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WATERBUIIY EVENING DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 189o.
Appears In a hundred different lorms, such as Running Sores, TVhite Swellings, Eruptions, Boils, Pimples, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, etc. The only cure is in making Pure, Rich Ilood's Sarsaparilla makes pure blood and has never been equalled as a cure for Scrofula. Cases considered incurable, and given up by physicians, yield to its wonderful purify ing, vitalizing powers, in fact, Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier, f 1 ; 6 forfo. Prepared ouly by C, I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass. I jj DSIIrBrft eetitle, mild, eflfec riOOQ S rl I IS live. All druggim. 25c. Don't You Think Your Thanksgiving Turkey would relish better from a new Exten sion Table, and would you not Bit more comfortably, on our new etyle Dining Chair? Throw away the old pieces or give them to the poor and try some new ones. Up to date in Style at moderate prices. We have good assortment. CASH OE CREDIT, . A Kingman, 154 and 156 Grand St, WaterTbury. 44 A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned," Tie As True When Bujlngj Picture Frames as Anything Else, Our Prices Are the Lowest. Our work Beyond Comparison. R. S. CURTIS. 137 BANK STREET. Lake Strobel X Go. 18 K. SEAMLESS WEDDING RINGS, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS AND STATUARY. Jngptatoreof N. T. N. E. 3. R. Watches. Ghoioe Perfumes OP ALL KINDS Lucien Pratte's , Pharmacie Francaise, m SOUTH MAIN ST. Augustus J. Smith, - ARCHITECT. - ' Plans, Specifications and Superintend 9ce of all classes of buildings. BOOM 2, Jtohl's block, 65 BANK ST. A. C. Northrop & Co, 27 to 29 Casal St, Wateebuby, Manufacturers of Fine Paper Boxes. Dealers in Paper and Twine. For Thanksgiving " Special supplies of native Turkeys Ducks, Geege and Chickens, Partridge find other game. Fruits and vegetable, ITutB Rod Candies. Pie Timber of all sorts. . Butter, Eggs. Cheese, Canned and Bottled Table goods. Staple and fancy groceries, and every thing of the kind Buy in Brooklyn and buy of L. P. k A. LI. Corner Bank and South Riverside Bbooxlyh District. streets Joseph A. Jackson, Architect LTLLEY S BLOCK, WATEEBURY, and 117 Wst 125th St. New York. PLANS 4ND SUPERINTENDENCE cf all classes of buildings. Many' years successful experience enables me to escura fcr clients the best results with the least expenditure. It Is the Season For Nut Crackers. Fivo and Ten Gal lon Kegs. "Ash. Sitters. Coal Hods. Measures and Faucets, and the Bight Place to get them lst 88 South. Majn'-Pteket. Watkbdubx. Cbsp. F. B. FIEkD. 9I) C. & M. T. MALONEY. Pctjusheis.' j Keiu Hardifs discovery that the trolley has docreaseil the demand for oats in this country- 5,030,0)0 bushels a year may be correct, but what is he going to do about it? It would be inter esting to know if it is a part o Mr. Han dle's Socialistic programme to banish the trolley and bring back the old-fashioned horse cars in order to restore the demand for oats. Xot another bond will be issued by the administration, until the republican congress has had an opportunity to ex tricate the treasury from the embar rassment into which it was forced by republican legislation. This can be ac cepted a3 absolutely authentic, even should the demand become much greater than it has been for the past few days. It may not be true that the republicans ' f.. are trying to force another bond issue before Congress meets, but it is true that they would be glad to see one a big one as it would at the same time relieve them of the responsibility of pro viding for the needs of the treasury and furnish them with a new peg upon which to hang fresh abuse of the administra tion. It is not a subject for smiles, but it will not be strange if President Cleveland indulges in a few grim smiles as he pens that portion of his message to congress calling attention to the needs of the treasury. If such language were per missible in so dignified a document as a president's message he might be imagined as writing: "Your party put the treas ury in a hole ; now the country expects you to at least lend, a helping hand towards pulling it out CURRENT COMMENTS Let European nations make as many alliances as they please to deal with the Turkish or any other question, there is no good reason for tho United States be ing a party to any of them, while good reasons are plenty for our -keeping out of "entangling foreign alliance's." Secretary Morton says, in his annual report, "mat tne DanKers, railroad com panies, manufacturers and merchants, and not the fanners, make up the real debtor class of America." '' Buzzards will always be found in the vicinity or carrion, ine lobbyists are already flocking to Washington in antic- pation of the spoils that may be picked from the legislation of a republican con gress. Mr Harrison denies having made $100, 000 by speculating, with all the vim of a man who is afraid of having his leg pulled by republican strikers. HEARD IN PASSING. As it looks now, every member of the 896 couucil, w ith the possible exception of one or two holdovers, will be either a member of. the A. f. A., or in full sym pathy with that organization and subject to its commands. Alerideu Journal. jonn Sherman may notrnaye. Deen as near to a nomination ior president in 18S0 as he thought he was, but he deals mildly enough with the late President Garfield, in saying of him thatthe had a 'lack of moral steadfastness and depth of conviction." Hartford limes. Secretary Thrasher of the Law and Or der league has perhaps pome 4o think, ebcause or a recent event;- that the reason why he did not- get $5,000 from the state during the last general assem Dlv was oecause tne most oi tne mem bers were Cougregationalists who don't believe in "spving." Xew Britain Rec ord. SHORT SERMONS.; Men often make up in wrath what they want in reason. Alger. Fashion Is for the most part nothing but the ostentation of riches. Locke. He submits to be seen through a micro scope who suffers himself to be caught In a fit of passion. Lavator. When on has no design but to speak plain truth, he may say a great deal in a very narrow compass. Steele.-v. Any ono may do a casual act of good nature, but a continuation of them shows it a part of the temperament. Sterne. Every man is an original and solitary, character. None can either understand or feci the book of his own life liko himself. Cecil. Have pationco awhile. Slanders are not long lived. Truth is tho child of time. Ere long aho shall appear to vindicate thee. Kant. Would you Kill the weeds in your gar den, plant it with good seed. If tho ground be well occupied, thero will bo less need of the hoe. A. Fuller. Despise not any man and do not spurn anything, for there is no man who hath not his hour, nor is there anything that has not Its placo. Rabbi Bon Azni. If the prudence of reserve and decorum dictates silonco In some circumstances,1 In otners prudenco of a mghcr order may justify us in speaking our thoughts. Burke. GASTRIC JUICE. Two or threo cloves cooked in tho tomato sance and removed before serving add a pleasant flavor. A ham Is greatly improved if, after be ingr boiled, it is wrapped in buttered paper and baked for an hour. A cholco orange, both peel and pulp, sliced and covered with fragrant, hot toa, makes a beverage fit for the gods. A too rapid boiling ruins the flavor of any tntice. It must boil once, but should never do moro than simmer afterward. Tho process cf toasting is said to induce a peculiar chemical chango in the bread, giving it a more appetizing flavor as well as certain valuable properties. Cabbage should never be boiled with corned beef. It renders both unwhole some. They should be boiled apart, and I then served together. If dosirca. Uotr- Wall Taper I Mado. . 16 is very interesting to go through a wall paper factory and follow the proc esses cf manufacture. The designs are tho first things observed. Formerly there was a scarcity of these, but now there is a flood, and a manufacturer mast exerciso much artistic taste and business ability in making selections. One was submitted to a New England manufacturer recently by a woman, who stated that it was dictated by spir its. The least that can be said of it is that it was not desirable. Various designers have different spe cialties some flowers, others architec tural ideas, etc. and" of recent years architects have devoted many of their spare moments to originating wall pa per designs. A complete design consists of three pieces side wall, border and ceiling. The general width of patterns of the side wall and ceiling, a used in tho trade and manufactured hy American machinery, is 18 inches, and the length of the repeat in the pattern is either 11 or 14 ?I or 17 H inches, as suggested by the character of the design, the shorter repeats being the most satisfactory to tho trade in general. Many of the best effects are produced in papers containing only iour ro six colors, but as many as 20 or 23 ara eometimes used. Each color and shade in a design means a separate roller to tli3 manufacturer. Philadelphia Times. A Traveled Clieck. A merchant at Ionia, Mich., paid a debt due a Detroit merchant with a check on the First National bank of Io nia. Tho Detroit merchant deposited the check in his Detroit bank, which hap pened to havo no Ionia correspondent. The Detroit bank sent it to its Chicago correspondent. Why? Probably because their Chicago balance was low and they would collect it at par. The Chicago bank sent it to a AIu3kegon bank, its nearest correspondent to Ionia. The Muskegon bank sent it to its Grand Rapids correspondent. The Grand Rap ids bank had no Ionia correspondent, but eaw that its Detroit correspondent was the correspondent of the First National bank of Ionia, on which the check was drawn, so it sent it again to Detroit. Tho Detroit bank then forwarded it to Ionia, its destination for payment. JH find this check passed through six banks, being in transit 11 days and traveled 836 miles. Taking into consideration the postage paid 12 times by the differ ent banks, the stationery used and the time occupied by clerks in doing the business, it would seem that if a short cut for the collection of checks can be devised it would pay to adopt it. Chi cago News. Napoleon's Sliffht to Tlus VII. In due time the venerable traveler reached Fontaineblean. As the pope had come to Paris and the emperor had not as of old gone to Rome so by another reversal the prodisral son had this time come out to meet his spiritual father. He was in hunting costume, and seemed by accident to meet the pope's carriage as it traversed the forest. Against his loud protestations the successor of St. Peter alighted with satin shoes and robes of state upon the muddy ground. But the emperor, though a prodigal, was not renentant. for after his first effusive greeting little acts of contemptuous dis courtesy such, for example, as himself taking the seat of honor in tho carriage which they entered together showed that this late successor of Charles the Great was no second Henry IV, who thought a crown well worth a mass, but an Otto or a Henry HI, determined to assert th secular supremacy against any assumption recalling the pretensions of Gregory VII. Professor W. M. Sloane's "Life of Napoleon" in Century. Literature and Harmony. Mrs. Strephon (Phillis as was) met her husband at the door as he came home one evening recently. She looked tired, but triumphant. "I've arranged all your books for you," she said. "Such a piece of work it was," and she led her husband to the bookcase, where he kept most of his ref erence books. "There," said she. "You had books of all sizes and colors in that case it was horrible to look at. I have put all of the same color together and arranged them all by their sizes. You won't find a single tiny book in between two great big ugly things of another color. .Now you will try to keep tho bookcase neat, won t you, dear I ve spent so much time over it:" So Strephon kissed Phillis and prom ised. New York Sun. Hardening; Steel. In hardening, bright steel should not be exposed naked to a fire or flame. It may with advantage be placed in a cov ered box containing bone dust or animal charcoal in some other form, or another plan is to smear soap all over the article to be hardened. Water or oil is the me dium generally selected for plunging the article in to cool it. Petroleum is recom mended if extra hardness is desired. Either mercury or salt water will give great hardness, but the steel is rendered brittle. Oil is the best medium for hard ening steel if toughness is required. Jewelers' Circular. Th Worm Turns. "Henry," said Mrs. Peck, "I am go- ing to get a bicycle. " "Dear vmc," said Mr. Peck mildly, "isn't one man enough for you to run over ': Indianapolis-Journal. In the Gloaming. "Ob, don't mind me," rejoined the. bacillus of the kiss. "I am quite accus tomed to moving in the dark, you know. "Detroit Tribune. In All Iter Experience. "What do yon think of your encase ment ring?" . "You dear, rweet old boy, it's the handsomest I ever had I mean I like it ever a mTsch." Chicago Tiavoi-Her- O uyer ettao ?S4- 1 IL. iir Cut prices on Hem's Getting the style, getting the fit they want, getting man ufacturers prices on a single uit. This week three lines of )vercoats reduced for the sim pie reason, there are too many it the factory, and wre make ex tra inducements to soil all we can. $17.00 Orcrcoats for $14.50 15.00 " 12.OO The best value ever given tor $9.00. In the boys department we had the bet $5.00 suits sold in rown. They are gone. To fill the place ?6.50 and $7.50 suits are going for f 5.00. January Prices in November. But our large stock is going all the faster and customers are getting better satisfaction than ever when trading with Upson, Singleton And Co, TheC.W. D. Clothiers Q 6m ' mL HERE YOU HAVE IT. The latest styles in Winter Derbys, in all the leading styles, at ?1 00, 1.50, 2 00. 2 50 and $3 00 in bla?k and brovn Win ter Caps, Gloves, Underwear and Gent's Fnrnishines. Also a complete line of Sweaters from $1 00 to $3 GO. Examine our Sweaters at $1.00. Here is a chares fcr a br rgain. - Krrn's "S3 00 Hit beats the world. Every bat -warranted not to break. S. M. Kern, 115 and -117 South Maim Stusbt. 2,000 lbs to the Ton, that's our weight. It's full and ve guar antee it every time We deliver Ocal.only coal, clean coal, not coal and dirt. We deal in fuel. Dirt isn't fuel, sa we don't sell it. Now's the time to make a hand some twenty per cent invettmeni by or dering from U3. You can't beat it as a money saving purohase. Make it a point when you order to be sure you're getting coal, full weight, and that you're paying the lowest market price for it. Order of us and your solid on all three points. Frank Millers, Go, 11 SOUTH 3IAIN SrEEET. Don't Forget We make our own Candy t SPECIAL. Home made marsh mallows 13c per box. Also our own cara mels, made daily. A fine line of chocolates and BonBons. Joslin & Allen, 169 Bank 8treet, Opp Grand 5 We Have What You Want. Come and Sea Us. Underwear . All Wool a low aa J1.C0. AH Wool as low as 75e. Fleece lined as low as ISc. Good Heavy Underwear 23o. Dnnlap," "Kbcx" and YenngV styles, ), S 0 nd3.00. as low bs SI, 1 5t 3 00, Oar $2 00 H&t is the bst xnada. WALTER M. CONWAY, 130-132 Baxk Stbest. ' AND GENERAL apiKepzin Done in Firstclass Shape AT 160 Meadow St. Come and See the Kaleidoscopo at 253 JDcljiIs. Stroot. Something entirely new. From 2 toll o'cl-ek p.m. Beautiful views cf till the celebrated plnees in tho world. First tim in the United States. Chans weekly. Admission 10 cents. Prof. Holloy Teaches every Pupil to write a fine, rapid business hand in a course of Sixteen Private Lessons, and KO FA.ILUBE8. All kinds of Pen work executed in the highest degree of tho Art. 167 B.lXK- SlF'CET. Horse Shoeing W RalBM I. Blakeslee When You Are tempted by a mistaken sease of econ omy to get along with jour last year' clothes, you are subjecting yourself to the ridicule of your neighbors; the advancement in any capacity, whether in church, in society er in" the shops is nlwnja obtained br thene who look at d dress reapeetably. NTer in the history of the Ciotaing Trade was tbtresuch an opportunity placed be fore the people, whereby men, women end children can drets threigh the yetr round in stylish v CLOTKHTG and CLOAKS Od paviants from $1 to $2 per week. Men especially with tere families to sup port find cur system the most con venient, and as a reeult you will find on our boois, foremen, laborers, clerkt, mechanics, all buying oa the same principle. Do not be deceived by humbug advertise mams to judg the price. You musl examine the goodi. Our stock is always ready for your in spection, and our prices as cheap aa for cash. Credit : Clothing : Co, C2 BANK STREET Oxter Ells' Book Store Open Evenings. EELLM ANN'S BEER Is For Sale la Every First Class Saloon in Conn. immondsport W I 1ST E, Bottled at the vineyard. In bottles only For Bale at JAMES E. WATTS, 150 South Main Street. Jones' Portsmouth Ale, Schaefer'n Wiener Baer, Splendid Sweet Cider, bottled for family nse and delivered to any part ef the elty. J. W. Hodson, Telephone. 18 Exehange Place. AUSTIN'S STABLE, 59 BROOK STREET. Headquarters for nice tnrnen. First,olass teams. Carriages all new. Horses bonght and sold. ' Telephone. So C&eap Labor, But Gond Wages. Still w mnat compete with the Chinese. After D?ceber 1st, onr prices will be: Shiit, cpsn back, 10a Collar, . 2a Cuffs, per pair, 4o WA'l EkBURY STEAM LAUNDRY, E. R. DAVIS & CO, PROP. 17 Canal St. ASHTON GARRITY, 206 Bank Street Headquarters for the latest Shower Btth. Anyone can afford to have one. Price $2.50. All fcinds of Plumbing, Gis anf Steam Fitting. . Tsxephose 212-6. Waterbury Concrete Co Is now prepared to da all kinds of Concrete Work. Waiss. Drivownys. Oement or Concrete Cellar Floor?. Asrhsltum Ko fingr. at very low rrioes. A 1 work wrrnted flrst-claes Ail order left at tureen's p hoe store. 233 UanH street will be promptly attended t. PATRICK PIERCE, Manager. ftS-Telerhcno Qsll 212-ia. A CRUSHING TVEIGnT Of oplnioo in our favcr as suppliers of all forts and sizos of hard and soft coal for household nnd business purposes. Vvehava a reputation to sustain for fair dealing, and we mean t keep it up. Give us a trial. JLeav your orders at 3 Bank street. City Lumber & Coal Co IT. W. Greenman. Yard and Elevator near N. E. depot People's - Market. Spring Lamb, Chicken, Veal, Mutton, Chicago Dressed Beef and Native T3eef. 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. 7 4 64 SOUTH MAIN ST. Orders by telephone promptly atttndad