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COR CHAPE , AND TEMPLE STS.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER,
I in,; Inst riTi'ivil new ami eNaid Imrk
KmiiinH ami n.risn hh from ni'W deHitfns
rtpvtnlly adapted in tl.i' lnlr.nl. nt le ol pic-tiii4-M.
All work it the tiij.du.sl KntiN- ol ex
rtdlenre.
.'11 MAIS ST., DKUUV, CuNN.
LOOK HERE ONE MO
MENT! We -till W Hilt HI'' rT 11 X M
j;ooi 11 1 1 nit ol i 1 -ocrrli-H t vi-r iU
I ui i I j e 1 1 1 j i r 1 r 1 m . Mir mo ill market i
il i nuiili ii- Mire, -i l!ov kt i 's en-j
pioilneer Ii N your v.it; basket. W
are elliniT lot ol it. ( nil in when
you are 1 ln way ami take, home some.
E. A. l'OTTElt,
South Britain.
PRINDLE & MORRIS,
UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS,
Are prepared to do anything
in their line at shortest notice.
A share of public patronage
solicited.
W. H. PRINDLE. L. C. MORRIS.
Calli answored if loft at W. B- Priadle'a House; L.
0. Morria'i Hoaaa, Tolephonn at Leonard'! Hotol
BREW & SCANLON,
UNDERTAKERS,
Embalmors and General Managers of
Funerals-
A FULL LINE OF CASKETS, ROBES
AND FUNERAL ETCETERAS
Best Workmanship-Reasonable Prices
WARE S00M3: Near Grist Mill.
SANDY HOOK, CONN-WM-
J- BREW. I P- J- SCANLON
HAW LEY, WILMOT
& REYNOLDS,
UNDERTAKERS
NO. 93 STATE STREET,
B&IOCEPCBT, 0)HH.
OEOETE'B. HA WLET, .
CHAEUE3 K. WILMOT,
J0H5 B. ttETHOLDS. .
TELEIHOHE Sl
X34 Park iTno
407 Clinton tvtnnt
9 Fremont Street.
UNDERTAKER,
Ssiidens. Sing St. All ordart lan with Mr 6,
t. Tnakar, Eaitoa.will raeeira prompt attention
Telephone: 75-3
WESTPORT, CONN
MECHANICS' AND FARMERS'
SAVINGS BANK,
CITT B1BX BTJILDIIO. WALL ST.. B'POST
Dapoaite, -Iaert
nod Sarphu,
1.403.114.48.
45J78.S3.
1.447JJ83-77.
DepotlU of 91 to 11000 received and latereit
redited from the Srat of eaoh month, payable in
January and July of eaoh year.Inoorf orated 1871
D. I. atOBQAI, Preaident.
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THE NEWTOWN BEE.
yaiOAr. afeil 17, isoe
CIRCULATION:
MStlART 1, 1882.
LiT WEEK.
10
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IVtiifit'K! Countv News.
j
EASTON.
A SI'1.KMII KN Ti:l; I AINMI'.NT FOR KAS-
H IN.
The Apollo 1 11:1 rt --t of Yale diviui'y
school, fnat'(l by lu-til tali-nt. of a high
order, will give n concert in he Ku-ton
Congregational iliureli, Moiiiln y evening,
April 2d. Ilar j ) srlietions will he a feu
me of the program, hi c.-ise of h:.i!
weather, the eve:it, v ill lie pu. I poivii till
Friday evening, April .21. .Supper at a
cost of 10c will follow the, musical pro
gram. Pi ices of admission for concert,
adults J"ic, children l.c.
IUOATII (IK MKS Kl.l.KN' CHAKT.
Saturdaj morning, March 'is. Mrs Kl
U'li Cm ft died at the home of her daugh
ter. M.s Aimer Bennett, after an illness
of I wo or three days of grip, Ht the ad
vanced jig,-- f '.ij year?. The funeral ser-
viivm weie held at the nome or ner grann-
dautrliti r, M :h ( ')arei:ei: iitbert of Dan-
hury, and the Inn ial was in Uidgebiny
eeineteiy. The hearers were Sherwood
Adam:-, 1'hilo f,yon, Wakeiiiau I5radl(!y
and Ki a ok 1'ei ry .
UAl'TIST fill ' lit: ! I M)l KS.
Kev . M. Wnk !ave his people an
excellent di course, Sui.day, April ., up
propiate to tin day, taking for liii text,
"It a man (I ie, .-hall he live jaitj V All
the (lays if my appoin'.id time will I
wait till my change come," Job II: II.
John Hull and Mr
K. II.
Bradley arc
iint.e ill w n 11 pi
da. Mr and Mrs
Wilson Ki n is and (. B T'.ieker are suf
leriit;Hh the pn vailing i pidemic of
srip eolil.
1'hilo I. yon recently had the mi.-for-lum:
to lo-e 11 111 e pis- the unnatural
mother ri -fu-t d to acknnwlede tnem and
t hey st.ar( d to d ai ii.
Miss Mary K. I. yon is spending a week
or moie in B: idiivport as the gueft of
her brother. Mai.iel 1). I. von.
Mi-.s (ii.-.n liiifit.l i.- sp inlii. her Kus
tor vacation with fi lends in I Im t fort.
Mi-S F!o.-:ie Cat. dee vh-iUd her younf
frict (l, M i-s Kvi'ljn S. I'-nl;-, the pa-t
wi ek.
M i s W. M Wei ks lift gone or. to Bos
ton, Mas?,, to vi-ir her l-rotli.ir. who is
eriou-ly ill.
MrsO. B. Tucker f pent some days of
her vacation w ii.h her sister, Mrs Anna
Bowdy of Itaiibury, but rrsumrd h(T
scliool Julie , Monday. April n.
Mrs Hawkins, with is Kate Haw
kins of Sonlhport were Sunday guests at
Kahvurd Hawkins".
Uavid k'eynolds, one of K-, ton's old
est residents, died Friday morning, April
ID. Mr Reynolds would have been SS
years old next July, hud he lived until
that time. Funeral scr ice was held 01
Monday at his late home. The interment
wa- in 1!: idgepo: t.
Topic fur the Y . 1'. S. C K., liestSun-
lay evening at the. Corgregalioua!
church: " What we should be doing a
ave the lost," l.uke 1.":1 10, a temper
ance topic.
HUNTINGTON.
wniTi. kii.i.s
the II mil meeting of the "Keadinf."
lub" held at the home of Miss Suie
'.card.-ley, Tuis-day evenir.g, was verj
largely attended. 1 he program car-
nil out. as to variety and skill in pro
luction was most excellent. An open
ieg the quartet, ''Sweet and low," vu.
linely reniie.-ed. Then f.illovved a
scholarly essay on Kmerson by the pres
ident, Mrs Ambler. The club felt to re
nice, that Misa Kllen Toinlinson wa-
present, and read her synopsis of "Ivan
hoe," which was masterly; in every de
tail. The rendition of "Thanatopsis" b
Miss Abbie Shelton, and "The Watc. er"
by Miss Sadie Shelton, struck a respon
give chord in the listeners as melodiou
strains ever Uo emanating from fi in
strung instruments. The musical se
lections by the Misses Willoughby, Hub
bell and Wixotn, also Miss Walters, a
well as the instrumental selection b
Miss Jennings, were meritorious in th
xtreme. Particular praise should b
accorded to the youngest member in oui
II ick, Miss I.eila Surridge, who has evei
been w illing to aid us with her swee'
notes. The fullest praise and appreci
ation has been given most justly to oui
worthy secretary, for his untiring zeal
and e ll'ofts ini behalf of the club. He
.;ould not have been substituted by an
other. The able papers prepared, the fx
ecution of (dllcial duties in all points o
technique have rendered him most val
uable. Mr Saner, the ehlef instigator ol
our society, was toast-master. Th
toss", to the men responded to by Mi
Shelton, and that to the ladies by the
secretary, were bright and witty to the
extreme. To close tne evening, a gen
erou collation was served, furnished by
the club.
George .1. Banks of Kaston' tuned and
regulated the melodeon of David S.
Clark, last week.
LONG rjILL.
Stanley D. Beard celebrated his 12t,b
birthday by Inviting his schoolmates to
tea, March 27. The afternoon was spent
playing games.
William Catlln of Coram was given a
house warming, Thursday. Bliss and
Bush furnished music. About 70 were
present. Mr and Mrs Catlln were the
recipients of a fine set of china.
Edson Booth has left school to fill the
position of messenger boy In the Postal
Telegraph Ofllc in Derby.
George Webster is bookeeper for the
new coal dealer, Mr Birge, in Shelton.
Mr and Mrs Juhn A. Wilkinson and
little Helen returned to Shelton, Sun
day. Miss Carrie Shelton has been quite ill
In Norwalk. . , '
Herbert Gren has moved to Cutler's
Farms.
F. A. Wiieeler drives a fine span of
grays, bought of Jennings & Candee of
Stepney.
Mrs John Wilkinson and daughter,
Helen, have returned to their home in
Shelton, after a few weeks stay with
Mrs lioyal Birdscyc.
Miss Anna Gorham of Shelton recently
visited Mrs K. Buckingham.
Misa Nellie Wilson has recovered from
a recent illness.
Miss Tillle Clark has visited Mrs Eliot
Beardsley of Long Hill.
Miss Lily Wilson spent a few days
with Mi-s i;. Iva Briusmade of Trumbull,
la ,t week .
Mrs (J. ovjre lleeves, who has been vis
iting at William Buchor's, is with her
b other in Shelton.
Frank I', ng; of Waterbury spent Sun
day w ii ti . t '. Biiclier.
NeIKe B. ccl.ur U in Shelton caring for
Mrs Thomas Burgess.
I). J. Shelton spent Sunday with his
parents on Booth's Hill.
J. II. Haviland has sold his milk route
to George Juick.
Mrs Anson Smith is visiting her
daughter in Ansonia.
L. B. Hale has a number of small
chicks, and now has his incubator run
ning with .'100 eggs.
STEPNEY AND VICINITY.
l'KKSONAL CHAT.
L. S Jackson has left the village store
at Biidgiport and entered the Comer's
( ouimevcial College at Boston.
The family of William Blackwood of
New York, who bought the old home
stead of the estate of S. G. Nichols on
the hill, have taken possession and are
already making extensive repairs.
Chester Jackson has been out of school
for three weeks, suffering with the grip.
Mrs Julius Benham and Mrs P. E. Ab
bott of Bridgeport were recent guests of
Mrs George S. ("oley.
The hoim of Air and Mrs Charles F.
Nichols was made happy, Wednesday,
pril li, by the advent of a son.
W. X. Hurd w ill till further notice sell
choice rolled oats for 2 1 2c per pound
md six pounds of rice for 2."ie.
Mr? K. V. Schwartz is sick with the
grip; l: Ililt attends.
M i-.- I'd ney X irtiirop and son are with
her parents, jr and Mrs M. H. Thorpe,
since the lire.
Miss Clara Downs of Long Hill is
visiting her grandmother, Mrs II. E.
'un fit-Id.
K. J. Hawley of Bennett, Sloan & Co.,
has been spending a few days at home.
While there he went trouting with
Marshall Hayes and caught a few of
the sptckli d beauties.
Merwin Hubbell, Isaac Sherman and
Kdward Stevens are getting out 500 ties
for Joint Farnham on shares.
On Thursday, April 1, a little eight
pound son came to gladden the hearts
md home of Mr and Mrs Charles F.
Xicholi. The faces of the respective
randl.ithers te;am with smiles.
Mr and Mrs W. F. French of Trumbull
spent Sunday whh Mr and Mrs C. F.
Nichols.
M:s Orlando Piatt and family have
moved into the Hall place.
V republican caucus will be held at
the Town hall on Saturday evening, April
is.
Henry Petitt is Edwards Beardsley 's
right baud man, this summer.
The Priscilla Beardsley place has
changed hands again ; parties from New
York have bought the place and moved
there.
Misses Mcta and Lizzie Schwartz spent
their Master vacation with their parents,
Mr and Mrs E. V . Schwartz.
Mr and Mrs Horace Gilbert and Mr
and Mrs Harry Canheld of Bridgeport
were guests of Mrs H. E. Candeld, 10as
ter. Miss Sadie Craft of Long Hill is spend
ing the week at F. M. Cantield's.
Thomas Wells has purchased a pair of
two-year-old steers of Lewis Goodsell.
Willie Busser
Charles Stoi ll'dl.
of Bethel is visiting
- BRIDGEPORT.
IIKAUTIFV yOUR HOMES.
Bare walls in these days of plenty are
not a necessity, and should not be toler
ated by even the poorest housekeeper.
Pictures educate as well as adorn-; and
when they can be bought for the present
low prices, parents should not allow their
children to grow up without their en
lightening influence. If you cannot af
ford the best, buy reproductions, which
cost no more than a good cigar and are
not so apt to go to ashes. A very large
assortment of unframed pictures of all
kinds, from the cheapest to the best, can
be .seen at Northrop's Art and Music
store, 03 Fairfield avenue, (opposite
Read's,) Biidgeport. You can buy them
for live cents to f 20, and get them for
one half their actual cost. If you have
any pictures that need frames take them
along when you visit Bridgeport and Mr
Xorthrop will frame them in any style
desired at popular prices. For the boys
you will find a full line of basemen and
outfielders' mitts, masks, etc.
BR00KFIELD.
Mrs John J3tarr bas not sold her place,
as has been reported.
Mrs Mary M. Hatch, who has been
away on a visit for the past three weeks,
has returned home.
Winfleld Hatch, who has been with
hisiuncle, Kussel Hatch, in New Fairfield,
for the past three and a half years, is
home agafn for the present.
Charles L. Wildman has had a
very bad band for the past two weeks.
His daughter, Estelle, has been a
great sufferer from an ulcerated tooth.
Both are improving, although Mr Wild
man can use his hand but very little.
LONG HILL,
An entertainment consisting of a comedy-drama,
"The Schoolma'am,'? Inter
spersed with choice musical selections
will be given by the Easton Baptist lit
erary society, under the auspices of Far-
lor Hock council, No. 68, O. U. A. M., at
Where Jewelry is Con-
the repntalon of the seller
OOi UCll counts, w e naven't nau our
llrst il'aaatisntKl customer aud we've been
here some, years. Tills the beat Jewelry Store
hi every sense best in qualities best In
pi-lees. Here are some prices on fine goods,
to enow how low we do sell trjein. You may
go higher for more stylisk and elaborate
wares, but it will be lor style and elaborate
ness. Ladies' Watches.
Solid Gold, Elgin and Waltham $16.
Filled Cases, as low as $6.
Gentlemen's and Boys' lllled Watches.Elgin
or Waltham, as low as $J
Plated Silver
Korry !-pooua, $l..'io.
Ki-h knivtifc, 1 '25.
liravy ladles. 1 25.
; Nut piclis, 1 .iio.
i '.onv spoons 1.115.
Si'l. butter knitti anil sugar shell I 0
Saute Htt, ahull goM lined $2.
Putter ditihea $3.
Coke baskets $:J,ft0.
Syrup cups 'S 50.
A 3-Piece Cream Set.
in stylinh design-,t ho first. ouy
er may have it at $0 SO, but
that's not near its worth.
A Rochester Banquet
Lamp.
Trimmed in Gold is here at
4. 75. Princess Lamps, made
ot imported Dresden ware,
with shade, $2.
Breckbill Benedict,
Watches, Diamonds, Silver
smiths, Opticians.
511 Main street, Bridgeport, Ct.
Long Hill hall, on Tuesday evening,
April 21, at 7.30 p, m. This entertain
ment has already been given to a crowd
ed house in Easton, where it was very
well received. Everyone who attends
may rest assured that they will never re
gret doing so. The admission will be 25
cents and children 15 cents. If stormy,
Wednesday evening, April 22.
TASHUA-
AT CUItlST CUI HCII.
Bishop Williams will visit Christ
church for confirmation, Sunday, May ii.
Service at :i p. m.
TRUMBULL.
Miss Annie Tripp is spending her va
cation at her home in Central Village.
Miss Ida Brinsmade entertained Miss
Wilson, last week.
In New Haven County.
SOUTH BRITAIN
HULL'S HILL.
Mr and Mrs Whitney spent several
days at PiOxbury, last week, helping In
the revival meetings in the hall.
We are glad to see they are beginning
to till the holes in the roads, this way,
for they are dangerous in some places'.
W. E. Curtiss and wife were at E
Burr's, Friday.
A 10 pound boy came to reside with
Will Warner's family, the 30th.
F. G. Warner, wife and son, were at
his father's, Granville Warcer's, for a
short visit.
Services were held at C. D. Johnson's,
Fast day, at 10.30.
T. I. Bonney is spending his yacation
at his home in Norwich.
C. Booth of Ansonia is visiting his
daughter, Mrs G. R. Smith.
Charles I). Johnson and daughter
went to Waterbury, visiting relatives.
hull's hill.
John Bristol of Guilford was the
guest of J. B. Koswell a few days.
Charles Warner of Shelton brought
Mrs Margaret Smith up to her daugh
ter's, Mrs E. E. Burr.
Mr Bonney returned Saturday.
School began Monday for the spring
term.
Fred Tousey and Mrs White of Step
ney were at E. Mallory's, Sunday.
Mr and Mrs C. D. Johnson went Sat
urday to Hoxbury to assist in the meet
ing. Mr and Mrs Charles Downs of Mod
roe spent Sunday atE. E. Burr's.
Edson Mallory is improving slowly.
AT THE PURCHASE.
Mrs Homer Clark and Robert S. Wheel
er were guests at It. H. Ford's,last week.
C. W. Ford of Roxbury made his fath
er a short call, last week.
Miss Bessie Mitchell is spending her
vacation at borne.
Walter Morris, who has occupied Mrs
Jay H. Camp's farm the past year, has
removed to his father's at Roxbury.
Henry M. Squires is improving Bis
farm by removing some troublesome
rocks by blasting. There are others who
ought to follow suit.
S0UTHBURY.
Herbert Peck has moved from White
Oak to Mr Hayes' house on the Middle-
bury road.
Frank Beeman has moved to the Wes
tern part of Newtown.
Robert Illckok has the measles.
Mr Barrows and wife from Vernon are
visitiog his brother, Rev W. H. Barrows
Rev O. J. Range occupied the pulpit of
the Methodist cbnrcb and preached from
the text "Jesus and the resurrection."
The ten little Divines have the meas
les.
, Jillson Brothers are building a boiler
house near the station.
Miss Alice Stiles spent last week in
New Haven and attended conference.
Miss Grace Pulford visited in Ansonia
HOOD'S PILLS cure Mver Ills,
Biliousness, Indigestion, Headache.
A pleasant laxative. All 'Druggists.
DRY GOODS!
These are hustling days with us. The spring
trade has opened with a rush. We don't know
the reason why we are so busy when other
merchants are "kicking" about dull trade.
Perhaps it's our large slock that brings to
many people to us.
Perhaps it's honest dealing, you kno
HONEST DEALING !
is a tiling that an honest woman" appreci
ates in thess days ol misrepresentation.
THE
ayser
J. Patenl
f Finger
Tipped
Gloves
are
rhe kind that DON'T wear out
A " GUARANTEE " in every pair.
Bo you wear Glcves Then buy g-iod
gloves. Our lieyser Paten Flnuer Tips are
guaranteed. A new pair it tlie ti-gcis wear
out first Have you been to our Special Sales.
Hall price is a tail- price at m ol oui-
BARGAIN SALES!
Dress Goods. Dress Trimmings, liluck Silks,
Fancy Silks, Table Linens, Napkins, Hosiery,
Underwear, Gloves and I, aces, carpets. Hugs,
Linoleum, Mattings, Lace Curtains Hud every
thing that can be piled into our big store.
TIIKKE F LOOKS
I. S. DEM,
177, 179 Main St, Derby, Ct.
WINTER'S
REIGN
Will soon be over, and Spring" will
come bringing new labors to the farm
er and probably the need for new tools
aldo; If a Plow ia wanted I can supply
any of three kinds, 24 styles. I have
a complete stock of other needed arti
cles and invite inspection ot them- A
little later will be time to study up on
Mowers and Hay Rakes and I think
those I am selling as good as tbe best
If a Lumber Wagon is wanted 1
can recomm end a "Champion " I have
sold them lor yeare and know what
they are. My stock comprises, also,
Business and Pleasure Wagons and
Carriages-
In Harness I have hand-sewed
Leather and the Deerficld Steel Har
ness which can be put on the horses
separately and then coupled outside.
I am still drilling Artesian Wells
and shall be glad to furnish any de
sired information in regard to them.
Sipperley's Mills,
Weatport, Conn
SALESMEN!
TXT - J 4-U r.-;i for niir
stock. Salary or commission to reliable men.
Cash advanced for expenses. First-class re
ferences required.
The R. G. CHASE. MALDEN.MASS.
MATTERS OF BUSINESS.
We know of but one community in the
world where dyspepsia is practically un
known, and that is the Shakers of Mount
Lebanon, N. Y. These good people
have been studyirg the subject of diges
tion for more than a hundred years, and
that they understand it pretty thorough
ly, is evidenced in the foregoing fact.
Their Digestive Cordial is the safest and
best remedy in cases of indige tion that
we know of. A trial bottle can be had
through your druggist for the trifling
sum of 10 cents. The Shaker Digestive
Cordial supplies the system with food
already digested, and at the same time
Rids the digestion of o'her food. It will
almost instantly relieve the ordinary
symptoms of Indigestion, and no sufferer
need to be told what these are. Laxol
the best medicine for children . Doctors
recommend It in place of Castor Oil.
Dana's sarsaparilla is not only the best
of all remedies for the nerves, liver, kid
neys, stomach and blood ; but if no ben
efit, you can get your money back. The
same guarantee applies to Dana's pills,
cough syrup and plasters. For sale by
Edgar F. Hawley, Newtown, and George
W. Hurlbnrt, Koxbury.
These beautiful days make you think
of a new suit and you will And Levy
Brothers the right place to get fitted in
size and price.
Talk about stylish pants, and then see
Levy Brothers asportmenfc and prices.
Take a dose of DeWitt's Little Early
fliser8 just for the good they will do
1 "K
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Sipperley.
PLANET, JR. FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS!
Space will not permit illustrating and describing all ot the Planet Jr. tool?, but we will gladly send
a fully illustrated catalogue to any who desire it; and we can supply promptly anything
ordered. Planet Jr. goods are standard machinesthe best.
The New Planet Jr. No. 3 Hill
Dropping Seed Drill.
This Drill will sow in a continioin row, in
1 he. on I imii v wn v, wH h n dim nulled regular it y
l.ni itH Uh1 in t ive feature, is t Ital it will drop
entlv in hi! I.-, either lour, nix, eiht, twnjvt'
or 'J4 lies ao'trt. ii .ipeiiH the lui row.drop.s
in hills or dt ilN, rovers, toIIm down and marks
he nt'M row, nil .1 ie opt -rat i n . The hop
per holds f I. . i i:u !-. T.ie '.vheel Is I,i ineh-
m hitfh. I is i mi d in a moment from hill
dropping to d. if work. It h.i.s a ruhhm- inrce
teed, sowm equally well heth r tin; hopprr is
lull or contains o,dy h paper ot m cd, mid will
not injure delicate sce-i, r;-h n- iaili-.h, ea
bae, te , which are it en pec led or ci U"h
ed by Drills ha vin ai i;tlu y or metal whee.s.
Thfl plow is adjust dW find opens a v.sry iiitr
row Iuitow, u lucii iy u gre,al advantage tor
utter cultivation.
The machine was tested t hot oufhlv by carc
lul gardeners and nur-eymen during the
son ot I ami t he mat, u rue turns guarantee
it to give entire stit iMaclion.
The Planet Jr. No. 2 Seed Drill.
This tool is used the woi ld over, and with
the exeep ion ot onr Hill Dropping Drill, i
the most perfect drill known. It hold two
and one halt quarts an-1 sows in an even reg
ular si ream, wind her t here is much or little
in the hopper. The opening plow, be'ng di
rectly between the wheels, follows ail iiregu
biT ities of i he ground, is adjust 1 1 'e, and , once
set, opee s the turrow at a iini'iiiiii dept h. and
t he seeds are deposit ed in a v."y narrow line.
Tiie machine is extremely simple; having im
agitators, belts or gearing, the seed cannot
be injured, even it sprouted.
The Planet Jr. Combined Drill
and Wheel Hoe.
This Is the most, prpular combined tool
known; and its friends have been gained by
tiistantial merit. As a wed sower it is iden
tical wd h t he No. 3 I' anet Jr. Dritl, except in
size The hopper holds one quart. K'om a
liill it is elmngf d to its other uses by un
screwing out two holts, r.very p."cha-ei' or
this machine will find it n n evciletit s-ed
tower; a tv- r'u-s single wheel hoe.; an e
ee I lent tu 1 1 owei , an ad m i i able w heel cu It i
valor; a eapdal warden rate, a rapid ami et
ficient w heel gn i den plow-; and tint it is w it h-
ut an equal ia v!;rietv of tools, easy adjust
ment, 1 i;; lit i;e --, -f":gth and lie uily.
The Planet Jr. Fertilize Drill.
Phi s is one of l he very lui.'.-:
aud best a 1
The snwiii"
li
t ions to t he Pla,n t Jr. tarn 1 1 v
terUli"rs iia w a' wa's been t i-m i! de-oui", i i . t
t his ne w de ice does it in the mo.-l pertect.
manner it N extrem-ly simple in construc
tion. hohN eii.;ln quails, and light, strong
and euv tunning; beri free Inmi ad combi
nation (tl seed so wing in id cult i va' in dc ir-rs
we guarant ee. it to give en I i re s;d i -if act c n It
also 3 tew -t lVus per !e''l' y -
We
ill be very glad to send anyone a catalogue of the Planet Jr. goods onreceirt of a postal card
with r ame and address on it. Full line of goods in stock. Can make prompt shipments.
FLUMB HARDWARE CO.,
General Agents,
452 MAIN ST. AND 8f MIDDLE ST., BKIDUEPORR, CONN.
A YOUNG MAN
IN
NEW YORK
Wril A FIR?:T-CLASS
usiness Education
And a desire to do right can make
a fortune,
MERRILL COLLEGE,
STAMKOIiH, CONN.
Enjoys a lirst-class reputation in the
great city tor thorough commercial
training.
Do You Want A Start.
ASa-Write ami let us tell you how.
Ix O. XSL. Hawley,
DENTIST,
corner
Main and West Sts.,
DANBURY-
Make Cows Pay.
Twenty cows and one
Little Giant Separator
will make more butter than
twenty-five cows and no
cream separator. Write
P. M. SHARPLES,
West Chester, Perm., Elgin, 111.,
Rutland, Vt.,or Omaha, Neb.
you. These little pills are good for in
digestion, good for headache, good for
liver complaint, gooti for constipation.
They are good. E. F. Hawley, New
town; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A. B.
Blakeman, Botsford ; B; Hawley & Co.,
Stepney.
Are you one of those unhappy people
suffering with weak nerves ? Remember
that the nerves may be made strong by
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which feeds them
upon pure blood.
Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner
pill; assist digestion, prevent constipa
tion. 25c.
It is not a miiacle. It won't cure
everything, but it will cure piles. That's
what eWitt's Witeh Hazel Salve will
do, because it has done it in hundreds
of cases. E. F. Hawley, Newtown;
S. C. Ball, Sandy Hook; A. B.; Blake
man, Bot'ford; 33. Hawley & Co., Step
ney. C. H. French of Danbury was In town
the fore part of the week canvassing for
the "Fredonla" washer.
Burns are absolutely painless whea
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is prompt
ly applied. This statement is true. A
Wheel
Thousands of farmers and gardeners who
own (Ids tool save its cost one or more times
every year; in an onion field, and in many
other crops, one can do more, and better work
with it than ;ux men with ordinary hoe. It is
invaluable tor uli market trarden crops.
The Planet Jr. Double W heel floe w i 1 1 st rad
dle plants IS Inches high, and finish rows
from tl to 18 inches apart at one passage. The
new trame permits the changing ot attach
ments without removing nuts. All the plates
are steel hardened in oil and polished. The
wheels are adjustable to make thi work fdial
low or deep, as required, and to nd-i.pt the
machine to all width rows.
To accommodate t hose who have little
work but hoeing, we oiler the above machine
with hoes onlv, under the name of rianet Jr
Plain Double V heel Hoc.
The Planet Jr.
Hoe.
Single Wheel
This Wheel Hoe is considerably Ughterthan
t he Double, but does almost the same variety
ot work; being used mostly between the row
yet it can be used to hoe both sides at once,
while plants are, small, by placing the wheel
at one side of the trame. All rows from six
to eighteen inches apart can be hoed at one
parage. Ii is pronounced by practical men
to be without an equal in design and finish,
ease of operation, variety of adjustment ami
perfect ion of work ; and we feel confident
that every one who tries this tool will be glad
he did so. We also oiler t he above machine
with the hoes only.
The Fire-Fly Single Wheel Hoe,
Cultivator and Plow.
The popular tool is exactly the same as the
Planet Jr. Single Wheel Hoe, excepting that
it does not have the rakey or leat litter.
The Fire Fly Wheel
Plow.
Garden
This tool is invaluable for tho-e who have
small gardens. The moldb ard is tempered
and polished steel.
The Planet Jr. Grass Edger.
Tht Flaunt Jr. l.rass Ivlei- will clo ;it!i-r
Hlrilight or t-urv(;il work fit ?,pu!it ot il milt; an
hour. It. sliouM In tin? con.'taiu companion
ot t w. lawn mo wcr.
St raw bi-rry growers will ttri.! 11.- tira
Eil'i-r, w it h thii hoc roinovi-d, a rapid an-1
jiL-rtcct too! tor cutting ol!" snrpluH runner-.
The Planet Jr. Double
Hoe.
DO YOU LIKE
A GOOD SHOE:-'
Ladies' Cloth Top Pointed Toe, Pat
ent Leather Button; just the Shoe for
Spring Wear.
HATHAW AY, S0ULE
(.Succssors to l'.AI.DW
; 402 Main St.,
THE W. E. SWORDS LUMBER COMPANY,
Sridgoport, oOiojcl.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
MICHIGAN PINE LUMBER, SIDING, SHINGLES, SPRUCE
Timber, Lath, Sash, Doors & Blinds, Carvings, Mouldings, Mantles & Hard
Wood, Trim, etc. North Carolina Yellow Pine Lumber a Specialty.
-!CSTIllJl.TB FDBWISHBD PEOMPTI.T.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS FROST SHINGLES.
Orders May Be Left With E- C. PLAT T, Hawley ville-
WITHOUT HESITATION
We as5ertthat no finer exhibit of
Horse G-oodsi!
Is to be lound in the Ptftte than is shown here. In Harness we carry nearly every
style imaginable ami as we make a lart?e partion of these gooils on the premise are
enabled to vouch as to reliability and desirability.
JOHN J3. -Txsjrrsjjsoixr,
42 Fairfield Ave-, 78 Middle St., Bridgeport, Conn.
TTonry 33. rftclion,
DEALER IN
Iron and Steel,.Blacksmith and Carriage Manu
facturers' Supplies.
438, 440 Water Street, Bridgeport, Conn
perfect remedy for skin diseases, chapped
hands and lips, and never falls to cure
piles. Edgar F. Hawley, Newtown
S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook ; A. B. Blake
man, Botsford; B. Hawley & Co., Step
ney. Henry Ward Beecher once informed a
man who came to him complaining of
gloomy and despondent ieeling, that
what he most needed was a good cathar
tic, meaning, of course, such a medicine
as Ayer's catharitio pills, every dose be
ing effective.
It's just as easy to try One Minute
Cough cure as anything else. It's eas
ier to cure a severe cough or cold with
it. Let your next purchase for a cough
be One Minute Cough Cure. Better
medicine ; better results ; better try it.
E. F. Hawlew, Newtown; S. C. Bull,
Sandy Hook; A. B. Blakeman, Bots
ford ; B. Hawley & Co., Stepney.
We might tell you more about One
Minute CoughfCure, but you probably
know that It cures a cough. Every one
does who has used It. It Is a perfect
remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness.
Itlsin especial favorite for children,
being pleasant to take and quick In
curing. E. F. Hawley, Newtown; S.
The Planet Jr. No. 8 Horse Hoe.
Probably no other cultivating machine la so
widely known the Planet Jr., lor it is In uaa
throughout the civili.ed world, it la ao
strongly built as to withstand ineiedible
striMn ; yet it ia light and ejtsy tt handle.
For Is:; we offer important improvements
in our No. s Planet Jr Horse Hoe and Culti
vator, as described below :
The Frame is longer than uual, and about
one a half indies higher, and will not clog
easily. Has steel draft hook.
The Standards arc f i a :ue.l up hollow with
round throatsot stilt they polish ijuick-
ly ami tree, themselves readily from obstruc
tions, and they claip the frame ami strength
en it.
The depth is under perfect control by means
ot a new lever w heel, and the new patented
depth regulator, which are moved instantly
in unison, by a single lever, making exact
w ork, steadying the iimcliint ami reliovelnK
the operator.
The Kxpander. This is an entirely new
pattern, superior to all other forms; exceed
ingly strong, simple, accurate and positive in
all positions.
Handle and ilraces. These are also abso.
lutely new and the most etlec-tive and stilt
est combination known, at once niakin ih
tool ritnd and yet allow int: every adjustment
ot handles, in height and snlewise.
r.very part is pertected to make the tool
acceptable to the intelligent tanner; he
knows the best is always the cheapest.
The Planet Jr. No. 5 Horse Hoe
Is made like the popular 1SB pattern. It
does not have the improved depth regulator
and the expander and braces of the No. 8, yet
it is strong and serviceable and will give lull
satistrction. lias an excellent expander and
handles adjustable, both perpendicularly
and sidewi-e.
Planet Jr. 12-Tooth Harrow.
This comparatively new tool is carefully
made and unNhid, has a high frame and
chisel-shape teeth an inch wide. It may bo
ret with teeth trailing, by simply changing
one bolt in each tooth, t.reatly improved
tor "'.;.
The toot lever pulverizer is a capital ad
dition. Hand levers regulate both width and
depth while in motion.
0
& HARRINGTON'S
IN A STASKISH.)
Bridgeport, Conn.
C. Bull, $ndy Hook ; A. B. Blakeman,
Botsford ; B. Haw'ey A Co., Stepney.
Words comes from all quarters that
the nearest and most satisfactory dye
for coloring the beard a brown or black
is Buckingham's dye for the whiskers.
Scott's
Emulsion
the cream of Cod-liver Oil, witk
Hypophosphttes, Is for
Coughs,
Colds,
Sore Throat.
Bronchitis,
Weak Lungs. !
Consumption.
Loss of Flesh,
Emaciation,
Weak Babies,
Crowing Children,
Poor Mothers Milk.
Scrofula,
Aneemla;
In fact, for all conditions call
ing for a quick and effective
nourishment. SmJr TomfhUl. fret.
tca'.ta iowna, N. T. Ail Braggl. 0e.taf!-

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