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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1895
A THIRD IRISH PARTY. Are like Fire. They are Good Servants But wake Poor Toasters To keep your Nerves steady, Your Head clenr, Uuihl up your Streng-th, Sharpen your Appetite, You must have Pure Rich Blood The Best Medicine to Vitalize aud Enrich the Blood, is E-Sood's arsapariiia Tho One True Blood Purifier Prominently in the Public Eye. Hood's Pills .tiay Wanted Tba peof of Waterbnry 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. The "GLOBE" Cigar Has become so popnlar aud the de mand bo 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 S-4 E. IVTa-in. Street. Up one flight, next door east of T. H. Hayes's. The "Globe" is booming bettei than ever, and will now be uni form ami perfect every time. Cull and see me. ThomasF. McGrath. Office and Factory, 54 East Main St. Lake Strooel Z Go. 18 K. SEAMLESS WEDDING RINGS, SILYEKWAKE, CLOCKS AND STATUARY. Inspectors of N. i. N. . R. R. Watohes. Wedding Flowers. We hkve always the finest stock in the city and we know bow to arrange them. We have also the fint-st stock of Palms for decorating that can be found in the State. 32 Union and 25 East Main St. Telephone 14l. Prof C. A. Bailey Has Opened His SCHOOL FOR DANCING, AT 70 BANK St All tho nv fancy ilnncos mlptod rv tho New York danoinc i'i!'--?-rs" .-vieiy. will i-o introduced. Upon d.niy at a. m. Priate lossons Riven any hour. Solo group and duet dunces a ir-peciaiiy. Choice Perfumes OF ALL KINDS Lucien Pratte's Pharmacie Francaise, i3i SOUTH MAIN ST. Augustus J. Smith, - ARCHITECT. - Flans, Specifications and Superinten dence of all classes of buildings. ROOM 2, Bohl's block, 65 BANK ST. A. C. Northrop & Co, 27 to 29 Casal St, Waterbvuy, Manufacturers of Fine Paper Boxes. Dealers in Paper and Twine. 0 Come and See Us Whenever yon want the Best at the Low est Prices. Aside from onr Big Stock of Fresh Meats, Poultry, Vegetables and Farmers' Produce, we carry an immense stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Table Delicacies, etc. L P. & A. M. Guilfoile, Brooklyn District. Joseph A. Jackson, Architect LILLEY'S BLOl K. WATERBURY, and 117 W.st 12ftb St. New York. PLANS AND M'l'ERINTENDEX E of all classes of buildings. Many' years successful experience enables me to secure for clients the best results with the least ex penditure. -A. Machinist's Tool Chest For -4.25 Made of selec ted chestnut, dark hardwood mouldings. Hack walnut panels brass and nickel irimniieixs.Yulc lock and drop bundles, also a full assortment of Fine Tools. F.B. FIELD, 85 So Main St. C. M. T. MALONET. PuBusnKBS. I Nti-E SAM L1I!KI.KI. . wen ;i man tj;ics llllol million 10 an enemy in time of war ho is regarded as I a Hillk' enemy and upon .pr.uof of his ii" 1 1 1 1 1 he is ex.'i ut i'd and buried In a trait or's disgraced l avo. Hut the.ro is in way to punish those who prove ' theni M'le to li still worse enemies of the country by trxinto precipitate a linaii cial panic tltrouli misrepresentation of tli" condition of the nation's finances or of the intentions of tlio administration. A private individual can, through sip peal to the courts, have the incu who sock to injure his credit and commer cial standing by making untrue and partially true butmisicprcsi'iitinu; state ments puni.-lied, but member. of the mi ministralioii have no way of reachiuir the men w ho, solely for a partU-an pur pose, arc daily writing and circulat ing attacks upon the credit of the United Nates in the shape of wilful misstate ments concerning the treasury and the intentions of Secretary Carlisle. Men w ho bring ou a tinaiieial panic do a thousant rimes more harm than those who betray an army on the eve of bat tle, and there ought to be some way of punishing them us traitors to their couu try. If that is not feasible, congress should at least so legislate that the government, through the heads of the executive departments, should have the same right to have a newspaper writer or editor arrested for criminal libel as the citizen now has. With such a law upon our statute hooks the present par tisan misrepresentations of President Cleveland aud Secretary Carlisle in re publican newspapers would not he. pos sible, aud the probabilities of financial panics would be decidedly lessened. CURRENT COMMENT. .lohn Sherman's talk for McKiulev doesn't sound like that of a man who means business. .1. Moat Fassett should have become accustomed to being knocked down by this time. The managers of the big prize fighters are doi oting their ! iuie just now to get ling free advertising, and they are mak ing a success of it. It's dollars to soda crackers that the next republican convention will not dare to endorse a restoration of the McKinley tariff. Of course Governor Morton will re frain from talking politics during hi southern trip with any of those who deal in delegates to republican national con vent ions. HEARD IN PASSING7 dohn V. MeKiine is reported to li:ive entirely recovered from chronU- indirec tion iuce he luis been ill Situ; Shu;. I'er liaps this is due to the hitter pill he had to -wallow on I lie oee:iiou of his iiie:u-i-ei :jI ion.- lioston Herald. A di-pateh from Mexico sivs that two men were killed :il a hull ti-ht ne;;i that plaee. This iniiiht he used as an ;ir ruinent :ij;:iiiist hull tirhtinr, if the dis patch did not add that the accident a-cau-'d h i he tloor i:i inj; away. iMel i'an hull ti iil 1 1 arc ot I lieinselvi s perfce; 1 iiariulos.- New Uacn ralladinin. The Ansouia epidemic of scarlet fevci and the 1 ei hv epidemic of t phoid lever should he v'om lu-ive n idcuce ihat there is somelhinr wioni; soim'wliere. How ahum the NauiiatucL ricr soweraire'r 1 erhy TraiiM-ript . OLD PROVERBS NEW APPLICATIONS. "The child is father to tho man." Too often his hc.ss also. "It's a hum lane that hns no turning." The straitrhi lane is the best, after all. "Too tunny cooks spoil the broth." Bet ter too nuiny cooks than too litllo broth. "Every dog has his day." Too ninny of them prefer tho night forthoir musical ex ercises. "Children and fools always toll the truth." That proves they are fools and children. "It's always darkest before tho dawn." Thut gives tho old mun a ohauoe to get Into tlu house sufely. "Never bite off more thttn yon can chew." One never knows how much he can really tukecareof until it is bitten otl". llardwure. A ROYAL FLUSH. King Gungunyani, a South African monarch, lias &ou wives. Queen Victoria is quoted as saying that, all children should wear sashes, as she did when she was u girl. In the privacy of his study Emperor 'Wil liam smokes a big china bowled pipe of the typical tierman kind. Kins Humbert of Italy i rapidly be comiii)! white haired, but ho refuses to use hair dye, as do most of the members of hi? oourt. When t he Princess of Wale was married tho king of the Helgiuns gave her lace to tho value of $50,000. From that time the princess has gone on coliecting, and now her collection is worth something like $JOO,000. DIGS AT DENTISTS. Ono look at the- dentist vill case the aching molar. Dallas News. When tho deutisji pulls your tooth, ho also draws your attention. Cincinnati Tribune. And taps your poeketbook. Ohio State Journal. A Wilmington girl from whom a dontist extracted the wrong tooth brought suit against him on the charge of assault and buttery. Philadelphia News. She Don't you think he is a good den tist? He I'm afraid he hasn't had much experience. I knew I bad two cavities In my teeth, and that's all be could find. Puck. Dealy Fight With McCarthy May Causa n Antl-ParnsUlte Split, Timothy Michael Ilealy, the famous Irish M. P. who materially aided in driving Charles Stewart Paruell into retirement and an curly grave, after Par nell's social shortcomings hud been exploited in the divorce oourts, is now en deavoring tof orce Justin Huntley McCarthy, the timothy hkaly. pre6ent leader of tho Anti-Parnellite faction, froin his place. Healy is also at odds with John Dillon, M. P., McCarthy's chief lieuten ant in the conduct of the party's affairs. Healy hates McCarthy and Dillon as heartily as ho hated Parnell after the groat Irish leader icfused to surrender the scepter, and there seems excellent reason for believing that if Healy does not suc ceed in driving McCarthy from the chair manship of tho Anti-Paruellites he will cause a split in the most powerful fac tion, battling for Irish home rule. In this event thoro will be three Irish par ties in parliament engaged in a Kil kenny cat sort of strifo that will effec tually kill whatever little chauco Ireland may at present have of securing home rnlo. Healy was born May 17, 1S55, at Bautry, in the county of Cork. From boyhood ho displayed great interest in Ireland's political struggles, and at the ago of 25 was arrested for delivering an incendiary speech at Bantry. He escaped conviction, aud soon thereafter was elected to parliament from Wexford. Once in tho commons he speedily estab lished a reputation, owing to his zeal for Ireland and his marked talent as an orator. In November, 1881, lie and T. P. O'Connor attended tho Land League convention held in Chicago, and his wealth of Irish wit, his fiery oratory, his pathos and his pugnacity won for him many admirers. The Laud League voted $350,000 to assist the Irish move ment, and the American tour was a glorious success. In 1888 Ilealy served four months in prison for seditious speech, and tho following year was called to the Irish bar. In 18U0, when Parnell was driveu from the party lead ership, Healy abused him with a viru leuce that shocked even the other enemies of Parnell. Since then Healy has been very couspicnous in Irish matters, and ho will doubtless have a party of his own before long. A RAILROAD KING'S GIFT. Hill Seminary, It lienor and the Educa tional Work It Will Do, Hard by tho famous falls of Minne haha nnd six miles from tho center of tho city of St. Paul stands Hill semi nary, anew educational institution that will long endure as a monument to the liberality of James J. Hill, tho enter- HILL SEMINAKY. prising president of the Great Northern railroad, and Archbishop John Iieland, one uf tho ablest Catholic prelates iu the United States. Jim Hill burrowed oar faro to get to St. Paul, it is said, but now ho has more millions than ho has fingers, thumbs and toes, tuid three years ago ho gave $500,000 for the erection of a Catholic school that should boar his name and bo an aid iu tho higher educa tion of Catholics. Surrounding tho college ore 40 acres of land, tho gift of Archbishop Ireland, who is intensely interested in tho proj ect. Tho immediate campus of tho seminary contains six acres, and tho sir buildings thus far erected are located iu tho form of a letter U. There is an ad ministration hnilding, a class building, a refectory and a gymnasium, and the two remaining structures aro residence buildings. Tho seminary was recently opened to pupils with great pomp, MgT. Satolli, tho papal delegate iu America, officiating as celebrant at tho pontifical mass, which was a conspicuous feature of the oeremuuies. The central object of tho school is to furnish propor educational facilities for students who desire to enter the priest hood. The branches of study comprise theology, philosophy, scripture, iccle.-.;-astical history, eloquence, liturgy, po litical eoonomy, higher scieuces and higher English literature. Applicants who purpose taking tho full course in the seminary must have first passed through a Roman Catholic parochial school and a preparatory collegiate conrso of six years. Then they must take a course of 6is years at the seminary, which is called by the faculty an eccle siastical course. Each of the two residence buildings or dormitories has sufficient space to comfortably accommodate 120 students, aud each student has at his disposal two rooms, a bedroom and a reception room or den, where ho may pursue his studies. The class building is two stories high and has four lecture rooms and an audi torium with seating capacity for 900 persons. Tho administration building ton tains the resideuce quarters aud of fices of the faculty. ltmly and the Export of Antiquities. Signer di Prisco, an Italian country gentleman, recently dug up ou his estate 28 ancient silver vases of Qreok work manship. He tried to sell them in Paris for 100,000, but under tho law forbid Jing the export of antiquities from Ita ly the Italian minister of educatioa to gau proceedings against him. The Wealth of LonUlana. The state of Louisiana, sugar planta tions and all, is worth 1169,163,439. feCa s! Si Do much loud boasting. The people know we have been almost giving goods away for thj past two weeks. Notwithstanding those sultry days we sold "Winter Overcoats and Ulsters. Why Hoi! 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 Overcoat for $4 or $9, that in or out of season he would be obliged to pay from $8 to 16 for. Take advantage now of the golden opportunity. Those are the promised bargains in odd sizes we carried over. The re sult : A great sacrifice rather than move them. Our Opsninj "Will surprise the public (not with brass bands or boisterous talk, we use our own name also our own reputation) and combine quantity, quality, style and the lowest prices ever mentioned ou NEW CLOTH ING that is tailor made. Every garment finished on our own premises. Come and see us before Ave move; be sure and come afterwards. The Upson, Singleton And Co, The Moving C. W. D. Clothiers, American Building, Bank Street, Or 114 South Main Street Entrance, Why Not X j rt t nonsy is tho head tint w rUt !). t half no uneasy a l weitrsnn ill-iil t tii liar. T-.,. of .u rtiiM t i i - ?!., Hnttor in Viitfhui'y. m h .w s a ('town, man v. h' M Vt 1 i an eellenl reputation m th;tr !;;,, O'liif in i;'t ii-. i v !:: our I :t i'uiiinp Ki'x :t;: I ep)f.l!ed IVrl-ys fr.:u fi.i.n Furnishing. Trunks ;mi1 J', Hat NRtr tin wwd. ! v li. to bleak or we will replace a K WlX'i i':t f '::!' I' iiiit.iN an- i.i.un. .rnt-' :. K. mh's v'j.uo i wan;t!iio.I nut S. M. Kern, 115 and 117 Sorrii Mais Street. Call On When you want any Painting, Paper Hanging or Decorating done. We guarantee to please you in quality of work and in prices. We are headquarters for painters' supplies, and our prices are as low as the lowest. Our leader this week is Homestead Mixed Paint, $l.'2b per gallon. 5. 33 EAST MAIN ST. Telephone call '.'-S5-V?. Isn't Over Yet. But we ennnot carry our stock over Therefore nota the bargains: All Straw Hats, some were. :i 00, 2 50, 2 00, at 50o Others as low as 25c and l'.'o -UNDEK WE AR AB low as 35o osuit. Just a few sizes left in -SHOES.- WALTER M. CONWAY, 132 BANK STREET, Watebblry. REMEMBEPw We don't sell frozen milk and corn starch for '-'0c 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. lvespt. Joslin & Allen, 169 Bank Street. Tire -:- Setting Mads Easy. IS MONEY' TIME To Manufacturers, Carnage Makers, Ulacksiniths. everyone. I have purchased at an expense of thou sands of dollars, and have now in opoia ; lion r.t my repair shops adjoining my ! stabl.'S on meadow street, one of ! J. li. Wi si's LviT.sr Improved T111E SETTERS. Everyone who has a a call, a iiiick ur ai hi';y wii.m, or any invited to come and see i arrisec , a wion kind of ur iuii:bcr of . h in u tho yrra'.cst inven Hon of the period. Exhibition frc for setting tires as low m am whi-re. Tires set cold while yon wait. t';.n finish a fuh set of four heavy tires in ahull! -O ininir.es ; or on a rush, one lire in live mlinr.cs . It is simply wonderful. OM methods are . very funny in comparison. .No lue, no muss, no injury to wheel or -v.m. T:ie j is put on in every ay better than by any other process. One can hardly believe ii without sceiug it. 1 have I lie sole riuht for this section, and am ready to set tires for any and a!! manufactureis, repairers, business men, firms or individuals. No naitini;, no imperfect iors in hoi. 01 cold weather. Old or new tires set to order. All wheels handled are iieautitied. im proved and streniith-ned by the proce.s. Come and see the machine and read the many glowing testimonials. RALPH H. BLAKESIEE, I'UBUC TRUCKMAN and General Jobber, with 100 teams at your service. IenmaxislTiop. Prof. Hoi ley onehps cwry Pupil to vrito a fin. rnpM busings hit ml in si conrso of sixteon Privjito Logons. anl NO KXlJXliKS. AM kinds tr lVn vTk executed iu tho highest doroo of tho Art. 1G7 Bank Street. SOME TV ,T EN OUR IV A EN Fel worm when it is cold, and other feil cold when it is warm. The propor garment for such people to wear is a light ov.rcont. which we carry in different shades and diUtirent pnets. A light over coat is the most netu! aud most durable pnnent in men's clothing. You get more wear out of i, than out of a heavier one, and if you hove a winter overcoat the light overeont is the menus of making the heavy c. at Ins, iiincli longer. The terms we sell them on mat.o it within the means ot very one to et one. It is not necessary for yon to wait until heavy overcoats are worn and exposing yourself to colds and Rll kinds of changes in the weather, in the meantime, v. hen with a little effort yon can drtss yourself aud children in warm and comfortable elcttiiug aud not miss the P'ing of it. Are there any proplo buy ing that wy? ES! Clerks in stores, mechanic and foreuieu ia shops. In fact, people or ail cliisss see the. convenience there is. liusiness strictly confldentisl. Pnyuii uts are made at our utliue and polite attention givon to cue nnd all. Credit : Clothing : Co, 62 BANK STREET Over Ells' Book Store- Open evening till 8:30. Wednesday aud Saturday till Id. HELLM ANN'S BEER Is For Sale In Every First Class Saloon in Conn. Old Fashioned Foot Beer on Draught. Rochester Brewing Co s Lager OX DttAVGHT. ALL TWO STAMP WHISKIES. JAMES E. WATTS, ISO South Main Street. Jones' Portsmouth Ale, Schaefer's Wiener Beer, Splendid Sweet t'idir, botthd for family use and delivered to any part rf the city. J. W. Hodsora, Telephone. 18 Exchange Place. AUSTIN'S STABLE, 59 BKOOK STREET. Headquarters for nice turnouts. First class teams. Carriages all new. Horses bought and sold. Tklephoss. Always Wear it At breakfast, dinner. suiper. At tea or at a lunch : At time? when drinking he", erase. At mome:;t-s when you munch; T satisfy your appetite. The lu hot' yon wont sklrk: I Cause it isn't hard when dressediup i In our lovely Laundry Shirt. WaterIury Steam laundry, 17 s rk (i;;uranttv.l. ASHHTON 05 I GARRITY, Bank Street- I Headquarters for the latest Shower Bath. ! Anyone cau afford to have one. Price .$2.50. All kinds of numbing, Gas I Steam Fitting. and Tklki'hosk 212-6. Watariiary Concrete Co Is now piopurtM t,Mli all kinds of Concrete Vork. V;tl;s, 1 i inv;i Oomont or Couoreto Viiar Plows. Ar-i-li iltum !. fintf, at very l"v i i it'os, A 1 work w.irrxnltvl llr-t-class All ordors loft at "Hii -ch's di.o storv. 283 Bunk r-trt'tt will le promptly atuudod to. PATRICK lVKRCE, Manager. ftS.Telephono Call 21-2-11. 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 al 93 Z3 -lVINTIC STREET. At the Old Office. Ciiy Lninbsr 6 Goal Co N. W. Greenman. Telephone call 133-2. Telephone call People's - Market. Spring Lamb. Chicken, Veal. Mutton. Chicago Dressed lieef and Xa'.he 15ecf. The finest tniality of Vegetables, always fres.h." The "Old Ueliahle' market is tho largest in the city ant keeps the largest stock to select from. Fuop'r. (M SOUTH MAIN ST. Ordtis by telephone promptly attended.