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WATERBTJRY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1895.
A lord to the lien. Are you still wearing light weight Underwear? It's a reckless thing to do in such a climate as ours. You'Ji be sorry some day, or more probably those you leave behind will, after pneumonia has done its fatal work. If you're only half willing we'll help you out with small prices. One case Men's All, Wool Shirts and Drawers, pure" medicated dye, ted, pearl buttons, extra heavy no shoddy, SI each. One case Men's Red Shirts and Drawers, all wool, extra heavy, taped, reinforced, made full size, nothing in the city to equal them at the price, S1.25 each. Men's Pure Australian Wool Shirts and Drawers, natural color, taped seams, reinforced and all the rest of it, at $1.17. They are Agawam goods and are I e.ter than we sold last year at SI. 50. Men's All Wool Camel's Hair Shirts and Drawers, soft as down and free from that irritating feeling so common, taped seams, pearl buttons and all improvements, at SI. 19 each, worth SI. 50. Boys's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers, sizes 24 to 34 inches, all at one price, 25 cents each, splen did value. BANK STREET. WATERBURY. IT iiJjl NOTICE. James M. Lynch will wait upon Dem ocrat subscribers who are in arrears and we trust and expect that subscribers will make his duties lijrht. Martin Scully, who has attended to the collec tions for several years, owing to his re portoriai duties is unable to attend to the collections. CITY NEWS. u MUHtlllg Guns. The Baker, Richards and other makes, single and double barrel, at almost all prices. Dr Bill" at the opera house this evening. Special forecast for Connecticut: Fair, wanner Wednesday morning. A meeting of the police commissioners will be held to-night, when estimates of expenses for the fiscal year will be made. St Cecilia's fair goes merrily on. The attractions for to-night are the Adams brothers, comedians and song and dance artists; 31 iss Minnie lienning, in solos, and others. Edmund Flannery, the fourteen months old child of Mr and Mrs Martin Flannery, 427 River street, died on Saturday. The funeral took place Sun day in ilartford. William, the seven years old son of Mr and Mrs John II. Calvin, G7 Washing ton street, died at 4:.'0 o'clock this morning. The funeral will take, place at 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon, with interment in St Joseph's cemetery. The physical culture class attached to the Catholic Women's association will be gin on Wednesday evening in the parish building on East Main street. Miss Sul livan will be present and all the members are requested to be present at the first lesson. "The Haymakers'' was presented at the opera house last night, before a well pleased audience, under the direction of Prof W. L. Elton. The chorus of over fifty voices was pretty well drilled, and everything passed olV smoothly. Some ot the solos and quartettes were excellent. Coroner Doten has announced that upon the 'evidence furnished him bv Medical Examiner Burke of Xorwalk he would order William West and John Nelson, who were arrested there last Friday on suspicion of being respon sible for the death of Joseph Bradley of this city held for further investiga tion. The coroner savs the inquiry will be thorough. The board of managers of the Union GIBSON-COOGAN. ffnnlin TVnMrsri4inrv TlfvlAn Rescue mission met last night and elected uarnn Keraias i Hies v!'-----!--.v-- & w v luenr, v. jseneuiet; vice president, Mrs R. A. Nichols; secretary, the mmimition. Popular Church Organist al Well Known Society Man Wedded. There was a large audience at St Pat rick's church at 10 o'clock this morning to witness the marriage of Miss Bridget Elizabeth Coogan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Coogan, 3i Washington street, and George A. Gibson of t3 XorthMain street, a prominent member! of the Rose Hill Social club and treasurer of Court Linden, F of A. It was a brilliant affair and those who were pres ent will be slow to forget the occasion. The bridal party entered the church to the cheerful strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, which was beautifully rendered bv Mrs Lueieu Wolff, organist of the Sacred Heart church, assisted by Professor llallam. Miss Katherine Cecilia Coogan, sister off he bride, was maul ot honor and Cornelius J. Gibson, brother of the groom, was best man. The bride was gowned in a costume of silver silk, trimmed with pearl passementerie. She carried a bouquet of pink roses with headdress to match. The maid of honor was attired in steel blue silk, trimmed with cashmere velvet and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and wreath to match. The ushers were Eugene J. Mc Carthy and James Donnelly, jr.' The ceremony was performed by the pastor. Rev John 11. Duggan. Immediately af ter the ceremony ji reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, where many relatives and friends were enter tained. The young couple left on an af ternoon train for a wedding tour to Phil adelphia. The presents were numer ous and very valuable. The groom's gift to the bride was a beautiful soli taire diamond ring and to the maid of honor, a handsome diamond brooch. The bride has been organist at St Pat rick's church for the"' past seven years and the choir remembered her w ith a solid silver tea service. The junior choir contributed a pretty lemonade set and two etchings. A dinner set was the offering of the bride's sisters, and a piano and a chamber suit were received from the bride's father and mother, and her brother, P. J. Coogan, gave a sideboard. As a token of esteem for their fellow member, the Rose Hill Social club pre sented a handsome secretary. Mr and Mrs Gibson 'will reside at 537 North Main street. THE YEAR'S WORK, Shells and cartridges, shooting coats, vests, belts, leggins and caps. I carry the finest line of sporting goods in the city. P. J. BOLAN, 90 and 94 Bank Street. flow s Your jiintie : memoers ox tue executive com mittee, the Rev W. J. White, Mrs G. O. Robbius, Mrs K. II. Simons, the Rev R. A. Nichols and E. S. Robbius; music committee, Mrs F. II. Rlake, Mrs A. C. Peck and Mrs J. II. Lipp. Thomas Moran, superintendent of the almshouse, says that the public is in debted to him for the new train now running between here and Middletown and wants all the papers to refer to it as the "Moran speeial express." For years, he says, the town has suffered serious inconvenience in getting patients to the retreat for the insane, owing to the miserable railroad accommodations and finally he opened a correspondence with the managers of the road on the uecessity of .better accommodation be tween here and Middletown, with the result that now you can go to Middleton any day and get back in a few hours. The Durango (Col) Herald devotes three columns to the obituary of Daniel J. Blackburn, brother of Mrs Willian Dinneen of this city, w ho recently died in that place. The funeral was the largest ever seen in Durango, business being suspended from 9 o'clock in the morning until noon on Monday, Octo ber If, the day of the funeral. The mayor, members of the city government and hundreds of prominent citizens of all creeds and nationalities, attended the services, which were held in St Colum bia church. A touching eulogy was de livered by the Rev Father Morrin, and an elaborate musical programme was rendered. The remains were interred in Greenmout cemetery. Mr Blackburn went to Durango from Bristol in 185. He was manager of the San Juan Coal Mining Co and was a director of South western Telephone Co. He had many We are enjoying the largest fronds in this city. A wife and live i eiiuureu Mii vive. rmsinpss in nnv pvnpriPTipp . . - .iosuu;uufu, agendo, OWlllg partly to the large Stock employed by Randolph & and low prices we have put on ?ead ?11.Bnuk front of Stephen f. LoAve s harness shop about S o clock last evening. He Avas talking Avith Thomas j. ones oi iiaAVKins street, Avneu lie Aas overcome and fell to the sidewalk. He Avas carried into the office of Dr Lus- comb, 173 Bank street, but life vras ex tinct. Medical Examiner Graves pro nounced death due to heart failure, and ordered the remains removed to Bergin Thomas S. Bowen.fhe man's 10 year old son, had an engage ment to meet his father at the corner of Grand and Bank streets at 8 o'clock. Almost too Busy To say anything this week so will simply state that our Millinery Department. Has not lost any of its attractive features the stock always being kept complete in every detail the goods always being the roost desirable and the prices always being the lowest, and it is because o these facts that we aro kept busy the entire season. I. CHASE, Exchange Place. SKIDMORE & J iszxcP xjfcs Fin mm r n y 49 to 53 South Main Street. TELEPHONE 154-12. Dry Goods At Less Than Manufacturers' Prices. Housekeepers' Department. mm -1 Foot Ball Goods Everything in the Foot Ball line. Spe cial prices to clubs. and examine ,W Cal1 - v! ' line. D. B. Wilson's 13, 15, 17 East Main SSt. in Underwear ? i. a coremaker CloAA'es, fell Annual Keport of the Officers of tlie Y. 31. C. A. At the adjourned annual meeting of the 1 . M. C. A. lat night the reports ot Treasurer E. J. Steer and ex-General Secretary E. X. Folsoin Ave re read and approved. Mr Folsom's report showed that the avernjre attendance at the men's Sunday meetings was 78?.,' : requests for prayer 18. The total number of pupils enrolled in the yarious classes Avas 70. There Avere 120 lessons given, the sub jects taught comprising penmanship, bookkeeping, shorthand, mechanical drawing and algebra. The classification of the students was as follows : Clerks 10, students 8, mechanics 29, general traeesmen 21, not st ated 4. The number of applications received for educational during the season Avas 75, but not all en tered the classes. In the physical de partment the average attendance of seniors was 33, of men's classes 12 ; of juniors o; oi boys 21). Average ot all 2o. Examinations 129. Mr Bates, the state secretary and Mr Folsom spent about two weeks last .sum mer in making a canvass for funds.' The found many people away from tOAvn but succeeding in securing pledges to be paid before the close of the fiscal year of nearly SI ,000. About S300 of this amount, however, remains unpaid. The rooms in the building were occupied practically the Avhole of the year, occas ional vacancies being noted and then only for a brief time. The income from rooms averaged a'. out $37.59 per week. The directors also held a meeting and appointed Charles M. Brownell of lto ehester, X. Y. assistant secretary of the association and K. Fairbanks of St Jolmsbury, Vt., ollice secretary. 8 Miller & Peck Go. Look Before You Buy And you will learn that we sell DHY GOODS at less price than elsewhere. ALE WOOL AND SILK PLaIDS in foreian and domestic make. We have a large line just now and will sell them at old Drices while thev last. Look in north window. FANCY SILKS. We have added to our already large cfnffe a vflriptv of rich novelties. The most advanced idea from Paris and Lon don. GABMENTS. We opnted this morning some jackets that will surprise you AT U 43. Black and blue boucle jackets, mandolin sleeves, ripple back and storm collar AT $4 98. P.tftrV bnnola iackets. half silk, lined melon sleeve AT $7 98. Fancy boucle jackets, storm collar, extra large sleeve. Don't miss this last as they will open your eyes to what you pay else where. WAISTS. A great assortment in plaids and plain cloths, new designs and patterns. SHEETS AND TILLOW CASES. Heady mad jest as good as if made at home and much cheaper. Try them. WINTER SKIRTS. You must see them to appreciate them in sateen and wool. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Our buyer says he is in it all time with up date goods and prices. LADIES' ARTICLES, puch as gloves, feather boas, "lace, etc, etc, in great profusion. ) 100 dozen Honeycomb To els, good, large water soakers, cents each. Cheap at double the price. 100 dozen Honeycomb Towels, the largest Towel ever sold for the price, 53 by 27 h inches, at - QXA cents. Cheap at 12c. 150 dozen of Oatmeal Towels, splendid. heavy, all linen goods; and 80 dczen of fine, large llnckabuck, all linen Towels: and f0 doz-n all linen knotted fringe Towels; and 90 dozn of extra large Turk ish bath Towels, as a grand lecder. 12 cents. Two cases of splendid, heaAry 10-i Crochet Quilts, at . 64 cents. The best value in Waterbury. of 100 dozen Quilts, at much better Crochet All hemmed, ready for use. at $1. 74 cents. Usually sold 100 dozen very heavy quality, hand some patterns, crochet quilts, hemmed, ready tor use, at 98 cents. Cheap at $1 25. f.O dozen of Unbleached Sheets, 72x90 inches, hemmed, ready for use, at 38 cents. 25 dozen of Unbleached ' Sheets, 90x90 inches, hemmed, ready for use, at 49 cents. Less than the Cotton costs by the yard. 50 dozen of extra good bleached Sheet3, 81x90. hemmed, ready for use, at 43 cents. 50 dczen of good Pillow Slips, at 6, 8, 10 and 12c. All ready for use. Tfce material cost more than price of the article complete. 1,00 pairs of white, gray and other col ored Blankets, purchased previous to the ris9 in raw material, that we are offering at nominal advances on cost. Prices rang irg from 50c per pair to $8 50. Many of them cannot be duplic .ted by the case at prices we are offering them for. amc Our New Stock Of Fall, Shoes at fallen prices attracts the purchasing public. And why shouldn't they For our shoes Are the Best, Styles tiie Latest, Prices the Lowest. Our children's Indestructible School Shoes are money savers. The Miller k Peck Co MONITOR'S HOUSE TO BE SOLD. these goods. A few prices will give yon a hint oi the way we sell it. One case of white wool un- 1 Til aerwear, nas tiie appearance and feel of 1.00 goods, price 4bc. 2 cases Derby ribbed under wear, Colors, blue, silver, gray Bowen had been in poor health since last nnH hrnwn- frond vnliift sit lrr.. winter, ue nas been m this country . 0 7 ' about eiiit years and leaves a wife-and price 4oC. two daughters in Swansea, Wales. The 9 pn?p! nf AVvifrri'si VinltL remains were to-day removed to the -' , . residence oi a sister of the deceased, unaerwear, colors, natural ana Mrs Thomas Davis, on Buck's hill. The cream. IOOd value at S1.00J fral will take place Thursday after- price 75 c. Wright's health underwear, all wool, neece lined, m two colors, very light weight, price 1.48. 2 cases of Australian under wear, natural colors, all wool and should sell for 1.25. price 98c. 1 case Glastonbury under wear, camels hair color, value 1.25, price 98c. noon. At the meetimr of the finance com- I 'J iorps mittee last niht, the matter of paving John W. Gall'ney & Co $2,900 whiehwas -withheld by the city on account of fail ure to complete the dam within the spec ified time, and S70 to the Abbott Brothers, withheld for the same reason came up for discussion. Each contractor signed a waiver stating that the pay ment of this money would not in any way effect the conditions of the contract. The mayor and Alderman Kiefer be lieved that these men should be held to their agreement with the city, but Alderman Cross, Begnal and ilalpin thought the water committee were the best judges of these matters aud they signed the bills. When the documents were pushed iu front of Mr Kiefer he shook his head and said he should pre fer not to sign such bills. He thought the men signed them iu good faith and with a full knowledge of what would be expected of them and he did not see why the city should deviate from the terms of its contract to please auyoue. Fire ISoartl Recommends Appropriations of $?'2;,000 and Votes For a House at tle ?fortl End. At the meeting of the fire board last night Commissioner James I origan moved that au appropriation of $22000 be recommended to meet the current ex penses of the department for next year and that the board be authorized to sell No .Ts house on Bank street and the lot on Burton street, and it was so voted. It w as also voted to recommend to the court of common council that the. sum of $10,000 be appropriated for..the pur pose of purchasing a suitable site and the construction of an engine house in the north end of the city. 31 r Ilorigan said he thought that the time had come when a hose wagon, a pair of horses, a permanent driver and hoseman should be placed at Xo -t's house. He stated that some of the re cent fires which occurred in that section showed the need of doing something in this direction, lie went on to show that several large lactones are situated in that territory and with the 'proper way of reaching them the company could render valuableBserviees in case of fire. ..!. ! I'll ! It m . a 1 lie piace is imiy, ue saiu, "ana it is quite a dmteult thing lor a lew men to make much headway pulling COO feet of hose after them."' He thought the place was large enougn to warrant, the extra expense. The, matter was referred to a committee consisting ot Chief Snagg and Commissioner Ilorigan with inst ruc tions to report estimates at the next meeting. -Hie appropriation for last year was 17,000. Carpet Clearing Sale. The follow ioe reductions from our always low prices knocks profit sky high: Bst quality extra velvets, beautiful borders to match, 15 ana cents per yard reduction. Best quality, new juoqueues wua Dor- ders, formerly sold at si.uu, nave a iuo, 20c and 30c per yard redaction. Our 25c Ingrains reduced from 25e to 15c per yard. 1 piecs, extra nne isag uarpei, iuo per yard reduction. Fine lirusn Mats, worm i.zo. ior ooo each. 50c and 75c Hassocks, going for 39o. The reduction of 50 per cent makes our big stock of Wall Papers at exactly halt price. The L. F. Haass coi Carpets, window Shades. Laee curtains, otc. lOO TO 103 UEASD DIEEET. LUCY & HTZG-EEALD, Shoe Distributers. 116 State Street, New London, Conn, 8S Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn Follow the Crowd , ind it will always take you to the BIG STORE of the I he Boston Furniture Co. "When you are looking for goods in our line. . Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Stoves, Ranges and everything to furnish the home complete, all at lowest prices. fl;, GOODS Made to Last, Made to Please the Eye, Original in Design, Coratleto in Finish, Choice in Conception, Characteristic in Style UNDERTAKING Department. There are no funerals so rich or elaborate that the proper furnishings cannot be found here, and none so humble that we cannot meet their economical requirements. Boston F u r n itu re 111 South Main Street. MAMMOTH HOUSE FURNISHERS AND FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS. jg3 Cash or easy terms of payment. Co., as lie Van- Winkle M. BERGIN &-8.0NS. Undertakers And Funeral Directors. The best equipped house ia New Eng land, with everything of the most modern type for the business. Hacks and Hearses of the best and everything contained in the one building. Gor So Main Zi Scotfill Sts. AMUSEMENTS. Clothiers, Hatters & Fursisbers, 96-98 BANK ST Ex-GoTcnor Ames Dead. North Easton, Oct 22. Oliver Ames died early after a long illness. Ex-Governor this morning "Lost in New York." "Lost in Xew York" will be presented at the opera liouso on ednesdav even in. It is one of the cleverest of all the sensational plays, and is happily free from the blood and thunder and' "clap trap" that spoils manv plavs of this kind. The story is charming and full of heart interest, and written in the. best style of the well-known American dra z -1 r . . . 1 i i uiiiiiM, jii j-.l-uu;uu v iaver, who uas written many successful plavs. The special scenery which, bv the wav tHll all be used here, is said to be verv rt-;!i!3 tic and beautiful. The river of real water, said to cymtain 00,000 gallons of flowing water, s full rigged yacht, and a genuine steamboat, are a fev of the me chntiienl effects uroduce1. When he retired Tuesday evening after a hearty supper from the Oddfellows bill of fare and as he drifted into dreamland, it Beemed as if everything vsas bunting, three links and Oddfellovrs. The three links seemed to rise from all quarters and keep growing larger and larger, until each Iidk was a little mountain of itselr, and Oddfel lows were inside, outside and on all sides of these links, and there was millions of them All at once another link was added Then I saw an angel sitting on the grand stand, a lamb on one tade and a bundle of barbed wire on the other. His appearance showed bim to be a member of the order. 1 inquired what caused the change in the emblem of the order from three to four links and what do the links mean? He answered the three links means the three greatest presidents the country ever had, and the fourth link will be added in 1806, and they will read as follows : Washington, Lincoln, Grant and McKinley. This suited Kelly, and he was overjoyed, and through an effort woke early in the morn ing to cut down the prioe of snear 6 cents h hun'dredand to Bell Pillsbury XXXX best flour for 4 25, if you will give his man an empty barrel, and to make molasses candy that will not stick to the teeth. Kelly the Baker. Telephone. bulance on call. night clerk. Am- p EP EP urner I Co "low Is Hie Time TO BUT Hugenfs Bed Bug Killer .IT'SA SURE KILLER. Ntigent's Roach Exterminator "We will guarantee or refund vour money. ' Any physician's Prescriptions accurately com pounded at the lowest prices in the city. Ilugent's Pharmacy, Cor So Main and ScotUI Sts. John P. Fxxon, Up" We Want to Trade Our Goods for Your Dollars. Visit our stora often, but what seems reasonable or not at all. In every case don't keep anything not satisfactory. This cold snap will appeal to your feelings and our prices to your pockets. What better combine could there be? For To-morrow: Best 30 inch wide indigo Saxony cloth, at Good dark prints, at 30. Good apron ginghams, at 3Jo. Good 15 inch pillow case muslin, at 7Jc. Fine Berkeley cambric, about the same as Lonsdale, at 7c. 9-4 brown sheeting, at 12c. Twilled dish and hand" toweling, at 3?c Linen table damask, at 12c. Fine blrached table damask, at 25c. Extra two-toned turkey red table dam- asi in sucrt ienuis irom owo xo tioo. Our 3i?a Turkey red table damask, to morrow at 2Gc. '. ISo lining silesia', at 12Xc. Hundreds of like values in every depart ment. SOME DRESS VALUES The new beautitul - goodsi are delighting and our prices this week will be genuine surprises. 10 pieccs'3" inch all wool black novel ties, tbe usual price of which is 49c, at 35c. 12 pieces 45 inch all wool high grada black noveltit-fe, mohair effects, were 59c, at 49c A good assortment of high grade $1 00 black novelties 4S inches at 75o for this week. ' A beautiful 24 inch dead luster Rrograin silk worth M 00 that's our regular price at 89c. f Alotoffl 21 plaid filks and such pat terns w 4S vou onry yc- 7 colorings of 4S inch all wool west of England j cloth tor ta;!or made suits, we dcuVlikje to fay wLat it is wcrth, you might not believe us', at 39o. 100 dinerent patterns of high grade all wop 1 iioyltis at 49c, not one but what ia worth more money. E. . Turner & Go.