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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1895.
T . Turner And Company. oocooooooooo Grand Wind Up Of Our - Surplus Stock - Sale. - After tliis week all croods will be marked at the Original Prices. Do you want Bargains ? If you do come now. It's The Last Call. We say to you that we are selling good Seas onable Merchandise during this sale at a sacrifice to provide toom for the change we contemplate. Six Richest Men. A writer iu the Now York World has SWAPPED AWAY HIS WIFE. PARIS GARTER SHOW 11 , . a.' . a. a. Gave H r In Excliaiiffp For Farmer Thomp- VQtn collecting statistics to ascertain . t who are the ix richest men in tho mi. , ... - .. world. Americans will he perhaps sur- daughter for a wife is reported from prised to find that only two of them be- Toledo, Wash. A farmer named Thomn long in this country. They will be still eon lost his wife a short time ago. alio more surprised to know that two of left him a little baby girl. The child lie them aro Chinamen. If the figures are took to a neighbor of the name of rut reliable, Li Hung Chang is the richest llam 10 Lh l'!"'01 for- of ionise frequent visits were maoo to see How Urn baby was getting along-. Mrs. Putnam was quite a comely per son and very soon attracted the atten tion of the widowed farmer. Thou ho soon learned to love her; but, worst of all, his love was reciprocated. The hus- AN EXHIBITION THAT IS ATTRACTING GREAT ATTENTION. See Tlxe List : White domet flannel, the 80 quality, at 3Jo a yd. All linen dish and haud crash, we say 11 linen, at 3 Jo a yd. Large siz Turkish bath towels 30x20, regular 12io goods, at 80. 1 ease 4-4 Pleached Muslin at 3Jc a yard. 1 case 4-4 Brown extra heavy at ha yard. 40-inch Pequot Brown Mnshn nt Ca a yard. 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting at 12 c yard. Turkey Ked Table Damask from 3c to 12Jo yard. Turkey Ked Table Damask from GOo to 2'.'e yard. Domet Flannel from lOo to (Jj. Good quality Ticking from 8c to Ca. Best Feather TickiDg from 15c to 12ho. 4-4 Unbleached Sheeting from Oc to 8J0. Extra ITeavy 4-4 Sheeeting from 7c to 6J0. 46 inch bleached Fillow Case Muslin from 10c to 7'c. 9- 4 Unbleached Sheeting from 10c to 12o. 10- 4 extra heavy Bedspreads from 7"c to J9c. Large size hemstitched Towels from 33c to 25c 1 All our Turkey Ilr-d Damask from 37lc to 25c. Extra large Table Spreads all linen from 83c to ti'Jo. All linen Towels from 10c to 7o. All our 95c Table linen for 80a. All our 89c Linen for 73a. Heavy Shirting Flannel from "'let to 23a. Bleached canton Flannel from 7c to 5c. LINENS, 03 inch cream table damask, fry fine and beautiful, has sold for atul is worth ti9o, at l'.'c a yard. 72 inch bleaehcd table dnmask, really worth 1 00, at ti'Jc a yard. 7'2 inch bleached table damask that can not be matched for less than i 25, our sale price 80c a yard. All linen damask towels at 7c each. Extra large size knotttvl fringe bleached damask towels, regular price 25a, at 17o each. HOSIERY, Ladies' Gents' and Misses" all wool hosiery, have sold for 37 a to 1 00 at one price, 29c a pair. 50 doz silk fleece lined hose, fast black and regular made, from 25 to l'.'.- a piir. Childi en's tan ribbed hose, high prude goods, regular prioe 25 aud 33c, at 19c a pair. Ladies' high grade full regular made Hose from 33o to 25o a pair. All of our regular 25c Hose at l:o. Our 50c French lisle thread Hose p oea at 39c a pair. Beautiful hemstitched embroidered la dies' Handkerchiefs worth 15c at 3 for 2"ic. Bt Spool Silk in colors only, at 5c a pool. Best Spool Cotton 100 yards at 2o a spool. Seamless Dress Shields as good as Can field, 19c a pair. Gents' snowblack Hose were 33o now 25e. Gents' seamless colored Hose 2 for 25o. Gents' fast black Hose 2 for 25o. Ladies' Tan Hose 23c from 371-2o. Ladies' fast black Hose were 17 now 2 for 23c. I, idies' fast black Hose with white feet 23c. Misses Tan Hose ribbed and plain 25a and 37 l-2c now 19o Misses fast black Hose, plain and ribbed, 2 for 23c. 1! ys' Ipswich fast black Hose 2 for 25c. SEE OCR SOUTH WINDOW. T.iwns. dimities and organdies from 12 J and 15c, at one price t'.Jc. The best 12Jc outiDg flannelette at 7c a yard. Remnants of black and colored dress ponds at half prioe. some rare values at tins counter. 5 iics blue and blaok storm serge, from G'.l to 50o. I, tot fancy silks for waists and dresses, all this season's goods, worth from 75o to 1 00, at one price, -19c a yd. A few left of silk chiffon jabots at 2o eaoh Dress trimmings at3o a yd. 12 colorings all wool 50 inch flannels, splendid goods tho regular price of which ' is ;"?0c, at 3 !a a yd. Fancy Figured Lining Satine, the 25o kind, at 18c yard. Pig lot of Seamless Dress Shields, worth 23c rach, all sizes, at 11c a pair. Printed Ducks, to close what we havo h-ft. at 8c a yard from 12 1-2. Light Dress and Shirt Cambrics, at 3Jo. ltattermilk Soap, three cakes in a box, at 15c a box. Ladies, Fnre Silk Summer Vests, from 50c to 29c. Men's Outing Cloth Work Shirts, with yoke, from 50c to 25c. LACES- All varieties, all qualities, the ordinary, the better and the finest, at very much reduced prices about half. 15 st Basting Cotton at lc a spool. P st Spool Silk at 5c a spool. Colored Dress Braids, at lc a roll. 500 Remnants oi Silks, in black and fan. cies, many of them are waist patterns. At about half price. Krusins Bros Steel Work Scissors, from 39c to 19a Lot of Best Dress Ginghams, worth 120 at 5ca yard. Best Iudigo Blue Prints, at 4Je. Best Lining Cambric, all colors, at 3Jo a yard A lot of Dress Trimmings, at 3c a yard. Boys' Outing Cloth Shirt Waists, worttf 33c, at 15c each. I o I urner And Company, Leaders in Low Prices in Dry Goods, Etc, 30, 38, 40 Bank Street, Vaterbury, Conn. man on this earth, aud he ought to be very much ashamed of it. Li Hur.tr Cliang's wealth, and tho rottenness, financial and otherwise, of the Chmeso empire, aro two facts that belong very closo together. Li Hung Chang lias en riched himself through his ofH.-ial posi- band discovered the situation. The lov- tiou, and ho is worth $300,000,000. Tho second richest man is John D. Rockefeller, $180,000,000. He is tho wealthiest man iu the United States. Tho rest are all put down at $100, 000,000 apiece. Two of them, tho Duke of Westminster and Colonel North, are Englishmen. Then there is the Ameri can Cornelius Vanderbilt aud tho Chi nese tea merchant Woh Qua. Only two, Cornelius Vanderbilt and the Duke of Westminster, inherited their wealth. The rest made it. What John D. Rockefeller and his associate;! did with petroleum in the I'nitt d States, Woh Qua did with tea in China, mo nopolized it. Colonel North, now the closo friend of the Prince of Wales, could not read or write when he was 14 years old. He learned the trade of boiler riveting and knocked about the world. Finally ho saw his opportunity iu a monopoly of the nitrate fertilizing beds of Peru, and made his hundred million easily. Are These Young; Men All Crazy? Tho Loudon Humanitarian publish.es a curious interview with Dr. 1'ovIhs Winslow, the eminent British specialist on insanity. In it he describes as incipi ent lunatics a class ot young men famil iar to every town end village, a class in cluding in it often the sons of wealthy and respected citizens. In brief. Dr. Winslow gives it as his opinion that the whole hoodlum clats everywhere is crazy. He says : Tht ro is a lato imiiu1- r of y ers naturally expected a scene, but there was none. Instead ef making the neighboring hills resound with jealous rajrr Putnam called upon Thompson, ami (hey dis cussed the matter in a businesslike manner. Putnam pro "ossoi", to be iri -.1 of his wife and said lie would :is lu 1" that some other fellow would take her away as not, but he wanted s iiu-th:u ; in return. He wanted some 0.710 around the house to mir.i.-ier to his warts, some one he c, 'aid learn to love. Thompson hail a daughter who suited him verv well, ami H it was just, the same he was willing to trade Iris v.-f f,.r her. That suited Tii-aitva, titnl th" girl to-. So a bargain was sue -k and the is cbarnge made. Thompson ami Mrs. Put nam went to Ala rde, a and the girl to Castle llovk. New Y..rk World. TOO LATE NOW. ljloomora Will Always l'.o lUooniors ami iot -smiths." Do you wear ".smiths'." If yen are a woman and ride a wheel, tlio oh, in .a - are y, u ilo, 1 ut e!, n't know it. and call your smiths by the popular name of Id- outers. The '"nils -red com erne w'o'ch 1 ' -irs the 11. one of the la.e Mr;. Av.elia Bloomer was not invented or ev. dated by Mrs. Hi ---.me. . and she her elf has said so in a nu.u": ," or iu'.uv-is ar.u has placed all the credit b. re she be lieved it to l-o r.-.a v. Th h. r fr'a :i:i. Mrs. Kluah. h Smith Miller. h- w'aii Garters SaiJ to Uavn IVen Worn 1 Nell Ciwynnr, Sarah Bernhardt, Mary Stuart, ttie I rtncess of Wales and Other Cele brated Wdiiirn on Kxhibltion, A private loiter from Paris says: "A senu what unique exhibition np" pears in a shop in the Boulevard Mado-l-Snu. It is a garter show and attracts big crow ils. (iarters that are alleged to havo been the property of celebrated women are exhibited, and those bejew rlcd articles of dross afford ample evi dence that, ornate carters are not 11 mod ern fancy op.iy. Some of them furnish iutc-rotitiiij! information regarding the women whose beauty of face and figure hr;s been ci-lebi at. d. "Nell (4wy nne's partcrs aro qnita elaborate and noticeable for their very ample proportions. Th-. y are of white shoii'skiii ami ornamented with rod p -Id roses and have s,-olden clasps. S-rah IVrnhardt is e immoiilv snpposed to he a woman of rather slender pro portions, but the sat in elastics bedecked with 1 carls which ".resaid to have been era o her ! - 1 ert uet'ier lie . 1 a: t "The-, tent ton a wcra by -" y red. some-.- har bceklcs. l'iiey sh.oi keei"r l.a; w 1 1.at at least her a: e of poodly proportions, that at'tacts the most at . i.eh.i d for as halving been y Staart. They aro palo ar fa, of par . if ! il. 1: sit vie, in-i'.s 1 J -l.it-t, t- CP. V !:r: : s ers to 1 e e i r w iii . If t'-at i r-ii iii.ii', sre 1 . and havo silver are much worn. Tho' ha 1 constructed a pair ileulatcl from tho size i.ii accurate counterfeit .il the garters once did be thr ease, the orig 1 of .-, creditable size. . It! lv-necr to this tho pair that were - Pr , rs of Wales. ::d h.ive very slight -it UlllU' a tic f, l'.o'. she was prP out ami Wi re ineiits, which America to n .,-s Ml, in public was t' . aike the i . lil-st br.aiTnt nipt in .! sho-t on . nienta "'I lane i was: i. : Mr.ri, ;,ie.e- . alt ;r. tht in -ent .ini oj-. t- a n ''I'lie sh '. rue 1 n a:s il'r a; 1;: iiavm in ik up; ,11,-h lo 1,1 . a, -. ,1 a'.ul il r.n.t 1 at-, r- IMlllll i-eaia hiaiCi p.. 1. . 11.. IfoilV !!KUlt lUsV liev, ay la 10 anil iiT, wtiM, te. my mind, lunacy rattii r Uian of ee. i ti the Sllpi rlielal etlM l ViT li.i oiuuitli, itaii wan at tniKS lire nit re.-p fe-r th, ir ncf.etis. These .youths :un fi.unil la ail classes. They al e ; ra';s-i wiiri, inli mper.it-. eeei iurle. halt el.,.' half eit ileal' it. The are very en.etle:: subject to :,els ef caprice ami abaerin; ration. Th, y seek neteri, ly, it, in il, atir.K fri ra the receni?; ii me.ie ef beh.ivi anil thenlit ami are intlaUit with i.leas their own iaiperi aaco. They are j-uhj, i t uneonl rol'i.il i" i.s-i ns of temper an.l are i eapatilo i'f seif control. Tiny are oeprave vieii'iis, scn.--ual, even "t.1 vih--li" anil , v anxious tocr, ,peul, ef tie ,r nutia-.i! tlilie.inco Ki nialio 1 heai-.i t vi s the uo;,-. 1 . public noterlety. This ela-s nie-t itanereus secllen of i which e.ea be leund outsat., i turns. They em! ir.-,-r the pc rise In icreat unxicl on the p.aa '. tht .r tivcs. eiih'enuer in many fan lie - :ea 'eo araeunt ef anxiety rai t unli.i; i nn-s. seem r or later, commit --01 ;, aet w hlcii hrm: them umii'r llic l.ia i i the law e lamb If the next congress will obliiangly praut a subsidy for t lie construct e a of that ocean cabin to Hawaii, il will lneei the general wish of iis constituents. i:i grant ius a subsidy of $-10,000 a year to Z. tk panldiii: at its end of liio line the Hawau.ui government has done us share toward the construction of the cable. It is of the utmost, imponauoe that any cable from North Am- riea to the tiouth Pacific; region should be owned and controlled in the l"ni:-. : States. livery sal'eguarii should be thrown around the grant that i-'iiitios is asked to make. The individual-, contract in;: tocoiistruet the work sh. nrld be thori uglily nivi'stigateil as to ilieir honesty, capacity and responsibility. If all is satistaetory, then lei congress make tho grant. We n ed that cable t i Hawaii more than we need new battleships. skirt popular. Il may be t, o nanie. bnt it wi regret to th- gn Smiths that til- laic now ti 1 alleys be at and str, fann Iv . a . inn. t uated in th ever t he conn: i Mrs. I'.leeiic good idea f called after h Smith Miller v credit sh. ul 1 i still a! : re and aud f ami iy ;i ) w i 1 hin a s; . so, t w here so i t i v w . .s t ::ai t ha in nine v. 'r. ha.v v.'.iv t!.-, e,s i r, "and Mrs. i as verv w t ilia ie to la r. M's ig tr.ha . !' i, n-et-i,v runs ilo: a 1 a vei v v fi. a! t ' 1 11 '.11, lia'l:;' the 1,' l-'lp. f the y I.ii.. p. N,h The life f faillnnl oiucer it th charge of his duty, mot i icr polk i law in s been s.u enian, u the ilis 1 itieed ti the ever grown";: 1 of American tr. -e count in the in : the American : against hinisel;'. J demand that the ;:'. bv one means i r an on the people ot I them long i ii.av. I the wandering, ' fested creature who I::.-- live dueers of litis country lor I years, himself refusing i wasted, ile must go, and oeity and boldness It is cue more t-.t of i la rnr.t ies a has piled up is only one more nip has go; to go, ti.er. 1 lc ha.-, lived his count ;y and ruicd A: iv svni! alio-' f,,r a erui n ti n in- past : Work, li once. Tie Most , t no Minim, -r arc i. t .' , hi tie tanui .1. ad v..:::, in the sun :' r tin . .. ;. t'liiroig a g 1 c c w, nl.l go to li a-i , c. 'keue s; e '.. : 1 1 s v : -o Shi Iter i-! "!.!. 1', ;: colli, 1 see t'-i, "i 1 u lite i t he waist, so 1 ha. i. t i lb- 'l;s and at t.is -' alio but t iieir em n o b ,,-k v, tin-; men w ain, d to -nasi mu ih s , :ui, r v.-i otild -or li e lie y h ;,l New York T- Slie IVo.ri It.irrj In re live - a v. ing to marl y the 1 . Arilmr Diie.-irow. s: th e,,h the r. -t . a i tone ot a h It-, r a .leiins, n ir a; ; -... to love, l.ou r. siay, r of In ; , i ..a, t!i chanei s , f na a :.. which ih . -: '''. .le..i: pa.sirow or, i:. !-' Tiie lc. t, - ; 1! ce-ve.l bv 1 v - : , trial at Cm- a.-o-t. !. Mrrict ar.il r-.ere Thomas i ' .a in. v i. i .-v coiini v ' -. w i a n 1, hves near Wa ve, -.- .w married ,:f. ha' I . some. Ho has b-vu it', cut wife four t . ;:: a times, a: l his won- n thai to the Meets- i fourth d-vovce. :.i- The oilier eases eea '. bill t his is p.fi .mi.- '. : Cinciitait i t Vc.i: icr "A la 1 i in an a the col'a etion a life sizo o-t a .sent iiig the I'vench t ula.i 1": ri-lans, who '.ve.t in rob s of transpar i ,1 e.vn i't'C side so as to is-Vl in lo; :g, ga-idv stock iy legs of these figures i:i g..: ! ' rs of rose colored iiat loud ela-iis. There aro "it, rs a.'t i, hcl. Here is . e a! ro;;l,-rcd on tho or- t- t'- short. !- arils v. -9 .1- ear., rs :!re tiet. L- inaie bh-ck silk garter, n,y of i.tglieui. A card an I: al-au n, blenuin fell h r at .1 s in her a Dote, o.h::-a p- n. sal, said. 'If ve i he be.o . r one of your as accepted, ived tho sin . u. . gl.t blue silk, r-'i-i rty of s insc- iptiou : ' 1.. ': s fair .,' "e tha : lock- -v -kin l ci i.! in." Y ak Sua. -al and ; Vi in i : th.-' 1 I'M IV s til at i i .!,. - f 1, d inn! d 1 v i i -.at w ; lu a ;aa --i:i.l w.i: , ns. of sea, Do- Ikyrio's best has I. one tho wat ,r, very at;'! call tho tee straight sea and ev 1 e a break all r. u Dofouder these con- .1 : have as nine he W i-athcv :i.t under there will be V. Dr. :r: " p. ' a !r ' ! -s b :!:' it-t.w - in p, the mv. all. It is net r.ir.isvi.!1. f r the widows and families of da ceased enioiis to issue a card iu the newspaper ihauking friends fur the sympathy manit'es'. 1 at tho time of the death and funeral of th" dear de- -, h it does this card In ni Holder, in the Jackson 1 di sire to return thanks ni so kitid.y assisted in part C-l. Poo - Mrs. .lohn t. Sat', mean: lo all li'e 'SO w The Sontli Kisht The south. oiu.;My v i will have a rcaliy uor:a tliis year, far in cc -hisi, . AccoriliTig to t i es it will b,' f-.i m t'lCo.oo'i.i o Ot 0 bushels, w . aa li uU at In.it ed very it, p in la the except ion of i tt, ii. V la It. itli th inr.r l A pr, farmh 0 r.fi. i.eeO the death of my husband. cil-nteil the col Usual it average. v hu il Clot in, nev th.s y, , w i i 1 vai'.'.e 1th ,ii-jh Sr.i.l! oilier aortal f the York .;r. ret:l-tt. cxp. rt, has iit rary fan- Austrian is ill, aud that arpt 'y imag i -t. perhaps to 'if. Spitz :ia! way, as i" r ad which .si. a; id tho c. iconechist : ",rriMnn, pee of tho do ;1 -h iigri'-ultnre .'.tingdoii abbey - ef land, with homestead and . only realized ago the property . and four years t!, aged for $70,- ill 1 -a 000. It is a It! git eotnpr,: ernment f the 1.1 -'-v.; even England hits ; justice, with one par its sciitcru-'S ag-i'.i'.st who were engaged in attempt to put poor oi upon the throne am; cut to the gev ::t republic that kuowledged the al exception, ef Prru.-h subjects lie late farcical dil lciii'-.'ii Lil back prop her up there. Thf Tcmiltij; of 1 all. rat la: It is U-lih I , an.s sh. Ereoliimidge d clav. s that he never said he wa,s permanently out of polities. He does not need to do so. His constit uents have said so for him. People of unclean minds soo tho mast impurity. Ar.,1 now l.-lie li His f.n , lie. k sliei.V, S Anil all ,1 .- s The -ih-a '. of f: Urum i.aa; At el-1 hi -lath I I i 11 win in lie sprinkles n Atcl tweaks corn. lTe tliam- . the answering m.' An tt-. Iters app'.e, Its-lilll.t Thus pi,,, Is ho. .huckii":-;. ' lanes, Assrssins what t)u sprut rlc'ir, Anrl levyinir na .he s itaraer'i Tiio general tax eoc.e.-tor Ev.yvrt iiuj 1: I-, i.-.n ,-t:, , 1 . the rry ht. learnedly the n.erti st ! tie IP.. go J-1 ' show t At . T.-vriM Fenr. -, , d th.it there will be a , ; :.! the exposition, but v a '- lie made to prevent :nig while ti e sensitive in mution. c want the i in-ii i li'-eugh wi'hout a 'ell-t ltut .on. ,,w a tin, , -a.c.t liJit :-..:pea til hravy itr.n-. ies iu cw York -iun. 'r.venOl, Wil il '. e i Ui ChUi:to V s;i le Trust. a ha s "c.-r 1 a e if th- Pull re ' an op : .e t among t . u tar. as a man avi Ui gi-it, remark.