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WATERBTJKY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1905.
FATAL CHICAGO FIRE, Dae Womau Burned to Death and Two Others Injured. . Chicago, Dec 27. One woman was burned to death and two others and a child were seriously injured in :i fire of mysterious origin at 224 West Monroe street. The dead: Mrs Mary Kennedy. The injured: Mrs Mary Mason, "face ana body badly burned; may die; Mrs Louise Hannon, over come by smoke; will recover; Hannon, l months old child of Mrs llannou, overcome by smoke. GAUVOUSIO IS SILENT. Will Not Tell Names of Men Who At tempted to Minder Him. Chicago, Dec 2J. Refusing to dis close the names of the men who at tempted to slay him. John Garvor.sio, an Italian, lies dying at his - home. With his abdomen slashed and gored us though with a blunt, stiletto and his shoulder cut in shreds, the- wound ed man still conscious, but with his life despaired of. refuse? absolutely to betray his Italian brethren. The cast is the most marvelous Italian crime that has come to ,lho police, and it bears every evidence of a vendetta. The police first l.-arm d of the affair through tlit- doctor who had been called to attend the wounded man. Gar vm'sio while on his home late Tuesday night met three men. one of whom savagely aitackid him with a knife. Oarvorsio m.-map-l to drag lums. il' bom"' and ail nig'ni" he lay iu agony, refusing to summon a doerr. In lie nioriiiug he consented, and when fid vised to go to a hospital, refused to be removed. From :arvor-ci's neighbors the police learned that he has for weeks been looking for a loan who is f--a;d to be the murderer of t'U coti.-in in Italy. The murder ..-.-.urred sev. years ago and Garvorsio followed uuv.!!rer to Chicago. Laii ly he paid to have located him. One of three mi n whom Gavvorsio nu-t on bridge Tuesday night is lulieved the i'olioe to be his enemy. 1 I tin- bv CANYASSFi) TIIK VOTE Certificates of Flec!i..n Wore I: sued By the State Board Yesterday. The state board of canvassers, which consists of Secretary lluber Clark, Treasurer C S. Mersick and Comptrol ler T. U. Grant, me: at tie- state secre tary's oliiee yosrerday and canvassed the vote for state .-iIieer which was cast at the November election, as ie corded on books by lb- clerks in ihe secretary's olii'-e. The board then issued certificates of election to the f l Hewing: Governor George I. McLean of Sinr-ihury. I.ieuinc mint Governor Euwiii O. Keeler of Norwaik. Seeie'.' rv -Charles G. II. Vinal of Mi-ldletown. Treasurer Henry II. Gallup of Nor- v. il l). Comptroller Abiram Chamberlain Of Merideu. PPJNCK OF WALES'S VISIT. He May Come to America For the Ci tp iiaec-s. New York. Dec 27. Tile British pie. says the Tribune's London respondent, will lie dolighvd if Prince of Wales can accept the iu tion which, it is r. ported, is to ):-. tended to him by ihe New York Y club to be present at tile races fo; the 1 x- icht r Hie nior o:u- America's cup. Tno prince 1 than once expressed a desire t. of the great vacht'mg in::T !ic England and Ane-rica. but the queen wiil not allow him to visit Australia for the commonwealth celebrations, and 011 account of her age and. jii'-reas-ing infirmities she may not consider it advisable that he should again cross the Atlantic ocean during her lifetime. OLD POL1CKMAN HEAD. Former Superinteiidi nt of the New llaven Police I leparinieiit. New Haven, lie- 1:7. Tread well Smith, formerly superintendent of po lice, died nt his home. 14 Cottage street, shortly before '2 o'clock tliist moriiir.e;. of heart failure. 1"..lh. ine; ;l sliplit sickness from which la- had suf fered for several weeks, lie was born iu Hempstead. L. I., November r. 1S?0. Mr Smith was a memi'er of the New Haven police fore,- from lsiil to 1WI7. wiien lie was plaecd on tin retired list at his own request. lb was siiperintendent for six years His wife and a sou, who is a patrol liiau, survive him. COLLEGE "GYM" HIRECTORS. New York. Dec '27. The association composed of Ihe Kyiiinasium directors in all the lenll!iS colleges of the cast and middle wesT. known as the ln rcrcolleciate l'hysical Directors' asso ciation, will meet on Friday and Sat urday at Columbia university. Anions those who will represent their respec tive universities arc Dr .lay W. Seaver and Dr Anderson. Yale: Pr Dudley S. -Sargent, Harvard; Dr Edward Hitch cock of Amherst and Dr MeKenzio of McGill university, Montreal. Dr M--Kenzic wiil read ft paper on '"Strain. Krcathlossuess and Fatiftue as Shown Jn the Face." Aiaonjr other important questions for discussion arc the rela tion of col!o;r. gymnastics to athletics and the relation of jrymnnsfics to com pulsory college requirements. TI1FA' RE.SEMBJ.E DIAMONDS. Almo (iordo. N. M., Dec 27. A prom inent railway otlicial here to-day re ceived a box of tifty perns closely re sembling and alleged to be diamonds, found near Capitan. the coal camp on the line of the El Paso and 'North- ' western Railway Co. eighty miles north of this place. The stones were found by .T. J. I'.low, formerly asso ciated with the De Beers Consolidated Co at Kiuiberley, South Africa, who lias been secretly investigating the field for the past month, and a letter from him accompanying the specimens states that they are either diamonds or something so closely resembling tha gem that they deceive him. They suc cessfully stand every crude test Jiiiomi. The gejns will be sent away for final analysis. ItrSSIA WILL TAKE RAILROADS. St 1'etersbiirg, Dec 27. Tbe Xovoe Vremya's- Yladivostocfc correspondent stands by the story that the Russian government is abont to take over the Manchurian railroads. He says Com mander Keller has left Vladivostock to- formally deliver the roads to the Kovernment's representatives. Tha correspondent .also says the Chinese caused losses nmounting to only four million roubles. The arrival of larger or -smaller bodies of soldiers - ' from China Is announced almost daily from southern porta. COLOKKD BOX IS DEAD. The Lad Who Was Shot Five .Weeks Ago. . Central Village Conn, Dec 27. Frank Brown, the colored boy, 6 years old, who was shot five weeks ago by his cousin, Willis Lambert, aged 13, died at the Day-Kimball hospital this morning, as the result of the wound re ceived at that time. The bullet from the 22-calibre revolver, with which young Lambert was playing, entered Brown's skull thrmtgh the frontal bone and lodged in the brain. The surgeons were unable to locate the bullet's ex act position, but for many days after the shooting the child seemed to be doing well, and there were strong hopes that ho would live. Inflamma tion set in later, however, and for some time the patient has been grow ing weaker. 1 Lambert, who asserts that the shoot ing was purelv accidental, is now boi'ml over main- a charge of assnn't with, a deadly weaoon. but it is export ed that, as a oeieoiK-tieo of the death of young Brown, the charge will be changed to manslaughter. ABDUCTED BOY FOUND. Father Chased After ihe Mother and Found the Son. Indianapolis. Ind, Dee 27. Samuel D. Miiler, whose son was abducted from Uiis city yesterday by the boy's mother, lveovcrod the child at: Law rence early to-day. Mr Miller is the son of Attorney-General Miller, of President Harrison's cabinet, and his wife was a Miss Karcher. of Now York. The couple were married in Washington. Since young Miller came here to enter his father's law firm two or three years ago he and his wife have not lived l:geth i but there had been no talk of a divorce. A MI.SSIXU MILLIONAIBI?. A YVa hington ung Lady Wishes an 'tinting. 27. -If Adolph Mon ; r. pitted to have be- Ac X-w York. 1 : Hell Say re. Vila, is come a millionaire in the past three years through Boston copper stocks. I and who. up to Inst .Inly, lived on 1- lilh i avenue, does not tipp'-ar within the j r.e-: 1 six weeks. 10 deli nd a suit for -!.."iimi. brought against, him bv Miss Maude 11. Kin land of Washington. D. : C. whatever properly he has in this i city will be attached to sati.-fv her ; claims. j M iss Kir! land alleges that she gave ! Sayre S!.r.lMi ill May. I'sp'.i. on the un-der-:;::t,iiing that he was to invest it for In r. and thai she has received no 1 return for it, and has been unable to get. it hack. Her counsel says that he has been si arching in vain for Sayre for months, to serve on him a ootnpl.iiiii in ihe '-till. Justice I.even triti. in the supreme c urt. lias issui d . an attachment against whatever prop : crty Sayre may have in the slate, and ; a:i order of publication covering si:: j weeks. ! Sayre came inio prominence about ! a year ago. when it was said that, by ' spi eidat em he bad acquired a very l.T-'e fortune. Lis moilier is a. gov- i crmeen; employe in Washington. Tie , ! .i-.eii- iied from Harvard. He lived in I I stvle here. He hail a lindy fund d i j lesidenee litre" and another in i ir.gte-n. Vash- HIGHEST PPICEI) 1'ICTUIIE. Purehased P.y AViiliam C. Whitney Vol" His Gallery. New York. T-e,- 117. A portrnit of William IV Tlii rs, Vicomtc Grandis s!'.. by Van Hyek. said to be the highest pi'ieeil .ieir,r,- ever iniporied in:. lids eiiiinirv. wiil lake a leading plaee ill tin- eell. ethm of old Piiirlisli inasiers cwnc.l by William '.. Wliit n. -y. Mr Wliitn y purchased the pie tare from tin- Sehar.s eallery last No-v.-m'.tcr. Hermann S.-!iatls. who bi.i'i.ht the pleiuri- in Anrwerp in lSbO. refuses to name cither the amount t b(. paid for ih" porirait or the figure at which it v.ns sold. The ji..rtrait was originally in pos sess'mn of ihe family of the I Hike of Puekin.Lrliam. the favorite of Charles I. of I'.iiLdaud. The portrait is rccrard- ed by Mr Se'iaus as one of Van lveks in existence. the best ENGLAND CALLS TURKEY. Constantinople. Wednesday, Doc 25. Some Turkish soldiers liave grossly assaulted and maltreated the Priiish chaiv- d"a!Vaires. Mr D,- Punseii. and other members of the Priiish embassy, in the vicinity of Hie powder magazine at Makrikoin. Sliarji demands for re dress have been made to the porte. ORTHODOX RUSSIAN CHFRCII. St Pciersbiire", Dec -7. The holy synod has ordered that all the church es in its .iurisdielion take up collec Jionk to li(p build an Orihodox Rus sian church in New York city. TIIvTELY TOPICS A great clearance sale will begin at Moriarly's m-xt Wednesday, and if you are going to buy furniture it means a saving for you. A. F. Cowles's 'tables of ladies', misses' and children's trimmed hats arc marked down at prices that will surely sell 'them. New Year's gifts cheap. Friends should be well chosen. Your closest friend is your underwear, and J. B. Mulling has the kind that tills the bill. The rush is now over and the .T. M. Burrall Co is ready to supply your furniture needs, giving you plenty ot time to select. If your plants are not thriving as well as you would like, get some of Armour's flower food from Costello & Co. Read Currans' list to-night; the goods are marked -so low that you will decide on seeing . them whether you buy or not. . A. Maiihiot has marked all his 2oc handkerchiefs down to Christ mas goods closed out cheap this week. Harding of the 09c store has some thing that will be of interest to deal ers In milk. Bottles 00c and Coc a dozen. Reid &. Hughes will place on sale to-morrow morning all remnants of black and colored dress goods at great ly reduced prices. - The Turnbnll Co ha3 maue a deep cut in the prices' on golf capes, bos coats and jackets. Up to date goods. K. Dougherty has a few ladfes' shirt waists left which she will sell at a verjr low price. . Some good ones for ?1. .To-morrow will be the regular bar gain day at M.illpr.& Peck's. French flannels have been marked down .from C'Jc to i'JC. - THE PARSONS BANK CASE. Court Has Ordered That the Money Be Deposited to Draw Interest. Judge George W. Wheeler of the su perior court has again got after the receivers of the Parsons bank and or dered a settlement of the situation as soon as possible. During the hearing on the receivers' last report, which was tiled with the superior court some weeks before adjournment previous to Thanksgiving, Judge Wheeler reproved the rcceivets, Messrs H. S. Chase and J. I. Elton, lor keeping the money be longing to the depositors iu their pos session idle' when it could have been earning interest for their benefit. Tha reply of the receivers was that they were not aware the law allowed inter est on money held under such circum stances, ' whereupon the court quickly retorted that if they wished any such information as they evidently lacked he would gladly furnish it to them right there from the bench. This was such a '"sockdolager," so to speak, that the effect on the audience bore a fa vorable comparison to the feeling called a sensation. The receivers were so much surprised at the readi ness of the court to help them out of their evident difficult situation that the information volunteered was not asked for. The court has now ordered that the money belonging to the depositors in their possession be handed over to the custody of the Colonial Trust Co, whoso headquarters are situated on Bank street, which concern wiil pay interest on it. Kcgarding the sale of the Church street property, one of the assets of the bank and about which so much has been said and published, a request has bom tiled with the court to allow it to be sold at public auction iiet Friday. An o.'fer of .ir..uo for it has been re ceived from Otis S. Northrop.. Prosperity In Soitlli Cnrol-rm. COLUMBIA. S. C. Dec. L'T. The State laitds statistics from 1 lie oliiee of the secretary of state showing that in jfiotl til new cotton mills were chartered in South Carolina and -l old. ones in creased their capital stock by i-.-f.son of enlargements, the aggregate capital em ployed being .$7.S0!.O0ti, while daring bs'.'LI-inoo the new mills nn inhered -12 and the enlaigi inen.s .'5(1. with an aggregate capital of Si:!. 31 i:df '(I. This does not: in clude 12 mills commissioned in lUOO, but not yet organized, whose proposed capi tal aggregated S-l.rt!).HHI. This is a rec ord uaai preached iu the south or in the country. ( ommerrial Tent-hern In t'our-cJl. DETWOIT. Dec. 27. The fifth animal convention of the National Commercial Teachers' Federation began last night in the Hotel Cadillac with a formal wel come to the city by Mayor Mayhury and wiil continue until Sat urday. The feder al ion is composed of the fnllowing asso- j cifition.s. 'J lie National Business I each- rs' a fsnciat inn, the National Penman ship Teacher- association, the National Shorthand Tcai lier' association find the Piiv:;t- Ct.muu-rcial Schools' Manager:.' n,ocifitio!i. A RftinkiiiN Bli.o.lj Ic.'il. CIIA.i P.KLiLAlN, S. I.)., Pee. 27. News has rer.ehed this eity from P. rule Indian a.-', ney that lland.-eme Klk. the tiiovl dan'." '.ens redskin of the northwest, be;it his squaw in a hrulal manner with a nock yoke. It is thought the sqnav,' ill die. Klk tlnn seized aimthcr Indian wo laan, P.cai- P.ird's daughter, and scalped her. Then, anr.ing hine-elf with his rillo and other firearms, he went into the hills a short distance from Ids home and left word that friend or fee nust nut ap proach him. Amerii-mis Kiitored First. WASHINGTON, Pee. 117. Pricadier General Hovwood, cmmnnndaiit of the marine corps, has forwarded to the navy department a 1 tier from Captain Charles 1 1. Lonir. serving with the marines in China, stating thai tin; American marines were the fust lo enter tile Forbidden City. There has been lunch controversy as to whether the llussians. ilriiisli. Germa.u:: in- Americans were first inside the sacred precincts of the Forbidden Cfiy, and this leltcr is regarded as .'slablishin, tin claims of the Americans as to havini; been first on the ground. lviileil by Kiiprine, WOODBRIDGE. N. J.. Dee. 27. La bi Marsh, aged 15, of Railway was killed here last evening in an accident at the Pcmr-ylvan'a railway depot. A numbei (if peeple were waiting at the station tc board a north bound passenger train, and as the train slowed down the people step ped from the platform on to the south bound track, w hich they were ceinpelli d to cross to the train. .lust then an engine running ' ""liht" came down the south bound track at a brisk rate. There was a warning cry, but it came too late fo: me. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to riturn our sincere thanks to the friends who came with words of sympathy and extended to us many acts of kindiies in our re cent, bereavement, the death of our dear mother. Mrs Bridget McMahon: also return thanks for the beautiful tloral tributes received. ROSE. JOHN AND CHAR M'MATTON. ATTENTION COURT OREGON, NO. ICS. F. OF A. The Cjuariorly meeting' of the above court will be held Thursday evening. December 27th, 11 K to. in the new K. of C. hall,- Piatt block, comer East Main street and Phoenix avenue. All tVie members are urgently requested to be present, as oflicers will be elected and otlnM' business of importance brought before the court. .T. IL FRENEY, C. R. C. H. BAGLEY, F. S. DISTRICT OPWATEKBCRY, SS Probate Court. Deo 27 th 1 UU0. Kstate of Sydney O. Smith lato of Yvol coi t in said distric t dec-ased. L'pon the application, of Ilolen I. Smith prayimr that letters of administration may be (.-runted him on said estate, as- par application on file more fully appears, it is OKDEKKI), that sakl application ho heard, and determined at the Probate Office in Water bury in said District, on the Jth clay of Dec. A D. 1300 at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendency of said applica tion and the time and place of hearin thereon by publishing the same I time in slime news paper having a-circulation in said district. , By Order of the Court James J. Cassin, Clerk TvISTRICT OP WATEftBCTRY, SS PHO. ) bate Court, Dee. SiSth. 1900, Kstate of Marearet McCarthy, late of Wat erburv In said district, deceased Upon the application of John McCarthy praying1 that an instrument in -writing purport ing to be the last will and testament ol said deceased. may , be proved, ap proved allowed and admitted to probate as per appilian...... .... mine mu, M-i.pcitr.s. it is Ordered that said application be heard nnrt determined at the Probate Oflice in Waterbury in said district on the 2i-th day of Dec. A. 1. 1SO0, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon and that no tice be elven of the rjendencv of said nniill cation and the time and place of heating I some newspaper having a circulation lu, -Raid district I By Order of the Court i - James J. Cassin, C 0l court. Boston 99c Store 72-74 SOUTH MAIN ST. Common Sense Milk Bottles. Quarts, 05c a dozen Pints, 00c a dozen. Waternroof Caps, fj.OCO for $1.15. Wire Mil Boitis Carriers. 4 Bottle, U0 cents. G Bottle, 73 cents. Long Handled Mi!k Dippers. Pints. 12 cents. Quarts, 13 cents. Doltie Brushes. 25 cents and 30 cents each. Milk Cans. 20 Quart, S2.75. HO Quart, $3.00. 40 Quart, $3.l!5. As to what to eive for I :.x - . ,. : vnribimas rresenis can on F. P. Becton & Co and the array of In their stock will please you and offer and excellent medium to please your friends. 22 North Nam Street. Everybody welcome. nOLLY, MISTLETOE, HOLLY WKEATIIS, GPEEN WREATHS, PALMS, FEltN, .TAKDIXlEItS, FERN DISHES. XMAS TREES. ROSES, CARNATIONS. VIO LETS, HYACINTHS, NARCIS SI'S, HELIOTROPE. CALL AND SEE OP It IMMENSE STOCK AND VARIETY. The Florist. G2 TNION AND 2.j EAST MAIN ST. Telephone 113. Olioiee Jewelry F. P. Bseton & Co. We have a larce lot of FANCY CALIFORNIA NAVAL ORANGES, which we shall sell EXCEEDINGLY LOW. Prices per dozen -v -, :;oc, ;:r.c ami -loe. large sweet Florida oranges, 2...- mm ;Juc doz. Finest Quality Mixed Nuts. 15c lb; Finest Quality English wal nuts. 15c lb. Fancv Malaga Grapes.loe and 20c lb. Pancy 1- is. bc 11). Nice Fiss, 12e lb. Extra Fancv Cranberries, 10c. (it. Extra nice Broken Candy. IMc, 2 lbs 'jr.c. 1'1'dPAY AND SAT I'ltDAY of tins week and MONDAY. DEC 24, we shall Rive a COFFEE DEMONS r RA TION. We have eimatred the services of an EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY to serve the same, and wo trust everyone who reads this adv will avail themselves of the opportunity of sampling our Mo cha and Java Coffee. Price per lb 35c. You set no hotter if you pay 4(lc. No C419 and 7174 remain uncalled for. The White-Simmons Co. This is our last week to give coupons. I 163165 Bank .Street OPEN EVERY EVENING. ..Christmas Days.. What a time is this, when the world lays aside its cares and worries, its sadness and dis appointments, and brings forth its smiles and joy ous greetings; when sympathy and good will is abroad and actively engaged in making the world brighter, merrier and happier. At this time when everyone is thinking of making useful presents that will last and bef ser vice and bring comfort, let us' direct you , to our large BOYS DEPARTMENT where can be found at prices within the reach of all, Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Reefers, Sweaters, Caps Gloves, Hose, that will make the boys happy. 4. I EJ G. Kilduff Co. y -v ' Leaders In Low Prices. C jg jg St i 2 S a iS sti Wams-FdrSalB-ToRent TO RENT Small farm near Pearl Lake. liOOl frilit.. Knlfnrtirl vntor i '. frr trr T-T Cowell. ii--j7-3 TXT ANTED A second hand concord wagon. in very cood order, ir.usu bo ciiean for canh. Address "L. P." Democrat office, li-'-ti-l fTO RENT Three or four room tenr-rnent three min-ites from Waterbury Ma. iu f acturiiif Co. inquire corner Hill and" Summer btreecs. npo KF.NT A large shop and rear building Aiily to Jolia .woriarty. T-J-li-tf TO-nEXT-Tv;o tenements, seven and three rooms. Inquire Mrs liubhton, liushtoa I'iace. i-ll-tf T7"AXTKD 50 men to eat our I5e dinners;; soup, ;) kinds of meat. 3 kinds of veget ables, ureal! and cutter, pic or imttriinu ami lea or coffee. MeXie's i and luc Lunch Room. -7;i Bunk Stieet- VJ-3-ly- Kast Main Street, and -K'.X Inquire M. E. FitzpaT.riek -il F.v.st Msdu Street. 1-.-3-U' T "0 RENT A bnrn cf twelve tlails. A;)p!y to P. ilolohffu. li-iti-'l' r0 KKNT oac rlat ol six rooms. P. lloloba: ISESTMEKT PROPERTY Located on Orange strel; 3-rauiily house; contains al modcru improve inencs; si;ce of lot 50x7r l'oet; rents for 5oo )er moLit'a: reasonahle amount tiowu; price $ 4,000. Th.is will )ay you a larger per rent on your money than bank interest. Look this us. LANG AND FIIELAN. 125 Paul: Street. FUR CAPS . FUR GLOVES -i 1 4 I ...i: .,,-,,1 AIuil I 1' i i t'l l u 1j, uju." iuvL u.m. i,!v-,so 11S to shov' yuu a Unu lilMJ uuiutay rreseuis. ilo Exchange Place. Catholic Religious Goods Prayer Pooks. Pearl llosaries. Km erald Kosaries. with rolled gold chains: Pholo Medallions. Pisque Statuettes. Candlesticks, Crucifix es. Father Ityan's Poems, also Fabioly, by Cardinal Wiseman: also "That Football Game." by Fa Hu t Finn: also "H is First and Last Appoaraii-" Father Finn: also "The Pest Foot Forward." by Father Finn, ltemember the place, J, H. DEVEREAUX & GO., , 25 EAST MAIN STREET. GSEEK-AfOiGAH init and Candy Store East Main St. and Exchange Place. Specialties for Xmas. Fa licv Poxes of Confectionery, from 10c t Gr. tilate etc. In St varie Swee o ifo.tio. at variety of Home Made Choc Candies", l'.ou-P.ons, ' Caramels, XMAS CANDY icks. Ribbons and in P.tilk. Every ty of seasonable fruit, inclutlins t'Oranpes. I'.aiianas, Fig's, Grapes, Nuts of all kinds. etc ERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL. Waterbury Conn. J. i fclrt '-Uiiilsst:--li' Keid ..and.. THURSDAY, DEC. 27, !800. TelephotiQ 410. Our season's accumulation .of iress oods Remnants On Sale To-morrow Morning At Greatly Re duced Prices. Men's Furnishings. Men's all silk neckwear in tecks and imperial, slightly mussed, regular price 2c, now 17c each Suit Cases, linen lined, inside straps, brown, green and tan, regular price, $40, now $3. SO each Fancy Suspenders for New Year's Gifts, all with silk web, some with Sterling Silver Buckles, regular price, $i.00 and $1.25. now jje In tha Basement. Toys, Games, Dolls, Etc. DOLLS. All 2,c Dolls now 10c Ail gOc Dolls now 19c Ail $1.00 Dolls now 39c DRESSED DOLLS. All 0c Dolls now 19c All $1.00 Dolls now 39c 1 large handsome dressed dolffor $2.q3. from $6.50 -I tine French doll, full clothed,' - for $3.25, from $7.30 30 inch hand -work doll, dressed in fine lawn, hat to match, $3.98, from $9.98 DOLL FURNITURE, Dolls' beds, cradles, chairs, hammocks and swings at i24c, from 25c 2c, from 5"0c r;oc, from l.oo Photo frames, passe-par-toutes, ink wells, stamp boxes, pictures, games and toys at' HALF PRICE Reid & Hughes. Hughes REMNANT SALE and. Colored 3- Did You Ever Try THE DEMOCRAT W ant Column- 71 ! s GRAND STREET p e In That Way . NEW BUILDING- Kespooses. On Vi'aterviiio street, a beautiful res idence 1 m bra el 11c ail tbe artistic and modern improvements which suggest case and comfort, and that place on Itldcrewood street with its tasty and highly embellished front facing the warmins smiles of the southern sun, will brins happiness to its possessor. Heal Estate. Fire and riate Glas3 Insurance, and Eonds tnd Surety piven: 107 Rank street. BRASS CITY GOAL CO Coal, Wood and Charcoal. T. F. CONWAY, Mr. IAKD NEAR GAS HOUSE. ; Telephone: 130-14. . . GOAL, WOOD AND CHARCOAL. JOHN BYRON. Yard rear Plume & Atwood's; TJp-tov.-n ofiice with .1. II. Devereaux & Co.. 2o East Main Street. Telephone call. Frank Miller & Co 11 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BLACK Is what we sell in quantities. Bright, alitteriiiir and sparkling is our coal. Well screened, a pleasure to every house-wife who appreciates the valuo of .aood coal. Wo are getting a fresh supply of all rail coal direct from the mines. . John McElligott, Offices: John Sciiolts. 134 South Main street. Gcddcs, Brooklyn. M2. HONEST COAL Coal that "will give yon the full ralue for your money is the only kind that we sell. 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 vour family. CITY LUMBER AND GOAL CO. 93 Bank Street r .