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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1895.
Silk Waists ! These Ladies' Blaok Bilk Waists at $2 69, are' an unsolved problem. They are made of a good quality of India Silk, J .11 , . . : I . i.li. BUU ttfli lUKUt?. lUUi 1U LHI.I, UU eUUlKUlH ! dressmaker would care to pnt them to gether for a less price than we ask for theni. We were all but sold out, but a fresh lot has arrived, sizes, 32, 34, oli and S3. Black Goods ! We have a ten-piecs lot of All Wool Ger man Novelty Black Hoods, '0 inches wide, that would be good value at COo. We are only asking 3;c at presert. May be yon hnd better investigate this offering. Plaids! Not as good as the Sitk and Wool Plaid-, but perhaps as serviceable, is a 25-pUci lot of G' rmaiu riuid Goods. 40 inches wifle, at 50c a jard: '25 different styles, re member, and, accoidmg to our judgment, every one of them yorul. HID BANK STKEET, WATER E V 11 Y . Jaying Tools . . . . Scythes. Sporting Goods Of every description. Specin prices to dubs. a c ation S:iv,-; uii trootis. such as Eishii Takle. (iuus. liicycies. etc. "Wi have soinetliiiin: to intero everybody in almost ecn lim of business. P. J. BOLAN, 90 and 94 Bank Stm Opposite Post Office. WHITE FRONT. Telephone 1, School Days Are Here, oys will need seme fixii.i u) to iXi't litem in shape at'n i their hmo- vacation. We are now readv Avilli otn new stock ot' Kail and AYinti r Clothing for liovs and Chi -dren. This department ' tilled to oviT'tiowinu'. and prices never seemed as low. Over 1.000 new suits for the Short Kant brigade, ages 4 to It) years, price range from $2.00 to b-.OO. extra o'ood val- ! ues at .oO ami :'..00. Our Hercules suit is made with double seat and knee, o! extra strong material. price 4. 30. For the- hovs. 14 to 10. who wear long pants, our Mock com prises oOO suits of the best in the market, price.- commence at s.VOO and up to lo.OO. Coats cut single and 1). 1. A brief Historical Review of "Waterbury. from lv to 1S!).". can be had for the asking. Jones, Korean & Co,! Clothiers, Hatters & Furnisters, 9fi-9S BANK ST. CITY NEWS. The board of education will meet at 4 i o'clock this afternoon. Nellie Mcilenry in 'The- Bicycle Girl" j at the opera house to-nij;ht. Louis , lames hi hhell.i at the opera hoit-f next Monday evening o ; ., c c . .. , ; A . 1- . , r;::: . Michael Keete. coachman for C V. t--. I stl'V. riisir tr 'ill pin union!:!, at ' hi- home on Hawkm- slreer. ! The committee mi public lands and huildiiitrs. in, lice hoard and lie coin- illlllt" niirht on water 'ply will meet t- A nice! 1 1 1 of the arishoners of the church ol the Imm.tc ulat in. (( i 1 1 , w il! be held in St Patrick's hall Thurs II T - ' day e ciiin".'. Mil li lt i lu-lan. ::i; Mil! street, was i n 1 1 , 1 yesterday hy ha'u.'; hi- lej; e:tu".ht 1 lei w : ,'n i , hea I'.n rcls. 1 r Me "OV d I'l's-I'd ilie lirilises. Article- of in : i. - po .i it i a re oci ai: li.ai" out for the I uion -s "i:d , lub pre- j Marat or to rent hi"; t ho Schlcel buildim" ' I'lc criminal si, le of the .lisn-Vt court ijvii-.! thi- moriiinir and adjourned until i' ins, i mi -in i,t ii'iM;. iiii- t : : i :-U- opened and adjourned uiud to-mor- ' Th' . , - . .... . . iitninae association HhM ail 1 -pe. laliv iiniioftaiii tiiceuny: tli:- ieii- ! the i-i.IIMMlt at 7 :.-. l-:.'l-v lilea,-! b.-i' i. i iii si. .! to iii il,. -in etVoi-i" i.. '!.i ut. . V i i pei-si.us havine; hills against tie- j ; o n ,,f ah -bi"-y a re reiiiesti d to hah I I I l.eiii m bet i ire i pt ember li. a- tin- bo.iKs l; ;.. i ;) I.. .1. ,. .1 :n I. .. . l.lll llll III " III- .ll.-l !:l- Mill ll,le 111 n ait tor the new year. lu a lootbah I'onte-t at New- Haven e-terda the N . M. . A. team w'nippe,l he Thistles of the Kim ity by a score t the e-onis pi iiie. A return ""mo will be phued inlbi-cit v on the e-i Knd .f hum's on rii-iiiUsj, jvhie; uinrtiiiijr. I v ink I louainte. w ho pitched for the W aterhury M am in Merid-ii estenl-;. :! i. out "ti men. li:: 1 t iirec p';i -oi; ; - . I'be M, liiiell- -core,! only in the lir-- two Mini!";-. I'oti.lbeh it' lie lei 1 '.''eoil -upp'-rt the Merideu- would not hae en in it . I lenry ( cilliLTan and Mi riithertne . ill I ' 1 1 r Wt'le tuJITi- it e-;ei-,:i- ,it I'll burcb ot the Immaeul.tte i otiecpiiori o lie lev 1 .Uiler lloni,.. Mi--I li due!-. -i-M r of i j,,. l.i-s, le. w s la lid ol loimr atid lliomas cm as.-i-ted tic idle Ml efblirx - i;i 1 1 llo e- 1 ,.n K li -; I the Meri.lei .lav alornoo d V'. tie beaten h .- -c. re . : " Li.'UCe W i- ' 11 lie--'-ii b II - . :.d per-oi ' s. 1 1 . ; 1 1 I o?n olii be ii 'I!"V.I ia erbur . ;l ! pi a I ' be .!! .I ol I be I .: i 1 Mr- Hai.ii:.!'. -,,-,.,.. ...:v, 1C. la . IJl the le-!- ieaee . u h- r V . I In-;. -a. ': N'.iti, -tr, I row alter 1 Mom..,-" : -id. t,'it Willi -e le illb -at th l 111' 11' 1 1 eh 1 1 -1 ai' i d. nu lla t t Al : :i Mule ili b ba .1. l. A it- - bit! ', i ,i. uml if.-; iii". 1 i. -alim- th. ! od-, in lb - a-d . .a: i 1 t . M - ria rt ' - inm ..a; ; i M'-li. al I'.x.mihier M. !!. a: b, d on w hi,-!' Id- t , :-a ed I be irrap-r. II. w.-i i in who I oa i i ; I! II he t le tl iii he die. lb -It... -K l.-il ..- w ;i -b. d of a p. i. -I . I '. -e;i, 1 pi !, s. r h l':ie II. t-L. d i a'. ' ia did If '.i' loi d i ;n -I ; .-Illl 1 ,'. . ' .tar', i'l , a.L I I W i.e.. .! doub.e '...r;bw 1 oltdael. I- !el .-! , ere !!1 I'll', l-e,. ot the !" It i- - 1 1 1 1 -! I 1 . .ito an i c a i -i i it.-: em v. - rli.tt aii divi-d.!, ,:.-C hei .1 . iii..'u .- it, 1 tile I, a 1,1 b, !' o t U". than a' ;."e- d- i 1' mi : t ' Itl " 'I I.I 1 -'..iib n ot Kli.'.-lei 'I . . in 1 1 w i -1 r i . pr. t I'V-a a ud on I he A'laildc .... an. A . -a C'i iin I o I he t-a icu lai ion- ol ,1a a-tron- oiuel's tl'.e ilour- ol the e.-lip-,. w ih he : b'. ii en;. a- penumbra, b : ;7 p. :u.: niooi. eiit.'t - -iiad'.w. 10 p. in. : total ".lip-e bceiu-. l i ;tn; p. i.i. : mid. lie , dp-.-. 1 :' ' a. in. : total cc.ip-e "ii.l-. 1 a ' ' :ii7 ;i. :n. : iii' , -ii 1 1 -a .- -had. .. . 2 :dd a . in. ; moon ..i . pe tuimbra. I :ln; :' 1 1 .1. III. A Clirioll- ieaiUl'.' ".bout , In;.;,' eclip-e is t hat aithoiiirli in" ear; h i-. ii- 1'. 'C t i ' ill t 1 I ' 1 i 1 1 e o t' , i 1. - i ,!, ' - fa - ; . iie creep! the moon - li".h t In- ,,io. ai In er t M ire.. tli-appe.aia-. it i- alw.e. -i. ab! ii bun i n.ii i d. e eu itl a total i-cKp-e. l'1'..'l'e w efe t hi ei- i-lil nr. for tile lace : ' be tl 1 ' in i; pa ! b . i - erda a f ! . i ,,,, . . . . t ill !l,'ot''s I a hi. def '.o tl iil'-i prize a lid e apt 'i ' ed I .-. i t -tb. i bi:-hel . . i . a I -. Mb-hael huria '- l'.or-e cam.- h, -.-.'..;.,! a ml as a w at ti. .1 !i ftea n bu-be'-. l'.i. tdiiette's Itroi.io '.mi- :: li'iic tardv in a j t a iiii"- al the jud .''"- -land and had to be ,'olUent with It'll I HI -I ! 1 -. Ihe ia. it., s w ere M .---I - I ia i pin ; o. n 1 i n i- and !.,." illl'l Mi.'ll i. WiUerbliry. 1 he t me of til- heal- w ii- "d. .".:!.' ."i; and -c on.ls. A ti ,r i h- ru nuini;' r;u t-. N. . I hater t I . .1 1 ed his ha ii.l-,.:iie hof-t a-dlill ! hi- N. W. li. Tllle heals "' :l 1:1,11 v' i'e b'o'.b-d. th,- . -nil. mi hor-c". nil" two ..ut in ibe I hne. I he I was um euen. but a a - -aid to be something w iiii-h wit! .-uri.ri-e 1 ii'.i'st lo the republican members of tl r"iin of (M.iiiuioit roitiit'il is dm thr , ,f.iu t avertin, a hi, ti".,, a, the in": ol the conn ot common eoiuit il w nicn was c.iiieti tor last ui" lit . Ihcre was -..me schenie o foot and the deimi - i i .'..ii.. ,,,,, on ,1,. -lOIIIItl f.ll 11 , lllil primetl for the Hay. hut for some reas m the board hail that power if it wanted use il, and a notion to that ell'ect w: I put ami carri. ,1 w ith a whooii. an,l in a I ii i - . iiiv an rv mirrvui upstairs to hoar Mayor KiliiutV make a spoeth at Ihe opt u- iiii; of the ti. A. li. lair. or oilier the republicans seemed afraid to line of boys' school clothes and invite i ' j ' i w: . . TT face Ihe m.isi,'. autl hefore ,he altlermei, mothers or fathers to call. brea.d " f than the sword and p-n VOur money. r..i i. ..ni ,.i ;,. ti. ;. . . ... cnmbintd, t eoame it is the staff of life . . I b e.V o , Tl , , V , e"1' '" i"'.,'' A" IL De bas peUPd the 8tor9 at 33 ' "hen made on the home made plan, such ; Prescriptions M . :' " , ("; ;V, W''r, '.-'V,ili; Pl. Paints' etc. All work promptly ex Entire Wheat Hread. I make it from old pounded at 1 . , . . . ecntea. floor, eweet milk and comr,rtstd wast . i . , ma oi u.e i a m oi .. ci ion i o i it-Una n a. - T. . , . . , , , , ,, , . . , , ,r V. .' rue HIV. !-,,,.,,:,,,,,',.., ; ., , . . . It you want the latest styles of fall oats which is the only method of making sub- . ,i .... ,II.I,, S.ltll wild manseen again. ONE WHO SAW HIM, SAID HE WAS THE j DEVIL HIMSELF. , Thri'o Hired mmi of t'olf brook Have n Bnt- W.h M,m Cu, Off the T,P of One f His r mBers. Morris r. l.acil inn three inreii men of ('olehrook were harvesting ierday mortiitii; on a remote part of Ids farm, .lust across the pasture from the ; I hem is a dense p.ucii oi v. onus. .his't hetore .-un-.'t one of the men. named t'red I i ilil. haopeucd I look up and --t tin I i, i i t i.'i' OI !Mi' vl .1 tlVIIl I in rim: at at him between th liars of I he rail fence. j It is the ,'ievi! himself:" yelled IVih!. ! dropping his impiinient and takiuto his heels. Tie' other two men followed his -eaiiti!e and Maxell not their sli ps for bush, ho" or brier until thev had safo'.v , .i .- . i-. . :.. .1 " i '. i i.in it atlt u ; lieutse i es oi i lie coi u -e - i'his struct tire is a: some lint- (lis- i ncc I rem lie' ot her farm buildings, aiul ,i cry s. ...;i t , ,e tn-'hl. r.ed lured men 'e-ard a 'im: uix 1 -nulling uu iern. ath .in hotuo u iii i i-ttti'-; nn iiiiii po-!- - veral feel above the trrouuu. The' ilu n perceii. eti i he -I'tiii '-ii'ii of I : I . .1,1 , ... 1 I , -.. u -e n-chin"--iround for cracks ""(- J" "'"S ""'' iioumi :" "'- ' hlooil of ihc hifeii lllell sltittl.t cot. -ea.l - tie", s-iv, a clapboard ripped o.l'a; a i.ae. hairy liaiul pokctt tnrouuu i i li "l'' ' ft. ;lc. eo: Na:;a r. w h ' had retained !. -ion of hi- hoe. aimed a blow with 't tin- hand. '1 ! l-iade cut cleaulv .Y tile I'M ot Oil!' ol til" tineevs. av.'l a i i ri::hi lu! bowl outside ccoinpanieil ;he rapid w i hbraw a I of t he lend. : i ii" w ild man hurled his body iigninst j the corn hou-' with a terriil'n' ioience ;,!,; tlueatened b, knock h Iron, its j Hal: po-t-. 1 he imprison.-,! hiiftl men li:i.l ixit-.i ll.eiiis.-les m. for lost when the welcome soiii.il ot shots and shouts , , re heard. doen men. headed b ( on-table ! H il ton, had ai iiv d ju-t in 'the nick of 'blM-. Ill', ooene.i lire on the wild .nan a- be bound, d aw a v. lie .,, ,1 ,,, b, huil.b.e. -urh was his -peed that' .tIi ,!i-;aue, ,i .-ill pur-uil. Moi" i hau aiie. Oie hired 1 1 K'ii came forth , - an i he corn hou-e. X.mler has the i ',p ot the wild man's lineer. which i- ' ' armed w lib a tour inch nail, a- a ne-inen- ! i" ! '.li ,a eiiiure. ; vtr- i uiverot i olcUrook -an tu.' wiui man i'l 'le' road ami ran lor her 111". : i hi : ol I'oiit V heeler ,,t ii:si...l ai.d ;ie ineii ate haaiiii". tor him and -bo.", him on -i dn . PURELY PERSONAL. here WatrrlMiri I'ei.j'le nri' iiitii- r.n I he s tl til Ilie :-. Mi-s Mabel S-oclvWel! i-vi-itine friends e Ihil.lill. The M --- Katie I'unti and Nelib i-b!aa.l ot New N orU ell V arc vi-i ill. ii . ou-ie. Mr- .1. I ie.ii I II, l.U l . I . N'. aa- r. t urn. from from New- re lie had be. n ..a. lite: a I. Mi-s V lb i la - v: Wa-hineton liilliaer-. ha n to li'iend- d. 'Ida -ma- -incus of thi- city left ,i- -: t ; .r c i ; ," a l rip t .. 1 -ela ;;-i. Mi M:i''C K' !1 f. 1 ! i by. w la. h.i en i-ubiu re'.a'ixe- in thi- cil . ha :;irm 'I liotif. AMUSEMENTS. i i-i-.in -!"au-t au-1 . 'will be pi'otl u ,pat a h-.ii-e 1 h ii i-i i.t '. lire. M..ii ilat 1 ,' ! U ,11 . d (oa 1 be -"... M " I '.,i 1. i i" i" la ; d follow. .1 i..n- which -.ii v i-c ue o !ii"' t and pro-it- 'iiaple- t lit- lb- l',ic etc plot to the ai, "The Tie' i'l, M.-Uenrv. a u Ni w. I ; tb.' at I ' '""i urn a! 1 1 e ef'i"." itl h-'f U-'W ICa'. I , i rl ." l b. re is ia -I mo 1 .1 I . IU! i' i i Ves Mi-s i .. .r! u nit v to mal-.e inn. in op- ini(ticr Ilre.ki-niaa Ivil'.i u i N. u:w ai t; Sept :. William ' ''Iba a. a ! - run , er i e-'erdav and hi i i ''.i'i i . i M i ii : i r til led. TIMELY TOPICS. Tenements for rent by Owen Woods. The Knox hat is sold only by Gilluior, the batter, m Waterbury. Twenty-five first-class eanvassprs wanted. Apply to Mr Crofut, at Cooley house. Iloffniin house restaurant and bar for Bale. F.Iks' chain lost. Liberal reward for finder. Tbe Miller ,fc Peek Co have prepared for fall with a full line of seasonable goods. Klaubets art, a sj o.-iaity this week. Tor the tuxt f.-w days Damon & Shippv 1 will sell men's russet shoes at a big Baori- fice. U-tid the list Incretisint; iiusiness has forced the Credit ciolhlnr; Co to enlarge their store. Cull ami seetntm. ...... ... . . T , Fnir deahpci is the mlii at .T. M Rnr.,11 ,t Oo's. That's how they are masiug so t.-n - , , -, ! AlTuu 1 1 t? ' ... -u.u uiB o ui umuama is attract- . iou the. attention of Waterbury. The' nriees thttv onote ar nmisnnllv low " i l -s". Jones. Morgan 4 Co have a very fine at the lowest u rices in Wnlorhnrv H M ,w tIS .sJ 11T C! - a U T..: . i ii, ni nuKk iii ouuiu iuuiu sir re wou"1 to see you. I ir;n T7 r r:i i n. . - . i " 111 KX wnpi toe uomina- tion? Ke&d hia new adTM in the Dio- Qrjjjjjg Goods We are showing full lines of every- thing pertaining to MOCRMNQ MILLINERY GOODS. Thin week we desire to oall special atten- tion to our display of mocrning Hats & Bonnets As we now have the largest and most varied assortment ever shown in the city MOURNING VEILS in duq'i veilisg, silk, and face veils with fancy loardera. . CHASE, fcZxchtSnoe Place. f 3 TT 3 T SfCJUU naUU JilCyCltS. j T ,; , T ,,, To . , Lilies' Sia-cial. used 4 weeks. Ladies' t,eiil. used 6 weeks, La !,' ohimbia. fjet.ts; Viet.-r. : s D:i S8 0U oO 00 IS 00 aj-n iis.oii t niiiTu tviThorMnrtA cat (i,,nts' i.ru.iiiui st. ao.uo ; Hoy-.- (sin-ill tin" s.. i '..'."Tr" intcst linnnt jucii LE Aid I es ei . ,y K;Dl:il-'Sin th el' V- iiei airing neatly d ine R t 1 1 G; iT n ' O L-. V Si O w 119 13. 15 17. East Main at., I j The Miller I Peck Co: ElEtn3Sl"tS. ww. The chilly nights cnll thm to mind. We have been selling a grrat mDy and hop to aril a great many mora now. Price and quality are right. That's why we have sold so many. p r J UreSS OOOdS. The first early fall arri'ali. We ae showing soma hanuaome efteeU in small cueele. cheviots, bouchs, twatds mohairs and BurUlU cloth, all priors, Pluette. The best fabric mada, warranted to be nnnn-ctea by rain, mud or salt watar Ask to i-ee tb diffrect ijuditias. What the Eoy Wears. Good enough for htm means a jrnod tW.l Hi e'.rmentK unlit stand hardt r w r t!iu hia t-iiher'n; W have that kind oad jou can save jour money also. Children's Reefers. Vv'hat they want before they get their win: r ct ats. The pilot ft are ao little thai i; wol t psy tij lert ttje children feel c'lilly At 3fic, 2' pi-cts 40 inch changeable 0 vt-rer., great valae. tadies' Separate Skirts Everybody now sells skirts at reduced oilers bnt they are Ktirrally odds and i-nds. ll.-r y u will find Doarly as large a stock as .my time thin rnwiou and at p.-ice about half the usual. They mul all gO. Table Linens. The a in c.aniak at 75c and 8 )0 bus t'.iuir. iiLit d to 5 pieces, nhich won't last oyer two or three djs In all our rx- pfrieitcp v.-e nver saw such linen At IbV, Sttnit -thing ni'W in Otl'.itlB fl.n- I n' U "atidsotne assortment of patterns. The Miller S Feck Go LACE CURTAINS. A"' no longer an extravagance. Of coarse , the giz- of th p oofce tbook baa a graat daal to tlo with the style of Curtain selected, but onr Curtains are all in good tasto and i in accord with the prevailing style, and j whether you pick out a pair costing 1 75c or $75 Y in are sure to have the best it is possible to retail at that price. We are showing a lare anti ccmipreu.eiii.ive line ot NOTTINGHAM LAGE, BRUSSELS NET. IRIM t-OINT. OA I IN Y PHRTAINR i ; 1-f.YPTIBN I n P JA MU8LIN CURTAINS. Ir White, Ivory and ' W 11 tilt II 1 I aiu Ecru liolorirtg. The L. F. BAASE CO., 15S to IPS GiiAND Street. KELLY Hs his hay all in and drops the price of , WH-itiburQ-CrosbT Co to 4 30 ' . , If you give my man an empty barrel. . . - .. This s all old flour and U will make mere bread, whiter bread and lighter 3 if. 1 , - -. . ; ' ' "",,.7" i f P " , , HLHntml. diiieatiblc and sweet bread. KELLY v . j Tl j WPf Jtlfl FrmAT kidmore 49 to 53 South Main Street. k TELEPHONE 154-12. Do not miss an item in this each one. We offer the following at about half what the goods cost to manufacture. Among these goods, will be the following: 1,000 yds all wool colored urab and other colors at ISc a yard, tiood value at 08c to 4oc. 9Si yds of "Sanitary" diaper, i5oo:varcl, usually sold at oc and j 983 yds of furniture cretonne, lounges, chairs, curtains, etc, at '20c. 78-4 yds of fancy outing flannel ;i yard. Eifty doz of pieced towels, suitable for shop or common home use at 5c each usuaiiy goij for i oio 1,350 yds of yard wide blue heavy print goods, usually sold for i v;c a yard, bold Aa ib at 4c Skidmore k Turnbull. CHILDREN'S WEEK. This week we have reduced the prices in our children's department. Parents should avail them selves of this opportunity. The sale in this depart ment will last but one week so don't miss it. White. LUCY ! 11G State Street, j New London. SHOE DISTRIBUTORS, WARNING! Or if you plce your orders or make any contract before you see our beautiful fall line and get cur prices you sim ply lose money. Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Stoves, Ranges and everything necessary to finish the house com plete. r:r'F.HTAKTXO nEPAKTMF.XT-All the latest Funeral Fnmlchlno. t ..lt f,,, Prn,t Vllonlinn Itmi.nnnhln itrinea Vinl.t r.iu itrnmrll. - , District Telegraph office. 6 East Main street. Boston Furniture Co., Mammoth House Furnisher and Undertakers, 111 SouLtli Eauin Street. Cash Or Easy Terms Of Payment. M. Bergin &, Sons, 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 contained in the one building. Gor So Main S Scovill Sts. jpe Telephone. A night clerk. Am bulance on call. ow is tlie Time" TO Et'T Sageafs Bed Bug Killer ""SA SURE KILLER, Nugent s Boach Extcrmiaator ' e Will guarantee Or refund Any physician's accurately com- the lovest prices in Nuflent's Pharmacy, Oobsbb of South IIaix & Soovn.1, Sts John F. Fallon, Manager. k Tnrnbull. "ad". You can save money on twilled flannel in navy, scarlet short lengths, at 3ic and -tc a a yard. j iust the thins- for coverine 7c a yard, usual price 12-ic to at 5c a yard, usually sold at 10c a yard. SHOE Store. & HTZGEKALD, 88 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn If vou do not take atvantage of our SPECIAL August Sale W. J. SPAIN, UNDEKIAKEB. E. T. Turner I Co While this weather rnges nnd work is worry, every man who attempts to do any thing is surrounded by about seven othors who watch him do it. They say that such a fashion is peouliar to Amerioa, and it certainly is our fix. About every other establishment in the town has snccntnbed to the weather and finds its only occupa tion in watching us work. For their amusement and the public's benefit wa propose to keep pushing as long as the Lord gives ns strength and onr bnyers give us Bargains. White domet flinrjel, the 8c quality, at 3Je a yd. All linen dish and hand crash, we say all linen, at 3Jo a yd. Large sizn Turkish bath towels 36x20, reptilar 12Jo goods, at 80. 1 case 10-4 white crochet quilts from 75o to 69o each. SEE OUR SOUTH WINDOW. Lawns, dimities and organdies from 12 J and 15c, at one price GJo. The best 12o outing flannelette at 7Jo a yard. Remnants of black and colored dress goods at half prioe. some rare values at this ceunter. 6 pit eps blue and blaok storm serge, from G'J to 6O0. Tjt-t of fancy silks for waists and dresses, all this season's goods, worth from 75o to 1 00, at one price. 43o a yd. A few left of silk chiffon jabota at 2o ea.h Dress trimmings at3o a yd. 12 colorings all wool ou inoh flannels, splendid roods the regular prioe of which 13 GOo, at 33o a yd. IJN'ENri, f3 inoh cream table damask, vt ry One and beautiful, has sold for and it wcrtb R So, at 4'Jc a yard. 72 inch blaacbad table damask, really worth 1 00, at 69o a yard. 72 icrh bleaohed table damask that can not be matched for less than 1 25, oar tale prioe 8U0 a yard. E. T.Tumer & Co.