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u ' NEWS & CITIZEN. ST. J. & L. C, R.R. TIME TABLE. Trains moving East. 12 aid Downward. Trains moving West. Jtead I'ptcard. Mail. Kx'se Stations. Mail. Ex'ss a. m. p.m. p.m. a. m. 7 iO 7 W Cambridge Jct. 6 03 9 SO 7 41 7 S4 Johnson. 5 42 9 07 7 51 7 S7 JlTDB Pakk. 5 SO 8 52 8 00 7 4 JiOKRIsriLi.B. 6 23 8 43 8 20 8 07 WOLCOTT. 5 02 8 20 8 U 8 14 BIXUWICI. 4 46 8 02 B. & L. R. R. TIME TABLE. Trains moving East. Re-ad Downward. Trains moving West. Mead Ujneard. Pass. Ei'ss Stations. Pass. Ex'ss. a. m. p.m. p.m. p. m. 00 4 Si Buitl.rSQTO. 7 55 11 10 7 10 6 00 Camiiridge. 6 33 9 40 T It 6 OS jEFVERSONV'a. 6 2$ 9 S3 7 18 6 09 CAMB-JCNC. 6 25 9 SO PROBATE NOTICE. Until farther notice be piven the Prtuate Office for ttie District of Lamoille will be held at the Uourt House, in Hvde Park, In rooms heretofore -upied by lie UountT tiers, wncre rroraio Court, will "be held on MONDAY of each week. Adt ordinary business may be there attended to on other nnvs n-om iv.au w la. w a. jul. u 1 to 2.S0 P &1 Htdb Park. Jan. 1st. 187D. ALL SORTS The Directors and Stock-holders of the Lamoille Valley Fair Ground Company are hereby notified to meet at the town hall on Tuesday, January 3rd, 1882 at 10 o'clock A. M. for the purpose of electing a board of Direct ors for the year ensuing and to do any other business thought proper when met. A. A. Niles, Clerk Morrisville, Dec. 15th, 81. Amous the' replies to an advertise merit of a music commute for "a can -.Ykiaw''iL3 onraaiit, music-teacher eta.." was the following one: "Gen tletnen, I noticed your advertisemen for an orsracist aud music-teacher either lady or gentleman. Having been both for several years, I offer you my services." Go to Gates' if you would buy Dolls, Books for the children, Books for the family, Games, Writing desks Jewel cases, Toilet cases, elegant Christmas Cards, Fiue Majolica wares or anything ii the lino of "Holiday Goods." He is selling low. The girls of Westfield, Mass., re fused to believe that a Western maid en was hugged to death by her lover They decline to accept anything of this kind except from experience. Giibeit took advantage of the low market in clothing by reason of con tinued warm weather, and has great ly enlarged his stock. People buyiug of hioi ret the benefit of his good trade. Most of us wcukl rather cat the on ion than get it second hand in the breath, even of t.u augel. In addition to a large stock of dry goods and groceries, boots, rubber goods and clothing will be found, beef, also pork which ma- be had whole or by the Inlf, quarter or pound, also ribs and le lderloin just as you wish and at small advance of cost. At the brick block. Geo. J. Slay ton. Patti is said to hare a horror of tak ing cold, and avoids draughts. Why certainly ! She came over for checks And greenbacks, r ot drafts. Go aud see W. E. Clement's holi day goods, he has a nice lino of fancy walnut goods, camp chairs, student chairs, rockers, etc., etc. Just the place to find a suilable Christinas gift for 3-our friend. "Now Seth," said Mrs. Spicer, lnnt. flown tlifif. iJVM'lnftf ino- nAtrsnn. . ...... ... a "-r- per, I want to talk about Christmas.' Spicer looked over the top of the journal and mildly suggested that he had no objection, if she did not talk until then. "Don't talk nor. sense, but tell me something to hang on a tree for Christ mas.'' Tins, time the answer came quick and decided. "The best thing to hang on a tree for Christmas! GuUeau !" At the store of W. II. Hale may be found a splendid assortment of goods of the very 'jest quality. His .ready made clothing is superb: his .boots and shoes are simply of the best .style of workmanship, and his hats and caps, prints etc.; arc an immense stock. Drop in and see him. Times tre prettj' good now, but when the snow falls the bovs will be gin to go down hill. As Chimborazo s tands the highest ' peak of the Andes and whose summit is ever draped in white, so is the great Tift among the merchants of northern Vermont. At his store is where all the grand bargains are made in ready made clothing, etc. Nothing has been heard of Vcnnor lately, and it is hoped that his Ven uorinous predictions altout the weath er are ended. For flour, feed, a id general heavy goods you can do no better than to call on II. A. Slayton & Co. A pretty woman opposite you at the morning meal is the best breakfast belle. P. P. Poberts has just returned from the Hub with a full line of Christ mas and New Year's goods for botli old and young. Call aud see them if you do not wish to purchase. MORRISVILLE. C. H. Slocum is in Portland for a few days. There are several reasons why D. A. Gilbert is leading all oJSiers in the clothing business. In the first place his goods are all fresh and of the latest styles, and then he hasn't forgotten how to buy close and to select the styles and quality of goods that peo ple want. He is at his old stand and everybody knows where that is. Solomon Stowe killed a spring pig last week weighing 401 lbs. Are there any other towns yet to bo heard from on the pig question ? Remarkable weather ; no snow yet aud exceedingly warm for the time of year. Better give that fresh meat to the poor before it spoils. J. C. Lamson of Cabot, L. II Thompson of Irasburg, J. C. Burke and Hand of Albany were in town Saturday. The pulp mill is now running day and night and in a thoroughly business like way. Gates has usually a full stock of goods but this year he has more goods than ever. He shows a large and well selected stock of Holiday goods, at very low prices. The Spiritualist Society will meet with Mrs. John Patterson Friday afternoon and evening Dec. 30th. It is to be a picnic. We understand EH Cutler's wife has left him. Trouble started over a pair of new shoes. If j-ou keep a sorrel horse, better insure in the Vermont Accident asso ciation. It may not save you but your friends will feel better about you. When the winds are howling around your house and the snows are drifting, do not fail to call in at Hale's of Morrisville and get a supply of winter necessaries. He is fine man to trade with. Blow ye winds and crack your cheeks," and "howl ye ships of Tarsh ish" for one of the princes of the world live3 in Morrisville, whose name is int. lie seiletn wares most ex ceedingly low. Go and see him. Christmas tree at the Cong'l church Saturday evening. Dr. M. D. Bickford of Wolcott was arrested on Saturday last by sheriff Hardj- at Strafford where he had taken the lady he had but a few hours before made his bride. It seems that upon the previous Monday he had borrowed $75 of E. II. Stone, oa the strength of his note signed b- the girls father as surety. The latter name is said to be a forgerv. At the hearing before usticc Cady, Bickford was bound up in tue sum ot 10U. He furnished bail. Christmas tree at the Corners Sat urday eve. family from Johnson to this place. Wo understand Mr. B. intends going to lumbering at Elmore. Hubert Rainville, who has been in jail for several months past, has been released from custody. He is in very poor health, and having no home, comes on to this town for support. Robinson, the horse thief, gets three years at Rutland. Sheriff Rayraore took him down last Wednesday THE VILLE AND THE BORO. Trnffros is rieinsr made 011 the new steam mill of Clark and Peck, which is now on hand and will-soon be put into position. Mr. Stevens of Winooski came tip to-day to advise about the location. Mr. Iliffer who has been brakeuianon the B. & L., takes the place vacated by "Jack Cormick" who came to grief last week at theBoro, and is not at present in condition to resume his work. Mr. Ballard has been engaged to take up the ease and se who must bear the blame. Mr. Varnum has moved into his new house, though joiners are still at work rmtfino- nn rhn finishinST touches. Ex- rr,, OI., , . . ., . pects to be all done in apple-pie order be- The 24th annual ball at the Amen- J Tc.r, can comes on Monday, Jan. 2d. Ihose the large Christmas lice erected in their store and laden with the fruits of the Yankee brain. It is a fact that those who liberally advertise in the 2?eivs and Citizen are the ones that sell the most goods. Mrs. Eliza J. Luce sold her household goods at auction 011 Tuesday, in front of tne rosi-onice. ner object being to move to Plainsville, Ohio, at an early day. Christmas tree will be erected at each of the churches in town, but 011 what nights we are not informed at this writing. GOODS AT WISWELL'S, HYDE PARK. who "trip the light fantastic" may ex peet a good time. .Lyceum at the Academy next Fri day evening. Subject, " Resolved, That the Southern States had as much cause for secession as the colonists had for declaring their independence of Great Britain." A Ivceum was opened in f-nimnrtion William Osley has been seized with an with the village school on Monday night, ambition to finish up his schooling, ana and tne question lor debate was, That is now a member ot Mr. Conant's classes Uuiteau ougnt not, 10 De hung. at Johnson. A wag at our emow sugKests ,f., & McMahon will onon nn rimr. rho ,mr man's literary aspirations lU9? . luann will open an- arn stimulated hv the "Soark"-ins busi- other invoice 01 goods, Dec. 22nd, ness somewhat. giving those new goods, who could not Prof. Oscar Atwood is using his vaca- make early selections, having some tion for a trip to the city. Left on AI011- handsome articles for "Christmas day's train after a short visit at home. ift at samc time are selling every episcopal service wun tnenuiv cum- rh!n inw nrenaratorr tr tnt no- At munion and offerings for Diocesion Mis- . T 1 sf 0 !a nf noK,.i,i.r rwr nn Christmas Of StOCK Jan. 1st. The weather thus far during this morning, Dec. 25th, 1SS1, at half past ten The Unity church society will have a month hna hn .ini.ooiiv mU nr1 promptly. Christmas tree on Juonuay evening Dec. 1 1 Tl ft 1 A. J 1 I pieasani, more iiKe Apia man me , Thfi town meeting of Tus,l:,v resulted middle of December, which reminds us T r TT00vkins iia Donrht 65 acres of in the abatement ot the taxes for the next of the old saying, "a green Christmas wild land back of the Clark lot mnlcpa l fat. rvnvovnrrl " A mon in I 325. J 17,1 WI.IfA'A.r . -.rA- V.orl rroch 111 MS town tapped a tree Monday and had a foot wnilo cuttincr logs for Keuben Key- good flow of sap. Would not this nice weather be a good time to put that paint on the church at the West End? At present the Catholic church is Diaries, AT WISWELL'S. . . v.. jiougKtns lias oougi n, w - 1n on al, th n,.ot,,.r nf r r ,,. Aiiuc -- - " -c,, fn., ... - , , , ier. Also a me u xtuumsou which inav be used lor manufacturing purposes. EDEN. Christmas tree at the white school house next Saturday evening. nolds. Ransom Davis is a married man and is no longer a naughty boy Daniel Mower has moved to Waterville and Frank Chaffee has moved into the dwelling house of Rufus Davis T?fmmhr t.hi dance and ovster Slipper without a priest, and it is uncertain Hemen Fletcher's Friday night the of Cleveland ( till require $125,000 in , . . . , , . 23rd. addition to what has been received or when services will again be held here. ,j.3 f. ,,.rwril,f i, i - & w ..fjti,.t .T Pori-M will nnen pledged to cairy out the plans for the Rev. O. S. Basford, ex-editor of 'the I nhotosraph rooms at the Boro about the erection of $fcsl,le memorial over News, is now located at Crandon, Da- first of February. the late President's grave Five boys were drowned in different NOTES The GtrfieledMonument Committee J eweliy, (a new lot,) AT WISWELL'S Special Announcement! At the photograph gallery, Morrisville, may be louml a nice line of HOLIDAY GOODS! Artotvpes, Knglisli Cliromos, Panels. Oloer.n.hs 1'hoto Chromes, I'hoto Statu" "y, ete! , xJw lar?? "ariety of Easels and tasel Frames, Holiday Cards, Embossed Pictures. STEREOSCOPES & VIEWS, Brincr in vonr T;tn,.Aa i r , uontsend tliem awav. Can do it n rliRnn Eir n' Tr it and be convinced. Copying and FINISHING IN INDIA INK !lnS?' hfme' 8avinff the expense of sending and . "". " pictures. uiTcmeacall my iinces. CHEAPEST IN THE MARKET I J. DUNHAM NOW OFFEKS THE 2tr FRANK P. ROBINSON, Photogra pher TO Picture Frames MADE AT WISWELL'S. Zu- II' you want any of these, don't wait till the last moment, but go eaily and give liim a chance to make them. kota. Another boy has recently been added to his family. A letter from him, descriptive of western life, may be expected soon. Miss May Perry teaches the school SHELDON. Mr. Evan gave his wife one more beat- inz the other uav. auci leit lor pans un known. The woman and child have been taken to Sheldon Poor House. Hal Smith has made arrangements to at the L-entre, ana we are informed spend a vear in Chili, bouth America. W ill leave in a lew weeks, ills iamuy remain. portions of IVew England, on Monday while skating on thin ice. It is understood that "Aliiltakcr will be restored to West Point. Bismark says the next generation will care more for pie than glory?. The way prices are (going up now we should not wondr if such should be the case. Pie trill be harder to get The Methodist and Cong'l Sunday aI.aivI ha mnhiiiiv MPAnt nrnnoPnttAIIO flf Christmas. Methotlist Dec. 24 and Cong'l than glory. riuiadelphia JVews Dec. 20th. A while ago, Prince Roland Bona- Mrs. H. btufflebean was bitten in the parte wasn t very much esteemed by uuuu uj a uuc a lew wee ha airo. uu ia u:a it;voa n t,. 1, i ...!. 'theWbi?e 'P 7 "l COn8e1UeUCe0f some $5,000,000. or $6,000,000, and Young Colby whose name figured late- " PretV "Keiy tuat they won t re giyes excellent satisfaction. Noyes says advertising in the News & Citizen brings him lots of butter We do not doubt it in the least. Peo pie read advertisements, and when thej see a chance for bargains they go for it, as in the case with Noyes. Fred Gauthier has received a pen-1, in thSu Aibans ilfesseer in an affair fuse to recognize him ? y?kTi-v -f i mi i a. I . t i. .11 i i : . . 4 1 I sion oi 9 40v.o, aim wm uereaiter re- yj.w? uau, w now a Tendon physician's A j I lUai till . lie 1H I1111CL HI 1 LI HC11 UI3" I "Pirn ,i 1 1 1 1 nor nirnrii l . . . nosed and besides verv indignant. ve Dr. Bicknell of Wolcott, who got a h0Pe liewmoowcll divnrpp at. tlm last term of court, and rAIKrlELU School opened with about 40 scholars Hay to press brings thirteen dollars Butter about all cleaned out among the farmers A quick sale for all kinds of produce at good prices Old Mr. Brady, a long-time resident, married since, was committed to jail last Sunday for forging his father-in law's name. Following is the report of the Grand Jury concerning the jail : Cyrus W. Field, tot content with tiie Suvr Yon Mail, has bought the Evening Express for 175,000. This is a pretty big express bill, C. O. D., we suppose. Cyrus will probably ex press his ideas now insUad of mailing them. W. E. Clement says, parties owing him must pay up before the first of January. The whale lost its dinner by playing pitch and toss with Joiau. People going to Wi.terbury should remember that money can be saved by trading with M. M. Knight. He carries a better and larger assortment than most merchants in our large towns and his prices aie always most gratifying. You can Cnd anything; there you want. ; As usual, Crandall has his store full of desirable goods for Christmas aud j New Years gifts for everybody. Au thors of various kindi. Logomachy, and a variety of ot'ier household games. Young gent, buy your lady a nice hand miror to see her back hair with, or some other nice -hing. Young lady, buy your " Fellow " a good 001 monie, specie bag, huir brush and comb, pocket knife, or shaving knife, which can all be found at Crandall's, as well as everything cL.e. We notice by the Caledonian that our former townsman, Mr. E. B. Merriam, now of St. Johnsbury, has, or is soon to become a member of the fCeftt Pearl, wholesale rocers of that place. This union will make a strong house. Messrs. Spen cer & Pearl have, in the few years they have been associated together, built up an extensive and prosperous busi ness. It is an excellent opening for Mr. Merriam, at the same time the old firm maj- congratulate themselves on having brought into their company a man of the sterling business facul ties, and financial standing of Mr. Merriam. lie was a resident of this town for nearly twelve years, and of the count' from childhood. Although his father was a man of means -et the most of E. B.'s property was ac cumulated by hi3 own industry and good management. We bespeak for the new firm the abundant success they descrye. "The Grand Jury within and for the county of Lamoille, would resnectfullv died at his daughter's residence Friday, " .. . . - r . I Tln KHi mirrt f hoi thaw hmi.n I '.fv4v bu,u m4lw uiaun cAaujiua- certificate reads as follows ; " This is to certify that I attended Mrs. in her last illness, and that she died in conse quence thereof. Syracuse Herald Queen Victoria is ill. It is said of her that she delights in cold, the hot air apparatus wdich i3 used to heat Windsor Castle being never turned on in the suite occupied by the Queen, however severe may be the weather. Denver will be the future capital of Colorado Two million dollar's worth of pea- Plated Ware, (in season for Christmas,) AT WISWELL'S Whew ! ! JOHNSON. Lee Butler has closed his services as "driver" for Saxby. and left the hotel. He was very generally liked in that ca pacity. Nearly two tons of poultry were ship- to lose him. W. II. Fairchild has bought the house lately owned by James Donahue, A. G. & C. L. Soule the tin shop and utensils. Th. B. Knowland rents the shop. John Nye is "making extensive repairs on the house bought 01 U. w. JNortnrop, prior to moving into it. The Burnham Bros., of Johnson, are doing the painting, and A. E. Little is doing the carpenter wort. MA MM IE D. .r i c j :J James .uonanue, one 01 our most ie- nwu 1 IUB WUUy 1411, UU UUU SaiU ; 1,.. n cl.An ... .- 1 jail in a good, healthy condition, as far 1,1' "to Mar if- "ised m this country this year as we were able to judge, and that the field, where we understand he is to go in jail is reasonably safe for the retention to trade. He will prove himself a valu of criminals. Aud we find the plaster- ?bl,e addition to the town. We are sorry ing m the lower hall in a bad condi tion, torn off in places, and would rec ommend that said hall be sealed (the walls and overhead) with good, suita ble matched boards, for the good of said jail oa will find the largest and most complete stock of Staple and Fsncy Groceries in Lamoille County. Fine Teas, Pure Coffees, And Spices, a Specialty. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Pure Confectionery, Canned Fruits And Meats, Sugar Cured Dried Eccf & Hams, Fish, Tripe, Oysters, &c, All the best brands of Tobacco and Cigars, ' And tliQ WOLCOTT. MILLS CURRIER la Johnson. Dec by itev. A. A. smitn, Alonzo .). Mills of Joliu son, and Mary A. (Juc-ier, of Uyde Park DAVIS FLOOD In Bolvidere, Dec. 13, 1S81, by a t " v r . rnn B .. i: and Annie M loou ot Jletcuer. DIED. BALCH In Johnson, Dec. 17. 1881, Willard M. isaicn, agea 4J yean, ins remaining menus wish, through the paper, to thank the neighbors who assisted in caring for him in his sickness, and assisting in his burial. CALL In Eden, Dec. J?, 1S81, Sally Call, aged 88 years. i : Best Fiye-Cent Cif ar in tie Wort Cutlery, Pipes, Notions, fec. Go to Calkins for vour irmcpripa wliow v, i. ways And cvervtiiimr vou want in thnt lino un.i purest goods in the market. Terms Cash ! Ko Long Creflit ! P. O. Building, MorrisYiilc, Vt.1 HYDE PARK. Jas. F. Lavelle, formerly in the em ploy of C. J. Patch, but now living at Rutland, was in town last week. A number of the friends of Miss Nellie Bliss gave her a "surprise" last Saturday night. A party, given in honor of the lGth birthday of Miss Stella Waterman, took place Friday evening last. A large number were present, and a good time enjoyed by all. Last Saturday as the noon freight train going cast was entering Hyde Park, fire was discovered iii a car loaded with pressed hay. On arriving at the depot efforts were made to ex tinguish it, but proved of no avail, and the car was put on a switch and left to burn. After being abandoned by the train hands, Stephen Rowell, a one armed man, with the assistance of others, cut a hole in one end of the car and took out thirteen bales. It is claimed by some that with proper man agement the car and neaily all of the hay might have been saved, while others say it was impossible to do so. The fire is supposed to have been caused by a spark from the engine. Miss Emma Ferguson is spending a few days at Burlington, whither she has gone to attend the wodding of a cousin. Go to Roberts if yon want to see a fine lino of dolls. Every child should have one for Christmas. All prices. A little event, in which a well-known young lady and a young lawj er of this place are prominent- concerned, is announced to come ofT at Counsellor Brigham's Thursday evening. Christinas exercises will be held at the Town Hall Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, to which all are invited. About $23.00 has been raised for presents for the younger members of the Sunday School. The arbitrators in the case Stearns & Moseley v. Fullington, had another hearing Tuesday. II. A. Bailey has rented his house on Lbujvli street to S. A. Fnv. the "V ' blacksmith, who intends removing his Made from any varies of Marble or Granite, erected on short notice, AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF FINISHED MARBLE WORK on hand to be found in Northern Vermont specimens of YThittemore and Cheney at work in C. V. Peck's woods were quite severely ped from this station last Monday morn- injured by felling a tree which? caught mar. ruerwin took in a ton on tviturdav. Air. . y mtxemore s loot and rt fallinfir C. IVY'. Ward has sold out his stock oi limb striking Mr. Cheney oil one shoui- coods to Sumner and Wallace G. An- uer diews. We are very sorry to lose Mr. Blodgett the veteran potatoe dealer is v aru in the capacity of merchant, but if loauing a car or potatoes this week: he must sell out, there are no other young L. A. TiUotsou has closed his hotel, and men wiio win ue bo nearuiy welcomes m ma Doarders now take their meals at A nis piace as tne Andrews liros. They will E. Phillips. X " UUU1 auoul' u,e nl" Union Christmas tree at Conff'l. church " J on Mnn(kv no-rr.. nil nr invirivl 1) nr.. rr i -i . . I ' .liov. xuuuer ureacueu an aDie ser- I r n t:i i.: 1 , .,, , , .. . i . . . . , , , I v. v. a oiiiL'iJcii vui iuau oi iiuur niOll R WPPlt ncn Iner. Sinhltft, tla rna- I . . - i-r I try to market on Monday last UrrefitlOn WM lh nnc plirltwl nin.h nroma I J J and a little criticism from via liBnrar. F. E. Peck fell through the scuttle in It eviilpntlT mnrla o !,,,.aci., v. r isner s uarn, injuring mm auout the minds of all who heard it. ttle 8,ae severely, although he is so as to WUUUliUKY, tiUIIsCl , Mrs. Piorpp-mnthor nf Row .T A Tloi-.a I out, ycfc no is very iuiuc camftiipjir mnu-ino-n f.iroi K,, itev. Vy. j. Kicnarason notined the two weeks since,wheu she took a dose Cong'1' Society on Sunday last of his in of strong ammnni.1 t.im,L-inr ir n.,, teution not to remain here after the ex- mlxture. Fortunately she "did not swal- pition of his year, which will be March low the dose, but immediatelv snit it out. msl However the sides of her mouth and her S. A. Fife probably carries as choice a tongue and lips were badly blistered, and line of dry goods, groceries, boots and she has had a serious time ever since, shoes, crockery and glass ware as can be i ne uoctor said that if she had swallow- tound anywhere about, lie sells Arctic ed the ammonia it would no doubt have overshoes for $1.35. Best Java coffee proved fatal. for 25 cents, and kerosene oil far? 10 cants The Railroad Cnmnnnr imv c.,,i Tt-t Such prices always insure a lare trade nr. i . . Tjf ,, "ui ior sioPDin? tne train, nlapiiiw rh "" damages at 850.00. The hearing is to be at t. johnsbury the 2Sth of this month. It will be remembered that Hunt stopped the train to serve a writ on engineer Col lins some weeks since. ft'ho undersigned bogs leave to Inform the people vt A.iiiit'iiiu v'uiiijr mm viciimy tnai no is the authorized agent fur the GEORGE WOODS & CO.'S DAIRYMEN and FARMERS In his largo stock a little cheaiicr than tho same quality can be had at any other place in the County. See the Following Prices: MEN'S BOOTS, .... $2.00 CALF BOOTS, . . . . . $2.00 WOMEN'S SHOES. 20 cts. tn S.vnn CHILDREN'S " 30 cts. t 1 .9. BOYS' BOOTS, . . $1.00 to $2.25 I Moan Wh.at Z Say. AT J.t.joms,&co., CHRISTMAS Call find lonL- nt fhoui bnMr.n;..n -vt I i . , -"w iuiuuiB, ii mu can I ' JLN U m oiuiiu guuus ior me same money. v w . u ,nue, uairiesoi summcrand Fall or Winter.) you will find A Ready tVlarkct For It WITH H. M. NOYFiR. AT H-STIDE PAHS, 7T who will byand give you a satisfactory price. ana wno is at home every day to attend to your wants. R. F. & W. M. PARKER'S Will be found a good variety of Have fust received their Fall and Winter Stock of Goods, GOODS! Consisting of I WILL ALSO BUY Eggs, Beans, Poultry and Maple Sugar, AND Pay You Full Market Values for All Kinds of Farm Produce. DRY GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOES, Best Xiine in Tcwn. Consisting of Silk Hdkfs., Albums, Auto- -Also- IIATS, CAPS raPh Albums, Picture Books, I hare a good stock of all kinds of staple -and- and Pure Family DRY GOODS REAY-MADE CL0THIMR1 Dolls Vases Harps, Box Sta- Nice Lincof CHRISTMAS Holiday Doods, CROCKERY & GROCERIES, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, & HUBEEE GOODS, and will sell them at a fair profll. tionery, Boys' and Gents' Slip pers, &c, that will be sold I do not wish It understood that I will pay more than produce is worth, or sell goods at Itsa than cost, but believing tliat all fair-minded men are willing that tradesmen shall have a fair com pensation for their labor. I shall endeavor to sell, buy, and get a small gain with a view to " LIVE AND LET LIVE." A Specialty. Choice Brands of Flour, at extremely low prices. ScC, Wolcott, Dec. 19, 1S81. ScC. HIP Do not fail to call on mo and ou will bo honorablv dealt with. liOOK AT TIFE 11 2tf H. M. NOYES. BIE HIVE" Winter Cloaks! "OoVwvcvws, ; fo it- Ladies, Misses and Children. Cloaks at $3.00 and Upwards. PARLOR P ORGANS UPRIGHT PIANOS. Also Fellowship meetings in Lamoille county. HARDWICK. The Sunday school literary exercises at town hall on Friday evening were Tery good, and they are to repeat the en- t.arrainmpnr. with a iliflfirpnf. nrnrri'dmnip I mij "Huuue. uesinug io nave such meet- in a lew weeks. The proceeds go towards "8' b ur iwo uays, noiden with replenishing the a. . liDrary, 7nr nm72?h f IIy l"e ?ommlt; There was a regular donation for the 9,i,0r5?.mJ?er,of,t'. cons,il'S of benefit of Elder Scribner, on Monday ev- Mann'. oTttt attended by nearly a hun- nieetincrs. and m-ih ti, t'lm. r.l .! "reu wno c& ?ytl'I"g they wished thev desire the 7AJ "T,," "-n, co aoua. All had a good time. .. . " vHjJ, X ilCU I T..1 1. 1 .1 ineuommutee can arrange so as not to con- t w,,u uus curneu on luruiau flict with the time that any other church BndSn,a,,!s f:r"i for the last two years wishes to occupy, aud assist the diarrhea has bought a farm in Walden. in making out ineir programme if desired. ivcry one says in the memory of the There will be Christ,., .s.. rlUBb6 ""auuaiir, w never saw such a the M. E, church Saturday cveniiiff next. December. consisting oi responsive readings, Christ- If you want a very nice line of Christ mas hymns and carols, an address, ana a mas goods, just go into Shattuck'a. His Christmas tree. There will also be a store is full from one end to the other, of - i;c ouuuay aiternoon I al1 MIMS i suicaoie guts, and at reasona at the M. E. church. Beautifully nrinr.Pd ble prices. FSV?hf.tal'i,ne the exf cies will There is to be Christmas tree at the M. " i,ui:wugiBai.iuii Dotn tu. cuurcn Sunday evenin" On Satnrdav. Dp,, sum. i. - l.i-i.. r" - l,e,. " Journal, Chrfstmaa trP in tl, iws.f i. " " va.i m. Vw ... v..v ....J. LI.JU lllltl Members of the church and connrpo-ntiftn are especially notified t and all are most STOWE. cordially invited to make use of the tree I The people of the Branch are agitating and good-will and enjoy the social greet- tnat tlio milk of 400 cows could be re- ings or the eveniog. ceiveU. This move indicates enUrnrian in Hmf -n .! C -1 . a. . 1 I ...v..-, f,aiiui uic iow ii, ana is worthy CONCORD, BRUNSWICK, RED BEACH, SCOTCH, & ENGLISH GRANITES. y Designs furnished on application, ami esti mates given ou stone wort or ail ikiniis. tor par ticulars call on, or adiiress, HENRY K. MACK, HARDWICK, VT. fi. H. DOWNS' VEGETABLE BALSAMIC CADY'S FALLS. Last weeks thaw broke up the ice in the torV wis raUed la. ! river and the strong South wind last mensions beln ' 30ft rl 5? J' th,C Wednesday floated the ice to thft North " e "l&tfO feel W,lh b' rike & Robinson's sawmill and tub fac- di- base- side of the mill pond which effectually blockaded the flume to the grist mill and E. B. Heed's shop. The sufferers turnd out and after two days of hard labor with pike poles and axes the blockade was bro ken and the mills were allowed to resume business again. That elegant parlor stove that was seen moving so majestically up Portland street last Saturday was once the property of the former editor of the Citizen and its destination was Cady's Falls. We expect the ex-editor will raove here in the spring and start his contemplated religious news paper, the Cady's Falls Evangelist. Som sneak thief or thieves have robbed E. T. Vincent's henroost and the meanest of it all is, that not satisfied with a half dozeii or more hens and pullets, they must steal the head of the family of his feathered tribe and the few bipeds left are the widows and fatherless. This was foul business, and Oh ! that the good old days of the whipping post were revived. Mr. V. says the theft was committed by some one acquainted with his premises, and remembers of having a couple of hungry looking chaps at work for him only a lew days ago. They evidently had an eye open for one good Christinas dinner at least. The ills which flesh is heir to are more often due to impurities in the blood than is generally supposed. The purification of this vital fluid enables the system to ward off its worst enemies. There is no doubt that Hood's Sarsaparilla is one of the best blood purifiers in the world, and we feel confident that those who give it a trial will not be disappointed. 40 It a iure cure fol Coughs, Cold, Whooping-Ceagh, and all Lung Diseases, when taken in season. People die of consumption simp ly because of neglect, when the timely use of this remedy would have cured them at once. Fifty-one yeart of con stant use proves the fact that no cough remedy has stood the test like VoieHS' IBlixir. Price S5c S0t.nd81.(K) per botUa. For St! KTeryw'here. Wit 'tSSiSsHJ Dr. Baxter's Mandrake Will cure Jsundiee, Dyspepsia, Liver Comprint, Indigestion, and all diseses arising from Bil iousness. Price as eta. per bottle. for fcl. Krery whr. HENRY JOH SISOSI'S ARNICA 'AND OIL LINIMENT For Ma Beast. The most perfect liniment ever compounded. a ;c. and 50c. Mra Clan Wilt-:- tv . , ii rnuay evening , last, under the auspices of the faculty, act A B? dressed the students of Green Mountain fW Jjk Seminary at Waterbury Centre. 14 MA i Tlicsc instruments Esicel all OtiiQrs in tlicir thoroughness of construction, ami elabor ate niiisii. a ney are recogmzeu oy mechani cal anil musical experts as above all com parison in these respects. Tho Organs abound in musical effects, and their ioue .0 preieri-eu uy mosi musicians. Their Power is Remarkable, and their cases are of the most elaborate design UUU llUl&il. THE PIAITOS ! of tho most solid construction and create a strength, and of a most beautiful quality of lulu, uuu Litt: win 1 uiliai.l 111 IU11C longer than any other piano. Messrs. Geo. Wood & Co., would call attention to tne lollowmg points, 111 winch they feel confident their instruments will bo found 10 excel : 1st, Quality of Tone, ariety ot jr.xprcssion, 3d, Musical Kffects, 4th, Thorough Workmanship, 6lh, Elegant Designs aud Finish. Parties conteniplatimrBurchasinirairood instru ment nt a low price will do well to send for cata logue and price list. ENT5 Am also agent for The Light-Running Household Sew ing-Machine. Oils. Needles, and all kinds nf Machines. Old Machines clenned ftl.il rennireil at low prices. If yoip want anvthing in my line of business, give mo a trial, and bo convinced mat 1 mean wimt 1 say, J.H.WILSON. Morrisville. Vr. Lock Box 44. tf WINTER SHAWLS. American Wool Shawls, Scotch Wool Shawls, and Velvet Shawls. Wc also keep on hand an as sortment of the ECLIPSE SUSPEND EE ! Best in the Market ! 25 riECES FLANNEL SUITINGS. IX THE XEH SHAIIES. Go to O. W. REYNOLDS', at - Cambridge Boro? for your Holiday pres ents. A good assort ment, at reasonable prices. The Popular Shades in CASHMERES 1 SHOODAS We also have a good as sortment of DRY GOODS, One lot French Shoodos, 45 inches wide, at 50 cents per yard. Flush.es & Velvets. New Pieces Just Received. GROCERIES, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, that we are anxious to sell.' LADIES' and CHILDREN'S Merino Underwear. Bennington Scarlet Goods for Ladies and Gents. Remember that Mrs. E. 1, Pnricl. We continue to act MSoUcitow for Patents, Caveats, 1 1 i . , Trade Marks. OnDriMi5"i- -rui uniiea suites. uaa u uuiiu a larce niwrlitinnt r I r...,i. ..wi ci.nrf. france. Germanv. t. v ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION. gent's riy mouth and Saranac buck gioves ana mittens, also a line of la dies winter gloves. She mannf.inrm and repairs gloves and mittens to suit in uoui price ana quality of work. Her work proves itself. An exchange of farms by Orin Moody and Dan Cady has been consummated. juoouy payina Uady ?3,000 difference money. Mrs. Spear of the lower village, aired 83 years, died and was buried last week. Mrs. T. F. Barnes of Bloustown, Iowa, jurs. carrou uateg or D. T., and Mr. and Mrs. Ileury lUymond of Roches ter, Vt., are in town visiting Mrs. Barnes' mother. Mrs. Joseph Swasey accompa nied her to Waterbury, and we are told will remain In Vermont a3 her futnre home. Everybody is in full praise for the de lightful weather. We call special attention to "Wilcox Bros, large collection f Kalo-Meda and Japanese ware, to their Christmas curiosities, such as will be pleasing to friend and lover. Ladies and gent's slippers, ladies and misses mittens and ft thousand things both pleasing and useful. See and buy something from hnvA hnri tiii-ris years' experience. . , . . . . . ,,rh It a am m.linol I 1 n kntikio American. TliWlMW mi splendid 111ns trniiiiiu.i,i.... . 01.10a yeai'.showu the Vrmm ol Science, in vei lWit'1!?' F'd nas an enormous CircUlUllon. Address I aifnii, CHIIU-I- I M IT C!Hfn!rer5" T7-E, THE SUI5SCR1BERS, l.ercliy associate T V ourselves together as acorporntion, under the laws of the Statu ofVermont. tn lie Lnn. i,v the name of THE LAMOII.I.K i'-iti.isiuv": oujii-a. 1 , ior tne purpose of prnitinir and pul- lifthinjf h newspaper, dealing in stationery, and wing juu (jimiuiiK mm urli omcr worK anu oiini nCSS UH it lUirillent tn A nnu'Mnmui, ul.liniin,. ami II 1 1 ' I - . . - - h " I ' 1 I o...wii... t n.t.i ., kkO rS" Amkricav :it p.irt ii " PriiitniL' establishment, at Morriivillo and New York wHiviil about Parents free. ' "T''0 lrk, in the county of Lamoille, in said Hundred Dollars. rM00.001. divided into Filtv. x mo snnres oi one nunciren dollars eacn. Dated at Morrisville, this 25t3 day of Nov. 1881 CAKUOLI. 8. PAUE, iEO. W. II K SI) EE, Jj. II. LEWIS, 1IEXKV C. FISK. STATE OF VERMONT. ) Ofkice of Secretaht of State, t I hereby certify that the foreiroinsr is a true copy of the articles of association of The Lamoille riiMismnir company, dated November :tii. lsxi. as appears by the tiles and records of this ollicc. JN 1Y1TSKHH nilllHUC, 1 IH'l'PUIUO get my hand and alllx tho seal of this ollicc. 18EALJ at flioutpener, tins 2itn uay ot Movem- oer, ouu mousanu eigui. nuniirea anu eighty-one. CHARLES W. PORTER, Deputy Secretary of State. "WHITE AND COLORED PEARL NUBIAS. "WooV WoWvcYvy NEW DRESS BUTTONS. KEROSENE OIL, -A.T JOHNSON WOOL YARNS. Scotch Yarn for Mittens. 10 Cents For Gallon X D R. K. G. n hue s PULI0NARY JOB- j Coughs, Colds. Croup, Asthma, Whooiiin? ourii, Anil other IWS Afflictions. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Clergymen and publ'C ,(P"r will (ind li'hite's jrrva,llIu1etoallaj irritations of Thro"'' Chest, and Lungs. 1 For sale b 'l &edeT '" '"edicinesr Tho Stockholders of The Lamoille County National Bank of Hyde I'nrk are hereby noti fied that their annual meeting for tho choice of Directors, and the transaction of any other busi ness thought proper when met, Mill be held at their banking house in Hyde Park, on TUESDAY, JAN. loth, 1882, nt 1 o'clock in the afternoon. By order of the Directors, A. L. NOYES, Cashier. Hyde Park, Vt., Deo. 1st, 1881. .'ltd Buttoricls Patterns. December Sheets just received. BEE HIVE, Howard Opera House Block, . PECK BROTHERS, Burlington, - - - Vt. OUR MOTTO : Quick Sales and Small Profits. E. C. HEESEY c& CO., WHOLESALE Grocers, Flour, and Pro visions, H'oa. OI dc 4 Conmivrciitl St., PORTLAND, MAINE. J. C. ILISliril Y, ftuIeMiian. I CAIIIIOW BROS. HYDE Munufacturcrs of and Dealers in HARNESSES OF ALL KINDS. Wc also keen on hand a laree assortment of n r- n i i ninirn Whips, Blankets, Currycombs, fl, f, & W. 111. rAnfttn, jurusnes, uauers, surcingles, &c. &c, Ac. which wo will sell at reasonable prices. REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS Neatly mul Promptly Executed. 2tf Woloott, irt.