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FEJD1I SEPT. 14, 1884. n.n.. , CIRCULATION: LAST WSSX. ' 3.100 AUairK About Town. ACADEMY STILL OR0WING. THR ATTENDANCE AT THE OPENING, THIS WEEK, I.AKUKU THAN EVER BEFORE. - The Newtown Academy continues to grow. The opening ou Mindly f mud that the accommodations of the ch ol were Insutllcient, notwlthtannlng tht a number o( extra sitting) had been put in. In all 1:10 student had applied for admis sion and as a number of these are to come In yet, larger accommodations will have to be provided. The number of young rueti and boys taking the high school course Is the largest In the history .of the Institution. The work of organi zation and classification has been com pleted more quickly, this year, than ever before, owing to the fact that there were no change of the regular teacher, and there la a sulilclent number of teachers to do HI le lent work, even with an Increased attendance. George W. Clark of Newtown has ad ded to Mr Piatt's mineral collection over (10 valuable specimens and mum Her con tributions have been received from vari ous oth r sourc'!. A number of new text books have been adopted for the Academy, this year, among which are tinge's 1'hysics. B'hM tell's l'hyiolgles, Thompson'.- I ommer cUl Arithmetic, and f"i the preparatory department Stlckrie'a KnglMi Classic set le of readers will hereafter be used A SCHOOL ROW. Tlu (irav's riain school dNlnc lh.iv lt)g a vety dlsagrernhle tinn' with it" school, this term ; 1" fm-r ttieynre not having anv cli.ol at all j'it. now. The row eMi'S m h ' ati.'Ut i fenvher l.vt year Murrin Kyuii . i- ciiminirteeman, but this year the school meeting was the scene of a lively content and (ieorge VVin ton beat Mr l'yan by one vote and was elected committeeman for this Vr. At that meeting Mr I! van told the district that he had hired the former teacher, who ii hi ; daughter, for Knottier year. Mr Winton evidently think that he was the one to hire the teacher in-teau of Mr Kyan, and refuses to ! t Mix Uyun into the nchoolhou'e to open (lie echool, though lie goes refill:! rly to .the school building every morning and tries the door jut before the time for school to begin. In the meantime Mr Winton is looking for another teacher. The school board has been up en led to, but they thought It wm a imitter the district should decide and therefore refused to act. Miss Kyan holds a certificate from the board to teach, and the question now teems to be whether die will get a chance to tine It. The eourts will probably be called on to lend a hand in the matter. DEATH OF JOHN F- PECK. The funeral of John F. Peck of Chica go was held from the home of bin father, Oeorge C Peck, on Tuesday afternoon at 'i o'clock, llev Mr I.lns'.ey olliciating. The bearers were Messrs John Wheeler, Albert Peck, Charles (jay and II. 15. Cog er. Mr Peck was formerly a Newtown boy and wa In the store with David John ion for Keven yearn. At, the breaking out of the war he left the t ire and formed a company, going out. m If. lieutenant At the cl'Me of th war fie weir, t Chicago, wher lie ha ulnce been in nullum, un til about two yeart ago, when he was stricken down wUh coiwump'ion. which ended his life on Saturday, September 8 He ws married and leaves a wife ami two children, lie bus been away from Newtown for about 30 years. BASSETT S BLACKSMITH SHOP DAMAGED BT FIRE- On lat Sstti'ii i v morning at about 4 o'clock inth' mornli g, A. W. liasneitrtl -covered that his hop ws ou tire. The fire stai u d iu the roof over where the forge was located a id probably took Are In some way from the forge. A stream of water was soon playing on the build ing and In 20 minutes the blaze was out. About a quarter of the roof of the build ing was burned up and there was a con siderable damage to Mr Bassett's tools and stock, to say nothing of the incon venience it has p'lthimat. tuite a crowd gathered, even though it was so early in the morning. As soon as the Insurance Is arJ isted Mr Bassett will probably re build the building, as the present struc ture Is damaged almost beyond repair. TO CHRIS A5THEMDM GROWERS. Do not delay potting your plants. Set them In the shade for a few days, sen that thev are free from Insects and keep them well watered. After they are well entflblldied In the pots, feed them occas ionally with liquid manure. Protect tbem from frost. It may become necessary to house them at night, but thev should have plenrv of air and tunliitht during the day. If you want large flowers, al low only part of them to bloom. The flower show will be held early In November. MAT UILK-ME5 HAVE THE BLUES. The sudden departure of a Bridgeport milkman br the name oi isean, nas re salted in lost to many Newtown and Stepney farmers, to the amounts of $23 to 8100 each. Among tnose woo iur nlshed him milk were Edward Goodsell, George Parmelee, B. Hawley, A. C. Mo Arthur, C. IS. Beers, Patrick Lynch, E. M. l'eek, Jr.. J. J. Schermerhorn, James Farrell and E. Morgan. Rev O. O. Wright will hold divine ser vice at Berkshire chapel, next Sunday at 4 p. m. L. C. Gilbert Is having, his house and burnt newly painted by John A. Nash. When completed the buildings will pre sent ft beautiful appearance. ' " Two four-horse 'bus loads drove from Bridgeport to Henry Beers' at Bouford, Wednesday evening. Patsy Ryan 1 In New York. E. M. Peck has been getting a two- horse power of Elijah Mlddlebrook , of Long Illll. The ladles prayer ueetlng at Sandy Hook will be held next Tuesday at 3 wl.h Mrs Emily A. Bennett. Mrs Chariet Rtdcllffe of Long Hill died on Monday, September 10. Mr and Mil TUT IT. For at lame back or for a pain in the nlde or chest, try saturating a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's pain balm and binding it on to the aflected parts. This treatment will cure any ordinary case in one or two days. Pain balm also cures rheumatism ; 50 cent bottles for sale by E. F. Hawley, Newtown, and S. C. Bull, Handy Hook. Graham and Mrs Bennett went down on Thursday to attend the funeral, which took place from her home Thursday at 2 p. m. Mrs Radcliil'ee was formerly a ref I lent of Sandy llook. HATTERTOWN- Kichard M. Booth la attending a iness college In Bridgeport. bus- Miss Etta I. Hull opened the fall term of school, last Tuesday, with 11 schol ars. , Mrs Jane Summers U having her barn repared J. B. Parmelee is doing the work. Miss Aniie M. Benedict Is In Danbury, the gueft of her aunt, Mrs J. Loucks George Piatt is sick with dysentery, (ieorge Stillson has gone to Norwalk to work at oystering. BERKSHIRE John Fenton held service in the Berk shire cbanel, Wednesday evening. Jerry Carey, Jr., and family of Bridge port are visiting at Jerry Carey's Miss Hathaway, who has cared for Samoel Curtiss during his recenr illness, has returned to her home in Paris, Maine. Miss Hutchinson, who Is boarding at Helen Beers , is teaching a private school. Mrs Susan Hall spent Sunday In Sandy Hook, and after the funeral of Mrs Gil bert, left for Danbury in the afternoon. A number of the Stepney friends at tended the funeral of Mrs Gilbert on Monday, among the number werj Rev J. B Merwin, Mrs Powell, two members of the family of the late David Osborn, Mr Booth and his sister. Zilfuon Peck bought three yearling heifers of Stevenson & Hedding, this week. W. B. Sniflen of the New Yoik, this week. Hook has been in Miss Ruth Bradley, who has been with her dster, Mrs S. C. Bull, has returned to Hartford, where the teaches music another yea'. Curtis Bostw ick is spending a few days with friends at Woodmont. Ralph Betts, who is clerk at S. C. Bull's drug store, is enjoying a vacation, which is being spent In Brooklyn, N. V. Frederick Luff, William Gordon, Fred erick Kemp anr. Edward Short, living in Southbury, were arrested on Thursday morning, charged with stealing 25 water melons belonging to Wales D. Warner, and were tiled by Charles Brown, justice of the pea-e. The accused were acquit ted. Lawyer Beecher c. nducted the case for the boys. A crowd of about 75 at tended the trial. The B. T. W. S. of Berkshire held their second and successful clambake and corn roast on Peck's Point, Thursday evening, and it was voted a great success. The watermelor and the excellent music ren dered by some of its members were some of the features of the evening. Dr Theodore S. Rumney of Philadel phia has been a guest of his brother, Rev George Rumney, at Mrs Addie Nichols' ou Mt Pleasant. George Rumney, Jr., of Naugatuck has been entertained by his father. It-v Mr Ru u :ev, tit the same place. I.. B. Booth has been in town, this week. Chief Tomlinson of Shelton found a dog belonging to M. F. Keating of New town, which had been stolen from him. It was in the possession of a man named Halstead. Readers of THE Bf.e should not fail to remember the sale of high class shoes at half price advertised by W. K. Mollan of Bridgeport. Mr Mollan purchased tltf entire surplus stock of the Bedford Shoe Mfg. Co. of Bostonst 50 cents on the dol lar, and is selling It st prices which have created a rnatlon among Bridgeport shoppers. There is one thing which should be borne in mind, and that is the fact that Mr Mollan's is the oldest estab lished shoe business in Bridgeport, and what he advertises be ha, every time. He cannot afford to romance In his ad vertisements . Children's school suits from OSj up at Iivy Brothers', Danbury. Nobby Fauntleroy and reefer suits at Lvy Brothers', Danbury. Men's pants, best and cheapest, at Levy Brothers', Danbury. NMiss Delia BoUford has gone to North Carolina to teach to an Indian school at Cherokee. Rev and Mrs Otis w. Bsrker and son, Edward, left on Wednesday for a three' weeks' vacation which will be passed at the home of Mr Barker's father at Stone Church, Genesee county, N. Y. A grand sociable will be held at St Pat rick's hail, JNewtown, Dy tne st Vincent de Paul M. A. association, Wednesday evening, September 19. Tickets admit tine gentleman with ladies, 50 cents. The' committee will endeavor to make this the best of the season. All are cordially in vited to attend. People who visit Waterbury will not fail to visit the store of the Waterbury Furniture Co. They have a great stock and an interesting store. Miss Mary Bacon organized classes in drawing, crayon work and painting at the Academy, yesterday. ' One of the leading men In the greatest sewing machine manufacturing concerns m tne world stopped over at jaawiey vllle, the other day, en route from Litch Held to New York, and chanced to drop Into Baker's furniture store. He was so delighted with the stock that be purchas ed a large bill, and ordered them shipped to rew xorK. ;.. rT Mrs Jane Shepard of Brookfieldis with the family or D. o. Beers on Mile Hill Mr and Mrs Charles Soutbville, Sunday. Minor were in Randolph Hill of New Milford spent Labor day with friends in sandy Hook Mrs Patrick Gannon, who has been In poor health for some time, has a nurse Francis Gannon of Bridgeport is spend. Ing a few weeks with bis parents. John McGlnnls took in the Niagara Falls excursion, this week. Henry C. Sanford of New Milford has entered the higher classes of the Acad- A 000D IHDICATI05. . IT 19 A SIGNIFICENT FACT THAT " many medical practloners of prominence are now prescribing regularly, ror tne ai levlation and cure of all diseases spring Ing from derargement of the digestive and secretory organs ur uavia Ken nedy's Favorite Remedy, a proprietary medicine, put up at Rondout, N; Y., by the physician whose name it bears. This professional endorsement is justified by the fact that no- other preparation has been found so efficacious in all that class of disorders, even in the most advanced and severe cases. It has in numerous in stances, cured gravel in the kldnevs and stone in the bladder, allayed inflamma tion and arrested wasting away of the kidneys, where all other medicines bad failed to give relief. It is pleasing'to see the profession liberal enough to accept and prescribe a proprietary medicine, even when It is Known to be good. eray to complete bis preparation Yale. He commutes on the train. for Mr and Mrs E. F. Hawley, Mrs C. F Beardsley and Miss Grace Judson en joyed a carriage drive to Bridgeport on .Thursday. D0DGIHGTOWH AND VICIHITT. P. C. Durant and B. E. Ferry took a trip to New York, Monday. Mrs Bennett Piatt la the guest ol Mrs'W. Sliepard. Mr and Mrs Eaton and two children of Bos ton are spending a lew days with Mrs .1 P. liarnum. Mr and Mrs G .Crane have been the guests ol their son, Byron Crane, of Danbury. Mr and Mrs I. W. Andrews and son have been visiting her sister, Mrs F. Piatt, ol Red ding. Mr and Mrs K. D. Shepard and daughters spent Monday at Putnum Park. O. C. Taylor is on the sick list. Miss Meirs, who has been boarding with Mrs Sherman Smith, returned to Brooklyn, Saturday. Mr and Mrs Crofutt have moved from Horace Nurthrop's tenement house into the house owned by Mrs Huldah Peck. Mr and Mrs F. C. Gernett and wife of Bridgeport paused at Dick's, this week, en route for their home, from a delight ful carriage drive which included Wash ingtou aiid thi ough the Berkshire bills and into Voik state. D. S. Brinsmade, secretary, treasurer and engineer of the Ousatonic Water Co., stopped at Dick's for a brief sojourn, this week, with his wife. School commutation tickets for New town are sold at every station between Stepney and New Milford. The largest number from any one station is Stepney. Miss Florence Wales of Monroe has en tered for a course In Newtown Academy. A light frost was reported in Tinker- field district on Wednesday morning. On exhibition at the store of L. C. Mor- s are some magnificent Delaware pota toes. They will weigh one and one-quarter pounds each. They were raised by 1.. l':ck and be has plenty more just ike 'em at home. Those who travel toward the Depot are thankful that the selectmen have bad the plank walk repaired. It has been in a bad condition. Mrs Susan Chipman has been spending week with Mrs Ammon Taylor at San dy Hook. Dea R. L. Warner has some very fine peaches, four of which will weigh a pound. Misses Henrietta Dutton and Hattie futtle of Waterbury are guests at Fred erick Chambers'. Michael Quealy of Carbon, Wyoming, is visiting his aunt, Mrs Daniel Lynch of Mile Hill. Mr Quealy has with him 40 fine horses, of which be wishes to dis pose of. MisB Margaret Lynch returned to New Haven, Monday, afttr spending a month at her home. Among the many friends who attended the first mass celebrated by Rev J. A. Flemming, at Danbury, Sunday, were MLsses Margaret, Ella, Mary and Thom as Lynch and John McNamara of this town. The new iron bridge over the Wood bury river was completed, Monday. This bridge was built by the town of South bury, making three fine iron bridges at Bennett's Bridge. The workmen who boarded at Mrs Julian Berdsley'a left for Croton Landing, Monday, to erect u other bridge. W. II. Prindle, in order to increase the water supply at his house, is having his well sunk deeper, rne tasK is nor, easy, as he has to encounter solid rock. The ladies and gentlemen of the Con gregational church are requested to meet at the church on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock to assist in the fall cleaning. Edward Goodsell is having an artesian well tdriven by Sipperley, the famous hustler from vvestport. Aeent C. B. Taylor and Mrs Taylor left on Tuesday for a Western trip. Their objective point of visit will be St Jfaul, but they will go into nansas oeiore re urning. Henry Moore, son of Dea A. C. Moore, while working in his latner's suo one day this week, ran a pitchfork clear through one hand, it is believed no ser ious results will follow, although he hat bad a very sore hand. John Lancaster and family of George town visited at Dea A. C. Moore's, this week. John Albin and William Simpson, who have been engaged at farm worK lor . J. Botsfovd and A. C. McArthur have gone to Georgetown to work. Miss Lottie Botsford has entered type writing school at. Bridgeport. Charles Sweezey has rented the Hen derson place In South Center district. Union Business College, Bridgeport. Mr and Mrs Clark Blackman have returned t om Fairfield Beach, and are now visiting In New Haven. Miss Helen Baker, who has been the guest of Mrs John H. Blackman. returns to her home In Brooklyn, N. Y., Saturday. C. S. Andrews, the house furnisher and hardware dealer of Danbury, has an inter esting announcement regarding thelrstore, found In another column. D. C. Bacon and Theron E. Piatt were In attendance at the Watertown lair on Tuesday, Henry Holt and family, who have been topping with Landlord Taylor, have gone to Springfield, Mass. " ' Howard Belden has gone to his home in Chicago tor a two weekV stay. Taylor & McQ ran have a better display Of furniture than ever, this fall. Th tall tyle In foot wear are aready for Friday, September 7, 189 The How land. Goiv. Stark Company, Bridgeport Conn. The schools open next week. Shoes for the children are ready; and there's nothing more important than a word of wisdom about them. The most comfortable shoes or girls are shoes without heels spring heels they are called the soles at the heels are thickened a little. Wide enough soles, wide enough toes, spring heels, a good fit and proper leather. All these e r are necessary tor comiort. We have them from 7 up. The most confortable first- class spring heel shoes the shoes for nine out of ten to buy are our Wear Resisting shoes. Have had 'em for years and know all about 'em. Children s sizes, 8 -l to 10 -2, $1.25; girls' sizes, it to 2, $1.25. We have other shapes for mothers who care more for what they call "style" than for comfort. We'd make every body wise and good if we could, especially about their children. But they who are neither wise nor good have children; and we must supply them with shoes to pinch the ittle people's toes to a point, and heels to tip onto the shoes, they will have them so. Boys' shoes likewise spring heels even up to the age when good heel is better. Wear Resisting shoes with spring heels, sizes 9 to 13 and a half, 111 1 r one dollar and twenty-nve cents; without spring heels, sizes eleven to two, one dollar and fifty cents; sizes two and a alf to five and a half, one dollar and seventy-five cents. The Howland, Gow, Stark ain and Company. Agents tor Butterlck's Patterns. Cannon streets. Bridgeport, Conn nspection at P. J. Lynch'a guarantee shoe store at the Hook. Edward Taylor passed Thursday and Fri. day ot last week at Fleetwood Park, enjoying the races. D. 6. Beers was in attendance at the New Milford fair on Wednesday and on Thursday, large contingent of Newtowners went up to see C. G. Peck's Hazel trot in the three minute class. 'airfield County News. LYON'S PLAINS. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BIT MEMBERS OF EMMNAUEL PARISH. Seyenty-eight members of Emmanuel parish have signed and sent to Rev Alex ander Hamilton the following : Rev Alexander Hamilton, Dear Sir: The undersigned parishioners of Emman uel parish have learned with regret or your acceptance or a can irom xasnua parish and hereby express our earnest wish that you may re-consider your ac ceptance and continue your relations to Emmanuel parish as its rector. L&ignea by 78 parishioners, Lyons Plains, Sep tember 5, 1894. H. B. Wheeler lost a valuable cow, Wednesday, of horn distemper. Union Business College, Bridgeport. WESTON- Edmond F. Lynch, who is located at Scribner's old blacksmith stand, is grad ually worUing himself into a good trade. Customers are finding out where good work can be done at reasonable prices. Horse and ox shoeing oild wagon repair ing are a specialty. Albert E.Turney fluiv rl cutting up his corn, Wednesday. Edmond F. Lynch . and Frank Lane killed a water snake, last week, having 52 young snakes with it. Union Business College, Bridgeport. ASPETUCZ. William Osborne lost a sow and pigs with milk fever, recently. Litchfield County News WASHINGTON. ROMFORD. ' M- C. Ford, with the -assistance of Robert Black.the bee keeper recentlj removed 30 pounds of hooey from a bol low tree.. miss Sadie Martin of Nubatuck, N.Y., has been visiting at Mrs Parsuley's. Our school commenced, Monday. Tne schoolhouse has been repaired both out side and in, but it is too small to accom modate the increased number oi scholars. We anticipate a successful year with Miss Ella Thayer as teacher. The schools in town bae commenced, this week. Miss Peacock and Miss Brlerlv teach in Calhoun street, F. North Clark in East street and Miss Cella Net tleton In South street. Truman P. Clark of Goshen, spent the Sabbath with his brother, Lyman L. Clark. Hon Edward M. Chapin of New Hart ford, was among the guests at the cen tennial celebration here. C. P. Weaver and family spent several davs in Washington recently. Rev Dr Spencer is away lor a few weeks, while St John's church is under going repairs. Master JjOuis weiton nas gone to Mount Vernon to take a position in a book store. ' Everyone rejoiced, last Saturday, In the rain. Our town was full of strangers to attend the Masonic centennial celebra tion, which was a pleasant time. The loaded tables and the baskets full that remained over showed that the ladies could have fed many more. WATERTOWN. CHRIST CHURCH AFFAIRS. Last Sunday morning .the Rev H. N. Cun- Bingham preached to a crowded church from the text, "Whom say men that I the son of man am?" In the evening to a large congre gation be preached from the text, "Thy faith I li e Reason! WHY WE HAVE THE CE0WD WITH US IS THE . PEICES AEE EIGHT AND WE V HAVE THE GOODS. SHOES, BOOTS AND SLIPPERS. To suit everybody. School bells will "soon be ringing, school children will want shoes that are the place to get them. Children's School shoes, all solid and$l. Children's School shoes, 49c and 79c. Boys' School shoes, all solid leather, sizes 1 to 5 1 2 69c, 89c and $1. Ladies Dongola Kid Button Shoes, all sizes, 69c, 99c and $1.19. Men's Working and Dress Shoes, all sizes,99c $1.09, and $1.79. 0. H. BENNETT, & SON, 367 Main St., Bridgeport, Ct. lOP. AND of the finest line of Furniture we have ever shown in SuitsTables, Chairs, etc. Call and see our elegant line. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. TAYLOR & MCGRAN, Stores! Hardware! Furnaces! Tin, Stone, Wood, Willow, Yellow, Fiber and Granite Ware AT LOWEST LIVING PRICES, -REMEMBER Plumbing and Tinning. -Stoves, Crockery Contor Street, had made thee whole." Mr Cunningham Is an eloquent and forcible speaker and holds the attention of his hearers from beginning to end. He says he has big work to do in Walt ham, Mass., which will occupy his t'ime and attention tor several years. H. William Warner is sinking a well on the lot recently purchased by Mrs Ira C. Hotch kiss. Principal Working was in town, last week. Miss Annie Lindsay is very low with typhoid tever. W aterto wn's new town hall is progressing rapidly. The watertables are all set and the brick work is going rip at a cyclone rate. A son was Dora to Jir ana Mrs u.i. uemm ay. last Friday, and died on Sunday morn- iner. The interment was in Evergreen ceme tery on Monday. Rev John F. Nichols offici ated assisted by Eov II. N. Cunningham of Waltham, Mass. A good oia lasiuoneu uouse warming was held at F. H. Bronsen's new house, last Wednesday evening. About 0 persons were present. Music and dancing was indulged in to the early nours oi ine morning. Quite a large aeiegauon rrom f eaerai ioage. No 17. F. & A. M., attended the celebration ot he centennial ot Washington lodge, No 27, at Washington, lasi Saturday. Sentember 1. A. N. Woolson's manulactory started on 10 hours a day, six days a week. KENT. NOTES FROM ST ANDREW'S. The Sacrament ot Bantism was administer ed in St Andrew's church, last Sunday, and the rector preached a sermon appropriate to the occasion explaining tne rite anu giving its history and meaning. Miss AtalaP.Bielbv has returned to Middle- town, to continue her studies in the Middle town high school. Rev B. M. Wright was in town over Sunday, but finds his eyes still very weak and is hav ing them operated on bv a New York physi cian and surgeon. The secretary ol the Church Building Society occupied his pulpit and preached tor mm. The rain has put out an tne ures m mis vicinity. rooacco is an narvested. Most of the town schools have begun. Mis Bessie Welch, who has been stopping with her grandmother, who is quite feeble, returned to Bridgeport to continue her studies m school oq Monday. Wallace Welsh of Bridgeport spent Sunday with his mother here. The greater part ol our summer visitors have gone home. The severe rain of Saturday .iorning kept the Masonic delegation rrOm Kent from at tending the centennial ot the Washington lodge. The Kent bovs defeated the Gaylordville nine in fine style at baseball in the match game played there week beiore last, and they are waiting lor the Gaylordsville nine to come here and try it over again. WOODBURY- HOTCHKISSVILLE. Dr J. S. Bissell, a graduate of the 7 it?' r,.. a: v 1 v" si 3 3 wi VSfl -- 11. "I was Raised on Mellin's Food." The only substitute for mother's milk upon which Infants will grow strong, hnn.lt.hv and vigorous. The best food for Invalids, 4kjnvalesoents, Dyspep tics and the Agted. Our book for the instruction of mothers. The Care and Feeding 1 of Infants," will be mailed free to any address upon request. DO LIBER-GOO DALE CO., Boston, Mass. . . right. C. H. Bennett & Son is leather, sizes 11 to 2, 49c, 69c, all solid leather, 6 to 11, 39c, 3 SANDY HOOK. WE DO- and Hardware,- COXN. mediealldepartment of Yale university, and baa practiced in the New York hos pital, has permanently located in Hotch kissville and has his office over the Hotchkissville Cash store. He comes highly recommended. R0XBURY. Extra copies of last week's Bee can still be had at the stores of Messrs Preston and Joyce. In isew Haven County. SOUTHBSITAIN. All the schools in town have com menced. They are taught as follows: Miss Lum of Stevenson in No. 1, Miss Curtiss of South Britain in No. 2, Miss Shelton of Woodbury in No. 3, Miss Jack son of Brook field in No. 5, Miss Gates of Lyrchburg, Vt., in No. 6, Miss Ward of urookneid in JNo. 7,MissMurlbutof Kox- bury in No. 8, Miss Treat of Bridge water in JNo. ). Rev David F. Pierce is improving but gains very slowly. P0INTEES FOfi HOUSEKEEPERS. Bargains in rice, Ave pounds for 25c at E. F Hawley's. Good empty molasses hogsheads for sale at E. F. Hawley's. New lall'line ol dress goods, ginghams.etc, at E. F. Hawley's. Don't tail to read E.F. Hawley's "ad," this week, and see what he has to say about bats anu caps. Catarrh Cannot be Cured with local applications, as they cannot reach the seat ol the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh cure Is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucus surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. ii was prescnDea Dy one oi tne best pnyst clans in this country for years, and is a reeu- lar prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous sur faces. The perfect combination ol the two in gredients is wnat produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send lor testi monials, lree. F.J.CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O Sold by druggists, price 75c. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. AttentioRT MRAGAN'S RELIABLE SCHOOL SHOES excel in style, quality, fit and price. Children's School Shoes, 50c. Boys' School Shoes, 68c. Misses' School Shoes, 73c. Bring in your Children's feet and let us cover them with a pair of neat and durable Shoes at about your own price. Our bargain tables are loaded with bargains in Ladies' and Men's Shoes and Oxfords. All goods warranted as represented. Goods exchanged. Money refunded. JOHN M. DARAGAN, 416 MAIN STREET, Bridgeport, Conn "itt A NT ED To secure a situation to do I W housework. Address, F., Car Of Thb Bkb office, Newtown, Conn. . .. - , THE D. M. BEAD COMPANY BRIDGEPORT, - CONN. THE FIKST ftTIN! The autumnal fashions have already burst upon us and our store keep a little ahead of the highly novel and uselul on centers of the world. ATEST FEENCH AND GERMAN NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS, SILKS AND VELVETS, BLANKETS AT LOWEST PRICES, NEW STYLE CALICO WRAPPERS, FALL WEIGHT UNDERWEAR, LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, BABIES' OUTFITS COMPLETE, IMP DRESS TRIMMINGS, LADIES' CORSETS, NEWEST STYLES, NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY, ETC., CROCKERY, SILVER AND GLASS, KITCHEN FURNISHINGS OF ALL KINDS. NEW FALL CARPETS, CHENILLE AND LACE CURTAINS, CLOAKS.CAPES AND SUITS, D.M.READ COMPANY, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. THE TWO DOLLAR, TWO FIFTY " AND THREE DOLLAR SHOES AT ONE DOLLAR THIRTY-SEVEN. Eight thousand pairs high-class shoes, entire surplus stock of the Be d ford Shoe Manufactur ing Co-, of Boston, are on sale at our store at half price. We bought the stock at 50 cents on the dollar. 384 MAIN STREET, DANBURY FAIR, OCTOBER 1 to , 1894:. BICYCLE raees Tuesday; Trotting each aue rtAodinf dar. All Sneed entries close SeDtem- ber 24. Send for Premium List- G. H. EUBDLE, Secretary- "1TTANTED Fat calves. Address W. ii. BROWN, P. O. Box 372, Bethel, Conn. FIK DRESSMAKING Apply to MRS C. W. WIXSOM.ontheEliBarnuinFarm, Taun ton District, Newtown, Ct. FOR SALE Two car loads ol western Hor ses will be offered tor sale on Saturday, September 15, at the Grand Central Stables, M. QUE ALEY, Xewtown, Conn. FOR SALE Strawberry Plants. (JUAKLfc-s F. BEARDSLEY, Newtown, Conn. ERSEY BULL Don't forget that I have as srood a one as stands in Fairneld county. Service fee reduced to 50 and 75 cents. C. B. JOHNSON, South Center District. WANTED A flock: ot 10 or more good South down or Shropshire ewes,must be young, good sized and price reasonable; also a good ram oi tue same ureeu, uuc ywt ui mmc um. Address stating age, size and price. BOX 45, Bethlehem, Ct. WANTED Shoats that will weigh rrom 75 to 150 pounds; also lat calves, will pay the highest market price, cash. All post als will receive prompt attention. A. R. BRIS COE, Bethel, Conn. NOTICE The selectmen ot Monroe will meet at the town hall, Monday, Septem ber 17, 1894, Irom 10 a. m., till p. in., lor the urpose ot passing diiis. au peiwiu uviuk ilia train at the town are requested to hand tham in on or before this date. Dated, Sen tember 12, 1894.-S. B. HAYES, W. R. FERRIS, ANUKKW s. bukk, selectmen. CAUCUS The Democrats ot Monroe are re, quested to meet at Leavenworth's hall mnav. saturaav. oememoer ia. u i lock, p. m., for the purpose ot appointing ftrntAH to the several conventions, viz.. State, congressional, county, senatorial ajid probate. Monroe, oepiemoer ii, its., per or der, TOWN COMMITTEE. ITT ANTED To rent a milk tarm with stock VV and tools, near church and railroad. Ad dress with particulars T. Box 131, New Pres ton, conn. 4 PROTESTANT AMERICAN WIDOW De A sires position as housekeeper or to assist with the housework, or to care for an invalid. No nhiection to the countrv. Can rurnisn best ot re fere rices. Address with particulars, BOX Oal, Mermen, uonn. NOTICE: I will be in Newtown on Monday, September 17, with a car load ot calves and catue tor saie. i. u. Btuw. SITUATION WANTED Farmer, married, competent in gardening, understands horses, cows, and poultry. Wite, good cook. Can furnish first class reference from last em ployer. Address, HENRI , Newtown conn CARD OF THANKS Dr K. N. and Mrs R. K. Betts wish to extend their heart felt thanks to neighbors and friends for their kindness and gympainy snown loinem during tne sick. ness ana aeaiu oi ur j. a. jeus. NOTICE I will be at tbe Brick building, on Saturday, September 15. and every Satur day thereafter till further notice, to receive taxes. ROBERT A. clark, collector, New town, Conn. TTOR SALE About six cords ot good stove r wood. MRS LOCK WOOD SHEPARD, Newtown, Conn. AUCTION SALE The undersigned will sell at DUblic a"uction. Frldav and Saturday. September 21 and 23. 1894, at his residence one mile west ot Huntington Center, oommence ing at 9 o'clock a. m., all his household turni ture ot every description ; also farming uten sels, two seated top wagon, top business wagon, concord wagon, one young cow, good driving mare, harness, etc. J. F. Beeves, I Huntington, conn. . ; , "POUS ALE Road horse, two carriages, two A narnesses ; aiso pony ana oumi, cueap Apply evenings at Dick's Hotel. which tries always to styles, contains many hints from the fash- BRIDGEPORT- CONN WAGONS. CARRIAGES. Come and see the Wagons and Buggies we have on hand. Popular prices and quick: sales. Sow is the time to buy. D- G- BEERS & CO., Newtown, Conn- REWARD. I will give One Ilundred Dollars tor evidence sufficient to convict the person having knowledge regarding tbe loss ot an eye in my thoroughbred filly sired by liamo, he by Jerome Eddy, record 2.16 1-2, Dam, Jennie West by AUie West, record 2 25. R. C. TOUSET, Long Hill. TTAY FOR SALE Apply to CHARLES HAW. LEY, Sandy Hook, Conn. FRESH FISH Every Thursday and Friday at J. H. BLACKMAN'3 MARKET, New- town. Conn. L'uk oALJi scotcn come Puppies ver rv promising, mother bred bv Hon Levi P. Morton. Enquire ot S. W. SMITH, at the Brick House, Monroe, Conn. "V'OTICE Cash paid tor apples, suitable for 1 evaporating, will take the early drop and windfalls, Call on or write to A. L. & L. V. SLADE, Stepney, Conn. BEING FULLY EQUIPPED With a 40 horse power portable engine, we are now pre pared to take contracts for Sawing Ties and Timber in the woods. Money e&nnot buy a better outfit. BEARD BROTHERS, Shelton, Conn. F)R SALE A farm of about 70 acres ot aa good land as there is in the town of Xew town. Said farm is in Palestine district and known as tbe Bradley Briscoe tarm and must be sold to close an estate. For terms enquire of WILLIAM II. UOY.96 Adams street, Bridge port, Conn. FIR SALE 300 ferretts, ELITE FERRETT KENNELLS, Stepney, Conn. Livery Stable For Sale. Doing good business: started In Rea son for selling, ill health. I can show a large business and good results. To the right man the inducement is an exceptional one. Don't wait until it is too late. Ftxrls. O ty JSta.'bles, Kossuth SU, Bridgeport, Conn. - MONROE TAXES. Notice Is hereby given to tfco taxnavers of the town ot Monroe, that the collector will meet them to receive the taxes on the list ot 183$ ot said town ot Monroe as follows: I will be at Burr Hawley's store bom 9 until 12 and at Stephen French's store from 1 until 4, Sept. 18; at Marshall Beach's store from 9 until li and at my house from 1 until 4. September 19, 1894. WARREN W. BLISS, Collector, Monroe, Ct., August 48, 184. - FR SALK Two male Spaniel puppies, sev en month old, price, 5 each. B. F. BENT- LEY, Shelton, Ct-, residence. Wells' Hollow. TXR SALE OR EXCHANGE For city or L villaire Dronertv farm ot about one ha dred acres situated in the town ot Bedding about one-quarter mile east ot Bedding Ridge, Conn., tor particulars inquire ot GEORGE SHERMAN, near the premises, or address H. B. BRADLEY, West port. Conn. P)R SALE. My bouse, barn, and Five acres ot good land locatedin Hnntingtown dis trict. MBS MARSHALL SEARS. Botsford. CU TVI Lf electors of the town ol Newtown, are re quested to meet at the Town Hall in said Newtown on Saturday evening, September 15, 1894 ,at 7.10 p. m, for the purpose of appoint ing delegates to the state, congressional, county and senatorial conventions and doing any other proper business. EDWARD TBOl , chairman democratic town committee.