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NEWS AND CITIZEN, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1894.
JOHNSON. 1. L. Pearl t Co'i factory Is again running on full time. Mm. G011U and ton GeorKe are vlditing frH-nd in r'uirlax. AilvrrliMHl Wttvre Mrs. L. A. llutrbinson anil Lfland Trarj. S. D. Nton and TharUw Cruitj were in MoMpWier lad k. Kc.iwntalive Wilnon and son Max rprnt the Salihath at home. Uh Cora Ballard of Milton, was Sara Knight's guest last week. Work is resumed at Stearns' tub shop, af ter a vacation of Ave weeks. Q. A. K. picnic and sewing circle at Daniel I'riuee's next week Saturday. Mrs. Walliridge and sou Allen have gone to Maiue to spend some time. Sadie Morris spent, the Sabbath in town, the gue t of Jennie Carpenter. Mrs. Homer is slopping for the present with li. 8. Fullington " tamily. H. Kavmond has lost two coirs and ad Yertiws lor the same in this issue. Mint (ieiiie Anstin recently visited Montpe lier, the guest ot llepreseiitutive W ilson. Rev. Mr. Donnell filled Mr. Stanley's ap pointment at Waterville lust Sunday p. ni. Chester Carroll who has occupied Peacon Hinds' farm the past year, hus moved to Morrirttowu. Miss Eugenia Fullington of Palmer. Mass., spent two days last week at her brother's B. S. Fullmgtou. Mrs. Palmer and two daughters of Sioux Falls, Dnkota, were the recent guests of Miss Mary Fullington. Flora Pearl closed her school in Cambridge last Friday and will speud her vacation ol three weeks at home. George Partlow has returned from Canada, where he has been employed by C. H. Stearns for nearly two mouths. The sons of Veterans' promenade concert was well attended last Friday eve, and the usual good time enjoyed. The grammar grade of the village school closed lust Friday. The intermediate grade will close this week Thursday. The Baptist and Methodist societies are each filling ft barrel this week, to send to some needy sick in the South. The new st ained glass windows for the Bap tist church have arrived and are being fitted this week ready for use next Sunday. The electric light question is the great question just now. Everybody is pleased with the idea, and all hope the work will be pushed. Mrs. John Driscoll returned from Burling ton last week, where she has been for some time receiving medical treatment at Mary Fletcher hospital. Myrtie Sturtevant returned from Bradford Saturday eve. After remuining at home three weeks she will return to teach a winter term in the same place. The ladies auxiliary were very successful in arranging for their Bociable at the Y. M. C. A. rooms. AH the members and invited guests appreciated the entertainment. Dea. and Mrs. P. D. Hinds are welcomed hack in town. Tbey are now occupying their furm near the village, which they left a year and a half ago, for a temporary home in Massachusetts. The W. R. C. will havo a five cent sociable and gathering at Landon's hall next Thurs day p. m. Material wanted for comforters; also old cotton and linen for use in the hos pital at the Soldiers' Home at Bennington. Small clocks are desired by the inmates. The Johnson third nine is the only ball team in town who met with no defeat the past season. They played tour games,.aad they will be ready to play withany team of their age and size nxt season. Their av erage age is 14 years. Following are the names of the yers : George Dubray, catch- j er; JJen Butler, pitcher; Carl Morgan, 1st Dase; ieon oiunevaiii, u uase, unurge nuj, 2d base; George Elwood. left field; Philip Hebb, center; Pearley Whiting, right field; George Elwood, captain; B. A. Hunt, man ager., , EAST JOHNSON. Walter and Edgar Boyce, Jr., were in Bur liugton Saturday. Julius Mudgett has finished work in Cam bridge and returned to his home. Deacon and Mrs. P. D. Hinds have been stopping at Julius Sinclair's the past week awaiting the arrival of their goods. They expect to move into their own houss in John son village this week. JEFFEHSONVILLE. J. W. Page is in town. The village school closed Friday afternoon with exercises. Bert Hawley took in the excursion to Mon treal last week. Miss Bertha Kingsley visited at J. F. Wil cox's lost week. Sarah B. LeMere, the primary teacher, re turned to her home in Lyndon Saturday. Carrie Carroll closed her school in South Cambridge on Friday, as also did Anna Thomas in the Fuller district. WATERVILLE. Fred Lunt has purchased a fine pair of mules. Rev. Mr. Donnell of Johnson, preached for Rev. Mr. Stanley on Sunday. Fred McKarland of Hyde Park, spent Sun day with his father. George Waters has returned from Barre, where he has been for the paHt few months. There are prospects of electric lights at this place in the near future. Mrs. Will Sherman of Morrisville, and Mrs. Jennie Cheney of Cady's Falls,' visited friends in town the past week. The entertainment given by Gen. Phil Sher idan Camp S. of V. at town hall Saturday eve. drew a small audience. The elocutionary entertainment at town hall Friday evening by Miss Etblynd Gould, was well attended, the audience was well pleased, and. all speak in- high praise of the entertainment. EAST CAMBRIDGE. Schools closed last week. Sleighs are running some here. C. L. Demeritt's sprained ankle is improving. Mrs. A. Dcmeritt is quite a good deal bettor. A candy pull at G. orge Smith's last Satur day night. A goodly number present and a fine time. Mrs. Gilbert Gonyeau who was quite sick last week is a very little better at this writ ing, but not gaining very fast. The lumbermen seem to be doing a good business up on the mountain in this vicinity. The choppers are boarding at what they call the "Summit House" and pronounce it a fine place ; good cooks, enough to eat, plenty of work and lots of fun, is the order of the day. The poets sing of a fountain whose waters bring back lost youth, But no one has ever found it. Still there's a a germ of truth In the dreamers' fable of fancy, for there ex ists to-day A draught that banishes sorrow and drives despair away. From women whose lives have become a burden, on nccount of diseases to which women alone nre subject. The well-known "Favorite Preserintiiin" nrenared hv Dr. Pierce may nor, he able to brinir buck vouth "Tl lrj nun Union hut if, will resturn nut, I that will bring happiness, and so lfl hh mncrwii in its eflwr, ns the b whs fabled to be. Vi. Nicnlv. of Andel. Wetzel . tUBI,,h .lv'"' nHi.rint.inn T Hn.l I mil ' Aftiii bi,iiT vnn III ile comnlaint. X return a to Dr. Pierce for my 1 8TOWE. It U reported that Eugene KniuHey baa gone west. Attention is culled to the business notice of Miles, McMnhcD 4 ( o. Several sleuths are seen on the streets ami sleighinc is fairly good in the buck pait of me iowd. Dr. L. M. II inn hum has Iwen appointed ad minietrator ol the esiule ol the late W. H. 11 liingham. The village schools have clowd a very sue ressful term. We bear nothing but praise for me teacners. A bill ban been introduced Into the legisla ture to grant a charter to the Mt. Mansfield electric ruilroud. Jesse Kellogg and Ernest Houston are home for a few dnys' vacation from the Al bany Busineos College. Mrs. Healey Cady lias moved to thelowr villuge where she will muke her home With her nephew, Lewis Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Raymond are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a daughter in t heir family lust Monday. The lecture course and the sale of tickets is progressing finely. It is thought the tiist en tertainment w ill be about Dec. 1st. The society of "Progressive Thought" w ill meet with Mrs. A. C. Raymond on Wednesday eve of this week to decide on the best meth od of literary work for the winter. Dr. Booth preached his farewell sermon at the Unity church last Sunday. A meeting will lie held at the vestry next Sunday to see whether the church will be kept open during the winter. The Stowe dramatic club are rehearsing the society drama. '"Iron Bound, or after Many Days," which they will present in a few weeks. The best local talent has been pro- I cured to make it a success. Lost Tuesday forenoon John G. Harris ! went into the pasture to look for some colls, and being gone longer than was thought necessary, his son-in-law, Charles Sargent, with whom he lived, started after him aud found him lying on the ground where he had j been for several hours. Mr. Harris was un-' able to stand or walk as he had no use of his ; left leg, and a team was soon brought to his assistance and he was taken to the house where he seemed fully to recover and after a little went about his usual work. On Satur day he went to the born as usual but on his return complained of a pain in his left shoul der which grew rapidly worse and towards night became almost unbearable ; toward midnight he grew easier and waB able to get to sleep from which he never awoke, but died about two o'clock Sunday morning. He was attended by Dr. Church who pronounced it rheumatism of the heart. He was buried on Tuesday at the Branch cemetery. WATER BURY CENTER. Smith N. Pease has bought the Edwin Hill place, and is moving from the Sheldon place to his new home. Mrs. Alice Dustin and Bon of Brushton, Franklin county, N. Y., visited Mr. and Mre. S. F. Stearns last week. Ella V. Hobart of San Francisco, daughter of the late Hon. W. S. Hobart, vho has been visiting at B. W. Shaw's, left for New York last Friday. Ernest Gibbs came near meeting with a fatal accident on Monday of last week. He was driving a stake, when the axe he was using caught in a clothesline and cut asevere gash in his head, from which he came near bleeding to death. At the present he is im proving. EAST FAIRFIELD. Mrs. Frank SearU has gone to Sheldon for a few weeks' visit. Miss Patterson from Bakersfleld, Bpent the Sabbath with Miss Hattie Coburn. Ranslow Reed has built a nice shed for storing dressed ljimber at the railroad yard, 1UX44 leet. The merchants are now getting readv for Christmas. H. M. Wells has a number of fancy article in his store. Mrs. W. S. Soule was in Montpelier last week. Mrs. Soule was chosen as one of the committee for the town of Fairfield on the State flower. She received 200 names in fa vor of the "red clover" and scattering 17 ; total, 217. WORCESTER. The oyster supper held by the band last Thursday was a success. MiBs Lillian Vail was borne over Sunday from the Seminary fit Montpelier. Miss Atkins finished her fourth term of school at the Corner last week, and returned to her home in Cabot. Mrs. Wm. Kellogghas returned from White head, N. H., where she has been caring for her son, Perrin, who has been quite sick. Anna Wilson finished a very successful term of school in East Elmore last week. Number of scholars. (5; average attendance per day, 5 13-EiO, Those having no marks were Eva and Mamie Spaulding; Sadie Silloway lost one-hulf day. . . WOLCOTT. Byron Kusic has moved totheJones house. Dr. Stephen Gillett, formerly of this place, was in town Monday. Dr. Valleau is again able to attend to some ol his nearest patients. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hubbell returned home Saturday night from a two weeks' stay at Hyde Park. The ladies of the Universalist society will meet with Mrs. Cora Whiting Wednesday eve ning of this week. L. J. Thompson, who was recently admit ted to the bar, has decided to locate in this place, and will open an office in Clark's new building in about two weeks. The Universalist society have secured the services of Rev. Dr. Booth as pastor for one year. Services r.oxt Sabbath the 1 8th at the church, commencing at 2 o'clock p. m. All schools in town will begin the winter term Monday, Dec. 3d. The school directors have decided to offer a prize of eight dollars to be divided between the two schools, hav ing the highest average attendance for the year, five dollars to the first and three to the second, to be divided or used as the school may see fit. NORTH WOLCOTT. Miss Mary Bailey of Norwood, N. Y., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. V. L. Fisher. Harry Silloway has returned home from Elmore where he has been the past eight months at work for A. M. Kelley; he expects to return to Elmore soon. The school taught by Addie Smith closed Nov. 8th. Total on tuber of pupils 22 ; those having no marks during the term were Er nest Aodrus, Royal and Ada Moody, Allie Nourse, Fred and Ollie Sheldon ; those ubsent but one day were Floella. Flavilla, Faaldwin and Lucine Wells, Eva Little and Leon An drews. An Ode to Columbus. The praises of Columbus, W'e often do rehearse, Sometimes in prose so stately, Sometimes in ringing verse. Many a once mournful melancholy, morbid, miserable man sings the praise of even a greater discovery than that of Columbus. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery opens up a new world of hope and health to the sick. It cures tubercular consumption which is simply lung scrofula the active and dan gerous development of a tuint in the blood. Its blood cleansing botanic principles special ly fit it to cleanse the blood aud prevent the formation of ulcers in the lungsand bronchial tubes. Liver complaint, skin diseuses and sores, nre also cured by it. This paper and the semi-weekly World one year for $2.15. CAMBRIDGE. James T. Sabin of M ontpt lier. was in tow n over Sunday. Dr. Ilulliurd of Jericho, was la town the Dot the week. The W. M. S. m-ela with Mrs. II. X. Gray next Iburxluy afternoon. Hut er lust week sold from 20 to 24c per pound ; egg 20c uoien. If its a stove you want, a good one at a reasonable price, Uray can suit you. ('apt. Wuite of Hyde Park was in town last Suturilay on "otHciur business. Sleighs are being used here and a very little snow would make good sleighing. Rev. Mr. Sharnian is again on the sick list, not beii g abl to preach Sunday morning. Mrs. Fairchild and Mrs. Joslyn will make it their home with ft. M. (""afford this winter, A new sign at the American House, the first one since the bouse was run by Mr Waite. B. G. McCoy, L. Juniorand family and Hen ry Leonard, went to Montreal on the ex cursion lost week. They report u good time. The play at Reynold's hall Friday night, given by our home talent, passed off very pleasantly. They went to Waterville Satur day night and played before a small house. CAMBRIDGE JUNCTION. The turn-table at the engine house is being repaired. The Junction house has an appearance of a lively business ut present. Mrs. Henry Sinilie and Miss Lucia Smilie returned Monday from a visiting trip in the south part ol N. H. The new lamps hung out on theplutform of the depot add mui'h to the convenience of the traveling public in changing curs. HAKDWICK. The primary school closed last Friday. The fence in front of I. P. Titus' hus been repuired. Quite an improvement, is b.'ingmade on the Hathaway omer. Newell Mason has traded farms with H. Farr of Woodbury. Perlev Cobb is on the gain from! his long run ol typhoid fever. The school exhinition was a success, with net proceeds of 18 for tbe piuuo fund. The second entertainment of the lecture course by the Bostou Stars Nov. 23. Secure your seats if you have not got them. At the village meeting last week Tuesday evening, B. E. Bullard, Doruian Bridgman, and 1. J. Low leg were elected a committee to see bow many would take the electric light, and the cost of the plant, aud to report in three weeks. ELMORE. A. A. Bliss has been appointed postmaster at the Pond, to succeed Norman Camp. ELMORE CENTRE. George Slicer is thought to be slowly im proving. P. A. Hollenbeck visited Burlington Sat urday last. Our pastor announced from the desk Sun day last that Presiding Elder Sherburne would be present the 25th at the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. All persons wishing to join the M. E. church are requested to be present ; also those wishing to be licensed as preachers of this denomination with a view to the pastorate. Come to the conference ; the way may be clear as Mr. Shaw has open ings to much larger and more profitable fields. EDEN MILLS. Levi Dague of Jericho, was here last week. E. H. Stone is erecting a new barn at the hotel. Enough snow fell Friday and Saturday so that people ventured out with sleighs. Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Miller returned home Eriday from a three weeks' stay in Franklin and Chittenden counties, OmaLunthas been at home for a short time on account of illness, but has returned to her school in Rutland country. Dr. P. J. Kinsley has gone to Fairfield Ctr. to locate, having purchased the practice of Dr- W. G. Flanders, who has now located in Burlington. JEFFERSON VILI.E. George Reynolds is very low w ith consump tion. Ruth Whitcomb has returned to school at Johnson. Episcopal services were held here last Sun day morning. Joseph Burnor has purchased the Edgar Reynolds place. A potato buery from Walden is picking np the tubert in this place. The Thomas Bros. Co., are offering special bargains in lull and winter goods. The village school closed Friday last. A three-weeks' vacation before the winter term. The young people gave Miss Lottie Rich ards a surprise party Monday evening in hon or of her eighteenth birthday. The box party at the town hall last Friday evening, for the benefit of hue parsonage fund, was a very interesting affair. Phienix loflge nre working under the com petitive system this quarter, with Bradford Patch and Frank Greene as captains. SHILOH'S CURE, the great Cough and Croup Cure is in great demand. Pocket size contains twenty-five doses, only 25c. Children love it. Sold by U. J. Dwinell. druggist. VISIT urn $ JURNITURE MORRISVILLE, VT. j i r EKE3ES ROCK BOTTOM PRICES EDS N. Orlo Weeeorn was in town Wednesday. A brother of Mr. Roger is makiDK a visit amonv Iiim relatives. Mrs. Ju'i.t llliike returned froni Troy last Friday. here eh ,hm liwn fur two weeks caring for a rick eister. Mrs. Miller. Those who went to North Hyde Park lost last Thursday evening, enjoyed n treat. Miss Gould gave a very nice entertainment. Fred Marry and wife are keeping house for tbe first time in a married lifeol four years They occupy E. U. Stone's house in the village. Bonifare Stone raised a barn Dear bis hotel last Friday ; be is doing a good business. It sems he has missed his cal.iugall these years till now. It is reported that Dr. Kinsley leaves town soon, and will locate in Fairfield. The Dr. is a pleasnnt young man. and although we bone our Fairfield friends will not be sick, still if they are, we nope they will call in Kinsley. BIRTHS. AYEUS In Stowe, Oct. 27, 1894, a daugh ter to Jerome Ayers and wife. CHUUCHILL. In North Wolcott, Nov. 11, 1H'.)4, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Churchill. JIbsoIaiely Pure A cream of tartar bakinir Dowder. Hierhest of all in leaveniner strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING TOWUER CO., 106 Wall St.. N. Y. DO YOU ENJOV cood reading ? If so, call upon HALL & CHENEY, 3?:h.ariM.acIst3, Brick Block, cor. Main and Portland Streets where you will find a choice selection of Magazines, Weeklies, Daily and Story Papers. The Kansas Mutual Life of Topeka, A regular old-line Company issuing popular forms of Ordinary Life, 10, 15 and 20 Payment Life, io, 15 and 20 Year Endowment Policies, with large and definite amounts of paid up insurance and cash surrender values at the end of the third and each subsequent ypar. EVERY POL ICY IS GUARANTEED FOR ITS FACE VALUE. Over $200 Cash As sets to each $100 of Liability! Agents Wanted. ; W. C. WASHBURN, General Agent, Xvdontpelier, Vt. Stohe, NEW OAK SUITS, NEW""WALL PAPER, NEW SIDEBOARDS, NEW DESKS, NEW CHAIRS, NEW CROCKERY, NEW CARPETS, &c. BEST QUALITIES OP NEW PAINTS. WE ARE RECEIVING NEW GOODS for OUR FALL TRADE. Cona in and see what vze are buyisg. Flannels, Covert Cloths, Prints, new liyes of Boots and Shoes. We are the sole agents for the celebrated Ben nington Underwear which line is complete. Men's and Boys Overshirts, both liannel and jersey. New Fall, and Winter Hats and Caps. Our stock ol Family Groceries is the best to be found. Have you tried our "SUNLIGHT" and "PURITY" FLOUR? STRONG & WOOD'S, Hyde Park. - - - - . IAJe are well Stacked and Sized in all Such as Blankets, Robes, &c, &c ome in and see what we nave in these lines. You may -save something by doing so. H. P. MUNSON, Morrisville, Vtl &eat Bargains - - For the Next 30 Days I will place on sale some great Bargains in broken lines of Men's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes, Clothing, and Winter Underwear, I propose to make some changes in the interior of my store, and for the purpose of reducing my stock and clearing out goods that are in my way I make this offer. I also have a carlead of Baldwin and Greening APPLES Also Island ' that I am selling L. B. BOYNTON, See HeRe. fRieNDS i You wan't the goods that I've got, and I shall need some of the spare cash that you've, got. So, then, let's,, make a combination, (NOT a Trust, for I don't trust scarcely a bit). In other words, let's swap. I'll en-t deavor to give you;the best, biggest, and most satisfac-' tory return for your cash that you can realize anywhere. So why not come in ladies, gents, misses, youths, boys, everybody ? You are going to need what I've got for ., cold weather. ROBINSON'S, BORRlSVlLLE TAKE NOTICE I With a large stock ol goods on hand and an immense stock of goods just brought from market, I have one of (the largest and most complete stocks of goods to be found in Northern Vermont. These Goods are Bought for Cash and with twenty-nine years' experience in buying, there are consequently many bargains. This large stock is divided into several classes, to some of which I call your attention: DRY GOODS, among which are found a good line of Dress Goods and Trimmings, Ladies' and Children's Fur nishings; CLOTHING and GENT'S FURNISHINGS; BOOTS and SHOES I carry a stock of 2000 pairs con stantly on hand ; a large line of LADIES' JACKETS and CAPES ; also Groceries, Flour, Salt, Nails, Hardware, etc. S. A. FIFE, Wolcott. All the latest styles in Jewelry Scarf-pins, Kings, Belt Bnckles, New Silver Ware, Watches of all kinds and grades. Bnving at bottom prices enable us to sell low. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE GOING ELSEWHEItE: A Word About Optical Goods. We are fully prepared to fit the most difficult cases of Astigmatic Eye Trouble. We keep a complete line of Gold Spectacle Frames in stock. Lang & Campbell, Morrisville, Vt. kinds of tSff ifa AT - - Picked Apples, out at the depot. MORRISVILLE Daily I V