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t'KIDAT. JAN. 17, ISPS CIRCULATION: JIWOABT 1 1884. MO lAStWKKK S100 Town Topics. MATTERS Of BDSINE (3. The (Irm of Stern A Harris has this day dUolvt!(, M. Stern havlrg pur chancd the business. From to-day a grm vvmnn sale will take placo aa Mr Stem will have to raise cash tt pay the obligation. If you wr.nt to save 20 to 00 percent discount call on youra for h ir-gainf, M. Httrn, gucceiaor to Stern A Ilarria, 1 S.. Main streef, Ptinbury, ft. GRANGE NOTES- I'UHTATrcK OKANCK KN.IOYING A BOOM IN MKMIIKIi.SII II'. At the apt tIh! iiKcting, M jnday tv.r It'K, three candidates received the fl f.t and iecond degrees of the order, Miss Mary H!ackumn, Harris M. Claik and K. Iy"ter Coleoian. The meeting was quite largely attended, about .15 patrons being present. The third and fourl h drgrecs will be worked at the n xt regular nutt ing, Tuesday, January -M. r airrlflld Cou'ity 1'oniorri U ange wl'l meet at the Town hall, Wednesday, January 22, as announced in last week' 1$kk. The coition will commence at 11 u. in., when the Installation of the r tllcers eltct will take place. A collation will be tcrved at iiaoti In the hall. The after noon session will begin about 2 o'clock. The lecturer's program will be an inter esting one. I'ohtaiuck Orange extends o invitation to the f. inner generally, and other Interested, to attend thU afternoon session. MH3 DUIOQS MR WABSEE The uiarriage of Miss A. Teresa Origgs and I'aul 1!. Warner which occurred, lu;t week Wed nest lay evening, at the homo of the bride's pirents in Brooklyn, wa a very delightful occasion. Preparatory to the event the house was lavishly dec orated with paltm and cut 11 wer and music was In at end ince to enliven the hour. The wedding ceremony wa p :rformed by liv;v Mr Kosehe, pistor of St Mark's Kplscopal church of Urooklyr. '1'he bride was handsomely gowned in white satin, cut en train, with dutches lice and pearl trimmings. The lnid.il v. il was caught in her hair by a diamond pendant and she can led a large boujuet of bride roses. The bridesmaids were Miss ('lara Drlgg0, a sifter of the bride, and Miss Florence Warner, a sister of the groom. They wore becoming dres ses of white swiss over pink tafeta and carrledhandosme bouquets of pink rose?. The best man was George Foster of Chi cago, and the ushers were Elliott Di iggs, a brother of the bride, and William Men di iihall of Chlcsg.). The presents were v sry elegant arid included many hand S'xne pieces of silver, cut glass and brie a brae. Mr and Mrs Warner's wedding j urney included Washington and other points of interest South, nf;er which fiey will make their home In Chicago, where Mr Warner Is In business. J. II. Warner and family, Mr and Mrs Oeorg" F. Taylor, Miss H ittie Glover, Mr and M i'S Herbert C lark of Meriden and Fred I. Curtis of I'assaie, N. J., were in at tendance at the weddieg festivities. JUDGE DAHIEL BLACKMAIL Judge Ianlel Blackman of Chicago, a native of Newtown, died (u Saturday in that city, at the age cf 71. He was a ion of lleuben Blacknian of tli'u town, who will be remembered by the older people. Judge Blackmail was admitted a member of the Fail Held county bar at an early age, and practiced in Danbury for leven years before leaving for the West. He located in Cass county, Michi gan, and was soon elevated to the high post ot circuit judge. He was a aian highly esteemed in the profession. Judge Blackman is survived by his wife, and a sister, Mrs Wheeler Beers of Bridgeport. The latter was present at the funeral. There were also two broth ers, and a sister, Walter Blackman of Krookfleld, Shelton Blackman of New Milford and M s Bryant Smith of Brook fleld, all of whom are now dead. Judge Blackmail's only daughter, who was the wife of Kev Dr Hagar, a missionary, died in China last March The funeral was attended yesterday, Kev Mr L'nsley olllclating. The pall bearers were I. H. Skldmore, Aaron Sanford, John II Blackman and Ex-Senator Houlihan. Dr C. . Spaulding has been obliged t ) give up his dental o(l:a which was over the store of II. H. Beers & Co., on account of his eyesight, which has been troubling biro, but which is much better. He does not, however, wi-h to overtax his tight by this additional work, but will continue bis rffice in Bridgeport and will pay the railroad fare one way for all from this section who wUh to call on him for dental services when the work amounts to $2 or more. Tbe musicals at Costeilo's opera house on tbe 27tb, will be cf unusual Interest, not only on account of the program on which considerable care has been spent, but from tbe fact that tbe net proceeds of the entertainment will be given to tbe St Mary's Literary and social club. Prof Flatt has always been in the habit of giving thee musicales to help something of a public nature. The prog-am will consist of violin and piano solos, trios for violin, cornet and piano, vocal quartets r.nd orchestral selections. Tbe small boys have gathered around one of the show windows at E. F. Haw- ley's store, attracted by a minature pond, and a number of frog sitting on tbe bank. The display la to advertise the "Frog In the throat" tablets, which are having quite a sale. Word has been received from Lawyer W.H.O IIara of Bridgeport by friends la town that both of bl valuable horse, Fleet," recently purchased of Taylor and Toualinson. and "Maxle B," we e stricken on last week Thursday with the dread malady that has killed such a lare number of the horsei at Cook's Park Cltv stables. When last heard from both horses were improving and Mr O'llara entertained hopes of their com plete recovery. This malady has been unusually severe and seems to be a sort of menlngetls accompanied with paralysis. Out of W horses kept in Cook's stables only four lived after con tracting the disease. HAPPENIBQS AT THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. l,"i v Mr Barker will conduct a religious service at the Fchoolhouae in Taunton district, next Sunday evening, January 19, at 7 30 o'clock. All who can Had means of reaching the place are corr'lally invited. The Young Ladies' Mission Circle will meet to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, January IS, at 2 o'clock, with Miu Ma bel Morris. The Circle is to make aprons for the Floating Hospital of St John's Guild, a most worthy chanty. The prayer meeting service tins beel changed from Tuesd iy to Wednesday evening. The hou i ; to remain the same, HO o'clock. The ladies of the church are to give a 10 cerr. supper in the lower roam on Fri day evening of next week, .January 21, from (i to 8 o'clock. THE SEATS GOING FAST. Forty reserved seats and more for the lectuie of Rev Lyman Abbott were sold at the store of 1 H Beers tfc Co. alone on Wednesday, the tirst day that the tickets were ollered for sale. From this it can readily be seen that it will not do to delay purchasing your ticket until fie night or tne lecture, that is, if you wUh to have any seat, that will at all satisfy you for hearing and seeing. Kvery efljrt will be made by the com mittee so that the fullest capacity cf the hall can be made available, out their advice to you K Get yonr seat early, get It early. DEAT3 OF H H LAKE. Horatio X. Lake, who has teen living for some months at the home of his sis ter, Mrs Samuel B. Camp, died on Mon day night. He was tiS years and nine mouths old, and was a native of Bethle hem. The funeral services were held at the home of Mr Camp on Wednesday afternoon, Itev Mr Linsley officiating. Prindle & Morris, the undertakers, ac companied the remains to Bethlehem on Thursday, where funeral services were also held and the burial took place. AN IMPORTANT REAL ESTATE DEAL. Oeorge w. stuart has bought of Dr ; Monroe and Jerome Judson a building lot in the Street, between the residence of Attorney Beecher, and that occupied by a. p. smith. The lot comprises j abcut one and one-half acres and extends j from the Street to the lane at the foot cf the hill. Mr Stuar t will build at once, breaking groundas oon asjprieg opens, j Milo F. Todd, the insurance man, pas-; ed Friday and Saturday of last week In r.own, stopping at Landlord Kd ward Tay- lot's at the Hook. Filmore and Gilrnore, commedians, gave a performance at Costello's opera !iouc at the Hook on Tuesday and Wed .let-dav evenings of this week. They were favored with fair audiences. Newtown's vital statistics for 1S95 : Deaths, ,'1(J; births, GS; marriages, 17. Town Clerk Houlihan Informs us that i 'his is the lowest death rate the town ; has had for roroe years. The young ladies of Sc Hose's are mak ing active prcparatroni for a Leap Vear ball to be held in the Town hal'. Wed nesday evening, January 29 Further particulars will be given next week. I'he committee of arrangements consist if Mixses Margaret L. Halpio, Mary A Keady, K ttheriue A. Ilourigan and Mar Keating James Fox sailed for Ireland on Wed nesday, January l"i, on the steamer Ma jestic. He was accompanied to Ne York by his brother, Rev P. Fox, and by Rev T. Bannon of I.akeville. For tbe past four years he has been sexton of St Rose's church and during that time has made for himself many friends, who wifh him a safe j-mrney home and also hope to see his smiling face again. Miss Jennie L. Curtis started for Flor ida and the South on Wednesday of thi. week to speud three weeks fight seeing and er ying Southern hospitality. She is accompanied by her uncle. Editor W. C Sharpe of the yeymour Record. George Mattagatt bought a two horse 'sgon at the auction sale at W. R. Fer ris', Sfurday. Mr and Mrs Frank Gilbert, with Milon B. Hawley and wife and Edward Beardsley and wife, attended the con cert in Huntington Center, Sunday evening. Alfred Osborn, the clam pleddler, never stop for the weather. Summer and winter, rain or shine, he drives to Bridgeport and back again three days in a week. The remaining three days he spends peddling through the adjoining towns. A short time ago as Mrs E. M. Peck, Sr., was parsing a house in Huntingtown the dogs began barking and jumping at her, almost tearing her dress off from her, before they could be called away. Toromie ltvan, eldest son of William Rvan, 1 very low at this time of writing with small hopes of getting better. , Warner, Taylor & Curtis are selling a fancy Cocoa door mat for 35 cents, a good horse blanket at 00 cents, and have a few children's cloaks left which will be closed out at reduced prices. Druggist S. 0. Bull wag successful In removing an unusually large tape worm for one of hU customers, recently, by an emulsion prepared by him. He has the animal preserved In alcohol. Patrick Ready and Michael Dugan de livered their tobacco to New Milford parties, this week. Warner, Taylor & Curtis, at the Hook, have received a new and first class line of canned corn, peas, string beans and tomatoes which they are gelling at 8 cents a can. - ' Take your feet to the shoe emporium ot the C. II. Bennett Shoe Co., 3G7 Main street, and get them covered with sub The Howland-Stark Co, The Howland-Staxk Co. OUR GREAT JANUARY SALE ! IK ALL DEPARTM ESTS This Sale has Created a has turned topsy-turvy all preconceived ideas of prices and increased the pur chasing power of money indefinitely. -X- Men's Winter Shoes. Every pair in the store at 5.00 and over every pair up to 7.50 is now at 3. too or 4.00a pair. Twenty styles or more and none reserved. French Calf Skin. Cordovan. English Enamel Leather. Patent Leather. Men's Winter Underwear. We have been through the whole stock and this is the re sult. Shirts and drawers down from 1.75 to 1.60. down trom $-2 to 1.50. down trom 2.25 to 1.50. down from 1 25 to 75c. down from $1 to 75c. down from 65c to 50c. down from 50c to 29c. Winter Jackets. Again the tables are piled high with women's winter jack ets from half-price down. Jack ets on the third table $5 each, on the fou th table 7.S0 each, on the fifth table 10 each, on the sixth table 12.50 each, on the seventh table $15 each. Winter Hosiery. Women's imported cash- mere hose never so low before. ilown troui 35c to 25c. down from 50c to 35c. Women's wool ribbed hose j-qq down from We to 12 1.2c. Children.s ribbed hose wkh double knees, heels and toes I down from 19 to 12 12c. I Men's all wool socks are down from 25c to 15c. j Women's Winter Shoes. j Button and lace boots with ; patent leather tips and cork soles boots made to sell for 3.50 in this sale at 2.33 a pair Here are some of the Other prices. 1.50 boots at 1.15. $2 boots ai 1 45. $3 houtn at 1 bo. For House Wear. A dozen kinds of women's warm lined house shoes and slippers at sale prices, among them 1 beaver shoes at 70c. 75c beavor slippers 42c. Fur Muffs. Largest variety in town; -X- THE H0WLAND-STAEK CO., BRIDGEP0KT, CONN. stantial footgear at astonishingly low details see announce- P'ices. For full rnent elsewhere. M. C. Hawley is now at San Francisco, Cal., having started for the West after the holidays. We are Indebted to Mr Hawley for a copy of The Church Re cord, a bright paper published by the First Congregational church of Oakland, Cal. Mr and Mrs Edgar F. Hawley and daughter, Miss Florence, passed Wednes day as the guests of relatives in New Mil ford. Mrs D. W. Bronaon received a letter from a friend at St Augustine, tbe other day, stating that he had picked up a large piece of ice which had frczen about a fountain. Th s gives an idea of the kind of weather Florida Is ei joying now. The Recreation Tourist Co., of New Haven, will conduct the second of their series of tours to Washington, D. C, Wednesday, January 22. The train leaves Union Depot, New Haven, at 9.35 a. m. These tours are of four days' duration, at the very low rate of $18 from New Haven, coversTlrst class rail road fares and hotel accommodation and side trip to Mt. Vernon, also dinner at Jersey City going- These tours are con ducted by a member of the firm who en deavors to make it pleasant for tbe pat rons, and many who patronized the tourB last season, speak very highly of the ac commodation furnished. Send to Peck & Bishop, New Haven, or to the local agent of the Berkshire division. Special bargains at balf value : Tarn O'Shanters 25 and 38c ; winter caps, 15c ; lined leather gloves and mittens; men's and boys' heavy underwear 25c and up, at E. F. Hawley's. Try onr oeffces. Read, what we have to say about them. Monogram and B B Java are tbe best in the world, at E. F. Hawley's. Great Commotion. It and in some cases not more than half of the usual money to pay. Black Ha , 75c. Coney, 1.25 and 1.60. French Coney, 1.75. Busslan Lynx, $2. French. Seal, $2. Sheared Coney, $2.25. China Seal, 3. Electric Seal. 4 60. Persian Lamb Cloth, 3.25. Astrakhan, t'i. Thibet, 6.50. Monkey, 3 60. Persian Lamb, $9 and 12.60. Alaska Sabls, 12 50. Alaska Seal, 14. Mink, 12.50. Krlmme., 6 50. Fine Blankets. Three numbers go very low, though they are very fine blan kets. down from 5 to 4.2S down from 7 60 to 5.75. down from 9 60 to $7. Muslin Underwear. Every garment in this sale is worth more money than any thing you ever before saw at the price worth more in ma terial, work and style. Gowns 25c to 5. Corset Covers 8c to 2.25. Drawers 18c to 2.25. Skirts 50c to S. Silks. No odds what the cost was the only thonght now is how to make prices that will jump the goods out. Prices are down from 40 to 25c. down from 55c to 39c. down from 75c to 39o. down IrDm 75c to 55c. down trom $1 to 55c. down trom $1 to 75c. down from 1.25 to 75c. Dress Goods. The richest imported dress patterns are down to 5.00 7.50 and 10.00. The prices were from 7.50 to 20.00. Here are some more of the cut prices. down from 29c to 20c. down from 37 1 2c to 25c. down from 45c to 33c. down trom 50c to 39c. down trom 75c to 50c. down from $1 to 76c. Table Linens. There never was such prices before, no matter where, no matter when. 35c damasks at 25c. 45c damasks at 35c. 50c damasks at 40c. 60s damasks at 5Cc. 75c damasks at 60c. 90c damasks at 75c. 1 damasks at ate. 1.25 damasks at (1. The Latest Markets. WHOLESALE PRODUCE QUOTA TIONS. BY BUCK & DARLING, BRIDGEPORT, PRO DUCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Butter, choice creamery prints 25 1 27c, choice creamery tubs 22a 24, choice dairy 20a22, fair to good 14al6, common 7a9 ; factory cheese 9 l-2all l-4c, dairy 7a9 ; fresh sear-by eggs 21a23c; chickens alive 9al0c, dressed llal3 ; fowls alive 9al0c ; geese local pair $1.25al 65 ; ducks pair 75cafl ; calves alive 6 1 2 ,7c, calves d. w. 10al2; lambs d. w. 7 1 28c; pigs light 6a6 l-2c; sheep d. w. 66 12c; hogs d. w. 4 1-2 5c; baled bay $18422 ton; baled straw 16a20; potatoes 30a32c ; red onions 75cal, yellow 90ca$1.10, white 91al.25; cabbage good $2 50i4; carrots 75ca$l; parsnips 50a75c; turnips 15a25c; celery lal.40; dried peas 90c? $1.05 bu; marrow beans 91.60al.75, pea beans $1.45al 55; honey 14al5e; beeswax 30a 32c; choice Baldwin applet 175s2 bb fair $lal 50, choice greenings $1.501,75, common 75ca$l; evaporated apples 6a 7 l-4o ; cranberries $8al0,bbl ; maple sr gar 1212 12c; maple syrup 75a90j gal. Litchfield County News. BOZBU&T. THE PAINTER HILL DISTRICT. Miss Dellla Davenport has been guest of Miss Emma Towner, tbe past week. Thomas O'Brien, Jr., of Waterbury formerly of Painter Hill, was presented with a daughter recently. ( Mr and Mrs Edwin Leavenworth went to Bantam on Sunday to visit Mis Leavenworth's father, who has been quite 111 of late. Charles Edwards is working for Ed ward Traey. Children Cry for Pitcher's Caetorla. JOHN F. KEANE & CO, $50,000 Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing Sacrificed to the Benefit Of Buyers! The extremely mild winter has affected manufacturers and retail ers alike. Unsold stocks abnormally large, pressure for money abnormally great. Hence sac rifices in value heretofore unheard of. 50c On Dollar Generally, 25c On the $ in Some Cases! Men's and Youths' suits, fancy cheviots cassimerea and worsteds $4.75. Some have sold as high as S20; small sizes in greater quantities Men's and Youth's suits, in Black and fancy Cheviots, single and double breasted. $7 50 These are of $12, 13.50 and 15 00 grades all put in at one price, $7 50' $15. 16 50, 18 00 and 20 00 suits made from fancy cheviots, cassimerea and worsteds of the most reliable mills of the country and made this season al! go at $10 and 12.50- The highest grade suits made by Rogers, Feet & Co., S25 00, 28 00, 30 00, now $20 and 18- Only two prices $18 and $20 on these entire lines 'which comprise about 30 per csnt of our stock; " otherwise jou would not get a chance to get a 30.00 suit for 20 00. Men's and Youths' Overcoats get hardest knocks- A large line of beaver and kersey Overcoats bought to sell for $7.50, sacrificed at $4 50 Black and blue 10 00 and 12 00 Over coats, $7-50. 15 00 Overcoats $10 JOHN F. KEANE 349 Main Street, comer John street Look Over Our Stock! OF OVERCOATS & PANTS Prices Very Reasonable. It Will Pay You to Call. TERRILLBETTS & CO. SANDY HOOK, CONN. HAWLE YVILLE ! To.! 3 offee! ! Ask for our special blends in Coftee. Our Teas Advertise Themselves. A. B. Fancher, HAWLZTYILLK CEBTES Cook's Park City Stables, BRIDGEPORT, C0BN. WAGONS. CARRIAGES. Come and see the Wagons and Buggies we have on hand. Popular prices and quick sales. Now is the time to buy. D- G. BEERS & CO., Newtown, Conn Fairfield County News. STEVENSON- As announced in last week's Bee tbe entertainment at Old Mill hall was a success. The darkey preacher was com plete with bis part. Tbe policeman made much laughter, and tbe old bacb elr proposing to tbe old maid was car ried out well. All declared the enter tainment worthy a repetition. The re ceipts were about $25, for the benefit of the Wooster family, and your corres pondent guarantees it will be highly ap preciated. Facts about a good business opening in a country store can be learned by ad dressing Box 36, Kent, Ct. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Big bargains at half value in Tam O'Shanters 25 and 38c; winter caps lac: lined leather gloves and mittens 20c; underwear 25c and 50c. at E. F. Ha-v. lej'i. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria Try Monogram or B. B. coffee at E. F. Hawley's. Kead what he has to say about them. Best coffees in tbe world Ask for samples. I For finer goods we have nut in the black and blue Kersey Overcoats, made by Rogers, Peet & Co , clay worsted body lining, skiners satin sleeve lining, guaranteed for two years or replaced free of charge if it wears out in that period these Over coats have been sold for $25.00, 27.00 30.00; all are now $18 50, one uni form price Don't miss these- Children's Overcoats, Reefers and Suits have received the same treatment- We are determined to sell. If there is any power to sell in low prices those goods will move quickly into the possesion of shrewd buyers Crowd ?up to the front and se-. the Reefers for $2-50 and $3 that a day or two ago sold for 3 50 and 4 00 Overcoats for $1.50 and $2.5o, worth 3.00 and 4-50- Suits $1-50, 2 00, 3-C0 and 3.50. j worth twice as iruch. All but the j 1-50 suits are strictly all wool- This : is tne climax of opportunity- Your j interest must create a desire to see j these values- We shall bo glad to I show them- & COMPANY Bridgeport, Ct. W. N. HURD, Stepney's Wide-Awake Cash Merchant Keeps in the lead by buying for cash, and in such quantities aa enable him to make it an object ior everyone to call and examine his goods and prices. He has secured the ser vices of JAMES E.DALY, a registered phar macist ot 12 years experience in the best stores in Sew England, who will be in atten dance Night calls promptly attended to. S Q NICE0LS' Old Stand STEPNEY DEPOT, COV. -SEE OUR- OFFERINGS THIS WEEK! Fresh canned Corn, Peas. Striner Beans and Tomatoes, first-class goods and all new at 8c can. LadiPS' felt Shies, Flannel lined at 1.50. Men's Boots at 2.50. Bnckle Arties atl 25. Fancy Cocoa Door Mats at 35c each. Horse Blankets at SWc. Onlv a tew Children's Cloaks left which will be closed out at reduced prices. I WARNER, TAYLOR & CURTIS, SANDY HOOK. INSUKANCE TALK NO. 6. Three Words! To The Man Who Carries j INSURE! No Life Insurance S To The Man Who Has Recent- j CfTTPVt ly Insursd His Lite i O X IwXki To The Man Who is Insured 1 T "V TI And Thinks of Dropping 5 1IIJ II His Policy. ) T. T- OoxToett & Co., General Insurance Agents Sandy Hook. Conn., PARKER MM. WOODBURY, CONN The fourth Year under the management of PROP EDWARD S. BOYD, M- A. fiin "!!'.!..! X7Zt I !iiUiuUS3Miiiiiiiiinin THE D. M. READ COMPANY, BRIDGEPORT, - CONN. STILL FINDING FAVOR. A good natured, generous arrange ment of increasing worth as tbe big special sale goes on. Bright, clean, reliable goods that require no compar isons to establish their value they're self apparent. HEMSTITCHED AND PLAIN HEMMED COTTON SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES. Sheets 54 x 90, 35 to 38c. G3 x 90, 39 to 43c. "2 x 90, 43 to 45c. SI x 90, 45 to 63c. 81 x 93 1-2, 55 to SOc. SI x 99, CO to S5c. 90 x 90, 55 to G2c. 90 x 93 1 2, 57 to C9c. 90 x 99, GOc. 90 x 10S, 70c. 90 x 113, 75c. Tillow Cases, 42 x 3G, 12 te Ulegant In Bric-a-Brac, China and Porcelain Dinfter and Tea Sets, Lamps and Shades tnd Hou? Furnishing Goods at 107 State St., WOLPB c&3 SBBT ."FiY riorvl JESmxa,-te, Iloata and LoaxiS 8 Sanford Building, Bridgeport, Conn. Realty sold or exchanged in all parts of the New England States. PAINTS! Pure Linseed Oil, Pure White Lead, Best and Strongest Colors, Lowest Prices. Every thing as Represented or money returned. THE HUBBELL, WADE & RIDER COMPANY. (Successors to S?AH & BUSHKELL.) 362 Water St.. - Bridgeport, Conn. C. E. SPAULDING, 1113 M TIST. Teeth extracted and filled without pain. Ar tificial teeth and crowns. 15 years experience. On work amounting to -2 or rrore railroad tare paid one way. Office 407 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. ADVANCE BUT A FOOT And we will fit you at Lockwood'8, Fountain Place, Bethel, the best place to buy your Shoes and Rubbers in the town. Store open from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Ladies' Rubbers 25c to 50c. A B. LOCKWOOD'S, FOUNTAIN PLACE, BETHEL, CT. IMPORTANT NOTICE -Having engaged the services ot a first class blacksmith I am nmnnrwl to taithtullv serve the nubile In horse and ox shoeing and general blai ksmith insr better than ever before. A libeml share ot puhlio patronage solicited. JOHN T. POR TER, Stepney D"pot, Conn. T) EPA IRS FOR CROWN RANGE Always on IX hand. Best stove on market, c. K. o: BORN', southbury, conn. TlR 8 ALE A ereneral merchandise busi C ness in tbe town of Kent, Conn. A good etaanoe to bnv tor cash, stock all clean and new. Have been reducing stock In oraer to eell. Will inventory from 2000 to 2500. Wish to sell on account ot other en gag- ment out ot town. Address box sh, V. r. c, nent, ixnn TJOR SALE My blacksmith shop at South J; bury Oenter.nne of the best country stands In the state Tbe shop was built 1890, Is 24x50, in erood repair. Part ot the tools can be sold with the spop if the purchaser desires them. Address, J. E. MOREHOUSE, Southbury, Ct. F)R SALE CHEAP A good family horse, rifrht everv wav. perfectly safe for a wom an to drive, and also a side bar ton bnfigv ; also being obliged to leave our present loca tion soon, we offer tor sale the factory build ings and sheds, lhey are new and there is some guuu uuiuer m iiieui. fur iui iiiri ah. lormatlon apply to TA1T A SON,Trnmbull,Ct TVSTRICT OF BRIDGEPORT, ss Probate U Court. Jannarv 11. 1K98. Estate ot HANNAH M. HALL late ol Mon- roe. in said district, deceased. The court of Probate lor the district of Bridgeport bath limited and allowed 6 months from the date hereof tor the creditors ot said estate to exhibit their claims for set tlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts properly attested, within said time will be debarred a recovery. All persons in debted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to bemjamin t. 11AL1. Executor, Mechanicsvtlle, New York. - 1 if ti m i'll !! .""raw 15c. 42 x 33, lk'. 45 x 30, 10, !2- 1-2, 13, 17c. 42 X 33 1-2 10;-. 50 x 38 1-2, 15 to 23c. 54 x 3G, 21c. 54 x 40, 18 :o 25c. Lower by considerable than they'll be again for a long time to come. We've added some very fine Drawer" to the special Muslin Lrnderwear sale were from 1 00 to 1.75, now reduci to 50, 75c and 1.00. Children's Flannel Night Drawer, any size from 2 to 12 yra., for 25 cents. There is not a line of Jackets and Cape3 anywhere that begin to approac'i those new ones just in, either in style, quality or price. They are the pick cf the market. The best. The very be. And they are yours, if you want one, s; the lowest prices such garments eer sold lor. In tbe infants' department they tt : busy as busy can be marking dow.i everything in the different lines. drifts, C. E. HUSTED & SON, Barnum-TJnion FuHding WATCHES AND CLOCKS REPAIEEr Swiss watch maker, located at O Davia.', near Botstord Depot. All kinds ct watch w and clocks reraired in the bes manntr. charges moderate, HENRI BOLTRQITENEZ. Botsiord, Ct. REMOVED To 151 Fairfield Ave, corner Broad St. THE MISSES EOLCOHJ Bridgeport, Conu. First-class table board by the iay or week. Dinner 2oc. CHESTNUT SHINGLE FOR SALE Sawtd bastard ot the grain.. Price $3 per thous and and guarantee measure. C. S. A F. '. WETMORE, Judd's Bridge, Conn. ) VTOTICE -Until further notice I wil be it 1 1 the Town Clerk's office on every Sat", r- dav alternoon lrom 1 to o'clock, foi Vie purpose ot receiving taxes. ROBER1 . CLARK, Collector, Newtown, November 9, 1895. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN A good horse; first-class roadster. Inquire at The Bfe Office, Newtown, Conn. WANTED M)R CASH. - Old postage stamps used and unused, prior to lfiTo. Higher prices paid when on original envelope. Jt will pay you to look up old correspondence. Revenue and Contederate stamps also wan ted. FRANKLIN S. COoK, Bridgeport, Conn, "ITT-ITE CHESHIRE BOAR For service. C. V B. JOHNSON, South Center Ditrict,New- town. F)R SALE Or will trade tora yearling hci -er or rarrow cow a good road cart. AR THUR WLuSOX, Palestine ulstricr, Newtown. FOR SALE Alarm ot 125 acres with housa and other outbuildings thereon, situatea on George's Hill, Southbury; also the Clar.t place ot 70 acres in South Britain village; .) one good larm horse. Inquire ot Mh.S MARSHALL S. CLARK or GEuRoE B. FAIk CHILD, South Britain, Conn. FOR SALE One three seated platfom spring wagon in good running order. S. T. TERRILL, Brookfieid Center. FIR SALE CHEAP The engine former:-? used by the Grassy Plain Fire Engine C , The Old Reliable." Also IS-section tur blow er. Address, JS.DWIN SH.OKT, BeUjeL.CU OOD PIGS For sale. C. B. JOHNSON. South Center Dist.. Newtown. i FINE OPENING FOR BUSINESS In a nL Western Connecticut town: a nionevmri - ing stand tor the rixht man. Good building, containing living apartments and Htore. Pres ent stock of goods will go with store it d :. sired. Owner has good reasons for selln Addre8sfor further particulars, XXX., C: :a BEE OFFICE, Newtown, Ct TjH)R SALE One wood strong ox sled t? 5 . X one pair heavy bobs, s complete: also a oieycle 15, or will exchange for goods I ca-i use. HOLLISTEE SAGE, South BriUU dreamery. FOR SA L B- New milch cow and calf. LE )N A ED KENDALL, Palestine District. New town. F) II SALE VERY CHEAP A one-horse poor er Shinman kerosene boiler and entrir.ti Enquire at The Bee Office, Newtown, Con-u TXR SALE O e thoroughbred Poland ChT a X sow and boar, 7 months old ; alto two C'bej ter White sows due to pig March il and i ; pigs irom 8 to 10 weeks old, the above will I e sold at a bargain if taken at once. CHARLi 3 oajn uiiu, Rejaing mage, conn. R SALE Tonne farrow cow and vearlm r bull. TURNEY NORTHROP, Newtown, Cu FOR SALE - Two extra good new milch cows several cows due in the Spring. One good yonng general purpose horse, one Albany sleigh. C.W.EDWARDS, Stepney. Conn. F)R 8ALE CHEAP -On 5 elevating six-can creamery, one good road cart, one youn horse coming five years old, kind andj gentle. Address, A. B. GOODSELL, Newtown, Coun. TXjR SALE Three shoats, good ones; also a J; few cows coming in in February and March. F. i. FR1SBIE, Brookfieid Centei , CU THE BOARD Or BELIEF Will bold ad journed meetings tor the hearing ot np pleali on Saturday, January 11 and Sai.turt.ay, January 18 at the Brick Building riora 10 ;-0 a. m-to 4 p.m. T.J. CORBKTT, M. B. TKK. KILL, r. B. LAKE.Board ot Relief. Newtown, Ct, January, 10, lcUG.