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WATERBURT; EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEIQ SD A Y, NOVEMBER 20, 189o.
nnn Metit wins, and Merit has rut only placed Hood's Sarslpa rilla at the head of all medi cines but has practicilly given it, as a bleod purifier, pos session of the whole field. Sarsaparilla Wins because It Cure6. It Cur because it purifies, vi talizes and enriches the blood. Disease cannot resist its potent powers. Health comes at its persuasive bidding. I - you need a good medicine, get Hood's and only Hood's. Xrpred by C. I. Hod 4 Co., Lowell, Mass. fl. rfood' car alllirer His fls S "ill S ftr-dlnner pill s. Learn How and where to spend your money to ths best advantage in buying FURNITURE of t Jl grades. To Use ' Good iudstnent in selecting stock ii what we cride onrnlfs tipon. Etf er aim ing to pfease the people. Your 6nflfiehce once gained we will try And Not Abuse It. In endeavoring to give the people cf Witerbuty and vicinity place to viaifc and trade, we have spared no expense. The Good Things Are arriving daily. Oar stocit is com. nlete. and always kept up to the standard we hare dtterhined upon. We ere full Of Lifo And ambition for our stock and prices trade. Gome icspsot MNGMAN, 154 and 156 Grand St, Waterbury. "A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned." Tis As True When Buying Picture Frames as Anything Else. Our Prices Are the Lowest. Our work Beyond Comparison. R. S. CURTIS. 137 BANK STREET. Lake Strobe! L Go. 18 K. SEAMLESS WEDDING RINGS, SILVEEWAEE, CLOCKS AND STATUARY. Inspectors of N. Y. H. E. B. B. Watches. Choice Perfumes OF ALL KINDS Lucien Pratte's Pharmacie Franeaise, 234 SOUTH MAIN ST. Augustus J. Smith, - ARCHITECT. - Plans, Specifications and Superinten dence of all classes of buildings. BOOM 2. Bobl's block, 65 BANK ST. - A. C. Northrop & Co, 27 to 29 Canaij St, Watebbuky, Manufacturers of Fine Paper Boxes. Dealers in Paper and Twine. People See It. , The Guilfoile Brothers sell better Meats, Poultry and Provisions, and-for less money thah they ean be had "Over the Bridsre." As vre have said before, it is silly to eo out o Brooklyn District to purchase Food of any kind. We have everything you want richt here L. P. & A. H. Guilfoile, Corner Bank and South Riverside st'ovts, EnooixtN District. Joseph A. Jackson, Architect LIELEY'S BLOCK, WATEEBURT, and 117 West 125th St, New York. PLANS AND SUPERINTENDENCE of all clssees of buildings. Mtny' veyrs eucceeslul experience ea1les no l socm tcr clienU the best results vrih the left xpwaditoo. It Is the Season For NutOxkj's, Fire an4 Tei Q-tl-Ion fegs. AA Siftdts. Gj Hods. MTOsurttand Fucoi4. td tliaRipht Place to get t & is at SS SOVTH MAX9 8t5IT. F. B. FIELD. S.A 7 C. & 21. T. U4LOiEY. ru3t,isnin.s. Ax entcrpridie London daagr, prompted by fsmething of the genius hich in$res (ho comnftcrci.il nancies iu rating the flnnc!4l standing of bou nces men, Is credited villi ltepin a carefully compiled list of Amiritan heir esses, witli the possible lutunes they are to obtain at their marrUf e.' Erep tional cases of happiness have been re ported ns the result of titled foreigner marrying American heiresses, but they aro not by any means as numerous as the cases of the other kind and it Vf ill be a good thlPgfor the rich, girls of the United States when they learn that the sensible sovereign American citizen is better any day in the week than the dis sipated scion. There is no higher type of nubility than true manhood, and tfce American heiress does not have to le.-rYe her own country in order to find it. Vc trust this idea will receive such general recognition in the United States hereafter that the match-making London dowager will find her occu pation gone and realize that it is more profitable to send her matrimonial directory to the junk shop than to keep it posted for the information of the splen- i did spendthrifts who hope to recoup their shattered fortunes by marrying Ameri can heiresses. - "Wholesale abuse of the franking privilege caused it to be wholty abolished for a long time. Although only existing in a modified form for the last few years, there is no doubt of its having been abused. It is known that the republi can campaign committee used it to send out documents that were not" f rankablo during the congressional campaign of last year and the last presidential cam paign. But a case has recently come to the knowledge of Secretary,. Morton that individuals have also been abusing it to their own profit. The case will probably be referred to the attorney general in order to see whether any legal wrong ins bcendone. It cametto the knowledge of Secretary Morton that a second hand jook dealer was selling government pub- ications and giving congressional franks o those who wished to mail them. An employe of the department of agriculture was sent to purchaso one of these publi cations and obtain ono of the franks. He easily did so. The frank bears a rubber stamp fae-slmile of the signature of ex Representative TomL. Johnson of Ohio, and the book dealer clAims that he came egitimatelj- by them and acknowledges to have used a considerable .number of them sending books through the mail for his customers. It has been ascertained that It is a common practice lor the clerks of senators and congressmen to sell government publications to book dealers and to furnish congressional franks for nailing them. CURRENT COMMENT. Senator Gorman takes his defeat phil osophically, as he did his ma'rir vic tories. i ; i i . One democratic jiartymay possibly elect a president, but if there are to be wo democratic parties in the field it will be a waste of time for either to nominate a national ticket. m HEARD IN PASSING. The control of the ew England bv the Consolidated rnetns A beneflt to the people. It nests bettor raanagement all around Better road bed, better cars, more prompt service, better time, more traint-in fact everything to the better accommodation of these who patronize the Xew Encrland rotd. VS think it is a fortunate thiar that the New England has been taken out of the hands of men who ran it for the benefit of men who will run it for the benefit of the stock holdefi and their own pockets. People may expect to see a marked improve ment in every department, ana that at once. Ansonia Stntinel. v'-,' - The improvement ia business is having its effect on affairs matrimonial. There is a notable Increase in the number o those matinsr. Some social philosopher has declared that the ratio of marriages is governed bthe price of wheat. 2iew Britain liee. The horseless carriage has already shown one defect it will stick in, .-.the mud. It will never do, therefore, as substitute for the army mule. On the other hand, it may be a potent agent in the rood roads movement, fotv, since i must have a a firm highway to travel on the people who wish to use it 'will "be obliged to exert their influence in f fiat direction. New Haven Union! . ; o LATTER DAY PROVERBS. No man wants his exact! Ceiserts,' Evssy Is a f&llur at something. JXc$ yoodta9ln,'U3a3--tcyourBalf. EIiMft itiiif bta i$ $.rts chanc to fly. . BJ&fctr r&&gza-hlg9sii from tbo VjlSS&ar a Trojan jlsthe (error heroes Crt2oltj ruins nrcro reputations ,ovty 1, to ani. but 5bf jgrgnyO o3 sftciwr to tho uncle Jt ifco Isrter is ojt tbrce ? m In SS56l. . , ; X9 snrtilFil sj,h3ttrtRt doeoi6 noc sariiy tnean ffca irs2rrti!t id tii ssh. pr't Anrwtf A foci occrdi3f to his fon fcwsar 0ccmling to hi size. Tli frtsjwrl tenta?J!le wsnlt ot love at flr;t siihb Wiid nodtti t frrftifv lfve in PT5S!MI5TiO LASOUCHEP.E. Ie TMnfcs lh "TtacSple of Perersly Gd4u All fTpriments of JJfo. It h ten obserrtd from time ira- Erto''?lai that a curious perversity of llMete so ff9 have been accustomed to cta!ir it generally provides ono ort of -wwther to match a precisely op posite ffett of clofchimr. Thus a walking jttsk vlll generally attract rain and an umbrella will produce sunshine. Idcd toe principle of perversity go?Ris ctoy department ci lire. Bsxutl fftawuno bo necessary it will bo wit. .DocTuaears of no importance are ersr mislaid, vo invariably meet the whora wo aro anxious to avoid jfjd at Inssa wo especially wish to J3tt. A woman generally loses her h4rt to the wrong man ; a man gener ally merrs tbo wrong woman. Every ce will'bo able to add to theso exam ples nlaaost indefinitely from personal eapgricaee. tTkere arc no accidents whatoyer iu flfe. Modern science has established thai ctbtt incident is governed by an in- ymrtablo law. Careful observation and he rtrtdy of statistics proyo beyond tho possibility cf doubt that clothes do very materially influence weather, a discov ery which shonld be invaluable not only to the farmer, but to every member of tho community. Recent science, moreover, has erro neously adopted the theory of tho surviv al cf the fittest. The primal law which governs every circumstance of lifo is the survival of tho unfittest. For in stance, if a man is to inherit a fortune from a relative, the latter will survive to extreme old age. In literature and in art the man of talent fails, the charlatan attains fame. In finance and in com merce the swindler makes a fortune and becomes fashionable, tho honest man is driven into bankruptcy. An enemy is sure to flourish. The pattern Sunday Bchool boy is cut off in his youth ; the truant grows to manhood, marries hap pily and dies respected and regretted by all. The worthy youth never marries tho woman he loves; she marries his utterly worthless rival. London Truth. IMPRESSIVE GLITTER. The Metallic Splendor of the Diplomatic Corps on Few Ter'a Morninc. Washington's most picturesque fea ture, the diplomatic corps, never geta in to action until tbo reception at the White House ca New Year's day, al though the individual members will bo seen out in eooietv for a month or more before the recognized social season. At the New Year's reception, however, the diplomat oome out strong, and the pro cession of tho members of tho foreign legations and embassies from tho White Homo to the homo or hotel of ths secre tary of etate, whero tho diplomatic breakfast is served, is on a of the gala sights of the year. Many of the popula tion of Washington stay up all night in order to get a place on the White House fenoa where they may seo the procession pass as soon as it has been received and properly attended to by ths president. After thia reception the entire organi sation lines up and puts out on foot for tha home of the secretary of state. As th&y pass from tho White House grounds in their glittering raiment they are the showiest things in Washington and worth coming miles to seo. The lowli est attache in the crowd will give cards and spades to tho most showily dressed drum major in the country and will win out with ease. They have gold laco and bullion strung all over them, whilo tho aigrets, plumes, epaulets, cords, tassels and ribbons of any ono legation would Etock a millinery store. Such is the ef fect of . this aggregation of beauty and valor on the great American crowd gathered without tho gates that every man in it utters at somo timo whilo tho procession is passing, with contemptu ous emphasis, the remark which occurs oftenest in tho narrative of the adven tures of Chimmio Fadden. Indianapo lis Journal. The Sacred and Symbolic Palm. From the yery earliest times tho palm tree has been recognized as a symbol "of victory. Among tho Greeks and tho Romans palm branches were nsed to decorate the buildings , and streets of their cities in honor of the retnrn of a victorions army. This custom appears to have been taken from tho eastern nations, but from vr hat one in particu lar no ono now knows. At a very early age the Hebrews were accustomed to carry palm branches on all occasions of rejoicings. This custom having been observed on the entry of Christ into Jerusalem, thetreohas come to bear a special symbolism among Christians. Tho primitive church nsed it to express tho triumphs of the Chris tian over death through the resurrec tion. As early "as the second century A. D. it became tho custom to carve palm branches on tho tombstones cf these who had died for the faith, and abont tho Rime time all pictures of mar tyrs were figures holding representations of palm branches in their hands. Bt Louis Republic. Baronets Rothschild. - Tho Baroness Rothschild paid a pret ty If somewhat exaggerated compH aafent to a prima donna tho other day. Sh iat!t.d the young lady to dino with ihsrand alH? dlnaei- asked her to try Iht iv$c of hr piano. Not a sound caw ttfsrsx the keys .when touched. "I Had tfi Jiltrattsent unstrung this morn ing. 4miftile," said the baroness, "tbtt yoti might seo that the only pleas ure t promised myself from your pres ence &ls $vning was the pleasure of TT .y. "-London Tit-BiU Lawful. Cf iiS9oebik Is pitching pennies con'sidcred gambling? Yeast Yes, I believe it is. "VTell, tee a New York dry goods Btm bus two flsti6 ffirnntains a trfictioos.M "Cwinly." "Wrt!, whj do they Allow them to throw up a seent?" YouVors States man, . Great Values. 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 value 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 have cut the price on three lines of Overcoat 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 ihe 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 Anti-Rheumatic, That has sold for double those prices. oves Of all kinds, for. street driv ing, motormen, carpenters, far mers, or any kind of work, we are giving GKEAT VALUES. It is cash that makes the . low prices. And our reliable guar antee that makes us new cus tnmers every day. Before you buy, inspect the Greatest - Values (In this city or any other) In underwear, where you are sure of satisfaction. 89 to 01 ank Street. Upson, ThoC. 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 Eishth Ave., New York. Mer sew- ay in Q Singleton And Co. (MOWS 1 1 ii- HERE YOU HAVE IT. Tho latest etjles in WinUr Derbvs. in all the leading slylg, it $1 00, 1.50, 2 00, 2 50 &sd $3 00 in black and fcrovn Wia- terCaps. Qlavu, Undervear and Oe&t's ForDi3t:inj8. Alto a complete liua of Sweaters from $1 00 to &3 00. Examine our Sweaters at $1.00. Hera is a chanca for a bf-rgalta. Krn'a (2 00 Hat beat the world. Ererv hot varranted Dot to break. S. M. Kern, 115 and 117 South Main Stbeet. 2,000 lbs to the Ton, iaai s our weient; it s tuii and we guar 1 1 1 a . i m antee it every time. Wa deliver Ooal.oaly coal, clean coal, not ooal and dirt. We deal in f nel. Dirt ien't faal, so we don't sell it. Ncw's the time to make a hand some twenty per cent investment by or dering Xroni us. iou can t beat it aa a money savins purchase. Make it a point when you order to be aure you're getting cord, full weight, and that you're faying tne lowest market price for it. Order of us asd your solid on all three points. Frank Millers, Go, . 11 SOUTH MAIN STHEET. 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 ot chocolates and Bon Eons. Joslin & Allen, 169 Bank Street. Odd Grand We Have What You Want. Come and See Us. XJndervxrear . All Wool as low as $1.00. All Wool as low as 75c. Fieece lined as low as 48a. Good Heavy Underwear 23c. "Dunlap," "Kbox" and "Young's" gtylea, ss low as $1, 1 50, 2 00, 2 60 and 3.00. Our $2 00 Hat ia the best made. WALTER m. CONWAY, 130-132 Bask Stbeet. Horse Shoe! AND GENERAL epairing Done in Eirstclass Shape AT 160 Meadow St. Get Your Mason Work and Plastering Done Uight, and Sire Money, by G MOORE, 105 Ridoe Street. P. O. Box 874. Jobbing neatly executed. Mail orders promptly ud personally at tended to. - Come and See the Kaleidoscopo CLt 2B8 Bank Street. Something ervt're'y new. From 3 m it oNek p. m. TJoJiutirul views rt ail Bie celbr4 pUces la the world. Jim tlm U e; Vutd States. Change Vreekl?. Artatn centc. Penmanohip. Prof. Holloy Tenohw every tafl if trrit a fice. rapid b"s! 1j the Art IC7 Ca:;xt Stjiet- ag Wagon R eft-.ons, a v. iAiuiu. ai: Kino or Pen vMrit CTttfcUtea m 'iO uifitiet djrroo of When You Are tempted by a mistaken sense of econ omy to get along with yotir last year's clothes, you are tubjictiag yearielf to the ridicule of yanr Btijhbora; the advancement in aty eapacitv, whether in church, in society r i&'tht skepg is always ebtelned y that who lok and dress reapectably. NiTer la tha history of (ha Ciotaiag 'trad was thr re each an portunily plaead be fore the people, wheraby men, woroea and children can dren threogh tha year round in atyllah CLOTHING and CLOAKS On paTBaenfs from $1 to $2 pfr week. Men espeeiUlv with large families ta fcnp port find our aystem the moat con venient, and a a result you will find on our boois, foremen, laborers, clerks, mechanics, all buying on tha same principle. Do not be deceived by humbuj advertise ments to judc tha price. You must examine tne goods. Our stock Is always ready for your in spection, and Our prices as cheap as for cash. Credit : Clothing : Co, 62 BANK STREET. Over Ells' Book Store Open Evenings. HELLECANN'S BEER Is For Sale Ia Every First Class Saloon in Conn. Old Fashioned RoDtBecron Draught. Rochester Brewing Co s Lager ON DBATJGHT. ALL TWO STAMP "WHISKIES. JAMES E. WATTS, 150 South Maiu Street. J ones' Portsmouth Ale, Schaefer's Wiener Beer, Splendid Sweet Cider, bottled for familj uas and delivered to any part cf the city. J. W. Hodson, Telephone. 18 Exohange Place. AUSTIN'S STABLE, 59 BKOOX STREET. Headquarters for ales turnouts. First class teams. Carriages all new. -f Horses bought and sold. Tbxephoke. Ho Cheap Labor, But Good Wages. Still w must compete with the Chinese. After Dceber 1st, our prices will be: Sliht. cpin back, I0o Collar, 2o Caffs, per pair, 4j WATERBURY STEAM LAXJNDKY, E. &. DAVI5 & CO. PROP. 17 Caxal St. ASHTON S GARRITY, 2Ub Bank otreet' Headquarters for the latest Shower Bath. Anyone can afford to have one. Prioe $2.60. All liindd of Plumbing, Gs an? Steam Fitting. TEUSPnOss 212-6. Waterbury Concrete Co . Is now rrepnredtodoaU kinds of Concrete Work. Waiis. Drifreways. Cement or Coucreto Cellar Floors. AsMiMtum Booflne. at very low prices. 11 wwlt wdrrnted flrst-class All orders Uft at Hirpeh's shoe store. 283 Banlr street will be promptly attended to. PATRICK PIERCE, Manager. ta-TolrliDH9 Call 212-12. IX A CRUSHING WEIGHT Of opinion in our favor as suppliers ot all sorts na SiEfts oi. nara ana, son coai ror a rcputtttiots to sustain for fair lealing. and we mean a kes ti up. Oive us a trial. Xeave your orders at 9J Sank street. ity Lumber & Coal Co N. W. Greenman. Yard nni 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 select from. S. BofoL, G l SOUTH MAIN ST. Ord:s by teljbn promptly atteadftd.