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Garments. We have just received the new est and best Hygienic Sleeping Garments in the world. They con tain only the finest natural wool, specially prepared, and will not shrink or turn color. All sizes, for men, woman and children. The prices are not high. Ladies' Hosiery. Ladies' Black Fleece Lined Hose, extra good value at 25c a pair. 25 doz Ladies' Fast Black Hose, full regular made; goods that usually retail at 19c, for 12c a pair. 100 doz Ladies' Heavyweight Hose, Victoria black; best wearing hose in the city; either all black or with white feet; 25c a pair. 50 doz Ladies' Medium Weight Hose, Victoria black, with black feet. Special price 20c a pair. Agents for the Staten Island Dyeing and Cleaning Establish ment. Also the Standard Patterns and Publications. BANK STREET, WATERBUKY. Our Nails Hold. They're made that way. In fact, everything we sell are made to last and if you didn't keep on building up the town we'd have to go out of business. Anything Else Besides Nails If there is anything in the hardware line we haven't got, let us know and we'll thank you for the information. p. j: bolan, 90 and 94 Bank Street. White Front. Tel 134. Foot Ball Goods Evervthino in fhfi WfM Foot Ball line. Spe cial prices to clubs. pf Call and examine line. D. B. Wilson's 13, 15, 17 East Main St. All Wool Extra Super Ingrains 50c, regular 65 o quality Extra Super Ingrains, 38c, regular price 50c Parlor Fringed Shades, 35c each Finest Wilton Velvets, $1.00 per yd, regular price $1,50 Also thousands of rolls of wall paper at xactly half price at our annual clearing Sale. s The L. F. Haase co, 158 to 168 Geakd Sieeet. KELLY SAYS: I Receive EGG Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of each week. I warrant them strictly Fresh AT 28 Cents a Dozen. If they are not what I say they are, bring- them back and get your money. mm s s WATERBUItY CITY NEWS. The Sawtelle Dramatic company at the opera house to-night. meeting of the Bricklayers' and Masons' union will be held this evening. .Special forecast for Connecticut: threatening and light rain or snow to night ; colder Wednesday evening. There will be a race at the driving park to-morrow, open to Litchfield horses only, for a purse and supper. Administration papers on the estate of Robert C. Todd of Wolcott were granted to Shelton Hitchcock to-day. Iiev Father Treanor, who is a member of the diocesan board, is .in Hartford to day, conducting the examination of the parochial school. Mrs Kate Hayes, mother of City Edi tor C. P. Hayes of the Globe, returned home Sunday after spending several months at her birth place in Ireland. The funeral of Ferguson Dowd will take place from his late residence, 562 West Main street, to the church of the Inmiaeeulate Conception at S ;30 o'clock to-morrow morning. In the course of his address at St Mary's church yesterday, Rev Father Harty eulogized the late Kev John 11. Duggan of Waterbury, who was at one time assistant pastor of St Mary's. Xe w Britain Record. A little boy named Ilackett, yesterday found a package containing nine pillow cases, which evidently had' been "lifted" from some clothes line, near the bauk of the river in the rear of East Main street. The owner may obtain the same at No 751 East Main street. The funeral of Michael J. Brennan will take place from his late residence,13 Hopkins street, to the Immaculate Con ception church at 9 :30 o'clock to-morrow morning. Members of the Bricklayers' and Masons' union will attend the funeral. The board of health held an executive session last night and talked over plans for the rjroposed new contagious disease hospital. Plans, as submitted by Ar chitect Jackson, were approved, and it was voted to submit the same to builders for bids. The fair of the church of the Sacred Heart will reopen this evening. A good stage entertainment will be provided un der the direction of Mrs Lucien Wolff, organist of the choir. Great interest is being taken in the voting contest for a tire truinnet. audit is h.nvl tn which company will be the winner. At a meeting of the Concordia Singing society, last night, Professor II. Saro, the new leader, was made the re cipient of $100, the receipts of the conoert given to introduce him here a short time since. Chairman Buetnerof the committee of arrangements made the presentation speech. A Southington correspondent writes : "A cider brandy fiend from Waterburv was going through Marion yesterday af ternoon abusing his horse when the horse tired of his treatment, kicked the shafts and dasher into splinters and oth erwise wrecked it. With the help of by standers the remains were tied up with strings that he might return. "Acres of Diamonds" was the fascinat ing theme of,Russell II. Conwell before the Y. M. C. A. and their friends in Leavenworth hall last night. The pur pose of Mr Conwell's lecture was to show that in most cases people can do about as well in their own town as they can elsewhere if they would only use a little energy. He cited several instances where men had given up their farms and gone to other parts to seek for wealth and afterwards learned that fortunes were being made on their former hold ings. He told of a man who went all over the world looking for diamonds and was killed, while the mines of Golcona were discovered on his abandoned farm. A Pennsylvanian, he said, sold his place for SS33 and went to Canada to prospect for coal oil and afterwards learned that his former farm yielded millions of dol lars worth of coal oil. ;. The committee of the court of com mon council to whom was. referred the matter of assessing benefits and damages arising from the widening of West Main street held an executive session last night and after much deliberation de cided that the Waterbury Traction Co. should contribute something towards making the change, for the daugerous condition of the street at this point is due to the presence of the compauv's rails. Inasmuch as the committee did not know what powers it had in this matter it was voted that the clerk be in structed to request the city attorney to inform the committee at its next meet ing if the city can assess benefits and damages against the Traction company for a work of this nature. It seemed to be the opinion that all property owners atthis point should be assessed some thing to meet the expense of doing the work, for it is plain that where one man was benefited to the ampunt of 9S1 those in his immediate vicinity must be benefited to some extent. The commit tee will hold another meeting on Mon day evening, November 25. Sweat Shop Fire. Newt York, Nov 19. The six story building at 9S Clinton street was gutted by fire this morning. It was occupied by a candle factory and sweat shop. One man was fatally injured y jump ing from a window. One charred body was taken from the ruins. Several per sons were seriously injured. Dead in a Brook. Westport, Nov 19. Eugene, Warren, aged 45, was found dead in a brook at Conipo this morning with his head in six inches of water. Whether he com mitted suicide, or death was accidental, is not known. timelyTqpIcsT ' Special low prices on high grade cloaks to-morrow at Cumin's. - Sterling goods retailed at wholesale prices is the plaiu statement made by the Rochester Clothing Co. For the latest styles in winter derby hats call on S. M. Kern. His 2 hat is a world breaker. T. F. Flynn, 39 Wolcott street, will open his new store next Tuesdav evening- The Miller & Peck Co have bought a lot of furs at half price. They expect to begiu the sale at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning. See the beautiful exhibition in E. T. Turner & Co's north window. E. II. Davis & Co announce a reduc tion in the price of laundry work. EVENING DEMOCRAT, MARSHAL CARMODY WANTS HIM. Arthur Van 2iolts Who Was Yesterday Bound Over For Burglary. Arthur Van Nolts, the Darien burglar, was tried before Justice Schildknect yes terday ami bound over to the next term of the superior court under $1,000 bonds. Deputy United States Marshal Carmody has been in search of Van Nolts for some months. He is wanted by the United States authori ties. Yesterday Marshal Carmody received word from Stamford that Van Nolts was in custody iu Darien. He sent a letter to the keeper of the county jail of Bridgeport asking him if he would turn Van Nolts over to the United States authorities. He lias not yet re ceived a reply. Marshal Carmody does not know what the charges are against Van Nolts. He received orders from headquarters to be on the lookout for him. The charges, however, are be lieved to be forthe fraudulent use of the mails. Some months ago Van Nolts lived iu Branchville, twelve miles from Danbury, on the Dan bury and Norwalk line. He advertised.it is alleged,a valuable collection of postage stamps and sent circulars through the mails. A woman in New York sent ou her money but re ceived no return and the United States authorities were notified. This is be lieved to be the charge against him, al though Marshal Carmody knows nothing about it. The New Creation. Have you seen the latest UP TO DATE Production in Hat wear? It is pronounced the nobbiest style produced this season. Our line is complete in the fashionable Colors and in many qualities. What is Correct in Hatwear is shown always at . OHASE, Exchange Place. The Miller & Peck Go. FURS! New Yoek. Not 16, 1895. . The Miliar & Peck Co. Waterbury, Conn. Gentlemen: To close out our Fur Garments we are prepared to name prices that will merit your attention and enable you to place tho goods before your trade low enough to ensure a ready sale. If inter ested an enquiry in person or by mail will command our best attention. Youra Respectfully. The above speaks for itself. In accordance therewith we bought yes terday about 100 Fur Garments, At about 50o on the dollar. We hope to receive them in time to place them on sale Mnesilay Horning -A.t E O'clock- The Lot includes Persian Lamb, Electric and China Seal, Coney and Astrakhan, Wool Seal & Marten. The Miller k Peck Co I Wrict of Waterbury. ss Probate Court Lf ov 19. 1S95. Estate of Johanna Mullany. lateof Water bury in said district deceased. The . executrix having exhibited his administration account -with said estate to this court for allowance, it is Ordered That! tho 23st day of November A. D. 1895 at 9 o'clock in the forenoon at the Probate Office in aterbury. be and the same is assumed. for a hearing on the allowance of said administration account, with said estate, and this court directs the executrix to cite all persons interested therein to appear at said time and place, by publishing this order in some newspaper published in Waterbury. wew Haven County and having a circiiSEation in said district. Eobset A. Lowe. Judge. DISTRICT OP WATERBURY. ss Probate Court. Nov IS, 189N. , Estate of Peter J. Francois of Waterbury. m said district, assigning debtor. The voluntary assignment of the saiddebtor having been lodged in this office for record and probate thereof, and Porter L. Wood of Y aterbury. being m sa id assignment nomi nated as trustee for said Estate, therefore Pedeekd that the 25th day of Nov. 1895. at clock forenoon.be. and the same is hereby assigned for a hearing on the ap proval of said trustee, and that all persons Interested therein may have notice to appear. It they see cause, and be heard thereon, this Court directs that this order be published three times in a newspaper having a circu lation m said Probate District before said time assigned forsaid hearing. By order of the Court. James J.Cassin. Clerk of Probate. TENTH ANNUAL Concert and Reception BY THE .Acme Club AT Jacques' Auditorium, "F'ricia.y. Nov 22nd. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1895. ivcrcoat Tali. Never in our history have we felt that we should win the confidence of the people, as we do this season on our line, of Overcoats, values, true, honest values we have to show, regular purse-openers you could rightly call them. All we ask is that you look our large stock over, the rest we wHl leave to your own good judgment. Our Leader. v It may he a hobby of our to show something better than someone else. It's a way we have, and our Standard Blue and Black, all wool Kersey Overcoats at 10.00 show it. Made to fit all Shapes and Sizes, in Eegulars, Longs and Stouts. No man so large, no man so tall that we cannot Overcoat him at this price. Regular sizes,. 34 to 50. Stout sizes, 36 to 50. Long sizes, 34 to 48. It's got 15.00 worth of style, quality and wear to it, and will suffer 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. Our better grades at 15.00, 20.00 and 22.00, are Sterling makes and values. At $15.00. We give you a Blue or Black llersey Overcoat, cut in Regu lars, Longs and Stouts, made and trimmed honestly, with heavy silk shoulders and clay worsted linings.'.- Compare with others sold outside lor $18.00. At $20.00. We can give you a heavy blue or black Kersey or Melton or a genuine 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 over- coat has been a great seller this season, makes a nice comfort able change from the plain, smooth Kerseys and Meltons so much in use. We can give vyou a Rogers, Peet & Co blue or black Iver sey overcoat, cut. in regulars, longs and stouts, and made as no other house can make an overcoat. It has the style and durability, with an absence of that ready-made look to it. If its the coat that makes the man, surely the Rogers, Peet & Co coat will do it. Look in our north window for overcoats. Boys' Overcoats A 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 k Co, . Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers, 96-98 BANK ST. Popular Prices. P Tl Ttariraita 43 to 58 South Main St Special Sale of Blankets We will offer for the balance of this week, 10 cases of hand some blankets, purchased before the rise in raw material, at a very small advance from cost, to make a furore in this depart ment. Note the prices : One case extra good blankets, with neat borders, at 69c a pair. One case much better, with a handsome variety of borders, at 79o a pair. One case extra 11-4 blankets, rith hand some borders, at 98o a pair. One case , ranch better 11-4 blankets, with fine borders, at 1 19 a pair. One case of wool blankets, well worth 3 00 per pair, full size at 2 69 a pair. White Shoe Stor A Few prices That Should NEED OF Men's Genuine Grain Shoes, Men s Heavy wrorkincr Shoes. Men's Satin Calf Bal and Cong, all styles, Men's Genuine Calf Bal and Con all stvles, i ZTn 8 wonSla lvl button, all styles, 1 00, 1 25 and 1 50. Our ladies 2 00 Shoes are the best in the city. We have them in lace and button, razor, opera, Philadelphia and common sense toes. Misses and children's shoes from 50o to 1 25. Boys and youths' all solid shoes 1 00 to 1 no. These Goods Should be Seen to bo Appreciated LUCY '& HTZGEBALD, Shoe Distributers. 116 State Street, New London, Conn, SS Biuk Street, Waterbury, Conn Not Much Time to Give to Advertising TET WE WANT To Say a Word or Two. We are very busy and thank our numerous patrons for it. We have good3 things in abundance. Come and See. Goods that are pretty and practical. Stylish and substantial. Sensible and sentimental Furniture of every description. Dont fail to see our line of Sideboards. Dinin Tables and Chairs. Carpets. , An endless variety of Floor Coverings. Crockery. Dinner, Tea and Toilet sets and all sorts of odd pieces. Sole IgentsFer the Famous EcnseMd and OsakerRanps. Heaters of every description. . The volume of business in thi department has grown so large that we have been compelled to use extra room in the Bauby buildin on Brook street. Pricos in each department the very lowest. Prompt and careful attention given to every detail. Fi P" e WW lW IIB wi 111 South MAMMOTH HOUSE FURNISHERS AND FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS . Jg Cash or easy terms of payment. M. BERGIN & SOKfS, Undertakers And Funeral Directors. The best equipped house in New Eng land, with everything of the most modern type for the business. Hacks and Hearses of the best and everything contained in the one building. GorSo Mafr & Scovlll Sts Telephone. A night clerk. Am bulance on call. "low is the Time" TO BUT ffugent's Bed Bug Killer IT'S A SURE KILLER. Nugent's Roach Exterminator We will guarantee or refund your money. Any physician's Prescriptions accurately com pounded at the lowest prices in the city. fagent's Pharmacy, Cor So Main and Soovill Sts. Johh F. Faulost, Mgr. TV rl t Te!ephone154l2 One case much better wool blankets, us nally retailed at 3 50, at 2 98 a pair. One case extra super wool blankets, full size, fine wool handsome borders, at 3 48, worth 4 25. Fine California blankets, at 3 48 up wards. This i3 no doubt the grandest opportu nity to purchase your winter's supply of these necessary articles, at less than the goods can be replaced to-day. Interest You If You are in F00TWEAB. (bargain) 1.50 1.25 1.50 2.00 d Co,, 1113 i Main Street. E. T. Turner & Go. Out Flowers in All Varieties Fresh Every Morning. Furniture Coupons With Every Purchase. See living Pictures In our north window, on exhibition for one week only. Don't miss it and at the same time don't miss an opportunity to amass a small fortune. Read the list for to-morrow and figure yeurseli what you oan save by coming here. Ladies walking gloves, black with col ored stitching, worth 1 50, for 1 25. The Louisa, an extra fine Pique glove for 1 00. : Our 75c kid glove is unequalei for wear and all shadas lace or button. - A new 4 button evening glove, pearl and cream color, with narrow black stitchin. for 79c. ' Our five hook black kid glove regular price 1 00, this week for 75o. Corsets. Armorside unbreakable over hip, five or six book, white and drab, 1 00. No 793 A mode bust, extra long waist corset for 1 CO. We carry all) styles of ladies and chil. dren's corset waists, Ferris, Double V, Equipoise and the health bodice. Ladies black bese, regular prica 25e, to mosrow 19 c. Ladies black iiose, regular price 17c, to morrow 13c. Ladies fleece hose, fcr to-morrow 19c. Gents natural wool hose to sell for lOo. Gents natural wool hose to sell for lOo. Gents camels hair hose to sell for 19o. Ladies embroidered hdkfs, regular price 17c, at 10c. Ladies colored embroidered hdkfs for to-morrow, 6 for 23c. Ladies linen initial hdkfe 15c, 2 for 25c Children's colored hdkfs 3c, 2 for 5c. Men's Furnishings. We carry an eiegsmt line of men's sus penders for ten c?nts a pair and up. Men's neckwear in bo srs, tecks and four-in-hand. Popular prices, 25c. We have everything in men's underwear frem the best to the cheapest. Before purchasing it witV pay yon, to inspect our stock.