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WATERBURY EVENING . DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1805
itrrae Advance Holiday Season Sale For tlio Entire Week. Evervtlrinsr in Readiness for Prospective 0 ,1. Buyers of STMAS : No need of procrastination: Thousands Of dollars worth of Christmas Goods to be disposed of. As a mutual benefit to our customers And ourselves, we have dfcided to take time by the forelock and ofler the follow ing inducements to those in pearoh of Holiday Gifts - who might be likely to de fer their purchases to the last moment, and thus obviate as much as pessible the usual crushing and crowding of Christmas hopping. Baby Carriage Robes. The most acceptable gift to any mother. Specially low for ju&t this week Animal Shape White Wool Sheep, skin Baby Carriage Robes with place for baby's head, cur regular $5 00, only 3 89 Pictures. Iiarge size Gilt Frame Pictures, var ious subjects, regular price 3 59, this week 2 CO Easels. White Enamel, Fir Foot Easels, brass trimmings, regular price 2 00, this eale 123 Lamps. The largest line ever shown in Brass, Onyx, Delf, Dresden and China, with shades to match. Special. Brass Banquet Lamp, best burners, regular price 3 00, this week 1 23. Decorated China night lamp isith globe all complete, this week 23c Lamp Shades. Pilk Lamp Shades, lace trimmed, reg ular price 1 38, this week 98c Furniture. Ladies' Polished Oak Writing Desks, this week 3 98, 5 98. 6 75, 7 98, 13 98 Book Cases. Polished Oak Book Cases, this week 1 69,tt2 98, 4 25, 5 98 urr Potatoes. White Star Potatoes, nice sizs and good cookers, per bu 3Sc Teas any kind you want, per lb . 37o elsewhere 60c kind. Operating three stores and buying in large quantities for CASH, we can and do sell as low at retail as others pay at whole sale. GASH Grocery Store, 47 East Main St. Waterburr.Conn. Naugatuck. Telephone . Ansonia. 86 .2 Continuation of Our Great Introduction Sale. rr Never before in the history of Waterbury has" good reliable clothing been sold at Such wonderful low prices. Men's nobby all wool cheviot suits, well made and trimmed, regular $10 00 value, during this sale, $7 87. Men's fine black clay diagonal suits in eithtr saok or frock, splendid value at $12 00, and kold by other dealers in Wa terbury at $15 00. Our price during this Bale. $9 25. Men's all wool beaver overcoats; well mad, and latest cut, guaranteed to be equal to the best $12 00 coat, on the mark et. Our introductory price $7 85. Men's blaok and blue, fine beaver over coats, good honest trimmings and linings, and guaranteed a barpain at $15 00. Oar introductory price $9 90. Men's elgnt black and blue kersey overcoats, finely trimmed and made cheap at 18 00 Our introductory price $11 9t). Men's heavy all wool antn, wasrantid not to rip, end cheap at $2 50 and $3 00, wilt be said during this sale at $1 87. Men's nobby $3 00 end $4 CO pants, go daring this sale at $2 63, end everything else in the trouser line at same reductions. ill BURfdOTHRiGHO S3 BANK ST. Your Money back for the asking. CHE IE : PRESENTS. Gauze Fans. At 59c, Pure White Gauze Farsdsin'y designs, regular price 1 00, this week 59s Feather Fans at 25c. Pretty Fer.ther Fans, in pink; light blue, yellow and white, this wcel 25c Jewelry. 2 50 solid gold ssaif pics at 98a Solid gold baby rings at . 25c Solid gold baby ring with pretty stone 50c Ladies' solid cold chased Tings, regu lar price 1 50. thU weak 93c Sterling silver cufi buttons, regular price 93c, this week 43c Sterling silver hat pins, new d( signs, this week . 23c Ladies' Aprons for 'Holiday Wear. Ladies' Aprons, fine quality lawn, regular price 17c, this week 10c White aprons, wide ruffles of em broidery ruffles on bottom, thi3 week 25c Exfra large white aprocs, jine inser tions of embroidery, r? gu;ar price 75c, this week 45c Small tea aprons, fine quality5 of em broidered Swiss, regular . price 1 25, this week 62o Handkerchiefs. Something new Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs, with dainty initial on corner, regular price 25c, this week - 17c Point Venice Handkerchiefs, very choice, sold everywhere at 50c each, our erica i 25c Elegant assortment of fine linen em broidered Irish Point and Lace Handkerchiefs, at special prices thi3 week. Plain White Hemstitched Handker chiefs, regular price 5c, this week 3c Umbrella Stands and Jardin ieres. Handsomely decorated China jardin ieres, regular price 1 50, for this week 98c 9 Sold at 72 Snuth Main St are made in York state, in V? the "Hickory Belt." We sell them lower than ash and soft wood sleds elsewhere. From highest grade of business steel by all the celebrated makers and Every pair warranted. sold from 25c up Parlor lamps with dome to match. 633. Beautiful brass banquet lamps, 75c. Solid cast1 spelter, cold elated. S5. silk shades 95 o." . ; f Gardiner Bargain Hoiis 123 Bank and 72 South Main Steeets. Conspicuous If ader3 . in cut p:ices. Everything in the Bank street store must be cleaned out in 25 davs. and the lftrcr and more expensive articles , at your own price. Holiday Goods in Both Stores. Endless variety and far below usual prices. We are introducing an egg beater, some waterproof blacking and a silver polish worthy your attention. 0 I B . All the celebra- ! rfPfPiO te(l makes far EB 1 1 DOS. Ol Ctfa under price and if they don't please you jour money back. Almost everything for the housekeeper and "if you see it in the Bargain House its a bargain:" Open Evenings Until Christmas. Before Buying Christmas Presents i Call in aud see our elegant line of Prayer Books, 3C0" different styles to se lect from. We have also a nice line of Toys " and Children's story , books and Christmas cards. J.H. Mulville, 110 East Main St. A Valuable Assistant. It is almost essential that there should be Women Undertakers, as few men are capable of attending to the many details (bnt oiaprip a woman's , toilet; Snch an UNDERTAKER is in my employ, who not only embalms, but attends to dressing and decorating A complete line of caskets aad all General Furnishings always in stock. 3 Ambulance on call at all hours. W.F. York, Agent. ' 120 SOUTH MAIN ST. ( i)lst J el office 5 East Main j W. F York. 186 North Main ( W. W. Leonard. 48 Dm-ar NIGHT CALLS Telephone at ofiice and house. ail Lamos Wear On Or if you want it the oilier way SOMEWHERE on earth you may find another store rivaling ours in quality and price on OES! But you will never get better VALUES. If you want to buy at Bed Rock Prices, Try Us. Our special to-day is WomerVs Vici Kid Double Sole Shoes at $2.00. 129 Bank Street. For Tender Feet A v. '-.ft iAfcj A v This machine sews on the sole as well a by hand. No pegs or tacks to ruin your feet CALL AT ITT South Main Street. M. lioiczer. GIFTS JUST ARRIVED. A fine lot of diamonds, watches, clocks, silver sterling and fine plated goods. Gen uine diamond rings, $4 and upward3. Ladies American watches, $10 and up wards. Gsnts American watches. $6 and up wards. All sizes, 0, 1, G, 10. 14, 16, 18 Gall and see the goods and prices. Always willing to show our goods. Gold glass frames fully one-third less than others charge. 145 ' ank street. Watebbuby, Conn, SH wmm W 'if - lvs w n fit fivu&i ennett gaJanced ...BY-PRICES AND VALUES... He walks f asily and keeps a perfect equi librium. Prices and values should always balance each other, as they always do at our store. Where goods are offered at impossibly low prices there must be some thing the matter with the values. Our prions are always as low as RIGHTLY MADE goods can be made for. Oar Overcoats and U.'sters at $10 00, 12.00, 15 00, 1G 50, 18 00 and 20 00 are the best values in Waterbury, So are -our Bays Reefers, Ulsters and Overcoats at $3.50, 5.00 and 7.50. Flullings, 97 to 103 Bank Street. Dress Suits to rent. Our Holiday Line will Boon be ready, which will in elude a choice collection of miscellaneous books, also Bibles, Frayer Books and Hymnals, which are a new departure with us. In the meantime our stock of Blank Books, Fiemoraridurns and Stationery has not been neglected though the mark ing and placing of new goods has kept U3 unusually busy Look For a Fine Disolav of Christmas Goods at L M. Belalr k Co, 106 Bank Street Opposite the Old Location. Employment Bureau. WANTED At once. Cooks. Laundresses Waitresses, and crirls for all kinds of general Housework, lieierenco required. rs Gostenbader, S Glen Kidge. Between Central avenue and rmebtrcets. Boston Dentist. DENTISTRY in all its Branches, at moderate prices 141 BelxxIs: St. Office hours, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays, from 8 a m. to 4 p. m. ZDr "Walters. Or E. R.' Patzold, Surgeon Dervtist Fine gold and silver fillings a specialty. Also fine gold and " " AFTER bridge work. Satisfaction guananteed or money refunded. Very moderate prices Consultation in English and Gerrraa. Open Evenings. WHITE BUILDING, OPP P. O. 90 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn. Best Gilt Edge Creamery Butter, 23c pound, 4 1-2 lbs for $1.00. Boston Butter House, 147 South Main Street. What are you going to give the Boy for CHRISTMAS ? What would be better than a pair of uStorniKing" Rubber boots, that coma over the knee ? We are over stocked on these goods and will sell you from Deo 10th to Jan 1st Boys' Storm Kinft" rubVjl boots, sizes 1 ta 4 for 2 CO. souths sizes 11 to 13i, $1 91. These are first quality and the price is lower than you would pay for seconds. We have also a large stock of WARM and FANCY slippers for Mother, Father and the Children. Conn Boot "& snoe Co, E. E, Colby. 28-30 East Main St. 1. STANDS BY HIS RECORD, JadgeCowell Fines a Ilackiuau forTliip- pinjj His Horses. There was only one crse hi the city court tins morninr. that of JoseoU l)o- an, a hackman, charged with abusing lis horses. He was whipping the horses on est .Main street last msnt and Officer Allen entered a. complaint against nm and he was arrested later. Clerk lli-onsou prosecuted him this morning. Dokm fakl he was carrying Dr Conker from the Apothecaries hall to J. Hobart JJronson's residence. ''Tliat makes no diflerence,'' said Attorney Bronson. l,ou should not abuse your horses." Dolan said he only hit them three times. Officer Allen said he whipped them more times than that. Judge Cowell said: "You should trade your horses or feed them. 1 have a record of never letting up on a man who abuses a horse and I'm not going to stop now. ' lie fined Dolan 3 and costs. Wasted Figures. He Then everything is fixed, and we can be married in May, can't we? She Thero 13 only 020 thing I have not spoken of, and mamma insisted that I must. He Certainly, my angel. What is it! Bid me go through any trial for youi dear "sake, and I'll do it. Ask for the golden fleece, and if such a thing is in existence I'll get it. Aye, even though 1 must swim the seas, climb the loftiest peaks, or search in the fuming craters of mighty volcanoes, I'll do it. She It isn't much, my dear. Ham ma eaid.1 must ask yon how much you intended to allow mp a week for pin money. He Um er how much are pins a paper now? New York Weekly. Good Listeners. In conversing with one 's friends noth ing is so chilling as an apparent lack of attention and sympathy. It might bo added that nothing is more vulgar, were not the listener's indifference com mon to the majority of our most cul tured people. If, when one is addressed:, she will remember to incline tho body slightly forward, an attitude of rapt at tention will soon be unconsciously as sumed, and, whether really worthy cf it or not, new recruits gained for the al ways popular, as rare, class known as "good listeners." New York Times. In the fourteenth century the slaugh ter of women and children after a town or castle had been taken by storm was one of tho most common occurrences 9? war. The chemical properties of cofi'es beans are .caffeine, fat, caffeic acid, gum, saccharine, legumin and celluloEO. y ui aim o ii w i The only strictly wholesale Liquor Warehouse in Water bury. Are headquarters for fine family and Holiday goods. Their imported Brandies, lias, Rums: Are the very best imported, and many physicians are prescribing them for their patients, and di rect them to go to Doerr, Hell mann & Co. Their California wines are the best only, as they will not deal in trash. If you want a gallon of wine for the table or a bottle of brandy for the sick room, . Doerr, Hell mann & Co's is the place to get it. They are still sole agents for Quinine Whiskye, The best medicine for a cold. Doerr, Helimann h Go, SO 0-rELnci Street. jjp Orders by mail or tel ephone will receive prompt at tention. No charge for delivery. Docrr, 1M lb BRONSON LIBRARY MATTERS. Council Committco Will IUcommfnd That tlio City Wny tho Old Propcrtj and also appropriate 1,000 For tta Library. The board of agents of the liron-oc library, and the special committee of th court of common council, held a confer- ence last niirht. Thp council was represented bv Maror Kih uun, .menr.ea vross and Halpin ana Couucilmeu Brewer and Clohessey and the board of agents by President John O.Neill. General S. W. Kpllncm. or,,i Lewis A. Tlatt. The board of arents oflfarpil tr coil tim old property to the city or lease it for., ninety-nine years, providing the city wovuu guarantee an annual appropria tion. Mr O'Xeillsaid that the. pnpti?p nf tha library since occupying the new building had been greatly increased. Mr Tlatt taiu mat the library liad beeu slow in buying new books. The library agents thought that an annual appropriation of $2,500 would be satisfactory. Mayor Kilduff suggested that the city buy the old Bronson library property for $25,000 and pay the interest on tha't amount at 4 per cent, per annum, which would amount to $1,000 as an annual in- -come, aud in addition that the city ap propriate $1,000 for the benefit of the library for the year 1S0G, which would make an income of 82,000 for the year 1806 for the library. The agents looked with some favor upon this plan, but thought that they could not get along without 2,500 a year to meet the necessary demauds. The mayor said that the tax rate was twenty-two mills, although the approp riations had been cut as low as possible. Mr O'Xeill thought it would be a good plan to pay only part for permanent im provements, such as paving and surface hardening, and issuing bonds for the re mainder. Mayor Kilduff would not listen to thi3 plan. The citv's interest account i3; al ready 75,000 and he believed in the pay-as-you-go plan. After further discussion the library agents retired and the council committee adopted the mayor's recommendation as follows : To reconmieud to the court of common council to purchase the old Bronson librarj- property for the sum of 25,000 and that the city pay the inter est annually on that amount at 4 per cent to the board of agents of the Silas Bronson library, and that in addition the sum of 1,000 be appropriated for the year 1S90 for the maintenance of the library and the purchase of new books, making in all an income of 2,000 from the city for the library for the year 1S0G. . PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Leander Richardson has taken his play, "Baby Mine," away from Thomas Q. Sea brook 0. Nettie do Coursey will be starred at tba bead of a largo company nest season in a burlesque opera entitled "Dick Turpin, Jr." Tho success of "IIi.5 Excellency" at the Broadway, New York, is fo great that ife will bo brought back to New York after a tour. Rehearsals of "Chimmie Fadden" have bc0m at tho Herald Square theater, New York. Charles II. Hopper will star in tho piece. Jessie Bartlett Davis, perhaps tho love liest as well as the best of our comic opera prima donnas, contemplates a trip to Pal estine next summer. While in Denver T. IT. 3Iac Donald ol tho Dost on inns was presented with a knife, of Mexican manufacture, originally owned by General Sam Houston. Fay Templeton figures as performer, au thor and composer in "Excelsior, Jr." He? rendering of her own son?:, "I Want Yer, My Honey," is one of the hits of tho sea son. The death of Alexandra Dumas has re vived interest in his great plays. At pres ent Olga Ncthersolo has mora of Dumas works in her repertory than acy other ac tress. Probably Fanny Davenport, who pro poses to spend half a million of dollars oa her projected Davenport home, is tho first of her profession to niako such a magnifi cent donation. When Robert noudin,.tho French pres tidigitator, was at tho height of his fame, tho French government secured his serv ices to help conquer Algeria by scaring tho Arabs with his tricks. The contrast between tho personalities of Ellen Terry and Julia Arthur is no where shown so well as in "King Arthur." Miss Terry enacts Queen Guinerero and Miss Arthur the rolo of tho fair Elaine. DREAMS OF DRESS. Lusterless all wool crepons aro used for deep mourning. Loveliest ribbons and raro French floTT ers of shaded velvet aro displayed for win ter dress and opera bonnets. Narrow mink and sablo edgings aro up plied to bodico trimmings of velvet, silk, Eat in, chiffon and even lace. Violets or half open roses aro set among tho lace choux and rosettes on new deep collarettes and fichus for full dress wear. Mahogany velvet gowns havo accessories of whito and gold brocado shot with pinlc, with edgings of inch wide sable bands. New York Post. Very broad Persian, tartan and fancy brocaded ribbons from 12 to 14 inches wide aro used to form tho low, full Tarn O'Shantcr crowns en felt and velvet hats. Many of the new British coats made of red cloth aro wholly red, with only black fur or braid bindings. Others present a rhass of tho most complex and intricate braiding. , It is quite surprising tho hold rpanglca and ccquins havo taken on fashionabla fancy as a trimming not only for elaborate evening gowns, but for day dresses, waiita and wraps. Rich looking vandyko lacta by tbo yard and choice vandyko capo collars to bo worn with tea gowns, art toilets and picture gowns aro among tho dainty elegances for tho season. New empiro cloakg of cloth or black nacre moiro bang straight and loose from yoke to skirt hem. Tho yoko collet and full sleoves are of black velvet, richly spangled and jetted and edged with nar row fur. , Among tho novelties of tho season ara legging hose, a patented stocking foot, with a legging top, to bo buttoned in reg ular legging fashion from ankle to kneo. These are mado for ladies' and children's wear, to be worn variously with Oxford ties or button shoes. Weather Forecast Fair, probably, light enow; northerly winds.