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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1895.
NAUGATUGK COLUMN. If clear the Citizens band will give a short parade to-night, before their dance . at Barnum's hall. To the latter the ad mission Avill be 25 cents. Josiah Coleman, whose horse ran aw ay after being run into a few days since by a Waterbury team, breaking his buggy badly, says'that all he can save out of the wagon is the dashboard, and that is bent some. The King's Daughters are contem plating bringing hereto lecture for their benefit, Mrs Isabella C. Davis, one of the inoef. plnmifMit. lmlv sneakers in the j . states. Harris AVhitteinore, who is the chair man of the Parish house music commit tee, desiring to give the citizens of the town with a rich treat in the musical line, has arranged with the first Glee and Banjo club of Yale, over forty in number, to come here and return by special train on the evening of December 3, to give one of their attractive con certs at the Gem opera house. They will render the same progamme as they are to give in New York city, Philadelphia and Washington. The admission, with seat ticket, will be fifty cents. Tickets will go on sale at McCarthy's, AVednes day, November 27. Waterbur' parties desiring tickets can arrange by tele phone. Manager Hungerford of the Xaugatuck football eleven has about completed ar rangements with the Yale law school eleven to play here on Thanksgiving day. Stnge carpenters were hanging the new drop curtain in the Gem opera house j-esterday. The- will finish the stage work in a few days. The concert by the American band orchestra of Waterbury will be one of the attractions at the Gem opera house on' Thanksgiving eve. Gallery tickets will be sold for the concert. We think that Representative Twitch ell, who is also district school committee of Union City school district, would re ceive the thanks of the citizens in his locality, if he would put on force enough to give each of his school buildings a thorough cleaning during the few dru-s the school buildings will be closed next week. He then should have some one follow right up with a carbolic solution or sublimate one to one thousand. The closets should also be disinfected by a chloride of lime solutiou, or five per cent carbolic acid. No child that has had the diphtheria should be allowed in the school until at least four weeks after the disease has disappeared. New drink ing cups should also be provided. Forty hours' devotion commences to morrow in St Francis church. The Boys' brigade, Xo 1 and 2, will give a drill besides doing some religious exercises at the Parish house to-morrow . night at 7 :45 o'clock. All are invited. Chief Fuller has his house wired for the fire alarm system. He will make some alterations at the house also. The first debate of the season in the rooms of the Y. M. C. I. will be given on Thanksgiving night. Subject: '"Should the Borough Own Its Own Electric Light Plant and Water 'Works." One dozen babes were christened at St Francis' church on Thursday even ing. A 13-years-old boy named Chai-les McCarthy was arrested by Chief Ilosford yesterday for truancy. His case came up in the borough court this morning and was continued for thirty days. A top dressing was coated over the rough walk in front of the two churches on the green yesterday. Work was also Ijeing done south of there in cleaning out and putting in tile to cany oil' sur face water. Dr Bull has arranged to be at an office in Waterbury from 3 to 6 p. m. Tuesdays and Fridays. John Critch is said to be quite ill with the typhoid fever. . George W. Andrew is about ready to move into his new residence on Fair- view avenue, and will probably occupy ! it on Monday or luesday. Mr Andrew has a very sightly home to go into, it - being one of the finest locations on the hill. There remains now but t wo vacant lots on the avenue, which but a few years since was nothing but rocks and underbrush, which now lacks nothing but an elevator or means enough to sup port a team to ride up to make it the most desirable location in Xaugatuck. , As we anticipated, about four hundred people attended the lecture of Will Carleton last night at the Gem opera house, very many of them people that we hardly "ever see out to dramatic per formances. The new . drop curtain, which is very pretty, attracted the at tention of the audience until S :15, when it rose Upon a parlor scene of line effect. It was a very enjoyable entertainment. The' : next literary entertainment ' here will be on December 18 when we are to have at the Parish house F. G. Iugle hardt, whose, subject will be '"Brawn and Bread." A girl wanting work at good wages can find' a good place by calling at Dr Johnson's. George D. Wallace of Xew York and Frank Goodwin, a peddler, were the vic tims before the court this morning for intoxication. Each was requested to pay one dollar and costs as a sort of an introduction to our police rules and regu lations. , A new lot of games just arrived at Stapleton's, Church street. CAiiBRlDGE, Maea., Kcv. 23. The five mile road raeo of the Harvard Cycling as lociation resulted as follows: First, A. C. Dacey, 'OS; seeond, C. II. Williams, '98; third, F. B. Carter. '98. F. S. Elliott won tho time prize, covering the distance In 13 minutea 45 2-6 seconds Suicide by Hanging. New Yobk, Nov. 23. Ferdinand Miller, & cignrmaker, 40 years old, committed suicide at his home at 883 East Tenth street, hanging himself in his rooms. The Rome Train Wreckers. Rome, N. Y., Nov. 23. Attorney Saylas faid in the case of the train wreckers that he would endeavor to have their confes sions set aside as illegal evidence. Violated the Game laws. Nashua, N. H., Nov. 23. Six men, arrested for using dynamito while fishing Jn Rocky Bound pond at Craydan, were fined $87.81. PRETTY Two; Little Children iade Strong end Well by Or Greene's Nervura. The Mother Also that Grandest Greene's Nervura Remedy. V. MRS SILVER'S Strong vigorous and healthy chil dren are what we all want, and how to keep our little ones in good health is a question of the greatest interest to us all. Children are peculiarly, liable to nervous disorders : they become nervous, restless, fretful, ertss .-and : irritable; their night's sleep is no calm and rest ful, but they toss restlessly from side to side, murmur or talk in their sleep and wake tired and uurefreshed in the morn ing. They have an irregular appetite, grow thin and pale, look slight and WES. II. SILVER- puny, and their growth ana meut become stunted. develop- If your children are- sick, give the greatest of all chilreu's-j remedies, Dr Creene's Nervura," the great nerve and blood invigoraut and health restorer. This wonderful remedy, is, above all, a family medicine, and its mune is a house hold word in thousands of homes all over the land. It is made from pure and harmless vegetable remedies, is calming, 'toothing and healing to tho nerves, and at the same time strengthens and m- vigorates the entire system, restoring a Killed In a Quarrel. LiAmbertville, N. J., Nov. 23. James M. Harrison, a boarder at the home of William Boyd, two miles east of this place, was drunk and quarreled with Boyd. Harrison and Boyd are both colored. Har rison threatened to kill Boyd and his family. He got Boyd in a corner of the house and cut him in the neck with a knife. Boyd then pulled a revolver and fired five shots into Harrison, killing him instantly. Boyd has not been arrested. He claims he shot Harrison in self de fense. Tho PregbyterSan Seminaries. Ciuchskati, Nov. 23. It i3 stated on official authority that thd trustees and di rectors of the Presbyterian Western Theo logical seminary met this week in secret session at Alleghany City and accepted the proposition that the Presbyterian gen eral assembly shall ; have final oontrol of the theological seminaries and veto power after the election of professors, instructors and trustees, and that all such elections, to be legal, must have the approval of the general assembly. Teller Ritter's Shortage. Philadelphia, Nov.-23. At a meeting of the board of directors of the Tacony Savings Fund f?afe Deposit Title and Trust company it was reported that tho shortage of Charles F. Ritter, the missing teller, amounted to $1,841.90." Nothing has been learned' of the whereabout of Ritter. " , Altocna's Postmaster Dead. Altoona, Pa., Nov. 23. A. P. Mo Donald, postmaster of this city, died after a month's illness, aged 47 years. IHe was appointed by President Harrison, and his term would have expired Dec. 18. Mr. McDonald served two terms in the legislature. fJt yMjtymxs. A - - - - PICTURE. Restored to Health by of all Medicines, Dr Blood and -Nerve ....... Iff LITTLE ONES. healthful color to the cheek, refreshing sleep,' strong nerves, stout limbs and that bounding health and vitality, which all children should have. It is perfectly safe to give to children of any age, and its curative and restorative effects are wonderful. Mrs II. Silver, of 142 Lewis Street, New York City, was not only restored herself to health byDr Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, but her two children, whose portraits are here given, were made sti-ong and well by this grand medicine. Mrs Silver saj-s : "I M as nervous for four j-ears so that. I could do nothing. I went to different doctors, but none could help me. I read so much in the paper about Dr Greene's Nervura, blood and nerve remedy that I thought I would try it. After , the first bottle I felt relieved, so I used a couple of bottles more and now lam all right again. I thank Dr Greene's Nervura, for the good it did me. i;I also have two little girls who were sick, weak and run down, to whom I gave Dr Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. It did me so much good that I cannot be thankful enough. It made them well and strong again, and they are strong again, and thej- are now. thanks to this wonderful remedy, healthy and vigorous. Before I took Dr tireen s jservura blood, and nerve rem edy could not eat or sleep. I could not do my housework, but now I am like a different woman. I give this testimonial that other sufferers may read it and know the good Nervura did for me and my children." Use Dr G reene's Nervura in all nervous diseases for infants and children, and see them improve in health and strength every day and hour. It is not a patent medicine, but the prescription of the most successful liv ing specialist in curing nervous and chronic diseases, Dr Greene, of 35 West 14th St, New York City, lie has the largest piaeuce m uie worm, una uia grand medical discovery is the result of his vast experience, lhe great reputa tion of Dr Greene, is a guarantee that his medicine will cure, and the fact that he can be consulted by anyone at any time, free of charge, personally or by letter, gives absolute assurance of the beneficial action of this wonderful medi cine. Stranded Schooners Floated, Philadelphia, Nov. 23. The four master schooner Sagamore, Captain Crow ley, bound for Boston, with 2,500 tons of pas coal, which went ashore below Win terquarter shoal, on Blackflah bank, wa3 assisted off after jettisoning 150 tons of her coal. She proceeded north apparently in good condition. The schooner Lucy A. Davis, from Brunswick for New York, with lumber, which went ashore at Watchapreague, was also floated. She is leaking slightly. ; Burned by the Insurgents. Havana, Nov. 23. Later details from Santa Clara show that the town of Guinia de Miranda, the most important in the district, has been entirely burned by the insurgents commanded by Roloff. A ma jority of the brick houses of the place and 50 palm huts were destroyed. Before tho revolution there were 4,600 inhabitants there. The main wealth of the place was tobacco, coffee and cattle. Died at Babylon. Babylon, N. 5T., Nov. 23. Henry Au gustus Tappin, who was connected with the Borne-Scrymser company, dealers in lubricating oils at 80 South street, New York city, died suddenly at his homo of Bright's disease. He had been ill for the past four months. Mr. Tappin was 40 years of age. He was a member of several New York clubs. Eluded tli Officers. WASHINGTON, Nov. 28. News has reach ed here in an unofficial way to ' the effect that A. K. Ward, the Memphis embezzler and forger, has slipped away from tho officers who were watching him in Haa duras, and he has gone to some othor country with which the United States has no extradition treaty possibly Guatemala. f - i Vr f FLIGHT OF THE EAGLES The Outgoing Steam-rs Bur dened With Our Gold. BIG EXPOET OF COIN AND BULLION. The Export Shipments of the Week Amount to S7.350.000, Reducing the Treasury Reserve to SS3.O00.00O WIreat And Cotton May Furnish. Relief. New York, Nov. 23. Nearly $5,000,- 000 in gold went to Europe in today's steamer. To be exact, the figures are $4,600,000, making tho total shipment for the entire week $7,330,000. This is rather remarkable, as it is not the time of year when the yellow metal is generally ex ported. The government's los3 of gold by to day's shipments brings the . treasury re serve down to about $S2, 000, 000. If the flight of the eagles to Europe continues next week, as has been the case during tho past six days, a bond issue seems inevita ble. It is significant to note that the ex change market scarcely yielded with all this heavy shipment. Careful Inquiry among the bankers de velops the fact that there is plenty of gold stored away in vaults in the city to restore the treasury reserve in case President Cleveland dectdos to replenish the govern ment exchequer. It is learned on the best authority that tho metropolitan banks could easily furnish $50,000,000 worth of eagles without going outside of the city. This fact shows beyond all peradven- turo that the local institutions had taken good care to provide themselves with suffi cient gold for future bond issues, if such ssues are made. The individual shippers today were as follows: W. H. Crossman & J3ro., $1,000,000; Baring, Magoun & Co., $1,000,000; Laz- ard Freres, $800,000; Iloidelbach, Ickel- heimer& Co., $750,000; Muller, Schall & Co., $500,000; Handy & Harman, $50,- 000; L. Von Hoffmann & Co., $500,000. Secretary Carlisle wisely decided to let the cold exporters have bars at a lower percentage than general rates, in order that the heavy shipments might not in convenience the treasury department. The premium on bars is put at 1-10 of 1 per cent, but the government, after more or less negotiation, dropped its figures to 1-16 of 1 per cent, a price that the ship pers were willing to pay. On this basis nearly all bought gold bars. Savins Expense of Coinage. There is a mutual advantage by the ar rangement, the government saving its coin as well as the cost of minting new eagles, while the exporters recoup them selves by the price they get for exchange. The reason of this is that with coin the shipper must wait until it is assayed and weighed, the loss from abrasion being an unknown quantity, while with bars the exact figures are known. It is learned that two things might tend to check the outflow of gold. These are the sale of cotton bales to the Manchester inufacturers for their looms and the shipment abroad of the wheat crop. In the first instance there is much to hope for. ' Indeed only yesterday $300,000 was transferred to New Orleans by the sub-; treasury for the movement of the cotton crop. America supplies Europe with about two-thirds of the cotton it requires, and practically little has been shipped abroad as yefc. The India cotton crop is reported light, rind there is also a shortage in the south as compared with other years. Man chester manufacturers must buy their cotton sooner or later and must pay not 6 or 7 cents a pound, as was the case last year, but 10 cents a pound, so that cotton bills of exchange must of necessity come upon the market within a short time. In the case of wheat thcro is every rea son to expect that the shipments to Eu rope will be larger in the coming weeks tnan tney nave oeen in tne lasn monrn. Should this bo the case the wheat bills of exchange will also help to retard the flight of our eagles to Europe. Tho advices from Washington are to the effect that President; Cleveland will make the financial situation quite clear to con gress in hi3 coming message, but it is more than likely that the gold outflow will bo checked, if checked at all, not by our national legislators, but by the ship ment abroad of our cotton and wheat crops. A Call From Worcester. Woecesteb, Mass., Nov. 23. Pilgrim church of this city extended a unanimous call to Kev. Alexander Lewis, Ph. D., pastor of the New England Congrega tional church of Brooklyn. cheques' Opera Mouse. FRIDAY EVE, NOV 29. First engagement of Alexander Salvini And his company of players, unde? the management of Mr W. M. Wilkison. On this occasion Mr Salvini will appear in DUMAS Famous .Romance, The Three Guardsmen" To be presented with elaborate scenio effects and accessories. 20 Lectures For $1 University Extension Course. Iucluding Dr Burton, Prof Rice, Prof Blackman, Prof Scripture and Mrs Flint. Many of Them Fully Illustrated. Tickets now on sale at Bronson Library nd Prk Drug store. Uiptrlet of Waterbury. ss Probate Court Nov 21. 1395. Estate of llev J. H. Duggan. late of Water mi ry in said district, deceased. Upon the application of Et Keverend Michael Tierney praying that . letters of administration may be granted on said ?state and that an instrument in writing pur porting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, may be proved, approved, al ved and admitted to probate as per appli cation on file more fuily appears, it is Ordered that said application be heard and determined at the Probate Office, in Water niry in said District, on the 2nd day of Dfeambor. A.D. 1895. at 9 o'clock in the fore noon, and that notice be given of the pen dency of said application and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing the samethrootimesin some newspaper having a circulation in said District. ' liOBEBT A. Lowe. Judge. 1 Jacques' Opera House- Commencing. Monday, Not 19. Dims iaatinees daily commencing Tuesday Sawtelle's Dramatic Comraiiy. Imperial Band and Orchestra. In K,op03rtoir : Monday evening, Nov 18, "Phoenix Tuesday afternoon, "Midnight Oall.t Tuesday evening. "Rosedale.' Wednesday afternoon, "Tine as Steel,' Wednesday evening, "Michael Strogoff.' Thursday afternoon, "Rosedale.' Thursday evening, "Faust." Friday afternoon, "Faust." Friday evening, "Streata of New York.' Saturday afternoon, "Little Wildcat." Saturday evening, "Passion's Slave." Evening Prices of Admission, 10-20-30 cents. PRICES 10 cents to all parts of the house. Sacred Heart Gliurcli FAIR , . . AT 3STovem.Tor IS "to SS. ADMISSION 15 CENTS. TENTH ANNUAL Concert and Reception BY THE Acme Club AT Jacques' Auditorium, "Friday. ISTov 22nd. Tickets 5o cents, Prof Bailey Teaches all the latest New York fancy society danees and guarantees the Glide Waltz in six private ltssons in his School for Dancing Skirt, tambourine-and exhibition dances for children a specialty. Children's bail room class every Saturday. Out of town classes solicited. Open Daily. AT 70 BANK St ochester - loin i: Dress Well. For a Sum so Small That almost anyone can spare it readily, we fit 3011 1 -Perfectly in a fashion able,' handsome, thorough ly good Overcoat and Suit : ' That are Correctly Tailored. i Our Garments will give you a gentlemanly appear- ance. We manufacture Fine Clothing Only, - V but sell at retail clie&p t We save money for you 1 . on every article of clothing s . u : you buy of us . Our lines of Furnish ings and. Hats are new and fresh, and we are , daily receiving new addi tions preparatory for the coming holidays. Smoking Jacket and Bath Robes. . , We have received a mag nificent line of new de signs in smoking jackets and bath robes. It's a f treat to see those elegant . styles and get our little prices. SoGhester Olothin; ; Company Clotning i ' New Oddfellows' Hall. Special Sale of Clcr&s FOE THE NEXT TASEE DAYS. 1 lot of Misses jackets, sizes from 14 t&Z8, sold elsewhere for 5 CO. our price 2 75 1 lot of blue and black beaver N:kats. maae in tne latest styles, aii es, sold elsewhere at 6 00 onr nri y 9S. 1 lot of better quality blue and blaei : sa ver jackets, soia eisewnere for 8 50, our price 5 98. 1 lot of jackets in rough goods, sold eise wnere ior t uu, our price 4 00. 1 lot better quality all wool, sold elsewhere ac o uu, our price 6 UU. 1 lot of bookley jackets, all wool, sold elsewhere for 12 00, our price 8 50. 1 lot best quality bookley, sold elsewhere for 14 00 and 15 00, oure price 9 93. 50 children.s cloaks well worth 5 00, out price 2 98. Don't fall to visit the sale as you can J gave money. 1 N. Y. Cloak fffg Co, L Weinstein, Pkopbietob. 110-U2 South Bain St All For $1.00. S5 Tulips. 6 ITyacinths, 25 Crocus. 12 Narcissus TolticuSL 6 Snowdrops. 12 Fresia. l Lillium Harrasil. l Lillium Candidunj, 1 Taper White Narcissus. ta flrst-olass Bnlta. 1 'oa Sio A. DALLAS, S2 Union and 25 East Main StreetA Telephone HQ. Thomas Kee Laundry man, Will move on Monday, Nov 11 to 183 EAST MAIN ST. One door east of my old stand. Our old building is to be torn down, but tho own er is to put in its place a handsome store and we shall then more into it. To Order. R. J. GANLEY, ITg'r, 137 Grand Streets. " Notice. This i3 to certify that Ying Wah has this day made the following statement: 1. He had no connection- with the laundry recently conducted at No. 371 Bank street, Waterbury, the owner of which left Waterbury without paying his bills. 2. He has been engaged in business in Waterbury for the past ten years. 3. Yiug Wah's laundry is located at vNo 772 Bank street, Waterbury, and is . pat ronized by the people of the city, all work done at this laundry being first class. 4. For further information regarding his honesty and good character he refer to his personal friends, Hon G. G. Boot, deputy judge of the district court of Wat erbury and Hon G. E. Terry, assistant state's attorney for New Haven county. Dated at Waterbury this 20th day of No vember, 1895. Thomas F. Lawlok, Justice of the Peace. Girls Wanted. Small gitla wanted for light bench work. THE L. O. WHITE CO., Office White fc Wells, 114 Bank t. T. H. HAYES, Wholesale and Betail Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Ales, Wine3, Liquors and! Oiga:s, 34 and 36 East Main 8t. Goods delivered on telephone call to as; part of the city. Telephone 70. FRANK BROTHERS Carries the largest stock of imported and domestic wines and liquors in the city. We lead in pnees and quality of goods sold at wholesale prices. Whiskies. $ 60 2 00 3Q0 St)0 300 300 75o 4 00 1 4 00 6a h9 gal 50 g&l 100 4t Brandies, Gins, Bums, 150 150 I 50 40o 200 200 2 00 &ld at AH kinds of California wines $100 125 150 25o 35o . 40o Ken jiigland Liquor Warehoasa, " GorS:. Ma n and Union Sts. OpposiU 3rftd8treat. Wte? Dury, Coaa The Big Demijohn , Sell the Best and Pure CALIFORNIA, v PORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA and M USC AT EE WINE3 In the City. $1.00 a Gallon, 25c a Botlls. Heu Yorlf Liquor Warehouse. : 15-17 Grand Street, SAM MUNCH. Orders by maii promptly ettended to, and delivered free of charge. J. F. LUNNY, 124 So IMICLin. St Fine Wines. Brandies, Gins, Bums, Efc Free Clam Chowder every Wednesday and Saturday nights. Hot Vegetable Soup everyday.