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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1903.
Special Price Redactions On a number of odd pieces of the .best quality of Furniture, ' wliich we find at this season have accumulated and which we are going to dispose of. Lots of people have taken advantage of the cut. - If, you 'are in need of any furniture, the very piece you have been : dn want of is 'more than liable to 'be among the number. Bet ter look Into this. : - 1 J. n. Burrall & Co, 60 BANK STREET. .DNDEItTAKING Night calls an ; 'vered by C. E. Seymour, 184 Mapie street, 'phone; D. M. Stew art, 101 Franklin street, 'phone. ' Da You Want a Piano Bargain? If So Look at These Prices. Steittwayl25 WheelockS75 Bra cDbwry 40 WE HAVE ON HAND Ai INUmiSii'v. OF ORGANS THAT WE WILL SELL AT A SACRIFICE. THE DniGG$"rJsXTH CO- 49 Center Street." Telephone U33-3. . -., Wheelock & Sterling PIANOS, - Low price on these pianos which are noted for their durability and sweet tones, 'for one week only. , ELSOHHEKBEBG PIAHO CQi X VV. ' SKINNER. M'gr . 175 BANK STREET, WATERBURY CT. P, Pollak & Co, Just received, a lot of old Violins, -but. good or.es. Look in the win- . dow. , We: sell them 2 per cent less for the next , io days. I4S B Street J. VL MULVILLE Undertaker, Funeral Director -. and Embalmer. Residence, 439 East Main St Si ere," St. Patrick's block, 110 Broadway. Telephone at stole arid res- dence. ... MALL PAPER. We have just received a stock of Fall Paper and of the latest patterns. Orders promptly , attended to. Paints, Glass, Putty, Brushes, and also agent for Pan-American White Lead. O. A. Valentine's Tel 117-6. 64 Grand' st. ELECTRIC WIRING And REPAIRING We Carry the. Largest Stock of ELECTRIC SUPPLIES : Between New York and Bos ton, New England Engineering Co. , 343 WEST MAIN STREET. OAKLVXL,lwS CO. . MAKERS OF Wire and Metal Goods O. Freight and Express. Addresa OaUTiile, Coniv. Telegraph Addrt ;s watcruury. Cma.: New Jtort Utflc W Howard Streau. adies' Tailored Garments Us not necessary to go to New l"or the latest creations and new Mgns in tailored suits and ridinj Order tailor-made stilts of fUCK, 270 North Main St, Ibetter prepared than ever to large number of customers. Cord Escillops 40c Quar a Escallops 30c Quar 12 Guilford Clams and a of Fish. r? u Tin a rr-? nn 40- onerry Eiareex. 1'none Zld-a FORVRENT. Two Choice Roo: 2nd floor. Tfernev , Block. mature at Tiernej's RealNEstate Office, ID As the Flrices on Monuments and all Ipemetery work ere sure to advance atxit March 1, it will be well for you to piVice orders for t his kind of work with ue now, and l r snre of setting good Vork at rea- roj) able prices. . - Mantels," Tiling, ' Building! work. Thos F. Jacfcson 312.31S BANK STREET. Same location for forty yt Vs, Evening Democrat 'ni fl I ' ISSUER BY THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY C. Malonexy Editor ..... i i . . iii i i r MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. . OneYear,,... ....$5.0.) One Monta. .......420 Delivered toy Carrier. ' . " ' ADVERTISING, RATES. From One Cent a Word to 11.00 axUnofe Beading Notices 13o to 25o a Line . SATUiRDAY, JANUARY 31, 1903. ThoW persons who persist in throw ing stones and , other missiles at the trolley cars are only hurting the cause they pretend to be helping. . This sort of business will not settle the strike and it is apt in. the long run ;to turn sympathy towards the company, where it now seems to be with the strikers. From the first the strikers and their friends hare denounced this sort of work in the. strongest term, and while the chasm between the men and the company at tho present time seems great, we all look for a speedy solution of the trouble. When a settlement does come the men that go back can say to their employers that they advo cated "no violence." No material progress "with regard to anti-trust legislation has been made during the past week in either house of congress.' Both senate and , house have anti-trust measures on their cal endars, but so far; the statehood bill in the senate has prevented all progress there and in the house attention has been devoted to the regular appropria tion bills, while the real interest of the lower chamber has been centered on the bribery charges made in the com mittee on naval affairs. A report on these charges is expected hourly and it is understood that it will make Philp Dotolin the scapegoat and will g6 no further. Mr Les?r of New York is regarded as havisJ proven his charge that he was offered a bribe of $5,C09, but no evidence of a direct relationship between the Holland .Torpedo Boat Co and the alleged briber bas been proven. The Democrat has repeatedly warn ed those who are inclined to interfere with the men now running the troll y cars not to do it. It doesn't pa-. Take the case of the young man found last evening with stones in his pocket. In court to-day he was . given' a jail sentence. On tie other hand take the non-union employe of the Trolley Co who flourished a revolver. . lie was fined $5 and costs. The judges of our city court seem determined v to make an example of persons' convicted of in terfering with the employes or the cars of the Trolley Co. We again warn hot-headed sympathizers of the strikers to refrain from throwing stones or using violence. It does no good, and in the event of being caught the man or boy who does the injury is the one ' that suffers. , A peculiar situation has developed in the house during the past week by the passage of the nilnority Philippine currency bill, the democrats v and . a small number of republicans having allied themselves at the suggestion of Secretary of the -Treasury Shaw to defeat the majority bill and establish an absolute gold standard la the Phil ippines. The position of Secretary Shaw has precipitated strained' rela tions In the cabinet and the feeling is so bitter in the house that, it is pre dicted that the supporters of the ma jority bill will - promptly defeat the Fowler currency bill for this country in revenge for the treatment which Mr Fowler accorded the Philippine bill. The senate Philippine commit tee has" determined to report the ma jority bill to the senate as a substitute for the house measure and it will probably pass. Considerable interest attaches to the resolution introduced In the house by Representative Jones of, Washington protesting against the proposed Alas kan boundary treaty commission. Mr Jones is a republican and is familiar with the situation. He says that after introducing his resolution, that it was the conviction of those persons familiar with the situation that' Mr Hay's pro posed commission would have the ef fect of confirming the British conten tion that there was a question as to the exact location of the boundary. "Once this point is established," said Mr Jones, "it wtll be easy for Great Britain to instruct her commissioners to stand pat' and when the commis sion has failed to agree to .demand an arbitration commission. There Is no question as to where the boundary actually is. It was established in 1825 at three marine leagues from tide water, after protracted negotiations be tween Russia and Great Britain. This line was never questioned until gold was discovered and then the Canadian authorities attempted to establish their boundary over on our side and have succeeded in encroaching more and more." :'. ' - HEARD IN PASSIKG The house of representatives is de veloping the habit of holding Sunday sessions for the purpose of eulogtzmg deceased members. . Civilization is of more than millen nial trend, but its current has perplex ing eddies which we, without sufii- cient perspective, may mistake for tie stream. Bishop Spaulding says, "We abound in; corrupt politicians, and until' we ean master this evir we can lay no claim to either civilization or Chris tianity." The Investigation of the ,' bribery charges in the house of representatives may eventually save the nation from investing millions of dollars in im practical naval vessels. ' General Miles was unable to wait for the Tzar's state ball, and i lurried on to Berlin. Possibly the Tz.Tr might hold the ball in some place and at some time to suit the general. CHEERED ON BY LOVE. New Jerwey Couple Tnunpfd Ten allies In a. Cold, Beating; Rain , to Be Married. Wben love gets itself into condition to do things it laughs at a good deal more than locksmiths. That is what Seorge Washington- Allen and Ger trude Jarvis thought when they made ap their minds that matrimony was nbout their fit. The couple are resi dents of Cross Keys, N. J., and they TRAMPED TO GLASSBORO. had "kept company v for ever so long. When' the . decision - to get married took full possession of them a few days ago they looked out upon a cold, beating rain and realized that, to reach Glassboro and a minister they would have to travel five miles afoot, because they had no ' conveyance of ny sort, and they needed all the money the hire of such a conveyance might cost. ' N "Can you walk the distance?" asked George Washington of his loved one. 'I shM think I could, honey," re plied Miss Jarvis in her most winning way. ' ' r-: '. ' - J'" Out in the rain and the chill north east wind, which beat in their faces the entire distance, the couple trudged to Glas&boro, found Rev. S. M. Nichols at the Methodist Episco pal parsonage,' and . . were quickly made one, bedraggled as they were. Then, har-.cl n hand and very happy, Mr. and " Mien trudged over the five miU i ' SCHOOJuo HAY BUY INSECTS. State Entomolog-Jat of New York to Supply Small Collectlona at , Nominal Fee. , where I got off. What happened to 'Arrangements hare been" made by me here l can't just remember, but the state entomologist of New York wandered around somewhere, final- to supply schools desirous of such aid iy getting to the county poor farm with small collections of insects Mpon . jjow long I stayed there M don't the payment of a nominal fee. know, but one day in September I These collections are designed to illus- was! on the street selling lead pen- trate courses in zoology, biology, na- - ture study, and, says the New York Times it is announced that they will be classified into the following divi sions: 1. "A systematic collection of about 100 representatives of the principal or ders, with series illustrating the transformation of species having both complete and incomplete metamor phoses. : '. '., 2. A collection of about 100 of the more common . interesting species found in the field, together with se ries illustrating the various stages and habits of some of the more important forms. : .; ", 3. The same . as No. 2, but com- posed largely of insects met with in the soring 4. Special collections of about the same size as those described and rep- resenting limited groups, for example : Economic insects, mimicry,, bees and their allies, flies, butterflies and moths, etc. These special collections will be prepared only in response to several reauests. Other ohrases of in- sect life may be illustrated if there be a demand for it. NEWSPAPERS IN COLLEGES. Style of Journalism Peculiar American ITnivemltles That Support Dailies. to There are 14 colleges in the United ctaxes wxucu Puoi,u. - ,vr every weekday. College journalism is -peculiar to America, as m no other F , . ,, .. , country m the 4world is such work. undertaken, says the Prmcetonian. Three of these papers have become dailies this fall-the,Columbia Spec- tator, the Daily Maroon, of the Uni- versity of Chicago, and : the Indiana University Daily. The Harvard Echo, which was started in 1879, was the first college newspaper to be pub- lished daily. Later it was merged with the-Weekly Crimson under the latter's name. About the same time, at New Haven, the Yale Daily News was started. In 1880 the Cornell Daily Sun appeared, and some time later the Princetonian, organized in 1876, became a daily. . Pennsylvania was the fifth college to publisn a newspaper every day,'-and started the Pennsylvanian in 1885, it later be coming a daily. In 1891 the Brown Daily Herald was started at Brown university, ine western ciany coi- lege papers are as follows: At the TTniversitv of California, the Cali- fornian; at Leland - Stanford,' Jr., university, the Palo Alta Daly; at the r University of Minnesota, the Daily Minnesota; at the University of Wis consinthe Daily Cardinal, and at the University of Michigan, the U. of M. Daily. if yylTUrfths FORGOT WHO' HE WAS The Strange Case of George Nipper, Now of Denver. l,e ft Hi Home in Indian Territory Ten Yeaxa Abo and Waa De clared Dead by Wife and . Coant. A Jekyll and Hyde story has devel oped in Denver, Col. Ten years ago, George Nipper was a prosperous busi ness man. He disappeared with $10,- ttOO. . .. Nothing was beard from him un til a few days ago,' when he was rec nized by- a friend. He was then trav eling under the name of George Wil liams. A few years after Nipper had dis appeared his' wife collected $15,000 insurance on his life. Inspector VW. M. Chapman, of the insurance com pany , which paid the amount, found Nipper in a lodging-house. The man recalled his past life and told the following story of his weird experi ence: "They telfme it was ten years ago. I can't say as to that, but I remem ber now I went to Houston, Tex, Yes, that's the place. .: I started for there, anyhow, whether I reached it or not. On the way I was stricken with paralysis, and they sent me to a hospital. . When I started for Houston I had $13,000 in cash with me, but what became of it I never knew. ' . "I can see myself in the hospital now. There 'are the white walls and the beds, and the silent nurses flit ting about. I am in a chair, and the nurses wneel me arouna. ' j. aon speak to them, though, nor do I un derstand what they say to me. It is all' like a dream. , From what my friends tell me now, I was in that hospital nine years. My wife thought I was dead, and so did the insurance company, and I might as well have been for all the good I was. "Well, one day, when I seemed much better, they put me on a train and gave me five dollars. The con- NIPPER! DON'T YOU KNOW MET" ductor looked after me, and - when Denver was reached he said that was - ciis; man approached. Why, I dont fcnow; but something impelled m v v.,- fnr alms. As I stretched forth may hand he stopped and , stared at me. ; " 'Nipper! Don't you know me?' he said. "I didn't know him and I told him my name was Williams. But he in sisted I was Nipper, and pointing to this scar on my hand said he could identify me by that. r "The man who recognized me was W. W. Woodward, a cigar dealer. He knew . me in Claremore, I. T., years ago, and he has been my benefactor since our last meeting. He has kept 1 UP .. W1"'L , 1' ! Pavinsr my bUls f rom da to da' To-clay I met another good Samaritan Mr. Chapman, of the insurance company. He gave me money, and his generosity brought tears to my eyes." The local body of masons, in which order Nippe- stood high before his reason was dethroned, will circulate ; a subscription list in his behalf, and raise money to sena mm dsck io uis home in the territory. The insurance company ,that paid the $15,000 when.it ' could not locate , Ninoer after a' seven-years' search, will also watch the old man closely. If Nipper should release them from ; : I nTiv fiiTthAf Hahilitv the comnan v may decide not to begin an action against the wife. On the other hand, i; ,a m-Mn- . . ? wife the beneficiary in case of death. XT. , ,. v , . . Qra . 9 ? . led the money pa.d to his wife . wife it is said, has married Jga-j .-J X1 to get the first husband baek. When she received the insurance money she -was obliged to furnish a bond and surety, and this, Inspector Chapman says, will fully protect his company j from having to pay the policy twice. Remarkable Plant Growth. 1 Some tropical plants can really be seen to grow. An eminent scientist, Who has been making measurements jn the botanical gardens at Buiten- ; ZOrg, Java, records a growth in a ( bamboo of 17 inches in a single day, Another bamboo was observed to add eicrht. inches to its heierht daily for. 58 dayS) while two others, grew four inclies steadily for 60 days Convenient. H riepd (to amateur artist; i sup pose you'll give, up painting when you marry. , Amateur Oh, no! It'll be so con venient and economical when we have to make wedding presents. Woman's Home Companion. " This eigraatura 1b on every hox ot tho coanlno Laxative Bromo-Ooinine Tablets remsdy that cures a cold to one day BUSINESS FOR THE PEDDLERS. Vender of Small Article Find Ready , Stale for Taelr Ware on. New York Ferryboat. "I can't see how the street peddlers make a living," declared one of a group of suburbanites on a North river ferryboat the other evening, ac cording to the New York Times. "I will supply the cigars .if each of us has not bought something from a street peddler torday," said the man addressed. "I bought a two-foot rule front one of them. ' , "And I bought .shoestrings," con fessed the first speaker. , "So did I," said a third. . . , "And I bought some bulbs, said another. ' "Matches here," remarked a fifth. "A pocket comb for me," said the man with a big mustache, v "A card of buttons," spoke up a fam ily man. , i . . . "Clack, clack," came the sound of a nrnsr rnntriTBTicp an -anntliftr rnm. muter exhibited his purchase. "Seven handkerchiefs for a quar ter," remarked still another, tapping a package that bwlged out of his over coat pocket. ?"I guess the cigars are on me,' said the first speaker, "the peddlers seem to have plenty of customers." Directory of v RELIABLE SPECIALISTS g g y a 5 IN WATERBURY jia;ioi!!Biis!nuraiatQ!Hn ' ARCHITECTS E. BENEDICT. Room 36, 51 Leavenworth st FUENEY & JACKSON, Room 30, 51 Leavenworth st. From 43 E. Main st LEONARD ASHMIM, Room 23, Lewis building. Bank st , ELECTKTCTANS GEORGE M. CHAPMAN & CO, 43 East Main st D0CT0BS H. J. PIS VKli. M. D. 148 North Main . fify. DR II. C. JONES, .,ff7 Veterinary Surgeon, Res. 27t Johnson. Tel ', TV.AnTTP-RR nv MUSIC CLARA BRZEZ1NSKI, Citizens' Bank building. DENTISTS. J. W. MAHONX, 43 East Main street. TTTrwrraAT. DIREGT0E3 J. II. GRAY & CO.. J3o North Main street Funeral Undertakers. Telephone day or night SIGK ARTISTS 1SL OCKELS, 11 Spring st. Up-to-date sign work. T A TTTTS T A TT.O"R f5 FRANK DE FEO, formerly with Reid & Hughes, 70 Bank st Telepnone. ; rTTCrnnT TITT.OT?. JAMES H. CLINE. Prichard building. corner Bank and Grand sts. rn-KTCftTJTaT. ATiTTSTS GEORGE KLEEBER, 151 Bank st Over Jones, Morgan ec oo. RTRTIS Singhig Birds and Goldfish at F. GltA- BBU'S Bird Store, 164 S.'Mam sr. CARRIAGE MAKERS MANN & DERBY, Horseshoers, io jjrowu u R-RTfi-A--RT?.AC AMD FURNITURE JOHN L. SAXli, , , , 287 Bank fit flASTT "RTTYERS WILLIAM FOSSNEli. - K( Bank st. Highest prices paid for Cast-off Cloth ing. Sena postal; wui emu HALF PRICE TAILOR JOHN MOSEIa 24 ADDOtt ave. Repairing, cleaning and. pressing v aics' ana gents parmvuis. REST ATJRANTS CALLENDAR BROS, 13S soutn Main streeu . HORSESHOERS W. M. DOYLE, , . 25 Jefferson street BRASS BAND tVaterbury Italian Band. Music for all occasions. Frank DeFeo. Mgr. Tel- B1DYARD, TINNING, Pltimbins and Ventilating. My Cy- rionfi Ventilator and Chimney Cap has no eoual. Prompt attention to repairs at 90 EAST MAIN. Send postal. , PATENTS. D.th Cawtn and Prtimmarv Exam- Inationiu etc JAMES A PEASLEY, 51 Leavenworth street. TIME TA BLE. Naugatuck Road Going South G:3S, 7:55, 11:13 a. m.; 1:40, 3:05, 4:40, 6:15 and 80 p. m. Sunday trains 7.-03 a. m.; 5:10 and 8-00 p. m. ' Naugatuck Road Going North S:23 10:55 a. m.; 3:40, 6:4S and 8:48 p. m. Sunday trains 9:4S a. m.: 7:52 p. m. Watertown trains 6:45, 828, .11:17 a m.; 1:30, 3:45, 5.O0, 6:12, 6:53, 8:53 and 11:20 p. m. Sunday trains 9:53 a. m.; 8. -03 p. m. Highland Division, Going East 7.-00..858 a.m.; 12:38, 3:30, 8:07 p.m. RiiTiriov Trains Golne East 8:30. 10 K)5 a.m.: 2 KK), 5:05, 7:00 p.m. liighiana uiYjsion, voing v esi 8:15 a. m.; 1:50 and 6:24 p. m. Dublin Street Station for Meriden and way stations 9:05 a. m.; 6:15 p. m. Dublin Street Station for New Haven and way stations 7:00, 8:43, 11:10 a.m.; 150 and 44 p.m. Sunday Trains for New Haven and way stations 7 .-50 a.ra.; 5:50 p.m. THE latest;' We are closing out all of our $1,50 CoL ored Stiff Bosom Shirts for $1.25, This is a genuine bargain w We have an elegant $L00 line of both White and Colored Shirts in either plain or pleated bosom. Special prices on Wool Hose. Neckwear in all the latest designs and; styles at 25 and 50 cents. . All of our $1 Caps WILSON & 115 AND 117 SOUTH Cr. Lcrenz Method Here. We operate by strength and use bur fingers. 1 ' . .. . . Broken bones and ribs fiet without pain or use of chloroform. No Incura bles sent out Consultation free. . .Doctor's hours from 8 to 12 p. in. A NOVEL EXHIBIT. The Waterbury Umbrella, Trunk Manufactory will sihow the public of Waterbury how the wonderful twenti eth century Rain Protector ds made, all by hand, at the City hall, commencing February 2, for the entire week. . S. M. Friedman, an expert umbrella maker, with a. few other past masters in the art of umbrella a.nd trunk mak ing, will toe there the whole week even ings, and will make and repair umbrel las .while you wait, to prove that we make all our own umbrellas by hand; strongest and best for the money. If you have an old crippled umbrella friend on the retired list just bring It to the , Waieroury Umbrella Hospital, 179 Bank, Corner Grand. and will make as good as new. Inci dentally we have a SALE of UM BREMiAS, TRUNKS. BAGS, on AC- wujvr iiv our REMOVAL, and will sell at less than cost.,, , , 170 BANK, COR GRAND. - Waterbury Umbrella and TrM fi'f r. All. THE LINEN MAN knows more about linen , than we could learn in many years, but there Is nobody on earth that can teach us any thing about the Care of linen, and how to best preserve Its wearing qualities. We stake our reputation tipon a slnglo trial of our laundry workv Home Steam Laundry A. J. COONEY, Prop'r. 77 BANK STREET. PENMANSHIP Teaches every pnpti to write a fla rapid, business band. Id a courso of 18 private lee-ons and no failoret. All fciads of : pen work executed la tbi kishest degree of art 167 BANK STREET. A Christmas Brevj A delightful holiday draught The Hcllmann Brewing Go's Special Dark Munc h n er Beer will be on tap during the holidays in all the principal cafes of the city, Put up' in handsome pack ages for home consumption Telephone $io. , People's Market 21 Phoenix Avenue. S, BOHL, Proprietor Philadelphia Milk Fed Roasting Chr.kens, Capons, Bro.'lers, . . Squabs, Ducks, Turkeys, Fowl, Newport and Deerfoot Farm Sau sage, Head Lettuce, Ce'ery, Parsley, Cress, Spinach, White Onions, Parsnips, Turnips,. Green Beans,! Bermuda Potatoes, Presh Eggs, . i - xkX. j reduced to 75 cents TYRRELL, MAIN STREET. I - I VI I Wi U- (2ISoatb Main Stresf, Have the Finest Stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, , Clocks and Musical Instrnments. r?ii ... BW Wl self, and you will be con vinced 'that we sell cheaper than anybody; in this city. yv e Keep tne Diggesi siock on South Main street Every thing guaranteed Hubar Co. i2i South Main Street. ARTHUR G. AUGER Undertaker Embalmer anil1 Fu neral Director, . 874 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Waterbury, Ctenn. t Clay street . -Telephone 22X J J. ., . " WATERBURY FIRE ALARH ' 4 Cor tsoutu Matn aua Urana sts 6 ScovUl Manufactuting Co. (FJ (i Cor bridge and Magill ata. 7 Exchange Place. 12 Rogers & Bro. (F). . 13 Cor East Main and Niagara st& 44 Cor East Main and Wolcott sts. 15 Cor High and Walnut sts. .10 Cor East Main and Cherry sts. : , 17 Cor East Mala and Cole sts. 21 Cor North Elm and Kingsbury sts. 23 Burton street engine bouse. " 24 Waterbury Manufacturing Co. (PJ 26 Cor North Main and North sts. . 26 Cor Buckingham and Cooke sta. 27 Cor Grore and Prospect sts. 28 Cor Hillside avenue aud IMne t. 29 Cor Ludlow and N. Willow etu. SI Cor Bank and Grand sts. ir2 Cor Riverside and Bank gts. . 34 Cor West Main and Watertown ri 35 Conn R. & L. Co car house. (P). . SO Waterbury Brass Co. (P). 87 Cor Cedar and Mendow sta 38 Cor Grand and Field sts. 42 Cor South Main and Clay sts. -i3 New England Watch Co. (P). 45 Benedict Burnbain Mfg Co. (PI. 46 Waterbury Buckle Co. (P). 47 Cor Si Main ana Washington sts. Bl Cor Baldwin and River sts. 62 Cor Franklin and Union sts. 53 Wat'b'y Clock Co case fact'y. (PV f4 Cor Clay , and Mill sts. 68 Cor Liberty and R'ver sts. ; . 67 No 5 hose house. R&Cor Baldwin and Stone sts. 62 Cor Doolittle alley and Dublin sL 72 Cor West Main and Willow sta; 73 North Willowst 74 Cor Johnson and Watervllle sta. 142 Wolcott st, beyond noward. 162 Cor East Main and Weltoe sti 212 The Piatt Bro & Co. 213 Shoe Hardware Co. (P). . 214 Wat'b'y Clock Co mr't fact'y. (P). 216 Cor Sorth Main anA Grove sts, 251 Cor nounvt Hill and Ward sts. 201 -Junction Cooke and N. Main sts. 272 Grove, bet. Central & Holmes ava. 311 S. N. E. Teephone Co bd'g. (Pj. 312 Cor Bank and Meadow sta. S13 Randolph & Clowes P). , 314 Plume & Atwood. (P). . S15 American Ring Co. (P). 316 Conn R. & Ij. power bouse. 318 Holmes, Booth & Haydens.. (? 821 No 4 hose house 823 Cor WasU'g'n are and Ported 824 Cor Charles and Porter sts. ) 325 Cor Simons st and Wash'g'n 371 City Lumber nnd Coal Co. (1 412 Tracy Bros. (PV . 432 Cor Liberty and South MiIb 451 Steele & Johnson Mfg Co. Co. 0 582 Cor BaiflTlu and Rr "s. li.iA'T v2 Invent or iirmravo t alp Yuv BJik. tiena raooci, axemen, or j Ibr frea XAsaintioa and iuivic. j CB0Q5 SSI PATEI1TS S&S? ? Writer ' f7 r""r"f r f Patsnt Lsrrers. VV AS H ! ft GTO M , ret ai