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MORRISVILLE and HYDE PARK. Thursday, Dec. 4, 1890. BUSINESS NOTICES. O All persons indebted to me will find it for their interest to Rettleimme.li.itelv, as mv ae counts will be Ht with un attorney for collec tion ta. 1... 18D0. c. I!. 1'hristv Special Kale at Mrs. Wilder' for one week iiiii Lec. o, to make room for !"); nias (roods stani.l poods, embroidery ma t ..' u ' "wr tilings at reduced w buit una call. hiigar-makeru who are putting in new n'ss for boiling Kap will tind it to their advantage ... u--, B new prcK-esH evapora , .. wiirui; .my otner. Ilinvetu o.rtn j lur iub comiuuintv aud would like t snow it to yoti. Also will give prices on an wun o'i&ar loofH. I X. LeBakox, Morrisville. vusast s steam Laundry, Concord, X. H ujn me cleanest and bt st work of any. Box e,ery weeK. Leave your bundles Mon ua. nu ourugenr, J. A. Kohinsox. Morrisville, Vt. Xfii J :. i . 5i , .i iV- an 10 me attention o! n.e pumir, esiHH-iaily the school, that she ha ...w Uiai.i in i ne way oistationer- iu.ieis, i.iocks, box stationery; somethin ler.v attractive la plush cases. Anyone wish iuS uuiu sewing call at Airs. Heed b. e wish to notify the public that we have B-.rau Dunning lots for sale in Morris viile as r.in he found with in thAilititi'i'.r lin;u Those who are thinking of buying should not fail to look them over before buying else- wuctt. I. M.4 1'.M.BoY.TOS. Is there a material difference in the bree oi nogsT ill be found from ti to 9 o'clock . m. (Sundays excepted) at the Fisk farm a mau who will cheerful!- exhibit, to customers and others, on? pure blood Yorkshire Boar ana oneg.-ad; Yorkshire an I Berkshire Boar and th nam! person at the same tiai anil place will oT.;r for sale pure blood Yorkshire pis eight wx-ks old and upward, anil grade pis, s I0.153 an J lio js or various sizes and aure. Also wiot. i'h..ii-er;is to b new milk witaiu a row uays, and some later on. K. S. Page. Hyde Park, Xov. 23, 1S0O. Aittio.v 5ale. Farm and personal prop erty at auction on fuesday, the !)th dav of December. I0, at ten o dock in the fore noon. Said farm is situated about one mile west, oi .Mirth vtolcott m Crnftsluiry, Vt., on noicoit line, mid is known as the old Fara ham iiiaif. and consists nf ..K.v.t kh is one of the most even and level farms in the county witn running water to house and oani. ine peisonal property consists of vs, caives, tat pig, chirkens. farming tools wagons, Household articles of all kinds, cook ioes, Kettles, ana a lot of other things. . T r. Moxley, Admr. . L. Barrows, Auctioneer. 1 hotograi-b Alei ms I will sell inv entire Ptoi-K oi photograph albums at h-ss than wholesale price. I hove about 48 plush al liums that 1 will sell from 40 cents up to S3 each. 1 he reason I am selling so cheap is be- going out. oi that line of business. ian ana looK at them if you dont buv. Come eariy ami have tirst choice. I also want to uotny those that are intending to have pho tographs made before Christmas that thev naj oeitercome as soon us possible. H. E. Cl'TLEa, Photographer. Morrisville, Vt. LOCAL NEWS. MORRISVILLE. A. O. Gates returned last week from a business trip to Boston. E. 0. Joslyn, of Brooklyn, X. Y., has been in town several days. Ine next entortainmsnt in the course a concert comes next week. Henry George of St. Albans spent Thanksgiving at his home in Morris Tille. Joe Perry and family have moved to the Bert Hamel house in Brook lyn. Leon Thompson bejran a winter term of teaching at North Wolcott on Monday. A sudden change from the mild air of Sunday brought zero weather Alonday morning'. The tannery w as shut down all day Thursday, and the boys enjoyed a well-earned day s recreation. Enosllill is now running the Union House alone, Addison being on the road selling goods a la auctioneer. The large plate glass front, 8-txl 1(J inches, was Bet in Gov. Ilendee'H sec tion of the new block on Saturday. The Ladies' Industrial society will serve the usual 10-cent supper in the Congregational vestry Friday even ing. A minstrel entertainment for the benefit of the fire department occurs Dee. 16 and 17. Particulars next week. Five copies of the News and Citi zen of July 10 wanted at this office at once, for which lOcents apiece will be paid. The Methodist Ladies' Aid meets with Mr. and Mrs. Brooks on the La Porte road on Friday afternoon and evening. The Bennett cafe over the way does not seem to fill a long-felt want, and it is rumored that he will not con tinue the business. P.ev. Frederick Millar of Glover de livered an interesting sermon in the I niversajist church Mimlay evening, Mis Kingsbury being at Fletcher. Walter Guvinont, who recently moved from hero, is in ft Boston hos- nital. afflicted with a complicated trouble, which has assumed a nerious character. T. C. Chenev and E. C. Mower of the U. V. M., were at home for the Thanks:rivin": recess. Mr. Santikean also came and sneut Thanksgiving with Cheney. Sunday's services in the Congrega tional church were in tharjre of Pea. P. K. Gleed in the morning and l'rot. ! W. A. Btebe in the evening, owing to the illness of the pastor. Dr. Johnson's business trip culmi nated in his marriage, on Tuesday, to Miss Cora Collins, of Hillsboro, N. II, They are now making a short viait ut the Doctor's home in Anso nia. Conn. Their many friends here extend congratulations. The C. E. society will give an enter tainment in the" town hall Friday evening at 8 o'clock. A program of special interest has been nrranged, consisting of the Grecian postures, "Looking Backward," fencing and music. Admission, 15 cents; chil dren under 12, 10 cents. An alarm of fireat about noon last Thursday brought out quite a crowd and our efficient fire department in front pf A. A. Niles' house, which had .Un fire frnm ;i defective chimney. The hose company was first on the BT.t and with several pails of water extinjniished the ffames. Thanksgiving day was passed very nuietlv and observed by the usual family gathering among our citizens. The business places were closed dur ing the nfternoon. Quite fair skating proved on attraction for oung America, The union services at the Methodist church in the evening were well attended. . The village library question, which is to lie approved or disapproved popularly on Pec. 12 in mass meeting t the town hall, is too important to every B ul in town to be slighted by any. We shall be sadly mistaken if Ihere Is more than one opinion auuui the matter, and if there is not more than one who will at the close of said meeting stand about even with the generous and far-sighted giver of the check for $10(M. Jft us see ,i rous ing attendance at the meeting. Samuel I?. Clark, whose illness we announced last week, died hint Thurs day night , at his home in Cody's Fa'lls; aged Gl years. Mr. Clark was well known throughout our county and state. For many years he was traveling salesman for Pearl's woolen mills, but had recently entered the employ of the Lamoille bakery and was meeting with excellent success in selling theirgoods. Thefuneral took place Sunday, Mrs. Paul officiating, lie leaves a wife, two eons and a daughter. Annual Collecting Trip. As is our custom, a representative of this paper will visit the several towns in this vicinity within the next few weeks, for the purpose of receiv ing subscriptions to this paper and also collecting accounts due us. We make this trip in order that our pat rons may be saved the trouble of send ing us the money, and also to receive renewals before the first of the new j ear. in thus doing, many parties who take other papers with this can have them continued without inter ruption. we urge an wno are owing us to see the collector when he visits their town and pay a portion or all of the account. We are more than ever convinced of the need of cash to run a newspaper, and we hope there will be a prompt response to this appeal. The clubbing list will appear next week. Look for it and make your selections early. Will be at the post office in the following places : Watf.rville, Thursday, December 1 1, from 2 to 6 p. m. Belvidere Junction, Friday, De cember 12, from io a. m. to 2 p. m. Cambridge, Saturday, December 13, from 12 to 4 p. m. Tekfersonville, Thursday, De cember iS, from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. Wolcott, Friday, December ' io. from 12 to 4 d. m. Stowe, Saturday, December 20. from 10 a. m. to i d. m. No. Hyde Park, Friday, December o, trom 9:30 to 11 a. m. Eden Mills, Friday, December 26. from 12 to 1 d. m. Eden Corners, Friday, December 6, from 2 to 3 p. m. Johnson, Saturday, December 27. from 10 a. m. to 4. d. m. Hardwick, Friday, January 2, from to 3 p. m. HYDE PARK. C. A. Knight and wife returned from Boston Monday. Ilev. Silas Foster preaches in the CentrestTiool-house the 14th. Jos. Boyes is now the temporary occupant of Judge Page's farm. number from here attended S. B. Clark's funeral at Cady's Falls Sun day. Frank Stewart and wife of Tun- bridge visited relatives here the past week. Ten degrees below zero Tuesday morning is a pretty fjood starter for inter. EmeroyGoddard returned Monday from a few days sojourn in Burling ton and vicinity. All of the U. V. M. collejrians were at home during Thanksgiving recess, returning .Monday C. A. Grant of Sheldon Springs pent last week m town with his nephew, S. B. Waite, Judge Kenfiold has rented a flat in the 'Alhambra" and will soon commence housekeepin Leon Wiswell gave a very pleasant entertainment to a number of his oung friends last i riday evening, The Appletou Quartette concert at Morrisville next week 1 hursdav will raw a large numlier from this place. The wall-paper used so extensively the repairs throughout, the court house was furnished by Nye & Co., of Johnson. Mrs. Kimetia Barber, who has been in Vermont for several months, returns to linv homo in 0hkoBli,-i Wis., next week Owing to the extensive circulation of the measles, the opening of the winter term at the Academy is post poned until next week. nything. from a mackerel to a dress pattern, maj' be found at Crane & Son's one of the best stocked stores in Lamoille Couuty. Aleck SJieer kjlled a pig Monday a tiiiie over 10 months old which dressed 365 pounds. The Democrats are having great success this year. Commissioner Atkins was in town Tuesday and appointed Cieo. Foss liquor agent in place of John Cob-, leigh, whose term expired Nov, 30th. E. S. Kojrers spent a few days at Troy last week. Ed, with the aid of Palmer Blake, looked alter affairs at Fitch's farm during ernon s sojourn with the law makers at Montpelier. Arthur Allen, late clerk in the Ex ecutive Department at Montpelier and the past vear in the employ ot c. Page, will put in the next three months at Burlington studyingshort hand. Following are the Aotarjes ap pointed Tuesday; B, F. Morse, F. B. Morse, Elmore; A- J. Chaffee, Belvi dere; David Holdrulge, Johnson; . II. Griswold, P. C. Walker; Cam bridge: A. C. Kaymond, Stowe: II M. Novt h, Hyde Park ; Horace Waite, Eden. The various county officers, old and new, took the oath Monday and entered upon their duties, iollow ing are the list : Associate Judges, J A. Andivws,'S. K. Miiler; Sheriff, M S. Burin II; Spate's Attorney, J. W P tire, Jr.; Ju. lire of Probate, V. II H. Kenheld. S. B. Waite was ap- nointed Count v Clerk; A. v. is well, Treasurer: E. B. Sawver, Auditor; L. 15. Sherwin, A. . lswell and . u Wood, Jail Commissioners. Dora Beecher, for the past seven " 1 'e ii. it 1... .. f years an anaciie 01 ifie 1 ruuiuc en tice finished her services tliere to-day She will be at her home in Johnson for a short time and then well we'll tell vou all about it later. During her residence here, strict attention to Probate duties, a 3 well as her willing ness to ahl in the various religious and social matters has won for her a large circle of friends, who while re gretting her removal will wish her unlimited joy and prosperity in her "new departure." t'K.NTKEVILLE. Delta Collins is on the sick list. John Hubbard sojd n c.pw lasj; week. Myrtie Pape is at home for a few day; School commenced here Dec. 1, II. L. Fair banks teacher. Lnlu Collins is going to attend school at Morrisville this winter. The young people of this place enjoyed a very pleasant 'time at Mrs. I'upe's last Wed nesday vening. KIVERSlllE NEWS. Willjiifp Crpwell returned from Lowell, Mass., where he has been yjsjting relativtjj fur the pnst three weeks. Mrs, Quade entertained a large number of her friends and neighbors last Thursday, treating them to a splendid Thanksgiving dinner, and alter the party had done ample jnstice to all the good things anil felt that the inner man was renewed, then the outer man tryed oh why dues Thanksgiving come but once a year. One W ho W as There, EAST CAMBRIDGE. Glennio Gonyeau was home last week from Johnson school. Warner L, Stannard of Jeffersonvjlle, is at work at B. F. Nye's, Morton Hawley of Jeffcrsiinville was at A. Demeritt's Friday afternoon. Henry N.ve and son Georgie of Jefferson, ville, spent ThankHgiving at B. F. Nye's. Mr. Palmer, a nephew of Mrs. P. S. Thomp son, was her guest Inst week, from Colchester. Mattie Randall of Fairfax, who works at B. F. Nye's, spent Thanksgiving week at her home. Quite cold here last Thursday and Friday morning, thermometer standing ubout 10 above zero. Charlie Demeritt worked for N. J. Nye Iat week, making roads in the sugar-place ready lor sugaring next springs JOHNSON. S. II. Waters of Burlington was in town this weet. There will be services at the Baptist church next fMinday. Arthur Pike and family visited friends in lam bridge last week. II. H. t.owles went home to traftsbury to spenu thanksgiving. John Burnham has bought the Parmelee house, where he now lives. Mil mi Story lias returned from Montpelier, wuere Biie nas spent several weeks. Lucy Baker, now teaching in Burlington, spent a few days at home last week. The three Buck families spent Thanksgiv ing at their nrottier s 111 St. A I Dans. I. L. and J. A. Pearl attended Mr. Clark's funeral at Lady s Falls last Sunday. Mary Cady of Cambridge sent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. B. L. Austin. The ladies' missionary meeting will be held at Mrs. Parish's next Thursday afternoon. Lyman Jones was called to Lebanon, N. H. last Friday to attend the funeral of his aunt. Leon ami Sumner Story visited their sister. Mrs. T. J. Boynton, in Montpelier last week. The village graded school began Monday with Jasper Foster and Achsa Allen as teach ers. Mertie JCnowIes and Amy Cinnamon have gone to I'pton, Mass., to work in a straw fac tory. Frank Knight of Waterbury was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. L. M. Knight, last Thurs day. Itev. Mr. Saunders was able to attend church last Sabbath, but not to conduct the services. Lawyer Monteith has removed his office from the lower drug store to Henry Tuliper's building. H. G. Fancherhad the misfortune to have a load of stock in the wreck at Concord, last week. Mrs. P. W. J. Peck, ncithpanied by brother, Joel Hodgden of Belvidere, has to St. Caul. Mrs,E. K. Woodward has sold her pi.-! Mr. (ipuld of Bakerstield, who takes.jo sion Jan. 15."W" " ' The ladies interested in home missionary work sre invited to meet at Mrs. H. M. Ste vens' next Friday afternoon. Mrs. Sanford Kenlield was called to An burn, Me., this week to attend the funeral of her brother, Chas. Ititterbusb. Seth Hill has bought the two McFarland tenement houses for $1000. Ml intends to occupy one and rent the other. Mr. Haskins and wife and two sons, from the White mountains, are the guests of H. M. Stevens, also Miss Hyde of Hardwick. J. M. Beeman spent the Sabbath with his daughter, Mrs. Dr. Allen. He intends to spend the winter in Florida for his health. Mrs. Omer Rogers passed away last Thurs day evening. Her funeral was attended Sat urday morning. Rev. A. A. Smith officiating. The remains were taken to Waterville for in terment. W. G. Andrews and wife, of Montpelier, spent Thanksgiving at the home of their father, J. A. Andrews. They remained in town till Monday, spending the time visiting aud calling upon their many friends. About thirty of the friends of E. G. Wilson aud wife gave them a surprise last Thursday evening. After spending a very pleasant evening socially, the guests presented them with a silver cake-basket and two solid silver tablespoons, besides some smaller gilts. The members of the R. A. Y. W. K., with their husbands, enjoyed a very pleasant even ing last Friday at T. J. Baker's. The time was very pleasantly spent in a social way with games and toasts. The gastronomic feature was considered not the least of the good things there. Dr. T. W. Huntington ol Sacramento, Cal., has been visiting his relatives in town. Dr. Huntington will be remembered by many of our townspeople, as he spent several years of his boyhood here and fitted forcollege at this academy. He now holds a very responsible and lucrative position as the chief medical manager of the I'nion Pacific Ry. Co.'s hos pital at Sacramento, Cal. TROY. Mrs. Geo. W. Aiken is in poor health. The village water-works have been put in winter order. E. Rogers of Hyde Park spent Thanksgiv ing with his brother, F. S. Rogers. Geo. W. Aiken has had his barn, which was so badly injured by the fire, thoroughly re paired. Helen Davis has been spending a few days at St. Johnsbury. She begins the village scnool Monday. Mrs. Kennedy has gone to Welleslev to spend Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs. Brown, who will return with her mother for the Christmas holidays. Rev. E. W. Smith of West Newbury preneh- ed in the Congregational church the past two Sundavs, and efforts are being made to se cure his services the coming year. P-evid Sieco bus receive! $'JOOO insurance on his drugstore. His family have moved in to the Horace Martin tenement. It is cur rently reported Ssiscq will build a large hotel and drug store on the old hotel site next spring. It is also reported that J. S. Young is nego tiating with Sisco for the former drug-store lot adjoining his burnt store, and plans to build a large, commodious and elegant store on the two lots. loung nas received over $5000 insurance from one company. WESTFIELD. R. A. Sheare of Highgate was in town over Sunday. R. H. Wright was in Swanton a few days last week. Guy Farman began school iu District t)0. 1 last Monday. Nelson Debluis had an ox killed by a falling tree last week. Fred H.Green of Qjechee was in town a few days last week. Stanton Hitchcock is teaching a winter school in Derby. E. W. Miller took a trip to New Hampshire and Boston recently. Eva Hendrix begins her school in West Newport next Monday. Ahira Miller is suffering very much from his cancer for the past few days. The foundations of the Congregational par sonage have bepri enlarged recently. Mkss Joslyn jas Iteen pngagei to teach the primary department; fif the sc.hqol this winter. Julian Benwure has nearly completed a con tract of cutting 100O logs fqr Willard Far man. Charles W, Miller and son, from Woods? ville, N. H., spent Thanksgiving at E, W. Mil- er s. Lizzie Hitch,cofk has gope for n. extended visit to. Worcester, Mass., Providence and New York. The village school, taught by Elva Farman and Airs. fc,. S. Miller, closed a successful term last Wednesday. Josiah Miller had a very severe attack of nose-bleed last week. The Doctor pronounced it a very narrow escape. While driving Sunday evening M. S. Stone and lady were thrown from the carriage and Stone considerably injured. Edward II. Wood and wife have gone to house-keeping in Hibbard Hoyt'shouse. Ed son Farman lives with them. Fred C. Curtis and Warren Bailey spent Thanksgiving with t heir parents. Both have been employed at Brownjngtqn. Rev. E. W. Smith of Wesf Newbury hug preached very acceptably in fhe Congrega: tlonai church the last two Sundays, and a strong effort js being mafje fp. sepurp his serr vices permanently, ' The Crtngregational SnndayrSchord has de-f cided to have a I hnstmas tree Christmas eve, no nas invited the M. L. Sunday-school to join with tliem. The following committee have been appointed to make arrangements: Literary, Mrs. I'. ji-SafiijJ!, hisses Elval 1-armaii and Ada Brown: Music. Lillian Wright, Ethel Wright and Mrs. H. P. Wood worth : Tree Com., Messrs. 0. A. Gardyne, H. P. Woodworth, A. I". Ityder and thecliair- man of the other tree committe. EST ELMQRE. Jqhn eed js pqt so MjvM. Mrs. Shackett spnt Thanksgiving with foer daughter. Mrs. B. F. Mqrse and Henry Udajl remain about the same. Charlie Dayis of Waterbury was in town, last week on business. Willi im Martin, who has been confined to the house, is out again. Mrs- J. Rivers has been on the sick list the past week bqt is. some better. Edith Sillqway, of the Jqhnson school, was at home qver ThHnksgiving and bundny. George A. feeler has closed up his pontraut with C. ( , Brown and moved to llyds rant, Loren Swift, and wife.of Blackptone, Mass,, and a former resident of this place, was in town over Sunday Charles Hcribner is nuite sick; also Mark Nelson and Mrs. Carpenter and her children are sick with the mumps. Request is made of us to call attentipn of the road commissioners to somp Dad holes qn the Eagle Ledge roa. Edward Shackett recently cut his foot while jn the woods nlone, bot succeeded in getting to the house all right, where the wound wus seen to. The house and barn, with contents, belong. ing to one Hyden Bush, situated in West Woodbury, was burned last Thursday. Fully insured. Take notice I The fellow that took that gallon jug out of G. A. Morse store room full of new cider that was placed there for Mr. Henrv I'dall. who Iihs been sick all summer. ha I belter bring the jug back and own up for tl.ev are known and complaint has been mada to the town grand juror. A word to the wise is sufficient. Pay up for jpur paper JEFFERSON VI LLE. State's Attorney Page is in attendance nt county court. Mr. and Mrs. Losson were guests at J . My ette's last week. J. B. Page attended the " wind up " of the Legislature last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. Adams and Harold spent Thanksgiving at Underbill. Cyrus Cornell of Highgate is visiting his brother, Stephen Cornell. Homer Wetherby and daughter from Bur lington spent Friday in town. Mrs. A. C. Griswold's mother, Mrs. Brown from Bakerstield, is visiting her. Byron Page was at the capital Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. . . Dr. Bushnell was called to Georgia lasSat urday to attend the funeral ol his aunt. Mrs. Lyman Adams was called to Georgia last Friday by the illness of her aunt, -Mrs. L'eavitt. Mrs. D. C. Griswold returned Wednesday from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Smith Bal lard at Barre. Mr. Elam arrived from the west last week and will spend the winter with his daughter, Mrs. Joel Page. Miss Mamie Ober of this place, nd Mr. Rugg of Fairfax, were married on V.lnesday last. They are to live at Fairfax. Carrie Fletcher and Myra Wilcox, who are attending school at Johnson were home for the Thanksgiving vacation; also Willie Pow ell from school at Essex. The village school commenced Dili's week Mondav with Miss Andrews of Burlington teacher in the upper room, and Miss Kinsley of Fletcher in the lower. nen los. a have read "cow. C. S. Hastings, general ageiy Mutual Jiie insurance Mass., was in town tifs. l ne post-omce on the lirj.nch uatr-rn established and will be opened as soon m . ... . . r Bobbins takes possession of the Branch st " Jan. 1. The appointment of Amory Davison as one of our railroad commissioners is a good ap pointment. No better man for the place could be found in Vermont. The item in Morrisville news in regard to E. H. Dike's four-month-old pig is surely a big pig story if not a fish story. That a pig will gain 5 lbs. per day for "ninety days is hard for one to believe. We would like to have Mr. Dike tell us how this hog was fed and what kind of feed. Fourteen months old is what we should havesaid Eu.l ELMORE. Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening of this week. Fred Mowerof Bnrre. a former resident, has Deen in town on a short visit, Emma McManiman of St. Albans, is on c visit to her aunt, Margaret McElroy. Millard Wiltshire has finished seven months work in Gov. Page's hide house and returned home. Mrs. L. L. Camp is somewhat bruised and thoroughly shaken up from a severe fall upon ine ice. Temperance League meeting Saturdav evening of this week, when quarterly election 01 omcers occurs. Mrs. Norman Camp went to Cady's Falls Inst Sunday to attend the funeral of her brother, S. B. Clark. Mrs. Ellen Olmsted left for Boston last Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with her daughter Uertha (Mrs. Ernest Brackett) where Bhe intends to find a permanent home. A host of friends regret her departure, yet hope that health ami happiness may attend her in her new home. A new style of door is being tested here. Its modus operandi is as follows: You enter (if you can) and close the door: it then remains closed no mistake about that in fact, so well closed that your egress is through the open window. This may bethecorrect thing, but we think we will not invest in one just yet. The next. Farmers' League meeting is ap pointed at the Pond on Saturday, Dec. 13. at 2 p, m, The executivecomniittee is requested to meet at 1 p, m. sharp, to revise the consti tution and by-laws. Efforts are being made 1o secure one or more able speakers to ad dress the meeting, which will be open to all, and it is hoped every man in town (or out) will lie present and bring his family along. Come out, farmers, and investigatethis great movement to unite your class in concerted, systematic efforts to secure justice before the law. Refute the statement so olten made that yours is the most difficult class to unite for your twn interests in existence. Surely do harm will come of Imteiiiug and investi gating. Out of twelve farmers froni our town who heard the address at Morrisville some were suspicious, some indifferent (all certain ly uninformed), yet eleven were enthusiastic to join the order upon listening to an exposi tion of the simple yet admirable principles which characterize it. This movement was not instituted by selfish men or office-seekers, but on the contrary its officers (save the lec turers) .receive no pay for their services. Come, brother farmers, let us not be blind and deaf to our own welfare. It is said that even the Lord won't help those who won't help themselves, and if our class won t unite to remove some of the many burdens which impede agriculture to-day, whq in the name of common-sense wil espouse our cause. The president, secretary or executive committee of our town league will gladly give any in formation whjch may he desired. NORTH HYPE PARK, Pay your suhqoj tax. V. A. Bullard of Underhill was in town over Sunday. School closed Wednesday after a very suc cessful term. Geo. Holmes of Highgate has been visiting in town the past week. Joseph Putnam has returned to his wife in Johnson by her request. L. F. Allen has taken the agency for A. Willard Hall's new health remedy. ; . . L. E. Harrington and wife spent Thanks, giving with their daughter in St. Albans. Mrs. Pottle of Stowe has opened a millinery store in the front qf G. E. Smith's dwelling. Achsa Allen has lieen angnged tq teach in the Johnsop vilnge school fqr the winter teym. S. W, Hinds Camp S. Y- will have a box party promenndp and quilt drawing in Smith's halj, Thnrsday eye., Ilec: 11. Quilt am hall ticket lOcts. j B,qx and hall ticket 20cts. Radius, with boif free to hall. There will be good music fur the occasion. Come and enjoy yourself. Per order of Com. WATERVILLE. Burt Willey is clerking in Hyde Park. Burnice Kelley is attending school in Es sex. Walter Tracv has moved into Oliver Grey's house in Cadding Hollow. E. W. Smith of North Hyde Park was the guest of H. N. Leach on Thanksgiving. Mrs. Kelley and son were visiting her daughter, Mrs. Will Sherman, at Hyde Park. George Smihe and wife of Hardwick were guests of his father, Henry Smilie on Thanks giving. ' - 1 Henry 0'nver.and wife, and Ed. Stanley and wife, were cIW to Newnort on account of the dj:atl of 4 eiei?r.. 'phe Y'!'"CP school ofnned on Monday Miss Carroll and Miss tlirpenter of Jeffe with. rson- Vine as teachers. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. MvKjinnon of Burling ton were tue giiests -of Jier parents, Mr.antl rsV ii" ?y ' ,vyi ; ti l)-?vwee(t. . " ' ' ' , if.dny-schoql tor I 'V. A. Leach, "P gsecretarv ; G. Kelley j Mrs. ljliru M n'r1.,:F',! ' whose lUintJl ocuuired at htnne in Johnson uu the 27th ult.. was bri ought tq this place fur interment on Satur day, bhe was a native qf this place and her death will be deeply mqurned by a large cirr cle of friends here. HARDW'CK: Mrs. Davidson has returned tq Chicago for the winter. The most of the schools began the winter term Monday. A medicine company has been holding fqrtfi at Hie Town Hall. Ford & Lawson made something out of their shoot and ranlu. A quarterly meeting service was held at the M. iu. churcU Muuday, Miss Gertrude Houston arrived from Cedar Itapuls, Iowa, Tuesday morning. J. B. Hanson has gone to Woodbury and taken charge of the Standard liunrry. Postmaster Shattnck's, brother and wife of W ells River made him a visit Thanksgiving Day. T. T. Daniels has moved into a lenenietit in Trpw's new hqiise, and P. A- Ueorge into Dorman Bridgenpin's new house. The mercury registered 14 below ero here on Tuesday morning, and with n strong wind, making it winter 111 earnest. 8. P,4Vheeler and L. A. Benjamin went to Randolph last week and set three granite monuments, made by Brush & Curtis. Mr. Poquet took possession of the Brush drug store on Monday morning. Mr. Brush and wife will soon go south for the winter. The Aiken estate and Drennan are getting rendy for their law suit at St. Johnebury this Decemlier term of court. The lawyers will make the most out of it. There will be a donation visit and oyster supper for the benefit of Rev. J. M. Nelson at his residence Thursday evening, Dec. 11th, , tf wich every one. is cordially invitlN - I CW FTSBURV V . A. IT. Dormfin is tv V .1 . J I'T 1 CAMBRIDGE. Mrs. Harriet Lewis is dangerously ill. Charlie Wctherell has returned from Under bill. w f V IT... .....a ia in f.l... ti .. . jurs. m. uon" uuy s rails this week sewing. W. 11. 1 arker is aicenuing court at Hvde Park this week I N. Chase was in Belvidere on business last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Brown of Underhill have been visiting in town. Harley Sanborn of Fairfax has been visit ing at Walter Pease's. Mr. and Mrs -Ira Lord of Colchester SDent rTUaaksgiving in town. Mary Cady is in Jolaison Tisitintrlier sister LMrs'. B&mnm Austin. W. R"Noyes spent several days last week yitVhis fnmily in WoV-ott. "Thomas King of Frniklin has rented Wm. Scott's blacksmith shop. Robert White of the lleed farm will move to Mr. Defoe's place Marel 1st. Walter Worthen of j.'olehester is visiting his sister, Mrs. H. B. Caswell. Flora Chase and a Chase of Fairfield have been visiting at hcPliome. B. G. Ma-Coy has retimed from Montpelier. He visited Burlington las Saturday. A private telephone wire has been put lip from W. M. Smith's to H M. Story's. 0. V. Reynolds and tmily spenfc Thanks giving at Mrs. Morgan Ija Jeffersonville. Mr. and Mi t . ".nbrn and Carrie of Fairfax, vi Iter Jease's last week. y of Hardwick tV Brush the past s T., is expected ork for B. G. As each .en Plaintively tl f ill the; :r w f iiearly well of peri- - Over me tney k out is some better at present. : Gale Osgood, fornify clerk in the Ameri can house, now clerking in Barre, made this place a flying visit recently. Lottie Atwell, who has been at work for B. G. MaCoy, has gone to Waterville where she has been engaged to t ach. The firm of Hulburd & Burnbam has been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Hulburd will hereafter be sole proprietor. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wetherell and daugh ter of Morrisville, also Horace Wetherell were the guests of Valentine Wetherell last week. II. N. Gray and wife entertained Hon. E. P Mudgett and family, and Mr, and Mrs. Wil' Mudgett at North Cambridge last Thursday- H. N. Goodwin and wife entertained T. S. Whipple and D. W. Knights and wife, also Master Artie of Underhill Thanksgiving day. The citizens of this place raised about $14 in token of their sympathy for the misfor tune of George Lyman, the loss of whose sup ply of winter meat was mentioned in last week's paper, for which Mr. Lyman extends his heartfelt thanks. John Brush who lives with his daughter, Mrs. Otis Sherman, a short distance from this villaee met with quite an accident re cently. While tieing up cows oneslipped and fell against his ankle, causing a severe sprain the extent of which is not known at present. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hatch gave a family party Nov. 27 consisting of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Stinehour, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stinehour and Miss Carroll of Jeffersonville: Irving Stinehour and familvof Underhill; Will Stine hour and family and Ahnon Hawley and fam ily of Jeffersonville; also Mr. Pike and familv of Johnson, and J. M. Safford aud family of this place. STOWE. P. D. Pike and wife are spending a few days in New York. Gerry Marshall now has or is threatened yith pneumonia. The pnbljc schools for winter generally com menced on Monday, Rev, G. A- Emery's son and daughter are in town attending school. Dr. Grout and wife, of W aterbury, were in town over Thanksgiving. The next Farmers' League meeting will ba held on the second Saturday of December. The marriage of Addie Davis to Andrew Bovce is one of the happy events reported for Thanksgiving. Several marriages are reported as takinir place on Thursday, sad the day was made one of ffitsting nd loiity Hattie Waite was married last week Wed nesday to her cousin, Mr- Waite of Orwell, where they intend to reside for the present. Again there is a little railroad excitement. and a survey to Cady's Falls or elsewhere is the talk, if nothing more. Is there yet hope? Ed Russell, lumbering on the side of Mount Mansfield beneath the nose, has a slide a mile long, down which logs move bo rapidly as to approximate the sound occasioned by their passage. News of the sudden death of E. W. Barnes, qf Grand Rapids, Mich., was received last weeK. ins vue was lornpM-iy 1 ar.uiii may ton, daughter, of the late S. S. Slay ton, of the .BraiK'n- Homer Stearns and wife, of the Forks, were given aparty on satnrday evening of last week. I'hey had tieen married eight years, ftnd the honsefnll of friends made things ujerry during the entire evening. The death of Josiah Parcher, aged about 70 years, occurred last week Friday, at li home in Waterbury, near the Stowe line. He was much respected by nil. 1 he funeral ser vices were held on Sunday. ' Fred Campbell's fine unbroken stallion is in Boston on exhibition bv experts in horse training. It is said that eiv h exhibit draws immense crowds, and that the parties nave him.nnder control 50 as. tq be nble to drive b,im in harness. ' The marriage qf Ellen Whitney to a Mr Kipp, of Saratoga, N. Y., took plaee at the residence of the bride's mother, on Thanks giving day. They immediately started for their home in Saratoga, where t,h.ejf are both employed in teqehjng. Mneh interest is manifested in the case of Lyman Clark of White Ilivor Junction. Mr. Clnrk lived in tqwn mvny yen:8 an,l moved from llPre to where he now live about two vearsano. He still owns his farm hem, to which he sometime emieuted to rwturn. Al though Mr. Clark liked the cup a little too mnch, no one can say aught against, him as a citizen. He was not regarded as quarrelsome or Inclined to wronir others, but is often spok en of for his many good qualities, and the people here are very slow to believe him guilty of the great offence of which he is charii'. School in District No. 1 closed Friday. Whole number of pupils, 10 : average attend nnce, 12. Pupils having no. markij, Bertha Oakes, Edith and Jjossie Russell; absent ha(f day. F-rnnk Culver, Ward Turner. Only 3 had " tardy, iqarkg, ' Ward Turner, Frank fjtpanlding'qnq Clinton Smith. The presents received frqm those 'pitpiU was a pleasant surprise, and the good' . islies iram tne rest will be long re'nemnerw TowNE, Teacher, School in Dit'.riit olosed Nov. 15 10, average at- Whole number of. tendance overS. salB nor tnrdy- marks during thj w havmg no wlimilir-' .ihi'I J I ! Oli!IUi., 1 lie Darling. lim and Janie Cii Grace Rnss was x qiie day. The teacher wishes tor fe pnpils for he beautiful napk:.i-ri slie received. Aki.ik . rows, Teacher. edeKj Albert O'Brien has puri'insed ths old hotel t-ta and at the Cortier aiA is intending to re pair the sajMgCJaii8 f B. .fier looking men sf.Thanksgiving Day from -hptly gagued the where he has sold 4 c.irlon The whole cor ' Tl-' -u-i moly was observed as usual Hpvei'"-'". -nt- -family gatherings are re ported." We saw soiiiething that looked verv much (ike a bridal part), hut as we have not been officially informed as to the case, we shall not take the respqnsibility to affirm it. '' Appearances are sometimes deceitful," but Herman looks like a mtuvied man, Charles A. Thomas of Boston, Mass., will give a historical entertainment lit. North Hyde Park on theevenins of Deo. 8th 1 also at Hodge's Hall. Eden Mills, Tuesday even ing. Dec. tltb. Subject: ' Heroes and Battle fields uf the Civil War," 100 sttreopticon views of scenes and pl'iees, the names of which were made familiar to us by the war, will be; exhibited by bin in addition to the lecture. This entertainment is well spoken of bv all who have had the privilege of seeing and hearing it..- For further notice see large posters. At Hqdge's hall, Tuesday, at the dpse of the eptertainiient we understand music will be furuished for those who wish to remain for a social hop, A sinull hull fee will be collected. i Senator Gordon of Georgia can probably boast of its many wounds received in battle 8 the next man. At Seven Tines his horse was killed under him, and he himself wan pierced with three bullets. (At Malvern Hill one ball carried away the butt of his pistol ; a second pierced his canteen anil a third tore hiseoat, while at An tietam he got two bullets in the leg, one in the arm, onem he shoulder, and one in th rhj't cieek. 'lie fought right yhrouglito Appomattox Jusl hts samei, W Vome.in V v -ho 1 5.Vl 'Our I r..,."N--v IrSlrom j.T.. .a I aiuiTi i:u 1 . . - V Aseach eiA lor Mr. tut- 1 I i-' Probate Cburt Lamoille District. The following business was transac ted at the Probate Court in Hyde Park during the week ending Nov. 29,1800: Nov. 2-t. O. R. And rus' estate, Wolcott Administrator returns inventory. Nov. 2.V F. R. Weston's estate, Cambridge; License granted Administrator to sell real estate. Nov. 2(5. Marilla Walker's estate, Morris town ; A. M. W hitcomb appointed Adminis trator; F. K. Sawyer and E. K. Foster, ap praisers and commissioners. T. A. Kirk's estate, Hyde Park ; Appraisers return inven tory. Joseph Clair's estate, Stowe; Admin istratrix settles her account. Nov. 2H. George Taylor's estate, Wolcott; License granted Administrator to sell real estate. Clarence and Florence Billiard, guar dianship, Hyde Park; Guardian settles his account. C. S. Gates, guardianship. Hyde iarK, uuiirumn settles his account and re signs the trust. Sarah Hutchins, guardian ship, Eden; Guardian settles his account. Nov. 2!. D. R. Hartson's estate, Hyde Park ; Assignment made to widow. Precepts are useful, but practice and imitation go far beyond them ; hence the importance of watching early habits, that they may be free from what is objectionable, and of keeping before our mind as possible the neces sity of imitating the good and the wise. The successful man, as a rule, is the one who knows the trick of doing the right thing at the right time; and the trick is not one which comes from inspiration, but from trained habits and thought. Watch for our clubbing rates next Meek. BIRTHS i-'Tin night, tHeua;ised' Nov. 20, a boy to ver. 1 iotu o our UWIii.' - in CiJ . In thij fitvt ..ilJVni2vpnlb,,rT)2:J' V TV . rnne-e Kev- uolds. Ndark-' MARSHALL -,rln Fletcher, Nov. 20, 1890, a daughter .o Rev. W. F. and Eva R. Mar shall. BALL. In North Cambridge, Nov. 21, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Ball. LOTHROP. In Johnson, Nov. 2"?, a daugh ter to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lothrop. MARRIAGES. RUGG OBER. In Cambridge, Nov. 20, by Rev. E. Wheelock, Mary Ober of Jefferson ville, and A. D. Rugg of Fairfax. SHIPPY CARLTON. In Morrisville, Nov. 25, 1890, by Rev. M. Kingsbury, Frank Z. Shippy to Allie G. Carlton, both of Morris town. SKINNER SM ALLEY. At MossGlen Falls, Nov.27.1890, at the residence of thebride's parents, by Rev. W. E. Douglass, Will H. Skinner and Etta J. Smalley. KIPP WHITNEY. In Stowe, Nov. 27,1890, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. W. E. Douglass, Oliver B. Kipp, of Saratoga Springs, N. Y., and Ellen A. Whit ney of Stowe. DEATHS. HOLMES. In Johnson, November 27,Emilie L. Holmes, wife of 0. D. Rogers, aged 45 years. LIVINGSTON. In Cambridge, Nov. 30. of disease of the liver, J. Clark Livingston, aged 52 years. CHASE. In Cambridge, Nov. 19, Mrs. I. N. Chase, aged 31 years and 4 months. HELLO! CENTRAL OFFICE! Hello. Whose there ? 1 am, but very busy. You ought to take the News and Citizen and see how we slaughter the prices this fall on goods. I will how ever mention a few prices to you just to open your eyes. Do you keep Dry Goods V Yes ; am selling common Prints for 3 l-2c per yard, best Cocheco and Standards, worth 0 1-2 and 7c, for 4 l-2e per yard. 40-inch Unbleached Cotton clean and even, cheap at 8 l-2c, only 6 l-2c, one lot remnant Dress Flanuels, goo 1 goods, only 23e per yard ; Fine line Black Dress Goods. How can you sell goods so low and live V "Oh, that is easy ; we sell the quantity. A very small margin leaves us a fair profit. We keep WOOL AND BEAVER SHAWLS, Ladies and Children's Cloaks, Ladies', Men's, Misses' and Children's Underwear and Hosiery of all kinds and prices, Linen Towels 5 to SOo each, Turkish Bath Towels 13 to 20c each .Turkey red Damask 2oo per yard, Turkey red Napkins 45c per dozen, white Table Linen 40o per yard, white Linen Napkins 75c per dozen. Bed Blankets $1 and up, iiOO doaen Handkerchiefs all prices. Clothing, Hats and Caps ! 150 Men's and Boys' Overcoats, all prices, 75 black Worsted Suits, 300 wool, cashmere, Scotch and cheviot Suits, latest styles and novelties, $7.50 and up, 100 Young Men's Suits S0.00 and up, 100 Children's Suits $l.o0 and up, 500 Caps all kinds, largest line Stiff and Soft Hats in town. ROBES, COATS, LAP ROBES, BLANKETS, HARNESSES, &C, 50 Fur flobes, 40 For Coats, 800 Blankets, 40 Lap Robes, 20 Harnesses, all at reasonable prices. Do vou keep Groceries ? I should say we did. We just bought one ton Staroh from the manufacturers and offer it 50 per cent, below regular prices. One pound Coin Starch, one pound Mirror Gloss Starch, two pounds Crystal Gloss Staroh four pounds for only 2-5c. six pounds best Soda for 25c, Kirk's Chicago Soap 5c, six cakes for 25c, large line Canned Goods, largest line of Tobaccos In town. Maple Sugar, 6 1-2 cts.; Every Cash or goods. We solicit the patronage of every one wishing to save money to look over our stock before buying. To patrons owing us old bills past due we would very respectfully say to them that low prices warrant prompt pay, and to save all inconveniences that may arise, a prompt settlement from this date is suggested to be the correct thing. 0. E. Haskell, Wolcott, Vt. CRYSTAUGEM SPEGTACUES AND KYK (Si UASSES Dr. T. P. HUBBELL, Practical Oculist, gives exclusive-professional altentian to scientific adjustment of Specta cles. AH cases guaranteed. Ophthalmoscopic examina tions of eyes made and prescriptions furnished free to patrons. Will visit Morrisville, Hyde Park and Johnson on dates that will appear in this advertisement in due time. Look for them, A Some Office in Wolcott last ireek of every month. NO TARIFF ! on goods W. H. ROBINSON, MORRISVILLE, VT., brick block n' ye aMe to announce when we shall move to our new quarters In tho new The Clearance Sale Before Moving1 continues. Improve the opportunity. Tverytulng going at rock bottom prices. in our next advertisement we hope to mime the date of our opening in the new store hut conlinne eallins for a few days ut least at the eame old place iu Uurke's block where you still see the sign .. BrtB . ROBIKSOIiT'S. X-MAS is COMING but we are here with a full line of Books, Toys, Handkerchiefs, Lace Pins. Beads, Perfection Dyes, Engr Patterns, and an almost innumerable number of other articles. To see fur yourselves, just call at ttrs. C. S. "HOLDER'S, Maix Street, Mokkisville, Vt. MRS. HADLEY" lias just received a new supply or MILLINERY of the Latest Styles. Those difficult to fit will do well to call early. Also a nice variety of Stampeu lioous. uermaniown ana sax aiy Yarns, Knitting aim cinnroinery miks. reus, i-iusncs. Ornaments and material for fancy work. Ladies' Aprons from 25 to 75c, Ruchings. Veilings, Mad am strong s Health nouice. jMidmght Corsets, Children's double V Waists. &c. Ladies' and Children's Kid Gloves fitted for them. Always pieaseu 10 snow our goons, Mrs. K. A. HADLEY, Morrisville, Vt. ADDIE 1,1. BRADLEY, ARTIST. Portraits enlarged to order in Crayon, Pastel and Oil. Orders taken for all kinds ot band- painted Christmas Souv eniers. Art materials kept constantly on band, and picture framing done. Instruction given in Free-hand drawing, Crayoning, Tastel and Oil- painuug. uau and see my large line of studies designed for the use of pupils. All orders for uiinstmas must be sent in early. Studio: White & Go's New Block, Morris- vine, v r. CONANT'S VERMONT By EII1VA It II fOIAST, PRINCIPAL RANDOLPH NORMAL SCHOOL, Three parts in one book : Geography. History and Civil Government. 288 pajres, cloth 12mo., illustrated, and contains 8 new maps. Endorsed by leading men of the State, adopted in many schools, and recommended t read and sti1y. Sample copy by mail on receipt of $l.2fi. 5lm3 Thk Tuttlk Company, Pub'rs, Rutland, Vt. PIIDCC Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, uUriLO Hoarseness, Whooping Cough, Croup, Sore Throat, Asthma, and every affection of the Throat, Lungs and Chest, including Consumption Speedy and permanent. Used for fifty years. PILES, HUMORS, Scrofula, Eczema, Halt Kheum and all Diseases of the Shin aud Jllood are cured by FOWLE'S PILE and HUMOR CURE. H. N. WAITE. M. D. Formerly of Stowe, Vt. : recently of New York City i regular graduated Physician and Snrgeon. Gives special attention to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases; ten years' expe rience in the regular practice of medicine and surgery in the City of New York ; also Hospital and Dispensary Experience. Highest New York City references and country testimonials furuish ed on application. Office and residence perma nent! v located. Johnson. Vt. 4w Chickeas aa4 Fowls taken Monday. bought of Beaver Shoes in lace, button and congress, also Glove Kid flannel lined these in addition to our usual stock, which is just now unusually full. we have just received everything in winter goods and can show them to you if you will call. Low Prices on FLOUR this week. H. P. MUNSON, Morrisville, Vt. I am still selling our old Reliable Brands of Flour at Old Prices : CltV PaStrV S6.00. HaWPl' Rpct rr ninmnnrl Tncr nn Premium 5.75; every barrel isirti-iiun or can De returned at my expense. If you want anything in the line of Tin ) i " s. i carry in stocK all sizs and kinds ot galvanized, common and Russia iron stove pipe and elbows, coal stoves, stove boards and everything found in a first-class Tin-Shop. Parties thinking of put ting in any new buckets the coming spring will do well by calling and giving us their orders now. also lor Russia iron sap pans, sugaring-off pans and arches. Galvanized tanks for storage and arch pipe. 1 win save you mm wnnm and then you will be sure of them in season. Also a full line of wood sap buckets at same old prices. Call and examine my line of LEGGrlNS AND EUBBERS, of which I have a full and complete stock of everv kind. Lined pontiac leggins oniy $i.uo per pair, seemy on grain siiUfcss xu WJJAH over leggins only l.fcO per pair. Woonsocket Rubber Whole stock calf boots $1.50, whole stock kip boots with tap 2.00, congress shoes 1.2 1.50, 2.00 and 2.50. See our Mishawanka knit wool boot and rubbers fitted to every pair. Mill runs Tuesdays for custom work. I quote Meal and Feed $t.40, bran 1.15, fine middlings 1.30." ZE3I- Cambridge, "Vt. This is to inform the people of Lamoille County that "WA TERM AIT is still in it and will be found as usual at the Clothing Store where he will be pleased to show you his all and winter Line which he says is the largest and OVERCOATS, ULSTERS and SUITS, he has some very handsome patterns and made up in the latest styles. You know without his telling you that he always has the latest in Also as good a line as can be found anywhere. He can also show you good lines of Over Shirts, Underwear, Gloves, Mittens, Hosiery, Bags, Trunks, Umbrellas, Rubber Coats, Leather Coats, &c. Fur Coats in Goat, Dog and Coon, If you want anything in his line just call and if you think his goods are what you want, i not all is the same. CHAMPEATJ BLOCK, Main Street, - - Fox Two We shall SPECIAL From the Finest Beaver down to a Vermont Gray in Mens, Boys, Youth's Also a choice line of IU1 TJ JEt CO.A-TS, from the celebrated don and Ferguson of St. Paul, Minn. We shall also place on sale a special line of Gentlemen's JERSEY OVER SHIRTS in fast black and fancy colors at prices much lower than ever offered before. A regular dollar line for 75 cents, and the whole line equally as low. These are all first quality goods Ave don't buy seconds, as the first quality are cheapest. Call Joiixson, Vt., Nov. 18, ISM). GRANITE STATE PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION". Financial Statement, September I, 1890. ASSETS, Cash on hand and In Banks, Loans, lieal l.siate una Alortgages, Kills Kt'ee ivable. Olllee Fixtures, Dues in course oi collection, Total Assets, t X.I ABILITIES. Advanced ravmeuts, Opou Accounts, Members' Surplus to balance, I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a correct statement taken from the books of the Gran ite Slate rroviileiit Association. K. K. Ill' KM NOAM K. Secretary. At a special meeting of the members of the firanite State 1'rovldent Association held In thff home oflice at Manchester on Saturday, Sept. 13, the auditing committee made the following re port, which was unanimously accepted : We, the Niidersimied, certify that we have examined the hooks of the Granite State Provi dent Association of New Hamnshire. and also the securities, mul thev .'itioenr lo nrrct' u-ltli Mia accompanying statement, and we believe it to Tor further information, Boys warranted to give Perfect Sat- Work done, we will be pleased to have Boots only $2.50. 1ST. GKR-ST. in Morrisville, cheapest he has ever shown. In and CAPS, buy and he will appreciate it, - Morrisville, Vt. Weeks make a If 11 & Children's Sizes. manufacturers of Gor and see for yourselves. W. H. NYE & CO. 9 19.MS.33 l5.ti'J6.50 3.07T.2Z 30,000.00 J2M.M3.09 t8S,7TK.n 0.114..13 JiW.MO .V! $116..73 .M4,843.01 be correct. S. M. It k K N A K I . li. liKA.Jll SUU 111 A LA, apply oJ. O. BOBINSON. MTEft 011I0M