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f w 1 J I t Brio-a-Brao. :: CLOCKS. WAMONDS, OPERA GLASSES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE ... . FANS. , :: :: AT . VEST LOW . PRICES. :: :: It will pay you well to inspect our dock before buying. RI1)EK, : EMANT ; & s QO., t - D ANBURY. rm ewt-own Bee WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELBT Ol all kinds dona promptly and at reasonable prloei by EIDER. BRYANT & 00.. H 9 MAIN STREET, DANBUET, CONN. - waer . J volume xvn. NEWTOWN, CONN., EMBAY, AUGUST 17, 1894.-EIGHT PAGES. NUMBER 33.13 R. F. FOSTER & CO., N Have You Soenlt? EIGHT THOUSAND PEOPLE VISIT THE "BIG STORE" ON ITS OPENING NIGHT. You must see it to appreciate it. Acres of f urniture,Carpets Crock ery, Stoves, Ranges, etc. We deliver your goods free! We pay your fare BOOTS AND SHOES. 1 both ways if you buy from $15 upwards. We have the largest and most complete housef urnishing establishment in Connecticut. TH Litooral ECousomrnisliers. 135 to 169 East Main St.,opposite Spring St. JOHN MORIARTY & CO.,Proprietors. ras-tra.- finest jewelrystore -ssr.isr That E ItNEST L: nt ATT, SS Proprietor, Litchfield, Conn. Keep your eye on this REFRIGERATORS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, OIL AND VAPOR STOVES, mrethe things we are pushing to the front just now- We don't pre tend to have cornered the market on these goods, nor do we advertise to sell them, as some do. at the cost of the putty and paint used on them, but we have sold quite a number, so fan to people who have looked both in and out of town and they tell us we are Just a Little Below Our Competitors In Price. Will you investigate this mutter before you go where you are sure to pay the conciliation prices ? Just look before you leap and first try , Summer Shoes! Actual Value Our Prices. Improve the shining hour and buy while the above condition of affairs exists 4 584 MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT- CONN. Levy Bros. We are closing out the balance of our Suramci Clothing: - AKD - ilt Purchase NOW LEVY. Til ririn Street, I Dcx"b37- Conn. Buckeye mowers, Wood mowers. Ballard tedders, Refrigerators, Lawn mowers, Scythes, HarrowsJYankee horse rakes and other makes. Freezers .Railroad paints, John's paints and other brands. TRY THESE SPRING 'PRICES. Cost and Save Money. BROS. Danbury, Conn U BARGAINS! space. A CARD FROM A. Q. BAKER. Our furniture business In Hawleyvllle Is nnw so well known tar and near that we leel that we may safely for a time at least cut down our advertising expenses. An "ad" to be of value should be changed every week. We are too busy to do It, besides we heard a man sav the other dav that that furniture man at Uawleyville who advertises so much must be a tool (queer what big game one una on to sometimes when he goes out with out a gun). Another more charitable friend remarked to us confidentially in an on nana way that writing "ads" out of business hours is liable to lead to soitening of the brain, mind you he didn't say we had got it, and he looked away over into the next county when he said it, but. well we are not slow to take a hint it it is a blind one. It would be perfect ly aw till if we should really get it (this soften ing disease we mean) and have it get real deeply seated betore we knaw it or before we nHi ume to vaccinate so we are going 10 stop right oft short, give up our advertising col umns for a while, pocket the money that would otherwise go Into the coffers of these grasping newspaper monopolists, eat brain hardening tood and attend strictly to business i. e., selling furniture at Hawleyvllle. Now for Heaven's sake don't tell everybody what you think, just remember how sensitive we are to adverse criticism and tell then that we are simply boycotting and playing Debs with the new'spapers for a while, don't tell them we are tired or waiting for anything to harden, be compassionate, be just, be con siderate, be charitable, be liberal minded one with another and last of ait ws suku anu COME TO HAWXEYV1LLE before you buy your furniture. Please commit this last sen tence to memory and then pin it In your hat. A. G. BAKER, Furniture Warerooms, Opposite TJuion Depot, Hawley vllle, Conn- THE U3 lESST" IS' HOUSE!, At Quassapaug Lake. The time for picnic parties is at hand and when selecting a place to spend your outing don't forget the Dews House is prettily situ ated on the snores 01 i-a.se quassapaug ana that it la nice and cool over here. My steam er is all that could be desired for a trip 'round the lake, and I run it myself so as to be sure no accidents occur, tor I know every inch of the lake and Just where the dangerous places are. Make your dates a little ahead of time. There is room for all and I have good bal I grounds, good stables, good boats, good fish bait; in fact, everything for your comfort. Edwin Dews, Proprietor, Address, Middlebury, Conn. p.o M, G. KEANE'S MONUMENTAL WORKS, Hou8atonic Avenue, Bridgeport WESTPORT MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. X.3E. MoBLen n ex, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Monuments and Headstones of All Descriptions in Marble and Granite. Never Undersold. Box 228, Westport, Conn ICE CREAM! I am prepared to serve refreshments, lee cream, temperance drinks, luncheons, din ners ot suppers to order, at short notice, at my home, situated about one-quarter mile west 01 Heading center, ana solicit tne pat rona&re of the nublic. I thoroughly under stand catering in all Its branches and wtll furnish parties, weddings, or picnics, large or small, with refreshments If desired. Ice cream, all flavors, delivered In quantity at reasonable rates. E. H. Ryckman, TSJEWTOWH SATIHGS B AUK Newtown, J.1 Conm incorporated isoo. PHILO CLARKE, President; C.H. NORTH ROP, Treasurer. HOURS 9 a.m. to 3 p. m.; Mondays, to p. m. EDWARDS M.SMITH, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Office and Residence Hewtova Street. Telephone Connection. D. P. KICHAKDSON, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Office and Residence, Sandv Hook. Telephone connection. THE ALBANY DENTISTS, 888 MAIN STREET, lOpp. Cannon St., Bridgeport PAINLESS DENTISTRY AT MODERATE PRICES. CELEST A. BEl'ZDICT, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, 843 State St., Bridgeport. Electricity one of the therapeatio agent. Of. V If J W sm boar iron 10 a. m, to 18 n, 3 to t p, to. On The Rise. Like the sun at early morn our popularity is constantly on the rise. And who will won derthat this is so when It Is remembered that we carry the largest and best line of fine boots, shoes and rubbers at lowest prices. R. F. FOSTER & CO., Successors to Avres & Foster, 246 MAIN ST., D ANBURY. CT. Branch Store, 6 Elm St., Bethel. Jf : am a place to live in Bridgeport or vicinity, don't fail to look at one of Architect and Builder LAMSON'S ATTRACTIVE DWELL INGS. He will build one tor you, including lot and modern improvements, on easy monthly payments. Don't pay rent. The money you expend for rent will pay for a home it you deal with the subscriber. Call or write tor porticulars. Architect and Builder, 765 North Ave., Bridgeport, Ct. REPRESENTED BTff'JOHN 3-i N0ETHB0P FOR NEWTOWN AND VICIHITT. Q THE HOLDFAST TIE Is to a st ring or rope ha ta buckle is to a YOTT cannot afford to raise trap. CORN without julng the corn biiiderP J;- Send 5 cento for Sample, and mer ShOUld WlltC U S Circulars to the to tne -, o o TIE O Unadllla, 383 Main Street, WHEN IN DANBUEY C. E HAYILAND & CO. FOR- HATS, FURNISHINGS, -AT LOWEST CASH PEI0ES THE BUSINESS SUITS FROM $6.50 TO $12 AND $15 SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. HAETWELL'S OLD ST0E. 199 - WILKINSON & -AGENTS F0R- C0LUMBIA, STEARNS, LEAGUE, Every Wheel Fully Guaranteed from Tire to Handle Bar. Sales cash or on the installment plan. Purchasers, of wheels taught to ride free of expense. The Largest and Best Equipped Repair Shop in New England- - Catalogues Free. . T. TUL. C. A. BUILDING, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. BOSTOlsT - . xtriKsim(5 ini an oilier Drancnes oi uenuuiry v lowest prices quality of work warranted flrst-clasw, if yon think ot having a plate, dont tail to call and see our alumnium plates. B0SX0X BE3TAI. C0 Hr Edward 8- Warnea. Kaaagsr. COMBINATION 27 STOEES. In good times people bad times they buy what they must. When money comes most easily it goes most readily, but when a silver dollar looks as big as a cart wheelj its wiier clings gain. He has a big dollar and wants a big dol lars worth. This being true it is always find the biggest Poster ESesse &l Co.'s Look through our line of Men's and Young Men's business suits at $6-50, 7.50, 8.50 and 10, which are reduced in price from SI to S3 a suit. Men's and Young Men's Pants $125, 1.50, 2, 2-25, 2.50, 3, 3.50, 4 and 5, these have been reduced in price all that is possible to make room for our Fall stock and any ene purchasing a pair now can save dollars and cents. Boys' and Youths' suits 13 to 19 years e.50,7, 7-50,8,8 50,10, 12, 13, and $15, add to these prices 1 to $5 a suit and will then have the figures which they are worth- Boys'and Youths' odd Pants 13 to 19 yrs 2, 2 25, 2.50, 3, 3-50 and 4, many rare bargains are among them Boys' and Children's 3 piece knee pants suits, 10 to 16 yrs of age, $5 upwards. Boys' and Children's 2 piece knee pants suits 4 to 15 years of age $1-98, 2.48- 3, 3.50, 4, 4 50, 5, 5-50, 6, 6-50, 7, 7-50- An inspection of our boys' and children's department will thoroughly convince you that we have an as sortment at prices which are refreshing in these days of enforced ecom-omy- Children's knee pants 48c, 75c and 98c. -Children's washable suits $1-19 and 1-50-Children's waists 25c, 35c, 47c, 75 c, and $1- Our Furnishing department is filled with as choice a collection of novelties for Men's,Boys' and Children's wear as you will find anywhere- Men's and young men's latest style stiffhats 1-35, 1.89 and 2.39- Soft hats 48e, 75c, 98c, $1-25, 1-50, $2- Boys' and children's hats and caps, at lowest prices Men's latest style scarfs 23c and 45c- Men's seamless hose 3 pairs 25c Men's silk worked suspenders 23c and 48c- Men's underwear 25 c and 47c. Men's overalls guaranteed not to rip 48c and 75c- Painters' overalls 48c and 63c. Umbrellas 75c, 90c, $1, 91.25, $1.50 and 2. Rubber clothing, Horse clothing, trunks, sole agent for Clinton Wall trunk, bags, etc- FOSTER, BESSE & CO, Combination Clothiers and Man's 317 MAIN STREET, Users of Holdfast Corn Binders Cannot Say rVnr IUTi-iVU Tvi ;. TVl OVT gi T ,. For; Descriptive Circu lar and Testimonials. Bridgeport, Conn. GO TO TEUNKS;"AND BAGS THE- E0E EELIABLE GOODS. ' Main St., Danbury. MA WARING, HICKORY HARTFORD, rCRESCENT, IDJaiSTT-Xj CO. 420 Main St.- BRIDGEPORT. Alumnlum Sets of Teeth which have all the advantages of gold but are much lighter and eas ier to wear, and cost nearly the same as rubber - . plates, a speelaly, Solid Gold Crowns for teeth " made and fitted while you wait, at half the usual . prices, gold, silver ana porcelain fillings painless - CLOTHIERS. buy what they want, in to it until he finds a bar also true that you will bargains at of age, long pants, $4-50, 5, 5.50, 6, of age,long pants, 75c, $1, 1-25, 1-50 Furnishers. Operators ef 27 stores, BRIDGEPORT, CONN- WE HEAR LOTS About cool headed people, but very little about cool footed folks You wouldn't wear a fur cap now but you don't hesitate to crowd your much-abused feet into clumsy, ill-fitting winter shoes. Very little money is needed ; $1 89 is the amount that you will have to pay for a russet calf Blucher, provided you trade at Standish's, 402 Main street. Boys' rubber sole tennis shoes, 41c. Ladies' fine Oxfords, 2 1-2, 3 and 3 1-2 in size, at the low price of 79c. A. STANDISH, i SCCCB8SOKTO . , BALDWII ft STATOISH. 402 Mala Street, BBIDGBPOBT, , - CONN. . THE ' Only Store In Town : That makes a business of Shoes only is the Guarantee Shoe Store, When eyerybody will get suited in style, wear and repairing. Augur's Building, Opposite liantio Mills, Sandy Hook, Conn. ... P. J. Lynch, Prop'r. Stagg & Beardsley, C0STSACT0BS BDILDXXS. Work Sons at Short lotta. P. 0. Address. Box 18S, Stratford, Coaa. p-..-. . .... ; - El' JOHN M0RIARTY, President of the Waterbory Fornitore Co- Affairs About Town. SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS LIFE. Among the successful business firms of Waterbury, is the Waterbory Furni ture Co., of which that wide-awake gen tleman, John Moriarty, is president and manager. The enterprise shown by Mr Moriarty in business, has been of the successful kind. Before it was general ly known in Waterbury that the pin company were to vacate their great fac tory and move to Waterville, Mr Molar ity had begun negotiations for the prop erty. This great factory, located at 135 to 169 East Main street, Is now a great furniture warehouse. It was connected with the street by a large addition, which is the main show room of the ompany. Before one enters tne build ing the eye is attracted by the hand some front with its elegant signs. It is said to be the handsomest store front in Waterbury. The main display room as you enter is unique and attractive. Here are displayed samples of the most costly furniture, such as Waterbury people were obliged to go to New York for years ago. Next we come to the private offices of Mr Moriarty. A representa tive of The Bee was escorted through the establishment, the other day, and enjoyed a chat with the genial proprie tor. There is literally floor after floor covered with everything one can think of in the furniture line elegant parlor tuits, desks, tables, stoves, crockery, glassware, baby carriages, mattresses in fact, if every article was enumerated it would consume columns of space. To illustrate the energy Mr Moriarty has, it might be stated that the factory was vacated March 15, and the formal open ing was held on June 10. This opening by the way, was a DOtable occasion. In connection with the opening a banquet was served in the factory, at which were present Mayor Sargent of New Haven, the leading citizens of Waterbury and many prominent people throughout the state. It was a brilliant, occasion, and one that reflected great credit on Mr Moriarity. An excellent likeness of Mr Moriarity is given in connection with this article. The announcement of the Waterbury Furniture Co. in our adver tising columns will be perused with in terest. s ... THE BEE BUZZ. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE OF THE BKK. The proverb says : "He that justifieth the wicked, and he that condemnetb the just, even they both are abomination to the Lord." The object of government is the punishment of vice and crime and the protection of the innocent in the en joyment of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. There is no greater wick edness, therefore, than that which per verts the government and makes it a means of the coemption of the. people. When a man is elected by the people to administer the government of the town or the state, every voter who is a factor of the government delegates his authori ty to his representative and ruler, and is responsible for the support of the gov ernment which is his -government, not only because he helps to make it, but be cause it governs him, or he governs him self by it. The government of a town is an agreement of the voters of the town as to how their affairs and interests shall be administered and as to who shall ad' minister them. The town is governed, in part by its own laws and in part by the laws of the state of which the town is a factor in th government. The state is also governed in part by its own laws and in part by the laws of the United States,of which it is a factor. Finally, all laws are based on the supreme law of God. The moral law, as revealed to Moses and as inter preted by our Lord Jesus Christ, is the foundation of all law and government, and in fact is the very law of our created nature by which we must live. " Nothing, then, can be more sacred than eood government, for it belongs to God and is of the utmost importance to men Is there any doubt in the mind ox any sane man that lying, theft, murder and adultery are sins and crimes against God and humanity, and that in the nature of the case tbey who do-such things are the enemies of society? What, then, can be said of the man who, having been chosen by : the people to protect them against vice and crime and to promote the virtue and happiness of the community, is found to have been bribed in the Interest of the wicked, so that the guilty goes free and the inno cent are injured. . Verily, it is "an a bo mi .', ' -t . 4 i -e nation unto the Lord'' an d the sum of i villainies. And what shall we say of the citizen and voter whose sovereign right and duty is to elect who shall administer the laws, if, knowing the infidelity and treason of sucn an officer, he shall again betray such a sacred trust as that of the public good into the hands of such an enemy? mere is another roverb which ears: "When the righteous are in authority the people rejoice, but when the wicked beareth rule the people mourn."' if the wicked rule and the rteonle choose their own rulers who then is to blame? O. O. Wright. AMONG THE ISLASDS OF THE 80TJTI PACIFIC. In no part of the world has the plant ing of mission stations been attended with greater periU and nowhere has more genuine heroism been displayed than in Micronesia, the groups of islands that dot the map of the South Pacific seas. Augustine, the first emperor of Rome, boasted that he found Eome brick, but he left it marble. Well may the mis sionaries of the cross who braved every hardship to carry the gospel of Christ to these faraway coasts boast that they found these islands the abode of canni bals, but they left them the abode of a haPPri industrious, Christian people. The story of the wonders wrought wil be briefly told at the missionary meeting to be held in the Congregational church. v Sunday evening, August 10, at 7.30 o'clock. D0DGIKGT0WJT ASD VICIXITT. Mr and Mrs Chatfield of Woodridge haye been spending a few days with her aunt Mrs L. A. Barnum. Miss Jennie Ferry has been the guest of her aunt in Hopewell for the past week. - Mr and Mrs I. C. Taylor and family of Bridgeport visited his father, O. C Taylor, recently. - , , Mrs A. E. Bevans spent one day last week with her brother, William Corn stock, of Danbury.- , s A. James spent Sunday with his nephew, Jesse James of Hawleyvllle. John Berendt has been spending a few days with his grandfather, Peter Behn. Gustave Bobce, the New England rep resentative of the Mason & Risen vocal ion church organs, also dealer In high grade pianos,404 and 406 State street, New Haven, now offers some veryvftne church organs at exceptional bargahs. These organs are new and have onlyserved as samples to show the beauty ofthe in struments to the trade. He wishes to dispose of these organs to make room ror new samples. This is a rare oppor tunity to buy a very fine church orran at a very low price. He also sells high grade pianos, new and second, at excep tionally low prices. All instruments are guaranteed. - Mr Bolze has recently placed large organs at the Newtown Congregational church. Monroe Congre gational church, Weston Congregational enured, w estport Methodist church, and Shelton Methodist church, all of Connecticut, and gives all these congre gations as reference. Rev O. O. Wright was at Swansea, Mass., last week. Mrs O. W. Barker and son visited in Brooklyn, last week, Mrs Barker's moth er returning to Brooklyn with her, after a fortnight's sojourn in Newtown. - Mr and Mrs W. tl. Hoy of Bridgeport were guests over Sunday of I. B. Harris. Herbert Clark ot Meriden passed Sun day in town. Miss Mary Foster of Chicago, who has been the guest of Dr Judson and other friends in town for several weeks, left on Monday for New Yotk state, visiting in Buffalo, Chautauqua and other places for a month betore going West. I, If the hair hae been made to grow a natural color cn bald heads in thousands of eases, by using Hall's hair renewer, why will it not in your case? The hair, when not properly cared for, loses its lustre, becomes crisp, harsh, and dry, and falls oat freely with every combing. To prevent , this, the best dressing n the market is Ayer's hair vigor. It imparts that silky gloss so seentfai to perfect beauty.