A sleigh ride, supper, and a few hours indulgence in the fashionable game of whist, was enjoyed by a company of gentlemen and ladies from Windsor, last week, at the Pavilion House.
Henry D. DUNBAR of the Baldwin Locomotive Works is at his home in North Hartland for a short time.
Frank E. BADGER, while cutting wood for I. N. SARGENT, a few days ago, had the misfortune to split his great toe through the middle, leaving half the bone on each side, the cut extending back among the bones in the foot. Dr. RUGG was called to dress the wound, and hopes the toe may be saved.
J. P. STILLSON and Frank MILLER are cutting lumber on the TRASK farm, for H. S. BRITTON.
Homer GILSON, son of Nathaniel GILSON of this town, has been appointed superintendent of the Tuckerton Railroad, in Connecticut – a road with which he has long been connected.
C. S. BRIGHAM, clerk for W. R. STURTEVANT for the past three years, has resigned his position and started, last Monday, for Florida, where he has a son living.
Mrs. S. M. DUNBAR has so far recovered from her injury as to be around the house again but her husband is gradually failing, having been confined to his bed for most two weeks.
A. A. MARTIN is the happy recipient of a beautiful gold watch with his name engraved on its face. His mother was the donor.
Transcribed by Ruth Barton