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SUMMER BARGAINS THE NEWTOWN REE. Mill AX, MAI 8, IMS Clf CLATIcN: Tlie Only I 0 fcMcsSsli 118 Kev. William was :i physician in New .!.!'. IS i'l JAKUABY 1, 1882, LAST WKF.K, 3100 ! LilllKIVS 423 Main Street, (-ORSEiS 1 lot of .000 Ladies' cool Summer Corsets 50c vakils at 39c ft pair. LAD I ES' SDIItT WAISTS. 1 Lot special value? at f)0c 1 Lot extra value. at 75c I Lot extraordinary values atSl Ladies' Shirt Waist IV w 15 c. Oilt and Silver Bull Pius 10c Silk Belts with Taney buckles 5!:c LA DIMS' VESTS AND PANTS. 200 Ladies' line Jersey Ribbed Vests white ant ecru wi'h bw neck no sleeves and low neck short si.ieves rtir-tilir K'c values at 12 1 2c a pur- LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY. !00 dcz Children's Fine Ribbed uo:.,e black cotton, spliced heels and toes guaranteed stairless, siy.es G to 1) 1-2. regular IDe values at 12 l-2c a pair. 70 dozen ladies' 40 guAgC lioso, Hdiinsdorf fast black. hig-h spliced liels and toes, regular 25c values at 19c a pair. 300 pairs Ladies' KID (il.OVES. in medium and jig-lit shades of Tans, Brown, Pearl and Modes, embroidered backs, regular 95c values at 75c pair ti l.i.cbiM 'Id Court WASHINGTON. M if I it. ll I. practice ft' l" ; liifiitly entf red Ibi M. 1'.. Church, u nt' ... if 1' A It A 1 Itl N A W A V. I'i iday ii. lining, w Is If Tii-ia iv l- ill ivii.g Ids l " bf r-c lead iil.i.vv Me Tu'-mi i'-' ne v I , -u f unhooked. It-: ' ii'K i f! ! f.fii.'inil the hor-cs .t:irt.-il (..,.t M rs Mi . rat h s. " vettal i M i llickox. v.-ir wit- ii. ivirjf a fi Ik for'' -be IlI'llHt V .ma to fni' a v i'l lei I , ii oil the ' -t.fi i,iii' I a i ii a up ' !l 1'1'lt' 111 il I d i -"irri-iji,-. r . ii the !.": ctniv); the ir .r i, ut : -1 ..v. r il.e itc. l i .1. coo palely -Mi tIi- ) ! f id was coming the I. Jil l-!.Sl! fllll-t'fl iif tn the lhree n vvfif ml in a tangie f t.!.f carnage. M I ,'f re flmkiiiK u( ft I'm a if uu ii hired. Mr as nothu.-t and his gr.itmilaugh - M.liic Fiait, v ce'ivd a severe dl dm' in in, i: h if) liuue.i in r .J-Ui .-(. - V vlf - t'atliei ', i'v e;irs, .1 V, ., 0 .,,IilSflt far-f for the ,.i , . ut suhse-iniili:-tiy of the s: "1 inn p;lad i'h! that 1 Olive i ;iea!7e,I all till! .a anlla prcpara :is Known in tlio AYErt'S he only out' ef i". IK ;t I could i'i.; . 1 1 mi as a . ff. :icr. I have ad '.,! lloltlfS oi t as well ill . ' - iM. ('('!', a .1 :if K:iim, M inn. here over Sunday to attend the funeral of Kufus Owens. i;.fv S'lmin 1 8covi!l and family are on the hill for the suivnu-r. Miss Delia N. Cochrane returned from Bridgeport, last Friday night. The J. Malunsou t.ear are puv ting an addition i n " on Water street. Lf their houses EOXBOEY. AT THE FALLS. A boy called and applied for board at the home uf Supt Williams of the Gar net works, April 27. He weighed eight pounds. Ir, U expected that the Garnet works will resume workng tin on or about May 1, which will give work to a large nuui' her of men Hgsiin. univ r s4 into Mr l'f'Kf; ii-tr t he can l t,f . If .'. n the roan ti mid arrived m t In; i -e,- hie h he upon tl'.f wofeK liieki x, lifsi'ie ' it a.-r 11 i ill; leap, ( 1 1 1 II u (:-. M-!i-ui'u-K ; Tin: OiH Y WCBID'S rAIR -! !? - , n y ! I I 1 4.-: - CJ 4.4 p 6.1 VTv t:- '...a for Ayer's PUIS Fair licit! ( E ASTON News. in a. I t. W !1 il li'll. muriate e.-eapi f , or f . i : A N ' . i . ,rl: Mil KS. A i the in xt. reiru'ar meet mj; ot vva.-li- inf'cii l.i'injrf. N-. 11, May bl, two j t, I j fi- v.-'.il he di-cu-ed. The lir.-l "i f 1 women of our i'i uii I y li-l vf (. me. " The -ee nal. -olvi (I. t'fii! h. If ) A 1 . into Perry L i lurd Will he "N il, tri'l what lie it del, ate. ' l: 1. ,'- ,l MlT .1. Ill iii t!i" K Mr ifd Mi oiii- ..r ; i'IMI ' siH'ial iei Ml the ff "i ew liaven. A l!H 1 ' i'i Hev Mr A i t .ll'llf'!" Oil : f lie y f :i r. all very nee I-.. K. i;o .a! nrdiiy ru:, H'lf ir now epefi Mi: Alifie ;:. Vs .- .Iniijt Ilif if I'd t the W( ' it ml i :-t ft- - ITilt CONCKI. NATIONAL CUfKCU NOTES. Hev C. 1'. I'ieri-e of New Haven preach ed in the Congregational church,. Sun day, giving a very interesting and in structive sermon. Ns xt .Sunday a committee w ill b? ip pointed to decide on the new hynjn buok for the church. The younz ladic-i of the Enter prise others eaoghr, lire. Much damage j society are preptring a play, ''The W:H .lone. champion of her sex," to be given in ,, , Academy hall the last of this month. Mr iird Mrs I), i'.intmi culled on ' fri' nds in Urookliedd. Sunday. Mr and Mrs ana Beard of Shelton Mr, ,i. J...9..P f Bridgewater visited spent Sunday atT. VV. Turney'd. Mr? I.-mra Wclum, la't week. 'f. W. Turney has b ught a new horse Whitco'uo, of r.rooktield i or .irv.-oie, wnu secuis iaj in the Methodic church, disposing of his horses. Charles Turney ha? moved his family K. Clark attended the ! from Eaaton to Koundotit, N. Y. nry Sanfoid in Bridge- j KIi yvinton attended the conllrioation se-vice at Tashua, Sunday afternoon. DEAR MRS. PINKHAM: I cannot beg-in to t ell you what youl remedies have done forme. 1 suffered for years with falling- and neuralgia of the womb, kidney trouble and lencorrhcea in its worst form. There were times that I could not stand, was sick all over and ia despair. 1 had not known a real woil day for 15 years. I knew 1 must do something at once. I had tried physicians without receiving- any lasting benefit. I began the .r'Tt use of Lydia K. I'inkham's Y Vegetable Compound. $P r? i7 Now, I ha ve used 9 bot- 3 2V j increased 25 lbs. 1 fA-iJiM everv one to 'l) whor,. and what I owe aiy recovery, and there are 13 of my friends orn pound ng what urie for mo. Oh. if I had known of it sooner, and Baed all these years of misery. 1 can recommend it to every woman." Kate Yodes, 40S W. 9th St., Cincin nati, O. Should advice he required, write to Mrs. Pinkham, at. Lynn, Mass., who has the utter eouiidenee of all in telligent American women. She will promptly tell what to do, free of charge. Lydia K. Piukhani's Vege table Compound, which is easily ob tained at any druggist's, will restore any ailing woman to her normal con dition quickly and permanently. TV'--4 SfSti m vfwrn it has a Tbe only complete line of PETER HENDERSON & CO.'S Garden and Flower ;Sed the city. Also a FERTILIZER r-peeially adapted for Lawns, which not only gives q but lasting results. Special Fertilizers for Gardens, Potatoes, etc. The largest and finest line cf BASE BALL SUPPLIES, includirg Victor L-sgue I Masks, Catcher's and Baseman's Mits, Body Protectors, Bats, e'e. Don't fbTget to look at our BICYCLES and Sundries. IT1 90, 94 BANK ST., WATERBURY, C DRG0BT0N, DENTIST, WOODBURY, CONN. t.h il.'V K. I. held SCl'Viff Snnflay afternoon. Mr and M r uner il of M witter". F M . Fif iveriiit I'm':. a Kvury Weilnesilny at the Ke.ctoiy bury Conn. I'.ox- 100 PER CENT OF THE (JKADU AT e' A I'i 1 de- k. rhoiit WOODBTJRY. MIS i'b t c 111 HAS il, I'l KF. 1-UO) liCTll IN la re l'lllili ' , A ' . I 1 1 ! or n-id i h. a- iiiii. lie in at-! ; talilv i the t i ii - r ,) 1 1 in ,i. oit will take r in eh'irgi', at tin- Town Yen'nif . jirae' ice. irial of 111 Fird ehi a df'.u, I if w:t i . r v'.fi! tin- departim-nt wa- called our for t Tim -d-tv evening, and the HOUSES! g'OOCl If vou want a driver or worker, or a pair ot DRIVE US & Yol d fate. il I Mr a th The Gunnery ,11 game on ml, and ("mi l'i.- 1' , i r r f . i Valil: their : N tv W. of lack wa- to pr,;C hi ( Olllf ppar-iru f .! i i,. ; iii j..".' ! e 1'iik"! te:-j tin- e:c . was made near I he he ro'-f of the edifice water, and the f rce of f i-tftt that the t'i-tce of iiy tonehed. Il was de every Fi'ldav evening so t. in the handling of Coles & Uobinson have sold most of their horses and expect to return with another lot in a short time. Klunr Down? and wife of Kidding have visited relatives the p t-t -.v-ek. Zimt C Heard and family of Shelter) were recent gue-'t at T. W. Turn(sy's. William Ki'eeboi-n of X.w York has visited at Kdward Kreeham's, the past week. IN M I HUT. Thomas i.,:h. ia ported as i.L'.Vn UliKS ui- ill, who has been keeping I ( harlf? Grumman, has moved H. Hiitd's tenement house in fill n.ceivi i! M om F - h( t: M r - Kii hnien ! hat acc iiut the ; triet -chc ol is el I. I! IhiVS'l': ! l ira in net ing if the g, airgf 1'. ' i, htJt. v "as the n North Sid, A'l. uica-'e? and on Woodbury dis- in ; e.'-i s la t vvei f one of the ; K. rotter's s her A. Frii -hie give-- notice iha- he t-ieiiin ' irlors in Strong's, ,f this month. vi-h M: if 'd I ih -.d .Mr- I r father' t ford on arrv Id, w h-'U I'm lifted . to a il Tie- jur agi.'mt 1 of liijnor. he iiineai! ( mr f i ieitrl. I h i- to have the la wat-rsupplv f You Can Find Them At iBBJHirlll'S, in." N. MAIN ST , WATKltUt'UY. t avrats jut I r..I--M:uks .).f.)inrf. and til! patent business .mnlucte l i r MODI K TK Ki:iX My t.ltii e is ITl the imiiinh.it' v ii'inity ol t!i- I'.ilcnl t fTu r, ml my t,' ititirs lor sct unni; iMtcnts :ir: tn:.tiiTMs-.'-'i Sriu! ih'hr, k-til ot ilM.t'-!;r.iih of ii.vvi.l(.ii. wnh tlf .t ript ion .mil -Sl.nciiK-iH to ;ul v.uit.iv- i l.oiucd chary i. tnatfr j'r a n ii a hnt as to fut'Htuttilittt, ami in y Ire for ju usccui mhj the appluMtitm trill mot tin ealft-tl )'r until the patmt i alhavcut ' I n vkntohs (m'H'F," enn taitnnR full inf'trmatirm srnt (tr Ml Ctmimunl- r:ltnt C'unHldrrrd an tly tonnOcolUI. 'FRANKLIN H. HOUGH !J5 F Slrc. t, WASIILVUruX, 1. Cl- Drink I'lirc Water ninl Knjov tiood Health Jiy UhI((K the BUCKET PUMP AND WATFR PURI FIER! lleHt on Kurth tor Wellu and Ctrtterna. For Sato by HENRY FOULOIS, Washington Depot Conn. CARL BADER, WASHINGTON DEPOT MARKET, Washington Depot. AiFiilt'Llnc ol Meat Always on Hand. Game In lh;SKnon. Meats Always ol i'rhne Quality inl I'rices lUtasonahle. Farmers, Attention ! Car Seed Oats Just In; All Kinds Fertilizers & Phosphates Bradley's. Mapes', etc- Prices Down to Hard Pan. Write for prices. H. R. STONE, Southbury, Ct The Hotchkiflsrilla Cah Store, II AS A FINE LINE Or Ladtet' Shirt Waists, Blazer Suits and Capei; also an entirely new line or Dreas Goods. The Best Quali ty and the Greatest Quan tity for a Selling Price. "ap! Mi- s Fi' iifi . " ! I f r v. a in tow n c i.i'.iig on friends. last. week. Her t-.rol he-. Ividie, larteil liiiiii Tori inginti at .'! p in , Si 'ur- ! ,l,iv, with his hicc!e, aiiiv'.'ig hoim. tie i,,r.- : nndou n. la Monda y thej rrnu l! ; ed hy train to Lite! Ii !d. The tarmers are putting in a la-gc Ki-reage of pntaitoe' again this y( ar. ; Those who have tried feeding them to i mill, cows in connection with corn meal j liiid that they are far ahead of mill feed in producing rich miik and more in j 'U-iiitily. The birdi are coming in greater num- j hern than htst sining. The whip-poor- wills, orioles and other bird. are on hand Measles have broken out in Patrick Shaughnessy's family in Komfe id. 1( o ple have declined sending their children to school for fear of preadiag the di-- nise. So the teacher had no company f :i closed the school. Kdwiiid Anderson, son of S. A. Ander .i,u of Komf ird, has leceiitly returned from a Xew York hospital, w here lie was objected to the painful operation of hav ing a tumorous grow in cm ikhii o, throat. It a fleeted his speech. lie now talks plainly and feels perfectly well. The summer house owned by li-onson & Watts at Mt Tom was recently dl-covered to have been broken into and three coats anil some valuable fi dl lines and a rod are mi-sing. Mr Doll's summer cot tage" near by was also burglariz-al and some good things to eat and other re freshment? were taken. Uov Kobeit E. Carter will pr;aoh at the Methodist church, next Sunday at :i p. m. Sunday school at 2. A Sunday school has recently been or ganized in the Town hall by the mem hers of (he Episcopal church. It com mences at t p. n. SOUTHVILLE. l'KUSONAL CiOSSIl'. Horace Allen and daughter of Ne-v Milford spent Sunday with J. M. Ford. Mr and Mrs S. F. Clark received the sad news of the illness of their grand daughter In Shelton. Quite an excitement occurred here, lust Friday, when the woods of Wixon sf$W Not even JsSir a grain of salt is Of waulinsr to emphasize and J jmake perfect tne uavor oi a m m m mm B Hm B m FJET mnct meat. I'lire, W UdlCKeaiii, u v. ,"..v." r iad luxury, boia every wuercjy Take no auDsurate. Srml aim Kflilr tooklrt. ffw. jr. Ur.. FiMiktal' 'IttsukitKl.lus." iMWif SYRACUSE, N. Til Pur f MERRELL-SOULE CO.. Wat-of , ( . ill "If n ;ee dock the liiiil.lu la-t v. eek brought in a verdict j 'urtis for the illeg .1 sale j Mr Curtis was lined "(i but. 1. editor of the lrcpt.rtcr. ; fit of water from our I i the Ncupp'i hills. i Alu'riii'tby ii. .'Mone e.-ciiptd a severe i huriiii g. 1 ;i -1 w-( ek, by some very active ' work while huitiip.g brush on his land on ! the K t-tern hil'. While fighting 1 he li re j mnie matches in his pocket were ignited and set his attire on the. Hy some pret- . tv vigorous disrobing and other high jink-, he di-po-se-f'ed himself of his tiry , garments, and made his way home, not i seriously burned. ; Miss Divina Stewart has gone to Wa-1 terhury to reside, having secored a posi-j rion with the lienediet & Burnharn Man- i tifacturing 'o. ' ( 'attic Deah r Julius II. Galpin brought in a car load of cattle, la-t week, and an- other this week. He also brought in a j few horses. I Assessor T. 1. Terrill brought a fine I piir of cattle of Horace Alien ot .New Miiford and has since sold them to Dr Smith of South Wilton. A. K. l'.uekingham has swapped a five-year-old colt with Charles Ten-ill for a black mare. M Buckingham has traded oil' some of his turnouts with Wood' utl'ef Washington for new vehicles and expect" to be better able to attend to his livery hu-dtK-.ss. WEST MORRIS. C. W NOHLKS' HA UN IU:itNKI. t:. W. Nohli.'g' barn was burned, Thurs day night, with ail the sheds and out buildings. The wind drove the iUmes toward his new house, which would also have been burned but for the persistent wmkof a few neighbors who happened to be cp at the lime. Besides the barn there was onehor-e which he had bought recently in Woodbury, three cows, four calves, two sows and 14 sucking pig ; four hor.-es and six shoats were got out a d saved. Mr Nobles was insured with Bit-hop of Litchfield, who came down Friday afternoon to look at the ruins. Mrs Baldwin, who has been housekeep er for Mr Nobles, left here on Thursday morning on a vi-it to friends in Ntw Haven and elsewhere. C. Delebar has left the oaiploy of Lewis Hagar ana gone to work for Mr Hall in Hardscrabble, where they have been having quite a time fighting forett fl e. Delebar reports about 4000 acres burned over, extending from Petereville through Warren and into Cornwall. Mr and Mrs J. B. Sanford united with the. Congregational church at Washing ton. Green, last Sunday. Mi-s Nellie Logan, who has been at her father's home quite ill with the measles, has returned to her work on Washington Green. WEST CORNWALL. PERSONAL CHAT. Mrs R R Wheeler has been quite sick the past week at Charles A. Miller's. Mrs Charles Wolfe of Ansonia was 1 - Mrs j house f 1 into JI. i Bethel. i ' Hichanl Ai-ndCl:a been confined ! o the ; house, threatened . ith typhoid f acr. ! M. B. Hodge has purchased anew span : of horses for his ice wagon. W. B. Gi uniinii?. has resigned hi- posi i rion in the hat shou in Norwalk, where i he has been working for the past three South year- Hnd ";vedjhjs f-mily to B-thel, where he will assitt in- itiutei on u. fitrin. Ilatry Crr.lut of Newtown, while mov ing two stoves to Bethel, last week,brok( down his wagon. The travel on the road wa; blockaded for a few hours and Har ry was so delayed that he had to stay with friends in Plumtree? over night. The Sunday school in Plumtrees elect ed their oilieers, last Sunday, for the en suing year: Charles Grumman, supeiin rendeiit; Mis Fannie Cae, secretary; Miss Minta Lilmund-, treasurer, school is in a flourishing condition. legs antl breaking the cross bar to the buggy. W. N. Hurd is selling the best creamery print butter for 21c per pound. James Sexton & Son's, of Bridgeport, Conn., advertise to sell all of their stock of monuments and headstones for about 50 cents on the dollar. BRIDGEPORT. THH COMl'OSKK I'l. AYS. C. II. li. Mills, the well known com poser of dance music and songs, is giving daily piano recitals at the llowland Dry Good-Co. '8 this week. He plays and sing his own compositions, which are on sale in the stoic, and thus creates a demand for them. He has a number of catchy and melodious marches, notably " The Kssenic Mrch," "Feabody Grand March," "Grand lieunion March," and others, as well as dreamy waltz. and songs of the popular kind. Mr Mills is meeting with great and deserved mecess in his novel way of introducing hi? music. Mrs Warren II. I.amson i- now at. the home of Frank Staples, Sport Hill, for two weeks, for the improvement ot her health. to pieces and exterminated by the cm 1 dogs and hunters. S. L. Tuttle and Hermon Ferry attend ed the district stewards meeting in Waterbury, last Wednesday. Slorthe Year ho r. t Itl ipraisers of ire. TRUMBULL. IN OUKSTSl'T 1111. 1. DIsTItlCl . A! tiie residence of Mr and Mrs S. B. Londevog a party was given, Tue-day evening, April 2S, by Naiinette i'lumh. in lionor of their daughter, Anna. A very enjoyable time was spent by all. IJiifreshiuents were served at 12 o'clock. Dancing was the principal diver Jon of the evening, which w as continued until the "Wee sma' hours ot the morning. By visiting James Sexton & Sou's mak ing a purchase of a cemetery me morial they will allow you your railroad tare. S0TJTHF0RD- liKATIf Oi" MKS HI ' IITON HINMAX Mr? Burton Hinnian died sudd -n la-! Satu-ilay, at the advanced ag ' ot rears. The funeral was attended Monday, from he- late residence l'-'V o J. liange olli -iatiiig. The inte-ne-nr wa in the Southford cemetery. M'S lliiini in has been a life h'fg ri-id.-r.t ftbis place, r.'-nected by all who knew !e". arid an ac ive membi r (d the M.-tho( in Soti'hbury ".for many ye sympathy has bei n felt for h years of her life, tm' her p Kleline; Afl'lt I'fu i"i ill in Have. II POSITIONS. U IIO'HTI- ; I.-:itoi'o- K :';;;it!K (The Training Does t church r. Much in the i:,.t ut d' j s'l'AMI, d T T'l ll DRY GOOD My Slii'lo'- ,-ii-f tdl! di' -urn w ill 1 1 -: i - ilif Ld'liits A-llcii Joyc ! Roxbury, C wravnsMoaE ccE?rAi ! il VS A watck: for a Birthday Present! Gold or SJvk! Hundreds of 'Em! Beautiful and Chssp! Thea wa Hnvi DIAMOND: Lots of B:-a.utifui Gnods ia Si'.vs Gold. Call at av St-ore- a nee of h'-r helph.s sues- h Oil!! a- Im Litchfield, Conn. Off to be i n vi -i: i A. WlKt-ler rii'i'liiiv g; if her c 'U-i: The ,f!ier e Mi- - l.iilie ii N'ichtd- The LONG HILL- one day this week, with sick- Mlss Matg.iet V. B thleheni, Fa., ha grandmother, Mr- F Mrs Frank N'tcho! o'clock f ft in honor French, ot S'epi-.ey. from oui of t f ' n w of Bethel ful Mi- i tertown. The; Southhury ba-dntil nir the lti'X box slfp nine, la-t f four inning-' were plav1' visiting nine cauic out vict Harry Carpenter of Nor Suadav at hi' h'-ine lu re. Mrs A. Wli-elvr ha he. distiosiat from tii" cllVcts swdling on her face. A. F. Sp"ed entertains 1 lately arrived from Scotland. Thomas Stathers of New eran printer, has been friend, W. C. Wheeler i . M i - -guest f-'i-er.'l: of Wa- i-iti-d : u - d '. : which ious. I V. it'll f ) i n yni; WAM! PIPES! SHELLS! YjVie Also Buy Scrap Ircu and Met- 10 p- cent Discoi fi I w, . :r. Iff - o t -. -" ..' ml he Bridgeport Metdl Co AT CHIC AVE , & H. S. WARREN, COMSTOCK, cc BE'-I-GirOET II IfUcfl of a hi h ir. .-rot her. rk. the guest the well il vet- Of his k I : o r blacksmith. Mrs A. N. A'ilen, who has been iill'.-Ct- Mrs William Gabler had to stay out of I ed w ith ibe grip, u tuiif "at better, vir Allen has a!o still -n-d tturmg toe p m few weeks with a had cold. MONROE. AT ST I'KTKli'S. Continnation was held in St Filter's church, Saturday afternoon, at J p. m., Bishop William? preaching a very able sermon on the importance of public wor ship. He confirmed seven adults: Mr and Mrs Stephen French, Miss Estelle Itose Wheelir, Mis.s Annie and Frank Fohrenbach, Miss Mirguerite E. Weeks and Miss Ma.ie Hubbell. The bishop congratulated the people on their finely fin niaheu church edifice. the shop uess. Mrs Newton Barlow returned from New York, last Saturday. The bridge near Turney Hall's is in a poor condition and liable to have ahorse step through and make the town expense, if not attended to. Miss Nellie Fogarty and Miss Ellen McMahon are taking lessons on their new Columbia and Victoria wheels. Albert N. Bronson of South Britain was a recent guest of Miss Llllie F. Beers. John French took a day off, this week, lookiug up the speckled beauties. Miss Gladie Beardsley is out of school Benkard Goldsborough, who has been at sea for the past three years, is home with a hard cold. tor a lew weeks vacation. Mrs flattie Farrand is suffering with a Mr? D. A. Nichols has a choice bed of throat trouble tulips at the stuth of the house which are beautiful, being of a variety of colors STEPNEY AND VICINITY. 1 M. Burr is treating hi house to a new coat of white paint. Canned cherries and evaporati d peaches of the best quality. Best 0c Joe Busser had his horse break through tea always on hand at W. N. Hurd's. the bridge near Julius Beers' hurting its Nervous Prostration Cured by Dr. Miles' Nci-vina. Ih-oIonj-Tcd d( ranto. merit of tint iko voui system not, only aiTeetw tho brain and men t.al powers, but develops disea-e hi some, oi the vital organs. The most dancrrnc... of tliese indirect results ia when the heart i : ITtvtod. This was tho ease of tho l.Vv. N. F. Surface, Fawn River, Mich., who writes under date of Feb. 1 f, 1S-.I5: 4 r- - H' f '''i' f-''"V r- v'o I i ; ; y lv i j. ' V A- tb. ' e.nrteeri years azo I had a slight stroke of ivsis. Overwork brought on nervous r.Ta i ion. I was exceedingly nervous aud 1 .-, nxcraoii of public speaking caused , "-i )i.tinitatton that, threatened my life. o lot ( of Tr Mihb New Heart ,.av for my heart trouble, and two of Dr.. hies' Restorative. Norrine for my oervons tesi and feel better than I ever expected to feel a;,':Un. I can speak for hours without 'i-.ns or having my heart flutter as it for uiorly did, and I have you to thank that I in. silivo today." On aato by all druggists. Dr. Miles' Book P"crt and Nervous Disorders FKEE by a,a!l.' Ilr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. !r. iSiks' Remedies Restore Health. George E. Mattegat's dog brought home, one day last week, a flue tame white rabbit. Frank Kussell of Ne Haven, a nephew of Mrs Caroline Dayton, died at his home Thursday, April HO, of consumption, at about -10 years of age. He leaves a wife and daughter to oiourn his loss. The funeral was held from his late residence, Sunday, May 3. Miss Florence Stelle of Naugatuek is the guest of Mrs W. N. Hurd ; also J. II. Beard and wife were Sunday guests. In New Haven County. S0UTHBURY. DEATH OF MKS HUKTON HINMAN. The funeral of Mrs Burton Hinman, who died on Saturday was attended at her late residence on Monday afternoon, Rev Otis J. Range officiating. Mrs Hin man haa long been a member of the Methodist church and was actively en gaged in the work of building the church in the year 1349, and until age and in firmities prevented was a regular attend- I ant, but for several years has been en tirely blind. A son, then her husband, and later her only daughter passed on before, leaving her with no relatives in this place nearer than cousins, although she has sisters in Pennsylvania. The in terment was in the family lot in South" ford. Her age was 87 years. H. Perry found a relic of the good old Colonial times, when we were under the king, in the shape of a half-penny of Geoige, the Second, dated 1744, near the old house. The ha penny no doubt had been lost more than 100 years ago, as the old house hats been pulled down more than that length of time. The first quail of the season wa3 heard to day. It seems too bad that thete 4ieautiful innocent birds should be torn .'.LL "WOOL BREr GOODS i AMI KST- Sreat Reduction on CAPES, CLOAKS Prices Way l.;wii to Soil The Tilii-s. CHARLES CHAN F, , The Bethlehem D; y Goods Man. MISS li. C. (ilLHERT, i 1 1 i i i o x , Second Floor, c- v EUFSESESTflO FOE SE Bi JCH5 J. 0'!i i5B Vlfliiil. 5C2IHI o. li i: M-. -T. S tV M I I . V ( lit' i TRIBUTE TO A MOTHER. INTKKVIKW WITH C1IAKI.KS 11. 1'INKIIAM. .MAI.IClnl S STultlKs Aliilt r I.VldA IS 1'iNKiiA.M m si :: iiavisi; kxistlh IiKFLTKH SUN OF THF. FA.Vf: ,f S l.VNN tlKNKFACTOi: 1 I Id s OF lll'.i: KINld.V IN TKKFST IN" WOMAXKINK A N 1 lltli AC TUAL PERSONALITY. TIM KS-UKUAI.D. CHICAGO. Lydia E. Finkham, who is so widely kn-jwn bv the benign face in the cele brated patent medicine advertisement not, as many people suppose, a my To this fact theie is no stronger evidence than her son, Charles II Finkham. whom the Times-Herald reporter had the uleas ure of interviewing to-day. Lydia Finkham's personality has prob ably never been described in the publica tions illuminated by her kindly portrait, out that she was a living force in the world was a positive fact. Charles H. Pinkham pass, d through Chicago the other diy on hii way to spend a vacation in the West. To a repre sentative of the Times-Herald he spoke feelingly of his motherland -the painful impression. that prevails in sonic quarter as to her non-existence. 'Of course," said Mr Pinkham, "the mere idea is absurd to me, her son, who knew her to be the kindest, sweetest, geti tlest mother in the world. She was all her portrait speaks her to be, and the whole life was given up to doing all tin good she could in this weary world. "Her life was simple and her heart ful of sympathy and tender feeling. After the busi .ess grew with almost miracu lous rapidity, she devoted her entire time to it, or at least to that branch of it which related to correspondence with women seeking her advice, and her pleasure was in that duty. 1 am proud to say that my mother was not a myth, and that there was not a drop of seifi-hness in her make up.' Mrs Pinkham was utequ makers ef proprietary medicines was the first to print her portrt.it in her advertisements, and that face has seldom failed to warm the heart of anyone who has seen it. Mr Pinkham carries a;portrait of his mother in his inside pocket. It is the face of the advertisement, sure enough. Lydia Estes that was her maiden name was born in Lynn, Mass., and be fore her marriage she taught school in the little Yankee town. Her parents were Quakers, and it was in that simple fraternity she exhibited her early ideas of kindness. Her husband was a success ful real estate man, and possessed consid erable wealth. There were four children, two of whom Churles II. Pinkham and Aroline Chase Finkham survive, and who now own the business equally. Mrs Pinkham had for years brewed the compound that now bears her name, on her kitchen etove, and had given it away to her neighbors. When the panic of 1873 came Mr Pinkham, senior, lost his fortune. It was while the family were Yi, G. KEAXE'S MONUMENTAL WORKS. HousaTcrric Avcsue Erideuort BRIDGEPORT VETERINARY U0SP1TA I Kr-:5-'n Street -.d Fi'.rb -la aiftst- F0U HORSES AM) DOG among the She in straitened ctrcum-tances lie! ore day two ladies drove ;o tbe Finkham resi dence and a-l:ed Mrs Pie.kh.aiu to sell some of her already famous compound. This fact suggested the bright idea of making the medicine in quantities and idleiing it for s;,!e. What followed. very ne pa if-r reader knows. She in sisted on ca- o f g on h-.-r a c irrespocd ence. -hai i.rl g her w i: k w i.h her daughter-in-law. Mr; Charles H. PiuHiam. and -he soon came to be ri-gsi-cied a a public ben factor. This ti:ie ihe deserved in ample measure. u'i,n she ,F. d she b'UU'-atli, d hi r place at the head of the hu-iness to her daughter, who to-day, with jeats of ex perience and studv, and by the aid of assistants, pe rsonally attends to the great mass i f correspondence thai tljws in and out. of the big concern in I.yr.n : and that bond of coi.tidenc.: so thorough ly established between Lydia E. Pink ham and tbe women of America, where by they were enabled to talk fret ly of their private iiioess to a woman, has never been broken. It ha? been the aim of this great woman's children to carry on the work begun by the tn ith-r in th- same spirit of kindness, that eha'aeter'z d her w h 'e life. Lydia E. Finkham is more than a dis penser of medicine. 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