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Office In Sanfard & Hawlcy'i Stpre. HAV WE A BOflOUCH 1 TIiIh (iifHtlnn hit been anked, and an swered in the alllriiiallve, lnt on Inquir ing why nothiiii: was ever done to Jim street, we were uni'Weied by being told Unit tlio fh there ws borough. Xo mif paiil iti y atu ntlun ti It. This ex plained why our street is suffered to go without being worked, or put Into any .sort of repair. Tim winter will won be iix.n us, mill It Is I'viilent tlmt nothing will lie done to keep the street free from ponds of wilier. It semis u good oppor tunity to cull nllention lo this mutter, mid 118 it is but a short time before the next legislature meets, would it not he well to petition for 11 new borough char ter, and set to work doing that which is absolutely needed, toward improving the street. Who will nuke the move to have the iKirougli organized and proper government instituted ? Water! Water!! The disaster which has apparently he fallen the Newtown Waterworks Compa ny excites considerable diriment, and not a few, especially of those who have watched the movement from a distance. are very much astonished at the want of enterprise of our citizens of the village in letting eo good an opportunity pass by as was offered to them by the propo sition of Marcus C. llawley, Esq. We are certain that the object which was had in view wus postponed by a want of knowledge in reference t the supply of water, and as it has been made a subject of, and used with effect, it is not out of place to say that it never entered the mind of Mr, Hull, the gentleman em ployed to survey the land and locate the reservoir, or the minds of the other gen tlemen most prominent in the water works question, to construct a reservoir which will supply the village with water flowing from the water-sheds. The whole arrangement and supply was based upon the known condition of the land and the springs that could be ppened, and it was from living springs that good, pure water was to be ob tained. Several pereons in the village got the notion from some source that there were no springs in the lot now, and that there had never been any, and concluded that if water were to be ob tained at all it must be surface-water These refused to lend their support up on these grounds. This, so far as we know, is the only reason assigned by anyone for not subscribing to the stock. We present below a letter from Mr Hull of Bridgeport elucidating the mat ter in question, and ohviatiDg the ob jections interposed, and it is to be hqped ihat. at some future day, our citizens rieecle3ec terprise. As regards the value of water kept at hand in case ot fire, we cite in evidence the recent one in Danbury on Wednes day night, Oct. 24, when a paper-box factory belonging to Abljah Abbott was discovered to be on fire a few minutes past 11 o'clock, and was totally de stroyed in a short time. The bujlding was in such proximity to others that, had there not been a good supply of water kept at hand there is no telling the amount of damage it might have Caused. A building that stood only a few inches from the burning factory was saved with but slight damage. What would be the fate of this village as now situated if a fire got started ? What means is there at hand to quench a Are eating up one of the tine' buildings on the street? Even if your cisterns are full in winter, how are they in sum mer when fires are most to be dreaded ? The only defense you have at present is your wells and cisterns; these are! useiess unless there are men enough to convey the water. If every one could say for a certainty that there is no danger of a fire happening, and that for present, domestic use we have plenty of water, it would not be necessary for 1)3 to trouble you any further qn the subject But there is danger and we feel it our duty to raise the cry of yarn ing. To anyone washing to make public any objections that can be urged against the project in question, we gladly offer me use ot our columns. Bridqepokt, Oct. 23, 1877. Editor of the Bee : T Reports have reached jne from time to jtime tnat certain gentlemen state that there is no water at the point located for a reservoir for the contemplated water works for your village except from the sides above said reservoir, or what we call water-sheds. I utiw make the same statement tjial l made in my report at the water meeting held in 8an ford's Ball, that there was an abundant sup ply of water from the springs alone to supply the village. I examined this one :and important point with a gooij deal of care and became fully satisfied that there was water in abundance for al! purposes. My long experience in water works for. munioipal and power pur poses for thirty years giyes me some ad vantage in being able to judge in regard to matters of this kind. I am quite satis fied hat, by constructing a reservoir where located, it will open new sources of supply from springs that are out of sight, or do not show themselves at the surface. There is sufficient evidence of this on fact at tne lower side of the Io (Pation of said reservoir. I siy now, as 1 have previously stated, that there is an abundance of water at the point locate I for the reservoir from jprings alone without the aid of water sneds which the erassy hill-aides afford. As I have already stated, l.examined thin one point with care, as it was an import ant one. Mr. Richardson examined this Ikiiiii. bit. rrer and both tullv en W , .LTnH'n " 10 1"""'"?- 'have Jiad a long experience in ih is kind f - " - - . . . . , work, ami It cannot be possible Ilia' we are all In error in judgment on thin one point. Wu think not, as wit think too niui'h ot our reputation to make no grots an error as thin would be in staling thai llieru wan till abundance of wiitri when such was not tie Incis When Bi'iiUiiiien like Messrs. llawley, Dick iV li. U. Booth take hold willi so much earni stnem ill the limltcr and subei ibe to liberally to l lie work for the ublic good, is it not well for all to imprest themselves In this work f It Is lor 1 he public ijooil imd equal beiicijt to all. Yours &c, B, II II I'M,. AEBIVAL8 AMD DEPASTURES. Miss Mary Tousey, who had been vis iting her aunt, Mrs. David Johnson, during the past hummer, returned home lust Monday Marcus U. llawley, and lady loft on Friday of lust week for a visit to Chicngo and Omaha, und will return in a few days. ill-. John 15. Wheeler left for Chicago lust Thursday. Mrs. llermon Peck left town last Sat urday, to visit her sister, Mrs. Morris, in Bridgeport. Mrs. Nathaniel Wheeler and children, of Bridgeport, are stopping at Dick's Hotel. Mr. J. D. Faircblld, of Brooklyn, was in town over Sunday, visiting his friends at the Central House. Mrs. Susnn Hall has returned to Sandy Hook, and may be found at her old quar ters at Mapleside. Miss L. C. Moody Is again in town, and is stopping at her former residence. Miss Bessie Roberts, who has been visiting her friends in Hawleyville, for several weeks, returned to her home, in Northampton, Mass , last Thursday. Mr. John T. Kelly, of Middletown, N Y., arrrived in town on Tuesday, Oct. 23d, and returns home to-day with one of Newtown's fair daughters, Miss Maggie Collins, as his bride. Miss Abigail Peck went on a visit to her friends in New Haven on Tuesday. DEATH OF A JOURNALIST. Minott Augur Osborn, for over fifty years connected with the New Haven Register, died at his residence in New Haven, on Wednesday of last week, in bis 67th year. He became one of the proprietors of the Register in 1834, and has been its head since that time. His public life is well known to most of our readers. In private life he was among the most congenial of men. He was a kind neighbor, a genial employer, a valued citizen and au honeat man, whose good works will long survive him. He leaves eight children, the eldest of whom, Minott E., succeeds his father as manager of the Register, Mr. Osborn was a distant relative of Mr. Minott Augur of this town. SODDEN DEATHS. A double funeral took piace last Satur day afternoon, in Zoar. On Thursday .. o- .--jMnn. me luneml was to have taken place on Friday afternoon. On Friday morning her brother, Shel den Berry, died suddenly in the same house, aged 76 years. Ou Saturday af ternoon, a brother and some of the neighbors followed the remains to Berk mure cemetery. 1 ae iwo oodles were buried in one grave. The cause of their deaths is unknown. It was truly a sad sight to behold. A SUEPEISE. Friday evening, October 19, a party of ladies and gentlemen assembled at the residence of Mr. Starr Polley, in Taun ton district, and gave that gentleman and family an old-fashioned surprise. It was the most sociable and entertain ing affair of the season. There were readirgs, recitations and singing. Rev J. P. Hoyt and lady were present. We are informed that the refreshments were in abundance, and all who were present expressed themselves as being highly gratified with their visit and the euiov- ments of the hour. A CATA8TE0PHE. One day last week one of our citizens, who was the possessor of two fine cats, (Teal beauties), had one of them killed in a sudden and cruel manner by a dog. The whole household was plunged into grief by this awful calamity, and as a token of respect crape was placed upon the remaining cat. The burial of the deceased and cruelly murdered pussy, was attended with great solemnity, and the remains deposited in the little grave with tender care and with many sincere regrets. Requies CAT in pact. THE IECTuTIE. Prof. Sedgwick's lecture, in the Con gregational church, Thursday night last, was very entertaining and instructive. There were not as many present as there wouid have been, owing to the changes that were made. The lecturer, gave no tice of the lecture for Wednesday night. Of that entertainment we cannot in tbis issue say anything. THE DEMOCEAHC SEHATOEIAX CONTEN TION Met in Sanford's Hall, Tuesday, Octo ber 30th, all tte delegates present. Mr. George Winton called the convention to ord ir, and stated the first business to be the appointing of a temporary chairman. Mr. Henry Perry, of Danbury, was cho sen chairman ; Mr. C. H. Murphy, of tmnoury, clem. -Committee on Permanent Organiza tion; Dituon Disbrqw of New Fair field, Thornae White of BidgeSeld, C D. Meeker of Redding. Committee on Credentials : Horace T. Peck of New Fairfield. Wm "it nin. verofNewtowp and John O Peebe of r.k.i r - - - - --v,,t;ci. C'oiumitiuu on Ittwoluiioint : Mr, John Mooney of Newtown, C'lius. I'orlur Of Redding mid John 11. Murwin of liiook III Id. lteporl id Committee ou l'uiuuiueul organization presented the Oniunut Ueo. U. Wiutou ut NvKluwu, euairuieu, and U 11. Murphy ul Danbury, clerk, lie port accepted and Mr. S luiou look the uhuir, and upou woiiuu lu lake au lulor uml tMllut, tellers Wiu. U. Glover and Unluou S. IVck were uppuluud. Au lu loiiusl ballot showed, loul ol the tweu I) -lour voles cast JoualUau ball lord ol lleduiug received 0, L. U. Uopkiusot Now Fairtield V, l. Mcuaer ol brook Belli 0, Uoo. W. liMdley of Newtown , and C. 11. bticpurd ii. A uiotioU to uojuuru uutil 2 o'clock wus inude una tuiiii.il. Mr, Douglue F'uiicnilU ol uiu ceuuul Uulel appoaruu ul tlie door ami said ; "Geulleuieu, please come to illuucr, quick." 1'lie announce ment and iuvilaliou caused Cuusidciaule uiemweut, uud ihe delegates leurcu W lue hotel, wliere a uiosl bouuwui supply of good tuin were set beloie lue wail ing multitude aud dispatched lu Hue style. Tne very bust leollug prevailed. Ou luu assembling of lUe delegates ul two o'clock lue several lrieudi ot the caudiUuies urged the claims ot eucu with lorix. Air. ueury Ferry ot Daubury wus the principal speaker. We eauuot attempt to give bul a Dure outline ol all Uiul wus wild aud Uuue. A second lulormal ballot was taken, with bul a slight clmuge, aud ibai was in tuvor ot L. L. tlopkius, who received 7 votes. A thjrd lulormal ballot was iheu takeu aud resulted lu uo choice, hut exhibited au increase Vole tor J. bau-lord, it was then moved and carried that a loruiul bullol be taken, aud after tour uullolsMr. Jouuthau ii. Suulordol ited ding, huviug received 14 votes, wus de clined Hie uomiuue. 11 wus llicu moved that the nomina liou be declared unanimous, wuiuh Wat curried, and a committee appointed to wail upou Mr. Sautord aud notily him ol lus uomiuulion. Mi: Sanford appear ed aud returned his iduuas. A paper was also read highly commen datory ot the candidate lor sheriff, Aarou Suuiord. Mr. Dibble of Daubury made a very pleusiug address aud wus listened to with great attention. Mr, L. L. ilopk ins made a stirring speech also. Several other geutlemen spoae, the meeting then adjourned. Owing 10 a wuni of space we ure uuu ble to give the uumes ot the delegates. LOCAL JOTlUfOS. Head the electiou notice. Be sure and read ihe advertisement of Prof. Sedgwick. Mr, Thomas Aldis has moved iuto his new house ou iiolsford'a iiili. Mr. Starr Blackmau, of Hawleyville, was again opeiaied upou, yesterday. . ( iliyujueeu tls"ulftiuy'"ii6iiu" tert iiays more. H. Sanford, Esq. is having the walk graded iu front 01 tlie siore ol Sanford & Huwley. Thut blind diieh just below the resi dence of Mr. M. S. Otis is damaging the road, and snould be fixed. Hon. Charles H. Crosby, of Dunbury, wus nominated by the iiepublicuu con Vention ior slientf, Oct. 2yd. Judsou Bios, have hud their entire store building painted uud liimmed. It looks very tlaeiful and ueal. Wild geese ure passing southward. Our readU's euu draw tneir own infer ence. John Saftford, senior, of 'Bandy llook. received a p.uiifui wouud iasi week by stealing on thu tines ot a Jjuckle. Mr. Uiuuson Buckley picked a quince Wuilmig twenty-tour ounuea liom one of his trees lucl wuea. At the republican convention held in Daubury, Oct. 30lh, Sidney E, Huwley, Esq., ot Brookfield was nominated for senator. Three youths wasted their entire stock of ammunition on three squirrels up one tree, a few days ago, aud had to givo up the job. Mr. Win. 0. Griswold has taken charge of Sauford's grist miil, in Sandy Hook. The buckwheat mill is in running order. Bring on your grist. The lectures in the Congregational Church are the finest we ever attended. Do not let this opportunity pass bv with out attending them. Mr. Glover Hawley removed the larire brown stone monument and the remains of his son from the Newtown cemetery to his lot in Lands End cemetery. E. M. vVilson aud his corps of work men have been at work on Sanford's grist mill, adding window frames aud new siding, where most needed. Curtis & Son have made many good improvements in their Button - Factory, in Berkshire. They have purchased two new boilers, and will have them in opei ation soon. Mr. Bankhead, of Bridgeport, and Mr. Charles Gunn, of Danbury, will move into the residence recently vacated by Mr.- Starr Polley. Mr. Polley has moved into Beaver Brook district. The Court of Errors having reversed the decision of the Supreme Conrf, which gave Eugene Ward tl.000 damam. against Wm. J Dick, in the recent slan der suit, meets with much fayor from all parties. Selectman Mitchell informs as tfcat be visited the hoqse occupied by the town poor, and fqund that the Inmate were well cared for. and had every attention possible, and that Mr. J. H. Botsford de served commendation for the well kent abode oj those under his care. j The repairs to the tchoolhouae, N. C, District, will be completed this week, The edifice has 1 uiuih more cheerful look nine Key nulds interviewed it with two etmta of paint. Samuel W. Pott, Esq, of Bennett's Bridge, is the democratic candidate for Senator In Ihe Fifth District. We shan't vote for any man for that office (hat liven in New llayun County. Smith A Perkins have been at work painting the Interior of R. Nichols Haw ley's residence, In Hawleyville, and It it said to be, by those who have teen the rooms, yerv handsomely doue. II. S. llawley station agent at Hawley ville has been shlpning a large quantity of apples and walnuts, averaging at least 20 bushels of walnuts per day since the season commenced. The Newtown Paste Board Band have not dlsbauded, hut are practicing for future glory. The wet weather would rutl their instruments Is the only reason why they have not "sarahnaded" any In the past two weeks. Several ladies and gentlemen from Danbury visited the Central House one evening last week, and after procuring the services of Prof, Blakslee, organized an Impromptu dauce, and had very en joyable time. The woods are full of amateur sports men, and the poor birds have to fly from bush to bush In order to keep from be ing trodden under foot by them. Occa' sionally one gets " ragg'd" but there are exceptions to all rules. The closing exercises of the fall term of the Academy will take place next week. Thursday, examinations, and en Friday closing exercises, to which the public are cordially invited. The next term begins Nov. 19th. See advertise ment. Wm. Cothren, Esq , sent us a box by express (Tyler's) in which were some green peas and fine raspberries, which were sweet and fresh. The peas were full In each pod. Mr. Cothren will please accept our thanks for these fa vors. Some one whose judgment was sadly abused by an inordinate love of the beau tiful caused the disappearance of a choice plant from the dooryard of Mr. I). M. Reynolds, Wednesday night of last week. The other temptations have been re moved. Geo. W. Barker & Co., clothiers, cor. Main and Bank streets, invite you to call and examine their stock of ready- made clothing, which they are offering to Durchasers at rjrices that cannot be beat. Their goods are well made, and will fit you as perfectly as those of any establishment in the city of Bridgeport On last Sunday Rev, J. P. Hoyt extend ed, an invitation to the members of bis church end congregation to be present at his house Thursday evening. The Rev erend gentleman has been a happy and nrosDerous Benedict for ten years, and it ' " mill u 10 greei, on mis occasion, their many friends, A train hand was knocked off a gravel train on the Housatonic railroad a few days ago. While leaning over the side his bead struck a whistling poBt. The engineer saw the accident, and stopped The man jumped up on to the train leaving his hat behind and when asked why he did not pick up his hat. said he wanted to right the post, and forgot it wails fromwoodbury. neveiTmore. Ob I sad the grief, that bids the heart. That beat with !ove before. Suppress its throbs and sternly say Love shall be Never mere I Twas long ago when Urst we loved The halcyon days ilf yore " But they have paused a happy dream. And shall be Nevermore t Ah t lovely were those moonlight hours. The locust bending o'er, With whispers sweet, which now must be Remembered Never mere I How sweet our walks through wood and glen On hill by shady shore ; How can you dare to bid me these Remember Never more ! How oft we've felt the dear delights. That thrilled our hearts' deep core ; Oh 1 sad the thought that thou should say Then shall be Never mart I How oft the sweetest sympathy Has spread our feelings o'er ; Ah 1 what sad fate now bids tbee say This shall be Never morel Toe happiest hours to mortals given We've counted by the store ; , Then can you e'er consent to say These shall be Never mmret Bvt, if thoa hast forgotten quite The love to tbee I bore, Thoa doest well we both will tay Tkit stall is New mart I Woodbury Items, W. Cothren Esq., has just gathered to-day, Oct. 81st, bis Ocober crop of raspberries. If the weather continues fine he will be able to gather his No vember crop, as be has once before done. Thjs variety of raspberry is a very won derful one, It ripens berries every month. The bushes are still in bloom. We have had no frost to stop the bearing power of this hardy variety. It is val uable addition to any man's garden. Daniel Tuttle says he pannut stand the outrageous conduct of tlipse fel.ows that throw stones af bis windows. Ue ays be has tot a "shootlug Iron," now, and If Ihey come again lie will pepper them." He ha spoken to Htouuara bout it, end asked bis advice. Stoddard Is careful, and little adverse to aavise shooting, although be thinks the scamps deserve t, the does not advise deadly shots, lie Is Inclined to thlnl If David "shoot low," and wounds ihe miscre ants In tbeir ankles, that Ibey may re pent, and live to become better citizens, instead of putting John Ashley Atwood tu unnecessary expense. John lias enough on bis baud now, without add ing to hi burdens. Our new lock up I being rapidly built. George Roswell bas the job. He is aided by his father, and tnat old pio neer, our friend, Cereus Buxton. It I said there was a little talk of putting an injunction ou the building of the lock up. It was thought to be only a little game of our first selectman, Mr. Beards- ley, to build some fire proof room under the Town Hall a most favorable locali tyIn which to put the Probate and Town records. This suggestion I re ported to have alarmed Lewis's Block, as the Probate records sre now kept in a little outbouse behiud that block, and no one is certain what would happeu If the guards should be murdered. It is a seri ous question one calculated to make the most callous-hearted man tremble. Mr. Editor if your towu bad only one street two miles long, and both ends were envi ous and jealous of each other, you would understand a little what we enjoy In our good old town of Woodbury. 0. Piatt Crane, Horace H. Minor, William Stewart and William Cothren are the appointed delegates to the Lltch field county Republican Sheriffs con vention. The republican caucus for the pur pose of nominating candidates for repre sentatiues to the General Assembly will he held at Town Hull, Friday evening, at 7 o'clock. It is very dosirablc, on every account, that the several branches of the party should be present, hurmo nize their views, present good candidates and an undivided phalanx. Only the private street lamps shiue yet. Tlie people cry out for a general re-lighting. A friend hands in the following as the latest attrouomical discovery from the celebrated Woodbury Observatory, which is the receptacle of tne most per fect astronomical instrument in the world. We quote: 'The last comet appeared In Woodbury some four weeks since. In the constella tion Virgo. After sundry unaccounta" ble motions, it has disappeared iu the arras of the Centaur. Our chief astron omer expects its reappearance in due time., in the MILKY WAY." "No more at this present" from your unknown friend, Nameless. Editor of the Bee : Dear Sir : A ronvention of Juvenile Tenl l-" - "",, ""opto. i. Hall, in Bridgeport on Saturday after noon, the 37th inst Delegates from each of the five Temples in Fairfield Co. were present, beside many visiting mem bers. About twenty were present from Newtown. The regular delegates from Alpha Temple, No. 1, at Sandy Hook, were Charley Gately, George Taylor, Frank Perkins and Jackson Sanford, and from Olive Branch, No. 14, in South Centre District, Annie Henderson, Lee sie Beers, Robert Tomlinson and Char lev Johnson. The convention was called to order at 1 30 p. M. by T H. L. Tallcntt, of Glas tonbury, the General Superintendent. At 2 o'clock a recess was taken, and Pear! Temple, of Bridgeport, opened in usual form, and initiated five candidates. The exercises for Good of the Order, were very interesting, consisting of n ai ings, recitations, and music both vocal and instrumental. Brief addresses were made by Mr. Tallcott, Mr. A. C. Stod dard, of Fairport, N. Y.. and Rev. Al pheus Winter, of Greenwich, Conn. The convention adjourned at 4.33 p. M., all declaring it to have been a most enjoya ble occasion. M. F. P. FOB "JOE" AND "THE BEE." Please Joe, don't plague us I We are over-sensitive, already, from unkindest of all and from all, and now, cruelly thoughtless Joe, goes and plagues us tome more. Isn't it punishment enough "By tbeir fruits . e.Berry's ye shall know them?" We do seem to be wide ly known by our fruits, and by naught else. Supposing our fruit will not let it self be cultivated by neighborly hands ? We have tried it, and found the soil un willing to be disturbed from its natural or rather unnatural inactivity. "Needs must" share our spoils with others, and no soil so peculiarly adapted to trans planted fruit, as that of Mt. Nebo where one is sure of a higher and belter growth almost immediately. "No doubt Easterly bas read Shiloh," and no doubt it ie the only bo k she, or he ever has read. Now there is another book in town and so near as Mt. Nebo, our heart goes out to it, and our hands would fain do likewise. Will Joe kindly lay that "fourth edition," on the gate post the very first moonless night f We will endeavor to grope for it without disturbing the dog or the neighbors, for the prospect of seeing a book with quite a circulation, is as tempting as the rare odors of roast turkey and oysters to the fashionable "tramp." Now don't go to retorting, by asking if it is our custom to go prowling about, for things left out on dark nights, for we shall feel "hurt" If yon do. How can well-read Joe speak of the world renown of Newtown as a bappen: ing of the future 1 Doesn't "everybody under the su-n' know it is "some where near Danbury ! Though "a neighbor oyer in Newtownj" the Jfe rn.au" has JVVw MmU BtUeitA and JUtemmtHttt Ki JW HtUU'i and Jtteommttulttt JVfti ifutit htUftt4 and Jlrtvmmtn SONGS. Bailor' Grave, flsA. Kstra see , Pfke, . Farewell, Soprano or tenor la 1 Contrast f Banieaa U E. fries, lie, Happy Utile Maiden, t Verr P7 UlUs balUd. Mce. Me. Nobody' Daring but Mine, ' Ous at banks' best efforts Prise, V Haunting Eyes, f Bailed la Mr.. TJiOBies's soi (lieutf stjrie. Prke, VJ. Tb4lUft rtna ossorlftlve mom ,at BartUms-. " 440 SOiNGSWlTllGUOliUS Take this Utter to My Mother, One of th stoat popular eonfs ei the tta.. Price, 4US. , tiutherlog Shell from the Sea shore, Will rPl.. lmiuiss Suooaes-Ooe flra alone, u. Cuieo,. erdersd lO.ww soyies. Wica, Sunny Eye. of Old, Vsrjf ana so a. Prists. Me. Sweet Birds, T etvr4 rvst. . terv slafaat seas eesapemloa le Uiu Bvbia tell Hilij I'm Coming. " rrtoe, U. QIJAKTLTTLS. The Lust Ship, Mixed or mate voices . Price, Mk . Witu the Tide,. Miiwl or aula voices. Price, tic. C. A. White. YVelcuain Tu-uigul Killed or mala voices Price,,39C. Where the UippUog Waiers Eluw,. Mixed or mala voices Puneh 85c. 1 he Fairy lioal, forrlUer. Price, He. shiue Uul, Stars, 1'rlca, 60c Love's tiuldeu Days, Pud:ty Smk. C D. Blahe Price, Tsc. Kvery iiuiUittc in America should order aU o the above lur Cuuwrte, nnslnaie, (Serenade or. Pariur. IN STiiUMS TAL. Autograph Waltzes, JUreiwct Aie lUu most popular waluea of ttve day. 1 nce liigagcuieut VYaiuea, XirauM l UJ. Fall Uivur Line .Hatch, V. D. Blake.. .fc'iue uiarcti for piauu or cabinet oisnu. me,, 4uc. Soldier's Keluru, ilurceau de Salon, ' KMer Pur piauo. - Kxcelleul piano piece, iiut vi) uu ncuit. 1'ciot, Jl. f lie Lithe bbepheidese, K P. WiUt.. Exceedingly brig-lit and preVv 01 tne eiie uf. " Ine onepneid lio) 1-rice, o0cs. Bird ot ihe Forest, Cerl ttdut.. Nice summer piece. Price, Me. NigUl iu June, WiIm.. one of those fine, dreamy Keveriwe ii elucs,, YVnuun excels, price, SOc. ihe Morris Dunces, Cliaracteristie piece for piano ; one of tne "aa bury hews Stan's " taxuriles. Price, sue. UrauU Festival March, Met PUyttd by tbe celeixmud O. 8. 11. Band,' rt eriowu. Price, sttc MuiU lent to atyr pttrloftkttrMM Muiie lint U anrpar f Mt tnrief Jfuiit itnl tt) arty pari el Me sreriof 0 retttpt ttpriet. Vpt rtfipt tf frit. Cfon rtceipl of prin. 4ddrm aU r4rt to Addrett ntf ordert t Addreti all triUri la J, E, MorristKg( 2 Opera Huse J. h, MorrjStNp. Upera Housg J.E.MQrfiSjNq, 20peaHqusi PAHBTJRY, CONN. PANTRY, CQNN. , - f' .: -, . t t