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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1905.
. iii - The H. J. Lapalme Co. 1 NEW STORE,- 144 GRAND STREET, New goods arriving daily.' We carry a fall line of the very latest patterns in Wall Papers. Let us do your Painting and Decorating. Telephone 5633. ' '10 THE Danbury in Waterbury is at Grand Street. 74 Style, quality and fit guaranteed, as we maKe all V our own Hats. Price Sl.QO and S1.40. None Better " Investigate Before: You Invest By all means investigate -when buying a piano. Persons buying n piano often buy blindly that is, go into the first store they see and buy the first piano they hear. That is not always safe. But when c yon see a store with every piano marked and absolutely "one price," you can safely say, "I want to pay 'so much' for a piano" find the piano with that mark on order it shipped to your home and then have a contented mind. ' Our entire stock, methods and everything, with our store will stand the closest; " r. "INVESTIGATION." it?'.;- ' . . . - OUR GREAT TEN DAY SALE is now on and we are now, more than ever, demonstrating to the people of Waterbury that for bar gains and values combined we have no competitors., Remember, our's SALE OF NEW PIANOS. You should take advantage of this Again we say INVESTIGATE. FULTON P. 0 Waterbury. Opposite Open every evening during sale. When the kidneys are sick there la always a warning to tell you of it, and when the kldnirys call for help there la no time to lose. Kidney diseases are common and fatal cause more deaths er - ery year than any oflber human Ills. But In nine cases out of ten this Is due to neglect Kidney dis eases are easily contracted, but Just a easily cured when treat ed property and In time. Common causes of kidney .troubles are colds, fevers, expo sura, strains on the back, blood poisoning diseases, and Indul gence In stimulants. The kidneys are the Mood fil ters, and when tbey become sick, the blood is soon laden with Im purities, which the kidneys bare failed to remove This canses backache, stiff, lame and sore , mueclea, aln Joints, spells of ; dUslnese, headache, rheumatic ' pains, sleeplessness, nervousness, and languor, weak heart and urinary troubles. There la only one thing to do when any of these symptoms ap pear, and that la to cure the kid neys. Xo need to experiment Doan'a Kidney rills hare cured hundreds of people in your own city. Their testimony proves It : AUCTION SALE, Pursuant to an order of the Probate Court for the District of Waterbury. I shall eell at public auction, unWs previously disposed of at private sale, a farm formerly ownM by Luther riatt, and later owned by Belmont G. Forest located partly In Mlddlebnry and partly In Waterbury, containing about mf hundred and twenty-flv irn. There Is a good bouse and barn on the land. Kale to take place on the premises, Monday. October 2. at 3 p. m. For further particulars Inqtilre of T. F. CARMODY. f 20, 27, B - Waterbury, Conn. OAKV1LLB CO KAKXRS OF WIRE AD METAL C00DS. P. Ou Freight aa4 Cxpreaa Addresa, OskvQle, Coon, Telegnpe Addreaa. Waterhanr, Conn, W Vert O&e Hawara ttreat ' ' Wtfi to t ef tterp try a 23 ad la lis Democrat On bo. am mi ad vertised for a clerk la vr eoiomas sad received &2 wrSltea a&er. heaide ary u tretv more affiled la pereea. U ac-Iy tors ts rTTTfTT? TVf ONLY - Hat Store sale. ' It is strictly legitimate. MUSIC CO., "Everything in Music" Sick Kidneys Call for Help Walarbiiry Testimony Mrs Charles Puller, living at 100 Bishop street, says: Two boxes of Doan'a Kidney Pllle bought at the H. W. Lake Drug Company really did for me what several kidney remedies and different kinds of plasters failed to do. They stopped fall, heavy, aching pain through my loins and kidneys. I could not alt in one -position for any length of time. I thought It would break. If I made any sadden movement or did anything to cauae a strain on my back It commenced to ache. I had a urinary difficulty some time, very annoying. A lady friend one day who was using Doan's Kidney Pills for about the same symptoms, said tbey bad helped her immensely. She gave me a few to try. I noticed such a quick Improvement that I took two boxes. Tfce treatment cured." For sale by all dealers; price 60c Foster-MUtrani Company, Buffalo, N. Y., sola agents for the United States. Remember the name DOAN'S and take no substitute. Karnaugh & Moran wish to announce to the ladies of Water bury and, vicinity their Fall Opening of Mil linery, Saturday, Sept 30, Monday and Tues day Oct. 2nd and 3rd 23 tf Reiley and Vitjiey announce their f ALL MILLINERY OPENING. Wednesday. Thursday and - fril'y. 5epL 27. 28. 29. . AT UO East Main Street 9-253 SALARIES OF JUDGES Judge Reef the Only On who Draws the Increase. Attorney General King will have a conference to-day with Judge Stought on regarding the proceedings which the latter has Instituted to test the constitutionality of the act of the gen eral assembly at Its recent session which gives to each Judge of the su perior and supreme courts $0,000 a year in addition to the regular allow ance of $1,500 a year for expenses. So far only Judge Reed has benefited by the act, as he was appointed subse quent to the passage of the act of 1903 and he has drawn his $500 a month regularly since his appointment last November, , in addition to $375 quarterly for expenses. Formerly Judges were required to file a state ment or bill of their , expenses, but now they simply draw' the amount al lowed, and give a receipt therefor. With $7,500 a year coming in it is con sidered that no Judge of the state need fear the Tvoif or the possible rise In the price of coal this winter. Judge Thayer is entitled to the in crease as he was appointed on his present term subsequent to the pas sage of the law, but he only draws his salary and expenses at long inter vals! and has not yet drawn salary ou his new term of office. The other Judges have not drawn the increased salary under the act of 190D, the con stitutionality of which is to be tested The salary of the chief Justice Is $V 500 a year and $1,500 for expense) $500 more than the regular salary ! a Judge, under bis original appoint ment. ' , '- TQ NEW YORK, 15 CENTS. Ticket Speculators Bitten Badly Had ' to Sell for Little or Nothing. Hartford, Sept 27. The scene at Union station yesterday morning prior to the departure of the excursion to New York, resembled a scene on the stock exchange when the market is golug all to the bad. Ticket speculators had invested heav ily in tickets and had counted on being able to close out at the last minute Kt a nice profit. Contrary to thelf expec tations they found no buyers and what sales they made were at a great sacri fice. Naturally they were greatly ex cited and from one end of the station to the other men rushed waving bunch es of tickets above their beads and be seeching people in a breathless mnnnor to buy their tickets. 4 , Every roan or woman that ap proached the station from any direction at that hour had forcibly to brush pHst the "scalpers," who were being scalped at their own game. The excursion tickets sold for $1.25. That entitled a person to a ride to New York and back, the only specification being that the ticket be used on the special train. This low rate and the fact that tht number of tickets was limited made them sell rapidly until the number wns exhausted, and It is said that tbe spec ulators captured nearly the entire sup ply. A. few sales were made during the past day or two at $2, but people seemed very unwilling to tip off the scalpers. The latter consoled them selves with the thought that the last minute they would como In and th public not being able to procure ticket af their own price would pay what ever was asked. At the very last however, the tickets went at a mere song. The prevailing price seemed to be 25 cents. One man asked a speculator what he would sell for and the man offered his tickets for 25 cents each. The man bought his entire supply at that rate and then turned speculator himself. Jumping on the train and going to New York to get rid of the pasteboard slips. Some even went lower than that. One man purchased ten tickets at 15 cents each. Tbe speculators were all Hartford men. The hack drivers went into It with all the money they could get hold of and there were woe-begone faces among them all day. To New-York and return for 15 cents seems almost like a dream, but those who paid the piper are wishing they could wake up and find It so. - BODY IDENTIFIED. Remains of Harold Llnsley of Bran ford Recgvered. Branford. Sept 27. Captain and Mrt Willis Llnsley of Branford returned .from Yonkers, N. Y Monday after noon, where they had been called on Saturday by a telegram from Sirs Llnsley'a cousin, Ernest Longbotham. announcing news of the recovery of tht body of their son Harold, who was drowned Labor day by falling from the deck of his fathers' schooner, tbe Henry Willis, In East river, while en gaged In throwing a hawser. On their arrival In New York they found that the body bad been burled by tbe city. Their cousin In New Tork had beet watching for tldlnga of Harold, and It was be that found 41ie clue. He vis ited tbe coroner's office a number of ' times, but could get no news of a body answering the description. Finally he asked If any body bad been found on which was a key and was Informed that a man six feet one Inch In height had been found, and among the effects waa a key. A diagram of tbe key was 1 made and it waa tbla that Identifieu I the body aa that of Harold Llnsley. the key belonging to the door or the cabin on the schooner Henry Willis. PAWNBROKERS ORGANIZED. Not Into a Union But a State Associa tion to Better Conditions. New Haven. x8ept 27. The first meeting of the Connecticut Pawn brokers' association, followed by a banquet, was held In the Cafe Heoh lein last night Among tbe busine transacted waa the adoption of a con stitutioo and by -la we and election for tbe ensuing year of tbe following offi cers: President L. 8. Knock of Hart ford: secretary. M. L. P-lmoa of New Haven: treasurer, C A. Pick of Bridgeport. Tbe following were present: L. Jacobs of Waterbury, If. 8c hank op of Derby, James Grace, X. Rosenthal. F. X. Fharp. L. S. Knock of Hartford: . Fry. Rimone A Co. 8. Cepseeo. I. told stein. E. L. Gkwkia. H. Silver. Orloff and Tisbno. I Levin of New Haven, F. W. Brace of New London. FUrt A Caddea of Norwich. C A. reck. W. Glatner of Bridgeport- Title orranfxatkHi i fw a clearer andemtsDding and a betterment of condition gvrtiiB panb"p. It is a stite affair an4 eooetderabte Interest m manifested at the seetioa last t5t. ; ; ' HUNG BY SPIKE. Iron Pierces Workman's Arm and Saves Him From Death. St Louis, 8ept 27. M. Davenport, a wrecker at the world's fair, bad a thrilling escape from death while working- on the roof of the transporta tion building, sixty feet above the ground. He was lowering parts of the cornice when he lost his balance and fell. He instinctively threw out bis' arm and a six inch Iron spike pierced his forearm, passing between the bones and holding him firmly. Fellow workmen saw his perilous position and shouted to him to hold fast, though none knew how he was being supported. ' A block and tackle was rigged and a fellow workman was raised to the cornice. With difficulty the arm was pulled off the spike and Davenport lowered to the ground In safety. ATTACKED ON TRAIN. , Strike Breakers in a Lynn Shoe Fao- tory Assaulted. Lynn. Mass, Sept 27. While six men, who bad taken the place of the strikers of the Walton & Logan's shoe factory here, were returning to their homes In Chelsea Monday night they were attacked by strike sympathizers In the smoking car of a Boston & Slalne train. Clubs were used and a revolver was fired during the disturb ance. A bullet grazed the head ot Eugene Holmes, a passenger, slightly Injuring him. Several of the strike breakers were cut about the bor'. The train was stopped before It lefV the city limits and the police were summoned. No arrests were made, however, as the identity of the assail ants was not learned. . SYSTEM SATISFACTORY. Union Accepts Committee Report on the Matter. New Haven, Sept 27. A special meeting of the local trolleymen's un ion was held last evening in Union hnll to hear the report of the commit tee appointed in connection with the demerit system which is to be put into operation on the Consolidated railway, and also the new system of granting leave of absence to the em ployes. The union voted to accept the feport of the committee on both mat ters. It is believed that the night men will ratify the action of the evening meeting., FINAL MANDATE GIVEN. Quarrel of Bishop and Priest Goes to ' , Rome. Lincoln. Neb, Sept 27. The final mandate of the supreme court has been Issued In tbe long pending Bishop Bonacum-FatUer Murphy case from Reward county, deposing of all the litigation which has been pending without prejudice to any further ac tion that may be taken. The effect of the mandate, it is stated. Is. to hold that the bishop has no standing in the civil courts pending the final adjudi cation In tbe appeal to Rome. I ;ffhJSHXi&f awter suflt.'"" Vice President of Swedish American League Dead. Kewanee, 111, Sept 27. John V. S treed, vice president of tbe Swedish American league, and a prominent at torney, Is dead as the result of a mys terious shooting, and It baa not yet been determined whether it was mur der or suicide. His body was foucd late last sight near bis borne with a bullet hole back of the right ear. He died in a few minutes. f y FIVE GREAT WRITERS. ' Robert E. Peary, O. Henry, Anna Steee Rlcbartlson, Izola Forrester and Margaret Hubbard Ayer are con tributors to next Sunday'a New York Sunday World. Peary sends back from Labrador his diary of his trip toward the North Pole, A novel page with novel pictures Is "Love Making In the New Plays." Next Sunday'a New York World Is a remarkably g-wd newspaper. T Keesi Oat Tellew rVr MMilt, JACKSON, Miss.. Sept 27.-At a con ference of the executive committee of the state board of health and tbe gov ernor an ordinance waa adopted re quiring that all passenger coacbea nsed In the state, local or through, must be closely acreened. TIMELY TOPICS ' If you want to be perfectly fitted In a suit examine the college brand clothes at J. B. Mulling A Son's. J. T. Pbelan has a two family house for sale at S2.500. Rents for $24 a month. Fall opening of latest style fabrics at J. H. Cllne'a tailoring eetabllshment Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Currant are eelling ladies' walking skirts made of gray and black melton cloth at (2.98; mannish coats, long and loose, $S.50. The grocery sale will be continued at the Public market on Thursday. Fish sale beglna at 3 p. m. Rug bargains at W. H. Hoffman'e. Look vp the prices. All wool Ingram carpets fiO centa a yard. Another day of bargains at Grieve, Rloset A Holland's. Tbe alteration sale makes price come pretty low. . Planoa and organs are going at al most yonr own terms drnlng the sale at F. II. Lewie rompany'a. That boy of room will get tbe kind I of sbnee at Dodge's for a low price that givea the wear. Indies' flannel boose dresea at Miller A Peck's for 69 rent. Misses' box ahape covert mats at H.W. Everything that bora wear frmn hata to aboeo, day or ntgbt run be found at Jonea. Morgan & Co'a. Basement eperlata fnr to-night and Thursday at Retd ft Hucbea wbea yon caa get kitchen foda cheap. D. L Dk-klnaoa ft Soa say tt se cret of good flour la the milling. Theirs la all right Jotta J. Sbeeban baa pat pr!o down for this week to make Inventory eay on Monday ant George E Boyd haa a fine residence of tew rooms for sale suitable for pbrlc1an'a resloywe. Have vmi Med "A Good Pmoke"' at Wt It H maanfartnred by F. A. Ptkneta. Tbe fwi!t policy at th Batm For Btrnre One make it ey to farnMi ycer host ia aa vp-teata aimer. INDEPENDENTS ARE HOT. They, Throw Soma Things New Team. at To the Snorting Editor of the Demo crat: There has been considerable discus sion for the past week or more as to whether we have a lawful right to claim the championship of Waterbury and as several of the professional players are in town many people think a team could be picked up including them, that would trim the Indepen deuts, and furthermore, one of our players who was released, has picked a team to go to Stamford Sunday and play the strong team of that town un derbidding us. Now Stamford, want ed our team .providing Roger Connor played with us and we tried to se cure bis services but he had already promised to play with Camp's team in Stamford, so it must be that they have two games there or they are do ing business with two separate teams for we booked to play them for a guarantee of $85 with a privilege of 40 per cent, of the gross receipts. But now we learn this other Waterbury team is going to play there, they un derbldlng us, and claiming to have a faster team. . Their team will have Fitzpatrlck, O'Rourke, Lachance, Joe Connor. Rog er Connor, Camp and Thompson In their line-up and they Intend to play us also. Now we hereby challenge this same said team to play a game or series of games, the first to be played In Nau gatucjc Saturday afternoon, for a side bet and the championship of the city; but they must cut out getting a pro fessional pitcher from outside to do the twirling for them unless he is a resident of this city. We will have our regular team and will meet their manager at the Demo crat office at A o'clock this evening and make arrangements, thereby set tling all disputes as to who are the champions of the city. Thanking you for your valuable space and hoping they will put In an appearance, EDWARD V. CURLEY. Mgr. Waterbury Independents. RAILROAD EMPLOYES' HOURS. Reduction to Be-Asked for All Over the Country. Chicago, Sept 27. The Tribune to day says: Preparations are under way for a concerted movement on tbe part of til big railroad brotherhoods to secure a reduction of the present working hours for railway employes all over the coun try. The movement already has been discussed in the grand councils of the organizations, it is expected that it wiil assume definite form within the next two months. The grievance committees of many western railroads will gather In Chi cago in December to discuss desired changes In working conditions. At tbe same time the schedules governing wages and hours will expire on at least three western roads, the Northwestern, the Burlington, and the St Paul. Ac cording to plans now laid the opportun ity will be seized to broach the pro posed demands of the employes. The present hours of work on the railroads range from ten to fourteen. ,bnt in no case are they fixed. This h due to the nature of the employment' The brotherhoods, It is said, have no Intention of appealing for a limited work day. They have planned rather to secure a general reduction whk-h shall be proportionate In all branches of tbe railroad service. Confeeatoa let Him Free. ALBANY, N. Y., Sept. 27.-Jamea Cooper of New York, who arose In a Salvation Army meeting and confessed to stealing Jewelry and subsequently went to prison for the crime, has re ceived a pardon from Governor Hig gins. Cooper baa aerved six months of a nine months' sentence at Sing Sing. His pardon was recommended by Re corder Goff and District Attorney Je rome. wit rataiir at. MANITOWOX, Wis., 8ept 27.-Mra. Peter Bach waa shot three times by her husband at ber home here and will probably die. Mrs. Bach attempted to prevent the police from arresting ber husband, although she was ao weak owing to loss of blood that aha soon dropped to the floor from exhaustion. The shooting followed a quarrel. Mealma. Mmm'u MUlt. ROCHESTER, N. Y, Sept 27. George E. Spooner, a prominent busi ness man of Medina, haa committed suicide there. Hla body waa found by bis wife hanging from a door. Mr. Spooner had been In poor health and bad worried for fear he might lose his eyealght Tbla undoubtedly waa the cause of th act Preach Bsalarar Dead. PARIS, Sept 27.-M. elemental, min ister of the colonies, haa received the report of the mission to tbe French Kongo sent out last spring under Count d Brasia, who on the rerun Journey died at Dakar, a seaport of French Weet Africa, Kalaer Fcera Tetlew Peril. BERLIN, Sept 27.-U U aaid that M. Witts' meetlaf with th kaiser wa arranged to devise means of stem m log th yellow peril. ' THE SIGHT TIME There la alwaya a dun aeaaoa la the tores of those merchsnta who fan to keep In touch with the people. There to never a dull eaaon In those store that keep la touch with the people aU the time. The right kind ot advertia tng. persisted ia all the time, keep tbe merchant and hie goods In touch with tbe people all the time and cut eat dull eaeone. MEETINGS TO-NICHTt Wioooa lodge. D. of R. Mattatwk council. R. A. Eureka chapter. R. A. M. Toantlrk tribe. I. O. R M. Court Fruitful Vine. A. O. F. Mattatork lodge. X. F- O. P. Excel connctt O. V. A. M. F U IWorest council. KSS. R. A- Wsterbary compear. No yK V K. r. U!rty Wrf. O. f. A. M. PeT of Honor. l-tttV enk Wa&iims pott, G. A. R, R. PENNY-A-WOKD ADVS LATE WANTS. w ANTED A first olass tailor, at 370 South Main street 9-27-6 TjiOR SALE Two new Summer Cottages without furniture. Walnut Beach, low price, easy terms, lots $5 monthly, circu lar free. V. Lamson Jr., Bridgeport, Conn, 9-27-o FOR SALE April hatch thite Wyan dots and Buif Plymouth Rooks, Pul lets and Cockerels, all good and healthy. Three minutes walk from trolley terminal. Blsaemey 8c Benham, Oakvllle, Conn. 9-27-3 FOR SALE Three family house, cen terally looatad. $4,600. rent $540 per year, also two family house, North Willow street. , Inquire w. R. Adams, No. 78 Ab bott avenue. 9-27-6 TO RENT Teaement 4 rooms, all Im provements, 1st floor, no children wanted. 196 South Elm street. . 9-27-3 TO RENT 2nd floor, 5 rooms and sew ing room, 35 Silver street. All mod ern improvements, small family of adults. Inquire of Thomas Featon, 35 Silver St 9-27-3 CARD OF THANKS. We wish to extend our slucere thanks to all those who assisted us In our late bereavement. MRS EDWARD FITZGERALD AND FAMILY. MISS L0RETT0 H. HAYES Will reopen her classes In Dancing and Deportment, Friday October 6th in Friendly League Hall. Children at 4.30. Adults at 8.QO O'clock. " . t ' . - ' ' Application can be made at 21 Holmes Ave. 9.27-tf The Barnum of Fairs! The biggest fair ever held in Connecticut will be given by Waterbury Acric,F.0.E.f No. 379, AT EAGLES' HALL, October 16-23, 1905. New sensations every min ute. Hair-raising act of Mile. Celli and her ' 'six Vicious, "perform ing leopards. . Big Baby Show; Handsome prizes. Coney Island's 1905 Midway Attractions. Watch for later announcements. i ,. 'xy.i - 9-27-3 Have You Tried The New Brand? If not ask for A Good Smoke . . . . . Made good, smokes good. Is good; none better at 10 cent. Manufactured by F. A. Pakosta 14J, South Mal St- Upstairs. ! I -27-8 A FINE . RESIDENCE 10 rooms, all modern lmprovemeuta. In exceptional neighborhood. May be purchased at a reasonable price if bought at once. Suitable for a physi cian vrho wants an office In his resi lience. Apply to Geo. E. Boyd, 110 BANK STREET. FALL OPENING MILLINEY. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Oct 3rd, 4th. 5th. M. ! NEWELL, 67 South Main St Ne Carda. 9-27-10 The Oeaomt tffice as equipped !U aa th faeiUtie for tarnoif cut beet a ad Joh pflaUag at ahort aotk aa4 at lowest prtcaa tot ad vert. WANTED Straw and felt hate to clean by the same hatter that were for five years with the Danbury Hat Co., but now located at 74 Grand street corner of Bank. 9.26-tf WANTED The people to knew if they have not $7 for a ton of coal they can get a big bag Otto Coke from their grocer for a dime. 9-21-6 WANTED Jebblng of all dewsrlptlons. Cash Registers, Typewriters, Phono graphs. Revolvers, Cunt and Umbrellas repaired. Keys fitted. Safes opened, &a Grinding of all kinds. S. Risberg, suc cessor to C, W. Messer, 39 Phoenix ave. - ly WANTED Soldiers and soldiers widows to re.nember that I procure pensions without delay. George Rebblns (G. A. R. ) 27 West Main street, insurance. WANTD Bowl. ' would like to ' lers and others who loin the ranks to coma to the old reliable alleys, 278 South Main St., where B. Payeur the proprietor will welcome you. A prize will be given for the highest score in bowling each week. ' - 8-24-tf WANTED Three flret class an round machinists at once, for permanent positions. Apply stating experience and wages desired.. Box 155 New Haven, Conn. 7-1-tf WANTED Contracta or Jobbing by a competent carpenter, all work prompt ly attended to. Martin Soborg, 50 Cherry avenue. City. 5-8-tf FOR IiEIT. TO RENT Tenement 5 or 6 reema, all Improvements. 143 Bishoo street Inquire on the premises. 9-25-3 FOR RENT--Tenement of 5 rooms. Im provements. $12. T. J. Brennan, 214 South Leonard strreet 9-25-3 TO RENT 6 rooms at 66 Park avenue, . all?- tlmprovemen!a.i Inquire S. A. Welnsteln, 66 South Main Street 9-21-tf TO RENT Store at 41 South Leonard street, lnaulre John Clohessv 103 Clark St 9-S-tf TO RENT A pleasant modern, heated 7 room flat Apply 51 Center street, S. W. Chlpman. 8-30-tf FOR RENT 100 new $1 and $2 a month. storage rooms, Furniture and Piano moving, reneral trucking. A. M. Larson, 228 Water street Branch office 81 South Main street Bus parties a specialty. . FOR SALE On Cook street, near Maple, Watervllle. six room cottage, modern lmprovements,furnace, etc. lot 100 by 140, room for another house If desired. Pear and apple trees, also grapery, poul try houses and runs for ICO fo wis. Three minutes walk from trolley. Apply to Ceo. i Jeoks. Watervllle. 9-26-tf SALE Single comb Whit Leghorns; 30 pullata. ,75o..U $L25 each. 30 cock erels. f COeoh. 20 yearling bena (nearly moulted) $1.50 each. One cock bird $3.00. Thla strain has been bred 17 years for heavy, large sized egg production, and Is &ire white. Now If you want really good atock here la your chance. Also Whit Cochin Bantama, $3.25 per trie; $4.00 pen. A. S. McMahon, Albua Poaltry Yards, Cooke St, Watervllle, Conn. 9-25-3 FOR SALE Established grocery with confectionery store, will sell very cheap; geed location. Enquire at 117 Bishop atreet 9-25-3 FOR SALE or exchange for olty proper ty, house of 6 rooma and seven acres of land, new barn, 20 apple trees and large chicken ysrd. Ten minutes drive from center. $500 down will bind th barraltu Call at No. 30 East Dover St 9-22-2w FOR SALE New brick block, centrally located at a bargain. Inquire of W. R. Adams, No. 78 Abbott ave. 9-22-6 ' FOR SALE Two faralahed cottages af Walnut Beech, and one, two and three family house In City, also building lot at a bargain If sold before June 15th, J. E. Sandlford, Real Estate. No. 109 Baok atreet Tel: 144-4. - THIS property must be sold. Hera la a chance for some en that would tike a quiet little home all to themselves, the property of the late M. J. Brzezlnskl, sit uate! on Orange street the house baa all improvements including furnace heat also barn; this property must be sold regard less ef price; speak quick, inquire of Dan let X f-arrinrton. Heal Estate and ia' su ranee. Ne, 410 East Mala. EQiscellaiieous. LOST Somewhere la center, chatela' a chain, three gold buttons. Reward, return t L. P. Root Court House. 9-26-3 Yr ILL person having brinoT betl dog ' .name R. C Bert he t Hew Haves ea collar, return same to 154 Charles St. Waterbury and avoid tTeabl. Maaua, 154 Cbaries street 9-24-6 , LOST String ef silver beada.' Saturday night between West Porter, railroad croaslng and Washington avenue. Finder return to Democrat office. - 9-25-3 DRESSMAKING Ta!lor-snad suits, wedding and reception gowna mad In latest atyle at short notice. W. Kera- aszewaka. 123 Leonard atreet, formerly dressmaker ia lomi ef the first slaes etere on Broadway. New York. 9-23-6 FOUND The best place ia th city te get a regular dinner or laach wlihsvt going toe deep into your packet Oar 20o dlaner anakes people wonder how w ea do It Call and try It once, Lenche from 5c aa. Avery's, South Mala street opp. Uaioa atreet REPAIRING ef an klnda. eaah registers typewrltere, pheBogreeha, fom, re volver, sewing machine, traax. bars. ate. UmVt.s recovered, grinding f a 1 kind, knives, scissors.' ta ev S. Rie berg. successor SCW. Messer, 33 Pltee nia avcaue. Telephone 157-S , LEARN tekjgraphy and R- R. Account ing. $53 lo S-2C a month ea'arjr aa sarei ear gra4aae aoie Vnd. Cvr ri achoo'a the largest In Atretica ana endors ed by :i rafiroals. U'ri tor ear' r. Mere School ef Tegrssky. Gfcio-t O.. Beffaia, N. Y.. A ; at; a. C Labrejae, Wa. LeiarVs-a. Tejt, a Fr Cl t-l-4 t