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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1901.
High Grade
Go-Carts
A the price of medium
grades. '
For a few days -we are
makine special CUT PRICES
on good carts. Better take
advantage of It.
$11.25, from $14.50.
$12.75, from $16.50..
$14.50. from $18.00.
$17.75, from $23.00.
$19.75, from $25.00.
And so on, while they last.
J. fl. Bur rail 5c Co,
O BANK ST.,
UNDERTAKERS.
At night call George T. Per
ry, 19 Ridgewood Bt, Tel; Charles
El Ceymcmr, 184 Maple street,
ffilj cr, Diatrict Messenger Of-
NO T THE LEA S T
EXCUSE NOW
for anyone not having a toe PIANO
in the home. A beautiful Clock Savings
Bank Se tePo PgJ
Come In or writ, for particulars,
which we will cheerfully give. ,
LOW PRICES. EASY TERMS.
rm tniGGs swh co.
rVrrTihtn2 muslcaL Telephone 733-3.
PIAHO AND ORGAN BARGAINS
1 Square Piano, $25.00.
2 Square Pianos, $15.00 each
4 Good Organs, (Estey's), $10.00 each.
These bargains will only last a few
Jtars. "We wish to dispose , of this
stock to make room for oar other
etoctc Come and receive a good bar
gain. ;
.SIHEIPIlOCi,
17 5 BANK STREET. WATERBURY CT.
. H, MULVTLLB
Undertaker, Funeral Director
and Embalmer. s
Residence; 439 East Main St.
Store, St . Patrick's block,
110 East Main St;
Telephone atstote and re?
dence.
KEEP US IH DID
when you want & Monument or any
thing for your cemetery plot. Select
ed, stone--no seconds, is used in all
our work. We guarantee to save you
money, no agents to increase the cost.
Flower Vases. Settees, Porcelain
Flowers for craves.
"Wood Mantels, prates (and Tiles.
GHAHLES A. JACKSON & GOi
' ? 270-274 Bank Street
, Manufacturers and Importers. ,
Carpenter Wante d.
First-class man for jobbing.
Geo, Upham, Builder.
48 SOUTH WILLOW STREET.
etter Than Ever
Tee Waterbury Business Men's asso
ciation have made arrangement with
the . 2 ;
Wcstcott Express Co.
ef New Tork, whereby the , company
will be responsible for goods shipped
to aci from New York.
The Bo: ton end will be cared-for
ts befora.
Ralph N. Blakeslee.
wfll net jia fltrsnt tor WafrhnTv m-nA
will be glad to furnish all Information
regarding rates etc.
Bonds and Stocks
Local Investments
; a Specialty; : : :'
C Iw. HOLMES,
C3 North Main Street.
FULTON MARKET.
FINE . SHAD, Spanish Mackerel,
Ealmon, Snapper Blues, Bullheads.
Smelts, Large Guilford Clams, Long
Island Steamers, Lobsters and ' Es
callops, Turkeys, Geese, Chicken,
Fowl. .
52-202 Cherry street. 'Phone 191-4,
Money miakes the mare go, and
the watch time the mare. If f
your mare can do the time then
can you coin money, and therefore
Is the watch your friend, and an
accurate dispenser of time that .
calls for the least amount of mon
ey is what you all require. We
do the trick.
And all Jewelers sell them.
Hoi England -Match -Co
WATCHES
JBvenitia Bemoccat
WATERBURT. CONN,
JMOTD BT
1KB DEMOCSAT PUBLISHING -COMFANT
C Maiahxt, Rdxxos.
HIM OF ASSOCIATES HKS.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One Tear.... fS-00
bU Months.. 3.50
Throe Month. .U
Ono Month. .4S
Delivered to NT Psrt of CttT.
TUESDAY, JUNE 2U 1904.
A rather unsatisfactory feature of
our foreign trade movement was a de
crease of $15,000,000 in May exports,
due to a shrinkage of eight millions lu
wheat, three millions in cotton and two
and one-half millions in corn, says
Banker Clews. Our exports of manu
factures and minerals are, however, in
creasing, and if the present downward
tendency ot commodity prices contin
ues the shrinkage in exports will be
only a temporary affair. Our credit
abroad continues good, and gold ship
ments appear to have ceased for tue
present, Europe having satisfied Its im
mediate wants. What effect the war
will have upon the gold movement re
mains to be seen, this and the increas
ing supply of loanable funds being the
nhif inducements to cold shipments.
Very soon future cotton and grain bills
urtii v. in "hetter suodIv. sufficient, pos
sibly, to offset these influences. Little
attention is paid to the presidential
campaign, which contains no exciting
or alarming issues and no question con
cerning the soundness of our currency.
1 '' '
4,The most marvelous thing about
the great St Louis exposition Is the
audacity of the people in planning such
a gigantic undertaking," says a writer
who has looked over the ground.
"About 80 per cent of the exhibits are
In place. The only wonder is that 40
per cent of them are ready for the
public to see. Without doubt it is
the greatest show, the world has ever
seen. If 'there i any gouging at St
Louis on account of -the fair, 1 failed
to find it Tha charges at the hotels
land at the, restaurants are the, same
that prevailed since I.have been going
to St Louis, and arenas cheap as are
to be found in any city the glze of St
Louis. .The people there are eager to
m'ake the fair a grand success, and if
they gefclialf their dues they will
most certainly succeed. I should say
that the exhibit by the Japanese ranks
second only to the exhibits of this
country. Tble hardy little Japs have
things to . see in their . building, and
the neatness of (ther arrangement 1$ at
once attractive and educational. ' In
the art building is a' world of treasure.
Pictures from every country that has
produced artists are to be seen there.
To me this is one of the features of
the exhibit that will surely attract
and hold the attention of . art lovers
from all the world who see It"
The fact of the business is that the
big democrats of the nation who have
visited the national capital in the past
few dayq all are wearing smiles, says
our "Washington correspondent. They
feel that the situation is clarifying it
self so far as the presidential question
la concerned. From the action of the
different states all over . the country
in sending uninstructed delegations to
the national convention, they feel that
the purpose of the democracy this year
is ' to get together. It looks like the
watchword is and, will. be at the con
vention to meet In the city of St Louis
on July 6' nzt,'?'tvibgetier, take
counsel, get the best man and a man
who can and will win, put 'out 'a plat
form that the people at large will en
dorse and then all go out and fight like
tigers until victory comes to the party
of the people and rebukes the party
of spoliation, of 'special privilege, of
combines, of trusts, of treasury loot
ers, ana postofflco grafters. It no
longer now is the question of any
single individual. It is the question
of the man who can fill the public eye
in the estimation of the delegated de
mocracy In convention assembled, and
who can compel the democratic hosts
to get out and get red in the face In
support of him. They feel that the
people not only are sore at but really
afraid 'of the political , "four flush" and
"fakir" now in the white' house and
only await the opportunity to vote him
out anj place therein some man who
will execute the laws of the country
and not attempt, to usurp preroga
tives of the legislative branch of the
government. It is the consensus of
opinion here that such a man will be
nominated at St Louis and will be
elected.
HEABD IIT PASSOTi
The only way they will ever non
mate Uncle Joe Cannon for vice-president
is to catch him and chloroform
him. Baltimore Sun.
If some able and experienced hand
will kindly attend to the fat-frying. Mr
Koosevelt will personally superintend
the brass bands and fireworks, Ana
conda Standard.-
The advance of coal brings no cor
responding increase in the wages of
the miners, but it helps Secretary Shaw
to rejoice that we do not live a cheap
life. New York World.
Kuropatkin goes to bed at midnight
and gets up at 7 o'clock la the morn
ing. This effectually disposes of the
canard to the effect that he sleeps all
the time. Philadelphia North Ameri
can. In Great Britain . women are hanged
for murder wiien- convicted Just lilio
These
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Thousands Have Been Cured by the Radio-Chemic Ph ysicians. Prevailing Low
Rates to be Continued. Free X-Ray Examinatio n for 10 Days .
Test the Merits of This Institution.
statements published in the news-1
papers during the past months prove
iue great success of the Radio-Chemic
Physicians. Their office -were estab
lished in various cities to enable the
poor as well as1 the rich to obtain the
highest medical service at the lowest
possible price; It is a known fact that
thousands of sick and afflicted people
have availed themselves of the, oppor
tunity, and received personal benefits
and cures. This is sufficient evidence
that the Radio-Chemic Physicians are
doing a noble work. The offices of the
Badio-Chemic Physicians are thor
oughly equipped with the most expen
sive apparatus and the best X-Ray
machines and appliances and thus they
are able to give to the public the bene
fits of all this without charging more
than a moderate price. These offices
are firmly and permanently established
and patrons have secured at all times
the most advanced treatment and sci
entific service known to medical sci
ence, or to the world. The large and
increasing practice they enjoy has been
built up by the cures they have made,
and the ever Increasing staff of v spe
cialists and force of assistants demon
strates its growth.. Those who honest,
ly seek health will find it at small" ex
pense. Free X-Ray examination is
still given. ;. .' .. .(,. .; ..' . .
Hay Fever Asthma Cured.
Mr John S. Gallagher is probably
one of the best known young men In
this city, being an inspector . for - the
United Gas Improvement Co, He re
sides at Mill Plain, and has been cured
by the Radio-Chemic Physicians. He
says 'I was greatly afflicted with
asthma following repeated attacks of
hay fever, for which I found no relief
upon using the ordinary medicines for
this complaint. Catarrh of the' head
and throat kept me spitting mucus all
the time, and It also affected my lungs.
Learning of the success of the X-Ray
Doctors,-and seeing the great number
of patients who daily patronize them,
I went to test their treatments for my
self. I am now very gladj did; for the
Radio-Chemic Physicians have re-
WATERBURY
men. The British recognize no distinc
tion Hat uicpn tna whn tho In W
has been violated. Americans are more
tender-hearted, even if less logical tnan
their cousins, across the Atlantic
Baltimore Sun.
There is a woman in Kansas who
has had five children In eleven months
triplets once and twins the other
time. If HItt had not already signified
his willingness to run, that lady's hus
band would doubtless be an acceptable
vice-presidential candidate. Chicago
Record-Herald.
San Francisco is the best city on the
coast. Her magnificent harbor and
the wealth of resource Iyih latent in
her" surrounding country wait to make
her one. of the greatest cities of the
world. It remains for the citizens of
ouy great state to start her on her
way. San Francisco Bulletin.
Mr Roosevelt is a: live,-palpitating,
energetic . ; Issue, and one ,Whlclr the
country must deal with" before th$ n
dulum swings too far In1 the wrong ..!
rectioh And the very fact that h! is
"a man of action," is a man "who does
things," presses the Issue hard upon his
countrymen. New ,' Orleans Times
Democrat. ;
We must protect the American citi
zen in his rights, even in other lands,
but it would not be amiss to serve no
tice oh adventurers, trouble hunters
and criminals that tiae American clti
sen who remains at. home and . earns
his living is not going to keep up bat
tleships and blowgourds to race-around
the world to save them from their ras
cality. Dallas News. : ; : - .
Crows are said to be unusually an
noying to Connecticut farmers tins sea
son. The sable birds are doing their
best to ruin the corn crop,, which is al
ready threatened by lacR of sun and
too much wet weather. In some cases
the seed has rotted instead of sprout
ing. We advise farmers to shoot nil
the crows they can, put them in cold
storage and sell the dead birds after
election when crow pot-pie may be pop
ular. Bridgeport Posts..; 0 . , v
The infernal racket; incident to ; the
Fourth of July has already. begun. The
firing of toy pistols and -. the. noise of
torpedoes may be heard. any evening.
These premature preliminaries to the
Fourth of July are strictly contrary to
the law. They violate not only the law
oft the state but the law of propriety
&m of common sense. The celebration
of the day is hideous enough and dis
turbing enough when it is confined
within the statutory limits. Hartford
Post. . r.r: .
FOURTH AT THE FAIR:
Independence Dav to Be Observed
With Fitting Ceremonies.
St Louis. June SI. The committee
on ceremonies of the exposition Is en
gaged upon preparations of an elabor
ate program for the celebration of the
Fourth of July. It is the purpose to
make Independence day surpass in in
terest and attendance all previous
days of the world's fair, not excepting
the opening day, April SO, which was
a record breaker In exposition history.
The plans as contemplated are not
yet' performed in detail. They will
include features of special interest, be
ginning early in the day, and continu
ing far into the night. The director
of works haB already entered upon a
ficheme of illumination which will
eclipse in' splendor and uniqueness
the present wonderful display. It is
h intention to have a series of at
tractions which will, bo free to tall.
The concession amusements will, of
course, be running, but the exposition
management intends, to supplement
these with numerous features given
in the plazas during the day and the
evening. Information received through
railroad channels indicates a very
large attendance from the " surround
ing territory. -
The Fourth" of July falls upon. Mon
day this year. In view of the prom
ised attendance of at least a quarter
of a million of people, the exposition
management will largely increase the
number of free seats, the provisions
for free water and otner free conven
iences, .The steam, railroads and
street railroads will make special effort
to handle the crowds. To encourage
the coming of picnic parties, the three
hundred acres of woodland and, lawn
in the southern part of the grounds
will bo put in condition for-the use of
$uchi)axtses.
Known
stored mv health. 1 Asthma does not
keep my awake nights, for I can now
sleep well a thing I had not done for
flVe years previous to taking treatment
with them. Colds do not cling to me
as -they 'did, for I, am able to throw
them off. I have gained fourteen
pounds in less than two months. My
experience with the X-Ray Doctors is
that they are' reliable and cure the dis
eases they treat. (Signed)
"JOHN S. GALLAGHER."
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Catarrh and Cough Cured
Adolph Barnhroch, residing at 03 Di
vision street, city, gives praise to the
X-Ray 'Doctors for curing him. He
says "I am tnankf ul to the Radio
Chemic Physicians for, the help they
have given me. or over two years I
had been troubled in a very bad way
with catarrh of the head and throat.
My mother gave me all kinds of stuff
and took me to many so-called special
ists, but nothing seemed to do me
good.. Finally I got a pain in my left
side, and began to worry about my
self. My mother heard of the Radio-
Chemlc Physicians and their wonderful
RADIO-CHEMIC
f.Hl.tIlI"lIlIl-MIaM
O N E BY ONE
By Adelaide A. Procter
0
NE by ono the sands arct flowing-,
,
One by one the moments- fall,;
Some sre coming:, some are go
ing:; T Do not strive to grasp them all.
One by one thy duties wait thee
Let thy whole strength go to each.
Let no future dreams elate thee. "
-Learn thou flret what these, can teach. .
T One by one (bright gifts from heaven)
- .joys are sent inee nere oeiow;
Take them readily when given "
Ready, too, to let them go.
n One by one thy griefs shall meet thee
Do not fear an armed band;
X One will fade as others greet thee
snaaows passing tnrougn me iana.
The InHereiit
lessness of
By Mrs. FRANK LESLIE
o
LMOST any man brought into business relations with
a woman not his employee meets her propositions or
arguments wih either an air of good natured tolerance,
or disquieted contempt of skeptical scrutiny, or of
MAGNANIMOUS ACCEPTANCE, perhaps harder
to bear than any other of the demonstrations of hi?
MM
! superiority.- -.;v. ,:
No man ever meets her and converses upon momentous subjects
precisely as he does WITH ANOTHER MAN, and' until this is
the case there are no true equal rights for the woman. The woman
seeks an interview with her business mail or lawyer ; she wishes cer
tain things done and done at once.1 The business man or the lawyer
assures her with an air of indulgent patience that what she suggests
cannot be done, at least not iii her way and at her time ; that to sell,
or to buy, or to invest,, or to do, whatever it is she wishes , to do is not
possible, OR ' IF POSSIBLE NOT DESIRABLE, and she'd bet
ter leave it all in his hands and rest secure that he will do what is
for the best. 3Sow just here comes in the helplessness of woman. The
woman feels confident that the thing she 'wishes COULD be done,
and that it would do well that it should be done, but she lacks the
habit of command, the self confidence, THE WEIGHT OF WILL
that would enable her to hold her own without agitation or struggle.
A. woman can no more hold her own? against the well trained
masculine mind in matters of business, the law or politics, than she
can against' the well trained masculine muscle in a pugilistic en
counter, and this is what I call the INHERENT HELPLESSNESS
of woman. She may be better informed than the man, she may have
a deep rooted conviction that she is right, but she does not DARE
to take the thing into her own hands and manage it in a manner con
trary to that advised by the man who claims to know that she is
wrong. ,; '.
Another point of a woman's inherent helplessness is her sensitive
ness.' The man's sneer, or his HALF VEILED CONTEMPT for
her opinion, or his exaggerated politeness and deference, all tell upon
her courage and beat it down as if with blows of a fist or the stinging
cuts of a whip. , V- .
SHE FEELS WOUNDED, HURT, ASHAMED EVEN, WHILE RE
MAINING SURE THAT SHE 18 IN THE RIGHT. SHE WITHDRAWS
.FROM THE CONTEST APPARENTLY. DEFEATED, BUT, LIKE, GALl-;
LEI, SECRETLY MURMURING, "BUT NEVERTHELESS IT DOES
MOVE."
Facts
X-Ray machine. She took me to them,
and we were both glad to hear them
say I could be cured. Since taking
treatment the pain Is gone, and I am
building up my system. I have gained
thirteen pounds in three months. The
;catarrh .does not affect me, for my nose
and throat are' clear. If anyone is
.troubled with this disease, I would ad
vise such person to go and see the
X-Ray Doctors and be cured. (Signed)
"ADOLPH BARNBROCH."
Miss Lillie Maher.
This young lady, residing at 88 South
street, city, endorses the Radio-Chemic
Physicians. She says: "I had been a
great sufferer ever since I can remem
ber. The Weakness and cramps were
often 'unendurable and I would haye
them so bad I was compelled to give
up work and go home for the day.
There I would writhe In pain until
thoroughly exhausted. I was also
troubled with catarrh of the head
which was always dropping in my
throat. I called on the Radio-Chemic
iiiysicians. took their wonderful mag
netic treatment and can truly say I am
cured of the catarrh and cramps and
my Strength has. come back."
J Permanent Oflices.
. The Radio-Chemic Physicians hare
permanently located in Waterbury and
their leases anj contracts are for a
term of years. They have the largest
and most elaborately equipped phy
slclahs office in this country.
22-23 Cooinwcia! Building,
l!0 Bank S'reet, Waterbury, Conn,
OFFICE HOURS-9 a. m, to 12 m.,
2 to 4 p. m.. 7 to 8 p. m., Daily. Sun-
davs. closed.
PHYSICIANS.
See how small each moment's pain; $
uoa win neip thee for to-morrow,
So each day begin again..
' "
Every hour that fleets so slowly
Has its task to do or bear;
Luminous the crown, and holy,
When each gem is set with care.
i, TV :TtrT ' , - .... ,.; ,
. Do not linger with regretting.
Or for passing hours despond; s
Nor, thy daily trial forgetting,
Look too eagerly beyond.
Hours are golden links, God's token..
Reaching heaven: but, one by one, T
m , M . a. j . I . , 1
iaim mem, tesi ins cnam ds oroKen jl
Ere the pilgrimage be done. ;'
elp-
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Men's - Negligee Waists,
, A Sensible, Comfortable and
Fashionable Article of Dress.
WHITE OR
ilson '& Tyrrell, 115
Wireless Telegraphy
A. message for you. This is a sale
"we're planned for you. Mr and Mrs
World's Fair Visitor. One of the great
est sales of TRUNKS, BAGS, DRESS
SUIT CASES and UMBRELLAS, to be
sold at 50c on the dollar, at the Water
bury Trunk and Umbrella Manufac
tory, 153 Bank street. Owing to the
backwardness of the season and the
many strikes that have been in Water
bury, we are forced to sell our goods
at your own price. Be convinced for
yourself and call and see our closing
prices. Sale . positively opens June 10
until July 2, Our motto: We hereby
agree to refund the money on all goods
if not satisfactory. We carry the largest
and most exclusive line from cheapest
to the best of traveling goods. Re
member the place, 153 Bank street, v .
posite Waterbury National Bank.
Telephone, 119-2.
New York Tailoring Co.
Has Removed
From J30 NORTH MAIN ST. to
No. 276 North Main St
And during the next 30 days
will give to its patrons anu
' the, public generally the bene- ; ,
fit of a
Great Reduction Sale
Our reputation during the . past 15
years is a guarantee that we will ful
fill our promises, and when we say
that during the next oJ days we will
allow 1-3 off on all our goods, which
are already acknowledged to be the
cheapest. Our customers need no oth
er comment, but the public we invite
to give us a trial. Call and get
prices: t :
New York Tailoring Co.
'.V. 130 No. Main St.'
to York and Chin
Tea Go,
181 So. Main St.. Cor1. Jefferson
Special.
ADVANCE PREMIUM SYSTEM.
Consisting of Rugs, Mirrors, Clocks,
Silverware, Lamps, etc, -with club or
ders of 115 worth of our Famous Tea,
Coffee and Baking Powder. '
Window Screens, large size, with 1
lb EakingPowder.
20 lbs Granulated Sugar for $1
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Headquarters for Fenton's Ceie
brated Ceylon Teas. (
Thomas Fenton
, aurfr m. ymf -mm w-w -m J
Buooessor to D rescuer & Keil,
Plel Bros' Real German Lager Beer on
Draught. Fine Lnuch.
67 East Main St. Waterbury, .Conn,
COL ORED.
- 117 South Main St.
DIRECTORY OF
Reliable Specialists
IN WATERBURY.
AWNING MAKERS.
DeCOratOrS for fah-M. hnlln nrn..
and publiecelebrations. The Roberga
vw, o opencer ave. Telephone 237-14.
ETTRTEITS HORSE MART
Auction Sale erery TueHday at 1 p. to
Rain or Shine.
SOUTH END STABLES, opposite
Eagie Brewing Co. y
22e HANDSOME PIPES-220
Window full to select from, only 22c,
Big bargain. .
EDWARD A. FERRILL,
.323 Bank street
CAJTARIES GOLDFISH
At FraDk Graber'a bird atora ICS
South Main street. t
LADIES' TATX0S
DB FEO & CIMMINO, ,
First-clasa Tailoring.
130 Bank, street Telep&OBSl
H0RSE5H0ER3
W. M. DOYLE.
,25 Jefferson stroet.
FUI7ERAL DIRECTORS
J. H. GRAY & CO,
235 North Main treet.(
Funeral .Undertakers. , Telephone Ctli
SIGN ARTISTS
ED OCKELS,
11 Spring street.
Up-to-date Sign Work.
ARCHITECTS
LEONARD ASHEIM
ROOM 25,
Lewis Building, Bank stress
THe CANTON RESTAURAIir
217 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OP CHIN ESS AN3
AMERICAN COOKING TO ORDER, "
Board by the week $3.50
Meal Tickets, $5.25, for 43
Regular dinner 25e. from 12 to 3 p,
m. telephone, 1-3-5.
WHY IS IT
That our Ale of to-day Is second to
no other brewed In America, and why
Is the demand for It testing our ca
pacity?
WHV ITT I
Because the best ingredients thai
money can buy go into it and because
the most' skilled workmen that money,
can hire, brew it. Isn't that explana
tion enough?
It Is unnecessary to say a word of
praise for our famous "Pallida'
Lager. It's the best there is In beer.
We are soliciting trial orders by,
telephone for home and hotel use.
Telephones Brewery, 310; Bottlery,
218-2; Cold Storage, 202.
The Hsllmann Brewing Co.,
STEAKS, CHOPS, OYSTERS, He
Everything first class it
Hodson's Grill Room
Eagle Brewing Co'
Ale, Lager and Porter oa
draught, and bottled for family
trade- Cf
TT.' B. GUEST
95 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
BUTTERMILK.
Recommended by Physicians for all stomsch
troubles. For s'e by glass, quart or gallm
J. E. WATTS. 150 South Main S!
Concordia - Ccifo
S07-209 Bank Street.
John Kress Beer, special brew,
Eagla Ale and Lager. Fine Wine?,
Cigars " and Liquor. Bowling Ailj
and Pool Tables. (
l A, REIcnnNBACn, rropr!et?r,-

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