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The- Proper - Thing YOUNG MEN, we call your attention to our Russet Grain, Water proof, Picadilly Bluchers. These SHOES are made upon the latest and most ap proved lasts, and are faultless in fit and finish, and sine to suit the most fastidious. Damon & Shippy One Price Cash Shoe Store. African Building, 129 Bank Street Ths Finest Wall Paper Store In Now England. Wall Facers in immense variety from the i-h.-iipHtit to the highest grades. Window Shades at bottom prices. R.xun Mouldings in endless variety. Painting and all kinds of interior dee orating executed by experienced work nidi. We guarantee the best service with the lowest prices. Telephone call 173-3. The L. F. Haase Co., Pai' ters and Decorators, and whole sale Mini retail d-alers in Wall Ta p.rx. H "in M Hidings and Window Shades I ftH-C.O lilUMI H r . iii Hsp'l-t Church A House of 16 Rooms Which will accommodate three families If required. The place is surrounded with various kin Is of choice fruit trees, and the peaceful dwellers are 'supplied with both fruit and shade as they recline with ease and comfort on the vaianda of their house. The place is situated in the choicest part of Walnut street and will be sold very cheap, because the owner wishes to build a store on a lot owned by him In the center. There is no sign on the place. It must he fold private Inquire at D. H. TIERNEY'S Real Estate Offioe 167 Bank Street. The Comet frightened many people, but that scare was nothing to the fright our competitors are in since the "World" began to circu late among lovers of fine ctgara. My "Little Pride' of Waterbnry is the best 5o cigar i n town. Do not be misled. Insist on having "Little Pride." If you cannot get I t where yon call for it, oome to head quarters. Large stock of holiday goods, Smokers articles in abundance. NL H. WAAS, 230 South Main St. Sleds, Skates, Ice Scrapers, Weather Strips, Snow Shovels, Ste e I S n o w S h o ve Is. F. B. Field, 85 South Main St 35. FURS Must Be Closed Out, Immense Sacrifice $7 00 Marten Muffs at $3.50 Axtrachan Muffs at $5.00 Capes at $7.50 French Coney Capes at $10 00 Canada Seal Capes at 5.38 $3 GO $2.09 $5.48 $7.48 EST" Great brg,iins in all Fur Goods. HAWLEY & CO, Exchange Place Hatters and Furnishers. DON'T --GET- STUCK By paying a big pr'ce for a cheap trap of a piano ot irresponsible and unreliable agents, but buy a WEBER or SHON INGER PIANO and get your money's worth. We sell none but the best and at low prices and easy terms. B. Shoninger & Co, 175 Hank Street. J. II. CHRISTIE, Manager. To The Trade. Doerr, Hellmin & Co Have a Choice Stock of Wines, Brandies, Gins, Rums, suitable for the holiday trade. All the popular brands of Whiskeys. Orders solicited and promptly filled. 48-50 Grand St. Special Bargains. Wine Olasses, 8o each UIuhd Spoonholders. Sc eBoh (J lass Double Kirif Caps, 8.' each Ulass Butter DMies, 9o each Half Dozen (tablets. 28c Dinner I'lates. 4C each China Moustache Cup ami Saucer 13c Waterbury 5 aid 10 Cent Store, 181 So Main Mreet. THAT COUGH Can be cured by using our COLTSFOOT BALSAM Which has no equal for the relief of coughs, volds,hoarse mss or any affection of the throat. Any physician's pre scriptions compounded. M. F. Daley & Co. DISPENSING DRUGGISTS. Try Witch Cream For chapped hands and face, also to use after shaving. Prescriptions a specialty. The pnpular drng store, Cor So Main and Washington Sts. GEO. M. LADD. Grand Street Bargain Store :re-:eje:n"eid TINWARE, WOODENWARE. Goods Way Down. No 8 'ash Boilers $1 25. Ten Cups and Saucers 75c. doz. Solid Zinc Wash Boards 25c, And lots of other b rgains. tW Give us a call. Grand Street Bargain Store, NO 9 GRIND STREET. Henry Greenberg. To my increasing business 1 have found it necessary to keep hacks on the street all th- ....... ..cicauci mi lini M II1W.V IIB 011110 at 1(16 nepot on the arrival snd departure of all trains Funerals and weddings promptly attended to All orders will recieve prompt attention. "W. i. -A.XJ STIN. S87 Hank Street. TRY Bass & Co's Barley Wine and Pale Ale, drawn from the wood. Van Nostrand Old Musty Ale on draught, with a choice line Wines, Liquors and Cigars, at the OPERA HOUSE Wine and Lunch Room 31 PHCENIX AVENUE. D. F. MACK. REWARD. Anybody who will call and inspect the Fine Line of Holiday Goods at at ASHEIM'S, will be amply reward ed for time spent The largest line in the city, consisting of Meerschaum Pipes, and Cigar and Cigarette hold ers, and Smokers Articles in general. Choice Cigars, 25 and 50 in box, especially for Christmas presents. Po lite attention given to ladies. Paul 4sheim. 188 Bank, next to Damon A Sblppv'a, THE WATEEBURY THE DUAL T0PEKAH0U8E Populists Propose a Plan to Settle the Trouble. THE GOVERNOR URGES ARBITRATION Itcpubliratia Considering; the Proposition Alntle by Tliair Opponents Populist House ltecognixnd by the Senate Bank er Kefuaa to Go on the State Treasurer's Bond Until the Matter Is Settled. Topeka, Kas., Jan. 14. The leading Populists have proposed a plan for settling the House squabble. The plan proposes that the Populists concede the legality of the Republican organization; prominent committees to be made up of equal numbers of Republicans and Populists and one Democrat; that no legislation bo enacted excepting the crea tion of a commission to consider all con test cases and report to the House its findings, which shall be final and con clusive; the membership of the House, after having been determined, to decide which set of presiding officers shall offi cial e. The plan further provides that contest ing members shall be allowed to vote on the plan and have a voice in the selection of the arbitration commission. The Republicans have not yet accepted the plan. The Populist House of Representatives was recognized yesterday by the Senate. The recognition by the Senate came by Lieut. Uoveruor Daniels, when Chief Clerk Rich of the Populist House ad dressed him with a message from the House and It was received. Senator Scott (Hep.) appealed from the decision of the Lieut. -Governor, and the latter's action was sustained by a vote of 23 to 10. Tay lor (Pop.) and O'Brien (Dem. Pop.) voted with the Republicans. W. H. Biddel, State Treasurer elect, has not yet been qualified, and all at tempts to make good his bond have proved unavailing. The trouble in the Legislature has frightened his bondsmen so that several of them have already withdrawn their names. Bankers have positively refused to go on the bond while the present unsettled condition exists. The Republican Treasurer, Stover, who holds over, has reopened his ac counts, all of which bad been olosed to be in readiness for the transfer of the office. Gov. Lewelling seems to regret his recognition of the Populist House for he now refuses to bring about the logical sequence of his action and that of the Senate by removing the Republicans from Representative Hall, and is exerting all his inlluence towards securing arbitration of the dilliculty. DESPERATE GERMAN MINERS. They Attack the Overseers and Are Re pulsed Uy Troops. Berlin, Jan. 14. Driven to despera tion by the futility of their strike, which promises to result disastrously for many of the men who have taken part in it, several hundred of the miners at Dort mund made an attack upon the overseers of the Schlke pits. Trouble had been anticipated in the district and the gendarmes were prepared to put down any disorder. The strikers resisted the officers and a short but sharp light followed, during which several of the rioters were wounded. A miner named Schoenwald, who led the rioters was arrested, as were also several others of the strikers. The mob, when they saw their leader under arrest, took to llight. Divorce Seusut ion in Fort Wayne. Fiiut Waynk, Ind., Jan. 14. A sensation was caused in the divorce proceedings of Henry J'. Yordenuark against his wife, Millie Vorderniark, prominent society people. When on t he stand the husband stated that ho had been compelled by threats of disgrace from the defendant's lawyer to marry the defendant, and that after the marriage he found out that there were no grounds for compulsion of marriage. The plaintiff is wealthy, and the light is for $20,000 alimony. Two Sailors Perish In the Flames. Boston, J.id. 14. Sloop Sbawmut, from Sandy Hook, took fire during the morning while lying at Commercial wharf and was badly gutted before the fire was extingished. Two of her crew who were sleeping in the cabin perished in the flames. The bodies were sent to the morgue. The Bancroft's Trial Trip. Washington, Jan. 14. The Navy De partment is arranging for the formal trial trip of the new practice ship Ban croft. The exact date has not been set but the trial will be held some time next week, probably on Thursday, in Long Island Sound. Jeff Davis' Remains to Be Removed. Richmond, Va., Jan. 14. Mayor J. Taylor Ellyson, President of the Jefferson Davis Monument Association, says it is probable that the remains of Mr. Davis will be removed from New Orleans to this city for final interment in the early Spring. Invitations to the Inauguration. Washington, Jan. 14. Invitations have been sent out through Col. H. C Corbiu, United States Army, to the Gov ernors of all the States, inviting them and their staffs to participate iu the in auguration ceremonies. A Philadelphia Steamer's Hard Passage London, Jan. 14. The British steamer Fernlands, Captain Sellers, from Phila delphia, Dec. 21, w'dch arrived at Rotter dam, Jan. 11, reports a terrible passage. Her mate and carpenter were drowned during the voyage. Lon the Money on the Races. Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 14. Patrick Sullivan, Clerk of the Board of Fire Com missions, is short In his accounts about $4,700. He acknowledges his guilt and Bays he lost the money playing the raoes. Two Deaths from Typhus. Nkw York, Jan. 14. There were two deaths from typhus fever at Bellevue Hospital this morning where the "sus pected" typhus cases were confined. Four new cases are also reported. Creditors Reach an Arriiment Pittsburo, Jan. 14. The creditors of J. D. Witherow & Co., have arranged to start the mill at New Castle about Feb. 1. Another meeting of creditor will be held next week. 'lrTHTTTTTTTiH 1771 mr'T IT i TiT-rri it- Vm --- V -'---' j. , U JlJ71.i 1 .V II I J V A. I IS III EFFECTS OF THE STORM. Stalls Considerably Delayed Because ol Its Severity. New York, Jan. 14. In consequence oi the severity of the storm, mails from all parts of the country are considerably delayed. Those arriving from the interi or of the State were five hours overdue, and some of the southern and western mails which should have arrived last evening were not received at the Post Office until this morning, six or seven hours behind time. No mails from stations west of Pitts burg and south of Washington were received at the Post Office to-day, the severity of the weather in those sections having prevented connections with the incoming trains. The order for an early closing of the mails has not been extended to-day. Despatches from Philadelphia, Wash ington and all cities as far west as Chi cago report a similar state of affairs. New York, Jan. 14. The signal sta tion at Atlantic Highlands reports that the pilotboat James Gordon Bennett is breaking up. Both of her masts are gone and a part of her deck. At Sandy Hook a great deal of ice is passing out of the lower bay. The ship Clooscap, which arrived at the Bar on the morning of the 11th, has not yet succeed ed in getting up the bay. Yesterday the tug Talisman attempted to bring her up, but only got as far as Clifton, where she anchored for the night and this morning both the tug and ship have drifted with the ice below the Narrows. IN LONG ISLAND SOUND. Ice In Every Direction Navigation Ex tremely Difficult. Crrr Island, Jan. 14. ice cover the Sound as far as the eye can see in every direction. It Is very thin, but is covered with snow and is in the right condition to freeze solid if the temperature falls before the wind arises. The steamers H. F. Dimock, City of Bedford, City of Lawrence, Nashua and City ot Bridgeport passed in soon after daylight, and the H- M. Whitney passed out. The tugs S. J. Meed and Resolute, with a tow of sixteen coal laden barges for New Haven, worked up from Whitestone during the night and are anchored here. The tugs A. E. Burnslde and Vander cock, with tows of coal laden barges for New Haven, are fast in the ice at Ham mond Flats. One two-masted schooner is in sight trying to work in the harbor, but is making little or no progress. 6everal schooners dragged their anchors last evening, owing to the drifting ice, but sustained no injury. River Frozen to the Bottom. PrrrsBuno, Jan. 14. Despatches from Morgan town, W. Va., report an ice gorge extending two and a half miles above that place. Below Morgantown the river is believed to be frozen to the bottom and the ice at the mouth of Decker's Creek is piled up thirty feet high. The snow is thirty-six Inches deep on the level and roost of the county roads are buried under ten feet of snow. Suffering Among Oyaterman. Baltimore, Jan. 14. Maryland is ex periencing an almost unprecedented protracted cold spell. There is intense suffering- been three weeks since tongers have had worn, ana even if the weather should moderate it would be some days before the ice would permit them to work. Not Much Ico in Lake Michigan. Grand Haven, Mich., Jan. 14. There is considerable ice for two miles outside Grand Haven Harbor, but otherwise there is very little in the lake. Considering the Irish Home Rule Bill. London, Jan. 14. Mr. Gladstono, Mr. Morley, Chief Secretary for Ireland, and Mr. Justin McCarthy, loader of tho anti Pariieliite section of the Irish Parliamen tary party, held a long conference at the Prime Minister's residence in Downing Street. The matter under discussion was the financial proposals that are to be em bodied In the Home Rule bill. Tha Companies to Be Made Sound. Boston, Jan. 14. At a meeting of the Western stockholders of the Ameri can Security and Trust Company and the Leeds Improvement Company, it was voted that the stockholders subscribe amounts sufficient to pay off all obliga tions, take up notes and place the com panies on a solid financial footing. Order of Solon May Kaorgauize. Pittsburg, Jan. 14. The Supreme Lodge of the Order of Solon announces that a plan has been decided upon by which the order can be taken out of the receiver's hands and placed on a firm business footing. Forty sub-lodges rep resented, voted unanimously for the re organization plan. Threats Against the Populist Auditor. Denver, Col., Jan. 14. Impeachment proceedings are threatened against the now Populist Auditor Gookoontz because of a charge that he promised to retain the late Deputy Superintendent of In surance as a price for that gentleman's support in the recent campaign. Arrested for Malpractice. J Boston, Jan. 14. Dr. Charles J. East man, 50 years old, of Columbus avenue, is under arrest charged with performing a criminal operation upon a irirl annnnp.i to be Annie Sweet of Haverhill, Mass. . some time within a week. The girl died Thursday. Also Charged With Manslaughter. Lebanon. Pa.. Jan. 14. Tha nrldiMnnni charge of manslaughter has been against Dr. Guilford of this city in bring ing about the death of Agnes Souders, a young girl with whom he is charged to have been unduly intimate. Carlyla Harris Disinherited. New York, Jan. 14. Carlyle W. Harris, who is now niuinr ntAn. death for the murder of his wife Helen Potts, has been disinherited by his grand father. Dr. Beniamin W. MnOronW whn died a short time ago. Child Burned to Death. Bordkntown, N. J., Jan. 14. The dress of the two-year-old son of Edmund Em mott caught fire, while the child was left alone for a few minutes, and the boy was burned to death befor e assistance could reaoh him. Senator Kanna's Funeral. Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 14. The final funeral servioes over the remains of Senator Kenna were held in tha Senate shamber at 0:80 this morning. DEAD A SECOND TIME Clay Hopper Finally Passes Away and is Buried. HISTORY OF A REMARKABLE CASE. i Th4 Young Man Bas Been in a Trance Since December SO Successful Efforts Resuscitation Physicians from All Ofer the Country Visited Him. TiLEDo, O., Jan. 14. Clay Hopper, the young man whose case of suspended ani mation has attracted so much attention, is dead for the second time. Life passed away yesterday. Undertaker Bennett wasiagain called and for the second time he prepared the body for burial. Rev. S. D. Hutsinpiller again conducted funeral services and the body was taken to Wood law cemetery where a grave has been waiting to receive it for the past two weeks. The case has been the wbmlor of tho city ever since it was made public. The deceased was supposed to have died from dropsy of the pericardium, Dec. 29. The usual funeral preparations were made and the hearse was at the door to convey the body to the cemetery, when the parents yielded to a vague premonition that their son was not dead. They dismissed the undertaker and mourning friends and called Dr. Sickles, a physician of standing. Continued efforts at resuscitation finally resulted iu the patient opening his eyes and since then he has breathed, his heart has fluttered, his feet and hands have twitched, his pulse has been felt, and a faint smile has responded to in quiries if he knew those around him. Thursday he spoke. His mother sat in a room Dext to him, but only a few feet away. She was reading, when she heard a word which sounded like "Mother." She stepped to the bedside of the youth in the trance and found his breast heav ing up and down rapidly. Dr. W. C. Gardi uer, the president re cently elected by the Toledo .Medical Col lege says that the sto.-ies of tho return ing to life being the product of over worked imaginations are absolutely false. Physicians from all over the country have been here and the liveliest Interest has been taken iu the case. SERVIAN RADICALS ARRESTED. They Wore Implicated In tho Recens Riots Against the Government. Belgrade, Jan. 14. One hundred Servian Radicals have been arrested for complicity in the recent riots, which were much graver than the official reports represented them to bo. At bemendria armed Radicals seized the town hall, stored it with a large quantity of arms and food, and tried to hold it against the government forces. In the light thirty Radicals were ser iously wounded and a gendarme was shot dead. At Tsatsak a Radical was killed in a fight between armed Radicals and the police. A MILE IN NIGHT CLOTHES. Terrible Experience of Two Mutes and a Newly Born Child. Milton, Pa., Jan. 14. Daniel Heisor and wife, both mutes, living in a lonely spot by the mountain, about seven miles from here, were awakened at midnight by smoke and flames iu their room. Hastily wrapping themselves in blankets they rushed through the flames and es caped to tho road, carrying a newly born babe. Not having time to save any of their clothing the unfortunates were obliged to walk one mile through snow and ico to the nearest farmhouse in their bare feet and night clothes. BLAINE GROWING WEAKER. Dr. Johnston Spent tho Entire Night With ills 1'atleut. Washington, Jan. 14. Dr. Johnston spent the night with Mr. Blaine, and this morning states that his patient is resting quietly, but U gradually growing weaker. Mr. Hill Cleans Out the Treasury. Kingston, Jan. 14. For forty-three years ex-County Treasurer Hill of Cats kill held that office for Greene county, but he refused a renomination last fall, and a Republican named Ferrier was elect ed in n is place. William H. Harkell, an expert accountant, examined Mr. Hill's acocunts and found the couuty owed him $0,000. To pay himself Mr. Hill has retained every dollar in the treas ury, thus leaving the present incumbent without any funds with which to pay the claims against the county. A Yale Man In a Poorhouse. Grand Rapids, Mich,, Jan. 14. Arthur Johnston, seventy-three years old and a graduate of Yale, is in the Kent Couuty Poorhouse. He speaks several languages and has been a professor In two small colleges. In the booming days of Mon tana he went there and acquired $000,000. Bad mining speculations ruined him. Immigrants Detained. New Yon:c, Jan. 14. Six immigrants who arrived here on the steamship Dres den from Bremen are detained at Ellis Island ou the ground that they came under contract to work in a factory in Pennsylvania. An examination of their case will be made. Attempted Arson to Get Insurance. Boston, Jan. 14. Frank I. John, who, with a partner, occupied a stall iu the Eastern Market, was arrested and con fessed to attempting to set fire to the property of the firm to obtaiu the in surance. Married a Lunatic and Didn't Know It. Aberdken, S. D., Jan. 14. Miss Minnie Martin of Omaha, four weeks ago married Aimer Dresser of Rutland, 111. Yester day it was learned that Dresser was an escaped lunatic, and he was taken back to the asylum. Traction Company Incorporated. Albany, Jan. 14. The Brooklyn Traction company has b'-en incorporated with a capital of J10,(H :or the purpose of constructing street railroads and equpiplug them with electrical and other power. Gave S05.030 to Harvard. Boston, Jan. 14. It is learned that the late Commodore William F. Weld has given 195,000 to Harvard college to found a new professorship in the law school. Brooklyn Briefs. Miss Susie McPhelemy of Danbury o viaiiiug wnn me misses uuiuoue. William Shannahan of South Leon ard atrppfc hnd n. Hnimr imuhi Kn - ?- - . vrii.i Vj ma chinery 6t the factory of the Waterburv "cii ruuuuij a iuuuains company to-day. The wound was dressed by Dr JLSUUUC. The inclined board walk between south Kiverside and South Leonard streets is being used as a toboggan slide jj mo uuys ot me neignoornooa, and their sleds have made walking danger ous. SOCIETY AND CLUB MEETING Meetings This Lvra Sini?ini7 sncietv. Evening. American Mechanics Social club. Waterbnry Stationary Engineers Nosahogan lodge, I. O. O. F. Meetings To-Morrow. Sheridan Council, K. of C. Carrollton Council, K. of C. Great Mark Down Sale OF CLOCKS: AT T&eUDSonJBwelryCo 117-119 Bank St. Wishing to reduce the st ck before tak ing inventory, we have ma ked the prices at figures that will sell the oods. Alarm Clocks, $1.00. Black Walnut Eight Day rike, $3.15. All warranted to keep gocd time. Samples in show window. We Are Still In It. And delivering goods on time, in any part of the city, at prices that are bound to suit all classes. A full line of Vegetables. Flour that is A 1 at $5.00 per barrel. As fine a line of Teas and Coffees as can be found this side of New York. Onr Wines and Liquors cannot be beaten, and we' occa sionally sell a Cigar. The Waterbury Grocery Co, 163-5 Bank Street. Tel 146. Snow, the Florist New store, new goods, and fresh cut flow ers. always on hand. Store, 134 Bank St. Telephone 249-12. Call And See Our Fine Assortment of Leather Goods, Gold Pens, Pencils and Fountain Pens, Calendars and Holiday Nov elties. AT I, M. BELAIR and CO'S,, 103 BANK STREET. Telephone 148. OWING To my increasing business, I have found it necessary to remove mv Bakerv. and can now serve my customers better than any baker in the city. I have the finest baker shop in the state. A visit is solicited. Bouffard, The Baker, Stores: 869 Bank St., and Charles St. tW "Out of Sight" Bouffard's Hr me Made Bread. Try it,- Opening of the new store Saturday. Deo. 24. fYSTRlCT OF WATERBURY, ss. Probate E-f uourt, Jan. i isivs. Estate of Lydla Nlohols. late of Water bnry, in said disti lct, deceased. Upon the application of Charles (L. Nichols praying that administration may be granted on SHld estate to him as per application on ale more fully aprers, it is ORDERED that said unnlloatlon be heard and determined at 1 he probate offioe In Water bury, in said district, on the 30th day of Jan., A. D., 1893, 10 at o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendenay of said ap plication and the time and place of hearing thereon, by Publishing the same one time in some newspaper having a oiroulatlon In said dlsuiot. KUUBKT A. .LUWJS, Judge, m VT - t- 1 We Are Pressing Our Suit And by looking in our store windo. you win see how hard we are pressi g. we are bound to change our RIGHTLY MAUH, Clothing into cash and are willing to soli at extremely low prices to reduce stock. This week onr north window is filled with Boys' Warm Winter Clothing, suits that have been redu ed one third, some even more; good, warm suits, too, double breasted, with vests. Thn InnV . the Ulsters, Overcoats and Reefers; they wm Keep your boys warm and won't rn.t you much, eiiher. Boys' Winter Caps. Sweaters, Gloves, Mittens and Uudcrwear you can dress your boys warmly for very ittie money if you buy of J. B. MDLLINGS, 97, 99, 101 Bank Street. We have a few Ladies' furs, that we si a selling at such low prices the ladies' buy them to cut up for trimmings or to make A Few Square Pianos In good condition, for sale at very low fig ures, as we need the room. The Driggs & Smith Co, 179 BANE STREET. How Is Your Head? It is all stuffed full of CATARRH so you can't breathe ? And it is just so hard to hear 1 If this is the case, get just one bottle of NUGENT'S CATABHH CUBE and if it don't cure you we will quickly refund your money. Hot and cold SODA, and any physician's prescriptions carefully 00m pounded at the lowest prices in the city, at Nogent's Pharmacy, Cor- South Main and Seovill Sts, JOHN F. FALLON, M'ger. Christmas Fruit.Nuts & Candies T HE Greek-American Fruit ind Candy Co, STORES IN CONNECTICUT: 106-108 SO. MAIN ST., 22-24 EAST MAIN ST., Brown's Bl'k, 844 BANK ST., Waterbury; 272 MAIN ST., Ansonia. Save Money. Go to the Boston Butter House for GUTTER, CHEESE AND EGGS As we buy direct from tha prodmoera, In large quantities, we can save yon money. Boston Batter House, 147 South Main 8trt. Cash Paid HOUSEHOLD G00D8, CARPETS, STOVES, EURNITURE, CLOTHING, TOOLS. If yon have anything yon wish to dis pose of call. WATERBURY ADCTION CO, 164 SO MAIN ST. We Make The Largest And Best lie Loaf In The Naugafuck Valley. It weighs 2 oz more than Kelly's. 2 oz more than Trott's. S oz more than Bouffard's. 11 lbs more than Brennan's. O'Brien Brothers, ,THE BAKERS. II PRICE TWO CENTS. WaterlinryFire Alarm LOCATION OF BOXES. 12 Rogers & Bro. 13 Cor East Main and Niagara Sts. 14 East Main street and Woicoti road 15 Cor High and Walnut Sts. 16 Corner East Main and Cherry Sts. 17 Cor. East Main and Cole Sts 21 Cor. North Elm and Kii'gsbnry Sts. 23 Cor. North Elm, North Main and Grove Streets. 24 Waterbnry Manufr.ctnrlnpCoCr!v:ite 25 Cor. North Main and North Rts. 26 Cor. Buckingham and Cooke Sts. 27 Corner Grove and Prospect. 28 Cor. Hillside Ave. and Pine St. 29 Por. .TohnHOn nnrt Wfrvilt Gt. 212 - The Piatt Bros & Co (private) 214 Waterbury Clock Co., Movement 1 actory (private ) 3 Exchange Place. 32 Corner Wast. Main and Wilier.- pi 31 Cor. West Main and Watertow i Rd. 35 Horse car railroad stables(pri n .., , 36 Waterbnry Brass Co (priv ,p.) 37 Corner Cedar and Meadow !-ts. 38 Correr n-rftnd ntul Til,! ct 312 Corner Bank and Mearinw Sis. 313 Randolph & Clowes. (privHie) " 314 Plnme Atwonrl P,. ,.,.... . 321 No4Hosehonse, o.'d Holmes. Booth fr TTavrlnno .-..?..,, 3 4 Cor Chtr'es and Porter St- " ; 325 Cor. Simon st and Was'.i at. . a., 4 Corner of South Mam aurl Uthv, Hts 42 - Corner of South Main and lay Sts 43 Waterbnry Watch Co (private. ) 45 Benedict. & Burnham Co (private 46 Waterbnry Bnckle Co (private ) 47 Corner South Main and Washington 5 Seovill Manufacturing Co (privMi. ) 52 Corner of Franklin and Union Sts 53 Waterbury Clock Co., Case Factory (private ) ' ' 54 Corner Clay and Mill. 56 Corner Liberty and River Sts. 57 No 5 Hose house, 58 Corner Baldwin and Stone Sts. 6 Corner Bridge and Magill Sts 02 Corner Doolittle Alley & Dublin Sts. SIGNALS. One stroke 12 M One strolrA Anlla iYtn on,.-l..i.. 1 . . ouyi uiiouueui 01 fire alarm telegraph to the City hall. xwu siiigie strokes, nre ontor fire under control, used as a recall. Ten strokes (quick) will Indicate a gen eral alarm. Fifteenstrolces onp in,i 1 -..n- out the militia. INSTRUCTIONS TO KEY-HOLDERS. Be nftrticnlnr au.1 wi, ...(. .1 1, 1 . direct the firemen to the fire. Do not pull the hook if the Srebell 01 small bell in the box is striking, as that indicates an alarm has already been given Be particular to the arrival of an offcer of the fire depart- """ me Key, or, it clr cumstances will not permit remaining.then t.bft nmnfii rkffioov will . i 1 1 'i . ... ioium me Key to the holder as soon as oonvenlent. Always give the alarm from the box nearest the fire. Be snre and nlnna fh An v. 1 Ina the box Something Worth Looking At Tells the story of onr Shirts to a T. Thev do take the eye and they'll make you worm loosing at, wneu you wear them. Althongh after election is a little late for politicians to put on collars, it's iust the season for yon to don the latest accessories Be correct dress. We also have a rare as ofrtment of novel tits, which are the proper ties tor wear this winter. Withont them, yon will have no tie to connect you with the current of isshion and can't stay in the swim any more than a stone. You're in a fai- way to having your name changed t HANDSOME, if you bny your outfit from onr stock; it's a cure for weak eje just to look at what we are offering in Holi lay Fnrniuhiug Goods Call and see our Boys' Winter Eaton Caps which we are selling at ou cents. Danbury Hat Store, 115 South Main Street. WANTS, FOR SALE, TC REMT and other advertisements of a similar obaraoter inserted nnder thle bet! for 1 cent a word FOR RENT Tenement four rooms, 29 Hickory street, within two minutes walk of Button factory. Timothy H ori gan. FOUR ROOM TENEMENT To rent at 165 South Main street. InonirA of John P. Lawlor. FURNISHED ROOMS to rent. Acoom modation for transients, at Nn R1 -Tf ferson street. Mrs Place, proprietor DISTRICT OP WATERBURY, SS., PROBATE Court, Jan 19. 1898. Estate of Annie TlnnRlmn ljitA nf Votavkun. t ssid district, deceased. Upon the application of P. J. Donahue praylnc that letters of administration may be frranted on said estate to him, as per application on file more fully appears, it Is ORDERED That said application be heard and determined at the probate office. In Water bury, insaid district, on the 15th iav of Jan. A. D..1S98, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be eiven of the nendnnfv .-.f tion and the time and place of hearing thereon by publishing the same three times in some news paper havine a circulation in said dUtrlet ItUWKKT A. LOW-. Judge. DISTRICT OP WATKKBUKT, ss. Probate Court. Jan. 14 1893 Estate of Frank Healtv late nf irDti.,,n. t said district, deceased. The admin stratrlx havin exhibited her ad ministration account wlthsaid estate for allow ance, it is Ordered That the 18th duv f 1 ., n w.hi.0T00' i.1116 Probate offioe In 2buf7.' it' and the .?.ame 18 her by as slrned, for a hearing on the approval of said admiminlstratlon account, with said estate and hisoourt directs the admlniltX1?8.'."!, ?n sons interested therein to appear at said time and place, by publishing this order tn some newspaper published in New Hav' n oountyand havlu a circulation in said district. Choice Perfumery, P.M. BOSSIOY, Prescription Druggis 8S Bank Btimi Var Loi.ro Mr.NUrht:oaIl attended. A1 IJ B, La