Newspaper Page Text
' Fxjbmcttos Some idea, of - the extent : 'ef this branch of business as now carried -pir in Boston, Van tie obAinea. . l?y visiting the ware rooms at Paine'a manufactory oa Canal street. Boston. : This is. one. of the largest in the country, "with show rooms, covering acres of floor .. room, stocked with every k. variety of house furniture at manufacturers and import- era prices, wnicn save aoous one uura tne re tail price to their customers. . . The Girls' Library Club will have a good platform made for dancing at the li brary benefit sociable to-morrow (Friday)" evening. The grounds at Woodlawn have been kindly put at their disposal, and the ingenuity of the ladies will be exercised to make as many and as great attractions as possible, and make their visitors well sat isfied with whatever expeaditures they may make. Bemeniber if stormy on Fri day evening will be postponed until Mon day evening following., , . The large egg record is sent up to bjxsj inches in measurement. Rev. C. S. Nash of the Hartford Sem inary, preached at the Congregational church last Sunday. The effects .of vaca tion season was seen in the choir , which only numbered two singers beside the or ganist at each service. V ' jpuisaeii s nsn market is being re moved to East-Main-st. Monday's showr was timely and needed. It la very seldom that so much thunder and lightning accompanies rain in this village, as owing to the formation of the ground or other causes it is not of ten that a shower passes directly over it usually diverging to the north or south as it rises. . Seth C. Eaton, whose sudden decease in this village on Tuesday will shock many menos wno read this papr, was born in Tolland in 1832, but spent most of his adult life in WiUington. He was' son of Dr. J. C. Eatou,'who removed from ''Tol land, to . Stafford a few years since. " Mr. Eaton in early life was a merchant at Wil lington depot, having for -his - partner his father-in-law Ira Johnson,' Esq. "While thus engaged in business he was also railroad station agent, and . much of the time Judge of Probata for the Tolland A ? I j. mil , " ABunuiu tutXJLiutr oi me uonsreca. -" - . - httntia-v RT.pvrm?a . ZrXZ Y m.cuaP: Eev. Dr. Spring of Nebraska will ilZgn rach aifthe Cogrelational church next w T i i iiiio, v. Sunday. ; t , : w ' H. Baker was chosen as her successor. .., , - Universalis! chuch i Morning ser- : -A.11 members of the Girls' Library vice will be resumed at the usual hour: jmu iu Buipowerea w verD&UT invite men nreae.ftinc hv tne "nan tor. j r - j .i . . . " " . xaiuuioo iuiu tuiy Liu uiey aesire to at tend the lawn party to-morrow evening, additional o those who receive invitations through the post office. List of letters remaining in the office at Stafford Springs Aug. 16th : -Miss Phebe D. Brown, Miss Ida J. Burnham, Isaac Bald win, Aaron Clemens,Mrs. Maria Chase", Mrs. F. V. Cuahman. Amorv Cobb. W, O. Eaton, John Higgins, Mrs. John Gairvie, J. Jr. Raymond, Miss M. L. Snow, Willis E. Wright, Henry J. Worthinarton. Gary Bros. BrODose to enlarcA than- business in baled hay and coal the com ing season. They have taken one of the stores in Rockwell's new East-Main-st building for an office, and give to the pub lic notice of intentions in another column. - basjb BAUi. -The'Willunantio papers speak of their club as the "home nine. When the nine ate all at home in what town can they uiaawr a quorum t . .. ' ' "v The Stafford clerks went to Eagleville on Saturday and beat, the Eaglevilles 15 toll. i The Staffords gave the Hazardvilles a second beating at Hazardville on Satur day, 11 to 9. ; The Willimantics beat the Norwich club at Willimantic on Thursday, 23 to 5, and the Mt Nebos of Manchester on Sat urday, 9 to 1. The Stafford game the Willimantic papers dismiss as unworthy of comment, but wasn't it about as well con- Pervona.lv. STAFFORD. the TVa anrnmnnUv Vim .t,d,mv.i tested as either of these. And the Staf- stirred up during a few days past by the iSP thfi,only amateur club in the lot coming to light of a most revolting act. , A ,7 e don doubt but there's money to back vounflr man named Dowsett. whn nunAfmm uxem against any nine of all Willimantic Norwich and has been for a few weeka am. Eloyed in Smith's meat market, enticed a ttle 8-years-old girl into the slaughter house, where he was at work, and, it is claimed, outraged her. The fact that he remained in town . afterward until visited by Moulton, in whose family the girl lived, and only left when when his indignant em ployer learning of the affair bounced him ; further that Moulton, her guardian, in stead of notifying the town authorities, saw the young man and. took $10 in settle ment, coupled with the lack of any defi nite information that the girl has suffered much physical injury, leads many to hone and think that the case is not so atrocious as has been reported, though at the best it ister is vi revolting cnaracccr, and we hope that some investigation may be had, and the offender held to fuller account. The child has been sent to its friends in Massachu setts, who may think the matter serious enough to demand this, 1 . . Hartford Courant s camp.' meetinuf cor respondence : rne grounds are very dusty, Rev. G. V. Maxham is spending week at Fisher's Island. - Miss Mary L Newton is at Edgecomb. Mrs. ' J. F. Chamberlin and daughters are at Edgecomb. H. G. Abel and wife are rusticating, at rsozran. Luther Eaton, while on a trip to his home at South' WiUington, ran his bicycle into a washed rut in the road and fell, a 11 ill ' dislocated elbow being the result. From the Stafford Springs House reg. COVENTRY. A. S. PAnna, Itocal Editor nd Bnslneas Agent. whom subscriptions and communications for . Register should be addressed. Te the uncommonly so for this season of the meet ing, and all are praying for rain. John district After retiring from the mercan- own of Stafford says "his tin kettle says tileAuBiness, he began the study- of- law mn- We noPe " wlU be a sure barome- continued a resident 'of Wllington nntil ll8hd its reputation as an accurate indi within the past year, when he removed to cator ?f the weather, and will have to : be this village, where he had lor. soma time .named our camp barometer." All signs had a law office. - He filled- some - erf the iail "Ja time but one has not. ( A most important offices in the town" of Wil- fiDe 8hower ia at date 7 p. m., falling lington, being her representative in" the on the dusty ground, legislature, also few several - years a select- ' -"Hersey," driven by Dana Garyr tOok; man. some of the time chairman of the rsk money,$150, in the 2:27 class at North board. 'A man of integrity, he ever heldlAdams 011 Tuesday. the respect of all who-knew him. and faith- Masonic. Ionic Lodtre meets Friday fully discharged every public duty. He evening, Weloott Lodge Saturday evening, had for some time been troubled with a I hh Whit of wtf-i ; ,vi pulmonary difficulty, but so sudden ;an will (rather 100 bushels of neW frnm' ending was nnlooked for. his trees this season, and already be bM B. F. Slater was on Thursday last ar. sold Quite a Quantity in thin vilUwo - rested and . brought before Justices F. A. The Central- Telephone office has a Harwood and J. R. Washburn, for the At. new switch-board, which has man v im. tempted shooting of Mr. Whitehouse, who, provements upon the 'one removed, 1 ' with and at request of Sheriff Edgerton of Frequent parties of poor childmffrom Tolland,, on Sunday mornmg, Aug. 5th, New York city go north Snthe boat train. X 1- - 1 " . - went- to jsiaiter a nouse m searcn oi one Comstock. A hearing of the case was deferred until yesterday, Slater - being meanwnue put under bond of $500, which was furnished by Wm. Richardson. After hearing the witnesses "for the state the court adjourned untti next Monday. John bound to various places in Vermont and juaasacnusetts, for a two weeks" stay in the country as beneficencies of the Tribune "fresh air fund."- Last summer a party of these children was distributed about thin village. ' . Cjuite an excitement was created a few TT v iv , trZr , "6 Ui uiorniugs since Dy me outbreak: oi our usu- the case. for. tiie stete, and W. A. Kmg.of ally placid street wmmissioner ia strong Stafford for the defence. . I mi ... .. 5 7 1 - . . i cAuicunn. iih arv.i iuu rvr wnta anmtiAn t sympathize s - kn4 -wot l-k An. Awftt vinv itikju ixxi u.iui(ukji wm mil ya years I eriA omttAvs .in - - n.. ca: tcxt crmeuuy aajeCUVeS was me TWaCtlOft nniT nama trongly with him. Thev sav hav nf ,n u i5i. daughter was but 13 years th mA. -iwi tfl.- i; 1 j a 1 a l t 1 . I 0.--w-.. mm.. aw w xavuA a ulililiK I Ki i,. "i-T w"".""? 1U6 P6 iam-si. into u, wiiere ne lormeny v " r u ""T , gooo- order, with clean gutters, to have a was interesting and eloq - ai v rv Thursday 0. ChanDell. wife and servant. jNorwicn ; u. U. (jreen, Monson ; H.L. Root, riartford; A. L. Gladwin; Boston ; Thomas rotter, New York; J. L. Bonnell,. Norwich ; lu j!b Meweu, noaton ; . ijewison, Bpring field Miss M. Bina Pendleton, Suffleld. Friday H. T. Phillips. New York: E. P. Bussell, wife and daughter, Somers ; Frank . vYiuiams,iNew Haven ; Jiev. Oeo. A.Oviatt, ouaoury, joass. ; u.Jl.ulcott, Henj.D. Pierce, opiingneia; J. tr. lieland, Boston; C. D. Burnham, Miss Ida J. Burnham, Hartford. Saturday S. O. Vinton. 'RaclnvillA ? J (i Goodwin,Athol ; Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Thresher, unyion, unro ; j. . Janes, Willimantic. Sunday Louis H. Merriman, Dr. D. W, Lindsay, RoCkville : M. D. MillardI Merrows, Monday Thomas M.Gowdy.Conncil Bluffs, ia. ; xienry Ingram and wife, Troy, N. Y, Chas. D. Hine, Hartford ; D.G. Stratton,New uonaon; jr. wneeler and famUy, Springfield ; J.L. Greenwood, North Abington, Mass. ; C. S. Goodnow, Athol, Mass. Tuesday T. M. Harries, Willimantic ; J. C. Maholm, W. Hunter, New York ; M. P. Enowlton and wife,Mrs. M.D. Extern,Spring- neld ; H. C. Greenwood. Boston ; C. C. Tra cy, Northampton, Mass. Wednesday John L. Hunter, WUlimantic; James H. Lewis, A. A. Marston, Springfield; John B. Kipley, Granvillej Mass. ; Chas. D. Pease, S. W. Houghton, Somers $ B.N, Hayes and lady, Monson ; John W. Edgerton, Tol. uuiu ; x . ocranion, jeo. a. Newton, Worces ter; D.G. Stratton, New London; A. 8. Colburn, A. H. Butler, Miss Anna Pace. Boa. ton; A.G.Burr, Geo. HThomas, Providence. The Norwich Bulletin : Miss Carrie Glidden of Mansfield Center sang soprano most acceptably at the Broadway church Sunday. COBBESPONSBNCB. Rev. Dr. Byxbee, pastor of the Crans-ton-st. church, Providence, occupied the Baptist church last Sunday forenoon. His discourse on missions, especially those in was stationed :uent. London Day - HiirxMn'rfinn list in these parts -has largely fallen off Biuue me notice .01 its rise to two cents. xne old and substantial Boston Journal now a two cent paper, is being taken here The thunder showers were very severe 'aa iu.uuuv evening, xne heavy nlMlJn . 1 A 1 I .. j uiuuua Bceuieu wj cuimmaie and unite near ly over the Hill. The Ughtning struck in .''. SOUTH OOVXNTBX. . ' : Miss Lottie Sisson, a returned mis sionary from India, spoke at the Congre gational church Sabbath evening. . , Carlos Tilden was elected school com mittee in district 2, J. B. Brown collector, and Martin Parker clerk, at the annual meeting Saturday evening. Geo. L. Phillips started for California; Monday, and Mrs.' Nancy Hutchinson. with her son, for Wisconsin Tuesday. ""Potatoes never looked better an oc casional rotting one only sugerestine what may be expected and sell readily at 75 cts, per bushel. It is said that Jr. tt: Peterson has the nicest fields of potatoes in this rart of the town, and Qarlos Tilden is ahead on corn. ' There will be no services at the Meth odist church Sunday on account of camp-meeting. -Mr. Addison lungsbury accompanies Rev. F. E. Jenkins to Maine, where they expect to spend two weeks at the famous lakes campmg-out and nshmg. Mrs. Kings- oury wm spend tne time with ner sister. Miss Hattie Maynard is visiting at her aunt's, Mrs. H. N. Moore. . -J. D. Wilson and wife, L. D. Wilson's family, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Dunham.Mrs. E. B. Hibbard, Misses Addie R. Hyde, Jennie A. Fuller, Clara Lloyd and Annie H. Freeman are spending the week at the camp-ground. Some of the boys availed themselves of a fine day Monday, and excursion rates to visit Boston and Nantasket beach. , A buadle, containing boots and other articles, was picked up on the Bunker Hill road, Friday last, and left at Martin Parker's house, which bundle the owner can have by calling and proving property. Annual election of trustees at the M. E. vestry September 3d. Mass at 5 o'clock Tuesday morning at the Catholic church was attended by the faithful. . , . (TROM "REfBEL.") The annual statement of the Tolland County Mutual Fire Insurance Co., made some time since, but not before noticed, makes a very favorable showing the bal ance June 1st, 1882, at par value, $82,012. 47, and the balance June 1st, 1883, par value, $8U,4ol.3U, a net gam of $4,438.83 ; the market value of assets $88,331.87. At the annual meeting in June the old board of directors was re-elected, and the officers elect are : Lucius S. Fuller, president : E.S. Henry, treasurer ; Edward E. Fuller, secretary. - James P. Marsh, who is sellinsr the Aurora carpet sweeper, manufactured for Wm. H. Post& Co., Hartford, on a re cent visit to Stafford sold above 50 of this famous sweeper. The shower of Monday eveniner was hquite refreshing. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Crafts erava a concert at the town hall last" Wednesday evening, ana aiso one Monday evening, and treated the audiences to a different quality of musio from what they are in the iuuum oi neanng in cms .place. Mrs. Au gustus Sumner of St. Louis, piano accom. panist,. and" Miss Addie Crafts, alto, ren dered valuable assistance. vot Biroeb seems pretty nveiv now . -a . - f W ' with its summer visitors. &00 A YEAR CAN BE SAVED , IN THEu LIVING EXPENSES Or THE FAMILY i t By the use of Rex Manods, TheHumiston Poed Pre erTatlve. It preserrea Meat, Fish. Milk, Cream,Efie. and all kinds of Animal Pood fresh and sweet or JTC" e aouest weatlier. a"hla can be proved by the testlmoaiata of hundreds who have tried i5ii J0?.5?1?r?Y? H for yowwe1' for SO eenta. Yon wul find that this is an article which will cave you grat deal of money. : . . . WO 80CBED VHItAsl i4-.c '; f ' , . ' MO SPOILED WO STALE BOGS. It will keep them fresh aad sweet tot many day ifLB no.tL,up8rtheBhte8t foreign teste to the articles treated. It is so simple in operation that a cnua can ioiiow the directions, is as harmless as salt, ana Casts onlv a fraction of a nmt in tnin.il . fish, batter or cheese, or to a quart of milk. Xhia ia no iV? . " 1B euaoraea Dy aactx men as frof. Sam'l W. Johnson of Yale College. Sold by druindsta and grocers. 8ample pounds aent pie-paid by mail or ex press (as we prefer) on receipt of price. Name your express office. Viandine brand for meat , Ocean Waye for fish aud sea food ; Snow Flake for milk, butter and cheese ; Anti-Ferment, Anti-Fly and Anti-Mold. 50c. per lb. eaeh. Pearl for cream ; Queen for eggs and Aqua-Vitae for fluid extracts, $1 plr lb. each. THE HUMISTON FOOD -i : i. 1 .. 3 Frt rr5 OtOSING-OUT SALE OF i SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING ! AT THE'' PRESERVING C0m TSKllby-st., Per sale by W. C. ELLIS, ' ' ' Stafford SprinffS. (JHOICE INVEST MENTS. I HAVE FOR SALE A PEW FIRST GLAS S MORTGAGE LOANS, 7 and 8 Per Cent. INTEREST. Three to Five Years to Run. Befers you Invest, oall and examine them. Alvarado Mart, II 'V ;'" . -' . f .i ;- " HOUS I X shall close the remainder of my MEN'S, YOUTHS' BOYS' ahd CHILDREN'S At prices that cannot fail to interest all who will have to : purchase.. ' ': , . ... CALL id be cran r.i j iz ii . - : i j v' w '" - . y . O O TOtOiW UiavOBi A IHUK nmPATinorl HTnn a public educator. Its nnohfmaivAnAftfl I TmoA tu i . r" u . 1 uvui;K(mj 4UIU) Baould not lead any one : to overlook its really ponderous claims to favorable at tention from the public. ' ', : Eapclity tidketa were sold' from Staf ford: Springs for , the Block Island excur- promiscuously about the building outside uu iuHiue,ieanng on plastering and splin "uB me wooa-worK. in one room in which were Rev. Dr. Byxbee and wife ann TVr arA TL- ai 1 -,i sion last Fridav. and all hA ft SI i 57. ;JTLJZ??.'r!ri m-e eatuy exoeptinsr that many were unni1r wKJ 1 r- ti,.. . . . lt, ff.M, TTifi w uaooDBcions lor some " .u;i. jjuwm. irom tna enects of the bolt Tlio was very rough-waves fifty feet high,oiie other arsons in th man naira ,,. - : ... ; 1 : Mr, tney were married, that she was lU-treated not tumbled into the gutters, particularly by her husband, and therefore left him, when the; law and vfflage ordinances saV Alter navincr 1iva1 xnth Viim fnr ora xi x :i 1 , -. - 0 J -- - o - - - - ixo, umt ib lawn not De aone, Mill TAtlimMI tn futWo hnniu A Vwnm I . u 0 uwwjv. auuiil I nil t ! T i T -l . . - claims that an intimacv which, ahe after- rLA orary uiud respectfully wards formed with the Comstock : who .iL1la:ie,?on jnr owning lawn comes into the case .waa firimir, in w E". oenau, 01 tne stattora library, claims to have evidnc of it. A n, 1.ne "Wry ?ot a persistent beggar. It ... vxv onVM thA mih III Of. la,n ran- l.'liU X time a warranUxU been onl fnr rVrnBi.t'. r unxo u- arrest. It is claimed that the motive in tiy case was revenge. There was, of course, bitter feeling on the part of Slater towards " Aoorn ior the manner in which he had enticed his little child from her home and made her a wife at such an un :i-uk - -k ai 1 1 Diutauxu atf. Auora s pan mere was shown a desire to be revenged on the man who had harbored his" wife, and also crave sxieiier 10 ner aneeea paramour, ile and his friends, it was said, had . harrassed filater. prowled about his house: and throat ened him, and the latter had been advised bxoubsion to laks pleasant. ; Mr. Aaron M. Hill and wife, of Donff. L.nA. j 1 ,,1 . I n . . ' - - . . i Ion ir.nn 1 - 1 1. ' .0 iu wu- muuu uoo . uy neiarnDors wno opeciai excursion ra.ta nm mvtn i uave uean spenainc a tow rion really considered his life to be in danger. Lake Pleasant next Saturday, and a spec- on.. me Fifty-three years ago Mr. In the posse who accompanied the sheriff i&l train will leave the lake for New Lon- 411611 some sixteen years of age. workl ou me occasion oi me Bnootincr. it 1 is aon at in d. m. TickAta nn wuuieu -. . . --'- I . a - O - V.VAXVi I 1 A a ... saia was.Angeio Aborn, and others who tream up,- and on steamboat or special train r s uoma at "Iberville." While had annoyed and threatened Slater, and south on that evening. Vara i v nere he has crreatlv enioved ridinw V. t, 1X XV.X T d XI. x i . - . I 1,X ll..'. V P uiwowio xxo lug txittv utj wa iui peru irom ouum voveniiy, $ irom Stanord springs """B "ui uui ana aajacent localities them if they gained admission. This is and prp rato from other stations. The aociations with which were so indelibly stands the claim that it was made known nual iUumiaation, and with the first class now a substantial and respected citl to Slater that his visitors were actinc hv band music to h hoard fv.an An j izen of Dousrlas. wham Via ha irwn v. authority oflaw. and in search of a man general ; effort to makfl thia 'thdfit J in trade. who, when in that vicinity, frequented I occasion of the Catherine Thi'a mnl The Clieerful Workers will o-iVo o ;a that house and no other plaee. He was will no doubt contribnt it nnnt. sionary concert next Sundair tnnimi'n n rf fnlllld fKlA1A Vina low. mirA. -n. ! fTia tVisvi-. a i 1 . ... ... I nlayia rt xV.a nn..nl : T1 .-I. - y . bu v jwiiw I muuDouio jx .iwupie wno wm taKe I -v wui box Yio. xi wm oe re- w urea, miti mau s npuse save to appre- ume to visit tnis city of the woods. peaiea soon at tne Thread milla STAs-FOBDViiaaf. L ocnooi meeting at the center school (toButrcwiiiRHA . : iioubo next aturaay. evening, the 18th --xne apple crop will be Htrht. ' UUJfc-.. Tbeahowei of ;Iast Mondav was'verv T "wena Hiark o Vernon, a fa refrealiing.f lramis been -Tle' reseryoir above th TT:" ah fi.TT;r "U"S fflore any wb oianoraviiie tot, xi. -- s - - - . I fcruMUXXCa blllM NHHJIlin 1 f n . 1. u 1 1 ' J in Tolland anr. TXr-1,1,. " .. "xxxvixiniu uuuuues. saia jut. nrinnAn wniy-.-n u i -11 . . j i , . -i xxxtnxi, hxibu ueuaiinfir tnu days luscious fruit here thi K . hend the owner or - one known to have a residence there, and those who assume re sponsibility of doing - bo . also assume the risks. This law is construed by many to fren to fee taking of life, if an . officer at tempts to enter to apprehend' anv one not ft resident, unless the -peram sought aotu-1 Bro. jpin li empty, and ally be in the house at the time." Of dourse reservoir has fallen 'considerable a man would not be likely to ofijeot to a WWieA nd daughtei; of m SL' HOftreh of his horise unlesar it -actually shtel- Windsor tookfr reoently spent a few dava P-"J . . . - - , - I ll ? . a a , r J' " . - . j I lUMjlUllH I mil teretvia person sougnt, or unless ne Had m jsnis piace, as guests oi Mrs. J. O, Booth. reason fg xear personal violence irom nis --Kev. U. M. Vaill preached last s Visixorsj---dav at Waldoboro. Maine. TT will ,; ... Sheriff E4gertn in summoning hjs pos- anofee wggk; pn his Yaoation, and services M of aids to so ptoket the house J P Pre" at the ngregational ehureh wilFlifl mir yeatiGeuU&.to1lMauefr. te4 next gundav; ere bi S TKbm Tt -naturally summoned Abow, who brought evehfag -meetfi ' oi &i foUowing TW w"aven'F.L. Davis, him the' warrant, and, beside hjs brother, day. ' -. i iTv' " ' 8 TJe P-O. aent has made his appear- otners -upon tne roaa to tne place to. oe Quite a number hav o-r.no w,n ir . . "r""u " sii nave been visitecU-sevea iff aJland he knew Httle limantio camp meeting from this place , f vLi - J , ' -1w w7 he was pr nothing of the parties personally, or of I fate' e waa acijuaiiited with tteiratoSotfS- .7' fisVif 1!" ?. Springfield ;in a. fine 1 ii. j xx J xv. J 1 -a-woxiw duxmjd xxiuuu- r "utw no uic LUVTU OI J1 fl.mTwian al ... a w tutvu ww ut. jgB needed repairs. - ana u .01 .vonneoiaouii S aivorne sysr ..aAma i-' ent wife. who. is not the mother of" this .TT "1 Tr"!s". 1-XX1 X xx i- x . il - uiuo utuiuui HbMsonon mj mis mav save -n .. i Vt -i i . . . . some serious accident. ; k,-Z""7iV . f , LwVl ,'-of.- Wales ia to make xxxxiincxx uaeilU. nxinff lonma M U1. tOOBa8PONDBNCB., Messrs. Brown and" T)uu be onut- femes, We spending a few days at Short Btyle tiie town Cf gaen afforas, Mr. -MftTiti nas returned from M daughter, also the girl's mother, who used M - m - t a . . -v. " -a . a. xo oe cuater s wue. it is also said mat a former husband of Slater's present wife is i. ,-; '. '.vmaat wot.;: v:"':'' ,.. ,.... $U0 ,s a WWt ferM........ 1.15 - Can..,...,,.,.,.... ,. i., .W OaU.... .M0.K otatoea.-.. .75 utuona, par qt .05 K??"-'....,.....-...-.. ...... mJ- i w H mmm., ...... 16-t "rni,mre to W BeaahTNVw York Stio tne nign wall and many other plaoaa; A books for the Glen Woolen Co." j - -Parfc-t the;maohinery of Hope mill e has been trmnince' tor om waaVb dointr ,T wu work for 8awjfs' flrq, ; .,' fllPf PPtea The, Preas.' . big egg -4Quii extenaivo ehanees' are belntr forges ahead of the oonteatants madelin .BftwjtBW Bro,'s mill inthg rjlffiH,;"3'lH weighingf pije,,artJonaarJyin;ttie eard and,eave Sd?!S VfLS aoknol- rooWvItf the card room expensive im- SSSi 'd S01 Pons oA,i. .u..u exPenenoes o observation. . mores perfect work, in the weave room the 4& narrow looms are beinc renlacedbv 80 wide ones. The mtonfacture is ladies' JvaJrd.,.,;,.... t , . x, , '. . '--"-w.j r.'rrwrtwr.tr'ttrtr .r ' . I - - l . iCwua - Stew. , " HouU ' iiaaotott .....,.,r....,.,.,,...,,B.- 9.101 ,M. ...... ....i. ...... ., : ... .J ....................... M . ,,! . ...... .IS1 ,1 a .V " .,,.15 . f f ,"". '. 'I5 "'- ROCKTIl.I.lt. ri-Pev,aH.-i R.- WhitlockThas been en gto pal' of-'th .wesdiaWet AVAnW AlfiWid tl,A nnUfr, Vi& r?,VT" "' ."" " rviuiBlug 1Q QUI- -- ' - . vvumaantic camp meeting The meet. iv iiuins. wan ani it ....-.'. New arrivals are . .. till ft?r?pf ft anaa nejnrding house by throwing open ts and thomoof these have coS doors to their employees andmvited guests, stay. We do not get the crowdl wTJLd alw furnishmgmiisio for dana.g.and ice to see bh tiiese tnXids f tZTdTa 1 M. '.i a. ...... a........ "a;M ' . " f ............ . a. ...a. aJ-Jj'Hjt cream and other refreshments. The house W large, and well fitte4 for, its intended xaOi an4 it holding . capacity got a good test from the large and happy company assembled on this dedicatory occasion. ' wandering crowds bt.t the mesg Joaea but Ijttje by tUw abaenee. In some re spects their presenoe is a hindrance, their absence a blessing. Courant Correspond ence.:. 'V ' SOK1KR8. (0OMHUKI0ATED.) The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Pease was taken seriouslv ill in New York.while.tho .family were enroute 1 to their home in Pennsylvania, but later tciegrams are more nopeful of its recovery. The residence of Judge Fuller is great ly improved oy recent additions, including a uuuusome veranoa on tne east side. Mrs. S. P. Hulburt and daughter are pending a month on the Willimantic camp ground. Recent visitors from town speak of the Hulburt cottage as exceedingly at- unuuve auu liome 11KO. Beer guzzliner and brawlintr demic in Somers, and just now the disease ib aaBUJuuug na most malignant and repul sive forms. The optimists are waiting pa- ueuujr xui mo gooa sense oi our young cit izens to assert itself against such a foolish waste oi money, reputation and vital force. Mx. Andrew Mitchell nee Misa .Ton me uorpe of Hartford, has recently paid duxu TxaxL irw oyiuurs inenos. -We understand that th nnirifnaliaf church,80on to be removed tw Somersville, will be enlarged and refitted for lecture and amusement purposes, which will greatly in- vumo wo bwu.hj. uusuiues oi tsat village. COBBESPONDfiNCB. MASHAPAUG. will be no preaching at ih There church next Sunday. M. G. Marcv has bfinn R. Cleaveland's to E. M. Horton' mi ia doing well. ' S. A. Macallister is aM.Hrtcf rm hi mill on the Ide lot,andwill soon commence w-saw. , The Hamilon Woolen Co. are Tirflnar. ing to put in a new flume, the old one be ing about played out. No huckleberries in this section this year. . ..-, , ,- - Rev. Mr. Betta and w!f. Mi'hsah "Nrt tie Kinney, Nettis Winch. Belle Weld.and a number of others, are at the Willimantic camp ground this week. . a . . . At Savings Bank of Stafford Springs; HAVE JUST RECEIVED ! w A LARGE STOCK OP OilOlottis, vv eill IPa,ers, I AND Curtain Materials. THE PRICES ARE LOW. STCall and Examine. Tours, Ac, G. H. BAKER & CO. That you will not have to go any farther than Stafford Sprints to secure as good if not better bargains than you see so flam, in gly advertised in the larger cities. H. S. ABEL, . Bl-me Front Olotliier, STAFFORD SPRINGS, CONN. HARDWARE, Doors. Sash and Blinds. Brooklyn White .Lead, Harrison Bro's. fiead, .-l . . Sweet Oil. '.,',''. , Varnishes, ColorsDry, Colors in Oil, 1 Rough and Ready Mixed Paints; . E. A. BUCK & CO. MF'G'S SUPPI.IES, Iron and Steel, Wagon Axles, SEEDS AGENT FOR pUFFE tt S Central Hall Block Boot and SHoe T ORE r Hussey's Horse Hoes. I Wardsworth, Martnea & Longman's Mix'd Paints, . , WILL SAVE LABOR ONE MAN. Lard Oil, Castor Oil, Wagon Springs, Horse Shoes, Horse Shoe Nails, Plows, Cultivator, If arrows, Horse Hoes, Shovels, Spades, Horse Rakes, Machine Oil, Kerosene Oil,' CALL AND EXAMINE. Weather Vanes, Seed Oats, Orass Seeds, Pumps, Iron, Brass, Ruh.BuckeL E. K, TAFT, -DEALER STAFFORD SPRINGS, IN - ..A8HFOBD. ; " y :. , WKSWOBD. ' , ... (OORBKSPONDXMOE.) Wm. H. -Gricrera has thorouffhlv .. paired his grist mill and put. it in charge Is not only the BEST place to get Sale Wdirk, of Cubbent 8m, Stand aed Muex, and Hon est Materia!, , but in the shop connected the best of workmen may be found ready, to ;fi pVWW.fB now prepared, maker ia conatanUy making line aewed work t order, to do grinding for all who may come. and in ataple ..tea and stylea for the atore ahelTea. liast Friday Dr., Ormsbee was called to Eastford to attend ' Denntv HbfiTnff Thompson, who had received an ui?lv wound upon the head while , in the dis charge off his official duties. Thompson war attempting to seize a pair of oxen, and the owner of the premises used a club as the jfcdsi efleetive argument to prevent his doingso. - r. & i,.;rt.- Westfbrd is having the usual, number of summer visitors from the cities!" Chas. Richmond is stoooinsr at thA old homestead. ..( t .rr The Free Baptist ohureh- is vet with. ontft paster, ; " :?r ' ' ' '. '.; ,'; . rWe learn - that Eev.; J, B. Oonnell is Riving the beat of satisfaction at ariAn. ville. i There has been quite a revival, and several have been" added to the chnrch since jhis removal there. , . , ; Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Allots 'iifrDrBaists' Snndries, . Dsnally kept iit a First-Class Dnnr te.- Phyidoiaiisescriptions m- ... fT . . AUU Po"o nna oar bxook or nMKiioines complet warranted suraine and at the beat quality. . v. ..... -- . . Nice BqtfTKie Shoes fati toCqrder at short notice. Alao, Repairs of all ktnda promptly mad., at Fair Price. YOXJ: WILL ; .TBTCPTO Constantly recelvinfr NEW GOODS BQOtS, ..... .... . .. ; j ' Rubbers, 11 shall:; it I General VAUIETY STOCK. QEKra FUENISHINQ GOODS,.. I And goods nsnally SECOND TO NONE J( . .. i GLOV, MITTENS- 4o. foundlaa First Class Shoe Store I iBB't;iwiBlt -v.-. I-.. . If i.j 3NE IN: TOLLAND COUNTY. , ! ' - . : ? ? .! i- '.' TOILET AHTrCfalKS, -E. A. Buck recently lost a' valuable ox; supposed cause, heat. . t3"Goods slightly 'past" in 'style, always sold as such, and-at liberal discount. : Shod- dy goods never sold at any price. '. , ; . E. PUFFER. .t; ' ItlANSFIfiLII. -oP, Ct' and J. S. Hanks are nuttim ma. eumery mw inexr new mm ana expect to be m runiung order soonv , - Mr.'' 0.' 3T.' Mason is maklne imirovomenta 3 . 1 il -,-1 1 - .- . ui tuiu uuuut me saw iaiu ana waeon manu factory, also lowermg the race way eighteen inches, preparatory to putting in a turbiae wneei. OR S AXE, NATONA-JLiBANK;, building TRUNKS AND BAGS, " LOW AS THE LOWEST. DABY CARRIAGES At COST, , To dose out before October 1st. ' ' SPONGES EM CHAMOIS, 'tu-.' Anything in myjlne at short motice. ' - -J.;; -aF.IT. CRANE. ANTED. One Two-seated New Carriage. ., " " . Second-hand Carrii age. Good Second-hand Singlereat Carriage, ' Two Second-hand Bu&gien, one ew Mae-spring aagsy. All to be sold cheap. W. A. COM INS. ; TiDGEWOOD PLACE This elecant J J2J mansion, with spacious grounds, elevated aitoa- -- . , - . :. n ..u uuv-.ud giuuiiuo, civaiu anna- MaUV times Van want to keen meat or fiah tion, and fine views, now open for summer iraaata tojf several days. Lay U in a solution of Bex Address Edgewood Place, Stafford Springs. Conn. magnus over nignt ana you can keen , it for rilO RENT Up-stairs tenement. Tnnnir- WnAt. ITa.- . ln. . . -a . I I ... . . , ..... , , J... . ... . -w . w ovu . xuu van ttinu mm ,a weeg or I VL - ... . i- . gl. nuit W loa more by stirring in a httle of the ' 'Snow Flake" brand. TENEMENT TO RENT On East-Main-st. InoalMoi:? r -r CHARI.K8 HOBBY. -,J-,ii;lL'''c Hartford, 'Conii.; Aug. 8th. ' TEN TISTRY. Those of my old pa tleS!! wn0 haTO ten waiting for me to do their work, will and me at the Stafford Springs Hons tor tour days, from Aug. Wth till the Sdd Inclusive ; and at Samuel Stanton's, at the Hollow, from the 85th of Aug. till 1st of September Inclusive. Those who wish to have their work done without fail Would, do well to make their appointments by lettaH addressed to me at either plaee an above, and aa early aa posai ble. . M. BCKISWoiD, ' ' l. ' : -y Of the Hartford DeataS Co.MMatA-iit; rpp KENT from Oct. lfiti: the house on jb. Jiiast-jaaui-st.. bow occupied by P. B. Harlow. I shall want a supply of . SUMACH : For the ensuing season. - Rules for cutting and enr iug the Sumach, same aa usual. , HKVBT H. 1LIIT, DnrgUt, Willimantio, Ot THE co-partnership heretofore existing un. der the firm name of Denhaia A Leach. & this day dissolved bv mutual conaeat. of the partners. Mr laeacn win couuaue tne business and settle all affairs of the firm. Stafford Springs, July , 1888. K. H. DENBAM. J. M. LEACH. EURE Brooklyn Lead, Qedde Also the usually aatiaf act ory AkbeHtto alsi. a ; -.' a - ' i . .' j , K, A, BUCK eV V9 rjANCERd.-By txperiraee for the V past leu years upon myself and ethers, I am aow prepared t remove Caucers, and give satisfactloa. i r. Apply to JT. F. CHAMBERLIN.