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WITH SPEECH AND SONG.
i The Emmet Anniversary Was Cele brated By Local . Organizations. ' Far from the tills of Innisfail We meet in mirth to-night, '"" ' . gome of the scattered Clau-na-Gael With spirits warm and bright. -' And why we meet? 'TIs to repeat Our vows both night and day, . To dear old Ireland, LoTed old Ireland, Ireland, boys, hurrah!" This was the chorus of the song that re-echoed through every nook and cor ner of the K. of C. haU in G. A. 11., block last night and floated out In the midnight air when the T. F. Meagher club and their f riends gathered togeth er to commemorate the birth' of the celebrated martyr, Robert Kminef It was a meeting such as any lover of liberty might feel proud to take part In and the abandon with which all joined in the festivities showed beyond peradventure that Emmet's memory and the cause for which be gave up his voting life Is still cherished by his countrymen and their descendants, no matter in what part of the world they mav have found a home. Indeed, it Is no guesswork to say at this day that Emmet's classmate aDd friend at Trin ity college Tom Moore, uttered a tru ism when iie said of the dead patriot: "And the tear that we shed, though vx " secret It rolls. Shall long keep-his memory green in our souls." When everything was ID readiness, Cornelius Malouey was appointed chairman. After a few preliminaries the party proceeded to the Hub dining rooms on Harrison avenue, where all eat down to a sumptuous spread, and to their credit be it said that each showed wonderful adaptability to the use of the knife and fork, and in a short time the tables which but a few moments before fairly groaned with the weight .of !the best tilings the mar kot affords presented unmistakable ev idence that there were no dyspeptics in the crowd. On returning to the hall . James A. Hvnes was selected toast master, aud after a few introductory - remarks introduced John J. Splnin, treasurer of Jacques and Poll's the aters, who delivered an address which electrified the audience and evoked tremendous applause. We quote a portion of Mr Splaiu's remarks, as fol lows: In coming together this evening, on this nnniversarv of Robert Emmet's birth, to celebrate the memory of- ins heroism, we honor ourselves as men of Irish Wood and as lovers of human libertv. In commemorating the hero of this hour we pay tribute to one of the most dauntless devotees of duty, one of the purest patriots, one of the sub limest characters in the long litany of libertv's loval champions and defend ers. Ireland has enshrined In her heart of 'hearts the memory of her martvred hero, the Immortal Emmet, and we men-in whose veins runs the same blood that pulsed the nneon quered hand of rbis valiant apostle of liberty, we men who cherish the same living dreams of an independent Ire land, we men who breathe the same gospel of enduring antagonism to the oppressor of his land and ours. we men to whom fancy's finger points the. earlv dawn of freedom's sun we men rejoice in the privilege Qf laying an other wreath' on the undying fame of this great central figure in the struggle for Ireland's freedom. With Robert Emmet patriotism was a religion: it was the breath of DM nostrils the blood of his veins, the quickening beat of his heartstrings. ' the altar in which he laid., unseltishly. lovingly and willingly: the sacrifice of his life. In freedom's cause many dauntless hearts have poured out their life's blood, and to-day the sands of time are dripping red with the lives, that are being offered up as a protest against human slavery. Leonidas at Thermopylae. William Tell upon the mountains of SwitzerlandITofer. hew ing his way through Austria's serried ranks, Joan of Arc driving the invader from the vine-clad fields of sunny France, r.rtice and Wallace upon the heather hills of Scotland, Patrick llenrv and Washington and Lincoln breathing human liberty upon the statutes and institutions of America. Maceo and Garcia and Gomez uplift ing the standard of freedom against the mailed hand of Spain, brave old Cronje and Kruger and Steyn and l)e Wet defying the power that palsies where it cannot rule all these brave spirits stand high in the scroll that marks achievements in the sacred ' cause of liberty: but no man shall say us nay if to-night we bow our heads above an vminscrlbed tomb and say -that greater to us than all these chiv alric knights of freedom, greater than all the-martyrs whose blood has been - the seed of liberty. Is our own illustri ous hero, the glorious and immortal . Robert Emmet. They tell .us that Rob ert Emmet is dead, and Englishmen would have it so; hut this gathering lo - night, and hundreds of gatherings like this in every -corner of the civilized earth;. proclaim that Robert Emmet never dies. True, his dust sleeps 'neath the green grave in St Michan's, hut the spirt that glowed within him, the spirit" that moved him to taunt Eng land's minions while he stood in the very shadow of the scaffold, that spirit n-nieht clows in the hearts of his countrymen to-whom his name-- has come down througli the years like tne 7 breath of benediction. The tongue ' that caused Norbury to quake and ' Btirred thousands of his patriotic coun trvmen with its marvelous eloquence, Is stilled, but the words he spake live ' after him to quicken the enthusiasm and Inspire the patriotism of all' who believe in the principle of human" free dom. The sacred cause that Robert ' Emmet deified and to which he conse orated his life even to the sacrifice thereof, perished not with the clay that ' enwrapped his soul, but it lives to-day ' ' In the Jjearts of the Clan-na-Gael and ' men of Ireland in every acre ot this . broad earth. While freedom lives to light men's pathway on to glory Roly- ert Emmet'lives, even though his ashes rest beneath th sod. ..-...",' - -' v; ' It was the dvam of Robert Emmet '; to unite the people of -Ireland, "Eng t' land. Scotland and "Wales In-one graiul ,5; J. confederacy for the overthrow of the ? fcmumical system that oppressed them ' ! aU. and for the establishment in each evmtry at a republic based, upon the. MttBtlon and laws of the United llfalte to do for them what Washtnc- had done for this glorious republic flsJ MWM wit was not his fortune to see -y'i dream realised; pitiless-fate5 en- Ts him and dragged hits dowji r ftrall the-bitterness of , defeat. Vfctttar to Win by for than the blt itCikt death thaubefeU him. 3 t ,a grand Inajtirta? spectacle CfT e atood amid twt ten tJkla fondest hoties defying tw, -opllfUne -tM'-ttrlck tyftot Iter Ufa dosmfaH- 'fti can look upon the spectacle of the Im mortal Emmet as he stood in the dock and belched forth that stream tf won drous eloquence that has lived for a century as one of the most marvelous outbursts of oratory that ever came ff'oin.the lips of' man, without feeling his patriotism renewed and his -ardor quickened in the- cause of - Ireland's freedom? What man wth a spark of chivalry in his breast, no matter at what altar he may worship or to what government he may own . allegiance, can conjure up that spectacle without an instinctive, reproach of the govern ment and the laws that could make it possible? And what man of the Clan-na-Gael, as he recalls brave Emmet and his fate, can fail to feel renewed enthusiasm for the vitalizing principle of the organization, and for the ulti mate realization of the purposes and ideals for which it stands!- Surely, of all the foul crimes that blot the history of England's oppression of Ireland, of all the black deeds that throw a pall of -horror on the darkest deviltry of national infamy, .the execution of Rob ert Emmet, stands alone in its gory pre-eminence, pointing forever the fin ger of scorn and retribution in the dis honored face of England! Emmet's dream is still a dream; his mission is not yet fulfilled. It is not. time yet to write his epitaph, but the morn, is dawning, the day Is breaking. England's downfall may not be close hand, but 'there are infallible signs of her eventual undoing. Whether this ultimate undoing come from the sword or from the-equally effective weapon of commerical disintegration, matters not: God lives, and God's justice shall yet be done. None of us here to-night may live to see it, but sooner or later will come the day when from the pomp and pageantry of pampered power England will, lie crumbling in the ruins of a dishonored, dishevelled and degraded disruption. And amid the vapors that rise like a vortex from .the black cauldron of her dying hopes, like tiie mot-king of an avenging angel, will move the spirit of Robert Emmet, leuding this glorious refrain of his emancipated countrymen: From the Liffey to the Shannon. Mid the clang and roar of cannon O'er the sea. Soon glad anthems shall be ringing Joyous notes of freedom bringing From a land long trampled, singing We are free! We are free! Other numbers on the program were a recitation by Mago Sliei-hnn: songs. "The Irishman's Toast" and "The Bells of Shandon." by John Moriarty; song. T. F. Lnddy: address. Mayor E. G. Kilunff: recitation. "Shamus O'Brien." James Sutton; address. City Clerk M.J J. Ryan: recitation. Miles McNifr: ad dress. John Clohesey; speech. Sheriff John W. McDonald; remarks. Joseph J. Hall: address. "Reminiscences of a Tour Through Ireland." Robert Me Grath: address. D. II. Tierney: Comp troller M. 1. Russell gave a short ad dress: address. William Moher and others. Interesting reminiscences of Thomas Conlon and John Clohessev. The meeting broke up by the singing of "Auld Lang Syne" and "God Save Ireland." The affair was handled in a very creditable manner and the committee deserve great praise for their efforts. Judging by the character of the dem onstrations held here and elsewhere In honor of Emmet it can be said of him has been, said of his compatriot, Wolf Tone: Sweet, sweet 'tis to find that such faith can remain. .. .. To the cause and the man so long van quished and slain." The Catholic Literary association celebrated Emmet's birthday last night in their rooms on Bank street. The exercises Included on address by President Edward Skelly. songs 'by Henry Cnmmiskey, John Dunn. Frank Bergen, Fred Probst. J. F. Tammany; whistling solo. W. Quigley: selections on the phonogrami, J. Walsh; jig dance, Hugh Gllland; harmonica solo, George Tierney. J. Fogavty sang a song of his own composition entitled "This Great War." Mr Fogarty also acted as accompanist to tiie singers on the piano. .Refreshments were served. Selectman Doran was' one of the speakers at thel Emmet anniversary banquet in Middletown last night. The affair was given by the Hibernian so cieties of that place and was attended by members of the order from differ ent parts of -Middlesex county. Among the "other speakers were Rev Father McGivney, Rev Father Walsh and W. W. Joyce. , BURLESQUE ACTRESS. Took Dose of Strychnine Early This Morning. Hartford, March 5. Grace MunsiL a burlescue actress, killed herself at her rooms. No 113 Trumbull street, at an early hour this morning. She had been living, with Daniel Quinu, a waiter, and after she was found dead he was taken to the police station for examination. - Quinn said that he had known the young woman but a few weeks. ' He said she had been ' drinking heavily last night and when she returned to her room she had a quarrel with hini. "I will settle it all for good now,"; she said, and then she went to hor, trunk and took a bottle of strychnine that had been bought in Philadelphia. Quinn jrave the1 alarm after he found she had taken poison and Dr Howard, Dr'Walters and Dr Fuller, the medical examiner, . were called. The physi cians were unable to save her. But little could, be learned about the young woman this morning. -. It was sf.id that she has a brother In this c-lty. She come here several weeks ago with a company that wns stranded here. An . agent of the Actors' Fund of New York ,came here and bought railroad tickets for a few of the. girls and sent them to New York. He asked aid of the nollce to find the girls. He said he wns afraid to send the money as he was afraid they would "blow it in.'' It is thought that the K'rl who killed herself ?was one who was left, over as she was not located by the asrent. " ; - .. PAPER COMPANY SALE. .. Columbus. Ohio, March 5. A decree ordering the sale of I the property of the Columbia Straw 'Paper company, located at Xenia, Defiance. Masslllon, Coshocton and Sanunky, this state to satisfy the holders of $1,000,000 worth of mortgage bonds., has bene filed In the United States fJIstrlct court. The decree designates Georg-e W. ,!Dupee of Chicago as special master rommls sloned to conduct the sale at Xenia.. : IK StOHT OF BOMB. V. '- " . Halifax. NV S March B.-An un known iteamer wUcfa 1-u imt Imm oft tbe harbor1 Im fre boawi orrcAtow Contractors Explain Their Plans For , .-Heating New Schools. - The" board of education held 'a "we-Wou'i-go-home-till-nioi-ning" .kind uf meeting last night and only the clerk and the night reporters had the fore sight to fetch their breakfasts along. The presence of a. number of we.ll known mechanics, such as M., J. Daly aud Former Mayor Barlow, besides a few strange faces indicated the char acter of the business to be transacted. Maps, charts, figures and explanations took lip the early and greater part of the meeting, the principal business be ing the letting of contracts of heating the two proposed schools, one in' the northeastern section of the city and the other on West Side Hill. Bids for this character ' of work were as fol lows: - Donnelly, Merritt & Co ...... $3,209 The Baldwin Engineering Co . . 3,190 A. A. Sanborn .. . 2.81UJ The Barlow Brothers Co . 2,073 Waterbury Steam and Gas Pipe Works ' 2.C00 (If temperature controlling sys tem used 3,0SO (4 additional rooms without T.- ' C. S.J 2,900 Ashley Street School. . Wills Warming and Ventilating Co ...... : $6,522 The Barlow Brothers Co .... 0,420 A. A. Sanborn 0.305 Waterbury Steam and "Gas Pipe Work (If temperature controlling sys tem used.) ; Xationaf Steam Economizer Co.' 5,500 0.347 4,683 While one contractor was explain ing his plans the rest were in. another room. Mr Barlow was the first called in. He occupied almost half nn'hour. and was followed by M. J. Daly and his son, Jeremiah. The latter read a couple of typewritten pages of legal cap and accompanied his explanations with references to maps which Were laid out on the table. Mr Daly's plans were drawn upon the Plenum- system. It is not used in this state but is quite popular in schools in Xew York and New Jersey, the names of which Mr Daly furnished. The rest were out-of-town contractors. After hearing all and going into some discussion then, the iKiard thought it- better to hold another meeting for the particular pur pose of considering the bids next Fri day evening. Routine business was then taken tin. Xew furniture was ordered -together with other supplies, after which Commissioner Hayes sprung a surprise upon the board by naming the proposed schools. The one for the west side he would have called Russell school after the Rev Francis T. Russell, rector of St Margaret's academy :;nd the other Walsh school, after the late Rev Lawrence Walsh, once pastor of the Church ofjthe Im maculate Conception. This matter was put in the form Of a motion. and was carried. Superintendent Tinker an nounced that Teacher Gulliver of the High school desired an extension of leave of absence for the balance, of the term. It was- granted. Miss Helen Thorns requested a diploma for three years' study in the High school. Her reouest was referred to the com mittee on nominations, who will re port after Investigation. The petition headed by John Way to extend the district lines of the Driggs school to the middle of West Main. North Willow, Prospect. Liudeii and Cooke streets was passed after a lengthy discussion, which was made somewhat warm by Commissioner Goodenough. An invitation fruin the Women's club to the teachers and the board was accepted, for March 12. when Mrs Alice Freeman Palmer will give a lecture on "educational ideas of Europe in comparison to those of America." Permission was granted' a photographer, representing the ' Pan American Exposition at Buffalo. ; to take photographs of the exterior and interior of the High school for. exhi bition in the exposition. " It was also voted to close the schools to-morrow at 3 o'clock and begin the afternoon ses sion at 1 o'clock so that the pupils may have an opportunity to hear Ernest. Seton-Thompson's lecture on "Wild Animals I Have Known." ' It was de cided to continue the evening school this month.' The board then adjourn ed. ' TURKEY WILL PAY. " Constantinople. Monday, March 4. via Sofia. Bulgaria, March 5. It is now believed that the delay iu payment of tiie first instalment on the cruiser or dered by the Turkish government from the Cramps of Philadelphia, is caused solely by the present poverty , of the treasury. It is expected, however, that the first payment will shortly be made, thus keeping the contract in force. 3 ' INSURANCE COMPANY- BEATEN. Seattle, Wash, March 5 The Seat tle -Steamship. Co yesterday in the fed oral courfwas given a verdict of $10. 030 against the Firemen's Fund Insur ance. Co. An award of $1 was also made to settle a claim of $14,000 by the steamship company for ari at tempt to save the steamer Laurada. The suits grew out of the loss'of the Laurada in the fall of 1S99. - TIMELY TOPICS -Every man who wants to Pave a dollar on a pair of good winter shoes should go to J. G. Jackie & Son"s. '' Read Turnbull's ad to-night for styies and prices on corsets. See sam ples of Coiton underwear in window. Read about that list of tenements that J. T. Thelan advertises to-night. Yon might find one to suit. . George C. Minor has commenced his reduction sale of shoes. It will be worth your while to get his prices. Castle's Wednesday specials are printed to-night; sirlcin or round steak 12c a pound; eggs lGc to 20c a dozen. If you want to see the advance styles in tailor made suits you can get a pretty good idea in looking at Miller & Peck's, selections. The best is the cheapest in the end, so If thinking of a spring overcoat or hat see J. It. Mullings. ( . . ,, t Another shipment of "shirt waists arrived at Currans. Cambric and percales and the prices are from C9c to $2.98. ; - ' . . r: I you are going to buy a wheel Frapk P, McBvoy would be pleased to show and explain the good points of some makes which lie. .carries. The largest line of, little men's and youths' shoes and the price, only $1, 1 on exhibition at Dodge's. -Spring goods piling in. , . . , . r For distinctive Ideas In wall papers ajad rooofruinaiUdlngs. and where prices arc satisfactory s at the Ziglatzlti Marka company's store. - Am Htw England Engineering com TW tmhkw electric shades for f- n nnirifHO HARDING'S Boston ooc Store 72r74 SOUTH M-llN ST. . Decorated Dinner Sets. '100 piece Dinner Sets,' blue decora tions, semi porcelain body. ' Our price $7.73. . " . 312 piece Dinner Sets, electric decor ation, semi porcelain bodyi 7-inch cov ered dish, Our price $9,23. '- , 112 piece Dinner Sets, bww--decor-atiou, semi porcelain body. Our price $9.75. - ' ' ' - . ' - 't 112 piece Dinner ' Sets, handsomely .decorated, in green under giaze, easily worth $12.50. Our price $10T , , - lj.2 piece Dinner Sefs! handsome green decoration undei? "glaze, traced and gold lined, sold anywhere for 13.50. Our price $11. '- . - 112 piece Dinner Sets, Imitation of Haviland decoration, , 'sprays of flow ers, filled, traced and gold lined; sold everywhere for $20. Our price $15. YOUR Is interested in the purchasing of good coal. The kind of coal she wants is that from which she twlll derive the most benefit. This .'is? 'what we '. sell. Coal that is coal, every bit of it.. Be convinced by trying a ton from John McEIligott, Ofilces: John Schotts, 134 South Main street. Geddes, Brooklyn. TELEPHONE CONNECTION. , Rochester Cloak Store. NOW OPEN. with a full line of ready made gar ments for Ladies, Misses and Children. Custom made garments a specialty. M. RAPHAEL, . 205 South Haiti St. ' ' Opposite Grand-Street. THE HOME STEAM LAUNDRY Is the Finest Laundry' in the city and does the best work. iGive us a 'trial. Telephone or dtap lostal and wagon will call. ; A. J. Cooney Prop, ' 277 BartKreet; ' ERNEST SETON-THOMPSON , ; TOLI'S THEATER. . Wednesday Matinee, March Cth, 3 o'clock. "WILD ANIMALS I HAVE KNOWN" . Prices 10c, 25c,' 80c, 5Qp. LEAVENWORTH. HALL. Wednesday Evening, March Cth, 8 o'clock. "MINDS OF ANIMALS.", Admission 75c; tickets at Davis & Nye's. Stereoption Illustrations Matinee And Evening. -, '. When going to buy any "upholstery materials see that stock at Haase's. They can do -your re-covering for' you. For the good, old fashioned pancakes get flour such as your grandmother used. The Piatt Mill; company sell it. Dissolution Notice. The co-pnrtnership heretofore doing business at Waterbury under the name and style of Waterbury Drug Co, com posed of Edward W. McDonald and Bernard A. O'Hara, w,as this day dis solved by mutual consent. . Dr O'Hara retires from said business and Dr McDonald will continue the same as heretofore, temporary at least, and assilme all the. obligations to said business belonging. - ' , ' All parties indebted to the company should make payment at the store of the company. . , .- -. , , . Dated at Waterbury this 4th day of March, 1001. . E. W. M'DONALD, .' BERNARD A, O'HARA. CLERKS' ASSOCIATION.. A special meeting of .the- Retail Clerks' Association will be' held in Johnson hull this evening at 9:15 sharp. Every member should make, a special effort to.be present, os business of the utmost importance is .to - be transacted. . - - LEWIS M. HOLLAND, President; "REMOVAL. ; , Dr Lodge has removed frctta ' 744 East Main street to 23 Leavenworth street.. Night Calls promptly attend ed. . - : ; . - 3-5-3 ODR REDUCTION CLEARING SALE Commenced Saturday Morning, March ' , - 24. - It Is worth your while to- attend it iif GE0CWI0R Il7finte PnvMnXWlttiiitl If OUIOT Ul 001UUUUUUI Af anted A man who understands stamping. - w setting dies and getting up forces, to takn full chursre of Drop Press Department, Brass and .fancy metal goodsi . RepU statins where last employed, atfe and wages expected. Ad dress; K. K. Leffiugwell, 272 E. lUtn St.: Flat bush, L,. I. i A ANTED Boarders and Tabte boarders at " 233 North Elm Street. S-5-2 rrto KTCNT Tenement six rooms, mprove- ments. private halir . Inquire Mrs Dawson, 681 Riverside Street. 2-20-tf YV ANTED 10 men to eat our lnc dinners; , " soup. S kinds of meat, S kinds of Teget nbles,' bread and outter. pieor puddir.fr and tea or coffee. MeNie'soand loo Lunch Eoom, 273 Bank Stieet. 12-3-ly fj0 RENT Two four room tenements: Cole Street. Apply to Eugene Martin, S? Union Street ' . .. .. . , . l-4-tf , rp O RENT One flat ot six rooms. P. Holohan - 11-13-tf NEW SPRING HATS.' . ; "v All the best selling styles " at the price you want to pay. Always a pleasure to show goods. GILLMOR, tne Hatter . . 25 Exchange Place. ' TO RENT. 6 room house, Woleott street. $10. G room house, Drayer avenue, $12. 6 room house. Highland avenue '$10 5 rooms, third floor, East Main,' $11. J. T. PHELAN, ,125 BANK STREET. DENTISTRY. DR. S. W. CHIPMAN, : " 51 CENTER ST. .- Wherever you go, don't jo to Dr Chipman. , MA TS Reid & Hughes: Telephone 410. . COMMENCING TO-NIGHT OUR STORE TUESDAY EVENING AT 0 O'CLOCK Wash Goods Our Wash Goods Department, with its vast array of new fabrics for spring and summer wear, is now one of the most attractive spots in our store. All the -choicest novelties are here, but many of them will not be liere later, for once sold out, they can not be duplicated. We here enumerate a few of the leading materials, but nothing short of a personal visit and leisurlv examina tions can do the collection justice. French Zephyrs A beautiful light weight cloth in tiie daintiest colorings and mos; fascinat ing weaves. Some are part silk, others have a highly mercerized stripe and still others are- in pretty lace ' stripe effects. These wasli perfectly and for style and durability take precedence over all other fabrics in . the- Wash Goods line. Prices, range from 59c to 75c a yard. Reid & A Great Only 50 'Cases each of TOMATOES and Corn to be sold at this Drice. Our rpaulnr IOC - ' CORN AND TOMATOES 7c, -4 for 25c- California Navel' Or anges remain the'same price OUR MOTTO: Wo Advertise what we K liave,- arid exaotly as It is. Money back if you want it. Tfite CHance of Chances. Now Is the time for those who prefer heavy or medium weight -. clothing for spring wear. The prices we have placed on - The SALE all Men's and Boys' Suits and? Overcoats will make lively trad ing this week. L - :. ( Men's Wool Suits," $4.90. Men's fine tailored nil wool Suits, sold for $10 and $12 now $7.00. - Men's fine all wool Kersev Overcoats, sold for $8. $10, $12. and $10, now $5, $C, $7,90. Boys' Suits $1.43. - Splendid Boys' all wool Suits B. Kildwff PRIMROSES, Fine' Plants in v- : -v ; bloom,.! c .each. : ; fen palls j5c. each. c A;; ( EOSES, CARNATIONS, VIOLETS, HYACINTH, MIGNONETTE. ;- VAL. J LEY, CUT FRESH FROM OUR OWN HOUSES EVERY MOKJSiNG.' ? DALLAS, ?THe Florist. ' ' Telephone 418. - ! . 32 UNION AND 25. EAST WAIN ST. FOR SALE A farm of C5 art-es. $4,800.00; one mile from the OaUville trolley line. . A fafm'of 130 acres, 0 inlles from the fity, $2,000.00. J ' ' A farm at Hotchkissville, 112 acres, $2,200.00. : Money to loan on mortgage at 5 per cent.'- - . ... A- . . Loren R. Carter, No 11 EAST MAIN ST. ire You Going To Bay a Hew Range ? If so it will pay vou "to look at 9Uf STAMFORD Do you want a STEAM BOILER, HOT WATER HEATER? if so. in euire about the Winchester. P, H, GARRITY, . 221 BANK STREET. Telephone, 103-4. " OAKV1LLE CO MAKERS O- - , - Wire and Metal Goods. I O. Freight aLa Express. Address Oakvilie, Conp. ; Telegraph Addruis Waterbury, CoYin. New York Ouice, 48, Howard Street . ..WILL CLOSE -EVERY Scotch Qingham , Novelties wash fabric possesses features so inimitable as a Gingham. . Its peculiar softness and flexibility,, has made its position among dressy v textures un assailable. Our line of these is un usually complete this season and em braces all the newest weaves aud col orings in mercerized, corded, - laue effects and plain cloths, stripes, checks, plaids and plain colors.- Prices from 25c to OiJc a yard. . - Imported Dimities This fabric is too well known to need any description; brought out ' in a most bewildering variety of, patterns, it holds a place in the front ranks of fine sheer wash materials for supimer wear. Patterns are inHlgures, stripes and dots on plain and, tinted grounds in pink, blue., yellow1, gray, tan, violet, navy, red and black. Price tt-lc a yard. Hughes. Sacrifice. - PRIMROSES. THE, WHITE-SIMMONS CO., Wholesale and Retail Crocers,j 1C3-5 Bank Street, ' Waterbury, Conn. ' .is. . - , ; 11 SOFTH Til AIN STREET ' . ; . . y ' - - ...'-. , ftkXltt - 9 f . Pprtnf Lamb. ChIcken.'VeaL Mnt-" tonf Chicago" Dressed Beef nd Na- 'tlve Beef. . The finest qoalir T Vegetables. Always fresh. ' . "THE OLD RELIABLE" - i . . ' Is the largest in the city ana Seeps. the ..largest stock to select from, ' S, BOHL, t Proprietor V . ' 4 SOUTH MAIN ST. " ' Telephone Orders Promptly AttendedJ " Short Sea Trips Of two to five days""dnratiqn, are offered by the 1. Old Dominion Line r' . ', T( , . Norfolk, Va. k '"' Old Point Comfort. Va- r Richmond, Va. , , i Washington,' D. C. . Steamers sail daily except . Sunday from Pier" 20, 'North River, foot ot Beach street, New York. Tickets, including,, nieals and state. -room accommodations, $13 and up wards. For full information apply to . OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. 81 Beach Street, New York. N. Y. H. B. WALKER, Traf Mgr.. J. J. BROWN. G. P. A. City Steam Laundry and DYE WORKS. , 43 JEFFERSON ST. - ' Family washing by the pound or week. Goods delivered in any part of the city. Satisfaction guaranteed F. N. PERRY, Proprietor. , The Last Chance I am authorized to sell premises No 202 Bank street, for- the sum of $18, TJ00. The property, is next south of the rink, that being the property, it Is said, a syndicate has formed to pur chase. This offer is gooirfor the first ' comer. , ' . Inquire at D.'H. Tlerneys Real Es- ' "fate. Fire and Plate Glass Insurance, Contract. Court aud Fidelity Bonds. Office, No 107 Bank street.1'. ' Pan Cakes ., -. - Are the only things for Breakfast this time of the year, and we have the only kind of Flour to make them of Old 'Fashion 'Buckwheat Flour FLOUR Jiheh as your Grandmother used when you were young. ' - We have a nice line of .Grain." 'and Feed for your Poultry. - . ' '' -J pur 'Oats hav all been ' cleaned. Hay,' Straw and .Sate. - - . The. Plait Mill Co. 30 Benedict Street. V ' ? y Phone. . : J BRASS CITY COAL CO , Goal, Wood and Charcoal. T. F. CONWAY, M-r. ' YARD NEAR GAS HOUSE. -' Telephone: 133-14. ? COAL, 'WOOD AND CHARCOAL JOHN BYRON, Yard rear Plume &" Atwood's; .TJp town -office with J. H. Devereaux 3s Co.. 25 East Main Street. Tefepbonfl call. 'H ' 1. ' 11 Frank Miller & Co ' Onlv One OtBer "Way. k There's, only one other way In which , any one couiu get as gootj coax as w -sel for less money, and that wouldn't f- -be "a safe way. ' ? , " W(vrc11 cood. sound, clean, satlsfse trw irktl 1 ..." . .i ' . .. ' We give fujf weight, charge th Ktt' aqd Carefully. v ; It litir rnnr TiAxt tnn cf na vcmi'11 "-:: h sorry .butrtt.one thlnic tlutt fon-h: enr ubsr ud da-civj . LEADERS IN LOW PRICES. i 131 Bcanv "-i.--a-.sji . .-4. ... C - ft'