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riages T he sorts baby will be comfort able in at prices you will be glad to pay Latest attachments. J. n. Burrall & Co, v CC BANK STREET Night calls an werftfj by C. E. Seymour. 184 Maple street, tpb'one; D. M. Stew Sit, 101 Franklin street, 'phone. lanos. Without a token word these Pianos stand as an illustrated essay on what a 'Piano should "be. They are known the world over as 'The Old Reliable." .We are the local representatives. THE DfilGGS $ S51TH CO- 49 Center Street. Telephone U33-3. . EfEitioitoi) and Sterling Pianos Noted for their durability and singing tone, - Call and examine them. LSOnilEHBEBGPIMOCO, 175 BANK STREET, WATERBURY CT. P, Pollak & Co, ' Just received, a lot of, old Violins, but good : ones. Look in the win dow. We 'sell, them 2$ per cent less for the next io days.-- :'' l43:Ba tik ' S t reet J, H, MULVILLE Undertaker, I Funerat Director ... and Embalmer. Residence, 49 East Main St. Store, St. Patrick's block, 1 10 Broadway. ' ; . . Telephone at stoie and res- cence. Furniture ard Piaio Polish, Picture and Room Moulding, Gold Enamel, , Wall Paper, Varnishes, Wax, Mixed Palntt Glass, . 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. , 843 WEST. MAIN STREET. OAKVILLE CO. 1 , MAKERS OB v Wire and Metal Goods P. O. Freight and Express. Address Cakvlile. Cona. Telegraph Add re is Watcrbury. Cana. Nwr York Office. li Howard Street. Ladles' Tailored Garments It Is not necessary to go to New Tcrk for the latest creations and new est designs in tailored-suits and riding bablts. , Order tailor-made suits of . F. BUCK, 270 North Main St, . 1 era better prepared than ever to please iny large number of customers. Elsgaal Georgetown Shacf, 15c lb Maine and Long Island Clams and a large variety of other kinds of Fish. FULTON FISH MARKET. 262 Cherry street 'Phone 213-4. FOR REN TTV ; Two Choice Rooms, 2nd floor, Xierney Block. Inquire at Tieroey's Real Estate Office, 167 BANK. Monuments . MEAN Appropriate Design, Selected Material, Correct Detail Finest Workmanship, Moderate Price when bought from Th os PMdcks on Successor to Charles Jackson & Son. , 312-313 BANK' STREET. ) Established 1S50. SfGCt Bventtig democrat ' ,' . , IS8CED BY " '' .' THE DBMOCR AT PUBLISHING COMPANY C. MAiiONKT. Editor. : MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. .SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year . I ....... 85.00 I Three Months .... 81 .85 Six Months....... 2.60 I One Month........ .43 Delivered to any Part of City. MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1903. yu. The Democrat is not opposed' to proper precautions being taken, during such a crisis as 'we are now passing through, or at any other time; but it does not think that it is good policy to go around with chips on our should ders. It is I always best, to lock the barn door before the horse is stolen, but it is hardly wise to fling out the defl that the barn door, is locked and now do your best Sometimes lawless ness is inspired by just such threats. Take the case of Miss Hablitzel's pu pils in the Washington school. She says there wag no trouble in her room until the scholars were given the tip by an article in one of the daily pa pers. They were quick to act oni the suggestion, and, as the teacher says, "a passing wood team" -furnished the remaining link to complete the revolt. By all means let us take precautionary measures, but don't let u& provoke or defy those who are inclined to be vicious or; lawless. ''General business continues active," says Banker Clews in his weekly let ter. ."Liberal increases in railroad earnings, following the phenomenal gains of the past four years, emphati cally testify to this. The only com plaint heard is the increased cost of doing business and the consequent diminution of profits.' ' This complaint is general,' not only among individuals, but is shown in the current reports of Industrials and railroads. An event of much business significance " is the estimate of; the iron ore producers of an, output this year of 34,000,000 tons, an Increase of 5,000,000 tons over last year, and an agreement to advance the prices of ore. There ) is an immense amount of new iron tonnage in sight, and whether this advance will check the demand or not remains to be seen. With the urgent requirements of the railroads to be met, it seems very prob able that the iron Toom' may last an other year, surpassing the dreams of the wildest estbusiast in its duration. Speculation promises to run in moder ate lines for gome time, to come. Until the absentees return and the April set-" tlements have been safely passed, no upward movement in stocks can be safely counted' "upon, and 4 meanwhile we are more likely to' witness a down ward drift. . ' There is a growing suspicion In the minds of many, people that the outgo ing Speaker Henderson has sold out to the trusts body and breeches, and his actions lately would seem to confirm these suspicions.; It is said that he will go to New York, after his retire ment from congress, and enter ; the practice of law as the attorney, for a number of big, corporations known all over the country as trusts. Whether I he does so or not, he is at present fla grantly assisting one big trust, the to bacco trust, in killing some legislation at this session of congress that was aimed at it. The ways. and means com mittee of the house; unanimously re ported a bill to compel the tobacco trust , to quit putting tags and prizes in' their packages of tobacco and ci garettes and the legislation was in the interest of the independent tobacco manufacturers. J. Speaker Henderson now refuses to allow the report to come up in the house and will not recognize any member of the ways ; and means committee for the purpose of making a motion to bring that report before the house. In the meantime a man from his home in Dubuque, la; has been eat ing with the speaker, living hi his room at the Capitol and almost sle'eping with, him. - Whether there is any connection between this fact and the fact that he refuses to allow anything to come up that will hurt the tobacco trust, we cannot say, but people can draw their own conclnuslons. 1 The statehood fight, after occupying the attention of the senate during the greater portion of the present session, says our Washington correspondent, is virtually concluded, and no statehood legislation will be enacted at this ses sion of congress. . The republican mem bers, headed by Senator Quay for the statehood advocates and Senator Aid rich for the opposition, finally agreed upon a compromise measure drafted by Senator Spooner, which provided for the admission of Oklahoma as one state, ; with the provision that Indian Territory should be eventually added thereto, and Arizona and New Mexico as another state. This measure was rejected by-the unanimous vote of a democratic caucus and, -while the state hood bill remains the unfinished busi ness of the .senate, the fight has been abandoned. The ' results of the long contest may be summed up as follows: The educational clause of the immigra tion bill, which was intended to keep out of the United States the lowest class of Immigrants, whose "continued arrival operates to keep down wages ,and lower the standard of living of the 'American " Workmen, - wag defeated. The eight hour labor law has not been Voted upon,' but still remains under con sideration in committee. The tariff discussion urged by democrats and such adherents of the "Iowa idea' 'as Senator Dolliver and other republicans, was prevented. There has been no consideration of the Littlefleld 1 anti trust bill, which was favorably report ed by the Judiciary committee. HEARD m PASSING The gold yield of the state of Victo ria for the year 1902 amounted to 777, 7p8 ounces. , . During. the calendar year 1902 the coinage at the mints of the country; aggregated $79,485,815. Maine's receipts from fees for the organizal. ju of new corpora tioms were nearly $100,000 last year. The corpo ration fees are doubling annually. According to trustworthy estimates made in England, 750,000 men, wom en and children in the United Kingdom last year wore American-made boots and . shoes, i . .C: ' The world's record for diving is still held byx an Australian swimming teacher named Charles Cavill, who re mained under water five minutes and five seconds. Jamaica U talking of introducing the cultivation of cotton to make up for the decline in sugar. Cotton is being grown in Montserrat, in Santa Lucia, and in several of the Leeward islands. British Guiana is the most cosmopol itan of British colonies, the population consisting of an admixture of Dutch, French, British and American colo nists, East Indian coolies and the abor igines of the country. . A Marseilles pianist, one M. Florer, has made a wager that he will play the piano for 110 hours without stop ping. .; The experiment is to be made under the control of an independent jury at One of the local concert halls, j ' The. Swiss federal council proposes to modify the penal code so as to per mit of punishment by imprisonment of all persons who in, "public extol or attempt to honor any act of criminal intent or consequence. The new, law' is a direct attack upon the anarchists. England is waking up to the fact that' cricket is a slow game. To do away' with the annoyance of games left un finished after three days' play, it is likely that the space between the wick ets will be widened, thereby giving the bowler an advantage oyer the bats man. , The county captains have made the recommendation" and' the commit tee of the Maryjebone Cricket club have approved it. ' EASY TO PLEASE CHILDREN. Titer Mar Be Instructed in Csefnl ' sen at the- Same Time- Their d ' ' Are Bel as: Amnsed. It is so very easy to pleae children that every simple pleasure one can de-. vise should be given, them Pleasant surroundings' cannot fail to affect the disposition' of , a child, so that his nursery and , sleeping-room ought to, be made as cheerful as possi-, ble. The . rooma should noi "be over.-! crowded : with f urndture or the walls; with pictures; he, should have a par-; ticular place ..to: keep, his play thing-s, and should be'tau'gB't to'put them bmckf, in place- when, through playing. Very often a child will be given 4 number of j' playt-hings all at once; he first picks', up one, ' play with that awhile, and; then, spying another, perhaps of ai brighter color; plays with that; and so on, till he has tried themNall. Then,, not knowing which to play with,' h' becomes ..peevish, and cross; whiie,"onj the other hand, if. given, one or two. playthings at a time, he would play; contentedly, says-American Queen. He should have his om blunt scis sorSi, bottle of mucilage and scrap' book, and should be taught to cut out and past-e the pictures in the book' neatly; let him make a litter but teach t him to clear it up. , Teach him th value of money. He &hould have a certain allowance, be it ever so small; so much should Ibe laid, aside for charitable purposes, to buy flowers for a 6ick playmate, or an ar ticle of clothing for some poor little onej so much saved f or something he has wanted and his parents cpuld not j'et for him, and still another part for his immediate use. Let him ; share whatever he ha with his sister or play mates, t. ''iJ-.v',;-.;''-;',. -; '..;! I If he wantsi a pet of ' some x kind, -whether it is a cat or dog or a pigeon, by all means let him have it. Iet him care for and feed it himself, and teach him to be kind and v never treat it cruelly. ' Keep him out of doors, in winter as well as in summer. Fresh air and sun shine are the two greatest tonics for children. In winter always see that he ist well wrapped up when going out. , Do not allow him to stand or sit still, but teach him some game that will keep him moving. As soon as he en ters the house remove his wraps?, and be very careful not to let him go too near, the fire. If hisi hand sand feet are chilled, the heat will irritate them.' Rub them between the palms of your hands until the numbness has left them and the blood is circulating freely. Show your children that you takean interest in whatever they have to tell you, and don't put them off by saying ; that you are too, busy and can't be bothered with their nonsense. Child ish hearts must have some one to pour out their troubles and pleasures to, and if the mother will not Kstem to them they will find some one who will perhaps- an older playmate or a teacher and the mother thus loses that priceless possession, the confi- aence of her children. ' i Tim Wat No Oitject. " ' A shrewd old farmer named Uncle Harvey was approached by a bright, breezy young man who was selling incubators. The salesman gave Uncle Harvey the usual eloquent argu ments. There was not another such incubator to be found, the prices were remarkably low, and so on. Uncle Harvey did hot respond. The young . man talked himself out and made no impression. Finally he said: "You don't seem to appreciate these incubators." "No.V said Uncle Harvey. ' "But just think of the time they will save!" . 1 - Uncle Harvey gave him' one cold look and said: "What do you sup pose -I care for a hen's time?" HOW NOT TO CHARM HIM. Bhe railed at the man who had wooed her, because- ' , -. He was not such a man as another man was; She scolded him over the teacups and when The market went wrong she scolded again: She complained when he smoked, it was sinful, she said; v Bhe complained when he took up his paper. and! read; , . ' Each day she complained that his love had grown cold, - ... And she sighed to be loved as he loved her ' of old; ..." '. . -. - She envied her neighbors, and murmured;, ' "Ah me! ' Her husband still loves her! How happy I'd be ... To be loved as she is, to be cherished ' alas! How ou idols are broken, how soon the dreams pass!" Her neighbor, so blessed and so cherished, , ; had praise .: . Por him that so loved her; in many glad She showed that she thought Mm exalted She flattered hi'm fondly; she watched with, glad eyes To eee .him approaching, to greet him at night: She brought his cigar and she gave him a . - light: When he made a mistake, as the wisest may do. , ' ' It was never hi fault, that she told him .- she knew. . . She was satisfied just as he was; she would Have him changed by the very least tittle or jot, .- - And through days that were fair and v through days that were gray She loved and was loved and went slng . ing away. . ,. .. There Is nothing mofe sure, more absolute than That no woman can scold love into a man. S. E. Klser, in Chicago Record-Herald. I A STOWHWRV THIS day had finished the loading of the .vessel for her trip across the ocean, and now, as the sun 'was siliking behind the shrouds of the ship, to the west, the stevedores filed in front of the officer who was check ing off and paying for the hours they had worked. As they received their money the stevedores passed across to the wharf, or stopped for a few minutes' , con versation with each other or with some, of the sailors who chanced to be near. One of. .them ' dropped unnoticed through a hatchway , and slipped back into the hold where , the! freight.had been stowed. Then he made his way amoner the boxes and .bales. until he came to a narrow apace which had evi dently been left by design, for it was long enough for a man to stretch, at full length in ifc,: and contained water, and 'crackers . Enough to. - keep off starvation f o a week or ten days.' After the young (stevedore" had crawled into it he drew a. case in; front of the' opening to prevent discovery ! by a possible! prowler' or inspector,, of the Then he made himself, as comforta ble as ,he; could ini the, narrow 6pac?,; and chuckled , at the prospect of reaclri ing. Southf' Ametioa wit6tit; eosti 'He--thought exultantly of 'what; nrwbuld do when he goV there and Of Mother: strange lands he would visit before re turning home.'; 'v.Thre( wasV nc sense in i people . spending money, to travel when a little shrewdness and a bold face would answer just as well. He had three dollars in his pocket, the sum paid him on deck a half hour before, but that was as much as. he usually had ahead these days.' ' He had given xip work, except in case of ne cessity; and even the three dollars Would not have ' been earned had not this trip to , South America been planned as part of the gain. For an hour he remained awake, lis tening xto the sounds on deck and ex ulting in his own shrewdness ; then, weary with the day's labor, his head leaned ' forward and he sank into ... a sound sleep. Late the next evening the vessel was to begin her voyage, and during the early part of the day his atteniibn was occupied by the sounds of passengers coming on board, and of baggage and the last consignments of freight being stowed away.,? But at length listening became monotonous, and even his own thoughts, exultant though they were, grew- wearisome. He was not accus tomed to being alone, or to self -communing. During the past few. years, when not asleep, he had generally been with boon companions on a street cor ner, or with'themin some mischief. He tried to keep up his interest in the sounds on deck, and to think of the fun ahead of him instead of the past. : But he could not ; it all kept surging over him, again and again, and when he would thrust it away it re turned only more strongly and persist ently. Yet he was not leaving much, after all, he told himself grimly; he had not had a home for three years,: he had no position, no home, no pros pects; ; even the boon companions would scarcely inquire after or regret him. In all the world there was only just one who believed in and trusted him; and he had not seen her for three years. There had been months when he had not even thought of her or of the rocky little farm which he had left because it was too slow. She had never doubted him for a mo ment, or ceased to think of the time when he was to provide lovingly for her old age. When some of his worst escapades had been reported she had smiled wistfully, but hopefully. "Sam my's young," she had said, "an doesn't realize. He's a good boy, an' will do better when he's older. Him and me's goin' to live together ag'in some time; he'll be layin' by for it pretty soon." ' Something swelled in the young man's throat as he. remembered how many times he had heard her say that,v and how many times he had declared, in moments of boyish repentance, that' he was, going to take care of her when Zi was a man. Even after he left he had once written home that he was "goin to git some money laid by pret ty soon." All through these three years she had written regularly and lovingly, and though he had answered only briefly and ,at long intervals, her faith in him had not for an instant wav ered. Even now he had a letter in his pocket, received three days before, and not yet opened. , ' Dqfh bete, in ihe-vdJitioXtbje.holdJl tone, with everything he had known about to be left behind, his heart had suddenly grown tender and sore. It might be years before he would see the gentle old face again, and at the thought his fingers reached for the letter and drew it out softly and ten derly. But it was already dark in the hold, and he could not see. For a moment he stroked it re morsefully, then he pushed -. the case aside and groped his way out among the boxes and bales. He would seek the hatchway or ; some place where there was light enough to read the letter. He must find out what the old mother had to say. For an hour there had been the final sounds of departure overhead, but he had not noticed. As he went forward, however, he was conscious of a peculiar sensation of rising and falling, which told him that the ship was under way. ' jV . , i . , The hatch wav was not c1ra1 : Knt even then it would have been too j dark but for a light somewhere above, which sent a dull shaft into ' the hold. - In this he opened the let- ter and read: r . ' , .- i "Dear Sammy: I'm down with the rheu matics, , and the doctor says 'twill be a long time 'fore I'm out. .The nabors are good, but they can't leave their own work an' do mine. I'm ; feared, Samhiy, if you don't come, the farm will have to be sold. 'Taln't worth much, but I can't look out for it any more. But don't feel bad, dear boy. If you-can't - come. - It's only rheu matics I've got. Ever your lovin' mother." V The young man choked; there was an unmistakable , sob. ' ; In : a moment he had . clambered up the ; hatchway, A few passengers were standing' near the rail xr lounging about, but no officers were In sight. It was nearly dark. Slipping back to the stern of the vessel, which was almost deserted, the young man glanced about warily. The wharves were a mile away and Jwere ' shadowy outlines, but he did not mind that, for he was a strong swimmer and a bold one.; What he feared, was a frustration of the plan which had suddenly formed in his mind. ( No one was watching him, however, and presently' grasping a rope he swung himself over the side, 'and from the end of the rope he dropped into . the water. ' , ' , - .. Two hours later he drew himself up on one of the wharves, nearly ex hausted, but with a look on his face that had not been there for years, "Now for home,", he said,,, aloud; "straight for home." Then he disap peared in the shadow of the great warehouses. N. Y. Times GOLD IN HORSE'S TEETH. Valuable Equine Are Placed fn the . Hands of Deutlt for Careful Treatment. ti- ! , ' ; The latest animal' to receive the seri ous attention of the dentist is the horse. Already quite a number of val uable1 animals, such as racing and trot ting ; horses, have had their damaged molars attended to and ; when they smile display glittering gold teeth. ' An operation in horse dentistry is interesting to witness, -says the New York Fressy K No man has had more ex-, perience. in this - unique profession than Dr. Maher. who has attended to over 250 cases during the I last two years. Let us follow the proceedings in the case of a racing mare that re cently arrived at the doctor's'office to be operated upon. She was put in a box stall, and in the passageway outside her door two grooms quickly placed a table with dental instrument a dazzling . array of nickel-plated tools. - L r The dentist in a white coat ap peared. He took up one of the instru ments. 1 It had an ebony handle and four bars of nickel, "working on ; a ratchet, which crossed one another so as: to form a hollow square that grew,' by the turning of a screw, little, or .big. " ' ' ' : . "This is a speculum," said the den tist,, and he set it to the proper size. It fitted upon the animal's back teeth and held her mouth wide ..open,.' af fording a good view of all that lay within. 5 A groom : todk : hold of the speculum's handle with one hand and Of the mare's tongue with the other, and the dentist examined the damaged teeth. . ': . "A splinter must come off here," he said, and he took up an. instrument two feet , long, scissors-shaped, and With cutting edges that were sawlike. This was a cutter, ait?5on beingapplied to the tooth it snapped off the splinter as though it had been chalk. , t 'Among the silver glitter of the den tal instruments,, on the table, an, elec tric battery buzzed. . The surgeon fixed to one of its wires a drill, and.instant ly a burr of steel upon the end of the drill began to revolve with the cur rent's force as fast as a circular 'i saw. He applied the drill to the tooth. With a humming sound it ; dug its way through the torn enamel, making it in a moment quite regular and smooth. The dentist cleansed the tooth thor oughly with hot air blown from a syringe. Then he took up in a forcips a morsel of dental gold. This malleable metal he pounded tight- into the cavity and added more and more to it, mold ing the gold as it grew, till finally the tooth had gained its proper size and shape. It was then filed smooth and polished, to a certain brilliance, and the operation was over. . The Monument Was a Misfit. A stately granite shaft had been erected in the cemetery of a' Massa chusetts town in memory of a matt Whose life had been anything but praiseworthy. None the less the, monument was one of the sights to be shown to a stranger,' and one day a -former resident of the town who had been away for many years re turned and was taken to see the granite obelisk. He was no stranger' to the faults and failings of the man whom it eulogized with its gilded in scription, and after silent contempla tion of the shaft on all sides he said: Well, if it's for goodness it's too big, and if it's for badness it's not big enough.". New Haven Chronicle. TO CURE A COLD IN "ONE DAY , Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it falls to , cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 23c, Hot Air Like Hot Shot Melts Away Quickly and Does Not Amount to Much, BUT COLD FACTS LIKE COLD STEEL "CUTS ICE." We believe that telling ' the bare, honest facts - and having the gqo'ds to back them up wins out in the end. . So we shall continue to put out honest goods at "hon est prices, tell the honest truth about them and trust", the public will appreciate our efforts with a continua tion of the good patronage we have received " in the past , .r : . , ' . , That's Our Method: Colby-Shenvood Shoe Go. The H4 SOUTH JAW STREET. . QUALITY BEFORE QUANTITY. Last Week! was a red-letter week for. us and we are making this a red-letter week for you by selling the best TRUNKS, UM BRELLAS. DRESS SUIT CASES and BAGS at ridiculously low prices, one third of their cash value; it svill pay you to come and see us this time. UMBRELLAS RECOVERED AND ' - REPAIRED. ' with the best Gloria Silk in: a first class manner from 65c up. Warranted for best' wear for one year. Be aware that we manufacture all our own goods and will save you half of your money. Remember the placet 179 Bank, corner Grand street. ' j t ,' Waterbury Umbrella, and. Trunk IT r. Trunks and Bags repaired at low prices. . ' Bxoctly RigHt Shirts," Collars and Cuffs that have passed through our hands, The ques tion of finish is one of the most , im portant features of proper laundry work. Not enough gloss for some, too much for others. We finish either do mestic or gloss. Improved methods have so Improved the work that we believe it impossible to attain better results. All goods handled with care and with consummate skill. , y Home Steam Laundry A. J. COONEY, Prop'r. . 277 BANK STREET. 1 THE FAMOUS LITTLE FILLS. For quick relief from Biliousness, Sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Jaun 'dice, Dizziness, and all troubles aris ing from an inactivbrluggish liver, DeWltt's Little Early Risers are un equalled.' T 1 " ' ,. rv. " They act promptly and never grips. They are so dainty that it is a pleasure to take them. One to two act as a mild laxative; two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic. They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless. 1 They tonic the liver. FRBPAItED ONLY BY E. C. DeWitt & Ci., Chicago For sale by J. B. Ebbs, 371 East Main st. Horse Shoeing AND GENERAL BONE IS FIRST CLASS SHAPS : AT E.N.Blakeslee's 160 Meadow Strast. ,.- Wa " Ting-a-Ling ! Umbrellas to Mend." That is .what you had to wait for, but the itinerant um brella, mender is no longer in "lienor csKJa . -. '' . i . ' - The Up-to-Date Umbrella mm m 1 v . .'-.., , manutactunng 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.soeciaity. of safe work. .... .,39'Phoenlx Avenue, - . Opposite Armory. ARTHUR G. AUGER unaenaKer hfiiDainier and Fu neral Director ; 574 SOUTH: MAIN STBEET, . . .. ' Waterbury, Cenn. , Residence and Night Call, 80 Weil Clay street ,'''' " , Telephone ' PENMANSHIP KmWfi Teaches every pnpll to write a floe rapid, business hand, in a courso ot 19 private lessons and no failure. All kinds of pen work executed la tha kiguest defcreeof art. j ; ; ' 167- BANK ; STItEET. A People's Market ' 21 Phoenix Avenue. S. BOHL, Proprietor. , Chickens, Capons, ', j Broilers, Squabs, Ducks, Turkeys, Fowl, Newport and Deerf oot Farm Sau . . ' sage, ' , '( Head Lettuce, ' Ce'ery, Parsley,' Cress, ( Spinach, ' m. -White Onions, ' Parsnips; Turnips, . Green Beans, , Bermuda Potatoes, Fresh Eggs, "The Beer That's Th9 Heilmann Brewing Go's : GOODS ABE STANDARD GOODS. They are as good as the best and that's good enough. The additional ;. equipment la the bottling department gives , us ample facilities for prompt service in the family trade. Our bottled goods are among the -bandsomefef on the market ana wiu piease pom eye anu paiaie. The Special Dark Munch ner Is nicer than ever, Telephone 310. . , BUTTERMILK by tbe glass, quart or barrel Good for kidney troubles or weals, , stoinach. J. E. WATTS. 150 south f.Tala St. DRESCHER & KEIL CAIPBi Plcl Bros Real German Lager ttecr oa Drangbt.,. Fine LuncSi, 67 East Main Et, .Waterbury, r:- N .