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. WATERBURY EVENINGS DEMOCER AT 1YEnNBSD A Y NOVEMBER ,28, 1900.
DJninor Room All ? ft. . ?r- - - . r ji - . m - m mr m-b f . i r- Fixed, 311st as you'd have your friends see it? If not, there's ttoe Burrall" Furniture (the reliable: klud; riguv i your eioow. , rt t i j-j 'An Extension Table., $12.30.1 lnVg' top, brilliant poiii;b. heavy or lift! t legs, beautifully quartered pak. Te'vc others less priced still others for more money. . Or a Sideboard. $25. not our cheap est or costliest b.u a tA'in. French bevel plate, velvet '.inert drawer, pian j polished quaritvel c a!'. . - . . A China Closet. i:;;.."i0, swell eIs,. portable shelves polished quartered oak-. ' Chairs of every description and price. J:M. Bur rail 2 Co CO BANK ST. Undertaking . ; H. E. Seymour, 1S4 Maple St. Phone. D. M. Stewart, 101 Franklin St. Phor.e Two Rooms In Milford Building, Center street, for office or building purposes. Also, One tenement, four rooms. .. i One tenement, five rooms. Il modern improvements. J. W. Gaffney, 16 EAST MAIN ST. ... ANNOUNCEMENT ... Mr Joseph PL Mooney Having recently returned from Italy, where he has been studying the art of singing under II Sip-nnr Carle Morntti. Is prepared to take a limited num ber of pupils at his new studio in the New EAgland Engineering Co's build ing. J. H. Mulville, UNDERTAKER, FUNERAL ' DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. Residence-, 397 Eat Main street. Store, St Patrick's Block, 110 Broadway- ; ryyimiui SPRING' LAKE ICE CO THOS. H. HAYES, Proprietor. : 37-39 BROOK STREET. Telephone 603-2. "Ilie only real bprmg AVater Ice in the City." Special attention to family trade. - HORSE SHOEING... AND GENERAL WAGON REPAIRING I DONE IN FIRST CLASS SHAPE. - ' AT R, NBLAKESLEE'S, . - V , ' .' '. ."J: 3G0S . MEADOW ST. . - Get Your Fire-place Ready. the;e...coldritgfcts; ' We have andirons fn brass' and iron from 2.50 anc up wards; 'Pdrtable Grates, Fenders, Spark .Guards. Shovels and Tongs everything . for .the fireplace. Fifty designs of hard wood Mantels in our ehow room a good one in oak with facing and ornamental center piece for 516.00. ' Open everv nierhr. . . CHARLES JACKSON & SON, 321 BANK STREET. HOUSES FOR. XMAS Xorth Willow St, 2 or 3 Families, v Six Rooms on a Floor. ' . . ' Make Your Wife a Present .; i EASY TERMS. . v : The Seeley & Upham Co., 48 SOUTH WILLOW ST. c . ROOMS PAPERED I D. .Goldberg will paper an ordinary sized .room with the larest designs in Wall Paper, border and.:, first class work, all complete, for $2.50 per room. liaiisiaciion guaiauieeu. aeuu postal or order for work to office or residence, 2S Abbott ave opp Methodist church. ' Of all descriptions at sliprt notice. Thorough workmanship and reasonable prices. - " t Ed Ockels, . Sign. Haker OFFICE, 7 BROWN , STREET. William TV Disleyv , 376 Bank Street. riiUAIliiU uuniuiU) i&iwimup. uuiau CORNICES anlSKY-LIGiT3., 4 Attedrf Sfveno i.ns aad moderrifalnsf h'ousa'pinniD z. Estlmte'"c'beeriufy',furniiiiisia. - ,CE3 UI . SHOW. ROOM. UK Evening Bemoctat . WrriyiBgR ,or ;sfecfcwrfe3 tress. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Cno Year. to.'JO One Month '..Co Delivered" by Carrier. ADVERTISING RATES. Frcm one cent a word to 11. Ou a i. nci. " 1. ccuing "Notici s lc to -;c a line. WEDNESDAY.4 NOVEMBER 28, 1000. According to Representative Hull, chairman of the house committee oil military a flairs, which is , now . trying to put together an army bill that will be supported by all the' republicans, many of whom have publicly ,viresejf widely Xlifrfcring opinions of tvjiat the bill should provide for, especially as to the number of men, the volunteers in the Philippines will liot be brought home uutil the regulars, enlisted under the bill not even .vet written can be sent to take their places. At least, that is a fair construction to place up on Mr Hull's, own words: "The army now in the Philippines will have to be brought home in the summer, that is, those of the men who do not care to re-enlist. The transports which go out for them should depart laden with the troops who are to replace them." Rejiresentative Champ Clark. o Mis souri, has returned to . Washington, feeling as chipper as, usual. He said: "I am not, downcast or discouraged by the licking we got. The most unpleas ant feature is it will take us six or eight years to get the senate. As t5 the proposition fd reorganize the dem ocratic parly, it is a fact in natural history that the tail cannot wag the dog; and the same is true in polities. The party does not need reorganizing to begin with.' It is thoroughly organ ized, and even if it were to be reor ganized, it would not be from the out" side, We want everybody to come iu that feels like helping us, but we have a perfect organization "of our own." Of the probable work of this sessiop of congress. Mr Clark said: "I think this will be an extremely busy session. The main thing the republicans will do will be to ratify the Hay-l'auucefote treaty and pass a Nicaragua canal bill, in accordance with it. and to pass Mark Hanna's ship-subsidy bill. If the supreme court decides the Porto Rican act unconstitutional, then the re publicans will run races with, us as to which will drop the Philippines first. But if it is to be decided constitution al, then this' session of congress will have to pass some kind of a bill for the government and control of the is lands. This, with the 'routine meas ures and- the new apportionment tinder the last census, will make it an ' ex ceedingly busy session." Spanking of the waste and lack of good judgment in many business con cerns, a writer in the New England Engineering .Magazine says that the most costly thing about a factory is an incomplete organization. Yet the cust of establishing a good one is often shrunk from like the plague. The nel son is particularly obvious where the principals are not their own managers., as in the case of almost-all compan ies. The cost of establishing a new and better system is seen at once in the pay roll: an additional clerk or a higher salary makes itself clear to the most obtuse board. - "Expenses must tye kept down,'? and so the proposal is vetoed. This may, nevertheless, be very far from clever business. The addition of 100. a year is seen, but what is not so clearly seen is the cost of mistakes.tlue to iiii jranization. 6ut grown. These - are -smothered. -The shops ,can easily lieep their owjj coun sel. The nl'timateV resu'ltc .okWcb. marked failures j of co-prdiuatiou shows, of course..-at the year-end in diminished profit -'Jn. the "Trade a-c." But nobody knows why or wherefore. In ,the course of a year, several times the co'st of a highly-paid staff, may easily be muddled away in a large con cern, and nobody be a penny the wiser. An incompetent foreman in one single Shop, in the absence of proper control, may waste, the firm's resources to a perilous extent',' and yet the manage ment, may be only vaguely coascious that "So-aiid,-So is . not as sharp as he might be."- -The. -money' value of his want of, sharpness is an. unknown quality. It ought cot to be.: ': . , HEAEB; I2f iTASSlitd ' . -v , - . .: ; i Even the -department of '.agriculture shares, in jfie "aeqpral' tehden.cv::;:t in crease the ordinary ospeudjtuVesi of the gpyernuient-ra.' 'iendeiiey, which.. is bouuet to inake niuch trouble if not checked Thcj; estimates for appropri ations for J he (department of agricul ttiVe for the uejst fiscal year, now ready ter 'sutmilssldu to cangress, aggregate $-L(JTi!).Cj0, which is an iucreaue of 10 pie-r cent o,ter the appropriations for the current fisval yea j- , . : '; , v ' '.. .-The pnlUjc-whipping of a 15-yene old by. in Delaware- for a small theft unintentional, he asserts Is au abuse of the law,. . In the first place, th'e-al-le'getl t-ulpfi'tP-wna too y-otis for'such punishment, - and -- ft) :th'o sPC(in(Y. 1 the penalty' -i S d f s p rojYO rt Hmj 1 - h Hi e ot 'fense.',, -j'he Jiiping postrrjty.tweili ttkoulii lie liept-o.vp-hdi-irt'-riiii-InnlS ofirV Ithg Jfma)rv 'oi fiftgtanf 'iine''"'It"hiis. lieeii &$f!fe$iiijty. Judge. Baldwin of this Mate-" nmoug others, for wife beating, and R'-fits that crime peculiarly; - But the whipping of it boy fjr taking a email box of psr funitfry .-from an' apparently empty car was a penalty out of, all propci pro portion t9 -the allfged crime.-.Bridge-port Farmer. " . v . , " OUR THANKS. O gracious God, t Thee we hrlns Our thanks for blessings of the year; " F5r gentle raina in early spring, ' :i r- Sweet music to the farmer's ear; ; ' " long of birds, for blooming flowers. cheered -us sctn from sun to sun. fvlrili toilir.sr'on through weary hours-. c tpl thejharjtest jcrkw,s done. With friends and kindred gathered near. We keep Thanksgiving as of ycre And share with joy the fcc-unteous eh.eer Of fruit and grain a priqeless store. 1 We sing glad songs of praise to Thee, . Who blessed our labor while we strove. Thy grace to ell th&-wor!d is free. Thy bounty boundless as Thy love'. ---Ruth Raymond, !n Orange Judge Farmer. MADE MONEY ON LUMBER. "Ah," cried the dirke, "I cannot mar ry you. No! Your social position niakws it impossible. I . am the' scion cf an ancient house. I must remem ber and respect my ancestors." "Pity! Have pity!" she implored. "It is. alas, too true that I cannot claim a iidRite lineage. ; . My If other's name wasSierer associated with '.that of any act r?ssS that I ever heard ' of. My grandfather never pot"" mixed up' in a scandaL either. Neither of them ever wasted-an inherited fortune. Yes. I confess my shame to yen. But, oh, b generous. , I)o not spurn' me!" "No. 110!" he cried: "don't tempt me. I cannot withstand your tears. Can't you see that in spite of my exalted sta tion I am only a man, after -all? Oh. it must not bf! Leave me, 1 pray yon. Let me go. I must- " "Stay! stay!" she implored. "Thlu'l of your tumble-down castles your ruined estates. Ah. .be true to your self. Ho not turn from me because I am rich. Let us wed for love love- heavenly holy love!" "But you father, he bitterly replied, made his money in the lumber busi ness. If lie liaa only Jiau priue euuugii to be a railroad magnate it would all be well with us now. I could marry the daughter of a man who had made millions by transporting hogs and cat tle without stooping too low, but to take Hhe daughter of one who owned sawmills would be descending to the most vulgar depths. Oh, Etiquette: Etiquette! What lrt-arts are broken for thee!" With a long. low. pitiful wail she fell prone upon the $000 tiger sjcin and he hurried away, cursing the fates for having made him a child of misfor tune. Chicago Times. FATHER CURTIN'R FIERY CHARGE. The Rev Father Curtin of WaterVmry has it miKlit" poor opinion of the Con necticut county commissioner system in general and of the New Haven eoun tv commissioners In particular. He said so, and much more, in the sermon which 'lie preached from the pulpit of ills church Sunday. Father Curt'.u's parish, whose area is chiefly res':d?n tial. is, infested with grog-shops. Ow ing to the priest's aggressive campaign of remonstrance the licenses of several liquor dealers iu his parish, agaiust whom lie protested, weren't renewed last year. Farther Curt in didn't like it because the entire batch of protest ed applications for licenses wasn't re jected. On Sunday Father Curtin took occa sion to resume ex-presion of his dis-sulisfju-tioti, with the administration of the liquor license business over in his county. He- thinks that in general the practice of having the control or the saloons, the county jails and the coun ty homes vested in the same official board is a grim piece, of irony. Through the -saloon, whose license the commissioners ecmtrol. tlpv introduce the voter to their couuty'jail. and later receive his children .into their county htmie. A condition of things"'"" which operates that way strikes the reverend crusader as ridiculous. The county commissioner system in Con necticut undoubtedly has some first class weaknesses and at them Father Curtin lets drive. Concerning the jus tice of his cudgeling of the commis sioners iu his county we aren't sulti ciently acquainted with the. facts to puss iiu oniuion that is at once ju dicious ai?d judicial, but speaking in general terms we think' lint in the matter of the personal equation the c-punty commissioner of the state as a whole have greatly improved diuing the past ten;, years. Confidently we venture this opinion, though some there probably be who would trot out a challenge. Hartford Post. A 'GORGEOUSLY BOUND Work of art has just been issued at an outlay, of over $100,000. for which the publishers desire a manager in this county, also a good solicitor: good pay to the right party; ;N early 100 full page engravings, sumptuous paper, il luminated '.covers and bindings; over 200 golden: Itllies in the Morocco bind ings; uearly 50 -golden roses in . the cloth, bindings. . Sell at sight; presses running day and night so great Is the sale. Chirstian men and woineu mak ing fortunes taking orders. Rapid promotions. One Christian woman made clear $300 iu four weeks taking orders among her - church acquaint ances and friends. Write us. It may lead to a permanent position to man aae our business and look after our large correspondence., whicli .yon can attend to right at your home. " Address J. A. Knight. , secretary. Corcoran building opposite United States treas ury, Washington. D. C. The Isthmian canal commission has handed Mr, McKinley. its- preliminary report. .As' expected, it favors the Nic aragua i-oute for the canal. ; The Pana ma company's lobbyists are moving heaven and earth to prevent leg!slatio?i by congress, in favor of the Nicaragua canal. ,- -;.;''; Senator ' Myrgan says' $2,000,000 should cover our loss in 'China and $200,000,000 that of all the nations. He thnk Russia should take Manchuria and guarantee China's loan-. - AVe are surprised thaty this senator, who is a good deal of a'' jingo, dos not favor the ."expansion" of United, States au thority over a large piece of China, and the maintenance of a hundred thou sand or-two hundred thousand soldiers :' to - "govern" it.Hartford Times. - . .. '. Mr McKinley's administration does nut lack shrewdness in, keeping up its pi-estie. The drift of atTaii-s .ill China i'udicateS'lhe probability of the United States" telhg' frozen' out of the concert of poweYs. ' Seeing1 this, the admiuis tvatl6tr')ir"oceefleV to "' discount its possible11- effect' -by announcing "throuirh aemV6fl1ctar chanueW that in certain contingencies - this - government - might find it- necessary t& withdraw' from the concert of powers in China and pvoi tecjt American commercial Interest bt dealing' with China independently v alt though it would prefer, to do so in. eon' cert rwlth the other poWrs. : . . j :OTI,TEVOFOJB. '.'I'll never wager another" cefit "on election as long as I live," groaned .Smith. ".Toiiiea. waVValllug aWny )ionife j. 'a short" time aeot and' as we differ iu f polities, it wasn't long before' we"1 were 1 1 . ... . . , . . ' i - J. 1 1 1 . .. ... ,1 . . so sure that Ids man was5 gdiiig-'t" -l eiecieu inar 1 USKed nmi wuac ne nam ed to wager on the result. . " 'Fifty clollftrs' said He,- promptly. "Now, I wasn't going to be-bluffed in the presence of my wife: besides, it was just like picking up the money, as I thought, so I said I would go him. and suggested , that Mrs Jqhes . should act as stakeholder. .Tones is a first rate fellow, and all that, but he is lia ble to lie forgetful when lie makes n wager, and I thought it ,1ust as well to have the money up. Ho came to time, and I shook hands with .myself because he was so easy. When. he left, my wife, who had been all smiles be fore .turned im'cn me angrily-and de manded what I meant by not only bet ting in lier presence, but canning - her to act as stakeholder as well.. 'My dear." said I. hastily; 'It is sim ply picking up money, and I might as well find it as some one else: besides.' I added, diplomatically. .'I intend that you shall have it to do with as you like.' .,J.'X'4 - "That seemed, to satiffy her. and I awaited the. election with all the con fidence in the wcrld. 1 couldn't believe my senses on the morning after, when 1 saw that, nix.jnan was defeated. " 'Give Jones' his1 money,', saTd I to Mrs Smith, witji a groan, wlien I saw that there waa no hoie. " 'What?' she screamed. "'I lost.' saUV L-:w-it' a feickly smile. " 'You told me you couldiit lose!" she almost shouted. ';: " 'And so 1' thought.' I answered, 't sujipose Joiies will be around for his money-some' time to-day. , " 'I liaveri't gbt it!' she sobbed. " '.What!' ' It'. waf my turn to shout now. r "'I- s-'s-s-pent it! Y-y-you s-s-said t-that y-y-you ,c-c-couliln't 1-lose and I t-t-tcok y-oou at y-your w-word!' "There was nothing for me to do but see that v.i.ones got his money. I've got through now. I wouldn't bet 10 cents Uuit the sun rises to-morrow morniift:." Detroit Free Press. MEN WHO ARE TALKED ABOUT.' The widow of Supreme Justice Stephen J." Field has presented to the United States circuit court of appeals in San Francisco a finely executed oil portrait of the jurist. Congressman Allen, of Mississippi, is an expert ifi the matter cf cotton, to which he has given much study in leis ur moments, pud to the cultivation of which he intends; to devote himself upon his retirement from politics next March. . Henry A. Little has been for 50 years recorder of Madison county, 111. The lawyers thereabouts say that no enc3Ciopaedia of, legal doings in the county could be. more valuable to them than Mr. Little's wonderful memory. Chauncej' Depew and Andrew. Car negie fsll into an argument the other cay regarding the latter's countrymen. The canny Scot delivered himself of what he thought '-.was a finisher and the senator replied: "The reason, you Scotchmen are a race of dyspeptics is because you are such a disputatious lot that you won't even let your food agree, with you." William C. Whitney is continually spending some of his vast fortune in building or tearing down. He wi'.l give instructions for the erection of a stable, for instance, after having care fully considered plans therefor. It is a safe bet that before the building is completed he-will1 order it to be entirely remodeled. Haiti Wton McK. Twojnbly is another millionaire who is.given. to similar changes of mind. '--., . A LITTLE OF ALL SORTS. There are to-day in all countries more than 3,C-00,C(X) Italian emigrants. Smoking is forbidden on the plat fo rms of" street curs in Springfield, Mass. , A toy hoop -fell into a conduit at Washington recently .''and caused a temporary suspension of 'traffic. The police have prohibited the: rolling of hoops in the city on this account. Through the annexation of the towns of Lake, Lake View, jlyde Park and Jefferson, the original !e1ty of Chicago has lost' in ' the last 11 vears nearly $6C0,CCO in rcb"ate.s - paid from' the special, assessment fund. A model of tlie-,. cathedral of St. John the jDivIne lias !be'etJ'-"tmcr con struction for the past.''-two years. It will be a. miniature 'building,- 30 by 25 feet, with -aheighi of ' 35 feet. It ia on a scale of an inch to the foot. Although the suiirofi $12,CC0,fOD has been expended during the past eight years in reducing the number of Chi cago's grade .crossings, that city lost 23 citizens' in September in grade crossing accidents. , Until the middle of the last century cavalry deployments were by two right angle turns, and when the, diag onal march was adopted instead of making the diagonal by a half turn of each'horse the movement' was by, the whole troop or unit. , f POPULAR SCIENCE. There are 798 , different species, of roses known. . - - . After a protracted series of experi ments it has been decided t establish telephonic communication between. England and Belgium, to be opened to the puilic about February 1, 1901. . ";-;' Surgeon Qeneral Van Reypen does not' consider that '. Guam is a good naval station." He says that typhoid, fever Is' - practically- endemic" in '.the island,' owing' to the pollution of the drinking-water.- '":'-':.-"". '-'."' ':(' -; By the. new Polal: and "Virag rapid telegraphie system the .message ' is written by & point of' light reflected from "a swinging mirror atthe end of Wire by means of a perforated paper running over a wheel andjcontr oiling till. f1(e-Tl0 (AllTteitQ- Siaken by , an ear thqualteai' It is.Baids, ttiat ,-iHiQe"ifrlfi'tec'SpsiAe6iy rl a?Hejiio' va sosevere that, f muss of 1ee" acres-, in exteht2liroltas loose from the ton of the mountain and went n5s3SJj6Jkf( f tieij.a!da carrying evsrytbinar with Jt-... jj, i USIG k 'onlyVl ySchool in the state d 1 1 : whereiail J branches of Music are tausrht. iAll of 1, . 1 ...jji vuTT LciiLit-iM are inorouguiy . 11 atueu instructors, and the. courses of study are thoroughly graded.' MISS BER THA HOUSE, VIOLINIST, 'has just been Added to our staff of teachers in the school. ... She has studied five years abroad. In London with Mansfield, Bandmaster of the Queen's Westmin ister Volunteers, and iu Paris with Signor Henri Lammers, a well known ! teacher. Tuition with Miss' House ?7.50'a term: with Mr Vaughan in the same department $10,007 information regarding Miss House's methods will be 'given gladly. Catalogue mailed upon application. ; ; 1 ' - " Ladies:, Felt We have a full line of Women's Warm Footwear. Prices from 50c to $1.50, in all styles and colors. Ask to see our Special Shoe for Women $1.50; worth S2. It's 50c ia your pocket if you buy a pair of them. oston Shoe Store, 155-I57 SOUTH MAIN ST, WATERBURY. isfift DR R. C. JONES, V. s. Residence, 25 Johnson Street, Water bury Conn. Office, City Lumber & Coal Co. 03 Bank St- Telephone. People s Market. Spring Lamb, Chicken, Veal, Mut-" ton, Chicago Dressed Beef nd Na- tive Beef. The finest quality of Vegetables. Always fresh. "THE OLD RELIABLE." is the largest in the city an'l keeps the largest stock , to select from. . S, BOHL, Proprietor 04 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephpne Orders Promptly Attended. ECHLITZ MILWAUKEE BEER, OLD MUSTY AbE. 'Phone 239-0. All brands of Wines, Whiskey, sealed and in bulk, delivered free. T. E. GUEST. 95 South Main' St. Departure and Arrival of Trains. i .NAUGATUCK DIVISION. "Trains leave Bank Street Station for New York, Bridgeport, New Haven and other places at 0:35: S:12: 10:50 n. m.; 1:28; 2:48; 4:45; 5:05; 0:08 and 7:00 p. m. The 7 p. m. is a mixed traim - Trains arrive at Bank Street Sta tion from New York. Bridgeport. New Haven and way. stations at 8:30; 9:12; 11:12 a.'ui.: 1:11: 3:50; 0:25; 0:58; 0:00 p. m.; 1 :2S a. m. Trains leave Bank Street Station for Winsted and way stations at 8:38; 11:14 a. m.; 3:58 and 7:00 p. 111.' Trains arrive at Bank Street Sta tion from Winsted and wav stations at 8:12: 10:50 a. m.: 2:4S; 0:08 p. m. ' Trains leave Bank Street , Station for-- AVatertown and way stations at 0:45; 8:41; 11:17 a. m.: 1:30; 4:01; 5:00; 0:12: 7:03; 0:05 and 11:20 p. m. Trains arrive at Bank Street Station from Watertown and wav stations at 0:25; 8:00; 10:40 a. in.; 1 :02: 2:35; 4:40; 5:52; 0:47; 7:54; 11:18 p. m. Sunday Trains. Leave Bank Street Station for New York, Bridgeport and New Haven at 7:10 a. m. and 5:25 p. 111. Arrive at Bank Street Station from New York. Bridgeport and New Ha veuat 9:38 a. m. and 7:55 p. m. Leave Bank Street Station for Wa tertown and way stations at 9:43 a. m. and 8:00 p, in. Arrive at' Bank Street Station from. Watertown and way stations at 0:58 a. in. and 5:12 p. m.' - HIGHLAND DIV.JSIQN. Trains leave Meadow Street Station for Boston. Hartford and way stations at 7:00 ami 8:38 a.' m.; 12:38; 4:05; S:07 p. hi, " ' ' Trains arrive at Meadow 'Street Sfa tion from Boston, Hartford and wav stations at S:05; 11:40 a. m.; 1:50;. 5:13 and 7:45 p. m. - Trains leave Meadow Street Station for New York, Fishkill Landing, Dan bury and way stations at 8:13 a. m. and l;50 nnd 5:18 p. ni. , Trains arrive at Meadow Street Sta tion from New York, Fishkill Landing. Danburv and - way stations - at 8:30 a. "m.; 12:34 and 8:04 p. m. . " ' . .' "' Sunday Trains. ' - Leave-Meadow Street Station at 8:30; 11:30 a.'m.; 5:30 p. 111. -. Arrive- at Meadow.-Stret'-Stattdn" at MERIDEN BRANCH. V Trains leave Dublifi'St5,et Station t6a. frotq '3(4Sltow& 'ilidW&y ta- Jty 'ELECtRIC CARS. l.:y; Meave Exchange Place daily at "5:37 a.: m. nd-Bvei-y 15 minutes thereafter until' 11:37 p. m. , . t'.-.j.-.. I' lvsr.i. VPs ".'-i ' ' j-: ' V ' . " a w , 1 u or ItdjlltowTBnd ryay stafion at fi0-.-4..'-apii 0;i5-!ps &.pWt' -. -' Trains "ave- atsDubtt SWi'iet' Sta- v.- . i '. .- . $l QO i:mer- Week j ' 1 i' .. J. . -v ... . ' - -.---'- - - Are. thei payments've tafee on Overcoats, guits," Ulsters: Hats, Shoes. ahd: Boys Cl'tUiug We' give .you,,the choice of .50 different stales in Suits,. 25 different style's fn Overcoats, 10 different shapes in Hats and Shoes, and, numerous different prices .in all kinds . of Children's Wearing Apparel, the combined making a variety of Clothing bigger than you can find in any other - credit house" in the state. ' Credit To AIL We have explicit faith in theworking people and our confidence in them lias never been misplaced. We consider everybody honest until found otherwise. Do you realize the convenience of our credit system? It means that for a payment of one dollar per week you can dress as rich as your rich neighbor with out any one knowing it. It" means you can have an air of respectability about you with Very little effort. On our system it is easy to dress, easy to buy and easy to pay. Credit Clothing Co, 62 BANK Extra! Extra! 5,000 Ladies', Men's and Children's Umbrellas, fast black, steel rods, 24, 20. 2S inches, at 30c. for 3 days only. Come and see our largest stock in the state of a fine line of Trunks, Bags and Umbrellas for, the least money in this town. Re-coverin-r aud repairing with the best Gloria Silk from 45c up. Guaranteed for best wear. Call to ex amine our goods and prices before buying' elsewhere. Look for the big Corner Store, 179 Bank street, coruer Grand. WATERBURY UMBRELLA'MFG- CO sr-Iver&Pond PIANOS. This is the proper time of the year to purchase a piano. Our stock 4s the largest and finest in the city. Prices and terms are reasonable. Do not make a purchase before calling on us. THE DRICCS & SMITil C3 124-128 BANK STRTSET. Pianos! Pianos! Pianos! Before purchasing an Justrumeat, call and see our large assortment of. Fine Pianos. . . WE OPERATE FOUR Stores and can give you the LOWEST PRICES and BEST i'EBMS to be had anywhere. , M. SONNENBERG PIANO CO. Agents for: Weber. Chickerin". 1 Kranich & Bach, Wbeelock, Sterling. Tf it?-itin''tnn 175 Bank St. "Waterb'ury. Ct. t A. W, SKINNER. M: $1,000 - Challenge - $1,000 HARVARD BEER. UNION MADE, on draught at JAMES E. WATTS, South Main Straat. . Exchange Piafce Cafe. SCHAEFER'S WEINER BEER Bottle'd for Family Use. J. W. HODSON, 20 EXCHANGE PLACE- WATERBURY" FIRE ALARM. 4 Cor South Klain and Grand, sts. . ,5 Scovill Manufacturing Co. (P). 0 Cor Bridge and Magill sts. .7 Exchange Place. , 12 Rogers &.. Bro. (P). 13 Cor East' Main aud Niagara sts. 14 Cor JEast Main aud Wolcott rd. 15 Cor High and Walnut sts. . 10 Cor East Main aiid Cherry sts. 17 Cor East Main and Cole sts. 21 Cor North Elm aud Kingsbury sis 23 Burton Street engine house. 24 Waterbury Manufacturing Co. (P) ' 25 Cor North Main aud North s;.s. 20 Cor Grove and Prospect sis. 28 Cor Hillside avenue and Pine St. 29 N. Willow bet, Ridgewood and Hillside avenue. . 31 Cor Bank and Grand sts. ' '' 32 Cor Riverside and Bank sts 34 Cor West Main and Watertown rd 35 Conn. Light'g & Pow. Co, car '"' house, CP). 30 Waterbury Brass Co. (P). ( 37 Cor Cedar and Meadow sts. ' 38 Cor Grand and Field sts. 42 Cor South Main and Clay sts. , 43 "New England Watch Co. (P). 45 Benedict & Burnham Mfg Co. tP) 40-Waterbnry Buckle Co. (P). 47 Cor S. Main and Washinton ts. 51 Cor Baldwin and River sts. 52 Cor Franklin and Union sts. '' . 53 Wat'b'y Clock Co. ccse fact'y (P). 54 Cor Clay and Mill sts. ... 50 Cor Liberty and River sts. 57 No 5 Hose House. . ', 55 Cor Baldwin and Stone sts.-. . 02 Cor -Doolittle alley and Dublin st. 72 Cor West Main and A'illow sts. 74--Cor t.Tohuson and Waterville. sts. 212 The Piatt Bros & Co. CP). .. , : . 213 Hammond BuckleCo. (P).v v 214 Wat'b'y Clock Co, mvt facty (P). 210 Cor North Main and Grove sts. . 251 Cor Round Hill and Ward sts. r 20irt-.ltinction Cooke-and,. N. Main sts. 311 S. N. E.' Telephone Co bld'g: (P). 31jT Cor Bank and Meadow sts. 314 Plwme" HnuVAtwoad fPT:- ; tSt&A'merlcati Ring Go (Ptr - ' 31tElectrieLight Station P).i-'. f SlSHolhtes. Booth fc'Haydens Vr , 321 -"-N 4 Hose House.' -''-'- - ;r" 323 Cor Wash'g'n ave and Porter Sts. 324 Cor Charles. and, Porter. sts: . 325 Cor Simons "st and Vash'g'n ava, 371 City Lumber ivnd Coal Co (PL 412 Tracy Bros (T). - -' , i 451 Steele & Johnson Mfg Co (P). 1 582 Cor Baldwin ana Rye sts- . v,.-.!- ia . lliBi wu t A, -- - if, ,T, if. A.Tr -Ti iti 1T1 iti 1fi ifi it ifi ti f 1 it iTk - " z J STREET. - STOVES! STOVES! STOVES! And All ' Kinds of New and Second-hand Furniture -Mostly Given Away Brass City Furniture Co. 36-38 Grand StreBt. ..TWINING'S OLD STAND. ins Go 288 Kortli Maia 288 Kortli Main, ...House Painting... We do it, and do it right. Let UJ show you results on several just com pleted. Wall Paper. We have doubled our shelf room and will show about October 15th as large and complete a stock as you can find !n Waterbury. Mouldings to match. We have a complete stock of first quality GLASS. All sizes, in fact, everything in the Paint or Wall Paper line at prices that are sure to. interest you. Come up to the New Marble Block and see us . It will pay. he F. W. BAINS Co, PAINTERS AND DECORATORS, 288 North Main SI. Agents Chilton Paints. loroughness 1 Is made of first importance - ; at the " Watfirhiirv hseirmoo llniuaroifif UUOIIBUOO UIIIfQIdllJ 108-120 Bank Street. . ' - ' , : OVER REID & HUGHES. Pupils-may enter any day or ..cV- - evening.' "Calf or send f or catalogue- OAKVILUE CO '.".':-'..-' MAKERS p- ' ' Wire and Metal Goods. ' Pi '0. : Freight a a' Express. Address 'OakTlUe, Oonnj-" Telegraph "Addeeis Waterbury. Conn. New York Ofllee, 48 Howard Strefc, ! .