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FIUUAT. SI'FT. 1". SMB u;ei i..-. iw : Lai. ., UUU L al AtUiirs. MATTERS OF BUSINESS. ,I . St i ri'-', ji'H'jul . A II our 7") and !.HV si, 'J" pc oe..t di f'u'i' .i huts at M. Morn's, Is." bury. F.i-adini: ii!':!:r' ill' of shirt wui its -I, Wf,i--I3 at ; i h i our ti'iiiiiut'ii i Main street, I i.tii j eieloi-.U liouse. Tilt JHjWVI'.AL CiMVAI'JN- S I !. U K I' "I N I A A I IS 1 1 1 t. i ( I 'A N I A 1 . 1 , ,-:l-..i I..- It i'-n'r often 'hat ev. i own i iav ireii s:'h 'i vi'.n trooi a po: ii.ii-:. n of incioii'i' n--i.: -.! ioi',. biit mi I ,;!( r any I liilid H'.ali'? eiia'or V, ,M . S: uar! of Nevada w;is named by fhe demoer;.. ic fowl: eom ini'tee to t;'ii thi i-.uii'.iii' in N'"vtovti H ' -vmk r.n t ul tin' d.'pot. oi; arrival of fir' lit. 17 riio i.n.l escorted to the Grand i'.'i:lr-il hotel, St llo'e drum e rp$ aciii n ; s .tu I'sri.rt.- to re h' v:i 'i riii,. rt:.ii)"d by Kx -Senator M. .1 . ll;.t!i!i-tn diirir.fj hi? Mny in town. Saiutes were al'-'1 ir.'d it) hi lii.noi. Me i j Uiiiii of largi' ,.roper ' ioi., w i1 h 1:m ir ' i;n 'ed gray and a long M ivviii;; while heard. At -'o'clock, head-! I'd t' v the drum eorps. he wat escorted to 1 l lown tiali. (mi toe iilnlfonii the sji.'akcr v.'ii- 1'. il. M;iti:uiiro, uim was prenid-'iit of the meeting. Kx Sena tor H hi ! i fi hi utid Al 'xim'.e:' J rime, ui New Haven. The hall wm ivei! li'ied, the g.illerv I" io;.; re.-ei veil for Idie4. I i i r a niimher being pre-enc. I 're-idnit Ski'hiiore in a lew i.r,l int rodiieed A 1-i-X'ii:der Troup, who in a charaeteri t it- Kpera'h introdiici 1 t iie oi aror of the day. Kor two hoiir-i and ii hail Senator stew art "pet:", p v on inj; aruineiifs on the i!ver -;de ol "be i:"m! pol.i.ieal iUetion im,v t. -fore toe people, lie ' given tdn a'tenii.in tiir.ughuu: and hii'vt of apilii Il ' at th -i, prrtv ovr I fo.i.o, we-c fr ' 'ii'u-a: VI'-: of !.. The S.P' n lit . 1 vi: 'lig li.'lV. d"'it. at HI! hl'ppy oreM or inioition of -t.i iid.C' d bearer ' 1 i the ' i"i"i aoii'ii :r. low jL for New Haven the A VUSIM.i; (JIIAN'C-K. I ' 1 N A ' I v I 1.1 I S Hit lall. I'Aii.i .;;im. vi . ! 1 l I ! V IN "Imr'ei .l..r..i--. W.O.w ti.dor, h". ho;i.:,t out th. II. M t .'"li'i ! . iiawii ii 1 1 1 ,. n 10ri..g hush " .(."0 Main St. -eet. I! charge of epoi ; , and has a 1 ready taken e -aioe. ir Jonas will pay the 'aoie eareful attention tvi tin o' Ins Newtown eus-tiiiiitrr0 in the Wall! s fiiturn a in the pai. Newtown people with in.; to ee Mr .loiiiii will fi 'n' hnu at hi? pi lie oi hi,ijr,c34 01 Newtown evenings. ( I" lie. n V friend Kiatiti d that he is in:e. to ret' ill reecho 11! ' I ' S I hi I IV i on ! hi ehuich ;.ioi. and eveti'iig. 0 a -ca e.-'s in ev gi Wi eiy it. ery u.iy. ! h, ii:i.u- ilooi. hoi s d ! Hi' the V'' i'oj; fe.'ii.i llooi "til 'porr at haseh -II. tie ..-core !" !!.t' !u tr. 17. There were a iroodiy runni er of Vioter-i fr'im out of low a. K.ith. Kaf 1 1' oig at ! eiki vilie. H" M id'i'h tpvii. a'.ti'ii.i t 1 fr n od. in th" wiahling a uelioh n't; u G:.rH::Ri.N5 i' At::;. ,T 1'Il-fSAM A party of piea-Hir" sockets from South Center district, picnicked at Put nam park, la-t wi k Thursday. The names of those who compoied the group were Mr and Mrs W. I;. Piindle, Mi and Mrs W. II. Prim'J.e, Mr and Mrs Ilcrmon II. Peck and daughter. Marion, Mr and Mrs lb C. Bacon, Mrs A. U. i'-inillc, Miss Juiia Priudie, Mrs liermon Peck. Mrs Anna K lines of I!, idgeport, Mr and Mrs K. I.. Johnson, Miss h. V. Camp, Mr ftid Mrs C, B. Johnson and torn, Frank, Mr aud Mrs W. C. Johnson. The extremes of life met, when Mrs flermon Peek, who is k:i years old, and Frank Irfluuel Johnson, la months old, rhook J hands and passed the compliments of the season a: the festive board. W. A. I."onard and Charles U. North rop h ive become members of the Bridge port Whist, Chess and Checker club. M. A. Todd entertained very delight fully, Saturday evening, a party at whist. Mra John Judson and Charles II. Northrop won the first prizes and Mis Grace Glover and M. A. Todd the conso lation. John B. Wheeler, llobart B. Camp, Harry Orgleinan and Josiah Tillson are the flelegstea from Newtown to the re publican congressional convention. At the democratic caucus, last Friday evening, to elect delegates to the Btnte convention, T. J. Corbett was chairman. The delegates elected were : Ex-Senator Houlihan, Frank B. Drew, T. J. Corbett and lr Jamas W. Gordon. Col James Smith of New York 1 the guest ot bin son, Dr Edwards M. Smith. Charles Henry reck and Smith I'. Olover were eammoned to Bridgeport, yesterday, on grand jury duty In the su perior court, criminal term. Mrs M. C. liotlgers ba opened ber kindergarten school for the fall term. Ell Bamum's family, who have been summering at Charles Wixsom's, havt returned to Danbury. Mrs George Hannah of Irkohirc, b tha guest of her daughter, Mrs Kjiuu' Spencer, la Ziar district. One of Terriil, lietts A Co.'s horse in dulged In a runaway, one day this week. bin were driving mar the fchoo!hou"), when in turning around they turned too phort, overtumicK the waxon and Dreak - ins; the top. Th? horse started for home but there was no other damage of conse- querne. ABIttTJIDAY TAKTY. i ; . I Mis" 1 "rett;t Gordon, daughter of Dr land Mrs Jduios W. Gordon of Handy J iluuk, gave a delightful party to about ! I 'M of her little friends on Tuesday after- J I noon, The H'i-:iion was the fifth anni-i j versary of her birth, and from 3 to r. J the little folk? made merry and had a I most happy tirpe. There were eauses in hu.,daL.:,!H.:dWl,..,,.hctifUr came for , . , . Eh" -uni -they ad were u - rap' Uiuua der.sut uyer U'.C HOOd.OS ! I l"u,"'u " - : veu ,n stace ny tntir you! K j I 'iui' A fi...rm- i.f the bit thday caki wa." a large eniuber of little chilli: dolls. itod - f v in o, mi th" t wh. ii too iary - .. ..louthiui v is Mtetiipu.-d it genet,, iH ie .o.-.ai i;; liad:.".' or.e Oi the doiu. M i - ;o,c:in HCi'b al uicnv ;;r-.:ty gins. Hie ,i .he U!tbt rotable helng a hard- soiie: vioiin tn.'in one ol her auutie?. Ir 'he party wee May n:.d Helen Houli han. Kran.oc.i and Pessie Carrnody. I'huriie and Annie ileDermott, liiissiu. Wihie a m Annie i ainpbcll, Amy and M ichael ( "nsoy, Gracie and Ucleu Tor rill, M iihel rgdinar.. Aliie 'ostello, Ada Schumacher, ( .'harlea. Ilurd, Maggie I'uuill, li'.y taulahan. Gatluirine ilaiih, Maggie MeGarthy, Maggie. I.'.titia and Joe Kane, Gladys I'ieree, May MeXamara, hittie W elch, Annie Keating, 1 ora Pierce and Annie Gar :nody " j A SUNDAY KVESiSti SERVICE OF FHAISE J I Next, Sunday evening, September l.i, there will be a service of prayer and oraise in the Gongregational church at '.'..it) o'clock. This will he similar to the one given 111 Juiy which awakened much .ntorcn. I'rh: ted orders of service will be lined, containing responsive readings and faniilar hymns, The pastor will, in :he course of the hour devoted to praise, give the history of tiiese hymns and in teresting incidents that have grown up with the use ot them. I).- and Mrs Hd wards M. Smith passed Sunday at Green's Farms. Merchant Morris is having a great call for his Sterling collet-, which pleases hia customers and caun-s them to call for uore. .John n. pope, a well known Oxford armer. was in town on Wednesday. The season of ( 'ra.y Pcet" at Dick's :uded by the gentlemen winning on a 'mall margin. They were jubilant, over heir victorv. '!'!"" .ti'-Jcri 'i kmc .'.'"n l ikow ,v seiin 1:1 iiavi- disO.iv 1: ; arvierstiii.. The bus- t- w;'l he :.'o.m ,; hy . j . Prt.w. Il'.a ard P. -k of Perk-hire 1m been on he -lek 11.-'. lut is bett i r. M :o L. I'e ,b t' yty has het e"; ..1 iiil! H'hool. M,'-. V.. ing in A :.t:.n .! t:..- !li ; lie.. . w 1- .. t is V! . rv ti.'A n o. it-aid al'itf: t::rirsxcr e ho 1 i i v id W ir i-w 'o' k to lOI'.l" ! Sunday and Ml 1.11- . lei ill Mr and Mrs . oik city we. Ii f .-ii Hull arc iu New for a few days. ,1'iino. I i r , .' '. ork on bii-v-i'k. iiie.nl. ".eSS !' '., was lit two day New , this h'lO'.'S M. ii.'tts li lt on Monday for St iohnsburj, t.. wle're he will attend! school the coming y. ar. j i Mrs I'.dwi.r.l T'tylor of Sandy If ork oas been in New i ork with friends, this week. Clarence L. Boardsley left Tuesday morn-ng, for Plymouth, N. IL, when be re-enters tho Ilolilerness school for an other year's study. A son of .Michael Bradley of Hanover, cut his arm quite badley, one day recent ly, with a tobacco knife, requiring the attention of Ir Gordon, who took sever al stitches to close the wound. A nice line of golf caps at Warner, Taylor & Curtis' store for i.ie each. A lot of last year's caps, bargains, at 10c each. Lucius Spencer, of Zoar district, has returned from a visit in Watertown and Bethlehem. Boys, and wen too, don't forget to get j one of those knives at half price, la, 2r, j aBd .'iSe, perfect goods. K. F. Hawley. j Edward Taylor and K. S. Tomlinson ' were at the New Milford fair, this week, as judges in the races. C. F. Beardsley exhibited some-fine i j looking onions at the New Milford fair, 1 grown on his farm. A small land-slide occurred at Sandy nook. Sunday night after the shower, when about 20 feet of the dividing wall bjtwecn Taylor's hotel and Dr Betts' place tumbled over into a heap. A force of men are at work, this week, I A eombination oi lcavcriinir aircnts satisfactory in their which i " The kind Boss makes hia biscuits with " and has for 32 yea-s. J if Over 3,000,000 pounds sold in the: past vear testify to their populari.y. j I Manufactory C. D. DOSS j Ulling the bi silo of Messrs Fairehild and Moore. Herraon Feet has also been filling his ulo, this week, THE COSaKBOATIOKAI. CHUECK. The pastor, Kw Oris W. Bnikcr and I'.iuniy expect to L ave for their vacation Wedtt'sdinr morning;, September 10. They go lira: to Mr Uaikti-'a father's suicmei ' houi" in uencsec county, Now York. .and siud the last week of their vacation with friends and relatives in Iirooktyji. ! r,., .. . .,, . , , . ; , rl;et'''j helii o.i i uenlny ovt.n:ng instead of on 1 Wuia,sd fc e:.;u, 0P U8U .j nizbt Th;c,.,u, ,;,..,, t,,J ciiu'eh tj ho with his people before leav ing j'or hit vacation. '1 he subject of this :e:r li: will bt, 'i'rocetttln Jesus to ciiiiM;. '. Tb-prayet- rau-.iin also un- Ul Jir Marker s return at least, will be j ie. id . , . . .uayeveumgs. ng the ait'.':w ot Rev U. v . l' - ar - . , .o r . y"; tK 1. cirif.ii flirt I AfurprtiannnQl pulpit will hft suophed as follows: .Sun day. September 20, liev W. M. Brown, of Bridgeport, will preach, and Hunday, Octooei 1. Ih-v Joseph IT. James, of lloekviile, win supply the pulpit. The preacher for September 27 will be an nounced later. Rov Mr Brown has many f ricirls in Newtown and is very favorably known here. DEATH vF MES THESE AELEY There arc few living whose birth was in the year 1SW and now Newtown is de- prived of tlie distinction, for on Sunday night Mra 1'hcbe Akiey, mother of Wil- liani Akiey, passed away at the ripe old age of :i; years and six months. She was .t woman who enjnyed romarkable health and was the mother of a large family, but now only two children survive her. An acute attack ot" dysentery was the cause of death. The funeral service was held from St John's church on Tuesday after noon at 3 o'clock, Kev O. O. Wright oflie iating. T he bearers were George Gra ham, W. 1!. Snill'en, C. M. Parsons and Charles llawley, all Grand Array men. The remains were taken on Wednesday aiorning to cypress Hill cemetery, Long Uland. to be laid at rest in the family idol. i'r .l W. 11. Hoyt, principal of the 1 Acadeujy, arrived in town yesterday, j laying passed an enjoyable vacation, in j Vermont. The Academy will open on i Mo!!(la'f next. ! John M. I'oid of Southviile has some i of the lines; native grapes, cultivated, j '.ecu anywhere. They measure three and j 'our inches in circumference and will do j r'or exhibition at the Newtown fair. ! Hod what K. b . tlawiey has to say iH.ut psint. tals week. JIc is ijlerhigj " r ie,; 'n tb!5 dpsrtment. Mr atid Mis Frank T. Botsford left on vl'jndav for a vi-it of a few weeks in j ev York stare, and the latter part of I he ;r;o; ah they will leave for their home ; t s-ui lMewo, Gal., visiting several cf i be pri;. cipsl c't'.es on the route. Miss '.tuiaie S-. i.t oi lVovideuec, U. I., join-; d tin ru on MondHv. ! r.t? e.eo. o .I..? f,,r ter., i p. I,,.. .-. Il Hti l')t M I., ; ''''.: ioi- : Vane i, Taylor A Curtk' at fhe . , , . , , . . ot bed U:ink"t" at o'h, Me .-jifr.(t on as far a, a erarrea !.r.. TI) 1 OV o bai s a notab! ii retted tl a large audience, which i . '. ; revt i i ved . Tie- Stiliiuan IP'siness College at Dan- .ury ias more applications, this fa!), j "roni iK'opIe that wish to take a course f study !it. this schoo!. than ever before. This i et'ough of an endorsement with ut furth"r words. Send for one of the "cat pamphlets of the school, address ing the principal. W. J. Stiilman, M. A., '.at; Main street, 7 "anbury. Died, at Brooklield, September 10, "Mrs Maria Peck, widow of the late ilezekiah Peck, aged i; years. The funeral will be held from her Jate home, Sunday, at 1 o'clock. Our Neighbors. SOUTH BSITAIN. VII. LACK AND PEKSONAL JOTTINGS, Miss Alice Marsh of Attleboro, Mass., spent last week with her aunt, Mrs Alice Ganficid. Miss Jeunie Shepard of Springfield, Mass., spent Hunday with her sister, Mrs C. A. Manville. B. M. Mitchell of Passaic, N. J., was home oyer Sunday. John Marsh and Louis Jones of New ft-... r...nnfn s ir.n ii;n r., n . " , 6U"" "l JJ"a "eld' hunoay- The Hollow, Center and select schools open this week. E. L. Mitcheil of New Haven spent .Sundav with hi, fath, Dea M. w Mitchell, and took his son 'Warren back with him, Monday. John n. Cassidy, for a silver dollar, will give you 20 pounds of granulated sugar. James Adams is treating bis house to a fresh coat of paint. As Thomas Flemming was coming up the hill near his father's blacksmith shop with a heavy load of boards the wheel got into the ditch to stay. Apart of the load was taken off, when Wesley that are pure, utrcrie and pre-eminently action, has resulted in I 4 & SON, NEW LONDON, CONN, j 7t' I lowland Dry Gwds Co., ii'ormerly the Uor .'awd Stack Co.) , sale of blankets, COt o , , ,. , , , tons; table linens and house U.-nlnf, r.--lc (rnmrr nn hrrr eepine goods goinfj on now. Iig"ger bargains than we ever had before. Over a hundred thousand , i uuudis vc;i en. j IIess Goldsmith & Co.. i -it,. r,.,, . .-iiiv inanuiaiuii.io. -4. o 1 vvii . ' ' street, New York, let out one day last week a hundred thou sand dollars' worth of reliable black silks. It was a peremp tory sale at which prices ruled very low sdIow that we can sell at surprising prices. liiack gros gi-aiu brocadoa ton hefiiitilul tloaign r rular price 7.ric our price 5to. Black ilueliess satin il inches wiilo regulai' price $1. our price 75c. l'lain black fros grain '24 inches wide regular price $1. our price 75e. l'lain black nulla -4 inclies wide rcprular price 5Sc our price itc. Black India brocades 24. inches wide, tendcftignti regular price 75c our price 58c. ISiack pe.au do soio -i inches wide regular price if 1. our price 7ac. ISlack faille 24 inches wi.i laif-rular price il. oiir price 7a. TlC owand Dry Goods Co. Bridgeport, Conn THE FAMOUS HOMESTEAD PAINTS are tin-l.cst puslo painta in the world. They Hie nonle by K V . imvoe A Co., iu all shades. You add pure iiiifced oil, stir ihoroiiidily and Ihii result ia a paint that is remarkable for its beauty arl durability. Experts who have used si) kinda prououiice the Homostoail the l'C"l. color ohiiim on a(.ipneniioii. w . ,,v,.rvllii,iir in llifi line ol PftinlH und l'liimcis' SupphiM. Priced are low and i very ari.icie is wiiiTanieu ui u CAivuiiy tiy ,,nraste,l. THE 3 IU BBELL.& WADE COMPANY 362 Water St.. Bridgeport, Conn. ' Fowler came along with a load and pull ed him out. Rev Mr Smiley has sold his horse and it is understood he is looking for a larger one and u greater roadster,with which to perform his outside pastoral labors. MIDDLEBTJRY. MklllODIST CHURCH INTERESTS. The ladies of the Methodist church will give their concert on Tuesday evening, September 13. Excellent talent from out of town is expected, and the concert promises to be a most delightful enter tainment. On Sunday, September 13, Kev J. O. Munson will exchange with Kev Harry Scarborough of Beacon Falls. He is a young man of marked ability and will be heard with pleasure. The house of Luzerne Camp in Water bury was burglarized recently. Com paratively little was taken. The floral decorations at the Methodist church on Sunday were done by Irving Camp and hia class of boys. Much cred it is due these young gentlemen for the taste in which the profusion of flowers was arranged. Master Roy Camp begins school in Wa terbury and Master Clarence Munson in New Haven, this week. K. I. Munson will be In Middlebury on Sunday, September 20, and, give hia re port of the C. E. convention in Washing ton, at the evening service in the Metho dist church. The Christian Endeavor society of the Congregational church has been cordially invited to be present. It is expected there will be a pleasant union service of the two churches. SOUTHFOSD. l'EUSONAL AND OTHERWISE. Mrs E. A. Wheeler entertains her daughter, Mrs Sanford of New Haven, and her sister, Mrs Munson of Bridge port. Mrs Charles Haizht, a former resident of this place, was brought here for burial last Monday. On acconnt of the unpleasant weather, last week Thursday, the social and sale of the organ was postponed until Wed nesday eyening of this week. Mrs A. V. Whitmore and daughter left, last Tuesday, for their home in Petersburg, Va., accompanied by Miss Maybel Osborne. Mr and Mrs J. M. Doyle have removed to Shelton. Oeorge Kice and family are to leave soon, and other employes of the box shop, for lack of employment. NEW MILFORD. NORTHVILLK AND VICINITY. Kev Mr Kamsay will give another chalk talk next Sunday evening. Sub ject : "Wages." Miss Matilda Bauman is still confined at ber home with a badly sprained ankle. Mrs F. E. Baldwin gave a large and very enjoyable tea party, Friday afternoon.- Mrs Myron Tayne has returned to Waterbury. , ... - Mm Luddington and Miss Emma re- YOU NEED A NEW STYLE . HAT 33A.C1-I BHABON- Outlines of Y0UMA.N, DUNLAP. KNOX, LAMSON & HUB BARD Blocks now $125, 1.45, 1.90, 2.40, 2.90 A saving of 60c on each Hat you buy of us at It equals the $2.50 Eats usually offered. Tourist Hats in all Colors $1. to $2.40 Boys' Derby and Tourist Hats 75, $1.00 $1.25. Boys' and Children's Golf Caps. Children's Tam O'Shanter and Sailor Caps, 25c. 50c. Still a good line of Sizes on the $b3 and $18 50 suits for $10.00. It pays you nearly one hundred per cent, to buy these suits for next season's use. FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS NOW ON SAT E, JOHN F. KEANE 349 5Jain Street, corner John street Grand Ooenis; Tail! -OF Tilt NEWTOWN AGRICULTURAL fiTCTV ! yliJJ a I'O UK ilKl.l' A l NEWTOWN, SEPT. 29, 30, and 0CT.1, 1896. An At: mc-livo I'roirratn ot Itaeos Arranj;el In cludmg JJlcyclu, aud Uiiitircilu Jtacee. Extra Attractions May lie Expected. Fair Ground.i Only About 1-1 Mile From Depot Excursion Kates on v. V., N. H. !l. Kallroad All TrotiHur and TPovele Kn trios Close Sep tember 2', ism;. Send lor I'rcmmin 1,1st. T. E. PIiATT, H. C. BEEP.S, PKESIIMCXT. M-CItETARY. GROCERIES! We are headioiarters tor the lrc-heist and biibt Groceries Unit uin be boiiiiht, a-ui we are ncvci undersold. Our Teas and Coileeb are still in tho lend, our feleil i n Coil'ce is the besl that money will buy. liny ol us and you will always have the. best in the market. The LeailififrCCJroeer, Newtown, OonD. BEAR IN MIND -OUR STOCK OK Always Fresh. Always Reliable. TERRILL,EETTS & CO. SANDY HOOK, CONN. ARE YOUR BUILDINGS, Stock or Personal property insured? II they are not you cannot afford to go with out Are protection. It you are near the re newal period 1 would like to talk with you aftout Fire Insurance. Look up your pol icy dates and come and see me a few days before they expire FRANK WRIGHT. turned to their home in Shelton, Friday evening. Miss Finkleton of Brooklyn. is visiting at William Gregory's. MAKE THE MOST OF YOURSELF. It la the duty of every man to make the most of himself. Whatever his capaci ties may be, he is sure to And some place where he can be useful to himself and to others. But he cannot reach his highest usefulness without good health and be connot have good health without pure blool. The blood circulates to every organ and tissue and when it is pure, rich and healthy it carries health to the entire system, but if it is impure it scat ters disease wherever it flows. Ilood'a sarsaparilla Is the ouly true blood puri fier. It cures salt rheum, scrofula, catarrh, dyppepMa and rheumatism be cause these diseases hava their Jorlgin in the blood. on sale. Prices Bridgeport, Ct. I Will Sell My 18th Car H0ESE This Season At UCTI0N Jt At My Stables, 308 North Main j St., Tuesday, Sept 15, '90, j at 10 a. m I sharp. My Wiyer-i hive one iiiOiUli I'lckimj up liieie .'lordes in tun country Hint they arc an fc.Mi'fl tiood load. We have the following T-t-ir lJi.y mares, f mw j yen is old, weight 2,.r'.Vi pounds. One hoo I iriiiiiiy imxie, ; years, weight l.H'M) pounds. One. iiue brown liorao, 5 year.-, weiirht l.O.Hi louinta. miy Iku'sp, ff,ood chunk, ' veai'M, weight ''S.yStida beaan-, vears. wo:RM 1. 'iiM pounds. ' riur bay l!uii-, .-, and - 5 ears, weight 2. f.(Ml po ll: 1 "t a !.:a i.-uii'-, -. vi 't! ,, i'-r'a! i,-.!,"ii i-iourid.T. Loan horse, : years, wciuin 1 !.'..". uoimds bay mure, 1; vears, weiiri,' l.hiu noiuuiH lla-ro mare, ,". years, weight 1,10.1 pounds. Pair ?iirowu marcs, 1 .:wl 'i years, weight 2,-Jo'j lionriils. bay mare, ! years, w. iiilo 1,1:0 pounds. 1 Cheslnut bov.se., years, w eir,-h i,!;n pounds, ! excellent iarnily liorse. J lar.ple tiray, 7 yi'nr.s, eunt t.i'wi pr uads j tiiown uiaie, 5 vear:., r.ico bioe.'t, weight j !,Nili' rounds. 5n J" horse, , eais, we.o.'hi. 1 . i '00 pouuds. Chi'stnnl hoi-sp.. 7 years, weight I.I.VU poumls ;j:ood .IriViO. t best 111, t "pai er, 7 yen -s, weight J.isflii pounds, lis.., road horse au clevi-r lor lady uiilrive. (Msi'ies ij-aiie ai'ie-ida-r -e.-ond r.aufi tiifi'si,.-.. ei-y Uespee'.feliy, F. E. BEX 1 1 AM, IV Al Klir.LdtV CLOTHING AT- Greatly Reduced Prices. Mcn'i antl youths' KhLok Cheviot. Suits, good goods, I or ijb.'Vt, iovmciiy sold nt $:).f'0 Mini's liiack Cheviol ami inixed SJits at f l', tomjerly $i- and $1 1. Knee pants its lor the I.m y at -!, $2 Ja) and $i r". Knee pant-(, good .troruj goods, troni 3n to fJt i e? at WARNER, TAYLOR & CURTIS, SAKPY HOOK. BEST PAINT STORE IN BRIDGEPORT. Most reliable colors, fairest prices, biggest . assortment Just tha kind of folks you like to trade with; glad to see you and get acquainted with you Latch-string is always out herwoodCo. 114 WATEUST., BKIDCEI-OtlT. CT. Telephone Call, SJj-2. ARE VOL GOINO TO IH; V A CARRIAGE, BUSINESS OR FARM WAGON THIS FALL? ,F SO LOOK OVER THE FINE STOCK FltOM THE FAMOUS FACTORY OF THE CORTLAND WAGON CO., N. Y. THEY A aE FINE GOODS, A'D I AM PRE PARED TO SELL THEM AT l'RICES To SUIT THE TIMES. COME AND LOOK T.3EM OVER. CORTLAND I). COLE, WASHINGTON DEPOT, CT. A ATT) J A1 Monday to Saturday, Oct 5 to J in. iiRKii: 10, il893. G. M. RDNDLE, Secr-tary. RiderS THE D. M. READ COMPANY, BRIDGEPORT, - COM. L. IjXVE SCHMEI! AND KAKI.V 1AI.I. A re !.; alike, a '- far a j goods are concerned ---juddeo cha)gesiu tempera ture every now and then. Maybe a .Ucki.'t o.i" day and a shirt waist the nest; or a shirt waist, during the day and a jacket at evening. ; We have as line a line of head Pen 00 !cils a 'ou'il tt!"l anywhere -Tie. a dor ') j Now that the schools are opro in a few p'Tl days it s well to remember it. Hoys' shirts negligee sorts for school wear. The rumpling and crumpling of the hurry and scurry doesn't show, doesn't look bad hold their good looks longer than white ones. Stout school Stockings--have to be All the games that have been broken up all summer will start up afresh when school ceiumetiees. Start right, start i with good wearing ipiMlity and : your peace of mind will be twice as long. School handkerchiefs, plain or with ! I pretty borders. Ot course you'!; need more or less and so we have made the ! prices very ;ow. cheap. Some will be lost, some torn and others tained until they're unfit for use again no telling about a school-chil'l's handkorcliief. S,fle ",ng. clean- -re.dy '.11 , , i ror t!,' h'-,P- 'kip uudjutp. ! ' TOO CAN SAVE MONEY! by btjyinc yo'ir . .: .:ci ; e.-, :r::- Hnu iutent 'euic inc.- al tlnt ti'rJ. Nn m.cl ci ,,'oiiiL: to l!e city for thm prieej ; -- o. .u,,! ev en iidvci city prieec .t W. N. IIUKIVS, STK.PN'KV DEPOT, CON S. SAfJE'S ULTfER: 11 01 : n1- 1.0.1;' ii'i'.'.ei Notice to Pariccrs. vea-h" to." el i. C'i--loie Li. U L, RE, Ml !r. i:, '.I kM lKK KKKPKUS WvVVTEI 1) lo e.Teh:t.nge your ianie 1 lor my cat'iingue ol" suppline, com a! ii ing everything u ceded from a polished section, tt.&& lnOOtoa coinp'Oie hive, I dove fr- 4 tail c:oTiipl't'. 1.-V0, in flat f' , -Si i.vj? Will t'Xehange heenwax for aCgy'-J -i ().i,l- or eah. samp'es ol : eoino ciLniHTion alio etoaiou'j iree. k. SMITH, M aicrtown, ;nr.:. WAGONS. 0ASRIAGE3. Come and see the Wcitons an. I ISuggles "R-e have on hand. Popular prices and quick sales. Now is Uio time to buy. D- a- BEERS & CO., Nevj-tOTVu. Cona. AMMDTU WHirK C I NT Kit KYK Noted straw, l'rice 7c per bushel. Sample on ap plication. CIO UL ESS AN KOUD.1 alley View Farm, Ued.ling Jtid'C, Conn. F(i HKUT liLACK, Washington Depot, Cl. ijHdit SA I J 4 young horses Iroui d to : yeai" old. T eu- Hires are said to ie registered stock. Their dam ij by Kairtleld, reeo: d -2 22. They are line drivers and kind ami gentle. II . K. I LI' ML), Stevenson, Conn. VOTiCE Is hereby given to all persons lia- 11 I, 'u to pay taxes in the town ol Monroe, thai, the laves on tho list ot 1S!I5 are now due an. 1 tor the purpose ol receiving the same 1 will heal the tollowinrr named places: vi;:. at the store of Stephi-n French from a until 1-, ar th slore ot Iui-i' Hawley Irom 1 until 4, on . v eiinesiiay, siepi. ia; ana ai ine store oi siai shall r.uach troin :i until 12, and al the alore ol Oscar .1. Sherwood Iroin 1 until i, on Thurs day, Sept. U. KllWIX (,'. SUfel.TON. Collcc tor. Dated at Moiroo. Aug. 25, 'W 17IOK SALE liood A No. 1 ladder? irom in to . :i(i Icet in length. Call on or address A. T. CAMT, Uawleyviile, Conn. lirANTKD A second hand Cooley Creamer ?Y must he in good order, atale priee. liox 54, Stepney Depot Ct. 11 it SALE Carriages, haggles, business imd pleasure wagons; all the latest ami iiest styles, at prices about one third that ol ten years afro. A number ot aecond hand Mif-'gies ami business wagons cheap, you can save '2a per cent by buying here. M VV HSW'S, 1'lumtrees Dist-iet, Bethel Conn. ElOR SALE A new milch cow. ELMER . 1 FA1RCHILD, Main Street, Newtown. WANTED A competent g.ri lor general house iwork, none other need apply. M BS 11. II. BEERS, Newtown. F)K SALE Young new milch cow, would exchange tor dry stock. C. W. EDWARDS Stepney Depot. IX) It SA LE A no ar milch cow, calf by side. ? TUUNEY NORTHROP, Newtown Ct. "V'OTRIE -The partnership heretolore exist 11 ing under the ilrm name of Brew & Scan Ion, is hereby dissolved hy mutual consent. Ail debts due Hie nvm will be collected by William J. Brow, who this day assumes tho hustneas. Dated at Sandy Hook, Ct., Spt. 10, 1S:16. WILLIAM J. BREW, PATRICK J. SCANI.05, Partners. 1X)R S A US- My place at Sandv Hook. iiliS ' CROTTY, Sandy Hook, Conn. "TOTICEl9 hereby given that 1 have been 11 appointed sexton ot Saudy Hook cemetery- Any one wishing my services notily me at mv lionso opposite cemetery or at Warner, 'i aylor & Curtis' store. NATHAN G. SHEPARD. i UCTION Sale ot personal property com iV prising household furniture o various kinds. Several tons ot hay, a quantity ol un- t hiesheii oata, one acre standing corn, 112 acres of fodder com. mow in machine, liav rako, hay cutter, tanning mili, ox cart,Spring and lumber wngon, buggy, harness, ox yokes, cultivator, and tanning utensils, in general, also ono horse one horse, tour cows, one ier- se calf six months old, Sow with pigs, one spring pig, poultry, etc., with a variety of other articles. The personal prorertv ot Mrs May IC Hurknanl ot the lown of Kaslon Conn, one miie west ol Stepnev churches. Sale to tafce Tdaee at, the residence ot the said Mrs linrkbardt, in said Eastop, on Monday, the 14 VJoTic B I will be at the Town clerk's oiuca dav of September, ISSis, beginning at lolii on Saturday afternoon, Septemoer Is, o'clock, forenoon. It stormv tboflrst fair c'av I Irom 1 to 6 o. in- and evurv Baturdav follow. following, at tho same hour. LK GRAND G. )ii.n,j., auctioneer. n Neck Ribbons, in any shade or effect the little giris like ; must look right the tirft day of school. ;IIair Ribbons, too. Side Combs, to keep the hair in place as the bend over the terribly long lesson ; as they write little notes to each other as they keep one eye on their book and the other on the teacher. School I'mbrclls? no end, seemingly, to the various things we keep that the little folks want, will need. Suppose September should happen to be a warm mouth, a hot month! The Inducements for buying Lawns, Dim ities, O.-gandies, Muslin3 and Batistes have never bsen equalled ; and our as sortment seemi almost as large and fresh as early in the season. What if you should buy and lay asids for atiother season ! Prices are fully half and more than half o'T fr til regular askings. Dimitie?, s cents a yard. Scotch Lawns. I" cents a yard. French r- g'indies. l'1 cents a yard and so on through any quantity of selections, There's now here near the Shirt Waist row that there v.-a 3 a week ago, but there's bargiin; y-t. Just as long &i there is a single r.na left u will be a bargain can't help it at ."0 or Tl' cents and such qnaiay. READ! PONDER! ACT! Tlw iv.o r;vat parses are now iu battle ar 1 -.:;.;k-v ,,:u ii- i.U i -.5;ip ot General Oold anit I'ri'UK'Uou ainl 4jOi. rnt Silver, 16 10 1. Now ceii I i ! 1 1 1; -it law. -ur choice, but rftneoibtr I'Ci'Mu iu or.! on si teiilouyau un-len&li-intr :t wii: it lifc-'y Ku'youto b proper ly -Miotl. oi villi io we'll to proctred to l.o-.-.vV. oi-!'-. where he wiil PeJI you dhoes, l.iis-'! or li:ucK 'rorTiy prtt-Cted, 16 lo 1 lor 'ovci'irt.o; ; f.il t!n;n you can make your fM-itpc !y the WHy ot buying fcboe for your v. ivi's diul cLIhirt-r, ii- ijoo! and ad cheap as voo e.1'-! r nny here, and coupons for Silver War- iil:ir'T iii'.r. Vow is the time, aud i;- U Uie j l ee, M!ia here w.re the goods- A. B-L0CKW00D, :'r: a in ri.A-. t. ketiiel, ct. , TEES PRICES FOR CASH ONLY! liaising, ihs ; rrunes, 4 10 lor 25e, choice ? 'laiier. -i ch:ip ijc; Condensed Milk, l c.-tii- -."-e . .-)n;iiH(ii, t-'ioiee, '2 eaus Hc ; Corn, nice 'k- can : Kice ii U.m 25ci Pure Spice, (xjr lb ; i-ur-j iJati.i:ig 1'owdet. -joe lb; Best Oat i'laKes. - ib lor 2oc; Ton. aloes, choice, 3 cans Soc ; . Mustard, -i oowld i5e ; strip God, 7c lb; 1no i ij wring, 4e i'o, Soap, 7 bar3i5c; Bakeil Beans, J fans -,'-c ; luiryea? Corn Starch, 3 lbs ic; i Choice (ioi an g or Japan Tea, 3.c lb ; Corteti, 2i to .i.v: lb; Nutno;on.', best lor your stock. At , the old Stand. A. B. Faneher, HAWLITVILIS CSIIKt Have You a Good Rye Crop? We make fine ilonr in the new bolt mill at South Hritain. Ail kinds ot rain ktguu-A while you wait at reasonable prices, sawlntf tlonu at short notice. J. A. BA1KD, South Britain, Ct. PRATT & HAWLEY, New MiL'ord. Dkai ecs in Fisk Carriages WAGa)ss, kto. -!f in want ol anything in our linn couia and 8ee us or drop us a line and a representa tive ol our house wiil call noon you. lyATCHES AND CLOCKS RKPAIItED ? :vvis watch maker, located at the Henry tairciuiil place near Botitord liepot. All binds ot watches and clocks repaired in tho host manner. Charges moderate. iiKNUl r.Ul'Uyl KNEZ, Botsford, Conn. j. . T. 77, T r r ' ,ANlfcD-A tew cattle, horses or colts to ! Pasture at owner risk- ARTHL.K J ' L.-.ON, 1'alest.ne matrlct, Newtown. WANTED Everyone to take advantage oi the great Slaughter in prices tor the next 2e days ol Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Sil verware, etc. JOHN U. REID, Jeweler, fci Wall street, Bridgeport, Conn. OFFICE TO RENT Over R. II. Beers St Co.'s store two rooms, lor terms apply to E. U. BE ERS, Newtown, Conn. MONEY FOR YOU Here is a list ot the stamps lound on old photographs and the prices we pay tor each : lc playing cards, red, iic ; '2c playing cards, blue, 4c ; 2c playing cards, orange, 20e ; '2c proprietary orange, sAc ; 2c eertiheate, blue or orange, 20e; 3o playing cards, green, i I; 4c playing cards, violet, (1 ; 6c proprietary orange, f5. See what you can find and bring them to us on the photograph, and wo will remove them without injury. It you have any Kind not listen or Old pontage stamps send them to us for prices. COOK A DUNBAR, Room 20, Conu. National Bank Building, Bridgeport, Conn. PASTURE To let. Stepney, Conn. LEWIS EDWARDS, TXIR SALB A 16 can Cooley creamer, in n cwiey creamer, in EOBEitT ATCUISON, X. good oudiliou. Sherman, Conn. "VJOTICE Notice is hereby given to all per il eons having bills against the Town of Newtown, to present thpra to the Selectmen on or bctoro September 16, lw6, as the book of seid town wiil close on said date as per vote passed at the last annual town meeting. The selectmen will be at the town clerks oitlce on September 14 and IS, Isstf, Irom a. m., until 5 p. m., to receive said bills. W. H. GLOVER, THOMAS J. BRADLEY, HENRY G. CL Klisa, Selectmen oi Newtown. Dated al Newrown September 1, 1896. rsu SALE .CHEAP A good general pur X pos horse. ALLISON P. SMITH, Bui office, Newtown Coun. rX).-t SALi-Pair light harnesses, two seated jD -r aeon ana sleigU. J. F. RYDEN, Box bHi New Milloid, Ct. FJii SALE Twelve liorse power engine and boiler, in line order. Will bosold cheap. WILLIAM DA KIN, Uotchklssvi lie Conn. IlOB SALE An extra good (arm horse, good ' worker and driver, 8 years old, weight about 1100 pounds, aU right tor any one to una and price very reasonable. F. S. FRlsiilK, Brook fieid Center Conn. BICYCLE CHEAP i will soU my salelv wheel, a Columbia, cost ins, tor 15, cash or work.; Csod but lilti. HoLLISTEE SAGE, The Creamery, South Britain, Conn. FOR SALE A new breach loading Baker shot gun. ARTHUR J. SMITH at f UK bKB oilice. ing, until further notice. JUOC.J&UX A CLARK, Collector.