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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1895.
Cloak Department. Jake Elevator. Take Elevator; . Special Low Prices v on High Grade Garments For Wednesday, Nov 20. 3 25, ladiea jackets in bine and black bouole cloth, melon sleeves, regular price 5 98, special for Wed nesday 3 25 4 93. ladiea jackals in English cheviot, mandolin sleeves, ripple baok, in brown, black and navy, regular price 7 00, special for Wed nesday 4 98 6 50. ladies jackets, box front, but tonned high at neck, in black and nary, coat back, regular prion 7 75, special for Wednesday 5 50 6 00, lidies kersey jackets ith satin piped sleeves and strap seams, regular price 8 50, special for Wed nesday 6 00 7 60, ladies Persian cloth jacket 9, half silk lined and ripple back, reg ular price 9 76, special for Wednes day 7 50 8 00, ladies jackets in pretty, rough effects, rith two large pearl buttons On box front, strap seams, regular price 10 0, special for Wed nesday . 8 00 9 00, La&ias astrakhan cloth Jaok ets with full sleeves and large but tons, regular price 11 50, Wednes day 9 00 10 50, .Ladies fine Persian cloth Jacket, silk lined throughout, bat toDed high at neok, and velvet col lar and cuffs, regular prica 14 50, Wednesday 10 50 Ladies Capes. At 2 98, Ladies' cloth capas, satin trimmed and mada with overcapa, regular price 3 75, special for Wednesday 2 At 4 50, Ladies' cheviot cloth capes with throe rows of braid sround bettem. of cape, regular price 5 93, special fox Wednesday 4 At 5 98, Ladies' fine Kersey cloth capes, made golf stjle in trown, 98 50 navy and black, regular price 7 25, special tor Wednesday At 7 60, Ladies' fine beaver capes with velvet collar, 30 long, ruffle back, regular price special for Wednesday 5 93 cloth inch 9 00, 7 50 Canned Vegetables. The following New Goods, just received, were grown and racked this year, and every can is warranted by us: .Terser cold pnckeil Tomatoes, per can. 7c York, stats Sugar Corn, per can, 7e Early June Peas, rer can. 10o Hefiijreo StriDgloss Beans, per can, 10c California Lima Bean?, per can. ice York state Succotash, per can. ioc Fine French Wune. 4 pound for 25c Aunt Sally's Faneake Flour, -i lb raeknsre, lOe Private plantation crile, specially blended for us. better thm java. per lb' 3Dc the 4)e kind. Tens, any kind you want, per lb 37 c. else where 60c kind Wo never sell anything, that we cannot recommend. :rul if anything is not as repre sented we will gladly reflate it. JDIHiI-iOIiT'S GASH Grocery Store, 47 East Itfain St. Waterbury .Corn . . Naugatuck. Auscnia. TELErEOSE 6-2 Life and Battles cf Bob Fitz simens and James J. Corb&tt. Justnublisbed.- Price 25 cents,. t. oos?riDXrX..o. NEWSDEALMt A:;r St.vtiokeb,. "We advertisa only what we have and exactly as it-is.." ntfotoctory : In order to mora thoroughly introduce ourselves, method cf doing business, and kind of Merchandise wa manufacture, to the people of Waterbury and vicinity, wo have decided to inaucurate an Introduc tory Sale; during which we shall offer to th oeonle of Watfrbtlrv and vicinity our - entire stock of Ken's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Etc, Atlesa than Actual Cost cf Production'. This will not only have the dasired effect of inducing you to visit our remodeled and re-stocked store, but will give you tne Grandest Opportunity of purchasing nw and no- to date Merchandise, richt in the heart of th busy seascn, at less than the Actual Cost of Manufacture. This Is an Opportunity of a Lifetime. gSS Call and' examine the reductions and take advantage of same. Sale Begins WEDNESDAY, NOVEM BER 6th,1 and will continue for Thirty Da vs. Look for the Introduction Signs on the Windows. Eemember the Number, 83 Everything fair and square at f m Vf 83 BANK ST. en . v toff Misses and Children's Garments. Misses reefers from C to IS years, in black, navy and mixed effects, reg prioe 4 75, special for Wednesday 2 98 At 3 25, Misses reefers in blue and tin with velvat collar and revers, regu lar prioe 5 50, special for Wednes day 3 25 At 4 98, Misses reefers in mixed effects with braid trimmed sleeves and trimmed with small buttons, regular price G 98, special for Wed nesday 4 98 At 75o, children's eiderdown cloaks with sailor collar, trimmed with swansdowa fur. regular price 1 25, special for Wednesday 75o At 93c, children's eiderdown cloaks in pink and light blue, with very large sleeves, trimmed with fur, regular ptic 1 98, special for Wednesday D3c At 2 25, children's eloaks from 2 to 9 yeara, in mixed gocdi. trimmed with braid and with velvet oollar, regular price 2 98, special for Wed nesdy 2 25 At 3 98, children's long cloak with deep over cape aud trimmed with braid, regular price 4 75, spedial for Wednesday 3 98 Ladies House Wrappers. Ladies indigo blue Louse . wrappers prettily made, former price 89o, special for Wednesday 69c At 7oo, Ladies' house wrappers in Simpson's gray prints, extra full skirt, all sizes from 32 to 46c, regu lar price 9So, special for Wednes day , , - v,. 7oc At y8a, Ladiea' house wrappers in pretty patterns, extra full kirt and ruffles over shoulder, regular price 1 25. special for Wednesday 93o At 793, Ladies' flannelette bouse wrappers in very pretty designs, extra full skirt and sleeves, regular price 9So, special for Wednesday 79o rran sr; It's Amusing to 'See In the papers a long list of-Goods with Prices attached, when probably one-third of the buyers of the city know that nearly every Bnioie is saia regularly for less than ncse ngures at Gardiner's Bargain House. 7-i South Main Street We don't carry clothing, boots and ehof s or dry goods, but anything' in the Housekeeping Line it is folly for anyone to aitsmpt to meet our prices. V? ho her has eve r sold an Oval Wash Boilar, with ctrocg Copper Bottom for Scents? Who sells Esamslir.e for 3 cents, and '"ooth Pioks at 3 cents; etc, etc? jLuoao reio uun a. mw MlllUift BeleCXBa or ms,, but our Begnlar Prices and have been for weeks. Everythiog in the store is tne Game. Yen re safe to remember that ' v : . "If You See It in the Bargain House, It's a Bargain." And you can sea most an v thine, for the house if you only look in'. See a larga store heated by two small Oil Heaters. See a Brass Banquet Limp 30 inches high, for 9S cants. See a Dish Pan for 8 cents. Wash Tub for 40 cents. Lead Pencils, 6 cents dozen.. English Plates 4o. Toiiet Seta 1 .99, extra large. English Decorated Dinner Ssts JT.98. Ileal China Tea Sets, 5 designs 5.25.- Why, Here It5 Is! L was looking all over the paper to find the best place in Waterbury to buy my supplies or Stationery, BlaBi Books, etc, and right here is the card of IICLVILLE'S with a picture at the' side of it. There's no use looking any further. Jail. Mulville, 110 East Main St. A Valuable Assistant It ia almost essential that there ' should be Women" Undertakers, as few men are capable of attending to the many details that coraprit a woman's toilet. Such an UNDERTAKER is in my employ, who not only embalms, but attends to dressing and decorating. A complete line ox caskets and ail Gxneral Furnishings always in stock. jgg Ambulance on call at all hours. t W.F, York, Agent, ' ( 120 SOTTTH MAI ST. ( Dist Tel office. 5 East Main NIGHT CALLS? W.F. York. 188 North Main ( W, W. Leonard. 48 Dover Telephone at cfiice and house. Childish Talk." Boasting is childish talk at the best. We avoid it when we say that our chool Shoes HAVE Worth and Wear Style itrenSth It isn't boasting, its the rock ribbed truth. See Our Boys and Youths School Shoes. mon .aomppys 129 Bank Street. For Tender Feet This machine sews on the solo as well as by hand. No peer or tacks to ruin your feet. (J A. Li Li AT irr South Main Street. " M.. Holczen Bo You Want Clocks, Silverware, Diamonds or Dia mond Jewelry,, Ring?, stone, plain or chased, from infants to the largest sizo. Tie Pins, Stick Pins, Bar Pins, Brooch Pins, Hair pins, Pins of all kinds. Ladies' Chains, Both long and short, Gents' cahina of all styles, Charms, gold and plated. If you want anything in the line, come and ' LOOK. 2oney ill jt&itf lm I I If IS I Want four And am willing to give large Bargains At Bennett's, i45Bank St, Falli Winter Styles Are becoming and elecant. We have them in all their variety, suiting all agea and kinds of manly beauty. We give com plete satisfaction to the purchaser, and want you to know that the one hat oa earth that'll become yon better than any other, is in our stock. Stiff hats for dress; soft hats for business, and an immense stock of cloth cap3 for cold weather. Our hat department is the largest and most com plete hat store in Waterbury. Silk hats ironed and blocked. Hats fitted with a French Conformer. Mourning; bands put on Dj a practical natter. J. B. Mullin 97 to 103 Bank Street. Dress Suits- to rent. In Holiday Array Is trie Man, Woman or Child who has on a pair of SHOES bought of E. J. FINN, in style, fit and comfort durability and price as well We have no fear of successful com petition. Good Shoes and at low prices at 1 7 Exchange Place. Leader of Styles, . J. Finn, LOOK AT THIS For Bargains in Pianos. 1 Weber Squarp, 1 EmerEon Squat e, I Guild Square, 1 Bradbury Square,. I Nunn's & Clarke Square, 1 Upright Piano, $150 125 100 75 35 175 50 35 25 I Shomnger Organ, 1 Esty Orgarr,, 1 New England,, 1 Bcatty Organ, These are all in first-class condition, and can be had at the above prices by paying $5 per month. We must make room' for our new Pianos, and therefore sacrifice these. Call at once and get first choice.- B. Shomnger & Co, 175 BANK STREET, Waterbuet,. Cosn. Employment Bureau. WANTED At onee. Cooks. Laundress?. Waitress", and girl3forall kinds of general nousoworic. nerercnce requirou.- rs GostenbadeT, : Glen EiDge. Between Central avenue and Pine btreots. Tlie E. E. Johnson Stock Is Nearly all Sold. We have left 120 Pairs Boys' Calf Congress, sizes 3 and 4, Johnson's prioe 2 00, Ours 1.21 75 Pairs Boys' Calf Lace, all sizes, Johnson's price 2.00, Ours' I 21 50 Pairs Youth Calf Lace, siz9S 11, 12- and 1, Johnson's price 1.75, Oura 98o 237 Pairs Men's French Calf, hand, sewed Congress and Lace, John son's pries 5.00. Oars. . 2,25 196 Pairs Mea's Calf Congress, Good year welt,. Johnson's price 3.00, Ours 198 75 Pairs Men's New Lace Congress, Goodyeaar welt, Johnson's price 3.00, Ours- 1.98 Conn, Boot & Sttoe Co, Ra El E UOiDY 28-30 East Mam St. THAT CHESHIRE RAID. The HigU-Tonod Drinking Fraternity and Waiter Scott's Hotel. Secretary Thrasher of the Law and Order league has made a statement con cerning the prosecution of Walter Scott for illegal liquor selling ia Cheshire. He says: Walter bcott has kept open house to certain well-known gentlemen of the 'high-roller" -class and neither the liquor law nor the moral law . have stood in tho way of whatever they have de manded. Some of the nicest people in the state have visited the place without knowing its true character. The people of Cheshire voted no-license with a full understanding that it was going to pre vent Waiter Scott from selling liquor. The matter was fully discussed both a year ago ana at the last election. He and his friends used all their influence and I am told a good deal of money was used to prevent a no-license law from being passed. , But it was passed and be came the law of the town. Soon the people saw that little or no heed was given to this law and thev appealed to the state league to assist in forming a local Law and Order league. After the league was formed Mr Scott made all sort3 of promises which he failed to keep. Then they asked me to investigate the place. Wanting to be perfectly sure or my ground. 1 took plenty of time. Then follows an account of the arrest and prosecutiou of Scott. The confiscation of such a large stock of choice liquors is the cause of all the rumpus, continues Mr Thrasher. Had the oflicers found but a few bottles and made their report as has been done too often, nothing would have been said, and the liquor would have been destroyed. As it is Mr Scott draws upon three cities, as well as upou his own town, for legal talent to save his liquors from destruc tion and himself from the cousequeuces of his own law breaking. But in spite of this formidable array of lawyers the liquors were ordered destroyed and an appeal was laken to tne vv aterbury ais triet court, and I suppose that during the pendency of the case Mr Scott and his armv of lawyers win appeal to tne sympathies of his high-toned drinking fraternity, and will use political and other influence to save this stock of tire water. I have a list of twenty men in the town of Cheshire who know what Scott's place has been and is, and I have a much larger list of his patrons who reside in Waterbury, New Britain, Meriden and Xew Haven, and the circumstances of their visits are known. If necessary I shall summou them all into court to tell what thev know. ' I did not want to do this and shall not do it now unless com pelled to. If. there is any qestiou about the law we would like to have it tested at this time. I have made the facts iu this case known to our directors and my ac lion has been heartily endorsed. liiese higu-toneu institutions are oftenthe places from which promising youiig men uegiu lives ua tusaipauuu which end in rum. Notice. T. F. Flynn, 39 Wolcott street, wishes to announce that he will open his hand- scmely remodeled place of business on Tuesday evening, November 19, and will be ready to welcome bis friends and tne public generally. Notice. A meeting of the Brioklayers and Ma sons' Union will be held Tuesday evening in American hall, to make airangements for attending the funeral c Brother Brcn nan. Sacred Heart Ghurcli AT City 1313,11, November IS to S3. ADMISSION 15 CENTS. B!ank Books. Our stock of Blank Books, Memoran dum Books and fine Leather goods of all kinds is much larger than heretofore. Visit cur new store for anything in this line an! we feel confident you will be pleased with the assortment and quality, of the goods. . Eclair & Co, 106 Bank SteeeL Opposite the Old Location.. Gold Defied. Boys and Men Protected From the Gold by -Wearing GILLMOK,, "irr I l' i' i r I ne I laxxer s Undervear, Gloves v and. Gaps.-- 25 Exchange Place. LEGAL LIGHTS AT M PASSAGE OF ARMS M THE CITY CC0HT THIS MORNING. Clerk Hrontoa Iterated to Accept JTtt mwi xsona ana aiso Declared That At torney Root TFa No Ctoed-Chif Eaa Lift t Man Oat of the CoWt Z&oozetk Ills Boot. City court this niorninz was as araa. ing as a circus and fun reihe4 gal era. Jiutee Lowe and Clerk Brcnsoh ,jtd a run in aad. Clerk Root ot tha strict court was snubbed. Chief rai md Detective Egan had a lew tiCEic-.ti soiree wun a spectator ana e?ea tha prisoners enjoyed the fori. 1 exes a Latanzzio, a ted 14, was charred with the theft of a tricycle from in front of the store of F. B. Field. She U tha daughter of of the complainant in the assault case tried yesterday. Clarence Templeton, a clerk, and William Thomr- sun, a umer lor .air xiem, laeatlaea the: wheel. It was taken from, in front of the store six weeks ago, one Saturday evening. The cirl was seen ridinsr it on Canal street a week ago. Detective Egan went to the girl's house last night ana got the wheel. She said her little brother brought it home nearly four months ago. Her father was requested to bring her to court this morning. After hearing the evidence Judsre Cavell said it would be an act of kind ness to send the girl to school where she would be taught something. He did not think the father was a proper custodian for the child. He found her not guilty of the theft of the machine. Attorney Webster at once proceeded to make out papers for her commitment to the industrial school. Judge Lowe asked that it be deferred, as he would see that her father sent the girl to schooL The papers were made out however. Then the little girl and her parents started to leave the room. Chief Egan intercepted them and the girl was taken into custody. Judge Lowe asked for an adjournment until to-morrow- It was granted and bonds were fixed at .$50. Judge Lowe by this time had become incensed at what he thought were railroad proceed ings in committing a girl, and he offered himself as bonds man. Then the fun started. Clerk Bronsou said: "You are not eligible as boudsmau, according to law." 4iWho saj-s so." asked Judge Lowe. "I do,' said the clerk. 4Yon ace her attorney, and the law says you cannot become a client's surety." "I disclaim all authority as her attor ney. 1 have finished that case and have not been retained in the other. J udge Co well interjected : "If he dis claim his attorneyship he is all right." uDo you disclaim it and will vou act to-morrow?" asked Attorney Webster. "1 have not been retained and $50 will have to be -put down as a retainer," said Judge Lowe. The spectators by thi.5 time had arisen in their seats. Those in the other rooms came iu to hear the show aud Judge Cowell sat back iu his seat and enjoyed it as a huge joke. Again did Clerk Bronson refuse thtiboad of Judge Lowe. The latter then got on his dignity. A'L,., want my bond accepted," he yelled. ".It is a strange thing if the clerk of this court can set himself up as boss. The court should decide. Tne. clerk should not cock up his nose with more authox--ity than the court. I dou't care a cent, about thej matter, but 1 want to have the question of authority settled right here. There are a do.eu around the court room whom I might get for bonds men." Clerk L. F. Boot of the district court sat near Judge Lowe. 4iIlere, Mr Boot, will vou go bouds," asked Judge Lowe. "Certainly," said Clerk Boot. "Will you recognize iu 50 for this girl's appearance," asked Judge Cowell. "I will," replied the clerk. Clerk Bronsou in the meantime had returned from the library where he had gone. When he heard that Clerk Boot had given bonds, he tossed the warrant" on the judge's bench saying: "He's no good, either." This woke up Clerk Boot, who was about to j reply when Judge Cowell ac cepted him as boudsmau. 'I will appear for this girl, if I live," said Judge Lowe.giving Clerk Bronson a parting shot. In the meantime the spectators started to leave the room. "Stop that man," said Chief Egan, and Detective Egau grabbed a well dressed stranger and quickly ushered him into the district court room. Here the chief, Detective Egan and the stranger held a few mo ments seance. The reporters and oth ers held their breaths and wondered what next was going to happen. SucT denlj there was a commotion in the dis trict court room, the door' leading to the corridor flew open ami the stranger went flying through, not, however, un til the toe of Chief Egan's number ten", with double soles, had reached beneath his coattails and assisted, him on his . journey.. The chief sent his foot after the man again,, but. the stranger was a sprinter aii soon, disappeared through; the front door.. Then the court attaches, recovered their breaths and the story was told. The raaa is one George Bardis, formerly in business- in Water bury. For some months he has been annoying a respectable young lady of this city- She is the daughter of very prominent people. He has followed her continuously and: made her life miserable.. Lately his attentions have been more marked and exceedingly annoving. He capped the climax by sending, the y ouug lady his picture; and a. very endearing love letter, written, on. . brown paper. She complained to the police. She did not care to have a public trial. She wanted the police to warn him and see if that would he of any use. While he sat among the spectators this morning his picture in the hands of. , Detective Egan betrayed him and Chief Egan taught him a lesson. George Williams, who has been in town for several weeks was arrested by Officer Noonan for being drunk. He has been hanging around the Wayside Inn. He was told to go back to Litchfield. Matthew Fly nu was charged with, noa support of his wife and four children. He was given sixty days William, Hlckey was fined 5 and costs for drunk c nness. NOTICE- James M. Lynch will waifcupoiLDEM OCKAT subscribers who are in arrears and we trust and expect that subscribers will make his duties light. Itfartia. Scully, who has attended to the collec tions for several years, owing" to his re pcrtorial duties is- unable to attend ta the collertidns. Your Money back fop the a.3kmg