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The Newtown Bee
rtlSAT, MARCH 8, 1898.
jahdary s. 1888. ...
Last week
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Talk of the Town.
For cloaks, millinery and fancy Roods
don t rorent to call at cue store or stern
Harris, 186 Mala street, Danbury.
David Christie M urray, the distinguish
ed English orator and novelist, la booked
lor Newtown on March 2S. He ia every
where accredited with being the most el
oquent speaker on the lecture platform
to-day. The committee in charge of the
Newtown entertainment course have
cored their greatest success of the fea
son in rilling an open date with this tal
ented and charming speaker.
Mr Murray made his tirat appearance
before a United States audience at Bos.
ton and no public speaker has ever elic
Ited more enthusiastic comments from the
Boston press.
The Boston Herald says: "Anything
o spontaneous, so many-sided, so rich In
moods and oratorical powers, has not
been heard in Boston In many years. For
bis running lire of wit, eloquence and
Datho his delighted listeners gave him
back a running ttre of laughter and ap
plause." The Boston Globe says : "He was ro
mantic, eloquent and passionate by
turns. His speech flawed like a stream
and his humor dubbled up spontaneous
ly. He drew forth In rapid succession
wit, humor, tragedy, sarcasm and story,
whl.'h he spread before his audience in
the most tempting style. He moved his
audience to tears and laughter, thrilling
them with his magnetic power."
This Is sure to prove the richest treat
of the season's course, and few would
stay at home on the evening of March 28
If they were fully aware what, a reputa
tion Mr Murray has as an orator, a ra
conteur and an elocutionist.
The Tu"kegee jubilee singers are to
give a concert at the Town hall, thi
(Friday) evening, and an arfactive and
enjoyable evening Is a'ured for all who
attend. The Danbury News, in p pen king
Of their recent appearance there, say:
"The quartet sang without nccninpanl
ment, explaining to Hev Mr Pierce that
their fathers sang without either piano or
organ, and they preferred to do the same.
They tang the old time negro melodies,
but not the songs that are usually sung
by jubilee companies, and none of the
songs they rendered, while they were
distinctively negro songs, had ever been
heard here before Their singing was
excellent and highly pleaing to the ap
preciative li-teners, rich in melody and
correct in time and harmony, and they
were heartily applauded "
It Is thought by some that it is time to
commence preparations for a summer en
tertainment for the support, of our public
library and avoid so much labor during
the exTeine tot went he', and it is
thought best that those ho will help
carry forward this g""d woik meet at
the Library room, Tue'day afternoon,
March 12, at :i .'til, to talk over the matter
and see m hat can be done, ltemember
this Is the only wav the library can cx
let, and do we wish to be without It?
The death of Mrs C II. Shepsrd oc
curred In New liaven on Sunday, at the
age of 60 years. She bad been in poor
health for some years, but had been seri
ously 111 for about a month. Mr and Mrs
Sheoard moved to New Haven about a
year ago from Sandy Hook. The re
mains were brought to Newtown, Tues
day, on th 10 47 a. m. train from New
Haven, kev Mr Gilbert conducted the
service at the grave.
The Men's Literary and S cial Club of
Newtown Street had a full turnout, at
Us meeting at Dick's hotel, Tuesday
evening, F S. Andrews and Arthur S.
Hawley being the hosts of the evening.
The esaylc was R. H. Beers, his f uo
Hct ' Our great strikes," which was f al
lowed by an animated dlcusslon. The
Annual meeting will come in April It
has been decided to have a ladles' nifeht
In May, and a committee of three has
ben appointed to arrange a program lot
the occasion.
Robert Dutcber has tuflklontly recov
ered to resume hi place at the desk, this
week. An attack of grip, contracted
while on a visit with hi' parents at Meri
den, has handled him roughly, like many
others during the past few weeks.
Buy crushed oyster shells to make
yoor hpns lay ; only $1 for 100 pound
bag, at E. F. Hawley's.
The New York E it conference com
mences Its next annual session In Stam
ford, April 3, Bishop Warren presiding.
There are about 300 ministers who as
semble at this conference and there are
34 conferences of the Methodist Episco
pal church In the United States.
We were surprised to learn of the loss
of the Method Nt parsonage by lire, last
week In Est Village. The sympathy ol
the friends In Sandy Hook Is extended to
them Id their trial and loss.
The friends of J. H. Warner are pleas
ed to know that he is able to be back at
his accustomed place of business, once
Austin Warner from Vicksburg, Miss.,
Is expf cted In town on Saturday of this
week, and during his stay he will be the
guest of his brother, J. II. Warner, at
Sandy Hook.
Lawyer W. II. O'Hara from Bridge
pore passed Sunday In town as a guest tt
Taylor s notei at bandy liooK.
Michael Carmody bas resigned hU po.
sltlon with the Rubber ompanr, to ac
cept a position elsewhere.
L. P. Blssel' a large dealer In tobao
co, was a guest at Taylor's hotel, during
the latter p;trt of last wecR.
Don't fall to read E. F. Hawley's ad
vertlsemenr, this week, is you want to
know where to buy the best styles in
hats, caps and neckwear.
A fw of those beautiful pictures left
that E. F. Ilnwley is giving away on hi-
$10 cash card, or soli at 60 cents each
Edwrd Taylor ol Sandy-Hook has
b.'en stllicted with a hard cold, this week,
which has kept him in the bouse.
The K'ckspoo Indian doctor's show
and his remedies seem to have struck
popular chord down at Costcllo's ht.l at
the Hook, for good audiences are present
every night and quite a deal of the rem
edies are carried away.
The subject lor David Christie Mur -
ray's lecture, In Newtown on March 28,
has been selected by Major Pond, and
will he "A Novelist's Note-Book." It is
one of his most fruitful themes In deal -
ing-with human nature. The Boston gam nis neaitn.
Post says : "The hour and a half that he But now he is back la his office, vigor
occupied to pour forth his rich flood of ous and hearty. He regards Dr David
wit, philosophy, anecdote, Imitation and
word painting, glided away as if by
magic to the cultivated company present.
Mr Murray has a most attractive pres-
ence, a voice attuned to every phase ol
the emotions, and a graphic and eloquent
style ol speech that is most persuasive.
Mrs L. Durant has been very sick with
tne grip.
W. H. Ferry has had the misfortune to
loose three sheep by drowning.
Mr and Mrs Andrews are visiting
rriends in Danbury.
Edward Lvon bas moved into the house
belonging to O. C. Taylor In Dodging.
Mrs J. P. Barnum is visiting friends in
Stamiord and INew l ore.
Leroy Barnum is threatened with
Mrs II. W. Bradley is on the sick list.
Mrs Munson Clark is caring for her
"Nutritone," the new food lor cattle.
horses, sheep, swine, etc., which A. B.
Fancher ol Hawley ville is Introducing in
this Reetton, is not a medicine but a nu
trient tonic composed of the roots and
herbs that nature provides. It is endors
ed by nany ol the largest stock men and
veterinarians in the country; two pound
boxes 50 cent", five pound boxes $1.
Mr and Mrs M. O. Gregory ol Bridge
port have been spending the past two
weeks with Mr and Mrs A. is
ol Hawleyville. Mr Gregory
to the city, Tuesday, leaving
his wife,
who will stay a while longer.
Mrs Thomas Leavy
has a brood of
young chickens.
Miss Maggie Colgan ol Bridgeport has
been a guest ol Mrs Lang.
Edward Egan had a visit from his
nephew, Eddie O'Brien ol Bridgeport,
John Leavy, son ol Maurice Leavy, was
on the sick list, last week. Dr Richard
son attended him.
Mis Annie Garrity is in Bridgeport,
this week, at her nephew's, Dr James
Miss Florence Warner, who has been
passing two weeks at home on account
of a case of scarlet fever which broke
out in St Margaret's school at Waterbury,
expects to return to the school on Mon
Edward Piatt of Bridgeport will occu
py the Lemuel Camp place, where Ho
bart Hawley now resides.
L. G. Norton is shortly
to remove to
New Haven.
Mrs E. L. Johnson returned, last week,
from a sojourn of five or six weeks at
Stock budge.
Mrs C. A. Schermerhorn returned to
Bristol, last Saturday.
Dca Andrew Moore ol Taunton district
U building an addition to his house.
Martin Kelly is to change his residence
from the batilurd place at the foot of the
titieet to handy llmik.
With his characteristic energy, Land
lord Leonard is making improvements at
his hotel, changing aud improving the
kitchen apartments. He has bad an of
fice titled up for his insurance business.
Hugh Lynch has engaged to work for
E. M. Peck for the summer.
While C. S. Curtis was drawing wood
out of the swamp, one day last week, a
trio of hounds passed near where ne was
at work. They went a short distance
and began barking. Mr Curtis left his
work, went to see the cause or tne noise,
and found a gray fox up In a tree. He
tried various ways to gee the lox Irom
his resting place. As a last resort he
began to cut down tne tree, as tne tree
began to bend the lox gave a leap to the
ground, the dogs took chase, no one
knows how far, but on their return home
showed unmistakable signs ol having an
encounter with some animal, being very
tired and covered with blood.
Henry Barnum has been cutting wood
lor Miss Marcla Taylor, Hobart Fairchild
with bis team drawing it to the door.
Daolel Piatt
is working lor Hobait
Mrs A. B. Fancher and son, Willie,
who have been having the grip, are im
proving. Matthew Colgan is visiting his niece,
Mrs T. A. McGrowen cl Watertown.
Miss Mary Blake ol Danbury is home
on a visit.
Mrs Henry Lang is sick with a cold.
Father Fox is spending a lew days at
Burlington, Vt., this week.
A new store and a clean new stock is
what they have at the Cole & Ellis Co's,
new store at 390 Main street, Bridgeport.
Thev have an immense stock to choose
from and pay special attention to out of
town trade. If you anticipate painting
this spring don't fall to consult tnem re
rardine their . readv mixed paints
Samples of papers cheerfully sent by
mail on application.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel salve cured J.
G. Gorrell ol the worst case ol eczema
ever known in the state ol Indiana. It
cures scalds, burns, indolent sores and
never fails to cure piles. E. F. Hawley,
Newtown, S. C. Bull, Handy Hook; A.
B. Blakeman, Botsford.
Mealine soap cn es chapped hacd?.
A small audience was present at the
To vn hall. Tuesday evening, at the lec
ture given by Miss Yates, who appeared
under the ausolces or r nntatucK urange
Miss Yafs has been heard in Newtown
before and handled her subject, "As it
wa," In a bright and Interesting manner
Don't neglect that cough, it leads to
consumption. One Minute Cough Cure
possesses a double virtue. It cures and
cuies quickly. E. F- Hawlev,Ne,wtown ;
S. C. Bull, 8-tndy Hook; A. B. Blake
man, Botsford.
W. B. Banker and family left, Satur
day, to attend thd golden wedding of his
father at Crawford, N. J., on Monday
Mr Banker returned Wednesday. Mrs
Banker and children remain for a longer
stay with her mother a Nyack, N. Y.
Gardner Stockel, of the Grand Central,
has his hot beds nicely started, and ex-
No one would think to look at Richard
, B. Brown, a commission merchant, of
' No. 300 Washington streer, New York
ity, tnat lor six weeKs ne naa sunjrea
' in agonv in his bed and tbat pnyslcians
, had said it was impossible lor him to re-
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy as the
savior of his life. Mr Brown's story is
' remarkable.
uFor 8everal year?," said Mr Brown
to a reporter the other day, "I suffered
from inflammation and ulceration ol the
bladder, a most stubborn disease. My
family physician was unable to relieve
me. At the advice ol Iriends I consumed
specialists, and they all failed to do me
any good. All this time I was growing
worse, and at last I was compelled to
take to my bed.
"My mother-in-law had heard ol Dr
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, and she
asked me to give it a trial. I had been
confined to my bed lor five weeks and I
admit that I didn't think there was much
chance ol getting out ol it. Well, I tried
Favorite Remedy. There seemed to be
a change that surprised me. In a week
I was able to get out ol bed and go around
the house, and in a short time I recov
ered completely. To-day I'm as well as
ever and what's better yet I leel that I
am permanently cured. I can work six
teen hours a dav now, and not be broken
up a bit. To Dr Kennedy's Favorite
Remedy is all the credit due."
Favorite Remedy ranks, with the med
ical prolession, as the most perfect of all
blood and nerve medicines. It restores
the liver to a healthy condition, and
cures the worst cases of constipation.
It is a certain cure for all diseases pecu
liar to lemales, and affords great pro
tection from attacks that originates in
change ol life. It cures scrofula, salt
rheum, rheumatism, dyspepsia, all kid
ney, bladder and urinary diseases, grav
el, diabetes ard tsright's disease.
In this last disease it has cured where
all else failed. Any druggist can sup
ply it.
pects to have a better garden even
ne had last year.
A gentleman ol this county who has
excellent judgement, remarked to us the
other day that he knew ol no pill so good
for constipation, dyspepsia and liver
complaint a De Witt's Little Early Ris
ers. Edgar F. Hawley, Newtown ; S. C.
Bull, Study Hook: A. B. Blakeman,
The Tuesday evening meeting at the
Congregational church, next week, will
be conducted by M. C. Rodgers.
Mrs E. H. Mitchell is spending a few
days with friends in the Purchase.
It is not often that any one branch of
business becomes as popular outside of
its own city as Brennan's restaurant, 26
and 28 Cannon street, Bridgeport. New
town residents are much pleased at the
attention and service given them at this
well known establishment.
soap removes roughness of
the skin.
Headache is the direct result of indiges
tion and stomach disorders. Remedy
these by using De Witt's Little Early Ris
ers, and vour headache disappears. The
Favorite little pills everywhere. E. F.
Hawley, JNewtown; . j. Hull, Handy
Hook; A. B. Blakeman, Botsford.
W hen in Danbury I get dinner at the
Pratt House, 20 Elm street. Why? Be
cause they conduct a first-class restau
rant, nice and clean.
In these days of telephone, telegraph.
electricity and steam, people cannot af
ford to wait days or as many hours for
relief. Ihis is our reason for onering
One Minute Cough cure. Neither days,
nor hours, nor even minutes elapse before
relief is afforded. Edgar F. Hawley,
Newtown; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A.
B. Blakeman, Botsford.
Litchfield County News.
Mi-s Hattie Leavenworth closed a suc
cessful school term in Bethlehem Center,
ast week.
Edward Tracy has a nw horse, pur-
Chased of Wateroury parties.
Keuben JSdwards has delivered 7UO
bushels of potatoes to parties in Ansonia
and there's more to follow.
Mrs C. R. Leavenworth and niece were
in Middlebury, Ft , "ay.
V . a. Leavenwon, s beat man, James
Kelly, says he is mat ng over three cans
tit milk daily and it is pronounced the
best in quality ol any delivered at the
One ol the oldest men in this section is
Seymour Patterson, who celebrated his
dlst birthday on January 14. Mr Patter
son enjoys very comfortable health, this
winter and is able to take short waits
out of doors on pleasant days. He lives
with bis son, Abijah Li. Patterson.
Mr and Mrs David Piatt from Marble-
dale spent last week Tuesday in town as
guests ol Mr and Mrs James Wheaton.
Charles Peck, who has been caring lor
the creamery here, has gone to Danbury
to live, where he. has purchased the
Canaan creamery. His many friends
wish him much success in the new ven
ture. Mr Lee has been fortunate in se
curing Peter A. Agnew to take his place
at the creamery here.
W. F. Trowbridge has recently pur
chased a pair ol three-year-old Herlord
steers Irom JN. I . tfeardsiey. iney are
very handsome creatures and he also bas
a pair purchased at the same place, last
rail, that are equally as good.
Ab!jah L. Patterson recently purchas
ed a fine pair ol three-year-old lull
blooded Devon steers ol John Wells ol
Northville. The steers were lormerly
calves belonging to Mr Patterson, which
he sold.
Miss Nellie Ford and Miss Florence
Piatt have been passing a week as the
guests or Mrs Camp at the Center.
W. A. Sanford ol magic purse lame
has been kept very busy this winter
making the purses and has had a larger
trade than usual, during the winter sea
son. Another bright little novelty he
has brought out is a small match case
made ol leather and so arranged that in
withdrawing a match Irom the case it
strikes fire.. It is a neat and ingenious
little affair and no mistake.
Edward Peters has suffered a shock ol
paralysis. '-- - .--....-..-..
Mrs Ambrose H. Wilsey returned
home on Monday, having been lor two
weeks with the family ol Frank IS. Jud
son in Woodbury.
W. B. Mansfield is not the owner ol
the goose that laid the golden egg but
he has got a goose that has broken all
previous records in laying large eggs.
One ol her recent efforts measured in
length five and onejfourth Inches and in
circumferance was 12 inches the long way
ol the egg and nine inches in circum
ferance around the center of the egg. It
weighed three fourths ol a pound. This
Is not a fish story but an egg story and
it's true, lor the scribe saw and measured
the egg.
Harry Warner, who has been sick, has
A number about hers are sick with colds
and grip.
Mrs Darius Bristol ol Marbledale, with
Friday, March 8, 1895,
The Howland. Gow. Stark
Bridgeport, Conn,
New silks and dress goods
are comine every day now,
This process will go on till
uuying lime is uvu agam.
Nobody ' knows when is the
best time to see. Now is the
time to see what we have
chosen to begin with.
Taffetas in
Changeable Colors,
In Stripes,
Chene, -Pointllle,
and Flowered Effects.
Gros de Londres
Tafleta Plisse
Damascene Novelties
. Brocaded Taftetas
Printed Indlas &o.
Creponslnnew cr ink lings,
Crepons ol the goat's-hair variety,
. Light-weight Woolens,
Modest Tailor Suitings,
Closely Twilled Woolens,
Tweeds and Cheviots, ol course,
Plain Weaves, of course.
In sending for samples state
about the price you wish to
pay, for what purpose goods
are to be used, and about the
colors desired, ; ...
Sheridan's Memoirs in ?
volumes of 500 pages each;
and our price for the two one
dollar. This is the same
work that was sold so largely
by subscription at 7; same
paper, same print, same bind
ing. Less than 500 sets to
sell at this price, and no more
to be got.
Have you been through the
Midway lately? Someone has
christened the place between
the front and rear basement
the Midway. Many new and
beautiful things are there.
cat glass in latest designs
lamps and clocks
silverware and carving sets
Wedgewood and other wares
Japanese porcelain, &c.
Fifty Japanese
some of them gold
ered, in the Midway
thirds prices.
$5.00, regular $S 60
4.00, regular price
8 00, regular price
2.50, regular price
2.25, regular price
1.25, regular price
Bicycles are close by,
the wav, we have sold
bicycles so far than our
best guess beforehand.
it s to easy sell (olumbias and
Hartfords always was easy.
Howland, Gow, Stark
Main and (n'rvifr'Mt Agents tor
Cannon K,Ompany, Butterick's
streets. Patterns.
her three children, have been guests ol
Mrs H. A. Cantleld.
Mrs Jane Eddy, who bas been in New
Milford lor a lew days, has returned to
Mrs Fred Warner's.
Mr and Mrs Charles Kellogg ol Bridge
port have visited their parents, Mr and
Mrs O. L. Hamlin on Pumpkin Hill.
Mrs Zelos Shove has been guest ol 1 e
son's lamily, Mr and Mrs Frank Shove.
In New Haven County.
south: beitain.
Miss Ambler bas a friend with her for
a lew days' sojourn.
Mrs Jane Jfi.. Piatt Das sorar recoverea
from her recent illness as to be visiting
With her children in the village.
fialph Pierce drives a new horse.
Burton H. Canfield was home over
Sunday. -
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Live Farm Topics .
A man would be considered crazy if
he required power from an engine which
needed 40 pounds of steam to furnish it
and he supplied only enough coal to get
35 pounds pressure on the boiler. He
could use tons and tons ol coal during
the winteV it he shoveled in only enough
to keep the pressure at 35 pounds, and
he would have nothing but ashes and a
worn out boiler to show for his time and
coal. Now substitute the word cows lor
boiler and leed lor coal and see how it
reads, it would be something like this:
A man has a cow which needs . fifteen
pounds ol lood per day to keep her alive,
and lor every pound above that she
would give three pounds ol milk. If he
gives her only 15 pounds a day he could
keep her all winter and in the spring a
heap ol manure is all there is lor bis leed
and work, while il' he should leed her
20 pounds or more a day be would get
enousrh milk to Dav lor the feed ard a
profit besides. There are thousands and
thousands of dairymen who are working
upon the plan ol the man with the engine.
They give their cows only enough leed
to keep them alive, or if they do give
them any more it is not enough to get
the most out ol them. Not more than
one-tenth ol the cows in this country
produce as much as tbey are capable of
doing or give as much profit as they
might,- and it is only because of the lack
ol a little more feed. Four cows will eat
what five ordinarily get and give as
much or more milk than the five did for
this fourth extra of leed. Here Is a sav
ing ol one cow and the work necessary
to care lor her. As a rule dairymen
would find it more profitable to leed
their cows 25 per cent, more or to de
crease the size ol their herd 20 per cent
and feed the same amount of lood to the
balance. Practical Dairyman.
The body temperature of ..a cow is
about 98 degrees and this degree of heat
must be maintained at all times by the
simple process ol combustion of the food
eaten. II the surrounding air is cold it
takes more lood to keep the heat ol the
body at .98 degrees and conversely il the
air is warm it takes lees food to keep up
I. i mU
In speaking aout Hats we wish to say that
the best factories In the country are unequaled,
direct from the manufacturers. Our new line
blocks and are the correct shapes of Youman, Dunlap, Miller, Sherman and Harrington
styles, in black, brown and London brown. We are determined to keep up the standard
qnality of the different lines, and yon are guaranteed the best hats in the market tor
$1.25, $1.45, $1.90, $2.40, $2.90 AND $3.50
Any bat that proves unsatisfactory we will
amine our $2 40 hats you will find them the equal of any $3 hat in the city, and are aa wel 1
trimmed as the best. To give our patrons the
has been in the past our highest aim, and the
ly attests the success we have met, and confidence reposed in us by the army ol customers
we serve. We still continue with the same
ways ahead. .
now on our counters and are ready for sale.
Fancy and Negligee Shirts, laundered, at 50c, 75c, $1 and $1 25-
Oar special sale of heavy Suits, Overcoat and Ulsters continues while the
stock lasts-
A few Pants left at $2 and $3 50.
A few 33, 34 and 35 breast measure
$20 and $25 lines- We put them all in
39 Main Street, corner John street,
Formula A, for Potatoes, Corn
Formula 8, for Tobacco.
Formula C, (Superphosphate).
Formula E, Top Dressing and
Send for circulars and full
dollars for all farmers to give tnese goods careful investigation
the animal heat. Now the first use that
is made of the food eaten is to maintain
the animal heat and to sustain and re-1
place the wastes of the system ; the sur
plus oyer and above this is used for the
production of milk, the growth of bone
aod muscle, the laying on of fat or the
production of wool as the case may be
with our different animals. If an ani
mal's function is to give milk she cannot
give an abundant supply unless she has
a good surplus of food over that needed
to sustain ber body, and the more food
you give her up to her capacity to digest
and assimilate, the more milk she will
give. It is much cheaper to make the
stable warm by the use of to irds and pi
per and so help to keep the cows warm
in this way than to give the cows an ex
tra amount of food. Boards and paper
cost less than hay and grain and when
once put up they are there for years,
while the extra hay and grain must be
given three times a day. Practical
It paysto feed for eggs. So impor
tant is this great industry that the
Bradley Fertilizer Co., of Boston, Mass.,
with its unrivalled facilities, its ample
capital, its splendid reputation, founded
on two generations of honorable dealing,
has produced 'B adley's Superior Meat-
Meal' as a poultry food. Whatever the
Bradley Company undertakes to do is
done thoroughly and welL This well-
known, poultry food is composed of
beef, blood, anobones, carefully select
ed and scientifically prepared. Every
poultry keeper should test its merits.
We advise each one of our readers to
write at once for a pamphlet, entitled
'Feeding for eggs,' by A. F. Hunter, the
great authority on ; poultry matters.
This pamphlet contains information in
valuable to poultry raisers.
More than 50 bills have been referred
to the committee on temperance of the
Connecticut General Assembly. Nearly
all of these are intended to be restrictive
of the liquor trafne. There la to De a
public hearing on their general features
in the Hail of Representatives, Wednes
day, March 13, at 2 p. m. A call has
been Issued urging tne attenaance ui
friends of sobriety from all parts of the
state, signed by Rev Dr James, Hon C.
E. Gross, Bishop Tierney, Judge Ship
man, Kev J. H. Twichell of Hartford,
President Raymond and Prof Rice of
Wesleyan University and others. Able
speakers have been secured, and it is in
tended to make this a field day for tem
perance. ' - '
WTien Bacy was sick, wo gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
1YTAKELEE PLOWS Manufactured at Box
W burv. Conn If von want a new plo
this year bay the old reliable Bronson, strona
and durable, warranted to work in stony land
or clay soil, ah plows ana parts uepi at lub
lnarHnsr lm.rdwa.ra stores. We-make the best
kind ot roat scrapers, light to handle and
dai'aDie. we aiso man u.o n a&euij& ur
8outb bury plow and parts, same as was man
ufactured at Southbury. All parts carefully
fitted before leaving our shop. Old oast iron
taken In exchange for plows and parts
H & W BRONSON, Boxbnry, Conn.
TjlOE SALlil Or trade, one new buggy In first
A' class nrner. w 111 iraae ror cow or neiier.
J. A. JAMES, Hawleyville, Conn.
B SALE Or exchange tor larger farm. A
house, barn end 15 acres of land near Step
ney Depot. W. J.CANDEE, Stepney DepotCc.
THIS CERTIFIES That I was relieved ot a
tape worm 32 feet 4 Inches long including
the bead, on this date by the use of The K ick
apoo Indian Tap Worm Secret. 1 further
certify thlfilsthe fltth and only successful at
tempt w k iui wjriu nuu iiie ursb Liini ui
this menicine. tai&neuj i:&kl jol. iv,
Botsford Station, Conn. Witnesses (Signed)
KUwai-u xayior, miunaci J. Lyncn.
our fact ltles tor obtaining the production o t
and we eliminate the extra oost by buying
of Hats for spring comprises all the new
exchange. If yon will give a little time and ex -
best values in
velum 3 ot business we transact very flattering
objects In view and will say that we will be al.
were $3. $3.50, $5 and $6
suits have been left from $12, S15.S1S
at $7 25. Ask to see them.
Bridgeport, Ct
and General Use.
information. It will save many
As the days and the weeks and the
years go by CEKESOTA FLOUR
becomes more strongly and more fav
orably established in the homes of the
people of our town.
Knowing the remarkably high
grade of this flour when we introduced
it on th market; knowing its perfect
ly uniform qnality, its undoubted
strength, its "holding out" capacity
Knowing all these things we dia not
anticipate the popularity and splendid
sale that it commands io day- a sale
that has comparatively out sold all
other brands.
Will you try CEKESOTA next
time? We wouldn't ask you were we
not sure that the foregoing is true.
Please remember that CERESO-
PA is sold only by
R. H. BEERS & 00.
I r.nnrt. March 5. 1895.
RHfjitM ot HANNAH TROY late Of
Kewtown. In said district, deceased.
The court ot probate tor the district ot New-
from the date hereof tor the creditors of said
nstAtn tn exhibit their claims tor settlement.
Those who neglect to present their claims
properly attesieu, witnin huiu uuie, nui w
debarred a recovery. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to maae liumeui
ate payment to Edward Troy, administra
U Court, March 5, 1895. ,
late of Newtown ,in Baid District, deceased.
TIia A 4 ii I uti-u trtr havinflr exhibited his ad.
ministration account with said Estate to this
Court tor allowance, It is
Ordered That the Uth day of March,
A. r. 1K9R. at. a o'clock in the afternoon
at the Probate Office In Newtown
be, and the same Is. assigned for a hearing on
,ho .iinwaniiA nf aniii a.d ministration account.
with said estate, and this Court directs the
Administrator to cite all persons interested
tho-ain tn onnfup At. Hii.id time and place, by
publishing this order in some newspaper hav
ing a circulation In Bald District, a d by post
ing a copy on uie puunu ik" -ir-of
Newtown, where the deceased last dwelt.
nlSTBICT or JtEDDING, ss Probate Court
Estate ol KATE VAN DYKE PARKER, late
ot Bedding, In said district, aeoeaseu.
TTnrni tiiM ftnniii-.ntion tit Ira Jorolomen. ex
ecutor.praylng that an instrument purporting
to De tne last win anu ieuiuieufc ui w
ceased and the codical thereto may be proved
approved and aamitwa io rroDaie as per ap
plication on file more fully appears, it Is
nnntcRRn That, said annlication be heard
and determined at the Probate Office In said
Redding on the ih day ol Mar, 1895, at 2
o'clock in the alternoon, and the court di
rects that notice be given ol the
pendency of said application, and the time
and place of hearing thereon, by publishing
the same one time In some newspaper having
a circulation in said district, and by posting
a copy thereof on the public sign post In the
PUiloUABX IO an uruer uvui ,no wc.
Court, I wiU sell at publ'o auction on the
I .-fin nay o m.wu icsw. i a y-
. -. jti - ta-A no a All tho n.Bl
estate belonging to the estate ot Avis Nasb,
situated in Gray's Plain school district.
1ST ANTE l Ail to know that I am selling out
iewelrv. (clocks, silverware, etc.. at a dis
count ot from 10 to -26 per cent, previous to re
I . K nix BtvoAf It- fu ill nan ttii trt ill
vestigate- JOHN H. KEID, 118 Fairfield
avenue, Bridgeport, uonn.
& ti a nn Mrs .T. jr. ftahermerhorn wishes to
A return thanks to her friends for their
blnllllABI ud mrmnathv extended to her our
lng the Illness and death ot her beloved bus-
Dana. MWVU H IK.
The first glimpse of Spring and Summer Silks which has burst noon von
is a vision of loveliness A. price-wonder the very first thing.
Spring Kai Eai and Habutai silks, warranted to wash and to wear, Checks
and Stripes at 37 1-2 and 50c
Spring Printed India Silks. Cheney Bros- Famous Lines. 75 Btvles at 49c.
69c and 85c.
Printed Satin Stripe India Silks, 24 inches wide at 85c-
Cheney's Printed Brocades, 24 inches wide at $1.
Spring Taffeta Silks, stripes, checks, chene effects and basket plaids.
Newest designs at 75c, $1, 1.15 and $1 25.
French Crepons the beauty of the weaves.
Sea-Foam Crepons, Trianon crepons. Souffle crepons. Eock wool crepons.
Dimpled crepons, Crepe crepons, at 75c,
Special Sale of Tumblers and Glasses.
Lock at the price. 2 cents each- JBay your tumblers here and buy them sow
Just received another lot of Stamp plates
&sli Buyers !
For a good farm ot from 30 to 40 acres with
will do well to call or write.
R.eal Estate, 3EC.oia.ts and ZioauS
8 Sanford Building,
Come and see the Wagons and Bnegies we
have on hand. Popular prices anu quick
sales. Sow is the time to buy.
D- Q. BEERS & CO., Newtown, Conn-
PLANTS FOR SALE Strawberry plants, all
the o d and new varieties. Raspberry
plants all the best kinds. Blackberry plants
all the good kinds ana Eldorxda new. He
sure ana get my price ust oeiore oraennit
Plnnts shipped the same day as dug EDUAU
BUTTERY, Lock rox 126, Korwalk, Fairfield
county. Conn.
Readers ot The Bee will find on sale at
Kossuth St., Bridgeport, Ct-
A number of horses, snltable for farm or
road use which must be sold at once.
3No reasonable otter refused. Square
dealing. Money refunded. .
Swiss watch maker located one mile north
of Bouford Depot. All kinds of watches and
clocks repaired in the Dent manner possible.
Charges moderate. HENRI BuURQUENEZ,
SEED POTATOES Grown from the celebra
ted Aroostook ConnU's seed an-i warrant
ed true to name. Enrly Harvest, the earliest
grown.and New Queen n t far behind. Write
lor prices, jliwii a. ojixlci, w tivnuwui.
FIR SALE Good, young, sound driving
horse; will exchange for cow. JOE BUZ
ZER, Botstord, Ct.
FOR SAle 8lx tons of hav in barn on Broad
view Farm, Botslord Hill. HESRi BOCK-
QU1NEZ, Botstord.
TX)R SALE CHEAP Two mows ot hav in
X Darn on BoUlord Hill. G. F. BUNCOMBE,
first clas young beast C. B. JOHNSON,
South Center District, Newtown, Conn.
FIR SALE Seed potatoes. Ear'y Norther,
the Minister and Early Rose; raised irom
pure seed from Maine, last year. W. M. REY
NOLDS. Newtown, Ct.
ANTKD A good sow due to furrow in
March, state price. Address HOMER K.
CLARKE, Monroe, Ct.
PIGS FOR SaLE Several brood sows due to
farrow In March, April and May; lso sev
eral shoaU. JAMES A. RE ID, 66 Beaver St.
Bethel, Ct.
FOR SALE At Berkshire, one and a halt
miles from Sandy Hook, the place lately
owned by James Leavy, comprising three
acres of land with house and barn. Will be
sold at a bargain and on easy terms. For
further particulars, inquire at NEWTOWN
NOTICE I will be at Leonard's hotel yards
on Friday and Saturday, March 8 and 9,
and oiler for sale a car load of extra good
working oxen and good young cows. WAL
TER S. HINE, Derby, Conn.
TURKEY'S FOR, SALE Also one Chester
White Shoat S M. BK1NSMADE, Danial's
Farm, Trumbull, Conn --
TO RENT Farm, mill and cider mill, with
stock and tools it desired, and one half of
the bouse. Situated one half mile from Haw
levvllle Depot. Enquire oh the premises,
MRS R. S BLACKM AN, Hawleyville, Conn.
Everybody can afford to boy canned goods
they are so cbeap and nice, too; go to . F.
Hawley's and get his prices.
Morse Sarsaparllla, extract vanilla and
lemon are. the pnrest goods made, at E. F.
Hawley's. ,
R SAI E One patrol steers, coming five.
good workers. E. L.Goodaell.Newtown.Ct,
A. lurnisnea; on mi riensani one nan mile
west of Newtown street, with barn, garden
and small fruits In abundance. Finest sum
mer location in town. Large veranda. Ex-
tensive views, fine shade trees, etc Address
till April 1. D. C. PECK, Lake Placid, N. V., or
C. G. PECK, Newtown, Conn.
TIOR SALE Young new milch cows.
J: THORPE, Stepney, Ct
IX) ft A LB A litter of Ch sotrw white pivs.
1 TURNAY NO&THROIY 1-aleaUae, how
town, Ct. .
- COM.
SI. SI 25. 1.35 up to 2.75 yard.
at 10c each-
good bulldldgs ; anyone having such property
Bridgeport, Conn.
at mv stables every Wednesday to clip
horses. Charges f lJ per horse. C E. HAW.
LEV, Sandy Hook, Conn.
FOR SALE Good house and barns with 43
acres of pasture, meadow and wood land.
Situated one mile from Easton Center and
nine miles trora Bridgeport. Will be sold on
reasonable terms or exchange lor city pro
pert?. Write M RS N. B PATTISON, Sbelton,
Ct.. or call on GEORGE GUERNSEY, Easton,
FOR SALE A farm ot ISO acres with good
double house, out buildings and a m Ul
with water power. Price low and little
money required. Possession given any time.
Also a farm of 30 acres, with good buildings
and plenty of fruit. Both farms near Stepney
Depot. InquireotA PURDY. Stepney, Conn.
power portable engine, we are now pre
pared to take contracts for Sawing Ties and
Timber in the woods. Money cnnol buy a
better uutnt. BEARD BROTHERS, Shalton,
Conn. '
VTOTICE 1 will be at the Bnck onilding, on
il Saturday, September 15, and every Satur
day thereafter till turther notice, to receive
taxes, hours Itoipm. ROBERT A. CLARK.
Collector, Newtown, Conn.
BARBER SHOP Sear the residence ot
Tneodore Branson. Ladies' and chil
dn'a hair cutting a specialty. A. A. SMITH,
Watertown, Conn.
LKt, sanay uoot,uni.
HAT FOR SALE Can be seen at bam at C.
C.Warner place. J.H. WARNER, Sandy
FOR SALE Good honse and three barns,
with 88 acres ot eood pasture. mesdow and
woodland, situated in Bridgewater, Ct . about
two miles north ot Soutoviile. Will sell
cheap t" close an estate, tan inquire ot i.
A. Mini, ootn rsniHi", bmni. w
GEORGE MINOR. H P. Dowmes, txecutor.
141 Dwight St New Haven, CU
F)R SALE A tew young fresh cows and
forward springers; also a good pair ot
larrn horses, good workers and drivers, r . a.
FftliBIE, Brook field Center, Ct.
TO RENT Good large bouse, barn and 15
acres ot land In Roxnury Center. Inquire
ot Dr PONS, Boxbury, CU
F)R SALE 87 good sheep. Inquire of or ad
Conn. P. O. address Derby, Conn.
Main St., Newtown. CU
For particulars address K. E. MORGAN.
Bridgeport, CU, or C. H. PECK, Newtown. Ct
OTICE Renairs lor the Crown Ra-ge, lor
IM sale at C. K. OSBOR KS, Sooth bury, Ct.
NOTICE All claims In favor ot the late
George W. Botslord remaining nnsettled
after A pi 11 1. Ix9 will be put in an Attorney's
hands for collection. A. B BLAKEMAN, ad
ministrator. A DOMESTIC Sewing machine (draw, all
attaebments complete, not bntl tUensed,
in first class condition tor sale low by C. E.
OSBORNE. Stepney.
Five young cowa due to call in March or
3Furs and skins bought at the market
J. B.STILLSON, New Preatoa, Conn.
XR SALE Broadview Farm, one mile
r north oi Botsford depoU 90 acres excellent
land, deep soil, suitable tor vegetables, Irult,
etc., or dairy. Smooth meadows, lour acres
in rye, clover field; extensive orcbanls.
Grand building site lor gentleman's residence
or sum me- hotel; view unsurpassed, fine
room dwelling boase, a smai'er nonse wit&
tenant in, two large barns, out buildings,
stream .springs, four wells (JOHN II. CHAl
TEMS, BoUlord. Conn.
FARM FOR SALE Containing loo acres, sit
uated in the west parto! the town oi Trum
bull, 1 St miles from Long Hill depot on Berk
shire Division of New York, New Haven and
Hartford railroad, 1 mile from postoftlee, 8
miles from the city of Bridgeport, near school
and church, suitably divided into meadow
and pasture, well watered, large two-lory
house, two barns with abed containing SS
stalls, one ball box, other necessary buildings.
The farm bas been naed tor years for doard
ing gentlemen'slrivtng horses, summer and
w inter Would make agf oil milk farm. A d.
dress J. HOBART MALLETT. Long hill. CU
FtB SALS Seed potatoes, second alse, at SO
cents per busbul, grown Horn Vermont
weed, vie., Kampdu Esaty. arty
sra Cleveiao i. t na. "a" T f '.,
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