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cS and. 40 Bank St.
We Give Ied Star
On IBriday. "
0-M0RR0W we'll give Vou just double the
regular number of Trading Stamps on alt
cash purchases. This will give those who
are Red Star Stamp Collectors an oppor
3 JO' "A
tunity to forge ahead in their collections and to
those who havn't started, we'd suggest that they
come here to-morrow, get a booK, and we'll start
you off with double the number stamps you'd get
any other time, ' ,
'Tis Nvell to keep1 your eye on this
Men's Depaftment of burs. Some new
thing for the' men is being continually
brought forward and on the staple ar
ticles you'll find prices always a little
lower than, elsewhere'"--
men's negligee shirts at 48c
' . - each. ' : ; .
Very stylish patterns, every one of
- them; some look as swell asthe .
$1 kinds in these neat stripe' and
v figured madras; others.,corne In ;
the cheviots, Penang ana percale, ,,
' in the light and dark colors, all
have cuffs to match,' price 48c each
"They're handsome enough to. suit ,
Building to be Tom Down and
We Must Vacate,
Having no store in sight we;must dispose of our stock at a
b!g sacrifice. Unredeerned Pledges at, ridiculously low prices.
Watches, gold filled cases, warranted for 20 years, Waltham
and Elgin5 movements, for $8 to $12 ; worth "$25 to $30. Wal-
tham and Elgin silver Watches
(new) $2.50 each. Everything
instruments, diamonds, etc., at
, '
loan. Come and see US.
M. : GREEN, 213 Bank St.
JUInoia Repnblioaii ConTenton Still
SPRINGPTELD, III,, ilay 19. It was
evident with the assembling of the
delegates o the Republican state con
, mention here that . the old stubborn
cess remained and there would be lit
tle change, in the voting for governor,
at least for a time. Still, it was known
that some, radical plans were discuss
ed at the conferences and strong meas
ures proposed to end the deadlock.
The strain is growing severed and it is
said that something must give , way
soon. ... 1 .
TTT1 y-n - II . V X 1. ''
vv iien vuairnian cannon caiiea me
convention to order some time elapsed
before he was able to suppress ' the
confusion in the hall and direct the
clerk to call the roll. ? ,
The forty-fourth ballot stood: Yates,
478; Lowden, 402V&; . Deneen, 436;
Hamlin, 113; Warner, 39-, Sherman, 2;
ipierce, 31.
?S.-tit Duty on Oar Roagh Lamber,
vAwuvn,u,i fi. u, aiay iu. All
the boards of trade in, ithe province
lave Hinited to send a strong delega-
ion to Ottawa to urge the government
place a duty on5 rough American
lumber coming into Manitoba from
i United States free. One thousand
prominent men all over' Canada have
een written to and asked for assist
ance in inducing the government to ex
Vct an American lumber duty. ,
- lt Sea Hon In Self Defense. '
r KANSAS CITY, May 19. Enraged at
he rush of the train, one of three sea
lions broke from a cage in a Wf ells
argo express car on the Atchison rail
road and attacked the messenger, who
Vas forced to shoot it to save his i life.
iW. H. May, the messenger, released
Iwo bulldogs, but they refused to at
tack the lion. The animal . weighed
)05 pouuds and was being taken from
jSan Francisco to New York; '
Favor Cleveland's Nomination.
Sterling Holt, James L. Keach, George
McDonald and other . Democrats who
"W. J. Bryan in 1896 and all of whom
,-were connected with the Gold Demo
cratic organization are headings a
movement which has for its object the
Bending of Cleveland Democrats to St.
!Louis to urge the tatter's nomination
for the presidency.. , " ' - '
Byiiamite Ship as Torpedo Boat. -
v WASHINGTON, May 19. On the
recommendation of the bureau of . ord
nance the dynamite ship Vesuvius
probably will be fitted out as a torpedo
ghip, equipped with submerged,, torpe
does, and will be. used to experiment
.with them, provided that the Vesuvius
can be put in suitable condition for
such service. , . : ' '
- Telephone 22.
Trading Stamps.
the taste of the most particular
man; well made shirts, too, being ..
as near perfection as 'tis possible , -
to get a shirt; these are inall , .
whites, with stripes and figures ,
and the nobby grays, cham-
; paghe and blue shades, in plain
and stripes, 98c each
New tans and grays in solid: col- t .'
. ors and embroidered spots and. ;
stripes, 7 v u :; - 12c to 25c a pair
The sale of ''Seconds" in the MEN'S,
going on; some of the sizes have been
closed out, but-there is still a fair as
sortment: '. . ,
The $1.50 quality at v 89c a suit
The $1 .quality at Q9c a smi
from 3 up. ;Eight day. clocks
ir the; line ; of jewelry, musical .
a large reduction.: - Money to
, . f . ,
. :' '
Republican Leaders With President.
i , WASHINGTON, May 19 Ex-dov-
ernor .Black of New .York, ex-Secretary
of ; War Root and Senator Lodge of
Massachusetts held a -conference wltlj
the president last night, ., at which j greatest hope of ; success take " the i
there was canvassed' matters connect- Hitiative - in the movement o restore
ed with the next national Republican, i peace. V - f X V-'1 Z
conventionand the subsequent election i,
campaign. Ex-Governor Black has
been definitely selected to place Presi
dent Roosevelt in nomination, and his,
speech and one to be delivered by Mr.
Root are expected to sound the keynote
of the Republicans. Mr. Black will
leave here today in the forenoon for
New York. : . x., .;. .-. , ,' " ; , :, ' N .
New York Capitalists at Pittsburg.
PITTSBURG, May; 19. John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., and a party of , New
York capitalists have arrived, here as
the guests of, -A. J. Cassatt, president
of (the Pennsylvania .railroad. r.TheJ'
were later turned over to. Henry C.
Frick, who will show them the ?itjv
Mr. Frick has bought some of the best
land in the lower part of the city. It !
has been reported that the land will be
used by the Pennsylvania railroad for
additional terminal facilities. " .
; Dynamited. Postoffice Safe. ,
RICHMOND," Va.. . May 19. A. Suf
folk' special says "Burglars before
daybreak , dynamited the safe , of ' the
Beamon (Va.) postoffice and obtained
about $100 in stamps, besides the-cash.
.The door of A. E. Wilroy's store, -where
, the office ia kept, was opened
with a skeleton key. The safe was
blown into several pieces."
Divorce In Maine. . s
" PORTLAND,' Me., May' 19. In his
address at the annual convention of
the Maine Episcopal diocese here Bish
op Robert . Codman laid particular
stress on the prevalence of divorce in
the state. He said that during the past
jre&T there had been one divorce to ev
ery seven marriages in Maine., ;.:
. Roosevelt Has Pardoned Ortes.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn:, 'May 19 R.
Ortez, the Porto Rico murderer serving
a life sentence at Stillwater prison, has
been pardoned by President Roosevelt.
Mo reason for the pardon is given. . '
; ? .Onlr One Bishop Elected.
LOS ANGELES, -Cal.; May 19." The
Methodist general conference here vot
ed for, eight bishops, .but : elected only
one, Joseph F. Berry, editor of the Ep
worth Herald, who received more than
twothirds of the 1 entire vote cast on
the first 'ballot. "" One other ballot v$as
taken, but the result of. this is not
known. ''.o--A"
-. . Lyons' Sentenced to Hans;. .;
NEW. ORLEANS, May 19. Lewis
W. Lyons, convicted of the murder 'of
District' Attorney 1. Ward Guerley,:
has been sentenced to be hanged. Ly-?
t&ns' attorneys will appeal the case. '
American Peace Society In
,; ; Session at Boston.
United States Sets a Bad Example la
; iJVaval Expenditure Ovlr Govern
. s r xaent Urged to Intervene at
. . .jtne First Opportunity.
BOSTON, May 19. "To i extend and
complete for the whole civilized" world
as speedily as possible,, the .pacific institutions-
which are ultimately to dis
place war and' establish' universal and
permanent peace" is , the ambition of
the ' American Peace society, ' as kn
nounced In its seventy-sixth annual
meeting, held here; with Robert Treat
Paine presiding.- ' 71 1 '.;
' In the annual report of the .directors J
Secretary Benjamin E. Trueblood de
scribed the year as one of unexampled
interest In the cause of international
peace- and of . remarkable progress in
the development andorganization of
the principle of arbitration among na
tions. Referring to the 'future, the re
port says there Is justification for the
friends of peace to cherish large hope
for the final and complete" triumph of
their cause at no very remote day."
On the subject of armaments'the di
rectors 'say: : - 1 ' y ' ',rv '" v ; -V '
7 "The serious and 'increasingly press
ing problems of checkiug the growth of
the armaments of the world and , of
their reduction from the present ruinous-
and perilous proportions remains
as yet practically, untouched. , , ;
"In the matter of naval increase our
own government is setting a. very bad
and dangerous example. The estimates
for the navy the coming year amount
to nearly $100,000,000. In eighteen
years the naval budget has increased
700 per cent. The population of the
country has during , the same time inr
creased but 50 per cent and its wealth
only 100 per ceif We are at the pres
ent moment building more1 war vessels
than any , other country except Great
Britain.',' . . . - , , ' -.
The annual election of officers result
ed in the re-election of the following:
President, Robert Treat; Paine i secre
tary, ; Dr.; Benjamin F: Trueblood;
treasurer Thomas H. Russell,, all of
this city. With Rev Dr. Edward Evr ,
erett Hale of Boston at the head of the
list, mor"e than thirty vice-presidents
were chosen, every -section, of , the Unit
ed States being represented. ! . ' V
The following resolution ijt reference
fo the war between "Russia' and Japan,
was unanimously adopted: v ' ,
"The' deplorable ; war Yii the far east
upon territory to which neither of the
contestants has ,; any ; Just claim. It
ought torrid now. ' v .., -. v
"T.he continuance of hostilities must
inevitably produce . great, loss of life
SiaSS Set
the future, a legacy, of animosity and
distrust between the two countries will
be left behind which will hinder the
growth of true civilization in that re
"Thev civilized .world is everywhere
! affected by the conflict both in its
moral and material Interests and is ,
therefore entitled to be heard in the
matter.; '.t, . ',: , ' v.-J ,'.'v.
"The, United States, - because" of its
and sincere friendship for both
the belligerents, is the power which
can most appropriately aud with the
" 'Our government is therefore urged
to seize the first opportune mom enti to
offer ' mediation to the belligerents, ei
ther alone or in connection with v the
powers, : as provided for' in section 2.
article 3, of The Hague convention,
with a view to bringing about an end
of hostilities ' and the re-establishment
of peace on conditions that will make
it permajient and guarantee for the fu-.
ture all the legitimate rightsand inter
ests of both nations and of the whole
civilized world." I
W.! Lonnsbnry Dropped Dead,'.
' PORT CHESTER, .'"N. Y., May 19.
John W." Lounsbury, the aged million;
aire, banker, politician and phllaiitliro
pist, of Port Chester and a friend of
John D. Rockefeller, dropped dead on
his return home from a drive here. He
had just alighted from his carriage
and - fell- lifeless at the feet . of his
coachmanV .- Mt. Lounsbury, who was
eighty years old, had, been a Repub
lican leader in Westchester county for
fifty years. " . ' ; ,
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' Cyclone at Williams burg, Va. ;.
. RICHMOND, Va., May 19. A sps
cial from - Williamsburg, Va., says a
cyclone has struck that town, doing
much damage. ' The root of one house. ,
was Diown away ana lanaea a quar
ter . of a mile " from l where it 11 was
torn off; , The main street is filled with
treetops from one end to the other.
One' man, Thomas McCracken, was in
jured. :. :);
' Accused Will Take the Stand.
BEDFORD', Ind., May 19. James
McDonald, charged with ' the murder
of Sarah Schafer,. will today take the
witness stand in his own. defense. Sev
eral witnesses testified to having, left
Miss Schafer eating her supper in the
dining room of her boarding house
ten minutes before she walked, one
"block past the alley after which she
was not seen alive again. . ; j .
i .' - New Forester Officials.
LYNN, Mass.; May 19 At the ses
sion of the grand court of Foresters of
America these officers .were elected:
Grand chief, ranger, Edward B.
O'Brien, .Lynn: grand subchief ranger,
Patrick J. Brown,, Springfield; grand
treasurer, .William J, Mountahi, Gard
ner; gran4 secfetary, James J. Gal
lagher, Lowell. . r' ''-.' ,
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: Saf a-el-Bahr at " Leghorn; ' :l
LEGHORN, Italy, May 19. The
American steam yacht Safa-el-Bahr,
with her owner Captain Francis L.
Leland of the New York Yacht club,
ftftd party onboard.bs .arrived here.. .
Parian of South River and "Pret
tiest Girl" Are Mlsslngr.
Never before have the social and re
ligious circles of South River, a quiet
little hamlet about five miles out of
here, sustained such a shock as they
received when the word went around
fhat the Rev. J, F. Cordova, pastor of
the First Methodist Episcopal church,
who has left a wife and .family, was
missing from his home and that Julia
Browne, called by some "the prettiest
girl in all New j Jersey," was being
sought for by hor father.
Following the mysterious disappear
ance of the pair, there came the story
of " a wild automobile chase over the
country roads made by- Mr. Browne
and a friend, of clewjj picked up only
to be lost again and of the return of
the disconsolate father. The police of
allythe towns and cities of the state
have been notified to watch for the
clergyman and the girl. The authori
ties of New York city have been in
formed of the disappearance.
Child ' Got Back Her Pencil.
NEW YORK, May 19. Surgeons of
St. Catherine's hospital have extracted
from the palm of ninc-ysr-old Rosalie
Xayko's hand a sharp pointed slate
pencil, two and a half inches long,
which the child swallowed in January.
The child lives at 195 Montrose street,
Williamsburg. Immediately after she
swallowed the pencil the family phy
sician vainly endeavored to locate it.
There were no ill effects, and the pencil
was, forgotten. . Her hand began to
swell yesterday, and her mother took
her to the hospital. Dr. Wood made
an incision and, to the mother's aston-,
ishment, the pencil was revealed.
' " Downey - Was Too Late, s
TACOMA, Wash., May 19. Praying
for his wife and child, penning them
an affectionate letter and executing his
will, Fireman Downey, pinioned be
neath the massive weight of ; his en
gine suffering extreme agony and con
scious .of his approaching death, was
the, :cal'mest , of the' crowd that wit
nessed the; pathetic scenes following
the wreck of the Great Northern flier
at Mhriroe, last night. When the crash
came the 'engineer reversed and jump
ed, clearing the wreckage, but Downey
was an instant too late. : -
Russian Jew For New York.
COPENHAGEN, May 19. Russian
emigration by why of Copenhagen Is
increasing. Three hundred ' Russian
Jews have left for New York, and lar
ger parties are expected to sail within
he next few weeks; 4v
Acts like a charm; I am greatly
; impressed with it as a builder.
Dr .. J M. ; Hardy, Whipple,
' Ohio. ' ;. y--y-'-: .
All Druggists 25c, 50c; $1.
fire alarm:
Cor South Main ailff Jiaua sta.
6 Scovill Manufacturing Co (P.)
. , 6--Cor Bridg and Magiil Bta. ;
7 Exchange Place.
12 Rogers & Bio (P.) ,
13-Corx East Main and Niagara 'ata.
14 Cor East Main and Wolcott road.
15 Cor Cor High and Walnut sts. ,
16 Cor Fact Main and Cherry sts.
17 Cor East Main and Cole sts.
21 Cor North Elm and Kingsbury sts
23- Burton street engine house.
24-vWaterbury Manufacturing Co (P)
25 JCor North Main and North sts.
.2(5 Cor Buckingham and Cooke sts.
27 Cor Grove and Prospect st.
28 Cor Hillside aveiiiiu and Pine sts,
, 29 Cor Iudlow and N. Willow sts.
31 Cor Banto and Grand sts.
S2 Cor Riverside and Bank sts.
R4Cpr W. Main and Watertown rd.
85 Conn R'y & L't'g Co. car h'se (PJ
Wterbury Bra ss Co 'Pi
87 Cor Cedur and Meaoxtw sts.
88 Cor Crand and Field st.
42 Cor South Main and Clay sts.
43-New England Wtch Oo (P
45 Benedict & Rurnhnm Mfg Co. (P)
4ft Waterbury Buckle Co. (P)
47 Cor S. Main and WaslUngtoi sts.
M Cor Bnlclwln and JRlver ste.
52 Cor Franklin nnfl Union st.
53 Waterburv Clock Co, case fac.fP)
54 Cor Clay and Mill s.
r.V C!or TJhfi;tv nnd River sts
P7 No 5 hose E'oum.-'
"58 Cor Baldwin ?md Stone Rts.
r,o Cor Doolittle alley nnd Dublin sts
72 Cor Wpst Main and Willow sts.
; 73 North Willow st cor Hillside.
74-JCf.r Johnson and Wnterville ?ts.
'142 Wolcott st. beyond Howard.
102 Cor.Enst Main and Welton nts.
173 East Main street, opposite Poll's
512 The Piatt Bros Co. CP)
yi Pjortimotid Buckle Co.. fP)
t14 -Wntprhnry Clock Co n'v'ffnc fP)
21f for Vorh Mnfn finfl Omve sts.
2rsilCor Ronn T Hill and Wnrd sta.
JQi -Tunction Cooke pnd N. ,Mn!n sts.
201 Cor Abbott and Phoenix avenues.
572 Grove, bet Central & FTormes ars.
R11S. N. E. Telephone do building (P
812 Cor. Bank -nnfi ""leadow sts.
813 Randolph &. Clowes (P)
814 Plume & Atwoo9 fP)
jjin American Rlnc Co. (P) -1RElectrlc
Light Station (P)
R18 Holmes. Bootb&,Haydens fPJ
821 No 4 Hose House.,
R23 Cor Washington are porter sts
824 Cor Charles arsfl Porter sts.,
825 Cor Simons st A Washlnarton arsi,
871 City Lumber & Coal Co. (P)
412 Trncjf Bros (F)
432 Cor Liberty and S. Main sts.
451Steel & Johnson Mfg Co. (PJ
582 Cor Baldwin and Rje sts.
(P) Private. v,'- ;
'!' SIGNALS. !'
. 1. One stroke calls superintendent
to the City hall.
f 1-1. Two strokes. Are out. recall.
1-1-1.--Three strokes. 12 m. 9p.m.
- l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l. Ten strokes quick
111 Indicate a general alarm and will
nil the entire .force into service,
The Democrat subscription is $5
per year and If paid In advance a dis
count of 10 per cent is allowed. Or
those preferring to take advantage of
our magazine offer . can v have the
.Woman's Home Companion, a maga
zine . that ranks with tne best sent
to their address free of charge. Bills
are sent to subscrrirs at the begin
ning of the term, so that those who
wish can take advanta of the offer.
Learn to Dance
at Miss Nellye T. Reed's Private
Dancing Academy, 110 Bank street.
Three classes weekly. Beginners al
ways starting. Terms, 12 class les
sons, $4. Four private and six class
lessons, $5 Six private lessons, $5.
This Dancing Academy will be open
all summer.
Last cla
'Thursday evening, May 5 th, 1904.
Keep Your Eye qn . This Space
and Your Mind on Magner.
and you will always be money ahead.
I am offering some large bargains in
Crockery. Cups and Saucers, all first
quality, at 59c. per, doz; G, 7 and 8
incb Plates 42c, 4Sc and 5Gc per doz;
Fine China Cups and Saucers on our
9c counter; 10 and 12 quart Dish Pans
at 9c; the price's I 'am " offering on
Agate Ware are low, a 14 quart Agate
Cooking, Kettle, first quality, 59c; 4
quart Kettles. 6 quart, 8 quart, at 15c,
19c and 23c (and 33c and four coated.
And I have lost 20 pounds trying to
put out Hardware fast enough, and
cannot supply the trade. I refuse to
advertise Hardware for two weeks. I
need a rest.
Magner's N. Y. Bargain House
Cheapest Store, on Earth.
before, ydu would like to buy. Tow,
70u should. Soon., you must.
We are "bed founders." ' All our
lives we have worked at the making
of beds. It's a business of itself. The
making is an art, the selling not so im
portant, but essential still.,
We make Mattresses of every con
ceivable material now in popular use.
We buy large and sell correspondingly
small. Just in price, you know. Will
yOU DleaSft emmlna mr atonfe- hofnri.
! you comoromiso vonrself ? w hat
We also have all the best makes of
Boston Mattress Co.
250-272 EAST MAIN ST.
Telephone 185-5. 1
3H. P. Motor Cycle.
After May 1st. $175;
Sold under. a guarantee. It will
pay to investigate. Parts and re
newals furnished at short notice. ,
, P. J. Horgan, Agent
Watcrbury Hardware Go
Open evenings till 6:30. Wednesday
and Saturday 10 p. m. Call or write.
Soft and Fluffy Blankets
are the result of all good housekeep
ers. Ordinary laundering fails to pro
duce this desired result. The blankets
should be sent where this class of
work is a specialty. It receives the at
tention of those skilled in achieving
satisfactory results. Pure water and
pure soap aTe the cleansing agents
used here. All laundry work is well
done, and lace curtains receive our spe
cial 'attention during house cleaning
time. ' .
Home Steam Laundry
277 Bank street. Telephone.
A. J. COONEY. Prbp'r.
A Breakfast Cereal. Twice Cooked, A Perfect food
for YOUNG and OLD, SICK and WELL. Once used
always used. .
8c Package.
The White-Siiiiirnoes
L lb 11 M L
ders and collars, hair cloth front and entire suit
sewed with silK, also men's Scotch effects and
fancy worsteds, darll and light colors, single and
double breasted styles, not one suit in the lot worth
less than $12. Sale starts Saturday, May 7th.
;.49 BSU THE MODERN, $1.98
C L. Summer & Co., 144
Great Mid Season Sale of Shoes at the Original Boston
Family Shoe Store, $10,000 worth of Shoes, all iiew
Seasonable Goods, guaranteed Sold at
Less Than Cost.
$2.50. . '
550 pairs "Men's Shoes, vic kid.
box calf and patent colt, hand
sewed soles, $3.50 and ' $4
grade, sale price $2.59. . ;
v- '.'"V:-.""-. $i.42. v
Men's fine satin calflined leather
Shoes, regular ; value $2, sale
pi-ice $1.42.
A lot of Boys' and Men's satin
1 calf and heavy working Shoes,
regular value $1.40, ale price
,:' 95c.
: ' $1.35. . i '
Women's high grade Shoes and
Oxfords, all up to date styles,
Bargains Changed from day to day, at
155-157' Sbuth IVloin Street.
Originator of Painless Dentistry,
- Teeth extracted and tilled pain"
jessly for the most nervous and.
jeiicate people, especially those
wno nave Heart or lung trouble.
OO -
That there , are few laundries fo
the tfafe that are as well equipped as
that it is excelled by none. Our up-to-date
plant and skillful help make
.this the ideal place to have your work
done. No acids or other injurious
agencies that have a tendency to injure
your clothe- are allowed to be. used in
our establishment. Consequently while
all our work is first class, your gar
ments will last much longer. Give us
a trial if you are not already a patron
Branch offl'-e. 67 Orand itrwl
$2.50 Per Case of 3
Wholesale and Retail.
for men's and young men's all
wool blacK clay worsted suits,
warranted fast color, ecu 5
made with hand padded shoul
South Main Street, Wateroary.
originally sold for
price $1.35.
' ' . 69c.
$2, . sale
About 550 pairs of Ladles' fine
Shoes and Oxfords, broken
sizes, $1.50 to $3- value, bar-'
; gain table sale price 69c.
1 69c, 89c AND $1.25.
Youths' solid leather and vici kid
Shoes, regular $1, $1.25 and
$1.75 value, sale pnee $1.25,
89c and 69c. .
55c AND 65c.
A lot of Misses' and Children's
Shoes, regular value 75c and
$1, sizes 9 to 2, sale price 65c
and 5c.
Teeth Without Plates $3.00
Pure Gold Fillings , $1.00 up
Teeth Cleaned 50o
Solid- Gold and Porcelain
Crowns $3.00
Sliver Fillings ., 5O0
All work Guaranteed for IO Years
PT TT T C Guaranteed
A,r-r to fit or no
Call and we will be pleased to carefully ex
amine your teeth without charge and tell v"
exao'4y what It would oost to put them m per-
oondltion without a puriiole of pain.
8, Suudays
We are now taking orders for next
winter. By placing your order
now you will save money.
Window Screens,
We have the agency for the
best on the market. Call at our
office and see them before pur
chasing. f Orders can be leftat WILSON'S
Street. 1
Watcrbury Lumber &
Goal Co. :
77 to 107 Meadow St
Wire and Metal Goods
JP. . Freight and Express. Address
Onkvilla. Conn. Telegraph Addrt't
Waicrbury. Cum New York OtUc
fc Reward Utri-
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