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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 17, 1900. -
- AS YOU LIES IT
Some Stray Leaves From A Reporter's
Nolo Book.
.Isn't it a rather strange thins tli.it'
people who have been sirong party
iueu all 'their lives ami neve" received
any recognition for ilioir service rare
ly ever h.-.ve any kick coming long
its liieir si le comes in ahead in the
luce. It is the men who have becu'
remembered hand-;n:i:ely 'who make
the i!M:;t ti-ese when tiiey happen to
by pushi :1 asid" Pi make room for some
one- el -e who wants a show to get his
loot on the first round of the ladder.
.
A jolly. rt:J-:i.;inri-tl fr!lwv" was
r"di!!g the I 'iiitier:. : last nkrht ill one
or ii;.' h.eai eai'-es a:.,! in loohPi.-.: it over
he ;!. .e to llio Kcei in reference to
George L. Liih V.-;ii expenses,
lie road this el-atal, ;: made no rtun
uu".K upon any !' : i;.- it: :.i ; cxei-pl in
cident''.:.'." - h r. p. aiet i hree or
four tint.-.- 1 thru said: "I'M wager
a pi:.:-u-r i! :: v.P-l:-n! '.-nt
the v.-i J ;.'...:.,:: .!! iia'.il .'.-I. l e;: i
the Ka' ,!r('::y i.'t;;hT linre election a.e
cover 4:1 i:p i:i that iidrp.."
"1'iei a t'.rvan r.: n lavsel:'." mI a
lady w:: i I . la o;:e oi" her ci;;n:m;i:s;;- j
iii a ! ;;! iwt:mr.t:i. Ii;:t 1 d"-i'i say
mtieii ii:.ll!f it '" !'! ! I'!' ! p.".p!t I
I wail i:p: arc !'r.l! da:.! pa ii ..Pke." j
"Oh. sail! il:e o;!n - .:.::!. appa: ent iy i
f:etii"V, hp! etirp'-iee, a. Paii lecoaiia.' ;
I!:'ie.e. " what party :: 1 Pey !-'o:!st ;
to?" "i h-n't kii. r.-p)W the i'.r..r ;
gir! with laiagiit;- to -s of her ln-ad. j
find tut'iv'!'; 'as lis t;p a ' if .;: !': :t '
dNgr-ded -it thf. .uV-.ttrdity of (!.;:;
ri aso;ii!i:a. I thin!: i:;r:y e:.n ck.'tn ;
them. They Itifk iif !!-:!:i!ig Put their !
stomachs ti!!'i a.re the ;.m iliKieu'i .
(:"rii!,'is t , i,h ;s--e ii. 1 Ihul wi lay :
side, .'i (:h!) li ctmnoi teil v.-J i - i her site
Pad reiV-reta-e to 1 . i- hi an or her
1 ;i : !(; t. M lae litnl tiiey ".v. -re or.l
for MeKi::! y ln-:a;c st-aie of iia' pnlc
i'e aaai: as Jatrl a a::ti d the work!:tjr
j-.c.-ip'.e i'i fv.M 1!i!her paiis if iia' re
puidieaus got in as iiii."
The case cf Nicia o
ward MvJiat.tK no v
c: e-rt. is !i';rn tinv
1, n;:.:: ar.d !.r..::g::t
o!' sp: i la; -;rs yesp .
1 v.a --i! A t : oir.i v IP;
'a!a:bri -"(' vs IM
.:i in t he district
considerable ;st
o.i: a iiia' cr.i'.v ! i
; y. A iiif b.- ;
e't. eoUPs-l for
tite d. feioiai;'. ar-d l:e iiayea. v. is nl
letabvl ii.e j.;.:::;!:-V '..bile ho was laid
Po. was ti,- i-.r-t '.!:!;. g r;:e t..:i:;"re.'d
iurinT ti:e day. '1 '"' at.'oi ney waiP- o
to know why ! ;::.; was p. . S'T!t
to t!te !:-'pi'al wiare , - wonid have
received protn." rale iaepad of ie" P
ing him in a bea-di-i' !:oa e ,; It ti
one to leal: opt to:- t-aa. !'r iieyes
said tile care and a e so-a; the n-.an
r. . ;( !P ias o a r e: ;; p. ps:. -a
good as !: a ..aid h:.ve ! a ' at ;'
pi, a!. ail" ai..:.--. d .i .r
7 ' !-. ,-li Pi v, -I I e f a .'' '
t'a y trot a pei-d a i.r in tie- el
l'a ban ' " a a r 'i a a; b; ra s ;-n ( '
.'troof rial be., ay Paalr sir - t as tia y !
tlo a : t be be pi: a1 visa a:
prop!" say he KT, ." -a'd 1 be b e. a. ;
y do. and belt and. in any a ...
vhr: !;e aot at :: i. a : a b. ' -e. a :
f-ueh as ) h,j la a a e.aa-a . a ,
from his p. yleied and a ePaaa of ,1',
would have ia ip 1 baa sp b a,
tana." Ti' attorney, o arcasjeai:3'p
"1 sap -Pi i -'' if i lie pitili : get Sep.- aella
good P ese while i:e v.aot sk it v. oald
Pa .- i ' iae;:'' TaP "aa.de ell ta-.i.-l :
f :tbl i -it : .iud Civ.a ii tiiabaa b
'a:i"eb t-i 1 id;' tee rp plos ef hae.h;er
that pb.ya-i around h ; happy f:p e.
The :p"e- : Ui is ca'tcu as k dp says a
V.Vii ialia: il Wl'ii. I . SI fraud of ',,. -'. s
lion j.a.e :i new. is housekeeping a
lo.-it art ': The answers .; sn.eiy seid
.:bel. saai s- id ia; alo.ge.ia-r s.P- be---toiy:
it; st'.'.ciy. far Pea: :.s ing u lc l
fir;. aaes;an-i p.ag a-- is-ae m ;ai as:
tbiin w.-er. C:i:i any oi.e deu'.r ties.
-c:isib ring the naa-sereus tialnap-p
!.:!: ... 1 i la- s s t : re su e i'.:r lb.
j raeileai sppb.- f dona e.ie t uo!-.;;,-.
he -.'-1 ''.'e! Ip co-eplag sp:-i byalepeV 'I e
girl thia gar a-;';i .p. I y ia;au:s of
per thorough, sdl-a1' eosd etp.ti-ath.-n. i-
altor-ethcr mw eatab'ie t ban hi r pred-e--issors.
If; r eidleae b i'e, far faiua
pntitt'eg her for p-racii; al wo-da has
nt'ileil Pn-adtli aval vigor to her mind,
pnh'.rge:' her sytnisatbie:;. -las'! iie'resss.--;
and multiplies her Poorest-; in life, so
that if she wi.-l.es or ! t to tab" op
l:ccsel. ( enb'ar she will hi ing tin iutelii
f.ent o::d lailitu'cd tssitid to beat upon
'the daily round the enmmon task."
art', so l'Patbc her Ipnic t a ;eb;bte-t.
cheeriest, stveete-'" I'.tul t:ost coliif rt
able tisot on csi'Thl J.'tv.ty wiaiaei
rrv-r a., vs foliaw a 4t:t"" c profess- a.
.-..I .n tt to 1r i-'Teiie i'leoae.e thi
'.i.i.oest'eofed" '-.vr-To.-m is ,,af of datef'egrapii. telephone; freight
h"t- it is ouite the c-sairarv. for. hsiv-
frr thos ne-iitrctl loo i-aa-ss-Pt-e hab:ft '
find wider views of Pfe. she will carry
n-'t all household duties in a too'v
t'-oroecdi sin! tpel lino ten: manner than
the woman cf former days.
.The pumping station is now in veork
lr.g order and the public is happy, but.
vdii-.t about the army of squirrels that
were driven out cf their homes and
robbed cf their winter stock of waP
iu:ts; (Paring the general cleamug out
that took place at the phint? The
vorknien found severed cosy nests
Eurrovnded hv an abundance of hiik'1'"" ' ,L- ' ""I
'. , , , , t .....a,., i . ' or diahmrsed any mouuy are given. In
which shewed 1l:at the little f.-purieis .... .. . . ,, .
, ., ..-. ,r,T n,.,-W.: fA,. li e lU Ht '-' the t diOWillgS
had made ample provision for the
rainy tiny, never dreaming that they
w os-hi
be dhturla d by the ruthless
haud of man. especially at this season -e. w,.....,.
of the vrar. Yonder what will the , lven Decorafmg tnpany New
dieted tenants of the immning station 1rk. New Haven and Hartford rail
1 . 4.,' '....4 I road. Adams Express company. 1 . 1-.
r.o TO mai:e amciios icr too- fn-.u v..-.
tfrff and the board of public -works.
who o derru t h s work dene, to semi
X few bushel of nuts cut there aaa
P " , " , 4.x... . i. 1
. tm.-cr ,-. i, f,v.ini1 I
lnmity th.-ft lm fallen upon them? ' "' " ; " ' " '
Will their neighbor, share their bed " "ltl iti? P B
nnd board with iliem or wiil they be frI:!I,1 '''. ; SV-' V ' , t i t -l.
ft homeless and hungry and die of Mansiiold. X. A la.madge II. A Eo.
lr"nt cr exposure? - It would he a 1m- tor. J. Mix N I, -V ehster P I .
1' 1. ,.r T.-i'. Brandegee. l. O.Jackson. A . L. dd-
imiiic io i, i i-i- pji ii ....... 4..
iV theVe nd U r ous creatures, whose nford. Lester Smith. T. Wilson E.
iV'inet. though not of the unerring U- Betts. A A Bailey W L. Hall, J.
Kind in this particular case, prompted j J- , O. Kwler V. B. Spragtte,
,Pem to seek shelter there this winter, ) V?. C. X. Dan el. Be
as hev have been inhe habit of do jl A' J- tCi"-
?n in the past. Superintendent v- A- J?2? "' 'V'- Annie
O'Brien mits the squirrels watched I Oantuier. the JToraM Publishing cem.
.v move he made nt the station this
full "nnd knows that they would have
moved frttt in time to save their goods
If they had been eiven Just 0 dav s
notieo. Imt the rder to proceed with
t 1ob was so short he did not have
ti nnnce to warn them, so that the
fret Intimation they had of the TworH
f devastation came to them when the
npfcnttions commenced and they were
forced" to skin, taking nothimr -with
them but -what thev had on wlien the
Intruders enterd. Weil, who knows
fmt the Plvi'ne Master, who -watches
tr-tr tin oil. will guide them to some
ertfrer Wvt." trliere thev will be even
hnfwilcr .than tliMr would have heen in
old wind-svrept pumpai station.
EVEXIXG WITH EOXGFEIXOW.
Musical auj Literary Trent at Convent
: of Xotre Dame.
Tlio.se wlio Vcre prpnt at the "Ev
eniii!' with Longfellow1," given by the
class of 'ol of Notre Dame, last night,
were treated to a musical and literary
treat such as oni; seldom sees outside
an institution of tins kind. A hand
saiiis etching of Longfellow occupied
a conspicuous place on the stage. The
program was as follows: "Tt Is Not
Always Spring,"' chorus; essay. "The
I'.asr of Our Native Bards." Miss M.
MeCowaii: "oaudalphon," Miss E. Me
Dcnacli: "The Legend Leautiful,"
Miss L. Ihtwes: essay. "The Walks o;
L!u-r.u::re." Miss K. McXaniara: "Aue
,t on Extr.tortLnary," Miss A. ltannon;
'('oiite to Me. I.) Ye Children," lullaby;
( ssijy. '('uiiiiigs from Evangeline,"
Miss if. McCarthy: 'Condemnation of
the Acadia ns." Miss E. Ielaney: "A
U trospee;." M'ss V.. Madden: "Lady
V.'eatvvori!!." Miss C. Moriarly: panto
r.i:.a "1 i iav.-aia::." (lass of I'.tOl;
Maa:-i!i'-at. T!:e issays and recitations
w, re t xeai-t'.ltsgiy will renderetl. -anti
ti:,. mttstU- was o!' ti e Ulsh O'-der which
people invar'.al-ly iuar at tlie convent
i.T Nt t iv 1 'aPo.
V.'l.il" the numbers were retuler
i .l iti a very cretl!i;:tile liattn'.er it
vaieai i Kce::i tha! ti:e pantomime de
serves special tP!u5on. It was a very
pretty scene a.:ai thove v.-ho fo-t!: part
it! i! si'MV.iil that tiiey had been
thoroughly drilled i'r th oci-aslott by
a m.-.stor liaad. T!:e credit for litis
li.-.n icniar pari of the eoreises is doe
I to M Ws Marie C. Mcl'anei!. teacher
j of i loci! t ton a.tnl thys!eal ettpttre. vein.
' aiil -eagli !'o!'e l;tt two v.ve'a:. has ai-
; reitpy ;eni'!stratel her ability .to pro-
j (liM-e go; si resitil:' in these branches, if
: sic sueeeeiled in n-';i;::;g such a pro-
: liomteed sui'( ess of lite pantomime pr-
sre-i! he i nigiit. with bat t wi weeks'
I preparation. wi:a- e:ay not expect
: from her in the future.
l'UEFKUIlNCi: EOIl VETERANS.
f's.ntnia'.nl'. r-iu-(.'!tief of llie (I rand
Atiny I'tging Tiiis ie I'uhlie Service.
St Lord Mo. Nov 17.-- '.'.un'.iiaiider-in-Ciae;
of the Grand Army of the lie
pabbe .Paige Lei Jp-s.pur ef ti.is city
issu,. 'general order X" '' .'itliiit
a f- w d..ys. i .: s. ei' .n ef lids order
v.Sil r.aap- t house n ..linti.iii o.TT'J,
ai.aag je'eferi nr.- for Vetera .Is in the
pt 1 be servi'e. v,-h'.cll l( -solution le
olvn! i'avoraide i oasideraiion by the
commit t. e hi the last session i'f the
pre- cat e.epareas. a'.d is c:-:peett d to
'aeeaap' a law tail? in the coming ses-
S!-T1.
To tie' end that the 11 pes:s in
i!:e f' rp.'-tive d- iatriaa nts of tile C.A.
U.
! hoe
' bill
may ala- ro-i' pp. L: ms lavoiang
e r sepui.ei r.7'.I. copies of the
w'.i'a a haaory of the work of iha
app.e have oeiio si nv each post
bur a-aion in the. for the ses don
lagr.-ss which begins next manth.
of
ti!0
CUST lib AX ELECTION.
IP-publican Committee Spent
fvbT.oen in Connecticut.
i i Chairman A. Ii. Ib'or. of the rcptib
, ile;-,u state e; nti';il committee, tiled
: yes'crday ;s fierta am his reno: t to the
state secretary of receipts and expend. -tares
for the year lbo;i.
i The receipts were ;'.:;7.1'.7. ami
v. . l e reeeived from E. S. Henry. M.
lib Kv.n-.o'iey, George I'. McLeatl. E. .1.
. Hit'.. E. Ma.vv.-e!!. A. M. Young. A.
I Lewes. Per. .Iaa.es MacjmnaM. X. i .
Saerry. !b -V.". Marsh. Henry Gay. E.
b". Se held. P.. S. Keith. A. ' 'liata.ber
lia. G. IPoUilipg. .1. '!. Eesseuden.
.Pine s vr. Haaae. M. S Chapman. C.
il. Itawicy. .1. E. Ca'ef. K. A. ibiiier,
Ciaahs 'heips. E. IP Fuller. .V. A.
la- abwei!. TP.on"'-on Grant. AV. Jen
n'aas. ". 11. P. Yinnl. I". I'el'eyster.
.'. o. Sevu'-ear. Hart'ey. C. 11.
K. eoey. V.. lb .Ise-bson. C. H. Xebbp
TT. ....... j-C. !" p-aek,o-. T. L. AVsit-
-up, Eavid Sfoeg c. is. TPs I; y. James
'b WocdndV. ib O. Kc!hir." Elliott.
Eronsou. S. vV. KePe-g. H. 1 T. E-ide-le;.!s.
I't'SPlkPn s-s- ;. ell. Kdwin A' ill)!
, .1. (b MiseheP. lb E. ?.r.trsh. J. TS. Noble.
C an--" lb K.-nda!!. IL O. Averlll. E.
V'. 1 Havi y bb-.'ia!; K'.nny. Csirtv.t
S-'e-ieer. .T. 7; :ning Eel kins, 'ib E.
Hopkins'. T. T'nsnn.
1 lOxiiendiiut'es.
Iti nt of hali audi headquar
ters i? 1,(!-11 !"
T r.; i cling exr.ete-es of spe.tk-
;20 OP
P. 123 IS
Lb t'! ( ,:;
Sprain rs;
(.'ierb-sil compensation .
Stationery
and express
1S5 (id
15-i r,U
Eos; a
Incidentals l.'Jb'S 5-t
Case. Loekwood & Eralnard
and V. A. Haedor 2i':f 3:1
Litem lure U.'.W 10
Clubs P10 i0
Hotel bills do at;
Committees 24.202 00
Total $30,010 7C
Itecipitntst.
The names of 114 "committees,
clubs, usso-eiations, reporters, editors,
or proprietors of newspapers," to
v.hom lie 1ms "paid, given, expended
F. Donahue, Eulletiu company, A.
'' pv' , '''. ..
,,... t-i- r i
1" tilted States Envelope company.
I- M- Hartford Box comply
C. E BrooKer. Southern Xew England
Telephone, compauy. Bill Bros, J. B.
1 eiepiioiKs. runuj
' nruonr.
Western L'nion. Jf. Watson, ,T. Perkins,
X. S. Brewer. Smith Premier Typewrit
ing company,, Case. Loekwood &
Bra'nard, W. A. Bnedor, Allyn house,"
II. Pratt. P. Thayer and Edwin Bwirt.
ONE CEXT A MILE,
Chlpago, Noy 17.-Kailroads pf the
Western Passenger association to-day
formally decided not to authorize the
rate of 1 cent a mile for the proposed
encampment of the Grand Army of
the Jtepublic pt Denver nest August.
Unless the veterans back down from
their stand, Cleveland in all probnhli
itv -will be 'the location of the thirty
fifth annual encampment. . , ...
er
DANGER IN BONFIRES.
Little Laura Bowers Severely Burned
This Morning.
Laura, the seven years' old daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs E. J. Bowers of ii'JS
Dublin street narrowly escaped being
burned to death this morning while
playing around a lire the children had
lighted among the dried leaves and
debris that can be found in ad parts
of the town at this season and which
too often turns out to be a source of
accident and in some cases death to
children, all- of whom take delight in
setting the stuff on lire. Had it not
been for the efforts of the girl's mother
and the neighbors the child would have
been burned to a cinder and, as it was,
the little one suffered frightfully and
will be sick and sore for many a day
if she gets out of it. More than two
thirds of the surface of the body is
burned, including the back, hands,
arms and limbs. I)r '. C. Lodge was
called and made the patient as' com
fortable as possible under the circum
stances. It would be a good plan if the police
would arrest children caught lighting
iirts on t!ie roadside, in ilooryttrds,
pasture, lots or oilier places where
they are likely to cause damage to
property to say nothing about the
danger of some one being cremated
in those death traps. In many in
stances the tires are started by young
sters who ought to know better and
left there for children who do not
know the risk they are running to
feed around and then when an accident
happens no one knows where to place
the responsibility. All anybody wants
to put these young rascals who make
a practice of lighting tires out doors
where they will be taught manners,
is their names and the courage to hand
the same to the prosecuting attorney.
It is the duty of any neighbor who
sees this work going on to stop it and
if it cannot be done without resorting
to law people should have back hone
enough to go into the courts in order
to do away as far as possible with
the constant dread of seeing their chil
dren roasted under their own eyes.
S IIO KT C A L E XI) A R.
The ?.:cMa:ius-Calab:cse Case Will Ee
Iiesumed Monday.
Very little business of importance
was transacted at short calendar in
Lie liisitis-t court tins fet'emam. At
torney Wood of this city and Eormer
Senator Herman of Winsled engaged
in a wordy encounter while arguing a
motion to erase in the suit of the town
of Plena, nth against P'rauk C. Earnes
ol ah Were there any volumes to
spare from the court library Mr Wood
wottid undoubtedly have given his ad
ersary some of them iu the. neck, not
thsit tiie Witisb'd ox-senator needs
them, but the Eras-; city attorney was
real mad at the other's evident inabil
ity to see things as himself saw them.
Court reserved decision in the matter.
A niolion for execution iu the suit of
Seymour Smith et al against Vi". M.
lltn'lbr.rt was; postponed to Monday.
Ail the oilier business either went over
a week or no definite action was taken
in it. '1 he deft ndant's demurrer in
the matter of the. Eagle Lock Co of
Torryvillo against: an inventor named
Carl Xossk was sustained. The case
of Calabrose again;;! McManuw will be
r sumod Monday, and the famous
house, the Waterhury 1'eef and Provis
ion Co. against Joseph Ouimeite, wiil
come up next Friday.
ST THOMAS'S FAIL.
A Turkey Supper Will Ee Ei.rnis'aed
'1'his Evening.
As on previous evenings, a large au
dience attended St Thomas's fair last
evci.iair. The stage entertainment
was highly interesting and brought
forth the applause of those present.
'.I'iie lirst number on the progrsim. a
select ion enii ileal "Music of the Birds. "
was excellently rendered by a quartet
composed of the Misses Sweeney. Pie
bus and the Messrs Byrnes, and Howe.
A soprano solo. "Love is u Tyrant."
from the "Singing Girl." by Miss M:-ie
Eebus. upheld the reputation cf this
young lady as one of Watef-hury's most
charming singers. Edward Keegan
acted as accompanist. The "Spinster
Soiree." which was such a success on
Monday night that it was i pea red hist
evening by request, again mot with a
hearty reception. Too much credit
cannot be accorded the MNes Hayes
ami Ouinn fi r the admirable manner
in which everything connected with
the "Spinster Soiree" h.is been man
aged. The marching calisthenics by
children of St Thomas's parish, under
the direction of Miss Hayes, was
greeted with such cordiality that
it will be repeated this evening. Miss
Ksitheriue Ward acted as accompanist.
The standing of the voting contest last
evenirar wa---: William Reiliv, 20S,
Edward McEvoy. T.'7; Edward Kane
So: Captain Dodos, K7; William
Squires. '.2: P Hollywood. 02; Captain
Hull. 4ti; E. Holland., 22. Solos by Mrs
E. I'ox and Miss Mstrgarof Dehiiiey. a
drill by boys and the marching calis
thenics will comprise the program for
this evenimr. This evening will be the
last night for the turkey suppers, and
every (tie who has not yet visited thii
part of the fair should do so to-night,
as one of the best suppers that could
be desired is served by an obliging and
efficient corps of young ladies.
FOOT BALL IX CHICAGO.
Chicago, Nov 17. Foot ball tit
ondary schools and acacemies lias re
eeived the unqualified and almost
unanimous sanction of the principals
and deans of the affiliated schools of
the university of Chicago. At thef
fourteenth annual educational conven
tion cf the schools the question of foot
1 ball Im.t he , preparatory institutions
I was discussed at length by 120 educat-
1 ors from all parts of the country, in
cluding the Chicago High schools.
After discussing the subject for some
time the following resolution was
adopted by n vote of US to 2: "Be it
resolved, that this body favors foot
ball in the secondary schools, provid
ed it is tinder the control of the facul
ty." HADLEY'S ADMINISTRATION.
New Haven, .Conn. Nov 17. Includ
ing receipts for, the bl-centenu!al fund
and subscriptions not yet paid in. the
first year and n half of President Hart
ley's administration show total gifts
of all kinds to the UniVersity of some
what more than eleven hundred thous
and dollars, ; , ; a, , , . . ; - a
rORTO RICO TRUST.
Xew York, Nov 17. The South Por
to Rico Sugar company has filed arti
cles of incorporation at Elizabeth, - N.
J. The enterprise: is capitalized for
?.1,000.000. of which $1,000,000 Is com
mon and the balance preferred stocks.
-.HARDING'S
Boston 99c Store
, 72-74 SOUTH MAIN ST. v-,
9t .
Oil Heaters
"OUR MASCOT" 10 inch wick, alum
inum steel oil tank, will heat a
room 15 feet square. Our price
$2.75. Regular price $4.
"LITTLE GIAXT" S-inch wick, cast
iron foot rest; will easily heat a
room 10 feet square. Our price
$3.05. Regular price $4.50.
"THE LIGHTHOUSE" ltj Inch wick,
aluminum steel oil tank; will heat
a room 20 feet square. Our price
?4.20. Regular price $5.50.
"THE BAXXEIl" Xo 3; made by
1'lume iSr Atwood; no better stove
can be bought for the money. Out
price if4.00. Regular price $4.50.
There is'110 dust, uo smoke, no smell,
to these Stoves, and the cost of run
ning them is about lc an hour.
FINE MILLINERY, The Paris Go,,
(M. Applebaum. 1'. Bibro.) .
Well known as first class trimmers,
are prepared to do the most artistic
work at reasonable prices.
123 South' Main street, near Xugent's
Drug Store. XT. B. Mourning
Goods a specialty.
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY
FOB IMMEDIATE SALE.
Fei!r Building Lois
at Highland Park
Throe lots on North Willow street
just beyotmd F. B. Hoadley's house,
sixe 50 feet front by 150 feet deep, at
$975.00
$950.00
$800.00
Also one lot on Watervillc road at
Highland Park, CO feet front by 100
feet deep.
$375.00
They're the cheapest lots in the city,
worth a third more certainly and will
make a splendid- investment, as they
will be worth double, easiiy, inside of
two years. Will sell at above ligures
if taken this week. Apply to
I 11 HAMPSON,
154 GEAXD STREET.
One Barrel Granite Flour
Free Monday, Nov. 19.
To EACn r-EUSON rt'KCII ASIXG OXE DOLLARS' worth of
GOODS, we shall sive a COUPON'. Also with EACH SALE of one
pound of COFFEE or one-half pound of TEA.
WE shall continue to give one barrel of our GBAXITE FLOER
EVERY MONDAY until further notice.
A barrel of GRAXITE FLOU R free when Xo 4227 is presented.
The White-Simmons Co. I
WHOLESALE AXD
$ 163-I65 Bank Street
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Leaders In
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f ants-For Sale-To Rent
will
U. H.
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11-17-1
rpo TtENT-
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harness, also
ug machine.
601 Eiverskle0St?eec-tf1er
11-15-3
rpo RENT
floor.
all iiniirovements. TjrivaUi
hall. CS4 Norta,
11-15-M
le Street. Mrs Dawson.
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ANTED Washing and
ironing, at 5
liisliop Street. Mrs
iuruur
11-13-5
rpo KENT A barn of twelve
Applv to
lM3-tf
P. Ilolohuu.
KENT One flat ot six 1
. P. Iloloban.
ll-t;i-tf
WANTED -Two xperiencod salesladies for
cur cloak UsspsirLmcnt: s-auary frcru ciadit
to ttn dollars per week. .-. A. Weinsteiu. 11-S-U
WANTKU 5sM bievt'les to store for the win
ter at .V.ic caisii. Youinati's 351 South Main
Street uad Zt'j VVjt Main Sli-ee 11-1-li
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rpo KENT Tim e rooms, l-'l Cooks) Street,
modern improvi'meuts. -vs. Kive roo'n.
Is:! Mapl" Strei-t. modem improvcnu'iits. il.'.tis.
Five rooms. Ii0 Nortli Jl-iiu Str. e'.. nuk ni im-jiri.vi-uts,
sis. liniuue John O'Neill. t:tl Coolie
Street. . 10-31-tf
rpo RENT- line tenement of eiadit rooms and
tivo tessenients 01 four rooms each, at 1t'i5
Sous h Main Street. Mrs J. P. Lawlor ;n Cooke
Street. I!s--.'U
rpo HKN'T In -.VsilerviUe, on .Vis)ie Street
uessv lsoliey a very tit lis raPie six room cot
tape. :dt improvements imtuttin'j furss.iee.
spriii;.' MsiU'r. hirt4t'. lot: ai. et). tteoes e j. .Ictiks,
Corner Prosoect and Chestnut Stive Is. VVnter
ville. lu-J'J-u"
TjiOT'Nn The place to crei a rcuulr.r dinner
for 1 sic- AJeXio's 5 and 10c lunch room. s-TJ
Bank Street.
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WANTl'tD Chris ti an istsiii or woman v.illiis--to
qualily loi- permanent. po.Miion of
trust, here in heme county. -is); 0 yearly. Ka
close self addressed, stusnped envelope to
Secretary, cure of Democrat. li)-U-tf
WANTKD Cat off clothsus.' for which tlie
highest csssn prices will be paid. Clean -insr.
cyehnf and rs'piiring neatly done. Vniliam
j.i liank .street. i-:;,-ii
IHVESTHEHT PHQPEBTY!
Located on Orange stret; 3 family
house; eoutains al modern improve
ments; size of lot. 50x75 feet; rents for
?t!5 per month; reasonable amount
down; price if 4.000. This will pay
you a larper :er cent on your money
than bank interest. Look this us.
LAX( J AND E1IELAX.
125 Bank Street.
EASILY SATISFIED. Si.OQ
It's no boast ins to say ti:at we can
sliow you as t'tiie a line of tiff Bosom
I-'aney All Over Shirts as ever came
to Waterbury. It's easy picking from
such a stock.
Look in Our Window. j
Come in the Store.
ilLLIOi, tlie latter
25 Exchange Elace.
Bulbs, Hyacsnllis,
Tulips and Grocua.
Xow is the time to plant for spring
flowering.
Clirysantliemums, Eoses, Carna
tions, Violets, cut twice every day.
Balms and Ferns, thousands to se
lect from.
Call and see my stock at Fnion
street and Xorth Willow and judge for
yourself about the quantity a'ud quali
ty in stock.
DALLAS,
The Florist.
S2 EXIOX AXD 25 EAST MAIX ST.
Telephone 41S.
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The Suits for men made hy
A. Shuman & Co, Boston,
well known for high stand
ard of their goods, are some
of the best values offered by
any house in the city. For
$10, $12, $15, US, you can
find plain and fancy -worsteds
all colors and sizes, well
trimmed and lined, and every
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a5 rsrj
suit guaranteed to give 'sat
isfaction or a new suit in
place of the old one. This
is what we think and do with
Shumau's clothing, ,
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Low Prices.
Reid,
..and..
Hushes.
SATRUDAY, HOY. 17, 1900.
TTelep-Hosie SIO.
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After 7:30.
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A small lot of Ladies' Kid Gloves in
tan, mode, brown, grey and white;' reg
ular price ts'Jc. To-night 5Sc a pair.
Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Eants and
Vests; regular DOc quality. To-night
3'Jc.
Sample Bottles Babcock's
Roses" Eerfume, 5c eacli, '
'Cut
50 Engraved Cards and Plate, work
guaranteed, 30 styles engraving, CDc
to-night; from OSc.
Yale Seal Eillow Tops, with back,
for 29c; embroidered Eillow to show
style of working.
Fancy Catch-On Hose Supporters, all
colors, 17c to-night; from 25c.
Topular Songs and Two Steps
"Limber Libby," "You Ain't Changed
a Bit." To-night 10c each.
Ladies' Extra Heavy Fleeced Lined
Hose, ribbed top; regular price 25c.
To-night 10c a pair.
Ladies' Extra Heavy Cotton Hose,
high' spliced heel, all sizes; regular
price. 25c. To-night 15c a pair.
25 pieces Xo 40 Double Faced Lib
erty Satin in "all the light colors; reg
ular price 30c. To-night 25c a yd.
Men's Heavy Ribbed Underwear,
close fitting and non-shrinkable; 7Sc
to-night, from 1.
lien's neavy Natural and Camel's
Hair Shirts, single and double breast
ed, slightly soiled. 25c to-night; from
50c.
Men's Winter Hose, in natural wool
and black, 12ic to-night; from 15c.
10 pieces dark ground Percales, full
3'J inches wide, good styles, in figures
and stripes; regular price 12Vzc a yd.
To-night SVc a yd.
S pieces only of these, in figures,
plain colors and stripes, all good siyles
for Shirt AVaists; regular price 12c.
To-night 10c a yd.
Pictures
Authors in Passe-rar-Tout, 2c each;
from 10c.
Reprints,
, InUaj'tl JVood Frames, 17c each,
from 33c.
Ticutre Frames, hard wood finish;
12c, from 25c.
Dressed Dolls. To-night 75c. from
9Sc.
50 pairs White Ruffled Muslin Cur
tains in plain and stripes. To-night
30c n pair.
25 pairs Ruffled Eobinet Lace Cur
tains. $1.49 per pair, from $1.08.
100 Remnants Sillt Velonr, for Pil
low Tops, 79c each. .
18-inch Cocoa .. Matting, for stair or
hall covering, 12c a yd. from 23c.
SpiGlll'S
Reid 2 Hughes.
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SAFE
BET
THAT THE EXGLISH WOOLEN
MILLS CO GIVES THE BEST VAL
UE OF AXY CLOTHIER IX THE ,
STATE. - " 1j
AT OUR LARGE LIXE OP MA'
TERIALS AXD KNOW THAT YOU,
CAX II AVE A SUIT OR OVERCOAT
MDE FOR'
No More.
No liess-v
AXD FAIL TO AGREE WITH US? j
KEMEMBER OUR STOCK OE!
WOOLEXS COMES DIRECT FROM
TIIE MILS AXD GOES TO THE
CONSUMER, WITHOUT HAVING
THE MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS ;
TACKED OX. TniS IS WHY TVE .
CAX DO AS WE SAY.
English Woolen Hills Go
98 South Main St,
X. B. ORDER AT ONCE ANQ
GET THE CREAM OF 500 PAT
TERNS " " ' V
PENMANSHIP.
PKOFESSOR riOLLEY
Teaches every pupil to write a fine
rapid, business hand, in a course of 18
private lessons and no failures. All
kinds of pen work executed in the
highest degree of art.
107 BANK STREET.
LASS CITY COAL CO
Coal, Wood-'
T. F. CONWAY, Mr.
YARD NEAR GAS HOUSE.
Telephone: 130-14.
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COAL, WOOD AND CHARCOAL.
JOHN BYRON.
Yard rear Plume & Atwood's; Up
town office with J. H. Devereaux &
Co., 25 East Main Street. Telephone
call. , j
Frank Miller & Co
COAL
11 SOUTH MAIN STREET,, ' j
COAL
Ask our patrons about its quality
We keep the best. Our coal -is -well
prepared. ' ,
John McEIIigott,
OFFICES:
Schott's Market, 134 So. Main,
Geddes Drug Store, Brooklyn
AL-
a-.'!
HONEST COAL
Coal that will give you the fall value
for your money is the only kind that
wo eell. ' The kind that is clean, and
that is coal all the way through, in
which every penny that is paid counts
for warmth and comfort for you and
your family. ,
CITY LUMBER AND COAL CO.
93 Bank Street

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