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,,!", '(pub ".f.odal ~ttu.oul1 is lased upou 'o-,tal -~lUll' , , OO~" APRIL. 1896. ~o. 4;. esteem. despite their foUy over ,gamcio and ~l~eticsi matten wrilten about in the, articles 'al- , ~ /:t. COTTAGE BY THE SEA,! "\ to above. The real confession that, I h~~e to ~e isL that there was juit a,little 9f the 'cl~ptrap, '!' the use of the caption referred to. "- Havil)g know~ moch of coUege life (not- as ,or student)" I feefwarranted repeating what rhav~ said -iq honor and re. C~n't a~o~d one ? Oh, yes, you can, e~eci.l1y· i when a GOOD LbT, on which to place such a. ~ , dwel.ling, call be bought for $26.001 "_ L ! Add,,",, H. J, HIl.,LIARr!'. , Lo,!!.at South Lyme, Conn: Porlland, Gon~ I " ' spect for the .tnd~ta of Weslej'llli, Having been 1-------------Ilorn under the &hadow of Amherst and Williston H<ilyoke .and Smith, and .having known much of Tufts and Harv.ai'd, I can truthfully ';'y truit the men of Wesleyan stand higher in my esteem than !lOy that r have ever kn'lWD. Hence the boldnesS of my address. I see in them bright hopes for the future,. I am, conscious that they are to 'be. our j and t.representative meo -, our ~ divines t]~~~~~~~!~~~~ ju!lges and medi.,aI advisers. And'th!OSC thinK'; ar; what ~ve. troubled me, ' I cannot brook the sight ·~~~:~i::;'i~:i.\ '~:Xpum':ic 1 of.. . seemg ~hem dancing behind a bat,. 6r rolling V anc! tumbh,lig in the mud, in strife over a leather . !Jag 'inflated with comm~h ~jr. " I 'know the ili~m~~~i~~~~~th~'eo~ry~ aadnvd~· t~headt ;o. t,hre r uvnallgeurset aaDn!d1 mthyes ticaanlt i-Jabo, for-ce ru.n .to, CLOT-HING.: Cn,stom Work YS. ReadfMade ( • _ ( 'i. , ' -F,ts Better-Looks Better- Wears Longer I and (i~ the enci) is cheaper, S'tyl~s Up-to:o'date and ~Iways right; ... -w-e Ha"V~ a , •. ~ trusts"ar,d mon- i'c:ll4"'· • I better on Iwo·,.arm sympathy with saId , , I could fain, wish I might meet directed. With this spirit, read, ~;ti~ 'I.~~~~ under like con!litions. He frankly told . and crilici.t. ' There were,-papers enollgh ' me_that most of the \)oy.-thought me a crank, but THE NEW ,REpUBLIC had birtb; and evety looked _upon me with kind consideiatibn; for _ one added io the long list only cumbers both of which: I feel' truly grateful. If ~non I -ground unless it performs some special work, and venture further with my pencil, I beg the same , consideration_ Very truly, ' that work make. for-social progress. - '''-, _.~' UNCLE MURRAY. R ELI ALE STREET. , MIDDLETOWN'. C0 1'N \ UB}1, NOT ABUSE. questfon is the paramount question of It is before the American -people for setllleInet.t. W . ' . d L· I It must be met. It 'caIinot be avoided. ~ Your Indulgence, Please. IneS an lquors not an empire nor a kingdom-absolute nor THE NEW ltI!PUBLlC has been written ':-nder • ~ , . ' • Jimited. Ours is-a government of the people, by very trying circumstances this month. Two For 'Medicrnal Purposes I the People, -and for the people. Questions Can- deaths have yisited the immediate family con nee-not be settled by edicts. We must reason to. tions of the writer. One occurred in Marblehiad, Purity and Sufficient Age can be GUARANTEED 1 • gether and settle aU Qur differences by arbitration. Mass., and called · him and his family to ' hat Old Pepper,. Old Crow, Hermitage, ., He who would coerce the people is an enemy , place, and the othe] in his own hOlDe, necest.ta- G. 0_ Taylor, Private Stock" Ga rricK Club, 'our Jiberties. ting a repetition of the funeral journey of more ' McBrayer" Canadian Club, '. 4t no man be against any other man, ' than one hundred and twenty-five miles, aggre- : Irish and Scotch W~iskies , each for another, and aU for each_ Remember gating over five hundred miles in the gloom 'and Champagnes, tliat we are brothers, and if any man hates an- under the shadow of the grave. Under such con- St. Croix Rum, Jamaica Rum, Medford Rum. other e hateth his own brother. RockefeUer ditioDl the common and every-dayexpressions French Brandy, . C~lifol'llia Brandy, my ~th'l',. a1beit he may have &ecured .thought become difficult. As the writer goes Cider Brandy, .very Old Cider Brandy, more tbiti. qis natural inqeritance. Come afoot and alone in the work he has chosen, it will Holland ~s, . Old Tom Gin, Barber's Gm. reason together, for by so doing we fulfill be .. en, that his task is no inconsiderable one. Port and Sherry Wines, Imported CalIfornia Wi Scriptures, and become obedient to the laws We pray an indulgent public to be charitable and (Old, iu bulk 'and boll I,,). : ,the brotherhood. - . impart to us somewhat of that sympathy which we Sherry, Port, Muscatel, Angel ica, Tokay, crave as we bend under the weight and burden Good California Port and Sherry, S. per gal. Kids of Wealeiana. • of life. " , Iulported and Domestic Ales and Porters, M God h I d bl th . h - d- Maryland M. a1•• Duff),', Malt. Long. long time ago I wrote several '~SCl'Jlps" ay e p an ess e lie an llOor .. under .the above caption. I never regretted alike as we pass under the .hail;'ws of life's atllic- Imported Liqueut;S and Cordials- . ilon!IJand ai1l each individual in his efforts to do Creme de Menthe, Bened ict ine, . articles, nor is this in the slightest deg ... , what good he may in a world of pain anil death, Curacoa, Cherry Cordial, Anise tte, M,uw;chin/'>, lense, to be taken as asking forgiveness for having poverty and wealth, surfeit and suffering. May Noyan, Arrack Punch, Kummel, Etc" Etc, Written them. But slight compunctienl of con- the troe spirit oc'brotherly love brood overall the Tyler's Drug Store ocMnce have sometiml!jl troubled me when' the un- communities reached by THE NEW REPUULIC. fortdllate caption has startled my memory. No the spirit of kindness and sympathy be ex- Nos. 257'.and 259 MAIN STRE rdilrcopect was intended, nor .(e.!!. On the con· ~E~~to~th~. little tpharOpellrl ha st hite cvoanletisn ouef s oiutsr alfoovoetd- MIDDLETO,lNN, 1Ia(y, Ibe men of Waleyan have ever held IT,.t •• Phc,n. yall-No. 7. -' CONN. .'
|Title||New Republic, 1896-04|
|Uniform Title||New Republic (Middletown, Conn.)|
|Subject||Temperance -- Connecticut -- Newspapers; Middletown (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Monthly; Notes: "Social harmony is based on social equality."|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.B7 L39|
|Relation-Is Part Of||Connecticut prohibition newspapers|
|Rights||Digital Image © Connecticut State Library. All rights reserved. Images may be used for personal research or non-profit educational uses without prior permission. For permission to publish or exhibit, see Reproduction and Publication of State Library Collections, http://ctstatelibrary.org/reproduction-publication/|
|Title-Alternative||The new republic|
|CONTENTdm file name||11855.cpd|
".f.odal ~ttu.oul1 is lased upou 'o-,tal -~lUll' , ,
OO~" APRIL. 1896. ~o. 4;.
esteem. despite their foUy over ,gamcio and
~l~eticsi matten wrilten about in the, articles 'al- , ~ /:t. COTTAGE BY THE SEA,! "\
to above. The real confession that, I h~~e
to ~e isL that there was juit a,little 9f the 'cl~ptrap,
'!' the use of the caption referred to. "-
Havil)g know~ moch of coUege life (not- as
,or student)" I feefwarranted
repeating what rhav~ said -iq honor and re.
C~n't a~o~d one ? Oh, yes, you can, e~eci.l1y· i
when a GOOD LbT, on which to place such a. ~ ,
dwel.ling, call be bought for $26.001 "_ L !
Add,,",, H. J, HIl.,LIARr!'. ,
Lo,!!.at South Lyme, Conn: Porlland, Gon~ I
spect for the .tnd~ta of Weslej'llli, Having been 1-------------Ilorn
under the &hadow of Amherst and Williston
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