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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, APRIL 6, 1898.
8 ; i ' " T la Business Circles. J. Halley Carriclt makes an announce m.'nt in another column concerning her new millinery parlor, at 113 Eastern avenue. The rooms are on the second floor, easily leached, and the ladies will be interested in the opening display of millinery Roods, which occurs Friday and Saturday of this week. Miss J. M. Miller has been in New York markets the past week, and will have her millinery opening on Thursday and Fri day ol this week. Miss Lois Allbce of Bradford has been enpnRed to work for the new firm of E. L. Hunt & Co., who open their store on Saturday of this week. See announce ment elsewhere and the invitation for Saturday and Monday. The New England Acetylene Gas Com pany have equipped P. A. Roach's store with their new illuminant Hnd it has al ready attracted very lavorable attention. A very attractive design in the window of Atwood's cafe shows what a good baker can do in the frosting line. A pyr amidal design of several stories has been designed and made by F. Kellogg, the baker at the cafe, and it is as fine a piece of frosted work as has ever been seen in town. Mrs. A. M. Stanton has returned from market and has changed the dates of her millinery opening Irom Thursday and Fri day of this week to Thursday and Sat urday. See her advertisement elsewhere. Miss E. P. Williamson has her millinery opening on April 15 and 16. Patterns will be on exhibition Saturday, April 9. No cards. Miss L. C. French advertises in another column her Easter opening of millinery goods. The ladies will be eaer to see her new and pretty things. J. 0. Drouin has offered, as will be seen by an advertisement elsewhere, his plan ing and dressing mill tor sale. The build ings are spaciousand cover about 10,000 feet of flooring and ore will adapted lor any business enterprise that wishes to locate here. The reason is poor health, inexperience in that line ol business and overcrowding of the business. The land and buildings are for sale cheap and on easy terms. Meanwhile contractors and builders who wish to use the ma chinery can arrange with Mr. Drouin. Here is a chunce lor some enterprising man or company to do something lor himsell and the town. O. V. Hooker & Son have bought of M.J. Culdutck his mil estate and four enures of water in the Paddock village dam. They have numerous applications for room and power. This uddiiion to their water rights will enable thitn to make good use of their land and s.de track. St. Johnsbury Center. An entertainment will he given by the Epworth League April 15. at the Metho dist chu'di. There will lie music, a sup per furnished by the Mite Society, and a lecture by Rev. F. T. Clark. Rev. A. C. Cole exchanged with Rev. F. T. Clark last Sunday morning. Mis Hat tie Learned is at St. Johns bury helping care lor Robert Pip;r who is sick with typhoid fever. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church held a tea meeting at H. E. Brock way's on Tuesday alter noon. Miss Lizz'e Ayers has been spending a few days at George Willey's. There will be an E ister concert at the Methodist church next Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. The funeral of Harley Staples, son of Mrs. Lynn, was held on Thursday ol last week, Rev. F. T. Clark officiating. Miss Margaret McFarhmd has gone to West Burke to work through thesummer. Charles B inett and wile of Hardwick were called here last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Bonett's niece, Pansy Reynolds. Mrs. John McFarland has been spend ing u few days at A. B. MeFarland's. The last entertainment in the local lecture course will be given at the Con grtgaiional church Thuisduy evening, Atnl 7. Mrs. J. W. Titeomb will give a talk on art in connection with the exhi bition of 50 drawings hyeminent artists. Frank O. French will give several ol his humorous selections and Miss Elsie M. Ranney will give seme recituls At the close of the entertainment the drawings will be sold at auction, thus uffording a first class chance to buy some excellent drawings at your own price. East St. Johnsbury. Annie M. Smith ol Mount Hotyoke col lege and Charles Graham of Dartmouth are at home lor their spring vacution. Miss Carrie Griswold of Virgennes High school is enjoying a trip to Washington ; returning she will visit friends at Cam bridge, Mass., and is expected at her home in this village Saturday, where she will spend the remaining time of her vacation. Miss Mabel Dodge will teach in the Graves district this spring. Jack Richards has sold his blacksmith shop in Plymouth. N. H., and is at work for his brother in St. Johnsbury, driving from bis home near this village to his work. George Hill has a position with the Ely Hoe & Fork Co. and hus commenced work, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wark verv pleasantly entertained a large number of their friends Fridav. New suaar whs served and its fine quality was lully ap preciated as was proved by its rapid dis appearance. The Margaret Missionary Society will meet at the parsonage Friday alternoon lor a tnnnk-otlering meeting. Mrs. H. M. Knnpp is spending a few uays wun ner sister in Boston. Mrs. Nathaniel Lee is in very poor health this spring. Mrs. J. R. Lee and dauchter. Mir. Her. tha, are spending several dnvi with Inends in tins vicinity. About 25 youne neonlc unexnrctedlv called upon Miss Edith Kurld lust Fridny evening, to remind her that it was her 15th birthday. A very pleaBnnt evening was enjoyed and Miss Rudd was presented with a beautiful birthday UUU.I Board of Trade Meeting. The monthly meeting of the Board of Trade on Monday evening was full ol business and quite well attended. Three new members were taken in: W. B. Eastman, E. O. Leonard and John Rick aby. The president announced these standing committees for the year: Manufacturing E. H. Blossom, R. Mackinnon, C. H. Horton, C. H. Stevens, A. T. Stocker. K;al Estate W. H. Preston, M. J. Russell, W. B.Johnson, E. L. Hovey, 0. S. Abbott. L.gilation-John C. Clark, W. P. Stafford, A. L. Bailey. Transportation H. N. Turner, E. F. Griswold, George H. Cross. Municipal Aft.iirs W. S. Boynton, Dr. T. K. Sules, L. N. Smythe. Arbitration Edward T. Fairbanks, E. F. Brown, C. P. Curpenter. Agriculture George W. Story, Louis Gingras, Chas. Rogers, W. L. Russell, J. 0. Drouin. H. H. Curr, Frank Wulker. Finance E. H. Blossom, 0. H. Hender son, F. A. Pierce. Mercantile Frank II. Brooks, E. N. Randall, C. A. Stanley, F. G. Bundy, H. R. Albee, C. A. Calderwood. C. C. Biug hum, H. A. Stunley, C. C. Follunsby. The reply sent to the invitation to the Vermont Dairyman's Association to hold their annuul meeting in St. Johnsbury was read and placed on file. The presi dent stated that an invitation had been sent to the brotherhoods of railway employes to meet here May 22 and that they had decided to come. The president was authorized to appoint a special committee to arrange for a reception on May 21 to the visitors. A communication from the Boston Chamber ol Commerce, requesting that the Bourd of Trade adopt resolutions commending a new reciprocity treaty between the United States and the Dominion ol Canada and Newioundland, and place them ucioie Piesidcut McKiuley and Hon. Joseph A. Kasson, special com missioner, at the earliest possible date, was next taken up, and alter brief speeches by H. N. Turner and C. P. Car penter the tesulutions were adopted. The president stated that since the March meeting it had been suggested that a muss meeting be held for the sui Iciing Cubans and that a special com mittee had taken this in charge. L. N. Smythe reported lor the committee that by a house to house canvass they had secured $141.85. On motion of Robert Mackinnon tne Board of Trade made this $150. The Mlowing resolution was intro duced by L. N. Smythe and unanimously adopted : Whereas, The St. Johnsbury Board of Truile, In regular meeting assemb ed, are keenly alive to the eriucul situation which now comruiits the President, be it KenulveU, I hut we exprci-8 our hearty en dorhi'm. nt of President McKinle-y'a course up to the present tunc, mid hupe thut Hucc with liouor inuy tie inuintuined ; tliut eJuiia may be Ireed, il poxMbic, without the intervention ol uriiiH. And be it luriher Kcseilved, 1'hat a copy o( these resolutions be sent to Loiiijrcsninail Grout with our recommendation thut he use ull ins influence to preserve pcuec at this eiUU, believing thut it would be both huminutinK and shamelul lur the United Mutes, the Lading Christian nation ol the world, to take the initiative in declaring war, unless it be absolutely neces sary to preserve national honor uud to stop the utroeities now being enacted in culm. The secrctuiy read the correspondence rclatiui; to the establishment ol another slioe factory here and it was decided to drop the mutter. H. N. Turner then spoke in a dclightml wuy of his recent trip to the Pacific coast. He described bis journey from Ncv Orleans to San 1-runcisco, touching on the silver question and spoke most encouragingly of the business outlook iu the far West. To Rent on Clinton Ave., Cottage House ol eight rooms lurnacc, range, bath room, hot and cold water. Enquire of Mrs. J. H. Carpenter, 10 Clinton Ave. ScNinnuNO paper, in blocks or loose, for Sale, cneap, at the Caledonian office. ust the sort of material tor use by school children. Births. At St Johnshurv, March 27. a daughter to Mr. and Mrs VAIlllam B Gaffney. At St. Johnsbury Bast, April 3, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. W H. Russell. At Wheetock, March 2D, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. James Hall. Marriages. At West Burke, March 19, by Rev. G. H. Wright. Theodoie B. King of Burke and Mury Esther Nutt of Sutton. DeulllH. At St. Johnsbury. March IS, Louis, son of Jarvis Cota. aged 2 years. At St. Johnsbury. March 20, Ablah, wife of the late Chnrles Hill, aged 81. At St Johnsbury, March 80, Robert D. Harlow, aged 48. At St. Johnsbury, March 29, H. G. Staples, formerly of Barre, aged 27 years. At t Johnsbury, April 1, Lois Prudence, daughter ol John and Lizzie Furnhum, aged nearly one year. At Chichester. N. H., March 80, Josephine Stcile, a lonner resident of St. Johnsbury. Public Notice. We are hereby authorized to refund the money on a 25c or 50c bottle of Hustena the great cough remedy if it does not cure your cough and cold. Try it. C. C. Bingham. A. F. Walker. Flint Bros. Hovnton & Eastman. A. C. Randall. Frank G Landry. ' O. B. Cutting, West Concord. L. D. Stilks. St. Johnsbury Center. WANTED. FOR SALE. ETC. Small advertisements will be Inserted in this column in reading matter type at the rate of two cents a word for the first inser tion and one cent a word for subsequent in sertions. Cash must accompanv the order. 1 To Rent. Two good rooms, with or without board, 17 Main street. "Wanted. Salesman to handle our lubricating oils on commission in St. Johnsbury and vicinity. Liberal terms. The Euclid Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio." F. 0. Clark, 101 Eastern Ave., offers for sale this week a very nice assortment ol Easter cards and novelties and the prices are right. Sweet Peas. 1 oz. 6 cents; 4 oz. 20 cents. Mrs. L. H.Jones, 10 Oak street. Room to Kent Large Iront room, on second floor, ut 15 Summer street. For Sale. Dining room furniture and chamber suits, at 12 Summer St. Mrs. M. E Clifford Easter Flowers. Order your Easter flowers oi C. F. Gibbs in good season und save disappointment. Piano to rent or for sale. Chas. S. Hastings. St. Johnsbury, For Sale or to Rent. No. 47 Spring St. Modern house, contains twelve rooms, bath room, fire-place, Waterford water. New, roomy, convenient, stable with basement. Also, lawn and garden. Apply at 58 Summer St, Persons having negatives at Kellogg's Photo Studio and desire their preserva tion, will call on or address W. M. Kel logg. No. 1 Spring street, St. Johnsbury. All negitives have been removed Irom sturiiw and will be destroyed April 15. W. M. Kellogg. Lost. Ladies' watch, on Main street, oxydized silver, open face. Leave at Caledonian office. Wanted. Sewing, J. K. Herbert, 2 Prospect avenue. Tenements in the Winter houses, Caledonia street, to rent. House to rent, six rooms, acre of land, good barn, situated hall a mile irom scale shops. F. H. Ranney, St. Johnsbury, or George Pierce, Lyndonville. Lot op Good Shoats lor sale. J. F. Adams. East Barnet, To Let. House at No. 32 Mt. Pleas ant street, nine rooms, modern conven iences, very desirable. Address, Mrs. H. W. Hudson, 3 Pine street, South Fram inghum, Mass. , During the Year 1 897, THE NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. INCREASED its Payments to Policy holders, its. Assets, its Policy Reserves, its Surplus Account, its Insurance Outstanding, Assets, Liabilities. $14.826,992 28. $13.000 826 73. SAMPLE POLICY ON REQUEST W. W. SPRAGVF, Gen ral Agent, $ 208.893 38 1.2H6.967 87 1.122 49759 164.470 28 4,215,349.00 Surplus. $1,820,165 55 i St. Johnsbury, Vt. A fairly good watch at $5.00 amazingly good at the price. Then up to whatever you say. And every cent you pay goes for watch. 11 F' rinstance" APPLETON-TRACY Movement, 17 jewels, adjusted $14.00 Any muke of FILLED CASE, 20 year warrant, 14 K $ 8.75 FRYE'S WATCH STORE. Send stamp for watch catalogue. FOR SALE OR TO RENT. The fine two-storv Dkirinsr and drfiRR.T.P' mill nwnnrl lw J. ft. Drouin, located in Paddock's Village, thoroughly equipped whh latest machinery j 10.000 feet floor space j everything A 1 . Will sen or rem wun or witnout macninery, ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY EVERYWHERE. THE POOR MAN . Can now own his home, Nothing down, and monthly instalments will buy a house to suit you, Ooma in and talk it over, Lowest Rates Best Companies RICKABY & CO., Insurance and Eeal Estate, 80 Eastern Avenue. FIRE INSURANCE The Old Bee Hive Carpet Store. Carpets, Draperies, Rugs, Wall Papers. You need many new things this Spring to brighten up the home. Come to Burlington ! Dome to the BEE HIVE, you will find the larg est assortment of fine goods ia Vermont There is no grade of carpet made but what is represented in our stock, We also sell White Enameled, Brass Trimmed Beds, and have a catalogue showing all the desirable styles. Send for it. THE OLD BEE HIVE. Church Street, Burlington, Vt. Bicycles Repaired and Sold. Have you given the new Bicvcle Store a call? If not come in and see SOME OF THE FINEST MADE WHEELS that money will buy. I have Remingtons, Envoy9 Fleetwings, Sterns and Orients, and others coming in a few days. As the riding season is near at hand bring in your old wheels and get them repaired at W. W, S. BROWNE'S, 61 Eastern Avenue. Ritchie's New Dry Goods Store. SILKS. New Fancy Stripe and Check Sis for waists and trimmings iooand 125 yard. Only waist pattern lengths in desirable styles. Japanese Plaid Silks 50c. yd. New Foulard Dress Silks 27 inches wide 62 i-2c. yd. Samples sent when re quested. Easter Kid Gloves. At $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 pair. Good assort ment of color. Fully warranted. Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury. Recommended by all. The New Beverage. KOLA RAYS I The Great Nerve Renovator. On sale at all Drug Stores. CRYSTAL SPRING BOTTLING CO., Barnet, Vt PRING OPENING Thursday and Saturday, April 7 and 9 Cloaks, Suits and Capes. Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Laces. Fine French Millinery, Pattern Hats, Flowers and Ribbons. With due respect for the day and for our Governor's request, our store will be closed all day Friday. A Cordial invitation is extended to the public. THE BROOKS-TYLER DRY GOODS COMPANY. SPRINC SUIT I SOMETHING NOT YERY EXPENSIYE E. But will be good and durable was inquired for yesterday by a man who wanted some thing for a Business Suit. He had come to the right store. There Isn't another line of Clothing that can meet such requirements as this with such a quantity of desirable suits as you will find In our stock. It is the Mecca of present buyers. They know that something can always be found here In good taste at the wished for price. Suits $5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $8.00 and $ 1 0.00 D. SltELE & COMPANY, 41 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt.