P. O.Tim Table.
Trains l.eve St. Johaebary (orW.it Couoord, at
IIS l ana w r.w.
' i-.ttl. Train leave. Joansoaat 1:30 and Hvd.
Park 4 0ii. M.oiMoBdays and arrives at8t.Johos
Laatallla CaaatT Crt.
Dec. Term, 1874.
Hon. J no. Rosa, Presiding.
A, B. Smith, Assistant.
A. M. Woodbury, Aaaiatant.
Col. E. B. Sawjrcr, Clerk.
W. H. H. Kcufield. Deputj Clork.
L. H. Thompson, States Attj.
Naion Chaffee, Sheriff
Allen CbaDdler, Belvidere.
J. W. Green, Cambridge.
Geo. W. Powell,
Joseph Corucll, "
Solomon Curtia, "
Augustus Adams, Eden.
Albanus Earlo, "
Erastus Eugcrton, Hyde Park.
C. B. Wilcox, ' "
A. A. Spiccr, . ' "
A. C, Merriam, Elmore.
L. A. Gale, '
Alden Darling, Morristown.
C. W. Luce, "
J, W. Hyde,
Frank Kenficld, '
ii. II. Park hurst; Johnson.
Frank Oakes, "
Elinkim Bigelow, Stowo.
D. C. Watts.
II. 0. Faunce,
Lucius Sullies, "
V'arnus P. Locke, Waterville.
J. W. Soott, Wolcott.
The presiding Judge not being iu at
tendance, the session was opened by Judge
Smith, who presided with much dignity
till the adjournment.
A very able prajer was offered by Rev.
C. Parkhurst, after which the formal proc
lamations were made by the Shcrriff.
The Jurymen were then called and
sworn, and Deputy Sheriffs Dwinjll and
Lanpher sworn to attend them.
II. C. Faunce, juryman from Stowc,
was excused for tho term.
The Court then took a recess till 9
o'clock this morning, when J udge Ross
was present to preside.
U is thought that the term will be a
Viort one, and will complete its session
The publio are respectfully invited to
attend a lecture on the chemical composi
tion of the bumam system, id tho town
hill, in Hyde Park. on Thursday evening,
Dc. 24th. at "J P. M. : by Charles M.
Sherman, phrenologist. Free admission,
Collection taken at the close. Mr. Sher
man has the endowment of tho best educa
tors, throughout the country.
Notice. The Stockholders of the La
moille Valley Fair Ground Company, arc
hereby notified to meet at tho Town Hall
in Morrisville, on Tuesday, Jan. 5th, 1875,
at 10 o'clock, A. M... for tho purpose of
electing a Board of Directors for the ensu
ing year, and to do such othe'r business
as may be thought proper when met.
It. R. Wait, President.
A. A. Nilis, Clerk.
Morrisville, Vt., Dec.Ulh, 1874.
In giving an account of the festival
at Johnson last week, wo inadvertantly
omitted to mention the presence of the
Morrisville Band. Thiy contributed to
much to the pleasure of the affair, by
their fine playing, that it would be doing
them injustice so omit as much as to say
they were there.
Our "sanctum" in the rear of tho
printing rooms is well supplied with pa
pern, magazines, etc., and wo invite the
publio generally to call in whenever they
have spare moment in tawn.
Central Grange will meet for tho
election of officers and other business,
Saturday the 26th inst. at 1 o'clock
The Fair of tho Ladies Aid Society
lait evening was fully attended and$100.
Will pay for New Subscription to tbia
paper from now to Jan. 1st, 1876.
, 1 -,.....
Rev. H. H. Bement will preach t
the M. E. Church every Sabbath untill
Conference. . -
Curing the services at th? church
lM Sabbath, a smoko was discovered is
suing from the wall near one of the stoves.
Prompt exertioo on the part of the audi
uos, the fire was oon extinguished and
tlw services resumed. The fire caught
Wider a lino lying around the wall through
"hich the stove was pluceJ.
A singing school has been started at
' Mills, taught by Mr. Harrington of St.
Much sickness is prevailing in town
jt now. Dr. Bacon is very busy night
! day, going without sleep five eight
' weeessioo last week.
a. a. r. a.
1145 Johaton, 7.6S
IMS lira Park, t SO
130 Morrisville, 7:!M
;10 Woloott, r.7
:UI Hardwiek. 6:3
SOJ R. UanlwleV,
-2u Greensboro, 18
3 IX) Waldea, 65
j-M W. Danville, 0
J 4 IHnvtll., 6:30
4 3i Bt. Johnsbury, 4 56
Hon. C, C. Chadwick, Ex-JuJgo of
Probate, died at bit residence on Monday
Tbe railroad is doiug quite a large
business in freight, and tbe prospect for
future business is good, judging from the
amouut of lumber, bark, Ac, being hauled
to tbe station.
Prof. D. A. Winslow has moved to
the nice tenement over the depot whore be
I understand that some suppose me to
say in my article, two week airo, in the
Niwsdkalkr that the liabilities of this
town are now $112,600.
What I supposed myself to have ioti
mated, was that the scn-i-annual inter
esi on the bon-lt, tor tho twenty years,
added to the other sums, would bo the
Johuson, Vt., Dec. 2d, 1874.
Thursday of last week, on the late
battle ground, war held the first Tem
plars Uuion which was ever appoiuted here.
Early in the forcoooo delegations began to
arrive from the diffeteot lodges, and ere
noon the little church could boast of
goodly congregation assembled within its
walla, with the evident purpose to cheer,
urge, and strengthen eich other in the no
tlo cause in which they were enjoyed.
The afternoon was mainly devoted to the
discussion of various questions perliuent
to tho work of the order and passed off
pleasantly. At the evening session tho
doors were thrown- open and tho house
vas woll filled by an uipreeiuli.e audi
ence who listened with mailed attention
to the literary exercises und the remarks
made for the good of the order by many
present. Ainongoiliers present to enliven
tho occasiou nith his counsel and wit, was
tho uoted hero of the sup-pun, who vwathc
sp akor of the evening und the observed
f 4-very eye. A little uf'ter nine o'clock
the meeting adjourned and each went his
way, apparently in a cheerful mood in
which new cider hud no part in producing.
Tho Lamoille County M. E. Ministe
rial Association held a pleusant and profit
able session on Dec. 8th and Oth at
East Elmore. During tho meetings held,
several essuys of interest were read, one
by It. Sanderson, on tho "Resurrection of
the dead j" G. L. Wells, on "Christian
Bemficenee j" J. C. Langford presented
a akitch on Psalm 73:22 ; also II. II. Ba
mcnt, on Psalm 100:4. W. II. Dean led
a discussion on the question, "Are the
publications of the Methodist Church pat
rooized by the Methodist people as tbey
ought to be?"
On Tuesday evening the Rev. II. II.
Bumoni preached a sermon founded on
Luke 24:25, an 1 oo Wednesday evening
the Itev, W. H. Dean delivered a dis
course, taking for the foundation of his
remarks, Mat. ?.;23, "Emmanuel, which
is being interpreted, God with us."
Tho members of Eagle Ledge Grange,
P. of II. at their last regular meeting
elected for tho year ensuing, tho follow
ing officers :
Master, C. B, Guycr.
Overseer, M. h. Clark.
Steward, P. L. Merritt
Assistant Steward, J. P
Lecturer, P. A. Stevens.
Chaplain, P. Davw.
Secretary, A. Taylor.
Oate-keepor, R. Wbitcher,
Cores,-Mrs. J. Scott.
Flora, Mrs. C.C. Brown.
Pomona, Mrs. 0. Titus.
Lady Steward, Mrs. T, L. Merritt.
Past'. Master, A. Jennings.
Tbe singing school, taught by L. B.
Harrington and which moots every Thure.
day evening in the village school house,
Your correspondent wishesssome one
would get married or do something or oth
er, so as to furnish a few items. r
Atkins & Hodge are selling goods at
a- reduction for cash during tbe holidays,
and after Jan. 1st will adopt the "pay
down" system of doing business; but will
make their prices suoh that it will be some
thing gained by trading there.
D. W. Cutting's horse got badly
frightened last week and overran Francis
Gallop and Benjamin Baraett. Mr. Bar
nett was considerably injured.
Otis Sherman recently killed two
hogs that weighed 1168 pounds, and D.
C. Thompson sold ono of his for $49.00.
Mrs. Emma Paul will speak in tho
church at Cady's Fulls Sunday Deo. 27th.
In Stowe, Nov. 80th, Mary Morrison, dangb
tcrof the late William , and Lucy Morrijoa,
aged 23 years.
Io Wolcott, Dee. 10th, Mary.daughtcr of the
late Frank Whitney, aged 15 years. x' '.
NewAdvcrtisemontBlThe Aldine Company's
Ma. Editor : In behalf of tha friends and
neighbor sf Francis Peek. I rife to express ear
Indtcnatloa to th slanderous piees In the last
week s lane of the Cidiea. As an explanation I
bare Hred lelghbor to hint several years while he
was living with different wlv.'s. Ilare dealt with
him and know blm to be a peaeeable, Industrious,
strictly honest and truthful man.
lie has beeu married three times i bis first aire
wosMahala Paine of Woloott. Ills second, Wealth
Loreland of Johnson. Two lovely, kind and In
dustrious woman as ever breathed heaven's pure
air. They were happy themselves and made those
happy with whom they associated. Tb-y made
home one that poets love to sing of, "They elung
to him as the Tine to the oak. Their last on this
earth to him was a fond embraoe an affeotionate
food bye meet in Heaven.
lib last wire he married on very short aequaint
anoe, was Eliia French daughter of clock-tinker
French. Dees the candid reader need to know
muret if so I refe- you to the piece she has written.
Do men gather grapes of thorns or figs from this
tles. A Nciuueoa.
Dec. 14th, 1874.
Annual Ball !
FRIDAY XVEJVLYQ, JAJV. 1st, 1876.
All, Old and Young, are Invited.
ST. JOHNSBURY QUADRILLE BAND.
House Bill, 2.BO.
Half fare on the P. 4 O. It. R. Free ennvev
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E. B. SAWYER. Proprietor.
Be It Known To You
That If you with to have a
or a doion
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or, for that matter, of
NEW HAMPSHIRE REGISTERS.
It Is high time that you send In your order, nd If
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Every Roaster will contain a complete BUSI
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other matter. Tho prlco of N. 11. Rod'ter is 'ii
cents, but fennonfersoiui havo bjth for 40 ctd. of the
Claremont Mfg. Co.,
Clarcmont, N. II.
Buffalo & Wolf Robes !
A new lot of Robes Just reooived for salo cheap
for I no "reuiiy, ' at the
HARDWARE AND HOUSE
Cash Paid for all Kinds of
ping FURS 1
aim I have a lew Goods in tho following linos
which 1 would line to excnangoior scrip
(New and elogunt stylos.)
(in great variety,)
Oils and Paints, Window Class,
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Paperhangings, a large Stock of Fine
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Mechanics' Tools, Boyton's
Pratt's Astral Oil,
The Best and safest In the Unrket, no more Lamp
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C. J. PATCH,
IN HYDE PARK.
And sold on the
rn ic7Q li onn mnra machines than any
other Company and in 1873, 1I3.2M moro Machines
than any oilier ueuipany.
Account of Sales from sworn returns of
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The Singer Mfe; fie...... Bold
Wheeler wuson sii g io :, , 7
n.,mot.lo 3. M . Co " 'M
Grover4 Bkor8. M. Co ' f'.'JJ
WeedS. M. Co
WilsonS. M. Co .
Howe Mannino Co n returns.
Gold Medal 8 M Co "
American d H e
B P ilowo 8 M Co
Remlngten Empire 8 M Co
Frorence 8 M Co
DavisS M Co....
Vletor 8 M Co
Bleos 8 MCo
Socor 8 M Co
Aetna, J. R. uraunsaon is to...
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Centennial 8 M Co
Keystone o Ju to
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.uostlonao,.. Jb Ratch
Hyde rark, Nov.25th, 1874,
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Estate of' Ahait Perham.
Tho undorslgned, having been appointed bytlie
lion. Probate Courll'nr the District of Lamoille
COMMISSIONERS, to receive, oxumlno and ad
just all olaimsaml nemansof all persons against
tho ostate of Alvanl'eiliam late of Cambridge in said
District, doccasod, and all claims exhibited In off
set thoreto, hereby given notico that wo will meet
for the purposes aloresaid, at the dwelling house
the late AlvunPorhau ontho21stday olOetoberand
10th of Juno next, front tun o'clook a. m. until four
o'clock, P. M .. eaoli of said days, and that 6 months
from the 10th day of December A.D.I874 is the time
limltoo by said Court for. aid creditors to present
their claims to us for examination and allowance.
Dated at Cambridge, tills I7tli day of Doo.A.D.1874.
Estate of Luther Lillcy.
The undersignod! having been appointed by tho
Hon. Probate Court for the District of Lamoille
Commissioners, to receive, examine, nnd adjust all
claims and demands, of all persons uguist the es
tate of Luther Lilloy Into of Hyde Park in said
District, deceasrd. and all claims exhiblfed in off
set theroto, hereby give notice that will meet for
tho purposes aforesaid, at Lamoille County Na
tional Back BOilding at Hyde Park, aforesaid on
tho 2d Thursday of April and 2d Thursday of May
next, from o'clock, A. M. until 5 o'clock, P.M.,
eaoh al said days, and that six montln from the
16th day of November A. D. 1874 Is the time limit
ed by said Court ft r said creditors to present tholr
olalms to us for examination nnd allowance
Daied at Hyde Pork, tills 14th day of Dec. ad 1674.
LUCIUS U. NOYES, Commissioners
6 THOMAS W. HYDE, J Commlsslencrs,
John IV. Hoyt's Estate.
State of Vermont, Lamoille District, SS. In
l'mbate Court, held at Johnson in and for
said District on tho 22d day of December,
A. D. 1874.
George F, Hill admUtrntor on tho estato of
John W. Hnyt late of Hyde Park In said DIs
trlet, deooased, makes application to said Court to
extend tho time heretofore allowed him to pay tho
debtsdue from said eotato, and to render hit ad
ministrasion account until sonjo future dayt
Whereupon, It is ordorod by said Court that said
application be hi anl at the Probate OfEce, in
Johnson on the 8th Hay of Jrnuury, 1878 and, it is
furthor ordored, that notloo lie given to all persons
concerned, by the publication of this order in tho
Lamoille Newsdealer printed at Hyde Park three
weeks successivnly, bofore said hearing.
By the Court. Attest,
S B. 8. PIKF, Register.
I have for disposal a blnok Haro, weighing nine
hundred pounds i six years ofugs, perfoetly sound i
safe for anyone to drive and an excellent drlvor.
Any one can obtain her at a bargain .
8. H. WATERS.
Johnson, Vt. Nov. 2, 1871. -
STOUGHTON & TIFT,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS AND
Dry Goods, Groceries !
BOOTS & SHOES, CARPETS, WALL PAPER,
We have now oo hand and are rcciving weekly additions to our stock of Fa IT
aod Wiinter Goods, and are prepared to offer
GREAT I $ A- J i CiV I .TV S I
We call especial attention to our FURNITURE and lato arrivals of CAlf'
PETS and WALL PAPER, which we are offering at greatly reduced p ricca
Good Hemp Carpet. 25 rents per yard.
Good Duodco and Vienna Carpets, 40 ' "
Ingrain, 45, 50 and 60 " ' "
Extra and Super. Ingrain, 75, 85, 90 atid 1 00 " "
Tapestry Brussels, 1 00 to 1 25
Oil Cloths, 40, 50 and 00
India Matting, Rugs, Slair Carpets.
Oil Cloth, Spreads, Curtains, &o.
DRESS GOODS STILL LOWER!
We are offering Black Beaver and Drap d'rte for ladies' cloaks and sncks)
also Blach Silks, Puro Pongee Silks, fino Black Brilliantinos, Cashmores and l&a
hairs. Alpaccas, Merinos, Empress Cloth, Serge?, Poplins, and oilier dress good.
AT REDUCED RATES!
Ladies -and Gentlemen's Under-wear,
HOSIERY, NUBIAS, SCARFS, DRESS TRIMMING S
Yak in ccs and a gocd aolection of small wares.
Genuine Paisley Shavls, 88 usually sold for 12V
. 10 usually sold for 15V
Ottomotn Reversible Shawls of u:w design and beautiful pattern, $2 to
Good Sheeting, .
Alpacca Lusters und Brocades,
Heavy Winter Cloth, 40,
The best selected white Winter Wheat,
GREAT BARGAINS IN JOB LOTS AT WHOLESALE AT ALL TIMES.-
Wo shall bo pleased to havo our stock examined, aud solicit your inspection'
before making your purchases in other markots.
Morrisville, Dec. 1874.
The REMINGTON SEW
ING MACHINE has sprung
rapidly into favor as posses
sing tho best combination of
good qualities, nainolyt light
running, smooth, noiseless,
rapid, durable, with perfect
It is a Shuttle Machine,
with Automatic Drop Foed.
Design beautiful and oon
sruction tho very best.
GOOD AGENTS WANTED. SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
Add-ess REMINGTON SEWING MACHINE CO., ILL10N, N.
BRANCH OKF1CKS OP HEM1NUTON COMPANY'S.
E. IlcmingtoDt& Suns,
L'emington dewing M. Co.
Remington Ag'l Co.,
UNION HOUSE, IlYDIfi PARK. Vt.
Friday Eve , December ibth, 74.
ED. C. CRANK.
GEO. L. WATERMAN.
PAUL'S QUADRILI.E BAND.
Bill, ?2 50.
A largo attendence is rospootfully solicited.
J. F. KKLLEV, Proprietor
Tlnre will besoli at Publio Auction tho follow
Eslale of Llltinda Whiting. Ingpi-jperty. belonging to tho csUto of John
,, j.i. j i..ii. .nnini.j i. t),n Huhnos, Bankrupt, at the shop forioorly ooeupled
The undersigned. ''".n0 "''" by the sold John'llolmes I. Johnson on Wedojday
lion. Probate Court lor the District of Lamoille jVnPV nth isv, iti o'elonk a u b, tl n l.ir.l,.
COMMISSIONERS, to receive, oxaiulne and adjust "bWner to wit-
al. claims and demands of all perions atal nst the The ceShop, and lot on which It stands..
"'SS'?,.0 1 lnda .y'L'i'8!! . imL"li inud S ln Jolmson Flllage, formerly occupied bv the
sa d District, deceased jind all olftim'c "''b td ' Bankrupt, Mill jfnohlnery, 'and stcim engine 1A
oft.et thereto, horoby given nothjo tl at mii Carriages Bnisiied and unH..ishfd , A
win Niuei 101 mo miiu?i. i"'j
the Prohnto Office In Johnson
4th day of January and 6th day of April
next, from on
inn n'oiiMir n . m nrti 11 n v ii'nifis'K . u.
lAA . Z h T .7.T. n.m
ofsalddays, and that six months from the
' of Ootober A. D. 1874 is the time limited
;ourtfor said creditor, to present their
miuunja, nuu ii
October A. D. it)
rt for said orod
hnson.this 14th i
Iti tn day
bv said Court
claims to us ror exam mat on ana aiiowanoe.
DatodatJelinBon.inis Mtnaayoi uco.,A.i. me.
.owVri'iw Colnm M " '
6 ObO. P. PHILLire.) . , . ,
Kelnti nf VrnUrifU 11 Ulnntamie
bstate OJ rreaeriCK IJ. luoruague.
Tho undorslgned, having boen appointed by the
lion PrnhntB Court for tllj District Of Lamoille
ISAAC h. PEARL,
Commissioners, to rooeivo, examine, and adjust all
olalms and demands of all rereons against tho es-
tuto of Krrderlck 11. Montague late of Cambridge
in said District, deceased, anil all olalms exhibited
in onset thereto, hereby give notice that wo will
d purposes atoresam, at tue oweinng
housoof tholttto Fredoriok 11. Montaguo on tne
t'lik ,inv nf Jnnnarv and fltli dav of June next.
from lOo'oloek A. M. untU4o'olock P.M., eaoh if
said days, and that six mom lis irom toe lutn uav oi
t7. ..f 'l i n u 7. ih. il.,,. Ilmlt.d hv .aid
Court for said creditors to present their olains to
us for examination ann anowanne.
A. D. 1V4. ...t, ,
of Dry Goods !
1 00 each.
G to 8 cents per yard.
12 ccots per yard.
8 cents per yard by tho web,
25 cents per yard,
50, 00 and 65
$6 00 pcrbbli
STOIiaiiTOJY A' T'IFT-
RBMINGTON No 1 lllaolii do'
for family use, in' the third
year of Its existence, has met :
with a moro rapid' 'rierenso of
ratio of sales than any ma-"
eh Ine on tho market.' -
REMIFGTON No' 2 Macffine'
lor manufacturing and family
uso, yoady for delivery only
slnoo June, 1971), for range,
perfection, and variety o
work. Is without a rival In the
family or work-shop.
!HI 2i Broadway, Now Vork, Arms.
Madison Square New York, Sowing Machines.
Chicago, 'ill State St., S. Machines and Anns.
Boston, 'Xii WiiHhington st. Sewing Machines,
Cincinnati, 181 Wosttth St., Sewing Machines.
Ctlca, 1-HJ ticnossee St., Sewlue Machines.
Atlanta, (ia., Dotiive's Upora House. Muriotta Sll,
, Sewing Machines.
Washington, D. C, 531 Seventh st., S. Machines.
GEORGIA AND JOHNSON
Mll'.an A Hunt are now running a first olasi
lino of Stages (daily) on this route, and in a man
ner to aoooinmodute the traveling uuhlio. as tkev
loavo Johnsonovory day (Sundays excepted) at 6
A. M. going via, Cambridge and arriving at Oeor-'
gia Depot at ID 1-2 A.M., making eluso connections
with trsinr for New Vork Montreal OgdensbuTgh
and the, West, also with trains arriving in Boston'
same day. Boturnlng, arrive at Johnson at 3P.M.
Fleet horses, gentlemanly drivers, comfortable'
eoao ies ana low tares on tins line.
HENRY MILLAN, HENRY
nuant tv (T material aonertAbainu.tii tho liuilnosi
.eoond.hand Carri aires and IIJnMses , Anuantltv .
r. , , . - - x- r
01 80K anu "arawooa luiitwv Aqoftinuy ur ahjv.
nlroh a, u , Numerou.
. nuantitv or Hav rif e
d,. Also one Saddle., three Robes, one ro
Ca?simcre, two Wheel-Barrows ono set of Scales
and a quantity of wood Stoves, store Pipe tamps,-
phains and one Clock. .
Thoabove named Shop is pleasantly located Irr'
Johnson vllage ; is a large and w ill arranged two-
story building, with bastment. In thorough rcpalrV-
u contains wood work-room, blacksmith roomr.
paint room, varnish room; trimming room and re.-
nnlrrnnra. UllfnrnliliAS will, nln m.nlilnflrtf- '
run by Steam power,
. ,, w ., nin, vn 1
It. W, Mot AKLAND. AfBlgnee.
j0i,nMn. t.0. pod. 1S74- .
Agents to canvas for the
nr irpe rioiur.-
Good Territory given if applied1 f"f on.-
Agonts oan vanning for other tartlvs ttIIT Unit It?
tholr llU,rMt to Br!to or mlv
i n nrtnillu
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