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ObM. B, 1 lover, who was littoitlcai.d,
wa run orer and killed by lb SUr.u. Hmln od tht D. 4 Jf. IV R., Saturday. Wo blame rata upon rtke railroad' offlo. lull, u tb accident occurred In Mad Cat, nd be wu aut seen lu Unit to flap -the train. Jehn a Wllion, wife and plaoUUtlt "Mary E. Andrews, started for St. Cailis rlne's, Ontario, Thursday morning last, nd Intend to roaka a circuit tbronghout Hlia western portion ot Canada, glyl'U ticoltish am turn. DmotraL All our bat factories now appeai-to h operathtf to ft (ratter or Itwx-r eilent, .and a fair trade, for January, la tba r tault. Some complaint li mud In refer encs,U;iow wagea.bul the sam draw .back pre valla la every other brunch ol .tnecliaolca, the eouutry ovur. ItuUgious iineatlnga are held in our cliurcliis night Jy, aud. efforts are beliuj nmdu for an .awakening. II. ' - '.Woodbury. It la not generally believed, orup ipoaed, that tba borde of liwnps, .that arc 'tiavellng ttbrough the country, sustain ing their worthies Uvea by aponglng food and raiment out of the producing classes In obiojriirnlilcii, connllute a very devout class of AHtUevcM in tlio auciod ness of the old Presbyterlnti ''Saturday night" ; but uny pre-conceived notion on that subject will bear a re-examination, If it ii against the theory of, .their (belief in the Sabbath's commencing at suudown on Saturday, rdgbt, in the light ot recent weals- tSaturddy night last, seven robust- aud hurtlhf' tramps, some of them, apparently, robed in their "beat .go-to-uieulings,'' sought lodgiDgs iii our roost oseful lock u. Od what theory, other than Satiirday-nigut conscientious- Jiess, can wa cixpluiq this large arrival of Aramps In thia inland, rural town, about the "time of -the agolpt down of the suu"f It must be, that the hacreduess of the hour, the near approach Of the day of rest (do day of rest to them, how ever, more thuu any other, for tbuy beg their daily bread ou ihatthe sauie us ou other days), and tbebeniga neeociutioiis .connected with it, leads) their truant ,sleps lock-up-wards. But this beautiful theory ras a little clouded by the fact -.that one of the-, trumps begged of our Jlrst selectman a "little bit of a candle," -as he wanted to do a little mending ; and .ho whs afterwards seen "through, the grates" at the task of mending bis trous ers. But alter all thls'musl not be tukeii as a refutation of the ennobling theory, for this acting of a single trump could, probably, be oxcused, on the ground ot being a "work of necessity." It biis heretofore "been suggested that ,tu Iran ps are a regularly organized body, fhaving regular offloers, regular pass--words, and regular beats, and that they iiave means of rapidly disseminating de- rsiruble information among the members. 'The pass-word for Woodbury is beSievtd to be ''Lock-up." This view 4 the iinatler is supp irtwl by the tact Unit a fair share of them, on their arrival, do not even enquire of ur first selectman, .arid get permission to go toitke )uot-up but enquire ofSUtdard its unci loca ition, and . immediately depart tlierefor.- Stoddard is fully persuaded that they have "passed the Word," and the clan are well posted, nifti need uii.lv a litHe i list ruction iriiu him in the mailer of geutfraphtcui ixiHlmn lie does not tuiflk it rash to decide this question without further inqviry. Hull, as is his wont, be is willing to note the facts more carefully, aud report. It is satnnited that "there has Lweu n marriage in kiirh hie in this town re cently. If tho suspicion lie true, it is no Jess than the espousul of Levi aud Sarah il., she that aforesaid bath resided un der rthe same roof with him in the hos pitable mansion of .'.'widow Abirum," and is the mother of three beautiful children. If this be so, then it would seem natural that this marriage came ' about under the inspiration of the recent marriage .under the same roof. If so,; too, it certainly is well, for good exam ples should be followed uud it has. lieen utteu ootiocd '.that oite "wedcKng. in a neigbbortiuod is pf to follow another." But the only proof that any such thing h.. occurred, so far as known to your correasundeiil, are.ertaia) . suspicious facts and mowitnenti noticed bf our Daniel and Surah-. ; "fbe supposed happy jmir war notice' going in the direction of the parson's, clad in their best uoli .day attire. -IJetnTnlng soon, thej called on Daniel and Sarah, vrhea their man ner whs very affectionate, and such as. " would become a newly welded pair ' Stoddard isin deep philosophy over this; matter. . . Mr. L J. Allen is -rapidly ailiocing 4b work on tbn Wise of Hrs'.'Altb'ea Minor. . She has selected a commaniMng ai desirable location, next south of the Methodist church. Judge Huntingtoa of this place, while arguing an interesting 'case in lliddle bury, a few day since, hid a fainting turn, and the friend about bim were much startled for a time. He bas suffi cieotly recovered to be in attendance on JiUafflcial dtlee at Hartford. Itii f!l Jhabit, and the staling condition of the -air in the small court-room, whieh was densely packed, sufficiently accoant for thtoccurrtnee. , Hon. Truman Smith, now In tfae7th year of hi age, while recenUy arguing a cas with much correctness, at Rotbury, faltered, put his band to bil head, and .fell back in chair ; bat aoon recovered and resumed is argument, bt con tin ned sluing for the most part. He talked a heir and forty minute la all On Monday night Mr. Joseph Welsh, formerly from Woodbury, died at the wsideoce of hi parent, in Bethel, aged waty-tw yaaa. Jtmm Pifaftfl, wh oowoUy In- quiras Into novel prnpositlons, now own nd oceuplea, says lb New Milford Oa uitt, .the bona owned and occupied by bis grandfather elglity-sli years ago. II also own a pork barrel which bis grand- fatbur than bad In ua, aud lUi rtlll, at this writing, msafully Btnployed in the preservation of pork.' Stoddard Is wil ling t believe Mr. Deforest under any oonoeivable clrcuiustwicaa, but itt baa not heard his .friend James rivy), and so will "inquire InUUt a little." The board of civil authority hold their annual nieetinit pur-uanl to sihImia Imi Monday evenlng.ai tho omce.nf William Coilnvn. tq , and nllud the vnrincv ti the Jury lm y elaclins Albrrt N. Jui- son, Homer A. Knot, David U. M.iinerS and Truman E. Wheoler, The Wood bury Hoard, for more than thirty years, lime followed the rule of dividiiiK thi Jurors equally between the two parlies, the only strife beins as to which slnill present the best men. A man should not it put luta tho Jury box on political ground, no inenrticr of the Uoaru should suggest the. name of a nmn be woiiki tie unwilling -to ftave sit in judg ment on M own case. Tim 'week of prayer ra duty observed hy,iliie cf.oui cbUKilxn, aiiurire and Interesting union uiei'tines were held by itie trirst ami aecanl congregations and Methodist churches. It is a good aigji when the churches in a community .can ;-soeje 10 eyei . fcver yours, KAMBUBsa, outii Britain. The man who:serit'rt ''New. Haven for a 300 pound grindstone M grind the face of the poor, was surprised to find they did noteep any such stones, and there fore he-had to contrive some other way to oppress the .dnwu-trqddon and lowly. Her, well lie hat -sucoeorted the lame neighbor, who bo kicked out of doors for telling him bie-oiilje and sheep were in bis meadow, can tell. " Tbe-wiMilen mill of 13rndk-y, Hoyt. & Co.. .has been shut down since Jan. 1st. 1t is to start up again this Monday morn iiig'witli all its acciatemtdjtogfr. Uur mercliante are as ousy as tiees ta king inventory, 'preparatory' to buying in their spring slock, and it will not he out "of the way to.ay wetiave a active aiid 'acco'tnmodHtiiig mvKhants ns-er graced any coininuiitly. and ifsmiieof Hie out oi-iowir people wore to enquire the price cf most of the Jeai.ing good they would be surmised tu find tkat they eai buy goods for less money than in any other village in this Slate. If any of four readers doabt this let them come and try. ns the old saying is "Ibe proof of the pudding is in the eating." A; .0. Wlnsliip, the popular black Smith, is 'so busy ho cannot get time to attend the daily prayer meetings during ilia week setaparl ns the week of prayer. It don't seem to affect him-much, as you caii'eiir bis merry song ami the ring ot his ttivil from, the gray dawn of uiorn nni8 way into these moonlight nights. iin'.H people began to ask "When does he alcepV" . : . -. ' "1'aiifield. tJie harness maker, has done one "good Hang ,in bis life if no other lit; has brought down the price of cob btbigdioota and shots from 1.25 to 50 cantjjt, auHome say that you can gela pair of bixis soled now for 40c. at the same place that six months ago you had to pay from Otic to $1.25, and the pro-1 prietr , of that plaiftay it is all on no-1 eonat of thi; ' faUlnit;,o,ff in in price of sola Visiter, iinw li ne this is I know 6t. 'Iiut out of curicisity I n.ked a slioe inKer bow much pair of half soles weighed apd found the weight to la from 4 to 8 ots. per piir. Then, Tnnkee (Hie. I asked the price, of sole leal bur, and his iiiiswer a. 37c' per Ik, Then ! in oiy own mind I said "What in the1 name of all that is good was sofe lenther worth six -months ago if the fall off of its ' price has caused, tlui.dilTerclire in price of ctflibliiig f" ' TlR'h jiext jid 1 to myself. Pirhiijis' iheac hHNiMlira me hnui d to work hi ehesip as aiiyone if. h the idd wui'M'i wild -wtlpii rea.liiii; i bat the K'oosau tttnpel cost $000 nr r.l. "sho would have a dress off that if "the old man di in'l lay lip a cent." It seems as if it '.ut make a difference wlinttwv sole leather ia- timiKht by Ibe ton or by theeiiigle side. , , O. r. 'Plait, the enterprising miller, is headtiver ears with workjietween hi? grist , and saw-mill, and has been obliged to employ additional help. ' 11. P llickok ;q. has one of the best cider-wills in the state.and U-cnry knows hnW fir make good cider, The past Fall .he ran his mill to its fullest capacity, and bas itow on band and for sale at' very, reatrnable prices some very "nice ci der, yhicb isdl.pure juio and- pleas ant As fc'ine: : .. -.Geo CaHfieid'hs (aken t, agency for thp aate af.'-AHfe'ti Impe-rint gg r.iil4 craelieil. oyster; shells,- flour' of H inti. gniund beef scraps, eitj; and' has a gnoil (Hook on hand, which be will sell in naiitit1vs 10 iitit, from on, pound upwards. - '' '' T " Bos. j SoulhroM? t TV'PUld like Jrt k. ruiw1 Mr.-'Wrftftg cniiiu nit in tuhi irnu wrmiir irn dividual iri retard to a crpet. ,. . Jasorl ra li:dnin'l' know nyihin.g abom it, but he will enquire into it. 1 ' " . That man ho rVa such 'a plowing lecriplioa of Soutbtord in- -ttw'ltrMce-. mrt Standjifd ifirxot . id. awntion wfcete hi" watcti wat toanuA Oilr effleien) coitahe..T. T Wheeitt. ilwTi ready t dUebdl to calU, eilMcr official or merOMitilef and in bit morels always to b found a let cf jolly felluwt a you ever met-. GillxTt HoHnson Em., our Trident v'rand iuror, can alwava he found at hit tilacksmitli shop. He will nor take up a caaa for the town antfl k has unde4 the part tt, aod ' it -he -firfiWHtifflcient cuuae for action, and commence t Caae, neither money nor thmatt wdjnuiuclitni Ut wiiiulraw it. 'If we bad a few more audi oroaecuttnt oflEM rime would aoon Im uukaown ia tbeae part.' Ai it is, the name of Bobmsao M a terror to wrong doer here. ...- . Cbas. R Odtmani ene el tb aelectroen of Bouihbury. ii our popular landlord, and t .his hotel can- layi be found such comfort for jnanand next a the travelrtitf pahlie will ad do apprteiate. Tot aee'we have plenty of officers, and itonegeU-inlo a tcrape hert he can just step. over nd gat N. U.' Wheeler, Esq. a young and promising lawyer to de fend him. and h will get tiru clour ' if there is any such thing; bat woe to tbe niaa thai. Newton U ag'iinat 1-i- he won't atop short of ride to New Haven with Theodere; bat Theodore it good company that if I had to go wilfi any officer, and euil kae tny choice, I should ebon Theodor Pt.by all means. I hope.Mr. Editor, yoa'tocy bavefrmiie club of solripewJtomier,nd I willflo toy Iwstlo UT yoe me news Uaset. SyrLopsis of a Few Cases Cured, Mr. N. Paralysis of the tipper eyelid, with psrtlsl paralysis of right side ol the faoe, of three months' standing Cured 4u twa wa by Dr. Smith. Mr. A. Catarrh of lb head and nos, of flllsun yearn' tindlng; ill charging uarrtitie i.f thtck "gnvulh umlVor fnaii kbrimt and nae;'uhig' ten biMidkerckiefs a day, w ith lose of smell and appetite. Cured iu tlx months by lit. 8'iillh, 117 Stalest. Judoc P.Could not wulk to the court from severe lumbago. Cured by few treatments. (Sea account in ttttndard a iom week ngo) Mks. B. 5nflned to bt ' bed foi nrtwiths from nervous proslralnn. Oureil In few wckt,(whicb waa-ala. txihlisli. ed to Standard). Mr. K. -mironlo oonsti)n1loi. if fif teen years,itb dU-lutrges like clay.lmrd aud dry pale ompiexioii, emachtteil, piostraied, aud given op by phyticluns;' Cured in thirty-three applications. . Mr. . Inrlamniatory rheumatism all over the body ; confined to bod for five months. Cured In five treatments. Mr J. inflammatory rheumatism of left leg. Cured 4u ten minutes. '' : Mr- B. Inflammatory rheumatism' of right arm. Cured in one treatment. ' Mr. C Dyspepsia, 4ieadacho, consll paVion, and piles of thirteen years-a cose with all the worst symptoms or each cooiplaint. Cured in thiee months. Mr: S. Rose cold ; had forsii' years past, .every June, lasting six weeks, -With acrid burning discharge of a watery cburncter.witb a feeling of being stopped up. Cured in seven treatments. Mc li. Neuralgiu of the, face and head, of a throbbiug, lancinating charac ter with convulsive movement of the face at Ibe height of the .ruysm; ligh. unendurable uervous prostration, lie lievtd io one application, and -cured of nervous prostration in two weeks.- - Mr. Q. Chronic bronchitis ami cutat ili having a hard, dry cough dryness of the throat, and tickling iu. the tbroal-pit, craving appetite the stomach soon feel ing full), nervous prostration, unable', to work. Relieved in three weeks, so -as. to be able to attend to business aud ouied in six mouths. :;..' ; -.-. Mr. IL Asthma of twelve ye'4Ya worse at uigbt; unable to lie down,great ri-8llessnas, pale face, cold perspiration ; constant cougluug, no phlegm ytelUing unul gagging and Voinitiog; various dyspeptic symptoms, cured in four months. -Wu. W. Bad ulcei,' Treated o'er a year by a Bridgeiwrt physician,'' and grew worse. Published in Standard some time ago.) Dr. Mnith cured him iu n few months. , Mr. D. Ulceratiorj of tho rwvvelsof seven yis with ten to fifteen passages a diy,vitli mucnus and bloody uischarges. emaciation and prostration. Cured in three months. Mr. L. Impotence and enlargement f the prostate gland. Cured .In, thrccJ months. Mr. W. Chronic rhevmatistq ' 'of1 seven years. With pains in all the juiius ; worse on i.'giiiing t move, ai.d,aitcr ij lii.g st ill for some time ; put'is at, jiighl in ktumlders and hips; nights fall ul pain with great restlessness. C'ortd iii two months. y i Mr. J. Dyspepsia and sick iieadat lie of eighteen ara' standing, having at-. tacks coiirliiing him Ui Imd three days in the week, with nausea, .vomiting and dia'rrbosa; stomach constantly disturbed' and almost continuous headache,- with fullness and belching of wind or sum acid after meals. Relieved in a-wedk. and cured in four months. - ! . Mr. 8. Cancer of stomach, havicf a hard ball that could be felt of the situ of a goose egg, causing constant nausea and fullness of the stomafh and astlirAa vomiting of a sour, foul-smelling liquid, looking like ink and coffee grouuds, with fcharn darting pains through tlieJ ttomaqh.aod bowels constipated. ' Void iting slopped, in two'weeks. '' Cabcer lib sorbed in two months, and -case cured in four months. . - ; Mr. W. SafTered from BpertaatoiT' boea and its effecls for sixtetn years. The disease still continued, daily, with burning pains in the stomach, and dj'a' pcpsla, . constipation loss of memory; aervousness, sleep full of honible an'u liiscivioaa dreams, aud entirely unfit ! attend lo business. Cured in' loitr raoaths. .. . , Mi. C Spinal Curvature ef four years treated by several pliysiciaiis.curcd ifi si muulus. Hiss U. Female weakness cured in four month. - -.- Hr. , W. Prolapsu - cured In' nine months rery bad case) ' '? The ahovoare only a few of hundreds of caw of similar character c.-rfisUntly being enred by l)r. Smith, 117 State fref , after trjiug every other method in vain, and often when other Electri cian, eyas), have railed to relieve mem. We receive no case that do not admit of Cure. " Coosulia'ion free. Note Dr. J. D. 8. Smith doe hot travel but I at bis office, 117 State street and he baa ao ORlTut as representa tive, either for consultation or diagnosis I -j - , - After four year practice in Bridge port, Dr. Smith challenges any physi cian iu show Wetter record a regards; care mad and permaniue . owning 'it a transient nature: -"' Addres Dr. J. D. S. SMITH. Leek Box 2341 Bridgepafl, Cesua. The und(?nigned roppoctfully announces to tho people of NVwfotw imd Ticinity, an3 (ht general , triveTui pdk- lie, that the above Hotel is now open for bu.ireR, mid thai no efforts will hv a ard to add to the comfort and pleasures of its guest-s. The table is wU supplied with tfee Wst that the -mmket afford. Our fooommodA. tions for Sleighing acid Dancing parties are unsufpas?e( and entertainment provided at diort notice.' Solicit ing a share of public patronage, I am respectfully, GEORGE H. DROWNE, Propfifjor, IUBTHLCT OV NKWl'OWN w A' Jiiuuarv Hth. inn. Probate Court, Ksttte ol Srab H, Clnrli late of Newtown, ifi Tbo C'oiitl ot Pxtibittfe for tbo Diwrict of New towu Imth litnitL-il JuitLdlowoii fix mom im irom ttii dme her of lor ihe CiPdliow ol Haiti Enutetotx 'liibit lb eir claims iortetlK-mt at. Tuo-mj who n-lecfto-urewnt tbeir aucount-, prupeily attested, witbiu suid time, will he di'b;tw?a u rrovery. All pereont indehtd tp suid Etute are requested to rrittkc nniJtiedlate paynuiii to MUMsUa (jliAUK, Aurainmraior. 1WS I RICT OF NETVTOWN Pt-obste Court, Jaiiuaiv l4tti. 1878 Estate bf Harriet livers, late of 'Newtown, In said District, dt-ceised. The Eiecutof reureseuts tno tsiate insolvent. -and priiys the appoinlnient of Coiumissioners (hereon. ORDKHED That Commissioners to receive aud examine, the clamm ot the creditors of aid Estate be appointed at ihe Probate Office in New town, on tbe 'Zlst day ot JanunryJB'S, at 2 o'clock m the afternoon, ot whicb oil persons in interest will take notice, and appear, if tbsy see cause, and be beard tbrrenn. CHARLES FAXRMAN, Judge. Stray CalVes. Came into tli enclosure of the sub scriber, on tlie first ol Jiin.. 2 red ciilves, wliicli '.he owuer can lmve by puyiug charges. . . - ' i- ' . , ...Hiram Barlow. - 'Newtown Jan. 7ib 1618. Holiday Goods Christmas is Coming. bTP, now offering extia inducements, and pehivu buraiu& in Die line of givinj ... JFAWCY-. GOODS. t'oltan; ColUireltes, IPuchet, Ties, Wori- (C(Jt. Motive. Jevielry, Uandkerehitf ' ' Extraet of ' all kinds, Lnmjier quin Kid 0'loves, All itades in iiic Ilaiulkerciiitft , In-, net; evt-iytitiog jou can Una in a tirat-clasit r BUCJ' ,taoou Htor. ftir' I'hose in livicd of Winter Hats will do well tutiMli.Wt m uow StLLlKtl AT 0O.-T. Great vfci-iety ot Trimmed Hatd on hand. Call ?uexamiue our goodi. MR$. DR. F. W. BROWN, WOODUUKV. ' - CT. HAVfi TOUB BEDS RENOVATED EI ADAMS' NEW PaTE.NT' RENOVATOR i Pntenled September 25th, 1877. . A New Process, Done i' Entirely by Steam, And not only make them clean and wbolewme, vbkh snvvntHKickueM, but relievta e h fltire from iu mttet condition, iucrvaiiug tbe bulk of tat btjdtroit-iitimeM one-ualf, Uitrol y rendenug tutiu mot n laxattou. Iu laci it ia eveiytbjig e-.-fuU.l to - Old pr New Feather Beds or Mat tresses Deitroying U moth or tiabiiitiei to them , rc nwviLir ail leifliurree&bla went (comuion to ew (eaj bert) and all Kuminr or irlutinou anbtstisDoe I ou tbe quill thereby preserving lhem lnnn the entK-ta oi uhhc w ouia tutivroie mj to ta citizn of tki place tlutt w are noiong tnem tot a e day r to r nder tiiem am . Essential JBenefit. Oar facilittes are aucb, that If ordered to do no, we etui- take and return bed tbe aaiue Hay, well WaoTBted.'tfnd reaOy tur iiamedvate oa. . ; ORDERS VT AT PLACE Of BUSINESS, Glover's Uall, Xcwtown. D.n. SHERMAN, .. Proprietor. TOR' A VAM Or CATARRB &tt( Tnat Sanfard s&adieal Curs tor t terra wilt not inatantiy ealieTe and speedily core. Keterences, Henry Weile, Eq Wella, earao Co, Au rora, . Y. ; 'a. Bowea, Fair.. Me. Hattou. Orant Bowea, 8t. Umt. i TeetasBmimle and treatise.br mail. A C Prue, Willi inaurored Inhaler. On Dollar. S-la everywhere, WKRK.S ' . k PoriKU, Propratora, Beeaon. alaaa. . ;- t. 8TTLE8 0F- ARI'8, loe., or t Sew Year ltrda. ioc. .(aunDtee 1c J. Huai.ed t Co.. asaan.Jtew ork , .. --" - : ' aaa (7 Only OSS DOLLAR A TEAR. Featlier.Hair&Moss Xewtown, Conn. V4H 7!" vi' it i7 i sawn -srjwi,'- -i ' Look ! Look ! I AM BELLING HA UN ESS, Blanket, fi.ip ESole, Bulialo Robes, Whips, &c, CHEAP, VEKY CHEAP.- Call and twe the bargains to bo liarl of me be fore buying elsewhere. I am uot to be undersold by anyone. Jgp- Repairing promptly attended to. J. II. ALLEN .Woodruff's Block, WOOOIjUHV, Conn. Hurrah for the Holidays ! Have a fine assortment of , Holiday Goods- which they offer at prices reduced to meet the limes. A GREAT VARIETY OF - . Toys, Games, Fancy Boxes, Perfumeries, Books, &c, &c. Chromos! Mottos ! BpecidUj" ailiiptrjj for Clirietaiiif Preaenta. THK BftsiT ASSORTMENT OP 'UtCffrS' Scarfs, Ties, & Collars . rs town. t , Good Lamp Chimneys, 5c. Pare Gum Rubber Boots, ' $3X0 and $3.20 per pair. ' -' English Kip Boots, (best to market) only $4. Warranted. - THE BEST $3 KIP BOOT ' . -. ..i alter, shown in this place. BEST RAi6lySTeu eft per. -pound. SUGARS, Cheaper ttan thty hve been la 1& yean. Best Shell Oysters CaufUntly oe hand. $1 .50 per bushel. CAKDIES! GAND1ESI ul wkich w make a specialty, lu L.rjje aasorttaent .- ALL WINTER GOODS MARKED DOWN. ' EXTRA NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR Fine WJdte Sugar. Uoute JSjwp for Huckvlieat Uaket. A Fine Article of WHITE WHEAT FLOUR at $8.50 per Bbl.. Warranted. PAT ENT PROCESS FLOUR at $10.50 and $11 per Bbl. Try our oO ViiREWy SOAPS l- iortfor 25c Equal to Queen or BurneU t C$e Dobbin' While ELECTU1U SOAP, only 10c. per bar. Bent Soap ia mttrkei We ere aent in this town for theUrVausesvaT Suptrlalire JMlenl flour, wluca-we ruru--tev to be tne beat 1 tour ia niariuit, at the nnce wc areaeUiBj ii. ; Anoiher arrival of that SEW CHOP JAP AX TEA at Xx. rvrih., U. ior(l Beet Tea ia towa for the money. . Oive us a call and he convinced that thiaia tlie (rlaceto buy your g9o6. yya,ajD A few reliable an to represent our bunftese ia iBeienf u-irla of the Stat. Pfr Tnoeot and priM .Lie tai.lfi;meiit ttnaraBtewl. Kor fnU ir.K !ilii s f dJroi, fc. B. Uot.jiotuh, ftpedalSUte Ajewt. P, O Boa, Hi, Hartlbtd. Ct. SAIORMMEI 4&i' -V I 1.' i Hickory .Butts" Wanted. 1'cn.onn ctituug Unkorw md will tai It to thxir ailviinuee lu wva tbe kottora tau aa far aa clt ar. either white or red heart. lf 'oolW, andji- Mver the aajne te' Ax UaxatLJt Faen;aT near tha t-ist Mit , Bandy Hook. f..r which I will (ire ooe toird of the himillea the tinabMr makea. Cut auy liinMth bo it w tl wot-k in to oats M inebea ton, Lf whitu, lind 37 lui-heh it rtd. W. ft. LELXHD, Proprietor. N: EWIOWN LCADEMT, Rev. J AS. P. HOYT, A. ,.;-incipU Pupils of all ages ivce'ved at any time, anil instructed teparqidy. Tuition low. er tliun in any 'similar school. For culms, I eductions in tuition, etc., ap ply to the Principal.-'--; H Three-quarters of a mile wesf of Town Hall HARNESS OF EVEKY DESCBIPTI01fliIS TO OBDEK. Repairing neatly done and rith ditjlattlu XceenaV handffa rntsi bouA And Mks. '" W.W. BE'STSAgenC th House NorUi at the"air.4rouilda, ,': WK8T WOOpBUBt,'0S. Farm for Stile. Foh Bale. A 0welKitf-ritju8e Burn, antl Fifty Acres of Ltidj 'locitted iu Zour District, two .and uoe halt mijes trom Sandy ifook. Saiii -aiim is. suits blj'diviital into Meadotr Orchard Pas- tuw and Wood Land,, and .will lie sold' cheap for cast), or on reasoifilile term. Inuuire of VV. U. HOWELL;. irfNew town R O. " ' ' ' '.',' ,r; PUHSUANT to an order from ha (Jart'!of Pro bate' tor the L-istrlcl Of Newtown.. 'will to"aold at Public Aucuon, to' the highest balder, ostthe 24 flay of January, 187,.at-fl o'etoek, In the alter itoon, (unleaa previously disposed at at prlvata sale, ao much of the beat Uauta or'Moaea.ots lord, late of Newtown . deceased,' a will raise th suiu o'f Ave thousand seven hundred -ninety-eight' and 1 -luo dollars. Sle te take pUoe at tlie Pre- bate OtHce lu said District. . jferma made knows at the' time of sale. ' ', IHAKUES H... PBCK, a meet -person-Dated at Newtown this 21st day of December 1877 PHOTOGRAPHER No. 356 Main StreetlVOppotitfr JSt BfllDOEPOBT, Gq$Hs X' Evci'.vthfn in tbe Photographic or Ypnctft Ua-' executed in tUs Best Artisnid MfthiT, u4 upon the ntoftt rawu.lle term. Crayon Work a spechJty. Come and neeoie at raj nerjUJlfry-. ,fJcSCri)t40B::..'v ', priees, at E 1 V(i ' li AiUI'S,- nam,- w '"cheap, : i ; -.t Wm. H. Ivers & Co., - Nos. 9 to 108 Fairfield ATenoiv (One I)olrmaWa-t.fc"' BRIDGEPORT, COT. , " . A Every variety of Orsnit ataxbla Sat Voai ments or lleadstouea. ' '.. .4--.-Tk Orders for lettering- In rnrle whl reflefv . prompt and carefnl'attentioa. , - " i '""'. f 1 II. L. WIIEELHt. Stoves, Tin, and ; ? Ureal fietiutfioti tm Trit ef Strfi Call end aee oar new PABLOB Mr task theUigheatPremluaat th. Woctd'a rto. -.' -v-1 ' Jobbing don attitotf fwtie. -.a-'''-'' "Store io Newtown, in the mr fHess tj Kanford's atgra.' ', u -r-T. D. CAM r; Afnt, At ssx erere ia San 4y flflrji aiar be tonal arnl -If. etndt of Tin Ware, eBdteWre4ta taa , prared pattema, oonaiatiiur ofPartor ad OiMtmm -. atorew. I bare eleo In my Fnraiture Departmsrat ' a splendid selection of Bedroom Unite very cheap, from i3D is fM. Abo Loanrea, Chit. dren'a Cairiaajee, etc Ooods dell. and free af chargf. , - 4B. L. WBESLaTJU .