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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1895.
Sleeping Garments. We have just received the new est and best Hygienic Sleeping Garments in the world. They con tain only the finest natural wool, sneciallv nrenared. and will not r j i 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 CITY NEWS. value at 25c a pair. 25 doz Ladies' Fast full regular made; FELL FIFTY FEET. Black Hose, jroods 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 Statcn Island Pveicg and Cleaning Establish ment. Also the Standard Patterns and Publications. BANK STUEET, "WATERBURY. Mm II The Sawtelle Dramatic Co,in "Michael Strogoff"' at the opera house to-night. A twelve-pound son was born Satur day to Mr. and 31rs. James Phillips of Bishop street. The iron moulders and brass moulders of North America will meet in 31usie hall at 7.30 this evening. Special forecast for Connecticut: Rain or Snow, followed by fair weather; northeast winds and a cold wave. Ashton & Gernghtv have secured the contract for the heating of Jeremiah Heating's new house in Naugatuck. Messrs Kenny and Balfe, the tea men, whose horses and wajron were burned in last night's tire, will wait on their custo mers to-morrow as usual. Miss Lizzie McCJone of East Main street, an employ of Scovili's factory, smashed the first linger of her right hand on a press yesterday afternoon. Thomas Clark of Bristol went to the station for lodging last night. He " was locked up for being drunk. He was told to get out of town quick this morning. Emeline Back, aged S3, died yesterday afternoon, at the residence of her daughter. Mrs J. J. iDgraham on Chapel street. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. "Walter Scott, proprietor of the Chesh ire hotel, who was recently convicted of selling iiquor without a license, on pro ceedings instituted by the Law and Order league, was lodged in the county jail at New JIaven last night. Frank E. Burwell, whose 8 year old son, William, lost the sight of 'one eye by running against a cheese knife in II. B. Sanderson's market, on August 3, has brought suit against Mr Sanderson, to recover 85,000 damages. Mrs Lizzie Coleman of Jackson street, wife of John Coleman, died, at the hos pital at 12 :30 to-daj The remains were removed to her former home by Under taker Moriarty and the funeral will take place Friday morning. Max Schwartz, Nephew of Henry Schwartz ef the Rochester Clothing Co, who has been visiting in Waterbury, left for Springfield 'last night. Mr Schwartz is assistant manager and buyer of the firm's manufactory in Rochester. The follownig advertised letters are at the postofiiee: Mrs W. A. Blakeslee, Harry Blacker. Silas Baxter, Amy Fitz gedald, Miss Delia Flaherty, Thomas Lynch, Mrs W. Lounsbury,vMrs Kate O'Brien. Jim Spiuoe, Joseph White Miss Mary lialen. The tenth annual concert and recep tion of the Acme club will be given in the Jacques auditorium on Friday even ing. The Acmes are well known enter tainers and have made preparations for a large crowd. Many out of town guests will be present. Mrs Catharine Ryan, aged 52 years, wife of Michael Ryan,' 45 Dublin street, died at 7 o'clock this morning after a lingering illness. She leaves six chil dren, Michael, Lawrence, Bartholomew and Mary A. Ryan, Mrs Edward Curley and Michael Fitzpatrick. She was the sister of Robert, Thomas J., Michael, John and Miss Lizzie Moran. The Traction companv has decided to abandon for the present the matter of extending its lines up Xorth Willow- street. Attornej- Terry, who it is be lieved voices the sentiments of the Trac tion Co, savs that he does net believe the company will submit to an assessment in connection with the widening of West Main street. Judge Lowe spoke for the little Italian girl, Jheresa I.aterezzio, this moruing. He said the father had 2,000 in bank and was about to build a house. He wa Evervthin0 in the alsojabout to become a citizen, and ought Judge Lowe said he would pledge his word that the girl would be sent to school if given another chance. Judjre Cowell said as bright a girl as she, was should be sent to school that she might learn something. He adjourned the case for thirty days. At five o'clock yesterday afternoon the teachers in the Sperry street school gave a pleasant surprise to their principal. jMiss .Mvcr, in nonor 01 ner oirtnuay, in the form of a violet tea. ' The tea was given to Miss Xiver in her old room in the old Sperry street school building, now occupied by Miss O'Xeill. The lat ter, in a prettily worded address, ex pressed the best'wishes of the teachers. At the close each teacher presented Miss Xiver with a souvenir of the occasion, which all felt to be a happy one. The fair of the Sacred Heart church goes merrily on. The attendance last night was large and the little folks pro vided an interesting stage entertain ment. A well executed" drill by four teen misses of St Mary's school re ceived liberal applause, and the solos, choruses and march of sixteen colored boys were cleverly given. To-night the amusements will be in charge of a Dub lin street social club, assisted bv P. Phelan and Mrs L. Wolff. The chin ch choir will appear as colored jubilee singers. Miss Bridget Nolan will give an exhibition of jig dancing, and there will be an exhibition bv the trick dor "Jet." The contest for the lire trumpet stands as ionows : Uenediet & Burn ham, 14; Watch shop, 10; Scovili's, 21. The funeral of Michael J. Brennan took place at 9.30 this morning from his late residence, 13 Hopkins street, to the Immaculate Conception church, where a mass or requiem was celebrated bv the Rev. Father McGuiness. The Brieklav- ers' and Masons' union attended in a bodv and appointed pallbearers as fol lows: Dennis M. Ilavican, John Dono hue, Michael Drum, iames Butler, Bar ry Shea and Harry Baker. Intermeut was in St. Joseph's cemetery. The flo ral offerings included a bouquet of pinks, nose couriemanene; snear or wlieat, Mamie Leeney ; cross, anchor and heart, Currans and employes; large cross, tim ers of the Waterbury Clock Co. ; pillow, Bricklayers' and Masons' union; bou quet of roses, Spsie McAlenny, Lizzie Russell, Nellie Gloster; roses, Mamie and Katie Hennessy ; crysanthemums, Jennie Doherty; 'pillow, inscribed "Father," members of the familjV Mrs. Margaret Ialy of This City Killed In Uartfortl Lst Mght. Mrs Margaret Daly, wife of Frank Daly, a hack driver "of this city, was killed by a fall from the third story of the River house, on Ferry street, in Hartford, at 10 o'clock last night. The Telegram says : Just how" she came to fall is not known. She was intoxicated, so the other inmates of the house say, and had retired. It is said that the doorbell rang and she got up to answer it, forgetting that the key to her door was in her wrapper pocket, which she put on. She crawled out through the window to see who was at the door. The window opened on the top veran da, the house being three stories high and "a veranda runuing around each story. She crawled through the window and leaned over the veranda railing. It was then that she fell. She lost her balance and, w ith a piercing shriek that roused the other inmates of the house, she fell through the air to her death. She struck the earth nearly fifty feet below, with great force. A woman and a man in the house heard her shriek and fall and ran to the spot. She was unconscious and they picked her up and carried her into the house. Dr J. W. Booth was called and when he arrived he saw that she was beyond help. He sent for the ambulance and the dying woman was taken to the hospital. She died there two minutes after her reception. Her husband and parents were notified. Releatives of the woman went to Hart ford to-day. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to return our most heart felt thanks to the many kind friends and neighbors who generously assisted us at the death of our husband and father, John Mulvaney,and especially do we feel grateful for the beautiful floral offerings, which testified the esteem in which the deceased was held by his friends. Mrs John Mulvaney and Family. Oomrt Take Our 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 Hsb 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 13-1. Foot Bali Goods Foot Ball line. Spe cial prices to clubs. Call and examine D. B. Wilson's 13. 15. 17 East Main St. All Wool Extra Super Ingrains C0o, regular 65c quality Extra Super Ingrains, 3So, regular price 50o So9 But nor Y our. The New Creation. dm it rni Xjf liILHlio 43 to 58 South Main St Telephone 154-12 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, -with hand some borders, at 9So a pair. One case much 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. Ona case much better wool blankets, u. ually retailed at 3 50, at 2 9S a pair. One case extra super wool blankets, full size, fine wool handsome borders, at 3 IS, worth 4 25. Fine California blankets, at 3 43 rip wards. This is 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. Whit Sho Sto re. A Few prices That Should Interest You If Tou are in NEED OF I00TWEAE. Hiva you seen the latest UP TO DATE Production in Hatwear? It is pronounced the nobbiest style produced this season. Onr line is complete in the fashionable Colors and in many qualities. , What is Correct in Hatwear is shown always at CHASE, Exchange Place. TilO Miller & ml Go. FURS! WW V e believe we are civinsr better values in Clothing than any house in Waterbury. We have been hammering on tins lioDoy ior ten years, and the result shows in the vol- n t i a i ume ot business ana tne im mense quantities of merchan dise we handle. We have the new lap seam Overcoat, its the latest thing for young men ; made 42 inches long, rather full in back, heavy lap seams throughout, Silk shoulders and Clay body ning. The Material is fine, blue Kersey. (bargain) 1.50 1.50 2.00 Men's Genuine Grain Shoes, Men's Heavy working Shoes, Men's Satin Calf Bal and Cong, all styles, Men's Genuine Calf Bal and Con, all styles, Women's Dongola Kid 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 50c to 1 25. Boys and youths all solid shoes 1 09 to 1 50. These Goods Should be Seen to be Appreciated. LUCY & HTZGEKALD, Slioe Distributers. 116 State Street, New London, Conn, 88 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn Parlor Fringed Shades, Finest Wilton Velvets. 35c each $1.00 per yd, regular price $1.50 Also thousands of rolls of wall exactly half price at our annual iale. paper at cleaiing The L. F. Haase go, J58 to ICS Geaxd Sxbeet. SAYS : G S KELLY I Receive E G Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of each w eek. I warrant them strictly Fresh AT 28 Cents a Dozen. If they are not what I say they are, hring them back and get your money New Yoek, Nov 16, 1S95. The MrLLEK & Peck Co. Waterbury, Conn. Gentlemen : To close out our Fur Garments we are prepared to name prices tbat will ... .. .i.- merit your attention ana enaDie you to the thm VPar ,3., v,f i o j enough to ensure a ready sale. IE inter ested an enquiry in person or by mail will command our best attention. Yours Respectfully. Children's Eeefers are all The above speaks for itself. In accordance therewith wa bought yes terday about 100 Fur Garments, At about 50c on the dollar. We hope to receive them in time to place them on sale Wednesday Morning Jt, O'clock- The Lot includes Persian Lamb, Electric and China Seal, Coney and Astrakhan, Wool Seal & Marten. e Miller I .Peck Co "DISTRICT OF WATERBURY. ss Probate V Oourt. KOV 18. 18l.5. Estate ff Feter J. Francois of "Waterbury. m sa; I district, aesiernmer debtor. The voluntary assignment of the saiddebtor havintr been lodarod in tins ofuce for record and probate thereof, and Porter L. Wood of Waterbury. being in said assignment, nomi nated as trustee far said Estate, therefore Ordtshed. that the '25th day of ISov. 1S95. at 9 o ciock iorenoon, he. and the same is hereby assigned tor a hearing on the tip proval oi said trustee, and tnat all persons interested therein may nave notice to atmftar. if they see cause, and be heard thereon, this Court directs that this order be published three times in a newspaper having a circu lation in said Frobate District before said time assigned for said hearing. By order of the t'ourt. James J. Cassix. Clerk of Frobate. Another invoice of Blue Chinchilla Iteefers, made with rrilf lmffrmc $2.50. Sold more money. to he sold for everywhere for 50 more of those fine, all wool, soft feeling, blue Chin chilla lleefers. sailor collars, handsomely bound and lined. Price $5.00. The greatest ever offered. Brown and Reefers. value we have Nobby Blue, Red Astrakhan 2 new styles of nobby Cape Overcoats, sizes 3 to 8, colors Blue and Fancy Brown Mix tures. heavv wide Silk bind Price 5 and $5.50. mgs. The Kov Jolm Kennedy. The Kev John Kennedy, curate at St Fat rick's church. New Haven, who has been ill for some time with typhoid fever, died at the parochial residence on Grand avenue at 2 :30 o'clock yesterday after noon, lie M as 29 years old and was ordained about four years, lie leaves-a father, mother and two brothers. His parents live in New llaveu. restrict frobate Court late of of Waterbury. ss. OV14. 1835. Ftntn . or jneob Ferrer Wnterbury in sid district, deceased. The Court of I'robate for the District of Wa terbury hath limited and nl lowed six months from date hereof for creditors of said estate to exhib t their claims for settle ient. Those who neglect to present their account", prop erly attested, within said time, will be de barred a recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment, to . Christian IlAtrsEE, Administrator. Bijr line of Sweaters and Gloves Boys' and Men s. Not Much Time to Give to Advertising YET WE WANT To Say a Word or Two. We are very busy and thank our numerous patrons for it. e have goods tamgs ia abundance, t'omeaua bee. Goods that are pretty and practical. Stylish and substantial. Sensible and sentimental Furniture of every description. Dont fail to ses our line of Sideboard; Dining Tables and Chairs. Carpets. An endless variety of Floor Coverings. Crockery. Dinner, Tea and Toilet sets and all sorts of odd pieces. Sole Igents For the Famous Household and Quaker Ranges. Heaters of every description. The volume of business in tbi department has grown so large that wo have been compelisd to use extra room in the Bauby building on Brook street. Prices in each department tie very lowest. Prompt and careful attention given to every detail. Boston F u rn itu re Co., Ill South Main Street. MAMMOTH HOUSE FURNISHERS- AND FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS. JgJCaslior easy terms of payment. Witli a Complete Line Of Hovelties, For the fall and winter sea son we are prepared to meet the trade. For variety and style onr stock of trimmed hats cannot be equalled, far surpass ing those of last season. A. F. Oowles. 99 S 101 So Main street Jones, Morgan & Co, Clothiers, flatters & Furnishers, 96-9S BANK ST. An Art Exhibition Where no admission tickets aro necessary is the display of earjpot nd runs, at 'wm insrs. Parlor Carpets. Dinins Koun Carpets. ;tair ami hall carpets, and carpets ind rugs nr PYrv conceivable purpose and place. whnt. von will want to buy tneis veeK is a yard wide brusppls carpeK which is on ale atlfS-ao Bo Mam bt. together wi'h a full iineof furniture, crockery, lanips und house furnishings. Undertaking in all its Blanches TWINING & Co. 188-170 South Man Street Waterbury & Tcrrinston. Cas'a or Credit E. T. Turner & Go. Out Flowers in All Varieties , Fresh Every Morning. Furniture Coupons With Every Purchase. Its the Proper Thing: For everybody to read onr column and especially "Wednesday evening, for then our Thursday bargain list is printed. Greatest values on earth this day. Living Pictures in North Window all This Week. Ladies walking "loves, black with col ored stitching, worth 1 50. for 1 23. The Louisa, an extra fine Pique glove for 1 00. Oar 75c kid glove i3 un equaled for wear and all shades lace or button. A new 4 button evening glove, pearl and craam color, with narrow black stitching, for 79c. regular Our five hook black kid glove price 1 00, this reek for 75o. Corsets. Arraorside unbreakable over hip, five off six book, white and drab, 1 00. No 703 A mode bust, extra long waist corset for 1 CO. We carry all styles of ladies and chil dren's corset raists, Ferris, Double V, Equipoise and the health bodice. . Ladies black hose, regular prica 25c, to mosrow 19o. Ladies black hose, regular price 17c, to morrow 13c. Ladies fleece hose, for to-morrow 19c Gents natural wool hose to sell for 10c. Gents natural wool hose to sell for 10c " Gents camels hair hose to sell for 19c. 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 23c. Children's colored hdkf3 'Jo, 2 for 5c. Men's Furnishings. We carry an elegant line of men's sua penders for ten cents a pair and up. Men's neckwear in bows, tecks and four-in-hand. Popular prices, 25o. We have everything in men's underwear frem the best to the cheapest. Before purchasing it will pay you to inspect our stock.