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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 August 1889

MIDDLEBURY REGSTER AUGUST 2, 1880. Yoii. L1Y. UNLIKE AMY OTHER- I'oolllvcly Curca Dlplithcrla, Cmup, Asthtna, llronehltl", CnM, nonrfennw, nncklnpt CouRh, WlmopInR. Uuugh, Catarrb, lulluemn. Cholcra Morhus, Dlarrhira, Kliouuintuin. Neuralgla, Toothacho, Kumclio, Ni rvous llcndoctac, Sclalica, Lame Ilack. nnd Sorenefis ln Body or Limtn. AS MUGH FOR INTERNAL AS FOR EXTERNAL USE. It Is marvrlon. liow ninnv dllTcrent cntnplnlnts It wlll cure. Its 'tronff pnlnt lle ln tho fnct that lt nctfl qulckly. Uunllug all Cuts, Ihtm nml Umtses liko Mnfric. Rcllerlng nll mauner of Cramps, Clillls, Lntncne of Mucles or StlfT Jolnts ancl Strnlns. ORICINATED BY AN OLD FAMILY PHYSICIAN. Allwholmy oron'orrlirrct fmni , aml renuest it.fhnll rrcelvo acrrtlflcnto that tho moncy shall bo ri'fundcil if tu t n'i inilatitly Kallffli'il. Itetnllr.rlccSSct'i. s 6 lnittlcn, R'iiu Kxpren prcpald to any part or tho Unlted Stat. i, or Cnnaila. CjBrValuable pamphlet sent f rco. I. s. JOHNSON & CO., Bolton, Jlass. ...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 August 1889

JSTo. 31.J MIDDLEBURY REGlSXli, AUGUST 2, 18S9. 3 TIIK Ml'SIC OF WAGXEll. IT IS NOW BEING SUNG AND SUNG WELL AT BAYREUTH. tlriof Skutcli uf tlie Anthor nf tlie 3Iulo of tho Fatnre SoeiiGi froni Somo of IIIs Famous Opcras Orluln nnl IINtory nf tlio Wondcrfiil Wngncrlnti Krstlvnls. HE musical festlval whlch begau nt Bay rcutli tii July and will closo ou Aug. 18 will bo os notnhlo ns nny that 1ms occurred sinco tho Qrst great Bayreuth festlval of 1870, whlch was undor tho directlon of the innn by whoni tho ldoa was concelved, and who struggled agalnst ndverslty for mnny yoars of hU life for tho succossful corryiug out of hls Idea Ilichard Wagner. Thls fes tlval of 1870 not only gained for Wagner an cnthuslastic recognltlon that has oxtendod throughout tho world, but It clearly markod on epoch ln tho hlstory of tho devolopment of music. It tnay bo said, wlth little fear of contra diotion, tbat not sinco tho marvelous har monles of Beethoven flrst amazed and de llghted Europo, or tho rov...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 August 1889

MIDDLEBURY REjSTER AUGUST 2, 1889. LVol. LJY. Great Reduction -ira-- BOOTS: AKTD'.- SHOES Until niy fall stock begins to arrivo which will bo ncxt week. Come in now while tlie cliauce is yours and improve it. I I have been in New York tlie past week buying the Best Goods I can find for the Money, and I am wcll plcased with them aud can givc yon in any of them. definitcly. I will speak to you later about them more Coinc in iind Scc them. o. nn. "Z"OTjnsrG-. EXCELLENCE!- EOOMOMY! Tlie fiiiest garments to order from ENGLISH AND SCOTCH WOOLENS! Besides we sell every thing liien need to wear except shoes. THE BEST ARE THE CUEAPEST! PEASE BEOS. & POPE, Men's Outfitters and Merohant Tailors, 160 College Street, - - Burlington, Vt. Preston's Braiflei BarMess Fence Fire ! THE J5FST IX THE WORIil). IHH Thii il (be moit jightly fence ever made from wire. lt will not brealc In cold rtlM iliU weather or ug inhot, 11 twisted wire will do. We wimnt the above. It contains BmuI IH i6feettothepou...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 August 1889

JNo. 31.J MIDDLEBURY RBGISTER AUGUST 2, 1889. Chlldren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby traa slck, we Eavo her Castoria. When she wos a Cbild, Bho cricd for Castoria, When sho becamo Ml, ibe clung to CcstorU, When she had Chlldren, ihs gave them Cairtorl. w GET RICH! JBuy JBuilcl ing lots in Mllll" cie, Indiana, the leadins: Nattir al Gas City in thewoiid. Pri ces ran from $300 to $500 j)er lot. The city has gainecl 9000 in fifteen montlis. Sixty factories are now there, 500 houses are building, and 1000 more neecl ed at once. Eir All buying1 $500 Trortli of lots will receire a free Railroad ticket to Muncie. A tlescriptivo pamphlet of 30 pages, handsomcly illustrated, contaiuiiiK plat of lands, with scaleof prices, niaps, etc, forwarded on appllcation bv Frank H. Bascom, New Eiiglanrt Agcnt, MONTPELIER, VERMONT. ARE Foua nfferer from any of thlsllstof jinptoms, eome of whlch warn you that you are Ilable to ao attack of Apoplexy ? Dlzxlneas or Pressure ln the Head, Bpots Beforo...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 August 1889

6 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, AUGUST 2, 1889. LYol LIV. J858 DANIEL LAMBERT 1889 PEDIQREE, DESCRIPTION and HI8TORY. nv vr. ii. lti.iss. j The portralt here reprodtieed was one of the bcst of the graphio likeness from thepcncll of the lauiented II. S. Kittredge, au artlst who, for the quallty of falthful ness to llfe In his sketches of horscs, has iiorcr been surpasscd. It shows this famous tiotting sire, uot a fancy pieturc, liut as hc rcally was when in his prinie at Cream llill Daniel Lambert was tlie most nrcnot- ' eut son of Kthan Allen, he by Vermont ' trotters found at that famous sumtner re UlackHawk; tlie dam of Dauicl Lam- ' srt- A few years later Mr. Dennoy sold bert was Fauny Cook by Abdallah, sou of i lliln t0 Benjamln U. Bates, who scnt lilui Hanibrino; second dam by Stoekholui's .Auierican Star, sou of Duroc. Fanny Cook aud her dam were both bred by Montfort Van Klceck, late of Chester, Orange Co., X. Y., and it is sct lled by his statcment, and has neyer been disputed, tliat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 August 1889

JNo. 31.J MIDDLEBURY KEGISTER AUGUST 2, 1839. NINE MONTH'S WINTER, And the other thrce lute ln tlic fall aptly dccrlbes thc pcasous ut tho ycur as expe rlcnccd ln Xorthcrn New England. With wariu wcather cotnes the Tlred lVellng, Laiiguor, Sleeplness, liiabillty to Work; ln fuet u iintUUudo of lazy fcellngs that nto really symptoina tliat tho systcti! nords hracing "up and lnvlgoratlng. Antl-Apo-plcetinc is a grcat Sprlng iMedlelne. It cleansoa, pmlilca tiud glvos tone to niii! cles and nerves. Dr. F. S. Itittehlnson fc C o., Eiiosburgli Kalls, Vt., wlll send you tcstlnionlals. Your drugglst wlll pcll vnu a bottle. NOTICE! Tho tnst young Mulllon, WONDKItKrL (.T1JK, wlll miiko thu season ol lss'J at tliu stable ol J. W. PECK, WEST CORNWALL, VT. iTKUMS, S4fl TO WAItltAST. llctaiidsioliniids IiIrIi und ls n bcautllul clicstmit nnd woll propoitloned. llu hai won thice siiccesslvo raci"! without lo-lnjr u heat, wltli u lariie lleld ot 1kii cs nirnlnst lilm ut limllngton, I'lnttsburgh iim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 2 August 1889

8 MIDDLEBURY REGISTEK, AUGUST 2, 1889. IYol. LfV. Socal IHatters. The Weather. thbwekk enbino wepnebday, jtllt 81. TOB . Thtrmomttcr. Dftto. Wlncl. , 7a.m. Noon. 6p.m. Thurs.Julyl5; "nT M 03 64 Fri. " 26, N.S. M 64 64 bLv. " 27 S. M 59 50 lun. 3 S. 60 CO 63 Mon. " 29. S. 68 .8 67 Tnea. " 30, S. 0B 67 70 Wed. " 31, S. 05 70 70 TRAVELER3' GUIDE. Tralns pass Mlciaiebury station at tho hoarB glven bclow : Goraa North Exprcss, 3 :7 a. m. ; local ox press, 9:40 n. m.; mnll, 3.-26 p. m.i ospress, CS0 p. m. Goino South Mnll, 0:40 n. m.i passengcr, 4:44 p.in.;mlxcd, 321 p. m.i cxpress, 9:30 p. m. Mails Close North, 2:50 nnd 7:30 p. m.j South, 9 :20 a. m., nnd 7 :30 p. m. See Centrnl Vt. tiino-tnble, clBowhcro. THE CHUR0HE8. ST. STEI'HEN'S. BEV. ALVA E. CAUPENTEn, IlECTOR. Lent, 1880. fiundnys Sorvlce, 7.30; 10:45 n. m.i 7:00 p. m. Sunday School, 12:15 p.m. Mondays, Evonlng l'ray er, 4 :30 p. m. Tucsdays, 4&ii.m. Wednesdaye, " I11, tn Thursdays, " , :30 p.m. Fridays, " T:2211,m- Saturdays...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 August 1889

lliiietitef vol. liv. MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, AUGUST 0, 1880. No. 32. Zltibblcbury cgtstci. PUDLI8HED BY THE REGISTER CO., MILI. STIIKBT, Miinr.r:ncitY. - - VEI13IOXT. Entercd at the Middlebury l'ottofflcc as Secoiut Clnss Mattcr. E. H. THORP, Eclitor and Managor. IKI1MS : Ono Ycar, J1.SO Slx Montlis . . Kour Jlontlii, ... . .50 Tlireo Montln, . . .40 Advertlslng Hatcs on nppllcntion. Jou l'niNTi.NO ol ovory varloty nt tlio lowcst piiccs conslstent wlth good work nnd quallty of stock. FIMDAY, ALT.UST 0, 1SS0. COMMISSIONEH VALENTINE'S SCHEME. The legislature of 1SSS passed nu rwt designed to ald In revivlng the agricul tural aiul inanufiicturlug intcrests of the State. Ma. A. 15. Valeutiiie of Benning ton was nppolntcd eoinuiisioiier unck'r the following section of that act : The govcrnor of the State is autliorized and directed to nnpoint a eoniiiilssioncr to eollect authcntlc statistieal infonna tion, as far as uiay lie jiosslble, covering a eonvenient scrie? of ycar, in regard to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 August 1889

2 MIDDLEBURY KEGISTEK AUGUST i), 1889. LVol. L1Y. - UNL1KE ANY OTHER.- Pnsttlvely Curr? tili.litlicrln, Crniip, Atlimn, limnrliltt", Cnlds, rtonrfcnp", Hnckliw Conch, WhnoplnK Cough, Catutrli, Iiillucnn, Chnlria Mmlni, Hi.irih" n, lllipunintlni, Ni'iirnlgln, TcioUiactac, taracho, Kvnuiu IlinJailio, Selatlcn, Lauic llack. nnd Sorcuess In HoUy or Uinbs. AS MUCH FOR INTEP.NAL AS FOR EXTERNAL USE. It ls marvcloin. how mnnv dllTrrcnt cnuiplnlnts It wlll ruro, Jtq strnnsr potnt llcs In tlio fnct tlmt H nrts qiilckly. llcallug all Cuts, llurns nnd IiruK"! liko Jtnjrlc. Iiellcvlnff nll uianuur uf Craiups, Chllls, l.anitm -snf MuwlcsorStluT Jolntsnnd btialus. ORICINATED BY AN OLD FAMILY PHYSICIAN. All whobnr or onlcr illrrrt frnm ti, aivl rcmton it.fhall rccctve nccrtlflcntf that tlio innnoy fhall bo nrunJcd ifii'it n'mmlmtty Fntuflid. lt(-tnlflrlcelct.i 6 ImttlOR, fii'J. l.xprcM prepald to any iiart or tlio Unltoil Stnu-s, or L.ui.ula. f-Vultioble pain hlct sent frie. I. s. JOHNSON & CO...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 August 1889

No. 32. J MIDDLEBURY IIEG1STBK, AUGUST 9, 1889. IN VAINI Tho rustllns of tho wlnga thou bearest ncar Aro not grent love'a wlde plnlona frlnged wlth flro, Nor that soft nir that stlra thy mml wlth fear Aught but tho tlngllnf- breath of vnRue tleslre: The wlnga of Mm who standa betwtxt ua twnln Mock wlth thclr wmnesa lovo'a bright huea ln valti Thou canst not tako love'a namo ln valu, or lny Aught but tlitne undlvlded burnluj? lii'art Upon hla shrlno, lest even the nlr should stay Thy hand, and Into warnlnR whispers otnrts Mar not thls moment's ayo remembered fyraco To set n staln of earth upon Its faco1 Alas, how henveuly fair thla spot would be If wo but lovedl thla ovcrhanKlntf cavo Llfo's lous sought haren, whllo tbo murmurlns sea Reflects a smllo of GoJ ln every wavei Yet we, wrapped ln night shadows, stlU do stay Ilopelesa upon the outsklrts of tho day I Lllly Ilaynca ln Tho Academy. A PJXG OF FATE. Thcro stands in Charleston nn old, rambling stono lTmnsion, n qunint and curious...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 August 1889

Yol. L1V. 1 MIDDLEBURY 11EGISTBK AUGUST 1), 1880. I Cairy RAVEN GLOSS SHOE BRESSIXG Li.pn cs Tlcntlior. Is cconomlcal. Makes ESK? "hoes look new and iwtural, not G- IF1. YOTJ3STGr EXOELLENOE ! Tlie linest gai-ixieiits to order from ENGLISH AND SCOTCH WOOLENS! Besides we sell everythiiig men need to wear except shoes. THE HEST ARE OHXTXjY OKTB PRICE! PEASE BROS. & POPE Men's Outfitters and Merohant Tailors, 100 Colles'e Street, - Pmton's Braidefl, Barliless Fence Wire ! r THE I8KST IX Tho Abovo Cut Roprosonts NO itlmi ' 'he mMt 'Ehtl)' fence ver mat'e 'rom wi" not breakincoUfeM IPfcp wea"Sinh" twwed wirc will do. We warramt the above. It contaiiu mjilffl 16 ft to the pound and i puton Rcelatame as barbed wire. U maltej more fence totheTfww!" ripoundthaj ever made. If you don't want your ttoclc tora to Bfll ffllMl P'eces ani ruined.buy this fencins. AsV yourhardware merchanttoihowyou Prestoa'l K9 !KViVil Bralded Barble Fence Wirc. Made of No. 13 ipring tecl galvanijed wire. HSKjH ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 August 1889

.No. 32.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER A XJfUST 9, 1889. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. YYhen Baby was slck, wo gave hcr Castoria. Whon sho was a Cbtld, she crlcd for Castoria, Wlicn sho becamo Mlss, sho clung to Castoria, When sho had ChllJrcn, sho gavo them Castoria. w -T O- GET RICH! JBuy JBuilcl- ingiots inMun cie, Indiana, tte leading Natur al Gas City in tlieworlcl. Pri ces run from $300 to $500 per lot. The city has gainecl 9000 in fifteen montlis. Sixty factories are now there, 500 houses are buildmg, ancL 1000 more neecl ecl at once. fSFAll buying' 500 vrortli of lots will receive a free Railroad ticket to Muncie. A descriptivo pamphlct of 30 pages, liandsomcly illustratcd, contaiuiiig plat o lands, wlth scaleof prices, maps, etc, forwardcd 011 nppllcntlon bv Frank H. Bascom, MONTPELIER. VERMONT, ARE foun BUfferer from any of thls list of ymptoms, .ome of whlch warn you that you are Uable to an attack of Apoplexy 7 Dlzzlness or Pressure lu tbe Ilead, Spots Before Eyes, Paln Ar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 August 1889

c Qorsc Dcpadment. PROSPECTUS. Tho lncrcnslng propcrlty ot tho ItKOisTKiils grntlfylng to lts owners i liut lts clrctilntlon lsn't n tenth pnrt ol wlmt wo lntcml It slmll 1)0. Tho lihutsTMi Is tho hlghest nuthorlty ln tho wnrld 011 tho truo hlstory nml podlnreo ot tho Ameiienn rond horse. As Micli.lt dcservcs nnd miist get tho vory wldest circulntlon. lts Horsu Depnrtinont ls worth mnny tlines lts biiliafrhitlnn lirlrn vnltmble, lnsirncuve, entcrtnlnlnir. From nll over tho eonnlry wo havo mi lmmont'o nniomit ot orlglnnl innttcr comlng I" lor thls depnrtinent; nml wo cx jn'ct to bo nblo to gtvo soon tho hlstory nml pcdlgreo ot tho iollowing tnuums hors. c hltherto unknown: Old l'llot, st. I.nw rencc, Coliimbus, dnin ot Koyul Ucorge, North Amerlenn or llullock llorso i l.udy tenrroy.duni ot Houry Clay; Tmii Tluuiib, g. s. ol Urecn's lliislmwj Lconldn, rcpnted g. s. ol lliggurt'a Ilattlor, und uiuiiv othors. Thls ls pro-emlnoiitly tho klnd ol Intnniin tlon that nll Kentlemon ol liitoll...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 August 1889

7 NINE MONTH'S WINT ER, Aml tliu othcr three late ln tlic fall nptly dcscrlbcs tho scasons of tho ycar as expc rlonced ln Xorthcru New Englnud. With wnrui wcathcr comcs tlie Tired l'cplhig, Languor, Sleeplness, Imiblllty to Work; ln fuot a inultitudo of lazy feollngs tliat are really syinptoins tliat tlie systcin nreds braclng'up nnd lnvlgoratlng. Antl-Apo-plectlno is a great Spring Medleine. It clcanses, purltlcs and glvcs tono to intis clos and nerves. Dr. V. S. llutchhison it Co Knosburgh Fall, Vt., wlll send you tostlinonlals. Your drugglst wlll lell you a bottlo. NOTICE! Tho last voung stnlllon, VOSM)i:i!FlI, Cl'ltK, wlll limko tho scason ol lssa ut tho stable o! J. W. PECK, WEST CORNWALL, VT. ITKll.MS, S"iO TO WAltltAXT. Ilo stands 1(1 linmN hlprli nnl is u bcnutllul chcstnut utul well propoitloned. Ito has won threo suceosslvo ruecs wlthout lolntrn hcat, wlth a lni-Bo llolil ot liorios iiniiliist hlin ut llurlhiKtnn, l'luttsburh nnd I.uko Geotfre. llo has tho slzo, stylo niul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 9 August 1889

8 MIDDLEBUTIY REGISTER, AUGUST 9, 1889. Yol. LIV. Socal Xllattcrs. The Weather. xou the week kxi1ixo wkhnksiuv, af(l. .... , Tlicrmomcter. Wlnil. "n.iu. Jsoon. 0 p. m. s C2 70 fiS S. Ml "S W S. 07 73 70 S.X. M 70 U3 s. w 111 w S.K. 61 !7 m X.S. 51 115 . Dnto. Tliurs. Aug. 1 Frl. Snt. Siin. Jlon. Tuea. Weil. TnAVELER8' GUIDE. Trnlns pnss Middlebury statlon at tlio liodrs glvon bolow: GolNO XoilTH Exprcs?, 3:17 n. m.i local ox. pross, :40 n. m.; ninll, 3 20 p. m.i oxpros, 020 p. ni. GOINO SOUTH Mnll, 9:10 n. m.J pasMiiger, 4:14 p. in.; lnlxed, SrJl p. m.j oxin-css, 0 30 p. tn. JIAII.S Close Xortli, 2:50 aml 7:30 p. m.i South, 9 .-20 n. m., and 7 :30 p. m. 8oo Central Vt. tlino-taulo, olsowliuro. THE CHUROHE8. ST. STKI'HKN'S. KEV.ALVA K. CAltl'KNIEll, llECTOK. J.ent, MM. Sunrtayo Scn-lcc, 7 30; 10:45 n. m.; 7:00 p. m, Sumliiy Scliool, 12:l.p.m. Mondaye, Kvcnlng l'rayer, 30 . m. Tuesilnys, " -o 1- Wednesdays, " tHjil1' ThuiMlays, " JV?1''1"' Frldays, " j s W 1'- ! 6iUunlays, " M V- COXG...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 16 August 1889

Yol. LIV. MIDDLEBURY, "VERMONT, AUGUST 10, 1889. tfo. 33. ZITibblcbury Hogtstcr. PUBLI8HED BY THE REGISTER CO HXtt STIIEET, MIIUH-lSMl'ltY, - - VEllIIOXTi Kntered at the Middlebury I'ostoflce as Second Class Matter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. TEIIMS : OnoYenr tl.S0 Slx Mnnths, FourMonths, ... .50 Thrco Moiitlis .40 Advertlslng Kntes on uppllcntion. .Iom Pkinti.xo ot every vnrlety nt tho lowest prlces conslstcnt wlth good vrork nnd qunllty ot stock. Fl'IDAY, AUGUST 10, 1S80. NOTE AND COMMENT. Ilow Xoah and fnuilly felt nbout the 30th day of thatcelebratcd ralnstorm is not so diflkult to uiulerstand as It was six wecks ago. "I am in n waiting attitude,"says IIou. Carroll S. I'age of Hyde I'ark whcn lu tcrvlewed by the Free I'ress on the gov crnorshlp. Mr. I'age ahvays dld liave a happy faculty of expresslon. Califomia 1s to bo congratulated on tlie shootlng of one of its eitlzens, Judge David S.Terry. At Lathrop, Wednesday, in a rallway station, he slapped the face of the veucra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 16 August 1889

Voh. hV. 2 MIDDLEBURY HEGJSTEK AUGUST 16, 1889. 1 " " " " " ' 1 i 1 """"" - UNLIKE ANY OTHER.- PrMttlTelT Cnrcs Mrhthoria, Cronp, AMhma, Tlmnrliltl, CnM, ITonrwnrs Hnckln Craiph, TYhoonlnff CoUKh, Calarrli, Inllut-mn. Choli'ra Stortnis, Dlnrrlma, lllieuiiintiui. Xi-urnlKln. Tontliaclie, Laracue, Hirvous llcadacbe, Sclntlta, Latno linck. nnd Sorcui'ss ln Doily or Llmbs. AS MUCH FOR INTERNAL AS FOR EXTERNAL USE. H ln mnrrf loni how mnny ilHTrrrnt cnmnlnlntB It wlll lciiro. Its ttronzpolnt lles In Ihofnct that It nr ts nulekly. lteallug nll Cuts, llurin aud llrnlvii llko Maete. Hellcvlnn all iuaiiuer ot Craunw, ChUls, ooir.lNATPD BY AN OLD All who bu r nronlrrdiivct from tn, aml n-niiet It, shall ncelvo awrtlncato that tho monoy shntt be f nnt nli mdnntly mtlsni-il. llctnll prlco !ct.! 6 Imttles, Rili). i:tprc prepald to nuy part ipSstStl"ii or Cnnaila. CirValuablo ratnUilcttcnt frce? Ls.J011.NSOK k do.. Bostou. jfaM. rcftindd 1 of tlio Unltcd GENERATION AFTER GEHERATIOH HAVE USED AND ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 16 August 1889

No. 33.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTEK, AUGUST 16, 1880. 3 AFTER DINNER WAUK A MILE.3 Tlie TIuio Wlion Wn Hnt, Hnwnvor, Mnltps Sorae DlnVi-cncc. "Aftor dinncr sit nwhilc. after snp pcr walk a milo." Tlmt was suitublo advico for tho "good old times when dinner was takon at noon." "Tlio wiso man changcs his mind." Wo modcrns liavo changcd ours und our habits, too. Tho couplct may bo changcd to suit tho new circumstances. "After lunch con sit awhilo, aftor dinncr walk a milo." Tliis advico is by no means univcrsally followcd. It may bo doubtcd whcther it is universally givon or bcliovcd in. Ono tbing, how ovor, says Tho Hospital, is certain: tho milo, and much morc, ought to bo walkcd somo timo during tho twcnty fourhours. Nay, it must bo walkcd jf hcalth is to bo maintained. Indoorair cannot bo brcathcd all day long with out scrious injury. uor cau a sulHcieiit mcasuro of physical cxcrciso bo dis pensed with. Naturo is stronger than all tho doc tors and drugs in tho world, and sho will not lct ...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 16 August 1889

y MIDDLEBURY REGISTEH AUGUST 16, 1880. Vol. L1V. I Carry in Stock a full hue ot Raven Gloss -AXD- ALMA POLISH botli of whieli are Mvct 11st Addison Sheep mcii nrc begliining to clrcttliitc. Stephen Wlltniarth was on tlio slcl; liist week. Mls Watson's nephew and heico ro turni'd to their home In Waterbury last week. llaylng progreses slowly. Coni la lookliig lliic', but potatocsurc rottlng uiul rusting badly. Mrs. George Clark aiul Mrs. Xaou lclt lat week with Mrs. Julla Day to vlslt frlends In Bostou. ,i ,, jI,... l.-xofli Tlic ti'ual dciegation ot ladles from Q'OOCl 101 tllG leatll- Xew Havon nnd Weybridge vlslto.t , . lrionds in Addison Inst week. Tlien ii you operntor, nnd mcaiiwlillc pursued tbe stuuy oi inw. 110 wns nuiiuucu 10 uic bar in 1870. Tlic samc ycnr be wns elcct cd to tbe lowcr house of tbo Illlnols lcg lslaturc iind at tlic next sesslon servcd ns seiintor. In 1880 be wns elccted clrcuit eottrt iudgc nnd wns re-elected ln 18s7. dudge Wflllainsoii wns n stniincb Itcnu...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 16 August 1889

ho. 33.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER AUGUST 1G, 1S80. F. E. Stcwart, who Is at hls brothcr's In Charlotte, Is rcported as inuch Iniprov cd ln hcalth nnil ablo to ilo conslderablo llght work. M. Ii. Ilolcs vlslted Hutland wlth hls graudson, who has splual dlsease, to eon sult a physlclan. He Kives encourage nieiit for a euro. Col. V. 1). llurlburt Is newly palnlliiE hls dwrillug houso and inaklng other re palrs, addlng very mtiob to tbc appcar anee as well as tbo worth of It. Threshlng bas berlin. Oats atc very lli;ht: barley Is bettor; wheat fair. Com proinlses well. l'otatoes uro rustcd badly and there are syinptons of rot ln wet pluecs. Jdcssrs. Sprague, Chlld and Crysler rcturned, Saturday, from eainp at k'el logg's bay. Mr. Cobb wbllo tbcro took a l)f 1b. pickcrcl, whlch was the blg llsli of tbu scason. Mlss Hertlia Grlswold of Bennington arrlvcd nt G. H. Sprlggs' on Tuesday. Sbo Is a sistcr of Col. Grlswold of tbe Sons of Vetcrans aud ls a graduate of thu Bennington Hlgli scliool. Whit...

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