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k UCTIONEkR. I id ready at all time to give XI. my attention to Auction oaies, Salisbury, Conn. ly33volS Win. F. HI1RLBIT, A TTORNKY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW JY. also. Solicitor of Patent. Office in Wood ford's Block, OTer Hurlbut National Bank, West Win. U . COLVEB, QARPENTER AND BUILDER, MILLKRTON All Orders In hifc H n will mvl npnmnt atrnn. tlon, and all work dono in a workmanlike manner anaguaranteed to give satisfaction, tap" Will furnish material for building when re tjuirea. 3ml4 GEO. W. PAINE, A TTORNKY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Car a roii, varroii voanty, lowa. -Money Loaned and Invented, Collections made, Loan in ado on improved fat ma, at legal rates of Interact, ten per cent, per annum. Refer to D. J. Warner, Esq. and Col. Lorenzo 1 upper. 1V60 D8. II. F. S9I1THE, TTVENTIST. At Lakeville. the Sd Tuesday in XJ every montb, to remain throughout the week. DR. J. D. CLEMANS. SURGEON DEN TIST, Fall Village, Ci. Work Warranted CHARGES MODERATE 8-ltf JA1E8 6ABRAHAN, DEALER in Spruce, Hemlock? Pine and Hard wood Lumber. Coal and all kinds Shingles. Buildlne Timber, Lath, Pickets, 4. S and 6 inch Matched Flooring of the finest Quality. Packing Boxes ; also. Superphosphate Fertilizer ; Canaan, Conn. or Lime, ana otner 47-ly vol ! WM. ADAM, D EALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE since 1851. East Canaan. Conn, J. A. I'NDEKVOOD , MANUFACTURER of and Dealer In Doors. Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Qiao. Window Frames, Packing Bxe, Sinks. Lumber, Feed. HeaL Grouurt Plaster, Ac., Canaan, t oun. IyS8 ROUCRT-B. LIVINGSTONE. A TTORNKY AND COUNSELOR. Sharon, Coifn. 1. w. MANVEL, TVEA.LEK ia Flour, Feud. -Meat Wheat and Rye FeetF, Pliiirer. ic. Cornwall Bridge MiiK, C. Iy9 volS UEOllUi: MELVIN. SALISBURY, Cokn. Uomtc, Sign and Oroamen J tal fainter; Uraiuur, tilaciir, Pajier Hanger, ?. C. FRENCH, DEALER iu General Mcrchamlixe, Lime Rock, Coun. All goods warranted as represented, and at the lowest market prices. 2 D. F. 8TILCMA.N, T AKKTILLE, Conn. Organist, and Teacher of AJ I the Piano. July 14th, 1871. :t!vo18 CLARENCE H. WAIIGH, fllUNER and Repairer of Pianos. JL urgans and Melodeons made as good as new by patting in new bellows All orders by mail, or left with Mr. D. F. Stillmaa will receive prompt attention. Satisfaction guaranteed. P. O. address Mill River. Mass. Iv45 . W. O. GARDNER, . T T u v r n Merchant Tailor and J? dealer in Foreign and Domestic cloths, VeBt ings Trimings, Ac, Ac. Garments cut and made up in the latest style, at short notice. Store under the Town HalL July 14th, 1871. ltf BARNARD HOUSE, SALISBURY, CONN. W. E. HICKS, Sbo't. lyl. July 14, 1811. A ontgomeiw Lodare, no. 13 lu. F. St A. IT1. Annnal Meeting and Election of acers. Aoril 9. 1878. . -rtf HOIJ&ATONIO lodge, NO 61, F. A A. M. Regular communication, First and Third Tuesdays of every month. 88tf C. K. HUBBARD; 78 Asylum Street, Hartford Conn Dealer in fine Gold And Silver Watches, Chains, Jewelry Seal Hinge, Silver and Pla ted ware. Opera Ulasses, and all goods that beljng to the trade. All kinds of Watches Mepuired In the Best manner, vol 2-fttf EDWIN RICHARDSON, 334 BROADWAY. NEW TORE, WITH Wright Brothers & Co., XAHUTACTCBBBSOr I'fflRR ELLAS AND PARASOLS, 8W A 338 Market St. Philadelphia. Waberooxs New York, 334 Broadway; Bos ton, 95 Devonshire St. ; Baltimore. 18 llauover St S. JPH1PS CHURCH. " USUAL SERVICES-SUXDATS. 10.30 A. M. 8.3UF. M. 3lU -S.VLNT'S DAYS A. M, CASH PAID FOR Hides and Tallow At the Iepot in Salisbury, SStf V.-M, MILES. "A Continual Dropping Wears . Away the SloRe" A few more Drops. NEW STOCK OP PAPER HANGINGS The Finest Assortment Ever Seen In this Section of the conntrr. DONT FAIL TO SEE THOSE ELEGANT PATTERNS. GOLD PAPER HANGINGS Satins, White & Baft Blanks &c. I have not space to enumerate all the man; kinds Dut rumce it to say i nave mem at all prices front SIX CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR ! Also a Fine Stock Paper Curtains IN VEKY HANDSOmK DESIGNS, AND IHB BEST CURTAIN FIXTURE That there la made. - Come and See Them. ; S. C. BECKLEY. Canaan, Conn., JUrch 6, 1873. ImJI For Sale! MI1E home, waon-honf e, barn and other out buildincrs. with 1 1-2 acres of lansV belong ing to John Liddv, in Lincoln Cltv, (Lakeville) is for sale cheap. JOHN LIDDY. March lKth, 18T3. Sw3(i Store to Rent. ANEW three-story building, about three or four rods from the Depot at Cornwall Bridge, Conn. I will rent each floor seperately if desired. For further particulars enquire of M. A. WADHAM9. Cornwall Bildge, Conn., March 4, 1873. Im34 Wanted. A SMART. ACTIVE BOY, betwecen the age of Aja. i ana is years, to wora: on i and 18 years, to work on a farm. No Irish need apply, For particulars inquire of C. P. SARD AM. Sw36 Wetaug, Salisbury, Ct. Wanted, A WET NURSE, for a child four months old. For further particulars inquire of 8w35 S, W. BARNES, Canaan, Conn. fJorfo.K Taxes. THE Rate Book of Taxes for the Town of Nor folk, isnow in my hands. By vote of the town at its last annnal meeting, all persons liable to pay taxes in the town of Norfolk who shall pay said taxes to the Treasurer before the first day of May, A. D., 1873, will be entitled to a deduction of one per cent on the amount of their taxes. JOS. N. COWLES, Tewn Treas. Norfolk, March 11, 1878. 3W35 Notice. THE Selectmen and Town Clerk will meet at the Town Hall on Monday, and Saturday, March 24 th and 89th, at 9 o'clock a. m., for the pnrpose of admitting freemen ; also will be in ses sion on Monday, the 7th day or April, from 9 a. m. until IS m., for the same purpose. J. P. WALTEN. ) CHAS. H. BISSELL Selectmen. DWIGHT ALLYN. ) DANIfcL PRATT, Town Clerk. Salisbury, March 19, 1878. 2 30 Canaan Savings Bank ! QOMMENCED BUSINESS OCT. 1st, JS72. President. HON. MILES T. GRANGER, Vice President, -LYMAN DUNNING. Secretary. JACOB B. HARDBNHUROII. Treasurer, JOSEPH W. PKET. Trustees. Milks T. Granskr, Ltxan Dunnino, Nathanim. C. Wakd, Jat A. Vst DERWOOD, FaCDEUCK WaTSON. OFFICE AT Store of Fuller & Peet. 6mo35 Green Mountain Oil OR MAGIC PALT DEJSTROYKK. cure the following (not I'VorvthiiiLO : arrantccl to cure Uioiheria in evWv ca.u if Uken in time : Crouu ia ion minutes : uIihu. matic l'ains in 30 minuted ; Stitf Joints in 40 min utes ; Pains in the back; l'aint" in the siile and breast ; liurux in ten mintiteo : Sure Throat in one uiithi : Sprains, Wounds and Bruises iu from one to three cays: Neuralgia. Toothache. ICmurlm ami Headache iu ten niinulus ; Stiff Neck in one day; Krvsinclas in 5 to an days; ad Colds and vuiil:ii. idh kjii win relieve ail itrvmm I 'nm. jilaiuU". Druggists, Merchants and Peddlars suo- bhed at tue lowest oriee. Munutactureii hv 1. K QL:IKKH, 01 Uudtou St., Hertford, Conn. ; sold by CL'KTIS & PliUK, Cor. Main and Elm Sts.. UrideeDort. Conn. : 8ISSON A BITTI.RU anrf TALCOTl & BROS., Hartford, Conn, ly36. Bargains in Dress Goods! BARGAINS IN Ready-Made Clothing, BARGAINS IN BOOTS & SHOES ! THE Subscriber offers his entire stock of DRY GOODS, RBADY-MAOE CLOTHING, I1AT8 and CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, Ac, &c, to CASH' PURCHASERS, At jrreatly reduced prices for the next SO days. Having a large and well bonght stock ef Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Mens' and Boys' Overcoats and Business Suits, Ladies' Gents' and Boys Under wear, ot ail grades. A large stock of Boots and Shoes, AR sizes and every qnality. I offer the same at Prices Wliich Defy Competition I I am confident that an examination of my stock, will convince buyers that they can do no better. Don't forget that on Coffees, Teas and Sugars, WE ARE NEVER TO BE BEATEN. Remember, Cash is the Best Customer, AND ALWAYS BUYS AT THE LOWEST FIGURES! Very Respectfully, , M. C JEWELL, At the "Sall.burv Store." Airezua Seminary, A BOARDING SCHOOL FOK BOTH SEXESnjn THE EEST ADVANTAGES. AT MOD ERATE RATES. A Continuous Session, without vacation, from New Year to the close of J une, Stnuents received at any lime and charged proportionally. SUMMER TERM BEGINS APRIL FIRST. Penmanship, Reading, Spelling and all the Com mon Branches taoirht bv Teachers of exnerienca and skill. Thorough drill for College. Chemis try. Natural Philosophy and Botony.Tn charge or a Scientist oi thorough and Professional knowl edge. Book keeping made a specialty. THE LADIES' DEPARTM ET, ("Offers Advantages fully eqnal to those of any Boarding School, Seminary, or Institute. The Comfort. Health, and progress of the Young Ladies is carefully provided for, in the matter of Rooms, Heating, Rides and Exercise. A GENTLEMAN Pianist & Vocalist Gives to his department all his time. PAIATIJVG AND DRAWING Also receives the exclusive care of a Teacher of reputation and experience. No English School has better instruction in GERMAN AND FRENCH. Reference is made to all our natrons for the assurance that our students have faithful labor rom an tne teachers, and whether iu health or sickness, family care and sympathy, so that it is always known what and where and how each stu dent may be. Send for Circular to 8. T. FROST, A. M., lin3S Principal and Proprietor. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. fTlHK andersirned would annonnee to all rormet X patrons that they will sell their EN'iltU STOCK OF Millinery & Fancy GouiLs WAT COST J border to make room for new stock of Spring Goods. MRS. HOREY & HAWLBY. Tails VIUa, Cona, Feb. S5, 1873, &w33 WEATHEEBT, KNOUS & PELTOff, 335 &337 Main St., HARTFORD, Importers, Wholesale Retail Dealers in and DRY GOODS. OCR STOCK OF SILK GOODS, WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS, CLOAKS, SHAWLS, EMBROIDERIES, LACES, AND Ladies' Gentlemen's and Children's UNDER GAR M ENTS, 7 IS THE In the State! ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES! AND SOLD AT UNIFORM PEICES! flrJACIl BY, KNOUS & PELT0N, 335 and 337 Main St. Hartford. iyB2 Fine, Reliable WAT$lEi, Manufactured by BOREL & COURVOISIER. Neuchatcl, Switzerland. WE KIRK, Practical Jeweler. V est W insted. These Justly celebrated Watches are na'ninif fa vor every duv with a class of wearers whu are compelled to have very accurate time. i oey were awai-Uea the U.N LIT fUIZE MEDAL ranted a forsigu manufacturer at the London Xhlbition in aud the GRAND PKIZK at the recent Paris Exposition, alKO, the FIRST PrliZK OF THE FIKST CLASH, and FIRST PKIZE OF THE SECOND CLASS, at the Yearly Course of Competitors at the Cantonal ubedrvatory in Nen chatel ror 1873. To possess one of these Watches is in fact to save time for life, to insnre. pnuctaalitv which is me euiii oi nusmess, and. as time la money, to have a fine Watch from WM, KlltK's, West Win- stea, in your pocket, is to bo on the high road to uiucuvu , ana I you will Bud If you give him a call, one of the VERT BEST SELECTED STOCKS or FINE GOODS, I iv rui: STATE. I.All:S FASitV GOODS, In neat varieties; THU IIE8T f EKUI.ISH t I TI.tHV! and IiIAAlOU HPDOXA. CI.I'.S. A verr iarn iarrivn.1 aV hkw OOOS, nuituble Mow Weadinir and Away Below City Prices ! WM. KIRK, Practical Jeweller, -l'Jtf CAMP'S BLOCK, WEST WINSTED, VILLAGE RESTAURANT AND BARBER SHOP! TTAVING permanently established my business SALISBURY, I would announce to the citizens thereof that I have a NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK ! Sausages, Fresh Beef, Fresh Pork; OYSTERS, shelland Oseu, Fresh and Nice, Served in All Styles ; CANNED GOODS, ALL VAltlETIKS. Peaches, Plums, Cherries, Bartlett Pears, Pine Apples, Quinces, VEGETABLES: Corn, Beans, Peas, and Tomatos. Fruits, Nuts &' Confectionery. Tobacco and Cipars. I have, nl-o, dtmected with my Barber Shop, a good line of HAIR OILS, "PERFUMERY, FANCY QOOD3 : .YANKEE NOTIONS, Ac, e. OPENING WEEK! GREAT DISPLAY OF DRY GOODS! THIS WEEK, (AND EVERY FOUR WEEKS,) AT S. C. BEOKLET'S. milE SUBSCRIBER desires to inform the Inhab- JL itants of NORTH CANAAN, And adjoining towns, that he hts this week re celved a SPLENDID LINE of DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Hosiery, Notions, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Skirts. Bustles. Corsets, Shawls, Jewelry, Liiuen and Lace Collars & Cuffs, Table Linens, &c, &c. ; Besides a large stock of Groceries, Provisions, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, POCKET CUTLERY, Hair-Oi's and Perfumes ; Crockery, Glassware, Wooden-Ware, Paper- Hangings, Oil Cloths, AND Farming Utensils ; In fact a complete assortment of Goods to be uciiZLn store , 1 wish it distinctly understood that round in I Buy no Goods of Drummers, But personally visit the Leading market of onr conntry, once a montb, make careful selec tions of the MOST DESIRABLE GOODS- And am thus enabled to present to my patrons The Latest Styles of Goods and the Lowest Prices. I purchase no goods that are nit of date, i offered to no matter how strong inducement take thorn. Farmers' produce taken in cxuhanjje for Goods. Otf S.C.BKCKI.KY. North Canaan, 1873. -THE- Blacksmith's Shop Near the Mill iu Cornwall Bridge. Possession given immediately. A good stand for the busi ness, on account of its nearness to the Furnace, where teaming is constantly done. Apply to D. W. MANVEL. Cornwall Bridge, Conn., Feb. 23, 1878. 38tf The Automatic Mudc-Leaf Turner FOR TURNING SHEET & BOOK MUSIC ! Everybody Wants It ! Recommended by DUDLEY BUCK, Jr., - -CHICKERING & SONS, STEINWAY & SONS, - - Hartford, New York, MASON A HAMLIN, - D. F. STILLMAN. LAKEvn.L, Ct. THOS. M. WELLS, 32t f Agent for Salisbury. Holiday Goods At THE NEW MILLINERY STORE. The subscriber taa this method to return hor sincere thanks to Uwr it imerous patrons of West loruwall and r;ctitty and solicits their future patronage. Havinif just returned rrom New York with a chohv; and carof illy selected stock of mil llnerv K.":i faner Cauda, also a nice stock oi TOSS, I wont i respi ct.ully call your atteution to the same before purchasing elsewhere Dress Making a SPECIALTY! Iam happy to anuoui.ee to mv numerous natrons of the Dress Making de artment, that 1 have se cured tlie further services of Alius) fflAGCilE WA I TS, a Justlv celebrated .Milliner and Dress Maker, who has worked in uearly all of the large towns in Litchfield county, and has mined a rep utation of a -nrsl-Ciass art' st." Pluase nive me a call and examine goods and styles. Anything in my line not in store will be. promptly procured. nespecuuuy your ooeaient servant, MRS. H. C. C RAND ALL. West Cornwall, Dec. 18, 167S. SStf FOR SALE. fpHAT VALUABLE FARM in a good state of 1 cultivation and well stocked, belonging to John R. Hurlbnrt, situated 3 miles east of the Congregational church at South Canaan, and 8 1-3 miles from the Housatonic railroad depot at Falls Village. Conn., consisting of 30 acres ; 8 1-2 of which is wood and sprout land, the greater pro portion oi the sprouts about 25 years old the re mainder well divided into plow, pasture and mead ow land, with plenty of orcharding and fruit and a beautiful maple grove which will yield each year an abundance of sap for making sugar; well wa tered by a spleudid trout brook rnuning the en tire length of the farm, and beautiful living springs, with building well located, consisting of a dwelling bouse; cheese and wood-house ; S barns, 2 cow houses, shop, milk house, and a never fail ing spring boiling up from the centre of the vat which ia large enough to c ntaln 10 milk cans, also a good cistern with chain pump, and a never fail ing spring of water running near the door. Said farm is noted for being one of the most productive in the township, having for many years yielded large returns to its owner. I will sell with or without the stock to suit a purchaser. Possess ion can be given any time. Terms Easy. Call and see. Apply to J. R. HURLBURT, S6tf Fall Village, Ct. Mill For Sale. The Mill known as the "Washineo Mill," in Salisbury, Ct., located abut ha fa mile from the depot on the Coun. Western railroad, and lately oecupied by the Washinee Co. for the manufac ture of the celebrated Washinee Repellents. It is a three set mill and is furnished with first-class machinery throughout and all nearly new. The power is supplied by water with a head of nine teen feet, which can be raised to twenty-seven feet without damage to any other party. There is, also, a Root Steam Engine of forty-horse pow er, which can be used in connection with the wa ter wheel should the supply of water at any time partly fail. The main fcnilding is 81 feet wide, 102 feet long and 8 1-3 stories high; also, Engine House 80x43 ,- Dye House 34x68 ; Office 31x37 ; Fire Proof Store House 33x40, 'and a Sorting House 30x20. There aro six Dwelling Hoaes, one Barn and about nine acres of land, connected with and belonging to the mill property- The mill is now running and will continue to run until about the nlddleor February next, after which time the purchaser can have possession. The above prop erty can be purch j sed at a low price for cash. For further Information call on or address HENRY HUBBARD, Trustee, Junnary 13, 1873. 27tf Salisbury, Conn. G. H. DUNDY. SALISBURY, CONN. Hoflins and Gaskets Of Rosewood, Mahogany, Black Walnut, Butternut, Ac. CVSHROUDS and CAPS, raffln nlitm nth engraved. A first-class hearse always in readiness to attend funerals. jjj UroE9"TSR. - IBIS. At Jones' Emporium, We now offer at the Old Stand, on Broadway and Railroad Street, Lake ville, Ct., a Pirst-Olass Stock of Dry Goods. Consisting of Hie following named DRESS GOODS, &c, Epingline, Albainan Serge. Washington Poplin. Phoenix Empress Cloth, 4 Mixed Mohar. Satin Polanaise " Melange " G. D. Alpaca. Japanese Silks. Lyons Poplin. Black and Colored Merino, Black Velveteen, A large stock of BLACK and COLORED VELVET RTBBON8; A full line of FIAN NELS; LADIES' and GENTS' UNDERWEAR. A Good Line of Prints, A Good Line of Common Domestics, FANCY NTRIPR NHAWLN, Large, Additioual Stock Hamburg Embroideries, A J argre Assortment Gros-Grain Ribbons, A GOOD STOCK YANKEE NOTIONS, QUEEN BESS RUFFLING, G-roceries and X3Ci-ci-wi- A GOOD STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. f& Call and examine our stock Defore pm chasing elsewhere. Thanking my Custom ers for former patronage and soliciting a continuance of the same, I remain, E. H rRBKrHinv2flrm'Vl,U8thepr,nCipal Clt,M 0ften' and the LATEST STYLES and FASHIONS, Still iSJive, Having purchased a large quantity of MEDIUM & LARGE GLOVER SEED AND Illinois Timothy Seed, AT LATELY KEDUCED PRICES AND OF THE CHOICEST QUALITY. ALL KINDS OF NEW GARDEN SEEDS. MSjiSMDllMs, BOOTS & SHOES, Hats, Gaps and Clothing. ALSO, A FIRST CLASS STOCK OF Groceries and Provisions, All of which will be sold VERY LOW. CGoods delivered to all stations on the Conn. Western R. R., free of charge. E. B. REED. N. C. BEACH. C. F. HAWLEY. FOSTKR & MQ AND DEALERS IN READY-MADE CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &c., &c., WEST WINS FALL AND WINTER STYLES ON HAND. WINTER OVERCOATS, WINTER PANTS, WINTER VESTS, Business Suits. Farmers We have a BEST SEWING-MACHINES IN MARKET, Among which the BLEES' NOISELESS LINK-MOTION, Takes the lead and is the BEST in use. Weed, Singer's, and Grover& Baker's constantly on hand, We have had an experience of over twenty years with Sewing Machines and have used all the first class-machines made, and we know that the Blees' Sewing Ma chine is the best of them ail. . fST" Agents wanted in all the Counties and principal Town in the Stato. "f C. S. FOSTER, Ocn'l Agent for the State of Connecticut. WINSTED MONUMENTAL WORKS. 8. W. PINE, VV insted, Conn. DBA EB IN ALL KINDS OF Marble. Freestone and Granite, ' MANUFACTURER OF lySS Monuments, Tombstones, mantles. Ccmetcry.Posts, Railing-, Ac. HARRISON'S INSURANCE AGENCY. CHICAGO BURNED OCT. 9, 1871: SOME Companies survive that test : THEIR Policies mean protection. I REPRESENT A PEW. VIZ : Liverpool, London and Olobe, Royal of Liverpool, England, Insurance Co. of N. A., Penna., Lycoming-, of Muncy, Pa., Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Hanover of New Vork, Connecticut Continental Agricultural of Watcrtown, National Life, V S. A., Travelers Accident, ' tOrder8 by mall or otherwise will receive that prompt attention which in the soul of business. Address GEO. J). HARRISON, Aaimet 4, 1873. Iy4 Lakeville, Conn. THE SALISBURY SAVniGS SOCIETY, Lakeville, Connecticut. INCORPORATED in 1848, allows interest on de posits from the first day of each month. Deposits Oct. 1st, 1872, Over Six Hundred Thousand. DOLLARS. Office open every business day from 0 to 18 A, M. and 1 to 4 P. M. and Saturdays frcm 6.80 to 8-80 P. M. O. B. BUBRALL, THOS. L. NORTON, President. IStf Treasurer. WM JONES. lyoi ARE REED, BEACH & CO., Mlllertou, N. Y. E. B. REED & CO.. Sharoji, Ct. ly52-vol. 1 ITIJELBUTT, TEED, CT. CONSTANTLY DRESS COATS DRESS PANTS SILK VESTS Suits and Fancy Suite, ' stock of the ARRETS. $20,000,000 10,000,000 3,212,176 0,132.000 1,257,654 872,628 710,273 2,284,252 628,388 2,313,168 2,103,206 FALLS VILLAGE SAYINGS BANK. FALLS VILLAGE, CONN. Interest allowed on deposits from the first of every month, OFFICERS : . Daniel Brewster, President. E. W. Spdbb, V. President, U. H. Minks. Secretary, W. H. Babnttm, Treasurer, M, A. Dean, Assistant Treas. TRUSTEES : Daniel Brewster, E. W. Spnrr, U. 11. Miner, W. J. Canfluld, W. II. Barnum. H. E. WetbereU, O. M. Brintoo, 27t-vol. 2 J EGLHSTOITS Section Spring Mattress. A CnmnlAt VInKPI... t., uvu t j t i i i all who use them. The Sections chance and cive equal wear to a.l its parts. Also, Spring Beds, Hair Mattresses, Common Mattresses, Lounges, &c, &c manufactured and Cor Sale a' LOWEST CASH PRICES! -by- J. D. EGLESTON, Falls Viliaqic, Ct. Ef teuton's Steel Wire furniture springs arc less liable to get out of order than any other in use. MANUFACTURED BT JT. D. EGLESTON, - ltf -vol 1 Falls Village, Conn. THE KING OF THE LOCK STITCH SEWING MACHINES 'HE "LIGHT EUIUIIG"rt DOMESTIC s.n:tAtts wEh g O 'Tis Economy to Buy the Best ! PEOPLE SAY The "DOMESTIC" IS THE ONI'. ITS BAH GiToP WOHE, POWER. SIMPLlf5ITY. SELF-.4I JUSTING TENSION, ' CASTERS, aud GREAT SPACE UNDER THE ARM, FORM A Galaxy of Advantages! , WHILE ITS "STILL SMALL VOICE IS MUSIC. tV"Olr1 mftrhind t&Lrn In ATihiina0 WAArlloa to othr Much in ot constantly on band. THY THE,QOMESTC, Sold on installments by HARRISON BROS.. A.gts., 8y46 rol. i LAKEVILLE. CONN. Eureka Concerto ORGANS ! The most unique and beautiful ever invented ; the best in the world ; will wear a lifetime. Pat ented and manufactured by B. 8HONINCER & CO., NEW HAVEN, Send for Illustrat.d Catalogue. JOSEPH BR1NTON, vol. 1. ltf Falls Village, Conn. GOAL AND LUMBER, Flour and Feed, Paints and Oils, GUANO, POUDRETTE AND PLASTER, LIME AND CEMEXT, HARDWARE, DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS. Freighting on Mondays, At or before 1 o'clock, P. M. " HICKS WILBUR CO., Otf S ALISBURY, CONN. Farm For Sale! The Farm belonging to the estate of Edmund Belden, deceased, situated in Canaan, containing ISO acres, and more if desired. The buildings are large andin good repair, and water abundant at th house and barn. For particulars enquire of E. P. BKLDKN' at South Canaan. S8tf Jan. 18, 1873. Proposals. 8ealed Proposals for building the wood work of the Episcopal Stone Church, to be built at Lime Rock, are solicited until the 10th of March next. Plans, Specifications, Ac, can be seen at the Barnard Hardware Co's. office at Lime Rock. , WM. A. CROW ELL, (. Building J vs. H. BARNUM, (Committee. Urne Rock, Feb. 6th, 1873. 80tf U US' t laitroads. jji KW-YOBK, BOSTON AND MONTREAL RAILWAY. Dutches. 4c Columbia. DlTlaloaw TIME TABLE. Pass. Pass. A Ft. If ilk A P'r. South. Leave MUlerton, Pine Plaina a.m. 6.30 7.08 9.18 9.97 a.m. nm. A IS 9.4 Ef- S.S1 a.00 . 4.04 7.10 7. if Uk A P'r. p.m. S.40 5.38 6.41 AM Arrive Matteawan, Dutchess June. New York, NOKTR 11.45 6'SO Pass. Pass. A Ft. a.m. a.m. 800 Leave New Tork, Dutchess June, Arrive Matteawan, 9.S8 7.00 7.3S p.m. 1S.49 8.10 10.00 p.m. 1S.4 1.30 Pine Plains, MUlerton, 8.51 C. L. KIMBALL. Gen'l Snpt. HOUSATONIC RAILROAD TIME TABLE. To take effect Mondat, Jau'y 6th, lt7. lime when Train Arrive at thv Several Stations. GOING- MOUTH. 1 P' SP'a ThT Bridgeport Stepney Botsford Newtown Ilawleyville Brookfield June Brookflold New Milford MerwlnsvlUe Kent Corn w'll Bridge West Cornwall Lime Hock Palls Village Canaan Ashley Falls Sheffield Gt Barrinptnn A.. 10.30 10.55 11.05 11.15 11.85 11.40 11.45 18.00 18.10 13.61 1.09 1.1 l.9 1,84 1.49 1.54 S.04 9.19 8-99 S.85 9.43 9.48 9.54 8.04 8.10 8.15 3.85 3.35 VanD'usenviUe Housatonic Glendale Stockbridge South Lee I jtt. Lenox Furnace Lenox Dewey s PlttMfield GOING SOUTH. IP's 9 PM TIT r.u. 900 910 918 933 980 9 49 9 47 953 10 01 10 OH 10 14 HI 31 10 41 10 47 11 03 11 08 11 19 11 89 11 47 18 08 19 38 18 64 1 04 1 18 1 84 1 36 1 48 P. It. 985 945 955 300 806 3 16 388 ;s m 884 3Ki 3 4A 4116 480 430 450 1 4 V 610 596 555 6 90 645 710 7 15 730 i 4li 8 1X1 880 Plttsflcld If, 51H 688 A 90 540 6 46 6 . o bOi H 16 6 HO 40 646 Dewejs Lenox Lenox Furnace Leo Sonth Lmo Stockbridge uionciale llmiratmiic V'D'villn V. M. 8il ' 4 00 4 8 45 460 6 16 6 80 646 606 6 80 666 785 800 b 840 00 9 90 940 UrrlL't(iii Shuffluld Aslilitv Kallrt Canaan Falls Village Lime Kock Went Cornwall S I CD 'ornwall Bridge Kent MerwlnsvlUe New Milford Brortkfinlri a 5 Brookfield .Tunc la iv If vvtKc Nuwtown Botsford Stepney -Bridgeport. 315 850 10 80 II. W. FRANKLIN, Superintendent. STATE LINE BRANCH. . IGOINU NORTH. Pass. Pass. Ft. T.Ft. r. . Van Deusenville, 9.89 9.90 W. stockbridge, 7.50 9.50 10.00 Mate Line, 8.05 8.00 GOING SOUTH. Pass, PAsa. Pt. Tm.rr r. . 8.90 9.60 Van Deucenville, ". 8.40" 19.80 W. Stockbridge. 8.15 8 20 isoaw State Line. 8.06 8.10 DANBDRV BRANCH. ' GOING NORTH. P. X. P. X. P. X. A. X. A. X. Urooktleld Junct. 7.10 6.60 1.04 11.40 795 Danbury, 7.00 6.00 18.46 11.80 71Q GOING SOUTH. BrookfleldJunct. 7.15' 6.80 T.'4 i'40 vjs Danbury, 7.86- 6.85 1.84 18.00 7.40 Stage Connecttone With 10.SO a. m. train from Bridgeport, via. : At Stepney, for Upper Stepney AMonroe,Tnea- , days, Thursdays, and Saturdays. At Newtown, for Woodbury, Soutbbury,Soutk Britain and Sandy Hook, dally.' At Danbury, for Brewster's Station. New JHilford. for Park Lane, North viB. Marbledale, New Presle Warren, Brldgewater, CUUf bee and Uoxbury, dally. for Sherman, Toesdays.Thttmi .. .. dy' n' Saturday. " " " " Woodvllle, Bantam Falls sij Litchfield Mondays ft'ed .. n nesdaya and Friday. 3 "Cornwall Brldsre. for Litchfield and 8har on, daily. i4 " West Cornwall for Goshen, West Goshen. North Cornwall, Gold'a Mills and Cornwall Centre daily. " Fall. Vlllnsjre, ror Lime Rock, Salisbury" Lakeville, dally. ' Barrington. for Hartsville, New Marlbore T, Mill River, UillsdaleandNo'Ui and South Egremout. daily. " " for Montey, Tuesdays Thursdays, and Saturdays " I.ee. for New Boston, Sandlsfield. Tyringham Kast Lee, WestBecket and Otis CentM - dailr- Becket Centre and North BlandforS Mopdayo, Wednesdays and Fridays. " Plttafleld for Hancock, daily. lyM DENTISTRY! DK STEWART, at the urgent request of his patients in Lakeville and vi cinity has opened an office In the bank building in that village, where he may be found Tharoslar and I'rldnr off neh 111 r eithei in Surgical or Mechanical Dentistry periormea in ine nest possible manner. LAIIOHIKG flAa tor extracting without pain. Nu extra rh rtri for oa hM aw. platce. 4tfr ADVERTISE VS THE THIS SECTION Of the country It filled Absolutely Full OF THE CONN. WESTERN NEWS, AND AS AN MEDIUM j IT HAS 3?o Supertflr A.M. 5 15 11 40. 840 198 5 60 1866 800 1 u 610 144 845 C 14(. 700 S95 716 too 7 48 455 8 00 p 580 8 03 AX B40 8 81 8 00 . io 887 806 655 8 39 6 15 1 10 8 66 8 80 785 08 688 7 &e 915 6 46 93 664 89 700 S 85 706 47 716 9 68 7 83 9 67 7 98 10 08 7 87 10 15 7 47 HSRX1B0UTS.