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ATLd. ADDISON COUKTTY JrOTJDFUNTAJL-.
MIDDLEBURY, VT.. OCTOBEE 5, 1883.
Bo You Know That
48 & 50 CHURCH STREET,
Burlington, - Vermont,
Always liaa in his itnmcneo Btock a very largo varioly of
Eine, Meclium and Common
OF THE NEWEST DESIGNS AND LATEST STYLES, SPRING
BEDS, MATTEESSES, M1RRORS, BABY CARRIAGES,
WINDOW SI1ADES, CURTAIN POLES AND
A spccialty is a Painted Chaniber
Set at $18, handsomer and bettcr
than usually sold at $25.
The "Queen City Woven-Wire Mat
tress," "Nelson's Best," warrantcd, at
We liavc special ratcs for freights,
and on all purcliases amounting to
$100 will deliver frce of all cliarge at
ncarcst railroad station.
All goods warrantcd as represcnted.
Correspondence solicited, and
HENRY J. NELSON,
SMITH & PEASE,
liavc prqiarcd for an oxtensivo fall niul winter tradc. Thoy liavc,
without doubt, tlio right goods and styles ; faets which arc provcd by
the large Imsincss tlicy liavc dono so far tliis scaBon.
TJict offet- thc LAllGEST ASSORTMENT
to bc foitnd in
OVERGOATS, ULSTERS AND SUITS,
Wcll madc and well trimmed. The
majority of the Stock is manufact-
ured to tlicir own
garment is warranted. Any that
brcak away in tlie sewing will be
mendcd bv thcm frec of exnense.
n.i. n j II
nai? iiHiiv: riiii mhii v: r rn nnrc
IIUIU WUJU UIIU IIIUII J I Ul HIIHIEIIVJ,
HONEST GOODS AT
HE BLUE STORE
this City of
order and every
r ' i
AND ONE-HALF HOSE.
- - VERMONT.
TIIE LARGEST STOCK OF WAGONS AND CARRIAGES
IN TIIE STATE
TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF PRIGE
WE W1SII TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUP.LIC THAT
OWING TO TIIE LATENESS OF TIIE SEASON AND
LACK OF STORAGE FOR WINTER STOCK OF
SLEIGIIS, WE SIIALL OLOSK OUT OUR
IMMENSE STOCK OF WAGONS AND
PRICES THAT DEFY COHPHTITION.
Now is the Time to Buy Cheap!
AMONG TIIE MANY D1FFERENT STYLES REPRESENTED
TN STOCK WE IIAVE TIIE CELEBRATED
Tlie Watcrtown Plntl'orm Spring Wagon, Also the
IN LIGIIT WAGONS AND CARRIAGES WE KEEP TIIE
ALSO, TIIE WIllTE-CnAPPELS, SURREYS, CI1ICOPEES,
IYERS, CONCORDS, PIIAETONS, ETO.
REMEMI3ER, WE SELL NO GOODS HTJT WIIAT ARE
Strictly First-Glass in Every Particular
ALSO, TIIAT OUR STOCK WILL BE OLOSED OUT AT
S. & C. L. NUTTING.
Mrs. Anna Jolmson, whoso dcnth oc-
curred 011 thc 15th ttlt., was 011c of Brid
port's oldcst inhabltants. Sho was boni
"ln.New Jcrsoy, Juno 11, 1701, Whcn 9
inontlis old sho eanio to tliis town with
hcr iiiircnts Davld nnd Chrlstlnn Bur
wcll and lias slnco resldcd lierc, and,
sincc lior marrlago tn 1809, in the snmu
liousc In which lior doath occurred. Hor
husband. Jactnnlah Johnson, by wliom
shu liatl ton clilldrcn, dicd in 18111. slnco
whicli tiino slic liad bccn living witli licr
son, Mr. Lyman II, Johnson, and liad
beon ablc to attend to lior liouscliold du
tlos up to within a f ow day s of hcr dcath.
T wo of hcr cldldrcn survive hor. Mr.
Jolinson of Bridport and Mrs. Pctcr
Farnhatn of Addison.
Eldcr IJoutcllc has bccn prcnchlng nt
thu Advcnt church.
Tlicro is a lO-pound boy at thc rcsl
dcncc of John Partcii.
Jolin E. Smitii of Burlington was in
town tlds wcck ou buslncss.
A. W. Varnoy wns houic ovcr last Sun
day f rom Middlebury collcgc.
Clmrlcy llanchctt 1ms bullt an additlon
to liis housc for a slicd, ctc.
Thcre is to bc an elht-days' bolinoss
tnccting at tho JI. E. uliurch, soon.
M. S. Wllds. our woll-known boot and
shoc mcrchant, is in poor hcalth.
The Aquciluct coinpany arc gctting
thcir Iron pipc rcndy for laying.
Enoch Varnoy lost a valuablo marc,
tho othcr day, sho having a leg broken.
V. 1'. Chaso of Monkton has bouglit
Willard Danlels' placc, north of thc vll
lage. Therc was a sharp frost hcrc last Sun
day uioruing. Water frozo in pails and
We undcrstand that quitc a numbcr of
our uitizens are going to IJoston ncxt
Mrs. Marintta Grovcr and her dauglitcr,
Mrs. Kasttnan, havo gonc to Sherburno,
I)r. Blsbce shottwofoxes last Monday.
Thcse makc thrcc thu doctor has shot
within a few days.
Charlcs Whcelcr, Burllngton's assist
ant postniaster, was in town last wcek,
visiting relativcs and friends.
ltcv. Mr. Coomhs returned from his
vaeation trip last Saturday, and oceupicd
his dcsk at thc Itaptist church last Sun
day. Ve hcar that Mrs. Briggs, whoso al
leged iniraculous cure was noticcd last
wcek, is about tho houso doing hcr own
Arrangcnicnts arc bcing makc for thc
Grand Atniy reunion hcrc, thc Oth and
lOtli of this montli. A good tinio is an
ticipatcd. East Middlebury.
The rust has injured tho potatoo crop,
and wo hcar of rot making its appcar
anee. No applc crop has been so liinited here
sincc we havo bccn In town, and thc f ruit
gcnerally Is lufestcd by worms.
A. Gladding, at the town farm, has
raiscd splendid crops this ycar ono po
tatoo wclguing :i pounds and otlicrs only
a little lcss. Ile liad an oat crop of 522
bushcls, with other crops abuudant.
Thcro will be a social danco at Good
Tcmplars' hall, Kriday cveulng, October
12, with honey suppcr at Mrs. E. O.
Ohnstead's. Music, Middlebury orches
tra. Ilall tickets ladics, 15 ccnts ; gcn
tlemcn, 30 ccnts. Suppcr, 75 ccnts a
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Stcarns arc visiting
fricnds in Massachusotts.
Tho annual picniu of tlie Purinton fain-
lly was hcldThtirsday, bepteinbcr 27, on
thc prcmiscs of Klisha Purinton of South
Starksboro. Slxty-two nieinbors of thc
family wcro present.
Mrs. Ellcn Shaw of Newbury, N. II.,
with hcr youngest dauglitcr, has been
visiting at tho rcsidcncc of her brother,
D. K. Johnson. Mrs. Johnson has latcly
spent a week visiting fricnds in Brook
field and Randolph.
Wo lcarn from good authority that
Mrs. Wra. Briggs of this towu, who has
bccn conllncd to her bed for a ycar or
morc, unablo to turn herself, or, for
somo timo past, unable even to stralght
cn hcr limbs, has suddcnly and wonucr
fully rccovered hcr hcalth and strength,
as sho bolicves, in answer to nrayer.
On Thursday, the 20th ult., at ner re
qucst, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Meader wero
present and unitcd with hcr in praycr,
whcn, during tho prayer,shofelta strango
scnsatlon, and roso up and stood 011 her
fcet alone untll thc prayer was tlnishcd ;
thcn, unaidcd, sho walked to the kitchcn.
At last accounts sho continucd wcll, and
was ablo to bo about tho housc.
IJcv. S. A. Parker will nreach in tho
Univcrsalist church in Shoreham ncxt
Sunday, Oct., 0; Subject in thoaftcmoon,
"Tho harvost and Its meanlng"
G. T. Hatch is soon to crect a granary.
Mrs. W. K. Barto has been vory sick,
but la improvlng.
David Brady will soon havo a new
houso in placo of tho ono burned.
Mrs. Ira Blakoly of Vergennes has pur
elmsed Blal Wanior's gniall placo and is
llnlshlng tho uneompletcd dwclllug.
M. W. Winans of Basin Ilarhnr has a
threo-ycar-old colt that stands 10 liands
niul 2 Inches, and wclghs 1250 pounds.
slred by Ollver Danyeau's "Brltlsh
Wo undcrstand C. W. Allcn has not
rcceived tho appointinont of postniaster
for this town as yct.
C. W. Allcn is bulldlng a new boat to
placo on the old Adams ferry. from Ar
nold's bay to Barber's polnt, N. V.
Mr. John Davis and Mlss Marla Per
Kins wcrc married on Septcmbcr 20, by
Bcy. C. Church. It was an allair of lovo
and honor, and tho happy pair havo tho
congratulatlon of the cntlro coininunity.
The picnic and boat-rido 011 the stcatn
cr erniont," from Basin llaibor to
Port Kcnt, was largely attcnd-d and an
ctijoyablo afl'air. it was undcr the aus
pices of tho M. E. Sunday school.
Quito a numbcr of our citizcns attcndcd
tho fair at Wcstport, and report a nood
t-i?' ,C. Powcrs ailo a flying trip to
Elizabcthlown, N. Y. this week, on bus
lncss. Wriglit & Jackman of Waltham took
thc flock prcmium at our fair. Thcy
havo ono of tho flnest flocks of llnc-wool
shcep in tho county.
Julius Mlller, thoman who was injured
on the railroad crossing, is quito comfort
ablo. Itis notknown whcthcr ho will
loso ono of his legs or not.
Tho cool wcather makes ono think of
outsldo wraps and the coal bin. Our lo
cal coal dealers aro dolng a good busincss
thc?c days, tho cominoility scllinc for 80
and 80.25 a ton.
It is rumorcd that Major J. II. Lucia U
to rcmove to Aiontpelier. Wo shall bo
sorry to loso so good a cltizcn, but tho
loss to thisclty will bo againto Montpel
ier. Thcre is a llnc opening hcro for a
lawyer, although thcro is not much busi
ncss in this lino thesodays.
Lawrcnoc Bartlcy, of the llrtn of Bart
ley, Fishcr & Co., furniturc manufactur
ers in this city, was unitcd in mari iagc to
Miss Lizzio McMahon, also of this city
and sistcr of Mrs. Thos. Mack. Thc haf.
py couplo aro on a biidal trip to New
York city and othcr places of notc.
Wclconic Bora, while working in Min
er's shoe shop, had oceasion to slip a
shoo knifo Into his hlp pocket for a time,
and, carelcssly drawing his arm bchind,
rcceived a sevcre cut, sevcring sevoral of
tho cords. Dr. llopkins dressed thc
wouud, and Mr. Bora is doing wcll.
To Scnator Kcad aud wifo of Addison
and G. C. Powcrs and wife of Vergennes
your corrcspondcut is undcr great obliga
tions for a choice lot of f ruit. which con
tributcd very much to our Sunday dln
ner, Therc Is notliing liko having kind
friends ; think we shall worry through
thc winter it our friends liold out.
G. K. O. Klmball has purchacd somo
thoroughbrcd Holstein stoek from tho
Pine Grovo hcrd of II. W. ICeycsof New
bury, Vt.. aud is about to vislt somo of
thc imported hcrds of Wcstcrn New York,
with a vicw to making fui tlicr pureliases.
Thcro is 110 doubt but that this brecd of
cattlc will lcad all othcrs, for they eom
bino undisputed milking qualitics with
tho neccssary sizc to moct the demands of
thc dairy farmer.
Tho chickcn-pio suppcr for thc benefit
of Hev. Mr. Parker proved a suecess.
With a pleasant evenlng, and a very
plcasant company, evcrything passed oil
wcll. Tlie roceipts werc llfty dollars in
Thc West Salisbury Sunday school had
Its annual picnic across Lako Dunuiorc.a
few days sincc. Tho day was beaiitifui,
and every one present secmcd to liavc a
good time. Tho East Middlebury school
had a picnio thc samo day at thc samo
Servlccs will bo resumcd at thc White
church on Sunday ncxt, commencing at
11 a. 111. ; Sabbath school at 12 111. Ser
vlccs at Waltham at -1 p. m.
Tho S. S. F. B.of thoMethodist church
held thelr scml-annuai elcetlon of olllccrs
last Sunday. with 1I10 following rcsult:
Prcsident, Uerbert Twitchell; vlce-pres-ideuts,
John Brittcll, Suslo Hurlbut;
secretary, A. J. Wlckus; trcasurcr, Wil
lio Warncr; chaplain, W. C. Sturtevant;
programme committce, Lillie Twitchell,
Lettie Sturtevant, Florence Parkill. Tho
socicty is prospering llncly.
Thc cxcrciscs of tho Sabbath school
teinpcranco band of tho Congregatioual
Sabbath school, at thelr church, on Sun
day ovcnlng last, wero iu every rcspcct a
suecess. This was tho llrst ollbrt, but
cvcrythlug passed olV nlcoly. Mrs. Frank
Jamcs, tho prcsident, is, without doubt,
tho right one in tho right ptacc. Thcro
wero declamations, rccitatlous and sing
Ing, with solect rcadings, ctc. Mrs.
Droulctt prcsided at tho organ. Thc
opening praycr was by l)ea. S. O.
Wriglit. Hcmarks wcro oflered by Dea.
S. Jamcs. I'ho conccrt closcd with tho
slnglng of "All hail tho powcr of Josus'
Tho Young 'olnan,s C. T. U., organ
izcd at thc annual county tcmpcraiit-o
mectlng held last Juno, Is olllcered as
folh)W8: Prcsident, Miss Laura Hagcr;
vlcc-prcsldent8,Carrie Bowdish, Florrnco
Parkill, I.ura Twitchell; secretary, May
Jamcs; trcasurer, Miunio Wriglit. It
has held monthly mectlngs slnco thcn
and is galnlng in numbers aud interest.
It is entltled to tho favor and support of
all tcmpcrancc workcrs. It has voted to
admit lionory mcmbers at a fco of 50
ecuts, tho regular fee belug 25 ccnts. Tho
aftcrnoon bossIoiis aro strictly busincss
mcctings and for tho dlseussion of somo
subject pcrtatnlng to tho work of tho so
clety. This meotlng is followed in tho
ovening by rcfrcshmcnts, to which a
gcneral Invitatlon is oxtended. Tho ncxt
mectlng will bo a parlor soeiablo, at tho
houso of II. B. Hagcr, Weduosday, Oct.
10. Tea will bo scrvcd at 7 p. m. It is
hoped that all who are iutorested lu this
movement will try and attend as an en
couragcmeut, if notliing uioro,