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NEWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. ,900.
Just Heceived, A lull line of 'liP ftimm Windsor Itull.er Calhirrt, j.itt tti thing fur lii.-yclp riders. fief, cur prc'H on the Morrow (Vmsier P.rtke and be attoiJshed. REMEMBER V have in nil -iz,H nfc r(,ck bottom prices. Ei j iy nulkinjr by using " Ki 11?" 011 your rows. We also have BpraN ers for applying the sitme. E. E. HOLMES & CO., Johnson. Money Orders Given Away ! That's what we Hre doing. Come ia 8 ad let m ti ll you how to get them. This is no f,tke. A. II. KEELER, Hyde Park, - Vermont. Lamoille Central Academy arid Hyde Park Graded School. -FaH Term begins TUESDAY, SEPT 4. Tliormit;h preparation for College In Classical and Latin Courses. Pr. ct eal course in himlisli. leiioliero' Course leads to two earn' oertillcato. Tuition 3.5J per term, tfur particular., or board anu rooms, apply to K. L. ISO ALLS, Principal. Hyde Park, Vt , Aug. 14, lit'. NOTICE. Notice la hereby given thatapp'ication will be made to Hie t4e. ml Assembly of Hie State of Vermont, at its next rt'trulhr session to enact a law raising a tax on tbe County of Lamoille, n t to exceed i wo cents on a dollar of the Grand List, of said county, lor the purpose of complet ing the repairs begua on the Com ty buildings, a' d make changes at jail as uirccted by the Grand Jury. . , Dated at Hyde Park, Vt., this 14th clay of August, liiuO. GBiBlATfOU BARGAIN STI JSS"0PEN EVERY EVENING j&g Gentlemen, our advance line of FALL HATS are now ready for your inspection, phasize one special line, We want to em- "THE TUILLERIES," an imported hat and style, you that is strictly up-to-now in quailty will find them only here. Other novelties in hitrh grade headwear that will please you. Ladies, a few more of those MIIRT WAIST bargains left, now bunched in two lots, going at 50c and 75c; former prices 98c to $1.69. Last call on Crash and Duck Skirts, prices cut in two. SMALL, The Tea Man, Down at the Wrong End, MORRISVILLE, VT. MACHINES ! si $35.00. Guaranteed for Five Years, at GILE L CHURCHILL'S, MORRISVILLE. VERMONT. ESTABLISHED IN 1868 "3- HENRY R. MACK, Quarry owner and Contractor in GRANITE WORK OF ALL KINDS. Fine Monumental Vcrk a Specialty. Dark Blue Hardwick, Barre, Quincy, Westerly, Scotch and Swede Granites and Marble. HARDWICK, VERMONT. Ladies' glercerized Undershirts We are showing this week a new line of those very handsome and popular goods. They come in black, blue, red and purple and are made up in elegant shape and from the best quality of mercerized sateen. Be sure to see these skirts before you buy anything of the kind. ' White Shirt Waists We have a new supply of white waists in sizes 32, 34, 36, made from fine India Linen and trimmed with 18 tucks and four rows of insertion down the front and six tucks and one row of in sertion in the back a regular $2.50 waist, which we are selling at $1.50. In colored Waists we have a very good assortment in all sizes which we are closing out at half price, regardless of cost. We have just a few CRASH SKIRTS closed out at a bargain. left and they will be A new line of "Wrappers just roceivod. BED. F. ERRLE, MORRISVILLE. Rev. V. M. Hardy, D. D., of Ran dolph, arrived in town yesterday and went to Caspian Lake to-day. The doctor has resinned his pastorate at Randolph, where he has been lo cated 22 years. He has a cad to Dover, Me. ,, Geo. E. Towb, who had not fully recovered irom a fall tb rough f the high beams, "dropped a stitch, or several of them, in his back, last week, and has been somewhat crippled since George thinks he is "playing in nar luck this summer. George Dyke has been devoting h attention more closely than ever t farming this season, md as a resu can show six acres of corn that fti nished roastinsr eats lust week. I also has 14 acres of barley and oat that experts rate above tbe averaj The wHtprmplon. ftnriteloupe, pea and pear are the only things that the Vprmnnt cardens and orcuarus u.eu a.nv nrnrwtinn for t.hee davs. Ouri gardeners and orchardists supply the rest and of a prime quality, too. Plenty of garden truck of the home grown kind these days. The WomanVChriHtian Temper ance Onion and the Woman's Club will make a strong protest to the candidacy of a high license man as Representative. Tbe programs of the work of the coming year for the Woman's Club can be obtained by the members at the library. W. W. Peck is somewhat of a lum ber magnate. During the past sea son at hie three mills one in tbis town and two in BakmfielJ the output foots up 3,100,000 feet, with the work for the season not yet corn oleted. The entire output woild make quite a pile if possible to viefr' it as a whole. , John Gould of, Ohio, a speaker on agricultural tonics of national repu tation, accompanied by Mrs. Gould; arrived here Saturdav anil were tne auests of Mr. , and Mrs. C. F. Smith' over Sinday. Mr. Gould is not a stranger to our people, as be has vis ited this section before and addVesed farmers' meetings here. Tbe weather was not very favorable for the Epworth League lawn party at A. II. Campbell's Aug. 7, invert be less about 50 gatheied and passed a pleaantevening. Musical entertain ment was furoifhtd by MittsfsCora Woodward, UaNjles and Miss Noble, who accompanied her, which was very much enjoyed and appreciated. The work of painting the esterior of the school buildiugs has been push ed as rapidly as the weather condi tions would permit. Vie Heath and men handled the new structure, while C. H. Small and men devoted their attention to the Academy, toning down the coloring to a great degre, forming a more pleasant contrast with tbe surroundings. A good many of ow--hWi .pie will recollect Mr. and Mrs. I Browning, who recently It fc here for Hanover, N. H., where Fred has position in a boot and shoe store. It is the intention of these worthy rp pie, who made a large circle of frier Is during their stay here, to commeioe housekeeping soon, and of coyse they will be at-home to Morrislle callers. . ' Sunday afternoon, while MraG. M. Woodside was seated in her r l,or, with her back to the windgw, je heard a crash of glass and felt'pe vere blow in the head. At first '.'ie thought she had been struck b' a bullet, but investigation revised that it was a stone that had ben hurled from gravel bank hill. Bys should be more careful in their cil lery practice with cobble stoncj It was lucky for her that she wa1 lot facing the window. Sheriff Stevens was in town Man day evening and left his umbnllt in front of Stone's store. On laving the store Chas. , Brigham pielM up the storm shelter and went jir bis team, when he found he was long" on umbrellas. A two-fortj gait brought Charles back with tip um brella and an apology, but Jonks had departed witn a uorrowed tirtkle. Tbe man returning an umbrtlln in the midst of arainstormlivesidMor- nsviile. Let it be known to nil t world. The insurance on the farm h.nii.1. ings, etc., of F. L. Slayton, reeenthr burned in JMmoie has been adjust! by the Vermont Mutual Insurant Co., but not wholly to the sariufH.. tion of the insured partv. Ia nrk scneauie is enumerated "dairy cools .' ana in anotner. "separator," tt. disagreement being as to the clasci. ncation of the milk separator, tkfi company contending it came in m.. der the bead of dairy tools, while the there, consequently Mr. Slayton gets no insurance money on his separator The adjustment has "hunc- fW' fJti some time. By the final settlemehr 1MI, UlttJIlUU gfiu UUOUl ifJbOO Probably nearly all hereabouts ara fully aware that last week contained about as much warm weather as 1 usually alloted to thissfntinn sf.A day, apparently containing thegreaT est quantity, tbe rising sun aasumlC areddishhue. Along towardHevenlhr; one of the heaviest windstorms Z companied by a heavy rainfall, rw ' "I"-"' v'e uaviest par, of .-wm F. uuouij uuj uot reach tbis il 11 era kVniv, f V. .. , 'I' .liftv. iiuui nil, BCH1 icrpll m,ti.,- coining to this oflice it is learned tU t the corn crop is the one nustaing the most damage, though 8wa,h fumutfu tue .loresU in several places TheekctricM was quite brilliant, accompanied 'R uKuv.y ijcniB oi tuunder E. It. Sherbu rne of Boston m lfpat summer guest arrival at The Ran dall. Topic books, from the News and Cit;zen press, have just been got en out by tbe Congregational Christian Endeavor Society. A clerk in one of our Morrieville stores has been accused of selling pea beans for salt Dan Spaulding has been appointed rt feree in the matter, and his decision is anxiously waited for. It is stated that J. S. Banicter is to join with those closiog their busi ness places Tuesday and Thursday evenings. It is a wise move, and we trust the few who have been holding out will conclude to do likewise. ANOTHER It ALLEY. On Thursday evening Aug. 23, Hon. W. W. Stickney, Republican candidate for Governor, and Hon. J. L. Martin of Brattleboro will address tbe voters of Morristown on the is tne of the day, at which time a band will be engaged to furnish the music. There should be a general attendance from this and adjoining towns on tbe flag raising as well as this occasion. The Granite Sheds. town which pushes forward 'The here in Vermont to secure manufuc turing plants will generally succeed, though it may take ears to mal e a f-uccess of it. MorriBVille has bad some experience in this line, and con tributed thousands of dollars for it. Some of the enterprises it has foster ed ha ve proven to be successes, and some failures. Tbepeople havenever become discouraged over the failure part, for if thev had, a stop would have been made years ago. At the present time a bid has been made by a neighboring town for one of our industries. It came to Morrisvil'e under similar auspices, and was well cared for. A paper has been in circu lation for some time to get the stock holders of the granite sheds to relin quish their holdings to Drew Daniels, provided he would enlarge the works, purchase the grounds, aud maintain tie plan n a number of years. Most of the stockholders relinquished their holdings. Tf e ground is owned by Fiok & Slocum, and the building and large part of the machinery is in the Assignee Com t to find out, whether the title rests with John Brechin, e sis ,or a local company. If we under stand the situation correctly, a fail ure on tbe part of Mr. Danieis to se cure a further lease is what hus precip itated action at this time. Another report contiihutes it to a concession of freight rats on tbe part of the Central Vermont Eailroad. It this be true, it means a good deal to the anufacturer. 1 hereisnogreatneed f getting excited over the matter, no we believe the Morrit-ville public ble and willing to talk over the mi's calmly and dispassionately. re never was a more approacnaole ji rrfiiu iui iruiuicD ui uiur. muu iuau I rif.lt here. Perhaps Mr. Daniels will oniflu. no uc uavj uuc icuu ui buituo, liere .lectric liehts and water priv ileges free, and the good will of our citzens, to further the cause, a larger investment than offered to him at Waterbury. The matter should be ooked after, before it is too late. Take Notice Election comes Sept. Caucuses for the nomination of iepresentutives should be held at least 15 days before that, as certifi cates of nomination must be filed with the Town Clerk not less than Sfteen days before election. ' th lie wide AMERICA'S REPRESENTATIVE FASHION MAGAZINE,. ... THE DESIGNER Published flonthly ' VITH HANDSOME , COLORED PLATES." ALSO ILLUSTRATES THE CELEBRATED Standard Patterns The only reliable patterns, because they allow seams. Subscription Price: $1.00 a year. 10 cents for single copies. CANVASSErT WANTED FOR THIS PUBLICATION. Liberal cash commission. Write for sample copy and terms to Subsorlp- " tion Department, i THE DESIGNER, 33 Vest Mth St., New York City. S 4 l I WEBBING STATIONERY Vehavein stock 'he finest erades of Wedding Stationery: Announcements. Imitations, (lards, etc., printed and w hen the work is comnh-ted only an Mtrt can tell that it to not a fob of engraving. We would ikfl to do your work at the job Department of the News and Citizen Oflice. t Making Both Ends Meet. It is often one of the perplexities of life and 'where there is a large family the problem is somewhat complicated. When the time comes round for additional goods to be added to the home, we can make the matter easy for you. Here 's where you have the advantage over buyers who buy elsewhere. If you have been thinking of purchasing Ladies' or Children's Shoes just drop ia and let us show you what twe are doing to save you money. Ladies' Low Shoes. Just 13 pairs left in the lot, a good shoe at $1, to mcve them quickly, only 75c per pair. Misses Dongola Button Shoes, sizes 12 to 2, manufactured to retail at $1.25 per pair, as a special inducement for a few days we shall sell them at 81 per pair. Soft Sole Shoes for Babies, in a large variety of styles, actually worth from 35c to 50c; as the result of a lucky purchase we shall sell them for 25c per pair. Good variety of colors and styles in both lace and button. We wish to especially call the attention of parents and heads of families to the above items as they are very much less than the same goods can be bought for elsewhi re. Cotton Dress Goods in a good variety of colorsmany of them in small even checks, styles copied from the wool goods, and actually worth 10c and i2 i4c per yard, sale price only 7c per yard. Tbis is an unusual op portunity to secure school dresses at about the price of common prints. New Plaid Back Dress Goods For Eainy Day Skirts. We place on sale this week some new styles in plaid back dress goods, the regular $1.75 quality, but to boom the sales in our dress goods department we shall sell these very desirable goods at 81.39 per yard. Don't delay buying too long as the supply is limited and the goods are actually worth $1.75 to day. We also wish to call your attention to our line of nice black dress goods ranging in price from $1.00 to $1.75 per yard, an assortment which cannot be duplicated outside of the large cities and which we would like to compare with goods found there. Separate Dress Skirts. We are constantly receiving new goods in this department but at this time wish to especially call your attention to a few special items: A special value in a ladies' skirt at $1.69, sold by many at $2. A line of dress skirts with extra large waist measures, (hard goods to find elsewhere.) A rainy day skirt at $3.75 as good as sold by many at 84.50 and $5.00. Also a line of colored dress skirts in Misses sizes. ( Just whatym have been looking for.) Lace Curtains. Wouldn't your home look cosier if a few pairs of lace curtains were added to the furnishings ? No excuse in regard to prices as we have them from 44c per pair upwards. Two leaders this week are Ruffled Curtains, made from bobbinet and muslin at 81.25 per pair, would be glad for you to compare them with curtains sold elsewhere at 81.75 and 82.00. We also have curtain rods and loops. GEO. K. CURRIER & CO., Morrisville, - - Vermont. We do not mean by this old or shop worn goods, but good clean mer chandise, bought this spring; sizes are broken but what we have is just as good as when first opened. For instance : 82.00 Cotton Suits for men 83.00 Cotton Suits for men $4.00 Linen Suits for men 85.00 Linen Suits for men $1.50 Linen Trousers $i-5 2.00 2- 75 3- 7 S .98 A few cotton Sweaters, were 50c, will close them up at 25. A few cottonade Pants at 69c and Si, were Si and $1.25. We will give 25 per cent on all broken lines of Summer Suits. That means a 810 suit for $7.50, 812.00 suits for $9.00,- $15 suit for $11.25. Our goods are marked in plain figures and you can figure your own discount. Drop in. 0. M. WATERMAN. Store in The Randall, MORRISVILLE, Vermont. What Happens when unripe fruit and the small boy make connections is well known. It should be also well known that our Chamberlain's Diarrhea Cure is the best remedy extant for summer complaint. It gives instant relief. Contains nothing injurious. Has no bad after effects. Price 25 cents per bottle. Other summer medicines, too. H.J. DY7INELL, MORRISVILLE, Vermont. ' COpFBB I We wish to call special attention to our new brand of coffee just received expressly for our trade. FRESH FRUITS. We shall have this week a new supply of seasonable fruits and vegetables. Reduced prices on strawberries by the crate. Constantly on hand a full line of GROCERIES. We handle nothing but strictly first-class goods. Prices low. Terms cash. J. S. B AGISTER, crew appnrers t y baton bt'ingriiB it is rated a most severe storm that ha jlBLVIN O. 1 ttokNKV AT LAW. morse, No. 5 Portland St., Horrisville, Vf. MORRISVILLE, Vermont. r been Ud Murslmll lllock, uereauouts tor vears. ' artillery" out in force,