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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1895.
Grand iiersary ALE. Thursday, Friday and Saturday One year ago to-morrow we store in Arcade JtSuildmgj. An eveut which marked one of the most important merchandise changes in the history of Water bury. ' - " ; We intended celebrating that ana oenenciai way to our customers, to whose patronage . and generosity is due the credit of a most successful years business and we trust that any unavoidable shortcoming on our part for me past year, will Kindly be overlooked. With reliable advertising, honest business methods and cour teous attention, we hope to merit crease ot tne public patronage Owing to the many departments throughout our store for the want of newspaper space, we find it impossible to advertise all departments in this issue, we would consequently request our iatwinuj.o tu au.il ims space lur a aany cnange ot ad.,-- Silks, Dress Goods and Cloaks To-Morrow. For the Coming Three Days. Small Wares and Dressmakers' Supplies. Feather edge finishing braid, per bmaeh, anniversary piioe 5o Bast quality dress steels, anniversary prioe 6e Ieather poefcetboeki, regular price 25o anoiTrfrory prleo l8o Fbae grade rntiag paper, Waterbury engraved on top. former prica 35o, anniversary pries 15o Best quafhy &poi cotton, anniversary prica lo urr Canned Vegetables. Tha foll-winff New Goods, just received vere ewwn nd racked this rear, and every tztji is warranted by us: Jrsey old raekai Tcrnstoes. per can. 7e Trk stt Piiacar Corn, rer can. 7c Jamy June ress. per en. 10c Sefriee 8trijrless Beans, per can, 10c ftlifomis Lim Utana. rr can. 10c York ptate Succotash, per can. mo xine Trench Prune. 4 mmd for 25e AuntBally's Faaeak Tlour. '2 lb rnckaare. 100 Frivtte plantation effe. sreciully blendod for us. better than java. per lb 35e the 40c kind. Tees, any kind you waist, per lb 37e. el?e wkere , 60ckind "We never sell anything that we cannot recommend. md if anything i not as repre sented we will fladly rerlaee it. GA8M Grocery Store, 47 East Main St. Waterbury .Conn . Naugatuck. Ansonia. Tklspuoke 86-2 Life and Battles of Bob Fitz simons and James d. Corbett. Just published. Prica 25 ceEta. T. OOSTOLLO, Newsdealer akd Statioxeb, 255 BANK STEEET. "We advertise only what we have and exactly as it is." Introductory : Sale. In order to more thoroughly introduce oumlvea, method! ef doing buaiaaai, aud kin A Of Metehandiea we xnaaufaoture, to the peopla of TTaterbury and vieialty, we hate decided to inaugurate an Introduc tory Sale, during which wa shall offer to tha people cf ffatfrbttry and vicinity our entire stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Etc, At leaf than Actual Coat ef Production. This will not only have tha desired effect of inducing you to visit our renedeled and re-stocked store, but will glva you the Grandest Opportunity ef purchasing nes and up to date Merchandise, right ia the heart of the busy eeascn, at less than the Actual Cost of Manufacture. r This Is an Opportunity of a Lifetime. pgf Call and examine the reductions and take advantage of same. Sale Begins WEDNESDAY, .NOVEM BER 6th, and will continue for Thirty Days. Look for the Introducfion Signs on tha Windows. Remember the Number, 83. Everything fair and rquare at X w5l 83 BANK ST. Yeur Money back for the asking. opened to the public our present grand opening in a substantial a continuance as well ' as in- tor the future. Cloth covered dreai shields, warranted ruir pries III, anniversary price 80 ux xxti& s toath Powder, regular prica xte, annivereary priee 6c irvre wfcite csiile gop, regular price 3, aaoivrary prica 3e ere vasaima, per battle, anniversary laio sera took drsssing combs, regu- W prjaa lis. anniversary prioe 6c oana runoij, 7 iohes vida, for fancy vojrfc, anniversary pjica 190 Deva af pillow covers, navr dwigns, anniversary price 15C ,Ws Amusj t Ia the papers a lon2 list of Goods with Ericas attached, when probably one-third of Ue buyers of the city know that nearly every article is ssld regularly for less than these figures at - Gardiner's Bargain House. 74 South Main . Street. We don't carry clothing, boots and ehos or dry goods, but anything in tha HousftkpiEC Line it is folly for anyone to alt-mpt to meet our prices. ' Who her has ever sold an Oval Wash Btuler. with strong Coppar Bottom for 4.3 oenta? . m . m E0.113 Eaamsline for 3 cents, and Tooth riots at 3 cents, to, rtc? Thog are not a few articles selected for talk, but cur Regular Prices and have been fT weeks. Everything in the store is tha same. Ycu'rs safo to remember that "If You Sea It in the Bargain House, It's a Bargain." And you can gee most anything for the house if you only look in a Jargi stcra heated by two small Oil Heaters. Sae a Brass Banquet .Lamp, 3Q inche3 high, for 98 cents. fcSe a Dieh Pan for 8 cents. Wash Tub for 4.0 cents. Lead Pencils, 6 cents dozen. English Plates 4c. Toilet Sfrts 1.99, extra large. English Dcoorated Dinner Sets 5 93 ' Real China Taa Sets, 5 designs 5!23. , Here It Is! I was looking all over the paper to rind the best dace in Waterbury to, buy Htd&m Stationery, Blank OKVl M Books- etC tight my supplies of -ill here is tha mrd nf r2 IJMOLVILLE'S - with m lliiuio uit IUH' Blue of it. There's no use looking any further. J. II. Mulville, 110 East Main St, A Valuable Assistant;- It is almost essential that there should be Women Undertakers, as few men are capable of attauding to the many details that comprise a woman's toilet. Suoh an UNDERTAKER is in my employ, who not only embalms, but attends to dressing and decorating. A complete line of caskets and all Gaeral Furnishings always in stock. - SF" Ambulance on call at all hours. W. E York, Agent. 120 SOUTH MAIN ST. lTTm . ( Diet Xel office 6 East Main KIGIIT CALLS Vf . F. York. 186 North Main . ( W. W. Leonard. 4S Dover Telephone at ffiee and house. Why, 1 White Ambulance in Waterbury ! The Black Maria1' will No Longer be Used in Taking the Sick to the Hospital. Solid Rubber Tires on the Wheels to Prevent Shaking the Patient, "Oh ! how I do hate to se9 that Black Undertaking Wcgon coming up to our door to take my husband to tha hospital. It makes me shudder." These are the senti ments expressed by a lady distinguished for her goodness, refinement and ability, living here in Waterbury. It always struok us that ay. but we had to wait to see how far this feeling extended, ss we do cot think it good business judgment to go to far ahead of the people. We want to keep only a Little ahead of the procession. Speaking as anundertaker. there is no rea son why wa should make death sadder than it is. To dispel the gloom with which death is surrounded, kind hearted neighbors send White flowers to the hemes cf dear derjartcd friends. Onr ministers consider it the proper thing now adays, in speaking over the remains of their parishioners, to take a more honefnl view of death, because science, twentieth century tneology, and common sense war rants it. The white casket, which has come into common use durieer the nast ten vearn in an indication of haw enlightened public opinion is moving. The purple casket, the steel gray, tha ashes of roses, tha sub stantial solid oak, the pink, the lavender, all the delicate and cheerful- colors which are embiematio of rest, joy and eternal lice, are new in use. We believe it is the mission of JOHN MORIARTY & CO, the People's. Ukdek- takeks, to encourage these sentiments, and therefore we have at treat exnenna. procured a White Ambulanca to meet the popn.'ar awnana. (uni black ambulance will still be here for those who desire it 1 Our new Undertaking Department, fitted up exciuaiveiy upon our own plan, is now completed, and eur lrcrlv increased hrai- nass nas oompeiied us to exhibit 100 Cas kets, All in Bight, so that our customers can tell at a dance what ha or the lfinra As price is alwavs a delicate Question to dwell upon in this particular department Of our extensive business, we snail leave it to our natrons to indca bv the Innn vra of experience which they have had of our ijir Kiia ncnorauie araungs. John Moriarty & Co, PROPRIETORS kry Furniture Company, E&st EEain Street. "SToul Know That it is cheaper to buy coed eoods than poor ones at any price. It is es pecially so regarding Paints. The market is flooded with cheap Taints, but the dur ability and lustre is not there. We have a Which has all those qualities. It is a paint that you cannot help but be pleased witn ana tne price is just right. A full ine of Wall Papers, Moulding, Window Shadrs and Glass. A; F. Taylor, The Leading ' Painter and Decorator. 11G GRAND ST. Telephone 131-5. Do You Want Clocks, Silverware, Diamouds or Dia mond Jewelry, Ring?, stone, plain or chased, from infants to the largest sizo. Tie Pins, Stick Pins, Ear Pins, Brooch Pin3, Hair pins, Pins of all kinds. adies' Chains, Both long and short. Gents' cabins of all styles, Charms, gold and plated. If you want anything in the line, come and LOOK. Your Money fate I Want And am willing to gv6' large Bargains. It Bennett's, i45 Bank St, FalU Winter Styles Are becoming and elecranL We in all their variety, suiting all ages and kinds of manly beauty. We give com plete satisfaction to the purchaser, and want you to know that the one hat on earth mat a Decome you better than any other, Is In our stock. Stiff hats for dress; soft hats for business, and an immenaa cfob 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 praoucai natter. J. B. Mullings, 97 to 103 Bank Street. Dress Suits to rent. In Holiday Array Is the 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, E. J. Finn, LOOK AT THIS For Bargains in Pianos. 1 Weber Square. $150 1 Emerson Square, 125 1 Guild Square, 1 Bradbury Square, 100 75 1 Isunn s & Clarke Sauare. 35 1 UDrieht Piano. 175 1 Shoainger Organ, 65 1 Esty Organ, 1 New England. 50 35 1 Bcatty Organ, 25 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 Tianos, and therefore sacrifice these. Call at once and get first choice. B. Shoninger k Co, 175 BANK STREET. Wateebubt, Conk. Employment Bureau. WaitrPSSOa. flnrt rirlj for nil LMnHa rf iranarol . r - -" . , bV"lim Ilousework. lieference reoLuirod. Mrs Costenbader, 8 Glen Kidge. Between Central avenue and l-ine streets. The E. It. Johnson Stock Is Nearly all Sold. Wft have left 120 Pairs Boys Calf Congress, sizes 3 and 4, Johnson's price 2 00, Ours 1.24 75 Pairs Boys Calf Lace, all sizes, Johnson's price 2.00, Ours 1 24 50 Pairs Youth Calf Lace, sizes 11, 12 and 1, Johnson s price 1.75, Ours 98o 237 Pairs Men's French Calf, hand- sewed Congress and Lace, John son's price 5.00, Our3 2.25 196 Pairs Men's Calf Congress, Good year welt, Johnson's price 3.00, Ours 193 75 Pairs Men's New Lace Congress, Goodyear welt, Johnson's prico 3.00, Oci 1.98 Conn Boot & Shoe Co, R E. Colby. 28-30 East Main St. CONGREGATIONAL CONFERENCE. Rev Dr Anderson Not in Favor of an As sessment for the Support of tlie Na tional Council. Much interest is being taken in the annual meeting of the general confer ence of Congregational churches of Con necticut. At the business meeting yes terday afternoon Treasurer Jacobs of Hartford reported that onlv 2S1 churches had responded out of SOS which had been asked to contribute toward the expenses of the conference. TheKcvW. II. 3Ioore oMIartford, statistical secretary, said that the ex penses for 180G would beover 82,300, about 1,200 cf which goes to the Na tional council. He thought that five cents ought to be asked from each church member to meet the , expenses. Rev Dr Anderson proposed a three cents assess ment. He d.d not believe in supporting the Xationacouneil. After further dis cussion the matter 'was finally referred to a committee consisting of the Kev W. DeL. Love of Hartford, the Kev Joseph W. Backus of Plainvllle aud William II. Catliu of Meriden. Ward W. Jacobs of Hartford was unaaimously elected treasurer, and Na thaniel Shipman of Hartford auditor. Dr Whittlesej- of the National bureau spoke on the- difference between the work of the National bureau and the trustees of state funds. Mr Moore re ported for the directors of the Mission ary society.of Connecticut, the liev Asher Anderson reported for the delegates to the National council recently held at Syracuse, and the Rev Frank S. Child reported for the committee on minister ial bureau. The annual sermon before the confer ence was preached bv the Rev Theodore T. Munger, D. D., pastor of the United church, New Haven, at the evening ser vice, lie took for his text St John 3 :12 : "If I have told you earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe if I tell you of heavenly things?'' After the sermon a ladies' quartette sang "One Sweetly Solemn Thought" in a most beautiful manner. The sacra ment of the Lord's supper was then ad ministered, the Rev J. P. Hovt of Cheshire aud the Rev Sherrod Soule o Naugatuck being the ottlciating clergy men. The meeting re-opened at 9 o'clock this morning and approved of the min utes of yesterday's session. After the devotional services Rev Georire M. Boynton, of the Congregational Sunday scnooi ana rublication society and Rev J. A. Hamilton of the Consrreationa Education society delivered interesting and instructive addresses on church work. "Sociology and the Churches,' was the subject of Rev Prof C. D. Hart- rantt s discourse, which was followed by a general discussion ot matters pertain ing to the future welfare of the organi zation. Shortly after noon adjournment was taKn until 2 o clock. NOTICE. James 31. Lvnch will wait uron Dem ocrat subscribers who are in arrears and we trust and expect that subscribers will make his duties hht. M.ntin Scullj', who has attended to the collec tions for several jenrs, owing to his re- pononai duties is unable to attend to uie collections. Good News. Bring me your out of style Full Dress or other Suits or Ovtrccats, and I will make you a new one in the latest style at bottom prices and allow jou a fair price for your bun or Overcoat, in part payment. Suits to Order, Overcoats to Order, $18.00 and up 1S.00 and ap 5.00 and up Pants to Order, Imported and Domestic All Wool Goods To Select From. 23 1 (IS Years,' Experience.) rotta, lT"- 323 Main St. N B. I will call at your house ike measures. to New York Artistic Tailor EXTRA. EXTRA EXTRA The fall and winter will eoon be upon us, and! mt6nd to give the gentlemen tbe best show of any tailor in the city. I hava a fine line of roods and I can afford to make Suits, OteiecaU or Piottr, chiapor and tetter tuan any tailor in tn:s town. I am mating pants from ft. 00 op to $10. and suits from $10 to '135; overcSats 113 eed. Picese don't forget th pit eo, R. 103 GRAND Street, Waterbury,- Conn. fjg"3 Cleaning, pressing and dyeing prompty aud satisfactor Ladies' 1 S,!i B I 2 lis D, I i Rosenberg, LAST NIGHT'S FIRE. A BIS Blaze of Incendiary Origin at tho North End. About 1:15 o'clock this morning an alarm of fire was sent in from box 25, corner of North Main and Xorth streets, 7hV $rnb?niu o Joseph Sand!- Ihe bunding was badly burned, and two horses, a wagon and two sets of harness belonging to Kenny & Balfe, which were m the barn, were alio burned. 1 he barn was valued at $S00 and was insured for $400. Messrs Kennv & Balfe place their loss at $300 and ther more than any of the other loser3, are the victims of hard luck. Their hand some wagon, which was destroyed, was received yesterday f roni Geneva and had never been used. They had no insur ance. The firemen worked hard to save the barn of M. II. Waas, the tobacconist, but tongues of fire reached out in that direction and soon the building was in flames and with its contents was re duced to ashes". The barn, valued at $S00, was insured. About $300 worth of goods stored in the barn was destroyed, and was not in sured. Another barn in the immediate vicinity, owned by Mr Sandiford, was damaged to the extent of $200, which Is covered by insurance. The rears of the resi dences of Mr W'ass and Mr Sandiford were scorched and nothing but the yoe nien service of the firemen could have saved the houses from destruction. From M. H. Waas'barn the fire spread to the barn of William H. Smith, the carpenter, which contained 1,000 feet of lumber. The whole structure and con tents were consumed. Loss about $2,500 ; partially insured. Mr Smith's house also caught on fire, but after a hard bat tle it was saved with little or no damage. The flames reached out to the barn In the rear of Mr Barton's house,030 North -a!? street' totally destroving It. Loss $o00. Xo insurance. Cliflord E. Brad ley's barn, valued at $1,200, was also consumed. It was insured for $500. The residences of Peter Creighton, Mi- cuaei xveuy ana rea J . Scott were badly scorched. It was the most peculiar fire in the his tory of the city. The barns were so close together that once the blare got well under way It was practically impos sible to save any of the barns, and there were times during the progress of the fire that those on the ground thought that tha whole neighborhood was about to be wiped out. All were prepared for the worst and those near the conflagra tion were soon on tbe street. Officer Cahey sent In the alarm and when the department arrived a line of hose was connected at the hvdrant at the corner of Xorth Main and Division streets. As soon as the pressure was turned on the hydrant burst. During the delay occasioned on this account the en gine was doing good wqk from tho brook on Division street. A Good Thine and Nothing to Pay Just see what Dr Greene offers to do for all weak and suffering people. lie is the most successful Hviug specialist in curing nervous and chronic diseases. His unparalelled oS'er to consult "with" anyone, free of charge, bv letter or by correspondence, is doin wonderful good. If you have any complaint which you do not thoroughly understand, and which you would , like cured, write the Doctor a letter stating just how you feel and what symptoms trouble you. lie will answer it, giving a complete des cription of jour case, explaining the meaning of every symptom and telling how you can surely get well aud strong, lie gives most careful attention to each letter, and explains your case so thor oughly that you understand exactly what ails you. All this costs you nothing, you have no doctor's fees to pay, and you don't have to leave vour home. Th Doctor makes a snecialtv of treating patients through letter corresnondenco. and thev nenrlv nlw.irs tret wpII. 1T is the discovery of that' wonderful medi cine, Dr Greene's Xervura blood and nerve remedv. Write- to him at hi nfficp 35 West 14th Street, Xew York City, and you win unaouutcaiv De made stron j ii - 1 or laterally Frightened to Death. Biddefokd, Me., Nov. 20. Ethel IIaine3, aged 7, died of fright brought on by the savage appearance of four tramps who called at her father's house on Satur day. After the msn left she trembled violently, and Sunday she was taken verj sick with acuto meningitis. The physician says the little girl was literally frightened to death, and that the case is the most re markable he ever heard of. Sbct by a Supposed Insane Man Bixghamtox, N. Y., Nov. 20. Henry C. Boyd, a laundryman, shot Charles It. Hawkes, a druggist. The bullet entered the back of the neck on the left side and came out of tho right cheek near the mouth, ncvkes' condition Is serious, but he will probably survive. Boyd escaped and has not yet been arrested. It is be lieved ho was Insane, and that he hag committed suicide. The Marine Corps. Washington, Xov. 20. Colonel Charles Heywood, commanding the Marine corps, in his annual report to the secretary of the navy, makes a strong appeal for an In crease in tho enlif ted strength of the covps to meot the additional" duties imposed upon it by tho Increase of tho navy. Weather Forecast. Rain or snow, with brisk and high aortheasterly winds ; cold wave. Blank Books. : : Our stock of Blank Books, Memoran dum Bootc and fine Lasther gocJ3 of all kinds is much larger than ktrettforo. Visit our oir stcre for anjlllng in this line ted xr ft el co&Qdict ysu vili be pleased r!th the io:tmnt td qtulity of the goodsT I. M. Bdair & Co, 106 Bask SmEEt. Opposite the Old Location. ily done. j