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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, NOVEMBER 15, 1890,
. PERSONALS. Mrs. F. A. Balch is convalescent. Freddie Carrick, who bas been quite ill, is better. Rev. J. A. Lynch is in Boston this week rtn business. L. Burton Jones, of Newport, was in invm last week. Frank H. Preston is at present employ ed at the freicht office. H. C. Babbitt, from Montpelier, is vis niiMT bis mother. Mrs. A. C. Babbitt. Porte. Eddie and Levi Gray, of Glover, are visiting at W. A. Little's this week c.v Attorney L. P. Slack was in Oimv ti J Mnntnelier last week on legal business. Mrs. J. C. Mooncy and son, Glen, from West Concord, were in town last l nurs ilnv. Mr. and Mrs. Horace White spent a few days with relatives in Walden re- Miss Carrie Braley is seriously ill with brain fever at the Dansville, N. Y., sani tariutn. Mrs. Charles I. Carpenter is spending several weeks with friends in Boston-ana Rrnoklvn. Miss Margaret Newell is assisting as ... .... nw in Cross' bakerv for a BlCUWfti" - shnrt time. Mrs. Lambert Packard and Miss Mary relatives in Me X (lv iv a i vi r thuen. Mass. Mrs. Suaulding. of Bradford, spent a..Aav with her sister. Miss Edith UUUUHJ ...... - r rVmmherlain. Mrs. Walstein Morris and E. M. Spaulding returned from their western trin last week. Little Hazel, only child of Mr. and vi- r n Hastings, has been very ill luiii. w J ' a ' with tonsilitis. E. L. Hunt is in Boston this week looking for the latest novelties and Christmas goods. Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Brooks leave (or Boston this afternoon where they will spend the wiuter. Hon. E. A. Aldrich, of Littleton, N. IL, judge ol the United State's circuit court, was in town Monday. m;co Tin Oaskell entertained a number of her playmates at a party Saturday afternoon at her Summer street home. Major N. P. Bowman was called to Bennington last week to attend a meet ing of the trustees of the Soldier's Home. Paul S. Carter is at Pompanoosuc re porting a legal hearing. Miss Carrie S. Drew is taking his place at Fairbanks' office. TI. G Goss went to Bostc n last week with his sister Angie, who will spend the winter with her brother Frank, at Wal tham. Cashier Allen of the Woodsville Na tional Bank and Lawyer Sloane of Woodsville were here Monday night on business. John S. Meigs bas given up his position in a railroad office in Chicago and has secured a better place with a wholesale produce firm. Mrs. Patrick Mulrooney, who has been at the St. Johnsbury Hospital for several weeks, is now much better and goes to her home this week. Mrs. George F. Cheney is entertaining her mother, Mrs. A. A. Smith of Ran dolph, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Parker A. Smith ol Palatka, Fla. Fred B. Stevens has the position of mail transfer clerk at Essex Junction in stead of between Brattlehoro and South Londonderry as announced last week. Rev. T. II. Hoffman has moved from New Haven, into the Blodgett house on Main street, and will act as agent tor the Mutual Life Insurance company, of New York. Mrs. C. M. Lamson, who is affec tionately remembered by so many St. Johnsbury people, has left Hartford, Conn., and gone to Auburndale, Mass., to live. Mrs. A. ID. Forsaith. from West Con cord, and her sister, Miss Celia Ilavward from California, and Miss Nellie Batch elder, were guests of Mrs. A. M. Brown last Thursday. W. M. Kellogg, of Hartford, Conn., a former St. johnsbury photographer, is here for a short time in the interests of the Guadalupe Mining and Milling Com pany of Arizona. John Glynn, formerly of St. Johnsbury, and now of Mcntpdier, died at that place last Friday alter an illness ofeight weeks. He leaves in this town a brother, James Glynn, and a sister, Mrs. P. A. Koach. Rev. John Barstow, pastor of the Con gregational church at Medford, Mass., and a well remembered graduate ol the class of '70 at St. Johnsbury, spent last night in town as the guest of William C. Tyler. C. C. Konette, who was so seriously iniured by a lall from his parachute at the Rochester, N. IL, fair the middle of September, has sufficiently recovered to be able to travel and went to Burlington last week. Mrs. Henry G. Ely, who has been spending several weeks with her daugh ter in Brooklyn, has returned home. She : aonnmnnnierl hv her sister. Mrs. G. II. Bradford, ol Sherbrooke, who is spend ing the week here. Bishop A. C. A. Hall, of Burlington, stopped a few hours in town Friday on his way home from the northern part of the state where he has made official visits. While here be neiu an iniormai meeting with the vestry of St. Andrew's church. Mrs. George H. Frost is doing some very successfnl elocution work both here and in Lyndonville. She has a class of nknnf Kft in hl Apnrtpmv. B POod HUtH ber of private students here and two classes at Lyndonville, where she spends her Saturdays. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Taylor and daugh ter, Hazel, of Lowell, Mass., were in town last week to attend the wedding of Mrs. Taylor's sister, Miss Maud G. Miles. Also Miss Florence Goss, of Wells River, and Miss Alma Thomas, of Shef field. Mrs. A. C. Babbitt entertained the larlies of the Seventy Club Monday alter noon. Owing to the illness of several 01 the members only a few were present, but a very pleasant afternoon was enjoyed and congratulations were extenaea to Mrs. Babbitt on her nintieth birthday. Many tributes were paid to the late president, Mrs. Cole, who is greatly missed at these meetings. The editor of the Caledonian landed in New i orK on iov. i a ."j stormy passage which culminated in a cyclone. Unless subscribers object Mr, Stone will continue his series of foreign letters for a few weeks longer. During his absence the readers have been splen didly served by j. W. Sault, one of the best known journalists in the state, as sisted by the regular office force. Rev. Thomas Tyrie is having the same . t l 1 1 ,.r success as a preacner at aiucuwu, Mass , as in St. Tohnsbury and no one who knew him here believed it would be otherwise. The Attleboro bun says mat the present scries of lectures Deing preached by Mr. Tyrie are so forceful, convincing and logical that the sugges tion is offered that they be gathered in one small volume for circulation." Michael Cassidy, employed in the valve department in the shop, has resigned his position and Monday returned to nis former home in Boston where he nas ac cepted a similar position with Crosby & Co. During the last two years he has made many friends by his genial and affable manne- in testimony of which about SO or 40 of his friends were nt the station when he left and gave him a fare well handshake. The friends of Anson S. Hopkins who was 25 years ago a clerk in the Fair banks scale office will be interested to learn that he has moved from Chicago, where he has been for the past 20 years, and is now connected with the Traitd Marble Company of New York, one ol the largest concerns in that city. His oldest daughter is in her second year in the Chicago Medical College, the second daughter is just graduating Irom Chi cago University and the two younger children are in the Chicago high school I FT K laia 1 WW nu n TALK FACTS. 2J Our leader in Fleece Lined Under wear we are selling at 35c. a garment. Now for facts-you have been paying 50c. for the same thing. These gooas cannot be bought today cheaper than $4.00 a dozen in case lots. We can save you 15c. a garment. Your size is here today, but you ought to hurry, they won't last long. Remember, it's 50c. Underwear for 35c. Here Is another fact : We have 5 dozen Men's Outside Wool Shirts Shirts you have never bought less than $ 1 .00, $ 1 .25 or $ 1 .50. They are all in one lot, sizes 14Va to 17, and the 68c. Each. , M'e Qfl,i, c.-ir. About 50 Men's Suits'ln Striped Worsteds, Plaids, Checks and Black Cheviots. Suits we sold at $8.50, worsteas, ria. . Q Near,y 3 l u ana q i inese suns b - - all sizes. Boys' Fleece Lined Underwear, 25c. Camel's Hair Hose, 2 pairs for 25c. Overalls and Frocks we always sell at 38c. THE GREAT DISSOLUTION SALE! HONEST GOODS, HONEST REDUCTIONS. s. A- ra CORE & GO. Another fact : We are out-talked often, out-done never. . . hah a n nfv I St. Johnsbury Center. Frank Rogers, of Haverhill, visited at Miss Helen Graves' last week. Miss Lizzie Aver, who has been spend ing a month with friends here, returned to West Somerville, Mass., last week. Mrs. Lora Craig, of New Hampshire, is stopping at A. P. Brown's. George and Fred Willey spent a few davs at Montpelier last week. ujram Snnlinm. of Peacham. is visit ing T. E. Harriman and other relatives here this week. H. N. Roberts has returned from Lake port, N. H., where he has been stopping for a while with his daughter. She re turned with him, intending to spend the winter here. Wire attendance at the Christian Endeavor convention held here last week. Miss Eggleston, of East Burke, visited her cousin, Mrs. H. C. Powers, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn Worthen, of M.-inr-hester. have been visiting at H. N. Roberts'. Miss Jennie Williams, of Litttleton, is visiting relatives here. The ladies' sewing circle of th? Univers alist society met with Mrs. George Hal lett Tuesday afternoon. Shepherd Pomona Grange meet with Green Mountain Grange here this (Wednesday) evening. Rev. J. Hoffman and son, of Littleton, have been visiting at II. E. Brockway's. Universalis!: services will now be held here regularly as Rev. I. P. Quimbv, of Maiden, Mass., has been hired lor a time. At Fairbanks Village. Mrs. W. L. Heath who has been spend ing several weeks in Boston has return ed. The Misses Lettie and Emma Beck left Tuesday for Bellefont. Perm., to join their parents who have located there. Miss Minnie Kclsey has gone to Bos ton to take lessons in stenography. Mrs. J. B. Armstrong visited friends at Lyndonville last Thursday. Mrs. George Merrill of Danville is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. II. C. Hill. llirtbi At St. Jobnsburv Center, Nov. 11, a daughter t Mr. unci Mrs. B. A. Farnhara. At Harriet. Nov. 12, n son to Mr. and Mrs. John Coburn. At Melndoes. Nov. 10, a son to Mr. and Mrs. V, H. Van Uvke. At Lvndonville. Nov. 12, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Kuticiie MeCosco. Marriages. M St. Johnsburv, Nov. H. by Rev. Erl ward T. l-airbanks, Fred W. Thomas and Maude G. Miles. At St. tohnshurv, Nov. 9, by Rev. Hdwnrd T. Fairbanks, Hurry M. Xussell and lilla P. J licks. ItfHThH. Typewriter for rent. A. H. Barbour. Read This Over Twice. Fresh invoice choice blend coffee five pound cans sold everywhere for $1.00, our cash price 89 cents. We are agents for the celebrated Forest Mills Graham. Try it once and you will use no other, 6 pounds 25 cents. It will make more cakes than 10 pounds of cheap grahiyu. Number one winter apples, Baldwins, Northern Spy, Pippins, Nodheads, Tolman Sweets. Low price f'n nneh Wi1ann P n fill Grocery Co.. 69 R. R. St., St.Johnsbury. Brooks Tyler Dry Goods Co. have a fine line of men's and boys' sweaters. All prices from $ 98 to $3.00. Furnished Tenement. A warm cosy tenement ot five rooms and pantry, fully iate house-keeoing. IUI uii)u.u J". ....... . ...;n k ntfd rn small American tamily at a reasonable price. Enquire at this office. Two Furnished rooms to let, suitable for lietat housekeeping, No. 80, Eastern avenue. Pir.nT Pkr Cent Dividend Paying Cn-nrM.- New P.nir. Manufacturing Corpo rntion.' Par vaule $1 00 per Share. Spe- rinl ntirl Hint ted issue now offered at prices that will net investors from 12 per cent to 24 per cent annual dividends and an advance of 100 per cent, to snecwlators. For particulars address, Treas. Box 402, Springfield, Mass., in Vnn T.ivif vou win: if you die you win. A cood investment or a i-uum-c w " n , O T borrow. Lonn. liuiiaing ct l,uhu ciation. M. H. Eddy agent. Wimtoii-I rntnnetent eirl as cook and for general housework in a family of four. Wnees SS.UU. Airs. c. mums, Hartford, Vermont. TTvinv Mini? Sitof.s and Bailey Ribbed Back Rubbers at Bundy's Shoe Store, 45 Main street. Boarders Wanted. 37 Spring street For Sale. A two-seated sleigh, single runners. Can be seen at Ryan's carriage manufactory. Mud Wagons. A few old buggies to run through mud time for sale very cheap. Also a big line of horse blankets for stable and street. Bundy & Weeks, 45 Main street. Riiwriir. sat. P.. C. F. Gibbs has now a 0,J,.H,rl iissiirrmriit of PALMS. FERNS, Bulus, etc. He will have a special sale i f Iioqo fiiintra riiirmp- tnis moticn. tau and see the beauties. Get Your Clubbing Lists Ready. Lowest Rates with the CALEDONIAN. si C. C- C- COOKINGr, CATEKING, CONFECTIONERY. Having given up the restaurant business I shall here- j after give my entire time to the above lines and am pre pared to fill large or small orders at short notice. Tur keys or other meats roasted and delivered in any part of the village in r A.ar ooformrr in nil ir hmnphpa fnr narties or lunches: fruit Dunch or ice cream orders promptly attended to. Don t worry about . .1 i .... J.ll I. ..Jit . k.ilnna nirht your next party, dui let me uo me worn uu u m u. uuu ..6u. S. U. ATWOOD, Pythian Building. The same good, serviceable, well-made Clothing that you have always bought of us and paid a living profit on, now Selling at COST and in many cases below the cost. The enormous business that we are doing in Men's Suits, shows what the public think of this sale. TAKE a look at our stock of Men's Suits. If you can't see desirable up-to-date Clothing cheaper than you ever saw it before in your life, we won't ask you to buy. STAMMERING CURED. JOHN L. STANYAN, (A severe Stammerer 33 years.) Specialist in the Cure of Stammering, 1 2 State Street, Heaton Block, Montpelier, Vt. CLEANING, PRESSING and REPAIRING. I am rjrerjared to do the above on short notice and will guarantee satis o faction. Carl J. Greene, Music Hall, Vp one flWir. M Johnsbury, VU If I don't cure you to your satisfaction you don't have fr. nav a Hnllar. Can vou afford to stammer when there is such an opportunity before you? Don't wait, but write today. , i i ... aavia t net ro am ann art ni r triiirfiv km i. n icij a. can cure youjwillcheerfullypayyourexpetisesboth ways. SPECIAL TERMS FOR NOVEMBER. GOLF CAPES, JACKETS! FURS. Men's Suits, Received this past month. Made to sell for $12, now $8.48. Men's Blue Serge, All Worsted Suits, double or single breasted. Young Men's sizes with double breasted no-collar vest, fast color, made to sell for $12, now $6.98. 25 Men's Suits In All Wool goods, sizes 34, 35, 36, that sold at $5.00, 6.00, 7.00, 8.00, now $3.98. At St Johnsburv. Nov. 0, Mrs. Sarah J. fEmerHon) Smith, in her 68th jenr. At Peocham, Nov. 13, Walter Brown, aged 45 yearn. At Sheffield, Nov. 7, John E. Paige, aged 72 vears. At Montpelier, Nov. 10, John Glynn, for merly ol St.Johnsbury. At Southern Pinc, N. C. Michael Bartlctt, formerly of Sutton, aged 84. year.. HORSE CLIPPING. Having procured a New Priest Clipping Machine I am prepared to Clip Horses on short notice, all work warrant, .ati.faclion. Orders left at N. R. KwiUer'B, 84 Eastern Ave. will be promptly attended to. A. It. NOV ES. AUCTION ! The undersigned having sold his farm will sell at Public Auction at SOUTH KIRBY, THURSDAY, NOV. 23rd, 1899, at it o'clock Sharp, BIS PERSONAL PROPERTY, consisting of the following! I 7 cows. 8 yearlings. 8 calves, 50 sheep, 4 i 1 A ..... a nf hav 1 flfl hnhl pigs, A HUIPcn, twin. ... " j -v. oatR, potatoes. 1 new Kollins horse power and drng-saw, rake, farming tools, 1 DeLa val milk separator, a quantity of sawed lumber. , , ,, . All sums over $10, 6 months' time with approved note.. Under that amount, cash. F. ft, POWEBS. FRANK SILSBV, Auctioneer. 8o. Kirby, Vt., Not. 13, 18tf. New assortment of Golf Capes just opened. Come early if you want one. They are in great demand and hard to get, Prices from $9.50 to $ 1 3.50. st, rfip.Bivflrl New Stvles in Ladies' Kersey Jackets, beautifully lined, and perfect fitting, Excel- lent values at SlU.UU, ana qio,w, Colors Black, Blue, Brown and Castor. We also show a fine assortment of Misses and Child ren's Coats at popular prices, All ages from 4 to 16 years. If you are looking for Furs, we wish to show you our UOHeOllOn. All me new Biiapoa m uimaionoa uuiu plain and tab fronts. Fur Scarfs, Boas, Muffs, Jackets and fur trimmings. Unless vou are familiar with. qualities, buy only from dealers who have had experience, RITCHIE'S DRY GOODS STORE. Railroad St., - - - St. Johnsbury, Vt. Men's Heavy All Wool Suits with double breast ed vest, formerly sold for $10, now $5.98. Handsome Checked, Strictly Pure Worsted Black 1 8 oz. Washing ton Mills Clay Worsted Men's Suits in Sacks and Cutaway Frocks, fine lin ings, full shoulder fac ings. .. Warranted fast colors, worth $12 every where, now $7.98. Every Suit in the store reduced inlprice. Don't let these chances pass. STEELE, TAPL1N & C0. 41 Main Street.