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   Middletown Penny Press (Newspaper) - August 7, 1902, Middletown, Connecticut                                RES WHOLE -NO. 8,648 (EIGHT PAGES fcwCAMP&CO proprietors Boys' Suits Cheap At   Our Quick-Step   Sale Vacation plays play hob with boys' clothes. A chance to start the boy off again in a new, strong suit for a little money. See how this sale of ours hetps you: I .       $1.50 and $2 suits selling for $1:16 '#2-. So and    suits selling for $1.66 $1.50 and $4suits selling for $2.36 $5 and $6  suits selling for $3.86 Does vour boy need shoes? .We've reduced our $1 and $. 1.25 lines of boys' shoes to 89c. Our store is full of bargains in everything man or boy wears-Clothes, Furnishings, Hats and ."Shoes.-Vacation clothes for men at cut-prices; trunks, bags ahtl suit cases lower than ever. ?g^\''5A 6 - 350 Main St.Middletown Conn. CORPORAL O'BRIEN JAILED. Charfired Wlfh Perjury Iri Testimony Before  Senate Committee. North Adams, Mass., Aug. 7- Shortly after midnight a special officer from Washington awoke Corporal Richard O'Brien at his home in this town to place him Under arrest oh the charge of perjury in his-testimony before the senate committee last May regarding  affairs in the. Philippines on a bench warrant from the supreme court of the District of Columbia. O'Brien took his arrest quietly and said that-he expected to prove every statement that he had made "before the senate; -committee and that he would call several witnesses to confirm-what he-had said. It is expected he will be taken to Washington today. O'Brien was corporal of Company M, Twenty-sixth regiment, of which Captain' McDonald of Boston was commanding officer, and O'Brien made severe charges against his captain,' to which Captain McDonald replied in a vigorous denial. Senator Lodge was quoted at the time as saying that prosecution of O'Brien would follow. Dr.Gill Fhysjcian&Surg'eon Specialist 1138 Maid St. FINANCIAL Hartford, Ct. Hours-9 to 11 a. m.'  Tmn   .   -... ,~ i too, 7 to 8 p. m.^ - ~,.~<.ia.i aLicnuon ^iven to d'.seasea of the EAR, NCDSE. THROAT AND RECTUM. Dr. Gilt hda had 36 yeara' experience In the treatment of Chronic. Private and Nervous J diseases of Men: He restores the weak and those suffering from bad habits. He cures Varicocele and kindred complaints in the quickest and most Scientific manner in both young and old. He alsd cures all FEMALE DIFFICUL. TIES. Ladies can feel assured that they will receive the most skillful and up-to-date treatment. His Monthly Regulator is the , best, remedy known to medical science. SAFE AND SURE. Ladies can hrite in (strictest confidence. TERMS MODERATE. Most of his parents paly by the month, which- includes reatmenfts and medicines. To Insure an inswer |all letters must contain stamp uid address iu full. Board and Nurse ?h�?n reduired. Write. FLOORING Union Pacific RIGHTS Bought and sold by THE JACKSON COMPANY. 193 Court StM BIIDDI.ETOWN. CONN. '   . - I if you want- reliable Fire Insurance, Call, Write or Telephone J BACON & GUY,! Phone 15=2 265 Main St.    J  aral O'Brien's Chnrpen. Washington, Aug. 7.-i'orporal Rich artl O'Brien, in his 'testimony before the senate TMiujppine committee as- . serted that a Spanish woman in the town of Igbaras had been violated by* American officers. He testified that a number of; officers, among the.m Captain McDonald, had -become intoxicated at a reception at San Joaquin and conducted jthemselves in a disorderly manner, O'Brien charged Captain McDonald with having sold rations which should have been issued to tile, men and with striking .a-Filipino prisoner over the head with a revolver. O'Brien also .asserted that, dumdum bullets were issued in the regular way v^th other ammunition. Captain McDonald before the: committee denied all of O'Brien's statements. IUPDLETOWN, CONN*   THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902 LAST WEEK BUT ONE     * SPEAR BROTHER^' COLOSSAL ! MARK-DOWN SALE. Extra Lively Times This Week! j Why?   Read And See. Did you ever know of such values in Seasonable Goods at their most seasonable time ? ,        : j = Our great sale, where every article in our entire store has been liberally cut down in price, comes to a close at the. end of next week. Thousands of pleased patrons will remember this sale, and a thousand others should: avail themselves of the last opportunity to secure useful goods at unheard of prices.'. If you do not needl these goods at the present moment, you will surely need them later on. Buy them now for it is extremely improbable that these prices will again be equalled in many a month. This is a time of profit losing. Of course,'there's reasoiji in -if, It is a saving- to us in" the end. It's a saving to you now. There's many a chance to economize by spending-a fact, that's being daily demonstrated here. (EIGHT PAGES.) PEICE ONE CENT. "T1            c	-1		 	/	N	 THE BIG STORE Saturday Specials. A-choice.collection of bargains, offered especially to make a; busy day's selling-They'll do it too; but if you want any of them, remember to come Saturday. Take advantage of " our cm> prices on our entire stock on j Hosiery. Take advantage of our cut j prices on our entire' stock at] Kid. Gloves. ! Take advantage of   our ' cut . prices on our entire line of Fabric Gloves. Cut prices on our entire line of Handkerchiefs. . Cut prices on our entire line of Yarns. -   ' \ IMsi. a*-"-**.'- t^sj A word about hard wood flooring.  If rou who read-this are in any way ln- ierestjed,   we would like to have you think! what lcind you would like, of the following:   White quartered oak.piam oak, selected red Beech, white maple, seven! grades hard pine, white pine ami i - spruce. Yard closes at noon Saturdays. L.0. & E S. DAVIS. i at the Lumher Yard. A. E. HOLMES, DEN TIST Orric� Hootm:-8 to 12*. m.: Ivoap. m. 363   MAIN  SI R'EEI.' e. q; aeernethy, 277 Main Street. First Door South Y. M. C. A. J 5+0*0+0+0+0+0+ iMiirt Waists  and White Vests  -Require skill to laundrv well.   We "f" h4v�j expert holp for this kind of wprk. A. p. french. Dentist, 20i Main Street. First Door South Municipal Building-TeleDb"""   Connection BATTLE WITH LADRONES. Filipino   Bandit*   Rnmed   by   Thirteenth Infantry. Manila, Aug. 7. - A detachment of the' Thirteenth infantry engaged .and defeated a band of ladrones near Ma-rivelez, 'Bata.an province, Luzon, Monday. The ladrones had 'looted a village located on a military reservation, and the detachment of. the Thirteenth was dispatched against them at the request of the people and officials of the village. The: ladrones .opened on the soldiers ,froni cover. The. Americans replied to this fire and quickly dispersed the Filipinos. From records captured by men of j the Thirteenth it was learned that the 1 ladrones were members of the Rati- I punan society.    The framework and j organization of this branch of the Kali- ! punan extends through the provinces of Bataam Bulacan,-Uizal and Cavite. The 'movement.- however,   is  not re-, garded'seriously:   It has no leaders of prominence, and "the men are without arms.   The native constabulary is operating actively to destroy the organization, and the-police of Manila have arrested twenty persons suspected of plotting With the Katipunan.   Numerous arrests have also been made in adjoining provinces. General; Cldaffee will leave Manila next Monday on board the United States nrhiy transport' Ingalls for his fln.il tour of the Philippine Islands. Cut prices on our'entire line "of "Veilings.   �     '       _ Cut prices on our entire -line, ot Ribbons. i i Cut prices; on . 1,000 different items in bur Notion Depart, ment. I .     . Cut prices on every item1 in the whole store. Is there or has there been any other sale ever held in: Middle-town that can say as much? Millinery In this department a great slashing,of prices is the rule. Trimmed Hats have been ^ cut down to a ridiculously low figure, Untrimned Hats at the largest Ladies'Fancy Hose ; About 35 dozen Ladies' Fancy Stockings, in - plain colors,, stripes, open-work effects, etc:. They are regularly worth from". 39c tc 50c a pair, but you. can'have them ( not over 6 pair to a customer) tor Saturday Special, 2 pair for 25c reductions we have ever imade. Flowers,-   Feathers,   Aigrettes, Pompons, Wings, and all Trim- j irted Materials at big discounts. First class milliners_her0 at all times. Summer Vests       One more case of those 25c Ladies' Vests, low neck and sleeveless, three or four different styles, all of the 25c grade. These'are "run of the mill" and will go..       ;   - ' Saturday Special, 2 for 2 5c Hats Trimmed Free of Charge. SPEAR BROTH + 336 Main Street. ANNIVERSARY OF MOBILE BAY! TRUSTS MUST BE REGULATED ' URGENCY OF .THE ISSUE FROM A EXPERIENCES RECALLED WITH   FARRAGUT BY   BOATS WAIIjJ MACK.      -��   '   ! Just 38 years ago Tuesday,, occurred the Klorinus battle of Mobile ;Bay when the indomitable Farragut passed the rebel forts and captured the confederate fleet. Boatswain Alexander Ma-ck of New London, has good reason to recall that day. He was captain of the main top and of giih No. 7 on l)oard the United States 'ship. Brooklyn, Capt. .James Allen, commanding, which was the leading ship and! received the first of the heavy fire from Fort Morgan* and the; rebel ram {Tennessee. During the famous bfittle Mack was sent below four times on BUSINESS STANDPOINT.' For better or for wors-e, the monopolistic tendencies of the times a he forced upon public attention as the, leading political issue. Frotn ,the'Atlantic to the Pacific, the haphazard' concentration of industry is tjhe iippermosc topic in the public mind; j and with; the approach of the elect-ionis jits discussion inevitahly-bec.omes more irient "Roosevelt has air qred to impress,upon his kcute.    Pres-�bad'y- eiideav-party tliie ne- cessity of dealing conrajgeo.usly: with not 0. S. WATR0US. DO .3, and Associate Dentists, 267 K!ain St, Middletowri this question.    We are those who^ doubt his .sincerity pose;  but how'far. his [party will follow his' advice problematical Colonelj Goorje^ W. Hooker Dea ji-litical anid business life of Vermont, died suddenly -at his home here last night. Among the others he had'held was that; of sergeant at arms of the h-oiise of representatives of the Forty-seventh congress account of wounds received   and i  no,. sooner were the wounds dressed khan j-Rep.nblcans have a recorr he was back at his; gun fighting away ! than evaded-promises on for all he was wortih.    Finally heflos lart of his left hand .while in! the Whit The Middletown-" Steam Laundry. , 94 COURT.STREET, trejam? to collect and deliver. t % o t t Shall I Do With My Son? alos;ues of Cat Brass Castings OF ALL KINDS. The W. H CHAPMAN CO., CHAS, W. WA&WES Eeceiyer, ftfiiddietown Conn. Tlie best place ia the city for Iron Iktls, Spilngs and a complete line of Mattresses. Pillows, Blankets and. Com-iortal)l�-3. also Pictures. Undertaking carefully and properly attended to at the lowest living prices. Telephrone, Store and House.> T. W. G'KEiiFrv 463 Main St. MZi}22X.�'TOWK  COSI1I. Don't fail to fee oiir U'Jc easels. .....______ -,--,--   . Vermont member of ] the result of his experience in .Mobile the national Republican committee for i bay. In appreciation of his gajllant many years and secretary of the committee during the 1SS0 campaign and department commander of the (I. A. K. for three! terms. He was a member of the minuf,a r:On June 5. 1872, he was appointed a boatswain and served on the New Hampshire on the Pacific coist. He was on i. waited .the Colorado for six yeans at the'Boston Navy yard and speat four years at. the New London Naval station. - He was retired in IbSS on ac ot^nt of rup^ui ja double vert in thej Hue a remtvly 'far. worse While' both parties have maintained this attitude of imbeieijlity, the; i^reat body of public' opinion Ihas patiently for action; amazed and disappointed at .congression'ail. incapacity, and ti.-oroiishly deteniiihed to ; fina some relief from the burdens irap'ose-t by -dom'inant 'romhinalions of capital *ro Curtain- Muslin 1000 yards Sash Curtain Mustin, in dots and stripe s.good quality and a regular 15c value Saturday Special, 9c a yard Door Lace 10 pieces ularly \\c fancy Door Curtain Lace, all good patterns, reg-. Saturday Special, 10c a yard or labor, which are a menace to our of duty at the Boston navy yanl.ivhen ! peace and stability when governed by. the'war-with Spain broke out Boat-| men using their power Without regard trie it: clearly our s ceaoh. The claims this the a: - The to pvi makini! call to a. cou ' Nqw -Rdv'4 ."�..!� 60 ASY answer the qu ;t:on, because i-olicpl advantaty-w are"wieh,m jyour importance of usefni education your attention.   Kcijic-ciaily is j't^v'here means a-re iimiied,   or or^the c'iK'hlren is needed. ^'afe;?t way to hr'ip the family. Is the children ha-cness trailing, 't-hem seli-sufx ori!:ng. 1 Please d'iscuss the advantages of sues rse.        ^ caitalogue now out-my next adv.. On SEPTEMBER iJi2 For the Flrtt Time ifi Four Years The Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association of Hosten will open it1* d.wtri; to tlie ])blilji; With ;tu exhibition ot tho Jtii|>rovcii)L'iitB aiong inuWiunicul anil fclcntiflc lines' whirh h.ivo ln'i-n |>ivitu'->'
                            

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