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VERMONT' WATCHMAN & STATE JOXJltNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883
5 thom. Whnt dtd thny cata If thay apolled etery ono eli6 enjoyment ? And go tnejr tilk(id and langhfd, not rolndlng wbethor De Knntflkl wu RtrengthenlnK hls mnsclo In a thnndorlng forte, or wm llghtly rendorlnn ft planlwlmo ntrBlnj not mlndlne eyen Mlts Thurby'B iweelwt bobrs. We hope that, be (ore they Rttond another enterUlnmpnt, they wlll elthnr read thla toucblng pawgraph or borrow a little good floneo ot some ono who wlll stay nt home. Tiir gentlemen who wero solected to look np ths matter of a water supply (or thls vlllBge have not bcon nnmlndful of thelr dullcft, and wlll, wlthont donbt, bo rendy to repott nczt Monday otrnlng. They have vlalted the pond and conpldered the rulvlsnblllty ot Btnrtlng from Doten's or from tbo maln body ot water fnrtber up; entlmateg havo been secured on plpe, reoponBlliln partles ofTerlng to dellver lt hero at from 835 to $40 per ton: tlify havo do ttrmlned upon the amonnt of pipo nerdrd and Joel Foster ls now at work upon a plan of the whole system. The commlttee expect to e cnre the servlcrs of Superlntendent Lovell of the fltehburgh (Mftss ) water worhs, aa to mat ters where a technlcal knowledge ls necf-.wiry. 'The Toterg ahould be on hand nezt Monday evenlnc, glve thn matter a candld hearlng and vote to secure the water lu that manner whlch appeare, underall the clrcumstancos, tobnbeet. Sccn Blngera an Emma Thnrsby and cmch nlanlstg as Chevaller de Kontskl are not often indnced to tarn aolde from the more advauta goona ofJters and larger audlencea of mctropol Itan and provlnclal cltles to favor a country Tlllage. It wlll doubtlesa be many a day before the opportunlty nffered to thla cnmmnnlty last Tharaday evening wlll be repeatod. To thoe who heard Thursbv and de Kontakl the occaalon wlll be the recollectlon of a lifetlme Mlss Thnraby'a froedom from the frtphlonable alra and mannoriama of great and favorlte rlngera won the affectlon of her hearera, and the mnr ellona power, purity and precislon of a volce that had cnptlrated all Europo and et the crltlcal Furlelana wlld. were the wonder and the lnnxpresnlblo drllght of hor nndlence. Chcyallor de Kontfkl'a liandllng of the plano destroyed all one'g prevtoualy concelved ideaa of the mnalcal pogalbllltlea ot that lnetrument. He deftly plcked from the kpyg the daintlest blta of aweeteat pounds and anon the plano ralned and hatled every comblnatlonof musical notea and a tempeat of mualc pwrpt through the trembling' strlngs. The deacrlptlona one hBa read of the wondorfal effects nf the great playerB of earlier tlmea wcre forclbly rf called and realized. Anvthirg raoro btllliant than hlaplaying lt ls dlRlcult to conceive. Uls power of trllllngand hia wonderful ezecuttnn arouied the warmeBt entbuslasm and ezrlfd the hlgh est admlratlon. He waa greeted wlth frequfnt and rnpluroue encoros, to whlch be reapoaded wlth pleaalng and dlgnlQed grnce. An ap proach even toanadfquate dracrlptlon of the yarlous performancoa of tbene mulclans ez ceedg onr power. Montpelier wlll chorlnh pleaaant recollectlona ot Thuraby and de Kontakl. Rkt Mn. Hinckb and Rev. Mr. Mtller cx ohargd pnlplta laat Sanday mornlnir.. . . .Mra. H. F. nili retnrna from Concord, N. II., to day. . ...Dr. H. A Cuttlngwaa Intownlast week.... Our townaman, CbarleaT. Sabin, was in Fltch bnrg, Maaa., laat week . .Very acceptable rauclc waa furnlfhed for the Joaeph Proctor comblna tion by Mr. Gllaon and Mr. and Mra. C. M. Cuiihman Rev, H F. Hlll wentto Hanover, N. U., last Monday, upon cleiical duty Mr. A. A. Iladley lias gnne to Iloptor, to be abaent two weeka MaTtba B. Grxlgea, of Pittdburgb, rA., la vinlting at Mr. Edward Dewey's. Mlss Gralpec la a cnnain of Mra. Dewey and a nlece of Mra Dr. Dewey . H Illnkley, Eq , haa been threatencd wlth an at tack of pntumonla, but 1b better. ...Mrn. M. G. Klnson playg the orgnn at ihe Church of the Mertelah dnring Mr. Hadlny'e absepco. .. . J. Vi. Brock la rrcoverlng f rom hia recent illneaa.... A cblld ot O. T Dodge la aick wlth membrane- ou8croup....Dr. and Mra. C. M. Scrlbner left on Monday for Minneapolia, Mlnn., where they are to reeldo. . . .T. C. Clark waa in town Mon day. North Montpelier. The East Montpelier "annual" la to be held at the Pavilion, in Montpelier, January lat. Blalsdell'a orcbeitra elghtpiecea) la tofurnlah the mualc. The carda wlll be out thla week. .. .The North Montpelier dramattc and mualcal club have in preparatlnn two playa, and they propoae to prraent the aame to tbe pnblic somo tlme nezt mnnih. , , . Several conplea attended the CamilU Urgocon cert at Barre laat Saturday fTenlnir. and all nnlte in unqnallfied praiae...The firat ainging- acnooi oi ine courge la 10 De at veairr natl ttua (Wedneaday) evening, Profeaaor C. F. Dadley, tescher. East Mon'pellcr. The prayer-meeting held at Calvin Ueraey's laat Saturday night waa so well attended that one haa been ap polnted to be beld at E. W. Ormabee'a hall nezt Saturday evening, at aeven o'clock Stephen W. Arma, who had pevere hemnr ihageg from hia atomach and lunga on Tbanka glvlDg day and the day following, cauaPd by yalvular diaeaae of tbe heart and overllftlng, ia atill in a very crltlcal condltlon. He la alao anfferlng from congeation of the Uver from the same cauaca. Ilopea are entertalned that be wlll eventually recover. Mra. 0 K. Davla la there to help care for hlm The ladlea' ao- dal improvement gociety, wlll meet wlth Mra. Luciiin Sandera nezt Thuraday evening N. W. Johnson recelvedintelllgenceof tbedanger ona illnesa of hia mother laat Monday nlght, and haatened to ber bednlde yeaterday mnrn- ing Mra. Ilenry Waabburn haa returnrd to her mother' b, In Burlington.... Engene llath away haa rented hia father-ln-law'g farra. Wntcrbnry. George N. Gove haa three car-Ioada of alelgba whlch he la aelllog at very low prlcea. The Btylea are the popular Port land, the Fnrtland awelled aldea, andjthe Port land oval back. Snow may como any day. Buy a good alelgb while one can be had cheap. ....Friday evening waa thefortleth annlver aary of the marrlage of Mr. and Mra. George W. Moody. Thelr famlly relatlvea gave tliem ' aanrpriaeon the occaalon. Valnable preaenta were glven and a pleaaant evening enjoyed. ....Mr. Charles Keeno baa been awardedthe mall contract for the ensuing year, at $144 Mr. Keene aaanmed hia dutiea Mondav morn- Ing The village Fchool opened Monday mornlng with full ranka. It may be neceraary to inform tbe B aton papers who publiah the local preaB agenta' canarda, that the dnctora heredonotrun theachoola. Hiatla tbe bual neaa of a commlttee duly chogen for that pur i)oeo. So the village achoola were not cloaed last week by the doctora or by the commlttee by reaaon of the prevalence of diphtberia, Bepaira begun were not completed, freah paint had been lald In the room of the lilgh depirt ment Satuiday, and Itwas deemed the wlaer waytowalt a,week longer and completo re PHlrg in proner form. Tiiero waa atixnli)tilv nn reaBOn In the bealth of the chlldren or the aan- liary conaition oi tlie communlty why echool could not have commenced at the time aet ucxeca lor ttie Camllla Urso concert are aelllng readtly, bnt there wlll be room for all. Give thla dlatingulahed artlat a wel come that wlll eucourace her to como acaln and pereuade other emlnent muaiciana nlao to come wmieurjvmg uy tlie post rfllce Mon dav mornlncr the wheel of Mr. Wllllam Wal. lace'a wagon caoght in the wheel of a vehlcle atandlng ln front of the oflUo and ovrrturned it. Mra. Joeeph Ilutcblnaon waa slttlng In the venicio ana waa tnrown out upon tlie irozen ground. She waa taken to tbe houae of Mr. J. C!. Grlgga, No bonea woro broken, nnd in in u nuerooon ane waa auie to rmo nome. kbv. w. j, Johnaon dellvered a temperance lectmeat a union rervlce in the Methodiat cnurcn aunday evening. Waterbury Centcr.-Uev. S. D. Church waa MU&eut last Suuday attendlng quarterly meetlng at Starksboro, eo there waa no eervlce at tlie Bptlst church.... The wiuter teim of Bcliofil haa opened, wlth over ninety pchulara uio uibv iiiarowiiiDe aeverai more in thld week.... Wlll Turner, who wlth aeverai brothera haa been in Nebraaka for aeverai yeara, carae nome laat Thurtdiy, for a ahort vlatt. Wlll reporta that they llke thelr new liome, are making themselvea farina, and have jitiu iiuo unipa nu lar . . . ine annual communl cation of Wlnuonkl lodge, No. 14, F. and A, M waa held at Maaonlc hall on Wednesdav nvnn. ing, December S. The following offlcera were chcaen for the year to come: Seaver Howard, worahlpful maater; M. 0, Kvana, senlor war- aen; Ji. u. iiooKer, jumur warden; A, J. Brown, treaeurer; M C. Stewart, aecretary.C F, Clough, aenlor deacoa; Ilarry D Brown, juntor dencon; K W. Iluntley and Oiborne Chuae, gtewarcN; U, II, lliminoncl, cliaplhln; G. W Knnedy. orgHnlaf, E A. Newcwnb, marahal; llubeit Forller, tvlftr; E. W. Iluut ley, G. C. WHahburn and K. A, Newcomb, uunuco cummiiiee. Calnis. Klder Orrln Divla wlll hold n meet. ine nt South Calais next Sunday nfternonn nt balf-paat two...,D. II, Djdgela takingnbusl- neaa tiip in tne aoutnern part oi tne county, ... .Theie la to be nn oyater aupper and dance BtC. It, Dodge'a next Filday evening, ...Tbe mlll at South Calais la now ln runnlng order. Korthnold. Mna GiLcnitiBT waa ln Burlington last weok, Alma lluntlov went laat week to Burlington. whero ahe haa a posltlon In the orphana' homo. J. M. Itnr.T.ANn bniran Mondav A twolvo- weeka' term of achooHn the Gult Sprlnga dla trict In Williamstown, Mns. CnAitLKS Dotn atarted Monday to vlatt relatlvea at Pawpaw, Mlch. She wlll remaln dutlng the winter, and haa her youngeat child wun ner. Ltmam Wniarrr haa eold hia farm near Gouldavlllo to Joaeph C. Cady. Mr. Wrlght wlll move lnto the Dacetto houae at the weat end of Unlon gtroet. C. D. Pkhkinh haa aold hia truck team and bualneaa to 0. B. Mead ot Morrisville, a brother of F. S, Mead. Aa aoon aa annw comea Mr. Perhlna wlll move to a farm ln Chelaea, whlch bo haa recently purchaaed. Tns ladlea of the Congregatlonal aocletr hold thelr annual teatlval thla (Wedneaday) evenlnz. Tbe baala of the aupper wlll be chlcken ple. Mlaa Flora Averill wlll glvo aomo reading ana tit, ana aira. w. t. uaser are ezpected to alng. WonK on the aavlnga bankbulldlng ia Btoad lly progreaalng. One of the large plate glaaa wlndowe la ln. but the other waa broken boforo lt waa Bet. The wlndowa have been pnt lnto the arcond and thlrd atorloa, and It Ia evldent that thla wlll be the handBomoat bualneaa block ln town. TnuitsDAY thero waa qutte a chango ln tele graph operatora. E. F. Unck, the nlght opera tor, haa a day job at Eaaoz Junctlon, hls place belng filled by C. K Itandall, who haa been nlght operator at Itozbury for rom 8 tlme. Wlll Spaldlng, a aon of E. N. Spaldlng, takes RundaU'B place. Tns county Good Templars' unlon wlll be held to-morrow (Thuraday) in the Univeraallat church. The af ternoon and evening aeaalonB at two and half-naat seven o clock are nublic and a large attendanco la dealred. The ezerciaea ln tlie alternoon wlll be intereating ana tne ad dreas ln the evening a Uve ono. Tiik regular bl-weekly entertalnment by the young people of St. Mary'a parlah waa held Monday evening at Ilnwe'a hall and waa nn unuanally enjoyable ailalr. The firat part ot the programme conslated ot voc il and inatru mental mualc and recltatlona, and the aecond Sut waa the pleaalng little comedy, " The oalon Dlp," whlch waa well rendered. Tiir telephone la In good worklng order, the central olllco belng in Dr. Nlchola' drug atore, A aecond wiro haa been Btrung to the South vil lage by whlch tbe atorea of John P. Davla and E K. Jnnea are connected wlth our central of fice. Ioatrumenta haVe been put lnto tbe houaea of Dr. Mayo, Dr. Nlchola and Nathanlel Davla, and the atorea of Boynton & Moaeley and E. P. White & Co. Tns caae ot George M. Flak vt. Charles W. Nnrrla of Boaton waa trled at W. F. Baker's ofllco laat Wedneaday, before Juatlce Judd, Uaker fnr Flf k, A. K. Willard for Norrla. The plalntiff aued to recover for profeaalonal eer vlcea rendered over alx yeara ago, and defend ant pleaded the Btatuto of Umltatione, alleging that he bad owned real eatate In thla town fnr a number of yeara. and tbat hebad been in the atate aeverai times before the ezplratlon of the aiz yeara. Tbe conrt ruled tbat, aa hia deed to the real eatate had not been recorded and be had not been a resldent of tbe atate in the tlme apeclficd, he could not take advantago of thnt atatute, and gave ludgment lor tne plnln tlff for $G1, the amount clalmed. The judg- ment waa paia. Knst Calais. Calais poople, ln connection wlih the people of South Woodbury, wlll have a Cbristmaa tree and oyater Bupper at the vea try in South Woodbury on the evening of December 24th, Arrangements are alao belne tnade for an entertalnment at Moscow Cbrist maa eve Mary Dnlnell contemplatea golng to uaaaaciiuaetta to apena tne winter. Midd'escz Center. The questton for ly- ceum aiecusaion tnia evening ia: "uan diock wood be more profitably cut by hand than by machlne ?''... Hieeinglng-achool Ia progreaalng finely nnder the direction of Profeaaor E. R. Ober. About aeventy are in nttendance at present, and tne clasa la cortBtantly lncreaping. The arhoolg are beld on Saturdav evenlnca. nnd all are cordlally invited to join and swell mo cnorua. South Woodbury. The ladlea' ald aocletv wlll have a Chrlatmaa tree and oyater aupper at tne veatry in tnia place on Monday evnlng. December 24. All are invited. . . .L. J. Benja- min naa tanen tne winter scnooi in aiatnct, no. iu, uaiaia rue iaaiea aia aocietv met wltti Mra. Samnel Benlamin laat Wedneaday. Be tween thirty and forty were preaent. . . . Jesso ana uoua aaDin nave movea irom ueorgo Lance ato Acnaa Dutton a. . . . A. M. Benlamin haa returned from Marsachuaetta, where he baa been for tbe paat two weekB aelllng butter. ... Buzzell Benj imin Ia ln town on a vlalt, feellng mucn uetter tnan wnen ne leit. Warren. Tho meetlnea tbat bave been ln progreaa for the paat three weeka In thls vll- lage, uuuuociuu oy uev. iienry uoic, cioaea rrlday evening, to be reaumed acaln Thuradav evening, December 20. Tbey have been well at tended, and we hope much good haa been dnDO. Rev. W. A. Averill occupled tbe nulpit laat Sunday. . . .The euhoola in town generally commenced Monday of last week, wlth the following teacbera: Distrlct No. 1, S. Llzzle Tillotaon: No. 2, Jullua Joalin of Waitsfield; mo. o, junn opauiaing ana rrancea nicnoia; No. u. Artliur Bristol of Lincoln: No. 7. Frank Donahue of Moretown; No. 8, Jennle Goodnoof Granville; No. 12. Alma Ralnh...Mra. Cuthbert and Adab returned home laat week. ... II. May Newcomb and Lola Bixby have been gueata at Grorge B. Newcomb'B the naat week. . . . John- nle Gleason, who haa been In the West for aoout a year, came nome laat saturday nlgnt, Cabot. Illram Wells, Eq.. haa been an- pointea poBimaater in piace oi a. i. sprague, deceaaed....E, F. Smith of this town fnr nlahed to tbe Groton lumber company, laat week, twenty-one yoke of oxen and twelve boraea. Tbey were all of them good anlmnls for work. ...Tho entertalnment glven by tbe Woman'a Cbriatlan Temperance Unlon. laat inuraday evening, waa avery pleaaant occ' elon, and the ptes prnved that the ladlea were good cooka....Hon. E D. Putnam of Montpe lier has been appointed by tbe probate court executorot the wlll of A. F. Sprague. and B. P. White of Calais and Goorge Wooster of Marshfield appraNerg. Tbe laat named gentle men commenced tbe appralsal ot the atock of gooda Monday. ...Uev. Mr. Baxendale haa re celved a fine horse from New Brunawlck. It ls the famo liorso be owned before he came to thla country. . . . A prnjrct ia on foot fnr a tele pbono from St. Jibnabury to Plainfield, through thla town. Thla Ia much needed. Waitsfield. The Conereeatlonal and Moth odlst churchea held a very Intereating unlon prayer-meetmg ln tlie Metbodlst veatry on Sunday evening. We hope the meetinga may db aeptup, aa tneyare a atepintne rignt airec tlon. .. .The gult of W A. Jonta t'J C. F. ltam- gay, heard at the ofllce of J W, Gregory.laat whck iueany, resuiien in luagmrnt lor tn plnlDtlff In thesumof SGSaudcoHts Clar ence Rlchnrdaon recelvt-d an nddltlon to hls lamlly, the 8ib Inst. Thls time it ls a aon whlch makeg a good, fair famlly three aons and three daughterg. . . .The houae of Robert Maxwell la made aad by tho death of thelr onjy cblld, n little daugbter, aged fifteen montha. ....More nttentlon ahould be glven to Ihe lampa In the brldge on dark nlghta. The fall ure to llght tlum may cnuse an nccideut. Sev nral narrow eacapea are alreadv on nle. Unleia thev refraln. thoae b 'VB wbo dellehtln throning anowballa at pasgera-by wlll get free tuitlon in an institution wbere dlacipllne takea tne piace oi lawieBnesa. Wolcott.-Cariie E , daugbter of Dr. Falr man, waa tlie reciplent ot one of Chlckerlng & Son'a full grand jilanos, contnlnlng a very re-ci-nt Improvement for whlch nn extra charge otSSO net cadi ia made, making lt probably the best plano iu the etato. lt la a beauty to behold nnd Iti tone N as aweet aa Ihe Inatrument la beautliul Mlsa Carrie, nlthough but aixteen haa alreadv iralnrd an envlable rtiratatlon aa i mualclan under the inatructlon ol Profeaaor E U Ober. ...Mra, Eva Etatman has for four or tlve weeka been oonflncd In a dark room on ac cmint ot lnfitmmatlon In the eyea.,,.Mark Dlmlck la qulte alck wlth typhold f ever. ...There waa a golden wnddlng nunlveraary at Mosos Wakelleld'Blaat Saturday, nnd qnlta lotof nlce preenta Tiuman Jnnea nrrived home from Provldence Saturday nlght, havlng a dh-patch that hia son'a wl(o waa Just alivo. .. .II Reed haa fivo or alx men cuttlnK four-foot wood nbove the deuot for tlie rnll rnad Onltn il number of our townnnen were called down to llydo Park bf fore the grand jury to tell what luojr huuw nuiiia ruiu. Itlarslifielcl. ltev. C II. Farnaworth wlll ex chaiige next Sabbuth wltb Rev, Mr. Ruaaell of Cabot. Barre Tnit winter term of Barre academr aow numbera some aovcnty atudcnta. A Clur haa been orzanlzed bv the neonle of tho Congregatlonal church, wlth Rev. Mr. aiCMiuan aa, preamont. it la or tne nature oi a llterary, aclentlflo aoctety, and holda lta meet lugs onco ln two wooka. Ttus ladlea of tho Tonnir Wnmen'a Chrlatlan Unlon wlll hold a paper featlval ln the veatry of the Methodiat church next Frldav evoulne. The ladloa of the unlon wlll nppear ln coatumea oi paper. au are invitea. Tiir Camllla Urao concert comnanv irava thelr entertalnment at the hall on Stturday evening. The concert waa very llberally pairontzea, ana an evening oi rare enjoyment waa had by thoeo preaent. Crandali, Pobt. No. Cfl. held a camn flro nt town hall laat Wedneaday evening. Colonel Randall gave hls lecture on "Gettvabunr" and tho Key nolda alstera dellghted the audlonce witn tneir vioun-piaying. A very pleaaant tlme waa had. Lkt aome ono aeltate tho matter of a sine- Ing-achool. It mlght be made a aucceaa, and the yonng people would havo an opportunlty ot havlng thelr lnnate ablllty ln mualo tralned. Some are getting to old too alng, nnd new onea Bhould be trained to take thelr placea. Tiiebk waa a anlt trled on East hlll laat weak Tueaday, lt belng Sanborn vt. Edgar Trow, an Alleged aaaault, growlng out of aome trlvlal matter. Verdict for plalntlfl $5 and costa, nmountlng to aome $10 or $12. C. H. Ileatb for plalntiH; E, W. Blabee for defendant. TnR atate aecretarv of the Tnnnir Mnn'a Chrlatlan Aaaoclation presented the clalma and beneflta of that aociety on Sunday evening, December 2, and another meetlng waa ap potntod for Mondav evenlnz. whlch waa larcnlv attended by the young men. At thla meetlng tne leaaimiuy ana aucceaa oi an organlzatlon waa dlacuaaed, and lt was voted to vlgoroualy presB mattera and aectirn the aum of at leaat $300, tho amalleat amount fnr tho auccessful proaecutlon of the work. At thla meetlng 8100 waa rataed, and Itwas voted that the annual duea bo $2, Varioua commttteea were ap polnted, and tbe meetlng then adj'iumed to iueei lasi monaay evening at Acaaomy nail, when the following ofllcera were elected : Prea Ideut. Dr. J. Henry Juckaon,; vlce-prealdent, W D. Hooker, Eaq ; aerretary, Cliarlea A. Smith; treasuror, J. B. Chamberlaln. The commlttee on flnance haa rnl-ied the paet wrok S31S, and the prudential commlttee haa been lnatructed to aecure rooma at once. TnE Univeraallat aocletv bolda lta Rnclable wlth Mra. Dr. B. W. Brnlay to-morrow (Thura day) evening ...Bv reaaon of the illneaa nf Mlaa Allen", Emma Wheelock holda the pnsl- viuu iu precepireaa nt tne acaaemy . . . . mra. Dr. iimmueriaiQ naa ao lar recoverea from ner Illnesa aa to be about the house acaln.... Meaara. Jackson, Blabee, Braley and Tildon at- lenueu tne annual meetlng oi filt. Zlon Commanderyat Northfield laat Thuraday.... Mlaa Baucroftof Brooklyn, N. Y., haa a claaa oflourteen ladlea ln Kena oeton work.. .A. D. Camu started from here Mondav mornlnir forFlorlda. John Willard of Eiat Montpelier went wlth hlm. They intend to r maln there tbrough the winter.,.. George 0. Webater Irom Morehead, Mlnn,. waa in town rccentlv. . ...0 B. Boyce baa gnne to Bradford on bual neaa, and wlll be absent aeverai daya . . ,G. W. Goaa haa been on tbe alck liat for a few daya post, out ia now out again. Ilradford. The wIIIIdc hand workera held a Boclable at the veatry of the Mfthodlst church laBt friday evening. Thefeatureof the even lng waa the votlng ot an albura quilt. Tho votera, Inetead of belng pald for votlng, na Bometimea occura In politlcxl life, pald five cenia eacn lor tne pnvnege oi votlng. Mra. T. r. rroat wa8 tne aucceFaiul candidate. The net proceeda of the evening wcre aomethlne more than 813. ...Rev, A B Truax of B'attle- boro, lormerly pastorof the Mrthodlat church Iu thla place, Ia to lecture befnre the reform club and aona oi temperance, next Filday even ing, on ino Bunjecioi -uioio winea ....Tne winter term oi tne ncadcmv commenced Mon dav....School ln Distrlct No. 12 la mstnonpd another wpek because ao much " whoop" ia Diui uraru iu tuat part oi ine viuagn. . . .uev, Aiicn uiarK ia visiung irienaa ln wnitenall, N.Y.. thla week.....G A. Dickev. E-n . nnd Fred Reagan, our genlal barber. have ruoved lnto tneir new quartera ln stevena b:ock. Weat ToDthnm. We have thla week tn chronlcie tlio aad late of Mra. George W. Bond, wno ii au ior a lonn iuno oeon aniiRrincr witn poor healtb. and of late wlth melancholv and deapondency. For some weeka paat Bhe bad naa strange iaeaa in regara to ner allraenta, often Imaelning bergelf auitarlnir from Imnrnh. able and even impoaaible complainta, dwellbg wlth atrong peraiatency on any fancy that took posaeaalon of ber mind, and at laat becomlng u mouomamac upon tne aunjpcc 01 aisease. Saturday laat, belng mlsaed irom the houae. ehe waa tracked to a emall brook or dltch back ot tbe realdence, wbere she waa found, face uuwuwaru, iu uuoutaiootoi waier ana mua, dead. Dr. Wataon was baBtilv callrd and everythlng done to resuscltate her, but life waa extinct. She was a ladv of cood charactnr and morala, had many warm frlends, and her aad death baa thrown a cloom over the com- muuity ln wblch stio llved. She leavea a hua- band nnd two chlldren onea young man, now in bualneaa InCalifornia, and the other a young daugbter about fourteen yeara of age to mourn tbo loss of a dutiful wlfe and tender mother. The bereavtd famlly and frlend8 have the earneatand heartfolt eympatby of tho enure communuy Brookfield. Eleven horae-aheds have been bnilt at tbe rear end ot the church on the branch Mra. J. E. Lynde of Williamstown finlahed giving muslc lessona here a week ngo laat saturaay. ane naa aeven acuniara tne paat summer. Aa ahe la an ezcellent teacher, we nope tbat tne number of Duul amavba In. creased, ao that ahe may be Been here ottener nezt summer Mra. John Clark ls ln very feeble lieatth A. D Reed ls teachlng gchool In Chelsea thls winter Dan Sargent and wlfeot Duxbury were In town. recentlv. vislt- ine frlenda and relatlvea.... The aociable con nected witb tbe Firat church met nt llarmon Rood'g, Tueaday of last week. Rev. E. P. Wlld of Newport waa preaent. It waa very gratifylng to hU frlanda and niqualntancea to have thla opportunlty of meetlng hlm snclally, aa lt waa to hear hlm prench the Sunday previoua The ladlea' nld eoclety of the Second church wlll meet nt the bnuse ot Urlah Clark, Jr., thla (WcdneMlay) alternoon and evening. A pleaaant tlme la ezpected.... Whooping-cough prevalla here to aome eztent. The cbildren of Frank Lamson havo been qulte alck; alao the younger cbildren of Caeslua Peck, .. Mra. Ella (Ulcharda) Whitcher, wlth her huaband, la BpeDdlDg n few daya at her father'g. ...Katle Crane haa returned to her gchool at Claremont. and Belle Crnno haa re turned from West Randolph. ..Mr, and Mra. Luthor Wheatley bavegone to Merlden, Conn., to apend the winter wlth thelr son, Edward Wheatley. . . . Asa Smith has moved lnto tbe house recently purchaaed of Mrs. Mayhew Freeman, and Frnnk Aalnaworth haa taken posseaalon of tbe formerresldenceof Mr. Smith. Mra. Freeman intends to go to Chlcago nezt week. Ornngc J. T. Qulmby of Bradford con ducied meetinga at the church laat Sunday mornlng and evening, Duilng the com Ing week meetinga wlll be held on Thuraday, Fil day and Satuiday evenlnga, and It ia alao ez peccd that Mr. Q'llmby wlll remalu here over next Sunday The entertalnment for the benefit of tlie llbrary, of whlch mentlon waa made laat week, wlll be held at the town hall next Friday evening. Cnke and coffee wlll be aerved dlrectly after tho gtago exerclses Francla Curtla has lately purchaaed an extra palr of worklng cattlo of General Stephen Thomag of Washington, He wlll use them In the lumberlng bualni'sa, ln whlch he Ia ezten- Blvely engagrd Rufus Howard met wlth qulte a gevere accldent recentlv, whlle cho plng fnr A, R. Nelson. wherehy he loat a part of hia blg toe and split the next one the lenglh of lt, cuillngnulta a gisli In hls toot bealdra. . ...Mra. Marla Bond, who commltted aulcide by drownlnir lsst wekat Walta Rlver, waa gla ter to Mra. Wllllam and Mra. Charlea Rlchard aon of thla place. ... Chrlatmaa oierclsea wlll be held at tbe schooMinuaa at Cutler'a Corner on Chrlatman eve. . . , Julia Noyea ia In very poor healtb. The gravest feara are entertalned that ghelaln a dicllne...,,Stella B. I'latt hns gone to lloston to work iu n atore Burt Rlchatd- gon IsHiiITerlng from a aevere ntti-ckof hclallca, ....Mllo Towner nnd Charles I'jole nre tho iietll jurnra frnm thla town.. .. .Mra. E C. ltlchardsou haa Utolv beon vlslting relatlvea In Montpelier., ..Mra, Raymond P, I. ird la apend lng tlie week wlth her parents ln NmtliOld. ....IMItli Lnrd haa returned from Wolla Hlver, where ahe hus been practlclng telegraphy. .. . Nellln Coill'9 of Eiat Coilntu la teachlng In the D.ivla lloughtun distrlct We hear that Cllnton Beede haa engaged tbe village school at East Oiango, Tnnbrldgt It la renorted that r fMlow whn hntt KaMti ar. jroated for lawlees nets has for gomo tlme been In the hablt ot atrlklng and otherwlse aboalng some old people wlth whom he ls llvlng nnd that they aro afrald to complaln of hlm. He should be looked after. A NOTOIUOUfl charActer. nhn hiu fnr manv yeara malntalncd n houae of lU-reputo, and by nieana of her money or by Bome other dtcltlvc Influence has eacaped punlabment. ahould not beallowed to aend hnr vnuni? nhlifl fnrltnnnr and then, whlle drunk, abuse the chlld. Tho Btate s attorney of thls county should bo eeen vy luoae wno nre not airaia oi tne taios tbla creature may tell, and be lnduced to look after ber, ' A FKW worda for the uneaav : There nn a few men and women here who wlsh to get the people of thla town lntoreated ln the common schoola, but who hnve no hobblea to rlde and do not propoae to tear down the old gchool houaea or build new onea. Some are of tbe oplnton tbatAgmall graded school can beeaally malntalned by tho three dlstrlcta near thls vil lage, but they do not wlah to rlde even thls hobby. They slmply want to get the town, aa a whole, ao lntoreated ln the common achoola na to make It Impoaalblo for them to stand atlll In the rtit they bave itood in for Bome tlme paat. Somk of our cltlzena intereated in getting the aiate superlntendent of educatlon to hold a meetlng here met, a ahort tlmeglnce, toperfect nrrangementa for tho aame. Aa many Bhowed a deep Intereat in the matter tbe meetlng waa adjourned to laat Friday ovenlng. wben about one hundred personsgatheredatthe town hall, and n very iatorestlng meetlng was held, Rev. n. u u. l'reaton opened tho dlscuaelon on "Methods and alma ln school life." aavlnir! " Our common achoola of to-day are preparlng for Ilfe thoae who nre to tun the ahlp of atate. Start the foundatlons rlght. They should glve to all the chlldren ot our land the opportunlty to acqnlre n good Engllah educatlon. Pbyslcal training siiould go band ln band wltb mental tralnlne. Thn badlv ahaned aeata ln moat nf the achool-houses glve to many a curved splno. jviucauon givea Birengtu to tne intenect ana ezclteg thought; read to get thoughta and thlnk for youraelf. A moral educatlon ia wanted. Educate a man without tbia, and you do eociety a positive injury. We want men that wlll work for prlnclple, not pollcy. A perfectly educated wlll la wanted. The In Btructor ghould llvo aB he would have tho pu pil llvo. Tench prlnclplea firat, nnd then the rules," Snpeilntendenl Dnrkee thought tho diahoneaty gpoken ot waa ncqulred after the school waa left and tho pupll had gone out lnto ino woria. K. u bkinner eald tbat our moral educatlon la acauired In the home and ln thn school; tho early Influence follows through Ute. 0. P. Cllley eald: "If the teacber playa donble witb the pupll, the pupll aoon learna double-dealing. Teacbera ghould please thnn selveg, nnd not nttompt toplearo all the dis trlct. Let tenchera take an intereat ln thelr work, and they will aurely intereat thelr pupila." 0. A. Gavnaked: " Are we dolne all we can ? The preaent generatlon Bhould aee tbat tbe nezt generation ls better educated. la lt best for us to aend our chlldren away trom home to get an educitlon whon we can, nt a amall ez pense, provlde good achoola at home ? " E F. llnwe thought It coata just about ap much to keep one chlld nt achool aa lt doea to fat a smalt pig. E. R. Sklnner would have the plg fattenlng matter looked iid: the chlld deaervea aa much aa the plg. 0 P Cilley opened a dls- cussionon "bciiool government. He eald: "Never make a law nntil you are obliged to. If a pupll becomea rrfractory, make a gpeclal law for hlm. A teacher Bhould go in aa one of the pupila. When he geta lnto the houae, he ahould go to work. Llke begeta like. Energy la wanted. TeacherB have too mnch jlngling of bella: thev getlazvand thenunllacet lazv." He believed the whlsperlng roll tobeapre mium for dishoneaty, nnd that achoola ln other aaya were uetter tuan thoae oi to-day. SuDer- lntendent Durkee thought the "jlngling of bella" no worao than the old inppliig upon the aagh with a rnler, nnd Mra. E. I., Flah thought tne scnooia oi to aay better tnan thoae ot other davs. Mra. S. Kibbee thought that lf the pu pila were atarted rlght nt bome by thelr par ents, the whl'pering roll would not make them dlahonest. Dr. E J. Fisk a&ld: "Intereat the pupll and keep hlm at worli;,ho wlll then find no time for mlscliief." Mra. O. A. Gay wanted to know how pupila could be cnergetlc ln such aeats os they nre compolled to sit In. " Pbyal ology nnd hygiene aa common school atndlca " waa dlacusaed bv Dra. Fisk and Durkee. Mra. 0. A. Gay bad at the openlng a very Intereat ing paper on "Temperance In schoola," and many othera spohe upon the eubiects named ibove. The meetlng waa adjonrned to meet at tno Morin viuage next riiday evening, the 14th, Fhki) and Siikrm Ro33 bad thelr bnggy smaahed at South R ivalton Thankaclving dav. and last week, when drivlng from tbe aame plare. a ahatt shackle broke and another wacron waa aoon badly damaged, tbe horse runnlng lt agalnat a telegraph pole. Bnth boya were thrown out and received aome hard brulaea All ahould attend the Pducationnl meetlng at tho North village nezt Friday evening. . . .Two agentg for life Inanrance coropanles are here maklog it warm for all they can Induce to tninK oi ino inaurance....rroie8aor Ulnnchard of Williamstown met onr slngera at the town ball laat Saturday evening, and ls to be here again tbla (Wedneaday) evening SherilT Hazelton of Strafford paaaed through here last oaiutaay, on nia way to uutiana witn a young man aentencea to a Btay in tne uouso 01 cor rection lor steallng. East Roxbury. Laat Wedneaday nlght Joat-ph Plaat and Frank E. Allen were return- lng from Montpelier, and when near Northfield Center village they met two teama corclng from the oppoalte direction at a f urlouB pace. The laat team collided with thelr wagon, thtowlngthem bnth to the ground and demollshlngone wheel of the vehlcle. The horae broke loose, drag glng Mr. Plant geveral roda, who fortunately eacaped wlth aevere brnlaea and Fcratchea The doga belonging to S. II. Allen and Jack Hutchinaon went off huntiug alne laat Wed' needav. Tburidav morninz a man llvlnir nn the Spauldiug farm, In the Weat part ot the town, went to the wooda to chop. He heard a dog wblne aeverai tlmea and thought he would go nnd eee what the cause of it waa. On near- ing an old bruBb fence bo dlscovrred that Ilutcblnaon a dog had, ln endeavoring to jump over lt, cnught a hlnd-foot between two Btake', the fore-feet juet tonchlng the ground. Allen'a dog lay on a log, near by. Tbe man helped tbe dog out of trouble, but It could not stand, and he cariled It back where he was at work and lald It upon liU coit. When Allen'a dog dlscovered that hia maiehad fallen lnto klnd handa he left for home, whlch ehowa that there la fidelity even among doga. Morrisville. The Congregatlonal Snndav. school i-i preparlog exerclea to be presented In cunnectlon wlth the usual Cbilstmaa tree to bo lieid by tho achnol ,..A unlon temperance meeung waa neia nere laat bunaay evening. . . . School at the ncndemv la progresalnir tlnelv. TheHtudentB met on Wedneaday of laat week ana orgapizea ior tne winter lyceuras, the firsl to be held on Friday evening of thls week December 14,... Our manv raemberaof the le- gal fraternlty have been very buallv engaged the past week in nttending county court at iiyae t'ark ,, .ureen mnuntain lodge of Good Tunplara are making fino prrgrean thla quar ter. A large delegatlon of the lodge nt end tne couuty unlon beld nt stowe to-day (Wed' nefdy)....The young people of Ihe Univeraa llat socletv preaent the drama " Ueberca'8 Trl umph," nt the town ball thls (Wedneaday) ovening, Eastllardwlck. J. W. Hancock haa boueht three aciea ol land abovo the alanghter-houae of 0, G Montgomery. . . . Rev. H. W. Jnnea of St. Johnaunry will deliver hia lecture, "Europe aa aeeu from n car wlndow," for the benefit of the youug ladlea' nld gociety at the Jewett chapel nezt Thuraday ovenlng. ..Augustua D.iulels had hia rlght hand cut off whlle sawlug chalr atuff ln the mlll nt Greruaboro Ueiul.... Ilnrd & IUhbfll are arranging nn attrac'lve dlsplay of Chrlatmaa gooda In thelr show wln dowa..,. The village school commenced laat 1 uosday 1th the game teacbera aa last term.. . , Charlea Kulglita haa bought the atore-houae o G. L Johnson near the brldge and la filtiog 1 nn for n machlne-ahop, havlng moved hia en glne (rom bla ahop ln Walden. He will rent the lower room to S. P Fuller for a graulto ahop, Gaysville Tho many frlends of Mr. nnd Mra. Jerry Wilaon gavo them n snrprlae vlslt last week Weduesday, carrylng with them money nnd other preaenta to the nmount of ntiont $70. that dav belng the tUileth nunlver aary ol thelr marrlage. ...The firat hceumof thla seiiHon here waa held in the hall Friday tivening. rnere wlll uu anotlier nezt rildaj evening, A full nttendance ls dealrid... .Wll ber II lutwell and Ktn Leonnrd were united I marrlago at tho resldenci of Mra. II J I.oon niu TiiBHdav evenliiL'. Dac. 4 ...A little sirl haa come to make glad tlio ln ma of Johu Hunt uua wue, wno loat thelr two chlldren wlth cunker-raah about a year and a lialf since. Williamstown. John WAUtrtn cntdown an elm tree. a few daya ago, whlch proved to be the homo of a lamny oi coons. liiroo were taken, Tiikkr were addod to tho town Ilbrarv. thla tnonth, morn than forty volnmea. It ls well worth the eftort ol the familiea of our town to secure aharea ln this valuable llbrary. Mns. Asa Wir.nun brlngs back ao good n rcport of the West that her huaband, who baa mado nearlv three-acores of yeara. thlnka (If he could caah nls poasegslons here) he would "go weat ana grow up witn tne country," Tiik dallv meetinga. condncted bv Rev. Charlea Nlchola, Increaao In Intereat and nse fulneaa, and wlll probably bocontlnued through nezt Sunday, and perhaps longer. It la hoped all lovers of Chrlatlan work wlll lend a helplng bnnd tn the meetinga. Gkouok Wiu.iams' gult nealnst W. D. Hooker ot Barre waa nostponed from Saturdav last to Tueaday of thls week, aa hls lawyer, Cliarlea II. Ileath of Montpelier, could not at tend to the caae then. Tueaday lt was eettled by Mr. Hooker paylng Mr. Wllllams clalm and the coeta. CONOEiiNiNa a certaln famlly In town. a ladv recently aald to ua: " IIow pleaaant they make lt for one who goea to them to aollcit ald for any good cause. They make you feel aa If you were conierring a lavor upon tnem tn glvlng them a clianco to contrlbute." Would tbat every other famlly, here and eljewhere, were mat Kina oi an one. Ciiaulbs C. BARKKfi la talklng of a can- vasslng tour In tho South or West for the winter. He tells ua that ln bla recent Canadlan tour he had a chance to aee the worklnga of theSalvation Army, of whlch bo mnch ia heard. and thlnks much good la belng accompllahed ln loronto and other placea he waa ln, strange aa are the methods of work adopted. Nohman G. Davis thla year ezpcrlmented wltb two branda of phoephate, and wbeat bran, on a pleco ot corn ground, after havlng manured it, From the uae of one brand of phoephate heobtalnedatthe rateof 174 basketa of corn per acre; from the other be got 1C0 oasKets. wnoro tne wneat oran waa uaea (a handful of brnn to the hlll), be got 1G2 basketa. rrora the land on wblch onlv stable mannre waa used be got aome Ot basketa to the acre. Tbe entlre ground ezperlmented up on waa firet manured at the rate of aiz corda to the acro. He thlnka the quallty of corn was best where tbe wheat bran was used, and the fodder. though leaa, waa better rellahed by the crttltf. In an ezperlment on potato ground. he found the lncreaae of potatoes at the rate of ten pounds for every pound ot phosphate used. Mr. and Mns. J. Edward Ainbwortii left for Claremont, N. II., Mrs. Alnswortb'a natlve place, on Tueaday. They wlll remaln In New liampanlre llll alter tue uolldayg, wnen tbey will return to Iowa, Mr. Alngworth ls chlef englneer nf tbe Slouz City & Paclflc railroad, with hoadquartera at Mlssourl Valley Junctlon, Iowa.... John Perry has had hls lettarm. in whlch he has had eryalpelas, opened twice. no naa haa a nara siege witn it ana ls yet very wenk....Anna Martln returned from Minne npolis, Mlnn., laat week, after an abaence of two years. . . . Judge Lynde received last week a boz of very nlce Florldioranges from hls brother, filajor laaac Lynde, wbo realdea ln tnat atate , uaniei aiartin, pnncipai oi tne puouc school at Pullman, 111., ia expected here to apena tne uonaaya. . . . Anna uicKerman viaiioa her frienda here last weok. Sbo ls to teach at West Topsham tbe comlng aeaaon....Fred Whltney haa moved lnto Mra. Chester Martln a tenement houae. . . .Henry Clark ia learning the blackamlth a trnde wlth Albert lt. Mrtln HEBKY CHRISTMAS TO ALL L. P. GLEASON & 0. Offer Fresh Novelties received this week, in addition to our usual great variety of Fancy and XJseful Articles adapted to the Holiday Trade, and at prices that will enable eyerybody's Mother, Daughter, Sister, Cousin and Aunt to have an acceptable Christmas Present. Anything from a Handkerchief or Collar to a nice "Worsted, Velvet or Silk Dress, or elegant New Cloak. Prices reduced on very many goods owing to the proximity of the first of January. Montpelier, Dec. 12. A Grand Announcement FOR CHHIST1IAS! I havo just purchased and am now opening tho finest and best line of Goods, suitable for Presents, and will sell them at lower prices than ever before. China and "Wax Dolls, China Cups and Saucers, Bohemian Glass Yases, Toilet Sets, Cologne Bottles, and alinost everything in tho line of China. Also Tin Toys, Games, Blocks, and a big line of Majolica "Ware. Don't fail to call and see the v'a riety and learn prices. I also have a big stoek of Dry Goods, Silk Handkerchiefs, "Worsted Jackets, Leggings, &c. II. O. State Street, Montpelier, Vt. i all ai wnmow Dccorations ! Paper Hangings for walls and ceilings, "Window Shades, Curtain Poles in Brass, "Wal nut and Ebony fmish, with Brass and Wood Trimmings. Window Shades a specialty, and fittcd in the best manner and trimmed in tho nowest style. An exam ination respectfully solicited at J. C. EMERY'S, Opposite tiik Post-Office, MONTPELIER, VT. Elmore. Communlon aervlcea were held ln thla place laat Sunday, and the rlte of baptlam admlnls tered to five young persons. ...The echool closed wlth an exhlbltlon at the hall laat Fri day evening, Tbere waa a large andleaco, many more belng presentthan could be seated. The ezerclaes conslated of charadea, tableauz, dlaloguea, declamatlona, vocal and lnatrumen tal mualc, reading, etc. Tho acholara dld them selvea much credlt, and sliowed great palna taklng and thoroughneaa on the part ot thelr teacher. Eapeclally merltorloua waa tho red tatlon by Ina Churchlll, Tbe programme con slsted of twenty-Beven finely rendered pleoea. .... Wllllam Rennle movea to Eiat Elmore thla week, whlch leaves an openlng at the " Pond village" f oran enterprlslng blacksmlth. One that la wtlllng and always ready to work, will flnd more than one man can do. Who eball lt be?. ...School In distrlct No. 3 (Emma Chur chlll, teacher) closed laat Friday. Whole number of acholara, elghteen. Tbose havlng no marka agalnst thelr namea were Mat tle Jones and George Tlft; thoao havlng no nbsence marks, Gertle Camp, Mattle Jones, George Tlft and Newton Camp; thoae havlng no tardv marka, Mattle Jones, Leon Danlebj, Bertle Smith, George Tlft and Arthbr Tlft. . . . R. G. HIU glaughtered hls three hogs last week, and when dreaaed they welghed nearly ' 1,600 pounds. . . . Martln Grlawold haa left town qulta nnceromonloualy, leavlng many mournera, the chlef one belng W. B Htrrls (merchant), who Ia mournlng to tho tune of abuut 830.... Mra. Albert Woodbury apralned her ankle qulte badly laat week, butnt laat necounta waa do lng well....K A. Gay movea lnto bls new houae this week ...WnlterThomaa moved hU famlly to town laat week, and wlll take poaaea sion ot bla farm aoon.... Emma Churchlll wlahea to ezpreaa her thanka to the pnblic for the Intereat they manlfcsted at the cloaing ez erciaea of her echool. Alao to Mr. Darlela for the uae of the ball, and to her BCholars Ior the beautiful token of remembrance. Corinth. The good people at the Center mado a beo, recently, and cut and drew to tbs church a yenr'g aupply of wood. It ls hoped tbat none will stay away from meetlng, now, aa there wlll be a good fire every Sunday... . Frank Rogerg bought ten tons of turkeys for Thankaglving, and la now buylng for Chrlat maa. Uve tuikeya bring aeventeen centa per pnnnd.... Wells and atreams are very low.... Thern ls to be a Cbristmaa tree at the Corner the 24th. An Invltitlon ( eztended to the gchool at Weat Corinth. Braintree, Tbere wlll be a meetlng of the stnckholders of the Braintree & Brookfield telephone company at Good Templars' ball, Snowfvllle, to-morrow (Thuraday) evening. ....Tbe drama entltled "The Tempter, or The Sailor'g Return," wlll be presented by the Good Templars at their hall on Wedneaday evening, December 19 Addle Burnhamof Weat Randolph la teachlng school ln distrlct No. 9. Ladt Bfaotifikr8. Ladlea, you cannot make fair akln, roay cheeka, and eparkllng eyea with all tbe cosmetica of France or beau tifieraof tbe world, whlle in poor bealth; and nothlng will glve you such rlch blood, good healtb, etrengtb and beauty aa Uop Bittera. A trial ia certaln proof. A HuitniCANE has done much damageon the Newfoundland coast. " Somd comfort " can be realized by those aufferlng from all forms of ecrofula, it they w il take Ilood's Saratparilla and be cured. L. P. GLEASON & CO. 8 Per Cent Interest on Westorn Farm Landi, la large or mall amonnti, nntof ftecurlty, Ko eipene for col'fctlon, So com mUlon, Alao other denlrable Inreitmenu. Inqulre ot OKOUQE O. KELLOaO, Montpelier, Vt. 26-tf Instruction inEloculion ! MUS, A. C. AVERILL Wlll recelve pnplU for prlrate Instruction, or ln rlatftes, dfltr&l, at her home on Kra lmt. Ilio foliowloj biiI'WU wlll rec-'lvrt attenthni rhystctl TrtilntnKt Ar tltfa Kranlrailon, Vocal Culiure (p'odu tlon of Tooe, Qiul tv. Infleotlnn), Ar tcul-tlon (O'thoepy), KmphitsU Hiut ritrrtJlmr. AlUhftlc (lymatlc, KM.altMtlu, Ortturo, ApproprUte Il'witmirs aml l'rl 1 KxerctflfB ln I'rone nd r e t-y, 1 eruio : I w-ntv IwBons, ln cl not eieml lng arteen memhern, Sl.tH); ln c'ae of le ilinflve, SVtH); piWata Initruitton (twenty leMoui), f 10.00. Kor lurther lnlorni'ttlon cll on r d rts 1i-2& Mrs. A. C. AVERILL, Montpelier, Vt. NOTICE. We. the ubMrtlwn, hereliy aMoeUte onrteWM to EelhrratAcoriiorAtlon.unclrrtbe lw of ttia ."Lia o( V.imTit. to bfl known by the nftmenf th Sabtn Mft cliliw C mpiiiv ror Ihe purpoeof all klnila of iiiaaa -fRCturlnit aiitl enptsMallv brM, Iron aml teel nrttisa, at MontiH'ller, ln Ui- County of Washington. In a ilil Mate, with a oipltnl aiork of twrlv. lhou.iul ttollan, illrlded ltiti on. hnnilrtd antl twenty .harefl of one hundrM 1oUreActi. llited at llontpoller thla drt dr of I)cpmh.r, A.. 1). 1833. OKonOB CDUKK, CIIAItl.KS T. SIIHN, JAMK8 T. S.V1II.N, Ptatk or Vermont, J Orrioa or skchktakv or STiTt.J I lif reby certlf j that th toreuolnu i n tnie n.ipy of the A'U'i'iM of AKOOiation of the Nabln M'dilie (Inra jwn)," at'iwna by Ihe fl ea nil PdriU of tlil rflloo. ln wlinntn wliniwf l hereimto mv han t and aflU the aral of offlrt-, at Mont rller, thla llih ilay of l)rceinb.r,onelliousand elght hundied aud tlglity UirttH. Cuut.il V. l'oxiit, Uopaty Becretary of 8Ute.