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AVATElir.itllt ETENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1895.
jlllll I'm a New Woman Bines tkln Hood's farsaparllla. I wm t death's door, bloated and crippled with rheumatism, and friends thought I could not live. Hood's Sarsnparllla did me a est amonnt of good and made me feel tnnch younger. I always keep Hood's SarsapanHa In my house and gladly recommend it, for the benefit I have received." MK3. A. Ltsch, PettlngiU's Corner, Maino. 11 .j r-; 1 1 the fter dinner pi'l and riOOQ S II IIJ taml It cathartic 2-XQ. Wanted The people of Waterbnry and vicinity to know thnt 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 horse, four I'li-ines xvaions. or- eart. one phteton. six '!suf harness. Must be sold at onw, Apply to B. BPIBO, Kear 31 Franklin Street, Parsons' Barn. The GLOBE" Cigar Has become so popular and the de mand so great that ike old quart, rs where it was manufactured and soM, 172 South Mnin street, wore outgrown. I have secured more ruoin, better light and air, at 54 IE. iMIeLiri Street. Up one Bight, net door et of T. II. Hayes's. The "Givl-'' is looning bettet than ever, an:l will now be uni form and perfect every time. Cull and see me. Thomas TP. IMIoOratii. Office and Factory. Si East Main St. Family Leaving Waterbury. Offer at -noo m a payment of J'1", ih.e; pews famnx- -hveUi! r. 'v I'll i.c:i sti-e-t. with hum. ;ill iini- . . inri::- m--: tai:- n per cent in rentals A!-. - the t.etiiy h-ise pound and p-idlo. s viirs o'd. xi-lo i Oie. a" S(V Top Connord l ufcv II:h'm ss ai-l robes lr. s-ut :ln- imh. im' Mira y i" Cull t do Main ttn-l. Ui ..:. Lake Strcoel Co. 18 K. SEAMLESS VPDINO KINGS, SILVERWARE. CLOCKS AND STATUARY. Inapaotcr of N. Y. N. E. R. R. Watohes. Wedding Flowers. We have alwaja the l':r.e-t ftcck in the City and we know how to rr!t;! tln'm. We have also the En-st ftcefc cf l'alcn for decorating that onn be found in the State. 32 Union and '2 East liiia St. Telephone 146. Prcf C. A. Bailey Has Opened Ills ' SCHOOL FOR DARING, A V TO I'.AXK ht All the new !-,tm-v ,si .... 1 New Y. 'tk "tai;. n t : ' . .. . , ': introihi-ed. I't. n d:. ..' ' . la " ,; IrRsoiis fix. n ,.i.x l...r. N.'i.-. , i , duet dunces- a sp-. iait. Choice Perfumes OF ALL KINDS Lucien Pratto's Pharmacie Francaise, !i34 SOUTH MAIN SI". Augustus J. Smith, - ARCHITECT. - Plana, Specifications and Sn;vrinli denee of all classes of buildings. BOOM 2, Hold's block. 05 BANK ST. A. C. Northrop 27 to 29 C.x ai, S i , W a . Manufacturers of 1 Boxes. Dealers in 1 Twine. p Co, ne l'aper aer ttntl 10,000 hoses : An authority says it rtinnres 10, dot) Rosea to make one oucci of Attar of K se. The druggist next door can tell you more about it. That is his bn- iu s Oar bus:, ness is to give you, at tho loxvrst possible price, all thai is n .pain J f-:r the family ia the way of first-eiuss Fr-sh and Cured Meats, Poultry, YeKUbi(S, Groceri.s and Provisions, Flour, Un.in nml '-. . d Nj jockeying, " no subterfuge by our yacht. L. P. & A. H. Guilfoile, -Bnooni.vx District Joseph A. Jackson, Architect LILLEY S BLOCK. WATEKIU'KY, and 117 Wtbt l'iolu St, New Vork. PLANS AND ISU I'l'.UlN TENDEN. E of all classes of buihliug-i. Many' years successful experience enables mo to seenre fcr clients the best results with the least expenditure. O. A 51. T. MALONEY. PutjuSHEKs. Tin: lM MoriiAT desires to- print f tin- legitimate news of the different ward dubs, I., lieving that an opeu discussion, free from personalities, will help -to create interest in the primaries. We shall endeavor to l' impartial in news iVor:s ami reiue.-t secretaries fit th ditl'ereiit clubs to send in brief reports oi their meetings. All we ask is that the reports be signed by someone iti 'author ity, as a guarantee of good faith. It has always been the policy of the L)K.lo- i'kat. ami is in -.v. to urge the nitlerent tactions to s-.-t; le their difference It til- I primary election ami alter thai all fall in for a united attack on the common enemy. Thai is the true test of dem ocracy. Till: circumstances attending the death .1 the titst challenge:- for the Americas cup make a rather pitiful tale, in view o! the fame that Mr Ashbuty achieved on two continents only a .piailcrof a century :t-o. lie came into a fortune of two millions in his early youth, and he de vuli il his leisure as well as a large por tion of his fortune to yachting, limiily challenging for the America's cup. The London newspapers had a brief and obscure paragraph to the effect that an old man named .lames A-hlmry had been found. lead in his room, and that an impiest had developed the fact that h d developed an overdose died from an overdose of clilorodvm That wa L'lr.i'ii. all. His glory was soon tor- j Si.i i;i r I V i AKi.isi.r may be worried j over the apparent raid on the gold in the I treasury, w hicli has been made a great seu I sation of by those newspapers which are perf-ctly illing to risk bringing on an other tiuaucial panic in order to injure the ::d:uiuist rat ion and the democratic party, but .1 so he gives not the slightest , indication d it to tho-e ho are constant ly in coin. u t w itli him. That the with ilrawal from the t ron.-ury ot 7.20(,tido . it! go'.d tor shipment abroad lat week i;:hi't'o except ion tl:. larw-t anioitiit i cd' u'o'd ever taken out in a single we.-U ! was a dUagreea'ile surprise i.-true; also, t'oa' it is lit!i.'t!t !o satisfactorily c p'ahl why it was r.oue. Secretary Carlisle d. dines to discuss tin- matter for puldi ca; ion. si in ply because there is nothing to lie srdl at this time. It wili be time enough for him tosay something when it .-hall be seen whether the enormous di tnainis for gold of last week are to ln l.ept up. or whether it was merely the result of a temp irnrv and spasmodic cot 1 1 p'i tit ion ol our httMni s- t -';.' ion -vttil I'iul'Ope. I' can hi st -tt -tl . bow ever, that the rfim-irs of a eoiit1 mplt'led bond is-ued are entii -H w 'tiiout f-niudat'Kui. CURRENT COMMENT. Secretly l!er!'ert itps-t long line ol pret i-d-te s xx l.-ti he . rdereil that work uiio;, all nax al vi -rl-. xvhetln-r heiii:: built h I he gox eminent or eoni racti .1 s. sU'.uid I'- expedited as much as po-siM . km he i- right. The urow th of proti ctiett cent'unent in I'.tmiaud. X'. iiich certain editors ret.-r to perio iically. i- ju-t a''oi:t as rapid as the -I'owtli ol monaichictil sentiment in America. It is nonsense to -ay that the c::"i paiv::i in Kentucky ai d Mavvlanii tki car xxill have no healing upon the pte-ideni ial tiht. If .ull.'i'.g ih-mocrat- t.ll-.xx- ll.-.' -files f. y;., i ar. it w ill l e out of fl'-'X cut their !I:iUt ih ri pii'dican iheir pon. s.nne way tbi- U"t .1'. d'tiioc tv.ts 1 1 iitii t . 'rut XXotild lion-. ': i.eut for if the dis, a-- there the re idiotic HEARD IN PASSING. 1 Senator Mill's letter in opposition t- tl:. I1', tol lunacy was a "sockdolager.'" It ", ii! le x- immense etlect in tin- soiith x e-l . I htll leadlM:;' I'i to 1 ortfall, the s; I. mi l.'eiiu'iiie. can not timl a xx. .",! .. s.i aoout it editorially. Hartford I ly reprcsei th. hett. of a one f. aet:i at ir; pes e eli I 1 c'. inning a up un .p. d x the lanuuag- u-.-l al x ol'k c::ucu-es . i m of tlelegalt it; to 1 i ' lo'icu u state x'onvet ioii.Is i-.itli -s oncer. We xeo'lii 1 1 1 l exx -jicctaieus I t'oui an accurate ' th- fleeting: 'Tamn your tVthat ta'de '." "'. 'ome .nit ol j I list i i.ful-." (let doxx n 1 here, i oi ; o lu ll, you political "Thief, liar, murderer." l'i-i p. die- cunt- in and resoovd or- m till alter a lu-hly re-;p-c:- ! a. ineuiTier o i (lie I ' uio:f il lid. .'If. I i -a it ';,- ..u and prouitueul la tlte relorm i. ,ox em-.'ti; . had ll.mrishcd a pistol. -I' ' :. I-i i .n ", Farmer. iiieieis cholera on a United States s'o auiei a: ilonoluluand ihat is not a preitx fact. W hile the dreaded liisetis " i- lined noxv to the natives mostly, it is no rrs ecter of persons and travels in the cnl'in as well as the steerage when il go: s aboard a csstd. V,'e must guard our port-. Bridgeport Standard. The vacation season is over, yet the hot lime of the year is coming. Tie latter part of September and :1m month of i Iclohcr are the tiu.-st of the xoar. Nature is clothed in her royal robes. The ones of the fall ar the handsomest in l.er wardrobe. The perfume of the dxiiur xoar is most exhilarating, and the .-, j i- is puiei-and more healthy ihatt at liny ot her time. In the country, at the seashore, in the cities, it is tile same. The xxise people xvlio slay at" home during the hot part of the year, avoid ing the beat and dust of travel, take their vacations now. Ansouia txeutiuel. Fish Story Touched tor by O,000. "The most remarkable thinsr I ever jaw done by a ilt-h," said Will Mussey, "did not bappou on any faraway lake, but risht hero In Chicago. It was dur ing tho railroad exposition, held many Tl,ars ago in the gld Interstate Exposi- tion building, on the lake front. Many cf the railway companies had fine ex hibits of fish, taken from lakes and ptreams cn the lines of their respective roads. A Wisconsin road had a splendid exhibit of black bass and graylings, and the largo tank containing thorn was al ways surrounded by crowds of fisher-! mrn. "I was standing there one afternoon watching a huge bass and wishing I had him at the end of a good lino in somo good water when I noticed a grayling i ,,-l-o.l, ernrtiui Hinr;rfl tr, Vw rr.j x. H.l """""" ...1...... v circled arouiui tne Dig Dass a coupje oi times and then nipped him. He was probably just in itm, but I could see that the bass did not like it. The big fellow had been uslecp, mid perhaps he awoke with a bad taste in his mouth. Ho made no move toward the grayling, which became, emboldened at this, and after hovering around the black fellow for a moment made another dive at him. Like u flash the bass turned to one side and with a snap grabbed the gray ling by the back liu. "Hirf eyes shone with rage. He was the personification of anger and ferocity. There wa a swirl of water, and when it was over the grayling was quivering in his death agonies. Tho bass drew back a few feet and opened his jaws. Never uutil then did I realize the possi- bilities cf tho jaws of a black bass. Ho seemed all mouth, and ho made a run ning jump at. tho grayling and caught him head first. Kow the grayling, while not so heavy ns tho bass, was fully as long. I did not think that the bass was going to attempt to swallow the gray ling. "It would be like ray trying to swal low Jake isehaefpr. Dut that is what ho did, and, what, is more, he succeeded. Ho worked him down t-lowly, lying quietly in one corner of the tank, while thousands vainly tried to got near. He started this banquet ut 2 o'clock in tho afternoon. At 10 o'clock at night the grayling was half way down. Thero was but little change the next morning, and it was four days before that bass could close his jaws over the tail of that grayling. There are 20,000 people in Chicago who can vouch for every word of this. " Chicago Tinies-Hcrald. SIMPLE SALVE. Two ripples eaten uncooked t each meal have been found to cure dyspepsia. Cocoa tnnilo for the sick should not than mOVC them, contain any milk, but should be made I wii h hot xvati r. A dr- ; el -tor oil in the eye to remove a fori i-1 I'ody is as clheae'e .us and often more !iian.ifrciMe :hau the frequently rco omuciided llaxseed. Milk and egr gruel Is excellent fern cold ' or In th- rr-ip. l!e:tr an ipt until light ; and floating, add n cup of hot milk, and j leaspoonfu! of sugar. ! The itching from hives may be relieved I. aj 'Ivim. a mixture cciisist mg of cue j'.-vl id' xxa -r -1 ammonia, one part of iriT-.oi cnuiplu r ami t xvo parts of alcohol. SIG THINGS. Tki costliest mansion in G rent Britain rrs to J.-.rd or Mirrtuls Jtute. He 1ms b. 1- expended over ?s, ooti.Ooo upon it. The lar,T-t e-tate In llu!a is the "ercwii lands." 1; belongs exelushely to ti e czars and isan estate of over 100,000,- x. ilO acres. The kii-gcst state buihling in the United States is the capitol oi Texas. It. is also sexentl: in i.e nmoiig the (rreat buildings ...' Il,e xxort,' It cost ?t.'i00. 000. The la-i-es. ,., ri iite which hm. fallen sice- the daxxno! history tuinnletl Into tlia tro:ep. soil of 'irc.-n! oul in ! sto. It U now in the museum at t'oprnhagen. It weighs 4'.', 000 pounds. BEES. j Smoke Is the controlling agent and tho onlv thimt xe know of that will subdue bees. When taking comb honey, drive tho bees from it at once and get the honey away front ihem as soon as possible. To shake bees off a heavy comb, bold ; t he frame wit h both hands. If the coinh : is liht, hold it with the left hand ami ; with the right- list on the left. ! Hives should noxer be set flat on the ground, but should be raised about two Inches at least. The air should circulate , between the hive and the ground. ! To attain the Ricntest quantity of hon- ev, sxvarmintx or incivnso must be eon trolled. AVinle the host results cannot bo j obtained by k.H'piiiLT down all increase, irencrHlly by alloxvinar them to sxvarm once more honcv can lie obtained from . the two parts than if kept together. j All hives should have n cleaning up of propolis at least once a year. Frames may ho cleaned also to facilitate handling. This is readily done by start lug with one empty hive, cleaned v.p to receive the first set ol frames, leax iu in empty ouo to clean up and make ready for the noxt-. Eft. Louis Republic. ! CURIOUS CULLINGS. In Palestine liftht blue are supposed to be "evil eyes." " Such eyes can wither a i Held or kill a horse." A Chimi.se custom is the throwing into the ocean ot thousands of pieces of paper; when friends are about to sail. Each piece ! boars written on it a prayer. : Hare is a dish never seen on a .Spanish ! table, b-eauso in tipain thero Is a supersti- I tion that lares ill the night go into church yards and di;; tt'i tho graves and eat tho dejid bodies. The Arabs and Mohammedans in gen eral believe that frrny hair is due to satanio influences, and on that account always dye both hair and beard ns soon as whlto- j ne-s begins to shoxv. j Shanghai papers report a ghastly incl- dent al a lvccnt. execution. Just at tho I moment of tho execution the victim's bands nervously grasped the garment of the executioner and held on after deoagil tat ion. Before the grip could be loosened tho executioner died of fright. Warmer; fair; southerly winda We Never Do much loud boasting. The people know we been almost giving have goods away for thj past two weeks. Notwithstanding those sultry days we sold Winter Overcoats and Ulsters. lhy Not! When a boy can get a warm Wool Overcoat for $1.00. A large boy a good service able Overcoat for $3.00. A man can get fitted to an UverCOat I0r ty Ol' V, mat in or out of season he w ould be obliged to pay from $8 to $H for. hy Not! Take advantage now of the golden opportunity. Those are the promised bargains in odd sizes we carried over. The re sult : A oreat sacrifice rather AYill surprise the public (not with brass bands or boisterous talk, we use our own name ttlso our own reputation) and comlnne quantity, quality, style and the lowest prices ever mentioned on NEW CLOTH ING that is tailor made. Every garment finished on our own premises. Come and see us before we move; be sure and come afterwards. The Upson, Singleton And Go, The Moving 0. W. D. Clothiers, American Buildino, Bank Street, Or 114 South Main Street Entrance Our Opening What VJe Can Do That Our Competitors Connot. i We can sell you the new Fall Derby, in DTJNLAP, YOUMAN, KNOX, and our famous unequalled DERBY, at 1 60, 2.00, 2 50 and 3 00, in Black and Brown, and Guarantee them cot to Break, or we will replace them with a new one. Gents' Furnishings, Trunks and Bags. S. M. Kern, 11S and 117 Socxh Main Stbeet. Call On v. When you want any Painting, Paper Hanging or Decorating done. We guarantee to please you in quality of work and in: ""'J UK,OJ umuu" uum, prices. We are headquarters',.- r . , ,. , Old Fashioned Root Beer on Draurht. for pamters supphes, and oun Rochester Brewitff Co s La-fer prices are as low as the lowest. on kkaccht. ALL TWO STAMP WHISKIES. Our leader this week is! JAMES E. WATTS, Homestead Mixed Paint, lj-3 j 150 th MaiQ Btreet' per gallon. j A. Ii. 33 EAST MAIN ST. Telephone call "..'-S.)-. Isn't Over Yet. Bnt we cannot carry our st.-ek over. Therefore note the tarpiins: All S'raw Huts, some wrre. ft 00, 2 f.i, 2 00, ut Cida Others as lew ut- a':d l ie. I -UKDEKWEAR- As low as 35c a suit .Test a few rizes left in it , Slit' i WALTER M. CONWAY, ' ! 132 BANK STREET, Wmkkbcsv. : k, -j m id Tliii" We (i in't sell fViizen milk ! nd cojrn starch for '.Me a iuart. l,,,f v.-.. 1 o tl,., L .. .,,,1 but we make the best and : purest C E G R E A M ; in the city al -10c a quart. . ' Order from us and you will not , be disappointed. Jitvspt. ! JOSLIN & AlLKX, ; 169 Bank Street. ! Tire : Setting Made Easy. TIM'. IS MONEY" To Manufacturers, Caniarre Makers, Blacksmiths, everyone. I have purchased at an expense of thou- sands of dollars, and have noxv in opera- tion at my repair shops adjoining my stables on meadow street, one ot J. 13. West's Latf.st Improved TIRE SETTERS. Everyone who has a carriage , a wagon a cart, a truck or anv kind of liaht or heavy wagon, or any number of them is invited to come and see the greatest inven tion of the period. Exhibition free, charges for sett inn tires as low as anywhere. Tires set cold while you 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. No lite, no '. muss, no injury to wheel or paint. Tire is put on in every way better than by any other process. One can hardly believe it without seeins il. I have the sole liirlit for this section, and am ready to set tires for any and all manufacturers, repairers, business men. firms or individuals. Xo waiting, no imperfections in hot or cold .XI I .. . ... i. i xxeuuier. x-nu ur new uiea set ui oi.iei . All wheels handled are beauiitied. im- proved and strengthened b the process. xouit. mm free nit iiihi iiiuu nun ii'iiu inc. many glowing testimonials. RALPH N. BLAKESLEE, rUULIO TRUCKMAIt and General Jobber, with 100 teams at: your service. Fon.m.a.n.slT.iio. Prof. Hoi ley Toaehps every Pupil to xvtiie a line, rapid business hand in a course ot Sixteen Frivate lessons, and M K.VU-l'ltKS. All kinds f Pen xxork executed in tho highest deareo of tho Art. I 1G7 B.'NK 8Tr."Er. SOME TV It EN OJ1E J. VI EN Feel warm whe n it is cold, and others feel cold when it. is warm. The proper garment for such people to wear is a light overcoat, which we carry in different bb.ules and differe at pricos. A light over coat is the most u. leful and most durable garment in men's c lothing. You get more wear out of ii than out of a heavier one, and if jou have a w inter overcoat the light overcoat is the moa ns of making the heavy ccat last much longer. The terms we sell them on make it within the means of every one to get one. It is not necessary i tor you to wait until heavy overcoats are ! worn and exnoainrr -ronrnplf . in nnMa oni1 all kinds of changes in the weather, in the meantime, when with a little effort yon can dress yourself and children in warm and comfortable clothing and not miss the paying of it. Are thero any people buy ing that way ? YES ! Clerks in stores, mechanics and foremen in shops. In fact, people or all classes see the convenience thero is. Business strictly confidential. Payments are made at our office and polite attention given to . one and all. iog : Co, -G2 BANK STREET. Over Ells' Book Store- Open evenings till 8:30. Wednesday and Saturday till 10. HELLM ANN'S BEER Is For Sale In Ctani Cit-ot Place Qj!nrt"M in Print : Jones' Portsmouth Ale, Schuefer's Wiener Boer. Splendid Sweet j Cider, bottled for fcemily use and delivered i to any pRrt of the city. i J. W. iiodson, I Telephono. 18 Exchange Flaoe. JAUSTIN'S STABLE, 59 BROOK STREET. ; Hp' Iqiirtrrs for nice turnouts. ! First i' ss te-sms. ! Carria;! i i!l new. I llorsfs bought and sold. TBLSPnoME. Always Wear it 1 A I rse. ''a-', dinner. ?urrer. . '.r ..r at K ii.Tich- At the.-s nbeti drinking beverage. , A i a., m. wiien y..u mauch : 'V i i.-f- r-s-ur e ;-t tile. 'u'bM-Mrup In our pixels' Lsunory shirt. W'tePfy Hem I?t!Ht1ry, "sVrx-u ' v'XtZ A.ii'iil I Ui U tiAiiilill, :0J Bank Street. lie ulqunrters for the latest Shower Bath. , kolJ mn llffori, to ,1( lTl, one. PriC9 f.aO. All kinds of riumbing, Gi9 and Stcuui Fitting, TK,K,-i",NK S1M- Waterbury Concrete Co Is rww j t.M " -i kiiiN if Con oreta .rk. Wi!k-. Privwn' . Cnu'iit orCouereta Ccli i' !''-. A-i h:)Huni ii- i t'iu. at vory .nv i ri.v-, A I v---i; wMrri'.nl im! itrt-oltss AM m .I.t- l.'ft at llir-ch's ho. storo. iH3 Bank -tvei't will bo promptly uttoutUHl to. PATRICK PiKRCE, Manager. t-Tt-Kn hone Cull :J-12. Old Go and Bearer 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 13 istk: STREET. At the. Old Office. City Lumber & Coal Co N. W. Greenman. Telephone call 1S3-2. Telephone till People's - Market. Spring Lamb. Chicken, Veal, - f . -, . -11 Mutton, t UlcaiJO Dressed lCCt utton, Chicago Dressed leet nl Native Reef. The fiuest ;anJ Native l.eof. The fiuest quality of Vegetables, always fresh. ! The "Old Reliable" market Is 1" largest m I lie iu itutl ; keeps the largest stock to select trom. S. Bolil, i'-' tU SOUTH lAIN ST. Orders by telephone promptly attended. Cloth