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TTATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1895 T I , aUttl, 11 yl -rt y jOi jesSk nun 9 I .13.1.1 I tt.i t t-. .. . . , ... A Dress Goods Special. In our north window c;m In- seen a In rue va iety of some of of tho latest conceptions in Fall Dress (ioods. The goods are all wool, the products of American industry. And for style and appear.ince vie closely v. iih si. mi' of the l it host imported fab rics. The lo includes roui;h effei ts. heather mixtures, mohair creponnts. illuminated diagonal cheviots, boucle plaids, satin bar plaids and figured annures. For the price this is positively the be.-t line evi r oilVivd in 1 1 1 i ( ity. Choice 49c yard. 3 d Floor, Upholstery Dep't. Our in" .rillnii-n' Da;- ;r- and I pliolsti rics. are now opt n and for em ,-s and aritt r would be a hanl matter to equal. 'I he populai in o this elegant di p r me it is too well known to need any con m nt ami it is dadv improving. New feature are being constantly added and if there is anything new in the market n general!) makes ns appearance here first. Nu merous change are to take place on tins tie previous to the holiday season am! in order to start the new lines rolling at a rapid gate we oil'i r the following special bargains for the balance of the week : Tapestry. 60 inch wido Bilk fx-ed tm"ntry, rsgn lar price fiOe. for this sile MS 60 inch widw pet i point ti.pestry. rcjiii-pno.- $1 U'l. for this sle IP, FIhid mid fniicy figured lv lei n i lush for fun ittire c v rin-, wftrrnii-.-ti fjst colors, regul-ir pnee id oO, tor this K'tle 73v- Plflin anl fimey r'c.ur. d eor.h'roy, reg ular price f 1 I'd. t.i this s.a- Tile Crush wool plii-h in all colors, regular price il "J"i, tor tins si Kic Hugs 30x60 best qnnlity Siuyr'ifi rugs, list prici- ti 50. for tins sal.. $1 ps 34x62 jute rugs, worth 2 ( 0, for this Rule S'.V 2x3 inpruin art f.piures, recul.ir price 3 Od, for this s de SI :is Ked bor.br door coca mats, regular price 7 o, for this s-de 47c Velvet cmt-t covered hissoek worth 7'ic, f.-r tins sale tsc Brussels carprt remnants 1 A jnrds lonjj, used for rujjs, ng.ilur price 70o, lor this le t)3c Pillows. 2J ll real fratiur piilows, repuiar price $1 no. lor this siie Fancy d. eiru covered sofa pillows, wide ruin., worth 7 '.c tor the; sale 20 inch pure down sofa pillows, regu lar pn-i- f 1 on for H i- i'i.l- r.i'c 4'.i (iHc Bent qn :!itv c.tri 1 1 sw.epi-rs worth $2 00, tor this s d- $1 C 'hairs. High back nntiq'i" . .lit.irtj r-nr.i chaua, rrgul.n t-i-f. j 1 -'"', .or iai Bale '.'3 win-ram s Liorhtninsr I Jars. ThT-oTn;h a I'o-.iioio. - lfsl V. O, U. It'll ! - . ' l:-te in lii. -' .- ' v.. i , th .i will . tl...... ., , -. l.llitnil: I. i ; ? - I 1 p.: ; - Ilanis. m.l , : , f r. Mi.ail.lcr. ' viz w n 1" '1 e;iS. iiln k : m T . i , i t . i . r- II. ,!-.' hei.. cue kind. CASM Grocery Store, 7 I'ist Mmu bt. Y"iiti ii".;ry.e. Nanpatuck, Anscnin. Tr.LKrno New ic Tailor te a 31 EXTRA. EXTRA EXT? A The fall and v ii tf wt'l n be u.-.-n OS. Iindl 11 teMi to CIV. ll'.e u tl f best show of in t. . i I : l in iiu cny 1 1 v.. a fine line f aid 1 cm i.:..nl t. make Suits, tiveic- aia or r.intt.. chrrfp-r and belter tlmu anv til r i: tbw ti. I am niHhii. pai t troin 4 oo np to Jin nd units froi.i to ov-rc at ! First cluas ft a.-d won in -i.::!;, uuie.: ttfd. l'ltbse don't tor;. t tbe place, R. rosrnkm 1 :: ... dyeing ronii: and .stn-i.; t-ii il v done. Keep Vein A'fc ;jb!u7lC?J rt an It.ioss I - an1 S'.iti.iT.t rv 1 nr (JTSt - ' ' 11 . .1 ' TO .M 'ir t Ch rs'tv r " : Y.-n'll in.) nr 11k -Odlf- J ,'''U'B ,"' ('""' I TZ'. "' "nr " i .-r .. -r', ' ti' " 'is Mil. ,t , . .-""-c, in:-1 t-.. VV . . npl 'y of 1' s. p ,.1 'i ! . 1 . . os etc n' f - .l 1 1! I, w 1 - !. J. II. Mu!v:"!2, 110 Ens'; St.f i n l IS U tea-- W I I .8ar u. uo)iiuiiun, in euWu mr tills f Silk flush seat antique oak rocker. regniar price 00 tor this sale $2 10 Pit tines. 1(1x20 wHte enameled framed pictures wortli tl 75. for this sale gSc Shades. ow stotdes a! -c to 50c, fo Oue lot .f window shndes all complete woith from 2 -c to 5oc, for this sale llle Curtain Muslins. Hritiled idte enrtaiu ninliu, regular price 25c for tiiis sale 12Jc Dotti d an! fancy tignrnl, side border niusliD, regular price 18c, tor this sale 12.1c 'A' inch wide fancy fiRnred silkoline, n pillar p'ice 12J,o, for this sale 7c P.irpire and antique lace lor naKh cur t.iiu r fancy work, regular price 4.V, for this Hale 2 Ic r.imtiour ash curt on innsliD, re gnlar price ISc, for this sale 10c :!i'i-n ch wide fish net lace, for s-sh cunaiii muslin or fancy work, regu lar priot 2 .c. for this sale 12J.i- ;(2-inch w ide lane f tipured crepe silk, r-;til.ir price i",5e, lor this aide 48c !0 1 1 eli wide tancy colored, figured tiirniture chiut., worth 25o, tor this 15c lirussels ml l'ce for sash curtain, reg- "i r poc 2 c. for this sale r:, ' ott ci l.ace Curtains tor this Kale: l'.'c, f.'.io, S'.o. lSc. 1 23, 1 47, 1 73 li'Ular Price " ic, 73c, '. 8c, 1 23, 1 3i, 1 09. 1 OS, 2 2" in -ti l'oint l,n e Curtains for this sale: 1 2 i'S. 3 !S, 4 SIS, o OS, 6 0S 1 r:uUr l'ru-e. 3 00, 1 00, & 00, 0 00, 7 00, 7 30 9 All Cut To Piecss. This is eertainly a terrible thiiiij but it is nil for your ben enfit. Mason's best make Fruit Jars 48c dozen. Kantak's Famous Boston S9c Store r Look for the Wire Sigu over th &o. r bt-toro t-uterug. I 7'J Soitm Min SrRr.iri'. . ..' II.. -t : --.0 ' "" ' l: ' 1 ' - 1 in ' i o, v! l-.i. WO -TAT.nNSn, i i.lNh MKtU'. 7 F York, Agent. Undcrlakirg Parlors, 120 South Main ! Lady assistant with cmbalmer'sj ipl'-niit. No extra charge for er iee. I Tl st Tet nfflmt K v.. ... Xr.. I - S Onr . ALI ! K Y rk lsa N rth Vain ' v W l.c. iiuid. a Dover There are many makes of Shoes that look well, but we would remind you that there is as much d i Ife rence be tween shoes and shoes, as be tween people and people. Buy imon Si Shippy's Shoes. 129 Bank Street. Sotice to the Public. That il Hulczfr the BOOT AND Stint: DEAI.EH who nsed fo occupy the boot ai.o shoe store at 100 South Main street, ha ppened a new boot and shoo store th. second door north of Jefferson street, at 177 South Main s'.reet. We have irrst bar .tains in Indies' and pents' shoe?, which w . can sell at wholesale pric s We als. make shoes to order and do fins repnirim. All Kinds of solos aewed for the b.iuj. ..rice as elsewhere clinched. Look fo he lobe light Yoti will see the numb.r 177 South Mjtin Street. ; WHERE Do you jet your ijoou' .lteli' so ehean ? At Bennett's, i45BankSt, is the only place in town. lie sells everything in the line ai ! to oO per cent cheaper than m o'h'T in Waterbury an i' i i!,t iiu- .-aim' as oilier ell. F.r repairing he can beat ! them all, even at his low prices ; I he must thorough and compe tent watch workmen in this city. A written guarantee with each article of repairing. Give him a trial and you will iind it as I say. Remember Bennett, 145 Bank Street. Fall Clothing. You will b e surprised when you set our Fall and Winter Line Our enlarged store enabkv us to carrj double th stock and oiv prices wil prove that we mean to doubl our business this fail. Not'n ing but the RIG HTM MADE kind. We shall figh it out on this line. Competi tors won't touch us on the qua ity, we meet them on the price It's the same in our Children' department as in the men's Our :.-) and $5 Suits ar Rightly Made, so are our 4S and (i8c Knee Pants. ullings 97 to 10:3 Bank Street. ti 'if.-'X iV A Young Lad who wears a pair oi ,.,;r shoes need not ! ashamed to show tli!ci. They are po-i lively fetching, shapely, and of exceilei leather; they will bear the brnot of man stormy duys. Water will not effect then They are made with good reliable sol. -that are bound to resist the wetting. Y(.i ill be surprised to find, after trying thei on, how easily they adjust themselves t ot.r feet, and show all the good points i your pedal extremities. E. J. Finn, Leader of Styles. 17 Exchange I'laee. Bargain Sale OF Pianos AND Organs. For th next tf u days we will close ou K second hand l'iunos from i'25 upward- nu s urgnns tram Jill up. 1: yon don ant to pay cash don't be bashtul, call mi. I ee ns and we will give you credit. Thes .ustrnuieuts must bt. sold to uiuke rooi 1 or our fall stock, (vbich will nrrtve in Ar. . iiist. Don't njisB this opportuuity of pm chasing a IMano at less than U.ilf its valu 3. SHONINGER & Ct 175 BANK STREET, WiTrBEcm, Conn. Things Have Taken a Turn BUSINESS IS BOOMING Low prices and Rood quality is what does the work. Just look at onr prices and di amine tbe goods and you will surely bny. Conn Boot & Shoe Co, 28-30 East Main St. A f J. B.M I TV E. E. Colby. Edgar L. Davenport is engaged for this season under tho nianagoruent of Neil Burgess. Rose Copthlan will go to England on the close of hor engngement with the Stock well stock company. Charles J. Rich man will remain ten weeks with tho Columbia theater stock company of San Francisco. Agues Herndon intonds hereafter to play only cottiody roles and will include "Dr. Bill" in hor repertory. Tho Costonians will produce their new opera, "A War Tinio Marriajru, " nv-xb month. It is now in rehearsal. Lydia l'clrce met with a severe acci dent in Norfolk recently, falling on ttio stage and fracturing her arm in two places. Susetto L. Willoy of Haverhill, Mass. who has written dramatic crit icisms for several years, purposes to enter the profes sion. Mario Jansen will bejiln a staring tour early in November, opening nt 0110 of the firoadway houses in New York in a new play from tho French. Charles H. Ilanford. Elihu II. Spencer and Nora O'Brien have engaged a quartet as a feat uro of their performance of "The Merchant of Venice. " Francis Wilson's production of "Tho Chieftain," by Sir Arthur Sullivan and b O. Uurtiaud, has won a deserved success :it Abbey's theater, New York. "The Old Limekiln," C. T. Dnzoy's new play, in which Katie Putnam is star ring, opened at the Chicago llaymarket, and tho first week is reported to have been eminently satisfactory in monetary re turns. OUR GIRLS. A woman may not be absentmindod, but she looks it when talking to ou in fant. Ad 11 ms Freeman. It was very hard for the Chicago girl to put her foot through tho bloomer, but she seems to havodono it someway. Nash ville American. When a woman gets a swelled head, she has tho advantage of a man; she can let tier hair down and wear tho same hat. Mail and Express. A woman never becomes so tired of llfo that slio cannot throw a great deal of en thusiasm in her voice when talking about biu-gaius Atchison Ulobo. Mrs. Uallington Booth says the rcmcdv lor tho new woman is a si roug minded husband. There it. is again. The iu w woman wants no husband. Wichita Eagle. Some girls have to be in the streets so much that they find It Impossible to help mother wash t he dishes, iron the clothes, cook tho meals, make the beds, sweep tho Take Care of Your Teeth. All decay cf tho teeth begins from without. Consequently if tho troth's surfaces bo kept scrupulously clean they cannot lecay. When ought cleaning begin? As soon as there are teeth. Let the child early acquire tho habit of using a small toothbrush dipped into balk flavored with sumo aromatic drug and let it umUrstand that the places most need'ng the brush are thoto bo iwt the lee'.h. That is the plp.ee whore decay almost invariably appears. Mucous secret it 'is and secretions of fond nio always found bet ween the teeth after a meal. They may bo removed with a to.'! hpie'e. It is aim-1st art to vise a toothpick. One must l . v.uiv t.f injuring th. fleshy parts and leaving splir.tors. which iu some cases umy o.iuse tl'o 1. --s of a tooth. il. ;:il toothpicks sh -nhl ho al together avoided. T!io. of dull a;td hard w.xkI uro best. !. u.i-.'H Lancvf. Cure V.-rsu- X'rovcntion. One em it :isiy i : : a; i. .uliI feature ct the conduct of government mid society is the lavish expenditure- f t en 10 com pared willi the pittance snout for nro- vent ion. :lsy lunis in. .iii-al lions V.'e 'av.-li i lu nsareis upon our which pvnpcr att-'o: ion to -.:e:i'i. n a;nl stmitary t'o.-au- i it !n r ti ttantless. Wo elect f.e o an 1 main, am at great tnac 1:' 'I' and money a vol ;c!',i i f e.-ijion.o.o to i revent uiiiiu v .- .- r'. h. -as. Wo 1m . Id cosily jails r is. .ns and -'t!'t'n. .rt expense c conris 1 i f .ic-"' ;:t ,! allow uie'aie 1 for wafs by i li' i'.-ar.ds to throng our streets ami abodes of evil. Jt is a truth which has Income till o that proveti'.iou would be vast iy lie no i . 'ii. luical and beuetioial th;;n (he.e nu'y half ("."ectivo cures, yet "AO go on day niler day in i)i tcr disre gard of its teaehi!)',s. Clrieago Ad vance. lMvorco lit lSurma. Divoic" in TV.".Tr.ia is free. It can bt olainuHl by oh her j-arty for any pood reasot, such in incompatibility of tem per, and carries no slur with it. No lawsuit is required. They go to the vil lage eider.-, in a town to tho elders of tho quarter, mid a divnreo paper i8 drawn up that ileiines all arrangements as to property and children. Tho law as to property is this: Each retains his or her own property, and all property acquired jointly during married life, as by trading, is divided equally. But the claimant of the divorce must leave the house and nil tho household goods to the other. If it bo tho woman, she may remove her loom ; if it be the man, he may take nothing. Thus there is a cerium penalty on claiming a di vorce, but it is not large ouo. Black woon'B Magazine. Self Itftten. About a quaiter of a century ago Bo ranger's "Qrisette" was performed at one of the theaters. The part of Lisette was allotted to Virginio Dojuzet. This popular actress, then advanced iu years, had lost all her teeth, and to do justice to her new role she had ordered a fresh set. As the teeth felt uncomfortable she took them out when the play was over and put them iu her pocket. When iu tho greenroom, she incautiously eat down and immediately jumped up with a scream. "What is the matter?" inquired onr jolly old friend, Adolpli Donuery. "Nothing," said Mile. Dejazet. "I have only bitten myself. " rjajvue The-atrale. POLITICAL POINTERS. j THIRD WARD DEMOCRATS NAME A I TICKET FOR THE PRIMARIES. j The Fifth Warder Alio Nanw Their Com ! Pitted Ticket and Everything 1, Now tt ; Kea.liness for the ltattle of the Kalloti. ! The third ward democratic club held a i meeting i the New Kngland hotel hist night and nominated candidates for -il-, dei-meii mid delegates to the town, city and school convetilions. .lames .1. Me Crath was elected chairman and K. M hipninn acted as clerk. There was some jr.,,,,1 speeehmakingand all seemed to he alive to the importance of tho eonnng lucal election and counseled har mony and united action. A com imtiee t nominate a ticket was ap pointed and reported the following.- Aldermen, William l!oi-chardt,"li. K. I'lKwn. dames .1. Met; rath. I Mi gates to town convention, K. M. hipman. .1. .1. McAulifV. Joseph I.aw- .. .leremiah () IMinell, William Bar rett, alternate, Kdward .1. Tobin. IMegaies to school convention, Hennas V. liegnal. William liegan eoi-ge Haviean, Matthew Hyatt) liiiiothv Kirby, alternate, Augustus 1 .clanger. Helegates to city convention, Thomas egual. M liliain liirlev, C. ;arritv, I). ( asey, Matthew Miller; alternaie, J. Ii- orbett. Town committee. Lawrence Cronan, I. .1. I.'all'orty and i'homas Vlieelaliau. Moderator. .1. 11. , luj. h. cker. T. Kerbv. Alter the reading of the list there u as s un.-more speeelimakin and after :i lew craiorieal ell'orts on "behalf of s.'iiieol to- leading lights of the meet i'':i motion that tho iickct be adopted ;' a- pin and cirri. 'd without a dissent ing Voice. Kifth Ward Mct'ting. A meeting ol'the Hegular Fifth Ward Heniocraiic chili will be beid this even ing at ; ::-,i, in I'an i. k K. l'ierce's va cant store, corner i t ISahhs in and l'leas aut streets. All ilemocrats of this ward are invited. Ile-idcs the pivsenl ing of the tickei made up hv th,. o.eculive coiiumt'.co there will 'also be present speakers of fluency and ability. K I l f I'lVK l OMM1TTF.F.. Wliere We Will Vole. l lle sel.-i inieu have made mativ sug gcsiions relative to the location of i Im ot ing booths on election dav, and the matter was d.'liniielv setile'd to-day. The Iiist. second and' third wards will remain as formerly. I he fourth ward "ill lie in .Inclines' auditorium and the iiltii in a building creeled on the vacant iot on Scoviil street, near lreoU street. An fliiii..iliii, lolin I onro s nanio uas inadvertentlv "niitlt-d Ii- th,. se! I delcgaiion o'f I he lounli ward primari ticket m-inted pi the 1 'iii. ii i; vi esierday. T'.sl 1';mI llt-MKM-rat a. A mo. .:; ,.f the oi-'. i.irs of the e.-ist-c; II -.-clioa o li.e iil He'e held in the ro -n.s ,,; ih,. .iterhiirv Athlelie club :,' I h'' f !' -niie; "ere appoint- e.ia-.-! c -unci; i e i endear nr insecure :: he:-. r r pr, -,.-:t ti,, ,),,. :;l h u.-ird '! mo. i::: i. ick.-l i .r tliiii -it: ,,f ,1. i ..;:: .! , h 1'. I..v,:,-. Lugeae 1". Vi'I'm.;,. ii;i on '. 1 . 1 i - -, - J .lames 'K.ier'.". .1. Hi i -i i i: :.. I '..,;.! ( 'h :"i : '- :' i'. . .'. e e 'iii-.oliee v. i-: ni.v .a 1 1 i ! : I rii, i - t'.lel cd .-''!'. tit ; -1 . i .rrow Hie diliiiite poiicy will r.uu I li .'a r.I Tirt- ;.f . A Id. I IT o I i !'.:: pr, -! ied ,:l t bo ne'et ;!'K' "I lit" I "U'lll ward dem... Til's held ns Mr- .ioi.i . -lore, on I'.aldw iu -'i-cei. i:i-i :i!;ht. rind I '.i trick liarrv e ! i. i- : i . . he h'li.'U ing ticket f..r 1 1 "' pri' i i 1 ' w i - pi . -e:i! nl iind accepted Aid. ,-i!. '.,!. i: ,. ',. . ilidpin. Julm :!. i .-,.! n i-nd I '.-e rick .1. Mel. rath. I '.'.gate- I . . i n ii c. oi e :il ion. I '.it rick !!. ;t:ii!. l'.c!iiie! hii!ier. .loan t'. ! or ;.t , I .it i i. i. I h ck. : I and .Inhii Jo -phr . v. i:hdi-h'i 'c' .'linii. ss alu-r- 't l-li'go. .hi'.. I ' oi. r i n .;! ion. Martin I !,. no ; oi . Iilw:,r.l i. : hi . - I - ., i .1. ,!,, i,mi- with ii lwiod le.-ii: .n alhruale ai. I ' ''r .-nt Tl. Atl- . Michael iiilll li.cd i lianiev .riih . .'.dii' Ii ek imp' !i. i iid i'iiilcv. "il. Ed- 1 M. .1 ot Make- a statement. "I'll l.-l iio-hl that a ei 1.1. ic : i, j.e: w :i, being II". Il U i . . h h ' ! . .1. 1 .' ! . i t,.i- nne of in. ;:. In : i.'t-etiee to thi- imit 1 1 m i. .1 y -aid I Id- morning : ! !:n'' ' my d. 111. .01 :itic Itien.ls pii' ii. r is t i ii 1 1 , ihiii I have it Mr . i-ll in ill,- nihil'..-: ; in do wiiii prep-iring a ticket for m h w ,. .: o' iiiii i v. 1 have not da p.leiciii in ling this year, the Mi::' h.-id in 1 o it gross ball. ill.- ; 1 '. I nd. .-ept nd tb.i in, w.is n e, ncld 111 the int. -rest of , 1 1 ii ulnr mail . n- taction. It every ny p. lie loi'.liii I; i.i1 the .-nine lew of theSH 111:. iters a- I 1,0 th ne uniiid not be as 111:1 11 iniiuiid.iie- in the ic'hi as there are. I think it is tint.' enough for .1 iiiii'i I., d. i "dc whether he will or will ii. it he a eandidi'te lor otlice after he lias ! ice 1 1 1 1" lies! e. 1 t allow the use of his tiatite hr a general meeting of the elec inrs oi his ward, duly warned and held -.'in- place where ail will have tin ..ppnr.iinipr to he hoard. I'm going to !..; I. r w hiclior or 1 consider the best liclct :it the caucus. When this fuss is itll over and election day comes, I shall be prepar-d to support the regular nnminei's ol the parly, I have no ticket and 1 wish you would so inform your rcailct s." New Voters. .Iiul-e Joot will sit in the district court I it mi 10 o'clock until 11 Friday iimnim-' and Irom 7 in the niorniiif; until 7 iu the evening Saturday for the pur pose of issuing naturalization papers, and the selectmen w ill be ill session all day Saturday to make electors. Every person wh is eliirible t the franchise should avail himself of this opportunity and liiakeit a point to -ret there on time. East r car several w ho failed to put iu an appearance on time were left over and crowded about the doors nt the last minute and kicked and found fault with t he newspapers and every one in general, although the time limit was published several limes in all the papers. But no matter about what occurred twelve months ;ign, let all look to the present and make it a point to pro tit by their tardiness of last year. Saturday will be the last chance and unless you get down before 7 o'clock it will be no use calling then.