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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 19, 1903.
1 t ' An : OW HTcfVorite 1 4 4 4 4 A 4 4 4 i i 4 4 1 44 G E NEVI E V E By Samuel Taylor Coleridge i.T.TT..T..T..T.i..T T-r..Ti "fTTTTTVTTTT i A LLi thoughts, all passions, all delights, Whatever stirs this mortal frame, All are but ministers of Love, And feed his sacred flame. Oft in my waking dreams do I ' Live o'er again that happy hour, "When midway on the mount I lay Beside the ruined tower. . The moonshine stealing o'er the scene Had blended with the lights of eve; And she was there, my hope, my joy, My own dear Genevieve! T She leaned against the armed man, T The statue of the armed knight; X She stood and listened to ray lay, Amid the lingering light. Few sorrows hath she of her own, t My hope! my Joy! my Genevieve! She loves me best, whene'er I sing The songs that make her grieve. I played a soft and doleful air, X sang an old and moving story, An old rude song, that suited well That ruin wild and hoary. She listened with a flitting blush, , With downcast eyes and modest grace; For well she knew, I could not choose But gaze vin her face. I told her of the Knight that wore Upon his shield a burning brand; And that for ten long years he wooed : The Lady of the Land. I told her how he pined: and ah! The deep,, the low,, the pleading tone With which I sang another's love j ;'- -Interpreted my, own. She listened with a flitting blush, With downcast eyes, and modest grace'; And she forgave me, that I gazed Too fondly on her face. -' 'i'.' -' . ; But when I told the cruel scorn That' crazed that bold and lovely, i Knight, .'. And that he crossed the mountain-, ' '" WOOdS, ' " Nor rested day nor night; ; That sometimes from the savage den, And sometimes from the darksome .- shade. And sometimes starting up at once In green and sunny glade, " ' There came and looked him In the face An angel beautiful and bright; A- 'at he knew it was a Fiend, viserable Knight! And th unknowing what he did. He leap nid a murderous band, And saved from outrage worse than death J The Lady of the Land; And how she wept, and clasped his knees; And how she tended him, in vain; And ever strove to expiate The scorn that crazed his brain; And that she nursed him in a cave, And how his madness went away, , When on the yellow forest-leaves A dying man he lay; His dying words but when I reached That tenderest strain of all the ditty, . My faltering voice and pausing harp . Disturbed her soul with pity. All Impulses of soul and sense ' Had thrilled my guileless Genevieve; The music and the doleful tale, The rich and balmy eve; And hopes, and fears that kindie hope. An undistinguishable throng,.' . And gentle wishes long subdued, Subdued and cherished long. She wept with pity and delight, She blushed with love, and virgin shame; ' . ' ' . And like the murmur of a dream, I heard her breathe my name. Her bosom heaved, she stepped aside, ' As conscious of my look she stept, Then suddenly, with timorous eye She fled to me and wept. She half enclosed me. with her arms. She pressed me with a meek embrace; And bending back her head, looked up, And gazed upon my face. Twas, partly love, and partly fear, And partly 'twas a bashful art , That I might rather feel than se The swelling of her heart. I calmed her fears, and she was calm, And told her love with virgin pride; And so I won my Genevieve, My bright and beauteous Bride. ;: BROTH ERGARDNER He Gives Some Paternal Advice to a. Departing Brother ' TITLES SHOULD BE ABOLISHED. By Professor MAX NORDAU X -- ' . s s . v "rgf X, J ITLE worship in America has spread from the upper crust of the people to the broad masses, thanks espe cially, to certain newspapers, which, not . realizing the insult to , their readers, have presupposed these to "take an interest first in the. idling,, good .for nothing millionaire and then in his equally unimportant son- in-law BOUGTHT AT THE INTERNATIONAL COUNTER , When you take hold of one of these papers you will see reported every time Mr. Astorbilt sneezes,- and if his daughter, the Duchess of Rottenbortfugh, has been blest with an heir you will be told and shown everything about his swaddling clothes, bibs and, what not. ' . The baby itself is no more interesting and may be not . half , as bright of as good looking as the baby of the man who carries away your garbage, but it will have a title ; 'so,., of course, you must take en interest in it. 'v. , :-V-r: '"':' V "'.. AND AFTER. AWHILE YOU REALLY DO SO. w This craze for titles which' is rapidly supplanting the respect for personal achievement iin all countries is one of the most DANGER OUS ENEMIES OF PROGRESS and should be fought down by every sensible person,' . :. ,, Of course no one would expect Germany or jRussia to uproot at .once a feature of many years standing, but we have a RIGHT to expect something from America. Let those who care for these empty ornaments strive for them and buy them for their daughters, but let the press pass them by without notice and not add to their feeling of conceit and self im portance. v " THEY ARE A STONE IN THE , PATH OF EQUALITY IWHICH WILL SOONER OR LATER BE KICKED OUT OF tTHE WAY. : -. ; Disaster Ahead of the United States , - By Ex-United States Senator J. H. REAGAN, of Texas i TT HE reason , Texas . must never be divided is this: There can be but. two kinds, of republics the , confederations of states mmmntJ and . the centralized government, which becomes in the end EtTOTHTNG BUT A MONARCHY. The United States is drift ing too rapidly into a monarchical form of government. It is not even now governed by men. IT IS CONTROLLED (BY MONEY. The power of the financial interests is paramount to the power of the people'. ; THE RESULT WILL BE A DISSOLUTION OF THE CONFEDER ACY OF STATES OR A MONARCHICAL FORM OF GOVERNMENT. - I want Texas to be big enough to stand alone when the disso lution of the Union shall come. That is reason enough for never dividing the state. Thp "G0t There" Tendency In Politics By Dr. HENRY VAN DYKE, Author and Divine T HE general tendency in politics is to "GET THERE" any way you can, and too often the end justifies the means.' All know 'well that success in this field of public affairs s not possible to SCRUPULOUS men. In public life you must bend your principles to conciliate the bad people whose vote you are needing. .-What real satisfaction is there in a triumph achieved by; TREACHERY? : ' ; NO WORLDLY SUCCESS CAN TAKE THE PLACE OF THAT SVEET INWARD CONSCIOUSNESS OF HAVING KEPT ONE'S HEART PURE AfaD ONE'S RECORD CLEAN. , - ' Copyright, 1903, by C. B, Lewis. ' FOUR weeks ago Shindig Wat kins of the Limekiln club re ceived an offer to go to In dianapolis and establish a col ored ice cream and popcorn depot, with sarsaparilla and molasses candy on the outside, and he at once began getting his shoes mended and the buttons sew ed on his vest. At the last meeting of the club it was announced that he had succeeded in borrowing 90 cents of Elder Pen stock and would start on his journey next day. After the routine business had been transacted Brother Gardner arose and looked around and queried: "Am Brudder Shindig Watkins in our midst dis eavenin'?" "He am," replied the brother as. he stood up. "I didn't know but yo' had dun fell outer de winder into de alley, same as once bef o an I'ze glad to find to de contrary. Brudder Watkins, I'ze bin told dat yo' talk o' leaviri' us?" . "Yes, sab; I does." "Gwine down to Injianny to sot up in bizness fur yo'self, I hear?" "Yes, sah." "Waal,, dis club will miss yo', an' each an' ebery member will be oorry to see yo' go. While yo am not a brilliant man, neither her yo' spit on de stove nor broken any lamp chim neys. As dis am de last meetin' befo' yo'r departur' I wish to say a few fa therly words' to yoV 'Yes, sah." ' "In de fust place, pay up' all yo'r debts befo' yo' go. Had Cicero left Rome owin' fur house rent, groceries, bacon an' so on he could never hev achieved greatness.- In de second place, if yo've bin mad at anybody be kase yo' couldn't agree about de aige Of Noah when he entered de ark go to him an' offer yo'r hand an make friends." , . ' ,. "I has dun it, sah," replied Shindig: "Dat am well. I also want to take advantage of dis occashun to eay- a few words to yo' on de subject of hon esty. ,' : .' v "A good many years ego, as de story runs, dar was a strictly honest man. He begun life wid de determlnashun to do de squar thing under all sarcum stances. He had a cash capital pt. $25, 000 anr lots of faith in human natur;. He planted watermlllyuns an' didn't hire nobody to watch de patch. " He kept chickens an' didn't hev no lock on de henhouse doah. He lent money an' didn't ax fur no I. O. U.' He signed bonds an' notes an didn't ax fur- no se curity. If lie bought a mewl he took(;de odder man's word fur it; if he sold one he promptly, p'inted out de ringbones an' spavins an' owned up dat de beast was about twenty years old. - "Brudder Watkins, how long do yo' reckoh dat man lasted? In Jest nine years he was in de poorhouse, an' he nebber dun got out ag'ln. All de rest of de kentry was watchin' him to see how de experiment would. pan out. It was a dead failure an' a solemn warn in. Does yo' ketch on, Brudder Watkins?" "I reckon I does, sah," was the reply. "Doan' go down to Injianny feelin' dat yo' am doin' de state a great favor by de comin', an' doan' attempt to put on style ober de people yo' meet. If yo' had nebber bin bo'n into dis world de state of Injianny would hev got along jest de same. She wants yo'r ice cream an 'lasses candy, but she isn't gwine to bu'st up bekase she doan' git 'em. "It will of co'se be known dat yo' am a member of dis ' Limekiln club, an' aldermen, judges an' eben de guvner will call on yo' an' stop to shake hands wid yo' on de street. Doan' let yo'rself git swelled up wid pride. '; Be jest proud 'nuff to go right on tendin' to bizness, but not proud 'nuff to bu'st to pieces like a b'iler carry in' too much steam. Does yo' understand my meanm', Brud der Watkins?" ri, "Yes, sah; I does, sah." "Doan' land in Indianapolis wid any pertickler motto on yo'r banned. Excel sior am a very good motto, but it sel dom pans out anything dat de owner feels proud of. Mottoes war all right 200 years ago; when land was cheap an' yo' could vote as often as yo' want ed to on 'leckshun day, but times hev changed. In olden times honesty was de best policy, but in dese days' de man who buys a watch is supposed to count all de wheels fur hisself. If yo' find dat yo' kin mix a. little co'nstarch wid yo'r ice cream an' thus , save expenses an' please de people jest de same yo' will probably do so of yo'r own accord." "Yes, sah; I'ze gwine to mix ,'em about" half an half," smilingly replied the brother. "Datfs a heap o' starch, but mebbe not too much. I doan' know how yo' stand on de matter of chickens, Brud der Watkins, but In removin' to a new community it seems to me dat yo' had better go slow. Dat am, doan' let yo'r hankerin' fur chicken git de better of yo'r judgment. Let bacon an' codfish satisfy yo' until yo hev looked around. "Yo' am doubtless awar of de fact dat de torpedo chicken am an Injianny invenshun and dat ober 50,000 of 'em am in use in dat state. In some cases whar de torpedo chicken am in use yo' willflnd,a red chalk murk on de hencoop doah; in odders yo' will take long chances. Make no decided move till yo' have bin in Indianapolis fur at least a month." "I ; was gwine to say, sah, dat I doan' keer fur chickens 'tall." "Den it's all de better fur yo', Brud der Watkins, an' jest as, well fur de chickens. Now, about de society in Indianapolis. How do yo' propose to start out?" "My wife' will gin a soiree soon arter we git dar, sah." "Dat's k'rect. Yo will find three sorts o' culled folks in ebery town. De first strata am de waiters an bar bers, de second de whitewashes an' stoveblackers, de third de common nig gers who job around by de day. Invite only de fust strata to yo'r soiree. Yo' must hev ice cream, 'lasses candy an' at least one kind o' cake. Paper nap kins will do, but yo' must not pass around water in a tin dipper. If yo' haven't got tumblers 'nuff den use a couple o' yaller bowls. "As d host'yo' will be expected to Closing Out Dry Goods irfment Depa i . We find it impossible with our limit ed accommodations to do a general dry goods business, and have decided to close outpour stock of Table Linens, Towels, "Toweling, Blankets, Bed Spreads, Sheets; Sheetings, Domestic, White Goods, Wash Goods, Linings, etc, to make room for the enlargement of our Hosiery, Underwear and Fancy Goods Departments. We have cut prices without" regard to cost or value, and if in need of these goods we advise you to turn your steps in this direction at present You can eave money. J. Littlejolin & Co Cor BARK and GRAHD Sts UMBRELLA ' And Tronk Sale. Thl is he onlv UMBRELLA and TRUNK store In the city where you can buy the best UMBRELLAS and TRUNKS at HALF PRICE because our rent Is cheaper and our expenses are less. It will pay you to call and see our line and, prices- CERTAIN LY, we repair and re-cover Umbrellas and Trunks in best manner for a little price. Remember the -place,. $1 East Main street, by the Immaculate Con ception church.; ...... , rl. Broadway Um brella and Tnmk ' Stor wear white cotton gloves, a red neck tie an' a new paper collar nebber worn befo'. If dar am no bell on yo'r doah den hire one fur de occashun. ; No soi ree was eber a success widout a doah bell. If yo: have ice cream r-'nuff: fur three dishes all around yo' will at bnlce establish yo'rself' in de fust' strata.,' ' "Now, about yo'r, finanshul standin'.' Was yo' gwine to tell everybody dat yo was in de Ice cream an' 'lasses "HE kept chickens an' didn't hev no LOCK ON DE HENHOUSE DOAH." candy bizness simply to occupy yo'r thoughts while waitin' to ' Invest $25, 000 sumwhar?" ( "No, sah," replied Shindig. "I shan't dun do no braggin' 'tall." ' ', , "Dat's right. Yo' needn't teU ;every body dat yo' only c had V2ceots. eff arte? reachin' de town, an' yo'. needn't carry de idea dat it makes yo tired to cut off yo'r coupons. Take a sort of middle course. Pay cash fur what yo' buy, ,an' if de report spreads around dat yo' am a millionaire don't deny nor admit it. ' Yo' will attend church, of co'se?" ' , "Yes, sah twice on ebery Sunday iri de daytime an'' once in de eavenin'.."! 1 "Dat will gin 'era de impreshun dat yo' pm a hustler, I believe yo' am a Baptist, bat i-eligun am all light, but doan' be in a hurry. , De Methodist religun am also all right. If de Meth odist church down dar in Indianapolis has a bell an' a steeple on it an' de Baptist church am only a sort o' shed it might be policy fur yo' to jine up wid de former.. I Is sorry; to say dat in dese degenerate days we jedge of a man's religun mo' . by de. outside looks of de meetin' house dan how he acts in side of it. .. , "Dat's about all, Brudder Watkins, an' yo' kin feel assured In gwine away from dis club, of which yo' hev bin a member almost since de first meetin', dat yo' leave only friends behind. We shall want to hear from yo' often, an' we shall hope to hev yo'r spirit wid us at ebery regular meetin'. ' "It am . not de-custom of de club to make presents on si'ch occashuns, but If yo' will call at my cabin befo' yo' go I will give yo'-a receipt fur chil blains, an' also tell yo' how to pick out a ripe watermillyun from a green one on de darkest night. De meetin' will how bust up an' go along home." M. QUAD. Isn't It Sol And now the time of year Is here ' . "When madly to the cedar chest - ." We rush to see If there can be A pair of trousers or a vest, ' A coat or e'en A winter hat .. Still left us that The moths have not chewed up Into A little bunch , Of homemade lunch , ' Or openwork for me and you! Cincinnati Times-Star. Jimmy's Usefulness. "But, Maria, look at that terrible dust on the banisters." 1 "Yes, ma'am; that's, because Master Jimmie is sick". ".Well, I-don't see" . "He -ain't been sliding down this mornlng'-Brownlng's , Magazine " POPDLAE PENNY-A-WOKD ABS LATE WANTS. TO RENT Furnished front " room, with . or without board. Inquire .11 Cherry street. 11-19-3 FOR RENT Large' furnished room to right party. Inquire 69 Abbott ave fiue. ' 11-19-3 ' m mm- rpo RENT Two furnished rooms, with X or without board. Apply at 915 South Main street, top fibor, 11-17-3 "DOR - SAUE Singer Sewing Machine, -L latest Improved drop head, slightly used. Big reduction for cash. All makes of machines repaired. Call at Singer store, 49 Center street. " 11-18-6 " i i i i . . . . - TO RENT 96 Fairview street. 3rocm3, $7 per month. Inquire J. J. Sheehan, 223 South Main street. 11-17-3 EOR RENT Two tenements of four rooms each. -; Convenient to Scovill's factory. ' Inquire Rocm 4, 109 Bank street, J. E. Sandiford Real Estate Agent. s ', .-. , : , , .-- H-il-tf ITjigcollaneous. OLD gas and electric fixtures made to look like new at half reguiar cost. Waterbury Electria Plating and Chandelier Co., Moriarty's building', Easts Main street. Work guaranteed, called for and delivered. Telephone 243-15. , 11-9-tf - LOST -Last evening, a brooch set, with briiliahts and pearls. The finder will please return to Democrat office: 1 1-16-3 ; HAVE just fitted up-to-date Chandelier works. All kinds of brassware refln ished. Flat irons polished. C. W. Ces ser, Phoenix Avenue. ; ' BO YOU want a truss ? If so go to Water bury Drug Coj, corner East Main and Spring streets, and got the advice of an experienced-, truss jnan, who has sold hun dreds of trusses to satisfied customers. , ' ' .. - . 7-9-tf ' D1S.TKIOT or WATKKBURY, s. jerobte Oeurt Nov. 18. 1BO& Estate of Michael C. O'Neill, late of Water bury in said district, deceased. Vvou the application of James E. Walsh and Felix Hughew, praying that letters of adminis tration may be granted on said estate, as per application oh file more fully appears, it is - ORDERED, That said application De heard and determined at the Probate office, in Water bury In said District, on the 2i day of Nov.. A. D., 603, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendency of said applica tion and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing the same one time In some news paper, having a circulation in said district. ; M i .: ... By order of Court. 1 '' ' . James J. Oassin, Clerk. ; DISTRICT OF WATERBUKY, SS. PRO bate Court. Nov. 17, 1003 ' Estate of Richard F. Phalen, late of Water bury in said district, deceased. , ; Upon.the applicatioij o- Eliza Phalen, exeou trtxi prayittK that fehe may be authorized to sell land DelongfnK; to said estate, situated on Washington. Baldwin and South streets, as per application on file, rnore fuliy appears, it is Ordered, That said application De heard and determined at the Probate Office in Water bury in said district, on the 22ddayof Nov. A. D. 1903, at 9 o'clock in theforenoon, and that no tice be given t)i the pendency of said application and the time und place ol hearing thereon, by publishing the same one time in some" news paper having a circulation in said district By order of Court, . - - , . . . . . James J. Cassin, Clerk. DISTRICT OF WATERBURY, SS. PRO bate Court Nov. 17, tSOE. Estate Of George S. Wedge, late of Water bury in said district, deceased. Upon the application of Geo. H. Co well, ad ministrator, praying that he may be authorized to sell land belonging to said estate, situated about two and one half miles, from center square contalnlng.about eighteen and one half acres, as per application on file 'more fully ap pears, it is - - ,r - .- .- . . ORDERED, that said application be heard and determined at the Probate office in' v'ater bury in said District, on the 3rd day ol Nov.. A. D.,1008, at 9 o'clock In the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendency of said applica tion and the time and place of hearing thereon by publishing the same one time in some news paper having -a circulation in said district By order of Court, . James J; Cassin. Clerk. REMARKABLE CURES Kisel Zagoranski Has Tuberculosis V Specific. " ' . ,:' ' U , MQSCIPW;.; -:.uv- iy: Remarkable cures., of consumption have recently been effected In Russia by Klsel Za goranski, formerly a mining engineer and now specially licensed by the Rus-' Blan medical- department to practice toedlclne in cases of tuberculosis. Za goranskf, who is a personal friend of Samuel Smith, the United States con sul, here, has giyen an account of the, origin of his consumption cure, rom wtch It. appears, thatZagoranskl thir-, ty yeare ago was sent to smena to su perintend extensive mining works. The medical facilities there were, ex tremely limited, and Zagora'nskl him self attended to the medical wants of the workmen to the best of his abil ity. ' An old foreman of the mine, how ever, always took care' of the tubercu losis cases and -almost Invariably; cured them: " The" foreman died some years ago, 'confiding his tuberculosis specific to Zagoranski, who continued to use it at intervals. Hearing a rumor that John D. Rocke feller of the United States had offered an immense prize for the discovery of a consumption cure, he consulted. Con sul Smith, who, with his brother, W. H. Smith, began a systematic observa tion of the cases of several patients, especially , that, of an. English lady, an acquaintance ot the consul, who had been given up by the doctors and was about to leave for England to die. r She, however," submitted to Zagoranskl's treatment, which was given under pro fessional medical observation. At the end of a week the proportion of tuberculosis bacilli in the saliva had been reduced 10 per cent, and at the end of six weeks the patient hacl gained twenty-two pounds, and there was no trace of bacilli observable. - From be ing unable to walk across the room the patient regained her normal strength and activity. This occurred last spring, and the cure appears to be permanent. W. E. Smith, the brother of the Amer ican consul, cited other eqially re markable cases." Zagoranskl's treat ment, according, to Mr. Smith, consists merely in the drinking of his specific in large quantities, together with life in the open air and the observance of a careful -dietary.. , v , . Zagoranski says that so far as he is able to ubserve the treatment does not renew wasted lung tissue, but arrests the disease. At whatever stage of the disease the treatment is begun it kills the' tuberculosis gerra, leaving the sys tem clean, to be -built, up by a careful diet ; .. ' . .. . WANTED Office boy. Apply to Dr. Monagan. f -, 11-18-3 ANTED Young man of woman for timekeeping. Applicants must have at least a grammar school education. Write, stating age, qualifications, salary expected. "Factory." care Democrat, 11-18-3 TrANTED All the women to call at C. T Siebert & Go's, 78 Center street, and get the Standard Fashion sheets free. , We We are the sole agents for the Designer patterns. All kinds of sewing machines, supplies and repairing. 11-17-3 , WANTED Board for two 'gentlemen, in private family. Inquire at 20 Uaurel street. 11-17-3 . YJU ANTED -Horse to keep for board, during winter. Address Boston In stallment Co., 127 North Elm street. .!:..... 10-23-tf '- WANTED People who question our ability to give them a good course dinner for 206 or 6 for $1.00, to ctme and give us a trial, or try our first class break fast or supper for. I5cv! Our 5c lunches are all the rage.' Regular boarders $3.00 a week. Avery's Restaurant, 236 South Man Street. ! : ' . , 7-8-tf Wf ANTED To move, your furniture or TT 'do light trucking. . Also eight first class turnouts to . let. A. M. Larson's stables.cprner North Elm and Water streets. Branch office, E. K, Loomis, 216 East Main. ' V 10-23-1 m ANTED Age nt ,, io parivass . for P3r ; .tures, Crayons and goods on the in stallment 'plan, 'inquire 127 'North Elm street , evenings. Ei Berman, 10-23-tf , WANTED Good men on weekly salary to solicit ordinary and Industrial Insurance, for the .Provident Savings. Ljfo Insurance Co. Agents who are tired of paying for lapses are invited to' call af our office, from 8 to 9 a.rh. or 5 to 6 p. m room 10, 95 Bank St. . 10-8-tf WANTED Anyone looking for an .over coat, and to save money at the same time, to: call-and inspect our misfits. !A1sq our Kline of second-hand overcoats, many worn a short time only." Wm. Possner, 303 Bank street. 9-29-tf. WANTED Everybody who owns a dog that is of any value to his owner to ca.I on Youmans, 251 South: Main Street and have name,: residence and registered number marked on collar. Col?ar alone will not protect your pets. 9-12-tf WANTED Faithful person to call on retail trade and agents for manu facturing house ; local ,territory straight salary $20 paid weekly 'and', expense money advanced ; ' previous . experience ; unneces sary. Pos'tion permanent. ' Business suc cessful, . Enclose self addressed envelope. Superintendent Travelers, 620Monon build ing; Chicago? y.; .-..f 9ri2-tf Xr-ANTED-T; ifeilj. the "best made it Watches, Chains, Rings,, or any other jewelry at the lowest prices., 'Alt wprk warranted as presented or.rnoney refunded. V Repairing in all its branches,' Work called for and delivered free of charge. B. Ruby, 172 South Main Street. T7TTANTED A trustworthy gent '. . t lady in each, county to maj tleman or ladv in each nounlv in manfl'.hiisi- riess for an old established house of solid; financial standing. A straight, bona fide' weeKiy saiary oi qio paia Dy cnecK eacn Monday, with all expenses, direct from headquarters. Money advanced v for ex penses. Enclose addressed envelope. Man ager, 370 Caxton Building, Chicago. ; . . -:j--y.. 9-18-tf WANTED Old soldiers and- widows ol soldiers to know that I secure pen sions without delay. Pension vouchers ex ecuted. George Robblns, 63 Center street. (Post 49, C. A. R.) ifv insurance, notary public. 12-3 1-ly 1 WANTED FOR JJ- S- AKMY: able .bodied ' unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 85; citizens of United State.3 of good character 'and tem perate habits, who-can -speak, - read and write English.. For information .apply RECRUITING pFFlGER, 1590' t!hipe ;t;' New Haven, 6G State St,,Hariiord,;i02 Main St, Bridge port, or , -199 ! Bank ,St, , Waterbury. Conn. , . ; ;;.. ., r,K ',, .-'-; " TUTORING. COLLEGE, HIGH AND GRAMMAR SCHOOL, . . i WORK.. . , , , H. S. GULLIVER M. A. (Yale).. 51 Walnut street. ' , . Ejajjxedl ..tbue Joke Himself. Bennetiussoji,; rwho is an actor as well as ah author tells the following at hisown expense: . : ; . , Last . winter he was playing ;in an. eastern city, and a friend of his, who was watching the . performance, ' sat behind-two strangers who were study ing their programmes between the acts. "I've" seen this name, Bennet Musson, before," s,ald one of the men." "Yea; he's an author," said the other. "Oh." :. ; - :::- '' -,' "What do you think of his acting?" "Well," the first speaker replied slo.Wt ly, "he may be a good, writer." Boston Globe. ' ' :. . ' ' A Rich Splee Cake. . , Cream two cupfuls of sugar and a cupful of butter .together, add three well beaten eggs, , a cupful of cold wa ter and a.teaspoonful.each of nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon; mix two tea-. ''" ' ... . SPIOB LOAP CASE. ' ... spoonfuls of . baking powder in. .three and one-half . cupfuls, of flour and add to the other; ingredients; dust a cupful of . raisins and a .cupful, of currants thoroughly with, flour-and, stir in, just before putting the cake in the baking pan; bake in a moderate oven. New Idea Magazine. . i . .. Innocence. , , , Little Virgil ,Markham was being dis robed the other evening before the open fire in his nursery. His mother , gave him his nightshirt and .Jold him to hold it to the fire tcr:alr. She; then-left .the room for. a-minwte, but' returned on-the run as she- heard, the. boy, call out tc the authorof "The Man With the Hoe:" 'Papa, -is this shirt- done when it's hrown.2" New York Times. "CpOR SALE--A . fewf good horses at ; Broadway Livery Stables rear of Poll's Theater. A good large shed for hitch ing and feeding -horses, f TTIOR ; 5?At F.PnertisVi anA PHr-h rrli- J- L. B. Atwood, 83 Cole street., 9-16-t! OOR SALE-rJust outside of-city, Jio J- acres of land, 7-room house and barn, some fruit and a goddWivfng hors, buggy and harness.; all' in "first lass shape, at a bargain . if sold soon. Just the place you will want in the spring, and if not particular about being on the Green, 1 can strtt you in one, two or three-family houses, in easy reach of Center. J. E. Sandiford. Real Estate and Insurance. ; .109 Bank, room 4, z ' ; .- .. 9-llrtf. "OOR SALE My horne, No 56 Kellogg -L Street, near Hillside Avenue. The house is practically new,' finished 'through out in hard woods,, four fireplaces fine- oak mantels, three bath rooms, two of which have Tennessee marble walnscottings, tif floors and up to data- fixtures, cerlings ami side walls buriaped. Onaccount of leaving town I will sell at a bargain, smal. pay ment down, If desired 5;er cnt interest on balance. . The locatlo n Is So he of the ycry best hi the:1city, which will be seen by, m visit to the place.' ' A "fine' home-- for any one who buys lt; Do not let this oppor- tunity go by if you:"are lopkinr for. a home. For further information write me at Fulton, N. Y.," JAMES V. WASHBURNE. ' " " " - H v - ' 9-29-tf A single house of seven rooms, about iour acres of land. Rent $9 per monta. T. FHELAN; 42 Bank Street T.nks clovatof. . FOR; SALE . : . 60-acre Farm, three miles from Wa terbury two minutes' walk from de pot; good, house and barn; hay, grain, stock and farming utens-ils; ; can bo bought cheap. ! V - ' R R CARROLlJ; V ; Real Estate Man. Odd Fellows' Bldg. 8-family; house, Etna- street. fS.oOO'i '-a-famii nouse,-West Farm street. f3.30O .; S-famlly $t0U!S S? Farm sfeet; 83,300 : 2-f amily house. Real Estate) Insurance. 109 Bank SL IF YOU 'WANT A GARPEHTER, .TELEPHONE G e o rjr' Up iriarn j Builder 48 SdUTH WltLoW STREET. FOR RE N - Two; Choice Rooms; :2nd floor -Tierae. Block. Inquire at r Tierney's Real Estate Office, v . 167 BANK. fotr Sale, v f .. .i ... . - - : " . T , . ' - . - ; . s .' - On Walnut street-l-Family Hbtisft; 10 rooms and large barn. A large part of purchase price can remain on mort gage at 5 per, cent. Price $,500, ... 1 . See me foe, particulars. .. r. - L. R. Carter, No 11 East Main Street Fire Insurance and. Loans. " - ; ' , FOR SALE. . We have a few choice lots left ori Mill PJai property;; they are fine. lots, high arid ' dry, and we sell - them at prices to-suit the . purchaser, ;and on easy terms. To any purchaser paying cash we will build. , These jots aresltuated..at..the junc tion of the Meriden'and Woodtlc roads and are on the route of the proposed trolley to Meriden. . ,. , ,:'For. free tickets vta JQie,. property tn quire at,. ,M : , . 8. J. 109 Bank street. sit iiiniii Room 12. Bonds and Stocks . , . - ., . .. . Local Investments . i ' a Specialty; V. : : C . Li." HOLMES, . ' ' CS NOrSh'IalStret ; , V ' i . yKi ;i -.-tiri,f;t i,vuv i ;-, , . John Barrett and Rocco Dioria, Barters Neatest tonsorial' rooms 'in city. Ev ery thing modern and up to date. Hot towels. Face ma'ssflge 'a specialty", ?:-hy 780 bank ST. ; ' T6 RENf ; Very nlce,' jpl6satg furnished rooms '6iiKS4XtD(feni3t, with bath. Inquire' 280-282, North Main street.' -f .' 'f , 'J ;V ; V ' ' ' ' - 7. : . -", " ' -, : .. - ; . li TUU VVcllll ... '.' A bargain in Pictures call at TKe M e t r6 p 6 (i t a n . Household Goods Co,; - 20r ast Matn.SC All. ; kinds " of ; pictures ;for . i ;89clhi py Last Coticordia - Cafe !- 307-30.9 Bank ' Streel John Kreez' Beer, 'special brew, 'also Eagle Ale and ' Lager. ' Fine Wihes, Cigars ' and Liquors. Bowling" 'Alley -.j'TnAi mkl i ...iff.'! ' A. ' REICHENBACH,Proprletot: ' "ll et'op yo'ur coxlgh,-' bet'eher xlbllar. 10c erery where,."- - -"