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WATERBUKY;; EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 189o.
it is Known By its Gores It is not what ws say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the ttory of Its merit. The thousands ol peoplo whom it has raised from disease and despair to happi ness and health, are tho strongest and best advertisements Hood's Sarsaparilla has. No other preparation In existence has each a record of wonderful cures. This Is why Hood's Sarsaparilla has the largbst sale, and requires for its produc tion the largest laboratory in the world. How if you need a good medicine, why not try that which has done others bo much good. Rsmoxaber food's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in ihe publio eye. $ 1 ; eix for f 5 uji f-ct harmoniously with ilOOu S FllSS Hood's Sarsaparilla. 23c Don't You Think Tonr ThankegiTing Turkey would relish better from a new Exten sion Table, and would yoxi not sit more comfortably on our new style 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 a goed assortment. CASH OB CREDIT. A Kingman, 154 and 156 Grand St, Waterbury. "A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned." Tis As True When Eujing Picture Frames as AoythiDg Else, Our Prices Are the Lowest. Our work Beyond Comparison. R. S. CURTIS. 137 BANK STREET. Lake Strobel Z Co. 18 K. SEAMLESS WEDDING RINGS, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS AND STATUARY. Inspectors of N. Y. N. E. R. R. Watches. Choice Perfumes OP ALL KINDS Lucien Pratte's Pharmacie Francaise, 234 SOUTH MAIN ST. Augustus J. Smith, - ARCHITECT. - Flans, Specifications and Superinten dence of all classes of buildings. ROOM 2, Bohl's block, 65 BANK ST. A. C. Northrop & Co, 27 to 29 Canaij St, Watebbuey, A Manufacturers of Fine Paper Boxes. - Dealers in Paper and Twine. For Thanksgiving- Soecial supplies of native Tarkevs Ducks, Geese and Chickens, Partridge and other game. Fruits and Vegetables, Nuts and Candies. Fie Timber of all sorts. Batter, Eggs, Cheese, Canned and Bottled Table goods. Staple and fancy groceries, and everything of the kind. Bay in Brooklyn and bay o L. P. & A. H. Guilfoile, Corner Bank and South Riverside streets Bbookltn Distkiot. Joseph A. Jackson, Architect LILXEY'S BLOCK, WATERBURY, and 117 West 125th St. New York. PLANS AND SUPERINTENDENCE tt all classes of bnildines. Manv' rears successful experience enables me to secure fcr clients tne oest results mm the least It Is the Season, For Nut Crackers, Five and Ten Gal lon Kegs. Ash Sifters, Coal Hods. Measures and Faucets, and the Kight Place to get thein is at 85 South Math Ftkeet. Watebbu bt, Conn. " RB. FIELD. So Bwkmil C. & M. T. MALONEY. Publish Er.s. Lord Dunravkx cannot complain that the New York Yacht club's com mittee is prejndiecd against Englishmen. Mr Morjrau is the head of a groat Lon don banking house. Mr Whitney has just wedded his daughter to an English man, and Mr Rives is a graduate of the English university of Cambridge.- Senator Hill has started much gossip by renting a large house in Wash ington and reports as to his intentions cover everj- imaginable thing from get ting married to opening a political club house for the starting of n new '.boom for the presidential nomination. ' It is probable that his personal convenience was his only reason for setting up house keeping. As the annual reports of the heads of the various branches of the governmens service are made it is easy to see that the democratic ideas of ecouomy in put Iic expenditures have been put into ef fect wherever possible. ' The grand ag gregate of all the saving effected may be found in the footings of the ordiuary ex penditure column of the United j States treasurer's annual report. Those footings show that, for the fiscal year ending June 30, last, the government spent for ordinary purposes $11,329, 9S1 less than was spent during the previous year. It seems as though every republican member of the house has a different opinion as to what the republicans ought to do at the session of congress about to open. All of which shows that the term "wild horses," which Mr Harrison used to describe the democratic house of the last congress, is entirely too mild for the menagerie which Mr Heed is ex pected to control with one hand, while he uses the other to push his presiden tial boom. '' CURRENT COMMENT. The negroes are already making trouble for the lrybrid combination that elected the republican ticket in Mary land, by demanding a share of the offices. Senator Gorman may now truthfully ex claim "I toldjyou so !"' Will the idea of disposing .of the re publican national convention to the highest bidder also be applied to repub lican congressional legislation? Mr Harrison's favorite hymn is that containing the line "And Crown Him Lord of All." We suspected him before this was known. Senator Sherman is so busy "getting even' with his personal enemies that it is feared he has forgot ton all about the light on the prices of the Pullman Car Co he was scheduled to make. HEARD IN PASSING. The statemeut was made at the recent social purity congress iu Baltimore that there are 230,000 girls in this country who lead degraded lives, and that on the average they live but live years, not less than 40,000 going to to the cemetery or potter's field. The figures were care fully prepai'ed by th-" ecretarv and are thought to be very u.a-ly correct. Mer men Journal s,, The action of Mr Thrasher of the Law and Order league in challenging the liev Dr Parker to a public debate was rather erratic, if that word is strong enough. Dr Parker showed his good seuse b3'- de clining and we trust that Thrasher will show his by locking his lips and throw ing his pen away. He lias again shown us what a narrow escape we had when it was proposed to vote him ."5,000 of the state's money with w hich to set up as a dictator. New Britain Herald. THE TATTLER. Janey Muthern-Coard of Pittsburg Is a new light in the suffrage world. . Miss MaryL. Trescott has been admitted to the bar of Wilkesbarre, Pa. She is the first woman attorney in the state of Penn sylvania. . ..... ... v. Mrs. Sara Thompson Kinney of; New Haven has been elected Connecticut state regent of the Daughters of the American Revolution. ' Miss Virginia Penny, who worked and wrote to aid many women, is now, In hor old ago, dependent on her friends for the necessities of life, . The mother of Murderer Durant is said to be still a remarkably handsome woman. She is described as under the medium height and slender in figure. Mrs. Mary Jackson of Louisville has just completed her on hundred and third year. She remembers when tho site of the present city was a groat stockado to pro tect residents from murderous Indians. Mrs. Eliza Stevenson, tho mother of Vice President Stevenson, recently . cele brated the eighty-sirth anniversary of her birthday at tho homo of her fourth son, Mr. James C. Stevenson, at Bloomington, Ills. Dr. Sarah Hackett Stevenson was tho editor of tho woman's edition of the Chi cago Evening Journal of Nov, 1, perhaps the most elaborate and successful com pilation of newspaper work by women ever issued. Mrs. Langtry's greatest hobby appears to bo tho collection of silver trifles, from the tiny silver furniture of a doll's house to the exquisite model, which stands on a beautifully inlaid table in a window re cess, of a large ship in full sail. Suean B. Anthony denies tho statement that she is to retire from publio life. Al though 76 years of age, she Is in excellent health and says she expects to remain In harness until, like tho "wonderful one horso shay," she goes to pieces all at once". ASthough JMrqo. Viand, tho mother of Pierro Loti, is 83 years old," 6he is as active a3 a young woman and is an eager and successful mountain climber. Tho au thor's wife, who prefers to bo known as Mme. Loti, is one with his mother in ad miration of his eifts. - M0NR0E doctrine. FACTS CONCERNING ITS OrllG! AND WHAT IT SIGNIFIED. f First Soc-restcd bj an English Statesman. Submitted to JcfTerson and Madison, Who Approved It 2cver IleCelved Con- creesional Affirmation. It is a Eiugnlar fact that the Monroo iloctrino is of British origin. In 1S23 George Canning, British foreign secre tary of state, suggested that the United States government should take decided ground against interference by the "holy alliance" in Mexico and South Amer ica, where tho Spanish colonies had es tablished their independence. The "holy alliance" was a union of Austria, Franc?, Prussia and Russia for tho maintenance of the European mon archies. It was formed soon after tho Napoleonic wars and was renewed and strengthened in 1820, when uprisings occurred in several countries of Europe, Great Britain had been asked to join tho combination, and somo steps had been taken in that direction tinder Lord Cas tlereagh. On his death by suicide Can ning became foreign minister, and un der his fmidanco Great Britain held aloof from the continental alliance. Tho United States had recognized the independenco of Mexico and the other revolted Spanish colonies, and Canning . was .inclined to pursue the same course. In 1833 ho suggested to Richard Rush, United States minister at London, that this government should express in a forcible manner its opposition to inter vention by the European powers in be half of Spain against its colonies which had rejected allegiance. This suggestion was conveyed to Pres ident Monrce through John Quincy Adams, the American secretary of state. President Monroo submitted the propo sition of Canning to Jefferson and Mad ison for their opinion on tho subject. Jefferson's answer was prompt and de cisive in favor of such a declaration as Canning had suggested. He said it was tho most momentous question- submitted for his opinion since tho Declaration of Independence. Madison approved of Jefferson's opinion and equally appre ciated the importance of the question. Under thefee circumstances President Monroe, in his annual message Dec. 2, 1823, expressed the doctrine that has since borne his name. Thero had been some correspondence with Russia and Great Britain in regard to boundary treaties, which tho president described, adding : "In the discussions to which this in terest has given rise, and in the ar rangements by which they may termi nate, the occasion has been judged prop er for assorting as a principle in which the rights and interests of the United States are involved that the American continents, by tho freo and independent condition which they have assumed and maintain, are henceforth not to bo considered as subjects of colonization T5y any European powers." In the same" message, referring to the insurrections in Europe, President Mon roo said that the United States would always be anxious and interested spec tators of events, but declared : ."In the mass of European powers in matters relating to themselves wo have never taken any part, nor does it com port with our policy to do so. It is only when our rights are invaded or serious ly menaced that we resent injuries or make preparations for defense. With tho movements in this hemisphere wo are of necossity more immediately connected, and by causes which must bo obvious to all enlightened and impartial observ ers." "Tho political system of tho allied powers is essentially different in this respect from that of America. This dif ference proceeds frdm that which exists in their respective governments. And to the defense of our own, which has been acquired by tho loss of so much blood and treasure, and matured by tho wis dom of their most enlightened citizens, and under which we have enjoyed un exampled felicity, this whole nation is devoted. We owe it, therefore, to the candor and to the amicable relations ex isting between the United States and those powers to declare that we should consider any attempt on their parts to extend their system to this hemisphere as dangerous to our peace and safety. With the existing colonies or dependen cies of any European government we have not interfered and shall not inter fere; But with tho governments that have declared their independence and maintained it and whose independence we have on great consideration and on just principles acknowledged, we could not view any interposition for the pur pose of - oppressing them, or controlling in any other manner their destiny, in any other light than as a manifestation of an unfriendly disposition toward the United States. " This is the Monroe doctrine: 1. No new European colonies on this hemi sphere. 2. No interference with colonies of European powers now existing. 3. No interference by any European power with the affairs of any American nation. It is but justice to say that the vigorous" language in which it is expressed evi dently came from .the able and caustio pen of John' Q. Adams, secretary of state, John C. Calhoun was secretary of war in tho same cabinet and approved tho positions taken by the president. This doctrine never has been affirmed by congress. In fact, it has been rejected repeatedly when resolutions were offered approving tho acts of the government on tho subject. But it has been reaffirmed by every administration since that of Monroo in one form or another. The vigorous declarations of Mr. Seward and the commencement of preparations for their enforcement drove France and Spain from Mexico and secured the ra establishment of tho republio after tho death of Maximilian. It is tho doctrine of the American 'people and never will be abandoned. Chicago Chronicle. layer. Omf Gnat Price on Hem's Getting the style, getting the fit they want, getting man ufacturers prices on a single suit. This -week three lines of Overcoats reduced for the sim ple reason, there are top many at the factory, and we make ex tra inducements to sell all wTe can. $17:00" Owcoats for $14.50 15.00 " 12.00 The best value ever given for $9.00. In the boys' department we had the best 5.00 suits sold in town. They are gone. To fill the place "f 6.50 and ?7.50 suits are going for ?5.00. January Prices in Member. But our large stock is going all the faster and customers are getting better satisfaction than ever when trading with y Singleton And Co Qettleg fin Upson, TheC.W. D. Clothiers tlvt :'- -. - 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 CO in black and brown Win ter Caps, Gloves, Underwear and Gent's Furnishings. Also a complete lice of Sweaters from $1 00 to S3 00. Examine our Sweaters at $1 00. Hero is a chanci for a bsr'.-un. Kern's $2.00 Hat beats the world. Every hat warranted not to break. S. M. Kern, 115 AND 117 South Mjun Steeet. 2,000 lbs to the Ton, that's our weight. It's full and we guar antee it every tirn9. We deliver Coal.only coal, clean coal, not coal and dirt. We deal in fuel. Dirt isn't fuel, so we don't sell it. Now's the time to make a hand some twenty per cent investment by or dering from us. You can't beat it as a money saving purchase. Make it a point when you order to be sure you're getting coal, tall 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 MAIN STREET. Don't Forget We make our own Candy SPECIAL. Home made marsh mallows 13c per box. Also our owrn cara mels, made daily. A fine line of chocolates and Bon Bpns. Joslist & Allen, 169 Bank Street, Opp Grand We Have What You Want. Come and See Us. All Wool as low as $1.00. All Wool as low as 75c. Fleece lined as low as ISc. Good Ileavy Underwear 25a. Hats. "Dunlap," "Knox" and "Young's" styles, as low as SI. 1 50, 2 CO, 2 50 and COO, Our $2 00 nat ia the best made. WALTER M. CONWAY, 130-132 Bakk Stbtset. Horse Shoeini AND GENERAL Wasron Reoaiii Done in Firstclass Shape AT 160 Meadow St. Come and See the Kaleidoscope at 258Bank'Streat Something entirely new. From 2 to 11 o'clock p. m. Beautiful views rf all tho eelebrate-t places iu the world. First time in the United States. Change weekly. Admission 10 cents. Penmanship. Prof. Hoi ley Teaches every Pupil to write a fine, rapid business hand in a course of Sixteen Private Lessons, and KO FAILURES. All kinds of Pen work executed in the highest dcere of tho Art. v 1G7 E.xk Stitst. . Ralph Olakeslee This Week Almost everybody is interested in Cloth- ing. Inere is not a person livinp who does not wiBh to have a new soil or over coat. He either wants it fnr innMnA.. or for the sake of comfort. In tUw ol the fact that Thursday is Thanksgiving day tempfs a great many people to dress uu mat a? oeuer man eTer. AU thosi intending to buy this week caw cloaks we respectfully ask to read this over several times and tell jour friendi about it. If You Are a man you can buy fine Suits, Orer. coats, Ulsters and Pints as good as the best, and as cheap as the cheapest, and pay us by the the week for it. If You Are a woman you can buy all the New xors siyies in capes and Jackets, which will be a credit to your p?rsonality, and pay us by the week for it. If You Dave Bovs and Children ton can hnv Suits, Reefers, Ulsters and Overcoats. mceiy niaae, at any price, and pay us by the wf ex for it. If You Want clothes for the entire family special terms will be made to suit your conve nience. Credit : Clothing : Co, G2 BANK STREET Otfer Ells' Book Store- . Open Evenings. . HELLM ANN'S BEER Is For Sale la. Every First Class Saloon in Conn. Hemmondsport Bottled at the vineyard. Ia bottles onlj For Sale at JAMES E. WATTS, 150 South Main Street. Jones' Portsmouth Ale, Schaefcr's Wiener Bacr, Splendid Sweet Cider, bottled for family use and delivered to any part of the city. J. W. Hodson, Telephone. 18 Exchange Piaca. AUSTIN'S STABLE, 50 BHOOK STREET. Headquarters for nice turnouts. First class teams. ' Carriages all new. Horses bought and soli. Telephone. Ho Cheap Labor, But Good' Wages. Still W9 must compete with the Chinese. After Drceaiber 1st, our prices will be: bunt, op3n baclr, . I0e Collar, 2c Cuffs, per pair. 4o WAIEUBURY STEAM LAUNDRY, E. R. DAVIS & CO. PROP. 17 Casal St. ASHTON & GARBITY, 206 Bank Street' Headquarters for the latest Shower B th. Anyone can afford to have one. Vrica $2.50. All kinds of Plumbing, Gis and Steam Fitting. Telephone 212-6V Waterbury Concrete Co Is now rrepired to do all kinds of Concrete Work. Wu us. Driveways. Cement or Concreta Cellar Floors. Asrhiltum lto-finer. at very low prices. Al work warranted flrst-class All orders left at Hirseh's shoe store. 283 liank street will be promptly attended t . PATRICK PIERCE, Manager. 2Tclorhono C.Ul 212 12. A CTiUSITIXG TYEIGITT Of opinion in our favor as suppliers of all ports and sizes of hard and soft coal for household and business purposes. We have a reputation to sustain for fair de:ling. and we moan fkeep it up. Give us a trial. Leave your orders at i3 Bank sfeet. By Lumber & Coal Co N. W. Greenman. Yard and Elevator near N. E. depot People's - Market. Spring Lamb, Cliicken, 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. Bolll, PaPn, 64 SOUTH MAIN ST. Order3 by telephone promptly attended. 1 , s ,V . 'v w r r