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WATERBITItY JEVEN1NG DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1S95. OOKS. Oar book department is the most com plete in the citv. In addition to the well ; l-.non and popular aud standard works, wo have H tu!l lino of the latest publica tions. Following are seme of them : .Tack Al id wood Ellis. The Youa Conductor Ellis. Gathering Clouds Canon Farrar. Men of the Moss llags Crockett. Jack Alden Warren Lee Goss. Galloway Herd Crockett. Days of Auld Lang Syne Ian McLaren. Stark Monroe Letters Doyle. Pilgrim Fathers Dr Drown. 3f-t-si- Costrt-H Mi?s Ward. Siain by the Djones Blackmoro. Itrnifa Miss Barr. , Lawrence Garth Kirk. Three Stranded Yarn Clark Russell. Mammy Mystic McCIellan. Cala Carpathians Vernt. Agtinst Unman Nature Miss Pool. Mr Bonaparte of Corsic-i Bangs. A Daughter of the Revolution Coffin. "World Beautiful Miss Whitnev. History of the United States Bill Nye. The above are but a mere handful of what we have in stock. We have tig lines of Fopular Boots. handsomely bound in cloth, at 10c, 29 and 69o. 8. .Large assortment or clotn ana paper covered books from 1 cent up. Calendars and Booklets in endless va riety. Children's Books of all kinds, Lia n Books, Kindergarten Music Books. Bibles, Prayer Books, Devotional Books, etc, at lowest prices. BANK STREET, WATERBURY. iWARE- A TACK V v. s f r - -V !.;. -X. fir 1 JCaf V Comprehensive Stock. Nowhere in Waterbury can you get any thirg in the Hardware Line chiipf r or beit-r than we can sup ly yon with Ali our oods are the work f leading a u facturers, and the prices have . en sub jected to a test of cdujpui ou which $hos that our claims in the toreg iu.are fully warranted by the fact'. Ocme in and look over our stock and satisfy your self. P. J. BOLAN.- 90 aid 94 Bank Street. White Front. Tel 134. Thst the Cold Weather Has Set in, Yoti Canrot Pat Off Longer Bujing wfcat is Needed to Keep Toti Warm. Our Stock is complete in everything that pertains to cov ering the Man or Boy in the way of Clothing, Hats, Caps or Furnishings. UNDERWEAR. Prices from 4Sc to 2.00. A fewT prices will show the way we sell it. Heavy White and Natural Shirts and Drawers, a Wool, at -iSc. big part Wright's Health underwear, in natural and white, at 75c. All wool, natural color, heavy weight, value 1.25, at 9Sc Scarlet Camel's Hair and White, at 1.00. GLOVES We always carrv the largest stock in the city. .Working (jrloves, oil tan. knit wrist, 25c to 75c. Scotch Gloves, 25c to 1.00. Street Gloves, fleece lined. Dogskin Gloves, 48c to 1.50. Buck.Gloves and Mittens. Mocha Gloves, fleece lined 50c to 1.37, and many others. CAPS Of the warm kind and the latest shapes, for Men and A. Boys. Woolen Caps of the 50c grade, at 25c. Scotch Caps, the new double band Golf cap, beaver and plush caps, all at a lower price than elsewhere. Cardigan Jackets. Beach Coats, Lamb's Wool lined Canvas Jackets. Cordu- joy lined, reversible Leather Coats, and everything needed to keep the cold out, at the smallest prices. Jos Hot 96-98 BANK. ST. RED tl HARD A I1 A 1 i-S -3 4 VI Oh gan CITY NEWS. "A Black hheep" at the opera house to-niht. Special forecast for Connecticut: Fair, followed by snow ; stationary tem perature. John B. Somerville has accepted a position as salesman with Ryan fc Fitz m an rice. ' The Second division, A. O. II., will hold its annual meeting to-night when oilicers for the ensuing year will be elected. Maurice Shea of Hickory street wants his friends to know that he is not the man of that name who figured in the city court yesterday. The. . Shoninger Co has dissolved and hereafter the business in this city will be run under the name of the M. Sonnenberg Piano Co. Hundreds of people are being tilted out with stylish overcoats and ulsters on easy payments. You can have one on the same terms, at the Credit Clothing Co's. G. C. Bishop, lately in chanre of the Hartford olhYe of the Sunday Herald, has returned to Waterbury and will assume his old position in the Herald's local oi- Professor J. Tavlor Weart addressed a large audience of men at the Y. M. C. A. hall last night. -Mr Weart is au in teresting talker and his hearers were much pleased with his etlort. The sixth annual concert and sociable of the Brooklyn Athletic club will be held in the. auditorium on New Year's afternoon and evening. Bergen's or chestra will furnish music aud Professor L. Herr w ill call the dances. The meeting of Court Shields, F. of A. will hereafter be held on the second and fourth Tuesday in each month. The Foresters union committee meets the first Thursday in each mouth in G.A. II. block. Frank Taylor, who claims Waterbury as his home, was found wandering about the streets of 31iddletown early batur day morning. He was arrested and locked up. .Judge Pearne, gave him a ticket of admission to the Haddain jail for ten days. David Williams, 107 Brown street, an employe of the Waterbury Clock Case Co, caught his right hand in a power press this morning, badly lacerating the thumb. - He was "taken "to the office of Dr Frost, where Dr O'Connor amputated the member at the lirst joint. The following entertaiument commit has been selected for Professor Bailev's eholars' reception in Leavenworth hall. January 1G: ,J. L. Killelea, XV. J. Ilis- ton, J. T. Kellv, Irving Xoether, d. O'Connor. F. S. Herr, J. J. Donovan, K. V. Crooker, William Conlon and L. .M. ural. Thursday eveniug Division Xoo, A. O. ., t igaidze the iiit mauchof the i.a no auxiharv of the A. O. II. m this , in G. A. II. hall, with appropriate ceremonies. Seventv-hve names have eeu secured and there is every reason o believe that this number wi.l be in Teased considerably withiu a short time. The Southern New England Telephone company lias placed the whole ot the 51;jO,000 of new stock reeentlv author ized, making a total of $1,050,000. This noney from the. increase of stock has een largely used in paying for new dant in the shape of wires placed in uu lerground conduits. The past year the company has placed a considerable unount of underground wire. 31 rs D. F. Webster presided at the luarterly meeting of the Y. 31. C. A. auxiliary, yesterday afternoon, when several ladies read selections from re ports and addresses on auxiliary work. General Secretary Day gave the meeting in outline of the work which is being undertaken in the vacancies department-. Mrs P. C. Cowlcs rendered a vocal olo. In addition to the papers read last night at the meeting of the Waterbury Medical association by Drs Donahue and Crane, a paper was read by Dr J. 31. Benedict on amputation at the hip ioint by Wveths' bloodless method. A com mittee consisting of Drs Haves. Hodman and Crane was appointed to make a selection of a list of books which the agents of the Bronson library will be asked to place on the catalogue. William Branuigau and Richard Kearney, two "hobos," were struck b- a train oii the Xew England road near New- Britain last night. They were taken to Xew Britain and attended by a physi cian and then brought to Hartford on the New England road at 11 :20 o'clock. Thev were taken to the hospital in the ambulance. The men were too drunk to - . . t i . . . give mucii luioranuion auouc the acci dent. They were considerably bruised. but were not seriously injured. The hearing as to who is entitled to uie $iuu ouereu uy ine stare lor the cap- ture oi liooert coon, the horse thief. came up before Judge Shumwavin the superior court at Xew 31ilford Saturday. At the ' session last month Judge Shumwav awarded the money to John F. Simmons of Winsted, but ex-Deputy Sheriff Hitchcock of Plainville and Wa terbury claimed that there was some thing wrong with the notice he received of the hearing and his claim was al lowed. -Yesterday 3Iiss 3Iinnie J." Scully, daughter of John Scull-, 20 Washing ton street, was twenty years old, and a large number of friends called at the house and made the occasion a memo rable one by the rendition o an interest ing musical and literary programme. 3Iessrs Derwin and Fritz of the Ideal Banjo club were in attenance and ren dered some excellent selections on the banjo, mandolin and guitar. The gather ing'was made up principally of I.Chase's fair clerks and their best fellows. An appetizing menu was served, to which all did full justice. The hostess was the re cipient of several manifestations of es teem. When the new time table on the Xew England road goes into efiect Sunday, December 15, the 12 :55 p. m. express for Boston and the 1 :25 train for 3Lid dletown, wdiieh connects there with the Boston flyer, will be combined. The time of departure from Waterbury is not yet known, but it is believed that it will leave the city at the time of the present 31iddletow n train, 1 :25. The 3iiddletow n train will hereafter be made up at Xew Britain, although a through car will probably be run between Water bury aud 31iddletown. Going west, the 31iddletowu train Vhich 'arrives at Waterbury at 5 :22 p. m. will be com bined with the train which arrives here from Hartford at 4 :50. The exact time , of arrival is not anuounced. A special meeting of St Joseph's T.A. society will be held this eveniug. Chief Snagg said this afternoon that without a doubt last night's fire was of incendiary origin. It was started in the north end of the main building, near the barn. The members of the Catholic Literary association are making preparations for the lecture on the "Voyages of St Bren dou," which will soon be given in their rooms by Thomas F. Deviue, prin cipal of the Bank street school. The American now occupies its hand some new home ou Grand street. The building and equipments are modern in even- respect. The paper was printed last evening upon a Potter web perfect ing press and some of the type was set bv machinery. Joseph J., the five-year-old son ot 3rr and 31rs James II. Slavin, died at the family residence, 12SG East 3Iain street, at S :l0 last -evening, after a severe ill ness. The deceased was a bright,-manly lime fellow of promise, and won hosts of friends bv many endearing traits. The remains will be port for interment in leaving on the 1 :2S p. row. taken to Bridge the family plot, m. train to-mor- AMBASSADOR BAYARD SCORED. Ilesolntion For Ills Impeachment Intro (luccd in the House To-day. Washington", Dec 10. Representa tive Barrett, republican, of 3Iassa ehusMts, to-d: y introduced a ref-o-hniun in the "ncuse for the impeach ment of Thomas F. Bayard, United States ambassador to Great Britain, for recent utterances which, MrBarrett says, reflect upon the intelligence and in tegrity of the American people and con gress. 31 r Crisp of Georgia opposed con sideration of the resolution, on the ground that it was out of order. Speaker Reed ruled that the resolu tion was in order and Mr Barrett took the floor in support of his resolution. WAGES INCREASED. Brakrmeu of the Consolidated Iloail Ajjroeably Surprised, Xevt IIavex, Dee 10. The freight brakemen on the Consolidated road were to-day notified of an increase in com pensation, amounting to about ten eents a day. Xew Haven "Wants the Karth. Washington, Dec 10. Congressman Sperry to-daj- introduced a bill appro priating one half million dollars for im provements in Xew, Haven harbor, and $100,000 for the New Haven break water. "Wanted For Burglary. Putnam, Dec 1. Fred Bo wen, who has just been released from a 3Iassachu setts state prison, Is wanted here and in hhode Island on charges of burglary. He was in town a few davs ago but skipped out before the authorities could apprehend him. Engineer Seriously Injured. New- HavEN, Dec 10. Frederick Del- lert an engineer ou the Xew York division of the Consolidated road is at the hospital in this city lying in a criti cal condition. He is suffering from con cussion of the brain, the result of strik ing his head against a signal pole, while passing through Bridgeport fcunday in his engine. First in Thirty Years. Frankeokt, Ky, Dee 10. To-day witnessed the lirst inauguration of a re publican governor of this state in thirty years. William O. Bradley, who carried the state for the republicans in the last election, is the man to receive the honor. The inauguration ceremonies were held in front of the old executive man sion and were witnessed by an enormous throng. The crowd was the Largest that has gathered at an inauguration in m an jT years. It is estimated that 20, 000 strangers attended the ceremonies. The city was in holida- attire and busi ness was suspended. TIMELY TOPICS. Prof J. Taylor Weart will give his famous stereopticou lecture on "Dis eases of the Skin and Body," at Y. 31. C. A. hall to-night, commencing promptly at S o'clock. Admission free, bv ticket obtained at the Y. 31. C. A. have a Bargain on Avers St.. No. 56. - - s. 5 Tenements, which are rented low for $40.00. You can buy it for $3,500. THINK. Rent $480 a year. I Large Lot. E. W. MOORING, 26 cast Main bt. This reek is the man who secures one of our 2 Shoes. This shoe was originally Intended to eell for $2 .CO. Through a lucky trade condition it has come into our possession under circumstan ces that make it possible for us to sell it at the price mentioned 1 7 Exchange Plac, E. J. E nin, si r j 14 1 Leader of Styles, Although - Cur ada usually are directed to the Wf arers of bats and bonnets, we neverthe less have not forgotten tbe Old Ladies, for wtom caps are indispensable, and to-day we call attentiou to a nico line of Old Ladies' Caps. TVhich we are displaying. The assortment i a very extensive one, making a satisfac tory selection an easy and pleasant matter. .CHASE, Exchange Place. A FIXE LIXE OF Carvers : : Table Cutlery, Pocket Cutlery, Scissors and Shears, CAN" BE FOUND AT D. B. Wilson's 13, 15. 17 East Main St. The Miller & Peek Go. Sensible Holiday Presents. V'MAT A DISPDAr OP hand kerchiefs. Never before have you seen snch a var iety. Evfry kind jou can think of and some kinds vtu rever saw before All prices from ha t 1 00. DRESS PATTERNS FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS. 50 patterns put up especially for holi day presents. All wool t-erges, storm serges, henriettas, etc. at 1 9S. At 2 79. 1C0 dres9 patters of fancy wool suiting. At 19c, 10 pieces Anderson's best Scotch ginghams, value 25c. HOLIDAY UMBRELLAS. At 98c E'lglish serge umbrellas. At 1 4S. English serge umbrtllaB, hand somely mounted with silver, value 2 00. At 2 98, silk serge umbrellas, close rolls, steel rod, value 3 60. LADIES' MACKINTOSHES rom 1 69 up to 10 00. CLOAKS AND FURS. Trices on coat and furs are what they nsanlly are in February. The weather con dition imke it so. Gloves and Mittens. For men, women and children. If you need them, this is the place. Holiday Books. Juveniles. Color picture books from 10c to rOo. Wide Awake, Little Folks A mual, Lo- throp's Annual. Oat Tales, Dog Tales, Horse Stories, Pansy's Book, Chit Chat. 1,000 Illustrated Books at 10c, 15c, 20o and 25c. BOYS' BOOKS Through Arctics and Tropics. Among the Lighthouses, Wonders on Sea and Shore, Robin-on Orusoe, Scout- lnfr tor btanley. mroukn Kussia on a Mustang, Horatio Algers Books. Second Floor. A qreat variety to select from. Fur rug-, moquette rugs, wilton has- kocss, baby carriage robes, cnenille por tieres, silk portieres, Nottingham and Irifrh point curtains, Scotch madras, real cluney and antique curtains. Wall Papers. Watch the west window in our wall paper Ptore for eamplea of the , papers we're selling at half price; some even mt-re 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 buy a genuine body brussels at the unheard of price 7.c 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. Bt sure and get one of those hand some black cloth and gold embroid ered 4 fold Japanese screens, $3 50 each. TI L. F. Eease co, 158 to 16S Grand Sibeet. Kelly Says :' What funny thinqs you will sae when away from home, (specially it your wife is with you As I walked down Broad street in Philadelphia a sign in the window of a butter store attracted my attention. It read : "Fresh Eggs, 20 Cents a Dozen." Directly across the street was another store in the same line of business. A board projected from the. window with a picture of a hand pointing to that "20 cent egg sign" across the street and on the sarge board were the following words: Their Price Betrays Them." And another sign with more facts than poetry caught my eye. When your grocer tells you that he has got a Flour as good as Pillsbury's Best, that he will sell you for less money; did it ever occur to you that he must have some object in so doing? When it is ad mitted by all the flour exchanges of the world that there is no Flour f to equal Pgllsbury's Best, because it makes more bread, whiter bread, lighter bread, and the bread will keep moit longer than that made from any other F onr. 'So vou can see at a glance that KELLY is not the only one that shows up the advantages of Pillsbury s Bet Flour above otner brands. FLOUR QUOTATIONS. Pillsbury's Best, f 4 25 Niagara Falls, 4.25 Washburn Crosby Co, 4.25 .Tnna Superlative. 4 25 If you will give my man an empty barrel. Kelly, the Baker and Farmer, but KQ Longer a Dacneior. '-1 . .. t. -txtr-jim. . . J-..J, tAf 43 to 58 South Main St The Event of the Season Will be Our Great OPENING- SALS ot HOLIDAY "We shall offer New and Standard Books of every descrip tion, at the very lowest prices. At the same time vou will be able to find Extraordinary Bargains In popular Books, Standard Bets, Special Holiday Gift Books, Children's Books. Boys Books, Girls' Books, Books for every body, Calendars, Christmas Cards, etc.; Any book not hi stock we will procure at short notice, at publishers prices. Do not miss this chance to put new and desirable reading in our li brary. All bur Books are bv the best authors, very superior paper, excellent type and fine bindings. LUCY & HTZGEBALI), Slioe Distributers. Our Cliilciroia's Indestructible School Shoes, Are oney PARENTS, White Shoe Store. 116 State Street, New London, Conn, Boston Furniture Co. HOLIDAY The Holiday Season is now upon minds of everyone. Among the many houses that display Tempting Attractions, there is not one that comes up to the 13, F. CO. in the extent and variety of its useful Holiday Attractions, together with its very low prices for first-class goods. We can convince the most cautious that what we here state is beyond contrad ction if they will inspect our stock before purchasing. GOODS onssKF-crxaij-y SHOWN. Alt is finely displayed in Sid B ards. Jueea ana li-mau cnnirs ana iioeuers in aire ana ijoia, iiocKers and Chairs in Mahogany, Oak, and Curly Birch, Frames in all frtjle and colors cf Uphol steriDg. A splendid line of-Couches, B'aefeing Cnsfs, Foot Bests, Screens, Work Baskets, Music Bicks. UmbrelU Stand, Jardiniere Stands, Hug, Lace Curtains, Portieres, etc Also a full line of Carpets, y ' Crockery, Furniture, Stoves and Banees at the LOWEST Possible Trice for Cash, and on bU?b E sv Terms of pay ment that our competitors WINCE and cur trade is constantly increasing. Be Sure and visit the BIG Store, 111 So Main St M.BERGIN& Son's, Undertakers And Funeral Directors. The best equipped house in New Eng land, with everything of the most modern type for the business. Tfacks and Hearses of the best and everything' contained in the one building. GorSo Mam 2? Scovlll Sts. jl- Telephone. A night clerk. Am bulance on call. to Brx Nugent's Bed Bug Killer IT"SA SUBE KILLER. Nugent "s Roach Exterminator We will guarantee or refund your money. Any physician's Prescriptions . accurately com pounded at the lowest prices in the city. Rugent's Pharmacy, Cor So Main and Scovili Sta. i John F. Failon, Mgr. "low is (he Time urobtall O Telephone 154-12 - OKS. avers For 8S Bank Street.Waterbury, Conn GOODS. us. Gifts and Presents are in th Bso's Cases. Chiffoniers and Writing Desks, Out Flowers in All Varieties - Fresh Every Morning. Furniture Coupons With Every Purchase. Grand Holiday Display On first and third floors all the newest novelti3 in the way of child's books, games, ceUtloid gootls, decorated china and glass, etc tt the same low prices that has gained for us the reputation of being the leaders of low prices The 1 50 and 2 00 ladies house gowns are going rapidly, you had better hurry if you want cne at half price, only 1 00 each as long as they last. The 2 50 rapid sweeper will be sold to morrow at 1 98. Only 1C0, full size door mats at 2oo, worth 50c. Cloak bargain No 3 was left out of yes terday's AD, by error. Here it is, two black chiuehiiU garments, silk lined throughout, melon sleeves, with velvet piping, one of the best garments shown by us this season. The price has been 20 00. Only two left in No 32rat 11 00. Another lot of three coats, two No 32 and one N ) 31. in brown chinchilla, melon sleeves, a beautiful ccat, price ,18 50, to morrow 13 50, you never can match this lot. ' A Few Good Things. In corsets, gloves, hosiery and handker chiefs for to-morrow. You can't make any mistike in seeing us first and you can always get the lowest prices. Corsets. S C. extra long waist.perfect fitting, 1 00 Armorside, the best corset for stout figures, unbreakable over hips, 6 hook, 1 00 R & G. double extra long waist, 6 hooks, for 1 50. No 793 mode bust, a corset worth 1 25, for 100. 11. & G. 5 hook black sateen - corset, nicely flossed for 75o GLOVES. The lilly glove, pique kid. out seama wear and fit guaranteed, worth 1 35, 1 15 Our 1 00 gloves, embroidered backs black or self colored.all the leading shades, worth 125. BO S T. Turner S Co .