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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 12 July 1889

6 Vol. LIV f)orse Department. PROSPECTUS. Tlio lncrenslng prosperlty ol tho UEaiSTF.R ls gnitliylng to lts ownci-8 ; liut its clrculntlon jsn't a tonth part ol what wo lntonil lt shall too. Tlio Kkoistkk ta tho lilghest authorlty in tlio world 011 tho trtto hlstory anrt pedlgrco ol tho Anicrlcnn road horso. As such.tt dcscrvcs end must got tho vory widcBt circulatlou. Its Horso Depaitment ls worth many tlines lts eubscrlptlou prlco valuable, lnstructlve, cntortalnlng. From all ovcr tho country wo havo an lmnionso ainountot orlglnaliiiattcr comlng ln lor thls depimmcnt; nml wo ox pcot to bo ablo to glvo soon tho hlstory nnd podigrco ol tho lollowlng lamous hors cb hltlierto unknowiii Old Pllot, St. Law lenco, Columbu9, dain ol Itoyal Gcorgo, Xorth Amcrican or Iluilock Horso; Lady Surrey.dam Ol Honry Clay; Toin Thmnb, g. s. ol Orccn'8 Bashawj Lconldas, reputed g. s. ot Uiggart'B Jlattlcr, and many othors. Thls ls pro-cmlnently tho klnd of lntonna. llon that all geiitlc men ol lntclllg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 12 July 1889

JSo. 28.J MIDDLEBURY REGIST3R JULY 12, 1889. 7 tConttnued from Gth payc. drlveu to a break. He 1ms tliat purc nnd nnparcntly cflortloss nctlon tlmt clinrnc terizes hls sire, who lnhcrlts lt from lila fauious grandslrc, Kthan Allcn an nc tlon that SCCIU9 to enablo lilm to steal from quartcr-polc to quartor-polo by uicrely wlslitng litmsolf thcrc. In tho 2 :34 chiss, nt rmiRlikccsle, tho elcRaut black stalllon Warren by Arlstos caine to tlic tront In thrce stralgbt, cve rylicat bclng won ln 2:201. lle Is evl dcntly a trottcr ot very nreat incrlt. Arlstos ratbcr liad tlilngs hls own way nt I'ouglikecsic, only two of hls Rct bc ing cntercd, aml thoy cach wlnnlng In straight hoats. Warren Is tho slxth of thcgetof Arlitos to entcr the 2:30 11st, nnd thcre arc plcnty niorc to follow. 13eu Franklin has the same niunbcr. The gray ninre Julla C. (2:20) turns out to be by Abrahaiu, son of Danlel Lambert, as statcd last week. She was brcd by tho lato Wllliam II. Kllls of Mid dlebury. Wlll soine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 12 July 1889

u MIDDLEBURY RUGISTER, JULY 12, 1889. IVol. liy Socal ZlTattcvs. roR The Weather. THB WEKK EN1HNO WE11NB8IMY. JUI.Y 10. Dnto. Thure. July li Fri. " f. Sat. " 0, Bun. " 7. Mon. " e. Tucs. " , Weil. " 10, Wlud. S. N. K.N. N.K. S.E. X. s. Thermometcr. 7n,tii. Noon. Up. in. (is 74 "4 f,4 (U UO M 71 70 m 07 (U 75 70 3 70 70 70 00 US TRAVELER8' GUIDE. Trnln9 pass Middlebury stntlon nt tlio hoars gtvon bclowi Goino Noimt Kxprcss, 3 :47 a. m. i locnl ox pross, 9:10 a. m.; mnll, 3:20 p.m.j exprcss, .23 p. ln. Goino South Mnll, 9:10 n. in.J pnsseiigcr, 4:11 p.in.; uilxcd, 8. -21 p. m.i cxpress, 0:37 p. m. MAILS Closk North, 2:50 nnd 7:30 p. in.i South, 920 n. lii., nnd 7:30 p. m. Boo Ccntrnl Vt. tlmo-tablo, elsowhcro. THE CHUHOHEB. ST. STEl'HEN'S. REV. ALVA E. CAlU'ENTEn, HF.CTOn. Ltnl, 1889. c,ln-,.ac;.vvlpn. 7:3n! 10:45 n. m. : 7 KX) H. m Suudny School, 12:15 p.m. Mondny s, Evciilng l'rnycr, 4 :30 p. 111. Tuosdnys, " Wednesduys, " !"' Thursdays, ' .i 2? !'!!!' Frldays, " T :32 1T ln 6atunla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 19 July 1889

3Uul(tldmiit Vol. LIY. MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, JULY 19, 1889. DLE No. 29. ZITibblcbury Hcgistcr. PUBLI8HED BY THE REGISTER CO MILL STIiKET, MIIII,Eni:itY, - - VEItMOXT. Xntered at the Middlebury Postoffice a Second Claas Mnlter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. TEKMS; One Ycar, Slx Months". . J1.50 Four Months, ... .50 Threo Months, . . .40 Advertislng Kntes on nppllcation. Jon Fkintino ol ovory vnrlety at the lowest prlces conslstent with goort work nnd quallty of stock. FIUDAY, JULY 10, 1SS0. QUARRELINO RAILROADS. Tlic raihvay problem evidently w.is not Bolved by the cstabllslinient of the iuter state eommerce eoinniission, nor eyen by the orgaulzatlon of tlie ralhv.iy associa tion, of which Col. Aklace F. Walker is chairinan. The great truuk lincs are as busy as evcr trving to cut one another's throats. Judge Cooley of the iuterstate eoinniission is now i tlic West takiug steps to procure the Indietnient of the " fcoo " line, which has becn cutting rates to beuefit a certain shipper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 19 July 1889

IVol. hlY. 2 MIDDLEBURY REGISTEE JULY 15), 1880. - UNLIKE ANY OTHER-- PosltlTclr Cures DlpMhcrla, Croup, AMhma, Proncliltls, CnMs, noamcncw, nneklno; ConRh, WJoopIng. Cough. Catarrb. Iiilluen7n, Cholorn Morlms, Dlarrlin-n, Uhcumntnni, NeumlKln,1TooUiacnc, iaracno, Kirvous Hcailaclic, Sclalleo, Lnnio llack. aud Sorcuess ln Ilody or Llmbs. AS MUGH FOR INTERNAL AS FOR EXTERNAL USE. It la marvelous. how many tlHTcrcnt comnlalnts it wlll ciiro. Its stroni? polnt lles In tho fnct that It acta attlckiyrUcnUng all Cuti liurns nml llruiscs llko MnRlo. Hcliovini? all nianncr ot Cranipa, ChWs, " LanicncssotSIusclesorStlll Jolntsaml stralns. ORICINATED BY AN OLD FAMILY PHYSICIAN. All whobuy or onlcr rllrect from u,anil rpqucot It, shatl recelTe awrtlflcato that tho money etinll bo refnnded if not nbundnntly satlsneil. lletnll price 85ct.t 6 bottlen, fiun, Kxprvm rrepaid to any part S tto tWtid StStc" or Canmla. nrValuablo pamphlet Bcnt frce? Ts. JOHNSON k &., Bostou, JlW GENERATIOH AFTER GE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 19 July 1889

No. 29.J MIDDLEBURY KEG1STEK, JULY 10, 1889. 3 TWO WORKERS. Two mcn strore hard! One corod succcsa, And raon allowed hls raakt Tbo other mlssed tbe world's carcss, Men set hlm down a crank. IIONEST IIARRY. I do not mcun tkat my friend ovcr boro this nicknnmo among his sohool fcllows, becauso nicknamcs, inoro's tho pity, lmvo n knack of being un complimontary ; yet if ovcr a boy do servcd such an honorablo cpithct it was Ilarry. You lmd only to look at thnt frank, opcn faco to guess that ho was "na honcst as tho day wos long." In tho good old days of stcrn disci pliuo anu unsympathetic despotism, tho trcniblors undor tho rod sccmcd to havo judgcd anything fnir which hclpcd thom to chcat thcir tyrants, so long as they stood stanchly by tho causo of their companions. But uow that teachcrs appeal moro to tho cou scienco and less to tho back, tho pu pils, I think, commonly corac for wnrtl to meet them on tho ground of mutual good will. In my recollcction tho couo of schoolboy honor has c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 19 July 1889

MIDDLEBURY REGISTER JULY 1880. Vol. L1Y. A Clean Sweep EYERYTHING from a Slioe Lace to tlie Fincst Hand-scYYcd Slioe REDUCED IN PRICE FOR 15 DAYS. Commeuciiio Jnljr 15, '89, and ending' Aug. 1, 1 yyiTI offer eYeiytliiiig in nxy stock of Boots, Slioes and Rubbers at a CUT PRICE. NOTEDRTG- RE SERYED, but you yyiII g-et the benefit on eYeiytliiiig' you buy small and big' alike. Wisliiiig' to close out niy suin mer goods so I Yrill hare more room for tlie fall stock to arriye, I take tliis Yray to do it and tliink on straig'lit lionest g'oods I can make your liard-earned dollars sniile for you. I haYe iiot sjDace to liicntion prices; call at tlie store aiid I Yrill astonish you. First come g'ets best clioice. Wisliiiig' to tliank my patrons one and all for tlie past farors sIioyyu me and wishing' a coutiiiuaiice of tlie same in tlie futiire, I yylLL try and g'ive you better bargains still. Eir I liave a first-class slioe maker in my custom-made departinent, and yyIio has made a specialt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 19 July 1889

JNo. 29.J 5 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby was slck, we gave hor Castoria. When she was a Chlld, sho crled (or Castoria, When sho became Mlaj, Bho clung to Castoria, When she bad Children, sho gave them Castoria. w -T GET RICH Buy JBuilcl ing lots in MlM- cie, Indiana, the leadina' Natur al Gas City in the world. Pri ces run from $300 to $500 per lot. The city has gainecl 9000 in fifteen montlis. Sixty iactories are now there, 500 li rn c n c o v o buildmg, and IUUU JLJLV V. V.1. 500 -wortli of lots n x ci i 1 irko A -f i nlrnf rv v v mjmvHmajar . m v 1111 Olfi. A descrlptlve pamphlet of 30 pages, lIlllllMlllltM V 11 111LI ilLCtl. LIIlULiLlIlllll' lllill ur vvjirin'ti 1111 ;iiiiiiiit:iliijii iiv rank H. Bascom New Englnml Agcnt, ONTPELIER. VERMONT, ARE oua aunerer irom any orinisiisioi irraDioms. Aftil nivti lliirnrn K.rni I'atn irnnnri Ar n ta. YOU rurljECTINK and taklnsr lt accordlnir to or 1'aralyaU, Ilenrt I)liene, Kheamattam iiTer uoiiiDiaini. ivianer niiii n ni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 19 July 1889

Middlebury registbb, jtjly 19, 1889. Vol. liy ?orse 2)cpactmcnt. PROSPECTUS. Tho lncrenstng proBperlty ol the lUtaiSTF.nls grnttfying to lts owners ', but Hs circulntlon Isn't a tenth piirt ol what we lntcnil lt shiill be. Tho Ueoister Is tlio hlghcst nuthorlty ln tho world on tho truo hlstory nnd pedigree ol tho Amerlcan road horse. As sucli.lt dcserves and muat get tho vory wldcst circulntlon. lts Hor6e Dopnrtmcnt ls worth mauy times lts subscrlptlon prlce vnluixble, lnstructlvc, entcrtntning. Kroin nll ovcr tho country wo hnve nn immenso ntnount ol origlnnl mntter comlng ln lor thls depnrtmont; nnd woox. pcct to bo nblo to give booii tho hlstory nnd pedigree of tho lollowlng lnmous hors. cs hltherto unknown: Old l'llot, St. Lnw rencc, Coluinbus, dam ol Koynl Gcorge, North Amerlcan orllullock Horso jLndySurrcy.dnm ot Hcnry Clay; Tom Tlmmb, g. s. ot Grccn's Baehaw; Lconldns, rcputcd g. s. ol Blggart's Ilattlcr, nnd niany others. Thls is pro-cmlnently tho ktnd of lnlonna. tlon thnt ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 19 July 1889

JSo. 29.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER JULY 19, 1889. 7 $avm tEopics. iuiiu iiiii u u ui-iiiui uisitjtiu Ul USI1I .1 DON'T NEGLECT THE PASTURES. gliulllliig motion to loosen tlic soll and In tlio prcss o fiirm work, It 1s very ! hlll up only what nceds It. 1 lmvo had iiittural to glvc little or 110 thouglit or at- j liaiida actuully gct quarrclsonie nnd re tentlon to periiisineiit nastures. In sonic , fuse to oucy orders whcn I would tcll suctlons of couutry, notablc In lew Eng-1 tlicui to "not hlll up tliosc plants." To laud, thcrc arc pasturcs tliat liavc bccn be a "jack-of-all-tnulcs" ls sonicthucs not sublcctcd to tlio task of supnlyiiiK food for thlrty to forty and uiore years, with little or nothing belng donc to restorc iiny exhaustlvc condltlon. Although tho uatural evacuatlons o anlnials arc re tumed to tho soll durlng the day, In caso of nillch cows, If yarded durlng the nlght, there ls nnieh that ls not so re turned, and as a conscqucnce gradual oxhaustloti follows. Many pasturcs ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 19 July 1889

8 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, JULY 19, 1880. IVol. LIY Socal ZUattcrs. THE WEATHER. FOIl THE WEEK KND1NO WKDXESIlAY, JULY 17. ., , Thermomctcr. Dalo. Wlnd. . 7 . in. oon. Oji. m. Tlmrs. July 11, S. 04 l S Fri. " 12. N. 11 ,ls Sttt. " 13, N". S. 00 78 .4 bSn. " 14l N. 08 ca Jlon. ' 1, N. 03 t4 52 Tucs. " 10, K.S. 50 . 0 0S Wed. " 17, S. 53 CS (B TRAVELER8' GUIDE. Tralns ira9s Middlebury stntton nt tho ho.us glvcn bolow : Goino North Exprcss, 3:47 n. m.j locnl ex proes, 9:40 n. in.j mnll, 3:20 p.m.; oxprcss, 33 p. m. Qoi.no South Mnll, 0:40 n. m.; pnssci.gcr, 4:44 p.m.;mlxed, 8:21 p. in.; exprcss, 9:3" p. m. MAILS Close North, 2:50 and 7:30 p. ui.J South, 9 20 n. m., nnrt 7 :30 p. tn. 8ee Ccntrnl Vt. timc-tnblo, ehcwhere. THE CHUROHE8. ST. STEPHEN'S. REV. ALVA E. CARrENTER, KECTOR. Lent, 1889. 6undnys Servlcc, 7:30; 10:45 n. m.i 7 :00 p. m. " Sunday School, 12:15 p.m. Monday e, Evening I'rayer, 4 :30 p. m. Tuesdays, 4 :3u p. m. Wednesdnys, " 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, " 7 30 p.m. Frldnys, " 7:30 p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 July 1889

MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, JULY 26, 1889. Yol. LIV. No. 30. XTCibblcbury Hcgistcr. PUDLISHED BY THE REGISTER CO MILL STIiEKT, MIItnijEIIVltV, - - VEHMOXT. Entered nt the MUUlltbnry rottoffiet ni Second Ctats Matter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. TEltilS: One Year J1.50 Slx Montlis, . .75 Four Montlis, 50 Threo Montlis, .40 AclvertlslnK Kutes on nppllcntion. Jon 1'mxTiNO ot evcry varlety nt tlio lowost prlct'9 consibtent with good work nnil quallty of stock. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1S89. TANNER'8 CA8E. Thc dlssatisfaction with thc adminis tration of the penslou olllcc by Corporal Tuuncr, tlic coininlssioner, 1ms lcd to preparations for an luyestlgatlon of liis nictliods. 1'here is, it secms, a regulatlon of the Intcrior department whieh forbids the reopetiing of a pcnslon case except upou the presentation of new and im portaut evidencc. Tlie point at issuc is, whether Tanner has llved up to thls rule, liis opponents assertiug tliat lie has re opened eases upon sllght evidencc and rerated uensi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 July 1889

MIDDLEBURY RE&ISTER JULY 2G, 1889. LVol. Liy. 4- - UNLIKE ANY OTHER- PosltlYOly Curos Wplithcrin. Croup, AMhma, Pronchltl, Colds. noarwnciv Ilaeklng; Conith, Whooplnff Oougb, Catarrli, lntluemn, Cholora Morlms, Dlarihcia, nticumattom, Neuralnla, Toothocbe, tarache, Ncrvous HoaJache, Selatlca, Lnine Hack. nnd Soreness lu Ilody or Llmbs. AS MUCH FOR INTERNAL It ls marvclou how many dlffercnt cntnplalnts Itwlll qtucKiy. HcaUng nlt CuU, llurns nml llrulecs Ilke LAmcness 01 jiuscies or ORIGINATED BY AN OLD FAMILY PHYSICIAN. Allwhobuy or onlcr rtiroct f rom u, and renueit lt, shall rocelvo acertlflcato that tho rooncy shall bo refnndod Ifnotnlmndantly fatl?nnl. KetalprlceK5cts.i 6 Imttles, SilU. F.xproM prepald to any part of tho tlnltoil States, or Canado. C2T"Valuablo paniphlet eent frco. 1. S. JOUIsSON & CO., Bostou, Maas. GENERATION AFTER GENERATION HAVE USED AND BLESSED IT. Central Vt. Railroad. '' EASTERN STANDAllI) TIJIE. COMMENCINC MAY 20, 1888. Tralns will loavj Middlebur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 July 1889

Ko. 30.J MIDDLEBURY KEGISTER, JULY 26, 1889. 3 TIIE PARIS EXIIIBITION. A VILLAGE OF JAVA, BUILT AND INHABITED BY NATIVES. Pecullarltlca of A rch I tecttiro A Dyor of nomlkerchlcfs Tlie Hand ot Danclng Glrls Jnvonoso Mnslclans Thc Lnrsost Vaso In tho Worlil. It liaa bocn truly said of the Paris cxhibl tion that by vlowing Intolligently its many features, the trip to Paris oan bo mado to an ewer mony of the purposos of nn extended Journey. Tbo dlffcront vtllages, especlally, nro said to bo falthful plctures of scenes ln the countries whlch they represent, nnd to the nverago vlsitor thoy form tho most ln teresting exhibits of the show. In the Dutch portiou of tho Esplanado des Invalldos is n model "Knmpong," or Jnvan eso village, inhabited by slxty natlves of the Eastcrn Aslatlc nrchlpelago. It ls under tho dlrection of M. Rlchnrd, who Uvod on the island for seventeen years. Tho houses ore bullt princlpally of bamboo and palm loaves, brought from thoir natlve soll for this purposo, ond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 July 1889

MIDDLEBURY REfrlSTEK JULY 26, 1889. Vol. L1Y. Great Reduction -I3XT- BOOTSi ounty Hcits. -L SHOES Until my fall stock bcgins to arrive which will be next wock. Cnmo in now while tlio clianco is yours rind improvc it. I I havo bocn in Now York tlio past week buying the Best Goods I can find for the Money, nnd I am well ploased with thcm and cnn givc you in any of thera. definitcly. I will speak to you later about them morc Coinc in and Scc tlicm. O. ZrT. rOTJJSTGr. EXOELLENOE!- 'EOONOMY! iinest sfai-iiionts to oi'der fi-oiii ENGLISH AND SGOTGH WOOLENS! Besides we sell everything men need to vvear except shoes. THE BEST AiiE THE CIIEAPEST! 03NTH.Y ON PRICEJ! PEASE BROS. & POPE Men's Outfitters and Merchant Tailors, 160 Colleg-e Street, - - Burlington, Vt. Froston's BraiuBu, Barlss Fence Wlre ! THE BEST I THE WOULD. BRIDPORT. C. II. Frost ls nblo to bc nbout. X. C. Parker rcturncd hoiiic Tuesday L. R. Berry of Crown Polnt wus town Sutiday. It Is reportcd that iiotatocs nro rottii I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 July 1889

INo. 30.J MIDDLEBURY REGI5TER JULY 116, 1889. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby was glck, we gave hcr Castoria. When sho wa a Chlld, sho crlod for Castoria, When she became Mlss, sho clung to Castoria, When she had Children, sho gavo thcm Castoria. w GET RICH! JBuy Build ing lots in MiM- cie, Indiana. the leacling Natur al Gas City in tlieworlcl. Pri ces rim from $300 to $500 per lot. The city has gainecl 9000 in fifteen months. Sixty factories are now there, 500 ho uses are and builcling, 1000 more neecl ed at once. JIF All buying $500 worth of lots will receive a free Railroacl ticket to Mimcie. A descriptive paniphlet of 30 pajres haiidsonicly illustrated, contaluins: plat or lanils, wltn scaieor priccs, maps, etc forwarded ou appllcatlon bv Frank H. Bascom, New Englninl Agent, MONTPELIER, VERMONT. ARE foua aufferer from any of this 11st of symptoms, lomo of whlch warn you that you are llable to an attack of Apoplexy ? Dlzzlness or Pressuro ln the HeaJ, Spots Before ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 July 1889

Middlebury register, jtjly 26, ibso. IVol. LIV fjorse Dcpartmcnt. PROSPECTUS. Tho lnerenBlng prospcrlty ol tho nnaiSTER is gratlfying to lts ownors ; but its clrculntion im't n tcnth part ot what wo lntcnd lt Bhall bo. Tho Ueoistkh 1b tlio hlghcst authorlty ln tho world on tho truo hlstory and pedlgroo ol tho Amcrlcan ronil hovse. As bucIi.U dcsorvcs .and muBt got tho vory wldost circulatlon. lts llorso Dcpartmont Is worth many tlmcs lts eubecrlption prlco vahmble, instructlve, cntertalnlng. From nll over tho country wo liavo an lmmcnso nmount ol orlglnal mattcr comlng ln lor thls departmcnt; and wo ox pcct to bo ablo to glvo soon Uio hlstory and pedlgroo ol tho lollowing latnous hors es hlthcito unknown: Old l'llot, St. Law renco, Columbus, dnm ol Koyal Ocorgo, North Amcrlcan orllullockHorso;LadySurroy.daui ol Hcnry Clay; Tom Tlmmb, g. s. ol Orecn's Hashawj Lcontdas, rcputcd g. 8. ot Higgart's Rattlcr, and many othcrs. Thla ls pro.cmlncntly tho klnd of lnlonna tlon that all gcntlem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 July 1889

0 JNo. 30.J MIDDLEBURY EEGISTER JULY 16, 1830. NINE MONTH'S WINTER, And thc otlicr throc Into ln thc fnll nptly descrlhes thc scaons of thc yeur nsexpc rlcnccd ln Northern New Knglnnd. With wnrm wcnthcr comes tlie Tlrctl Feelhig, L,niiuor, Slccplucss, lnubllity to Work; infuctii iiiultitudu of lazy feellngs thnt nro rcnlly syitijtoin thnt tho pyptoni lioeds brnclnc iil"nnd Invlgoratlng. Antl-Apo-ptcctliiit is a irreat ISpilng Mcdicino. It elcaiiMiS, iuiihlus aud glves tolio to intis clos nnd nervcs. Dr. V. S. Ilutehlnson & Co., Euusburgh Kalls, Vt., wlll scnd ynu tootlmonlals. Vour drugglst wlll scll you n bottlc. NOTICE! Tho tast youiif? Mnlllon, WONDKItFUI. CUUK, will nmko tho scnson ot 18S9 nt tho stablo ot J. W. PECK, WEST CORNWALL, VT. .TKKMS, $S0 TO WAHUANT. Ito BtnniU 1 Imnils lilfih aml ls n honutlful cliestmit iiikI wrll pioportloned. IIo hus ivon thiee succuislx o rnces wlthnut lolnirn hent, wltli a lai'Ko llolil ot liorscs niralnst hlm at Burlington, I'luttsburgli and...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 26 July 1889

8 Voh. liy MIDDLEBURY REGOBTER, JULY 2G, 1889. Socal ZHattcrs. ron The Weather. TIIEWEEK KNUtNO WEllSESOAT. JULT S4. . ., , Thtrmomcter. Dftto. Wlml. 7n.in. Noon. 0 p. m. Tlmrs. July IS, N.8. M 70 73 Fli. " IV. S. Sl i ,J Sat. " 20, S.S. CO 74 bS suii. " 2i n. 5?, I?. Mon. " 22, S.. Wl . ' Tucs. " 23, S.S. 04 73 GS Weil. " 2i, N. 64 02 02 TRAVELERB' GUIDE. Tralns pass Middlebury station at tlio hoars glven bolow : GoiNO Noimi Exprcss, 3 :47 a. m. ; local ox. press, 0:40 a. m.; mall, 3.20 p.m.; oxpross, 6 20 p. m. QOIMO South Mall, 0:40 u. m.; pas9Ciigcr, 4:44 p.in.; mlxoil. S.-21 p.m.; cxpress, 9:30 p. m. Mails Close North, 2:50 and 7:30 p. m.; South, 9 .-20 a. m., ind 7 :30 p. m. Soo Ccntral Vt. tltno-table, olscwhcro. THE CHUR0HE8. ST. STEl'HEVS. KEV. ALVA E. CAnrENTER, RECTOn. Lct, 1889. Bundays Scrvico, 7:30; 10:45 a. m.; 7 :00 p. ui. ' SundnySchool, 12:15 p.m. Slondaye, Evenlng Pniyer, 4 :30 p. m. Tucsdnys, 4 3up.ni. Wcdncsdays, ' ip.in. Thursdays, ' ; :30p.m. Frldnys, " ; 0 p....

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 August 1889

iPiietitwi flto Segjtefe& Yol. LIY. MIDDLEBURY, VEMONT, AUGUST 2, 1889. iSTo. 31. ZHibMctmry 2cgistei PUBLISHED DY THE REGISTER CO. MILL STlir.ET, MIIILEntV. - - VEHMnXT. Sniered nt tlie Middlebury roitofflce as Second Clnss Matter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Mannger. TEKM S : Ono Year, .... . . 1.50 Six Jlonths . . .75 Four Jlonths, ... .50 Three.Moiiths, . .40 Advertising Rates 011 appllcatlon. .Iob rmsTlxo ot every varlety at the lowest prlces conslstent ivith good work and quality o( stock. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1SSP. NOTE AND COMMENT. The toue of the St. Jolinsbury papers does not iudicate tlmt Gov. DllHngliaui is over-popular up that way. American colleges faretl well ina llnau- pinl wiiv lnst. vp.ir. fettiii! L'lfts to tlin amouut of more than tcn tnillions of dol- - The Xorth Dakota constitution.il eon yeutiou decided, aftcr a long and hot de. bate, to subuiit the prohlbition fjuestion to the vote of the people. During the lUc.il yearjust ended 10S,- 275 less immigrants cauie t...

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