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KMDAY. NOVKMHKK !10, 1SSII.
Trau'lcrs' (Julile.
Tralna pnm Middlebury stntion nt tlic
liuttrs glvcn bclow :
GotNrtNoMit ICxj'res8,n:30a.m.; paesen
gcr, 8:03 b. m. i tnail, 3:30 p. n : : express,
5:50 p. ln.
Goino South Mnil. 10:20 a. m.; pnssen
(jer, 0:10 ji. m.; mixed as i'nr nn Brandon,
Ht'&i p. m.: exjirpps, l):37.
Mails t't,osn North, 3:10 ntiil 7:40 p. w.;
Soutli. 10:00 n. ni.. und 7:10 p.m.
Seo Ontral Vt timo-table on last pngp.
I3?"For biiHi-iePs cards and othnr ndver-
tisiiifj. seo immleiMiges.
T liaii lisl vl Procluinntion.
CJTATK OV VliKMONT, j In conl'ormlty
kJ Kxcrutlo jK-imrinif ni. wiui :i timiMioii.
nml custmn ol' Nuw KiiKland, and in ncrorilnnro
witli llie ir clamatifm ol tlio t'rcsidcnl of thc
l niti'd Stulcs. 1 iiliiiiilTllui:siiAr, hii:Twi:n.
i Kixrit 1ay or Novi:mui:ii, nkxt, :is :i il.iy ol'
TliiiiikKllii; and lTntsc to AlniightT tifil I'or
tlio inmiu cialilo bicstiiiga wlilch lie Iuib ln
pliiwcd ii)iiii onr Onnmimicnltli.
On that day Ut llie iicoplu lay asidn tlicir nsunl
l.ilicns, and ln llie winctiiaiy and in llie liousulinUI
Sive lllllng I'xprrMluii to tlicir grnUlurio and
gladncsB.
In llie liappy obeervniice of tliis lumcst fcsll.
val by tlii! lennion or nimiliPB and Iricnils, lct
nolllio uirei'inn and unlortnnnto bo I'orgotlcn,
Init lct tlii'ir wiiMh iu-iTliou'il liy that rharity
w litcti is twlce bli-m-ri lilessiiiR liim llial glvrs
and lilni that icccHun.
Ulvcn undcr my linnd and llie Scal of Ihr Stnte,
at Sliellmin, on Ihu tliirty.fli'Bt day ol Oetobir,
A. I). 1SS3
JOIIN L. BAKSTOW.
Hy tlic (InTcrnor,
lir.o. V. Wu.r.s,
sjwrctary of l'iil ind Jlilltary AITalra
Local Notices.
Silver war at Wales'.
Silvor wure at JlarshaU's.
Weddinff pi'PKi'iitH, at Walen.
Piaries I'or 1884, at Gauvin & Co's.
Oysterf 30 conts a quart at Manney's.
New buckwlii'iit llour at Sheldon & CoV.
H. I!. Dodge has two new buggy wasons
for salo.
Kall diess soods and trimminRS. at E. K.
Clay's.
Go to E L. Stowe for nll kinda of stenoil
Chri,tiiiaa goods at Miss Phinney'H Varie-
ty store.
Skati'H and sleds for the holidays, at K
L. Stowe'ti.
Knit leRRiiiBS and liiblieis, to lit.at Beck
with & Gs'o.
Snbserinlions I'or n(8paeri) and perind'
ic.als, at (iaiivin & Co's
Keceiyed. at K. 11. Clay's, full line ladies'
iackets and ulsters.
lieuver liuls niade over in the latest
shapos at lUrs. WardV.
II. H. Dodao has two Queen of the Har-
vett separatoi's. to eell at eost.
11. 1!. Dodge has m set each of lieavy
and liKht traversc sleiRhs lor sale.
Letter paper and envelopes the best for
tlie least money, at it. Maisuan s.
Ciiomiiber nickles, all ready for the ta-
ble, 4d cts. Hr ffal., at Sheldon it Co's.
Any onti wantiiifj soine nico boiled cidei
can (iet it at onr store. K. . Hmit & Ut).
Subi-criptions to all paimrs, niiiKazines,
&c, taken at flnb rates at Marshall's,
Uorn Kradu'ator. warranted a snre oure.
at the old Case & Kider dius store.
I ani now rei'eivinR the new fall styles of
millinerv. !,. k.ulay.
At Aldcii's Varietv store niav be fonnd
coiii)1oIh iissortment of f'resh soods at low-
est posibli pnces.
Kxainine V. A. l!ond & ISro's. stock of
boots, shoes aad nlippers beforo l)iiynif.
Siuendid styles, low pnees.
500 overcoats. caretillly selented nien s,
vouths and children's. Pnces lower than
ver bel'ore. at K. A. Hond A; Hro's.
Dnll'alo and wolf robes, lmlfalo and eoon
coats, laruesl stock and lowest pnees at I1
A. Uond .V Ibo.'s.
H. U Stowe will show you a tine line of
ladies and Kent s sUates, at lns loomsim
der Iiodge's. See his ad.
Gient bartmins at K. U. Clay's in child
ren's tiimined hats, 2.1 and SOoents, wortli
$1,00 and s" 1.2.1. Call and see theni.
The tobacco forinerly kept by J. F.I'ierce
can now lie loiind at our store.
K. W. Hinn .t Cn.
You will find tlio lai'Kest stock of furni
nr in tnwn nt 'rmmei's. anibat the lowos
Diices. Come iuul examine. We will show
you cheerfully. R. V. l'itts. Manaffer.
Givevonr orders in at Lavonclm Ilros,
forturkeys lor ThanksKivintr. They will
have a tine lot oi them Saturday and ilon
day.
Try witch liazel oiiitment. lireiiarfd byl
A. Grover, Good for rlieiiinatisin.soreness
and laniHtiess of all kunls. t'ound at tl
driiKRists in Middlebury 1.1.rfw
TIiiish wishincr to niake arraunements fo
the People's Cyclopedia would do well to
see or address Chas. A Piper, ilr. Allison
liaviiicr left the busmess witli hiin
.lo LaKock wants to buy lioultry at his
place of businets, Seyinour street. neurly
oppositn the cattle yarils. l'he limliest pnc
paid for iM)ultry alive or dressed.
NonrE. I have bouclit tlie lnsurance
lmstness lately owned by .Inson Davenport
I reniesent the stroucest ooniliaiiies.iriclud-
inff the "Sun," the oldestand larKest in the
WOl'Ill. J. U. BTAri.KTON.
People are warned against laiyiny al
buins, Uibles, etc, of irresionsible partiee
who are travelinf? about town telliriK )oor
Koods on Instalmeuts at oxorbitant pnces.
JJuy of hoino dealers, and getyourmoney's
worth. J. K. Gauvi.v.
Save Money For yeare I have taken
suliTiiptioiis lor newspapers and periodi
oals at Bieatly leduced prices, liut r.ow will
do better and receive theni at cof.t.
Wn. S. Alokn.
Kemeinber, H. V. I'itla represents the Vt.
Life Insurani'u and The Accidental Co, of
North Ainerica two of the best and stronR
est conipanies doiinj business in this State.
Ollice, 1' urniture Kooinn, TupiierV block.
In anticipation of uiakinK boliday pres
ents, you will do well to look at the tine
line of toilet and peifume sets. etc ete
useful articles uh wellasornainental, exhib
ited by Sheldon & Oo as well as the
beautiful slip)iei-s and kid shoes. Their
bootand slioo deoartment is coinnlete.
l'arties desirina insurani'e will tind it for
their interest to call ut my ollice or I'on es
lioud with me by niail or teleeraph. My
agency eomprisert the Htrongest conilianies
m tlie woilil, unil represents inore cupital
thau any otheriu Addison county. Ilesides
8ecurinRxtho lowest rates possibln.you will
obtuin at my iifrency those conipanies that
liave been tried iu this vicinity in the past.
and have a record well known, for the
proiupt adjustment and payinent of losses.
L. IJ, Kldhkihik, Ak(.
Middlebury. Vt.
Since my card aiieai(l in tlie Rkuiktkh
last veok, 1 Imve liad sutiicieiit eiicouraKe.
tnent to warraut me iu kiviiik rourse iu
eiiiiianship. All those that have fully de
cided to join the class would oliliffH by iu-
rnrtiiliicr ti,n tit flm lutat nfltcA nt ntic. Hri I
mny be able to niake amingeinents to meet
........ .
WMlcoine. II a laiRe class is procured, I
wj exb?nd the eourso to twenty leBHoiiH
Mrithout extracharpce. It will e uiipotuulilu
to cominence the trm the tirst Monday iu
Ilui.uinliur Iml iw.li,... uill lw irivun in nr(
week'a HuaiHTKR. of the liour. date hIul
Place Bchool will meet
Gkouub E. Hanmo.np,
Local NW8.
Mr. and Mrs. A.
.1. Sever.inco of New
York are in tnwn.
Tbcre will bo servlccs at. St. Stoplicn's
to-tuorrow at 10 o'dock. A. M.
Tlio Deceinbi'i- teriu of tbo coitntj'
court opuns n wwslt fioin tiext TuuMlny.
Mlss Mnry MuClurn of GcorKctown,
Jlass., 1s visiting at Pcter Cliampagnc's.
Hon. Carlcton Stovons of Vorgcnnes
was rcglstcrcd at tlic Addison Housc yes
tcrdny. UtttterBold lictc, Monday. for 25 and
27 conts. Tbcrc wcrc coinparatlvoly fcw
peoplc ln town.
l'rlnclpal Mcad is spending a portion
of tlio vacatlon ln Alliurgh, whlthcr lio
went on Saturday.
Tlicro will bo a gcncral class-tncctlng
in tlic Motbodlst cliurch noxt Suiiday
niorning at 0:15.
) Mrs. Aurillu Mornson starts to-ilay
(Wodnosday) for I.ansingliurgli. i. 1.,
to spund tlio wlntcr.
ltcv. C. S. Siritli of Montpelier, secrc-
:iry or tlic Vermont lJomusne iuission-
iry soeiety, was in town yesiertiay.
Hon. Jobn Y. Stewart. cocs to 'Wash-
nirtoii on Fridav of this weels. Tlio ses-
slon of Congress bcgins on Monday ncxt.
Tlic llair on the Sniltli & Sholdon block
was llylng, Monday, in honor of tlic
ovacua'tiou-day celebration at New Vork
eity.
II. 15. Bolop. Avho was rcccntly gradu-
Ued froin tlie collige, is ln town, 11c
i:is becn t.tudying niedicine in New
Yorlt.
l'be Crescent elub held a tnoeting on
Monday rvculng at G. 1). Miner's, Court
street. Tlic cvening s aniuscinent closea
witli dani'iiig.
Tlio nrudontlal coinuilttco of the grad-
ed distriet have deeidcd to have a vaea-
ion at the holidays, beginuing Ueecinbcr
21 and ending .lanuary 2.
The deinand for hay was nover bettcr
than this year. I.ocal dealers haveuioie
orders than they can 1111. I'rices range
froin S to S!( a ton, tlic latter lor the
best.
II. P. Stitnsoti, a graduate of the col-
eire in tlie elas ol isi,was nere on
Friday last. lle is easlner of the Kansas
Citv (Mo.) Safe Deposit and Savings
bank.
Tlio Adelphi soeiety, composed of
Graded school seholars, gavc an euter
tiiininent in Acadeiny hall oti Friday
evening. The proceetls amoiiuted to
ibout 20.
As aiinoiinced last wcek, the Thanks-
giving tliseoui'se, to-inorrow, wiu ue
preaehcd uy l(ev. Jtr. I'aiiner, pasior oi
the Haptist chureh. Tlie tiuion services
will be held ln the Metbodist chureh.
Tlie outlook is for an ttnusually pleas-
ant Thanksgiving. hast year tbo weath-
cr was eold and stonny, and on tlie hat-
tndav followhii: thcro was a licavy lall
of miow that rcniained ou the ground
till spring.
l'he fall terin of the Graded sehool
elosed on Fridav with intorestiiig exer-
eises. which wcro listcned to by a large
iiuinbei' of the parents and fnends of the
seholars. The wlntcr tenn opens on
Monday next.
Theie is not lnuch inoney in thc onion
liusiness this year. l.ots liave ueen som
here, rcccntly, as low as 25 eents a liush-
el, tliougli tlie general pnee is soinewiiat.
lugber. 1 ii vears past tney nave urouuiit
is liigh as $1.1(1 a imsiiei.
l'atrick McCorniick, the teainstcr, is
unfortunate. Last suumicr his horsc
.1 p,t,i.irl 1it.ul .iffnt. iirau-lnir tlw, otnmn
liro e.ngine to tlie papor-miii uridge. uit-
icns raised :i lund anu uottgnt liim an
other, and now that is dead.
A musivale was clven last Friday eyC'
ning at Br. Sutton's, by Miss Lucla. iu
honor of hcr friend, Miss Davis of Wat-kin-i.
N. Y'., who was with her at the
Conservatory of Music, Iloston. About
IU wcrc present anu passcu an eiijoyauie
evcnmg.
Mrs. Williain Fitts of New Haven was
(Uiite scriously iniurcd here on Friday
evening lat. Sho and her hushand had
been to vislt Mrs. Fitts' niother, Mrs
George Hiintiugtoii, on Soutli street, and
anout eigiit o'ciocK started lor noinc
When in front of G. C. Chapiiian's thev
uiet II. li. Ilolden. Thc teatns collideu.
Mrs. Fitts was thrown forward upon thc
dashhoard and badly bruised. Her in-
fant, which sho had in her aruis, fell to
llie ground, but was not hurt. Mr. Hol
den's shouldcr was injured, and thc shafts
of Mr. Fitts' wagon wcro broken. Mrs.
FitU was earried to her niother'svaiid
coilld not be taken houie till Sunday. v
'' ,neiiian Langworthj, one of the oldoAl
nnd best known of our residents, dled
Friday niorning last. He was 7(5 year
or airc in .luly. llis ucaitii liad uecu
faillng for inauy inonths and his death
was not uncxpccted. The iinuiedlatc
cause was exhaustion brought on by
eoiiiplieallon ol tllseases. Jlr. I.ang
worth' canic to ailddlebury froin Ver
gcnnes in 1821, with his brothers My
ron, George and Harry who have llved
here since that date. He was a meuibcr
of a largo fainlly, consisting of four
boys and eight girls. One of tho latter
was the niother of James M. Slade of
this place. Mr. Langworthy lcavcs one
son, Williain U. Ile was long one of the
proinliicnt business uien of this town and
vicinity. About iKid lio rorincd a part
ncrship with his brother, Myron, and his
tuotiier-in-iaw, mo late James M. Slade
underthe (Irm naiue of.IamesM. Slado
& Co. They kept a country store, carry
ing on a vcry lieavy trade in general
uicrchandiso as well as in luinber and
wood. They also operated tho forge at
Kast iiitiuiebury ror rix or seven years
iiiiii suuseiiueniiy a snovei lactory 1
Salisbury. In 1801 Mr. Slade rctired
froin the llrin. For ten or cleven vean
aftcr that date Myron and Hciiian did
liusiness logetller unuer thc uanio o
Langworthy & Co., but about 1808 tooli
In Charles 1. Langworthy, who remaiucd
a ineinbcr ol tlie llrin till it was dissnlyed
soino two years ago. Thelr place of husi
ness was the store on Mcrchants How now
oecupicd by A. M. illiaiusou's uiarket
They wero onoo burned ottt, but rcbuilti
Mr. Langworthy beeanio a iiieuvbcr pf
the Mcthodist ehurch 1!) years ago last
spring, and was for forty years a class-
leailer. Ile was always prouiincntly
identitled with the chureh and its inter
ests. The fuueral was attended from the
resldence at two o'eloek Monday after
noon. Ilev. J. W. (Julnlan otllciated. Tho
beareis were l'rof. Seeley, Albert Cliap-
lnan, G. U. Uady and Calcb Mortou. A
(luartette, composed of Mrs. Foote, .Mlss
J Tupper and Messrs. Lovctt and lijchartl
o.i., .uwt.u u ujuiuoumi nciii -oiu-
eial favorltes of tho deecawcd "Jesus.
1 iov(.r of nty Boul," nnd "The Uoiui) of thu
. u rni,,. .iielw.n.j,, ,ii.i ...
! ?,."'y ,i,M,B. , Vs L "votC' t
"Kcieii ui iua nin iinu nuiK iu mo eiiurcii.
, Ho was said tho prcacl.er, a thorough
j Methodlst, belioving fully Iu the doe -
trlRcS ttU pollcy pf his Ueuouiluatlou.
His loyalty was nover qucstloncd. He
was convcrsant with tho scrlptures nnd
tho hymology. Ho was a grcat lover of
old liyinns. and frcquently quoted froin
theni in prayer and exbortatlon. His
convlctlons wero strong and positlvo. Ile
was ofte.n plaln spnken and always earn
cst. And he rctaiued his natlvo llre to
thc lat. 11c was ncverlacklng In ndellty
to thc cliurch. Ho usedlo say hohad his
"ups and tlowns, but nover lns andottts"
in his rellglotts life. He was very eon
stant ln his iittcndancc upon chureh. eon
tlnulng to bo rcgularly present till withln
a few wccks bcforc his death. Said Mr.
Ouinlan. in concluslon: "I can say
nothing in additlon rcgardlng his life to
coinfort his fricnds; you are comfortcd
in tho llfo ho has Iead and in tlie rcwaru
ho has galncd. 'lllcsscd aro tho dead
that dlc in thc Lord.' "
Uratlcd Sclionl Itoll of Honor.
The followlng Is thc roll of honor in
the sevcral departnicnts of the graded
school for the terin endcd Noveinber 21:
Illnh school fMiss Gcer.tcacliert llat-
tic ltolton.Emtiia Dorsoy, Florence Ford,
Kdith Howc, Fannic Knapp, May lloss,
Gortrude Adains. Abblc I'aiiner, IJIossom
ahncr, Jcnnlo lli I lltitrs. Cora l.ingham,
Minnic liowdlsh, Lottie Elnior, Hattlo
lamiltnn. Gertrude .lauics. Nelllo Mead.
(ddie Parklll. Estclle Itobinson, Mary
Wilhuartb. Houicr llain. l'rcntiss Hoyt.
hcstcr l'arkhiil. Albert l'helps, Lee
helps, Leslio IJaine, Sabins C.innan.
Graniniar school (Miss Oakes) Gardie
Vllcn.Kausom lJenedict.Mcrlin Morrison,
ilobn Murphy, Shcrmau Ilcnienwav, Ste-
phenl'l -of, Hattio llrown. Nellic lSacon,
Mattio Howdish, Jtcna l'uriion, iiattie
irker. Laura Bllliiiirs. Mattio Ficld. Au-
irusta Hamilton, Alarv Kceler, Mary Lee,
Mamic Jlttrphy. Jcnnie JMurpny, Adiiie
Vond, Mary Wales. llattlc ,lamcs. In-
terinediatc (Miss Hond) Ocrena Yoittt,
'.llie IJisaell, Ajrj'ie IJunean, Louis Gcc,
Iloward Dorsey, Wlllio Hanimond, Hal
Seely, Charlie Uieh. No. 1 (Miss Waugh)
1. ,....! , ..,.11.. I. Xl
Dciuia ikiaiueiu, iviiiuu iuriiiiui, .ui
lie Donahue, Uora Hatiimond, Lena Tra-
y. Agnos oostcr, Nelson beyinour.
No. 3 (Miss Hcin Auiilla Manore, Lu-
ii lialey. .lennie I'nincy, Uertic biiiitn,
-ena oostcr, Ida Cady, Ucitio Farns-
worth. Allie (allioun. Niekie l'owers,
Johnnic Selleek, Locko Sooly, Parklc
Willianison. No. 2 (Miss Mcad) Annie
lleatty, Margic Ilill, Ida llayes, Jcnnie
liathaway, rlora l.arock, Ucrtio MccUin,
lulia Oarnoy, Wlllio Gaudet, George
Mullen, Daunio Sullivan. No. 1 (Miss
O'Leary) Maudio King, Katie MeCue,
iiary Kooiiey.Kd'ito Hcattj',i.ouis liruya,
'rcudle Alityn. Ueorgic hteeie. licnry
1'eters.
State nml Vicinity.
Georre llrown of Montpelier, 14 years
old, was fatally kieked In thc head by a
horse, Monuay.
ltcv. Mr. Thoinas, pastor of the Sleth
odlst cliurch in Tinmouth, died, last
weck, of pueumonia.
Miss Lavina Lincoln, who died in Chel
sea, Oranjre county, theotherday, would
have been 100 years old next Septeinber,
One of Burlington's big lutnber tlrnis
lllled, last weck, an order lor sixty-tlye
earloads about 800.000 fcet of luinber
ror export.
Lewis ercck, in Ferrisburg!!, is said to
c drying up. ltesidents of tbo vicinity
say Its sio is lcss than hall what it was
40 years ago.
A wild woinan is reported iu Whiiiple
llollow, in ltntlaud and i'lttsrord. run
ning about the hllls seautily elad and
terrorizing tho feminhic portion of the
coiiiuiiinity.
An unknown uian had his coat-tail
taken oll' near a crossing by a passing
cngine. He was, it ls said, hardly In a
cnndltlon to apprcclate his dan'ger.
llenniHijton lianuer.
l'rlnclpal Leaveuworth of the Castle
ton iiortual school, forinerly of New-
Havcti. was iiulte scriously iniiired, Sat
urday niglit, hy falling down stairs, He
was iincoiHcions lor some tiinc.
Uuring the perfornianee of Whittnore
& Clark's nilnstrcls at WiiHNor on Wed
iiesday, Nov. 21, Geo. M. Clark was pre
scnted witli a very line silver icc water
pitclier scnt by his friends living in
Indsor.
Keceivcr Hcndec of the Vermont Na-
tional bank states that the aggregate
auiount ot claiins llled against that de-
funct instittition is 8298,000. This is cx-
eluslve of tlio claiin of some 20.000 dc-
posited in the bank of Trust coinpany
fuuds, which has not yet been allowed
by the rceciver.
l'he taxpayers of Montpelier vlllage
have under consideration a propositiou
uiade by Mr. .1. W. Ilrock to build a sys
tein of water works at a cost of $80,000.
Mr. Hroek asks tho village to glve liim
20,000 in llve per cent bonds, or 820,000
in casli, iu return lor wlueli he will build
tlie neeessary hydrants, keep theni Iu re-
pair and suppiy theiu witli water, and
also furnish water for any other publle
purpose, frec of charge, for ten years.
l'rivatc consuiners will be supplied at
reasonable rates. Tho source of the pro-
posed water suppiy is llerlln pond, with
a twelvo-inch piiie I'liiininir therefrom to
a rescrvoir to be built on one of tbo hills
suri'oundiug the capitol. The project
eontciuplates aiiaiiueduetsystem runuln
through evcry street, with llfty double
Hydrants, Kates at street corners, etc
Thc propositiou will be subuiitted to the
village inceting 10 be held Deeetnber II,
and it accepted Mr. Ilrock proniises to
hayo the water works complctcd hy Oc-
tober, ihhi.
The con3tant feellng of belng "played
out" and "used up can reauiiy ue re-
niovcd by usiug Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
A 8KN81W.K MAN Wot'i.n ITSK Kemii'a Hal
Bam I'ur thu Tliroat and I.uiikb. it U curiiig niuru
tifca of Cnuh'liB, ColclH, AaChina, ItnnicliitU,
Croup, and all Tliruat aml I.unk' trouiiluK, thau
any olher inodiciiii'. Thc liroprictor Iisb author
izcil It. Iliirlmnl tu relunil yuurinnncy II, alter
tnkiui; tlirci-Iuurtlni ofn liottlo, rcllcfUnut ob-
laincti. itico oo rcnts anu 1. Triai bizc irctf.
TAYI.Olt llAlt I'ON At tlie M. K. I'arsl
aue. Middluliury. Movcmbur '16. uy Itev.
Oiilnlnn. Cl'irenco K. Tavlor und Annie K. 11a
rtun, all ol Mlddlclniry.
'
lllltl FOIl
Said larm i
s Bltualud In the town of Weybridge.
VI , auoui kix iniiuK iriaii ntioiiiuuury anu ai
iriuii vcrgi'iini'B, at iiCioriucniioi aiiawe aiuim
tuiu. (tcuntaiua
ABOUT 100 ACIiES.
About 100 nrrca undcr cultivatioii, in tiasliire
nnd mcadnw land, aml IJ0 arrea woml-land. It in
the best watomi lana ln Vermont; thcro ro
1 four troiiKths witliln ten rods or the l-oue. The
Iiouboho and n half sU.ry lilgli. with wing
aud wood ehed. There aro St fect of ptazza ou
the l.oueo. It lias a Pi.le.idid cellar with cement
ooiiom, auo corn iiouoc, norse uarn, noit iien.
';' ''SSIl VruU l5" "oU '," ull "i
, tirtw "Wfoi
1 thu farra,
WJS AlllS N(VP TAKING
BUT AT A
LIVE AND LET LIVE
PROFIT.
QET OUR PHIOES BEFORE YOU
HENEW.
G. E. MARSIIA LL.
IN SELECTING
YOUlt
Christmas
Presents
BUY S0METHING USEFUL AS WELL
AS QRNAMENTAL.
WE HAVE A FINE STOCK OF
Meriden and Rogers'
SILVERWARE.
G. E. MARSHALE.
OHAINS.
BRAOELETS,
PINS
EAR JEWELS,
CUFF BUTTON9,
SCARF PINS,
RINQS, ic
PHOTOORAPH and
AUTOORAPH ALBUMS,
SCRAP BOOKS.
BAOKGAAIMON BOARDS,
DIARTES,
BLANK BOOLS.
LETTER PAPER.
ENVELOPES, &
ALL TO BE SOLD
AT VERY LOW PRICES,
BV
G. E. MARSHAIX
AT MINER'S OLD STORE.
E. P. CUSHMAN
Ilas oponcd, nt Beckwitli & Co.'s
DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
VKIiVKTS lClaclc
X T2. I JS
WOOLEN
Cottons,
I IIESI -1 L VSS MI)S at LOW FIUCKS.
Middlebury, Vt., Soptoinbcr 14,
FOR the
Sliced Dried Beef.
Corned Beef.
Chicken.
Salmon.
Lobster.
Mackerel.
Sardines.
WE HAVE ALWAYS A FINE ASSORTMENT OF CHOICE CAN-
NED FRUITS AND VE6ETABLES AND A FULL
STOCK OF ALL GROGERIES,
XKTo Soliclt YOTjn OHDEriS.
F. A. BOND & BRO.
SHELDON & CO.
W. H. SHELDON.
III
III
Drugs and Medicines, Groceries,
and
Boots, Shoes
WE HAVE
lst Thc best of Groceries.
2d Tlie best stoek of Eoots, Shoes and Kubbers in town.
3d Pnre Drnj's und Medicines, and coinpotent phitrniacists to diul
pcnso theni day and night.
OUR SPEOIALTIES ARE :
FIKE GROCERIES, PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, AND THE
BEST OF BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS,
OUR MOTTO:
Small Prof its and Good Value.
GQODS DELIVERED WITHIN THE VILLAGE LIMIT8 PROMPTLY.i
SHELDON & CO.
SKATES
AND-
All Yaricties
.A. T
All Prices.
TFo have a Full Stock of
SKA TES and FIXT URES,
and Sleds, and invite In
spcction. E. L. STOWE,
UNDER II. B. DODGE'S,
auadlelmry, Yt.
old stniid, A FULL LINE OF;
nul in olors.
IX 1 13
TARNS,
EStc, Eto.
1883.
TABLE !
Fine Pickles.
Chow-Chow.
Olives.
Salad Dressing.
Catsup.
French Mustard.
Halford Sauce.
W. H GODDNOUGH.
I
M U
and Rubbers.
S. HUNTINGTON & CO.
ci" RE now ablc to show tlie LARG"
& EST LINE of ILLUSTRATED
BOOKS singlc and in sets in plain
and extra Trcc Calf and Morocco
bindings, including all the choice books
from AMliRICAN and KNGLISH
PUBLISHERS together with Fine
Russia, Seal and Alligator goods, in
cluding Portfolios, Wallets, Desks,
Card Cases, Frames ; Large and Sniall
Easels ; new patterns niade from hard
wood very elegant ; Large Pictures,
colored and plain; PRAYER-BOOKS
and HYMNS ; ALBUMS of all kmds
and bindings ; l''me Pocket Cutlery
Fancy Stationery, Book Cases, Dic
tionary Holders. Our facilitics for
showing goods have been doubled this
year, OUR STOCK MORK THAN
1JOUBLKD, and we are better pre
pared to D1SPLAY ad SELL oods,
and WILL K've better Bargams than
ever before. It will ay you to look
over our Stock before placing any or-
ders for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
S. Huntington & Co.,
BQOKSELLERS & STATIONERS,
liurlingtoii, Yt.
( J V I I! II

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