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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3L 1895. PRICE TWO CENTS. Women With Small Feet, Here's Your Chance WE HAVE LEFT FKOM OVll Clearance Sale About 200 puirs of WOMEN'S FINE HAND SEWED BOOTS "Nearly All Of Thorn Small Sizes-S- To-day we have out the piiees as follows: Two Lots Former price 5.00, now 3.00 One Lot Former price 5.00 now 3.50 One Lot Former price 4.00, now 2.25 A Rare Bargain For Any Woman That Can Wear Them. omSMppy, 129 BANK STREET. Waterbury. Conn. WANTS. It you want to sell a horse. If you want to sell a bicycle. If you want to sell a carriage or wagon. If you want to sell a business or a stock of goods. If yon want to aell a house, lot or farm. If you want a rent, loan or a trade of any kind. If you want anything, call on LANG A PHELAN, 28 Exchange Place Wedding Flowers. We have always the Quest stock iu the . l l. h-. rr.i it . 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 Oily HDU WO tlVfW w S' We have also the finist stock of ralma for decorating that can be found in the State. 32 Union and 25 East Main St. Telephone 14i. Isn't Over Yet. Bnt we cannot carry onr slock over. Therefore note the targaine: All Straw Hate, some were, 3 00, 2 50, 2 00, at 50c. Others as low as 25o and 10c UN DERWEAR Aa low as 35c a suit. Just a few sizes left in SHOES. WALTER TNI. CONWAY, 132 BANK STREET, Waterbvry. Boston Dentist, 141 Bask Stuket. It you think of Retting a set of Teeth, whether it be a full plate, or a partial pUte, call and examine the improved Robber and Porcelain Seta made by Dlt WALTERS. Silver and Cement Fillings. 50 cenU and up; Fine Gold Fillings, tl 00 and up; Teeth Cleaned and Polished. 75 oeota. Gas or Ether administered when desired. Office hours from 8 a. m. to 9 p. IU. UUUU-J " . 3Dr "Walters. DR E. R. P1TZ0LD, Snrgeon Dcnttat. Fine Gold and Silver Fillings a specialty. Also fine goia ana rate Doreehun. crown ana Bridge work. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Very moderate prices. Consultation in English and Ger man. Open evenings. WHITE BUILDING, opp P. O. 90 Bank Street, Waterbnry, Ct. W. F. York, Agent. Undertaking Parlors, 120 South Main. Lady assistant with embalmcr's diploma. No extra charge for , services. ( Mat Tel office. Jw Jja n RIGHT CALUSj w. F. York. V North Main w. ijeoaaru. wv ;AFu11 Line of Fishing Tackle iVim UUUJ i A n lt i For the fall vacation. Compare quality and piioM. MfielMSSoIlainSt, BEST SETsOFiTEETH Fine Gold Fillings 1 and up. Teeth filled with Silver 60c and 75o Teeth Cleaned '5a Teeth Extracted 25o Gas or Air Administered 25o We never wedga the teeth before QUinp Teeth exiraoted without pain, by the nt of Gas or Kyder'a vitalized Air. GROWN and BRIDGE WORK a specialty. -" Rvder's Dental Parlors. :- X3r. P Hi. RYDER 138 BANK STREET. O.tt Miss Fltzpatriek's Milliner Store. The only Dentist by the name of Ryder la the city. OUR DISPLAY OF Hall Stands Is by fur tho largest we have made In a long time. We aie determined to meet all competition, and though not exactly Given Away We are selling them at prices, considering the very reasonable quality of the goods. J. M. BUllRALL & CO, "The Old Reliable." 60 Bank St. UNDERTAKING I u all is branches. Telephone to D. M. Stewart, 101 Frank lin strert. Messenger boy to 0. E Seymour, 184 Maple street ANYONE Can Dream Success. Its quite another thing to win it. When a business grows, as anyone wide awake can see this is growing, there is surely good reason for it. We know what these rea sons are. So do many careful buyers of our city. We want more people to know for the first week of August, yon can buy at HEATER'S Double Store. 26 and 2i North Main. lbs Oranulnted Sueur, fur l.eo Flour at oM prices. S5c per sack Walter I'mkiT & Co C Pure Tap! '. Pure Cream Tar'r. The hixt Kl Mlt lulttot Jte per can 5c per U r 11. one-qr loo :iec p Choice Tab'e I'.utter. none better. Crisp Citiu'er Snaps, l emon I ooki So'lu. uvster nil k I racket's, t.e l i r lb or ft Itis 'or ;... With 1 U f our O.'U.ihj or Japan Tea. worth 5oe. for 4ihv with trial order weirivea fancy ileeotate.l Tea C in. Boston liaktni; Vow-dor. as good sold. 1.00 He per lb The tie'st Mnelia and Java Coffee. At our M xrket. Th. e c :'s we cut the best of Meats of Porer ITo'.iao Steak 'i"c. I.oin p'flii'l cliui.-e c 1 sc. tho best Tuts of Kib toast uts io to He. Should T Stek s t Inc. Spring Lamb, hind quarters. 1 u Heater's Double Store, 2B and 29 North Main street. REMEMBER Wo don't sell frozen milk ami corn starch lor '20c a quart, but we make the best and purest Ice Cream in the city at 40c a quart. Order from us and you will not be disappointed. Uespt. Joslin fc Allen, '9 Bank Street. The Automaton Piano Among the many wonderful inventious of tho nineteenth century few, if any, are destined to leave such an indelible im pression, or eseroise such an unmistak able intluence on the home and musical culture of the present generation. Ut5f The Self Playing riano.jO I'y menus of a single attachment which can be fitted to any piano, thousands of people unable to play may cultivate and Gratify their taste for music. Call at our warerooms and see and hear this wonder ful piano. Driggs & Smith Co, 179 BANK ST. Auction Sale of Horses. September, 1895. at F. E Benham's, 308 North Main Street. I will s?ll my fifteenth car of horses at auction to the highest bidder, and those who have attended my sales know that I bring the best there is in the market. My buyer, Mr David Nudd, has been one month picking up this load, and he has bought nothing but choice animals that are thoroughly broken and good ages. Among them Mi several nice pairs, and some extra good chunks. Also some heavy horses, weighing from 1,400 to 1,000 pounds. Kemeniber I sell these horses with a full guarantee, and give two days' trial, and every horse not fully as good as represented can be returned and the money will be refunded. Horses can be Been and tried day before the gale. Sale will take place, rain or shine, and commence promptly at 10 o'clock. F. E. Benham. WRITING PAPER, PAD8. TABLETS and in faot everything in the stationery line can be found with J. H. UuMle Undertaking la ell ltd bianobea. IT r athioeh siloes Ho z, sum if $8 Brooklyn briefs. Mrs Dr Dnbuo left yesterday for a two weeks' visit to relatives in Springfield, Ohioopee and Holyoke. The Mahaney hotel is being lowered to a level with the sidewalk, and while the work is in progress the business will be oonduoted in the new building. The funeral of Mrs Kate Brown will take plaoe from the residence of Edward Donobue, 23 Railroad Hill street, to-morrow afternoon, with services at St Patrick's church, John II. Reed, the six months old on of Mr and Mrs Henry Reed, 82 North Riverside street, died at noon to-day. The funeral will take plaoe at 3 o'clock to morrow afternoon, with interment in Cal vary cemetery. John P. McGrath of South Leonard street has been making some improvements about hia place which residents in other localities would do well to emulate. A conorete walk has 'been laid around the premises, giving the plaoe a much im proved appearance. At a meeting of Protector Hose com pany. No 4. last night, a committee con sisting of John E. Garvey, P. F. Bannon, John L. Saxe, D. D. Gregory, George T. Geddes and Edward Foley was appointed to solicit subscriptions tor the Second regiment band concert which will be given in this section of the town on September 1 1 , the eve of firemen's day. There was some difference of opinion as to the most de sirable location to bold the concert. Many think that the junotion of Bank and South Leonard streets, where the other was giyen, is the most central. Others believe that the oonoert should be held on the little square in front of the Bank street school, and arrange matters so that the musicians would be seated on Janitor Bannon's beantiful green sward. It was voted that S. W. Chapman be appointed at a committee (o seleot a site. Waits, For Sale, To Reat. ANTED Position by a younu lady as stonotrraplier and typpwniter. Address Stenographer, this ofllce. IOST. Watch and chain, with half sover J pien attached. Lost iet eon Nauuatuck and Waterburv Large reward olleted. lte- turn to this office. 1. Olt SALE. Iot lt Six room house on Hill street, iv :o. Fruit and shade tives. Price 1 w. M. F.Carmody. 'I'O KENT Tenement of s rooms rnd one of l 4. ou South Main street. Apply to J. P. Lawlor. T Union street. yOR SALE The property on Spring and " Seovill streets with frontage of 116H feet on Seovill and 9S feet on Spring. The owner will sell at sacrifice on account of poor health. For particulars inquire of Owen Woods, e School street yURNISHED BOOMS TO BENT Aocom r modations for transients, at No. 81 Jef ferson street. Mrs. Plaoe. proprietor. LISTEN!-- If you want to buy, sell or ex change second hand furniture or stove?, or want to exchange your old range for a new one. come to us, we will accomtnrv date you. See the Stamford Range before you buy. EXCHANGE FDKNITUKE CO. BLUE FRONT. 25-27 BBOTT AVENUE TURKISH BATHS. Electrical & lassars Treatment Chiropodist. 11 Spring street, corner East Main opp water Dury f urniture uo. Labor - Day Shonld be observed as a Holiday, not only by those who live by the sweat of their brow, but also by those who live on the fat of the land. Labor is the foundation of ail wealth, in other words, wealth is the prod action of labor. Stop labor and the world is paralyzed. It becomes, therefore, the duty of every man to show the im portance of Labor's holiday by appearing on that day in yonr best clothes. If you have not got any it is because you are not up to date. It takes very little money to buy a suit of clothes from us, for on our plnn cou oau dress in the finest clothing, ranging in prioe from $0 to $20, on easy payments. No security required, no ex tra charge put on. Hundreds of people are buying that way of us Why not you? T ME Credit : Clothing Co, -62 BANK STREET. Over Ells' Book Store- Open evenings till and Saturday till 10. 8:30. Wednesday One Large Contracts For high grade groceries and our p cash payments euableus to secure all nt tlm verv lowest cash rrlces. 5S goods We in (urn give to our customers the bene- II r n nil HAVA. Grnmilated Sugar. 21 lbs for $1 00 Oreame'y Butter In 1 pouni pr nts. 24C Uuaker rolled white oats. 7 lbs for 2c c rs of Milk Crackers for 250 "Gold Medal" Condensed Milk soans for 25c Puryea's Corn Starch. 1 lb package So "Satin Finish" Flour, warranted to suit. 1.36 P er barrel, and an empty barrel returned Boston Baked Beans. Eureka brund. 3 lb can nc Pure Cider Vineuar. per gal Wc Native sugar cured hams, per lh 10 l-2c Native s.igar cured shoulders, per lb so Private plantation coffee, specially blended for us. better than java. per Itt s&c tho 40c kind. Teas any kind you want, rer lh 37c msewnere goo Eina. j3ii.i.oisr's GASH Grocery Store, 47 Eist Main St. Waterbury .Conn . Naugatuck. Ansonia. Tklipbokb 86-2 WE CLOSE ON LABOR DAT. The Place to Buy Good Reliable SHOES At The Workingman's Price IS AT THE Conn Boot Shoe Co, i TO EAST M AIN STREET. We cleee Monday, Thursday and Friday tfiSD p m. datiBgJiu month f.Agru NATJGATTJCK COLUMN. Patrick Comran Takes Needle From Ilia Wrist and Donat Know How It Ca.m Titers. Rather a singular thing happened to Patriok Conran yesterday. After working considerably he took a walk, feeling a prioking sensation on one of his wrists He examined the member and thought he felt something in it. In working the wrist a point oame through the flesh, whiob he finally got hold of, and drew out a nne needle fully one and one-eigbtn inches long, with the eye broken oft. Mr Conran has no recollection of ever having a needle stuok in his flesh at any time of life, and thinks he must have swallowed it in food at some time gone by. Miss Bassett of Sonth Norwelk will teach the Hound Hill sohool next term. The Avon club of Ansoria and (he Y. M. O. I club of this place played ball at the trotting park yesterday. The Y. M. O. I 's won by a score of 12 to -1. The battery for Y M. C. I , were Baxter and Nichols; for Ansonias, Council and Mur ray. Professor McCann, who has had charge of the music at High Eock grove, closes bis season this week. Mr and Mrs John M. Piige and Mr and Mrs Harry Hotohkiss. after a very enjoy able trip, airived home from Boston last ever iog. Jean Jacques is offering big attractions for next week. By order of th health offioer Conrad Gaab, who was to be buried to-day, was buried yesterday. He died from typhoid fever. Miss Mary Soule and mother have returned from their summer outing. Miss Sjnle will open her kindergarten school tha sec ond week in September. Dr Tuttle and wife will leave to-dny for a week's absence at Blocs island and other resorts. A brother of the doctor, and his daughter, were visiting here yesterday. George Smith, an employe of G. M. U. Shoe company, was injured yesterday morning by slipping as one of the oars in the factory was coming slowly toward him. It struck him in the abdomen. Uo trittl to work for an hour or so after the acci dent, but had to go home. Dr Tuttle w.ih called, but could fiud no mark of any in jury. Still the patieDt was evidently suf fering from an internal injury, with symp toms that the doctor did not like To-day hn was improving rapidly and will be all right in a few days. The order of march for the fire depart ment parade on Monday is us follows: l'iro police, American brass band. Chief J B. Fuller, FrstAssistant E. D. Squires, N iu gatnek Hose and Hook A Ladder company in four divisions under command of A. W. Smith, foremau. The first division will consist of men belonging to Jumper No 1, J. J. Hall, assistant foreman; secoutl division, Juniper NO 4, under G. G. Batz, second assistant forem.n; third division. Jumper No 3, Union City, un.ler Third As sistant Harry Noble, followed by hose cart drawn by horses; fourth division. Hook ,t Ladder Truck under command of J. 11. Nichols, first assistant and Wilson V. Clark, second assistant, followed by truck drawn by horses; fifth division, borough officers in carriages The hue will be. formed at 1 :30 There were over thirty passengers at tho station to take the 7:18 train this morning Joseph Hall and son'wero auog the uum bsr, on their way to visit friends in New Jersey. Diphtbeiia has again appeared iu Scott street, directly opposite where the llen nessy case was a few months since. It is la a mild form, but is none the less dang, ir ons on that account, as was pioven by other cases here during the year. It is to be hoped that it will be coufined to its present location. In the boron h court to-day the cruelty tl animal case against Daniel Koach was brought up, no state officers of Humane society being present, lioach was fonud guilty, but having disposed of the horse, judgment was suspended. Attorney Kennedy is receiving con gratulations on the arrival of a boy baby in the family. UMx mother and ciiilil are doing well. Robert B. Morse is doing considerable filling in and grading about the place purchased last season troui 1-'. V. Tolles. We find that a large number opposed the almshouse appropriation because they believed that it was designed to giv a fat position to a keeper and m itron A go id many feel like Mr 1'ratt that if intem perance bronchi thui to the poorhonse they should be lift to die. Edward Leary, foreman of tha Glove Company's callender rooms, his gone to Boston to-day to accompany home his wife and children. George Myers, the com pany's master mechanic, expected to take a trip to Glen Islaud along with his family but was detained by a break of calender roll. Mr Langford informs us that the borough is paying over $150 per month for rents for destitute parties. The Naugatuck lady who advertised the loss of a gold watch and chain in the Dem ocrat is requested to c.illat th e office. Hi Henry's Minstrels at the Gem opera house to-night. Do not miss it. A sixteen page Evfniso Demo, iut on Monday evening. Labor day, for two cents. Tell your friends to try it. Arrangements are all completed for the firemen's parade and inspection on Mon day. There are a very large number of tickets sold for there fair. The hall will be crowded nightly. Among the new things in town are a company of Inlanders who have just re ceived new uniforms and necessary equip ments, and are out drilling on the street very frequently 6venings. They all carry swords and drill with same. About thirty are fully uniformed There was 303 votes polled on the alms house question yesterday. On counting it was found that there was 257 majority against the appropriation of the money asked. Carlisle Tnttle and George Wigmore are to play a tennis match here on Labor day for the championship of singles. The ladies will serve refreshments. H. A Soper, freight agent, leaves to-day for a few days in Long Island. John Stapleton, John Abbott, Arthnr Dowd, Thomas Clancy and John Sokoloski leave on Monday to attend school at Ottawa, Canada. Savin Rock Bricklayers & Masons' International Unior, No 16 Excursion to Savin Rock, Labor day, Monday, September 2. Special train will leave Waterbury at 7:15. Tiokets from waterbnry, aauus i io, Children, CSo. From Naugatuck $1. Tiokets can be procured from members or at (Jailender s ana LUe'8 arug stores, Waterbury. or at HeDry McCarthy's, Naugatuck. NEW DEPARTURE. Beginning September 1 the undersigned will keep their new drug store open day and night, licensed clerks in ; charge. At? OTUI&AIUES II ALL CO. FILIBUSTERSCAUGHT. Secretary Carlisle Causes the Arrest of 20 Cuban Patriots. APPREHENDED IU NEW XEKSE1 Detectives Watched lliom Leave Wilming ton, Del., and Found Them on a Tug;, Whose Cargo Consisted In I'art of Armi and Ammunition. WiLMixciTox, Del., Aug. 81. Twenty men were brought hero from Penns Grove, N. J., and lodged in jail, charged with violating tho noiitrality laws in hav ing organized a hostilo expedition to Cu ba. They are still hero in custody of the United States authorities and will bo ar raigned ou Monday. The names of tha accused are: Pedro Bolnucour, Edward Sauri, Guurdc Lnudo, Manuel Loynlo, Antonio Ruiz, Edward Meco, Fredrieo Montulvo, Josa R. Gomez, Frank Coullo, Justo Caveno, Pablo Estrbcn, Gerndo M. Donicno, Frank Xavodo, Martmo Mutton, Vincontc Caul lo, Pablo Menocal, Ytunaol Cejcs, Konione Penisa, Brauliu Ponound Casono Tornnto. Thoy aro all from Philadelphia nnd New York and were nrrostcd under orders is sued by tho treasury department. It has been suspected for several months that a Cuban filibustering party was at work in this city. It is learned that they liavo headiiuarters nt 71T Market street here, nnd t hat at least 0110, if not more, expeditions to Cuba hnvo bocn dispatched from this city. On Monday tho V nit oil States authori ties hero wore notified by Detective Gay lord of the Pinkortuu ngonoy in Philadel phia that another expedition was about to take its departure. Detective Gayhird and several of his associates ejnne tho next day. 1'nitod States Di'-ity Marshal How sen E. Ijannen ami s.-sei ' assistants, to gether with tho police authorities, have been keeping a close watch over since. The Authorities Were Posted. Thoy noticed a number of suspicious characters loitering about the cigar store in the neighborhood of tho heaihiuarters of the Junta and discovered that 0110 of these had gono to tho oftico of tho Charles Warner company and chartered tho tug Taurus to carry freight to Pcnns Grove. Thoy shadowed the tug until she left her whnrf in this city at midnight Thursday night. It was known beforehand by tho au thorities that tho allogfd filibustering par ty was to wait at Penns Grove fora steam er to come from Philadelphia to take them to Cuba. The name of this steamer is not known, but. it was learned that sho was not expected to arrive at Penns Grove un til midnight last nightl. The pursuing party; therefore, permit ted tho men that were watching to load their freight and embark their passengers without molestation nnd saw them sail iu the direction of Penns Grove, whither sonic of the detectives had boon sent to await developments. t At 5 o'clock Friday afternoon Marshal Lanucn, with several assistants. Detective G.iylord and two of his associates nnd a squad of police under Captain lvalue, boarded the tug Media and sailed to Penns Grove. T unc tliev found tho par ty who hail ehartereil tho Taurus loung ing about tin railroad station ami put them urnler arrest. when tiny overhauled tho freight 111 the hull of the Taurus they found that it consisted of ".T eases of llgs, a largo quan tity of aniinunit ion, provisions, clothing, etc. All of this was soized, and tho party returned to Wiluiinat n. None of tho prisoners h.is been po .itted to make any statement, and it is m i thought that they will bo until theyar - arraigned In tho court. An expedition very similar to tho 0110 which came to grief Friday put to sea in the tug Bertlm about throe weeks ago, nnd it is understood that its members wore safely landed in Cuba. The l-'irst Arrest of the Kind. This is the lirst arrest of the kind made in the I'nited States since the Cuban in surieetion began, alul it is made upon tho order, It is said, of Secretary Carlisle. Tho men arrested are all natives of Cu ha. They aro from various parts of tho country, but tne majority are from Now York, and two of them claim to bo Amor, ican eiiiens. When tho Meteor reached tho mouth of Christiana creek, the Taurus was seen at the pier at Penns Grove. About tho samo time the suspected filibusters sighted tho ollicors' boat, nnd with a glass thoy could bo soon leaving the Taurus and hurrying to tin Penns Grove picnic grounds, each one carrying a bundle or a valise. Tho ollicors landed, and then the Cnbnus broke andjran. Seven were caught in tho grove and arrested. Thirteen ran toward tho station. They were overtaken, and the officers, with drawn revolvers, mndo prisoners of them all. Captain Kane mado them throw up their hands. The Cubans obeyed and were searched. In their pock ets were found various weapons, mostly revolvers ol the finest make. After the capture the men were marched to the Meteor, put aboard and brought to tbisei'y. The Taurus, with the SO cases of arms, etc , was also brought hero. Cu bans and arms were taken to the t'uitod States courthouse. All the arrested men are intelligent, and on every side sympathy is expressed over their arrest. The people here say it is a sbaino that men are prevented from lighting for the liberty of their friends nnd relatives. Old Liberty Hell Goea to Atlanta. PlMT. OIV1. PIT! 4 Allor Si Tin ifr ' C ' J ccivul judicial oonuont to send tho old Xjinerty noil to tno Atlanta exposition President Judure Thavor of tho common picas delivered a decision dismissing tho bill m equity recently filed by a number oi prominent citizens againsc oiayor War wick. In this an injunction was asked to nntv-Dtil tbt, i,roiw,l ttin tvn in Dmnnila i - - - - - - - - - i i ---i- - - - - - - among others, thnt it would be putting the , i ... l . i. : . . . , !,i uoii io umci umu ii proper ami ieTllil mate uses. Mr. lllssell at Marlon. M.uuox, Mass., Aug. 31. Kx-Postmas- ter General Bissel has joined his family, who aro spending tho season horo. Mr. Bissel says there is no truth whatever in the report that he hits been offered the place ou the United States supremo court bench. Mr. Itluel Call on the President, BrzzAiins BAY, Mass., Aug. 81. Ex- Postmaster General Bissel called upon tha president. Mr. Cleveland received the visitor In person nnd entertained him un til 1'ito in tho afternoon. Iiaseba.ll In England. Loxdov, .Aug. 81. Tho Boston Ama teur Baseball club beat tho Middlesbor- ough Baseball club by a score of 4 to 3. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. Alton F. Clark, a stock brokor, shot htmsolf dead in his ofllce at Montreal. Tho. Women's Sanitary association of Peoria, Ills., has decided to thoroughly oleanso tne city. Lightning struck a house near Croix, Mexico, killing live persons and seriously injuring lour others. The French fishing vessel Vacintho foundered on. tho Grand banks, but her crow of 19 persons was rescued. Monday, Sept. 0, has been definitely settled upon as the date for the opening of tho Canadian canal at Sault sto, Mario. Tho town of Sumner, Wash., was re ported almost completely destroyed by fire. Miss Helen Gould is touring through Colorado in company with the Misses Warner, daughters of Vice President War ner of the Missouri Paciflo road. A negro was hanged by Indignant citl seni for being the father of the baby of the l-rt-o)d daughter of John Mull!, AFTER HOLT'S ESTATE. reparing For a Great Legal Battle In Washington. THERE ARE TWO WILLS IN THE CASE The Contestants Allege That Judge Holt Hated the Throckmorton After lit Made His Will In Their Favor, and the Latter Insist That He Hid Not, of Conrs. Washingtos, Aug. 81. Tho services of Bovoral detectives have been called into requisition in the effort to ferret out the mystory attending the sudden production of tho will supposed to have been written in lb 1 8 by tho lato Judge Advocate Gener al Holt, which bequeathed an estate of $800,000 lu two oqual parts to Miss Jose phine Holt Throckmorton of New York and Miss Lizzie Hynoa of Kcntuoky. An important legal point, which would seem to make it almost impossible for tho will of 1873 to secure probate, is that tho district law specifically requires that tho signatures of witnesses to a will, as well as tho signature of tho testator himself, shall bo witnessed in tho prosqneo of all parties signing, and that a clause attost- ng to that fact shall bo inserted in tho body of tho document itself. In tho ab scuce of that attesting clause the executor of tho will is required to go into court and prove that the witnesses did sign the will in ho presenoe of tho testator and of each other. Mast Verify the Signatures. In tho present cose tho Holt will con tains tho words "Signed nnd sealed by mo n the presenoe of these witnesses." Judgo Holt's signature follows, with tho signa- ures of the witnesses immediately below. Thero is, however, nothing on tho docu ment to show tho attestation of tho wit nesses to the fact thnt it is in reality tho judge's will. fcxocutor Devlin will, therefore, in or er to comply with tho requiromonts of the law, bo compelled to produce witness es to show that President Grapt and Gen eral nnd Mrs. Sherman actually witnessed to tho signature of this will of Judge Holt. This would seem to be an almost impos sible thing to ncooniplish, and, us it will be held more especially incumbont upon him to do this in view of tho fact that all of tho witnesses aro dead, thero would seem to bo nn almost insuperablo obstaclo in tho law itself to the probation of this document. The various persons interested in tho case are gathering in Washington in an ticipation of tho legal bnttlo which is to determine to whom tho valuable estato is to bo given. No action has been taken by any of tho parties interested to bring the attention of tho courts to the matter. Tho heirs nt law and their attorneys are awaiting tho notification of the other side that they propose to petition for tho probate of the nystoriously recovered document. Hated the Tltrockmortons. When the case comes to trial, in tho event that the subsequent will of 1SSG has not been discovered by that time, the pro bate of the 1S7:1 will will bo fought on tho ground that it does not represent the do- siro and views of tho late Judge Advocate neral Holt nt the time of his death and lias been revoked. In support of this propo- sitlon they will bring forward the wit nesses who have been discovered by tho press who knew of tho hatred which Judge Holt entertained toward tho Throckmorton during the lust years of his life. It is the object of tho probate law in contests bet ween heir and legatees to en deavor to decide tho case as nearly as pos sible in accordance with the last known wishosjmd preferences of tho testator so far as thoy can be ascertained. That will bo done in nil probability iu this ease. Mrs. Throckmorton, tho grandmother of Miss Josephine, one of tho beneficiaries of tho 1S73 will, still insists that thero was never any rupture iu tho pleasant re lations existing for so many years between herself and bor family and Judgo Holt prior to his death. She maintains that thoy remained friendly to the last. All of the servants declare that the contrary was tho case, and that all pleasant relations of any kind between the judgo nnd tho Throckmorton family were abruptly ter minated in 1881 and were never renewed. Farmer Swindled Out of S3..10O. Fravklix Falls, X. H., Aug. 31. A pair of three card monte sharpers bunkoed John F. Loighton, a prominent farmer of this place, out of $3,500. Tho money was put in a box, locked up, nnd tho farmer held the box. When Loighton opened the box after the men were gone, thero was uo money in it. Mrs. McKce leaves Dodd Camp. Oto FontiK, X. Y., Aug. 81. General Harrison's daughter, Mrs. John It. Mc Kce, who has been visiting at tho Dodd Camp for throe weeks, left for her homo in Indianapolis. Benny McKeo will stay hero until his grandfather leaves, which will probably Vie on Saturday, Sept. 14. Fiellting In the Congo. Brl'sskls, Aug. 81. Tho Independence Beige has information that there has been fierce fighting between the forces of tho Congo State and tho mnhdists in tho dis trict of Adda. Lieutenant Cassart. and 19 men wera killed. AN UNMANNERLY CROWD. Hooted Colonel Hradley Oil' the Stage Dur ing; a Joint Debate. Emixexck, Ky., Aug. 81. The sixth joint debate in tho series of 12, which was to have taken placo between Colonel W. O. Bradley and General P. W. Hardin at Eminence, was called off ou account of tho noisy demonstration of tho crowd Colonel Bradley was to have opened nnd closed tho debate. When ho attempted to open tho delwte, the noiso and disturb anco of tho crowd was so great that ho was compelled to sit down. W. P. Thorn, Democratic chairman arose nnd appealed for order, but tho crowd paid no attention to him. Colonel Bradley attempted again and again to speak, six times In all, but failed to got a m ait WILLIAM O. RKADLEY. hearing. Seeing any attempt to speak was In rain, he gave it up, saying' that tho noiso vfis nicfft) than he could sfa! and refusing most positively to prof oed further. Then the Democratic disturbers began calling for Hardin, and when he came for ward ho was glowing with rage. He mo tioned his hands for quiet, and when thero was a lull he said In a voice filled with passion: "I onnnot under any circumstances ad dress this audience after tho insulta you have put upon my distinguished opponent. It Is a matter of profound regret to me that Kontucky Democrats have disgraced themselves ae we have just witnewto, positively dwUna tf tpssH," ... . Ml . Am Every Shot Tells. We have fired both barrels this time. Our sale of Trousers at $3.75 ai.d $2.75 has been very sat- sfactory to us, as well as pleasing to those in need of an extra pair 16 brighten up the old suit. The $3 75 kind are mostly designed for dress, though there are some quiet pat terns among them Many of them have sold at $7 and $8. The S2.75 kind are for business and a guaran tee goes with every pair. A few of the 9.75 Suits remain and they are mostly in dark colors, suitable for fall wear. J. B. MULLINGS, 97,99,101 Bank St. WE ARE ABOUT To Enter Our New Spacious STORE 142 to 148 South Main St. Therefore Ave have but a few dajs left to reduce our large stork of shoes. To accomplish this iu such limited time we have been forced to otter shoes at such low prices that every Man, "Woman or Child needing footwear of any description should take advantage of this opportunity of procuring them at prices that can never be du plicated. CONLON BROS 130 So Main St, W Opposite Soovill. A few doors above where onr new store is belag erected. M Uud of vjood i ea is an Inspiration." Tha market offers nothing finer in this in than the oelebrated Upton's Ceylon Teas. Wa hare them In fire grades and consider them not only the beat, bat the most eoonomioal teas in the market. We orize ourselves on our coffees, and beg to remind yon that we are still bot tling the justly famous SAN GABRIEL California wines aad are selling that brand ot Sherry, Peri, Cat-1, Sweet Muscatel and Angexiu, Lt 350 per bottle. The Waterbnry Grocery Co, 3-5 Bank atrot. M. BERGIN & S0NS, Undertakers And Funeral Directors. The best equipped house in New Eng land, with everything of the most modern type for the business. Hacks and Hearses of the best and everything oontained in the one building. Gor So Main X Seovill Sts. Telephone. A night clerk. Am bulance on call. Grand : Opening PETER A.LAMB, (57 S. MAIN ST., Begs to inform his friends and the public that to-day at 5 o'clock he will open in ibe latest im pioved stjle, the wine rooms so long run by John Bergin, in antique style, with a full line of poods at prices to suit all classes ttp-K; m'ly trade a specially. Searchers FOR NEW THINGS IN NECKTIES BOYS, YOUNG MEN, OLD MEN EVERYBODY INVITED TO EXAMINE "The Waterhouse" NECKWEAR, sold only by Gl LLMOR The Hatter Nevtf Fall Mats. 25 Exchange. Place, CURRAN'S Telephone Call Special Bargains After Six O'clock To-night. INITIAL BELTS. Ladies' black silk bolts, pretty silk buckles, with all initials engraved on them, to-night 10c RED SILK BELTS. Red silk belts, pietty silver buckles, regular price 50c, to-night 2c Silk Chatelaine. Silk Chatlaius for watches, with ster ling silver brooches, regular price 50c, to-night 25c New Veilings. White veilings, with black dot, regular price 2Sc, to-nigut loc Embroidered Handkerchiefs. Swiss handkerchiefs, loop edges, new designs, regular price 2lc, to ni;ht 12 Jc Ladies' Drawers. French cambric drawers, well made, regular price 4.c, to-night 20c White Skirts. Made of best Tiality muslin, deep indies of embroidery, regular price 85 , to-night 65c Boys' Blouses. Made of floe quality lawn, trimmed with ruttles or swiss emoroiciery, regular price 1 .45, to-night 75c Infants' Hose. Infants' fast black hose, seamless, ribbed or plain, regular price 15c, to-night 10c Boys' Hose Hoys' bicycle hose, wide rib, very dur- 1 I I I . I 1. lOl. U 117 , 1 1 III J.I yimilti WlllgUli Ladies' Lisle Thread Vests. Pura lisle vests with silk trimming on neck, regular price 39e, to-night - 10c GUR NOTICE TO; HousekleepeVs We have just received a fine line for the fall trade and it will Pay You to look over stock before buying Elsewhere. ANICE LINE OF Chamber Sets From $i5.00 to $i00. Parlor Suits From $20.00 to $150 Everything at the lowest prices In the market. WE STILL HAVE THE Winthrop Ranges Call and See Us For CASH or CREDIT. L. E. Lewis, Furniture Store, 118-120 So. Main St. 154-2 Elevator. Soaps. Lamb's wool soap, good quality; S cakes in box, per box, 10o Almond tuetl soap, fine grade, regular priee 15e, to-nigbt Sc Pillow Shams. Irish point pillow shams, regular price 2.25, to-night 1.33 Children's White Dresses. Children's short white dresses, rutlles over the shoulders, to-night 25c Ladies' Hose. Fast black hose, drop stitch, silk finish, to-night lo Fast black hose, seamless, regular pricejr 15c, to-night 11 Pocket Books. Black leather pocket book and card case combined, new designs, regular price 39c, to-night 25c Men's Furnishings. Men's fine percale laundered negligee shirts, regular price 75c, to-night 49c Men's fine Imported half hose in black and tan shades, regular price 20c, to-night 12 c Men's flue silk finished suspenders, regular price 50c, to-night 23c Men's domet flannel shirts, regular price 4'Jc, to night 25c SHOE DEPARTMENT. 2nd Floor. Take Elevator. Ladies' fine French kid button and lace shoes, Paris, opera and Berlin toe, regular p r 3.50, after 6 p. m. 2.75 Ladies A No 1 French kid button and lace shoes, Paris and Berlin toes, regular price 4.00, after 6 p.m. 3.90 Ladies' fine dongola kid button -and' lace shoes, needle toe, pat tip, white silk stitched, regular price 2.25, after 6 p. m. 1.75 Men's fine dongola lace shoes, yale toe, regular pries 1.75, after six p. . 1,10 RANTS f . i