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MORRISVILLE and HYDE PARK Thursday. February 4, 1892. BUSINESS NOTICES O CM' D' JS,yn aBent for the California PmvitE . i . . t,iik of imnH. -ill v, ...i.i o .UM""lipt ... . , ..... ,,, ul oaturf)av r ternoon and evenine nt nrivnr i, j ' tion at the place recently occupied bv Himm BiKh.p at Hyde Park. s. B Waits Assignee i i .... i t i . . .... """ aie still continues - iiTi - iuii iasn store, Cloaks and jackets. If a woman or girl wants a first vm s i ikii mm m wining to pay a trifle ". r it, let ner come to this closing out sule; if we have her size, she will find prices lower than she suspects. There is Bpeuiui imrgiini navor all over the store. ir unj ueiore we move into new store. Taia Wrvn- I .11- . -" "-" " "ucr you nice sugar ; l , "-T"lB Lamoille l nickers fresh from the oven, by the barrel only f 2 .50 Best flour, $5.75. Dried Peaches, Apricots Prunes, Dates, Apples. &c, cheap. Molasses' .......... ...... muw jirice as last week. H. Waite. Wanted. A competent man who lias had experience in the lumber business tr H n-0 eral work indoors or outdoors, as required. HI"J Tiuu 10 t. j. aiiagett. Wolcott. . .., ui ii. . rait anuuu, nyae farK, vt. The Uyde Park Lumber Company. Hyde Park, Vt., Jan. 18th, 1892. LOCAL NEWS. MORRIS VI LLE. lhe young child of John Rivera died last week. Dr. Mubbell, the optician, is at "The Randall." II. C. Fisk was in town from St. Johns on Thursday. Will McCliatoek was in town from St. Johnsbury over Sunday. The Methodists are going to build a parsonage as soon as spring opens. Regular meeting of J. M. Warner Post, Saturday evening, February 0. Come out, boys. Remember the concert Thursday evening. It promises to be the fin est ever given here. Mrs. A. L. Forbush has moved to Ludlow, where she has purchased a millinery establishment. Miss Genie Austin of Johnson is spending a few days in town with the Misses Anna and Alice Doty. The Sons of "Veterans have in re hearsal a dramatic entertainment, to be given in the near future. Work on the new hotel is progress ing finely; several ot the upper rooms will be finished this week. II use and Dana are filling their ice houses lor the village patronage with choice ice from Board man's pond. The Universalist Circle will meet with Mrs. Henry Fisher Thursday, Feb. 11th- I'icnic supper as usual. .411 are invited. Gov. Hendee attended the meeting of the executive committee of the Ver mout Horse Breeders' Association at Rutland last week The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. church will meet with Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Bettis on Friday alternoon and evening of this week. Walter Jackson is at home, having received an honorable discharge from the navv. He will not re-enter the service for the present at least. The Domestic Bakery continues to crow in popular tavor; consequently Green & Powers are kept busy sup plying the demands of the county. The fire hydrants through the vil lage should be tested occasionally. Middlebury had another fire Satur day, which had its own way because of iroen hydrants. A large number of veterans, some accompanied by their wives, are at Montpelier attending the 2oth annu al encampment of the G. A. 11. de partment of Vermont. Rev. Mr. Fisk preached in Berlin on Rnndnv. Deacon Gleed read a ser mon at the Congregationalist church in the morning and Prof. Beebe bad charge of the evening service. Business is brisk at the tannery for this time of year. Some forty hands are employed insideand ten or more are piling bark .which is coming in rather lively since sledding set in. Quarter! v meetiDg services at the M. L church next Sunday under the direction ol the pastor. Quarterly conference Monday, Feb. 8, at 2 p.m. The Presiding Elder will be present. rharlio Khaw was out Monday for the first time after the removal of the tumor from bis ehouiuer, men tioned last week. It takes consider able of an ailment to keep "Charlie housed up very long. 1 donation for Rev. P. B Fisk and family is to le held at the Congregational vestry on Friday af anil evpnimr. The usual dime c d;ii Ha nerved and anything in the line of family supplies may be left at the vestry during the day and evening. Let all hands turn out,. Mali rhfnev commence a yearly advertisement in this issue. Their handsome store is replete with as fine a line of drugs, medicines, &c, as ran lie found in the State. Prescrip tions are carefully compounded there and everything they sell is pure and fresh. Watch their advertisement. The musical event of Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. TTanrtr Wait, was very much enjoyed and largely attended. A choice mus ical programme was rendered, partic ipated in by Mrs. Churchill, Mrs An aL. fra Tiirh. Misses Melheblay- ton.Rublee.Niles, and Messrs Whipple, liobb, Lneney, r icciwwv. Irenhments were served. Another effort has been made by K..ainps men to effect an agree- ment to close the business places one evening of each week at 7 o dock. .u:i, oma n vprv commendable and reasonable plan. As the working of the plan was to depend upon an un Uimnim floreement it is lrustrateu i.i .offiwmpnt of George Town and Dana Ilutchins, who' do not wish in rinse. The board of Civil Authority for nfMnriHtown are requested Lilt? v , - to meet at the town clerk s office w-jnul(iv. February 10, 1S)J, at -r Abatement of taxes and to attend to any other business that may properly come before them. On February 11, at the same hour and place, the selectmen will meet to set r. ,, nrinst thetown,and the auditors will tdiewhtbeofHcspfthe town pnd' continue men their report is made Leach .Sbewell & Sanborn, the we l known dealers in educational pabU have moved to 202 Devon snireStreet, Boston. Thelatter name in this firm will be recognized as one -r AW-iinll l)OV8. " ii- H; and Z :ii o-inH to see any of the J.:. from Vermont at any time An exchange in -peaking of this re ,nl nvs: "They have dellghtfu, rooms and entertain their friends tavah cpitdially. It s interesting to see bow .distinctively the personality of a ' book bouse' shows itself in ap nointments. It is worth ones while to look in upon these well-known and popular publishers. Posters and cards are out announc ing the first annual pan 01 me ime- wild Yacht mud. ii nff Friday evening, I ebruary 12, promises to be the event' of the. sea r nnmnniuii nf MorriS- villa's best citUens and this alone is A..i.v- o-nin'nhtv ttiat the affair Music will be fur will be a success. town hiill n.v,;u .ni. LtL 18 not Rotten up for specu K:PreS' b,Ut fr e purpose ti e club"h,ag0.K' Tcial m", anl pl at ti thPfore pla,.wl the pute at the low flnpn i -r the full bill ti I11 ot 1.0 for wUl be a HrV all'and hopes there ue a iirge turn out campaign ' EUn f the residential campaign was heard ro whninc among the hills r i wtloing uuo IUIIS on luesdav evenino- when was organized "The II II ft er' Republican Club of MorristoVn?" fiftv aPPen,nmpmi-shiP of about dor in Tt mTs Wils calle'3 to or der m Hon. P. K. deed's office. J. when thn8?VVa? chosen Moderator; when the following officers were elec Ks F r' l" G- Fleetwood; Vice Jon" n i I llson ; Sec-' w-H-Uobin-son Delegate to State Convention, Campbell, with the president and secretary delegates ex-onicio J A Robmson, Geo. C. Lang and Will dVOILwfPe PPointed committee to draft constitutions and by-laws. Meetings will be held once a month until the campaign. A special meet- 'M be heId Wednesday evening, eb. 1 th, to hear the renort nf gates of the State flnnvpntinn a cordial invitation is extended to all , wao would iom. Mr ninor. the place of meeting. The annual meeting of the Library Association WHS hplrl in P Tv JI.1V, . ... . - - - vncru o rrC. r f? W ednesday evening last. Ihe following officers were elected for "c "uing year: President, G. AV. Hendee ; Vice-President, M. C. Mower ; treasurer, P. K. Gleed: R.tBi.v a ii 'i.. i. ,.. i . .t.. iiuei Auditor, J. A. Rob n son; Board of Tinstooa i i.' Gleed, Mrs. Isabella P. Cushinan Martin AVhe?Ioilc. H 4 ki.,,.- iss b. Carrie Chase, L. S. Small rranK Kenheld. A vote of thanks vvas extended to all who have assisted m so many ways, and to the retirin .trustee. Rev. Air. Fisk. A letter was read from Dr. Stowe, presenting an Historical clock to the association, which vvas replied to with a resolution expressing thanks. Interest in the norary seems to have had a steady rowtu and itssuccessseemsassnred especially making it desirable to get ic into larger and more pleasant quarters, which it is honed mav be accomplished if a way is provided to meet the expense. 518 different ner- sons have had books, and 5091 books have been taken out. The Rprnn.l floor of the new bank building, which would furnish commodius rooms for library and a large, sunny reading room, will be available, if the wav is made clear to meet the additional expense, Cai op Thanks. We, the undersigned, herehy express our sincere thanks to the friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us by their help and sympathy in the sick ness and death of our dear mother. W. B. & Samuel Patch. HYDE PARK. Mrs. W. H: II. Kenfield, who was a;it : lien .i few weeks since by the death of a relative, returned to Bos ton, Mass., last Monday. The tax collector was on the war path Monday looking after delin quents. It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of this personage. The Hyde Park Lumber Co. are in search of a man experienced in the lumber business for outside and in side work as occasion requires. See notice. A subscription paper, soliciting funds to partially pay Frank Sawyer for breaking pat lis throughout the vil lage is in circulation and has received numerous signers. A large number from this place will attend the concert by the Boston Ilivals at Morrisville Thursday eve ning. Ic promises to be one of the finest concerts ever given in Lamoille county. The band bova are making efforts I to raise funds to purchase a base horn. 'arties desiring to contribute to this enterprise may hand their funds to P. 15. roster, who has the matter in charge. Several of the locomotives are draped with crape, because of the death of President Furberof the Bos ton & Maine. For the same reason the conductors are wearing crape on their left arm. The increase in patronage at the post-office creates more demand for boxes, and the postmaster, bound to please the public by giving them a nrst-class office, is arranging to add several new lock boxes similar to those already in use. At a meeting of the creditors of Hiram Bishop, held last week, S. B aite was chosen assignee, and is now in possession of the store dis posing of the goods at a low figure The liabilities are about $2,500 and the assets about $ 1,000. The Odd Fellows initiated seven new members last Friday evening, three of them being clergymen. Four towns in the county were represented by this initiation. The affair wound up with a banquet at the Hotel Phoe nix, followed with impromtu re marks from several members. At an informal meeting of the Re publicans of th:s place last week the campaign club of ' was reviveu and several new names added to me roll. Col. Sawyer was elected Presi dent. K. W. Hulburd, Secretary Capt. Waite was choseu delegate to the Burlington meetiug The Academy lyceum last week, after much discussion, decided that it. man t,ht nroner thmir for the Lm twl Ktfita to declare war with Chili if the saucy little country didn't make the required apology. The question fr.p ii next vceum. wnicu win ue i.ol.l next, Tuesdav evening, is "Re solved, that cap.tal punishment is warrantable The firm of Wilder, Noyes & Co., of St. Johnsbury, the weii-Kuown ma ami iWiilers in heavy hard " : . . m. unr. wns dissolved January x. xne firm is now A. B. Noyes & Co., the lottor mpmber beinir 1'hilip 11. Btone, son of the late C. M. Stone of that place. The firm is now a strong one ni rh rPiiiitation of the old to fni- intpo-ritv and square dealing will be maintained by the new one. This firm does a large business all through this section and is represented py that steading man, O. 1. Rogers. The t hird in the series of the Brook fioUl sprvieeB was iriven at the vestry Sunday evening. Like the others, it proved flecidedly intrestipg, owing prrhaps to the fact that if is what may be called a people's service, made up ot responsive tfnunis" au auently interspersed with singing. 'bha Kiindnv eveninsr sir vices are .lmwincr lnrce audiences and if they the increase it will be necessary to hold them in theaudito rinm. The pastorcontemplates giv ing a lecture next Sunday evening upon Alexander M. Mackay, late missionary to Central Africa, Town matters are beginning to liv en' up and 'discussions upon the Chilian war. arid the grip are giving way to talks upon town affairs, As is the case every year there are those who are finding fault with the way things have been managed, and de clare there must be an overturning of officials, &c; while others are con tented to let things remain as they are, and still others who ri care Z "continental" abouttown matters and give' no attention to them. Every- taxpayer ought to 'give" the affairs of his town thofougli"con9iU erVtfon, and keep posted upon the acts of the officials,' so that when town meeting is held he may go be- fore it with a knowledge of what has been done, and thereby be enabled to take an intelligent part in the dis cussions as well as in selecting offi cers. We presume the reports of the officers will be out in season to give the people an opportunity to peruse them before the time for the meeting conies around. In the meantime "keep cool." Centreville. Rev. E. W. Wst and fami ly, from Lincoln, are viBiting friends in this Place A child of Carlos Eastman's died .Sunday The little child of Andrew Cow an's died last week. The funeral was held Sunday, Kev. E. W. West officiating Lo renzo Calkins and wife went to East Fairfield to attend the funeral of her brother's wife. Mrs. I. C. Prouty Our young people had a party last .Saturday night down to Mr. Geo. Hogaboom's. A good time was enjoyed an. JOHNSON. Mrp. Hannah Hill is still very ill. James Foster now occupies rooms in the Allen house. John Burnham has rented his house to waiter liradley. Mrs. Ldward Gomoe of Essex, is visiting irienuB in town James Mason of Idaho, is the guest of his mece, airs. ,i. a. l"earl. Sanford Kenfield has lately moved in with nio. x-.ut?u jviiwruusn Rev. Mr. Saunders was called upon to at- iiu iwur lunerais lasi weeK. Advertised letters: Mrs. F. H. Dean, Euse be Lacase and Morris Sault. Mrs. N. F. Keeler of Hvde PnrV ia tli A minflt ri i . . . : " - "i uer uruiuer, j. a. Andrews. red w luting hag sold one of his valuable norses to parties in New York An interesting Farmers' meeting was held fmurua; ML me lown Hall. Well attended and spirited lyceums are be ing neia weemy in district No. 9. J. H. Burnham has sold out his stock of giass ana paints to Lyman Jones. Key. air. Ward has been confined to the uouse lor some time with the grip Dr. Campbell occupied the pnlpit.at the "uusn-auunai cnurcn last Sunday. Will Atwell of Eden, is clerking for W. II Nye, during Walter Bradley's absence. Dr. Campbell goes to Peachnm to deliver a leciure, inursday evening of this week. Susie Hill entertained her friends last Satur day evening. It was her 13th birthday Mr. and Mrs. John Burnham are now living ... . . i. . i. - . i ... ... miu ineir moiner, wno is m poor health Mrs. Aaron Podge, formerly of this p'ace uicu a b uer nome in .MLsliua. Iowa, Jan. 18. Pr- Waite's two sisters, Mrs. Jones and Miss Waite, have assisted in caring for Mrs. W aite. ifre. George Partlow is at her former horn? in Georgia, caring for her mother, who is very ill. Rev. N. C. Saunders was called to Fairfield Inst Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Prouty. Mrs. Dr. W her severe and what seemed for a time to be a lata i illness. Carl Robbins was ohliceri to tnfce n vaoa. tion from his duties at the Reform School, on account of a disabled arm. The Normal school opens Tuesday Feb. 9. A full term is expected. The Model m-lionl ho. gins Wednesday, Feb. 10th. Congratulations are in nriW far Mr onl Mrs. Walter E. Bradley, who returned from their wedding trip lost Monday evening. Miss Thompson left last Fridn v forfln where she will remain one term to complete her course in the Normal. Her Absence lipro is regretted by people and pupils. Presiding Elder Boutwell will he at, the M E. Church next Sunday. Quarterly confer ence at 2 o clock Saturday afternoon. Trustees' meetinz this ( Wednesday! even in ir at 8 o'clock. . A keen sense of loss and sorrow is. and will continue to be felt by all classes, because of the death of Isaac Manning, which occurred last Wednesday. An abundance of friends, and not an enemy. The town loses a. mnt substantial citizen. The lecture by Rev. Mr. Martin at the Bap tist -church was well attended; interesting ar.u instructive, it cannot fail to be helpful to all who heard it. Mr. Martin is a good speaker, pleasing in manner, holding the close attention of his hearers. His talk throughout was thoughtful and earnest. NORTH HYDE PARK. Mrs. Rockwood is slowly improving. Mrs. Whittemore, from Eden, is having the care of Mrs. Rockwood. Mrs. Cora Whitney, from Auburn, Me., is visiting her father, Chauncey Crocker. E. W. Prior has the la grip, and with his other infirmities places him in a very critical condition. Elinus Leach, who has been with his son in Wolcott for a time, has returned to his home in this village. Mrs. Channcey Crocker, who went to Lyn don to care for her dauirhter. was tnken sick and Is not able to return. Miss Hnrtig from Massachusetts, who has been assisting in the care of Mrs. Rockwood, is now in Eden as an evangelist. L. II. Parkhurst, who has had an extended experience with the grip, is improving, but is reminded of the irishman who declared he was sick 10 weeks after he got well. JEFFERSON VI LLE, James Hubbard is again improving. The next service will be Episcopal and Rev. A. Graves is expected. Hattie Griswold is from home spending a few weeks with her sister. Henry Barnard of Johnson was the guest of A. C. Fletcher over Sunday. Mrs. Trueman Whitcomb who was one of the first attacked with the grip is still con fined to her bed. There will be given Tuesday eve., Feb. 9th by the Kings Daughters Society, a sheet and pillow case party at the town ball. Miss Lanra Burnham was sick a few days last week and her sister, Mrs. Chas. Jones of Johnson, took her place in the schoolroom About fifteen couples of the young people of this village and vicinity will take a leap year ride to Fairfax on Wednesday, p.m. They will return to tne town hall, where an oyster supper will be served, in time for prayer meeting. WATER VILLE. Mark Stevens has moved to Cambridge J unction. Mrs. H. B. Miller is visiting her son, Elmer Miller, in Richford. Charles Tobin has gone to Johnson, where he has ajob in a tub shop. Quarterly meeting at the M. E. Church on Sunday next. Elder Morgan will preach. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Spaulding of Cambridge were guests of Joseph btratton over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leach were visiting his sister, M rs. Will Chase at Fletcher over Sun day. Mrs. Bettv Fletcher who has been sick at Dr. Brushs in Cambridge for several weeks has returned home. Praise service Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Everybody is welcome. Come pre pared to sing. Bring any singing-book you have. School in Dist. No. 2 closed Friday, Jan. 29. Whole number nfdays were 40. Num ber of scholurs 22. There were no scholars but were absent one day. Those who were absent one or two days, oply, were Clyde and Stella Littel, Lawrence Thomas, Madie Locke and Thomas Potter. Those marking highest in written work are Homer Leach in the tirBt class and Charley Larabee in the second. The scholars have been industrious and studious throughout the term, never wet-mill if to loose their interest ; for this and their kindness and presents to her they are heartily thanked by their teacher. CAMBRIDGE. Mrs. Stinson is gaining slowly. H. Fields is moving to Hyde Park. Mrs. Daniel Cutting is convalescent. -Mrs. Havens has gone back to Fairfax. Myrtie Wallace is home again from Morris ville. Mrs. John Safford visited relatives in t'jis place. R. Brush was in St. Albans last week on business. Mrs. Dora Batchy visited, n JSost Fairflpld last week. B. G. Macoy fell last week, hurting himself quite badly. . i -. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Gilbert visited in Morris, ville last week.. C. P. Havens of Shelburne, is visiting Mrs. Mary Havens. T. J. Borden of Swanton, was in town this week on business. Mr. Loveland had - reiaD80 and is not I expected to recover. Irvin Chaee was in Burlington severs.) times last week oq business. Mrs. Mury KJlenwood is iu Waterbqry with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Luce.1 ' "Mrs.. Mary Havens was in Swanton last week the guest of Mrs. Rorden. Ttmre will be services at Holy Cross Mis sion next Sunday, Feb. 7th, at 3 p. m. Rev. U. Graves officiating. WOODBURY, Sally Smith died Jan. 25, aged 80 years. Miss Cora Oeorge was-at home' over Sun day. . .: A son was born to Mr. and Mra. JjugKPVi Heath Jan. 27,18,'. ' ' "'' ' M.-s. Mayy-'ltic.rilineT 1b about tjhe game, and aloo; Mtirtm Heidehreich." '' ' ''. '' Mr. Alien Nelson whs buried Feb. , aged 19 year?. He was a jtpoil, bay tand wiir.be missed by many Mrs: Geo. Faunce of Kast CalaiH has been nnita.nu with billiouft trouble uud pleuriny. ' but is improving. STOWE. Measles are prevalent in n few families. Mr. A. A. Wnrren instructs li in voc.il Husk at his residence. Ice eighteen inches thick, iiml clear is being cut out on the pond. MiHS Badger, teacher in district No. 4, hns been very sick of late. James Morrison and John Ferry, among others lire on the sick list. E. B. Cobb hns purchased n fine Ayrshire bull of L. S. Drew of Burlington. Orison Smith and family have returned to Stowe after two years living in Waterbury. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ferrin of Montpelier, were in town Saturday stopping with friends. Do those who are blessed with health, re gard it as a Divine favor and appreciate it. as sucn .' Mrs. Lestina Camp is sick with nervous prostration, similar to her severe uMictiou of many years ago. Rev. Mr. Wnlbiidgc officiated at the Con gregational church on Sunday. Ho will hold meetings through the week. Mr. Asa Oaks is at home from Chicago on account, of the sickness of his mother, and the death of his uncle, W. L. Thomas. W. L. Thomas, aired about SO years, after a brief illness, died on Fri lay night. The fu neral was held on Sun.ln., U.-v. Mr. Booth of ficiating. Musters Don and Dan McAllister drive a fine stepping seven-months-old colt in har ness and sleigh. They feel proud, as they have reason to, of their turnout. Mr. Vorce, living in the south part of the town, while at work in the woods, received in some unknown manner a severe injury; hav ing his face badly crushed. Just how it was done, it is said he is not able to tell. Rev. Mr. Emery is much improved in health and is doing heavy work. In two weeks re cently, he attended meetings six evenings, of ficiated at three funerals ami made eighty pastoral calls, besides preaching twice each Sabbath. Mrs. W. J. Seaver, while wnlkingin theroad near their residence, had the misfortune to fall, fracturing or dislocating her hip, possibly both. Dt-s Gillett and Grout were called in attendance. Mrs. Seaver is an estimable lady and has the sympathy of every one. The Spiritualist Ladies' Aid Society of this place will hold a picnic circle with Mrs. St Mrs Thursduy Feb. 11th. All interested a re cor dially invited. All members of the society should be there without fail, as there is busi ness of importance to transact. Gentlemen nviteil in the evenimr. Mrs. Stiles has a large room and hopes to see it full. A lew wno remember back stxtv venrs niro will call to mind one Jobn and James Barns, twin sons of Jacob Barns-. Thev moved to wilds of Michigan in 18."i(. The bovs then so much resembled each other that their near relatives were unable to tell them apart. In the early western home the Indians even be came excited and would come a long distance to see tuem. In the "Grand Haven Evening News," of last w eek is mentioned the death of John W. Barns, a former editor and leading business man ot the city. EDEN. Landlord O'Brien had a large and noisy crowd at his dance last Saturday evening. Mrs. Hutchins, the old lady who has hud the grip, is failing with no hopes of recovery. W. J. Atwell was in Johnson last week. helping W. H. Nve, who has been on the sick list. D. S. Scott, of Johnson, and L. R. Well- man and wife, ot Lowell, were m town on Sunday. The regular meeting of Mount Morris Lodge. No. tit), F. & A. M., fo February falls on Tuesday, the !)lh. Charles Wescom was called to Morrisville last week by thedeath of a grand-child child of John Rivers and wife Flora. The Department Encampment G. A. I!, is in session at Montpelier this week, com mencing Tuesday, Feb. 2nd. Quite a num ber are in attendance. Bailey Fuller received ndisiiatch relating to business in Dakota, which caused him to cut short his visit here and hasten to his home n Jamestown, Dakota, ol w hich flourishing city he is the mayor Dr. II. D. Martin, the distinguished oculist, will again give our town a visit, and can be consulted at the hotel Feb. 8th mid Jlth. If you have troublesome eyes, or glasses, don't neglect to see him. Fred Smith lost a sack of flour from his sled on Saturday afternoon on the road be tween the iNtage road and his house, and he wonders who could have found it so soon alter he lost it, for he went right back but failed to find it. A Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to the kind friends at Eden Mills and vicinity for their kind assist ance during the death and burial of our dear husband and father. Jacob Harrington, and to the singers who so kindly ' rendered their, services. May heaven's richest bless ing rest upon them. MliS. SAT.t.Y llAliltlXIITO.N, ( i htis If wiiii.M: i o.v, Mns. Caiiiiii-: ( iu:xi;v, Jonas 11 a iiiiinuton, Xkttib Smatti i k. EAST CAMBRIDGE. Quite a change in temperature: warmer with indications of a thaw. Butter selling at 25 cents per pound last Saturday, where it was curried. Abbie Balch has been again at F. E. Put nam's for a lew days. Glenn Caswell returned home lust week. Thursday from visiting relatives iu Fairfax, Milton, Essex Center, and Culchesler. Farmers are using the present snow w ith a vigor to finish getting their wood and draw their logs to the mill. Mrs. H. B. Caswell went to Montpelier last Monday, Feb. 1st, as a delegate for the Woman's Relief Corps, it being under the auspices of the Grand Army Post. Intelligencehas just reached us of the death of W ilium Alonzo Lanpher, of Highgate, Vt-, the youngest brother of Mrs. Susan Lan pher, of this place. He dropped dead in the woods, whither he "had gone with another man Jan. 2(5, 1892, of heart failure He was the only remaining brother of Rev. L. A. Lanpher, of Crattsbury, Vt., lately deceased His age was 78 years; his sister, Mrs. S. Lanpher, now the only surviving member of the family, being 80. For many years he had been a member of the M. E. Church, ever striving to live as a Christian should, and though called without a moment's warning we feel that he was ready. Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 30, 18i)2. WOLCOTT. H. M. Noyes of Hyde Park was in town on Tuesday. Dr. Martin, the oculist, can be consulted at Centennial House Feb. 4, 5, and (i. T. A. Wales and daughter from Cabot, were in town visiting friends last week. Rev. Mr. Reynold, who has been sick with the grip at Mr. Taylor's, returned to -his home in Montpelier on Thuisday. Dr. Dillingham has been away for the past week on a business trip; nnd Mrs. Dillingham is visiting her sister, Airs. John Harris of Hardwick. There will be a school exhibition at River side school-house. Dist. No. 1, Wolcott, Vt., Friday evening Feb. 12, 18!)2, commencing at 7 o'clock. Admission ten cents. Last week, two boy horse jockeys struck this place and immediately commenced opera tions; alter staying here about twenty-four hours and makingsome "swap horse "trades. They disappeared much to the discomfort of some of our local capitalists. The Universalist society will hold their annual Fair and chicken pie supper at Red field hall, Tuesday evening Feb. 0th. The society has been working the past year for the coming Fair, and have many useful ant) valuable articles which will be sold for less than real value.. The public are invited to come anil enjoy the evening's entertainment. An invitation is also extended to friends in adjoining towns. Anihe Jones, Pres. MOSCOW. Orson Smith has moved back to his farm in Moscow. Since snow came every one is busy; and grip seems to have got about round and is moving out. Joseph Armstrong has left his home on the hill, and is boarding for the present at L. L. Spaulding's. Ed. Cleveland is getting out lumber for Mr. Mansfield, who intends building a barn an other season,. Bill Yore, while at work in the. woods, met with quite an accident last week, by a limb lulling on him, makiug a bud gash on his face. l(e is doing well, EAST ELMORE. Mrs. Geo Gray is better. Charles Scrjbne; j w;c, are bavin ; a tus- . "'.u the grip. F. B. Morse and daughter, Mrs. Rivers, are at Barre this week. Rev. and Mis. I). P. lirugfe are visiting theji; children in ' Wtlteryille iirni Georgia, this weeky AUeu Nelson died Siindav morning of pneu monia, resulting from the grip; aged about 20 i ears. L. A. Gale and wife of Barre, were in town on Friday th attend the funerul of their sis ter, Mrs. Morse. Cakd op Thanks. We w ish to return our thanks to our neighbors ami friends, who so kindly assisted in the last sickness, death ami burial of our wife nnd mother; also for the flowers and decorating ihe grave. Mtt. Ar MI.K. .I. W. KiVKItS, v F. It. Moiisk, ('HAS. MoltSK. ELMORE. JioTlCB-Tlie jditoiii of the (own of Kl ipore will wept at tlie town cln k'B ollii o in Elmore on Feb. l.'iih nt 111 o'clm k A. m. to Btljimt any nnd nil cliiimH njniir.Kt tlic; town. Thorn! having i lniins for eWtli lit lire rv- (Itii'Kted to )ritunt tlicm to t lie auditors on , or before t hat day. l'er order of auditors. CRAKTSBURY. (Mir County Court convenes on Tuesday this week. Mrs Smith continues about the same as as last week. Our list of siek are all reported on the gain at this writing. Our little store at the corner on the Branch is doing a good and safa business. The Collins Mill. that, lias been idle for a number of weeks, started Feb. 1st. Nearly everybody is getting ice this week on the Osmore pond ; it isof the best quality. T. J. Gliddon wants to sell his farm. This is one of the best and finest located farms in Orleans County. Mr. Marchess at Mill illage has been con fined to his house nearly three weeks witl.i jirip. Twelve persons died in tins town in month ol January, an veryoui peopie.exc one. Mrs. Ira Dntton, who has been hard for a long time, died last -Th' buried Saturday. G. L. Tillotson is atten week. E. A. Allen will lw.:iHh trill not admit. Erwin Lanpher and - TT ii.r.if.n tlm itnst. week t. nt .f M,. T.nniilipr'a father 81' Mrs. Roberts , who hnsi long time, died Suturday'Jfl Monday. She was 8j Teu,. E. B. Marcev has returno Me., with a fine stock of I. i. i nv oou ue irrjiaiu torn prices. Mr. Beede is putting a logs on the banks ol mack Irasburg in the spring. i. i. ........... i wl1 ictl Jit-l iiiuuoBim. m,i4-l Mr. C. G. Doty, now 82 years o having a. hard tussei with the g about our streets ngnin and hopes to live' to see a Republican President elected. U. V. M. NOTES. Recitations are over and mid-year exami nations are taking place. Lust. Friday evening, Prof. Merrill gave the Science club an interesting lecture on the subject, "Isomerism." J. ('. Turk, '83. and N. K. Chaffee, '91, vis ited ti lends iu college last week. Thursday, Jan. 28, the day of prayer for colleges, was observed with appropriate ex ercises at 9:30 a. m. Rev. Mr. Starks, D. D. of the Methodist church preached a very in teresting sermon to a good sized audience. composed of the faculty, students and friends of the college, after which a social meeting was held in the room of the Y. M. C. A. In the evening meetings at the city churches; members of the association spoke of its work in the college. OB1TUAHY. ahira lewis. Ahira Lewis was born in Barnard, Vt., Aug. 18, 1801, and died in Morristown, Vt., Jan. 1st, 1892. He was married to Elvira E. Thayer of West Randolph, in 1829, with w hom he lived nearly fifty years. Airs. Lewis died Oct. 27, 1870. Uncle Ahira.iiiMra Deen familiarly called, moved to Mor' I eware I 1841, and lived on the same fariw vm1P iw years. He was converted in thHW Jour J'JW nativity and united with the MT way. Ke and renrained an active consistentsaw it drop the same for sixty-five years. He wuan.0 jJOw ly interested in the succcsb of the churJ? i L was always at his post of duty until im(P "Oast hearing and failing health compelled him" keep withdraw from the active service in which hnow tiu.l un i,,it, Hut itrhf a1 i,i r,..., I.-.., a .....,... T r ...... o.. u. ...... .... e,. ...... ... inrnvuaruia. xie.pn was a man of broad sympathies, of sterling I worth and of undoubted nietv. Those who Kt knew him best, loved him most. Inthechurch and in town, he had occupied positions of trust, acceptably to ins constituents. That which w as worth doingat all, was worth doing well in his estimation. Half-hearted ser vice m any department of life, would return (as he thought), only a partial reward. He was generous to a fault, and was ready with his means to lend a helping hand in support of w orthy causes. Threechurch edifices in town, w hile in process of erection, from hini received substantial aid. Although aged and feeble, his mind was clear and unclouded. He was conversant, with the Holy Scriptures, and well abreast with the times, for a man of his age. He did not look upon the hurrying times in which we live, as indicative of ship-wreck and disaster. To see things move in avenues of trade and iu all business life, was a pleas ure and a satisfaction. His sunny face, cordial grasp of the hand and kindly word, will be missed in the neighborhood where he lived and among all who knew him in town. The universal verdict is, " A good man has gone to his reward, a noble soul has joined the shining hosts above." " Let me live the life the righteous, let my last end be like his." SIMON M. SHATTICK. Diki). At Eden, on the I7tli,day of Janua ry. 189, Minon Montague bhattuck. lhe going out from among ns of this one. whom ne called a young man, seems to de serve something more tnan a casual notice. S. M. Shattuck was born in the town of Bel viderp on the 21st day of May, 1852, being i ! youngest child ot Kandall Ntiattiick. He came to l-.ilcn Kcbrimrv 19th. IMUli, with hut imioiitM. ,1,1, I. - 4. i. - the Luke Carpenter farm, wnerethey have since lived. On the 1 2tb day of April, 1878, Simon was married to Miss Nettie Harring ton and went to Lymlonville to live; but soon after returned to Eden with his young wite and moved in with his father atid moto- er to care for them in their declining years ; ami ngnt iaitntuiiy and patiently did he per form the loving task he had set for him self just as long as life remained "never having been away from home but five months in his life,' so his aged father tells us. His death seoms peculiarly sad. Truly, "His work was not done." His father and mother feeling that they were near the Inst mile-stone on the home tourney and leaning heavily on their youngest born. The wife with three younc children to care for and comfort, when her own bereaved heart was almost broken all dependent on him who was cnlled home by the ruthless reaper it is no wonder that it seemed almost futile to try to console those to sadly afflicted. Simon had held several positions of trust in his neighborhood and in town, and was noted for his strict integrity and fidelity to his trust and to his friends, and for his quiet and unassuming manners, never making any bluster or seeking notorie ty. Those who were most intimate with him knew him to be a good son, patient and ten der, u kind and loving husband, and an in dulgent father. Publicly he was univer sally respected as the large gathering at his late home on the day of the funeral testifies. It can be truthfully said of him, "He hath done what he could." I. H. f. (HAS. W. Mil. LAN. . Charles V. Millnn, formerly of Johnson, i., uieu hi ins nome in i.vnn. aiass., i-i.-em- i ber 211, after a lingering illness ofr; liuuui iiiret? luoiiiiiM, ui me u)zv ui i j L IIlOlllll UIIU 1 I UHVB. it'e.lM'II HUB mri her of the firm of Bartlett & Millnn of Ly3 and was widely and favorably known id buHiiiecB man of the strictest nitegrit.y..ej runerai serviees were neni at' mis ia donee, No. 7, North Franklin 1Bn diiv. December 31, llev, A. A JlTi utiiig. A loving husbaud, a I oi'i son and brother, an ever gen . eous business associate, his preo. sadly missed. His many old triend-O son and vicinity will be pained to decease. Y-.fl" Ik T'iiT.tlnn U;t strawberries nt three do!T;n ALso in Bermuda potatoes, iif top beets and onions, lettuce, spinach greens, striDjr beans, etc., at the fanci est prices. I5ut these arrivals are prophetic of the good time coming, when southern truck will be the cheap-; est of nil luxuries. General Butler's much-talked of book has finally appeared. It repeats a great many old stories that have been discussed in years past, but doesn't throw much light on historic events, During December there was an in crease of 100 percent in exports from the United States to Cuba and Porto llico, compared with the same month in 1800. Reciprocity is working. BIRTHS. Vv IFT. In Uarfleld. Jan. v duunliter to Mr. and Mrs. C(0 , 1IAYFORU In .lohnsun, Jm.vv w 1 If.. tl. . ,. 'J Hon lo iir. llini mm. v uouuioi MANNING. In Joliimon. J' I A. MuuulliB " jred 73 yearii'd M I , IlODGK. In Nashua, Jfoe . Mrs. Aaron Dodge. l&lf TOYALSSil "tli loA jrSt3 win ri re t i i v, Absolutely Pure, s A rrfo A orfim (f tartar baking powder Uitlliest of all in leavenhiK streniitti' latest V. S. (loyernnu'iit food Ke lxirt. ' 1 FARMERS, TEAMSTERS Who covj "Ni would be p'eisel F ft my large stock vdr Sjin. Am HBHmmxaiHaBM prenai uor bg't Sleds, f 0D- J FREE. Xri H w'l cos'; notliinR to have a scien- : J Sfific examination of jour eyes by f "c1 block by J i ... Ti .''rriJK AT L -V' ,., II ri'l I T ' ndtiy, Fcbrunry 8th to s .-l ' f jf Junc- x .Tunc Irllncton .;iL'ht Kx. York, Bns- ric Ping cars : Junction with , Chicago and mn sletnine car .6 Chicago without Ll"nur Mixed train, leaving Jeffersonville 5.30 a. m.. connects at Essex Junction with Express Mail for Boston via Lowell or Fitchhurg! New York via Troy or Sprint; field. Arrival of trains at Cambridge Jet. 9.30 a. ni.: Mail, leaving Burlington 7 30 a. ne 4.45 p.m.: Mixed, " ' 12.25 p. in 6.15 p. m. : Passenger, " " 4 25 p. in. Trains leave Sheldon Jet. For Kichford 7.0U a. in., 2.10 p. ni., 7.12 p. m. For St. Albans 9.50 a. m., 4 43 p. in. Trains leave Swanton For Norwood. Ogdensburg and West, 6.22 a. m. For Ogdensburg 1.10 p. ni.. 6.35 p. in. For House's Point 10.30 p. in. E. C. SMITH, S. W. CUMMINGS, President. Gen'l Passenger Agt HALL & ttttldl" v Wv. w - r Tvould leave him shaft ?J ar but always thiijkfuLbjflt ha T lis. But that time had r t f. i L !.., V' "emenibur, he dwnntoamodofBteaOr. McUH & IOrtlciIl(i ness and desolateness. iQt'f-'pOO'f'Q fur into the night dreab!P vJlO, those things that Hollis' r the afternoon had rect' TfCT7"TT T Tj TrYK He was suddenly svXO V,JLJ-iyJl, V X. ing a voice calling 'i . -r-, ' without in the pale moonTisv?! . "vS. 1 Honey Lrensnaw leaning tipsilv his wild mustang. "Hello, Jack!" bawled Crenshaw, trying to nod his heavy head toward village, '' You're wanted over der!" A'hat's up?" siiid Jack, flingviyj 'blanket and saddle upoi , which was tethered near e devil's up," answer v "D'you know a felK Mr. Kiehard Hollis I," said Jack ; " wha' thar ain't no Anellyou,' A - - 5 1 JL JJ&QJJiMJLdLl Corn Meal, $1.25; Cracked Corn, $1.25 or $24.00 per ton , 1 Oar Fine Bran this week only $1.10. Yours truly, Q-.E. Haskell, Wolcott. nif . - . VJLX t I r ft i r i LI I II II III III I I MLS-J T I II II II IIU I I -VQXP' Spectacles to That can .be help.ecj or permanently cured by the use of such aids to vision. ALL CASES POSITIVELY GUARANTEED. Examination of eyes and. advice free. Nest Professional Visit at Morrisville, at the Hotel Xtaadall, February 3 and 4. Will be at Homo Office, Wolcott, nevr building1, all prepared for this special purpose, the last half of each month. 1 1 .lB. . urg.il i';(. i h rO WEUWfAHSlHCTON'S, J0HH$0fl. 'i.i r - .. ....... ....j ir..iir inth in ir.il, EMINENTLY SUCCESSFUL In the treatment and r lief of head al lien pain In and over eves, pain in too and buck of head, weak and watcrv even, blur red and indistinct Rich!. Inflamed eyes anil lins, sqiiintingnnd blinking cyelius, uouuie vision aim crooked eyee. GLASSES CAREFULLY AND PERFECTLY FITTED. CHENEY, - , fl J r I ( Ti Tp H ironi - "I tia - suit all oases rane ni " bleeorn. with its beuuti1"' t; Cash Prices, 1 0 S3 mai i: a may ie ire gas. "rued on ti Open ' kee tn. CLOSING OUT! AND GETTING BEADY FOB MOKE. We expect to have our new store in 12 Overcoats for 10 Overcoats for and cheaper at same rate. Wo have a few Ulstors left which we will sell in the same proportion. Suits all marked down and we have a good line for you to pick from. A few Fur Coats will bo closed out cheap. If in want of any goods in our lino give us a call and wo will save you some money. O. M. WATERMAN, Morrisville, Vt. LOW PRICES FURNITURE, Wall Paper, Paints Organs, Violins , Accordions, Harmonicas, &c, Pure Drugs CThanking the people of Lamoille County for their liberal patronace of the past year, I wish to say that I will continue to sell all goods in my line at the lowest cash nrires. SatUfartinn P,ii3r!intiirl fV,Tr. .v.- 1 "piBV E. 0. ?"lfent cleacrr COivl. Do You Want a Stove? If so I w ould be much pleased to have you call and look my large stock over and get mv prices before vou decide to rurchs. n tr,.ni,i goods or quote prices. My stock consists of nothing but llrst-class stoves and every one fully warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Can show you the Ful ler & Warren Co's Hanges and Cooks, JJussey AJcLeod's (iold Coin in llanges. Cooks and Wood Heaters and the well known and old reliable 8TEWAKT in all sizes, also several other makes. Call and see them and get our prices. Full assortment Box Stoves, $3.00 to $3.00. Stove repairs kept and got to order for nnv kind of a stove made. Call and leave vour orders. I make & t urnaces. Steam and Hot water heating I solicit enquires. I solicit vour orders for anvthinir In tlm tin li work at the lowest possible living prices. Mr. Galley will do your repairing and job work in a neat workmanlike manner. I have a complete assortment of tin-ware of every description of our own make. I quote vou a LARUE AO. TIN BOILER, COl'l'EH BOTTOM, WITH COVER, FOR $1.00 Lly Mill is ia Runningr Order cad will rua Every Tuesday For Custon "Work. My stock of Meal, Feed, Middlings. P. ran. Cotton Seed Meal, Linseed Meal, Corn and Oats is complete and at lowest market prices. Our Old Reliable City Pastry, All Old Wheat, At $5.50. Now is the time to hny your winter Block. A. nice, A. I f amy Hour t .oo. livery Imm-l warruiiletl. I vou want any thiiif; in the line of Men's. Urtvm', Vouth's or f 'ItiMrrn' Hoots, JShoes, Itubbera or Levins Y if so I can probably show you a larger as sortment than you can lind elsewhere and prices that defy competition. Do you use any groceries ? I keep the business. Rice Raisins. Tea 2-5c. 40c and Wheat, Graham, Granulated Corn Meal, Rye Meal. Brown Bread Flour, Soda. Cream of Tarter, 1'epper Cloves, 1'imento, Mustard, Cassia. Royal Baking Powder, Canned Peaches, Pears, iieans Corn, Toumtoes and Salmon, Sardines, Pork Lard, Codfjsh, Salmon and one or two other things. Do vou want an axe V If so vou hemlock knots or anything else, any fault with it you can return and exchange for a new one. Dunn Edge Tool Co.'s best Axes only 7.5 cents. Hurd's Razor Blades only $1.00. Full line Helves, 15, i.0, 155 and 80 cents each. Disston'a Hollow Back Cross-cut Saws with patent bandies, only $1.60. I buy and pay cash for Oats, Corn. Beans. Jtye. Maple Sugar. Hem lock Bark, and Eggs. .Eggs 155 cents a X want 1000 bushels aice pay highest market price, spot Respectfully Yours, H. N. GRAY, and Clearance Boston Cash Store In February we expect to move to new and commodious quarters in the r cently constructed liandull building, where, with increased facilities we can very much better serve our numerous patrons lYevious to which, in order to reduce our sock to the lowest possible liguie, we shall oiler SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS in all departments, and feel It will be to your interest to r1v ns a eall and se cure some of the many bargains we shall oiler. For insUuee, w have marked down our 50 and 00c double width all wool COLORED DRESS GOODS. Twentv-Cve different stvles and shadoa, your choice at 8!) cts. per yard. 40 inch India Twills, Cashmeres, and Henriettas, worth from 80 cts. to $1.00, down to (i'J cents. BLACK DRESS GOODS. We have a splendid liue and shall make special prices the nexl thirty tiay. We have put all our T and 8c Flints on the five cent counter. Ladies and Children's Footwear. As we intend to put in our new store an entirety different line of Ladi Mis ses', and Children's footwear, from what we have heretofore kept, we have marked all our f 2.( 0. $2.2.5, and fi50 ladies' line button and lace Units, C. 1. and E. width, at $1.7.5 per pair. As we warrant these goods to give satisfaction you will see at once thi.s t th one chance in a life time. Cut prices in hieU grade goods. We have left quite a number of Plush garments and Fur Trinuw! jackfts (sizes broken) will close them out without regard to cost. S.m reduction in underwear, shawls, hosiery &c. Kememher this Unusual induction is simply to close ot before removal. Saving a dollar is as good as earning one. CURRIER'S, Morrisville. Union MutualJicoJ.suranco Company r is," h "... - i, 1 i k Ait. IVIONXFELIER, VERMONT. Stock and Mutual Insurance written at current rates. Losses promptly and equitably settled." II. M. McFARLAND, Agent, Hyde Park, Vermont. the first of February crivo liberal discount s for $12. 10. 8. CONTINUED ON and Oils, Pianos and and Medicines. .............. aim an inc. -BTILSOIT, UorrisYillo, Vt. a full line of everything pertaining to and 50c. Coffee. Out Meal. Rolled O.its can buy one at $1.2.5, guaranteed atrainst dozen. Oats at oace, for "which. Z trill cash, first come first served.. Cambridge, Vt. Sale! Currier 1 nished by Elmore iu.i The dancing will take place at the