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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1805.
TRIAL1 OF SPADOLA. WITNESSES FOR THE DEFENSE PRETTY WELL POSTED. All Efforts to Shake Tlwir Testimony Meet WItU IJttlo Success Kvltloiice All In. and Arguments licgun ftt 3 O'Clobk. "When superior court opened to-day Spadola was :a"m put on the stand. His testimony, trliicli was not shaken by cross-exainin: t an, was substantially its' follows: He lel't his house about 4 o'clock on-the afternoon in question and went to his brother's place on Chat Hold avenue. His brother's wife was sick and he remained with iter for an hour or so. He then went to hunt up one of his brother's children. went to Meadow street, and in pchiavone's saloon met tender, who . asked have a drink. lie went in front of the bar him to and had a beer. Errico came from the closet, spoke to him and then Frank Vcrrastro said : "Hollow brother-in-law,"' and they all started to drink. Errico began to sing. After having a few drinks Errico bade them good night and went out. He re mained there ilteen or twenty mtnutes after Errico had left', when Fasquale Frankanjrelo came from his brother. with a message that his brother wanted him. Witness, Frank Yerrastro and the messenger went to his brother's. The latter told him that there were some friends of his up stairs hnd lie went up and found the Italian professor and several other Italians, lie remained there until 11 :15, when the others had gone. He started for home and found Vito MantYedi awaiting him, who said that Errico had been shot and he, Spadola, was accused of the crime. Waited there until the ollicers came, who arrested him. He denied that Errico caught hold of hijn when he was brought to Ins bedside. He said the ollicers pulled him away and would not let him talk to Errico. Francisco Yerrastro then took the 3tand. The testimony of Yerrastro was a corroboration of that given by Spadola. Even the state could not break it down. Pasquale Frankungelo, who is better kr.o.vn as Frank Williams, also co.-;obor-atod the story of the accused. Williams admitted that he had served one year in (ail for assault with intent to kill. Donato 3Ieo was the next witness. His testimony was given in English and was strongly in favor of the accused. The state tried to shake it but could not. Louis Yitello, bartender for Schiavone, was also unshakable in his' testimony foi the accused. Antonio Eochichio, bartender at H7 fcrook street for Frank Kiehetti, told oi aieeting Spadola on Bank street and tell ing him that the police were looking for him. Spadola told him he knew nothing about the ease. Martirano DelJonis, a tailor, corrob orated Aleo's tcstimonv with the excep tion of stating that it was 11 o'clock When they left Spadola's saloon. E. L. 'JM.alor.ev, reporter on the Demo crat, testified that Special Ollicer Fiorr and Detective Egau had testified in tin lower court that Errico had told than. Liat he heard Donato .Moo's voice in the vicinity when he was shot. The Demo crat of September 5 was exhibited, whiah related the details of the trial. When the court reopened at 2 o'clock Nicola Spadola, brother of the accused, testified to the fact relating to his salooii and his brother presence. Judge Wheelei asked some questions and they were an swered without hesitation. This closed the evidence for the defei After a consultation with Prosecutor Webster, Xicola Spadola was recalled to the stand and again did the state at torney try to catch him by asking him how-long Yerrastro remained in the saloon before he went up stairs. Tlu witness replied that he did not know and that is all they could get out of him. Chief Egau was called iu rebuttal and said Yerrastro testified in the lower court, that lie and Spadola drank in Spadola's saloon up to 10:o0 o'clock. Attorney O'Xeill confronted him with the cvi lence taken by his stenographer in ti e lower court which said that Ver raHro had mentioned no hour, but had remained a little while and then went Lome. Here Judge Wheer inquired as to the distance from Meadow street to the po lice station and the maps 1'rv, i the en gineer's ofnee were sent 'for. One map was procured which will be taken into tho jury i-qom. The arguments started at live minutes before three. It has case on both sides. been a well fought FatlielvEuccj-. There are few clergymen or priests in this city who have the wide acquaint ance and influence of Father Ducey of St. Leo's Roman Catholic church. .Father Daeey's influence is by no moans limited to persons of his own faiti?. A friend recently told rr.c a story illus trating the priest's met beds. According to my friend, Father Daccy entered Delnionico's c-ifo on a night not long ago and walking up to a party or wealthy gentleman seated at ens of tho tables raid : "I have just come from a visit to a family, one member cf which is at the point cf death. The family is estitnto. I want 100 from yon gentle fcien. " In a mora cut each member cf tho party had handed tho priest a bauk rtofo, and he walked cut with tho $100, which ho tool:, although it was almost midnight, directly to tho aEieted fam ily. Kct ons of tho t.:n who contrib uted tho money was e Catholic. Now YorkWorkl. Tfco Is oss Slorros cf nor.tuc.Iry. Ihcre is rra awfal warning to thoso parents who ccntinua to name children alter their relatives. Up in Knott coun ty, on Candy creek, tho practice has been oarridd to an excess, and the result is that the Sloan family numbers among its members tho following : Big Isom Sloan, Hard s Isom, Son's Isom, Isom's "Isom, Jailer Isom, Sorrel Head Isom, Jim's Isom, Little Isom, Andy's Iscrn, Summ's I.oin, J i mho's Isom, Big Isom's Isom and .Sorrel Head Isom's Isom. Louisville Pest. Identical With the BiMe. A Babylonian tablet in the British museum which has been deciphered has an account of tho death of King Senna cherib almost identical with that in the Bible (II Kings, xix, 87). Philadelphia Eeccrrt. 1 BROOKLYN BRIEFS. -Work on the Bank street sewer from Fifth street 140 feet northerly has been commenced and will be pushed through with dispatch. Almost every man in this section, who has a cabbage plot, has his gun loaded for to-night, and young people, who contemplate carrying out Hal lowe'en pranks, should" be cautious of their movements, for several people, whose gardens were robbed last year, are preparing to give all intruders a warm reception. The hearing on the proposed exten sion of Bank street, southcrlv, which is set dovn for Xovenlber G, wifl be an im portant session. People in that section are deeply interested in this matter, for the course of the street will have much to do with the future success of that part of the town. The abutting prop erty owners are: Messrs Welton, llori gan and Geddcs. Stays. A Paris correspondent writes : "I hare fately seen somo stays made of a special kind of satin, called 'satin dresse,' whereby a lining is avoided. The ma terial is black on end sido and blue on the other, or pink on one side and white Dn the ether, and so cn. Stays of batiste, with handmade elastic sides oi the same stuff, are a specialty just now. Stays for equestrians and cyclists ars made very small at tho hips and very ?hort. "I havo seen some very elegant corsets with hooks and clasps of gold and trim med with precious stones. One of them, made for Mile. Demarsy cf the Gym nase, was in pink batiste, trimmed with real Valenciennes lace and ahook cf gold and sapphires. JImo. Marcel told me that tho tendency at the present mo ment 13 toward very short corsets, al though, in her opinion, they aro hotter for the health made long. "Another novelty in this honso is the Greek brassiere, with a firm and snppla silk hook, to bo worn at uighfc or under a dressing gown. It is kept in placo over tho shoulders and at tho bottom by a strip of satin, with elastic couliuing it finder the chest. " Kew Uouae Dec oral ion. An art decorator of London tells of a new method of decorating houses, which 33 most unique A material has been discovered combined with a process, v,i "b is the inventor's secret, for com l'l.: y hardening, and, so to speak, pet rifying natural flowers, and, what is more wonderful, preserving their colors, and imbedding them flush into tho sur face of a kind of liquid marble, or ala baster, the whole receiving several coat ings cf a transparent polishing sub stance, and drying hard as a rock. Some dadoes and friezes in a new house were rnade by this method, with sunflowers, peonies and dahlias, and aro said to be very handsomo. The London residence of one of cur countrymen, whoso iden tity is concealed by tho description "a wealthy American gentleman," has the conservatory fleer studded by this now process with chrysanthemums cf overy known variety and color. Another floor is a deep water effect, .with white lilies and with minnows swimming below a transparent surface. The treatment is beautfully applied, it is said, to table tops and small panels for decorative pur poses. Fastening the Ealy'a Uress. Just now it is tho fashion to fasten babies' dress in tho back with three tiny gold or silver safety pins linked to gether with a fine chain, writes Eza beth Robinson Scovil in The Ladies' Homo Journal. They save making the bnttnboles?, of which a double number is required if studs are used. Tho pret tiest studs for this purpose are those shaped like a heart. They are made in both gold and silver. Handsome shirt studs can be utilized for the baby by having them fastened together by a del- icate chain mb pins are also cf gold or silver, plain, engraved with the baby's initial, monogram or crest, and set with pearls or turquoise. It is worth whila to get especially pretty ones for little girls, as they can wear them later in their dresses. Some mothers use a pair ci simuar pins, rather smaller inU fiizn. tn fasten tho 1-ijh nii the ehrmllreT ' of similar runs, rather smaller in Before this protector is worn the bib pin can bo put in tho yoke cf tho slip and tho others used to catch up the sleeves. 1 J V.'ATEKKUKY,' Sealed proposals for the construction of sewers and appurtenances through private property from tho intersection of Vine street and Wood street to the inter section of Pound Hill and Ward street to Farm street, will be received by the Hoard of Sewer Commissioners, at the Mayors office. City hall, until 8 o'clock p. m. of ike oth day of November, 18t)5, at which hour, or as soon thereafter as practicable, they will be publicly opened riid read. An approximate estimate of some of the principal items is as follows : E(;t)S lin ft of 15 inch vitrified-pipe sewer, of which 730 lin ft is to be laid in tunnel, driven through rock. j 4'i") lin ft of 8 iu vitrilrcd pipe sewer. 7 manholes. Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified check for $500, to be re tained by the city in case of the failure of the "bidder to execute a contract within the specified time if the contract be awarded to bin:. The amount of the bond for the faith ful execution of the contract w.ll be 85,000. Plans and specifications may be seen and blank forms of proposal and bond, with all available information, may be obtained by intending bidders applying iu person a"t the otilce of the dy'Engi neer. The boar " reserves t? j right to reject any or all bids. liy order of the board, 11. A. Cairns City Engineer, Waterbury, Ccnn., Oct 15, ISi'D. Take All. In nil probability an action for the dissolution cf the firm of Giesselheim & Schnitzwasscr will soon be filed in tho superior court. For some time Mr. Schnitzwasscr has not been satisfied with the profits of tho business, and he was led to suspect that Mr. Giesselheim was knocking down and dragging out the contents of the till. Ho set fo work to detect his partner, and, by; stealthily counting the cash before anfi-after taking, he soon verified his suspicions. Yesterday morning Mr. Schnitzwasser counted the money in tho till as soon as ho opened tho store, and found it .on tained about $40. A few minutes later Mr. Giesselheim entered, opened the drawer and took sorao coin, with tho remark : . "I'm going out to get a shave." Mr. Schnitzwasscr dashed to the till, counted tho money and found that his partner had taken about $25. "Hey, Giesselheim!" he shouted. "You'd better ccmo back and tako the rest and get a hair cut. " San Francis co Pest. No Case For Alarm. Mrs. Slimson I am getting a little anxious about Maude. Hero it is almost supper timo and she has beeu in the parlor all tho afternoon with that young man. Willie She's all right, mamma. I heard him asking her to bo his half an hour ago. YorJ-; JJerald. Wants, For Sale, To Rent. TTO M SALE Pal ion. at a bargain. Vvilh or without new license. Inquiro Brcnnan Brothers. 3 10 W'afihiuyton avenue. TPOR BENT Furnished 917 South Main street. rooms. Apply at TT'OB PALB. A good paying restaurant at as Scoviil street. Apply to J. F. Luuny, T7OB SALE. Good work horse. Also set of truck harness, Trial given. Apply at 51 StouiL Biverside street. IPO BETST'. One Tenement of five "ro'.ms. One cf four 'ft'oms. Inquire of Owen cods, E6 School street. CTOIt SALE The property en Spring and ' Scovill streets with frontage ot ll5Jt feet n Seovill and as feet cn Spring, The owner txill sell at sacrifice on account of poor health, "Vr particulars inquire of Uwen Woods, 66 fUP.ISlS! . BOOMS to rent Aocommoda tiocs f r trncsients. at No 31 Jefferson s'reet. Mrs Place, proprietor. Wanted Stove Repairing of All Kinds. Or we w ill take ycur Old Stoves in ex change for a new one. We carry the argest line of Ranges and Tarlcr Heaters in the city. SXCHANGE FURNITURE CO. BLUE FRONT. 23-27 ABBOTT AVENUE Four Years In ore l r Knoinnps In entering upon thi3 exciting contest for fall and winter trade wo ehall not en gage in any wordy warfare, or rescrttoany iiassic lit? ratoro. Ve have dona better; We have put cash, qnility and style' into tte clothing, electricity into the prices, quare dealing into cur conduct, polite ,ess, civility and truthfulness into the alesmen; these facts, together with an Tin beaten record for keeping the brightest itd the best, and with the confidence of the people already established in our avor, we are bcuud to wiD the victory, reap the reward and rt oivo the praise of t ests of delighted clothing buyer3. Oar standard bhek Cheviot suit?, all wool and warranted fat blick, tor rasn, at 7 0, and boys at C 00. are suits tbat you sea advertised at 10 03 by othsr bor.s3. Our men's, standard blaclj beaver Over coats, you might have heard of them, i'rice 7 50, are good value at 10 CO. One of the great fcargiics we have ig a heavy fcltck rough Chfcvict suits, double it d sinplo bn at, thp riniar p.tica on this nit is 10 00, our price is 10 00. Large sales and low prices sweep through our boys' de partment. Come in and hear the hum of voices saying: x will take that suit, it looks so well and ;s one dollar cheaper than at any other store. It is not only our suits that we are selling cheaper, but bur overcoats at $1.50, 1.75, 2.00, $2.50, $3.00, 3.50. 4.00, 4.50,95.00. On Caps at 25c, 45c, 75. On Gloves at 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c. On short pants at 25c, 47c. 72c and 95c. Tii8 Fresdom of tha House to You Ttie Progressive Clothiers . Fourth Year. Py .41., liO llllllS b 0 V S Ea 0. Kilduff If Oo Conlon Bres. Nev Shopping Mart. 112-144-116-118 So Main St. Hear entrance 147 Bank St Opposite Waterbury National Batik The deal having been closed with the receiver of the Fidelity Shoe Co, for their entire stock, which comprises everything modern and up to date and a vas quantity are strictly hand sewed, custom made good, we will place all on sale at our Water bury store, FRIDAY, Oct 1st, at prices nevrr before heard of in the Shoe business for such superior goods. Ladies' Shoes. Ladies fine fcid burton shoes, Fidelity wholesale price 1 25, our price s 72o Lioies fine dongohi kid button shoes, Fidelity piice 1 50, cur price 95o Ladies super tine dongola kid button . shoes, razor, cptra, Picadilly, com mon sense toe, plain and patent top, Fidelity price 1 75. cur price 1 15 Ladies fine dccgola hid button and lace stoss, razor, Tic, Paris and common eense plain and patent toe, Fidelity price 2 00, our price 1 45 Lndif s dongola kid button, hand sewed welt shoes. Fidelity price 2 50, our price 1 80 Ladies fine French feid button and lace shoes, razor, Fie, Paris and common sense toes, plain and pat ent tip, Fidelity price 2 75, our price 2 00 L'ulies' fine French kid, button and f lace Ehoes, latest style toes, Fidel ity's price 3 25, our price 2 59 Ladies fine French Lid, button and laca shoes, cloth top. latest styles, Trilby, Hazor and Common Sense toes, fcani sewed weli) F"elity's price 4 00, our trice 2 93 Lndiea finest French kid, hand sewed and turned, latest Trilhy and mod ern toes, Fidelity's price 4 50, our price 3 CO Ladies' extra fine French kid, buttoD, hand sewed and turned ehoes, all style toe?, STRICTLY CUSTOM MADE, Fidelity's price 5 50, our price 4 00 Men's heavy working shoes, Fidelity's piice 1 00, our price G5c Men's American calf lace shoes, Fid elity's 1 50, our price G9c Men's American calf shoes, all sizes, Fidelity's price 1 25, our price 83c Men's fine calf shoes, congress and lece, Fidelity's price 1 65, our price 98c Men's fine calf shoes, congress and lace, plain-and cap, latest style toes, Fidelity's price 2 00, oar price 1 29 Men's super fine calf sewed shce3, congress and lace, opera, London, Kszor and Globe toes, Fidelity's price 2 25, our price 1 42 Men's very fine calf sewel shoes, con cress and lace, latest style toe3, Fidelity's price 2 CO, our price 1 59 "Itn's fine French calf sewed shoes,'' Razor, London and Globe toes, cap and plain, Fidelity's price 2 75, our price 1 92 Men's very fine French Calf, Razor, Pic and Globe tce3, Fidelity's price 3 00, our price " 2 25 Men's heavy doubla sole French calf eewed shoes, Fidelity's price 3 00, cur prica 1 98 Men's fine French calf hand sewed shoes, Fidelity prica 4 00r our prica 2 95 Men's finest strictly hand sewed, cus tom made French calf shoes, con gress and lace, all style toes. Fidel ity price 5 00. our price 3 50 Men's patent leather lace shoes, Fidel ity price 3 CO, our price 1 89 Men's fine French calf patent leather shoes, razor and globo toe, Fidelity price 1 00, our price 2 95 Men's finest made French calf, patent leather, hand sewed welt, Fidelity price 5 CO, our price . 3 89 Men's fine eml roidered slippers, Fi delity price 47, our price 35c Elegant leather tlippcrs. Fidelity price 75c, our price 9c Men's splendid aligtor slippr3, Fi delity price 1 00, our price 75c ' Co'idoii Bros, Ne-vV Shopping Mart. 112-144-146-148 South Main Steeet, Reab Entrance, 147 Bank St, Opposite Waterbury National Bank. Best Gilt Edge Creamery Butter, 23c pound, 4 1-2' lbs for $1.00. Boston Butter House, 147 'South Main Street. Boston Dentist. DENTISTRY in all its Branches, at moderate prices 1-4:1 Bank. St. Office hourp, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays, from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. XDr "Walters. Dr L R. Patzold. oiSurg?or If r ! rjfm-r.ift-t 1. 4 I i Fine gold and silver ' 1 cn: :.u V V' rl ui"ugH specially. U",SJ Also fine gold and ECrSRS porcelain crown and AFTER bridge work. , Satisfaction guananteed or money refunded. Very moderate prices Consultatton in English and German. Open Evenings. ; WHITE BUILDING, OTP P. O. SO Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn. . Best Set of Teeth, $3.00. Fine gold fillings, $1 and u.. Teeth filled with silver 50c and 75o Teeth cleaned 75c Teeth extracted. 25c Gas or air administered 25c We never wedge the testh before filling. Teeth extracted without pain, by the use of gas, or Byder's Viinlized Air. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty RYDER'S DENTAL PAELOSS. DH F. li. RYDER.' 133 Bank Street. Over Miss Fitzpatrick's millinery stor The only dentist by the name of RYDER in the city. Prices, Style and Quality Are the only differences between Furniture bought here and elsewhere. Buy ers who lmve found it out remember it. J. M. Burr all & Co, "The Old Reliable." 60 Bank St. UNDERTAKING In All Its Bb ascites. Telephone to T), Stewaet, 101 Franklin Street. Messenger Boy for C. E. Setmoub, is Mario Street. I Have Sold my Market To M, S. Chonor. who will devote his wholo time to selling tho best of Meats at. lowe cash rriees. I will devote my time to my in creasing Grocery and Food business. i:. memher we ore hoadquaiters for Butter tor family use. Price use. We sold one day lr.st week, ten tubs in less than one hour's timo. Buy what you eanMise. tho price is low. ro trouble about its keeping. For this week only I will sell 21 lbs of enmulated suar for $1.00. One bushel of choice potatoes for use. a prico never hoard of before. Grant eti ies io pr it. Our new 5c raisins are fancy. 'We sell 32 lbs of oats to a bushel, uii Us forl.oo. Thes oats aro fancy in quality and tho bot of white oats. They must bo taken from tho store at this price. Our store is full of ho best coods. and all bargains in ri i ea. Como and give tis your order for thc.-e fancy native Turkeys, tho same in quality as last j'ear. N. W. Heater, 26 and 29 North Main street. fir p 3 ir 1p OF otMBg lens AND Now Going on at 211 Bank St All fresh and desirable goods of this season's manufacture. No old or shop worn stock. If you are in need of clothing now 19 tha time to avail yourself of the opportunity as everything in this stock must be sold. We are only here for a limited time and everything must go with in that time. Every garment will be marked in plain gurf a and yon will buy them at half the original marked prices Don't miss thi3 opportunity to buy clothes at unheard of prices, for if you will, you loso the chance of a lifetime. We are our own manufacturers and intend to sell you at wholesale prices, the same as a retail merchant buys in quantities, as we are re tiring from business. Note a few of our prices. Such as you buy ia your city and con sider cheap for 12 00 we will sell for i 50. others that you cannot buy for less than 16 00, must go at 5 75. Men's fine dress suits, Tvorth fully 18 00, will bs sold for 7 0. Men's French clay diagonal suits, such as you pay 25 00 for, you can have in the latest styles, long cut frocks or double breasted sacks for 9 00. Men's fin beaver overcoat3 considered cheap at 10 , we will sell yon in double breaeted ot iiy fronts for 4 50. Fine mel ton overcoats worth fully 5 GO, viil go at 6 00. Very fine half satin lined orcscssats that cannot bo bought for les3 than 20 00 in any clethmg store, must be sold ct 7 50 while they last. an B3 lit Mtn's working pants worth 1 00, for 50c Better ones worth 2 00, for 99c. Black and blue cheviot pants, worth fully 2 21, for 1 12. All wool pants that are sold elsewhere for 3 50, at 1 75. Very fine all wool custom pants worth 4 50, for 2 25 Pants that you cannot buy for les3 than 5 00. will go at 2 50, 6 00 pants for 3 00, boys' long pants from 50c up. Don't forget the date of our opening, Saturday, Oct 19, 1885, and the number of our store, 211 Bank street, Waterbury. Come early and make your selection while the assortment is largo. Don't wait until the last. During this sale wa aro open bvenicg3 until 9 o'clock. NOTICE. To out of town customers we aiyow car fare on all sales of 10 00 and over OVERCOATS Pauls. Two Great Facts ThefiPeople of This City and Vicinity Want '5 Bedding- and That's one of the' great' facts. The other great fact is this.l We have a large variety of Parlor, Chamber, Sitting lloom, Dining Room and Kitchen fur niture, Mattresses, Springs, "Wool Blankets, Pillows, Com forters, Kitchen stoves, Parlor Stoves, Window Shades, Lace Curtains. Carpet Sweepers and Wheeler & Wilson , Sewing Machines, that are all right in Style, Quality and Price. Select the Good, Avoid the Bad In order to do this you must -ce both. Visit our store to see the goods and if we cannot convince you that our goods are as good as any, and prices and terms reasonable, we do not expect to sell. , ' To name the prices and terms will be sufficient. The Goods Speak For Themselves. L, E. Lewis, i 18-20 South Main St. 5 Pounds of Big Plump California RAISIN 25 This Week Only. The Waterbury Grocery Go, Importers and Fancy Grocers, 1G3-5 BANK STREET.- The Automaton Piano Among the many wonderful inventions cf the nineteenth century few, if any, ara destined tD leave such an indelible im pression, or exerciso such an nnmistak able influence oh the home and musical cxdture of the present generation. The Self Flaying Piano By means of a single attachment which can ba fitted to any piano, thousands of people u .ble to play may cultivate and gratify their taste for music. Call at our ware rooms and sea and iear this wonder ful piano. Dnggs I Smith Co, 179 Bank Street. Ideal Tours New York, Old Point Comfort, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia. With time to spare for side trips, if da sired. "Sli&tScg tha caaccast for 18 houra in the beantifu!, fast, new Steamships of the OM Dominion Line and returning leisurely by rail. Tickets include Hotel Accommodations at Points named, as well as rail and steamer fares for the entire trip. Total cost, $32.00. Also shorter trips to Old Toint Comfort and Richmond, including cost of hotel, for $16.00 and $17.00. Favorite ocean and rail route to Atlanta, Ga. Special Bates on account of the Cot ton States Exposition. Send for copy of "PILOT," containing description of short and delightful trips. OLD DOMINION S.'S. COMPANY, Fiee "6, Noeth Eivee, Nzw Yoas. W. L. GUILLATJDEU. Vice Pre ..dent and Traffic Manager. 39