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- JAMK-J MCLAUGHLIN, PUBLISHER.
. 1.50 ir year. Postage prepaid by the pub
lisher. A d'iBcount of 25 cents made whvn payment ia
made stbictlt in advance.
Politick.
KEPtJBIiICAN COUNT? CONVENTION.
The convention to nominate a repub
lican candidate for sheriff of Tolland coun
ty met 'at Tolland on Tuesday and -was
called to order by Asaph McKinney of El-
lington,chairman of the county committee.
E.H. Lathrop of Vernon was chosen chair
maa.and Q.W. Merrow of Mansfield clerk,
and a committee chosen to bring in names
of psrmment officers, consisting of James
McLaughlin, E. D. Alvord, and J. W. Ed
gerton,. reported ia favor of couliuning tin
same in th sj positions. This report was
adopt d. "
S. W. "West, A. J. Morton, and Andrew
Prentic3 were chosen a committee on cre
dentials, and Joseph P. Barrows of Mans,
field,. M. W. Pember. of Rockville, and
Marshall Porter on resolutions. It was
voted to take an informal ballot foi sheriff,
and this was followed by a second, and
then- by a formal ballot, the three result
ing as follows : '
. ' , " ' 1st Sd 3d
r ' . - ballot ballot ballot
Theodore M. Gowdy, Somers, 18 21 31
Henry 6. Ransom, Vernon, 6 '8 8
John H. Buell, Hebron, 7 6
E. T. Converse, Stafford, 4 . 5 2
A. L. Edgerton, Tolland. 4 1
Blank, 1 1 1-
i Mr, Buell's name was withdrawn at the
- close of the second ballot, and as the re
sult of the third Mr. Gowdy was declared
nominated. Mr. Pember of Bockvil'.e
moved to make the nomination unanimous,
" which vote was passed without dissent
During the voting, Messrs. Andrew Kings
bury and John K. Martin acted as tellers.
The convention then adjourned for dinner,
which was served most bountifully h
Landlord Johnson of the County House,
after which it again assembled, and the
following resolution was reported and adopt
ed : ..
Resolved That in presenting tjie name of
Theodore M. Gowdy of Somers to the votesr
of Tolland county as our candidate for sheriff,
we recognize in him a faithful officer in the
past, and we cordially commend him to the
voters of the county, pledging him our earn
est support.
Remarks were then made by different
, delegates, urging the importance of work
ing to secure the election. Mr. Grover
an aged delegate from Somers, gave the
candidate a first rate character,saying that
he was the man most relied upon in his
town to do public business ; that he had
been tried and found to be a prudent and
wise conservator of the public interesls and
. a faithful and conscientious servant of the
public in whatever position tested.
The following were the delegates report
t ed as present, and acting
lolland Frank H. Underwood, John M.
Edgerton,Lester D. Phelps, Arthur J. Morton
Andover Henry F. Standish, Charles H
Baker. - '
Bolton Joseph C. Alvord, Horace Wether
eu, Eu u. Alvord. .
Colnmbia S. B. "West, Arthur Little.
Coventry John Payne, Wm. C. Latimer,
Andrew Kingsbury, Samuel F. Loemis.
Ellington John K. Martin,Chas. B. Sykes.
Asapu .au.civ.umey, jttomer UiednxU.
Hebron Marshall Porter, John H. Buell,
Anarew .rrentice, J. M. Buell.
Alansneld Geo. W. Merrow, Geo. L. Eos-
brook, Jttalph W. Storrs, Joseph P. Barrows,
' Somers L. K. Grover, Rockwell Keeney,
-uvreiizu vvoop, wm. JtJurdlCK.
btafford W. A. Comins, J. W. Chandler,
James McLaughlin.
Union M. H. Kinney, M. P. J. Walker.A.
T7 -TIT V "1 TT Tl n . .
Vernon M. W. Pember, E. H. Lathrop, W,
a., jrrebcow, Aiirea Abby. : t
vvunngton Wm. Farnsworth, E. C. El-
dredge, W. D. Ruby, C. F. Macfarlane.
Asaph McKinney of Ellington, John H
jsuen oi. Mebron, axd J. W. Chandler of
otaflord, were chosen county committee,
xne democratic candidates for sheriff
are : Hartford county Ambrose Beatty
of New Britain ; New Haven county
Charles A. TomHnson of Milford : New
London county Richard C. Morris of New
London; Middlesex county Nelson Pel-
ton of Portland ; Fairfield county Chris
tian Swartz of So. Norwalk.
Republican candidates for sheriff : Tol
land county Theodore M. Gowdy of Som.
ers ; Hartford Alva W.Spaulding of Hart
ford (renominated) ; Windham Chas. H,
Usgood of Putnam , (renominated) ; New
juondon J?Yank Hawkins of Griswold (re
nominated) ; JJ'airfield Charles H. Cros
by of Bridgeport (renominated) ; Litch
field Charles J. Porter of Goshen(renom
inated): . .
j-ius uewocraiic convention to nominate
a candidate for sheriff meets at Tolland
to-day. Orrin C.'West of Ternon is get
ting most mention as a probable candidate,
On the 6th of November 246 representa
tives and 12 senators are to be elected in
. 9?nnecticut- Also, 8 sheriffs. Of the
senators to. be elected, eight are to take
me places 01 republicans and four the
Places of democrats of tb
" J w uvuu K3 UV1U'
over, nye are democrats and seven re
publicans. ? So that a gain of one senator
: this year to the democrats would give
mem tne control of that branch of the leg-
lslature. The republicans will ba almost
r certain to gain one in the third district
-so that the democrats will heed to cap-
uiouicHj, how republican, to con
trol the senate. ' Senatora elected this year
. Will llflVO O TMll4 i-n 4.U'A ,.1 IT - --m
; . y iu uio citwuon ,;OI a U. O.
senator in 1885. s .
"; T. M. Gowdt, ot Somers", the republican
. . .uoiui, me senior deputy in
; , the county, having been appointed in 1863,
' so that he is by right of seniority in order
for promotion.-, He' is, besides a mokt ex!
. cellent officer, and
"18 ieariessiy and cohscienti.
i rkiifll-in' TTx ' V .... ti ,
" 'T excenent record, not
only jxs a deputy, but as a town officer, in
Somers, where no citizen is more implicit
ly trusted with the conduct of public mat.
.. ,,';;,;,-; ; : ,..;,y.;,y .
Milo W. Pember of Bockville was noni
inated yesterday, by the repubHcins of
" the twenty-third district, ia session' at An,'
dover, f or senatox. -
r ' ;4rnnHcaha"of thel7wdisteiotnom
iuated Thomaa G. Clark of Canterhnry at
, Wulainantie yesterday.' - - .' . '
WASHINGTON LETTEK.
Washington, D. C.. Oct. 20th, 1888s
I hear considerable talk about the great
amount of work which will be done by the
coming session of congress.
"Yos," said the talkative official, "they
will revise the tariff, buy up the telegraph
lines ana attacn tnem to tne post omce ae-
counting the electoral vote."
-iuiswuaiujYwiu uo, is n r was
r in. a. i jt it j a. n - i
rejoined by another. "Its a modest little
program, jpup wouia you use i Jtnow
what I think the 48th congress will really
do?"
"Yes," replied the first speaker.
' ' "Well, they will begin with a sort of
bear right for the speakership and the of
fices of the house. The senate will then
taKe a nand in tne entertainment by a
small division on its own account for its
offices. . Mahone and Riddleberger will be
the dispensers of charities in this proceed
ing. Then will follow the inevitable wran
gle over the committees, chairmanships
and places,' and then the session will be
over." .
. ' 'The session over : what do you mean ?"
ii ? i -
saia tne innocent. .
""Practically it will be over. Look at
the situation. The house is democratic,
The senate is republican. The adminis
tration is, well, say its neutral. . Now the
game IS to get a political advantage out of
this condition of things. The nresident
moves first. H sends in bis manna
,. .,, v7 . 3 ..
The varties will divide over its room.
mendations, for there cannot be one which
is not loaded witn pohtics Take, for in-
""w. o mi 111. Au y ueuiucu ncuuu uii
tbis question will be fatal to either party,
They will have a sham battle . over it, and
if will Kx An-nnA rn1,
posea legislation. Will either party allow
mo uuuci iaj got any uuvauiage 01 us 111-
1. 3 A 1 mi ....
iroaucaon ana passage, me political
antagonisms of the two parties will inevit-
ablv h fatal fr loarialafirtn in flia JOV.
gress. It is going to be entirely devoted
to one purpose president making. The
senators , Will Kill eacll other Oft as candl-
dates in an amiaDie, quiet and dignified
way. The house will howl, but Will not
accomplish anything. The president will
have an easy time, and the best of the situ-
ation, so for what my opinion is worth. I
ieanito tne conclusion tnat nis wise Bug-
gestions will excite admiration for him and
disgust for both the houses which will not
act upon his advice. I think he will carrv
off all the honors which will even belong
to the 48th congress. I do not anticipate
mat any valuable' legislation will be ac
complished, and on July 1st next, when
"81C reauy to aajoum, tnings
wjii uuuiu- as inev are now pvfwr, tor
wasted money, demoralized parties, crush
ed nopes, ana flattened ambitions."
My official friend to whom these remark s
were made, shook his head and walked off.
1 am afraid he was convinced. It is get
ting to be the opinion of a great many
people that the annual session of congress
is a disgrace ana a material injury to the
bupiness interests of the country. If an
analytical chart could be made of the in
terests that conflict in a congressional ses
sion 11 wouia ioojc lite a Chinese puzzle,
j.ne country is so vast that even its tern
tonal limits are a hindrance to its laws.
The north and south can not have equal
purposes. The east and west are wide
apart in interests. Trade iealousies are at
war in every industrial act, and politics
taint every measure. So when congress
meets, it represents a jumble of interests
pulling in various directions. The only
way a measure gets through at all is by
trading. The river and harbor is an in
stance of this feature. Every section has
its scheme for local improvement. If
these stood alone they would never get a
majority for the measure. But the com-
mittee room is turned into a trading shop,
and votes are exchanged for like favors so
that bills may pass. The merits of the
measures are tne last considerations. It is
merely a bargain. You vote for mv bill
ana 1 wm support yours. This beincr the
active principle of all legislation in con-
gress, it must follow that the .outcome is a
wrangle, never-ending disputes, parlia-
mentary battles, and vile and vicious con
cessions. Whether there is a remodv for
ims state 01 tnings is a crreat Question
wmcn must some dav be met. for the scan.
aai grows in proportions. ,
We club this paper with the American
Agriculturist as in past years, furnishing
both for $2.30 per year. Those new sub
scribers for whom we remit before Nov.
20th will get the October, November and
December numbers for this year free.
Judge Hoadiiy's majority in Ohio is
1,383. . -
.Tamaa XT -mil w 1 m.il.j iv ai I
" au.ua iu.y , UKCU WIUK.UU till inn I
evening and was drowned.
The Massachusetts democrats
hard work to find anv resTMctahla man
willing to stand as lieutenant-governor oh
the ticket with Butler. It is armarfinflv
understood that the nomination is only for
trading-purposes, since Butler has exhibit
ed no interest an any . candidate besides
himself except Mr. Ames, the reDubliean
candidate ior lieutenant-crovernor. Mr.
Abbott, who was selected as Mr. Prince's
successor on the-ticket. positiVelv refuses
w accept, ana. accordinar to the Boston
Herald, announces that he has no sympa-
4.1 i a -r.Ai
tujf. witu xuuer. ...
jl oeasonabl suggestion. The present year has
been remarkable for the epidemic of Thioat diseases
which have swept over the land. Ordinary remedies
nave seemed to fail. hnf. in
knowledge, has that reliable specific, Potaska. riven
disappointmnt. It is efficacious inordinary cases f
forJ)iphthe'ria1md Qninlriore ihroit. No fSnUv
Buouia De witnout it. .,. . ...
' North Ashford. 11th.
.Married.
North Goventrv. 10th. hv Hm: tt ' u- tt;
ington. Everett W. Mason of Hartford and
Arueu 13 tone
ie of JNorth Coventry; 17th, by
Hoiaington, i Daniel O. Lone and
Boy. H. E.
A' IboaU of North Oovent.
eU Stebbins and Laramie Chapin, both of
partment, pass a postal savings bank bill, esi prices -only 10c ts. per
iu.uuon. ...... . 'Mr.rjw"r-s;.
Sturbridge, 14th, . Porter
.Elizabeth A. Priest, both of Wales.
Muxiua tuxu i
oommbia, 17th, by Rev. P. D. Avery, Wm
AODertSOn Of Hartford anrl .T W-.-0.
uowner or Columbia. .
'"'Bled. -"
Monson, 17th, Frani Horton, 38. . " .
Mansfield, 11th, Hope Newcomb, 85. T
Somers, 19th' Mrs: II. Maria
Stafford Springs. 20th. Ahiaftil rt L i
q.t , 0 . . . ,
Stafford Springs. 19th. TVlwin T TTU ac
f orfaerly of WilUnbton. ; : i '
Monson, 23d, Daniel Fosket, 79
t KDER OP NOTICE. State of Conneo-
iviv i wmju, DO, XUUIUia. Ur.T I
WUW A1UULV 111 in Idflrl an 3 a.I
nin, a. v., istw. ,
Uoonthem
Mnih'Ml'OTO'.now
feountyTtobi WontnTirt-rV"
1st Tnesda'
It aDDearin
ie8dav of Dmhr a I
to, and
fcriDtng snthotity, that the said
oeing found bv. the nk.
laid defendant is absent
HSmJ5uLfB-on Pt unknown.- Therefor.
fore
plalat be eiven by pubUshin
a newspaner nrlnfed in
.i-VkL-" if8 Pudency of said com.
JjJtZ u.BnK oraer iu The Prew. I ,
tw weeks successivHlT.
fSSrjJMtfSSri?.? before the
ti.vlL T' m saw county,
0taayof OctDter18sa; Rwf
r M ink Superior CoBrf fot 10.
i County,
H. E. STEELE'S
.A.
TOU WELL FIND AXX, KINDS OF
readitPiesland Cake.
, BEEADir-thQ Jargest, best quality and low-
loaf. :-!'
pastry at one
days notice.
nwnmTiTin v-i.a n r:i ni r
1 UlfiUjiU Uf U1G WUdl t. riUl. iStCW Uf ititW.
Tfwi?Tfx,Qm-vrra inv :,tt. rrrxrira .
A-.AJfcj M Af . AJ,VLMM4
hLFREP
WILLIAMS.
SEAL SACQUES and DOLMANS
' A SPECIALTY.
A laree and fine stock of Newly Imported Alaska
Seal Skins of Martin's Celebrated Enelish Vew Dve.
ot my own selection.
I have the New Fashions for 18S3-4.
I have added the store No. 41 Pratt-st., next to my I
uiu ntauu, 10 oc usea as a j nung department, witn
uiiipomub x liters. .
I Fur-Lined Garments made to order from all the
mom MuonaDie
. he only house in the state devoted to tho mann-
taciure ot t'nrs,
ALFRED WILLIAMS,
45 Pratt-st., HARTFORD, Conn.
I kmkoid
yJMITH & MUR RAY,
L J '
SI'BMTVGrlIEJILjX).
Trvvt oa-fi - T.AnoTil
OmeSLlC JJepartment.
BLANKETS! BLANKETS 1
Owing to the extraordinary trade we have had in
onr Bianket Denartment dnrin? the month nt Hon.
tember, we must have made some of onr neighbors
feel sick. We are very sorrv. but tho customers
know where the Bargains aae to be found. The 40
Cases we bought September 1 are nearly all sold ; but
we are glad to say we have secured another large lot
at Btii greater reductions,
LOT NO. 1, 8Tc,
LOT NO. S, $1.25,
LOT NO. 3, 1.75,
LOT NO. 4, 2.00,
LOT NO. 6, 2.60.
LOT NO. 8, 3.00,
regular price
$1.50
8.00
2.60
3.00
3.50
4.00
We will offer at $3.50, $4 and $5 the best value with-
out any doubt ever offered in the city.
COTTONS!
9-4 Brown.Sheetings, 20c, worth 25c.
4-4 B.eached Cottons, 9c, worth 11c.
TICKS 1 A. C. A. Best Tick made 14c.. lold every
where at S9c. and 25c.
QUILTS I QUILTS!
BATES'S
. Crochet Quilts, 90c, reduced from $1.25.
Scarlet Twill Flannel, 22c, reduced from 30c.
Scarlet Twill Flannel, 28c, reduced from 37c
Shaker Flannel 12KC, worth 20c.
Toilet Quilts, $162, usual price $2.50.
We would like to say our prices in every depart
ment will be found much under any house in Spring
field. Get quotations on any line of goods and you will
find them less with us every time. Getting our goodB
from first hands, we save the jobber's profit, is the
reason we can sell so cheap. Call and examine the
Bargains.
Silk Department.
We have just received a Large Invoice of
BLACK SILKS
From one of the best Lyons manufacturers, which we
wl'l offer at "Immense Reductions" from former
Prfcs.
Lot No. 1, 20-inch Cachmire Finish, $1, worth $1.25.
Lot No. 2. 24-inch Cachmire Finish. $1.25. worth ti.so.
Lot No. 8, 24-inch Cachmire Finish $l.3re. worth
$1.75. .
Lot No. 4, 24-inch Cachmire Finish, $1.50, worth $2.
The above four qualities of Black Silks are, without
any doubt, the Best Value ever offered in America.
10 pieces BROCADE SILK VELVETS at $2.25, regu
lar $3 goods.
Elegant stock of FINE BROCADE VELVETS of our
own importation, at $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5 and $6,
which we guarantee very much under Springfield
prices. Complete stock of Silk Finished VEL
VETEENS," in all Shades and Blacii.
Ladies in want of SILKS, VELVETS and SATINS
should examine our stock before they purchase.
HOSiery Department.
We have just received oar Full Lines of ENGLISH,
FRENCH and GERMAN HOSIERY, direct from the
Mftnnf Af fnvAra Whfoli af j
-"f tt T- wiii uuci aiaomui ttUVHUCe
our assortment before purchasing their Fall supply.
Ladies' Underwear
r J x 1 '- t)EPABTMENT.
We are glad to say we have taken the sale of the
CELEBRATED STAR MERINO UNDERWEAR,
of which A. T. Stewart & Co. had the entire sale for
many years. The lines are in Ladies' and Hisses'
Fine Fashioned Goods.
Ladies in want of Fine Merino Underwear should
examine onr stock. The largest and most complete
stock in the pity to select from.
SPRINGFIELD,
?2g can get a!6ng without it.-i)etro(JffcA.)
.ww..
arr"SAE8T
AND BEST!
Peterson's Magazine.
Splendid Premiums for getting up clubs. ninn-
trated "Golden Gift." Large-Size Steel Engravta?
Etr Conv for b't.uS.
FULL-SIZE PAPER PATTEBNS."
.T PSLtlS S?,,1?, every number
for 1884. containing a full-size pattern for a lady'ser
fUd's dress. Kvery subscriber will receive, durin
thany?hesSripoWOrt
h" 1Jy'-lok rives more f or the moneV and
combines greater merits, ths anv other.
la short, it
has the Beat Stfinl-Kncrriivmcra Raal rinij th-V
iub, jjboi .Lvcss-j-aiierna, aeBi urigiual stories, Best
Work-Table Patterns. Rest Mnsl tti ot.
t x i 1-11 -. i ' r . y
no xuiiiicuBc urumauuu ana iOD?-estah jRhH Mnni
SRSSSfS:
Deai puDusnaa. All tne most popular female writers
contribute to it. In 1884. mora t.hnn inn nii.T
. , .. ..... ' v uii LUE I
stories will be given, besides Six Copyright Novelets
Dy Ann 8. Stenbons. Marv v. SDencer. Vmnt
Benedict, Lucy H. Hooper, the author of "Josiah Al!
lan'a WIfo and tho unthnv nf ITU s,..j -r
COLORED STEEL ASHlON-PLATES !
these. They are twice the ueuaf size, and are un-
Jr-lti HiKoUri .is me onlv magazine thiit
naiunuraiuruOTuij. aibu, jauusenoia, cooKerv. and
other receiuts : articlea nn Art KmhmU t"
Culture, House Decoration in short, everything in-
TERMS, ALWAYS L ADVANCE, $i.00 A TEAtt.
HTTJnparalleled offers to Clubs.W
IttrSV WnlAa Vr WD Kfl tkiuvA fi.!. M A -
nv vwuwb ivi W.uw. ilUCC VUUICB IUf M.DD. With
nterb Illnstrsted Volnme The AiMon nir T
uV for
Four Copies for $8.60. six copies for $9. With an
X??Z" ZZ12J2Li 88 a PnUn,
to the person eettins nn the Club.
Copies for S3, seven Conies for tlO.50. With WW
n tm copy of tha Magazine for 1884. and the
"Qol
"Mpiaenuut, "or tne large steeineraving, Tired
Out," to the person getting Bp- the club.
or rirer clubs still greater inducements i Ad-
"8B poet-pam. UHAKLKS J. f ETBRSON, 806
Cheetnutst., Phiadolphis Ps. .
clubs wtit"" T "
for, to get up I
ABE BEADY FOB THE FALL TRADE,
WTTH OHE OF THE BEST SELECTED
STOCKS IN THIS VICINITY !
" Sit' Consisting of
IDry CBrobcis :
Dress Goods,
. Cloaks, , ll . .h ' : :'.
Dolmans, '
Shawls,
Skirts,
Hosiery
Gloves,
And a Large Assortment of
liadies' and Children's Underwear,
In both Red and White.
Special Bargains in Black Goods, and
Trimmings for the same.
Also just received a large lot of Bed
Blankets and Comforters, which
we are selling very low.
Call and examine our stock and get prices.
Agents for BUTTEBICK'S PATTERNS.
Yours,
A. W. WALKER & CO.
T TyT TT! TT A TVTT .TT! V
Has just received another
LARGE CONSIGNMENT OP
Boots,
Shoes
-A.nd
IRixlofoers,
And is prepared to show the best selected
stock of goods ia his line to be
found in this vicinity.
have now and intend to keep the Latest
Styles in .
Ladies anr Gent's FINE BOOTS,
And will sell them at prices that defy compe
tition. ' .,s
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, AND SATIS
FACTION GUARANTEED.
A share of the public patronage respect
fully solicited.
WMjE. HANLEY.
JJODGSON,
The Grocer,
IS YET IN STAFFORD,
And likely to stay. Although he IS "dependent on
the public for patronage, and daft't know enongh to
keep his month shut on the liquor question," he has
not found it necessary to become a candidate for a
prosecuting agent, as his prospects for business were
never better. He means to keep his stock up in good
shape, sell all the Groceries he can get his pay for
and whoop up Temperance and Prohibition right
along.
BREAD is the staff of life. He keeps the biggest
and best Loaves for tha least money.
f The best Yellow and White Indian Meal in town.
Oranges, Lemons, Dates, Grapes, Figs, Nuts, Rais
ins and Currants a nice stock.
1 o i tt t tt t . m f
erel. , v .
His Spices are always reliable.
On Teas he takes no back seat. .
"Chase & Sanborn's Standard Java Coffee" is just
what they say it is "The Best Coffee in the world.
Try one can of it, and you will use no other.
With a clean stock, a clean store, and living prices,
a conscience void of offense, there is no reason why
he should not make some money, help make rum sell
ing disreputable and a crime in the eyes of the com
munity, and do his part to hasten the time when it
can be said "There is no liquor sold in Stafford,"
HODGSON, the Grocer, i
ew
MILLINERY GOODS !
. ALSO . -
FANCY GOODS,
: WORSTEDS, etc.,
;Mrs J.-A.Sinidnds
u - EATON'S BLOCK
STAFFORD SPRINGS. Conn.
v OPENED THIS WEEK i
Carefully selected
in New York, of best styles
materials, and which will be sold, or
niade - np in the best manner and at reasonable
prices..
Call and inspect my line of WORSTEDS
Aj tSilTnW 1AATM1 k 11 m m. '
iuiujiaji kxjiuv3. aii new ana tresn.
ESTABLISHED
IQ40.
A!M. KNIGHT & SONi 1 .
Designers and Ma&ietmrert f SsiUar Ap-
piunces for Hotel?, Factories aid Residences.
numbing In city and country residences, and give
personal saoer vision to all each work. - Cnmannnl
ence solicited. - SPRINQFIELD,,J4A8S. .
TWO Carloads of BALED HAY just
received by MAR8HAL BOLIEAU.- The beet
article always on band, and at lowest prices.
fFO BENT from
Oct. 1st, - the ' house
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on
-Hast-MauKWt., now occupied by F. E. Harlow.
Apply to
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REMQVAI.r-M.
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Hawland has-
Kockwetl's Blocii, Kat.en
JjEVOE'S
:Brilljat !f
2d. Givei'a powerful; brilliant
White light. :
3d. Does not smoke, nor smell,
nor crust the wick.
4th. Is the most economical oil,
because it gives the most light in
proportion to its price.
DEVOE'S
BRILLIANT 1 Olli
FOR SALE BY
F. A. KOYCE,
C. S. BBEBE,.
A. S. EATON, -M.
S. DIMMIOK,
Wales.
-Stafford.
Staffordville. !
Willington.
Tolland.
J. P. ROOT,
E. Ar BUOK & CO.,
WMOIiESALE AGENTS.
PARENTS: ;
The fall term of schools are
about to begin. You -will require
New Slxoes
FOR THE. CHILDREN !
Why not learn economy in selec
tion of shoes ? I honestly believe I
can reduce your Shoe bill
25 per cent, if you .will take my
. advice in selecting shoes.
My supply of School Shoes is un
usually large and attractive, to which
' you are especially invited for an Examination-
J. F. CHAMBERLIN,
Central Shoe Store. I
I offer a few very attractive
School Bonds, in small denom
inations, paying Eight (8) Per
Cent, annual interest, lO years
to run. These are very choice.
Also choice 7 percent, bonds.
Call and see them. Respectfully,
J. F. CHAMBERLIN.
W
E HAVE
JUST KECEIVED !
A LARGE STOCK OP
Oil Olotlis,
AND
iCurtjainrMaterils.
THE PRICES ARE LOW.
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G. H. BAKER & CO.
Ji PORTE RS and TAILORS.
ana
Domestic Suitings.
Trowserings
' - and
Q: Overcoatings.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. .
; : 411 Main Street,
j - SPRINGFIELD, Mafia.
FOR SALE- 3 Pointer Puppies, u Induire
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WHERE YOU CAN FIND A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF '
'. IVIeix'is a.cl and. Frock: Suits,
Young IVten's Nobby Four-Button ProcliB,
: Sack Suits, and
Youths', Boys and Children' Suits
IN OltEAT VARIETY. ALSO THE LARGEST STOCK OF
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FOUND ANYWHERE.
Largest Stock:
EVER SHOWN IN THIS VICINITY,
must be seen to be appreciated.
WE
Berkshire Iron-Bound Pants and Overalls,
AND
Denham Patent Shirt,
THE
' Which have gained such great popularity that they need no further mention.
We havethe Xliglit Grades at Hight Pricen.
Be sure and examine our stock before
JOHN 2&TJLA.
MAGNIFICENT
Hiillaies!
THE LAHGETp MOST COMPLETE LINE OF COOKING
AND HEATING APPARATUS EVER SHOWN IN TOWN.
; Tlie 2E3W HUB a.ndL
BAHSTOW'S NEW BAY STATE RANGES
Are acknowledged by the press and the public
convenient, durable, and best made goods of this class.
Slibuid youbuy-aBay fitate Range you will have THE BEST that ingenuity can de
vise or money can make. -They are sold with the guarantee that they possess more points
of convenience, economy and general utility than can be found in any other range.
- THE FAVORITE GARLAND, PARLOR STOVE t ,
IS STILL AT THE HEAD ! and is handsomer than
' feits,' and ask to bo shown a genuine Garland. I -
For high art and low feed stoves we hav secured . the best The .Hub. Royal and Royal
uariana ior 1884 are admired and praised by every one.
When you need anything in the way of a Range or Stove for cooking or heating pur
poses, before milking, aurchase call and examine a complete assortment at the house-fur-nishing
store of -,v ' ? j j r-. t i .t r
Where you will find the) best stock ib select
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embraces everything usually kept in a first-class
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Don't forget that' we aire Headuarlers for
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China. Tea Set,
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Pine Glassware,
o be found in Tolland County.,
,;.We .we sole agents for the New Uub, B
ALL KIMDS Or WORK IN JODDINC.
Kuaruaiceu. i i,: ; lUspeotfuUy.
J. J. GAlLiyjUJ S CO.;
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buying. Very respectfully,
STOCK OF!
to be the finest finished, most economical,
fconk Aidi'.art nd bJi?h finiahed tov at low
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