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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1895.
murrain GREAT 1,000 Rugs for Less titan Half the Regular List Price. Bromley's Best Quality Smyrna Bugs, 30-60; see North window5clioice, 1 98 All larger! sizes in proportion. . OHENILE CURTAIN'S. 300 Pairs of fine Ckenile Curtains at less than half price, . 1 69 upwards LACE CURTAINS. Nottingham Lace Curtains, 30c a pair, upward Irish Points, 1 98 a pair, upward ART SQUARES. Ingrain Art Squares, 6x19, - 1 75 6x9, 2 25 9x9, 2 98 9x10, 3 49 9x12, 3 98 These are worth just double the price. SPECIAL Everything remaining in Holiday Goods will be found in Basememt. Take what you want, just half the price marked. CHRISTIANS Superlative PEE, BAKRELL. And an empty barrel returned. DILLON'S CASH Grocery Store, 47 East Main St. Waterbury.Conn . Naugatuck. Ansonia. Teuiphoke ... 86-2 We Adveetise Oxlt What We Have akd Exactly As It Is, A Pair of Club Skates Presented With Every Suit or or Overcoat Purchased in our Boys' Dept. Boys 2 50 Suits reduced to 1 87. Boys 4 00 Saits reduced to 2 G3. Boys 5 00 Suits reduced to 3 89. Bij? Boys' 6 50 Suits, now 4 83. Big Boys' 8 00 Suits, now 6 25. Big Boys' 10 00 suits, now 8 15. Boys' Cape Overcoats, 400 value, now 2 95 Boys' 5 00 Overcoats and Ulsters, now 3 87 Boys' Chinchilla Reefers, 2 25 and 3 93. a 9 sir srl & J. k J toTun'GHOll; 83 BANK ST. Your Money back op the asking. CD WABnunl SALE! 9 o Now Its the Original and Only Gardiner Bargain louse 72 South Main Stbeet. That invites your special attention to their stock of exceptionally fine quality of House Fiirnishing Goods, Always below regular prioes, Oil Heaters, Including all the legitimate brands are far under pric- Highest grade, latent patterns, best makes and cheaper than arjy1 braes ban quets, as low as 89c. Crockery. . English Decorated Dinner sets 6 98 English Decorated Toilet Eet3 1 98 Tinware- Not the cheap bind, but fold as low as the cheap kind elsewhere. Everything warranted. Th best delivered free, re turnable for cash and "If You See it in the Bargain House, its a Bargain." Before Buying Christmas Presents ; CalL in and see our elegant line of Prayer Books, 300 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, U0 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 tbftt oompria a woman's toilet. Such an UNDERTAKER is in my employ, who not only embalms, but attends to dressing and decorating. A complete line of caskets and all General FnrnUhings always in stock. Ambulance on call at all hours. - W.F. York, Agent; 120 SOUTH MAIN ST. -.. ( Dist Tel office 5 East Main NIGHT CALLSlw.y. York. 180 North Main ( W. W. Leonard. 43 Dover Telephone at office and house. ' an Well Circe! IF O F Customers' interests are '-well cared for" in our store. We do . business for more business. We want your trade for always. r Have to treat you well to get it, don't we 1 Young omen are Pleased With Our 20th - Century Boot at $4.00. amon 129 Bank Street. For Tender Feet This machine sews on the sole as well a by hand. pegs or tacks to ruin your feet CALL AT ITT South Main Street. M. Holczen a roams, e entire stock of E. F. Ben nett's consisting of Diamonds Watches, Clocks, Silver, both sterling and the best plated, and jewtlry of all kinds, must be . sold. All good goods, and your prices will be mine. Step in Early, and Avoid the Rush, and Save Money, ; E F. Bennett, 145 Bank street. Watebbukt, Conn, Snippy 1 J I ' m m - Mil mm mm Of mi. 1 1! mss: bti$ffiMisx- Mctsk ' . A" GLOVES. Every Good Kind, Lined and Unlined Leather, Kid, Eik, Buck, Knit, and Seal, from 25o to $12. Kid Gloves for full dress, other kinds for street wear. Boys Gloves for Dress or School. ullings, 97 to 103 Bank Street. Dress Suits to rent. Our- New Store in it's Christmas Array presents a very pleasing picture. The holidays are very near, but we still have many pretty gifts to select from, Choice line of Focketbooks, Card Cases, Gold and Silver Pencils and Penholders, Fountain Pens, Bibles. Prayer Books and Hymnals, Ink stands, Juvenile Books, Etc I. M. Belair & Co, 106 Bank Street Opposite the Old Location. Employment Bureau. WANTED At once. Cooks. Laundresses. Waitresse55. and girls for all kinds of general Housework. Reference reauired. Mrs Costenbader, 8 Clen Ridge. Between Central avenue and Pine Streets. Boston Dentist. DENTISTRY in all its Branches, at moderate prices. 141 Office hour?, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays, from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Dr Walters, Dr E. R. Patzoiti, Ijourgeorv ftj Fine gold and silver fillings a specialty. I Also fine sold and bridge work. Satisfaction guananteed or money refunded. Very moderate prices. Consultatton in English and German. Open Evenings. WHITE BUILDING, OPP P. O. CO Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn. GILT EDGE Creamery, 23c a pound, 41-2 lbs for $1.00. Strictly Fresh Eggs, 20c a doz Boston Butter House, 117 South Main Street. What are you going to give the Boy for CHRISTMAS ?. What woujd be better than a pair of "StormKing" Rubber boots, that come over the knee ? We are over stocked on these poods and will sell you from Dea 10th to Jan 1st Boys' "Storm Kins," rubber boots, sizes 1 ti 1 for 2 0. Youths sizes 11 to 13i, $1 90. These are first quality and the price is lower thnn you would pay .for seconds. We have also a large stock of WARM and FANCY slippers for Mother, Father and the Children. Conn Boot & Shoe Go, E. R Colby. 28-30 East Main St. CHRISTMAS TRAGEDY. A 3Iancliester Man Shoots a Xejrro and Then Takes Ills Own I.ife. Manchester, Dec 20. Thomas K van. an employe at Cheney Brothers lower mill, went into, the 'house of George Mallen on rear! street at 5 o'clock j-ester- day aiternoou, drew a revolver and tired two shots at a colored man named Fred H uhams,vho was playing on a banio and sinjnus at the time. One shot entered his mouth and lodged in the back of his neck ; the other struck him in the side of the head. Dr Thomas Weldon was called ami dressed the wounds, after which the man was taken to the Hart ford hospital. After liyan left the house he ran Jo the town hall, where he sat down on the steps and fired two shots into his right temple. He died in a few minutes. Williams will jrecover. Xo cause is known for the act, and it is be lieved that Jiyan was temporaril- In sane, lie was 33 years of age and leaves a wife and one child. A Centenarian reaa Nashua, N. H., Deo. 28. Mrs. Hannah Lovett died hero, aged 106. She was born In Kilmoro, county Kerry, Ireland. She was the mother of 13 children. A brother died in Morrimac, Mass., a few years ago, aged 105, and of her bothers and sisters all but one, who was kuiea, uvea to oe over 90 FOE Only 8 Days, 13tli to SStli. A. & P. SPICES. 1 c -z O O G5 H - ' - r - t Baby's First Toys. With 23o and up. The Great A, and P. Tea Go, 29 East Main Street. ami and Co. 10 Grand Street The only strictly wholesale Liquor Warehouse in Water- bury. Are headquarters tor fine family and Holiday goods. Their imported ins, Rums, Etc 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 callon of wine for the table or a bottle of brandy for the sick room, JDoerr, Hell mann & Cos is the place to get it. They are still sole agents for Quinine Whiskey, The best medicine for a cold. , Doerr, Hellinann & Co, SO G-ra.rLcl Street. Orders by mail or tel ephone will receive prompt at tention. No charsre for delivery. 1 i n 1 Brandies, CITY COURT GASES. - A BIG BATCH OF MINOR OFFENDERS IS THE BOX. Michael O'Brien Fined S5 and Cost Fo Selling: Liquor on Sunday-Two Vagrant Allowed to Go .Free Because itf" Waf Christmas. James Wheeler, aged 19, while in Jacques opera house last night was using very foul and filthy language. Special Otlicer Cornelius Kiersted re quested .him to stop, when he became more abusive. Officer Kiersted pulled him down stairs and started to the sta tion with him. On the way WJieeler picked up a stone and struck the officer on the head. Such was the stof y told by the officer in the city courts to-day. Wheeler denied it. He was fined $5 and costs and $5. Matthew Shannahan was fined $5 and costs. William Kelly got out of jail Saturday. He goes down again for thirty days. Attorney- Carmodr requested per mission to reopen the case of Michael O'lhien, charged with selling on Sun- uav. It was cranted on condition that the costs be paid. A demnrrer was then entered bv Attornov Carmodr. It w.na overruled and O'Brien was fined ?50 and costs. An appeal was taken. Yesterda3 Albert' St Hilaire was fined 1 and costs for drunkenness and 5 and costs for breach of the peace. James Mulligan was lined $3 and costs for breach of the peace. John Xeilson was lined $1 and costs for drunkenness, $3 without costs for breach of the peace and 2 and costs for resistance to offi cer. Gus Xeilson was fined S5 and costs foe breach of the peace. The Xeilsons are two'Swedes and were found fight ing in a house on Meadow street. Archie McDonald and John Wilson, two tramps, charged with vagrancy, had their sentence suspended. ST. LOUIS' VICTORY. ChicQso I will. St. Louis Not this time, old girl ! Kansas City Journal. Tho report that Chicago had a lead pipo grip on national conventions seems to hava beon without foundation. Omaha Bee. Tho Chicago newspapers can now bo de pended upon to renew their discussion of the merits of St. Louis as a mule market. Washington News. Chicago's "don't want it" was applied, as usual, to something tho city couldn't get. St. Louis wanted it badly and got it very handily. New York World. Chicago may say things about St. Louis, but St. Louis got tho convention. St. Louis is tho Baltimore of tho west, and we aro glad she won. Baltimore Ameri can. Tho Republicans evidently expect to make a hot campaign next year. They begin it at St. Louis, tho hottest city on tho continent in June, not excepting New Orleans. New York Commercial Adver tiser. - Whilo fully appreciating the many .com plimentary things said by the Philadelphia Telegraph about St. Louis as a convention city wo must enter our protest against be ing called "the Philadelphia of the west." St. Louis Republic. t BOOKMAKERS. Frank R. Stockton is one of the most modest men in tho realm of literature. Ha is a short, slender man, with brilliant eyes and an engaging smile. Henri Rnchefort is a genuine Marquis da Lucay. Ho signs his name H. Rochefort plain, for fear that his marquisato would hurt his literary reputation. Stanley Weyman, tho novelist, will soon marry, tako a year's vacation in tho form of a round the world wedding trip and then settlo down in London. Alexandre Dumas often said that his school days were the most wretched of his lifu because of tho insults to which he was subjected on account of his parentage It is said that Zola always warns his friends against reading his stories in serial form, as he invariably revises and adds to them before they appear in bound volumes. Judgo Albion Tour gee recommends lit erary "aspirants" to work in a room with an open lire, not for the sake of tho fire, but so as to burn live sheets for every ono ecnt tc tho printer. . JEWELRY CONCEITS, Marquise brooches aro shaped like mar, quiso rings. Silver stamp boxes and paper weights aro out in colonial designs. Garters of silk webbing attract with the elegance of their gold and silver mount ings. The wreath brooch in colored or orna. montcd gold represents a popular orna ment. Quito novel is the finger ring with two largo diamonds and an amethyst in oblong sotting. Unique among brooches are those of tortoiso shell, mounted in gold and set with diamonds. ! Handkerchief bags, in which bead3 ara woven in suiien mosnes. nave silver mountings gilded and enamelad. Jewel-j ers' Circular . PIANOS. Before January 1st We have 5. More to Offer. These were consigned to J. M. KELLOGG, (deceased) Can Now be Purchased at SPECIAL PRICES, Cash or Installments, from the manufac turer. Good Square Piano, $40, Cash 294 S. MAIN ST