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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1904.
3 TROUSERS Our Trousers Sale is success. See what we splendid values. GOOD SUBSTANTIAL The Kind that will not rip or buttons pull off, (guaranteed, another pair or money returned if not satisfactory) LOOK IN OUR SOUTH WINDOW SEE A FEW SAMPLES AT V Rm POLI'S I Saturday, Feb. 20- "The Prince of Pllsen." Tuesday, Feb 23r-"A Chinese Honey moon." Thursday - Feb 25"A Texas Steer." Monday, Feb 2 "The Vilage Post-J uasier, Thursdlay, March a Andrew; Mack la The Bold Soger Boy." Saturday, March 5 "A Gentleman from Gascogny." 1 Monday, March 7 Lew Dockstader. ' Monday, April 25 Concert by ' tue Waterbury Symphony orchestra. MILDRED HOLLAND. Ik 'The . Triumph of an Emm'' iwhich Mildred Holland will present at Poli'a to-morrow evening, and In (which " she- ' impersonates Empress Catherine the Great of Russia, this gifted gtar has a role which Is exact ly fitted to her personality and talents. While in St Petersburg a number 6f years ago, the author, Theodore Kre mer, became imbued with the ambi tions determination to write a play with Catherine II of . Russia as its central figure. . He kept turning this idea oyer in his mind for a number of years, gradually forming In thought the Skeleton outlines of his proposed drama. It was, not, however, until he had seen Miss Holland' act that his plans . took any definite shape. He realized at once that the actress pos sessed the physique, , the tempera ment, the personality and the talent to adequately portray on the stage the superb hiatorta role of Catherine and at -once went earnestly to work to rprrite ; the play "The Triumph of an Empress." In writing the play it nas Deen ntted to miss Holland as a glove would be" to a hand,' the result being that this accomplished emo tional actress Is given opportunities that seldom fall to the lot of a theat- ittcal start Miss Holland will be. supported "by an excellent company, Prices are 25, 50. v 75 cents, S 1 and 11.50. GAVEST MANHATTAN." .; Two.-entertainments of ' burlesque and vaudellle will s be , provided at Poll's. Wednesday afternoon and even ing, when the "Gayest Manhattan" burlesquers will be - the attraction. There is one very, distinct novelty in the show in the shape of the mysteri us Princess Aga, and the 7 list of vaudeville players includes some well known names. ' Prices are popular.- "THE WHITE SLAVE." Bartley Campbell's great play, "The White Slave Thursday evening at Poli's. . . - ..' . FOE Jacques iVATJDEVILLB AT THE JACQUES. Comedy has the . call again this iweek at the Jacques,-and Irish com edy leads. Heading the bill are Tom Nawn and his company In "Pat and the Genii," which is called the lead ing Irish comedy act in vaudeville. Mr Nawn Is not the kind of Irish come dian that ha: brought contumely on this-elass of acting, but. rather of the refined' sort that is acceptable to the most pronounced champions ot the Irish character. ' The act Is of that kind, too, and while intensely amus ing. tin Jtar incidents ana dialogue, i not; of a nature to show anything of fensive to any racff , of ' people. Some Idea of its merits may be gathered from the fact that It has been con stantly played for the last five years In the principal vaudeville houses of America, repeating time and again; and managers have such a. pronounced predeliction for It that they refuse to . permit Mr Nawn to get away from it Mr Nawn ha8 not visited Waterbury before, but be will undoubtedly be thf most popular Irish comedian that we. have had after his opening per formances to-day. The remainder of the bill is of the kind that is most ac ceptable to the regular habitues of vaudeville; a little novelty, much comedy and lively sprinkling of song and dance. Among those con tributing axe Clayton Kennedy and Mattie Wey. the latter adaughter of the famous Pat Rooney, the Heav- C3"fCc!J l203ay CrljTta 2 Days a meeting with wonderful can give you for $1.95, WORKING TROUSERS AND HARDER & CO. J05 BANK STREET. THEATERS EAGLES NOTICE! There will be a special meeting of Water bury Aerie. 379, at Pythian hall, this evening at 8 o'clock, to take action on the death of Brother James Kelly. M. J. SMITH, Worthy President. ) CAED OF THANKS k W wish to thank all those who as- death of a father and husband, espe cially Mr and Mrs George Kleeber and the JBegnai ramuy. fi RS JOHN BARRETT AND FAM ILY. .: enly Twins, Mitchell and Marron, the Two . Pucks, Eddie Devoe, Wally and Lottie Helston, and the vitagraph. Prices are 10, 20 and 30 cents; after noons 10 and 20 cents, ladles 10. MILITARY BAND PROGRAM. The Waterbury Military band will give a promenade at City hail to-mor row evening. A. J. Lallier director. The following program will te . ren- Two-step "Indiana State Band." Walts "May, Sweet May." Two-step "Suberbus." Schottische "Rose or Jmarney. Two-step "Uncle Sammy."-Three-step "Golden Lily." Wflitz."MT Old Kentucky Home. SohottiBche "Kate. My Southern Rose." : : ' . Two-step "Second Regiment, 0. N. G." , Waltst-'My Pauline." Three-step "Golden Arrow." Two-step "Down on the arm. Schottische "GaTden of Roses." Walt25"Dear Old Illinois." Two-step -"Good-bye Eliza Jane." Three-step "Love's Spell." Waltz "Same Old Crowd." MEETINGS . TO-NIGHT. ' Concordia Tehearsal. Solderers union. Concorndia rehearsal. -White Oak, W. O. W. Nutmeg lodge, K. of P. Ladies of Maccabees. Court Vigilant, F. of A. Painters and Decorators. Sixth division, A. O. H. St Thomas Cadets A. A. Sequses council, O. H. C. Waterbury Debating club. St Joseph's drum corps. Townsend lodge, I. O. O. F. Past Chief Rangers, F. of A. Mattatuck lodge, N. E. O. P. Patucko assembly K. S. of A. St Francis Xavler drum corps. Abraham Lincoln camp, . of V. St Vlnni'da Paul. TTrtftTiaiv leasrue. tvhysical training, afternoon class at 4 :30, beginners at 7:45, , and advanced at 8:45; public hol wiokerv at 9 a. m., 1:30 and 7:45 -n m milUnerv from 3 to 5 P. m. dressmaking at 7:30. .TOWN HALL DESTROYED. ' Mertden (Cobs.) Vtrm Brlarad Fobt For Kirht Honrs. MERIDEN, Conn., Feb. 15. For eight hours yesterday firemen fought a fire which finally caused the com plete destruction of the town hall and minor injuries to six' men of the fire de partment. The total loss Is upward of $180,000, of which amount about $125, 000 falls upon the town. The firemen hurt were William H. Reef, Peter F. Corcoran, William Lock shier, JohnSpr and Albert Kaschu bey, hosemen, and Emll Redstock, lad der man. Their injuries were due chiefly to falls on ice surfaces. The fire caught, .it is beKeved, from crossed electric wires in the main hall on the third floor, the sparks at point of contact igniting some bunting deco rations which had been in use during a fair held by Meriden lodge of Elks. After the fire spread through tb third floor it attacked the dome, which was surmounted by a cupola, and the blaz ing timbers caved in, carried the fire to the basement and wrought the com plete destruction of the building. Olastonbmrr tnsren HARTFORD, Cenn., Feb. 18. Fire which started in the neighborhood of the heating apparatus burned St. James' Episcopal church at Glaston bury yesterday. The Are when discov ered bad made its way from the cellar lo the roof at the rear of the building. With a limited Water supply the fire men saved the tower containing the bell, but the body of the church was burned, " nothing being saved but the communion service. The loss is esti mated at 112,000. ca every POPULAR LUTE WANTS. ANTED Ladies to canvass on a nec- V essary household article on salary and commission. Address Box E, City. 2-15-3 F)R SALE Sewing machine, No. 9, Wheeler & Wilson, good as new. Cheap to quick buyer. Address. "J. C, Demo crat office. .2-15-3 TO RENT Flat in new Holohan block. All conveniences. P. Holohan, 149 South Main street. i 2-15-4 iriscellai!eous. LOST Will , the lady who took the , Monte Carlo: jacket at the Ring Shop association dance at Leavenworth hall, please return it to Miss Annie Parker, 154 Baldwin street, ana get ner own in return. 2-13-3 LOST Purse, containing sum ot money, between the 5 and 10 cent store and Ridge street. Finder please return to this office. 2-12-3 RENT Tenement of 14 rooms, 274 South Main street, for $20 per month. Suitable for boarding house. Apply to C. H. Hart. 2-10-6 MADAM VENETTA wants-every lady In Waterburv to know she can be found in Waterville at Mrs D. N. Peck's board ing house. Do not ring, come up stairs: sign on door. 2-9-12 , OLD gas and electric fixtures made to look like new ai half regular cost. Waterbury Electric Plating and Chandelier Co., Moriarty's building, East Main street. Work guaranteed, called for and delivered. Telephone 243-15. 11--U "t0W is the time to have your Co-Carts 1 reoaired : new tires out on, etc. Send in your lawn mowers now and have them ready for use when you need them, thus avoiding delay and disappointment. 1 Re member that we do jobbing of every de scription. C. W. Messer, Phoenix avenue. !HSCHLITZ'Sbock Forget Your Troubles, : Try a glass of SCHLITZ'S famous MILWAUKEE BOCK BEER at Schlitz's Cafe. Hot Bockwttrst Lunch Every Evening 130 South G. TAYLOR, Proprietor. 2-12-6 Who's Your Plumber Ten years' experience in the plumb ing business In Waterbury and two years with a first class concern in New York enables me, to guarantee first class work, and at tn lowest prices. f Estimates ? cheerfully fur nished. Jobbing a specialty. Frank F. Garrity, 53 BROOK STREET. DISTRICT OT WATERBURY, SS. toau Court. Feb. IS. 1904- FRO- Estate of P. J. Bolaa. late ot Waterbury in said dlstriot. dec .Bed. Upon the application of S. L. Seery, admin istrator, praying that he may be authorized to sell land belonging to said estate, situated corner Nortn Willow and Mitchell arenue, Waterbury, Conn., as per application on file more fully appears. It is ORDKKXD, That said application be heard and determined at the Probate of floe, la Water bary in said Distrust, on the 17th darot Feb., A. D 1W4, at o'clock in tbe forenoon, and that notice be siren of the pendency of said applica tion end the time and place of scaring there, by publishing the same onctlmc in some news paper haying a circulation in said district. By order of Court, James J. Cassin. Clerk. DISTRICT OF WATERBURY, SS PKO bate Court. Feb 13, IBM. Estate of Emma Christoffenson, late of Wat erbury In said district; Upon tne application of J. M. Svenden administrator, praying that letters of adminis tration may be granted on said estate, as per application on file more fully appears, it is ORDJCRBD. that said application be heard and determined at the Probate office in ' Vater bnry in said District, on the 18th day of Feb .A. D., 1904, at 9 o'olock la the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendency of said applica tion and the time and place of hearing thereon by publishing the same one time In some aews paperhaTtng a circulation la said district Robert A. Lowe. Judge. . ...... TptlSTRXCT OP WATOTBUBT. SB. PBO jj be Court, Jan. 13, 1903. TSstate of Julia Hoey, late of Waterbury in said distrlot. deceased. . The exeoutor. having exhibited his final administration account with said estate to this court for allowance, it Is Ordered that tbe 17th day of Feb.. A. D-U0O4. at Oo'olock in the forenoon, at the Probate OfKae In Waterbury, be and the same is asslgDed for a hearing on the allowan ce of said . adminis tration account with said estate, and this court directs the exqeutor to cite all persons interested therein to appear at said time and place, by publishing this order in some news paper published In New Haven County and naving a circulation in saia district. By Order of Court, James J. Cassin, Cleric. DISTRICT OF WATERBTXRY, ss. Probate Court, Feb. 13, 1904. Estate of Evan Lewis, late of Waterbury In said district, deceased . The Court of Probate for the District of Waterbnry hath - llmitod "and allowed six months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said t state to exhibit their claims . for set tlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts pr operly attested, within said time will be debarred a recovery. All persons in debted to said estate are requested to make immediate pavment to Richard B. Lewis, Administrator DVUftllCT or WATBRBURT, m. Probate Court Feb. 15, 104 Estate or Patriok W. Ford, late of Boston, Mass in Suffolk County- Upon the application of Geo. H, Gray, admin istrator with will annexed, appointed as such by the Probate Court of tie County of Suffolk in the City of Boston, State of Massachust tts, a court of competent jurisdiction, praying that on duly authenticated and exemplified copy of of the last will of said deceased, with the proceedings proving and establishing the same by a court of competent jurisdiction and pray ing that said copies be filed in this court and become a part ot the records thereof and that ancillary administration be granted on said estate, as per application on file more fully appears, it is . Ordered, That saia application be heard and determined at the Probate Office in Water bury la said district, on the 17th day ot Fb. A. D. 1B04 at Oo'olock tn the forenoon and that no tice bo given ot the pendency of said application and the time and plaoe of hearing thereon, by publishing the same three times in some news paper having a circulation in said district. ' By order of Court. James J. Cassin. Clerk. PROMENADE Given by WATERBURY MILITARY BAND AT CITY HALL, TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 16. ADMISSION 25c. lain St WANTED Boy, 17 or 18 years of age, to learn drug business. Address, giving references, ''Druggist," General De livery, city. 2-13-3 WANTED Two energetic men as so licitors for an old established life in surance company, issuing up-to-date con tracts. . To the right parties liberal terms will be given. All applications treatedcon fidential. s Apply to "Organizer," Demo crat office. 1-29-tf WANTED To sell the best made Watches, Chains, Rings, or any other Jewelry at the lowest prices. All work warranted as represented or money refunded. Repairing in all its branches. Work called for and delivered free of charge. B. Ruby, 172 South Main Street. T7E7 ANTED Anyone looking for an over- 1 coat, and to save money at the same time, to call and inspect our misfits. Also our line of second-hand overcoats, many worn a short time only. Wm. Possner, 303 Bank street. 9-29-tf WANTED Old soldiers and widows ot soldiers to, know that I secure pen sions without delay. Pension vouchers e ecuted. George Robbins, 63 Center street. (Post 49, G. A. R.) Insurance, notary public. , " 12-31-ly WANTED, for U. S. Army, able bodied, unmarried men. between ages of 21 and 35, citizens of United States of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For infor mation apply RECRUITING OFFICER, 890 Chapel street, Nov Haven, 66 State street, Hartford. 1022 Main street, Bridgeport, or 199 Bank street, Waterbury, 1'7-tf WHY HURRY home to dinner and back to your work, courting dyspepsia, when you can get a good dinner at your leisure for 20c, or 6 dinners for $1, at Avery's restaurant, 236 South Main street, opposite Union. Our 5c and 10c lunches have no equal in the city. ' WANTED At once to invest any amount from $1 to $10,000, We have fitted up our office in such a way that businesses transacted strictly confiden tial ; on ' approved personal security, such as household furniture, pianos, etc. ; We also have . a line of high grade watches, and jewelry. Watches,, clocks and Jewelry repaired neatly done and warranted. J. Hubar & Co., 142 South Main street. One flight up. 12-28-tf pOLI'S THEATER. THURSDAY EVENING, FEB 16. The Favorite Emotional Star, The Triumph of an Empress Prices 25c, 50c, 7oc. $1, $1.50. Sale of seats Monday, Feb 15. pOU'S THEATEB WEDNESDAY, FEBUBARY 17. Matinee arid Night.. Gayest Manhattan Burlesquers Including the Latest Sensation, THE GREATEST PRIHGESS AGA 1 Prices 25c, 85c, 50c; matinee 25c. Sale of seats Tuesday, February 16. JACQUfcS OPERA HOUSE Entlr Week, Monday. Feb 15. i Matinees Every Day. The Acme of Irish Comedy, j Tom Nawn & Go In . "Pat and the Genii." ' A STAR BILL IN ADDITION, Prices 10 20, 30c. 20c, ladles 10c. Matinees 10 and At CITY HALL, , February 9 to 15. List of Attractions. ZWGAHELLA The Aerial Wonder GALATEA The Living Statue LIONEL The Do Faced Boy KftAO The Missing Link. DANCING. Faulmann's Orchestra V ADMISSION, - 15c GIVEN AWAY 1,500 THE BRIDGE MEAT MARKET, Don orgtt the Bridge Meat Market, Always read tbe pi ice and name, Very often you w. 11 find It. In erery atage we are the same: Doing nought but 'upright dealing, ; Selling goods that will defy " , Hal the merohanta who are tailing Every day to pass us by ; , Ere you do your trading elsewhere Have tbe s. nseto oall and see Vour obedient friend and servant. DAVID BENJAMIN HEEHY. BEST QUALITY and LOWEST PRICES I o mum II ( v::" -rv in '; v. Go. G GAR NIVAL A WORD ADVS OR SALE Two family house, twelve reoms, all improvements, 56 East Liberty St. 2-12-6 FOR SALE Fish market; everything complete. Also horse, wagon and buggy ; easy terms. Apply Boston Fish Market, 672 North Main street. A. L. Senecal, proprietor. , 2-9-6 - I VO YOU want a truss ? If so go to Water jJ bury Drug Co., corner East Main and Spring streets, and get the advice of an ex perienced truss nan, who has cold ,hun creds of trvsses to satisfied customers. 7-9-t; FOR SALE Real Estate. 1 have tene ment and business property that some one will buy. Let me show them to you, Also suburban' lots in any part of the city. Will sell on easy terms, or will build lo suit At a given figure. Now is the time to buy, Stores on Union street to rent: Rents collected and property cared for." J, E. Sandlford, - Loans and Fire Insurance. 109 Bank and 108 South . Main street. Tele phone 182 " 9-11-tf FOR SALE My home, No 56 Kellogg Street, near Hillside Avenue. The house is practically new, finished through out in hard woods, four fireplaces, . fine oak mantels, three bath rooms, two of which have Tennessee marble wainscotting3, tllo floors and up to date fixtures, celllng3 and side walls burlaped. On account of leaving town I will sell at a bargain, smal' pay ment down, if desired 5 per cent interest on balance. The location is one of the very best in the city, which will be seen by a visit to the piace. A fine home, for any one who buys It. Do not let thisl oppor tunity go by if you are looking for a home. For further information writ me at Fulton, N. Y., JAMES V. WASH BURN E. 9-29-tf FE SAVING HU BAND Is the foundation of success. A little laid by each week soon grows' to , a competence. What better way can you save than to buy a borne and save your rent? Isn't it worth while to consider it? Two-family house. Laurel street, $3,900. Call and get furuier particulars. J. T PHELAN. 42 Bank Street Take ivator JFOR Good three-family house, with im provements on East Farm street Price only $4,200. A good invest ment. . W. P. Jarrett, Real Estate. Insurance. 109 Bank St. FOR SALE. Good farm with up-to-date build ings. v Land can run to suit the pur chaser, from 1 to 800 acres."- Also 15-acre farm, as good land as can be made, with building to suit Both places 3 miles north of Waterbury. If you are looking for bargains, call on , v . - P. R CARROLL, Real Estate Man. . Odd Fellows' Bldg FORRENT. Two Choice Rooms. 2nd floor, Tierney Block. Inquire at Tiernej's Real Estate Office, 167 BANK. OINeill's Bulletin How, much will you give me for the frame building at 476 North Main street, you to take the building down and away? I want the bids by Wednesday, Feb. 17, 1904. Frank B. Neiil, 77 Bank St. FIRE - INSURANCE Is your property well protect ed? Both dwelling and house hold goods? If not, call or drop me a postal. Your choice of seventeen 'strong . com panies. - V Lr. R. arter. NO 11 East Main St. Fire Insurance and Mortgage Loans Now is the Time To buv real estate. In the sorirrs- prices will be booming. We have both business and investment property situated in almost every locality .. Build ing lots a specialty. Real estate cared for. B. J. TORKOMIAH, 109 Bank street. Room 12. HOF. PROVOST will start a new beginners class on Tuesday evening, January 19. Spe cial prices for this class as follows, $4 and $3. Every afternoon and Wed nesday and Saturday evenings I will teach the three-step in one lesson for $1 to any dancer wishing to learn it Also Buck and Wing! Dancing and all, kinds of stage dancing taught by Prof Hogan in this academy. MISS NELLYE T. REED, Teacher of Dancing and Deportment, 110 Bank street Classes Tuesday and Friday evenings. Pupils received at any time. Special attention given to private pupils. Terms, 12 class les sons, $4.00. 4 private and 6 class lessons, $5.00. 6 private lessons, $5.00. Single lessons, private, $1.00. Large class .in Knights of Columbus hall every WedntaSSsy evenlns. , . - i. . ; NOTICE. $6 worth, 60, Green Trading I doz. best Oranges, -I lb. Chocolate Creams, - lb. Butter, - - : - We give Green Trading Stamps'-vith Sausage, Frank j furters, Shoulders, Bacon, Salt Pork, Tripe, . Pickled ?i?s Feet. 118 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 711-4. xWaterYiile Delivery, Monday. VV i Naugatuck Delivery, 'Tuesday and Friday. NEWS FRDM p THE SUBURBAN NAUGAT UCK NUGGETS. Foresters' Fair Ended at Columbus Hall Saturday Evening. v' The Foresters' fair closed Saturdav evening in Oolumbus hall. The hail was crowded to the doors.. The fair was a big success. Following i8 a list of those who were awarded prizes: Trip to St Louis fair and $25 for ex penses, Lena Kleps, Naugatuck; cash, $10, I Corrigan, Meriden; ctosh, $5, No 13387, door, prize; cash, $5, E. Geary; cash, - $10 Margaret Clancy, Coen street; cash, $5, Harry : dark. Carron street; cash, $5, No 18113, door prize; cash, $10. No 1744, door prize. Can vassed articles: Dining room set, Rob ert , Griffith, 213 Rubber avenue; box cigars, vv. jb. Hail. Maple street : box cigars, Thomas Patterson, Beebe street; barrel of flour, Mrs R. P. Jones, Ward street; tidy, C. Cronln, Spring street; silk sofa pillow, Maggie Shreck; dress suit case, Rose Clark, Main street; case of wine, Alfred Ash more; society pin or $10 in cash, Mich ael Malia; pair of mats, Mrs Ashmore, Main street ; shoes, M. Scanlon, Rub ber avenue; slippers, C. H. Stahl. Ward street; tidy, William Moyer; handkerchief, Daisy Molloy, iiain street; sofa pillow, C. N. Freeman; center piece. Sabia. Brothers, South Main street, I mtb James Grant of Oak street spent Saturday and yesterday with her her daughter. Mrs Edward Finnerty of New Haven. Edward Sweeney of Yale spent Sun day witli relatires in town. . . - The thirty-fourth annual dance of the Y. M. C I. will be given at Colum bus hall to-morrow night. ' It is the last dance before Lent and there is sure to be a large crowd present. Mr and Mrs Robert E. Griffith re turned from their wedding trip last night. They will reside on South Main street. . ' ' Wednesday, Ash Wednesday, marks the beginning of Lent At St Fran cis's church yesterday the obligations to be lived up to by those of ie Cath olic faith, throughout the world weTe read. Lenten devotions will be held in St Francis's church , every morning at 8 o'clock and Wednesday and Fri day evenings at 7:30 o'clock, OAKVILLE HAPPENING S The funeral of the late Thomas P. Kelley took plaoe this morning at St Mary Magdalene's church, where a high mass of requiem was celebrated. A large attendance was present, v. The remains were taken to . Derby ; on the 10:31 train from Oakville for inter ment; . The four brothers of the d ceased ! were the pall : bearers. 1 There were, many beautiful floral offerings. The Ladies' Aid sodety-of tn Con gregational church will meet on Wed nesday 'afternoon at the home of Mrs Frank Ball of Knob Hill- Those, In tending to donate canned fruits for the hospital are requested to bring them on that day. Clifford Leaver, who recently burn ed his arm pretty badly on an emery wheel at the Baird machine shop, ia spending a few days at his home in New Jersey. He will not be able to resume his work before about a week. Mr and Mrs William Wells have moved from Waterbury into Walter Capewell's house on Davis street s . Several young ladies of Oakville are giving e. dance In Judd's hall this evening.' -. v r;,: . : " Mrs King of Hopewell, N. J., who had been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs, Beach on Railroad avenue, since Friday, returned to-day, accom panied by Miss- Beach.' The latter will remain at her aunt's in New Jersey for some little time. .; ; . jratlve Oypoa Cvttal PaHn SAN JUAN, Porto XUoe, Feb. 18. The house of delegates by a vote of 15 to 11 has passed a meaevre for tbe abolition of the death penalty, and the Indications are "that it wilt ' pM the council by a majority of one, thus leav ing the final decision te Oeveraer Hunt Two persons are now sentenced to hanging under the new code. The Americans are almost solidly la favor ef capital punishment which is gener ally opposed by the natives. A GOOD HORSE attached to an up-to-date carriage, aad your wife, who needs an outing, besld you. will - ake you feel good and may save doctor's bills. , If not married taitj omebody's oaughter whom you know you wo old like for wife. Go te LOUCKSr STABLES, : (SFRING STREET THONBM3-3 i Stamps, with this order at 75c 30c 20 c 25c t z WATERTOWN; JOTTINGS George French. Celebrated , His ;t Birthday, on Friday. Dr Jackson left 'last Evening busihess trip to New York city. 7Gth on , a Miss Annie Dunigan. who is ein- Ployed in Wew Haven, visited her par'" eats y in town over Sunday. - ' " Last Friday George , French -cele-, brated his 76th irthday. u Many of his friends , were present and a general good time was had, ending with a bountiful repast. , ; . : .7 The Taft hockey, teani suffered an other defeat at the hands of the Pom fret school team on. Saturday.; Score 8 to 0. Doming, one of the Taft play ers, had two teeth knocked oat during a scrimmage. Henry Wilcox,' for some time era polyed as coachman for Havens Hem- ' ill way, has severed connection and left town., ' : : :,i:J:: "',),;' The Heminway & Bartlett Silk Co is running over hours. - - , . There has been considerable talk of late concerning the action of the cen ter school officials in demanding that the teachers hold sessions on Satur days, or. make up a week at the, end of the summer term, une state law reads that there must be 180 school v uuj ju jeacu uuu ntui tue "iu 11- rangement .after holidays had been de ducted, school , was in session but 173. days. There has been some grumbling on the part of some, but no action will be taken against the law. . ,. KODert Morrow nas movea "is uaii ly to Oakville . .; .- !y Y'y,. An out of V town priest said both , masses at St John's church yesterday. A mission for the French people of. the. parish was held in the afternoon. Tue business at the new tailoring es tablishment under the hill Is quite duil Just at present Mr Lund, the propri etor, is. much dissatisfied, and "will v leave town if buslnessls not on the increase ere long, m 'V: ; v ': ' ' WATERVILLE Wateryille People Would ; Like : t Have One of the ! Hosg Carts. , Now that we have a . village of JL, 80o inhabitants, and have most of the necessities of a .Tillage.. of our shse ex cepting a hose wagon, which we ra sorely In need of ; at present. W'hat would have been the result If the man ufacturers of the villagio had not been well equipped at the time of th Pythian hall fire or the time that tiro broke out in the Waterville drug store? The Good Will Hall Co would gladly furnish a place to keop a hose wagon if the men of the vil lage will get together and get up , a petition and present 1t to Mayor EK ton. Without a doubt he would glad ly give, one of those old . voluntoer hose carts that are not In use by the city at the present time; The' Brany ah ; Social club will tive their first annual masquerade in Car ter's hall Tuesftay evening. . . Mrs Newton Garrigus. and son aie the guests, of Mr and Mrs Horace Gar rigus of Sheffield. N ' Regular meeting' of Good Will lodge this evening ; in Pythian . hull at 8 O'clock.- v.. ; ; .. " . ' Regular meeting of Court Pine nol low to-morrow evening in Good Will hall at S o'clock... ,' ' Class meeting at Grace M. E. churcn to-morrow evening in -the church par; lors at 7:45 ocock. . The members of the Waterville Dra matic club are hard at work -.getting ready for the' production of 4'Ka hleen Mavoumeen,"1 a domestic Irish &mx In four acts, which thi-y will ptejeat in Pythian hall March 17. i 25 cents will break no man, 1ut might gain many Sollars for him. Jus try an ad in the Democrat once. SUPPLY IP THE NEW NERVE TONIC AND KIDNEY CURE. C1tM th Kid My and Bladder. onrt!)a ?h Blood. Pota riesh on thin poplo. Sirtnjthena S,.J;nrf Cto1 th Brala. Cure Nerroua 2?bSi.tT .l?wm?l' 'fllir MMflrtry. Rwtore. Thto New Remedjr works 1. : . gto. Vt in at Boluteljr harm less. Weijh yooriself bttore taking.' Jt fceawN 85.00. by moll. Fcr :!3 at HussnPs Pfisrmasv