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.WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 16, 1S7.
Much in Little Is especially true of Hood's Pills, for no medi cine ever contained so great curative power in so small space. They are a whole medicine Hoods chest, always ready, al ways efficient, always sat isfactory; prevent a cold or fever, cure all liver Ills, Pills Blck hoadactae, jaundice, constipation, eto. Me. The only Fills to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. ' WHAT'S THE NEWS at flNGIVIAN'S? PLENTY OF IT FOR FURNI , ' - TU RE BUYERS. ' ' ' The latest Is that we have just received ft fine line ot solid Aiahognny pieces, such as Tables. Rockers, Tabourettes, Ac. Just the prettiest things you ever 'saw lor wcddln? or holidny presents. ' Dluing Tables and Chairs to refurnish, new for ThanksK'.ving, new aud hand jiandsoma Parlor uits, 60 diftereut styles ot Bed Kootn Sets to show you. ,TB".E GOOD NEWS RANGE AND PARLOR STOVES, CARPETS, AND OIL CLOTH, MATTINGS AND LINOLEUM, " Liberal Terms to All, ; iivvi . '.Irs" a tr 5. A IVINGMAN, 154 and 156 Grand St. f The Telephone Rings. vY.i 'nullo" "Is this the office ol the Democrat ?" "Yes Sir, wha do you want sir!" "We want to , notify the people ol the city o Waterbury that the 1 Boston Merchant Tailoring Co, Opened up a store at ll5 and 183 -.' Bank street, with great Bargains on " ' account of hard times. Wo are giv ing a chance to the people because vre bought the goods on the low tariff of Europe, sa we can make them cheap. Why do the people buy ready-made clothing when they can buy them at tnm same prices and . order-made of ;th(T BOSTON MER CHANT TAILORINC CO. We are making up the best qualltv goods, " English Worsteds and Scotch Tweed and French Worsted, 15.00 Suit, Tit3.00 Pants and $16.00 Overcoat. I guarantee the best fit and first-class Work." "All right sir." "One, minute please. We have something , e.ss, a specialty, Ladies' Tnllor- Made Suits. Latest Styles, Best . Quality Goods, Lowest Prloe, all styles, all kinds." "Is that all." ,xjWe have a full line of Gent's Fur , '' ulBhing Goods, Best Quality, Low-v- est' Prices." "Good bye." Don't forget the number ol the '1' " o vSeston Uercbant Tailoring Co, FRANK MILLER & CO. GOAL SOUTH MAIN STREET. lENMANSHIP. Prof. Hoi ley jTeaches every pupil to write a fine, Vapid, business hand In a course of ; Sixteen Private Lessons, and no fall .' ores. All kinds of pen work executed In the highest degree ol the art, ''. 167 Bartk St. DENTISTRY. Btoee we reduced the m-ice on all our Dental Work, our business has greatly tr increased, lr you are tninklng of - tisWing anything done In tho dental ;lina come and see us. Remember wo are making Artificial Teeth now lor tho best $7.50 Dr: J. W. Mahony, " DENTIST; Corner Bank and Grand Streets Always Prime. Our Fresh Meats, Poultry, Vegetables and Groceries are the best to be found, and our prices are lower than ever Largest stock In the tlty to select Irom -:o:- L P. H. M. GUILFOILfL - BROOKLYN DISTRICT. Waterbury Democrat TEltMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ONE COPY. One Year. 5.o Six Months, 3.6 Oce Month . . ADVERTISING RATES. Dicplay advertising ? cents tier Inch, flit Insertion; half price f'T oich Bul)equei insertion. Readies; notices is tt r routs line. Keneduleotrtes for long to rn lvei tiHine pent on application. Amns me f- rrt vertisementH tl per Inch, ons tluiui i all P'ie lor each subsequent insertion. O. WALOwfct Editor and Propi'Io'or. The silk stocking element cl the Maryland republicans, headed by Sen ator Wellington, are straining every nerve la their efforts to make sure that the Maryland legislature' does not elect Representative Mudd to buc coel Senator Gorman. These men probably know what they are doing, but their activity against Mudd, who Is considered In Washington as the weak est of all the aspirants to Senator Gor man's seat, reminds one of going after Reed birds with Gattling guns. , Under the present military laws, In France, priests have to do military ser vice like ordinary laymen-. It looks, however, as though the clergy were taking their rev&nge by recruiting their members from the army. A well known officer, Lieutenant Colonel Cre pcaux, has Just left the army to take orders; and recently, an old Papal Zcuave, one of the few surviving he roes of Patay, Colonel Mellian, was ordained priest by his own brother, who is archbishop ol Colombo. The eremony took place at Avignon, and i Very remarkable and unusual Inci dent was that all the performers were brothers. The bishop and the two priests who assisted him , were bro thers of the newly ordained clergyman. The general opinion among the most prominent democrats who have been in Washington since that republican fight upon the election ol Boss Hanna, has appeared to grow to such, large proportions, is that the democrats of Ohio should have nothing whatever to do with it. There is, of course, a bare possibility that enough republican members of the Ohio legislature would, if the democrats would help them, be willing to elect Borne other republican to the senate than Hanna, but the most powerful microscope made woult" not show the smallest particle of ad" vantage to the Ohio democrat In de feating Hanna and electing another re publican to the senate. As long aa Ohio has got to have another republic can senator, Hanna, is the beat man for the democrats, both la Ohio antf elsewhere, that could be chosen. Bui even if it would be advantageous foi the democrats to knock Hanna. out and help to elect some other republican, it would not be advisable lor the demo crats in tha Ohio legislature to become parties to a deal with the alleged antl- H&nna republican members of tha' body, lor the simple reason that Han na, with the aid ol Mr McKinley, will almost certainly be able, by the use of patronage and other methods, to get a sufficient number ol republican votes to be elected. It Is a fight between Hannalsm and Forakerism, and no democrat should interfere CURRENT COMMENT. A few more endorsements of his ad ministration like that given by Ohio and even McKinley will be able to see how worthless the republican nomina tion lor president in 1900 will be. II Crar Reed will only give the house a chance to perform Its legisla tive functions lor a lew days he will have no cause to complain, because the newspapers do not give congress enough space. When consreas does anything the newspapers never fail to let the people know all about it. The administration thinks the state ment made by Ambassador Andrew D. White, taking the Spanish view ol Cu ban matters, all right, but the state ment ol ex-Mlnister Hannis Taylor, fa voring the Cuban side, is all wrong. Now will Mr McKinley be good enough to inform the public what the admin i3tratlon really does think on the sub ject. Horror of Inebriety., "I went through every cent I had lkt night." groaned Jagway the next morning, reaching with a shaking hand for the water pitcher, "but I seem to be retting a head ngainr Chicago Tribune. I ' Probably Dear That. I . Clarence Miss nockinffham made mo feel awfully cheap Inst eighty Freddie How was that? Clarence She offered me a penny for my thoughts. Chicago Kews. A Different Mnlter. Jck Is Charlie ft man to be trusted? Cholly I'd trust him with my life. Jack Oh, yes, I know. But would you trust him with five dollars? Brooklyn Life. SOMETHING TO KNOW. It may be worth something to know that the very beet medicine for restor ing the tired out nervous system to n healthy visor is Electric Bitters. This medicine In nurelv vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nerve centers in the Btomach, gently stimulates the liver and kidneys, and aids these organs in throwing oft imrjuritles in the blood Electric Bitters Improves the appetite, aids digestion and 1b pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best blood rruriBer end nerve tonic TYv it. Bold lor 60c and 11.00 per bottle at O. L. Dexter & Co's drug MjUlRY IS COMING. Congress 'Will Investigate the Soldiers' Homes. WHAT BRECK15R1DGE WILL REPORT. Ho Points Out the Need of Government Supervision end Pronnees Xhet Ther Bo Turned Over to the Cere of tV f'";-' tlie Wit Department.' WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. The ques tion of more economical,- efficient and responsible administration ol the volun teer soldiers' homes will be made the subject ipf investigation by congress as a resultof.the recent inspection of these Institutions by-Brigadier General J. C. Breckinridge, Inspector general of the armjr. , ,r. That officer will urge in his report tne necessity of greater accountability of the board ot managers of the homes lor the expenditure ot money received, and that it status with relation to the gov ernment be definitely established. Gen eral Breckinridge will suggest the ad visability of a complete transfer of the administration ol the homes to the ju risdiction of the secretary of war ana the creation of a new bureau of tho war department to manage its affairs. As at present constituted, the manage. ment of the homes is regarded as un necessarily expensive and cumbersome and as having all the objections of the " methods ol an irresponsible close corpo ration. As originally constituted, the board of managers received no appropriation from congress, the maintenance of the h0??Ze?8 preVl?JT-Mrfl-nn5 flurln which tlme ne held several town and forfeitures ol Volunteer soldiers and ffln . mm hAinr the first col- aesercerB una xi viii icsbujhto anu na , like, At that period the board constituted essentially a corporation, the members ol which were, ex officio, the president of the Uftlted States, the chief Justice and the secretary of war and 11 men. appointed by joint resolution of con gress, to whteh'-body they were noml nally, accountable for their acts. The support of the homes nas Deen mainly provided lor since 1875 by an nual direct and specific appropriations by oOhgress. yet the old corporation spirit Still survives in the board of man. agers, and, according to the etatements of several of its members, they receive the mohey in the nature of a gift or en dowment, to be expended at their discre tion and not as money of the United States, to be disbursed and accounted for as in a department or bureau of the government. The business methods of the man agers are in many instances severely criticised by General Breckinridge, and the fact that the board Is in a large sense accountable to nobody for its acts makes an official Inspection diffi cult "and of less efficacy than if the homes were under the direct jurisdic tion ol a government department. " Will Contest Widow's Claim. . CHICAGO, Nov. 16. Mrs. Valentine B. Ket.Cham, mother of John B. Ketch am, a wealthy Ohio man who died at 8421 Indiana avenue, this city, two days ago, and George R. Ketcham, his broth er, arrived here from Toledo, O., yes terday. They have come to secure the body of the deceased and to defeat the claims to It of a young widow, known aa Mrs- Mabel Estelle Wallace, who as serts she was married to Ketcham and that she has' a will made by him in her favor. Neither the mother nor the brother will talk about legal matters, but there seems little doubt that a sen sational contest of a will held by Mrs. Wallace, or Mrs. Ketcham, is to be made by them. Two Murderers Must Be Discharged. BISMARCK, N. D., Nov. 16. An In teresting legal question is presented by the lynching ol three ol the Spicer murderers. Two ol the men, Holytrack and Ireland, were the state's witnesses, and without their testimony the state has no case against the two Burvlvlng suspects. Black Hawk and Defender. Thert is, therefore, no possibility of convlotlng them before any tribunal, for the reason that the state's witnesses, self confessed accomplices of the mur derer, are dead. At the coming term ol court;-when the two men are arraigned for trial, they must be discharged. . . , . The Turks Eat Crow. IjONDON, Nov. 16. According to a sneclal dispatch from Vienna, the Turk lsh government, in reply to the demands of Baron de calice, tne Austro-iunga- rlan embassador to the porte, lor the rtiBmlssal of the vail of Adana, Asia Minor, and or tne mutessarii oi mr slna,' the port of Adana, for the recent Indignities offered to the Austrian mer chant BraBzafolll, agent at Merslna of the Austrlaa Lloyd Steamship company, has agreed to dismiss both officials and to salute the Austrian flag. The Inci dent Is now closed. - . - - " " 1 . . Insurance Company Falls. ' MAtlONE, ' N. T., Nov. 16. The Pa trons of Industry Fire Insurance com pany of Franklin county has notified all persons doing business with the concern that all policies will be can celed at 'the expiration of ten days. Tho oompany was organised several years ago and' has been doing business in Franklin, Clinton and St. Lawrence counties; the head office being in Ma. lone. C. Pearl, the secretary of the company, when seen, said the failure was due to lack ot support. i tsar,. A Pennsylvania Village Plague Stricken, BUFFALO. Nov. 16. A special to The Times Irom Austin, Pa., says that an exodus of residents has been going on for the past two or three days. Those that -have means to get away from the village are departing as fast as possible. Their objective points are about as various as the refugees are numerous. Typhoid fever Is raging. The number of victims Is now upward of 100. A malignant form of diphtheria has also broken out. Won't Accept the Call. SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Nov. 16. Rev. James Grant, pastor of the Morn. lngdale Baptist church of Pittsfleld, an nounced yesterday that he would de cline the call to a Canadian church. low Remains With Columbia. NEW YORK, Nov. 16. Seth Low, at the request of the trustees of Columbia college, has withdrawn his resignation aa president el that Institution. BEST SET OF TEETH, 88. Fine Gold Fillings, SI and up Teeth filled with Silver, 60c and 75c Teeth cleaned, 75c Teeth extracted, 25c Gas or Air administered, 25c We never wedge the teeth before filling. Teeth extractd ' without pain by tho use of gas or Ryder's-Vitalized Air. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. RYDER'S DENTAL PARLORS. 2DTZ IE1. Xj. JJJJB. 138 BANK STREET. The only dentist by the RYDER in the city. name of JOHN M. LANGSTON DEAD. The Well Known Colored ex-CongreM-man Expire In Washington. WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. Bx-Con-gressman John M. Langston ol Virgin la, one of the most prominent colored men of the country, died here at 8:30 Inct pvpninir TT o wnn veAra Of age. having been bom a slave in 189. He . . . , . r,A was emancipated at xne bis im- . was educated at Oberlin where he was graduated from the theological depart ment in 1S54. He afterward studied law nnnflnA 1 1 .nf n.n! nil llfltll 1S69. . , . . ored man elected to office in the United States by popular vote. In 1869 he was given the professorship ol law at Howard university, remain ing with that institution for seven years. From 1877 to 1885 he was United States minister and consul general to Haiti. Upon hlB return to this country he became president ot the Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute at Petersburg, where he remained for three years, when he was elected to the Fifty-first congress and was given his seat on a contest. Since 1891 Mr. Lang-, ston had been prominent in politics, but did not hold office. THE OHIO ELECTION. Figures Adduced From the Official Connt of the Recent Balloting. COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 16. The official count shows these results: The senate has 17 knowrf Republican members, 18 known Democrats and 1 fusion Repub lican elected on the Democratic ticket In Cincinnati; total, 36. The house has 68 known Republican members, 47 known Democrats and 4 fusion Repub licans elected on the Democratlo ticket in Cincinnati: total, 109. On Joint bajlot the Republicans have 6 majority, fl they get the fusion Re Dublicans. the majority will be 11. Of the known Republicans three have de clined to say how they will vote lor United States senator. The Hanna men claim all of the oth er known Republicans, and if the claim well founded this would, give Mr. Hanna a majority of 2 on Joint ballot. CONDENSED DISPATCHES. English capitalists will import Amer lean slate Into Europe. The farmers of St. Louis county, Mo. have formed an antitramp association. Fred Cowling of Iron Mountain, Mich., was mistaken for a deer and fa tally shot. Six hundred reindeer will be collected for the exDedltlon to relieve the Ice bound whalers. ' Work was begun on the restoration of Independence hall at Philadelphia to its original state. Consul Wlldeman, at Hongkong, re ported that merchants in China favor the gold standard. Mary McLaughlin ol Boston, rendered iesperate by poverty, mortally wounded herself and her husband. Rev. M. W. Reed of Denver says he will try to have the game wardens who killed the Ute Indians tried for murder, Two Spanish spies are said to have been seen at Fort Smith, ArK., on tour through the country gathering war data. The sum-eme court has decided to Is sue '.immediately its mandate in the Durrant murder case and thus hasten the execution. Senor Quesada, secretary of the Cu ban 1unta. who has been on a tour ot the United States and Mexico, says that the people everywhere are enthusiastic supporters of the insurgent causa More Concerning Weyler. MADRID. Nov. 16. The semiofficial Correspondencia, referring to a Ha vana dlspatcn aBserung mat uenerai Weyler carried off with him maps and other documents concerning (juDa, says "The gravity of the statements does not permit comment. The matter must be completely elucidated, for, if con firmed, the government will be obliged to assume an Inexorable attitude." Died to Bare Ber Child. CLINTON. Ia., Nov. 16. Mrs. Henry Paysen was burned to death here In a vain effort to save her 4-year-old Sauchter Amelia from the same fate The child's clothing was Ignited from bonfire, near which she was playing and tha mother, in an effort to extln gulsh the flames, caught the little one in her arms and held her until both were fatally burned. Thorn Says He's No ex-Convict. NEW YORK, Nov. 16. Martin Thorn, accused of the murder of Guldensuppe, rtrclared to his custodians at the Queens county Jail at Long Island City that there was no truth in a story started yesterday that he had beer Imprisoned In Pennsylvania and thai '.he official who claimed to recognlz him es an ex-convict was making mistake. Won't Let Them Work. WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. Commls loner General Powderly of the Immi s-ratlon bureau has received a telegram from Special Inspector Baldwin at Memphis that he has arrested 28 alien stave cutters Illegally , brought from Austria into this country under con tract. tVE ARE STILL AHEAD in the RACE. NEVER BEFORE IN THE HISTORY OF WATERBURY DID ANY SALES EVER T IS EA8Y TO UNDERSTAND. YOU CAN Buy Elegant Goods for would pay for common No Bluff. No Fake. WE MEAN EVERY WORD WE WE. CAN 8AVE SUITS. OVERCOATS, WORKING PANTS. DRESS We have on hand a large that you can buy at a bargain. ( . Your Money Back DEMERS BROS, 119 bakk st. THE NEW WRITER, price $75, is a first-class mnchino nt a reasonable prloe. It is the simplest, lightest, easiest running, fastest and most durable rpo wrlter made. On the majority ol other hlgh-grsde machines the carnage has to be lifted before the work can be see u. On the New Jranklin the work is iu sight from the time the first letter i written until the paper Is removed; For illustrated catalogue and full particulars, write to CUTTER, TOWER COMPANY, Telephone 2123. Established 1845. 12 A MILK ST, BOSTON, MASS. JACQUES OPERA HOUSE. Week commencing Nov lBth, 1807. Rice's Comedians Presenting the following Keportoi'le, FV-ffNTI-vrSS Monday. "All In the Family," Tuesday, "The Old, Old Sto ry." Wednesday, "A Knotty Affair." Thursday, "Back Anion? tne roias. Friday, "The Fairies' Well." Sitturdsy. Dan'l Boone." MATINEES : Tuesdny. "Under the Lion's Paw." Weduesdav, "in tne Trenches." Thursday, "Twixt Love and Duty." Friday, "The Old. Old Story. ' bnturday, "The i ntal btop. Introducing all the lat st and novel Vaudeville specialties. Popular Prices, 10, 20 an 1 30 cents. Matinee Pikes 10 and 20 cents. IF1 OUR. Choice Cut Flowers Go to N The Post Office News .Stand E. W. HALE, Prop. 48 NORTH MAIN ST R LET. Telephone 2S7-5. 1 Orders for T. F. Lunny's Bubl e ' Ilrod Hacks receive prompt attention. SECOND ANNUAL FAIR OF St. Joseph's T. A. Society CITY HALL, . NovemToer 1 to SO. Seaion Tickets with 6 admission 25c. Gtneral admission I0o. Dancing Every Even n;. m ut mm m mm mt em THE GREAT BREAD PRODUCER Thelollowlng flrst-class grocers sell It r. j. Fogg, C. K. Torrainoe fl. W. Footo, F El. Case, F. S. Douglasa, W. N. Ladd, N. W. Heater W. C. Hall W. Wilson ilacKerracher Bros i T. Kllimartln M. Blanctiette v T. O'Rourke E. J. Sullivan I. Elbert ' O. Lrftf rjtrnl ere D. J, Fhelan W. Brickie, ! P. Thomas, J. P. McCarthy, T. M. Creuns, W. N. Vallee, M. LalUere. O. P Cardinal, Dfeittnie-v ft Condon. M. G-allagan NAUGATUCK. CONN. 0. Ackerman. P. O'Connor 1. O, Sullivan, J. Donovan NaugatuoU Co-Op C. E. J. Conway M. Horn. UNION CITY, CONN. . J. J. Llmskey. WATERTOWN. fONN. ' J. J. Kellty. TORRINGTON, CONN. IX IC Trask & Co. . SOUTHPORD. CONN. W. bavls ft. Son. Price nc more than the "just a good." All first class grocers sell it. THE F. C. BUSHNEL CO. So'e Millers' Agents. JOS A. JACKSON, Architect, LILLEY DLOCK, WATERBURY, 117 West 124th Street, New York. PLANS AND SUPERINTENDENCE Ot . all classes ot buildings. Many year successful experience enables ma to secure fur clients the best results ttb fehd least iKwalblft-txpendltttse. EQUAL OURS. Less Money than you ones elsewhere. Nothing Misrepresented. SAY WHEN WE TELL YOU YOU MONEY ON PANTS. UNDERWEAR. Sc. variety of nice Odd Vests by Asking for It. FRANKLIN, maka you money Tire- THIS WEEK We will close out a lot of WRITING PAPER at 6 cents per box. Reoular price 25 cents T. F. COSTELLO, Newsdealer and Stationer. 127 Bank Street. Telephone 242-2. A. C. NORTHROP & CO J7 to 29 Canal St, Waterbury. Manufacturers of , FINE PAPER BOXES. DEALERS IN PAPER AND TWINE. Chinese Methods of Lanndrying. A room 12x12 inVhlch they eat, sleep and work. A pall ol lukewarm water in whioh they wash socks, underclothing, shirts, etc. Luke warm water helps and does not kill microbe?. II you patronize Chinese and their filthy methods you cannot be clean. Vi. R. DAVIS CO. 17 Canal St' LAKE, STROBEL SCO. JSK SEAMLESS WEDDING HINOS. SILVERWARE, CLOCKS And STATUARY. Inspectors of N. E. R, TL Watchea. Umbrellas and Parasols. We sell exclusively our own make ot the be?t goods, for least money in the city. Recovered and Repaired with the best Gloria Silk, while you wnit. War ranted for good variety. Come and see lor yourself. 3- Friedman, "M'jar'r 217 Bank St. Open Ev'ngs until 0 :30. Tenements To Rent. I have about 20 tenements iu new houses, that will be ready within the next 30 days at prices from S10 to S15 per month, , with all lnprovements. For further particulars call on W. A. SPENCER, (Room 4) 26 East Mi in Steeet FOR SALE. Buildirig 45x100 oi Bank street; also Brick an l Frame Building centrally located, 117 x 100, facing 3 streets. Ad. drsss T. A. B. "DEMOCBAT" Sice BARBERS It cannot be deni d urc honest fellows, but it they o' anco to cut your hideH they try to hide your cut. 'Thero are V tricks practiced in the clothing tra Hint discounts the tik-ks of the barbers, s Enticing luhertisenionts 4)Uotinj rheap prices on a lew chcup suits and over ion ts, which was purpi sely bought for ' that purpose, is ngiiinst or " policy-, , nor is it our policy : to uharle John more than James, l ir. it-. i well known we h-.va strictly one r'.ce lor every body and extend ojr terms of -credit to all mike. Y &: is the ueo advertising a $30 Hale tor 910, does anv; ' one expect It? We fell a Suit or Over coat lor $10 thrt is worth 310, ' ex erv cent (1 it a Suit tl-at you can depend i n giving you -service, nud stand re- sponsible for every th nj we sell, eVerv other articl ) bought at our ore It of the) tame vnli e as f und elsewhere, ' i hat's why people who have sufficiently trdpfl with us r-icomme id us toihslr :filends., ' Hint's why our business Is constant! on 1 the increase, that's why pronto Who started to deal with ua toveial ytarl &o stl'l deal with us. ".... - i .1'. Credit Clothing Go 62 BANK STREET. : Naugatuck Office in Hop&on'a Block, Nothing: Succeeds Like Success. Take a note of my pi ices for t Groceries and compare V,.-: them with what you ... Flour, per barrel, ' - ; $5.90 : " 1-8 Sacks, f " .75 Granulated Sugar, 18 lbs, f 1.0Q White Extra . C Sugar, 20 lbs, Potatoes, per bushel, 3 lbs Prunes, 2 lbs Apricots, , ' , 2 lbs Apples, 3 lbs good Raisins, ; "; All othcr'goods at equally Low Prices. THE PEOPLES GROCER 86 North Main St. ' Waterbury Fire Alarm. U0 ? .80 ' 25 ,2sl f- LOCATION OF BOXES. ;' " ' ; J, 3 Exchange place. 4 Cor South Main and Grand streets. ' ; ' v - ';' ' "v'"V B Scovlll Manulacturing Co, (prl vate.) - ..,;-. ; 6 Cor Bridge and Magill streets.. ' . 12 Rogers & Brother. 13 Cor East Main and Nlac " streets. Lr ' -f " 14 East Main and Wolcott road. 15 Cor High and Walnut streets. " ' 5 ltt Cor East Mln and Cnerry streets: .:..-;. 17 Cor East Main and Cole streets.,. 21 Cor North Elm and Kingsbury. streets. ' -; 23 Cor Nrtn Elm- North Main and , Grove streets. . . - t; ' ( ; 24 Waterbury Manulacturing -. Co,", v (private.) - r. n " 25 Cor North Main and NortS ; streets. f v- ' 26 Cor Buckingham . and Cooke streets. " . , -?V 27 Cor Grove and Prospect streets." 23 cor Hillside avenue and Pitta! , street. ' - t-- : 29 Cor jonnson ana watervuji streets. . i,v 31 Cor Bank and Grand streets. v." 32 Cor West Main . and Wlllovr streets. " r. 34 Cor West Main and Watertowtt road. .- . 35 Traction Co's Stables, (private.) 36 Waterbury Brass . Co, (private.) 37 Cor Cedar and Meadow streets, so T!nr Grand and Field streets. - 42 3or South Main and Clay streets. 43 Waterbury Watch Co, (private.)- I " 45 Benedict & Buanham- Co.-JpYU I ! 46-Waterbury Buckle Co, (private.)'' iV 47 cor South Main and Waahlnctoq I streets. ' " - ! 52 Cor Franklin and Union streets. 53 Waterbury Clock Case factory, f (private.) . ,r., ,.' 54 Cor Clay and Mill streets. ,-. 56 Cor Liberty and River streets. ' 57 No 5 Hose House. ; -. 58 Cor Baldwin and Stone streets. . 62 Cor Doolittle . alley and Dublin " streets. - -y 212 The Piatt Brothers & Co, (pr vate.) , t 214 Waterbury Clock Co Movement . - factory, (private.) .'- S51- Cor Round Hill and Ward street: 252 Cor Baldwin and Rye streets.. ;N- 311 Southern New England TeleV-J phone Co, (private.) 312 Cor Bank and Meadow streets. " 313 Randolph ft Clowes, (private.) - 314 Plume & Atwood Co, (private.) ' " 315 American Ring Co, (private;) f 316 Electric Light Station, (private.) 318 Holmes, Booth & Hayden's, j(prt H vate.) " - V 321 No 4 Hoae House' - - V 323 Cor Washington nnd West Ftop ter 0txts -824 Cor Charles and Potter streets. ' V ' 325 Cor Simon street sand Wa-3J-t.'? I ton Avenue. ' - -- -. - v f ' 412 Tracy Bros tM ttZTX lZZ:' " tor.