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WATEHBURY -..EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1895.
Hen's Furnishings. Ton know our opinion of the "Eighmie' Shirt. We have told you again and again that it is the best fitting Shirt in the market. Some of you have given it a trial and are more than satisfied. We have a big line of them, laundered and unlaun dered, in long, short and medium bosoms, opened and closed fronts; also in full dress. Prices: Unlaundered, 75c and$l; Laundered, $1, $1 25 and $1.50. Men's Extra Fine Black Cashmere Socks ; at 25o a pair; have never been sold for less than 39c. They are our own importa. tion. Men's Pajamas, in Fine Cheviot and imported French Flannel, neat checks and stripes, all sizes: at $2.17, $2.89 and $3.25. Men's Extra Heavy Natural "Wool Shirts and Drawers, reinforced tape seams, pearl buttons and finished in good shape; at 50c each. Men's Heavy Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers. Aeawam goods, very soft and warm; 92o each. If you want a cheaper White Shirt than the "Eighmie " we would call attention to our 50c unlaundered. It has all impro fo ments, and is, without doubt, the best in the city for the price. BANK STREET, WATERBURY. Hard Driving. , Combined with patience and persist ence, are equal to success in build ing up a business. We point with pardonable pride to our store and stock, and invite cor only a contin uance of our present patronage, but an acquaintance with new customer's. We are certain to please you DoJou.Go Hunting? Our line of Guns, Rifles and Ammu nition is unsurpassed. P. J. BOLAN, 90 and 94 Bank Street. White Front. Tel 134. Foot Ball Goods Everything in the Foot Ball line. Spe cial prices to clubs. ffW and examine Jliaine. D. B. Wilson's 13, 15, 17 East Main St. All Wool Extra Super Ingrains EOo, regular 65 o quality Extra Super Ingrains, 38c, regular price 50c Parlor Fringed SUades, 35c each Finest Wilton Velvets, $1.00 per yd, regular price $1.50 Also thousands of rolls of wall paper at exactly half price at our annual clearing fcale. The L. F. Haase co, 153 to 168 Gband Steeet. KELLY SAYS; I Receive EG GS Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of each week. I warrant them strictly Fresh AT 28 Cents a Dozen. hen ft Mm If they are not what I they are, bring them back get your money. say and . CITY NEWS. There will be a rehearsal of the Sacred Ileart church choir at 7:3.0 this evening. C. P. Harris andD.E. Schriver, Amer ican compositors, left to-day for Kings ton, Jamaica. fcecond Selectman Doran is passin i or around irood cirars to-dav. It is a four teen pound girl. Castle quotes some very low prices in his ad on pace 5. Fresh pork in par ticular he nuotes to the retail trade at G cents and to markets at 6J cents a pound. William Walsh, 79 Jewelry street, an employe of .Randolph & Clowes, mashed the thud ringer of his left hand while at work yesterday afternoon. Dr Frost rendered surgical aid. The funeral of Bridget Singney, aged three years, took place from the residence of her parents on Avers street at 3 o'clock this afternoon, with inter ment in Calvary cemetery. Skidmore & Turnbull have leased the Granite block, Torrington, and will open a store there to-morrow night, well stocked with a full line of dry goods. The new store will be under the man agement of Frederick Ashborn, a popu lar resident of that town. Maria F. Schmed, aged 61, wife of Adam Schmed of 852 South Main street, died suddenly last evening. Acting Medical Examiner Crane viewed the re mains and pronounced death due to' natural causes. The funeral will take place at 2:30 to-morrow afternoon to Calvary cemetery. Miss Eleanor Pretat's physical : train ing class at the Friendly League, will commence on next Thursday evening, November 21, and the drawing and painting class on Wednesday evening, the 20th, with Mrs Alva L. McMullin instructor. Members of the league who intend to join these classes should re port to the superintendent , immediately. Yesterday was the feast of St Stanis laus, the patron saint of Rev Mother St Stanislaus, superioress of the Convent of Notre Dame, and the occasion was ob served at the convent by the rendition of a musical and literary programme by the sisters and pupils. Mother St Stanis laus was the. recipient of many manifes tations of esteem among them being a handsome picture ; of St Anthony of Padua, a beautiful clock and paintings. Garbage Contractor Hubert Rigney made a trip to Bridgeport yesterday for the purpose of examining the new cre matory and returned ' home last night quite enthusiastic over the working of the plant. It is situated in the Vest end, near the site of Barman's old win ter quarters, and is something which everyone interested in the sanitary con dition of Waterbury should see. The first grand entertainment, con cert and sociable given by the Interna tional Metal Polishers,' Buffers and Platers of North America, Local 37, will be held in Concordia hall, Friday evening, November 22, and promises to be an enjoyable occasion. The enter tainment will be provided by members of the Rosedale Dramatic club. Dillane's orchestra will furnish music for danc ing. The committee of arrangements consists of James Pryor, Philio Dalv, Daniel Murphy, John Flanagan, C. Dunphy andP. Bergin. The committee appointed . at a recent meeting of the court of common council to examine and report upon the benefits ana damages arising from the widening of West Main street w ill hold a ses sion in the City hall building at 8 o'clock to-night. The committee consists of Aldermen Kiefer and Halpin, Councilmen Colloty, McGrath, Gallond and Benedict. This body is act ing ass a Doam oi compensation by ap pointment of the court of common coun cil and the result of its deliberations is beiug watched for with much interest. There will be big attractions at the Sacred Ileart church fair this evening, rain or shine. One of the attractions will be a Rugb3 ball game between teams from the St Aloysius and Sacred Ileart drum corps. Then the postponed glove contest, for points, between Jack Dillon and a colored wonder named Mix. Hall &i Evans ;will- rive the sketch, "Ghost in ,a Pawn,. Shop," and there will be other; attractions.' The voting contest for a silver trumpet, be tween the fire companies of the Watch factory, Scovill's and Benedict & Burn ham's, will begin this evening. The 5SSth anniversary of the indepen dence of Switzerland was celebrated in an appropriate manner in Concordia hall last night by the Gruetli society of Waterbury and Union City. The hall was tastefully decorated with American and Swiss emblems. Faulmann played several appropriate selections and fur nished music for the dancers. The grand march was led by G. L. Sing and Miss Maria Buchmueller. The quar tette "Alpenroesli" from New York was Xresent and sang several Swiss songs. Three short tableaux were presented, in one of which Miss Marie Buchmueller of Union City played the part of Hel vetia. The address was delivered by Alfred Drescher. The executive committee of the Wat" erbury University extension center met yesterday afternoon and an outline of the winters work was given. Dr Burton of Hartford will deliver: four Friday afternoon lectures on . litera ture, beginning on December 7. Dr E. W. Scripture of Yale will de liver two afternoon lectures on labora tory mind study. It is probable that Dr Willimain North Rice of Weslejjan will deliver two evening lectures on ''Ber muda' and "The "Yellowstone Park," and Dr William F. Blackmail of Yale will, if dates can de arranged, deliver an evening course of six lectures on socio logical topics. Arrangements will also be made for an evening course of six lectures on the history and development of architecture, by Mrs Mary H. Flint of New York. . TunxTS tribe gave a smoker in Red Men's hall which was attended by a large number of people, all of whom spent the evening in a most- agreeable manner. Dcwitt Preston, great sachem of the state, gave a talk on the order and recited "Casey at the Bat." John J. Murnane played au interesting piano solo, "The Mocking Bird," and for an encore gave "The Wedding Bells." The Choristers sang "Annie Laurie" and "Sweet Forget Me Not." II. A. Tripp of Toabtic tribe sang "Queen of the Earth" and Past Grand Meyer of Tunxis tribe rendered" "Thy Sentinel Am I. ' Prof Faust of Bridge port performed some .wonderful sleight of hand feats. Dr C. R. Upson, past great sachem, was master of ceremonies, and filled the position with great distinction. NOTICE. Farrell Brothers picture of Father Duggan is considered the best. All others are only cheap imitations. Look for our name at the bottom of card and take no other. Respectfully, Fakrell Brothers. N. B. We also have a large photograph of hinutaken from life. THE HOGS MUST GO. Decision of County Health Officer Hoadley in a Celebrated Case. After a long wait County Health Offi- rimn in th fnmnn South Brookivn Piggery case. The health officer states that Napoleon Jordan and Michael Gor- man must remove their hog pens on or that the decision -was withheld nntt-h,KAh'p1,M nnUv s i to rmfc the people to the expense and loss of re- S i! 4it- 1 for the market. The decision was re ceived to-day by Attorney Carmody nnrl will hf wl"nmi nfiws.to a. lfiroe number of people in that section, THIEF SCARED AWAY. lie Was Trying to.' Secure Constable ' "O'Brien's Big Diamond. Last night an effort was made to break into the office of Sheriff O'Brien in the American building, 125 Bank street. A barber's sign was pulled over to the door and used to stand upon, so that the thief could catch an iron rod near the transom, which supports the constable's sign. W hen the thief caught the rod it broke and it is supposed that the noise scared hiui away. Mr O'Brien has a S250 diamond ring which he oc casionally leaves in the office and doubt the fellow who was trying affect an entrance was aware of this. no to AMUSEMENTS. Sawtelle Dramatic Company. iJic uiv li ne rittiuaiio v.uiu jj.xii v , which is to appear at the Jacqxies next week, is thus spoken of b3Tan exchange: The two performances given by the Sawtelle company at the Portland thea tre yesterday drew very large audiences, the natural result of the pleasing enter tainment with which the engagement opened Monday evening. In the after noon people began to gather before 1 o clocK, tueir object being to secure choice seats. When the curtain went up at 2 o'clock nearly every seat in the house was taken. "Bess, the Madcap," proved to be a highly entertaining com edy drama, and was acted in capital, style by the compaii3r. The interpolated specialties were warmly applauded, as were the selections xlayed by the or chestra. ' Have yon seen onr display of RIBBONS? If not, do not fail to make an early inspection, we are conndsct that no other establishment in the state can ehow as large, varied or as elegent an assortment of Plain and Fancy Ribbons. Every color, quality style and combin ation of hat and dress ribbons aro shown at prices away below compe tition, I Exchange Place. ISS' f I5f??l ft E ffl liePiHlUSSl CI TI LE IIU. Winter Garments. Our stock of Jackets, already superior to anything shown in this city, is receiving dailv additions of Correct Styles and Superior Workmanship. We call particu lar attention to onr garments at $5.98, 6,98. 7.98. 8.98 and $9 98. We can save for yon $2.00 to $5.00 on a Garment. Dress Goods. We are making a grand display of For- eign Novelties, just arrived. 3 Tl J Be sure and see them. Black Dress Goods. A great Varieiy hair and Crepons. Of Fancy Fi gured Mo- Thanksgiving Linens, Onrlanea Man Sa his stock isofnn- Our Linen Man says his stock is of un usual interest. The Fancy Cloths and Tray Cloths and Linen Sets must .be seen to bis appreciated, and the Prices are as inviting as the Good3 themselves. Second Floor. CARPETS. RUGS, WINDOW SHADES, DRAPERIES, ; OILOLOTHS, jjINOLEUMS,. PAPER HANGINGS' ETC, afford an opportunity for saving if you are in need of any. There is no place in our store where you can save more money than here. No middleman's profit. We deal direct with tho manufacturer. The Miller Peck Go Plistrict of Waterbury. ss. Probate Court TOVl3. 1S05. Estate of Chauncey H. Ford of water- hvirv. in said district assicnmsr debtor. Tho trustee represents the Estate insolvent and pray the appointment of Com- inism'onors thereon. Ordered that Oommissioners to receive and examine tne claims oi me creditors oi saia 'Ptate he appointed at the Probate OSlce ia Watorhurv on tho 13th day of Nov. 1895. at 9 o'clock forenoon : of hich all persons in .interest will take notice, and appear. U they see eaufo. and oft neartt tnereon. Bv Order or the court. James J. Cassis. Clerk of Probate. R nDLi jercoat Tali Never in our history have we felt that we should win the confidence of the people, as We do tins season on our line ot Overcoats, Values, true, honest , , , Values we have to show, regular purse-openers you could nshtlv 11 J.1 All At 1 Liicm. -CilX VC cloiv IS tllttt VOU look our larfre stock over. J O own good judgment. 0 or Our Leader. Itmay be a hobby of our to show something better than someone else. Its a way we have, and our Standard Blue and Black, all wool Kersey Overcoats at $10.00 snow it. Made to fit all Shapes and Sizes, in Regulars, Longs and & touts. io man so large, no man so tail tnat we cannot Overcoat him at this price. Regular sizes, 34 to 50. Stout sizes, 36 to 50. ijonjr sizes, 34 to 48. It's got 15.00 worth of style, quality and wear to it, and will suiter nothing by comparison with 15.00 Overcoats sold else where. Our price 10.00. Good Overcoats in Blue, Black or Gray Oxford, mixed, at 6.00 and 7.50. Detter grades at 15.00, 20.00 and 22.00, are Sterling makes and values. A.t $15.00. We give you a Blue or Black Kersey Overcoat, cut in Begu lars, Longs and Stouts, made and trimmed honestly, with heavy silk shoulders and clay worsted linings. Compare with others sold outside for S18.00. At S20.00. We can give you a heavy blue or black Kersey or Melton mine heavy Montaguac overcoat with silk shoulders and sleeve lining and heavy clay worsted body lining, all sizes, would be considered good value elsewhere at 25.00. Our rough Montaguac ove it has been a great seller this suasuii, uiiuies a. mot; uuuuuii- awe cnange irom tne plain, smooth Kersevs and Meltons so much in use. 2.00. We can give you a Roarers Peet & Co blue or black Ker ey overcoat, cut in reguh loners and stouts, ana maae as no other house can make an overcoat. It has the style and QUraDlllty, WltU an aDSence OI I 4 m that ready-made look to it. If its the coat that makes the man, surely the Rogers, Peet & Co coat will do it. JLook in our north window for overcoats. ravq' nuPPPHfltQ DUJfO UVCl UUdLO lA. good substantial overcoat in blue or brown mixed Kersey at 6.00, a better one at 7 00 and the Standard Black Kersey at 9 00, sizes 10 to 20. Large line of ulsters and reefers for Boys and Children. Big line of men s Ulsters, Reefers, Leather and canvas coats, Gloves Sweaters and Cardigan Jackets. Jones, Morgan & Co, Clothiers, Hatters S Ftirnisliers, 96-93 BANK ST. Popular Prices. ii lUiii JiliLUiy. O-love Department. Desire to call attention to the new and choice lies of kid gloves . offered in this most 4 button kid gloves in newert autumn shades, including new tan, seal brown, red, tan, black, white and cream in most stylish embroidery, both pique and f eston stitched, at 98c. The new 2 two button pique 6treet glova m all the favorite shades, most swell glove known, at the popular price of 98o. A small line of the famous "Perinot " finest real kid.imported in five hooks only, beautiful tan shades.' usual retail Drice 175, at 98o while they last. No lady wishing a fine, softPari3 kid at about half prioe should delay looking at these goods at once. To emphasize the popularity of this de partment we are selling a first class 4 but ton cloves in slates, tans, browns. Everv pair warranted, at 69 o a pair. Another great value is our 4 button em White Shoe Store. :, HONEST DEALINGS Is the only way to build up a business. This is what has given us the leather for $1.00 than any other dealer m the city. We have no Fancy Prices. We can fit any size Pocketfoook, As well as any size foot. A Specialty for this week is a Gaiter, Tailor made, a ioc article lor obc. LUCY & FITZ&EEALD, Shoe Distributers. 116 State Street, New London, Conn, 88 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn A, L. M'MULLET & 00 24 33322:cae.n.H:e Place We wish to call your attention to our new line of Toilet and ,Dinner Sets, just opened. 10 piece toilet set for 2.00. 112 piece Dinner sets from 5.00 to 12.75. Call and A. L. iTMULLIN & CO. STEELE'S OLDv STAND. 24 Exchange Place. Witli a Complete Line Of Novelties, For the fall and winter sea son we are prepared to meet the trade. For variety and style our stock of trimmed hats cannot be equalled, far surpass ing those of last season. A. F. Oowles, 99 Z 101 So Main 33Js Exhibition "Where no admission tickets are necessary is the display of carpets and rugs at '1 win-"Pa-rli-vr riarnfita. "Dininsr lio m Carrots lUSho i - - . c i stair and hall carpets, and carpets and rugs tor every conceivaoie purpose ana piace What you will want to buy theis week is s yard wide brussels carpet, wnicn is on cniA at 1R8-90 So Main St. together with a full linA of furniture, crockery, lamps and house furnishings. Undertaking in all its Branches TWINING & Go. lfift-170 South Main Rtrt. "VFaterbuiy & Torriustou. Cssh orCrodl t An Apt T). n o popular department: broidered kid gloves, three styles of sew embroidery in the latest autumn colors, at 89c. All gloves warranted and fitted by painstaking assistants. FOR MEN. JVe are showing the best pique dog3kin glove, positively the most durable and dressy glove in the market, at 93s. No careful dresser should fail to visit this counter For misses and boys we have a choioe line of 1 to 4 button goods, very natty and genteel; special attention paid to the fit ting of children's gloves, For heavy wear we are offering the most extensive line of popular goods in the market, choice genuine Scotch wool for men and boys at 25o upward. Extra heavy lined goods for outdoor 1 work from 25o upwards. reputation of selling more shoe Ladies' Black Broadcloth Over see them. All new goods. urner Out Flowers in All Varieties Fresh Every Morning. Furniture Coupons With Every Purchase. BIG EXCITEMENT. To-morrow in cur House Furnishing Department, and in fact every Saturday, we make tbi3 day the big day of the week. Read the list over carefully, there is soma- thing you need and you can cava money. TINWARE. Large size Dish Pans lOo. Dairy Pans, large size, Sc and lOo. Dinner Pails 15o and 21c. Dippers 5c and 10c Heavy re-tinned Tea-Kettles, 25o, 33o end 45c. Saucepans, all sizes, 10c, Muffin Pans 10c. Cereal Cookers 59c, 79c and 8Do, Quatt Measures 5e. Tin Caps, all sizes, 5c. Match Safes, 5 c. ' Pie Racks 25o and 33o.' Coffee Mills 89c. Stove Lifters 10c. Tokers 5o and 10c. Large size bottle Bluing 7o. WOODEN WARE. Scrub Brushes Be and 10c. Potato Mashers So and 10c. Rolling Pins 5o and 10c. Wooden Faucets 5c. Butter Spades 5o. Paint Brushes 5o and 10c. Bosom Boards 12c and 25c. Ironing Boards, 45c and 55c. Wash Boards 10c. Moulding Boards 25c and 33o. Large size Wash Tubs 39c. -Clothes Pins 7o hundred. Eising Sun Stove Polish 5o. Enameline 5c. Ladies' Shoe Dressing 10. Best Shoe Blacking 5o. Bottled Ink 5c. Clothes Baskets 49o, 59o andJa. Mexoline Silver Polish 25o fte. Spice Boxes Chopping Bowls Ka. And an Elesant ia9 Agate Ware. T P p M. i. 1 i Co