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^ v : ^ S»« . « . ^ , V • „;1 j u~ ^ , - -:: ;> ' /. l-, i "Equal- and Exact Justice to all Men of Whatever Stat^or Persuasiari/Retyiow or Political."—Tefersm • ; r price one Cent. c Nor walk, Conn., Thursday May 28, 1891, ^LTU^4V3. ^V, Ki THE LIVE NEWS OF TO-DAY. Miss Mabel Yanderlioef is visiting friends in New York. —Biggs Soda Water excels all others; try it. lV Secretary Simons of the Y. M. C. A. is in New York to-day. —Buy your Cigars at Sutherland's. Miss Dotha Stone Pinneo is visiting friends in New York and vicinity. —White Hellebore for exterminating Rose Bugs 25c; 15 at Biggs, ^ - Our friend Asa Smith believes in astronomy and says this is his dog-star. —Ladies Home Journal for June just out. Benedict has it. Only 10c. 108tf Miss Burrows bf Boston is visiting Mrs. William Lockwood on Elm Street. —For an hour's fun read Puck's Library for June; ask Benedict for it. tf Reporter Thomas's new bicycle scores one right on the tip end of its owner's nose. —Buy your Stationery at Sutherland's "Con." Engell is shaving everybody free of charge to-day. Cause—a boy— weight 12 pounds. The Hardware stores will be closed on Memorial Day, but will keep open until 10 o'clock Friday night. —When you clean house have your carpets cleaned at the Norwalk Carpet Cleaning works, 14 Knight street. 7tlll Rev. E. H. W. Barden and family of Scrub Oak, N. Y., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Brundage of Main street. A pleasant surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Brundage at their home on Main street last evening. —Genuine Vichy, Geyser and Deep Rock Waters on draught at Riggs. The employees of the Danbury and Norwalk road hold a clam bake at Brookside Park, Sunday. —Ice Cream Soda at Riggs. This morning Borough Engineer Wood and Burgess Burr went to Gregory's Point to stake out the new boulevard. • __ The public is earnestly requested to bring their flower offerings to the G. A. Hall as early as possible on Saturday morning. Buy your Fishing Tackle at> Sutherland's. Miss Belle Remson, of New York Hospital, who has been visiting Norwalk friends, returned to the metropolis yesterday. —Tenney's <fc Wallace fine candies at Riggs. . Mrs. Biddle of South Norwalk made a most earnest and interesting address to the ladies at their meeting in the Congregational chapel yesterday afternoon. The funeral services of Mrs. Fannie St. John, wife of Alonzo St. John, Will be held at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon at the family residence in Five Mile River. —Cigars that combine in their construction, choice material, excellent workmanship and produce a fine aroma can be found by the most fastidious smoker, at Benedict's. 108tf On Saturday next, Memorial Day, there will be a special sweepstakes trot for three prizes, at the track of the Gentlemen's Driving Association, beginning at 2.30 p. m. —Picture Frames at J. T. Prowitt's. Good work at low prices, W. P. Whitney in charge. No. 45 Main street. Gen. R. B. Craufurd has declined to act upon the commission appointed by. Warden Keeler to assess the alleged damages to the Daskam property by the East avenue street widening. The Rapid Transit Commissioners of New York city have decided on a west side road, to contain four tracks and run under Broadway and the Boulevard over Spuyten Duyvil Creek and out to the city limit line. —The balance of the stock of those fine' New York state horses, will be sold at bargains at Dann's. 3t. 110 Important time-table changes will take effect on the Housatonic railroad on June 1st, next Monday. Pocket time-tables showing these changes can be obtained from all ticket agents on Saturday of this week. —New Music at Benedict's &/ Comrades. That Is Love. ' New Spanish Dances. Come Back To Erin, f Tripping Feet (Polka). Rippling Waves. 108tf At the Methodist church this evening prayer meeting from 8 to 9 o'clock, after that the Quarterly Conference will be held. The Presiding Elder, Eev. C. S. Wing, a former pastor, will be present at both meetings. M ^ i ? , ""'SMSfi The probability of the escape of the jury bribers at New Orleans has given rise to talk of another uprising. After five hours' deliberation the jury acquitted Pasqualina Bobertiello, who killed Nicolo Pierro, her deceitful lover. Thomas A. Edison is perfecting a new invention which will combine the phonograph and the camera in one instrument. Judge Patterson, of the Supreme Court, dismissed the suit of Harry Al«- len against the executors of' William H. Yanderbilt. The United States Government is much hampered in the Behring Sea matter by the dilatory tactics of Lord Salisbury. _ Postmaster Hubbell's interest in bicycles is not purely personal, for he is thinking a great big think how much quicker, if not oftener, letters could be collected from the street boxes by a swift bicyclist. u l _ —Biggs Bed Bug Exterminator never fails, 25c. Alva B. Lockwood, formerly of the Main street market firm of Lockwood & Lockwood, goes to Bridgeport to- day to open at the "west end" of that city a meat and general market, and his hosts of Norwalk friends wish him the most abundant success for he deserves it. Although Messrs. C. W. Bell, W. S. Hanf ord, George C. Stillson and Levi Warner were chosen Justices of the Peace by admiring constituents they failed to qualify so that there are but sixteen justices to whom we can fly in the hour of broken heads or trespassing hens. —The remainder of Dann's carefully selected stock of New York state horses will be sold at cost. 3t 110. The Wilton burglary case is on today in the Superior Court at Bridgeport before Judge Sanford. . Ludding-ton entered a plea of guilty on two charges of burglary and was sentenced to state prison for eight years. There are no conjectures respectieg the fate of Miss Conroy. Charley Hendricks brought up from the lower bay yesterday and left on exhibition at Lockwood's market, an "ink." devil fish, or "skid," as they are sometimes called, had, as many feelers out as a politician and could, when pursued by an enemy, leave the water as thick and black with its sack of ink, as a scurrilous newspaper ruffian. Several friends who desired to attend the wedding of Miss Eva, daughter of John P. Webber, and BobertL. Broth* erton, .vent to the Webber residence, on Center avenue, last evening, and were dumbfounded to learn that Mr. Webber had moved to the Captain Lamb homestead. "Better late than never," was the war cry, and they hustled in such a lively manner as to reach their objective point in time to witness the pretty ceremony. —The best chance to get a first class family, saddle or road horse, is now offered, witho ut reserve at Dann's stables. St 110 Yesterday afternoon Officer Gormley found Henry B. Smith drunk on Wall street and locked him up. At 5 o'clock Justice Austin fined him $2 and costs. Late last night Officer McCarthy found Smith on Water street sleeping off the effects of another drunk. He had fallen upon the railroad track, but had been removed to a platform near by. This morning Justice Austin fined him $5 and costs, which will probably sober him effectually. —Decoration Day will be a good time to go to Beadman's and have your picture taken, Don't miss it. The pupils of the higher departments of the Over Biver school are rehearsing almost daily for their entertainment to be given in the Opera house next Tuesday evening. From several peeps behind the scenes the DAII/ST GAZETTE is able to assure its readers that those who do not attend will miss one of the best school entertainments ever given in Norwalk. To date, more than eight hundred tickets have been sold by the children, hence the logical inference that there will be a large audience. —Biggs Phosphates the most pleasant and nutritious of drinks. • Chief-of-Police Michael Keating, of Danbury, sent his resignation to the Common Council Tuesday night. The resignation was not acted on, but will undoubtedly be accepted as it was requested by the Council some time ago. Political animosity is said to be at the bottom of the chief's resignation. Keating was placed in office by the Bepub-licans, and has always been identified with the party until recently. The Be-publicans say that some time ago he went back on his party and worked with the Democrats in a quiet way. • • . Mr. Winfield Scott has moved back to West Main street. | Dennis <fc Blanchard were in receipt this morning of several bales of straw hats from Spain. Mrs. Dr. McDonald has returned home from visiting her mother and sister in Brooklyn, N. Y. Bev. Mr. Talcott, reetor of St. John's church, Stamford, was given $3,000 last night for a European tour. Freddie Main, a 12 years old school boy was killed, while walking on the track, at New Milford yesterday afternoon by a Housatonic train. Bobert Powers was tried this inorn-ing for breach 6f the peace committed some days ago. He received 15 days in jail from the kind hearted Justice. —Edward Street will offer to-day and to-morrow a large and attractive line of Vigoureux suitings at 6|c per yd. Just one-halt price. lll-2t F«r the DAILY GAZETTE.] The truth of the old adage Is never known to fail— The higher np the monkey climbs, The more he shows his tail. HENRY MATHEIS. ' < " —Edward Street offers to-day and Friday 25 doz. Ladies' fast black hose, Oynx and Hermsdorf dye at 25c a pair, worth 40 cents. They are the greatest bargain of the season. lll-2t Presiding Justice Van Brunt, sitting in the New York court of oyer and terminer yesterday fixed June 22 as the date of trial of the indicted directors of the New York and New Haven railroad. "Wash" Merritt, lost his paint brush overboard when painting the town bridge and leaping after it got into the river, took cold and now the grip or some other ailment has got him. Buckingham Lockwood was out on West avenue this morning in his spindle buggy, and one of his speedy trotters, when Tom. Ward came down behind and in attempting to cross the horse car track and to pass Lockwood, collided, and* threw Ward out on his head, threw his colt, and threw out and demolished Lockwood's running buggy. Fortunately neither the men nor horses were seriously hurt. "Honor to whom is due." The residents of West avenue near the Armory were entertaine.d with music on Monday evening, not "by Mr. Hodshon's Quartette," as the Sentinel stated, but by the Bachelors' Quartette,'composed of Messrs. Nash, Austin, Carier and Sterling, Mr. Hodshon having retired for the night, and Dr. McGonegal having gone to Brooklyn to see his mother, who is ill at her daughter's. —Pure Persian Insect Powder 50o 15, at Biggs. This morning in the presence of a hundred or more interested citizens, a chain was made fast to a huge rock, which had been partly unearthed, in front of Dr. Gregory's, and in a twinkling the steam roller had hauled it out of its nest as a dentist would extract a tooth. The stone, it was estimated, weighed between five and six tons, and as it would be impossible to make use of an ordinary stone boat on which to haul it away it became necessary to knock it to pieces where it lay. With Engineer Harry Pickering at the helm the steam roller can be depended on to "remove mountains." Mr. Stephen Comstock was up and out on his wheel this morning wken most of the people of the town were enjoying their soundest morning nap. He made the run from the Norwalk Hotel down East avenue to the Dorlon House, thence back via South Norwalk and West avenue to the place of starting, arriving before six, and having made the entire circuit a little inside of forty-five minutes. He thought to escape observation as he flew over the highways but the vigilant and sleepless reporter of the DAILY GAZETTE caught Tiim in the act ana thus reports the score. There are few fast nags in town that could have made better time. Who shall say that there is not a heap of fun and vigor in the popular bicycle? —You can getthe best 25c Tooth Brush in town at Biggs. The Gazette Would .Like to Know Why so many lead pencils were offered Sergt. Latson yesterday? Where Dry Goods-man Scofleld got that immense new pearl hat and he not in the hose deal? • Who made the' statue of Officer Adams now on exhibition at Police headquarters ? Boston Store. The rush at the Boston Store yi day was so dense that it was difficult to crowd into it, and so driven were all the clerks that Mr. O'Gorman had to serve lunch to them in the store. Who says it does not pay to advertise in the hustling little DAILY GAZETTE. : ' SatuMltfy, thdr e ^rill bg iiof pap^r issued ^om this office, unless some local happening of more than ordinary interest should demand the publication of an extea. Our combined Weekly and Daily' Will be published to-morrow, Friday^ instead of Saturday, as heretofore. Advertisers and newsmen, Will please "make a note of it." -•RT-IT MISS SPINSTER SAYSfeg ThR the Over Biver school enter-tainrrSEfiit will be very attractive to. all loveri-of beautiful children. That!.Mrs. Delos Culver is confined to herfroom at the Norwalk Hotel with a sprained ankle. Tha^Mrs. Thomas, of New York is visiting her sister, l\|iss Hoyt, on Main street.| Thaf Mrs. Mott's health is much improved since her arrival at Cleveland. Thatitalking to the average girl to whom Everything is "awfully sweet," or "simply dreadful," and whose terms for joy or grief, assent or denial, can be predicted. That a great deal might be accomplished with little effort to enable! the girls to add a few words to their Vocabularies. The English language, i made up as it is of words derived torn the principal languages of the wtirld, holds immense possibilities for the student. That, the dear little cheats, of girls have ferreted out a way of getting ahead of the fashions. It is the season for skirts with little material in them, and na apparent clothing under them. The gills are well aware of this and they also know that none of the pretty beruffled superfluities of former years can be worn underneath these tailor made gowns. Yet one and all have declared that they cannot and will not go unpetticoated. Fancy the horror of seeing a woman cross a street without revealing as much as a fluff of muslin or a frou-frou of lace! T'was out of the question. The whole condition of womanhood seemed at stake. Then someone, (all honor be upon her,) thought of a way out of the dilemma, a way of appearing to wear petticoats without wearing them at all. Inside of her tailor made gown, she sewed a flounce of lace, which was long enough to reach to the hem of the skirt. There was ihk dress.skirt beautifully elevated, at just the right angle and hanging below it were the lace skirts in charming fold and pose. Now all the girls are doing that sort of thing, and no one knows just how it happens that there is apparently no petticoat there, and yet there must be one, for now you see it and now you don't, which fact goes to demonstrate once more that you should believe only half what you see. Co. F Shooting Score. The Editor of the GAZETTE called on Capt. Bose this morning, as custodian of the score made in the rifle practice by Co. F yesterday and politely requested a copy of the same. The valiant Captain as politely declined to furnish it, giving as bis reasons that it was at his house and not yet made out. On our suggestion that the public sustained by its taxes the military system of the State and was entitled to have even so small.a matter as this record of the proficiency of the soldiers of Co. F furnished it, he replied that the score book was in the keeping of his family and a copy could be obtained by our calling upon them, but on our leaving him, he added that it would probably be useless to go up after it, as he doubted if the family would let us see it anyway, in his absence. So the GAZETTE is unable to give the score in all its fullest details, as it would have been glad to have done and as Capt. Bose should have deemed it a privilege to have permitted us and all the other papers in town to do, especially under the peculiar and mortifying position in which he stands before the public in regard to his own military record. We are able to give, however, all that the best friends of Co. T, and the citizens of Norwalk must tfcesire to see, and mighty interesting xeading it will prove to the honorable members of the Court of Inquiry recently convened here for the examination and trial of Lieut. Matheis, and who, afrthe GAZETTE sincerely believes, and as -we- think a large majority of the most reputable people of Norwalk believe, was dismissed a service he had honorably adorned for seven years, by a conspiracy and down-j. xxtfie testimony before the Court Latson swore that Corporal Hunt only made four and that he, Latson, marked him up to nineteen. Yesterday Corporal Hunt's record was21, at300yards, and 17 at 400 yards out of a possible 25; Musician Carier, 21, at 300 yards, and 20 at 400; Corporal Pollard, 17 at 300, and 23 at 400Corporal Sterling, 19 at 300, and 20 at 400, and yet the above four are the men-that Capt. Rose's two previous '-'avengers," testified before the Court that they had marked up from four to nineteen. The falsity of the testimony of Latson and Bile is made apparent and ridiculous enough by yesterday's scoring to make an army mule. grin. Lieut. Math ids Vindicated at the Rifie Range. Who Lied Before the Inquiry ? ,, Court of r^The public will remember that Lieut. Henry Matheis was tried before a Court of Inquiry composed of Major W. F. Bidwell, Capt. George O. McLean and Lieut. Theodore McDonald, upon charges made by Serg't Latson and C. B. Bile that they had been ordered by Matheis to mark up certain scores that the shooters might qualify as marksmen, and that they had obeyed and marked up certain members. On their testimony. Lieut. Matheis was found guilty of the charges, and a dishonorable discharge recommended by this galaxy of military men,who were wined and dined and driven about the streets of Norwalk by one who nearly every citizen in town believed to be at the bottom of the whole miserable business and who was using every effort to remove from the company those members who had in anyway opposed his aspirations to the Captaincy. Among the members of Company F whom Latson swore that he had marked up their scores, because of their failure to qualify, were Corps. Hunt, Pollard, Sterling and Carier, and, in consequence, their marksmen badges of 1890 were withheld from them by an order from the Adjutant General. Yesterday at the annual May parade and shoot these same men shot again, and Latson and Bile were not at the "butts" to punch pencil holes in the target to assist them in qualifying. At the 300 yard range Corp. Pollard made 17 out of 25, with four shoots only, and 23 out of 25 at the 400 yard range, or forty out of a possible 50 at both ranges. Corp. Carier made 21 at the 300 and 20 at the 400 yard range. Corp. Hunt made 21 at the 300 and 17 at the 400 and Corp. Sterling 19 at 300 and 20 at 400. Thus it will be seen that every one of these men are first-class marksmen, able at any and all times to qualify, as their former scores have always proved, and that too, without the aid of Latson. In view of these facts, we leave the matter to the public, the members of the Court of Inquiry and the Adjutant General, to decide as to who lited on the witness stand, Latson, Bile or Matheis, an$ whether Lieut. Matheis was not made the victim of a base conspiracy. The GAZETTE sincerely believes he was and so do most of the honest people of Norwalk, who have given the subject the least examination. Pinafore. NEW HAVEN, May 25, 1891. To THE EDITOR OP DAILY GAZETTE :— My primitive object in giving local entertainments, was to encourage and improve local home talent, and seeing the good material of which it was composed, and the success that crowned my efforts, gave me the first conception to utilize such talent and with that end in view I determined to go still further and decided to revive the old and ever popular opera H. M.S. "Pinafore," which was produced with immense success at the Hyperion Theatre, New Haven, Bunnell Theatre, Bridgeport and Hartford. The fame of this fine production spread to other cities and I was urgently requested to give a performance in Norwalk, my friends assuring me that a hearty reception awaited myself and company in Norwalk. ' With these flattering assurances coming from all sides I have determined to bring H. M. S. "Pinafore" to South Norwalk. on Tuesday, June 2d. JUSTINE INGEBSOIJII. Miss Ingersoll the enterprising promoter of the rare entertainment is of Norwalk pedigree, and her forefather sleeps beneath a slate slab a few feet from the west door of St. Paul's church. Her grandfather the Hon. Balph Isaacs Ingersoll, formerly United States Minister to Bussia,was a grandson of Balph Isaacs Jr., son of Balph Isaacs Sr., the sleeper above referred to, who was the earliest warden of St. Paul's parish, and who brought up his family in the close vicinity of what has for so many years been the home of the late lamented Mrs. James A. Hoyt, of East avenue. ' Balph Isaacs Jr., the grandparent of Hon. Balph Isaacs Ingersoll, and consequently a foreparent of Miss Justine Ingersoll, removed from Norwalk to the handsome Cherry Hill property in Branford, Conn., and now owned by Mr. John W. Nichols and the residence of the widow of Colonel Henry Allen of the 17th Conn. Vols, whose dust lies in Union cemetery. At Cherry Hill Mr. Ingersoll rounded out a long life and now lies under the chancel of the Branford parish church. Miss Ingersoll is also, through her mother, Virginia Gregory, a granddaughter of one of Norwalk's most illustrious sons, the late Commodore Francis H. Gregory of the U. S. Navy; while her affinity is still further notable in that it includes that of the old Knickerbocker Vanden-huval family, the peculiarly curtailed magnificent Broadway property of which is opposite the New York City H a l l t o d P o s t O f f i c e . . : , t . ; • ; Music Sail, South Norwalk.,. ONE NIGHT ONLY! 1 TUESDAY, JUNE 3d, '91 ^ A GREAT SOCIAL EVENT. : H. M. S. Pinafore! -BY THE-Dessauer Opera Co., f Composed of New Haven Musical Talent- CH,ORTJS OF 40 VOICES, MOWER'S ORCHESTRA. t.. , /Under the management of MISS JUSTINE INGERSOLL. i i- Prices—$1.00, 75 and 50 cents. Seats now on sale Hoyt's and Gregory's. Columbia College Dramatic Club •WILL APPEAR IN - -V BRIDGEPORT, THURSDAY, JUNE 2d. W. B. Hall & Co. WANT Six First-Class Waist - Trimmers. None but the most experienced need apply. Good Wages Will be paid to competent ladies. Apply to * MRS. CONNOR, r With W. B. HALL & GO. TO BENT. TO KENT.—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply at DAILY GAZETTE OFFICE. lwlUp 10 RENT.—1The upper floor !of hoiise, cor-ner of Belden and South Union avenues. Enquire at LOCKWOOD'S MABKET, ;NO. 7 Main street. Iwl08p T 0 KENT.—Desirable Tenements on Chapel St. Enquire of ALFRED E. AUSTIN. Iw21p rpO RENT.—New Handsome Cottage; com- JL plete order; $12.00 per month. Apply 6 HARRIET STREET. , lwl03p TO RENT.—A Suite of Rooms in the James Bio ok, south entry, second- story. Apply to P. ST. JOHN- LOCKWOOD. tf7fJ FOR SALE. FOR SALE.—A number of large Counter Drawers, that were in use at the Ambler store will be sold at a bargain. Apply at TRISTRAM & HYATT'S, GAZETTE Building. tfl9 APRETTY Cottage of seven rooms, near the Bridge. Price $2,500. Only $500 down. Apply to O. E. WILSON, Real Estate Agent, GAZETTE Building. WANTED. WANTED.—A House Servant for general work. Apply to MRS. F. T. BETTS, on the Green. 2tlll "\TTANTED.—Washing or cleaning. Call at \\ 25 Chapel street, (house in the rear), Norwalk. 2tll0p B ONERS WANTED.—Apply at the Corset Factory of ROTH & GOLDSCHMIDT. lwl06p LAUNDRESS WANTED.—Apply immediately to J. C. COLLINS, American House, Main street. tfl05| W ORK WANTED.—Any kind of light work . . about a store, office or place gladly accepted by a G. A. R. comrade. Apply to RICHARD MATTHEWS, at the Betts Place, Winnipauk. tf93 THE CELEBRATED IVERS & POND PIANO With all their patents, including soft stop attachment, can be seen by calling on or addressing N. K. FERRIS, Organist of the Norwalk M. E. Church and TEACHER OF THE PIANO, ORGAN AND HARMONY. Residence—30 West avenue, Norwalk, Conn.; P. O. Box 131. At home Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a. m. to 12 m. 3mll0 C. H. UNDERBILL Is now ready to pay special attention to A1 Ms of Carpenter Work. Those who contemplate building or repairing will do well to give him a call at his residence, lwl08 10 FITCH ST., EAST NORWALK. Special Notice. THE Subscriber, having sold out his Livery Business, would respectfully request all persons indebted to him to call at his former office at'the old stand and settle the same. In my absence MR. WINFIELD H. SCOTT will sign for me. tfl9 GEORGE S. GREGORY. DISTRICT of Norwalk, ss. Probate Court, May 28th, A. D.. 1891. WHEREAS, Application has been made to this ourt for administration of the estate of of Norwalk, in said h tariTatPlePaesrt] WOODWARD. Judge ss. Probate Court, late of Norwalk, the District of
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Nor walk, Conn., Thursday May 28, 1891,
THE LIVE NEWS OF TO-DAY.
Miss Mabel Yanderlioef is visiting
friends in New York.
—Biggs Soda Water excels all others;
try it. lV
Secretary Simons of the Y. M. C. A.
is in New York to-day.
—Buy your Cigars at Sutherland's.
Miss Dotha Stone Pinneo is visiting
friends in New York and vicinity.
—White Hellebore for exterminating
Rose Bugs 25c; 15 at Biggs, ^ -
Our friend Asa Smith believes in astronomy
and says this is his dog-star.
—Ladies Home Journal for June just
out. Benedict has it. Only 10c. 108tf
Miss Burrows bf Boston is visiting
Mrs. William Lockwood on Elm Street.
—For an hour's fun read Puck's Library
for June; ask Benedict for it. tf
Reporter Thomas's new bicycle
scores one right on the tip end of its
—Buy your Stationery at Sutherland's
"Con." Engell is shaving everybody
free of charge to-day. Cause—a boy—
weight 12 pounds.
The Hardware stores will be closed
on Memorial Day, but will keep open
until 10 o'clock Friday night.
—When you clean house have your
carpets cleaned at the Norwalk Carpet
Cleaning works, 14 Knight street. 7tlll
Rev. E. H. W. Barden and family of
Scrub Oak, N. Y., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Brundage of Main street.
A pleasant surprise party was given
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Brundage at their
home on Main street last evening.
—Genuine Vichy, Geyser and Deep
Rock Waters on draught at Riggs.
The employees of the Danbury and
Norwalk road hold a clam bake at
Brookside Park, Sunday.
—Ice Cream Soda at Riggs.
This morning Borough Engineer
Wood and Burgess Burr went to Gregory's
Point to stake out the new boulevard.
The public is earnestly requested to
bring their flower offerings to the G.
A. Hall as early as possible on Saturday
Buy your Fishing Tackle at> Sutherland's.
Miss Belle Remson, of New York
Hospital, who has been visiting Norwalk
friends, returned to the metropolis
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