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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 October 1888

No. 43. J MIDDLEBURY IlEGlStEK, OCTOBER 2G, 1888. 3 i THE LONQ CONGRESS. 6KETCH OF THE LONGEST PRE VIOU3 SESSION, 1849-60. Tlio Excltlng Venra 1848, '40 nnd '50 now the Unentlnn o( Slnvery In tlio Tcrrltorlea Waa Delmtrd Clnj, TTehatcr, Cnllinun, llrnton, Cau, Foote, Davla ntul Uouaton. Tho longest sesslon of congress ever taeld under the constitution hns Just cloed, sennte nnd bouse havlng slowly dwindled for wecks, untll tbere wero bnrely mcmbers enough present to go through the fornml motlons. The e-wlon held sorao two wecks longer than the ever memornblo sesslon of 1840-60, the longest prevlously held, bnt ln brillinncy of tnlcnt, in popular interest nnd ln the Ira portnnre of the subjects dlscussed tbere 1s no compnrison. The congress of 1840-60 wns the most importnnt In Americnn htsfory, not yieldlng plnce to nny during the war; nnd for the numtier of talentod men who took pnrt in l!s discussions tbere is probably nono otber to equal lt ln thnt congress the venernble and sllve...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 October 1888

MIDDLEBURY REGrlSTER OCTOBER 20, 1888. Vol. L1II. QNE MOMENT, pLEASE. -IF YOU 13UY YOUll- Fall and Winter Supply -OF- Men's and Boys' Clothing WITHOUT GIVING US AN OPPORTUNITY OF SHOWING. YOU OUIl STOCK AND PKICES, WE ARE SURE You will make a Mistake. ONE EQUAL PRIOE TO ALL, MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURE.S. A REGULAR DISCOUNT FOR CASII. THE BEST STYLES IN THE MARKET, HOME AND SEE US ONCE, PEASE BROS. & POPE, OITTFITTEB.S, 160 Colleffe Street, - - Burlington, Yt, Rubber Thoro is no linc of consumor knows so wRUBBERW You ask for a pair of GOOD KTJliXJItJtt.S and tako whatovor tho rotailor offors you. If you will in sist on having tho AMERIGAN RUBBER COMPANY'S Triule Jlnrk. goods and bo suro that thoy boar this Conipany's namo or trado mark, you will bo assurod of a good articlo. They aro mado of tho flnost PURE PARA RUBBER, and aro sold by all FIRST CLASS ro tailors. Insiat on having thom and tako no othors. My Poor Back! That's the common exclamation of those sufiering witli rheumatism ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 October 1888

JNo. 43.J nDDL!EBURY KEGISTER, OCTOBER 2G, 1888. by tlirco bullcts. Thcrc Is 110 cluo to thc liuirdcrcrs. A terrlble tragcdy occurred In .Tcrscy Clty Satttrday tuornlug. Crazed by nn lllncsa of sevcrnl wccks' durntlon, a youiig nuu bcloiigliig to thc Slstora of l'eacc tooklicr own llfc by )umpliigfrotii a wlndow. Thc pritititig houso of Uand & Avery, Uoston, lias bccn eompollcd to make an asslguuiciit. Thc causo 1s sald to bo lack of avallablo capltal, tliough tlioy liavo plcuty of asscts aml tho buslness wlll bc contlnucd. Thc IJcpubllcan dcmonstratlon at Itochcster, X. Y.. Tuesday was n. splcn did all'uir. Thc clty was crowded wlth visitors attractcd by tho aniiounccinciit that IUalnc, Dcpow, Htscock and otlicrs would spcak. Tho coroncr's jury which Invcstlgated thc Muddy Kun (Lelilgli Vallcy) disastcr, liave conic to thc declslon that lt was causcd by gro3S and culpablo ncgllgencc on tlic part of thc englnccrs, conditctors, In fact, thc traln-nieti gcnerally. IX. M. Pulslfer,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 October 1888

0 Yol. lui. Middlebury reuister, october 26, ibsb. fjorse Dcpattment. PROSPECTUS. Tholncroa'slngtrospcrlty ot thoIlEaiSTF.nls gratlfying t6 its owners ; but Us clrculatlon lsn't n tcnth pnrt ot what wo lntond it shall bo. Tho Kegister ls tlio hlghcst nutliorlty in the world on tho truo hlstory nnd podlgreo ol tho American road horso. As such.lt ilesorves nnd must get tho vory wlilost clrculatlon. Its Uorso Departmont ls worth inany tlmcs lts aubscrlpttou prlco valuablo, lnstructlvc, entortalnlng. Frora all ovcr tho country wo havo an lmmonso amountof orlglnalmnttcr comlng ln lor thls departmont; and woox poct to bo nblo to glvo soon tho hlstory nnd pcdlgroo ol tho followlng tamous hors. ea hlthcrto unknown: Old I'llot, St. Law ronco, Columbns, dam of Royal Gcorgc, North American or nullock Horso ; Lady Surrey.dnm of Henry Clayi Tom Thumb, g. s. ol Green's Bashaw; Lconldas, reputed g. s. of lliggart's Battlcr, nnd many othcrs. Thls ls prc-cmlnontly tho ktnd of lntorma- tton that all ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 October 1888

No. 43. J MIDDLEBURY KEGISTEU, OCTOBER 20, t888- 7 Sfycep 3ntcrcst. THE WOOL INDUSTRY. A Kcntlotiien HioroiiRlily ncqufiintcil wlth tlio liulustry of shcep rnlsIiiR nnil wool iiroiluctlon hoklly nmkcs tlio stntcnicnt tlmt If wool could bo nialii taineil nt a slamlanl pricc of -40 ccnts per poutul to tlie proilucor It woulil bo bcttcr for thc peoplc of cvcry iirofossion and occupatlon ln tlio euttrc country. Thls statetncnt hc backs up wlth u lcigleul courao of rcsisoiitug, nnd hrltigs to lils ld soino vcry pertlnent st.itlstlccs. lle reasons, vcry consistcntly, tliat such n prlce would grcatly and rapldly stlmu lato thc productlon, and thnt lf allowcd to coutlimo for n few ycars wlthout any n6dixyli"? Intlucnco would rcsultlnovcr proditctloii. Tut rlffht Jicrc is tlie bcnc llcent fcaturo which would lncvltable work Its own curc, tlie surplus would lnto uiuttoii, and so grcat would bo thc quantity tlmt tlio tetuleiiey would bc, as cxpcrk'iice has sliown, to niaterlally rc ducc tlie r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 October 1888

Tol. L11I. 8 MIDDLEBURY KEGISTBR, OCTOBEK 26, 18fitf. Socal XlTattcrs. The Weather. foil the week ending wednesdar, oot. 24. Dato. Thius. " Frl. " 8at. " Ban. " Mon. " Tues. " Wod. " 18,! 19. 20. 21, 22. 23,' 24, Wlnd. 7ft.ni. Noou. 0 p.m. nT" 40 43 33 N. 34 44 33 8.W. 40 60 42 K. 34 23 30 N. 30 38 32 N. 32 43 45 S. 43 45 42 ed stock. The fnins welgh from 225 to 230 lbs. eacli and tho ewes from 105 to 180 lbs. Thls brecd of shecp ls tit pres cnt In hlgh favor not only In tho East but among (lock-owncrs on tho plains of tho U'nat. Pnl. Phnlnnnn u-111 snnn nint:n fnr- On Suits Made to Order ther lnucimsea of them. It rained ahnost all day on ed- WE ARE 0FFERING TRAVEUER8 GUIDE. Tralns pass Middlebury statlon at tho boars glvon bolow : Gomo NonTH-Expross, 3 :47 a. m. i local ex. pross, 9:40 a. m.; vnall, 3:20 p.m.; oxpross, 5:49 p. m. Gorao Sotmi Mnll, 9:40 n. m.; pas9cngcr, 4:84 r.m.;lnlxcd, 3:10 p.m.: oxpress, 9:33 p. m. MAILS 'Close North, 2:50 aud 7:30 p. in.; South, 9 20 a. m., an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 November 1888

vr III III 'IH K4, Yol. LIII. MIDDLEBURY, VE:JOSTT, XOYEMBER 2, 1888. No. 44. HTibMebury Hcgistcr. PUDLI8HED BY THE REGISTER CO.( , MILL STREKT, MIDDIEBCItT, - - VEIIMONT. Entered at the Middlebury Pottoffice at Second Ctass Matter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. TEUMS : One Year $1.50 Slx Montlis . ,75 Four Montlis 50 Thrco Montlis, . . .40 Ailvortlalng Ratcs on appllcation. Jon I'niNTiN'O of ovcry vnriety nt tlio lowcst prlces consistent with good work nnd quallty of stock. FRIDAY, XOVEMBER 2, 1888. Republioan Nominations. For 1'reslilent, BEXJAMIX HARRISOX of Indlana. For VIco l'renldent, LEVI P. MOHTOX of Xow York. For Prcsldeutinl 121cctors. HEXDEROX C. WILSOX, North Troy. IIEXRY It. STAHT, Itnkersflclil. DARIUS J. SAFFOIID, Morristown. IIKXKY C.McDUFFEE, Bradford. POLITICAL STATI8TIC8. The pagc of politlcal statistics printed in thls Issuo will bc fonnd just at this tiuie what Iloracc Grceley used to call " mighty iuteresting reading." One who studiea them carcfully will be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 November 1888

9 - MIDDLEBURY REGUSTEK XOVEMBER 2, 1888. Vol. LUL WE SEND BY MAIL rtl.nniiurr. w w Small Packs 50 PostPaid. Shcridan's Condition Powder la absolutclj pure and highly conocntmfcHl. Ono ounco medlclno, to bo slvcn ln tho fowl, onco daily, ln Binall Worth lls welffht ln jmia when hens aro moultlntr, it ln 1 vour 1 by malL Aak your unjRfflst, btoco: onco to us. Take no other ' K1I1U. Wo wlll fiomi o-pnnrnl ntnrp. PAItMElW POUIit o make money witn a icw nens), ana two smnil pncKngcs or 1'owaer ror w cenwi or, oue ianro z 1-1 pound can and Oulde, 81.20. Sample packagro of Powder, 25 cents, flre for 8UW. Slx larno catw, exprcftS propald, for MW. Send st&mps or cash. L S. JOUNS&i & CO. 23 Custom llouso Street, Boston, ilaas. Central Vt. Railroad. " EASTERN STANDARP TIME. COMMENCINC OCTOBER 7, 1888. TrnlDB will lenvi Middlebury as followa: OOINO NORTH AND WEBT. 3:47 a m N1QIIT EXPRESS, from New Yorkfor Montreal.Oe deusburg and the West. Slcepine car to Montrcal daily Sundnys ine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 November 1888

MIDDLEBURY REGISTE, NOVEMBER 2, 1888. PARTIES' MSE AND FALL THEIR 8TORY TOLD FROM 1790 TO THE PRESENT TIME. I Somo Fieurvs Thot Wlll Astonlsh Fcdcr I allst and Republican Changes Whig nnd f Democrat Democrat ond Itcpnbllcan. j Suildcn Changes In ropular Voto Uow Bllnorltlcs NnturaUy Orow. It is a curious and wlll bo to many a sur prislng thlug, that political partles nro not by any means stoadfast iu their proportlons. Tho dlagrams hero glvcn tell tholr own story nnd wlll surpriso many peoplo who nro iu the hablt of lookmg on a polltlcal party as soniewhat in tho naturo of a ilxed quantlty. It is not until tho caso is thus prcsentod that ono fully appreciates such tremcndoua changcs as that from 183-1 to 1833, that from 1830 to 1840, or, greatestof all,that from 18T3 to 1S70. How many peoplo know that iu thoso four years thero was nn apparout change in tho popular voto of 1,100,0001 Yct bo it wns. Graut beat Greclor, allowlng for dlfferont mcthods of estimatlng tho voto on electors,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 November 1888

MIDDLEBURY GI?TER XOYEMBER2,X888. Vol. L1JI. QNE MOMENT, pLEASE. : IP YOU BUY YOUR : Fall and Winter Supply OF Men's and Boys' Clothing WITIIOUT GI VING US AN OPPORTUNITY OF SHOWING. YOU OUR STOCK AND You will make a Mistake. ONE EQUAL PRIOE TO ALL, MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURE.S. A REGULAR DISCOUNT FOR CASH. THE BEST STYLES IN THE MARKET, US ONCE, PEASE BROS. & OTTTFITTERS, 160 College Street, T n UKah V lL KJ UCi Thoro is no lino of goods manufacturod of which tho consumor knows so little rogarding quahty. Youaskfora pair of GOOD lTJI3IiICiJS and tako whatover the rotailor offers you. If you will in sist on having tho AMERIGAN RUBBER COMPANYS Trmle ."Inrk. goods and be suro that they boar this Company's name or trado mark, you will bo assurod of a good articlo. Thoy are made of the flnostPURE PARA RUBBER, and aro sold by allFIRST CLASS re tailors. Insist on having them and tako no othora. If You Are Sick Wlth Htadache, Neurnlgla, Rhcumathun Dyspep Bla, Blliousneas, BlooJ Ilumors, Kl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 November 1888

No. 44. J 5 Mcrcdlth Stnnlcy, ngeil 23, umped frotn tho suspenslou britlgc nt Cliiclnnatl Monday, a dlstancc of 100 fect. After strlklng tho water hc swam ashoro. Flvc nicn, two of thein Unltcil States soldlcrs, wero robbeil on a stagc coach ln Toxas Suinlay uiornlng by ono hlghway mau, wlio frlghtencd nll of hls vlctlms into docllity. Powdorly is out ln n clrculnr to tlic Knlghts of Labor imprcsslng upon thein the fact that he ls not allled to either of thc polltlcal partles nnd wlll not tako el tlicr sldo in tlils cnnipalgn. Tho clty councll of Galncsvillc, Kla., has lssued an urgent appeal for a!d. It deelares that no asslstance can bc secured irom Jacksonville, and thc outer world ls couscqucntly urged to send funds. An omnlbus contalnlng sls pcrsons was struck by an Erlo traln whlle cross iug tho tracks at AVavcrly, N. Y., Mon day cvcnlng. L. W. Clarl: was killcd and tho othcr occupants wcro seriou'ly Injured. The esodus of promlnent Democrats to thc Rcpubllean fold continucs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 November 1888

MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, NOYEMBER 2, 1888. Vol. L1II. Xjorsc icpartment. colts wcrc cordy, nctlvc horses, but had thnt Bellfounder was a llght chcstnu of strlng-lmlt a good denl ; they wcro cxtra nbout 1000 lbs., thlck, lieavy jaw9, di4o-, PROSPECTUS. Tlio Increnslng proepcrlty ol tho IlKOHTEHls gratllylng to Its owtiers ; but Ita clrculatlon tsn't n tcnth part ot what wo lntond lt shall Ijo. Tlio llEaistfiit ls tlio hlghest nntliorlty in the world on tho truo lilstory nnd pcdlgri'o ol tho Atnerlcan voad horso. As euclnlt ilescrves jind tnust gettho vory wldost circulntlon. Its Horso Dcniirttncnt U worth tnany ttmcs its subscrlpttoii prlco vnhmble, lnstructlve, tmtcrtnlning. From nll ovcr tho country we litivc nn lminensu nmountol orlglnal tnattcr c-oming ln lor tlils dcpartmcnt; nnd wo ox. poct to bo ablo to glvo soon tho hlstory find pcdigreo of tho iollowlng lnmous hors es hltherto unknown: Old l'llot, St. Law renco, Cohnnbus, dam ol Hoyal Gcorge, Xorth Aincrlcnn or llullock Horso ; ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 November 1888

No. 44.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTE1, NOVEMBER 2, 1888. 7 mn Sopics. HOW THE " BEST" BUTTER IS MADE. A Hcrkshlrc county, Mass., farmcr wrltcs: "My objcct lnis always bccn to make the bcst butter not tho most pro fitablc, ncccssarlly, but tlic besl. Havlng tlits objcct in vlcw, I have bccn compclled to dtscnrd oll incal, and thus rcducc tho quantlty of my butter nnd tlic uuuuirc. I lmve bccu obligcd to tako tlic cows out o nll basciucnt cellars, nnd bave con seuucntly rccelvcd less butter for a glvcn nmount of food. I have bccn forcod, luUcad of dropplng tlie manure Into a convcnlcnt cellar below tlic cows, to glve up thls cellar and whccl the manure into a shcd. I havo been obliged to dlscard decp setting, and to conteut niysclf wlth the opcn, shallow mcthod, which ls more cxpenslve, and rcquircs more attentlon, aud return lcss butter. I have bccn obllgcd to reject all fccds cxccpt corn, wheat, hay, beets and carrots. I havo been obllgcd to glvc up uslng the niilk of cows that have calved t...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 November 1888

8 MiDDLE3tJilY REGISD: 2, 1888. Vol. L11I. Socal HTattors. The Weather. fok ti1eweek bsd1no weu.nksday, oct. 31. Dato. Wlnd. Tluus. rrl. Pat. Ban. Mon. Tues. Wcd. 20. 27, 53. 20,1 30, 31. X. s. s. 8.S. N. X. S. Thermvmettr. "iv.m. I Noon. I 0 p. m 38 u 42 32 31 48 S.V. 68 C0 41 10 48 43 43 52 41 10 30 50 crs, uivuica ns loiiows! itcpuuncsi, 12; Dcmocrats, 3; Indcpcndents, 3 ; Pf- hiljltioiilst, 1; Mugwunip PiohlbltMi- l8t, 1. ! Reiueinber tlic rocltnl to be glven at he V. M. f!. A. linll nn UVilnnailnv. Hin 71J 0n SllltS Made tO Order Xoycmbcr, at 8 o'clock p. m., by Ms JMiua u. urown 01 npriugiieiu, Jiass., WE ARE 0FFERING TUIS FALL FIIOM 1 8.00 Up.- TRAVILEn8' GUIDE. Trains paSB Middlebury statlon at tlio hoars glven below : Goimo Nobth Exprces, 3 :17 a. m.; locnl ez preB8, 0:10 iu m.; tnall, 3.20 p.m. express, 5 :19 p. m. Goino South Mall, 0:10 n. m.j passcuger, iM p. tti.j nilxcil, 8:10 p. m.; cxprcss, 0:3S p. m. MAIL9 CLOSE North, 2:50 nml 7:30 p. m.J South, 9 S0 n. in., nnrt 7...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 November 1888

Yol. Lm. MIDDLEBURY, VEEMONT, NOYEMBER 9, 1888. No. 45. ZlTibblcbury 2egtstet PUDLI8HED BY THE REGISTER CO., MILL 8TnEET, , lUinDLEBtJHY, - - VEHJIOST. Entered at the Middlebury PottoQtcc at Second Class Matter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. TEHMS: OnoYcnr,. ... . . 31.50 Slx M011U19 . .75 Four Months, ... .50 Threo Months, . . . .40 AdvertUlng Uatcs on nppllcntlon. . Jon l'm.NTiso of cvery vnrlcty nt tho lowest prices conslstont wlth gooil work nnd quality ol stock. " FRIDAY, NOVEMUER 9, 1SSS. NOTIOE. Those of our subscribers who nrq tak lng thc paper undcr the ofl'er nthdc In Au gust should bear in niind that .thls is tlie last issue tliey will rceeivc unless vo liear from thcni that they want the paper eon tinued at regular ratcs. A large numbcr have renewed aml we hopo to get the same news froiu many more beforo next week at tliis timo. It Knows More. The Deuiocratic party today 1s in niuch the samc pllght as was thc liistoric youtli aftcr he liad fooled wlth thc liind legs o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 November 1888

Vol. L1II. 2 MIDDLEBURY REGISTEK NOVEMBER 9, 1888. TlfML I K We Send by mail C.. VSmallPacksSOPostPai Slicridan's Condition Powilcr li nbnolntcly puro nnd hlghly conccntratcd. Ono ounco ls worth n ponnd of nny othcr kind. Strlctly n modlclne, to bo gtven In tho foo1, onco dally, In amall rtoses. ITevent nnd cures all dlwows of . hi-ns. Worth Its wcl(?ht ln gold whcn hen aro moultlnir, nnd to keep thcra hcalthr. Tcjtlmonlala lent freo by malL Ask your drugirlst, grooer, general store. or f ccd dealer for lt If you can t get lt, wnd nt onco to u. Tako no othcr klnd. Wn wlll wml nottpnlrt liy mat ; ns !""". A new, enlarpd, clegantly lliustratcd cony of tho "FARMERS' POULTKY HAISWO QU1DE" (Prtco 23 ccnts; tells how to mate money witli n few hens), and two small packages of Powder for ffl centat or, ono largo 2 1-4 pound can and Ouldo, 81.30. Samplo packnge of l'owder, 25 eontii, flvo for 9Ut 61x lanro caiM, eiprcsa iropaU.ror85.0U. Scnd stamps or cash. L 8. JOHNSON & CO.. U Custoiu-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 November 1888

tfo. 45. J MIDDLBBUKY REGISTER, NOVEMBER 9, 1888. 3 THE 8IN OF OMISSION. It lmt tho thing you do, dwir, It'i tho thing you lcare undone Whlch glvea you a tlt of bcarucho At tho sottlng of tho eun, Tho tondor word forgotten, Tho letter you dld not write, Tho uower you might have sent, dear, Aro your hauntlng ghosta to-nlght. Tho stoDO you might havo llfted Out of tho brothera Troy, Tho blt of hearthstono counsel You wero hurrled too much to say. Tho lo-ring touoh of tho hand, doar, Tho gentlo and wlnsome tone Tbat you had no timo nor thought for, Wlth troublea cnough of your own. Theso llttlo octa of klndncss, So ooally out of mtnd, These ohancos to bo angela Whioh oren mortals flnd Thoy como ln nlght and sllenee Each chlld rcproacliful wralth, Wheu hopo U f alnt and flagglng, And a blight haa dropped on falth. For Ufe Is all too short, dcar, And sorrow la all too great, To sufTor our slow compasslon Tbat tarrles until too lato. And lt's not tho thlng you do, dear, It's tho thtng you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 November 1888

MIDDLEBURY REGISTBR NOVEMBER 9, 1888. Yol. L1II. 4 EX P E R I M E NT ALLY ! -We nsk you lo ivy our Siore for your- Winter vSuits, Ulsters, Ovorcoats, Hats and Oaps, Undersliirts and Drawers For yourself and for your boys. We know it niay cost you some little tltuo and perhaps nioney toeouie tn Burlington, but we Honestly think you would make more tlian cnough to pay you for the tlme and cxpcnso o comlng hcro by tlic diflereuce lu prlces, ours belng thc LOWEST FOR WHICH HONEST GOODS CAN BE'SOLD, white the assortmcnt from whlch you arc luvltcd to make your selcctlous 1s 31UCH LARGER than the stocks nsually kept In smaller towus. flgurcs. Regular discouut for cash. Only one prlce, niarkcd lu plaln PEASE BROS. & OUTFITTERS, POPE. 160 Colleae Street, Burlington, Vt. Rubber Boots Shoes Thoro is no lino of goods manufactiirod of whicli tho consumor knows so little rogarding quality. You ask for a pair ofGOOD KUBBERS and tako whatovor tho rotailor offors you. If you will in sist on havi...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 November 1888

JNo. 45.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, tfOVEMBER 5), 1888. 5 company ls charged wlth siirrciulcrliig lts nianagemcnt to n syndlcatc outsldc tho SUto nnd tlio vacatltig of lts chartcr ls nskcd for. It ls iutluiatcd that Charlcs F. L,ummls, a nowspapcr nmu of Los Atigoles, Cal., ls tho probablo nuthor of tho Murchlson lettcr: but n dlspatch from Los Augclc9 says that tho author ls a rcputablo cltl zen of Pomotia, Cal., tliat lils nauio ls Murchlson, aud that ho wroto tho lettcr I ii good falth. At Middletown, N. Y., a numbcr of boys took a handcar of tho Ontario and Vcstcrn rallroad from tho swltch out ou tho maln llne. and whlle golng down a heavy grade tho cnr becamo unmanagca blo and llnally lumpcd thc track. Ono of the boys had hls hcad cutofTaud another was fatally injured. Troublc arosc during tho progrcss of a slandcr sult in the court at Frcsno, Cal., Frlday betweeu Uobert Seconcc aud a inan natned Hardwick, over thc tcsti mony glvcu by the fonnor and Hardwick shot nnd fatally wounded...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 November 1888

MIDDLEBURY REGrlsT'M, !N"OYEMBER 9, 1888. Vol. L11I. 6 pro&pectus. Tho lncroastnft prospcrlty ol tho Ueoistkr is grotilylng t6 Hs owners j but ita clrculntlon isn't a tonth pnrt ot Tvhnt we lntond it shnll bo. Tho Reoister is tho hlghest nuthorlty ln the woild on tho truo hlstory nnd potllgroo ot tho Atnerican roatl horso. As such.lt dosorves andtaustgettho vory wldcst clrculntlon. Its Horso Dopnrtmont ls worth mnny tlmcB its jabscrlption prlco vnlunblo, lnstructlvo, entcrtniulng. Frora nll ovor tho country wo iinvo nn immonso nmountof origlnnlinnttcr comlng ln lor this dopnrtmont; nnd wo or pect to bo nblo to glvo eoon tho hlstory and pedlgroo of tho lollowlng lnmous hors es hltherto unknown: Old Pllot, St. Lnw ronce, Columbus, dnm ol Royal Georgo, North Amorlcnn or Bullook Horso; Lndy Surrey.dnm ot Hcnry Clny; Tom Thunib, g. s. ot Grccn's Bashnwj Loonldas, rcputcd g. 8. ot Biggnrt's Battlor, nnd mnny others. This 1b pro-cmlnently tho ktnd of intormn tlon thnt nll gcntlcmon ol ...

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