Merrillsville - Nov. 20, 1890.


- Harmon Eddy, of Rome, was the esteemed guest of his niece, Mrs. Helen Eddy, last week.
- Mrs. Olive Cranston, of Oneida, has had erected in our cemetery a memorial stone for her mother, which her son, Asa, placed in position on Saturday last, stopping over the Sabbath with his uncle, J. L. Ward.
- Miss Francis Buyea, of Clockville, was a recent guest of Frank Buyea and family.
- Frankie, a little son of Kirkland Hewitt, fell a few days ago and injured the cords of his leg, The little fellow was a great sufferer, but is improving.
- Frank Moore's new house is completed with the exception of some inside painting, which Mr. Marsh, of Peterboro, is engaged at this week. It is a pleasant and commodious house, and he will soon move into it, we understand.
- It was with deep sorrow that Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Eddy received the sad news of their grand-daughter's death on Wednesday last of Canastota. Mrs. Austerman formerly resided here, and her many friends learn of her demise with deep regret.
- Mrs. Simeon Morse is absent at Syracuse, being under the doctor's care.
- Pastor Nicholl, of Wampsville, still preaches Thursday evening's to our people, and a donation is being agitated in the near future.
- Alonzo Snyder, of Cortland, has been a recent guest of relatives in town.
- Mrs. John Warner, who has been absent some time visiting in Illion, will return this week..
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