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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5 mi
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. For the generous Cbrist-
The rush is uow
over, aud we ai e
rcuuy to supply . JU
With ail ui ii'.i.n e
needs, in Uie Old a
J. H. Burr II & Co,
' 60 BANK STREET.
. Night calls answered
by D. M. Siewart, 101
Franklin street, tele
phone; C. E. Seymour,
1S4 Maple street, telephone.
North Carolina Shad 14c.
Frost Fish 6c.
. - . Cor Union and South Main.
, ; FOR RENT"
j -. . One TENEMENT, SIX ROOMS, ON
PHOENIX AVENUE, HEAR OF
' .OPERA HOUSE.
" ONE TENEMENT FIVT3 ROOMS.
.J. W. Gaffney,'
1G EAST MAIN ST.
J. H. Mulville,
DIRECTOR AND EMUALMER.
Hesldnnf, 397 East Main street.
Store, Si Patrick's Block, 110 Broad
sray. . .Telephc e at store and residence.
. SPRING LAKE ICE GO.
" ' TECS. H. HAYES, Proprietor.
S7-30 BROOK STREET.
' '" Telephone CJ3-2.
. 'Tlie-only real Spring Water Ice in
. the City." -
Special attention to family trade.
' 1KD GENERAL
.. DONE IS FIRST CLASS SHAPE.
R, N. BLAKESLEE'S,
' - 160 MEADOW ST.
The Most Useful
.' Christmas . present you can give is i
. nice, pair of Andirons or ' a Grate for
- a fireplace.' We have a large stock of
. JJiem, also shovels, tongs, pokers, fire
' y scretns," fenders and everything neces-
sary for the fireplace. Largest line of
.i., Wood Mantels in Connecticut. Open
: every night.
. . CHARLES JACKSON & SON,
321 BANK STREET. :
Two fnd Threg Fzm'h Houses
' Six Booms on a Floor."
- " : North Willow Street.
'-- ". ' email Payments.
" The Seeley & Upham Co..
C " - S SOUTH WILLOW ST. 1 ' !
'l Or Evenings at 54 Center 'Street '
A. C. NORTHROP & CO.;
27 and 29 Canal St. Wateiby,; s-
. Mannfacturers of .
FINE PAPER BOXES, DEALERS
. " IN PAPER" AND TWINE. '
Of air descriptions at 'short notice.
Iborftugh workmanship and reasonable
Ed Ockels, Sign Haket
" OFFICE. 7 BROWN STREET. .
7illiam TV Disley, '
t 376 Bank Street.
c;g, heatihg, timsog, m&
"TeSir intention ci'ven to alter;
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SATUIiDAY, JANUARY D, IL'01.
v" The ' reapportionment. b)ll' is being
jnade the bas.s of, a. warm cout( W
the' iiou.se, in which political lines are
not drawn, but most of the d-'mocias
are supporting the substitute, for the
committee bill, which SiijjhUy in
creases the representation ot a few
status and reduces that of none.
In his messagp to the 'Pennsylvania
legislature on Wednesday Governor
Stone sloolc the i rouble to express llie
conviction tliat 'the election of United
States senator by poplar vote is the
proper way to do it. Hartford Post.
Covernor Stone is not alone in think
iiig that w;iy either. And why not
.elect; tliem by the people. The peo
ple pay the freig'lit and thv should
be given a chance to say Who shall
' A.stoiiiiihii2i,-Iy ' littles- attention has
been paid to the funny' sale of the
reception of Usui Rolicvts in I-on-d;)ii.
It was lusi-il on his report be
fore he left Africa that be had end
ed the Boer war and anneseiMhe Boer
territory, and it came olt at the time
when, the Boers were capturing Brit
ish fioldiers and supplies ard going on
just as if they had not been subdued
ami annexed. The reception was at
least as funny as Punch. Hartford
Funny, why it has been more than
fuunv. The greatest (Vl nation in the
world with an army of lit .((, trying
to sulKitTe less than a seventh of that
number. Since Roberts declared the
war at an c::d (ieneral 1 e Wet has
in fact '.-curried the war into Africa,"
and we should imagine, looking at it
frnin this distance that it would at
least obscure Roberts's reception even
more so. than the fog which hid his
vessel from sight for several hours.
The consolidation bill had its first
public hearing last, evening, when the
board of aldermen discussed it. A
few of our prominent citizens also ap
peared before the board and gave their
views on the new bill. About all who
have thus far given expression to
views agree with the Democrat that
the bill lias a number of weak spots,
the one giving imperialistic power to
the mayor being one of them. If the
people want to jiive up. tii.'ir rights
in electing oilicers ari.l various 'braids,
well aud good, but they should be
heard on the question before such a
law. is railroaded into operation. It
is just as easy for a voter to cast a
vote for the board of assessors as it
is to drop one in for the mayor. It
will all be done a one and the same
time. If this right of electing officials
is once taken out of the hands of the
people it will be a difficult task to ever
get it back. The people of Waterbury
have none too many rights or priv
ileges at present, and they should look
to it' that their rights iu this respect
are not curtailed.
iieneral Miles has a few facts in his
possession .about, ciubaliu't-d beef that
have 'never been made public, but
which may be included in the answer
that he will make in his own time to
ex-Secretary Alger's new attack on
him Speaking, of the matter, General
Miles said; "Mr Alger, by publishing
a book and "by the use of the public
press in dealing with facts connected
with the Spanish war, has laid himself
open to reply f any army officer ;h&
is in any way affected by the-statements
made. While I have' not ye;t
fully decided on the. course. 1 shall pur
sue in the matter, it is very likeiy I
shall at some future time1 put on rec
ord a few facts which it will be im
possible to -whisLe down." The ad
ministration' Ii'as such a dread -of what
General Miles may say -that
veihnl threats of removing him from
the command of the army if he re
plies to Alger, have been made. Mr
-JAcICinloy, us aii the world knows,
would welcome an excuse to humiliate
General -Miles,' and since the senate
military committee adopted the ideas
of General Miles on army reorganiza
tion, iu .place ..of what was known as
the R00J: plan, prepared' by GeneraJ
CorUiu, "secretary; Root would gladly
help. " For that reason soui'e. of Gen
eral Mflcs's ; friends arev trying to get
him to wait until after his retirement
to have his final say. S
The present position of our .financial
relations with ' Europe, says Henri
dews" In. his -weekly letter, is sug
gestive of an important reflux home
ward of. our securities.- Both London
and Berlin have made extraordinary
specHlatiybi- purjehases of our stocks
and bonds," to which they still cling in
hope of a further rise in prices.. And
both-' thosS-? markets ' , are - threatened
.with., sharp" trregnlaritftes If not worse;
it; i. itheoibe-speted that any
Bys'SmptSi uactiop at ;New.
i'ofli ; V:dr pwefjrttato' realizing on these
lrge traifsljMwrau'sient holdings,
iressnr, on' sr!4ioin!. maret. f Vpn-
flh&ae' Idlglnaiiinftese' proapeetl-te
1 .furniaUflA? ft wjBbflltes,'? W 8te"Vurth 'prpara-
k "' a iJJT sjaH which will appear
on the loan niarket in competition with
the demand from speenlativehorrow
ers. Nor can we ignore tht growing
effect upon the' leading commerQiai na
tions of the new and effective Indus
trial competition coming from ' the
.TMted States. It 1s not so much- a
natter of the pr:set-volume of;thi3
.' -.. iv-ccfU' Ht'w: as if 's 'the -effect of
be fert r.-vt l t oil "of -what may be
5joiS e:pe?cd. Germ try, alre.ndy in
he thro s of a rtaeiioa from .xces
. -ive pver-produi tion r.f-'gd nd- of .
v. r-ci r.t.cn-- of- - industrial- corpora .
iens. sees - Ainet'ican -entering.. Ihu'
market's on which she lias most ;ceu
t red her hop: 8 and 'producing leading
staples at lower prices than any other
countries; and the nation so. recently
boasting of 'its progress is now deep
ly alarmed at inevitable invasions
upon its Industries. A similar feeling
of alarm, though less intense, is ap
pearing in. Great Britain also. These
symptoms of change must from this
time forward chill the spirit of Euro
pean enterprise and produce a certain
measure of collapsj, with which busi
ness interests on this side the Atlantic
must more or less sympathize; for we
cannot invade the territory of our
competitors without sharing in. the
consequences. Thus, no sooner has
the nineteenth century placed us in n
position of vantage in the world's
competition than we have to face a
set of new and perplexing problems
growing out of the largeness of our
HEARD IU PASSING
Odds are being offered that the ship
subsidy bill will not pass at this ses
sion of congress.
St Louis is jubilant over the 'com-ph-tion
of its $3,000,000 exposition
guarantee fund, which makes it
world's fair a certainty.
The Panama canal lobby thinks it
succeeded during the recess in laying
wires that wiil hang up Nicaragua
canal legislation at this session of con
gress. It may be right 'rat if so some
senators are likely t some disa
asreeable tllin5s fr cir constitu
Dr Calvin .T. rollock of Kirksville,
Mo. was the' inventive early bird iu the
wee sum' hours of the new century.
He desired to present the first appli
cation of the century for a United
States patent, and through the enter
prise of his attorneys. C. A. Snow &
Co of Washington, V. C, accomplished
Some ugly rumors are reported from
Washington concerning the alleged in
tention of administration senators to
hang up the house bill for the reduc
tion of war taxes. It hardly seems ;
probable that they will dare do such
a thing, but there is no telling. The
administration is like the person who
gets the idea that he is the whole
thing liable to do foolish things.
'OT HER STATION.
London Ppnre Moments tells of a sol-emnu-faced
woman who was once rid
i"tr on the train from Brookfleld to
Stamford. Somewhere between the
two stations in accident occurred and
tlio train rolled down an embankment, j
Th solcmn-f-i'-e-l ndv crawled from
be- e'th the wrecks tr" and asked of a
fellow vict'm who ws near:
'Is this St-uofirdV
'No. mi'.Tii," he replied. This is a
"Oh. d"nv!" she nnswered. "Then
I hadn't oughter got off here, had I?"
NO RIGHT TO UGLINiQSS.
The woman who is lovely In face,
orm and temper will ilways have
friends but one who would be attrac
tive must keep her health. If she is
weak, sickly and ali run down, she will
be nervous and irritable. If she has
constipation or kjdney trouble, her im
pure blood will cause pimples, blotches
skin eruptions and a wret; bed complet
ion. Electric Bitters is the oest med
icine in the world to regulate stomach.
liver and kidneys, and to purify tho
blood. It gives strong nerves, bright
eves, smooth. velvev skin, rich com
plexion. It will make a good-looking,
itinrniincr woman of a run-down inva
lid. Onlv ni ceuls at G. L. Dexteh &
Co's Drug Store.
NOT GENERALLY KNOWN.
Almost half a million rural resident
now enjoy the free delivery system.
The bclo, or Filipino knife, is al
most, like the American corn knife,
only it has a slight curve in it and is
Forty years ago the art of - dyeing
was known to but few men, who jeal
ously guarded their secrets and hand
ed them down from one generation to
Hitherto all attempts to use turf as
fuel and .'tor the production of gas on
a large scale liave- failedi. fcT the rea
son that no means existed to' 'dry it
cheaply and quickly, r.or could it be
pressed into a small volume.
It is claimed that sighing is but an
other name for oxygen starvation.
There is no doubt but that the most
prevalent cause for sighing is worry.
An interval of several seconds often
follows moments of ' mental dis
quietude, during- which time the chest
walls remain rigid until nature's de
marad is made for oxygen, thus caus
ing the deep inhalation. It is'the ex
piration following the inspiration that
is properly termed the sigTi.'and this
sigh is sipxply an effort of the organ
ism to obtain the necessary supply of
. Terrible Foil.
Solemn-faced- Man (with newspaper)
Well, 1 see tfierevas a singular acci
dent at one of the slaughter houses out
at. the stock yards yesterday.' a man
who was leaning out of an upper story
window It go and dropped 60 feet, and
wasn't hurt a particle. ,
Eager ListenerHow did that hap
pen'" "' - ''-. .'. .
x "They were pigs - fet."
e " RED HOT FROM THE GUtf
"Was the hall that hit li. B. Stead
man of Newark, Mich, in the Civil wr.
It caused borrlbic Ulcers that no treat
meet" helped for 20 years. Then Buck-len's-Arnica
Salve cured Thlrt. -"Cnren
Cuts' Bruise. Burns. . Boilg," ;' Prions,
CornV Skin Eruptions; Best file cure
eir eftrth. -25 cents-a boJt. cure guar
anteed. Sold by , Q. li.. Dexter & Ca
druggist. ' . . ' -T, '
! . , PACTS AND FANCIES. - -.
Germany, publishes about .20,000
books a year, France 11,000, Italy 9,000,
England 6,000, United States 5,000.
.": When the smoke bells are suspended
over gp.s burners to shield the ceiling,
tt is better to have them come as low
as possible, but not closer tan 12 or 15
inches to ifcfc- flare.. . .... ' "'
The fii -t -lire n'.f-sC.Tai? in PofiiiT
wa bu.'l.; by' Ujrid . Wheflr,. s, bfack
sir. it h, ; bui-y, now Wasi-jngtcn
btreet. It. Was "t r ied at a firt . A egasbt
21.,'17i"5i 'and found to perform extreme
ly wellv - ? ; ... X
The twf-RiU-fh century will hare the
greatest cuix-ber of leap years possible
24. The year 1004 will be the first one.
then every fourth year after that, to
and including the year GOrOr February
will have five Sundays three times, in
1920, 1043 and 197G. . ' ' - -
In 1811, 300 miles of earth about New
Madrid, Mo., shook constantly for
months. Lakes were formed and mys
teriously drained. - Mud shot out of
fissures as high as the tops of the trees.
These disturbances ceased suddenly at
the moment of the great earthquake on
March 2G. 1S12, which destroyed Car
acas, in Venezuela. '
A stranger, on walking through the
streets of China for the fivst' time, is
puzzled, among other things, by the ap
pearance of jars in various positions on
the roofs of the houses'. A jar placed
with its 'bottom end toward the street
indicates tha-t the daughter of .the
house is not yet of age to marry. As
soon as she has developed into a mar
riageable maiden the jar is turned with
its mouth to the street. When the
young lady gets married the jar is re
moved altogether. -
The death, of former Lieut. Gov. David
II. Nichols, of Colorado, removes a typ
ical western pioneer, lie was a soldier
in the Mexican war, a California Argo
naut, a merchant in Illinois and a Colo
John Mahin, editor of the Muscatine
(la.) Journal, has been connected with
that paper since July 7, 1S52, almost 49
years. He has been longer connected
with one journal than any other Iowa
James H. O'Rourke, the baseball play
er, has played the national game for 34
successive seasons. He has played in
1,940 championship games while a mem
ber of the National or the Players',
league. He is bow 4( years old but is
in excellent health and appears cbie
to play the game many more seasons.
The late Joseph W. McClurg, of Mis
souri, farmer governorof the state,,
a former congressman and an old-time
prospector, made a horseback journey
from Texas to Missouri, 1,200 miles, to
marry hfs wife. He crossed the plains
to California in the old .ox team days.
He established stores, opened mines,
made roads, built steamboats on the
Osage, and worked up a business of
$500,000 a j-car. ' At 80 he was as fas
tidiously neat and dapper as he was
at 20. ' Ij
Mrs. Tom Thumb is now 60 years of
age, but is still bright and active. She
is, however, Mrs. 'Tom Thumb no long
er, having married again. Her present
husband is Coitnt 'Magri, who, it is said,
was her first, lover and was thrown over
by her for the sake of Gen. Tom Thumb,
whom she married in 1803. She was
known on the stage as Lavinia Warren,
but. her real name was Miss Bump, and
she was born at Middleborough, in Mas
There exist at present in Germany,
distributed in 005 places, -861 schools
uid institutes wherein manual train
ng is carried on in 1,514 workshops.
When the high school courses for
;irls were opened at Moscow a few
iveeks ago. the number of students was
fixed at 200. There were, however, 250
ipplicants at the start.
W. R. Thompson, of Pittsburgh, an
alumnus of Washington and Jefferson
college in. Washington, Pa., is to erect
a library building for the institution
at a cost of $30,000 and give $10,000 for
Henry Puipps is.'tc build and present
to Pittsburgh the Phipps school of
botany. The object is to provide prop
er class rooms where pupils of the city
schools unci others may assemble by
appointment to study the rare botan
ical specimens to be found in the Phipps
conservatories. ' i
At the recent meeting of the. Con
necticut Valley grammar school mas
ters, held in Springfield, Mass.,' Dr.
Balliet delivered an interesting address
on the schools of Germany. The high
school teacher in eGrmany is a scholar,
a writer of books and often a teacher in
one of the universities. The average
teaching in Germany is"-better .than
in this country, and much of the teach
ing here would not be tolerated in Ger
Germans, after a continued residenc
abroad of ten years, lose their cilizen
In 1899 Germany had 32,003 " post
offices, or about as many as the United
States had in 1872. . . V ' -
Prince Muenster von . Derneburg,
German ambassador to Paris,, has re
signed, owing to his great age. -The
' prince, who is 80 years old, has been !50
: years in the diplomatic service, the last
' 15. in Paris. Previously ho was am-
The German merchant marine.- is,
making rapid progress. - During the
last 25 years the number of steamships
of over 1C3 tons register increased in
Germany 520 per cent., while in Eng
land the increase was only 29 per cent,
and in France 151 per ent. .
Emperor William II. is endeavoring to
secure in history, for his grandfather,
William I., the title "The Great." Not
a few courtiers whose chief aim is to
gain favor have readily yielded to the
imperial wishes by speaking of the first
emperor only as Kaiser Wilhelm der
Grosse. ; ; ( .
A ew; llljrB jmn(,'m beeii intro-'
iueed" Jntb th'fe village Of Simnozbeim,
r in VVrtemher. Frpn.$Uirie. pil ,
petrileuiiS erWrr the bi) ffom ikhleh.
-the lighi is produced is distributed to
'the different lamps through 'topper
i tubes; the petroleum Is then vaporUed
by special ap5Sjrti and bumef . 4" .
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School - Music
Only' school in the state where ail
bra"ncrie 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
. DCL1N, BANJO, GUITAR, V
" CORNET AND SIGHT
Also fine School of Dancing and De
porimeut. Pupils may enter at any
time. Catalogue mailed upon application.
Special Sale of Umbrellas.
This is tne greal-
3F . o
feied. We marked
down at half
price all the finest
BAGS, at the lpwest prices in this
town... See that you don't miss this
great opportunity. Remember, every
Umbrella vou buv of us we GUARAN
TEE to keep in repair, free of charge,
for one vear.
WATERBURY UMBRELLA MFC CO
Factory, 78 Grand street.
And dealers in perishable
goods generally. '
The subscribers are prepar
ed to accept proposals for
s- pace in their
Cold storage Warehouse
To be completed in early
Hellmann Brewing Co.,
STATUE FOR AN APE.
The municipal council of Grenoblt
has voted a large appropriation to
erect a bronze statue of the famous
chimpanzee Charlemagne, who has just
died there. -He was brought to Greno
ble by Explorer Marvotte, and for nine
years had enjoyed the freedom of the
town, being allowed to enter every
home and to help himself to anything
in the vegetable and fruit shops.
Charlemagne. who was perfectly
tame, dressed like a laborer, though he
preferred to travel on all fours. He
used to sit with the card players in the
cafes or by the fishermen at the river
bank by the hour, looking to be the
THE CHILDREN'S PLAYMATE.
wisest and most sedate crony among
Five years ago, writes a New York !
World correspondent, he rescued a child
who had fallen in a well by going down
and climbing back by the help Of a rope
and the projections of the wall. No-
body was present but the drenched ,
child, who told the story.
Chaj-lem.agne was also a great favor
ite at the Children's hospital. There he
spent hourst playing iu different wards
with infinite kindness. Has funeral was
attended by the whole population. '
Only one other French city possesses
a monument erected in-memory of an
animal by a loving public. This is Mon
targis, where there is a bronze dog, cit
ed in all guide books as the Montargis
dog. After his master had been mur
dered the dog fought the. assassin all
the night,-fencing him in a vacant lot
and preventing his escape. The dog
Was mortally stabbed a,nd both he and
the murderer died from their wounds
IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES.
Austria is the one. country in the
world which never puts a woman in
Land in England is worth 300 times
as much as it was 200 years ago.
The French Legion of Honor is the
biggest order of merit. It numbers
55,000 members. - . "
.,,Eight million pounds' worth of fish
are landed at English ports every 12
months. This includes shellfish, but
not salmon. '
The Russian government gives a
golden medal to every couple that cel
ebrates its golfden or diamond wed
ding. Last year 614 couples received
medals. - :
Denmark holds the record in thrifti-nessl:-Her
inhabitants have, on an
average, 10 6s. apiece in the savings
banks; ' English ( people have only
3 2s. ahead. . . '.
" The wealth of the German people is
estimated at 150,000,000,000 marks
($35,700,000,000), of which 25,000,000-,
000 marks ($5,950,000,000), or about 16
per cent., represents the value of
lands adapted to the cultivation of
A POWDER MILL EXPLOSION .
" Removes everything In sight; so do
drastic : mineral plUsi but . both are
inlghty dangerous, --i; lioh't? dynamite
tb$ delicate machinery, of $our body
wlien Dr King's Nejr Ut&SVOa, wblA
are gentle, as a summer bruexe, do the
work perfectly. ' Cures Headache. Con
stipation. Only SBc at Gk L. Dexter
Co's Drag Btore. j -
Make a Resolution
To read our "Ads" every week this year and, you'll be the one V
benefited by it. We don't boast, bluster or exaggerate.- We don't -mislead
or use enticing means to attract you," but lay plain fact;.
tor your consideration why otir store is the store for you. to trade
in We carry a large stock in every .department, comprising the '
.kind of g-.ods .that" every man. woman and child wears, our prices ' -are
acknowledged by all to be the lowest, and our terms .of'
credit are the most liberal ever heaul of in the clothing-trade. ;
'1 hat deals with us finds everything just as we represent; and if you
never bought here before it is yoiuown fault, for it Is just as
easy to buy of us on weekly payments as it is elsewhere for cash. .
Aside from that, you miss the conveuience. you miss the satisfaction '
and you miss the guarantee that goes with every sale. Special
prices are now in vogue on Men's Overcoats, Ulsters. Suits and Boys' '
Clothing. Come to-day. come to-morrow, come any day you choose.
Business strictly confidential. '
Credit Clothing Co; 1
62 BANK STREET.
n DR R. C. J
Residence, 25 Johnson Street, Water
bury Conn. Office. -City Lumber
& Coal Co. 03 Bank St. Telephone.
D-pjitirj a.idArr.vai of TrJns,
KAUGATUCK ii VISION.
Trains leave Bn.nk -Street Station for
New York, Bridgeport, New Haven
and other places at t;:3."i; S:12; 10:o0
a. m l:-S; -AS; 4:15; 5:0-3; 0:0S and I
7:00 p. m. The 7 p. in. is a mixed
Trains-arrive at Bank Street Sta
tion from New York. Bridgeport. New
Haven and way stations at S::j; 9:12;
11:12 a. in.; 1:11; 3:50; G:25; 0:5ii; 0:00
p. m.; 1:2S a. m.
Trains leave Bank Street Station for
Winsted and way stations at 8:38;
11:14 a. in.; 3:5S and 7:00 p. m.
Trains arrive at Bank Street Sta
tion fvom Winsted and way stations
at 8:12; 10:50 a. m.; 2:48: G:08 p. m.
Trains leave Bank Street Station
for Watertown and way stations at
0:45; S:41; 11:17 a. m.; 1:30; 4:01; 5:00;
0:12; 7:03: 9:05 and 11:20 p. m.
Trains arrive at Bank Street Station
from Watertown and way stations at
0:25; 8:00; 10:40 a. m.; 1:02; 2:35; 4:40;
5:52; 0:47; 7:54; 11:18 p. m.
Leave Bank Street Station for New
York, Bridgeport and New Haven at
7:10 a. m. ail 5:25 p. m.
Arrive at Bank Street Station from
New York, Bridgeport and New Ha
ven at 9:3S 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. m.
Arrive at Bank Street Station from
Watertown and way stations at 6:5S
a. m. and 5:12 p. m.
Trains leave Meadow Street Station
for Boston. Hartford and way stations
at 7:00 and S:3S a. in.; 12:38; 4:05;
S:07 n. m.
Trains arrive at Meadow Street Sta
tion from Boston, Hartford and way
stations at 8:05; 11:40. a. in.; 1:50; 5:13
and 7:45 p. m.
Trains leave Meadow Street Station
for New York, Fishkill Lauding. Dan
bury and way stations at 8:13 a. m.
and 1:50 and 5:18 p. m.
Trains arrive at Meadow Street Sta
tion from New York, Fishkill Landing.
Danburv and way stations . at S:30
a. m.; 12:34 and 8:04 p. m.
Leave Meadow Street Station at
8:30; 11:30 a. m.; 5:30 p. m.
Arrive at Meadow Street Station at
10:20 a. m.: 2:1S and 7:20 p. m.
Trains leave Dublin Street Station
for Middletown and way stations at
8:50 a. m. and G:15 p. m.
Trains arrive at Dublin Street Sta
tion from Middletown anil way sta
tions at 7:50 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.
Leave Exchange Place daily at 5:37
a. nv. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until Ht37 p. m.
WATERBURY FIRE ALARM.
4- Cor South Main ana Clrand sts.
5 Scovill Manufacturing Co. (Pj.
0 Cor Bridge and Magill sts. "
7 Exchange Place.
12 Rogers & Bro. (P).
13 Cor East Main and Niagara sts.
14 Cor East Main and Wolcott rd.
15 Cor High and Waluut sts.
ICCor East Main and Cherry sis.
17Cor East Main and Cole sts.
21 Cor North Elm and Kiugsbury sts
23 Burton Street engine house.
24 Waterbury Manufacturing Co. (P)
25 Cor North Main and North sts.
o(j cor Buckingham and Cooke sts.
27 Cor Grove it l'rospct Sts.
28 Cor Hillside avenue and Pine st.
29 N. Willow bet. . Ridgewood and
31 Cor Bank and Grand sts.
32 Cor Riverside and Bank sts.
34 Cor West Main aud Watertown rd
35 Conn. Light'g & Pow. CO, car
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 & Burnhain Mfg Co. (P)
40 Waterbury Buckle Co. (P).
47 Cor S. Main and Washinton sts.
51 Cor Baldwin and River sts.
52 Cor Franklin and Union sts.
53 Wat'b'y Clock Co, case fact'y (P).
54 Cor Clay and-Mill sts.
50 Cor Liberty and River sts.
57Xo 5 Hose House. '
58 Cor Baldwin and Stone sts.
02 Cor Doolittle alley and Dublin st
72 Cor West Main and ,Tillow sts. .
34 Cor Johnson and Watervllle sts.
212 The Piatt Bros & Co. (P). -
213 Hammond Buckle Co. (P). -
214 Wat'b'y Clock Co. mvt fact'y (Pj.
2ie Cor North 'Main and. Grove sts. ,
251 Cor Round Hill and Ward sts.
201 Junction Cooke and N. Main sts.
272 Grove, bet. Central & Holmes avs.
311 S. N. E. Telephone Co bld'g. (P).
312 Cor Bank and Meadow sts.
313 Randolph & Clowes, (p) . ;
314plume and Atwood (P).
315 American Ring Co (P). v; ,,
316 Electric Light Station (P).
318 Holmes. Booth & Hay dens (P). v
321 No 4 Hose House. .
323 Cor Wash'g'n ave and Porter sts.
324- 7-Cor' Charles and Porter sts.
825Cor Simons st and Wash'g'n
371 City Lumber and Coal Co (P).
413-Tracy Bros (P). - , ,
451 Steele & Johnson Mfg Co (P).
582 Cor Baldwin and Bye sta. .
V M 9 'V '9 'V 'W TTT "VTTT1
We Ma ve the
In Soft and Stiff V
And HATS Purchased Here m
Cleaned Free of Charge.
Tickets For St. .Joseph's T.
A. B. - Fair October 3 1
Given With every . .
Waterbury Hat Store,
35 E. MAIM SL
Among the big stores, perhaps, but a
A Lame Stock
We have one of the largest "stocks
of Diamonds, Gold and Silver Watches
and Ladies' and Gents' Watch Chains,
in the Naugatuek valley. . N
Gold Filled Waltham Watches, from
$15 up; guaranteed for 20 years.
Gents' Lion Chains, 14 kt filled; war
ranted for 15 years, ?2.50 each.
Ladies' Diamond Case Watches, 5
diamonds, Waltham or Elgin move
ment, 14 kt only, $28. A big bargain.
Call and see our large and varied
167 South Main St.
Iver Si Pond'
This is the proper time of the yenr
to purchase a piano. Our stock is tno
largest and finest in the city. Prices
and terms are reasonable. Do not
make a purchase before calling oil U3.
THE CRSCQB & SWIM CJ
124-12? BANK STREET.
A Piano For Ghrislmas.
. WHAT BETTER CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS . '
For your wife or daughter than a nice
piano? - . ,
Call and examine our ,ouu ,
Krauieh & Bacb.
41,'SONNENBERG PIANO CO,
175 Bank St. Waterbury. Ct
V A. W. SKINNER.. Manager. -Finest
line of Violins. Mandolins,
Banjos and Guitars in the city. Sheet
Music and Musical Merchandise..
professor: molley -.;
Teaches every pupil to write a fine
ranid, business hand, in a course of 18 .
private' lessons and no failures. All .
kinds 01 pen work executeu in tarn
highest degree of art. ; - .
: 107 BANK STREET.? -
OAKV I L, E CO ;
j v,- MaKBBSC -:::i' -
Wire and Metal Qoods. .
P.' O. Freight ai 4 Express. Addres
Oakville. Conn, telegraph 'Addn m "
Waterbury. Citan. New Jtork I 91
48 Howard Street. . , J ..