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WATERBURY EVENING; DEMOGRAT, i FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1900.
PS 3 FULL LINE "" . -OF- Long Island Shell Goods FREE DELIVERY. Cor Union and South Mainv Two Rooms In Milford Building Center street, for office or purposes. Also, One tenement, four rooms. One tenement, five rooms. 'AH modern Improvements. building J. W. Gaffney, 1G EAST MAIN ST. J. H. MuIviMe, (UNDERTAKER, FCXERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. Residence, 397 East Main street. . Btore, St Patrick's Block, 110 Broad tray. Telephcie at store and residence. SPRING LAKE ICE CO. ' THOS. H. HAYES, Proprietor. S7-30 BROOK STREET. Telephone G03-2. 'The only real Spring Water Ice in the Cfty." Special attention to family trade. HORSE SHOEING... MD GENERAL WAGON REPAIRING DOXE IN FIRST CLASS SHAPE. AT R. N, BLAKESLEE'S, ICO MEADOW ST. The Most Useful Christinas., present you can give is a nice pair, of ;Andirons or a Grate for n fireplace. '. We have a large stock of them, 'also' shovels, tongs, pokers, lire screens, fenders and everything neces sary." for the fireplace. Largest line of Wood -Mantels in Connecticut. Open every- night. CHARLES. JACKSON & SON, '".. 321 BANK STREET. HOUSES TOR XMAS North Willow St. 2 or 3 families. Sis Rooms on a Floor. Make Your AYife a Present. EASY TERMS. The Seeley & Upham Co., - 48 SOUTH WILLOW ST. A. C. NORTHROP & CO 1 27 and 29 Canal St., Watertury, Manufacturers of. FINE PAPER BOXES. DEALERS - IN PAPER AND TWINE. . . all descriptions at short notice. fThorough workmanship and reasonable prices. ? Ed Ockels, Sign Haker - OFFICE. 1 BROWN STREET. William T. Disley, 276 Bank Street. FLUXBIHG, HEATIHGj'TIHHIKG, METAL CORNICLS and SKY-LIGHTS. Particular attention given to altera ' Jons. and modernizing of lionsa plnmb- 2. Estimates cneerfnlly furnished. .-KEE MY SHOW BOOM OF " ri.-ilCING FIXTURES. Christmas Specials. "So Oak Desks for $3.73 : : $0, Oak Desks for $4.50 ., $1.23 Tabourettes for !?1 - $1.70 Tabourettes for ?1.4. i S4.50 Rockers for $3.35 ." .. $3.75 Rockers for $3 2.23 Folding Card Ta bles for SI. 75. ' $35 Sideboard for $28 $18 Tarlor Tete for $12 S25 China Closet for $U - $0" Morris Chairs for $1 Foot Rests, Blacking '-Cabinets. Waste Bask t ets. Costume Poles and quantities of other .- things .suitable for pres ents at very low figures. J. n. BurrIl & Co, 60 BANK STREET. TTNDfcRTAKINY; Nlirht cutis answered bvC. I-;. Si-vmour. 1st Maple St. phorif: ri. M. Ste wart, 101 Frankliu St. phone. Evenfng'&emocrat J.'SUKD-JJY ' 'ISE EEMOCEAT PUBLISHING COMPANY C MAi.osu'T, Eoiaoa. MEMBER OF. ASSOCIATED FRES3. - SUBSCRIPTION RATES. tno Veur Su.ua.-.. Cue Month So Delivered liy Currier. ADVERTISING RATES. I renr one cent a word to ul.00 an luca. 1 etdirg Notices Uc to:.oa line. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1900. The Nicaragua canal bill was finally passed in the senate yesterday, - and without any of the several amend ments that were tacked on by the dif ferent members. The vote against Hi? amendments was about the same in each instance, so that it looks as though the administration whipped a number of the kickers into line. The United States will build the canal, but the world in general will have the ben efit of it. When ale Ncely and Rathbone to be punished for their unquestioned frauds in the Cuban postal service? asks an exchange. The exposure was a damn ing one when made and it was assert ed lli.lt the culprits Would be brought to justice. If is now is months jr more and neither of the implicated offi cials has had a trial. This was the tirst interesting illustration of the cor ruption likely to result from the im perial policy and the. "government of colonies by olhVials sent out by the United States. Before thai case is ended there will be others of a charac ter fully as serious unless the impli stted ollicials and the administration succeed in keeping it quiet. There is plenty of good stealing in the colonies. England can ill a fiord just at tins time to make many faces at France. John Bull lias too many irons in the lire, and if they art not watched lose by some of them are sure to burn. Unless It is a case of guilty conscience. England has no reason to fear an at tack, unless it be from France, and Salisbury's tallc about a possible armed contlict is supposed to have ref erence to that country- when says one miner, the anti-En ilish sentiment has taken on a degree of intensity such as has not existed since tne days im mediately following Waterloo. The French are naturally exasperated by the systematic manner in which the English have tried to make the Taris exposition, which has just closed, a failure by severely boycotting it. This manifestation of unfriendliness, cou pled with England's brutal manner of overthrowing two sister republics in South Africa has inspired the French public with anything but triendly feelings for England. Hen, too, tne Fashoda incident has not yet been for- otton. When France had iter hands tied by dissensions caused by the .Drey fus affair-England, availing herself of the French republic's temporary em barrassment, ordered that the tri-color should be hauled down in Fashoda, where it had ' been planted by a French exploring expedition, which. after traversing unknown regions of Africa, claimed Fashoda in virtue of discovery and prior occupation. It was a bitter pill for France to submit to' England's insolent demand, and the humiliation their country was sub jected to on that occasion has never been forgotten by the French people, who would be only too willing to wipe out that score with England. It will lie seen, then, that there is plenty of inaterial lying around loose for a con- flagration. The French press of late lias frequently discussed the feasibili ty of a French army landing in Eng land anel capturing London. The ne cessity England has of keeping a. big criny in South Africa would, render such an invasion iral't'U eastei' iliati ir would have been before Englapd un dertook to steal their -oiihtry t'ronf the Boers. This may , explain. L'rd Salis bury's speech. Either ;he really fears an armed conflict with a- tir:rt class European power or", by' affecting such fear he hope' to arouse the English people to the realization of the ueenl of increasing the military- and naval forces of Great Britain: 1 ,HEARD IN PASSING : Our congratulations are due and a e hereby extended to the senators who veiled to thoroughly Americanize the Hay-Pauncefote treaty. They are in line with the people, regardless of pol itics. The Chinese minister io the United States knows that a discussion or the relative merits of Confuciouisiu anel of Christianity will serve to further fud elle the Chinese situation. That's why he started one. . - ; V - ,(i There should be ito trouble ui con gress' over reapportionment under the new ceusus..nnd there will' not be, un less the republicans are short-sighted enough to try to gain partisan advan tage, through the bill. . According to such technical publica tions as the Engineering Magazine, about everybody engaged in American shipbuileling.- under the existing laws has become rich. Why then , should the ship subsidy, bill give a few of the richest of them .neWl.r:$2(W.HMiOQ of the people s moue teKmakej-them rich er? --v... -s'- a '.ty.. i It is said that jljJtcKlnl'ey lias re quested the. republican- leader's up to tiltow: a5i " eolonjtil.'jegislijtjoii tt, get to he : f f 0 nt t . . t h is, sk L5n ".. of ?eo n gress. because he .fears-ttiat the decis ion tjf the." sixliiserne'.; eotirt, soon to be handed down. .may make it necessary for him to abandon his present colonial- policy. r, 'V - -'' 1 C3 Bean the Signature of . irroafitx.. i The Kind You Have Always Baugni : Tt'RN'RD A NEAT TltlCKr The division passenger agent 'had passed through a weary iThy and was tired. It seemed to him everybody thought he was under obligations to them. Dozens of persons had applied to his office daily for favors, ever since it had been opened, but it seemed as if the record had been' broken on this day, when he was vexed from the heat and longed for his flat, on the north side, from the windows of which he could catch the breezes off the lake and could hear the cool and refreshing waters beat gently against the facing piers. lie was just on the eve of clos ing his desk when his office boy hand ed him an envelope. Impatiently 'lie tore It open and read its contents. The letter contained a request from a friend of his in the south that he get for the bearer a pass to Boston. . Now. Boston was not on his line, and he knew the offi cials of the roads that went there but slightlv. Still, the writer was a friend who had shown him many favors. It wouldn't do to slight the man he had sent Willi the letter. He told the boy to show him in. Arising from his seat, he took the man by the hand, and, after shaking it as cordially as his temper would permit, asked him to be. seated. From my old friend. Bill Stalllngs. eh? Now, there isn't anything I could do for Bill I wouldn't run to do. Go ing to Boston? Well, 1 think we can lix that all right." Picking up the telephone receiver, he called loudly 'for main SS50. Of course there was no such number in the directory, hut the southerners didn't know that. -Yes, yes; main S95G. Hurry up, nlease.:" (The operator: "Who do you want? Get your book and look at i "Yes, ves. This is. Mr Blewlett ot tne Dnlnth Central. Tell Mr Bowers, the general passenger agent of the Boston Air line to come to the 'phone." The operator: "Say. v.-hat's the matter with youVWho do you want??" "This you.'. Mr Bowers? This is Rlewletl of ho Duluih Central. S V, I have a nar "ticulnr frit tid who wishes to go to Bos ton over your line, and you would ac commodate me greatly if you would sent a nass for him over by your boy. Hey? Yes, great friend. No: he isn't a railroad man just now. but he is O. K. Why: sure. I'll stand for it. Oh, I know all about what the traffic as sociation would say. but forget "em and hurrv along with it." (The operat or: "Say. crazy man! What, do you think vou are doing?") "No. no Mr Bowers. Well. I am not trying to tell you how you should run your business, but 1 will say this: If you refuse me this slight favor I will guarantee that you get no more busi ness from our line if I can help it. And don't you get impudent, about it. either. "What's that you said?" (The operator: "Say. little boy, I am going to tell Miss Lucy Gaston about you. Better get a new brand.'"! "Well. I'll tell you this. Mr Bowers, I have heard that you were. a ruffian; now I know it." . Then he l-lnced the receiver back in its place. Turning to Lis caller, lie said: "I am greatly mortified. I would have bet that he would have sent it without a murmur the unac commodating whelp!" The stranger, placing his hand to his ear. said: "Sir? You will have to sneak louder. I am almost deaf." Chicago a'ribune. MARY NOONAN IS HER NAME. The heroine of "the closing month of t'-e nineteenth centurv hears tlio imie little name of Mary Noomn. She is a servant girl in the family of a dia mond dea'er in East "1st street. New York, and until hist Monday was un known to the world. But when she was engaged in removing some dust in an upper room she saw in a clothes closet the leg and foot of a man. She neither seven med nor fainted, but dropped her feather duster and toek u her broom and ho?an to sweep. With tverv swing of 1he broom she anprorte'hed nearer and nearer the clos et door. She finally brushed asrainst the door with the broom, closing it within a quarter of an inch. Then she brushed with sreater vigor against the closet threshold. Still she did not i rush thinsrs. She plied the broom a i little elaewheve and worked back n train cradually to the door. The- tmnortnnl- 'v came at last and she quietly shut the door and sprang the lock. She now had the stranger locked tin as a prisoner, but slit) she 1U1 not Keren m or shout. Thouarh there -wrx, a lele pPr.ive in the Iimwc slie refrained freni ""h'ar it for it would have aroused the suspicions of her captive and incited hint to nn attempt tit escape. Site looked out ot a window and saw some linemen in the back yard repairing a telephone -vviro.. To them she went ind told her story. They broke the wire, attached .a -testing Instrument., and both the police and the.' ma.ster of the house were notified. They came and found the girl quietly sweeping' and hummiuff tunes The policeman opened the closet (ioor and found a badly cramned young ne gre, who had waited nalientlv till the everlasting sweeping should end nnd.thg girl de part to .other eluties, when fie would arise anel clear the. house of lts val uables. His pockets were already well stiieked with plunder." Among his col lection was a travelinc clock in a rare leather case, two pnvses fnll of rare coins. geld chains, studs and sleeve buttons, b'-easf and scarf pins and oth er valuables- The .ladv of the house recognized several of -these -articles as her property. - But Ihe most precious jewel of all was the girl wht stood her ground so heroically and delivered over the rascal safe and sound in a situation vthaVvill compel his retire ment from tlte burglar trade until he beceimes several ye?ars oleler and wiser. New Haven Palladium. UNDER THE CZAR'S RULE. Russia purposes to increase the num. ber of its troops on the German and Austrian boundaries- to 300,000 men. St. Petersburg is. to have a publish ing house,1 to be run by women chiefly, which will make a 'specialty of bring ing aut books by women. '- : ' The area , of Russia in Europe, in cluding Poland andTiriland, is 2,095,504 square miles, while the'area of the Rus sian empire' is S.660,282 Square miles. .. The Russian' government, intends sending an agent to the United States to study homestead legislation, with the Tiew ot its partial application, to tie peasant communities. . - -. Harden Carried by Ilcoiti. An ox can carry 200 pounds weight ot a day's . journey, a- . camel 4fW pounds- - " ' - - ; HINTS' TO HOUSEKEEPERS. Do not jar any rising- 'material while it-is baking.." Hence,1 do not slam ttfe oven door. '. , ' ' Stewed, fig3 served on rice with cream make an appetizing- change foi the breakfast cereal.' In -breaking eggs, break them one at a time into a cup, so that a bnd one may be rejected. . , Use a double boiler for heating milk. It is scalded when the water in the lower pan boils. A thick felt under the table cloth avoids noise and saves wear on the cloth. This also saves the surface ol a polished (table, as the varnish is often burned by hot dishes resting on the table, the heat going readily through one lajer of table cloth. Some epicures .who are not content with stuffing their fowls with chest nuts order their turkeys and ducks fed upon them for several weeks be fore they are killed. Some turkey farms make this a special feature. Ivory, it is said, can be made and kept white by washing it in soap and water and laying it while wet in sun shine. This should be repeated il there are discolorings for several days. Ivory carvings should be scrubbed with a brush. A rich, nutty flavor peculiar to win ter squash is lost when the vegetable is boiled. Wash and dr3' the squash and cut it, without removing the shell, into pieces about three inches square. Take out the seeds, brush the inside o each piece with butter, place in a pan and bake in-a medium hot i oven, tacrve on. the shetis, brusnmg again with ineitcd butter ana sprink ling with salt before sending to 'the table. - DON'TS FOR CHRISTMAS. Don't send your gentleman adorer a good toothpick, lie may have false teeth. Don't send your pastor embroidered slippers. To travel the straight and narrow path requires hobnailed shoes. Don't ipiy your daughter a piano and your wife a washtub. If you re verse the order, you will do justice to both. Don't place jour expectations of a Christmas gift too high. You may have to put. your foot in jour stocking to find anything in it. Don't make your friend a present and be disappointed because he doesn't give something. Perhaps you have surprised him. Don't give presents to people not quite so prosperous as yourself and tell them not to reciprocate because they can't afford to rri'ake presents. Be just before joti are generous. Pay your debts before you buy presents. Your creditors may consider that they have received an unexpected gift. Don't give your boy a drum and for bid Ifim beating it, nor your daughter a horse and order her not to take it out of the stable without your permission. Philadelphia Call. RANDOM ART NOTES. A collection of ancient Greek orna ments which cost him $200,000 "has been given: by J. Pierpont Morgan to the Metropolitan museum of art, New York city. : Good photographs of living wild mammals and, birds are so rare as to command high' prices in. the market, and the magaafns are. usually glad to buy them. -. . J . 1 ; There is a' photographer in.New York who has 'adqptfitj as a specialty that phase of his business which most picture-makers detest the - making of babies' pictures. He takes' no pictures of grown people. The colossal memorial to King Al fred the Great, now in course of prep aration, which is to he erected in Winchester, England, will probably be one of the most remarkable pieces of sculpture in the kingdom. One of Mr. Whistler's art students at the schools in Paris the other day asked the master very seriously if he thought that she might paint Nature exactly as she saw her. Mr. Whistler very promptly replied: "There is no earthly reason why you should not paint Nature exactly as you see her, so long, my dear, as you do not see Nature exactly as you paint her'." COATS NAMED FOR MEN. The best known of all' is the. Prince Albert, named after the present prince of Wales, and' which has been held in favor for many years. A topcoat was named for the earl of Chesterfield ...i.rt ,i:l ! iiri .A was the most distinguished courtier and politician of his time. The Cardigan warm, close-fitting, knitted, woolen jacket, or waistcoat, was named after the earl of Cardigan. He was born in 1797. and died in 1SG8, being a British general. Lord Raglan, who lost his right arni at the battle of Waterloo, and was commander in chief of the British forces in the Crimean war, gave the name to this loose overcoat with cape sleeves, which has been worn more or less since 1S55. SUPERLATIVES. The shortest mile is the Chinese, only G09 yards. Norway has the longest, 12, 1S2 yards. r The most costly parliament in Eu rope is that-of France. The senate and chamber of deputies cost annual ly 300,000. . The oldest marked grave in Amer ica is supposed to be that in the Dor chester (Mass.) cemetery-of Bernard Capen, who died November 8, 163S. On November 8 there was consigned from Boston to Liverpool the largest single shipment of apples ever' made from the United States. It consisted of 28,235 barrels. v ; The ..biggest- match, factory in - the world ,ia,the. Vulca.n...me. ten, factory at Tidahalm, Sweden.. - It employs over . 1,200 men, and manufactures daily 900,000 boxes 6f ,tcaf ehes 3E. Matlej-y a) civil Cengirifeer inf.the employ of the Pennsvlva-aia railroad', has foiled' jthSTti thp';'3lg'' Bald?tlorbj, iff xne A-itegnooies,. on "Bire. Dounaary between Somerset and Bedford coun ties. Is the highest peak in Pennsyl vania, it being- 3,007 feet: above tb-e sea level.. ." . KIMBALL ciiooi Music Only school in the state where all branches of music are taught. All of the teachers are thoroughly train ed Instructors, and the courses of study are thoroughly graded. The fol lowing branches are taught: PIANO, ORGAN, HARMONY, MUSI CAL KINDERGARTEN', MAN DOLIN, BANJO, GUITAR, CORNET AND SIGHT ' READING. Also fine School of Dancing and De portment. Pupils may enter at any time. Catalogue mailed upon applica tion. RARE GHANGE. FOR INVESTMENT ' rr : Florence Mining Redactson Gq9 OF TACOMA, WASH. Is Offering For Sale in Waterbury a Limited Number of SHARES Of Their Capital Stock at IOc Per Share IN SUMS OF $10 AND UPWARDS. This sale of stock is for the purpose of erecting a Cyanide plant of ten tons daily capacity on the property of the company. Best of references. For further particulars call or ad dress, M. H. Waas or C. E. Gregory, 24 BANK STREET. People s Market v Ppvlng Lairvb, Chicken, Veal, Mut- ton, Chicago Dressed Beef nd Na- tive Beef. The finest tiuality of Vegetables. Always fresh. "THE OLD RELIABLE." the largest in the city anel is keeps the largest stock to select from. S, BOHL, Proprietor G4 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone Orders Promptly Attended. Commission Men And dealers in perishable goods generally. . The subscribers are prepar ed to accept ' proposals for space in their , Cold storage Warehouse To be completed in early spring. THE Hellmann Brewing Co., Waterbury, Conn. TELEPHONE 310. DR R. C. JONES, V. s. Residence, 23 Johnson Street, Water bury Conn. Office City Lumber & Coal Co. 93 Bank St. Telephone, Departure and Arrival of Trains, NAUGATUCK DIVISION. Trains leave Bank Street Station for New York. Bridgeport, New Haven anel other places at 0:33; S:12: 10:50 a. m., 1:2S; 2:4S; 4:43; 5:03; G:0S and 7-00 o. in. a'he 7 p. in. is a mixed train. Trains "afrive at Bank Street Sla tion from New York, Bridgeport. New Haven and way stations at S:3tj; :12 11:12 a. m.: 1:11; 3:50; 0:25; 0:5S; 9:00 n. m.. 1:2S a. m. a'rains leave Bank Street Station for Winsted anel way stations at S:3S; 11:14 a. m.; 3:58 and i :00 p. m. Trains arrive at Bank Street Sta tion f'om Winsted and way stations at S:12r 10:50 a. m.; 2:4!S: 0:0s p. m. Trains leave Bank Street . Station for Watertown and way stations at fi-45: 8:41: 11:17 a. m.: 1:30; 4:01; 0:00; U:1J: i :U3 v:o uu y, in. from Watertown and way stations at 0:25: S:00: 10:40 a. in.; 1:02; 2:3o; 4:40; 32; 0:47; 7:54; 11:18 p. m. Sunday Trains. Leave Bank Street Station for New Vnpfc. Bridgeport and New Haven at 10 a. in. and a:2o p. m. Arrive at Bank Street Station from New York, Bridgeport and New Ha ven at 9:3S a. m. and i :ix p. m. . Leave Bank Street Station tor a tertown and way stations at 0:43 a. m and 8:00 I), m. Arrive at Bank Street station trom Watertown i and way stations at C:0S a. m. and 5:12 p. ni. HIGHLAND DIVISION. Trains leave Meadow Street Station for Boston, Hartford and way ..stations at 7:00 and S:3S a. in.; i:3s; 4:0a; 8:07 p. m. Trains arrive at Meadow Street Sla tion from Bostou. Hartford and way stations at S:05; 11:40 a. in.; 1:50.; 5:13 and 7:45 p. m. Trains leave Meatlow Street Station for New York. Fishkill Landing, Dan burv and. way stations at ,8:13 a. m. hand 1:50 and 5:1S p. m. Trains arrive at Meadow street sta tion from New York, Fishkill Landing, Danbury and way stations at 8:30 a. in.; 12:34 and 8:04 p. m. Sunday Trains. Leave Meadow Street Station at 8:30; 11:30 a. in.; 5:30 p. m. Arrive at -Meadow Street Station at 10 :20 a. . m, ajuL ".Pj)..-M'.i. - " ' MERIDEN BRANCH. - f iTrains leave Dublin -Street: -Station for Midelletowri and way' stations at S-5D 'a;- m-' and' C:l5 pi in: s. - - Trains' arrive atDubli if Street Sta- tfion ?lrotft" Middlettiwn anel - way sta tions t T:uu a. m. anuww m- . -? " " rULEOTRIC OARS. - ? Leave Exchange Place daily at 5:3" a. in. .and every 15 minutes .thereafter Until 11:37 in. iCredit! ..-.'- - -. 1 If you think you can afford to niilnlilin.. li-ll "Vf l !' . . m-iguuui- uu uis uiidk account eioes. iou nave a nguu w as good an appearance as he does. If you think your wife will look better and feel more comfortable in new clothes than she does in " old clothes, it is your duty as a husband to get them for her. If yon think that keeping your children well-dressed will cultivate a taste in them for better associates and better behavior, it is your duty as a father who loves his children, to provide it for them. In short if you think you have the same right to wear good clothes as other people have, and thus enjoy life as life should be enjoyed, then do as other people do and open an account with us! By tloing so you can always' dress yourself and family in stylish suits, overcoats, ulsters, hats, boys 'clothing, shoes and ladies' cloaks, on your simple promise of paying ?1.00 per week till the- goods are paid for. Re member, ours is a credit store. We believe an honest man is en titled to credit, that's why credit at our store is as free as air. Cre dit Clothm 62 BANK IJOTICE Extra The Waterbury Umbrella Mfgs are showing a line of novelties which is .uii.3iaii.itiii- ill 4 and moderate in 3 price. Wo have Vthe largest selec- ion of the finest . UMBRELLAS. TRUNKS and DRESS SUIT CASES. t the lowest prices possible, in this city. I'iubrellas RE-COVERED and REPAIRED with the best Glcria Silk from ('.") up WATERBURY UMBRELLA MFG. CO laetory, iH Grand street. Wpiajsos. This is the proper time of the year to purchase a piano. Our stock is the largest and finest in the city. Prices anel terms are reasonable. Do not make a purchase before calling on us. THE DBICGS & SMIT1 03 124-12S BANK STREET. A Fiano For Christmas. WHAT BETTER CHRISTMAS,.,, PRESENTS For your wife or daughter than a nice niflnn ? Call and examine our gooeis elare - - purchasing. Weber, Cliickering, Kranich & Bach, Sterling, Wheelock. Huntington. M. SONNENBERG PIANO CO. 175 Bank St. Waterbury. Ct. A. W. SKINNER, Manager. Finest line of Violins. Mandolins, Banjos and Guitars in the city. Sheet! Music and Musical Merchautlise. Exchange Place CafeXi SCIIAEFER'S WEINER EEEftur Bottled for Family Use. " ' 1 " ! i J. W. HODSON, 20 EXCHANGE PLACE'. ' $i,ooo - Challenge $1,000 HARVARD BEER, UNION MADE. on draught. EMERSON & SONS' WINE by the bottle.. JAMES E. WATTS, SoDtb Main Sirdit. BEADLESTON & WOERZ, Imported Lager Beer on Draught at T. E. GUEST'S. 95 South Main St. 'Phone 239-5. WATERBURY FIRE ALARM. 4 Cor South Main and Orand sts. u Scovill Manufacturing Co. (P). 0 Cor Bridge and MagiU sts. 7 Exchange Place. 12 Rogers & Bro. (P). 13 Cor East Main and Niagara sts. i4Cor East Main and H oleott rd. 15 Cor High and Walnut sts. 10 Cor East Main and Cherry sts. IT Cor East Main aud Cole sts. 21 Cor North Elm- anel Kingsbury sts 23 Burton Street engine house. 4 Waterbury Manufacturing Co. (P) 05 Cor North Main ami North sts. (5 cor Buckingham and Cooke sts 27 Cor Grove & Prospet Sts. JS 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. 34Cor.West Main and Watertown rd 35 Conn. Light g .5c 1'ow. Co, car house, CP). 30 Waterbury Brass Co. (D. 37 Cor Cedar and Meaelow sts. -38Cor Grand and Field sts. 42 Cor South Main and Clay sts. 43 New England Watch Co. (P). 45 Benedict & Bnrnham Mfg Co. (P) 40 Waterbury Buckle Co. (1). 47 Cor S. Main and AVashinton sts, 5tCor Baldwin and River sts. r,2 Cor Franklin anel Union sts. 53 Wat'b'y Clock Co. case fact'y (P), 54 Cor Clay and Mill sts. 50 Cor Liberty and River sts. 57 No 5 Hose House. nS Cor Balelwin anel Stone sts. G2 Cor Doolittle alley and Dublin st . 72 Cor w est Mam and A mow sts. 74 Cor Johnson and Waterville sts. 212 The Piatt Bros & Co. (Pj. 213 Hammond Buckle Co. t'P). 214 Wafb'y Clock Co, mvt fact'y (P). 21G Cor North Main ana UTove sts. 251 Cor Round Hill anel AVard sts. 2G1 Junction Cooke and N. .Main sts. 272 Grove, bet. Central & Holmes avs, 311 S. N. E. Telephone Co blel'g. (P, 312 Cor Bank and Meadow sf 313 -ltandolph & Clowes.. (p) 314 Plume and Atwooel (Pj. -,- v. .. 315 American Ring Co (P). 310 Electric Light Station (P). 318 Holmes. Booth & Haydens (P). 321 No 4 Hose House. - - - 323 Cor Wash'g'n aye and Porter sts. 324cor Charles and Porter sts. 325 Cor Simons st and Wash'g'n ave. 371-Clty Lumber and Coal Co. .PJk 412 Tracy Bros (P)..' 451 Steele & Johnson Mfg Co (P). 5S2 Cor Baldwin and Rye sta. Extra Pianos Credit - -. . . - -- . - - .."..',..-.' dress in as good clothes as your i- , ! 1. - 4 ntnl-ft STREET. OVES! STOVES! STOVES! And All Kinds of New and Second-hand Furniture Away Brass City Furniture Co. 36-38 Grand Street. CORNER OF SOUTH MAIN S" WALL, We have no spring patterns to dispose of. they are all gone. AVe offer you strictly 1901 pat terns at prices that are very in teresting. The manufacturers have outdone themselves in pre paring novelties in colorings. During the winter months we shall hang all paper at 12Ve PER SINGLE ROLL. BORDER AND FRIEZE PER YARD. 2c The F. W. DAINS Go, PAfNTERS AND DECORATORS, 288 North Main St. Agents Chilton Paints. The Waterbury usiness University IS OPEN DA Y and EVENING. for Instruction in Bookkeeping. Short hand, Typewriting, Arithmetic, Spell ing, Penmanship, Grammar, Corre spondence, Rapid Calculations, Busi ness Forms, etc. . New students admitted at any time. Send for information. 1 . 108-120 Bank Street. OVER REID & HUGHES. OAKVILLE CO . MAKERS O- Wire and Metal Goods. F. O.- Freight ara Express. Address Oakvllle, Conn. Telegraph Addrv-.a Waterbury,' Conn. New York OtUea, 4S Howard Street .-- g Co