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.A.T1.C3. AD3DISOKT OOXJnNTT STOTJRJSrjJiJm
MIDDLEBURY, VT., NOYEMBER 30, 1883.
Do You Know That
48 & 50 CHURCH STREET,
Ahvnyn hns in his iiomoneo stock a very largo varicty of
Fine, Meclium and Commoii
OF TI1E NEWEST DESIGNS AND LATESTSTYLES, SPRING
BEDS, MATTRESSES, MIRRORS, BABY CARRIAGES,
WINDOW SI1ADES, OURTAIN POLES AND
A specialty is a Painted Chamber
Sct at $18, handsomer antl better
than nsually sold afc $25.
Thc "Qnecn City Woven-Wire Mat
tress," "Nelson's Best," warranted, at
We havc special rates for freiglits,
and on all pnrchases amonnting" to
$100 will delivcr free of all eharge at
nearest railroad station.
All goods warranted as represented.
Oorrespondenee solicited, and
HKNRY J. NELSON,
SMITH & PEASE,
Ilavo prepurcd for an cxtcnsivc full and winter tradc. They havc,
without doubt, tlio right goods and stylcs ; i'acts whieh are proved by
the lurge busincss they havc done so lar this scason.
They offcr the ZAJRGEST ASSOJITMENT
to be foiuid in this City of
IWIEN, YOUTH AND BOYS'
OVERCOATS, ULSTERS AND SUITS,
Well made and well trimmed. Tlie
majority of the Stock is manufact
nrcd to their own ordcr and every
garment is warranted. Any that
break away in the sewing will be
niended 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
Hownrrt'N Operu IIoiikv ISIocIc,
BURLINGTON, - - VERMONT.
rr n nn
We wisli to annonnce to the publie
that we havejust
THE LARGEST STOCK
DOUBLE AND SINGL.E,
IN TIIE STATE, OF TJJE CELEBRATED SYRACUSE
MANUFAOTURE, WI1ICH WILL BE SOLD AT TIIE LOW-
EST LIVING PRICES.
STRIOTLY FIRST CLASS.
S. & O.
MIDDLEBURY, VT., NOV.
TIIE QUESTION TO BE SOLVED IS,
WILL LOW PRICES MOVE GOODS ?
For tbo NEXT TlIIItTY DAYS I proposo to sell tlio oolebmtcd
CORTLAND WAGON CO.'S L1GIIT DRIVING OUTTERS at tlio
renmrknbly Low Prieo of
My objcct in so doing is to introduco to tlie peoplc tlio Bcst Cuttcr
in tlio world for tlio Monoy, and to mako room tbr two car-loads moi'a
now on tlio road.
Rcmcinber, this PR10E is not gimrantced longer tlmn ONE
MONTII from date. Otlicr parties hundling an intbrior Otittor, innn
nfactured in tlio saiuo town by a difloront firin, claim tlioirs to bo tlio
samo as my
Cortiand Wagon Company's Sleigh;
But personal cxainination, whieh I invito, will provo tliis stateinont
to be falso. I am tlio only party handling tliis Cuttcr in tlio vicinity,
and giiainnteo them to bo botter tlian any sold in tliis locality tlio last
fivo years at S4-8. Tlio bulk of niy stock is storcd lioro, but Bani)lcs
aro on exliibition and for salo at T. KIDDER'S Ilarness shop in Mid
dlebury. Big lino Robes, Wliips, Blankets, etc, constantly in
FRED S. HASKELL,
west Cornwall, vt,
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
Beautiful in Finish !
Elegant in Design !
Purchasing Capacity of
the People of Addison County
is to be thoroug"hly tested.
II. II. IJroun of Urooklyn. N. Y., will
spenK nt, tii ciiiiicii, on sumlay, IJoceni
bur !), ut tlie usual liour.
Mr. G. W. Ilarton lias rcttirnnd from a
trip of sevcral wecks' in tlio West.
Mr. lllrain Thonipson lias crcctcd a
flnp inoiiuniuiit to the nicniory of liis son,
Ilon. E. S. Dana is stlll conflncd to lils
room. I5r. (3ale of Orwell Is tliu uttcnd
Mrs. Chns. I'cck is quitc out of liealtli,
and lias cmw to Vorfjpniies for a fcw
wceks to be treated by l)r. llopktns.
Tlie Ladics Aid socletv sent tliis weck
a barrel. contalnin beddlnatid ulotblng,
to tlie Warner IloiuealSt. Albaus.
OwiiiK to tlie luinutillous liablts of tliis
people. olllcial biisiness is dull. and Con-
stanic Uuiwell lias cinbarkcd 111 tlie
Mrs..rlia Langdon of West Itandolph.
Vt.. lias bccn in town the nast week.
A Burlington jarty has been placing a
nanusonie "raniic stone at tlie irrave of
lier husband, tlie late Ilarrison S. l.ang-
Mrs. Ilcnry GifTord and hrr sister.Miss
Carrie Katon, left last weck for Kimoas,
intcndtiif' to rcinnin throii"h the winter.
Mcssrs. Gillbrd & Katon havc been for
niany years ongnced in shcep ranchlng
m inai aiatc.
X. .T. McCnen is sclling linrnesses and
Kev. G. K. Ilall has aeecpted a eall to
Dover, X. II.
.Tohn Cook's baby was baptiscd in tlie
Kpiseopal elnireli, last Suud iy.
liarnant Hros., are stoeklng their liar
ncss shop heavier than ever before.
J. G. Spaulding is ercetlng a jiorch
over the front door at his residcnco on
X. .1. MeCuen lias been gradlng tlie
gutter in front of his storc. It is a great
A teniperance organizatioti has been
formed in tliis plaee. It niects in the
vestry of tlie M. K. chnreli.
Petcr Hlair of Ferrlsbtirgli had tlio
inisfortnne to lose one of his horses. It
droppcd dead in tlie road while hu was
driving hoine from this placc. ,
A largc amount of poultiy was shipped
from this point last Thursday for Uoston.
and the weather has not so far been vcry
favorable for a profltable investuient.
Fivo nioo Holsteiu liclfcrs have arrivcd
at tlio station from Massaehusetts for G.
F. O. Khnball. Ho has purehascd a
tlioronglibrcd bull fromPineGrovelierd,
Jndge Harrington of Weybridge, one
of tlio associato judges. is roported quite
low from a paralytie shook. It will hard
ly bo possible for hiin to be ablo to at
tend the Dcceinber tcrm of court.
Mr. M. I'eters, tlie popular traveling
salesman for W. II. II. Davis & Co.,
wliolesale dealers in neekwear. Uoston,
Jlass., was in town last week. The boys
are always glad to sce "Mell."
The water eoimnissloners are laving
plpes to the residenee of Mrs. Dr G.
Melggs, north of tlio depot. The Central
Vermont railroad compauy will tako the
water to the tank for thc use of engines.
Theladies of St. Panl's parish hold
weekly meetings at the hotise of Mrs.
Bradbury, to tuake up elothcs for the
heathen abroad. Lots of tliem ncar hoino
will want to be looked af ter before spring.
W. R. Dalrymplo is closing out his
stoek of groceries and other goods. Ho
is to 0 on the road for some eity house.
Mr. Dalrymple lias bullt up a laige trade
by striot, attentiou to busiuess and fair
A sudden deatli oecnrred at tlie ri
dence of lr. Coluinlius Siiiith on the
evening of Saturday, Xoveinber lT.when
Slary Anno Tomsky iiassed away. She
had been soniowhat 111 with dyspepsla J
ior severai inontiis, out on tlio even inr
of Friday, the lCth, she was attaekcd
and dled within 21 hours, of ncuralgia of
the heart. Iler ago was about 20 years.
She had been a meiuber of Mr. Smith's
fanilly some seven vears and was held in
hlgh esteem by them. Sho had a eurlous
history. At the thno of the Helle Isle
aeeident In Canada hen 200 nerions
were drowned bv a traln runnlii!? from a
bridge into a rivcr slie was pieked up in
the water. Heragowas then about slx
months. Sho never kuuw lier narentairo
or natlonality. The namo she took was
that given by lier foster parents. Whcn
13 years of ago she was sent to tlio States
from Montreal and has sineo llved at Mr.
Mrs. Tliomas Ficld of Ferrisburg has
had nliio shcep killcd and threo injured
The steamcr Water Llly, plylnc bc-
twecu Vergennes and lake ports, has
been laid up for tlio winter.
Ilon. F. E. Woodbridgo is to oceupy
the law olllco at Vergennes reeently va
cated by Col. J. 11. I.ueia. who lias re-
uiovcd to Jlontpeller.
E. W. Wheeler boutrht. four tons of
turkeys at Vergennes, last Wednesday,
for tlio ltostou iuarket, and the total snle,
of turkoys and ehiekens wero nbout 14
Mastcr Jlilo Benedlct. tho niaulst of
Comwall.who has been studylug for a
fow years past under Mr. l'etersllea of
Uoston, Is uow in Europo with hiiu for a
four years' study undor somo of the creat
uiasters at Berlin.
A telophonc llno betwcen llurllugton
and .Montpelier has been oponed.
Mrs. Enos Hnlton, agcdOO, wasburned
up with her liousc, Saturday niglit, at
Slmon Franklin Glbbs of Gouldsvllle
(Xorthllcld) coininlttcd suicido tlie 21 st,
The Grand Army has made aniuciease
of 18 posts and nearly 1000 inembers in
thc State dui ing the pastyear.
'J'he general term of the Suprenio
eourt at Montpelier closed last Friday,
atter a session of over a nionth.
Tlio iiolato ;ro throughout Vpi inont
Is reporled to bo miieh liettcr, and at
least one third larger, than it was la-t
A boy at IMymouth. nained Oison I!ut
ler, weighed two liundred and forty-llve.
pounds on his twelfth bli tlnlny, Xovem
Thc post olliee at Bellows Falls was
roblied thc other niglit. The safo was
partlally broken open. but the bttrglar
got notliing for his palns.
The eomptroller of thc ein rency has
authori.ed the Faetory I'oint national
bank of Faetory I'oint to begin busines
with a eapital of .10,000.
Tlio roof of llcni-y Carpcnter's lioue.
at Faetory I'oint. was reeently blown oll"
duriiig a storm. A part of it was diopped
in a swamp nearly 100 yards distant.
E. IJ. Bristol's houe, in Falrhaven,
was burned carly last Friday niorning,
with contcnts. Insured in Vermont Mu
tual. The origin of thc llre is uiiknown.
George Tulley of Kutland mysleriona
ly disappeaied two weeks ago." Ilis hat
was found on the bank of the ereek
near the villago and aseareh for his body
is in progress.
Tlie niglit of Xovember 20. C. I,.
Clnirchlirs horse was ftolen in (ioshen,
and on the samo niglit anotlier resident
of the town lost a harness and wagon.
Tlie stolen property was found in Wal
lingford by Sherill' I'eabody of Kutland
eoimty. At last aecount.s the thii-f had
not been eaught.
This story is told of a (laysville hotel
keeper who was troubled with eold feet:
He bouglit 3onie aieohol andput into liis
boots and poured some on his stockings
while they were on his feet. He than
sat down to tlie !3tove to hcat it In. Tlio
stockings took Uro and liis feet were bad
ly bumcd and blistered before lic reaeh
ed a water elstcru and extinguNhed the
The Brandon silver mining, of wliicli
mention has been made, isn't altogether
lu the liopo of tlnding treasuro hiddon
by Spaniards. The mine is in a ledge of
lnetal-beariiu: ouartz whieh has nli-enilv-
yielded small (piantitics of silver, and tlio
niiuers nopo to kiii two blrds with one
stone, by Ilndlng ilver ore in (juantlties
that will pay to work and also, perhaps,
thc buricd Spanish bars.
A Montreal dispateh savs that Sherill
Quesnel of Artliabaska seied tbe wholo
of thc Southeastcrn railway Tlmrsdav,
but a coinpromise was niado regardiiig
the movables. Thc sei.ure was for a
elalm of .'10.000 by thc township of
Wiekhani. The sherill' lias forwarded to
the Olllcial Gazette a notioc of salo for
Jauuary 2s. hx-Governor Hendee of
Vermont, reeeivcr of tlio bank, is now in
.Montreal enueavorlng to airange Jlr.
Barlow's all'airs in rejrard to tlie Soutli-
eastern road, wliieli are dailv beeoming
Thc Baptist aunual shows that them
are seven assoeiatlons, eoiitainiiiLr 11 1
ehurehes, with au aggrcgate uieniber-
sliln of 0410. Tlio uumber of nastors is
08. but a number of theso supply two
enurciics. 'iiie nome expenses aggregato
872.105 and the benovolent eoutrihutioiH
9221. The couvention aided lo ehurehes
in supporting pastors at a cost of 817.'f0.
A State niissionary is also einployed.
One pastor has died duriiig tho last year,
and everal others who were formerlv
pastors iu the State. There are Sun-
ilay sehool, with 10.V.I ollleer.s and teaeh
ers and 7022 seholars.
Threo iiersons were kllled by the ears
near Montpelier, Friday niglit. Williaiu
Melntosli and his wife of Berlin started
at about dtik to atteud a Grange meeting
at. l.aneville, a small plaee Detwcen
Montpelier aud Xorthllcld, and on their
way they overtook MUs .Mary llouse, a
ilauhter of l!ov. .lo'epli llouse of Ber
lin, whom they asked to rldo. Only a
short distanee from where Miss llouse
got in is tlio Ce'utral Vermont railroad
erosslng, and as they eame up to it the
Ohicago express, wliieli leavcs Montpe
lier Junction at 7 p. ut. and whieh was
then runnlng at tlio rato of llfly mlle an
hour. eame Into sight. The wonicn beg
ged Mulntosh to waittiil the traiu pased
before erossing tho traek, but ho rushed
upon thc erosslng, whcn the enginu
struek them. Jlrs. .Melntosli was thrown
soveral feet, terrlbly mangled and in
stantly killed, aud Miss llouse was
thrown moro than 40 feet. reoeiving in
Juries from wliieli sho dled iu a few
liours. Melntosli died Saturdav morn
Ing. Tho celebrated Burdett-ICstey organ
sult was heard beforo thc Uuited States
Supremo eourt at Washington, last week.
Thc ease inyolvijp tho pateut on wliieli
thc trlplet reed organ is bascd. of whieh
morc than 40,000 aro in use, lillcy ltur
dett was fonuerly a partncr with Iaeol
Estcy it Son of Brattleboro, aud he elaiius
tliat in 1807 they stolo away from hiui
tho sccrct upon whieh this pateut is
boscd. Tho eircuit eourt, .ludges Blateh
ford and Whcelor, gavc hiin a veidlet of
$101,000, from wliieli the Esteys appeal
ed. Mr. Evarts of Xow Vork eonduets
tho easo for the Ksteys, and E. J. 1'helps
of Burlington, for Burdett. The latterls
uow a wealtliy organ uianufaeturer at
Eiic, l'a., but at the timo of tho pateut
hu was poor, aud thc monev upon wliieli
hu worked was loaucd to iihn by S. M.
Walto, then presldent of tho FirstXatlon
al bank of Brattleboro. Thc loau was
made for a half intcrcst iu the prospee
tivo prollts. If Burdett wlns the suit,
oue-lmlt the net proeeeUs will go to