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r'ttlUAY, AI'RU. 17, 1HUO- A'! MIX : J.'itllMfV I, l,ii. ouk. l!, I I i fit,.:, (iio .1100 m m lOWIl ionics. MATTKKS OF BUSINESS. Sirrn's Ki-i'ut display in millinery! Trimmed liuls from '.i."ic up. liig variety i i liulii s' and I'li.lilrcn'H ImU and nailors. !-iiviiil prices in silk ami laundered I v ;u t.s. 'lutik-i, t-uiu i-iipcs anil skirts. We have tin, largest Hs-ortiueiit In the si. ile nil 'ounce! irut. ( liildnn's reefers, nil siri, '.i.'h- up. I'lfiuit'd hrilliiiiitorn skirts 1 !ih up; tailor mailt) nulla t0 lip VV luri in lunliurv Main t-tri'rf, Mcrn's, I clonk iiml millinery house. nil I the lit M. lending TlUNl l Y CHURCH. I'll I I ; I . T V I iik nil-: I'KIVS. In' at (.lie I ni' cinuiiiiitrr mi prws wi ilmn li, in xi Moi.iliV, Apiil L'O, at '1 iiVlml, In nsinti prWKjiii lliose who will In make imy cPi:i 111'-' in llit'ir pres ri'l i-iltms, oilier who d sire pew s, lhl-1 I'HI, IllUlill nillkc .-UTanoinent-1 Willi I hi' rouiiitiuei' ut, I hi- time. i 1 1 1' m u 1 1 in : s w 1 1 i. m ii in iik in place. I'll,1 nnv origin is lo be Khippc 1 from N i w uk mi Sal ii ni it y mid will ii it ivi' in NrMiiwii, nrxl Mm, ilsiy. I i, will n quire .1 vvrrk (if III (lays to Sl't tin' OIllll Up ind havi' it really Id' u-'i'. Tin- Indies of Trinity i-liuri'h iiili'iul lo a - ii r In tin- Imminent of the t'hui'ch in III,' lieu r I u! lire. The proceeds n ill In- lor I lie ornan huil THK. ST MAKY'3 SOUIKrY KKTKBTAiSmkN T. I hiiv tie- feeling i hat the cntert :i in HHTit Kivrii last uri k hv I hr Si rial mill I ,il rriil v i ill!', ile-iei vi-s i norr ( ll.lli a hi irf i anil pus-iii.; li en! loll. Il was all thing j c nil - ii In , it , a i ml a Mr event for t hr nun. I lir p I"' . ,t ii , lltl 'I'll ; lid I l.il . Ill, Il pi IM t V ' wh a n ,,i .pi a Hi I th ii ,' w a - nil i', in liillrtl in, i I' V 1 1 1 1 1 1 g was r-is and j i f i t wolk d In, xp i.V Hi- wl , t w i ! 1 1 , u i any I M ui.l M r-i ( .ord 1 III hrlp of 1 i-s I . I (lira !' a U a lid hi ' mii.',ti hi, Ii a 1 no IV well In' pri mil of the 1 nl that I la- auil lrl , r wa it rvrr ori'llpicl till' I i n a ,' ro a 1 1 . llle rr wire hiiiic I 1 1 1 1 i ; v l"i Ii w , ui 1,1 not i, I con r-r a I 'ii i il an iiinliiii'i' ; and rrr not appreciated h I In I hr y III lh' h I r hrr ll I, lit I th Hi I In 'f t Wll llOUl "S r r than half j brought, on j a nil t hr l r ! r in t.'ir II. Thr ; oir w a ( a real su r- roiiHiil.'i s i hat it was not J r lull r ma nrr , hut that I. pa' t - wrir al- r iri'i'r in t ha t ! i nr I . win, w it h t hr i f IfeTiua n ii. i-'iudiii t ,,1 ! 'lUrjht 1 hr pi'ri '.iii i -t,l u I pri fonna nrr, j r.-lnts. It i-i thr larn.-tt -p,'ia to the well known Bridgeport jeweler at 357 Main street. L'HA'i'H 01" MEi', JANE TAYLOE, 'l lioiijih mil. entirely unexpected, yet the now a ul the d nth oi Mrs .lane Tay lor, wile ol 1,'ev .l.iiiieti Taylor ut he,r home in Tiikeilield distriet, on Sunday morning at III :,'( nVlock, was reeeived hy her many friends w ith fiidnesH. Mrs lay lor hud heen in eriliral health for Nome live wo ks pivt-t, HiiU'erinK w ith a rareiunina of t,hr tivrt, which pro dured iaundire, ti ml die also fullered from heart trouMe. She was (it; years of ii hv. Mrs Taylor was a lady highly esteemed for hrr hrislian character, n8ii,iii) her liUslmnU at all times with his work as a minister of the (iosnel. hut CKpceially drvotrd to thr home cir cle where her s-wrrt ii.tluri ee was ever prr-eii!,. Mir was horn in Knglaml, her inaidrii iiauir hein .lane KntwistJr, and in .ah .ul the year is III she was married to 1,'rv Mr Taylor. Of the oiifht i-hil-i drrnwlmh nlrsprd ihrir marriage hut j three vitirv ive, Mrs K..I. I In i 1. M i s .John I-'. I'rrk and .Mi Mary Tayloiail of j t hi ( town. The f unera I .-or vice was held from her late home on Wednesday tif'.er nooii, al '' o'chu-k. I.'rv ('. I). Dikenian of Stmiifurd lliciatrd. is i nk i n words of eomlort and ina: a fitting t.rihu e to the memory of the deceased wife and mother. The pall hearers were Messrs .Icronir Vorthri.p. II V. Wright, tieorK" ( . raha ri and William Thicket. The in i 'T im m v .as in Ihr I'i'iiH frr y at, I'.rrlc shirr. I.'rv Mr 'iavlor and family have the s inpaihv of a huge circle of friends in their l,rrra einent. A CAPITAL KS'l'EKf AINIUK5T PROMISED. Now j-- :he li.ne to" show whether Newtown is i nirres ted in the lihrary. .Mention was made in Ihr last issue that an entertainment would he given for its IxTielit. A good musical program has been irepari d, short, and of a popular character, which cannot fail to please. People having in mind the musical future f the tow u our,hr, to hr intcre.-trd in the adv iiu rm, nt of our oting people. 1'h'iM' having the entertainment in hand have hie'i foitni.ate in "ecuiing the ser vices ol Mis Kiiiuiu iuii!iii:g IWnk -, A'hi.'r irpipaiion as an ( 1 irui ionisf. is not local. Among the many press no tices ol her n ail i his from the New York metal plow, best made. Two plows, shop worn, one-halt price. Extra parts for all kinds plows and farming tools. All kinds nt bottom prices, at E. E. Hawle.v"s. A HANUSOMK A!) VkRTISEMEBT. The enterprising linn of Meig & Co., of Bridgeport, dealers in men's clothing, take extra space in making their spring announcement, this week. They have a handsome line of goods and have a host of friends in Tun liKrc's territory. l'irdsey IJeardslcy has bought a fine pair of cattle. They came from Goshen. The condition of .Mrs Allison P. Smith, whose serious illness has been noted in these columns, is believed to have ma- ri.-i 1 1 y improved over a week ago. It 1 expected with increasing strength other troubles may be overcome, and that her c nvalc-cei.ee will speedily follow. I lowland Dry Gjods Co. (ioi iucily the lliw''Ml-Slaik Co W are. receiving new jacket'., nr x n ew suits, shoes waists, new new skirts, cloves and constan t- :w canes, new new 'Tncle" Peter Keeler, who for 20 years or so has conducted a cobbler's shop.in tin' Si reet .has been taken to the soldier's home at Noroton. '"Uncle Peter's"' fa miliar figure will be missed, but at Noro ton he will be sure of good care, and the change f , nm bachelor's fare will doubt less he :.gi eealile. Michael Koran and Peter McMahou succeeded in capturing two young foxes alive, lust week. ( hoicest new maple sugar and syrup ilinetfrnm Vermont orchards, only loc pound at K. F. llawley's. and perfect tumblers, :. F. Mawley"s. only each, We are prepared i r . i orders lor street ana costumes. to take The onlv reliable fertilizer is II. J. 1 linker's and Plumb and Winton's ground I hone, special prices at th" store I K. F. llawiev. Our fashion trade moves us with the fashion from the start; and this fart puts us generally in advance of those who wait for a style or ma terial to be called for. Fashion has chosen for this season many new an el beauti ful things; and we hae them in ahuiiuance. li inti'il warp silks. In 1 Moral anil monotone ett'ects iiliick Inoeniled Hilks in a ot patterns. ' San-tare printed silks In Persian j stripe rlle.eta. isiiK uiKi moimir (in'iininiKiH ami crepona; tiotli black inn! eolored liluek eanvas (liinntssra and btaniiie brocti- THE LARGEST IN THK CITY. cr-dan, Dresden iniigiiineeril line and l'e.fein eynoti : "',lo I'.mma Ituniiing liank-, graduate of the I'll i lai.elph ia school of icutci.. ivleii' .In leceiv, d the g"id ad -oA, i p . ' medal -ouie 'ear-. ago. a- ni'i-t - ii 'ci'--1 ii il v proiliici d the com It "Fngi'g al." It was p'.'oiiounced the r fi n'ma nee ever given on lluy your wall paper now, best assort ment and patterns, Ic and ."ic roll; 10 per cent di-count this month at K. E. Haw ley 's. n New la ven County. SOUTH BRITAIN. n Sicilian, brilliatinc, glace, (ii'iina la, coating and Dresden neat he op, -!-t( (' I'll" ell d i lie a I the IV Ho, ,V in! mem i t,V g n nr j hill - her pil Will he o S'at f k f ; at ' he 4. I'he Apnl 'ton ilati "."' She will be a--, John W. Deane. i'li on next Wedncs- ( 111 t hen tie -ecu ("I'd Haw I, y, and in San of Warner. Taylor lor the entertain- s i , i : i , ) i na I tini', wa and face through the carelessncHS. of his hrlner. Hi expects to resume work in a few days. ACCI lI-:NT TO ZINA l'.KAIil). ard, sawyer at Taylor's sfeatn (iii!(? badly cut about the head of P.ethU'hem spent ister, Mrs II. M. Cun- I. Mitchell were tin I ,'! -I' t,''. F.i ver fn I in 'mi"" dr. II M 1,'lm I: g,. I t i 1 1 1 1 e i r n 'i.' I' : i n 1 1 I , ct (in ma n a heart win- I lei n - II 1, ,, 1 1 1 1 g . I Midi"." ai tl the, "M , it ion -" w , rr dour t he msl r ii inr nt a I in u thr pi "g 'a m entirely -uit some (hing ainlitoi's a- r sonir fault I' iii' i' tiir com . v , imt the p I a i , i I ,, ! a - to d row i humor e x pi e --a d i "I th" fun h , nt lb. me al V -org, but t lien ni in i hat ei'tidi ic v. ( ( U . I ha' I he i f could not he other The "i adi t,4 ami 1 1 eh ami origs i( w it h line i 11, a t and ic w as doubt less t.lu I liill'tSIKOi Th.- "I .iiing meet at M i-- at u nl iv a I', i J ., at 2 n'd'a AT THK COXGHECiATIONAL CliUUl H ; l.adie.-' Mis-ion ( irrle will v 1 1 ii ;i. HOW and I il ,v ! ! 1 - I ' V r I , ' 1 Will If I - norning -e A -I j i t ua 1 1 I i i .111,1 ik at tte April pi eacil itt's in ihr i el nrxl, wi m, a oat ' vi ae Val ct ii rn to Iiiii cb . i. at : St ri i k, rt on April Wallace Haves Sunday with his lirld. 1'.. M. Mitchell and home over Sunday. Miss Alice Wile of Danburv is the gie -t of Mi-ses Ahhie and Susie M itchell. Mrs I'aroline Pierce is spending a few davs w itii her sons here. I'he leap year party April II), was quite a success. The ladies favors for i lie (ierman were card dishes decorated with Faster lilies,. 'I'he gentlemen's A 1 mi n i i Ii , I livinit his coui'. ni't Sun- :o o'clock. the sermon ul the hook small marks Mis Thoma e I'-t l ie! . dual 1 (li.-ea-e. ."die llllii'l al -el vie 1 ' i ( i . who live- in i ihi u-c m Sunday la-t. fn in heart wa- yen:- (d age 1 he - were he Id f nun St 1 ,' i-e'- nio-f pra isr w in t h v "f all. The talent and i tie, t ivenrss di-plaved in Oils program give proiui-ir of still bet ter things ui come. Kvery good cit v m will hope tha' this new club has come te stay and will ri j 'ice that it is not only n means of good to its members, but a la-t i g benelit to the town. - j O. O, Wright. church i n Tuesday morning al. 1 I o'clock. Father Fox i llicial ing. The interment w. is in St. 1,'o-e's cemetery. Mr.- M. S. ( i Wednesday (.,, daughter. Mrs went to W atei bury on end a lew days , hi-r 1 1 am -on amp. .lananese paper cutters and I County New STEVENSON- .vnch is having a cornice and : new roof put on his hou.- e. Brew (troth- j rrs are doing the work. F. A. Isabel is re-rooling bis barn. Howard Stevens is doing the work. The party at H. W. I'.radley 's, Tues day rvi'iiing, was very murh enjoyed by ail present. Music was furnished hy 1 "eck and i-liorn. 'ut r iei ,-k I. Mohu i rs Florentine styles. Imported silk and wools in Persian, Mosaic and IM'c.sdeu (lesions. Ki-frlish and Seoteli suitings. Tailor cloths in diagonal, covert and whipcord etlects. Seotcti twe,i',ts, cheviots, etc. Krench tancies in two tone and multi-color Oil eels- Fine French organdies in large Variety. Fine Seoteli ginghams in I'eraian and other e Herts. I.iiirn batistes, plain, striped, dotted and Jiurcil. Gnitim lines and Swisses. .Sateens, dimities, percales, cambrics, .to. fhiUons in steel, jet, enamel, ilt, silk and eoiiihlnation ; also rhine-8tones with cut steel cameo, moonstone, pearl and tancy color centres. SpanKles and bead trimmings, jet and nov elties in Persian and in-esden color sctiemeH. Breton, l.ierre and Renaissance laces. t'.reton litre scarfs and Helms. Batiste insertions" all overs, .Vc. Kibbons to match everytinnf. ljargo as sortment ot Persian, IH'eadeu and other fancy ribbons. "Fashions" for April is ready with an illustrated short story, a page of portraits of "America beauties," the "Home Dressmaking Depart ment " and several pages of bicycle pictures, news and notes; French fashions, vice for the housekeeper, a page of clever jokes and other Our stock of new spring fuits and overcoais is the largest and newest shown this season in the city. The haroMwork of the best designers and garment m ikers- the result of long imnthsJif careful studv and select ions-at y ur eemmand Th s styles moat approved The fabrics marvels of neatness Fancy worsted suits in Ra'ks and cutaways, $10- 12.50- 15, 18 20 Fancy cheviots. $6 50, 7 50, 8.50. 10- 12.50. Over 300 suits at $10. This Jot in about a dozen patterns, eclipses any line ever put on sale at this price Iti eludes worsted suits, black, blue gray sny fancy mixed. Chev iots in th'i new odors at d black and blue O'.hrr seasons these suits wore cheap at $13 50 See thein Try them ov They will interest ycu. COVE .-IT OVERCOATS at $10, are full strappsd seam, strictly all wool and qual the $20 styles in effect. A SPECIAL OVE COAT FOR $10 is a steel grey worsUd. which we have in evety size from 34 to 50 and in lengs and stout i- Just the color for a med iunr dark dress overcoat CHILDREN'S SUITS We b ?ught a large lot of all wool cheviot suits in black, blue- b-own and grey, which arn worth $4. The maker needed CaSH- Our off' r takn Thi'y are yours far 32 50. a sure saving ff SI. 50 on each suit Junior and reefer suits tor the little boys just out "f f kirts, sizes 3 to 8, S2, 2 50 3 3 50,4, 5 50 MEN'S At D BOYS' FUR3iISHIN S from hats to hose, neckwear- under- wer, ntgiigen mrts. giov s. prciai values in nrgi gee enirts, ouc. 75e, worth 50 per cent moie THE MONARCH NEGLIGEE SHIRTS-Our stock of this superior shirt is larger this season than evsr and at prices that comppte with the cheap makes, S I 1 25 1 50, 2. All the new shapes in col- i !a s, fouv with detachable collar ard cuffs- To-day this make- Monarch j stands at the head of all ready to we.ir shirt- It tits best. It is 'made best. : It wears best and feels most comfortable to the wearer- We carry a com ulete stc-ck of Moni'rch 1 ress Ehirt s- Can give you any length sleeve or any '1 -s- ' r HHMJUMBAHSHi,! Ij" ' 3 ' l(l( THE D. M. READ COMPANY, BHIOGEP0RT, - CONN. eiz3 neck large as 20 neck Prices trom S1 to S2. 1-90- 2 40, 3- in Derby and Tourists' newest shapes- JOHN KEANE 349 Main Street, enrntr John street Hats, SI 25, 1-45, & CO., Bridgeport, Ct. SELLING I2Ii:i AM) BRASS CAGES For a good deal less than they are worth, because we have no further use for them-, S .10 for bird and eiige. : Silks are to be worn so much this 'Hiring and summer that all the lovely coloring? ha'e been woven into the most exquisitcjand artistic patterns and t-fleets. And we have gathered together the hand somest we could iiml; des-ign and textures. RUGS! CARPETS! STRAW MATTINGS ! j llavinv; Taken the Agency (or The New Leader Wash I ing Machine. Crockery depart-tht-ir newest l)n SJti.On the entire $2 Os to $I.jX). ; It can ho si-en mi tii I.c i .)nt: put in your house i tory tukun nwiiy. a u in! in ; e iH i.-.e u:ile-s yon are ii!-ii ' you cull to Imok at Wu-hin I loott over our slock ot i.nu , fhni ' lU'S- we arc st i 1 in t Ii' , purity iiml pric it y never low ere Ni ( .roeei y StorP. i ! . it not. sjLtistue all we ask. No with il . W hen li MiK-hine, ju.-t rleR iiiul yon will :r .' it V, !Te-li- er untlei --ohl aii'l t al ial Drivi in nl. an Ingrain (all Tin' i.f-ailmv i.r-.i ;i li IN tiTC 7T 0-) ;cr uiir line ;nul p'l price-- cntcrtaininjr materials "Fashions" is published by us to giveaway to visitors. a2 WARNER, TAYL0K& CURTIS, SANDY HOOK. ; 7 HES . PRICES FOR I l-:ii"iiis Hi-, l:,c , I'rii.'u--., '1 ll'- -.',' . I 'lHIli, .'. r.uil ('111,-- '.',.. ; ! Ii ,!l. c '1,',-. CASH I Ii, lor ; ONLY ! (, KT V III' It FISHING TACKLE ! Tin- Jlovjaud Dry Hoods Jiridgepori Co. onn iij s ii- mis AKMI.NIAN MASSAt'H ASt) l l'S blEl'o its cause: M:ij ir Mil, el;-', treasurer of the -in ie - 1.,'ink "i 1, iiiei'iirl. ii t-i-rd .i.l;iv i I U-t ni'i'l, ;il ill-' ll',i'k, -p.-r.il mi; ni'i-t ( ( tini.- liy the ,,'ink f.f the I'clllll'lU'U. I I " I i-fl i .tcii'll .11. I .111(11,.,! (i Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Tlic utmve i" td lie I lie --lil'i el (if tin hi ilrests uhieli is I-i I,,- iven. next .-nihil. iy evenuij;, April It', in ttie ( iiiregn liuiiiil h (i i i ll, at 7 .'in ii'eleeU. I Ik speilkl r Will lie I lev II. II. A -I i ,111, Il I'll live A rineli i.i ii. The in:t-:iei (. in A rtue nia Imve iippHlled I lie hem t cf the In i-l l in win lit. The ill w-piipe," icpdi t- hiie mther u!.ilert.'iic(l limn (iveriuird thcii extent lltl fir, v liy. I he A rinetiiai! s,,l !( rm' their f.'itth; wle-n I he lieiee Kuril IniecH with Ins sword the litflire (il tin i rnss upon the nn-unil mid hid the A r iiieiii.iii tiiiiiple upon it, or ! Ihru-t Ihrounh. the A i nici, 1,1 n ehoose.s de;,th. U hut h.-is iven this people such tiefoie I, -iilh will he interest i;.k to leiim from the lips ol ;i li'llow-eouulr) nan. All lire eiiiiliiiUy invited to the ineel iu;, next Suiidiiv evening. A eol lection will he I uUen to Mil in the work of relit f to the A rtneii inn n, II, i er s, c.iri ieit on hy t'lurn 1'otrton ot the loll ('toss sceiety. FIFTH ANJ LAST FELLOWSHI? MEETING. T'he series of fellowship uicctinK which has heen conducted so Kuccess'ful ly in the hint few month among the ( '011-XreK"l-i,,"'1 churcheB in this vicinity will lie closed, next Tuesdny, Apt il 21. The phice of meeting will then he the ( un giegHtioual chinch at lirooklield Center. There will he morning mid afternoon sen kIoiih, the morning etinion lieginning ut II o'clock. As this ia the lin-i, of the meetings, it promises to he the culminat ing one in point of interest. Miss Kuiily ('. llawley of Ihwihury, the talented graduate from Mt lloljoke Female .Sem inary, and successful Christian worker, will speak on the power of woman. Jit v II. C- McKnight. of f-he.r man, Kev Frank A . Johnson of Mew M ilfoi d and I lev i.is W. iiarker of Newtown also have part in t he program. The 10. IC, a. in. train from Newtown will he met hy carriages at lirooklield .Junction. A cordial invi tation to this meeting is extended to all. I per 1 ' "nit i crate or -l i. i vr, Oil II .' in i, ir in i l.'i :uul iip-!.o il.'i'.c line of v,:iii p:i v M'ci' at Warm r, Taylor ei '''. I ' i- -ilir.f; at very ino,l .Itist brooms r.e ()ll" l'.'ic at 1- for fun for this month, three for ."ic. heMer ones, two for 2-"c, itv for 17c. steel garden rakes F. Hawley's. AT ST HOSE S. On Monday morning at !l O'clock a solemn high month's mind muss ia to he said at St liose's chuich for the lamented Patrick Keane of llolsford. Father Fox will be assisted hy Father Smith and F'ather Kennedy of Danhury. Father Only, formerly curate at St (one's hut, now at faint Hartford, was a gut st at the parochial residence for two days, Uiis week. On Tliumlay morr.lrg at '. o'clock a months mind niasi was said at St Hose's church for the late JoJin Farrell of llaw-leyville. Kev Dr T. T. Mudkt, the pastor of the United Congregational church of New Jlaven, and one of the best known min isters of the Congregational drnon Tui tion In New Kcglard, lias been stopping ar. the Utimd Central, thi-i wetlr, with Mrs M ungi r. The many friends of Mrs Z-tlmon Teck will refret to learn of tire serious cci dent which hus brfallen her. She ft il on Wednesday mul brokn her riglit collar bone. Dr E. M. Smith atteuded to her It juries. Dr L. A. Smith of New o-k has been the guest ot his brother, lr E. M. Smith. Mrs M. C. Uodjjer, who is a incceas ful teacher, has opened a kindergarten school at her residence at the foot of the Street. Already she has ft half: doawn pupils. Mr and Mrs P. T. Botsfnrd are in New town once more, having pass" d the win ter at various points In New York elate. ETsyeselhnrst, the pleasant residence of Wesley V. Hayes ar?d family, was opened, this we-k, to welcome the fami ly from their winter's sfjourn In Bridge port. For fliH diamonds, watches, jewelry and silverware cull on. O. W. Kairt hiid, A. .1. Ilol.hs, I't iliic artriili guest, at I . i V eil iiosu mniuiger at the I ' iiioii Co.. Hridg, 'port, w a- ndlord l'a lot 's at the Hook ','. anil t ried his luck at ir- Pitcher's Castoria Children Cry for ling in the 1 'oil i at nek. If nice grass -red. tresh garden seeds, and 15, ndlcy's fort Hi, 'is to give the crops ii good start, .'ire wanted, Warner, Tay lor .V ( uitis at tin- 1! ink can lill the want .it bottom price-'. PAINTS ! Miss Kutli an expi cteil ter, Mrs S. W M'li. Call on . i ispi'i-t. tie for Ss .( I . I llridley froth llistcm w: jiict nr the home of her si '. Hull at the Hook, th is C. Hull at Sindy Hook and new In:n; Hartford bicycle s a beauty. The slater Dramatic 'o. have T''t:n at Costello's opera house at the Hook, this week, pla) ing each evening. K. W. Dutchcr rides a I.ovell Dianioni! light roadster, for which he is agent. Have you seen his advertisement :t II not look it up, if you are looking for an A No. 1 wheel. Frederich Schielke, who lived across the river in the town of Southbury, died on Monday at his home, after a short ill ness with pneumonia. He was -is years old and leaves a wife and four children in mourn the loss of husband and father The funeral was held from his late resi ilet ce on Wednesday, liev J. D. Smiley of South Britain ( Hi -dating. The inter inent wa in the Pierce Hollow cemetery at South Britain. While the "professionals." were quietly snoozing, lust Monday morning, Ueorge (feddes, .1. H. Warner's right bower, coaxed six line trout to try his hook. He got home soon enough to take break fast with the family. Improvements are in order at the resi dence of F. x-Sheritl Aaron Sanfoid, in cluding a large addition being built on in the rear of his house. Mr and Mrs Turney Northrop are now living in the brick house of Mrs Emily Northro .). They wish to extend their sincf re gratitude to the many kind neigh bors and friends who Jtave sympathized with and aided them in the calamity which came upon them. Everything for the farm at Warner, Taylor & Curtis' nt the Hook. Call and look over the new tools and machinery When spring weather really gets liere the winter suit and overcoat appear heavy, look a little the worse for wear and suggest a change for something fresher and lighter iu weight, Davis & Savard, 42!) Main street, Bridgeport, claim that they can save their customers some money on the purchase of good re liable clothing for spring wear. They deal directly with the manufacturers on a spot cash basH. They sell on the same plan for cash and feel (bat the bet ter trade they can give the purchaser theSmore certain they ae that he will eonio back 'to them again, speak good word to his friends and inerea-e their business. Don't delay, but go at once to 12. F. llawley's and secure some of the cssh bargain", as this is the last month. Oil flakes 2e pound, Carolina rice 4o, Pettr. Jihn lOo paeksire, granulated sugar IS pound for SI, White T.oaf, Washburn's or Christian's fl ur $i 25, at the store. Choice g,-as and ga'd.Ti seeds, new Rnd fresh, this yesr. All kinds serd potatoes direct from Maine at special price. Buy the M' Iron Beam Hand Wc have tin-iiirireMt slock ot Paints in the city aii-l iiumtlc only the best. It you contem plate ulni; pain,, tret our priees unit color ear.!.-.. Kopex, lili ck.i, Lmliteis, Chains, etc. THE HUBBELL.&WADE COMPANY 362 Watar Sv.. Bridgeport, Conn- WHEELER & CO., W 1 1 ( ) I , KS A 1. E & K ET A 1 L I) E A I. E RS IN 1 1 Kill CLASS SEEDS. SEED POTATOES! We have a hill stock of Vermont and Maine Seed I'otatoeH, all true, and high grade stock. We have the best Seed Oats oflered in New England. True Russian Uarley clean and free from lout seed. We sell the highest grade of all kind ot Grass Seed. It you want Pure Seed come to -us. We have Spring Wheat, Spring Rye, in lac we have everything that is kept in a flrst cltiss Seed store ami reasonable prices. Catalogue Iree. WHEELER & CO., BfilllliEI'OltT, CONN. IX ANTED AND EOit 8AT.K Wanted a ot o.ien that will weijh about 3,00(1. sale an endless chain dog power, new. BE 4KI), Shelton, conn. pair Eor O. U. JXilt S A f.E III! TO KENT I aeres, tfood build ingH wen HtocKr -A good farm ot 75 ind'well watered. I with Iruit, situated in Head ot til - Meadow district., two miles west ot New. town street. In. mire ot AtiTllUR I.. I'ECK. Newtowu, Conn. ss. I'robato of DISTRICT OF NEWTOWN, Court, April lit. Kstato of IIAKtilKTr 11L,VKMAN, late iewuwn, in nam uisu-K-x, deceased. Upon application ot ADDIE NICHOLS pi-avini; that an instrument in writing purporting lo be the laat will and testament of said Harriott Hlackniao, dececsed, may be proved, approved, allowed ant Emitted to probate as per application on tile more fully appears, 11 ia OltDEItED-That Raid application lie heard and determined at the I'robate Office, iu Newtown, in said district, on the 2-2d day of April A. 1 189(1, at 2 o'clock in the alternaon, and lluU notice lie given ol the pendency ot said application and the time and p'aee of hearing thereon, by pub lishing the same one time in some nowspa ptjr having a circulation in said district, and by posting a copy thereof on the public sign post in the town ot Newtown In said lisj ti iet. M. J. BUADLKY, Judge. DISTRICT OF NEWTOWN ss. Probate Con rt, April 13, ISSHi. Fstato ot I.AWRENCF, MITCH ELL of New town in said District an assigning insolvent debtor. lino the application of Michael J. Houlihan ot Newtown in said District, Trustee otthein solvent estate ot said debtor, showing to thia Court that there is a certain etvK action brought hy said Trustee against Ida M. Ha zard ot Monroe and now pending in the Super ior Court, wherein said Trustee olatms 25iX) damages, and which claim is disputed and doubtful, and that said Ida M. Hazzard claims certain personal propertv, the title to which Is in dispute and doubtful, and pralngf lor power ami authority to compromise said claim and compound the same, as per appli cation on file more folly appears, it is (laiiKimi-That said application b heard and determined at the 1'rohate OfHoe, in Newtown in said district on the Kt"l dav ot Apiil, A. D. IwDti, at 9 o'clock in the afternoon, and tha notice be friven.ot the pendency ot said application and the time nnd place ot hearing thereon by publishing the sune once In some newspaper having a c.ieutatiou in MUjd district before said lime assigned. M. J. UEA ILEY, Judge. ITERRILL,BETTS & CO. SAN 1)1 ii IK, C INN. A Complete Stock of Ferry's Celebrat ed Seeds for ihe Gaiden -piec, . "-1 ( l.'ll Fi Hi, Kme '-,1 I '. ( : ! 1 1 -. A flJtWI.F', , B. inclioi'. ISA.C D- HALL0CK, Hydraulic engineer, ! Down stairs in the merit they are oil', ring ner.Sets from ." US to set. Tea Sets, from ! Toilet Set, from 81 Oli to $10. US ; as hand some varieties as you've seen anywhere, handsomer probably. .--PrXI.U.. For one week we will sell the famous Keystone Heater.' at 7". cents. Then hack will g the pnic again to sl.nii tegular (price. In the llou-efiirnisliii'w department ?peeiul prices have been made on lirooms because it's .Spring 0. 12. 15 and T.i cents, bast value? ever r tiered. Japan ese dusters, 2 for 5 cents. Hnameline, 1 and S cents. H'uax. Kc a lb. Large bottle of Parlor Pride, 10c. Blueing, :ic. a bottle. Willow carpet beaters, sc '1 apers, 5c. Gas lighters, 25c. Motha line, large package, lbc. New lines of scrap, work and lunch baskets. Fancy Candle?, all colors, 3 for 10. If you want a good Black Silk Skirt at a Saving of from $2 to 5-1 on each one, we can do it cm a Satin de Chine, Tafleta Silk, Satin Khad.ima. 'hina Silk. l'eau de Soie. Sample skirts worth anywhere from $7 to 10 each, for 4 (is. New Iress Cambrics, medium and light grounds, figured and stripes. Sc. the yard. Wash Goods department. Compare our Capes and Jackets with those ycu have seen here before, compare the styles and finish. You'll be delight ed : We have always had the bes;. the most Genteel, and vet these easitv eo ahead cf anything before. How is it? why ia it? Knack. I.i;tle Cr ats. Keefers, Iiresses, Bonnetg and Shoes for the little ones babies. -New styles that have been thought out to make them look springlike and sum mery. I.uddmg with the buds and blos soming witii blossoms. M'KCIAI.. We have put on special sale all our half-wool Chaiiies, those that have been seilii g for It and 25 cents yard, for U cents a yard. All one quality but in two ditl.Teht widths, 21 and -i0inches ; light and dark colors and 4 to IC, yards in the patterns. V A I ;n Kit B Winer V I'.lliipir J-ail-'ii: i ),-, Sys! FRANK J. HOUSTON, Ladies' Specialty Cloak and Suit Store are now Offering Special Inducements in Spring Garments. LADIES' JACKETS in plain- covert and kersey cloths 2 75 to 23 00- LADIES' CAPES in Tans, Black, Navy, Green 1.98 to 19.00- Brcwn and FRANK J. 449 MAIN ST., I HOUSE WRAPPERS made of Percales, with large sleeves Watteau back, ruffle collar in all col ors and sizes 59c. CHILDREN'S REEFERS, Red, Blue and mixtures 75c to $9 HOUSTON, BRIDGEPORT, CT. YACHT PAINT3, COPPER, FANCY OUTFITTINGS Whole lines of everything needed in a thorough overhauling before going into commission for the summer. Oystermen's Dredge-Links and Rings. Netting. House Paints, Sn every variety of color and goodness ; easy working kinds with plenty of body, fine quality. Never was a store in better shape to buy from ; never were prices cheaper. THE Rider S Sherwood Co. Ill WATER ST. BHIDGEPOKT, CT Telephone Call, 546-2. WANTED A capable girl tor general housework. MH3 D. G. BEERS, New town. DOG NOTICE Notice Is hereby given to all persons owning or harboring dogs In the town ol Newtown that tbey must regis ter he same at the Town Clerk's ofllee In aid town on or betore May I, W1J. All prisons neglecttojf to comply with the abo e notion will t9 prosecuted as the law UrPt9. IWII.L1A.M if. GLOVER, THOMAS J. BRADLiOY, H ENRY O. CURTIS, select men ot Newtown. M. J. HOULIHAN Town Clerk. Dated at Newtown, Ct-, April 10, laS A good smart tooy to do chores 1IUUI. Al. UT ANTED M and make himself usetulon a W. WRIGHT, Newtown. OR SALE A good new milch eow, ayounir furrow cow. and a -warllnir Jwtil. I. Morgan's Four Corners, New- GOODSELL, town. LHR8ALE R Pointer Pups 7 tor cash. tf 00 each it taken soon HU LL, Hawleyv llle Conn. weeks oUi all lieap, A. C. GARRICK 5081. Race record 2 3:!, Trial mile i. -27, Weight 1200 lbs. This stallion is a black horse with white hind ankles, line style, heavy hone and muscle, high lile and disposition perfect, was bred by E. E Bear.'sley of Itronson Mich; wns toaled in iss'i. sired by llanihle tonian Wilkes, Hi"!', grand sire, George Wilkes, r 1 0, record 2 Dam Emma G. hy Slasterlode, 50S 2d dam Honesty, b St Klmo, hy Ahdallah. IS, ad dam hv Commodore, by Mambrino. This standard bred stallion will make the season ot 18!'0. at my rami in I.oiik Hill, seven miles nort Ii of Bridgeport. Conn, Terms 15. for the season ending September Kith, 1SIHI, $5 payable at time ot servioe, bal ance when mare proves lo he with loal. It mares prove not to bo with fonl, they can be returned the following season without extra charge, Good pasture for mures at owners risk. For further particular address ELLIOT M BEARDSLEY, hong Hill. Conn 0EENAUG FARM. HURL1NGDALE! 2:H4 :)-4. Brother to Furlingham 2 la 1-2; sire Wilkes dale 2 :29, son of Alcantaia; dam Loretta by Aliiioiit, ,lr , 2 :2il by Alinont This grandson ot the illustrious Alcantara, backed up by the blood of the great Alinont, is not only going to win success on the track but in Ihe stud His record of 2 -.14 4 after a tew weeks trsining Is no limit ot his speed. His colts are l 'rge, handsome and will gaited It pays to breed to the best, especially when the service is almost given away. Mares with records ot 2 :3')or producers, bred tree, all others $16 for trie season, $2(1 to insure. Season closes July 1. Call at Tub Uek otlk e tor pedigree or addiess ORENAUG FARM, Woodbury, Conn , or JOSEPH A TCH I SON, 3 Central Kow, Ha tlord, Conn l'i; i:i;iim,i-:i ! H: Ui-, Wi. I , Ih.l Air Tin llll.l l-.ii-i , i-oml il.'-r. '. CO.- II ' n tiiiMiv mi me I Mil ; 1 ; m Tiiakt-s vro popiihir. Wlii'ivvi'r.Mi'i! Il'icr used Uv i mi cr Mt n I n -con it-.- pri ii..! lo have it mi'li r- ' MiimhI. T; Imtcls iiiul I fin ! c-t n en :n it TiHifc a;iit uk 'IT: an. I !it:'rviT ii :s i' ic- ff J - ! it-ate ;H'c p.: c ! i; ; . c ;i U'c lifivi' si'cun.'l two iari;" iioi will n-c h J i i ir 11 at :i cht'ii.-c- price, luive (-nou.irli to up)ly yon si PI, an Mcvi ral i(cw .;U ()!is, jii.-t beuiunui tuiSk. w- jiuv a u'ooil nriee hiivn il .-weet. l"'i'tl HlilTAIN Ell V. i'i Mm liiu! we have to 1.1'lti- LKKAM- H. DILLON k CHOICE MILLINERY! WHAT WE ARE OFFERING THIS WEEK: TOO 0 N S A V E MONEY! Medic city I en I' -i nl Ituril'i-. No in :i-( liis pi irt i:m city prices 1 Patent ni? lo the and i v W. N. IITTKTVS, stki'nkv nrror. WAGONS CARRIAGES Come im 1 see the Wagons nnd Hug ;ie? we have on hiind ropuiar prices an I (juicl. sales. Now is the time to buy. D- G- BEERS & CO., Newtown, Conn KKIO Siylili 'J'ri nun. l 1 1 . 1 1 - sl.ls winlh SL'.-jO 7.')0 J.ls l.oo. -'id (l.i.. riiti-iiiiiiicl Il,-it 1'.' :'s. llnir lli-.iiil - :;s r.'.i. 7-" de r.uuclics Fli.wcrs 0. r, - :):. "id i lo. Oo. 00 iiicccs wi'lt' I'crsiaii and K;uicv liililmii- I'-jc t -IS, SI. old HOW ARE YOUR PLOWS ? Ifyo'ineeila now one, remember th: stitntiljy, the WAKELEY & R0XBURY PLOWS. We. have the new plows and all the parts (or them, so ii you can't get them ol your dealer, or prefer to get direct, the Del castings on he market, drop as a line. W. & H. BR0NSON, Roxbury, Ct- E. H. DILLON & CO. 360 & 362 MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT, CONN J. F. FITSIMMONS, Dcnti rUTin; iirnvoii and ew town, Tue 20 ELM ST. ;.lays From 8 to z. DANBURY, CT 1M)R SAI.K-Mare, 0 1 1 years ohl, sound, gentle, Iree driver, tine ladie-s' horse; also one gentleman' hors .great roatlstor, rfotmd ami hU right. These liorses will be sold right as I have no use tor them. Call or address II. W. FANCIIKR, ilawleyville. Conn. I.tjK S A. L K Two desirable residences in . the vilhige of Tjong Hill town ot Trmn bull, well I(Kaled and in good condition. In quire of LEliltANI) G. lifcEUS, Long Hill, Ct. -4 young tresh cows ami several good lot to Aeleet trom, and prices right, fc. b. FIUSI11K, Iji'ooktieut center, conn. TlOU ,SALP JJ forward springers, klSTKlCT OF HKIDGKPOKT, ss Probate Moil- IVS Estuteof GKO. N. TYUKEI.I. late roe, in SRid (liwtrict, deeeaHed. The (Joiit't ot l'rohute tor the District ol Bridtreport, hath 'limited &. allowed ( months from the date hereof, for the ereditors ol said estate to exhibit their claims tor settlement. Those who neglect to nresenttheir accounts properly attested, within sai I time, will be debarred a recovery. All persona Indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate paymeot to Sarah A. I'eck, Administratrix. WANTED A go ill reliable young man trom 14 to 18 years old, tnust be quick at fig ures, good writer and turnish the boa- ot ret erences. call at, Jonce. B. HAWXEY Co., Stepney Conn. IT AY iOH SALE-Cboico timthvfind JUL gra- es of barn towuCt. hay. D. ot her C. FECK, Niw- DISTRICT Of NEWTOWN, Bf, Probate Court, April 11th, 1S6B. Kstate ot HOMBB A. 6TDAKT, lata ol Newtown, In said district, deceased. Upon the application ot the administrator pravmir lot an order to ell all the real es. state ot said deceased as per application on llle more fully appeara, it is ORDEPKD That said application be beard and determined at the Probate ,offlc in. said Newtown on the Wd day ot April, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon and that notice ot the pen 'inn of said upplieatton. and the time and place ot bearing thereon be ssiven by publish tog the same once in some Bewspaper having a eirenhrtion in said district ielore the time assigned for said hearing. M. J ERA C-LET. Jnla. PlfM.;UlMi Jt yon want vonr earden plouglHHl eali on il. VLStNV T.iuntou UiHU'tot, ttewtowo. AUCTION-I will sell at public auction, on Thursday, the iiSrd ot April, at 2 o'clock p. m . a lot ot household goods, consisting of chairs, table stands, crockery, tin ware, two shoe maker benches, three large brass ket tles, lo a lot ot la miug tool one plow, grain cradle, grain boxes, 1 cart rope, 1 set pu'ley blocks with rope, i yofce chains 2 cross cut saws, a d munv other thiiigs to t numer ous to mention. If stormy sale takes place ltrst iatr day. K. it. RUUKWKLL, stepney Depi.t. S 1$ HA YES Auctioneer. IOUriAXh. Cheap lor want ol use. 1 gray mare 6 years old weighs 900. KDWAiSUS jjniAisusLKii, stepnev tepor QEISD OATS These oats are guaranteed tree U trom weed seeds, or toui stuti-s oi any kinu, and hi; prices are as low as you can Iiml any where, nd quality the beau SI pounds tor a bushel, lid pi nnd tor a hag. Donti ask tor it you will get this weigh tevery time Nova Scotia p'aster for sale. WILLIAM C. Jullii feOJN, Kewtona. TM)U SAI.K- r mile north of Ilotsford Iiroadview Farm, situated one depot. 1X1 acres ot excellent land, statable tor dairy stock, fruit or truck farming, 24 acres of meadow, six acres in clover, good springs, four wells, ex tensive orchards, 1(10 trees; young trees, 345 peach, 115 apple, 00 pear, 55 .Japan and En roppftu plum, 24 quince. Fine nine room house, two large barns, water nt bai-n, lary sheep stable. Kare buildiner sire. View un. surpassed. JOHN H. CUAITKMS, Ilotsford, Conn. IEB KEEPERS WANTED ) to exohango your name f(ir my catahgue of supplies, containing every thlPK need' d trom a polished section, $3 a lutidtoa conip'ete hive, 1 dove mil complete 1 50. in flat 1.25 V ill exchange beeswax for goods or cash. Samples of coinii i-.unnation ami catalogue iree. x,vn E. 8M ITH. Watertown. Conn. NOUTUEliN GUOVVN aKEO l'OTATOKS! l'otstoes are cheap this year and dou't pay lanoy prices tor your seed ! Delaware, Early liose, Early Norther and Beauty ot He bron northern grown seed ; an Invoice in about April 10. Leave your orders with MOliKIS, the Grocer, Newtown. DISSOLUTION SALE! At Taylor & McGrau's Only a short 1 iree left btfore we will have all our stock sold out- Do not wait until the bargains are all gone- Come now and get your choice We have a large assortment to select from: Springs, Mat tresses, Dining Chairs, Easy Rockers, White and Gold Chairs, Single Beds Chambers Suits, Parlor Center Tables. Pictures, Eask s, Mirrors, all must go below cost- Do not miss this sale if you are in need of anything in the furni ture line. We have sold a good deal. We are selling every day. Come and see what a little money will do- We refuse no reasonable offer- We want the moneyi consequently we must sell the goods at any price. TAYLOR & Hc(xRAN, SANDY HOOK, r A DUE'S KACKKT,3$..NU.- Tersey bull tor Palestine Kisti ict, Newtown. lervice. Grades and iHoioiignnrcds, fi. common Mic. liKiii'jii w. aukiiikui' FAUMOF75 ACRES More or loss with buildings thereon, located about I 1-2 miles lrom shelton Depot.postolllce.chui ches high school, ttc, 8-room house, nearly new, desirable property; sure to increase iu value. Inquire ot HORACE WHEELEE, Shelton, Ct., March 17, ltfHi. 0FFICK TO KENT Over K. il. Beers & Co.'s store two rooms, tor terms apply to 11. H. IiEEItS. Xewtown.Conn. "VOTICE Until further notice I nil be at i the Town Clerk's office on every Satur day alternoon from 1 lo 4 o'clock, toi Ihe purpose ot receiving taxes. KOBKK1 . CLARK, Collector, Nswtown, November 9. 115. ijiOKSALK Kxse lor hatching, trom Ligiit 1 Brahmas, Plymouth Kocks, Silver Lace Wvandottes. Black Spanish. Buff and White Leghorn, $1 lor '5 UAWLEV & LAKE, Box 4-2, Hawleyville, Conn. IXlli SALE One Black tour year old colt and two yeaH ng Bulls, both grade Jer seys. B II. SHERMAN, stepney Depot Conn. ilO't SALE Bay Mare S years old weight ' 1000 lbs. sound and gentle tor -anyone to drive, will work anywhere and a good driver reason tor sell iiur have no use for her, price reasonable. CHARLES K. BEAHDSLET, Box bury Conn. KEPA1KS FOUCIiOWN RANGE Always on hand. Best stove on market. C. K. OS BORNE, Southbury, Conn. TUree second hand stoves for sale. TlJANTKo Everyone to take advantage ot the great Slaughter In prices tor tile next 21) days of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Sil verware, etc. JOHN H. KE1D, Jeweler. 4 Wall street, Bridgeport, Conn. PANSY SEED package. C. Finest mixed, only 10c, trial E. OSBORNE, Stepney, Conn. 1 pair oxen, good workers; slso 2 tarrow .lerpey cows. IHEODOKK. TURNEY, Fairfield, Ct. TlOlt SALE 1 pair FOK SALE -Potatoes that took first pre. mium at Danbury, last year. The New Minister and the Late Beauty Hebron. Ex tra fine Price ) per bushel. Farmers wishing to change thei' seed can do no bet ter than lo give me a ca'l, JAMES COLES, Hawleyville, Ct. ta NTED A girl to do gem ral house wo k. V Musi be a good cook, wages tl4.ou. Ad dress Bos 147, with reioretiocs, Newtown. Itoit SALE Olt REST House and barp, 12 ' acres good land plenty ot fruit, also a 7 room cuuige house, all near station nearly new, inquire on the premises ol W. B. COAN, Long Hill, Conn. IrOR SALE White star potatoes tor seed. Raised from Northern seed. Results in field and quality better than anything I have tried. Best selections 60c per bu., bag or barrels lnrnished. A. W. SANFORD, Box bury Conn. 1SOK SLK CHEAP FOR CASH A sorrel ' Horse eight years old, set donble work harness, set double light harness, heavy farm wagon, x plough. Buckeye mowing ma chine, Brown Mare nine voars old. Inquire ot B1RDSEY PECK. Stepney Depot, Conu. IflOR SALE A pneumatic tire bicycle, la 1 first cliws condition with bll and bicycle tools complete. Will sell loi $Bi). C. L. SMALLER, Stepney Depot, Conn. FOB SALE 'a acres of land, divided into meadow, pasture and woodland, sitna'ed on Pepper street, near Edson Turney 'a It be ing land belonging to the estate of Abel Haw. ley, Jr. Inquire ot 8. B. HAYES, Stepney. T?OR SA LE The farm belonging to the lata X J. Hobart Mallett, containing about luo acres, situated in the west part of the town of Trumbull, 13 I mi es lrom Long Hdl station on the Berkshire Division, 1 I t miles from postofflee, 7 miles from the city of Bridgeport near scnooi anu cnurch, suitably divided into meadow and pasture land, never tailing " water, large two story house, two barns with shed containing 2i Btalls, one-halt box, other i.ecessary buildii.gs. The farm has been nsei1 yt 20 yeavs tor boarding gentlemen's driving birses, summer and wider. Would make a g"od milk farm. Address MRS J. HOBART MALLETT, Long Hill, Conn. TXJIt SAL E A medium heavy two-bone X farai wagon or will exchange it for a light irm wagon Inqnire of CHESTER j NORTH ROP, Taun ton District, Newtown. FOR SALE Five tons number one hay. LEWIS KDWA RDS. Stepney, Conn. SALE Two new milch eoira. with calves. H. W. WRltiHT, Newtown. X VOTICE 1 am now prepared to do all kinds L of wagon reps-ring in iroa and wood work, having secured the service of m. thoroughly acquainted with this work, give moaeall. JOHN T. POUIKR, Blacksmith. Stepney Depot, Conn.