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WATERBUKY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAST, NOYEMEEB 19, 1895.
CITY NEWS. v The county commissioners w ill be in eessiou in the City hall all day to-inor-tow for the purpose of granting licenses. The extension of Washington street willtake nineteen feet off the Washington school lot at Baldwin street. increasing as It proceeds until it finally cuts off the full tridth of the street at the east end of the grounds. The buckle shop well, "which will fe arched over, will occupy a plaee in ( e center of the new street. RealEs' le Agent W.J. Schlege! has exchange jwiXik James McLean one of bis two farfiilv houses and barn on Mid dle street,. SimmonsvUIe for Mr Mc Lean's farm of one hundred' acres with Stock and buildings in the town of Wol cott, about eleven mile3 from Water bury The new ambulance of the Waterbury Furniture Co. was on the streets for the first time today, in charge otUndertaker Lynch and drawn by a noble gray steed. It is a beautiful specimen, painted pure white, the wheels fitted with solid rub ber tires. It is modern in every respect and was built by Brownell of New Bed ford. RightEev Bishop Tlerney will bless the new Catholic cemetery in Wood bury next Thursday. The place is in Father O'Donneirs parish and is one of the most desirable locations in the town of Woodbury for purposes of this kind. It contains an acre and a quarter of land and is a gift from the authorities to St John's parish. Key Father Shan ley will preach the sermon. . The funeral of John Mulvaney was largely attended this morning from his late residence, 727 Baldwin street, to St Patrick's church where a mas& of re quiem was celebrated by Rev Father heehan. She'pallbearers were Michael Donovan, James Quintan, Michael Whelan,James Garven, Thomas McAvoy and Robert Sheehan. There were a num ber of beautiful floral tributes. Inter ment was in Calvary cemetery. Owing to the inability of the commit tee to secure the services of a suitable speaker, the Patrick Sarstield club has abandoned the idea of holding a public celebration on the occasion of the an niversary of the 3Ianchester Martyrs, on November 23. The club will com memorate the event, however, with a banquet and supper in ilellmaun's hall, and, later, a lecture will be given,, to which the public will be invited. The Xew Haven Leader's Southiugton correspondent writes: Wing Sins:, one of the Center street laundrj men, was in trouble yesterday. James Gill of Wa terbury wanted Oflicer Dutton to arrest hlni because Sing would not deliver his laundry to him. 3Ir Gill came over to visit his parents here and dur ing the week sent some laundry to the Chinaman by his sister. All the satisfaction he could get out of Sing yesterday was : "Xicee girlee. nicee firlee.' The ticket was shown to John ut. without effect further than "Me giva to nicee girlee." Sing hung- on to the shirts despite the protests of the owner and Officer Dutton's advice. HORSES AND HORSEMEN, It is rumored that next season may see Doble in charge of the trotters of the Rus sian royal stud. ' Merry Chimes, 3:08, has joined the list 6i producing sons of Chimes. He Is the sire, of Merry Bells, 2:25. Trotting bred park horses seem to fill tbfl bill that is, judging from the prices obtained for them at recant sales., Rubinstein, 2:06)4, is now owned ex clusively by the Laird family, an interest held by an outsider in the stallion having been recently acquired by the three broth-era- Bouncer, 2:10, winner of the great Transylvania and. other split heat, races this season, was worked last winter by TT. J. Andrews on the covered track at Buf falo. . j Some of tho young Axtells which havo been worked in their yearling form this past summer have shown greater promise than any of tho youngsters by that siro yet broken. ' Hiram Scoggan sold a yearling, piater to Applegate to J. J. McCafferty for $3,000, and afterward;, repenting, offered &500 ad vance to get her back, but McCafferty kept-her. C. J. ITamlin want3 to take Fantasy and Nightingale to Europe next year and match one for a mile and tho other for any distance, for fun. or money, agMnst all comors. Manila Scott, now holds the world's run ning, record at 7)j furlongs, having trav ersed that distance at ..tha Bay District track, San Franciaco, in 1:23. She car ried 90 pounds. Tomniy Brifcton is now the 3-year-old racing chr.mpion, his mile in 2:15 being the liost over trotted by a colt of his ago in a. race, and. most especially praiseworthy for the reason, that- the last quarter was trotted at a 2: 0 9, gait. Nightingale has won over- $-10,000 dur ing ho? turf, caroor;. Skoitld. sho ha sent to Europe it is unlikely that oven tho very best in. that eountry could mnko her 6tretch her cbestnut neck, in raco3 of two miles or. longer. Horseman. GLEANiNGS.. Tho American wives of English hus bands aro Americana by American law, English by English law. Tho tendency in modern building in England is toward the abolition of stairs in favor of incllnod planes. The Massachusetts supreme court has decided, that, a man must not catch, trouts im his own; brook with, a net.. The Japaneso method: of lacquering-is gald to be at least 2, 000 years old.. Pieees made ten centuries ago are ntill axhibitod. Two recent! visitors to tho North Powder river,' Ortf?on, brought back factions of flr bark 16 inches thick. They pay they so.w very many trees with bark over a foot thiok. More than 185,000' persons committed Buicida in tho different countries of the world during tho year ending Sept. GO, 1895. This is an Increase of nearly 20.000 aver 1804. New teeth sometimes appear in tho jaws of persons of ndvn need ago from the. fact that there ore occasionally in thtr jaw nioro teeth, than there i3 room for them to devel op, and. when tho old drop out the now thereforo. appear; Library students in . Paris now wear "muzzles' whon perusing old books in the. HaAlonal library,. ' ' not because there is. fisar they will bite the old voltnnea, but to pre vont the Inhalation of tho book microbes into theii lungsJ" AH the Sags for British ships of wary ex cept tho royal standards, aro made in tho government dockyards, .antf the enormous, number required may bo Judged from the fact that in the color loft at Chatham alone about 18.000 flags are made in a vear. C0NTAGI0USD1SEASE HOSPITAL. A Bulldiug of Simple Desijrn But With Many Interesting: Points. Architect Jackson's plans for the new hospital for contagious diseases call for a brick building. The main pail will be 18 by 33 feet, two stories high. A Wing 20 by 33 feet i and one story high will contain bath room and nnrse room. The main part of the first floor contains kitchen and doctors room. An isolating corridor, well ventilated, cuts of the main part from the sick ward. The ward is well lighted; contains ten cots and has flues for fumigation and ventilation. The second story contains cook's room, supply room and nurse's room. The exterior is plain and simple in de sign. TRAIN SERVICE CHANGED. Limited Boston Express Not to Bun to Fonjjhkeepsie. The important announcement was made last eveuiiig that the two limited United States express trains ruuning tween Boston and Poughkeepsie by vfiy of Waterbury, Danbury and Hopewell junction over the New England and the Philadelphia & Heading railroad will soon undergo important changes as the suit of the new management of the Xew England road.; It is understood that af ter December these trains will onty run between Boston and Hartford over the tracks of the New England, going thence oyer the Xew York, New Haven & Hart ford railroad to Xew York. The west bound train now leaves Boston at 7 p. m. and Waterbury at 11 :43, and the east bound train leaves Waterbury at 3:43 a. m., arriving in Boston at 8:20. The trains were established nearly three years ago, and much regret exists along the western division of the XewEngland road over their prospective diversion to the Xew Haven system west of Hart ford. COLONEL MURPHY'S ORDERS. Hibernian Rifles Must Drill an Hour and a Quarter, Once a Week. The following order has just been sent out by Colonel T. J. Murphy of the Hibernian rifles, to the members of the staff: "The regular drills of the different commands of the regiment will com mence Xovember IS, 1805, and continue one night every week. Until further order each organization will drill one hour and fifteen minutes and will devote one evening each month to extended order and guard duty. The captains of the several comma'nds will be held ac countable for strict compliance with the above orders, and captains will report the attendance and gain and loss of their companies once a month, immediately after the last drill in each month. ANNUAL MEETING. Three Hundred Delegates at tho Confer ence of CongTegntlonal Churches. The twenty-ninth annual meeting of the general conference of the Congrega tional churches of Connecticut opened in the audience room of the Second Congregational Church at 2 o'clock this afternoon and will continue for two days. About 300 dele gates are present. The meeting was called to order by Attorney Gross of Hartford and the Rev Dr Phillips of New Haven offered pn'er. An address of welcome was delivered by the I?ev J". G. Davenport, which was followed by a business meeting, including the reports of officers and short addresses. Every Congregational church of Con necticut is represented by either one or two delegates. Among the delegates are Railroad Commissioners Woodruff of Litchiieid and Seymour of Eidgeiield. The committees in charsre of the con ference are r : Standing committee: Llewellyn Pratt, James W. Bixlar, John G. Davenportj William H. Moore, II. Gardner Talcott and George Deming. Committee on entertainment: -From I he First church, Dr Anderson, George W. Beach, F. B. Hoadley; from the Sev ond church, W- H. Camp, James S. ICailey, 1 K.Hyde, jr. The delegates are being assigned to places by a co: miltee consisting of W. H. Camp and a. v. liatie. CABLE CARS COLLIDE. Three Men Fatally Injured at Brooklyn This IVIoriiinn:. Xew Yoriv, Nov 10. A rear end col lision between cable cars-' occurred on the Brooklyn end of the Brooklyn bridge at 7:10 o'clock this morning. Three men were fatally injured. Those fatally injured are Thomas-: Cooper conductor; George Granite a resident of East 115th street, this city, and Thomas Schaffer, resi dence unknown. Most of the injured persons, were taken to St Peter's hos pital in Brooklyn. The- collision was due to the dense fog which, .prevailed at the time. Conductor Cooper stuck to his post and did everything in his power toi prevent the collision. . STRUCK BY A TRAIN. Tliomaston Man Went to Sleep Besido the Trackr. A farm hand employed by M. Han- lej- of Tliomaston went to sleep ou the ZSaugJitucitrcaa tracks at Two Mile bridge, above Thomast.on this afternoon.. He -was struck by the switch train, in charge of Conductor Buuce and En gineer Clark. The only injuries sus tained by the man, consisted of a bad scalp wound, and a bruised arm. lie was tauen aooaraine train ana Drougiu ito the Tliomaston station,. FostoflSce Kobtetlfc Taunton, Mass, Xov19. The post oSlce at DSghton was entered by burg lars last night and everything of value taken. The loss is not known. The strangers who go up- tne railvrny, to Vesuvin3, in spite of the long journey (eight hours there and back) and the high price:(t), number about 10,000 yearly. Life is to be fortified by many friend ships. To love and to be loved is the. greatest happiness, of existence. Syd ney Smith, BROOKLYN BRIEFS. The Xew England Kailroad com pany has decided to discard the old gates at the Bank street crossing and erect more suitable ones- instead. The old shaft. was not. low enough to avoid the frost and during the winter season it was out of repair about half the time. The new shaft will be buried in a tunnel five feet deep and workmen have quite a job on had making the excavation. P. J. Shea, drum major for Hell mann's Advance drum corps, will go to Hartford to-morrow night to compete for the championship medals offered by the Father Matthew drum corps. It is thought by his friends that he will not have much of a chance against Bunnell of Merideu and Xewton of IlnrtforcL. the former having been champion for two years and the latter for the five years preceding. At the Same time it is hoped that he will not get rattled the way he did in Meriden at the last contest, which is something unusual for him to do. ' AMUSEMENTS. Sawtella Dramatic Company. The Sawtelle Dramatic company ongh to feel very proud of their opening night Standing room only was - all that was left at 8 o'clock. The comedy drama 'Phoenix" was the bill of fare. Hun dreds were turned away and they missed a very good performance. Mr Sawtelle himself, in the dual role of Carroll Grave and Jim Bludso, was very clever. The specialties were new and catchy and the whole cast did themselves justice. It is a company excelling the usual reper toire companies and should receive much patronage for the rest of the weeki Wants, For Sale, To Rent. TO RENT Blacksmith shop, formerly oc cupied.by John Dotnpeey. Noll Jefferson street. Inquire of Euffece McCarthy, 326 East Main street. . FOR SALE A litter of Scotch collie pups. Inquire Michael McGrath. 2 Magill street FOR RENT. Tenement of 3 or 4 rooms, also a barn, at 173 Maple street. P. Gil more. TO RENT Tenement of 3 rooms, second lloor. 85 Charles street. TWO American Girls wish sitnatiors as waitresses or chambermaids in Water bury or Nausatuek, Address Mary Foley. Naugatuck. Conn. A RESPECTABLE young man would like board and ro.-m. Address A. 13. Care Demockat office. FURNISHED ROOMS to rent Accommoda tions for transients, nt No 31 Jelleraon street. Mrs Place, proprietor. CARPETS We haTe received a larg- consignment of carpets in lengths of frcm 5 to 60 yards These are new goods and cf all qu ilities, and must be sold within ten dajB regard less of oost. Sale commencing Saturday, Nov 9ih. - Exchange Flirmture Co, BLUE FRONT. 25 and 27 Abbott Avenue. illl I S3? Special Prices IN Boys' 'Clothing. Boys' Ulsters, from 4 to 14 years, regular price 3.50 ; our price $2.00. Boys' Cape Overcoajs, from 4 to 14 years regular price $3.50 ; our price 12.00. Boys' All Wool Rib Cheviot Suits, regular price- 4.00 ; our price f2.50. , Boys' Fancy Reefer Suits, regular price 5.00; our price $2.50. Boys' Overcoats, sizes 4 , to 15, all wool, .warranted ; regu lar prices 5, $6, $T and 8. OUR PRICE $2.50 each. This is one of the greatest values ever offered by any clothing house in the city. Boys's Shetland Ulsters, reg ular prices $5 and $6; our price $350. Boys' Chinchilla Ulsters, reg ular prices $7 and $8; our price $2.50. Boys' Short Pants, the 50c kind, for 25c; the 75c kind for 47c; the 1.00 kind for 72c. The greatest line of Boys' Sweaters, Gloves and Caps that can be found in the city. We are the Boys' Clothiers of W aterburyv We carry more stock tha,n any two houses in the city. Bring in the Boys and get just what you want, at just the price you want. Every Artiole Warranted and One Low Price. r Co Fa .ftSRi B " Id? Kildutf & Go. CentoH Bros. I7ew Shopping Hart, 142-144-146-148 S. MAIN ST., (Opp. ScovllI St.,) U7 BANK . STREET, (Opp. Waterbury National Book.) ELEGANT NEW NOVELTIES IN BLACK and COLORED SILK and WOOL - Dress Placed on Sale this week. Many of them RICH and I INEXPENSIVE. j Colored Dress Goods Elegant new Scotch clan plaid effect, same as 1 25 goods, choice 12Jo Double fold English cashmeres, 2Q quality, this week lOo Rich figured and shot effects, worth 15c, this week . Hi 33 inch fine henriettas, the regular 21o quality, this week 17c 42 inch crcpon dress goods, cheap for 47c, only 35c 3S inch all wool ladies' cloth, regular price 35e, only 25 o 42 icch all wool Henrietta cloth, silk finish, cheep at 39o, 29o 33 inch new lebretta cloth illnmin- at'd. worth 60c, 35c 40 inch fine crepoa check suiting, worth 59s, 42ic I'iO inh boncle har? r,er cloth and bocrret, worth GGc.'nia week 49o Elegant lin'a cf 45 inch figured French snitirg, worth 1 00. for C9c Very choice silk striped plaids, new deigna, 73c quality, for 49o Elegant new plaids, the 100 quality, fcr 75c Very choice silk mixed nonvete and bcncla, 1 00 quality, this week 79o Exceptional values in rich bouoles and rough suitings, worth 1 15 to 125, choice 9Se 54 icch rich storm serge and cheviots, cheap for 89c, 69o Special value in fine velvet corduroys, all shades, 30 inches wide, cheaD for 10 69c Black Dress Goods. One lot of Bnglish cashmeres aad fancy suiting, cheap for 12c, this werk llo Very ctci?6 fgared oclaire, 203 quality, 15c Ei;gart fine he&rietta cloth, worth 22c, ISc Exceptional valns in creponfttte3 and Gsajt'd mohiir?, worth 3"5c, this week . 25c 42 inch all wool silk finished hen- rif tta, worth 39c, this wek 29c 30 ii ch m ro3n nfcirtlng, 3fo Jquality 25c 27 U c i raccift skirtic, ;.03 quality, 39c Special vlas in crepcnttes and . fancy figuied Tr?ss goods, wcrth SOc, tlis wf els 39o e4 inch all wcl fgured cheviots, worth 75o( fnr 69o Hkb crepes, 75c quality, this week 62o 54 inch wk!e wale diagonal serge, cheap at 1 00, now C96 10 pitefs.. fen-y figured soliels and houcics, wort:: 1 00, this week 75d 10 pieceB cf lich fiatift effects with m hiir figu'ol, 1 20 quality, thi3 veih 98c Exceptionfel values in buucles, cr?pons atid shevroa suiliug? at 1 25 to 1 89 Dress and Waist Silks and Satins. Rich satins, colored and blaok, 353 qxilitr. 21o 24 rrch til silk habitcs, newest color ings, chf ap at 35c, this week 25c 20 piects of rich new novelty suitings and wash silis, cheap at 50c, this week 33c 10 pieces of rich pique striped and hxrod Bilks, worth 66c, thia week 45o 20 pifces of elegant illuminated surahs, tha 75c quality - 49o 24 icch rich black dress goods and fascy figured silk3, cheap for 89o, thia wesk 69c Rich black groa grain dress silks, 756 quality 59o 24 inch very choice eros grain and tatin duchesa 8ilk3, 100 quality, this week ? 75o 24 inch extra quality satin duchfss and rich gros rain silks, very cheap at 1 25, choice 98c 27 inch finest satin duchess and rich est gros grain silks, very cheap at 1 75, this wek 1 25 Ion- Bros, New Shopping Mart 142-144-146-148 SotJTH Main Street, (Opp. Scovill St.) Reab Esthasce, 147 Bank St, Opposite Waterbury National Bank. Best Gilt Edge Creamery Butter, 23c pound, 41.2 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 hour, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays, from 8 a, m. to 4 p. m. 13r Walters. Dr E. R. Patzold, Surgeon Dentist Fine gold and silver fillings a specialty. Also fine gold and EOcCKS porcelain crown and AFTER bridge work. Satisfaction guananteed ox money refunded. Very moderate prioes. Consultatton in English, and German, Open. Evenings. WHITE . BUILDING, OPP P. O. 90 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn. Goods, Con t ft A DCX Best Set of Teeth, $8.00. Fine gold fillings, $1 and up Teeth filled with silver 0o and 75 o Teeth cleaned Too TeeUrcxtraroted. 2c Gas or air administered 2oo We never wedge the taeth before filling. Teeth extracted without pain, by the use of gas, or. By der'a Vitalized Air. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty RYDER'S JDENTAI PARLORS. DR F. L. BYDER. 133 Bank StreeL Over Miss Fitzpatrick's millinery store. The only dentist by tha name of RYDER in the city. Do You Want a Couch? Now would be a good time to secure cne, as we are having a ppecial sale of Couches this week not the cheap est or the very expensive oncs.but we are showing a new line of the well made ones at moderate prices. Within the reach of alL Ltt us interest you in the subject. J.M. Burra!l& Co, "The Old Reliable." 60 Bank St. UNDERTAKING In Ari Its Bsa.nches. Telephone to D. II. Stewabt. 101 Franklin Street, Messenger Bov for C. E. Setmour, 184 Maplo Street. Now Is Your Time To Get .'Oao of Those Mire Turkeys The same in quality as last year. Give us your order And you will set the Turkey, v,-. ntnr,f mip sn Tfiiisinfi Td loo Cran berries, and 80 Tomatoes. The best ever sold. Our 25e Butter is the best qunl'ty ol butter ever sold. Call and try a pound. Tv'e havo fancy evaporated haspbernes 22c per pound. - . t l-;u rf Trnnflv tn sell for $ 1.C0 ner gallon; and extra nice syrup 30c if you bring a pail ; caftnot get it in a jug. Headquarters on prices of Oats and Gram. Call In and see us. N.W. Heater, 26 and 29 North Main street. Not Marked Up. Clothing Sale at 116-1181 East Main St Men's,. HANI)-, GMidreifs Suits, Overcoats, Ulsters, Pants, and a full line of furnish- ing goods. HOUSE. St. Patrick's Block. Special offer for ten days . One lot of Men's fine beaver Overcoats of the latest style make, and very fine finish, at 9 50, other dealers sell the same for 13 00. 5 dozen of all wool Jersey, black overshirts at 50c, worth 100. To look over our stock is putting money in your pocket,, z" A very good boy's cape over coat size 3 to 14, for 1 50, can not be bought anywhere else less tHan 2 50. 10 d&z camels hairsox, 2 pair for 25, worth 25c each. Smalt expenses and smaller profits has made our store to be a money-saving place for the puunc. . - Respectfully, Boston Clothing House 116-118 E. Main St. Opposite the Church, ! Waterbury, Conn. Boys Two Greai Facts The People of Tliis City and Vicinity Want urniture, Sodding end Stoves. . Tliat's one of tlie great facts. The other great fact is this. We have a large variety of Parlor, Chamber, Sitting Boom, 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 see 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. . E. Lewis, 118-20 South Main St. 5 Pounds of Big Plump California RAISINS, This Week Only....... The ETaterbury Grocery Go, Importers and Fancy Grocers, 163-5 BANK STREET. The Automaton Piano Among tha many wonderful inventions of the nineteenth century few, if any, are destined to leave such an indelibla im pression, or exercisa suoh an unmi3t&fc. able influence on the home and musical culture of the present generation. The Self Playing Piano By means of a single attachment which can be fitted to any piano, thousands of people unable to play may cf tivate and gratify their taste for music. Gall at our warerooms and see and hear thia wonder ful piano. Driggs 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. Skirting the ssaccast for 18 hours in the beautiful, fast, new Steamshipa of the minion Line and returning leisurely by rail. Ticiets 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 Point Comfort and Sichmond, istflniiing cost of hotel, for $16.00 and $17.00. Favcrite occa asd rail rout to Atlanta, Ga. Special-Ewes on account of the Cot ton 8Ute Exposittea. Sani foi cr,r of "PILOT," containing description of short ena d!iUfil. trips. . 01D DOFilNIOH S. S. COHPAllY.. Pies 26, Ntu rER. New Yobx; W. L. GUILL.UJUF.U. Yi5-Fr?D6 apd Tt2)c Muagr. L Old Do