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TUSH IT ALONG ! W t- part irularly ilt-niio title wcuk, to call y - in ai t nt if in to t: r "HANDY" WAGON It ict ly hltH I In- -)Ut ill) In; tn ci r.ml I iu Wm -. ii Mi 1 l.'M l! - 1 1 1 w w 1 1 t I v til' it 1 1 . ! 1 1 11 1 1 i i I h . , a 'i - i U si mi -1 n- w l.-i ii lov pi i.--.l w n W i . . . u ir i .1 T!u- i licst ( imUi-i i.il I.- II .'.l in it h i-i nisi i ti 1 nm , it " well 11 n ihIhiI, I hui. I inn-1 v ;i int itin! in ll-i inuiir iiii'ii iilc N :t "II. truly' w a;;' mi i u ryvsliiit' I In- limit ln'.-l iuc .'' iiH'ln--, hiti'i IhtIm t. iiirhi - hi'ti, .; 1 l lii iiirirs .-ivi-in-, .; I ' 1 J inch lii.-- tutl i ' 1 1 ' i p Imi . Will ikii -h'"i 1 ' -i unywli.'ic om I i n l ii will ilniw II. U ii Iih list if -.'l i l ;i Clll l-'iul Ol Wii:'!!-, ( AN 'I W I'. I NT K H KS I' U out'- lie- -Hully. EVITTfi & MOB, Cor- Main and Cl-trch ctroet, NEW MILFORU, CONN. I-. 1. 1 l is. . r si r p.. w (i barton &co., In I I . Hi A Mall NEW MILFORD, CONN MILLhNKRY (iOODS A II i eii.ly l"i I in' -pi in,; ' i ii. I.' with III.' ilm in k III M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' I' I . i h i . e i e I in i is 1 1 III Ni" M iltni d, an.l e pet I iiiiHiii. n Ill HMi'llillllli l.o trim 1 1 . i ! Uonin miiii ,m better Urn .Vfl' I.. I.H.'. wash GOODS. We lia .' ii,l iUi .. nr i i.iiiil.'i nil I In IllllMl So il I ll'i 111 Ol Hill ni I"-. .1 llll II l."-,lllW III CII'IIHH, pelellil'M llll.l K I HI! Hi! Hli- A -Ulllll lllll' III in lll.'ll I. Il l.'l I 111,'-. Ill -i'. SHIRT WAISTS. .)llt fipriH'.l a lai line o! the rlclil ill v ' Stanley Shu t v, hi' Ii lor !-?le tin. I li can't hi t 'j i ml Ici I . V Imhih! ilirr! it tin l linker a n 1 1 on i pal t on iel tin- bene lit in price. W hat on mil . at on i Mi - n- a: h ! lrW Try u- aiul -nee. W.G. BARTON &('().. nil.; i' h i i, ii i nil i ! is Hi n'st-:. NEW MILFORD. CONN HOUSES! If you want a good driver or worker, or a pair ol DRIVERS & WORKERS, You Can Find Them At BBDTH AUTS , It N. MAIN rtT , W ATKRMUY. Drink Pure Watrr ami Enov Hood Health y Using Uhi BUCKET PUMP AND WATER PURI FIER! Beat on Karth tor Wei la am! Cisterns. Kor Sale byj HENRY FOULOIS, Washington Depot Conn. CARL BADER, WASHINGTON DEPOT MARKET, Washington Depot. A F I.'" o Meat Alwaya on Iliinil. Game In t Seaaon. Meat Always ol Prime Quality and Prices Heaaonable. Farmers, Attention! Car Seed Oats Juet In; All iada Fertilizers & Phosphates Bradley'. Mapes', etc- Prkea Down to Hard Pan. Write foi prices. IL R. STONE. SoutMmry, Ct THH NEWTOWN MK HlIU.il, tl-IAL SO, l-"d . ; t ',. . liAST W-'..'r, - LiteJi'i( Id Coui'.t v News. KEW MILFORD. COiili t l(.i iK.s I Ii NS AII'UT J1II.I.IM.UV. 'I'lii' f priutc ami i iiin'iicr oiti'iii: n i f iniHiiirrv ul Mi- II. C (.iltii ri's pii'li-r, whs ow! of the picttii'sf (.'Vst cxliitiin'cl t hrr piiilnr. ' I ' 1 1 ri'om h tn ti luily ilifornli-il wit Ii i'i! t. il jilni I -, kinclU i-'ii-triliuti it liy l)ii-:ni. -n d a Imr illl'lll if llll'-, lii'litl..! -n-ii lilU 1 IIPIiil il. vvi're in?ii-rti(l liy til" runwii.iii- vi-iini. AlIlDDf 'li'' H'.!:iH' -ll.'lj'. i- tl.r vi-u-ii- tinii, ii l.-i i jf i' Imi s i 'ii f 1 1 ! Il 1 1 ii j i i ! i mil wilh l n in il i II 1 1 . tiiiHii.ril wiili Imilv ami n il vilvci iil'liup. .A No ill,' inc -1i;iic in yt liiiw fiiiiiiiHtl wi'li )i 'tii vl vrl, ei In yi. grvi-v , .-,y m,ii hiu.' Iiai'lii' Un s tni' t.i'ii-1. A vri y p-i'i ', li'.tl'-Kri'iic h h.ii is ni:ii!i. of Mi,. !iuii- -tiaw ii, brown, liiinniid wlih i vi'i-n iui.i lnnwn vinjj-, sioiiini; ti'i- ..! '.i ilic biiik u ii h t v, i-i i.i vi hot in il.i iriiii r of points l.-ister.cd with i mil -! ; '. ju.il pearl or u it n en t . pink, K r t 1 1 uml drown riscs fulliiij; (into the luiir on tiio left, iih- of li.uk iu.it til.'uk lari'onll.r liyhi ,-iilr f i -! cm il with nil ornaiiit-nr. I.;ut nw inni-h to he ui d t tic i-oininu- -i :. , ii. the iippliinio. in hliuk ami w hiti-In-,, vi i y ilc.-iriihli'. Ki"wi-rs in piolu-iou . : 1 1 hi- urd on ni'a! ly all (.he huts, the pit tty Kngli-h violets till eoininti to ttie front. Amonj; tin new ribbons, one of the newest is a libhon with the Aimiieitn boituty rose wi haii its riehm-ss of color woen in. Annlher has pan-ii--, ami a very desirable ribbon conies in black and white stripes. V.hni stones mid pearl oi nanieiils are niiMlv u-ed. Miss (.iltiert ami her assi-tant, Mi-s Krwin, A-ill kimiiy w elconie ai I w be wish to in-pect the siirinrf st li s and promptly attend to all orders left to be tilled. A III M W A V A I I 1 1 il- N 1 . A i.d 1 1 i . I ; i roe -, i ni r t-s i eein- (1 f . i- I ' .v!..lo;.SI a Mi Oi!" i f in- ti ml it i ! si-l. l-t Ini'l', w Ii i!c ii'i I , i . May t.cliU-ih. n'diy iiii-r.,i! . i, i emu i-i i: i, U by ;.i, s!ep danyhu-r. i il'lie u irl f -i Veil '' 'ifihl p-ai .-I s r . ,, d i ,ti! ni Lev j '.- i.cA- i ;, and l.-lt his -i,-.,, while In- ran into the i Dice, l.-avin it: Ii: lie a in tin' nuijiiii. Whjc li,' , iii,e tie- dour i:iiiiiii d. ni tki' t- -neb a n I -e I hill r -! ,i- ti ii I t.c in -i ('.' i r,.n npl5.uk -lieil.lbe wti).ti t-:kir -n i.-'lll Water llMlllliil II...-' I !l.. vi b.c c a' i! tore .v ! he I ' t !c i-ii i oui. vl-(.w,i- cm, I a joi id lb a I ami hiui-eii -n.iie. .slu- w -tiiken into the exprc--, lii.-e ai.il pr -n -r-ly ciucil for and her ii juries were 1 ,ui,d to be not very -erimi -. I in- dor-. clcred it-clt from I lie e ill i.j-.i when i: t : uck tin- b il , ai, : .-i-d i- a - il i 1 1 ! , caiit;bl mar the ; - c -inete y, ih.i much ii j ii i d. and ,. a- Ii e cli- d t i .ilher i-'i.i'ii!', wln-ii Mr lliin - w i mi home with ibei 1 nu -i u s I, i,- K s ' - e-- lll'ill Ml.il 11 i;; 'l I 1. 1 t 1 e - r : r l ll , . i r . Ol A 1 II ill 1 I t W A l;l' 111! I.Alih I'. I a aid Italia d. a h i h i- been n clei k III !be :..; Iiii,j -t,i, - II... i.i . Mi M i'.i li lor I be pi-1 two or I !i ree i :ir . u ,k tak en i : I one . u eek nun it K. id n and tint b-'. knew of hn u il hi (I.-atii ca - 1 1 pi n 1 1 d ni .Na; ii , ,i i , i lv -ijie la . set, in and i.iii-r 1 1 phoid t. ve ,nu-i a I i- ijaiie smlil'-n d.-ath II,- leave- a a iilow- to in, iiiii ii I-i - l i , 1 1 her -imp -tlii. -r- are many. The timer- I im.k jilicefiom liis late re-'d-i,ci', M n oiy itternoin, I his week. 1 1, is-:.ii il.a'he iva' a ini iebi r i I ihe I . i i t; I t - e! Hum i and liad an i iMirance jreicy- i n hi ,',!, for SJIItnl. t ill-. .sl'I.CIAI. luyvN Ml I I IN.,, 'i he town inei lini; called for .Satuid iy last, April I, was biii-ly attended ai d did not. amount to ainthii in particu lar, 'i'he road and bruise ipje-tion was left with the M-lict.nen ;o act as they had dune in the pa-t lew yeais, leltii g some of tile load- by cnntri-ct where the road nnichiiii; cannot he u-ed but the main hi-jhw'uys are to be woikeii by tiic inachine The ln-t t vo tow ri meetir-tjs have been unwi-ely called by it few ids satitli -dtax payers and votet - and they were not sustained by a larj: majnity at each meeting. I.AM SVlI l.t, AM) VIC'IMI V. .laniee Osboni lias moved from Isaac Northrr p's faun to tlie 1'iwii farm. Mr Hiierwooil and family are still liv ing on the VVeiton farm. (j. L. Hamlin spent a few days, last we k, in ISiidgeport and attended the wedding of his son, Geoige Hamlin, to Miss Sadie .Junes of the former place. Mr and Mrs, lames Kreler of Bridge water have been at Fred Warner's. George UauJin and bride came, Fast day, to spend a few days with his parent, Mr and Mrs G. L. Hamlin. Kdward I'atterton of N'.-w Milford was driving through our streets, last Sunday. Mrs It A. Cantield has been quite in disposed from the i il" etn of a severe cold. NOHTI1VII.LK AMI VICINITY. " Hev Mr Kamsay from the Newton theological pcminary, who preached on Suuday, will remain here during the week and preach again on Sunday, April V2 Come and hear him. Mrs Luddington and Miss Emma left for New Haven, Friday evening. Miss Grace Priudle spent Good Friday with her aunt, Mrs Pliny Squires. Uev Mr Luddington attended the Gog. pel mission in New Milford, Tuesday evening. John Flojd will move to Wellavillr, this week. Will, Lcvinaa has taken a position at gardening In New Haven Ea' tor SpndaT, although quite cool, wast a pleasant day w ith us but a disap pointment to the feminino portion aa to wearing their new Eftur hsf, the weather being so cool that the uua.) winter wear was sadly needed. The churches were beautifully and profuse ly trimmed and ornamented wl'h pot: d plants and choice, fl wer of various kinds. The music was excellent ar.d the sermon edifying ard listened toby large congregations of bearers. Tax Collector G. W. Anthony has re- SPECIFIC III il.'' , ,d, i have been , i , ,1 ii loos boils noil i, e.i.i e-d me terrible; '!i sii-iiins w en- mnidle ami ! ii:,ly Ltrew worse under their cure. At 1 1 1 1 o 1 1 1 , I began to liiUe- i pari !l:i, a n d s' ion e reyv I n-t-Al'ter nsin.e; :i iloeii bottles a ; eoliipleiely not imi! a boil : imv hoity M'.'llS. I illl it's Sarsa 1 tilooibpiii-ilier I. li ii MiAtrr, ! 1 f - F O.s.Y V - ELD'S FATS ft far' Cherry Pa'.t Ijiliin all.! CoidS erived his new tax book for the list of h and is very busy clo'ing up the j IS'.II book, and at tile same time collect- ! ing taxes on the new book. The fail of the New Milford band opened, Monday evening, and scarcely a man dated go out in tile -t ( !s for fear tie would be buttonholed by some nice looking lady or girl r.o take a chance on some article of sale which they were soliciting for. It reminds me of the draft during tin; war of lsci to lsi;r. NEW PRESTON. KASI'Kl: AT Till-: II. LACK (. III HCTi. Kaster Sunday opened here bright in sunlight, milder in teinpetature than for two days previous, and the congregation at the Village church was correspond ing! y hit gir than for two Sun-day be fore. The communion table and pulpit platform was called into service by hold ing a score or more of blooming pottid plant-. The morning service was ap propriate to the day. Rev Lean Kvans" sermon w.as connected w ith the re? u rice tinn of the body. I'he service in tile evening was given up to the Sunday school, which rendered a delightful ami iatere-itng service of songs and recita ' ion-, led by the superinte: ditnt. Iioyvatd Cog-weli. Mis- I.iiura Burnharn pre -iiied i;:. 'he organ. The cliutch was tilled with an audience made up gieatly ol the parents and friends ef the Suu-d-ty school scholars. I hi Tue-day evening of last week oc curred a .-upper at Mnj Walter Hum bum's cot tage on Lake street, under the auspices of the Ladies' sewing society. 1 he plan car tied out was for each one to wiiinii a small calico bag was sent with appropi iate Ver.-e of poetry, to put. then-in as tinny pennies as they were old inyeats for the supper ticket. 'I'he receipts amounted to .541, among which v as 17oo pennies. A beautiful collection of verses was rend by Mrs Walter Buniham, composed entirely by Miss Helen Curtis, now of this place, upon the lii months of the year, and as each v.-rse was read those who were horn on tiie month described were expected to walk to the table and empty their bags containing their age money. Mrs DrDeuslow of Marbhdale during the evening recited two or more choice se lections. Lake Wat a uiatig will this week most probably be clear of ice. So the sucker man's boat will as soon perhaps be seen gliding again ...t twilight towards Tay- , lor's brook at Lakeside with spear and lantern. j H. X. Sherman passed three days of last week in Bethel, Bridgeport and New i York City. The Kicknpoo Indians, with thtir medicine wagons, tent, etc., are located, ' this week, at the foot of Lake Wara- : maug, where they give nightly concerts and dispense their herbal compounds to those who desire and have the requisite nickles to purchase. Mrs M. Sharp still remains seriously ill at A. K. Fixley 'a. Mrs C. Carter arrived at her home i here again the latter hart of last week. : J Mrs W. U. Wright has been quite j ill for two weeks at her home. John Erickson expects his wire and i children from Sweden, next week. George N. Beardsley passed two days of last week with friends in Litchfield. "Aunt Lucy" Noble of Merryall is passing a few days here with her niece, Mrs E. II. Beardsley. J. M. Snow is repairing the interior of his house. Henry Black, who has been in Water bury during the past six months, was at his home here for the first time, from Friday last till Monday of this week. G. B. Howland entered upon his new service, April 1, in the employ of Hon C. F. Lyman. H. S. Humphrey of Litchfield was a guest of Dea George S. Humphrey, his father, from Friday till over last Sun day. Mr and Mrs E. Brown lost by pneu monia on Tuesday of last week their youngest son, Richard E. Brown. The interment occurred in Northville ceme tery on Thursday afternoon. The boy's age was seven months. John Ludgate left on Monday of this week forTorrington, where he expects to enter the service of Deputy Sheriff L. J. Baldwin as marble cutter. Mrs Alfred Cable was .fortunate, lait week, in hearing from Washington, D. C, that her pension as the widow of the late Alfred Cable had been granted at $S per month. WEST MORRIS. Mrs Emily Wedge and her daughter, Miss Winnie, were the guests at S. J. BisseH'e, last week. J. M. Jce was in town lately. He was the guest of Robert VVaugh of Foot- ville. Gentle winter still lingers lovingly In ,s 1 1 1 ' e i. m u-i i ' 1 will soi'' "-, vi in sult.' riii;;-. to l.elp oi'-. .. nireil, mi t hat I ha '- ' , r pimple mi tiny p:i ,- lie la--: IV. elve 1 1 I li'ii as lino iM-y in s , I -lel'.-e." ,-: s ill... T.'Mis. the lap of blustering spring. Snow squalls seem to be the order of the day. '! b. O iu-g edge, fiirtu of 52 icrcs, wrh le u i i-'i'J turn, v.a. sold at aue-ti-.N. Apul (i to (J. O. Noble, Jr., foi iji-'ir lb- cxpict4 to cut, cuouyli timbei on it to pay for it. i)r C. M. Richardson has be ncon lieei; to t ii'-r hi-iise by illness. j C. ii. VVir.h and T. J. Jackson of j VVatf ito-.vn were at S. F. Burgess', last i m-ik. Mr Jack-rui is general agent ,.f the Metropolitan Insuiance Co. for i this secrion. They are working up quite j a little liu-iness in Wat Kown, Morris i ii ml v.cinit v. BRIDGE WATEB.. DKAI'lt (IK KOIi.MKU At A NK'S. RKCTOIt OF ST N' . - v.-Hr ri 1'eived in tow ", In i. week, I of lit. in itti nf Kt-v i.li'ii'gp ( I. V. Kast miN. In I . I r F istinnn wtis r-cor .of St Murk's some Hi years since, and had many frienils in liridgewater. ! SSI y ears i f age. lie was Mrs H. Saul nd. h Kyle is wiih Mrs Glover Both departments of the Cente, jsehool opened Motiday, April ti, after a vacation of four weeks. Lee Dickinson's children have the scar let fever. Miss Daisy Hill has taken a school in New Milford. Mrs Charles Curtis and children of New Haven occupy her mother's residence We are glad to welcome her among us. Dr liostwick and Mont Mallett spent Sunday yvilh Fred Gillett in Boston. The Center cemetery is to be much im proved, especially with two driveways entering from the north and south. Darwin Keeler litis bought the MeNifl house and is removing it. A daughter was born, Saturday, to Mr and Mis Booth, who have recently mov ed into Mrs Laura Weltou's tenement i bouse. Miss I, aura Minor still continues with Mr and Mr? D. V. Reck. There was no preaching in either of our churches, Sunduj , although both were open lor Sunday school, a most unusual happening for Lister Sunday. Aaron Gorhaui, an old resident of Bridgewaier, was in town last week. Clark heeler's house is in the hands of the p.-inters. Mrs Davit! Curtis died, last week, after ti long illness. Her funeral was attended . on Thursday. Miss Clara Booth has been the guest of Mrs Nancy Hatch. Chariea Williams, who has woi ked Mrs K. IL VVelton's farm, the past year, has .moved with his. family to the Ilawley farm neai Brooklieid Iron Works, former ly known as the Homer -Uerw in farm. Miss Bessie Smith was home for the Luster vacation from the North field hidies' seminary. Mis? Riliie Treat has succumbed to the measles. F. M. Frost left last Tuesday for ' Cheshire, where he has engaged in the nursery business for the coming season John Cavanaugh and,fauiily have mov ed into oik- put. of John Harris' house Stephen Hodlia and family have mov oU to Bridgeport Will Kinney of New Milford moves to tin- farm recently purchased of the heirs of tiie late J. G. Welton. Mrs William 1 latt made a flying visit to Milford, last week. Charles Merwin of Milford was a re cent guest at Mrs Piatt's. WARREN. CHANGES. Our postmaster, Mr Knapp has remov ed from the Charles Dwy house to that owned by Mrs Derrickson, the residence of the late Dr Derrickson. He finds it more commodious and accessible to the people of the town who come here for their mail. Saturday snow '. afternoon, snow, snow Fast day services were held here on Friday at Mr Feck's, where our usual weekly 'Jra'er meeting is held and where we have held our occasional services Mrs Calhoun who has been long sick, waa present. The subject was, "What God's people are to Him and what He is t0 His people." The Scripture basis is found in Exodus 19 :,'i-6 and lit Cor. 1 :30 God's people are a peculiar treasure to him above all people and he has made provision for them in his great love to redeem them unto himself, through Jesus Christ, his only begotten and well be loved son and to give them a home with Him, eternal in the heavens. April has put on a stern, and in some measure a defiant aspect. The air ha9 a tinge of winter with the thermometer at 18 or 14 degrees below freezing. Conse quently our roads are rough and if the mercury rises above the freezing point during the day, the mud is not exces sive. The closing days of March gave us assurance of spring which April has contradicted. Stiil we have reason to hope for the presence of milder weather soon. Seed time and harvest is promis ed, and there is no going back of it, These seasons are as sure as rising and setting suns or waxing and waning moons. The northeast school opened on March 23 to continue 12 weeks. Miss Laura Patterson, who taught the autumn term, is teacher and welcomed back. She jf r DELICIOUS DESSERTS can be made from NONE SUCH Mince Meat. Plum Pudding, Mince Pie, t-ruit taKe Keclpe en erery jrAge. Toar grocer sells it. V V byracuse, fS.Y. e Headache Destroys Ilea! lit vovtNness rtnd intr,IkH:tu.i, tixbnust ion. t nduees other forms of ti; -ease, surjj as c;.; cpsy, heart disease, apoplexy, insanity, etc. Dr. Mi!es? Nervine Cures. Mrs. Chas. A Myers, 201 llanua St., Fort Wayne, Imi., writes Oct. 7, 18(14: "I suffered terribly vith severe headaches, dizziness, backache and nervousness, gradually srrow u worse until my life was despaired of, and try what wo would, I found no relief until ! I'oinroeni-eil using Dr. Miles' Nervine. I nave taken live bottles and believe I am a .-,-.-11 woman, and I have tiiken Rreat com fort in rei-oinlliendins all of my friends to use Ncrwuo. You may publish this letter if you wish, and I hope it mav bo the means of savim; some other sick mother's life, as It dill mine." On sale by all dru-rgists. Book on Heart and Nerves sent, Kit EE. Ir. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore Health. taught in Christian street, Washington during the winter. WOODBURY. A HliANCH OF TIIE SAUK ,CftF.AMKHV 1' S1BLK. Sage's creamery will establish a sepa rating station at some point here or in Hotchkissville it 1000 pounds of mill. can be assured. Now it remains for u to act, if we desire a live industry ant good prices for milk, such as this cream ery is paying. Mr Sage is a cash man paying regularly every two weeks. Hi has a fancy trade and pays a fair profit. to farmers. Mrs Julia Cone is on the sick list quite ill. Her friends hope for her early re co very . Easter Sunday was ushered in accom panied by exceedingly cold weather, discouraging temperature for the dis play of Easter bonnets. Mrs Seymour Capewell, who has been very ill with measles, is now on the con valescent list. Mrs Charles E. Strong has returned from Unionvilie and taken rooms in the house of Theodore VV. Walker. Fev Mr Coad supplied the Methodist pulpit, last Sunday, the pastor, l!ev Mr Brien, being absent attending confer ence. The daughter of E. P. Hinman, whose life has been despaired of, is now on Jthe convalescent list. Dr Uodger attends her. Mrs H. S. Morehouse still continues very ill at the house of C. P. Hinman in Waterbury, being ftillicted with heart disease. It is announced that the Woodbury Directory by L. M. Barnes will be ready for delivery very soon. The administrators of Roderick At wood have decided to sell the remainder of his personal effects at private sale after four days sale at auction with much goods left. The "Sweet Family" gave a very sat isfactory entertainment at the Town hall, last week. Miss Katie Woodruff presided at the organ and Thomas Wil son accompanied her on the violin. Judge Hitchcock gave a recitation and Prof Boyd showed himself the "born actor." A union Fast day service was held in the North church. Kev J. A. Freeman preached the sermon. The last meeting of the Woman's club was held, last Tuesday. George P. Crane of Woodbury acted as auctioneer at the sale of the goods of the late William K. Harrison of Bethle hem. He is a first class auctioneer. Our neighbor, Dwight Wheeler, has bought a farm next to bis father's in Middlebury and expects to move there soon. MORRIS- GREAT EXCITEMENT ON MOKKI3 HILL. Quite an excitement pervaded the village, Saturday noon, owing to the disappearance of one of.the little Koyles', who are visiting atEvander Roots', The little 4 year old fellow went to the store for candy, and upon coming out took the Bethlehem road by mistake. His absence was not noticed for nearly two hours as the people at the house sup posed he was at his uncle's blacksmith shop. Sconts on horseback were sent out in every direction. He was speedily traced on the Bethlehem road, and was overtaken and captured near Henry Hubbard's. , Levi Bieice, the United States mail carrier, has sold the stage route from Morris to Thomaston, to popular E. H. Clark, the well known Grange man and fancy farmer. Beebe L. Hall has moved into E. W. Skilton's house on West street. Mr Warner of Northfield has rented the Graves place of L. W. Whittlesey. William Baldwin bas rented P. B. Randall's farm. Alfred Neilson, who las occupied it for the past lour years, emoves to Woodbury. ' f 0oa-d Clark is expected soon to in v. to the placs recently ccn pied by Mrs- E uuia Roth. E Iwiund Waters and his son, Myron, o' Osf r , a'd flying visit to ola friends .i d ueifchoorft, last week. SOUTHVILLE. PERSONAL CHAT Miss Hattie Bristol has a position in The Bee cilice at Newtown. Mr and Mrs E. Wilson of Danbury are T f Vjiina '-J A -t5 THE VICTOR LEADS; ALSO WRITE FOR 90, 94 BANK ST., 494, 406 STATE STREET, no tit 'f- iJli! ill xiie men By means of a simple attachment which can be fitted to any piano- Thousands of levers r-f n.ufic- themselves unable to play-may now cultivate and gratify their taste for music by hesiirg ihe n nHr jitiis cf li lie great composers rendered on their own pianos artistically and automatically. The acccrrphs r ment c f such a task was not an easy one. State apent for the Wilcox & White self-play Eg organs, f ymphnry organs plxy-iro- any composition. They have tha effect cf the finest orchestra- We do not ask ycu to be.ieve this beeaus. we tell you, but ask you tc hear the Symphony and judge for yourself- We are able to sell a-1 instruments at most attractive prices and keep a larsre stock constantly on hand. We will pay railroad xpensea of parties who purchase an instrument- La go assortment of Music Boxes. We also keep in stock a large assortu-ent of Pianos of the best makers at prices ranging from S200 upwards- Catalogues sent to any address. 494, 496 STATE STREET, Ciir'tng for tin ir riiotii'"-. Mr; .1. Wixon. who is very sick. Mr Line has moved his family to Brooklieid. Miss Martha Barber of Bridgeport has been the guest of Mrs 1). Barnum. David Beers of Danbury spent Sunday with Mrs Laura Welton. H. N. Camp took a business trip to New Milford, Saturday. Mrs S. K. Cl-.uk has been spending a i few duvs with her daughter in Brooklieid G. W. Northrop ?pent Sunday wish hi. sNter, Mrs J. Keeler, in I'oidgewater. Mrs Fred Klsinboss of Brookl'uld visit ed friends in this place, Friday. A little daughter was welcomed at the home of B. Booth, Saturday. In New Haven County. MIDDLEBURY. l'KKSONAL MENTION. Mrs H. S. Judd's school commences the spring term, Monday, the 14th, hav ing a vacation of one week. She expects 30 pupils this next term. New children have moved into the district. Arthur Judd has gone to Torrington to learn the carpenter trade. Hoyal Tyler has hired out to II. S. Judd. There are quite a number of changes in town. Dwight Wheeler ha3 bought the Dea Warren place. Mr Warren in tends to go back to Seymour. Mrs Charles Smith has moved into Mr Treat's small house and expects tauke one or two boarders, the schoolteacher for one. W. f). Trask and C. H. Trask have their incubators running ; also setting hens. They have plenty of business to keep the little chick, warm this cold weather. Mr Bissell. our enterprising merchant, has got to vacate the houe of James Benham this spring. The report is that the farm is for sale. There were union services in . the Methodist church, the last Sunday even ws in March, it being the farewell ser vice of Rev H. L. Foote. It is expected Mr Foote will go to North Canton. Truman Wheeler's mother w as buried last Friday. She was over SO years old She was stricken down by a stroke of apoplexy the Saturday right before. Sbe h .3 been an invalid for some time and has been a constant care. Mrs Wheeler has been very patient in nurs ing and earing for her. Mrs Samuel Fenn at the Center died this last week. The funeral occurred at the house, Sunday, the otb, at 1 o'clock The interment was in Middlebury. S0UTHF0RD. PERSONAL NOTES. Miss Stella Curtiss spent Sunday at her home in this place. Mrs C. G. Ellison is staying with her mother, Mrs M. H. Curtis. The Misses Curtis are to be added to Jhg ranks of our local wheel-women, having purchased -; a new Remington wheel. Mrs Joel Strong and May feel Osbome visited friend3 in New Haven, this week. , , " Miss Hurlbur. re-commenced her school here last Monday. W. A. Shepard bas resumed his po- OUR STORE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE FARMERS SUPPLY FOR 20 MILES AROUND. MANY OTHER MAKES CATALOGUE IflflQO QO t. M MM i li o mm a DEALER IN 23 O I -it inn at the -tation, after a visit at his home in I wa. 1? -inert Sti-vi-n ha recently vkitcJ relatives here. Harry Carpenter has resigm d Im position at the mill here and accepted another in Norwich. He is a very pleasant and exemplary young mar. and w ill be much mis-ed by hi- frien-i-hei e. 1 - ji;.f ;. i a - c ro try One Minute C )isgh cu'e si: nr. v. n nt; ei-e. it's eas ier to cu-e a severe cfUith or cold with it. L':t your iv xt purchase for a cough , be O.ie Minute Cf ugh Cu-e. Better; medicine; better re? ult- ; h,'-r t -v it. j E F. Hawlew, Newtown; S. C. B ill, I Sandy Hook; A. B- Bbtk-'tnan, 1 : ford; B. Hawley & Co.. Sit-pm-v. HOOIVS PILLS cure Liver Ills, Biliousness, Indigestion, Headache. A pleasant laxative. All Druggists. POXBURY'S POPULAR STORE Jt nays to keep vour leet ALLEN JOYCE RoAoury Sta. dry. our stock ot Rubber Goods is large and up-to-date. Prices rule very low. Wo are always ready to furnish reliable KEEP your FEET DRY. Foot wear. Give OUR PRICE PLFASE THE PEOPLE. Call :r cost. Our entire assortmant of Stoves we will close out at cost Best makes and fargest variety in the county. Ranges, Wood and Coal Cook Stoves and Wood and Coal Parlor Stoves. Correspondence solicited for heating by steam, hot water or hot air. Iron clad milk cans, best made, lowest prices. COCHRANE BROS., WEST CORNWALL-. CONN. 10 per cent Discount. I shall take Inventory in April. OnaUthe lollowing aiticles sold before then, 1 will ffive a 10 per cent discount. Ladies' ami Chil dren's imiueos, hose, leg-rins and fine lueri no underwear, Boys' scarfs. Gents' jersey uv ersliirts, jackets, sweaters; also fleece lined and natural random wool undershirts and drawers, bleached and unbleached cotton flannel, woolen yarn, checkered "11 wool shirting; also red, white, blue and gray ti in. nel, Gloves, Mittens and Felt Coots. Call and see nie. I will do well by you. H. S. C0MST0CK, CASH GROCER. WARREN, CONN. dr;gokton, denti &t, WOODBURY, CONN. e-Every Wednesday at the Rectory, Uox bury Conn. MISS H. C. GILBEET, 3VE illinor, Second Floor, No. II BANK ST., NEW MILFORD. ALL WOOL DRESS G00D8 25 AND 35 CENTS Great Reduction on CAPES, CLOAKS . Trices Way Down to Suit The Times. CHARLES CR AN E , The Bethlehem Diy Goods Man. F"r"fi L - JS f 4- y iM J L-J i IXKXDLKSS VARIETY & ,.,,tt,. in., ..r-rr-n mini TLMES. WATERBURY, CONN NEW HAVEN. Piano. NEW EAVEN, CONN. WHAT IS MORE ACCEPTABLE II t N A WATCH I for a Birthday Present! Gold or Silver; Hundreds of 'Em! Beautiful and Cheap! Then we Have DIAMONDS, and Lots of Beautiful Goods in Silver and Gold. Call at my Store- Ernest Zj. :Eratt, Litchfield, Conn. EEFEESESTED BY JOHS J. FOE fiEWTOWS ASD TICI5ITT. NORTHROP M.H.SEXTON'S MONUMENTAL WORKS ALL KINOS OF CEMEIERr WORK A Specialty GRANITE & MARBLE At reasonable prices and ol li,.; iatest designs. OFFICE ASD WORKS At St Michael's Cemetery, Strt ford At. Bridgipcrt. Cooa five minutes' ride on Strat ford Ave. trolley cars trom de pot. James sexton. Sr., Salesman, M. H. Sexlon. l'rop. P. W. BATES M ASL KiCI I'KtK OK FINE MARBLE ANT GRANITE WORK, 42 WATER ST., xXOPVALK, - - coxy W. A. LEIGH & SONS' Reynolds Bridge Granite Monu mental Works. Monuments aud Headstones of all kinds made to order from Foreign and Domestic Granite. We aotually manufacture at our yard more monements and head stones than all the monn mental worts in the enurs Haujratnck Valley and Bridgeport and Sew Haven combined. P. 0. ADDRESS, REYK0LDS BRIDGE, 6T MARBLE AND 6RANI7 1 WORKS. Monuments, Heada Stones in Marble or Gremie Write for designs and price M. W. STEVEN N0RWALE. M.G.KEANE - MONUMENTAL WORKS, Housatonic Avenue, Bridgepoit MRS W. O. TRASK, Manufacturer ol and Ladies' Hair Work. Combings 8traighf-n-rt, rootg mU orewar . specialty. - HISDLiBDRr, COSH, Wr.te lor lnf ormnOon ; eacioae suuxip. inn fytl vi i I't.i.a iiifY '