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WA.TERBU11Y EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 189f.
Et is ilnovn By Its Cures It Is not what we say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story of Its merit. Tha thousands of peoplo whom It has raised from disease and despair to happi ness and health, are the strongest and best advertisements Hood's Sarsaparilla has. No other preparation in existenco bassuch a record of wonderful cures. This is why Hood's Sarsaparilla has the largest Bale, and requires for its produc tion the largest laboratory in the world. Now if you need a good medicine, why not try that which has done others so much good. Kemeniber Hood's Sarsapari.Sa Is the Trwo Blood Purifies Prominently in the public eye. ft ; six f or f5 Hood's Pi!!s t harmoniously with -.xTs Srirs.ipr.ri i'a. '2.";e. Wanted The people of Watorbnry and vicinity to know that the best place in town to get Pictures and Picture Frames Is at the old reliable stand, 137 BANK STREET. R. S. CURTIS. :: FOR SALE : One horse, sound all over, six years old. one cheap hors. tour business wagons, one eart. one phaeton, six sets of harness, Must be sold at once. Aiib" to B. SPIKO, Rear 34 Franklin Street, Parsons' Barn. The "GLOBE" Cigar Has beoome so popular and the de mand so great that the old quarters where it was manufactured and sold, 172 South Main street, were outgrown. I have secured more room, better light and air, at e-4 23. Main Street. Up one flight, next door east of T. H. Hayes's. The "Globe" is booming bettet than ever, and will now be uni form and perfect every time. Call and see me. Thomas T? MoOr-atli. Office and Factory, CI East Main St. Family Leaving Waterbury. OiTeratonce n a vyment of $r, h their new :i family dwelling. Isw;li .Vnui siru.t. with barn, all imp i'e:iients ;,i.t i:iii,' ui per cent in rentals. Als-i the ::mi!y horse sound and gentle, s year iol. -e;ht i.ote. :i $s. Top Cotii'iTt! iMiuj-'y liititiess and robes K. 2 seat Hue canopi suney f';0. Call 8 bo Slain mreet. in store. Lake Strobel & Go. 18 K. SEAMLESS WEDDING RINGS, SIXVEBWAKK, CLOCKS AND STATCAKY. Inapeotore of M Y. K. E. K. R. Watches Wedding Flowers. We have always the finest stock in the city and we know how to arrange them. We have also the fint-st stock of l'alms for decorating that can be found in the State. 32 Union and 25 East Main St. Telephone 14C. ! Prof C. A. Bailey j Will Open His SCHOOL FOR DANCING, i AT 70 BANK St All tlio new fancy oati.-es adapted Vv the New York daneiim proo -sors' society, will he introduced. Open dro'v at '.' a. la. Private lessons ;iven any hour. Lolo irronn jind duet dances u si eeiaity. Choice Perfumes OF ALL KINDS Lucien Pratte's Pharmacie Francaise, 'J34 SOUTH MAIN ST. Augustus J. Smith, - ARCHITECT. - FlaDs, Specifications and Superinten dence of all classes of buildings. ROOM 2, Wold's block, C5 BANK ST. A. C. Northrop & Co, 27 to 29 Canal St, Watf-wicky, Manufacturers of Fine Paper Boxes. Dealers in Paper and Twine. The Sum of $50,000 Was paid by the German government for a missal once owned by l'ope Lt o . It is said to be the highest price ever paid for a book. "We huve no books to sell, but when you want tiilt-EdRe frt-sh aud cured meats, poultry, vegetables or any kind of fancy orlataple groceries, WE ARE THE PEOPLE TO SEE. L. P. & A. M. Guilfoile, , BliOOKMTN' PlSTRICT . Joseph A, Jackson, Architect LILLEY'8 block, wateum-uy, and 117 West 125th St, New York. PLANS AND SUPElilNTEXDENOE of all classes of building?. Many' years successful experience enables me to secure for clients the best results with tho least vcjtenditure. C. & SI. T. MALONEY. Publishers. Wati'.imh v is proud of her public schools. They compare favorably with any in the Mule. '1 he teachers are hard workers and. in most cases, do their full duty. On the juher hand the policy of the district is liberal. Thirty hours a day in a wcll-lifjhtod, well-ventilated huildiu;;, at a salary of fnu $.15 to 50 a mouth, with several months' vacation each year, should not he a nerve-dest rov ing or wearisome work. The teachers lives are cast in pleasant places as com pared to tlu .-aleslady or factory ;irl who works from nine to twelve hours a day for from to S a week, standin.il most of the time, catering to cranky cutoiiiers. One day we hear of an extraordinary corn crop : the next, that the prospect in that direction has been materially blasted by the prevalence of drought. A few days ago the cheering word came from the south that the cotton j .,,, ,...,.,: ol,.,'.s. ,, is ., v.,ll(.(, ,,x yield Mould be fully up to the average. U-hangc and we wish it that large an in Then word came from the lamest pro- ' creasing success of whk h it is worthy diiciug sections that the worms have at tacked the crop and are playing havoc with it to such an extent that the mar let price has been advanced fliO per bale. These varying reports iu regard to the condition of leading crops are in some cases true, but many of them are pure inventions of speculators, and should therefore be received with some grains of allowance. Xkit Ymkk negroes are giving the re publicans a Utile pepper and salt" these carlv fall davs. Thev are clamoring for recognition, whatever that may mean, in the present ease it seems to mean a decent share in the spoils of otllce. They : even threaten to fold their lents, like the Arabs, and to steal away into some other political encampment. Servility has long been the mainspring in the negro's polit ical action, and is certainly to be hoped that he will throw off his abject depeu- deuce upon any particular political par- i ty. His account with the republicans was sipiared up long ago. Intelligence, 1 not ignorance, should be the prevailing intlueiiec when he casts about for party ; atliliation. The gratitude" argument is nearly played out. It has yielded to the crv for the loaves and fishes. CURRENT COMMENT. Charles K. Turner, doesn't want to be the republican candidate for mayor and -ays so. Colonel Ioherty refuses to de pilen ioued on the subject, which is in terpreted by some to mean that barkis isvtiU'm'." lint then, Tom Harlow and I'; -1 r ss haven't been heard from and unless i hey say All up for the colonel," bis eh.: bath nee: an not worth much. r Covle. of Si .lohu's. New Ha ven, in hi- Sunday sermon condemned the tract' of exposing the remains at funerals iu the church, and prohibited the practice in his church for the future, lb- s.iid that it was done to satisfy a morbid curiosity and was an outrage on the feelings of the family of the de ceased. e aNo claimed that the prac tice was objectionable from a sanifarv point ol iew. HEARD IN PASSING. j An Illinois ciri to crawl from bed I over her mother's sleeping form in order : to elope ith linr fellow. The fact that 1 she accomplished il stioei -sfully is a gU'irautee thai -he ill prove a jewel of a wile il he can only induce her to he etpially as careful abfuli awakening him when it istime the tire wa started on a winter morning. Oanbury News, j l'al I;meh reports that the wild man ! again i-ited his place on .Saturday, ami j tore tip about a rod square of onions. , shut up pal. you will scare the summer I hoarders in Colebrook hack to Xcw i "I'ork. Winsted Ciiien. The inventors of car fetitlers have more faith than most men. They keep j turning out new devices, until now there are a thousand species, and still the trol- ley roads maintain that thev cannot find teud'T that is worth adoption. llart- t d Times. POLITICAL PLEASANTRIES. Pity the presidential candidate. P'or tho next year or so he has iot to think seven I limes fur every time he sponks. Boston I I'lobe? j The extension of the civil service rules ! I'i the ptivi-rtunent printing office looks as if the pod cause was K'ing to the devil. Host on lit rftld. A convention of presidential candidates just . about this time would make a ffiith- vTr;t t! :it would test. tie capacity of a I preity hall. Chic.-igo Mail. I The newost political movement is atrol- t ley parly in the interest of the candidates. It will be a decided and not altogether un welcome innovation if the old fashioned toi'cliliht processions shall he replaced in the next campaign ly trolley parades. Philadelphia Bulletin. ELECTRIC SPARKS. Signor Demot rio A Into, a telegraph operator in Milan, claims to have invented a method of transferring musical notation by wire. Professor Hiram Forges of the Stevons Institute of Technology says that In 60 years from now two-thirds of the work now done by men and women will bo tak en off their hands by electricity. The transmission of freight ears by elec tricity in tho larger cities hus proved a success on tho Pacific coast. It costs more to move freight in the large cities than passengers, when the opposite should be tho case. AS OTHERS SEE IT. Tun Bkst Moxky Can TUy. On Monday lust the Democrat came out sixteen pages strong, and will be con tinued as an eight-page paper. The is sue was as full of "ads" as it could lie and do full justice to its readers, aud we venture to say that if the paper con tinues to improve in the future as it has in the past, it will make its contempor aries hustle to keep in the swim. Their new press is a beauty, and would make the uninitiated stare to see the speed with which it turns out S page papers, all ready folded. Four papers a second is m.irvelously (juick work, but that is what their "New Model' press does. The Democrat is also the first paper iu Waterbury to use stereotype plates in stead of type, and the process is worth see ing. The Maloney Brothers are entitled to much credit for the success of the Dkmocuat. which is now assured. They have worked with untiring zeal and en deavored to give their patjjous the best that money could buy ; and we congrat ulate them on their achievement. This article would be incomplete without giv ing due credit to the hustling business manager of the Dkmociiat, K. K. V. Mi .Malion, as well as to those indefatig able news-gatherers, Kdward Maloney and Martin Scully, for their share in the prosperity of the enterprise. Kxaininer. A Yau'i:i Kxch an;i:. 'I'm-: Watkk- ! I'.Vl'V I IKMi bi '!.' T ll'is moved ititi, ti.,,.' i The .New Britain Herald. THE TATTLER. rs. Oreenhalge. wife of tho governor ef Massachusetts, is an authority on Puri tu Renealoy. Mrs. William Rockefeller will build a new parsonage for t he First Baptist church at Turrytown, X. Y. Mrs. Cornelia Phillips Spencer of Cam bridge, Mass., has been made an LL. U. by tho X'niversity of North Carolina. Jim Fisk's widow is livin.or in very humble circumstances In Huston, but Is not In dire want, as reports have stated. Tho smallest woman of Europe is be lieved to be Mile. Puullne of Holland, who is only 21 inches high and weighs but 1034 , pounds. j Rev. Anna Howard Shaw, tho eloquent, woman minister of the National American woman's Suffrage association, is nu advo cate of physical culture. Miss Anna Lenry is the oldest, of the socially prominent, spinsters in New York society. Half Tf her euornious income goes in well considered aud deserving onurules. Cynthia E. Tinll, a schoolteacher in Ak- j ron, O., saw two of her female pupils ' struggling in the Cuyahoga river and ! likely to l)e drowned. tho plunged in ! and rescued them. J Mrs. Harlan Is said to bo almost as largo physically as her husband, the supremo i court justice, who is C feet 3 inches toll, j and when together in public they uaturul ly attract a great deal of attention. "flail Hamilton" writes a big, round, j bold hand that a compositor could read a '. yard away, and she always writes what sho means. Her copy must be printed as it is written, or there is a disturbance in tho ' office. Miss Maria M. Love of the Buffalo W. C. T. t". told the local conference of char- 1 ities aud corrections recently that If girls would jenrn to cook, sew unu Keep House tidily there would be much less drinking by men. The Duchess of Marlborough displays pootl American taste in electing to drop the higher sounding title of duchess, to which, though married, she is still en titled, and be known iu future as Lady William Heresford. Mrs. William L. Wilson is said to toko very little interest in her husband's public career. She is a constant invalid and is seldom s'een in Washington society. Her desire is to have her luixband uccept a col lege professorship. Miss Mamie Dickens, tho eldest daugh ter of the great novelist, makes her home at quaint old Dunton rectory, in the town of Brentwood, in Essex, England. The love of llowers, which with her amounts to a passion, is fully gratified in this beauti ful country. Her real life work consists in ministering to tho poor and sick and needy. On her way back from Cap Martin to Faruborough the ex-F.mpress Eugenie staid for a time in Purls and drove through th Tuileries gardens. No one recognized tho pale faced lady drossed in mourning as she drove by tho site of what was once the royal abode where she entertained nearly ovary sovereign iu Europe. POINTS OF LAW. Pnrt payment of the principal on a note past due, or of interest due, is no consid erat ion for nn agreement for an extension of time on tUo note. One approaching a railroad crossing hus no rinht. to rely for protection solely ou tho custom of the company to have a ilagmau at tho crossing. He must- also look and listen. After a note has heeonio harrcd by the statuio of limitations tho liability of a surety cannot tie revived by payments made by the maker without tho knowlcdgo or consent of such surety. An assessment on tho capital stock of I un insolvent corporation, inado by a ro : ceiver, by order of court, is binding only on those persons who would bo lhtblc as stockholders upon an assessment levied by ! the directors. In an action on a flro Insurance policy It isossential to the right of recovery that I proof of loss be furnished according to tho i conditions of the policy unless such con ditions have beeu waived by the company. Latest Decisions of Highest Courts. FLOWER Atfo TREE. The largest ouk in Georgia (on Jonathan Farmer's place in Oglethorpe county) is 27 feet in diameter. The sacred Bo troo of Ceylon is said to have sprung from a slip of the tree under which Buddha was born. Iu 10:15, during the great "tulip crnzo" in Holland, a single bulb of the Semper Augustus sold for a sum equal to $2,200. Tho eucalyptus tree attains a height of 50 feet in three years after the seed is plant ed. It is grown extensively in California. The great Hamburg grapevine, which was planted in the year 1771 and is now tiO inches in circumference, Is the largMt In tho world. A common mullein plant keeps nil win ter outside on the window sill, if put in a box with earth. Its thiok, foltllke leaves, of exquisite coloring, aro interesting speci mens of peculiar plant growth. If Any Man Or Boy Have Got A Dollar, It will uav t.hpin wpll to f n nr r 4,.J brim it iu nit; j. . u. iuiB - I week, and get $3.00 or $ 4.00 worth of Clothinsr for it. $1.00 will buy tho Boy an Overcoat $4.00 will buy tho Man an Overcoat The manufacturers ot under wear eall us crazy, and the stores are foolinsr you bv call- j , mS tnCir imctenveai better. This Winter Aveek we are sellhi"- Shirts and Drawers white, mixed or red goods, two!132 BANK STREET, ' for the price of Olie i , A few odd sizes of Men's Suits left; take $-2.00. your pick for We clean stock. have a up the few days left to balance of our It will interest all to come in and sec how goods can 'be given away. The Upson, Singleton And Co, The Moving 0. W. D. Clothiers, American Building, Bank Street, Or 114 South Main Street Entrance, What We Gan Do That Our Competitors Connot. We can sell you the new Fall Derby, in DTJNLAP, YOTJMAN, KNOX, and our famous unequalled DERBY, at 1 60, 2.00, 2 50 and :l 00, in lllack and Brown, and Guarantee them not to Break, or we will replace them with a new one. Gents' Furnishings, Trunks and Baas, S. M. Kern, 115 and 117 South Mais Stheet. Call On 'S When you want any Painting, Paper Hanging or Decorating done. We guarantee to please you in quality of work and in , Pnces- v e are headquarters for painters' supplies, and our prices are as low as the lowest. Our leader this week is Homestead Mixed Paint, !?1.2o per gallon. A. H. Dews. 33 EAST MAIN ST. Telephone call X?-S.)-'J. STTIiyLjVniUIR. Isn't Over Yet. But we cannot carry our sleek over. Therefore note the bargains: All Straw Hats, some were. 3 00, 2 51 1, 00, at 50c Others as iow as 2.jo and 10c VXDEUWEAK . As low as 35c a suit. Just a few sizes left in SHOES WALTER M. CONWAY, Waterbiry. REMEMBER AVe don't sell frozen milk and corn starch for 'JOc a quart, but we make the best and purest Ice Cream city at 40c a mi art. m the Order from us and you will not be disappointed. llespt. Joslin & Allen, 169 Bank Street. Tire -:- Setting Made Easy. TIME IS MONEY"! To Manufacturers, Carnage 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 Impkoved TIRE SETTERS. Everyone who has a carriage , a wagon a cart, a truck of any kind of Heht or heavy wagon, or any number of thcni is invited to come and see the greatest inven tion of the period. Kxhihilion free, charges for setting tires as low as anywhere. Tires set colli w hile yon wait. Can finish a full set of four heavy tires in about 20 minutes or on a rush, one tire in live minutes It is simply wonderful. Old methods are very funny in comparison. Xo fire, no muss, no injury to wheel or paint. The is put on in every way heller than by any other process. One can hardly believe it without seeiu it. 1 have the sole riht fortius section, and am ready to set tiivs for anj' and all manufacturers, repairers, business men, firms or individuals. Xo waiting, no imperfections in hot or cold weather. Old or new tires set to order. All wheels handled are beaut itied, im proved and strengthened by the process. Come and see the machine and read the many glowing testimonials. RALPH N. BLAKESLEE, PUBLIC TUUCKMAN and General Jobber with 100 loams at your service. Fonm.a.nsli.irp. Prof. HolSsy Toaohps evory Pupil to wriu a t!n rapid business band in a -oursc of Sixteen Private Lessons, mid NO FAITU'RKS. All kinds of Pen work executed iu tho hilicKt degree ol the Art. 107 BlKK Stbksi. JL Week - Mas our banner week in the summer season, having done more business than wo expected. It was surprising to see t'ie number of old customers couiiag baok to deal with us again. It was surprising to see the good feeling existing between buyer and seller, tbe satisfaction was shown on the countenance of both. The complimentary remarks made on our goods and prices justifies us in clniming t bat we don't have to reduce (?) a $20 suit to $0, for we never charge more than $6. Wo don't have to run a sale once in a while, for we make sales all the time, and further more you don't hiive to wait till you have all the money to buy tho suit you want, for ou our plnn you can buy the finest clothing aud pay by the week, at prices as cheup as for cash. Masons, carpenters and painters are now at work enlarging our store, which wdl soon be filltd with the largest assortment of fall clothing aud cloaks in all the latest styles, and at the lowest possible prices. Timely announcement of opening will be given in this paper. edit : Cloiliissg : Co, 62 BANK STREET Over Ells' Book St ore open evenine3 till K-30. Wednmulav I and Saturday tiil 10. HELLHANN'S BEER Is For Sale In Every First Class Saloon in Conn. tiecuine Imported. Oni.v Fivk C'i-nts Feb Glass Fresh Saratoga Water on draught. JAMES E. WATTS, 150 South Main Street. Jones' Portsmouth. Ale, Schaefer's Wiener User, Splendid Sweet Cider, bottled for family use and delivered i to any part of the city. J. W. Hodson, Telephone. l(j Exchange l'laoe. AUSTIN'S STABLE, 59 BROOK STHEET. Headquarters for nice turnouts. First class teams. Carriages ail new. Horses bought and sold. Telephone. Always Wear it At breakfaiit. dinner, eurper. At tu or at a lunch : At t'tnoM wht-n drlnklnir heveraflra. ! At mom.-nts when you munch : ; To satisfy yourappettte. ; The hih. t yon r.-oiit skirl; : Cause il isn't hard wh.'ti dressed'up In our lovely Laundry fhlrt. Waterbury Stesia Laundry, V 'ik t'iu:.r;iiite,',l. J Canal WivA ASKHTON 206 & GARRITY, Bank Street- Headquarters for tho latest Shower Bath, Anyone can afford to have ono. Price $2.50. All kinds of Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting. Telephone 212-d. Watsrburv Concrete Co Is nov i'iep:ir-ml tith nil kbuls "f Concrete Work. V:i!i;s, rivt'vays. CVmont or Concreto (.VI hi r Floors. Aphaltum liot fiiij;. at very l tv prices. A I work warranto llr-t-chiss All order-l.'it at Hirelfs hoe storo, JhJ liullk st root will lo promptly attemtotl to. PATRICK PIERCE, Manager. tS-Telephono Call 212-12. 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 our office window at 93 BANK STREET. At the Old Office. City LuiabsF & Coal Co N. W. Greenman. Telephone call Teh'phone call- -183-2. People's - Market. Spring Lamb. Chicken, Veal, Mutton. Chicago Dressed Beef and Native leef. The finest quality of Vegetables, alwaAS fresh." Tlu -'Old KeliaUe" market is the largest iu the city and keeps tht' largest stock to select from. S. BollL r nor n, (51 SOUTH MAIN ST. Orders by telephone promptly attended.