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THE NEWTOWN BEE.
FEIDAT. JOIK 21, 18S3. CIRCULATION: JASDAHT 1.1883, 610 S10U Affairs About Town. MATTERS OF BUSISESS. Storn it tltrrl, ol 183 Main street, Danbury are headquarters tor summer millinery. Hat and Bailors, 17o and up. Duck auiu, 78o and up. Shirt waists a specialty. THE ASSUAL SCHOOL APPROPRIATIONS- Thi selectmen sud school board Diet In Joint elon at tbe Brick building on Tuesday nlghe, and made tbe annual ap propriations ror ine support or the pub lic tcnooii ior me ensuing year. A be- grinning: was made toward correcting In i-qualitiea in the matter of the appropria tions. The question of the probable ef- iect on in attendance id certain or the public schools by the proposed parochial school, was discussed. Kev O. O. Wright expressed his regret that anyone snouia see the necessity or parochial school for the town. Mr Corbett stated that he was brought up In the public schools and did not propose to pull down me nng without tiring; a snot However, no changes in the ap proprlatlons for the schools, which are expected to be afl'ected, were made. The appropriations were as follows : WK. 1S)5. Flat Swamp, f.'.v) Si'iO Uray's Plain, 4.V) aw Uregory's orchard, SH Six) Halt Way Itiver, 450 i!5ii Hanover. '2 Ml sun final of the Meadow, 0io Hopewell, '2H) 210 llnntlngtown, SAO I17S Lake Uenrge, -2i h (MK1 Land'. Km), 400 4110 Middle, 4'25 4-J5 Middle Gate, -1M iM North Center, 4i."k Palestine, ata xoo Pohtatuck, KiO !KK1 Hndy Hook. liV) I 'M South Center, atw atiO Taunton, MX) .TJ5 Toddy lllll, !tM SAO Walnut Tree Illll, II7& .175 .oar, SM MO 7M(I 74i5 TRINITY PARISH. TUN ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT. TRrST FUNDS. The Mra Rebecca B. Johnson Fund, accord ing to the terms of her will, 1h hel'l in trust by the Society of Dontillons and BeouestH for Church Purposes, and Invented by their board of trustees. The other trust funds are as follows: Shares Far it BrtdKoport National Bank, $ R0 $1100.00 ft Hanover " " loo BOO 00 IB Fourth " " " ltl(K) IK) 4 Central " " " 400 00 1(1 City ' " ' loooon 10 1'cquonnoek " " " lnoo.OO fl Connecticut " " " SIRI.OO Newtown Savings Bank, 4J75.72 10,175.7'2 HKCICIITH. Balance In treasury, Kasler, 1801, 1'tiw rent. Envelope oftnrtiiga, Cah otlurlngs, Dividend from Uebecca It. Johnson Trust Fund, Other trust funds, 9.48 27fi 21 15S1.U7 1028.50 001.MB ;1042.10 1300.00 RXfKNOITIUtES. Hector's salary, (III months) Music, K.astur '04 to June 1, '94, Leader, salary and expenses, June 1, VI, to Kaster, '05, Organist, 4.1 300 60 175 818.W) Hymnals and chant books. Sexton, Collector, Taxes, Insurance, K pairs, Church, $199 20 '24 .K7 2.10.00 20.00 iW 5(1 4J.00 J'alnt anil Painting, 242.40 Heotory and grounds, HUM C05.50 Supplies, Coal, 74 82 Sundries, 41.04 11S.S0 Clerical supply, 4 j oo Convention expenses, 25.00 Interest at hank, 6 80 Balance of Diocesan Missions assess ment. (J7 Balance In treasury, 31.34 3042.10 SPKCI AL OKKKUINHH. Church Scholarship society, SoeWty tor Increase of Ministry, American Church Building Fund, Aged and Inllrm Clergy Fund, Diocesan missions, o(m! Friiltty onerlng for promoting Christianity among the Jews, Easter ottering, tor doiuestls and for eign missions. Organ fund, Sunday school Christmas festival, Communion alma and other charities, Sunday school, Woman's auxllUary, Trinity Uuild, Berkeley Divinity school library, Kplxcopal fund, Cheshire Academy, Special tor Bishop of U ah and Nevada, From 8. 8. Treasury lor same. 1'raynr books and hymnals tor church, Total of organ fund to date, 0 90 13.2!) 8.01) lo.ui 1)2.00 9.10 BO 00 18 44 14.63 134.02 84 87 100.00 143 DM 21)00 1.07 9.41 1)1.08 fro 00 il M 433.31 HATTERTOW. MISS EL WOOD Mil KEKLER. A very quiet but pleasant wedding took place at the residence of Charles M. Thorp lo Hattertown on Tuesday even ing;, the 18th. The contracting; parties were MWs Lucy A. Klwood, sister of Mrs Thorp and Italph O. Ke ler of North Main street, Bridgeport. The ceremnny wa performed by Itev Charles W. Boyl ton of Long Hill la the presence of on ly the Immediate relatives of the bride. Miss Klwood has for several yean past been tbe successful and popular teacher of the school In Chestnut Hill district of Trumbull and la well known In this vi cinity. Warner, Taylor A Curtis have a stock of Paris green and slug shot for to pota to bugs, at their Handy Hook More. Mr and Mrs H. K. Bradley of Bridge port, Mr and Mrs B. D. Jieardsley and son, Mrs C. E. Gilbert and Miss Georgia M. Winton spent Sunday with Mrs H. W. Bradley, the event being her birthday. She received a number of presents and a very nice supper was served. II. II. Beert was In New York on Wed nesday. Born, Sunday night, a daughter to Mr and Mrs Mlcbael Kelley. W. II. Conklln, of tbe Journal and Courier, New Haven, Is with bis family enjoying these pleasant days at the Grand Central hotel. Mr Conklln was a visitor here, last season. The family of E. 8. Drlggs, Sr., are to pass the summer In Newtown, occupying tbe annex at Dick's hotel. Among those enjoying the hospitality of Landlord Leonard's hotel, are Mr and Mrs Charles Coe of Bridgeport, Kev Ed ward Huntington Cooley of Stamford, Thomas .P. Uowland and family of Brooklyn, F. A. Beckley and family of New Haven and Misa E.Johnson of New Mllford. I.I . V Merchant Morris finds the call for tbe sub-lautlal Ad r la nee H mowing machine as brisk as ever. He has sold three the past week. He Is selling the ItoyM rake dawn at hard pan prices. . The Sandy Honk baseball team Is get ting In practice for the Fourth of July, when they expect to cross bats with a strong aggifgatlon of players from Bridgeport. The game will be held in connect ion with tit Hone's picnic and the Handy Hook boys don't Intend to have their home friends see them defeated. A mall admittance fee is to be asked. Window screens, screen doors, ladles' shirt waists at 5c, 5Uo, and 81, and a full line of summer goods can be found with Warner, Taylor & Curtis, at Ihv July S, Sandy Hook Is to be treated to a circa show. They will pitch their tent on J. 11. costenn's land. Horatio N. Lattln had" the misfortune to loe a horse, lant weett. DruggNt S. C. Bull has been In New Haven and Bridgeport, this week. The village of 8ndv (look sent up a mighty rain signal on Wednesday night when they gave the business part of the village a inorougn drenching, using tne hose and water from the 1'ohtatuck. It made the atmosphere nice and cool down there for some time. HAPPENINGS AT THE CONGREGATIONAL chuki;w The Young Ladies'. Mission Circle nave deckled to hold a lawn party on Wednesday, July 17. The ladles of the church will give ten-cent supper on Friday evening of nexi weeg, June as. The pastor, with others of the church will conduct a rclisiious service in the schoolhouse of Palestine district. Sun day afternoon, June 23, at 3.30 .o'clock As Kev Mr Barker can get to eacb school district but once during; the sum mer, It Is hoped that all the people of tne district will attend tbe service. BERKSHIRE. Kev O. O. Wright will hold a service in the chapel at Berkshire on the after noon of Sunday, June 30, at 4 o'clock. Miss Annie Troy ha? been visiting; with rriunaa in rsew uaven ana uerby, this weeK. Mrs William C Johnson, with her lit tie daughter, passed Sunday at the home of J. H. Warner at Sat-riy Hook. Mrs Johnson la a daughter rf D. C. Gateley, formerly a resident of Sandy Hook and wen Known here. Newton M. Curtis of Curtis Hill had the misfortune to have dogs get into his flfick of i-hrep on Wednesday morning ana Kin some ot tne in. ;ta too bad be was not auccea.'ful In killing the dogs. Mrs Agur Beardsley of Stepney spen Sunday with her sister, Mrs Berjamin Curtis of Curtis' Hill. Mrs C. W. Sloan gave a five o'clock tea at ner nonie in tne tilen on Wednes day afternoon to several young ladies about town in honor of her niece, Miss Sloan, who is her guest. The ladies of St John's parish grave one of their excellent Ice cream festivals in Glover's hall at the UookonThursdaj night. A new lot of ladies' laundered waists in blue and pink stripe, good fit, good style, at K. H. Beers & Co.'s. A tame pquirrel has been raising; 'quite a deal of mischief down at the Hook when the genial butcher, Minott Augur, was walking along; the walk, all of sudden Mr Squirrel came down from u tree and raced around his hat band. Mr Augrur put his hand on him but he did not like that and rewarded him with a sharp bite on one of bis fingers, making quite a wound. Louis Briscoe also had a notion of handling him when he lit on hH shoulder, but his eauirrelshiD resist ed all affection by wounding the offend ers. After he had scared and bit a few of the people who would have been his friends, he was brought low by a shot gun. Avoid friction on the farm as well as in the family. The wonderful saving in friction accomplished by ball and roller oearings is well illustrated by a Deering meat unower, on exhibition at K. H. Beers & Co.'s. Philo Nil-hols is havintr Painror .Tohn Nash nut a new coat of naint. on hia house. Mr and Mrs Fred B. Hubbell returned from their wedding trip on Wednesday of this week and will spend a few days in town before departing for Poquon nock, where they will make their home. Amos L. TTawlpv nf ITftwlpwillp haa had hia mill treated to a handsome coat of paint. Uullles & Camp were the ar ista. ffe tkTiA Ti-a llnnrrea U)nd.f an)n.)ninJ Mrs James Bedient and daughter of Wil ton, the past week. Merchant A. B. Fancher of Hawlev- ville has a good line ot scythes and snaths for tbe haying season. He will furnish extra good scythes for 75c and 90c. Misa Delia McCarty returned from her school duties in New Jersey, last week. Miss Grace A. Hawlev spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Amos L. Hawley. When occasion demands its use, trv DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. Jt is cool lng to burns, stopa pain Instantly, cleanses, a perfect healer for scalds or kin eruptions. Always cures pllea. E. r . Hawley, Newtown; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A. B. Blakeman, Bota ford. Ira Wild man and son haye gone to bay cattle. Mrs Nathan Burr haa visited old friends at her home in Botsford. Mra Emeline Ward from Orangre, N. J., la staying with her sister,Mra Jane John son. Mra Alonzo Taylor had a poor spell. Friday, but at this writing; are elad to say she is much better. Mra Florence Wells of Woodbnry la visiting her daughters, Mra Will Park hurat and Mra Clark Page. Patrick Keane's house and buildings are well worthy of a mention m the pa per, ills nouse has just been painted in white with dark blinds and canary color ed trimmings, and looks very beautiful, while his large shops, with steam escap lng through pipes, windows open and the noise ot the machinery, all are indica tions of the work being done on the in side of the building. Some 25 hands are busy engaged making button. Two kinds at tbe present time are manufac tured there, a pantaloon button and a very pretty coat button. Miss Marcia Taylor has a fine crop of cherries, something unusual in this lo cality, as tbe late frosts put a blight on most oi tne treea. The writer called on Mra Ira Wildman, the other day, and was invited Into her kitchen. Two large cook stove8 were in use. All the ovens were filled, while the hostess and her assistants were busy tak ing out and putting in the ovens, and such a sight to see the quantities of eata bles! Sbelveaand tables were filled with bread, cakes, pies; in fact everything kept In a wholesale bakery. Selectman Glover has placed some sub stantial posts In front of the Town hall. Prof P. E. Cliff will leave on Saturday for West Somerville, Mass., and later will go to Maine to spend a portion of tbe summer. Charles B. Peck and his sister, Miss Dolly, of Brooklyn, N. Y., are guests atCapt A. W. Peck's. All kinds of haying tools at bottom prices at E. F. Hawley 'a. Giles Potter and wife of New Haven wf re in town on Friday of laot week and were guests of Kev Otis W, Baiker. Mr Potter was here In behalf of the state board of education, for which be la agent. . - Flood's Pills are curelv veeetab'e. harmless, effective, do not pain or gripe Paris green and slug shot. Now is the time to use it, and tbe p'ace to get it la at K. H. Beera & Co.'s. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED, by local applications an they cannot reach th diseased portion ot the ear There s only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remflit-s Deulness is caused ty an intlamwt condition ot the mucous lln lng ot the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when It is entirely closed. Deafness is h result, and unless ine innatnmauon can oe raken out and tins tube restored to its normal condition, hearln J will be destroyed forever; nine cases out ot ten are caused by catarrh, which is noth'.ng but an inflamed condition ot the mucous sur- tace. We will srive One Hundred Dollar for any case of Deafness (caused by catrvh) that cannot ne cured by itaii'x calami uure Send for circulars; tree F.J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Sobl by Druggists, 75o. TEDIOUS SUFFERING FINDS RELIEF. Haverhill, N. H. Many physicians have pronounced as incurable, diseases of the skin and blood. Mrs Hodsdon of this place abandoned the old method, need Or Kennedy's Favorite Kpmedy and was cured. In October, 1S00, Mrs Hodsdon suffer ed from a diseased ankle bone. She had always been troubled with Salt Kheum, which asrerravated the diseased limb. Prescriptions of all sorts were used, but with no benefit. Lr Kennedy's Favorite icemedy was tried and It drove the poison out of her blood, healed the ulcerous sores, and restored Mrs Hodsdon to health and strength. Favorite Kemedy cleanses the blood, and strengthens the nerves. In cases of sctofula and salt rheum, it never fails The Travelers' Guide. NEW YORK, HKW HAVEN AND KARTFOKD BKRK8HIRB DIVISION. NEW HAVEN North, 9.J0 a. m., 4.20 p. m South, II a m., 7.S0 p.m. 811 ELTON North, 10.10 a. mM t.4 p. m. South, lJta a. m.. 7.8 o. m. STEVENSON North, 10.23 a. 4 57 p m. Bonth, 10.23 a. m., 7.11 p.m. MONitois Nortn. fio.ua f5.02 p. m 8outh. tlO.17 a. m.. t7.05 n. m, BOTSFORD North. 78. 10-3S a. m.. 12.20. .59, S.os, 0.68 p. m. Sunday, 8.10 a. m. south, 10.11 a. m.. 7.UU r. in NEWTOWN North. 7.44, 10.48 a. m., 12.85, 6.07 o.is, 7.op. m. sunuay, s.is a. m. tsouin, 7.0'J, 8.47, 10.UZ, 11.27 a. Ul., 1.24, 6.1)1 p. in. n I1HKV. Q. .1 I!. 111. HAWLEYVILLE North, 7.52, 10.55 a. i'j.a5, a.iu, 0.2a, 7.14 p. m. Sunday, 8.27 a. in. South, 7.01, 8.39, 9.54, 11.19 a. m., f.16, 6J0, .44 r. m. Snmlav. fi.fV7 n. m. BROOKF1ELD JUNCTION North, 8.03, 11.02 a.m., 1.20, 6JS4, 5.33, 7.23 p. m. ttunuay, jje a. in. sourn, e-a2, .u, y.to, u.iu a. m., i.ua, BKOOKFlfcLD North, 8.08 , 11.16 a. m., 1.82, 6.45, 7.28 p. m. Sunday, 8.41. south, tj.47,8.20, LANESVILLE and STlLt, RIVEii North, 8J5 a. m., 1.45, o.oi p. in. south, 6.40. 8.10 5.11, 6.14 p. m. Sunday, north, f8.7 a. m.. soutn. T0.2H o. m. NEW MILFORD North, 8.22, 11.27 a. m., 2.15, oj2. e.02, p. m. sunuay, 8.06 a. m. south. 6.30, 8.05, 9.25, 10.48 a. in., 3.46, 6.05, 6.20 p. m. suuoay, o.au, MEKWINS VILLE North, 8.S5, 11.42 a. m., 2.45, 6.18 p. m. Sunday, 9.09 aan. South, 10.35 a.m., 4.2'i. a.4H p. in. sunuay. 4.0 p. m. KENT North, 8.49, 11.54 a.m., S.23, 6.82 p. m Sunday ,9.24 a. m. south, 10.23 a. in., 3.23, 4.06. 0.36 p. m. ounaay.4 p. m CORNWALL BRIDGE North, 9.05 a. m., 12.07, 4 22, 6.48 p. in. Sunday, 9.39 a. m. South, 10.11 a. in.. 3.1 1, 3.42. s.4i p. in. sunuay .1.14 p. m. VKST CORNWALL North, 9.1 a. m., 12.15, 4 4., 6.S7 p. m. Sunday ,9.47 a. m. South, 10.03 a. in., 3.03, 3.2a, o.io p. m. sunuay ,4.ui p. in. BOTSFORD TO BRIDGEPORT. BOTSFORD North, 7.36, 10.38 a. m 12.20, 4.59, o.is. 6.5S p. m. Sunday, 8.10 a. m. south, 7.17, 8.55, 11.36 a.m., 4.32, 7.00 p.m. Sunday, 6.26 p. m. TEPNEY North, 7.28, 10.23 a. m., 12 m., 4.50, 6. ill p. m. Sunday, 8 a. m South, 7.28, 9.03, 1 1.4S a. in.. 4.40. 7.f 9 n. m. Sundav. fi.38 rt. Tn. LONG HILL North, 7.22, 10.17, 11.41 a. in., 4.43, o.d p. m. aunuay. i.d p. m. ooum, 7.34, 9.09, 11.49 a. m., 4.46, 7.14 p.m. Sunday 6.43 0. in. TiiUMBULL North, 7.16, 10.11, 11.28 a. m., till, b7 p. m. Sunday, 7.47 a. m. south, 7.39, 9.14 11.54, a. m., 4.43, 7J9 p. m. Sunday, T6.50 p. m. BRIDGEPORT North, 7.05, 10, 11.10 a. m., 4.25, 6.20 p. m. sunuay, vso a. m. Arrive, 7.50, 9.25 a. in., 12.05, 5.05, 7.30 p. m. Sunday 7.05 p. m. DAN BURT DIVISION. D ANBURY North, 6.40, 7.45, 8.20, 9.20, 10.50, a. m., 3.0U, o.ia, o.od, o.io p. m. aouin, 6.00, 7.30, 9.57 a. m., 11 AO, 4.23, 6.49 p. m. Sunday, 8.05 a. in., 5.05 p.m. BETHEL North, 6.48, 7.37, 10.47 a. n... 2.34, 6.08, 5.49, 6.4S p. m. Sunday, 10.17 a. m., 8.20p.m. South, 6.06, 7.35 10.04, a. in., 12.47, 4.29. 6.55. p. m. Sunday. 8.12 a.m.. 5.12 p.m. REDDING North. 7.30 a. 111., 2.28, 6.48 p. m. Sunday, 10.11 a. m., 8.13 p. m. South, 6.12 a. in., 11.54 5.20, p. m. Sunday, 8.18 a. m.. 5.18 p. m. SANFOltD North, 7.22 a. m., 2.24, 6.42 p. m. Sunday, 10.00 a. m., 8.09 p. m. South, 6.18 a. m., 11.59, 6.31 p. m. Sunday, 8.22 a. m., 5.22 p. in. BRANCHVILLE North, 7.14, 10.31 p. m., 2.17, 5 .37, 6.36 p. m. Sunday, 10 a. m., 8.02 p. m. South, 6.21, 7.53, 10.18 a. m., 12.05,4.43,7.08 p.m. Sundav, 8.28 a. m.. 5. 28 p. m. GEORGETOWN North, 7.09 a. m., 2.13, 6.31 p. m. ounaay, y.ot a. in., 7 Jig p. m. south, 6.25 p. m., 12.09, 5.43 p. m. Sunday, 8.31 a. m., 5.31 p. m. SHEPAUG RAILROAD. November 19. 1893. BETHEL Leave 10 55 a. m, 5.13 p. m. Sunday 8.12 a. m. Arrive 9.57 a. m., 4.25, p. m. Sundav 6.15 p. m. HAWLEY VILLE North, 11.08 a. m., 6.32 p. m. Sunday, b-so a. m. Leave tor Bethel 9.42 a. m Il4n m flim.v tin m SHEPAUG North, tll.22 a. m.,f54 p. m. sunuay, js-4 a.m. south, to.28 a.m.,t 3.68 p. in. Sunday. 5.36 p. m. BOXBUKY FALLS North, fll.30 a.m., t5.S2 p.m. Sunday, t8.57 a.m. South.f 9.20 a.m., t3.60 p. m. Sunday, t5.2b p. m. ROXBURY North, HJiSa. m , 6 p. m. Sun. m., 3.41 p. m day, 9.10 a. in. South, 9.11 a, JUDD'S BRIDGE North, ffUt a.m., t6.66 p. m. Donuay, ya.i u. m. ooum, ijx a. m J3.35 p. m. Sunday, t5.03 p. m. WASHINGTON North, 11.55 a. m, 6J.7 p. m. sunuay, . a. m. souui, bjm a. m., 3 23 p. a,.... tan A ri , NEW P RESlfoN North, 11.59 a. m., 6.21 p. m sunuay, v.ta a. m. soutn, 8.49 a. m., 3.19 p.m. Sunday. 4.38 p. m. ROMFORD North, 12.08 a.m., f60p.m. Sun aay, .04 a. m. aouin, T5.4U a.m., J3.10p.m. Sunday, 4.26 p. m. MORRIS North, 12.13, t-35 p. m. Sun- day, 10.02 a. m. south, 18.35 a, m., t3.05 p. m. Sunday, 4.18 p. m. BANTAM North, 12.23,p.m.,64 p. m. Sunday, a. 111. ouuLii, 0.21 a. m., 2 p.m. Sun day. 4.07 a. m. LAKE North, tl2.25 p.m., t6.47 p. m. Sunday, T1U-&4 n. m. ovuLu, lo.za h. m., 2.oopan. Sun day. 8.56 p. m. LITCHFIELD Arrive 12.30 p. m., 6 52 p. m., ounuay, iuu u. ui. ooum, a. m., 20 p. m. Sundav, 30 p. m. NEW YORK A NEW ENGLAND H. K. HAWLEYVILLE East 7.51 12.02,a.m,7.15 p. m. West 9.00 a. m, 3,6.42 p.m. . NEWTOWN East 8 04 a.m 17.20 p.m. West 18.58 a. m. 12.53. 16 36,p. m. SANDY HOOK East 8.10, 12.12, a.m. 7.37 p. m. West 8.48 a. m, 2.48,6.30, p. m. ; SOUTHBURY East 8 22, 12jJ1, 7-37 p.m. Wes S 5ta ft. tn ' 9 8U A 'rt in t Trains stop when slenaled only THE ADRIANCE H Mowing Machine. THE LEADER. - - THE ROYAL RAZE, Will be sold Cheap; less than Wholesale Prices The Leading; Grocer, Newtown, Conn. SPECIAL NOTICE ! My Photograph Studio at Danbury, Conn will close Saturday, July 6, for two weeks- Opening Monday,the 22d. Out-of-town parties wishing photo graph work will please bear this in mind. 0. A. BLAOKMAN. PHOTOGRAPHER, Danbury, Conn. DISTRICT OF NEWTOWN, ss Probate court, June 20, 1S95. Estate of JOHN GRIFFIN, late of New town in said district deceased. The Executors havine exhibited their ad ministration accounts with said estate to this Court for allowance, it is Okueued That the 24th day of June, A. T. 1805, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon at the Pro bate Office be and the same is assigned for a hearing on ihe said administration account, with said estate, and thisCourtdirects the ex ecutors to cite all persons interested therein to appear at said time and place, by fiublishing this order in some newspaper hav ng a circulation in said District, and bypost in a copy on the public sign-post in the Town of Newtown where t he deceased last dwelt. M.J. BRADLEY, Judge. ijiOR SALE One yoke of lat oxen; 18 fat L lamns, nve tat calves ; also beet cattle. Ad dress J. M. BLACK, Washington, Conn. "DOR KALIS A pair of three-year-old colts: X also a yoke ot fat oxen. CHARLES H. MASON, Washington, Conn. FOR SALE. House, barn and 14 acres of land with good fruit; located on the turnpike, near School house, Quarter mile from denot.place former ly owned by G. B. Hawley, JOHN CLAY, Step. VTOT1CE To all interested in Walker's S'arm cemetery, are requested to meet at Walk er's larm scnooi nouse, Saturday, o p. m., June 29, to take action in regard to forming an association. L &. PATTERSON, Botsford GRASS AT AUCTION I will sell at public auction, Monday, June 24, at 10 o'clock a. m , the Brass on 26 acres, on tne farm ot the late James Turner, Sandy Hook. Sale on the premises proint. AA RON SANFORD, admin istrator. Newtown, June 18, 1895. . 1?OB 8ALE Walter A. Wood mowing ma X chines and Wood Horse Rakes, C. H. HA W- LlEi agent, stepney Depot, Conn. SA LE CHE AP. For cash. Five horses of ditlereut values or will exchange for yontlg cattle. Call on or write to WEBB dow E, (Stevenson conn. - , Friday, June 21, 1895. 7 Vie I low land-Stark Com pany, Bridgeport, : Conn. Goods bought of us are de livered free to any town in this region; and everything is sold on condition that it may be returned if not satisfactory when examined at home. we think there never, oc curred a more surprising event in dry goods than Cheney's dollar India silks at 39c We never heard of so ex treme a case. Of all the silks to tumble Cheney's! And to tumble so far, 1.00 down to 39c. What did it. Not going to tell what dit it The maker don't want us to tell. We'd like to tell you but the maker don't want the trade to know what did it. Not going to tell what did it. We'll tell as much as this. The silks didn't do it. There's nothing wrong with the silks. They are the finest India Silks obtainable, beautiful plays of color and texture, glorious with richest printing. Black with white figures, Black with colored figures. Dark colors with white and colored figures White and light colors with various figures. When they are gone they'll be a thousand women who meant to have had a dress or two or a waist or two. will you be one of them. The most pleasing dainty cotton fabrics just now are the dimities, organdies and jaco nets at 12 i-2c, and our assort ments are practically without limit, we have no less than 300 distinct styles counting colors. All the pretty pink figures and stripes you can think of and blues and yellows and greens, and lavenders, and reds, and blacks. we have just received the end of a manufacturer's stock of white lawn and dotted Swiss waists. In the regular course of trade they would sell from 2.00 to 3.50,but we bought em so low that we can sav .1.2. i.5oand 1.75. A great many styles are among them. A Summer sale of muslin un derwear is now in full blast here. The HowlandStark Com Main and pany, Agents tor Butterick's Patterns. Cannon streets. Bridgeport, Conn. R. II. BEERS & CO. Fresh Crackers just re ceived. XSoda Crackers. Royal Milks, Banquet Wafers, Fancy Salted Seafoam Chocolate Wafers, Graham Wafers, Fruit Crackers. In Packages Ginger Wafers, Royal Biscuits, Vanilla Sugar Wafers, Saratoga Chips, Afternoon Teas, Fresh Strawberries and Pineap ples to-day. R. H. BEERS & 00. For Sale by E. P. HAWLEY. EUGENE R. BOTSFORD, Cainenter and Builder. Haviner been nine years with the Savage & Smith Building Co., OI liriageporc 1 am prepareu to uo any worn In my line. Cabinet work repairing, etc., attenaeu to. aubJUNj!, a. isirisr ukjli, new town, Ct. J. W. JOHNSON, -BRIDGEPORT, REAL ESTATE INSURANCE, LOANS. WAGONS. CARRIAGES. Come and see the Wagons and Buggies we have on hand. Popular prices Rail quick sales. Now is the time to buy. D G- BEERS & CO., Newtown, Conn- TV J It SALE One fine grade Jersey cow, big jl muser. line to caive aoouc ine iu dime. Inquire ot L. 6. SMITH, Fairfield, Cu, Box 77. TXIli SALE CHEAP A good horse, will ney, Conn. TXH SALE An eitra eood butter cow due X to come in abjjut May 1, and a second band Deering mowing machine In good run ning order for 5. A. C. LAKE, Bethlehem, uonn. -.- -.-" . rli SALE The standing grass on my meadows at Sandy Hook. Excellent qnaf. ty this year: lor terms, inquire ot Samuel Till, son, Sandy Hook. ST ANION MULLEE. FOB, SALE 1 Adrtance Buckeye mower and a horse rake almost new .'i5; also 1 top wagon and (rood work horse cheap. Inquire oi (juaiis, juouroe, uonn. JOHN F. KEANE & CO. GREAT MIDSUMMER SALE. THE BENEFIT Y0UB We have the Goods -too many for the season--We have made a STUPENDU0US SACRIFICE in profits to get back part of capital invested. The Prices We Have Made: $10 Suits $7.50. $15 Suits $10. $20 Suits $13.50. Every Suit of this Season's make No old stock. , Men's Trousers have been made vry tempting by put ting $6 and $7 Trousers at $4.50. $5 at 3.50 and at 2.50 the last of the $3.50 and $4 lines. A great saving of dollars awaits you. We do as we say it's your great opportunity to SAVE DOLLARS. Our entile stock of CHILDREN'S SUITS HAS BEES SACRIFICED. Our prices all the season have been from $1 to $2 lower than you could buy elsewhere. So.when we put $8 and $7 Suits at $4 50, 5 Buits at 3.50, 8 50 8uits at 2.50, 3 and 2 50 at $2, the amount snipped off the price grows larger and larger. We are in earnest. We don't want the goods. They mnst go. We do want the cash. It must come, and it always comes when the greatest valne Is given In exchange. Don't wait till the best styles and sizes are gone. Come at once and save the dollars this sale leaves In your purse. We have the sizes that will fit slim and tall men, stout and short men, sizes from 34 breast measure to 60. All the same price. We have sizes for stout boys and slen der boys, and can fit more men and boys from our stock than any house in the city. Sale begins Saturday Morning, June 15 JOHN F. KEANE & COMPANY. 439 Main Street, corner John street) Stearns, S100 85 75 50 Columbias, Envoys, Special, 100 New and Second-Hand Bicycles, $10 to $100. Cash or in stallments. Largest stock and We abide by our promises and fulfill. Come and see us, and if THE FINEST EESORT In This section of the Country for a Day's Outing is at QUASSAPAUG LAKE And the he?t place to go is to the WALLACE HOUSE Where everything is first-class elegant attractions, first-class accomo dations in the house and grounds and a finely equipped steam launch and row boats on the lake. gkesozesgke: "w. MIDDLEBURY, SAILORS! Cuting, Lawn and Walking Hats- New Felt and Straw effects, very stylish two-tone Straws, all the late Summer styles can be found at MES GEORGE DUNHAM'S, 437 Main St., HOW'S THE How's the harness? Thinking of a Horse Sundries? In need of traveling conveniences? You'll find this an exceptional good time and place to make purchasers in the above. line o goods. 42 Fairfield Ave-. 78 Middle St.. Bridgeport, Conn. Can be had at DRJ.S. CAIROL.1'3 by the use of Hayes New Process ot Pnre Narco tised Air, Cavities in Teeth can be prepared for filling positively without pain or in convenience to patient. We do al1 kinds of Destistry in a neat and skillful manner at reasonable rates. - - J. S. CAIR0LI, D. D- S., C- G. COLBY, D. D- S- DR. C. H. PORTER-, Dental Rooms, 398 Main St C. E. HUSTED & SON, . 107 State St., Barnum-TJnion Building- Is the place to buy your China, Crockery, Glass and House Furnish ing Goods, Wedding Presents in dinner sets, toilet sets, tea sets, lamps, bric-a-brac, silverwar, cutlery, kitchen furniture, statuary and most any article you need for housekeeping- We defy anyone to un dersell us on reliable goods- Call and see us when in Bridgeport- WARNER, TAYLOR & CURTIS. 10 KEEP COOL - WEAB THE AECTI0 , C0ESET, FIFTY CENTS. The best $1 Corset on the mar ket is the WORCESTER. We keep them both. WARNER, TAYLOR & CURTIS, - " SAND? HOOK. . PARIS QREEN. Yon can get it In quantities to suit, of " 7SS '" HUBBELL. WADE & RIDER COMPANY. (Sneoouora to ST AH & BDSHHEil.) 362 Water St, - Bridgeport, Conn Headquarters lor Mowing Machine Oil Paints, Tarnishes, Glass, White Lead, Rope, Etc; S. THE LOSS OURS, Bridgeport, CL H I lanwariog, Y M. C. A. B'L'D'G, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Eagles, $85 and $100 Zimmermans, 100 Crescents, 40, 50, 5 Reading Flyers 65 lowest prices in the State. promise naught but what we can you can't come, write. Wallace Proprietor, CONN. SAILOES! Bridgeport, Ct. HARNESS? horse blanket? Anything wanted in Bridgeport, Conn BEING FULLY EQUIPPED With a 40-horse power portable engine, we are now pre nared to take contracts for Sawing Ties and Timber In the woods. Money cannot buy a netteroutnt. isn-Aiiu uit(jxiiii.iia, eneJton, Uonn - IOR SALE OR TO RENT Good farm of 110 acres at Washington. Conn., one half mile from railroad station. BRADLEY NICHOLS & SONS, room 1, 579 Main street, Bridgeport, conn. H AY FOR SALE Apply to CHARLES HAW l&i , ot&uuy nuuK, uuu. . JOULTRY WANTED Highest market price paid, it vv.Ji.DW A kds, stepney, ut. TXR SALE One road horse, 7 years old. 1' sound and kind and a verv fine driver; also a few young fresh cows. F. S. FRISB1E, lirookneld Center, uonn. NOTICE No. 43 Wall St, Bridgeport, Ct., is the address of JOHN H RKID, the Jewel er. New store, New uoods aud Low l'rlces. Inspection Invited. Watch Repairing a Spec lany. BEE KEEPERS This Hive complete, ready ior use, $1.60; in flat, (1.20. section ooxes, 3. iuuu. - Samples ot Comb Foun dation and Catalogue free EDWIN E. SMITH, Watertown, Conn CHESTNUT SHINGLE FOR SALE Sawed bastard of the grain. Pi-ice IJ per thon'i and and guarantee measure. C. S. & F. E. WETMORE, Judd's Biidge, Conn. FOR SALE 1 engine lathe, 2 wood lathes, 1 hub mortising machine, 1 spoke lathe 1 saw table and saws. 3 boring machines, 1 felloe rounder, 1 tenowlng machine, 1 spoke facinar machine, 1 spoke throating machine, 1 gig saw, 2 sand bolting W,achine; also large lot of spokes and rims. Enquire ot W. B. COAN, Long Hill, Conn. , : FOR SALE "ne piece of land containing 19 acres more or less situated In Gray'sPlaln district. Will be sold cheap for cash. In quire of L. C. MORRIS, Newtown, Ct. THE D M. READ COMPANY. BRIDGEPORT, - CONN. IF - ANYONE SHOULD ASK YOU Tell them YES! There is ONE cool spot in town where you can buy,and boy and bay, without feeling the heat a bit, OUR BASEMENT; down among the white goods table damask, napkins, towels, white bedspreads, sheets and pil low cases. Down amidst the wash dress goods, where prices are lost sight of because of the comfort they'll give; where pile af ter pile of the prettiest productions add to the cheery brightness of a perfectly apportioned assortment. Down where handsome glassware and crockery are crowding refrigerators, ice chests and ice cream freezers for popu larity; where oil stoves throw out no heat and wire window screens cause a buzz of disappointment to tbe persistent E. H. DILLON & CO, (Successors to R- BALLEESTEIK & COO Now as the weather grows increases. We are showing an hats, white chip and and white crowns in all the newest shapes. New flowers for summer wear in rose wreaths, crerry wreaths, apple blossom, daisy and poppy wreaths. Sailor hats in black, white, navy and brown in high crowns, bell crowns and medium crowns. Oar trimmed hat stock is now replete with the newest designs for summer wear. Trim med hats a specialty. E. H. DILLON & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fine Millinery, 360, 362 Main St. (E. H. Dillon, formerly manager and business partner J "PUT YOUR FEET' IN A PAIR OF BENNETT'S , SHOES, 0XF0BDS0K SLIPPERS, And Save Dimes to Dollars to Jingle in Your Purse. READ OUR PRICE LIS. 700 pairs Ladies' Fine DODgola Kid 99C. liuuon ami xace Dnoes, raienb Leather tip ana Common Sense Styles. 600 pairs Ladies' Patent 49 TO 97C. .Leatner sanaais ana Oxfords, Russet and Bongoia Kid uxioras, Piccadilly, Razor and Common Sense. 520 Pairs Ladies Best and Finest 2.49. 99C. . Hand Turned and Hand Welt .But ton and Lace 8hoes, Razor, Picca dilly and Phila. lasts, worth trom $4 to 6. .. 600 Pairs Men's Satin, Calf, Lace and Congress Shoes, fine style and all Solid. - Never were prices so low on C. H. BENNETT & SON, 367 MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. SUMMER MILLINERY! Received this week a choice and elegant assortment of Summer novelties. 396 Main St., Bridgeport. leal. Hit tato, HrLorxts fvrKt 8 Sanford Building, Realty sold or exchanged in all 1!KR SALE A horse power mil', perpen die lar shait and cogs tor.'grlnding apples or sawing wood. Belts and press for sale cheap. Cider and vinegar lor sale. O W. BRADLEY, Gray's Plain, P. O. Address, San dy Hook, Conn. . IMPORTANT NOTICE I am prepared to do all kinds ot repairing and painting ot wa- Sons and carriages at my shop at sandy Hook av-ing secured Charles Can field to do the painting. Nothing but satisfactory work turned ont, and patronage solicited. A. W. BASSKTT, Sandy Hook, Conn. R MA I, IC . A snort Hnrrpv. ehnan for nuh. MRS S. F. BCHERMERHOKNt NewtOWn,Ct. little insects whose only object in life seems to consist of annoying mankind. It's a great basement. Hammocks : Large size, braided edge, Mexican, 85 cents ; colored, $1. Colored woven, spreaders attached, $1.25; spreaders and pillow, fl.50 and tl.75. Large size, woven, fancy colors, with valance, pillow and spreaders, $2.50, $2.75 and $3. Large size, woven, in red and gold, gold and black, blue and drab colors, with wood bar, pillow and valance,$3.25, $3.50, $3 75 and $4.50. Ropes, hooks and all attachment. My lady's perfumery, toilet waters and soaps. Lotions, powders and cream. Belts, buckles and waist sets In ster ling silver. Everything that a woman wears, excepting of course, millinery and shoes. warmer the demand for light hats exceptionally large line of leghorn fancy braid hats in high land low Bridgeport, Ct. 1.19 10 Cases Men's Kasco Call Dress Shoes all styles worth $2. IS Cases Men's Best Hand Sewed welt O Q Razor Toe and Common Sense last, ' w. xi7 in Russet and French Call, worth 15 and 6. 20 Cases Boys' Satin Calf Dress Shoes (QOp Razor or Opera Toes, Bttaaet or VOKJm Black. CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES And Dress Shoes In endless variety, 22c, 30c, 50c, 75c and 1.00. cfc SEELBY Bridgeport, Cons. parts of the New England 8tates. Fe1? S SALS 8eed buckwheat. Japanese Trl- ety. 1 per bushel: also a fine yearling colt 30. C. L. SLA UK, Cornwall Bridge, Conn. FR SALE A pair of fat oxen. Apply to ALBERT FOHRENBACH. Monroe. Conn. FOR SALE Fire new milch grade J7 cows; also three pigs. UEORGE B. FAIR CHILD, South Britain, Conn. FIR SALE OR RENT Sunset cottage, de lightfully situated at the bead of Newtown Street. Apply to J. A. BlACKMAN, New town. Conn.