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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1895.
Silverware Sale. Once a year, just before Thanksgiving, vb give our customers a chance to buy, the Eogera fc Hamilton Co'a Silverware at prices away below usual charges. Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday will be the days, and you will find the goods on the center table, near entrance. You may pay more, but you can't get any better plated goods than that made by the Rogers fc Hamilton Co, Cloak Sale. We can't afford to make a permanent reduction on Cloaks at this early stage of the season, but on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday we will give you the opportu nity to bey them at substantial reduc tions. If you need a winter garment you will save money by buying' of us before Thanksgiving. Table Linen Sale. i According to our usual custom we are giving reduced prices on Table Linen be fore lhanksgivmg. Our cbjpct being to help make jour table attractive for the Thanksgiving dinner. The reductions apply to Linen by the yard, Pattern Cloths, Napkins, etc. Three dajs Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. BANK STREET, WATERBURY. CITY NEWS. Free turkey at J. Ii. Birney's Thanks giving day. No paper will be issued from the Democrat office to-morrow. Special forecast for Connecticut: Fair, stationary temperature, colder Thursday morning. The Pastime Social club will give a private reception in its rooms in' Com mercial block this evening. If the motorman who writes to the Democrat will forward his name his communication will be printed. Mr and' Mrs Sidney Drew in "The Bachelor's Baby," at the opera house Thanksgiving afternoon and evening. Chief Snagg says that Xo 2s fire en gine has been put in working order and can be pressed into service at any mo ment. The Sporting Life says that Roger Connor will play ball again next season, having accepted the terms offered by St Louis. The front wall of the new factorj- of Rogers & Hamilton, in progress of erec tion on Griggs street was blown down last night. Mrs Ann Paul, age 75 years, died at her home, G45 East Main street, this morning. The funeral will take place at 10 o'clock to-morrow. The. board of health will meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon, when bids for the construction of the new contagious disease hospital will be opened. John Moriartv has taken up the mat ter of the proposed extension of Liberty street, and gives some good reasons Iff s 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. ULSTERS To fit everybody. Ulsters That are servers. Ulsters regular Life Pre- In greater numbers and larger variety than is shown by others. Over 200 Men's and Young Men's Ulsters on our Counters. Hear the Prices : Light Shetland and dark, rough Ulsters, at 5.50. Strong, heavy, rough, black Ulsters, at 8.50. Heavy all wool, black, frieze Ulsters, woolen lined, at $10. The famous "King of Fj iez?" Ulster in Oxford,, mixed and black, wind and waterproof, at $12.50. A great, heavy, all wool, black, rough Elysian; "heavy woolen lined, good value at 20.00; at 15.00. The best Black Frieze Ulster, made by Rogers, Peat. &.Co, with a fine,. dark worsted lining, at 22.00. A few better ones at 28. Sizes on above : 34 to 50, regular, cut. o4r to 42, long cut. 3G to 50, stout cut. Boys' Ulsters. Sizes 14 to 19, Dark Melton Ulsters, at 3.50.- Lifidit Shetland Ulsters, at ! 4-00. All Wool Black Frieze Ulsters, at 8.50. IVing ot rneze Ulsters m Oxford mixed and black, at 10.00. Children's Ulsters. , Sizes 4 to 13, at 2.50, 3.50 4.00 and 5.00. Over 1,000 worth of Gloves and Mittens for men, bovs and children on our counters. Prices from 25c to 2.50. ones, Morgan & Co, ,96-98 BANK ST.: why the work should be ordered done. ..Harvey Sheaver, a brakeraan on the New England road, fell from a freight car at Bristol last night and injured his back. He was brought to Hartford about 11 o'clock and taken to the hospi tal in the ambnlance. lie was not seri ously injured. The district committee has a force of men at work on the school lot on East Main street carting the loam into the rear of the grounds preparing to com mencing the work of making excavation for the cellar of the proposed new High school building. An advertisement in the want column to-day is of special interest to the ladies. A foreign doctor, now living in Water buay, wants to marry, and requests the ladies to send photographs. The doctor was a caller at the Dkmociiat ollice this afternoon and is evidently sincere. The funeral of Augusta Stauckus, who died Sunday at the hospital, took place this morning at 8 :30, to St Joseph's Lithuanian church, where a mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev Father Zebris. The pallbearers were: Joseph Cietwertsy. Lewis Crenawsky, Peter Simanawya, Peter Stein, John Prapalawemis, Joseph Maskalytys. In terment was in Calvary cemetery. The funeral of William Peters took place from his late residence, 391 .East Main street, to the Immaculate Concep tion church this morning, where a mass of requiem was celebrated by the Rev Father Lynch. The pallbearers were Thomas Murphy of Holyoke, John Wal ter Peters of Mill Riyer, Mass, Edward Keenan, John Devoy aiid John Cronan of this city. Interment was in Calvary cemetery. The floring offerings were very beautiful and consisted of some handsome pieces from the local express and hackmen, George Partree and the brothers of the deceased. A delightful reception !.was given by Mr and Mrs James W. Turley at their home, 35 Cossett street, in honor of Mr John McKeon of Xew Haven. The parlors was decorated with potted plants. Mrs Turley was assisted itj re ceiving by Miss Etta Schinger and Katie Campbell, who also accompanied the Y. M. C. A. orchestra on the piano. Recita tions by J.J. Hazel ; songs by James Egan; recitation and songs by Otio Race; songs by Miss Julia Raff and Miss Celia Pierce made up an interesting pro gramme. Among the out-of-town guests were James McKeon and Miss Millie McKeon, Miss Julia Rait' and Thomas Howe of Xew Haven and Miss Maggie Cowell of llridgeport. UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. Complete Arrangements for the Winter's Course of Lectures. The following is the list of date3 of lectures to be given during the coming winter season under the auspices of the University extension center in Leaven worth hail : Afternoon lectures at 4 :30. Dr Richard Burton of Hartford, four lectures: December G, 'Literature as Craft;" December 13, "Literature as Art;'' December 20, "Literature as Spiritual Power;" January "The Great Divisions of Literature : Prose and Poetry' These lectures all come on Fridays. Dr E. W. Scripture, director of the Yale psychological laboratory, two lec tures on laboratory mind study:' Jan uary 17 and 24. These lectures come on Fridays and they are profusely illus trated. Evening lectures at S o'clock : William North Rice, PhD., LL. D., professor of geology at Wesleyan uni versity, two" illustrated lectures: De cember 2, "Bermuda;" December 16, "The Yellowstone Park." These lec tures come on Mondays. Dr William F. Blackman, professor of Christian ethics at Yale university, six lectures: January 14, 21, and 2S and February 10 (probably) and IS. Four of the lectures will be on the science of sociology and two will be on special subjects relating to certain problems of American life. These lectures will be given on Tu.esda.ys with the exception ot the fifth one, which will probably come on Monday. Mrs Mary II. Flint of New York, six lectures on the history and development of architecture ; February 15 and 24 and March 2, 9, 16 and 23. The first lecture comes on Saturday and the others on Mondays. The price for course tickets covering the entire live courses is 3. Tickets are now on sale at Cone's drug store. Read the Governor's THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION And then prepare to do honor to the day by visismg ns and selecting a Teimmed Hat From the fine assortment you will find displayed acting upon the knowledge acquired in the past we have prepared for the expected large demand an im mense line of Tbimmed Hats comprising every seasonable shape, in every style of trimming. Do not worry about the light ness or heaviness of your purse, as we can accommodate its condition with the ut most satisfaction to you. I.CHASE, Exchange Place. fte Miller & Peck Go. Bargain Day, Friday, Hoy 29. Silks and Dress Goods. wide changeable Silk, 59o 39o THANKSGIVING SOCIABLES. Twenty-Eighth Animal of the Literary Association. The twenty-eighth annual concert and reception of the Young Men's Cath olic Literary association will be held this evening in the Jacques auditorium. The concei t programme by llallam's orches tra, is as follows: "Arrival of the Bride;" overture, "Flora;" "Black Oddity;" "Winter Frolic." Dancing will begin promptly at 9 o'clock. The committee of arrangements is as fol lows: Henry J. Kennaugh, Peter J. Ludd-, Charles II. Bauuon, John J. Kelly and Theodore Cruesse. Court Linden, Foresters of America, will entertain at City hall this evening, with a grand concert and sociable. Ber gen's orchestra will furnish the music. and Leo Herr will call the dances. The following is the arrangement committee : John A. Somerviile. chairman. D. J. Grillin, J. Dillane, Joseph Loughlan, t. Dauphineal, William A. Cullen, Ed ward J. Shanahan, John Conroy, John Crary, Terrence Lynch, George A. Gib son, James Batters, Michael Bolger. The third anniversary of St Carl Bar- romeus verein will be observed to-mor row night, in City hall. ., An interesting hterarv and musical entertainment will be rendered, followed bv a dance. to the music or t aulmann s orchestra. 1 he ar rangemerits are in charge of John J Siefen, Otto A. Herbert, V. C. Harm and llliam 11. hiefen. The I?ose Hills, the oldest social club in the city, will give their anuual grar concert and sociable in the Jacques auditorium on Thanlisirivinjr afternoon and evening. The club was organized in 1S09 aud is one of the most popular in the -city. A trolley car will run to Aaugatucu at l o clock Friday morning to accommodate those from that place who wish to attend the dance. At 39c Yard value At 29 c Fancy Silk Crepe, value At 73c Colored Velvet, all Shade, value 1.00 At 59c 10 pieces Fancy Boucle, as sorted Suitings, value 75c and 1.00 At 12JU 10 pieces Fancy wool and plaid Suitings, value 25c At 49c 2 pieces 45 icon, all wool Henrietta, in jet and blue black, value 89c Men's Furnishings. 2 for 25c The new high turn down Ski dm ore Ml 43 to 58 South Main St Telephono 154-12 WANTED. IRLS and 1 O O IT luesaay Xj-A. jd ies. and Wednesday wool Mittens, collar. At 25c Men's. JUeavy value 37Jc. At 37c Men's heavy white merino shirts and drawers, value To buy our 10 00 Cloaks. To buy our $8 50 Cloaks. To buy our 7 50 cloaks. All at one price Five ollars Each For Two Days Only. White Shoe Store. A Few prices That Should Interest You If You are ia NEED OF F00TWEAE. 50o Men's Genuine Grain Shoes, Ladies' Furnishings. Men's Heavy working Shoes, (bargain) 1:50 1.25 At 59c Ladies Swiss ribbed, wool vests and pants, value 75o At 37Ac Ladies' heavy, white merino vests and pants, value 5UC At 1 25 Irish point Pillow Shams, large size, worth 1 69 At 25c Ladies extra fine- cashmere Hose. fast black and seamless, were 39o At 45c Children's bl ached canton flannel nieht eowns. all sizes, were 69c At 4c iDdigo blue prints, from 6c At IMc 5-4 Bleached Mnslin, from 120 At 1 25 10-4 Wool Blankets, from 1 75 At 19c White wool flannel, from 25c At 4c Domet flannel, from 6o At 29c Fancy Eiderdown, from 3o At 19o 20 dozen knotted friDge dam ask towels, in white and colored borders, value 25o At 9Sc 25 dozen all linen Napkins, in cream and bleached, from 1 39 At 4c each 20 dozen all linen Doylies m white and colored borders, value 8c SECOND FLOOR. At 8c Door Mats, from 20o At 25c Wood Door Mats, from 50o At 40c Linoleum, from 50o Men's Satin Calf Bal and Cong, all styles, l;50 Men's Genuine Calf Bal and Cong, all styles, 2.00 AVomen 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 60c to 1 25. Boys' and youths' all solid shoes 1 00 to 1 50. These Goods Should be Seen to be Appreciated. LUCY & PITZGEKALD, Shoe Distributers. 116 State Street, New London, Conn, 8S Bank Street, Waterbury, Ooau Wall Papers. Thanksgiving; at Wetlicrsflcld. Thanksgiving day will be observedlo- novrow as usual at the state prison. v aruen oouUiiuge lias made arrange ments to supplv the con viet s with a umntiful didner of roast pork, mashed potatoes with gravy, mashed turnips, boiled onions and pickled beets. Each prisoner will receive in addition a hall mitice pie, two ounces of cheese, two ounces or butter, two dougiinuts, two two bananas, a pint of coffee, and all the read he can eat. 1 here will be no work required of the inmates during the day. ' Minneapolis Going; Abroad. Fort Monroe, Y-a, Xov 27. The United States cruiser, Minneapolis, sail ed tins morning lor tne European station. She arrived here last night from Newport Xews, where she coaled for tne vovagc. ine Aimneapons is m com mand of Captain G. II. Wadleigh and Lieutenant Commanding E. II. Gheen, executive olncer. She carried a full complement of officers and men. MADE A RICH HAUL. Thieves' Den Raided and the Leader Placed Under Arrest. AMUSEMENTS. "The Bachelor's Baby." -ine Jiacneior s uaoy7' will De pre sented at the opera house to-morrow af ternoon and evening. The Xew London Telegraph says of the play : "The Bachelor's Baby" -was intro duced in this city at the Lyceum last evening and it is a most charminjr mili tary corned v and has the pleasing dis- tinetion or not uemg similar to some other military comedy. It is difficult to conceive how anything could be nearer to perfection han was the strictly mili tary part of the play, as the uniforms, salutes and the minor details were all up to date. But that is only a side issue to the comedy itself, which went along smoothly and pleasingly from beginning to end. "Salrini." Alexander aivini, tne most aoie ex ponent of the romantic drama of to-day, aud who has every promise of occupying a similiar position in the field of tragedy, within a tew years, will make his bow before local play-goers on Friday even ing, mis deservedly popular star is sure of a warm greeting." " Of the few who have attempted to till the place left vacant by the late lamented Charles Fetcher, Mr Salvini alone has given sat isfaction, only he has done so to such an extent that, in some parts, at least, he lllj ui uc;uu.iii" KUL'U LO Ills illustrious predecessor. Watch the west window in our wall paper store fcr samples of the papers we're selling at half price; some even . more than that. We have thousands of rolls to clear out previous to our in ventory, Dec 31. Genuine Body Brussels Carpet Our inventory sale extends to the carpet stare also. You can bny a genuine body brussels at the unheard of price 75o per yd. Every other carpet at reduced prices. It s a chance much appreciated, as can be seen by the large number of carpets we're sending out all the time, Be sure and cet one of those hand some black cloth and gold embroid ered 4 fold Japanese screens, $3 50 each. The L. F. Haase co, 158 to 168 Gband Steeet. No man can preserve all of his dignity XJncioi el Shocking Bad Hat There is no time like the preaent in which to get A Hat You Are Not Ashamed OF. We have all the the latest Fall blocks sizes to fit any head, 6 1-2 to 7 3-4. Prices reasonable. Come in and get one. GILLMOR, 'The Matter.". 25 Exchange Place. Best place in Waterbury to buy Hats and Caps. New York Artistic Tailor EXTEA EXTRA EXTRA The fall and winter will soon be upon us, and I intend to give the gentlemen the best show of any tailor in the city. I have a fine line of goods and I can afford to make Suits, Overcoats or Pants, cheaper and better than any tailor in this town. I am making pants from $1.00 up to $10, and suits from $16 to $35; overcoats $18. First class fit and workmanship guaran teed. Please don't forget the place, .SiOS6fll)6r, 103 GRAND Street, Waterbury, Conn. Cleaning, pressing and dyeing prompty and satisfactor ily done. ease THE He rnemi POOR. ier Putnam, Nov -Deputy Sheriff Bartlett to-day raided an old shanty near Killkigly and mado a rich haul. Nearly a varon load of plunder stolen durin the last two months was secured, including a lot oi postage stamps stolen in Khode Island. Charles L. llov has been arrested and has confessed. Other arrests will follow. When the Name Is Changed. "Why,-' atfred Mr. Asbury Peppers, "why is tho letter k' like a wedding?' ' No one noticed him, but he went on: "The letter 'k' is like a wedding be cause it causes a change from cooing to cooking." Cincinnati Tribune. THRASHER WILL FIGHT. Says tlio Ieajjtie Will be Ultimately liene fittetl. S. P. Thrasher of the State Law and Order league, in speakiugof the libel suit brought against him by V alter Scott' of Cheshire, said last evening that he is not losing any sleep over this matter. Continuing, IMr Thrasher said: "I shall meet Mr Scott on the field of battle I have- not yet seen anything, heard anything or felt anything, which causes me to fear. I feel that this matter will be settled in the courts in such a way that the league will be ultimately benefited. "I might add that if forced to defend myself 1 shall do it to the satisfaction of the court and public." This last re mark was in response to a question asking Mr Thrasher it he intended to call into court the prominent witnesses Piano Recital. The term "recital" was nsed for the first time in, announcing Liszt s piano forte performances at the Old Hanover Square rooms. Tho pianist indeed in one of his letters writes, "La recital, e'est moi. ' 'Academy. Foot Ball Goods Everything in the Foot Ball lme. Spe cial prices to clubs. Kyau ana. examine line. D. BWilsoh's , V -7 Thanksgiving Is now at hand. If the lesson of God's goodness shall serve the end, it -will teach those who give thanks because they have received much that they should likewise dispense a portion of that bounty to those to whom It has not been given. That there is enough for all and to spare none can doubt, but the health of man nas in a large measure deprived, a great many of their share. This then is the time for the man who deviseth liberal things to brighten the eyes of others to feed the hungry and clothe the naked to enable them to rejoice in the goodness of man as well as the goodness of God. The empty coal bin can easily be filled and he who confers snch a gift may find that the warmth he has imparted to weaK, emacia ted, shivering bodies, will come baok to him intensified a thousand fold. The beaitfelt "God bless you, sir," never falls go sweetly upon any ears as upon his to whom they are spoken. "You do not know what kindness yon have done my little one, sir," not only tells how much your kindness was needed, but expresses far more than words can describe the thankfulness that yon have caused to soring forth like a fountain of life. The many weary months of hard times ren dered all the more necessary the extension of a very good work. Our public charities are doing tbeir share, yet there is the greatest need for the charity that can now be given so worthily and in so many ways. If you can throw wide you doors and let the helpless share your goodness you will be remembering the poor whom we have always with ns, you will feel anew the force, the strength, ths sweetness of those tender words of Him, who said, "It ia more blessed to give than to receive." TECisrKiso-rviisra- SALE OF TRIMMED HATS. We will sell our 1 50 hate for 99c We will sell our 2 50 hats for 1 49 We will sell our 3 00 hats for 1 99 We will sell our 4 00 hats for 2 99 We will sell our 5 00 hats for 3 99 We will sell our 6 00 hats for 4 99 Have you thought anything about Christmas. Well we have the plums of the novolties to show you. They are the most dainty creations of the market this season. Come and see them at Cowles. 99 L 101 So Main street A. F. Cowles. E. T. Turner & Go. Out Flowers in All Varieties Fresh Every Morning. Furniture Coupons With. Every Purchase. ! 13. V) An Art Exhibition Where no admission tickets are necessary is tho display of carpet; and rugs at a win- incs. x anor "jarpets. iiinms iw'jm -arpes. stair ana nan carpets, anu carpets aim rugs tor every conceivable purpose and place. What you win want to Duy uieis ween is a yard wide brussels carpet, which is on sale atl83-iH) bo xuam ot. tugumer wmi a mil hue of furniture, crockery, lamps and house furnishings. Undertaking in all its Branches KELLY SAYS: TWINING & Co. All goods bought tor cnaritanie pur poses wjll be sold Jor first cost this week., 183-170 South Main Street Waterbury & Torrington. Csh or Credt HAVE YOU SEEN THE SIGN . "Take One, Free?" Well, our Wednea. day evening and Friday bargain day list amounts to about the same thing. We offer for Wednesday evening the same inducement that we do on Friday. SEE LIST: Domestic Department. All linen damask fringed towels worth. 10c at 7c. The largest damask towel in the city for 17c. Extra large damask towels, speolal 2 fot 2oc. All linen crash worth 8o at 6c. Bleached rash, regular price lOo for 7o. Fringed doylies at 33c a dozen, worth 50. Table linen, regular 2oo quality, atl2c. Half bleached regular 62o quality at 39c. White cambric, regular 10c quality.atfc. Turkey red damask, regular 20c quality, al 12ic, Turkey red damask, regular 37o good3, at 25c. Turkey red damask, regular 50o goods, at 39c. Great bargains in blankets from 75o pair up. Denen sets for holiday presents very cheap. Gloves. Ladies' pique walking gloves, 4 button out scam English reds, tan3 and browns, for 1.15. Ladies two clasped walking gloves, black with colored stitching, for 1 25. Ladies' 4 button euede gloves, heavy stitched backs, all colors, 1 00. Ladies' 7 hook glove, plain backs, all colors, regular 1 25 goods for 79o. Children's and misses' 2 clasped pique glove red t&n for 1 00. A bcautiral cashmere glove, very fine .and nico for 25c, worth 37 Jo. to who he alluded in his open letter.