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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1895.
AT THE PIANOFORTE. Kocbanic&l Aids la Plana rinjinc The ! Tchnlrcn and the Clavier. Under tho head, "Machine Versus Mind Flaying," a writer in The Etude gives expression to tho following: i Couoorning tho use of niuchanical aids to developing tho hands, the truth ap- ! ppux..to lie tot ween tho extreruo post- j tions. Mr. LiebliuR. for inrtaneo, says that when one desires to learn to swim one goes into the water, and that there is no case on record where one has ac quired the art by practicing the notions j upon dry land. Mr. Cudy takes tho ground that playing is entirely a matter of musical concept, which, if right, will of its own accord develop a musical playing, in which speed will come hand in hand with speed of musio thinking. There is another position illustrated by Mr. Virgil, inventor of tho piactice clavier, who, for the sake of showing what can ho douo with his nppnratns, has had pupils practice upon it and go to the piano in public for the first time to play pieces studied and memorized upon the clavier, with itsdumb keyboard. The fingers of these pupils are excellent. Such lingers I have never seen upon the keyboard, except in the case of very ad vanced players. But. the playing was wooden and wanting in all true musical feeling. The truth is that all playing is large ly a matter of mind, tho concept deter mining tho result. One may practice exorcises for the fingers with ever so much disciplinary advantage. but wheth er the ringers will remember these things in going thtvugh t!v;r pieces depends upon what goes alons; with the linger habits acciuin d. Now, the teohnieon ad ministers to musclo concept and to mus cle concept only. Tho practice clavier gives us at least kt bourd concept and may givo us musical concept or may acsist lis in getting if. I do net believe an expressive ounlity of p!ryiniT is ever reached without tho tinners and the mu sical concept having arrived at a mutu al contideiice through tho approval and revision of tho ear, as iho playing comes fcack to it with its tonal peculiarities. There are certain elements in the playing, however, which a teacher can arrive at more rapidly and certainly by the aid of the practice clavier than upon the keyboard. One can develop a heavy touch, or a quick touch, or a habit of en durance, beean.-e the clavier can be set to a light or heavy touch, so that the student is obliged to use at least a cer tain amount of linger power in order to produce the telltale "clicks" which rep resent the conscience of the instrument. But. the logical outcome of tho clavier is a uniform touch, which is never re quired in playing, for time are scarcely 1 two notes in succe.-sion anvwhoro in music which need to be played with ex- j actly the sa-no degree of power ; hence ! after using the clavier the .-tudent still . lias to come back to the keyboard itself in order to find out what kind of effect ; he is really getting, and wherein it i must be modified in order to correspond j with the concept. Moreover, it will j often happen if the pianoforte be a good ! one that many small but beautiful mod ifications will suggest themselves, or the pianoforte will snggest them. Dow to Hake Tomatoes, To bake tomatoes cut off a small piece of tho fruit at the stem end and put in n bit of butter, a pinch of sugar and a pinch of salt. Sift a little powdered cracker or bread crumbs over them, and, if tho flavor is liked, add a few bits of onion. Bake nu hour and have the top blown. For stuffed tomatoes select, large, full Bleated tomatoes. Cut off the tops of a PiiBicieut number to fill a baking dish of tho sioO desired. Scoop ont about a third of tho contents of each tomato and fill tho space with bread crnmbs, butter, a little salt and a little pepper. Sprinkle bread crumbs over the whole ; add a fewmoro bits of butter. Set in tho oven and bake till tho crumbs are a nice light brown. Ham Tnust. Cut rounds of bread with a cako cut ter, toast them a delicate brown, butter and arrange them in ouiei on a dish. Have ready a pound of cold ham finely minced, mixed with the beaten yolk of nu egg, 4 tablespoonfuls of cream and a very little cayenne pepper. Heat it and spread it on the toast. Milk may be used instead of cream if half ateaspoon fnl of butter is added to it when heat ing. This is a good way to uso the re mains of cold ham when tho pieces are too small to be made presentable other wise. Baked Fears. Peal, core and slice the pears into a granite or crockery dish, sprinkle by layers with sugar to sweeten. Pour on half a cupful of water for each pint of fruit. Cover with a plate and bake slowly nntil quite well done and the sugar and water jellied down. Let cool in same dish nntil solid ; thea turn out on a Berving dish. Window Screens. Among the newer window screens Feme which are decidedly attractive are ad are lae- ditions to our sitting rooms. They made either of wrought iron or of tl A NEW WIKDOW kfREES. qrtprert hrrtsu, fatailiug no trouble cither in cleaning or fitting, as they nro in most caw extonUiug aud adjustable. They can bo fitted with silk or muslin curtains, or with stained glaaa, or pho tographic transparencies, and so can ba made to harmonize or conn a t with the room fittings, as dmired. WltTck.-.-. . -.V - I tl 4- . i i "' IIJ P. BROOKLYN BRIEFS. Miss Jennie Clancy of Third street left this afternoon for Ansonia to attend the mai-rbgo of her cousin. Miss Mary Condon, which will take place there to morrow. The concert g'iveu by the American band of New Haven, al the junction of South Leonard street and Washington avenue under the auspices of 1'rotrctor Hose Co No 4, cost .-siOl) and SI 17 had been collected. The balance was voted to the company. The lirooklvn Athletic club held its annual meeting hist night and elected these officer : President, .lames Y. Kil bride ; vice-president. M. '. Ituwvu: re cording secretary. Thomas V. Law lor : financial secretary. .lames T. l'owets; treasurer. M. .1. Colloty : captain. W. .!. I terwiii; trustee committee, Kdward .1. Ooiiahue; chairman. I. Wiener. W. .1. Dwyer; finance committee, M..I. lumen, Thomas V. Mitchell. .1. T. Kelly : inves tigating committee. T. I". Mul'cahy, M. .1.' Colloty. John V. Kelley: entertain ment committee, Tliuma V . Hums. J. .1. Leahy. W. J. Iervin. ,1. T. Kelley. M. .1. ISowen. The club ill five a recep tion to its lady friends on September :!7. At this time it is expected tb.it the club "ill have its new ."W0 piano in the rooms. M. Y. Carney, J. K. Ibmphy and V. J. Dwyer have this entertain ment in hand. " James n. ltncUel. the field street bottler, and Mis Wiunifie.l lei were united in matrimony at St I'airi '!,' church at ;i o'clock this morning. i lie ceremony wa performed ' the ..;-ior. le v.), li. Ihiggau. and was toUowcil ! a me.liai ma.. Thomas l-'ii,:i. u:. man and Mi Ma.' M:!;;ivi v.j maid of honor. The brMe wore a oo iiuiieof Maderia colored n. dv good-, triuiiu'd with velvet audi ribbon 'and car ried a prayer book. I lie maid ot honor was attired in a gon e, of w ine colored novelty goods, trimmed with ribbon and lace. Atler 1 he cel'e,non a reeplioli as held at ib.e ho. no of the bride", lather. John 1 yer. ;." oiu',i Leonard -Ueet. where relatives of the 1 :in:in v, ere entertained. Mr and Mi- I'.iiekel i' ti on an afie-rnotm train tor a w ed ding nip to New York and Washington. ' 'n their return tie y will res.de a; :i "south Leonard street. The crusade against ti.-j ':- in oiilh lirooklvn has pvomp.od Michael 1 1:ii1 y to get out (d the l,uii ol t'.u ing rabbits, for it wa- alleged that the pet. were a bigger uui-aiu-e ihaa i.k, porker anil ;lie neilibov were coni aien.'ing to talk id a-Uiae Dr r.'ilara to compel Mr llarty to ilNp. -! lii- garden iull of rabbits, when ilie wiiv nu, kii.an ! lit a .top to llie .eh, :ne by h m.iil.g tbeni around among hi. friends, i M. :i,an goi pair ,d (hem and be i. now wi.hing that he had n. i been i-,r .. it li the g:lt. for he t n.nv : w v ci ami trou.er. on the head "i o. ialuard 1". 1 I ..by I'.v. ii ; :. , .-i ' 'a i : I i l l i I bi.uk leliow-. ...ad 111 lo-.ii', in l ' li ill home be j,!!, u.-. : h.oi I . i'".' i a at wili I nr. mgh llm h.a,.... v. I; ii tin re. nit !h:i when j. v ok n;. ,a tie. moiiiiiig the ,it . had gnaw ed i ..lidr -ie : of hi- e-i an i liis t :- . ,;.. d a- liioiie, ii,.y li:,d ju.l pa.-cd through a ihra-hing niaehinc. TALK!NG POLITICS. l'l-esl.Unt t'.wU of the W. C. T. I", rrge Her si.irr-, to Vote. The annual meeting of the W. C. 1". I". was held in the room, o! the lo'-iii" ini.sion ye.terdav atternoon. l ie- l're-i-dent. Mrs K. 1". t'ook. suhiuil'.ed b.er an nual me-sage in w liieb .he cxho.-iedthe si-lets make it ;i point to t.oll a bi. I vote on the til st of ( ictober. ""i.a-t ear." j .lie s.dd. the Protestant women .h-oped oil' by iglit voles. Let u. laene i . . i i t. trout this year with an increase. In eonehision she said: o louga.tla n i- one ruined home, one broken-hearted woman, one .uiVorinir. ludpic-s cidt.l. om .eiil doomed to perdition, Lccae,--- ot in ii. so long w e .hall have ,.,-ei.ionio w ori, and wear tin' ribbon of while." The report of the -eerelarv . MrsO. K. Ihouer. showed that I . . rt tue.-tMigs had been held w hli an aveiage att.-a-datiee of sixtd.f,, the Iarge-l iwentv eight. lbi smallest five. The collections tor tile year amounted t sii. :io. Kipiri. were given on miscellaneous matter., hv Mr M. A. s,lromr. Mr. Jennie Nortoii. Mrs William licrklev. Mrs K. Jt. hii U'V ami Jlrs Iv. P.. inions. WORLD OF SPORTS, Tlie Louisv ille club lias signed a a successor to Collin., at third base, Min neban. w ho had played the posit ion with y racitse. The l'ittsburg club ha- purehnsed a new shortstop in the person of John orcoran of the Norfolk club. Cross and t nan may be i raded. It is hardly to be wondered at that President I'roednian wants to exchange iHiyle for Tucker, after the former's rank failure as manager of the New oik team. Looking af Hie whole minor league field, the September situation i. w onder ful to contemplate. Never .iuec base ball was played wen' there .o mam pro fessional clubs in the field at this season of tin' year as there are now . It .hows the healthy stateinto which the national game has settled after many years of tribulations and trials. Collins still says that he will not re turn to lioston. The Louisville manager claims that he will be entitled to s'igu him after May , in which ca.e he w ill be placed preinanent I v at shortstop. Well, we'll see. There are gentlemen in the baseball business who have had more experience than either Manager Met losky or Player t ollins. Out of the last titieen games that Nichols has pitched lie has won eleven. I bis is a record excelled by but om1 or two pitchers in the country, ami yet would have been improved had he been even fairly supported. No team in the league has any right to beat ihollo.ion with Nichols pitching. Hi record this season stamps him a one of the leading pitchers in the league. District of Waterbury, Sent IS. 18B.V ss. Trobate Court I r pun the matter of agreement of rnloptioii by ami Letwei'ii Antoiin- Savar.l. Binuaiaii of George Savar.l. ami Oharh-s AtiKer an, I Mario l.nuise Aner. husnanO and wife, for the adoption oi .-aid Ocrg Ifavard. minor of the age ef three years a per acreoniem on tile mere fully npnors. it is OiiDKliEU Xhut the approval of sai.l agreement be heard and determined at the Probate Office in Waterbury, in said District, ou tho 24th .lay of Septemh -r. A. V, lsfs. at 9 o'clock in the forenoon. and that notice begrlven of the pen dency of said application and the time and place of hearlim thereon, by publishing the same times tn some newspaper huvinc a circulation in said Distrlut. By order of the Court. JAMES J. CASsm Clerk of Probate. Wants, For Sals, To Rent. pOlt SALE. Barber shop. Inuiro atthis officu. TOU 84I.F: Four tenement house. J7 JL room, rents for fit a mouth, Bod bar- Kutu. I ouuui mvorsiue sweet. F 'Oft SALE. An organ in (rood eonditlon. w in sen i-T j or exenane lor norse. can iae uud ha-uess. ln-tuiro 22 Seymour HPO TtENT. Odo teaenient of five rooms. One .f four rooms, luauire of Owen oods. 60 ic.)10ol street. 'I'O HEXT Tenement of 8roomsrnd oneot I 4. iyi South Main street. Apply to J. P. Lawler. 7 Union street. POR SALE The property on Sprine and " Beovill streets with frontaKo of libit fefft ou Seovill and 9s feet on fspriuie. The owner will sell at saerifiee on aeeonut of poorhealth. For partieuhirs in.juire of Uweu Woods, 66 School street "pi llNTSHl'.n TtdO.fsto rent-A.-.-ommoda-tions fir transients in K) al Jelt'erson street. Mrs Place, proprietor. Wanted Stove Repairing 'or of All Kinds. Or we will take your O d Stoves in ex change for a near on. We carry the largest Hue of lisiigts and T.irlor lltaters j in the eiiy. EXCHANGE FURNITURE CO. BLUE FRONT. 2C. -27 AHUOTT AVENUE 1 Grand Go:-,crt. and Sociable , oivi-.N nv i he ; Waterfcury Ulk Quartette l'er tbc In m fit of theCriuau Cutholic ' SicU lieuetit S.'ri ty, fit v'oucorcha hall, , TLuri-d.iy Evening, Sept l'.lth, 181)5. i ADMISSION -J", t l'.XIS A l'EKSOS. nlSTbU'TOFWATKftr.CliV ss I'HOBATE roi itr. s :;. I...:, I i:.t;,te of ,i -,. h :.. ii..e iii. of Water I '.un. in ,iisf iet. in.. I vent debtor I 'rite In;. tee ii.o i.i; exiii'iud his j a .mitt I: ration eeoui.t with kuJ est a e to I til s court f.-r .!! w.iifv. it is ! Ol.l 're.l. That .. ,Uv , f ;;,'pt. A. I. 1. '.'.''. at i" ,. "clock in the torciimm. ;.t tin- lY 'l .lt.' ofi; -e in : V. I e lilhi " Ue same i. a..;yi;i.i ;'.. ;i I, ;..n i h,. aliouau e of .ai I ;t . i . 1 1 ; : i -r i ., .... nii'.witli .dd e.-tute. an i tie. i ... i- .ii.,.. the trance te cite n I pci.-i i:s in; . i . .-1 , I llie, ein i appear i at -tli.l lin.e am! 1 o . hv .ui li.liinj; thi at . der in . 'Mti' ii- v- t ,it ,t i n! li.invl ii, New lhi i ve ' county, an 1 a chvulau.jn in said j district. Koi'.Ktr,' A. I.owi:. Judge, Pre hate Co a it 1 1 arris, late of t in ii.l li I' r-'.l:iM t . a ' ' oo ! .I' .'I'd I I n. t ! .. ; of S: t .' A. 1 1, i i 1 r : r "ti Hie r,,nrt of Tro ;.e. w ,:i he .oi.l ,u Public . I'l l 'e: .. a. I lie Jltll da V .' . '.no -'k :n ihe f. I e . I: . r h, c, miad 1 .1 ill. . I". I '.. . . . , . , I !l ill. . Ji'. I I.- I : 1 :" l ."l n.', ' 1 mi.- I! I! . ,1,.,.. ii ;ir, t.,.., i ,. i I:.. ii Oil. I il I... . 1 1 . .Ill i 1 W I til- 11 ." ;-. r "if. Il.il". 1:1 .T.i l'M: 10 . j orm. lua.ii- U:. . wo in ihno J" Jons v. iirt. -'Any. Ali :iLi.tr;i'.. df I onu. lion. Will Co A rsrr.-o,-:.-'- 4- tne To continno to bn thp reliable Clothiers, flutters and Furnishers o Waterbury and Vicinity ? Yes. In accepting this important trnst we shall endeavor to merit a continuance of the confidence reposed in na by our Cloth ing constituents in the past, and shall in the coming Clothing Campaign surpass all previous efforts in placing before the peo ple cf this city for their inspection, ap proval and purchase, the largest, most complete end cartfnlly selected stock of Clothing in the Nutisatuck Valley. It is rnther early to discuss heavy Clothing, or Clothing heavily. Watch and wait for later communications on this subject. A Tip Topper. HATS. We have them in the popular blocks Dunlap, Youmans, Youngs, and last and best for young men, the Lamson & Hub bard. Frices are $1 23, $1 45, $1 90, t'2.40, J"2 90, J3 50. This is 15 per cent lower, quality considered, than yon will pay elsewhere. ?ir Our hats are all Union made. E.G. Kilduff &Co, j 64 BANK STREET. j 9" Forgot to mention that onr BOYS' ; DEPARTMENT is only twice the size of any like department in the city. MotSKJM and Fathers should bear this in mind, and olad the future statesmen here. The prices and quality at right. (To be continued.) Conlon uromcrs Dry Goods, Cloak, Suit, Boot and Shoe Emporium, 142-148 South Main Street And 147 Bask Street. It was very gratifying to us to sec and receive the vast con course of people who attended our formal opening Monday evening and the crowds which j lined the counters of the sev ! eral departments yesterday and last evening showirg in a sub stantial way their appreciation i of thf new shopping mart j which wo mean to make the most popular in Connecticut. : The public have done their : part nobly and the interest i j manifested by them cannot fail to exhort still greater efforts on our part. tho We invito those after the latest up to tlrtto stvles in : Dress Goods, Silks, . I Furnishiusrs, Kid and Fabric j Gloves, Hosiery, "Wool and ! .Merino Uiulenver. and Infants' Outfits, Blankets and Comfor tables, "White. 'uilts, I .are Cur tains, Lmens and Domestics, Cloaks and Suits, Ladies', Gents', Misses'.Children s.Boys', Youths' Boots, Shoes, Slippers and Rubbers, to call and inspect the different departments. You will find the finest qualities at way down popular prices. Conlon BROS, 142 tn 14S Smitb Mim 5rvnt ZO 145- S0UT.il Mam Sltieet and 14T Bank Street. Boston Dentist, 111 Bake Stbekt. If yon think of getting a set of Teeth whether it be a lull puts, or nartial mate, rill Ann Miiniina Via nrov.nl itubber and Porcelain 8eU made by DK HUljl Kn.S. Kl var inH IVm.nt Vtllr,na 60 cents and np; Flna Gold Fillings, $1 00 and up; Teeth Cleaned and Polished, 75 cents. Gas or Ether administered when desired. Oflioe hours from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays from S a. in. to 4 p. m. IDr Walters, Dr E. R. Patzoltf, Surfleon Dentist Fine gold and silver niiiDgs a specialty. J Also fine cold and SSTORC porcelain crown and .... MiiMMiiim pnananieea or M.UUOJ iciuuucu, , ' 1 j uioiieraie prices, Cocsultatton in English aud German. Open Evenings. WHITE BUILDING, OBP P. O. 60 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn. FOR SALE .: One horse, sound all over, six rears old. one cheap horse, four business wagons, one cart, one phaeton, six sets of harness. Must be sold at once. Apply to B. SPIBO, Bear 34 Franklin Htareat, Parsons' Barn. A K tit Arm ! 5 r " f V if t i Pest Set of Teeth, $8 00. Fine 8old fillinRa, $1 and up Tei-th filltd with silver COc and 75o Treth cleaned 750 Teeth fitractad. 2So Gas or air adininutered 25c We nsvr xrf-dge the totth before filling. Teeth r itractod without pain, by the use of gag, ci Itydir' Viialized Air. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty BYDERS DESTAL TAULOKS. DK F. L. KVDEll 133 liink Street. Over Miss Firzpatriek's miliitierr storo The only dentitt by the name of KYDEK in the city. You Ought to Do Bdsiness With Ouoht to Do Business With You. WHY ? Because thiy sf 11 cethinc tut Wf-ll made relialle Furnitare at prices , consistent with th goods. J.M. Burrali&CojR" "The Old Reliable." 60 Bank St. UNDERTAKING In all its branches. Telephone to D. SI. Stewart, 101 Frank lin street. Sleseenpjer boy to C. E. Simple street. Spymonr, lS-t WHEN Yon Want To Buy Groceries, Meats, Provisions, I Flour, Feed, Hay and Grain ' Olifai or than you evor hav bought them - call t N.W, Keaisr s. 26-2S Kain. ! Clmice Tabl.i Hntt.tr. in.no botu r, -It.- Ih Civct8,10!,rrilr...,ri,,yf,..1, , i; 'r.Mias. lAmua Oookic.-. Milk :in. oaa i.rm-tprs. r, n r lb The l'.'t Mocha ami Java CofToo. use yer V) AH g.MU ... .M by us ar tho t.n..t ami all ini'-t'.. iin; burtruiu. Call ami .-oe tho J'l-ih.'Ii"s sold by lis. i I N. W. Heater, 26 and 29 North Miin street. ANOTHER CAR OF Horses. TO BE SOLD AT Auction TUESDAY, SEPT 24, 1895, AT , F. E. Benham's, 308 North Main Street. One pair horses. 6 years old. 2,9'JO pounds; bay horse, G years. 1 540 lbs, and an eitra good one; black muru, 5 years, i 1,100 lbs; nil's bay chunk, tl Year; bay horse, 7 years, 1.200 Ins; handsome biy j horse, 6 years. 1,250 lbs; dun colored j mare, with whitu mane uiid tu.il, G years I old, weiuhs 1.100 lbs; cruv m ire, aocd uUuhflr- 6 3e. 1.080 lbs; black mar, something fine G years. 1.200 lbs; bUck mare, years, l.luo lbs; iusy horse and a good one, 1,200 lbs; t;ood diivinj Llack cnunK, b years, l.iuu lbs; bay mare, G years, 1,050 lbs, and a gentlemen's driver; j bty horse, 5 ytars, 1,100 lbs; brown horse, 1 kind for lady to ride or drive; brown ! horse 6 ytara, 1,100 lbs, and several other i good drivers and workers Forty-eight hours" trial pivan and all horses not as represented can be returned and the money will ba refunded. ' ' . 1 1 i . . . i . ! ; -uui "u iuus iue ucrses over nna see to driven day before the sule. S.le ' wi" take Pla0B. rain "Li' e and com wbui-o l.iuuii.uj i o u c: F. E, BENHAM. 'A Gup of Good Tea is! an Inspiration." The market offers nothing finer in this ine than the celebrated Lipton's Cevlon Tea. We have them in nvn yrades'and oonaider them not only the best, hut the most economical teas in the market. We prize ourselves on our coffees, and g to remind yon that we are still bot- beg to remind you that we are still bot- tling the justly famous SAN GABRIEL California wines and are selling that brand ot Sherry, Peri. Cat-')a. Strata ilusoatel and Angelica, tt 35c per bottle. The Waterbury Grocery Co., 163-5 Bank street. Telephone 146, J4. .s tl r rtJ. V V, "l ' '"Wilt The Laboring Man's Market. ANOTHER MG REDUCTION. It wi.l j-ay you well to look through the following list. IT 18 A MONEY SAVER. Sirloin Steak, lie per lb 10c per lb 5 cents per lb Sc-lOc ptr lb 8c per lb 3 c per lb Round Steak, Shoulder Steak, Rump Pieces, Shoulder Roasts, Boiling Fieces, 3-Gc per lb Sugar Cured Shoulders, Sc per lb 12c pet lb 10c per lb 12c per lb 3-Cc per lb Le Laiiih. Ilindtjuar.er I.amb, Boneless Bacon, Coined Beef, Fresh dressed Chickens, Fresh Pork, IGc per lb 10-12c per lb rTo one need o without' eating meat. Everything fust quality. PRICKS Tl 1 !' LOWEST, Your floods Delivered Free for !tnea- ' A A PoO"MA DnA Y A. VV .UdOblC, Tl OD. 1 7 Corner South Main and Union. Telephone connection. Creamery B;ii:er, 1 Hi prints, 2oc The Automaton Piano Among the rn;;i:y wonderful inventions cf the nineteenth century few, if any, nr6 destititit) Ir-iive such nu indelible im pression. or rsiiei-s such an unmistak able itiilnnco on iho lior.e und musical culture L.f the present gout-ration. The Self Playing ! iano By means of a single atuchm"nt whieh can be titt. d to any piuuo, thousands of people unable to play tu.iy cultivate and gratify thi ir taste for music. Call at our warerocms and ses and hear thij wonder ful piano. Drsggs .j Smith Co, 179 Back Street. Best Gilt Edoe ureamery Butter, 23c pound, 4 1-2 lbs for $1.00. Boston Butter House, 117 Sonth Slain Street. fewSh0ft Vacations For Busy People By the K-antituI New Steamships of THE OM Dominion Line To OLD POINT COMFORT, iHyiiHa Hot.l,) or VIRGINIA BEACH, and Return, (Princess Anne Hotel,) May be made for 16? OM Point Comfort It $17 irmnia Uoach Iacltdinj Every Expense Of Meals and Berths en route, and a day and a ouarter's bcaid at either hotel. These tups are ideal, as a considerable portion is nixie through the quiet waters of the famous HAMPTON ROADS, and there is little likelihood of seasickness. Also tickcte on Bale with privilege of re turning by rail. Write foi partioulars ot these and other delightful trips to E. D. Manwaring, 329 AIe aoow Street, F. N. HACKETT. N. Y., N. H. II Depot, Waterbury, Conn.