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-A.IO.OL L332ZIS03NT COUKTTY aTOCm.lST-A.2L..
MIDDLEBURY. VT.. OCTOBER 12, 1883.
Do You Know That
48 & 50 CHURCH STREET,
Burlington, - Vermont,
Ahvays 1ms in his imnienso slock a very largo varioty ot
Fine, Medinm and Comnion
OF TI1E NEWEST DESIGNS AN D LATESTSTYLES, SPItlNG
BEDS, MATT11ESSES, MIRRORS, BABY CAKRJAGES,
WINDOW SHADES, CUItTAIN POLES AN1)
A specialty is a Paintcd Chamber
Set at $18, handsomcr and better
than nsnally sold at $25.
The "Qneen City Woven-Wire Mat
tress," "Nelson's Best," warranted, at
We have special rates for freights,
and 011 all pnrchases amoimting to
$100 will dclivcr free of all charge at
ncarest railroad station.
All goods warranted as represented.
Correspondence solicited, and
HENRY J. NELSON,
SMITH & PEASE,
Ilavc prcparcd for an cxtciiBivc fall and wintor tnide. Tlicy liavc,
vithont doubt, tlie riglit goods and stylcs ; facts whiuh aro proved by
tlie largc bnsiness they liave donc so far this Benson.
They ojf'er the LABGEST ASSOllTMENT
to be found in this City of
MEN, YOUTH AND BOYS'
OVERGOATS, ULSTERS AND SUITS,
Well made and well trimmed. The
majority of tlie Stock is manufact
ured to their own order and every
garment is warranted. Any that
break away in the sewing will be
mended by tlicm free of expcnse.
Hats, Gaps and Men's Furnishings,
NECKWEAR, UNDERWEAR AND ONE-HALF HOSE.
HONEST GOODS AT HONEST PRIGES.
THE BLUE STORE
Hoirard'N Opcra Hoiikc RIoclc,
BURLINGTON, - - VERMONT.
At Academy Hall, Middlebury, Vt., Monday Eve, Oct. 15.
&r ELT PKRK1NS is Ihchesl andinosl, inl evesli 11$ Humovoiis Lcelurcr in America.. This ?'v HEALLY co
RJIBE OPrORTUmTY. Do not. lose it. Tiokets at IhmafovcVs.
THE GOOD NEWS
TJH-J JiOSS JIANGJJ.
It is tnmlu ol' thu hcnl Iron, is (lic moat nin.
vi'nleiitly nrruiKcil aml tliucasii'st lou; lii);lily
repiniiniunilecl liy UiObO wlio lm v tricd it. Kvcry
riAMi:u-s v.uu itr.ATi:ie,
SwcetCrcnin, Custarcl Wlilpaixl Frnstiii); .Maker
Nocdcil 1 v overy liciUM'krrpcr. Mmpli', clioap
aml cH'eclivo. l'rirc, oiily to I'euts.
THE AMERIDANCOFFEE & TEA POT
Some poinU of nupcriorlty aro: It is a Coll'i'c
l'nl in vrliicli ran liu uwmI rltlirr ivulviTi.i'ii or
coarac convo. A flllur lliat Is lirnail aml ilsl, imil
bo rraiiK'l tliat it rnnnot 1iik iliiun In Ihu
rentcr, KiviiiL' imicli iK'ltor ruMiilt- tv illt pulcr
Izi'il coiTik!. Tliti Ixit.om of llii! lllteronly lioni)
L'loth, cyvry ilrnp f watt'r picses iliriTtly
tlirout'li thu L'ulR'u. C'all niul u.xaniine.
TROY WEEKLY TIMES
l-'rom J)ato of SiifiMOi'lptlon to
J'J1NIXAB,Y 1, 1SS5,
This Bpicial nffiT is mai!' liy tlio pulilislicrK iu
otiUt to itivo ynii an nppditiniity, iM'fnru snlr
sorllihiK fur ynnr WllKKhY papcr, to liccomu
aciiuaintcil witli llio mcrltxoi'tliuljcstnewspaner
itililitheil in tliecountry.
TlioTIMKS lias llic lari;pt rirrul.ition or any
newspapcr in New York Stato ontsiilo tlinMi-
tropnlls; it is a snpcrior lamlly nowspapcr; alilc
aml cntorprisini;, and lias a mrcnilly cilitod ng
J. M. FRANGIS, SON & CO.,
Troy, Jr. Y.
.mmm Many pecpU tttinl
' 1 1 thtmtelvetsick tindituc-
tor or lUnty or llvtr troublet, or Jysptptla, vMlt
Tht renowneit Dr. Cltndtnning, tlartUnglv tayt
itctnty-ttght yountU of llootl jnaati throuffh it onct
in a mtnute aml a ha, rtstlng not ilayor ntgh.ll
Burtty thtt tubjnt thoul l hnveeartful altention,
Dr, Orarti i ctlehraUtl ptiystcian tiat prtpartil a
tpeciflcorull heart troublrt atul l tnilrttl ttiaorittri.
11 It Inowu in Dr. iriiTr' llcurt Ut'Bulutar
atul can be pbtttlned at youritruggUti, fX.perbotttt,
Ht bottletor f S by tiprtn. Send ttnmp Jor Ir.
Cnitu' thorough and txhauttlte trtatlte. (1)
y. U. Ingalti, Sok Amtrlcan Agtnt, Concord, JT. II,
Mrs. .lamcs Stcvcns is on tlio slck list.
l-Itllo Davy Honil Is slowly rccovcrlng
from tlio canker rasli.
Ainos Ilabbit is oxlilbltln a tnnnnnoth
potato wi'lghlng four and onc-fourtli
Kuv. Mr. Jlorss of Clarendon oeeitpicd
tlie- dcsU in tbc Comrrciratioiml uhiircli,
A. .1. .loncs purposps tolill lilgfiist car
load ol potatops tbis season at tliirty
thrce cents por bushcl.
Tlio stiow lias disappcarcd from tbc
niouiitains. Wann wcatlier Is favoring
tts. wlillc fall crops are being rapidly liar
vustcd. (icnrgo WUliamson, son of M. H. Wil
linniKon, lias lntcly rcturncd froai a trip
Wost, hringing with biin a fair onp
wlioin we arc pleasud to congratulatc as
Altbougli tbc corn crop in tbis scction
is considcrcd liglit, Jamcs Woodruir
raiscl on tlio farm of ltnrlow I'owo. tbis
soason, sovcral aorcs nvcraging ono bun
drcd and forty buslicls pcr aci-L'.
I.ast Sabbath a little two-yoai-old son of
Oilbcrt I.ano aecidL'iitaly full inlo a boilor
of hot wator whioh liis inotbor bad takcn
fi-oin tlio liro, and, it was tliouglit, was
fatally scaldod. Iltit bo is now doing
well. and it is bopud will live.
V. S. llasliell has gone to Xew York
for a few days.
Mr. and Jlrs. I'rank Kandall ridc in a
top btiggy lwontly purebased.
Jlr. Ibiekinan.froin the Wost.ls visiting
his dangbtor, Mra. Kdwin .loncs.
5trs. It. l' Ilaskcll has becn spcnding
a few days in Itristol, with friends.
JIis. Mcrrill Itingbani lias gonc to
unicago lor a viit oi a iew wccKs.
Tbere are very few applos.and tboso of
inierior ijuailty ; aml priecs are higb.
Calieo ikoy is inoving on to tbc plnce
ne nas lateiy pureiiaseu ol Jirs. .lehicl
Oliver and llyron Rarnbain wont last
wcck to Obio, taking witb lliein sheop
Tbis is nicc pleasant woalhcr, wbicb
every ono secins to enjoy and niake the
inost of, ciiber for prolit or plcasuro.
rwcr onions wcre raised in lown than
for a long tbne before. l'rices aro slow
ly advaneing. '1'herc is a largo ylcld of
potatoes, ann vcry nice, largc, sinooth
oncs. Saiuucl Underhill found sonie
fHiccr speciincns aiuong his, two of thein
wcigning ncaiiy tcn pouiuis. 'lliey aro
ipiito a eurioslty, and aro of the variety
ealled Ilurbank's scedliug.
Mrs. Helcn M. Todd is again in town.
Kggs arc sclling hcre for 2,'t cents a
Mr. Irving I'ratt of Itrooklyn is visit
iug in town.
Wc notiec that Mr. and Mrs. Irving of
Xow Jcrsey aro the gnests of Jlr. It.
l'ev. Thaddcus Stowart and wlfc of
Burlington, Vt., have bccn iu town visit
Will Wrisht has purcbascd thc cntiro
stock of goods kept by tbc lato N. G.
uoructt at uiupnian's i'oint.
Mr. Howaul ltoycc, who 1ms bccn
Bcvcral wccks 111 of tvr.hoitl fcvcr. will.
as soou as be is abic, rcturn to his bnsi
ness as cierK in iii. u. Tiiaycr's storc,
Marricd. Sent .20. bv Itov. S. V. C.n.
houn, ICdwarti Young of tlils placo aml
hllen Kiee of Benson. Thu bannv counlo
bavo gone to Vasbington on tbclr wed
Bcv. S. F. Calhoun nrcachcd an Iu-
tercstlng scrnion to a largo and appro
ciatlvo congregation, last Sunday morn
ing, from tbc toxt. "Givo tne licithcr
poverty nor rlchos" l'rov. xxx,8.
Tho scbool in tho "Itloek" school
houso, taught by Miss Kloraneo Grin
ncll, closcil on Tucsday, Scpt. 2."i. The
cxainlnations and recitations wero
wortliy of mcntion. Miss Grlniicll is ono
of our best teaehers and wo undcrstand
sho Is to tcacb tho wlntcr school lu that
ELI PERKINS !
r ws m pmm 0 'pM u
On tho 30th ult. tho Ilcv. 5Ir. I'attcn
preaebcd, in the Congrcgational eburcli.
on tlie "l'crsonality and Olllec of the
Holy Ghost," a scrnion that would have
dono niany of tbc scnsational prcacbcis
of tho day good to listcn to. It was
an ablo, exhaustivc and unanswera
blcargiiincnt in favor of tlio positions
assumcd by the spcaker, and one tliat by
its elearness of tliourht and languago
sliowed that be gave his hearcrs the lien
ellt of his elose study of the seripturcs.
Thcre scoms to be a tleartb of ncws in
Thc onion tnan can bc scen every Sat-urdaj-,
crying his "warcs" only one dol
lar a bushcl.
BllslnCSS W!1S (lllifo livoll- lnst Sntnr.
day. More poople were iu town than for
George Wisell of Bridport is clerking
acceptcd a position at tbc Le3 Uousc!
nn... ir.... 1
J. H. Tborp, "tbc moinbcr from Cliar-
lottc." mailo voui onri i-iwifiilnr n onll
last wcck. John is one of thc promiucnt
as well as popular nicn in that town. lle
is a nirge larincr.
Jll'S. Dr. lnxllolil w.ns liiivioil nn Siit.
turday. Sho had boen a sull'. rcr for :t()
vears. ncr ago was about Or ycars. Sbe
loaves a biisband. .i snn nuil . il'iinri.t,.,-
The doetor's healtb is very poor. "
Col. Waltcr Scranton of Xuw Bocbolle,
X. Y., is niaking liis friends a llying
visit. Tho eolonel is looking tinolv, savs
he is cnjoying hbnself inunensoly'in liis
new hoinc and reports bnsiness good.
A sniililliT emiiitcn.'iiioo. f5nn. fl W
Grandey; eause, grandson; wcigbt, 10
DOtlmls: I'CSldlMIOP. I'nrf. Ilmirr V V
politics, probably Kcpubliean, good stock
and all riglit; agc, about 10 days. Kor
luriuor iianieuiars uucrvicw tlio general.
.Sovcral of our eitions will tako in tlie
exeursion to Xew York tbis woek.
Aiuong tlieiu are Geo. W. Koss. Mrs.
Thompson, X. .1. MeCuen and wifc and
G. K. O. Kimball, wbo goes to vUit somc
of tbc noted herds of Ilolstein eattlc on
l.ong Island, iind will probably visit tlie
eclebrated herd of iniported eattle of
oiiiiui i oweu or yracusc.
Quito a erowd of veterans from tbis
placo attondcd tho reunion at Bristol.
Mrs. Sorello Bullard, wifo of Mr.
Frauk Barton of Waltham, died on Mon
day, October 7. Mrs. Barton had bccn
ill for some weeks. Hopes of hcr rccov
erv bad bcen cntertalncd until Sunday,
whcn sho bccamc suddcnly worso, lingcr
ing until noarly a. m. the following
inorning. Thc bcrcaved hiisband and
parents havo thc sympathy of all in this,
their hour of deep allliction.
Tho sclect scbool in distriet Xo. 3, of
Wllicll Miss Wheeler of Kiirllinrrnti la
tcacher, is prosperlng llncly. " Somc
ycars liavc gono by slnco wo haro scen
our young bulics andgcntlemen wending
tlieir way toward "Tiniothy's hill,"
wherc tho sehool houso is located, witli
so carncst stcns : mul tl
upon tlieir faees sbows plainly that "lt's
busincss." Kvening sessions of study
are ln style. aml as a natural result of all
this, grand iinprovement is bclug made.
Rnltlr I L IVrnilllllfA nf fllA linrmnl cnlmal ...
o rt v v..v uuiiimi .uiuiii tib
Johnson, sho brlugs to tbc scbool new
wiivs, uoiug nwuy witn oiit iium-druin
mcthods of formcr ycars and awakcnlng
now iutercst in stiidina lm
and stalc. l'crfect order has bcen rcstor-
cd. and the best of fncllnrr liom tnn..l.
erandpupil prevails. liis hi)ped that
hero during tho wintcr, and glvo tho reg
ular school of tho distriet a toucb of dis
elpline and new ways.
MJfls 'Fannlo A. Parker was niarrhd at
tlie rcaldence of hcr parents, by Itov. N.
C. Parker, on Friday, Oct. 5, to Mr. K.
W. Bissel of Hutland. Aitbough Miss
l'arker has reslded among us but a short
tiine, sho has Kornied many f rlends and
hcr removal from town is regrettcd by all.
Tho ranks of our young pcoplo aro boing
rapidly dimlnishcd and our society can
III allord to loso anotbcr. Among the
guests from out of town wero Col. Geo.
Dunton and wifo of Cambridge, Mr. and
Mrs. Wheeler of Colchester and othors.
Many costly and elegant jiresents wero
Ulsplaycd, of whlcb a partial lUt Is glvcn
bclow : Castor and do7.cn silver knives,
prcsented by ciglit of tbc West Salisbury
young friends of tlio bride; do.en
soons, K. U. Parker, Bristol; lainp,
KlmorandMary Sbcdd, Mendon; pair
vascs, Miss Kannic Busscll, Butland; set
of spoons, C. I,. Long and faniily, Chit
tenden; two-and-one-half dollar gold
picco, P. W. Frccman, Itutiand; pair
siivcrtablespoons,Mr.and Mrs. Wheeler,
Colchester; lamp, Ida B. Parker, Xew
llaven; vase, Mrs. M. Chapin. Xow llav
cn; spoon boidcr, Miss Addic Chapin,
Xew llaven; eard reeotvcr. Mrs. L, T.
Chapin. Xew Havcn; llvc dollars, Wil
lard Tbomas, Salisbury; pair napkin
rings, F. C. Dycr, West Salisbury; dozen
napkins, Mrs. X. F. Dunshcc, Bristol.
W. II. Loinbard's liouse. aliout a lnilo
from Montpelier, was burned Satur
day nigbt witli most its contents ; loss
about si!,5()0 ; insurcd.
A general tcrui of tho Suprcnio court
is onlcied to bo hcld at Montpelier, com
niencing thc 2;td. Thero are S7 eascs on
thedo.-ket; 12 of tlicm have becn heard
once, but are ordered to bc rc-argucd.
Blaek dipthcria lias inadc its appear
anec in thc soutlicrn part of Alburli,
and is raging witb terrible malignfty.
1 hreo doaths have oecurrod and tbere are
threc very bad cases, tbc result of whieh
has not yet transjiired.
A new goldcn text was brought out in
ono of our Sunday sehools last Sunday,
whon a little four-year-old girl rose and
repoatcd for her lesson the following:
I thant llod for my new baby brotb
er?"' ,SV. Jiihnmri) Cttleiloninn.
The bnsiness portion of Passumpsic
village was burned on Sunday. Tho
llrn nl'ii'-Jn.if oil in (lm ln.ciiiiiilf.lrt t
company's mlll, whieh was destroyed,
witb Sinitb & Golbraitli's rako faetory
and K. T. II. K. Ide's Hour nilll; total
loss about t20,000, insitranee e!,000.
Friday morning, at Itoxbury, Mrs. .1.
P. Warner's hntnl. hnii -i.,i ,i...n:....
hoiKe, and Kratus SpaiiUliinr's two
barns, 511 tons of hay and .sleigln wero
burned. Tbc orisrin nf tlm tli-.. :..
cendiary. Loss ij 1,000; partly insu'icd.
A rcinarkablc man was Alcxander
Xelson, who died at liyegate, August
n. ne was uorn iu (lic saine towu
July IS, 1S02, and ahvays liveil on this
home farm. The points for whieh hi
was noted wero bis great sie and
strength. lle was six fect four inchcs
111 blgbt barcfoot, aml weighod 225
pounds. Alexandcr, kuown as 'Big
Alex," was quitc sparc and lcan, but of
great strength, so that ho eould lift a
largo eask lull of cidcr and drink from
Tho imolvency proeecdings against
Bradluv Barlow of St. Albans will sct
aslde bis transfcr of real estatc to tho
Vermont national bank, leaving its only
assets of 501,000 in railroad bonds. IJc-
eeiver Ilomlon ninef. c.dl tlincn l.,....in t-
li" cents on tlio dollar lf ho pays tho de
positors in full. Tbc Canadian Pacilio
otl'ers 50 cents for tlicm and Hcndco is
trying to gct more. lf tho insolvcncy
proceedings against Lawrenco Bralncnl
arc sustalncd they will set asido his trans
fcr of 10,000 wortb of propertv to tho
St. Albans trust company, and"tbc out
look for the dcpositor.s grows moro and
Tho IIowo Scalo company of Itutiand,
whleli has been for somc nionths in em
barrasscd eirciiinstnnfnQ li-ic an,mtiliiii....i
all Its property and notcs and bllls to
.lobn W. Cramton, .lohn A. Sheldon
and Itockwood Barrett, wcll-known busi-
UCSS niCIl nf Itlltltiml wlm 1, ...... f,.l-n..
possesslon of tlio wotks and will bore
after earry on tho busincss as trustces or
inati.H'ori 'I'lincn ....... m,,.,t n.
syudieato whieh has been eutcred into
by 22 of tho cltizens of Itutiand for tho
purposo of keeping tlio works running,
it belng agieed among tho nicmbcrs of
the syudieato that they will lcnd
their crcdlt aud guaranteo tho jiaper of
tbc trustces or luanagers to nn amount
not execeding 8100,000 at any ono time.
Thcso trustecs or managers aro to
carry on tho scale busincss ln their own
namc, wlthout any conncction witli tho
IIowo Scalo company, and will ralso
money and pay oll"tho cmployecs at onco,
and tho other indcbtcdness of the com
pany as soon as posslblo. When all tho
debts of tho company aro pald it is un
dcrstood tbeso trustces and managers
aro to surrcndcr tho property to tho
IIowo Scalo company.