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SVliTERBUR Y EWESTG DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27,1902.
MUSIC v. BINETS .-. , Music costs money. ' Theonly;- (way to" properly keep it is, in . cabinet. We have' never before shown' such a complete line, of i Cabinets as . now. Some have mirror tops, others . without. ? Most of them have door fronts. I (Keeps 'out the . dust.) : Others - epen at the front for curtain. All are beautifully, finished; and : any of the -following woods may . be found: quartered oak, 'golden, finish: mahogany, birch,, mahog any finish; burled walnut. But - you can get a much better idea - of them by seeing. - - ' - ' "r J. n. Burrall & Co v " Q BANK. STREET. " ' UNDERTAKING Night calls 'koi 8wered by C. E. Seymour, -1S4' - Maple street, phone: D. M. Stew , art, 101 Franklin street, phone. :"' "' .- '. '"issueo by : .-.." ' '- THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY r ';' ' ,1'" p. Malokey.'Editob ; ; 'V ' . MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. . OneY earl.... ..,.$5.03 ; One Montu. 42o : 7 . ; , r Delivered by Carrier. . - ADVERTISING RATES. , From 'One Cent a Word to 81.00 anlncn, . ! Reading JSTotices loc to 5caLina .: ' : aiONDAYi OCrOBEK 27, 1902. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. PIAHOS. PIANOS. PIANOS. t Ton will find, here everything just ; fcs represented. We have too mucn or a reputation to sustain to iuiitryie Sent. We are the largest piano deal jers in this vicinity. ' f '"' - WE BUY FOR CASH. i That's how we can afford to sell so fcheap. "... ' THE DRIGGS 5 4-9 Cfenter Street, - ; Telephone G33-3. '. . . ; 1 1 : . , - -. .. .v. - i Wt, a1 Sir- C41 H v PIANOS. ; ' - Low price'on these pianos .which are "fcoted for 'their durability . aid sweet tones, for one week oniv. - J.SD1EIBEIFIM0C0, A V. "SKINNER. APs I7"i RiMtfCTPrCT UATCODMBVPT 1 - FOR RENT. "TTwo Choice Rooms, 2nd "floor, Tierney , olocfc. . inquire at 'iiemey's Keai Estate (mice, 167 BANK. J; H, MULVILLB Undertaker, Funeral Director and Embalrnerv ; Residence, 439 East Main St. Store, , St Patrick's block, i 10 Broadway.- , - - . . ' , Telephone at stoi e and res- dence. . , , . ; , For' Governor MELBEIIT B. CAKY v olS,Iiidgefield" . j For Lieutenant-Governor E. f KENT HtJBBAKD of Middletown. For Secretary of State ARTHUR B. CALKINS of East. Lyme. For; Comptroller EDWARD G. KIL . DUFF of Waterbury. i For Teaaurer rHILIP HUGO of New Haven. .. For Attorney-General NOBLE E, PIERCE of Bristol. . For County ' Sheriff CHARLES - A. . TOMLINSON of Milford. For . Representative-at-Large HOMER ' S.' CUMMINGS of Stamford. . : ' The. New-York Herald personal col umn has corrected the error it sent broadcast a few days ago about Can didate Melbert B. Cary and family, and in yesterday's edition the following ap peared: "j.Ir and Mrs Melbert B. Cary have decided to dispose ;of their home in New . York and will pass ? most of the winter ' at their country place , at Ridgefield,. Conn. . LOOK FOR ISHAI'S "When in want of Heavy U n . .der wear and Gloves, ': ' "'v. . . ' ' i ' i - ' ' : .. You are sure : of ... finding .What you. want at prices that you can afford to pay. V J 16 EXCHANGE .PLACE. ' MIL PAPER. ' IWe have just , received a stock of all r Paper and of the latest patterns. 'Glass, Putty, Brushes, and also agent 'for Pan-American White. Lead. -v . iO: A, Valerifihpk Tel 117-6. 64 Grand st. Icciric Supplies Wholesale and Retail All Kinds - ' iTRin mm i,mhmtm I . HU Hill r OTHER HEAVY WORK. eilniana Engineering Co. E13 YEST MAIN .STREET. H L i ! PENMANSHIP IIMEIlley 'caches every pupil to write a fine rapid,, business hand. In a course of 19 j rivata lesions and : no failures. All fclids of ; pen . work executed in th fcigbest degree -of art. :' .'".'. .-r- r.r-: 1C7 BANK STREET. ulton Rsli Market HEW BEDFORD ESCOLLOPS. Xoug Islatid Clams, Hard ,.and Soft S ht H Crabs, N Frogs' Legs, Columbia Illver Balmoh,A Fresh -.Mackerel, Boll- Loads. Pickerel,, I'ike, Ciscoes, Blue- XlsL, Sea Trdit, Snapper Blues," Span 33i Mackerel, Lobsters and Cod Liver Cor. Clock ove. and ".Cherry st. Telephone 213-4' C .V", ' .rr at Is - Home With 'out a 'Mantel?1 f " rf ov.r jivnv Wuod Jfantols I tji gr ally im v.l ri - r,u drai?-, An -.1 Irons Congressman, First ' Districtr-WHi- LIAM F. O'NEIL, Hartford; For Congressman, Second District GEORGE N. MORSE of Meriden. Congressman,. Thiril Di&trict JAMES II. POTTER, Kllllngly.' Congressman, - Fourth District-rWIL LIAM D; BISHOP, Jr, Bridgeport. Senator Fifth ' District WILLIAM KENNEDY, Naugatuck. For Judge of Trob ate ROBERT A. LOWE, Waterbury. A- For Representatives JOriN J. BRO- PHY and LEONARD ASHEIM. wefe born Jii i5rater bury and have made Sthelr way to their present posi tions' in the community unaided. They will represent Waterbury in a credit able manner if elected, and will not be the creatures of any corporation or trust. Turn, out and elect; them. Ev ery democratic representative it is pos sible to get is needed for the coming session. The advocates and backers of , a one-' cent daily in Waterbury should look before they! leap. Watj&rbury Tls hard ly big enough yet to carry a one-cent daily , paper. , The amount of money received : from the sale of the' paper, would barely pay for, the stock con tained 'in it.' Thus it will be seen the advertising would "have to be made to foot all the other ollls, and they are pretty numerous in,: connection with a well" regulated and first class daily newspaper. The one-cent, dailies are something nice to think about, but those who . have hadf experience with them wish they were two or three- centers instead. -it-. There Seems " to be a general feel ing in the fifth senatorial-district that' Senator William- Kennedy, will again carry the district and by a much larg er vote "'than the last time. Senator Kennedy's Experience in legislative matters will be the means of bringing voters to Elm who believe .that an ex perienced man should be sent to the upper housed Our fellow townsman, Mr Tracy Senator Kennedy's oppon ent, lis a gentleman 'who- has the re spect of all classes of; people in Wa terbury, but his lack ,of; experience in political and legislative matters is giv en as a: reason why he should not be sent to Hartford. All indications at. tfiis time point to-a spirited campaign, and as - the district is democratic by a good majority Senator Kennedy should be elected. v. , - . ' There is unlimited joy in'democratic circles In Washington over the har mony '.which prevails throughout, the party and the prospects that united ef fort' will not only elect '. many 'demo cratic members to the house of repre sentatives, but will cut down the je? publican , majorities all aloflg the line. Within the past week David Bennett Hill has returned to his own. and has spoken, in the wigwam of Tammany Hall, Ex-President Cleveland, has not contented nimself with writing an in spiring letter to the New; Y,ork democ racy,' but has promised to go .on the stump and on next Thursday will ad dress an audience at the grand rally to.be held at Morristown, N. J., in sup port of DeWitt C. Flanagan, nominee of the fifth district Mr Bryan, ac cording to all reports, is working like a Trojan In Nebraska," and Tom John son is puncturing the tires of Uncle Hanna's "stand pat" ' juggernaut In .Ohio. For many years there has not been such' an exhibition of democratic harmony and the results are bound to be gratifying. ' y Both candidates are extremely pop ular with "workingmen. Mr Cross' plant was the first plant here to re cognize the demand for a nine-hour day. Republican. , This' will be news to the working men of Waterbury. They do not need, to be told about Mr Cross' 'atti tude toward labor. They, had a sam ple of it very recently, and if they do not show what they think about It at tbe polls next week-then they should cease to holler about cairtalists. and corporations grinding down the work-, logmen.' Tlie laboring 'men' have two good candidates, in Messrs Bropby ana Aslieim and tbey should turn out Secretary Shaw's -persistent advocacy of the ship' subsidy bill is not likely to make many votes for his party, espe cially In the west. His contention seems to be that because the govern ment subsidized the 'transcontinental railroads .it should subsidize the trans continental steamship companies, j The difference is so apparent that it must appeal to the most shallow thinker. And.too,' the recbrd of the govern ment's efforts to help -the transconti nental railroads is not one to be proud of. As i always, the case when the government turns philanthropist with the people's money, It got the worst of it. The close connection between the railway interests and those of Mr Mor gan's big shipping combine are - well known, j In fact they were exploited to English investors' to induce the in vestment of capital in the shipping trust, and it is apparent that after fighting an isthmian canal to , the bit ter end, and at least being .defeated, the railroads intend to forestall water competition by monopolizing the water transportation facilities, it is for help for. this prospective monopoly that Mr Shaw is "so pathetically appealing and it is safe to say that the majority of the people will not approve his course. '- i i i i i ii i ii . t i, mum., nu ,;.V""v,Vvi ,. The republican party is in a pretty mess over the question of tariff revis ion. : Senator Lodge, whom his fellow Harvard men the other -night de nounced as a boss of the most insup portable brand," is strenuously opposed to any revision, -while several republi can candidates for congress are seek ing votes on revision platforms. The only point of agreement between these disagreeing elements in the g. o. p. is that; if . revision is to come . it must and shall ' be done by the friends . of. protective tariff, .the republicans. But the people know the kind of revision the republican party would give. They have had an instance of the revision ' of the tariff in that duty of G7 cents a ton on anthracite coal, which no less " an 'authority than 'the distinguished secretary "of the navy, Mr . Moody, of President Roosevelt's cabinet, , . says was smuggled into the tariff when it was revised by its friends. Oh, yes, let the republican party revise the tar iff and the workingman will have the satisfaction of knowing that, -even if he has to go with meatless ' dinner pails and shiver for want "of coal, the "Christian , gentlemen" who have -by "divine right" the control of the coal and meat supply of the land are grow ing richer every day and consequently better able to subdue the lawless ele ments who erroneously think they are entitled to meat and coal. ' ' HEARD IN PASSING 'About the saddest " sfJTrv mi repord comes from a village in New York to the effect .that the villagers mistook a caAioad of crushed, stone for coal and passed a good -nart of . one iiijrht in filling sacks with the stones- and pack ing them ..: in : the darkness to their homes under the imnression thov were laying in a winter supply of .chestnut coai. j.ew iiaven Union. . One of the reports from Washington represents the president as anixous to see the bulk of 'the money voted by congress to the navy during the next few years put into first-class sea-going battleships, and not into cruisers, sup ply ships, repair ships, etc. His idea, we are told, is that the fighting line should be attended to first,- and the ac cessories afterward. It's a very be lievable report. Hartford Courant. We are rather sorry to hear that President Roosevelt is already at work on his message to congress. If he has already completed a part of it, what may not be feared from his incessant activity-as a writer during the ensuing six weeks? Last year he began to write his message almost as soon as he was sworn in as president of the United States, which was in the mid dle of September. His message last December, it will be (remembered was three or four times as long as it oughfc to have been. Hartford Times. - i f)r)A IniTlrlrOl and nna ln1nmT.in l ""c vyiuuiujii UU1-. P.versity lads earned nearly $15,536 be- ivveeu luay ana uctoDer 1, this year many of them, as usual, at tutoring or clerking. Onehired out as a farm hand, one as a day laborer, one as driver of a laundry wagon, one as row ,boat attendant, one as-salesman at a summer resort souvenir , booth. . A lucky young fellow made $350 superin tending a yacht club, another $200 as a lecturer on Shakespeare, a third $100 by setting type, a fourth $109 in a ma hclne shop and a fifth $153 timbering in a mine. ' fciCC Both young - nica Skill in Handling Cnrrencjr. The most expert handlers of cur rency in the country are located in this city. They are employed by the large banks and in the government service, counting hundreds of mil lions of dollars a. year. ; The more skillful ones are so expert that they can detect a counterfeit, without ex amining the note Itself: - This is done through the sense of feeling, it being virtually impossible for criminals to imitate the genuine paper in respect to smoothness, elasticity and general finish. N. Y. Post. Detective's Queer RnaeV A Paris detective recently con cealed himself in 'an empty wine-barrel at night to find some explanation of the frequent thefts of wine from the stores at Bercy. As "he expected, the thieves took him off in his barrel, witl others holding their proper contents to their headquarters, a disused fac tory, and'so enabled Mm to gt all the information lie wanted and to. secure the arrest of the four thieves. 2f. Y. PANAMA TITLE GOOD Attorney General Knox So Reports to President. . A THOROUGH INVESTIGATION MADE yVorts. on the Project Will Be De layed For Some Months Because ol Colombia's Failure to Ratify the Treaty. WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. Attorney General Knos) in a report just submit ted to the president says that if the United States should accept the offer of the new Panama Canal company submitted last - spring for the sale of the canal for $40,000,000 it would re ceive through the parties in interest a valid and Unencumbered title to the property. ; ; '? This decision was arrived at after a thorough investigation of the situation in Paris, '. first by Special Attorney Charles W. Russell and later by the attorney general himself. It was at first 'supposed" that as soon as the attorney general had satisfied himself of the sufficiency of the title to the canal property that could be con veyed by the French government the way would be clear for the appoint ment of the canal commission and soon after for the preparation of the specifi cations upon which the work is to be done. This was upon the assumption that the agreement upon tfie outlines of the treaty with the canal company reached in Washington between the secretary of state and the Colombian minister amounted to a pledge by the latter in behalf of his own government to promptly ratify such a treaty. ; Now, it has developed that the ratifi cation of the treaty is a long way off owing to the fact that the Colombian congress before which the convention must come has not ' even been elected up. to this time. . , The Czar's Plans. . LONDON, Oct. 27. According to the Copenhagen correspondent of the Daily Telegraph, the czar of Russia after vis iting Italy will proceed to Montenegro, Athens and probably to Constantinople. While in Italy the czar will have an interview with the pope. , Pretty Girls and gallant young men can be found in abundance with Prof. C. A Bailey in the Citizens Bank hall on every Monday and Friday evening, all bent on learning to trip, the light fantastic ever so gay. They , say it's the proper caper to, go there. Full value every time, and no chances will you take at this noted scientific academy of learn ing. Waltz and Two-Step taught in first lesson. ; Private lessons. Stage Dancing. Office, i- 70 - Bank street. pOLI'S THEATRE. TUESDAY EVENING, OCT 28. Farewell appearance of gifted In her successful romantic drama, The Power Behind the Throne. Prices 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c $1. ' Sale of seats Monday, October 27. - - JACQUES OPERA HOUSE ENTIRE WEEK, MONDAY, OCT 27. '., Matinees Every Day. Another Grand Vaudeville Treat? ' Gusttm'an, Ho'comb &, Curtis '.: . - ' -In- A m a win -.mm er session HOWARD & BLAND A STRANGE BOY .Wills and Hassan, Maddox and Wayire, and Many Others. Prices, 10, 20, 30c; afternoons 10 and 20c; ladies 10c. , - SEVEN NIGHTS FAIR, ST JOSEPH'S L A. SOCIETY, At City -Mall. OCT 25 TO NOV I, 1902 Good dancing and entertainment each night.. "Bijou Circus" special attraction for the week. . ADMISSION TO HALL 15c. $1,000 in cash distributed on combin ation books. 10-22-G Evarybody Can't Do Everything We can't paint a picture, or carve & statue, or make a coat, but we can wash clothes to perfection. We can do It because we do nothing else--have done, nothing else for a good while be cause we have studied It, and thought about it, and worked hard as any painter ever did. It requires as much hard work, and practice, and talent, to make a good laundry as to make a good picture. Everybody can't paint a pic tureeverybody can't wash clothes per fectly. We want you to give us a fair trial, and allow us to prove our word. Davis Steam Laundry 17 CANAL STREET Di&Vidli oSjcei C7 Grand strsst. U Directory of 1 RELIABLE SPECIALISTS 1 IN WATERBURY ARCHITECTS E. BENEDICT, ' . - 43 , East Main st ... FRENEY & JACKSON, Room' 30, 51 Leavenworth st. From 43 E. Main St. LEONARD ASHEIM, Room 25, Lewis building, Bank fit. ELECTRICIANS GEORGE M. CHAPMAN & CO. 43 East Main St. DOCTORS II. J, PE VEIL M. D. 148 North Main St. yf Veterinary Surgeon, .- Bes. 25 Johnson. Tel TEACHERS OF MTJSI0 CLARA BRZEZ1NSKI, Citizens' Bank building. DENTISTS J, W. MAHONY, 43 East Main street. PTTTTET3 AT, "DIRECTORS J. H. GRAY & CO. 235 North Main street. Funeral Undertakers.' Telephona day or night. - ' ' SIGN ARTISTS El OCKELS, 11 Spring Bt. Up-to-date sign work. T ATTTFQ TATT.fiUS FRANK DE FEO, formerly with Reid & Hughes, 70 Bank st. Telephone. PTTCTOTW TATTER JAMES H. CLINE, Prichard building, corner Bank and urana bxs. TnTcrcn-RTAT. ARTISTS GEORGE KLEEBER, 151 Bank Bt Over Jones, Morgan & o. RTRDS Singing Birds and Goldfish at F. GRA- BER'S Bird Store, xui 55. aiam bi. CARRIAGE MAKERS " MANN & DERRY, , 1G Brown st. RRIC-A-BRAC AND FURNITURE JOHN L. SAXE, 287 Bank st TASTT RTTYERS WILLIAM POSSNER, 303 Bank sr. Highest prices paid for Cast-off Cloth- . - . J. 1 . -'Anil ing. ena ijoslui; vm HALF PRICE TAILOR JOHN MOSEL, 24 Abbott ave. Repairing, cleaning and pressing la . oies' ana gems gaimcuto. . RESTAURANTS CALLENDAR BROS, 138 South Main streer. H0RSESH0ERS W. M. DOYLE, s 25 Jefferson street 1 . v BRASS BAND Waterbury Italian Band. Music for all occasions. Frank DeFeo, Mgr. Tel- , DON'T FORGET the new Barber Shop now open at 11 West Main "street, near Cone's drug store. LOUIS MENDLEBOHM. PATENTS. Patents Caveats and Preliminary Exam inations, etc. JAMES A PEASLEY, 51 Leavenworth street. OAKVILLE CO. . ' , MAKERS OF ; Wire and Metal Goods. P. O. Freight and Express. Address .Oakviile, Conn. Telegraph Address Waterbury. Cma, Nfevr York Omcv 48 Howard StreeU For Sale. A new, modern 1 one-family house, or will exchange for other property. Money to loan on first mortgage at 5 per cent, interest not in advance. Fire Insurance. L. R. Carter, 1 1 East Main Street. Tiie Broadway Stables v Rear of Poll's Theater. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY - E. W. BRADLEY, Manager. N, W. REED, Proprietor. Phone connection. P.Pollak & Co, 145 Bank Street. Regilding. We re-gild your Antique Mirrors ill the finest manner. Best workman. 1 ship and lowest prices. Best Gold Leaf used. " OUXTTBRrVIIlwK by the glass, quart or barrel. ' Good for kidney troubles or weak . stomach. J. E.WATTS, I50 SQUtH Main St. The Original r AMHEUSER BOSCH BUDWEISEa Now on Draught at T E. Guest's Cafe 03 SOUTH MAIN STREEXr On the J unrip. . Moving and tossing and turning, nothing short of on the Jump, now the real continuous performance. You see, we have got to put on our best bib and tucker for that new store. The contractor says If we let him alone he will beat the contract time a fortnight sure; "only protracting the. agony to be nosing about," just his expression. Everybody is chattering about our new quarters because the great tide of travel has got to pass our store to get Into the center of the city. . . . ,;. : . , . , Oh, but we're going to have the store of the string just bur kind of ceiling and just our kind of conveniences and our kind of decor ations and the public's magnificent stock from which to pick and everybody's kind of price. Those prices that place the real val ues in your hands and the real benefits at your disposal. .. Those Uncle Sam's for men are winning Immense favor because they deserve it and the quality and price reach for all classes, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. Nothing like them for value ever shown hero nor will you ever see such. ' Still at 46 CENTER STREET, and hoping. Thanks to Brother Whittlesey for saving us that north light; so thoughtfu1-. ; 14 FOR MERCY SAKE what are you doing with that . out landish Umbrella? Don't you see It leaks like a sieve V - ' COriE HERE AT ONCE Yon ran sret the best Umbrella of our own make, with 8 ribs, waterproof guaranteed, for the lowest price in the city. KE-UOVJSKiJSU ana IM PAIRING with Gloria silk from C5c up. We . also have the larsest and best assortment of TRUNKS, SUIT GASES and BAGS to be , seen In. the city at the lowest prices. Remember, every article you purchase from us we guarantee to keen in repair FREE for one year. : - LOOK FOR TIIE BIG CORNER STORE. i yap Waterbury Umbrella and Trunk Factory 17D Bank, corner Grand street.' AIL KINDS OF ' FURS ' - RE-DYED REPAIRING. L. Tru dell's 103 South Main St. Telephone 147-5. " HEARTH TO HEARTH TALKS. Call in and talk to us about your fireplace. ! : f , We' have ' everything for it Baskets, Grates, Andirons, Shovels and Tongs. All kinds of Spark Screens, Gas Logs, etc, -, Open evenings, Monuments at 2$ per cent reduction. ; "THE RIGHT PLACE," C. A. Jackson & Co 272-274 BANK STREET. NEW FALL : YOUNG STYLE The only ones on ' sal e in town. Call and see them at the Banbury Hat Store, 219 Bank Street. Gold Storage. We have a limited amount of space for the storage of APPLES, PEARS, Etc And would be pleased to quote rates on ap plication. Hygeia Tea and. Cold Storaga Plan! 1095-1131 BANK STREET. Telephone 202. R..E. MUNGER M .r. . - ' r ARTHUR G. AUGER Undertaker Embalmer and Fu ;: neral Director, 874 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Watef bury, , Conn. 'Residence and Night Call, 30 West Clay street. " Telephone 221-2. - - H w It Sore ads 1 Can't keep a "pfoo'd tiling" down. Ever notice how "good things" are imitated? , Better the article more the .imitators. How they will try to attach the success of merit, Hang on behind and reap all the benefit they can. Fortunately the public have a safeguard. . DOAN'S Kidney Pills have been imitated, But you cannot imitate the praise of them 'And true praise takes root and spreads. ' iThere are different kinds of praise, too. There's the kind you cannot prove correct. It comes from strangers living in far away places. That's not the kind we ask you. to believe. .. The praise for DOAN'S Kidney Pills Comes from people you know, friends and citizens, From Waterbury people here's a case of it: " Patrick McAvoy of No 34 French street says: "I had back ache for some time caused by lifting. while at. my work. I did not pay much attention to it at first, but it continued to grow worse and bothered me a great deal. I concluded my kidneys must be out of order anc! seeing Doan's Kidney Pills recommended so highly I got a box at n. W. Lake's drug store. They did everything expected of them. ! I Lad no trouble of any kind after I stopped the treatment. Shq-iid a recurrence take place I know now what to do." All druggists sell DOAN'S Kidney Pills. ' . : ; " Remember the name DOAN'S and take no substitute. Price 50 cents per box. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo, N, Sole Prog't,