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In irU'' lit Wulch Opul i ini- Wiitcht H 'l!in' f ! , 'ornu r pi' 1 1 1 I it) ; 1 1 ni 1 11 - hujm ,;(, I' " hut i trie n I .-". V h k . in.r tt (( I ( tie In '. n t 1 pusildc maini r ty, wiu'iih.mI. RIDER, 1 1 II Y A NT & CO., Reliable Jcwolorn, or9 MAIN STREET, n ANBURY. CONN. Leade J TARD BICYCLES Are equal to any biicli ffin! wheel made, ind we uuarantciw Unit if you buy tnia you will never be worry. Let un semi you a cataloguo or call at our store anl inspect then. RIDER, BRYANT & CO., 259 MAIN STREET, D ANBURY. CONN. i v '',1 "J "if-; ; 1 t I J 11 N 'WTOWN, CONN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1896 EIGHT PAGES. VOMJMK XIX, NUMBER 39. P B IS f :: TI1K SUIT SALE OF THE SEASON! WK II.VrKOV S.U.K '-TY 100 M.KWS SHIS. A I f NKW I)I.SI.;AI!LM M)i.i)S, LV -;sT (TIT AND IIWFMrr FIT T! Vi i VUMMXTS AT fcJt.lti.-,--jriiTti IlKRKTIIKY AUK: ATS7.93. AT S7.98. AT S7 08. AT $7.98 KVEUYTIIlNli r K l n i ft. i 's J y ' " ' Lfciffatr "if IcAwjf L II iillo -elves' BK YOUR OWN JU DUE. ,' i -i I win .-t i ire . x : i ! 1 1 i 1 1 tin in! . 1 1 i t ii lir imii'm !'iihpii ni l lil.'lli , Ou:llil V Mini IVirC Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Window Shades, Oil Cloths and Housefurnishine: Goods. THE J. M. IVES COMPANY. 257 MAIN STREET, A CHANCE FOR BAHRAIN SEEKERS. Call and Examine Cur Goods Before Purchasing Elsewhere. rtnlrt Dmww (iriln Toiibl Tol'l I'bIiI Moimlr HrtlHarillno Onlllitf ItKrinel Hhnm i1 llnnnel Kklrtlnii flannul S-ln. l'Mr;ale lercttl) Kuuinanta Calico So. Cotton Cwpmi White I.nwn HoiniiftiitM Ohec.k Nainsook Mimlln I'urtJiln Scrim, CraMh, (!. 8 1-iC. 21n. 4 l-'ic. Bo l.Vi. I g anil 1(K) S and 4o. Sc. Bo. 2o. yd. 4 120. lilngliaiu 40. up So , 2 1 20 anbury Uiy G-oods Co. 325 Main St., Hoyfs (fc3-Agcnta for Uazaar Glove "How to mns the will it will lang'i with ahuixlimre use Plnmb A Winton Co'b . BONE :: FESTILIZI R Xainr'-t irKl at Brulcapirt Cnnn. QiN ft iff! n) fin WO1' Men's Black Ail Wool Clay Diagonal Sack and Frock Suits, a regular S10 garment. Men's Fast Black and Pure Wool Thibet Suits, all sizes, worth 310. Mali's Black All Wool Unfinished Worsted Suits, an ex tra heavy Suit; the regular S10 kind. Men's Fancy Plaid and Erown Mixed Cassimere Suits, the latest styles; guaranteed to out wear any 310 Suit made, vi-SEE THEM IN OUR NORTH WINDOW. - MM W ' Jk 1.x 11 ' 1 X , 1 A I N STH Ei: I', DAMJURY. SN THE HARDWARE LINE AT DKR15Y, COXX. Do Not D ;i.ena Upon Hearsoy Evidence. As- our DANBURY C OMIilrtwi'H Gauze Vi'm eliiliili'ti's winli-r vt't I.h.H' wlnti'i Mm' IN.ftvy .Mtiino blUrts 2 l-2o. We. 37c. Itio. 2.'K!. TowelinK tc. up 47c. TT. 4ic. Men's KuHponmirs 1U ' Simp-'lHlcr3 I'.ova' WaiHtH TowelB 8l)o. UnZ. up. niankfta Umbrellas Siimmor Cornol.8 Shirtwaists Drasts Shirts 3f)C. 2:ic. lip. JSC np. Outing Wruppi r 75c Suits t low prices. hloek, Danbury, Conn - Fitting Patterns, at 10c each. M. G. KEANE'S MONUMENTAL WOaKS, Bon r atonic Avpnna. Bridgeport VXWXOWI SAVING3 BANK -Newtown, i nti. lncoiioralul PHIl.JCt.AUhK. I'r'-i.ltmt; C. II. NOKTH Ul', Treasurer. IK Uli- tt a- m. In ft v. in.; Mr.ivlftys, 7 U M p. A X 1 S3 rr "i "O O . JL ii bijiltllfiTiiW 1 IT; .rf -GO TO V r; ilack man's New Studio s2jn" foe PHOTOGRAPHS. 1 1 yi mi wh ti t U:- ! tfi nul o! IdWIi p;il 4 Main St.. .j'(;ijU inducements DASEOET, CT. WHITING'S A SPECIAL SALE OF J J 1 j Whllli.G a PAPERS. .' f j 1 1 1 1 ' e k Hi W h it ing's sat in wove or n-fimi laid utKiiiy M'c. i2i Kn velopes i5e. Post Office News Room, KO. 11 P. 0. ARCADE, 1 ii HlMport . Conn. BRIDGEPORT VETERINARY HOSPITAL, 1 Harrison Street and Fairfield Avenue. FOR HORSES AND HOGS! Advice and Treatment !y Mail $1. Tele phone Hi. BR J. BBJZELL, (Graduate). k 20 Years KxDerience. DR R G. AT WOOD, Veterinary Surg-eon & Dentist, Si Kel A LTI rJS : (Jti.?itratinK, SnuviriK. lontiBlrv, Iameness ami :ui ln.scases t( Iho i?ett. CCice and Veterinary Hospital, Minor- town, Coun. I'.uil V. Siiiiderlaiul, M. D., l-'rjTician and Sargoon, lilicc 2 Main si , Danbury, Conn, U".-Hlenee, 1 Kim Si. Hours ' I'ntil it a. in. ; 2 to 4 p. m. and 7 to ( . in. UD-Ltiavo orders at Grand Central .irotp.l. EDWAUDS M.SMITH, M.JD. PHYSICIAN AND 8UHGEON. Ofiioe and Residence- BeirtoTn Strtet Xelephone Connoetioa, DU JAMES W. GORDON, Wysician and burgeon, SANDY HOOK, CONN Keaumnce at Airs f. tnllalian's house, op polite the old mill. Telephone call S. 0, liuii'soru btore. K1C1IAKDSON, M. I. PHYSICIAN ASD SDEGEON, Otfioe and Residence. Sand; Hook. Telephone Connection at Bull's Drug Store JDK It. S. TOID, Veterinary Surgeon, New Aliliord.Conn Will be at Leonard's Hotel, Tuesday mornings until further notice, and at Hull's Drug Store in alternoon. CELESX A. EEHEDICT, M. D., fhysieiaa and Surgeon, 848 State St Bridgecert. Eipo'ricitf on of the thertpentia ;nti. Of. 9 eourifrcitn 10 a. ra. to 13 sa. a to v. a. DRA.C.PECKT 33 353 1ST TIST, itoom a, una f ollows isiock. WATKRHUKY. CONN. Do You Want to Build -v.'.J If so wcwill makf. 1 ho detiipi, plans spef i lif at ions lor you, ami buifit tlu- llOll Mllip in yfMul rttl, iimlcrial antl workman VVi- will also n liati a loan, or any v iiiorK-y or Hit? builiUn or it, it re JnrjuiMMit our r ilias, or write for turtbfr in loruiHtion. 36 1 MAIN ST- NEAR JOHN ST. oillc.o oixiii ronday atirt Satunlay evenings. KIUDGEI'OUT, CONN. A. 6. BAKER'S AD Wo liiivcjusi, taken the agen vy for tl.osale of the DOLL PI ANO. The manufacture of these pi nos wa licu'un in 1S71. "he (inaiiiv ol tiic uistruinent nas been steadily improved year by vear, until the manufacturer is now r- ady to warrant them in every pa rl icular. ( h er 000 hands are now be ing employed by the manufac turers to keep the supply up to the demand. AVe are dealers in Furniture iml do not claim to be judges ot pianos but we have such a strong guarantee from the maker, and mve received sucn ilattcnnc re- ommendations from those who lave used Uie instruments that we are willing to stake our repu- ation on them, and will stand y and guarantee in every par ticular all sales made. We can handle pianos at this point in connection with our fur niture business with practically no additional expense, and can .refore give the very bottom ores. Now if you are in want of a )iano, we shall be very much (leased lo nave you call and ex- iinme some ol these instru ments at our warehouse in Ilaw- eyville. A. G. BAKER, Ihiwk'yville, Conn. Furniture, Carpets tt Matting. .-Si- POKTBAIT PHOTOGRAPHER, IiivH inst, received new and elegant back- grounds and accessories from new designs especially anapieo. w me iaieau suyiu ui lurca. Ail woi'K oi uie niguuoi. gtco ui cellence. 244 M ins ST., Jje-ltB , THE ALBANY DENTISTS, 388 MAIN STREET, fOpp. Cannon St., Bridgeport PAINLESS DENTISTRY AT MODERATE PRICES. FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, INVESTMENTS. -Jastnow I have a sale 7 per cent invest ment, ior a umiieu amount. B. H. MATT00N, Pytbian Ball, Watartovn, Conn Telephone. -FIRE INSURANCE Old Eeliable Companies. Loveit Sates. W. A. LEONARD. Newtown, Coan FAIECHILD & MEAD, General Insuranee And Seal Estate Agents, 61 FAIRFIELD AVENUE. BRIDGEPORT, COM Warner Building, Koom 2. CHABLES JONAS, MERCHANT TAILOR, Church St., Newtown Conn. COUOHJLIN BROS. Bridg-eport. DEALERS IH FI5E GOLD WALL PAPERS, UIL TIST3, FEES00 E0EDEES, EEC0EA TI0HS, WISD0V SHADES, FIXTUEES, ETC. A. W. Orgelman, 8Mdyo Muntfieturer and dsI ia Harstii, Pddln BridlM iCallars, Blanksta, eta. SUCH CARPETS As w' have been buying ior Fall and Winter Trade have never be lore been seen ! -his part of Fair Held e unty. We don't believe the carpet, makers! vrr turned out bet ter oo Im or more handsmn" de signs nnd (!. rins Tln-y are m a poet'.- dreum and as substantial as h New York brewer's toot. The p- ieew. Ian, are somet lihiij to won der at . .They are very ren-onabl , cheaper than we expected t hem ti bt; when we, hraii to Wvih over 11 e market Our c rpi t mi-ui is the ti"est and li;;lit'si in the county, ami we've loom to slu.r.v you all Ibn -t n- , an. I time en.'-uuii to ,1.. ' -te . ;ir j". ' "e D H K AJ. IIou.se 133 Til ML WE WANT T KN" W WHAT YOU WANT In the Jewelry Line. Come and see us wbe.i in ton, whether you wisli t.i nim ua-c or not. Our stock i-always bri -hi tm.l new and our prices low. a w v ti? run i n SON, Seilei-s ot Advanced styles in Fine Jewelry at. l'oinlar Prices. (KSTA m.isii , i 1S( 5. 357 Main Si i cm -i , l!riil -port . aper5 n ' liiive jus! (int-nci! our n w htin'-k ol Sprint? V n 1 ) I'ujxts it coimn inc all ol the latest 'yl(-H fn . ;.'iu n s ; nUn tll It tiW COl(f3 111 li 1 j tl II! Uf, (jrci'i) h ml Jirovs-ns. ( ti .(-k ol h j lfail, Oils, Miwii I':tints, Viirnif-h-.-, Glass ami Hiushrs, t-tc-.is tlic. in-ai uji1 prict h are the lowest.. W. W. WALKER & SON, 500 Yeiu Street Brideeport. Cnttn DENTIST, ( :.rner Main and West Sts., D ANBURY- What ! My Roof Got Holes In It? Well ii it has it has not. leaked in six weeks and when it rains I will have San ford of Haw. leyville put on a Steel Hoof, they say that won't leak. uu am n fflfi flffi Odd and Ends Enough for it Koom at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. THE COLE & ELLIS CO., 390 Main Street, Bridgeport, Ct. Surreys, Traps. Phaetons, Runahouts, Concords, Spindles, Farm Wagons, Open and Top Business Wagons, Harness 01 every description, Horse Boots, Horse Clothing, Whips and all kinds of Stable Tools, Hearses, Coaches, Coupes, Sin gle and Double light livery. Special attention given to transients. Pleasant waiting room for Ladies PECK Ss LINES' 157 to 181 Middle St-, BURR KNAPP, Bankers and Brokers, 363 Main Street, - - - BONDS, STOCKS, MORTGAGES STEAMSHIP AND RAILROAD TICKETS Paying 5, 5 1-2, 6, 7, 7 1-2 and 8 per cent. Deposits received subject to draft aacl latent paid on same. Securities bought and sold on commission. Foreign bills of exfange n ular Draits and Bank Money Orders available in all parts oi Kurope. g. W. MAKSH, OKANGB JSEKWIS, BRIDGEPORT SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE VAULTS. Sate Deposit Boxes rented at reasonable rates. Private Rooms lor examining papers Steel Vaults . Time Lock, Watchman larsll Merwin & SO- Main St.. Hridgaport, Conn TAKE NOTICE! A regular flrst-elass dinner served for 25c Electric fans. Good service guaranteed. Give us a call. C- R- BLANC HARD, 81 FAIKFIELD AVE., BRIDGEPORT. Next Door to Park City Theatre Just right tor larm work, Single or Doube Light and Heavy, and everything cheap lot CASH. WILSON & W00STES, 391 Water St. Bridtrpwrt Ci NEWTOWN'S CENTRAL MARKET, J. H. BLACSMAN, Proprietor. Native Beet. - Newtown Street - NEW HAVEN. V. M. bltOW.N. U. a. GAMBLli. R M. BROWN & CO. We" s 3 ipt V z. '"In. tsr. '?r.v v eV .V..-.1 -..A f -s , f o -n WW P.O? a.. 3 V- O 4 e; - '. .: ? v. o our enins: of fall mery, raps eic. i v. "tfc'.'r. ,0 .v r if (D to t -c v O IT r 5 Z ' Sept. 30th fY A. i st f K 7'. 1 BridgeDort Conn - - Bsi f rort. Conn AND DEBENTURES. INSURANCE Banking and Biokeiage, Choice Investments, MortgaKes on Brid'ie'por Real Estate Interest Allowe '. on Deposits Lommon, rp WITH OR WITHOUT I'LATES. Platesiithat lit well, look well, are easv to wear and that you can eat with as easily as with natural ones. Crowns and BridtreB that enhance the beauty ot the mouth, and thatare strong ana auraoie, warranted rj-a uom, ai hall usual pvicea. All operations painless Dy our new painless process. BOSTON DENTAL CO., 11A1S 81'., ISUUlUKl'UliT. BRE.S. WARNES, DRC M. PENNY, MANAGER. ASSOCJATli. DAVfiHlrijar ft 0 HAKA, Attorney! mod Coan . Bailors at Lv Sttta iirsati Bndgeport.Cocn Local Affairs THE BEE BUZZ TUB LIONS OK DANIiF.K AND IJIUiAI) WHICH WE SAW IN OlR PATHWAY WKllK THE MK.UE IMAdHS OK OUR OWN WEA KNESS. "My pons,"' said an old man on his death bed, "1 have had ?. great deal of trouble in my life, hut mo?t of it never happened.'' How many of us who hair arrived at the pft i' d of middle life can not look ba"k through many experience? and make the -ax.e c mfos-sion ': " e tiuvo met v.i'b grfat d.lbeuitief : we have had our troubles; we have felt our weakness v hen we came upon ob stacles in our way ; we have been puz.lid nnd p"rp!ex. d as to what was b:8t;we have sull'red from many doubt? and fetrs when fjuestions of right and wrong have exacted our decision : we have been involved in tho evils which other.' have done acd struggled to free otr se! ves ; we have been disappointed and felt, for the time being, that all was lost ; we have come to many new experiences with fear and trembling; Dut in all these things how often it has proved true that when we have arrived at the plee where the trouble was supposed to be, it was not there, and indeed it was not any where except in us ! The lions of danger which we saw in our pathway were the mere images of our woakr.es?, or fear, or want of faith in bud, or jack of knowledge; or if they were in any ca-e lions of real d llk-uity and evil to u-. when they reached us they were securely chained and could not harm us ! ' . ( Wright. Miss M. K. S:aitu has leturned from a vacation p.i-sed at Hoi yoke, Mass . and other places. K'-vMr Hruw;, of Bridgeport was ct -teUuined over Sunday by I. an g m Lake and family. Th.-unts I.awb r. section foreman on Division Xi. u, i n the Shepar.g, well known .i; the Ib-thel brunch, has the work on his section well along for th; seaOii. This sreiicn of track was m it in better condition thnn now. At t J;osc's church on h.ujday the marriage bans were published of Miss Kose Elrua Stuart and Henry I.euri. Miss Stuart is a daughter of .Joseph Stuart and Mr I.euri is a resident of Dan bury. C. Jl. Uedding brings another car of all kinds of young cattle to Newtown on Monday, October 12. One of the neatest and prettiest monu ments in the cemetery has juat been erected by Charles. J. Hughe? of the Stratford granite work, Bridgeport. It is of sarcophagus style, built from the celebrated Ilarre granite and stands on the loc belonging to Hosea B. Xorth rop. Id consists of a solid bottom base, on which stands a polished piintb, bearing on one side the name, Northrop, in large raided letter?. On this rests a polished ornamented die, having in scribed on it the names of Mr Northrop and his wife in raised letters, and the dates of thrir birth. The whole is sur mount' ii by a cap of pretty design. The woik i- fi'iished in the usual good style which tie .Stratford concern has the tej u'at ie.i of furnishing and is a credit to '.lieu-selves arid a credit to the cem etery. Henry Moore was quite badly scratched up in a bicycle race at Berlin, last week. He ran over two bicyclists who had collided. T.eyy Brothers' beys and children's suit department is full of new things at very low figures. Levy Brothers" hat and cap depart ment the largest, the best, the cheapest. The Shropshire h..-ep on Dr De Ver Warner's Grasmere farm at Fairfield, blooded stock, are being closed out, and the f ale is advertised in the want column this week. The democratic electors of Newtown meet in caucus at the Town Hall, on Saturday evening, October 3, to place in nomination a candidate for judge of pro bate, to nominate town officers, to place in nomination nine candidates for justice of the peace and do other proper busi ness. Miss Belle Wilson has been sick four week3 with bilious intermittent fever. Henri Bourquenez has bought the D. Davis place near Botsford depot, and took possession on October 1st. He will continue watch and clock repairing as usual. Give him a call. Rev Charles Judd, an assistant min ister in St Andrew's ohurch at Stamford, preached at Trinity church on Sunday morning. F. F. Johnson assisted him in the evening service. The Congregational pulpit was again occupied on Sunday by Rev Mr Brown of Bridgeport. Next Sun3ay Rev Joseph James of Rockvllle will be the preacher. Mr and Mrs John M. Otis and daugh rer passed Sunday with Mr and Mrs M. S. Otis. M. S. Rodgers has been chosen as a delegate from the Congregational Sun day school to the State Sunday School convention at Hartford, October C 8. Special attention is called to the mill inery opening of trimmed hats at W. E Ualligan's, commencing Monday, Sep tember 2S h. Ladies "who attend will have an opportunity of viewing some of the most exclusive styles and the most i elegant of materials. The exhibition will consist of both imported and domes tic patterns. Ail ladies are cordially in vited. SHIL0H- A L1NF. FROM THE POET OF SHILOH. This is the year and fall when politic ians have it "n!p and tuck." The silver advocate il jors the gold man and the gold man floors, the Silverman. But The Bee keeps oh the ven "tenor of its way" without reg trd to the squabbles of demo crats, republicans or popocrats. There seems to be a current of feeling to "trust in God and keep your powder dry. The "Boy Orator"' is more anxious than we are about his election, and McKinlev feels assured that he will succeed the success ful President Cltveiand. Well, let the political pot boil, who cares, unless the Victuals are spoiled r The last thunder storm knocked poli tics -higher than a kite." over here, and Mrs -John Donlan forgot for a time all about the late controversy In Gray's Plain. The house was filled with smoke and smelt of that suipbur that we may smell in the next world unless we "vote right." We miss the ecstatic songs of the robin and all the summer birds that gave us their love songs so early in the morning. Now comes .'ack Frost with his nipping wings and cuts down the teDdcr llowers and reminds us that we must seek winter iu rter.. The e-' t . ;i:p unin'urei -t;d vr -hjuM t; .ef u". the Heaven ly Father. iiie t i.ti fringed ye:.ti'n.the g-M(ie;i rod the n -dy rijwers "linger in the lap ot summer." and the thousand different asters beautifying our fields and roadways. There i always something in Nature to cause us to worship the great creator, the "naked woods'" is beautiful, the glistening star-, the round earth, "and ail that dwell therein." Speaking of roadways, and dropping from fancy to facts, we wish to say a word in praise of the excellent work that John Kane ha- doib this season upon :hem. Th. r.ew road to Botsford, from F.llen Sherman's is better this season than a macadam ro-id. The removal of the bad boulder- and the general work is mo-t satisfactory to . very one who trav els this entrancing drive through the woods. You will oi:. ti start a partridge to whirring through the woods or see a gray squirrel cutting across the road. A fox now hisd then, is seen, perhaps "first cousin" to the i .vo grays the sure shot of the oid hunter who killed two last Sunday in Half Way Kiver. The hounds invitation was irresistable. Ap ple; are getting to be a nuisance, like the Texas lly. but cattle don't think so. ,G. W. B. At the democratic caucus, last Thurs day evening, to nontinate delegates to the senatorial and congressional conven tions, Charles H, Northrop was chair man acd M. .1. Brsdky secretary. These delegates were chosen : W. H. Glover, M. J. Bradley, M. F. Houlihan, Thomas Liliis; senatorial, John J. Northrop, George W. Bradley. Aaron Sanford. A fast freight on the Berkshire divi sion was wrecked at North Kent about I o'clock. Saturday reining. The train was bound north, ar.u was moving at a fast rate when one i f the cars left the track, taking with ;: five others. All six ear we;c loaded. The cars were badiy damaged, but none of the train hands were injured. All the trains were several hours late on Saturday in conse quence of the wreck. Fred B. town. Hubbell passed Sunday in Miss Ella L. Beers of Bridgeport has been visiting relatives in town, this week. John M. Otis and Charles J. Norton of Bridgeport tried conclusions at whist with Charles II. Northrop and Landlord W. A. Leonard. l&t Saturday. The Bridgeport players wns victorious, the score standing to tl ia their favor at the close of the games. Landlord Leonard of Dick's hotel pass ed Monday in New York. Mrs Asa N. Hawley has entertained her sister from New Jersey. D. G. Beer3 and daughter, Miss He!en( passed Sunday as the guest of Miss J. E. Shepard of Holyoke, Mass., recently- j Mrs Arthur D. Fairchild visited 1-cr mother, Mrs Sarah n. Smith, at Bridge port, last week. A. B. Fanchcr and family, who have been spending a month at. the seashore, returned home, on Saturday la;t. Warner, Taylor & Curtis report an ex cellent trade on their teas and coffees. Their stock is always the best, and they say they aim to go as low as consistent with good goods. Fred L. Cuttis of Passaic, N. J., is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs L. L. Curtis of Curtis Hill, this week. Frank Coger has a poiition in Wash ington. Buroa Sherman U spending a few days with his daughter, Mrs Eli Beers, in Palestine. Hobart Fairchild is one of the carpen ters, employed by Jesse James in re modeling the place formally owned by Henry Fairchild. t Miss Lucy Hook is at the present time with Miss Marcia Taylor. Miss Taylor is undecided where she will make her fufura-home, having always been at home, and now is in poor health. It seems hard for her to leave her old home.