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SHOO
THE
lien, Women, Hisses, Boys,Youths
Children with Shoes that are up to
date in styles Have good wearing
qualities and are lower in price than
any one else.
This week we offer Child's Songola
Goat Patent tip springs 59c worth 75-
Misses Dongola Goat pat tip shoes
sites 9 to 2 at 83c worth $1. '
Child's Kid Button and Lace sizes 9
to 11 at 69c worth 90c.
Ladies' Eid Button and Lace patent
tip extension sole. Very nobby shoe
at 97c- Looks just like the $4 ones.
Men's Fine Dress Shoes, 1.25, you
have to pay 1-50 for them elsewhere.
Ladies' Vici Eid Button. New styles
of lasts- Made to sell at 2 50, our
price $2-
1 lot of Ladies' Eid Button pat tip
at 69c- Worth 69c
Our line of Men's Goodyear welt
Shoes are the best for the money in
the world. Come and look at them-
H.H.AYRES'
381 MAIN STREET,
Bridgeport, Ct.
Not that everybody wants cheap
things, but good value for the money
That's why we are giving them.
One of our leaders, an all wool over
coat cut in proper fashion and well
made for $8. These goods we have in
black and blue guaranteed color. We
have better ones at S10, $12 and S15,
which buys a garment as good as you
ever bought for $20- Come in and see
them.
aVISJ&avaRP
1m29AainStBR1DGP0RT.(I'
JOHN H. REID,
Diamonds, Watches
and Fins Jewalry.
42 WALL STREET,
Bridgeport, Conu,
GIVE EAR!
And call at my store and see
what bargains I am offering in
Eussett Shoes.
MARTIN WENTSCH,
PROPRIETOR
bANDY BOOK SHOE STORE.
MISS H. C. GILBERT,
TjX. illinor,
Second Floor,
So. U BANK ST- NEW MIHTORX)
THE NEWTOWN BEE.
FEIDAT. KOV. 1,1805.
CIKCULATION:
JANUARY 1. 1888,
LAST WEEK,
610
1140
In Fairfield County.
SHELTON.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH JOTTINGS.
The Y. P. S. C. E. took charge of the
Congregational church prayermeetlng on
Thursday evening,.led by Walter II. De
Forest, and a large and interesting meet-
ing was held.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Congrega.
tional church gave a social and reception
in the vestry of the church, last Tues
day evening, to which the congregation
was invited. The rooms were transform
ed Into handsome parlors and there was
a large attendance and all had a very en
joyable time. There was music, readings
and singing and refreshments were serv
ed.
NEW BRIDGE FOR THE CENTER.
The contract for building the iron
bridge near the residence of E. S. Haw.
ley at the Center, was let, last week, by
the selectmen, to John E. Buddingtonof
New Haven, formerly of this place, who
was the lowest bidder of four. Although
a small bridge about 30 feet in length and
20 feet ia width there was quite a com
petition among some of the large iron
bridge builders. Mr Buddington's con
tract is $ G42, the selectmen to build the
abutments.
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY.
At a recent meeting of the library
directors, D. S. Brinsmade was elected
president and J.Tomlinson secretary and
treasurer. Arrangements for the dedica
tion of the new library building were
partially made. The trustees were not
able to state the time when the building
would be completed but probably about
December 1.
MISS BURNS MR COOK.
Charles H. Cook and Miss Katharine
Burns were married at the Congregation
al parsonage,last Wednesday evening,by
Rev L. M. Iveneston,and immediately re
paired to their own home, which had pre
viously been arranged for them.
John W. Anderson is to resume his
former business of a meat uiarket,'Noveni
ber 1, in the building of Mrs Peck on
Howe avenue.
A hearing on a case of non support
wa9 before the town court, last Thurs
day afternoon, the town of Huntingdon
having brought suit against the city of
Derby.
The Wilkinson Brothers are receiving
good reports from their gold mine in
North Carolina.
Lillian, the infant child of Elliott O.
Lftttin, died on Tuesday and was buried
on Thursday in Kiverside cemetery.
The A. O. W. W. gave a pleasant
social on Tuesday evening last at Me
chanic's hall. Music, singing and ad
dresses made the time pass pleasantly.
Frederick G. Perry is one of the com
mittee from the board of trade to seek
aid from Congress to improve navigation
on the Housatonlc river.
The l:idies of the Episcopal society
held their first meeting this season with
Mrs John II. Barlow, last week on Wed
nesday. They have an accumulating
fund and hope at sometime to have a
church here.
Letters from L. V. B. Hubbard speak
of the safe arrival of the Connecticut
delegation to Atlanta, Ga.
EASTON-
TOE JESSE LEE CUCRCn.
The church building hag been
newly
painted and looks well.
A great day was harvest home Sun
day. The pastor preached to a large con
gregation in the morning,' addressing his
discourse to the children. He dwelt up
on Paul's words concerning "the fruit of
the sphit." A grape vine, a thorn bush, j
a thistle, a little tree with fruit and the
blackboard and crayon were used to il
lustrate the sermon.
There was an overflowing congrega
tion in the evening. The exercises were
delightful. The artistic display of vege
tables, fruits and autumn leaves was the
admiration of all. Superintendent Jen
nings, teachers, parents, scholars all
seemed to derive great happiness and en
couragement, and will not soon forget
the harvest home concert of 1805. It is
to be hoped that the interest awakened
by such occasions may be abiding.
A service in the interests of the young
people will be held in the church on Sun
day night with an address by Editor
Smtth of The Bee. ,
BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES.
At a meeting held after the service at
at the Baptist church, October 27, the
following officers were elected for the
purpose of carrying on the sociables the
coming winter: President, S. D. Powell;
secretary and treasurer, (Miss 'Mary F.
Lyon ; musical committee, Mrs S. M.
Sanford, Mrs W. M. Weeks; literary
committee, E. T. Bauer, Mrs G. B. Tuck
er; refreshment committee, Mrs J. H.
Wheeler, Mrs Charles Gilbert.
The sociable held at the hall, October
22, was a success socially and financially.
The program was pleasing and much en
joyed by all. Among others, solos by
Miss Maud Bowdy and Mrs Sanford and
two recitations by Mrs Botsford were es
pecially pleasing. After the literary por
tion all betook themselves below stairs
and enjoyed the bountiful collation pre
pared by the ladies. Net receipts $16.40
The program was as follows : Instrument
tal solo, Prof G. J. Banks ; recitation,
Alice Lyon ; quartet, Mr Botsford, Mrs
Sanford, Mrs Weeks, Mr Gillette ; reel
tationGracie Williams ; solo, Miss Bow-
dv; recitation, Mr Botsford; solo, Mr
Jennings; instrumental duet, Prof G. J.
Banks and iMiss Evelyn Banks; farce,
"Assisting Hezekiab," Alice Wilcox, S,
3. D. Powell, E. T. Bauer.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH NOTES.
On account of the harvest concert at
Lee's chapel, la&t Sunday evening, the
usual service was omitted at the Congre
gational church. It la expected the pres
ident of the Endeavor society, Mr Gal
lop, will lead the meeting, next Sunday
evening. Topic for the evening, "Our
enemies, oar weapons, our allies," Eph
6 :1018. As this will be the usual conse
cration meeting of the society, a full at
tendance of members Is desired.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Congrega.
tional church will hold one of their pleas.
ant socials at the home of Mrs Johnson
Ward, next week Friday evening, No
vember 8. An Interesting program of
vocal and Instrumental music, recitations
and readings, will be one of the pleasant
features of the evening, besides games
etc. A cordial invitation is extended to
all.
At the annual meeting of the Ladies'
Enterprise society, Wednesday afternoon,
the following officers were appointed:
President, Miss L. B. Turney ; vice pres
ident, Miss Theresa Porter ; secretary
and treasurer, Miss A. F. Seeley ; assis
tant secretary and treasurer, Miss Battle
Perry.
THE CENTER STREET CHURCH
F. A. Brown of Brooklyn, a friend of
the pastor, was' invited to occupy the
time of the sermon, last Sunday after
noon. He spoke well, urging the people
to activity in Christian work.
The Sunday school library is In good
shape. '
The Ladies' Aid society will meet at
the ball on Wednesday afternoon, Novem
ber 6.
Miss A. F. Seeley pleasantly entertains
for a few days Mrs Frank Wales of New
York.
Miss Esther Jackson of New York is
entertained, this week, at Mrs E. M. Tur-
ney's and J. L. Perry's.
Mr Cunningham, principal of the Un
ion Business college, Bridgegort, was in
town the past week soliciting patronage
for his school.
A farce, "The Sleeping Car," (is being
prepared by the Center people to be giv
en in Academy hall at some future date,
notice of which will be given in The Bee.
Mrs Griswold left, Saturday, for her
home in Eoeky Hill, after a visit of five
weeks with her daughter, Mrs George
Freeborn.
Charles Silliman has rented the Ad
ams store, to be used as a town clerk's
office, it is reported.
Ellis Wheeler has the cellar completed
for his new house and the carpenters
have begun work on his new house.
Misses Annie A. Parrack and Nellie A.
Maurer have returned from a visit to
Westport, Saugatuck and Norwalk.
Daniel P. Parrack has work at Brad
ley's ax factory.
Harry K. Maurer visited at BidgeSeld
at his grandfather's, last Sunday.
R. W. Burr and family visited at her
parents, Sunday.
SHERMAN-
CHURCH INTERESTS.
A very pleasant church social was
held at the parsonage on Thursday even
ing. The program consisted of a recita
tion by Miss Camp; piano duet by Miss
Ruth and Master John T. Rogers ; piano
solo, Master Kay Leach ; vocal solo by
Miss Lillian Mallory ; piano solo by Miss
Ruth Rogers ; vocal solo by Miss Clara
Briggs and a delightful rendering of
'Lea Diux Angels" by Mrs MeKnigbt
The supper served about 10 o'clock wag
excellent and the company dispersed
hoping the second social would prove as
enjoyable as the first.
TWO QUESTIONS.
Question 1. uo those who spend
a part of Sunday by bunting in the
woods observe the sacred day as the Al
mighty has directed?
Question 2. Why should there be any
difference between the ownership of an
pple tree and of a chestnut or walnut
tree; as apples belong to the owner of
the apple tree, in like manner do not
hestnuts or walnuts belong to the own
er of the chestnut or walnut tree. Is
one any more public property than the
other?
We understand that Charles Ingersoll
is soon to remove to Brookfleld Iron
Works, where he has taken a mill for the
ensuing year.
Quite a large gathering met at the
home of Mr and Mrs Charles Jennings,
last Wednesday evening, in honor of Mr
and Mrs G. Duncan of Kansas City.
Dancing commenced quite early and
was kept Dp until the dawn began to
make itself apparent. The collation
served about midnight was very fine, its
merits being thoroughly tested by many
of our well known epicures. The event
certainly proved that Mr and Mrs Jen
nings are excellent entertainers.
Mr and Mrs Frank Cable of Philadel
phia were in town, last week.
The applebuyer, A. E. Kline, from
New York, was in town, Friday, and
many of our farmers sold as high as 150
barrels.
Mr and Mrs H. B. Stevens of Patter
son spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs D.
B. Mallory.
Mrs Lucy Barlow has been on the sick
list for some days. . i
Charles Evans from Great Barrington
was at church with his mother on Sun
day. ; . "J.
The repairs and painting which Henry
Briggs is putting on his house .will add
much to the general appearance of the
Center.
Dea Nelson Hungerford has been ap
pointed as delegate from the Congrega
tional church to the State Conference
soon to be held in Waterbnry.
BRIDGEPORT.
MUSIC BOXES
Are now manufactured in this country
with lnterchangable tune sheets. In this
way you can have all the late and popu
lar pieces at the nominal price of 30c
each. They also have a banjo attach
ment, a new and very desirable feature.
When you visit Bridgeport call at 63
Fairfield avenue and Mr Northrop will
show you this valuable instrument which
he sells for less than half the regular
price, $15, playing 1000 tunes. . He also
has an assortment of other Styles from
35c to $10. He baa glass pens for ordi
nary writing, marking clothing, etc., for
five cents. We saw some beautiful glass
paper weights, with photographs of the
Defender, Valkyrie, etc., for the low
price of IS cents. He sells a box of 14
fine colored crayons for 10 cents, seven
Elate pencils for one cent, tablets of 480
pages for 5c, 10c composition hooks for
5c, and other bargains Innumerable.
When you visit' Bridgeport give him a
call. ,
GREENFIELD HILL.
t
THE PEERFIELD DISTRICT.
Miss Nellie Booth's sister has been
spending a few days with her at Mrs H.
R. El wood's.
Mr and Mrs H. R. Elwood took a trip
to New York, last week, driving there.
Mrs Mary Fanton of Lyon's Plains
was in town, last week, at her brother's,
T. B. Bradley's.
Mrs T. B. Bradley visited her sister-
in-law, Mrs H. B. Ogden, and Mrs C. R.
Nichols, her daughter, In Cross High
way, last Friday. -
Mrs J. R. Jennings has entertained
Mrs Banks, recently.
Mrs John Wakeman of Hull's Farms
visited her relatives in this place, last
week.
-
Mrs Fred Barritt has entertained her
niece, Mrs Will Ferris, and daughter of
Greenfield. . .'-
Several from this place attended the
concert at Flat Rock, Sunday evening,
which was very interesting.
Mrs C. R. Nichols and son drove to
Derby, Sunday, spending one night
there.
Mr and Mrs Edward Brotherton of
Cross Highway spent Sunday at C. R.
Nichols'.
The Misses Bradley and Miss Louisa
Burr visited their schoolmate, Miss Elsie
Sherwood on Burr slreet,"Saturday af
ternoon. BROOKFIELD.
Mr and Mrs Crosby entertained their
daughter and her husband, Mr and Mrs
L. Jackson, of Hawlevville on Sun
day.
Christie McGinnUs has accepted a po
sition in Danbury. ,
Miss Sadie Jackson has been quite se
riously ill.
The R. R. L. society will give a soci
able and dance at the Town hall on No
vember 1. The committee of arrange
ments consists of M. Ratchford, D. Kel
ley and T. Durkin.
In New Haven County.
MIDDLEBURY.
A W. C. T. U. CONVENTION.
A group meeting of members of the
W. C. T. TJ. is to be held in the chapel of
the First Congregational church in
Woodbury on November 5, commencing
at 11 o'clock and closing at 4. Ladies
will bring their lunch. Hot coffee will
be provided. Unions from Plymouth,
Thomaston, Watertown and other places
will be present, and a good program has
been prepared. The Middlebury Union
is cordially invited to unite with them.
Most of the ladies will drive a distance
of 12 miles so it is understood that if it
storms at all or if the wind should blow
gale, the meeting will be held the first
fair day afterward.
Mrs Trask's father and mother have
returned to their !home at South Wind
sor.
Mrs Laura Smith and family from
Oakville have moved into the house
with Mrs Ann Maria Stone.
Mr Trask's brother, William A. Trask,
from Burlington, Vt., is making him a
short visit.
Dr L. Y. Ketcham and wife are stop
ping for a few days with Homer At
wood. SOUTHBURY. .
PERSONAL AND CHURCH TOPICS.
Miss Goode has been the guest of Miss
Jennie Hinman.
Mrs Marcia Hinman has visited Mrs
E. H. Brown.
Rev C. J. North held quarterly con
ference at the Methodist church on Mon
day afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs H. A. Jones has entertained Mrs
M. L. Cooley and Mrs Manville of
Waterbury.
Mrs John Lee's brother has spent a
short time with her. "'v.-
The Ladies' Social union gave a sup
per on Wednesday evening, the 30th.
They expect to give another supper and
entertainment in two weeks.
Mrs Griffin of
Birmingham has been
at C. T. Gray's
Miss Daisy Stiles Is attending Parker
Academy.
W. M. Stiles expects to remove to
Woodbury.
Miss Brown has returned to Mrs M. S.
Atwood's, after spending some time with
her Bister in Seymour.
Adam Guthrie is improving bis
grounds by adding new walks.
Mrs Monroe Smith Is slowly Improv
ing in health.
QUARAHTIirE RULES ADOPTED BT THE
TOWH HEALTH OFFIOCSS OF FAIRFIELD
COUNTY.
I. All persons
are forbidden to enter or
leave quarantined premises unless permitted
to do so by the Health Officer.
2. Clothing, furniture, school books, library
books, etc., must not be removed from quar
antined premises until thoroughly disinfect
ed. : .
8. All necessary disinfection snail be done
under the supervision ot the Health Officer.
. rersona wno are restriotea ov auaran
tine, who are not able to procure the servi
ces ot a phj slcian, or to provide themselves
with the necessaries of life, should notify the
Health Officer, whose duty it shall then be to
notify the Selectmen of the Town.
6. Any Information concerning Quarantine
can be procured from the Health Officer di
rectly or through the attending physician.
6. As soon as the patient is convalescent.
the Health Officer shall be notified by the at
tending pnygician; in case oi aeatn, o we
undertaker in charge.
Section 2593. of the General Statutes ot Con
necticut, as amended in 1893.reads as follows :
it snaii te sufficient notice to ail persons
of any regulation of such Town Health Officer
it it oe puDUsnea in a newspaper puousuea in
said Town, or posted tor three davs on each
sign post in said Town; and if a person shall
willfully violate such rules after they have
Deen sopuDiinnea or "postea. or alter actual
notice thereat shall have been given to him,
he shall forfeit not less than fifteen nor more
than one hundred dollars." Issued by
EDWABD8 M. SMITH, M. I).,
, Town Health Offioer,
Newtown, Conn.
RULES
ESTABLISHED BY THE
HEALTH OFFICER.
TOWN
COMPLAINTS OF NU1SANCBB, TC. ' -
Rule I. All complaints made to the Town
Health Offloer shall be in writing, and must
bear the signature oi the complainant.
REPORTING CASES OP CONTAGIOUS OR KALIG
VANT DISEASES.
Rule 2. Every nhvsioian shall report in writ
ing to the Town Health Officer every ease of
onoiera, yeuo w raver, oipotnena, metnorane
oiis croup, typhus fever, typhoid lever, aoar-
let Htver, uieaiues, leprosy, smaii-pox, or otn
er contagions or infectious disease which the
Ttfwn Health Offioer may designate, oconrr.
DON'T KNOW
WHAT TO GET
FOE THAT PRESENT ?
If yon would only visit us vt vonld gladly
show yon all the pretty things we have, as
veil aa our regular line of Wstohes, Rings.
Diamonds, etc
What do you think of Diamond Sings for
$7 60, and of Sold Filled Elgin or Waltham
Watches f r$l0 1
Of course vo have better onea, bnt va vant
to tell you these prioaa to show you hov lov
va do aell thsm. ....-
Don't yon think you had better aaa us the
n it time you are in the eityT :
Watches, Diamonds, Silver
smiths, Opticians." 5 ' ;
511 Main street, Bridgeport, Ct.
CAN YOU
KEEP BOOKS?
If not, why not?
Is the only place in Western Connecticut
where students are provided with the'
BEST OF EVERY
THING.
TEACHERS, BOOKS,
OFFICE PKACTICE, FURNITURE,
BUILDING, . POSITIONS.4
Can We Count Tou? u -
IF NOT, WHY NOT?
A cent will get you all the news of the
Biggest, Brightest and Best School In
Western New England. Write.' ,
MERRILL COLLEGE,
STAMFORD, CONN.
ing in his practice, within 48 hours of his first
attendance upon such case.
MALIGNANT OB CONTAGIOUS DISEASES IN THEIB
RELATION TO SCHOOLS OH OTHER PUBLIC' AS--SEMULAQES.
-! i A "C
' Rule S. No superintendent. principal or
teacher of any school, and no parent or sruar-
dian of an:
mit a child sick with small pox. scarlet fever.
cniiu Htienumg actiooi, anaii per.
diphtheria,
membraneous croup, .measles.
wnoop:
ooping cougn, scaoie. fitcn), or cliud at-
Dieted with lice to attend school. Nor shall
any child residing in a house in which such
disease shall exist be permitted to attend
Rcliool without a written permit Irom the
Health Officer. : , a; .
VACCINATION.
Rule . The Town Health Officer shall have
the power to Isolate children or other per
sons who are not vaccinated, in -case of the
occurrence of small pox In the town.
FUNERALS.
Rule 5. No person shall allow to be retained
unburied,the dead body ot a human being
for a longer time than four days, or where
death has been .caused by a contagious dis
ease, for a longer time than 86 hours, after the
death of such person, without a permit from
the Town Health Officer, which permit shall
specify the length ot time during which such
body may remain unburied ; and, when death
has been caused by a contagious disease, the
body shall be immediately thexafter disinfec
ted or enclosed in a tightly-sealed coffin,
which shall not thereafter be opened ; and the
funeral ot such persons shall be attended at
the house, only by the undertaker and per
sons living In the house where such person
died and by a clergryman.who shall take such
firecautions as the Health Officer may direct,
n the removal thereof tor burial, or other
wise, the body shall not be carried In a vehi
cle with other passengers. And the bedding,
clothing, and furniture of the room wherein
such person has died, shall be thoroughly
disinfected, and otherwise treated aa the
Town Health Officer may direct,
KEGCLATIONSlCONCEBNINO SPECIAL NUISANCES
PRIVr VAULTS, CESSPOOLS AND DRAINS.
Rule 6. No privy vault, cesspool or reser
voir into which a privy, water closet or sink
is drained, except it be water tight, shall be
established or permitted so near a well,
spring or other Bource of water used for drink
ing or culinary purpose as in the judgement
ot the Town Health Officer to contaminate
the same.
Rule 7. All privy vaults, cesspools or reser
voirs named in Rule 6, shall be cleaned out
at such times and in such manner aa the
Health Officer shall prescribe.
Rule . No person shall keep and maintain
upon his premises at any time any privy,
water-closet, cesspool, sink, drain, stable or
pig sty except in a cleanly and inoffensive
condition.
Rule 9. No sewage drain, privy-vault, cess
pool or sink shall empty into any stream,
pond or other source ot water, nor shall any
privy, pig sty or stable be constructed ao
near such stream, pond or other source of
water that its contents will drain into the
same.
REGULATIONS CONCERNING GARBAGE.
"'- Rule 10. No person shall permit the accum.
nlAtion in or around the immediate vicinity
or any dwelling nouse or plaee of business
unaer nis control, oi reiuse lanwr luua its
swill, waste ot meatjsour flour, fish or sheila,
bones, decaying vegetables, dead carcases
or any kind of offal
in a state oi aeoompo-
sition. i
Rule 11. No person shall throw, dump or
deposlte any mtn, garoage, decaying ani
mal or Aegetable matter which may be pre
indical to nublio health npon any vacant lot.
Olgnway or puuxiu yiwour ui ftuv uruvft.
pond orBpring. inia aoes not preciuae we
proper use of fertilizers upon the land.
IMPERFECT : DRAINAGE OR SEWERAGE OF
HOUSES ALREADY ERECTED.
Rule 12. When the Town Health Officer finds
that the plumbing or drainage ot any dwell
ing or habitation in this Town ia defective
and dangerous to health or life, the owner or
umnt having the property in charge shall
have placed within a reasonable time proper
traps under every sink, basin and other fix
ture, and shall have each soli pipe carried
tnrougn tne rooito suco nejgut as mo iywn
Health Officer shall direct, not less than two
feet, and of undiminished size whenever
nnuiHcAhl. and if this cannot be accom-
plibhed, said Town Health Officer will order
HUCO fmcient vnuinuuu WIU ouuu repair vi
soil pipes as shall in his judgment prevent
the pollution ot the premises oy sewer gas.
Rule 13. Whenever, in the Judgment or tne
Town Health Offloer any premises fronting
upon any street or nignway in wnion mere u
a sewer snouiu oe ouoawum nuu wuu
er. and -the use of the privy discontinued
said Health Officer will notify the owner or
agent having the property in charge, who
ahull within thirtv davs cause such privy to
be cleaned out and the use thereof discon.
tinned and.such connection with the sewer
to be made, and ahall provide preper means
trr vAfituattnir tne nouse arams. au con
nection with the sewer shall be made under
direction ot the Town Health Officer. All
rtmi.1 nlnna nnRninsr through the wall of any
buildincr shall be ot iron or vitrified, salt
ri&KAri t.lln. ot snch thiokness as the Town
FTn.it h Offioer shall determine When any
privy vault or cesspool is discontinued the
contents shall be entirely -removed, and the
vault filled with earth or other suitable ma
terial. ;
Rule 14. Noperson shall bury in. draw off
or allow to run into any street or highway in
this Town, the contents (or any part thereof)
AMutmwii nr ilnx: nor ahall anv ow
ner, occupant or tenant ot any building, to
which anv sink or cesspool shall appertain,
or be attached, permit .the content (or any
part thereof)' to flow thereirom, or to rise
within one foot ol the top, or said contents to
become offensive.
Rule 15. No person shall throw Into or de-
nmltlnimTUllL Hink. nrlW Or C 6 88 POOL
anv offal, meat fish; garbage, of any other
substance except that ot which such plaee is
the appropriate receptacle .
Rule 10. The eontents of any tun or any re
ceutacle. cesspool, privy, vault, sink or
water-closet, cistern, or anything in any
room, excavation, vat, building, premises,
Breckbili Benedict
Merrill College.
MOLL AN'S
8 1-2 TO 10 1-2 SCHOOL SHOES.
We are selling at
leather grain School Shoe, 8 1-2 to 10 1-2 which
we couldn buy to-day
ing it at. It is a spring heel button, with enam
el tip and a splendid wearer.
384 MAIN STREET,
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"yVV IKKMIVIflHIl
FURNITURE,
CARPETS,
HOUSE EURNISHINGS,
-COME TO
UNDERTAKING IN
TAYL0K &
SANDY HOOK,
or place shall
not be allowed to become a
nuisance, or offensive, as to be dangerous, or
prejuciicai to neaitn.
SWINE, OOAT8, AC
Rule 17. The keening ot swine, fowls or
goats in anv locality in this Town, is such a
manner as to become, in the opinion ot the
Town Health Officer, a nuisance, will not be
permitted.
MARKETS.
Rule 13. No butchers' offal or garbage, nor
any dead animals, nor any putri
a or
or stinking
be thrown
animal or vegetable mattet shall be thrown
by any person, or allowed to go Into any
piac
into anv river, or standlnac or runninsr water
or excavation, or upon any ground or prem
ises in the built up portions ot the Town.
Rule 19. All allevs. back yards, stables.
privy vaults, cesspools, and other like filthy
siacessuail De eiucienuy cieaueu aim uisin
'eoted at such times and tin such manner as
the Town Health Offloer shall order.
OVER CROWDING IN TENEMENT OB LODGING
.. HOUSES.
Rule 20. When any malignant or oontag-
fnnn rilnAAjui exists in anv house, the owner.
occupant or person in charge of such house.
snail carry out sucn iiuKi&uujia no uw xuwu
Health offloer shall order, and shall disin
feet the premise at such times and in such
manner aa he may deem necessary. .
Rule 21. All persons engaged in the bus
iness ol boiling or rendering of tat, lard, or
animal matter, shall cause the scrap or resi
duum to be so dried or otherwise prepared as
to effectually deprive snch material ot all
Beecham's pills for consti
pation io and 25. Get the
book at your druggist's and
go by it.
Annual sales mors than a,lina,0Mbo.
lg31 THE CDLnVATOE Jggg
COUNTRY GENTLEMAN
THE BEST OF THS
AGRICULTURAL WEEKLIES.
DEVOTED TO
Farm Crops and Processes,
: Hortioultura s Frnit-Growing,
lava Stock and Dairying,
While it also includes all minor departments
of Rural interest, such as the Poultry Yard,
Entomology, itee Keeping, ureennouse ana
Grapery, Veterinary Replies, Farm Questions
a n.i Annwnra.
Ecoomy and a summary of the News of the
Woot iti Market Reports are unusually com.
Piettl, M1U IBUVU MMH1MWU 1. H IU & A
pecta ot the Crops, as throwing light upon one
of the most important of all questions When
to Buy and When to Sell. It is liberally Illus
trated, and contains more reading matter
than ever Deiore. i na Buoecnpiion race is
2.60 per year, but we Oder a SPECIAL BE-
DUC-
'io
lo our
CLUB RATES FOB 1896.
Two Sabaarlption', ia one remittaaes S
Six Subscriptions, do do $10
Tta Subscriptions, do do - SIS
all New Subscriptions for 1896, paving
hi advance now, we will send the paper week
ly, from oar receipt ot the remittance, to Jan
nary 1st, 1896, without charge.
' jsa-Bpeolmen Copies Free. Address
tUTHCE TUGXE3& SOS, Publisher!.
Albany, N. T.
75c a handsome solid
for the price we are sell
-x-
BRIDGEPORT, CONN.
G9UCTATJY
FOE -
OUR STORE-
ALL ITS BRANCHES.
MCGEAN,
CONN
Offensive odors, and to preserve the same
entirely inoffensive immediately after the
removal thereof from the receptacles in
which the rendering process may be oondnct-
When Baby was sick, we gave her CastorU. . ,
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.
INSURANCE TALK NO. 4.
UTOWinnTinn a ti i rr rrnTiiMi
ao aaftftiAUJUAiAiiiuiUit
1st
qnestion of contemporary interest
to the Pries t,Parson, Poet and Peo
ple; out by none more than the
insurance Agent is an em- i-;
phatio negative given.
..'.' .;- IN1S94 :'. ." A ':
New York Life Insurance Co.
INSURED OVER
Fifty; Thousand Men
REPRESENTING
One Hundred Million Dollars
Of Insurance,who made their wives and their
dependant little onea their
BENEFICIARIES r
And this is bnt a drop in the great ocean of
wuat oas Deen uone.LO prove tne falla
cy of the cynicism quoted above.
T. J. CORBET T, Genl Agent,
Sandy Hook. Conn,
Represents this great company, and will be
glad to prove through your co-operation that
tne fallacious enquiry is
quiry is a libel and absurdity
ao lar as you are
uiuiviuuaiiy concern eu.
E. A. POTTER
Still lives and exists as well as does
the Grocery Business. Now if yon
want to bay a real good bane of flour
; pair OZ AUDD6T iOOU Or UiyULing IS
the FoOtweSI Or GrOCeiY line and bak'
I i uuv w wmm.
ery goods, don't fail to call on
E. A. POTTER,
South Britain."
Try It I
Try "buying your Hour end Peed, Coal and
Groceries of
H.&.8TCCfZt j Sout&buy, Ct.
Who also has a team to deliver Coal and ed
or anythlag im his line promptly.
EWEN
MG INTYI
To tha Pnblia:
It ia r ialaatioa u awka tL
weak tit '-baaaar weak mt the est
aoa," if yrieas and rood isai ahux
disa vifl aeoonpliah this and. BaC
izinf tiaCtha pnblia alvara nfc
aiata bartaioaUDryGdB,wa wC
aukathia week n-anwabia In Sarin-
'aaore caniM kargaiaa tfcaa
varesvar offarad in aaa weak be
fore. Doing XratelatTra't stay at
Atlanta thia waek, it is Lbj rttfa
of tie a-uuigemcatof the atora dr
tof nia absence, Uafcovbia an kia
re tan ,tha Iarreet week's baiineac,
by fax, of nay weak thia aaaaoa- Va
realize, ia order to da .thia, wa have
to make eome acrineaa, vbiab we
make ia all tba different dtpartaaanta
with kia permiwoB- Our aim fat tbt
week will be 'to increase tha salsa
by decreasing th profit.
PER MANAGEMEK
EWEN
MC INTYRE
&CG
834-840 Chapel St ,
New Haven,
Bridgeport Steamboc
Company.
STEAHEB NUTMEG STATE.
Leaves Bridgeport every night fexer
Sunday) 12 o'clock, from foot of South aver
Leaves New York every day (except fc
day) 11 a-m. from Pier S3, East River.
- STEAMEB ROSKDALK. I
Leaves Bridgeport at 7 JO a. m. Retnro
leaves New Tork PierSS. East River, tool
Catherine street, at 3 p. m., toot ot East I
street, nest tuver, at s.u p. m. I
On Saturday. Pier 39.iD.Du EnatSlnt at
.15.
FARE 80 ee
EXCURSION TICKET 74 ct
(Good Until reed.) I
Boat connects with the Berkshire 'divie
train leaving Bridgeport at S-2S on Satan
evenings only. I
Western and Southern Freight taken tr
Bridgeport at New York ratoa, and biUa i
M. E. W
FEDGB.
v. n. COXXKLI
AgU
Supu
AN INVITATION
Is extended to readers of TI
BEE and their friends to inspe
our large and Taxied stocknar
ed in plain figures, at the lowe
pnees.
' SIAX0NTJS,
WATCHES.
JEWELEY,
SILVX&WA&E, j
CLOCKS. j
G. W. Fairchild
Dealer in Diamonds, Watches,
verware. Jewelry and Clocks. "
S57 Main Street, near John,
, (ZSTAnUSHW 1865.) I
BRIDGEPORT, CT.
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