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.WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16 1902.
EEPARING FOR DEDICATION. January 18 Has Been Selected by the Pastor pf St Patrick's. unday, January 18, "will "be an iintful day for Waterbury, for that , s the day when St Patrick's church will be dedicated by the Eight Itev Bishop Tierney. The dedication cere mony will be commenced about 10 o'clock. Cardinal Gibbons of Balti more will be present and will say the pontifical high mass. Monsignor Fal conio, the papal delegate to the United States, is also expected to be present. The sermon of the day will be preached by the Rev D. J. Stafford, D. D., of Washington, D. C. Of him the Balti more Herald says: '"The crowds gather two or three hours before the sermon in St Peter's to hear the Rev Dr Stafford and wait patiently in th dark all that time. Scenes like these have never been witnessed in Balti . more. Moody's throng of listeners are about the nearest approach. Spurgeon and Beecher did no more and Dr Staf ford does this constantly the winter through. Last Sunday he preached to 6,000 people in the cathedral." The Philadelphia Ledger says: "No one knows the sweetness and beauty ofthe English language until he hears that incomparable orator, the Rev Dr Stafford of "Washington, ,D. C. Dlis thought is deep, his learning great, his grace of manner, mangetism and art beyond any speaker before the pub lie." '. ;:.: ' : The musical program of the day will he of a grand nature. The mass will be srniff by the boys' sanctuary choir, which will be augmented by an adult choir of thirty voices. There will be about 100 voices. ' Many priests from ill over the state will be present to as sist at the ceremonies. ' rOLICE COURT DOINGS Fined $10 and Costs for Carrying Con cealed "Weapons. In the city .court to-day before Judge Feasley , a young fellow named Eph raim Sweeney was charged with car rying concealed weapons and discharg ing a revolver within the city limits. Sergeant Fagan testified that he heard the explosion of a revolver near South Elm street late last night and upon go ing to that place saw the accused and' another young fellow. He asked Sweeney who was shooting - and Sweeney replied it was done by some passing Italians. The demeanor of the young man aroused the officer's suspicions and 'he took him into cus tody. ; Searching him, his suspicions were realized, whereupon !he said . it was his" friend who had fired the re volver. Sweeney said he came from Springfield to this city five years ago. His folks live here, but he does not live with them because he cannot get along with them. He is a core maker in the employ of the American Ring Co, and lives at 222 East Main street. He was fined $10 and costs. Samuel Schneer, who keeps a jewel ry repair shop on South Main street, near Grand street, was charged with engaging in the pa wnbroking business without a license. His accuser was Edward Rabbit of Naugatuck, who stole a silver watch and other, things from his sister's 'house in Nauga tuck last week and was sentenced to sixty days in jail. He either sold or pawned the watch at Schneer's and this being found on him lead to Schneer's arrest Rabbit was brought from jail this morning to testify. He said that he got $3 , from Schneer on .the watch, thougih he wanted $o. There was nothing about Schneer's place to indi cate it was a pawnbroker's. He gave the name Charles Stevens and this was entered on the ticket he was giv en' by Schneer. ' Schneer's story, brought out by At torney Russell for the defense, was that Rabbit wanted him to buy the watch, but he would not buy; that was not kis business. Then Rabbit said he was an old customer and this brought about the transaction. He said he would keep it thirty days and charge him thirty cents for adjusting and pol ishing the watch. The state wanted to show that Schneer charges at the rate of ten per cent a month, and the ticket was said to. be an ingenuous de vice to defeat the pawnbroking law. A fine of $25 and costs was imposed and an appeal taken under a bond of 575. A few "drunks" settled. HOSPITAL DIRECTORS MEET. Reports Read and Hospital Staff Ap pointed for the Year. At the annual meet ng of the direc tors of the Waterbury hospitalT held last night at H. H. Peck's rooms" on Harrison avenue, the medical staff for the year was chosen as follows: Consulting physicians and surgeons, Edward L. Griggs, Edward 77. Mc Donald, Thomas L. Axtelle. Non-resident 'consulting physicians and surgeons, W. S. Munger, Wat town; T M. Bull, Naugatuck; R. S. Goodwn, Thomaston; T. S. Hanchett, Torrington. Dr Bull takes the place of Dr F. B. Tuttle of Naugatuck. Visiting physicians and surgeons, Frank E. Castle, Walter L. Barber, John M. Benedict, Caroline' R. Conkey, C. W. S. Frost, Daniel J. Maloney, Frederick G. Graves, Augustine "A. Crane, Charles H. Brown and Nelson A. Pomeroy. Dr Munger retires and the three last named are added to the 1 St.: .' Opthalmic surgeon, Charles S. Rod man. . Laryngologlst and aural surgeon, Carl E. Munger. Gynecologists, Myron L. Cooley, Henry G. Anderson. , Dermatologist, T. M. Bull. Matron, Mary M. Andrew?. The report of the executive commit tee for" the past year showed total ex penditures of $19,022.23, divided as fol lows: Work on grounds ......... .$ 76.16 Repairs on buildings and . . tools '. .' 557.02 Furnishings ................ 813.20 Water ....... 173.03 Medical and surgical sup- ' ' plies ............ ........ 2.073.72 Fuel and light ........... .. 2,402.60 Groceries and provisions .... 3,353.39 Meats and fish 1,760.14 Iilk Ij0o513 Ice ........... 337.21 Telephone, . telegraph and messenger service 94.47 Printing, stationery and post- age . . . . . ...... . . : . . . 1SG.0O Freight, cartage and express. 55.41 Salaries .. 0,584.85 Refunded to patients ..... . . . 4.00 Insurance . . ' 95.00 TIMELY TOPICS If yon want to . see a large display of gloves of every description, see Grieve, Bisset & Holland's. Big line of sweaters from 7oc to $2.50 at Jones. Morgain & Co's. Boys' suits marked from $5 to $3.87. Miller & Peck have a fine display of furs in their south window, ; 23 per cent lower than usual. Buy slippers for Christmas presents. Go to J. G. Jackie & Son's, 73-75 Bank street, for them. - Harding has a full stock of holiday goods. . Presents to suit every condi tion and every age. All hats at Freedman's bargain mil linery are put on sale at , half-price Children's trimmed hats 99c. ' The Ziglatzki-Marks Co carry a com plete line of artists' materials, at low. est prices. , v : - Car load of rubbers at Dodge's. A present "of rubbers at this time would be greatly appreciated. Table linen that has been slightly soiled is on sale at Keid & Hughes's. Wearing Qualities are all right. Full line of sleds, skates, air -rifles, carving sets, carpet sweepers, etc, at the Waterbury Hardware Co s. The Greater New York Fur Co has a handsome line of fur goods. They will make goods to your order. Full stock of iron toys, steam en gines; automobiles, pile drivers, safes, banks etc, at P. J. Bolan's. Bath robes, smoking jackets, house c- jxy, umbrellas, rain coats, etc, at J, li. Mullings &. Sons.' While Currans are singing the mer its of their Christmas novelties their cloak and suit department is not for- Jien's shirts, laundered or unTaun-d.-u-ed for 30c at A. Mailhiot's, white or colors, flannelette shirts 19c. ' Tlio Boston tamuy snoe store is pTn!rpetl with everything in foot- ",vi-ar for tueiJ, women and children. A choice assortment ox t,.nnrmas ooda in neckwear, hosiery. g"fves j-vA- sweaters at tie Udsou, Kingieiou Total ......... ......... The report of Treasurer A, ley was as follows: . Dr. December 9, to balance as per report ...... , Received from St John's ..... Received from Second Con gregational .church Received, from First Congre gational church Received from Naugatuck Congregational church . . . Received from Swedish Luth eran; church Received from German Luth- eran church Received from Union church, Oakville. .... . . ........... Received from R. S. Ross . . Received from Susan Bron son Reecived from surgical sup plies returned Received from Chatfield & Chatfield. for sand-....... Received .from transferred , from G." II. Benedict fund per order of directors Received from state of Con necticut ...... Received from interest on Olive M. Elton fund ...... Received from interest' on George R. Baldwin fund . . Received from interest - on ether investments Received from account of board of patients $19,622.23 J. Blakes- Total ....... Cr. raid sundry orders --. I . . ; Balance to new account $54,545.61 540.00 236.05 88.03 75.00 2.70 5.00 ' 8.80 2.50 350.00 3.00 S49.24 iooo.oq 5,000.00 250.00 300.00 2,528.74 . 11,973.54 .$77,258.21 ...$19,622.23 ... 57,635.98 . Total ......$77,258.21 Balance invested as follows: Waterbury ' National bank stock . . . . . . . . . .$ 9,500.00 Citizens' National bank stock 6,250.00 Demand note .............. 20.000.00 Dime Savings bank ....... . 8,148.90 Waterbury bank . .. . . . . . . . . 5,682.95 Cash on hand ............. . 8,054.13 Total .$57,635.98 Endowments "were reported as fol lows: Of the Bronson free bed fund $722.15 was- expended for board of patients, leaving a balance on hand of $17, 224.70. ; . ." - : jOf the Rosemary cot fund $199.30 was .expended, leaving a balance of $3,248.03. Of the Mary L. Mitchell fund $165 was expended, leaving a balance of $5,347.37." Of the E. L. Lewis free bed fund $150 was expended, leaving $5,164.18. The Naugatuck free bed fund is $5. 642.22, a gain of $266.57 interest during the year. . The George W. Benedict fund is $5, 669.62, having been reduced $1,000 by the transfer of that amount to the gen eral account. . .l - The Olive M. Elton fund and George R, Baldwin fund are $5,000 and $6,000, respectively, as last year, the interest having gone into the general fund. The report of the matron, Miss An drews, included the following: Total number of patients in hos pital, December 9, 1901 32 Admitted during the year 393 Males .....-).................. 206 Females . . '. ..... . " ..... . ... 187 Discharged ......... " 340 Remaining in hospital . . . 39 Total number treated 425 Died ...... j... 46 Died in less than forty-eight ' hours'after admission .-'...... . 11 Largest number In .hospital at one time 49 Smallest number in hospital .at one time Total number that have been treated in hospital 3,533 Total number of hospital days Dec 9, 1901, to Dec 9. 1902 12,520 Admissions. From Dec 9, 1901, to Dec 9. 1902. ; Males Females Total December, 1901 ... 8 3 11 January. 1902 ....19 V 13 32 February. 1902 ....12 12 24 March. 1902 ...17 12 29 Anril, 1902 .... 17 14 31 May, 1902 .........10 ' 17 33 June, 1902. . 14 10 30 July, 1002 ........ .21 18 - 39 August. 1902 ..... .28 21 49 Serrmber, 1902 . . . 14 2t 35 October. 1002 10 v , IS 37 Novei-nbpr. 1902 ...18 1 ' IS 36 Dec '02. to Oth .... 3 4 1ST 72-74 South Main st, Telephone 220. Holiday Goods The Holiday Season is now with us and finds us as usual prepared to meet the demand for presents suitable . for young or old, the " rich as well as those of moder ate means. . An examination of our Stock will convince- you that your needs can be filled here. bEHiGH CLEAN COAL gives the very best satisfaction. Try a ton . from us before you ' purchase your winter supply and we , are sure that you will be. so well satisfied that you wfll place your' entire order with us. . . , John McEIllgott. Office, Fitzpatrick & ,GIos ter's, 60 South Main St. Telephone connection. Merry Christmas AT THE TOGGERY ' " Shoppers will; find us pre pared to meet their require ments. We think we have a line of goods for the Holidays second to none in the town. You are cordially invited to examine same.; F.A.WenzeI&Co 25 EXCHANGE PLACE. ' The number of patients received last year was 366. .."'. Residence Brooklyn, N. Y 1; Bea con Falls, 2; Boston, 2; Bridge Hamp ton, L. I 1; Bridgeport, 1; Colebjook, 1; Coatesville, Pa, 1; Cornwall Bridge, 1; Dudley, Mass, 1; Derby, 1; Danbury, 1; Greenfield, O., 1; Lewiston, Pa, 1; Middlebury, 2; Naugatuck, ; 22; New Haven. 1; New York city, 1; Oxford, 1; Oakville, 1; Southington, 3; South Beth lehem, Pa, 1 ; Southbury, 4 ;.Torrington, 6; ' Tcrryville,' 1; Thomaston, 12; Wa terbury, 297; Watertown, 2; :Wolcott, 1; Woodbury, 9; Winsted, 3; Wood bridge, 1 ; total, 393. Nativity Austria 13, Canada 15, Denmark 1, England 9, France 1, Ger many 16, Hungary 1," Ireland 80, Italy 30, Lithuania 12, Norway 2, Poland 5, Russia 20, Sweden 11, Scotland 3, South America 1; Switzerland 1, United States 171. Wales 1. - Occupation Agent 1, ' actress 1, blacksmith 2, butcher 2, bookkeeper 3, brakeman 4. boilermaker 1, confection er 1, carpenter 3, cutter 2,. clerk 3, col letcor 1, contractor 1, cook 3, dentist 1, designer 1. domestic 5, engineer 1, farmer 5, fruit vender 1, gate keeper 1 housewife-102, lather 1, lineman 3, laborer 35, laundress 2, merchant 1, milk peddler 2, molder ,3, factory op erator 134,- mechanic. 3, machinist 5, manufacturer i. nurse 5, peddler 1, stu dent 15. stenographer 1, salesman 1, teacher 1, tailoress 1. tailor 1, teamster 2. toolmake; 1, wood turner 1, varnish maker 1. watch maker 1, no occupation 26; total 393. All the reports were accepted and or dered printed. ' The directors are: Frederick J. Kingsbury,' president James S. Elton, vice-president,; J. Hobart Bronson, sec retary; -Augustus M. Blakesley, treas urer; Edward L. Frisbie. George Whittemore and Frederick B. Rice, Stamp-Flnte EnsraTiag. The engraving of the plates which are used in the production of the 5,000,000,000 of postage stamps an nually used by American letter-writers is a delicate operation. No fewer than a dozen different engravers, each an expert in his particular line, con tribute to a design for a' stamp that is not one inch square. One supplies the vignette, a siecond cuts the delicate scroll work, a third iurnishes the artis tic lettering, and so on. The original plate, bearing a stamp design, although baked until it fs almost as hard as a 'diamond, is never employed in the actual printing. It is m,uch too precious- for that, since, were it destroyed, it would in all probability be impossi ble to engrave a new plate that would be an exact duplicate in every delicate detail. Accordingly the original plate constitutes a steel die, with which impresraons are made on soft steel, and these latter, termed replicas, are used, after hardening- for the actual printing. Washington Star. Not Green. - Chloe Ah seen mah husband smilin,' at dat big fat woman next doah. Ali'm jealous. ' - Lucy Den de green-eyed monster hez crept in? ' ' ' ' "No, det monster next doah has red eyes." Chicago Daily News, ants-For Sale-To Rent ACTRESS WANTED Amateur actress, must be good singer or dancer, to play vaudeville. Send photograph if you can; will return it. Address, stating age,. "H,", care of Democrat. It TO RENT Tenement of 6 rooms at 632 East Main street. All modern, improvements. Inquire Hefiernan's store. 13-12-6 T O RENT Tenement of 4 rooms; also one of Brooms. Mrs Kusnton, 13 Kushton Place, . . 12-13-6 EOR RENT 4 room flat, 165 South Main St.. all modern inaprovcmtiits. Apply J. O Howe, 34 Mitchell Ave. ' . 12-11-0 FOR RENT The best 8 room flat on South Mam Street, every modern improvement, excellent for renting rooms or taking boarders. Apply J. O. Howe, 34 Mitchell Ave. i2-ll-tf TO RENT Five rooms, new house, all im provements including gas ; near factories and trolley. Inquire 43 South Leonard St, tf. FOR RENT Tenement of 4 rooms, Martin Scully, corner Luke street and Sylvan ave nue. ' - ' 12-4-tf TO RENT Tenement 5 rooms, second lloor. All improvements, Opposite church and school. 136 Washington street 12-2-tf LADIES to work for us on sewing .machine at home. Materials furnished any dis tance. Good wages. Stampted envelope for particulars. Arnold's Co., Operative -sewing Co, fc-o. End, Boston. u ; - 13-1-lm. PROF. II, E. LIGHTHART, Specialist in Rheumatism, and Chiropodist, 3bl South Main, Invites all cases lor immediate treat ment, including those pronounced incurable, Consultation free. - . . .. ll-25-lm FOR RENT 0 rooms 1100 West Main street. Modern Jrnprovemen;s, $12. 4 rooms le Cooke street. Moaern Improvements. . no. In quire John O'Neill, 181 Cooke street. 10-7-tf TO , RENT Furnished rooms, 50 Linden St. Inquire atL. C. Krooners. StiO North Main street, . 8-4- t-f - WANTED By manufacturing house relia ble person to travel, calling on retail merchants and agents. Local territory. Po sition permanent. Business successlul and rushing. Salary $1,021 a year and all expenses. Previous experience unnecessary. Address Standard House, Caxton B'ld'g. Chicago. 0-13-tf JTAKE Y OUR PICK. Three family house. Division .street, ?4,000; three , family house, Court street, $3,0.00; three family house, Cos set' street, $5,000; three family house, Charles street, $3,500; three family house, Round Hill street, $3,500; three family house, Mill street, $5,300; four family .house, Union street, $5,000. J. T. FHELAN. 42 Bank Street. Take elevator. KELLOGG LECTURE-RECITAL ''An Evening in Bird Land. ' Auspices Y. M C. A., LEAVENWORTH HALL, Thursday, Dscambar 18, 1902, Evening at 8 o'clock. " TICKETS 50 CENTS. , ' Matinee -for children 4 p. m., 15 cents. 12-16-2 ' CARD OF THANKS . We sincerely thank the South End Social club, Mr and Mrs Frank Broth ers",; and all those who contributed flowers and sympathy in our late be reavement. MR AND MRS JOHN CARROLL. . AND FAMILY. FOR SALE The, large fine' brick residence with lot of about 120 feet on' North Main street, being No 161, formerly occu pied by myself and family, and for the past few years by the Union Club, is now in the market. , This is to-day one of the best loca tions in our prosperous city for a doc tor's home and offices, or can be used and improved for other profitable pur poses. " v I will give the right party one of the best real estate deals that was ever offered in central property. Will make terms to suit purchaser. Call on - - -. WILLIAM J. SCHLEGEL, For this and other bargains in Water bury real estate, in the Lewis build ing, No Go Bank street. 7 A FARM 1 ' tf 10 acres, located on the Bristol road, ?JS?e of 8 rooms and.banvat $1,000; $400 down.. A good poultry farm, C acres, Prospect center, with buildings, largely tillage land, at $1,200, part cash. C. S. LANG, Real Estate, 151 Bank St., Room -21 Over Jones & Morgan's. . .. TO RENT A five-room cottage, with one acre of ground - twelve minutes' walk from trolley car barn. $9 per month. FOR SALE A new modern eight-rodm house. Money to loan on real estate. Loren R. Garter II East Main Street. PEASC PIAKOS Korte Better Tade Nearly seventy thousand made and sold in sirty years. Remarkably clear, sweet tone; easy action. Highest class pianos at a reasonable price, and on easy terms. Come in and hear its tone and see its beauty. . Waterbury Piano Store 24 EAST MAIN. STREET. L CREDIT WE INSIST That it is wise to buy your clothing when you need it and pay afterwards to have the use of them while you' save up their cost, if you don't pay too much for the accommo dation. The Manhattan Clothing and Cloak Co is noted for their low prices, reliable goods and their liberal CREDIT TERMS; A little down, the bal ance in small WEEKLY PAYMENTS OF PER WEEK. ANHATTAN Clothing i Cloak Go 199 BANK STREET, Prichard B'ld'g. Room 3. . Up Stairs. BROWN & CRANE, Undertakers and - Funeral Directors 152 East Main Street. Telephone call 123-15. Night calls answered at store or Dis trict Telegraph office. II. J. Crane, residence 36 Elizabeth street; telephone 133-23. T. . II. Brown, residence 144 East Main street; telephone 123-15. "NUTMEG GRATINGS News Items Boiled Down for the Ben efit of Our Busy Headers. Between 4,000 and 5,000 tons of an thracite coal were brought into Bridge port yesterday. One coal company de livered between 400 and 500 tons Sun day. The price remains $10. After seventeen years of faithful service rs an, instructor of science in the High school of Hartford, Miss Clara A. Pease has been granted by the High school committee a vacation until the close of the Christmas recess, January 5, 1903. About 20,000 tons, of coal in four different tows arrived in New Haven Earbor and will be distributed Some of this coal will go into the bajk coun try. A large proportion of it was soft coal. , The directors of the Fair Haven & Westville Itailway Co at their monthly meeting yesterday decided to allow school children to ride for half fare on their trolley lines and they will is sue books containing forty tickets to be sold for $1. The Connecticut Railway & Lighting Co ' is to petition the next legislature for. an amendment to its charter per mitting it to extend its road to Charles Island in the Sound from Milford It is stated that the road contemplates making a summer resort of the island. It will build the road out to the island over a bar, which is bare at low tide. Joseph Dest, the newsboy, who was alleged to have been assaulted and robbed by Bradford Ellsworth and William H. Barnuin on the night of November 20, has' settled his case against the Yale men and said yester day that he would not now bring a civil suit against them. The affair occurred at the time of the students'' raid on speculators. A' resident of Hartford called at the mayor's office yesterday and asked Mayor Sullivan to assist him in get ting some ccal. He said he had four children at home sick with the measles and one also had pneumonia. The man had been unable to buy any coal, although he was'supplied with money. The mayor procured, two bags of coal for him and he was gratified for that, as he said there was not a bit of coal in the house and it was very cold. ; :-- , i A car of coal intended for some oth er place named Chester arrived at the railroad station in Chester, Conn, last week. When . the mistake was dis covered, the load was offered "for sale at a little better than $6 a tori., It was rumored that some of it was stolen during the 'nfgbt and possible cxistom ers wished a guarantee of weight; which could not be given. Haddam people came down .and bought the coal while local people were working fqf the guarantees. 1 Queer rjotfse ot roncherj. $ Poachers in the Ardennes are in genious. , One had the heels of his boots fixed under his toes, so that his tracks appeared to be going in an op posite direction. ' Hares and other game are sent to Brussels in firkins of butter, so that the scent shall not be tray them. London Mail. THE REID & HUGHES DRY GOODS CO Telephone 41 0. TABLE LINENS (Slightly Soiled,) We place on sale to-morrow morning a small lot of slightly soiled and damaged Table Linen. The lot includes Pattern Cloths and Damask by the yard. These are Drum mers' Samples, and are just slightly damaged and in most cases'soiled. . They are the same high standard goods we always carry in stock, . 72-inch Bleached Damask at T9C, worth vc .72 " , . " 6?c, " ' 8c 72 " 44 " extra heavy at 79c, worth 1.00 72 " " '- 89c, 41 i.i9 , The Pattern Cloths are off their regular price ' for. the soiled and r2 off for the damaged. . , A BREAKFAST FOOD ; ; ; For your Sunday Morning ; Breakfast nothing is so good as one of our COFFEE CA THETrott Bo"king Co 122 EAST MAIN STREET. Open SPriday NigHt. Men 's Ove reoats. ur great Overcoat sale for Sat urday promises to be the largest sale we have ever attempted ; better values than can be found else where, all colors and styles at the yery lowiest prices. Our stock is so large that you can't help to get just what you want and at the right price$5, $7, $10, $12, $15. r.. t ? , " Boys' Overcoats and Reefers at the bottom prices. G, Kilduff Co, Everybody docs, or should begin to think about holi day presents and the time has RRIVED when people think before they act and it should be so with spending your GASH and buy only useful goods, we have made ample preparations in our var ious branches, and every department is chuck full of the most useful articles in which to , enjoy the Holidays, and our low. prices and TERMS afford everybody the op portunity to obtain any needed garment for any member of the house, without any inconvenience. .10 Guarantee Credit Clothing' Co. $3 and $S E. Main St. and 1; Pao jnlx Av.: DON'T YOUR HENS LAYj Wo wfll frnnrnntfe thev will If you have a warm place and will use Di Hess' Tan-a-cea according to aireo tlons. '. Wo iinvo nnrt!ir cur of Chicken Wheat on track that is white and clean, looks srood enonsh for flour, we ask $1.50 per hundred. If your little piss, calves apa coiw are not doing as well as they should give theni "Biatchford's Calf Meal." Write to us for circulars telling how to use It. Your chickens are now shut up and you will have to give them something to make egg shells. We have Oyster Shells and Grit for sucn purposes. When you want your Oat bin filled telephone us for price. Snow Cream and Daisy Middlings. The Piatt II! Co. SO BENEDICT STREET. Winter Is Near And Coal is Very Expensive Just at Present, but We Have the Only Coal Saving Stove ON THE MARKET. Tf vou Intend to buy call In and w will tell you the good points In Heat ing also. Cooking Ranges. Complete line of House Furnishing Goods. Headquarters for high grade Cutlery, Joiners' Tools. Plumbing, Heating,. Tinning. BARLOW BROS CO C3-G5-67 GRAND STREET. If Your Old Piumber Cannot Come, Try Us. . it We don't want to deprive him of a job, but wish to assist thoss who have trouble with their plumbing. 1 will give you the service or the nignesi paia men in the trade. ' If you are thinking ahnnt huving a stove ask about the STAMFORD, it will pay you to inquire, every one praises it that has used it. we ao roonng and conductor work. P. H. GARRITY. 221 Bank St Telenhon 403-, Frank Miller & Co COAL 11 SOUTH MAI2J STREET. -COAL ALSO WOOD AND CHARCQAU JOHN BYXtONl Yard near Plume & AtwocKr. Uptown office with J. H. Deverexoa & Cot 23 E&st Mala street.