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!V ATE KB U II Y EVEN JUNG JJHAHHJKAT. TliUKSJDAYV 'J LTLYv 10," 1902. .3 &f . W
THE PUBLIC BUILDING Sites That Have Been Offered the Government In This City. . , , Washington, July 10. The treasury department has opened the bids for the sale of sites In the cities of Meri den, Waterbury and Torrington, on which to erect the buildings author ized by the last congress. The con- : gress just ended appropriated $145,000 for the erection of n government build ing at Waterbury, $100,000 for a build ing at Meriden and $o0,000 for Tor rlngton. Of this appropriation the government can spend about 20 per cent for sites. r Some time ago the treasury depart ment advertised for bids for the sale . of sites in these three cities. The de partment asked for a lot 150 feet by 105 feet at Waterbury, 155 by 1G0 in Meriden and 125 by 130 in Torrington. The sites which have been offered the department In this city are as fol- 1o"W8 Size of lot called for. 150xlG5 feet Mrs Cornelia A. Buel. 135x110 feet. West Main and State streets, $40,000. P. B. Norton. 140x90 feet, Phoenix avenue, 'about $32,000. S. P. Williams, 153x110 feet. Grand ana jneia streets, ,wv. , Cornelia C. Holmes, Clarence" 'L. Holmes and Walter W.' ' Holmes. 1 1 -1 no taat- tfoat Afnln Btrtt nnd Central avenue; $30,500. F. J. Kingsbury, 110x160 feet, ; Leavenworth street and Kendrick al ley, $59,000: v ' &UW1U' . iUVUUUK. IWiUHI We'st Main street $40,000. ' Edwin W. Mooring. 1G0x185 ' feet. Test Main street. $40,000. John Burns, 175 feet front, South . Main street, $200 a square foot. V vaevigir ijuj u. a'u-vjio itxi, uvi in east corner West Main street and Cen tral avenue. $50,000. - : ' George E. Boyd, ISOxIGO feet cor ner East Main and North Elm streets, $30,000. - ; . ' 1 George E. Boyd, 110x150 feet, south side Grand street, between Field street and proposed extension of Church street. $35,000. r , t George E. Boyd, 140x110 feet, cor ner Grand street and Cottage place, $47,500. ' .' '. ;; It will be noticed fhat many v of these bids offer sites smaller than asked for by the government. ManyN more are too high In price for the gov ernment to : consider. But these ' prices are not considered final. Within the next month or six weeks the treas- ; ury department will sena inspectors to each city to investigate the sites offered. Charles J. Lyman will go to Torrington and Meriden and E. ' A Crane to Waterbury. These gentlemen will Inspect each lot, as to location and price, and endeavor to choose one In an attractive location that can be" purchased within . the appropriation i available. The agents will make their ' reports to the secretary of the treas ury. . , ; CITY jNJSWS. . , , -a E. S. Baribault of South Main street !s attending a convention of the Ar tisans, which is being held In Montreal. He Is the local delegate. ; ' In the New Haven city court .yester day Daniel Hanley and Charles Haley of this city were fined fl and costs each , for trespassing on railroad cars. - Helen, the three months' old child of Mr, and Mrs James II. Duffy of 30 Camp street; died last night. The funeral took place this afternoon with A a . A- w n a. T 1 . J i interment in t josepns cemetery., Chnrles B. Jackson and John Mou Eaili of this city have , successfully passed the entrance examinations to Yale college. Jackson passed nineteen - out or twenty examinations a nne rec ord." - ( J ; ' . Martin Moriarty and Miss Ellen Wren were married by Rev " Father, Curtln at St Francis Xavier's church "this morning at the 7:30 o'clock mass. honor and Thomas Heatherington was best man. . There appears to be some misunder standing In the minds of several peo ple as to the name of the parties from whom ' the clty has purchased a site for the proposed school building in the South end of the city. The. lot was purchased from Tracy Brothers.' ' Mayor Kilduff arid other city offi cials will go to Hartford to-morrow morning to attend the hearing before the "railroad commissioners relative to the Oakvllle trojley application. The party will-leave on the 8:3S train from the Highland division station. The hearlne is of ereat lmoortancp to the people of Waterbury and it is hoped that a big delegation will be present In the city's interests. Lost, strayed or stolen the fish that , Dr O'Hara, Dr McLarney, Truant Of ficer Turley and Michael Murphy caueht at Lake Ouassanamr yesterday. : , Last seen in the team occupied by the party of expert fishermen when they ; left Quassnpaug for home. The large .number of fish had disappeared , by the time the party reached this city.' Their friends are mean enough to as sert that the . party didn't have any, even 'when they, left Qassapaug. Miles Emmons, the W aterbury car penter who attempted suicide and min der last Saturday at the home of Ida cousin, Mrs Emma Wlnans, on Center street, was well known in v Ansonla, having worked for ' Contractor CJ. Y. Woodruff up to hist Thursday -night. Emmons worked "here three weeks, and when he left for his home, to remain over the Fourth, he appeared to be nil right. He did not show up Saturday , morning, but nothing was thought of the matter until Monday night, when Emmons's queer doings became known. X-l.xr u'ui licit aii-cl. v x but afterwards returned to his home in. Waterbury each evening. Emmons was known as a very quiet man. mak ing few friends and saying very little about himself. Ansonla Sentinel. , A great whist tournament Is due to & m -v i d ct in .1 nu (Mi in. t im ti r -lr-n a t." take .place at the: Lyceum In Brooklyn In a .short time. Two (rival teams, of about six young men each will take part in the tournament, wliich la cre ating considerable Interest. One team will be headed by Frank Hollywood, and will Include young men Trom the north end and other sections of the city, while the other team will have Ed ward Dunphy as leader and will in clude several members of the St Thom as Cadets A. A. A battle royal, Is ex pected and there will be some very scientific whist ptaying. AH the play ers are very Jealous of their reputation as whist players and will play their prettiest at the tournament, which was expected to take place last Tuesday night. A number of ladies have been Invited to be present so that they may receive some pointers . i NUTMEG GRATINGS. Interesting Bits of News Boiled Down for the Benefit 6f Busy Readers. Fra nk Ruff, aged 33, of New Britain, committed suicide in the county Jul1 in Hartford yesterday afternoon by severing his Jugular Vein and wind pipe with u broken piece of crockery. Ruff was sent there from New Britain and was charged with drunkenness, lie is. survived by a widow and five children. - : W James Cronaa of Southington, who was arrested six weeks ago for non payment, of taxes, was. released from the Hartford Jail yesterday afternoon by Sheriff Smith upon orders of the county commissioners. Cronan was prosecuted under the new tax law and was bustled off to jail before 6 o'clock the next morning; after his trial. The amount of taxes and costs to be worked out was $32. Deputy Sheriff George Senk iserved a second replevin writ on Chief of Po lice Jtyan of Hartford yesterday to re cover possession of the ring which the chief had in his possession and which Jacob Cohn claims is his , property. The chief did not deliver .the ring. There will be a hearing before John J. Dwyer? Justice of the peace, on July 15, at 0 o'clock a. m. , : , Anna Erb, who was ihe central figure in the Rich-Schell trouble In New Brit ain In June, 1899K was married yester day in Boston to a young man of New Britain. Relnhold Schell, who for the love of Anna, attempted: to, blow up John A. Rich, is serving a five years' sentence at Wether sfleld. - Everybody who knew Schell anticipated that when he was released from prison lie and Anna would be married. Dwight Russell of Mlddlebury, a man 30 years old, who jumped off a stone wall . in ; Mlddlebury about two weeks ago and who ran a small stub aboui as big as pne's thumb into his foot nearly four Inches, is nearly dead as a result, blood poisoning having set in. Dr II. S. ,Karrman attended the gpung man, but his patient grew worse and Dr Crane has been called in consultation. v . . Senator Hawley. : who has been at his, cottage In Woodtnont for some: weeks, Is making steady progress. -He was very feeble when he arrived, hav- ing had a severe turn of the grip, with many hindering sequelae. It has. been slow work ' regaining strength5 against these conditions, but the im provement is going .on each day. The general takes life easily and does not exert himself much. . . . ;, ; ' : A dastardly attempt to rob the poor box ot St John's Catholic church, New Haven, was made at noon yesterday by a tr Amp, who escaped. The sexton of the church about noon , entered the building and found a man in one of thd pews apparently praying, the fellow kneeling down In the pew, The sexton went to the vestibule and returning a moment later found the man with the poor box upside down in his hands tryJ trig to shake1 the pennies out. Joseph Capello, a. track hand em ployed' by the Consolidated road, was struck, by the train due In New Haven on the New York division at 9:45 yes terday morning, near -West naven. He was badly Injured and had a very" nar row escape from Instant death. He was brought on the train to Union sta tion and then taken In the ambulance to. the New Haven hospital. ' An exam ination showed that the man's collar bone ia 'fractured and lie has a severe cut on the head. He will recover.1 . 'Monday evening the v family of E. Lareau of Shelton was surprised by a visit from a couple1 of ladles residing In the neighborhood, who " appeared dressed in new bathing dresses instead of the usual evening costume. They were welcomed In spite of their strange costume, but a pleasant prac tical joke was put up on them while they ; were quietly, conversing with some of the family, members, of whom drenched them with a garden hose. -'- Failure returns for the first half of 1902 are -exceedingly . favorable, whether for this state, or for the couu tr$ In this state there have been 90 failures uu to July 1. A year ago, for the same period, there were 109. , The total liabilities were only about half as. large. or $01.120 for this j'ear and $1,022,858 for the same ' period last year.' The assets for 1902' were $304, 294 and for 1901, $523,127. The pro portion of assets tojiablllties remains about the same. Jeremiah Taylor, , who was struck by an engine on the Naugatuck rail road just below ; the Junction, early j'Vut'vsday'.: morning, died , , yesterday 'morning about 11 o'clock. Dr George L. Beardsley, the attending physician, whoN Is "also the - medical examiner, said yesterday afternoon that he had not yet determined1 the cause of death. He thought, however, .that Taylor re ceived a fracture of the skull at the basc-of the brain, and that his death was due to this. The cuts and bruises on the other parts of his body1 were tiot of a character to cause death. ' Thefuneral of Sister Mary Joheph lne Marcelline, known to the world as Sarah Mahoney, was attended at 9 o'clock yesterday morning in the chap el of St Joseph's convent, Hartford. A solemn requiem high mass was celt ebrated. Rev Walter J. Shanley, rec tor of St; Joseph's cathedral, being the celebrant. He Asas assisted by, j Rev Luke Lawler of . Danbury as deacon and Rev Thomas S: Duggan as sub deacon. , Rev Edward M. Hayes was .master of ceremonies. The bearers were Bernard Smith, Charles Nagle,?. Thomas Mulcahy and John Coster. In-f terment was In St Mary's, cemetery In West Hartford. J; , ' Richard G. Seymour and his son-ln-Jaw,' Charles Scheick of Rbwayton, were before Judge Joseph R. Tnylor of Norwalk j-esterday charged with kidnapping James A. Barker, 14 years old, son of Mr and Mrs' William Bar ker of ;Peekskill, N. Y. ' Mrs Barker Is a daughter of Mr Seymonr. The. alleged kidnapping is said to be the result of a family feud. On , the Fourth of July Mr Seymour visited the. Barkers and It is alleged took the boy with him by force. The b oy Is in Litchfield and Mr Seymour, accompan ied by an officer, went there yesterday" to bring him to Norwalk. The cases were continued for a week. . A well dressed young man stepped onto a trolley car in New Haven yes terday andasked the conductor to stop at Governor street. There is no such street there and further, conversation between the passenger and conductor cansed the latter to come to the con. elusion that the young man was' in sane. He was turned oveito the police and after considerable difficulty it was learned that his name Is Draney Berry of Providence. R. I. Young Berry was under the impression that - yesterday. Harding's 72-74 South Main st, TelepHoiie 220. CROQUET SETS ' " - "' ' ' ' ''-'' " 'V. . .1 When Croquet was first in troduced it sprang at once into popular favor, and the demand for it was enor mous. After a ' time the demand fell off largely, and the sale greatly decreased. This year, however, it ap pears that Croquet has re- . gained its popularity. We have it. rices SI to $3.75 COAL gives the very best satisfaction.: Try. a ton from us before you purchase your winter supply and we are sure that you will be so well satisfied that you will place your entire order with us. '". ' : .(';'- John McEUigoit. Office, Fitzpatrick & Glos ter'Si 60. South Main St. . Telephone connection. SHIRT WAISTS WHITE AND FANCY, $1, 1.25, $1.50,1 $2, $3 Straw Hats CUT PRICES F.A.Wenzel&Co 23 EXCHANGE PLACE. was .the Fourth of July. He says he remembers solncf tn work on the 3rd of the month, , but from that time uatil yesterday his mind was a blank. Rela tives came to police lieadquarters last night and took the youugman to Provi dence. 7 i ' i PURELY PERSONAL Samuel P. Williams and family are occupying their residence at Pine Orch ard.. .,, ' ... "'.vV'- ,. ;'. :- Mrs Atwell tof this city is' visiting her daughter, Mrs Osmond Bowe of Yales ville. ' George L. Lilley visited Attorney II. R: Durant at bis place tn Woodmont this afternoon. . ; '. - ' ; The Misses Slater of "South Main street have gone to. Walnut Beach for the summer. , . Thomas Daly has returned I to ' his' h6mp' In thrs city from a visit with, friends In New Britain , Miss Mary, Dowllug. of Prospect street, who has been visiting In New, Haven, has returned home, 'i" . . MJss "Katheriiie Dillon has ' returned to her home in this city; after a visit wlthfriends- in Winsted. ; ;, , Mr and v Mrs Edgar Beardsley have returned to this city, after a ten days' visit J with relatives In Sfratf ord. Mrs'. IIugh Keenan and. son James of Pratt place have- gone on a two weeks -visit to Westfield and Hins dale,; Mass. .; ''," , : -," The Misses K. G. and A. F. Slater andv Miss Mary1 Minnahaii ' left for Walnut Beach this afternoon where they will spend several weeks at the Hungerford cottage." TIMELY TOPICS ' Frank r. McEvoy will sell . you a wheel on easy terms. Only $5 down then $1 a month. ' The Trott Baking Co has home made blackberry pies on sale for 15 cents. : ' ' . , ' r Held & Hughes advise all who have not yet visited the big-sale" to do so at once. . . , A. F. Cowles, the Center street mil-, liner, has cut prices on trimmed hats right In two. s ! , , The Boston : Familyt Shoe store is selling, a children's' shoe for C9 cents that Is a real bargain. ; ; 1 F. jrBolaii, at 00 Bank street, has a full line of summer hardware and window and door screens. , v J. M. Burrall & Co sell the refriger ators that always give satisfaction. The Miller & Peck Co will have a bargain day sale ftomorroW. " Attend It and save money. - " Currans big sale fs still on and will continue until August 1 or until all the goods are sold. " - J. B. Mullings & Son have cut prices In children's clothes, so that a good suit can now be had for $1.87. Jones, Morgan & Co say that there are suits and suits, but try one of theirs and be. happy. , t Frank Wiilestine, the shoe man, says he will: have extra clerks Saturday night so that all can be waited on. . LEHIGH .CLEAN - Wants-ForSale-ToBent T70R SALE Upright mahogany platio, nearly new. Also Hurl walnut upright, in use three months. Either great bargain. Cull at once, Forbes' Music House. 7-10-3 FOR SALK Seven organs.' ranging In price $15 to $50; also large Ciougfc & Warren or- ?an suitable for lodge room. Forbes' Music louse. : 7-10-3 LOST ,A Scotch Oollie bitch, register No. 41, Ketnrn to H. W. Barrett, U Wall street, and receive reward. i H "pURNISliED ROOMS to rent, 43 Center street. . E. L. May, 7-8-3 w ANTED Boarders at iS Kingsbury street T70B RENT Three rooms,. JohnWrenn, 180 A South street. i ; 7-5-6 FOR RENT Store, and tenements In new block, oorner Round Uill and Ward streets; also, two tenements on Ward street. Inquire ot Henry W. Minor, 144 Bank street. 7-6-6 WANTED By competent young lady, posi tion as stenographer or at general office work. Address "M," care Democrat. 7-3-6 T OST Tuesday evening, memorandum book, red color. .Liberal reward lor return to my office. Dr Thomas Bland. 6-80-tt WANTED A dressmaker by the day. In quire 00 Linden street, 6-30-tf FOR'SALE Choioe building lot on Wash ington Hill. Small amount down. J. T. Phelan, 44 Banlc street. 1 6-23U FOR RENT Tenemen ot 6 . rooms, NEW, with ftll modern conveniences. North Willow street Henry L. Rowland Odd Fel lows' building. ; 3 2-0-tt TO RENT Shore cottages at Meadows End; all furnished, J. T. Pheian, Bank street . ...... C-2-3m STORE TO RENT Has been used as rcs- tauraut Adjoining Poll's theater. John Moriarty. - 6-28-tf MPLOYME NT BUREAC Help of all kinds furnished and situations secure for capa ble workers in all kinds of employments Mrs. Kelly, 78 East Main street 'Phone 103-6 . FOR RENT Nice cottage of 7 rooms. Tone " mentofG rooms, NEW, with all modern conveniences. Willow Court and North Wil low street Henry I Rowland, Odd Fellows' bu ldint. V ".. " 2-6-tt , DISTRICT OF WATERBURY S3 PRO" . bate Court. July 10, 1WW. Entace of Isabella Cnipman late ot Water bury In said district, deceased. ' The administrators having exhibited their ad ministration account with said estate to this Court for allowance, it ts ORDERED That the 14th day of July. A. D., 1902, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Pro bate Office In Waterbury be and the same ia assigned for a hearing on the allowance of said administration account with said estate, and this Court directs the administrators to cite all persons Interested therein to appear at said time and place, by publishing this order in some newspaper published in New Haven coun ty and , having a circulation in said distriot. , v By Order of Court, . , James J. Cassin, Clerk, The ffew York Built Battlcalifp. WASHINGTON, July 10. It is prob able that the battleship to be built at thef New'York uavy yard will be named Connecticut. ;.!. Secretary Moody has been advised that it is desirable to have the four big ships just authorized named as soon as possible, and he will probably assign the names of 1 the states selected, Connecticut, Tennes see, Ijouisiana and Washington, to the vessels in a few' days. It has been the custom In naming ; war vessels after states to taketnto consideration , the geographical 1008(1011 of the yard at which the ship Is built; There already Is a war vessel named the New York, and Connecticut Is the nearest state of the four whose names will be given to the new vfessels. 3Ck . ' - Ah Oil Burning Steamer. NEW YORIf' jgnly lO.-The new twin screw steamship Nebraskan of the American-Hawaiian Steamship company has arrived in port from Phlludelplifa. The vessel is one of three sister ships, the other two befng the'Nevadan and: the Texin, the latter still In course of construction, whicll have been built by the New York Ship building company at Camden, N. J. All three vessels are fitted with fur naces in which either oil or coal can be used as f ul These three vessels are the : pioneer oil burning vessels built in the United States. Monnment to - Admiral Ternay, NEW YORK, ' July 10. Tomorrow, the anniversary of the arrival of the French "fieet artd ," the landing of the French troops at Newport, the corner stone of the monument to Admiral de Ternay, who died shortly after and whose grave Is In the little cemetery of Trinity church, will be laid. . The Rochambeau mission made a special visit to this grave; to . lay a wreath upon it. Representatives of many well known societies will be present. .' 1 Floodn.In Mohawk Valley. UTICA, ,'N. Y., July 10.-A heavy rainstorm passed over Oneida county last; evening, causing great damage in farming regions. The .rain descended, in torrents for over an hour,' choklhg up sewers and sending the Mohawk river over its banks. The rain-, will, interfere considerably with the 'river. Improvements In this city. The almost" continuous rain which has fallen in the last month has almost ruined; growing crops. , . World' fair Salaries Held Vp.' WASHINGTON, July 10. The comptroller of the treasury has decid ed that, the salaries and. expenses of the Louisiana "Purchase exposition commission could not be paid until the provision of the act appropriating $5, 000,000 for the exposition which rer quires "us a condition precedent that the directors' shall contract to close the gates to visitors on Sunday during the whole duration of 'the fair" is exe cuted. . ' '. ' Heavy Lor 1 Ncvrf ouqdland Storm ) ST. JOHN'S, N. F,, July lO.-The minister of ' marine and fisheries has issued a statement which show?, from reports f orwarded to his . department by officials and others along the coast of the island, that the ,total extent of the damage wrought by the recent storm to property and fishing Interests on the coasts and in the outer waters amounts to $750,000. Killed ly Live Wire. ; BETHLEHEM, Pa., July 10.r Thr9iigh the crossing of live wires John Sterner, a telephone lineman, got a shock of 500 volts while on top of a pole and was thrown to the ground. He struck head first on a pile of stones and died almost instantly. Maya Indlau War Over, IERIpA, Yucatan, July 10. Gov ernor Molina of this state announces that the war, against the Maya Indians is pracWcally over and that the nation al guafd now will be reorganized on a new and more efficient basis. . FOR SALE. The large fine brick residence with lot of about 120 feet on North Main street, being Nq .101, formerly occu pied by myself and family, and for the past few years by the Union Club, is now in the market. This is to-day one of the best loca tions in our prosperous city for a doctor's home and ofilces, or can be used and Improved for other profitable purposes. - 1 will give the right party onV of the best real estate deals that was ever offered in central property. Will make terms to suit purchaser. Call WILLIAM J, SCHLEGEL, For this and other bargains in Water bury real estate, in the Lewis building, No 65 Bank street, , l; v 1 rosn MASONS, PLASTERERS, CON- . TRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Estimates promptly furnished. ' Office at Fruinr & 'Levin's,1' Plumbers,, No 34 Canal street, City. , Residence '.2 Driggs street J THIS IS YOUR BANK Where your money will earn"' you more than bank interest Five family house on Baldwin street, large lot; all rented and in good condition; eonven lent to several large factories; monthly rental $35. . Be your own landlord. This is your chance. ' J. T. PHELAN, 42 Bank Street Take elevator. u MUST SELL An S-room house, Gilbert .street; large lot; worth" $2,000. - But make me an offer, as it must go fo settle estate, ll-room house, Bridge street; a bargain at $1,200; rents for $17 month; $100 down, '' , ;;?;!. . - C. S. Lang, 199 Bank St., Room 3 Concreting, Curbing, Paving, Trucking and General Jobbing. McGrath 6c Sons,, 20 MAG ILL ST. TEL2II-6 THE REID & HUGHES DRY GOODS CO Telephone 4iO. Our Mid-Summer Sale. 'Added Interest will be given to this great sale with fresh lots of goods every day, replenlshlyg the counters as fast as they are depleted. Wash Goods. Best American Prints, sale price, 4c a yard Dress Lawns In ; a' large assort- . 'ment 'of patterns' and colors, - K . regular price 12, sale price, , . - . 9yac a yard Anderson's Ginghams, regular 45c tiuality, sale price, 25c Muslin Underwear ' Extra values in this department In Gowns, Skirts and Corset Covers. . , Gowns Chemise Gowns, made of fine nainsook,- . square ' neck and elbow sleeve, trimmed with Hamburg Insertion, regular price $1.50 ' each, sale i price, , $1.00 each Marguerite Gowiis of nainsook, in s square neck, and short bell sleeve, trimmed with rows ' of ' hemstitching, regular price $1.00, sale price, 79c each r AU Styles. en's Oxfords $2.00 to S4.00 I Ladles' Oxfords $1.25 to $3.50 FITZPATRICK & GLOSTER ( ' SnOE CIRCULATORS. . ; GO South Main Street. , Under Electric Sign. E. G. KILDUFF CO. BROWN & CRANE, : Undertakers and Funeral Directors 152 East Main Street.. . . , Telephone call 123-15. : r Night calls answered at store or District Telegraph office. ' ' H. J. Crane, residence 30 Elizabeth street; telephone 133-23. T. II. Brown, residence 152 East Main street; telephone 123-15. MORIARTY, UNDERTAKER Next to Poll's theater, JOHN' MORIARTY, , . JOSEPH C. MORIARTY. ' 1 ; Telephone store and house., ALWAYS ON DUTY. CH AUNCEY SEELY &CO .BUILDERS . Are prepared to furnish estimates and take contracts on all kinds of building. Jobbing promptly attended td. ' gnO"P AND OFFIGEt , .85 BISHOP ST. , " Store --and 5-Room Tenemant on North Main street for sale cheap on easy terms or will trade. . ', - W. P, JARRETT, Real Estate, C5 Bank Street, Boom 18. . Taking Their Daily outing With a good, safe horse to drive would save the ladles many doctors fees. Fresh air is nature's tonic, and you get your rig from this stable., C D. PINNEY, ScoT, Horses given the best of care. ' ' Cambric Gowns, short sleeve and '. round neck, trimmed with ; Hamburg insertion and beading, . regular price $1.25, sale price, ' . 89c each Good Quality Muslin Gowns, full size, with cluster of tucks and Hambui'g Insertion to neck, reg ular price 50c, sale price, ,' - 30o Skirts Ladle Long "White Skirts, good quality muslin, with 15-lnch ' Bounce, . trimmed with hem- ' stitched tucks and ruffle of B- ; Inch Hamburg, regular price $1.25, sale price, ; , ,89X; each Whit Skirts made of fine cam brie, with 18-lhch flounce, trim . med with two rows of Polht de- ' Paris Insertion and clusters of tucks jjnd ruffle o f 4-inch lace, regular value $2.25 each, sale price, , ' y $1.50 each Washable Lawn Skirts In black and blue and white stripes, with S-lnch accordion plaited flounce, regular ' price $1.00, sale price, . . . ; w ;! 79c each All Leathers. , Visit our - Boys' depart ment and you will find a suit, for the values we are offering in Boys, clothing will more than pay you for coming. Every suit must be sold to make room for our large Winter Stock. Boys1 suits, $1.25, $1,50, $2.00 and $2.50. , Boys1 Odd pants, 25c, 4rc and 72c. Boys' shirts and "Waists, 25c and 50c. Boys' caps, 15c and 25a Sale Will Last This Week. ".. . . , ' BOYS' wwrmiiBi towii wftttM n,tfiii tfi tiwn.iimiMii - rui LnJ If You' Want To Save Money Do as the Others Do, Buy Your Shoes of Us J J- Our Clearing Is Meeting w i t h Great Success, 1 ; We are. sorry that peo: pie went ovit without be ing waited on last night, but the crowd was lar- h ger than : we expected ; but we will be prepared Saturday night with Extra Clerks. :'',v " Frank the Shoe Man Prichard Building, 203 Bank Street : ' WHEAT Jb the best kind of feed for clilekiens and we have all kinds. We are just unloading a car which Is really better than some of our higher priced grades J $1.65 is what it will sell for. Victor. Feed la the proper thing: to feed now", oats are so high; it is a good deal cheaper.,. Now 1 the time to1 sow; Budcweat We have some nice seed. White Southern Corn to sow1. ' How about your hens; are theyf lousey Instant Louse Aitller will fijq them. i the Piatt Mill ' Co. E0 BENEDICT STREET. Glam Chowder. Try a Quart of Jimmie i famous , Chowder, wc have ; it every Friday. 20c QU Woodruff Grocery Co IF YOU WANT A CARPENTER CALL The Seeley Upham Co BUILDERS. , 8 SOUTH WILLOW. STREET, , Nice' lot at Mill Plain for sale,' CHARLES F. MILLER, 1 Carpenter and Builder, Estimates Checrfuily Furnished on Short Notice. BENEDICT STREET, . Next TRACY BR03 Telephone 148. Ladles' Tailored Garments It is not nocessary to pro to New York lor tha latest creations nud newest dosttms in taliorol KUitsand riding habits. Order your tailor-mads $uHso . , F. BUCK, 270 Nor tk Main St., New styles in making. Now ertoots In flnlHh. I am better prepared than ever to pleas tny large nnmber of customers, wuo are tUe elite ot Waterbury and vicinity. Frank Miller & Co GOAL 11 SOUTH MAIN STBEET COAL ALSO 700D AND CIIARCOAIi ! JOHN BYRON, ' Tard near riumo & Atwood'a. Uptown office with J. II. Devereang I & Co, 25 East Main street.