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I .;. .i.nt U id. K I - Hie I - - ll "I" '" "' 'le -I ."l i'Hn i iii i i i nun a eil o i l I'e I i ! i - I ,li In nt I'l' I ill . m Al. milk ! III- 1. 1 a 1 1 ' '-' I. ee 'e ot e li ji i i I -1 . i 1 1 i. ia . i i 'S s. PKiNDLE & oIOUlUS, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMEiiS, Are prepared to do unything in thtiir lino at bhortcst notice. A sharo of public ptitrortdgt solicited. W. II. PRINDLK. L. C. M0RRI3. Ci: naKWoriM if bifl t W B rrinille Houne; L. 0. M'.irrn Houno, TnlnplioD at Li'ODirJ ' Kotol UNDERTAKERS, Embaluicrs and Goncral Managers of Funerals- A FULL LINE OF CASKETS, ROBES AND FUNERAL ETCETERAS- Best Workmanship Reasonable Pricee WARE BOOMS: Hoar Grist Mill. SANDY HOOK, CONN-WM- J- BREW I P- J. SCANLON HAW LEY, WILMOT & REYNOLDS, U N.D ER TAKERS NO. 98 STATE STREET, BR1DGEP0KT, COSN. TELEPHOBE 891. 0E0R0E B. HAWLF.T. - 834 Park Avtnni CHAKLES E. WILMOT, - 407 Clinton Avenue; JOHB B. BEHOLDS. - - W Fremont Street. UNDERTAKER, Baildonoe. King St- All order) left with Mr 0. 9. Tueker, Eatoo,will receive prompt attention Telephone: 73-3. WESTl'ORT, CONN. Taylor & Mcgran Undertakers & Embalmora, Ollloe, l'ot Oltfee !iulltlln(. Sivudy Hook M Cll promptlT attenilotl to. 11KOHI1K K. TV I.OIt, rKASK C. MCUKAh MECHANICS' AND FARMERS' SAVINGS BANK, CITT BAB BTJILDIBG, WALL 8T., B'POBT Depeiit. ..- 1.402.1145. Intiweet and Sarplae, 45J78.3. 1,447,293-77. l)poite of $1 to $1000 reeeived and Utereet er edited from the ttfat of eaoh month, payable in January and Joly of eaoh year.Ineorporated 1871 0, S. MOBu An, FTdaiaeat, L. 8. CATLJi. Seeretarv and TrfMarer. Wnat! My Roof Got Holes la It? Well it It has It has not leaked In six woiiks, anil wlii it rln 1 will havfc Hanfonl of Haw liyvitl put on a Btnol Kuof, lliny nay that won't leak. THE NEWTOWN BEE. VHIt) AT. JULY .'I.IH'.M IK- I I VI ION : J.um.irv 1, 1KN HIO saoo n Kaif Ih-M County. STRATFORD. SKKMM a A( 'I'll l..T 'HI MISS (iODWIN. Mis- Ivinmi ( il .v in met w ith a i-eri(iu accident v. bile leturninj; from the llousa tunic club liouso on ber wheel. While riding on the mmoiv plli, near the resi dence o( Mr Me.tehen, i-iie lost her foot hold on the pedal?, aiul pitched t il' her wheel in the gioutid below ttie bunk, a ilisl.Miice of m t lea.-.t lo let I . She was taken to her hoarding phice in n carriage and f r 'tgvcll summoned, lie found her badly liuii-i il and a serioin cut on the back of ber bead, but no dangerous in jury ei ms to have li"cii leceived. Jler escape ftuiii broken bones seeius almost miraculous. a ; A 1 1 1 , mm; i- i la i i -si ll a a ii , The gr id an i n e X'Tci at i in: ;i;a ni ii rci-es of the graded school were held in lie' ( 'origreg itmnal elniiri. flu- I'oll'.iwiiig named are mciii heisof the tin--" ol '.Hi: Agnes I. nil. in .lud "in, Kh.li Mtii ia l gg-'tt, Kditli Iteil ( la' k, I K iia Whiting i'ark, Mitbel i 'i hi 1 1 " i', ii"-', I i r I ton ( 'lai k, I'M vva i il Warieii 1'irnian, .Maiguel I'aitbeth tiuhhidl, .M try Amelia ( iuiuliei , M.-.ude l.iiiian 1 1 1 1 1 1 . nil. i t ii i ii ' i.l i; i: A i; Tiie liii-iiT-iif the i i hrai y ucia t inn ae :a (tu lili ar y' liuililin, Wdfoe-d.iv tiitff., at. wliu. il M. Heard -ley, Magg ii. il. In I!. I he liu a ee a ppoi nted by the i o ,vn, olli.'i tied for i he li ; -1 lime. I, ' lu etic bu-ines- wa-i . r a n - ae ; "i I and Mi---ha.itih' lei- eil vi .appointed libra inn at ati annou -alaty t .s-'Oo. M t s .'-! ag, i i - .1 odd and M is i-an child Wt re elect! il auditing for l b" d en it g ear. Mlv I'AM'. Ml; I. A I 1 I N . Mi- li v h li ( a-e and iliiam I . r. -in e re mat t led a 1 Kaa I .tteblieid. bel wi a k, b i: v M . I; .liett -, pa-tor of the ' on tregai tonal elmteli of rnrringtoi'. lti r the return of the happy pair from a n extendi' 1 tn Ida 1 I nur, they will lake up their ri'Mi I.-:ai' lo'i-e. ki la . i.. i; . i ai;i;i m i- I 'oi vi ,i i s broke into lA I'. S l;..i Htn, I iv ill Woh'ge ,Sat unlay nighl , taut h's ba i in :' .- hi'i 1 1 ai i lea in 1 1 ilte pi: I t- i lit of e vei I h i ;ig I'niiid lied. 1 ai' t - to -1 a 1 1 bin incs- ai ib l'Ml to b wi I' th. ll I 1 1 W Mrs 1 i i ,s i u and da U;.!i! i r, of ,'eisev ' itv.hive vi-iiid the M i ..!'., I urtis of Academy 11 ill. (.eorge llolllli s. of ( In, (on A Holmes. i i i-pi'tnling :i f" a day- in New Jersey. A fiii I'i'ir ciuhlias been i u g ini , d w it h neat ly .Ml on nibei s. A commiLtee lias tn en appointed I" arrange f,,r the cluhV appeaiai.C" in the (gteat. l icyclu parade to bo held in loiJg'-port on the hh of duly. Jerome May's orche-t ra furnished the instrumental i.n-ii' at I he graduation exert-i es in th" l onn g.al ioniil cou.ch. M s Smith it r daio;b!er. 1 lit itlgeport is vi.-iting William ll. raw ford. t ll K It g si I t ' t. re- td 'tna At ale "rin'V I . il'i'V a nended tlie iiieiit exi'i'- l Vl'tl. liiv -eh' i'oioimi-' e ill eV 11 i i- a in1, la: 'i' .. W. Wit,--1 al 111 . ll" M- il.li'ii 1 t W i lle-ll ,1 i- tn in-. Vae.l t K)'l . Kvere-t I oti "Vi 1 , a f oriiii r 1 1 si'tetif. of tut; !.. I'.l ikeliiati, mi tin-; ilai'e, K v '.-1 I'.roi.d ; t n i t . M i - .1. U' lt v I ii "tn. ii hi itertam at her I air il T i -te'-. from New Y ll mi.' on I . i-1 I .''oaii a ay. Willini N' tsh U -nil' riiii fiiiin it. II mi illation of the. eye-. VV". K. Smith i-t -ipeuilhij; a few days in Shi Hi. 'Id, MiHs. Harvey Tlmm iHOii ti im fjoiii' to North ern Ma.waehii-iettat, to -pend his vacation. I'he VVii'.ker ilaee on Broad street, i- oi-euiiieil fur the fuintiier by Mrs I teip mini and fattiily. Misx M ty VVi'eox is home from W- leyan euiliaj;", to s)end the summer iio.t- tmn. I'he public library will be open every day in the weeU, excepting Sunday and I, , .11.1., ,,o from 111 tn 1 'in fh.i mnrnitit.' iiimiu.,.. ...... v..-, - I from '-'.HD to .a ill) in the afternoon and i from 7 to S .ltd in the. evening. Mrs Kirk, of Philadelphia has spent a short time at the linoy residence on Main street. Mrs Dunbar and .laughter, Mrs Wheel er, have gone to New Jersey fur a short visit. Spotswood I'arker, of Portsmouth, Vn., is visiting at the home ol (..apt Ithikeman, on liroad street. At the annual meeting ot the First school district the following named were elected us committee : John K. Holmes, three years; (leorge W. Fairchild, two years; K. W. l'eck, one year. Gerge K. Jewell was elected treasurer, F. 1. Ueardsicy, collector. A tax of two mills were laid. The meeting was presided over by Attorney George W. Carey. SHERMAN. ANICKCKKAH I'AHl.Olt OI'KNKD AT THE C'KNTKK. VlLcent Stuart and Kuith Joyce have opened an Ice cream pa. lorat tUe Center. George Ilungerford has been painting a wagon for M. J. Briggs. Miss Grace Wheeler of Danbury has been visiting her friend, Miss Lillian Mallory. Mr i'olly Brlgge Is spending this week In Patterson, visiting relatives. Charles Mallory entertained guests from Bridgeport, last week. MraKnappand granddaughter, Miss Eula Knapp of Danbury, are visiting rela tives in town. Miss Clara Wheeler of Danbury la in town. Mr Gray preached at Coburn chapel I on Si'uiluy afternoon, in place of Mr I Wilson. I David Kogers and wife of Iianbury eji.'nt !"iuinluy w ilh Sirs Carrie Itogws. ! A pi.iyrr uii i.'t iny; wtu ht'id on Sunday I ' ' V i ' 1 1 i 1 1 Hi. VV. ('. AlIi'li'H. ! M i-?s Miira Urigscs has burn lately madi tin' ici'iiient of a tine hand painted fan ' lv Me 'ntiirn chinch people, in arknow j lodgement of lier services us organist. I iMws Kriapp of I tedding has been j visiting at Jay Briggs.' I Mrs Stoddard and daughter have been ' at the Northrop homestead. i M ills llungerford has been confined t ;1hv house with fiekness for a few days Lust, week MUs Susan Camp closed a s neeeosfnl year of teaching at the select Fehool. 'liarle JohiHon has not only put an ; uddil ion onto hi house furnishing enm- toodious kitchen find pantry, but has painted the whole iiou-f brown with dark I 1 imniioy;-. BROOK FIELD. lit A I II HI MKS OAUUIK III.ACKMAN wki.i.it; The funersi i of Mrs Carrie Jjlackman Weller was held at the residence of her parent--, Mr ami Mrs I'hiio filackman, l.c t v.-ei k Ft iday. Allliough but 20 years of ::ge -be has passed away, leaving a husband ami an infant about seven mouth- old, be-ides le-r parents and two -i-ters ami a brother to mourn her loss i'.eautiful ll iwers were brought, among i hem being a large anchor made and lire -eiiied by K S. OThll. It was conipoted of lo-es, being the contributions of fii "id- ami it vvas considered a fine piece of dotal wmk. le v !:. 1.. Whitcome creidiK'S il the -erviees. Mr and Mrs J. I,. J unes took a trip to I ii n'nivy . !a-t eek Friday. i In l iu l y coii lui- been a fai'ure Me- i bet' trie til ing !l I buti'h entertained a few of last Thursday evening, it :t ion of her birthday . She arid with some handsome va - I 'emend nt Mi - Ifulh 'I'aylor of Waterlmry is the gin -r of her grandmother, Mrs I.ucy I ; y lor. I be large ball pine tree whieti has been a land nun k for so many years standing near the re-idi lice of 1,'obert Uristol was struck by lightning during the hard -bower of June 2 . Mi:-.- 11,;.. '.iiininebaui etta Kuggli'S, a teacher in . i- home s'lentltng her va- Mi-- Ma in the em ', I iiiteii; r t.f New Mil ford i- y of Mr- ' hariep Biigjjs. Mot J'olly Krii;s is viiiiiiiiK her neph ew. Hun II. ii. Warner, in New Miiford. N olile Foster dl Stati n l-land has been the fnet nf his brother and fis t rs at. the oh! boine.-ti ;id . Mis!- Lillian n-luiriu' of Dantniry has liee i in town for a eoiiple of weeks, the t:ue-t of her H.-tcr, Mr- L. Tlioiiipson. HUNTIGTOiN. W UNI I IK t.K I It 1. 1.. The t xeieisea of the school oc- eurial last l-'i iilav, and consisted of the conventional .r(i( i am of music, dialogues a al i ei iiat ions, prettily executed by the bright little i'ople. The room was LaMefuilv iii eorati d. I'lizes were be--toned by the leather upon Misses I'atloUa K. Hu!l;eil, 1 iilcii ( . .bines and ! I ireneo I'uckrr wi:lr u suitable token iv a pn-ei.'iil by the school to ttie teaeber, Mi- - M irv Murtd.y, Vi hose g nice- in mi p;i : t kiiit ,v it ai eo and aptitutle for winning tie1 r- tje.rd ol pui-'i's lit her In:' ber po.-t. A ieiieroiH luncheon of cake and en am v, as then enjoyed by all pre.-etu on ibe shady campos with veritable iiebes to -etve, if not fabulous tii-rtai', at lea.-t: such gond leinonade u? W'a! nuL Tree 1 1 ii 1 provides tin such oc casion, .lame H. VV'ht eler delivered an historical oration chit fly JetlifyiDK to the parents and later more music was enjoy ed, chii fly that furnished by Miss Lillian Gordon. The large number of friends present testified both to the popularity of the faithful teacher and the creditable interest which the parents and guardians take in tin; school and the happiness of their ch ldren. IH'.A'l'll OK Al.ltl'.KT M.IXOX. Albert Maxim died in Isinglass on Sun day, the 21st, after a lingering illness of consumption. Ile was :.'! years of age and leaves a wife and two children. They are strangers In this place, having moved here only a short time ago. They I . .. H,., ,,.,ll, nf ll I,, fl,,l co.) ' bereavement. Master Dan .1. Morgan of Bridgeport is spending the summer with his grand part nts, Mr and Mrs C. Judson. Mrs Norton has returned to her home in Essex. Miss Anna Bronson has entertained Miss Blanche Joy of Derby. Miss Pauline Hehnberg is the guest of Miss Florence Wheeler. Harold Foote of Shelton is in Hunting ton for a week's vacation. Mr and Mrs Meth Williams of Ansonia have moved into Anson Smith's house for the summer. Born, June 27, a son, Frank Hunting ton, to Mr and Mrs Paul Uehnberg. A very pleasant party was given Thurs day, the 2")th, by Miss May Hicox in honor of her sixth birthday. There were about 15 ol her friends present who en joyed a most delightful afternoon. Owing to the uncertainty of the weath er the V. I. S. festival was held two nights. A large crowd was in attend auee both evenings and $50 was netted for the society. Miss Mary Murphy closed her success ful school term tn Walnut Tree Hill with a picnic on Friday afternoon. There will be a concert in the Congre' gational church the third week in July, followed by a supper. Further particu lars may be expected in next week's Bus WESTPORT- Ul AND 1KWW TtIK SAUQATUCK. The members of the Chautauqua circle and their friends will go on a two days trip on the Atlantica, July 9. A sail along the sound and a visit to Coney oocxxxxxxxx)oocx)coooc)OOog everyone aorees ft Owlio has tried, though but once,? Rth.it for strength, purity and? O apparent results nothing on earth? of its kind can compare with gBoss Baking Powder Q Then, too, Science endorses it.( gSee what one of the most emi-J Siient authorities in America saysS gabout if : Q V u.E MiiincAi, Seiiooi,, Q eiv lla en, Cuiiti. 9 Dec. 20. 1895 gC. D. Boss & Son, H " New London, Conn.g Gentlemen: I have H examined the packageB of Boss Baking PowderR which you sent to men 8for that purpose. 5 I find that it is 8 8composed of the in- 8 5gredients which in 8my opinion are most Bsuitable for such a 8preparation. The o Singredients are com-8 Sbined in the proper 8 Sproportion for the 8 Sbest result, and theS omixture shows no Radul ter a tion or in Ojurious constitu Rents . B Yours Truly, Q CoNNfiCTifTT State chemist. 8 o MANUFACTURED BY C. D. BOSS & SON, g New London, Conn. O OOOOOOOOOOOO oooooooooooo sland are among the features of the trip. Mr and Mrs A. O. Powers of Imperial avenue are entertaining her mother, Mrs Sevens of Syracuse, N. V., and brother, Prof Stevens, of Kingston, Pa. Mrs Allie bradley has been a guest during the past week of Miss Gertrude Buckley. Mrs Kli C. Smith of Bridgeport is oc upying her residence here for the sum mer. Prof and Mrs Karl Teininger of New York are spending the summer with Mrs i.iuis P. McDonough. Miss Laura Wood of Stonlngton is visiting Miss Fannie A. Gray. Miss Minnie Decker of Stamford is vi-iting Mrs William Henoude. I'he steamer "Atlantica" will make an xcureion to Glen Island on the Fourth. Mrs A. A. Hawley of Philadelphia and Miss Jennie iiulmau of New York are guests of Mrs Henry A. Ogden. John W. Wood of Plainville is the guest of Westport friends. William Mernaud, who has been spend ing a month with Mr and Mrs Arthur F. Shrppard, returned to his home in New .b rsey, Monday. Mrs William Kicg3ley of New Y'ork is -pending the summer with Mrs Charles K. Buck. M is;s Florence Dotton of Bridgeport baa been a guest during the past week at the home of it. K. Sherwood. Yiola Smith of Naugatuek is a guest of Mrs Charles W. Bull. Miss Eva C. Sturges is visiting Mrs H. T. Adams in Brooklyn, N. X. Mr and Mrs George Rogers and Miss Jennie lingers of Brooklyn are guests at the residence of Mrs Deborah Bradley. Miss Nellie Jones of Brooklyn is a guest at the home of William T. Sniffen. SHELTON. CONOKKGATIONAL CHURCH NOTES. At the church, last Sabbath, the pas tor reviewed the work for the past three years in the morning service and in the evening, ltev Eugene Booth, who has tieen a missionary in Japan for 17 years, preached. He is visiting his relatives here, Lewis and Arthur Booth.; At the Sabbath school service he also addressed the school and Rev Henry Beard of Minneapolis, formerly of the town of Huntington, made a brief address. CHANGES IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. The board of education held a meet ing, last Monday evening, ana aeciaea upon some of the teachers for the en suing year. They will have to engage a principal to take the place of Mr Smith, who has resigned. On Tuesday the electric cars com menced running to the park. Persons wishing to go from one end of the vil lage to the other will transfer at Bridge street. Dr G. A. Shelton attended his class re-union at Yale, last Tuesday. The directors of the Shelton Loan and Saving's Institution held a meeting, last Monday, and elected these officers President, W. J. Miller; vice president, '. W. Beardsley ; secretary, J. Tomlin son ; treasurer, F. H. Newcomb. Col Jeremiah G. Day has been elected delegate to the National encampment of the U. V.U., bv the local order. It is to be held at Binghamton, N. Y. Dr D. A. Itlehardson has returned from the salubrious hills of Canaan, where he has been recuperating for a few weeks. 1 David E. Brinsmade, son of Engineer Brinsmade, has graduated in the Scien tific department of Yale, and as he has made civil engineering his study, be will devote himself to that branch and will enter the office of his fatber. Several of the factories will close for a( few weeks, among them the Silver Plate Cutlery Co., the Whitlock Ma chine Works and the Derby Silver Co, The latter has not had a good business season, and bad to lay off many of the hands. The public school closed on Thursday W.S.Denslov, READ THIS AND SEE WHAT CASH WI LL DO FOE Y0! 200 Window Shades complete with self-acting roller worth 25c now 10c each- 25 pieces good Straw Mattirtg worth 15c now 7c yd. Best all wool Ingrain Carpets, 60c quality, 42 l-2c. Tapestry Brussels, 62 1 2c quality, 45c- 2000 Ro'Is Wall Paper, per double roll 7c. 3000 rolls Heavy Gilt Parlor Paper, 12 l-2c and 17c- 1300 Shirtwaists, 75c quality, now 49".. Best Indigo Prints 3 l-2c. Good Heavy and Fine Unbleached Sheeting 3 3 4c Best Ginghams, 40 patterns, 4 3 -4c. If You Pay CASH Pay it to . S. DEHSUn And SAVE MONEY 177, 179 Main St-, Derby, Ct. THRKE KLOOIM Several of the lady teachers have left, as some are to be married and others have positions elsewhere or will take a rest. Mrs G. A. Shelton has delivered her lecture on Hawaii in lirattleboro, J... where she formerly attended school. Dr G. A. Shelton and wife and Robert Clark and wife sail for Europe to-morrow. The latter are going to visit their na tive place at Scotland. At the Baptist, church Lhn members jof Lady Sherman Council and iioger Sher man Council were present by invitation of the pastor, Lev K. D. Ludingtou, wiio preached an appropriate discourse. The Sabbath school picnic excursion took place on Saturday, which was very pleasant, and over 200 left on the train at the station, to which they returned at 5.J0, and reported a jvery pleasant time. A lad by the name of Kendrick, while assisting a fiiend m coupling cars, Sat urday night, had his hand caught and badly mashed, but the physician thinks he can save it. EAST0N. A DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE l'AKTY. The Bee, which records the people's joys and sorrows and sympathizes with their pleasures and their griefs, has prob ably not chronicled for sometime an occasion more pleasant than was ex perienced Saturday, June 20, at the home of G. B. Tucker of Easton. Mr Tucker was in the secret, but Mrs Tucker was not. So she thought they had simply in vited the minister and his wife to spend the afternoon. In due time the pastor and wife came. Mrs Tucker remarked that she was delighted that they had come early, but she failed to catch the knowing look that passed between Mr Tucker and his pastor. Soon down the hill came a line of carriages. Mrs Tuck er remarked that they must be bound for Putnam Park. No one disputed the statement. VVhat washer surprise when they drew up before her door, and thoee who occupied them became her guests All sorts of refreshments they brought with them, and best of all, warm friend ly hearts and words of good cheer and gladness. It was a genuine surprise party. Ice cream and strawberries, sand wiches and cake, croquet and conversa tion all played their part. Music closed the evening. And when the guests went home, it was with an increased recogni tion of the fact that Mr and Mrs Tucker were a delightful host and hostess, and with the consciousness that they had en Joyed a gathering of most congenial companions. Mr and Mrs W. Lyon and two sons of Amenia, N. Y., have recently visited Mr Lyon's brother, Philo Lyon, and called on old friends while enroute for Guilford the early home of Mrs Lyon. Miss Allie T. Bradley is visiting her aunt, Mrs N. Adams, of New York City At the annual school meeting held at Rock House schoolhouse, June 27, George J. Banks was re-elected committee and treasurer. BRIDGEPORT. IN HBrOKICH. In Bridgeport, June 23, 1S00, Marjorie WHAT IS A WASHER ? A Machine thai Washes Clothes Clean WE HAVE IT Ami .'t:allniif' tlm Voi?,l ui rnnhice lla Ktjual. TIid IMPROVED NEW LEADER WASHER! Is T llf Lit U'St A c'i !('( iti 1 in Wash, illy I'ro: (ntu:f MiptTiMV to iUI It Has No Equal. Maiiuf.'u't'.'i-o.l l.y The New England Washing Ma chine Co., ItKIDGK.IMiUT. ( HNS. MORRIS, TIIE GRCCER. llftrt the flouc, store itiul bi'f it. f ' j r V w 1 1 1 v r, . WED!) ur rt IFTS ur In oin 1 Si i it : in..--! tb--"r:t!l, l:i -1 i n it Mi u wciyht Mini :Tt-h Illr'U to be f.T : Thi. j- the m!vc! very low i ;c;-: WHy r Wt.'k'dlH-'l always the lint lo be b' Of JMOil line. It jiNo Si.-t i b'M!,'n. vc .-el! anl al i.-itors al- fi. W. FALROillLl) & Sellers t Ailviini'i'rl -li.-Jewelry ;.l ropuhis' I' ifcKTABI.jeitBP 1 !..' ;)-jT .Miiiu st i i i ii il:i 1 km X1 O. J3L. XXrwlcy DENTIST, corner Slain and Wast Sts., DANBURY- niEE'luLAilPKINCE! I'.v V.-XX-r. of li. n. Wi I'I'le'.or Tli'WilH. lull is sM, Ot .he i: Vi GAEEICS 5031 Rare n-cnitl - -l. I'i'.ai nii! i i- n bin. Weight hor.se vilh wiiite hiiKl :uiu:.--. i -. tree -;;., ii. a ' bene kiki e iW.'i tli.'-pn.sil inn perteel, I-. II. ;r s!ey el llroiison. sired by thimble hi7., !.'ith' sire, Geor' -ii i .'j. ii.ui K.Hii.ii ;. iij- 1 .him lluneslv, by M Kluxi, muscle, hi.L'h iiir was tirtui tty K K M H;h ; was tnak u loniiiii W ilk'-, ItJ Wilkt-H, .OH, MlLdtlM'lOiIl1, by Alxlalhiii h'.rn b oiiiiiin. lore, by MAiiibriuo. Ti'is sliuiiliuil breil stallion will make tlie sc.'isim ot Is'.KI, lit my Hum m i.oiik Hill, seven nn'-.- north ol i;ri.l!. eiiovl, conn. 'rrrns IS. for ! lie season eHillMi; 'ptemier lOttl, 18'.l, f.'' v.lij able Kt lime ot servi,)e, blil- aiH'i; when niiite pioves to be with loal. ll mures provu not to be, with toal, they can be returnetl the following season withi'llt extra charge. Good jiiisfiire tor males al owners 1'lsK. I-or nil luer jiai iieuiar auuress ELLIOT M. BSARDSLEY, Long Hill, Conn THE KINKl.Y I'.lll-.l) STALLION, 4199. Service Lor ism:, - - ilO.00. C. G. PECK, NEWTOWN. VON GILDER, 16,756. Jiay horse, IG Uantls liifsb, sired by Meamler 20 1-2, (sire of Pamlico i.Hi), 1st dam Vin ome (dam ot Marcus 2.29 1 4, Durston 2.31 1-4) by Messenger Dusoc. 10G id dam Madge (full sister to Maude 2.28 3 4) by liamiltontan 10, 3d dam Starlig-lit, (dam ot .Maud .: 34 three daughters are dams of tive in 2 :W) by Amer ican Star. (Setlcy's.) JTerms, $15 to insure. CARSON 15. ME Al, ISridgcwater, Conn. "How to amuse the soil so it will laugh with iibimdauce use Plumb & Winton Co's . . , . BONE :: FERTILIZES Manufactured Rt Bridgeport, Cona, Cecelia, infant daughter of Tweedie A. and Annie Bell Burgess, aged one year, two months and 27 daps : Our baby we all loved has leit us, The dear little innocent thins. Too pm-e and too sweet for this world. she's gone with the angels to sing. Though our hearts are breaking to lose her, We know she is safe up above. And all this earth's pains and sorrows Can ne'er harm our dear little love. Heaven will always bo nearer and dearer With our little treasure up there. So we'll try to give up our grieving And meet her in Heaven so fair. I Mrs D. B. Brewer. EAST VILLAGE. At the school meeting held, Thursday evening of last week, A. M. Stevens was elected committee. Died, June 20, Mra Jcatinette Shelton -16 THE J. M. I VES COMPANY, 257DMAIN STREET, DANBURY CT. DEALERS IN- FURNITURE, CAR PETS, CROCKERY AND IIOIVSEFURNLSHING GOODS. Sole Agent For Danbury and Vicinity of the MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE. None better- The special features of these Ranges are economy of fuel, bak ing qualities and the short time required for heating water We are headquarters for STEAM, HOT WATER AND II EATING. J'i"Good3 dc-iivex-frd without charge. ANNUAL SUMMER OF fflOPWORN SHOES AT HATLTA AY, SOCLE SiU-ess.ir- to ISA LOW 402 Main St , SPECIAL! TI,1 SUMMER CORSETS, AT 39C A PAIR, TD "I A i L lN MAIN ST. 5 e -7 vi k '5 l Do VOI" WANT GET MY PRICKS Wiard Plows, Morgan Spadmg Harrows, Corn Planters, Wiard Weeders, Cultivators, Worcester Standard and Chain Gear Buckeye Mowers, New Emperor Hay Rakes and all Machines and T00I3 for Farm Work. Taunton District, Newtown, P. 0. Hawleyville, Conn THE W. F. SWORDS LUMBER COMPANY, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in MICHIGAN PINE LUMBEE, SIDING, SHINGLES, SPRUCE Timber, Lath, Sash, Boors & Blinds, Carvings, Mouldings, Mantles & Hard Wood, Trim, ets. North Carolina Yellow Pine Lumber a Specialty. 3-mATs FtnunaEBD Promptly. SOLE AGENTS FOB THE FAMOUS FROST SHISGLES. Orders May Be Lefc With E- C. PLATT, Hawleyville- WITHOUT HESITATION We assert that no finer exhibit of I-Iorso Ooods ! Is to be found in the State than is shown here. In Harness we carry nearly every stvie imaginable and as we make a lare partion of these goods on the premises are enabled to vouch as to reliability and desirability. JOHN 3. ikTKLIPJSOIV, 42 Fairfield Ave-, 78 Middle St, Bridgeport, Conn. F. W. MAH8H, OBAHOE MERWLN, BRIDGEPORT SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE VAULTS. Sate DepositBoxes Marsh. rented at reasonable rates Private Kooms tor iexaniining papers. Steel Vaults, Time Lock, Watohman. Merwin & JLemnion, 30 Maln'St., Bridgeport, Conn at the advanced age of 92. The inter ment at the village cemetery, Rev A. Goldsborough officiating. Mrs C. M. Heardsley has been earing lor her daughter at Ansonia. Mrs Cassidy is dressmaking at Bridge port. Miss Lizzie Lewis has returned from Shelton after two weeks' absence. W. W. Bliss is assisting Aibcrt Fohren- FURNACE & HARRINGTON'S IN .V STAS'DISII.) Bridgeport, Conn' T BROTHERS. DANBURY, CONN Oet oit'.y l.ibrtiry am bdiight omy '.': the oml. aiul get a sal in Books, Stationery, inputs,. ClK-ap stmt ;- i-heap, rarely pays a little more money, ,r:vini artick . In the ihllee In ea'.i.-e i; lle'.ler ; istat lion iibuvf! linen we are oileimg a irrtal var'iety anil tlie price is really asioiiishing', iuantity ami 'inaiity coiL-ifit-iv.!. H. H. JACKSON, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONKH, 364 MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT. Banking and Brokerage, Choice Investments, Mortgages on Bridgeport, ileal Estate, , Interest Allowed on back at Monroe moving the store of Marshall Beach. When we consider that the intestines are about five times as long as the body, we can realize the intense suffering ex perienced when they become inflamed. DeWitt'e Cholera cure subdues Inflam mation at once and j completely removes the difficulty. Edgar F. Hawley, Newtown ; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook ; A. B. Blakenian, Botsford ; B. nawley & Co., Stepney.