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The Newtown Bee The Largest Assortment of HARDWARE, FRIDAY, MARCH 15. 1895. OIltCULATlOM. Ever attained at any opening, Store and pronounce it the finest and best appointed Dry Goods Building in Connec ticut. Our Entire Stock and terribly low prices make a visit to our estab lishment the most pleasant shopping tour in your experience. It is conceded by all that no other concern in Con , necticut has ever approached our display or given half the value; or in other words 50c will buy as much here as 70c in other stores. Dress Goods. A gram! display ot Uie finest fabrics ever manufactured, and all are new. No old goods to otter. Wonderful Bargain tn H-in. Fancy Covert Cloth, at 75c yd. Very Choice English Suitings In checks and stripes, a love ly assortment, at only ttlo yd. Silk and Wool Novelty; a superb line Juut received from Paris, at Just 75o yd. A Bargain that will not last; M inch Cheviots in Checks and Sootch Mixtures, leading Spring Shades, A very desirable Cloth, and fashionable tor walking dresses. Only (19c yd. Phenomenal Value. Wool C re pons, Spring Shades Including even ing oolora. Only 60c yd. Ghallies. Latest Imported patterns, embracing select ed designs seen in no other store. Decided by many ladies the finest and choicest they ever saw. Useful Offering. 38-lnch AU Wool Suitings offered by neat less than they can be made. 2Uc yd. Rare Value In All Wool and Silk and Wool Dress Cioods. 40 Inches wide; newest colors. A cloth that will make a benutltul dress or salrt. Only i!9c yd. Black Goods. This stock will be the attraction of all Ladles, as we are determined to make it one ot the main features in our store. We offer the finest and prettiest line ot ltlack Crepons to be found, at SOc. Stylish and Pretty Black Crepons, a buautllul Cloth and a bar gain. Only 75o yd. Figured Novelties la Black. Five grades that are great samples of the manufacturer's art. Urade One, SOc yd Grade Two, 60c yd. Black and Blue U In. All Wool storm S rgos. Only 29o yd. Black Henriettas. Never in the Dry Goods history have you purchased Bilk finished all wool French Hen riettas at the prices quoted here. Quality One, 46-inch, at SOo. Quality Two, ) inch, at 7o. Silks. Lack ot room and lack of light In the old tore was a drawback to the display of Silks. In our New Quarters we have both, and shall sarry the finest stock to be found In any dry goods store In existence to-day. New, eboioe fabric arriving dally. Beautiful Taffetas, white ground and colored stripes, easily worth $1.80. We sell at $1.19 yd. Grand Display of rilsse Silks, At only $1.2 yd. Magnificent Taffetas with lovely Dresden figures. Only $1 yd. Very desirable Light figured Evening silks with Clunie et feels. Only $1 yd. Many Silk Novelties In the Handsomest design ever produced will be on sale Monday. Among these we show an All Silk Liberty Satin tabrio made In England, fast In color and washable. The nleeet Silk shown this year Waists. Only 69a yd. This is a great bargain. Black All Silk Brocaded Mascot, manufactured this year to retail at $1-25. Our price only $1. Laces. Our Laoa Department was always the pride ot New Haven, bnt In our new quarters It has been pronounced by the leading merchants ot New England (who thonght well enough ot ns to attend our opening) the finest and best ap. pointed department they ever saw. We shall continue to carry the finest Laces and the latest up-to-date Styles that can be procured, and assure yon the prloes will meet with your approval, as they are phenomenal ly low. E WEN 834 TO 840 CHAPEL STREET, GrRANDEST SUCCESS ! thousands upon thousands of All Silk lllack Medrla Lace, S inches, 37c yd. Flounce to match, 69c yd. 10-in All Silk Black Applique Lace, 6-inch width, 69c yd. 10-in. Flotnce to match, $1.19 yd. Black Silk Point Venise, Net Top, 7 in. width, tl yd. 11 In. flounce to match, $1.43. Hand Made Torchon Laces, 5c, 10c, 12c yd Embroidered Chiffon, 50 and 89c yd. Allovers to match, $2.50 yd. Upholstery Department Now we are coming to the very essence of perfection. We not only show you the finest room In the city, but the largest and choicest stock of Lace Curtains and Portieres to be found anywhere. Our success here has been our beautiful designs and our inimitable pric es. Below we give only a few that are of can. not be matched figures. 1,000 Pairs Lace Curtains at the following prices, which is about halt the regular price : Lot A 49o pair. Lot B 75c pair. Lot C $1 pair. Lot D $1.39 pair. Lot $1,711 pair. Lot F $2 50 pair. LotG $3.50 pair. Fish Net Curtains. The latest styles, 6 grades to choose from. Irish Point Curtains. Beginning at $1.98 and ending at $35. We show the most astonishing line you ever saw Cloak Room. Although not yet completed, we have superb assortment ot capes, skirts, silk and muslin waists. Also The finest line ot Tea Gowns that can be found. Also 500' Mackintoshes to choose from, one a bargain. Every 300 Dozen Light Weight Dress Shields, Sizes 1-2, 84 Regular price 15o, 18c, 25c and 30o pair. Our price, choice, 10c pair. Ladies' Underwear. Special prices last until goods are all sold. Ladles' Frosted Lisle Vests In Pink, Bine and Lavender. Only SOc each. Ladies' Fanoy Lisle Vests with (band Crochet Silk fronts. All choice colors. Magnificent quality. Only 64c Each. Ladies' Jersey Vests. A great bargain. 8 for SOc. Ladies' Jersey Vests. Regular price 22c. 2 for 25c. Hosiery Ladies' Black Lisle Thread Hose. Worth 39c, At S5o pair. One for the Boys. 100 dozen school hose (Black.) The best ever shown under 30c. While they last, 19c. Cottons. Housekeeping prices goods are all sold out. that last until the 20 Bales Brown Cotton at So yd, worth 25 per oent 25 Bales Brown Cotton at 6c yd. worth IS per cent 25 Pieces 9x4 Brown Sheeting 10 l-2c yd. 25 Pieces 9x4 Bleached Sheeting at 25c yd. ever sold. The best 15 Pieces. Bleached sheeting at 17o yd. A rare bargain. Table Damask. i- Offerings that occnr only once in a life time are quoted here. Comparison will ehow the values are simply wonderful. MCINTYRE & CO., people visit our Beautiful New 20 Pairs Brown and Bleached all linen table damask cheap at 65c, only 60c yd. 15 Pieces 72-inch bleached damask beautiful new pat terns. Regular price, $1, only 75c yd. Napkins. 100 dozen 5-8 all linen napkins at $1 doz. Crashes. 3 numbers under price, 5c, 8c and 10c yd. Glass Toweling. Specially cheap. 20-ln glass toweling worth 15c, at 10c yd. Hamburgs. Our prestige iln this line was always ao knowledged. We bought in very large quan tities and sold at a very small profit. Our new department contains the most Superb assortment of fine Hamburgs ever put on ex hibition. The bargains are without a parallel when quality is considered. 9 Inch Hamburg Flounces. Irish Point Effects. All the new Guipure and 25o yd. 5 Inch Widths. Same styles. 12 i 2c yd . Medria Sets in Swiss and Nainsook Embroiders, widths; Insertions and All -Overs to match From 15o to $1 yd. Medria 27x45 inch Flounces. From 50c to $2.25 yd. Handkerchiefs. l adies' Embroidered and Scalloped edge nandkerchlefs,40 different patterns. 12c each. Stamped Goods. Momie Tray Cloths; drawn work. 12c each. White Goods. Have Just received our Importations of White Goods. They must be seen to be ap preciated. No such designs, no such quality, no such prices to be found anywhere. We meon just what we say. Kindly look tor your selves. Prices range from 5c to 75c yd. Satines. Just a case of 40 pieces, same as sold at 12 l-2c going at 8c yd. Men's Furnishings. This Department Is the most complete in this city and with our New Goods and the Lowest to be found in Connecticut, we expect to sell to all the Men and Boys in Town. Values demand your attention. 100 Dozen Men's Black, Modes and Tan Half Hose, with vertical silk stripes. In Blue, White, Red and Black. These are SOc hose, but 29c a pair or $1.50 a dozen our price. 25 Dozen Men's English Web Suspenders, latest designs, finest buckles, leather ends to match, at SOc a pair just half their value. .. . 3 Cases Men's Spring Weight Merino, White, Natural and Camel's Hair Underwear. Going at SOc a garment. 59c Each. Men's Fancy Percale Laundered Negligee Shirts, collars and cuffs attached, specially se lected patterns. Only 59c each.: 200 Dozen Men's and Boy's Fine Unlaundered Shirts, made from New York Mills Cotton, full length, fine linen bosom, (set in) heavy back to bosom hand made button holes In front and back of neck band, and in wrist bands, continuous bands In sleeves and back; la also a perfect fitting shirt and a great bargain, at 69c each or 3.75 half dozen. Notions. 2,000 25c Pearl Hair Stick Pins, new. Only 10c each. Entirely Silver Belt Buckles that will not tarnish. Only 25c each. Cheap at 50o WritingPaper. Extra flee, In 25c boxes. Only 15c box. NEW HAVEN, COM. . 010 8200 I In Litchfield County. WASHINGTON. I GRANGE AFFAIRS. Lecturer W. F. Kilborn of Washing-ton Grange has outlined an interesting pro gram for the year. He has taken hold of ' the work of his office in earnest, and is , doing his share towards keeping of the ; interest. The program as outlined - for j tne oaiance oi tne year win oe as follows : March 13, potato cultures Best varieties, fertilization, cnltivation. : . inaren -a, unorister's nignt, anniversary. (Charter granted March 19, 1875 ) April 10. The Civil War : causes and results. Description ol principal events. May 8, Debate. Resolved. That the income tax is a step toward equalization ot taxation. June 12. My object in iolnine the Granite. Roll call, each. member expected to answer. July 10, The Declaration of Independence and summary ot the Revolutionary War. August i. jjeoate. unsolved, 'mat our success in lite depends more on our own ex ertions than upon circumstances oepiemoer ii, how to maae tarming pay in Washington. septemDeraa, v lsitor's night October 9, Harvest Festival. October 23, Ceres' night. November 13. Humorous readins and recita tion in response to roll call. November J27, The origin of Thanksgiving and how it was observecrln Colonial Days. December25 Election ot officers. January 8, 1896, Do farmer's wives scrub too much and read too little? A MODEL MARKET. " T ' One of the finest t QuioDed markets In Litchfield county, uudoubtedlv. Is that of Bader & Bradley at Washington De pot, who hav lately moved into the new block ol Mr t oulois. The dimensions of their store are 25x40, with a modern cool er for the meats 18x10. A trolley track is provided by which the meat is taken in at the rear door and without lifting is railroaded right into the cooler. This oaves a vast amount of lifting and labor. The interior of the store is ceiled in Southern pine.v A small office is provid ed. Every way, Messrs Bader & Brad ley are highly pleased .with their new store. . A TRANSFER OF REAL ESTATE. James W. Brazie of Torrington was in town, laFt week, and it is reported ex changed hi property here, with Court land Cole, for real estate in Torringtor. Miss Manna, the youngest daughter of josepa vvagner, is ill with fever. W. F. Hurlburt of Bridgeport spent sunaay witn nis iatner, m. J. fduriburt. Hans Anderson (of creamery fame) invited a select party of fiier-ls to hie home on bunday evening, to celebrate his 45th birthday. It is reported that D wight Wilson has taken the contract for furnishing the four horses to be used on the road ma chine the coming summer. The upper end school district will have a school, this spring term, beginning Marcn 18. Frank flallock and Dwieht Wilson at tended the auction sale of horses in New Milf ord on Monday. Frank Cole leaves the . employ of wunam watts on April 1. lie has won friends from every family in town am we hope he will enter some busines here. Mrs Julia Kichard and Miss Lou Van Ingen will spend the next month in the city. Miss Ida Eilander was surprised with a party, last Wednesday evening, her friends coming to say good bye before sne went to jxew Haven to stay. A. .tine supper and happy time was erjoyedby an. The reading room at the depot has just Deen opened. Frank Kilbourn's youngest son, Harry nas oeen quite ill but is improving. August Aaderson.has been on the sick list, but is now able to be at the cream ery again. ... , - The moon gazers were well repaid for staying up late, last Sunday night, a? there were few clouds to obscure the sight. John Carlson, who has such a prettv house near the Methodist church, .has tne inside nearly nn shed. Master Sherman Hollister fell and broke his wrist, last week. The offering at the Congregational church, next Sunday, will be in behall of the Nebraska sufferers. Mr Bristol formerly of New Preston, but late ol Nebraska, was in town, last week, solic- 1 he Christian Endeavor prayer meet ing committee meet with Clarence Net- tleton on Wednesday evening. Charles L. Hickox has been appointed conservator over Miss Kliza Mitchell who has been quite ill for a long time. Miss Kvie Kingman entertained the Saturday evening club, last week. Cards were the principal source of amusement. The office of the iudae of Drobate. Hon Guy C. Ford, was a busy place on Satur- aay, ne navmg a steady stream of callers Judge Ford presides over the duties of tnis important office with great accep tance to an. WARREN- DEATH OF MRS MARTIN B. STRONG. An estimable lady has passed awav in the death of Mrs Martin B. Stronsr. which occurred, last week Thursday, at tne ripe age or d years and seven months. Mrs Strong was a native of Warren and the entire span of her life time has been passed in her native town She is survived by her husband and three sons, Miner A., of Warren, Seymour B of Chippewa Falls, Wis., and Homer C. of Eauclaire, Wis. Mr and Mrs Martin n. strong were married, March 9. 1837. having celebrated their golden wedding some eignt years ago. The subiect of this sketch was a member of the Congre gational cnurch in warren, having joined in early life. With one exception she was the oldest lady in town. Mrs Strone comes of one of the old Warren families, her father, Homer Curtis, having moved to Morgan county, 111.,' at the time of her marriage. There survives her In Illinois three brothers and a sister, Theodore, Augustus and Frederick Curtis, and Mrs Lodema Godfrey. A letter received on the day or her death gave an account of a birthday gathering of this family, the combined ages of the five being 387 years lbe funeral was attended on Monday from the home of Miner A. Strong, her sen, where she began housekeeping, Bev Air uaraner officiating. Surely in a case like this how applicable the figure "Like a shock of corn, fully ripe, ready to be gathered into the Heavenly Garner." DEATH OF BUEL E. SEDGWICK. '' Bnel E. Sedgwick died on Tuesday morn ing, aged 66, leaving ns witbont a postmaster. It is reported that Mrs Sedgwick will leave w arreu . John Chappius has been prostrated with the grip, but is around again. . Mr and Mrs Peck are Improving. Mrs Wei ton is quite sick, also Mrs JS. W. Carter. The rest are mending. LANESVTLLE. Hugh Piper has moved his household goods to his father's. win Hamlin has taken the Betts in New Fairfield and will soon farm move there. Mrs Cornelius Smith, who was threat ened with pneumonia, is much better, i L.evi warner was one ot the fortunate prize winners at the Catholic fair held in the Town hall in New Milf ord. He drew a set of "Waverly novels." xneodore Alanvllle has started a fish route - through this place. With - two other peddlers running weekly we shall be well supplied if our nookpt. honk nnlv i holdout. " Mian Marw Vnator ia s . ' Miss Mary Jjoster is recovering fast 7ANDABI !, 1882, LAST WEEK Mra. M. A. Chandler Prospect, Conn. lnflammatoyRheumatism And the Grip Almost Helpless Hood's Sarsaparilla Perfectly Cured. " I was attacked by Inflammatory rheu matism In my feet and hands. After three months' treatment the doctor said he could do no more for me. I was almost discouraged when I heard of Hood's Sar saparilla. I commenced taking it and had only used one bottle when I was able to Bit up. It had helped me so much that I decided to take more of it and after the second bottle I was able to raise myself from the chair. I continued and took over a half dozen bottles and Was Abie to Move About, though my feet were quite sore. I perse vered with Hood's Sarsaparilla and today I can say I am wellandcandoall my work. I can recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to Hood's s? Cures everyone suffering as I have. Hood's Sarsaparilla is also helping my husband, and we cannot praise it too highly." Mrs. E. A. Chandler, Prospect, Conn. Hood's Pill easy o tray, easy to take, 11UUU rlllS easv In effect 25c from the effects of her dislocatad shoul der. Mrs Alexander Hubbard has visited her nephew and family in Hawleyville. Miss Edna Manville is home with her father, for a few weeks. Mrs Sarah Green has sold her place It is expected she, with her son's fam ily, will leave town. WOODBURY. DEATH OF EDWIN ROBERTS. Edwin .Roberts, 76, died, Tuesday March 5, of pneumonia and a com plica cion of other diseases. He had been ill only a few days. Having been born in England he emigrated to this country when a boy. and bad resided tn tbi town some 40 years. He was one of our most valued citizens. Ht was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. of King Solomon's lodge, F. and A. M 7. His first wife died in 1892 No He leaves a second wife, and son, Frederick cashier of the Thomaston National bank survive him. His only daughter died some years ago. He was a member the General Assembly session of 1869 His funeral was attended on Friday at the Methodist church, liev A. S. Hagar- ity officiating WOODBURY'S VALUABLE TOWN HISTORY Cothren's History of Ancient Wood bury has become quite a legal authority as well as a historical one. It began to be used as such as early as the case -of Charles Booth vs. the town of Woodbury tried before the Supreme Court of Er rors during the war of the Rebellion Two weeks ago it was used as author itative in Brooklyn, N. Y., in a life insurance matter without question in the Israel Minor estate. The society of of the Sons of the American Ke volution in this and .other states also refer to it as authoritative. The first volume was printed 41 years age. There are more than 35,000 items in the work, and the author took unusual care to insure ac curacy, and has corrected ; all errors found in all these years. It was a pio neer among town histories in scope and iuiness oi detail. Reference was made in my last letter to toe iact tnat ueorge Kosweii, who suf. fered an injury to his right eve. last fall near the First church chapel, would soon be obliged to have it removed to save the sight of the other one. He has re turned from Bridgeport, where he had an operation performed! and the eye re moved, and is now doing well. It is a terrible affliction to lose an eye. There is a little consolation in Mr Roswell's case. It will give him a pension of at least $12 per month under the law of 1890 as he is an honorably discharged soiaier. Ashael B. Gibson, whoee death by the falling of a tree, was mentioned, last week, held a $1000 policy. This will be quite an assistance to his family in this time oi sorrow and bereavement. BEIDGEWATEE- THE CENTER SCHOOL. The higher department of the Center school, Albert Pierce teacher, closed with an entertainment. Friday, the 8th The readings, recitations and mutic were most pleasingly rendered, fol lowed by refreshments. Both teach er and pupils are to be congratulated upon the success achieved as well as pleasure given a large and appreciative audience. The departments consolidate for the summer term, Mr Pierce, taking cnarge oi tne whole. Arthur Strone starts for California. March lb, taking the water route to New Orleans and from there the South ern Pacific railroad. We wish him suc cess.. . ... Mr ana Mrs James Orr are to occudv Miss Sarah Treat's place. Will Pitcher moved his family to Meri- aen, saturaay.t . We trust the report that Mrs Hueh nyie is to move to ew Haven is un rounded, w e should be very sorry to lose them. V Mrs Stanley Toung from Danburv has oeen tne guest ol Mrs H.11 Koberts. Mr uurgess and ii. W. Treat were out of town last week. Miss Fannie Wa-ner from New Mil- ford is the guest of friends in town. ; Mrs A. H. Gillett vi6ited her sister, Mrs Northrop in Eoxbury, last week. Mrs John ureer attended the funeral of a grandson in Brooklyn, recently. . Aimon smitn is reported quite feeble. E- K. Silliman of Bridgeport. Henrv Beardslee and Abram Blakeslee of Thomaston attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs A. J. Lyon, in Bridgewater, March 1. . Mrs Burr Mallett continues imnrovinir. Mrs E. R. Wooster's mother, Mrs Brown is somewhat better. Key G. Henry Smith visited his mother in New York City, last week. Miss Genevieve ban ford commences her school in Washington, the 18th. Mrs iora Han lord is with friends in Wlnsted. Alonzo Strone cut his hand badly while chopping, last week, nearly sever ing the thumb. The Congregational choir have new anthem books and there ia talk of new hymn books. W00DVILLE - W. Clarke has boueht out his brother and Is running the store with Merton Tompkins for his clerk. , C. Platf. who has been bonrdlnar at James Osborn's tor a few weeks, has returned to bis home In Bridgeport. A good many are suffering with grip colils. Mrs II. Smith has mfcurnAil hnmfl from ft Feet's.' - 9or.?. ?Kue has me to spend a short nine witn ma son in cusworth. """V"1 wosea, last wees, lor a lew weeks vacation. The prize winners were Mlssea AGRICULTURAL . IMPLEMENTS 90, 94 BANK ST., NOTICE f You can ttet your Bicvcles. Sewinor Ma chines and in fact any kind ot Machinery re paired; also agents tor the best wind mill known, ior pumping, grinding, sawing wood, I etc. Circular Saw Mill, Engines, Boilers and every kind ol Machine you want. Circular and Scroll Sawing, Planing, and Turning to order. Farm Implements ot all kinds at L. J. ALLEN & SON., (Successors to Capewell M'fg Co). Woodbury, CL Katie King and Daisy Cbeeney and Walter usborne. NEW MILFORD. HOW THEY MAKE THEIR MONEY. Robertson's boot and shoe hou- New Milford, is the only shoe store io the Housatonic Valley that is listed on the wholesalers' lUt of "Spot Cash Dis count Buyers." This means that this house takes ad vantage of every discount which fpot cash buvinsr enables them to set, with the consequence that they make a. profit even before tbey unpack their goods This prcflt the wholesaler pays and the customers of thU stor reap the ben efit a hni fit that of ore buyiDg on 30, 60 and 90 dajs' t in" cannot give. NOETHVILLE. The evargelistic services conducted by Rev Mr Johnson have bt en well attend ed, notwithstanding the stormy weather and bad traveling. At the Sunday even ing service several arose and in that way expressed a desire to live a Christian life. On Friday evening several from the Uoapel Mission in JNew Milford were present and helped to make the meeting interesting, rne meetings win oe con tinued during this week. Rev and Mrs Johnson are entertained at the home of W. C. Hine. Amos Buckingham is critically ill with the grip and a lever. The other cas reported, ill, last weeK improve very slowly. Miss Jennie McEwen spent a portion of last v-e?k with Mrs Arthur More house. GAYLOBDSV1LLE. The singing school is to give a closing concert on Wednesday evening, March 20, in the. MeLbodist church. The pro gram is very attractive, consisting of solos, a duet, quartets and choruses. Miss Mansfield of Kent, the efficient and popular teacher, is to be the conductor. Come early to secure seats Rev H. C. McKnigbt of Sherman preached an exceedingly interesting ser mon, last Sunday, in our church, in ex change with our pastor. R0XEURY. 'KOUNI THE STATION. Miss Estella Beach closes her school the 15th. W. B. Seward and wife returned .home last ween. Rev Julius Nelson holds services at Tyrrell's hall every Sunday evening. His five minute talks with the children are an interesting feature. As a slight token oi appieciation lie was presented with the sum of $27, which was raised by subscription, last week. Mrs Morehouse, who has been in Hartford for several weeks, is visiting her daughter, Mrs H. A. Hill. iTrank Booth is agent for a washing machine. John Vallely is going to raise chickens, having purchased an incubator. Mrs ticorge wucox is Keeping Houe for O. S. Tyrrell while his daughter is away. John Morris has been sick with a cold but is able to be about at this writing. KENT- NOTES FROM ST AKDEEW'S. The Daughters of the Kine celebrated their second anniversary on lnursaay, juarcn 7. with Mrs W. F. Bielby, their president. Tea was had at the rectory and after tea a busi ness meetinf? was held and reports read During the year about $75 have been ra'sed ana expenaea ior cnurcn worn. td 01a 01- flcera were re-elected lor the ensuing vear President, Mrs Bielby; secretary, MrsH. . Wildraan; treasurer, Miss A. W. Knapp; vice residents, Mrs ingersou ana Mrs Albert .ane. OPEN THE HIGHWAYS AND WALKS. ' CLEAR THE Kent has been comparatively free from water this spring, owing to the new sewer. Now it the "tipper ten" will only send out their men to shovel on tne siaewams that have been covered since tbe February bliz zard, the-village will be worth living In, and the saints have less excuse for not at tending church on Sundays. By the wav it is also about time some of the highways were also openea. : BINTS FOR THE TOBACCO RAISERS. Most of the tobacco raisers are not eo bad ly discouraged that they will not try ft again this season. It would be well tor them to be a little careful and not nut in Quite so much as usual. A little more corn and grain and a few more cattle win not injure the 01a larm Why not raise young stock ? Mrs Smith, mother ot Letter Smith, died on Saturday and was Duned, xuesuay afternoon. Jerome Killson died. Friday. March 8. ot consumption and was burled on Monday, Rev Mr Keep 01 uayiorusvme oinciaiuig. Miss Jennie Stuart starts for Nebraska on Saturday, the luth. Miss oiota P. Bielby Is expected home for the spring vacation on the 16th. Rev W. V. Bielby is away on a short vaca tion. During his absence Lay Reader Jerome Judd will look after his cnurcn services. The 8wedes held a social hop In the Town hall 011 Friday, March 8, and seem to have had a very pleasant time. Mrs Luther Eaton is Quite sick, and numer ous others feel as if they ought to be, but rea'ly cant and time to give up to their feelings. Mink are getting to be anite plenty- along the river, fine specimeis nve been seen at the furnace and at the Kent Brl Ige, and some ot our trappers have secured others. The fishermen are angling for suckers bnt thus far. according to reports, none have been captured. Messrs Vincent. 8egar and Judd purchased quite extensively at the late auction neia on the Wolcott place Tt Is rumored that the 8outh Kent creamery will be open for business about April 1. Luther Eaton has sold 75 eases of 83 wrap. CUTLERY, CARPENTERS' TOOLS, MANUFACTURERS' SUPPLIES. Shoes for Spring-Wear, They are coming in daily; made to wear and made in style, and what's more the store made its profit even before the goods were unpacked -discounting its bills, This profit we get out of the wholesalers. Other dealers the 60 days time fellow--make you pay it Robertson's Shoe Store 38 Bank St, New Milford and 74 Main St, Ansonia, Conn. pera but the prices realized were not very graiiiying. NEW PRESTON. Mr Black has now under his control the two grist mills in New Preston. "Th Village Mill" is being operated for him by Henry Katon, who is kept busy grinding. Jay Nettleton and H. O. Averill have each increased their herd of cows by buying a cow each of dealer J. B. bull- son. SOUTHVTLLE. Mrs Susan Hall is the guest of Mrs W. Smith. A number crops of tobacco have been seen passing through this place, every week en route lor some warehouse. WEST MOBEIS. PERSONAL CHAT. Joseph Sanlord has rented the Sbelden Logan larm In Washington instead ot tbe smith place as reported. Mrs William Zeitrler has been very sick with pneumonia and typhoid lever, at this wnuns mucn ueiter. Mrs F. A. Powers is home from East Morrl?, woere sne nas Deen nursing. r . tiawiey ana . . . Hull desire us to publish the following extract from a letter of Charles M. Gut.feld. of Retd ley, Frerno Co., Cal., as they handle the remedy referred to and want their cus tomers to know what a splendid medi cine it is : "It is with pleasure I tell you that by one day's use of Chamber lain's Cough remedy I was relieved of a very severe cold. "My bead was com pletely stopped up and I could not sleep at night. I can recommend this rem edy." A cold nearly always starts in the head and afterwards extends to tbe throet and lung. By using this remedy freely as soon as the cold has been con. tracted it will cure tbe cold at once and prevent it from extending to tbe longs. When Baby was sick, we 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 CastorU JF Y( U ARE LOOKING; For a safe and desirable investment for your . HARD EARNED ( SAVINGS and Insuranca combined The CONNECTICUT 1 r General Lite Insurance Co, Hartford, Ct, Offers as good security as any that human skill can devise. .With SO yrs experience, exceptionally careful in vestments and doin? .business" in healthy localities of this country only. Gross Assets, Jan. 1, 1895, $2,702-953.23. Total Liabilities, 2.159.308.08. 8urplus to Policy folders, MSJM5.1S Represented by - Hawley, Bethel, Ct. - - HAYING UTIHSLLS WATERBURY, CONN. R0X6URT STATION Fifty rooms to let- Including nicely located 15-room louse, oppo site Depot, could be nsed to advan tage for hoteL - I offer for lease my store for a term of years, one of the best staxds in Litchfield County. MORSE LEAVENWORTH. The New York Tooth Crown Dentists, For High Grids DeitisUy Beautiful plates, perfect fit guru teed or moa av back. Bo C harge for extracting cor teeth vrUunt pain Fine Gold Silver and Ccmot filling. 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