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KDNEJDAY. OOTOlJfcR 0, 1895.
TRAFFIC IN TANGIER. It Is Iaro nnd Continuous and Appar ently CczuIncVd L'utl-r UifiicuUics. The traffic in Tangier is larfjo and continuous. There is no footpath proper, nnd the foct pascncr has often to pick his way among heavily laden donkcya aud camels, bonietkncs ho is jostled by Jews in dark blue jelubs and skullcaps, Mio distinctive badges of their race; Eometinics Lis progress is stopped by a liurly nero slave, all in white or faded yellow, bearing on his head a tray of bread from the public bakehouse ; some times ho is swept into a miry corner by half a dozen cf the sultan's cavalry, vheso richly caparisoned steeds, flow ing robes, flintlocks or spears, make up altogether un imposing spectacle. Per haps also he may find himself confront ed by a huge packing caso borne down ho street on the back of a donkey and supported on each side by men of color, -ko alarm the neighborhood with shcuts Of "balalc" The most interesting eight in Tangier at least, from an artistic point of view is the sok, or largo market place- for country products. It lies immediately outside the wall in the upper part of $he town and is approached through the old slave market, now converted into a shoeing forge. In the forenoon it is too crowded to bo interesting, but in ike afternoon, when business has some what slackened, scenes cf varied inter est may be observed. Yonder is a water carrier, with large goatskin bag slung over hi.3 shoulder, attracting your attention with the tin kle cf a bell to the refreshing draft he oilers. Here is a gaunt Arab from the HiS mountains, bareheaded, blauk ct draped and Hashing eyed, interview ing with fierce and threatening gestures an obdurate looking Jew, who id evi dently demanding hi.i pound of lkt-.li. Near them is a country woman seated behind a small semicircle of milk jars. Her shriveled, wornout features can bo discerned through the foldo of her coarse haik, which she holds carelessly . together with her left hand, while with her right she lifts the lid from on 3 of the jars. Good Words. ANIMAL CURIOSITIES. Brooklyn briefs. ' Wants, For Sals. To Rent. There will W a lehearsul of the St i Thomas cadet drum corps in the Lyceum j tonight. Then i room for a few more j boys in this organization and those over . twelve years old who wi.-ii to bee me . associated with the society are requested j to attend to-nght s meeting ami see what the otlieers have to say on the matter. Manager .John V. (ialvin of the Brooklyn Dramatic club is preparing a big surprise for Waterbury people on Thanksgiving eve and the afternoon nnd evening following. On Thanksgiving eve he will put on the stage the thrilling comedy, entitled '"Cai-tain Jack, or the Irish Outlaw," which" H sure to be well received. J. M. Sullivan will appear as Captain Jack, and all who wish to see a good picture of Miles OTIeilly clearing bis way through Monroe's ranks on the bridge of Finea shoifhl be present, for the play is full of exciting situations and the cast will be the best that can bo se cured in the city. In the afternoon and evening there 'will be a performance which will interest the young folks and quite a good many of the old ones. too. The title i ''Hear Prince," aud shows a young prince- who was touched by a magic w and and turned into a bear. rl he transformation takes place in presence ot the audience, and the sight ot ine prince as he turns into a grizzly bear is sure to astonish the natives. Manager iialvin would not tell who will appear as liear LTince, but he did say that the part would be played by an' out of town man. TTA:,' n:j-A fVrn.-n - r Vu e k Ar j'ly'o o- U. Cj cury ludl I ! ,-k. .:'i-h h H ,.j,..s Auvih v. W v M i ! ? h ;1 P. . tf il a n H J b a v ; v a. jl 4 :-i t-5 nrAfn crfrl for general h'v.wotlc v Ai-r-Iy ut or.ee to JL r Juhnsta:. . ISaua- turk. 'AX TED. A t.rkTht.enerpetie nan f'.'.W , e v.vek"vh; miery. aj.irs lealiiie-iC. f!!l n.t J-ss. man AdCrt-ss .lj c en'M :d hovtewoi k nut aveuue YXTAXTED. A H f-r central wv Mrs S4, A. MiilM'-J". 3 Chest "iTTAXTF.D I'tirni-le d r on'.. with Hard v in piivate family, vh - re little uirls are. f !? nt. eman and td sm.iU daughter. Au dres Dmochat oiiiee. GRAND OPENING OF a 3 fi 1 1 THE MONTH OF THE ROSARY. Tree Clliubius IJrlb5ts fcheep Eat tuff Par rots aud Shct-ji Tiisit JL.OV13 Sn-.iils. It seem.? almost a stretch of the im agination to think of rabbits climbing trees. Yet in An -tralie. many rabbits liavo someliON." aetjuiivd tko tree climb ing liab:;. In.-ving bcru foivcd, on ac count of the pr other anii'.- t imitate si.r.'rt el on to li:.y. ::.t-.l j feet of e. i .: " ' t an acacia, u:: ' - ; and Pa ;rvtc not at ali a r. had often i'.-.u trace? of tkch trees four, live For a t; rri t ci';) and and remarkably Zc.iland A th claws, and i tu c;c ; and .'i::ralian wnt y A 1 two front 1 1 u hi lied on '.ei;i t lie rjund, - i!.a; this was :o ho i, or r.t lc:'w:i t' t:i the bark y.;rd.-: high, hcrp is another vet the kea of S-pcrinl Icvotiosis in l'ro'' 1 !n All of Uie C':itn)Iie C'hur li-s. October is the month of the rosary and the special devotions ordered by the pope ;m now being said in all the Catholic ehurehes. In his encyclical 'ti the sub ject the pope recommends the otlering up of prayers for the return of the dissi dent churches to Catholic unity and for the sofioning in the early l'ut lire of ad feetings of bitterness felt by them. PJ. GOD h- ro for s d Inquire last house oa r'he 3S.or.-e Tailor Square and I'art liub a s-ystem of dress ei.ttiti. i the t e-t and most iirai-iical sy.siem in the niaiko. drafted wit.li only th ee ma.-urcs. All styles o ?"iiiin or taney waists t-insht. the seamless, daitl ss v:.i-.t. tl. dutli-K uriacess and other, taught at i-a South Main street, room " 31. :J. Dora n. I )TTCK lNrsonss hrv5n.T .ino.vls or wa- t.M i-I,twit lvl)ii-li n.i-.l i-ti-.."tiiiii' Mil !l IVfl the same done- Mvmi.tly and s;ni-faetrily by le vin tl.cir orders at jauty lirotliers' wtore, Kxchaiio i laee. Charles i Brown. rpo BENT. One tenement of five rooms. One of four rooms. Inquire of Owen v- oeds. CO isehool strtet. 'OBALP. The prrcrty on Spring u3 Scovill streets 'Kith f rentage ot li5a tee r. Boovi',1 and is feet on prinf:. The owner v til sell at sacrifice on account of por health, ir rarticul-.rs inquire of Owen Woods. 50 -M'tv 1 st ret "7UP.NISt!EP B003TS' rent Ace' mmoda- tit.Ls r tra-sieids at N si Jefferson s lvt-t. 3Irs Place. I'ioi'iietor. e. U L. . 1 i - m ' l 5 r r-vj TV o r f. f; N ?: on nn. UJ JJ il nnd up CUc- r.nl 7"3 2-:c Wanted Stove Repairing of All Kinds. Assaulted a School T-nt lier. George Siegol of I'airlield was arrested yesterday for a brutal assault upon Wil liam 11. .inith. prineii-al of one of tin district sehools ui that town. iSiogvl's young brother was punished last week for misconduct, and when lie and Ids mother visited the school for an expla nation they were not quite salislled with vhe reply made by the principal, biegel. the ebler, therefore waited until school as out for the day. and he went a. the iceehor savagely. The bitter's face is a Ight. 'i'he accused was released upon .urnishing a I'ond of ijll). take your O d Stoves in f x a ce oDft. Ve Cfirry the Or we vfill cLacp;o for laraest lino of Kan eta and Parlor lleaters in the city. TIMELY TOPICS, k bec-.;me a sheep cater, to ti.'ri article of food New having clnmgi. from a purely vegetable diet. Tho kea has proved a scrkvis source of annoy ance to tho New Zealand herdsmen, and methods have been taken for tho destruc tion of tho species-. These gay colored littlo birds will cat almost any kind of meat, but it is sheep that they prefer. They have been known to kill as many as 200 iu a single, night and havo done serious harm to tho flocks. Tho tradition cf tho island is that at ono time these parrots were unable to ob-' tain their usual supply of vegetable food and that in desperation they invad ed the "drying rooms" and ate whatev er camo to hand, finding sheep meat agreeable. In Iceland almost all the horses are fish eaters, for tho reason that tho grain is scarce there aud fish is plentiful. Iu England sheep are known who delight iu snails. The observation of this fact is not new ; it dates back 150 years. It is well known that a largo number of insectivorous birds become grain eat ers whenever they find that they cannot procure their ordinary diet of insects. New York Wcrld. EXCHANGE FURNITURE CO. BLUE FRONT. 25-27 A DEO IT AVENUE, II. L. pn-TTLEB, A thoroughly experienced teacher gives in Mructioiis in nil English hrances. Lessons given at lni!Kwor at room, d.'y or evening, xccilont oMHrtunity for young ie pie v'rk- iug in shop-, to extend their education at a vk y small exvense. Hooni 1 LI L LEY BLOCK Besiclenee 77 1 iENIX AVE Magnificent Display. Enormous Variety. We place on sala to-day the most suburb line of Far Garments ever shorn in the State. Erry style and quality of REAL FURS Comprising Russian Sable, Mink Astrachftrj Monkey, -Kt-imrner, Persian Lamb, Mountain Lnib, Wocl Ssitf, Canada Seal, Baltic S?al, Electria Seal and Frtnch Gaey. Best Set of Teeth, Fine pold fillirRs, Tetth filled viti silver T-f th cleanfd Tei-th pxtracted. G as or lr administf rrd We neverr wf do tb teeth b f or? f.llin. Teeth extract'd vithout p un, by the u?3 of gs, cr Ryder's Vitalized Air. Grown and Bife VorR a Siaiiv KYDE1VS DESTAL FAR LOUS. DE IP. L. HYBBB. .7 B-uk Sttect. Over AIiss Fitzjfitri'-H's mil1 hi err stor The only der-titt by tfa nauie of HYDE LI in the city. HT'T! BI S 0 . : r : r - H U 'J fi C 1 J X.' 51 1 -t ! 1 DELICIOUS Is th proper word to be used in Ccnniction ;vith tho 7-J nish. Our beef :s wt e ts ve fur f ii 1 1 cflisra- tr.cnts so as to dvfy the knife and try tho teeth.1 I he proper selec tion t f stick and correct . "cutting up'' exp am ihe tati.-f iction which our meats give. FOR YOUR GUIDANCE. Fresh Pork, V.. T. Turner & Co will sell Mason's .uit j-i's. pints twenty-nine cents, nnd ouaris thirty-nine eeuts to-morrow. l)v dohnson of Naugutuek wr.uts a iri t( d housework. sale of crockery now jxoinp: on at ai1 Boston ninety-nine cen' store, any bargains in all lines are e. ed. Follow the crowd and it will aiwavs sde you to the bi store of the Boston . uruiture Co. Bargains in men's winter underwear a Oirran's. They arc closing out their crockery stock. Fennaeker ot ( o make a specialty of children's clot bin i;'. CJirl wanted for general housework lit hi C best nut avenue. Energetic man can secure position fiaying- f a week while learning-. (lermau or KngSish housekeeper wanted. Apply to C il. Cables. A. F. Cowles has a complete line of fall and winter millinery novelties. Ladies are invited to call. Perfect fitting tailor made suit for 810, worth 615, at the Rochester Cloth ing Co. F. II. llanlon, merchant tailor, at 40 Bridge street, is showing a full line oi fall woolens, including Blarney tweeds. Bargain day prices at Cumin's to morrow. There is something to please everybody in the list. Before purchasing a cloak E. T. Tur ner Ot Co have something they would like to show you. Third Anniversary Entertainment and Sociable OF Go.itfcer Encampnsnt, Ho 45, U. O. R M, In Concordia Hall, this evening. P. M. Kanloxi, Cutter It.uIUIIUlU Still.! UilM 16 BRiUGL SIlfciT iDvitea the public to come nnd see his new samples for fall and xviutfr, includ ing pome of Martia Mihonfy's Blarney I wfpds. loucan see the fashion pltte. Cut to any style, guaranteed a perfect fit like pper on the wall. T3 rl "vT" n sJjmjJ. 9 W-'f ivL r a jL i-! W tm Lib 1 nrr & Co JLJL Wi W v. Each of the above come 27, 30, 00 and oG inches loner and 100 to 144 sweep. Some plain and others with combination collar and edging. We offer this elegant assort ment at 25 to 50 percent less than you can purchase the same quality elsewhere. We are giving the people of Waterbir-y who demanded furs of a superior quality a chance of procuring them with out leaving their own city. This is filling a long felt want as we often heard the remark, 'you cannot ot fine furs in AYatcrbury. You may get one or two, but no variety." Here you have a variety larger than any six combined stocks in the state and prices to suit every pocketboek. We mean to have this house known as the leading cloak, suit and fur house of Connecticut. Su perior quality, immense variety and right prices will do it. To trad i3 whrre the one jrice sjs'ui insures your doll-'.r bmin as much as ycur neighbor's dollar. II S THE SAFE TRADING PLACE, J. M. Btirrall t Co, "The Old Reliable." 60 Bank St. UNDERTAKING la all its branches. Telephone to D. 21. St-wart, 101 Frank lin street. Messenger boy to C. E. Seymour, 184 Maple street. Pork Saus-igc, Pork ShouUers, fresh, Rib bsef, Boiling pieces, Shoulder Roasts, Sugar cured hams, Sugar Cured Should. rs, 10 lb tubs pure leaf lard, 10c per lb 8c per lb Sc per lb 0c per lb 3-Gc per lb Sc per lb 11c per lb 9c per lb 80c a tub Choice Creamery Butter, 1 lb prints, 25d 32 lbs per bushel for Rump Tieces, Round Steak, Shoulder Steak, Let: Lamb, Hmdquarter Lamb, Sc-lOc per lb 10c per lb 5 cents per lb 12c per lb 10c per lb THE LABORING MAN'S CASH L I :r xl r I MARKET. CSbn, dnu u Lciitu i iu. n . Corner So Main and Union streets. my store, 26 ITortli ITaAii St. Accept HORSES AND HORSEMEN. What Victoria Could Do. a matter of fact, our sovereigns have rarely taken airy activo part in As Martha Wilkes, 2:08, is now owned by Hon. Charles M. Reed cf Erie, Ta. Tho trotting turf is a healthy institu tion, but it cannot stand hippodromes. Tho 2:06W of John -IS. Gentry was tha politics since Georgo Ill's time, but j fastest milo ever trotted cr paced in Penn- they could stilt do some very astonish- i eyivauio. ing things if they chose. Tho queen could dismiss every Tommy Atkins in Our army, from the commander in chief to tha youngest drummer boy. She could disband the navy in the same way, and sell all our ships, stores and arse nals to tho first customer that came along. Acting entirely on her own re sponsibility, she could declare war against any foreign country, or make a present to any foreign power of any part cf the empire. She could make ev ery man, woman and child in the coun try a peer of tho realm, with the right, in the case of males who are of age, to a seat in the house of lords. With a single word sbo could dismiss any government that happened to be in power, and could, it is believed, pardon and liberate all the criminals in our There is, after all, no room for discus sion as to the pacing championship when Robert J is right. Hal Pointer, in charge of James T. Chambers, is making exhibition miles over half mile tracks. Kansas Wilkes, that recently won a stubborn six heat race at Goshen, taking a record of 2:22a, was sold at ono of tha Jewett sales for SS00. Jamos Gordon Bennett's American mares, Autrain, Helen Ley burn and Grace Simmons, havo practically a walkover in every event they start for in France. Tho maro-Kay S, 2:29, by Spectator, owned by B. A. DeYarmen, O'Neill, Neb., was stolen, and overy effort to locate, her has failed. Here is a "ringer" possibly. J09 W, 2:20M, by Stanton, Jr., has been sold by Charles Burns, Toronto, to go to England. Joo W stands over 17 hands Tbe position the people have laced hiru in, hs their Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher To held this position, at the head of the Clothing trade. Wc can say with pardon able pride, we are prepared to do it. We never win on flukes, fouls or Likes. Our One Price system is a guarantee o square dealing. Every articla sold is war ranted and if not satisfactory, money re folded. This is cur square way of doing business. Nov For The .47 f! A H II 11 Jl il Jails. Theso are a few of the things tho ' and was formerly a 'crk hoise on a farm. queen could do if sho liked, but it is not necessary to say that her majesty never acts in matters of state except on the advice of the government for the time being. London Tit-Bits. C. F. Bates, Now York city, has re ceived a commission to supply a wealthy gentleman in Vienna with a "representa tive' ' pair of American trotting bred car riage horses. Springfield, Ills., under the auspices ot the state board of agriculture has captured a world's record that of pacing teams. Tho record is 2:13, made by Eiiie Pow ers, 2:10M, and Prestoria Wilkes, 2:22i. The Kentucky Futurity for 3-year-old Among them aro What She Would Do. ' "Johnnie, dear," said his mother, who was trying to inculcate a lesson in industry, "what do you suppose mamma Would do for you if you should come to trotters has 41 eligible. her sorno day and tell her that you such performers as Scourine, Pansy Mc loved your studies?" "Lick me for tell- Gregor, Axteloid, Axtelito, Larabie, Ber ing a falsehood," said dear little John- muda GirJ' Impetuous, Boreal, Last nie, with the frankness of youth. Pitts- ghanco, Oakland Baron and others burg Bulletin. Horseman. If there is anything more irrepressible A Stride to Freedom. than a fly interviewing a bald head, it "Which," asked the unsophisticated is tho man who, having once had a let young person "which is the proper ter accepted and inserted in the paper, Bide of a horse for a lady to sit on?" : thinks that tho genius of composition "Both." resnonded the severe lady is inborn with him with tho short hair and seal brown J?! joiners. Cincinnati Enouirer. The total cost of the Tichborne liti ption amounted to 1)1,077 12s. 2d. We prcpos to sell $50,000 worth more Clothing than we did in the fall and winter of '91 We are prepared for it. We shall have the goods to meet the demands. We have to-day to offer at $7.50 Suits and Overcoats that are better made, better fitting and better good3 than others cJer at $10. . How can we ssll Suits at $S .50 that others ask $ 12 for? How was it possible the past six months to sell the Washington mills Clay Wrorsted j-uits at $10 tbat others advertise to sell at $12 but did not sell less than $15 ? How can we sell tbis fall the best Indigo Blue Peacedde Wcrsted Suits at $10, when they are scld in every store in town not less than $15? When the established price of the fine Hair Lined Double Breasted Gray Sawytr Suit is $15 tho world over, how can we tell it for $10? The Children's Suits at $2. 2 50, 3 50, 4 50, 5 00 are wonderful bargains only ob tainable through the largest children's clothiers in the gtate. Five thousan 1 pairs of Boys' Short Pant we offer at 25c and 17o. ' Come to the largest clotbiers and not tie cudest ones. ' ite You can buy a bag of choice Oats, 9G lbs, for $1 00. 80 lb bag, for S5o. 35 lbs choice corned beef, for SI 00. All goods sold cheap by me, acd 1 cash. Ev rybody invited to call and inspect goods and learn prices. N. w 2G end 20 ITorth Main street. IlqPpci n All Ion ii Br f p. "s 0 trip I an H H ii IT i y ii s 142-1-48 South Main Street And 147 Bank Street. Opposite Waterbury National Bank. Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals "will bo received until lUoii'hu evenir.fr. Ueto' er 1 1. lsii.i. at s r. m.. by the Center Sc-ho 1 Li-h u-t committee-, at their ofliee. Room No 2. living lock, iorthe Heating and "Yentilatir;: ami Sanitaries of the ne High school building. Tlans and ppeeifleti ns may be seen at tho oHio of the architect. Joseph A. Jack-on, if 8 li;mk street. City. The right is reserved to reject any or ali of the bids. T. J. Mokax. Ciork. Boston Dentist, DENTISTRY in all its Branches, at moderate prices 1-41 Bank St. Office hours, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. ra. Sundays, from 8 a m. to 4 p. m. . ID Xs Walters. ay Ci!. .T E Lj3 try t . r, ;! i, , s. ) 1 a a 308 North Main Street. Tuesday, Cct 8, at 10 a. n. This ti a load' of very fine horses con siFlirg or tatched pairs, family, farm aud drrdt horses. Eelow is the dt-sciipiion of some of them: - One bay marc, 7 ycc.rs old. wtigh.n 1,010 Irs; one pair of well mtched grey mares, 5 tnil 6 ycers, weigh 2.20 lbs, well broke n doubla atd sicgle and ftlways been together; one blck mare, 5 y-ears, 1'cighs 1,150 lbs, an extra eood bitchfr; OU3 Dice b3j raare, chunk, G yenr?, v. . l,iu ; lb-"; onerotm mire, 6 years, 1,100 lbs, r.nd a geed tiiiwr; one pr.ir cf lirowa cuufjts, G and 7 yers. weigh 2,F.lK lb.-; ono gy horse, nice block, 5 Tfnr.-i, wtighs 1,32 lbs; one bkcl; mnre, 5 j car, w i-bs 1,323 lbsjonebiy m ire, 0 years, vreins 1,05l' on grey pacer, ' Gray E-Jle sices,"' years eld, 1.CS0 Ib-s; oLo bre wn m ;rr,G ytars, weighs 1 075 lbs f.r.d vs-ry cl -vcr; ont bay ruare, G years, ard a gocd ' ttf p- ptr, vreibs 1,100 lbs; one rice tlncu mare, family broken, 7 years, weighs 1,100 lbs, tstrit gocd cne; also another race family jnare. iron prey, -5 year?, weighs 1,210 lbs; one pnr of wdl matched brown mares, G .nd 7 years, vrtigh 2, GOO lbs; also 12 other nice horses weighing from 1,000 to 1,500 lbs. gocd drivers and workers. Th people cf Waterbury know I buy the finest hcrfcfs that c m be f nnd in tho country and these fire equally as p-cd as any I havo sold this t?c-a3on. Ertiy horse pohl Mitn a full grwirants e and two d:ys" trial given and if not a, repre sented can be returned ax.d money re funded. Sale to take place ram or shine acd to begin promptly at 10 o'clock. i V9 Dr F. R. Patzolrl. - ourgeorv Dervtist Fine oold and silver : I fillings a specialty. 'V'VV.I A lor. Ann nrA A oml bridge work. Satisfaction puauanteed or money refunded. Very moderate prices. Consultatton in English and German. Open EveniDgs. WHITE BUILDING, OPP P. O. 90 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn. A.VfCastle, Prop. r3" Everything always of the be-t at lowest prices the YEAR AROUND. Yoitr oods Deliver e A Free for the a:-kino;. p-3Ttlephona. Th? Automaton Piano i . .ii ; U many w rs Jarful iuvEutioaai of th-' i-iaivteiT.th century ft-w, if atsy, ar& dt'-nnfd t.i lc.wo tuch aa iuueliblo im nrti n. cr esiteiB srsch an unmistAfc- ni l t . ir.fj vi-iico on tha home and musical j culture ci the present ci-nvratioa. Ilia Sdf Flaying- l iizo ! By in ran of a siugle attachment which j c:iu be fitte d to any pi .no, thousands of 1 p.opb? tinjkhlri to play my cultivate and J krmfy tbir tarste for nia-ic. Cdl at our ! w.ir;-rocm3 and see aud he-ar this wonder ful t iano. v ft I 170 hank S.rtet. G!!t Edge : : FOR SALE : : One horse, sound all over, six years old ne cheap horse, four busiuesa wasrons. one cart one phaeton, sis sets of harness. Must resold at oneo. Apply to B. SPIRO, Rear 31N Franklin Street, Parsons' Barn. Butter, 23c pound, 41-2 lbs for S1.00. Butter House, 117 South Zlxiz. Street. Boston If Short 5 ' Pounds of Big Plump California RAISINS ri This Week Only He Waterbury Grocery Go, Importers and Fancy Grcccrs, 1G3-5 BANK STREET. 4 vacations For Busy People By the B.autitul New Steamship.! of THE OM Bomia!oa Line To v OLD T-OIN T COM FORT, (II;. -f i.t Ilatrl ) cr VIRGINIA BECII. andRsturn, . (Piit.cess Aune Hotel.) May be made for (Hq Old Point Comfort 16 V1 vpiO Virginia Beach 17 - Inclrding Erery Expense Of Meals and Bertbs tn route, and a day nnd a qunrtf r's bcaid at titner hotel. These trip are ideal, as a considerable rction is made thronh th qit-watera of tha fam K AMP TON ROADS, acd thrt U little likeiih -"d o; t-.'-jif-ickoess. AUo tiost ts on salo v;itb -rivilega of rs turrit u bv rail. Write f or particulars of these and other dtrhghtrui trips to E. D. ManTraringi - 1529 ilEArow Steeet, F. N. RArKETT. N. Y . N II & U Dapot, Waterbury, Conn.