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WATER BURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1000,:
The Currans, Pry, Goods Co. Eight ys Until The vast crowds that thronged our store for the past few days have been loud in their praises of the excel lent variety of goods which they found on display intend ed for Xmas Gifts. The combined variety of severai stores, and each stoic the best of its kind to be found in the city, is here under line roof, where colli tonus set'- i vice and low priees go hand in hand with a well equipped system of deliv ery, all of which is duly appreciated by our customers during these busy days of Xmas shopping. Special discounts to Sunday Schools and Societies. A ROOK STORE! .v toy sxoni:: a crux a stoke : A shoe stoke: A PICTURE STOKE: 'if A ITKNITI KE STORE: AX ART store: And. above all. a most complete DRY GOODS STOKE: - The following is a list of dainty and beautiful goods in Celluloid. Leather and Plusln together with many other novelties, "manufactured expressly for Christmas Gifts: Toilet Cases in Celluloid. Toilet Cases with Ebony fittings. Toilet Cases with Silver Mounted tit tings. Toilet and Manicure combination cases Cases with Men's Military Brushes. Cases for men with Cloth and Hair Brush, etc. Leather Roll Up Cases for traveling. Boxes with Silver Mounted or Dresden Combs, Mirrors and Brushes. Collar and Cuff Boxes in Celluloid or Leather. Gloves and. Ilaudkerchief Cases. Manicure Sets in Celluloid or Ebony. Work Boxes. Shaving Sets. Leather Lap Tablets. Leather Music Rolls. Kino Kisortinont of Poc-kelbooks, plain or .rimmed. Colonial Gold Jewel Cases. Handker chief Boxes, Ink Stands. Clocks, etc, '-te, Aromtnors. Albums, plain or on stand. Albums with Music. Fancy trimmed Boxes with Xote Pa per. Fancy Garters in Glass Boxes. Smoker Sets. Ink Stands in wood, gold, plaster. sua metal and fancy carved effects. Shor-pmg Bags and Chatelaine Bags. t, ui :u kinus. .Tiavrerfx of all deserfptlons. Povfuraery, endless assortment In fan cy boxes or. baskets. Celluloid Novelties and Trinket?. - Triplicate Mirrors. L'mbrellas for men, ladies and chil dren. '- '.' Fancy Neckwear for Ladies. N i Men's Suit Cases ami Traveling Bags. Slippers fee ilea aiid-Women."- Xon's Suspenders in. Fancy .Boxes. Men's Fancy Armlets. Gloves for Men and Women. Handkerchiefs for Men and Women. , Men's Fancy Xeckwear, specially' se-; lected for the holiday tradel MEN'S NECKWEAR SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY. . . ' -.. 100 t'Uozen .MenX All Silk Im perials and-. Tecka .lit dark, and ligut efiiects; regular $0e value. For 23c. The ehrranp Buy m Da Am Do You Know I'lint we are selling Ladies' Garments equal to tailor made at tlie price of ready made, and WE GIVE CKEDIT. Will satify us. ' Our stock cf Suits, Jackets and -Skirts is large and varied and calculated to suit the most ex acting taste. The fact that we have beer, obliged to lease an additional store on Phoenix avenue is proof postive 1 hat we have gained the confidence of the ladies. Come and see us. Courteous attend ants will lie on hand to meet yon, and if you decide to buy you wiii not need a long purse, nor be required to pay cash. Guarantee Credit Clothing Co. 33 East flairi Street. 15 PHOENIX AY E.NlE. A. IP. COWLES holiday cheer everywhere. All Over Our New ( 'enter Street Store In .Multitudes of Seasonable Gifts. Pictures- Elegant subjects. latest style frames. Decorated Glass. Beautiful Chinawarc. Smoking Sets. Picture Frames. Ottilia Toilet Sets. Toilet lioitles. Pin Cushions, tain Frames for DiUs' Hats, (tl'ell'.s Cans. Toques. Silk ami B-.ick- Chi! Yclvot Tarn and dinned Hals aial Bonnets. Missi. O'ShiUitcrs. Laities' Me.se: Chil. lien's Trimmed stud I'm liats ami Bonnets. Golf Hats, i Lowest prices always, bin sacrifice of quality. ;;:;- center street. SPECIAL SALE OF WHITE APRONS Ladies' Aprons, fancy and i am : re; ular I'.te (Stably. At' l."c. Ladies' White Aprons, lace, insertion ami ntcks; regular :Jc quality. At 'S cents. Ladies" Handsome Aprons, with deep rutl!o of tine Hamburg; regular One quality. Now -''S'c. Dougherty 145 SOUTH MAIN STREET. TOO MAN V AIRS are put on by some people. We are not a bit snick up. though we have THE FINEST LA LIES' SHOES in the town. Anyway, thai is what the ladies say. Don't you think they ought to know? The fairy feet of misses sweet are artistically decorated )y our $1.50 Shoes: while the iect of ladies of ma ture years are housed in comfort and beauty by our SlJ.OU Shoes. TIe Corr- 00i ariQ Shoe Cc, 2S EAST MAIN Si P.EET. $9,00 a Week yLM 4W ft ODD FELLOWS 1 ' T.-7 NV ...-r1; .. , Next Door to ,tA mm Hurrah! For the Great FOR TUB MEAT AND PROVISION BUSINESS. WE ARE ITS ADVOCATES. WE PRACTICE IT. IT IS THE SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS. WB WELCOME ALL COMPETITORS ON THAT BA SIS. IT SIMPLY ENDORSES OUR MANNER OF DOING BUSI NESS. COME TO THE WEDNESDAY SALE AT THE CHAS. .!. FINLEY, Manager TELEPHONE 110. 1G1 ir! i k 'ii-s: a D, J. Lucy HOLIDA Y FOOT A large and better stock of Holiday Slippers will be found at our store this season than ever ' before. The prices., are right for everybody. Our Indestructible School Shoes Are the best: Warm Shoes and Slippers; for young and old. o o 7 o O t O o J. o T 1 rt-i-O gin o J. o 5 tea o ! o o:o o I 5 Ljicy 1 1 6, State Street, New London, C-L S ... ... . .. . , . i . j. m. JTtap Aass WHAT TO FVRCIIASE FOR CHRISTMAS GIFT. JUST STEP INTO OUR VAST ESTABLISHMENT ALLOW OUR. SALESMEN TO MAKE SUGGESTIONS FOIL YOU SHOW YOU OUR- WONDER F tJ L HOLIDAY STOCK-TOU DON'T HAVE TO BUY, JUST LOOK. GOODS STORED ' FREE UXTIL CHRISTMAS. TAKE A PEEP IN OUR SHOW WINDOW. SPACE WILL NOT ALLOW US TO NAME ONLY A FEW OF THE HUNDREDS OF SELECT PIECES WE BOUGHT FOR Til E HOLIDAYS. 3C0 Fancy Rockers $1,50 Up. 5o Morris Chairs. 100 Couches. 60 Decorated Dinner Sets. 50 Decorated Toilet Sets. EXTRA ASSORTMENT OF MUSIC CABINETS. JARDINIERE STANDS. PALMS. CHILDREN'S HIGH CHAIRS. MORRIS CHAIRS. WIL LOW ROCKERS AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER ARTICLES. Ill I WATERBURY FURNITURE CO I HOUSE FURNISHERS and UNDERTAKERS Eioadway, Kext Foil's Theater. 139 East Main St H E AD QUARTERS Herculine Malt INSURE HEALTH. APPETITE, GOOD DIGESTION. STRENGTHENS THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. !Ec Eeliie, $1.75 a Dozen, ERY CO BLOCK. P. O. PRUNES CALIFORNIA PRUN-ES, l-'ive Pounits for CRACKERS LEMON GINGER SNAPS AND NICK NACKS, Eottr Pounds POTATOES NATIVE POTATOES, per bushel TOMATOES, CORN AND PEAS. Three Cans for roc Greater H.I Grocery Go iH USt SUIS STREET. ..toW-W'. $ ! o 6" - 1CS SOUTH MAIN STREET. j ;iilXit V :: x ks-: :-skk $k 2 ZL. g st!t5 lis -or a 0- Lo oto oo o X, o O ; O o I o ON3 0 O V o 01- o . o X. o S"f 'osi-: o I o o:fo o I o OsSO O I O E, P Fitzgerald, WEI S45 of fl o.L.5 oo o 5.1,3 oo o .1 . o Sfo oi-o 0 .1. 0 O-T-O 83 Bank Street, Waterbury. . o m . o i o ... . -i,? w l- -M rs iis -a. 5 i in i. ui every Customer Is Pleased Wlio Has Had a? Made By Us. Our slock is all manship the deliveries and the new, very work best, prompt, prices the lowest. Just come in and look our line over. The ZisSlatzM-larks Co 80 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Dentistry Comfort in U'ctu is when you have your or bridge work untile what you get artincial plates liy our skilled Everv mate is and reflect nieuioiis. made to ht and gives pertect satisiat- tiou. Gold Fillings. $1 and up. . Silver and Cement. "i cents. Gold White Alloy. 75c and up. My new and painless method of ex tvaotiru: teeth- WALTERS, 141 DANK STREET. E. R. Patzoid, SUitGEON DENTIST. Fine GlLI and Silver Fillings. Geld Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIAL TY. Prices very moderate. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Consultation in Eng lish or German. i0 BANK STREET, Yaierbury, Ct. Special Sale AT THE Waterbury Bargain ilHInsry. e will oiler t u GAINS of tiie la Hats. Bonnets at I on't delay as out: yon it. will pay , is week areat i-i.lt-ic.s!, style Trimmed d Millinery Goods, prices will asioitisii on lo citil any dis niistake, look for l tanee. Ma ice :io Frcedman's Bargain rVUHiiiery 255 LANK STREET. Hats trimmed while you wait. Open evenings. Oe SENT Oi;e family lo..se of eight rooms, with larai:- lot, on I'.ttrtou street. 22. If you want a v.'eii drilled, or your old one has aone dry and you want it deepened, we can do it for you, and do it rmhr. A7 IE3. JAKP-ETT, 10-1 BANK ST..' FLOH 03 HL; I If you ha e utf.i. piece, and arc und or i-rie-e, or wheit? member that we ca lv. .am to need a iioral ' ided as lo desiaii to aei it, just re i help you olkt liieo- You may depend t lua- complete satis! i; ue for your money li.sciiileiy on a'et s ion and full val whethci' much or i lii lb.-. 'Try it.- and be cop. vim eii. DALTOIN c& CO, 199 Ean'a Street. Pi'icUarU Building. Corner Grand St. o I a- Sohool and Gffics Suppliss g Our SpeGiaili'93, Stationery of Every Descrip tion. Magazines, Sunday and Daily I 'a iters. We do First Class Engrav ing, at the Walerbury Stationery Stor3, 201 EAST MAIN STREET. Henry A. Hayden, Manager. for a Christinas present? That's the question now. "Why not give a pair, of Slippers or Warm Felt Shoes. They make af useful gift and are what you need now. Mens High 'ullitier Slip pers, black, and tan. -Vt $1.25 Men's A'elvet Slippers. At ,50c. 75c and 85c. Men's Felt Slippers, leather soles, very warm. At $1.00 AVomeu's Felt Nullitiers, red, brown and black. At $1.00 Mlse' and Children's Felt Slippers. At 35c anil 40c Women" t."- Shoes At 69v. 85c. $l.aud f 1.25 Jersey Tesrgins. at cut prices; AVometi'! 89lc; Misses', 79c: Children's, 69e. t;ime iu and see our nice line of. Slippers. Open evenings until Christmas. . - i 3 r-i 1 oi ;3' m F5 J: G. JAGKLE & SOHS i T.:-75 Banii St Waterbury. 111 - "i V Picture Frame K. OF C. J.1AN BUSSING. "" Practiced Law in New York Has Not - Been Seen Since yovenibcr 22. The officers of the local councils of the Knights of Columbus nave been asked to help in the search for Francis Dully of Nev York, who has been missing for nearly a mouth, .The fol lowing letters have been sent to all the councils in the country, as well as to many of tile police officers; Ifongan Council, No 104, Knights of Columbus, December Tth.lttOO. Dear Sir and Brother: f -Mr Francis Duffy, a well known law yer of this city, has disappeared, and we apepal to you and the members of your Council as brother Knights to as sist our police authorities in endeavor Ins to discover what misfortune has befallen him. He is a married man. of exemplary habits, and h-fi his oliii e on November. 22 d last for home, which he never leached. Mr Dully is a charter member of our Council, mm of its organizers, ami is an insurance; member. We enclose copy of noiici. sent out by the police auliioi itie.i of this city, and reeuest you !o give all possible publicity to. the same, both through your Council, local police and otherwise. Fra tenia 11 v yours. JAMES .1. M LARK , Grand Knight, i No Ui5S 'Third Ave, j New York City. i .MISSING! j Since Xovembi r 22d, l'.tnO. i FRANCIS DUFFY. 4t years of age, I 5 feel 5 im lies tall. 155 pounds, florid j complexion, ble.e eyes with nervous ; twiich in right eye: reV'dish buiwn j moustache turning g.a.v; Liigh fore- j head: tup of head bald: dark gra sprint;- overcoat, grav sack suit, black ! del by har marked "MeCnc Bros" and j initials i". I ." iusidr: bhiek Lea- : situs, gia.v sucks inaiked "F. 1 .' 1 Wire alt inl onua t ie-ii to ' G Kt ) lit ! E YV. M'fl.r.'-KV. Cai tain Detecth ... liurea :UH Mulberry Street. j New Yelk Citv. GET RICH QUICK SCHEMES. Sit-eel-.t k-Ohtnl IJffi;tm Classes Them V.'illi l.iitriei. 'ASIHG'TON. iK c. 1 I. H i i- .a . P.ai-rctt. the assl-lant attorney for )0l..iaci' eefi: i oie.ion -which assistaio atli : it is u ni . has rciutei eit has v. en a .nvl ly Miev feaeral for t'ae a n the jiostolliee depart oieiil hohbu. the basic piinciples upon w called bond investment s founded are imi . tiiil.iwt' scbeiues as at lnvsi'ut up-eri : t oat w ii do hirii ihe sj lienu s are el. yet the .'.ted are in- ilni'.al to the postal laws. 'the opinion states that the schemes are in the nature of lotteries, most of the promises made in these contracts bcina impossible of fulfillment under the known and recognized rules of investment unless many lapses occur and unexpeeied eara iaas a eel lie. It is further held that inas much as some of the contract holders will lose em their investments the schemes are fraudulent under the provisions of tlie statutes which forbid il;e use of tlie mails in the p: emotion of such enter prises. 'The posfoltice depa ttnteuc will notify ail companies opera: ina sehem s of this character and reeuire them to make ss-.cit modifications in their plan.s as will eliminate ihe feamros whie'a ai e une.illili adv.-ill'.aaes f.i persons siuelavly shinned and to make Ih.-ir promises -o thai ihe tasr man wil' i-e proei!et or without depending u;..n coat inaem ies hejoic any further action is iakeu in this matter. Aul'.sr, loon L-cn-iiic iUii.sv. I'On; Hl-LEK I'SI E, N. Y.. Dee. 1 "The New Vorh St.it!' Arilisaloem iea.i contiscated a truckload ' f s!e. mat h; and had them destroyed by Ihe shei their owners liavin.a be n ibied S2") a eil. lite Aaents of the le-raue s;;pe-i:ite:'.!e,l de truci ion of tlie niacuim s. Tiiey caused tlie arrest of James Calahati. r loon keeper of l-'ishkih Landina. ' eiiarae of perjury for false swearin r.trard to ids liipior tax certificate, oilier saloon keeper. David Moor Mahhi tt-vi!!c. was fined ; 1 it for vi in,,' the iiaii.es law. and other cases pendina-. An ' s'lii is Sri-v it-;-ARKANSAS CiYY. Yest -rday at noon tile ollice in this city for vision id the Sniifa h fiaius by orders, 'i hi la'sll ULcd. Kan.. Dec 1 fe train dispatchers' :he -bdalioina di e iieaan itandlin.a ; is 1'ie firs! lime i iiaadle trains in oi.. rators" r.t i ike. they have been able to iiaa this -way, since tile uju r: which bea-.in last Sauudii En cry i:ition'ou the divish, with at hast o:?.- operator i'ternoon. suppli.d d trains are rimmu.a as u.-i,al. Extras will he onkaed out. libs mormn.a. Rare Styles of TT Tlio Popular Christians. Present. :0 latterns, from $3.50 to $33.00 each. Over 100 Couches j select from. We're duelling lots of to them for Christmas, Commencing Saturday, our store will keep open every ltight till Christmas. . . THE-- . Hampson-Seliew Furniture Co 134-150 . GBAND STREET. TREATY IS AMENDED. Senate Favors Riht to Defend IsUf ' miau Canal. . WASHINGTON, Dee. 1L For nearly three t hours- yesterday Mr. Ilaima . of Ohio itdure.ised the senate upon the prni ing: ship subsidy hill. YYhile.he hfis spo ken heretofore on the floor of the senut", this , effort really was his first formal tpeech to the body since he became a member of it. In accordance with previous agreement the senate in executive session took a vole at o o'clock on the amendment to the llay-I'aimcefoio treaty authorizing the Unit'il States to defend its interec in the canal. The senate did nut close its doors until 2, o'clock, and there was tie n left only one hotir' time for discussion of the provisions of the amendment. Tiie vole whs tukeri by yeas and nays, t.5 votes h, inn en at in favor of the anion J nieiu and 17 against it. 'The negative votes were iis billow s : Uaird. lt. veridm-, I-'rye, Foster, Hansbroittrli, Lindsay. M.i soa, MeCiiuiher, McEnery, Mcl'.ii.le, Muigaii, Money, Stewart, Tillman, Wel-liie-lcn, Wolcutt and GnUin.er. 'Tlie coininittee a iiienibneiil which was adopied is a provision n, be inserted al'. er section 5 of article 2 of the treaty and is as follows: "It is a;;reed, however, that none of the immediately forei;oin conditions and stipuiat ions in sections numbered 1. 2, -t and 5 of the article sliail apply to measures v, hh h lite Uniied S!. sites may find it neeessitry to take for sceurin--.' b its own forces the defense of the Failed Stales and tlie inaiuieiiance of puhKc oi der." 'The committee nine million! no ooiier had been ademed titan various r-cual-us took the floor to surest tuitner e.meml nieals. The ameniliiunt which probably aai-iu ti-,1 most atlentioa v, as ohVied hy Seuator ElUtis and i-, as folh-ws-: "NothiuK in this treaty shall be con strued to prevent the l uitrd States from uiiiiuiritii; sutiicient security and sow r-ei.-.vuty or to prevent it frota . tu'.U.iia, op. -rat iiej-. maiataiaiii-, eon'.reltiii aiel C.iii Lidite the said eiTnal t re i erriic to the propo v.t Nicaragua i ;lli;:ti or tor any liilaf iHUpose ihul ttie Uitiwd States i:iav vU-em f r ils Is sj itoer.i .." t tiller alii 'i.-tinei:! Sena: el s 'Tiilttiau. Thurston. Senator the fail, was not s fiif i!uy of trying I sider::tioa for lUe. duriu.;' the day. an 1 mems v. eie ail adjout umeul. which t're-. iocs to iak i were Alien, lanbro. lew u ) secure treaty ie'L:ested bv Money u-d a cUar,;e ef i-cc.-.-tuy.e lue f..u-l!iei- con ns amended as soon as t lie nnuv.l Clot! 1! lee he ved L-uiuui;tee a lee ed un isi .niter occupied the renter poiti ate's Cane with a speech. :-e ieat ahcrati'.ui of the t re noiui.'.d hiniseil as favontl li'.illee atilei'dmenl. bur ai lb d ihat mind thai atiteudsut lit did n ; eiioa.ah l-i meet the wishes of ih, can people. He believed, ho said, the caiia! was to be const ru 'e.' government of the I'aited Si::ie pie would demand ei.iciel. i.e and control over the aaai itself eua right to exercise inch- ova .i-tia ;ia iiis.1 ihe ua property bel it iie'J id- -. 1 S CeU. 'so i;,. a ! erua: ie-'i-i '. a nation, not only in aopui in couiK-etlon , i .'u the.' came Lte- in seeurin.a soj-erei.atity cciiieiKied thai to pursue tl. voj-ed no violation of ia ri.a'nts and in drfelee of rhi-; t. the I' mtod Stale had made a and it; that pre. 'esive trea 1 afto; . n Era w a i a-u cite. ni and ai l-.u.a-ii- beina Ii. rhis pes chanacd Cv'l.d.llet After Uav tile of btlsill the inn to lie.' in.l in R-'ptdiiieaa s... la i. won 1 1 1)1 . Would rat ilie.i 'The da.'lio; was d iebate 11 liiii en dl aad eoi-o Vb eless. Those 1 ssoll! cut. -ol.t York. N New Yoi Mr. I a: . vcays and a deenei Ala aid w ill eio. o'clie k ii ader to pa -s Tlie holiday Thursd -,:i .iiii. iiT. hh-iih !dl. De. 21, .Uni. 1 COMMENT IN LONDON. LCNlX'N. tile I'tlitld i itt.ieiiiliie.-ai treaty e--ter. far !e.. wei tull!li:e;it !iy Dee. U.-Th ::lles senate In tile Ii i the I arete e:-ter.iay u; evaleitl I. vii;!:fy a iit. ile ir.h .1 Uill-I'i al !' the L .e'en meriiiii iear .V-'eeri'iinIr Tile Times atui !!i!)-i .itiier papers will iiesi;niie tmti .iv their editorial treaitiieiu . l i.tioti in its present phase. 'I lr. ( 'tiroiiiele. However, p.iiiiishes .Hie. in which it say.-: nais. of iiii tf.lllel (he if Daily sil.a-t "'file news is very seren nieatts. iu a word, that tile jingoes an 1 Alliiiephohes of the l.'liited States Se'.iaf have t i iuniplieil and ilntt we are hail: aain to.iav win-re we wen- a.l file time of the Venezuelan indnroidio and I'rei (lent Cleveland's insolent aad provoe-i : ivo speech. The better feel inn- niaidfestcd utiriiis the Spa.nish-Ainerieaii war iue lieen shaiei .1 by jiro-Itiier syei,e.iii:e-, and it is now swamped by v-if in;eiet. "The Americans intend to fortify the canal in si-ite of tln rreaiy eustiitienieni to tiie -eoutrary. We camiol posMoiy stand liy and allow the Clayion-lVaiwer treaty to be thus iinr.'erio-isij- set a.s'de. The flood rehiliuiis iK-twien' tiie two countries must of necessity lie i;rave:y menaced. This is tile outcome of Mr. McKinlcy's" re-election. Worse cord. I luirdly have happened if Mr. Bryan had hcen returned." The Iailj" Graphic remarks: ''We have no doubts as to the. result. Anu-!t-Aiuor-ican .statesmanship will find an amieaeie solution of the difficulty created by American jingoes. We fail to see, how ever, how; the t .'layton-Ruhver treaty can he ;-"ot rid of without the Mosifuito terri tories reverting to (Jreat Britain."' The Standard observes: "It is more of n rebuff .for-President McKinlcy's execu tive than for .Great Brituin. England cannot possibly accept the llay-l'aimee-fote treaty, thus amended, and it would be insulting to the .people and govern ment of the United States to assume that they would either denounce the Clayton-Bulwer treaty without -offerius an ciputeble equivalent or contemplate the gross illegality of " disregarding it. There will be time enough, to 'consider the abrogation of tbe treaty when Wah-' ingtou formally tenders a suggestion which' would certainly lie approached tiy GriTt Britain with every desire to assist the United States to can y out a project hiirhly lienetieial to Ameriean conuneree, but ii cannot be supposed tlinf wi' ivimiil abandon our treaty riuhts .without solid eousidei'litiou iu returu."' BEOOXXYN E21ZTS Alderman Mafmney paid a short' visit to friends ju New Haven to-day. Miss Hall, who has been visiting -Mrs Matthew Kennedy and familv of North Leonard street, has returned to her home In New York, accompanied t by Miss Margaret Kennedy. The fair held under the ausniees of the Indies of the Third Congrega tional church was brought to a'close last niKht, amther lai-'e audience be-in- present. The fair was a success in every way ami will net a handsome sum tor tlie improvement fund of the church. A full rehearsal of the vouug la dies' iiiliisttvls was hold in the Lyceum last niilit. A la rye number were pres ent Some of the latest and. most caichv soti.s ami some excellent jokes me bein- prepared. Sunday after- "U nt I o'clock another rehearsal v. ill be held ill i iM. Lyceum. A full aceihl.-me,. is desired. A pleasant social oven ins: was ;!cnt at tbe home of Mr and Mrs Maurice Chirk. 577 North Riverside street, bed e cnimr. where a number of yotiu- folks, both -mi! lemon and ladies, assembled to do 'Honor to the -1st birihdav m" belli Grojrau and l ai'ick Clark. And a riidit nierrv old lime they dil have, with ihoir dancimr tttid sin-it,-, -ames and amusement of every sort ami de-cripi ion. Instru-leei-.tal .-nid vocal ntu.-ie by skillful ar tists afforded much enjoyment to those present, soiius bv .l.dm Mitchell. Rich ard Lvm h mid G. Clark hcimr especial ly pleasine. 1 mucin- was imlulired in lttiiil a hue hour, or rct'icr an' early houi'. w lieu the attests sat down to a l.ountei its repast, afser pat taking of wi.icii tiiey ilepartetl to their respec t i e liouies. NEW TENT ORGANIZER 'The New- Maccab.e Order Instituted Last Nlk'ht and Otacers Elected. 'The new te-id of the Kniahts oi" the Maceibec.s was e' '.:.m:::ed last ttiaht at Coital . -ss p;li! :isid v. iH. i;;u)vn as V'atef!t!ry tent. No Ab liouah it is tlie ititi...t ten: cf t'le sia.e. it starts o.T in a Uea'tliv c .atdbiou. the charter list laiii- a:t c'.o.t.d hk"!,!h rsia;) nf t'.e'l.v. s-n:e Ccf.mmt.iU-r .loin ". .bhr. se'!t w :: present ha i ;.:: ae cf iti- sti rte : i:- tl-e ti-:i. ! en- assist; .1 bv Sir 1 1 it v. ; asi 1. of rat eider of Hart ford Mi. The follow- edieers we'-.. ele-Tsl atld illStSlle.1 ;'e:- t he i tio.ini; I',.-i coie uia ::de". ' V. Cc.nwar. Comi.mii.lor. p. f. Shields. I-U-meuatit-cemto-. e'er. y. r. !;. Ree.e.d deeper. W f.er Ci'ir.a'itty. I'p'ap,.. ','. ix. I'.illon. Cba'dai::. I. on II rrcm-li. Ceysieia::. 1 : Ml'K.aev. S-u-ai a:::, d. 1-'. Sab t va:i. Vi isier ai arris. D. .!. ?.to.lv:Ile. l-'irsr i. ef .1. ic To.elau Second M. of i ;.. Wilea-u Mora a. Sellti'-e! V I Ta. . '" l': v. -. C. eh P.o.n.-rr. Tn-sie.'s. .b.t.o .Tames M. I-yie-'i an,! !-! . lie -aatl. '-ea :r'-r ! : ,e; Pe't at.-! tent ! --? w-s -M e:! the ..!...,. r, : '. ., :,,o.io.-i nirory "evs. Ti-c :;sr ' ae's-- i-evlow of r!n :e:ii: will be ie'.l 'r'i::i-s.h:-- .-..nimr. 1 tib. i- PT. -n ('..ea-.-oss P-i'i. at : -::r. No :;. , v'ai e-i. ::-v. wdl be i n seer. io.l ( .-iiiid:fv the work of the Vaecahev rttual. STOLEN noUS!) IlECOVEREP. Two Men I'ud.-f Arrest f :r the Crom well Thcl'l-. Midi' iei ) -.vti, I'..- LL-Tvc men w -.'a! A' " .'eUll t'.'i . ti were li':-niir i:er yesrer.i.i -, hv i,.piry Sin-riil" I'uardn:;!!! from .:!;(.r.rd. ;::i:4'ii witii su-al::!;: i'h' . a1'!:! eie l.inr.ic TiaeeC froil LolliS !;!.;'.,'!; ct' . ''i-i'iwei!. A youm man v.-h.i iia.l a ieseri; ;. ,;i of h,. tea i; s;iw it or: '!, fee.i ln.iivii'ii S;-iui'"ori and t'l-et-t. :.) :i;td ii.;t:;iMl 'mista'd. Selue.-i wee ,, S; e II !'. .!'.!. w'l.i ;-aii; a ; lea in and wem .'!!'if t he men. He i:!-i ) . e i 1 1 , !ti ri.aii. Idoi-it.-d tlie war '.'.' ii Ills outii' aad arres;,.. rlteni. S-ii:nii);-)ir sa;,' t;:;-: "ie had Junta; lift i :.-.;;: -ii era ! 'oh- Mi New 1 !a vet for Sir, -Hiil .'"liicii seel .hat lie Ilitii i)e"'l v,ad;:.:- from ,-v Uavrn -viien tiie o: '! t.:r.-;--d him a id". Cohen ran iieo ;':' oitsi i ,-ie ',as -dim' v!ie hand. -ai! ..ii 'die ...liier. linr eame hack tltniei- I ill'ea :s o' -diooi ijiir. ! ' p.i. .'. Slier!!!' i;,..-T-!hiiii!i was teio- lilloiii ii io here, well! doVM. ideiliilied die ;iro-riy and binnirhr the men : in re. lie reecvercd every! 'linrr exe.-nr a eed.ii- and a blanker and Inmes !. j j;-ei ii.-ir;' of ilu-ni if he ean find whore flic horse was shod while it was miss- i iliu'. i 1 1 ; e of lile Mien s;o-,Hied t. K.l- ' !ai;.wi( k's house in ( 'rein w-il some days nro :i:i;i ieartted. Tin- vaine oi fin1 horse, which .-xtilaitis 'now that riartie- tdar aititoal hiniiK-netl to be selected i hist Monday nisr'if. j SITS II Kit FATHEII. Wains $r.tjO for i?ervlees WaR Cut ! (lf ill a ite.'eiitiy-Made Will. Uockville. Dec '. i. The trial ni' tiie ease ni Mrs Wilbur Strottc vs Itoliert Maiuiock. suit I'm- Ho.(.:d, was besuu ! in 1 lie superior court in itockviile yes j h I'llny. Mrs Strung;, who is ;i iiaugii i ler ..f ihe diefeiai.-ua. was formerly i married i Fred Willis, but securing; ! a divorce from him she went home to I live, taking iter child with her. She ; kepi house for her father fur eighteen i years, having only recently. A will ' made in 1 .!." was produced in court, i wherein tiie defendant had willed the i bulk of his property to Mrs Strong-.. I I.aier he deeded most of the property i tn his o.lier children, cutting; Mrs Strong- of!', and tips led to The suit for services, as she said her father had willed her the property as a reward for years of service as housekeeper. The defendant denied that he bad in tended to convoy the property to his daughter for service but mendy out of good wili for her. Tie bad provid ed a hoiiu for her since her divorce from 'Willis, also keepinjf her child as one of his own. He had footed all tin bills, and gave her money at different times in sums rangir.jr from S5 to .L'o.. SET BLANKETS ON FIRE.. FniouviUe. Dee 14. Frank Tiffacy was found in an intoxicated condition, yesterday and locked up. While await ing trial he managed to set lire to the blankets on the cot at the lockup, and but for the fact that someone saw th smoke issuing from the windows, would probably have been suffocated, iis he to too stupid to know that the blankets were afire. He was tried be fore Justice. Woodford, fowndl guiltr of drunkenness and sentenced :to jail for 1 hirtr , nays and to pay the costs c the court.. ' .