CLOTECHTG- HOUSE !
Why spend your time locking all over town for a Fall Over
coat, when you can come direct to our store and see hundreds of
them, in all prices, lengths and shades; lasting or silk lined, more
than all the rest in town have together, and at very low prices.
Large stock of extra sizes, 44 to 50 breast.
HUB CLOTHING HOUSE,
311 Main Cor. State Streets, Bridgeport, Ct.
EDGAR F. HAWLEY'S.
WHITE LOAF FLOUR!!
CAMEL'S HAIR UNDERWEAR!
Look at it '
MEN'S GENUINE OIL TANNED BUCK GLOVES!
IF YOU MUST
A new Cooking Slo e or Uaii-c (his year, wo liavc
lliein. V(,' arc x'llinir tjiiii c a mini her each week.
It is a liltle early yef hut they seem to lie moving.
There must lie sonic secret ahout it. Wouldn't lie
surpriei if it v;is price that sells them. AVc would
like to name price to you if you are in the market for
a stove and see what you think ahout it.
Our Heater business this fall looks promising
and if you intend to put one in yon can never do it
cheaper ihan now. We would like to submit, figures
to you. And if you will drop us a card we will call
and give you free ol charge such advice as you may
need. We will promise not to talk you to death ev
en if you do not com hide to hare one (his year.
11 H. BEERS & CO,
WE ARE LEADERS IN THE
When Men's 50c and $1 goods in Camel's Hair and
Natural Wool are selling for 39c and 75c a garments,
it wouia do ioonan to lose tnecnance or tne season
Beautiful Line of Outing Flannels,
Warm goods for house
Deat tnemior .Ladies
Chileren's wear, etc
oc and lUc per yard.
Men's Heavy Shirts, 45c,
Fancy striped and checked working shirts, that a year
ago would have been cheap at 75c. We have all num
bers, and for the price, 45c each, are the best shirt we
have ever seen for bo little money.
Of Course You Want Gloves
Well we know of no better place to get your wants
filled than here. Prices the lowest. Styles the best
and superior fit and workmanship,
33. KC. BEEES 5c CO.,
ORDERED MILLINERY !
From new Novelties received every day. A choice from all the
new and accepted styles.
"W". IS. 3EI,I-,ia-JNr.',
396 MAIN ST., ERIDQEPORT, CONN.
Flour in the worlc
ircad. Try il and
c arc sc
inn- at car load
liarrel licforc it wov,
It's a hustler
;a'uis in same
y cvcrvlioilv ;it
( i lo cs in tow II.
cvcrvlioilv ;it i ic. liesl
wear. There's nothing will
Wrappers, Skirts, Night Gowns,
Fancy stripes and checks, at 6c
TKE NEWTOWN BEE.
FRIDAY. OOT. 33, 186.
; I HOI ' 3 ' VI1 (O f'! .
lANUABy : 1SS9...- BIO
(.AST WBB. MOO
Kepubliraii.s Nominate Attorney
Fois the office of .iliixjk of probate.
LARGEST KKl'tliLICAN CAUCUS IN FIFTY
'J'he republican caucus to nominate a
candidate forjudge of probate was held
on Monday night. It was called for the
Brick building, but the attendance was
so large an adjournment was made to the
Town hall. Veteran republicans who
cast their first vote for John C. Fremont
declared it to tk the largest republican
caucus in their memory. E. I,. Johnson
was the chairman of the meeting
An informal ballot for judge
of probate resulted as follows:
l)r E M. Smith, :s
William J. Iteucher, 77
On a motion by M.C. Hawley the vote
was made formal and unanimous. Chair
man Johnson appointed Sheriff Kodgers
to notify the candidate of his nomination
and to escort him to the hall. Mr Beech
er soon appeared and was received with
applause. He thanked the convention
for the honor, and pledged his word, in
case of election, to conduct the business
of the f.liice fairly, and in a manner to
satisfy all parties, irrespective of party
tics, creed, or nationality. He was ap
plauded throughout hi3 remarks, and
concluded by thanking them for the
hnnor, coming as he said from so repre
setitativc a body of men.
FALL IS HEfiE.
Autumn winds blow with force against
the uiau who is still wearing his summer
suit. There is pneumonia and sickness
in autumn's chilly breath. Guard against
sickness bv putting on heavier clothing
inside and out. The big store of Meigs
it Co., at Main and Bank streets Bridge
port, is full of everything in the way of
cold resisting clothes for men and boys.
The latest in advanced and conservative
styles in overcoats and suits; the best in
uuul'""" ilJIU u":ry auu Kiovea ana
fhitts and hats and at prices smaller than
you would expect to pay for good goods
Kverj thing is ready at the big store, and
the buying has begun in earnest
Wouldn't it be wise for you to see what
is there, before the sizes begin to run out,
and the best things are taken? It would
Miss Viola Waldron and Miss Nettie
Benedict have spent several days visiting
with friends in Sheldon, I. I.
Monroe Hawkins of Danbury washer
during fair week enjoying his favorit
r MV " "'c wim
.ies.se i-eci!, mceeedea in batririns' nt
Burton Sherman of Walker's Farm ha-'
i i ..
oeen me guest, or ms sister, Mrs John
sittilson, tor a week
Mr and Mrs William Patchen of Water
bury have visited with relatives in thi -place.
Ralph Benedict has entertained his sis
ters, Mrs Clara Stebbins of Bethel and
Mrs Hannah Griflin of Bristol.
NATIONAL DEMOCBATS HOMINATE W. J
BEFCHEE FOE JUDGE OF PEOBATE.
A caucus of the national democrats of
Newtown was held on Tuesday night at
the residence of Charles Henry Peck. Se
lectman W. H. Hubbell was chairman of
the convention and Reuben B. Terrill sec
retary. Attorney William J. Beecher
was unanimously nominated forjudge of
A SENSATIOI IN BEIDGEPOET.
The large and varied assortment of
trimmed and untrimmed hats and bonnets
that are daily causing such a sensation
among the ladies of Bridgeport at the
cheapness of the present time. It is all
on account of the most exquisite designs
ana finest grades and qualities in fall and
winter millinery. The line includes all
the latest shapes and styles at prices
that are the lowest that have ever been
charged for the same grade of goods at
II. L. Harty's, fine millinery and veil
ing, 401 Main street.
DODGINGTOWN AND VICINITY.
Mr and Mrs John Wood and son of
Bethel have been the guests of Mrs
Mrs James P. Barnum has been enter
taining friends from New York.
The democrats iiave appointed a con
vention to nominate representatives, for
Wednesday evening, the 28th, at the
lown hall. After the nominations Hn
Ralph M. Jacoby of New York has been
secured to address the meeting on the
issues or tne campaign.
Miss Grace L. Peck spent a few davs
wun rriends at home, last week.
Dr and Mrs Charles H. Peck and J. P
Miner of New York were guests at Elm
shade over Sunday.
George W. Northrop of Palestine, who
raises superior (jnester White pigs, has
lust som hoars of this strain to C. E
Beers of Brookflela and George P. Bid
well of Shelton. Mr Northrop advertis
es his famous hoars of this strain, Sir
Juna and Duke of Seneca.
Mrs J abez Mead of Bridgeport has been
visiting friends in Tannton district.
Comfort and happiness are what we are
all looking for. We must have good fit
ting clothing or we fail of onr anticipa
tions. Davis & Savard of Bridgvt
have a large variety of goods. In the
line of stout garments thpy have shirts
and drawers that will fit large propor-
tioned men. Every portly man will ap
preciate this for it has been an annoyance
be obliged to turn up surplus length of
Bleeves and drawers, and to be obliged to
put up with ill-fitting goods. The "up
to date store" can fit you even if you re
quire 50 inch waist measure.
In Grange Circles.
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE FAIRFIELD
A special meeting of the Fairfield Coun
ty Pomona, No. 9, will be held in the
Towi hail, Newtown, 011 Weduesday,
October 28. At 11 a. rn. the fifth degree
will be conferred at the mornirjg?ession.
Ref eshments will be served at noou on
the basket picnic plan, to which all are
invited to contribute. The lecturer's
hour will be in the afternoon at 2 o'clock
A large class is expected to-take the fifth
degiee and an interesting lecturer's pro-
gram is promised. All patrons wishing
Uo take the fifth degree are requested to
send in their names to the secretary. Ten
names from Newtowu have been prom
POOTATL'CK GKANGEKS TO VISIT TKL'M-
The members of Pootatuck Grange
will visit Trumbull Friday evening, No
vember G, to furnish program. A large
delegation is desired
I HOLD THT HAND.
Isa. 41 :i:l.
I hold thy hand, my child,
When thuu the cross dost bear,
When winds are, fierce, and storms are wild
I'm surely with thee there.
These will not always last;
Tim storm will pass awav;
The skies, so thickly overcast.
Will brlghmn as the day.
The blessed Lord lias said,
Weeping is for a night,
But In the morning joy instead
To give thee rest and light.
Be patient, child, let hope be bright,
Let storms and tempests play;
As darkness shows you worlds ol light
You never saw by day.
Then taint not by the way,
Though angry billows roar;
They'll bear you safe to realms ol day,
To Caanan's happy shore.
- Sarah H. Smith, Bridgeport.
McKIKLEY AND HOSAET,
Large size portraits of the candidates
can be bought for 15 cents, or two for 25
cents at Xorthrop's, G3 Fairfield avenue,
Bridgeport. lie has several second hand
violins for low prices; also banjos, man
dolin?, guitars, harmonicas, etc. He is
selling framed or unframed pictures for
very low prices, and makes frames to or
der of any style desired. He is head,
quarters for sheet music, folios and in
structing books, carries an assortment of
band and orchestra music and will order
tor you anything not in stock. He is
! dosing out baseball good for low pri-
ces. l ou can buy mits, masks and balls
for ycur own price. Give him a call
when you visit Bridgeport and you will
find lots of things that you want.
TEN-CENT SOPPEE THIS EVENING.
I J he ladies of the Congregational
church will hold a ten-cent supper this
j (Friday) evening from G to 8 o'clock in
! "he lower room of the church. These oc
casions always prove attractive as social
Z llmnn St. IVelr nf YortAn. .... v.
guest of F. W. Wheeler of Monroe. for
j i...,. ,
PUIUL' U?lVO. WPCff OQtTinrv fn. l-lo..-
ford on Monday. Mr Peck has traveled
! about a good deal this fall and will soon
il.,, r. . , . . , . . I
j -Newtown ic-r Luicoi, Tenn., where
he will spend the winter with two of his
David C. Peck has returned to Np,.
town tur the winter from Lake Placid,
N.i. His family arrive in town tri-(iHv.
Claud li. Blackman of Hawlevville is
to enter a dental college at Philadnlnhiu
Many political ppeakers, clergymen.
singers and others who use the yoice
excessively, rely upon One Minute
Cough Cure to prevent huskiness and
laryngitis. Its value as a preventative
is only equalled by its power to afford
instantaneous relief. E. F. Hawley, New-
town; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A. B
.uuu, Dutuum; a. naw-y & Vo.,
Our 2 50 boys' reefers cannot be beat
en. I hey are matchless. Levy Broth.
Tetter, eczema and all Bimiin, otirl
troubles are cured by the use of De Witt's
vv itch Hazel Salve. It soothes at once,
and restores the tissues to their natural
tuuuniuit, aira never rails to cure piles,
E. F Hawley, Newtown; S. C. Bull,
oanay hook; a. B. Blakeman, Bots-
torn ; is. Hawley & Co., Stepney.
TU id. 11 Li 1 . . I
xiiuse fiu oiacu overcoat and ulsters
are unexcelled and an examination will
uui BinreLueui. ll,evy urotners'. 1
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is an anti-
fipnfin anntKtni rJ I 1 : .. 1 -
fo h rZ ; z ri , " ,? : r "r
i ' , , ' "u'oco BUU
cures piles like magic. It Instantly stops
pain. Ji,. f. Hawley, Newtown; S. C
Bull, bandy Hook; A. B. Blakeman,
liotTord ; B. Hawley & Co., Stepney
Want a good pair of gloves?
Levy Brothers' at Dsnbury.
Many lives of usefulness have been
cut short by neglect to break up an or
dinary cold. Pneumonia, bronchitis and
even consumpt'on can be averted by the
prompt use of One Minute Cough Cure
tT" J in it. i
uKar r. nawjey, jNewtown: S. C.
ami, bandy Hook; A. B. Blakeman.
outsiura ; ts. nawiey Gc uo., Stepney, I
II . . ." .- - IT
See Levy Brothers' 25o white and erev
erino unrlerwr. K
Speed and safety are the watchwords
of the age. One Minute Cough Cure
acts speedily, safely and never fails.
Asthma, bronchitis, coughs and colds
are cured by it. E. F. Hawley, New
town ; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A. B
Blakeman, Botsford ; B. Hawlev & Co.
RICH RED BLOOD is the foun
dation of srood health. That
Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True
Blood PiuiQer, gives HEALTH.
Fairfield County News.
THE ADJOURNED TOWN MEETING!."
At the adj mrned annual town meeting
held on Saturday the business was com
pleted which might have been done at
the first meeting. Why is it that in so
small a town as this it is necessary to
meet twice, while larger towns do all
their business the first day? As usual
therewere only about 20 present who rep
resent but a small part of the voters, yet
did business in which all were interested,
and if not satisfactory then a special
must he called in order to undo the busi
ness done by the faithful few who per
haps were interested in some scheme for
working roads rr similar work. The
school report was read and accepted. Its
chief feature consisted in.advisiDg giving
the school board the power to hire all
the teachers in town subject to the con.
sent of the several district committees
and calling the attention of the voters to
the chief features of "Town Manage
ment" of the schools, hoping they will in
form themselves of its advantages so
that it may lead to its early adoption.
The same amount was, appropriated as
last year $2313, with $ tO.additional to be
under the control of the school board to
be used in the case of any district who
with proper management should fall
short of funds in completing the 36 weeks
of school. A tax of 10 mills was laid.
The roads are to be worked by the day
subject to the control of the selectmen.
The selectmen were empowered to notify
all land owaers whose land adjoins the
roads that their fences must be mowed
and kept clean. This law cannot be en
forced unless the town votes to have it
Komie Bannon, who has been the
young miller at the Iron Work3 bo long,
has returned to his home. The proprie
tor, Mr McNamara, is now attending to
Mr and Mrs George Potter have been
entertained by Mr and Mrs Charles
Mr and Mrs Sanford of Bridgeport have
been guests of Mrs Susan Gorham.
Newell Briggs of Pennsylvania has
visited his sister, Mrs Sarah Clark.
William Koe was a gate tender at the
Mrs Augustus Paul has returned after
a visit of a few weeks with her parents,
at her home in Sharon Valley.
Mrs Thompson and her son have visit
ed relatives in Danbury.
Milo Morgan has been with Ezra
Thompson's family for a number of
Alva Roe, brother of W. B. Koe, now
in the West, is very sick. Recovery seems
Miss Henrietta Ruggles, who is tak
ing a much needed vacation of a year,
wm Bnend the winter in California, start
Uz about November 1.
There are but few homes in town whose
grounds show off to good advantage as
that of S. B. Terrill. The yard is large
and shaded with a line prospect in every
direction. This was all hidden by a fence
and hedge, which being removed, open3
up its Pleasant points.
Samuel Banks and children of TirirW.
port spent Sunday with Samuel Sherman.
Owing to a social event which will in
I ninrio man? momh n .u.
.v- ...miv iui-iuwt i o ji wjc UlttXiER Lilt:
reu'ar meeting will be postponed until
MoncJflv evening, October 2G.
j Mrs Augustus Paul of Sharon has
visited her uarcnts. Mr and Mrs K. v
Noble Foster of Staten Island and
brother, Henry Foster of New Haven
i i v u . , '
j , . uavc ucCU at l Lie uiu uumcsieau
alrs tel'a "vouhoupt has spent a time
Pleasanciy witn rriends at Gaylords-
Miss Bertha Hatch, teacher in District
No. 7, board with M'S William Hamlin
The Misses Foster have in their em
ploy, Miss Hattie Durling, from New
staying at Ezra
Theodore Howes for a few weeks past
has been doing carpenter work for Jesse
James in Botsford
The farm occupied by the late Jona
than Montrose was bid og at auction by
his son, Edward Montrose, who will
maKe improvements upon it and make it
lucure nome ror himself and family.
Ezra Thompson has some of the finest
buckwheat in this section and a quantitj
HOYDEN S HILL AND ViClNITT.
Mrs Anderson of Wesf.nort h h0n at
her father's, Charles Johnson's, for about
Miss Minnie Lewis attended the teach-
!' "ST a I , ' fc
and spent a day or so at her home in
Monrce- Mi9s attend
ed the convention
L. A. Jennings has a new two-seated
carriage; also a new horse.
Mrs Jennings has visited at Mrs Whit-
taker's at Greenfield Hill and at Mrs
Hopkins', and is now at Martin Jen
&Thcmas Astle sells milk to S. Weisner,
JS. B. Sherwood's new barn is nearly
the plains and vicinity
Rev Dr Riker has been guest on the
- .1 " 1 . . .
u'i several aays tne past weeK.
1 riaay last one or tne most en ovabie
80eIi2ble80f,t? - 8easSa wa8 helA 2 the
residence of Ohver Perry at the Forge.
Miss vesta Fanton was a recent visitor
at her aunt's, Mrs A. B. Bartram'?, at
Hoyt & McCullon have disposed of
tneir 4UW pounds of tobacco to New York
- Kufus Beers of the Glen, who was
stricken with paralysis some two months
past, does not regain his health.
Mrs Mary Banks has enjoyed a week's
visit from her cousin, Mrs M. Smith of
Mrs Oliver Perry and daughter, Miss
Florence, of the Forge, were recent guests
of Mrs M. A. Merwin.
The old fashioned cider press versus
the new f angled hydraulic one : Recently
the writer made a call at Piatt Keeler's,
the veteran miller of the Glen, and wit- i
nessed the process that 24 measured
bushel of apples went through- ere they
oecome sweet citler. im fru t was nlc.
ed in a hopper of wo(d. The only Iron
was tne teeth that came in contact with
the apple. Thus in the process of grind
...p, uu uk-wiui);iuu iiuui uuu occurred.
When the mass was reduced to a pulp it
was placed iu a wooden press. First a
layer of fresh straw, then pulp and so on
till all was in the press. Then a cover
was placed on it and screws turned by
two men. The net return from those 24
bush.ds of apples was thai; two 46 gallon
barrels were filled brim full and eight ad
ditional gallon were placed at disposal
of the writer. Thus it does appear that,
a good old wood press can produce, as
much cider from apples as any new fang,
THE DEERFIELD DISTRICT.
Mrs liufus B. Jennings of Congress
f-treet has visited her daughter, Mrs
Miss Edith M Bradley was the guest
for several days, last week, at her cous
in's, Miss Bessie A.chibald's, at Green
Miss Millie Jennings attended the con
vention at New Haven on Friday.
Charles Nichols has bought several
cords of wood of Alexander Allen, Mr
Arnold doing the carting.
Mrs Frank Tripp and daughter of
Greenfield have vuited Mrs T. B. Brad
ley. The much needed repair? at the four
corners near Mr Kajmond's have at last
A. H. Pease has had carpenter work
done by Mr Kirby.
Miss Inez Hull returned to her duties
in Northfield., Mass., last Friday.
A number from this place attended a
dance at the residence of Joseph Jacobs,
last Thursday evening.
William Van Nes is painting the 11 g
Mrs W. H . Lockwood is in town.
A number from this place attended the
the republican rally in Fairfield, Monday
Miss A. M. Wakeman led the Y. I'. S.
E. meeting, Sunday evening.
Prayer meeting as usual, Friday even
ing, at 7.30. Subject, "Daily use of the
A special service was held as Safe Guard
chapel, Monday evening.
Selectman S. C. Bradley will start for
Ohio on the evening of October 2d, to at
tend the trial of the Eastern field club.
AT CENTER STREET.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Metho
dist church will hold a meeting in the
hall, Wednesday afternoon, October 2s.
A full attendance i, desired as the annu
al election of ollieers will take place.
Mr and Mrs Joseph Hiil were members
of a family party who enjoyed an excur
sion to New York by steamer from
Bridgeport on Saturday, the 17th.
Mr M. J. G uild and son are visiting
relatives in Sport Hill and Tashua.
Mrs Helen O -borne is spending a few
weeks with her s'ster, Mrs Anderson, of
Mrs E. KVlly has visited her daughter.
Miss Jennie Kelly, of Green's Farms.
Mrs W. B. Williams gave a ." o'clock
tea to a party of neighbors and friends
AT THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
The people of the Congregational
church gladly welcomed, Sunday morn
ing, lU-v C. ;. M. Trill after an absence of
three weeks in N'tH Haven.
The Ladies' Knterprise society met at
Mrs T. W. Tuniey's, this Friday evening.
Kev C. C. Morn!! expects to attend the
missionary meeting at Boston, O 'tober
Some of rur district schools closed on
Friday to enable the teachers to attend
the convention at New Haven. Mis
Lewis and MissWoodruff attended, and
report an interesting session.
S. N. O-born, our postmaster, is put
ting in new letter boxes. A few of
them will be lock boxes, to accomodate
those who rather have their mail under
lock and key.
David Osborn has sold a tract of
woods to Bridgeport parties.
Mrs J. ,M. Edwards has removed to
her former home at the Center. Mrs
George Guerney and children are with
Mrs Hattie Osborn, with Miss Lillian
Woodruff attended the teachers' meeting
held in New Haven the past week.
Mrs Bates returns, Monday, after
spending several weeks with friends in
Mason Clark is putting a new chimnev
on Mrs Eliza Silliman's house.
Miss Hattie Perry passed three davs
the past week in Porteheter. N , Y..with
her friend, Miss Bessie Kimball.
Bennett Seeley and S. N. Osborn are
appointed trustees of the Staples farm,
in place of J. W. Johnson and Joseph
Miss Anna Helman h3d a present of a
new sewing machine, last week, from her
Rev Air Parks holds a prayer meeting
every Tuesday evening in the Booth's
Henry B. Bassett is "learning to ride a
Mrs Sarah Seeber of Mt Vernon. N. Y..
is the guest of her son, Joseph Seeber.
The infant 'daughter of Mr and Mrs
Harry Flewellen died, Thursday, Octo
ber 1, after a sickness of only four days
with typhoid pneumonia. The funeral
was held Saturday, October 3. Rev Mr
Luther officiated. They have the sym
pathy of their many friends in their deep
Samuel Ward has added to the beauty
and convenience ol his house by a two.
HOOD'S PILLS cure Liver Ills,
BUiousness, Indigestion, Headache.
A pleasant laxative. All Druggists.
33 x Hawley
Main and West Sts.,1
"How to amuse the soil so tt will
lass I with abundance
use Plumb & Winton Co'b .
' 1 BONE :: FERTILIZER
Manufactured at Bridgeport. Cnna
Blood means sound health. With pore,
rich, healthy blood, the stomach and di
gestive organs will be vigorous, and there
will be no dyspepsia. Rheumatism and
Neuralgia will be unknown. Scrofulaand
Salt Kheum will disappear. With pure
Your nerves will be strong, and your
sleep sound, sweet and refreshing.
Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pure blood.
That is why it cures so many diseases.
That is why so many thousands take it
to cure disease, retain good health, pre
vent sickness aud suffering, llemember
Is the One True IJlooil i'urifier.
$1 per bottle.
Ills; easy to
O lo ojicriUe. 25c
S IUUU is tlilS u.k.
story bay window with tower
tl Swefzey did the work.
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Men's anil youths' Itlaek Cheviot
Suits, good (foods, tor $ UK); loiuieiiy
sold at S'j ue.
Men's lilack Cheviot an.l mixed
suits at $10, tormtrly il-' and $14.
Knee pants .suits lor the boys at il,
Knee pants, good strong goods, from
30 lo BO cents at
WARNER, TAYLOR &
SUCCESS WINS SUCCESS.
FeU KTlI V K A It.
dations. Doubled Membership.
1-iTHK Kl-:t'il!l OF
M A IX ST.. I) Y r.URV, CONN.
I:ii3ine3s and Siiorthnn l. Si-ml (or
DO YOU rAiT:
PIPES! V or ('a :t in ; U t i
For v a' er h Inmes,
For V titer Trnks.
lloiler-' . Kn
Also Buv Scrap Iron aal Met-
The Bridgeport Iron &
H0DSATCISC AVE , BRIDGEPORT.
TO K V , WHAT
In tbe Jewf-lry Line.
Come ftnd s-e us whe i in tonn,
whether yon wish lo purena-e or not.
Our Stock Is always liruh: ar.fl new
ami our prices low.
(j. W. PAmCIHLD &
Sellers ot Atvicetl Styles in Fine
-Jeweliy at Popular Trices
(KHTA BLISHTE D lSiiS-l
357 Main Street, Uridircport.
B. A. GLIDDEN,
HATHAtt AY, S0ULE & HAKRINGT JN,
402 Main St , Bridgeport, Com.
GEEAT SALE OF SHOES!
Having purchased the well known shoe store of Hathawav. f?nro tt..
rington for about one-half its actual value, we shall proceed to close out the
e itire stock now on hand to irake room for a conmleta new lino nf ... n-
do this we shall sell any shoe in our store at one-half the regular price- Our
goods are all marked in plin figures. You can have acy S5 shoe in the store
for 2.50; any $4 shoe for S2, etc. A genuine Mark Dow n Sale at this season
of the year will offer an opportunity for shoe buyers to get a winter outfit at a
B. A. GLIDDEN.
DR.TJGS ! !
BZEiIiIEiros So OSAXOFBTT
Wholesalers and Eetailers,
S6 WALL STREET, BRIDGEPORT, C0HN.
A Large Une of Perfumes and Toilet Water. The finest
in the Qity. Lowest Prices.
f?'( l V,. T T4 ,-T,:..t- J
Drawers should fit you, if
Qyu expect to take com-
iiort in and receive satis- :
factory wear from them.'
We carry stout cut goods
of all kinds for Men's
wear, including under-5
garments,made in propor-
tion throughout to fit port-
. ly shapes. This is some
J thing new, in the line of
furnishing goods and will
prove acceptable to this
class of customers.
fn Till-: HOARD OF uil'MY COMMISSION-.
1 KKs FoU lAIUHtl.u .ol'.NTY.
1 helel.y n,piy li.i a license to sell spiriiu.
on- him iuto.it nt::,f lj,ints, ale, !-fr beer
limie wi.le Mild CKU-I HI ll:twi,-y vine Hotel,
town ol Newtown. Jlv pint-,- ! business is
not loi-uted wnn-i, u-,-t in n dii-ev.-t one ol a
euurch editiee or i:iljue senooi-house, or llio
iri-uii.s pertainm thereto, or any post-ol-
Ilee or p.Hillc libr-.iiy-.
111 N-'ww" " lLi- it'a day &! October,
I'KANK 11. HKF.W, Applicant.
e, t.i un.lerai.-niii, ulec-or nun tax pav-ei.-,
as li'-tint-il by .aw, ol i!,,.-. town of New.
town, n. rei.y endorse the application ni :hc
I above named Fi ai.K li. Drew lor stmn license.
late,l at Newtowu t:iis s.n day ol October,
Siunnei ISaruum, Isaac A. Hawley, Jerry
i Keane, .lan.ea liikey, Clark Bi.-ickinan.
I herewy ctriii- tbat the abtire-naim-1 en
doisers :.re electors ami tax-nawrs, as de
lined by !ow, ol tile town OS Newtown,
j '''Y' -sewtowu this -Mtii day ol October,
i MICHAEL. J. HOULIHAN, TowuClerK.
npu THE IliiAUl) iK COL'VIT COMMISSION
1 tlt-i t oll FAlltKIEI.U UJl'M'V.
I hereby apply lor a license to sell spirilii.
ous aiul LuUixicur.iii: liquors, ale, iarer b.-er,
rhine wine ami ei-ler at Mimly Hook, town ol
Newtown. My pi rice ol business is not locat
ed wit:. in 2m i.;,:t in a direct line ol a church
ediiice or;pub ic scnooi-liouse, or the premised
leitaining theicl-., or any p si oiBue or pub
Dm -il at New town this i'.st day ol October,
A. D. Is,;.
l'ATUI'.K CAM I'llKLL, Applicant.
e, the iimlci Sij-'iied, electors and tax pay
ers, as denned by law, ol the to urn 01 x,w.
town, hereby enib ,rse tlie ajipiication of the
abo e named i'.m ick Campbell for such li
cense. I Hated at Newtown this, iist day ol October,
Pairn-k Lynch. Mortin Wentsch. John
Lyncn, E.iwai d s.ierinau. Iicniautin Mieruian.
i hereby eciuty that the above nauie.l eu
ii r-e. s are electors and ua. pavers, as de
nned by iaw, ol town ot Newtown.
Dated at New town this Jlst dav ol Oi-Tnh.-r.
A. l). i-;
MILl'AKL -J. HOULIHAN, Town Clerk.
T Til K III IA litl OK C it'NTV C'i l.MMISl" 'N
KliS FUK 1 'AliiKItl-D cor.vrv.
I l.i.-ieby aii!y toi aaceuse. to sell spiritu
ous aud intoxicating liijuors, ale, laer beer,
rhine wine ami i-idei- at Sandy Hook, town of
Newtown. My p. ace ol business is not iocat
ed within jou m ahrec; line ol a church
ediiice or public -chooi house, or the premises
perta-.uiag theie'.o, orany post-olllce or public
liated at Newtown this 2th day ot October,
KDWaRI) TP.OV, Applic.an;.
Wc, the umlei signed, eie-tors aud tax-pnv-ers,
as dehm-d by law, ol the town of New.
town, hereby eiiborse t!ie application 01 the
above-named LV.ward Trov tor such license.
Dated at Newtown this livith day ot October
A. I). 1-Ht!.
Thomas .1. Bra.lley, D. P. Kichanlson, Mar
tin Hyan, Martm Kelly, Charles E. llawivv.
I hereby certify that the above-named "en
dorsers are electors aud tax payers, as de
lined by law, ol t.ietown ot Newtown.
Dated at Newtown tnisiXitu uar of October.
A. t. ls:i.
MICHAEL J. HOULIHAN. Town Clerk.
MK P.OAltl'OKCorSTV COMMI.sSION
Kolt tAltlKIKLDcol NrY.
j 1 hereby applv toi a 1 icensc to sell spiritu.
i ous and iutoxicatlnir li-juors, ale, laer beer,
" rhine w ine ate! cider at ci.-n House, san
dy Hook, town o: Sew town. M y place of bus
iness is not loca'.ed w itinn 20" Icel in a direct
lineot a chuicii dillce or nubile school-house.
I or the premise- pertainuiK taereto, or anv
post-o!l!.ee r rui i - j ic i ibrarv .
Duteil at Newt, wn this -1st day ol October.
TtioMAS J. C A ANAl-GII, Applicant.
U'e, Hie under-. s'ned, electors and tax. nay.
ers, as detined b law, ot the town ol Sew.
tofn, here-bv-en iorse the ai-plicatbn ot the
I above-named i nomas J. cavauaugn tor such
Dated at Newtown this ilst day of October
A . I , 1 s H
I Michael Kilbride, William Kirov, Dennis
; Cavanaogli, Simon Corey, A. W. Ot-Kletnan.
I hereby ceililv that the abovp-uame,! en-
dorsers are electors and lav-pay-I
ers, as detined l.-y law, of the town ol New
town. Dated at Newtown this 21st day ol October.
I A. I). Isw;.
1 MICHAEL I. HOULIHAN, Town Clerk
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