NEWTOWN, CONN., FRIDAY, APEIL 2, 1897 EIGHT PAGES.
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THE CONGDON & CAEPENTEE CO.,
-Iron & Steel,
438-440 WATER STREET,
H-If i rrnt hi" ennno-ri v e nave a lul1 lme always m stock, II. VV . John's M t g.
Hair a Cent Di ys enough Co.. Sherwin Williams. John W. Masurv & Son. Devoe &
SHERWIN - Wjt ...ams Paint Raynolds Co., Paste and
for f zoo CO 'ts on
square loot or surface.
We have a few more of those large
WOOD HEATING STOVES!
On hand which we would be glad
little money. We will sell them
carry them over. If you are expecting to buy in the fall allow
us to say you can save money with interest buying now at
On lot Extra Long Six Hook Corsets,
et in the market at
One lot Royal Worcester Summer Corsets, extra long, six hook, new
On lot W. B Corsets, white, drab and black, regular $1 00 goods-.
ALSO A FULL
Thompson's Glove Fitting, Royal Worcester, Warner's, Loomer's
McGraw, Prima Donna, R. & G,, W. B., and I. C.
Corsets, and Ferris Waists.
MC LEAN BROTHERS,
211 MAIN ST. DANBURY, CONN.
Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Sleighs, Heavy
and Light Sleds.
Harness, Blankets, Lap Robes, Whips and all
Kinds of Horse Furnishing
AT VERT tOW PRICES, GO TO
266 MAIN 8TEEET, - Second Tloor, DANB UBT, CONN. "
Opposite Danbnry A Norwalk Railroad Depot.
. . " For Up-to-Date
And all the latest reading in books and magazines give us
364 MAIN STREET,
BRIDGEPORT SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE VAULTS.
Ka( Deposit Boxea Margh.
imntod a reasonaWe rates. itiLmrtn v
Prtirata Booms ja.erWin.flB
Htvml Vault, so Main St.,
The unprecedented success of the Dayton "Bicycle,
its instant recognition by experts as the coming leader,
and its rapid growth in
riders the world over, has
tory oi the past two years.
Be sure and give us
and second-hand wheels
Carriage Hardware, Blacksmith
We have a full line always
one terno lead, Dean's linseed oil, Japan Drier, Painter's
brushes and dusters
HARDWARE STORE, DERBY, CONN.
to part with just now for very
to you at first cost rather than
white, drab and black. The best Cor
Bankina; and Brokarac,
Mortsajrea on Briilsftjport
popularity among appreciative
become a part ol the bicycle his
a call before purchasing. New
on hand at all times, and at all
and Tinners' Supplies.
tlb.e Time to
in stock, II. W. John's M'fg.
liquid colors, Atlantic, Jewett &
Prices are Right
WH. B. SNIFFEN
SANDY HOOK, CONN.
Has Inst received new anil lira.nt turns-.
grounds and accessories lrom new designs
apwiuiv auapieo to tne latest styia ot pic
tures. All work ot tUe nighest grade oi ex-
UA MAIN ST., DERBY, CONN.
D. P. Richardson, M. D.,
PHY8IC1AK AID 8UEGE0H,
xreatment oi K.U Kl' KK a
NO KNIFE! NO PAIN!
HO DETENTION FBOM BUSINESS.
Consultation & Examination Free
t)ffiM udAasidane. Sandy Hook
Telephone Connectlonlat Bnll'i. Drag Store
THE ALBANY DENTISTS,
388 MAIN STREET,
Opp. Cannon St., Bridgeport
Paul'U. Sunderland, M. IX,
Fhysieian and Surgeon,
Nichols' Block, Cor. Main .4 JWhite Streets,
Besidenee, 73 Elm St.
Honrs: Until a.m.; 2 to p. m. and 7 to 8
-Leave orders at Grand Central Hotel.
EDWARDS M.SMITH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND BUKQEOW.
Offlot and Eesldaneo Htwtowa Strtat
DE JAMES W. GORDON,
musician ana Burgeon,
Besidenoa at Mrs P,
poeita the old mill,
ball's drag store.
.t elephone call
A. W. GItlSWOLD, M.
PHT8ICIAN A 8UEGEON,
Office and Residence, F. A. Bennett Fl&ee.
Brookfleld. Telephone, W. J. Beeh
- lei's Store.
0ELE3T A. BESEDICT, M. D.,
Vbysisiaa and Sorgson, -842.
Stats St., Bridgspatt.
BsstrxsitOBSoftlis tosrapsntis agants, of
fits fcoors frost 10 a. m. to 18 m Sits . m.
' Oradnate oi the American Veterinary col
lege. New York City, will be t the Urand
Central Hotel.every Monday where he will be
prepared to either castrate or spay or per
loim any operations pertaining to the sci
ence. Order left at the office ot Hotel will
receive prompt attention at reasonable rates.
Telephone New England House, New Mil lord.
MTWTOWH 8AVnrSS BASK-Newtown
11 Conn. Incorporated 1886.
PHII.O C1AKXS. Frnsildent: ri. IT. K'OKTW
BOP, Treasnrer. HOUSS a. m. to 3 p. m.1
kiondays, 7 to a p. aa.
Bargain Prices and Very Easy Terms.
i ijuuhkvi ueecnwooa Ave. a. xwo
Family House, Beechwood Ave. 8. Cot
rage, ropiar St. 4. Cottasre. Gem Ave
5. Two Family House, Sea view Ave.
o. ;ottage, seavlew Ave. 7. Cottage,
tfwwHiu Ave. xnquire oi
ARCHITECTS- yCCr buiuDEBS.
BRIDGEPORT, CT , 38 WALL STREET,
A, G. BAKER'S AD
Do you want to buy a piano?
We have a good assortment
in stock now to select from in al
the different stvles of wnnd
inuw uuu t tan to can UDon us
before you buy. We are willing
to stake our reputation on these
pianos and m addition to the
manufacturers' warrant we will
personally guarantee every one
of the hijrh-erade instruments
We have a very lars:e and
well selected stock of goods on
hand, suitable for the regular
Fancy Rockers, Chairs,Tables,
Desks, China Closets, Pictures,
Bamboo Work, Blacking Cabi
nets, Foot Rests, &c.
Carpets, Rugs and Mattings.
Remember we deliver goods
free of all freight charges any-
wheie within 50 miles of Haw-
A. G. BAKER,
sa-Jnstnow I have a sate 7 per cent Invest
ment lor a limited amount.
B. H. MATTOON,
Pjthian Hall, Watertown, Conn
F. H. BASSETT, GEADUfiaAH
from one of the leading optical Institutes in
New York with 18 years experience, and all
the latest optical Instruments, I can guaran
tee satisfaction. Examination FREE.
79 S0ETH MAIN ST. WATEEBUET, CT.
1)11 F. O. ATWtlOD,
Graduated Veterinary Physician
OfW.M VlT. tdAwml. a 1
15. Office and HosDital. Minortown. Cnnn.
Old Bsliabls Companies. Lowest Bates.
W. A. LEONABD. Newtown, Conn.
FAIECHILD & MEAD,
General Iosnranes And Seal Estats Agents,
61 FAIETIELD ATKH0E, BBIBGEPOfiT, COSH
Warner Building, Boom 8,
Church St., Newtown Conn.
DEALBB3 IB FISJ5 SOLD WALL PAPERS,
OIL TIHTS, FBESCO BOBSEBS, DECORA
TI0B8. WIHDOW SHADES, FIXTOKKS, KTO.
A. W. Orffelman.
Xaaofkstmrer and dealer is BaneH, Saddlei
Bridles tOolIars, FlankeU, eta.
New Milford, Conn-
DB B. 1&. SHOPP,
All Anesthetics administered. Office Hours:
8 a. m. to S. p.m.; WedneBdaysand Thursdays
in Washington. HOXCHiaaisVrlLI.Blf CONK.
S7) - J A)
JS. f .VOX 1
Thousands ot dollars worth n now on
seasonable Dry Goods at extremely low
Never waa our assortment lirgT than
now nor our prices lower than this sea
son, we are showing the very latest
stvles in all wool goods and exclusive
cucvlq uuui zoc vo ioc per va.
1000 yards oi F,mfly Taffeta Silk suitable
i"1. """ worm oao per yd at Sao yd
L ums, oao UHU iOO.
We have just received and open lor
sale and inspecfjfin a large invoice oi
amis, npqng jacxets and iSepar
. . . . j i 1 v u in i. c l.KJ .
pieces of White Towelling, going
. ..... moil, gww vtuue u.i tc yu only ac
229 MAIN STREET,
DOLLARS AND SENSE!
It Takes Sense to Win Dollars.
We Help You.
Our Graduates are Bread Winners
Begin at Any Time. No Classes.
Nearly a Hundred Now Enrolled-
276 MAIN ST.
Business and Shorthand. Send lor
BUSINESS COLLEGE AND SCHOOL
STENOGRAPHY & TYPEWRITING,
Rooms 33 to 37 Sanford Building.
403 Main St., Bridgeport.
Have in use in their Typewrit
ing department, the Reming
ton, Yost, Smith Premier and
BO YOU WANT!
"DTDTTC!! Fo1' Railing and rencing
JTiCJliiy. lorCarrjlng Water?
For W ater Flumes,
For Water Tanks.
S"We Also Buv Scrap Iron and Met
als. The Bridgeport Iron &
H0DSAT0KIC AVE., BEIDGEPOBT.
AT 4c PER ROLL-
We have now in stonk moat nrfiQtio miri
largest line oi Wall Papers ever shown which
we are selling at very low prices. White
Lead, Mixed Points, Oil Colors, Oil. Varnish
es, Brushes, Glass, etc at very low prices.
W. W. WALKER & SON,
500 Main Street Bridgeport, Conn.
Wantedj"on 'first-class real
Collected and Property
(Formerly Danbury Dry
245 Main Street,
30 HEAD OIF1 HOSSES !
Just arrived. Farm and Business Wagons, Carts, Surreys,
Traps, Runabouts, Harness, Robes, Blankets, etc. Ask to see
our special $8 Harness. It is a bargain. 1897 Bicycles, $30
up to $125. Solid rubber tires put on at our own factory.
CT OLUMBUS STABXjEIS,
PECK & LINES'
157 to 181 Middle St-, Bridgenort Co nn
, BURR & KNAPP, Bankers and Brokers,
363 Main Street, - - - - - Br4detiort, Conn
BONDS, STOCKS, MORTGAGES AND DEBENTURES. INSURANCE
STEAMSHIP AND RAILROAD TICKETS
Paying 5, S 1-2, B, 1, 7 1-2 and 8 per'cent
paid on same. Securities bouKht I
and sold on
ul&r Orarts and Bank Money Orders available
A regnlar flrst-elaas dinner served for 215o.
Electric tans. Good service guaranteed. Give
us a call. -
C R. BLANCHARD,
81 FAIBFIKL.DAVB, BEIDGEPOBT.
Next Door to Park City Theatre
and everything else in that line ol fur
nishings. ' Every siee, quality and
price. Bepalrlng a specialty.
WILSON & WOOSTEE,
881 Water St BridgenorkCt,
NEWTOWN'S CENTRAL MARKET
J 3- LACUAK, Proprietor.
Native Beet. Newtown Steeet.
F. M. BROWN.
D. S. GAMBLE.
R M. BROWN & CO.
SPRING STYLES IN
LND APRIL 1.
INGS IN 27 DE
PARTMENTS. FREE FARE one way on all
purchases of $10 or over
within 30 miles of this city.
7, SANFORD B'1D'G,
Goods Co., 825 Main St.)
Deposits received snblect to tfraft unil tntAntat
commission. Foreign bills di ezchanire. Cir-
in all parts ot Europe.
WITH OR WITHOUT PLATES.
Plates that fit well, look "well, are easy to
wear and that yoa can eat with as easily as
with natural ones. Crowns and Bridges that
enhance the beauty ot the mouth, and that are
strong and durable, warranted 22k Gold, at
half usual prices. All operations painless by
our ne w painless process.
BOSTON DENTAL CO.,
440.M AIN ST., BRIDGEPORT. '
DRE. S. WAttw
& fro n nr DtPKrunr
u jjrl v. IU, .CJJ x ,
DAVEUPOHT ft O'HASA, Attornsys and Cons
eiiori at lsv stats stmt. Brldgnort,0osa
O. O. W. TO H. W. W. AN1 G. W. B.
I like to be "called out," in a friendly
spirit, and am glad of the opportunity to
tell more fully what I mean by "scientif
I was born and bred a farmer and
shall never forget the long weary years
of my youth, when all the work was
done by hand, and a day of labor was
from sun to sun." I was very anxioa
then to get away from the farm ; I sigh
now and wish I had one to go back to.
There is in one of Moliere's plays an
amusing character who expresses great
surprise on being told that he had been
speaking prose for more than 40 years
Mow, of course in so far as G. W. B has
been successful as a farmer, there is no
doubt that he has been doing "stientiflc
farming" for more than 40 years. Farm
ing is really successful only so far as it
is scientific. The man who took $700 or
$S0O from one acre of ground in farm
produce must have been a scientific farm
er whether he was conscious of it or not.
What is science? It Is knowledge and
understanding of the laws of nature.
Science is based upon facts proved by ex
perience. Scientific farming is the ap
plication of known and verified princi
ples to the cultivation and management
of a farm.
Let us be more particular and quote
from the great Century dictionary : "2
Knowledge gained by systematic obser
vation, experiment and reasoning;
knowledge co-ordinated, arranged, and
systematized." "4. Art derived from
precepts or baaed on principles; skill re
sulting from training; special, excep
tional, or preeminent skill." Science is
the knowledge of facts and the princi
ples embodied in them ; and art is .the
skill with which the principles of science
are applied to produce results ; in raising
potatoes or in the building of ships or in
making cotton cloth.
Again, from the Century dictionary :
"The theory of agriculture is a science
comprehending in its scope the nature
and properties of soils, the different sorts
of plants and seeds fitted for them, the
composition and qualities of manures,
and the rotation of crops, and involving
a knowledge of chemistry, geology and
kindred sciences. Practical agriculture,
or husbandry, is an art comprehending
all the labors of the field and of the farm
yard, such as preparing the land for the
reception of the seed or plants, sowing
and planting, rearing and gathering the
crops, care of fruit trees and domestic
animals, disposition of products, etc."
I used the words in their general sense
as iucludirig everything that enters into
the problem of successful agriculture:
Climate, soils, fertilizing, irrigation, the
use of machinery, the storage and pres
ervation of crops until wanted for use, or
while waiting for the demands of the
market ; and even the disposition of pro-
II if" a DA aa tn inenra o .nonr.n.,KU .
" "UUUI iiruiio,
Co-operation in buying and selling, and
the making of good roads to shorten the
distance to markets should be included.
Science means knowledge, skill, econ
omy, success and happiness. It is op
posed to that which is merely traditional,
heresay, haphazard, and in part at least,
a failure. Science is really good com
mon senFe working hand in hand with
nature. You don't plant beans in a bog,
nor raise corn In the shade. There are
wheat lands, potato soils, grass grounds
and a time and place for all that grows.
It is not scientific to set apple trees and
never prune, cultivate nor fertilize them
and still expect fine fruit. It is little use
to grow and gather a large crop of ap
ples and dump them Into a bin to rot be
cause they will not sell at once. Q. W.
B. knows how to preserve them until
they are wanted at a good price, and so
far at least, he is "scientific." (This is
It Is not scientific to farm work by
hand so that corn and potatoes cost more
than they will bring. The cost of pro
duction must be reduced by the use of
machinery until it will pay to raise them
Yes, the farmer needs lots of falth,and
a love of nature, with a hearty good will
to work. He must learn to toe the mark
and be cheerful. Some farmers grumble
loud enough to stunt the growth of, cab
bage. Tramps and details can wait
O. O. Wright.
Mrs Andrew Falls, who dislocated her
shoulder recently, Is able to be about
Mrs Horace Barpum Is entertaining
relatives from Pennsylvania.
Arthur Reynolds is at home from Wil-
liston seminary, Eastbampton, Mass.
having been obliged to leave school on
account of illness. .
Mrs Tousey Piatt of Hopewell district, 1
the mother of Theron E. Piatt, is report
ed quite poorly.
IHB APPOISTHEST OF US BRUSH.
Editor Byington of the. Norwalk Ga
zette writes from Washington : Chester
H. Brush, of Danbury, who will reside in
this city for the next four years as fie
corder of the General Land Office, was a
posteffice inspector under President Har
rison, and made a good record. He is
between 35 and 40 years of age, and well
connected with several old Connecticut
families. Prof Brush of ale Is a near
relative. The entire Connecticut delega
tion indorsed bis application. Mr Brush
takes the place which has been held un
der the last administration by Lucius Q.
C. Lamar, son of the late Hon L. Q. C.
Lamar, formerly Secretary of the Inter
ior and at the time of his death a Justice
of the Supreme Court of the United
States. Mr Lamar was permitted at his
own request to take an S1S00 clerkship
under the classified service, where he
wiU be no longer subject to political up
heavals. Danbury News. Mr Brush
Is a son-in-law of Robert A. Clark of
MBS MARTHA YARD STILLS0I.
Martha Ward Stillson, the widow of
the late William Stillson, died on Thurs
day afternoon last at about 4.30 o'clock.
Mrs Stillson is survived by four sons,
George, Abel, John and Frank, a sister.
Mrs Huldah Peck, and a brother, Mr
Ward of Oxford, also survive. The
funeral was attended on Sunday at
2 p.m., Rev George T. Llnsley officiating.
The pall bearers were Messrs William
andC. B. Johnson. Lester Oolemnn an
A theater party from Hawleyville, con-
isting of Mr and Mrs S. A. Blackman,
Mr and Mrs J. A. James, Mr and Mrs A.
G. Baker, Mr and Mrs Amos Camp, Mr
and Mrs F. B. Drew, Claude Blackman
and George Bakjr visited Danbury, last
week Wednesday night, and attended
the performance of "The Sowin of the
Wind," at the Danbury Opera House.
Mr and Mrs S. A. Blackman and Mr
and Mrs F. B. Drew were amone those
who eDjoyed the turkey dinner given by
Myrtle lodge, Daughter of Rebekah, in
Danbury, last week Monday night. f
Daniel Reardon, who had his toes cut
ff at Botsford and has since been at the
Bridgeport hospital, comes home occa
sionally for a stay of a day or two. K
Mr and Mrs F. tt Piatt welcomed a
10 pound boy to their home in Hopewell
district on Monday of last week. f;
Theron E. Piatt is disposing of quite a !
quantity of seed potatoes Jthus far this ,
spring. With 125 varieties on hand J
backed up with his large experience in
potato culture, farmers are pretty sure j
to get the right kind of seed. Q
Miss May Huff is spending a few days
at Burr Hawley's ia Stepney.
Mrs Susan Short of Bethel passed,Sun- '
day as a guest of her brother, John H "j
Reuben H. Smith, who has for some '.
time been the editor of The Religious .
Herald, has become the proprietor of the '
paper, buying out D. B. Moseley. Mr
Moseley and his father, the late D. B.
Moseley, have been connected with the
paper for years. With the enthusiasm j
and earnestness which will folllow with
the new management, it is safe to say the ,
paper will take a prominent place among '
the religious journals of the state. Mr '
Smith's friends in this section will cor
dially wish him success in the undertak
Lawrence Mitchell Is a happy father, a
12-pound boy having arrived in his home
on Thursday last. m
Mrs William Falrchild of Taunton dis
trict has been suffering with a. severe
cold, but is better.
Dwight Sharp of Monroe has taken a
position with John B. Blackman, New
town's well known marketman.
Master Charles Jonas passed Sunday
with his father at Torrington.
The high bridge over the railroad near
Botsford Is in the nanus of the workmen,
who are putting In new timbers and
HOWS THIS I
We offer One Hundred Dollars Seward tor
any ease of catarrh that cannot be cured t jr
Ball's Catarrh Cure.
T.J. CHESET A CO, Props, Toledo, o.
' We, the undersigned, hare known T. 1.
Cheney for ;he last 18 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business tnuasac
tlons and financially able to carry out any ob
ligation made by their firm.
Wbst A Tkuax, Wholesale Druggista.Toledo,
ffiLowo, KrxKAS A MAKvnr.WnolesarfeQrnf
gists, Toledo, O.
Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous stir-
by ail druggists. Twsinionlal free.'
laem ol the system. Price So per bottle. Sold
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