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WATEKBTTRY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1895.
Cioak Department New arrivals in this department make the Rt-ck thoroughly complete in evy detail, See these new things. Ladies crenon boucle cloth jackets, with Dew Franklin f-ont and mandolin sleeves, at 10 00 each. T.afliAQ VihtirIa clnth iackets. lined v throughout with silk. In Klin tront mandolin . sleeves, 11 93 e&ch. Might be sold at 15 00. A new lot of boucle cloth double capps at 3 S8 each. Thi3 erade was sold at 4 OS early in the season. Ladies black crepon Bkirts, nil wool, lined and bound with velvet, 2 98 each. Misses' all wool, boucle cloth jackets, reefer or Franklin front, either piped with velvet, mandolin sleeve3, navy, preen, brown and fancy mix tures, -t 10 75 each. BANKSTEEET, WATERBTJET. A Day In the Open Is better than tons of tonics, gal Jons cf mineral waters, or the most celebrated baths hot, cold or medicated. But plain walking, beneficial pr it is, gets tiresome end monotonous. You want some Object in being out o' doors. Look Jn and me what we have in sport ing goods, which will make your outing a joyous one. Spe'cial in ducement made to clubs. P. J. BOLAN, 90 and 94 Bank Street. White Front. Tel 134. ts vercoa Of the Right Kind vercoats At the. Eight Price Over 600 Men's and Young Blen's Overcoats received up to date, and every OVdrCOat Of this date, and ever Reason's make. c i 'JSerer had such an early trade in overcoats. 100 al ready sold of our famous $10 Standard Kersey, No such Value ever produced. Its Get the Weiyt, Its Got the StoclK Over 100 sold last season. This year we have 200 to sell. Compare with any Overcoat Bold up to 15.00. The sizes are from 34 to ,50. For Tall men, Slim men, Short men or Fat men. Good Overcoats at 6.00. Our better Kersey overcoat? made with clav linings and silk shoulders, the best values pro duced at 15.00.. 18.00, $20.00 and $22.00. Another line of the famous soft feeling Montagnac over coat, silk shoulder and sleeve lining, at 20.00. compare with some sold for 25.00. . ones, Morgan F hPhPS O Clothiers, Hatters feFuraislers, 06-98 BANK hT. s U11V Aterstrom at the opera house to-niirht. Tht road and sewer boards will meet to-nirht. Special forecast fo" Connecticut : Rain, easterly winds, warmer in interior Fri day morning. The regular monthly meeting of the Waterburv Sporting and Atliletic club will be held this evening. A meeting of the Citizens' Auxiliary of the G. A. 11. will be held at 8 :30 this evening. A full attendance is requested. Philip Kielv, until recentlv buver for McPartland !t O'Flaherty of New York, has accepted a position with Conlon Bros. - ? Thomas Walsh, the five-vears-old son of Mr and Mrs John Walsh, 32 Union street, died yesterday afternoon. The funeral took place at 3 o'clock this after noon with interment in Calvary ceme tery. At a meeting of the board of govern ors or the Union club, iieitl last night, it was decided to call all the members to iler on next Monday evening, when action will be taken in reference to the formal opening of the club. Little Arthur Hogan, the two and a half year old son of Mr aud Mrs P. F. Hogan of South street, who was badly burned Tuesday morning, died from the effects of his "injuries last night. The funeral will take place at 3 o'clock to- moric afternoon with interment in fct Joseph's cemetery. Citv Attorney L. F. Burpee, has noti fied all the property owners along the proposed extension of Washington street to call at his ofhee and pay their assessment on or before November 4, otherwise a lieg for the amount will be placed on their property. The Concordia singers will give a con cert in Concordia hall next Tuesday evening, to introduce the new director, Prof Hans fcaro. An elaborate pro gramme has been arranged. Miss Grab- ert, soprano, of Danbury, who is well known here, will render several solos, and Mr Hoffmann, of New York, cello, will also assist. The Patrick Sarsfield club is preparing to commemorate the twenty-eighth an niversary of the Manchester iinartj-rs, Allen, Larkin and O'Brien, which will occur on November 23. The occasion will be fittingly observed by patriotic societies all ovi the world and seems to be growing in popular favor as an Irish national festival as the years roll by. According to statistics compiled b , the countycommissioners,lG0 liquor licenses, 20 beer licenses and 2G druggists' licenses were issued in the town of aterbury during the fiscal year recently ended. Hie total license revenue amounted to S31,5S5. In New Ilavei county, 009 liquor licenses, 82 beer licenses and 144 druggists' licenses were taken out, the license fees aggregating $279,139. Br order of County Health Officer Iloadley and Town nealth Officer OTIara, the old pest house was burned last night. It was considered too close to the alms house and the board of health has wise ly decided to select a site lor tne pro posed new contagious disease hospital which is far enough from the almshouse not to cause the slightest apprehension on the part of the authorities. The sixth annual sociable of the Pas time Social club wi:s given in Concordia hall last night and wrj an enjoyrble oc casion. The committees in charge were as follows: Arrangements J. 31. Kel ley, II. F. Flood, t. S. Collins, W. II. refers, G. C. Hughes and 31. E: Flood; floor J. M. Kelley, grand conductor, assisted by II. F. Flood, J. F. Fleming, T. S. Collins, W.' II. Peters, J. F. Tracy and W. J. Loughlin ; reception J. Cav- anaugh, S. v alsh, K. lessier, J.Cooney, J. Carey, J. Delaney, W. Fruin, J. Col- .lotv, E. Barrett, J. Jackson, J. llourke, D. Bioderick. At a meeting of the district committee last night it was voted to call for bids on the masonry and carpenter work on the proposed new High school building, 'the same to be opened Thursday evening, November 14. On motion of J. J. McDoii- ald it was decided to insert in the call a clause stating that a preference would be sriven to contractors who ajrree to em- ploy home labor. 3Ir3IcDanald thought it an outrage on the home market to allow money to go to outside people so long as it can be kept among our own people. Luigi Bertoli, special agent of the labor bureau, has triumphed over his opponents and is now likely to hold the office as long as the administration lasts. iiertoli was given a hearing before Com missioner Ilorne in Hartford yesterday and denied under oath that the charges preferred against him were true. It was brought out during the hearing that several of the signers to the petition asking for lAiigi s removal did not know the nature of the document and were imposed upon hy those who sought to oust him. Commissioner ii-no ha written to Donato Meo and it. Trott; stating that he had not been able to lint due cause for the removal of Bertoli aud that he w ill be. continued as special labor agent at u aterbury. Dr J. Milton Mabbott and 3Iiss Kate Adele Ollive were married yesterday at the home, of the bride's parents, Mr aiu Mrs Thomas S. Ollive, 23 est Seventy fourth street.Xew York. The ceremony was performed by the Iiev Dr latou m presence of a houseful of relatives and friends, miuiy beinsr present from this city. Miss MSdith Ollive, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and John Brenton Copp of New Haven was best man. A reception followed, at which a large number were entertained. After a southern trip Dr and Mrs Mabbott will reside at the Breevort house. The groom is a son of John Mabbott of 003 South Main street and has a host of friends amonr the young people of Waterburv. A big man created quite a scene to day i'i ("enter, square. Olilcer Byrnes ..ad arrested him for drunkenness', but in front of Turner's store he wheeled on the ofilcer and tried to throw Ijim. Then there was a rough and tumble with the oflleer on top. Several bystanders attempted' to asist the ollicer, among them Edward Payne, who shot Patrick Mooney. Sheriff Pigr.ey also took a hand. The arrested "man was a tough one and fought them all. Of ficers Cahey and Abeam arrived and the chains were put on the tighter. lie cursed d swore and drew" a crowd of two hundred around him. He was half dragged, half led to the station and still fought like a demon. He would not give his name. , CITY NEYS. Dr O'Connor is home after a visit to his former home in Pennsyluania. 3Iiss E. S. Bird of the South End Drug store is around after an illness of ten days. Alderman Daniel Kiefer, who was threatened with pneumonia, is rapidly recovering. United States Senator Orville H. Piatt and II. Wales Lines of 3Ierideu were in Waterbury to-day. To-morrow being the feast of A!l Saints, will be observed as a holiday of obligation by Catholics, ""Sariy masses will be celebrated in all the churches. 31. Castle, 30 North Riverside street, an employe of Benedict aud BurnhanVs, h 1 the back of his right hand laid open by a piece of metal this morning. Dr Frost rendered surgical aid. AN ITEM OF I NT EH EST To Citizens of "IVaterlmry and Neighliorihgr Towns, The Rochester Clothing Co came to Waterbury a few weeks ago without any glare of trumpets of brass bands, but they caue to stay, and have already set tled down to business with a steady up ward swing. They do not attempt to belittle their competitors, nor make loud oasts, but content themselves with ask ng the residents of Waterbury and vicin- " to call and see them, inspect their stock, get their prices and judge for themselves. Everyone will be treated with the greatest courtesy and will not be importuned to purchase, Even if they are not ready to buy, a visit to this establishment will repay them, for it is one of the handsomest and best equipped in the state. Earthquake in Illinois. Caiko, 111., Oct 31. There were two shocks of earthquake this morning, one of thirty seconds and one of fifteen seconds duration. 31a v chimneys were blown down and other damage done. Loaded the Safe. Burglars entered the oUiee of II. C Wooster, lumber deal.-r last night. They drilled a hole through the ton of the large safe " and had charged it with a-heavy dose of powder, - when the3r found that the door of the safe was not locked. 3Ir Wooster kept no money or valuables in the safe except his books, which were not disturbed. The burglars took some cigars and a few other small articles in the office. Business on tlic Xew England. Late reports show that never in the ustorv of the New England road has it been doing such a profitable business as it is doing at the present time. Im provements, too, are constantly being made along the entire line from Boston to Fishkill. New rail are being laid, bridges rebuilt, and the road bed gener ally repaired and improved. No changes in the working force has vet been tug- rrpct rrl IXotty Cireen. Although Hetty Green, with all her $00,000,000, drosses as cheaply as a shopgirl with $5 a week, ska impressed the Washington reporter who saw her in tho national capital the other day as a woman who would shino in fine rai ment. "The truth is," says The Post, "that Mrs. Green is not only attractive, but exceedingly fine looking. In mannor she is as vivacious and sprightly as a 3K)ung girl, and to look at her rosy cheeks and her hair, with hardly a trace of silver in it, one would not believe that she had celebrated her sixty-first birthday. Arrayed in rich garments she would attract much attention." Miss Anna T.Iillar. Chicago is justly proud of Miss Anna Millar, manager of the Chicago Orches tra. It is a position she has created for herself, as she is the business head of an organization of which few men would care to take the responsibility and has proved that she is competent to fill the position by making the season a finan cial sucooes. Miss Millar is a native of Chicago and rejoices in all tho charac teristics attributed to her fellow citizens energy, a strong vill and great ambi tion". She is a college bred girl. Shn is fond of good literatr society and ath letic 6p.ort. Chicago Font. TIMELY TOPICS. If 3-ou need anything in the line of rugs, curtains or upholstery goods,' read Cuiran's advertisement this evening. The famous Iiochester oil hea is for sale at Gardiner's bargain house on South Main street. Saloon for sale. Inquire of . Brennan Brothers. . Upson, Singleton & Co can satisfy you in the matter of underwear, both as regards quality" and price. Friday Avill be the Miller & Peek Co's bargain day. It is a money saving op portunity. . Conlon Brothers have bought a big stock of line shoes, from a manue turer, and will begin a low-priced bde to-morrow. Get a clearing sale price list from the J j. F. llaase Co and study it carefully. i'here is a tremendous cut in prices. Special li'gaiu day prices at E. T. Turuer & Co's on Friday. SOCIETY PRINTING. All the Season's Novelties in Programmes at the "Democrat" Office. The Democrat job prin) ing depart ment, equipped with new presses and type, is now better than ever prepared to execute all kinds of work neatly, promptly and at reasonable prices. Special attention is given to society printing. AVe have a complete line of programmes, oiueis ui uauce ami v.eKeis 3 i embracing every conceivable digu gottcrfup for secret societies, street rail way employes, letter carriers, firemen and military organizations. Committees having entertainments musicals nd sociables in charge are ia vited to call and examine this season's novelties, which we can print ot reason able prices and in a most attractive man ner. Merchants, when in need of office stationery, or printing of any kind, give the Democrat office a trial. a Novelties Those anticipated new Shapes, hare reached us, and re believe that as yet are shown only by Us. Other novelties received as fast as they make their ap pearance, letting the trade settle their popularity. . CHASE, Exchange Place. FootBallGocds 'Everything in the Foot Ball line. Spe cial prices .to clubs. Call and examine line. D. B. Wilson's 13, 15. 17 East Main St. Tbe Miller & Peck Go. Bargain Day, Friday, Nov 1st. ' Dress Goods. At 12 e, 10 pieces, wool Suitings, double fold, value 25o At 39c, 10 pieces Boucle Suiting, all rool. value 50o At 19c, 10 pieces all rool Serge, value 29c At 49c. black Faille Franchise, value 75o At 49tt. black satin Duchesse. value 75o At 33c. 34 inch India silk, all shades, value 50o Cloak Department. At 2.93, 25 Ladies' black beaver Coata, value 5.00 At 3 9S, 20 Ladies' black Boucle Jack ets, va.ui G-00 At 7.98, 2) Ladies' fi e beaver Coats, half silk lined, value 12.00 Men's Furnishings. At 37c. Ileavy white merino Shirts F.ndDra'wers, value 50o At 75c, Heavy natural wool Shirts and and Drawers Shirts are double breasted and silk trimmed. Drawers have pearl buttons, well worth 1.00 At 371c. ladies' heavy merino vesta and'pants, value At 25c, boys' natural wool Bhirts and drawers, sizss 24 to 34, value At 10c, ladies' large size gingham aprons, vith border, were 50c 50o 15c At 25c, ladies' extra fine cashmere bose, high spliced heels and soles, were At 120, children's fleece lined fast black hose, sizes 6 to 9, were At 19o pair stamped p.llow shams, from At 2(Jc, stamped cpen work, Tray Clothes, from 50c 20o 25o 29o 25o 5o 5c 39c At 193, ladies' black cashmere gloves, from At lc, 2 oz bottles vaseline, from At 3c, stwinp machine oil, from At 25c, ISriedenbach's best triple ex tract nerfumes. from At 3-Jc, 10 pieces striped outing flan rifriis, from 5c At Sc, heavy unbleached canton Flan in short lengths, from 12c At 3 lor 2oc, Turkish Beth Towels, worth 12 h 11 Your Postman Has not handed you of our one Clearing Sale Price Lists, Get on one at once Tre mendous cut in prices. Carpets, Avail Papers, ace Curtains. Window bhades The L. F. Haase co, 158 to 168 Gbakd Stbeet. KELLY SAYS The road board should recommend ap propriation for the Liberty street exten sion at their next meeting. This street would be used by thousands cf people and to dfny them of tbis thor oughfare worl bo a great hardship. The friends of tlm street have been t ng to put it through since 1869. Ttat year Councilman Samuel Gedcles first recom mended the layout, but then as now the idea had many enemies because it would be a public improvement, and some would be benefitted by the same. I hope the road board will remember one thing, that money should be spent where it will do the greatest amount of good to the greatest number of people. No one will suffer for the want of block pave ment or macadamized streets in 1896, but thousands of people would suffer if the tract of land between the electric light station and tbe Brooklyn bridge wa3 fenced in, and is liable to be at any moment, and then the people would be obliged to go an unnecessary mile four times a day to earn their daily bread. Let all otber new works be set aside the coming year. If not, I fear you will re gret our actions when it is too late, and I will sell you FLOUR tbat has been in my storeroom for ten months for (4 25, if you will give my man an empty barrel. I have a first-class man on my Quassa- paug farm who will take good care of and board your horse for fS a month and feed bim on hay and molasses. This feed will keep horses fat. healthy and warm. If ULiuivivjn I URN Telephone Great Sale Read the List- First Ono Case White 10-4 Blankets, at Worth 75c a Pair to-day. Two Cases Heavy. Warm. Gray Blankets, nearly All Wool, with very Handsome Borders, at Worth $2.50. Two Cases 11-4 White Blankets, a large Percentage of Wool, usually sold at $3.50 per Pair, at Three Case3 Hfavy, Soft Wool Blankets, iith all the newest Borders, pr-ds we have been selling freely at $i 25, and sold as a grand uargain byv enterprising houses in tbis market, at 3.99, at Compare them and accept the truh. Two Cases 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Blanket3, slightly soiled in tha rush and bustle of the last few weeks, at trorn $1.00 to Usually sold at from 1.50 to $3.00. White Sho Our SPECIAL $3.00 In all styles is the For the Don't Fail to Examine Them. LUCY & FITZGERALD,' Shoe Distributers. 120 State Street, New London, Conn, 83 Bnk Street, Waterbc-7, Conn Follow the Crowd And it will always take you to the BIG STORE of the The Boston Furniture Co. When you are looking for goods in our line. Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Stoves, lianas and everything to furnish the home complete, all Made to Last, Made to Tlease the Eye, Original in Design, Comf lete In Finish, Choice in Conception, Char&cterustio in Style UNDEETAKING Department. There are no funerals so rich or elaborate that the . oper furnishings cannot be found here, and none so humble that we cannot meet tteir economical requirements. ton 111 MAMMOTH HOUSE FURNISH EES AND FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS, jgip Cash or easy terms of pay-icnt. M. BERGIN &80N8, Undertakers And Funeral Directors. The best equipped house inKew Eng land, with everything of the most modern type for the business. Hacks and Hearses of the best and everything contained the one building. in GorSo Main Zi Scovill Sts. Telephone. A night clerk. Am- bulance on call. TO BUT Agent's Bed Bug Killer. .IT"SA SURE KILLER. 4 Hugent's Roach Exterminator We will guarantee or refund your money. Any physicians Prescriptions accurately com pounded at the lowest prices in the city. tacnt's Cor So Main and Scovill Sts. John F. Faxlon, Mgr. f of is tie Tioie Pharmacy, OCT ULL 154-12. Of Blankets. TheyAreAII Money-Savers. 50 CENTS A PAH5 $1.93 A PAIR $2.60 PER PAIR $3.43 $4.00 NBU LL Store. e Men's- HOES best Slice ever offered Price. at lowest xrices. C6 Furniture Co., South Main Street. m EOF a CO & Beautiful Fragrant Flowers Cut Fresa Every Morting, at Dry Goods Price3. The f .nlight travels 95,000,000 miles to reach cur store, but when it gets there we let it in. and, O my, what a burst of glory and radiance it reflects here and there on tho already dazzling bargains on the counters ! But on Friday Bargain Dav it is eimplv bewildering. It is then the time to cry enough. TO-MORROW WILL BE FRIDAY. Woodbury's Facial Soap, 29o cake, re- dnced from 33c. Babesbin Soap, loc package, 2 cakes in ft pacsaga. Witch hazel Soap. lOo oake, or 25o box, 3 oakc in a box. Lettuce Cream Scap So. Buttermilk Scan, 15c box, 3 cakes in a box Pure Castile Soap, 00 cake. Oatmeal Soap, 25c box, or 10c cake. Bradley's perfume.?, assorted odors, re duced from 2oo to 15o oz. Almond cream for beautifying the com ' plexion and a splendid preparation for chapped hands, 25o bottle. Oailey's Sachet Powder, reduced from 39o to 25c cz. 50c Scissors reduced to 39o. 37c Scissors reduced to 25c. A choice colLctioa of Children's Story Bocks 11c. Columbia Dies3 Shields, ft bargain, lie. Vegetable Ivory Buttons, all colors, 2 dox on card, 2c. A largo assortment of guimp trimmings, prices all reduced. 10c Curling Irons, reduced to 7o. 5o Curling Irons, reduced to 3o. Basting Cotton lo spool, 250 yards on spool. 33o Children's fleece lined Hose, for 23o Boys' ribbed Hose, Hermsdorf dye, for 13o Boys Derby Hose, for 10a 50c Ladies' black Cashmere Hose, for 37 Jo 25e Ladi?3 blaci Wool Hose, for 19o 20c Ladles' fleece lined Hose, for 19o 2nc Ladies Cotton Hose, for 19o 19e Gents Natural Wool Hose, for 12 Jo 25c Gents" camel's Hair Hose, for 19c 19o Gents' black Cotton Hose, Herms- dcrf dye, for 12o Lft3i" Cashmeie Hose, extra fine quality, at 19o I Ladies fleeca lined xaaeta Uioves, sac nlF