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VOL. I. f i r v o t r d to t h ( iKtrt(i$t$ of the ( T o n n r r t i c u t R a t i o n a l ( $ u a r d , and t h t ^ir.sit ^ c i ) i n ( n t in JPntrtivnlAr. I I A K T F O U l ) , C O N N . . J A N . •J4. 1S74. No. - i l. Upton^s Tac-tics. These aiul (ililSWOLD'S tine watches are the true " TICKS'' that govern the EVOLUTIONS and KEVOLI'TIONS if not the EBULUTIONS of the Militarv and Civic bo<h'es of our SOLfe CAPITAL. Ijook out for Election ]>rices, at 25 ASYLUM ST., HARTFORD. J. G. GRISWOLP. I f ^ B r i g r h a m H a l l , Real Estate Broker, 2 3 8 M a i n S t r e e t . H a r t f o r d , Comn. H O U S E S , LOTS AND FARMS, AND WKSTERN L A N D S FOK SAI.K KXCUANGK. R E N T S C O L L E C T E D, Mortstaiii's negotiated, and all hu.siiii'ss con-nected with REAL ESTATE, attended to on tlie most Tcasonalde terms. X. B. HALL, Kx. H. «:. G. B l r u g ' , P a r i s h Sl C O ., CIGAR MANUFACTURERS, MAIS STIJKKT. Heart Quart ITS f^r «at:iiin:is. Partt'Kas, Fltfaros. etc. MUitarv •• K.ii stcr-•• all stop here. •• tri.x •'alw:iy.i on liaiKl. L"1 IS KRl «. SlTJft. II. C. O. F H Y l v J i l S , and Domestic Baker, r o < » rE(m»SAKV AXI> OKMAMKNTVL WORK, So.7Allyii House, HAIiTFOUIJ.»ON'N". Also.TKMl'KlJANCK DISINU SALOON. Wertrtiui; and Social Parties suppli"«t with every requisite : Silver, t'hiua. GlasKs,. AM. u8YsiKr.E eSt.c T. . A. II. C. O. JOB PRINTING. Having just Intro'luced a new KAXTKU Srit\» K.s-olSE, with NEW TTPK anti rp.ESSE.-, we are prepan-d to (111 orders for the HE S T yi-ALiTT of work at the LOWEST PRICES. SMITH. KOWLKi: Jt MU-LKi:. Law ami Cointnercial .lob Printers, EXCHANOI! CORNER, HARTFORD, CONN. Fancy A FULL ASSOUTMKN'T OK Gent's Fine BOOTS and SHOES, In all t h e Latest St y l e s .equal in every respect to cus-tom work, can be fAouMndO aSt u l R N E D ' S , SI7 Main St r e e t. Private SIXMOMS can be found at this establish ment. N E W T O N , HOUSE AND S I Or , Bow, HARTFONN, COSX. GIOKOE U. NEWTU.t, H. C. G. MILITARY ITEMS. Tli«' Won-cster t'itv tiiiani will accfpt thanks tor " cnnips" to their Asst-mhly Friday evenin>f nfxt. " Trix " says ' Mac " is so thiti that dislikt's to hear the coinniami " pr«»«?nt ar;n.s," tor tear that Ca]itain won't see him Ijfhiml the gun, and that the different motions arc not in the least slighte*!. Full dress drills are now in order by the Second regiment companies. I'ol. Smith has so ordered them, to exhibit their pnv ticieniy, promptness and discipline. A field orticer is present at the drills as provided for by the Militia law. The C. X. it. was represented at the 22d New York's annual n-ception on the I'ith by Colonel Smith, Captain A. C. Hendricks, Lieutenant Colonel Fox, A. A. U. ; Lieuten-ant Bacon anil Liuutenant Warren and several of the (Jrays. Serjjt. Benjamin Cushman of the Fixrt Guards, died on the Oth, of ronsuniption. The members of the Company atteLded his funeral on the 11th in citizens' clothes, with fatii^ue caps and white glovi s. He ! had bei n a nieiulH-r ten years, and was | much n-spectcd by the memlnTs of the , Uuiirds. His ajre was thirty-ei;;lit. ! And now the .>»arstield (iimrd (t'o. C, Second) which but recently tiioveil into the | (trays' oi<l armory are talking ot a • cliaii:.'!' ! of base" once more: this time tin- new buildin^r just efi-i-ti-d corner KIni and State streets. New Ihiven, c"iimn:inds their utteti- j tion. Their pres-'iit i|uarters tor some reason or other an- not |>leasant for the • •• right of the Second. " , The fourth sociable of the series, given by the I'ity (tiiard. was held ii< t l n i r nr- i inory la>t eveninir. was largely attended and was a success in i viTy iiurtinilar. <'nt-of the pleasantest features of the eveninj^ • was the intriHluction of a new " Lanciers " i|uadrille. compotwd by I'rofessor Kellly, ^ and dedicated to the Hartford City (iuard, i the music lieing arraiiircd by t'aptain Adkins of the First Kejr't band. The ((uadrille introduces several new ami v.-ry pretty changes, and reHci-ts great credit uiK)n its gentlemanly composer. The next ' SfM'iable of the series will be given on i Friday, the ;!Oth inst.— AV*-. P'>»t l.'>th. | The T'llliinil I'li'iiitji Ji)iiriiiil luiblished ' in Koekville, referring to the late prize drill of t'o. C, says " it was not s<iuare dealing to rule out members bei-ause they | had not obsi-rved the rules of dress parade." | It ap|>ears that the judges threw out one i of tin-non commissioned otlicers who hail i entered the comjH-tition because he a]>pear-ed irith his fiult Huhiittirneil. Now we do say that it fnx a just di-cision. and most | certainly " sijuare dealing" on their jiart, ' for, if a soldier enters a coni[)etition drill | where he is to com|M te for the honor of i l)eing the most soldierly, best drilled and j disciplined m.-mber of the com mam I, the condition of his uniform will be taken into , considfration. and we do think that it (/•</.•» i " sijuare dealing " on the i)art of the judges j in throwing out the " non c<m» " for his nnn'Adierty Ix-aring. by not appearing in line with his coat pn>j)erly buttoned up. ' OPERA THE SPA BDDSE J. K. WILLIAMS ORUS 393 Main St, STOJE f t ^ - . ^ ^ o X S s V c c ts ilmiart kinds of UKAL KSTATK. fity and C.iuntry I'roperty sold iir exchaiiu.'il. Properties rented, tiiKen charge of and rents collected. Will AL>O IIIANAKE Auction Sales of Ueal Kstate and Furniture, nenotinte I.nans, e t c. Hat Store. Hats, Caps, Furs, Gloves, fmbr.-llas, cunes. Trunks, Triivelinr Ba(ts, Lap kohes, H'«r»e itliiiikets. 4,-., Ac., ISc., Ac. JfamitfoH Itarnn. lll^r li.HlOS \T l.o« Kvr I'KIC KS. 4 Ceiitial Kow. <;I:KK A TON I). '256 M a i n S t r e e t . P. O. B a i l d l n K. Wholesale and retail deale|-s in Bmiks, Sta-tionary and Fancy (inods, Kiiic English and Frcncii Papers witli Envelopes, a specialty. Initial Note Papers. SCHOOL BOOKS. All the new hooks soon as issued. Prices reasonable. . l o I l N S M I TH Plumbing, Gas & Steam Fitting, Gas Fixtures. I V. .V.Hyluiii St., ror. Fold, IIARTFOKD, CT Orders attemleil to with promptness and dispatch. q , E M M I I X . B U R N H A M * CO., l^erchant Tailors, IValers In Fine Ready iiiade ClothiiiK of our own Manufactura. NO. IS AS^ LI M STKKKT. H.irtford, Conn. E. F. BL-RNllAJl. JOHN liKMMILL, H. O, 8 . S. F. ( H ' E U N S E Y . DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY. Dealer in DRU**, Medicines, Cheinlcals. Dye Stulla Toilet Articles. Pa t e n t .Medicines, Pure Wines am Liquors tor Medicinal Purimses Choice (,lKAM,etc. ' 599 MAIS STliKKT, llAUTFOITO, C(5NS. Phys clans' Prescriptions accurately preparsd.
|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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f i r v o t r d to t h ( iKtrt(i$t$ of the ( T o n n r r t i c u t R a t i o n a l ( $ u a r d , and t h t ^ir.sit ^ c i ) i n ( n t in JPntrtivnlAr.
I I A K T F O U l ) , C O N N . . J A N . •J4. 1S74. No. - i l.
These aiul (ililSWOLD'S tine
watches are the true " TICKS''
that govern the EVOLUTIONS
and KEVOLI'TIONS if not the
EBULUTIONS of the Militarv
and Civic bo
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