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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, .MAY 10. 1901.
Morris Chairp and Rockers We thought the demand for these -would diminish . years ago instend it has increased. Better yet, our assortment and prices seem to be satisfying. J. H. Burrall & Co, CO BANK ST. V! ' UNDERTAKERS. At night eall-Georg T. rer- ' fy, 19 TUdgewood st, Tel; Charles Seymour, 1S4 'Maple street,; Td; or, District Messenger; Of-,-.' flee. our Piano Mii Tuning this time of the year, and wp are. Dreoared to tfive all orders immediate attention. All work guaranteed. THE DftlGGS i SWTH CO. 112 Bank Street Everything musical. Telephone 733-3. KRAHIGH & BACH PIANOS : Used and endorsed by the musical people of our own city. For sale by . . ; : ISOIEiEilliOCO, lit BANK STREET. WATERBURY CTV A. W. Skinner Mir. v , PI MULVILLE Undertaker, Funeral Director and Embalrrier. Residence, j9 East Main ?:. . Store. St.- Patrick's block; 110 Broadway; ; Telephone at stole and re? dence. - .'' , . , : : ' ; " MEMORIAL DAY in only a f err' weeks ofL riace your order now for Flowe? Vases, Metal Wreaths or a Settee.. We manufacture Monuments in blue, pin's and white Westerly, Qulncy, Barre, Wisconsin, Scotch red, Concord, Troy, and all other staple granites. Direct from quarries-, no agents' salaries to pay. Don't buy until you get our prices. You pay at least 5 R per cent more if you buy from agents. CHARLES A JACKSOR & CO., Manufacturers and Importer!. 270-274 Bank Street. ' Better Than Ever Thr Waterbnry' Business Men's asso ciation bare made arrangement with the . Westcott Express Co. ef New Tork, whereby the company will be responsible for goods shipped to and from New York. The . Borton end will be cared for Ralph N. Blakeslee will act as agent for Waterbury, and will be glad to furnish all Information regarding rates, etc. Bonds and Stocks Local Investments ' 8 Specialty. : : : :' C U. HOIJVIE, 63 North Main Street. I F you want a well built house ; give your plans to . Uplianv tfie Builder. ' 48 SOUTH WILLOW STREET. FULTON MARKET. FINE SHAD, Spanish Mackerel, Salmon. Snapper Blues, ( Bullheads, (Smelts, Lrge Guilford Clams, Long Island Steamers, Lobsters Nand Es callops, Turkeys, Geese. Chicken, Fowl. 252-262 Cherry street. 'Phone 191-4. WATCHES are as well known the world over -as In the home city. , New series anfl new styles for men and wo m ven are produced each season. Our latest for men, are screw cases of nickel silver metal. The Cavour, a ladies' hunting cased watch, is the best value 'yet pro duced. . . .. ... ' For sale by. all jewelers. New England latch Co Event na Democrat, WATEJtBUHY. CONN. THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY C Malokct. Editor. MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED fRC5S. SUBSCRIPTION RATES." ' One Yer . f$.oo j Th re Months... feia Months S.ftO J On Month.. Delivered to rut Part of CitT. TUESDAY, MAY. 10, 1904. The Hartford Tost editor is. '..trying to show that the democrats who four years ago opposed, instructed delega tions for W. J. Bryan were very will ing this year that, Instructions should be given for Parker. Can't a man change, his opinion occasionally if he chooses. This is a free country and the democrats should enjoy irg privi leges just the same as the other feK lows. Besides you know it was Bry an's second attempt and this is Judge Parker's maiden effort. Thf, republican pow-wow begins at the Hyperion theater, New Haven, this evening" at 8 p. m. sharp, that is unless the wires become crossed and cause more trouble than is being ex perienced just now. To be sure there is a Wg fight en for supremacy, but the ever-attentlve-to-duty machine seeing to have the. throttle in charge, and unless there is a slip-up the old machine will run right through to vic tory. Notwithstanding- nil this the outs promts to make the session in teresting, and inharmonious. Much depends upon the coming liar vest, sayg Banker Clews '. Last year we bad. short crops of ipotton.; wheat and hay. Only a big corn crop saved us from more serious reaction. As it is the west continues fairly prosper ous, the south is enjoying more activ ity than usual, and it is the east that suffers most from reaction, the cur tailment of industrial operations being marked and persistent. Wall street is facing twb important uncertainties the crops and the elections. ' In Au gust we may be able( to anticipate both with somj .certainty,- but not sooner." As for the election, that promises to be less exciting and less disturbing than usual, with the tariff the chief subjectof "controversy and concerning which little Is likely to bo done." " Meanwhile, fluctuations in the stock market will probably be con fined to moderate limits. There is a steady demand for good investments when prices are made attractive, the recent city bond offering being, heavily oversubscribed, but the price not alto gether satisfactory to the-auhorities. The truth ig that the suppression of crime Is a subject which must be giv en more attention than it has received from the best intellects of the nation. The problems of tracle, finance, art, literature and science have been close ly studied and largely solved- How essential-then that there should be more attention, paid to investigating the cause and cure of crime which is said to cost this country $000,000,000 annually, snys an exchange. Is not this a question that should be investi gated by the federal government in the interest of 'all the American peo ple, whether natife or foreign born? Meanwhile, it is plainly apparent that, in the cultivation of this, immensely important field, there ; cannot .safely be any cessation , of those religious and. moral efforts with which we are all so familiar. The church, the home, the school, the press, must unitedly, courageously and persistently move out together in an unbroken front, "terrible as an army with banners," not only for the suppression of what ever crime may now exist, but for such uplifting of the 'whole commun ityfrom upper to lower crust that vice and crime will bo reduced to a minimum. and ultimately disappear as darkness before 'the approach of day. There is more traffic, decidedly, in London than there is in. New York, but the . figures recently published in the English capitol to prove the greater amount of travel there In a day, compared with New York, fail to take into account all of New York's transportation facilities, says a New York exchange. There are 600 miles of railway of all kinds within the boundaries of London. - The railroads of New York city (with 3,000,000 less population than London) have more than 800 miles of which the Metropoli tan has, approximately, 250; the Man hattan elevated, 115; the Union (Huck leberry), 75; and the Brooklyn lines, 300. This is exclusive of the mileage of the New York Central & Hudson River, the New York and New Haven, the Long Island and the New York and Putnam, within the . city boun daries. The number , of passengers carried by the New York lines exceeds a billion in a year, which is 300,000, 000 more than are carried by the linos within the boundaries of London in the like period. There is a much larger number of vehicles in the streets of London than in the streets of New York. The number of cabs in the English' capitol is much larger than the number in use in Netv York and the London omnibus system is very extensive. It has been pointed Grand Offer of Free Consultation X-Rays Examination and Advice Brings Hundred of Sufferers to the Radio Chemic Physicians' Office. This Is the Record. During the past three mouths k grout many people residing iu ..Waterbury and vicinity have been ... benefited, ami cured by the KadioChemic physicians.' Many cured patients testify daily to the merits of their treatments and remedies. Their grand success is cer tain and the pernuuiency of their loca tion hero is assured. Many reports have been circulated which were in tended to shake the confidence of the public in the N.-Itny doctors.. In spite of the opposition of certain people who are ignorant of the methods of the Itadlo-Chemie physicians they have made. a wonderful record for curing difficult and distressing diseases. To correct the ninny conflicting stories circulated the following figures arc submitted. They indicate a. wonderful amount of good done in a surprisingly short time. In three months 0,8."." people have been given an X-Kay ex amination by the Itadio-Chonile physi cians; 4,073 ha vrV been treated for some serious complaint; 421 have been refused treatment ns incurable; 2,?M have been cured and there are nt pres ent. 2.100 patients under treatment. The X-Ray doctors point with pride to their grand record of people cured by their magnetic treatments and potent vegetable remedies. Waterbury peo ple and those coming from a distance obtain from these eminent, specialists skillful .and scientific attention. ST. VITUS DANCE CURED Miss Hazel Nitsche, a bright little school girl living at Oakville, Conn, was a great sufferer. She comes to Waterbury to be cured by the I'tadio Chemic Physicians,. Her mother makes an astonishing statement. She says: "Hazel was afflicted with St Vitus dance for a long time, and "was grow ing steadily worse. I did not believe anyone could cure her. for I had spent hundreds of dollars without any appre ciable benefit. A friend of my husband told how much good the Radlo-Cuemic Physicians were doing, and advised me WATERBURY out that riccadilly, between the hours of 1 and 2 p. m., is the most crowded point in London. HEAED IN PASSING The republicans who are clamoring for the nomination . of Roosevelt and Cannon apparently want an explosive at each end of tlie ticket. New York American. A man who shouted, "scab" was fin ed $10 in Hartford recently, for his utterance. It is an expensive word to use and yet one of the cheapest in the English language. Ansonia Sentinel. Germany is becoming so alarmed over the peril of "the Ameriegn girl with her wealth, her beauty and hot brains" that we're expecting a heavy duty placed on American girls admit ted to that country, most -any time. Lewiston Journal. - - -, f v If looks as if China is to adopt a policy of retaliation for the severe ex clusion law of this country. Ameri cans will have no moral right to com plain if their commerce and themselves are barred out of the Flowery King dom. Buffalo Courier. A contemporary observes that what Colonel Bryan - needs in connection with his platform "is a, good singing comedian." Probably the services of the Honorable Webster Davis could be enlisted if he were properly, ap proached. Kansas City Journal. It is better for all concerned that a state should not become permanently one-sided. Connecticut suffers already from too long a dominance of one party in the legislature, and it .is high time for a change for the general welfare even more than for any party or personal reason. Hartford Times. If Mr -Bryan should bolt the St Louis convention he ( would doubtless have a-few followers, but not .enough to affect a single electoral vote, and electoral - votes decide a presidential contest. Mr Bryan could not take with him a single electoral vote from the south. . Nobody claims that he could do so in the east. Iu all the west there are no electoral votes he can control that would otherwise' ; be cast for the democratic candidate. Nashville American. The American people like a man of Cannon's homely common sense, quaiutness and vigor of expression, and a generally straightforwa id atti tude toward all comers. The secret of the new enthusiasm felt by members of the house for Speaker ".Cannon, If due to one thing more than Another, may be attributed to the fact that tlie sudden acquisition of power has had no effecjt in the way of changing his attitude towards those who came un der him. Norwich Bulletin. The Sun man reports that the 04 students, "Who are doing the Tender loin "sociologically" in charge of. u professor, did4 not give a Yale yell even when "Chuck" Connors extended the glad hand. "I welcome youse'to Chinatown," . said Chuck, "and e very thin' is open from the joss house to the dope joints. I hope that the rer latlons between Chinatown an' youso will alwaj's be of muchool benefit." "I thank you," replied Professor Bail ey, and the students filed solemnly by without a murmur. Exchange. . We thoroughly understand the deep sympathy so many have with. what is called the old Puritan Sunray. They demand its retention and " they say much that is wise iu its support. Un fortunately for them, however, it is a very serious question whether it can either be retained or whether there is enough left to it to retain. It is more of a question of society adapting itself to present and pressing conditions and in evolving a new, , spirit pf . tolerance which shall keep the bars from falling altogether. New ; ..Haven Register. New German Cruiser. BERLIN, May 10. The new cruiser Bremen, which has just brilliantly stood the official tests, has been or dered to the American cruiser division to replace the Gazelle, which will be vsmodeled. 1 3rt. !K ! - Bears the 9 "'B Rina "m ftlff3't The Kind You Have Always Bought to take her to them. I put her under their .wonderful X-Kay magnetic treat ment and the result is astonishing. She has improved .from the lirst find the nervousshaking is seldom seen. I nm surprised that the Radio-Chemic Physicians have accomplished this so quickly. I am thankful to them. (Signed) "MRS OTTO NITSCHE.' I "i ;X Z? -is- : il, -'-1 s - t- i Photo by Buckley. LIVER COMPLAINT CURED Miss Liazie Palx, a prepossessing young lady .who resides at 00 Brown street, city, says: , "Three years ago I became afflicted Avith liver complaint with oil its attending symptoms (iuid distressing pains. My color was bad and at times my food gave me great discomfort.. My casewas bordering on a chronic state when I consulted the Radio-(?hemic 1 hysicians. who gave me an X-Ray examination and told me my disease. I took a month's course of magnetic treatments and immediate ly, the. improvement began and I '.have made rapid progress under their skill ful care. I nowvfeel entirely well, and RADIO-CHEMIC HIM BREAD. Sirs. RiehnrriMftn of nohtr fieri only Injured by Tramit'n Attack. ROCHESTER, X, Y., May 10. Mrs. Arthur W. Rlchnrdson, wife of one of the best known residents of this city, was viciously assaulted while alone at her home here by a tramp whose ap parent motive was robbery. After felling the woman by a blow on the back of theneck the intruder bound her arms behind her and, forciug a handkerchief -into her mouth, left her unconscious., in which condition she was discovered by her husband upon his return home, . Mrs, Richardson was revised, sufficiently to give n few de tails of the assault, but later, lapsed in to, unconsciousness, and her .condition is serious.' ' ' :r,h'-. , , ' Nothing ws missing from the house, and the police incline to the 'belief that the assailant was frightened away. .Mrs. Richardson said . that a tramp came to the door and asked for' bread. She raised her arms in the act of tak ing the requested food from a shelf when the man crept up . behind and struck her. She fell to the floor uncon scious. ': ,!y ' . ;. ' ' - Onr Wnrthlpi For Korea. WASHINGTON, May .10. The atten tion of the state department has been drawn to the possibility of rioting and looting at Newchwang in the interval between the expected Russian with drawal and the Japanese occupation. Secretary Hay had a consultation with the president respecting the advisabil ity f of again sending a warship to Newchwang to safeguard American interests and prevent outrages upon other foreigners by brigands. The na vy department has cabled Admiral Cooper, commander in chief of the Asi atic station, to send a cruiser and a gunboat to Chefu. This. is the nearest neutral port ib Port Arthur, but is out side the zone of military operations. The selection of the vessels is left to Admiral Cooper. Peruvian Beaten In First Flaht. i RIO JANEIRO, May 10 An impor tant battle has been fought between Brazilian forces under Medeiro and the X'eruvians near the river Chandles. The Peruvians were.. completely routed. In spite of the importance of this news it is the general opinion here that there will not be a war between Peru and Brazil. ' The Peruvian minister: to Bra jcil has handed to Baron Rio Branco a note on the situation, which is under stood to be couched iu very friendly terms. TlwTnote proposes an examina tion of the property rights of both countries in the disputed Acre terri tory, without taking into account the actual occupation of the district.1; Hrlil(iworkor(i' Strike Off. '. PITTSBURG','- May 10.-The .griev ance between the International Bridge and Structural' Iron'.. Workers" and the American Bridge "company., has been adjusted. At a conference the compa ny agreed to remove the thirty-five nonunion' men employed at-Corrall, Pa., where the company is erecting a bridge for the Pennsylvania railroad.' The men on all contracts for the com pany will resume work this morning, which means the completion of the Wabash railroad. Honolulu Qneen at St. Lonl. BT." LOUIS, May 10. Queen I.iliuo kalanl, the deposed ruler of Hawaii, accompanied by her adopted son, for mer Prince Cupid, now known as Jo seph Kalanianole, and his' wife, have arrived from Washington and have taken apartments at the Inside Inn, on the exposition grounds. Count Casalnl III. ' WASHINGTON, May 10, Count Cassini, the Russian ambassador, has been ill for several days,- snfferlng from a severe attack of hay fever. The ambassador will leave Washington to day or tomorrow for Atlantic City for several days' rest. my .friends tell me I am the picture of health. I have gained in ilesh and weight. It does not seem possible that this is true, but it is a wonderful fact. (Signed) "MISS LIZZIE FAIX." Stomach Difficulty Cured Mrs Kt Rabin, who lives at 273 South Main street, .city, endorses the Radio- i'lRS. AININIE CULL1NAIN . This well known lady, residing at 400 'West Main street, city, has been cured of . a .'dangerous and distressing disease by the X-Ray Light treatment. She says: "Ten months ago I became aware that I had a cancer . of ' tlie breast. -At first it did -not 'trouble, me', but later the pain became' excruciating and almost -unendurable. I thought I could never be cured. I was also trou bled with backache -coming from kid ney disease. I went to see the Radio Chemie Physicians, took a two months' course of their X-Rny Light.and mag netic treatment; and enn trulyv Sy- I am cured of my. troubles." Chemic Physician in emnhatic words She says:' "I cannot speac tort highly in praise of the Original X-Ray tpc tors and the irood thev have done ne. Alt- iiispiiso -nns fif thp stomach and I thought I could not be cured. The Radio-Chemic Physicians have made me well, and 1 recommend them to all. (Signed) . "MRS K. BAB1N."' ; 22-23 Commncial Building, 110 Banff Sree?? Waterbury, Gonn. OFFICE IIOURS-0 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 4 p. m.7 to 8 p. m., Dallj. Sun days, 2 to -p. m. only. ; PHYSICIANS. OPPORTUNITY To get a desirable home for a little money. One ( family house, 8 rooms, with all improvements at Valley View, $2,600, easy terms. If I do not selT within a few days will rent It. ' r ; Li;iR.';;Car.fer,' Room 5. , Telephone J03-4-No 11, East Main St. Now is the Time To buy real estate. In the spring prices ifl bt booming. We have both ; business and investment property situated in almost every locality. Build ing lots a specialty. Real estate cared for. 8, J. TORKOMIAH, 109 Bank street. Room 11 Not Only Seem Easy, But being seamless are easy no. welts to ; tire the wearer or irritate the tenderest feet. 7holo Brand Don't fade or stain. Mad in black, russet and all popular colon. Durable, stylish. 20c. pair, 2 pairs Sfc. Sold lay dealer. If your dealer does not have them, intist on Whale Brand Socks he -will be glad to get them for you. Manufactured by . CORNELL STOCKING CORPORATION, New Bedford, Mass. Look for i Whalt on every pair. Begs to announce that he has o en i a Ladies' Tailori gesta 'ishment at 37S uth M in Street, where veryth g in the line is up in first class order, and at lowest reasonable price. He does Cleaning, Pressing and Gentlemen's Gar ments, by the piece or by the month. . . . . . ' . NOTE THE NUMBER, 370 South lain Si, Di 1 I f A. SfffS ilm. Kind and at the fight price. . The newest concit$ in white and colored shirts, the most ar tistic patterns in summer neckwear, modish belts and hosiery, un derwear in separate garments or union suits of balbriggan or ribbed goods and - - - - - ' ' Straw Hats. " - : . . ; . 1 , ' ,B . '"" - . . 'V ' r' - ' , - - ' , -..V In well assorted grades and styles. f 115-1 17 SOUTH GET READY Summer is here with a lump, vaca tion time is on. . Tired humanity, i ready for vacation; maybe you will go on a long trip, perhaps only on a short excursion. When it comes to the pre paration you will find you need 1 a Trunk or Dress Case or Bag to carry yonr belongings. You can get it here, ftroug, durable,' all sizes and prices that will surprise you; the lowest in the city.-.-.' ' ': ' '; There is no room in our ' IJmbrelliv and Parasol Department; it. is literally packed with the choice Hire we carry. We make all our own umbrellas with nine ribs, and guarantee every umbrel la to - keep in repair free. Waterbury Umbrella ana. Trnnl MTr. -353 Bank 8tv Telephone 119-2. -Specialty! Lace Covers and Driving Parasols. , t is a iPleasure ' " , ' to" inspect our Wall Papers, the. colors are so rich, beautifully blended, tho patterns are go handsome and the ef- fects so refined and .exquisite that it is a revelation; to,, those - who -know, what - beauty in ; wall coverings really Is. If you wish to --'decorate-, your rooms in all the late k and most unique designs you can choose easily from our varied stock. - 0. A. Yalentine. 34 'Grand Street, Tel, 117-6. . . j " 'i New York aiid China Tea Go. 181 So. Main St., Cor. Jefferson Special. ADVANCE ritEMIUM SYSTEM. Consisting of Rugs, Mirrors, Clocks, Silverware, Damps, etc, with club or ders of $15 worth of "our Famous Tea, Coffee and Baking Powder.- " Window Screens, large size, with 1 lb Baking Towder. 20 lbs Granulated Sugar for $1 Wednesdays and Satuidays. , Headquarters for Fenton's Cele brated Ceylon Teas. Thomas Fenton DRESCHER & KEIL flel Bros Real German Lagei Beet u Draught Flee Lunch. 17 Et llain St Wateriiury. Cons Warming Up a ' Little We are overflowing with sea sonable things in Men's and Boys Furnishings. .Requirements for warm weather that impart cool ness and comfort to the wearer you will find here, of the right MAIN STREET. DIRECTORY OF. Kenaoie specialists IN WATERBURY. KUETEN'S HOESE MAJtt Auction Sale every Tuesday at 1 p. & Rsio or Shfne. SOTJTH END STABLES, OPDOSltt gagle Brewing Co. ., $1.25 PIPES FOR 69e. c Brf,ar crook, genuine -amber ' stem, fce0 them. - EDWARD A. FEURILU S23 Bank Et CAIJAEIES GOXBFISB i iJi.la?k-Graber's'blrd tQre. 121 South Main street. x PATENTS Jairrs A. Peasley. 51 Leavpnwnrfv e IJU)IES, TAIL0E DE FEO & CIMMINO. !' First-class Tailoring. "QBank etreet. Telephcs, - xuxiux PKICE TAIL0E JOHN MOSEL. n---. 24 .Abbott avenue. , f. nepalring, cleaning and pre8lna la ales and gents' armetts. ' - : J WATI WWflf TATi, m W. M. DOYLE. 25 Jefferson street. FUNERAL DIREGT0E0 I. H. GRAY & CO,' ' r . 235 North Main street. Fnneral Undertakers. Telephon dtf or night SIGN AETISTS ' ED OCKELS. 11 Spring etreet , - TTp-to-date Sign Work. ARCHITECTS LEONARD ASHEBI , ROOM 23, Lewis Building, Bank ttretr The CANTON RESTAURANT f ' 217 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CHINESE AND AMERICAN COOKING TO ORDER. Board by tho week ..... . . ..... $3.50 Meal Tickets. $5.25, for 4.53 , Regular dinner 25c. from 12. to 3 p. m. .Telephone,. 1-3-5. .-.- : , We Store Fu rs in -olci rooms, on hangers. 'safe frorf moths, fire and theft. No beating, shaking or other Injurious methods. Simply cold, dry air. which not only preserves but improves the appear ance of your furs. You Cannot Afford to run the risk of hav,ing your r.iin able garments ruined this summer, when a very smairoutiay -will afford you ABSOLUTE PROTECTION. Na irouble for. you. We call. for and de liver all furs for storage. . Simply write or telephone, we do .threst, and do it promptly. ? , :'. k . Booklet on Fur Storage' for the ask ing. L.- . - ' ':: .. HjfEBla Ice .& Gold Sfprage Plant' 1005 to 1131 Bank street. -Telephone 202. R. E. Munger, Mgr. STEAKS, CHOPS, OYSTERS, EiJ Hverything first class i: - Hodson's Grill Room Eagle Brewing Co : Ale, Lager and Porter on draught, and bottled for family . trade - rw O 4TZ, T 95 SOUTH MAIN STREET. BUTTERMILK. Recommended by Physicianj for ail jfomsch troubles. For ale by gla$J, quart or gallon ' AT J.E.WATTS,l50SoiitiiMainSI Concordia - Cofo 807-SG9 Bank Stret John Kress Beer, special brew, alss Eagle Ale and 1-ager. Fine Wines, Cigars aud IIquoT. Bowling Alley and Pool Tables. " JL. REICUENBACn, Proprietor.