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Of FKR3 AT 423 Main Street, BEIDQIPOKT, SoO American "La Gloria" UMBRELLAS, paragon frames, natural wood handles at 48o each. BOOyanlaGINOHAMS In Krown and White Chwki at 9 3-10 a yard. 730 Pairs Ladles' Embroidered KIDGLOVE8 In latest shades ot Hods and Tans, all sizes at 7 So a pair. 1200 pairs Ladles' lull seamless last black BUSK, three thread heels and toes,regular 17o values at U 1 'io a pair. 1100 pairs Men's two thread seamless hose at Bo a pair or 3 pairs tor 'ifto. Ladles' LEATHER KELTS In groat variety, with goliU sliver and leather buckles at 25c each, 1 PERRY I, 1IURD. Christian's Flour! The leading brand of the world that makes more loaves to the barrel and whiter and sweeter bread than any other. WHITE LOAF FLOUR ! At S4 50 the barrel. Dry Goods and Groceries. A clean stock. WARNER, TAYLOR & CURTIS, SANDY HOOK, CONN BEAK IN MIND OUR STOCK OF Groceries Always Fresh. Always Reliable. TEIUIILL.BETTS & CO. SANDY HOOK, CONN. Are You Going to Paint or paper this so please giv Think I can either branch. SDrinr? If e me a call, .suit you in J. I. ANDREWS, Monroe Center. PKINDLE & MORRIS, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, Axe prepared to do anything in their line at shortest notice. A share of public patronage solicited. W. H. PRINDLE. L. C. MORRIS. Calls answered if left at W.B-Friadle's House; L. C. Morris's House, Telephone at Leonard's Hotel HAWLEY, W1LMOT & REYNOLDS, UNDERTAKERS NO. 98 STATE STREET. B&IDOEPOET, C0S3. eSOBQE B. HAWLET, . CHAKLES X. WILMOT, JOHI B. E1II0LDS. . TELEPHOVX 291, - 834 Park Avtaae 407 Clinton Arcane; - 9 Frsmont Street BRBWBROS. Funeral Directors, Office and Wareiooms in Lillis Building, Opposite grist mill. Open day and mgnt. SAN D Y HOOK, CONN. WILSON & KEATING, UNDERTAKERS & EM BALMERS. Located lor the present In Post Office Block H ndy Hook. ct. Night oalls attended to Iroui Taylor's Hotel. UNDERTAKER,' Kesideaee. Xing St. All orders left vrltb Xr 6 S. Taeker. EastoB.will reoeive prompt attentios Telephone: 7S-S WESTFORT, CONN. GEORGE F. TAYLOB, FUNERAL DIRECTOR . omcs Post Office Block, ' BANDT HOOK, CONN rUESITUKE-A Be Line ef the Latest Good. CHDkTAKIS9-in All Its Branches. 311. 3r. T"xoy, Tx, Troy's Building, Sandy Hook Diamonds, We Test Tour THE NEWTOWN BEE. NEWTOWN, FRIBAYi APRIL 2. CIRCULATION : January 1. 1882, 610 Last Week, 8100 Local Affairs. EX-COHQRESSMiK WILCOX BAMED EAILE04D COMMISSIONER. 43 A BROTHER OF MRS JOHN B WHEELER OF THIS TOWN. Gov Cooke bas Dominated Ex-Congressman Washington F. Wilcox as rail road commissioner to succeed Mr WooJ ruffof Litchfield. Mr Wilcox is a brother ot Mrs John B. Wheeler of this town. The Hartford Post in speaking of Mr Wilcox, says : Mr Wilcox is a gold Democrat. lie bas had bis time of bigb elective office-holding. In November, 18S3, he was chosen to Congress and served two terms, having places on im portant committees. He was succeeded by Hon James P. Pigott. All this was in the Second congressional district The age of this new nominee is about GO years and they have been borne with honor. Before bis service in Congress he was a leading lawyer. When his ser vices at Washington ended, he returned quietly to Chester and resumed the prac tice of law. He made a partnership with a son of of ex-Congressman Sarx uel L. Warner with an office at Middle town. The firm has done an extensive business. Mr Wilcox is said to be one of the leaders of the Middlesex county bar. "In bis Judgment," said one who knows, "everybody reposes confidence. lit is eminently judicial and will make a good commissioner." The position is for four years and the salary per year is $3,000. The term begins next July. Roy Piatt, who is at tbe Mt Hermon school, Gill, Mass., bas been one of tbe victims of measles at that institution. Nathan I. Kleiner has sold to Mrs Mary Corbett the place at the head of Taunton like. After this week P. J. Kelly will board at Edward Troy's. Anyone wishing to see him on business can find him there evenings. Lauren Skidmore has a curiosity in his stables in the shape of a calf, blind and without a tail. It seems to be healthy, and Is growing fast. Stephen Mudry bas moved his family to the Aaron Treadwell place in Red ding. Arthur S. Hawley, our local bicycle agent, too& a header on Church Hill, Monday night, sweeping off the cobble stones from tbe road in good shape. A lame knee was tbe only injury to bis person, but bis bicycle was somewhat damaged. Howell Wright and Curtis Morris are among those who have joined the ranks of the local photographers. Leonard Botsford has a new Keating wheel, bought through the local agent, Arthur S. Hawley. The members ot the Men's whist club, including the substitute players, were very pleasantly entertained on Saturday evening, by C. W. Sloane. Charles Can field and men have been kept busy papering and painting for several "weeks in Newtown Street and vicinity. . If you have ever seen a child in tbe agony of croup, you can appreciate the gratitude of the mothers One Minute cough cure relieves their little ones as quickly as it is administered. Many homes in this city are never without it E. F. Hawley, Newtown; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook ; A. B. Blakeman, Botsford ; B. Hawley & Co., Stepney. J. W. Knowlton of Bethel, who bas been peddling vegetables for several years through Newtown, has put In a line of meats, which he can furnish at a reasonable price. They are so small that the most sens! tive person takes them, they are so ef fective that the most obstinate cases ol constipation, headache and torpid liver yield to them. That is why DeWitt'f little early risers are known as the famous little pills. E. F. Hawley, New town ; 8. C. Bull, Sandy Hook ; A. B Blakeman, Botsford ; B. Hawley & Co. Stepney. It may save you time and money to be, informed tbat, when you need a blood purifier, Ayer's sarsaparilla is the kind most in favor with the medical profer don. It is the standard and, as such the only blood-pnrlfier admitted at the Chicago World's Fair. Many cases of "Grippe" have lately been cared by Ote Minute cough cure This preparation seems especially adapted to tbe care of this disease. It acts quick ly thus preventing serious complication and bad effects in which this disease often leaves the patient. E. F. Hawley Newtown; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A B. Blakeman, Botsford : B. Hawley & Co., Stepney. E. E. Turner of Compton, Mo., writes us tbat after suffering for seventeen years, he completely cared piles by using three boxes of DeWitt's witch hazel alve. It cures eczema and severs skin diseases. E. F. Hawley, Newtown ; S JEWELER. Watches, Jewelry, Silverware Clocks, etc. OPTICAL GOODS A SPECIALTY". Eyes Free ot Charge. . Prices for Glasses Very Moderate. 42 Wall St., Bridgeport Conn. Only One Door Oil From Main Bu-eBt. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A. B. Blakeman;! Bote! ord ; B. Hawley & Co., Stepney. Claude Blackman Is home from the Philadelphia dental college for the spring vacation. Now It the time to pnrlfy yonr blood, and Hood's sarsaparilla is tbe best medi cine for the purpose. Thousands of great cures prove that it is the One true blood purifier. Hood's pills are the favorite family ca thartic and liver medicine. Price 25c. One m'.nute is all the time necessary to decide from personal experience that One Minute cough cure does what its name implies. E. F. Hawley, Newtown; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A. B. Blake man, Botsford; B. Hawley & Co., Step ney. m f m Fairfield County Chat. BRIDGEPORT. INTERESTING NOTES FROM A BUST CITY. Sunday the "greatest show on earth" departed for the summer season and tbe West Etid people will miss the daily ex ercise parades which have beeH given the last few weeks. The show season this time will cover a period of about five months and on their return to this city will begin preparations for a European tour. The Christian Endeavor Society of the First Baptist church, hsvo elected the following competent person to fl'.l ot flees for the ensuing six months : Presi dent, Charles R. Skidmore; vice presi dent, J. Henry Crossley ; recording sec retary, Miss Pearl Pike; treasurer,Frank G. Featberstone ; corresponding secre tary, Miss Bessie Harlow; representa tlve, W. H. Walker, Jr. Tbe young men of the South Congre gational church have become noted for their fine manner of entertaining, as was shown by the unique sociable given by them, last week. The mus c furnished by the "Bachelor club" was of an inspir ing nature and highly appreciated. Seaside park, Bridgeport's favorite ummer "play ground," is undergoing tbe uual spring cleaning. The trucking firms are not anticipating much business, this spring. The outlook (or April moving seems email. Mr and Mrs J. C. Foster and Mr and Mrs W. A. Grippen have been eojoying a pleasant Southern tour, stopping at the Capital City for a few days. The Olivet Congregational society, at their annual meeting reported the past year a successful one. The favorite steamer, Rosedale has changed her usual leaving time, 7.30 to 45, to accommodate those from sur rounding towns who wish to go to tbe metropolis. Monday was the first trip on this schedule. Little May Sansoue, daughter of tbe well known musician, was tendered a party by her parents on last Friday night, it beinz the occasion of her ninth birth day. Saosone's orchestra furnished the music for dancing an.l the little folks had a jolly time. She received many gifts. F. W. Wurts, who has been connected with tbe Metropolitan Insurance Co. for over a year, and who nas made so many friends by his genial manner, has left the city to accept the position of superintend ent of one of the districts in New York City. The best of success is wished for Mr Wurts in his new position. Mrs Stella Bray and family will move, next week, from their present residence, 121 Golden Hill street, to the borne of tbe late Dr King on Gilbert street. The millinery stores have all had their spring opening and display the greatest variety of beautiful bats seen in Bridge port in some time. Violet is tbe popular shade, this spring. Mrs G. W. Simmons, well known in musical circles, sang at a concert given in Darby, last week, and by the flatter ing press notices it is evident she gave en tire satisfaction, having to respond to en cores. She also entertained the ladles of the W. R. C. at their sewing circle dur ing ber stay there. Mrs Simmons has a very fine voice and has taken part in prominent musicales in this city and else where. Incoming trains bring large numbers daily to the city to inspect the Easter novelties and to purchase their spring outfits. In a few days the once famous Golden Hill seminary will be a thing of the past. The auction sale of goods have been large and many fine articles secured. A large number of Bridgeport ladies will remem ber with pleasure happy hours spent in that institution, and will regret also that it is to pass out of existence. l tie Bridgeport Hoys' cinD is now an established institution and tbey are in hopes of having a permanent building in the near future. The Y. M. C. A. wheelmen have start ed the year with unusual promise and have elected the following officers at their recent meeting : McLaren Stevenson, vice president; W. H.,Seibs, secretary and treasurer. . Fine buildings are always an attraction to a city, and the new Seeley building fast neanng completion will be a great addition to Bridgeport. If the Algon quin club have their rooms there, as Is expected, tbey will have secured a prize. For ail kinds of farming tools and ag ricultural supplies, T. Hawley & Co , of 397 Water street, Bridgeport, invite you to Inspect' their well known stock. Their advertisement will be found else where. . GREENFIELD HILL. DEERFIELD DISTRICT Miss Mary E. Banks, who has been quite ill, Is reported a little better: Miss Edna Morehouse, who Is attend ing the Moody school at Northfield, Is home on a vacation. George Keeler has helped Charles Nichols with his wood. Charles Jen. nlngs of Hoyden's Hill is carting It. Mrs Fred Burrltt,who bas been sick, Is better. Mrs E. M. Carr, who bas visited her aunt in Black Kick, is expected borne, this week. Miss Jennie Mellen of Redding was tbe guest of her relatives here, Monday. BROOKTIELD. THK TOBACCO INDUSTKY. The tobacco prospects are now quite encouraging. Where there Is any of tbe 97 crop to be found it brings larger prices than earlier in the season. All old crops on band are eagerly sought for. This, with the prospect of tbe tariff pro tection, is giving quite a stimulus to the industry. The result will probably be an increase of acreage, bat it is not thought enough to produce an over production, this year. Mrs Samuel Sherman has returned from ber visit to Richmond and vicinity, after an 'absence of a month. The body of Mrs Bettincort was brought on and in terred In the Central cemetery. Miss Lacy Sagendorf is heme from Northfield for the spring vacation and Miss Chloe Curtis from Wellsley. Miss Tbeo Skidmore is also home from North- field, where she is teaching mathematics Miss Mattie Griffin has returned from a month's visit with friends ar.d relatives in Brooklyn and New York. It is now tbonght that unfailing signs of spring are here, as both tramps and bicycles are out in full force. Mrs F. u. Beers has been spending a short time with ber parents in Brooklyn, Tbe cboir of St Paul's are now prac ticing their Easter music ; also tbe chil dren of the Sunday school. E. K. Smith has been decorating the interior of the home of Mrs A. N. Haw ley and will soon begin painting tbe buildings of Charles Stuart. F . rv. nawley nas just received a new sulky plow. Henceforth he will not need one leg to be shorter than the other with one foot in the furrow and one on the land, but will sit erect and show bis neighbors bow easily it can be done. C. F. Benedict has moved from the H. C. Gray farm to Elmer H. Northrop's house, having leased the farm on shares for one year. Quite a number of farmers have tbeir oat ground plowed and are advancing tbeir season's work quite fast in many ways. Moving is the order of the day in all parts of the town. Jennie, daughter of H. C. Gray of Danbury, ia expected home this week from Worcester, Mass., her present home FrankJH. Wildman is expecting to go to Torrington in the fish business. Mrs William Finckney seems very ud fortionate in tbe way of accidents. She was nearly suffocated with coal-gas, bad a thumb badly hurt and on Saturday night, her clothing caught on fire from match and only by the united eflorts of those present the fire was extinguished Had she been alone in tne house un doubtedly she would have been burned to death. Mrs Myron C. Reade of New Haven, who has been visiting at William Pinck ney's, is now a guest of ber brother, L. J. Sturdevant. EASTON. DEATH OF HORACE M. BANKS. Horace M. Banks, who for two years past has been in poor health and lately prostrated with grip, passed away at his home at Rock House on' Friday night of last .week. Mr Banks was 53 years old and a well known citizen of tbe place. He had lived tbe life of a bach elor and is survived by.three sisters only, Misses Sylvina and Louise Banks and Mrs A. B. Curtis of Stepney. The fuc- eral service was held from bis late home on Tuesday, Rev Mr Weeks officiating The pall bearers were Messrs Hanford and Philo Lyon, G. B. Tucker and Sher wood Adams. The interment was in tbe Easton cemetery. . BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES. A sociable will be held at tne ball on Tuesday evening, April 20. Preparations have been going on for some time and everything will be done to make it a great success. Tbe usual excellent sap per will be served, and the program is expected to be an unusually good one Particulars will appear next week. CHURCH AND PERSONAL JOTTINGS. The meeting of tbe Y. P. 8. C. E.,ae conducted by Mrs Guernsey, Sunday evening. Next Sunday evening will be the monthly musicale. George Guernsey reached bom 3, Satur day, after spending the winter in Georgia. Mrs May Beard and son of Shelton are spending a week at T. W. Turney's. . The society committee will meet next Saturday afternoon. All members of tbe society who wish to help clean off tbe churcn green are invited to meet cn April 3. Miss Florence Jennings attends school at the academy. Representative Wheeler was obliged to remain home, this week, owing to a severe attack of grip. Edward Hawkins planted peas, Mon day. Monday morning the young boys en joyed a spin on their wheels to and from school for the first time, this spring. Mrs F. E. Silllman is visiting friends In Newbarg, N. Y. . George Guernsey has returned from a prolonged stay in Georgia. Mrs Mary Spencer of Rock House I visiting Mrs J. M. Edwards. Mrs Zina Beard and son of Shelton arc at T. W. Turney's. The afternoon mail is due at tbe Cen ter at 5 o'clock, April 1, and thereafter. MONROE CHURCH NOTES. Rev George Sauer, pastor of tbe White Hills Baptist church, lead an excellent g'jpel meeting in the Town hall, last Friday evening. This (Friday) evening, April 2, George Washington's meeting will be held in tbe church parlors when a band of eight singe -9 from New Milford will bs pres ent. Stephen Heacock of the New Milford It is time to think about buying your Fertilizers. We are the only agents that handle STOCKBRIDGE, BOWKEB, . AND BRADLEY FERTILI ZERS, In the towns of Huntington, Shelton and Derby. We have the goods and we want to see you. We also have a large assort ment of GRASS & GARDEN SEEDS. A very large assortment of AGRICULTUR AL IMPLEMENTS, too numerous to men tion. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY,and all kinds of HARDWARE at 32 TO 34 mission, who made a favorable impres sion when here before, will speak. Mrs Smith of Hawleyville will speak at the mission on Sunday evening. On Wednesday evening, April 7, the Congregationalists will join the Rev Mr Braman of the Stepney Baptist church in a union prayer meeting in the Cutler's Farm scboolhouse. Mrs M. C. Johnson returned from a two weeks' visit to Providence. R. I. Seymour Johnson of New Milford, hat visited his mother. is.ev air Jtooeson, assistant at traui church, Bridgeport, officiated at St Peter's, Thursday evening last. Cornelius Gilbert and Annie Osborne were married at Portchester, March 23. The happy couple are with L. C. Gilbert. Mrs J. H. Brewster has been spending a week with her brother, B. L. Hurd. Miss Sarah Huntington of Hartford is with her sister, Mrs Sophia Beardsley. The Parish Aid of St Peter's met with Mrs D. A. Nichols, Wednesday afternoon and evening. HUNTINGTON. THE CENTER AND VICINITY. Miss Elizabeth Beard bas been the guest of ber aunt, Miss Louise Nichols Benjamin Wooster, who has been very sick with pneumonia, is slightly better A praise service will be given in the Congregational church, Sunday evening, April 11, by the Congregational and the St Paul's choirs for the benefit of both churches. An elaborate program is being prepared and no pains will be spared to make It a success. Watch next week's Bee for program and further par ticulars. Daniel Wood and George Hecox are working in Monroe where Mr Coan bas bis steam saw mill for the present. Mrs Hooper's handsome calla in the Congregational ohurGta, Sunday morning, reminded the worshipers of spring. Miss Estella Bailey has been quite sick, but is a little better, this week. Mr and Mrs Lyman Lattin are both ill with grip. The Center school has closed for a week's vacation. The teacher, Mrs Nor ton, has gone to ber home in Essex. Percy Johnson and Mrs E. K. Morgan were guests at Charles Judaon's on Sun day ; also Mr and Mrs John Steve at A. S. Smith's and Harold Foote and Miss Minnie Vivian at E. S. Hawley's. Miss Henrietta J. Peet died at Walnut Tree Hill, Sunday, March 28, aged 66 years. She had been an invalid for some years and suffered mnch. The funeral of Mrs Benjamin Wooster was held at her late residence, Tuesday afternoon, March 23. Rev A.J. Park conducted the services and the pall bear ers were E. J. Buckingham, E. S. Haw ley, Frank Wells and Fred Beard. The interment was in Lawn cemetery. Tbe next meeting of tbe social temper ance anion will be held at the home of F. II. Potter, next .Wednesday evening, April 7. On account of sickness at the home of A. E. Crandall the last meet ing was held at tbe borne of S. T. Buck ingham and proved a very interesting meeting. James Mills is confined to the house with a sore foot, j Miss Lottie Potter is spending the week with friends in Waterbury. Mrs Bartlett is quite ill. Her sister, Mrs Noe, of Bridgeport, spent Sunday with her. " WHITE HILLS AND VICINITY. Arthur Johnson, of Mechanicsville, N. Y., is spending a few days with friends on the Hill. Miss Sarah Shelton is home for a short vacation. Miss Anna Dimon returns to her school this week. E. C. Upton is moving into Bennett Frenche's tenement house. The next meeting of tbe Y. P. S. O. E. will b3 held at the church, Sunday even ing, April 4. Miss Georgia Tomlinson will be leader and the subject will be "Lessons from Christ's miracles." All are invited. WEST REDDING- ; CHURCH INTERESTS. 'The Long Ridge Methodist church, which has been undergoing extensive re pairs for a long time, is now completed. The reopening was March 23. Rev Mr Wilson of Stamford preached at 10 30 a. m. He took for bis text the 16th chap ter of Matthew and the 18th verse. The afternoon service -commenced by the choir singing an anthem assisted by ; the winter in Barrington. Messrs A; Bresson and F. Hall of Dan bury. The ministers present were Rev Mr and Mrs Stuart, who have If! BRIDGE STREET, NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS And Fancy Silks, are what we want to call your attention to now We have many choice pattern goods, no two alike, and ot these goods we purchase no duplicates. We carry a large line olhlack dress goods in plain end lancy efl' cts. For instance, yon can buy a 36-in all wool serge lor 25c yd ; a 46 inch all-wool Serge for 39o; and a bean til ol quality ol 50-ln fine all wool serge for 50c yd. In WASH DRESS GOODS Coided Dimities are the goods ev ery lady wants. Just note the. prices, 5, 10 and 12 1 2c yd. We ais- have the plain colored linings tor these Summer goods. A fine silk finished Crinoline at 10c yd; Plain Lawn at 12 12c yd; aud an extra fine Percaline at 15c yd We make a specialty of rr.ady made SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES. A fine Hem-stitched case. 45x36 ches, 15c each; 50x36 inches, each; 54x30 inches, 20c each. QUINN& SCOTT, 161 Main Street, DANBURY, CONN. SEE THAT CURVE ? That Double Roller Chain tolves the problem. Less friction, mors speed, no shortening, bind ing or mud choking', no noise. KEATING GRANDS, S100 00. The Grands come in black, maroon and royal purpls enamel, striped with gold, and have the eelebrated roller chain. The Keating for $75 is equal to any other $100 wheel. I have a few '99 Crescents, a inch wheels, far $35, new and up to date. Also agent f r Sterling, Waverley, Stearns. Eagle sad Relay Kicyoles. Call and save money, before baying elsewhere. ARTHUR S. HAWLEY, Newtown, Conn- It. J. Beach, the pastor, Rev Mr Pills bury of Redding and Rev Mr Wilson of Stamford. Rev R. J- Beach and mother were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Todd, last Friday, and they were the guests of Mr and Mrs R. H. Holmes on Sunday. Rev Mr Wilson and wife of Stamford were the guests of Mr and Mrs W. S. Griffin over Sunday. Walter Porter of Rhode Island has been visiting his sister, Mrs Arthur Todd. SHERMAN. Tf. O. T. U. NOTES. Mrs McKnigbt conducted the devotio nal exercises at the meeting, last week, giving some reference to tbe free will offerings the amount being nearly $3. It was decided that the next meeting should be the annual, which bas been unavoidably postponed on account of sickness and recent bad traveling. Tbe county pre8ident,Mrs C. S. Barnum, will undoubtedly be present at that meeting. " AN EXCELLENT RECORD. . There is a lad in our town, of 14 sum mers, who has not missed attending church and Sunday school since one year ago last November. Who can beat that record in Sherman? The "Ready To Do" circle is to have a sociable in the near future, at which time there will be a sale of useful articles ; also literary exercises. Tbe "Dorcas" society Is filling tbe third barrel of clothing since last fall. Remember the. motto, "Gather up the fragments that nothing be lost." Mr and Mrs Charles Evans have re turned to tbeir old homes having spent been E. H. BEERS & CO. Possibly you do not know our stock of Shoes is the largest and most np to date in town our new line of spring: styles just received. We hava soma bargains that are bound to captivate. Men's Tan Shoes in the latent chocolate col or, 1.50, 2 00, 2.50, 3.00. Men's Kangaroo shoes 3.00. Men's Vicl Kid Shoes S.00. l adies' dongola button patent tip shoes 9Sc pair, regular 10 kind. Ladies' hit?u cut rubbers, new goods, 25c pr. Ladies' dongola patent tip lace shoe, with the new dime toe, extra value at 2 00 pair. Ladies' kid patent Ud Oxlord ties, 75c pr. Ladies' patent leather opera slipper, 1.25 pr. Ladies' chocolate goat Oxford Ties, 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50. New Spring goods arriving every day. Come in and look.even if you are not ready to buy, you will receive as courteous treat ment here when looking as when purchasing. NEWTOWN, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! -AT- T. HsikWIiIEilf & CO.'S Agents fir Oliver Chilled, Syracuse, National. Yankee and Mead's Chilled Syracuse, National, Yankee and Mead's Chilled Plows Thompson's Grass Seeder, the Monarch Steel Weeder, Aepiuwall Potato Planter. Wheel and Steel Tooth Harrows, Adriance Buckeye Mower, Tiger Horse Rakes, Bollard Hay Tedders; alsn General Hardware, Manufacturers' Supplies, Machinists' and Carpenters' Tools- Call and see us and we will please you. 397-401 Water St., Bridgeport, Ct. 491 MAIN ST., BRIDGEPORT, CONN. under the skillful treatment of Dr Dolan, are both slowly convalescing. W. B. Hungerford and wife spent last Sunday in Danbury. Miss Nela Gelston is home from Drew seminary, Carmel, on her vacation. Miss Williams is to teach the private school in the south part of the Woolsey bouse. Mr Hawley has engaged Albert Red oing for a year to draw his freight from the station. Marshal Osborne is removing his house hold effects to Havlland Hollow. Ernest Byer bas decided to remain in i he house where he is living. - William Davis has been appointed com mittee in Second district, in place of George Barnum, who has resigned. Marshall Osborne, with his family, moves, this week, to Patterson, oq'Jm a farm in Havlland Hollow. Miss Lillian Mallory ia vlsltinsr Mrs George Tabor of Dover Furnace. Susan Washburne is at home again,and will soon commence the summer term of the Center school.; George Osborne has been very ill with pneumonia, bat at present writing is moi e comfortable. Mr and Mrs George Chad wick have moved into tbeir new home near George Durgy's. , ' We understand tbat the select school, which is to open, this spring, witb Miss Williams of Danbury as teacher, will not be held as formerly in the old red "Acad emy" on the corner, tbat picturesque old building witb its moss covered roof and gaping windows ; bat In the bouse owned SHELTON. Think' otjit, 2.00 Shoes for 125, for a time we will offer a special purchase Men's plain toe ba!s at tbe above price- Remember this Is not a sale ot o 'ds and ends, nor old stock to get rid of, but a new styli, just received in all sizes. Men's hgb cut rubber shots, C&ndee make, new goods, tSc per pair. Men's perfection bicycla shoe, made from Kangaroo, very soft to tbe toot, soles ot elk skin which are impervious io the rat trap pedal, ti pair. Men's rubber boots, S2.25 pair. Men's hip fishing boots, i pair. Boys' rubber boots i pair. BSEZeS 5c CO. CONN. by Dr Hubbell, better known as the Woolsey place. r k Arthur Briggs has secured a place for the coming year with Howard Allen of Pawling. STEVENSON- Mrs Charles Doolittle of Wallingford is visiting with her sister-in-law, Mrs William Jordan, this week. Mrs Howard Stevens gave a tea party to young lady friends, Tuesday after noon. Connecticut Jottings. THE DAN BCRr ELECTION. The democrats carried tbe day Io tbe election in Danbury on Monday, electing their ticket by 700 majority. Tbe" suc cessful candidates were : Mayor, Charles Kerr; city clerk, Walter K. Olmstead; treasurer. Morris Meverr (Dunlway; sheriff, W. H. Lynch. The democrats also elected four couocilmen and two aldermen. OASTOHIA. TBsfie- tcsstars ... f T Si"-1, COKTIVTJE TO SELL-White 3U ittirol: bet P. It . luiu uuui bu.ck n exaausted, at at 7 per June Peas, 80 can: Lima tk-ans. So can . Moluwj 37c gl; Sarly plnecnrnwo can; tuah tuul beat dairy and able (.all Mc; beat rolled oat S I So txr 10; ftilbac utrartortl Kv- rvin.ng in like pro. par ion. block mast be sold preparatory to removal. STEPNET DEPOT, coxs.