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4 WATERBUR.Y INNING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30 1900. 8 I ts O 'am 1 cal To hear what political tajking machines have to say nowadays; Oue fellow will sa, look at the, full dinner pails during the last four years. The other fellow will answer yes, but filled with what? Some with air, more with stale bread, etc. And, my friend, how about a full coal hod this winter? But the latest reason we've heard why one should vote for McKinley is that it won't cost so much as it will if Bryan 1 elected. Well, for goodness sake, if William J. Bryan wiU keep people at home put him in by all .means. There certainly isn't enough work here now for the working people. The same Person says if Bryan goes in it will cost $0.84 to send $5 out of the coun try. More power to Mr Bryan. We hope he will make it 57 cents more. If we have too much money, there ore lots of opportunities to spend it right here In our own country. There isn't any too much money here to fill dinner pails, cosey pantries and coal bins. Speaking of coal reminds us of some nice, well made, galvanized coal hods which we are giving with each pound of our warranted good Baking Pow der. Secure one while we have them. If you don't need a coal hod we will give you a wheelbarrow instead. Say, If McKinley eats as good Butter as we sell, he's in luck. Trv some this week at - PHELAN'S STORE it BrcaJiay, Tel Call 169-2 Two Ways' 2 Quart Galvan- To Chop. izel Pails 18 c. One's the old-fashioned, slow, unsatisfactory way with chop ping knife and tray the other's the up-to-date, easy, labor sav ing, food saving way with the "Enterprise Food Chopper" It chops all kinds of meat, raw or cooked, and all kinds of fruits and vegetables, into clean cut, uniform pieces, lino or coarse, without mashing, and With great rapidity. Unlike other choppers, it has four cutters. Including nut but ter cutter a steel ring takes up the wear a flanged screw makes It juice tight. See them In our south wln dowj priced $1.25. P. j. BOL AN, 90-93 Bank Street. "The Shop" Wall Papers Nothing makes a room ",- more attractive than hav . . ing it tastefully papered and painted. Call and see our endless variety -; of choice designs and colors. Estimates - fur nished. No trouble to show goods. Itpalme-Mman Co 158-160 GRAND STREET. The SPECIAL ' No housekeeper should do more iwork than is necessary for them to do, and In order to do it they should keep their systems in order and keep them selves strong by taking Beef, Iron and iWlne, which is good for men, women and children. We sell one-half pint bottle at 23c. or 4 bottles for 90c; 1 pint bottles 45c, or 3 for $1.30. For a. desert, easily prepared and delicious In taste, Burnham's Hasty Jellycon has no equal. It is easier to make and tastes better than any desert In the market. We sell it for 13e, or 2 for 25c. Try our 10c cans of Burn ham's Clam Chowder; it is just the thing for small families. Fine Mince " Meat in pails at 10c per pound. Perm Merchandise Co . . 118 EAST MAIN ST. 1 v . WEST THE OPTICIAN. 140 BANK. Castle's Market Fresh Pork Loins I Oc lb. . - ' ' , " Sirloin Steak 14c lb Gastie's Market V Cor Union and South Main Sta. CITY NEWS. Light lanterns to-day. at 5:57. 5 -. St Joseph's fair will open hi City hall to-night-. ,: . The board of public works will meet to-night at 8 o'clock. ,-. The board of public safety will hold a meeting at 7:30 o'clock to-night. A sou has been born to Mr and Mrs Dennis Galvin of 4S4 Baldwin street. The candidates desiring pasters can find a full line of them at the Demo crat office. The adjourned town meeting met last night and adjourned until No vember 12.. Mrs Mitchell of Taylor street, who has been seriously sick for the last few weeks, is convalescing. Mr and Mrs E. C. Lewis celebrated their golden wedding yesterday at their home on Prospect street. At the meeting of, the,,plass of 1901 at Yale yesterday, Lewis' E. F'u'ltoh of this city was elected a member of the triennial committee. There was no city court this morn ing. Only one unfortunate was in the dock and there being no judge to be found he was given his liberty. Rebecca, the 0-year-oid daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Orr, of Spring street, died this morning of diphther ia. The funeral took place this after noon, with Interment In Pine Grove cemetery. John .Toilnson, state deputy of the Order of the Maccabees, spoke before Eagle hive, No 10, Ladies of the Mac cabees, in Congress hall last night. There was a large attendance aud all spent the evening in a very enjoyable ma g:er. To-night at the Salvation army Mrs Adjutant Pickering of Bridgeport will continue her lecture, part of which was given last night. As the admission will be free, and there will be special music aud singing, it is hoped that a good number will be present. The funeral of Mrs Catherine Walsh will talce place from her late home, 25 Hayden street, to-morrow morning at 0:3o" o'clock, and at the Immaculate Conception church ar 7 o'clock. The remains will be taken to New Brit ain for burial on the S:3S train, in charge of Undertaker W. J. Spain of the Boston Furniture company. Ground Is being excavated for a three family residence which Martin Doolan. son of Mr aud Mrs Martin Doo l:iu of East Main street. Intends to erect on land on East Main and Wel cott streets, a little beyond the Sacred Heart church, and which formerly be longed to Mrs M. A. Dougherty of East Main street. The building will face East Main street aud will be up to date in every way. The Ladles of the Maccabees held a very pleasant and interesting meeting in Congress hall last even ing, a large number being presfnt. The meeting was addressed by the state deputy of the society. John Johnson. New Haven, who spoke of the benefits to be derived from mem bership in the society, of the increas ing numbers of the society. Mr John son is a lluent and entertaining speak er aud held the attention of those pres ent throughout. During the evening a pleasant entertainment was furnished, which was very enjoyable. At the T. M. C. A. gymnasium last evening the first Indoor competition of the gymnasium squads was held. A large number entered the event, which was three standing broad jumps. The result of the contest was as follows: George Schildmiller, squad A, first, ten points; Mahoney. squad A, second, seven points: Dixon, squad B. third, five points; Warner, squad B. fourth, throe points: Barnes, squad B. fifth. one point. No one in squad C quali fied. The contests were very close and exciting and no doubt will" be repeat- eu in a snort time. While the committee was waiting for the New Haven people to put in an appearance last night, some one remarked that they might have had a mishap as the democrats of Water bury experienced when they were on their way to New Haven to take part in a parade when Hancock was run ning for president. A big crowd left Waterbury early in the evening aud ail were in high glee at the prospect of ix fti.iuu nine in me cun uny when the car was derailed near Naugatuck and in a jiffy every soul on board was in the lots. It was decided not to trv to reach -New Haven that niht. but to hold a parade in the rubber town In stead, with the result that Naugatuck witnessed the biggest parade it ever saw since or before aud It said that the etteet or that demonstration has been relt there to this day. The Naugatuck Valley Poultry as sociation neiu the largest and most in teresting meeting last night in its his tory. I lve new members were ad mitted into the association. The mem bers proceeded Immediately to com plete plans for the coming poultry and pet stock exhibit to be held in Citv hall during the month Qf January. This show bids fair to be the largest of Its kind ever held in the state and the committee has secured as judges H. l. Ban. of Shrewsbury, Mass, - and F. W. Field, of Soniei-s. Conn. Both of the Judges are well known about New England. Offers of special Driv es are coming In from all over the country. The news, of the b'.g exhib. ! It has been spread broadcast and it is expected that the city wilj be, full of visitors during the three days of the show. - Exhibits will be made of eats Belgium hares, rabbits, ducks, turkeys and fur bearing animals.. An Incu bator firm will present the Interesting novelty of hatching chickens during the show. The entries will be given later. The funeral of John E. Shields took place this morning JTroar .the : family residence on Sparks street, to the Im maculate Conception cnureli, where a mass of- requiem was celebrated by the v Rev Father Broderick.' The hon orary, bearers representing the St Jo seph's society,' were' Henry Hayden, William Guilfolle. John Hayes and James MeKhlght; and from Court Linden, F. of A., Joseph Worsley, John Finnerty, Thomas McGrrJ, John Car ey, Frank LaFlame and Benjamin Desocher. The active bearers were Jeremiah Dillane and . Patrick Cava naugh, from the St Joseph's; John Jv Lynch and Thonia's Crane from Court Linden; John F. Hogah and Charles. Ij. Millei from Brass City lodge, N. E. O. P.' The buffers and polishers- at the American Pin Co. headed by the fore man, Harry WUUjts.. attended the fu neral In a body. -; The floral offerings included-a pillow, rroin the family; standing cross and anchor, St Joseph's T.-; A. society; gates - ajar,- American Pin company; pillow. Court .Linden; star, . N. E. O." P.;' harp Miss Lizzie Cavanaugh; bouquet. Barnes Byrnes, Mr and .Mrs John Cruise,' Mr and Mrs D. J,. Broderick. The Interment was In'-Bt Joseph's cemetery, - ,?; v ; The ring that was to be given to the lady selling the most tickets for the Sons of Veterans' dance was won by Miss Nellie Hlggins - of 'East Main street. -- William MeGowan. Watertown cor respondent of the Democrat and a pu pil of Monroe' Business college, - ac cepted a position yesterday as time keeper in the otHee of the Matthews & Willard Manufacturing company. William Engert, of the same college, is now paymaster for the same con cern: New pupils can enter any time at Monroe's, as all Instruction is indi vidual. The Waterbury and : Naugatuck High schools are opponents lu a game of foot ball In Naugatuck this after noon. This game In of utmost import ance to the local boys. It will expose their weak points, thus giving them an opportunity to remedy them before the game Saturday with Hillhouse. The boys were confident of winning and were accompanied by. a bevy of preW sirts-'-fVolh fh "ITish School.-" TIMELY TOPICS The "American Beauty" Shoe for women at $2.00 is sold by J. G. Jackie & Sons, 73-75 Bank street. Reid & -Hughes have received fifty dozen printed silk squares suitable for pillow tops or mufllers, 49e each. The White-Simmons Co will give away a barrel of flour on November 5. You get a coupon with $1 worth. The Greater New York Grocery Co sells choice flour for 55c a sack; pota toes 70c a bushel. Currans' have something to say about shoes to-day. Read about the different makes and their prices. Buy your school and office supplies at the Waterbury stationery store, Henry Hayden manager. The correct styles in dress are com ing in every day to the t'pson, Single ton Co. Little men's suits $5. When you go to a social dance wear a pair of Dodge's shoes and you will be sure to enjoy them. Read K. Dougherty's specials for Tuesday aud Weduesdav. Men's work ing shirts only 19c. The Miller & Peck Co are offering a few special prices in women's cloaks that should catch the economical buy er. J. B. Mullings can furnish you with sweaters for the little tots as well as for their big brothers. Read the Outlet Clothing Co's ad to night. If you are coinir to bnv cloth ing it will pay. to inspect their stock. FIRST ANNUAL CONCERT AND SOCIABLE GIVEN BY THE Monitor Social Club, At Speedwell Hall. WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTO BER 31 ST. 1000. American Baud Orchestra. Professor Pole, Prompter. TICKETS 25c EACH PERSON. AUCTION The property known as the Jeremiah Luddy homestead at 43 Ayres street, a brick house and lot. large enough for two buildings, will be sold at Public Auction on the premises at 12:30 Sat urday, November 3d. 1000. The boys band aud banner bearers will lortn at (Irving Place) junction of Bank and Grand streets, being the spot on which our distinguished fellow towns man, E. Leuvenworth, may some day have a statue of Washington Irving erected in honor of that distinguished author, whose "writings" since 1851 brought sunshine and happiness to the homes of millions of people. For particulars of sale, inquire at D. H. TIERNEY'S Real Estate and Fire Insurance Office, 107 Bank Street. Waterbnry's Popular Store. THROW AWAY THE OLD CARPET. If it has already outlived Its days of usefulness. Why wait any longer to buy a new one when you can choose from reli able makes here at these prices. Ingrains. 35c to 69c a yard. Brussels, 55c to SI. 25 a yard. Velvets, 85c to $1.25 a yard. Everything in Furniture. You can find exactly what you are looking for here and at much lower prices than other stores ask. We are satisfied with small profits as you will agree when you see these values. White Enamel Bedsteads. From $4 to $12.50 Bedroom Suits, thr pieces, $15 $17.75 $2 $23.50, $26.75 and, upwards. Dining Table? fr0m $4.50 up wards. Parlor Packers, $2,75 to $15. ISi L. F. HAASE GO The entire Building. .Six floors. , 27-29 CENTER ST. ....UP-TO-DATE SHOES..,. Just the proper Fall and Winter Shoe at just the price you ought to- pay can be easily selected from our ; new stock. ! More style, more service,-more -comfort and satisfaction than you can find anywhere else in town. .'.. .Have you seen our. new-shoe..' , THE WHIRL OF THE TOWN? made of Velour Calf, double sole, $3.50. Can't be beat.- for 'wear. Also -our Patent and- Enamel Shoes, $2.D0 to $3.50.. - r .. ::; - I 'v ! IT Exchange Place v R TRIMHEW The new arrivals are quite different from the season's earjy- comers. The styles seem to have more "dash" and are more strikingly stylish than the creations of the earlier weeks. Each day adds attractions-to our counters In the way of new shapes and mater ials. r - r - . I. CHASE, EXCHANGE PLACE. Ilellr&PectCoI Sleeping Garments For Ladies anJ Children, SHORT PETTICOATS, FLANNEL ETTE GOWNS AND DRESS ; ING SACQUES. At C9c Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing Sacques, embroidered edge, value 75c. ' At 98c Ladies' Fine Flannelette Dressing Sacques, ribbon trimmed, value $1.25. At 23c Children's Ribbed Sleeping Garments, with feet, were 39e. At 49c Children's Outing Flannel Night Robes, were 09c. At 39c Infants' Outiug'Flannel Night Robes, were 50c. At 49c Ladies' Outing Flannel Night Robes, braid trimmed, were cOc. At 39c Ladies' Outing Flannel Dress ing Sac-ernes, were 50c. At 23c Ladies' Outing Flannel Short Skirts, deep hem, were 35c. A FEW SPECIALS IN WOJMEN'S CLOAKS. At $4.98 100 Ladies' Kersey : Jackets, all silk lined, value $7.50. At $5.98 Ladies' 24-inch Box Coats, all lined, value !?S.50. At $3.98 Covert Coats .velvet trimmed value $0. CARPETS AT OLD PRICES. Our Carpet Sale has been verv suc cessful. Get your oiider in while it lasts. When we are compelled to buy more Carpets we sjiall be obliged to advance prices. Now is your oppor tunity. Don't miss it. ,'..- iTliBMilWPecUo! A. MAILHIOT, . isa y. main sr. Special Hosiery Sale, At 5e a pair Men's Women's, Misses' and Children s Hose. Some are 1 seamless, others hand made foot in black and mixtures. 'At 10c a pair Men's Natural Wool or dark blue : Shaker socks; regular price 15c a, pair. At 12Mc pair All wool Half Hose in all colors, dark or light; value 17c, At 10c pair Ladies' Fleeced Lined fast black and seamless; value 15c. At 10c palp Boys' Black Hose, double knee and spliced heels and toes; value loe. The prices above are only for the next ten days. Two Rooms In Milford Building, Center street, for ofllee or building purposes. Also, One tenement, four rooms. One tenement, five rooms. ' ! All modern improvements- J. W. Gaffney, 1G EAST MAIN ST. Rooster Says If Bryan is Elected president your sugar will cost you double the -price .you are paying now, ana ne- gives xue loiiowmg rea sons for saying'so:; In 1898 we consumed 4.474.150.5GO pounds of sugar. We only raised 804, 031,080 pounds. This compelled us to go Into foreign countries and purchase 3,670,11 IS.S80 pounds of sugar that we paid for with gold dollars.. Nothing else would be accepted. We all know that one gold dollar is equal to two silver dollars of the brand of William J. Bryan. If ' this reasoning is not sound, will some democrat let mo know and I will sell milk for 5 cents a quart all winter. It - ? . NEW SHOPPING MART. OPTICAL DEPT, Eyes Tested and Examined ,tmFree By the 'latest objective and Subjective . ' ' '-v methods. ' 1 Doulile fold Serges in browns, greens and blues, from 15c, 11c Double fold washable Plaid Dress Goods, this week 12c 40-inch Cashmere and Serge, value 39c, 25c 44-inch silk finish German Hen rietta in brown, blue, green, tan and castor, from 75c, this week 49c 54-inch Oxford Homespun, strict ly all wool, from $1, this week C9c 54-ineh Venetians, all wool, in tans, castors, browns, blues and grays, value $1.50, 98c 54-inch Golf Cloth Suiting In brown, tan, blue and green mixtures and plaid back, value $2, $1.59 54-inch rich Plaid Dress Goods and all new outing colorings, from $1.50, $1.10 4G-ineh Black Serge, good rich black and finely finished, value 50c, 4G-ineh India Twilled, strictly all wool and fast black, from 75c, 42-inch German Henrietta, lus trous finish and extra weight, from 75c, 54-inch heavy twilled Cashmere, mohair finish, from $1.25, 4G-ineh Brilliantiue, rich and lus trous, value 75c, 42-inch hafndsome furaway, crink ly, rich silk Crepons, from 47e 49e 79e 4Gc $2.50 and $3, $1.39 54-incb. heavy Venetian and strict ly all wool, from $1.50, 54-inch Broadcloth, regular price 9Sc $1.75,, ;. . v , ... . $1.10 24-inch India Silks, this week ' 47c 2G-inch heavy Satin, this week 45c: 27-inch.) heavy Black Taffeta, ; worta $f.25, . 89c 2G-incli Taffetas, all colors, .i 49c 2G-inq'h heavy Taffetas, from $1, 27-infch Duchess, worth $1.75, French 7pc OSc-i Flannels Thousands of pleased customers leave our counters with one of ' our.1. French Flannel Waists ; with their colors so varied one I cannot keep but place. A . You give us a call. Plains, 4c Fancies, ;5f)c CONLON BROS. I; NEWi gHOPPIlSX MAR'T. 142-144146-148 - SOUTH MAIN Opposite Scovlll Street. i rrnoifo .Wnterburv National Bank D G -.a s ilk 3.-- . . - -V - -. .- . '?:i3irjfffifiii From Street 3 to 16 years, "AH wool, double seat and knee, from seam to seam. H :.i.n . f I fcehLiitie gs - - -- -- I-' in-- u ' .-. - h . r Pi " . PI Boys' .Suits JONES, MORGAN & 00. 8 9 I I I u 0, 1 I s I I Boston Furniture III South main Street. CASH O? TO THE- LADIES' Of Waterbury and vic inity. Thanking you for past liberal patro nage we wisn to smie ium now prepared for fail trade, with a new and up-to-date line of materials for Our Custon Tailoring Department. Ask your friends about us, if you have not already patronized us. . Above an. come early, before the busy season, and -t--v i .1 4- -v Jit-fin. leave your orders, we na.u w u.- point many last season who came late. N.T. Cloak Mfg. Co 110 BO MAIN STREET. S.A. WEINSTEIN. ... AKHOBHCEMEBT . . . Mr Joseph H, Mooney Having recently returned from Italy, where he has ueen stuayiug iue mi y- singing under II Signor Carlo Moretti, Is prepared , to take a limited num ber of pupils at his new" studio in the New England Engineerm Ins-.. ... ,. Co's build- Ire You Going To Buy a Sew Range ? t '-'fV'wiu Tift v vciu to loot at our STAMFORD Do you want a STEAM rm-r WATER HEATER? BOILER, if so; In iiuire about xne v m;u. - p; H, GARRITY, 221 BANK STREET. . . telephone, 103-4. .' .. , :, ST, I to Street 92.3siahS si SB 1 Tot As young as three years are cared for here with Sweaters. Big tots to, that is boys up to 1 6 years will find us with even a larger stock of hand some sweaters than ' re car- 1 n 1 i H I ft tied last year wh every boy in town ca for our kind price $2.Jo.- i most e here 98c to Si MOEGrAN & GO. If another house can show as good, as wel made, ns good style or as good pat terns as we show, in Boys' Suits for 2. o, it's because they're willing to sell Boys' Clothing on as close a margin as we sell our Boys' Good Clothing. But they don't the $3.00 to $3.0 piles of other houses show no better values than these Boys' Suits of ours for $2.50. Start In Time. If you want to outfit and beau tify your home for the Winter, or to' make some alterations or addi tions in the furniture line, make a memorandum of what is need ed and look throitgh our stock now. Everytliicg Tcr Ecnscfcecping. CARPETS, CROCKERY, STOVES. RANGES. ETC. GO-CARTS Splendid line to select from. UNDERTAKING in all Branches. Night calls District Office. No 5 East Main street. Telephone, G05-3. ft 3 i I i o CREDIT. FINE MILLINERY, The Paris Co., (M. Applebaum. P. Bibro.) Well known as lirst class trimmers, are prepared to do the most artistic work at reasonable prices. 13 South Main street, near Nugent s Drug Store. N. B Mourning Goods a specialty. A. C. NORTHROP & CO., 27 and 29 Canal St, Waterbury. Manufacturers of FINE PAPER BOXES, DEALERS IN PAPER AND TWINE. A Social IP m m m tarn At a private party of a congenial set at some of the fairs makes one's blood TINCSLE (in a slight degree) as uoes Dodge's when he is rushing auout in the business men s DasKet onn. (Jreat! You ladies or course warn the daintest of footwear. see our variety. - 75c A' neat Bow Strap Sandal in K: l.Ki sanuais iu xow .nuu j. Opera and Common . Sense; Two Strap Plain; Patent Leather Bow. SANDALS 7 styles at $1.00. jVll 1'aieut ami iivuij oue Strap Sandals; Vici Kid one Strap Ones. A 1 Sift 'patent Leather French ' Heel - , Adonis; Patent three Strap very nobbv; Beautiful French Heel, two Strap Vici. Dance in Dodge's Dainties, s - , , H.G;Dodge &Go SOUTH MAIN STREET. Bank St. SI airway in U. S. & Co'b- it :) i V 3 id.