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NEWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1899. MORRISVILLE. The work of lejuirinjr the old Suf ford mill propwtv a progressing na rapidly as the uhhiv of tbewurk will warrant, the derpeninjr of the wheel pit bf 'wg blow, hh Holid rock lias to lie blasted out. a jibtlmt will eon fume some three weeks yet to com plete. The old flume has been torn oat, and nho a t-ectiou of the dutn near the icland, to turn the course ,f the river, in order to'put in the npw Hume. A large amount of work has ln done iu the bn-tnt-nt of the mill building in the way of puttinir in iron Hupports toKustaia the 8U er ptrueture. Like evervthinp: else H. A. Sla.vton has undertaken, this work bears every ". arnmrk" ol thoronzhness, and when completed a model mill will be the resn't, a credit to the o kdvt as well an to M )rrisville. It is eaid that ''Hell hnth no fury like a woman t-c irni'd." S.-iturday nitcht a lady ippcared ii thin pener ful neighborhood that cither be long; to tliis class or had bee n tie plotted. She hailed f.mu t!f Q lent) City by the lake, und by Li'-r t.-dk with r- siiletis one c u' I not le!; leara that an o -ulist f.-mn Burlinjr ton, who trav !.- through this sta tion, whom she had fed and clothed and made a pivs ntthl" beii::; of, wn? the personage nhe (feisired to ret her optics focused upon, and of cnnrsf, beiiifjr a woman, Bhe gijenoeded. Whether the meeting was a harn:o idous pa theriiiir, or not, puti.'S wjt neriing it, or ehould be cogniz inf. ol the fiets, are Boii-eommiUa j, hence the details of the m ilter are unob tainable f.r this issu, at least. 8liH!'i this Hke'etou oatliin, be un jas'", both patt.es can appear Iwfoie thi i tribunal and ail he p-ov-ible facts will be made public in lie se Ct.luilltiB. C'Hiii)iiiettii-. Altniday wi.13 the first', day of f hi l.v!'.) ca mjmii'et icp i.-n the nn'nmls w tt (d town, and bv ii' o 1 a larpr reprej. enta tion -as pjvsviit tlian kr.own fir va;'s o 1 a first d-iv. AH Who C lille seenieii (pint to pet thinps iuibu-'d with a in'o shap" for the eveniiiir service, to lay Ihe foun a'in for a, week's ertrnt. t IT a t to blither the Mister's cause. Thee ea::K' from towns tieur ami fa'r aay, bljc.v-ii'jj that the f'd M .rrisvi'ie pi'iK.iis, v. litre lor years .Votio'i-fs In-, ve been wont, to wnr-d:ii. Imv-1 boi 1. )t-f, in ponui i ; tav, out, I'llHi.M i lends to increased support in the p'.-iv t!n mrtiHire:neiit d"-;re. Tb" lis;i-l div and h .'IM'u' i.ie, t i( ps vid be held I'.xvh y the eek, v. irh i'ler-as'nir iirti'ii.hinre at eacii h V'nll lintd S;ir!.iv. II I I eouliuay beixnt I. if --i..u j-irs ii'd ur.ythiri.r t ja !! from. li'-triuiTs' Min't iiij;. Through the enterprise of Clement Saiith and (je rge TVrr'll a Farmer's Summer Meet'iig is to bp h 1 I on the Cunipuie, ting C -oundsni-xtTusday, coaitiiencinp at ten o'clock. The array of talent from abroad is qui'e remarkable tor a patheiing of Ui'B nature, at this time of year, and a good attendance of those directly interested should be the he-'utiest greeting our (ii .tinpuished iitors can receive. Tiiey come to n.i laden a i-;h research into the midlives of na ture, to tell us of what has been done in the past and what we must expect cf the future. () j the other hand dis tinguished local speakers will tell id' that w 1 i di has been accomplished, by dint of study and practice, from the bottom runi: of the ladder upthe whole of which onht to be nn infer cstinp obj-et I. ss -.it, we worthy to pattern of er by il,oe ho have not thought OUt the )io!i'"ffs nf success- f.il agricul tire as ap b- J to modern times and mettiod. The program, vh'ch f. .!;ws. is re j;h te wit h good t In - p-, hi h tur nieti t si thought and p-.sronoriiie:il iff rt, tor both go h nd ia tiand .-'o b there to reap the fu'l b-nefif. I'HOG HAM. Mrsic 1 0 00 a. m. AiMie. s of We'c nie, C K. Siititti. Morrisville. ':Vtne of tbn Nievcr h iu At'ricniinre." Prof. J. L Hills, .KtutH A.r c illut.-il Cnl li'ge. Ml'sic "Crowing Good Crops in a U; v iiwiii," Hen. T. Terry, "of Ohio. Ii.' 30 p. m. linsto1 Dint er MIHIC. l'ejwr: "i.ifo on tin? Farm." Mrs. I.ni Gi'c, MonhvPV It marks by Governor E 0. Suiitli, ol .St. Al bane. Mrsic ' Tb( Ailv-:intyt's rf Fm aiers' O'-utnniz items cod the Peni'intls of tlin Times f r Vorin"d HeK.nr Attainments iu Agricultural l'ur-i-nits,' Hon Anron.IoniH of Imlinnn, MiiR'crof tln National (i i ange A ort Talk on "The SV if -'s Share," Hon. T. B. Terry. The S". J. & L. C. railroad has m le the local rate ns follows, pood ooly Aug. 22: E ist Hard wick, HOc; Jt irdwick, 70c; Wolott, 40c; Mor rif Ville, 10,:, Hyde Park, 10c; Johu eao, 30c; Cambridge Junction, (i()e; atid the Central Vermont extends c. rnpmeeting rates, by asking, go as to include this meeting date. Daughter' Lire. , I am the mother of eight ehil lren and hnve had ii Kr,1"t oVil of experience. ith medicines. I, it Niiintner my lit tle daughter hud the dysentery in its worst form. We thought would die. I tried everything 1 could think of. but, nothing r 'etned to do her nny jr-iod. I saw by an advertisement in our pa rrthilt Chamberlain's Colic, Choleta und V srihoea He nedy was highly recommended nod sent and got a bottle at. once, It prov ed to be one of the best iii"iliniic,A weeverhHd ia the house. It, saved my little daughter' li!. I am nnxiom for every nother to know w'it nn ex "client, medicine it is. Had i known it ut II rut it would have suvml me n g -et deal of aiixiely and my little daughter miH-h snff -ritig. Yours truly, M lis. F. Urn n ck, Liberty, U. I. For sale by Hall & Cbeti ev, Morrisville; Ur. T. P. Hubbell, Wolcott; C P. Jones, Johnson; J, J. Vearen, Stjwe. Tho drought is seriously directing but-in"s in Veruioiit. At Montpelier, many of the toi)f sheds have been obliged to shut down and the same Is true of innnufncturiiig es tablishments ut Vergennes, Brandon, etc. The Town School. The S'-hool directors have made the following assignment of teachers for ttie fall schools: Kvn Ciiiiipliell, the Cornpift dUtriec. L F. Me arth.v. Cady' Fall riihtrii-t. Itlonel.e I'rek, No. 4, Campbell district. Carrie L-arawav, No. 5. South Laporte. Nfllm Hadley, No C, SpnuUling dintriet. Stella HHdlcy, No. 7, Plains diwtriot. Edith Dodg'-, No. 0, Adams district. A I hv V1 iner. No 1 0, .' d diHtrii't. Clara CarptaitiT, No. 13, North Laporte. Andy I'dall, No 14. Edwards diHtriet. T. J. S'pwart, No. 15, Darlinndistrii t. Clara Dodtje, No. l(i. Tyndall district. Edna billings, No. 19, Billings district. Schools at the Corners, Cady's Falls aud the Billinps distiiet will commence A up. 28, and in the other districts Sept. 4. "X Celebrated Case." ' Iii the opinion of a good many people the stape at town hall has never been priced with so strong a cast of amateur characters, putting forth s i much tff rt, as on last Thursday ami Friday eveninsrs, un der the guidance of Mr. C. W'aleor-llas-il, who has for several years used hisKU.niner vacation iu tuis di rection. The play is one of Dennery's best, far excelling the. "Two Orphans," andtoreich the popular favi r, in its rendition, speaks wtll of our loci I talent as a whole, to say nothing of the c!iane iu the cast that was made but a few days before the first night, w hen the parts of "Adrienne," had to ben-s imed by Miss Cora Woolward and that, of "Valentine" by Miss Ila Xiles, while Don Sanders had to fill "Dloom" Palmer's place as the .-vMt'S -h il'' f eble, wrinkled and wan. A-ilefrom this the hall pro pt t in wa corn ct. Tne music for th" two evenings was furnished by Si one's Orchestra Per cy Si one, violinist; Mrs. E LI. Stone, pi-mist ; Curl A. Oile, cornet; W. J. -I ii rsnr, trombone, and Fabius U--orpi c'arionet, and riht well this (;art was filled. A call for the repetition of the play has t.e n made, mid next Tuesday evening has been selected, so if you want to see some good acting be on hau l tle-n. The Eastern Star Chap ter will share in the net proceeds, as it did iu the two first performances. ELMOKE. Mi.- Sn ie Perry is visiting her friend Mrs. lMdv Hnihml. Mrs Alice We' t!i of New I amps!-. ire is vis iting her father, A. O Sillowtiy. bit t te H;ize! Silver of CrHttsbury is spend ini sometime nt W.N. Sillowny's. i 'ii ri el ,-it'd Ch?s''1s Cnmp of Inrre visited t le i i- ft i n "ill it her Jouepli Cauip over Sunday. Fie I VleDei -mid, v, ife nnil little dnuubter. Kii.ie ot Montpe'ier visited at F. L. Slnytoti's tin- h',t oi tl e eek. II"V 11 E. Howard mid family nnd sr-ver-i,l ot I e-s luiV" been attetiiiinj; t he ciiinpineet, injx ut l'liii-1 Fulls in Johnson the past. week. flu ring the severe t'limder shower of Satur day e- c dug, lightning struck four timis within a rmliiiM of a few roils in the villtme once burning out, the telephone at. W. N Sil lowoy's. once a tree j 1st, hi.ck of where Spnuld i:.):K -lioj was liurned splitting it, into kind lings, hiitisg the town bull tearing off shin glis und irtheiwise damnging the tower mid for t be'second t inie within a fo v weeks going down tl o chiuiinney of the old hotel tearing up floors knocking the stove to pieces .-iinl going through into the cellar. Mr. Miller n.t.ys the place is noiv for sale. Merritm-3!iavr-Wedding. Lust Wednesday afternoon occurred the tuni ringH ol Bert E. Mrriiini. son of A. E. Men i i in, h nil Carrie A. Shaw, daughter of .Sirs. Joseph I ,i in p. n II of this place, which was Hol"iiuiiz-d at, the Methodist church. The church whs profusely and l,eiiut ifully decornted to reprei-eiit a grove, with ferns, i leiiiiit s. nHpnrngus. g 1 ln rod and a pro fusion of II iwers. At two o'clock Miss Lena Irish of Vlorrisville struck up the wedding march and the bridal party entered the church. Frank Merriam, brother of the groom find Lin-ins Nnyesof Hyde Park as uroom in -n preei'd-d t he groom a ml Arthur lit us ns tiest man, down t lie aisle to the iiltur. Then cum" Misses Grace Camp and Zola Hill of vtiin'p "Iter, attired in whitemull, as brides maids, f ilimveil by VI iss Fl ireuc ) Fassett in w hite over pink, in m lid of honor, w ho pre ceded t he In iite et, iced iu white mull trimmed with white nniu ribbon, and white lace vail, iiccoinpiini, d bv L. L Camp, who ow ing to 1 he ill iess of the tn-ide's tather was to give t he t'l i 'e n ay The bride's party marched ui t he center aisle and were met at the ultar by the groom. The ceremony was performed by K v .1. E. Crocker, minister of the First Itnpt ist church ol Fairfax, Vt , assisted by Itev 1. 0 Sherburne, niter which a reception was held in the vesiry ol the church, which was also prett ily decorated for the occasion. The bride mid groom received the cojigrutu biiionsof tin ir ninny friendsstntiding under a beaut iui! iirch of clematis and flowers. Ice creii'ii und cuke were served, after which, Mr. and Mrs Menidiu left f n a trip to Boston and vicinity Among out of town guests were noticed Mrs E 1 1 It, id ley of Uritnlhld, 111.; Mrs. C. W. Mllowny. Ibitlund, Vt ; Messrs. Shepurdson, Alfred, Keeman und Ford with their wives, ol 'Fairfax; Mr Motilton and wife, of Stowe; Mr. Henry Puffer find wile, of Itichford; Mrs. I'.et j Sun born and daughter, of Greensboro; Mr. in,.. heeler and wile, of Harnwick; It I). Sun v and wi'e, A. I,. Chenev and wife. J. F. riniitiits and wile, Misses Unubee, Chase unit Fish of Mori isvil'e; Mrs. Olive Bailey, Montpeliir and Miss Edna Kelley, Hyde ru ik. '1 ne in nny nsi ful and beautiful gifts attest to t he popularity of the young eotlpM and ester m in which they are held ami what is Elmore s loss will he Hurdwick Vg!iin. as Mr. Meiriani has In en enguiied ns Priucipal of the school there and they are to be at home there lifter September 8. Kivemlile. Mrs. Jam" K, 11-y spent a weak, with rela lives in Fuirfleld. Miss (T.rn Crow, II from the Street visited Mrs. El 1 1 Lil ey iec 'iitly. It. C. Ban es is making notieeallo improve ments about his premises. Mrs. Ella Gray from North Hydo Park has been spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. l.illcy. MifS Maude Story from Voroemesand Mrs J. A. Peurl from Join sun visited Mrs. Flora Hooper last ne luesdny. Mrs. Carroll Stymies nml children from ricsiint Valley spent a few days with rela lives iu mi pidci recently. FieJ C.'owell and wif i were c iKe.l to. Wn.it, Enosburgh last, week by theteriou illuees of their gruiulinother, Mrs. Bliss. Mrs. I ynthia Mil's, mother of A. J, Mills and over HO years id I. fell on the Veranda and sprained her hip, sj she Is confined to the bed at this writing. The Aootbing nnd henlinjf properties o ("liiiinbcrlitln'H Couh Itemedy, it pleunant tHHte aud prompt and permanent cures, have mnde it a ((rent favorite with the people everywhere. For wib by Hull & Chenev, Morrisville; Dr. T. I Hubbell, Wolcott; C. i'. Jones, Johnson; J. J. Veuren, Stowe. EDEN. Mn-s Wellmun from Lowell Is the guest of hybil yi arreu. Alvin Lampher and children have been hav ing the meusles. Mrs. B. B. Bluke led the Y. P. S. C. E. ser vice Sunday evening. George Cbambeiluin and wife have re turned from Newport. Mrs. H. E. Loelilin will have charge of the service next Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Buggies and little son from Lyndonville are visiting friends in town. Several from this town attended the cdinp meetinif Sunday at lthiel Falls, Johnson. Mrs. D. S. Sc itt of Johnson and M. J. Fisk of Boston, both former residents, were in town Sunday. The road near the outlet ot North Pond has beeu much improved and work is still going on there. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Whitcomb and Mr, aud Mrs. Chas. Whitcomb of Hvde.Park spent Monday at North Pond. Several partii s were in town the past week looking for desirable points on which to lo cate their cottage or cottages next season. A new building 30x12 is in process of erec tion at Point Luke View. A tine new road has been made near the top of the ti ll, and further improvements may be looked for. Miss Brnnnon from St. Albans and Miss viruce Brown Irotn Belvidcre weio guests of Miss Katie Lampher Thursday. Miss Lam pher has be m home during t ie illness of the fimily. Iu cnmp at Point Luke View the past we"k were V. A. Ballard and turn ily ot Byrlingti n. Leo Dates and family of Hyiie Park, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bullard and Miss Vivian Bullard of North Hyde Park. Mr. and Mis. Lew s Smith of Cady's Fulls and Mr. and Mis Chauncey Crocker and Mi.-s Lebi Wlnttemoro of North Hyde Hark visited the camp at the s.-imo time aud pluco. It, seems to lie the deHire of some to change tV' name of our lovely body ol water known in the atlas as the North Fond. Four names have been proposed, till good enough in themnlves, but wliat is the matter with its geographical name, iilrea ly established? Your correspondent has been asked to c ill it Lake Eilen, Gihon Luke, Peuil Luke and Mir ror Lake.hur, we do not feel like taking tlie responsibility of changing the name so long known. However, Luke Eden would be our pn ference. Posters are out announcing a gala day at Jen Pond Friday, Aug. IS, under the man agement of the Luke View lioat Club This is t he first time in i he season that they hoe mnilean attempt to entettuin the public on their grounds und no pains will be spared to make it a day of enjoyment. All are invited. e lsh dinners will be served at their ne v din ing hall nt 50 cents: regular dinners, 25 cents. The Woterville band will discourse sweet, music. Ihe steamboat, "Magnolia, has been s. cured bv the' club fur the day. I'roineuiide and dance at the pavilion in the ulternoon, dni.cn in 1 he evening ut rhe snii.e lao. fee cream; cake unil coffee will be fur nished. F'ull bill tor the evening, 51) rents. Point Luke View, where is erected the pavil ion n nil dining hall, "is one of the finest spot s in Northern Vermont," so sny those that have Keen it and their decision w ill stand ap prove 1 unless dispute. Come and see tor yourselves. EAST FAIRFIELD. C. J. Ited is earring a large mount of niui.iv in1 wiio .?Lxi.iin . , Miss Georgia Scott of Biikersfhld v:sited at Mis. E. C. Colouru's, te ently. Miss Bessie Criw of Sheldon, spent Sunday ns the guest of Miss Winuie Moorcy. Miss Mattie Collmrn is borne from Faii- fleld, where she bus been visiting relatives. The East Fuiific'd Cornet Hand furnished the music at a reception held at the residence of Isaac Chase of Fletcher. -r - The Literary Society met, nt residence of Uowdish Hill, Tuesday night. Afier the program a social time was enjoyed by all. William Llowrignn, E. A. Wells, W. H. loorev and I ke N. ('base, t Mok in the races at StuubridgeStation, P.Q. the 8th and tKh. The old entf of swearing liquor, was ob tained at t he town liquor agency is Ixcnm imr vct.v unpopular. Leon Ituthburn, of Montpelier, sot drunk, and disclosed on the nueticy. Kcsult, ?. and coststordriink.ifii.J. (Kl fine and costs for obteining liq lor un der fahe pretences, total .J-'ij H. "Itehinir hemorrhoids were the pl.igtie of my me. nan almost, wini. uoan n oint ment cured me quickly ami permanently, after doctors had failed." C. F. Corn well, Valley Street, "'augeities, N. Y. eOilllAIIOl Notice to Fakirs and Peddlers. If you want to make money at the Fairs this fall, come to us for Cigars, Candy and Notions. We offer 1000 yards light and dark Outing Flannel at 5c yard, worth 500 yards liates Ginghams at 5c yard. Shirt Waists worth 75c and Si. 00 for 25c. We are shewing the advance line of men's fur and wool hats for fall and winter at bargain prices. SMALL, The Tea Man, 1X0P.IIXS YILLS, YEEIIONT. We have just received our first invoice of fall dress goods to which! we call the attention of the ladies in this vicinity who wish for something that is first-class and strictly new. Tlease bear in mind that the best things in new dress goods have to be bought early in order to secure the m at all. Plaid Skirt Patterns are among the nobbiest things for fall wear and we are showing exclusive patterns no two alike chosen from one of the great New York importing houses that are simply elegant. Black Crcnsa, DrCS3 GooiS in patterns are just received and to say that they are handsome but faintly expresses it. Crepons will be the only up-to-date fancy black goods Ivnlfma Cloth.. A plain black all wool rroods with a finish like satin, warranted not to spot, and We only rnention a few of the many sec mem. All Summer Goods are beinrr Shirt Waists, Crash and l'ique Skirts and light Wrappers at and below actual cost. GEO. F. MORRISTOWN. Alorso Shnle and wife of Craftsbury visited at Mauuel Bailey's Saturday and Sunday. Bye Adams is spending a well earned vaca tion with bis brother Guy at Oiford, N. 11. Miss Emma Bannister is spending a lew days with ber grandmother, Mrs. Churles Burd ick. Miss Viola Burdick of North Hyde Park is spending afewwe ks with ber mother, Mrs Hoi ind Burdick. Mrs 0. W. Cheff,,e and daughters, Maud and Florence, visited at Morton Cbuflee's Thursday ol last wejk. Mrs. Albert Douglass and daughter Ruth were the guests of Mertnn Chaffee and wile Wednesduy of lust week. I). B. Shaw is nursing a badly out knee, the result of an accident while working among his apple tie -s last week. Roy and Myit e Mncomber returned Sun day morning from Herbert Joc ihs', where they had beeu visiting the past few dirys. Carroll Gates has returned to his home in New York, but, his daughter will stay with her aunt. Mis. E. B. Gde, during the remain der of the summer. Company E, 7'h Vermont Vols, have a re union at Volney Gilumre's Aug. 23 18!!) at No. Hyde Park, instead of at Harrison Goodale's. Transportation fne from John sou. A ciw belonging to Manuel Bailey broke a leg while out to pastu.e Sunday. It seems that in stepping over a log oae foot was caught under some roots. Her struggles cuused the above incident. EDEN MILLS. Dr. Gunge and family of Hyde P irk still so joiirns ut Mine Host Stone's. The doctor's he ilth has improved wonderfully while hire und ho is pin p ising to stay another week. The Social Club will ho i a business meet ing Saturday evening, Aug. 111. ut 7 o'clock. All the members are requested t i utte'id. as there is business to attend to. lie sure and c.uiie. The meeting is to be held iu their pa vilion at the I ike. The lake is proving to be an attraction that all inter, sled lein be piomi of. Hardly n dny ptisi-es but what, newcomers are note I. The sue-? ss of the enterprise is more potent every day und great, preparations are still going on. The Lake View as well us ti e So cial I'luli are sparing no pains to make it tho pleisantest place for an outing in the Giein Mountain sta te. Card from Judge Powers. To the I'oU-rx of the Jrirst Conrcxsionnl Vh.Li ict : In view of the attack that is hcing made upon me as your representa tive, by Gov. Page in the news papers, I beg to say that it the proper time I will meet you, face to face, and make complete answer to all charges that have been or may be made against me. II. Henry Powers. Morrisvillc. Vt., Aug. 1, is;it). Itev J. M. Yintliiiu, pastor cf the liedford Slrei-t Methodist church nt I'nmherliind, Md. snys: "It nff irds me much pleasure to rec ommend CliHintici Iain's Colic, Cholera arid Diarrhoea It in, dy. I have used it nnd know ot hers who have so. I have never known it, to tail. It is 11 sure cute when taken in time." For sale by Hall & Chenev, ivtorrisvil'e: Dr. T. P. Hnhheil, Wolcott; C. P. Jones, Johnson; J. .1. Vearen, Stowe. Estate cf Cesrga Wilkinson. OOMMMHIOSF.US' NOTICE. The undcrsltriied, bavins; been appointed by the Hon. Probate Court for the District of La moille, Commissioners, to receive, examine, ami adjust all claims und demand if all persons atiainst the estate of denize Wilkinson, late of Wolentt, in said District, deceased, nnd nil claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby irive notice that we will meet for the purposes ufiiresaiiliittiieresiilei.ee of the late Geo VVil KliiHiui. in Woteolt, on the iid day ef .Sept. and (iih day i f Feb., next, from 10 o'cinck a. in. until I c'cinck p. in., each of said das. ami that six months from the 7th (lav 't August. A. D. 1MI9. is the time limited hy said Court lor said creditors to present their claims to us lor CN niiiiniitiiin nml allowance. Dated at Wolcott, this 1 1 1 It dav of August, A. D. ISO!). C. A. ltfcKD. J. D. MAIM' IN, 41 CoimuM.-ion;rs. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM 24 Olennsca and bimititics the hair. romutc-B a luxuriant frruwth. evpr Fails to Host ore Gray Hair to its 0utI1ful Color. M'2 Curt? prtilp lfntn & huiMumg. (.. ' , ii mi i 1 "i nr. iru; ;ri-;8 1 BARGAIH 8' ,E The Pcriland Sircei Dry Goods Store. J this fall. water proof, is new and very handsome new goods, but ask you to call and sold at very low prices to close them EARL,E, iviorrisville, Vt. NEW CLOTHING STORE! To Th.0 PlMis. Being connected as we are with one of the largest manufacturers on Broadway, New York, places us in a position to supply the trading public with many genuine bargains unapproached by any other firm in this section. The goods that are to be found on our newly con structed counters are new, perfectly tailored in every respect, made by the best "UNION TAILORS" of New York and Rochester, They aie up-to-date for fall and winter wear, desirable, and the prices the lowest that you ever imagined in your wildest dreams. EXTRAVAGANT ASSERTIONS will never appear in our announcements. Men's and young men's Suits from $2.98 to $12.00. Pants, from 49c to $3-75- Children's Suits from 4 years up to 15 years, for 75c up to $3.75. Boys' Knee Pants 19c to 66c. Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Shoes from 85c to $3.00. Hats for men 39c to $2.25. Shirts, black and white stripes, 35c. Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hose 5c pair. Ttl. ROSENBERG & CO., Globe Stand, opposite Post Office, MORRISVILLE, VT. !j i':o Furniture Business, And all my life a resident of this town. You ought to know me ! Tlease accept my thanks for your continued favors and confidence. You have doubtless found out that what I promise I perform. I forgive you all for trying new places in hope of bettering my goods and prices, for you all come back and bring more friends with you. Your loss has been my gain, for you have found out my word is good and my goods are the best and that I will not misrepresent an article for the sake of selling you. My midsummer sale never was better. My stock is clean, new, up-to-date, and will be kept so. We always have some things in remnants to close out at less than cost to make room for a new stock. Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Curtains, Oil Cloth. Linoleum, Matting, Lamps, Mirrors, Portieres, Wall Paper, Doors, Windows, Glazing, White Lead, Mixed Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Artists Goods aad Pisturo Framing, Baby Carriages, Eojs' Wagons aad Tcys. Sano Feller. 8. W. DOTY, The Furniture ian, 20 Main Street, MORRISVILLE. VT. iiiinii 111 Coohies and Cahes. Largest line in town. Prices from 10 to 50 cents per pound. Call and look them over. Fruit for this week : PEACHES PEARS GRAPES BAHANAS iELOIS LEMS Coffee that can't be matched ; prices, 2 pounds 25c, 15, 20, 25, 33 and 34c pound. Try a pound ol our 39c Jap Tea. The quality is as good as any sold for 50c. Yours to save money, 0. S EiQUGHTOfi I 00a, MORRISVILLE. VERMONT. a -ore tin MID-SUMMER ? and never a dull day in our store. Did you ever come into our store and see us idle, and why should we ? We sell better goods at a lower price than any other dealer in Lamoille county. . If there is an article you can't buy where 'you trade, try us. HOW DrCSS Goods. We open this week the most exclusive line o Dress Goods that will be shown in Lamoille county this season and you are cordially invited to call and examine the new goods whether intending to purchase or not. Now Plaids, New Crepons, New Suitings. in connection with the new goods coming in we shall continue our very liberal otter ot including the waist and skirt lining free of charge with all full patterns at 50c per yard or over. NOW RiTjDOnS- Have you seen the new ribbons? If not call in and look them over, they are manufacturers' latest productions and all at popular prices. NOW Tablo Linens. As the result of a lucky purchase we place on sale this week some of the grandest values we ever offered in Table Linens. Uleached Damask, fine and firm, all linen, only 50c ; the usual , 7Sc kind at 59c, and the 81.25 quality at $1.00. Huslin TTnderwoar. The steady increase in our sales on these goods is the most convincing argument in their favor. If you appreciate a fine fitting, thoronghly made and stylish garment, try them once and you will wear no other in the future. IlOSiory Spscial. We are making a leader of a ladies' black hose, guaranteed stainless, with double sole, high spliced heel and worth 19c pair for 15c pair or 2 pairs for 25c. Its equal was never shown in town at the price. Shooting. There was an error made in the price of our sheeting in last week's paper, it should have been 40 'inch lirown Sheeting, actually worth Gjc, for a few days only, 5 c. Buy liberally as co.ttons are ad vancing. GEO. K. CURRIER & CO., Morrisvilie, 0 CURRIER & SI Vermont.