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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1904.
P0PULAB PENHY-A-WOBD. ADVS 11 A CAPTIVE'S STORY Perdiparis Tells of His Expe riences With Brigands. STAND TO BE MADE Russians Intrenching at Tat ehekiao to Fight There. 4114 Tou -will find It an excellent good policy if you see our Summer Clothing for men and young mep. We have (them In Single Coats, In Single rants, in Odd Vests. We have them in Outing Suits and In Cofets and Pants only. How about that Blue-Serge Suit? It is time to get it. The tailored-by-hand touch to our clothing can be recog nized as far as the eye can see. You. don't 'have to pay from $25 to $35 to a custom tailor to secure this touch of distinction to your cloth ing $10 or $15 Trill do it hei'e. No-thing like our Blue Serge Suits as far as style, fit and wear go. They are tjewed right and cut right, pr fectly tailor-made Inside and out, dignified, comfortable hot weather suits, and Shoes for men, -women, boys and children that give satis faction. If you are short of ready money, open an account with us to-day to-morrow or the next day.nd you'll find us ait all times ready to please you in quality and price. Don't class us with the ordinary installment houses. -Our methods are entirely different," our . prices tly same as in any leading cash store. Our goods ' are of the same high grade as in all uixto-date retail stores, the only difference is, they iell for cash, we sell on E Z payments. Spearo Credit 120 SOUTH MAIN ST, OVER UNION . SUPPLY GROCERY CO. NUTMEG GRATINGS. Interesting Items Boiled Down For the Benefit of our Busy Readers. William H. Davis, a waiter residing In New Haven, has died from effects of a spider's bite which he received a month ago. In low spirits because of the death Of his father and mother, William Dor sey of Hartford committed suicide yes terday morning by drinking : carbolic acid. ' . ; The. 'house at New Haven occuoied by I "Mrs Lora Schoenberger and her chll- iday night, who secured a diamond ring, three opals and other, jewelry.'- , i Drum Major William C. Steele of the Fifst Infantry, C. N. G., has ten dered his resignation to Colonel Schulze after thirty years' service. He has long been a member of the non commissioned staff of the 'regiment. John, the 10-years-old son of Mr and Sirs Michael Peters of Torrington, was drowned early Saturday evening while bathing, in the pond of the Coe, Brass Co. The boy could. s'wlro, but was fit tacked by cramps. The body was re covered.' ' V . i - John Cross of Walthara, Mass, was drowned yesterday afternoon by the capsizing of a sloop three miles off Bridgeport, containing six other men besides himself. The , others were saved. The accident occurred during a heavy thunder storm. . Mrs Louis Barnes of Bolton Center committed uicide last night by shoot ing herself through the heart. A thir two caliber revolver was used and -the bullet entered between-the fifth and sixth ribs. It half protruded, through the skin In the baek and was extracted by Dr'W. R. Tinker of South Manches ter. ... - Mrs Mary Scott, wife of .the late Rev J". li. Scott, fell down a flight of Stairs at the home of the Misses At water in Wallingford JMday night, TrhPrf she was stoDDtas: on a visit. She was picked up and Dr Russell was called and found that sae naa sustain ed a broken wrist and a contusion of the brain, from which she died at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. Fred B. Vistaskl, a Pole, 22 years old, was drowned Jn the Middle pond at Terryville last niijht.. Vistaskl, with another young man, went in bathing and the former swam about 200 feet from the bank when he sank. His , companion, who was unable' to rescue him, gave the alarm and a par ty of men turned out and dragged the pond, recovering the body shortly after midnight. St Mary's new parochial school in New Britain was dedicated yesterday afternoon. Rev John T. Winters, pas tor of the church, introduced Rev Wil liam H. Rogers of Hartford, who made the address. The front of the building was draped with flags and streamers, the most conspicuous color being the United States flag. "The Star Spangled Banner" was sune and Bishop Tieiney pronounced his blessing. Daniel Colwell. supreme secretary nf th Tvntsrhts of Columbus.' has just rptiirnfid to his home In New Haven from Louisville, Ky, where the annual j session-of the supreme council has; just been held. One of the matters settled at this session, was the build ing of the national headquarters in New Haven, plans and specifications having been stamped with the approv al of the convention. '"'-." It is announced that General Man ager O. M. Shepard of the Consolidated road has appointed, B. J. Eagan, now Inspector of train service on the eastern district of the system, as assistant su perintendent of the Air Line-Northampton division to succeed R. G. Curtis, re signed. Mr Curtis,' who has beeu in Northampton, will remove to New Ha ven and Mr Eagan. who has been In Boston, will go to Westfleld, Mass. Henrv Devine, a mbtorman on the Far liaven and Westville railroad, was on the Savin Rock run yesterday afternoon. The heat of the sun as well as the extra strain of work weak ened him and at about 5:30 p. m. he fell unconscious on the platform of his car near the corner of Congress ave nue and Baldwin street. He had presence of mind enough to shut off the power when he felt himself grow ing suddenly weak, but before the car had quite stopped he had fainted. The condition of Mrs Annie Johnson of Bridgeport who was run over 1 by an automobile Saturday night, Is not much improved, and it is hardly tlwugbt that she can recover. The ac cident happened, at Fairfield avenue and water street, while Mrs Johnson was crossing the street? She at first hesitated when she saw the machine aproaching and attempted to go back, but before tebe could do so she was struck and run over. .V party of New Haven men were In the "automobile. M James Woods, an insurance cahvas- I ser for the Metropolitan Insurance Co I of New York, shot himself in the left I temple at 10:45 o'clock yesterday morning In Bristol and died instantly. He had taken the revolver, which was a small 22-caliber weapon, from a drawer in the room of Dr Oliver J. Beach, a boarder in the Woods house, and, unknown to the members of the family who have kept a close watch on him for -some time, went to his room, and, fully dressed, lay down on his bed and shot himself. His ' calls for assistance refused, Marco Cerlno wag drowned in sight of three companions yesterday in Dead Man's Cove, near v Bridgeport. The four men were in swimming In the cove- near the power house of the Con necticut Railway and Lighting Co. Cerino could not swim, but he waded out beyond his depth 'and called for assistance. One of the men replied: "Now you're in the hole, swim out." The three men stood and watched Ce rino struggle in the water nd before they realized it and made any 'at tempts to aid Cerlno he 'had fcunk and was drowned in fifteen feet of water. His body was recovered. Carl Lesslng, who resides in Rock ville, met- with a serious bicycle acci dent yesterday noon, receiving injuries which may possibly prove fatal. Lea sing was on his way to Kittle's farm, near Bolton, 'and was descending Hatch's Hill, when he lost control of his wheel and while going at a furious rate brought up against a stone wall. His wheel was smashed and he was knocked unconscious. , He recovered sufficiently to get to a farm 'house near by, where the farmer cut off some of his hair to reach the wounds on his head, bandaging him as well 'as he could to stop the flow, of blood, and then placed him, in , a wagon and brought him to the office of Dr T. F. O'Loughlln. It was" found that, he had a cut five Inches long on the top of his head and a fracture of the skull. He also had a gash two inches long on hl9 forehead and another in his face, which was also bruised and contused. MEETINGS, TO-NIGHT. Central Labor union. Patrick Sarsfield club. Nutmeg lodge, P. of A. Magnolia lodge, K. of P. Arbutus camp, W. of W. Painters and Decorators. Hellmarin Advance corps. Mantow council, I. O. H. Waterburj. Debating club.' Townsend lodge, I. O. O. F. Concordia Singers' rehearsal. ' Waterbury conclave, I. O. H. v St Francis Xavier drum corps. Continental lodge, F. and A. M. Abraham Lincoln camp, S.of V. Lady Trumbull counciU'D. of L. Court Cecilia M. Quigley, I. O. F. Waterbury tent, No 36, K. O. T. M. Court America, F. of -A. St Vincent de Paul society. Court .Fruitful Vine, No 3, F. of A. St Joseph's drum corps. Liberty lodge, A. O. U. W. FOREST PARK. A great bill for this week has been prepared by Manager Mo Harris Frank Melville's All Star Comedy Co with five great acts will hold your attention in the little vaudeville thea ter. The great balloon ascensions will start 'to-morrow night when Professor Hayden will do hair-raising stunts. Surrounded by fireworks of all kinds ho will disappear in the clouds, but will return to earth again. These ex hibitions will take place every even ing, beginning to-morrow night. On Saturday and Sunday afternoons there will be two exhibitions and the professor will do his parachute leap. A new innovation has 'been started for this week when singing will be heard on the dance pavilions, accom panied by an orchestra. All other at tractions are still there and you miss a good treat when you fail to get up to the little Forest park for a day or a night's outing. I May Be Clew to II. B. Klnsrsley. NEW YORK, June 27.Friends of Henry Baxter Klngsley, who disap peared mysteriously on Nov. 14, 1903, and for whom or information about whom his relatives offered $10,000 re ward, are much excited over the ar rest of Frank L. Stewart In New 'York. The police wanted to hold the man for forty-eight hours on a short affidavit, but the magistrate insisted on details, and then, much to Inspector McClus ky's chagrin, the name of Mr. Klngsley had to be mentioned. Kingsley, ac cording to Mrs. Harry Lupton of 368 Ellison street, Paterson, N. J., hired a room from her just before his disap-: pearance. She identified Stewart as one of three men who had visited the room with Kingsley. . Her attention was attracted to the disappearance of Kingsley, she said, by the published description of the missing man. Queer Complaint. s A New .York woman left her homebe causo "she was tired of a life of luxury." She will have no trouble in finding the other side of life, if that is what eh wants. IndianaDolSa Kws, KEPI PRISONERS IN FILTHY HUT Ratsall, Fieinff Deprl of Much Property, Tooli l-arr Iao His Ow Sandi to Obtain RoHef-Oul-Jan Po am a. Patriot. TANGIER, June 27. Ion Perdicaris, the American. who has just been re leased by .the brigand Raisuli, is bet ter and stronger now and has given a description, of the circumstances of his capture and of his experiences while a prisoner in Raisuli's camp, He says that on the night of May 18 be had Just entered the drawing room after dinner, . and, bearing , a noise among the, servants, he and Cromwell Varley, the British subject," who also was captured by Raisuli,' went out to investigate the cause. They were im mediately surrounded by armed Moors, who bound and maltreated them. Var ley resisted and was struck on the head with the butt of a rifle, and a knife was slashed across his hands, making a serious wound. At first it jaras thought Varley's skull had been fractured. ) : Perdicaris and Varley were then car ried away on horseback. They were bound with ropes, and roundabout roads were taken in order to avoid villages.' The bandits stopped at Tsar- radent, twenty-four hours from Tan- i gier, and Raisuli allowed Perdicaris to write to his wife next morning and also to the shereef of Wazan asking : them to intervene for himself and Var- j ley. : ' , At Tsarradent the captives lived in a filthy vhut. They were not allowed to go a hundred yards away from it and were strongly guarded. When the shereef of Wazan arrived a big tent was placed at the disposal of the pris oners, and in other ways the shereef was the means of considerably alle viating their condition.' The attitude Of the Moors changed from insult to fair treatment. ( ; Spies of the pretender who were in the camp all the time tried to induce Varley to accept a post under the pre tender. ' Raisuli daily held long conversations with the prisoners. He said anarchy was reigning in the country.. The ani mosity of the people, he said, was not directed against the sultan, but against his governors. . Raisuli's father, Perdicaris said, left turn much property and cattle, which aroused the animosity of the Kaids, who induced the bashaw by presents to rob Raisuli of his belongings and finally toi imprisdn him for fou years at Mogador. On his release Raisuli in terviewed Mohammed el Torres, repre Bentative of the sultan at Tangier, con cerning the, restitution of his property, and. this being without avail, Raisuli swore to take the law into his own hands, with the results Already known. Raisuli said that he bore no ill will to Europeans, but stated- that' the ,only way to bring the Moorish government to its senses was by capturing Euro peans until the' foreign powers awaken to a realization of the existing condi tions. , , Mr. . Perdicaris said that Raisuli is posing as a patriot, who wants to see the country chappy and peaceful, and he is offering to accept the ,' responsi-1 bllity for maintaining the country from Tangier to Fez and clear it of robbery and crime, if he is backed up by -the powers, He found int Raisuli a man educated and Intellectual. ' , The only time the prisoners were anxious was during the last two days, when they were at Rarabin, the vil lage of Zelel, the governor'of the Beni M'Sara tribe. When the exchange oc curred over three hours were lost in the exchange of compliments, Raisuli refusing to talk business until the last moment, being apparently very suspi cious of an attempt to capture him. When he received the money and the men turned over to him by the ransom party, he hurried away toward the vil lage. : , . w Perdicaris and Varley immediately mounted horses and proceeded for Tan gier, a journey of sixteen hours. 1 Rear Admiral Chadwlek's squadron left Tangier today for Gibraltar and Genoa, but Rear Admiral Jewell's squadron 'will remain for the present. Will Make No Claim on Moors. WASHINGTON, June 27.-The state department does not contemplate any claims upon the Moorish government on account of the Perdicaris incident. In Its view that government has suf fered severely both from a financial point of view and in national humilia tion through its compliance with the demand of Secretary Hay. American legation officials at Paris are Hopeful j that the Washington government will take steps to recognize the good of fices of France leading up to the re lease of Messrs. Perdicaris and Var ley. France practically furnished the money from which the ransom was paid, as the recent French loan of $12,500,000 gave the sultan the means to meet Raisuli's demaijd for $70.00.0. Will Keep 1X1 Eye on the Gun, NEW YORK, June 27. Senator Thomas C. Piatt, at the Oriental hotel lr st night, said that he had abandoned his idea of going to Europe on July 12 ior a six weeks' trip. In making this statement Senator Piatt said gravely: "Thls is too year for any Republican to abandon the firing line. I Intend to re main here and keep my eye on the gun." ' , ..' Drowned at Bridgeport, Conn. BRIDGEPORT, Conn., June' 27. John Cross of Waltham, Mass., was drowned last night by the capsizing of a sloop three miles off here, containing six other men besides himself. The drowning happened during a heavy thunderstorm. General Exrtnll Dead. PORT HURON. Mich., June 27. General William Hartsuff, during the civil war inspector general of the army of the Ohio, is dead at his home here of diabetes. He was sixty-nine year tf &z.n&.QJa&ttv&.lt2ii3;r York gt&ts. BATTLESHIP SUSS AT PORT ARTHUR Large Warsftip of the Pereavtet Type Goes Down Before the Fire of Togo's Fleet Jap to Enter ICalchow Today. , , , . , V LONDON, June 27. A Tientsin dis patch says that 40,000 Russian troops are at Tatshekiao, fifteen miles north of Kalping, whei'e intrenchments are being erected and where a stand will be made against the Japanese. It is reported that th Japanese ex pect to enter Kaichow unopposed today and expect a battle near Tatshekiao, If victorious ,they will hold Newchwang with a .strong force. ' - Advices from the far east show, that Blx Russian battleships, five cruisers and fourteen destroyers, apparently planning a dash southward, were at tacked as they lay under the shelter f Port Arthur's guns' by a fleet of Japa nese destroyexs. One battleship of Use Peresviet type was sunk, the Sevasto pol was disabled and a cruiser of the Diana type was badly damaged. The Japanese losses were few. s y The Russian admiralty is reported to have admitted the loss of a battleship and two cruisers off Port Artlftir. Ad miral Alexeieff hasf( sent a report of the action, but failed to give the result of the encounter. A second engage ment is believed at Chefu to have tak en place on Saturday. There were rumors In Newchwang that the Russians had lost 16,000 men in a. battle near Sluyen on Thursday. General Sakharoff reported a sharp Skirmish on the Tashichiao road on that day, but there was nothing to show that a general, engagement had taken place. '.'. ' ) General Oku's army continued the march on Kaiplng, : traveling slowly and keeping In order of battle. General Kurokl's position is practically , un changed. ' . " A Liaoyang report says that the sec-' ond Japanese army, under General Oku, is withdrawing all along the line, having appafently abandoned the in tention of effecting a ' junction with General Kurokl's army. A Seoul dispatch says that Russian troops have burned numerous dwelling houses In the towns of Kllju and Ham heung,' and at. the" latter place women were subjected to ill treatment.' , ' One thousand Russian troops are commandeering live stock, ; foods and carts from a wide area in northwestern Korea. These men are on their way to Vladivostok and will cross the Tu-i men river by .means of recently .con structed 'bridges. ' A Tokyo report says that the failure of the Russians to furnish information concerning' Japanese prisoners of war in their possession is arousing a strong feeling of resentment there. Japan's attitude concerning Russian ' prisoners is most correct. Careful reports of the condition of the Russian" prisoners are prepared and forwarded weekly to the Russians through the American 'gov ernment. It is probable that the government of the United States will be asked to make pointed inquiries at St. Peters burg concerning the present condition of, Japanese prisoners and to arrange & system of regular reports. S" : ' It Is. reported at St. Petersburg that a serious land fight has taken , place, near Tatchekiao, in which the Rus sians were defeated. ' : - Skrrdloff Visit Jap Wounded.. VLADIVOSTOK, June 27. The Jap anese wounded in the attack by the Vladivostok squadron on the Japanese transports are doing excellently: Vice Admiral Skrydloff has visited the hos pital and chatted with' them through an interpreter. , The Japanese thanked the admiral for his attention" and for the care they were enjoying. Mystery Surround This Death. ; v NEW YORK, June 27. Mystery suri rounds the death of Mrs. Ralph Pratt Hlnchman, whose body was foundby relatives In her home, 85 Washington avenue, Brooklyn, with a "bullet hole in the right temple. Mrs. Hlnchman disappeared from, her summer home at Sound Beach, Conn., last Thursday. Search by members of her family and private detectives failed to reveal any clew as to her whereabout. Her hus band, who was absent on a business trip, was communicated with and, has tening to Sound Beach, joined in the effort to find his wife. While her hus band was making inquiries in Man hattan relatives visited the family resi dence and there discovered the body. Passed Diamonds In the Kiss. ST. LOUIS, June 27. The police here have discovered that R. W. Royal Don meyer, a young . dentist, whose home is in Johnstown, Pa., kept in his pos session; and secreted $5,000 worth of diamonds while he was being searched by policemen and detectives, kept them in his cell during four weeks of im prisonment and finally passed them to his mother by means of a kiss when she was bidding him gqodby in the jail. The mother restored the dia monds to their owner in the hope of ob taining freedom from prosecution for her son, but in this she failed. Plerolo. Proclaimed a Candidate. LIMA, Peru, June 2f. Amid perfect order 20,000 persons of all classes in Lima and the suburbs paraded through the center of the city proclaiming Gen eral Nicolas de Pierola as a candidate for the presidency. The scene was one without precedent in Peru. Big: Flffnres at World's Fair. ST. LOUIS, June 27. The total at tendance at the world's fair for the week ending June 25 has been officially announced as 540,485, an increase of over 65,000 over the previous week and 402,777 over the total attendance for the first week. , Archbishop Dead at Manila. ' WASHINGTON, June 27. A cable gram has been received at the war de partment from Manila announcing the death there of Archbishop Guidi. LATE WANTS. T) RENT 3 first-c lass rooms at 214 South Elm street. Inquire on the pr;mises. M. Meyers. Tel. 131-3. 6-27t3 LOST A silver watch, on Saturday last, in Hamilton park. Finder please re turn to Democrat office. No 30244, 2964700.' - 6-27-1 WANTED You to know that we carry the most complete and largest line of summer suitings, homespuns and flan nels shown In Waterbury. Suits made to order from $15 up. ' Style and fit guaran teed. Waterbury Tailoring Co.; 46 Center street. , 6-27-3 AGENTS WANTED -By .theC. T. Ad ams Co., ho usefurnishing dealers, man with good experience. Call on Wat-" erbury Superintendent Howard Hunt, Chelsea House, between" 6 and 7 p. m., or at noon time at office of Bergin's stable. ' . : , 6-27-6 FOR- SALE-Bankrupt . stock. $3,000 worth of groceries at 50o on the dol lar. Come early, and avoid rush. " Fix tures "for sale, 171 South Main street. .'"; W , - 6-27-3 F OR RENT-r-Tenement of 4 or 5 rooms. Martin Scully, 150 Sylvan avenue. 6-27-tf CpOR RENT Tenement at 27 Hickory L! street. . 6-27-3 DISTRICT OF WATERUDRY, ss. Probate Court. June 27 1904. -Estate of Kdward Pierce late of Waterbury in said district, deceased. The exec jtor txavicsr exhibited bis adminis tration account with said estate to this court for allowance, it is ORDERED that the 2nd day of July, A. D., 1C04 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at the Probate office in Waterbury, be and tne same is as signed for a hearing on tho allowance of said aflministyatton account with said estate, and this Court directs the executors to cite all persons interested therein to appear ac said time and place, by publishing this order in some newspaper published in New . Haven County and having n circulation in said distriot, and by posting a copy on the public signpost ip the city of Waterbury, where the deceased last dwelt, j Kobert A. Lowe, Judge. ' OpticianSpeciaHst We do our own grinding. 'Eyes tried and glasses fitted while yowait. , 0'LEARY, OPTICIAN. Room 2, Jones, Morgan & Go's. block. SAYIN ROCK-PLEASANT YIEW HOTEL Beautifully situated on Beach street, corner Washington avenue, facing the sea. Unrivalled bathing, boating and fishing. Summer -boarders will find this one of the most desirable places along Long Island Sound. House thor oughly renovated. New m!anagement. J, CAM PANE, Proprietor. 6-24-lm TIMELY TOPICS Currans make a special offer from the tailorlnar department. Custom made suits $39.50. - 1 Hampson-Sellew Go's is headquarters for refrigerators, the style and price you like. '- - ' Reid & Hughes hare tan shoes, with stockings to match. . They have the correct shade of tan. If your shoes .are not just right look over the stock shown by the Sherwood Colby Co. ' V ' :' Jones, Morgan & Co have some choice patterns in boys buits marked at low prices. ' This is the last weekto get a chance on case of Pepper whiskey at Brass City Liquor Co's. Special sale of dress suit cases at Miller & Peck's. A manufacturer's sample lot. .. , Vi ' From now until the Fourth J. J. Sheehan will , sell claret at $5 a dozen or 50c a bottle. v Use either argo or cyko - paper In jmotography; sold by Zlglatzkl-Marks. Turnbull says he will give you more Hunt stamps with your purchases than vou can get anywhere. .-. With an experience - of more than twenty-five years, Hellmann's can put the correct beer on the market. Double amount of green stamps with all children's dresses at A. Mailhiot's. A summer cap will be given free at Phelan's tea store with every, pound of butter-sold this week. You get double stamps at Grieve, Bisset & Holland's with to-morrow's tra dinar. - ' Jewelers sell novelties for wearing at the belt .with watches made by New England Watch Co. See the summer clothing , the Spearo Credit Co is showing for men and wo men. ' HoJezer Is selling ladles' canvas ox fords at C9c; men's oxfords and shoos OSc. i . Highest class meats, and groceries .. , . . n. v II wiin . plenty- or stamps sx uie : ruouc nmrVet. Read Fitzgerald's prices on tan shoes and oxfords for men, women and children. .; , ' The White-Simmons Co has a good tonic for nerves and brain. Phenix, only 17c a bottle. J. B. Mullings & Son have a fine lino of suit cases at $5 and many oth er prices. ' It will be- 1iard to duplicate the prices Frank the shoeman has put on his footwear. . Business is booming at Boston Fur niture Co's. Full value for your mon. ey every time. , Mormon Colony For Mexico. CITY OF MEXICO, June 27. A re port is being circulated here to the ef fect that the Mormon chufX-n -would be quite actively engaged during the next few months in securing land in vari ous portions of Mexico for the purpose of colonization. The assertion is made that it had been decided recently, to purchase a tract of 500,000 acres in Sonora or Chihuahua, to be used as an extension of the colonies of Colonia. Dublan and Diaz. Catboat lTpet Girl Drowned. 'N BRISTOL, R. I., June 27. A squall capsized and sunk two Providence cat boats lying at anchor with sails, down In Hunter's cove, Prudence island, and of tlie eight people who were thrown into the water Miss Ellen May Adams of East Providence was drowned. The others were rescued by men from an yster steamer. No Mistake. Bings What a queer neck Jaggsby has! It looks like a funnel. Bangs It is! Chicago Daily News. E0 SLE. FOR SALEA gray pony, 5 years old, good roader, gentle, not afraid of any thing, guaranteed In every way, good driv er for ladies or children. Price $75. worth $150. Call at 153 Bank street. Waterbury Umbrella and Trunk M'fg. 6-25-3 J7OR SALE Household furniture, almost -1 j new. . Reason-, for selling, family to move out "of town,1 Call J. Glnsburg, 9 Branch street. v 6-25-3 ATTENTION For sale,, groceries, frvrit and confectionery store. Good busi- ness location. tneap rent, uwner must go to Europe for family trouble. Call at 672 North Main street, City. 6-25-3 FOR SALE Ladies' b.cyole, made to cr- der last summer, Coaster brake, Hartford 77 tires, lamp, perfect order, piet ty, light wheel, $18. . Morlarty, 996 South Main street, basement. 6-25-o E OR SALE A good reiiable-make walnut upright piano. Must be sold on account of going into business ; must raise the money at once. Also sideboard and a statue' of President Lincoln and General Grant and General Lee, representing a council of war. Will sacrifice. Call at 7 Vine street. Call after 6 p. m. or on Sun day. , 6-25-3 IjOR SALE Marble counter slab, store awnir.ps. nearlv new. Sell cheaD. . ,. Call 186 Mill street. ( 6-24-3 EIOR SALE A 4-famlly house on Charles v street, 191; want to sell cheap. Small amount cash and easy payments. Inquire 199 Charles street. . 6-23-6 FOR SALE Up-to-date drug store, com olete slock: evervthine that roes to make a hrst'class drug store. Quar tered oak fixtures, Puffer soda fountain, also cash register. Established a Uttle over two years. 'x Will sell at a bargain as the owner is going to leave city. Address "Drug Store," Democrat office. 6-S?tf T7I0R SALE It will coat you nothing to 1 look at 6 one-family nouses, 2 with good barn and garden ; lots of fruit. The others a't about cost of building. AJao two small farms three miles oat. J. E. SAND I FORD, 109 Bank street. , DO YOU want a - truss ? If so go to Wat erbury prug Co., corner East Main and Spring streets, and get the advloe of an experienced truss man, who has sold hundreds of trusses to satisfied customers. : 79-tf ' E0B FOR.RENTFive-room flat, all mod : em Improvements, view on Bank and South Main streets, 110-112 South Main street. Inquire Boston Shoe store, 155 157 South Main. 6-25-3 TCTOR RENT Four room tenement with JC gas, improvements, suitable for small family. 71 Dover street. 6-25-3 FOR RENT -Two ; unfurnished rooms with bath, gas and water and other improvements. Inquire Mrs. Hayden, 48 Cottage Place. , , 6-25-3 TO RENT' Tenement of 5 rooms on North Riverside. .,. All Improvements. $16. Mrs., Magner No 696 r 6-25-3 fTK) RENT Three 'rooms first floor, 25 J- Denny street. ' , 6-25 3 T O RENT Four rooms at 87 South Elm street. 6-24-3 1 FOR RENT Tenement, all modern improvements.-. Inquire , John Morlarty, 135 Broadway. 6-24-6 FOR RENT Five rooms, all Improve- mnnts, 99 Locust, street. Inquire on premises. . .':; '.- 6-24-3 CIOR RENT First floor, five rooms, fur-J- nace ' ar. , all 'improvements, $22; third floor $12, at 901 North Main. Inquire Russell Bierce, 45 Elizabeth street. 6-24-3 TO RENT Flat of six rooms, all mod ern Improvements. Apply to Patrick Holdhan, Holohan block, 149 South Main street. . - 6-23-tf TO RENT Shore cottages at Meadows End; all furnished. From $10 to $15 oer week. J. T; Phelan, 42' Bank street. ' ' 3 30-tf FOR SALE.;; Beautifully located farm of seventy five acres, good, building and plenty of frutt. Only 3 miles from Center square. W. P. Jarrett, Beat Estate. Insurance. 109 Bank St SEASON 1904. Gentlemen's Suit? made to measure and made to fit Ladies' Suits and Jackets made to measure and-made to fit. Prices reasonable ; 500 samples to choose from. John Eccles, PRACTICAL TAILOR. 60 BANK ST NOTICE! T just got in a lot of Sample Whips, Rawhide. Whalebone and Fish Hide, and Bags and Tie Lines, which I am going cto sell at half price; also the Best White Western Corn for seed that you can get in the city. Also Hay, Straw, Oats, Corn, Cracked Corn, Wheat, Bran, etc, which I am selling at the lowest market price. It will pay you to leave me an order. HtM York Grain ard Feed Store 320-122 MEADOW STREET. Telephone 143-3. GUT THIS COUPON OUT BRING YOUR PHOTO Our offer having proved a wonderful advertising medium, we will extend it for the bene fit of those who have not ag yet availed themselves of it. EVERY ADULT bringing this coupon . and , a ! distinct PHOTO to the WATERBURY ART STUDIO. 142 South Main street, before -July 15 will receive-a LIFE SIZE PORTRAIT copied from, same FREE OF CHARGE. YOU ARE NOT OBLI.GED TO PURCHASE A FRAME. WANTED Old Soldiers to know that all are pensionable without regard to disability. At $6. age 62; $8, age 65 ; $10 age 68 and and $12 age 70. Have secured ten allowances since June 1, 1904. Apply at once to George Robbins, Pension At terney, 63 Center street. Fire Insurance W ANTED A chambermaid at Commer cial house, Nauratuck. : , 6-24-3 WANTED One small safe and desk. Wrap to H. Fine, 110 North Elm street. . . , 6-24-3 WANTED People to Insure their fur nlture. Look out for fire. James A. Hynes & 'Son, 43 East Main street. Room 9. 6-23-12 WANTED To move your -furniture at reasonable prices. Also several first class turnouts to let, double or single ; rub- ' ber tires of all descriptions. A. M. Larson's livery and truckipg stable, corner ' Water and North Elm streets. Main - office 81 South Main street. Telephone 253-4. - - ; ' 5-i9-tf - , WANTED Housekeepers' to call and see our line of new and second ' feand Furniture. , Stoves. Clothing, Shoes, etc. Special prices on Iron Bedsteads, Springs and Mattresses, Bedsteads, $2.93; Springs, $1.98; Mattresses, $1.93. Abra ham Cohen, 246 Bank St. ' S-23-tf WANTED Men or women, loc repre sentatives for a high class magazine. Large commissions. Cash prizes. Write J. N. Trainer. 80 East Washington square, New York, N. Y. ,-, 2-18-tf ,"VANED-Ladies - weI1 33 g11 v men to know that recent improve ments make our dining room one of the most convenient places to drop in for a! lunch at any hour. Our 20c dinner, 6 for a dollar, is a popular fixture. -Avery's, South Main St, opp Union, ' lI)isceliai!eous. LOST A fire badge, owned In New Ha ven. Marked "Associated - Press. Lost at parade last Sunday.. 6-24-3 LOST Last evening, eyeglasses, either, on Washington street, east side, or along routo of trolley line to Oakvllle, at , lawn fete of St. Mary Magdalene's church. Classes were in shield and were valuable to owner. Finder please return to Demo crat office. : 6-24-3 MONEY loaned at a low rate on real es tate and suburban property. Apply at 122 Meadow street, New Haven, Conn. ''" ' "" " ' . 6-21-Im - f ENSION VOUCHERS, cerreotly ex-' ecuted day or-evening, . by Georga . Robbins, Pension Claim Agent, 63 Center St. Fire Insurance. . ' 12-31-Iy OLD gas and electric futures made to look like new at half regular cost. " Waterbury Electric Plating and Chandelier Co., Moriarty's building, East Main street Work guaranteed called for and delivered. Telephone 243-15. , 11-9-tf IT'S FOLLY to pay rent when you can buy a two family bouse of ejeyen rooms for $3,000 with a payment of. only $300 down. Rents for $25 per month; or, if yon had a building lot that you would like to turn in as part payment on the place. This is a good . chance to sell your lot ad buy a house, " J, TV PHETjAK 42 Bank Street. Tales etewntor. REAL ESTATE CHANCES. 2 2-family houses on Grove street. . 2 2-family houses on State street. IS 1, 2 and 8-family houses on Northt '..'illow street. - 1 10-room; 2 baths, up to date. hftrt, wood finish rift oak, floor, lot 60x125 j' r! jut price, easy terms: . P. R CARROLL, Odd Fellows' block. 'Phone, 51 O'NEILL'S BDLLETI! (New advs Monday and Thursday.) I have "several rents, about 15 that' would probably suit. The rents c-j reasonable. - T have mree-familv house verv nea the office of a covin Mig jq to at can m hmieht at a barcrain. I have a one-family house on Oranga, street that ought to be taken by m shrewd person, fpr ifs a bargain. Office open .Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday nights, i FRANK B O'NEILL; 77 BANK ST, Property No's 25 an 27 Canal Street must be sold at Public Auction to the highest bidder in conse quence of foreclosure pro-, ceedings. Sale at 2. p. m., June 25, 1904., Inquire of D," H. Tierriey, Real Estate Ag't. 167 Bank Street- I HAYE THREE REAL BARGAINS A two family house on Dlvieioa' srreet, will pay 10 per cent on invest nieut. Easy terms. A three family house on Wood street, paying over 11 per cent on investment. Small amount down. A three family house on Round Hill street, paying 12 per cent on Invest ment. Improvements, including fur nace. We'll be here every evening to tell you about these. L. JR . 'v Ca rter. Room C. Telephone 105-4, No' 11 East Main St Central Properly For Sal A business block on Bank street; twj on South Main sti-eet, which must ba sold. Come up and make an offer.4 Houses. for, sale in every part of tha city. For a small; sum own your homa and ypu won't be afraid of the raisa in rents. , G. J. T0RK0MIA11, ICO Bauk street. Open evenings. Room IX'