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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1895.
JURORS IN THE OELFRY Entire Court Visit the Scene of the Church Murders. THEODORE PUEANT'S TKIAL BEGUN District Attorney H n-Tif j f!-.y In Ills Open ing AtlJrss .that tlia Mate Is Prepared to Sbow That tho Voting Student Com mitted the Crimea Ho Is Accused Of. SAX FkaxoTsco. Sept. 4. Tho trial of .Theodore Hiii'u.il was begun. Tho court room was iTiw! ".I to hear tho opening statement of iJi-ariot Attorney Uarnes. At tho request u theuolcaso all witnesses in the case xvco cvlu.ied from the room during i he address. Though thi eot'.asel for tho defense said they xvo.ild bo wilii r.s t.i have lhe Blanche Lament and Minute Wiiliams cases tried jointly vh"rt tho di.s'rha attorney referred to the finding of Minnie William.;' body, tho defendant's couu.sei objected to tho in troduction of anything relating to tho Williams nuinltr. which, ho said, was tho basis for a separate action. Tho court said ho would permit reference to tho dis covery of tho body of Blanche Lament. At tho Rtijt s,'i-s; ion of tho defendant's ttiiruey ike court ordered thut after re- TJi:oooi!E nnnANT. cess tho jurors, iho defendant, the judge, the oflicial stenographer in !i;.r;:-. of tho case aad the siuviu visit tho scene of tho murder. Tho emirtro rai v:n thron.iod. Thtrnnt was drossod with especial euro. A dainty Cower graced ! ho hut lapel of his black coat, his pray trousers were carefully creased, ami his ten shoes were brightly polished. His father an.l mother were in court. District Atti rn.y l.-.rnes. who made the opening address for the p.rt., said in part : At tlitf. p.-!::: in the trial aud before proceeding w'.th the ' idee.ee it bo. unit s my duiy us th - re, pie to lua !,. 1 1 stat.'ir.e-:'. ; :!at ivc of t'.e peo : 11. d the epee'ne i ..e , p.e,l;:; stnte h a l'v i n in the :';. r should it 1 e ttpen the facts. v, i vrit wiili yon, . i! r.il Iji.tl: ; - merely a state- ". tii prove 1 t.e which th v v : . 1, : merit slpou liht of t, : . rojratdi as :. : I. should p , nor :-h. : nit:i:r.s i '. . : ... went of v ' r. i a stai , . intei-.d to s ' tipen v :. . h : :. a ver-.r :.; y . nwe.v he m ',. th.i'' have c-.v ' i:i i!i.i st!,; riLclare . rot iiily .-' r.: t ' r.ini o. i ' -A t . i : with il e ! : . . . . .1 ;: : 1 1 -li siaill bwc p : . - : ".; t he n ehniealitii s i i-: luir.it pru-.a-e'lill'is . 1 '; .-a -".. ::r and k!i.", 1 'a . I v o l.ve in is M.vsed ' !:i;l a .fald eifl s of IlatU".' .1 u is ftsrih, r Miw cart rise a! o- the ter::t ! envir.-r.tnen-.s that .,. r: ' . : . rl a'tt a a. I punish the ct'inte eena:.':,.i . 'a 'he tutr.r.er reanirel aad ih a a:. tle.i by ail laws, liotii hunum Uilil li.viae. It:..a !:r f.ri tsuint'a Cnrepr. We wl'l i v v i the- in the month of Fept l!.a!..''i. I.atttoat.a yeti'tij ja c.i me to Sa a la mo a! '.rl'l.ai. Mutt.. the m. hi I'.laiata f Caii . ... : .. : h.iieli. S::,' wi v.t . r f.. in: ,t.d v... ii', Mr. pirl a 1- ainr: eo i: in the ia.p ; 1 foraia na: la to resah : ' u:u! ('. - of her .- a , , c'aaa.'il in -' n si. Fho wa ; i i i , in;- aim i -. : partie", t!a ..: mem a.;; i h time she was uali Apia: . ! was nm -. a .,' :he word. .li"?'. li an- keep- ' l.a 5.C.. : attended la".' l laees , a" amtl.se ny , a ii h. r r ia; i vv s. We will ) vc :! a; Ilan. he 1 lifetime was v . li- : , i. .-ii- at in her 1 vet not well e:im. .-;: ta.ated v. a;h th.i v.as in fa- '.a X'tirunr : tna' i v.as in. t a.;' a. el companyia,.- .: I i-. lv, a: e'aua h ami prayer moi iia a be wais a caller upon Iter at her aunt's aou-e; that upon the only occasion upon which s'.ie ever wen: any where i-it!. any y, a r. ; lea l. as fa:' we are info.a, aftcruunn i: vl-itei -lie pal; one many will: i)i.r at. V.'o r ) as .. .ife fti- a MIX'S IK WU.t.IAVS AND P' ANTHi: I AMOXT. Will give you a. hi - ry i"" la r life and her movcm aits as ;, r as. we are able up to tho Hd of April, taa'a in or.ler ihat you may form a jus, uppr. riut a :: of (he character and the liatats ci tiii- u;.i",.r".:r.ate yot:ng irl. We will .ov you 1., : connection with the del aal. .a:, and w e will slv.ov ;.oa the reason why wh-n t!a muni. 'red body of l.lanche 1. annua was found in the darkened h, lay cf Fin iinul church and tho ipucstian - praa - T: ai t'.e lips of every resident of this city , i f this couiury "Who is the muiah :a rl -'' every one an swered Durant. Whu: 'tie Sin'.e Will Show. Why is it that tho state answers that ho Who was responsible for the slaughter of this yaana; lite is illla'ii Henry Theodore Durant; lV.irr.ut, miee the friend of Jilalielie l.an,.au; llurant, once in charge of tho Siimliy Sri;, ,d lihraiy; Durant, inco lassl.aaat si.jaa inteiiilent. of tho Ihnae.ual Se.ai'.uy .-vho,,'.: Durant, once the eleearicluu v.'l:o laiav the ins and outs of iho giaat 'uu.'i'.iing: Durant, once the handy imiii and ,;a, li of ail trades at tho church, and ncev Durant the prisoner and on trial for Ids life:-" We shall show Durant':: connection with the crime and slir.il demonstrate, by irrefutable aud un- 0. v! 1 unswerable evidence tfiat lie ana no alont committed the murder. If wo show you these facts, if wo show you that Dtirant mot this ill fated pirl on the day of hor death; that lie accompanied her to tho church; that he was seen to enter tho church with her; that he was seen aftorward in tho church clone; that illancho Lamont was never seen again by human oyes from tho mo ment when she entered tho portals of Kmanuol Baptist church with the defend ant; that iu tho church wero found her dead body, her clothes, hor schoolhooks showing that 6ho had never boon homo and that eho had gono straight from her eehool to her death; if wo show you, as wo confidently expect, that no one but tho prisoner could havo committed this out rageous and horrible crime, we Khali look to you as citizens of the great state whoso reputation for justice and for enforcement of tho luwe wo, as its oiUcers aro trying to uphold, to lender your verdict that tho prisoner at tho bar is guilty of murder in tho first degree. BROOKLYN BRIEFS. The funeral of Hubert J. IMcOi'.tth i oak place from his late residence on Kiveia-ide street at 2 o'clock this after noon with services at St l'ai rick's church aa! interment in ( alvary cemetery. Tin1 pallbearers, all members id' rimmix I'-u-a'iueCo. ,. 1, were William Keiaran. ti.b.u McCarthy, .loltn F. Walsh. Mat thew 1 !in!, John lloiran and William -cully. The company lias appointed .loltn' Wright, Ktlttaial Williams and 'iilin WaWi as a commitee to draft suit able res, dui ions tube picscnuul to the parents of the deceased. IlcMilcnt s of South lJivorsido and Simon streets are luivine- a jolly time over the order of the court of common council, recommendl'iii;' that sidewalks e laid in front of their premises. Al ready some of the property owners have complied with the order and others have have arranged to commence lite work ai an early dale. As usual on Mich occa sions, a lew have not taken the Mii;hlct am ice of the order and unli ss someone el- alii i-tba-e panics the place i;l be :u as bad a cotalt'. ion lhi year as ev, r. ! 'ho ft reel inspector -humid keep a strict lookout for the law dale, and if the par lies show !'o stilus of muvine; in the mat a'rat that time, it would be the proper ihinsr for him to start in to do the work and cbare'e the expense to ;he nblit'.ine; iaopettv owners. The Italian people are considerably .vorked up over the projiocd law ""ivitifl .lie olice the power t o search 1 hi an lor . anccahd weapons. if the orditiaiHC "ti he put into force it w,iil belhe means 1' tairieiena' the cily treasury to the uiotinl ol-e-, oral Iminlred dollars i he first a ne a it it- after il be.a:ie opera! ivc. tor t is s lie to a-sei! that almosi every man if thai ela.-s of people have from live to en ibtlereni kinds ot deadly weapons in tiur.U ami rarely eeruoes oni of the a ai-e wiiliau; on, 'of I lien: iu hi- pocket, .ii li.ii.in v. ho ha- lived in W a'.erhurv a a aal , : of i ears and wli.i deplores the . lei a;s teuileiu'ics of his em 1 1" " mi n in ':'- i i;y once to!'1, a r.'p.ir'.er of the I km i.'VI'ihal '.here was ma euoueli .,w in ,ie I nit.., I to prevent Italians .ran larrviiii; w eapons ot" otleuse. for he id. I hex did not consider themselves wloUii tliem. M,e! of tin la. he w ouii! not liiink of eo'am to bed a; ph'.-ii'.e" a eup m within ea-v .lb- a .all. CARD OF THANKS. 1 v.a'-h t , r, a a rn my thanks t,i the . ixia-ib's he , :nrl .v, s nvre, Pi,, ': ll-i ,,! : a.. .I,.,.., I meat am. 1 ; jlKl.iUIT L. TAVI.or. CARD OF THANKS. 'r ,T. T. l'lirn. Superintendent. C ar -ire i. i ne un.l.'r-; -ae.l. desire to ' 1 I -' e i r a v isi": , a.'.e p v I, ar.d: .e x.e,r.'i-li'a:i 1 .:!' Ilisia- .a, e e amaav ,,t v. i r U. . i y. Mir a i fMi ! : .. - r a i t ' ; .' me i !,e - a i r ', t ' ! 1 1., ; . .- : i 'vniien- I ail m a i al ee , a' : he .1 , ,e . -1. a ii ai :ii' 111' ;' i a i.ae a: ,. I i, . ,e ': a. a , i. i I ' Mala I. !'.. tl, -e a a'"','; ia-ar niee. where , beap ra'es, reiia ..:' "'"1 1 r nil u .-s .-, i ., t.' an i uie I, 1 .al .:nae. 'p. aal I . a i i 1 1 . 1 v re" la metal e let;'e,eli;.in ot New- York. i.aie JiKinuFT McM.XIlON. i .'s r!l!'"ri.FVATIH!l)L'KY ss rilOBATE J ' t ()L li 1'. s.a ; a. is.f,. 1 (a i hit A. SBver.s lato f 'A terl HI V !l: said district, decease.. i.e ee.a,t a- haMiig evlitbiled his ml" a. a :si i at i-ai .meoum wi: iu aid e - tate to this e-, , : i'i f, a- all ovance. it is Ordered. That the a ill day if Sept, . . I .' a : ,.'cl ck in the I 'lenooa, ,u the l'r 'bate oil " iu Watm-bury. be and the same is as-ijsuie.l lor a hearing on the allo'.van e of -aa! a Paiaistration account, wild -aid esiale. aa! t!i" Court iluects t lie executor to ae a 1 pels as in'cr, -'ed :iier,.;n p. appear at said time and place, by publishing ; hi oi a ui some p wspai'er published ui .Sew Ha ,e county. an, having a eirculaiion iu said liy Drder of tho court. James J. Cassik. Clerk of Probate. i.port of tbs Poard of Compensation Tiie ! .aid . f com peps, op .n in tiie tnai t.-r f 1 ,.p. ai - and llamas, s ,i; isij,g !'r. an l lie lay. an , 1 asaia.:; on .stree: ei n ha la-.. :a , ; aid Pa Mi a -1 reel, made r- -p, a : as-. n, a a 1 ietcieraiiluue lira tin-city -a v,atia i'Ur pay '"rn, Ii of the following name,! per, ps jIt fail a' all daiaaa'es ac.a-aiag to tin in by i,'a soa of t; . pro; ,-e,t pauli,. iiuproveineat ilie sums wtliica leppe.-iie tneir names, rc.-pee-l i o 1 I i we: .lame- oali. .'..'.i; yfr- M.A.T.ouglierlv.$5.iio Caeer .school ,bstri,-:.;-.vc: Waterbury lhieklo Co. !: .b,a,e- i'iyru i: A a i . ha: e.c a oi i ii - fo!i,avi'',g named ,.r s"i" pa to lie cily .a XViperiairv. br the belli 'it- ipg to II',,. ill, "lai eael! f :hem. 'ne pr.p public iiapr. .v.-i aeut. the -nasi, :;p.,ai opposite tin :r iu.:ic.-. re-pce-tix. v. f wi: : .lap ,es Wall. $l.'ua: Mrs V. A. "n.au-hertv. i; Ib 'he.r I llacn. .'i; r.i 'hard McCar thy, f.'si: iUte.-l Cr.-xv Th .- a, ; liaipin. t ': estate, f Ihomas D-mahue. ;:1.7-J : Jall'.es l'lvni'.. i"'a; P. W.Coauor. i.,.,0. Ai d fui'lie- as-sessing and .'etcn'.iinir.vr that the dry of Wato-bury shall build an, I r.aiintain an iron bridge over the spring of tic Xxa'erbuty Huckle company, situa'tdoi: the line of said extens: up in such h iimuiie-r a-to secure to said company all its rights nnd privileges Iu the use of the spring, tho estimate I cost of said bridge as made by the city engineer being $ixn. And I'uttiier asse.-.uig and deterniiuiiig the damages and bereilts to bp equal t i all persons and corporatioris intoroste I in 'he proposed put lie impr .venieiit. Kepart accepted au I ases. merits of t eno tltsaud diunages continued an, I adopted by tli,' cant of coimueu council. August 5th ls'j-.. Approved Augut 29th. 1.95. by E. G. Kil duff. mayor. I) images duo September 5th. isus. llenelltsdue September lath, ise.. KtciiAiiD E. Gradv. City Clerk. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. After this date X will pay no bills unless personally contracted. JosEEn Gough, Waterbury, September 4, 1895. Wants, For Sale, To Rent. TOR SALE Hoffmann Houso restaurant mid all tho furniture that is used for hotel purimsos. Inquire J. i'. Lunuy. 28 and so boovill street. "TTTANTED. Males. 2S first class canvassers " for this city and surrounding towns. Compensation bi. Call at Cooley houso Wednesday and Thursday, bee Mr Crofut. TO KENT. One tenement of five rooms. One ..f four rooms. Inquire of Owen V oods. 60 School street. LOST. An Elks' C"hl chain with garnet eyes and head, between tho Naugatuck depot aud Mam Hunch's store. Liberal re ward for return to lomi Hank street. fO RKNT House with nine rooms, city 1 water, very convenient to factories, at Dl luvor street. Imiuire at Si Central avenuo. 'I'O KENT Tenement of s rooms rnd one of 1 4. on South Main street. Apply to J. P. Lawlor. 7 Union street. L'OR SALE The property on Spring and Scovill streets with frontage of feet on Scovill and as feet on Spring. The owner will sell at sacrifice on account of poor health. For particulars lmiuiro of Owen Woods, 66 Ischoel street "I7CENI8KED BOOMS TO RENT Aeoom r modations for transients, at No. 81 Jef ferson street. Mrs. Piace. proprietor. LISTEN!-- If you want to buy, sell or ex change second hand furniture or stove?, or x-ant to exchange your old range for a new one, come to us, we will accommo date you. See the Stamford Range before you buy. EXCHANGE FURNITURE CO. BLUE FRONT. 2S-2? ABBOTT AVENUE TURKISH BATHS. Electrical & Massage Treatment OlairojDOciis-t. 11 Spring street. corner East Main opp Waterbury Furniture Co. WANTS' If you want to sell a horse. It yon 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 you want to sell a house, lot or farm. If you want a rent, loan or a trade of any kind. If yon want anything, call on LANG & PHELAN, 28 Exchange Plao Llstriot of Waterbury. ss Probate Court ' Aug .u. ls-.i.-,. Estate o Siai-m Piiwn. lato of Water bury in said li'sTriet. deceased Tim C ,nri of Probate for t lie district of Wa ter' airy iia : h liai it ed and alb ved six months from tiie date hereof, for l ho creditors of said llsiaie i.i exliitat iheir elattns for .settlement. Tie ise who negle -t to present their accounts proi.erlv atte-ted. within said time, will be debarred a recovery. Ail persons indebted to said estate are reuuested to make immediate payment to 'J iiomas H. Havks. Administrator. NOTICE. All pprsons having bills apainr.t the town of Wnterbnry are requested to band them iu before September li, as the books will be closed on that date. Persons not handing in bills before that time will have to wait for the new year. i S.G.Kildurr "J "I A Co Accept the Nomination ? To continue to b the reliable Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers of Waterbury and Vicinity ? es. In accepting this important trust we shall endeavor to merit a coutinuance of ' the confidence reposed in us by our Cloth ing constituents in the past, and shall in the coming Clothing Campaign surpass all previous efforts in placing before the peo ple cf this city for their inspection, ap proval and purchase, the largest, most complete and carefully selected stock of Clothing in the Nuugatuck Valley. It is rather early to discuss heavy Clothing, or Clothing heavily. Watch and wait for later comvnunications on this subject. A Tip Topper. We have them in the popular blocks DuDlap, Youmans, Yonugs, and last and best for young men, the Lamaon & Hub bard. Trices are $1 25, $1 45, $1.90, S210, $2 90. $3 50. This is 15 per oent lower, quality considered, than you wiil pay elsewhere. ?- Our hats aro all Union made. E.G. Kilduff &Co, 4 BANK STREET. Forgot to mention that our BOYS' DEPARTMENT is only twice the size of any like department in the city. Motbors and Fathers should bear this in mind, and clad the future statesmen here. The prices and quality ars right. (To be continued.) WE ARE ABOUT To Enter Our New Spacious STORE 142 to 148 South Main St. Therefore we have but a few days left to reduce our large stock of shoes. To accomplish this in such limited time we have been forced to offer 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, Opposite Soovill. A few doors above wheie our new store is beisg erected. Boston Dentist, 111 Bake Stbebt. If yon think of getting a set of Teeth, whether it be a full plate, or a partial plate, call and examine the improved. Rubber and Porcelain Sets made by DK WALTERS. Silver and Cement Fillings, 50 cents and up; Fine Gold Fillings, $1.00 and np; Teeth Cleaned and Polished, 75 cents. Gas or Ether administered when desired. Office hours from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Dr "Walters. ORE. R. P1TZ0LD, Surgeon xentlt. Fine Gold and Silver Fillings a specialty. Also fine gold and BTOSf porcelain. Crown and Bridge work. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Very moderate prices. Consultation in English and Ger Kian. Open evenings. WHITE BUILDING, opp P. O. 80 Bank Street, Waterbury, Ct, AFull Line of Pishing Tackle For the fall vaoation. Compare quality and prioes. r.B.Field.OSSoUainSL Arm .a, BEST SET OF TEETH $8 Fine Gold Fillings $1 and up. Teeth filled with Silver 60o and 76o Teeth Cleaned 75e Teeth Extracted 25c Gas or Air Administered 25a We never wedge the teeth before filling. Teeth extracted without pain, by the use of Gas or Byder's Vitalized Air. GROWN and BRIDGE WORK a specialty. Rvder's Dental Parlors. Z3r. 3T. 3Li. RYDER 138 BANK STBEET. Ova Kiss Fltepatriok's Millinery Btorft. The only Dentist br the name of Ryder in the city. :-AET-: Some people consider deception an art It may be, but its an art we've no nse for. Fair dealing is artistic enough for ns. It makes new fiierds, holds old ones, and that's all we are after. J.M. BurraU&Co, "The Old Reliable." 60 Bank St. UNDERTAKING In all is branches. Telephone to D. M. Stewart, 101 Frank lin street. Messenger boy to 0. E. Seymour, 184 Maple street. ANYONE Can Dream Success. It's 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, you can buy at HEATEE'S Double Store, 26 and 29 North Main, 2 lbs Granulated Sugar, for Jl.oa Flour at old prices. B.!e per sack Walter Baker & Co Cocoa. 2oe per can Pure Tapl c". Se per lh Pure Cream Tar'ar. soe per lb. oue-qr Me Tho best print butter 2 e Sholee Table butter, none better. 22c rian G'neer Snaps. Lemon Cookies. Soda, oyster or nil k Crackers. 6e p?rlbor lbs for 2Be. With 1 lb of our Oolong or Japan Tea. worth 50c. for loc. xvlth trial order xve give a faucy decorated Tea Cin. Boston Baking Powder, as good as sold. 6 cans for l ro The best Mocha and Java Coffee. 3te per lb At our Market, we cut the best of Meats The best cuts of Porter House Steak asc. Loin 16 and isc. the best curs of Rib lioast 150. choice cuts 10 to He. Shoulder Stoik t- loo, Spring Lamb, hind iiuarters. l tc. Heater's Double Store, 26 and 29 North Main street. Auction Sale of Horses. September, 1895, at F. E. Benham's, 308 North Main Street. I will sell my fifteenth car of horss 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 arj several nice pairs, and some extra good chunks. Also some heavy horses, neigbiDg from 1,400 to 1,600 pounds. Remember 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 seen and tried day before the sale. Sale will take plaoe, rain or shine, and commence promptly at 10 o'clock. F. E. Benbam. 'A Gup of Good Tea an Inspiration." is The market offers nothing finer in this ine than the celebrated Liptou's Ceylon Teas. We hae them in five grades and consider them not enly the best, but the most economical teas in the market. We prize ourselves on our coffees, and beg to remind you that we are still bot tling the justly famous SAN GABEIEL California wines and are selling that brand ot Sherry, Pert, Catwba, Sweet Muscatel and Angelica, at 3oo per bottle. The Waterbury Grocery Co., 163-5 Bank street. Telephone 116, NOTICE TO Housekeepers We have just received a fine line for the fall trade and it will Pay You to look over stock before buying Elsewhere. A NICE LINE OF Chamber Sets Frcra $i5.00 to $i00. arlor Suits From $20.00 to $150 Everything at tho lowest prices In the market. WE STILL HAVE TIIE Winthrop Ranges Call and See LTs For OASH or CKEDIT. L. E. Lewis, Furniture Store, 118-120 So, Main St. The Automaton Piano Among the many wonderful inventions cf the nineteenth century few, if any, are destined to leave such an indelible im pression, or exercise such an unmistak able influence on the home and musical culture of the present generation. w"Tlie Self Playing riasoJ By means of a single attachment which can be fitted tj any piano, thousands of people unable to p'ny may cultivate and i fjratify their taste for music. Call at our warerooms and see and hear this wonder ful piano. 5 cro Smith Co, 17:) Punk Street. We Find Our present quarters too small for our business, the enormous fall ntock we are about to get in, co sisting of all the latest styles of overcants, suits and cloaks makes it necessary for us to oeetrjy more room, ' consf quently our store is now being re , modeled and enlarge! to double its size. Masons, carpenters acd painters are now at work tearing, breaking and building ad j ditions in the rear of our store in or Jor to 1 meet the dem nd of an increased trade. The bijrgest variety of clothing for men, bovs and children, as well as cloaks for ladies and misses, will soon be seen on our tables in all the latest makes. In the ; meantime we will sell all our medium weight goods at greatly reduced prices. $tl suits will ro for f i.ESO, $10 suits for $7 SO, $12 suits for $10, and so on. Boys ' and children's clothing reduced almost to ; half price. Pants ready made at popular : prices. Kemember wo offer you goods that were recently mails. We give you terms to pay by tho week in payments to suit your conscience. Wo are always will ing to rectify a fault if there is any. -THE- Creit : Glotliiog : Co, 62 BANK STREET. Over Ells' Book Store open evenings till 8:30. Wednesday and Saturday till 10. $3.85, Washburn, Crosby, & Go's Gold Medal Supsriative Flour, SS.S5 Per STol Buying Flour by the carload enables ns to always quote the lowest prices. TDijJniIonsr,s CASH Grocery Store, 47 Esst Maiu St. Waterbury .Conn. Naugatuck. Ansonia. Teixkpuoke 86-3