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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1895.
Silk Waists ! These Ladies' Black Bilk Waists at $3 69, are an unsolved problem. They are made ot a Rood quality of Iodia Silk, and well made, too; in fact, no reputable dressmaker would care to put them to getber for a less price than we ask for tueru. We were all but sold out, but a fresb lot lias arrived, bizes, 32, 31, 30 and SS. Black Goods ! We have a ten-piece lot of All Wool Ger man Novelty Black Goods, 40 inches wide, that would be good value at 50o. We are only asking 39o at present. May be von had better investigate this offering. Plaids ! Not as good as the Silk and Wool Flaids, but perhaps as serviceable, is a 25-pieoe lot of Germain l'laid Goods, 40 inches wide, at SOo a yard; 25 different styles, re member, and, according to our judgment, every one of them good. REID & HUGHES, BANK STREET, WATERBURY. JJaying Tools Scythes. Sporting Goods Of every description. Special prices to clubs. Vacation Sport ing goods, such as Fishing Takle, Guns. Bicycles, etc. ANY have something to interest everybody in almost every line of business. P. J. BOLAN, 90 and 94 Bank Street, Opposite Post Office. WHITE FRONT. Telephone 134. School Days Are Here. Boys will need some fixing np to get them in shape after their long vacation. We are now ready with our new stock of Fall and "Winter. Clothing for Boys and Chil dren. This department i filled to overflowing, and prices never seemed as low. Over 1.000 new suits for the Short Pant brigade, ages 4 to 16 years, prices range from $2.00 to ti.OO. extra good val ues at !?.. 50 and :.00. Our Hercules suit is made with double seat and knee, of extra strong material, price fi.50. !: For the boys, 14 to 10, who wear long pants, our stock com prises 500 suits of the best in the market, prices commence at 5.00 and up to 15.01). Coats cut single and I). B. A brief Historical Review of Waterbury. from lsS5 to 1S05. can be had for the asking. Tones, Morgan & Co, Clothiers. Hatters & Furnishers, 96-98 BANK ST. CITY NEWS. Special forecast for Connecticut: Fair slightly warmer on Tuesday. An eiijhf horse power boiler and en- trine for sale cheap. Apply at the Dkmo cii.vT olliee. " j .lames Ejjan of New Haven brother of ; Detective ( harlcs Kuan was a visitor in j the city over Sunday. i Allien 1). I.vmau, aged GO years, died j at his home in Prospect- this morning, j The remains will lie takeu to Hinsdale,! Mas, for burial. ! Nellie Carroll, aged 20 years, daughter of Mr and Mrs Panic! Carroll of 2H tiidge street, died this morning. She was a sUior of .lolni ami Timothy Carroll, and Mis Panicl KalVerly of Hank street. .T. II. Mulville. the undertaker, lias been awarded a diploma by the Indiana College of Kmbalming, and liis creden tials arc neatly framed and on exhibi tion in liis show window. Chief Snagg requests the presence of every company otlieer of the lire depart ment to-morrow night at a meeting to he held in the council room, at S o'clock, to make arrangements lor the liremeifs parade. Panicl Oalway. the sixteen months" old soli of Mr and Mrs Kiehard (ialvvay. 15 Magill street, died Saturday evening. Tin- funeral took place at 2 :o0 o'clock this afternoon with interment, in St .Jo seph's cemetery. Three Waterbury ball player? arc now with the St l.ouis team. Roger Connor, I 'rank Ponalme who joined the team to d.iv and doe Connor, Koger's brother, who has been playing with Augusta and who joined the St l.ouis to-dav for third base." Henry Han ford, formerly of lran i'ord and now a resilient of .laekson Mreet.hada critical operation performed on his face Saturday afternoon by Poelot's lrovvn and I. ope. A large tumor had grow n under the left eye and the only hope of saving the patient's lite was by removing it. Mr llantoid i iiiite an old man and it is feared that he will not survive long. There is likidy to be considerable liti gation over the Bridge! llo-ey estate be fore it is settled. Administrator l.yueh presented his account ill the probate court this mornii'g and it was contested by Attorney .1. 1-. Addis of Now Milford representing Mrs Richmond and Mis I lougherty of New Milturd. .ludire K. I'. Cole appeared for the administrator. The hearing is going on this afternoon. The funeral of V. I.. l'.eainlioii to d. place from his late residence. South Main street, at 10 o'clock t hi morning, villi service at Hall Memorial chape! an I hitcriiicm in h'ivcr-ide" cemcterv . I'he pallbearers were: K. . Pudle'v. Robert K. ;ivcnwood. Orrln C Mis. W iUiaiu Tv ack. Krne-i .1. steer. C. I!. Klmor. 'I'he itinera! ..bscqine. were im pressie and include. I sinking by K-v Mr llo!li-!er and the M. ...r. I'n: i. i'ripp mid t.r cnwoiid of tin' . i. i . A. t 'a-ey A Kei.l. who conduct a saloon :.I .V.i I s.uttli Main t re. t at e in 1 tick out into n.neh l.irer i . !'!)... 1 : . le; 1 i ro:a Amiim;:;-i at or .1 ' . 'oT.ri.-n t!,.. M;mi,- K !i:..-.;v liuild'.ior ' :i s.mth Maoi -tree! an I v l'.' '! p..s.,..sj,in about September la 1 lie, will eoniiiiei a wholesale and iv lail liquor house. The upper -lories oi i lie building V ill be used lot hoiel lull -I" . It Is toe illl.iil loll ol I a-i V lit id to put in lixiurcs c.-t ing --1 o.t 'im. ! hey w ill -till conduct lui-';m a: ; 'i. o!-1 man' ie . FATHER DOWNEY. N.. tin. 'it of If- lNin..vil to st Pat, UK's t'hurrli, tiiirttunl. Last Sunday Rev.!.. I. I ov ley of ;1, I auuaeu (at e ( 'oneett t"ii :ir'!i wa eial' iutormed l the Rigln le v I ; i -I i. ) I'ierne. ot bis appointment :i- a--Kl.-n-,i t iear i .eii.ral .1 . .. Mi.lcali. pa-lMi 'I s; 1'a. i ie!,'- - ,ari-li. I !a i ; 1 , i. i '.n !a r l"Wlic w a - : , 1 t b.e nin-i popular , i ale-that e er labored among ' ::lio.i,-, ! at "t bin . a n.'. la- t en :o a ! i- a -oi; ol mttcli regret in rtrn utem'-cr of t ':-. e, uig l egal i, e; . baiber 1 ou m y was born in state ford and c 'I nine I iced ll i- col iegiat - -t ud:-'-a: st .b.!m' college. I ordhaiu. N. .. a.nd later spent hmoui- at Montreal. In 1 s 'no entered Mount si Mm - -' iu- llial . 1 1,1 it i tool c. w here be ,: o dailn : t i;t 1 iri'i ml er. Is;, by hi- citiiucmv. t ardinal .l.nie, - ( .ibbou-. !!- i:r-i I'oinlnienl wa- a! tile se.ed lb-a;l '...'- i-b. llridgeport. Alter a lew vom-- la w a- t ra u-lei red to p.mbury. remaining I he, e about I lire v ears, w hen he was re Iraiisferred to Ilridgi'porl. this time a-a-si-iatit to Re Father Criiumcns of st Aiigustines. n ls'.i; be w as appoiuied as-i-iant to Father Muleahy at the lin niai ulate t ouccption church. Fat her powney's, nc essor has not jet been named, lie will leave Walc: iiury the latter part of the w eek. CONNECTICUT INDUSTRIES. Summary of Hit tV.'.'lilv Ttt'Cor.l in a Wry llusy M:ito. Tilt' .siiinniiiry d 1 he ( 'oiiiim'ivinl Krcord for the ciinvnl '"Ki:is hdlfws: 1 1 -: 1 1 t'-lilli' s:ilfs--.ev ll.ivcii :md Vcs IImm'H 17. liridirt'imrt Hurt ford l'J. Wiiicrt'urv -4. M"i idfi i. 'v Hiii.-iiu I. Middli'luu n .". Noruirh 1. Xrw l.uii Inn Aiisniiin 1, Dcriiv ti. Mii'llim 1. Ilrill cM:ll' HH'll unit's i w il:lt'll :ind si IImvi ii si i. lirid.'port :!J.l 17. Hnrtforil .-:tl .-.'no. nn' i luirv "'J.'!.'.' IK. M.-ridt'ti sll.."7.". New llritiiiu S7.:!Ht. Middlcliiwn Nlt.'.KMi. Ncrwii h '."HI. i' London x.l.tiOO. Ansonin ..'. 17r.. D.'il.v ss.-.,:;nii, li,'lion ssi.-.o. Tlif loi:d niiii)!x'r ol s.ili's lliis tcU i SS :is t'oinp:ir'd with lr.ll for tin- jiri-ci il inir wi'rk, ;md tl'.i fori'orropondinj; vc-k la-l i ,ir. I'hi' totnl of ri'i ordi d niort Siii's is S17 l.'.IKt. iiirn'mst s;!:;i.'JJi! thi' pn'i 'rdin k :ind 'J0J.."7,'i for corrcs pondiiiLC wi'.'k Ins; i-;ir. 1'orihi' loin spondinir wi'i k hist year Ni'W I l:t vt-ii reported -J sah's. Itriilin--port lit. Hartford!). Wat.-rlmi v .!. Man dril 7. New Jii itain 5. lidd'lcto n 1. Nor walk S. Suit Against Traction On. Tho suit wliii li wits brouirhr affninst the WiitiM-hurv Traotiun ' sumo vvi-cks :lo by .ludc Boot for SlO.tHHI for iu jurii'S su-tniiH'd to Amelia iuiiipii r vvns w ithdraw n ov ins; to mi error. To-d.-iv Constable Kjjan served new papers for S10.IHK) on Secretary A. M. Young of the Traetion Co. 'I'he suit is returnable the tlrst Tuesday in October. Dillon, the grocer asks you io t'dnk about it before buying groceries else', here than at his store. FOUND DEAD IN BED. The Man "Wlio Ilscverert Ex-Gm'eraor lorrit. I'li.-onsciotis in HisOttlce. Xf.w Havkn, Sept 9. Algernon II. Morse, aged it years, w as found dead in bed at his home 210 Crow n street this I morning, lie was apparently as well as I usual last night, and death is supposed to have been the result of an attack of heart disease. The deceased was an ox pert accountant and a well known busi ness man. lie was the first person to thai ex-Covornor I.uon U. Morris uncon scious on the tloor of his olliee when suf fering from the attack of acute apoplexy w hicii resulted in his death a few days ago. Yoinii; Man lrowiiiMl. IlATiTTOlii). Sept '.'.Abraham Salami, a native of Arabia. 22 years old. was drow ned ill t lie Connection river at K: s! W indsor hill jesterday. He leaves a wife and two children in Spriiiglield. Mass. The Censor In Kusaia. Professor Nikiticuko's memoirs fire likely to be interesting. Ho was former ly nt the St. Petersburg university, and gives some account of the ways of the L-cusor in Russia. The censor onco sent for the writer of a dream book, and asked him why he believed that the stars had an influence on men's lives. As the author could give no satisfactory ex planation, the book was condemned. The censor Jelagoff ordained that a pas sage in a book on Siberia, stating that dogs were used in that country for drag ging carts, must be cut ont. "because this statement had not yet been indorsed by the government. " Some years ago there was a cattle show at Warsaw, and a Polish paper spoke about the Mecklen burg cows to bo seen there. "It would be bettor if you said Span ish," said the censor. "May I ask why;" "Don't try to humbug me, sir. Yon wore thinking of the grand dnkes of Mecklenburg when you wrote that, and they are related to our dynasty.'' Paintings also are subject to censor ship. The painter Alehiinoviez painted a picture called "Advice From the Laud lord," iu which some peasants were rep resented going to the lord of the knout. The censor said, "Peasants must not ask advice of their landlord, but fret it from a government oflieial. " When Alchimovicx called his picture "Engag ing Laborers, " lie was allowed to ex hibit it. Realm. The Cmidiiotor Wis Polite. A friend of mine who has inst re turned from Italy, where he has been I wandering for several luout l-s, told me an amusing story with i jranl to cue of those railways that !isture the high j p'l.i. cs of that dcMghtl'ul 'entry, though j doubt h ss to tli ' lazy ncd the invalid ! they are a hlcs-ir;; and a boon. Mv fi'"id was sca'id iu cue of the ears near a Ft out Knglish m;tren as they : m.i'.io iho a-cent i t' a c. it.uu mountain. "And wia, re should we go. conductor, j if the l tako would u -t worL." asked the .-tout lady in vile Italian. The conductor couj tt oasly explained i that iu such circumstances there was a secot.il brake, a dnj hoate i-'afeguard, i which might ! reli.nl upon in such an j anIHo'ly emc :vc-v y. "And w!i,".c should we go, conductor, if this see, -nd b: a!o- w, u Id not work-" I reiie:.;ed the persistent .-tout one. "Ah, madam. ' n plied the official, with an ininr. table shnir and smile, "th'i! would d, in ml on what cur lives had 1 in n. " Slo ;ch. ; Spider and Slrcl Ttiread. j It is not generally known that, pize for si;v. a thread of svidcr silk is de cidedly tiu!ier than a bar of steel. An ordinary thread will bear a weight of tin grains. This is iust about ,r.,, rr c out stronger thnti a steel thread of the b..t:ie th.ekmvs. AMUSEMENTS. "(Ullell,)." l.ouis .Imnos is ill he -mi at the opera ll i'l-elllis exeliillii ill "I liheilo," sUr. r-ii!id'd 1'V a ,-tro:: company. I'.ei.i I ! !or.'iii"-i nt. rivati n pi e-. ''nl at '. r ot Hi- -eh..o! ol robust lr;ipMi.i;i-. Mr .lann s lias no superior in point of r, pute or prospei'i s, anion:; the acini's of lh" nalie sia-e. His exalted po-itioti ha hi'i n attain. 'd lliidiii;h li-ri iiil ".'ills ol person, temperament and ecuin- and tin onel, one ot t lie nio-i exaeiili:;- eoiii -. -ol training ilia! ever developed talent--. Follow in is the ca-t of characters: Ml.elio. Mr .lames ; I:io-0. M. l.uv l.ind sley; (ass'io. Mr MiUjatn llarri-: The I Male. Mi- .l is Harrison ; Hrahaniio. Mr Hai ry Lanplon; t;rat alio. Mr iliiam Hunt: lloderiiro. Mr 1 homas ( oilin o,.ke: 'oniaii... Mr Wilt rod North; l.odoieo. Vr Kiehard Wait-; Antonio, I .or i.coiio' loueii; .vie-sener, tr uarii-s i en ey : i ie-,ie na. .mi- Alma Ivruuer; Lnulia, Miss Aplire Kcinlricks .lames. "Wain;.". "Want:." wilh a lare conip.-iny of six ty people and t w o carloads of scenerv drops and properties, will lie the attrac tion at 1 he .laeiiu s on Tuesday eveniii"; Aiiiouu: t he novel leal ures of ' the much 'talked about comic opera Wall",-'" are a banjo chorus, rendered by ten of the cleverest and prettiest 'u-is in the com pany: a ipiainl and taking- chorus of mn serv rh lies L;iv en by several eliarmiii". liltletois, none of w lioin is over seven years old: a ianie-e wedd'ui-; cereinoiiv , reproduced accurati ly in cverv detail: a steam launch and a loyal liaise lloalinsr anions Krcn. h lneii'-of-wnr at anchor in t he harbor ot lianukok: and a r'ally wonderful elephant, v hose method of metiin"; away with a four-gallon irlass of beer is a nivslerv to the audience. TIMELY TOPICS. Everything in the line of men's furnish ings can be found on the Miller and Peck Go's counters; at lowest prices, too. I. Chase, the milliner, is getting ready for the fall opening, and novelties are ar riving daily. Business with the Credit Clothing 03 Js good all the time. Good goods at Js7 prices and on reasonable terms is the cause. Stalls for st en Eccth Main street. Kamak has a large line of school sup plies. Get your slates and penoila there. Children's - -School Hats - - Have received our special attention this Heaaon, and as a result we are showing an unCDuiUly large line. But in this "ad" we wth to call jont attention particularly to a lot of children's PL.MD TAM O'SHANIEB CAPS. Eegnlar SOo caps, bnt onr price will be 39c each. This is a special price for this special lot, and should be taken early ad vantage of. . CHASE, Exchange Place. Second Hand Bicycles. T-nili.-.' T.r,.-.11 lMom.-.il $:15.00 3S.0t 35 oo 30 00 15.00 20.00 20.00 2S.00 3S.00 311.00 Ladies' Special. used weeks. Ladies' peoiiil. used t weeks. Laities' Ilaitfoid. Ladies' 0 himnta Swift, Ladies' ('olumbia. Cents' Victor, Uents' Hartford. Gents' Feat hoi stone, Gent' Lymlhurst, ihis tsiiuin iirci G.iiu And lots of others. I.arcest line of BICYCLE XI NDKIES in the city. Ketairlne neatly done. D. B. Wilson's 13. 15 17, East Main St., Jioys' (small tin 6.110 The Miller & Peck Co Men's Furnishings. You can find everything here necessary to a man's wardrobe. Business Shirts Dress Shirts, Working Shirts, Collars, Cufis, Night Shirts, Underwear, Suspen ders, Hosiery, etc. We have looked the market over very thoroughly to get the best for the least money. Think jou will find it here First counter to left. French and English Pattern Suits These suit patterns were imported di rect by us only one of a kind and there will be no duplicates This means that you can have an entirely different dress from your neighbor. School Time Is here. We have the greatest variety of fancy mixtures and plaids. Just what you want lor school dresses prices rea sonable. AT l.'2r. Those nmbrellas are going f ist They are 2t' inch, made of Glouso twilled cloth, paragon frame, silver trimmed, ood value at $2.00 Feather Boasi Great variety, extra fell and gond length. At i:K l'.i pieces fancy French boucle in a yreat vuiirty o shadings, good value t C'.ij. Black Dress goods. Wo hi.v sncb nn endless variety that it wo. ild nupossitle to describe tbetu bere Com in hihI look. Von are welcome and it will yivt yon n, vr ideas. La Belle Crepon. We 0:11111 il give you a good idea of it on pipir. It is made up in a variety of crinkles, dashes, curves, spots aDd wrinkles Silk finished and by far the h'ir.dsouKst wash t'rio ever made. The Miller k Peck Go. Result Of The Carpat Weavers' Strike. An at'.v.mn1 of 2 1 j i per y.ml goo into oPToct, bur oiu l 'W ; ; ic. -s. -n tari.-i-s. wilt lvmain UTi'-liHiijit-.I m-.iil n.M't'-.;Tv cnnp-ls il- ! i i: al' tli iidvaiiiM'. 'i ho f-il lowing "iiv-ii-ir H"in O'o ni;uihf!i-'turors. puWlislitMl mi th.M ai'i'. T nn.l rph"Uury Tr;uU Ke-viow, N.'.'? 1 v iM ."M l.liil Ilr-i'l:": I lit- li 'r.H! m - ' riko vor. We vt ! i 1 1 , n e I ' ;ii i t will 111 ' as rap- i - Hy t is-i! io all fr.h-r n. -w vn nu luniks, but w ill ink. a dit i. iiMl ' i1its only a au ad vaii.'c "1 iht yail " This Noti. l Is Vkuy Su-Ntficant. It moans i ri v 111 ho higher, ami if yon npe.l a'r.ipT. t'uv i; now l.iio wo tvutiuue tho The L. F. Haase co Watcrburv's Great Carpot. Wall Ti or and l'fupers- Hwufu. loS-IGS (irand st Op Baptist Church TelepriODO 173. KELLY Has his hny all in and drops the price of Pillsbnry'a best to 4 75 Washbnrn-Crosby Co to 4 50 Jones' Superlative 4 25 If yon give my man an empty barrel. This is all old flour and it will make more bread, whiter bread and lighter bread, and the bread will keep moist lon ger than tbat made from new, and good bread is mightier than the sword and pen combined, because it is the Btaff of life when made on the home made plan, such as I make my New England Afternoon and Entire Wheat Bread. I make it from old floor, sweet milk and compressed yBBt, which is the only method of making sub stantial, digestible and sweet bread. J J Baker and Farmer. SKIDMORE & TURNBULL TELEPHONE 154-12. New Fall Dress Goods. Grand Opening of Our New Stock of Fall Novelties. 25 pieces 40-inch Wool Novelty SuitiDgs in an elegant assortment of colorings. When you see them and hear the price yon will say tbey are the beBt value you tytt saw at such a figure. Our Price 25c a yard. Ten pieces 38-inch All Wool French Novelty Suitings, the best variety of patterns yet shown; choice coloriDgs; would easily retail at 50o. Our Price 37 l-2c a yard. Twenty pieces 42-inch Silk and Wool Novelty Suitings; confined styles, beautiful combination of coloriDgs; one of the leading Fabrics this season. Our Price 50c a yard. Fifteen pieces 60-inch All Wool French Serge ( - note the width); all the desirabl Fall Shades. If you want value for your money, do not miss this bargain. Wa are going to give every lady a benefit by offering these goods at 50c a yard. One more attractive offering will be an All Wool Colored Serge, 45 inohes wide, in the same shades as the above, at 39o. These two bargains will pay to investigate. One case 42 inch Colored Henriettas, 20 different shades. Come in and look at them Tuesday; the price will be 17c a yard. 49 to 53 South Main Street. SKIDMORE & TURNBULL School LUCY & FITZGERALD'S Indestructible School Shoes Are the best. White Shoe Store, 116 State Street, New London. School Our Loss Is Your Gain. All old stock must go to make room for our large and ele Rant new stock. NOTE THE REDUCTIONS: Moo's xingle and donbla breasted Sack Suits, formerly sold at $10, 12 and 15, mn and will be sold at $4.87. Another lot of men's stylish Sack Snits, formerly Bold for $15, 18 and 20, go daring this shIo for $6 87. Another lot of men's and young men's Frock Suits, $15. 18, 20 values, now $4 87. Bifr Boys' Suits in neat single and double breasted patterns, regular $3 and 10 values, now $3.03 Another lot of Big Boys' Suits that formerly sold for $10, 12, 15. reduced to $4 87. Children's Suits almost given away. One hundred Single and Double Breasted Suite for boys, ages 4 to 15. formerly $2. 50. 3 00, 4 00, will be sold during this sale at 98o. Another lot of Boys' Knee Bant Suits, regular $5 and 6 values, will go quiok at $1.63. Three hundred pairs Men's I'.ints that sold $2 and 2.50, now t)5o. 200 paira Men's Pants that formerly sold tor $3 and 4 00. now $1 50. 150 pairs Fine Dress Bants, regular $5. 6 00 and 7.00 values, during this sale $2.87. Four-ply Linen Collars, regular 16c value, now 6o. Children's Hats, Men's Neckwear, Overalls, numerous other articles given away free. 9 Take Notice All purchases can be exchanged or money refunded. Remember The Number, 83 Bank Street. Rennacker & Co's Waterbury Clothing House, 83 Bank St. A. P. Cowles. Our Summer Sale Has exceeded our highest expectation. Our goods have gone freely. We now have a few remaining remnants, from which we knock off our former 60 per cent rednotion price, as we don't oare much what the remainder brings. We want them out of the way, for onr Fall Goods will soon begin to arrive. Come in and nee if you want Hats or Bonnets, trimmed or untrimmed at any price, which means 50c, 75c. !H)c and $1.98 for your ohoica of trimmed hats. We will continne onr 50 per cent reduc tion sMe on the following coods a few days longer: Crochet Cotton, Macrime Cotton, Kensington Cotton, brown and black linen Thread. Hooks and Eyes, Laoe Tidies, linen Art Thread, etc. We quote prices on values hard to beat as an examination will prove. 99 S101 So Main street Mattings! Mattings! YES WE HAVE THEM and offor si.eil prices on them to clese them out. This i the time to save monnr on Carpets as we are offering our new stock at reduced prices and also on Furniture and all departments, lte raember our Aeorn halites and Household Sewinc Machines. WUndenakins tn all ita branches and at lowest prices. Night Calls answered at Dls riet Teleeraph Office. TWINING & Co. 188-170 South Main Street School 88 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn School E. T. Turner k Co Strong Inducements. H Tbat s what we oner you to trade with us. New goods arriving all the time, and our own low prices on everything. We can save you money. We know it. We know it. Three big floors crowded jam full of goods, and every dollar's worth sold under price. You've got to come to us. To come gracefully. See What We Offer To Morrow. Yard wide unbleached cotton, at 3Jo yd. G-4 bleached pillow case cotton, worth 12o, at 7Jc vard. 18s, 9-4 brown sheeting, at 12Jo yard. Good quality Turkey red table damask, the 3'Jc kind, at 'J;c yara The best grades Turkey red table dam ask, worth 50c, at 31o yard. All linen crash for hand towels, fine twilled goods, 22 inches wide, worth 25o, at Ho yard. 50 dozen buck towels, hemstitched ends, large size and very heavy, worth 33o, at 23c each. All linen damask table spreads, fanoy borders, worth 75c and 80c, at 593 each. Lonsdale cambric, at 8J.0 yard. All summer lawns left over, at 5o yard. Men's Madras and negligee shirts, from 50o to 37Jo each. Lot of Uambnrg edges, worth Oo, 7o and 8o. at 3Jc yard. Ladies' Swim embroidered handker chiefs, beantifully embroidered effects, worth 121c, 3 for 25a. Ladies'' Swiss embroidered handker chiefs, the greatest value ever shown, at 17o each, at 2 for 25o. Ladies' pure linen hemstitched handker chiefs. 2 for 25o. Extremely fine, all linen, hemstitched handkerchiefs, worth 25o, at 19o each. 60 gnaga ladies' hose, high grade goods, never sold at less than 37$o, at 25c pair. Ladies' fine French lisle thread drop stiton hose, in tan only, worth SOo, at 26o. Lot of childs' underwaista, worth 33o, at 25o each. IE. T. Turner & Go. A