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vYATERBUIlY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1895.
CURRANTS Tll.F'MlOM- Cll --1 -el n Q f err; Si I lv .. Y IS f No 0vir to tho l:irir" contra, is tat i with l)l;in"kot early in the season we are obliged to uec t sei than we had calculat 1 and not withstanding the sold during our recent hi nket sale, the nricr set induce many housekeepers to invest whether in at present or not. fl3!f,Remember the goods were bought before vance in price of wool ai:d are owned by us fully cheaper than similiar qualities can be bought bv the state at present. Ye always trive our customers here is a striking instance. Blankets ! :: Blankets ! :: At 49c. 1 case 10-4 summer blankets, in grey and white, regular price 75c, this sale 4!e. At 98c. 25 pairs 11-4 wool blakets, regular price 1. '25, this sale 98c. At $1.39. 20 pairs 11-4 wool blankets, regular price 1.75, this sale 1.39. At 1.9S. 50 pairs 11-4 wool blankets, regular price 2.75. this sale 1.98. At 2.!8. 150 pairs 11-4 blankets, all wool, regular price 4, this sale 2.98 At :5.!s. 50 pair fine California wool blaukets. regular price 5.50, this sale 3.98. At? 4. 50. 25 pairs of extra fine California wool blankets, 6.00, this sale 4.50. At $I.K 25 pairs of extra tine California wool blankets, 6.50. this sale 4.98. At 5.98. 25 pairs of 1 1-4 wool blankets with fancy borders, regular price 7.50, this sale ".98. At ?t?.9S. 25 pairs of extra fine California wool blankets, regular price 9.00, this sale b.98. CURRAN'S W. F. York, Agent. Undertaking Parlors, 120 South Main Lady assistant with cnib. timer's diploma. No extra t hurye tor services. ( TV st Tel offl ... s K,tt Main NIGHT CALLS r. York is; N li Mhiii ( W. W. Leo:, i, ,1. 4 D ver WRI ING PAPER, PAD . TABLETS ard in faot eyerytbin in tht suiioci ry Una can be found J. H. HuMUs UndertakiliK iu all it branches. ST PATRICK'S i l.Oi'K llo r. M -in St Best Gilt Creamery E, 41-2 lbs Boston I'd 147 Sr We fc-v. ... city im1 . We hv. ., lor tferotiitii t '!.m' l r-tnte ID an uui i p Trl.pl.. I Hi! Prof C. A. n ry .I'irted l.v SCHOOL A FOR ) AH tlio n-iw fnnv ':hi ow i it k ilaiififi it f. ! Tr--(hr(Ml ' 'J ell l;:il - Ul t .luiK't'S u sjtn'i;il:y 1.. lo group a; I r. I l.YATOR. o o ' K . ii .A .4 2. manufacturer ral cases more great number on this lot will need of some the big ad 50 Dcr cent iny house in j the benefit of our deals and Blankets ! j regular pike regular price IS 018 Time To Get Ycur Flush and Sealskin Garments Repaired in Mew Styles. Come hofori the the rush, u or lull;! o't can a o lloiif t lu per. One lot of W. ight da Ladi, s' Li, b o ed ol.: CO Hi:;:; g o M M N ! K 1 1 T urprer - .11. ii.il. 1, t i i fi mes W.I. KM). en Pratte's u MAIN ST t Y 15 O K W. VI?" VKY IT -t l'i "t Si X u Y-rii ,N .ND Vl'EltlX I . XDEX E . ... . ot l iin.h.g VI i,,yMr till , . riel Ce etlHllirs Ul to Hogtr tits tb- b. si r.snlts with tue least xo't.ditiire IT. i , RUSSET Shoes. For the next ten days we will sell Men's Russet Shoes, as follows: Men's Hand Sew ed Yiei Kid Bals, for mer price 5.00, now 64.00. Men's hand Russia Bals, price 64.00, 63.00. sewed former now Men's hand sewed Kussia Bals former Price 62.50. 63.00, now iamom SMppy, 129 BANK STREET. New Store, New Goods AT 17 r South Main Street. Opened bv M. Ilolc.er.t'ormerlv at Soutli So Main. I shall sell in my new store i BOOTS and SHOES i at very low prices to make my customers used to the new .place. 177 So Main. Look for the i;loh liiht. M. MoSczer. ennetfs is the Place. V u all well k' ow the itinlit 4oil i of Rot't-rs' Knives.. F Siin, Ladlt-s, Be r and 1 11 y p "is, t'ie Hnd Ciike Km ver, Fruii IviilVCa dllii Nut Puks. MV PRICES: Kotjers' 1" s me.iium k ives, pi r -et 1 7;"i; ier ioz 3 50 r' Milul trek hirks. No J'2 h r s- ' 1 75: per dnz. 3 50 1' t- u s R i .er ' Tea p . n-, 1 On ! "he let Ki.er' Frail Knive.-., 1 35 ,1 th i oa. d- in the line .. a l"vc prices and th' be You cannot ;ifFrd to rur cti se on il yf" have seen m rut- ai d price . N tr. tilule t hi K'a:-; v.aii una sec f VOU M.1VCS. E. F. BENNETT, 145 Bank St. Jones' Portsmouth Ale, SchaefM's W ianer Bur, Splendid Se-t Cid. r. bottb d for family use and delivered to any part of the city J. W. Modson, Telephone 18 Exchange Place. Every Shot Tells. We have fired both barrels thi time. Our sale of Trousers at S3. 75 and $2.75 has been very sat isfactory to us, as well as pleasing to those in need of an extra pair to brighten up the old suit. The S3 75 kind are mostly designed for dress, though there are some quiet pat terns among them. Many of them have sold at $7 and 88. The S2.75 kind are for business and a guaran tee goes with every pair. A few of the 19.75 Suits remain and they are mostly in dark colors, suitable for fall wear. J. B. MULLINGS, 97, 99, 101 Bank St. You Always Pay For What You Get. BUT DO YOU ALWAYS ( GET WHAT Y.M.' J PAY FOB ? ( YOU DON'T fret what you ray for it you set line lor goons at regular urie-'S. ! VOU DON'T t;et what you nay for it you pay! for a quality you don't reeeiv . ! YOU DU.V net what ou pay for if you pay i an extravattant price. YOU DON'T et what you pay for if you help to swe 1 an exorbitant protlt. Whose fault is it if you d n't get what youpay i for. IT'S YOUR OWN FAULT. I BECAUSE you can always get your money i ','.1 f 1 . l ack to the last cent by trading with us. , anJ treated their patrons to a good after BKi'AUSE we guarantee the best for the i noon's tun. Mpivl'f--r- . . , ..I While there was no Labor day speech, BhiALsE wp guarantee the most for the .i. , . .. . .. , . J K. money. tne different gentlemen invited to address BECAUSE we cuarantee the very lowest i the audience not buug able to attend. Every one of these lacts goes to show that you ought to Trade With FINN. square deal for REMEMTSKR you ean Kt a r .un.i .lollar. KliMEJI HKK you ean eet a hi tow tliriiri. h grade for a liKMKMHK that you pay for what and set what you pay for at you eet E. J. Finn, 17 Exchange Place. Bargain Sale OF Pianos AND Organs. tor tne next teti ctuyR we will close on' Hi second bund Pianos from $25 upward and 8 Organs from $10 np It yon dou' want to pay cash don't be bashful, call an.1 aee n and we will give you credit Thi-s. instrument" must be sold to make rooir for our fall Ktook, which will arrive in An gust. Don't ujiss this opportunity of pnr chasing a Piano at less tbttii half its valu B.SHONINGER & Ci 175 B .NK STREET. WATtBBDBi. Conn. Notice. Having purchased the Eutire Stock cf Clonii Boot a Shoe Co, I will plc on Sale Tuesday, September 3rd. the Largest Stock Boots and Shoes Kver offered in Waterhnry, at the people's prices Every pair must be Bold iusid t thirty days to make room for my n. v Feill Stcck. R E. Colby. U-NO REMEDIES For sale by Watarbury Drng Co 131 Est Main S Riverside Pharmacy. 775 Bank S U NO Tonio 2o U-NO ointment 25o U-NO Oil 25o. U-No Worm Lozeoges25c U-NO Corn Cure 15o. JUDGE COWELL'S HOUR. A Half Irunken Man Makes a Scene at the New Enrrlaml lejot. Shortly after .'1 o'clock yesterday after noon Itaggage Master Charles .1. Hough of the New Kngland road not iced a mail trying-to board a luovini; freight train. He pulled the man awav, but he again attempted to board the train. Hough ajraiu pulled him awav when he tnru'cit ami struck him in the face and kicked him. The baggage master knocked him him down and' then placed him under arrest. All the way to the station the man fought and succeeded in t hrow 'nig Hough down. He was finally landed in the station. He gave the name of .lohn W elch, but this morning said his name was McCarthy. Attorney Carniodv ap peared for him. McCarthy said he had never been arrested before, lived on l'ond street and was drunk yesterday and diil not know w hat he w as doing. .Judge Cowcll said a man v. ho would en danger his life by attempting to board a moving train should be punished, but as it was his ti.-st offense, he let him oil' with lines of $5 and costs and so. .lames Yameli. I.ouis l'asctie. Kssima Nivelli, three Italians, were running things to suit themselves in lhookh n at midnight last night, w hen hllceis'Noo nau and liailoy took a hand in the Mule game, and the three were lodged in jail. Kach said he was a little drunk, and each was given the little tine of r-: and costs. .lames Moran, who lives in .lellrey alley, was drunk and disorderly at his home last night when his wife called O llicer Smith in, who arrested him. The otlieer said this morning that Moran was cursing and swearing when lie went in. The wife, with tears in her eye, said that lieu husband had drank up all his earnings for the past two weeks, t ut if he was lined she hail not a live cent piece to pay it. She was advised to see the selectman and Moran was sent down to New Haven for thirty days. Patrick Iteedy, who was sent to the almshouse yesterday for ten days for drunkenness, was released this morning on an order of Judge Cowcll. l!eedy:s sister had petitioned the court for his re lease. LABOR DAY PICNIC. His Crowtls Wit ness Iiitrestins Sport nl the M'cst Knd tirmnitls. Labor day was never so generally ob served in Waterbury as it was yesterday. Almost all the factories were closed and iu the afternoon there was scarcly a store iu the city don g basines-i. Thediy was ull that conld be desired for out door sports and between the different excursions and the picnic of the Central Labor Union on the West End grounds the town was almost deserted during the greater pi.rt of the day. The picnic drew a large ciowd and ..... .....,. ........l ..: still mere were plenty ot other exercises which were more agreeable to the bulk ot those present than an address by the most ! polished orator iu the country. There , duociog to tirst-class uiusio, an exciting ; bail ganie aud a rattling good wrestling , iiiatcn. j The ball game between the St Thomas cadets and the St Joseph's for a pur e ot $15 was the principal attraction tor the base ball cmuss. After a d-sperate i struggle it ended in a victory for the hitter by a score of 13 to V). J.iaics i'ox ump ired I the game. j lUt wrestling match between Hayes and Keatitig was an exeitiug affair and consid erable money change,) bands over it. Hayes won the first and tLird bouts anei was di -dared the winner Consideiing the great tt.rong that collt-cted at the ground tut-r. was practically no disorder ntid the con. mittee deservi' uiuoli cr. dit tr tae well ar -rsnged rd r ot t xercises It was cuui po.ed of th1 followiiig uie jiiiers : Jan. Fox. James Kolau. A li l'lixou. i) 1' Kelly, William Q:liun, J.-uu AI Cile Joseph Leflon. Wuii.m v lark at d J,.L: Unttomer liergiu furnished the mu .. and Prof Pole prompter llow Kelly Savetl the rianseuse. Accideuts have happened on thestaco. The skirts of ballot dancers have camcht fire, and the unhappy dan-euses have died from the effects. The story will not soon be forsot ten of .il:chael Kelly iu "Lodioska. " The lust scene repre sented a castle on fire, an, I the beautiful Mrs. Crouch, as the lVineess, was to be Fceu at a -window. The draft carried the flames toward her. and Kelly, see ing her danger, rushed up a stau'e bridge to save her, but the supports of this bridge had been removed prematurely hy the carpenter, and Kelly fell to the ground. "At the game time, " says Kelly iu his "Memoirs," "the fiery tower, in which was Mrs. Crouch, sunk down iu a blaze, with a violent crash. She ut tered a scream of terror. Providentially I was nor hurt by the fall, and can-hit: j; her iu my arms, scarcely knowing; what I was doins. 1 carried her to the front of the stage. The applause was loud and continued. In fact, had we rehearsed the scene as it happened, it coti'd not have been done half so naturally or pro duced so rrcat an effect. " It was not the escape w hich made this ineident memorable, but Kelly's bull. He was furious at the accident mid rushed at Kcmble, who was manager, shouting, "I might have been killed ni tirely, and who then who would have maintained me for the rest of my life?" (juod Words. Matrnilieence of Lowtlier Castle. Lowther castle, near Penrith, is one of the most impos ng mansions in the north. Its great terr.u n is nearly a mil s iu length and is carried a! -ng the brink of a steep cl;ll", which overlooks a part nf the park, w ith forest trees of im mense growth aud well replenished with deer. The park of the emperor of China, at Uehol, is called "the para lyse of 10,000 trees. " Lord Macartney, embassador to China, in one of his let tors says: "We wandered in it for sev eral hours, and yet were never weary of wandering, for certainly so rich, so varied, so beautiful, so sublime a pros pect our eyes had never beheld. " And thus concludes his description of the wonderful garden : "If any place can be said in any respect to have similar fea tures to the western park of Yau Shoo Yeen, it is at Lowthor. "Loudon News. OPENED BY THE MAYOR. VETERANS AND LADIES MEET THEIR FRIENDS IN CITY HALL. I lie Operiitiu' f the Fair of Wadhama , J'ost. ti. A. It., Success. Social and i'iuaucial The lair and entertainment of Wad hams' .om, ;. .v. I!., was auspiciously opened in ( i, v hall last ni-rlit and every ihin.e looks lii i.;!,t for a liiit social aiid linaiu ial sneeex. The hall iifver looked prettier and the different booths are in ehainf ol a eorps of attendants who are sure to he popular w ilh patrons. The allair started ,,ir will, these ladies in ehaijre: 1 lining; room, Mrs Dora Mun- , sou. Mrs .In, forner, Mrs Maria V hiii-man and Mi s Mary .laeksou ; eau- dy booth. Mrs Haiti.' Moulthrop. Mrs Laura Mann and Miss Annie Pierce; lemonade booth. John sevens, Michael t 'a anauuh and M. c. P.etison. Mrs M. , S. Morse had a grah ha-; which was j emptied in a few minutes. The Kelief ' corps have a booth of their own presided , over hy Mrs Lucy l'retieh.Miss Kva Meu ld. Mrs Mary .laeksou. K,ed Northrop ; has eliarev tf the tishin pond aud J. 11. Ihivis and (ieorg-e 1!. Klehs are iu char"e i of the ati rlmry !t;tm eompanv. " The music about the hall was' so exhilarating- that the members of the ei' g-ovormiieni refused to remain iu V respective chambers and pushe:' way into theh all after Mayor K. who entered leauiug- on the jinn mandcr W. K. t 'uiijlev.w Idle ;!:. can hand thrilled the nice; ! Hail to the ( 'hiet'." Setli. niaiuler t. . t'oruish ii:: may or in a happy speech a:, stonu of applause had cea . stepjied before the foolligh. "Veteran ot adhains p . ' gvntlomen : It gives me g;. to be here to-nig-ht in tlie ca: mayor of the city of Watorbu: . few words ou this occasion. V.. post is noted for its ability to lairs of this kind and it shoiihi ' I success. I hope that the peep!.- I terbiiry w ill re-iond gallant iy i ! call this time. If there is anv o; ;tiouinthis city that should co llie respect of 1 he people above a. il is Wadhauis' post. p meinb .1: sent men who have exposed t'lem-. ; to the dangers of war, risked their i tor t he welfare of their country and s; their blood that we might e:iio thai freedom Known only in these g'toi' ious I'niii'd Mates of America. Vie know that ; he In asitry of the post has been called upon lately by worthy brother, that ii is now nearly depleted and that liiis fair is to replenish it so that help can be given the aged and dis erepit soldier and comrade. 1 sincerely trusi thai 1 1 1 i - la-t call will be responded to in a most generous spirit and that next Saturday we shall find the treasury of the post abounding in wealth. I ask all ciiiens to be generous during every evening- of the fair and to open their pockets w ido. aud with these words I declare the lair formally open." The fair will be open from IS o'clock uii'.il ." for school children. The admis--i. ii fee will be ten cenis and the ticket w ill emit !e i he little ones to a plate of ice cream. To-night the AVarerbury Turn Verein will give an exhibition and the place is -lire he crowded to the doors. A DAPPER LITTLE WARRIOR. j Brave but Dumpy Old Lord Naltoun, th tlt-ru of Itousoiuout. In those long gone hy days brave old Lord Salfonn. the hero of Hougoniont, resided during the fishing season in tho mansion hoifce of Aucbinreath, on the high ground at the mouth of tho Glen of H 'thes. Deo itior;iim. some tivo and fvv'y years ago, my lather drove to breakfast with tho old lord, and took me w ith him. Not caring to send tho horses to the stable, he left me outside in the dog.avt wie-ii he entered tho house. As 1 waited, rather sulkily for I was very hungry there came out oa t i the doorsteps a very queer looking old person, short of figure, round as a ball, his head sunk between very high and rounded shoulders, and with short, stumpy legs. He was curiously attired iu u whole color "d suit of gray, a droll shaped jacket, tho great collar .f which reached far up the ba.-k of his head, surmounted by a pair of voluminous breeches, which suddenly tightened at tho knee. 1 imagined him to be tho butler iu iorniug deshabille, and when ho accosted me good uatured'y, asking to whom the dogcart and myself be longed, I answered him somewhat shortly, and then ingenuously suggested thai he would be doing me a kindly act if he would go and fetch me out a hunk of bread and meat, for 1 was enduring tenures of hunger. Then he swore, and that with vigor and llueucy. that it was a shame that I should have boon left outside, called a groom and bade me alight and como in doors w ith ha:i. 1 demurred I had got the paternal in.iuneiiou to remain with the horse and cart. "1 am master here !" exclaimed the eld peisou impetuously, and with fun her strong language he ex pressed his intent ion of rating my fa tl'er roundly for not having brought me ins.de along with himself. Then u ques tion oeeuried to me. and I ventured to a.-iv, "Are you Lord S.iltouu?" "Of course f am. " re.l. d the old frentlo-i-.ian. "Who the devil i lsi should I la V" Well, I did not l.ko lo avow what I felt, bin ia truth I was hugely disap pointed iu him, for 1 had just been reading Sibi rue's "Wateiloo," and to think that , 1 : : -- dumpy old fellow in the dufi'el jacket thai came up over his ears was tiie valiant, hero who had held Hotig'-iuoiit through cannon tiro and mfisk' ;iy tire, and hand to hand bayonet lighting h i the day of Waterloo, while tl.o post ho was U .ending was ablaze, and w no had actually killed Frenchmen with his nv.a go ul sword, was a severe disenchant menu Nineteenth Century. Lions, tigers and other rapacious ani mals resort 10 tho nests of the pelican to drink water, which they do without .my attempt to injure the little lledgo lings. Cincinnati Tribune. In Korea dog meat is regarded ns very wholesome food. It is said that the king, despite the protests of his foreign doctors, often indulges in it.