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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 189;
veste v To Build Up Th ystem, I hare found Hood's Bar" parilla n iplendid tonio. 1 bud the crip (oar ttmss.nud the prostration com blued with sever headaches, atora ach troubles and dvpepsl made mo vary great sufferer. I w a s : very weak and run - down. I have used six bottles ot Hood'sSarsapariUa and cannot praise and Flood's : lit i iL J'l. . the wondorful benefit they have, been to no." Mrs. Ltzxib Jacksox, Pcltnaie Centre, Mass. Hood's GarsapariSEa Es the Only True OSood Purifier Prominently In the pnblieeve. f 1. 6 foro. H-rt; Oillc ''' hM'TiKHii.nisly with 11U0U b flWS Hood nS-ii samUi. Uo. Wanted The people of Wnterbnry and I vicinity to know that the best ! phice in town to set Pictures and Picture Frames Is at the old reliable stand, 137 BANK STREET, R. S. CURTIS. The "GLOBE" Cigar Has become so popular end the de mand so great that tLe old Cjiinrters where it was umnntaeinred and sold, 172 Sonth Main street, were outgrown. I have secured more room, better light and air, at 54 E. IVTa-iii Street Fp one flight, next door east of T H Hayes's The "Globe" is booming betlM than ever, and will now be nni forni and perfect every time. Call and see me. ThomasF. I-IcG-rath Office aud Factory. 54 E.ist Main tt. Lake Strobel Zj Go. 18 K. SEAMLESS WFDDINC1 KIKGS SILYEKWAKJ, CLOCKS AND STATFARY. Inspector? of N . T. N. E. li. K. Watches BULBS For winter and s rin; tl 'weriiiR wbic'n we are lu 'itJtiU'irtt-r for. unp rtetl rhret f r. m H. d .Inst t: ir k ot it, 1''0 Tu lipa for Mlo. It1" I rocus tor ;!"ic. St Joseph I. :1m for tic tacll. All iluds o: Bulbs at bottom prices. A. DALLAS, f"! : i an, I Jt, l'..! M.-.m s. rec' s. C. A. Bailey . Oprnrd His' SCHOOL FOH DAKCING, AT 70 HAN K St i All the new t'.-mev ,!:e ICew oi k :..e.e,it i : lnlr dticc.!. 'I en ,i ,i; lessons iveii ,,i h- duct dalief ;i si cc.a.ty es -1,1,.! !, I v :r. tU'llp Choice Perfumes OF ALL KTNDS Lucien Pratte's Pharmacie Francaise, 234 t-ocra main sr. Augustus J. Smith, - ARCHITECT. - Plscs, (specifications and Snperinten dence of all classes of buildings KOOM 2. Bohl s block. Co BANK ST. A. C. Northrop & Co, 27 to 29 Canal St, Watkruvbt, Manufacturers of I'ine Paper Boxes. Dealers ill l'aper aiul Twine. C Come and See Us Whenever yen want the Best at the Low est Prices. Aside from onr Bit; Stock of Fresh Meats. Poultiy. Yf-gt-tubles and Farmers' Traduce, we carry an immense stock of Faucy and Staple Groceries, Table Dtlicacies, etc. L. P. & A. M. Guilfoile, Fhookltn District. Joseph A, Jackson. Architect LJLLKY'S BLOCK. WA i EKItl'KY, nil 117 WrstlUfnh St. New York. TLANS i'l slTKUIN 1'fclNDKN' E of U clnsse of buildu ps Mam' vrars .nceesstui experience enables me to secure eipendilure j l'jPf 1 ? ' Machinist's Tool Chest For $4.25 nn'iiUlin;-', i.t-k wuii-iit i vt-i- l'i,i-. :ui-.l nickel trimniii r. - v i" k ai;l r hdiitiics, lio a full n.Ttm. nt lir.v F.B. FIELD, 85 So Main St. I C. A M. T. MALOXEY. a'L'Bl.isnKKS. Tur srenoral impression kwm' 'to he tli:it the lawyers of Mora displayed :i iuounnicnt:il check when they Hied a protest .'iainst the action of Secretary Olnev in acooitinr a settlement of the . Mora claim u ithout com noil inn Spaiu to ', pay the interest from the date of the claim. Secretary Olney will take no no lice of the protest, lie did not act in ""alter as the attorney or collector for Mora, but as the representative of the j Tinted States irovernniont . So far a this jinvr mucin is concerned tho settle ment is final. 'I'liK World has prese.uted a project for tin accomplishing of the "lireater New York" idea that fairly startles us. It is not hint; more nor less than the flilimr up of the Kast river, securing thereby land instead of water comiiiu cation with ilrooklvn, and niakitii; the l wo cities practically one. The Harlem river is to be widened and leeicned to ' the capacity of a ship canal, to com-pcn-aie for tin- wiping out of the Kast rior. h is a biu; conception: but in 1 lic-e day I he mo.-t any thini prise. world is prepared for al- j ill the shade of enter-i I 'I'll!' -late board of arbitration, created j by the l:i-t iivnoral assembly a, the re oue-t of oi eatiieil labor in Waterburv. 1 l; s succc-isfully settled the Henry M. Stanley, tho fiunons Afri l rouble in the KussclUv. Krwin fact or v can exploier, is now making a tour of at New liritaiti, the inouhler havin-- tuiada KathorttiK inf ortmuion for use In ., , . .. ' ! legislative debate. Mr. Stiuilev will not iron- on a Miike tor the restoration ot a " . ... , . , , ... 1 rovisit Africa in his old role, bnt will cut in waevs made two years aSo. U,0 , iu fnrur, doTOt his tilm, to exploring arbiir;.toi heard both sales aud made I ., l,tir..il innsrlea of darkest" Eng recommendations tbat met w ith the ap pro! al of bo; h eides. This is the tlrs; case in w Inch the board lias acted and it N a matter of congratulation that their ofloi'is lo brine; about harmony were crowned with success. Strikes arc dangerous. A lone; train of disaster fol lows in their wake, as New ISritain know s bettor than anv othe- place in 'ounce; iout . It is a matter of sati i iaetiou to know thai the tirst jood work pcrforiiied by the Male board 'l arbi ' ivai'oii was i:t a city which in the pa-t lias been a si' real sutierei- Irotii strikes. I Till' manager- of ihe lire sale of clolh ; so called, w ho pin-lied their teut- ! on Hank t reel a tew day s ao. ain! tt ie,! to bribe tin' bntei iar m .icccivc tin p'ibiic. h:iv" .jttieiiv folded their tents and -tele away. i i.e took with .irm ' about all of ihe -took thai lho broii-lit hen-. The ..ile wa aflat tailu: t . prov iu:r ; o things. V ir-".. li:u the people ot U a rl iii arc bciuii'm to reaii, Iba: tl;e home in, rehtntts can u'lvo as U'oo,! bat e.'iias :;s will 'be found an- w here. at:d s, eon, ii . that tlicy had no jia'hhiti the managers ol tin' lares:,!,.. w bo in, letus i j,, jjlV,. ,,f, ; lion ,-.;i.-ri!inc their i;,.,.,)., but in je.l the I M o M t; i to ai cepi a ( Ii t.iini; adveriisemenl. I; inisiht b ill p.ssi;,; I hal the 1 ) ; M . i ( r ' ' !i p;l' 'i' in ater'-trx tie 1 acce: ; a 1 1 c i' : i s e n i e u t from ! ;t 1 CURRENT COMMENT, i: I tiliiic.ins ;l-. doitl lots of 1.:!'; ! :l' ions in K : l none of ilte: , ; !ie',r cl. dins, -i; . :il ut ill. :,- i ali i 1 . r I.' iut. le a ;t inone to i,.:, they o!,'l pll' 'I'l'.e VeM..!V o should t:il,e prec -1 d- of :iny i:i li id;i:il. 'tl -v ro!!i ,'i,.'!);: hooti sU. , ,.;,., I v lit. iYr :i c:i! ill :i !i'h-! :ii,.' 1, ,n while l::te on lr i,tn;,i. The c:ii h'tisr utiil le::n, :m 1 nhlc ;n Mjtii'a! ' tit ;t al'solntely refused to sax how i: , , there. HEARD IN PASSING. Ow ini: l the verv c:ireles or eliims i wording of the new ballot law' there is liUelv to he truiitde :ilout it. The ques tion lias alrcailv been raiseil :is to whether the en elope-tmotli tendci inusi write their names on the envelope at llie time of its h livery to the voter. or may sh.mi a lot ot them In advance. Bridgeport Farmer. As for Lieutenant IVnrv. he litis made i Xnlnenp i information, and is safety escaped. j 1 nlcss lie is consume, I with a desire that makes lite of no consequence. lie will ilo well to rel Ire Iron) i lie inn st of the unknown iu the mirth. K npi'ly tliemselves to it more tl-.-in th times :ind i'scae. llarllord limes. I'oes not evorv lierson who "shnrtli s o.l' the mortal coil" ,lie of heart !ail- urc" I'he latter .uoted i.lnase certainlv eives no speclilc informaiion to the puli- lie ahont hat can-el the death of the victim. When the heart fails to work, then amen; the victim is no more. et ine maiauv ii.at cause,! wie Heart to stop may have teen anytliiiie; trom !-mall to measles. New Haven Palladium IHli HOWE'S HOMILIES. The goodness of sonic people is tho worst point about hem. A man's cup of happiness I never full because there Is no bottom to it. Some men are doubly spendthrift they ; fooHlih,v s,KnMl both time anrt Wonev I A lie llirincr ( mini KT'en iruiii mtiiiu tlltf : more Important becomes tho position he la holdtnit. A woman is not really dressed tip un less her clothes are so tight that tbey arc unuomfortable. i:y "perfect- confidence" a man means that his wlfo should not believe anything boi:t him that is not, creditable. Atohl- sua Ulotje. GLEANINGS. About 7,600,000 tons of coal are oon fumed annually. No picture Is hung on the wnlli of the Louvre In I'arls until tho artist shall have boon dead ten years. According to a Gorman scientist, a rls or full of price in cereals la synonymous with a rise or fall in crime. A first water diamond, engraved with the figure of a two headed hull, has been discovered by tho excavator at Pompeii. A man had Ave out of six purses re turned to him which he dropped in New "York tho other day to test public honesty. The statue of Liberty on the dome of the capitol building at Washington is It) feet 6 Inches in height and weighs 14,935 pounds. Near the castle of Langholm, In Dum friesshire. Scot land, is a place pointed out where several reputed witches were burned during the last century. A Hungarian penman residing at Vi enna exhibits a grain of wheat, upon which he has plainly written 808 words, all properly punctuated. The prime of life in a man of regular habits and sound constitution is from 30 to fi.'i years of age; of a woman, from 34 or S." to about 40 years of age. To call a man a Herman spy la in France a sure way of securing his arrest. and it is said to be the only form of cal umny lor wiiicn ir.cro is no icgai reuress. Between oiXl and 400 persons are era ployed In making writing ink in the I'nltod Stales, and their yearly wages amount lo between :iu.000 and $400,010. About the same number are employed in making printing inks. STANLEY AFR1CANUS, M. P. The Kxplorctr't Irtnui of an African Rail road Is A boat to lie lleiftHcect. land. He is now a full fledged member of parliament, hit" made his maiden speech, mul propose to devote tho re mainder of his life to securing the de velopment of the creat continent he has laid bare to the eye of civilized man. Ho is n member cf tho Conservative party now iu power in tho Cnited King dom, and his effort on behalf of Africa are alreudy bonriug fmit. The British novrrutueur will soon be gin the construction of a railroad from tho coast to central Africa, and to this road Stanley looks for the inan,s;nration uw dark cf a new routine of progress iu continent. "Railroads nro what the country needs to oiien up the rich iiite- eSNr I iiJsk ' c-.v' "s HEMtY M STANLEY. rior, " he srtid recent !y. "There is apreai trade wuititiK for tlie iron horse, and the road, if built, will vastly increase com merce aud open up new fields for enter- prise. A 11 the l ack countries on the Gold feist are rich in tho yellow metal, and j with the railroad iu opt-rntion tho min ers will lo enabled to go direct to the i fields. The gold may be brought out , and capital will How in. j "From ;Ve co.i.st to the fertile inland the land is low and in many placet al most impassable. To tinnsport the prod- , nets of tho field and other industries to tho coast many primitive ways have been tried, and all if Jheni have failed. , Elephants were made beasts of burden I only be abandoned. Thou -spauish donkeys were imported, bnt tho animals died. A railroad is the only thins that will solve the difficulty. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, the colonial minister, has recommended the construction of a rail road 657 miles lon, from Mombasa to Victoria Nyanzn, tho second largest lake in the world. This road is to cost about fS, 750,000 and will bo built by the government. " Stauley was formerly a citizen of the United States, but he is now a British i Bnbject. j The Kxploslre Tower of Water. ' By actual experiment it has been ascer tained that the explosive power of a sphere of water only ono.iuch in diame ter is sufficient to burst a brass vessel having a resisting power of 27,000 pounds. i , " B1 " n 81w' I Agriculture on a great, soalo iu the new west h;us made people forget the great business undertakings of some planters in the days of slavery. An EWljsh traveler describes a plantation in L,onisiaua where a siuale field of 6,000 acres iu sugar enne and 1,600 in corn bordered the Mississippi. The plan tation was sold not long before for near $1,500,000, and it yielded that year more than 4300,000 worth of products. i'ue same planter had'auothsr plantation of 8.000 acres, worth abont $750,000. One of his neighbors had saved $1,000, 000 in 25 years. Tho crop of ftugar on tho first plantation was estimated to be worth nearly $500,000 iu the year of the Englishman's visit. Evil Euongb. There ia evil euongh in man, God knows. Dnt it is not the mission f every touuk man and woman to detail and report it all. Keep the atmosphere as pure as possible and fragrant with ,.,- j h.Hr TV Jnln H.ll At 'Vs..' i The Announcement1 Of the day when we will open our lievs otore to , , , ., ,,. fhft nub IC Wl aDDear later- Our ODenina Week will long be remembered, " , for its extra bargains! in all departments, for the special souvenirs given to ladies who visit us and the useful cards gentlemen will receive. The Carpenters, pain- tersand electric men are putting the finishing touches on the interior. Ihe masons and iron IIomcrtcaJ Mixod lw , ,, Aorkers will soon com- per gallon. plete the sidewalk. Our men are fast putting in ! place the complete new stock of Clothes 9 ats tnd all k'nds of fixings Sat go to ma!e up a -st class outfitting es ablisnment for men or Doys of all ages. It will iow be only a matter of a few days when all style overs and money savers :an visit a place We trust hey will be proud of and eornmerivj to their friends. Meanwhile we are still doing business at the old stand where We have been for 17 years. Upson, Singleton And Go, C W. D. Clothiers. 123-129 Bank St, AVaterburv 1 83-5-7 Eighth Ave, N.T. H .1 mm vt"i. 3 II lniov is the hornl rim w I in n-t h tlf r- utH'.ty as t ; o-n.-m. .-t t.. th... t..r-. to ie ,n,l et i.- i!".' I Ii: ' u v. .eie f our I lest lllii!ai. :m t our I .r.ioii- mi- "'died lVr;..- from Jt". t.. .... .:,.,:,' U .-if f i'ais tlio wi'v! i i-i li.i' van.i-'.'t-tl nn to ivak wo will ivpl,;,v miiio. . 'J' lla AND 111 to Call On lTk When you want any Painting. Paper llany;nii or Decora! ing j doue. AVe iruarantee lo ileae you in quality of work ami in l,ritrs- We are I'a.lquarters for painters' supplies, and our prices are as low as the lowest. Our leader this wee A. H. Dews. 33 EAST MAIN' ST. Telephone rail v?-1- REMEMBER We dent f-ell froen milk and corn start h lor '.'Or a cuai't. hut we make i.ie best aiu , purest Ice Cream m th e city at 4 f a quart. ' Order ('rem us ami you will not ,. . , ., ee intsaiUHHiueu. ixespr. .JOSLIN it AlJ-KX, Cur Fall Line Heady. Our fall Hue ot DEUBYS cannot he beaten in Connecti cut. 1. 1 '). -f'.'. '.. 10 to :5. "e carry a lare Yariety of styles, small and laie sizes. Keiuember, we handle the "MouareV Shirt WALTER II. 130 F' CONWAY, ; Bank SritrRT. Tire Set Cold. BY West's Cold Tire Setter. We set tire, in from live to ten mir.ntrs each, while yon wsit nnd see it done All fciDil of general wi.oi and cartie re psir work doee promptly m a rirst clsss msnnir Horse suiting by couiiiteiit workmen. Ralph N.Blakeslee 1(50 Meadow St. 2 n l Kern, u Main Srr.rKT Cornor of William and Kast 1 3 " iViUliil. Main streets, one or both! houses. "Will sell one to save; Spring l.amh. Chicken, Veal, the other, do not care which. Mutton, t'hii ago Dressed 1 eef If von want a bargain call at 'ami Native leef. The finest "D.H.Tierney's of vta,,os' alwajs Real Estate Office, 167 fcdnk St.! lie "Ol.l KeliaUe" market P. S.-One of the places contains a sa loon. The customer must show up in 10 days. Penmanship. Prof. Hoi ley Tesehes every Pari! to write a tine, rapid j business hand in n course of sixteen Private . Lessons, an.l NO F.Ul.l'KKN. All kuels of Pen work executed iu tho highest decree of tho Art. 167 Bans Stbfet. jDay Day O.ir Store is petting filled np with the finest l.iue of tlot!.ii. for Men, Beys rn-d Oiildru. Next we. k wo will anr.iuuoe onr Full and Winter opening of Clothiof) and t"ii :i!;s, rompiising the Isiest styles of Suits, Ov reeutK, Trousers and Ladies' t'-iies nLd ,'.okets at tli leuis! posiilil prices. Our store hnving been re-modelled and enlarged, we will, with Mie extra facili. ti-s, satisfy or.r cnstoiueis better than evet before. No Br;OS limits. rr tlnrrah hnl ,. ,1,-t,, ,.,fil,t. , , f ... .. , "" vlc.lf.u.g tor in. a ard women, on out pvj u!ar t'iiy iu lit svs.tfui. Croait : Clothing : Co, 62 BANK STliEET I Over Ells' Book Store- Open ev.'nins till S;;i0. Wcdnsdy ' aud 6?ntnrd:v ti:! la. ESLLEAKTrs BEER Is Tor Sale Iu Every First Class Saicori in Conn. Old Fashioned Font Beer ca Draught. Rochester Erewing; Co s Lager ox MivroiiT. All. TWO ST A Ml1 WHISKIES. JAMES E. WATTS, 150 South Mrtiu Street. Jones' Portsmouth Alo, Seht.fler's Wiener lteer. Splenai.i Sweet 1'idtr, hettlid for f.innly uss and delivered to any purt cf the e,ty. J. W. Siodson, I Telephone. IS txchauije l'liica. AUSTIN'S STABLE, 5s MlUHiK SJTKKET. U.vi.hjmirters for nice taruouts. First ela-is trains. C'lirniie - s nil t-.r' .v 'ice--s i.vUijM and scld. 1 TcLKrao:,K. Alw'ays Wear it At Presi:iast, .Imuer t ten , : at d inneii : il'i'er. ..t times vi'hv.i ,'riukimT '-everagsi, At ne 'nent.s when y ei c.iuueh: 1 . , rn- uivrm tvnt ,tirt- i at:- i--'t !u;r,i woen ilr;ssed up In . ' ii1-. miry Milrt. (Tin n itt? i rcff'nr. IT erinM Street, i. ASHHTON GARHSTY, U6 duiriK s3 reet- H'ad,ju.irters for th, latest Shower Bsth. Am one can atlora to have one Fries f 5n. Ail suidn of FhimbiDii, Gss and -st...ui Fitting. rKl.KI'HONK 'J'l'2-d. Watcrbiiry Ccncrste Co ts now i ten i . 1 I 11 kin, Is .f neret w , ,t k. W .i'ks. I 'nve'.e-n '. in e nt -r 1'onereto I'eliur !''.rs. As. !i i!".im It t'icu. at very I ,v ,i! -es. A I w ik o'r toed flrst-efiss All 'i leil, .fi.it " r-'li's-l tre. SW bank street will t,e t'reiui-t.y atteu.le.l P.M'RIi'K V KROK, .Mttnager. .T.i!ei hone Call -'.' 1J. Old Co and Beaver Meadow COAL As a proof that we are furnishing or.r customers witii 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 ANK STREET. At the Old Office. sty Mor & coal Co N. W. Greenman. Telephone cull 1S3 2. Telephone call A r V - I,,.,.,. ... aml j keeps the largest stock to select from. S. Bolil, Gt SOUTH MAIN ST. Orders by telephone promptly attend!. it H I I!