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Hr* ^rewM*e eeoond^lectare <m ooonrred on Thaiad^^ ereninir eery inteieetiiH^ 4^-  , ^ aoBthly concert oe<Mrt at the lP<ilNI^NII»ttwial chtiroh m Saaday even*  H»e ice hooM at the mfll hae been flilhMl with ice UMenrin|{ from eeven to t^tinohee.  :^*the Rivereide Co*opecatlTe Aaeooiation «lliiienceid pnttioK in their enaiBier enp* hly ^ ioe on Wednesday. Ten inobea  9^.  Carter has removed with his fam* l)y hd^KaahvlUe, Team Bis son Bobert ooDtinne in the employ.«^ 0; H.  fVEppeSs  Misi Carrie Petleaftill» who has been •tnfflhHt in the family of dames Haiie, «rtwmed to^ her home in Haverhill this  of the Sast will ho|d a pnblie Intfaeaeariatitre; Pr«p«ra-hPV h#ltH made for^^ Oie ooea-  “ kcC -"'”4  *»'Í5,.\'Aíí  iirlSSiT  Bomp,»* fm^ fsle at tbo Om'  AOMmttlfeik    '  —* tan.»* 4KHBpl.to Um «{ Btiuwtt *Dd Odtdiw, dl Stated UM% tt CnlgbtoB'i sbd»  Store.  -•Fmit, Nuts, Raisins, Citron, Spiees and Canned Goods, the best in the mar fcet at the Oo-opeiatlve Store.  —Wajmai-^lCyeiistomeni in Maynard to remember that n^ photonfpraph rooms are }i0f open for bnstnetsTiM^y, Wed-»«day and Thursday, the leat of the weekas usital, a D. Holmea.  —Faooy CHaesware, Oroolcery, Taeee, dfo., at the Cooperative Store.  nZ?. fl?*    ^«•1«    in    Wne  Boot/ Shoee and Slippmt, for Ladi^  Missee and Children. 'Iheydt perfectly  easy <m the feet, are snperior in style  sadoostnomore then sny other fine  shoes, jlain strest opposite. Nason  street.  «avn a dinner last VeDertnottof New  .-'fix*  ktlÉteaand  ÄWütieaok.  od BsrtfOrd, „. _.^d,Prov. Aaanranee -  ■i    '    Vf4    ^-    -    ,  il^^i^ehiiaea I:''tiegant ealfigdaii.: ■'. ihey the finest we have asen in  town.  baeof the hydranta on Napoo atreet waalmd^y fromn np one night this week, tegblijmr eonalderable work to get it in weridng order.  The L S. M. held their regular monthly meettng nt the honse of O. W. JorcRui on Wedneedny eveidog. The usual good time wss enioyed and an excellent ool-larioo served by mine host.  Rockweirs theatre oompaoy, billed ham for one week, ia being liberally pat. nmixed and giving excellent satiifaotioD to thoee who enjoy this kind of entertain* mentSi  The Igsnoaster Degree stsff conferred the eeoond dágree upon seven onndidntee for Maynntd liOdg^X. O. O. F., nt their regolar meeting 00 Wedneedny evening. ▲ fine eolintion followed ths oouferring of the degree.  Bavi^ Mr. Brewer snrprlsed bii congre* gntlMou Sunday morning by reading his to take effeel April ilk He iatüifii to mtire fiOm the pulpit as his engagements rMUire his whole Ihiie. He hae hsen engagsd to dr HvmleetureitiLjpndsmi, Marlbeio^Aoton Stow aed Reatoo." *  WE8TVAt6.  Mr. Jamea Templp is on the sick lUt.  The Ladlesr circle met at Mrs. B. B. Weston’s Wednesday aftsmoon, Dec. 17.  Mr, Thomas Stone, boss weaver, baa left the employ of the Damon Mfg. Co.  The Bojdish tea party ia to be held Jan. 8; let oa all be <m hand.  The next meMiog of the LadiM* circle wDl be held with Mre. R. H. Damon, prohabiy the Wednesday afrsr Christmas.  About fifteen little ones met st Mrs. B. H. Dmnon’s Saturday afternoon to »»»ke ®*i*<iy baga for the Ohiistmaa tree, as* sisted by Mrs. Damon, Wsaton, Poole, Maooek and Wright  The oyMsr anpper Friday night was mry well atteadati conaiderlng Hie cold i^thi About sl«W aat down at ouee^ The entercainiiient waa very fine consist* log ofjths foHowing:  Roadlng, The Fall of Pemberton Mille  Mrs. Abbott Violin dnet Misa Edith and Annie Chase SNfin*    Mrs.    Bsllou  SnsiaWood  SioFing    MiwiClaraChspHn  B®»ding    Mrs.    Abbott  SlnglDg    Mrs.    JUna    Ballou  WK8TVALK CHAPXL.  MdMM<4 tb. Sontb Hiéito-UnllMliiil OtiA InU at thtqMmsi ~ Wsdassdaifomiiing.  ^isaliouiia Ksnnedy waa eleotsd an Ititi tt^bsr of the Boetouian Sociefÿ the monthly meeting in the old state laat Friday.  :‘Joeko” Kelly, the famoue criminal, «0 vras arrested by Inspector* Byrnes Tneeday served a aenteooe of six mpidlta in tiie Reformatory four years  A. Barker and family and Mrs. Frpnk Pferoe mid two children left this week for Florida wl«ere they intend to re^in through the winter.  Fred McDouMd and Mist Elica Dakin, foriner clerks |ti the store of H. L. Whit* are aasiatlng him through tiie holiday trade«^  the fahrlrivea at the Town halt laet Friday evsnfng by tite Isdtss of TriniW ch|mh ||ux>ved to bsone of their imist am|oeesfui sutertalnments, the proceeds aMpaotiog to $580.  *^0 Firs Co, have offered prises to the bpis who will bring in the largeet unm* bsgofOlohe coupons. At the present wf^K Eddie Laoghlin had 186, George Csèsr 100, Phil Mnldooo 06 and J. Grifos.  Á ths annual meeting of the Old Con* em^Post, 180 G. A. B.. the following VÍUS sleeted ofilcers for the ensuing year: Com., Geo. Bnttriok ; 8. V. Com., M. X. Hatch ; J. V. Com., Geo. F. H^l ; Q. M., Waldo Flint ; Chap., C. W. Ben* Jaaria ; Sur., Geo. Gray ; O. D,, A. D. ^akW ; O. G., Geo. W. Cnnningham.  , w  efaorcii cSi Christmae day oommenctog at 10.45 Vclook.    A apeeial muaimti pro  gramme will be rendered by the oboir, H. A. Richardson, tenor, Carrie L. Crowell, ■oprano, Mrs. Robertson Jsmee, con*  Rev. B. H. Weeton, pastor.  Services for Deo. 21. Sérmon st 10.80  A SOU of Fred Heywood whi¿¡oosstfng os ths mili pond one day tbis ws^broke tiuoui^ the loe and hsd i(^ twt bsen for tha présenos of miad oC aqsps ol ble playfrilows would hnvn bssu dtowned. It*a á ^ thsre isn’t soma sélW pinoe provldad for the boys to ooash  Tbé foUowing oMoers eleol of AmAbet OMéi«, R A,. wiU bs insfhSad oe tus ovmtinar of Jas. 5th* The iostallation wÍRh*9«Írii«.  P«é|tWF«t^BeQjnmhi Carter.  ' RmuMhriiik B. Oonuoé.  M.' Jouái.  dBBiguBgP^Mew    4  Sheep, etc  ¡!^Í0,m^ «« kifMM«  OfVlCB  rr.)E.t$rbidl,%hoot  ^^oa,it e*eleo]iA.M iptiy isspoúdidte.   ____ VsttUh,  41, íl, Garfield.  Tmhftisi »ifiutga H. Hart, Jamts B. •ad 9Í«fifd Baiidsraon.  InyastBimit Compaay haa .1?# «IW««« ,wMir th* rpaiapihim and «fmlltod to   otimr. Nté'lhigfaiid  ptatMh F, H l^wn, who ia w^) ktiowa ik gwuw of <^^ «ead«rs, is pmUtetof the eompai^aiid Is hiking an adtive im tersst In iti detetopm«il. The per value of oeriSfieatesla fifty do»«m seeh and  m. Subject^ ’’Puritans.”  Sunday school st 11.45.  Evening meeting st 7 o’clock.  Cottsgs prayer meeting will be held st Mr. Tumeria at 7.80 Tuesday evening.  The ooneeoration meeting was conduct ed by Eddie Puffer, vice president,  C. E. prayer meeting Thnrsday even-i og at 7.80. Xisader, Samuel Parker.  loyal logion Saturday at 2 p. m. Subset. ”A Cbristmas Lesson.”  Rsv, Mr. Armes of North Ltmdonderry. N. H., prenohed very soceptsbly In the chapel last Sabbath morning.  SOUTH SUDBURY.  prt^n’cssing it will be  Work on the parsonage is rapidly. When completed quite n oioe building.  The services were bald in tbs vestry of ths old church last Sabbath morning as tiis fnrosos has bom removed to the new chnrob building  A lyoenm has been formed in this vil lags, which it is beliewMl will prove i source cd much interest to the people, sod all are urged to give it their hearty support  SUDBURY.  Frank T. Gerry, who was rsoeutly msr rlsd to Misa NslHa M. Ward, daughter of W. B. Ward, Esq., of Waylsud, left for Mow Toik City, Thorsdiqr morning, whsru hs iotsDds to mnk« his fatum resi* iihsa. Mr. Gerry is ths sou of Ex-Senu* Isy Gt^ and was ndmittsd to tiisbar a  mMhssgm Hs hosains» imd hk  adqMiÿ at ths Bcstou oOee c< fits DufHig his shots pmelikths hsft hsd some very Hnportaut ^^hy«||ig||*rysr and In tiis msn* ■mssEt of ÉW hs*^owtt ability which pvomiass a hktihiutearssr iu ths profss* •is« hs has oboqsA, Mr, Gerry, leaves with tbs hmti wilhes of his many friands n Sodbitry nnd risiili^.  ihs psymsnts ou ths monthly, thsy matar» rapi qf this new company Is s sstks to protect its _ by balHfing up a peimaosik H k Imrorahk looked sod many have alieadj tiflcatss.  r. .    —    "    p    '•  South Framlsgbam is going about the bnsiiiees of seeuHng s hospital iu samest and ohildrsn am Uhiog the lead in the mattsrofseourittg funds, aided and en* eouragsd by the Tribune which is working hatd to seeure the desired result It appsars that Marlboro is but 00s of many lo fosldsg to obtain tbk object It is >Ut a qnsation of time when many of onr neighbors as wall as ourselves shall be W^kgthsboueflkofsuoh an iostitm  tralto. F. A. Tower, bate, Misa Louise P. Richardson, orgnniat  Congreasmsu elect Sherman Hoar is traveling in the south for the benefit of his health, which ia somewhat impaired by his ardoous duties in the recent political compaign. He was elected one ol the vice-presidents ol the Boston Civil Service Beformation at the recent meeting.  Letters advertised in the Concord post oflloe Deo. 17tb ; E. H. AbboU. WilUam Boyd, John Bull, L. E, Cook, D. Fitzger aid, A. Guynn, H. C, Herring, O. H. Hoe-mer, W. C. Heureanx, John H. Lyons George E. Mason, Gnnda NeiJson, ol Boyce, John C. Bashford, J. O. Thome, C. J. Waite, Miss Maggie Batcher. Mise Sadie R. Hose, Mrs, Emily Hunt, Mrs, Margaret Ryan.  The delightful weather of the past two weeks has been particularly appreciated by the ahoppeie who are busy selecting Cbristioae gifts. The windows nre full of nttnotive noveltiea nnd the holiday trade is brisk even so early In the senson. The storekeepers are gratified to leoeivi large share et local patronage ami ja-dicious ”ads” in the EirrBBPiussndvanoe the tempomry busineea boom on the Mill Dam.  tiofes»  Ptb.DriU,Hglit tt, iDor^Mtni.  p»«d«l o, t<u.d., «Tenln,.  ^drifl,t A tk, latndnoKo« of om.  b, tarn.  Ing the comkmid over to them.  A finely framed pktuie of theRifie of 1880 hae been preeeotedto company by W. N. Tolmao.  It seems that onr statement in a f  issne, that the ooming military Iwk would be the first given siuoe oomlnM  Into the new armory, haa been misund^ by some. The bnU will not lé mmn in tiie nrinory, but in the town hnll Feb. 7.  In the Priae Drills of the past few yews, there hss been some delay In atart-ing the dancing at the advertised time. This will be remedied this year by the fission of company movements and the reduction of the number of prizes to three; the Company Medals.  Iti» not expected that the new marksman’s badges WiU be reedy at so early a day as Jan. 2, the date of the Prize DrilL  •* Hmr. sr«n PmrnmMp^imfiar.  » ni„ Hm  OP Cudr UHI Nat, for th, Chrto.< ttaatradA.-  Hunt has a larga tot of OhriatmasOaii*  Misa Back, the Mittiaer. hm su extm aaamrtmént of HoUday Qoo^ which tfii todies will fiod it for thèir inkmlk to examloe. Cali early whlto thè àseort* ment is completa.  Toiiet Sets at Richardsoo’s.  TI» Ctdumbia Flonr, whtoh standa ti» ^ wUh good bread makera, eau be bongbt at low prioes at Towle’e gmemy.  Chriitmas Candy in fancy boxeé at Richardson’i.  Nota and Raisina for Christmaa at Huatis.  The boye and girli wlUfind a goodaa-Mrtment of Sieda and Skatea at H. L. Whltoomb’a.  Deoorated China, MagazUw Covera, Blatera, Catendar», eto., at Friend’s. CaU and examine, tou wBI fiud ti» laigeet stock of  IT.'T *®®‘ on«,(ord    Bmm    Su,.  ’ * *Moh Uim th,oompHiiMBtu, I Hon. Bnuhw, CUU. CmrOa. Ad.  tìckd. te munite., bu. *iB b..    10«-.« F. j.  i,tob.iw7taiàA Bjr Ordsr He, 11, C5 S. Iwoed Dm. it monben an «dteul to te|K>tt te Un Ar> ■BotyoBFridtetetebMC. Ju-'ytel.»  «. promptì,, i, tetbtB» niUmra^ftt far. noipet. io thè unte! pr'M drill Whi commuid to ftel te w«l be gtmi telS eodeTeiTtbliig will be «ekeo IntoaeiriA cmUon te t»i«atiic the priiae, tra. to»  -ÜÎTil ““l»T •“»wethedrill.toed «pili the selootioua are made.  Elevator.  Try Rugby’s 10 osut dgsr at Huntia. He L, Whkcomb still omitinuM to have tiie agency of ,a first claea Laundiy. Goods left at hia store as late as 10 a. m., Ikaadays will he reiuraed Fridays at 4 p  JVtiK k the time to pnrohaee a bottle of Jasmine Lotion for ehno* Mimids. >.  lÄtaSsi’    •ï^srîiêsïss',2;  “'Tí?«,«.  î?îr’-*‘r .î* ’ü'    “*•»    “»    »•0®»«wl*«»eFe*derel.,te«wd  ñ*^    *>•    «ta    Math.    Sted    tMii,    et    «-b  Ate lor UDu.ll,, bteshtel naTer beooiu eictoon'e    ^  i^0«S»l»-Ag00dw«0Dd hUHi ^    ▼wited    tl»    I goe Furnace. Apply to M. L. Batch.  the oommaud on Deo. 16,  MiLirxm*.  We beg ten thousand pardons of the ever valiant Concord Artllleiy and make the Amende Honorable to their efficient reporter, “Militaire.” The omission of the Artillery ns nenndidate in the Globe oon-teet wta no neoldentnl oversight The votes for the Concord cnndljdntes np to dnte nre George A. Bound, 870; Inde-pendnnoe Engine Co. No. 8, 7201; Concord ArtlUery, Co. I, Sixth Riment, 1170.  Th* Sfjr*tio Orders.  The mystic orders of Concord nre all closing up the year’s work, and electing officers and geUing resdy for the new yeur, 1890 On the whole the different oi» ders have been very suocessfbl the past year. More candidates have been initiated than for a number of years.  TH* A. O. U, WOBKICKN.  Harmony Lodge, No.. 14, A. O. U. W. has initiakd ibirtaen candidates and wiU initiate five at the meeting Thuiaday evening, Deo. 18, mnking n total of eighteen for the year and four applications to not on the membership of the lodge will be ninety-three; the lodge will endeavor to make it one hundred by Jan. 1. Eleo-tion of officers was held Thursday evening, 18th.  Anyone wishing nice green White  Birch Or Oak Wood, can be supplied by *PPklogto H.P. Worthley. Orders 1» mail promptly attended to.  Don’t fail to see the large aesortment of Holiday Goods at C. E. Browu’e.  Gloves and Mittens in eudieae variety at 0. S. Brown’a.  N. 8. Oaotole hss a good line of Mantle and SmaU F^y Clocks.  Walnut, Hickory and Oak Axe »^Ita from 10 oeote and upwards at F. J. tings A Co.’a Concord B»vs>tor.  C. E. Brown It seUlug Good OfWeoatn for $5, $8 and $10.  Nice line of Chamois Skins and SDonnes at Friend’s,  THE nOTAL ABCAMUM.  Musketaquid Council, No. 872, R. A. At the last meeting Thursday evening, Dec. 11, one applicant was initiated sod one application received. The oonncil has nsd a big boom this year. Fonrteen oandidatee have been Initiated and one to initiate at the next meeting. They now number forty*two; the oonncil haa tost two members by death, Bros. Frank W. Wadiey and Charles C. Dennis.  The election of officers for ths yem 1801 was held Thnrulay evening, lith, as follows:  Daily and Weekly Papers are on sale at the old and reliable newt stand, H. L. Whiteomb. Also delivered by carriers If desired.  Yon WiU find at H. L. Whitoomb’a the Uieateet murieW of goods adapted to the Holiday Trade he baa ever hsd the pleasure of showing the people of thtR town. Cell early while toe aasoftmeut k complete.  Lightning Hay Knives, beat make on the market, low price, and Lever Her Cotters at F. J. Hastings A Ca’s Cou-oord Elevator.  Rjgeÿ-Benjamin Moody.  imin W. Brown.  A reoeption was glven by the new re* Igtoua aooletr itt WamerviUe on Thnre-evenlug for fiev. and Mrs. W* W. CNmipheR. The raeeptiou was beld at hi hofioruf the paafor*é re* and marriage. The aoetoty had charge of the sud ésriried them ont In s üM iiaimer. 0. S. Hsrt, ikfVMtoryi presented Rev. ^    belmlf of the so*  jhlitPdpWBé china dlooer aer-tolte^llun.  Jameé^I* Gar^lhd, a graduais of Harvard Univetaity» Olasa of ’66 waa présent at the o^biu^ of tiié tweuty<flfth an-niversat^of tii4i^^^|h«iMoieèyi «likh waa hrid k the Hivérw konse ket Friday evvoing. This ia a Greek soefety loaffiitg m  Past Reg«nt--Fraok Pleroe. Collect>r-8. H. Tntt|e.  OhfpMo^N/A. Darii' Guide—E H. Whitoomb.  Waràen-^R. L. Honghtôn. Sontry—Horace Tnttie,  and opé of^e loadâfig iéipfié social or Tha banquîk carved io ">Mk:|fl%yPkkè^'roo«l ififfffitowplk were dik pwtiP»»*dÉ,#  imank.  lafid  v.U^  A i  f    )I  h  '■■.'i  IPteâMtottito/iw-  ’’P:  f 'f, t  OBOXB o» UHITT.  * Concord Lodge, No. 88, Ordei^of Unity.  One candidate waa initiated ai tha latt meeting. The lodge wat orgaalaed May 27, 1880, and now hat a membership of fifty eight Two candidates have been initiated since the charter list was closed July 1. The lodge k In good order, the members attending the meetings weU and take intereet in the work but we thm, that a little more personal effort ongbt to be mads by the members to iociease the mtmbbrsbip. It would be a good plan if ti» charter list was opened again for three months or more.  Go to H. L. Wbitoomb’s fwr the gveat-eat game of the season, Tiddledy Winks» Also.'a good varlety of otber Gamea.  Broken FUotfor Hens.komething new, Enreka Egg Food and Mlxed Heu Féed at F, J. Hastings A Co.’s Conoord Blsvw* tor.  If you want a good Gigargo toFrtoiHPa.  Opsferc by the quart or pint. Aiao Oya^ terStewa aerved tn ti» beat of sirle at G. W. Huntis Union Blook.  Fritad selle a Drop of Dew. Yon musí tryit  Black A Harringtmi háve a large aa* aortment of Bobea and Blaaketi, whtoh  ther are seUing Mmapi,  A large variety of ohoioeConfqptioneiy just received at Buutia.  Try Rtohaidaou’a Cough  The Golden Temple Chnrter list k now open. All persona from 10 yenfs of age can join this order. The order puya $10$ in two years. Charter fee $S, TTSttTSsmiml 50 cents.  Parties wishiug their piotnree framed oail on A. W. Hosmer.  TU* eouixir tkiipls.  Wnlden Lodge, No. 18, Golden Temple.  The lodge wne organized Sept 80,188d wlth twcnty-seven members nnd now hat aeveoty namea on the roll. The lodge k worUuR u M ^ «luutor Mut i. «nt,. uu lu y lat m, Itet; tiM olurtor Ute wtu UtoL u r&tt.  Pwrfeteitoa Meh«* tImmí buigli.  Housekeepers laugh right out wlwtt ¡h« grocaiyiM shows them some un* imown brand of auap, end trils them Ate I. to. but,   

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