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TERMS: $1.50 in advance; other wise, $2.00. Xrwpaper lam. 1. Any mrsnn whn ...... ..t.. from the ofliee whether .lirecte.l to his name ur another s. or whether he lias subscribed or not is responsible for the navmeiit. 2. If a person orders his paper discontinued. He must pay all arrearages, or the publisher niav coiitinue to send it until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether the paper is taken from the office or not. 3. The Courts have decided that refusion to tnke newspapers and periodicals from the post offlee, or removing and leaving them uncalled lor, is prima ftu-ie evidence of fraud. BUSINESS CARDS. F. N. RAND &. CO., COMMISSION MERCH ANTS and Wholesale J Dealers iu Country Produce, Butter, Kges, Potatoes, Fruit, etc. No. 37 Locust Street, Haverhill, Mass. AUSTIN BELKNAP & SON. DE.VLEK3 in Cutter, Cheese, Beans and Pro visions. No. 55 Chatham St., Hostox Al'STIX ISELKSAP. K. W. HELKSAP. CHAS. A. RITTERBU3H. STEAM, Has, Water and Plum'iinsr Supplies Heating public buildmgs.residcuees, &:., by Walker Pratt's hot water heaters and Suincr worth'9 radiators a specialty. Agrent for A. L. A E. P. Cuss. Personal attcution to correspond ence, lewisto.n, JiE. C. W. DOTY. he market affords. Ice box and embaliiie MORRISVILLE, VT. 'sli pa Poiillrv.st II T. C. MORRILL. I for Call Ssins, iides. Eggs II. Elmore's. and Morris vi lle, vt Dr. J. A. ttOBINSON, iKNTAI. SURGEON'. MORRISVILLE, Vt. TVetli extracted with OBTrxno, harmless, and nearly Painless. Crown, Driilije and l.t't. Plate Work and Fiuc Fillings are Sfeciai.tii it D VL F. H. DEMINC, EN' riST. Graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.) ii Church St., Ilurlington Oihoe hours, 8 to 12 a. m., 1.30 to o p. in. J- F "aits? WILSON, D. D. S. (Successor to Dr. Peck.) SDental Rooms, - - Main Street. (Work Warranted.) Johnson, VL, A. COOPER, M. D. IIYSICI AN AND SCBUEOX, Main Street. HYDE PARK, Oilice Hours, S to 9 a.m., 12 to 2 r.M. VT SHAW & ROBB, IvK.VLERS IN' Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music f and Musical Merchandise of all Descrip tion. AM rdcrs for Piauos, Organs and Tuning promptly aitenuea to. ST. joussbcrv, T. E. E. FOSTER, rAXUFACl'i'KEU and Dealenn all KindB of Marble A Granite. Work Guaranteed s (, and pricesas Portland street Low as anv in Vermont Morrisville.Vt. V. W. JEWETT, TV' VLEll in wagons ol all kinds: one and M.. two horse lumber ami express wagons, on --ies, etc. ironwork and repairing done to ui-icr, aiso tiorse suoeiiit'. Give him a call. Morris vi lle, Vt. W. M. SMITH Dr.. A L t K IN Italian and American Marble, all kinds of Granite; Monuments, Head- laoieis, ic. -enmtery work neativ exe cute I, ordors promptly Ulled. Cambridge", Vt. ors. E. J. HALL & E. H.JOHNSON, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. OluVc hours until 9 A. M.; from I to .t and 6 to 8 V. M. vm-iK i ir. uairs residence, Morrisville.Vt. Business Notices. tices inserted in this column at tho cent- perbj no notice inserted for less than !.;. Kiveccu: per line each subsequent in- N.i Starr's Drive Tobacco is increased in weight. Every dealer has it. Given Away. 1 blil. Flour, 3 lbs. Tobacco ani 1 lb. Tobaf-o. Ilavino- made arrangements with a large to paeco company for ft special brand and. to introduce the same, I will give Apr. , next, to the party bringing me lar? gest number of tags taken from this to bacco I bbl. flour ; second, 3 lbs. to bacco ; third, 1 lb. tobacco. For par ticulars, call. W. C. Maxfield. The executive committee of the MorriavUle Poundry Company will receive proposals during the next week for the erection of a building on their site in Morrisville, Vt. Said building is to be 30 by 43 feet, two stories high and constructed of wood. Work to commence at once. Plans and specifications will be found at A. M. Churchill's, to whom all bids ghould be delivered. A. Churchill, Frank Kenfield, vCom. C. K. Leach, The annual meeting of the society connected with the Congregational church is to be held on Monday eve ning of next week. J. A. Bundy finishes work for C. II. Slocum this week, having been en gaged by the new foundry company, to take charge of the work at tne shops. Our mail from the west now arrives at 6.45 a. m. instead of at noon, and from the east it arrives at about the same time as before. The express both east and west has not been ma terially changed. The annual meeting of the fire dis trict is to be held on Monday evening Jan. 7th. The principal business to be done is to elect officers and vote a tax to the payment on the ten new hydrants put in last fall. Rev. I. I Booth, of Northfield, was in town last week for the purpose of officiating at the marriage of Mil ton Boardman, and Miss Bertie Spaul ding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Spaulding. We extend congratula tions. The new foundry conranv is now fully organized and officers chosen. All will unite in wishing success and an increased business to attend the new company, which at an early date u to take hold of the foundry business and push it with a vim. The present buildings will be remodeled and added to in the spring. The ladies' industrial society of the Longrcsialional church held its annual meetiug at the vestiy last Friday af ternoon, iurs. L-yren Josivn was chosen President ; Mrs. G. V. Hen dee, Vice President ; Mrs. N a fiord, Treasurer; Mrs. S. II. Phelps, Sec me members votett to uoiil lueir sup pers and circles at tne vestry once in four weeks, instead of once in two weeks, and the ladies to furnish rc rresumenls lor tnese occasions are now divided in sets of six instead of four. Whereas, Our Heavenly Father, in His in scrutable providence, so unlike what seemed to us nest, iiiu, on tne --'-'d (lay oi jci., it, remove from our earthlv lodjre. to a home uot made with hands eternal in the heavens, our long honored and trusted brother, Charles M. Peck, and Whereas, We his Masonic brothers of lit Vernon Lodse desire to express our personal sorrow and extend to his domestic circle, our fraternal sympathy. Therefore, Regolredi That in the untimely death of our brother, who bail with sueli lidelity and acccp Uuiee to all idled the hiehest offices in the pint of the lodsc, we have sunered an irreparable lo The designs of his life were not perfected and yet he has left us a most eminent example of Masonic inteerity. nuntv and honor. And that we can best honor him by clterishin? the meniorv o! Ins lite anil character, "lruly the last enu ol a goon man is peace." Resolved, T&t the world has lost a strong. safe and honest genuine morality and practical cnnstian, ami his own lamuv a uusuanu, lamer and brother, the meniorv of whose considerate care, gentleness and love can "never, never die Resolved, That while we may not enter the snored circle ot his sorrowing kindred, we can, iit do extend to them iraternal sympathy and tenderness, and with them look forward to a re union when "the reproach ot his people shall be taken away and death shall be twallowed up iu viciorv." JUsolped, That the secretary be ordered to set apart in the rcconls or the lodge a mourning pace u memory ot our urother and to record therein hese rv-soiutinns, and to furnish a copy for pub iration, and tint a cuiuinitteu be annotated to leliver a copy of the record hereof under Uie seal of the lodge ta Mrs, Peck. f. K. tiLEED, 1 C. W. Fitch, ! Com. Austin Wilkins. J )' LOCAL NEWS. MORRISVILLE. F. C. Page returned to Boston on Tuesda-f Martin Waite is in town from Wor cester, Mass. Charles Moulton is doing harness work at his house on Union Street. . A meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held with Mrs. D. K. Hickok on Tues day afternoon. J. A. Bandy started for Worcester, Mass.', this morning on n yisit to his daughter, Mrs. Gray. I. A. White and family spent Christ mas at Monkton. There were four generations present. : The W. H. T. M. will hold their next meetins at Mrs. D. K. Ilickok's on Thursday, Jan. 3, at 3 p. m. iTed Kodgers ami nis cousin re- turped to Med field, Mass., last week, after a visit of several weeks in town. F,dwin Spiller, accompanied by his father and mother, went to lirockton, Mas., last week on a visit to rela tives. Mrs. Charles Hadley and her two children were made quite sick one iiisht recently bv the escape of coal gas. i-' The New Year was ushered in by l,hc ringing of the Church and Acad emy bells for the first five mintitrs o the ref ear. 1 The steam pue anyer at work on tne ioumtaiion ror lue new engine house attracted considerable attention the depot on Monday. The prudential committee and audi tors of the fire district will meet Jlendee & Fisk's office next Saturday evening to abate taxes. The ladies? sid society of the Meth pdist church meet at their vestry on Fiijay afternoon. The Sunday schoo connected with that church was re organized by the Sunday school board on Monday evening. 1 Card. Dr. Johnson has come to Morrisville to remajn and will atten to the practice of medicine and surg irv. ns the nublic mav reouire. He r j i i is'ihorouahly informed apd altertiv to the wants of his patients. He will occupy my office and will attend to all calls, day or nlgnt. Kespeciiuiiy, J. Hall. Christmas was observed "at th II 2thodi3t churches at thia place and fcfmore and in ihe distribution of gift3 the pastor and family were generous Jy remembered. A handsome purse pf money was presented here and a Klmorc a purse of $30 was placed i the ha. ids of the minister. Mr. Puff er and family extend hearty thanks to all the donors. V are nleased to note the indica lions of continued prosperity M. $ D. W. Shaw, of L sous of i. u Shaw, of this place. A repent circu bir iusl received announces the pur nU-iK hv them, in company with the of the Bank of Morillo located at Morillo, Iowa, having capital of 225,000. The purchasers are now in possession. HYDE PARK. Catholic fair at the American House Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday eve nings of next week. The week of prayer will be observed in tins place next week ; services every evening except Friday and Saturday. Wm. Page and his sons-in-law, F. P. Keeler and V. E. Clement, have bought a farm in Cambridge, near Waterville village. They take possession at once. We are glad to have them return to La moiile County. W. G. Leach of this place went to St. Albans one day last week. Before start ing lie invested iV cents in an accident ticket. At tt. Albans be fell in the de pot, sustaining severe injuries, lie will draw 1-5 per month while laid up. The seventh annual meeting of the Campbell Reunion Society will be held witn Mr. aim airs, treorge uampoeii on Saturday, January 10, 1SS9. It is ex pected that every member will be pres ent that possibly can. Per Order Com. masquerade atfd a sheet and pillow case party for the benefit of the band will be field at the Town Hall on i- ntlay evening of this week. There will also be other attractions. Admission, for maskers, five cents ; all others 10 cents. Everybody go. In quoting liquor laws in our last issue relating to duties of Selectmen, we did not misstate the law but did misstate the book in which it might be found. Instead of referring to sec. 379 i of re vised laws we should have referred to the acts of '8-, page 54, No. 4. The Crowell family had-a reunion at Almon Crowell's Xew Year's day. The number present was very large and it was a very happy occasion. Mr. Crowell paieu neither time or money to mate the event a pleasant one. It is the tirst time for many years that so many of the ramily have gaihereu together. Arrangements have been completed for a lecture by Ex-Gov. Cuiaback of Indiana at this place Thursday evening next. Jan. 10. Mr. Cumback is an orator of national reputation, and this i3 a rare chance tor our people to hear Jam at their owu home. Subject will be an nounced next week. Admission, S cts. The new time-table which went into effect Monday may be an accommoda noil iu me liuiiuau iieome, uul iui uuu- lic good, especially concerning man la- cuities, it 13 tar lrom convenient. Tne morning tram' linnets but uttfe mail, and what formerly reached here at noon does not arrive now until the next monnng Mail from Boston gets here some twelve hours earlier than that trom Burlington The year :SS is gone. We ihall never again see another 'fea in the year s oalen dar; snail probably never again see such a concatenation of weather tan trums; shall never experience such wetting of autumn months, rain pouring down lorty days out ot the ninety ; neve such jumping from warm to cold and mill to tv:irn at. the verv esLra of winter. Strange 'yuar it has been ; a phenominal year, eveiuieiess un regiei us uepai t me. ' A circular from the general passenger department of the St". J. ic L. C. road says that " Boston & Maine or Boston & Lowell mileuge tipkets (except the oOu luiie iieKeis issueu oy uie uosion tx Low ell Li. It., Vt. i)iv.) will not be accepted on the Lake road after Jan. 15, but new ones will be issued at the usual price for tins road only ana win not be tiansiera bie. uid mileage tickets can' be re deemed at Boston, St. Johnsbury, Hyd rark and iiornsvilie. East Berkshire claims to be the tyeet est town in Vermont, because mon than 1,000,000 pounds of maple sugar have been shipped west from that point during JM. 4- hat a probably correct if sugar is an that goes to make up sweet ness. But if it is not, we know of main young gentlemen who think this town is well up toward the head in the " sweet" procession, all because of the abundance of good-natured, ' sweei young ladies within its borders. Thev are not will ing to yield the palm to East Berkshire or any otner towu on uiau point. PkxcjlinijS. Shoot the isss calendar Annual meeting ot the pew-ow uer of Union church occurs next Saturday at 1 p. W. . . .tiociable at the vestry this (Wednesday) evening llow do those resolutions "pan out"? ihe grist mill in connection with the dressing mi is being put in running order Var- lium liovd ha3 removed to Lden. . . .TI number iu attendance at Randall's .ew Year's ba was 10 couples -ine new snviniTs hank will elect its officers Jan ArtnniPV I'.riirham and eX-lRlll aent Bennett called on Commissioner Atkins Monday Bert Spicer goes to Hardwiek soon to engage in a lumbering job. ...Frank Thomas is again woikii .in the railroad Dr. Betty's house i iiiwUrliill Center was sliirhtlv damagf hv tire Kundav of last week Mrs. W ( L Maxlield's sister from Lowell, Mass is visiting in town 1'hjlip Lal'age o Dakota, is pi town yi.-piug MS parents JOHNSON. Tha M. E. church held a watch meet ing Monday night. The M. K. Sabbath school elected for Superintendent, Mr. Stebbins; for assis tant, George Part low. After an absence of eight weeks, Kpv. A. A. Smith and wife are expected home on Thursday. Mr. Stebbins, son of our new towns man, occupied the desk at the M. E. church last Sunday. Mr. Stebbins, lately of Eden, has moved into the hous in Perkinsville va cated by Sandford Kenfield. Miss Julia Galusia, of .tTericho, a Nor mal graduate of last June, is spending a lew uays at lr. Woodward s. Kev. Mr. Elliot, of Waterbury, agent oi tne Vermont HibTe Society, preached at Normal Hall last Sunday morning and evening; also addressed the Baptist Sun- aay senooi at noon. The following officers were elected by the Congregational Sabbath school last Sunday: Supt.. B. L. Austin; assistant. Prof. Campbell; Sec. Persis Sanborn; Treas., Lyman Jones; Librarian, H. S. Waters. L. C, J. E.. B. C. and W. I. Hall wish to express their thanks and heartfelt gratitude to their friends and neighbors for their kind assistance and sympathy in the sickness, death and burial of their mother. Fifteen years ago, Philo Davis, then 38 years old. took a low rate premium life policy in the Equitable New York; ton tine period of 15 years. Last week he took up the cash value, receiving more money than he had paid. Mr. Davis ex presses unqualified SHtisfaction in the re sults ot his policy, but regrets that he did not take a high rate fifteen year en dowment, which has yielded all monies paid in and 0 per cent, simple interest. u ith no taxes, less S10 on a $1000 policy The sudden death of Charles T. Sabin last Monday called W. G. Andrews and hi- wife, the eldest daughter of Mr. S.. to Montpelier the next day, where they are at this writing. Mr. Nathan McFar land. who for CO years has lived in this vicinitv, has now survived both his sons. Hubert W. and Mr. Sabin. Mrs. An drews' entire married life, one-tenth that time, has been spent, with us. Her fa ther's death is her tirst great domestic jjrief. The high esteem in which both her grandfather and herself are held by the many who know them in this county have caused many expressions of sym pathy and quite a general feeling of sad ness in this neighborhood. The third lecture of Dr. Campbell's course will be given on Friday even ing, Jan 4. commencing at the usual time. This is to be the closing lecture and will be a description of the things he saw and the recital of some of his adven tures from Mt. Shasta, where we left him at the close of his last lecture, to Washington Territory and thence home. We have enjoyed the two previous lec tures very much, have been entertained and instructed, amused and frightened, and astonished by the descriptions of the wonderful things seen and experienced by him. And it now eclipses our im agination to be told the most wonderful things that .he saw, the greatest dangers that hn faced, the greatest hardships en dured and the greatest pleasure ei jo ed were seen and experienced during the tinn covficd by this lecture. Can he tell us more wonderful things than he has? Come and see. Following is a list of l ho subjects of the lecture ; Oregon and Washington Territory ; the Colum bia river and its fisheries; I'ugct .sound; Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and Victoria; grand mountains and glaciers ; the North ern Tactile railroad, its tunnels and witch-back; Yellowstone ParK; hot springs and geysers; spirit and bravery of our nation's defenders; the military guard; the Yellowstone and canons; Mount Wivshburne; petrified trees; the Bad Lauds" of Dakota; ranches and cow hoys; the wheat fields of Montana; Minneapolis and Lake Minnetouka; Chi cago, Niagara, Boston, home. at CAM3RIOCE. Ered Willey recenUv had the misfor tune to sprain his wrist. 1'cv. Alvah S, Ilobart, of Toledo, was in town recently, the guest of his father, Charles Ilobart. Mrs. D. K. Stevens Is visiting her par- uts, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Waite, prepara tory to a J Mirnry to hor husband at V:ih!nrtoii Territory. Uev. .1. E. Bo wen was called to Milton iturday to preach the funeral sermon r Mrs. Ward, who devised $5,000 to the Methodist church in that place, the inter- st on the sum named is to be applied on the pastor's yearly salary . Bev. Willi Marshall, of Fletcher, was present at the watpli meeting AJonuay veiling and preacheq trom tne text Take us the foxes, the little foxes that spoil the vines, for our vines haye tender gropes." A rnnaway was occasioned Monday by horse being fiihteuud by one of the gular trains. The occupants of the eigh, a gentleman and lady, were soon einstated, not, however, until they had oppoilunitv of testing Franklin s sage dvice in regard to the benefits of a brisk walk. The Sleigh was slightly damaged. At the Q. A. H. hall Monday evening n impromptu spread was bad. Oysters were served on the new chjna at the exr ense of the newly elected olUcers. A ublic banquet under the auspices of st 10 is to be held at the American Monday evening. Music may be expec ted trom the Daughters of Veterans. STOWE. We have but little snow on the ground and the roads are fearfully rough for pleasure wheeling. Mr. Josiah Stone is again about the streets, bavins been laid hv for several days with rheumatism and other troubles. The marriage of Mr. Jesse Loomis and Miss Mary Corse took place at the M. E. parsonage on Thanksgiving Day. Kev. Mr. Douglass performing the service. Truman B. Smith, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. A. If. Slayton, went to Rut land last week. Mrs. Slayton will there remain awhile with her sister, Mrs. Howe. The Sunday evening song and social service at the M. E. church is being largely attended, and apparently much interest is felt in the advancement of the christian work. Dr. Don. D. Grout has received from Gov. Dillingham the appointment as one ot tne nustees tor the location, erection, and management of the new insane asy lum. It is quite a lift for the Doctor and no doubt he will aquit himself honorably and for the interest of the state. That each tax-payer may judge intelli gently how to vote on the coming rail road question we give below without comment the enabling act in full : "H. Xo. CO. An mt to authorize the towns of Morristown, Stowt', ami Waterbury to aid in the roiistrui tion of a railroad." The towns of Morristown, Stowe, ami Wa terbury are hereby severally authorized to raise by tax on the Grand List of eaeh respec tive town a sum not exceeding 50,000 dollars or any part of said sum, aw any Haiil town may direct, to he appropriated to aid in buildinjr the Mount Mansfield Railroad, either by subscription for stock or otherwise, as such towns mav bv vote severally direct. Sec. 1. Hie Selectmen of the said several towns shall on application by petition of ten leal voters ot such town call a meetimr of such town for the purpose contemplated hv the preceding Section within fifteen days after the presentation of said petition, and any tax raised in pursuance thereof shall be made out and collitted in the same manner as other town taxes are made and collected. Sec. 2 n henever any money shall he raised bv tax for the purpose contemplated hv this act and paid into the treasury of tho respective towns before mentioned, it shall he the duty of the Treasurer to pay the same on the order of tne selectmen ol sueti town to any authorized airent of the Railroad Company building the ranronu mentioned m the hint (Section ot tins act ; and any monev so paid out ninv, if such town shall so direct at a meeting aforesaid or at any other legal meeting of such town, he paid as a subscription to the capital stock of saui Kailroad I ompany, and the said several towns are hereby severally authorized hv vote to subscribe for, receive, hold, dispose of. the name and right of the town, anv number of shares of such capital stock thus by them severally owned and held. Sec. 3. This act shall take effect from its passage. Sec. 4. FLETCHER. Rev. Henry Crocker will preach in Binghamville next Sunday at the usual hour. The school in district No. ',) Is closed for the present ou account of the teach er's severe illness. Highland Leach has taken the farm of his brother, A. L. Leach and has posses sion. Allien has moved into M. B. Hoop er's 1ioue at the Center. Mr. Hooper is doing a large business in the manufacture of sugar tubs. He also runs a good sized dairy farm and a blacksmith shop. GTJURIJSTt'S Moi'risville, Vermont. mso. ir. Boston, Ga Store, NORTH CAMBRIDGE. A large business is being done this ' winter on the Jewett and Weed wood . , , . Tt . I I , lots, lumoeriug. jnanes nan nas the white ash for scythe-snaths, which he gets out for tho Bellows lalls market, and ships by the car load. The other timber is being cut and skidded for the Buck Brothers and J. C. Reynolds. When the snow will admit, work will be lively at the wood lot. Mr. Reynolds will handle the hemlock and spruce at his mill and tho bard wood will be sent to Cambridge Junction. WOLCOTT. J. Albert Dow, who has been absent for four months, returned last Saturday night. The sociable that was. to be held at F. N. Harris' this week Saturday evening is adjourned one week. Prof. Elmore will commence a term of dancing schools here on Saturday evening of this week, at Dow's hall. W. W. Cate is building an addition to his steam mill. This is the fourth, and Will says he is going to keep along until he gets to Hardwiek. There will be an oyster and chicken pie supper at the M. E. church on Friday evening, Jan. 4, for the benetlt of Rev. W. E. Allen. All are cordially Invited. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Miles' little boy, Elmer, was buried in our cemetery on Monday. He died on Saturday. The funeral services were held in the Univer salist church. Rev. Geo. Wells officiating, assisted by Rev. W. E. Allen. Sixty couple attended Dow's Christmas ball and enjoyed one of Dow's best sup pers and a very civil time. And, by the way. a better hotel cannot be found iu the Lamoille valley than the Wolcott House, so says the traveling public. There will he a public installation of the officers of Mineral Lodge and Crystal Chapter at their lodge rooms on Tuesday evening, Jan. S. Supper will be served at Dow's hotel for 7.1 cents ner counle : iftcr which Prof. Elmore will furnish music at the Hotel hall for all who wish to remain and shake the lijht fantastic. ' There will ba a public installation of the newly elected ollicers of Foster Post No. 5o, G. A. It., and of Foster W. R. C., No. -lb", at Redlleld Hall .Saturday even ing, Jan. 12. After the. installation exer cises a box party will be held in the hall. Everybody is invited, and to bring a well filled box. JEFFERSON VI LLE . Fred Mefendy is stopping at Clark Hapgood'Sr Mrs. Greene, or' Danville, Is stopping with her son, II. W. Varnum. Friends fiorn Essex and Jericho have been visiting at Albert Bellows'. Mamie Flagg, who has been having a vacation, returned to her school on Monday. Mr. Parsons, te eyangehst. Is to com mence a series ot meetings at this place January 23, to continue 10 days. Mrs. C. B. Wetherby, Mrs. Qslev, and Lee Stearns are on t,he sjck fist. Laura Burnharn js gaining siowly, and S. E, Stinehoiir is able to be about. Oscar Atwood, Mrs. McFarland. W. W. Griswold, and D. C. Griswold, with their wives, went to Montpelier last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Chas. Sabin. Rev. Mr. Merrill, Secretary cf the State Missionary society, gaye a dlsoourse on Sunday In' regard to this work, and at its close a collection was taken up for ih' cause. The Christmas tree on Monday evening was well Ulled with presents for old and young, llie exercises consisted of a responsive reading interspersed with sing ing. On the same evening there was a large gathering at J. W. Greene's, and Tuesday one at A. A. Ilawley's. The following officers haye been elect ed by the Sunday bohool for the year en suing: bupt., A. 'C. Griswold; Asst. Supt.," G. D. Lease; Treas., II. W. Var num; Sec, Nellie Griswold; Librarian, Carrie Carroll ; Asst. Librarian. Joe Wat kins; Musjcal Director, Qscar Atwood, Remember the box party at the Town Hall, Thursday evening of thia week. Let there be a large attendance, remem bering that each lady is to bring a box furnished with enough for two. There will be several literary exercises jn con nection with it. CRAFTSBURY, Don Andrus is at home on a vacation. E'mer Strattou has got settled in his new home. Collins & Kinney expect to start their new mill this week. Ruben Marshall has moved back to A. R. Garvin's for the winter. Horace Rawsou has bought a house and lot of J. C. Allen for 7.30. Frank Smith, one of our" oldest inliabr itants, died Satirday, Dec'. 22. Aniory, Davison & Son, who have been in company selling cattle, haye retq rued home. A good delegation from this town attended the Christmas ball at Dow's Hotel, Wolcott, the 2-jDIi. The M. E. and CousrT Sabbath School celebrated Christmas Monday evening at Town Hall with appropriate services and Christmas trees. Taylor tit Hoyt haye sold (.he steam mill in the west part of this towu to J. E. D,avisqn and lingene Pike, possession given April 1st, 1SS9. II. C. Miller has bought Horace Raw son's residence at the South Village with the intention ot making it his future home. Consideration, 91500. Oliver M. Litch has sold his property at Mill Village, to T. M. Galaghur taking the rerd estate and James Leavitt, at the village, the goods hi the store. Mr. Lea vitt will soon open a full fine of Mdse, in the new block. ELMORE. ,T. Vt'. Tift, Sr. has rented and moved upon Norman (.'amp's farm recently in possession of W. E. Colby. The school meeting last Monday night was well attended, nearly every voter in the dis trict being present. The articles of the warn ing were the same as the preceding meeting deciding illegal. 'T M. Harris, was again elivted clerk and Geo. K. Town agent for the district. I'pon the question of location the district again approved the choice of the lo cating committee, the Griswold lot, by a vote of 21 to -A, three ladies voting. They also voted the cost of house, foundation, lot and furniture should not exceed JfSOO. Much in terest and some spicey talk was manifested. Another profitable Leaguemeetingoceurred last Saturday evening. The subject for dis cussion was. "Resolved, that tobacco is more injurious to healt h than intoxicating drink." For the affirmative, Geo. R Town; for the negative, F- E. Moore: volunteers, Aff., L. B. Richardson nul "vil. Maoris; X;;g., L. L. Camp and O. J. Scott. The question was de cided in favor of negative by hoard of decision. This was followed by an essay by Mrs. David Douglass, selections, declamations, etc. Next meeting Saturday evening, Jan. 12. Let each one do his part to aid this work which has so greatly beuelited the-communit.y. Mrs. Geo. Smith, who is now stopping in Elmore, spent the merry Christmas with her parents in Stowe. There she met her brother. Bert E. Buzzed, and wile from New Hampshire. Bert has of late married and settled iu New Hamp shire. His many friends wish him much joy and happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Buz- zell presented all their children with many rich and valuable Christmas pres ents. Bert and his wife furnished excel lent music. A bountiful table was spread. Many thanks and good wishes are ex tended to Mr. and Mrs. Buzzell from their children for the many presents received and the hearty good time. 18 8 9. Now that the Holiday trade is over, we commence our Third Annual ark Down Sale M horses Albert EAST HARDWICK. George Lamed has received six from Boston. George Cole has let the hotel to Fort. Otis Hovey who has been in town through the holidays, has returned to Dartmouth. G. L. Johnson and George Lawrence have sold the Warner farm for 1300 hut reserve 50 acre3 of wood land. NORTH HYDE PARK. Leander Eastman's daughter is dangerous ly sick. The widow of the late Ephraim Foss is very sick. E. W. Prior and wife are visiting in Cam bridge. Bert Newton has returned to hiH business in Worcester, Maswai-husel ts. Geo. Hubbard has 'removed to Edtin Mills; engaged to work far Buck & Whiting. Kldcr West will preach at the old church next Sabbath evening at half past six. Charles Welch took a fivinir trin to Eden on Christmas day. While in the Garden his horse from some cause became unmanageable and what was left of horse and sleigh is not yet fully reported up to date. The ruins Hcemed like the path of a young cyclone. LOWELL. (,'hauncy Cutting and wife of Massachusetts- are the guests of 1). It. Pierce. John liatey and wito have returned to their wftHtern home. Frankie Holmes has gone to Stowe to live with her father, A. F. HolmH Hum V Iliilin li.in grH 1; ' Ml I nrl. U'f fllClU to Wm. Page of V.'indoski. Piaitia (Wood) Fotiteraiid husband of Fair field were visiting relativee-m town the past i-ck. Why Will irou worry about that palpitation ot the heart and lay awake nights thinking of that terrible feeling of numbness which you often experience in your arm and limb.- rnese symptoms with many others warn you of a condi tion of the circulation that you cannot afford to have become more serious. Anti-Apoplectine (against APopxy) is a remedy that wijll relieve these symptoms and cure paralysis, rheumatism, heart disease, liver, kidney and bladder trou bles, mce ?i at your druggists, s BucMen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, ana posi tively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Vriee 23 couts per box- For sale by A. Q- Gates. Notice to Advertisers. The reg ular advertisers in the News and Citizen will confer a favor upon us by sending in their change in advertise ments so that they reach us not later than Mondays. We are vf.iliiug to change advertisements'' as often as dcsireiL but must insist tUt they be sent in by the above day to insure change tho same week. BOMN. HARDWICK. Peck, of Hurlington, Is at D. W. Qn se- I rs. Aixen Quite a number attended the. New Year's ball at Hyde l'ark. Mrs. S. J. Hh:n:n.in has "one. to Rut, I Iap.d to visit he) daughter Jennie. O. Ij. and Sam Wheeler are hoth the sick list, and many others haye veie cuius, There Is to be a donation visit at Mrs. Tlmiinis Jan. 18 for the benefit of liev. A- Drown ; A. W. Davison was at home over Sun day, and George Kent has been at home through tbe holidays. The change in the railroad time gives us only one lioston mail a day. Mail goes east at i;.3'4 a. m. and west at 5.13. The primary , school is closed ou ac count of the canker-rash, the whole being exposed by Ilarry yhlpmau heiug taken sick with U in the school room. It was thought best to close the school for a eouple of weeks. At the town meeting last week-Wednesday it was voted to raise $1.75 on the dollar, with the usual 4 per cent, dis- count if paid iu 90 days. The attendance was large, (uot over a dozen) showing the great interest taken. There were no ollicers to be elected. EDEN. Mr. Augustus Adams js heftpr and will no doubt l)e out agidn soon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheelook were pre Rented with triplet daughters Dec. 17. Two of the babes have since died. The Christmas exercises at the Corners on Christmas evening were well attended. The trees were tilled. Santa Claus, with his little wile, were present, and five tiny House lor thepr Use was a pleasant feature on the stage. Many valuable gifts were distributed. Small purses for Iev. O. Sterling and IJev. Mr. Harris were found among the fruits of these wonderful trees. A sadness pervaded our community when word passed from one to another, that Frank Warren was dead. Decease was the only son of Calvin D. and Annette Warren, aged about 21 yeais. He was a young man of noble traits of character ; beloved as a teacher, a pupil or compan ion ; a worthy member ot Ifiden Lodge No. Q9, I. O. of Q. T-, and will be Sadly missed by its members. The afflicted parents have the sympathy of all iu this dark hour. All of the merchants who advertise with us reDort trood sales during the holiday season. There is nothing like letting the public know that you are in business, and the best way to so do is through the local newspaper. The best family weekly newspaper in the United States is the Tut f do lilade. They invite every reader of this paper to send lor a free pecimen copy. It is one of the largest and best dollar papers pub lished. See advertisemeut elsewhere. NORTH WOLCOTT. C. W. Boyntun is sick, Wallace Davis stuck a nail Into his foot and Is off duty now. It Is a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Eras tus Crowell, born Dec. 27. The next gift party will he at Mrs. Twiss' on the evening of Jan. . There was a fall house at the CbrUt- mas tree, and the usual amount of nrcs- eut. H. I,. Miller has bought a place in viaiusuuiy vuiage rum intends to move tips weel;. liio presents supposed to have been lost at the Christmas tree were fo mill in the store the next day, never having been ocui iu uie, Liee. WHEELOCK. In Eilcn, Dec. 17, 1SSS, triplet daughters to Mr. and Mrs. 1'rcd Vtheelock. MAR HIED. LAWEKXGE MERIuLL. In Walla Walla, W. x.. Oct. 23, ISsS, by liev. H. W. Uagun, W.J. Eawreiiee, of Minneapolis, Minn,, and Mrs. Louisa Merrill, of Walla WalU. QROUT PKCIv-At the residence of E. L. War- ren, swaiiimi, i., uec. zi, isa, ay ituv. r.. o. liauslow, Ira D. Urout and Marion II. reck, bopi of Wolcott. BOAROMAN-. SPAULDIXU In Morristown, llco, 2o. IMS, by Rev, 1. 1". Booth, at the resi dence of the bride's parents, Milton II. lloanl uiiiu and Albertie I. SpaulJins, allot' Morris town. SMITH C HOOKER. In North Hyile Park, Dec. 18i, at the home of the bride, by Uev. Ueo. Sterling, Gustin ii. Smi-b cf Otinton, Mass., ami Mettie A., iluugltei' of James C Crocker of No. Hyde l'ark. DIED. WARREN. In Wntcrville, Dec. 31, lass, of diph Uieria, Frank (!. Warren, only son of Calvin D. and Annette Wairen of Eden, aged 21 years. McKINSTRY. In Wolcott, Dec. 23, 1SS3, Nancy OL. McKinstrv, daughter of Wallace A. and Julia A. McKinstry, aged 17 years, 1 mouth, anil 25 days. Dearest sister, thou hist left us, Here thy loss we deeply leel, I$m 'tis CJoil that has bcrelt us, lie can all our sorrows heal. Yet again we hope to meet theo, When our days of life are tied. Then m heaven with joy to greet thco, Where no farewell tears are shed. Although our Christmas trade has been nnich larger than usual, we can still supply you with almost anything iu our line at PRICES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION. a new E S ! Vye expect soon to receive a new and large stock ol OF fall & wmrn. For the want of room, We Must Close Out These Goods before we can display our New Spring Stock, and shall offer indisputable bargains for the next few days in Dress Goods, Shawls, Cloaks, Fur Muffs, Toques, Underwear, Hosiery, &c. Have 30 or 40 Ladies and children's Outside Garments left, and have decided to sacrifice at once. Geo. K. Currier, Morrisville. I WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR. And extend to j ou my thanks for past patronage. If iu our trade in the past you have discovered that I have charged you more than the market price, or have misrepresented to j'ou, please to call ou me and have the matter adjusted. I have to offer now the Largest Stock of Goods I have ever had. FU R N ITU R E i'1 a" its branches. A very Large Stock and variety of IMPORTED CROCKERY by the piece or set (I keep none of the gaudy American Crockery, that will crackle in a short time). A fine line of Library lamps. Glass Ware and Mirrors. A Full Line of All-Wool TAPESTRY and BRUSSELS n A "DPTTTQ and cheaper grades. Best quality OIL CLOTH Uxxill Jj0. SMYRNA RUGS AND MATS, CURTAINS and Carpet Sweepers? NEW DAVIS & NEW DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES, Small Hardware, Doors, Sash ani Blinds, White Lead, Zinc, and Mixed PAINTS. 3 ? a" Kinds, Varnishes, Brushes, Artists' Paints, &c. The Largest Lino of WALL and CEILING PAPERS in town, and a man to hang them. For the next Ten Days I will offer you the best White Back Paper at 12 cents per double roll to close out about 1000 rolls. Also a few Big BARGAINS IN CARPETS to close out; some remnant patterns. Boys and Girls' Sleds and Skates and Traverse Spring Beds. Mattrasses of all kinds, Comforters, Geese Feathers. The largest stock of Undertak ing Goods in this section, and a great many other goods, all of which will be sold for Cash or on the Installment Tlan or for Wood or Grain, but lo Running Accounts. I Don't Keep Books ! Main Street, Morrisville, January i, 1889. Christmas and New"Years are gone, but we are here and are here to stay, an,d You a good line of' Dress Goods in Flannel & Worsted, Underwear of All Grades, Boots and Shoes and Rubbers, Lumberman's Foot-wear, Groceries and Provisions of all kinds, including Granulated Meal, Wheat Germ, Buckwheat, and another lo,t o,f the Zephyr Flour, all of which will be sold; at right prices. 13L. IE3. HVETJISrSOiT, HORRISVIIXE, - VERMONT. A Sfe! Inwa stment Is one which is Ku.'iraiit.eed to briiiR you satisfactory results, or iu case of fail ure a return of purchase price. On this sale plan you can buy from our adver tised druggist a bottlt; of Or. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It is guar anteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any affection of throat, lungs or chest, such as consumption, inflammation of lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping-, cough, croup, etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at A. O. Gates' drug store. 1 W A T C II which will he sold Very Low For Cash. lie wise and huy your Watches ol n legitimate dealer. My Library of PAPER-COVERED BOOKS is constantly increasing. Books for salo or to let at two cents per day, Call Hud see us. Frank E. Healey, Jr., Morrisville, Vt. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The Stockholders of the Lamoille County Na tional Hank oi Ilvde l'ark, Vt., are hereby notilied that their annual meetiiiK for the choice of I lirect. ors will he hol.len at tln'ir Hanking House in llvde Park, on 'CI! KM 1'. tlay of Jiinuarr, A. 1. at one o'clock in the alteinoon. Per Order of tho Directors, K. L. NOYK.S, Cashier. Hyde Park, vt, Ueo. liui, lasa. MILL EUNS TUESDAYS FOE CUSTOM WORK. No. i yellow new Corn Meal, per tan, $20, per hundred 1.05, No. 1 yellow old Corn Meal i.zo, fine sacked iSran, per ton, 21.00, per hundred, 1.10, fine sacked Middings per hundred 1.25, fine white sacked Middlings per hun dred 1.30, fancy white sacked Middlings per hun dred 1.35, No. 1 Feed 1-2 each corn and oats 1.20, No. 2 Feed 1-3 each corn, oats and bran 1.10 ; wanted 500 cords 4-ft. wood, z 0,000 feet Spruce and Hemlock Logs, Eggs 25 c per dozen, maple sugar at 6c cash, 6 1-2C in, trade. Respectfully yaurs CRAY, CAMBRIDGE, VT. Is not particularly favorable for the sale of heavy-weight Suits, Overcoats and Ulsters. Vc have a cood line of the above mentioned, suitable for Men, Youth and Boys. Special prices will be made on them for the next sixty days. The same will be the case with Gent's heavy-weight Underwear. In our Dry Goods, Ladies' Furnishing and fancy goods, Stationery and Grocery depart ments, good goods and at low prices, is what we will serve up to you. Wishing all A HAPPY NEW YEAR. J. C. & W. H. ROBINSON, Morrisville, Vt. Ms 1 lot Men's Buckle Arties for only 83 cents per pair. 1 lot Lumberman's Overs with heels for 61.00 per pair. . 1 lot Men's Scotch Caps, worth G5 cents ; our price to close only 42 cents. 1 lot Prints, good quality, only 5 cents per yard. 1 lot Ginghams at only G cents per yard. 2 good Brooms for 25 cents. Yours respectfully, WOLCOTT, VT. Wetherby & Page! HOLIDAY PEESENTS for EVEEYBODY. Endless Variety. Prices Lower than Ever. Our entire Store Given to this Grand Display. It will pay you to Drive Twenty Miles to See It. PUDIQTUAQ PADRQi Over lOO different styles. Silk l'lush Goods In toilet cases. UnnlOl m HO UHnUO Work-Uoxea. Gloves and Ildkl'x.. UntRa. Itnvnn with !,. r and tnvelopea, Albums, Autograph Alliums, Perfume Cases and Stands, Mirrors ai d I'lcluro i.imci,, rau vyrui'Kurv in uiiina iruu i-iuies, uiiin.i l'ltencrs, cups nnd siiueers. Children's vyupn, oiiuouis uuu naiea, isreuci ami iiik sots. Toilet sets, vases, ate. Writing lleaks, Smoking Sets, Hammered lirass Match Safes, Children's Trays, ISook ami Paper Hacks, Picture Frames, Ladies and Misses' Hand ISajrg. Purses and Wallets, Plated Ware in Castors, Cream Pitchers, Sugar Bowls, Two, Four, and Six-Hottle Castors, Napkin Kings, Children's Sets, Knives, Forks, a.. on hums., ncnis- ouk oearis, r ancy cmoroiuered llama., anil Misses and Children's Toquesi Hoods, and Scarfs. tellers. Forks. Children's iidkfs., Ladies GLASS WARE & LAMP GOODS 75 different styles of Glass Ware. Hantrinir T.amns. Stand nnd Tlnrtpl l.imm lw closed out during this Great Sale. The Largest Glass Pitcher in the World for Twenty-Five cents. OUE CHILDEEN'S DEPAETMENT Affords Ample Opportunity for Pa rents to Make the Little Ones Happy, It is full of Dolls that will talk, China Dolls, Wax Dolls, Tin Toys, Trains ol Cars, Horses and' cans, cats, uogs, tiorses, siuies, cmna Tea sets. Fancy Mugs, vases, noli Cradles, Doll Chairs, Vase Perfume, Watches, Horns, Trumpets, ABC Blocks, Books, Games, &c., &c. Come early and see the Largest Display of Christinas Goods ever seen in our store. Wethekby & Page, Jeffersonville. ARE YOU GOING TO BUY A FUR COAT ? If you are, we are showing several grades of Jap, Dog, and Coon at prices as low as they can be bought Also a Good Line of Jap Robes. In a variety of styles, from one dollar up. We can show the best line of Windsor and Scotch Caps you have seen. Cloves and Rftittens ! For driving, working, or street wear ; lined or unlined. Silk and Linen Hdkfs., Silk and Worsted Neck Scarfs, and Don't Forget that we keep all kinds of READY-MADE CLOTHING! And the place is Champeau's Block, Morrisville. O. M. WATERMAN. TO PRUDENT HOUSEKEEPERS ! Do you know that tbe BAKERY is the place to buy GROCERIES Especially your Tea and Coffee. We have taken special pain9 in selecting our Teas and can give good value for your money, In Coffee we keep only the best Old Government Java and guarantee every pound to suit. Ijr Fancy Groceries we have a full line, including all the delicacies and luxu ries of the season. In the Staple Line we keep well stocked with the best brands of Flour, Pork, Lard, Fish, Salt, Sugars, &c. CONFECTIONERY AND FRUITS We make a specialty and keep nohing but the best that money will bu . IN BAKER'S GOODS We have nearly everything that is made of fiour, and customers can always And the goods fresh and cheap. And last of all, is the famed Lamoille Crackers which now leads tticm ail, and fresh Providence River Ovsters at wholesale and retail. Come in and see us aud we will do vou good. I. A. WHITE & CO., Morrisville, Vermont.