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ftVATERBTJRY EVENING DEMOCRAT; MONDAY, DECEMBER , 24, 1900.
Christmas' Specials. $5 Oak Desks for $3.73 $0 Oak Desks for 4.50 $1.25 Tabourettes for ?1 $1.75 Tabourettes for ?1.45 $4.50 Rockers for $3.35 $3.75 Rockers for $3 $2.23 Folding Card Ta bles for $1.75. S35 Sideboard for $2S $1S Tarlor Tete for $12 $25 China Closet for $1!) $6 Morris Chairs for ?4 Foot Rests. Blacking Cabinets. Waste Bask ets. Costume Poles and Quantities of other ' things suitable for pres ents at very Ion- ligures. J. H. Burrall & Co, BO BANK STREET. TXNDK RTAK I N'O Ni flit culls answered bvC. K. Seymour. 184 Maple St. phone; D. M. Ste wart, 101 Franklin St. phone. a as as IS Si SCALLOPS 20c .a quart PROMPT DELI VKliY. OUR MOTTO. CITY FISH MARK! Cor Union and South Main. Two Rooms In Milford Building, Center street, for office or building purposes. Also, One tenement, four rooms. One tenement, five rooms. All modern improvements. J. W. Gaffney, 16 EAST MAIN ST. J. H. Mulville, UNDERTAKER, FUXERAE DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Residence, 397 East Main street Store, St Patrick's Block, 110 Broad tray. JTelephcae at store and residence. 1 . SPRING LAKE ICE CO. IHOS. H. HAYES, Proprietor. B7-30 BROOK STREET, i Telephone G03-2. The only real Spring Water Ice In the City." Special attention to family trade. HORSE SHOEING... m GENERAL WAGON REPAIRING DONE IN FIRST CLASS SHAPE. -AT R, N; BLAKESLEE'S, ". '.1G0 MEADOW ST. The Most Useful 'Christmas- present 'you can give is Wee pair or Andirons or a Grate for a 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 iWood Mantels in Connecticut. Open pvery .night .... CHARLES JACKSON & SON, v. 321.BANK STREET. HOUSES FOR XMAS Korth Willow St, 2 or 3 Families. Sis Rooms on a Floor. f Make Your Wife a Present. EASY TERMS. The Seeley & Upham Co., 43 SOUTH WILLOW ST. A. C. NORTHROP & CO. ; E7 and 29 Canal St, Waterbu, j, Manufacturers of . FINE PAPER BOXES, DEALERS IN PAPER AND TWINE. SIGNS f all descriptions at short notice. (Thorough, workmanship and reasonable prices. - Ed Ockels, Sign Haker ' OFFICE. 7 BROWN STREET. William T. Disley, 276 Bank Street : FLUMBIKG, HEATING, TIMING, METAL CORfilCKS and SKY-LIGHT3. ' particular attention given to altera tions and modernizing of house plumb tog. Estimates cheerfully furnished. , SEE MI SHOW BOOM OR V CUBING FIXTURES. , ISSUED BY THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY C. Malokbt, Editor. MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $5.X) One Month 42c Delivered by Carrier. ADVERTISING RATES. From One Cent a Word to $1.00 an Inch. Reading Notices 15c to 25c a Line. MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1900. Devery must go, is the cry in New York at present from the auti-Croker- tes. The Hon Richard hasn't been heard from yet, however. Mr MeKinloy's nomination of J. G. .V. Leishinan of Pennsylvania to be minister to Turkey, is considered to be an ollHial acknowledgement or tue failure of the series of bluffs, begin ning with' the departure from Constan tinople of United States Minister Straus and ending with the call ot the a t tit ship Kentucky at Smyrna, Tur- a y. to make the sultan pay the. claims of American missionaries for property destroyed by Turkish mobs, leaving he sultan the winner, as the claims iae not been paid. The-senate committee on military affairs has knocked out the army re- lanization bill passed by the house, which was prepared by General Corbin Did credited to Secretary 'Root, by preparing a substitute which will He eported to the senate when congress reassembles. J lie suDstiiute provides for the same number of men as the house bill, but in the organization fol lows the recommendations of General Miles. It also provide for a continu ance or tlie army canteen, wnien me onse voted to abolish to please the ladies of the W. C. T. I.., who were at the Capitol in force when the vote was taken, onlv stipulating that beer hall be the only intoxicant sold. Close friends of the aminis! ration admit that Mr MeKinley and his cab inet' are in a state of anxiety concern ing the decision that the. United States uprenie court will hand down in the cases involving the oonsururionamy oi the MeKinley policy toward the islands acquired from Spain, which were ar- iued last week in oilier words, wheth er the constitution ionows me nag where it is permanently raised. Attorney-General Griggs made the argu ment against that contention, and lawvers say it was one of the ablest he ever made. It is not known, of course, what the decision, which is ex pected some time in January, will be, but the preponderance of legal opinion, entirely outside of politics, seems to be that it will be against the adminis tration. That opinion is prlvntely lield by many who support Mr MeKin ley. Our observing people, says Henry Clews, are becoming bewildered amidst the crowding evidences of ihe creative power of the nation. Such expansion, coming upon us as with au avalanche, appeals powerfully to the public imag ination, and it is not wonderful if sanguine men come into Wall street prepared to stake with bold confidence upon the future of values. Under con ditions and prospects such as are now dawning upon us, it is not easy to draw the line between sobriety and ex travagance in the valuation of invest ments. There is, however, a limit to the length to which this spirit of public optimism may ba expected to run with in a given time. When speculation un dertakes to give effect to a great up ward tendency in values it has to de pend upon the help of the money lend ers, who are always averse , to the risks of over-counting even Hie most hopeful future. AYe ...are-now. merging upon a rauge of matket yalues. which must be expected.to csrll out' this- cau tion of the money iJ0ver. . At -the mo ment, perhaps, there is' no thought of putting on the lenders', brake; for there is a clear prospect of three months of ease in money; and .yet the high ten sion in values invites interference from professional '"bears" and i encourages realizing from conservative ''bulls," which may soon bring reactionary ten dencies into operation. England's leading journals are still discussing the action of the senate iu regard to the Ilay-Pauncefote treaty. In a recent issue the London Times said: "In any case, our course is per fectly clear. Mr MeKinley is well aware that it would be a superfluous and unmeaning formality to present the mutilated Ha y-Pauucefote treaty to her majesty's government, England, has made a frank and liberal offer in the hope of removing any possible cause of discord, and, despite the ac tion of the United States senate, we believe the course of Great Britain is appreciated by the people of the United States. If concessions are refused we can only express .. our . regret." Dis cussing the question, one. of our-New York exchanges says: "The adoption by the United States .senatfe- .of K" t,he Davis amendment t, the .Ilaj-Paonce- fote treaty has lashed . the 'English press in to!, fury;:; The rety.aVlt withe from the"Jtauas- of J.6yrpro,Bntish Sec retary of-gta,' -vrh:..-eeedited, or- rather discredited; -nvifh "having the most- to do- with the -shapiug- of -it, per-' mitted the UuitelStates t spend mil lions in .the construction of a -canal joining the waters of the Pacific and the Atlantic,- but expressly prohibited this country from taking any steps to guard against' the same canal- being ijtsedf fry puf enefnies to oar dis'adavart tage in theJtinie: of war.;. Never Jn'ths history of diplomacy has there been so complete and so uncalled for surren der of a country's interests as was em bodied iii the agreement between Hay and Tauncefote that the United States should not defend.whaO President Hayes fittingly" described as the con tinuation of our coast lines. Luckily the constitution prescribes .that, all treaties shall bo ratified Uy the votes of two-thirds of the senators present. It was given out by the friends and supporters of the administration that the semtte of the United States would be so lacking American sentiment as to approve the .bargain entered iuto by Ilay and Pauncefote. The vote on what is known as 'the Davis amend ment,' which provides that the United States shall have the right to prevent the proposed canal from being used to our disadvantage, shows that the sen ate of the United States has not degen erated to the extent that Hay and his fellow Auglomauiacs supposed it had. Only seventeen senators were willing to cast their votes against the proposi tion to make the inter-ocean waterway an American canal." HEARD IN PASSING Humph! Now It is England that has been blocking a settlement of the Chi nese troubles. Boss Hanna is beginning to fear that the tpicstiou of to subsidize or not to subsidize is going to be decided iu the negative. Tlie Quay fight among the republi cans in the' Pennsylvania legislature will doubtless carry '-prosperity" to some individuals. Mr MeKinley has been notified that a number of congressmen are expect ing Santa Clans to put a few army com missions in their stockings. The senate seemed to realize, in deal ing with the Ilay-I'auncel'ote treaty, that statesmanship has no higher duty than to protect the interests of its own country. Secretary Hay is inclined to be afraid of that canal treaty since the senate substituted American for the British clothing it wore when it left Mr Hay's' hands. Here's luck to Tlie Commoner, the Hon William .leuuiugs Bryan's new paper, may it. bring him what every good editor deserves prosperity and happiness and what so tew or luim get. A SALESLADY'S TROUBLES. "The hardest part of the life of a saleswoman is the useless questions she kas to answer," said a girl to a New York World reporter. -A wom an just came up, picked up one of these breastpins, looked at it atten tively, and asked me if it was a pin. iiv' there was no excuse for that. She kuew as well as I did that it was a pin. I had a mild revenge, for I said politely: " 'No, madam; it's a brooch.' Then she glared at ine as she snorted, Oh'.' "That is just a sample of what goes on in here all day long. Every woman seems to try to think what foolish questions she can ask. It is the one tiling that almost drives us crazy. Ap parently, the most sensible women fall iuto the habit. They'll pick up a bracelet you are trying to sell some one else and ask you if bracelets are sty lish now. It looks as if anybody out side of an insane asylum would know that, under tlie circumstances; you could make but one reply. "You will be making a run on a new belt buckle and. with a crowd o would-be purchasers listening, some woman will pipe out: 'Will these buck les wear well?' 'She might know that it would be as much as your place was worth to say they wouldn't. The other day a cus tomer left her little boy witli me for a few moments. Before she was ten feet away some one said: " 'I beg your pardon, but would you mind telling me where you got your boy's cap? I told her something that satisfied her. when another woman stepped up with. 'I beg your pardon, but what size gloves does your little boy wear?' "I stood that, hut when another woman came up and asked me if he was a bottle baby I drew the line. "Women who have looked at them selves in the glass for thirty years ask us if a certain . color is becoming to them. "And it's such a temptation to liel" AWKWARD NAMES. Lady (engaging new housemaid) Daphne? That is much too romantic a name, with young men in the house. 1 suppose you would not object to be called by your surname? Applicant Oil, no, ma am; in fact, I'm quite used to it. Lady What is your surname? Applicant Darlins. Glasgow Even ing Times. Frederick William, grand duke of tlecklenburg-Strelitz, has entered upon the fortieth year of his sovereign ty over the grand duchy. The Portuguese government has au Ihorized the expenditure of over 35,000 rupees for the reception of Lord Cur zon, viceroy of India, who is expected to visit Goa this month. The grand duke of Hesse is one of the few truly musical persons of the European nobility. He is a good pian ist and it is said his compositions have considerable merit. Don Carlos declares that the recent signs of insurrection in Spain are not due to his instigation. It is intimated that some of the Carlists are ready to go to greater extremes than Don Car los, himself. The uneasiness of the heads, that wear crowns will be heightened By the reported refusal of continental insur ance companies to take the chances of anarchist activity, At all events, one company at Trieste has refused to grant a policy . to King Alexander of Servia, -having had to pay 3,000,000 francs fof King Humbert's life. Three cut of four sons Of Lord Duf fef in have been in South Africa during the war, and one, Lord Ava, was, it will be remembered, killed during the siege of Ladysmjth:" Lord Basil Blackwood Is the third .son of the marqtjis of Duf ferin, and, though only a barrister of three years standing,-he was appoint ed deputy judge advocate in South Af Vica last AirU. EUROPEAN- ROYALTY. , : The princess of Monaco is the only Jewish consort of a reigning- sovereign; ? The czar of Russia is said to have personally a great admiration for Tol stoi and his works. ; Favored- ones who have seen pictures painted by Empress Frederick rec ognize in this royal lady an admirable artist, - The German emperor wears two bracelets on his left wrist. One con tains a useful little watch and the other is in the form of a gold cable. The queen of England rarely senda any telegrams to any member of the royal family, or to her intimate friends, otherwise than in cipher, a system of figure ciphers having been carefully arranged for her and their use. The Danish shipyards which turned out the yacht Standard for the czar are now engaged in the construction of an other yacht for the Muscovite emperor, cvhich, while smaller, is to far surpass everything as yet known in comfort and luxury. King George of Greece refuses to part with a bullet which imbedded itself in the wood of his carriage when he was waylaid and shot at several times at the conclusion of the war in. Turkey. He considered his escape so miraculous that, he had the bullet, extracted and set in his watch charm, firmly believing that it is mercifully designed to insure him immunitj from assassination. The. czar when a youth showed a ten dency to lassitude, which pointed to a want of physical stamina. This disin clination to physical exertion showed itself when he was visiting the queen of Balmoral, and the royal keepers were a little chagrined at the lack of enthusiasm which he displaj-ed with regard to the deer stalking arranged for his diversion. TRADE. An interesting textile exposition is to be held in Atlanta, Ga.. in 19C2. The German pencil trade is suffering severely from the competition of Amer ican lead pencil makers. For cotton seed in its natural state, the export demand, though unimpor tant, has shown a steady decrease dur ing the past six years. We have surpassed France in the production of articles needed by the outside world as well as those required by our own peopde. During the last century the balance of trade has been on the side of the United States with greater frequency than in any other country. The principal countries which show an excess of exports ever imports are Canada, Mexico, Argentine, Chili, Aus tralasia, India, Eypt, Spain, Austria Hungary and Russia, The imports of this republic in 1S0O were nearly two-thirds as much as those of Great Britain, while at the end of the century they are less than one third. At the,ame time our exports have increased three times as rapidly as those of Great Britain. There is a popular impression that the French surpass all others in sup plying their owjanecessities and fur nishing their own luxuries, but figures show that their dependence upon for eign nations has been increasing with the years, and that the balance of trade is now largely figainst them. THE AGES OF SAGES. Hobbes wrote his "Human Intellect" at 62. ,Ij3t-,Rochefoi3t 52,-pubJjLshed his 'Reflections.')" 'fr;1'.- ' . ;- Seneca, between 50 and 60 wrote his "Consolations.".' r '., Malthus published his great work on "Population".. at 32. . ' Aristotle, after .long thought, began his great series at 50.- - Diderot. brgaTi the "Encyclopedia" at 3S and finished it at 5ff. Hegel, . before .30, had laid out the outlines of his:. system, of philosophy. Jacobi, the ?,'German Plato," wrote his best. works between 40 and. 50. .' At 42 Kant began and at 52 he com pleted his great work, "Critique of Pure .Reason.!' 1 Tlume began; "Human Nature'.' at 23, and, after seven years of labor, com pleted it at 30'. ' - ; Plato', t between 20 and 40, was with Socrates,- -an d:,. taught philosophy - be tween 40- and 68 or S9.'- - - r - Shaftesbury 22 "entered -the house f commons and exhibited great en ergy; at 38, published his work on "Tribute and Merit," and at 33 the "Monarchist." Condillac at 12 3-ears, on account of his feeble health, could not read; at 31, published his "Origin of Human Knowledge;" at 39 his "Sensation." His later works were of less account. BEES. Eggs of choice bee queens are an article of commerce in Switzerland. Tinted glass is used in England to measure the color of extracted honey. While a great deal of Florida honey is fit for table use., much of it is used for manufacturing. Bees will not ordinarily fly more than mile and a half in. quest of stores; and the great bulk of them will keep within the mile limit. Bee-s have flown seven miles, but very rarely. Five thousand honey bees, as they leave the hive, weigh about one pound, but when the inserts return from the visits to the flowers, freighted with honey, they weigh nearly twice as much. , Lincoln's It&trent. Rev. Mr. Alcott, of Elgin, HI.," one of Abraham Lincoln's Springfield ac quaintances, tells of seeing him come away from church unusually early one Sunday morning. "The sermon could not have been more than, half -way through," says Mr. Alcott. "His son 'TadV. waa ,&lung across,.his left arm like a pair of saddle-bags, and Lincoln was striding along with long and delib erate steps, toward his home. On.one of .the street corners he-eaeountere-d a group of his f ellow-towmsmifn. Lincoln anticipated, 4he question, 'which, .-..was about to be-put by the group; and, tak ing his figure of speech from practices with which they were only too famil iar, said: 'Gentlemen, I entered this colt, but he kicked around so I had. to .-yithciraw him.' " Little -Chronicle. ' ; ".-.:'.. " - . KIMBALL u School Music Only school in the state where all branches of music are tauaht. All of the teachers are thoroughly train ed Instructors, and the courses of study are thoroughly graded. The fol lowing Dranehes 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. MEN WHO ARE TALK Prof. Frederick Dieterici, the dis tinguished orientalist of Berlin univer sity, lately celebrated his professional jubilee. It is said that during the 14 years which President MeKinley served in congress he purchased and smoked 37,000 cigars. John A. Johnson, the Wisconsin mil lionaire manufacturer, has offered $40, 000 to the supervisors of Dane county, Wis., for a home for aged people. Lieut. Amdrup, the arctic traveler and explorer, has received from King Leopold" of Denmark the coveted "gold medal for brilliant service." The honor was bestowed because of Lieut. Am drup's researches along the hitherto unknown eastern coast of Greenland. William Couper, the sculptor, has just completed a fountain for the gov ernment building to be erected at the pan-American exposition at Buffalo. The work, which is one-qtiarter the size it will be when finally in place, will be rendered in "staff." ''' With -the exception of birds, men's legs are longer in proportion to their body than those of any other animal. One thousand pounds of dough for biscuits is rolled, cut and prepared for baking in three hours and fift3--four minutes by machinery, as against fifty cur hours by hand. The production of natural vegetable indigo, obtained by fermenting the leaves of the plant, is said to equal to day the entire world's production of other dyestuffs. The father of all trees, so far as age goes, is said to be found on the island of Cos, belonging to Asia Minor. A German savant, whose knowledge runs along that line, declares the tree is not less than 2.90A years old. FOR THEr Shoe for WINTER USE. It ABSOLUTELY prevents slipping:, and insures perfect safety and comfort to liorse and driver. Shod -with the " TTevorsHp," your horse's I by not caving to constantly remove tlie imoes for flharpenine. The CALKS are REHOVABLE, Steel-Centered and SELF-SHARPEN ING andROIJNTor SQUARE BASE s preferred. Catalogue on Application. L. L. ENS WORTH & SON, Blacksmith Supplies, HARTFORD CONNECTICUT Departure and Arrival of Trains. NAUGATUCK DIVISION. Trains leave Bank Street Station for New York, Bridgeport, New Haven and other places at G:35: 8:12; 10:50 a. m., 1:28; 2:4Si 4:45; 5:05; 0:08 and 7:00 p. ni. The 7 p. m. is a mixed train. Trains arrive at Bank Street Sta tion from New York. Bridgeport, New Haven and way stations at 8:ot: ):V2; 11:12 a. m.; 1:11; 3:50; 0:25; 0:58; 0:00 p. m.; 1:28 a. m. Trains leave rsanic street, station ior Winsted and way stations at 8:38; 11:14 a. ni.; 3:oS and 7:00 p. m. Trains arrive at Bank Street Sta tion from msted and way stations at S:12; 10:50 a. m.; 2:48: 0:08 p. m. Trains leave Bank street Station for Watertowu and way stations at 0:45: 8:41; 11:1T a. in.; 1:30; 4:01; 5:00; C:12; 7:03; 0:05 and 11:20 p. m. Trains arrive at Bank Street Station from Watertowu and way stations at 0:25; S:00: 10:40 a. in.; 1:02; 2:3o; 4:40; 0:52; 0:47; 7:54; 11:1S p. m. Sunday Trains. Leave Bank Street Station for New York. Bridgeport and New Haven at 7:10 a. ni. and 5:1;.) p. m. Arrive at Bank Street Station from New York. Bridgeport and New Ha ven at 9:38 a. m. and 7:55 p. m. Leave Bank Street Station for Wa tertowu aud way stations at 9:43 a. ni. and 8:00 p. m. Arrive at Bank Street Station from Watertown and way stations at 0:58 a. m. and 5:12 p. in. HIGHLAND DIVISION. Traifis leave Meadow Street Station for Boston, Hartford and way stations at 7:00 and 8:3S a. m.; 12:38; 4:05; 8:07 n- m. Trains arrive at Meadow Street Sta tion from Boston, Hartford and way stations at S:05; 11:40 a. m.; 1:50; 5:13 aud 7:45 p. m. Trains leave Meadow Street Station for New York, Fishkill Landing, Dan bury and way stations at 8:13 a. in. and '1:50 and 5:18 p. m. Trains arrive at Meadow Street Sta tion from New York, Fishkill Lauding, Danbury and way stations at 8:30 a. in.: 12:34 and 8:04 p. in. Sunday Trains. Leave Meadow Street Station at 8:30; 11:30 a. m.;J5:30 p. m." - Arrive at Meadow- Street Station- at 10:20 a. m.; 2:18 and 7:20 p. in. 4 S .,. MERIDEN BRANCH,?1 r jj drains ; leave -bublitf Street Station jfap Midd;letown and; way stations at 8:5G';a. in.. arid 6:15 p. miv:V' : Trains arrive' ar Dublin Street Sta tion from Middletowi ; and . way sta tiohs.at .TjB&.Os'.hj. and :00 p. m. ELECTRIC CARS. 7 " Leave'Exchange Place dally at 5:37 a. in; and every 15 minutes thereafter untll'kll:37'p.' in, ' - . . .... . 1 -p a k itj WediifW" Credit! If you think you can afford to dress in as good clothes as "your neighbor with his bank account does. You have a right to make 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 you think that keeping your children well-dressed will cultivate a tast3 in them for better associates and better behavior, it is your duty as a father who loves bis children, to provide it for thorn. In short i; you think you have the same right to wear good clothes as other people have, and thus enjoy life as life should bo enjoyed, then do as other people do aud open an account with us. By doing 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, thafs why credit at our store is as free as air. I Credit Clothing Co, I 62 BANK STREET. - Special Sale of.Umbrellas. 1 Ins ia the great est manufactur ing sale ever of fered. We marked down at halt' price all the finest . UMBKKLLAS, T It U N K S and BAGS, at the lowest prices in this town. See that you don't miss this great opportunity. IU -member, every Umbrella you buy of us we GUARAN TEE to keep iu repair, free of charge, for one vear. WATERBURY UMBRELLA MFG. CO Factory, 7S Grand street. Iver&Pond PIANOS. This is the proper time of the year to purchase a piano. Our stock is the largest and finest in the city. Prices and terms are reasonable. Do not make a purchase before calling on us. THE DRIGGS & SMITH 03 124-12S BANK STREET. A Piano For Christmas. WHAT BETTER CHRISTMAS PRESENTS For vour wife or daughter than a nice piano? Call and examine our purchasing. ;oods before eber, Chickering, 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 Merchandise. 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 cornpleted in early spring. THE Hellmann Brewing Co., Waterbury, Conn. TELEPHONE 310. WATERBURY FIRE ALARM. 4 Cor South Main and Grand sts. BScovill Manufacturing Co. (P). 0 Cor Bridge and Magill sts. 7 Exchange Place. 12 Rogers & Bro.'(P). 13 Cor East Main and Niagara sts. 14 Cor East Maiu aud Wolcott rd. 15 Cor High aud Walnut sts. jG Cor East Main and Cherry sts. 17 Cor East Main and Cole sts. oicor North Elm and Kingsbury sts 23 Burton Street eugiue house. 24 Waterbury Mauulaeturing Co. (P) 25 Cor North Main and North sts. 20 Cor Buckingham and Cooke sts. 27 (Jor Grove & Prospet Sts. 2S Cor Hillside avenue and rice St. 2D N. Willow bet. Ridgewood aud Hillside avenue. 31Cor Bank and Grand sts. 32 Cor Riverside and Bank sts. 34 Cor West Main and Watertown rd 35 Conn. Light'g lit Pow. Co, car house, (P). SC Waterbury Brass Co. (P). 37 Cor Cedar and Meadow sts. 38Cor Grand and Field sts. 4oCor South Main and Clay sts. 43 New England Watch Co. (P). 45Benedict & Burnham Ml'g Co. (P) 4G Waterbury Buckle Co. (i. 47Cor S. Main aud Washiuton sts. 51 Cor Baldwin and River ais. 52 Cor Franklin and Union sts. 53 Wat'b'y Clock Co. case fact'y (P). 54Cor Clay and Mill sts. 50 Cor Liberty end River sts. 57 No 5 Hose House. HS Cor Baldwin and Stone sts. 02 Cor Doolittlo alley and Dublin st 72 Cor West Maiu aud .Villow sts. 74Cor Johnson and Waterville sts. 212 The Tlatt Bros & Co. (P). 213 Hammond Buckle Co. (P). 214 Wat'b'y Clock Co, mvt fact'y (P). 21 G Cor North Main and Grove sts. 2"1 Cor Round Hill and Ward st3. 201 Junction Cooke and N. Main sts. 272 Grove, bet. Central & Holmes a vs. 311 S. N. E. Telephone Co bld'g. (P). 312 Cor Bank and Meadow sts. 313 Randolph & Clowes, (p) 314 Plume and Atwood (P) 315 American Ring Co (P). 310 Electric Light Station (P). 31 s Holmes, Booth & Uaydens (P), 321 No 4 Hose House. . 323 Cor Wash'g'u ave and Torter sts. 324 Cor Charles and Porter sts. 325 Cor Simons st and Wash'g'n ave. 371 City' Lumber and Coal Co P). 412 Tracy Bros- (P). 451 Steele & Johnson Mfg Co (P). 582 Cor Baldwin aud Kyo aU - Tm1 Pianos t t z TOVES! STOVES! STOVES! And All Kinds of New and Second-hand Furniture Mostly Given Away Brass City Furniture Co. 36-38 Grand Street. CORNER OF SOUTH MAIN ST. TheF. W. DAINS & Go 288 north Main Street. Tenements. We fit them up O. K. at a very low price. It is conceded by all that we have the finest lint' of WALL PAPER in the city. We hang it (until further notice) for 12)c per Roll. Everything iu Paints, Enamels, etc. GLASS We can save you on Glass about 20 per cent. AINS Go, I iff I EJilBllU UU1 PAINTERS AND DECORATORS, 288 North Main St. Agents Chilton Paints. Waterbury University IS OPEN EVENING. for instruction, in Bookkeeping, Short hand, Typewriting, Arithmetic, Spell ing, Penmanship, Grammar, Corre spondence, Rapid Calculations, Busi ness Forms, etc. . j New students admitted at any tima Send for informal' 108-120 Bank Street, OVER REID & HUGHES. OAKVILLE CO " MAKERS O-- ; Wire and Metal Goods. r. O. Freight at.a Express. ' Address Oakvllle, Conm -Telegraph Addreia Waterbury, Conn. New Tiork OttJca, . iS Howard Street. - - The Busine