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STAFFORD SPRINGS, CONN.
- TkHrinr vniHr, Aqrll 5, 1883. jamgh McLaughlin, publisher. tl.SO per year Postage prepaid by the pub lisher., A discount of 35 cents wade when payment la made stbicti.t is abtikci. , "Thb Pkess" this week appears -with a new anil abbreviated, head. 'The shorten iag does not imply that it ' is to be any the less a Tplland County, paper, but the fact that there, "were three papers in the coun ty which had Tolland-Couuty as part of their titles . made a confusion in identity which ..hfts been an annoyance in various ways; So we leave to our younger breth ren the part of the title which had been common to all of lis, and make our own more disti active.. . : Gov. Hubbakd nia.ie a thrilling speech in the representatives' hall at the state Cap itol last week i favor of the proposed me. morial statute to Nathan Hale, and "there is little doubt that the work will be order ed at once. One of the niches over the east entrauca will no doubt be utilized for the purpose. Robeson of New Jersey wants to be postmaster-general. - Mr. President, we, tha people, object Same as regards Frank llatto:). - Superior court convenes on Tuesday next at Tolland. Judge Loomis will pre side. Peter Coo pee, the philanthropist, died yesterday 92 years of age. Political. The city elections at the west have generally gone democratic. The temperance question came in most of them. Rhode Island yesterday went re publican.giviug Bourne 3,000 mojority over Sprague, and over 2,000 over all. Hon. Lbvbbett E. Pease of Somers died at his home yesterday of pneumonia, and his funeral will be attended at his late residence to-morrow afternoon. Mr. Pease was secretary of state in 1866 and 1867, and was a prominent and highly respected citizen of his town, where he will be great ly missed. ' It has been noticeable this sesson (of the state legislature) that nearly every bill which was debated at any length in the house has been defeated. Hartford Cour ant. Good ! serves the chinners right ; for it is pretty certain that the votes went to the side that furnished the shortest speeches. Thb republicans carried the Hartford city election on Monday by about 250 ma jority, getting 10 of the 16 aldermen and 18 of 34 councilmen. The city officers elected are Charles C. Strong, republican, treasurer; John E. Higgins, democrat, clerk ; John T. Peters, democrat, auditor ; Thomas Longdon, republican, marshal. The republicans having put the names of the two democrats elected upon their ticket. New York has an abundant water sup ply in its great Croton watershed and stor age system, but nas not sumfeient pipe service for supplying it to the city. When the Croton water works were built the growth of the city to a population of one million and a half was not anticipated neither was the great increase in the use of water by families of these modern times taken into account. Consequently the service which was ample thirty years ago is very much too- small now. Not only tnat, but the city s supply coming: through only one aqueduct, should any serious dis aster befall tnat, the entire absence of wa ter from the city might ensue, which even for a day would produce most alarming and unfortunate results. This year the legislature is discussing a bill for the con struction of a new aqueduct as a principal auxiliary to the present one. It is estimat ed that the proposed work will cost about $oou,uuu per mne, ana tne reservoir and dams about $5,000,000, thus making the entire cost about $o.8,uuu,UUO, or, perhaps, more. One of the most peculiar cases ever tried in .Boston was commenced Monday mom mg in the superior court. It is a suit to recover $5,000 damages from Rev. John H. Fleming and Archbishop Williams, both of the Catholic church of that dio cese, , brought- by the parents of Lizzie Ganson. The latter, in 1879, was a child of thirteen, and was attacked with a ner vous disorder, which had a peculiar effect upon ner mental condition. She became greatly infatuated with some cuts of im ages taken from a paper, which she said were angels sent by her brother, who was dead. Father Fleming was sent for, and ne nnaiiy took the images and kept them. refusing to return them. The girl f ell into such paroxysms . that the physicians thought the images should be returned to her to enable her 1o remain alive. ' Both Father Fleming: and Archbishop Williams. however, refused to return them, and this suit was therefore brought for damages. Waterbury American : Connecticut may not be prepared for prohibition just yet ; nevertheless, no word, no blow for. the right is ever in vam, ior numan enorts for the elevation of manhood, for the protection of men from misery and vice are. ever in the line of God V efforts, and in the Divine providence there can be no waste of effort. We do riot believe in prohibition parties : -i ... u"i ., if i.' no wyj ucucio jlu wuoietjujuo puuuc senti ment, and we trust that, the prohibition sentiment may-grow without regard to party lines, or political entanglements. Sunset Cox's friends profess- to "believe that he has now a clear lead in the race for the speakership. . Orie'of their arguments is that since the foundation of the govern ment rnew xoric nas had but one speaker John.W. Taylor, who succeeded Henry Clay and. who laid down the gavel in 1827. uunou&iy enough, Mr. Oox is a kinsman of his. ; - A democrat who has been traveling thro' Virginia reports that the readjusters will undoubtedly carry the state at the next . election. He was surprised at the strength oi oenator manone s ex-confederate follow ing, andr he found the straight-out (bour bon) democrats rery despondent over ,the outlook; - ... - v Conversation 'was carried on between New "York and the Chicago stock-yards 940 miles, over the Postal telegraph coml pany'a line last Thursday, and the Chicago man -was heard and easily understood in New York, but had difficulty in "under standing what the New York man said;' ' -. . : 7c" . . . . ; , 'A double powder mill at Hazardville, containing 400 pounds of powder, blew up Monday morning "wjth such force as to send 0-4000-pound -bed-wheel a long dis tance ; t88K.:$2Q00.i Had the explosion happened jlQ minutes later ".there i.would have been tiJejableiossfirfQ.,, -. Several thousand people passed over the Brooklyn bridge Sunday afternoon,-includ-ing about 600 hoodlums, whom the police were obliged to drive back to New York on account of their throwing planks, stones, etc., on to ferry boats and into the streets under the land approaches. It ia no uncommon thing in Florida to come across men wno nave sent to nortn ern markets from 100,000 to 200,000 or anges,, ibis winter now ending -getting therefor $3,UUU to $e,uuu. A u year-oia tree, well cared for, will bear, in one season, from 4,000 to 7,000 oranges. Those of oar reader desiring a permanent situation and good pay, might read the advertisement "MIEN WANTED," in another column. . . . . CROUP The Only Reliable Remedy for G3S& CROUP And aJl clts- THROAT m unuur uih arths Indorsed by Physicians. Used by thousands. It will core you. No opium in a. jtoiners, yon cam coroner that dreadful foe, Crottp, with It. Bar it on hand, ndsare the child. Soliiby lTosglsts. Borne In Bockville, March 27th, a son to A. N. Belding. ; Died. In Somers, 4th, Hon. Leverett E. Pease,64. Funeral from late residence on Friday at 1 o'clock p. m. In Hartford, 3d, Mrs. Eliza C. Gardner, formerly of Stafford Springs. . In Rockville, 3d, "Stephen Connors, 48. In Monson, Samuel H. Davis, 76. In Bockville, March 29th, Abner S. Bow ers, 59. In Ellington, March 27th, Anna Thompson, 83. In Dana, Mass., March 29th,' Henry R, Pomeroy, 39, formerly of Somers. tTABBISON BBO'S. WHITB LEAD. 1JL Urooklru WHITE LEAD. Lowest price at J3. A. BVVK. tc CO. 20 20 YEARS 1,000 SOLD ! 20 YEARS i,ooo SOLD! YEARS 1,000 SOLD! MOKE than 1,000 SEWING MACHINES SOLD BY MEDBERY. THE VET ERAN SEWING MACHINE MAN ! 247 WHITE MACHINES S47 WHITE MACHINES DURING THE LAST FOUR YEAES ! EVERYBODY SATISFIED 1 NOW WE HAVE SOMETHING NEW : THE LATEST IMPROVED WHITE! First car-load received this week. Most wonderful mechanism ever invented. Absolutely self-threading. Can be threaded quicker in Egyptian darkness than any other machine in broad daylight. Noise less and light running. It most be seen to be. appreci ated. Don't take the risk of baying a Machine until yon have seen this wonderful IMPROVED WHITB. Shall have them on exhibition after the 6th of April in all styles of cabinet work. Also the HOUSEHOLD MACHINE in all styles. It needs no commendation. It ranks among the best. YOUE3, A. April 5th, 1883. MEDBERY. $4,000 $4,000 WORTH OF AT COST AND LESS, FOR CA AT SHAHAN'S FOR 30 DAYS ONLY. Goods somewhat out of style 1 and Droken Lots Fearfully Slaughtered ! As Follows : 12 Pairs Miss1 - coat $1.50. 12 Pairs , Miss1 r $1.50. Serge Button for Sl.OO, Fox Laced for Sl.OO, cost 12 Pairs Miss' Pox Button for $1.15, cost $1165. ... . j. 12 Pftina T.;w Cloth, cap toed, Sl.OQ, cost $1.50.' : lO Pairs Ladies' -Fox Kid IWtm Aft no COSt $5.00. : - - - Vi- 6 Pairs Ladies' Fox Kid N. P. Ties. 1 -OO. cost$2.00. . . ,-, : . . . . 10 Paiw Wass' Gpat Button Ties, 60c., cost ouc. . . - ; , , . 6 Pairs Men's Box Toe Boots, $3.00, cost $4.50. - - - These ) chances do not often occur in Staf ford. Come in time and procure for your- yourselves bargains in any goods in the stare. Men's, Boys',Ladiea and Misses' BASE LACE' BUTTON SHOES, f best quality and style, Tery low. ; Bespectfully.o., riCQUGH Um CROUP and Ml 00 EED OATS. E. A. BUCK Sc CO. EOB SALE. A good farm horse for sale. -- Inquire of ALVA BROWN, Utafford Hollow ERANK E. CONVERSE, House Paviater mnd Paper Hssrr. QNION SEBO-YeUow Denvers $1.50 : per bushel, Long's Wethersfleld Red U0. .jL.. . K. JLt HVVla t'Ui NOTICE. All persons liable to pay taxes in the town of Union.on list of 188. are hereby notified that I will be at the Town Hall in said town on Saturday, May 5th,' and on Monday, June' 4th, from 1 to 4 d. m. of each day, tor. the purpose of re- eeivinir said taxes. Interest ; at me rate oi per cent charred per annum, and costs for collection, will be on all taxes not paid on or before June 4th, 1883. Union, March 88th, 1888. ;. . W. G. ELLIS. I would respeetfallj call the attention of say cus tomers, and the public generally, to the fallowing Oeoda. iust receeWed. whicb I offer at following prices until sold ne discount, and I em eouyinced they are the beat bargains I hate trer been able te otter: . j . 8 Chests of BLACK TEA, which I offer at 33e. per ln. and which I pledge yon is as good a Tea as aar Ton erer bought in this town at anr price less than TSe. SAMPLES FRIK. It costs you nothing to prore what I say; Xecollect, I do not ask yon to buy a poind of it until yen have tried it at my expense. 35 Boxes of Thre Orown Loose JTIUSCATEI.Li RAISINS at 12e. th, The best bargain in Saisins I erer had. 40 Kits Good Family EL, at 98c. per Kit. M ACKER- 3 bbls. of No. 1 Portland SALT UKBBING at4c. l. 2 bbls.Good MACKEREL, at 8c.lb. 300 quarter-box ltcptrbeit SARDINES at 50 one bushel sacks of as srood a ALT as there is manufactured at C0. per sack, . ALSO A FULL AND COMPLITK STOCK OF Groceries & Provisions AT REAB01TABLB PSICBS. A NICE LINE OF CA1VIVEI GOODS, Beat Tematoei, at lSe. Per Can tl.50 Per Dos. A Good Cammed Corn, lee. A 'GOOD STOCK OF .t DRIED FRUITS. ETaporated Peaeaea and Apples, Dried Apple, Prunes both Xetrkteh and Frenen, PrnnelU, Currants, Flga, Dates, Ac.i &e. Also Nice Oranges, Lemons. Grapes AND OTHER FRUITS in their season. . FRklH SPINACH received every week. A GOOD STOCK OP ; J3 Ha O XJ R! Both ST. LOUIS and HAXHALL Bought before the recent advance, which I am willing to divide with you. - W. O. ELLIS. One Desirable Tenement to Rent. Inqnire at store of . W.G.ELLIS JNCREASE YOUR INCOME Tan yean experianos with Farm Mortgage Bonds demonstrates tkia form of iavastment as being worthy the attention of the most oonserratiT. " Bains ' in denominations of $200 to $5,000, all olaasea oan be aocommo dated. The rate of interest being 6 to 7 per cent, or doable that of Government Bonds, making them nnnenally attractive. I am agent fer the following old and relia able eompanies : t Kansas Loan & Trust Co., Western 'Farm Mortgage Co., Iowa JLoan Trust Co., Nebraska Loan & Trust Co., Middlesex Banking Co., Bnrnham, Tilleys & Co. Shall be pleased to furnish any desired information in relation to this form of in vestment, -with testimonials. . J: P. OHAMBERLIN. Stafford Springs, January, 1883. ARE YOU ENTITLED TO Government Pension ? Consult L J. F.CHA9IBERLIN. "VRDER OF NOTICE. State of Connecti J cut. county of Tolland, es. Vernon March 89th. A. D., 1883. ! i: i Upen the application ot thft "Stafford Telephone Company," a corporation duly constituted under the laws of the state; and having its principal bnsinesa in the town of Stafford, in 'said Tolland County, at a stockholders meeting duly and legally called and held at said town of Stafford, on the 88th day ot March, A. P., 1883, ot said corporation, did, by a ma jor vole of the stockholders of said corporation, vote to discontinue its bosiness-and - distribate its capital stock among its stockholders, and to wind np its a- xairs. It appearing to, and heiag found by. the subscrib ing authority, that, at a stockholders meeting, duly and legally held in said town of Htafford, on the 88th day of March, A. D., 1889, that the stockholders- of the "Stafford Telephone Company," by a majority of said stockholders did legally vote : to discontinue its business, and to distribute Its capital 6tock among the stockholders, and to wind up its affairs, therefore ordered Tbat.notice to ail creditors of said "Stafford Telephone Company" be given to the creditors of said corporation to present their claims against said corao ration to its aireciors, on or, oerore me ist any of September, A. D., 1888, by publishing this order in i order in irinred in the 'Tolland county resa," a newspaper pr Stafford, six weeks sueceaslvely, commeS em ig on or before the 13th day of April, A. l)., ldb. DWIQHT LOOMIS, a Judge of ., the . Superior Court of the 8tat of Connecticut. . -- ' ) 6aw THE snbaorlber has. on band fully 100 m ft' Oak, Chestnut and Pine Logs, most of them full length as cut in woods, and is prepared to saw to order anything you may need in his line. Seasoned Mne Plank Boards and: Shtngles jor e. Respect fully yours, E. W. BROOKS. OK MA LB irok of bten and turning lat fesat1 lathe. Also pasture to jet. ; WlUUigtont MBS.J. n jAwur. WE 8HALL OFFER ALL OF OUR ;v,-.... At Reduced Irices. Special Bargains in TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS. TOWELS, Brown Bleached and Half Bleached COTTONS. Also a Fall Lin ofBlaek Cashmeres, at Tery low prioas. Call and examine and get prices. Yours, Ao., - A. W. WALKER & CO. Rockwell's Block, . Stafford Springs. RICHMOND STOVE CO., XV NORWICH, CONN., MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED RiGhmonfl: Ranges, Throagh their SOLE AGENT FOB STAFFORD ANTHONY ADAMS, GARY BUILDING, Offer a Fall line of their product, among which are the Richmond College, , TRIUMPH, New Richmond And Thames Ranges. A GOOD, NEW, SERVICEABLE Family Range for $10 And other styles proportionately. Have ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS con stantly on hand. t9"0all and examine. TRUHTKFS SALH of FOUR SETT - WOOLEN MILL PP MACHINERY SHOD DY MILL AND MACHINERY FLOCK MILL AND MACHINERY and other property by Auction: Will be sold by public auction on the premises, on the lOth day mt April, 1883, at 11 o'clock a m., in Stafford vl 1 1, Jottn.,-the property of j. A. uoiNVitKSii a cju., ana ot is. a. converse, and is described as follows : One Four Sett Stone Woolen Mill, four stories, 90X85. One Stone Picker House, 40x23. One Wood Store House, 40x18. One Wood Wool House, 46x19. One Dye House, 61x25. One Boiler House and Dye House, 111x22. 19 feet Fall, with improved machinery suitable for making all-wool Goods. Heated by steam with a 45 norse-power Doner. Two Tenement Houses with T tenements. Said mill has keen running up to first of March, 1883. on Camraeres. Also one ancle Shoddy Picker House, with suitable machinery for making fine Shoddy. Also Flock Mill and Water Power, with Storage Room. Property of E. A. CONVERSE as follows : No. 1 3 acres of Pasture and Mowing. No. 940 acres of Sprout Land. -No. 3 13 acres of Sprout Land. No. 4 10 acres of Sprout Land. One Dwelling House with two large tenements. Also a considerable amount of Personal ProDertv The above property will be sold to the highest bid der. No postponement on account of weather. D.F. FA1RMAN, Trustee. your At SHALL! A General VARIETY STOCK GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, , GLOVES, MITTENS, Ac. Diaries for- 1883. PERFITltlKS, . ; j TOILET ARTICLES, STATIONERY' CONFECTIONERY, If I7T8, . . V - PIPES, CIGARS, etc NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Gr OOD NEWS ! Good News GREAT FALL IN" PRICK OF St. Iouis Plouf; Extra St. Louis Floor; made from New Wheat, seven dollars per barrel. , . ' , New Roller Process St. Louis do'from old wheat! Washburn fc. Crosby's Minnesota Haxhall and other brands, atgreatly Reduced Prices. : A L. W CRANE. 7fl MTF I! SALESf.1 E II . Toaanvassforthe sale of Nursery Stock. Lneqnaled facUtUes. No experience required. Salary and expen- - ses paid. 500 acres of Fruit ana urnameniai xrees. Shrubs. Boseaetc ' 1. V. AT. SMITH. Nurserymen, Geneva, If . T. ARTESIAN yfELW,;; Sank In Bck Earth, to tOO Feet, wlthont lsicrcnae tf Coat por foot OLD WELLS PUT DOWN without taking up. CrThese Wells furnish the Best of Water.; Sir. face Drainage, Ravts, Toada,and Worn effectually shut out.: . . , . " SHfCt llOtVOISSd BtaSord Springs Const. GOODS Jjv DENHAM & ftON, BROWN'S BLOOK. vTe sail special attention to the New Stock of Largest "took of any previous year. An early purchase is desirable, as the best pat terns will go very soon. DRESS GOODS IK GREAT VARIETY. CLOAKS, FELT SKIRTS, And BLANKETS at Wholesale Prices. UNDERWEAR at Reduced Prices. TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, PRINTS, CAMBRICS, GINGHAMS, Ac, &. LACE GOODS, BUTTONS, RIBBONS. CORSETS, HOSIERY and GLOVES. Thankfully yonra. H. DENHAM & SON. E. PUFFER, AT- Central Hall Shoe Store, Takes this manner of informing the people f Stafford and vicinity that he carries a atoek ot Boots, ; Rubbers, r ? Slippers, And goods usually found in a First Class Shoe Store SECOND TO NONE IN TOLLAND COUNTY. And ha OAN and WILL sell them at less prices and : profit than any house in town or oat. A call win convince the most incredulous. He is lead to believe that 83 years experUnee in business ought to make him a oapable judge of good leather and workmanship. REPAIRING and NEW WORK promptly at- ended .to and neatly tnished. Particular attention j paid to tender feet. Tours, E. PUFFER. CONGDON Is better prepared to do all kinds of Picture Framing Than ever before Oall and see bis samples of Mouldings. The 5c and 10c Counters Have jnat been Re-Stooked with a Full Line of TIN WABE and USEFUL ARTICLES. H. T. CONGDON, Central Hall BM, STAFFORD SPRINGS. gOOTS and SHOES. Lewis' Cash Shoe Store IS THE PLACE WIIERE Y0C GET THEM. . GLOVE FITTING, LOW PRICED, ! GOOD WEARING. EVERY P Aril WARRANTED. SPECIAL PRICES ON MEN'S CALF and KIP BOOTS. -. MB. COBB is retained, and will be glad to sea his friends of Somers and vicinity. HEIVRY SLEW1S, Successor to C. M. Boyington, V 417 STATE STREET, pringrfteld., - WTa.s. " ' . fimartw ONION SEED, Jrrm Red WUimfield. BOTlb. t (0 DuvmYellowOlotM, " 1.50 Sosthpwt Bed Olob., " 1.60 , , ieuuw vtw iw ynlte Globe, " S.60 Pew, lMdlng vnfMlM, Wttom prlcM, plnMll, new,, very large fuia pnunf pIedlf,aocp-lb.taOperl00.AdA ; If cent, per lb. If to be tent bym.il. FRANK S. PIiATT, Beeiiuii New HstvesbOc. T ToUand, March 21, 1883. W HEBE my wife, isarah Mm. bas left my te4 and board, and deserted me, I hereafter refuse to pay any bills of her contracting, and forbid all persons trusting kffijffi account NDBE. Ladies dtinrg tb- serviboa of a competent nurse during confinement, should address MRS. JOSEPH M. NICHOLS, Westford. Ct. -kill HARDWARE, Doors, Sash and Blinds, E. A. BUCK & CO. Brooklyn White Lead, Harrison Bros. JLead, SEEDS. Sweet Oil, Varnishes, Colors Dry, Colors in Oil, AGENT Rough and Ready Mixed Paints, Hussey's Horse Hoes. War da worth, Martnez & Longman's Mix'd Paints, WILL SAVE LABOR Lard Oil, Caster Oil, CALL AND Machine Oil, Kerosene Oil, HERE is some thing which interests eve ry tax-payer and every man who val- u e s good roads. BROOK'S Patent KOA0 Si RAPfcR will make better roads than can be made with other tools. and at one half the ex p e n s e - w u e re ve i you can ge dirt by th roadside to repair with. 'i bis is true, and I will eruarantee it. Think of it 1 Ton order a Scrapar and tr i .. , . m, . or three days, with an ingenious man to work it, send yon can wit a other tools, i will lane it away, icon mutit send ior me wuiiin su flays or it win be sold. The only risk to you is the freight to your place. Now, consider 1 Should I ask ordsrs on such terms if I could not do what I say I can ? that if, to work twice as fast as other tools, especially on narrow, stony, mountain roads. We never use a plow except where the dirt is packed, and then but one furrow. Price of Scraper $140. Ten dollars extra for Iron Axle. Scraper alone a50. Carriage alone 9Q. It can be worked wltn or wit Dour, tne carriage, i nere nave Deen iour scrapers got up ana pateutea, cut in avoiaing the pa tent thev have lost the best use of it, especially where turf and stones are in the way. If you want aScrsDer. and will pay for it on delivery, you may have an Iron Axle for l'i-"V ; Wood Axle fer Si 1.1. For testimo nials, references, etc., address JAM13- ft UBOOks, Stallora Sprla, Conn. (JENTLEMEN ! gSSSg ssss8 sssss TTTT T T T T AT (OPPOSITE DEPOT), and Spring Suits, Hats, CENTRAL CLOTHE Which we are daily receiving from the best manufacturers in the country, and which WILL BE SOLD AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. iSrCome early and get the largest variety to select from. Our connection with the Dover Clothing Co. enables us to fit all irregular forms with CUSTOM-MADE GOODS at a trifling advance in cost above ready-made, and a PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. It will pay to look over their samples of Woolens before ordering a suit. Many of them are elegant. We continue to make specialties of BERKSHIRE IRON-BOUND PANTS and OVERALLS and DENHAM'S PATENT SHERTS. DEIVIIVIM fc LEIaCH. CJARPETS! (JIL CLOTHS! INDOW SHADES! and J3APER HANCINCS ! Gr. H. BAKER & CO. Offer the largest stook ever shows in town, comprising some fine designs. -OUR FURNITURE, Never was more complete. Call and examine, THE PJSICES ARE RIGHT. E. K.. TAFT, -DEALER Di'iiiTS ami Toilet Soaps, Perf iiixier'y, Hhoulder Bracesi, Trussies, Sponges, All Kinds of Drnists' Sundries, Usually W in a First-Class Drug Store. Physicians' jrencription cnrefu'.ly compounded and orders Answered with care nnd dis patoh. The public will find'our stock of medicines complete, warranted genuine and of ho hptif qnali'y. ' IRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE. All Kinds of Property INSURED AT MODERATE RATES, ty . C. P. HARWOOD. at WtlTi-i ISat'l Bank. XJOTIOE - AM prBi a ll-hlo tn pv tax-8 li in the town of Ashford, on list of 1888. are here by notified that I will be at the store of Lynns & Chapman for the porpone of receiving said taxes, on Monday, April 9th. 188S. from S o'clock a m. till m. I als at the hotel of Newell Delphia from 1 o'clock p. m till 8 o'clock p. m. on said day ; also at the house of Charles Brett, from 8 o'clock p. m. till 6 o'clock p. m. on said day. - An addition of percentaire and cost for collection will be made on all taxes not paid on or before the first Monday in My, 1883 STEPHEN D. CURTIS, Collector. Ashford, March 19th, 1883. HOKOUGH OF STAFFORD SPRINGS. COLLECTOR'S NOTIOK. All persons liable to pay taxes in the Borough of Stafford Springs, on 1M of 188?,, are hereby nqtied that I will be. in attend ance for the receipt of the same at my stare. n Kpek well's Block on Monday, April 8a, aud eaph day thereafter until April 20rh. Taxes are due March 30th; if paid on or before April 80th, are subject" to a dis count of S per cent; after that date and nntil May sntb must be paid in full ; afur Ma 80th 1 per cent er month will be added for the nse of the Borough, and additional fees charged for colleclinir. d J, GALLIVAN. Collect. Stafford Springs, Conn.. March, 89 1883. . B AtiED QAY kpt cormteptly in stock by MFO'8 8UPPiI8v Iron and Steel, Wagon Axles, ; Wagon Springs, 1 Horse Shoes, Horse Shoo Nails, Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Horse Hoes, Shovels, Spades, Horse Rakes, FOR Weather Vanes, Seed OatS, ONE MAN. Grass Seeds, Pumps, Iron, EXAMINE. Brass, Rub. Bucket, oix can, and if von are aot satisfied after a trial of two for nu-, and if I can not work twice a fast with it as OO O O O O O O OO PPP ?PP P P THE- examine the Superb Lines of Neckwear, k, k, STOCK OF- BEDDING, &c, as it is always a pleasure to us to show our good. Yours, &c, G. H. BAKER & CO. STAFFOKD SPR1KGS, IN- ( Oll.li:i;TtKv.N Tl'E. A. xr. sons liable to pay taxes in Stafford, on list Oct. 1882, are hereby notified that I will meet them to re- At Post Office, West Stafford, April 14th, 1883, from 10 a. m tiM 9 p. n. At Parsou's News Offlon, Stafford Springs, Apvil 9th, 16th and 19th. from 10 a. m. to 8 p m. each dtty. Wool Shop, Orcuttville, April 17th, from to 18 a. ra. A. 8. Eaton's store, Staffordville, April 10th and 18th. from 10 a. m. to 8. p. m. At the Town House, Stmtord Hollow, April ITth. from 1 to 8 p. m., and April 80th. from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. . . . WBy vote of the tnwn "the tanes are doe March 80th. and if paid on or before April 80th, 6 per cent, will be discounted.'' After April VOth. costs for col lection will be charged, and interest, at rate of per pent per annuin. O 8 ADAMS, Collector. " .7T l ' T ,- lANfCBfi Hv .TiwariktiViu ' "?rt-i1rii V ' past ton years npon myself and others, I am now prepared to, remove' Cancers, and rive fatlsfacHon. i'harees reasonable. CARLOS FROBXX. Stafford Ppilnpa. Jan. 8, 1883. FOIt SAIiK-A to.MHt top CarriHg with pole and shafts in fint class order. Also a nfftry nearly nw. . . V.H.S1UTH HOUSE,