Season of 0-0-
and PLEASURE GROUNDS.
The Oldest Established Resort and Only Hotel on the Lake
rr.i-t nlM no snn-n1
i wonl.l v thtmi nr.. in, l,.,i.t..,r fuimmolit
hif. The Ht.mmcr, mill nnil row lionm are in tlrst
H.I.. .. .. 1. ,...,. huvu I, ..on rriuilu.
nomlttioii. with nl.ttitir (it ttthlf. room tot' lat'ife
- . ' n ii I... 1 1
L,nru ami coiniiiiitiiuus hiiiiiik mm. biib
Ion cream ami other rtrenlinieiiti. Dancing hall,
A"1"": J."'"1.!?!: v.-
done on the rrouncl- bv cotnnetent artlts. The
notion. A specialty nift.le ol home rale.l chickonM tor broilers. Joe con u,l''"''" ' oTi
the time so tl.at all may enjoy the beautiful trip around the lake. Corresponuenoe is soil
cited with Uixe party committees, to whom spes'lal rates will be given.
Ttianklng our patrons tor their liberal support In the past, we hope with our improved
facilities ami caretul attention to their wants to merit the same in the futute.
Opening Day, Decoration ay.
GEORGE W. WALLACE, PROPRIETOR. mopEi?
LEADING NOT IMITATING.
We set the pace in the Harness Saddlery and Trunk and
Baz trade by offering unequalled inducements in dependable
It will surprise you to see how far a little money will go
here in procuring horse sundries. Try to duplicate my $7.99 se
of Harness at $10.
JOHN S. ATKINSON, 42 FAIRFIELD AVE.
ADOFTED BY THE STATE.
The Bellinger Remedy
as used by the
GERMAN 11EMEDY COMPANY,
for the positive and painless cure ot
Liquor, Opium, Morphine, Chloral, Cocaine and Tobacco Habits
Has been adopted by the Soldier's Hospital Board ot Connecicut for the cure ot
Veteran Soldiers and Sailors.
Absolutely the only painless cure In the world lor drug habits.
B. i.LKWIS, M.D., President. K. M. GUIS WOLD, M. D., Superintendent.
Room- 6 Hoadley Building,
49 Church street.
The Business This Season Is Slow. To Make Things Hum We
Are Making Special Prices On Our
LIGHT COLORED SUITS FOR MEN AND BOYS
We Can Give You Great Value For Your Money On
They Must Be Sold. Remember The Place.
LELAND & MEDER,
276 Main Street Opposite Wooster House,
D ANBURY, CONN.
LEWIS B. SILLIMAN, Proprietor, ,
Producer and Wholesale
OIL and GREASES,
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, ANIMAL AND
886 to 372 Water Street. -
HOT WATER BOTTLES,
A. II. LACEY'S RUBBER STORE,
189 Fairfield Av.f Bridgeport, Conn.
Joseph H. Lutz, of The City Pharmacy
8fl WALL STREET, BEIDGEPOETV CONH.,
wiahei hla oH frianl and customers to know that he la "still at It" at the old stand,
a keens a flne line ol Drags, Medicines, Fancy and Toilet Aatlcles, and gives the
-.L....I .nnriinn. attention to customers wants as ever. Call. and see tor
Ferfumes a specialty, urop
THE W. iVyWOKDIS
rmnfi tm wmtk-t.ttmbeR.
Timber, Lath, Sash, Doora & Blinds, Carvings, Mouldings, Mantles & Hard
XodTTrbn, etc. North Carolina Yellow Pine Lumber a Sp-eultT.
. 21 Tr.T T - a
OUb CO EkLli. f iv " - -
made, no matter how much you pay. '
m Shimr and Modern Ientl8try-tn all its branches.
Att nrfh nf work.
Vou t fare allowed on i
THIS FRENCH STALLIOJl
Will make the season ol IBM at the stables
f th owner. N. W. VfblW, Long KMtS "ear
West Reliilntf, Conn.
Ills eolor la
. blacK. e Buinus iu ... - "1,.vt,1 ftnd
A vprv lam waiicer anu " ...
-...fi i. i. siva wu imported
froTt Vine and wan" bought lot 180
,1 lately upon hla arrival here. Dam
Kentucky Messenger mare. In fact, Che ei,
lr U a lfrat class eoneral purpose horse In
ty'lr$ respect TfiUMS: $5 lor single ser
vice or 10 to Insure.
P. 0. Addrf is,
Post Office News Room.
Books, Stationery and ORlte Supplies.
11 P. 0. AECADE,
fr:.'- rt. C aa. . ..
is what we aim to give our custom
ers We carry a fine stock of the
lateat styles, and our prices are
extremely low. Call and examine
our goods and prices at No 8
Bank Street, New Milford.
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introduction to the public, but to strangers
Ion in the state tor tnoxe wisdiuk a. yy
- cluna order, many now noain n
tttla anii anil now the Kl'OUUlia 1U
u..Hi..i,I oil tinllVB
Special orders at short
bwou r . t .t-i.,w.
.... .,..-,., vi,, nhotoeranhlo work
(are on the steamer will be ret.uceci to suit
64 Fifth street,
Dealer in Lubricating and Illuminating
The Cole & Ellis
.... t i-hc lataat.
in m uy , - '
Retail Dealers in
SIDING. SHINGLES. SPRUCE
Artificial Teeth Without Plates
With PlatesSet teeth on rubber S. Beat
- antBd tor three vearu. There la no better
205 Mam St.. UANJJUJtr. UUflfl.
R, HATCH & SON
High Grade Vehicles of!
New Fairfield, Conn.
Erswstcr, II. Y.
Ailments of Women.
It Trill entirely cure the worst forms ot
Female Complaints, all Ovarian troubles,
Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling u;i.l
Displacement of the Womb, and rouser nr.
Spinal weakness, and is peculiarly :ului .ca
to t i j ( 'hanie of JAj'e.
It h: enrod moro csiaea ft IrucMrlioea
than ihi," romi'dv -t!u v. n:;l has c wir known.
It i.s .tlniost infill iil'. j i.i such coses. It iii
solve an. I cxpl.t tumors from the TJirrt;.
in an early staler of development, and checks
any ten lency to cancerous humors. That
causing vtin, we'lit, and lirclcarhc, is in
stantly r.fliuveA mid p"i inmu ntly cured by
its usil. Umliirall cireuumlaiiees it acts in
harmu ly witli. the !;;'.vs that govein tho
female s;vsLeni, and is as liarmlcss as water.
Lydia E. Pinliham'n I.iver Pil's act in harmony
with the Compound, and will positively cur
Sick Headache, Biliousness, ani Constipation.
The Bjst Pill in the world, 35 cents.
And tlios; abnut to be,
Oioitld secure Mrs. Pinkham'l
ctjnlnt 19 lots rtt Arlvice,
&nd will auv nlurn s; k itss. Auaress, Willi 2celll
ftUma, Lyclia . 1'mkhin Med. Co., Lynn, Mm
Litchfield rounty News.
A DRAMATIC TREAT.
Another dramatic entertainment at
Washington, "The Spirit of the 20th
Century or The Coming Woman," pre
ceded by "A Social Tea," will be given
in the hall on Washington Green, Friday
evming, August 24. The tickets will be
35 and 50 cents. The curtain will rise at
8 o'clock. The proceeds will go to the
Episcopal church repair fund.
T. D. Hannon is erecting a building in
which to store bis abundant crop of corn.
Jacob Zelgler supplies the place under
Foreman Shaughnessy vacated by H E.
Ij. . Randall had a faH from a cart.
striking on his side, but not Breaking anyH
bones, which laid him off from work a
few days with lameness.
The Marbledale creamery is to take
cream from H. T. Hickox, C. KT. Beach
and Mr Zumpf, as well as from Messrs
Titus, Randall and Seabury, as mention
ed last week.
Selectman Kilborn, not getting any an
swer from the New Milford selectmen,
had Dr Ford examine into Mrs Miranda
Faircbild's condition, and finding her able
to be moved, hired a team and a woman
to attend to her and removed her to the
A very enjoyable gathering was held at
the Frisbie homestead, Wednesday even
ing, August S, in honor of Miss Jeaunette
and Estelle Eadie of Bridgeport. Wil
son's orchestra furnished music. At mid?
night a bountiful collation was served.
The dancing room was very artistically
decorated with ferns and wild flowers.
The out-of-town guests were Misses Jean
nette and Estella Eadie, Walter Hartwell
of Bridgeport and Mrs Bond of Meriden.
Walter Hartwell of Bridgeport is en
joying a very much needed rest with his
parents, Mr and Mrs Sherman Ha rtwell
of this place.
Miss Mary Frisbie is to depart, Satur
day, for a few weeks' visit with friends
in Bridgeport. ' .
Wesley Down3 of Bridgeport is tfie
guest of Miss May Hartwell.
Samuel Coit of Bridgeport is spending
his vacation with his aunt, Mrs Sherman
Miss Lillian G. Clark of New Milford
I has been visiting her sister, Mrs C. T.
Woodruff, and other relatives in town.
Walter Hartwell of Bridgeport was at
his father's, Sherman Hartwell's, over
.Next Sunday Kev Mr carter will ex
change with his uncle,, Rev Thomas Car
ter of Boynton, N.J. .
Lincoln wanzer or sew Fairtleid was
in town over Sunday, a guest at Charles
Mrs Marietta and Miss Fannie Gibson
went to Morris, lasc week Friday, and
stayed over night at George Camp's.
Messrs C. M. Hall and George W,
Cochrane took a two days' bicycle trip in
Berkshire county, last week.
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Miss Nellie Cochrane, after spending a
couple of weeks at home, returned to
Bridgeport on Friday.
Miss Lucy Pierpont, who has been a
guest at the parsonage, returned to her
home In New Haven, last week.
George W. Cochrane is agent for the
Pittf field Steam laundry, in this place.
Miss Edith Smith of New Britain, is a
guest at Dwight Rogers'.
Mrs Arthur O. Gregory and daughter
I are home on their usual summer visit.
The out-door service, last Sunday, was
largely attended. Miss Delia Cochrane
aseisted the singing with the cornet.
Misses Mabel and Elizabeth Livingston
of Brooklyn, N. Y., are visiting their
brother, Dr Livingston, for a few days
Miss Julia Cochrane has gone to Fond
au-Liac, wig-, wnere gne is to remain
with relatives for a year.
James ti. juoser, witn others, are
camping out for a couple of weeks at
Miss Edna Dean entertained her friend,
Miss Mamie Owen ;. of Danburv. last
Kobert Cochrane, Jr., has been on the
sick list, the past week, but is now able
to be out again.
William Cartwrlght has just purchased
a new Lovell diamond bicycle.
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' CORNWALL BRIDGE.
Mrs L. A. Robinson is In New Hart
ford visiting with her son.
Miss Lewey Frlnk is also a visitor
away from home in Bethel.
Mr and Mrs Harvey Couch of Wood
vlUe were in town over Sunday, as visit
ors at Mrs Theodore Swift's.
A party of six of the leading citizens
spent the day, last Wednesday, angling
in Tyler Pond, Goshen? They report a
catch of over 200 perch, pickerel, etc.
Mrs Helen . Harrison and Mrs Ferris
are on an excursion trip to Saratoga, this
THE II. 8. ATWOOD PICNIC. .
The. annual picnic of the family of
Henry S. Atwood of Middlebury, was
held on Wednesday, August 8, . at the
pleasant homestead of W. B. Burton.
Tables were set under the trees east of
the house and fairly groaned beneath
the load of good things provided. There
were 42 present in all, and it was a joy
ous occasion indeed. The older folks
passed the time in sociability, while the
children made merry with games.
Among those present were Mr ard Mrs
H." S. Atwooi of Middlebury, Joseph
Atwood and family of Watertown, Joel
H. Atwood and family of Woodbury, S.
H. Peck and family of Watertown, W. B.
Burton and family of Watertown, Mr
and Mrs Henry Stiles of New Haven,
John W. Minor, Jr., and family of Rox
bury,Mis8 Sarah Atwood of Middlebnry,
Charles W.Atwood and family of Water
town, Mr and Mrs Miles ; Holmes of
Woodbury, Miss Carrie Hatchingson of
New Haven and Miss Bertha Gilmore of
Watertown. Mr and Mrs Burton did
everything to make the gathering a suc
cess, ana ic was voted one or tne pieas
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH NOTES.
Rev J. L. R. Wyckoff of Woodbury
will exchange with the pastor, next Sun
day. Rev A. M. Bouigourjoo of Turkey
will occupy the pulpit on Sunday, the
The lawn party on the illuminated
grounds of the parsonage, last Wednes
day, was quite a success. Its object was
not money making, but to promote socia
bility ; and every one seemed to have bad
a good time. The Y. P. S. C. E. had the
management of it. There was a large
Robert White, 61 years old, Med Wed
nesday morning, August 8, from a severe
attack of dysentery. Mr White was born
in Ulster, Ireland, 1833, and emigrated to
this country with his family in 18?2 He
worked in the dye shop of tha M. Hem
inway & Son's Silk Co., until he bought
the Blakeslce plac on Neva Sootia hill,
when he worked a short time for the
Heminway & Bartlett Silk Ce. He sold
his place in Nova Scotia about a year ago
and later purchased a lot of Dr W. S.
MuDger north of the Nettleton place, on
which a house was under process of erec
tion at the time of his death. He leaves
wife and two daughters, Miss Annie
White and Mrs James Darrow of New
York. The funeral was held on the 10th
at 2 p. m., from his late residence to the
Methodist church, Rev J. E. Smith offic
iating. The pall bearers were William
White, 1st, and James White, 2d. The
interment was in Evergreen cemetery.
AT THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Eev Karl Swartz of St Timothy's
church, New York, preached in the Epis
copal church, last Sunday morning. His
text was Mark 16 : 3-4. In the evening he
preached in the Oakville mission from
Acts 22 ;32. Mr Swartz is an eloquent
and Impressive preacher, and being yet
only a young man, we expect to hear
from him later in a more prominent po
sition. Last Sunday afternoon the Brother-
qooq or at Andrew conducted evenins-
service in the Poverty Street district
school. Next Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock they will hold service at the East
Last Thursday evening the first and
second degrees were conferred on several
Contractor J. J. Dunigan has the
bouse well under way he is building for
The string of horsos constantly wait
ing at Charles Griswold'i blacksmith
shopis the best compliment to bis work
manship. He and one helper are kept
busily employed. 4
a. a. recK says ne expects a big crop
of apples, and thinks the yield in Water-
town and vicinity will be large.
Edwin E. Smith, the honey man, and
dealer in apiarian supplies, has sent oft
a large number of orders, this season
He manufactures the Simplicity hive, for
which there is a good demand.
Miss Mary Hooper, 24 years old, died,
xuesaay morning. -August 1 alter a
long Illness, of consumption. She came
to this country about eight years ago and
worked for the M. "Heminway & Son's
Silk Co. until she was taken sick The
funeral was held from St John's Roman
Catholic church to St Joseph's cemetery
Waterbury, Thursday. -
The hearing on the attachment of Hud
son Bros. vs. Lawlor, tried before Justice
Atwood, judgement was rendered in fa
vor of the plaintiff.
John Burke and daughter are gone on
a two week's vacation to Philadelphia
Mr Burke will see his sister, from whom
be has been separated for 35 years. .
At present writing James Minihan lies
very low with typhoid malarial fever.
Section No. 2153 of the Endowment
Rank, K. of P., was instituted at Pythian
Hall, last Thursday evening. The fol
lowing officers were elected for the bal
ance 01 tne year: ueorge Hudson, presi
dent; John W. Moore, vice president;
John J. Gailey, secretary.
R. N. Deland and family have returned
from a few days outing in Massachusetts
xne watertown opera bouse - is pro
gressing rapidly. The underpinning will
soon be completed.
miss xtacuei uooper returned irom a
year's vacation in Ireland, last Monday,
Jacques Marshall, formerly of this
place but now in Waterbury,is quite sick
The regular monthly meeting of . the
Watertown branch ' of the Mercantile
bank will be held at B. H. Mattoon's of
fice, Wednesday evening, August 22, at 8
Mrs Cons tan s Brouey and family mov
ed to Torrington, last Tuesday.
Rev Mr Scoville of Trinity church,
Hartford, will conduct the services at
Christ church, next Sunday.
jonn a. uueKingnauo ana lamily are
gone on their annual summer vacation to
ABOUT THE NEW ROADS.
The selectmen, with M. L. Beardsley
as surveyor, were staking out the new
road they: contemplate laying out to
avoid the high bridge, going through the
land of Horace Squires. We understand
that unless a road is built from near
Frank Pierce's to Tyrrell's bridge, a suit
will be brought,as the last named change
would be more beneficial to the commu
nity at large than the other.
Booth & Squire
have a car load of
calves on sale. '
We have had some rather sudden chan
ges in the weather of late. Thursday
morning the thermometer registered
about 80, Friday and Saturday at 46 to
48, and Sunday morning 60.
George W. Hurlbut is quite a horse
dealer, having exchanged again the past
week with Walter Thomas.
The garnet quarry has closed its mine
for a short time or nntil they can place
their machinery in position at their
Phineas Piatt of Milford was a guest
of C. T. Squires, Wednesday and Thurs
day nights of last week, purchasing
when here fat cattle of Horace Squires
and Leander Blakeman ; also making
another draft on his cattle kept by C. T.
C. B. Minor has been to work on his
road contract and finds hard work as the
roads are so dry and hard ; almost impos
sible to plow and no rain has fallen since
the 3d of the month. The roads are in
a very bad state.
Charles Gilbert has exchanged his
work horse for a wagon with a Mr Ben
nett of Southbury.
Mrs John Bradley from Ansonia is vis
iting her husband's brothers and sisters
and other friends.
Charles Gilbert is cleaning up the
house in Flagg Swamp that he is to re
move to soon,
, Mrs Alton has engaged to take a num
ber of boarders on the renewal of work
at the garnet mlne.
'HOUND THE STATION.
Mrs Merrette and child, who have!
been visiting her brother, Michael Acton,
has retnred t her home in New York.
James Lee has put a new engine and
boiler in bis creamery to run the eleva
tor and furnish steam and hot water to
H. H. Dickins'on's horse got cut quite
badly with wire fence, last week.
I. M. Booth and family went to Lake
Quassapaug, last week, where they
were met by relatives and friends from
Naugatuck. All report a fine time.
Mr and Mrs Dean of Danbury have
been visiting Mrs John Newton.
Albert Squires arrived home, last
week, with a car of horses and calves.
Mrs David Gillette is entertaining
friends from Bridgeport.
Robert Tuttle of Woodbury spent a
few days, last week, with his sister, Mrs
D. C. Garrison.
Richard Daly has left his position as
clerk in G. H. Wilcox's market.
Mrs W. B. Seward is home again after
an absence of several months in Derby.
Mr and Mrs John Newton are visiting
Mrs Weller departed this life on Mon
day. August 13. She had been in feeble
health for some time.
Philip Wells of York state has been
spending a few days with relatives.
THEY ALL TOOK IN THE CI11CUS.
Main's circus exhibited in Staub's lot
across tbe river, Monday afternoon and even
ing. .Judging: lrom the crowd ol people in
town all day, the hard times are not qulle as
hard an represented. As early as 5 o'clock In
the morninff Tne nrat loau maue it a auuwr-
ance. leaving the staid town ot Warren at 2
ovirmk a. m.. with a load of whortleberries.
Gathered on bundayi" They were oouna to
find a market for them and take in the circus
with the proceeds. The parade was as large
as any ever in town and the performance
morning and evening, was equal to the ones
given last year. Altogether It is the largest
and best circus that visits this town.
; THIS WOULD BE A GREAT CARD.
The managers of tbe fair association are
trvina to arrange lor a purse race between
the local stallions. Sareent, 2 28 3-4, Hurling-
ham, 2.19 1-4, Oxford Chief, 2.22 1-2 and Elber,
trial, 2. lo 1-4. onouia Lne secreuiry receive m
ta.vnra.mn answer irom Lilt) owners vi nui-i-
inerham. the race will be a sure go and one ol
the biggest attractions ot the lair, owners or
amaxeurs w uuva tiien uwu uuLn( .
A larcrn nnmher ot our local horsemen will
attend the races in Amenta, this week, com
menclng Tuesday and lasting three days. H.
n WnrnAr'n hrnwti stallion. Elber. bv Egbert.
is entered and will probably start Tuesday
Great sport is expected at the ball game on
Conetia park this, (Friday) afternoon, be
tween the married ana single men. eu oi
course as marriage is not a -failure, the single
man will not be in it.
Rev T.J. iee ot new&ri, xormeriy oi una
mace, deiiverea an aDie aiiareas to, me i. ai
C. A. rooms, Saturday evening. The upper
hall was well nllea anaii enjoyed me prac
tical remarks of the sneaker
Miss Mabel ueers oi rtorwam is visiting
Miss Carrie Baldwin. -
Miss Genevieve tsaricer ana miss jieien
Starr are spending a few weeks at Btony
- .. NORTHV1LLE.
Business at tbe feed mill of W. R. and
J." F. Wells is lively. This is a good
stand, and under tbe new management
none of its former prestige is lost. "
Much sympathy is felt for Mrs Chaun-
cev Marsh, who was thrown from the
wagon, receiving injuries about the bead.
Mrs Marsh was on her way to tbe lake
accompanied by Mr and Mrs Stephen
Beach. At present writing Mrs Marsh
is suffering a good deal of pain and is at
Miss Mary Honan of Gaylordsville, a
graduate of the State Normal school,
will teach the fall term of the school
here. School will commence Tuesday,
September 4, Monday being Labor day
Miss Honan cornea well recommended
On Wednesday last F. E. Baldwin's
family pipnicked at the lake with tbe
families of GL W. Wheaton and Dewitt
Plat( and a few others.
A neighborhood picaic was announced
on Sunday tdhe held at the lake near the
residence of Benjamin Norris.
Calvin Crossman is on the sick list
Carr Crossman is visiting his cousin,
Lewis Ilallock is quite ill with an at
tack of bilious fever.
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We understand that 17 from here at-
And axamins their stock and pries of
FURNITURE, CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES, OIL CLOTHS
DRAPERY, CURTAINS, LAMPS, CROCKERY, -STOVES,
RANGES AND HOUSE FUR
Freight paid or goods delivered free to Newtown and vicinity.
tended the temperance meeting held at
the lake. We think the band stand in
the village would be a good place to hold
a few temperance meetings.
Rev Mr James of New Haven occupied
Mr Gardner's pulpit, last Sabbath, and
held interesting temperance services in
William Ohmen's house, Hilltop, is
full to overflowing with boarders.
Boarders and visitors have been
abundant the past few weeks at A. R.
Miss Flora Strong of New Britain is
home at Aboveall, where there are also
Mrs Kingman of Bridgeport wast her
father's wer the Sabbath.
Loren Carter and son of Waterbury,
Prof Atcbinson of Boston and Mrs G.
N. Abbott of New Milford, were in town,
Mrs L. E. Brague
over the Sabbath.
Herbert and Orlando Swift of New
Britain are at the Swift homestead.
The popular house of C. E. Beeman's,
Lakeside, i3full of city guests.
Dark clouds hang over us, yet the
much needed rain does not descend.
Mrs Foote and children of Waterbury,
who have been spending a few weeks at
W. Foote's, have returned home.
Mrs Birkins of Merryall, whohas bten
visiting her daughter, has returned home.
Mr and Mrs Upson of New Preston vis
ited at George Couch's, while Mrs Bir
kins was there.
George Couch and wife attended a fam
ily picnic at Levi Camp's in Kent Hol
low, one day last week.
Mr Anson has more boarders, j
Harvey Couch and wife have been to t
Cornwall on a visit at ber sister's, and to
visit with friends from Milford.
Id Fairfield County.
SAD DEATH OF ME AKBUCKLE.
The community were shocked, last
Saturday morning, to learn ojt the sud
den death of Rev W. P. Arbuckle, pas
tor of the Methodist church, which oc
curred at the Plainville campmeeting,
which he had been attending during tbe
past week. He bad been quite active
during the meetings and just previous to
being stricken with the fatal disease,
Friday night, he bad led one of the
meetings. He came to this place in the
spring of 1S93 and had proved himself
an earnest worker and leader in the
church and in all that was a benefit to
tbe place he took a deep interest. He
bad been planning a temperance cam
paign for this fall and hoped that the
result would be no license. He was
very much beloved by his people and j
they are overwhelmed with grief. His
last service with them was on Sunday
evening, August 5, when he preached a
very earnest and inspiring sermon from j
the words "Behold . tbe Lamb of God
which taketh away the sins of the world."
On Monday, with his family, he left
for the campmeeting. The body was j
brought nere on Saturday afternoon and
the funeral took place from the church on
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Presid
ing Elder North conducting the services.
The remains were taken, Tuesday, to
the paternal home in Pennyslvania for
interment. Be was 33 years of age and
bad just finished a post graduate course
at Yale college. The funeral of Rev A.
P. Arbuckle was held last Monday after
noon at the Methodist church. A large
concourse of people filled the edifice and
many were unable to get in. The casket
was brought from the parsonage, the
bearers being the official board of the
church preceded by the presiding elder,
Rev C. J. North, who was immediately
followed by a number of the clergy of
the Conference and the local clergy, and
the remaining members of tbe official
board followed. The services were con
ducted by Presiding Elder North, who,
with several of the visiting clergymen
spoke briefly and touchingly of their de
parted brother. The local clergymen
who took part in the exercises were Rev
L. M. Keneston, Rev W. A. Smith of
this place and Rev C. M. Park of Derby
On Tuesday tbe remains were taken to
Pennsylvania for interment at the pater
nal home in Mercer.
Levi L Kateley,a decorator,has bought
an attractive dwelling, on vvooa, near
North avenue, from the architect and
builder, Warren H. Lamson.
In New Haven County
: The families of Arthur Lewis and Wil-
Children Cry for
T M TVES (COMPANY
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liam Davis are at the Plainville camp
meeting. Mrs Marietta Allen has been visiting
relatives in town.
Horatio Allen of Waterbury, is spend
ing his vacation in our village.
Miss Hammond of Bridgeport has
been with Miss Grace Pulford.
Miss Townend of Wyoming, Pa., has
been the guest of Miss Mary Perry
James Denton and friend have been en
joying the sea shore breezes.
Miss Clara Gray has spent a week with
Mrs Griffin ot Birmingham.
Miss Holmes is the guest of Miss
Rev Mr Linaley held service at the
Church of Epiphany, Sunday.
Mrs Sarah Hartwell and Miss Mary
are renewing their friendships in South
bury. Miss Mary Hartwell is a recent
graduate of Smith college.
Mrs French of Middlebury spent Thurs
day in town.
Charles Hine is in Monroe for a few
The Ladies' Aid society were entertain
ed at Miss Morehouse's, on Thursday.
Mrs J. O. Munson has returned from a
trip to Canada.
Mr and Mrs H. B. Russell and Mr and
Mrs George Russell attended the funeral
of Mrs Barlow Russell of Hotchkissville,
Monuments have been erected on the
plots of Clark Davis in memory of bis
wife, G. N. Wakelee for Mrs G. N.
Wakelee and his father, George Wakelee,
and on Mrs Elizabeth Shelton's for A.H.
Miss Marlon Thomas has been with her
siBter at C. K. Osborne's.
Miss Ella Hite spent Sunday with her
mother, in Waterbury.
Miss Lucy Bennett
is enjoying her
Xfioa C.ntnn rf CMnnnn., 1. ,. ! I. .1
Mrs H. Jones.
( Mrs Bishop of New Haven returned to
ner nome on wednesdav after a visit
ith Mrs T. Wheeler.
Mrs Marcia Hinman is expected in
town ; also Mrs B. S. Brown of Colum
Charles Whitney and Mr Ratbmuzzen
conducted services at tbe Town hall on
Walter Stiles entertains a guest.
Charles Perry attended campmeeting
Jonn Ambler is taking bis outing at
Fifteen tickets were sold for the Bos
ton excursion, and other citizens will
take it in, starting at other points.
E. S. Piatt found one of his best cows
dead in the pasture. It had been eating
wild cherry that hadbeen cut but a few
N. W. Mitchell and wife are spending
a week with friends in New York.
Mrs Henry. Gladding and children
from New Haven are visiting her sister
- George Weller from Millerton, N. Y.,
was in town, last week, to see Mrs J.
H. Camp. "
Miss Holbrook from Seymour is visit
ing at H. P. Mitcheirs.
Mrs L. M. Bradley is quite sick again
G. White, who has been working in
Meriden, came home for a short visit,
and returned on Saturday.
Mrs J. H. Camp has been spending a
few weeks with Mrs George Post.
C. H. Stillson and family have picked
about 18. bushels of berries, this season.
Rev Mr Smiley is to take a two weeks'
vacation, this month. His brother
preached for him, last Sabbath.
MrB Hinman spent Sunday in New
Haven. : '-" .: "
Rev J. O. Munson spent last week at
the Plainville camp meeting.
C. F. Church, who is connected with
the statistical work of the Interior
Department, Washington D. C, spent
Sunday in South Britain. He was a
classmate of the Rev J. O. Munson.
Mrs J. O. Munson has returned from
her trip and is again in South Britain. -
Preaching in tbe Methodist church,
next Sunday, at 10.45 a. m. Sunday
school at 12 m.
Choir meeting at 7-30 p.
m., on Thurs-
AFFAIRS ABOUT TOWN.
Mrs Emily Bailey of Brooklyn, N.
Is visiting with Mrs Orrin Tucker.
MrsCbarles Davis and Miss Alice Da
vis of Yalesville are visiting at R. G
Mrs Erastus Hurlburt and Mr and Mrs
Tred Hurlburt of Washington visited
Children Cry for
America's Fairyland. The
These grand four day visits by spe
cial limited express train every Mon
day, commencing July 16, to close ot
season- For particulars inquire of
Hygeia and Recreation
Tourist Co., -
T- E. PECK, MANAGER,
Post Office News Room, P. 0- Arcade,
Column 3-4 Col.
1-4 Col .
0 M OS. 60
S M0S. to
Mrs Charles Terry and other relatives in
town, last week.
Mr Curtis is ill at Earner Lake's.
Miss Susan Tucker will spend the com
ing week with .relatives in Hartford.
Dr John Barnes returned, on .s&trday
last, from Europe, where he hat been
the last six months pursuing his studies.
After a short stay in town be proceeds
to Milwaukee, WU. '
Mr Reynolds, formerly proprietor of
tbe Oatman bouse, Southford, takes pos
session of tbe Oxford house, as its land
lord, this week. Mr and Mrs Crofut
have moved back to their farm on Chris
Mrs Clark Davis of Ansonia was a
guest at R. G. Robia son's, last week.
Mrs S. P. Sanford and Miss Ruth San-
ford have been spending the past week
at Indian Neck.
Birdseye and Ned Sanford had their
annual outing at Burns' Point, last week.
Ned returned on Monday but Birdseye
The Congregational Sunday school pic
nic at Richardson a grove, Quassapaug
lake, Tuesday, the 21st. An invitation
has been extended to the Episcopal Sun
day school to unite with them on the oc
casion and the matter will b decided
Tbe young ladies who have been board
ing at H. S. Hubbell's returned to their
home in Brooklyn, N. Y., Tuesday.
Robert Camp, 82 years of age, had one
or two shocks of late. He is confined to
Herbert Knox has moved into George
Wallace's farm house.
Mr and Mrs Abel Abbott and son from
Waterbury were tbe guests of Mr and
Mrs W. O. Trask, last Sunday.
Misses Rebecca, Lizzie, Jennie and
Clara Cowen from Waterbury attended
the Methodist church, last SVnday.
The union praise service at Richard
son's grove was enjoyed by all.
THE ONLY KDFNT
Substitute for Mothtr's Mi Be
Oentleroen : I uae Ketltn's Fowl km tvt
mvself and children, and chink tt-wperior to
oilier prepared foods for profaotins stranglb.
i and health.
Youia vrv tralr.
lira. u w. Bream.
Bear Sirs: I leal aa though U I bear a ha
i that iant weu. I must teO taeni ot Mellln's
K.wwl aa It saved hi nrat babv and made a
strong, healthy baby of my secauaaoe. tel-
. ua s rood nan it promisao.
Yours very truly, alia, c u. bkadt.
Gentlemen . Have, been an Invalid for
fxv I've bad that I relished, and at Ihaaa ma
nounaoea ana suvngtoenea.
jus. ju a. .
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In our family with remarkahla success
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firalseot ateJUD ooa. i ami uituvtm
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was not well tben and I feared aba waa going A
to be a sk-klr child, but she commenced to
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uennjr ha juwujb
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Mr hal.v which I fed on Melitaa Food at
flrteea months ago, is now a flit and healthy V
bor to the surprise of my friends, who all 9
, thought the child could not live. Hell in 'S
V.Wul a-vfui him. Se
Mrs. 11KXT ju cworra.
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mmmmml takine Mellin'a Food. Bar wail T
a moment oeiors ne toott iu
our hook "The Car and
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