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F-ilDAY. M'HIL 1 s ( IIC I I, II UN Jiuiurv 1, ls 1 ,i'M a e id, din ,1100 ' USE 'ADS' WORK LIKE ' A CHARM- ISiiiin".s M inniii'i Tin-: l!i-:ic. IViir Sir : l'!eu-t iln not mivt'ifi-Je inv t'nw lt in in xt, lii-i: a I Imvc i'l her. I'liU w tlir tliinl tiini' - in veui ion Unit I h".vr ikIvit i'il :i I'n'.v f r -nil" iiml uulil her S I lif -!i:ni' il.i Till: I I t i-:i in- I'll' t ' , .in I hi' ".III." 'I 'Mir - t nil v, .1 lin Kr.'iiik, Mihi'y, 't. ! ' A rrv ri n Wis Is u hat givex I IoihI'h Sarsiiparilla its great popularity, its constantly increasing null's, mid enables it to accomplish its wolidrilul ami unequalled cures. The com hinat ion, prupiirt ii in mid process used in preparing Hood's SarsHparilla are unknown to ot her medicines, and imikii Hood'H SnrsnpurillH Peculiar to Itself it cures a wide raiic of disensea because of its power as a blood purifier. It nets direct ly and posit ively upon t he blood, and t lie blood reaches every nook and eornerof the human system. ThUH all tin- nerves, tntisi-Jrs, hones and tissues come under I hi hem tieent. influence of 77c lo.olond Dry Goods Co , (formerly the How'aiul-Stark Co.) 1 n n? ftlOGCin Sarsaparilla i n X X N N N - S X N Town Topics. Tin- II:,.- Tn. '.,,t I'linlier Mood's Pills I ." l.ivrr liN: easy to j ;UU I . 1 jll . . J .1 I .III. , M . M r; i'h i r nil i i ' ti I ! , week. in spoii: j.ckeH, capes a ml Mi ii - a ml hip I TIIK i;ASI,;i: SKUVN.'KS. 1 lie- it -ilk 1 1 -1 -. Capes from 1. IS mi) ; K itrr wiil be oh -ervi-d with t.)m usu-il i' ti S's iris li 'ii ed liril i.-int inc. for $1 UN ! -erviees on Sunday. up; i- r i iv ti-t- limn u. W hen j vice in i tie tn,i inn at 11 w ith an appro oii sic in 1 inutility call on us. i, j priite lvister sermon by Keol'or ImsJev trouble to show irootN at. M. Stern's, ls." , A elii'iil ren'o ? Main street, I i.itiliiiry. 1'. S. : Look out 1 o'clock. lor the Knuu millinery 0i.tM.inK. T)e ttnnua p.,lrj8hc,.tjnK wiH ,. ht.1( in thti Sunday school room on Monday tit THE COMING ENTBTAINMENT. At iih: sasii iniiiK ipki:a hoi sf. un TthMiA Y I I'.MNi; M I . .N 1 i ui's ii :i e ven I u , . pri I , L lie I e , v ... . r r, .. r - will I... -iv. ,, at. the Sandy Hook opera I ' Th,,r(. w,' b(. srvi(.es on Monday and Yon remember the; old say- "1 f you wear three thmjjs new on Kaster, you will have -luck for the rest of the year." h? One of tne new thinos must l r 1 ' I ' ' oe ;i air .t gloves. -v I he new shades for Spring summer are all in: and they are a beautiful sight. i hiM-t in stock ! .New wraiis must be thought of, new jackets, new capes, new shoes. The new jackets and capes are in great variety. At no riiere will be ser- J time probably will the variety be greater than it is now. At vici! will of held at 2 :it j any pi ice you name, amiost, we have more styles than you will look at; because vou will DRY GOODS! ThHse. am tiiisttin day itb uk. 'I l)f spring trade liftH opened with n rush. Wc don't know the reason why wo aru wo busy when other merchant s arc "kicking" about dull trade. Peihiips it'a our largo stock that tilings so many people, to ua. Perhaps i. 'a honest iK-aUng. You k-o.v HONEST DEALING! is a thing that an hoiif-st woman" appreci ates in these days of misrepresentation. THE "Kayser x- THE SECRET OF THE GRO VYING BUSINESS! Is that every day we get nearer and nearer to the customer's wants. Thi great quantities we buy and sell cut I profits smaller and smaller- Every ; item saved means less price to our ' enstorrers 1 1 "T?T?um 1 3 in it tf 1 1 Trtra:i,!"rar ( '1 4 ' J v V 'i 7 rv i hni a n;i!i.le ''.n; II u'tf w lieli he would he j;!;id for intemit iij till V it -I tu illM'i i1' . TIUSITT CHUECH. Patenl Finger r-f' Tipped if iiii' Gloves are I 2 p. 111. 'I t it; room for t.h;1 reeeotiot of the or- Kiin 1im been gotten reniiy, and the in- j J r-trtiini'i.t in expietiHi to arrive here from ' j find just what you want before Soi-iiil it:ul literiiry eluli, Oiie of the he.-t inn iril 1 1 1 1 1 v-i iet.y entertiiiiiiuiTits that hii" ever I ' I. ;ven helore I he fit). Its ot Tuesday i ext at In : a. id. ; Hi .Motul.'ie at 2.. Ii ' p in., the lit'-l iueet of t tie Vom:ins' Auxi'i.'try for fli" Benson will lie held at I.he rectory to ;i;uk a Imrrel of hkIs for it missionary. VOU IS' 1, t half way through. n;o kind tM DON'T wear -out A -.TUARAN TrW hi every pair. io you wfiur Gloves? Then buy good glovpa. Our Key&er Paten Finger Tips are guaranteed. A new pair if the fi gers wear out first Have you been to our Special Sales. Hall price is a lair price at one ol our BARGAIN SALES! liresM Goods, tress Trimmings, Black Silks, Fancy Hilka, Table Lln3Tis, Napkins, Hosiery, Unilerwear, llloves anil Laces, Carpets, Hugs, Linoleum, Mattings, Lace Curtains anil eveiy u: ativantaije vou nave in !u'u'5luucan DuPe(i into "'irotg store. buying shoes here is, first; in! the assortment; second, in the ! e.VtO'AII ;i?,i S. Hilly Ilooii; IKlli. ill- l;iniij;h ;iii aiiiiiieiir iri)iluetiiiii ni;iilc up Ml It.-! , t , I, , I-, I. .1,1 il lllllJl Mi.iiy ii. t - i.-tmi ell ir't. in the sain.- . HAPPENINGS AT . THE CONGREGATIONAL j Slll'tMlt'SS of the quality; and hue,, .i -. ,,;i'..- all previous attempt chuecm. 'third, in our mode of makintr I ""i mi i i ii'' or stMintpiiilit. As it o .. ........ . , .,1 . . , . & i' ' lir-t. p.. ; -i-.it.en eiite.-taiuiiieiit ami of i in1 i ouhk i-'oiii- .Nu-stun circU; will ( prices. there isn t another -.1,1. aliicli i.iil-T. aulas the proceeds j ""'et at the pat .-oiiat;o on S it u id ay af t er- 1 . ; n f n 1(T r ,i , . -,i i , noon of next vcek or'i ii Mt 'o'-io-k- si Lii coin oination in oricuje- !i re tor a woi i Ii y oli et . it w il 1 no doubt ' 1 1R xl 1-1 1 K' I" ' 1 1 1 ' lc - u 1 lllui- I he liherallv pitroi.iz d by all ela-es. Any of the ehureii people who have j port. Th- i.riiv of .i.luiii-ii.h tws h.-.-u i.taccd l":ll,ts 1,1 ,jl"(,ll ;"v rtquostea to brinr W li h III the lee adMiNsinp Jn-. -TIIRKK KLOOKS it all iiiiiiielv. itie:al ' h' 1,1 t0 lhr '!uri'li aoy time tit-fore '-' Notice, if you please, some .oo .oo Mi l(- I h Mi, ' I- i I' l 77r ,-'ln mi Pry Goods Co. Jirideport , Conn. -ervrd M'lts H.' ex'ra , " 'ocu to-inon'ow ( u rua y ) al ttM'liooti . ! C) the tleV StVleS at 2. O. .... .... . ... . ' ..r,,r- in I l.f, ,.ti--r.,,. i. ,(-,,,- i, ,.n, , J . 1 1 r lie- pr i l ol ll i hi ice i III re will In ll r ) vi ,.i , l Kmiid hop. the adiiii-sion licitijc J.'.i' wx ! l'v "l,wial 1)1 -' and a sermon in keep-i -I'ltl couple. K.-lovs i jivi'ii ,u -luiit sym . - ; "Z Wli'' t!"" ,ljV- of i In' pn t;i in (., he p' e -eiiti d : " -' l. it.- ti.f M : --i .i.,.i," lies, i ,, Mi ,li:ior Sini.h and children, who; 1,1 ti-n, i n-iic-t in ric-ntly moved to tow n, are now located ' ',!mi'hM:iViV!,iVrVi;!.ri"e'i':" . in their new home at Sunset cottage. ! M ale l li iu, l,-i S -Jiiii ' ! ',. svii,,,:, . no M.-iie-n.K iinisii hi ,u. Miss l.iz.ie Sculler returned home . I .Meinl.ers '.I I. lull , f ,-,,iii si. M I. ,..,. r TiwH-. h..!... 'i, : Mi& it tu t iiv n eariior K ister vacation M ' nil "'i si M iri'i s am i 1.. e! ill) ' ttluti 0 ll ; I -it : . v'.n: : i' OS u s''V- 'r il ! tildi !' i '. " ii-l si Hi ll , . w !.i,k.- si.i-, " ,,f , . l1 H I 11,1'! I'll . r nil!, I iji.'l .l I.i'ii Siiter. " I In' I.-"- 1. , i . " Km-. i o-i ,- sj, -1 .,-,. she i s ! Th" n lt ' i l.i r ii ti 'tC of t'urnaiii IViiii- "l: '" f ..-ms'm.f," . ni-iiM- i.-e No. .", I. will he held Sunday, April ... i s ,!',"''i..s, Ten Tli.'.ii Ti,.,t ,m! s.'i'w"m ',''''"" . ';vur.V member is nii'tested to he ,ir-s- ; M irOi iiml -oils.,,! imimiH, Coniinny ' as business of importance will be " I'.iMeiiii," Ciniipaiiy t.ratisiicted. 1 It would I he 1 1 I , ii e lie well for all tore i I m-mh . i h.il this I'litertaiiiiiient w ill take r nlnu Mc' irau, of the linn of Taylor & plai'it ram or -hiiie on next Tut" day even- .' McOran. w i'l remain m tow n till about, j Inic, ami i.iore.iyiT 1 1 a the si veral selee- A l,nl 1'' vv'u 'i)(aa;e in business j tion, re.-idei.-d by a I nil orchestra of 11) ''i-aiwhere on ieavmK Sandy Hook. As (Vlhiloid starch'!,. PParl tani- t.iecei is w.ir'h aliitie the urice of admis- 1 tfviously 'tated in the-e columns Mr 8naH' V t,elluloirl starch ,t, 1 earl tapi 1 ' ,. , ' " .' " ni( - , V , ; i, (;,-.,n's il. iei- tiire is , , . r, ,r r , .,1 r, ..n oca best tnmee meat three packages gum. I lie d oih will he open at 7 .10 and 11 I '" l regretted on all . " ,. (, ra -nil -,. in- u,t i; linn 111 11 l!'illli ill i mil- 1 - die circles', as well tt-j axionir the busi- ; ness men of the town. THE SONGS OF DIXIE. W. S. DENSbl, 177, 179 Main St , Derby, Ct. PAINTS ! Wc have the largest stock ot Paints in the eity and haiitlle only the best. Jl you eontem phile usint jjaint, get our prices and color cards. Kopct. Wit cks, Latder, Chains, etc. THE HUBBELL,&WADE COMPANY. 362 Water St. Bridgeport, Conn the pet forinaiice commence at S l." p. in. Tickets cm now he purchased from any of the meniber-i of the club or at Terrill A Uetls' store. Sandy Hook. i V. II. SnitlWi. the i..w,.ir v. ho is i.ir. I A quartet of Jubilee eineers is to give 1 ir.g a si.-ire with rheumatism, i Hill eon- ' H t'0UL'('rt lre on Tuesday evening of AH EX HIBITIOH OF FANCY DRIVING 1 lined 10 his le d. Hi " i ins bu t slo ,vly ( next week, April 7, in the Congregational " ' church. These sirjgers come from Wit- which km. i,i. in Diiii-. iiKsAhi-Ki:. Mr ;tr,,i m ,n-ii,. i. (tonstantine are I bet force, Ohio, and are singing in the in There was an exhibit ion of fancy dnv- , r, j Ms v,.r the rrrival of a son. Mas- ' terens of Payne Theological Seminary, ing at S.indy Hook on Wednesday after- ; ter ; ;on-1 nui ine a rrived in town on Sun- j which is connected with that institution, noon thai is no! olien excellul. John ; ,i i v. '1' i- ent v-ni.o -h i j hence !n' liopp-s Ttiey come bv the strong reconimenda l.eavey I It-rk-i.irc, with Stephent(;rif i to ,.. ;l V)u.r, tion of Bishop W. A. Arnettof the Methc- li.i as a pis-enger, came driving at a - i dist church. They come to Newtown aN high iK'f of sp-, ,i p.t. ! i tic Mine nf War- , 1 1 n y Taj lor of Online, X. J , wili j most direct from several days of singing ner, Tavl'.r A rir ti . The h..!r desired pass K ister Sunday witii lui father. with the annual Methodist conference, to go on tu I- i k-hire. loir I. -un y and his ' , , ' which has just been held in Trinity friend wani-d to go up (ias ntreit ! "arry Orgelm m "f ?uc Methodist church. New Haven. They There wa- a uii-iiiider, ; ana mg some ti- u. risiiei men on . e..u,eday. He do- have a,so be,,n singing in many of the where, and in le,s than a -econd th- car-i" he caught -ne trout wuiglnug l.hurehl!8 of tlli3 vicinity, giving a con riage w.i re'ing im one win-el in a g'iice- j !-' 'I ui'-'i-- ! p-una. ! eijrt in the Congregational church of fulciicle. ii.-i- they went, In r-'e. wag-. l , ,(( vj1(.,.i,.r , f , r , Hrookfi-ld Center on the evening of on and men. The h- r e ami m n w-i , ' ' . .' .'. " March :J I . Their rendition of the old unh.nt, ton the p,.,r carriage was f, '' to c ut ( h.s h...ia b,.di y, last tiin(. p,Hntation wi.oie those songs wrick, there wa . a rush to the scene j v ... which so quaintly expressed the deep re- of the aci iii.-nt. Some one .at on the i Mr- P. Finnell of An-onia U the aest ' i'mious sentiment of the negro race dur lioisis' head, who.' the horse vviis unliar- i ,,f i, ,r I, ... . -,-.,. " Inm rl-.e ihiva of their mmmQuiiMi. will ri''Hsi d and the wrick drggeil away. Tin' -kill nf Mi'xn lt.ic .e and Tavlor win tin.iig'it inio piny, nod il deinoli-hi d wheel was righted. .Mr l. iivey's high spirited eh.i'er tool, a l-iwer g.iit as he drove away. He does nor, fa: cy oii!ti:: circles. ! doutities emptiaiz"? in a new way the it home f or the j truth that religion is the last feeling that A TEAGHSES' MSKflHG Ari.tiur nold i I'. i-ter vacation Ir on .-c'lool duties at can he deadened in the heart, of man. j W iHi.ston seminary, Knstham pton. i The colored people were born with song I ... , ,, . ; . j upon their lips : it is natural for them to Mm. Ju la J4jJj'Ji"teseriou8ly ill ; Mng, and when their voices are well J v';i -ner, Tavlor- & Curtis have made a ' ft,,,i,ied' th('' nlake. 8wet tuelody indeed. ! reituet ion of :! rc on every pair of men'- ! Tn(' admission to this concert i b iys' and children's shoes in their store. "v.lil ,K' - cents ; children under 12 years There will h a t.oicheis' me-ting at i They have put tn a splendid Hue of wall 01 Hge' ccnts- 1 icKets may be Dougtit Urn Academy on Friday, April 10, at 2 ' paper for the spring trade i at the church door on Tuesday evening. o'clock in the afternoon. J. T. Corlew, ! 1 Thf! concert begins at S o'clock. The principal of the High school, Stratford,1 Sp -ci U h.trg lin-,,i- the rule now ia I orocecds go to the work of the Congre will address the teacher noon n-hool ! clothing for men and boys at Wuruer. : gational church. work. Mi (jrace Lake, a teacher in the i Taylor & Curtis'. Thev are furnishing a kindergarten department of the same j day diagonal suit, tor .J12, and English -e'ge ior -si.,. iney mo take orders tor tailor-made suit-, by a New York artist, guaranteed to lie. school, will give a paper upon primary work. These talks will be ot practical value to our teachers, and it, Is hoped the attendance of teachers wiil he large. They will not be rtipjired to make up the time taken for so doit.g. A cordial invi tation is given the public to attend the meeting. HATTERTO WK- Mrs Orlando Piatt and Miss Frances have visited friends in this place. Miss Mattie Fischer rode out, Satur day, for the lir-t time since her severe lllnCKH, Hiram liailow was in Litchfield coun ty, last week, after oxen. He recently sold a pair of handsome cattle to lleury O.horu In U"dding. 10. C. Northrop is working with Car penter George Northrop in Newtown. Congratulations tiave been pouring in on Mr and Mrs Allison P. Hmith on the birth of their daughter by every mail Owing to the serious condition of M S Smith it has been impossible for the "happy pa" to return pergonal ac knowledgement, tie, however, tak 8 r bis opportunity of acknowledging witti thanki the kindly expression of good will. Mrs Smith has been suffering frf m the effects of the nervous shock attend lint upon the birth of her child, and her rendition has alarmed her friends. With the best of nursing and medical care, however, it Is believed her condition will ra'ly Improve. The fees of the witnesses in the Cor-bett-Nichols arson caes are now in the hands of the town treasurer and can be had on application. .Mrs Michael Culhane of Sandy Hook has been seriously 111 since Sunday. There wan some Improvement In her case on Wednesday. R. S. TomJInson bought a fine Morgan stallion at the horse sale In New York, la t week. He is of very stylish build And a great roader. Mr Welch of Newark, N. J., a whole ale dealer in old Iron and metals, has heeo In town, this week.stoppingatTat tor's popular hostelry at the Hook, lie buys largely ot the Itubber factory and otaer concerns. MmiV fs-niT are placing their order fir fprti" Warner, Tavlor A Curtis ha rhe B,dly phophate, and will be g'ad to till larg j snd small or ders. Druggist S. C. Bull wishes wheelmen to 'fni'. that he ha taken thesgeney for tto Columbia and Hartford wheels. He A7ADEMY NOTES- The ladies' prayer meeting will be held with Mrs Giaham. n-xt. Tuesday at 3. The Academy closed yesterday after noon for the Easter recess, and will re open one week from next Monday. E'.am Ii. Corning of Stepney is attend ing the Academy again after an absence of a few weeks. Miss Jessie W. Payne of Sandy Hook has reentered her classes for the spring terra. will bo absent. It is expected that there will be no ser vice in the Methodist church, next Sun day, on accouut of its being conference Sunday, when the minister ana others i Miss Cornelia Beare, preceptress at the Academy, ieic cms morning ior rorimuu, Me,, where she will pass the vacation with friends. Principal William H. Hoyt will spend the greater part of the recess in New York City, returning to Newtown on Fri day, AprilLO. L. B. Lake has been very poorly tht past week. Sherman Crofut has been shut in at home for several days past. Robert Dutcher expects to spend con ference Sunday with friends in New Ha ven . In New Haven County. OXFOED. THE EPISCOPAL. CHURCHES. Services in the Episcopal church in the Center are to be held each Suuday through April at 1 30 p. m., and in the Farms church at 11 a. m. Good Fridav services at St Peter's is to be held at 10.30 a. m. Mrs M. O. Johnson, who has been with her daughter, Mrs W. H. Perry, has re turned to her home in New Brunswick, N. Y. Mrs William O Davis visited with her sister, Mrs F. E Snell, in Ansonis, over Sunday. 'diss Fanny Davis is visiting with her cousin, Miss Etta Snell. in Ansonia. A republican caucus to choose dele gates to the state convention which is to be held in New Haven on April 21 and 22, is to be held in the Town hall on Tuesday evening, A pril 7, at 7 30. At the state convention delegates are to be chosen from Connecticut for the National convention in St Louis. The rain of Sunday had the good effect to draw the frost from the ground and in a few days roads will begin to eettle. The rocks in the roads in Oxford are a -ready settled. Orley O-born has arrived home from Mount, Berruon, Mass., for a fortnight's vacation and Birdsey Sanford is al o home for a vacation from Williston. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria Thepeople no longer doubt the goodness of cur Elack Clay Worsted Suits, ; They buy and send neighbors and friends- It has enabled us to cloths the i people at prices unheard of before- $10 for all wool extra heavy elay worsted suit, in single er double breast sack or cutaway. Other grades for $12-50, i $14, $15, $16 50, $18 50, $20, $24. This department contains the nrst complete lines of sizes that can be found in the city. Sizes 34 to 50 regular-! Long sizs 34 and 44- Stout sizes 34 and 50 No extra charge for special' extra sizes- At $10 yau can buy size 50; at $20 you can buy size 50 at same ! price as the smaller sizes- Same in Trousers, 50 waist or 32 waist, same j price- Any length leg from 27 to 37. Come any time and we can lit you M" " ''"iNtis This department of Black Dress Suits is always complete, always bright and ' T, , sparkling, with the gems of styles Spring Styles of Hats in the leading shapes- choose Youman, Dunlap, Knox, Lamson, Hubbard, Harrington- , . la the Curp-t lit e ijuality and price. Direct from makers a saving of 50c to $1 on each hat- No iobbers' profits ,, , , O'l ' ' unusually good, the other ex- tackedon- From makers to wearer- The saving to wearers. Oar Special Hat $1,90 and $2.40. The equal of any $2 50 and $3 hat in the city- All : n,orUin u ilv low- the leading shapes. Tourist and crush Hats for Men and Eoys. Ken's Tourist Hats, $1.25, $1 45, $1-90, $2-40. Boys Tourist Hats, 75c, $1, SI 25- Special offerings in Laundered Negligee Shirts, 50c and 75c New shapes in collars on each. Extra good values- A few Winter Overcoats at $10 and $13.50; worth double. An extra ef fort to avoid carrying them over-4 Spring lines of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats now in. HIED. H. READ COMPANY, BRIDGEPORT, - CONN. Tiiilor-mar'e Suits, Separate Skirts and On pes. Hut bardiy any two tell the -' iij story, xceptir.g maybe that the po-iMhilitie? are great. JOHN F. KEANE & CO 349 Main Street, corner John strer t Bridgeport, Ct. (. hcviots. The demand fur a high grade cheviot appear? greater this season ( than ever. To meet this demand we j have imported, from two of the largest .Scotch manufacturers, the very newest ' i fleets in light cheviots, Oxford madrr.3 ! and basket webV-'S ; price 10 and 33 cents a yard. Wash Goods department. 1890, il. saris :e3ht, i83S. GRAND SPRING OPENING ! SATURDAY, MARCH 28 AND MONDAY, MARCH 30 IN In our Millinery Department you will find all the latest Novel ties, including Ribbons, Laces, Flowers, Fancy Ornaments, etc. Cloak and Suit Departments. All the latest styles lin. Spring Wraps, Sacques, Suits and Skirts; also a fine assortment in Silk styl(;? Waists. We are carrying a better line of good sthan we have ever ' beat wearing waist? on the market, shown heretofore. You are invited to call and inspect. No trouble : to show gOOdS. Dainty Kaster Gifts, at the Jewelry Gloves special shades for Easter special shades for new gowns and tft'-'cts. Put them on your ouying memorandum 'Monarch' Shirt Waist?, for ladies. One of the largest and prettiest assort ments ever shown ; newest fabrics and Considered the best marie and M. STERN. 185 MAIN STREET. Mrs Emily Watson, a sister of Isaac Mason, a former resident, spent two nights in Sandy Hook, lat week, and was entertained at Maplcton. Mrs Emily A. Ii ninett goes to Nc-v Haven, this week, to spend a few days at i he session of the Xew York Eat coc-fe-ence. S Ins E. Kali-child Is still In feeble health, but his friends Rie glad to se him walking out short distances whenev er the weather Dd hi strength permits Terrlll, Betts & Co. invite the ti-her-tuen to visit their store. They have a tine line of fishing tackle, and ready to hear the fish s t'iries. You'll find all the noo styles in Ea-iter hats and ties at K. U. Beers 3fc Go's. Dry goods at city prices for sale by M irris. Call and look at the samples llusd E. F. Hawley's adert!ement f y cash bargains, thti week. Evapora'td peaches 8c, Caro in i rice 4c, York Stat corn 5o can, soda crackers 5c, gingpr DKAKKESS CANNOT BE CI RED bf iocal spnlleiitlonR.ftsthoy cannot rtibthf (Haoasml portion ot the ear. There tacm-Ivone way to cure deatnesa anil that is by constitu tional remedies. L)e.afns Is cause ftyan i ftftmeil tiomlltion o' the mucous Hm-ntf of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gwtninflam eil you haven rurnbllnif dounil or Imperteet bearing, Rnd wla it la entirely eloaei Deal m,m tn the result, ami unleHi the iutlamnia. tion 9n be taken out anil thla tube restored to It" normal condition, hearing wilt be des troyed forever; nine ease o it ot tun am raus'iil by catarrh, which Is nothing but an In . flamed condition of the miieoua surface. We will flve line Hundred Dollars for any cane of DuatneMS (caused bv catarrh) that ck. not be mired by Hall's (J at ami Cure. Send l!wr circulars, tree. P. .1. (ill KN K V A CO., Toledr O. tf Sold by DruKgialH, Tm. Miss Nellie Symington of New Haven has been passing a few days of vacation from school duties at the home of Mr and Mrs S. S. iScudder in Dodgingtown district. George it. Wilson, of Taunton district, injured his :rm on the wagon, recently, and has been suffering from the effects, of bloc d poisoning. F. E. Eenham, the hustling Waterbury horseman, has ; an important announce ment, elsewhere. Horsemen are especi ally invited to give it attention. Do not forget that the dissolution sale is still going on at Taylor & McGrau's. Thev are having a big drive on their $2.Si springs. Only a few more left. Having made arrangements with one of the largest dry goods houses in the state I am prepared to take orders fo anything in the line ot dry goods, oil cloths, etc. .Morns, tne leading grocer. Choice Queen olives In bulk, only 40c quart, pickles 50c hundred, at E. F. Haw ley's. Complete line of fishing tackle at special cash prices, just In at E. F. H&i ley's. C. W. Hawley. the Bridgeport hard ware merchant at 4-17 Main street, has a new advertisement telling about the cel ebrated Gibbs' Imperial plow, the b st plow in the world. Mr tiawiey seeps a full line of everything for the farm in tools and machinery. BRD3GEWATEK. Hugh Fee, who has been quite sick dur ing the winter, having suffered from ap pendicitis, Is some better and hopes are entertained for his complete restoration to 'health. The children of Mr and Mrs T.ee ruck 25 HORSES 25 TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION! TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 189, AT F. E. BENHAM'S, 308 N. MAIN STREET, WATERBUBY. Nr 1 H.nd 2. riRlr of black mares, low down hlocka. well matched. 6and 7 years old, weight 2 9 .0 lbs. Bay horse, years, weight 1,300 lbs. Bay mare, 8 yeais, i,sz3iDS, ana an exxr goou one. Bay Horse, o years, weignt. i.ouu h;b, good coal cart horse. Dapple (tray ma-e, aood chunk. vears. weierht 1.250 lbs. Black horse, good block, 1 450 lbs, 6 years old Gray mare, 5 years, 1,100 lbs. Brown mare, 6 years l,auuiu8. naymare,oyBttiii, wiu, tw men chunk. Bav hors. 5 vear3. l.!60 lbs Bay horse, 5 years. 1 ,100 lbs. Browu horse. 7 years, 1,400 ids. Kay norse, years.i muiiw, good block. Black horse, 8 years, welsrht 1 .250 lbs. Bav mare. 7 years, weieht 1 ,3 0 lbs. good family mare. Bay horse, 6 years, weight 1,140 IDs. Uray pacer, o years, weignt i.uouiua. 3ay horse, years, 1,100 pounds. Bay mare 5 years, weight 975 lbs nice driver. Bay horse, 6 years, 1,200 lbs Bay horse, 6 years i .son ihs. and several second band horses. Horses will arrive Saturday morning and can be seen and tried .in all harness np to date nt sale The usual two dey' trial given, and horses net as represented cn be turned and the meney will be refunded. 8ale to take place, rain or sbine, and commence promptly at 10 o'clock. Jr. tu. HMHaM. WARN I KG Is hereby givn totle legal vot r nt t.h own of Newtown, that a spec tal town meeting will be he'd at the T-wn Hull eald town on Saturday. April U,1898,at- o'clock p to. tor the purpose ot taking Into consideration tne an- lsaDiiuy oi uumuug Iron or wooden bridge, near the residence of Kames key in Land's End district, nd to appropriate funds to defray the cost ot same; also t appropriate funds for the purpose of rebuilding an abutment at the iron bridge near the residence of the late Dennis Cavan. augh in Pohtatuck district; also to take into considaration the advisability ot increasing the appronriation for mnintaining and keep, ing in repair the h ghways of the town the present year, and, if necessary to instruct the selectmen to borrow money lor the above purposfts and doing any other proper dufi ncss I W1LWAM H. GLOVER, THOMAS J. WRADLEY, HENRY G CURTIS, Selectm-n ot RUGS, CARPETS, ETC. $2.75 Rugs reduced to 2.50. A big ill ive in Brussels Carpeting at 75c a yard. Cocoa Door Mats :15c were 50c, and 5oc were 00c. Big value in Ingrain Carpeting at 50c. LADIES' SHOES. Regular J-2 Patent Leather Tip Ladies' Shoes, we are selling them Ior 1.S. Reg ular $2.25 Shoes for $2. Give us a call. WARNER, TAYLOR & CURTIS, SANDY HOOK. FISHING TACKLE, That will make a sportsman's heart, jump with Joy; lines, reels, sinkers, hooks ami poles; best sinkers ever usi il-a new kind. Finest gut, trout ana bass nooks ever seen in the city , made to order by an expert. Pocketbooks to carry all the lHUe tilings in to keep them together where you can Unit what you want the very minute you need it. Prices right on everything. department; odd, neat and bpautiful no expensive either. As pretty a line DANBUR . CONN. t0 choose from as you'll find in a whole day"s shopping. And we'll li THES S PRICES FOR CASH ONLY ! ;p you Raisins 5 ll. 2f.c, Prunes, I lb for -23c, choice . select if there's any doubt regit! din, 2 lbs -J.-fC ; Clmns, :1 cans 2.V ; Condensed Milk, cms 25c ; Salmon, choice,. 2 cans J.V ; Corn, . -nice Be can ; Rice Mix Pure. Spice, Sciir It. ! ll"u-e- Pure linking Powder, 2-ic lb. Best Oat Flakes. h ll ior 2ic; .1 oiiiatoes, choice, -. cans J-.c: ; Mallard, :i l-vls 2k-; strip Cod, 7c lb: hue Herring, 4c lb; Soap, 7 bars 2"e ; Hakcd l'.eans 2 cans 2"c ; lluryeas Corn siat eti, lbs 25c: Choice I lolon. or .Japan Tea, 35c lb: Collee, 25 to :;sc lb; Nnti-iotoiie, best tor your stock. At : the Old Stand. Fine Organdies, very choicest select ions in French designs; patterns that are particularly suited to this beautiful fabric, 2" to 40c. a yard. New Swisses, white grounds and col ored spots exclusive colorings, 50c. a yard. Black Sateen Skirt aniline black warranted: a Sfl.00 skirt for 73 cents. With the 'Keystone Beater," the work of an hour is reduced to one minute ; the -iviEg one-half. Daily exhibitions in the Crockery department. In the Crockery and llousefurnishing department we are seeling 10 qt. retin i:ed bread raisers, extra special, for 2.x;. Japanued tea and coffee c.ins 1 lb. 5c Jib. So. Zinc covered wash boards, full si. 10c. regular 25c. goods. Fibre water pail?, l'Jc. Granite iron ware at the lowest price3 any w here White porcelain covered vegetable dishes, 2")C. each. Step ladders, 4 ft, lite. 5 ft. .7.1.2. Carpet beaters, 10c. Brass bird cages, i;;e. up. Gas globes, 25c. a new lot ju-t i:i. OSo. jardinieres for -l!ic - special sale at a special price. Haviiand china dinntr and tea sets, and a full line of farcy pieces. Percales in dark grounds. An entire ly new feature is the printed warp fleets; a most satisfactory cloth for house d: esses because the co'ors are v ar-uMted f 'i t -'12 inches wide, 12 1-2 cvi.r ; a j ard. E. H. DILLOH k CO., A. B. Fanchcr, I I II MILLINERY! ISAAC D- HALL0CK, ! it has always been our rule to make the very lowest prices on Hydraulic Engineer, goods when most in demand; this week's exhibition includes the finest collection of Easter Millinery ever seen in this city and at prices that are one third to one-half less than corresponding qual ities elsewhere We will mention a few of the Easter Bargains. WARNER ll'L'D'G., BRIDGEPORT. Water Works, Mill Dams, Wnti r Win el Pmni'H:; Systems, Llot Air Pump-, das Enui'-e-1, Pollers ant1 Eiil;;:i. Ne-v an.l SL-eon.l Ham'. nTs7- Spring Sliapes! Fine Hair Braids. 42e THE Rider Sherwood Co 444 WATER ST., BRIDGEPORT, UT. Telephone Call, 546-i. DISTRICT OF IS'EWTOWPi ss. riouaie iuuu, March 81, 18t. Estate of CHARLE' SKIDMORE late ol Newtown, m said District, deceased. Upon application oi unino ' omu MORE praving that an Instr iment in writing ,..,i.,.;t. i.otiiA last will and testamem ol said Cbarlea Skiduioie. deceased, umy be proved, approved, auoweu mm uwunnu.. probate as per application on rile more lully appears, lt Is iiRiiKRRii-Tliiit, said application be heard and determined at the. Probate Oiliee l N,.wtnvn in said district, on Hie bit ikv nt Atiril A. D. 189(1, at 10 o'clock in the lorenoon, and that notice be given ol the pendency ot said application and the time and p'ace of hearing thereon, by pub lishing the same one time in some newspa per having a circulation in said district, and by posting a copy thereol on the public sign post in the town ol Newtown m tan dis trict M.J. BRADLEY, Judge. It is a tunny mime but ijimlity makes goo.! nouular. When-viiv mi::i: lintier is used the buyer aoon becomes proud to have it under-! ol. n,.or,r oilnr 1Q mnrlli "if t..i. To,, i,,,t. u ,.,..! tr..,iit.n mi-., i.nvin- ice Strew chapes, every color, iac wortn ooc- it more and more ami whenever n is sold tnm i roorth 6 'c- New Fine Fancy Braid colors and black 69c worth SI. Flam i'ies ot ilelieate tas'c ore er it to other butter. . J. , . , no . ono - ..n, e hav just s... -uri-d'two iarg.; iion.s tiut ! and Farcv S'raws ii every shape and color, from 988 to i ao, every ore wortn will !i""t; il I'lij I'll, ;t 11 (..; f n.' i (. j ' i n. r i iiu l nmin i l zc ouncn worm oc 15c " 29c- withFoiace 25c 42c- " " 3Sc " ' 62c. ' ' 4Sc " " 75c. .All our fl-ior flowers marked proportionately. Wide Silk Persian Ribbon?, 25c, 38c- 49c, worth double- We always make Trimmed Hats a specialty, our stock is larger than ever with most exquisite creations. several new pat.-ons. just begim-intr to brii milk. SS'e uiv agoo.l priee tor milk but nni-t have it sweet. "SOL'TH KlilTAlX CREAM-EltV. 50 per cent more Fine Silk Roses Fine Rose Sprays T0U CAN SAVE MONEY! by luii inn; your i ro( (,-ri tj., Drurs a?il Pal i' 1 Metlicine.-i at J I :i id's. No nejtl of troin to t ho city Un- tlicui an hi a prices arc as low and t-v. en'lowur than city priced W. N. IiURD'S, STEPNEY DEPOT, CONN WAGONS CARRIAGES Come an1 se the Wajrnns antl Bug r'ef we have on hand Popular prions an i rjuirl sales. Now is the time to buy. D- G- BEEES & CO., Newtown, Conr. HOW BE YOUR TLOWS ? It you nectl a new one remember the old Bta:uUjVd. the WAKELEY & R0XBURY PLOWS. We have the new plows and all the parts tor them, .so il you can't get Ihem of your dealer, or prefer to gret direct, the Dest easMngs c n the market, drop us a line. W & H. BR0NSON. Roxbury- Ct . IlK SALli Mare, 6 1-2 years old, sonnii, . gentle, Jree ilriver, tine ladies' liorse; also one, tre.ntleinau's horsf , threat roadster, sound in said district, on tne stU and all right. . These horses will be sold rtifhl as 1 nave no use ior mom. tan or auuress. II. VV. FANCIIKR, Hawleytille, Conn. IO R RENT - The William Osborn place on N'elvet street, near Mill river, 60 acres ol land and good buildiiiffs. Rented with or without the. farming tools, situated 2 miles from Stepnev Deput Want to rent it netore May 1. Apply at nee to WILLIAM OSROHN, Stepney Depot, Conn. DISTRICT OF BRIDGEPORT, ss Probate Court, March 2U, 159B. Estateof GEO. N. TYRRELL late ol Mon roe, in said district, deceased. The Court ol Probate lor the District ol Bridgeport, hath limited & allowed B months from the date tiereol, lor the creditors ol said estate to exhibit their claims lor settlement. E. H. DILLON & CO. 360 & 362 MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. DISSOLUTION SALE! At Taylor & MeGran's Only a short time left before we will have all our stock sold out- Do not wait until the bargains are all gone- Come now and get your choice We have a large assortment to select from: Springs, Mat tresses, Dining Chairs, Easy Rockers, White and Gold Chairs, Single Beds Chambers Suits, Parlor Center Tables- Pictures, Easles, Mirrors, all must go below cost- Do not miss this sale if you are in need of anything in the furni ture line. We have sold a good deal. We are selling every day. Come and sae what a little money will do- We reluse no reasonable offer- We want the money, consequently we must seU the goods at any price. TAYLOR & MCGRAN, SANDY HOOK, CONN rrv.Qo -urVts. ntartrt. to nrsen t, t heir accounts properly attested, whiuo. sain nme, win ue aeoarrea a recovery All nt-.raons Indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment to Sarah A. Peck, Administratrix. DISTRICT OF REDulNG ss. Probate Court, March 28, 1898. Estate ot JAMES and ELIZA. SANFORD, late of Redding in said district, deceased. The court ol Probate tor the district ot Redding hath limited and allowed 6 months rrom the date hereo! tor the creditors ot said estate to exhibit, their clalir for set tlement. Those who neglect to pi lent then accounts properly attested, witbin iaia time wIU be debarred a recovery All persons in debted to eaid estate are requested to make immediate payment to TURNEY SASFORD, Executor. FY a cininfllA ttlllrfrv Am) llATTieSS that I Will ln.tha ,V,na otnf.l.nl- aifli A. VlAdrOOtn ln.iu have been on trie sick list,requ Ir'wg j s,Sjt, t, seii very cheap, a. H fiiESCii, step- OR SALE One borss 8 ears old ; 1 cow, sbotea. BlRDSJSr i5JSARLi.i!.x, muo HU1 MIDDLE A(?el woman desires a DOit. fV tion to do hmwework. Address X. Y. care The Bee Office, Newtown, Ct. FOR SALE Broadview Farm, situated ote mile north of Botstord derot. 90 acres ol excellentland, saltable lor dairy stock, fruit or truck tarming, 24 acres oi meauow, bia ani-fm in clover, ffood snrines. tour wells, ex tensive orchards, 160 trees; young trees, 845 peach, 115 apple, 60 pear, oo Japan sun au ronean dIdiu, 24 quince. Fine nine room house, two large barns water at bam, lari? sheep stable. Rare mrHdinar site. View un. surpassed. JOHN H. CHAUTEMS, Botsfoid Conn. . FOR 8AL.E 4 young fresh eowa and several forward springers, a good lot to select trom. and prices riffht. F. S. PBISBIE. Brock lie Id Center, Conn. LOST A shawl at or In the vicinity of the Baptist hall. Eastou, on the night of the social, March 23. A reward to the finder, SitORGE 3. BANKS, Eaaton, Ct wNi y 7 t have a sound ana genne nortni. h p ijsioiau's attention. i uey Depot, Conu. FORS'iLE Hand some dapple gray mare, 7 vears old. works anywhere, good driver; weight 1050 pounds fine young guernsey cow, one in pru, n n straw, nay. seen potatoes. ji. jx.i.v tems, tsoisiora. rOVA SCOTIA PLASTER -I shall have on i.y nana a supply ol Nova scoua nosier and orders sent in early will be attended to OFFICE TO RENT Over K. U- Beers & Co -s store two rooms, lor terms apply to R II. BEERS, Newtown, Conn. FOR SALK-An excellent tract ot grazing land, fittv-two acres watered by never, lailing springs ; a quantity ot wood and tim ber thereon ; two miles sou hwest ot the vil lage ot Newtown, on main road to Betlii will be sold cheap to close an estate. WII L1A.M N. NORTHROP, Administrator. March 24, 1896. FOR 8ALF-2 lull blooded Berkshire boar pigs 7 months old, 2 spayed lull bloo tnl Bull terrier pups 3 months olf, 1 trio silver Spangled Hamburgh, 1 pen barred Plymouth Rocks, 8 second hand buffalo skins in good order, IS Silver Spangled Hamburgh egs by express to anyone lor f l. ivr.iN.-Nci ocnij"- UORD, Aew i reston, FORS'LE IfK) bush seed potatoes true to name New Queen raised Irom seed direct from Jin ard, Oiirabou, Maine, last sevson; not scabby or a-y other imperfection ; Iwu experience the best potato I can find. Give me an order. B. R. BRADLEY, Roxbury, Ct FOR SALE A lit'er ot the nicest pig in town, ready to go. Come and see tiie r. HOMER E. CLARK, Monroe, Conn. MADGE'S RACKET, SS.so.i Jersey bull tor service. Grides and thoroughbreds, tl, common fPc. UEOKGE W. NORTHROl', Palestine Dist let. Newtown. FiRM FOR SALE The tarm ot the late Aaron Tread weil, consisting of 125 acres ot good and product ve land ; large house aud convenient barns and other outbuildings, 1 1.2 miles north of Redding Center, very near to P tnam Park. Good markets in Bethel and Dinbury. About Si) acres meadow, pro. tie MOV ED To im F airfield Ave. corner XV Broad St. THE MISSES HOLCOMB Bridgeport. Conn. First-class table board by the day or week. Pinner 25c. "VTOT1CE Until further notice I wil be at IN tne Town Clerk's office on every S&tux day afternoon lrom 1 to 4 o'clock, foi the purpose ot receiving taxes. ROBERT A. CLARK, Collector, Newtown, KovemDer 9, I?H5. E EPA IRS FOR CROWN RANGE Always on hand. Best stove on market. C. K. OS BORNE, Southbury, Conn. Three second hand stoves for sale. WANTED A few bushels ol potato onio s Address, BOX 212, Stepney Depot, Conn. IjiGGS For Hatching, lrom barred Plymouth ll Rochs. Hawkins strain, 15 for 50c. S. P. BRINSMADE, Daniel's rarms, Trumbull. ducmg good crops oi nay. lnisiaim is con ittanted Everyone to take advantage oi sidered one ol the best in town . For sale lhe ftt Siaughter in prices ior the next with the above it desired or separate, 1.15 2o days of Watches. Diamonds, Jewelry, Sil- aeres pasture land known as the Jarvis tarm, TerwJare etc. JOHN H. RE ID, Jeweler, 43 lying about one mile from homestead also w t Bridgeport, Conn. 92 acres ot w oodland east ot Couch Hill, ad. . iacent to the Newtown road. 10 acres wood " " " ,irio,,eo r Theron E. Piatt. r AN S Y SEED Finest mixed . only 10c. trial This is an opportunity to get a very desirable A package. C. E. OSBORNE, Stepney, Conn. FOR SALE 96 acres of land, divided Into meadow, pasture and woodland, situated home at a reasonable price. HILL, Administratir. WILLIAM H. FOR SALF A good vonne new milch cow. GEOEGE ME VERS, Hattertown, Conn. WANTED A middle aged woman lor gen erai housework -small hotel. Call or Address, JONES HOUSE, Brooklield Junction Conn. The plaster will be ground fine in bags ol 1UO 108 eacn, ana guarantefa equal n any Agent tor Stockbridge manures. I am anx ious for. and fully appreciate "-hat trade I can secure- WILLIAM O. JOHNSON, New town . mo RKNT Two tenant, houses in a good lo- X cation where a man can get. plenty of work; also tor sale l good work norse. pair good drivers. S. SANFORD, Redding Ridge. FOR SALE Pair of oxen 4 years old. weU m itched, weight 2600 lbs. H R. WHEEL- ER, Easton, conn. FEED AND GRAIN A lair commission This yon are willing we should have. Notice quality nrst, men prices, inu see ii you do not receive good return ior your money an our giaiu auu iodu u..... . -"-n el ot oats weighs S2 lbs. A bag ot oats weigh 80 lbs. WILLIAM C- JOHNSON, Newtown. fKHt SALE V tenement house suitable lor on Pepper Street, near Edson Tarney's it be two lan.ilies, situated on Dayton street, ing land belonging to the estate oi Abel Haw- spring water in ine uuusc yuu rv. . . . i . . iey, jr. xuiuixo oi o. i. xxaxco, owpucjr. qtlll D Ui .,,. 3. L l , Kjn.n.Aj .uuub., A FARM OF 75 ACRES More or less with building thereon, located about 1 1-2 tnilrfs lrom snetton Depoi.posioince.eourcues high school, tc, 8-room house, nearly new, desirable property; sure to increase in value. Inquire ot HORACE WHEELER.Shelton, Ct., March 17, 1896. s TANDARD BRED White Wyandottea, Knapp strain yards headedbv males direct from Knapp Brothers, Fablus, N. ., area ior size and points, eggs i, i-oo per ia. .u. a. TRASK, Middle.burv- Conn. DRESSMAKING Ladies will And my work and fitting to t heir satisfaction. All gar menta cut bv system. Prices moderate, MRS PAUL BE LOT, Botatord, Conn. FOR SALK-Good butter cow; also Regis tered Cheshire how, and Rural New Vork er seed notaioes at tl 50 per barrel. II. W. WRIGHT, Newtown. FOR SALE OR TO RENT A" good larm of 75 acres, good buildings a"d well watered, well stocked with fruit, situated in Head ol the Meadow district, two mile west ii New. town street. Inquire of ARTHUR L. PECK,, Newtown, Conn. - POKBPNT-Double hoiir on Curtis Hill. J? Enquire MRS L. 1. CURTIS, Sandy ilook. FIR SALE The farm belonging to the late J. Hobart Mallett, containing about 100 acres, situated in the west part of the town ol Trumbull, IS 4 miles from Long Hill station on the Berkshire Division, 1 1-i miles from postofflce, 7 miles from the city of Bridgeport near school and church, suitably divided into meadow and pasture land, never lailing water, large two story bouse, two barns with shed containing 2i stalls, one-naif box, other necessary buildings. The farm has been nsed r 20 years tor boamin gentlemen's driving horses, summer and winter. Would make a gno& milk farm. Address MRS J. HOBART MALLETT, Long Hiil, Conn. FIR 8 ALE Ea-irs for hatching, from Light Brahmas, Plymouth Rocks, Silver Laca Wrandottes, Black Spanish. Bnff nd White Leghorn, l lor 5. HAWLEY A LAKE, Box 42, Hawleyville, Conn. 'VO RENT A furnished cottage with mod 1 era Improvements, on the main road from the station to Newtown Street, opposite of William Terrtll's. Possession given at one. Kn.imre ot WILLIAM l.KOSAKl) ol Dick's Hotel or adddreas MARY K. DIoK, Newtown.