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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, -NOVEMBER 1 189o.
i Great Values. When You Affects your head, but it Is not therefore A local disease. If it did not exist In jrour blood, it could not manifest Itself in your nose. Whatever Impurities the blood does not carry away, cause wh&fc T70 call disease. Therefore, for aftsurpiJa inhalants, snuffs and other local appli cations can give only temporary relief. Tke true way to cure is to purify your blood by taking a constitutional remedy like Hood's Barsaparilla, which eliminates all Impurities and thus per manently cures catarrh. Bemember Sarsaparilla la The One True Blood Purifier, f 1 ; 8 f or f5. Prepared only by C. I, Hood St Co Lowell, Mass. Hood's Pills EZ J-."1' Learn How and where tp fpend your money to the $jtgtt&tftg4 in buying FUBNITUBE of To Use G$pd jnflcmeat in selecting stock is jrjgt we pride otlpstflfs upon, Eter aim. jfejg to pltaea the eepple. Yonr confidence pnefegained we will try And Not Abuse It, In endeavoring to give the people Of Wfctarbury and vicinity a, place to visit And trade, we have spared no expense. The. Good Thing s Axe 4rJvIng 4llv. Oar 6tock is com. plete, end afcMMi kept op to tfce standard wav Bav d6mmih6d upon. We are fall Of Life ejjJbUioa tot trade. Come inspect cai ifock'e'n d prices. 154 and 150 Grand St3 Waterlbnry. 'A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned' Tii A True When Baring Picture Frames as Anything Else. Our Prices Are the Lowest. Our work Beyond Comparison. a s. CURTIS. 137 0HNK 8TREET. bake Strobel X Go. 18 K. SEAMLESS WEDDING KINGS, etLVERWABE, GLOOKS 4ND STATUARY. Injectors ci 23. Y, H. B. B, R, Watohsa Choice Perfumes OP ALL KINDS Lucien Pratte's Pharmacie Francaise, 234 SOUTH MAE$ ST. Augustus J. Smith, -ARCHITECT.- Flans. Specifications and Saperinten dence of all classes of buildings. ROOM 2, Cohl's block, G5 BANK ST, A. C. Northrop & Co, 27 to 29 pAXAfe St, Watebbtjbt, Manufacturers of Fine Paper Boxes. Dealers in Paper and Twine. PeopI See It The Guiifoile Brothers sell better Jleate, poultry and Provisions, and for less money than they can be had "Over the Bridge." As we have said before, it is silly to go out q Brooklyn District to purchase Food of any kind. We have everything you want right here L. P. & A. II. Corner Bank and South Bfverside streets BROOKLYN DlSTBICT. Joseph A. Jackson, Architect IiUILEY'S BLOCK, WATERBTJRY, and 111 West 125th St, New York. PLANS AND SUPERINTENDENCE jtf all classes of bnildings. Many years Isjccessfnl experience enables me to secure tcr clients tna pest results "with the leas expenditure. It Is the Season For Nut Crackers. Five and Ten Gal lon Eegs. Ash Sifters. Coal Hods. Measures and Faucets, and the Eight Place to get them is at ' - " 85 South Main Street; Wateebuby, ConK. " RB. FIELD. S. A Kingman, C. & U. T. MALONEY. Publisheks. One of the raost protjtable "sUin lines" practiced by foreiiu sharpers upon credulous American citizens, oi both native and foreisrn birth, is the w r ;clajms in chancery'' .racket,, Many housands of dollars annually find their wav to the coffers of these sharks in ondon aud other European, cities, with the usual results, that like these who have bitten before, they have been ooled. Where any idea or. hppe exists in the mindsi of such people, -there is only one safe way to proceed and that is to confine their inquiries in every case o that department of government cover ing such matters in whatever nation the claim is situated, when reliable informa tion will be given. Tiie merchants are preparing for the holiday trade. They expect to do a big business. The large stores are already engaging extra help, preparing for the ush, A little cold weather and we wul wvea prosperous and happy noiida3r season. It eroes without saying mat hose merchants who make the best use of printers' fcik will reap the richest re wards. In this connection it is hardly necessary to dwell on the merits of the Democrat as an advertising medium. It.is read daily by 15,000 people who are ooking for bargains, Nothing indicates the prosperity of a newspaper better than its advertising. A tinner that is well filled with business announcements s read and kept for reference. Captain II. YT. JIow5ate whose wholesale embezzlement o government money was a national .sensation some fifteen years age, having exhausted all egal quibbles, or his money t will this week be taken to the Albany penitentiary to serve the eight-year sentence imposed Upon him by a jury ' tht saw things somewhat differently from, the jury whlch at an earlier date declared hini not guilty as chavged in the first iudict" ments, and confirmed by a decision of he court of appeals against a new trial or him, Notwithstanding Howgate's known guilt, and his known whereabouts during all the thirteen years after he was allowed to escape, justice was slow in overtaking him, and' the sentence im posed upon him light when compared with those given ordinary thieves. Had not Secretary Morton ordered his arrest he would still ha at. libertv. PHRRFNT rOMMFNT Tn vlP.wnf the wohahHltv that Dun- - x ' - i raven is only bluffing about what he calls "sufficient evidence," the members of the New York Yacht club have promptly called his hand. ' Big Tom Eeed will fiud adding the direction of a presidential boom to the duties of czar of the house a heavy bur den for even as broad-shouldered a man as himself to carry. Senator Sherman has now settled him- self down to enjoy the , financial receipts irora ni3 maiden enort as, an author. Unless the ammunition is poor and the mariimansnip worse, rtnere, win pe a heavy killing among republican presi dential- candidates in the near future. HEARD IN PASSING. bo ions: as tnere are nunareas or. men lynched in this christian country every year shot, hanged, burned or tortured to qeatn we cannot aiiora to noiq up our hands In holjr horror at the treat ment of the Armenians by the Turks. When, the southern negro has ' the same civil rights under the law as the white man, we can more consistently criticise affairs tn the orient. New Britain Bee some sentimental newspapers can it a "happy thought" that wedding flowers were distributed -among the tenement house children in New York. But prac ticaliy, fewer flowers and some money and food would have been better and more worthy of commendation. New Hayen Palladium. It is interesting as a contribution to the great and heroic acts done in this epoch that the ride of Father Beglev, the Itoman Catholic priest who . rode on horseback ICQ miles over prairies in twenty-one hours, fasting the "while. that h-e might "give the last rites to a dy ing woman, ispeing chronicled far " and wide. There are plenty of moral and tSJfhJ! tor them. Kew London Telegraph. )im uoroett aeciares reter ,Jiianer is the champion pugilist. Ye are afraid Corbett is a little premature -in making his announcement, as Maher hasn't done any talkincr yet," one of theniost im portant qualifications of a prize fighter Kew Haven TJuion. SECOND THOUGHTS. Intelligence without character.is a can die stuck in tho much The man who, can enduro everything is either a saint or a cur. Those who know little and can do less are the severest critics. One man is all egg and no cackle; an other Is all cackle and no egg Manners should be a varnish, not a ve- the true grain of the wood. Men o intelleot who do not cultivate their powers are like thoee who, possessing large houses, prefer to live In the kitchen. Certain writers seem to tfiink that they are cutting blocks from nafeure'fv quarry yfhile all the time they are only trying to squeeze mud into marble Some people seem toxecken their rate of progress by the noise tney maKe anu tne dust they raise. Wp do not judge a smith by the sound o his hammer nor f carpenr sure juours. THE SENATOR MADE A BLUNDER BY WHICH THE APPLICANT PROFITED. fVhen Senator Blank . Wanted Anything From Secretary Chandler, lie Wanted It Bad How the young Man Was Let Down Easy and Remained. Back in the seventies, when Zach Chandler was at the head of the interior iiepartruent, a young man from one of the western states came to Washington lo try clerical life in one of the depart ments. He had been quite a ward poli tician in, hja western home and imagined both the senators from his state would bo glad to do him a favor. He spent several days taking in the sights of the capital, then went up to the senate one afternoon and sent in his card to faena tor Blank. The senator responded promptly, Jjad the visitor shown into the marble room, and for some time they safe on a sofa together, talking of home news and the home crops. Then tha young man broke tha ice by inform ing the senator just what kind of a place ho wanted didn't care much what de- partment it was fn. Well, I don't know," eaid the sena tor, "Such places are not to be found every day, and there are hundreds here from about every state in the Union looking for almost anything in the shape of an appointment. "Come up to my honse about 8 o'clock tonight," said the senator, "and we'll talk the matter over." Promptly at the appointed time he pulled the doorbell and was ushered in to the library, where he found the sen ator phfScg a cigar and looking over The Evening Star. "Ah, good evening, Mr. J I was just thinking of ypu, ' paid Senator Blank. "I have written a strong letter to Secretary Chandler, requesting him to give yon a position in the interior department" picking pp an unsealed letter f rem his desk and handing it to the young office seeker "and I would suggest that yon call at his office and present it about 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, x cave also manea tne secret tary a little personal note, letting him. know that when I want anything in his The young westerner was bowed out of the room with smiles and a hearty handshake. At his hotel he sat down to think over his good luck. Then he thought of the senator's letter, and pnll- ed it out cf his pocket and read: Dear Chajipik Some time toroorrow niorajng a ypims citizen of niy great an4 glo rious state will call on you with a strong in? clorsement from too for a clerkship. I have no earthly in rarest in hiaa, so I turn him over to your tender msrey. Litt mm down easy, yours, Blank. The young man dropped the letter, and a big sigh struggled up from under his watcii pociset. "1 wonder what he said m the little note ho mailed to the secre- caryr - rnougnc ina young canaiaare. Then he realized that the senator had 6ea the wrong letter, and he at ' ji . ,i n i. xu department the next morning and see what the next chapter would bring forth.. About 10 o'clock the nest forenoon the colored messenger showed a young man into Secretary Chandler's office. "Senator Blank told me last night he had written you and advised me to call on you this morning,?1 said the young gentleman. "Ah, yes," smiled the secretary good naturedly, picking up from his desk an open letter and glancing over it. "Tlio eenator speaks of you in the highest terms, and is very urgent in his request for your appointment. Wait a moment. ' ' And touching a bell he sent his messen ger for .the chief clerk. After a mo ment's conversation with the chief clerk the secretary said : 4 ' You are fortunate. There is a $1 . 200 clerkship made vacant by resignation this morning, and I have ordered your appointment to the place." A month later senator iJiank was walking through the patent office, and in the corridor met the new clerk in his office coat. The senator was surprised and a trifle disconcerted, hut he shook hands with his young friend and said ho was glad to see him thero. , "Well, I m glad to be here," respond ed the clerk. "And, senator,1' putting his hand inside his vest and looking eqnarely in tho other's eye, "right in my inside pocket I keep that little per-: sonal note you thought you mailed to Secretary Chandlertelling him when you wanted a thing you wanted it bad. Explanations were unnecessary. The senator went out of public life and died long ago, but the clerk manages to squeeze along through the hard times on his $1,600 a year.- Washington Star. The First Lesson of an Arab Boy. The very first lesson which an Arab to?""". 5 '.l;. sound very friendly put in that way, but it saves a deal of trouble. Foreign ers dp not understand Arabs. They ask them pointed questions and receive per culiar answers. They construe the an: swers to please themselves, and come away to tell the world that the Arabs aro a nation of liars. They are not a na tion of liars. Perhaps if they should tell the foreigners to mind their own affairs and let them and theirs alone the for- ; signers would understand them better. "Ysmoud," by Henry Willard French, in St. Nicholas. Blenheim. Blenheim is one cf tho biggest and it up are enormous. Tho lato JLJuke of Marlborough used to say that it cost 800 a year in putty, and this may be true, since there is a great deal of glass about the plsqe. -London Tit-Bits. Neutrality is no favorite with Provi- dence, for we are eo formed that 16 Sa i scarpeiy possioie ipr ns to smnq neuter In pur hearts, although w'a may deem t J prndent. to appaar fia in our aptiong,- The Kind You Want Just at the Time you Want Them, Too. Those choice 15 00 to 18 00 SUITS for 11 91. Those great' yalue at 11 00 to 14 00 SUITS for 8 89. We have cut the largest, newest stock in town to clean them off before January 1st. We hare cut the price on three lines of Overcoats. Particulars will be given later. This is the season for under- wear. The "Greatest Values" ever given in cotton or wool, are both combined, will be found in the stock to-day. 90c will buy a whole SUIT. $1.90 vill buy a bet ter SUIT. $2.00 will buy a Jaros Suit of Mi-Rheumatic, That has sold for double those prices. n (jloves Of all kinds, for street driv ing, motprmen, carpenters, far mers, or any kind of wrork, we are giving GREAT VALUES. It is cash that makes the low prices. And our reliable guar antee that makes us new cus tomers every day. N Before you buy, inspect the Greatest - Values (In this city or any other) In underwear, where you are sure oi satisfaction. 80 to 91 Bank Street. Upsoiv Singleton And Go, The C. W. D. Clothiers South Main street entrance through Dodge's shoe store. Still on Bank Street, No's 89 and 91 Bank Street, Waterbury. 183 and 187 Eighth Ave., New York, fnder Hew Bay Windows. St HERE YOU HAVE IT, The latf si styles in Winter Derbys, in J1 the leading styles, at $1 00, 1.50, 2 00. 2 50 and $3 00 in black and brown Win ter Caps. Gloves. Underwear and Gant'a Furnishings. Alo a complete line of Sweaters from $1 00 to S3 00. Examine onr Sweaters at $1.00. Here is a charca for a bcrgain. K-rn'a $2 00 Hat beats tbe world. Every hat "warranted Dot to break. S. M. Kern, 115 axd 117 Soura Mats Stbeet. 2,000 lbs to the Ton, that's onr weight. It's full and ?e craar antee it everv time. We deliver HnaVonlv coal, clean coal, not coal and dirt. We aeai in fuel. Dirt isn't fuel, so va don' sell it. Now's tha time to make a hand some twenty per cent investment by or- J r -r . m . . aenng irom us. xou can t beat it as money savmc purchase. Make it a Doint Vihen yon order to be sura von re cettin coal, full weight, and that you're paying tne lowest marset price tor it. Order of us and your 6olid on all three points. Frank Miller & Go, 11 SUUTH MAIN STREET. Don't Forget We make our own Candy SPECIAL. Home made marsh mallows 13c per box. Also our own cara mels, made daily. A fine line of chocolates and BonBons. Joslest & Allen, 169 Bank .Street, Opp Grand We Have What You Want. Come arid See Us. All Wool as low as $1.00. All Wool as low as Too. Fleece lined as low as 4Sc. Good Heavy Underwear 25a. Hats. "Dunlap," "Knox" and Young's" styles, as low as $1. 1 60, 2 00, 2.60 and 3.00. Our $2.00 Hat is the best made. WALTER M. CONWAY, " 130-132 Bakk Steeet. orse Stoeim V AKD GENERAL pairing Done in Tirstclass Shape r AT 160 Meadow St. Get Your Mason Work and Plastering Done Bight, and Save Money, by G MOORE, 105 Ridge Stbeet, P. O. Box 874. Jobbing neatly executed. Mail orders promptly aiid personally at tended to. Come and See the 5Co.loicicscopo ctt 258 Banfe Street Something entirely . new. From 2 to 11 o'clock p. m. Beautiful views of all the celebrated places in the world. First timft iu tho United States. Change weekly. Admission 10 cents. Penmanship. olley kMm&iW lie Wagon. B Teaches every Pupil to writ a fine, rapid business hand in a course of Sixteen Private Lessons, and KO FAILURES. All kinds of Pen work executed in "the highest dcero of tho Art. 167 Bank Steeet. Are tempted by a mistaken sense of econ- uujjr iv muug wnn yonr last year s clothes, yon ara subjecting yourself to the ridicule of your neighbors; tha advancement in any capacitr, .whether in church, in society or in" the sbors is always obtained by those who look acd dress respectably. Nererin th bit-tory of the Clotbip 'Xradi waf there such an opportunity placed be fore the people, wherby mn, womea and children can dre;s through tha year round in stylish CLOTHING and CLOAKS Od rayments from $1 fo 2 Men especicliy with large families to supi- port una our system tne most con venient, and as a result you wdl find on our boots, foremen, laborers, clerks, mechanics, a!l buying on tha same principle. Do not be deceived by humbug advertise ments to uas tne price, ypu inu? examine the Goods. Our stock is always ready for youx Ju- specnon, ana our prices as cheap as for cash. Oroi lothing : Go, ii -62 BANK STKEET.- Over Ells' Book Store Open Evenings. -or" HELLHANN'S BEER Is For Sale In Every First Class Saloon in Conn. Old Fashioned EootBeeroa Draught Rociiester Brewiog- Co s Lager ON DRAUGHT. ALL TWO STAMP WHISKIES. JAMBS E. WATTS, 150 South Main Street J ones' Portsmouth Ale, Schaefer's Wiener Beer, Splendid Svreet Cider, bottled for family use and delivered to any part of the city. J. W. Hodson, Telephone. 18 Exchange Plaoe, AUSTIN'S STABLE, 59 BEOOK STREET. Headquarters for nice turnouts. First class teams. Carriages all new, '' Horses bought and sold. Telephone. Ho Cheap Labor, M Good Wages. Still we must compete with the Chinese. After Dfcember 1st, our prices will be; Shirt, opsn bacfc, JOo Collar, 2o Cuffs, per pair, WATEBBUJRY STEAM LAUNDEY. E. R. DAVIS & CO, PSOP. 17 0axalt. o nunniTv il Cc UMnniJi. 206 Bank Street. Headquarters for the latest Shower Bath. Anyone can afford to have one. Price $2.50. All kinds of Plumbing, Gas and Bteam Fitting. Telephone 212-6. Waterbury Concrete Cp Is now prepared to do all kinds of Concrete Work. Waiss, Driveways. Cement or Couerete Cellar Floors. AsDhaltuhi Roofing, at very low prices. A 1 work warranted first-class Ail orders J eft at Hirseh's shoe store. 283 Banx street will be promptly attended to. PATRICK PIERCE, Manager. sa-Toloplion e Call 212-12. 1 CN IZL 1 .fJiVK 3.'fJv' pnf ,r' ' 5cfA;: i A CEUSHING WEIGHT Of opinion in our favor as suppliers of all gorts and sizes of hard and soft coal for household and business purposes. We have a reputation to sustain for fair dealing; and we moan keep it up. Give us a trial Leay your orders at 93 Bank stteet City Lumber & Coal Co N. W. Greenman. Yard and Elevator near N. E. depot People's - Market. Spring Lamb, Chicken, Veal, Mutton, Chicago Dressed Beef and Native Beef. The finest quality of Vegetables, always fresh. The "Old Reliable" market is the largest in the city and keeps the largest stock to seject from. ohl, Pbo 64 SOUTH MAIN ST, Orders by telephone promptly attended. A