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MORRISVILLE and HYDE PARK,
Thursday. February 25,1892.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
VV anted! A general servant Rirl in a fam
ily of two man anil wife. 1'erson must be a
good cook, willing and capable, and to gueh
have a good place. House is new with
modern improvements and just the place a
K Oil girl is looking for. Address quickly,
stating wages expected and references.
Mrs. Horace C: Pease,
Hartford, Vt.
Notice -1 would respectfully say to the pub
lic that the JGnst mill is running now and
will do grinding in first-class shape and satis
faction guaranteed.
Geo. A. Brown, Miller, Cady s Falls, Vt.
Farm to Rent. The so-called Thorp farm
in the western part of Morristown will be ren
ted to a good tenant on favorable terms.
Possession after March 1st. Apply to
Geo. M. Powers, Morrisville.
About Feb. 25 I expect to be moved into
my new store and prepared to meet my cus
tomers with a full Hue of new goods, both in
ladies , Misses, children's, gent's and vouth's
footwear. My goods are all the latest pro
ductions of the factories. Tall and see them.
,,, E. D. Ei.dked
The Randall block, Morrisville.
We shall offer some special bargains the re
mainder of this month. Frst come, first
served. Remember the place. Mrs. C. S.
Wilder's variety store, 17 Main St., Morris
ville. There is a big difference whether you get
stale crackers that have been made for weeks
and set around in old dirty freight depots, or
whether you get them fresh from the oven
every day. The people of Lamoille, are find
ing out thedifferen.ee; consequently, H. Waite
has retailed 50 barrels of crackers and Vt.
Creams, since Jan. 1st. Why not patronize
home industry? and at the same time get
better goods for the same money.
H. Waite, Morrisville.
W. P. Bailey, proprietor of Brick hotel in
J Stowe, thinks those Vt. Creams are very fine.
LOCAL NEWS.
MORRISVILLE.
Mrs. M. P. Bell came to town Mon
day evening.
Currier has the new standard cash
drawer in his store.
,. A. O. Spaulding of Barnard is visit
ing relatives in town.
j Mr. Lewis Gates had a slight shock
' last Saturday morning.
B. W. Wilcox's new dry goods store
on Portland St., opens March 1st.
Ilenry Atehinson is bragging about
a nine pound girl, born last week.
Rev. Mr. Fisk preached a veryprac
, tical sermon Sunday morning from
the text Heb. Ill 15.
? Mr. Zimmerman, son-in-law of Rev.
Mr. Fisk, is thought to be slightly
improved in health.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Relief Corps occurs on Saturday eve
ning, Feb. 27, at 7 oVlock.
A large party of young people were
tha guests of Miss Agnes Woodward
on Friday evening, spending a de
lightful evening.
.Special communication of Mt Ver
non Lodge No. 8, A. F. and A. M., on
Friday evening, Feb. 2G. Work on
the F. C. degree.
At the next regular meeting of the
Republican club the school law and
its application in its various phases
will be discussed.
Things are lively to-day around
Currier's new store, lie is getting
things into shape and will be ready
for business Thursday.
Will Slavton has completed his.
work in H. A. Slayton's grain store
and ofhee. It is hoped that ill may
decide to remain in town.
Green & Powers will move their re
tail business into Miss West's store,
where mav be found always a large
variety of bread, cake, etc.
Mrs. J. II. Barnes left to-day with
her daughter, Mrs. Shunn, for Chat
tanooga, Tenn., where she will here
after reside with her daughter.
Another of the Brookfield service
series was given at the Cong'l church
on Sunday evening, furnishing a very
interesting and profitable evening's
service.
As has been previously announced,
Col. Sanford will give a lecture at the
Town Hall March 5th. Owing to
pres of work, he will speak on that
evening only.
The Universalist Sewing Circle will
meet with Mrs. A. 0. Gates on Thurs
day afternoon of this week. The usu
al picnic supper will be served. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
The tile floor in the hotel office was
put down last week and this. It
sets off the room in fine shape. The
iron ceilincr will be put up at once
which will about complete the office.
E. D. Eldred has just returned from
the shoe factories of Boston and vi
cinity where she has purchased the
finest and most select stock ot shoes
ever hrnusrht to this county. See
business notice.
Rev. II. L. Bailey and wife, late
missionaries to India, now settled at
Middletown Springs, are visitiner with
ti. W. Dotv and family. Mr. rsauey
will preach at the Congregational
church next Sunday morning.
The idea of forming a board of
Triwlo t.n pnrniirasre the locating of
mnnnfanturinr industries here, as
suggested last week, seems to be fa-
vorab v viewed. Any one naviug uu
idea in connection with the carrying
out of such a project let tliem speaK
out.
Our townsman, A. O. Gates has the
compliment of a re-appointment as
Department Inspector, Vt., G. A. II.
tk i-nnnnintment . coming as it
nectedlv from Depart
ment Commander Hugh Ilenry, indi
cates the popularity with the Doys
at home and abroad.
Twentyrfive persons went down to
Jeffersonville on Friday eveninar last
and report a very enjoyable time
there, where they were very cordially
received. The work of oar musical
and literary talent seemed to be well
received. The Morrisville train was
held to bring the party back.
TWs.lar at ten o'clock the
innnal town meeting will open. Per
haps no more than the ordinary in
oreat it rine-taken incoming eventi
K.,t matters look slishtly squally
The town reports will be Rufc d
eypry voter Jock it qyer carefully,
give credit where he can and criticism
onlv where be must.
A new and very handsome " great
oi r i.a institution" has been re-
Hcai l , -
lw used upon all future at
plomas granted graduates of People's
Academy and Graded School, which
.toi.iiai.l in 1847. Any graa
f the tin st who may wish the
seal attached to their diplomas may
snd them to Prof. IJebee.
11 v understood that Rev
Mr. Douglass will be returned here
aMiiop vpnr's Tiastorate. lie is
busily engaged in raising funds for
u i...,i.i;., -,f n nownnrflonace. 1 he
lt-. ot th rnmpr of Summer c-t. anu
Harrison Ave., is paid for and more
than half enough money pledged to
erpct the proposed parsonage.
Mr. and xMrs. A. O. Gates, as host
and hostess, arealwaysasuccess.ana
one Ms thoroughly at home frorn
i, a- so- tIibit- home was filled on
Llin OKU u. '" ill 4-ta
Sii rn"r'drt v evening where was held trie
fourth of a series of popular musical
.ru.it.ia that hive been held tnia wm
ter, and participated in by the must
cal talent of tne tunereuu
A sugar party was given the stu
dents of the Academy and younf
people of the village at the town hall
uA.iQ onimr hv Mr. and Mrs
F. B. Livingston, in honor of their
A bout a nunuri
were present and a most enjoyable
time experienced. " Sweetest loys in
deed, sugar makers know,"' was fully
realized by all.
Fred C. Page and John C. Moro-an
enter the medical department of the
U. V. M. this week. Both are highly
esteemed youns men and all wish
them abundant success. Both are
graduates of our Academy and both
entered the U. V. M., the latter grad
uating but the former leaving college
to engage in the drug business, sub
sequently graduating at the Boston
school of pharmacy.
Fred Livingstone is hoping to again
make a market for the maple sugar
product of this vicinity. With as
good a sugar season as last year,
this will mean a large amount of
ready money in the farmer's pockets.
With no settled home for the work,
with room large enough to do all the
work at one place, Mr. Livingstone
will not be able to handle as much as
he otherwise could. He handled twen
ty thousand gallons of last year's
crop.
There is to be an entertainment at
the town hall Friday night under the
auspices of the Ladies Aid and Ep
worth League societies, consisting of
an oyster supper, social visit and
lecture, as Rev. Mr. Fisk has very
kindiy consented to deliver his very
popular lecture on, "The Cost of a
Boy," that has been so highly com
mended through the press. No pains
are being spared on the part of com
mittees connected with the entertain
meut to make it the grandest success
of the season. Supper will be served
from 5 p. m., until all are fed. Lect
ure at 8 o'clock. Admission to lect
ure, 10 cents. Lecture and supper,
53 cents. Avails of the same for the
M. E. parsonage building fund.
An Evening with Holmes.
The town hall filled to over-flowing
on Tuesday evening, testified to the
interest our people have in theacade
my and its students. The evening
with Oliver Wendell Holmes, as par
ticipated in by the junior members,
marked the close of the winter term
of school and the end of twenty-four
of the thirty-six weeks of the school
year. The numbers upon the pro
gram including one song by chorus,
were all selected from Holmes' works,
and the large audienca was furnished
a very enjoyable evening's entertain
ment; two selections by the full
chorus, with Prof. Whipple as organ
ist and director; a finely rendered
solo by Miss IlaNiles, a double Quar
tett and a selection by the Keogynist
Quartett, which was giyen an encore,
made up the musical part of the pro
gram. The winter work has been
very successful in all departments,
with an unusual attendance. After
two weeks vacation the spring terra
will begin on Wednesday, Mar. 9th.
The program of the entertainment
was as follows :
cHonrB.
Declamation The Boys. Harry H. Hardy
Recitation The Steamboat.
Edna I. Smalley
Declamation Genius and Churacter.
Burt G. Skinner
BEAUTIFUL DREAMS. DOUBLE QUARTET.
Recitation The Pilgrim's Vision.
Bertie L. Bennett
Declamation Bill and Joe. Frank M. Peck
Essay A Sketch of the Poet's Life.
Gcssie Dunham
solo. ila m. niles.
Declamation The September Gale.
Glenn C. Gould
Selections Bernice G. Tewksbitry
Declamation The Old Player.
Fred M. Parker
FOUR MAIDENS ARE WE. THE NEOGYN1BT
QUARTET.
Recitation How the Old Horse Won the Bet.
Lea E. Mears
Recitation The Voyage of the Good
Ship Union. Josephine M. Slayton
chorus.
The Lecture Association
Below is given a summary of the
financial work done by the Lecture
Association during the five seasons
it has been running. Total amount
received $2157.99; have paid out for
talent 1720.0; for other expen
ses $ 285.06, leaving in the hands of
the treasurer $ 241. Jd :
I think it safe to say that the entertain
ments given have been a source of pleasure
and profit to every one who nas attenaea
them, and no one would like the idea of their
being discontinued, lhey nave Deen tne
means of improving the character of amuse
ments in our village. Before the organiza
tion of the association it was difficult to get
fair sized audience to attend a lecture: a
concert would attract a large house, but a
minstrel would would draw a crowd; that
this is changed now is plaiuly seen. While
we may thank each other for the. united in
terest that has made it possible to hear these
courses, much credit is due to a few, through
whose untiring effort and self-denial, at times
it has been possible to reach the very satis
factory conclusion as is above much appar
ent. It must be the wish ot an wno attenaea
the Bourses thus far, that the association now
made a branch of the work of the Library
Association be s. stained, and as has been
the rule in the past, each new course better
than the one proceeding, make earn one in
the future a little better than the one before.
So may we each one stand by and help all we
can to keeD our lecture course. Everi'thing
eoes to indicate a more successful course
another season, tnun any we nave naa tnus
far. As a means of social enjoyment, what
can be better? As un educator, who can es
timate the amount of good they have done,
and will do? iota auditor.
HYDE PARK.
Gov. Page is in New York and Bos
ton the present week.
A. J. Blanehard anu his men are
filling the creamery ice houses.
The entertainment by Miss Emma
Wetherell, the elocutionist, Monday
and Tuesday evenings, drew good
audiences. All were well pleased.
II. L. Fairbanks has completed his
school at rerkinsville. As usual
"Herbert" has given excellent satis
faction, and leaves many friends in
that district.
The total amount paid out for the
poor trie past year is iuj.",
airainst o4G,14 the year previous.
The overseer, however, has had more
business this year.
School commences next Monday.
It is expected that there will ue
classes formed beginning physical
geography, history and geography of
V ermont, ana aigeora.
Bernie, the eight-year-old son of
Alvah Jones, died last Wednesday.
The funeral was held at the house on
Friday afternoon, Bev. L. layior
officiating. The remains were taken
to the Hooper cemetery for burial.
Trip mail train was delayed 2
hours Monday morning at Johnson.
The acpident; it Waluen knocked the
wires endways ana nanny woum uuti
leave Johnson until orders came,
which had to ue seni arouuu vm
White River Junction.
Attendants at church last Sunday
had the pleasure ot hearing some
very fine music by Messrs. V. II.
Crane and T. H. Page, who accom-
inied the choir with nute anu cor
net It is hopea iuai lihb aumuuu
to the already excellent choir will be
permanent.
An interesting meeting oi me ive
publicans of this town was held last
Saturday evening. The organization
of the club was completed and a gen
eral talk on political matters fol
i..,,i Tho Huh intends to hold fre-
mutt infra notice of Which Will
be e-iven through these columns.
t Mr Tavlor will preach next
Snn.lav morning on "Job." People
freDerally wonder how this character,
: v,r. rr,(Ut of all his afflictions and
misfortunes maintained such remark-
ol.ioTintipnce. and prooamy many win
avail themselves of the opportunity
of hearing a sermon concerning mm
vv-oMr. TJricham and H. M. McFar-
land attended the funeral of the for
mer's brother, tfrauiey, at
i,i lt Thursday. The St. Albans
n for nf Mnndav savs : Brad
lov Briirham, of Bakersfield, one qf
x.-7- ,.i.i;rt inhabitants of that place,
Lilt? uiucu . , 7 I . 1 . ; i,T J
died on Tuesday of lnt week, and
1.1. u,,;0A the, Thursday following.
,oW the sad intelligence is received
ot the death of his wife which oc
curred on Saturday. Her funeral will
occur Tuesday."
The profit to the town from the
sale of liquor the past year is $397.
41. The report made last year,
which covered a period of about 14
months showed a profit of $969.48.
It will be seen that the profits for the
year just closed are much less pro
portionately, notwithstanding the
grip. But then it is said that this
town does not patronize its own
agency as exclusively as some other
towns do.
The athletic portion of the board
ers at the Hotel Phoenix have invest
ed in a set of boxing gloves and fre
quently indulge in the Sullivanistic
art. The station agent and the dom
inee have had one or two bouts, in
which it is said the s. a. was knocked
out. The'landlord threatens, if this
artificial means of increasing appetite
is continued, to raise the price of
board, as he thinks these young men
already have sufficient appetite with
out resorting to this sort of exercise.
THE COMING TOWN MEETING.
The interest in town matt9rs has
livened up considerably since our last
issue. All sorts of rumors are prev
alent and '.'there is blood on the
moon." The indications point to a
lively tussel regarding several of the
offices, particularly Selectmen. The
opponents of Mr. Strong, chairman
of the board, say there must be a
change, and the most prominent
cause they set forth is that last year,
after the town had voted to return
to the old system of highway survey
ors, he urged she rest of the board to
appoint but three, instead of one for
every district, thereby practically
continuing the road commissioner
system. For this reason they say
he must go. On the other hand there
are those who say Mr. Strong has
served the town faithfully, that he
has always had the best interests of
the town at heart and that the oc
casion demands his retention on the
board. When asked recently if he
was a candidate Mr. Strong said that
he "never was a candidate, that he
was not a seeker for office." Yet we
think that if the town should again
elect him he would not refuse to
serve. It is said that the name of W.
G. Bassett will be presented for the
position. If he could be prevailed
upon to take the office there is no
doubt that he would prove a most
excellent official. No. Hyde Park
was not satisfied with being left with
out a member of the board last year,
and it is said that they will insist
upon one this year. Amongthenames
suggested we hear those of George
Allen and Jos. Foss. If the people in
that part of the town wish either of
these men, or any other good man, we
do not think the rest of the town will
object. The other member will prob
ably be from the east end. Town
Clerk Wood has given general satis
faction and will have no opposition.
We think the same is true regarding
Treasurer Strong, although there
are some who think that F. It. Child
was removed last year " witnout just
cause or provocation," and they
would not object to having him re
instated. For Collector, Capt. Waite
appears to have no opposition. We
do not know as he desires a re-election,
but we do know he is ever ready
to "go where duty calls," and if the
call should be again extended to him
he would not turn a deaf ear to it.
For Overseer of the Poor, II. C. Lan
pher will again be honored with the
position. For Listers, in addition
to the present members, the names
of C II. Bliss, E. G. Sherwin, H. D.
W. Doty an C. B. Swift are men
tioned. If there is to be a change
any of these men would be found
fully competent. Judge Page, who
has for many years acted as the cus
todian of the Surplus Fund, will de
cline a re-election. As this is one of
the most important trusts in the
town great care should be taken in
the selection of the official. The best
man available should be given charge
of this fund. We have heard but lit
tle concerning the various other of
fices, but undoubtedly from now on
there .will be many "suggestions"
made for all of the offices on the list.
Every tax-payer should endeavor to
be present at the meeting next Tues
day. It is the tax-payer who has to
foot the bills incurred by the public
servants, and if an officer has been
derelict in his duties, he should be re
tired. On the other hand if an offi
cial has been tried and found true
and faithful, if he can be prevailed
unon to continue in office he should
be kept there. Come out to the
meeting and exercise your duty as a
citizen.
centerville.
School closed Friday.
Rev. E. W. West and wife have returned to
their home in Lincoln.
Evelyn Whitcomb from Morrisville called
on friends in this place the past week.
The young people had a candy pull up to
Bert Bachum's last Thursday evening. A
good time was enjoyed by all.
Orinda Calkins, wife of William Calkins,
whose death we noted last week, was born in
tba town ofHcnnickcr, Hillsborough, N H.,
in the year 1808 and came to this town
when a young women. She was married to
William C. Calkins in 1835, since which time
she has made it her home in Hyde Park. She
was a kind and dutiful wife and companion, a
loving mother, always watching over the in
terest of her family, kind and generous to all.
She leaves a husband and three children to
mourn her loss. She was an exemplary chirs
tian, attending to her religious duties upon
all occasions, making home plensant by her
presence of sunshine and is missed by her
relatives and friends and all mourn her loss.
RIVERSIDE.
William Crowell lost a valuable cow a few
days ago.
Ella Heath of Hardwick has been visiting
at B. M. Currier's for a few days.
Those that have heen on the sick liut for
same time are all improving at this writing.
Mrs. Fhilura Jones has Bold her place to
Peter Agan and he takes possession in the
the spring.
Miss Evelyn Whitcomb, who has been vi
iting her friends for two weeks, has returned
to Morrisville.
EDEN.
The log-men are very Jiusy at present.
Snow rollers come in play well, since we
have so much of the beautiful snow.
The heavy snows bring water on the ice
and it is not as good traveling as it, is many
times.
La Grippe is quiet for the time hut all who
have had it complain of a weakness which
tbey haev never before known.
Mrs. Mary King of Morrisville was present
at the funeral ofS. Carpenter and is making
a flying visit in fden and Lowell.
We wish to say the lines written last week
on the death of Gren Chase, were written by
Mrs. r. T. llenio, instead ol Mrs. Wescom, as
stated last week.
Mrs. M. M. Mason of Hyde Park was pres
ent at the funeral and is stopping a few days
with Mrs. Carpenter. Neighbors and friends
were all very kind during Mr. Carpenters
sickness and Ueatn.
Mrs. Frank Morgan came in from out of
doors, stepped up on a chairto reach up to a
hiith shelf back of the stove ana having snow
on her shoes her foot slipped and she fell
onto the hot stove burning her right arm
fearfully besides injuring her otherwise.
MORRISTOWN.
Enos Hill spent Sunday with his parents.
Mr. Cole has moved from the Falls to Mor
risville. Horace Day will move to his farm iu Hyde
Park this week.
Farmers are drawing thejr potatoes to the
car now for 510 cents' a Dushel.
Albert Terrill has a large amount of wood
sawed for market next winter.
Thomas Bettis has been painting and fixing
his house, and getting it ready to live in.
Mr. Smith has purchased a new horse-power
for sawing his wood and cutting ensilege.
The Alden Darling farm, sugar and dairy
tools and some farm tools are sold to .evi
Gile for 11700.
Willard Douglass recently drawed from off
the mountain to the Billing's mill, uselng a
part of the way from one to four runner
chains, 1545 feet of logs.
STERHNCj.
A child of Warner Cole's Is quite sick.
The Corse children who have been sick with
cankerash are convalescent.
JOHNSON.
I. Jj. Tearl was in Northfield last week on
business.
Mr. Ahira Leach was a victim of the grip
last week.
MissAchsa Allen spent the sabbath at H.
W. Stevens.
Remember it is town meeting next Tuesday
March, 1st.
S. A. Andrews of Vergennes, spent Satur
day in town.
There are over one hundred students at the
Normal this term.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Newton are visiting
friends in fieorgia.
Mary Hill has finished her school in Wol
cott, and is at home.
Mr. Boyce, one of the Normal graduates,
was in town over Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Newton attended the preachers
meeting at Bakersfield last week.
M J. H. Burnham is spending a few days
at her former home in Montgomery,
Rev. Mr. Saunders gives the children a five
minutes talk every Sunday morning.
Albin Demeritt lost a valuable horse last
week while logging on the mountain.
Bible classes are held at the Normal Hall
every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
George Smith is disposing of his 1000 cords
of stove wood at local and R. R. points.
Nelson Lafrear has moved into the house
lately vacated by Mr. Drinkwine's people.
Maud Story is spending a few days in Ver
gennes with her aunt, Mrs. S. A. Andrews.
Dr. Campbell and a number of the students
attended Miss Gray's funeral at Highgate.
George Mills, who is engaged to work in
Fletcher, was in town a few days lust week.
Mr. Gray's people from Sheffield, are occu
pying a part of of X. A. MeFarland's house.
Jennie Baker has finished her school at
Island Pond, and is at home for the present.
The reading by Miss Wetlieral last Friday
evening was enjoyed and appreciated by all.
The Sons of Veteruns will give an entertain,
ment at Normal Hall Friday evening, Feb
2(5. Rev, A. A. Smith was called to town again
last week, to attend the funeral service of
Mrs. Hill.
Geonre Partlow spent the Sabbath in
Georgia with his wife, who is caring for her
sick mother.
Nellie Dodge is taking a vacation from her
work in Littleton, N. H , and is spending the
time at home.
Mrs. Waite, sister of the doctor, who has
been stopping some time with him returned
to her home last week.
Mrs. Stone of MorriBville, was in town
Wednesday collecting funds to aid the W. C.
T. U. in their state work.
A petition is extensively circulated and
generally signed, to make Johnson instead of
Hyde Park, the terminus of the Troy stage
line.
Last Sunday evening at the Congregation
al church their C. E. society was organized,
making some changes. They are an auxiliary
to the United Society.
The death of Mrs. Hannah Hill removes a
conspicuous figure from the small number of
octogenarians in town. Services were held
both at Johnson and Bakersfield ; at the lat
ter place was the interment.
ELMORE.
Mr. Allen has rented the Stevens farm.
Miss Carrie Shaw is inBarrevisitingfriends.
Mrs. Preston Peake is in Barre caring for a
sick grandchild.
Mrs. Hamlett of Westfield, is visiting her
brother, Ed. Peo.
BriggB Perry, who has lived upon the
Henry Vigeant place the past year, has rent
ed and moved to the Scott farm.
Miss Rossieaud Lucius Noyes of HydePark,
are at their grandfather's, Hon. A. M. Kelly,
where they are to Btay through the season.
School closes at the pond this week. The
teacher and scholars are preparing dialogues
and declamatory exercises for a closing en
tertainment on Friday. Everybody invited.
Let there be a good audience to gratify the
teacher and please the scholars.
Will our citizens kindly report all matters
of interest to the correspondent ? Ttiis will
be helpful all around; to the correspondent,
paper aiid to the community. Let us make
the Elmore local news as complete as possi
ble. JEFFERSONVILLE.
Mrs. Dodge is again quite sick.
Mrs. Whitcomb is still very low.
Lawson Reynolds died on Monday of last
week from effects of the grip.
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Oakes have gom to New
York, for a three weeks vacation.
Alex Lang lost a valuable horse last week
from the effects of getting cast in the stable.
Fred Plumber intends moving his mother
into the house ne bought of Laura Burnham.
Mr. LaVaigne is moving back to this place.
and report says will again open the "Cottage
House," where he kept hotel previous to his
en vine:.
The Christian Endeavor Society will give
an entertainment on Saturday evening, Feb.
27, at the brick church, which will consist of
readings, songs and taDleaus, irom i.ong
lellow's poems. There will be solos, duets,
quartettsandchoruses. Thestory of Evancre
line will be simplified and read by Cora Davis;
and the tableau, " Evangeline, English
Soldiers and exiles. The Indian Maiden and
the Death Scene of Gabriel, will beshown with
proper lights. The Christian Endeavor
societies from adjoining towns are especially
invited to be present. All are coraialiy mvit
ed. Immediately after the exercises an
Orange-tea will be served, consisting of honey
and french rolls together with cake and cof
fee and oranges. Table and waiters caps will
be decorated with oranges. After supper the
band will play for a promenade. Supper 20
cents.
The concert given by the young men's club
on Friday evening was in everyway a success.
And with us, as in so many other small
places, it is a step in the right direction; a
leaving behind the trivial and lightentertain
ments and taking something which feeds the
mind and makes the soul better. The pro
gramme was well rendered by our Morrisville
friends. Miss Holmes, having a true interest
in the healthy influence of this, her village,
gave her efforts to make the evening's enter
tainment a success. The Young Ladies'
Quartette, sang very sweetly, their selections
were good and very well rendered. Miss Ila
Niles has a good voice and manner, and was
truly appreciated in her selection, "Rizpah."
Mr. Gates has a rich voice, and in his selec
tions it found a freedom both rich and power
ful. The MisseB Rublee and Slayton, wcrecn
cored and listened to with much pleasure.
Misses Fisk and Rublee at the piano, gave us
an idea of what good execution is. Ana Miss
Holmes, as nceoinpanyist, was appreciated
both by those she accompanied and by her
many friends here. We hope this is the be
ginning of other interesting and profitable
evenings thus spenl. The young meirB club
realized much help financially.- About twen
ty of the Morrisville friends came down. Mr.
and Mrs. Cheney, George Clark, Mrs. Rublee,
Miss Carrie Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Slayton and
several others. After the concert, a supper
waB served to about seventy-five persons. A
special train took the visitors to their home
after the concert.
CAMBRIDGE.
Mrs. Havens is out of town for the week.
Mrs.W, J. Poore is in town for a few days.
Carroll Reynolds is moving on to theChas
Powell farm.
E. J. Gallup is moving into the Armstrong
house on Main street.
Mrs. A. Bellows and daughter are going to
Swanton to live.
Mr. Oakman of Burlington, was in town
Tuesday tuning pianos.
Several couples attended the dance at
Alfred's rink Monday night.
Nelson Oslen is soon to move to the Swe
dish settlement in Connecticut.
Several from this place attended the oys
ter supper at Fletcher, Friduy eve.
W. M. Scott hr,8 returned from Philadel
phia where he has beenformedical treatment
Miss Korhleer Stinson and Sadie Grow of
Westford have opened a dressmakers shop at
that place.
C. A. Weston was in Hyde Park Monday.
His brother Eddie will attend school there
this spring.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Luce of Waterbury are
stopping with their parents, Mr. nud Mrs. B.
a .llinwood.
The exhibition given by the school Friday
evening passed on very pleasantly, espcciuiii
the military drill by the girls.
The Johnson Camp of Sons of Veterans
were entertnined by Phil. Sheridan Camp of
this place Tuesday eve; come again, boys.
Next Thursday evenine Miss Emma Weth
erell will give a reading in the parlors of the
Cong'l church. Those who heard her at Hyde
Park Monday eve, say that she is master of
her profession.
WATER VILLE.
J. V. Stearns was in Burlington the past
week.
Delvis Howard and Mrs. Peters were visit
ing in town the. (ast week.
George Buo of Montgomery was guest of
George Mann the past week.
Jed White and wife of Cambridge ere the
guests ot his father over Sunday.
K. F. Brown and sister, Louisa of Math
euin,Mass., and Charles Brown of Muskegon,
Michigan, were in town the past week on ac
count of the sickness and the death of their
father, S. H. Brown, which occurred on the
18th, after an illness of qnly a few days aged
7H .years. The funeral was largely attended
at kip late residence on Sunday. Services by
P,ev. V. W. Oakes.
EAST HARDWICK.
There was a donation attUeBuptist par
son age I rid ay eve.
Mrs. Goss. mother of Mrs. John Hancock
died at John Hancock's last week. She wus
la years old.
The village school closed Friday with an
exhibition Thursday eve which was well at
tended and the parts well carried out.
BELV1DERE
Sel.etman Colburn is inproving and is
able to be out.
William Tracv has rented his farm to I. N.
Hunter and moved to Johnson.
A, G. Chandler, is drawing the timber for
the Advent church to be erected at the Cen
tre the coming spring.
The auditors will meet, fit the town clerk's
office February 27th, at ! o'clock a. in., to
look over the town affairs.
There were four uiarriages, eight births,
ami fifteen deaths in town last year, accord
ing to the records of the various district
clerks.
Homer Schoolcraft, who has been ailing
for the past year or more, died at the home
of his sister. Mrs. Aster's in Eden, the 20th,
anil his body was brought here on Monday
for burial.
George Montgomery of Hyde Park has ren
ted the Corner farm, so-called, of I. F. Dean.
Mr. A. P. Brown who has occupied the farm
the past four years, will move into the old
Wescom Hotel Stand. Look out for some
shindigs in the near future..
STOWE.
James Morrison is not expected to live but
a few days.
Water is very low in the streams and short
for milling purposes.
Mrs. Camp at this writing, is very low and
is gradually failing.
Sugar makers are already preparing for
their spring harvest.
Mrs. Atherton of Burlington, is with her
sister, Mrs. George Robinson.
Mrs. George Robinson recently better with
lung fever, is now worse with a relapse.
The -woods are fast being cleard of lumber,
with a more limited supply in the mill jards
then usual.
The difference between the snow roller and
plow is apparent by contrasting the roads in
rstowe with those in Waterbury.
A spring term of eight weeks of Stowe high
school under, the instruction of a son of Rev.
Mr. Booth closed on Monday, the 2'Jth.
Please do not forget that for 15 cents you
can have on Tuesdny, one of those popular
and substantial dinners at the Methodist
church.
A jolly party, consisting oi Mr. Slayton, N.
Wilkins, Mr. Bailey and Franks Pp, spent
Saturday, Sunday and Monday ut Russell's
logging camp near the notch.
Dr. Church last Friday evening was called
to go to Elmore, Billings mill, Waterbury
Center and South Hollow. These calls were
additional to (50 miles riding lie had done
during the day. The Doctor's pia;tice gives
five horses plenty of exercise.
The friends of Rev. Mr. and Mis. Emery
will give them a donation at the vestry of the
M. church on t riday evening, March 4th.
An entertainment suited to t'.ie occasion
will be improvised. An invitation to nil is
extended.
.
WOLCOTT.
Mrs. J. T. Hubbell is ill.
Mrs. Mann is gaining slowly.
Mrs. Climena Hubbell is confined to her bed
with the grip.
C. E. Haskell is getting lumber ready to
build a grain store ot.the depot.
Mrs. Wood and daughter, spent a few days
last week with her sister, Mrs. Fife.
Rev. H. E. Reynolds, who has been holding
revival meetings at the M. E. church, return
ed to his home on Monday.
There will be a sociable, also the election of
officers ot the Universalist society at the
church Thursday evening, Feb. 25th. Let
all members be present.
DEATHS.
CARPENTEB In Eden, Feb. 16, 1892, Sil
vester Carpenter, aged 75 years, 2 months
and 4 days.
HILL. In Johnson, Feb. 10, 1892, Mrs.
Uannuh Hill, aged 84 years.
PATCH In Eden, Jan. 6. 1892, Asa Patch,
nged 70 years, 1 month, 14 days.
CROCKER At No. Hyde Park, Feb. 14, '92,
of congestion of the lungs. Artie A., wife of
Chnuncey Crocker, aged 54 years, 8 months
and 25 dajs.
Churchill,
r Vyj ggn hta23 GjM UsMuSits'
Morrisville.
W. H. Lanpher,
Dr. T. P.
Exclusive professional atten
tion to the Eye ; Especially scien
tific adjustment of Spectacles to
i i a
correct anomalous vision m its va
ried forms.
I will be at my office in Wolcott
the last half of each month. This
building and office is arranged spe
cially for the business with all
modern appliances and convenien
cies. Patrons can be assured of as
good attention here as in any of our
large cities.
All kinds of Optical Goods
respectfully solicited tn call and
thermometers.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Brown's Sarsaparilla, Dana's Sarsaparilh
Cumming's Sarsaparilla, Hood's Sarsaparilla,
GoUl Medal Sarsaparilla.
AT
HALL & CHENEY'S,
Brick Block, Cor. Main & Portland
Streets,
MORRISVILLE, VT.
Reasonable Prices. Fair Dealing.
Specialties Pure Drugs and Chemicals.
Sea! Itaiicl
Coffee.-
Java and Mocha j'ustly called " The Aristocratic Coffee of America.
This is the Coffee served in the Japanese Garden at the Pure Food Exhibition.
Always packed whole roasted (unground) in 2 lb. air-tight cans.
You can get free 24 beautiful photographs of Eastern Life. Address,
CHASE & SANBORN. Boston. Mass.
We sell only to trader
Cards of Thanks.
We wish to extend our sincere thanks to
our neighbors and friends who so kindly as
sisted us through the death and buriel of our
dear husband and father and also to the
singers, who came through the drifting snow,
may Heaven's richest blessing betheirs to en
joy, is the wish of Mrs. T. D. Lothrop.
Frank A. Lothrop,
Mrs. Hattie West,
Mrs. Inez Walker.
Johnson, Feb. 1, 1892.
We wish to express our gratitude to the
kind friends and neighbors who assisted ns
during the sickness, death and burial of our
beloved wife and mother; and also for the
sympathy shown us in our late bereavement,
and to the singers who so kind v rendered
their services.
('iiai ncey Crocker and Familv,
Mrs. Frank Lirrv.
No. Hyde Park, Feb. 22, 1S!12.
?" 81
hilll
PQWBEB
Absolutely Pure.
A cream of tartar baking powder
Highest of all in leavening strength
HI
S.
Latest U,
. uovernment rood tie
port.
GIRLS WANTED
BY THE
Neir Merrimack Glove Comp'y
To ron sewing machines on Glove Work.
Good wages and steady employment.
Address
n. C. DAVIS, Treas.,
JT. JI. O. Co., Warner, W.
II.
FARM TO RENT !
Pleasantly located on good road 1 mile
from school; Buildings in fair con
dition; Running water at house
and barn; Will summer and winter
eight cows and team.
NICE SUGAR ORCHARD
ot 400 trees with good sugar utensils.
None but those able to give good ref
erences need apply.
C. S. PAGE,
. Hyde Park, Vt
Drew, Cabot.
Hardwick.
HiiMiell
kept in stock. Farmers are
see my stock of maple sugar
orn
J. T.
March 1st,
1892.
GRAND
OF
Dry 0ood$, Boots and $lio&
A New and Complete Stock
in both lines, direct from
New York and Boston.
dT" Although a stranger to most of the citizens ot Mor
risville, we are not strangers to the business we represent;
and it is our intention to give the people of Morrisville and
neighboring towns
Good Goods, Large Assortment
to select f rom , and Prices
that are Might.
Onr Terms shall be Strictly Cash.. No books the
fundamental principle for a prosperous business, and the only
true way for the benefit of the whole community.
( Not as Represented, 1
All Goods Found 1 or Can,be Exchanged, or
1 m a. o i - . 1 Money Refunded.
i. Not Satisfactory, J
All will be cordially received and goods gladly shown. We simply ask your
inspection of our goods with the hope of pleasing you. Call and become ac
quainted with our stock, as well as ourselves.
B. W. WILCOX, Morrisville,
Currier is moving to-day.
He will be all ready for busi
ness Thursday in his new store
in the Hotel Randall.
3kei Here i
A FEW LADIES' GARMENTS
Left to be closed regardless of cost.
Overcoats, Suits
at Prices to sell them.
WINTER GOODS MUST GO.
Special sale on all these goods untilMar.15.
WELCH &
Farmers Attention !
This week we offer:
One car 12 and 16
ets, Sugar Pails with covers, 10, Z0,
30 and 50 lb. Butter and Sugar Tubs.
Lister s Fertilizer
ready for Delivery.
FEED FOR CASH !
Corn Meal, hundred lbs. 61.20, ton, 623.00
Cracked Corn, " 1.20,
Provender, " 1.20,
Whole Corn, per bushel,
Whole Oats,
Beans, per hundred lbs.
Good Flour at low prices.
Graham.
GROCERIES.
Best so cent Jap. Tea in town. Best 35 cent Coffee in town.
Five pounds California Loose Muscetelles, sweet
and fine flavored, Raisins, only 25 cents.
We have left only a few
Fur Coats, Robes and Blankets,
Don't you want them ?
fT fifPTrTTVTP1 Dont miss examinins before yu
wJjW 1 lillN U buy elsewhere. Come up to the
Corner Store and save money. Yours trulj".
C. E. Haskell, Wolcott.
AVE HIE WITH YOU
We have quite an amount of
Pianos and Organs!
Left over from the Holidays. We are going to sell them
LOWER THAN EVER,
to close them out.
BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS,
UvS mx V5 "Wcvm See, fi"0UT.TOOTO'$ .
XX. W. HAIX Manager.
OPENING
Inarch, 1st,
1892.
and Odd Pants
FARRINGTON,
Johnson, Vt.
quart Pine Sap Buck
has arrived and is now
23.00
23.00
.05
.50
1.10
Oat Meal and
E Mil REU1S
HEM
BUSS
o
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L. M. JONES
Having purchased the entire stock of
J. II, Iturnham is prepared to sell
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
Painters' Supplies,
Sash. Doors. Jtlinds, (ilass and (i lazed
Windows, (ilazing done to order.
Chairs, Lounges, Sec, Hepairei
and Upholster ci.
We are located in Bucks' store."
L M. JONES, JOHNSON, VT.
HILL'S GOLDEN DILI
The Great Healer for Human
Flesh and Domestio Animals.
It Is not clalned by tlie prnprlrtor that It In
a cure-all, but It will plv prompt n-lli-l and rur
the ailiiieutu It I. rt-ciiMiiin'ii'lfil (or, ami a a
general healing preparation tlier It Hone that
excel.
It heals Cntu, Wonndi, Sores,
Burns, Scratches, Quarter Cots,
Mud Fever, Calks, Corns, dec.
Three reaAti wlijr you should me Col
din Oil: Hrit, Hera use It Is a soothing prepar
ation and a true healer; Herond, It remove Ihn
Korenen at oner; Third, It Is the only aale,
quick and harmless remedy un the market.
For sale by Druggists.
TRRrARRD BT
HILL'S bOLDEN OIL CO,,
St. Armand, P. Q. and Franklin Vt.
PICTURE FRAMES.
Don't forget that I keep the largest
stock of MOULDINGS for Picture
Frames in the County. 1 have thirty-live
different styles on hand. Frames made
to order on short notice. Call and see
samples; also samples of Photos. He
member warrant my Potographs to
be as good as you can can get anywhere
in the State. Have your picture taken
now for if anything should happen to
you, your relatives would want a good
picture of you. Call on
32. S. Cutler, Vorrlsvlllo.
At 0. L. WOODS'
Just in, a nice line of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHS
in Chevoit. Surges and Fancy Worsteds'!
Husiness Suits from f 18 to 2. Dress
Suits from tSi to A tine line of
Pantings, both in checks and stripes
from o.50 to $8.50.
Give me a call as I know 1 can please
you. Repairing done. Am agent for
the No, tf Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
Machine.
Xo. li. Srlck Eloci. tforrlsvllli
l'KKIS FOOD will rt Horsed and Cattle In
tiood Condition when all other means fail and
PERFECTLY HftlMSS.
FOIt sale r-
H. A. Slayton & Co.
2orri3irillo, TTt.
MOKRIRVILLK, Vt., 1)CC. 8, IV0.
Fekl'h Food Co:
Gentlemen: I hare used your PeePs Fond
and I can recommend It to do all yon recom
mend tor It. It Is a very Kod thlUK and Toil can
use my name in any way you like. Uesnertfully,
QUESTIONS ASKED DAILY:
How ran I cure my horse's pinched, dry,
bard feet T
With MarrUaa'a Kac-H.ls
How can I cure contracted feet, mud lever or
quarter-crack t
W ilk n.rria Earllah Llalmatt.
Ilruised, sprained, cut. and used up
HORSES!
Repaired ly
Moimisoir's
EITC2LISII
X.X2TXMEXTT.
No stahle, farm or stock owner should !
without a bottle. For sale by driiKKlsts ot; med
icine dealers. Ask them to show it to you.
James W. Fostor Cs Co., Props.,
B ITII, II.
Connecticut General Lifo
Insurance Company.
The Connecticut (Jrnernl Lifolnsur-
ance company, Thomas A. HukwII,
president, is nnother of Hartford's
solid and proprowive corporations
which have made a Bteaily prowtn
during the year just cloned. ltn 27th
annual Btatemeut, published ia an
other column, indicates how health
ful this growth has Ixvn.
The cain in iihhHh durinj; 1801
amounted to lfl2S,()0() and a hand
some increase was made in the mini-
Iter of new policies written and iiIho
in the ntnoTint of insurance outstand
ing. Its assets now amount to
f 2,2:14, 000, of which $.-.00,000 is
surplus above all liabilities. The
high grade nnd character of these
assets will be apparent lv reference
to the statement, nnd if the com
pany is not of the largest, the secur
ity of its contracts is as good as tho
lHst. The statement should In? grat
ifying to its patrons, ns it not only
indicates abundant resources but
shows that the Connecticut (ieneral
Life is forging uhead.
L. J. Elirilge, Agont,
HcrriSTille, Yt.
PENSIONS !
I wish to announce to those havlnc claims
aliil the Government crowing out ol the IMe
wr, that I am prepared to prosecute any anil
nil kind, of claim. Kectnl attention Is called
to thote having rejected claims. I also have
everv faeililv, second to none, to proseeutn
clitliiis under the Dependent l'ennlon lull.
Why do you plve vonr claims to parties that
you do not know. When you can have It done at
home as well t Correopondeiire solicited.
roEisn a. nososoiT,
rr.BHIO AND lUHUTT ATTV.,
Ho. Cra.fUbury.Yt
Lata of the VI Reft.
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