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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1895.
AS OTHERS SEE IT. What Last - - Tainted Blood Poisoned my whole system, local troubles being the origin ol my suEcrins. 5Iy limbs and arms swelled and sores broke out. My nervous system was shattered and X beenme helpless. Medical treatment availed nothing. I rescried to H'd&d's Sarsaparilla and it gave mo vitality at once. I gained rapidly and tho sores difappenrt .1. I gained strength and was finally n stored to health." Mr.s. EuiEinon E. Siiixu, P. O. address, West Granville, Mass. HnnH'c Piflc are taste!-s. roil,!, eftf"- llOOU S r'iilS tive. Ail (tniinisia. 2jc Wanted The people of Waterbury and vicinity to know that the best plaoe in town to get Pictures and Picture Frames Is at the old reliable stand, 137 BANK STREET. R. S. CURTIS. The "GLOBE" Cigar Has become bo popular and the de mand so great that the old quarters ... where it was manufactured and sold, , "'172 8outh Main street, were outgrown. I have seoured more room, better light and air, at 54 E. jMain' StreeL, Up one flight, next door east of T. II. 5 Hayes's. The "Globe" is booming ' bettei than ever, and will now be uni form and perfeot every time. Call ' and see me. Thomas TP. TsoO-rntla. Offioe and Factory, 51 East Main St. Family Leaving Waterbury. Offer at oneo on a payment of $'o. their new 3 family dwelling. North Main stre-t. With barn, all imp ovemoiits ar.il payli K 10 pr cent in rentals. A!?o the lainily horse sound aud uentle. s year- o d. weight l dee. a' 6 . Top Concord biiuiry ti Harness and lobes .". - seat tine cnuopy surrey ioO, Cull 98 do Main treet. in store. Lake Strobe! Zi Co. 18 K. SEAMLESS WEDDING RINGS, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS AND STATUARY. Inspectors of N. T. N. E. R. R. Watohes. Wedding Flowers. We hove always the finest stock in the city and we know how to arrange them. . . We have also the finest stock of F.ilnis for decorating that can be found in the State. 32 Union and 25 East Main St. Telephone 146. Prof C. A. Bailey Will Open His SCHOOL FOR DANCING, AT 70 BANK St All the new fancy dan -es adapted by the Now "York dancing profess, ,t-s' s,K-icty, will l.e introduced. Open daily at a a. m. Private lessons jrivon any boar. Lolo tcroup and duet dances a specialty. Choice Perfumes c , OF ALL KINDS Lucisn Pratte's v Pharmacie Francaise, 234 SOUTH MAIN" ST. Augustus J. Smith, - ARCHITECT. - Plans, Specifications and Superinten dence of all classes of buildings. OOM 2, liohl's block, G5 BANK ST. C. Northrop & Co, 27 to 20 Canai. St. V-iiti itst, Manufacturers of Fine- Paper Boxes. Dealers in I'm per and Twine. The Sum of $50,000 Was paid by the Genu:; covernment for a missal once o win d bv l'o. e l.. o It ia said to be the b:t-(.t price ever p-scifor a book. We have 1.0 boot-s to -!i, but when you want t i ilt-Koyo frts'i ami cured meats, poultry, ve3et.-1ble.-3 or any kind of fancy or staple procerir, WE ARE THi: PEOPLE TO SEE. L. P. & A. M. Guilfoile -Brooklyn Djs i kict.- Joseph A. Jackson, Architect LILLEY'S BLOCK. W.Vl F .; li I' V. V, and 117 Wst 125tb St. New York. FLANS AND SI TEUIN TFNDEN .E of all classes of buildii iic Many' years BUcoapsful experience enables pie to secure for clients the best results with the least exptnditure. C. M. T. MALOXEY. Tublisheks. Comptkoi.i.f.k Bowler's opinion against paying the sugar bounty will I have one good effect. It will got the question of unconstitutionality of gov-; eminent bounties settled by tho courts, as tin- decision of ilie court of claims, to : whiili the sugar men are sent, will cor-' tainlv he carried to till" I'niiod States supreme court before the. matter is ended. Democrats have always main tained that tho whole system of govern ment bount io and subsidies was uncon stitutional, ami a supreme court decision will bo oh oined by ttieni. ' 'I'm-: record of the Dkmockat on the subject of lire r-ale.-of clothing is clear, li is opposed to them, tirst of all, on irem-ral principles. U believes that the homo mi chants, who pay the taxes ;i til arc a part of Waterbury, ought to l'C tcive encouragement and support, so long as ibcy provide what the people watt', at a reasonable The local compel iiiou r.-niov all doubts on that p int. Aside from t'.ii-. the managers of these tly-by-nigh: tire sales and bank nipt sales, so cai !-d. at e i:i most instan ce s t ci i i : to ob'.ain money under fal-c 1 ri i.-m-i -, for. as a nth-, the stock they c.ir.'y conic- from the big sweat shops, i- made by pauper labor and is practi cally oi l illcsS. The 1 )IM;e t;.v f would urge its readers to buy their clothing Irom ih" home merchant.. Kx-'-ni Ki! I' ;atk. a member of the New ilaen county jury conimissioti w hich adopted tho "!m foreigner need apple" J .'lie;. . '- -o.ii arting under the cas tration adtuiui-lorcl recently by Attor ney I'Ncill and says to the Derby- Trail script that he does not under-tand why Mr O'Neill should -ingle him out for an especial attack. "There are others on tli - jury commission," said Mr Catos, ti'.itl ho named ex-Mayor Sargent of New llaeii aud County Clerk Ankclcliof the superior court. Sargent is a democrat and Anketell is a mugwump, while he ttiates is the only republican. Cotninu-ine- M r t .at cs said he had too many friends of foreign bin h t o ever think of diserimin aling against them. The Transcript adds that Mr t'N'oill may be actuated to some extent by political motives. Mr tiate is wrong in bc!ic ing that he was singled out. Brother ( I'Ncill made no distinc tion between the members of the com mission, bul Messrs Sargent and Anke tell have maintained silence. Mr Gates' explanation did not explain. CURRENT COMMENT. Benjamin Harrison is down on the boss system as practiced by Malt Quay. Johnnie New is a boss after Mr Harri son's own heart. Swimming may be useful to Tom Uecd on his excursion up Salt river, but that bicycle will only be in tin- way. Perhaps Governor McKiuley lias lost his annual passes and is waiting for a new supply before he does any more t raveling. The New Britain Hoe laments the fact that the only 11111-ic dealer in the cily ha- retired from the field, the commu nity having hut lit tic taste for nics.c, and add-: We have no intention of skip ping over the fact that w e have through out the city an imposing phalanx of piano poumhr-. These are mostly young women, to whom piano lessons or practice are as irksome as exercise over the wash-tub was to their mothers. The-e young women learn to play tho piano a- th. y learn to dance, because it pan of ibe scheme of feminine educa tion and. in the race for matrimony, is otteti an invaluable assistant in awing the opposite sex. for the average man is piofouiidly ieiioraul of the lir-t princi ples of mu-ie." HEARD IN PASSING. Thte forty republicans who sat down to th" i;i;oi-i- of the State League of lle puldican clubs pi l'.i iducpoi i , Friday a It 1 r 1 10011. w ere w iso in t lu-ir conclusion that, ju-l at pic-cnt. the league had bol ter not w ho,. p 'or up for any particular in-1 I the would-be candidates for the prosi'ieiic . In oiin-r words, thov con-cli-ili 1 1 ' ha! it is jiis as w ell not to be 1 00 pr-iou-. lucaiise of tin- possilnlit - of ihc tint': mat convention taking ibe bil iu the teeth, and nominating -oine fellow h" had-i'l the onnccticii: label lasted on his I,.-,, ;,. liaitlord Time-. The 'nl'.ni republic is organied by the di ' ii-"i oi oltic- ; - . it has inaii'e i-hoic- ol a capital city, and has adopted a c. !!-: it in ion . Now it i ready for ri i -gun ion. 1 : till- I 11 i I - I Siat.-s gov 't no, ii:! ac 5 1 : " 1 i : i ;. and belli, lit- t to lcc-gni- tin- n- w rcpulifio a- a m.-iiilci-ot ; I: .- f.ui.Uy "1 a . i Mi-.- N'orwalk Hour. I: wili h-- w. '.come ;n ,1 s to a!l lo-,i-i-s ot 1 ihal the gmeniment. hiving 11-1 . i up 1 !io p..u dor ! ft I rot 11 t he war. h-.s adopted a ip v, brand which lin'j - a go ai n- i-o. !mt do-.-s 1!! i ic dailt ag . '' ing nn-en; exchish cty t'oi- sab.;.-, I i..ppy ih.- la :nl i ! al Lis no p,,w .1. r to ton 1 1 - n 1 l--r i.,. eoinm-iii cauirlcsies ot national lit- ! Meriiieii l!ce:bii:-an. on t In- t -.-.ili, v car l.a.ing Naugatuek a tew miii'c'i - alter six o'clock Friday oa-irn.: ;i it;,i'-i,i i!!, i ' --g-! lean count . ii M-li colic- of the ilaiiy News, four Di Vol i: rsand one enpy each of two ot Iff new - paper-. N ailigat lick New s. A Xwiue Fence. A farmer near Salem, Or., without mnr.ey to buy wire, fenced pasture with twine ami turned his stock in. So far they have le-pei-ted the barrier, aud will probably do so unless this announce ment of the docoption reaches their attention. Evidence of Prosperity. The IVa tkrbvry Democrat, whose proprietors, the Maloney brothers, formerly of this city, are well known hero, has moved into a new homo and has put in a per fecting press. It published a sixteen page edition yesterday in honor of the event and it gives every evidence of pros perity. We congratulate the enterpris ing young owners on their success. New liritain Herald. Chock Ft'i.i. of News. The Watkk nt iiV Democrat appeared in an en larged form last evening. The Demo crat is now mi eight page six column paper and chock full of news. Witistod ( itien. An I'p lltii. Fight Sitceehs. Some of The Day's Connecticut ex changes are putting on a good deal of stylo. The Wate'rhcky Democrat has aided a perfecting press to its equip ments and now conn out as an eight page paper and looks up to date and newsy. The Democrat has fought an up hill tight to get a foothold in the lo cal Held, but it seems to have attained a good share of success. New London Day. A Disposi nox to Ur.sTt.E. The Daily Advocate takes great pleasure in extend ing to the enterprising Watkhiicuv 'Democrat its beany congratulations. The Democrat has just moved into a U v otlice. has a new press, a new dress, and. better than all. the disposition to "hustle" without which no modern newspaper will nniouut so much. S am lord Advocate. THE FOOD OF GENIUS. Balfosaid there was nothing bet-tor than fish and potato salad. Fielding; F.-ild that tarts made with enr rant jelly always reminded him of heaven. Tames Thompson oure said he would v?f.lk half Q-cross England for a pheasant dinner. Swift said, "No bread is so bitter as that of a dependent." Ho spoko from personal experience. Bernudotte, Napoleon's marshal, who afterward beeaiuo king of Sweden, liked goose and onions. P.obert Herrick said ho could llvo on rosebuds and cherries if they were served by the hands of the woman he loved. John the Evangelist, according to tradi tion, was so abstemious that a handful of barloy was all tho food he needed for a day. Mohammed was abstemious. A hand ful of dates and a mouthful of water wero all the food he required for a day of hard riding. Gibbon dolighted in toasted cheese. Lato at iiiglit he would repair to tho pantry, procure a supply, and returning to his room would toatst it before his own Are, Drydon was a most abominable eater. Late in life ho said, "I nm forced to take my stomach by tho throat every tlmo I go near a table." Ho suffered much from In digestion. Byron was immoderately fond of ham and egc-s, but could never partake of this dish without indigestion. Notwithstand ing the consequences ho could not always prevail on himself to decline a dainty that lie so greatly enjoyed. IN HONOR OF WILLIAM I. Germany's Imposing Memorial to the Pres ent KaUer's Grandfather. With imposing ceremonies and bril liant pageant tho foundation stono of the monument to Emperor William I was lately laid by his grandson, Emperor William II. It will bo erected as a na tional tribute to the memory of tho founder of tho German empire, fittingly commemorating his prrat work iu lib erating (iotniatiy from foreign domina tion and unifying tho petty Gorman states into one compact and powerful nation. It will be an immenso structure, artistic and symmetrical in all its de tails, aud will stand in tho Schloss freiheit, or plazti, iu front of tho im perial palace- m ar tho Uuter-den-Liudcn in Berlin. Tho design, which has been approved by the emperor, is the work of Eeinhold Bogus, a Gorman artist of prominence. The monument will stand on a gran ite pedestal about 82 feet high, and its CESTRAL FlGt r.E OF WILLIAM MONUMENT. entire height will bo nearly 70 feet. Tito central and most conspicuous figure will Vo an equestrian statue of the old emperor, attired in field marshal's uni form, mounted on his favorite steed, the horse being led by a figure of Victory, currying a palm. Tho largo platform will bo constructed of mosaic stones, the pillars of sandstono and tho statno and figures, of bronze. Grauito steps will lead from tho street pavement to tho platform. The br.so will be orna mental, with allegorical figures in re lief, and tho coriirs will be adorned by four Figures of Victory holding wreaths in their bauds. The wings of the struc ture arc to have, iu front two imposing portals, with quadriga1 surmounting them, and cn both .sides of these colon nades in which will bo placed statues of tho emperor's coworkers iu the unifi cation of tho Fatherland and tho build ing of tho empire. Needed the Humble Bumblebee. An English writer recalls tho curious fact that, when red clover was first grown in Australia it never seeded be cause tho tongue of tho native bee was too short to reach the pollen. The work of fertilizing red clover is chiefly done by tho long tongued bumblebee. I Napoleon was not at all choice about his eating. When seated at the tabl ha would hefcin nt once on anything that was nearest and In 10 or 15 minutes had made i his dinner. Ho would cat anything and It hungry In almost any quantity. St. I Louis Globe-Democrat. : M I mm 1 1 taJIm ! if Any Man Op Boy Have Got A Dollar, ! It will pay them well to bring it to the C. "NY. D. this week, and get $ :J.OO or $4.00 worth of Clothing for it. m j $ 1.00 will buy the Boy an Overcoat. $4.00 will by the Man an Overcoat. The manufacturers ot under wear call us crazy, and the stores are fooling you by call ing their underwear better. This week we are selling Winter Shirts and Drawers. 1 white, mixed or red goods, two for the price of one. A few odd sizes of Men's Suits left; take your pick for $2.00. We have a few days left to clean up the balance of our stock. It will interest all to come in and see how goods can be given away. Upson, Singleton And Co, The Moving C. W. D. Clothiers, American Building, Bank Street, Or 114 South Mam Street Entrance, 'TTid We Can Do That Our Competitors Copnot. We can sell you the new Fall Derby, in DUNLAP, Y0UMAN, KNOX, and our famous unequalled DERBY, at 1 0, 2.00, 2 50 and 3 00. in Black and Brown, and Guarantee them not to Break, or we will replace them with a new one. Gents' Furnishings, Trunks and Bags. S. M. Kern, 115 and 117 Sorm Main Stkeet. NOW OPEX AT 33 EAST MAIN with a full line of Wall Papers, Mixed Paints, Oil and Varnish Stains. Colors in Oil and Japan. Atlan tic Lead, Linseed Oil, Var nishes. House painting, paper hanging promptly attended to. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. Telephone call '2-S5-2. Isn't Over Yet. Eat we cannot carry our stock over. Therefore note the bargains: All Straw Hats, some were, 3 00, 2 30, 2 00, at 5Uc Cithers as low as 25c aud lOo UNDERWEAR As low as 35c a suit. Just a few sizes left in -SHOES.- WALTER M. CONWAY, ! 132 BANK STREET, Wateebury. REMEMBE kT We don't sell frozen milk and corn starch for '20c a quart, but we make the best and purest Ice Cream; in the city at 40c a quart. Order from us and you will not be disappointed. Kespt. Joslix & Allen, 169 Bank Street. , Tire : Setting Made Easy. fj3f" TIME IS MONEY" To Manufacturers, Carriage Makers, Blacksmiths, everyone. I have purchased at an expense of thou sands of dollars, and have now in opera tion at my repair shops adjoining my stables on meadow street, one of J. B. West's Latest Improved TIRE SETTERS. Everyone who has a carriage , a won a cart, a truck or any kind of lisht or heavy wagon, or any number of them is i invited to come and see the greatest inven i lion of the period. Exhibit ion free, charges 1 for setting lires as low as ;tnwhere. Tires ; set cold while yon wait. Can iinish a full I set of four heavy tires in about u) minutes or on a rush, one tire in five minute ! It. is simply wonderful. OKI methods are 1 very funny in comparison. No tire, no ' muss, no injury to wheel or paint. Tire ! is put on in every way better t Inn by any i other process. One can baldly believe 11 j without seeing it. 1 have the sole richt I for this section, and am ready to set tire;: I for any ami all manufacturer, repair. -rs, i business men, linns or in.'.Tviduah. "'. , waiting, no imperfections iu hot or cold I wcath.-r. Old or new lir.'s set to order, j All wheels handled arc beautified, im ! proved and stienejth'.Micd by the process. I Come and see the machine and read the many clownu: testimonials. RALPH N. BLAKESLEE, r-UBLlO TKl'CKMAc and General Jobber, with 100 teams at your service. P'oiamo.n.sBlaiiD. Prof. Hoi Icy Teaches ever-,- Pupil to wriie a line. r:ii:i.l business timid ill a course . f Sixteen Private Lessons, and NO FMU'llKN. AH It'tnl- of I'en wort, executed in lie- highest active ol' Ule Art. ll'.T Ba.K Stkket. Week - - Was our banner week in the summer season, having done more business than we expeoted. It was surprising to see the number of old customers coming back to deal with us agaio. It was surprising to see the pood feelicy existing between buyer and seller, the satisfaction was shown on the countenance of both. The complinientnry remarks made on our poods and prices justifies us in claiming that we don't have to reduce (?) a $20 suit to St, for we never charge more than $6. We don't have to ruu a sale once in a : while, for wo make sales all the time, and I further more yon don't have to wait till i you have all the nicuey to buy the suit you want, for on our plan you can buy the nut-it clott ing r.u.i pay by the week, at ! prices as eiuKp -is for msli. i Masons, carpenters and paintfrs are now 'at work enlarging cur store, which will lijon be tilled wilti the largest assortment of fall clothins; m.d cloaks in all the latest styles, mid at the low-st possible prices. I Timely aencuncemrut of opening will be ' t;iven iu this paper. ; Credit : Clothing : Co, i G2 BANK STREET. Over Ells' Book Store- I Open fiveniDjjs till 8:30. Wednesday ; and Saturday till 10. HELLMANK'S BEER la For Sale Ia Every First Class Saloon in Conn. Wuzesi burger, Geuuioe Imported. Osi.Y Fine Cents Feb Glass. Fresh Saratoga Water on draught. i JAMES E. WATTS, lot) bouta Juain street. Jones' Portsmouth Ale, Pchaefer's Wiener Beer, Splendid Sweet Cider, bottled for family use and delivered to any part of the city. J. W. Hodson, Telephone. IS Exchange Place. AUSTIN'S STABLE, 59 BKOOK STREET. Headquarters for nice turnouts. First class teams. Carriages all new. Horses bought and sold. Telephone. Always Wear it At breakfast, dinner, supper. At tea or at a lunch : At times when drlnklr c beverage. At moments when you munch; To satisfy your appetite. The labor you wont skirk : Cause it Isn't hard when dressedtup In our lovely LaunUry tihirt. Waterbury Steam Laundry, "tj5 Y'"t'k Guair.ntol. ASHHTGN & GARR1TY, 06 Bank Street- Headquarters for the latest Shower Bath. Anyone can afford to have one. Frioe $2 50. All kinds of ITumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting. 'f ELEr-HOXE 212-0. Waterbury Concrete Co Is rMvr ri Gimrotl lo nit kinds of Concrete W.irlc. Waliis, Driveways. Cement or Concrete iVlUtr Vl.n. A-i'h;iltum Uo tiuR. at very I v iriit's. A! '.vu rrHntPtl first-class All orlr loft nt Hir- --h's s Inn store. 283 Bank triot will l prt:ni'i ly attended to. PATRICK FIERCE, Manager. S-Telophono Call 2i:-li. Old Go and Beaver Meadow COAL. As a proof that we are furnishing our customers with the coal that we advertise, we invite an inspec tion of the bills of lading, which we display in cur office window at 33 street. At the Old Office. City Lumber fi Cosl Co N. YI. Gro sniiian. Telephone, cull 1S3 2. TeW phone call Dp ,1)1. S)i'iivr l.rnnb. Chicken, Veal, Muitnn, Chic -a-ro Dressed Beef and X:i;ie I'eef. The linest iitttiliiv of Vegetables, alwas iV 'N The Old Reliable" market lite 'CPS lavtie.st in the city and the largest stock to select from. ,-s, r-, a k t 9 I Horn, i- j (U SOl'TIL MAIN ST. j Ordtraby telephone promptly attended.