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WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
Of all kinds done promptly and at reasonable prices by ELDER, BRYANT & CO.. JEWELERS, WATCHMAKERS, 259 MAIN STREET, D ANBURY, CONN. : 3-it-3ri. :: CLOCKS. DIAMONDS, OPEBA1GLAS8E9, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE FAiNS. :: k AT ,VIRI .LOW. PRICES. :: :: It will pay you welt to Inspect our stock belore buying. RIDER, : EM ANT,: & : CQ., t ( , . f i r i r . ie Newtown Be Ti NEWTOWN, CONN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. 1894.-EIGHT PAGES. NUMBER 34. VOLUME XVII. - Have You Seen It ? EIGHT THOUSAND PEOPLE VISIT THE "BIG STORE" ON ITS OPENING NIGHT. You must see it to appreciate it. Acres of furniture, Carpets Crock ery, Stoves, Ranges, etc. We deliver your goods free! We pay your fare both ways if you buy from $15 upwards. We have the largest and most complete housefurnishing establishment in Connecticut. " R. F. FOSTER & CO,, BOOTS AND SHOES. aXTIISriTXTDFtJES CO TH o LItooral Housemrnlsners. 135 to 169 East Main St.,opposite Spting St. As the Illustration shows we have jumped on "High Prices' with both ieet, "Low PricB" is sure to win in any compitition. JOHN M0RIARTY & CO.,PrOprietOrS. We have the finest stock of first class Boots Banbury Call and see. R. CO., IDer"b3T, Oon-rx- We have just received by barge "Lizzie," 1.605 barrels of Rcsedale Cement; fresh from the quarry. We also have about 200 barrels of Imported Cement. PRICES RIGHT. F. FOSTER & Successors to Avros & Foster, 246 MAIN ST.. jDANBURY, CT. Branch Store, 6 Elm St., Bethel. Did you know That Litchfield has the In Litchfield county? This is a fact. FINEST JEAVELRY STORE ERNEST L. PRATT, "S, 23 U. . BARGAINS! Proprietor, Litchfield, Conn. Keep your eye on this space. REFRIGERATORS, . ICE CREAM FREEZERS, OIL AND VAPOR STOVES, are the 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 far, 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 matter before you go where you are sure to pay the combination prices ? Just look before you leap and first try IKE all, lEHZoolr, Conn. . If YOU ABE for A CARD FROM A. G. BAKER. Affairs About Town. THE BEE BUZZ. SPECIAL CORRK8POIfDEKC OF TUB BKE. Men In their Ignorance and unbelief are prone to regard the moral law as merely arbitrary, and without force in nature. It there is no God,then gin is nothing ex cept as it goes against public opinion, which depends upon who the public may happen to be. It is, after all, just as peo ple think and feel, then. According to this theory, adultery is not sin, among adulterers. It makes no difference.then, in the end, whether one is pure or im pure. Such is the theory and practice of the libertine. ' T v. . . i : . i i Itl ffOOd timeS DeODle bUV What they Want, 111 what does medical science say of the , TTTU I matter? In the first place the diseases of bgcl times they buy what they must, wnen sexual impurity put marks upon their . ., -a-1;1tv I victims as inaeiiDie as coat 01 uio. ine monev comes most easily it goes most reaoiiy, penalties of this sm are the most cutter- i . . . COMBINATION CLOTHIERS. 27 STORES. a possable suit. Will our selectmen kind, jly investigate this? The families of A. W., A. D. and J. B. Fairchild enjoyed a delightful picnic at Putnam park, Bedding, on Saturday. E. X. Sipperley, the bustling artesian well man of Westport, was the guest over Sunday, with Mrs Sipperley, of George F. Duncombe. Mrs O. M. Allen and two daughters. Miss Addie B. and Miss Marion, from Virginia, and K. S. Dean of Stockbridge, Mass.,are visiting at Mrs David B. Xorth rop's, Palestine. Fairfield County Chat but when a silver dollar looks as big as a cart wheel, its owner clings to it until he finds a bar gain. He has a big dollar and wants a big dol lars worth. This hfiinef true it is also true that you will always find the biggest bargains at Foster, Besse & Co.'s ably horrible and loathsome, even worse than leprosy itself, which is living death. Says one writer : "They may cling to him through life, may destroy his health, undermine his constitution, hasten bis death, may even terminate in disfigure ment and mutilation. Nay, they may even so taint the blood as to descend to his very offspring, and inflict upon anoth er generation the fearful consequences of his transgression." Therefore St Paul says : "Flee fornication ; every sin that a man doeth, is without the body ; but he that committeth fornication, sinneth against his own body." O. O. Wright. THE ORGAN RECITAL. The organ recital at the Congregation- a mace to live in Bridgeport or vicinity. don't lail to look at one of Architect ar.d Builder LAMSON'S ATTRACTIVE DWELL INGS. He will build one lor 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 witn tne suDBcnoer. Call or write lor particulars. Our furniture business in Hawleyville is now so well known lar and near that we feel that we may safely for a time at least cut down our advertising expenses. Au "ad" to be of value should be changed every week. We are too busy to do it, besides we heard a man say the other day that that furniture man at Hawleyville who advertises so much must be a fool (queer what big game one runs on to sometimes when he goes out with out a gun). Another more charitable friend remarked to us confidentially in an off hand way that writing "ads" out of business hours is liable to lead to softening 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 in a blind one. It would be perfect ly awful If we should really get it (this soften, ing disease we mean) and have it get real deeply seated before we knaw it or before we had time to vaccinate so we are going to stop umns for a while, pocket the money that 7fi5 North Avfi.. Brilio-fiTlOrt. Ct. would otherwise go into the coffers of these I o r errasnin? newsoaDer monopolists, eat Drain hardening food and attend strictly to business U aHilinir furniture at Hawlewille. Now tor Heaven's sake don't tell everybody I what you think. Just remember how sensitive w are to adverse criticism anu ten tueu lum we are simply boycotting and playing Debs with the newsnaDers tor 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 ot all BE SURE AND COME TO HAWLEYVILLE before you buy your furniture. Please commit tnis last sen tence to memory and then pin it in your hat. Architect and Builder, Summer Shoes .Actual Value. A. G. BAKER, Furniture Warerooms, Opposite Union Depot, Hawley ville, Conn. i th:e Our Prices. Improve the shining hour and buy while the above condition of affairs exists 384 MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT CONN. At G.uassanaua: Lake, the holdfast tie - a S Look through our line of Men'B and Young Men's business suits at $6-0, 7.50, a.Kfl nnd 1 f). which are reduced in nrice from $1 to $3 a suit. Men's and Youne- Men's Pants $1-25. 1.50.2,2-25,2.50, 3, 3.50, 4 and 5, t.hfisfthavfiheen reduced in nrice all that is possible to make room for our Fall stock and any one purchasing a pair now can save dollars and cents. al church ia8t Friday evening, was a euc- Boya' and Youths' suits 13 to 19 years ot age, long pants, -ou, o, , Ce?s in every way. Newtown people re 6.50,7, 7-50,8,8 50,10, la, 13, ana $10, atttt to tnese prices i ?u Bp0nded very generously to the invita suit and will then have the figures which tney are worm- tion to attend, and the church was well Boys'and Youths' odd Pants 13 to 19 yrs of age,long pants, 75c, $1, 1-, l-ou filled- The 8eiections by Gustave Bolze, 2, 2 25, 2 50, 3, 3-50 and 4, many rare bargains are among tnem- the organist of the evening, were in ex- Tinva' anil fihflrlrfin'a 3 niPf-fi knee TiantS SuitS. 10 tO 16 VTS Of age, $5 Upwards, ppiipnr. rostP. anri worp finplv rpnriPrpri Boys' and Children's 2 piece knee pants suits 4 to 15 years of age $1-98, 2.48. Tne vocal solos by Mrs Hollister Sage of 3, 3.50, 4, 4-50, 5, 5-50, 6, 6 50, 7, 7-U- An inspection 01 our Doya aim stepney Depot and Miss Fannie Scudder children's department will thoroughly convince you tnat we nave an an deserve especial mention, as well as the sortment at prices which are refreshing in these days of enforced ecom- vocai duet by Mrs Sage and Mrs A. P. omv- Smith. The other instrumental numbers Children's knee pants 48c, 75TTand 98c. Children's washable suits $1-19 and 1-50-nhiiHron'a wniata ..j 3fi 47 75c. and SI. nnr TTiirniabin o-dflnartment is filled with as choice a collection of novelties for Me-n'a Mnva' and Children's wear as vou will find anywhere- tuwo and nnno- mpn'n lat.ARt stvle stiff hats 1-35. 1.89 and 2.39- Soft hats AUuU Ml VI. J W - J 48c, 75 c, 98c, $1-25, 1-50, $2 Boys' and children's hats and caps, at lowest prices Men's latest style scarfs 23c and 45 c Men's seamless hose 3 pairs 25c Men's silk worked suspenders 23c and 48c Men's underwear 25c and 47c Men's overalls guarantees not to rip 48c and 75c Painters' overalls 48c and S3c. TTmhronna ?5 QOn. $1. $1.25. $1.50and 2. Rubber clothing, Horse clothing, trunks, sole agent for Clinton Wall trunk, bags, etc- of the evening, the violin solos by Her bert North, cornet solo by J. Richard North, and the cornet duet by Messrs North and Lum, rounded out a program of rare excellence. George Couch of Brooklyn and Fred B. Hubbell assisted as accompanists. The program iu detail was as follows : Organ solo Violin solo, EEPEESEHTED BT JOHH J. H0BTHBOP FOB flEWTOWH AND VICISITT. E0STER, BESSE & CO., Combination Clothinrs and Men's Furnihers. Operators of 27 stores,- Prayer from Lohengrin," Mr Bolze 'Carnival ot Venice," Herbert B. Korth Vocal solo, "A bunch ot cowslips," Mrs Sage Cornet 80lo,"Love'8 sorrow," J.Richard North Organ solo, "Fantasia," Mr Bolze Vocal duet, "See the pale moon," Mrs Sage and Mrs Smith Violin solo, "Old folks at home," Herbert Korth Organ solo, "Melodies from toreign lands," Mr Bolze Vocal solo, "To Saville," Miss Fannie Scudder Cornet duet, "1 would that my love," Messrs North and Lum Organ solo, "Orchestra effects," Mr Bolze AST0S. TOWN TOPICS. Mrs Agar Beardsley and son were guests at C. W. Candee's, last Friday. Mr Candee feela prond of bis good pota to crop, stating for a fact tbat they have been digging and eating their own new potatoes since June 8. George Kachele has built on to his house, 16x22, with two stories, adding a large bay window to the front, with a slate roof covering both the old and the new part. Large windows and sash doors give tne nouce an attractive ap pearance. A large sitting room fronts the road, with bedroom in the rear with two large bedrooms on second floor. When finished and dressed in its coat of white it will make one of the most at tractive residences of Easton. George F. Newbaurer and.S. I. Dayton are doing the work. George Kachele has bought out the meat route, wagon and ice box of Dan iel Perry and will commence pedaling this week, taking the old custaners and many new ones. George Terry and wife of Birmingham were pleasantly entertained, Satarday, by his uncle, J. L. Perry. Judge Sherwood and wife of Green's Farms agreeably surprised their former pastor, Eev Mr Warfield, by calling on him, Thursday, at his Easton home. Miss L. B. Turney returned, Wednes day, from a week's outing at the shore with friendslfrom Stratford and Hunt ington. Miss Emily Perry of Sbelton with The resa Porter, Miss Amy Lineburgh of Bir mingham with Edith Osborne, were pleasantly entertained, Tuesday after noon and even ing, at Miss Hattie Perry's. Mrs E. &I. Turney has rented rooms to a Miss Lillian Winthrop of Redding. She expects to attend school at the Academy, commencing September 4. Lulu Nordman and Charles Lakiscyk were married in "the Episcocal chapel, Sunday afternoon, by Rev Mr Hamilton. Miss Frances Thompson ot Bridgeport spends a week with Mrs Baldwin Beacb. 317 MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT, CONN- U to a string or rope wbM a buckle la to a trap. Thn tlm for ninnic narties is at hand and I when selecting a place to spenu your uuuug ,inn't tri-crt. t.h rnwH HniiH is Drettilv situ ated on the shores of Lake Quassapaug and thuf it. ir Tii ami pool over oera. juv Bieam- er is all that could be desired for a trip "round the lake, and 1 run It myseit so aa 10 oe sure nn npclilnntM onr.ur. tor I know every inch ot the lake and just where the dangerous places are. Make your dates a little ahead of time. I There is room for an ana l nave gooa Dan grounds, good stables, good Doats, gooa nsn Dan; in iacb, everyiuiug iw jum wmwu. Proprietor, P. 0. Address. Middlebnry, Conn. M. G. KEANE'S MONUMENTAL WORKS, Housatonic Avenue, Bridgeport. yff EN IN D ANBURY WESTPORT MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. 3D. HP. MoK.onxin, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Monuments and Headstones of. All Descriptions in Marble and uranite. Never Undersold. Box 228, Westport, Conn. Users of Holdfast Corn Binders Cannot Say Too Much In Their f raise ana JiiVery rai nier Should Write Us For Descriptive Circu lar and Testimonials. LYO 2ST 5c G- -R, XT JSL JsL J 1ST, 383 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. YOTJ cannot afford tornie CORN without usiiuc the HOLDFAST GORH BINDER Bend & cents for Samples and Circulars to the TIB OO., UnadUla, N. T. GO TO C. E. HAVILAND & CO. -FGR- VTE'WTOWH 11 Conn. SAVINGS BANK Newtown, Incorporated 1855. PH11X CLARKE. President; C. H. KORTH- ROP, Treasurer. HOURS 9 a. m. to S p. m. Mondays. 7 to p. m. 'Levy Bros.. We are closing out the balance of our S-u.m.rcLer ClotixiTLgr it Cost EDWABOS M. SMITH, M.I). PHYSICIAJT AND BTJBGEON. Offioe aad Besidensa Hevtova Street. Telephone Connection. v iD. P. KICHAEDSON, M. D, Physician and Surgeon. Office and Residence, Sandv Hook. Telephone eonneetion. Purchase NOW and Save THE ALBANY DENTISTS, 388 MAIN STREET, 0pp. Cannon St., Bridgeport PAINLESS DENTISTRY AT MODERATE PRICES. CELEST A. BEHEDICT, K. D., FhTaieian aad Surgeon, 843 State St., Bridgeport. Kleetrieitr one of the therapeutic agents. Of. fl hnnnfron 10 a, at. to 18 m. 8 to 4 m. FIRE INSURANCE Old Beliable Companies. Lowest Sates. I W. A. LEONARD. Newtown, Conn : HATS, FURNISHINGS, TRUNKS AND BAGS ' AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES FOE EELIABLE GOODS. THE BUSINESS SUITS FROM $6.50 TO $12 AMI $10 arnJUL . THEMSELVES. HAETaLE? 0LD 199 Main St., Danbury. BOSTON" ZDElISra?-Xi CO- 420 Main SW MIDGEPUKT. A PARALLEL When purchasing1 a seat for he opera, care should be taken not to get to far from the stage IN SHOE MAKING Care should be taken to get as near the public as possible. W. A. STANDISH Is getting nearer the public each day by selling good shoes at low prices that fit and wear well. Boy s Canvas Hals, bc, snouia be a $1. s - Tennis dongola and goat Ox fords, 92c, regular price $1.25 and $1.50. Men's Russia Calf Oxfords $2.49 were $3.50. W. A. STANDISH, BIRDS ASS FOWLS AS TIMS KEEPERS. Has the reader ever noticed bow well the roosters know the time of night, and with what exactness the robins open their matin songs? Xo matter what the weath er, bright moon or dark and rainy, they will not vary five minutes In their an nouncement of morning, the freshest, the sweetest part of the summer day. "If you would eDjoy Nature," said Daniel Webster, get up early." And he was right, as usual. When the east glows with crimson and the wave of light comes upon the western shore of the Atlantic it ia greeted with the glad acclaim of thousand: of sweet songsters. Who is the man who can lie in bed supinely then? Oh ! when tbat everlasting morning shall I cliffe and families, Mrs Frank Wheeler, lowest prices quality to call and see our all Alumnlnm HntH nf Tth Which have all tll6 advantages ol gold but are much lighter and eas ier to wear, and cost nearly the same as rubber plates, a specialy. Solid Gold Crowns tor teeth made and fitted while you wait, at halt the usual prices, gold, silver and porcelain fillings painless f. . : i aii AthaiMnohM rf dentiatrv at ofwork warranted flrt-class, it you think ot haying a plate, dont fail umnium plates. BOSTON DENTAL CO. Dr Edward S- warnee. Manager, SUCCESSOR TO BALD WIS & STANDISH. 402 Main Street, . BRIDGEPORT, - . CONN. -TRE- BURR & KNAPP, Bankers and Brokers, 363 Main Street, ----- Bridgeport, Conn. BONDS. STOCKS. MORTGAGES' AND DEBENTURES, INSURANCE, STEAMSHIP AND RAILROAD TICKETS. Deposits received subject to draft and Interest Money. FAIBCHILD &. MEAD, General Insurance And Seal Estate Agents, 01 FAIEFIELD AVENUE. BKIDflEPOST. COH Warner Bnllding, Eoom a. - 211 Tlain Street, LEVY BROS. Danbury, Conn. CHARLES JONAS, l MERCHANT TAILOR, Church St., Newtown Conn CH. BOBTHB0P, Agent nor tne uiaesi Strongest and Most Reliable Fire Insur ance Companies in Connecticut, viz : Hartford Fire, ol jiartiora. rnawu, i imuviu. nnnnivtit of Hartfowl. Orient, ot Hart- fowl. Middlesex Mntnal. ot Hiddletowu. Westchester, ot Metr xora. ' w. i r n a n fin n . a Mant- r.aid on same. Securities boughf and sold on commission. Foreign BUls of Exchange. cular Drafts and Bank Money Orders available in all parts 01 n,urope Tame Sta pies cfis Oo Deposits received subject to check and interest allowed on all balances of 500 or more. INSURANCB Fire, Marme. Plate Glass, and guarantee leading American and Bnghsh companies. REAL ESTATE Bougbt, sold or exenangea ob ammiumu. . T T ,th Of tha lft.t.et. annrovea consuacugii. rnaw i.uo r I t.hTwlt,h. Oonoons and dividends collected. TBIJSTEiia ub auminuijuiiu-n " VA' prepared to take the charge and care of estates and property g v " JAME8 STAPLES. P.L.HOLZEK. F.T, 109 State St., Cor. Court. - - 'enerallv. STAPLES B&TDOEPOBT, COM jr. W. HARSH, ORAMGE HBRWIM, B. 0. ISMMOSf. BRIDGEPORT SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE VAULTS Sate Deposit Boxes rented at reasonable rates. Private Booms for examining papers. Steel Vanlta, : Time Lock, ' ; :: Watchman. MarsTv. Merwin;& Lemmon, 806 Main St., Bridgeport, Conn.'-.'-' :" Banking and Brokerage, unoice mvesimeuio. Mortgages on Bridgeport. Beal Estate. ' Interest Allowed on Dpolt. . Only Store In Town That makes a baaiaeu of Sboei C . only ia tba - Guarantee Shoe Store Where everybody will get raited in style, wear and repairing. Augur's Building, Opposite liantie Mills, Sandy Hook, Conn, P. J. Lynch, Prop'r. LONG HILI. Ohyes,Victorycoancll,Xo.31,D. ot L., are alive yet and they have made a change in their meeting night. They will meet every Friday night after thia instead of Monday. Charles Downs and family, with F. K. Packard and family, Mrs X. A. Cole man, Sarah French and Mif B Addie Gnyon of Staten Island spent the day at Mead ow's End, one day last week. All re port a very fine time. Mrs E. M. Tysen and granddaughter have returned to their home on Staten Island after a two weeks'1 visit here. W. B. Coan, A. W. Coan, Clarence Had- break upon us and the charming music of the heavenly hosts greet us, we may sometimes think of morning here. G. W. B. Gustave Bolze, the New England rep resentative ot the Mason & Risen vocal- Mrs Charles Hall and daughter, Mrs S. E. French and children are spending a week at Walnut Beach. The lawn party held at Mrs Hurd"i was well attended and was a great sue cess, aitnougn some coanges were made in the program on account of sick- ion church organs, also dealer In high ness, and was not as elaborate as was grade pianos,494 and 496 State street, New expected. Haven, now offers some very fine church I Mrs Owens of Meriden is visiting her organs at exceptional bargains. These I mother, Mrs Hard. Miss Lillian Hard organs are new and have only served as I S iao spending a few days there. samples to show the beauty of tne in-1 struments to the trade. He wishes to dispose of these organs to make room for new samples. This is a rare oppor tunity to buy a very fine church organ 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 church, Westport Methodist church, and Sbelton Methodist church, all of Connecticut, and gives all these congre gations as reference. REDDING. Mrs M. J. Teal has been 111 for two weeks with typhoid fever. Edward Eeardon of Norwalk, Mrs Mary Perry and daughter, Thomaa Cot ter wife and children of Bridgeport, are guests at J. T. Carroll's. ' SOUTH BRITAIN. SCHOOL AFFAIRS. At a special meeting of the board of school visitors, Theodore F. Wheeler was appointed committee in Southbory, District No. 3. In regard to alleged ille gality of the election of clerk in District No. 2, the matter was postponed till Wednesday, two weeks hence at 9 o'clock, William Shultz drives a new horse, bought " in Hawleyville. Mr Shultz caught a snapping turtle, last week, two feet long. It weighed eight and one-1 to gjve parties a hearing should they ao half pounds. Stagg & Beardsley, COITEACTOBS BTCLDZBS. . Work Done at Short XotU. P. 0. Addresi. Boa 13, Stratford, Coan. Mrs John Kennedy and daughters, Misses Nettie and Edith, from New York, are guests at AndrewJEgan's. Rev W. T. Gilbert visited former pa rishioners at New Milford on Friday. Mr and Mrs C. F. Beardsley were at Saratoga and Lake George, last week. desire. The annual meeting for the ex. amlnatlon of teachers will be held In the brick schoolhouse In Southbury on Wednesday, August 29, commencing at 10 o'clock. Dea Warren Mitchell and wife are vis iting at Mattewan, N. Y. PIANOS AND ORGANS. We are offering some very fine second hand pianos and organs at very low fig ures. Munn'a and Clark piano, $25; square piano, Qov tireat union piano, I ft 100: Dunham & Gow piano. 130: W. It is the opinion of some that the KW1 n ,t Hi. fnnt nf hill vt nf I thB- rnnwrf rational church should be H. Jewett & Co., piano, 130; Seeley A the Congregational, cburcft snowa oe Adamson pUno a140; shonlnger organ, widened, or a railway erected at both $45 j Mason & Hamlin organ, $55; Eatey sides. , The bridge U rather narrow, and organ, 80. We are also agents for thi on a dark night, a person not acquainted New England states forthe Stein way A with the road, stands 1 Ing Into the brook. A here m!ht save tie town many dollars In I Crlfrort, O-a. irson not acquainted New ungtana states ror tne stem way a, 1 a fair chance of o- Sons, Gabler Broa., Hardman, Henninr, a fair chance or go- Weger Hrol and Standard piano. U. A few dollars spent stelnert Son Co., 313 Xlatn street.