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NEWS AND CITIZEN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1893.
JOHNSON. " I. L. Pearl will spend moot of the week in BoittuD. Dr. Cnmpbpll is spending the week in Man chester and Boston. ' . Charles Patch's people moved into their new house last week. ' Hattie Varan of Stowe, visited her friend, Lizzie Pike Inst week. Henry Porter of Fletcher, has moved on to the Bkikfotd farm. Josie Williams of Charlotte, was a guest at O. G. Buck's lust week. Miss Bertha Osgood of Sheffield was Emma AVhiten's nuest lut week. Miss Ilattie Buck of St. Albans, is the guet of her aunt, Mrs. U. H. Buck. Mrs. Morse of Waterbury, is stopping with her daughter, Mrs. B. A. Hunt. Jessie Davis is spending a week of her vaca tion with friends in Hyde Park. Miss Newhall has gone to New York city to spend the vacation with her brother. Mrs. C. P. Jones is visiting her sister, Miss Laura burnhum, at Providence, B. I. Little Alice Campbell has gone to Manches ter to spend some time with friends there. Mrs. Fay and Mrs. Bean of Milton, were Mrs. George Livermore's guests last week. Mrs. Blake of Hyde Park, Mans., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. H. Campbell. Miss Alice Chase's Bister from Essex, spent a few days with her at Mr. Buck's last week. Mrs. Henry Hunter of Oaftsbury, is the guest of ber daughter, Mrs. Thomas Witheral. Dr. Page has returned from Boston. Or ., Morgan occupied Mr. Page's office in his ab" genee. . . ... Miss Marion Bates of Esses, was the guest of Mrs. Grout during the closing exercises of ,; school. ; .1 ' Mrs. Mosses Fisher has been visiting friends and relatives in Arlington, Troy, and North Adams. The subject of the Ladies' prayer meeting Friday p. m. at Mrs, Parish's, is "A World of Tears." ' , Mrs. Chapman of Montpelier, spent a few days in town last week, with lie.' brother, Dr. Prentiss. - Delbert Allen of Burling on. was the guest of his friend, ClumieFullington,fora few days last week.; - Mrs. O. W.Steamswas called to Cambridge Sunday, on account of the serious illness of ber sister. ' ' ' . Prof; Frank Woodruff of Brunswick. Me.. was in town last week Monday, the guest of Mrs. Kiddle. j Eev.' Mr. Ford was obliged to close his meetings at the M. E. church Friday, on ac ,. count of sickness. Will Tracy took a two days' vacation from his school in Montgomery last week and spent the time at home. ' At a meeting of the village trustees Patur ' day night C. H. Stearns was elected manager of the electric light plant. Twelve of our young people improved the pleasant weather and good sleighing of last Friday by driving to Jeffersonville. Dr. and Mrs. Campbell entertained the board of examiners, teachers, and graduating class at their home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Whittemore went to herhomein Read ing, Mass., Tuesday, where she will spend most of the vacation and return for another term. The ladies of the Cong'l church will give a social in their church parlors Thursday even ing, from seven until ten. All are cordiully invited. Our streets were lighted with the new lights for the first time lust Wednesday evening. .Every one was happily disappointed, and the verdict of all was, "fur better thun we ex pected." The dinner and meeting that was to have been in the Baptist church Thursday has been postponed to Thursday the a 1st. A . cordial invitation to all members of the church and congregation. There were several Blight accidents at the StearnB tub shop last week, and on Monday last a more severe one. Jay Partlow had the misfortune to sever the end of his thumb and three fingers and the entire little finger on the lefc bund. Rev. Albert Donnell preaches his farewell sermon at the Cong'l church next Sunday morning. His new pastorate is to be Cape Cod, Mass. Rev. and Mrs. Donnell have made many warm friends during their two years' stay in town, who regret that the separation must take place. Dr. T. P. Hubbell will be at hotel Johnson the 2!Hh and 30th of this month. As usual he will give exclusive attention to eye diffi culties. He leaves his business affairs at home now but rarely, and it is expected that all our citizens who are interested will call on him at his rooms while here. J. A. Pearl is purchasing and shipping to his woolen mill at Johnson, ipiite u large quantity of wool. His best price for large lots is 15 ceuts per pound. One year ago he paid 18 ceuts, two years ago 20 cents, and three years ago 2." cents. It does not require an extremely profound philosopher to ex plain the cuuse of the decline in price. Hur rah for free wool! North Troy Palladium. The closing exercises of the Normal school which occupied most of last week, were of great interest and well attended, from Dr. Booth's Baccalaureate sermon on Sunday to the orchestra concert on Thursday evening. The seventeen graduates all passed a credita ble examination. As one of the examiners remarked, "they are a bright class." The new examiners are Dr. Boynton of Wood stock, and Prof. Howard of Middlebnry. On Wednesday eveuingocciirred the B exhibition the program beinu well rendered, nnd thor oughly learned. The class exemplified their motto "Not how much, but how well." The 50th graduating class gave an excellent pro gram Thursday afternoon. The music was by the llydo Park orchestra and was better orchestral music than we in country places are usually favored with. Thediplomns were presented by Dr. Campbell, who gave at the same time a condensed report of the work of the term. In the gathering twilight the class grouped themselves and sung their class song lor the last time before going out into their chosen fields of work. "Not for ourselves, but for these," was their motto. The concert in the evening was well attended and added the finishing touch to a week, not only of busy pleasure, but also of actual instruction and prolit. J0nt Johnson. William Warren was in Jericho last week. Kate Kingsley, from Burlington, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. H. Ilo.yee. Jessie Blanchard. nf Groton, visited her aunt, Mrs. II. A. clier, last week. Henry Clark, of lni!iurg. has been spend ing some time this week at his father's H. W. Clark. EDEN MILLS. Dr. Kinsley, of Fairfield, made a flying visit to this place Monday. Wm. Bennett has moved from Martin Em ery's to Frunk Morgan's. A. Earl has bought F. F. White's stock of goods and leased the store, commencing to invoice the goods Tuesday morning. John Patterson's people, of Barre, have been visitinir at " I'ncle" Kubin Scott's for a few days, They were neighbors in the olden days iu the town of ( raltsbury. The Eden Mills Dramatic Club played "Hick'iy Farm" lust Fridav night to a crowded house. All speak well of the play, und all parts wore well rendered, ubove the averaged of home talent. They play at Lowell Friday night, the 25th, and talk of going to North Hyde about the 2!Hh hist. SHILOH'S CURE, the great Cough and Croup Cure is in great unround. Pocket size contains twenty-five doses, only 25c. Children love it. Bold by H. J. Dwincll, druggist. STOWE. Clarence Lamson has returned from Chi" cago. George Gibbs has commenced fruming his house. A son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Ploof last week. A. C. Raymond and wife are visiting in Rochester, Vt. The Johnson graduates are home from commencement. Samuel Litch has returned to town after several years' absence. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. George are rejoicing over the birth of a sou. Arthur Fuller and Mies Snow of New York, were married l.isc week at Montpelier. Carlos Clark sold a ear load o( maple sugar to Charles Stafford of Morrisville last week. We now have the mail from Waterbury twice a day, the stage coming buck at noon. Fred Russell has moved into the tenement over the drug store lutcly vacated by Ned Dallas. E. D. Bluekwell of Montpelier, W.F. Church ill und J. Warren of Morrisville were in town Monday to attend the railroad meeting. The present term of schools throughout the town will keep ten weeks with the excep tion of the villuge school which will be twelve weeks. Don't fail to attend the lecture on Thursday evening, as well as those to follow in the course. We shall need your patronage to make it a success. There will be a maBuerade promenade and dance under the management of the Y. P. C. U. at the Green Mountain Inn next Fri day eve. All are invited ; grand march at 8 o'clock. Commencing with Friday, Jan. 25th. the places of business of the undersigned will be closed on Friday evenings at 7 o'clock p. m., uutil further notice : Oukes t Benson, Miles, McMahon & Co., H. E. .lenney, Chas. Wright, C. A. Simmons, J. A. Stafford. The following oftieers of the Mt. Mansfield Electric Railroad Co. were elected at the stock holders meeting last Monday : Directors, P. D. Pike, F. O. Burt, W. P. Dillingham, C. L. McMahon, L. C. Moody, C,E. Burt, and E. D. Blackwell ; General Manager, I'. D. Pike ; Auditors, A. C. Raymond, H. W. Barrows, and J. A. Stafford. The directors will hold a meeting at once and the outlook is more favorable for a road than ever before. NO. HYDE PARK. Mrs. Ober is gaining slowly. Geo. Allen has bought the Dolan buildings. Grant Bros, h ave gone to Elmore to do a logging job. . ' Gustin Smith and wife spent Sunday at J. C. Crocker's. Frank Chaffee, of Cambridge, was in town over Sunday. Albert Walker and wife, of Fairfax, are in town on a visit. ' " The difference between Parkhurst vs. Ami don has been adjusted. L. P. Butts and wife visited relutivcs in Waterbnry last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Foes, of Fairfax, vis ited in town last week. . . . John Sweet, of North Troy, has been in town looking after bis land. Supt. Noyes made our schools a visit the latter part of the past week. J. T. Bennett and sister Huttie visited rel atives and friends in Stowe recently. Peter has had another bad spell. This time it is not due to politicul changes. Quite a number of our farmers are taking in the farmers' meeting at Hyde Park. Cash Griswold is making preparations to go to keeping bouse in the Gray house. AV. D. Manning is Dusily engaged in meas uring and banking logs all along the river. Adna Whitcomb has purchased a horse of James Crocker, to replace the one he recently lost. Calvin Foss has exchanged his pneinghorse for a druft horse, with one Powell of Cam bridge. Carroll Stone has purchased a trotter of Geo. Allen. Dan. Foss has recently bought a Western horse of Morrisville parties. EDEN. Mrs. Fannie Atwell is expected home soon. The drama "Hick'ry Farm" is pronounced a success. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. George visited friends m AIDuny over bunuuy. Mrs. Etta hitfemore is so far improved as to be able to walk without assistance. Dr. Eastman was called to Alvin Whitney's Monday, to attend one ol the boys, we are told. Mrs. Helen Patch und children from the west are visiting at her father's, Jason Rogers. Mrs. Cora Mower is in Burlington for medi cal treatment. That she may soon return fully cure 1 is the earnest prayer of her ac quaintances. The friends of one of Blake's lumbermen turned out Saturday evening and assisted in unloading his logs. We suppose be is thunk ful for Mnall favors. Frank Stearns, of the firm of Stearns Bros., has took to himself a wife. We have always thought Frank would finally bruee up and do something sensible, und so we were riuht. Mr. and Mrs. Stearns have the best wihIiph of everybody. May they both be "gray as rats" before they get through here. WATERVILLE. Mrs. Luke Potter is on the sick list. E. C. Wells was in Underbill last week. Dr. Hulburd wus in town the past week. Mrs. Elbridge Wilbur is visiting in Jericho. Ed Fitzgerald were ia Morrisville last week. Dr. Hodgkins went to Boston the past week. Enos Fletcher has returned from York stat". Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tohiu are visiting in Franklin. Misses Sadie and Hattie Patterson visited in town recently. Frank Leach of Fletcher, visited his father, Luther, the past week. Mr. rind Mrs. James Parker were in No. Hyde Purk over Sunday. Wm. Morrison und wife of Fair.'ax visited his brother the past week. George Fisher who has been west for sever al years bus returned home. B. II. 11 ill has returned from Jericho and gone to work in his own barber shop. Mrs. Frank Chase was badly hurt on Thursday, by being thrown from u sleigh. The sugar party and protnennde nt town hall Friday eve was enjoyed by a large crowd. There will be quarterly communion services at the Union church Sunday eveningthe 27th. Howard Skinner is laid up with a very bad hand caused by getting a pieceof steel iiito it. Mrs. Henry Mann of Troy, visited her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Henian Miller last week. Rev. Mr. Ford will commence n series of meetings at the Union church on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Montague were the guests of tier sister, Mrs. Elmer Wetherell the past, week. Frank Luraway has tho repairs on his mill nearly completed and the grist mill is again running, and the saw mill will be in a few days. The farmers of Wuterville, East Cambridge nml Johnson, ore soon to organize a Grange ns names enough have been senired, but us it is desired to have as many charter members ns possible, another chance will bn given to como in 'in the ground floor. Charles De merit t, East Cambridge, will be pleased to receive names for charter members until ar rangements cun be made for organization. A Wonderful Invention THE M W 0f It Baking: Powder. Try it. WOLCOTT- D. A. Morgan is in town visiting friends. Mrs. J. H. Sanborn still remaius in very poor health. Mrs. Mary Harris is in Morrisville visiting her daughter. Dr. Hubbell is to be at Johnson the 29th and 30th inst. Regular meeting of the 0. E. S. Wednesday evening, Jan. 30. L. J. Thompson started Monday night on a trip through Massachusetts. Mrs. George M. Tillotson of Morrisville, was in town "Monday, visiting friends. J. D. Martin nnd wife attended the closing eKerases of the Normal School at Johnson lust week. Miss Sybil Martin graduated on Thursday. There were 30 births and 18 deaths during the year 1894. Of the births 19 were males and 11 females. Of the deaths 11 were fe males and 7 males. Anybody wishing to take the Xkws and Citizen can leave their order, with the cash, at the postofHce. Tribune and News and Citizen one year only $1.50. ! The two schools in the village will give an exhibition at Red Held Hall Friday evening of this week at 7 o'clock. . A small admission fee will be charged to defray expenses.. ' . M.J. Leach attended the poultry show at St. Johnsbury last week, and exhibited two coops, specimens of his fancy white Wyan dotte stock,,,, which drew first and second prizes. The school census, just completed, shows that there are 3(0 persons of school uge in the town of Wolcott. Of these 180 aremales and 180 females. One hundred and siity seven are of compulsory school age. ; Last Monday was a day noted for run aways. At noon the horse used on the team to the station became frightened at the train and made good time to the barn without se rious damage. About 3 o'clock a team be longing to Frank Klayton, driven by a Por tueguese, was overturned near the sawmill. The horse soon cleared itself from the sleigh and ran home to Elmore pond. At the regular meeting of Geo. W. Foster Post .No. 55, G. A. R. held at the their hall, Col. C. D. Gates installed the officers of the Post as follows : Com'r, P. S. Scribner; S. V. C, V. W. Boynton; .1. V. C, D. H. Wheeler; Adj't., M. J. Leach; Q. M., C. C. Fisher; 0. It., A. A. Whiting; Chup., E. C. Mann; Ser,, R. J. Doying; O. G., P. .1. Knight; S. M., M. D. Scott; Q. M. S., M. H. Wheeler. The following officers wereinstalled by Mrs Ellen B. Leach at the regulur meeting of the W. R. C: Pres., Mrs. Erne J. Gray; Sen. vice Pres., Mrs. Abbie A. Burnell; jr. vice- Pres., Mrs. Abbie G. Stevens; Treas., Mis. Alma M. Scribner; Sec, Mrs. Persis A. Gowen;Chap., Mrs. Mary W. Tillotson; Con., Mrs. AltnarA. C'ate; Guard, Mrs. Cora L. Whiting; asst.Coji,, Mrs. Ellen B. Leach; asst. Guard, Mrs. Mary J. Boynton. II. C. Reed bus received a "probationary" nppointment ns postul clerk, and has been assigned to duty on the Brattleboro & Whitehall division of the Central Vermont railroad, with headquarters nt Brattleboro. With his many friends we congratulate him on his good luck in securing an appointment, und we have no doubt it ability and faithful services are taken into consideration "enry will rapidly advance in position. CADY'S FALLS. Leon Gates is now engaged in selling fish, oysters, etc. Mr. and Mrs. C. B.Terrill visited Mr. French and family recently. Clark Dodge and Uncle William Grout are again able to be out. Frank Newton and Walter Cowen were in town for a brier visit last wek. Glenn Wilkins has taken the clerkship nt Homer Thompson's, Underbill, for one year. There was an attendance of 1 JO at the hall last Friday und a pleasant social time was enjoyed by all. Misses Florence Town, Belle Gates and Ber tha Dow are receiving instruction in music from Prof. Whipple of Morrisville. ' Prof. Baxter's Great Invention" will be presented at village hall Friday evening, Feb. 1st. alter which those wishing to dance will be afforded a good opportunity, as good mu sic will be in attendance. LLiviORE. David Stone is in very poor health. The infant child of Frank Bcdaw, lute of Fairfax, is ill. !!. F. Wedge of Wolcott, is working with Harold Wheelock nt blacksmithing. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Darling of Potton, I'. (J., are iu town on a visit to friends. Will the East Elmore correspondent report as to the uge of any old person in that part of the town. Leonard Grimes is very feeble, having failed greatly in the past two weeks. It is thought he cannot survive long. Should he live until March 4 he will have completed his ninety tiistyear, being, with possibly one exception, the oldest person iu town. BIRTHS. VAUGHAN In Chicago, 111., Jan. 14, 1895, a daughter to Dr. und Mrs. E. E. Vuughuii. MARRIAGES. KINSLEY CINNAMON'. In Johnson, nt Hotel Johnson, Dec. 25, by Rev. N. C. Saunders, Ross C. Kinsley, oi Lowell, and Anna M. Cinnamon, of Eden. ANDREWS S PENCE It. At Scituate, Mans., Jan. 1895, Theadore 1 . Andrews, of Hyde Park, Mass.. and Miss Mubel Spender of Scituate. our Trade Mark, and whenever you see any Candies with the above label attached, it is a nure gvarnntee of tine and strictly pure con fections. Our Chocolates and Bon Bons, and C. C. C. Caramels are second to none and our hard candy is without nn equal. Our HONEY MOLASSES is conceded by nil to be the best of nny specialty ever manufactured from molasses. Mail orders solh itcd. Crystal Coafcctioaory Company Burlington, Vermont. U. A. WOODBURY, I'rcslsent. M. K. MONTGOMERY, Manager. NEW WORCESTER. Mrs. Fred Jacobs is again quite low. C. C. Putnam Jr. of Putnamsville is ou the sick list. There will be an "odd and even" sociable at the town hull Friday evening, Jan. 24. There will be a 5 cent sociable by the Mite society, at Frank Hutchinson's Wednesday evening, Jan. 30. The "recognition" sociable given by the school children Inst Wednesday evening was well attended and much enjoyed. Milan Dewel, brother of the Rev. George Dewe), has moved into the Worcester House which he is soon to open to the public. Rev. J. Edward Wright will deliver the third lecture in tho ngular course at t'ae Cong'l church WedneBduy evening, January 23. Subject, "A Bundle of Habits." Among the visitors in town last week were Henry Town and wife of Calais, Walter Lance and Mr. Hopkins from the V. M. 8., Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester, Hiram Odell, W. E. Vail and J. Elliott Hancock of Montpelier, Mrs. L. W. Porter and Mr. Streeter of West Berlin. Rev. Mr. Grisbrook's Sunday evening lec tures continue to fill the Cong'l church, and much enjoyed by those who are fortunate enough to be able to hear. - If the occasion was made less of a candy and peanut social on the part of some young people it would be much more pleasant. The Worcester dramatic club were very successful in their presentation of "Triss" at the town hall last Friday evening. All acted their parts well, bnt the actions of certain young persons in the hall was rather annoy ing to those who went to hear the play. The music by the gentlemen from Seminary Hill would have been much enjoyed had there oeen less noise ; one would-be critic was es pecially obnoxious. How old will he be when he knows enough to keep still ? Cbauncey Hunt and wifecelebrated the 50th anniversary of t heir marriage on Wednesday of last week. All their children and grand children were present and made the occasion pleasant for the old people and left them many valuable tokens of love. At the same time and place Ada Dell Pearl, youugest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, was mar ried to Will Putnam of Putnamsville, by the Rev. P. H. Carpenter. After dinner the bride and groom drove to Montpelier and took the evening train for Montreal. Both the old and young couples have the best wishes of the community. Notice. We are still offering the News and Citizen and New York Weekly Tribune both one year for $1.50. This offer, however, is liable to be withdrawn at any time, so to be 6ure of the bargain subscribe now. BOSTOII GHSII STORE R Clean Sweep A revolution in a winter stock is even more necessary than a chance in politics. There never was, and never will be, more need for heavy raiment than exists at present, nnd never was, nor can be, more of a dis position on our part to clean it out. NOW FOR IT ! It is quite probable that the only way in which manv of our citizens will ever make much money is by saving it. Unless chances are pre sented for doing that, the barrel gets empty and the cruse runs dry. EMBRACE THE Opportunity ! Underwear : Ladies' Camel's Hair Vest and Pants $1.25, now $1.00. Ladies' Natural Wool Vestand Pants $1.00, now 80c. Ladies' Natural Wool Vest and Pants 75c, now GOe. Ladies' Jersey Fleeced Vest and Pants 44c. Lndies' Wright's Health Underwear, 8Nc each. Children's Underwear marked clown. Table Covering : All Linen Bleached Damask, 2.1 cts. Turkey Red Damask, fast colors, 25e. Cream Damask, all Linen, 44c. Brown Linen Toweling, 1G yards for 08c. Best Checked and Striped Shirting, now 8c. 10-cent Outing Flannels, now Sc. A few pairs of those 10-4 white and gray Blankets left, 49c. pair. Remember that the above are only a few of the Many Bargains l'OCNl) AT Morrisville, Vt. GEO. K. CKIEPiS Jborty-iifth Annual Statement National life insurance wan MONTPELIER, VT. Twelve Months Ending December 31st, 1894. NET LEDGEK ASSETS, December 30th, 18K 9,1.12,002 03 RECEIVED IX 1894. For Premiums actually paid 2.472,701 f'.j Interest and Ileuts 4."iS,(20 8S ?2,!)31,.'!:t2 50 1 1 2,00:5,4 H 53 DISBURSED IN 1894. For Penth Claims 47r,.7."8 2.'; Matured Endowments and Surrendered Policies " (;07.(i(i!l 28 Surplus returned Policy-holders 122,17! Si Total paid Policy-holders ? 1,200. 007 .'12 For Taxes, Expenses, Commissions und nil disbursements, i"l,171 C'J $1,. 857, 778 1)3 BALANCE NET LEDGEK ASSETS December 31, 18!)4 ...$loX'03,C3. 0(1 ASSETS. Loaus o Iteal Estate (first liens) value $1 2.t03,0()8.00 $ 4,451.520 7l) Loans on Stocks and Bonds, value $205,(iO(.0() 152.218 3U Loans with National Life Insurance Co. Policies as Collateral !)01.!l55 87 Premium Notes on Policies in force 257,25!) 05 Ileal Estate 0:i:tl2l 2i Bonds, Stocks and Warrants, market value $.'1,71 !), 021. ;t;l 3,581,1!)!) !)J Cash in Bunks and Office 228,780 35 Bulance Due from Agents 371) 53 $10,205,035 (SO Add Interest due and accrued , $272,248 42 Unreported and deferred Premiums, Net , 42!),!)71 28 Market value of Stocks and Bonds above par 137,821 41 $840,041 11 GKOSS ASSETS December 31, 1894 ... $11,045,070 71 LIABILITIES. Computed Itoserve (Actuaries 4 per cent.).., $9,210,920 10 Death Claims in process of adjustment 19,118 13 , Premiums paid in advance 014 58 Balunce due on Policies "surrendered in part" 15,791 00 Cnpaid Dividends..... - 8.295 08 Extra Reserve or Life Hate Endowments 354,210 54 Liabilities us to Policy-holders $9,614,902 09 SURPLUS AS TO POLICY-HOLDERS, - $1,430,714 02 0,813 Policies issued and revived in 1894, Insuring . - - $14,769,910 00 30, 18P Policies in force, insuring .......... . . . . . 64.975,050 00 Total Paid Policy-holders since organization, 10,724,047 l(i GEORGE W. REED, Secretary. CLTARLES DEWEY, President. B, W. HULBURD, Agent, Hyde Park, Vt. r't One Lot Dress Goods Remnants, Felt Shoes in Button, Bals & Cong. Big Drive in all knit goods, Hoods, Knit Skirts and Caps. Thomas Brothers' Co., Jeffersonville, Do You Need New If so, call and examine our immense stock of Gent's, Ladies' and Children's Underwear in all grades. Prices in Gent's ranging from 4octo'$i each; Ladies', 35c to $1 each. GOOD BED BIjiLHISETS, 75c per pair; better ones, $1.25 and $3.50 per pair.' JIP We also have a large stock of GLOVES and MITTENS that we would be pleased to show you. REMEMBER that we have a complete stock of GROCERIES, TEAS, COFFEES, including Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand. Call and examine before buying. S. A. FIFE, Wolcott. Midwinter Bargain Sales! Trice3 talk even when the wind blows. We never have had the bargains to ofier that we can show up just before 1 895 commences. READ For Christmas presents we ofTwr 2o new beaver shawls, prices low ; 300 silk and worsted neck scurfs. 2o and upwards ; 200 silk hand kerchiefs from 10c. to $1.50 each ; 100 pairs ladies' fancy slippers ; 100 pairs men's and bojs' fancy slippers ; 200 pieces ladies' fine.underwear ; 500 pieces men's fine underwear. 29 Christmas wedding overcoats, 31 Christmas wedding suits, boys' & children's suits of all kinds. Anyone buying one of the abovespecial select suits will, without doubt, be happy. LAMPS AND CROCKERY 150 Lamps, prices from 25 cents to $C ; 25 ten-piece commode sets, former price $5, our price till Jan. 1st, $3 29 ; 5G-piecetea sets, formerly $4.50 and $5, price to Jnn. 1st, $3.09 ; fancy hot water glasses $1.20 per doz.; fancy cold water glasses, 47e. per doz. Two Crates Decorated China just received, consisting of salad dishes, comports, cracker jars, bone dishes, etc. Cups and Saucers ot all nil kinds. GROCERIES 4 lbs. California raisins, 25c.; London layer raisins, 15c, or 2 lbs. for 25c; English currants 10c, rice Gc; citron, lemons, etc. CANDY I 2,000 lbs. all kinds, 15c per pound ; 4 lbs. for 50c; 10 lbs. for $1.00. Everyone is invited to examine our goods before buying. C. E. HASKELL, Underwear ? kinds, children s tea 1 sets, and tovs of Wolcott, Vt.