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Special Price Reductions . ; - v v t On a num-ber of odd pieces ol the best quality of Furniture, wihlcb we find at this season have accumulated and which we 'are going to dispose of. Lota of people have taken advantage of the cut. If you are in need of any furniture, the very piece you have been In want of is more than liable to be among the number. Bet ter look into this. J. fl. Burrall & Co. 60 BANK STREET. .UNDERTAKING Night calls an swered by C. E. Seymour, 184 Mapie street, 'phone; D. M. Stew art, 101 Franklin street, 'phone. NOW s The Time to purchase a Piano. We have all grades and prices, and as always will treat you right Favor us with u call and be convinced. THE DtflGGS $ S5ITH CO- 49 Center Street. Telephone (533-8. , Eiiioiinitan and Sterling Pianos N oted for their durability and singing tone, ;:.v; Call and. examine them. IL SOniiEHBEBG PIflHO CO, 175 BANK STREET, WATERBURY 6l. R PbUak & Gd, Just received, a lot of old Violins, -but good ones. Look in the win- . dovv. We' sell them 2 per cent less for the next 10 days. f SB Oattk Street J. PL MUL VTLLE Undertaker, Funeral Director and Embalmer Residence, 439 East Main St. Store, St.- Patrick's block, 11 0 Broadway. - 1 Telephone at stoi e and res dence. v' . We have Just received a stocfe of Fall Paper and of the latest patterns. Orders promptly attended to. Paints, Glass, Putty, Brushes, and also agent or Pan-American White Lead. . A. Valentine's Tel 117-6. 64 Grand at. ELECTRIC WIRING And REPAIRING We Carry the Largest Stock of ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Between New York and Bos ton, IMi England Engineering . Co. 843 WEST MAIN STREET. OAKVILLE CO, MAKERS OF Wire, .and Metal Goodsj P. O. Freight and Express.1 Address Oafcviile, Conn. Telegraph Addre ra Waterbury. Cma, New lork Offlca. a Howard Streak Ladies' Tailored Garments It Is not necessary to go. to New York for the latest creations and new est "designs In tailored suits and riding fcablts., .Order tailor-made suits of F. BUCK, 270 KortuMain St, I am better prepared than ' ever to please toy large number of customers. flav Bedford Escillops 40c Quart Long Island Escallops 30c ; Quart Large long Guilford Clams and a large Variety of Fish. t ; FULTON FLSH MARKET. 202 Cherry street. 'Phone 213-4. ; FOR RENT. Two Choice Rooms, 2nd floor, Tierney Block. Inquire at lierney's Real Estate Office, 167 BANK. . As the Prices en Monuments and all Cemetery work ere sure to advance about March 1, it will be well for you to place orders for this1 kind of work with me now, and be pure of petting good work at rea sonable prices. Mantels, Tiling, Building work. . Ttid&F. Jackson 812-318 BANK . STREET, &E3e location for . forty years, - Evening democrat ISSUED. BT . THE DEMOCRAT PUBUSHING COMPANY C KUXiONKT. Editor MEMBER OF ASSOCIATES PRESS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OneYear...; 15.03 One Monttt. ....... 3o Delivered dy Carrier. . ADVERTISING RATES. From One Centa Word to ll.OOanlnoa. Reading Notices 15o to 5c a L.ina SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1903. An extra session of congress is now regarded as most tarpfobaible, although an extra session of the senate for the consideration of the treaties Is more than likely. Senator Morgan nas indi cated his intention of talking the Pana ma, canal treaty to death, and it is be lieved he will talk on any treaty brottght tip in executive session with the nope of postponing the ratification of the Panama convention until the ex piration of the option on the Panama Canal Go's property, which occurs on March 4., It is the senator's threat of obstruction which occasions the antici pation of an extra session of the sen ate. ' ; ' '' ". '.' v- , ;. ". '''An Item in our news columns yester day gave the loss to the trolley com pany as befog 'about $1,000 a day. Now; the question arises, where lg.thls $25 000 or $30,000 that the company has lost thus far? If the trolley company is out that amount, the people who patronized the cars must have just so much more to leave with the grocers, and the clothiers and the butchers and bakers and all the other Waterbury store keepers. So it may be after all that what Is the company's loss is the people's gain. -The money wasn't cer tainly thrown Into the Naugatuck or Mad rivers. It must be lying securely in the pockets' of those who used to ride, or else they have placed it in cir culation. This trolley strike may not be such a bad thing if it is going to give people more money to spend and swell the receipts of the merchants. ,. "There is Just one other factor in the monetary situation," say s Banker Clews, "that might possibly,, affect the money market unfavorably, unless good judg ment prevails, and that is the move ment obliging the trust companies . to carry a reserve. This is a stepn.tbe right direction, and one already in. el feet in concerns which place sound banking methods above the desire to present record-breaking statements, All the .trust companies ' should' be obliged, to carry a reserve in their vaults of not less than 5 per cent. A somewhat greater sum would do no harm ; but if - anything beyond 5 per cent Is imposed, it should be done grad ually, Ws the sudden locking up' of $40, 000,000 or more of reserve would ere-, ate a very undesirable and unnecessary stringency. The value of reserves is to really use them In emergencies, and as long as the trust companies remain deficient-in this respect they will be an inevitable element of weakness and suspicion. The movement is an emi nently proper one, and if conducted on reasonablellnes will serve to strengthen confidence -where it is most needed. It is one of the most reassuring , move ments of the day." 1 Since Senator Quay secured the adop tion of his statehood bill as an amend ment to the agricultural appropriation bill, he has not objected to the consid eratJom. of general legislation during the morning hour of each-day and, as a result, the senate has completed all the anti-trust legislation contemplated at this session. The Elkins bill, which prohibits the granting of rebates from the published tariff, on any transporta tion charges, by; any common carrier, has been enacted, and, Senator Elkins says that he has secured a promise from Mr Littlefield that he would not object to its adoption by the house, notwithstanding the fact that its pro visions are included in the Littlefleld anti-trust bill. The measure passed the senate without debate or objection and it Is hoped .-Jtfc can be ( passed by the house with the saine ' ' f acillty; Vi The Knox bill, which expedites the trial of anti-trust suits in the courts, hasj also been passed' by the senate and will doubtless pass the house. The only re maining feature of anti-trust legislation to be completed is the publicity proyis ion which It is hoped to incorporate in the bill establishing a department of commerce and labor. The conference committee is now at work on that pro vision and will doubtless reach ! an agreement 6t an - early date.. Senator Aldrjch, chairman of . the finance com mittee, says that this is all the anti trust legislation that will.be attempted by the senate "fsii this session. "" The house will doubtless pass the Little field bill, but it will be shelved; in a senate committee. HEARD IH PASSING Patagonia has rich natural resourdi.-s and colonists from Europe are begin ning to take up the land. 1 . The will of the late A. T. Stewart has again been re-opened for contest. The will has been re-opened almost as often as his grave. Die poor and you may rest. It takes a lawyer to do it ," "We ven ture to remark that even Manager Sewell couldn't or, wouldn't Inyo the nerve to go before- the strikers' com mittee and make the offer that Colonel Burpee did. It was one way of say ing, we are not ready to settle thTs strike Just yet, except on our own WHAT THE TROLLEY The Board of Public Works To Have Hearing On Next Tuesday Evening. The Connecticut Railway and Lighting Co has asked for more ; privileges on our streets and a hearing will be given to all parties interested Tuesday. The following are the privileges the company now ask for: . . v' . , - Extension from East Main Street to the Pearl Lake Road. Commencing at a point In center of East Main street track at the junction of East Main and Cole streetsT thence through Cole street to Franklin street; thence through JFran kiln street to Union street; thence through Union street to Baldwin street; thence through Baldwin 'street to Baldwin -mil, or Piedmont street ; thence through Chapel street to the Tearl Lake road. The line to include two turnouts, each three hundred (300) feet in length, one located near the junction of Xiberty street, the other near the junction of Glen ' street. Exchange Place. 1 . - A single track curve to connect West Main and North Main streets. A single track connecting curve at the south-west corner of v. West Main street and Exchange place. A single track curve to r connect East Main street and Exchange place.. Extend the west 1 track in Exchange place southerly about HO feet to connect with the South Main street line. ' . ' " North Main Street. A diamond turnout, about 400 fee in length, to be located soutii- erly from Grove street. v V - - ; ' ? A diamond turnout, about 400 feet in length, to be located near the dwelling house of William J. Rigney, or Easton avenue. ' . East (Main Street. Extend turnout from Exchange place to ToliV theater about 000 feet. Extend the ' west end of Dublin1 street turnout to Hayden street, 450 feet. Extend the east end of the Wolcott street turnout, 400 feet . Vv : West Main Street. - Double track from crosswalk at St. John's church to the east line of North Willow street, about 050 feet. , ' : Extend the Gilbert -street turnout, easterly to the west lino of North WJllow street, about 600 feet. Double track from the car barn to the Naugatuck railroad, 550 feet in length. ,. . , ' " y South Main Street. 1 : ' ! Extend the south end of turnout at Benedict & Burnham Mfg. Co., to connect with the north end of turnout at Lounsbury street, about 1,760 feet in length. - ' Extend the north end of the 'above turnout, at Benedict & Burn ham Mfg. Co. to connect with the south end of turnout at Clay street, about 1,300 feet in length. . Extend the north end of Clay street turnout to Meadow street, about 170 feet in length. x .-. ' 1 Watertown Road., , , . .?..,-. .v., Extend the almshouse turnout northerly to the gate of the Driv ing park', about1 3,000 feet in length. A new turnout 300 feet In length, to be located at the Bunker Hill road. : " , . Bank Street. ,' .' , ':-. A side turnout to be located vat the Naugatuck railroad station;- vCC0 feet in length. - r '' r; Extend the southerly end of the turnout at office of : the Plume & 'Atwood Mfg. CQ."'to the brldgeerltheaugatuckreAlJout-' 800 tv.i feet in length. Ci North Willow; Street. . . . ? ) Extend the sduthend of iurnput:at .Woodlawa terrace to Ridge-- , vood street. Extend the north end of said turnout to" Roseland- avenue, in all ' about 2,100 feet! -- , t.JJ":, : ' j T-t ; ; m ELECTRIC EYE-OPENER, : :, .. -v; -r'?". v-'.'.'v-" w,-- j.- Kovel Alarm I A p Karaites That Bat .Been Invented by a Sonti- :.- "' i mrn M.n. ,., Tliere is in Mobile a gentleman who in the past has been in 'the habit of oversleeping in the morning hours, and as his business requires that he come down street early, it is essential that he should awaken at a certain hour. Time after time he came late to hia business, in spite of alarm clocks and other appliances to get hiSv eyes opened at the proper time. One morn ing recently he entered the office on time to the minute. The others in the office expressed great surprise at this unusual event, and asked the whyf ore of it, reports the Mobile Register. ' "I determined that this business of sleeping when I should be awake had to stop, so I called in an electrician and he fixed me ,up a few things. I have it so arranged that at the hour set a light flashes in my eyes. If this is not successful, and I do not get up and throw the switch, a mosquito bar and the frame falls on me. If I still slumber and sleep a gong like the one used on the patrol wagon goes ofl. Should I fail to notice these things, there is over my bed a bucket filled with water, having a small nozzle at tached, and a rachet releases a stop, so that a stream of water is squirted into my face. WhenT sleep through all these it will be time to order my coffin," LITTLE BIT OF HOLLAND. The Boar FUhermen and Their "Vrowi" of Vol en dam Who Catch Guilder of Toaniata. The inhabitants daily dress in their Sunday best, to catch the "guilders" of unsuspecting tourists; but along the dyke, in the single street of Volendam, one sees- the fish ermen and their good "vrows," not in holiday attire, but dressed for their vocation, precisely as Volendam fishermen have been clothed for .cen turies past, says Four-Track News. The men wear tight-fitting jackets, buttoned to short, full breeches, wood en shoes, and a shock of straight, thick hair, clipped by their good , dames around the edge of a bowl, in the good old-fashioned way. The women ar busy as ants in a heap of sand, -wasting-.not a moment of time, knitting their long woolen stockings as they clatter along the bustling street in their shoes of wood, and short striped skirts with padded hips, their heads surmounted by clean white caps of characteristic cut. . . ' The tiny houses, the narrow street, everything is so compact that one eas ily imagines he is in a doll's village, while the prodigious men and stalwart women recall the childhood's wonder ment, when our gaze first rested upon the illustrations as we turned the pages of "Gulliver's Travels." This . . 7 LOAaiIVV UrumUaVUIUllle xaoj.ew , yPTwE th rewedy that mmm mehl lsyone tfey. MAGNATES 4VANT, THE HEIGHT j,Qff,H tFQRMALITY. A I Was Reached In a DomMtle -Matter Between "Illfffc-WlnUarS' v Families. With the exception of a substitution of names, the incident herewith -related is absolutely trne, says the Phila delphia Record; It illustrates the fond ness for the initials and, hyphenated names displayed by some people,, who are socially" ambitious,' and also the ridicule thai sometimes falls to the lot of the Vhigh-falutin" ones.. A Ger mantown woman, wishing to get a reference from, the former employer of a nurse girl, wrote as follows in the third person:. "Mrs. O. Whata-Chump would esteem it a great favor if Mrs. John J. Smith would furnish a refer ence as to character and ability of Mary A. Brady, who formerly lived with Mrs; ' John J. Smith. Mrs. O. Whata-Chump has many social en gagements (which prevent her, from giving her personal attention to her children, and it is very necessary that her maid should , be thoroughly effi cient." . When Mrs. John J. Smith re ceived this, communication, in spirit of fun and sarcasm she framed the fol lowing .reply: "Mrs. J. Jones-Smith presents her compliments to Mrs. Q, Whata-Churm and cheerfully, recom mends Miss M. Agnes Brady as an ef ficient nurse maid. Miss M. Agnes Brady has in the past carefuly catered to the , wants of Master L. Barrett Jones-Smith, and Master Jb Jones Smith, Jr. Furthermore, Miss A. Agr nes Brady is kind and gentle, and does not shy at trains or, trolley cars." . EXPENSIVE ASPARAGUS. A Lrexury ,ln Hothonae Veare table , That la for the Very Rich Only. ,' "I suppose the costliest of all vege tables sold here at this time of the year, or at any time, for that matter," said a dealer in fine fruits and vege tables, reports the New York" Sun, "would- be the hothouse ' asparagus that has just come in. " It is produced by a grower in Illinois. This retails now at ten dollars a dozen bunches! or one dollar a bunch. Each bunch is Jike, by a grower in Illinois. This retaila of , these some are sure to be pretty slender, so that you don't get very much asparagus for a dollar. "' ; ; ."Take the stalks big and little,, as they run, and they cost you about 15 cents apiece. The prices for this as paragus hold up pretty well till say along in March, when they, get down to about $7.50 a dozenl ' "There is more .of such asparagus sold than, formerly, but altogether there is not a very great quantity, though there are more people in New York now than ever before well able to buy whatever luxuries; they want, and they buy costly fruits and Vegetables mar freely than they ever did." signature la on every box of ilia genu&a r r . ..... : Killed by Falling? Wall. ' ' BUFFALO, Feb. 7. While a gang of about twenty-flvo workmen wera en gaged in tearing down one of the build ings of the old Strauss tannery plant, at William street and Fillmore avenue, the coverings of a number of archways in the lowerrpart of the building col lapsed and buried a hnrnber of ' the workmen. The following laborers were killed: Frank Pfluge, formerly of Alle gheny, Pa.; Joseph Schonika and Wil liam Young Five were seriously in jured.,;;, '.;' ,v- -:'-.. . Baker' Strike Settled. DANBURY, Conn., Feb. 7. The strike of the bakers of this city has been settled by .'arbitration, and the bakers will resume work at once. The bakers quit work two weeks ago. .;. -.,-'':.-. ; ' , ' Earthquake In Jamaica. KINGSTON, Jamaica, Feb. 7. A se vere earthquake, accompanied by loud rumblings, was felt in the western part of this island Thnvsrtav nlcht. S . A. 3 r? Q 2E Sw . Bern the The Ktnd You Haw Always BtsgW pQ!l!IB!l!!!BI!!!lBl!!ra!i!l!i31!!in!!!ra!IOS!U011IQIBll!1inilg B Directory of a m a RELIABLE SPECIALISTS H a n IN WATERBURY . Ml!iS!!fli31!l!:ai!n!BI!i!!Bl!BI!i!lB'!P!!BI!lli ARCHITECTS -E. BENEDICT. Room 36, 51 Leavenworth st. FltENEY & JACKSON, Room 30, 51 Leavenworth st. From 43 E. Main st LEONARD ASHEIM. V Room 25, Lewis building. Bank st ' ELECTRICIANS ' GEORGE M. CHAPMAN & CO 43 East Main st. " 1 DOCTORS EL J. UK VKU. M. i. . 148 North Main St. L .'fc DR R. C. JONES, i ' H.T Veterinary Surgeon, . . Res5 johhson. Tel ' , TEACHERS OF MUSIC CLARA BRZEZ1NSKI, Citizens' Bank building. DENTISTS J. W. MAHONY, 43 East Main street. ' FUNERAL DIRECTORS J O. GRAY & CO. ' 235 North Main streeL -Fcneral Undertakers. Telephona day ' or night. SIGN ARTISTS EL OCKELS, 1 j 11 Spring t tJprto-date, sign work. LADIES TAILORS FRANK DEj FEO, formerly with Rela & Hughesii 70 'Batik st: Telephone, i - CUSTOM TAILOR JAMES H. OLINE, Prichard building, ' corner Bank and Grandsts., T0NS0RIAL ARTISTS GEORGE . KLEEBER, 151 Bank at Over Jones, Morgan & Co.- BIRDS " Singing Birds and,Goldflsh at F. GKA- BER'S Bird Store. 104 S. Main st . : - CARRIAGE MAKERS MANN &. DERBY, .. ; Horseshoes, 16 Brown st BRIC-A-BRAC AND FURNITURE JOHN L. SAXW, 1 287 Bank st T" CASH BUYERS ' WILLIAM POSSNER, , , . 303 Bank st Highest prices paid for Cast-off Cloth- . mg. Send postal; will call. HALF PRICE TAILOR JOHN MOSEL, ' 24 Abbott ave. Repairing, cleaning and pressing, la - dies and gents' garments. RESTAURANTS ' . CALLENDAR BRO S, . .. ,188 South Main street H0RSESH0ERS W. M. DOYLE, r , : 25 Jefferson street ' . , , . BRASS BAND , Vaterbury Italian Band. Music for all occasions. Frank DeFeo. Mgr. Tel- , PATENTS. Patents Caveats and Pfellminary Exam inations, etc. TAMES A PEASLEY, 51 Leavenworth street ' 'r - ' '.: ' "' '' : ' RIDYARD, TINNING, Plnmbing and Ventilating. My Cy clone Ventilator and Chimney Cap has no equal. Prompt attention to repairs at 90 EAST MAIN. Send postal. The Canton Restaurant 217 South Main Street. Chinese and American Cooking AMERICAN MENU Porterhouse Steak Porterhouse . Steak with mush rooms Sirloin Steak Spring Chicken,' fried half ........ Spring Chicken, fried whole v.L . . ."; Oysters fried, Vi dozen i . . . . . , . . . Oysters fried, 1 dozen Oyster Stew, ; dozen Oyster Stew, 1 dozen ......... Buckwheat Cakes with Tea or Coffee ' Meals with Tea or Coffee , . . . . . . . CHINESE MENU .40 .50 .30 .50 .00 .25 .40 .25 .40 .15 25 Chicken Cttop &uey ...... f 35 Yoko Main . . . .' ; , .15 Yoko Main with Boneless Chicken. .25 Chow Main . 70 Ly cbee Chicken ; i .70 Mushroom Chop Suey .35 Edible Bird's Nsst Soup $1.50 N. B. All dishes cooked to order and cpeclal Chlneso Teas e erred. YOU MAY THINK We Are Simply 'Talking but There is More Truth Than Poetry in What We Say. We not only talk Shoes, but we are ready to back up our statements with facts., . . When we say the ."Fitzu" shoe is", a good : shoe, we know what we are talking about. - We have sold it for years and never found it wanting. . : And now, when we come out again and say the "Uncle Sam" Shoe is the best shoe for the money,-the thousands of pairs we have sold is " proof of our ve racity. ' : .-, Golby-S heruood 114 SOUTH Dr. Loreoz Method Here. We operate by strength and nse our fingers. V- ; ' Broken bones and ribs set without pain or use of chloroform. No Incura bles sent out Consultation free. Doctor's hours from 8 to 12 p. m. ' A NOVIr EXHIBIT The Waterbury Umbrella, Trunk Manufactory will show the public of Waterbury how the wonderful twenti eth century Rain Protector is 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 and trunk mak ing, will be 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 . 5 . , Waterbury Umbrella Hospital, 179 Bank, Corner Grand. and will make, as good as new. . Inci dentally we have a SALE of! UM BRELLAS, TRUNKS, BAGS, on AC wuot OF ' OUR . REMOVAL, and will sell at less than cost;. ' , ' 179 BANK, COR GRAND. . : 1 Waterbury Umbrella and Trunk MTr. 1 ' life. krmMb a frfT." via 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 wearinjr qualit!ea. We stake our reputation upon a single trial of 'our laundry work. - ' , ' ' ' ( Home Steam Laundry A. J. COONEY, Prop'r, ,2T7 BANK STREET, . PENMANSHIP IPROFHOLLEY Teachen 'every pnpil to writ tin rapid. v business band,' in a courso of 10 prJvato lesions and no failures .', AU kinds of pen work executed in fcighest degree of art. 1C7 BANK STREET. - ' - . "Si - - . ' ' A Christmas Brew A delightful holiday draught. The Kellmann Brewing Go's Special Dark Munch 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 310. People's Market 21 Phoenix Avenue. S, BOHL, Proprietor Philadelphia Milk Fed Roasting Chi.: kens, Capons, Broilers, Squabs, Ducks Turkeys, Fowl, Newport and Deerfobt Farm' Sau- sage, . Head. Lettuce, .Celery, Parsley, Cress, Spinach, White Onions, . Parsnips, Turnips, Green Beans, Bermuda Potatoes, Fresh Eggs, y 1 . ... ii Shoe Go. mm STfiEET. "Ting-a-Ling! Umbrellas to Mend." That ;is what you had to wait for, but the itinerant urn, brella mender is no. longer in dispensable. The Up-to-Date Umbrella Manufacturing company does all the work "while you wait" if necessary. All work and material guaranteed. . Don't forget that we do all kinds of job work and make a specialty of safe work. 39 Phoenix Avenue, ' Opposite Armory.' : ARTHUR G. AUGER Undertaker Emfialmer and Fu- neralDirectdr: tfi SOUTH MAIN STREET, Waterbury, Cenn. Residence and Night .Call, -SO . Wesi Clay street. ' Telephono 221-JL V t GUEST CAPE ,; A Steamed Clam Supper ev ery Friday night from 9 to a 1: Served free. . GUEST CAFE, 95 South Main St, X':v- 236 SOUTH MAlbf STREET. ' ; Best dinner an the city for 20c Six dinners, SU Our 15o Orders Hamburger Steak. Liver and Bacon, one Egg on Toast, pork Cbops, Cold Meats, eto. - : , Our 20o Orders Beet Stew, Ham and Eggs, Begs on Toast, eto. - Tea or Coffee, Potatoes, Bread and Butter served with our 15c and 20o orders. ' Our So andv10o orders a specialty. ; : WATERBURY FIRE ALARM . 4 Cor Soutii Maui ana Uraua fits. ' 5 ScoTlll Manufacturing Co. (P. 6 Cor Bridge and ilagill sta. , . 4 JiitlllUiiJC t ftlKV. 12 Rogers & Bro (P). la Cor East Main and Niagara star 14 Cor Hast Main and Wolcott sta, 15 Cor High and Walnut sts. v ? Id Cor East Main and Cherry ata. 1 ' j. i "vui, irfaob iuiu auu W.t. D ID. 21 Cor North Elm and Kingsbury ata. li3-Burton street engine house. ; U4 Wateroili-y Manufacturing Co. FJ 25 Cor North Main and North sta. 20 Cor Buckingham and Cooke ata. 27 Cor Gro?e and Prospect sts. ;..' 2B Cor Hillside avenue and Pine st 29 Cor Ludlow and N. Willow ata. Rl Cor Bank and Gran i sts. U2 Cor Riverside and Bank sta. . y4Cor West Main aud Watertown 85 Conn R. & L. Co car bouse. (P). S Waterbury Br ass Co. (F). " 87 Cor Cedar and Sfestdow ata . 88 Cor Grand and Field sta. 42 Cor South Main and Clay sts. 3 New England Watch Co. (P). 45 Benedict & Burnham Mfg Co. (P& 46 Waterbury Buckle Co. (P). 7 Cor S. Main ana Washington sts, 51 Cor Baldwin and River sts. 52 Cor Franklin 'and Union sta. 53 Wat'u'y Clock Co case facfy. (PJ, ka r- rinw an I Mill ctst. 56 Cor Liberty and R'ver ati. 57 No 5 hose house. 58 Cor Baldwin and Stone ats. 62 Cor Doolittle alley and Dublin &t, 72 Cor West Main and Willow ats. 73 North Willowst. 1 74 3or Johnson and WatervIIla sta. ' 142 Wolcott st, beyond Howard. 162 Cor East Main and Weltoa sta 212 Tbe Piatt Bros & Co. (P). 213 Shoe Hardware Co. (P). 214 Wafb'y Clock Co mr't fact'y. P)? 216 Cor Vorth Main and Grove sts. . 251 Cor (tound Hill and Ward sta. 261 Junction Cooke and N. Main sts 272 Grove, bet. Central & Holmes a vs, Sll S, N. E. Teephone Co bd'g. (Pi , 312 Cor Bank and Meadow sts. 813-rKandolph & Clowes (P). r 314 Plume & Atwood. (P. B15 American Ring Co. (P). 816 -Conn R. & Ij. power house. (PTf. 818 Holmes, Booth & Ilaydens. (Pj. 821 No 4 hose house r . 323 Cor Wash'g'n ave and Porter st 824 Cor Charles and Porter sts. 825 Cor Simons st and Wash'g'n ave. 871 City Lumber and Coal Co, (P). 412 Ti n cy Bros. (PV 432 Cor Liberty. -and Sontfi Main st.1, 451 Steele A Trhnfoa Mf? Co. (p). C3Cor c ' r - . .