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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 23 November 1883

Sfte lacl ADDISON COUN"TY irOXJ3d.3NrA.Xj- VOL. XLVIIL MIDDLEBURY, VT., NOVEMBER 23. 1883. NO. 47. Do You Know That 111 48 & 50 OHURGH STREET, Burlington, - Vermont, Alwnys Ims in his imiucnsc stock a very inrge varioty of Fine, Medivmi sm(i Coinmoii FURNITU OF TUENEWEST DES1GNS AND LATESTSTYLES, SPRING BEDS, MATTRESSKS, M1RR0RS, BABY OARRIAGES, WINDOW SI1ADES, CURTAIN POLES AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS. 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 seven dollars. 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 promptly answered. HENRY J. NELSON, Burlington, Vt. 8MITH .& PEASE, Fashionable Clothiers, Have prepared for :in cxtensivo fall and wilder trade. They hsive, withont doul)t, tlie rirht goods and sty...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 23 November 1883

LII'E L.EAVES. Tlio day, with its sandah dlppol m dow, Has passod through tho ovoning's goldcn gnto?, And a sinslo star in tho oloutlloss bluo For tho rislng morn in silonoo waita ; Whilo tho winds that sigh to tho languld hours A lullaby brcatho o'or tho folded flowcrs. Tho lillos nod to tho sound of tho strcnm, Thnt winds alomr with lnlling flow, And cither awnko, or half ndrcam, J pass through tho roalms of long njo ; Whilo (acoi pcer, wlth many a smlio, From tho bovrers of Memory's magical isle, Thoro aro joys nnd sunshino, sorrows and tcar?, That check tho path of llfo's Aprit hours, And a longing wish for tho coniing years, Tliat IIopo ovor wreathcs with the fairost flowers ; Thero aro friendship guilolcs ) lovo asbrlght And puro as tho starj in the hnlls of night. Thero nro ashen memories, bitter pain, An 1 buried hopos, and a brokon vow ; And an nchine hoart by tho reckloss main, And tho (ca breezo fanning n pallid brow ; And a wanlcrer 011 tho hholl-lined shore, Lislening f...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 23 November 1883

AMONG T1IE FUN MAKERS. TEDBITS DISHED OUT DY THE WITS OF T1IE PEE3S. Tlio Tcrrlblo Smiill Iloy.-Oh, ITlnm mn Ilrntlior (nriliicr Dlscoiircs ii rniiioim HIcii.-A l.nkcslilu ITIus- Titn Tr.nmni.n bmalti boy. "Mr. Crimsonbcnk, will you sliow mo our clnckcii3 if I como ilowii to your liousc sorno dny?" askcd little Johnny Ycast of tlint gcntleman. thc othcr cvcn ing, whcn ho niul his wifo wcro cnlling nt tho Ycast rcsidcncc. " Why, Johnny, I ilon't kccp chick cns," rcplicd Mr. Criiusonbeak, gcntly patting tho boy on tho licad; "wlmt mado you think I did?" "Why, whcnovcr I hoar mamma mcn tion your namc, sho ahvays calls you tho hcn-peckcd husband ; but I can't bco how you can bc hcn-pcckcd if you don't kcep nny chickcns." Johnny suddcnly vanishcd from thc room, and took his fathcr's clcvator for thc garrct. Stater.nan. oir, MAMMA. "Mamma," saida prctty young woman of Clifton, "I havc becn reading an in tcrcsting articlc on thc wcaring of thc hair among Japancso womcn and its sig nilicanc...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 23 November 1883

Two Papers for tlie Prioe of Ono. Good Cheer is n hnnilnoinely rititel monthlv moilcl fnmil.y arerof 10 piiges. It is fuil of briglit tliings, suitod to tlio tnstcs of old nnd young; notaonsation.il, lmt intoroHting nnd iustruotivo. It is cniofully oditcd, nnd lins nniong its con tributors somo of tho best writers of tlio couutry. Only tho best litcrivtnro is eon tained within its liaRcs, l'ho Now YorkJ CtiristiuH Adrovole snys "Ileipfnl trf tho best intcrcsts of fuinilioH nnd by fnr tho bcst porindieiil of it-s eliiss wo lntvo1 yot soou." The Clirixtian Uiium siiys': " Wo eiitinot lnivo too ninny pnpoi-s of this oIium." The Xew ttntjlmnl Journal of iditcntion snys: " lins giiincd tho re npoot :iiiil nfl'i'clion of every conimiinity inlo whicli it hns boon introiluce'l." Wo luivo miido iirnniRi'iiiciitHby whioh our roitilorn ean havo thiM imper. After Oelober l nll old Hiibscribers who pay ii)i nrronragen nnd ono yonr in ndviiuco will lwoivo Good Circr ono yonr, freo, nll new MitliM...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 23 November 1883

F1U1A. N0VEMHK1! itf. 1SSH. tho TravoK'rs' (Juiilo. Trnlna n.iss Middlebury stntion nt liours givcn below : OolNii North Kxvress, 3:30 a- m.; iinssen pr,H:(l." a. m.j iiiaif, 3:30 y. m ; : nxpress, 0:50 . m. (lot.vo South MiuI. lusiin. ni.j passen- Kv, 0:10 l. m.j inixim iih lur ns brandon, H:'Xi i. m.: Hxtinw, S)::i7. M.Mi.s Cuwk North, 3:10 anil 7:40 m,; South. 10:1X1 a. m.. nnd 7:10 p.in. See Central Vt lime-tablo on lnst lnipp. fWFor liiiMness enrdn nnd otlinr adver tisiiiff, see inside iiiftts. Local Notices. Looal Nowa. Mr. Georgo U. llainiiioiul tulUs of stnrtlng a wilting peliool. soon. Sl r. Kugeno Twltclii'll renclied linnip on Ttii'Sday. Hc lnul bccn to llrk'im, Montium, wltb cliccp. Kepatrs linvo Ihm'Ii madi' on tho stopa of tho Congivgultniiiil cliuicli. and tliu ualk in front has lieen gruvelcd. Mussrs. N. A. I'oiklns and .1. 1J. Cobb iurlvcil honic from tho West last Satur day. Tho band has rcsuined iiraclluu. Thcro was a surprlsc party, Wcdnos day I'Vi'iilng, at tho ...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 23 November 1883

IMPORTANT TIME OHANGE- Clinngc In tlio Timo hy TOltlch tlio Jtiillrondfi ot tlio Country nrn Itim. ThochangesmaUoonBunday, Novcmbor 18, in tlio timo by which nbout nll tlio rnllroads In tho country aro run, cannot bo brought nbout, nt tlio best, without considernblo frlctlon, snys tlio Sctentiflc Atncrican. In Boston, for instnnce, thcro Is no littlo oppositlon to tho puttlng of clocks nnd wntches back somo sovcntcon nilnutc3, ns will bo nocossary undcr thouow provlslon for "Eastern standard" timo, but ordors havo bcon issuo d for many of tho pub'.lo clocks In that city to bo so rcgu latod, nnd, as tho wholo rnilrond systora of tho Eastern Btatos will bo controllod by this standnrd, tho provnlling opinlon scoms to bo that tho innovntion will bo gonorally ncceptod. Thero may bo somo who will nt llrst carry tho two kinds of time, tlio "stnud nrd" and tho truo, as can bo rea dlly dono by havlng two minuto hands on a watch; thls & now froquontly practicod to keep both Now York nnd B...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 23 November 1883

FAItM, GAItDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. Irlsli l'ntnlo Cntiliifr, ' ThoscicntificoxpcrlincntB in New York lnst scason proved notliiiig. Eycs wcre out slnllow nndcut lcci. Tlicn tho po tatocs werc cut in the ordinary way imil medium sizcd potatocs planted wholc. Lnstly, peclings, pared closc, wcro plnnt ed. Of nll thcso cxpcrinients nonc of thcin cstnblishcd any supcriority ovcr tho old way of cutting tho potato in shiga or scctions. "Wc tliink it will bo fouiul in tho conclusion of tho cxpcrinients, which aro to bc continucd, that cutting in tho old way good solid body to tho cycs, without cxtrnvagancc that ia to say, without dividing up thc tubcr bctwccn tho cuttlngs is thc bcst, taking all things into considcration. Droppcu into dry soil, such n cntting is not ns casily shrivclcd up as a peel or shallow cut cyc, nor cvcn as a dccp cut or gougcd out cyc, and it has jnoisturo of lts own for tho gcrm, bcsidcs somo fertilizing matcrials for carly growth. This plnn of cutting aleo lcavcs a largo...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 23 November 1883

mSku SAI.KS OF SIIKEP ltecordeil In tlie lter,lMcr of tlio Vermont Morlno Blieep llrpcdem' Annoclntlon. II W I'rlmc, llrnndnn, Vt, to S S I.nsk, Ksq, Vlclor. X Y, 1 nuii from llotk W 11 I'orter. It T AlcOtilley Kroi, l.co's Silinnilt, Mi), to It 11 UlarU, Kilsworlb, Knnnis, 2 rains; 1 from llock nru IliiiH'illrt nncl 1 liuinJ A Foot. H T Moonoy, Jobnstnwn, U, to T M lnks, i! rains frum flnck uf II M llntuim; t .1 11 Nulmm, Iturnet, Toxas, 1 ruuii to 11 II llnnniiui, nlloy irlnR, Texus. 'Jrnins Iromllncic of K II MnitiRim; In Mn Mary Fllnt, Castell.Toxns, lfrom flock nl II M It.ttiun iiml .1 IroniK ll Alnttlson; lo II (1 l.coily, Darllngtnn, Olilo. lr.imlro n flock ofFH Alntll-on; to N Wliltlcn, 1 rnm lrom fluck oril M llntlum. F .1 .Myrlck to Clierblno A Wllllamsou, 1 rani, A Manchester to K II Killington, llramloii. Vt, 4 rniiis. K II Knrrlngtmi, llranilon, Vt, to ,1 II Dcnnls, Asbtcv, Olilo, 1 r.llu Irnni Hoek ol A Manchester. A W MnrliiK, Mendon, Micli, to Uoo l'e'lct, Mendon Mlc...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 30 November 1883

9ilPlAttiflW .A.T1.C3. AD3DISOKT OOXJnNTT STOTJRJSrjJiJm VOL. XL'VIIL MIDDLEBURY, VT., NOYEMBER 30, 1883. NO. 48. Do You Know That I11S 48 & 50 CHURCH STREET, Burlington, Ij Ahvnyn hns in his iiomoneo stock a very largo varicty of Fine, Meclium and Commoii FURHTURE, OF TI1E NEWEST DESIGNS AND LATESTSTYLES, SPRING BEDS, MATTRESSES, MIRRORS, BABY CARRIAGES, WINDOW SI1ADES, OURTAIN POLES AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS. 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 seven dollars. 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 promptly answered. HKNRY J. NELSON, Burlington, Vt. SMITH & PEASE, Fashionabie Clothiers, Ilavo prepurcd for an cxtcnsivc full and winter tradc. They havc, without doubt, tlio right goods and styl...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 30 November 1883

Chocso ns Food. Olicose scrvcs two purposps. It is food and it promotcs tho digcstion of othcr food. As food Jt 1s tho most nu tritious of all nlimentnry substances. Thisis ehown by tho f!gurc9 givon by Dr. Frnnklnnd as tbo rcsult of a long seriss of carcful cxpcrimcnta with nli mcntary substances. Food is tho ma tcrial which produccs forco in an nni mal, or rathcr -which cnablcs tho mus cular systcm of an aniraal to cxcrt forcc, and it is valuablo and cllcctivo in pro portion to tho amount of forcc which it cnablcs tho musctcs to oxcrt. Dr. Frankland's cxpcrimcnts wercconductcd on the basis of tho wcight of a ccrtain kind of food which would cnnblo n man of. 100 pounds wcight to raiso himsclf 10,000 fcct. IIo found that 1.15 pound of chccso in this rcspcct was cquivalcnt to 1.28 of oatmcal, 1.81 of flour, 1.33 of pca mcal, 2.34 of bread, 8.C3 of lean bccf, 5 pounds of potatocs and 8 pounds of milk. Thus chccsc is tho most uscful of all thcsc foods. Uut ter bas tho cquivalcnt rutio ...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 30 November 1883

A PALACE FOR ITIS IIOME HEHny Vir.tAED'B MAGViriCEITT RESIDEHCE IN NEW YOEK. A Coltmnl ltiillilllir .1I(iiI-1im1 nflcr 1111 llnliaii l'alurrxIlN i:tcrlov nnil Iulcrlor, imtl llx Cof. A New York lettor gtves thc followiug dccription of tlic rcsidcnce Ilenry Vil lard, prcsidcnt of tho Norther 1'ueilie railroad- Hcnry Villnrd, tho railroad mngnato, lms ncarly complctcd his new rcsnk'iicc, or morc propcrly rcsidencos, dii Mndison nvcnue. Thc colossal strtic ttirc occupics nn cntiro block, having n frontnge ou Mndison nvonuc of 200 fect. That part which ho will occupy is on tho corncr of Fifty-tirst strcet. Its frontnge is sixty fect aml its dcpth 100 fcot. Tho othor wing will be pcrfcctly similar cx cept that it is dividod into thrcc houses, nnd betwcen llio two wings is a court cighty fcot in width and sevcnty-thrcc fect in dcpth. That portion of tlio build ing back of tho court cxtonds back forty fcot beyond thc wings and is a doublc Iiouso of itself. In thc contorof thc court willbcp...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 30 November 1883

1 6oo Cheer ANI1 Two Papers for tlie Prico of Oue, GooJ Cheer is n hnndsomcly prititoil mouthlr moilol fnmily pnpcrof 10 pugcs. It is fuil of bright things, uuited to tho tnntos of old nud yomig; not Honsntionul, but intcrcstiiig nnd instructivo. It is ciirefully cditeil, nud haa ninong its cou trilmtors somo of tho best writcrs of tho coimtry . Only tlie best liternturo is con tninoil witliin its pnges. Tho New York Christian Atlvocate snys "Helnful to tho best interosts of fninilies nud by fnr tlie best ncritxlicnl of its clnss we hnve yet seeu." The Christian Union says: " Wo Ciumot hnve too uinuy pnpcrs of this class." Tho iVcir Enrjland Journal of Kdiiatt'wn wiyn: " Uns gnincd tho re Kpeet nud ntreetioii of every eoinmiinity into whieh it lms been iutrodueed." We hnve mndo iimiugoineiite by whieh ouv lendew eali lmve this iaier. Aftur IMolier 1 nll old siibseribers who puy up iiireiivnges nnd ouo yenr in ndvnueo will reeoive Gootl Cheer oue yenr, freo, nll new nuliscriln'iH pny...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 30 November 1883

0 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 a...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 30 November 1883

COTTON. Tis Iwrn of tlie burden of Toil From tlio strongth ond tho spced of tho plow, Itsprings from tlio hoart of tlio foII, And tlio seeds tlml nroglorlfiod now, In tlio toft-furrowcd flolds o tlio South, It rulcs o'or tho renlma of tho grnlu, 'Tis crocn tliroujh tho glooin of tho tlrouth, 'Tis fnir through tho fn'.l of tho roln. With blossoni3 oC purplo and whito, With lo.ivo4 thnt nro vernal in huo, Tis fed by tho nir and tlio ltght, 'Tis nurturo.l by suushino nnd doiv; jt springs from tho brcast of tho oarth. Tis rifo with rarocolor nnd hoat In nmrvcls of mnsicnl blrth, 'Tis kiug o'er tho corn nnd tho wheatl Tho procrcant pulses of Jlay Bcnt undor its riponing boll; And latcr it lives in tho rny Of tho light that illuminntos its soul. TVas known in tho land of tho Kat, Through nges long silcut nnd dend; With womlers of wliitnoss incrensod, To tho wnrnith of tho South it 1s wod". Tis gnthercd from vnlloys nnd hllU; Inopulont bnlcs it is bound; With orient boauty it illls Vnst nc...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 30 November 1883

LIFE AMONG TIIE MORMONS. A CORRESPOKDENT DES0RIDE3 A VISIT TO SALT LAKE CITY. '1'liv. Coim(r)- I llio lUorinniis .Soiiit tliliijr About Tlicir Clilcf City Mor nioit 3Ieu iiml Woniuii, A Salt Lake City lcttcr to tho Chicago -Vcim says: "Tho two niountain rangcs travcrsing Utah runs pnrallcl for n long distancc, nnd, mcctjng at lnst nt cithcr Dnd, form a vast nmiluthcntrc, cultivntcd, Wcll scltled, a vcntablc gardcn, full of grcencry, nnd dottcd with lakcs nnd iimpid strcain1?. In thc north, ns onc would scc if clcvntcd nbovo tho country in a balloon, lics Salt lake, listlcss, dull liued, snlty; nnd south of it is Utah lake, with clcar, frcsh watcrs, in whosc depths Iho mountains nro mirrorcd, nnd from tho shorcs of which cultivntcd liclds ox tcud to thc vcry foothills. Uut nll Utah is not a gnrdcn. Jlouiitnin rangcs and dry plains pralominnte, nnd while carc and lnbor niay cvolve cnough producc to rcndcr thc Tcrritory notcd in somc dc grco for agricultuic, thc rcal wcalth will comc f...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 30 November 1883

SALES OF SHEEP Kcconlcil ln tho ltvglMer ir tho Vermont jVferluo Sheop llreedeis' Assuclittlon. L,T Wrlght, Middlebury, to Ucll & Morrlson, Cambrldiu', Ohln, 1 rum, Jnhn OkIIvIc, Croton.Ohto, to Jnmca Mycrs, Unriroril, 2 rnnis, Wlllliim LnVulloy, Middlebury, Vt, to A J Flclds, Vt, 2 cwcs niut 1 rnm, I M Ouslimntt.Wesl Windsor.to A I' Densmorc, 4 (wei to Wlllliun Anthony, 3rams, Jamos Fortics to Chcrbino & Wllllnmson, 7 cwesi to lloraco Mnnly, Iicnson, 3 cwcs, 1 from llock r 1 1 .! Adnms. I' II li.invood, V Jlidillobury, O, to Asa Mc Crnry, North Lonisburg, O, 1 rnm froni llock of A &0 II D.nls. .lonntlmn Ari'V, Salisbury, N II, to OcoS Scrlb. ncr, M I.-bury, N II,2rums; toJ 1' llatcheldcr, Latidnn, X II, 2 ranis; to.) II Hnzen, West Hurt lord, Vt, lo and Irain; to Jnmca llurwcll, Wllmot Uenter, N II, lramj to K Kencston, 1 ram; to Arlfda Kmorsoti, Salisbury, N II, 1 ratn; to Lcnndcr Sawycr, Salisbury, N II, 1 ewo. A S HnnllnK, Vomlrct, VI, to i W Itoberts, N Pomfret, Vt,...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 7 December 1883

fke .33XlJSOnXT COUNTY &TJJlJSrj&.3L.m VOL. XL VIII. MIDDLEBURY, VT., DECEMBER 7, 1883. 1 NO. 49. Bo You Know That 48 & 50 CHUROH STREET, Burlington, - Vermont, Always lina 111 his imtncnso Btock a verylargo varicty of Fine, Medinm mid Coinmoii FURNITURE, OF TI1E NEWEST DESIGNS AND LATEST STYLES, SPRING BEDS, MATTRESSES, MIRRORS, J3ABY CARR1AGES, WINDOW SHADES, CURTA1N POLES AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS. A specialty is a Painted Chamber Set at $18, handsomer and better than usnally sold at $25. The "Queen City Woven-Wire Mat trcsSj" "Nelson's JBest," warranted, at seven dollars. We liavc special rates for freights, and on all purchases amoimting' to $100 will deliver free of all charge at nearest railroad station. All goods warranted as represented. Correspondence solicited, and promptly answered. HENRY J. NELSON, Burlington, Vt. SMITH & PEASE, Fashionable Clothters, Ilave prepared ibr an cxtensive full and winter trade. They have, without doubt, thc right goods and styles ;...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 7 December 1883

EVACUATiH DAY. f$m York's Great Oentonnial Col-obration, Tho Immonse Proccssions on Land and Watcr. Following aro dctails, qs cloaned from tho Now York npcrs, o tho great Ccntenninl celebratlon of tho evncuation of tho clty by tho British troops1 umoiti: tiik I'ltocr.ssioN. Tlio llno of march for tho land parndo wns from tho starting point nt Eifty-sovonth street down Fifth avenuo to Fourtecnth strcct, to Broadwny, and down Broadway to Bowliiur Green, near tho Battery a dis taneo of nearly llvo miles. Ilours licforo tho parado had formed, inen and women fought for standing room ou tho sidewnlks alonp; tho lino of marcli, and, when room wnssecurod, lt was fcarloisly held. Tho ralu that camo llrst in ominous drops, nnd aftcnvard ln a stoady drizzle, did not afrect niuch tho ile tcnnfnntlonof tho crowds. Umbrcllas wcre ln.sedbytho thomand, bnt tho enthusfasm tliat mailo pcoplo who had no umhrellas mon and women staud until thoy wcro literally sonkcd, was somethinR surnrising. Tho build...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 7 December 1883

THE PRSSIDEHT'S IESSAGE. To tfie Conprm nf Ihe ITniled Statcs: Attho throshold of ymtr deUbrntlons I ccn gratulato you uion tho favorab.o asjioct of tho domostic nnd foroign airairs of this govcrnmont. (Jur rclatlons wltli otlicr couutrlos con- tlntio to 1)0 on n friendly footing. With Argcntino llopuhlic, Austria. I!ol- Slum, Hrazil, Donmnrk, Havtl, Italy, Santo 'omingo nnd Sweden aml Norway. no mci dont lias occurral which calli for siwcial coimnoiit. Tlio rocont op'ntng of new llnos of tolc grnphlccoinmunicatlon wlth Contrnl Atner ica and Hra7.il, pormittcd tho Interchnngo of nicssasfos of fricndship with tho govcrnment of thoso countnos. During tho yoar thoro liavo bacn porfectod nd proclaimed consular and commorcial trrntles witli Sorbia and a consular troaty with Koumanln, tlius cxtondlng our inter courso with the Danublnti countrioii, whilo our Eastern rclatlons havo beon put upon a widcr basis by treatios with Coroa and Mnd-aga-cnr. Tho new boundary survoy treaty with Mexico...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 7 December 1883

rUlll.lSllKU KVBRT rtllDAT. C rUUGISTEn Op. TKltM 1 Ono copyono yoar, In ndranro 81.60 Ifnotpald tn ndvoncc 2.00 n months 73 S " 0 Advortlsmt; Iinto: Onocohimnl ycar $100.00 Unn.ltnlf column 1 yoar SO.OO Unc-ijtmrtcr coluinn lycar.... 23.00 Onoinchono Inscrtlon KOcts. Kach eubscqnont Inscrtlon '23 cts. Huslness Curdsono.halfiiich 1 ycar 5.00 " " " incli 1 ycnr 8.00 BofiilinKnotlces.iicrllnc, oucli lnsortlon..0cts. FIUDAY. DKCKMHKIt 7, 1881!. U10 Cornwnll Coiip-ctfntlonnl chtirch. Mr. Wllllains 1s n Ki-ntlmttu of tlils collctfn !uul ims nrcauliiid lor tniuiy ycars in West lCtitfutut, wlicro lio wns unlversully rcspcetetl. Snwliig Mflrblc TI10 Inrciilor of tlic Frcscnt Motliotl. Tm: l'lvsitlcnl's nicssnKP, whluh was tfcllvcrctl to Consress on lucsday, is,lll;c nll of Mr. Artlinr'8 statc puricrs, a ulcnr, 8trnljlit-fonviird,lmsiness-llko (locuincitt. Jt ls prlntt'il in full 011 the insiilo intges of llilslssuo. Sunatou Kdmiinds lins Introtluccd tlirec imiioi taiil htlU sincc tlie iisse...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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