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ttWATERBUfiYEyyiXg-DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY; OCTOBER 23, 1900.
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poLriiCAir" polijtees .u -i ,
Democratic Town Convention Nom
inated Representatives Last S.ght. ,.
The adjourned democratic town con
vention met last evening in the city
court room and nominated representa
tives, and the result shows that poli
ties in this city has not yet reached
that stage where the oiuc? seeks thj
man. It appeared to be icenerally sid
mitted that Major Fred ispencev woul.1
be nominated for first pine;;, but it was
nlso said that the major did not bother
himself verv much if at all about "-see-Ins"
the delegates. It was rather hi to
when the convention was called to or
der, being fullv o'clock. The dele
gates were fully an hour in executive
session, and there It was asreed that
Major Spencer should be nominated
for iir.t phve. Hut during the exit
from the ante-room where th? caucus
was held thy t.iird ward delegates
changed the program. Cbar:nan liar-,
die called the convention to order and
told the-delegates what the meaninjc
of their presence was. The iirst bahot
showed nine I'lianimitv almost pre
vailed. Michael .T. r.vrr.e r.H'eivir.u; 11
Tote. Terry C. Morris 3. Major Spen
cer S and James C. Whitniir 1. Mr
Whitiufr arose in the audience and
stated tint while lie was tnankful for I
the recognition of the convention, he j
wonld have it understood that he was
i not a candidate. The vote was then
made unanimous. The ballot for sec
ond place gave Attn-iicy Francis P.
(Juilfoile -'0 votes. Attorney Thomas F.
Lawlor 5 and Major Spencer 1. This
vote was also unaniinovs. Delegate
Tyrrell from the tr.st ward revived tlu
votes that were tabled at the town
convention relating to the reconstruction-
of the town committee and the
method nf seTeeti'ig the registrar of
voters. Delegate I:;rby fio:;i th ti.ir-1
ward helped him out bv saying that
n committee consisting of pix members
ought to be bettrrtnnd could transact
business more satisfactorily than could
a committee of three. It was Mr Dar
by's id".T that each voting district
ought to li- represented on the commit
tee. Considerable debate was occa
sioned over the time this committee
should begin business .the first of the
new year, was liually decided vpon.
the motion being made to nnpoint a
cr.mmitUe of s'x delegates. Delegate j
Kreunan frun the recmrt sprk agai st jjiiy rigiit and ki t. and indulging
the proposition and moved to rescind too often in deadly shooting affrays,
the vote pissed at the town civen- j xliey are much better fel
tion. Mr Iiro'-.nnn was s-ippnrted bv lows and plea.janter companions than
Delegate Luddy from the fourth ward. ! small farmers or agricultural laborers:
but the convention was ag.iin.-t them, j nor are the mechanics and workmen of
lor wnfn tne motion was put seventeen
voted for it and four against it.
The convention then-took a recess
for tea minutes and when called to
gether again the lirst district rained
Tohii J. McAvoy. the second district
Edward L. Maioney: tile third district
F.dwnrd Costigan the fourth district
Charles I!oylan. th fifth district At-
torney John F. Holohan, the sixth dis
trict Herbert A. Tuliar. On motion of
DeL-gate . Hurley the selections were
confirmed by the convention and made
tho democratic town committee.
The following were- nominated for
Justices of the peace: F. V. Krett. M.
J. Byrne. T. F. Carmodv. F. Clohessev.
J. F. Holoii.ni. F. P. (iuilfoile. T. F.
"I.awlor. It. A. Lowe. John O'Xeill. J.
J. O-Xeill. F. J. Plielnn. James; E.- Itus-
(FeU. E. L. Seery. W. E. Thomas, II.
W. Minor, Edward Heilt y.
Then eam the .all important ques
tion, of deciding ujwn tlie method of
electing the registrar.- This point r re
voked considerable discussion and it
. was finally decided to let well enough
alone, but that in selecting that officer
hereafter the oflice holders by whom
lia is elected- snail nominate their
choice according to party rules, that
Is, call aloud the name of the candi-
date. The convention then adjourned.
The Democratic association will hold
a meeting at 8 o'clock to-night. At
this session the entertainment commit
.tee will make filial arrangements for
the coming smoker to be given by the
association.
Eenieinber October 27th Is the day
to- be celebrated by the democratic
clubs of the country. All democratic
-clubs are expected to hold rallies on
that day. Mr Bryan will be the
guest of the clubs of Xew York, and
will address them in Madison Square
' Garden.
Our republican ' friends had better
not try to force a denial of the state
ment that their candidate backed out
of an understanding to get out of the
way to make room for Mr White. All
the evidence of anv value is ngainst
tnem and tne more tney stir it 'me
worse it looks for themselves. .
The Norwich Record reports that a
farmer from-North Stonlngton," who
called at a' clothing store in Norwich,
while making a purchase, incidentally
Inquired .what was being offered for
votes. The reply was that about $20
was the highest known- offer so far.
The" -countryman's wife, w.iio stood
or.ietly by. was somewhat irritated at
the remark that he would call around
later to learn if more money could bo
secured for a vote.
One of the- significant fenthres of tho
campaign, says the Hartford Times, is
thef act -that for the past week the
republicans have been devoting a great
fleal more ttine than usual to the nom
inations of lrepresentn fives and sena
tors. While apparently not - plowing
vry on the rnn. for the state ticket, or
ttem have been issued to town chair-.
mehfc,an'd ' stated cetitrnf tobimttteeirtea-to-paT
snecVal attention to the assem
bly elections. ' ; r - -
This 's thw w.ly the b!sr Bryan m-'et
r"g in New York city ioifn-esserl a New
York republican who attended1 it. and
who- Is now in Washington: "Bryan's
rislf to New York was tlmelr. and if
the ' republican mnnapers in this stat"
do not wnke up nnd counteract the ef
fects Of that meetlnsr ther will be
something doing .next month. I was
at Madison fiouare -larden. i I- was
plso at the Chicago convention which
Bryan stampedrd in 1S9G. In n "crowd
of people the annearanee' of Bryan i3
like dynamite." There 1s no depcrib'na:
the. wonderful effect , that th? prrson
alityof this man lias upon people. 'Re
publicans can say what -they please,
he wears,'" -Those who have been wlth:'
In aoosd o Iris- voice-aj won over. tci
iim.ta- J!Lpflfr tftnmer oialfmi I .am
a replllcau, but I want to K.iy tha L
like thonsnEd -of others- who heard
Jiltn, left .Madison . . Square Garden
("oJpj ome serious thinkins:." Wash
Tto u democrats ttre preparing to give
r L""Tffl a ronslng reeeptloa when
1" 1 t?oa;lv:cn bla way to Bal-
timore.. to-morrow, ai at- Hast on3,
thousand of tbem will siecompany htm
on, n epetial tr:n:i tQ Urdtinmie and.
take part. in the liiewtlusjs he will ad
drcs3 In that city.' If enthusiasm and
confidence will Win,' the - demo; r-.tti
will ccrtainlv do so. - In no tninpalga
dr.rint: the past twenty-tive years have
tliov bteu more enthusiastic or more
confident r.t victory: they feel that th;
!nrperi.-.l;st3 nro on the run and tnat in
spite of the trust-contributed- fund' of
v.n!!mlted si mom! t that is bcinn; lavisa
Iv r.sed a:ramst them the plain - pcop.e
will nso m tneir nnaht and e.cct Hrynn
and Stevenson. - T ne" know that in
timidation of ail sorts is bolnpr used
to whip the men who won: for wages
into line for MeKmley and imperial
ism, but tnev know also tout these
voters have in the scent bnliot a wea
pon which thev can use if they have
1 1 jo coin-age of thflr convictions, as
thev are believed to have, to defeat
their inumidators.
FIGHTING. FOR IlinUN.
Typosrapu1e.;l t nicn Xur.ibcr1 His Has
no l.se. for Xooscvclt.
New Vo:ic. Oct 1:3. Typographic::!
union No is conducting an es'iecial-'
lv
energotic eampnSgn for ISivan. The
hm- iiii-!iti..i. ..-i-,i?wiiui ifo ..n.i.-r,.
nism to evciytldng and everybody al-
lied on the repr.bliciui aide, and Us o;-
I position will count veiy' strongly ' in
j the campaign. .
AH over the count ly tho union ha.3
i sent personal appeals' to sister unions,
calling attention to it.j iiositiou and
asking for support in the struggle!
Speakers and iUeiauue l.ave been
sent into ail of the doubtful states' and
a vigorous' campaign iusffi'-utcd. Thou
sands of dollars have been appropriat
ed by the union to carry on their light
and the results have shown that their
c-U'crts have met with success wher
ever organized labor has a voice.
One of the mo:;t interesting docu
ments put out by the union declares
that Theodore Rooserelt sneers at men
who work. Then they quote the fol
lowing section from his boo!:, "ltanch
Life and the Hunting Trail." published
by file Century company a ycr.r ago.
"When dnml: on the villainous whis
key of the frontier towns, they (the
cowboys) cut mad antics, ridiu
horses . into the saloons, lirin-;
their
their
a great- citv to be mentioned in the
same breath."
The section referred to appears on
page ten of the-book. In commenting
upon -the quotation, the union s:;ys:
"Theodore I:oo;:evelt is the lirst can
didate for the exalted otiiee of vice-
president of the United States who has
I ever sneered at the wage earners of
the country, and Ida name" will go
down in hiatcry as that of the first
man in public life who 4:as openly
dared to insult honest labor.
"The mechanics .Md workmen of
great cities, the small farmers and
agricultural laborers the men who cre
ate the wealth of the land: the men
who are the bone and sinew of this
republic: the men who in time of peace
spread the rich man's table With -plenty
and his pathway with flowers;- the
men who in time of war" are to be
found in the front ranks of the de
fenders of the tlag of their country
those are the men who. in the opniiou
of the republican candidate for vice
president, '.'.ire not to be mentioned in
the same breath with cowboys who get
drunk and indulge to-j often in deadly
shooting affrays.' "
M'KINLEY'S COUSIN FOIt ESTAN.
Says Family Has Always Ficon Demo
cratic and Intends to Remain So.
Southport. Ir.d, Oct 23 "You may
brand that story that I'M vote for Cous
in William as a lie. T shall vote foi'
Ilrynn. and so will all my sons. You
can bet your money on this."
This is the answer of B. II. McICin-le-y,
lirst cousin of tho president,, to a
report circulated hero that ho had for.
sake
n his adherence to democracy.
: Mi,- McKin'ey says his family has al
ways been democratic and "Cousin
Wijliam" is the only black cheep In
the fold.
YACHTING MEN AHE SAFE. .
New York; Oct 23. Frederick Lnng
ston of Brooklyn, whose two sons were
not heard of after they-started with
two other young men to sail the yacht
AHris from Highland Bench to Graves
end Bay last Tuesday, received a cable
message yesterday announcing thiit
they' Were' safe. The ..message caine
from. Tort Antonio and was dated 'Oc
tober 22. It read:; "All safe aboard
Efhtlred. Home Monday. Notify Ma
son and Segelke." The message was
signed by William H. Langstou, who
was one of the young -men who were
aboard the:- missing yacht. . ;
DIAMOND THIEF CAPTURED,
Seattle, ; Wash..' Oct 23. Detectives
have arrested C. F. 'Mather, who. is
accused by several .wholesale jewelers.
and diamond merchants ot - New-. York,
city of the X'aeft- of jewels valued a at.
not less than- S-iSiOOOi silathor -was - go-.'
iug. by the riamtf lof'tfp .'5iioorc! Hm
was bmtiid for 'Australia. :'' Ilfe'cSuie
here Thursday. J - i-v?J. r pun isn.'-I-
' ' -"'' .'' ' v-ii.7" It -i if,
V NIGHT OPERATOIl ROBBED.' ;
Nyack, N.. Y., Oct 23.M 3 o'clock
this morning,- three -strango men cn
tered the station of the . West Shore
railroad at - Haverstraw and after
bind-inj: and gagging tho night opera
tor, . they stole about lif ty .dollars.
After tlie thieves had gone the opera
tor succeeded in: freeing himself and
notified the police but no traces of
the -thieves has been found. . -
GOVERNMENT THREATENED.-,
: Tvlngstofu jaraicai;' Pet '""Cihe
Gleaner publishes a rep6rtr't6 the'ef
feet that a f illbustgrlng" expedition,
headed by a w-eU known. Jlaj-flen .ex;
lie, is being prepared for the, overthi-'pw
of -the government- . of .General Slniop.
Hu -. tuQ-pjsitlieirt :9 HWrifff' v4r
itef'.-v fi.yi i ': -T'. .j.rj. j
I - THI S POST OFFICE''rOBBED.
--RnIrfHi-. Y:.-' Oct 23-The post
offiee here was 'Burglarised- yostepdsy
iuorhing. : The -safe was drilled -;and
the door blown off, and stamps ,to .tlie
value of about 3213 taken.
MURDEREI? GIRL U.NBUftlED.
1 . . ,
-Tndei'taker Refuses to Inter the Re-
i ,m:Uui V.'ithcut Pay. .
Chicago," Oct 23. ilurdered by lier
lover;' 1-ttiiip Lewis5, wlio killed hiin
ijUr immediately alter 'commuting tho
crime,' the: V.oilj-"Of.--I'.oao Adeuourg,
lies Vinlsurieil because at a wi an
jie over Jthe burial.. expenses. .."iestei--trav
ai teiwOon.:l!i-i- l.Kji:y. Inclosed In
a commju y.&i c-oii-.n, .,-ai) akt n to a
t'eme-leiy near vnulaeuit ior mloi
ment. At the grave her f.Uiier, Har
ney Adciihurg liecame involved in a
dispute over the amount to tw paid.
The i:::aeriai:cr reitisco to go on with
the funeral and the body was broils In
back to town and placed In Adeiiouig's
store- The report of Adenburg s eon
duct aroused the residents of ihe
neighborhood and' last night his place
of business was surrounded by a
ciowd of enraged neighbors. The po
lice were r.'ipealed to and word was
sent to the citv henllh, department. If
tliie body is not interred bv Adenburg
'tok'.av it wUl be taken forcibly from
.tle house W 'the' rklieVtuid .buried at
Aflrtnhui-;Jtt'jexi:eiiSi. ii ho.- heUil-tU nu,-
thoi-'ities iwiiilied .dfnbiirg tliiit they
would take summary action .;
bodv had not been, cmoalmed.,, .(
the
NEGRO .ESCAPES DEATI
Peculiar Circnmstauccs
Doors of the Jail
Open
Also.'
the
Chicago, Oct 23. A special to the
Record from Wheeling, W. Va, s.iys:
Just a year ago the circuit court of
Fayette county,. Jud;e Montgomery
'presiding, sentenced Lud 'Madison, col
ored, to be hanged January 1-1 in the
state penlientii.ry at Mouudsvilie, for
the murder of another ' negro. Two
days before the, dale of tUe execution
Governor Atkinson issued a respite for
nine days. The judge who sentenced
him died before the reprieve expired.
Two weeks ago Madison's casa was
forced upon the authorities by a report
of it to Governor Atkinson. The gov
ernor deckled that the judge being dead
and the time for re-sentence having
passed, no one can now re-sent(?nca
Madison. Further, the date of legal
dintli having passed. Madison cannot
be hanged on tlie origin.il sentence. As
he was never sente:;; 1 to - Imprison
ment he cannot be kept in the peniten
tiary, so Madison will probably be re
leased in a few days.
CltCA V.'ELL KErUESEXTED.
ltuffiil.-N X. Y., Oct 2S. Direetor-tUen-oral
F.uciiauan of the Fan-American
expedition, hp.s returned from New
York, where l.e met Oowrnor-Ueneral
Wood of Cuba hj- appointment and
took up with him the uiu-slion of Cu
ban representation at the ran-Ameri-c.m
expos tion. The povernor-treneral
naid tlie Cubans are sjiowins; marked
interest in the exprs't on.' that Cuba
would briiifr to ilie fyno-?tion by far
the larpest and most creaifable exliibit
ever made, net excepting that of l'arls
XU yeiir.- and would'-twist met a build-'j
1-icr worthy of tlie expoKltlon. A con
spicuous site for this building lias been
asjijrned by the director-general.
KENTUCKY DID XOT SAiT..
! Xew Y-mirrovt 23. The battU;
Kentucky, which is bound fu.- il.c
Asiatic staticn to relieve the Or"in,
did not, sail hen-e yesterday, as on
liounced from Washington, but passed
out Sandv Hook at !):0a tliis morning.
The trouble with tlie battery mechan
ism in her forward turret is now be
lieved to be repaired and if it stands
the test that will be given till' Sandy
Hook 'the- ship -will continue on her
voyage.
FATAL FIRE IX JIOXTUEAL.
Montreal. Que, Oct 23. A lire which
broke out in a small tenement house
on Archambauit Lane early this morn
iiiL: resulted in the dentil hi- suffocation
of five children. The father-, Arthur
Lebliinc. a shoemaker, was badly
burned but will live. The mother was
only sligntly injured. ..The thildren
were in an upper room mid were
dead before the lircuieu could get near
them.
1X3 AXE COXYICTS CAFTFItED.
Foushkcepsic. X Y.. .Oct 23f All of
th6 seven convict- patientB' wlio -es-i
csiped from the Matteawau stiite hos
pital on Sunday evening; have now
been captured. McCarthy. Foster and
Johnson, the last of the fugitives to
remain nt lar&e, were apprehended
during, the night near- Middtehope,
where Clark, Flynn and Murphy were
recaptured yesterday.. afternoon.
OX THE COFFEE JJXCIIAXG.
Sev York, Oct 23. rrosident"James
II. Taylor of the Xew York toffee" ex
change has., announced tnat the board
of managers . has decided to list tea
on the coffee exchange, having ap
proved tlie rules and regulations which
were drafted by a special committee
of the tea and coffee trades.
TIMELY . TOPICS
See the dollar gloves at J. 15.' Mul
lingsjy;S:ilk lined.' orV uiitfned; if you
wish. They come v in t.lhe newest
shades.
-,,Ta)3B'-a atunter'rom JZnnlt street to
Soiik :MfthHrw tile stnljway -between
f AQilge s. ana .the J
nd.tlie-U.,
S. Co' and see
ta
suits
lng. ,. - l.
i Curran's offer some deliirhtfiil attrac
tions in curtains and" portiere's. They
have pretty reversible couch covers.
-Yon- can't believe - evpiTthing the
politician says, but - you cau believe
yourlothea are right if U., S: & Co
say eo. -.-'- - ...
' Big sale of carpe-ts at the Miller &
Peck-Co. Having received their stock
before -the rise in price they can sell
c-hvrtr -
.1 .ii-rt-it
V,
Win. not owva dels and keep your
papers, together..? Sue the t-stock , at
Hampson SeiJewf's. ; ,Fine display of
fijetat-'ibeds.,--vJ) ". . j.vl.j' V., . ; r
;--ort''comf6rirtlfcs stylish ''nd 'su
perior :foot wear' seo the stock display
ed by -the-Vonneerfeut Boot and Shoe
"Si :..i-'it. io );iii -fyiifini-n
"'SpeOlal "price's 'bh' ia'dles'l'wrappers
at Iv. Dougherty's. . Pretty ' assort
ment In llaunelette and percale. ' -
-. - - - .. v. 'i '. .. --it;
Tu.Cut' prices on children's eiderdown
cloaks - at A. Mnilhiot's. "t -Winter
cloaks, Jackets and ,bouet.ia pfo
fusioa.' i -
The .fjuality, thei pattern 'HrTdtlio
llot'ingdre a)l rifht'u the 'lieu's
that Jones, . i Morgan are i off er-
. ?
BOSTON STORE. "
72-74 So. Main St.
HARDWOOD
FLOWER
STANDS 1
A thrcc-shclf Hard wood Finely Fin
ished Flower Stand, $1.
A four-shelf Hard wood Finely, Fin
ished Flower Stand, ?l.i0.
A SMALL LOT OF
Japanese Trays.
slightly damaged, -nt from 10c to 20c
each. The regular price of thesp
Trays was 20e to 4oc.
HARDING'S
BOSTON. SJgC STORE
72-74 Soulb Main St.
Lots of Pretty Lalss Desks.
Why not own one? Why keep your
papers all over the house? Surely this
necessary piece of furniture ought to
be in your house mi well as in your
neighbors'. House Desks from $3 to
$3D. Xever so good a desk before for
the 'money.
THE MOST GORGEOUS SHOW
OF
Metal Bedsteads
IX CONNECTICUT.
See our offerings from $7.00 to $$5.
As a room decoration, those metal
beds an elegant. As a hygeuie piece
of furniture, they're unsurpassed.
We're making a special sale of
A SOLID IIRASS TRIMMED BED
STEAD FOR $2.95.
Hampson-Sellew Furniture Co.
154-150 GRAND STREET.
I SPE
We shall Rive a COUPON to EACH PERSON purchasing ONE
TOUXD of COFFEE or OXE-H ALF FOUXD of TEA and on Novem
ber 5th we shall give OXE BAR RKL of our GRAXITE FLOUR to the
party PRESENTING the LUC KV
There is no FLOUR in the m aiket
BREAD or more LOAVES to the
are SOLE AGEXTS for WATERBURY and VICINITY.
ONCE USED ALWAYS USED.
TheWhite-Slmmons Co.
'l7Vi '!-f?.3tOLf ALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
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SALE Secon 1 hnnd furniture.
Break
up houeKerpinir. will -sell at bun
price. Inquire Veitiiuia, toy floor, 10---
WANTED History of Now lluvorr County
' Connecticut. Must be in good condition
nnrl ch?p. Atlilrvos ' luiUruncc euie fcvenlaf
Democrat. lu-lu-
WAHTEO CUrl-.tian man or woman wllllnh
to quulifv tor p.'-r iiunent pottiou Ui
trust, h -re lii homn cau-tv- ifvOJ "iciiilv. Lu-C4U-e
self - bUUrctfiod. hLtrnped cuveloiic to
beciutmy.'ciru o liuocrHt. 1-1-tt
tr.O SENT A Store mill fivs rooms at 2.
&luuc street. l-l'-i-wl
TO KENT-Ttnjrar-nt of six rooms, all Im
provements. . 1'liilip Uuliuey, oU Iftoutb
street. 10-Ii-j
TO- RENT Tenement of four rooms. 1
South Minn. All iuiproveimnltt. Iuiiuuv
on premises, or Mrs. J. f. Law lor, 3 ,C. oUe
street. -i Jrl-tf
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ANTE 6 Cast1 oft ctbthllrif lor VtficVdlfe'
tur. cyeiii unit rvpali-Ui' neatly cluae.
Willium
;-a.-lt
iossuer, auj tiuuK troet.
XT7 ANTED Post tlofi ns housekucpsr bv
tnorou'zhlv rospeet-ble Au.c.-ieun ou iir
wi man. neut evonoiiiiuui pji'suu.
liubie tats on ice.
Adoreji' it.
. IXVESTMEXT TUOrEUTY,
Located on Orange stret; 3-fauilly
house; contains al modern improve
ments; size of ot 50x75 feet; rents for
$35 per month; reasonable amount
down; price $4,000. This will pay
you a larger per cent on your money
than bank interest. Look this us.
LAXG AXD PIIELAX.
.'. 12G Bank Strcit. .
It's' a fact we. carry a very complete
stock of Underwear, 50e and up;
Uloves, 47c and up.
Exchange Place.
75,000 Winter and Spring
Flowering Bulbs.
Hyacinths Ce each, COe dozen, $4.5.0
hundred.
Tulips, all colors, mixed, 15e tloz,
85c hundred
Crocus, nil colors. 10c doz, 40c hun
dred, S3.25 thousand.
Also, all bet named Tulips and Hy
acinths. Remember, I Import all my
bulbs direct and can give you tlie very
best for least money. I
Lily and Calla bulbs.
DALLAS
The Florist;
22 UXIOX AXD 25 EAST MAIN ST.
Telephone 41S.
Coal! Coal!
JOHN BYRON.
Yard near Plume & Atwood's; Up
town office with J. H. Devereaux &
Co. 25 East Main St; Brooklyn omce
with Jones, the Shoe Man, Tel.
Beginning
-Monday, October 22 &
number.
that will make XICER WHITEy !p
barred than the WKA.Mlk
We
m m & a; sa sss ss sjj-ss xos
Sm iS-'sSr-2K 5S'
OID 00 KNOW
'Ve are headquarters for '
Hats and 'Gloves?
GILLn-IOR, th8 HatiBr
25
The gre.it value3 offered
by us in Men's Suits, far
greater than cm be found
m th city, are drawing
customers that ; want the
bent without the fandy
prices- ;
Trade "Winner.-?. Men's All
Wool Suits for 0, that you
will pay $8 ,M6Trfon .7 ,
Oar $7,50 . Mens Suits,
well made, colors guaran
teed, the same suits that
others ask $10 for. , -
, ' Come and see the groat
. est line of $10 ,,its to be
found in this city. Goods
that are Worth from $12 to
$15. Our quick selling
prices, $10 a suit. . ;
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Low Prices;
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Reid
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..and.. .
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Hughes.
?flOH0AY, 0DT. .2I, J900.
Telephone -4IO.
Silk
READ THE . . LIST" TO-DAY,
WHIGH IX CONNECTION'' WITH
OTHER ATTRACTIONS INSURE a
WEEK OF EXCEPTIONAL INTER
EST. - ' ;
Silks
FOUR EXTRA BARGAIN'S IN
BLACK TAFFETA SILKS.
Comniiinclng Monday morning- at 8
o'clock and for the. remainder of the
week, we shall offer -the be9t, values
in Black Taffeta Silks that have eV
been offered in Waterbury.
20-Iuch Black, Taffeta Silk, strong
and durable.' every . yard warranted
all silk; well worth' 59c, for this week
39e a yard.
20-inch Black Taffeta Silk, high lus
ter, warranted all silk; good value at
75c, for this week 53e a yard.
27-inch Elack Taffeta Silk, high lus
ter, warranted all ' silk; (note . the
width): real value ?1 a yard, for this
week G-le a yard.- -
27-iuch Black Taffeta Silk, one of the
best values we have ever offered in
Black Silk; the $X.25 quality, for this
week 79c a yard. ' ' ;
Colored Dress Goods
TWO EXTRA VALUES IN. COL
ORED DRESS GOODS FOR THIS
WEEK. -.
00-inch All Wool ZIbellnes. seven
shades: regular price $1, for this week
75c a yard.
30-inch All Wool. Homespuns. PlaidJ
and Mixtures: regular price 50e, for
this week 25c a yard- -
Black Dress (foods
THREE ' EXTRA-' -. VALUES IN
BLACK DRESS GOODS FOR THIS
WEEK. -u
On Monday morning we shall place
on sale 500 yards of English Parolas
in black only, small neat effect; regu
lar price $1.50 a yard, for this weelf
79c a yard.
1.000 yards of 50-inch extra fine
cjuality Black Cheviot; regular price
$1, for this week 75e a yard.
Free! Free! Free! 1
HOUSE WRAPPERS CUT FREE OF
CHARGE. I
We again present an opportunity to
our patrons to have their house wrap
pers cut to measure- :
ABSOLUTELY FREE OP CHARGE
BY.
MESSRS MILLER & MILLIGAN,
Experts Cutter of Ladies' Garments.
These experts filled a-two weeks' en
gagement at our store, in the. spring.
and during their stay here cut more
hau 3,000 garments In such a satisfac
tory mannner that since that tlm we
have had numerous requests from our
patrons, for a return engagement of
these artists. ' ;
' After many efforts we have succeed
ed la procuring their services for one
week, an commencing to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock' they will be lo
cated in our
Wash Goods Department
Basement Floor, ; :
where they will cut to your measure
FREE OF CHARGE,
a house wrapper tof-'the latest style,
cut guaranteed to tit,".
The only condition we Impose, in this
offer is that you Select the : material
from which the garment 1 to he cut
in our wash goods department.
This offer presents.-' an exceptional
chance for ladles who take, an "extra
large or small size garment, and Who
ordinarily find It difficult to procure,
a proper fitting wrapper In tt readx
o an such we ewaa a speeiai in
vltation to visit our Wash; GooxJa Det
pnrtment ' this" Vreekj "select ' your . ma
terial front our' large Stock of new fall
Wash Goods, have the. cutters , take
your measure, and we assure you thai
you will be highly pleased with the fit,
style and fabric.
During this engagement " we -shall
have unusually large and : attraetiv
assortments of ' v .
New Wcsh Fabrics ;
for fall lwuse wrappers, such a Flan
nelettes. Percales. Seersuckers,, OIng
hams. Outing Flannels. Prints of all
kinds, and several other novelties in
the Wash Goods lineu.
DON'T MISS THI OPPORTUNITY,
WHICH LASfflSvaOSE -.-.WJKBKv
rVrom Monday,, Ocfc .Jto Sarday,
! " " October'tlrJ" ;
Reid & Hughes
trong
values
-.4
SAFE
-1
BET
THAT THE ENOUSH WOOtli
MILLS CO OIVE3 THE BE$T Va
UE " OF" ANY" CLOTHIER IN'THi
STATE. .
3-
Can You Look.'
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' "' :-- " ' , . s ", -vi
AT OUR LARUE LINE Q' MA
TERIALS AND KNOW THAT tot
CAN. HAVE A SUIT OR OVE&COAl
MDE FOB " "
$15.00
No Mora.
No XiOSi
AND FAILJ TO AGREE WITOt
REMEMBER OUR STOCK 0
WOOLENS COMES DIRECT FRO
THE MILS AND GOES XO- '
CONSUMER, WITHOUT HAVIX4
THE MIDDLEMEN'S PKOFIT4
TACKED ON. THIS 19 Wfit W
CAN DO AS WE SAY. ' a'
iDglish Woolen HillsGi)
98 South Main St; '
I
N. B. ORDER AT ONCR (, AND
GET THE CREAM
OF 909 ' TXT-
TERNS. f
BRASS CITY COAL CO
Coal, Wood
"1.1
and Charcoal.
T. r. CONWAY. MTr.
YARD NEAR GAS IIOL'fcB .
Tciepboue: 139 li. .-' - , .
FRANK MILLER & 11
GOAL.
1 1 South Main Street
EGGS:,;
I9c a doz.
Boston Butter House
147 South Main St-
Whiie Sponge has na tiaj
' ! 1 ALSO " x '
Feed, Hay and Grain.
T. O'ROURKE X SQJl; ?
S7 SCOVILX, STREET.
hi
A WARM SUBJfi& ,$
1
. '..','
FLOUR
There's nothing la the wri?fr
so much interested la as eoL - W4lt
studied it tor years. It natttnrt
queer to speak of coal Ja lag a4H .
tag as a science, but that' tvW;'
nmd.. it. Two' tmprtaat HeTNa .
we hat made are that cotnpjatittfc
facOoa to our customers pay tMMat&
that the way to win business l-,'
serve It. "'- ';
CITY LUMBER AKD Mltt;
83 Bank Btreete-

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