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THE VERMONT WATCHMAN.
VOLUMK 87. SUITLEMENT. MfMHKII 50. From Town Correspondents. Bethel. Holon Nowtnn hrnught nn enornious owl. allve, liiMt week, to the village, tlint. had been maklng consldereble havoo atsong hta poultiy, and offcred It. for snlc at the price if ihe poultry it dm dcstroyod. Apetitlon has been preeented to the se leotmen fnr tha laying out of n road from tha stage road to Gaysville, to lantl of Agnet uikI w. H, Bartwell, for tha purpoee ofopenlng np aavarml butldloct lota on tha uartwall maadoWi At the annual tneetingof tha lediee' aid soeiety of the Congregationai ohurob, held at Mrs. G. B. Graham's, last, week, these ollicers were elected: l'resident, Mrs. G. B. Grahatn; vicc-presidcnt, Mrs. Obarlea Waldo; treasurer, Mr.. Bdwin rlahefj sec- rctary, Mrs. C). M. Miller. Miss Clarlssa Olapp diad( last Kriday tnorning, at tlie residence of her hrother-in-law, Jainea MoOollough, aged aaventy seven years. Nhe had been in faillng healtb for snme time past, aml sufTcrcd a shock last Tuesday, from whi.h time she was in- aenaibla untii the tima of her deatb. Sho waa born in the house in whieh hIi died, aml lived niost of her lifo there. Hel fu- neral was attended Baturday afternoon. A cnrload of 00WI was sent from this stn tlon, last. Saturday, to down-country mar- keta, moat of theni new-mlloh cows. ' Prioea pald vuricd from 130 to S'-O. i I'ercy Adatna has baan takinga vaoatlon ai home Wlth liis fathcr, William K. Adams, Esq, ' 1 ' The pay-roii at the shoe-shop, laal week, was over S700. The Suiiday- sohoolufthe Bplaoopal ohnroh wlllbavea Ohriatmaa tree at the resideboe of Mrs. C. Oi Btearni christinas eve from flve to seven o'olook. Tha Congregationai soeiety wlll plaoa in their ohuron a wlndow n memory of Mr. aml Mrs. George s. Hatoh, who, although not inemhcrs of the church, were long attendanta there aml were gener ona oontributora for aii ohnrofa oauses, and at their dent h leff their holno for a clmrcli parBOnagn. Itnv. K. 8. b'iskc of Waits- tteld lia.s hccn viHif tiifc in lown. Chaunce; Btanle; of Roobeatet iraala town ovr Bondav, bavtng bronght down liis daughter, Miu Heleni who i.n to attend the wlotet term of the Whltoomb liiii aohooli TIib Snnilay scliooU of tlie Univcr Hall.st aml ('oncreiiationHl rhiirclicH arr prn parinK a cantata, "Satita C'lans' Dellght," whiob they wlll preaent Chriatmaa vc, DtM'cmlicr J4, at tliu Univtirnallat ohnroh. Lawta S. Blrd baa baan auflerina from rbenmatlatu, aml lias bn l ompi'llfil to laava bla poattloti as nlghl tratobman in the shoehop, wblch lias been Blled by Wlll Bloaaom. i Jaaaea Graham lias Ronn to Barre, where he is toaotaaolerk for tii granite dealera, C N. Moore it 'o. Brookfield. The olroular oonfaranoa araaheld wlth the Saeond ohnroh on Tueaday of tliin wek. Krank Ainsivorth lias advertlaed liis stork aml aome farmitiK aml ilairy impliMiicnts for aale at am tion, on Friilay, the ltith int. Oharli-s Wliitni'V dicil at tlio rt'siilrncc of W. A. Clarke, Jr., on Frtdayof laatweek, afti-r an Ulneaa of a little 'nor tlian a weeU. The funeral aervioea wiro bald 8unday morning at nine o'clock, Bev. O. II. Morae offloiatingi Marsliall Green aml J. W. Parinenter made an exohange of real estate last week. Mr. Oreeu takea tli dwelling-house aml buildincs lielonKind tliereto, recently i iwneil oy Mr. Parmenter, aml Mr. Parmenter takea the buildtng naed by Mr. Green as a atore aml dwelling. Harolil Burt lias rented the lionse owned by Krank Ainsworth, recently oooupied by Krank Dlbbell. lliraiu Ooburn of Newport, N. ii., lias rented the plaoa OWned by N. ". Krink t 00, aml Z. M. Upham. Marahall Green ia anfferlng very muob from a dlaeaaed limb. Ohelaea. There will be a Ohriatmaa tree at the CIonreKational clmreb on Saturday even- iiiK, the 24th Inat. A Ohriatmaa servloe, con duoted by the Bumlay-sehool, will taki! the plaoe of the morning service on Sumlay. The offloera of Wateraon Post, G. A. B., for the enatling year are as foliows; ( um- mander, (i. H. Ilanly, eenlor vioe-oom inander, M. M. Diniham; jnnior viee-i'om-mamler, J. Ii. Atwood; snrgeou, Dr. S. N . tioss; obaplain, (' P. Beedj quartermaa ter, Matban Koyea: offioat of the day, John Stanton; oltirer of the gnard, K. S. No.ves; delegate, Dr. S. N. Qoig; alternate, Bloh ardomith; oolor Bergeant, H. Ii. Lyford; prlnolpal mnatolan. a. L. Skinnerj post trusteea, Dr. S. N.Goss, O. K. Keed, Qeorge I )nrkee. Totbolistof teaebers in last week's pa per add the name of Mrs. Abbie Tuoker, who is teaohlng in Ko. ii. William Aahley lias reiuoved to the lionse of his tnother-in-law, Mrs. Bixby, Miaa lielle A. Densmore, uow of Hartford, is in town for a few weeks. Mr. aml M rs. Oharlea I). Perkina have agreed t. diaagree, and .Mr. I'erkins sold his effeota at auotlon on Saturday preparatofy to leaving town. Mrs. I'erkins will remain on her farm for the preaent. Etfield Bohonon metwith a elngulai aocldent on Saturday. lle was at the farm of his son, L. II. Bohonon, and was oarrying a oroMMiut saw, bolding it eruet. BtOmollng, he fell headlong upon the Baw,'Outtlng ten large gaabea in his eheek and neck, eo.ninj; daiiKeroualy Qeat the jitgular vien. No serious results are axpebted to follow. : While (ieorgu lliiteliinsoti was at work in his saw-mill nn Saturday, a board flew from the lawand itruck him in the itomaohi He waa ona fnrlougb for the reat of the day, but is uow all riulit. Dr. Arlliur V. Qoal was in town over Bunday. H baa juat realgned his position in Butlar HOBpltai, I'rovidenee, U. I., to aeeept a better appointinent aa see- ond asNistaut phyaioian in the lanatic hoa pital at Taunton, Haaa. Kut Montpelier. All interested in organtElna a dramatle aml mnaloal olub at the jtaai vilhua are ra queated to meet at the village ball next Tueaday avaning at aeven o'olock, to elaot Ofhceri for saine. c. M. HambUn returned. Saturday, from an eight weeks' trip in Ohlo. J, w. Koss gave one of his jihonograph entertaiu meutH ut the village hall last Thuraday eveuing. Phllfp LapdiOl has ii nilit the BocaUod Hanry Tinkbam farm of Thomoi Stevens Tim lilake, a ipiar- ryman for the Kureku (irauite Company, bad the miHfortune to loso one of his eyes last week. Everylhing pOBBibla is he- Ing doue tj make tba Baat Montpelier annuaJ ball " the ball " of the season al the villkge hall thii week Kriday uveniug. North Fayston. Mrs. Warren Palmer of Duxbury teaohei In No. 2, and BvaGoodapaad in No. 4. B. B. Barrett bai tradad the Bruoe farm with Horaee Morse of Duxbury. The Methodists behl revival lneetings at the iobOOhhOUae in distriel No. 4, last week. Meetingi ware bald eaeh avaning with a good attendanoe aml iuteresi tbroughout, Groton. Shall we have a ainging-Hehoolf The Melhodist soeiety will have a (Mirial maM tree. .1. K. Darling Jt Sona have a niee ilisplay of Christinas gooila. Qulto a number attended the Qratleotura in the South Byogate oottnWi Hosea Weleb S: Son have sohl I0SM of their rnaohinery to partiei in Topabam. ji. M. Riokei shipped to Boaton, on Mon- day last, algbteen oxen and other atoek. Jerry Emery, after a long HlcknenH, died laet Saturday. A fuw hourtt before he died, ha reoeired a penalon he had long waitod for, ainounting to f.'tO'.'.IO bark pay and 912 amontb, Aiaoon aa be reoeired the good newi Mr. Kmery sent to the villago for the doetor aml merehant who hail been no kind as to Irust him, aml settled with tbem on IiIh death-bed. The funeral was at his late home on Momlay. The loyal I.egion will meet in the Method lat vestry on Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. Oharlee Oorratb is tooking for a good blaokamltfa to belp him in his hop OUtil the rush is over. A. M. Heath has boOght of I. M. liicker a buildlng lot, aml axpeota to build a im al market in the spring. F. M. Wehl has coinpleted his new house. Mr. Wehl has nnw a tlno house; butlt lacks omething in ordet to make It a coinplete home. Walob Darling have their storehouse Alled from top to bottotn withfoad for the lumbermen, and are ready to sell at botlom prloei, GOOdWln & Weleb wish to notify their onatomen that they will reoelve only iirst- class hard wood in their luill-yanl this wilder. fieorge Seott is at home from the Keoley Institute. Mr. Seotl is looking well and happy. aml says he wants no inore of the accnrsed stuli. The bobbin shop wlll not stoek up. this wlnter, beoanae it is reported there will be no call for hard-wood DObUna in the wooleli miiis, on aooonnt of " free woot." Itichard Pureell's horse, while belng driven, last week, reared In the shafts, and when it oame down one of the shafts en tered its side, makiug an ugly WOnnd. Almon Olatk of Montpelier Is talkiug of buildlng a niee house next spring. Ileisto tnove the meat inarket and barn, aml will tben have one of theflneet buildlng lotain town. There is some talk abnut a creamery. This is what a town of this si.e neecls. It has money to biuhl one, and the eows to aup port one. In the neihboring towns uiii the creamery yatem bntter netted, last inonth, twenty-seven cents. We hope the farmers will oonildef this matter, and that in the near futur' we shall have a creamery in OUT village. Do not let the neighboring towns make all the money; let (Iroton have a baml in it. Mrs. Krank Kittredge is iulte sick. Mrs. Benry rlatton has been sick for the pasl week. Hichard Pnrcell and wife are rejoicing over the birth of a baby girl. Mrs. Martha Jones aml baby are vis iting her sister in Montpelier. i Miss Maitie Obalmera is worklng for Bev. w. n. Boberta. Boy Wbitney of Ban Fran- Oiaoo, Who Is visiting at Judge llall's, was at Montpelier ihe lirst of this week. Mrs. George Mamligo came last Thursday to assist her hnsbaml in I. M. Kicker's boardlng honae, Mrs. Corser is visit ing at her daugbter'a, Mrs. H. I.. Gil man visilcd her sister in LittletOO, N. II., the lirst of this week. William l.'as sidy is reported about the same. Koh ert Whitehill has married a Miss Daird in Cabot, and haamoved there to Uva a Miss Aunie Olney has decided not to attend scbool at Peacham this winter, aml han taken a school in West Topabam. Mrs. Alex Ooohran and Mrs. S. G. Whitney go to Albany to visit their sister this week. Hou. I. X. Hall has been quite sick, for the paal week, with a hard cold. Hiram Woods, forinerly of this place, died at Weat Topsham last week. The funeral was on Saturday at his late home. Hardwick. Perley & Taylor, attorneya, have opened olliee rooma in the Tltua hlock. A maaquerade promenade and oyater sup per were glven by Hardwick Band on Frl ilay evening last at the town hall. Mrs. Will Powers, resicling in one of Hathaway'a new house tenementa. died on Bunday morning laatot consumption. Mra, Aniella Whlten of Weal Woodbury has rented rooms in Mrs. Woodbury's house, recently vaoated by George B. Bhlpman, It has been decided to locate the new creamery near the depot in Baat Hardwick. It is expeoted thal it will be ready for buai ness about Ma v I . Mrs. Mary Weeks intends goiug the pres enl week to Manchester, N. H., to spend the winter with her daughter, who is at tendlng school for instructiou in phonog raphy. It is reported that Messrs. Tuoker and Hunker have adjusted their dillerences in (helr partnerahip mattere aml mada a di viaion of mill aml lumber property. Mr. Tneker deeds his interest in the ('tunbridge mill and retaina the dreaaing mill in this plaoe. ETred .f. Buahey of Mackville has con traoted to out and deliver one milliou feet of logs on the meadow near West Long Pond in Woodbury, for the Morae Manufacturing Oompany of Wolcott. They are to be cut on the mountaln weal oftbe pond, from which a road has been recently cunstrueted. A. C. Hooker, of the grocery lirm of Qooker & Parka, is alowly reooverlng from an attaok of the "grinpe." .Mrs. K. B, Hall waa aerioualy afHiotea on Monday last with bemorrhage from the nose, and narrowly eaoaped fatal results before it oould be oon trolled. Bhe remainj very low, but is thought to be improving. BMt Hardwick. Albert Kort is at work at Miles Pond. M. W. Orooker has moved biahateatab- lishment to St. Albans. We bave mails on the Dlghl aml morning trains now, giving us four a day. David McDaniels died very snddenly Tueaday. The atore laoloeed for the preaent. Montgomery & Son are dressing some Him.noo feel of lumber from the Goslant inill in W alden. Mr. and Mrs. ('. .1. Ball and Mr. and Mrs. W. I.. Dow will repreaent Caledonia grange ai Brattleboro thia week. G. 1.. Johnson has boucht l,."iOo acrei of timber laml in Cambridge and Underhill, and will lumber extensively another J ear. Atameetingof the creamery associatiou on Saturday, the capital stoek was im ii-.ned to tbree thouaand aoltara. The) will build no as to be ready for business in the iprlng, Moretown. The Ladlea' aid soi iety inet at A. K. Love Joy'a on Wednesday last. Xrtpp, Tenant Co. havo shut down their Works for a w hite hecause of lack of now. Bohoo OOmmenoed in thii village, Mon day, Deoembet with George Wallace and Annie Dvaus for teachers. The WaitHtlehl Ntago was three honrs late at this place, Momlay night, on ac- oount of a treight traiu belng offthetraok between Northlleld and Montpelier. g. it. Bvana of Waterbury was in town lasl Momlay. Warren Tripp and Jamea Tenant from New Hampahire were in town last wuek looking after their lum ber interests here. Two Kichinond gentlemen have been In town looking after the prospcets for puttlug in a creamery here. Morgan. George Calkius hasgone to Lowell, Mass., io wora with his brotber. J. A. Wark has his DOW house nearly complcled. Jainea Bnlloob has recently lost, a palr of horses, yalued at j.'KJO one by a Droken leg and one with collc. Pittsfield. Bev. Z. Ii. Wheeler of Granville gave an lutereating leoturo on hii peraonal experi. euces in the civtl war, at the Methodist phuroh, last, week Wednesday evening. The proceeds of the lecture, together wlth thoeo of a aopper erved at the town baU, were given to Hev. 8. C. Vail. Mrs. c. w. Brlghatn haa been on the sick list for Neveral days, but is at present con valescent. George McColluin has returned from a visit, to his son in lloston. Hev. Mr. Hubbard, paator of the Congregatlonal ohnroh, has otoaed his lahOtl here on ac OOUnt of III health. Randolph. Christinas exen ises wlll be held in Ihe town hall this year. There are niany cases of Hickness about town, jnst now. Ooldl, whooilng-congh, canker-rash, blllous fever, etc, are the prevailing complainls. Mrs. Daniel Katon fell on the lce, Bunday morning, uatalnlnga serious Injury to her spine. 8. C. Vorse, the village blacksniith, has sei'iired the belp of one Of the best horsoshoers In town. North Randolph. Bert Durkee did a job of mason work In Chelsea last woiik. BohOOl hegan last week Monday. Kato Gillett, who has taughtao many terins here, teaches again this winter, to the satisfaction of all. Blla Ohurohlll of New York visited her aunt, Mrs. ,f. Ii Durkee, last. week. Canie Ohurobill of Harre also visited in town. Kreeman Itichardson of Brookfield had one foot, bmll.v burt by a falling tree, not long ago. . While Bert aml Krank Durkee were elmpping for Mr. White, re cently, a deer that had been seen In this Violnlty several tiincs approacheil them, nn til, seeing the clog, it turned, gave one bound and waa away. a deer runnlngat large is a rare sighf in tbese parts. West Hnnilolpli. The ladles of St. .Tohn's ohtttoh realied about 9100 from their saln and supper last Thursday. dUOtOt, Mrs. Maria Thotnpson; asslstant OOndnotOT. Mrs. .lennie liurgess; guard, Mrs. Jessie Mi Kay: organist, Miss Llr.zle Chalmerlj delegate, Mrs. Dlivo M. Deet; al ternate. Mrs. Sarah Poole. Mrs. Chalmers Is galnlng. MIsh Jennie a. White haa gona to Meindoes Falls to attend school at the acadeniy. Mrs. A. C. Wormwood has been in poor health for a nuinber of weeks with an affection of the bronchial tubes. Miss Qraole Hyde of Harre visited at. the home of her grandfather, Kd. MidCay, last week. Lewis Greenwood is soon to tako a trip to Connecticut, and to Worcester, Mass., to visit frleuds and relatives. Mr. Alphonao Heath is to have chargo of his business diirlng his absence. Waterford. The oentennlal oommlttee met at the ves- try at, LiOWet Waterford on Saturday to make arrangementa for oelebratlng the one bundredtb annlveraary of the setthnnent of the lown, to be held in the ohiireh at Iower Waterford the lirst Tuesday ln June, 1803 Juno trainlng day. Worcester. A fonr-days' revival tneeting commenced on Tuesday at the Methodist church. A special business ineeting ol Hall Post, Grand Army, is lo be held on next Satur day. The funeral of Mrs. Krankl n Johnson was held at her late l osidonoe on Sunday, Hev. p. h. Carpentet offtoiating, Mrs. N. A. Kelley lately fell and broke her hlp. Mrs. Lake l.awrence has moved to the Corners. Iri Hrown is convalescent. Woodbury. Warner Thomai has oompleted the addi- tion to his mill and proposes to rOjh things this winter. The Ohriatlan Bndeavor Soeiety of the Congregatlonal ohnroh held a very pleaaant Iiellamy supper in their vestries last Kriday evening. The Arion ooneort, company will give one of their popular entertalninents ln the Methodist church, Wednesday evening, 1 eeember 1 1. Milk is only taken in at the creamery ever.v alternate day now, ihe cream belng shipped from the Adams and Braintree creaiueries on the other days. Oharlea Hass of New York is in town for a few days. George Priest of Ware, Mass., is vlaltlng his sister, Mrs. K. K. Dunn. . Mrs. George S. Moulton visilcd her daughter, Mrs. Ii 0. BriggS, in Hart ford last week. - Mrs. Bebeooa Wllbur passed her ninety-tirst, birthday Thursday, Deoembet 8. Her frlends aml relatives made her many USetul aml valuahle pres- ents. Oolonel .1. 11. Mead cainii No. 87, Sons of Veterans, held their annual eleotlOn of OfHoeraOfl Kriday, December 0. Salisbury lirothers are having the Interior of their olliee reiuodeled and ,fin- Ished in hard wood, maklng a deoided im pruvement Rooheater. The Booheater graded school has an at- tendanoe of nlnety. The annual ball of the Grand Army post will bebeld Monday evening, January 2. Lovers of a lirst-elass mnaloal entertain- ment will be pleased to learn that the Tufts College glee and mandolin cluh has been engaged to play at Grand Army hall on Saturday evening, December .11. Cbarles Angell Is spendlng a week at his fatber's. Mrs. A. K. Wbitney was buried BaturHay, December 10, Rev, Mr. Wrinht olliciating. William Cush mau, Jr., and wife of Ripton spent Sunday with M. M. Hall and family. K. A. Guernsey has bought the Daniel Coolldge farm prloe, 2,600. G. (;. Hubbard aml wife are spendlng a week in Brandon. South Ryegate. W. T. George was at home over Sunday. He returned to eoiirt on Monday. P. Gibaon has a niee display of Christinas goods. The Shepard family is togtve a oonoert in the depot hall next, Kriday evening. 1 here is to be a Christinas tree at the new church. : i Oharlea Harts- horu is the new landlord in the Ryegate Granite Works hotel. The lirst lcr ture in the oourse was well attended. The ladies will make a success of the course. Mrs. Jane George has been ipiile sick for the pasl week. Mrs. Samucl Mills, Jr., has been quite sick for some days, but, is now able to he on the street. ' The next entertainnient in the entertaln ment course will be a concert by the St. Johnsbury orchestra, December 33, Warren Erinton is spemiing his spare time trainlng his "pet" to drink. Peaob Thomas was in Hoston, last week, and brought home with him some niee horses. . Greeley Darling went to Pblla- delphla, lasi week, to spend the winter, Mrs. V. J. Kenuedy of Lowell, Mass., is visiting in town. Strafford, The contest over the village postinaster ship has hegun, aml waxes warm. Cbarles K. Avery has been appointcd llquor agent for another year, and Hiram Hyde haa reoeived the appolntment ofdep- uty sherilt. J. H. Hoyt and wife have conveyed to their son Harry their real estate, coudi tioned for a life support. The Simeon H. Cook reaidenoe has been sold by the hoirs to M. J. Robinson. North Thetford. Chriatmaa wlll be observed by a cantata aml tree, gutteu up by the young people of both soi ietius. Messrs, Ilahcock t Howard are maklng Improvementa at the iteam mill, potting np bUiUUnga for the new luachimiry, Mrs. Kugene Howe has been quite sick for Ihe past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Wadlelgh held a receptiou in their new house lasl w. ek. Many frieuds were present. Mr. John Sawyer has goue down couulry to spend the winter with his childreu. - Allen Ciiminings, Oharlea Jaquitb, Mlnnie Kinsmau, Bllaa Lord aml Abbie Sawyer will be al home for the holi- days. Hessie Johnson is tcaching school at East Thetford. - George Howe returned to his home in Colorado last week. , Kanuy Southworth has sone to spend the winter with Dea. John Pratt's family at Orford, N. 11. Topabam, II. Wallace Qhalmera has put an addition upon oim side of his blacksinith shop to ac- oommodata his ox siing. Boboola in distriet No. 1."., taugbt by Miss Mary Chynoweth, and No. 0, taugbt by Itohert Richardson, olosed last Kriday. lioih were sucoeaaf ul sobools, Mr.&ioharu- son is to teaoh in West Groton this winter. The Topsham Creamery Company pald ils patrons twenty-seven cents tor butter for the month of November. Siuce the creamery begau running the last of Octo ber, tha receipt of lnilk has doubled aud is sleatlily increasing. The Woman's Christlan Teuiperuiice rjniOO held a parlor enterlailllilelit at their headiiuarters last Kriday evening. About seventy-rlve were present. Cake and cof fee were served aml a pleasaut programiue of mueic and recltatlons was enjoyed, Three new members joined the uulon Misses Mauiie Jackmau, Louise McLaiu aud Jennie Kastiuau. At the regular ineeting of Ransom Woman's Relief Corjis, No. 43, held Di-ceiu- her 8. the foiiowing offloers were obossn: Piesident, Mrs. Nottie K. Dickey; vii c- preaidentai Mra Auguata B, Baatotan and Nlrs. Murlha A. Creggy; secretary, Mrs. Mary E. Ilatchelder; treasurer, Mrs. Olive M. Luut; chaplaiu, Mrs. Laviua Hood; OOBj There is a newdriverand proprietor on the north half of the Plainfield and Hard wick Btage route. Piofessor Biahop of the Methodist Seini nary is io preaob at, the Center ou 8itnday morning at eleveu o'clock. The Center school begaO Momlav of last week Wlth M. B. Foatet in the Gramuiar department aml Blanohe Drenan in the Priiuary. Itlaaaid "a WOrd to the wise is sntli oient," so will oortain parties In town who have been maklng themselvea oontemptible nuisances by imlulging in peiioilical druukH lake the hint aml give us a rest'.' The Methodist Banday-echoo has decided to have the usnal Christinas exercises. Sl. E, Koster, assisted by Blanohe Drenan, May Benjamln and Mlnnie Karr, have been ap pointed oomtnittee of the arrangements. The probabllltiea are that. the Metbodlat soeiety will soon be without a pastor. Some of the heavleat subacrlbers, and weii-to-do inen, evince a disposition to evade pay miiiit. Consecpiently Mr. Wrlght will be obliged to siiek another Meld of lahor. Jndge Fullerton, prealdent of the Wood bury Granite Company, is putting up a shed, forty by sixty, over part of the ipiarry for winter work. t'arter, of thi! Swanton oompany, has alroady oovered a largo quantlty, sufficlent to keep all his foroe at work tbrough the winter. Otis Wheeler is ill at Audrew Lyford's. Emma Lyford aml Cora Wheeler h:in returned to the Normal School at J..!.iiion. Annie Watsou is teaohlng school in East Orange. i Mabel Clark, who has been quite ill for some months, has goue to the hospital for trcatment. hlgin liill haaaooepted a position as can- vasser for Hrown lirothers Company Rochester. of John Robxbts, a woll-to-do planter, aml his ten-year-old son were fatally shot from an amhush while driving to Atlanta, (la., from their home tlve miles out of the city, on Thursday last. There is no clue to the murderers. IHarhcts. Verinoiit Markets. MONTI'Kr.IKK. Butter, Creih, Mft 24 fft m Bntter, eretei, fi inx $ 0,5 ChenM', ilslry. l tt lu (ni 11 h.KK. V as I'otnlnes, new. j:Umsliel ,",, 70 koi, Ure, i It 'lu Mukh. rtresaeil, V Iti BUft 7 ShBBl,. llve. V tl 3 I 3!J Sjirilll! I.:lll,lu 4 ,", 41' Jel8. Ilve.. 4 ,Si 41J Iurkeys. n II, 17 fowur ih ;.", a prln ehiekeua. i lh m S Hour. SiiruiK Wlu.iit ) bsrrel 5 nM vi Klinir, M11tur Wlieitt, fl Iwrrel 4 7.1 96 M Kleur, Kuiiiily Whv.it, l IwrriM 4 Sja, Keeil, ) cwt u Mea ,OWt io M 5 Mlddmigs.Wewt (Si 'u O.itn, V l.mh.'l 43 4S t'om. v busbel m s B BraBi pw ow yX Bl M HUI, V btlshHl 2 2A N 50 Mj)ie snK.tr new 7 m f Mitiilo Hvrup new S0 65 lloston Produce. Monday, December 12, 1SH2. The nuotations given below- represent prices obtained by reoelvers for wholesale lot (not jobbtng prtee) aud are lntended to repre.sciit act iiiil ale: BUTTKIt. QNamery, Northvn, extrs, i iti preemerr, northern, sxtra antsV Oreamery, KjMtero, extra, v ft t'reiiicry, Wxntvru. ext tirstn, V tb.. Ci i'itiiM'ry, lirsls. dt lh iiniry. vt. hikI v V.. sxtra timts. m lh.. Dalry, Vt. hiii! N. Y., Hrt, II lh PHlry. Vt. hihI N. V., low uritfleH. (it th.. KrHiikliu Oo, Mietff., boxss, extrs erusiii- ery, a) B Ilo., extrs dslry, 1 Ih Uo.. extrs llrts, il Ih I)o., Ilrt. l Ih Trunk. extrs cresinery t It. Tnnik, exlfa ttslry. 4 II CHKKSK. 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