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Ilrvotcd to tbt intrrr.$t$ of thr (Tonnrttirut itationul «»'>uard, and thr |lrgimrnt in yartintlar. Vol.. I. IIAIiTFoKI), CONN., MAY 17. 1S7:1 No. TJpton^s Tac-tics. These an.l (iRlSWOLD'S tine watches are the true "TICKS" that jruvoru the KVOH'TIOXS and l i E V o h l TlONS if not the EBI'LI'TIONS of the Military anil Civic bodies of onr SOLK CAPITAL. Look out for Klection prices, at 25 ASYLUM ST.. HAIiTFORD. J. G. GRISWOLD. Krug, Parisli & Co., CIGAR MANUFACTURERS, a ; MAIX STUEKT. He»(l Q u a r t e r s f o r Cataliuas. I'arti-Biu, KIgaros, etc. Military " ItooHlern " all stop here. " Trix " always oii hand. uiris KI:c». Sergt. ii.r. o- IH^ S Y I v E H, Fancy and Domestic Baker, CONF«I TIO.NKRV AND OKNAMBNTAL Wlir.K. No.7 -Mlyii Iloua.-, II.MSTFOUl). CONS. Also.TKMI'KU.VXCK I>IMN»; SALOON. •WedillDK and Sm-lal Tartlfn mpplled with every r e q u i s i t e : Si lve r , China. <lrla. »A».. MHVuKsiKcH, . eVt c. . A. II. r. <i. JOB PRINTING. HavlDK j u s t Introduced a new IIA.XTKK SrnAM Ks- OINK, with NEW Tvi-it and rKi£-«sKs, we are prepared t o fill orders f o r the l l l » r QI ALITY of work at the LOWE>T PKK KS. SMITH, FOWLKKA MILLEK. Law and ('ommerelal .lob r r l n t e r i, EXI'HANOF CORVUK. HVBTFORII. COXS. . F A M K S D A X I K L S, 31'; .MAIN srUKKT, HAUTKOISl). (DNN. IMrectly West of State House, Dealer In HATS,« APS AXDFI IiS. t MltUELL'.V.S, TKAVEL-IX(; BAGS, AC. A FL'LL ASSOUTMKNT OF Gent's Fine BOOTS and SHOES, In all t h e Latest Styles, equal in every respect t o cus-t om worik, c an be fAo uMn dO a tS P r i v a t e S i i m o * * can be found at this establiKh-nient. ROSWELL BI-OIMlltTT. K. F. IlI.MlWlltTT. J. B. ctAPP. R. F. Blodg-ett So Co., Iron and Steel Merchants, IT, 19 AN'I> ,'1 MAUKKT STUEET. We keep c o n s t a n t l y on hand a full assortment of all the b e t t e r erades af American and Foreliru I HON and STEEL. J. B. CLAPP, Lieut. Col. First i:eg't. J. 11. W. E. CONE Wholesale and Ketall Dealers in H A R D W A R E , Wooden Ware. Seeds and . \ ? r l r u l t u r a l Implements. N.)s. 53 and 55 A.syhiin S t r e e t . H AKTFORD, CT. (ISemoved f r om Asylnei Street.) Agents for Wood's Prize Mowinit Machines. WILLIAM I. co.N«. quarter Master, First Regiment. I -MILITARY ITKMS. i DBCOR.\TI(>N DAV, Friday .May :50th. THE K>\PSACK >•> reio^ni/ed by military nii'ii aud conseiiuently they favor us" with f/if-iV " a J s . " The Marine Artillery of Providonoe, Col. Dyer an- movinir in the matter of forming a veteran a.-'sociation. THE statement made tliat "Colonel Ames of the Third is atiout to rcsi;rn " is not true. The Colonel has no suc-h intentions. That's what he says. THE KNAI'SATK would rottim thanks to PT-priTate Lucke of the (iroys for a copy of his rejMirt of the \V'ashin;;ton cxeursioii" of the seeond reiriinent. The -Wi/' //>i/r« f'n'not, offlcial oriran C. N. G. says that '' .Assistant .-Vdjiitant-iimeral Fox is'to be rcstimcd this year in the (i. (). also that the elerieal force will probubly be." AI>JT. (IEN. MERWIN will p l e a s e a c c e p t o ur thanks for a eopy of hi.s annual n port. From it we see that the C. N. (i. is in lir.-t rate con-dition and nnmberg lueii (.Mari'h :ilst, l.S-^). THE General says, " No military oriraniza tion is thorouirhly e"iuil']iril unless provided with overcoats and knapsacks; the ncce<-ity ha.s Ions been felt in our (iuard, and 1 reconi-mend the State to supply them." THE American band of Proviilciice have jiriM-ured a handximr new uniform at a i-ost of and they are to hold a iiiiisical festival on the "il, '-i-l. and •J'.'ird iust to raise money to pay for same. F.X-FKIVATE Theron C. Swan of the H. C. <;. is the new .Vs.sistant tiuartermaster General (Rank, Major,) and military store keeper at the State .\rseiial, ••i.-r Blakeslee whose term of service expired with the retiring adminis-tration. First Senreant Eddy of Company " C." Uni-ted Tniin of Artillery of Providence was in town on Tuesday, ami called on his military friends. He carries on his manly liosom the handsome i;old badiie recently presented him by the otlicers of the I . T. A." WILL thecommandinirotflcers of companies please till and return those petitions for over-coats, knapsacks, and blankets innneilintrlii. to box Hartford, Ct. Should any of the olti cers not have received them throUjfh mistake, they can be obtained by sendint; to the same address and xivin^ their directions in full. THE new »ii;n was raised on Tuesday morn-ini: of last week without ceremony. N'ewton (our Georkce) was the artist and well he per-formed hi.s work. But for the excitement of Election and so much on the minds of the (iuards, a hot cheese would have been cut and " T r i x " would have furnished music with his lliourjute. SiNfE our last issue the following named i ' b r a v e s " of the H. C. (i. have liecn muster- I ed out of the st.ite service by orders from the A. G. O. viz: Privates Chas. .M. Webster, .M. E. Doolitt'.e, Geo. H. Hebard, James P. Am erman, .John Guiniuill, F.lliott F. Brewer, Geo. W. Hlis-s, Amos Fowler, G. S. A. Youni:. Ed. E. Rolierts, Henry B. Welles and F. Edward SiKincer. CoNCERNOfiJ the appearance of the First Rciriment at the late election oarade the .Vex- If.irrii J'ft'nm otBcial ortcaii C. (i. says "The First Ueiriment, Colonel Hamilton preccedcd by General Crauford and staff, followed. The marchinir of this rei;iiiieut was most excellent, many of the comp.inies as tliey inarched by company front, presented an undeviatin<_' line." A L I T T L E iiov asked Capt. J. K. WILLIAMS what part of a ves.sel wa.s like his store. •Jn icivinii up this conundrum the boy replied : "The Spair)." Tlie boy was then invited to call on .Mr. Edwards at J l l Main Street, who •;ave him a Ki.ssfeniren) for his mother, and was further invited to uo to No. 7 Farinini;ton Avenue, and see .Mr. Clark, " rirh-h- ilhl.'^ Choice Syrups and Soda at all the.se places. To Let. Central Hall. For private sociables, receptions, festivals, etc. l O T f H K I s s , >Hi Main St.. 1. LOI IS KUL l i , Main Si Dr. Henry C. Bullock, Sur.fi^eon Dentist, No. VAt-, Main St.. City Bank Buildinir. . nn.LRVK. \SSIST\NT SI RCKON 1ST RRfiT.,r. Carpenters, BniMers, Dealers in Pic-ture Frames, and others, T n k e > r < > t i e e ! I have recently pun-ha»ed one of LKE'S latest ini-prored MOI.DIXfl MAfHINKS, and I also employ the best inau in the s t a t e to run it. I am now pan-il to f u r n i s h to o n l e r e v e r y ile«erlptlon of M( .... TNI.s. also WOOD Tl UNINli, S( UoLL SAWIM, AT,: MAClIlNKs. I'ATTEUN.S, MODELS for Inventors, anil ( AIUNET wol'.K neatly executed. C K i . \ i : KO.\ f.S of the best material, and superior make < KiAU M.VKKitS will Ond It to t h e i r advantage to Kive nie a call before sendlnf; their orders else-where. ( i r a t p f u l for past favors and hoplnt; to receive a *hare of your patrnnafte In the f u t u r e . I subscribe myself. Vours Ifespectfully. M. E . D o O L I T T L I a . o , o. Main St., Wood's BuUdlng Tbomas liong'don. Company Armorer, will explain the woritlnns of the I'eabody, to citizens aud r e c r u i t s t;ener.blly. HLAIMCARTR.KS AT THR .\RMOKV. KRSIDENI R, 77 Maple .Xvenue. " Brevet M a j o r , ' and Armorer II. C. li. for t h e past eleven years. S. F ( I I KRNJ^KY. DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, Dealer in Pnms. Medlelnes, rhemlcais. Djfe Stum*. Toilet Arllcles. Patent Medicines. Pure Wines and Liiiuors for Medli-inal Piirpuses. Choice CiKars. etc. -KSV MAIN SYKEET. IIAUTFOKI). ( ONN. Physicians' Prescriptions accurately prepareil. HOUSE AND 3 X O IV F A I I S T T E R . So.JTE-NTRAL Kow. HAKTFOKI). CONN Cloaca H NBWTOJI. H. C.
|Uniform Title||Knapsack (Hartford, Conn.)|
|Subject||Hartford (Conn.) - Newspapers; Connecticut - National Guard - Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Biweekly; Publication dates: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 19, 1873) - vol. 2, no. 52 (Apr. 24, 1875)|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.N6 C6692|
|Relation-Is Part Of||Connecticut military newspapers, 1862-1875|
|Publisher||Hartford City Guard, Company "F", First Regiment, C.N.G.|
|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/|
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Ilrvotcd to tbt intrrr.$t$ of thr (Tonnrttirut itationul «»'>uard, and thr |lrgimrnt in yartintlar.
Vol.. I. IIAIiTFoKI), CONN., MAY 17. 1S7:1 No.
These an.l (iRlSWOLD'S tine
watches are the true "TICKS"
that jruvoru the KVOH'TIOXS
and l i E V o h l TlONS if not the
EBI'LI'TIONS of the Military
anil Civic bodies of onr SOLK
Look out for Klection prices, at
25 ASYLUM ST.. HAIiTFORD.
J. G. GRISWOLD.
Krug, Parisli & Co.,
a ; MAIX STUEKT.
He»(l Q u a r t e r s f o r Cataliuas. I'arti-Biu, KIgaros, etc.
Military " ItooHlern " all stop here.
" Trix " always oii hand.
uiris KI:c». Sergt. ii.r. o-
IH^ S Y I v E H,
Fancy and Domestic Baker,
CONF«I TIO.NKRV AND OKNAMBNTAL Wlir.K.
No.7 -Mlyii Iloua.-, II.MSTFOUl). CONS.
Also.TKMI'KU.VXCK I>IMN»; SALOON.
•WedillDK and Sm-lal Tartlfn mpplled with every
r e q u i s i t e : Si lve r , China.
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