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V I Jim WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1895. 0 Q LOVES : : Ladies' Two-clasp Gloves are the correct thing just now. Every store is selling them, but not at our price. Note how, we are soiling them. Ladies' Two-clasp kid gloves, embroidered back, three strand, at 79c a pair, usual price $1.00. Ladies' Two-clasp kid gloves, in reds, tans and black, all sizes stock, at 1 a pair, sold by others for 1.25. Ladies' Two-clasp kid gloves, extra fine quality, fancy black, embroidered back at 1.19 a pair, the usual $1.50 quality. If you've been waiting for the finest grade of Two-clasp gloves we've got them now, all sizes and colors. Ladies' Black All Wool Mit tens, heavy, warm, usual 25c quality, at 15c Saturday. Special for that day only. BANK STItEEX, WATEEBUET. 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 N&ils 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. AVhite Front. Tel 13-4. Never Had Such a Business On Overcoats. Such-overcoats as we show at the different prices from 6 00 to 22 50 is what is doing the business. V Quite a Demand fop Rough Faced Goods. ' Our Montagnac Overcoat at 20 00 fills the bill. It's soft feeling, warm and made up handsomely Silk shoulder and sleeve lining, clay worsted body lining. For the leading young men s overcoat, see our new strap seam coat. Heavy strap seams, 42 inches long, full back clay body linings, shoulder and sleeves of silk, price 22 50. At 15 00, blue and black kersey overcoats that are equal to what is sold outside for 18 00. Such a Popular Price as 10 00 fills the bill for a great many. Already we have sold 200 at this price, blue and black kerseys, cut in regulars, longs and stouts. Sizes 34 to 50. Boys; Overcoats 14 to 19, of kersey goods at 6 00, 9 00 and 12 50, Jones, Morgan & 96-93 BANK ST. RED mm CITY NEWS. Dr T. L. Axtelle is at home again, having fully regained his health. Prof Bailey will commence a new beginners' dancing class this week. Thoma3 L. Seabrooke in the comedy "Baby Mine'" at the opera house to night, 'i. The lady who advertised a bracelet lost is requested to call at the Democrat 6flice. Luke King of Wingham, Ontario, is visiting his sister, Mrs 3Iary Kelly of 15 Sperry street. ; ( The regular monthly meeting of the court of common council . and of the fire board will be held to-night. Joseph II. IJeid' - assistant mailing clerk at the postolllce, leaves to-day for the Atlanta exposition, where 'he will spend fifteen days. ' ' ' ' Sylvester Link, aged 61 years, died at his home, corner of Cedar and Willow streets, to-day. The funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon. The opening University Extension lecture of the season will be given in Leavenworth hall to-night when Pro fessor liice will speak on Bermuda. Harriet Parfett, aged 20 years, wife of Arthur Parfett died yesterday morn ing. The remains were taken to Goshen on the 11:17 train this morning for buriif The Pev Dr Martin, pastor of St Cecilia's church, who is under treatment at St Vincent's hospital in Xew York, i3 rapidly recovering and expects to re turn home Friday. Mrs Elizabeth Fitzpatrick of Westerly, P. I., and Miss Allie McCloud of Nor wich, who have been visiting Miss Agnes Fitzpatrick of Wall street, returned to their homes to-day. Frank Tully, 10 South street, a night firemen Jat Benedict & Durnham's, had the left side of his face badly scalded by escaping steam, last night. Dr Frost rendered medical aid. J. P. Fitzpatrick, for three years and one half prescription clerk at the Park drug store in Hartford, has assumed the management of Kilbride's . new drug store at East Main street. Pev Father Treanor told his people yesterday that the parish fair had been a gratifying success, notwithstanding the unfavorable weather. It netted a larger sum than the fair held last year.. The first basket ball game of the sea son took place in the armory Saturday night, between the Y. M. C. A. team and a team from Company A, resulting in a victory for the former. Score 13 to 8. . Joseph Pogers, 877 Bank street, an employe of Benedict & Burnham's wire mill, had the great toe of his left foot smashed while at work Saturday after noon. Dr Frost rendered surgical aid. Housekeepers should keep their weath er eye open for a swindler who has a new scheme. His stock consists of peb bles, which he tells the trusting women will, if placed in a kerosene lamp, prevent explosions. He charges 1, Mr and Mrs Patrick Fleming of 32 South street tenderod n. verpntinn tn about forty friends at their home Satur day evening in honor of visitors from Ansonia. A very enjoyable programme of a varied nature was rendered. Special forecast . for Connecticut: Pain, probably turning to snow, fol lowed by a coid wave, temperature fall ing fifteen to twenty-five degrees by Tuesday evening ; brisk southwest winds, followed by high northwest winds. The St Aloysius drum corps will hold a reception for its members and. friends on December 27. J. J. McEvoy is chair man of the committee of arrangements and "says the affair will eclipse anything of the kind held in the city this season. Messrs Terry and Bronson have been retaiued to assist E. P. Arviue in defend ing S. P. Thrasher in the libel suit which was brought against him by Walter Scott of Cheshire, in which he claimed 10,000 damages for injury to his hotel by reason of statements " caused to be printed by Mr Thrasher. The final examining board of the; Knights of Columbus, which met inXew Haven Saturday, approved of eighty applications for membership, making a total for the month of November of 400 admissions to the order, which is swell ing the ranks of the order at the rate of 4,800 a year. Four deaths only have been reported during November. F. A. Ham of New York has rented the Wayside Inn restaurant and will hereafter conduct the same in a manner which, he sas, is sure to give satisfac tion to its many patrons. Mr Ham in tends to introduce several new and novel ideas, one of which will be. to present each person visiting the restaurant with a copy of the Evening Democrat. The funeral of Mrs Joseph Guest took place from her late residence on South Main street at 9 o'clock this morning to the church of the Immaculate Concep tion where a mass of requiem was cele brated by the Pev Father Kennedy. The pallbearers were P. Holohan,John Pyan, M. Grelle and C. F. Downej-. Inter ment was in St Joseph's cemetery. There were a number of beautiful floral trib utes. It looks as though the rabbit crop, nextseason, would be light, judging from the number being captured by lo cal hunters. Every day parties come in with several. But the story told' in some quarters is that all the rabbits are not captured in a lawful manner. When two or more persons are 1 seen to start out with a ferret in one pocket, a bottle of "olive oil" in another, and with neither dog nor gun, and come back in the evening with a bag full of game,there is just cause for a suspicion that the rab bits have been foully dealt with. Xorwalk Wants a Vest House. Noravalk, Dec 2. There, is a patient at' the Norwalk hospital at present suf fering from a contagious disease, and as a result no more patients can be re ceived. This shows the great need of a pest house in this city, where patients suffering from contagious and infectious diseases maybe sent for treat ment. A number of applirants for ad mission to the hospital have been refused because of this patient, and public senti ment is being aroused on the subject. Bomb Thrown at Czar. London, December 2, The Central News Vienna correspondent wires that a bomb was . thrown at the Czar at St Petersburg, to -day. It struck his cloak and fell to the ground without rplod ing. It is sa'd that fourteen arrests have been made. The report lacks confirmation. Sheep Killed 15y Dojs. Gcilforp, Cec. 2. The selectmen of this town have been aslced to pay dam ages to the amount of 100, for the kill ing of seventeen sheep belonging to S. I. Cruttenden of East Piver, a tew days ago by dogs. The dogs got into a flock of Crutteuden's sheep, and besid kill, ing the seventeen injured four. Five more are missing. THE SHREWD GRAY SQUIRREL. 1 Attending Strictly to easiness, He Gets the Better of a Wily Hunter. "Of conrso," said a hunter, "every body knows that when a man with a gun comes along, the gray squirrel goes around on the .other sido of the tree ; ho doesn't get killed if he can help it, and he can help himself pretty well. I re member once coming across a gray squirrel up a big oak ; he was out on a branch about 40 feet from the ground. He saw rne as quick as I did him quicker, I guess and when I was ready to fire, he was around on the other side of tho branch. This branch was very, small only a mighty little bigger than tho squirrel, but he hugged it so closo and he was in such perfect lino with me that you couldn't see anything of him at all except a little bit of the tip of his tail that was blown out by a strong wind. I blazed away at him and never touched him. Then I went around on the other side of the tree, thanking that possibly I could get a shot at him from there, but as I went one way he went tho other, and by the time I had got over on the other.side ho was on the side I had como from, and in just as perfect line with me as he was at first, and just as safe. I tried him again with just the same result. "Then. I pulled a stako out ef a rail fence near by and planted it in the ground on one side of the tree and hung my coat on it, and went myself over on the other side ; I thought that possibly I might make tho squirrel think thero were two men there, or put him in doubt long enough to enable mo to get a shot at him, but he never paid the slightest attention to the coat. I don't suppose it would have made any differ ence to him if I'd opened a clothing store there ; he know the man with the gun, and it was the gun that he was looking out for. "Well, we dodged around that tree for quite a spell longer. There wasn't any other tree near by that the squirrel could go to, and he knew his only safe ty lay in sticking to the one he was in, and tho way he did stick to it and keep around always on the other side of that branch was something wonderful. I fired five or six shots at him altogether and filled the branch under him half full of shot, but never touched him, and when I thought I had wasted time and ammu nition enough, I left him. " New York Sun. TIMELY TOPICS. This is Peid & Hughes glove week. A few of the prices are published to-day. Curran's are making big preparations for the holidays, and have secured 5,000 ieet more or spice. E. J. Finn tells of a $2 shoe that is the biggest bargain of the season. It was made to sell for 2.50. Sum of monej- found. Two gentlemen may obtain board at 4 carsneiu street. Sprint stvles of carnets and npwfnr. niture for the holidays at J. G. Twining cV lO S. Conlon Brothers' bargain list for the next three days will interest the ladies. Special sale for Tuesdav at P. T. Turner & Co's. The goods are right and the prices are right. '' How the people are robbed in the fur niture trade. Head John Jlomrty & Co's new advertisement, Special bargains for the holidays in the Jtfiller & Peck Co's carpet and up holstery department. ' Christian's Superlative flour 3.95 a barrel at Dillon's cash grocery store. DISTRICT OF WATERBURY. ss. Probate Court. Nov. 29. 1895. , Estate of William F. Kennedy of Waterbury, in said district, deceased Pursuant to an order from the Court of Pro bate for said District, will be sold at Tublic Auction to the higher bidder, on the 14th day of Dec. A. D. 195. at 11 o'clock in the fore ny'xmis Previously disposed at private sale), the f ollowing real estate of said deceased situated in the town of Waterburv. viz, : The "equity of redemption in 3 pieces of land described and bounded as follows ; Tho lirsfc piece is situated on South street, with buildings thereon standing, bounded north 120 feet, mom or less, on land of said estate of William F. Kenned v. deceased : easterly 27 feet, more or less, on South street southerly 120 feet, more orless, on land now or formerly of estate of William Green, de ceased ; and westerly 27eet . more or les. on land now or formerly of estate of Cha-les Benedict, deceased. The second Piece is situated on said South street with buildings thereon standing bounded north about 121 feet on James ?.lur nane; easterly on South street about 50 feet south on said estate of William F. Kennedy' deceased, and estate now or formerly of Wil liam Green, deceased, about 124 feet and wes terly about 50 feet ou land now or formerly of Isaac Boughton. deceased. The third piece is situated on Granite street so-called, and is bounded as follows: Com mencing atStho northwest corner, which cor ner is in tho easterly Elino of a passway 5 feet wide, thence easterly about 82 feet inoro or less. thence southerly iso feet thence westerly about 82 feetl more or less, to - said passway, thence southerly ,m lino of said passway 50 feet to place of beginning; bing the same Premises conveyed to Wm. F. Kennedy by Scovill M. and Charlotte A. Buckingham. Oct, 9. 1880. bale to take place at tho pro bate court room. City hall, in said Waterbury Terms made known at tirno of sale. ESTHER A. KENNEDY. Administratrix. Foot Ball Goods Everything in the Foot Ball line. Spe cial prices to clubs. Call and examine on s IS, 15, 17 East Main St. JiL B. Wils .a. TKnsmrsr or Attractions.- 3STO 1. Ladies' trimmed felt -walking hats, 49o each. And this.dcys not tell half the story. 2STo S. Children's Hats and bonnets in such a variety of quality and styles as to preclude description in this limited space. JSTo 3. Doha' Hats? What! Dolls Hats? We have a line of Dolls Hats at 12o each. Send in the children. Exchange Place. The Mil IP Gil Go. Carpet and Upholstery Dept For the Holidays. If yon want something sensible for Christmas git3 don't skip this depart ment. Turkish and Antique Hugs, Portieres, Lace Curtains, Nottinghams, Irish Point and Brussels Net. At 59c, enr entire line of tapestry brus sels. At 1 39, Japanese rugs, size 3x6, hand some patt&rns. At 1 45, Smyrna rugs, size 30x60. At 1 87i to 10 00, chenille curtains. At 2 98 to 5 00, silk tapestry curtains. Rubber Matting Cut and fitted to your floor at manufac turers prices. Fur Robes. What can you give for a prisent that will be so satisfactory and comforting as a fur robe. We are headquarters, direct from maker to customer prices from 4 98 to 15 00. Leather Goods. Ladies pocketbooks and purses "with combination card cases. We are selling silver trimmed books from 25c to 10 00. Collar and Cuff Sets, Hdkfs and Glove Boxes. Men's, Women's & Children's Underwear. This is the rjlace to buv these eoods. We x o cater to the oeoDle and can snnnlv anv grade and any color wanted. Our prices ana quality mate this department all we ciaim ior it. Fur Weather. Its here now, don't delay, but get a cape before these fur garments are all sold, not many left now, compare our prices with mac 01 otners, just aoout nail. The Miller & Peck Co Wali Papers. Watch the west window in our wall paper store for samples of the papers were selling at naif price; some even - more than that. We have thousands of rolls to clear out previous to our in ventory, Deo 31. Genuine Body Brussels Carpet Our inventory sale extends to the carpet stare also. Yon can buy a genuine body brussels at the unheard of price 7oc per yd. Every other carpet at reducod 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 get 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. THE POOR. Thanksgiving Ss 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 has in a large measure deprived a great many of their share. This then is the time for the man who d'eviseth liberal thing3 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 such a gift may find that the warmth he has imparted to weaK, emacia ted, shivering bodies, will come back to him intensified a thousand fold. The heartfelt "God bless you, sir," never falls so sweetly upon any ears as npon his to whom they are spoken. You do nQt know what kindness you 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 you have caused to spring 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 their 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 ycu doors and let the helpless share your goodness you will be remembering the poor whom we have always with us, you will feel anew the force, the strength, ths sweetness of those tender words of Him, who said, "It is more blessed to give than to receive." KELLY SAYS: All goods bought for charitable pur poses vili be sold for first cost this week. OH ASEL Please Remember Skldmore 43 to 58 South Main St Housekeeping Goods Always Staple Always More'or Less Wanted. Where to purchase is tho question that puzzles the painstaking housekeeper. To assist you we name below a numbei of specials that will pay to keep in mind. Honeycomb towels, good heavy goods, at 5c each. . Honeycomb towels, one of the largest made, 7c each. Fine knotted fringe towels, all linen, 12Xo each. Extra huckaback towels, with hem stitched borders, at 10c each. Extra largo and heavy huckaback and oatmeal towels, very durable and and nice, 12o each. Extra large plain and knotted fringe and damask towels, at 19o and 23c. LUCY & FXTZGEKAID, Shoe Distributers. Ou.27 Oliildren's Indestructible School Shoes, Are Money Savers For White Shoe Store. 116 State Street, New London, Conn, No man can preserve all of his dignity XJzicior el Shocking Bad Hat. There is no time like the preaent iu 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. GILLMOB, "The Hattfer." 25 Exchange Place. Best place in Waterbury to buy Hats and Caps. THANKS O-IVHSTG- SALE OF TRIMMED HATS. We will sell our 1 50 hate for . 89c 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 CO 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 Christinas. 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 S101 So Main street A. F. Cowles. Eager and WatcMu Buyers of goods. in all grades and styles that is to say, recent styles have an eye always open for the novelties we are continually dis playing. We never let anything good go by and we handle nothing tut what is good. That's vrhy a smile of contentments irradiates the countenance of all our custo mers. Following are some lata additions to our stock: Spring Style Carpets, New Furniture For Holidays. TWINING & Co. 188-170 South Main S.rA Waterbury & Tonioston. Cjsh or Credt 0 el -en rur (io. vi tl IXO Telephone 154-1! Beautiful fine hemstitched damatS towels for bureau use, at 37ic to 1 50". . Excellent turkey red damask at 25c and 29c. ijarge variety of patterns; would not be dear at 37io. Grand union table damask at 2oc. All linen table damask, from 17c a yd to the finest and racst elegant patterns. Good substantial 5-8 napkins, ida a doa, to the finest at 4 50 a doz. Elegnt new table and tea sets at 3 2 3 50, 3 75, 4 69 to 12 00. A most suitable wedding or holiday gift. 83 Bank Street,- Waterbury, Conn New York Artistic Tailor EXTRA EXTRA 5EXTBA The fall and winter will soon be upon ns, 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 $4.00 np to $10, and suits from $1G to $35; overcoats $18. First class fit and workmanship guaran teed. Please don't forget the place, U ft 103 GRAND Street, Waterbury, Conn. Jlf9 Cleaning, pressing and dyeing prompty and satisfactor ily done. E. T. Turner & Go. Out Flowers in All Varieties Fresh Every Morning. Furniture Coupons With Every Purchase. Special Sale for Tuesday. The price is right. The goods are right and the store is all right. Everything must be right nowadays to get the patron age of the people. All know that we come as near being right in quality and price as any of them. We give the right goods at the ri.sht prices at the right time., Epad our bargains quoted for to-morrow and if ?e are not right, why all right. r Rasa J J j. case oi incn neavv ina.120 Dine Eno. i i lish prints from 10c to 7c. f jj o pieces neavy cream loom table damass from 59o to 4.3c. , . Best apron ginghams, the best goods at 5c. 75 doz only of $l CO real kid glace gloves, 4 button, all shades and all sizes at 75c pair. A let of fine kid gloves, we think about 23 dozen, our regular 6oc glove, at 59c. 100 beautiful sateen sofa pillow3, rufiled edge, from 50c to 39o. 112 piece dinner set, fine English por celain, Deautituiiy decorated, wort 1 17 50 p ai 12 57. j' Colored Dress Goods. I 15 pieces 38 in all wool serges, season able shades, fine texture 25c, well worth 39c. 10 pieces 36 inch two-toned illuminated and Persian effects, beautiful designs 25ot was 39c. 15 pieces 42 inch sll wool mixtures, excellent qualities, styles the best, 39o. We think that they are cheap at 50c. 20 pieces 0 inch silk and wool heather mixtures and neat checks 39c, 65o wa3 the price. 15 pieces 40 inch all wool serges, all the leading colors, desirable goods 35o yard, cheap at tOc. 20 pieces 51 inch West of England cloth in checks and strips, strictly all wool. The most desirable goods of the season 59c, well worth 75c. f I i i J; : . t, . Si r i .