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Whole No. 1 104 Norwalk, Conn., Monday Evening, May 6, 1895. V " '•7 "* \ > Price One Cent. ® ¥c:: I-i? .• V--s» .*£; : ~ .. c:y. BRIDGEPORT. THE D. COMPANY. SAFE STORAGE : FOR FURS AND FUR GARMENTS. We have arranged for the safe storing of furs, and to insure them against loss by fire or injury by moths. Terms made known upon application. How shopping has been improved—made easier. Never was there a store more conveniently located to accommodate everybody. Never were goods so pretty, in such quantities, so cheap. It's one of the principal points of interest in the city, this store is, whether one is shopping or only sightseeing; one of those homelike stores where you can drop in and not feel as though the contents of your purse was mortgaged to the cashier. The ' Standard Delineator' for May is unusually interesting— Fashions and Fabrics, Dress Trimmings and Acces- . sories, Spring Millinery, Lingerie, Decorating, Books * of the Day, Floriculture and Readable Reading;. . Thin Washable Fabrics— • Dimity, in broken stripes, •-- polka dots and figures—reds, - • pinks, lavender, blues and " blacks, for 10 cents a yd. Scotch Lawns, full 40 inches - 'wide, 12h cents a yd. About ~ 200 different patterns of FINE dimity and lawns, at 15 and 17 cents a yd. Organdies— sheer, beautiful colorings, for 17, 25, 35 and 40 cents a ya;rd; always popular— ; makes such a dainty dress. Moreen Skirting, the best stuff for skirts and skirt lin- - irigs—so the dressmakers say —a peculiar wiry fabric, all wool, half wool, and cotton, from 19 cents a yard up. Morie Antique—blacks .only, just like a silk; a new lining for capes and jackets, 19, 25 and 33 cents a yard., The basement is enjoyable throughout-—acres of goods that are as useful as they are ; ornamental. FIFTEEN WERE KILLED. The Iowa Cyclone's Path as Clearly Cut as a Wagon Road. Sioux CITT, la., May 6.—Fifteen killed and two score more or less injured is the revised list of the victims of the cyclone which swept northwest Iowa. Ten of the dead and most of the injured lived in the vicinity of Sioux Conter, whioh seems to have been the culminating point of the tornado. The path of the cyclone is as clearly cut as a wagon road, and everything was demolished—barns, houses, trees, etc., strewing the country for miles. Citizens of Sioux Center are caring for the injured and destitute. About 30 farmhouses were wrecked. Much live stock was killed, and the prairie is strewn with the carcasses of horses and cattle. At Sibley Mrs. Charles Rossburtr was blown into a tree, but not seriously hurt. John Cough-lin, wife and ten children were all saved by taking refuge in a cyclone cavo. Electric Sitters, This einedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise.— A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do what it is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the I^iver and Kidneys, will remove pimples boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by impure blood.—Wiil drive malaria from the system and will prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers.—For cure of headache constipation, indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded.—Price 50c and $1 per bottle at H. R. Haie's drugstore. Many Heads Were Broken. ST. LOUIS, May 6.—A mob of striking brickmakers, armed with clubs and revolvers, marched to the American Press Brick company's works and attempted to drive away the nonunion workmen. A detachment of mounted police dispersed the mob aftor several heads had been broken. Some Foolish Mothers Let their babies cry with colic, giving mother no rest night or day. How foolish when Dr. Hand's Colic cure gives immediate relief to baby. It removes wind from the stomach, quiets the nerves and gives restfvl sleep. Mother send to-day to 3rour drug store for a 25c bottle. Think of the weary hours it saves you. If baby's gums are sore, teething, use Dr. Hand's eething. At all druggists 25c. Another Big New York Hotel. NEW YOIIK, May 6.—There is to be a new hotel at Thirty-sixth street and Broadway, which is to be called tho Herald Square hotel. It is to be 14 stories high and will be exclusively for the use of commercial men. Rheumatism Cured In a Day. "Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 day 8. Its action upon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits, 75 cents. Sold by W. A. Yogel Druggist Norwalk. 50 1 yr To Foreclose the Second Mortgage. BOSTON, May 6.—In the United States circuit court Judge Colt granted a decree foreclosing the second mortgage upon tho Now York and New England railroad. Five states have taken this action. Bucklln's Arnica Saive. The Best balve in the world for Cute Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no Payrequired, It is guaranteed to give perfectsatisfaction, or money refunded Prion 25 oents per box. For Sale bA HiiB> Hfllfip Westinghouse-General Electric Combine. CLEVELAND, May 6.—The announcement is made by one familiar with the affairs of tho General Electric company that the efforts to combine with the Westinghouse has been abandoned. ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CICARETTE Hu stood the Test of Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTT5r'EH BRANDS COMBINED DAILY GAZETTE* Classified Business Directory. Uards under this head S2.50 ver line per year INS TTRAJTOJS, NORWALK FIRE INS. CO., N.In successful business since 1860: no outstanding claims. WILSON, O. E., Gazette bldg., N. Investments and money to loan. Also insurance written in b est of companies at lowest rates A-TTO UNISYS. HUBBELL, JAMES T.. 9 Water street, N. HURLBUTT, J. BELDEN, T Attorney aDd Counselor at Law, room 4, (up stairs) Gazette Building. Nor walk. JB'AM.IIJS aROOJBIt. BELLE OK. GEORGE WARD, 18 Wall St., Best goods Teas and Coffees. Specialties. JJIVEHY STABLE. DiHN.H. Stable. RAYMOND. G.H.. 46-48Main st.,; telephone IUAHMjE YA.RU . t BATES, P. W.Waterst.,N; Steam Stone Works Monumental and Bid'*. Nicaragua Has Accepted Lord Kimber-ley's Modified Ultimatum. TO PAY, BUT UNDEK PE0TEST Rliniste* Medina Authorized to Turn Over the $75,000 Smart Money Fifteen Days After the Evacuation of Corinto. Better Feeling Toward England. MANAGUA, Nicaragua, May 6.—Nicaragua has authorized Senor Chrisan*^ Medina, Salvadorian minister to Londoi. Mid Paris and acting Nicar#guaD minist-er in London, to accept the modiflod ultimatum of Groat Britain. This modiflod i. ,f.in]a-tum, it is understood here, was secured by the influence and through tho intercession of the United States. Senor Medina is also authorized by the government of Nicaragua to pay the £15,000 in London under protest within 15 days after the departure of the British squadron from Corinto. Orders for this ovacuation of the port of Corinto by tho British havo beon received by Admiral Stephenson. It is un-derstod here that the othor items in the original ultimatum of (Great Britain will all be settled by arbitrat »rs. Nicaragua Feeling: Less Bitter. As an indication of the cessation of the belligerent feeling botween tho Nfcaraguan government and Great Britain it is worth mentioning that Senor Fiallos, the Hon-durean envoy, sent to Admiral Stephenson for tho purposo of acting as modiator between the two countries, was received with much courtesy on board the flagship Royal Arthur. Admiral Stephenson expressed the hope that the terms of the modified ultimatum would be of such a nature as to allow him to salute tho Nicaraguan flag when he departed with his squadron from Corinto. Another friondly act on the part of Admiral Stephenson, which has given a vast deal of satisfaction here, was the voluntary release of a Nicaraguan colonel who had been imprisonod upon the charge of using discourteous language to some of the officers and crew of the British squadron. These phargos were stoutly denied by the Nicaraguans. Nicaragua Can Fay the Money. WASHINGTON, May 6.—Minister Guzman of Nicaragua has recoived a dispatch from his government notifying him that Nicaragua had acceded to the terms proposed for the settlement of the dispute between that country and Great Britain. This information, the minister said, has also beon conveyed to Admiral Stephenson, and the warships are expected to leave at once. Minister Guzman is greatly pleased with tho result of the negotiations. The greater portion of tho British marines have already been re-embarked, and the rest will quickly follow. Minister Guzman states that Nicaragua is abundantly able to pay the £15,000 demanded, and that it will not be jncccssary for hor to call upon tho guarantors in any way. Nothing is said in Minister Guzman's dispatches as to a riot or insurrection being in progress, and it is not believed that anything of the kind has occurred. Secretary Gresham's Serious Illness. WASHINGTON, May 6.—Secretary Gresh-am is really seriously ill. He has beon greatly exhaustod by the hard work of the past year, and the succession of annoying complications has ended in undormining his strength. Ho is also suffering from several wounds roneived in tho war, which have never boon completely healed, and ae he is well on in years his friends are rather uneasy about him. Pleurisy has now set in. It is probablo that he will take a vacation as soon as he is able to be about again. Desperate Battle With Convicts. WOODWARD, O. T., May 0.—Prisoners Hill, Waddell and Heffen, in the jail here, secured a gun and forced tho guard to open the cage. They then armed themselves with Winchesters and started for the hills. Shoriff Oden immediately summoned a number of deputies and gaye chase. The convicts hid behind a rock and wounded Officer Ben Wolfert. A volley from the posse killed Hill and Heffon, and Waddell surrendered. Germany and Standard Oil. BERLIN, May 6.—A part of the German press has declared war on the Standard Oil company because of its suocess in raising tho price of petroleum 60 per cent within three months. It is now 15 cents a quart at retail. The Kreuz Zeitung and other papers call upon the government to take steps to prevent such usurious proceedings, and the government is evidently preparing counter measures. Poisoned His Three Children. ATLANTA., TOX., May 6.—William Waddle gave a deadly poison to his three children, aged from 3 to 6 years, and then took a dose himself, evidently with suicidal intent. The children all died in a few minutes. Waddel is alive, but will die. His wife died a few months ago, and it is be-lioved that her loss is tho direct cause of his awful act. Colonel James Young's Death. HARRISBURG, May 6.—Colonel James Young of Middletown is dead, aged 75. He died from injuries sustained by being thrown from a buggy. Colonel Young owned 14 farms and had entertained the Duke of Sutherland, Presidents Hayes, Arthur and Harrison and Generals Grants Sherman and Sheridan. Afflicted With Rheumatism. Mr. Geo. A. Mills, of Lebanon, Conn, says: "I was afflicted with rheumatism in my back all last winter. It was so severe at times that I could not stand up straight, but was drawn over on one side. I tried different remedies without receiving ahv relief until I bought a bottle of Chamberlain^ Pain Balm. After using it for . three days, according to directions, my rheumatism was gone ana has not returned since. I halve since recommended it to others and know they have been benefited by its use. For sale by Gregory & Co. .. THE rifiE flEND tiEFlED. Futile Attempts to Burn a House of Non-combustible Wood. BOSTON, May 6.— A curious and important experiment with noncombustible wood was successfully demonstrated at Irvington oval. A framo house, 6 feet 6 inches wide and 7 feet 6 inches high, surmounted with a shingle roof, was subjected to a severe test. Two flros on the outside under tho floor of tho house and one on the inside were started. Tho test lasted for upward of one hour and a half and at tho close of the experiment was deemed most successful by a number of fire exports. The heat' inside the building registered over 1,200 degrees, whioh is claimed would cause iron to melt and brlok and stone to crumble, but the building stood the test. Among the persons present were representatives of. tho United .States navy department, officers of ;the registered mail department, the Edison Electric Light company, Edward Atkinson, president of the Mutual Fire Insuranoe icompany of Boston; tho members of tho board of fire commissioners and representatives from all the leading insurance, railroad and steamboat companies. ' - Two hives Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, Of Junction City, 111. was told by her doctors she had Consumption, and that'there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery eompletelycured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thomas Eggers, 189 Florida St., San Pranciscos suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching Consumption, tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. -King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is uaturally thankful. It is such results, of which these are samples, tnat prove the wonderful efficacy of this mediciiie in coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at H. R. Hale's drug store. Young GrifTo Boxes For Science. NEW YORK, May 6. —Young Griffo and Charles Barnett sparred four rounds on the roof of the Madison Square Garden, and 82,000 photographs were made of the con- - test with an apparatus invented, by Wood-ville Latham, a Virginian, to take the field occupied by the Edison kinetoscope. The kinetoscopo can be worked with 140 feet of film, while Mr. Latham's invention was operated with 2,000 feet of film, and with it it is said to be possible to take a continuous photograph of a fight, a horse race, or, in fact, anything. . Mothers Head This. "My child is subject to severe attacks ot diarrhoea. During the last sickness. Dr. Hand's Diarrhoea Mixture was freely given an<l an immediate cure resulted It won'd have required a dozen visits of a plijoicians, as on former occasions. I believe Dr. Hand's remedies would have saved the life, of the child I lost, had they been within my reach at the time of .its'sickness." Mrs. F. H.' Bennett, 722 New street, Camden, N. J. They are splendid children's remedies 25 cents. All drugstores. F'.".ir K i') i <1 s:» ftinrw. ST. C IT A His.. :\Jr>y 'h—Tho tail of a cyclone struck .St. Chai-los, Mowing tho walls of a iloserted building ovor on tho Osgood block. The Osgood structure was crushed and four people were killed. The dead are Mrs. Hattie B. Church, Miss Augusta Anderson, Charles Johnson and Jo-soph Thompson, all of St Charles. Luther Caustin had one leg and an arm broken, and Androw Johnson of Elgin had his back brokoh. > JREL.IVF IS SIX HOURS; Distressing Kidney and Bladder disefisefi relieved in six hours by the "New Great. South American Kidue.y Oiire." This new remedy is a gr^at suipiiKf on account of its exceeding promptness ^n relieving pain in the bladder, kidney.?, back and every part of "it he' urinary passages in male or femalf. It relieves retention of water and pain in passing it almost immediately. If you want quick relief and cure this is your remedy. Bold bv G. A. Gregory & Co., Druggists, Norwalk, Corm., 88 Wall street. 996y Illinois Democrats For Free Silver. - CHICAGO, May 6.—President Cleveland, Senator John M. Palmer and Postmastei Worthington Hesing were scored by ex-, Congressman W. J. Bryan of Nebraska at the Democratic free silver county conven-' tion, and the convention adopted a 16 to 1 platform out and out and elected delegates to the Springfield convention. , flTt'fFTPST QUALITY OF ALL. Bicycles THE STANDARD FOR ALL • • • • • Col- POPE MFG. CO, Hartford, Conn. BRANOHMS. prOU BOSTON ARD the HAVE you feasted your eyes upon the beauty and grace of the 1895 Columbias? Have you tested and compared them within others? Only by such testing can you know how fully the NSW.YORK OHIOAQO ; BAN FHANOISOO PROVIDENCE BUFFALO justifies its le of the Stand-1 te World. And Is but> *100 % An Art ** Catalogue of thesefamous wheels-and of Hartfords, $£l %6o,free at any Columbia Agency, or mailed for two s-cent stamps. Sit G. FORD SEELEY CYCLE CO.,; - Agent for Columbia and Hartford • Bicycles. ,•*£. . * NORWALK, CONNIE ^ and other food in Cottolene and there will te no complaint of indigestion or dyspepsia. It is more healthful, more economical, better in flavor than any other shortening. Genuine put up in pail with trade mark— steer's head in cotton-plant • wreath.—Made only by THE N.K.FAIRBANK COMPANY, CHICAGO, and Produce Excbango, N. Y., 224 State St., Boston. Cures Cancerous#11 - ^ Scrofulous Humor tor. JAMES E. CUNNINGHAM, of Augusta, Me., says — [, James E. Cunningham, am happy to speak a gooa vorcl for CLOVER .HITTERS |nd GLOVER:OINTMENT. I have been confined to the house *cr several weeks luring the winter, my appetite failed, and I was very much reduced in strength, my leg Ivas swollen so badly from the effects of cancerous humors that it was with difficulty that I could walk at all* I chanced to s$e CIjOVER REMEDIES advertised, and concluded to-give them a trial. After taking less than two bottles, I feel like a new man; my appetite is Rood, the swelling is all gone from my leg, and I can now walk quite well. Your €lTO\ER BITTERS and CIiOVER OINTMENT are, indeed, . valuable remedies. 1*1 mJETB Bitters, foil pint bottle, $i.oo; 6 bottles, $5.00. ULUVtlSI Ointment 9 25 cents a box. Sold by all dealers. '•PreD&red bv the sole proprietors, CXiOVER MEDICINB CO., Augusta* Ms> folEASUREl *PiNT* \im BITTERS TALKS WITH MfKWHERS.—No. J5. FEEDING -I-NIS BABY. T. Much Is "written at the present day about flie care and .feeding of infants by people whose only capability, for dealing with tha subject is a fertile brain, and whose only Him is to appear in print; every mother knows how unsatisfactory and fallacloua such advice is when she attempts to follow It. How to feed the baby Is the greatest problem xcet with in the happy state of motherhood, and upon its solution depends Che health, the happiness and the life of.the child. If the mother is able to nurse he* ehild, the question of feeding is practically •ettled; if she is not, she should be guided fcy those who have had successful experience in feeding babies and not allow herseli to experiment with different foods. Then- 'are scores of artificial foods offered for sal 4 but the best is none too good for the baby. Eminent authorities who have thoroughly investigated the subject of infant feeding, and scientists who have analyzed • Infant foods, unite in pronouncing Mellin's Food to be the only perfect substitute for mother's milk. It is palatable, nourishing and strengthening; the weakest stomach will retain and digest it, and the puniest child vrill thrive upon it beyond the mother's Spring na iiimsr SUITINGS. Having procured a large stock of Spring and Bummer Suitings, I :im prepared to make them up in the 'atest styles. . fondest expectations. For convalescents, consumptives, dyspep. tics and the aged, Mellin's Food is also of Incalculable value. It is a food, notajnedi-cine, and the system receives the nourishment it demands for its daily needs. For those severely ill Mellin's Food will sustain the falling strength tod promote a speeedy recovery when convalescence has bees established. « GIVE THE BABY » F. KOCOUR, 17 North Main St., South Norwalk DAILY FREIGHT ONI BETWEEN NEW YORK, NORWALK AND SO NORWALK. x'ropellerd AND INVALIDS. MARK. FOR INFANTS TMIltVomrw THE ONLY Perfect Substitute for Mother's Milk- *pun for our book " The Care and Feeding OCnU of infants," mailed free to any address -DOLI BER-GOQD4J.?, Q&. CITY of NORWALK, EAGLE and VULCAN Leaving Pier 23, East Biver, N, Y„ 5 p. m Norwalk & p. m., South Norwalk 6 p. m. Makesf Hens f Lay f • # EGGS AT A PROFIT. 9 ^ To start hens laying rapidly 0 use Steamers go after and deliver goods an where in New York or vicinity upon applica-ti- on to agents. POULTRY FOOD It keeps them healthy, and in good laying condition. Best and cheapest poultry food on earth. Sold everywhere. Send 2c. stamp for pictures. WILLIAMS & CARLETON, Hartford, Ct. Cleaning and Dyeing. Gent's Clothes Gleaned. Gent's Clothes Dyed Ladies' Clothes Cleaned. Ladies' Clothes Dyed. TOCQUE'S Dpii aM tail Works. Broad River, iSTorwalk. Geo. H. Osterbanks, House and Sign Painter and Paper Hanger Fine Stock V/all Paper Orders promptly and Reasonably Exe-cuted, Miaiss sJhop and Residence 47 Biver Street, Norwalk, Office at Singer Sewing Machine Agency, Main street. CURES ALL SKIN - AND -I . - Physicians endorse P. P. P. as a splendid combination, and prescribe It with great satisfaction for the cures of all forms and stages of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary ; P. P. p.; CURES RHEUMATISM Syphilis, Syphilitic Rheumatism, Scrofulous Ulcers and Sores, Glandular Swellings, Rheumatism, Malaria, Old Chronic Ulcers that have resisted all treatment, Catarrh, •i'E?; CURES Skin Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Female Complaints, Mercurial Poison,Tetter, Scald Head, etc., etc. P.P.P. is a powerful tonic, and an excellent appetizer, building up the system rapidly! Ladles whose systems are poisoned and whose blood Is in an Impure condition, due to menstrual lrregulurltles, are peculiarly benefited by the wonderful tonic and blood-cleansing properties of P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium. LIPPMAU BEOS., Proprietors^ Sruggists, Lippnan's Block, SAVANNAH, SA. Book on Blood Diseases mailed tt0*' Neiv YorlcAnnouncement, " Our American Homes and How to Furnish Them • Corner's Furniture. Reasons why you should buy it in preference to any other. (1). Because this firm have long enjoyed the reputation of keeping- only the best Furniture that can be produced, both in medium and finest grades; (2). Because their assortments are unequalled; (8). Because their prices are the lowest at which goods of standard quality can be sold. Latest productions la Dining Room, Bedroom, rnrlor, Drawing Room, Library and Hall Furniture Venetian Carved Furniture Novelties in Imported Furniture White and Gold Enameled Furniture Enameled and Brass Bedsteads English Brass Bedsteads (75 patterns); Maple and Bamboo Furniture Restful Easy Chairs and Settees Smoking and Billiard Room Furniture— Everything for city or country homes Eight spacious floors All prices in plain ligures. R. «l. HORNER & CO., Furniture Makers and Importers, 61-85 West 23d St., N. Y. (Adjoining Eden Musee.) Horner & Co.'s establishment is one of the sights of Now York.—Newspaper Comment. MUMME :5.'. -• i 'iStl ~sp§ :28QM$4 BEPGENi^ - i For Sale by G. A. Gregory & Co., Norwalk. J. Do Jennings. UNDERTAKER 4 Knight street, opposite Street Railway Depot. ^ ; NIGHT HELL AX OFFICE. NOW FOR SFB12H&. Beady Mixed Paints, 10c lb cao. Paint Brushes, 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c. White Brushes, from 35c up. Scrub Brushes, 10c, 12c, 15c. 2-hoop Pails, 10c. 3-quart pails, 15c. Carpet Beaters, Carpet Tacks. Tack Hammers, 5c and 10c. - 1 Raymond d Son* Successors to George H, Raymond, Furniture Dealers and General Funeral Directors. 46 and 48 Main street, Norwalk, Ct. ; Eeadence, Berkeley Place.'; Telephone Call. ?7-5 . 3s $ : H. H. WILLIAMS, .;|g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " 17 Main Street, Norwalk- Horse Shoeing. The undersigned has f&ken the shop in -1. - i V the front of S. T. Buby's on Cross street.-* , • and is prepared to do horse shoeing in a lirst-class manner. _ _ , John T. Iorcelt,
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