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^ > } im ' 'I?" "Equal and Exact Justice to all Men of Whatever $tate or Persuasion, Religious vr Political."--J Vol; V. Whole Xo 1252 ;:VNorwalk, Conn.-. Saturday Efiroing, December 7, 1895.'r*'£Z'4 Price One Cent :•- • •" < - - z&*Y sm* smmmmm,: t: •. mmmmmmm: .-jsraas "-vis* THE LARGEST AND BEST DEPARTMENT STORE IN EAIRFIEJjD CO. ' \ f- ISk- - LEAD.TKG IN EVERT? TK IMG. ' > •'•-—•••;--' -AS''P—"B—L -$r THEY "LIKE ^itefeS^to BE^I® BRIDGEPORT. ^ THE Din;Rea<J « COMPANY. ^Sk«S|B§ • 't ;Xf' ^SS;' •; LIKED " ; ^Because they are - liking-^usefttl as well as beautiful. And Av<5nderfully reasonable.*" Holiday assortments of Crockery, Glassware and Silverware th at are complete \'. sin every detail—little points ' that add to tlieir value when one comes to choose for gift purposes. An d for eve ry service which a well appointed table—breakfast, lunch or r dinner—can possibly call for. - Lamps of high degree selling at low rate figures because it is holiday times. Big banquet and piano chaps that are grand in size, and beautiful, for the reason that they are to be conspicuous—a good-deal is expected from them— a good deal is given. All • sorts of other kinds, plain, ornamental, and quiet rich ; Hooking ones, in either modern or antique shapes—old patterns for oddly furnished rOOmS. - Tljp " Simplex" Type- ./writer, good enough and dignified enough to be in a. busi-ness office or law chambers, ' $2.50. By its use children can improve their spelling and punctuation, as well as encourage neatness and accuracy ; and they are interested in its use as well as entertained.' r Fine French Satteens, suitable for fancy pillows, comfortables, etc., formerly .37 £ c. now 15 c. the yard—another , holiday bargain. A1 so Tycoon , Repps—ye olden time fabric, better known as Repp De Laine—-just a few pieces that we had the good luck to come across, 12$ c. a yd. Worsted Mixtures, in plain drabs, double fold, marked - * down from 15 c. to 7 c. a yd; i only a few hundred yards. Moreen—all-wool black pdoreen; the best we have seen at 37h c. a yard—makes the best skirt lining; 11 othing \ like it for an underskirt. m OUR DISPLAY OF TOYSvMMES,DOLLS, BUC-A-BHAO, OHIHA, SILYIR^AIII AHD BOOKS18 Tdys & GAMES The Pretty Dolls ^ - 5 *' ; T^E, CIIILi HEN. The Girls. FOR THE BOYS Zithers»rnononarnsi ' "• i'OIt / The Young Ladies. THE MOTHERS. Anything in the way of Gifts and Useful Presents that will; make" tUe receivers and doners happy, and there will be no old Mr. SofJ^geTin the Nbfwalks ofi Christ- ,rJ lias Day, so that .we can-all greet one another with a "Merry Christmas," anclsay, like tiny Tim "God bless us all." * ' *£ „. > ~ ' T 6 Don't think that with tjie approach of Christmas;we forget'the other departments—net so-^-our stocks are never disturbed, save-our Carpet Department,that we have moved up one floor. W1 E SH~ AL* L O» FFE. R ' K A11E B™ARG AINS IN ALL. DE> PA RTMEN.TS F• O R THE HOLIDAYS. tI&r#. -• - The Exonerated Man Remanded to rPrison by Justice Andrews. GOFFS ACTION QUESTIONED. Tlie Court Thought That the Kecorder of _ % • V . New York Exceeded Hla Authority, V ^ut He Granted the Prose- . \ cutlng OfflcerajjS Delay. NEW YORK, Dec. 7.—The Aub-Langer-toan case was transferred to the supreme court today. Walter L. S. Langerman tvas brought before Justice Andrews on a writ of habeas corpua -obtained by his counsel,. Golonel R. J. Haire.. A writ of certiorari was also issued by Justice Andrews directing the clerk'of part two of the court of general sessions to'submit to him all the papers in the case. Both writs were served yesterday afternoon. There was- a big crowd in supreme court, chambers, long before Justice Andrews took his seat to hear the case. Langerman came into court in charge of a policemaii from the house of deten- Sion. He did not look so happy as lie did ieveral days ago. He wore a blue overcoat, a dark suit of clothes and patent^ leather shoes. Colonel Haire was present in Lander-man's behalf, and Assistant District Attorney IJnger appeared to object to Lan-german's release from the house of detention. Colonel Haire sought to get Langerman out on the ground that he was being unlawfully held as a witness against Barbara Aub, and that his bail of $1,000 was excessive. On these grounds he asked for Langerman's discharge. . Mr.. Unger recited the facts in connection with Langerman's commitment; He aaid that Langerman was a necessary witness against Barbara Aub, who was held a prisoner in the Tombs on a charge of perjury. Bail, he said, had been fixed at pi, 000, and- having failed to furnish a bondsman Langerman was held a prisoner. " s? 'Commitment Illegal. Colonel Haire, in reply, said that the commitment of Langerman by Recorder Goff was illogal and irregular. He read the law upon the subject, and stated that Langerman could not be committed to the house of' detention unless there was reason, based upon affidavits, to believe that he was an accomplice of Barbara Aub's crime of perjury, and, further unless there was a belief that the witness wanted was about to leave town. The papers in Langerman's case were then produced, showing how^he had been committed, and then Justice Andrews asked whether Recorder Goff had aoted as & police magistrate or as presiding judge Df the court of general sessions. .. Colonel Haire said that it was .unlawful for the recorder to fix Langerman's bail at more than $100. The question was then raised and argued as to whether the recorder in the case had acted as a police magistrate. Justice Andrews was- clearly in accord with Colonel Haire's argument. He asked Mr. Unger what authority the recorder had to hold a witness who was unable to furnish bail. The only precedent quoted Was a murder case tried a long time ago, in which Mr. Unger was interested and in which awitnesewas held in $5; 000 bail. Mr. Unger took the stand that it was not Recorde* GofE who had committed Langerman, but the court of general sos- Bions. Both lawyers then argued on legal technicalities for a long time. • An Important Difference. Justice Andrews said that witnesses were held by federal court judges by a special act of congress, but he did not know of any statute which would give the court of general sessions power to arrest witnesses and lock, them up, as is. in the power of a United States district attorney. Mr. Unger, in answer to the court's contention, said that it was the .custom of the district attorney to arrest witnesses and have their bail fixed in large amounts. ."If there is such a power vested in the district attorney,",,said Justice Andrews, "I d.o;.not know of'it,\but I do not wish to give'a hasty decision in this oase. I ,think it is illegal to'commit witnesses in heavy . bail; If, as-yoii' say, it is the!custom of the district attorney to arrest witnesses and have them committed to thaHouse of Detection, L do not care to give a hasty opinio:) in ' '.:lz >nsc. ZT'-tS I uo hot seo now bow it can be legally done without a special enactment of the legislature. There Is certainly no provision for such action In the code. "I do not wish to interfere with the business of the district attorney's office, Bo I think I shall commit Langerman to the House of Detention in order to give Mr. Unger an opportunity to submit his authorities^in writing." •Mr. Unger then cited the cage of old Bill Vosburg, in which he said that if the come on whom Vosbu rg had swindled Dut of $500 in a green goads game had not been held as a witness iti heavy bail he Would have left the city, and Vosburg would have been set free. A Vessel's Dangerous Position. NANTUCKET, Mass., Dcc. 7.—A large unknown barkenrine i^ ashore on Great Point Rip with colors set at mizzenmast Cur assistance. The Coskata life saving crew and the underwriters' crew have gone to her assistance, and the tug Underwriter has been" -summoned from Vine- Pard Haven.' The sea is running very high. * - Mr. lecbj's Majority. DUBLIN, Dec. 7.—William E. H. Lecky, LL. D., D. C, L., the historian (Liberal Unionist), has been elected to the parlia-mentary seat for Dublin university, to fill the vacancy caused by the elevation of David R. Plnnket (Conservative) to the peerage, by a majority of 750 votes. . : , A Tory Member Unseated. SOUTHAMPTON, Dcc. 7.—As a result of a petition against the ejection of T. Cham-berlayne (Conservative) and Sir John Simeon (Liberal-Unionist) to represent -Southampton, alleging extensive bribery of voters through agents, T. Chamber-layne has been unseated. Great Fire In a Daftish Town. . COPENHIGEN, Dec. 7;—A serious conflagration, which started in the town of Mariestad yesterday, is still raging. The town has been almost wiped out of existence. Three-fourths of. the inhabitants are homeless. \ Large Accumulated | Stocks Stand In . , - the Way of ifew Orders. THE REACTION! IN PEI0ES. The Startling Rises ^nd Subsequent] Re-eessionof Most Commodities—A Weak Toned Stock Market—The Failures of the Week. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Closing Quotations of the iftw York Stock Exchange. ' NEW YORK. Dec. ii.—Money on call easy at 3 @2H per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4fi»5}-6 per cent. Sterling exchauge fjrm, with actual business in bankers' bills at $email@example.comM for demand and §4.87%@4.S8 for UO days. Posted rates", $i.88J^'A4.89 and Commercial bills. Si87. Silver eerti 'ieates, 07!4@67J^; no sales. Bar silver, B7. Mexican dollars, 54. Government bonds weak ai d lower. State bonds inactive. Railroad bonds easier. Closing prices: Atchison 16?! New England.... U Bur. & Quincy... . S2-M N. J. Central .106 C., C., C. & St. L. 41 North American. 5^ Chesapeake & O. . 17% Northern Pacific. . m Chicago Gag . C9J4 Do. i>ref 15^ Cordage . 6% N. Y. Central.... .100 Cotton Oil . 18>4 Omaha 42 Del. & Hudson .. .129^ Ontario. & West. 15H Distillers' Trust. . 19Hs Paciiic Mail 82 Erie 12% Reading. 10% General Electric. 3114 Rock Island 77 Hocking Yalley.. . 18% Silver Bullion.... 67% Lackawanna AG6H St. Paul 75% Lake Shore....... .15014 Sugar Refining.. 107% Lead . 30M Texas Pacific.... 9 Louisville & Nash 52% Union Pacific.... m Missouri Pacific. .29% Wabash pref im Northwestern... .106% Western Unif i• on.. • 88% • General Markets. NEW YORK, Dec. 6.— FLOUR —State and A'esterndull; city mills patents, $firstname.lastname@example.org; winter patents, $email@example.com; city mills clears, $4® t.10: winter straights, $firstname.lastname@example.org. ^ WHEAT—Isfo. 2 red opened steadier on firmer Liverpool news, but lost tlx*, advance from a Bcarcity of local buying orders; January, 66 7-16 @66 1116c.; May, 67%@68^c. CORN—No. 2 opened quiet and declined under local pressure; May, 35)4@35}^c. OATS—No. :i absolutely featureless; May, 35J«c.; track, white, state, 24& 27c. PORK—Quiet; new mess, $9<3>9.50; family, $10©10.50. ~ • LARD—Quiet and steady; prime western steam, $5.60. BUTTER—Firm; state dairy, 15@23c.; state creamery, 18©25c. CHEESE—Quiet; state, large, 7M@10c.; small, 7%@10J^c. • EGGS—Steady; state and Pennsylvania, 33® 26c.; western, 21@23c.. SUGAR—Raw firm; fair refining, 3^@3J4c.; centrifugal, 98 test, S}4®35^.; refined-firm; crushed, 5J4c.; powdered,"^?. - TURPENTINE-TDUII at m 4.327^0. - MOLASSES—Firm; New Oi leans. 29@34c. , RICE—Steady; domestic, S'A@6}4e.: Japan, TALLOW-Quiet; city, 4 3-lGc.; country, 4 5-16c. HAY—Steady; shipping, 70®7Gc.; good to choice, 80S85c. -:tv: Ijftv;;, • NEW YORK, Dec. 7.—^R. G. Dun & Co.'a weekly review of tradefsays: ' Business is still sluggish, as if gorged by excessive indulgence of the appetite for buying when prices were advancing. In nearly every branch stocks not y«t distributed to consumers stand ifi the way of new orders, and competition of a producing- force largely exceeding the present demand puts down prices, that decline retarding purchases yet more. After tho holidays men look for a larger demand, whether large enough to support all the producing force awakened to activity by tho abnormal rush of buyers last summer remains to be seen. For the present the springs of new business are running Jow, but enough is doing on old orders to keep most of the works employed itf part and a good proportion fully. Financial influences have not hindered and rarely has the opening of a session of congress affected business so littlo. Reaction in prices is nob' stimulating, eveh when it means return to health after an uiiwholesome advance, but it has been the most prominent feature in business for some weoks. Of" the leading products hides^were almost Jhe first and the most active in rising, but have now receded 40 per cent. Wheat rose about 27 cents with false reports, bub declined about 18 cents. Cotton rose nearly 50 per qpnt, but has receded about 15 per cent, and leather rose as much, but has declined thu3 far 13 per cent. Iron rose nearly 60 per cent, but has declined from the hfghest point about 10 percent.- Woolen gfcods rose scarcely any, and cotton goods much less than cotton, and boots and shoes much less than leather, and these have declined comparatively little. Each branch has special conditions, but where the rise \fas large and due to fictitious or temporary influences much reaction is natural. Retail prices, as .usual* yield more slowly and not in proportion to the wholesale cost of commodities. Wheat, Corn and Cotton. Wheat has advanced about 1- cent for the week, though western receipts have been 7,014,911 bushels against 3,727,788 last year, and Atlantic exports, flour included, again exceed last year's, 2,336,- 093. against 1,887,737 bushels. The.besfc western estimate of the crop have been raised again. Corn -moves from farms less freely than a year ago, the low price hindering, but exports were 1,293,774 bushels, against 178,813' last year. Cotton has beenVeak again, declining a quarter for the week and the January option three-eighths. The quantity which has come into sight, 35 per cent less than last year to date, does not yet indicate a yield 30 or 87 per cent smaller, as many predict, though the recent movement is very slow. Northern spinners have taken about a third less than last year. European manufacture feels shrinkage, in Exports to India and tho oast and the less favorable prospect for goods. In this country the manufacture meota with a much reduced demand, and prices are gradually sinking, in the average for all grades about 2K per cent from tho highest poin£ in October. Wool has been slightly strengthened" by the London sales, bub the average of quotations by Coates Bros, is only a tenth of 1 per cent higher. Sales continue largo, 6,463,100, pounds for tho week, of-which 60. per ce'nb was foreign. Manufacturers have much machinery idle at present, and orders thus far are not encouraging. Dress goods are in less demand, and Atlantic all wool J cashmere's were reduced 10 per cent. Iron-and its products are*lower, anthracites No. 1 at $13, plates at 1.5 and bar at •l.'S cents and bessemer pig $12 at-Valley mills, with billets $16.50. The average of all quotationsjs 8% per cent below the highest point in; September, but actual sales are freq'uenfly>made below quotations. Proposed combination of lake ore producers has not yet been effected, and with tho fall in the price of iron is less p r o b a b l e . _ v . • . • Weak Stock il'jjrJcof. The stock market has? been weak, partly because of sales by London said to reach » 40,000 shares for tho week, and partly because of disappointing returns of earnings. November reports shoV/ed again over last year of 9.8 per cent in the first week, 8.5 in the second, 5.5 in tho third and 1.0 in the fourth week, and for tho month 6.9 over last year, lyit 3.4 per cent, less-than in 1S92. East bound shipments from Chicago in November were 8.4 per "centr larger than in 1892. Payments •through clearing houses are for tho week 8.2 per bent larger than last year, but 12.8 per cent less' than ill 1892, and the comparison, like that of railway earnings, reflects only in part the difference in new business. While a marked change for the better is. exacted after Jan. 1, little-gain can occur for the rest of this year, though in holiday lines larger earnings of the people should cause soma increasa With all the shrinkage in present business and prices, it is encouraging to find but a small increase in failures. Liabilities for four weeks of November Were $12,099,293 against $10,581,873 last year, arrd $20,841,621 in 1893. Manufacturing liabilities were $3,560,681, against $3,- 242J349 last year, but trading liabilities only $6,728,912, agafnsb $7,207,367 last yearr Failures in the United States for the week have been 324 against 385 last year, and 52 in Canada against 40 last year. - - - Sherman For President. CHICAGO, Dec. 7.—Captain D. W. Wood, the attorney who is a lifelong friend of Senator John Sherman, has returned from Ohio and is authority for -the statement that there is a well defined sentiment in Various parts of the country in . favor,of the venerable statesman for president in 1896. Brooklyn Trolley Extensions. ALBANY, Dec. 7.—Kings county railroads cut quite a figure in the secretary of state's office today, four of them filing extensions of routes. The entire extension is evidently a great opposition to the numerous * Flynn syndicate extensions made by the Brooklyn Traction company. DRAUHSCHWEIGER - . Valuable Trotter Earned. •-/" , . EATJ CLAIRE, Wis., Dec. 7.—Three large barns on Captain A. M. Sherman's farm were destroyed, and eight head of horses, including Belle Ure, the well known trotter, were burned; loss, $20,000; partially insured. Flooding Cuba With Troops. HAVANA, Doc. 7.—The steamer Leon Trece has arrived at Guantanamo- with the battalions of Principe de Toledo and Satrustekui, and the steamer. Buenos Ayres has arrived at Cayo France- "'th the Zargoza, Saboya, Pavis and Ct battalions, numbering 6,000 soldiers, r iru Frazler Held. SARATOGA, Deo. 7.—Ira Frazier of Hor-icon, -Warren county, charged with sending an obscene letter through the mails, was hekl to appear before the grand jury. He was released on bail. mcisitiuo UtlHtUS.rflUTEtlltE Jilt liEirojMEfciJJJ. &/EATTB*.FlNE HIE AMERICAN HTOEBWA CYCOOR CKOM PUA.NS.YA. S UCCESSOR. Do not be deceived by infringements of name, package or cigar-gtte THE ONLY GENUINE®®, Sweet Saporal Cigarettes Bear tbefac simile signature of Mmsmsr IP on the package and on each cigarctte. TAKE NONE WITHOUT. A Pure.Malt Extract. . A Substitute for Solid Food Highest percentage Extract. Low est percentage -AJcofcol. in Effective Touic. An Agreeabl-j Beverage. A mild Stimulant. - Just what physicians will pre scribe for Cursing Mothers, Con valet cents and victims of Insomnia or Nervous Disorders resulting from Impaired Digestion and Overwork. , Bottled for Sale and Delivered Anywhere. LONG ISLAND BOTTLING CO:, . 280-384 Eergen St., Brooklyn, FOR SALE BY EDWARD P. WEED-THE BEST MEATS Neio Yorlc Announcement. Horner's Furniture 3 is the best in the^ market because rep- ~ rei-cnting the productions of the best £ makers onfy. No suc^h , magni»f«i—ce-n«t• m display can be seen in America (cc-ci! pies eight spacious floors,) and no r. rierq can equal values in fine Furni- J. t u : * L > b o o b t a i n e d . > i 1 . & LliUUO IUI Uiu- HUIIUUjOM§|ijlj These comprise thousands of articles, from .» Hie inexpensive Rocker, Easy (.'hair or Writ- ^ ing. Desk, to the most exquisite Dressing i Tit Lib or Cabinet. Those desirous.of select- ^ "Tnsr" uRoful, handsome and ever-welcome _ if li.Uiy.Giftp, will flnd.nmplo choice in our - 7-1. .va.^t stock, and at all prices, plainly marked. - Send for beautifully illustrated C book, " Our American Homes, and ' -3. - How To Furnish Them." .> -} If you want the best of meat, Just come around on Water street, Across the way from Hubbell's dock '1 he market stands upon a rock, Where thezo is kept of meat the best, And prices low(r than the rest, Who handle meats oc the same grade For-none can cut better in the tiade. We have Beef and Lamb, Sausage and Pork, Right from New Haven, (not New York.) All goods reliable bought of us The market of John Bogardus. J, 6 WATER ST., OK WALK. THE B OK EST PLUMBER, W. C. HOLMES, : 7 Water Street, r j IS PEEPABED TO DO ALLMANNEB OF PLUMBING WORK Tin and Sleet iron Roofer at Worker. ALL WORK AND MATERIALS GUARAN-TEED OF BEST QUALITY, AND PRICES FAIR AND VERY f • REASONABLE, .. " ' W. C, HOLMES, 7 WATER STREET, v Horace E. Danry EXOELSICK J^iyervjiid^Sa>l1e, s Stable, —, Opposite Danhnry and • r - Norwalk Railroad depot' - Norwalk, Conn. Stylish ~ Single or Double Team -.with or without drivers. • ,,- ; ^:'-^4-"Safe "ho™es for women ; ; " " andchildreD.] ?. SADDLE HORSES A SPECIALTY Rafmond -sS Son. .<••1 Successors to George H, Raymcnd. Furniture Dealers and General Funeral Directors. 46 and 48 Main Street, NorwaJk, Ct. S Rasidence, B^keley Pitme,- I-Telephone No, 77-4. ^ ~ FiirnKiire'MiiUers and Imporlei'S, 61,63, 65 W. 23d St., N.Y. (Adjoining Eden TM usee). Horner it Co.'s establishment is ono of the Bights cf New York.-r-^ ewei,aper Comment. NEW LOT IN BLUE AMD BLACK, Tailor-mad;-, latest style, sati s waists and sleeve linings. , DIAGONAL WORSTED SUITS, ' / IN BLUE AND BLACK,' . ... V:, SA n Unif Fin*Custom Work. tl Billti A'l great bargains. ' . : Call and exangine. H. GOODWIN, 170 AVASHINGTON STHKET BRIDGE ~-ir$ FALL AND WINTER • SUITS. Trousers to order from $3.50 up. , Suits from $18 up. ' E. OIJSOW SKI, ; Cor. WALL and WATER STS.^ ^ Dress suits to hire. • v rGA; Having procured a large 'line of handsome Fall and Winter suitings, I am ready to make - , them up in the latest styles. f F. KOCOUR, c; 17 North Main S# South Norwalk. 1 ,-Xf1 ' 1 • *P- • SisS smkg&-i '• -• de- - Best Varieties of Lolxigh Goal I carefully screened, and livered promptly. Gall and secure OUR PRICES before purchasing. ^ - yfE.-M. TOLLE8 & Coal, Wood, Hay, Straw Grain aod Fefed. ; Tg • WaterSt., foot Haviiand, ' SOUTH H0RWALK
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