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WATERBURY: EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1895.
w tc A: m m fc II' Special Low Prices 03ST Ladies' and Men's Furnishings For Saturday. December 28th lust. Dressing Sacqucs. i-ll Wool eiderdown dressing sacques in pink, light blue and gray crochet trimming, former price 1 49 aud 1 62, . Sat&rday 1 25 Silk Hose. Jjadies' black hose spun silk heavy eight, regular price 983, Saturday 49c Knit Corset Covers. JXigb. neck, long waist, pure white, Saturday 21 o Knit Skirts. Peary knit underskirts, all wool, pretty colors, regular price 1 23, Saturday 98c Initial Handkerchiefs. adies Initial handkerchiefs, all Jlet terg, slightly mussed, wide hem jstit;hing, regular price 15c, Satur day 7o Black Skirts. plack eateen 6kirts, lined with flannel, regular price 1 00, Saturday 69o Night Gowns. JCJjde of heary soft muslin, pin tucked Jroke, large sleeres, extra long, regu ar price 89o, Saturday 59c Corsets, y" 5t black sateen corsets, long waist, double side steel, all sizes, Saturday 50o Fancy Collarettes. (ade of ribbon and insertions of lace, pointed yoke, new pretty designs, Saturday 89o Knit Fascinators. fj&res band made fascinators in pink, black, white and light bine, Satur day 2So Men's Neckwear, Xen'S fine neckwear In light and med shades, regular price 50c, put up me in a box, Saturday 37 uinr CHRISTIANS Superlative PER BARBELL. And an empty barrel returned, iDirjijonsr's 'GASfi Grocery Store, i7 East Main St. Waterbury .Conn , JTaugatuck, Ansonia, Telephone ,imi.n 86-3 Vb Adyebtise Oslt What "We Hate akd Exactly As It Is, A Pair of Club Skates Presented With Every Suit or or Overcoat Purchased V in our Boys' Dept. Boys' 2 50 Suits reduced to 1 87. Boys 4 00 Saits reduced to 2 63. Boys 5 00 Suits reduced to a 89. Big Boys 6 50 Suits, now 4 85. Big Boys' 8 00 Suits, now 6 25. Big Boys' 10 00 suits, now 8 15. Boys" Cap Overcoats, 4 00 value, now 2 93 Boys 5 00 Overcoats and Ulsters, now 3 87 Boys' Chinchilla Keefers, 2 25 and 3 93. RiURfCLOTHlIIGHOUdL 83 BANK ST. roup Money back for the asking. c $3 75 Men's Umbrellas. Men's fine cane and umbrella sets, regular price 6 CO, Saturday 3 93 Men's Half Hose. Men's all wool natural half hose, regu lar price 25c, Saturday 17o, 3 pairs for 50c Men's Shirts.,, r, Men's wool sbirtflf fancy flannel, regu lar price 1 00,1 urday 75o Men's Handkerchiefs. Men's imported hemstitched handker chiefs in plain and colored borders, regular price 20c and 25 c, Saturday 12c Men's Shirts. Men's exira heavy blue flannel shirts, regular price 1 50, Saturday 9So Men's Night Shirts. Men's full silk trimmed night shirts, regular price 75c, Saturday 50c Men's Neckwear. 50 doz of men's new club ties, regular 50o kind, Saturdny 25c Second Floor. Shoe Dept? Elevator or Stairs. Special Bargains in Men's and Ladies' Shoes. Ladies fine French kid button shoes, Paris, opera, Phil and common sense toe, hand sewed welt, regular price 4 00, Saturday 2 98 Lidies fine dongola kid button and lace shoos, Paris, opera fashion and common sense toes, "regular price 3 00, Saturday 2 00 Ladies fine French kid button and lace shoes, Paris opera toe, hand sewed welt, regular hrice 5 0 J, Sat urday 3 50 Ladies fine dongola button and lace shoes, opera, Phil and common sense toe, regular price 2 00, Satur day , ., v, ;. . 1 49 9 an t i ' Now Its the Original and Only Gardiner Bargain House 72 South Main Stbeet. That invites your special attention to their stock of exceptionally fine quality of House Furnishing Goods, Always below regular prices, Oil Heaters, Including all the legitimate brands are far under price. -Highest grade, latest patterns, best makes and cheaper than any brass ban quets, as low as 89c. Crockery, English Decorated Dinner sets 6 98 English Decorated Toilet sets 1 98 Tinware- Not the cheap kind, but sold as low as the cheap kind elsewhere. Everything warranted. The best delivered free, re turnable for cash and "If You See it in the Bargain House, it3 a Bargain." Before Buying Christmas Presents Call in and 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 that comprise 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 acd all General Farnishings always in stock. .ffgf Ambulance on call at all bourB. W. E York, Agent " 120 SOUTH MAIN ST. " ( Di st Tel office East Mala BIGHT CALLS W, ?, York, I8ti North Ma in v ' w- W. Leonard. 43 Dover TelfpLone at ollice andhouie. .Rockers. On sale for the. Holidays at any price to suit your purse. They are in all kinds of goods. A splendid present for a little money. They will make every body happy. Our stock in every department is v full and com plete, and you can't afford to pass them by. Ladies' Desks, Lamps, Chil dren's Chairs and Rockers in great variety. Wall Pockets, Foot Rests, Clocks. - ! A grand display of Fancy Tables, Pictures, Easels. Any amount of goods for substantial presents. Waterbury Furniture Company, The Liberal House Fubnisheks, 135 to 169 EAST MAIN ST. GEORGE E. SELLEW, Sscretary. John Moriarty &, Co, The People's Undertakers. Night calls answered promptly at District Messenger office, 5 East Main street. Telephone, store or house. Dull Days In business are apt to come after the holidays. But we havn't got a dull place in our store. The whole entire slock is resplendant with low prices. Such prices as will make that poor, tired pocketbook of yours look more joyous than ever. Wall Papers Mouldings, Window Shades, Paints, Glass and Putty, At figures that sell them. A. F. Taylor, The Leading v Painter and Decorator. 116 GRAND ST. Telephone 131-5. argains. The entire stock of E. F. Ben nett's consisting of Diamonds Watches, Clocks, Silver, both sterling and the best plated, "and jewelry of all kinds, must be sold. All good goods, and, your prices will be mine. Step in Early and Avoid the Rush, SLXidL .Sp-ve Money. E. F. Bennett, 145 Bank street. Waxebuck'sc, Coxy B GLOVES. Every Good Kind, Lined and Unlined Leather, Eid, Elk, Buclr, 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 Canes, Gold and Silver Pencils and Penholders, Fountain Pens, Bibles. Prayer Books and Hymnals, Ink stands, Juvenile Books, Etc. I. M. Belair & Co, 106 Bank StreeL Opposite the Old Location. Employment Bureau. Waitresses, and girls for all kinds of general Housework. itererencG required. Mrs Costenbader, 8 Glen Ridge. Between Central avenue and T" L J x me ctreexs. Boston Dentist. DENTISTRY in all its Branches, at moderate pricss 141 Bank St. Office hour, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays, from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. ID i? Walters. Dr E. R. Patzold, 8urgor Dentist Fine gold and silver ?-j fillings a specialty. vu Also fine cold and AFTQt bridge work. Satisfaction guananteed or money refunded. Very moderate prices Consultatton in English and German, Open Evenings. WHITE BUILDING, OPP P. O. 0 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn. Gl LT EDGE Creamery, 23c a pound, 41-2 lbs for $1.00. Strictly Fresh Eggs, 20c a doz Boston Butter House, 147 South Main Street What are you going to give the Boy for CHRISTMAS ? What would be better thin ft pair of "StormKing" Rubber boots, that come over the knee ? We are over stocked on these goods and will sell you from Deo lfith to Jan 1st Bovs' "Storm- King" rubber boots, sizes 1 t) 4 for 2 CO. Youths sizes 11 to 13&, $1 9.1. These are first quality and the prioe is lower than yon would pay for seconds. We have alao a large stock of WARM and FANCY slippers for Mother, Father and the4 Children. Conn Boot 1 Shoe Co, R E. Colby. 28-30 East Main St. .B. M. FROM NEW JERSEY Will Come Official Ink ProTided Tij the State. Secretary of State Mowrv has awarded to a New Jersev firm the contract for furnishing the state of Connecticut with otllcial ink. It will be remembered that at the last session of the areneral assem bly a bill was passed providing that all public records, state, county, town, city and probate court records, "should be done with oflicial iuk. Colonel Mowrv has been holding competitive examina tions of inks, and lias at leugth awarded the contract as indicated above. The new ink will be issued January 1. Mortality of Physicians. Dr. Cortright, in the Brooklyn Medic al Journal has written a paper on the "Mortality and Causes of Death In Medical Men.' This paper is based on the records of 450 physicians who died in Kew York aud Brooklyn during the past eight years. The average age of death was 54. G years, and the mortality was about 23.23 as compared with a mortality of 15.93 in clergymen and 20. 23 in lawyers. There is a considera ble mortality from the self administra tion of drugs; that from consumption is about half the general rate, while that from typhoid fever is very. high. There is a high death rate due to arte rial sclerosis and other degenerative changes. The practical conclusion deducted from Dr. Cortright's statistics, says The Medical Journal, is that doctors should take at least three weeks' complete rest and change yearly ; should be extremely moderate in the use of stimulants; should be regular in their meals, never worry and never hurry. This is the kind of advice that doctors give, but do not take. The further suggestion, however, that they all join scrno medical sickness and life assurance society is a wise one. Medical Record. He 3Iu-t Have Been There. An anecdote a perfectly true one told me the other day of the late Duke of Clarence, reminded me of another about the Duke. of Wellington, who, when a party of friends were busily poring over a map of Waterloo, remarked in an unconcerned Way, as if they were unaware of .the fact, "I was there, yon know." : i But about tlio Duke of Clarence. He was visiting his friend and tutor, Mr. Oscar Browning, at his rooms in Cam bridge. There hung upon the walls an engraving cf Windsor castle, taken from a point of view unfamiliar, perhaps, to the young prince. "What a beautiful place!" he exclaimed as ho locked at the picture. "Somehow I seem to know it. I think I must have been there!" "Windsor, sir, Windsor," said Mr. Browning. Of course the duke laughed heartily with every one present. Lou don Gentlewoman. The Greatest Bargain - Bale That has ever occurred in the Clothing Line, will last for one week only at 116-118 East Main St Don t , miss this great oppor tuuity to get your Clothing for almost half price. HOUSE. St Patrick's Block. The following prices are strictly for one week only : Men's all wool Overcoats at $3.98, regular goods. Mens fine dress Beaver Overcoats at 7.95 worth 14. Men's fine Kersey Overcoats, the best 16 Overcoat on the market wre will sell this week for 9.98. Very good Boys' Suits for $1.59. You cannot buy the same suit at a regular price for less than 3.00. Boys' Cape Overcoats, one lot at 1.55, worth 2.50. One lot at 1.95, worth f3.50. One lot at 2.25, worth 4. The prices are cut nearly in half on our entire stock, but for one week only. "VVe are unable to mention all the bargains we have. Come and judge for yourself. Respectfully, BostonxClothing House 116-116-E. Main St- Opposite the Church "VVaterbury, Conn. , Boston CITY COURT GASES. JUDGE C0WELL DISGUSTED WITH WIT NESSES WHO CANT SPEAK ENGLISH. Take a Recess After Ordering a Witness to Go Ahead and Tell His Story to the Lawyers During His Absence. Peter and Mary Xorwiiski were ar retted hy Oilicer Briekel yesterday af ternoon for assault ou 3Lnrgueiite Kaneki. Mrs Lizzie Weiner, who was the only witness able to speak English, said that, she heard loud talk down stairs yester day. he 1 oked oat of the window and saw Mrs Xorwitski and Mrs Kaneski throwing stones at eaeh other. Mrs Kaueski was kuocked down aud the father of Mrs Xorwitski banned the former's head ou the ground. Mrs Xor witski's husband had done nothing. Attorney Russell defended and Attor uc3' Lowe assisted in prosecuting. Ev eryone was tired before the trial ended. Clerk Bronsou said the court ought to tine the whole lot. Judge Cowell got so weary that he. took a recess and told One witness, who w asgiving evidence through an interpre ters, to talk to Attorneys Uussell and Lowe. When the judge returned he afke .1, "What aie we at? The husband of Marguerite took the stand and delivered au oration on the good qualities of his -.wife. Attorney liussell classed her as a virago. Judge Cowell said he would rind Peter Xorwitski not guilty. "Everyone,-' he said, "knew the complainant, "Marguer ite She used to le called the4horse marine.' Facts which were developed a few years ago make her the worst woman that ever came to Waterbury. She is entitled, however, to the protec tion of the law, but owing to her char acter I will make the sentence light." lie lined Mrs Xorwitski $1 and costs, which was paid. The judge warned all hands that if they got into court again he would tine the whole lot, witnesses, spectators and all. . Michael F. Devoy was asleep in a freight car whenOflke;' Keid interrupted his slumbers, lie was very abusive to the cfiicer and also in the station where he received a thumping to stop his foul language. He was fined $5 aud costs and 7 and costs. John Wilson, a tramp who beat his way from Hartford, was sent dowu for sixty days. James Tierney of Waterbury was sent to jail for sixty days at Hartford yester day, charged with vagrancy. Pitt at Play. Mr. Pitt liked practical fnu and csed to riot in it with Lady Hester, Charles and James Stanhope aud myself. Onco we vrero resolved to blacken his face with burned cork, which he most stren uously resisted. At the beginning of the fray a Fervaut announced that Lords Castlereagh and Liverpool desired to Fee him on business. "Let them wait in the ether room," was the answer, and the preat minister instantly lnru:d to tho buttle, catching up a cushion and bela boring us with it in glcsious fun. We were, however, too miny' i-ud strong for kfm, r.vA after ton niiuutes' fight got him 1 own r;;i! when ho i U : vcro daubing his face Siep! This "will da I cor. Id easily i-c it yon till, but we must not !:orp llir !o!!f r. " His Otfcat ? i.iviuucca wsiling any wr. however, palpable, :;nd we. vcro trj!i;;c;l to get a towel and bahi vi watw wash him clcr.u be fore he --M recr-Iv"' the grandee?. Bc.i;.ig thus put in order, tho basin was hid ..Ion, the two lords were ush ered in. Thou a n yx ph ice of Mr. Pitt's manner a reared. Lord Liverpool's as pect is well known melancholy, bend ing, nt-tvous. Lord Castlereagh was a model cf quiet grace and strength. What was my surprise to see them both bend ing like spaniels on approaching tba man we had just been maltreating with such successful insolence of funl But Mr. Pitt's instant change of manner and lock entirely fixed my attention. His tall, ungainly, bony figure seemed to grow to the ceiling ; his head was thrown back, his eyes as if reading the heavens and totally regardless of the bending fig ures near him. "Memoirs of Lady Hes ter Stanhope." NEWSPAPERS. There ore four Portuguese newspapers In tho country and two Chinese. There is a weekly paper in Athens print ed entirely in verse Greek verse, of course. Tho Cherokee Advocate of Tahlequah is tho only newspaper in the country pur lished in t ho real United States languago Indian, that is. Tho mos northerly newspaper In the world is the semimonthly organ of God thaab, Greenland. Tho editor does all tha printing and press work and delivewr hia paper on Bkatea. y PIANOS. Before January 1st, We have 5 More to Offer. " These wera consigned ta 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. I if