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/ A Weokly .lounuil of LOCAL and (iENElUL NEWS, M l No 38. SIMSBURY, CONN. Saturday, September 15.1888. Price THREE CENTS. ______ ^ ciitoriMl as H('(MMid-cljiss i i u i l l i ' f nf iho l ’os l - ( )|licc in Siinshiii'v. I Iknky E. ( L \ h k , ICihtok a n d P ithmriikr. — TERMS .— $ 1.00, per .year, in advance. A D V E R T I S IN G RAT ES . One sqnn.i'^, of oiio incti, (iiic iiiHcrtion 40 otH, e a r h HubHc<iiicnt iiiHfi tioti, 2.5 ct.H. Professiotial tuiil ltuHiiu'«n (’ar<l»<, one iiiHcr-kiun, lift <‘fn. «iit'h Kal)s«(|iicnt iiiHertioii, I.** cfH. For Sale, AYuiits, oti-. oiu^ iiiHortion, not to ex cfcd ou(^ scjiiiuv, 40i'ls. eai'ti HiihHi'Hiienf inser t io n , DOi’l.‘<. AddrpHH all roninuinicaHonn to TH E ECHO, SIMSP.Ul lV, CONN. M iss \V iHiuiiuioM has i ct unied fiDiii SlDtiy Crt‘i‘k. An Origan Ri'ciljil will Ix' ^ivi>u i at tlui C\)iigr(“gatioiial cliurt*)! 'I'lmrH- <lay ovoniiiif. ]\1 r. In'l'li'ii liiis caused to ho jint on 1 lu'trees iu>;ir t lie I’ost Ollicp some (iy rojx's that will 1»i' greatly apprc- I’iutiMl l»y i Ik' public. — A tionsi(l<*raI)l(‘ niniihcr from tlii.n jilact' have u'oiic* to attend tlio Sta)(» l''air at ^Meridyn (his week. - 'I'h(> I ’ liioii Praise service at the West Wi'atomifi. '^J’lie frost of 'riiiirHday niylit of l«8t week, doiii^ eonsidorable dainasrii in this vieinily. Mrs. .lohns has been (jiiile feebh' the past few dayp. Dr. Atchison, of rn ion v i lle , attends her. Mr. j\loses Hiiniphn-.y has been unable to work for 8<‘verxl weoks, tlui result of an accident from which he lias not fully recovered. Misd A. N. PitelpH, and tl)C Pierson faniilv return to tlicir hoin« Those subscribers to tlio E<'iio|week and will who arc in arrears, as w('ll as adv<n-- b;vt1i evening, tisers who liave not jtaid up for last quarter, will confv'r a favor on (he editor by p a y in g at once. T h e best wa y to kill a ii«ws-paper is to aul»- Kcribe for it and never pay, aiid then grow'l because they can lind more news in tlic c i ty }>aper. I f you would make your local ]»aj)er better, at least se« that your sul)scription is paid. T o tho.se Avho ai^e eternally grumblin g about there be ing nothing in their paper, we will say; that sinc*e M. K. chnrcli was delcrrtMl for one | „n Washington St. Hartford, Friday be held on next Sab- —The lecture to young nuni, on The Power o f Inihience, a t t lie Methodis t church, may be expecte<l the following Sabbath evening. — Don’t fail to attend tlie Avon (4un Club’s T(nirnarnent on their grounds Wednesday Sept. 10th 1888. — The niooTnfield Drum Corps, \vill 1)0 the g\iestR of the Sinisl)nry Drum Corps on Friday evening o f this week. —The o]ieii air eomrc)'', by the th e y kmnv ,0 mucl, better tl.a,, tl.o „ivc.„ on S:\iurd:»y of (xn iiut ought iv> be in it, ihis edliis week, has been itor w’ould be )}leased to print some -of th>ise b r i^ i t , interesting little articles which they know so well how to wri(,(>, ajid they would make the paper .^o much more intcM.eating that who knows bnt we might g e t one lit t le word of praise? Try it growler one week and see. An amateur ganlener mistook one o f the rankest and nio«t prolific weeds that grow's, for a rare flowerin g shrub, and took it home and planted it in his gar<len. He tended it carefully and w'atered it daily, but the blatned thing wilt<'d and died. Then he plucked it np by the roots ^ jug in the Windsor Avenue Cong’l post))one(l, for one week. — Still another runaway, this time it was Mr. Andrew Kitchen of TarifT-vill, no one was seriously injured and no serious damage was done. —I ’he cold smt)i and frost on F r iday morning la«t, caught a few' crops o f tobacco in this vicinity, also nearly all of (he corn, as few of the farmers had begun to cut up their corn. —A con.Viderable number of th e members of the Y. P . S. C. E, of this ))lace attended the Union meet-and threw it over the back fence, and in tw'o \veeks it had grown so ra))idl.y that four feet of it crawled between the fence pales, and w'ill overrun the entire garden, if the owner dosen’t attempt to cidtivate it. Home Atrairs, — Mrs, Conway, of Westfield Mass, has been viBiting at Mr. H. F. Phelp’s this week. —Mrs. Ronand, who was injured in the runaw'ay of last week, does not mend as rapidly as was anticlp;t-ted. — Mrn. Howard Smith of East Weato gue . is dangerously sick with pleni-isy. —^The Rev. Mr, Lyon expects to <50nduct a •ej'vic.e at Eaat Weatogue next t riday evening, — Dr. L, ], Barber, who has Ix^^^n church, at Hartford on Wednesday latit. On T ue sday evening last tw'O young hnlies of Simsbury while out walking, ran into a traveling perfumery establishment, and, in consequence, will not have to invest In perfumery for sonn' time to come, I^ast 'riinrsday evening the Drum Corps w^ere the gu(*sts of Mr, Geo. VV. (.arr, of East Weatogue, and the hngt^ pile of watermelon-rhines le f t then*, shows the high regard of (he Corps for Mr, C.an- and his didicious melons. —Mr. S. I). Fay, of Oxford, Wis ,, is v ls id n g hi« grand daughter, MfH, .1. )<’. Ahlerman. He I’ouglit thrctugh the Mexican w'ar, Kansas tumbles, and th« last war. Though seventy' . NIX years of age he 18 an (Micyclopedia suftering from an attack of i»leun«y, i - . , j • • j- ” , . . of dates ana wai'rennniscencea as far IS, w'c are happy to slate g e t t in g bet- . , , ^ ^ back as history goeH. of thin week. t)ur school Is now under good headway, vfith about twenty pupils for Miss Minnie to discli)line, "We hope those new black-boards will soon arrive. Mrs. (irriflin, who fell and broke her hip last winter is able to walk about, she walked up to her daughter Mrw, R o b y ’s one <lay last week. West SiniKbiiry. Miss Julia ( ’ase is sick with erysipcdas, i\fis« Wilcrv;^; is also s'u.^k. MisH Abbie Prentiss, of Brooklyn N, Y,, is vis iting Miss Gussie Case, ^ Mr, Clarence Goddard and family, are spending a few days with his father Mr, A, D, (ilcjddard. Ml-. Stoddard visited Mr, Green (jf Granby, and exciianged horses with him. Mr, Pe ck also visited him last Saturday and purchased a twelve hundred horse. “iVheii is a Man too old to Marry. Nuw York Frrsit. “ When is a imin too old to marry'? is quite as interesting as the question, “When is a girl too young?” I must leave to i)hysiologist8 to discuBS how far the cliances of life are shortened when December weds May, and e x pects in May an y th in g ’ more than a nurse, though, in passing, I may observe. that I have noticed several such marriages in which the funeral followed susj)lciously (dose to the wed<llng. With ou t g o in g back to the time when ‘‘Jared lived 102 years and beg a t Enoch” there are several instan-ceR on record of modern j):itrlarchs whob(!(!ame proud and happy fath<‘rs at the time when they nhould be tiiinking about shuftUng o f this mortal c(dl. There was that stwut Salopian, old Parr, for example, who married at-HO and had t© do penance in Alderbury (y'hurch for an intrigue with Catherine Milton, when he was a sprightly masher of 105 summers. I f I^ord Lyt-tleton is to be believed Parr had u ICoiitiniiud ou eighth | Tracv, Tarbox £ Robinson, 78 & 80 ASYLUM ST. HARTFORD, CONN. McLEAN SEMINARY. Private lessons in A r t , M u s i c a n d V o i c e C u l t C. A. McLeanr ^ S U R V E Y O R A N D N O T A R Y PU B L IC . Simsbury^ Conn. OB PRINTING!! Of Every Description AT THE OFFICE OF T H E E C H O . IOWA MORTGAGE CO CAPITAL $l(jo,000. Connecticut Charter Granted 1886. TIiiH 0 (irii])uny offtMH for uale Home choio* Loans, HOfiirt d ]>y mortgage upon farms in Iowa and (ithor WfHtei n HtaloH,' bi-aring good rat(!H of interest; J ’r i i iripal and intefeat guar^ anteed, and puyablo at the ottice of the Com* l>any, in Har tford, ur at the United States Bank, of Hartford, Ollice, 51 AkjIiiiu St. Hartford. J. O. Pheli.H, Pres. ,r. O. Phelps Jr. Sec. J. T. Weed. Manufacturer of and dealer in FINE CARRIAGES —And— W A G O N S . Also Repairing, Painting, IIorKo Shooing, Etc. SIMSBURY CONN.
|Title||Simsbury echo, 1888-09-15|
|Subject||Simsbury (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 31, 1887) -|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.B4 N49|
|Relation-Is Part Of||Series title: Hartford County miscellaneous newspapers|
|Publisher||Henry E. Case|
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|Title-Alternative||The Simsbury echo|
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A Weokly .lounuil of LOCAL and (iENElUL NEWS,
M l No 38. SIMSBURY, CONN. Saturday, September 15.1888. Price THREE CENTS.
______ ^ ciitoriMl as H('(MMid-cljiss i i u i l l i ' f nf iho l ’os l - ( )|licc in Siinshiii'v. I Iknky E. ( L \ h k , ICihtok a n d P ithmriikr.
— TERMS .—
$ 1.00, per .year, in advance.
A D V E R T I S IN G RAT ES .
One sqnn.i'^, of oiio incti, (iiic iiiHcrtion 40 otH,
e a r h HubHc
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