then nte left arm and later his right arm. His head was cut open and jaw broken by. a falL For a time his misfortunes ceased. Less than two years ago both of his legs were broken at Milwaukee and he was crushed about the body so that few bones were whole. It took over a year to get around. Shortly after, he fell from a stepladder and was injur ed dangerously, internally. Now he again has broken an arm, having been injured at Kenosha. Beffed said to-day that he did not believe he had a whole bone in his body. Milwaukee Sentinel. . SHOTGUN POSTPONED WEDDING The marriage of John Thorp, the school teacher at Bean Lake, to the daughter f -Bob Rose - of Bean Lake, which was' announced' to occur this evening;, has been postponed, It is un derstood. It is repotted that the father of young Thorp stopped the young man as he was going to St Joe for a license this morning, and, at the point of a shotcun, compelled him to return home. The marriage seems to be off, temporarily at least,; a6 orders for Merce Green's mandolin club, and for refreshments, placed, in Atchison this morning, have been canceled. The groom is 22 years of age and the bride is 14. It is; said that Rose objected to the marriage some time ago because of the tender years of his daughter, but that when the couple seemed deter mined he finally gave his consent,, and prepared to make the occasion an en joyable one for, the bride and groom. ' Atchison Globe. MiscFCeimt.ou lu Sew York. During the past five years there has been a decided increase in the number of marriages in New York between . white and colored people. In 18S5 there were 729.Buch marfioges, 369 negroes having married white women and 360 colored women having been . married to white men.' Last year there were ' 1,846, in which 920 negro. women were married to white men and 926 negroes married; white women jN. Y. Suj ' i u m ""j1 PORE OLD DAD T Ye-kin sca'ce pick up a pape An' its "poets' corner' greet, , 'Cept ye'll see er pritty poem - fBcnrt the mother, ifsaintiy, sweet; But ye'll have a time a-searchin'p .t Byes will er-a-ehln' bad . Ere xe'JU overtake er poem Writ about the pore ole dad ! No, it isn't willful in m- . Tbem What write of mother -dear That thar's never notice taken Of her ole man eittin' near; No, it's never meant to -slight ,filmr But hit looks a little .sad AJ1' the bouquets made for mother, Not a bloom for pore old dad! T True our mother watched" above us 'Till' her dear 'ole eyes- wufl ache, But oie dad, be bumped to feed, us Till his back wud nearly break, Mother crooned above the cradle, - Gave denotioB all -she. had j . Still, thar wasn't any circus ATI this time' for pore old dad! Do" not take one line from mother When ye write the soul-sweet song, But if. thar's a word for father, , Now an' then, it won't be wrong; , Poor ole soul, he's bent and wrinkled, An I know 'twould - make him glad If, while you are praisin mother, Somethln's ed for, pore ole dad! Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. CAMPAIGN AGAINST VAGRANCY.' It is announced from , Mississippi that bj most of the large towns the , county and city 'oflicials have inaug urated a vigorous and determaneu war upon vagrants, especially" negroes. The tendency of the begroes, especial ly those who do not i like work is to drift to the towns, where they can usually get some colored cook or, wash, crwoman to support them, or lo the event of finding no - woman to" 4feed them, they can make a living1 by sneak thieving, pocketbook snatch ing or balcony ; climbing. To meet this condition of affairs, . which '. has greatly Increased u the number of crimes, the Mississippi : officials have been instructed to vigorously enforce the laws against vagrancy. This will have the effect of. forcing ;the negro vagrants and hobos - either, to go to work or leave the state, for if they do not the authorities . will; put them at labor in -the workhouse. , There is no lack of work in Mississippi Just now, nor, tor that matter. In any part of tne Routn., The opening of the cotton picking season offers employment for all; indeed from all parts of the cotton country comes the story of a deficient supply of labor. There Is no excuse, therefore, for idleness and vagrancy and the authorities are wise in op pressing it :v, .: :'.,; ; The action taken h Ussissippi spesc. iaily recommends itself , ; to New; .Or. leans, where thousands of Idle negroes have gathered, withthe usual? result ol burglaries, larcenies,, and other pet ty crimes .There, is no more reason Why they should be allowed to live In idleness here at - the expense of the community than.. in Mississippi, in, the tight of the demand; from all parts or the South for more "farm and planta tion labor. New Orleans Times-Democrat. ' ' ' v ' ' ": i y:r:. - - - '- J r f i ,A WEARY VACATIONIST." A. friendwho has? gone to a cheap boarding place in the hills to spend hia vacation writes as follows:- : . , Back ward,, turn backward time in thy flight; r -;- .':;:;: v Feed me on gruel again Just for to "night. .'.'-' :-vv ..' I am so weary of sole leather steak, Petrified doughnuts v and vulcanized -'cake, - . . ' . Oysters that slept in watery bath, Butter as strong as Goliath or Gath, Weary of paying for what I don't ea Chewing np rubber and calling it meat, Backward, turn backward, for mean I ; am, . . Give me a whack at grandmother's jam; ? Let me drink milk that has never been skimmed, . . ..,, .. Let me eat butter whose hair has been ..-...trimmed; Let me once more have an old-fashion- l 'r- ed pie,' v.,,., : .' And then TIL. be ready to turn bp and die. . .. " WATERBURY, CONN. CAPITAL . . . . . ... i . . ". 400,000.00 SURPLUS 1 00,000.00 UNDIVIDED -(PROFITS.. ..v,.V. 21,668.08t DEPOSITS.' .- 1 ,1 29,942.32 Accoukts of Manufacturers, Mercliants, ' Corporations, Estates and Miidnals Solicited. ; Out-of-town Items Collected and Credited at par (Free of Exchange), Interest Allowed on Daily; Balances. . ' OFFICERS D. S. PLUME,.............; President h H. WHITTEMORE, ... .;.... ...fat Vlce-Prea. G. M.' WCODRUFF,...' ........ i. ....Trast Officer and 2ad Vfce-Pres. ' LOUIS N. VAN KEUREN. ....Secretary and Treasurer GEO. E. TERRY,... .............. General Cbonael EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE D. S. PLUME. J. H. WHITTEMORE, C..F. BROOKER, G.E. TERRY, ' C. P. GOSS, E. L. FRISBIE. Jr.. J.P.ELTON. DIRECTORS . ' ' ' d. s. plume, j. h. whittemore, cm. woodruff, carlos french. FRANKLIN FARREL. C. F. BROOKER, A. M. YOUNG, GEORGE E. TERRY, C- P. GOSS, . E. L. FRISBIE, Jr., J.P.ELTON. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS, s V Boxes S500 and Upwards I Exclusively Our Own Make. BEWARE 1 Of the 7-rib, but ask for our 8-nb Um brella. Here's a special week- offer in Umbrellas which will undoubtedly. cre ate a widespread attention. These Um brellas are made of the best silkoline. which will outlast any regular $3 Um brella; 26-inch paragon frame, steel rod, with a 'beautiful pearl handle, suitable for both men and women. Remember, the only 8-nb Umbrella in the city of our own make. This is a most exceptional Umbrella bargain, to prove that we make the best Um brellas in the city for the lowest price. TRUNKS and BAGS of the best grade at the lowest prices in the city, . Umbrellas re-covered and repaired m a first-class manner., Trunks and Bags repaired. Factory 74-78 Grand Istreet Waterbnry DmbrIla andTmiia Factory 179 Bank, corner wrani streat. Factory, 74-78 Grand street. MEW FALL " YOUNG bMlm The only ones on sale in town Call and see them at the Danbury Hat Store, , 2 1 9 Bank. Street. . ; ; ' , Ladies' Tailored Garments -' It is noi necessary vo go to New-York, tor tlia latest creations and newest designs In tailored suits and riding b&bits. Order your tailor-made BUltSOf ....'. . ., ... , X BUCK, 270 KorttL Main StM - New styles In maklnsr. ' New effects in nntsh. I am better prepared than ever to please toy large nnmber ot customers, wboare tae elite of Waterbury and Tiwnity. CHARLES F MILLER, , C arp enter and Builder, Estimates Cheerfully . . ; Furnished on Short Notice. BENEDICT STREET. ' Next TRACY 6R03 Telephone 148. Wanted ! 10 cords of seasoned Hickory "Wood at SALVATION ARMY WODOYARD. 212 Meadow St. Telephone 405-5.' CAPT B. A. RICHARDSON. Manager TUTORING. 1 Collea-e examinations High school and grammar work. ( II, S, GULLIVER, YALE, A.M. 51 Walnut street. 8-19-lm Ladies' We have cut these Oxfords to 67c a pair to sell them, and as there is a limited number of pairs the won't last Iohk- Come at once and get a pair. See them In bur windows. . . All our Summer Gpods sale. See pur prices before the Gdlby-Sheraood Siioo do 46 Center- Street People's Market . 21 Phoenix Avenue. ; S BOHL, Proprietor, Squab, Broilera,' Spring Lamb, Fowls, ' Choice Cuts of Steak, etc, etc, VEGETABLES. . ' Green Corn. Sweet Potatoes, ;' Ca'jliflower, Tomatoes Squash, Lettuce, Ureen Jt'eas. ueeis, Was: and Green Beans, Cucumbers, Fresh Eggs. - Watermelons on ice. Bacon and Dried Beef lu glass Jars; very delicious. , ' iThat's what the kidneys are- ! . . - ;'. - , - flv iWhat makes the kidneys sick?; A "simple "-hfji-'y ci': ,They have to much to''dd.! ; - 5 o ' Jfust keep up thcif work, they never. rest. - ', -V t Jt , . They can't be Warned for kicking;.' ' '. , JEver have your kidneys kick? - 1 -,o--t: .h v Ever have a bad back, a laraea weak or aching one. , , Know it's-the same thing?' ' ,t(r 3he back aches because the. kidneys are blocked, Help the kidneys with the work keep them tnovi- . And the back will ache no more. . V 1 It's the experience of Waterbury citizens, ' ' Read the case in point: 4 1 1 Mrs E. Tiernan'of 72 Pleasant street, ays: "I hftd rheosa tism In my lower Umbs, feet aad back. I took every kind of xoea cine when the attacks came on, but never receited much good. Being always on the outlook for something to help me, when I, was seized with the last severe spell I went to Lake's droj store anfl got a box of Doan's Kidney PUls. : They relieved me at once. There is proof that DOAtt'S KIDNEY PILLS do this. All Druggists keep DOAN'S Kidney Pills. Remember" the name DOAN'S and take no substitute '' Price ?o cents per, botf. ...Foster-Hilburn Co, Buffalo. N.: . Sole Agents.. . ' ) ' . ' lOMPAWY. "X T. Oxfords, 57c. cut in price to force their buying. 0 ' iTm'E HAIE Proprietor. 37-39 brook: street. ; i V Telephone C03-2. The Only Real 3prlnk Wster ici . v Inthe City - fpwUI atteotioa to lamily trade. ' Bonds and Stocks 1 I iF.-rz yd asiid. lBne when tKeyVe icteK BEFORE (T1IE-RDSII FALL SEASON 1 : ' . ' "' We will make Ladles Tailor Mad Suits to- oi-der" at the? fciy iow price oJ $10. if you want to get a suit mad to your measure don't delay; but glv( us your order now. Come in and s the goods, linings and trimmings ton .' these suits. ,: Fit jruaranteed. To make room for our fall goods w will clear out the Bummer1 good 9l your own price, of bargains. See our window ful STAR CLOAK STOP, 77 South Main Street, Opposite Harding's D9o Store. it Prof. Bailey he-opens his ball room -ani stage dancing glasses SEPTEMBER 25. OFFICE, TQ BAKK STREET.