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To buy the best you can for the money. Burrall's is the place to do it. If you have a FURNITURE WANT, you will make a mistake if you do not look through our large and complete stock before placing' - your order. Remember, "Burralls Reli. able Furniture" has a reputa tion of long standing. J. ri. Burrall & Co, CC BANK STFTEET. UNDERTAKING Night calls an pwered by C. E. Seymour, 184 - Maple street, phone; D. M. Stew art, 101 Franklin street, phone. : 52 Years in Busines INOS We Stand on Our Merit Public patronage Is, what we seek. It's not only the piano you buy. but the firm you buy of, that insures per fect satisfaction. We guarantee the piano. If you buy from us you get the best, the lowest prices and the best terms. THE DtflGGS $ SWTH CO. 4-9 Center. Street- t. Telephone G33-3. ' - Wheelock & Sterling PIANOS Low price on these pianos which are Uoted for their "uurability and sweet tones, for one week only. H, SOHflEKBEBG HID CO, .;, A W. SKINNER. M'gr , 175 BANK STREET, WATERBURY CT. FOR RENT. Two Choice Rooms, 2nd floor, Tierney? uiucju .v inquire at Tierney's Real Estate Office, 167 BANK. ' t xg&mm. ' " ' " ' ' . . ISSUED BT THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY " ' C. MAIiONKY. BDITOB - MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS,. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OneYear..... ....85.03 One Montu. .. 42o Delivered toy Carrier. ADVERTISING RATES. From One Cent a Word to fl.OOaninoti. Reading Notices loo to 25c a Cine FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1902. DEMOCRATIC, TICKET. B. CARY KENT For Governor MELBERT of Ridgefield. - For Lieutenant-Governor E HUBBARD of Middletown. - For Secretary of State ARTHUR B. VAJLKiiNS of Kast Lyme. For 'Comptroller EDWARD G. KIL DUFF of Waterbury. ,' . For Teasurer PHILIP 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 o. ouiiiJuiiNus; or sramioru. Congressman, First District WIL LIAM F. O'NEIL, Hartford. v For Congressman, Second District GEORGE N. MORSE of Meriden. Congressman, Third District JAMES H. POTTER. Killingly. Congressman, Fourth District WIL LIAM D. BISHOP, Jr, Bridgeport. Senator - Fifth . District5 WILLIAM KENNEDY, Naugatuck. For Judge of TVobate ROBERT A. LOWE Waterbury. ' . , r"v. " ... For Representatires-rJOnN i J. BRO- PHY and LEONARD ASnEIM. If the workingmen are v in earnest the democratic representatives to the house and senate, Messrs Asheim Bro- phy and Kennedy, will be elected by arge majorities next Tuesday. -g . hi MULVILLE Undertaker, Funeral Director and Embalmer . . Residence, 49 East Main St. Store, St ; Patrick's block, i 10 Broadway. . Telephone at stoie and res-dence. LOOfTORlSHAM'S" When in want of Heavy Un der wear and. Gloves, . You are sure of finding what you want at prices that you can afford to pay. 16 EXCHANGE PLACE.. WALL PAPER. We have just received a stock of Fall Paper and of the latest patterns. Orders promptly attended to. Paints, Glass, Putty, Brushes, and also agent for Pan-American White Lead. : O. A. Valentine's Tel 117-6. v ' 64 Grand sr. lectric ; Supplies ' Wholesale and Retail ' All Kinds ELECTRIC WIRING OTHER HEAVY WORK. Hew England Engineering Co. 843 WEST MAIN STREET. PENMANSHIP ITrofholley Teaches every pupil to write a fine rapid, business band, in a course of 10 private lemons and no failures. All fcinds of pen work executed In tliQ Highest degree of art. 167 BANK STREET. Fulton Fish Market HEW BEDFORD ESCOLLOPS. Long Island Clams, Hard and Soft Shell Crabs, Frogs' Legs, Columbia River Salmon, Fresh Mackerel, Bull heads, Pickerel, Pike, Ciscoes, Blue lish, Sea Trout, Snapper Blues, Span ish Mackerel, Lobsters and Cod Liver Oil. - . ' Cor. Clock ove. and Cherry st Telephone 213-4. What Is Home ;Withy out a Mantel? ? Put one of our n,v Wood Mantels In a room and you will gi-eatly im prove its appearance. i Reduced prices on Grates, Andirons &:! Fireplace Goods. .. . ,' If you want to see? democratic sen ator sent to .Washington turn put Tuesday and . elect Brophy, Asheim and : Kennedy. Every democratic vote will be needed at Hartford. party of the ' trusts. Nearly every trust In the country has been a con tributer to a: republican, campaign fund. - The trusts , !have. controlled re publican legislation. They . have fur nished the corruption . fund that has given the republican party the lease on life tha they have enjoyed. In return they have had a friend at court in the republican party. They have bought schedules into the present infamous and notorious trust-sheltering Dingley tariff." They have dictated legislation all along, legislation which has been in imical to the general good. The re publican party, while the professed friend of labor, is its worst enemy. It created a tariff which makes trusts to oppress labor. It made a tariff wnich increases the cost of living 30 per cent while it gives no corresponding in crease in the wages of labor. It would blot out the labor organizations of the country at one stroke if it did not fear the result. , It would defend the right of capital to combine at any and all times, and yet would leave labor help less and without the right to unite for its own S protection.- .Professedly the friend of labor, it will always be found, on the other side, a proverbial snake in . the grass. The .republican party stands for extravagance in the affairs of the government. Each congress it elects eclipses all previous records for the reckless expenditure of money. The republican party stands by the trusts which violate the laws of the land 3G5 days out of every year and denounces the laborer who strikes for the right to live decently and to draw a salary tnat will enable him to do so. The republican party represents every thing jthat is In the , interests of the plutocrats of this country, and in fact its ' leaders are the plutocrats of the country. These are the facts. Re membering them, let the voters choose what they think is the good part in the approaching election arid democra cy .will Abide by, the result. GENERAL ACCUSED Spanish Paper at Manila Ar raigns Bell. NOW HAS LIBEL SB IT 03 HAND. HEARD IN" PASSING. i m t a- " Democrats- should rem ember that -a. vote for the- democratic nominees next Tuesday is a vote for, better times, lower prices on coal and meat, and plenty of work at living wages. Judge Lowe - smiles' serenely and winks the other eye when asked how things look politically. He is taking things easy and will have his usual big majority, 'with, perhaps a few hun dred' -rotes thrown in rfor; good; meas ure r It looks as if Labor Candidate Wil liafn1 F. O'Neill would have a big sweep in the first congressional dis trict. - His friends are rallying to ms support, and if he is not elected it will be one of the surprises of the cam paign. - Mayor E. G. Kilduff has always been considered the hest vote getter in Waterbury, orjn the Naugatuck val- Ipv for that matter;; and. that's one of tne reasons ue was yiu.tcvx -"- ocratic state, ticket His friends should see that, his old-time big ma jorities are rolled up ;briV election day. The ' local candidates on the state, district and city tickets feel confident of democratic success next Tuesday. The outlook is bright and the party should rally to their support. The Waterbury democrats 'should show. thej people ;of the state.how they can. turn out when necessity - calls for-' it.- gome republican newspapers have made a great point of quoting pas sage from Mr Cary's book with the Intention of suggesting that he is not a friend to the state. The book itself proves the contrary, but probably most of ;them - have 4 never read it in full. It is even possible that some of these editors really - believe r that they are giving a fair impression. It must be so, because, they are honor-, able men. Yet they do grossly mis represent him by using certain select ed passages and ignoring the whole scope and the plain intent of the book. Hartford Times. ' Why, bless your "soul, Mr . Editor, that's just what they are - trying to do, misrepresent and lie about Candi date Cary. Some of these republi can editors will do anything to keep their party in power. Mr Hanna has taken , to his tent, but not to sulk. "Tlie remarks emanating from the tentsjof Ohio are not polite, but they are forcible ; and easily un derstood. . kJ I V ' v. ' - ;A- partsj of Canadians will seek the "north lipble mi njotoK cars adopted for ice4travel. This., looks very much Uike an ('advertising device of some au tomobile epmpany0 0 , , Lenoir, N. C, boasts of a resident ISO years of age. The lady is cut ting her third set of teeth, and' has 78 living descendants. It 'is said that she never gossiped, "gadded" or nagged. . Dr Arthur Latham of ; England has been awarded the first prize . of . $2,500 for the : best essay on the proposed king's sanitarium for tuberculosis. Dr Latham believes ; in the , fresh air treatment. ' The "William .Tell" act has claimed another victim. 4 At'" Cold Spring Ilar- J'rirELXitSSPX-S11 fakir ad-J vertised his wares by giving an exhi bition in which he shot an apple from the head of one of the audience who, volunteered for that purpose. The result was even speedier than his med icines. ..v -'- Plan For Aiding Distressed Prov ince Reanlted In a. ProfitThe Case Explained General Miles Arrives. MANILA. Oct, 31. Libel proceedings have been instituted against the editor and the proprietors of Libertas, a Span ish newspaper published in Manila, on account of the publication of hq article attacking General J. Franklin Bell and his plan of aiding the people of the provinces of Batangas and Laguna, Lu zon, and of the island of Mindoro. This plan was put into effect after the ces sation of hostilities. . It consisted of selling rice and supplying the people with seeds arid farming implements, and it resulted in profits amounting to $27,000 in gold. 1 General Bell has recently been or dered home. -The presidentes of all the towns in Batangas province petitioned General Bell to take steps to have his plan of aid continued after his depar ture. General Bell thereupon consult Clothing ON Credit WHttLiiK I tuuci ALL. Chicaso Tax Frauds Placed In a New Light. . CHICAGO, Oct. 31. To State Attor ney Deneen' and his uncle, . Police In spector Wheeler, - Luke--:, Wheeler, the convicted tax fixer, hasevealed in : all its ramification he gigantic plot that collapsed witlT the discovery of the Masonic temple tax frauds. Unless the ,presen-prograHaQie shall be,, changed Wheeler, will go before the grand jury and in "a formal declaration Junder path reiterate the statements made to. the prosecutor.. ; r Wheeler's "confession "places him in a new light and if accepted literally re moves from him the Stigma of the charge of building up a defense with the tombstones of the dead. The "con spiracy, or; rather, the series of con spiracies, drove two men to suicide, ac cording to the confession. ' , , " According to Wheeler, the Masonic temple fraud was merely incidental to hn extensive series of operations reach ing back into the past and made possi ble through lax methods, coupled with a desire on the part of responsible prominent business . houses to evade taxation. . 1 Moreover, according to Wheeler's dec laration, the promissory notes he was placed on trial for forging were bona fide and legitimate papers. He said that a public official at Springfield sought to blackmail the clique, threat ened exposure and prosecution against one in particular and worried him into ending his life. The second suicide in volved in the case was' due, . Wheeler says, to fear that the fugitive (Wheeler) would conf ass when he was brought back from Canada. " . INDICTED FOR MANSLAUGHTER As this campaign Is drawing to a close and the election day is ready to dawn, it is wise that every thoughtful Citizen determine what the two parties stand for and what they represent. The republican party is the party which legislates, not openly, it is true, but in effect, in the interests of the few against the many. It stands for a pro tective tariff, a tariff which is avowed ly against the interests of the con sumer; a tariff, which holds prices above what they would be under dif ferent conditions; a tariff which ere-1 ates trusts that oppress the poor, and I through which they do oppress the ; common people; a tarih. that robs Peter to pay Paul; a tariff framed for the ex. press purpose of keeping out competi tion, ana which thereby makes it an easy matter to get a monopoly on any article; a tariff which, iii all its branch es and bearings, is against the common people. . The republican . party is the Healer Lathrop and the Qoimbys Mast Stand Trial; NEW YORK. Oct. 31.-John Carroll Lathrop, John Quimby and his wife, Georgianna, have been indicted by the grand jury of Westchester county, the charge being manslaughter in the sec-, ond degree. Mr. and. Mrs. Quimby are the parents of Esther Quimby, a child who died last week of diphtheria after the dismissal of a physician and the substitution of Mr. Lathrop, who is a reader of the Christian Science church of New York city. The three have not as yet been arrested under the indict ment, the bonds previously given still holding good. The indictment charges that "John Carroll Lathrop, John Quimby and Georgianna Quimby did maliciously and ! feloniously 'cause the death of Esther Quimby, aged seven years, by neglecting to provide medical attend ance." " ,. If convicted in the degree of man slaughter charged, all three may be sentenced to long terms of Imprison ment. The law dees not allow the sen tencing magistrate any latitude. It im poses a prison term of istteen years or a fice.of ?LO00 or bothj. GENERAL BELL. " ed General" Davis and the members of .the civil commission on the. matter and decided to place the $27,000 in his pos session in the hands of the commission. and it will be expended by the :omroisrr slon among the people of the provinces whence It was derived, i General Bell came to Manila as the guest of Gov ernor Taft-ahd drafted an act covering the continuation of his plan. This art was adopted by the commission and General Beli transferred the $27,000 to. the insular: treasury. . After; this, transfer of funds had bpen made Libertas published an article charging General Bell with an attempt to steal this fund and take it with biro to the United States, but saying that the commission had forced , him. to sur render the money. General Davis trans- mitted 4b-Ueiierai:Bell offlCIa lly; a" copy; of the Libertas' article. General Bll responded ? by . denying the cborges. General Davis thereupon transmitted the papers to Governor Taf t.J who In his turn remitted them to the prosecut ing attorney. This official then insti tuted the proceedings against ' the newspaper. The United States army transport Thomas, with Lieutenant General Mlls and -his party oh " board, has anchored in Manila harbor. PEACE FOR COLOMBIA. It Is ) Believed Revelation Has Re cel-red Deathblow. PANAMA, Colombia, Oct. 31. There Is reason to believe that the Colombian revolution will now end with little, if any, further bloodshed. , Information from a : reliable source has been received here that General Vargas-Santos, the military director of the revolutionists, has been negotiating a treaty of peace in Costa Rica with a representative of the Colombian gov ernment. Last week General Vargas Santoi sent a - cable message to Gov ernor Salazar, asking leave , to come here to confer with the governor per sonally. Today General Vargas-Santos repeated this request, and Governor Salazar replied by cable, telling him to come. Much Is expected from the ap proaching conference - between these two m.en. It is also a fact that last Tuesday the revolutionary general" Herrera sent a communication to Governor Salazar in sisting upon a conference with the governor of Panama and saying that from it he believed peace would result. This message was answered by Gov ernor Salazar yesterday. He said he was ready to meet General Herrera. General Herrera's desire for a peace conference is undoubtedly a result of the recent surrender at Rio Frio of General Uribe-Uribe, who was one of the most active of the revolutionary leaders. He is considered to be one of the brainiest men in the Liberal party, and his surrender was a severe loss to the rebels. On the isthmus there is now much hope that Internal peace will soon be an accomplished fact. There are no extra ex penses connected with our credit privilegewhich we extend to everyone. Our customers buy their clothing of us - as they do their groceries and provisions, call, se lect what they desire and have it charged on their account book, Isn't this system simple enough ? It has no objectionable features, and as we have perfect confidence in our goods we are sure of future trade from our many new customers this season. , ,---- . .- . . Open an account now, obtain your cold weather garments and pay later for them. NO MONEY DOWN. GatelyiBrennan '32-42 CENTER STREET. -; MOVING AND BUILDING People spend too much time in talking about moving and building. , Stop It Now ! Let us talk a minute and we will tell you about our shoes, which is of -more value to you. We carry shoes for all people and all purposes. If you have time and about $2,-just come and see us ; we will give you a Shoe that you will wear all winter, ' and have warm and dry feet. We have shoes as high as $$.0 and as low as Sr, so if you come to the right store we will please you. We sell Shoes that satisfy... ' ' I! i 46 CENTER STREET... . . Next week we move. Try and think where, South Main street. 116 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. J i 6, j ft : j- it-'- mw 3 P. Directory of RELIABLE SPECIALISTS IN WATERBURY ARCHITECTS , E. BENEDICT. - - Room SG, 51 Leavenworth) st , F2ENEY & JACKSON, 3Ro6'm 30, M LEONARD ASHEIM. Room 25, Lewis buildins. Bank st. ELECTRICIANS GEORGE M. CHAPMAN & CO, 43 East Main St. . DOCTORS H. J. UE VEU, M. D. 148 North Main st PR R. C. JONES, Veterinary Surgeon, Res. 25 Johnson. Tel TEACHERS OF MUSI0 CLARA BRZEZ1NSKL Citizens' Bank building. DENTISTS " J.fW. MAnONY, . ... ; 43 East Main street FUNERAL DIRECTORS J. H. GRAY & CO. 235 North Main street Funeral Undertakers. Telephoua day or night. , SIGN ARTISTS EV OCKELS, 11 Spring. st : Up-to-date sign work. r LADIES TAILORS FRANK DE FEO, formerly with Reld & Hughes, 70 Bank st Telephone. CUSTOM TAILOR JAMES H. CLINE, Prichard building, corner Bank and Grand, sts. T0NS0RIAL ARTISTS GEORGE KLEEBER, lol Bank. St. Over Jones, Morgan & Co. BIRDS Singing Birds and Goldfish at F. GRA- BER S Bird store, lint . iviaiu si. CARRIAGE MAKERS MANN & DEKUY. ' s 10 Brown st BRIC-ABRAC AND FURNITURE JOHN L. SAXE, 287 Bank st FI riuln's Followers Imprisoned. PORT ATJ PRINCE, Haiti, Oct. 31. Forty followers of. General Firmin. the revolutionary leader, and five members of the chamber of deputies who were left without means of support by Gen eral Firmin at Mathewtown, Inagua island, Bahamas, have returned to Port au Prince. With the exception of the deputies they were all imprisoned. The sessions of the chamber of deputies will soon recommence. General Nord, with 8,000 men, is expected to reach here next week from Gonaives. - Sheriff Shot to Kill. JACKSON, Miss., Oct. 31. In an at tempt to liberate his friend, S. O. B. Jones, from the county jail at Mount Olive, Miss., John Millis, a white man. was shot and instantly killed by Depu ty Sheriff Walker. Millis approached the jail armed with two six shooters and an ax and when ordered to halt at tempted to draw his guns, whereupon Officer Walker fired, killing him in- CASH BUYERS WILLIAM POSSNEl iH)3 Bank st. Highest prices paid for Oast-cfT Cloth ing. Send .postal; win can. HALF PRICE TAILOR " JOHN MOSEL, 24 Abbott ave. Repairing, cleaning and pressing la dies' and gents' garments. " RESTAURANTS CALLENDAR BROS, 138 South Main street H0RSESH0ERS W. M. DOYLE, 25 Jefferson street BRASS BAND Waterbury Italian Band. Music for all occasions. Frank DeFeo; Mgr. Tel- ; . DON'T FORpET the new Barber Shop now open at 11 WTest Main street, near Cone's drug store. .. LOUIS -MENDLEBOnM. PATENTS. Patents, Caveats and Preliminary Exam inations, etc. JAMES A PEASLEY, 51 Leavenworth street - . (Exclusively our make.) "Have you ever, thought it possible to buy an Umbrella for 25c? To-morrow we offer a lot of fast color Umbrellas at 25c. This Is the greatest Umbrella opportunity ever offered. Fine Gloria-- Silk Umbrellas, prices that hardly cover the cost of the ma terial;, all made "strong, substantial steel, frame; have a fine assortment pf hard wood handles; 2G inch; eyery Umbrella fully guaranteed; 25c,t to prove that we are making our own Umbrellas. " Trunks and Bags at "man ufacturers' prices. : RE-COVERING and REPAIRING Umbrellas while you wait. Remember, every article you purchase , from us we . guarantee , to keep in repair free for one year. Come and see our beautiful line before you buy elsewhere. Look for the big store, 179 BANK, COR GRAND ST. Waterbnry Umbrella and Trunk Factory ail kinds of FURS " RE-DYED REPAIRING. . L'. Tr udel's 103 South Main St. Telephone 147-5. NE. W FALL YOUNG STYLE The only ones on sale in ton.lCall and see them at the Danbury Hat Store, 219 Bank Street- 'HEARTH TO HEARTH TALKS.' Call in and talk to us about your fireplace, s ; 'We' have,' everything for it Baskets; .Grates, Andirons, Shovels 'and Tongs. AH 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. Cold 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 .Storap Plait 1093-1131 BANK STREET. Telephone 202, R. E. MUNGER IVTsfr. : ARTHUR C. AUGER Undertaker Embalmer and Fu neral Director, . 74 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Waterbury, Conn. Residence and Night Call, SO West Clay street. Telephone 221-2. ACCIDENTS WILL MPPEW If we could only see a little ways into the future, what a lot of distress ing accidents we could prevent. But our sight ends with' the present instant. There may be broken limbs and bruised, bodies in store for us in ari hour we cant tell.- But we can be prepared. A bottle of Dr. Thomas' Ec lectric Oil in the house at the right time has saved many an hour pf suffering, many a pre cious life. Dr. Thomas' Eel ectric Oil h monarch over pain. Cuts, burns,bites yield to its soothing influence; sore throat, croup,, colic, catarrh, asthma and frost bite are promptly cured, and SOLD DY ALL rheumatism is relieved. It is a remedy that ought to be in every family medicine chest. Expected to Die.' 'I cheerfully add my testimony of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. We use it for many thi ngs. Was run over by a team of , horses, and lumber' wagon; did cot expect I would live; badly bloated; tny friends bathed me nearly all over with Eclectric Oil; bloat grad ually went dowiv. We have more faith in Eclectric Oil than any other medicine, and always keep it in the house" Mrs. Wm F. Babcock, Norvell, Jackson Co., Mich. Cured the Sprain. Mr. Chas. M. Bamann, a wholesale jeweler, No. 9 Pleasant Street, Rochester, N. Y., writes: "Ihave used yourEc-lec-trie Oil and can recommend it. as the best general medicine I have ever tried. I fell off my bicycle and sprained my ankle badly. Eclectric Oil gave immediate relief and cured the sprain. If my testimonial is of any use to you, you can. use my name. I shall always cany a bot tle of Eclectric Oil in my bicycle tool-bag.as ? part of my equipment, and will recommend it to my friends." -, , DRUGGISTS.