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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 16 August 1889

6 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, AUGUST 16, 1889. lVol. LIV. X?ore -Dcpavtmcnt. PROSPECTUS. Tnoincrenslngprospcrltyoi thollEOHTEnis grntlfylng to lts owners ; but lts clrculntlon lsu't n tcnth pmt ol whnt wo intend lt slmll bo. Tlie Ukoistkh is tho hlghest nuthorlty ln the world on tlio truo lilstory nnd pedlgreo ol tho Anicrlcnn rond horse. As such.lt iloserves and must get tho very wlilcst circulatlon. II Horse Depnrtiuent U worth mnny tlme9 lts jubscrlptlon prlco vnlunble, lnstructlvc, entortninlng. From nll over tlio country wo hnve nn lnunenso nmount ol origlnnl mntter comlng ln lor thls depnrtnionti nnd wecx pcct to bo nblo to givo soon tho lilstory nml pcillgroo ol tho lollowlng lnmous hors es hlthorto unknown: Olil l'llot, &t. Lnw ronco, Columbus, ilnm ol ltoynl George, North Lmlv surroy.dmn ot Henry Clay; Tom Tlmmb, g. s. ol Urocn's Bnshnw; Lconldns, reputed g. s. ot Uiggnrt's Rnttlor, nml limnv others. Thls ls pro-emlnently the klml of lnlorinn. tlou that nll gentleincn of lntel...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 16 August 1889

JSo. 33. J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER AUGUST 16, 1889. 7 NINE MONTH'S WINTER, Aml the other thrcc latc ln tlic fall aptly deserlties the seasons of tlic ycnr itsexpc rlcnccd ln Xorthcrn New Kiiglnnd. Wlth warni weather eoincs tho Tlred l'eellng, Languor, Sleeplnes, Iiialilllty to Work; ln faet a iiiitltitiide of lazy fei'llng tliat nre really ny iiiptoins tliat ttiu systeui nceds hrueliigiip aml Iiivlorat Injr. Anti-Apo-pleetlne is a Rieat Sprlng MndleltiP. It c1enne, purhli's aml glve tom; to linc oln? aml iutvcs. lr. K. S. lltiteliliison Co., Kiiosburgli I"H, Vt.. wtll send you testliimnlals. Yoiir drugglst wlll sell you a bottlc NOTICE ! Tho lnt vcmiiK tidllon, WONlr.l!Kt'L (TIli:, wlll nmk'o the eiiMiii ol ISf'J ut tho stublo of J. W. PECK, WEST CORNWALL, VT. ,TKHMS, 5i0 TO WAltlt.VNT. 11c stanil lrt lmmN IiIrIi nml U n benutlfnl chcstnut nnd well proportlnned. IIo liii won ttuee suceulvu riiee without lodnn licat, wlth a luriiu llflil ot liorses niMliHt liim nt Htiillnntnii, 1'latt-lm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 16 August 1889

g MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, AUGUST 1G, 1889. Vol. IjIY. Socal iftattcrs. The Weather. IDB TnBWEKK ENUINO WK11NK91UY, AUO.ll. Thermomtter. Dnto. Wlml. , . 7n.m. Noon. p. m. Tlmrs.Aug. 8, S.X. 81 CO 03 Frl. " 9. 8.K. 58 W 01 snt! ' io s.x. m 7i ra Run. " 11. X. 58 M Wl Mo . 1 N.S. 50 00 59 Tucs. " 13, S. 82 ?2 53 Wctl. " H. 3. 50 j8 faO TRAVELER8 GUIDE. Trntns pass Middlebury stntlon nt tlio lioars glven below : Goinq Xoutii Exprcss, 3 :4 n. m.; locnl ex. press, 9:40 a. in.; ninll, 3.20 p.m.i exprces, 6:20 p. m. Goino South Mnll, 9:40 n. ui.i pa89ciiger, 4:14 p.m.j mlxeil, 8r21 p. in.; e.xprcss, 9:30 p. m. MAILS CLOSE North, 2:50 nml 7:30 p. ui.j Boutl), 9.-20 a. in., nml 7 :30 p. m. 8oo Central Vt. tlmo-tnble, eUewhcre. THE CHUROHE8. ST. STEl'IIEN'S. REV. ALVA E. CAIirK.NTEK, ItECTOlt. Lenl, 1869. Sumlnys Scrvlce, 7:30; 10:45 o. ni.i 7:00 p. in. " Suinlny School, 12:15p.iu. Moiulnys, Evuning I'rnyer, 1 :30 p. ni. Tucsilnys, " 4 :M p. ni. Wcilni-mlnys, " 1swp.in. Thursdaj-s, " jjJOp.in. rr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 23 August 1889

agegister . Vol. LIV. MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, AUGUST 2.3, 1839. No. 34. Zltibblcbury Hcgtstcr. PUBLISHED BY THE REGISTER CO., MILL STISEKT, MIinH.KHfllV, - - VEllMorVT. Knttred at the Middlebury I'ottofflce af Second Clnst itntter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. TERJI S : Ono Ycnr, $1-50 Si.t Months, . .75 Four Jlonthi, ... .50 Tlireo Monthi, .40 AdvertlsiiiR Itntcs on nppllcntion. Jon rmsTiso ol ovory vnrlety nt tlio lowcst prlces consistcnt with good work nml qunltty ot stock. FKIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1889. " Premature." The vehemenec wlth which would-be eandidatesfor thegovernorship denouuee prcseut discussion of tlie subjcct as "pre niaturc" is thc fuuny featute of current State polltics. It suggests the houest in- dignatlon which a crncksmaii engaged ln boring the door of a safe would exhlblt if his partner should lntimatc tliat an elcctric light tnlght facllltate operatlons. Cracksmen and n ccrtalu sort of candi dates have a fellow-feeling licither class dellghts iu publiclty. Both l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 23 August 1889

2 MIDDLEBURY REGISTBB AUGUST 23, 1889. jVoL. L1V. - UNLIKE ANY OTHER- PoaltjTclT Curcn Mphtherlfl, Croup, Atthma, Bronchttts, Cnlds, nnnrvnpjs nncklng CoiirJi. WJjoopln. CuuBh, Catorrh, lnmirnrn, Cliolera Mnrtnis, Dtnrrhtpa. Itlii'innntini, NrumlRlii. Toothachc, Earactio, Nitvous llradacuc. Sclatlca. Lntuo liack. and Sorcncse in Hody or Llinba. AS MUCH FOR INTERNAL tt ls marrdou. how mnny dlfferent cnmnlatntvlt wlll nlnlntmt Wlll qaicEiy, llealing all CuU, Iluma and llrulses llke Jtaplo. ltellovlim nll tuannur ot Cramps, Culus, LauicncM of Jtuscles or SthT Jolntsand Stralns. ORICINATED BY AN OLD FAMILY PHYSICIAN. GENERATION AFTER GENErUTION HAYE USED AND BLESSED IT. Central Vt. Railroad. " EASTEKN 8TANDARD TIME. COMMENCINC MAY 26, 1888. Irains wlll lcavs Middlebury aa followa: OOIMQ NORTn AND WEST. 3:47 a m NIGIIT EXPHESS, from New Yorkfor Montroal.Og dcnaburir anil thc West. Slccplnir car to Montrcal daily Sundnys lncluded N'ow York to Montrcal, vla Troy. LOCAL EXPRESS forBur llngt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 23 August 1889

JNo. 34.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTEK, AUGUST 23, 1889. ABOUT WORLD'S FAIRS. HISTORY THAT IS INTERESTING FOR AMERICANS JUST NOW. It Is KcnilPrcil Approprlnto by Ileason of tlio Approitchtng F.xhllilttnn of 1803, When tho Ilcnvcryof Amnrlcn by Clnls loplicr Cnliimhits VTIH Ilo Olobriiteil. It doosn't inntter n "terriblo ?ight" to Anicrlcans outsido New York, Chicngo, Washington nnd St, Louis, in wliich of thoso citie3 tho World's fair of 18D2, to celebrato tho discovery of tho wostcrn contincnt by ono Christophor Colon, alias Coluiubus, is held. Strenuotts excrtions aro being mailo in behalf of nll of thom, nnd tho rest of the world will wntch with tnterest to tho flnish the wordy wnr that is now going on, ready to "liurrah" for tho vinner when it is declded. Tho first world's fair was held in Hyde park, London, in 1851. Thero had been a number of industrial exhibitions in Europe, and in 1844 ono was hcld in Pnris which was so successful that it suggcsted a similar ono to the English peoplo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 23 August 1889

4: MIDDLEBURY KEGISTEK AUGUST'23, 1889. Vol. L1Y. Custom Work Department. Hayiiig put in sereral styles of New Lasts inchidino' the Waukempliast, Frencli, Loudou-Freucli and London toes ancl otliers, are prepared to do anytliiiig' in tliis liuc in the best of Stock, Workmanship and Style. IRIE PAIE 1 3ST Gr We also make a specialty ; in tliis we gu.ai'aiitee satisfaction. All work "VTai'raiited. O. IH1. OTOsTGh EXOELLENCE!' Tlie linest g-ai'ments to order from ENGLISH AND SCOTCH WOOLENS! Besides ve sell everything mcn need to wear except shoes. THE BEST ARE THE CHEAPEST! OISTH.Y 03XT3E3 PRICE! PEASE BROS. & POPE, Men's Outfitters and Merchant Tailors, 160 College Street, - - Burlington, Vt. TIIK BJJEiLIKeTBM SAYIXWS :- HAiK, CllAKTKItKD IN 117 l)c)naltH Jaiiiini'y 1, Surplu HHfi, - 81,570,7:1.1 ltecolvi'rt nnil payidupoilU dally. Dcposlts tnado 011 or bcloru tliu 4th ot nny iiiontli draw Jnterest Irom tliu 1t. It iiimlu atter thn 4th, lntorust wlll eomiiu'iifo thu Ist ol tlio to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 23 August 1889

MIDDLEBURY EEGISTER AUGUST 23, 1889. JSo. 34.J Thc raco on Saturday last on tlic Amor lcau Houso track rcstiltcd as follows: 11110' rnce, Harvester, Jr., 1st, Hnrry WrlRht 2d, lioot Jack3d, Mack L. 4tli; 2 :o0 class, Ilnmmcr 1st, l'egasus 2d, Llz zle II. 3d, Maggle 4th. About 8100 was dlvldcd bctwecti the horses as abovo; time aiiywhcre froui 2:50 to 4 tnlnutc.'. ' 3lrs. llcrrlck Stcvcus, agcd 55, dlcd on gunday last. Slie liad for scvcral nioiiths Wn conllncd to thc housc. She was thc daughter of thc late Hosea Willard and marrlcd Mr. Stcvcns Aur. 15. 1S55. Thcy movcd to Chieago, where Mr. Stevcns was one of the lessecs of thc Matteson llouse. Shc was a tucuibcr of thc Con gregatlonal church, and was loved and respected by all, nnd wlll be fircatly uiisscd by her inauy rclatives atui f rlcnds. Thc four daughtcrs were prcsent at thc f uneral Mrs. Charlcs Ilaintuond of Chlc ago, Mrs. Dr. Parker of New York and thc uuniarried daughtcrs Jcnulc B. and Herrlka. Hosca Wlllard of Port Hcnr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 23 August 1889

6 LVol 1AY. fjorse Department. PROSPECTUS. Tho lncreaalng prosptrlty ot tlio UEfllSTF.His gratlfvlng to lts owncrs i but its clrcnlntlon lsn't a tcntli pnrt what wo lntcnl It slmll bo. Tlio Uboistkh Is tho hlghest authorlty In the world on tho trno lilstory aml pocllgroo ol tho Anicrlcnn roiul horso. As 8iicli.lt deserves nndmustgetthovory wldcst circulntlon. lts liorse Depnrtment ls worth lnnuy tltnes lts gubscrlptlon prlce vnluable, lnstiiiettvo, entertnlning. Kroni ull over tho country wo liavo nn lmnienso nmountot orlglnnl nintter comlng ln lor thls lc!i)iii-lmont i nnl wcoxJ pect to bo iiblo to glvo soon tho lilstory nnd pcillgrco ot tho lollowlng tnimms hors C8 hlthcrto unknnwiii Old l'ilot, St. I.nw rcnco, ColutnbiiH, ihun ol Koynl tieorgc, North Amcricunorllullnck liorse i Liuly Sunoy.dnni Ol Honry Cluyj Toiu Thmnb, g. s. ol Uivoii'm Baehnw; l.eonldns, ropnted g. s. ot Iliggart's Kattlcr, nnd many othors. Thls ls proemlnently tho kind ot Intminn tlon tlmt all gontlemeu ot li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 23 August 1889

JSo. 34. J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER AUGUST 23, 1889. 7 Sfyccp 3ntcrcst. WESTERN COMPETITION. 'I'he coiulltioii of thc shcop indtistry lias been Iniprovlnn for soinu tlino, aiul nopulur I'linlliluiii'o In Its futurc 1ms bccu lu ii groat iueauru restorwl. Miiny pco plu nro riNpiKud to turii to sliuep now who witliln a luw ycars liavo iiunmloiicd thu tlock in dl?nust, wlillc ticit n few cnt tlutneii nre mnkitig obscrvatious wltli tlio saiue cnd lu vlow. Wltli tlicse liiets be fore thoui It U Just iis woll for slieepinen to look about n little nud scu whcre tliey stand, and dlscovcr as ncar ns niay bo wliat tlie futurc lias In storc for thciii. The oldtr inen, who have scon two or three dlsbcartonliiK dcprcsslons iu tlio busluess, nced not bc told tbat such tlilngs niay oeciir iigaln. AVe are lookliiR for a pcrlod of eompar ntlvcly suceessful sbcep lnisbandry, yet a word of cautlon ls none tlie lcss In placc. Lcglslatlon is so adjustcd as to favor wool production, nud tbcrc is uo iuiuiedlatc...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 23 August 1889

8 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, AUGUST i3, 1889. Vol. 1AY. Socal XTCattcrs. The Weather. tou tiib wktk kndino wkdxbsuat, auo. 21 .... , Thermometer. Wlml. 7n.m. Noon. 6 p.m. i! M 03 Cl S. 60 04 C2 S. 51 01 IH S. 51 00 1 s. 5.5 oo o K.N. 51 "1 0S S. 69 72 71 Dalo. Tliurs. Ang. 15, Sat. " 17, Sun. " IS, Mon. " 1, Tues. " 20, wou. " 2i,i TRAVELEn8' GUIDE. Tniins pass Middlebury stntlon at tho hoars givon bolow : Goi.no North Exnrcss, 3 :17 a. m. ; locnl ex pross, 9:10 n. in.J uiall, 3.28 p. m.J exprcss, 6. -20 p. m. Goma South Mall, 9:10 a. in.; passci.ger, :! p.m.i mlxotl, 8:21 p. ni.j oxpi-est), 9 :30 p. m. MAIL8 CL03E Xorth, 2:50 antl 7:30 p. ui.; South, 9 20 n. m., anil 7 30 p. m. Seo Ccntrnl Vt. tltno-tablo, olsowhcro. THE CHUR0HE8. ST. STEl'HKN'S. REV. ALVA E. CAKTENTElt, IlECTOn. Lent, 1881). 8undny& Service, 7:30; 10:15 n. m.J 7:00 p. m. &unilay School, 12:15 p.m. Mondnys, Kvouing l'rayur, 1 :30 p. ni, Tucsdnys, " 4 :3o P-i"' Wcilnuwlaye, " 7:30p. ui, Thursilays, " 7:30p.m, Frid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 August 1889

Vol. LIV. MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, AUGUST 30, 1889. No. 35. 21Ti6bIct)ury Hcgtstcr. PUBLI8HED BY THE REGISTER CO., JIILL STBEET, MIIIH-KlII7ItV. - - V1311MOXT. Enttrttl at the MitldteUiry Postoffice as Secomi Clais itatter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. TEKMS : One Year . . 41. .10 Slx Months, . . . .75 Four Months, ... .50 Thrco Month, . - .40 Advertl'iing Uates on nppllcation. Jon I'HtNTlNO ot every varlety at tlio lowest prices conslstent with good work nml quallty of stock. FIHDAY, AUGUST 30, 1SS0. The Latest Combine. Thcrc is good ground for belleving th.it tlie friends of Lieut.-Gov. Woodbury and Franklin Falrbanks of St. Jolinsbury have formecl a ' combine, the object of whieh is to elevatc the f orraer to tlie gov ernorshlp next year and at tlio sainc tlnie niaUe the latter llcutenant-govcrnor. Hnt tlie adherents of the inartlnl niakcrs of pipe organs of peace at Brattleboro say they are not going to have that " prcec dent," brokcn In the casc of Mr. Fuller, reestablished. He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 August 1889

MlbbLEBlJRl' "REGISTEllj AUGUs'P 80, 1889. IYol LYV. Qorsc Dcpavtmcnt. PROSPECTUS. Tlio lncredflng prosperlty ot the ItKOisTF.nls grntlfylng to lti owners i lut lts elrculntion Im't n tcnth part ol whnt ve lntend lt shnll be. The np.ol9TBit ls tlio btsrliest nntborlty ln the world on tho tmo hlstory nnd pedlgree ol tlie Arucricnn ronit horse. A tncli.it dosorves and. tnust got tbo very wldest circulntlon. Ite lioree Departmcnt ls worth uinny tlmes lts iubscrlptlou prlce valunble, lnstructlvc, entertnlnlng. From nll over thc country we bavo nn lmmense amount ot orlglnnl matter coinlng ln lor tlils delmrtiiient j nnd we ex pect to bc nblo to glvc soon the blstory and pedlgree ot tho lollowlng lamous hora ee bttlicrto nnknown: Olil I'llot, St. Lnw rence, Colnmbu, ilnin ol ltoyal George, North Anierlcnn or llullock Horse ; Lady sun'cy.dntn ot Henry Clny; T0111 Tliuinb, g. . ot Ureen's Bashnw; Leonidas rcputcd g. s. ol lliggnrfs Battler, aml uianr others. TblB ls pre.euiinontly tbo klnil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 August 1889

JSJo. 35.J MIDDLEBURY REGlSTEK, AUGUST 30, 1889. 3 JOIIN. "Do you neeil a raan to work aliout ytrur placo, sir?" Judgo Parker lookoil tip from his iaw books und pnpers to tlio questioner, n etalwart man, nbout 80 ycars of nge, poor, but gentcel in appearanco nnd re Bpcctful in manner nnd spcoch. "Tnkc a chalr," 6aid tlio judge, politcly, motionlng to ono near him. "No, tliank you, Bir; I profcr to stand, if you pleaso. Tliia door wns opcn atid I mndo bold to walk in. I knocked sovcrnl times ou tlio door framo, but you dldu't hcar uio. 1 camo just to ask if you necd n man to do any sort of work about your place? If you do not I'll not tako up any moro of your timo, as I sco you'ro busy. But 1 liopo you do, slr; I nced work badly." "You aro a stranger In Pixley, aro you not?" askcd tlio judgo, lcanlng back In his cliair. "Partly so. I lived hcro years ngo." "Your name?" "Call mo John." "Your 8Urnatue?" "I would liko you to call mo just John, eir, if you ploaso." "Don't you know, niy m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 August 1889

MIDDLEBURY REGISTER AUG-TJST 30, 1889. Vol. L1Y. Custom Work Department. Haying jnit in seyeral styles of New Lasts iiichiding the Waukenipliast, Frcncli, London-Freiich ancl Loudon tocs and otlicrs, yre are prepared to do aiiytliing in tliis line in tlie best of Stock, Workmanship and Style. IRIE PAIE HsTGr We also make a specinlty ; in tliis "we g'uarantee satisfaction. AI1 work warraiited. O. ZrT1. "5TOTJnsrGI-. EXOELLENOE!' Tlie Hnest garments to order from ENGLISH AND SCOTCH WOOLENS! Besides we sell everytliing men need to wear except slioes. the best are the cheapest! PEASE BROS. & POPE, Men's Outfitters and Merchant Tailors, 160 Colle&e Street, - - Burlington, Vt. THE BUIBiL!IK'STDK SAVIMJS :- KAK CIIAUTEKKD IX 1S17. Depnsltft Jnnitnry I, .Surpllls - l.'II,t..-Sl lteceives nnd paysdeposlts daily. Ili-pnnlts made on or betoro tlio 4th ot any iiiontli drnw lnterest liom tlio 1st. Itinndu uttor tho 4th, lnteiest will coinnu'iico tho lst ot tlio follow lng uiontli. lntere...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 August 1889

JSo. 35.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER 30, 1889. Bcsscmcr, Mich., was attackcd by two hlghwayiuen Monday inornlni; uml tho passengcrs wcro robbed. Two nieti wcro shot, ono fatally. Tho trcasurcr of Jaok9ou county, Mleh., has pald bountlcs slnco July 1 on ovcr 3200 doad Englisli sparrows, but It is understood that sovcral mllllous of the speclcs reuinlu to tcll tho story. 1 T. Hccrs, 58, a farmer, shot and In stantly klllcd Lcvl Klcc, his nclghbor, Sundav, near liidopendonco, Kcnton county, Ky. A (juarrel of several years' standlng cxlsted betwccn tho tncn on ac couut of a road-way. 'J'hlrty-thrcc riiliiaincn of Baltimore wcro surprlscd whllc cngngcd iti playlng fau-tau at inldnlght Sunday night. Hastllv barrlcadlng tho door thcy dclled tho policc foranhour, butnll wcro flnally captured and drlvcn to tho policc stntlon lu three trlps of tho patrol wagon. Tho I'nltcd Statcs clrcult court was offlclally Infortned at San Franclsco Tues day that tho chargc of mtirdcr agalnst .lustlce Stophcn .). ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 August 1889

Voi L1Y. G MIDDLEBURY REGISTET AUGUST 30, 1880. - UNLBKE ANY OTHER. PiwltlTClT Curcs lllr.hthcrla, Croii, AMhma, Ilpnnr(iltls Colda, nonrsenrss, nacklnft Conch, moopli?. Oough. Cotarrli, Inllniwn. Cliiili-m Blnrlan, pmrrhii-n, lilicutnntnm. NeuraWii, Tootnoclio, Earaclio, Ncrruua Ik-nilacbc Sclatlcn, Lnmo llack. and Boruuess in lloily or Limbs. AS MUCH FOR INTERNAL tt la marrrtou. liow mnny dlnYn-nt cnmiitninta lt wlll ljuncuoMnfllusclcsiirStiltJolntinnil Stralns. ORICIMATED BY AN OLD FAMILY PHYSICIAN. Atl whotrav oronli-rillrcct fmm u,anil n'liiicst lt. shall tvcrtvo acrrttftcatc that Uio money ahall bo BENERATIQN AFTER GEHERATION HAVE USED AND BLESSEO IT. Central Vt. Railroad. " KASTEKX STANDAUl) TIME. COMMENCINC MAY 26, 1888. Ttaina wlll lcav Middlebury aatollows.- OOINO NOItTH AND WK8T. rA AH rs v-y-. NIGIIT EXI'ItESS, from d.i: a III Vuw Yorkl'or Montroal.Ox dcnabure and tho West, Slceiilne car to Montreal daily Sundays lnoliulcd New- Vork to MonUenl, vln Troy. 9:40 a m LOOAL K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 August 1889

JSo. 35.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER AUG-UST 30, 1889. 7 FALL FASHIONS FOR MEN. ENSILAGE. WHAT PRAOTIOAL MEN 8AY ADOUT IT. (From llonril's I)nlryni:ui. Two yeurs' exi)erlenco goes far to con yluee ine tliat 24 tons of cnsllugi;, inade from swcet corn with roastlnjjenrs duvel-opi-il, is fully equiil ln fccilitij; vnlue to one ton of hay, nmt Rrciitlj to bo nrcfcr rcil f r mlll: cows, c.tlvcs, brood sows iiiul slioati. (.lllrnm Smitli, Wlsconshi. e have led our hcrtl of 100 Jcrseys on lt mornlng nud iiiglit, with lmy at noon lor llvu vears, aml oacli year vo ilnd tlie rcults inore eiieoiiraulnj;. We llnd tliat with one lialf tho (juantlty of tfraln we ui-d to leed with hay, If fed with eusiliiKc, fives us two ilt eent more iTeain and a buttcr llow of inllk. John Mnyur, Mahwah, X. .1. In rpganl to havinj; thu so-called sweet ensllage, thu inaln point ai(ears to have the corn vcll-rlieiiutl roady for early cut tlni and shocklng. Corn rl(ciiecl 90 tliat tliegrain beglusto dunt will inake swcet ...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 August 1889

8 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, AUGUST 30, 1889. IYol. L1Y. Socal IHattcrs. The Weather. Thermometer. Date. Wlnil. 7 n.m. Noon. Op. m. Thur8.Atig.22, S.N. 00 72 Cfl JTrl. " 23, E.S. 62 0 C3 Bftf " 24 K..N. 82 73 02 Bun. " 2.1. X. 5- fli U Mon. ; 20: JC.S. 4.1 03 m Tucs. " 2 S. 52 C3 OJ Wcd. " 23, S. 53 ,3 ,1 TRAVELER8' GUIDE. Trnlns pnss Middlebury statlon nt tho hours given bolow : Gonta Nohth Expross, 3 :47 n. m. i locnl ox press, 0:10 n. m.; tnnll, 3.20 p.m.; exprcas, 6. -20 p.m. Goino South Mnll, 9:40 n. m.; pnssenger, 4: p.m.iuiixcd, 8:21 p.m.; oxprcss, 9:30 p. m. MAILS Close North, 2:50 nnd 7:30 p. m.; Boutli, 9 30 n. m., nnd 7 0 p. m. Seo Centrnl Vt. tlmo-tnble, elscwhcro. THE CHUROHE8. ST. STEl'HEN'S. Rev. Alva E. CAnrENTEn, Uectok. Lent, 1SS0. Sundnya Servlce, 7:30; 10:15 n. m.; 7:00 p. ni. Sundny School, 12:15 p.m. Mondnys, Evenlng l'rnyer, 4 :30 p. m. Tueednye, ." 4. 30 p.m. Wcdnesdnys, " 1 30 p.m. Thursdnys, " 1 30 p.m. FrUlnys, " j 30 p. m. enturdnys, " 30 p. ln. CONGHEGATIOKAL....

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 September 1889

itlulttlelmvii Vol. LIY. MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, SEPTEMBER G, 1889. No. 36. iTtt&Mebury Hcgtstcr. PUDLI8HED DY THE REGISTER CO., M1M. STItEET, MIIHH.EHUKY, - - VEIIMOIVT. Enteretl at the MtiMUbury rottoftce at Secoml Clasa Matler. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. TEUMS : Ono Yenr, $1.50 8ix Jlonths, . FourMonths, ... .50 Three Jlonths, JO Advertlslng Kntes 011 nppllcatlon. Jon Phinting ol every varlety at tho lowest priccs consistcnt with good work and quallty ol Btock. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1SS0. NOTE AND COMMENT. Tho St. Johnsbury Republlcan is satis fledthat double taxatlon ls largely the cause of the trouble which Vermont far niers experienee lu making both ends mect. Hon. Wheelock G. Veazey of Rutland, assoeiate justlcc of the State suprcine court, was onSaturtlay appointeda mem bcr of the interstate eomuierce comniis sion to flll the vncaucy caused by the re signation of Col. Aldace F. Walker. The selection ls uniyersally commended. Judge Veazey ls au able, upright, gen ral ge...

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