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lacl ADDISON COUN"TY irOXJ3d.3NrA.Xj-
MIDDLEBURY, VT., NOVEMBER 23. 1883.
Do You Know That
48 & 50 OHURGH STREET,
Burlington, - Vermont,
Alwnys Ims in his imiucnsc stock a very inrge varioty of
Fine, Medivmi sm(i Coinmoii
OF TUENEWEST DES1GNS AND LATESTSTYLES, SPRING
BEDS, MATTRESSKS, M1RR0RS, BABY OARRIAGES,
WINDOW SI1ADES, CURTAIN POLES AND
A special ty is a Painted Chamber
Set at $18, haiulsomer and bettcr
than usually sold at $25.
Thc "Qiicen City Woven-Wire Mat
tress," "Nelson's Best," warraiited, at
We have special rates for freiglits,
and on all pureliases ainoimting- to
$100 will dcliver i'ree of all cliarge at
nearest railroad station.
All goorts warraiited as represented.
Correspondence solicitcd, and
HENRY J. NELSON,
8MITH .& PEASE,
Have prepared for :in cxtensivo fall and wilder trade. They hsive,
withont doul)t, tlie rirht goods and styles ; fncts wliieh are provcd by
thc liirgo bubiness they liavc ilone so far this season.'
Theij offer thc LA11GJJST ASSOllTMENT
to be fomul iu tJn's City of
MEN, YOUTH AND BOYS'
o ju o r tbl i m m i
OVERGQATS, ULSTERS AND SUITS,
Well made and well trinimed. The
majority of tlie Stock is manufact
nred to their own order and every
garment is warraiited. Any tliat
break away in the sewing- will be
mended by them free of expense.
Hats, Caps and Men's Furnishings,
NECKWEAR, UNDERWEAR AND ONE-HALF HOSE.
HONEST GOODS AT HONEST PRICES.
THE BLUE STORE
IIowhimI'm Opern IIoiiko Itlork,
BURLINGTON, - - VERMONT.
We wisb to announce to the public
that we liavejust reecived
THE LARGEST STOCK
DOUBLE AND SINGIJG,
IN TIIE STATE, OF T1IE
MANUFACTURE, WI1ICIT WILL BE SOLD AT TIJE LOYY
EST LIVING PRTCES. lT
STRIOTLY FIRST CLASS.
S. & O.
MIDDLEBURY, VT., NOV.
is to be
T.IIE QUESTION TO 11 E SOLVED IS,
WILL LOW PRICES MOVE GOODS ?
For tho NEXT TIIIUTY DAYS I proposo to sell tho eolohratcd
CORTLAND WAGON CO.'S LIGIIT DRIVING CUTTERS at the
rcmarkably Low Price of
My ohjcct in so doinjj is to introduco to the people tho Best Cutter
in the world for tho Money, aiul to inako room for two car-loads nioro
now on tho road.
J1" Remeinber, this PRIOE ia not nimrunteetl longer thnn ONE
MONTII froni date. Other parties handlin an inferior Cutter, inan
ufactured in the saine town by iv diflerent tinn, claini tlieira to be the
Banie as my
Cortland Wagon Company's Sleigh;
But personal oxatnination, whieh I invito, will provo this statement
to be false. I ain tho only pnrty handling this Cutter in the vieinity,
and gtjnrantee theni to be bettcr than any sold iu this locality tho last
five years at $48. Tho bulk of my stock is storcd horo, but sainplcs
are on oxhibition and for sale at T. KlDDEIt'S Ilarness shop in Mid
dlebury. ITg Biy line Robes, Whips, Blankets, ctc, coustantly iu
FRED S. HASKELL,
west Cornwall, Vt,
ALL GOOUS WARRANTED
Beautiful in Finish !
SiBrior ffl workmansliip
Elegant in Design !
Purchasing Capacity of
the People of Addison County
What sliall we do for wntcr?
Wc inuloi'stiiiKl a pnpor Is iu clrculatloii
to ralsu a fund for proi'iiriiij' watur for
stock in thc villajio. It fs a worthy ob-
jeut. so iet us au coinu uown.
Our iunrkct Is dull this wcok. Wc
quotu : liuttor. 21 aiut '27 ucnta; vggi,
'2$ ccnts. There is cortainly a i:lianc(t for
fannurs, if not on onu tllin llicn on an
V- D. Vinton liad nnothcr sliock of par-
aiysis, insi weeic.
The Aqiicdnct comnany aro still tink
criiiK tlicir walcr woiks.
.Iudge Diiuton of Ilatland was in town,
last Satmday, on busincss.
Dca. Dunir.s has movcd into hls new
rcsldcnce on Oailleld strcct.
Jt. V, Varney has his barn on Oarflcld
street llnlsla'd and painted ontside.
Irviiitf Hider 1ms movcd into M. 1.
Vnrney's housu, on Oariield strcct.
A large audicnec j;ioeted Ucv. Mr. Hur
Kcn at.the Uaptist chuifli, iast Snnday.
I'oople little in tlie villae are co-n-lilaininj;
of a soarelty of water in wells
Tlie Itristol Jlanufaetni-in conipany
aie sliippiiif; a larf,M- iniantity of eolllns
and caskcts now days.
Charley Ilanehett and wifc are al)cnt
on a visit aiinm friends iu Slielljuin,
liui'linton and Jericho.
Dr. E. G. I'i ime has ocuii)lcil liis housc.
on tlie eoiner of North and Garlicld
strcets, vacated hy Dca. iJumas.
Dca. Averill, on Spring strcct. has the
pipe laid froni his well to hls houe, and,
witli a ptiinp. has plenty of water.
The scholars of the gradcd sehool will
K've an exuinitiou next Hatnrilay even-
Ing. 'lhe term eloacson Wednesday, the
Ifcv. jrr. Coombs. pastorof thc Uaptist
church, is galning friends licrc. not only
in his own eliurch. but aniong all classcs
The autopsy 011 tho rcniains of W. 15.
Duuslieu, last wcck, was conduetcd bv
Dr. Woodard of ltiandon, assisted by
Drs. Kent. rriine, Kddy and othcrs.
They found a tunior the size of a hcn's
cgg at the base of the brain.
llio funeral of W. Ii. Dunslice was
licld at liis lato
luv. S. Gardncr
rcsiilcnee last wcek
house was erowded.
nreaclied the funeral
iliscoursc. JIo was assis;ed in the excr
eiscs by Itcv. 1J. S. Taylor. Mr. Uun
shec had a host of friends and a larL'o
eirelo of rclativcs. His fainily have the
synipathy of all.
.Tamcs Buttcrfield talks of lcttins out
his farm on tharcs to Ueorge Wriglit of
Xathau I'age has also sold to I'rank
Giiindon, and is going to G.anvillc, wc
I.. M. Kent has sold his farm to W. K.
llanks for 2.000, and bought a farm in
Itoehostcr. ol a Mr. I.oland. Our towns
pcople will be sorry to have them lcave
Mrs. Frank Hall and son of Enlleld, X.
II. .have becn visltingat l). K..lohuson's.
Mrs. and Mrs. Ucorgo Nieliois and licrtie
Shaw of South Newbury, X. II., are now
at Mr. Johnsons.
Surprise parties, celebrating tlie anni
versary of some one's marriage, aro oc
curring alm st evcry wcek. The latcst
was at thc rcsicionce of S. M. Colby, on
tho evcnlng of Wednesday, the 1 Ith. inst.
Tho Lincoln cornet band "opcned thc
mectlng" in thc door-yard, whieh causcd
'Stcphcn M." suddejily to open tlie door,
when ho bcheld inany people, so inan.v
ihat when they cntcred the houso it was
found that 120 persons wcre pn'scnt. Mr.
Colby was prcsentcd by his tricnds with
a gold wateh; liis sister, Mrs. Anianda
liush of lnistol (if wc iro correetly in
fonned) sent a cliarin for his chaln ; Mrs.
Smith Ilatuh of Bristol brougnt a beau
tiful marble-top sfuid, and llve dollars iu
nioney wcro adiicd to the other gifts.
Tlie supper was execllcnt and bouutiful
we have nevcr scen tablcs present a
llner appcaranee and a .nerry conipany
did justicc to tlie daintich spread beforc
incni. "aii wcnt nierr'as a niarriago
bell," until the "wee smi liours,'' when
the enipaiiy scparatcd, wishing Jlr. and
Mrs. Colby inany happy rcturns of the
The Congregatloual church has sccur
ed thc scrviccs of IJcv. J. K. Hrueo for
thc next six uionths. He secuis to be thc
right nian in thc rlght placo. We al
ready fcel tlie IntluciK'e of hhnsclf and
his worthy eompanlon, niul it is hopcd
that tlie sfx uionths may be inultiplied
Sehool in tho Hump district, tauglit hy
Miss Kniuia Huiup, eloed Xov. 1. as dld
also tho sehool iu thc Spcneer district.
tauglit by Ida Norton. The village sehool
eloscd ou aeeount of the ill hcalth of the
tf-aeher, Miss .Mary Avcry, who isone of
our very best tcaehers. a young lady
that Is gicatly inlssed lu soctety. It is
hopcd bhc will soon reoover.
M. W. liluchain lost one of bls work.
ing teaui, latcly.
Sebonl cooiiiiotieoil n wiw,L- ntn lnct
Moiidav iu district No. 5. Siinili (ini'i-n.
sey is the tcacher.
Mrs. A. S. Illnprlmm linnn nt, tlm
slek llst for soinctluie, but is Iniproriug,
wo are glnd to hear.
M. O. SllOlV. nirent fnr thn I'irl;Inc
Windinill coinpnny, has becn putting iu
water tunks. tubimr. ete.. fnr tlie M" iU.
tcrn whieh II. K. Tnvlnr lin I:itiOi- imt
iii his baru. Iu the spring Mr. Taylor
wiii imt a niMii'iuiii ou nis oiiru iu diive
the puinp, utu.
I. II. Bakcr recently klllcd a year-old
plg that drcscd 137 pounds.
Our supremb eourt was in sesoion on
tlie 13th. and llve cascs wcro dispoed of.
There Is talk of organizing a camp of
Sons of Veterans herc at an early day.
Materlal ean be casily found.
Tlie cstlmablo wlfc or liov. Mr. Pat
ten lias been slek Tor iiito a wh'ile, and,
tliough bctter, is not eonsldcred out of
Mrs. Kmlly IIII1 waitrd npon Mr. .lun
tieo Maynard a few davs ago, on eom
plaint of Grand Juror Helden, acknowl
edged to sclllng riim and was lined 10
and some 813 costs. At a lornicr trial
thejurv failed to agree. .1. S. Chandler
for the State, .1. M. Slade for the defensc.
A G. A. 11. post, to bektiownns.Joseph
J. llale. Xo. (10, was organlzed licrc on
the 8th by Special MusteringOIlleer ira
Klliott of Lincoln, who installed thc fol
lowing olllcers: C. .1. S. Chandler: S.
V. C, G. A. Haker; J. V. C, D. C. Iient;
O. I)., W. H. Xc.wton;0. G.,G. U. Hale;
chaplnin, C. I). IJoldcn; sergeant. N.
Atwood; Q. M., G. II. Atwood ; adjutant,
C. S. Albee. e proidieoy a suecesful
carcer for the organlzatlon.
E. J. Ilurlburt was up bcfore .lustico
II. U. l'owers. on the prcssitig invitation
of Grand Juror lieldcn, eharged witli an
assault on W. S. ISoynton. On trial It
was provcd that Ilurlb'urt struck Itovn
ton on the head with a stone. but as he
proved that lic aeted undi-r gieat nrovo
eation he was lineil only 810 and costs,
aniounting to aboutSK!. J. S. Chandler
appeared for the prosceution and J. M.
Slade for the rcsponilent.
Only a few weeks ago we had the
pleasurc of elironielhig the 7'Jtli birtbdav
gatheriug at Mrs. Kebekah Lovetfs, wid'
ow ot W. W. Lovett; but now we aro
under the sad ueccssity of announeing
hcr death on the 17th inst., at ihe rcsi
deneeof 1!. A. Uatnon. in ICast Middle
bury. Mrs. Lovett was a woinan who
was long known iu this vieinity and has
now gone to hcr rest withont an enemy.
She had lived here and iu Hnst Middlebury
nearly 10 yeaiv. Truly.a mother in Israel
has gone to her grcat and exeeeding rieh
Andrcw Itoscoe, while driving a frac
tious colt, had the shafts kieked from his
The sehool in district Xo. 4 began on
Monday. Miss Ficld of Kenisburgh Cen
ter is thc teaeher.
A general eiash of tcams occurred as
the worshippers weiv returniug Sunday
nigbt. Wc hear ruports of two earriages
somewliat smashcd up. No one was in
jurcd, as wc understand.
Sliephard Tappcn. eounty clerk of
l'enssclacr county, X. Y.. s-pcnt Sunday
in town ut his brotber's, Silas Tappcn.
The latter does not improvo in hcalth as
his friends would desire to seo hiia.
Thc young friends and sehoolmates
of Miss Mary I. Allen, daughter of
Obadiah Allen, gave hera surprise birth
day party. and had a very cnjoyable tlme,
with plenty of niusic and refivluuents.
Kcy. M. A. Wickcr of Charlotte was in
town last Saturday.
Wm. Fishcr is building a barn ncar his
residcnee on Green stre"et.
This city was never so well provided
with lifc iusnrance agents as now.
Col. J. II. Lucia lcft; this place for
Montpelier, Thuisday, to settlc there per
mancntly. Drcssed turkeys are sclling ut 21 and
22 cts. per lb., a pretty good pricc;
chlekcus at Ki cts. per lb.
I)ea. .1. W. 1'nrker and family havo
movcd into the rooms over J. N. Jlaw
ley's tin store. on Green htrect.
The whistle of thc Shade-I.'oller Co.
faetory is a wclcome sound. They are
runiiing at full speedandare iuhed whh
Goods at thc auction store are bring
ing good prices, rathcr more than thu
same eould bc pureliased for at tho rc
I. I'aradce did not sell his house and lot
on the Monkton road, last Salurdav. as
he advcrtUed, tliinking, a- the day "was
batl, he would uait a little.
Sumucr Kimball of Montpelier has set,
up a granlte momumcut ou Juilge I'ici
polnt's lot. It is a tine pieeo ot work and
does crcdit to Mr. Kimball.
Thc Lily went to Westport last Satur
day. Aniong her passciigcrs wcrc, Mr.
and Mrs. .Middlebrook, whoinakoa cliort
visit to .Mrs. Miiidlebrook,s paronts at
.Mrs. Merritt Hiird is cpiito ill.
Capt. Solon Katon is not expected to
S. S. Norton is so as to ho
.Miss Kdith Goodale has gone to Wey
bridge to spcnd a few weeks.
llenry Ilarrls of Panton has movetl
into tlie liouse with his mother.
Mr. C. K. nownlng is nioviug back to
Mineville, N. Y., to spcnd the winter.
Klla and Florence, daughtcrs. of Wll
llam Meriill, aro attendlng sehool iu Ver
gennes. Mrs. W'.'iiriHi flliliiill' a nnlt.. o!l. ...i.i.
... .. - - - .... . . . . . , I'll IX
eanker-rash, as is also tho youngcst son
of Allen Norton.
Two of thc ennal lwita t lt.it n...i
- -- .... Ilftttl-
Ing witli poplarwood wero blown axhore,
aud one was sunk, in thc high wind of
Mrs. It. 11. Wnmcr has a scvcrn sn-wlr
F. Y. Allen b:m tuoti tmri.litwlfiir enniA