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F1UDAY, DKl'K.MHKU 1. 1SS3.
Tralns pass Middlebury station ut the
hours kIvcii liclow :
Ooinc) Nokth Kxprese, 3:30 a.m.j local
exvresc, 7:511 a. in.j turtil, 3:25 p. m.seipress,
0:10 p. ui.
Goinci South Mnil. 0:55 a m.j pRPsen
ger, 4:512 p. ui.; tnlxed as fiir ne Brandon.
8:40 p.m,! exprees. 0:52.
Mailh Olobk North, 2:50 and 7:30 p. ui.;
South. 9:20 a. m.. and 7:30 p.m.
See Central Vt. time-table on last iiiro,
JfFor buineis cards und otber adver
tlBitig. see inmde pitReB.
Silverware at Wales'.
Oyeterti at MunneyV.
Dinrien at Mnrehiill's.
Christmiis candiea at Sheldon's.
Table euttlery at B. V Wttlea.
Lemong 25c. a dozen at Manney's.
See thoee tine boxe of candy at Colby's
Walton'a Vermont Heffiater at Alden's.
AroocI oyater foi'25 cents aqt. at Colby's
Biff etock of oysters of all kinds for Christ
H1H8 at Colby's.
Look at our Christtnas frooda before buy
ine eleewhere. W. H. Siiki.do.v.
Slippeis for Christmas in sreal variety at
lieckwilli io s.
Tnba.pails and all kinds of woodun ware
For Salb or exchange for lumber.apair
ofinares. w. u. ua.nyuw.
Mnrshnll has a flne line silverware at low
Full lina odor cases, brush and comb sets
at Sheldon a
Best tea very ulieup for casli at the Case
& Kulerdruff store.
For Salk. A akeleton sleip;h.
Uko. M. Flbtchkr.
Very gpecial prieea now to reduee stock
W. S. Aldkn.
Larffe line of Chriatmaa chaira at ii. 13
lloi e'a furniture etore,
Pontiac wool lioota and etockinRa, bIimpp
legginpa. lumbermen a overa, at blieldoii a
A full lina of winter trooda for man. wo-
men and child at SSheldon'a shoe depart
in an t
l.Hilins'. misses. eliildren'fl. men'a and
bovs aretics. in Kieat variety. at Ueckwith
i 1 1 nt flliiv'n for tlie best and most com
plete line of hoinespun, Ottomun and plain
There will be a carload of work horses
and bieeding inarea for aale in Middlebury
next week; liiiiuire ot W. uanyew.
More of tho-e elegant hiMiginir huniw at
Walea Twenty-two dilferent atylea at
Desirable real estnte for aale. Inquiie of
Milton A. Brooka, real ehtate and inaurance
Wanted A nair of licrht. second-liand
treverse slemhs, with thilla. Addresa thia
Th winter stock of millinery at K. K
Clay'a ia now uomplete. l'ricea lower than
For Salh. Two drivitiK horaea in ex
o.hanRe for caah. or lumlier. hay or avu
at 13. B. Ilope'a Furniture atore.
We de-ire to Hgain notify thoae indebte(
to tn that Jan. lat ia the tmie to p.iy up
past duea. b . A. llo.NU .t JjHo
A large variety ot uandiea for the Christ
inaa traue. ulao pertiiniea and loilel goou
at the t'aae tc Kider driih atore.
For 13it)le standa; braekets. hat racka
comb caaea, A;c. ao to B. B. ilope'a furni
Wantkd A responaible middle-aged to
man. to taRe (iliurire oi a noine lor ine win
ter. Aldrea3 P.O. Box 002.
A full line of 1 P. Stewart atovea at
Calhoun'a .Oall and bee thein.the t)est heat
ine atove in the market
Nf v fnlta. aateena. nluahea. olienillea. ta
pela. conla and atainped iroods ; alao a tine
diaplay of Uhriatmaa gooda at Mra. SladeV
NoTlCK. t shall eontinue iny buaineaa o
houae-paintmg in Middlebury, and sln
try to Kivea-itifaction to my employera.
Jkuomk B. Nola.nd
T.ost. Between Sheldon'aatoie and the d
DOt on tlie lhth inat. a eiuall lnemorandum
l)Ook. Finder will please leas-e lt at my
atore and obliire. W. 11. biim.uo.v,
Funa. The higheat oaab price will be paic;
for all kinda of raw fuia, Rinengand beea
wax at C. D, Karle a hardware atore every
Winter cloaka of all sizea and faahiona
ble atylea, at piiuea that oau't be bat in the
State. at K. K ClayV. Special attention
imid in thia line of gooda to tits and good
Laat ohanco to bny buffalo overooata ; a
good, whole. dark akin coat ean he lought
at BondV for S-'2, We will close balauce
of our atoek at ieaa pricea than any other
dealer in the State Call and aee.
Don'tyou knnw that the beat Cliriatmae
preaent you i:n ffive your wife and i'Hinily
fa a poliey of inauranee on your life? Take
a uolicy in the New Voik Life lna.Co. of N.
Y. l'olicies iaanel on all the lateat and
moat approved plaua. All pohciea non-tor-i'eitable.
Milton A. Brooks, Agent.
Notick to TAXPATKita, Ou aecount of
aiekneaa 1 have been unable to attend to
buaineaa aa uauitl for the laat few weeka,
conaequently liave fallen behind in my col
lectiona. Will thoae that have the re.idy
money.bntig it in at onee. and thos-e thal
have not make it their tirat busineaa to ge'
it, aa the treaaurer luust have the inoneye
OHice at H. W. Brewater'a; apecial otlice
daya, Mondaye and Satui'dayH. If any pne
linda it ineonvenient to eome to my otlice,
pleaae let me know and 1 will oall ou them.
M. A. Mu.Nlioli, Collector.
Uec. 10, lf85,
Mr. C. F. Smith, the general agent for
"Wataon'a lndexed Atlaa of the United
Statea and World," will make a peiaonal
canvasa of the towna of Orwell and Shore
him fliH I'niniiicr week. and all lmrtiea de-
airingn really tirat-cjaaa work will do well , s.crve an
to examine it, asit ia eomplete in every
aenae. The atlaa ls endorfed Dy I'rot. ii, r.
Broekett, geographical editor of Johnson'e
Knpyi:!oietlia, aa ttupcrhir to any,yet pub
liahed. (5eo, A. Kimball, aupenntendent
ofaohoola, Orwell, Vt ,aaya, "It ia the beat
I have ever aeen, not eveu excepting Mnn
teith'a or Mitoliell'a, Mr. Smith ott'era the
work 1'or one-half the priee of any tirat
claas Athus, $5. A few good men oan hud
emjiloyment for the winter by applying
Mrs. Vnn Vllct of Sliollmrn has bocn at
Col. Savilla DodRc's tlio past, wuek.
Kcv. l)r. Wobhcr proiiKlicd to tlie Utit-
land Coiiijreirntlniinli.sts .,(, Sunibij'.
l'lie snow liii a:i!n taki'ii h'iive. und
tlio outlook is for ii "srooti" Olirlstmas.
Tho post ollk'o will be (ii)en todny frotn
:M to 10 :II0 ii. in.. und froin li :20 to 7 :.'I0
Ml9 Mnv S-ivro of Froctoris speiidins'
tlu; liolldays ut licr srandfather's, L. Jl.
l'bc gradcd scliool clospd lastnlbt for
tlie liollday rcccss. It will opn natn on
Monday, Jnnuary 4.
Miss Cora I'orter is Riuk witli typliold
fever. Shc lias bocn conflnod to tlie
lioueo about a wcck.
Will II. isond bas been (itiitn siuk with
typliold fever nt bls liome in liurllugton.
Ue Is now convalescent.
Geo. A. MeDonald. wboso prcscnce in
town wna notod last wrek, bas rettirned
to bls honiu, Now York elty.
I'rof. nnd Jlrs. Wriulit wcnt Tucsdav
nlRbt to Boston, wliere tbey will rcuialn
witli frlends tliroimn tlie novntays.
Sliss Hortcmc Drako is ruuoverinK.nnd
liopca to bc able to resunio lier scliool
work at tnc eioso or ino nouuay reccss.
Dcsplte tbo bad roads, tlio inercbants of
tlie villnge bavo bad plenty of busincss
tbc past wcck attcnding to boliday custo-
Ilon. Jobn W. Stcwnrt arrlved bomc
from Wasbinuton Sunday inornltiK.
onsrcss nas adjourneu to ine tn oi
Miss Iiora Moorc startcd Tucsday af tcr-
noon for Jackson, Mlcli.. wbere sbo will
spend soino timc with frlends. Slie wcnt
by way oi .uotureai.
It. W. l'itts bas been quito ill for tbc
past wcck and cotitlnou to tlie nouso
a part of tbo timc. He was tnorc coin-
riic buticr market was a little better
Monday, the pnccs ranjnng from 20
ecnt9 down. Only a few lots, howcver,
sold at 20 cents.
Frank B. Hyde arrlved honie from New
Y'ork vestcrday and will rcinain tbroufth
the boliday vacation of the tbcoloRical
scminary wbieb bc ls uttendlnjj.
bo cbildrcn of the Conirrpjratlnnal
Sabbath scliool bad tbcir anniial t'hrlst
mas suppnr, proparcd by the ladios of tlie
cbureh. Tucsday aftcrnoon from Ii to 0
Clias. I. Cliapman canip to town on
Kriday last. Hls lie.'idfiuai ters have latc
ly been in Minneapnlis, hut a jjood deal of
lii tline bas heen spent in the inlniiiK re
gions of tlie Far West.
I)r. Klanehard bas taken down tbc
portable cotta;o that bas stond for three
years near tbe exposition buildinf; und
shipped ittoTroy, wberc it will bc sct
up and used.
,n adjournrd niectiii; of thoe intcr-
ested in the ctablishincnt of a ereamery
in this part nf tlio town will be held at
the rooni in thebasenientof tbe town lia.ll
on tlie eveninf; of Wednesday next.
The plaee of busincss of S. K. Meckin,
tbe pnpular barber and hair-dre-ser. i
over Alden s variety storc. not uniou
bloek. as erroneously stated in the bin
ini'ss dircctory reccntly piinted at this
Tli fall tcrin of tho collego cnded
Tuesdav. Mot of tho students have
srone to their homes. and a majnritv of
the faculty arc also out of town. Tbc
winter term will open on tlie , tli or
The loeal lode of Knijibfs of llonor
holds its in'tallatiou of olllcers on the
evenmt; of the aeeond Friday iu .Fanuary.
wlien it is expected one or niorc promi
nent inembcrs of tbc order from abroad
will be prescnt.
The Sundav-sehool concert at tbc Con-
j;reational cbureh on S'lnday evenlny;
was larircly attended and iiiterestln. A
lileasant featine was tbe readlnj: bv Mi
linrrows, wlio Iately retumed fnun ini
sionary work in .lapan, of a letter from
a .lanancse who hasreeeived aid from the
scbool. Itev. Dr. Tarbox also made
The horse wbich was tlio eause of the
trouble between J. C. Stapleton and 13
B. llope was on Tuesd:iy taken from
Willliun Farnhani of Cornwall by Deputy
Sheriir Kider on a writ of replcvln. The
suit is broujibt by Mr. llope. Fainham
boiiKht the hore of Cha. A. Ch'ipinan.
actinjras Stapleton's a;unt. There prom
ises to bo ouite a war and scveral law-
sults before this thlnj; ls llnally sctclcd up
Jobn S. Zelle. formerly a student hcro
and now a mcinbcr of tbe iunior elass at
Williams college. and Clarence G. Le.iv-
enwortb, in tbe emplov of tho I'roduccrs'
Marble coinpany of Rutland at their Tol-
edo (U.) urancii, were in town tlie enriy
partof tbe week. Mr. Zelie has gona to
spend tlie liolulays witli Uis s-i-tcr, Jlra
Sara;( nt. at New Ilaven. and Mr. Leav
cnwortli to hls father's in Castleton.
A. J. Marshall has iust completed i
connnodious b-irn on tbc old Copeland
lot. so-called, in the norjhern part of tbo
viuaL'o. ine main part i 'J4x.iu rect m
dimensions, with ell 20x20 and bascment
Tbe mterior is arnined to aeeomniodato
ten horses, and i.s iirovidcd with earrla
and barness rooms and other fcatures of
atlrst-elas bulldln. Geo. Lanworthy
Jr., S'lpeiintemled the work.
Supprintendent Iiurdette is crcdited in
a nutilisbed Intervlo'Y with savint: about
tbe blirbway bridjrcs in this vllhiso and
tlio town's action: '"The rallroad was
built moro than 30 years ugo. before tbc
streets were even lald out, and If wo
sliould lower tbo track It would bo nec-
cssary to relav it for balf a niilo and to
nut It so low that wat r would always bo
standing alongit. I expi cted tbey would
In unctioii ou us. I liey saul
K. Valletto and G. C. Cliapman. Anv
one of thcse, or of balf a do.en otbcrs
rcsldlng on that slde. would make a good
trustce, and that Is tbo kind wanted. It
Is to bo regrotted that Col. Fletcher de
ollncs to serve lonijer. a be has made an
exeellent otlleial and iicijulled u famlllar
Ity with villae allairs that a new inan
would not have.
Tlio Vermont Ahvood Mcrmo Slictp Club.
Tho annual incctlnK of this club will
bc held ut the Stevens' IIousc in Ver
gennes, at 10 a. iu., Wcdiieday. January
20. 1S80, for tbo election of olllcers for
tbe year ensulnp; nnd to do any otbor
bii iness that may propcrly coinc before
Morc About Slrcet Llglits.
Editor lleyister and Jonrnal: In my
formcr articlc upon tho above-named
s'lbject wc wcrc in nced oi llght. Wc
tlred at randoni and blt tlie "bird." We
shall most eertalnly have an intervicw
with that olllcial to nsecrtaln tbe num-
bcr of boys and days be pays for llght
ini; the strcct lamps, and how oftcn, and
If optinnal with tho llghter whetbcr, a
little otl from tlie UriUsrf, tn a uark niclit,
bo llghts tlicui at all? We know of onu
lamp that has been llghted but on :o or
twlco in four weeks, and that in an ira
portatit place. wberc it Is needed if nny-
whcre. Street llirlits are placcd about
tho vlllaffo for a purnosc, nnd.tf properly
attended to, thcy are an csscntial bcncflt,
and tho tax-payers pay for tbcm with
plcasurc. but if found wanting in a stor
in V nlght, tbev complaln. In somo quar
tcrs tbe lliihtinir is not coninlcted untll
near nine o'elock, aftor most podcstrians
are at homc and abed. Mr. Bird offers
ns an induccment for "tax-paycr" to
to come and see blm thathc will do all
ho can to clect hhn in hls responsiblo po
sitiou. Much obllged, Mr. liird; "tax
piiycr'' bas been thero, and reccived all
tlio honors and curscs pertalninj; to the
Stuto nnd Vlcliiily.
Tbe llrst cbureh society of Burlington
clcared oyer $100 from tbo two days'
Uiinstmas saie at tne rinu last wcck.
Tho Burlington Daibj Frec rrcss has
come out in eight-pago form and the same
slze as this paper. It ls an exeellent jour
nal botii in manner anu matter.
Kditor Humphrev of tbc Jonrnal cets
the post-olllce at Poultney, Felix Me-
Gettrick is tbo sucecssful candidate for
tbe suine bonor at St. Albaus, and Chas.
Jlurray at Clarendon Springs.
Walter II ill and Arehie Ilamiltou of
Westmore reeently attcmpted to cross
tlie lake in a hout, and wcrc swampcd
wlien near sliore. anu uarely escaped
It is said that tho Grand Trunk rail
road gains uo votiug power in tbe Cen
tral Veiinont I'oinpany bv its rccentpur
liaso ot one-lialt tlie atoek. bvery cer
tilicate bears an iiutorscinent to this ef
n Italian, natnc unknown, was found
badlv frozen In a box ear Mondav morn
ng iic.il the Sunderland depot, wbcre ho
prob.iblv spent tbe nlght. He was taken
to a hciiHe near by anda doctor suminou
d, out ue soon died. His lect anil liand
were badly Iro.en, anu it lio liad livcd
uuputiitlon would have been necessary
llie towii burieil liim.
Dummerston people are considnrablv
xelted over tbe sbooting of Fannn
ranU Dndge by Distriet beliool-leacher
Moiton IJavis. The scliooliuaster's at
tempt to dKclplittc a sebolar brouht
Dodge to the school-house, wbero after
in exolting sccne tbe farmcr was shot in
tlu-thiiili. though probably not fatally.
IJavis surrendered liimself to tbo authorl-
ties, ehiliuing to have aetcd in self-de-
Moses I3rown,40 years old, who reeently
beeame inane but was consldered harin-
less, attempted to kill hls brotlicr John
it Strallord, .ilonday niglit. He beeame
verv vlolent during the cvcning and lircd
several hots from a revolver at hls b oth
er. one ot tlie bullets slightly woundlng
blm. Tbe neighbors came to tho rescue
ind the manlae was subdued aftcr a bard
stniKgle. und will be taken to tbo asylum
Clutinpltilii A'alley Itec-Keepers' Assoelit.
Tho twelfth annual mcctlng of tbc
Champlain Valley Bee-Kcepers' assocla
tlon will be held at tho room In the base
inent of tho town hall in this vlllago on
tbo 21st of January next. A full pro
graminc bas bocn prepared. Tbc olllcers
of tho association are: I'rosldent, II. L.
Leonardof Brandon; vlee president, V.
V. Blaekmer of Orwell; secretary, lt. II.
Ilohnes of Shoreham; treasurer, J. K.
Crane of Middlebury.
-WB WISH YOU-
A Mcrry Christmas!
Happy New Ycar!
AND CORDIALLY INVITB ONE AND
Inspect our Stock!
As we have lecured the space formerly
occupied by furniture we have enlarged
our stock, and are netter prepared tnan ev
er to ehow tne eame. wo nare
A LARGE LINE
G0LD and SILVER
II III II l
F. A. BOND & BRO.
OF ALL KINDS.
large asaortment all grades and pricea,
and a laige variety of goods
And Soveral othor Lots in MEN'S, YOUTH'S, BOYS' and CHIL-
Smasli - Up Prices !
llake NO M1STAKE. J3ring your CASH and Improvo this
grcat opportunity. Tlio only place is at
F. A. BOND & BRO.
thev would tlx inatters up, but as tliey
did nothing, we wcnt to work yesterday
1 until tlie iiiiunetlon was scrved. No
1 court will Mistaiu such aetion as tbey
have taken.' Ho doubt very iiiue
wbetber be made the last statemeut at
1 triliuted to liim, M'ither he uor any onu
i i'Ise know wliat tlie coui ts wllldo. .Mr,
Burdetto is too senslblu a inau to uiak
sueh au assertlon
Tiit; annual tneetlng of this villago will
bo held at tbo town hall on cdnesday
afternoon, Jan. 0, at 1 :.'!0 o'elock. Thero
aro no special elauscs in tho warning.
Tho lliiaucial eoudltlou will be sbnwn in
tbo statcinent tbo mulitnrs aro prepar
ing for publleatlon. It will be rcinein
bercdthat a year ago Mr. Beckwlth In
troduced a resolution, whlch was adopted,
requlrlng tho audltors to prepare, print
aud dlstriliuto such a statement aud have
it in the bands of voters at leat '21 hours
befor'e tlio annual nieetln. As to trus
tecs thero is not uiiicli to bo said, cxcept
that Col, Fletcher deelines a re-eleetiou,
so that ono new man at least inust bo
ehngen. Among thoso mi'ntloned for tlio
The 18S6 edition of that exeellent annual.
Walton'e Vermont Hegisler." is out, and
may be had at all the book stores. There
are no new features, but all the old ones
are retained. It is a valuaable book to any
ermouter. and almoat every one buys it.
Harver'n Maaazlne for January is eoHal
in merit to the exceptionally good issue for
tbe eurrent moutu. A notable eliauge is
tlie addition of a new editoiial department,
tbe 'Hditor's Studv." wbieh follows the
"Uacy 'Jliair" and iscondueted by Mr How-
-ii . . .1 .J i.iil.. I!,
eu, ii ia 10 ue uevoieu euieuy io iiiurni-y
critieitun and will give special attention to
Amenean lilerary produouons. ine open-
ing artiele is on "Winter in Devonshire"
and l illuitrated. as are also is. Ii. W.
Benjamin'B paper on "Uomeatic and Court
Custoius of Peraia," "Great Ameiican In
dustriea," dealing thia titne svith the petro-
Biirn mterest: bia, a cjouthern fketcn, aua
tlie paper by Archibald Forbe the war
eorrespondent, who tella of a Cliriatmiva
wuicli lie epeiu wun ine uerman army as u
lay before 1'aris during the Francj Prua-
sian war. "alie otoov)S to uona.uer ia con-
tinued, and ia lllustrated by Abbey atter
lii-' peculiitr faabion. In aiial tiction Miss
Wooliou'a "Kaat Angela," and Mr. Howells'
'Mndian Sumuiei" are eontinued, tlie latter
approaching a concluaion. Ttiere is also a
paper by the late Gen. McClellan on "The
Militia and the Army," a Jlirietmaa aketch
ot nlantatiou life in the South, an illuatrat.
ed poem, ete. Whatever may be the merit
ot other macazinea. tlie average Amenean
likes Harptr's quite aa well as iny other,
und will an loug aa lt ia uepl up to the prea
The moat iuiportant of the papera in the
J'onular Science Monthlv ia M. Pasteur'a
communication to the French Academy of
Seieneea announeing hia diaeovery of "In-
oculittion asainat Hydropholiia. Amoucr
the other artiulea in thia exeellent publica
tion are: "TheOrigin of PiimitiveMoney;"
" Progreaa in ToriiHdo.Predietion.'' "Tlie
anetiea of the Human apeeiea: "Conimii'
nal tiocietiea;" "l'iahoutof Vater," Cfrant
Allen; 'Noiiciiiifoi inily," Ilorbert Spenceri
"A New rieluot Ameiican Mistoryj Sci
euee in ita Uaeful Applicationaj"'"! he Phyi
ology of the Feet j" a aketch of Frank Buuk
land, tlie naturaliat, and well-tilled editorial
departmentH. The Monthlv coata 5 a year
und ia publiahed by D. Appleton & Co
Phots and Mo lh
Dlteases of tlie Nerreg, Kldneya. I.lver.
Stotuach anil Uowela, and acta as a
BLOOD PtJRLPLER AND TONIC
To the General Syetoin.
fenng from any form of complamt caued by milaria it
is specially recommended, inducing a healtny action of
the Liver, cunne buiouiness in all its form.
TOILET SOAPS. DOLLS
Wby will you ufl"er liom snun anit malnria
wlien Glbnoru's Aromalic Winu lll cure you?
Tlio wite. mother anil maiil who aufTer frora
remnle wcaknuas will 11ml Ullmon'a Aroinalic
Widu u po'itivu cure.
A. Illralns of Wyomlnc. N. Y.. savn
yo ira, nna wb cup'u
liail l he iillcs lnr ncarly
by u.lng Uilmnrc'a l'llo tjecinc
LOTS OF TOYS!
to pleaae the children of all atrei, Wa claim
to have the huest ltne of
JUVENIILE AND MISGELLANEQUS
und at lower prices than ever before of-
fered in this vicinity. A fine hne of
A GOOD STOCK OF
CoNSTANTLY ON HAND,
All nnnds anld aa low as nualitv will per
mit. Come and aeleet your preaents before
theatock ia Iiroken. auuapriptions laKen
to all papera an J magar.inen at loweal ratea,
Mi.l(llo-aKe1lmenwh..lack vlgor an.l vltallty l""'V " '
m be cured lj GUmore'i AromaUo Wln.. ! poaltion are AUan Calhouu, Jobn Hyde,
"WnriU fall to exprens my Kratltuile," says Mr
neliiy uaner, oi nuaiiriiie, lenn., "ior ine ueno.
llta dcriveil Irom Aycr'a .Sarsnparilla, My yf
tem uas UIIimI wllli s.Tofuhi; hlolchea, ulrcrn,
ftinl nmttpry norea, ull nvcr my body." Mr. Car
trr was cntirulr curnl bv Avur'8 SaraaDarilla.
eight monllis ugo, and haa bad no rcti'rn of tlie
G. E. MARSHALL.
j. i. mom
rtECEivixa uis itall
Is a Nerve Tooic
which ncver fails. It
retiethcns and auiets the nervous sv&tem. and Dro-
motes retrular and qutct sleen.
e bcst medicine
plainta in the rnarket. It conuini all of the beat reme-
dies lor these diseases, and never tails to cure.
nn crv nnwiDniiMn immedui.iyi.
uulli 1 1 uuill l uuiiu and nermanent v i
cures habitual constipation, itchin piles, sick headache. i
and all diaeasesot the stomach and boweis.vMth noneol
the evihi consequent upon the use of powerfulcathartics. !
LjtLtnT UUMPUUNU "
tonic and stimulant to the digestive organs, making it ono ,
of the beat cures knnwn for dvsnemia. indicestion. etc.
CELERY GUMPOUND &irn firJS '
cure rheumatiun and neuralgia. In severe and obU- ,
nate ca&en of rheumatism, add one-fourth ounce of
Iodide ot rotaMium to each bottle, then use the medicine
faithfully accordinc to directions, and it v cure you.
utLbnY UUMHUUNU tSJS'
ence for all the diseases inadent to females, as thous-
ands can testuy. i
CELERY COMPOUND lycfi
hadt 36 years1 experience in compounding medicines.
Its intredients are purely vegetable, consisting of roots,
herbs, barks, seeds and nowers, the names of uhich are
gjven on the Ubel of everv bottle. It is tlie best medU
cine in tne world lor aged people, quieting, U.acmg and
toning the nervous svstem.
UtLhRY COMPOUND K.S?,,SS
ln (rreat variety of Btylcs anrt at vnrioui prieea
to sult the wtiuu of all ln neoil of olothinc, atid
will eell it at
as the samo cooda can be liad for anvwhcio.
Call, lnepect hl gootls and aatlefy youraolrca
(hat tho above eiatcinentsare facta. Ilts atock la
LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE,
andcontatna more bargalna. Tha novaltlpa tn
Hats and Caps,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Havintra flne aaaortmant ol the moat faahioo.
Dross Suits, BusineoB Suita,
aml Mcn'a wear irencrall
the lateat itvlea and ma
etantial manner and at BOTTOM 1'UICES
y, tip ntll cut tasm ln
iko them up in a aub.
Sopt. 1, 1JWI.
SI 11)1)1, ERUUY, VT.
for 5.00, and may be obtained o( every wholesale and
retail druggist in tlie United State or of the nropnetor,
M. K. l'AIMli, Windsor, Vt.
ti To introduce Tlie Celerv Cfimnotiiid in
places whe re JttiUrs do not havt it in sttHjt:, I will, on
receipt of tuo dollars, send two bottles to any address
rtew .nguna, secureiy pacKea ana express cnargea
paid. 10 vour nearest exnress omce.
a. u. i iatlt-K, Lrtnerai weitcru
Wabuh Avenue. Cliiciio. IU.
lota on Collcge llill lor Mlt.lHt 111 town
U. D. TWITCHELL
Came lnto my enclnaure, about Nov, 15, a two-
yfar-old oolt, bay, ono hlnd not nbito and acnr
on other liind letr. Owner la reiucati'd 10 prove
propcrty, pay cnargcs anu taKe 11 away,
Wett Cornwall, Vt., Nov. 80 lbS5. S0;3w
FARM FOR SALE
The Siimnor farm. aituatt d ono mlle north ol
thia vlllaKO on the Now llavsn road, contalninjr
2W acres. nas a goou variety 01 auu ior
MEADOW, PASTURE AND PLOWING.
la well watcrcd; buildinca In fair condltlon.
will anil all nr ono.half. L'ontiderlnc: lta uoar-
nes to tbe vlllare and ita qunlity, thia farm la
rhuap property and a good invraiment for any
one. Such land, ao near anv other placo of this
alie, oould not be iwukui ior twice mn mnnoy.
U. I). TWITCHELL,
Middlebury, Vt., Ott. 11, le6. 2:tf
FOR HEATISU I1UT TIIE CELBBEATED
all aizea of which we keep in atock. Alao varl
oua other makoa of the beat kinda. I.tkewiae a
full aaaortment of the leading
HDon't fall toaeo our elock boforo ptirchaaing,
aa we navo ine largeat Dotwaen uunaiui tna
8TEAM AND WATER PIPING AND
FITTING, AND REPAIRING
promptly executcd ln a workmanllke manner.
Middlabury, Vt., Aujr. H,