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Tho boys Bay that "Krank." whoso' Tho dlplitliorla scaro has ontlroly
othor namo ts ayuooymoua with Woods, inbaldea. No now catcs aro reportcu. iook unto uimsuii a uoticr nau last dti PKlDAV.DKUEMHEIt i!9. 1&82.J Noticoa. All klncla of inita at Manncy's. 1Vant2d,6 caraoats? J 1? Douolas. Dlar'los for.1880 at Oauvln & CVs. t L-Flour, .flotir, flour, al Sholrton & "co.'i: Provldcnco Itlvcr oystors at Man ncy's. Stocklng hcol protectors at Beck with & Co.'s. Champagno's is tho placo to bny fnr nituro BDd caskots. Tho bcst dlnhig rooms In lown at Maunoy's. Try tlio Uuclo Itcmus cigar, flvo conts,nt Maunoy's. Buy yonr bools, shocsntul rubbcr at Sheldon x uo.'a. Mlxcd candy twonty conts n pouud at Maunoy's. Alargo lincof chromos nnd pancl pictnrcs at Uauvln & uo.'s. For drugglsta' Bimilrlcs and fanoy goods go to Sheldon & Uo. Buy youristationery and blank book at Uauvin x ijo.'s. Accounts of moi'o than slxty day mit8t UO BCttlCll. SHELDON ts uo. Just rccclvcd, tcrra colta mousque tairo glOTCs atMrs. wm. biaacs. Chamois and flccccd llncd shocs soft and warm, at Bcckwtth & Co.'s, On Saturday, Dec. 23. Gauvin & Co. will bcU Christmas cards at cost A flno ossortmcnt of gcnts, boys and youlhsslippcrsatBcckwith & Co.'s Bcst stock of bracclcts crcr rccclvcd in Middlebury at tboold stand of G. D Mincr ls Co. For now, clieap, and durablo nrtl clen of fiirnltiiro call at Champagno's lu xuiirier uiuck. Ordcrs for ice in largo or Bmall quantitics lcrt at llrouilletto's Kcstau rant wlll rccrsivo prompt attontion. - AU acounts mado with us bofore Jnov.1, must bo tottlcd by January 1 looa. i; A. ijond & llno. For mirrors, and AimKuro gcuor ally, call at Cliampngno's, in Tuppcr's mocK. uo unucrBous ovcry ono. Liadios, don't woar uncomfhrtnMi ill fitting shocs wbcn you cnn cet thcm iu six diffcrent widths at Bcckwilh & Co.'s. -Tho iluost lot of pliotosrranh al bums ovcr offcred in town. at low prices, is at A. V. Brown's photograph I havo purchaso E. A. Goodrich'i lutorest in tho tneat and crocery buei ucsj, aud all accounts duo hlru, wlilcli raust uo paiu ltnmcdlatcly. C. W. Ross. Fon Salk. My homo farm in Bouth part of town, containing 280 acres. A flrst clnes farin in cvcry rcspect. Terms orpaymout mauocasy. Mns. Wm. F. Gcodmcii. Iho annual mccthi" of Iho IriiIpb Library Association, for tho clection of onicers ror tho cnsulng year, will bo new at tho .Library room ou Tucsday, Jan. 0, 1883, t 8 o'clock. 1. M. Wanted. Two good agcuts to sell tho "Gcnuino Singcr Sowing Machine In Middlebury and Vergonnscs for partlculars-addrces. Tho Sinsrcr Mauf. Co. C8 church St Burlington Vt. Tobaccos, cigars, caudics, confec tionory, nuts, fruits iu their season, oys tcrs and ovcrything in this Une, always to bo fouud at tho old Ilub Dining Rooms in Dycr's block. Givo nio a call. PitEi.rs Coohiian. Fiuost watclies, clocks and jewclry; best Itogcrs Bros' platedware; albiime, stationcry, notions, confectioncry and ovcrything in our llno at tho old etand of G. D. Miner & Co. Best goods of tho kind in town nnd bcst kind mado, and at lowcst prices. Tho annual mcoting of tbo Vermont Atwood Mcrino Sheop Clnb will bo held al tho Addison Houbq in Middle bury, on Wedncsday, Jan. 17, 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m., for tho olcction of ofil cers and any othcr busiucss that may proporly coiuo bofore tho mccting. W. C. S.urni, Pres't. Geo. IIasimond, Sec'y. Middlebury, Deo. 15, 1882. Dr. Ilalsoy will rcmovo his ofllco Jan. 1, 1883, to tho bouso ho cxpccts to occupy, owned by Mrs.Gco. Hammond, on South FleasantStrcctone door south of Mrs. Judd Wright's rc8idencc,where orders from any of his patrons will receivo prompt attenlion day or night. Offlco hours until8:30inmorning, from 12 to 1 at noon, and from G to 8 in tbo ovoning. Spccial attention givonto dls eases of childrcn, and surgery, Notice. All pcrsous indebtod to tho undorBlgucd for subscrlptions to tbo Registcr aro rcepcctlully requcsted to pay tho same by Jan. 15 next. Un to that dalo payment for subscriptions wlll bo receivcd al tho advauco rato ot si.ou pcr annum. Aner that dato sct tlcroout will bo mado wHta an nttorncy at tho regular rate of $2.00 pcr annum, with interest and costs addcd. Itis hoped all wlll savo money by maklng an early gettlcment. It. M. Bailey. JUUdlehury, Vt., Dcc. 15, 1882. Looal Nows, -Danclng Bchoolitb-night third Icb- ou. uco. r. ueu was in town ovsr CbristmaB. lio Is clerking in Burling ton. W. 11. Tuckor, Btato aeent of thn AEsociaieu xtbss, was ln town last weeir. Jas. B. O'Neil relurned Wcdnosdav from Boston whcro ho has been vUlt- mg lor a wcck. -TueBday.ltho 26lh.was St. Sfenhnn uay and tho ovent was commemorated uy eerviccs at st. btoplien's church. Tho Undergradu'ato is out aud con- talna, among other good thlngs, a neat uiue poem irora me pen ot W. W. Gay. The Vt. IJalryman'sABsoclatlon ar to iiom tneir i4in annual conrention at linrllnctnn thn 14fh Inot jnno ooreranco. wno iiaa iippp nn the slck 11st for a few weeks, snflering miu jAuuuicg, in nrouiiu again. A srood many neoDla camo fmra niaiitna uuu inmiiiN 111 niwn. The little iolks bad a sunner nml r nnt llma nt 1 1 1 n Pnirann-ll I 1 i imi r riuay aiiornoon.. Some'of the boys took thelr respect- VO best elrls OIltridlnL' Chrlstmai dnv. in gll E. ilonry Powoll, Btato audltor.was n town'.Wednosday evenlnir andThnrn- ay xor tne pnrposo 01 anaitlng iho BO' Tho annual meellug Tof the stock oiaersot Middlebury Natlonal Bank 10 D6 liald Jan. 9. 1RH.T at lh ilay night. IIe"Morr1tU"agreat doal Trado on Saturday wns brlslc. but dwlndled down in tbo evcnlng about to Iho nsual amount. Chrlstmas goods BOid weii unripg tno wock. Cbarles D. Ilay and wifo have sold their farm on tbo othcr sido of Chlpmau hlll to E. Q. Ilunt ot New ilavcn. Thoro aro ovor ISS acrcs ln the farm. Chrlstmas day Mr. F. A. Bond mado a largo numbcr of childrcn banpy by taking thcm out for a slcigh-rldo, wulcu thoy cnjoyod most licartliy. Charloy Hyde, wbo is working iu Iliggins' drug storo in Rutlaud, mado a uying TiBit to his lamuy tnis wcok. Uo roturncd to Rutland to-day. Tho caso of Albcrt Fletcher agalnst Charles wooslcr is sct for a hcaring to dav. Much interest is manifestcd in tho caso by tho publlc, atd wo undcr- Btand that thero will uo a mai uy jury Siilherland Falls Bent un as a demila' tlou to our Chrlstmas gathorlng, llcury uonnony ana uinoy comBtocx. uon nclly occuplcs a rcBponslblo positlou thcro. Wnltoi' ll'fliiirli is auothor of tho bovs wlio thoneht of "Homo, swect homo." as ho is iiero lor tno noiiaavs, Waitcr ib stattoncu in urango, wass., whoro bo is uoing weu. This wock tho school took a recoss and tho lifto was snont by tho childrcn in rccrcatlon. Tho recoss gavo tho teachcrs an onportunlty to attcnd tho Stato Toachcr's Convontion at Montpo- licr. Tho only consistent "bolter" in this country is tho collcgo studeht, who holts at ovcrv onnortunltv. to tho irreat diegust ot tno tardy siaiwart rroicssor uo wlll not "tnaKO np" jeuner. Waltou's Vermont Dlrcctory for 1883 is out. This nubllcatlou nscd to bo botb accurato and valunblo, but of lato vcars it has dolcrioratcd. Its Mid dlebury Dlrcctory this yoar is a cnrlosl ty ot omiseions nuu maccuracicB. Kd McCluro of Rutland, tho old "vct" of tho bakcry waB lu town ovor Chrlstmas, as was t'om Mnrdock, who has for somo Utne bceu working in the woolen mllls nt Winooski, "Vt. Tho lah'dc-dah cigarotto smoklng younir innii, latcly rolerred to as a prcticsiineii ana nrcorttaiuoa iooi. will on tho flrst cj" January, '83 "swear ofl," but will swear ou again, as ho can not avout ms uesiiny. Tho icccut thawB havo dono much for thn rnllol tf ttincn who Itnvn hpn sufTering fur watcr for sovoral moiiths past. Complalnts from this sourco are lcsa Ircqueut than they wcro a conplo ot wccks ngn. The cbtldron's fostlvat at tho Ficrco IIoujo, nnder cliareo of tho ladioa of St. Slcplion's, wa? n vry ploaonnt nnd oyous pccasiun to Iho little ouns. That wblto muik-rat skln in Dodgo'a wlndow bas attractcd much attontion this weck. Wblto musk-rats aro "tcarccr tban bcn's teotb." Tho Mlddlobury Post offlco will bo opon Now Ycara from 8 to 9:30 a. m.: la to l p. m.: anu irora 4 too Nlght raalla closcd at C promplly. Pat McMabou camo ncar bcing rtui away wllh last Saturday, but showcd his grit by boldlng on to his borse. He was drlvlne ono of Battoll's splrltcd borscs aud wlshlng to go by a couplo of toams in lront ot jonn rowors- anop iie gavo tho word, but ono of tbo lcatns ln front of hlm turncd nulckly towards tho ccntor of tlio road and n collislon was tho re8nlt. ovcr-turnmir Pat. H waa dragccd somo distanco, but tho horso dldn't gct away all Iho samo. Burlington and Middlebury pro sontcd qulto a contrast Monday. In Burlington two pollco courtp wcro run nlng all day for tho beneflt of tlioso who colebratcd tho day by gcttlng drunk ; ln Mlrdlcbnrv thoro was uo drnnkonncss apparent, and tho day was a very qulct ono. uno rcason is tno iaci iiiat aiiu dlebury in tho last two or tbreo ycars has Iosl qulto n numbor ot pcrsons for merly dlstlngnlBbcd by their dlsgracO' uuconduct on nonuays. Frank C. Boll, ono of Iho lcadinP and most cntcrptielng buelncss mcu tho placo. Is fast galning a wldo rcpula tlon for his succcss ln tho rcal oslnt0 buslncss, and Is dolng much for Valley Springa and tho conutry trlbntary by bringtng in Bctticrs. uo is ono oi tnos" wldc-awoko tuen whoso ontcrprlso Is tho motlvo nowcr in tho wondorful do volopmcnt of Iho west, and ho is Just eucli a ninn as land Bcckers nnd land scllcrs aro always clad to llnd. fVal loy Springs Cor. Ruck County (Mliin.) ueraid. Iuur last Issuo was publlshcd tbo progratnino ot music biws at St Stephen's church Chrlstmas cvo and day. Thcro was ono addltlon O tho progrnmmo muiday night. tho "Crccd.' It was cbantcd by the wholo choir in nnison. It was ono of tho most impreg 8ivo pleccs of music wo ever hcard, tho orcan crandly rouudintr out the har monv. Tho lararo audlcnco was stlll as dcath. On Monday cvcning tho music was said to bo vcry flnc, nnd tho boIos of Mrs. II. S. Footc,MissNcllio Tupper and Mr. Mnrkland wcro hlghly spokcn of. Thero wcro fow cholrs in tbo Stnlo betlcr than St. Stephcns Christmas. County Nowfi. COliXALL. ("(thi'r, -"Scliuman Club" held their fort niirhtl v inccthir Tnceday ovoulng at tho music rooms of T. M. Chapman & Co. Thoro wcro tblrty-flvo prcscnt and tho cxercise? wcre lntercstlug and In structlvo. Tbo Culter Marblo Co. have shut dowu thelr milU for two weeks, as many of tho workmcn desircd to take a slight vacation, and the annual meetlng ot the cotopauy at Boston occurs next wcck. Thcro aro somo men stlll wonc iug ou thc quarry. Tho aunual vlllago meetlng is call- ed fur tho flrst WedncEday in January, tho samo uonii: tho 3rd iust. at past ono iu the alternoou, for tho pur- poso ot ciccting vlllago olliccrs lor tbo ensu ing vcar. Itis hoped overy clti- zou wlll bo ou hand. Sunday nleht tho Sundav achool childrcn ol'tho AlctliuJUt Uhurch had a Sunday Schoul Conccrt, wlilcli waa woll utteudcd aud vcry cnioyabio. xue childrcn of thc samo school had a aup- pcr at tho church Chrlstmaa nlght. An abstract of tho address of RiV. , L. U. Sncaro. delivercd at tho Con- rcgatlonal Church last wcck Thursday iuht. can bo fouud ou (ho fonrth pago. It was an ublo addro&s, aud wortby of prcscntatloii. " A vountr tnan or boy was put off from a frclelit tratn Monday ncar the Seymour strcct crossing. Tho law passcd by tho lcgislature in 187C should do cntorccu agaiust boys loatlng around tho depot and Jumplug on traius whlle in molion. "llappy New Year" to all our pat- rons, nnd It cach ot tbcin will Iinprovc as much tho coiniug year as wlll the itCEistcr." Addison county wlll "do Itsclf proud." Any man suggcsllng thcro is room for improvcment should seo that tho rightlng ed. is not around. II. M. Parker and wlfc. aftor vieit for a couplo of weeks in Peacham, Vt., tho homo of Mr. Parker's father, wcro agaln'In lown this wcck. Thcy aro to rceldo in Minncapolls, Minn., whcro Mr. Parker Is studviug law with 1 W. it. Cray. Cards aro out fur u dancu at Pierco's." next week Tnesdav. Tho list of danccs includes a "rcdoway" nnd "miiutary quadrllto." it Is presumed redowa and military quadrlllo aro in tendod. Thoso parllclnatin? wlll enloy good music and a good supper. Wm. A. Nowcomb and wlfo have purcht8cd a plcce of laod in tho east parioi tne town ana nave Bola lo waKcmaiu. aiead scveral pieces of land wblch thoy recenlly irot by fore- clofling a mortgago glven by Alphoneo T. Amidon. 1 Sceno in Satn's barber shop: Cus (omcr in chair. whose faco Is uearlv oa smootb as a woman's. Anothcr fellow enton, looks at tbe man in tho chair, ana remarks "liatber a bare-faced op erallon shavlog that man, isn't it?" Byitanders taugu nua tbo imUcr uu iiib young man's face blushcs vr ry rcd. A real stalwart. Thoro Is 'one man in New Ilampthlre so stalwart that ho won't oven bolt.hls door. Boston Post. A teal half-brced. Thero Is ono man in Middlebury so indcpendent tbat bo Bcratcbcs everybody. Ho is a barber. Jgnorant or unthlnking persons ofton stop thelr lcama on the aidewalks of this village, thus impedlng and lncou venlenclug tbe foot passengers. This is notahly so lu front of thn post offlce. It would eeem tbat anybody but a fool wouia Know tnai n was not tbo proper ining iu Biop ui leam ou a crossing anu make a lady or a cbild walk througb ine muu or snow. Tho rats and mlco havo lately mado bavoc in our copy drawer, nlbbling and destroylug tbe copy. Tbey slruck somo phunny paragraphs, last week, and to tbo dlsmay ot our "local" mado a fnatt theroon. Thero is now one Bnrvlvor of tne peats, ana tis an old gray rascal ia tho most Bolomn and serlouB cub tomcr yon ever saw. It was ccr tainiy "itougu on Rats." This is not an aavertuement. Joseph Batlcll, Esq., has'been offer eda little mattorof 16000 for his stal llon "Motion" by Wllson, tho grcat Kentucky dealerin and breeder of flno blooded fast horses. Wllson has before trled to buy Motion but falled, as ho did this tlme. It ls llkely, bowover, tbat Motion may bo sent to Kentucky for a whlle, for stock purposes, Smug gler was kept about two years by Wllson in the samo way. Do you rcceive on Now Yenrs ilav Tho custom of Now Years calls is iu growlng favor wllh Iho pcoplo of tho largcr towna and Binallcr citics, but is not followcd nearly so much as formor ly, in New York and other lawo cltlos Ono rcason is that in tho citics it has bccn customary to placo wmo bcforo tho callcrs, and many of thcm, aftcr maklng a largo numbcr of calls. would bo a little "minky." Many ladios, 6C0' ing the evil, sloppcd rccelvlug. By an Itom amoner tbe reading no tlces in anothcr column it appcars that Mrs. W. t . Uoodnch is desirous of sell Ing hcr farm sltuatcd In tbo south part of tbo town. This farm is ono of tho nlcest in Middlebury, and is adjaccnt to thc place whcro Middlebury was flrst seltled. It is a vnluablo picco of nron- half eny anu can uo purcuascu on casy terms. Dr. F. W. Halsov has lcased tho "Morrlson houso" on South Plcasant St. and wlll occupy It ln a sbort thno as a dwslllng honso. Ho will also tuovo bis oflloo therp "-- ' don't inoUe iniull (UllOrCIlCO tO tllO Doctor's buslncss whcro his ofllco is, as his patients will Iook hitn up or walt for nioj. Tho new offlco wlll, howovcr, bo In as ccntral a placo as Ibo old one, aud moro convcnicnt for tho doclor. A uood story ls told of tho absont- mlndednc8s of a young tnau livlng on Woybrldgo St. Aftor milking his cow tho othcr night ho gavo tho cow tho pullofmilk, aud "perambulatcd his calcarcous strata" luto the houso and set I'ownon tlio pantry shelf his mllklng stool and a pall of fccd prcpared for tbo "porker." His attcutlou was callcd to tho mistako and ho wo'nt back aftcr tho mllk, only to llnd that tho cow had drank It up. When askcd what ho waB tbinking about, no said lio was ponder ing ovcr tho problem of lighting Iho Btrcots, runnlng tho mllls, nnd blowlug tho orgaus of Middlebury by ulillzlng tho grcat elcctric powcr stored up in our waterfall. Ho isn't n stockholdcr in tho Middlebury Elcctric Llgbt and l'oftcr Compauy cithor. The buelncss dono at Ibo Middlc. bury post-offico during tho Chrlstmas soasou has bcen much largcr than usual Evcry ono eccrncd to bc ccttlnz and sondlng prctonls. Pbolps Coolihan. vrhoEO advcrthe- ment apnears iu our buslness notlces this week Is a young man whom tho publlc Bhould palronlzo llbcrally. He was the vlctlm of a sad accldcnt last aprlng at tho Cnttcr marblo quarry, by wlilcli ho lost a log, nnd nearly lost his llfo, and is thcrefore lucapacitated for any sctivo cmploymcnt. Tho new Bapllst church on Mcr- chants' Row was dcdlcatcd ycBlerday, Rev. H. G. DeWilt prcacbing an ablo Bcrmon. Tbcre was a largo attcndanco, ovcry portlon cf tho bcautlful little church beii'g complcloly fllled. From tbo report of tho treasurcr It appcars that tho church is pald for aud tho so clcty is freo from dcbt and thcro is a SUrplUS III lliu (icasui A. oolUHIin ainountlug to ovcr $200 waa taken np. Thcro was also cvenlng servlco. All tbe oulslde work at tbo pulp mlll ls complctcd, nnd tho masons woro all dlschargcd last Saturday nlght. It Is expcctcd that cvcrythlng wlll be ln rcadincBS for slartlng up worl: ln a fow weeks. Next Eeason tbo pulp com pany wlll probably bnild a largo papcr mill, and it is also Baid that thcy intend (o crect somo tcnemcnt houscs for tho nseoftbclr employces. Mr. G. D.Mlner. Mra. Honry S. Foot, Mra. Jullns W. Pltts, Mlss Hclcn M. Tunpor, Mlss Elga Stewart, Mlss Lucla Sutton, Messrs. C. 8. Murkland, W. II. Sheldon, B. F. Churchlll, J. W. Pltts, John Kellogg, Samnel Sheldon, and George Rowland were tho slngcrs at tho Forefather's supper last week Thursday ovo. The programmo was as follows: "I.nox," "Ocean," "Ma esty" and "Sherburn" iu chorus; " IPhen Gcorgo Iho Thlrd was King," solo, by C. 8. Mnrkland; chorus, "Auld LangSyno;" plano duett, Polka do Salon, by Mlss Elga Stowart and Mr. G.D. Mlner, solo, "Robort, Whero art Thou," by Mrs. Henry Foote; "Janot's ChoIco,"iby Ilclen JI. Tunpor, who respondcd to tho encoro whlch sho ro cslvcd wllh a Scotch ballad. Mrs. G. D. Mincr and Mrs. J. W. Pilta sang a llllfit. "ChnArfll1nAR." nml. nn niij.n.A ; . " ' . 1 w VUMIIV. Flne wlntcr ("itbi'r. wllh ?ood klelghliig. Workls llvelv ln tho awatnps Probably moro tlmbor wlll bo handled this wlnter than for Bovoral scasons past. Mr. P. B. Warncr latoly butchorcd a bcof ono year and clght months old, tho drcescd welght of whlch was scvcn linnured nna twrnty-pcvcn w. Cln Utinns waa protty gcncinlly obacrved wllh goud lpellng. Scbools wcro cloBCtl. iunln Clani vlsllcd Iho lllllo Tolks bountlfully. On Chrlstmas ovo Mr. nnd Mrs. G. U. Scarl rccclvcd from tholr noighbors and frlcnds as an obscrvanco of tbo fiftconlh anlvcrBary of tholr marrlagc,a llno tct of tnblowaro nnd numorons othcr prcsenlB whlch wero thankfuy rccolvcd. , On Salurday cvenlng last qullola compauy of young pcoplo cnjoycdla soclal cvenlng at Dr. Bond's. Amoig the gues's wcro Stcphcu M. Foolo t WcBt Polnt military school, aud n 'gci tlemau from Iloosac Falls whoso liam wo havo not lcarncd. Mr. F. Uookor in conscauouco oi poor licaltli, much to tbo regrct of his1 nclchbors and townsmcn, has sold hia flno farm and bcautlful rcsldencc, wllh whlch his famlly connectlon datcs back to tbo carlv scttlcmcnt of tho town Tbo nurchaser ls Dr. TKardof Castleton It is hoped howovcr, Mr. llookcr wiu stlll rcmain nmong us. -Mr. WErvjiiDan:. Il'ill W. Nowton nnd wlfo woro surnrlscd on Chrlstmts day by somo ilftcon or moro ladlcs nnd genllo mon. hcaded by his vcncrauio laincr nnd molhcr-. Josenli and Marian Now ton, of Ferrisburg!!. A vcry plcasant rcnnion of tho fnmilv Was tho rcsull with an abundant eupply of tho good thlngs ot this lilc. Mr. Grant M. Spraguo and Mlss Ltlllan Snraeno nro homo for a 6hort stav. tho formcr from his homo at Ottawn, P. Q., whcro ho Is cmploycd bv D. C LitnBicy, contractor auu uuuu pr of tho now rail road from that place to Montrcal, as privato sccrctary and casliicr. His salary is S1000 pcr an num. Busiucss will ncccssarily mako his stop hcro a sbort one. Mlss LUlian has beon for Bomo jcars n tcachcr iu tlio St Albans hkh school, bnt has re slencd hcr positlou, It ls whlspcrcd by knowlug ancs, for n positlon for llfo in a vlllago not lar trom hcr lormcr liomo Tho cxcrclscs at tbo Christmas trco al tho M. E. church conslsted of somo flno singlng, boIos, ducts, choruscs and declamatlons and rccitations by mcmbcrs of tho Sabbath school. both old and yonng, who acqmttcd thcm solvcs as is thoir wont, with creal credlt lo thcmsclvcs. Tho church was crowdcd to its utmost capaclty by an appreclatlvo oudlcnco. Two trccs wero crcctcd, ono on cithcr sido of tho altar, wnicn wero ucaviiy laucn wllh n va- nety ot artlclcs. Tho sluging by tho 8cuooi undcr tlio uirccllon ot j)Jr. F. E. Stowart was all tbat cenld bo dcslrcd Mr. O. K. Brittoll's comcl accomnaul ment addcd very much to tbo occaslon. Ou Monday ovenlntr occurrod tho marrlacc, at Ira S. Wricht'a. of his accompii6ueu uaugntcr, wiss wcaitha. iu mr. Hiuiu oiuw, suuui ji. u.otow of this place,was flrsi-class in all rcspect. Tho eercmony wob pcrformed by Rov. i . i.stes oi vergennes, tuo rooms wcro vcry tastcfully dccoratcd with ovcrgreen, with nn arcli of tho samo undcr whlch tho couplo slood during .. . . j ., ...p mcroua and ricb. Tho compauy Invitcd conslsted chiefly of tho ncarcr rclatlvcs. he couplo took tbo JNew xork cxprcss 6onth. Mr. Slow occuplcs a good po sitlon on thc Ccntral Vt. R. R., ruunlng at prcsent from Rutland to Montrcal. This wlll necessarily call thom nwny from our town, whlch occaslons much rceret, as thoy aro bolb vcry hlirhlv ostcemed horc. List of prcscnts to Mr. nnd Mrs. Slowr Hanging lamp, Mr. C. Wright ond wifo; silvcr plcklo caslor. Mr. N Ryder and wlfo; ono sct silvcr lca spoons, Jlr li 11 uodgo oud wlfo; ivcr caslor, Mr A J ctow: silvcr cako baeket, Mr Osmond Fishcr, Coi'son Fishcr and Mr Carlton Spraguo and wlfc; towcls and napklns, Mr Prcston Smlth an'l wife, Washington, D. C. ; carvlng knifo and fork, Mr D C Wrlgbt and wife; silvcr nnd glass bcrry dlt.li, Mr L J nnd L Sllas Wright; ono dozon silvcr knlvcs, Mr J C Brovoort and wifo, Crown Polnt, N. Y.; bcd sprcad, Mr A Forguson and wife; pnuel plc- uio, Mrs Elecla nnd Miss Jcnnio Wrlsbt; picklo caslor, Ilattlc. Nolllo and Cora etow; towcls and laco jnbot, Mr Wm Guunlson, Troy, N. Y.; sllvor cakobatkct, I CEclls; silvcr knlvcs, ur , s wriirbt: siu casii, Mr 11 Millcr and wifo, Troy, N. Y.; nopkin ring, Chos. Dodgo; book, Rcv D F Eslcs. Vor&onncs: sllvor buttcr dlsh. Morrltt Stow; silvcr plcklo caslor, Mr J W wyraan and wno, urown roiut, N. v.: card and cablnct nlbum, Rcv Horaco Crauo and Miss Hattlo Farr; maioltca llchcr, Mrs Henry Brevoort: mantlc ornament. Mlss Mary C Miller. Troy. jx. x.; maioiioa uuticr paus, miss m lla Brevoort, Crown Polnt, N. Y.: chromo, Fromonls Pcak, Mr S M Slow nnd wlfc; bcdsproadand frult napklns. Mrs W Shopherd. Troy. N. Y.: nane plcturc, Mr Harry aud Mlss Mlnnlo Wrlsht: nair vases. Llavton and liert Crauo; napkln rlug, Mlss Ida Hanks; iewel caso, Mr O S Dlckiuson and wlfo : hand wrought rug, Mrs A 8 Vlall anu Mlss Aililln Harkor. Onwn Pnlnt. TM Y.; card.recolvcr, (hlght Fcrguson; silvcr can bell, Cyrus B Stow; pancl luimu, iui uuumiu nuuwnu; IOW01S, j J IKarner; vases, Eerov M Gavn: hand glass, Chas Parkcll. nnoitmrAM, "DostRemember;" maloquartct, "Bu glo Song," by II. Sheldon, Ben ChurchiU, John Kellogg and C. 8. Murkland; closlng chorus, "Down on Iho Suwance Itiver." Tho murderer willctt, who shot Palr at Sandy Hlll, two years ago, has got to walt for his hanging untll tho law yers get through wllh aenarl thoy aro ln. Iie Is said to take (he law'i dolays with compoiuro. Tho wcck of pravcr will boobserv- ed as usual. Cbarllo JFard.of Paterson. N. J is spcnding a fcwdays In town. A churcn soclablo will bo held at Mr. C. N. Norlh's Wednesday cvcning. All aro cordlally invllcd to nttond, A good timo is cxpectcd, Presldlng ElderNoo ls expcctcd to prcach In Iho chapcl next Sunday morning, Dcc. 81. It ls qnarlcrly mcot ing. It ls expcctcd that Miss Addie Btdwoll of Hinesburgbwlllglvo a lltcr ary eulertalnnicnt iu Acadomy ball Wednesday evenlug, Jan. 3. Wo aro nnllclpatlng a raro treat. Rev. Horaer Bcaclt is prcacbing iu tho Congrcgatlonal church slnco tho re moval of ltev. W. N. Bacon. Mr. Bcach scems to bo an oarncst worker and his practlcal sermous aro drawing out largcr audiouccs than wo havo somctlmcB had. Ho has alroady won many friends. Among tho uumerous rcccnt wcd dlugslu town is that of Miss Minnio Platt to Mr. R, O. Bascom, whlch occurrcd IKedncsday evenlng. Dcc. 20, at tho rosldenco of tho brldo's fatbcr. Thero wero ovor ono huudrcd and (wcnty gncsts iunttcndauce. Tho glfts wcro parlicularly nttractlve many of thom bclng vcry valnablo. Tho Sat urday followlng Mr. aud Mrs, Bascom retnrnod to Fort Edward, N. Y. whoro Mr. Bascom wlll resumo LU law buslness. SHELDON & CO. W. H. SHELDON. W. H G00DN0UGH. Qrugs and Medicinss, Groceries, -AND- Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. WE IIAVE lst Thc boet of Groceries. 2d Tho bcst stock of Doots, Shocs nml Ilubbors in town. Ud Pnro DniKS nnd jredicincs, nnd coinnctcnt plmrmncists to dis- pcnso thcm day and night. OUR SPEOIALTIES ARE: FINE GROCERIES, PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, AND IEST OF BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. GOODS AT OOST AND LESS THAN ,0 THE OUR Small Prof Its MOTTO: and; Good Value. c" GOODS DELIVERED WITHIN THE VILLAGE LIMITS PROMPTLY. jss SHELDON & CO. CL0TH1NB, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, BEN INGTON UNDERWEAR, GLOVES AND MITTENS, &C, &C, AT- F. K. Haven's, Vergennes. Evcrything in tho lino of MEN'S,BOYS & YOUTHS' OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS, From $2.50 to $S2S. ln suitings, wo huvc nn cxoellont lino, varying in prico from $5 to S25, cqnnl to nny custom mndo, nnd warrnnted to ftt. In Qents' Fnrnish ings, Hnts ttnd Cnps, 13oots nnd Shocs, Gloves nnd Mittcns, wo lmvo n cnrcfnlly sclccted stock, which cnnnot fnil to suit tbo moet l'nDtidious. Our stock of GROCERIES CROCKERY. WALL CARPETS, &C, IS AS FULL AS EVER. PAPER, BufTalo and Wolf Robos from $8 to $40. BufTalo Ovorcoats, $IB to f 30. Call nn.a. Kx-fl,m 1 no. F. K. HAVEN. Cfq CD Ul . iit'ii tii tr.ui.t-tj-j it CHEAPESr AKci B carea!8opublihitia new terin uii l' r i . curreutanrlbtunilar.t Ku-IIonatprlct.iu.ll i ia t. rl.A t M lnl.i't. iS foutitl thPflKWTV fiT ti. llii-ttixikicvcruiatle Thvf 3 ti. ul pruitm irom Inrtro, clcar ny i,i IJovuirH Ubrurv ' lliAtctvra all Ihebent ine large, vvac tv (, mnstly Uuv iu . The fullou hi tjU 4 a llt of tliu nn; l.aiiil-wimo fitr, ZSZL&K njrr, i . 1 1 . . vnvu iinm'HT wonhy cf wcscrvatlon. i.ili. r torm. Irstrml, howevcr, of tho EVER MADE 1. nnxTion. IaiiuIiIKiw. t. Oatre-llfr, lKifclluw, Iu Haudsoino liluio VtiU, Iar(jo Tyi)c, ?apor Covera, S. The Ilaimr Uov. 4. Ame, by iljoru&ou, &. t'nmkcnpti'in, . , 0. Lat of tlio Mohlcang, T. Cljlip, liy llatiini, 8. Thu Moonf lim,- l'rt I . l)o. by Colliiia. l'artll, 10. OlUcr Tlt, Hicktiw. 11. Tha Comiug ll.s. , 18. I.clla, by Lonl l.Mlon, 13. Tho 'flirfo .'naulnrdj ThoTrlcloof ilioiiii-fkj Unvctled, by 1 loii.lin, .w 15. IAbbo Cuublnuti:). . .im 16. FrccUea, by ItaliliiT, . .w 17. The Darfc Collcvii, . ..j 18. They Wcre Jlanlnl! . .u 10. Seekcrs aftcr iixl. l. arrar, , , . .'.J ,',M .X) .11 .10 . l .i'J .1) M .10 1J. Tl. Hj.h.i li bt V! t;ni..i : .. . . ,1 i Cl. 'I'lu iin.M -Moujimui l'4't. , . i !!!. Fl.-imlto ,t tVrilK. . .w XI h.wil 'l lu..;;hts, by j.rn'lL'HtMU. , . S!. Tl.oKi'v M ,nl.iltn, . llliow. by lilifj Iav, ' . 1..IC vt Wi "Mivtim . '. 1 i:il Ktiii:ell'. ' . b. t!-;L, Ib-ait aiiil Pen. l io I'niv. br HmU i Imi.'.byl .1 1 . tl.-f . :.). t.v Wm'i. .. . i I. l'.rml .M:tltn vr-, ' . Wt 'Ihu Waiitttol lj,.it un.ti'nltt. ,i. I.wi.-'i .u 1. Ji'-.n llillfi:, Mi.1.,1., 1 tLMti, byj!iljYr:te. Iho followliijf nriiii i.rti.il li.;t of ImmiIw uow iuulr: tliny nro neatly printeU on a ThoC'ryptopram.Vcnie S'l. Ufe ul Jlorlon, by J torry ona Wccnjs, . 'Z. I'nul sml Vlrglnin, !H. Tala or Tmo Cltlc, . 31. Tho llcrmlls, Klngsler, -w. AuAihcnturolnThulo and Morrlnijo of Jloi ra Fcrgna, Wm.Blaclc 41. Slarrlago ln IliBhUfo, 41. ItoblH, by Jtra l'arr, . 4.1. TvoonaToor, Ilanly 41. Kasaclai, by Johnson, 41. Alico, by l.jtton, . , 4!1. nko or Kandot, . , 47. Itiron MunchausiMi. 4J. I'rlnccMofThule.lllack .a) 4J. Tho Hecrtt Dlapatcb, J vj. jiany ijaya or CHrHtl anlty, by Farrar, 111 1 gootl paiifr, nnd very nitiTu th liypenon. Jiy i.nn;friinir. Outre-Mor. lly lnirfrllmr. Tho Happy Boy tvud A ruu. FrankcnHtlcii. liytHo Clytle. )ly sutton. Thfi Xoonstone. iiy Collhii. Tho Comitur 2iaca. Lyttuu. Tho Thvto BpanlanlB. Tho Trleka of thn Qrcokj tmrci!! ltobirt JIuuilui. I.'Abbo Constauttn. IVeckles. lijr JJi-U, llir. AmonK thu lwvr Ixvd, A nfvv tiliUon of Cuiiuii IV Eariy Days of Cijriianity ly ln'iii.il ln olnili. 1i cbr lr!r Calln. SdsUat-a micr God. !'r i t.ui ultr.r ThcGrecuMcunt.'4!nr.oj'a 1 j.'louirllo. l.tliJ,it Kon.l Th:.ut;l't9 1 . i ..i : . . :, ' 'C'ae JIcw S'.uedleii. . jivoi-oo. l- ,..r!'tn. i r..v. ; t.lf j of Wjuhhitou. cuo. !'-( i. 1 Ihu. I. t :ce Vei sia. Ilj i llJltv jjbailnurfj.. v. . .iii;. . !. li wu tl.--.ii . i 00 cantn cach. Tho atant Baft. Vcraf. Two ou a Tower. HardT. Prlncesa of Thule. Black. Ufo of Marlou. lly llorry Tho nermlta. Dy Klnseley. Buko of Kandos. Mathry. KaatLynuo. Mra.lenrrVood Janojeyro. cnartotto Urontf-, Ilobln. DyMrs. I'arr. Marrlapo ln Hlsh lifo. Admirttl'aWaid, Alcxnndcr. ul li;tli)U uro n.3 a:id new ybae-s oirTs. lVol. l.'mo,loth,eilt, 1 " nau ciur. Thla odttloa ia iimitcl frori 'i r gooa paifr, anu vcry aiiradiVki i t caircdulonivill mako a i l,m Tcachcr. ThonlHuvi'. i ln neatpaiR'rcon'l n . i So. W. Unrly Dayu ct Cnru ! . .ir IriJ, ou . fiJbaT' UJ.IM1 f.V. 'jtUv -.i...lar.Srlu...i Jl.KJ I ui.ii, i loth, L'llt. tnul balf calf. ' j.' i w ii. Tiiackoroy'a ComDleto Warlca. 11 iimi, ctoui, pui, anu nair cair. Qcoraa Ellofs Completo Worka. Volnmca, i i.i... tlolli, rllt, and tialf calf. riuumus iavci of IUustrlomi Men. Canoa l'anar, Dlvoroo, an orlirln&i Nuvel, li I'lur (raret Lee. 1 ol. untj, nu.it t'sl tuvr, AjH)ucrfut AtnccanNoc.!(i.ilT.t'Hlt!i u u' j.rti'f ltnl iiiiiiortauccal Iho ii,i i. ,...) fUM. JiiauilTivK C.inuc: . , ;j, l.i: ,s jojis ir. i , i.i. (.. j- ;,d 1 . I.vuli v.;l.iiu.Mmo. cloth, Bllt, and half calf. ' ' - . . ry. U-.lUiia'Ancicnt Blatory. 4 Volnmcx, limo, ,iilr.-. ! .i! ijllt, tnid half calf. ' 1. Ch .rles Knieht'a Popular Iliatory of Enc. lanil, 3 oluiuc a. Iftnu, cloth. cilt tor. JU icaulay'a Illstory of Knglnnd. 5 Volnmca, t. voll'o ecrloa of Bed Llno PoeU, 40 to! ii.i ii aiiinc uct uorfcaot tna world'a trr4 . .-K 'lcnnjaon, IshakMpcrc, Milton, Mercdlth, i' ii..,.,, luvwf. n,u iivcvu. uauie. I' UN AlTI.ICATIO.V. Virfo-a, li cC 10 rewy St., Neu York. The Nlght After Chrlstmas. rwas ine nig&t aner Chrutmai; tlio boya nere awalto, Aner atufflng nltn lurkey, nnd puilitinr, and cakc, And doughnuta, and oyalera and pluma and rolnce ptes, Tbcre were moanlngt tnd groanlnga and plteoui crlca : Onlyatomach "O Uoscal" "O llCllI "I ahalrdlel "Iloir I Klsli that I Iudn't had half aa much plel" "0 uiotherr "Come, hurril" "O what hall I do?" ' "Brinr aomeUiInr to ture mol" "Boo-hoo" and"lloo-liool7' And mother, olanned by the racket and noue. iwu iu iu ace TT4iai 4,414, 4.U4UU uu tur uio ooya. l'Eiinr DAYla'g l'w Killeh ahe brought fot rellcr. And aoon toade au cnd of thelr nolse and thelr crlcl : Andlhen there waa quiet and Jny ln tho house, auu cucii vi ine iau waa aa auu na a monie. "And wllt itiou not reach out a frlcndlr anu To ralie me from amldtt thla plunge of aon-ow'" A frie'ndly and a aarlog arm 11 extended to all who arc pluaged lnto aorrow becaute tbey hare heart dlacaae. Kor a dollar you can buy a bottle of Dr. Cratea lleart Uegulator, an Inlallible cnre lor uua terruying uiacaac. Jf you don't want to Ireeio when lt'a cold nlTAr fWim jitpcaIva i,ra,lriitlnn wttan II'1 warra use Brown'a Iron lllltera. Old Mother Slilpton. Conldcrable"atock" waa taken Inwbatllother Shlpton aaid would come to paaa ln the year 1831 by thoae who are ready to awaliow down eyary wnlnt that floats alongj but tbeaa aarae peraona wlll tntrer from bavlna- all aorta of bumsra for yeari, before tbey wlll bellere that Bny centa' WDria ofSwayna'a Olntment wlll effectually cure them. Mlnliteri, Judget, lawyera, and eren pnjaiciana aare iuueq 10 ilUmerlta, T Cholco ExtracU from Dmt'fflsts. i'oeknow the ralne of malt, lioni, qnlntno bark and aaparagua compaaing- 'llalt lllttgra." Oeat kloney inedicmo on our ahclrea." -Oar lady cua toraera blghl r pralae them.', 1'hyalclana preacribe them In thla town." Tbe targeat bouie and beat medlcine." "Our beat peopie Uke "Malt Ulttara.i "jure cure ftrcblUi aod llvcr diacaiea." Eclectic Magazine Eorclgrn OF Lllcraturc, Sclence and Art, T. M. OHAPi o'C KJ l883-30th Year. Tho Eclectio MiOAzrxE renroducea ft-om for ciku i44u4iiuii au iuoao ariiciea wnicn aro val nablo to Amerlcan rcadera. IU fleld ofscloctlon embracea all tha leadlng Jr'orelra Iteriewt, Ma. gailoea, and Journala, and tno taatealofalt claaaca of.lntelllgent readera are conaullcd ln the arUclca preaented. Ita plan Includea Sclence, Morela, Short Stonca. etc. clc SA-Tho followlng litta comprlae Uie prlnclpal pcrloclcala from whlch aelecuona are niadc and ihanameof aome ot llie lcading wrltera Hho WUUIUUW 4W 444I.U4: AUTJIOrS. m.Hon.W.E.aiadtone. Allrcd Tcnnyaon, l'rofesaorlluxley. rrorcaaor Tyndall. Ulch. A. Proctor, n. A. J.N. Lockyear. F.U.a. "r. ry . 11. i,arpcnier. EDTajlor, I'rof ifax Mullcr. 1'rofoaaor Owcn. Matlhew Arnold, E A Freeman. H n T.. Jatnea Anthooy Frbiule, Thoniaallughea. wiuiam Juack, Anthony Trollope, Mra. OllnnhanL Tugenleff. aiiaa Tbacxeray, etc. rEKIODICALS. Quartcrly HotIot. lirit.guart tjuarterly ltetlew.' uuriru ItOTlflW. WettmlnTater Iterlew, Contemnorary lleilew. Fortnlabtly Bcrlew. The Nlnetecnth Cent'y. l'opulareiclence lteTlew Illackwood'a ilagailno. uorniuu aiagaxjne. Macmlllan'a Uagazmc. l.ongman'a Maarattne. Ngnqurrt.llagailne, Temple Dar. llelgravla. tioou Worda. I.ondon Sodely. Saturday ltorlew. Tbe Spectator.ctc., ctc STEEL ENGRAVINQS. The Eclectic eomnrlKa cach year two lanre Tolumea of oyer 1,704 pagea. Kachof theae rol. umca contalna a flne sleel cngTaTlnr.'whlch adda much to the.attractlon of tho magailnc- jmm.-omgie copica, cenu; one copy, magailne to one addrcai, 18, WE ARE BOUND TO OJXISE OUT OUR ENT1RE STOOK 01 v 1 TZJEtrST GrOODS -AND OFFER one year, fS; flro coplea, JOj trtal nbaciiptfon lortbreemonthi.tl. The Eclectio and any II .U&IMU 4U VUU 44UU4C, f Q, ith tho Eclectio to Instruci and nny one of llrther Amerlcan Daonthilia tn nt4.rt,in t.a leader wlll bo well-aupplled (br the year. Toa. tage ftee to all ubacrfbera. K It PELTOK, 1'uUUhcr, S4Koad(street,NewVork. EXTRA INDUGEMENTSTO GUSTOME 13cst bvnnds of Prints, Cc pcr ynrd ; formcr iricc, 8c, Orctonncs, 20c ; lecn Ecllint' at 2Sc. Ynrd wido Cotton, Oc poi' j-nrd ; bccn scllin nt 7c. SH A.WLS, DRESS GOODS AMD MANY OTIUil! T11INGS BELOW OOST. T. M. CHAPMAN & 00. GHKlSTRSAS ( wm Grand Display At F. A. Bond 15Q Silk MaradZsfisroJiicf. 8HQPPLNG BAGS, TRAVELING BAGS, FINE &Bre, KLECAKT PATTEIls.l UMBRELLAS. FAFJCY HHtl PLfllN 3LIPPERS. FAKOV UNDERWEAR, HATS AND CAPS, GLOVES AND MITTENS' Neck Wearof Description, very (OVER FIFTY l'ATTEUNS.) Monogram Jeweiry. GARDIGAN JACKETS, $1 TO $3.25, ROBES, LAP ROBES, BLANKETS, &G. A COMPLICTK ASSOUTMfiNT OV FAMTLY GROCERIE 250 Bavrcls of floiir at vcry low prices. Give us a call Youra Truly, BOND BROS. ' H. B. 1 )ODGE Ilas tho salo of the followitiff Agneultunil Iinplcmcnts and Fcrtilizcr:i, whiclniavc Imd an unprccedonted salo and givcn nnivcrsal satisfnctioii. THE PERRY SPRING TOOTH, LA DOW WHEEL AND THOiilAS SMOOTHING HARROWS, ALBINO SPRING TOOTH HARROW AND SEEDER, GHALLENGE HORSE CORN PLANTER, Also KEMP'S FATENT MANURE SPREADER, tlio WRKIHJ' OULTIVATOR anu IIILLER, and thc SniOsTi TOOTH W1RD SVLKY VLOW, and a largo varicty of HAMD 3PIjO "W !BL Also Buckcvo Mowcr, Adrianco Rcapcr and Bay Statc Ifdrs0 Rakes, and thc Midgett Ilay Tcdder, Bowkcr's IM1 and Drill Phus phate and Stockbridge Manures. Fiold, Grassj Glover aud Gar.leu Sceds in their 6eason. Also tho most comploto Stock of Sho aml Oarriago Ilardwaro, "Wlieela, Rirns, Spokcs, Carriago Tops, and 4itiTJ"v Oils and Varnishes in Addison County. Do 3Mot Iffiil to Got Prlcou Uoforo X2ixyi,Tin. Middlebury, August 31st, 1S82. The Blanchard Poods, (Conccntratcil.nnd Arlillclally Dlgcstcd,) A SUItE NATUKAL ItEMEDY For all.forms or Dyspcptlc, tVaHlns aml Clironic Dlscaac. Circulars frcc on appllcatlon. l'rescrlbeil by tliousauda of Emincnt I'liyaiclana. FOODS i BLOOD. BR For Dally uaeln licaltli nnd Diecaac, Etpcclally Adaptcd for thc IutellectnalWoiUr. These are Liquid FOODS. 1'UEl'AltlSll I). UOTl.Y FUOJf WHEAT, BEE5F? MSIaK, Dr. BlaiiDhariVs "Lcctnrcs aml Kss.ij" ou Fooil, I'rico 25 co Atldrcss BLANCIIAKD M'FG C() MliUUcluiry, Vt. L. IIANAFORD. Agcnt, Miaillcbnrj-. 1 - J. E. Negus, EPiCHAN IN 1113 NEW STOltK, SOUTH t.Sl) OK UUIUUG, 11AVINU Ol'ENEU A Xarge Stocls or GOODS, 13 OITKUIM SPECIAL IHDUCEWENTS INTHK LINES or READY MADE CI.QTIUNG. HATS AND CAPS, O ENT'S FVRNISIllSfiGCriHX, And Guarantees to all Customora F1RSTCLASS WORK, lltE VERY UKST HATEKIALS, No Clieap Mixtures, FURNITUR ESTORE. 1 noulilbcmUy nollfytlio puliliclhat 1 Lnrx opcncj a t'urniturc Storo In A. P, TUPPER'S BLOCK, nlicre I (hall kccpn rullaml F1T-W STOCK, whlch wlll bo so.it ns low as auy ilonlcr lu A-Mi 80ii county. It Will Pay Vaa lo call an.l cxnminamy it3ckt)ior.i ptirchKin k A tlnc aml cntlroly new stock of GoffinsandGaskets Vaicl n.ol3oa, il t Lcptconttautly onbanO. Thcuaoofai) EI.KOAXT JIKAUS ' ", furniihctl Frreofcbarjrc. PETER CKAMPAGNE, MHJIcbury, Decfmbcr, 1, 1S3.