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WATERBURY ' -EVENING '; I DEMOCRAT,- FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1895.
We Will Continue CITY NEWS. TO SELL THE BALANCE OF HOLIDAY GOODS ft At Half Price UNTIL EVERYTHING IS CLOSED OUT, JgWe have put themcg30 all in the Basement Room, and you will find many things that would be useful in the home and the family. Step down stairs and SEE WHAT THERE IS. RED) HUGHES, Special forecast for Connecticut: Fair and colder to-night; Saturday, fair and warmer. Thomas F. McMahon, clerk in the selectmen's office,left to-day for a week's vacation to be spent in Canada. Miss Mary Smith of Hawkins street will go to Boston Monday to take a course in the Emerson school of oratory. Albert D. Smith has been elected sec- retar' of the Y. M. C. A. congress, to succeed!'. B. Greenwood, resigned. The board of selectmen have appointed William C. Kleinecke and Timothy F. Luddv to take the military enrollment for this year. John Martin, aged 27 j-ears, son of John 11. Martin of Biver street, died last night at Lakeville. The remains will be brought to this city for interment. John II. Moran, a prominent member of Court Shields, , F. of A. has, been ap pointed! deputy " for Court America, F. of A. . . . An entertainment, at which a Christ mas tree will De the principal ieature will" be given by the Sunday school committee of St Cecilia?s parish in Turn hall this evening. The pu oils of room 14 of St Mary's school presented their teacher, St Claud- ma, on Christmas eve, with Bryant s ana Emerson's poems and a beautiful box of "lioma" paper. A handsome gold watch to be pre sented to some lady, at the sociable of the Brooklyn Athletic club, on Xew Year's, is on exhibition in Lake, Strobel & Co's window. George Carrington of 81 Union street, an employe of the American Biug Co, smashed the hrst finger of ins lelt nana while at work yesterday afternoon. Dr Frost rendered surcical aid. Real estate agent S. P. Williams sold to-day for Joseph Corr his property at 201 Bank street to Jacob Freed. The new owner will make some improvements in the property and open a clothing store. An interesting Christmas festival was held in the Sunday school room of the Second church last night. A musical and literary entertainment programme was rendered. Bergen's orchestra furnished music for the Christmas festival of the Waterbury German school in Turn hall last night. fter the distribution of prizes to the children the adults indulged in dancing with llollman, prompting. buryIndustrialschoolwill.be held to morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in Leaven worth hall. Friends of the school are invited to be present and also to send do nations of cake, fruit and' candy after 10 o'clock. t At a meeting of Division Xo 4, A. O. H., held last night, the following officers were elected : -Presideiit, James Lj ous : vice president, Edward Keardon ; finan cial secretary, llham Dooley ; record ing secretary, James Shea. The Waterbury Athletic club gave an entertainment last night for the benefit of Daniel Murphy. The aliair was well handled and netted a handsome sum. There were songs, speeches aud recita tions, wrestling and sparring matches, with a lively four round go betweeu Murphy aud D. Lane. At a meeting of Court Martin Ilell- tnann last nignt tne ionowing omcers were elected: C. 11.. Thomas Dilane: S. C, Richard Weiss financial secretary, Henry M. Begnal; treasurer, D. J. Mahaney ; II. S., John J. Canrpbell; Sr, v ., P. 11. Maloney; Jr, Vv ., Frank J. Bametti ; Sr, B., A. Brodenck; Jr, B. John J. Donanue trustee for thi'ee years, John Early; . physician, "Dr O'Connor ; druggist, G. T. Geddes. The American band orchestra fur nished music for an assembly which took place in Leavenworth hall last A most remarkable offer orated with palms and potted plants and from the reliable house of c fl00r :Yas f'lth crash- BANK STEEET, "WATERBURY. If Undecided What to get you can find at our store an im mense line of ex . ( ceptionally acceptable 1 USEFUL iXflAS GIFTS, Such as Sleds, Skates, Pocket Knives, Carv ing Sets, Table Cut lery, Fishing Outfits, Rifles, Shot Guns, Hunting Knives, Box ing Gloves, Calisthen ic Appliances, Bi cycles, Tools and Tool Chests and many others. - Uome m ana see us. BOLAN, 90 and 94 Bank Street. White Front. Tel 134. REED BAGKo DOWN. Tait Upon the -even repuh eaker Reed !l ree dajs he . v hond bill. ! . iomise was k to-morrow the ( .kiug ale it was de of .8100,- Seven Republican Ki ' - Washington", Dee liean kickers called to-d:iy and demanded allowed for debate on . I After consultation a' . agreed upou, lixing 3 o afternoon as the time " vote. At a cabinet meeting V cided to call for a bond 000,000 in the form of a popnlar loan.' Dingley s bjll was introduced in the senate and wis promptly referred to the finance committee. There was a lively debate in the house over the report of the committee to close debate on the bond bill at 3 o'clock to morrow afternoon, but it was carried. Mr McMullan referred to Heed as "the young man afraid of his horse,'" for receding from his determination to rush the bill through to-day .v The committee on elections reported in favor of unseating and commending Mr McGann of Chicago, who waived his claim to his seat in favor t of Hugh J. Belknap. Doll - - Imporiiim. Is 'what we propose to be known as dur ing this Holiday eeason and surely the Doll world will accord it to us as our right. If an immense stock and un limited variety of the genu3 doll can give any claim to the title. If you want a doll come and see us. If you hear anyone say ing they want a doll, send them to us. . CHASE, Exchange Place. A FINE LINE OF TIMELY TOPICS. men s bargain in P. J. 20 Per Gent iscounf. JONES, MORGAN & Co. Miss Field of Boston, Miss Tweed of Lowell, Miss Middlebrook of Brooklyn, Miss Branch of Savannah, Ga., Miss Hitchcock of Buffalo, Miss Damon of 111, wich. The contract for collecting the last car- night c? a. ,i jiitcncoch. oj vumineiijiu oatiuuciy mum- nonolula, Hawaiian islands,Miss Church Dec 28, we Oiler Our entire of 'ew York city, Miss Witter of Xor- stock of Boys' and Children's Suits,. Overcoats and Ulsters at 20 cents off each dollar of the it mi i marKea price. ne stocK in cludes all of our Children's Short Pants Suits 3 to 16 years. Children's Cape Overcoats and Ulsters, 3 to 13 years. Boys' Suits, 12 to 19 years. Boys' Overcoats and Ulsters, ,12 to J 9 years. ine original prices remain on each article and 20 per cent will be taken off. bage of Bridgeport was awarded to r . 11. Wells, lor $2.o a ton, although the bid of II. M. Uigney of this city was the lowest recieved, $2. GO per ton. By an oversight Mr Riguey's bid was insigned, and although it was accompanied by a check for $1,000, it was not accepted by the board. Mr Uigney said he would have steps taken to compel the board to rescind its action upon his proving that the absence of a signature did not invalidate the bid. If his bid was accepted Uigney would have taken up his residence in Bridgeport. "She Couldn't Marry Three." Lillian Kennedy will be the attraction at the opera house this Special prices on ladies' and furnishings to-morrow at Curran's. "Our 2.00 shoe beats them all," say Lucy & Fitzgerald. Call and see for yourself. Try a "Dam" dinner, 20 cents, at the Wayside inn. Until JTew Year's A. F. Cowles will sell his big stock of trimmed hats at just half price. This is a bona fide sale. Gillmor the hatter is offering a big assortment of caps aud gloves at popular prices. A. F. Taylor's stock of wall paper, window shades, glass, etc., is complete. The prices are the lowest. L. P. & A. M. Guilf oile's combination grocery and meat store is one of the big institutions across the bridge. All the hoys of Waterbury, and their mothers, should read E. G. Kilduft" & Co's advertisement in the Democrat to-day. Saturday will be boy's day in their store. An exceedingly desirable dor collars at F. B. Field's. Beginning to-morrow morning Jones, Morgan & Co will make a reduction of twenty per cent on every article in their boys' department. " Morris the clothier is going to leave Waterbury. He is offering big bargains every day and evening. E. T. Turner & Co announce a reduc- Xew f re . A. W. Castle quotes some low prices to-day. He will give away calendars this evening. Kingman sells furniture at 154 and 156 Grand street, and doesn't blow much about it. 5 The Miller & Peck Co announce a clearing sale of rugs, draperies and car pets. Ueid & Hughes will continue to close out their holiday goods at half price. Christian's superlative fllour at $3.75, at Dillon's grocery store. The balance of holiday goods at Con Ion Brothers' at vour own price. Dallas calls attention to flowers cut fresh every morning. Xow is the time when a dollar goes a long way at Upson, Singletou & Co's. Who repairs your clothing? Lowest prices on oil heaters, lamps and crockery at Gardiner's South Main street bargain house. Young women are especially pleased with Damon & Shippy's twentieth cen tury boot. Ask to see it. A cash reduction of ten per cent on all winter clothing will be made by the Bochester Clothing Co for the next thirty days. , J. B. Mullings calls special attention to his line of gloves. Closing sale of winter cloaks capes and furs at Skidmore & Turnbull's. Boarders wanted at 5S1 Baldwin street. Furnished room with board for rent. Newly furnished room for rent. Carvers : : Table Cutlery, Pocket Cutlery, Scissors : : and Shears, CAN BE FOUND AT D. B. Wilson's 13, 15. 17 East Main St. , The Miller & Peck Go. Clearing Sale of Rugs, Draperies and Carpets. They Must Be Sold Profit All Rubbed Out. Lai llliiUllli 43 to 58 South Main St CliOSITSTG ?JA INTER FTJB,S, JAOI At Telephone 154-1? OF ga; nsTi r4 E J A to SK1DMOI Whit tore, AT $1.17 Smyrna Hugs, size 30x60, the standard goods ; old price $2.50. best h floods. We have price $1.98. AT 11.45 2C0 Smyrna Rugs, 30sCO, old AT $1.59 20 pairs Chenille Portieres. Value $3.50. AT $2.25 All Silk Tapestry Curtains, $3.00 to $5 00. were from AT 29o Nottingham Lace Curtains. -AT 59o of Tapestry Brussels Our entire Carpets, were line 75c. AT 49c All wool extra Super Ingrain Carpets. Clifford's stock of Wall Paper at about one-quarter regular price. The Miller & Peck Go Wall Papers. CARD OF THANKS. We w ish to return our sincere thanks to the many kind friends and relatives who assisted us during the sickness of our children, Joseph and Florence, and sympathized with us in our bereave ment. - Mr and Mrs JosErn Kekxey. Watch the west window in our wall paper store for samples of the papers we're selling at half price; some even mere 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. You can buy a genuine body brussels at the unheard of price 75o per yd. Every other carpet at reducod prices. It's a chance much appreciated, as can be Been 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 1 fold Japanese screens, $3 50 each. Our b2.D Sloes 006 Beat i mm Hi . LUCY & FITZCtEBALD, Shoe Distributers. 116 State Street, New London, Conn, 88 Bmk Street, Waterbury, Conn "Laugh and the world laughs with you. Weep and you weep alone ; Advertise and the world will know you. Don't and you'll die unkuown." Our - Best - Advertisements Are never printed. Our stock of Fur Gloves, Fur and Sealskin Caps have been replenished, and we are offering to-day, the best assortment of Caps and Gloves' in all grade3, at bottom prices. Ask your friend where he bought his. He will tell you of , GKEXiXj 3111 in!8, ZEEsi, IEEsl I thought so. It didn't take loDg for XT. Ss Oo Well, Here We Are a J The L. F. Haase co, m r Si . ff 158 to 168 Gband Stueet. lias been seen in aterbury on two occasions. Shakespearean Headers Wedded. Poultney, Vfc., Duo. 27. Hannibal A. Williams and Miss Jean Stuart Brown, Shakespearean readers and both of New York, were married at the bride's country home in Shushan. N. Y. 1 t A mi j ;u ui uyeni liuue mis uveumsr la xiiia mcaiio a ui caving lu Midnight Frolic' Mauy new sonjrs and nil those Who have not vet specialties will be introduced. Satur- ' J l ,1. t , .1 M. 1 .. bought, what is useful for the wifi hft Silft conid ..'. 'rur hovs and Children We make Mss Kennedy is a pretty soubrette and this most liberal offer m order to clean up our stock previous to inventory. Now don't delay, but bring m tne ooys ana cniiaren at once. We care not how small your purse is alter unnstmas, you will find something to in terest you. If their present needs are supplied, it will more than pay you to look to their future wants. Improve your chance of get ting -good, honest clothing at a time when they can all use it, and at prices never befor quo ted on new, seasonable goods, by coming early. j We intend making .things a little bit lively for the next few weeks. -AND WITH THE- Season's : : Greeting. We desire to present with each Purchase on TUESDAY, CHRISTMAS EVE, Kelly's Rooster Wants to know why Christmas candy is like Eggs ? Kelly Says : Because they all what a difference Jones, Oorgan k Co, 96-98 BANK ST. Cashmere Shawls. The shawls of cashmere are made be tween Hindustan and Tibet, from the wool of the camel, while their sheep also produce fine white silky wool. The whole population is engaged in prepar ing the thread and weaving these arti cles for commerce. That is dead easy, look alike, but Oh! when you eat them. There is no eye sharp enough to pick out fresh eggs at 32 cents a dozen from case egg3 at 20 cents a dczen as thev lay in baskets in the different stores, but there is no difficulty in telling the difference House jToYn Down. New Haven, Dec 27. A three story brick dwelling house, 10S .Greenwich avenue, was almost totally destroyed by the storm last nijrht. The roof was completely blown off. ! IT'S UP TO DATE. Our HOLIDAY SUPPERS are in all the Latest Styles, at 50c, 75c, 95c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. when you use said of them, and the same can be The Hatter's. 25 Exchange Place. To find out rher the only place in the city to get the best to eat is. Everything new, clean as a whistle, and as everybody remarks, everything is perfection. The only up-to-date DiDing Parlor in the city. "DAM says so" and it must be so. That Dam" bird is pining for its owner still in the window. Open Wednesday and Saturday eveniDgs until 1 a. m. ( IT. JL,. "jDJi&jk," The maa who can tickle Waterbur palates at 38 Grand St. A. F. Cowles, TTzrtil ISTow ""SToa's We will sell trimmed hats at a price that will astonish all who will come and inves tigate. Oar stock is large and includes all colors in the latest styles. Our sale price is 1 00 for a 2 03 hat. Oar sale p ice is 1 for a 3 00 hat. Our sale price is 2 00 for a 4 00 hat. Our sale price is 3 00 for a 6 00 hat. Our sale price is 3 50 for a 7 00 hat. Oar sale price is 4 00 for an $8 &$10 hat The remainder of our holiday goods be on sale a few days longer at the lowest prices. will a 1. lUiilbi & UU Cut Flowers In All Varieties Fresh Every Morning. Furniture Coupons With Every Purchase. 99 & 101 So Main street Sweep e r LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR COOK. g J.'FiHH, Said to Be Seriously 111 at His Home in Iliverton. Winsted, Dec 27. Lieutenant Gov ernor Lorrin A. Cook is said to be seri ously ill at his home in Iliverton, Leader of Styles. 17 Exchange Place. CHRISTMAS CANDY- The shape and color look the sume, but lhay are made from two different kinds of material which can be easily detected by the taste. I have everything you want for Christ mas tren trimmings and everytnlng pur chased this week' tor charitable purposes, will be sold at the price the goods cost me to buy or manufacture. the Baker. Kelly Makes a nice pres ent. There is rone better than Bissel's. "We have them and a nice line of Albums, Lamps, Crockery, Rugs, Furniture and house furnish ings of every de scription. Call early and have goods put away for you. t 1 TWINING & Oo. 188-170 South Main Street Waterbury & Torrington. CAsh or Credit Cloaks and Capes. The time Las come for a big sacrifice, and as yon know we are always the fore most in price cntting, you can use a coat cape now. 1 on wont want cne next May, so we cut the price when it will ba some temptation to you All of cur jack ets and enpes of every description nothing is held in reserve at about one-third tha regular piice. Every garment marked showing the old price as well as the new one. It is a 33J per cent discount on an aversion rcr new iresn ccoc3 oonoht lor the finest clcak trade in Waterbnry. "We carry no c!d aution trash, but fine goods at the same prico. Until January 1st, Eig reduction in our crockery department, only of fine ware, Enclish German decor ated Forcelain and Theo Haviland's best China, who as yen all know has the reputa tion for fine t-oods. Our regular prices avernga from $7.93 for a 112 piece dinner set to 7c for 112 piece dinner set until January 1. We make you the unprece dented oiler cf 25 per cent discount on all pets for cash, because we cannot afford to do otherwise, so don't ask us to charge them at thi3 price, but for cash 25 per cent discount until Jan 1. E. T. Turner & Go.