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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 September 1889

MIDDLEBURY REGISTBR SEPTEMBER 6, 1889. IVot.. L1Y. ii LlcMS Llv Sheri VE SEND Wt- n ,t-nCTS Sliei'Msm's Conlit5on Pownler U atwolutolv lntro nnd hljrhty oonecntrntpd. Ono ounoo N worth n ponnd of nny otlior kind. Strlctly fl tnedlclne. to ln" tilvcu ln tho tm, oncc ilnllr. ln s'nall dospn. 1'rvTenM niid curcj nll dlvasps or hpn. Worlli Iti wi-kht ln colil wlun hi'iis nru iiuiiilllnir, and lo kppp thcm licalUiy. TeMlmoiiiniH scnt froo liy mnll. Ask your drueirlft, cmrcr, ppnernl storp. or fpc il dpnlcr for lt. . If you caii t P't It, spikI nt luicu to us. Tnko no othpr klnd. We will t.cn.1 rmtpnld liy mnll n followa i A new, enlarccd, uicuantly lllustrnted copr of the 'FAllMEllb' l'OVLTHY ltAIStNO OUinr." (prleo 25 ccntsi tclU liow to mnko moiicy "Itli n fcw hen, nnd two smnll pneknire? of l'owdpr for IV) cciiMt or. ono lnrpo 1 1-1 pound cnii nnd'Guldp, 81.31). Snmple imcknire ot l'owdpr. ecntn, flio for 8U". M t'lX'lwlcl, for ta.it). Send etninps or cah. L S. JOUXSO.N & CO.. Cus...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 September 1889

tfo. 36.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, SEPTEMBER 6, 1889. 3 OF TI1E EMl'IUK SHaDKS. THE TITLE APPLIED TO tm 3,' QREENS NOW SO POjLAh 5HT Ollve Ilnrper Tells About Tliem, nni Adds a Few Wordt RegnrdliiE a Uunuet Tliat Cost 98S Senslble t)rc for llenlthy Young Glrl and Soiue Otlier Mntters. Speclal Correspondence. New Yoiut, Aug. 29. The brlght grccns that are now brought forward for fall dresses aro callod empiro Bhades, and I noticed among thcni an old ao quaiutance In regular pea green. This alone is a very patriotio color for certaln of our citizens, but, combined with deli cato fawn color, tho plnkisb grays and creatny pinks, inako really attractiveand pleasing effects. Green ls tho color this fall and any shado is in fashlon, but, as I 6: d, tho rather crudo and brilliant colors will be tho moat worn. Coral pink, Bhrlmp plnk and old roso nro colors often used for undersklrts, over wj 'ch tho open redingote shows with good e.Tect. MAROnniE DHESS. I saw a fanciful bonnet just lmported whi...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 September 1889

4 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER SEPTEMBER 6, 1889. IVol. L1V. 15 Cases New Groods! JUST RECEIVED, AND THEY All Contain t ii 3 LV3J M 11 I And see if I camiot jDi-OTe it to you. o. ie1- "X"OTjnsr3-. EXOELLENCE!' Tlie finest g'arments to ordcr from ENGLISH AND SCOTCH WOOLENS! Besides we sell everything men need to wear except slioes. TIIE BEST AKE III I CIIEAI'EST! 03NI I.Sr OTSUZS PHICE ! PEASE BEOS. & POPE, Men's Outfitters and Merchant Tailors, 160 Colleft'e Street, - - Burlington, Vt. tiii: IBIHHjLIKeiTOK SAYLVtiS : BANK, CIIAKTKItKI) IX 1S47. Itt-poslts Jnlillnt-y I, 1NSN, - $l,It70,7:ia Nurpln- Hecoi ves and pay s doposlts ilntlj-. Doposlts miiilu on oi- belnro Iho -i tli of uny month draw lnteicit from thu Ist. If uniilu altur tlio 4th, liitercst wlll eonuiu'iieu llm 1st ol thu lollow. liiB montli. Inteiet wlll bo crcdited to de- CosltorsJamiary 1st iuul July 1st, componiul. iB twlcu a year. Thuro aro no Htockliolclors ln thls bank. All tlio eni'iiinya, luss oxponscs, bulonj? to ilop...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 September 1889

JSo. 36.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER SEPTEMBER 6, 1889. Much dlillculty was expcrlcnccd ln ob talulng ajury. Forest flres have doatroyed vlllagcs ln Illlnols and Montana and thcrc havo bcen dlsastrous pralrle flres lu Miniic sota. A 11-ycars-old daugliter of Byron Welch gave licr lufant sistcr crubalnilng fluld to drlnk at Albany, N. Y., Sunday. Tho baby dled soon aftcrward. Thc Atuerlcan Bar assoclatlon Iti Its annual sesslon at Chlcago, Frlday, chosc Edward Hltchcock of St. Louls prcsl deut and Elihu 1$. Taft of Burlington viee-prcsldont for Vermont. Colored people havo hcld a nieetlng at Boston at whtoh lt was tleclded to hold a conferenco of leadlug eolorcil uieii of tlie country at Boston somctltuo ln Scptcui bcr, to conslder thc mattcr of dlstrlbu tion of fedcral patronage. A nionuincnt to tho nictnory of thc confedcratc dead who fcll ln battle near Manassas, Va., was unvellcd in thc pres cnce of thc towns-pcople and a nuiubcr of personsfrom thc surroundlng country. Tho orators of th...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 September 1889

6 "MjfoDLEBUHY REGIStER, SBPTeMBER G, 1880. IVol. L1Y. fyotst f)epartment. PROSPECTUS. Tho lncrcasing proeporlty ot Iho UJioiBTitB ls fratUylng to 1U ownera i bul its clrculation Un't n tenth part ot whfit wo intond it shall Tjo. The IU!OI8TKB 1 tho hlgheet authorlty ln tho world on tho trno htrtory nnd podlgToo ol tho Amcrican road horso. As such.lt deservcs nnd tnust got tho rory wldest circulatlon. Its llorse Dcpartmont ls worth many tlmcs its iubscription prtco vnluablc, iiistructlve, entortainlng. Kroui ull over tho country wo liavo an Immonio amount ol orlglnal mattcr comlng ln lor thls ilcpnrlincntj and wo ox. pcot to bo nblo to glvo soon tho lilstory and pedlgreo ol tho lollowlug lnmous hors es htthcrto unknown: 011 l'llot, St. Law rence. Columbus. ilam ol ltoynl Gcorge, North Amcrlcnn or llullock Horso ; Lntly Surrcy.Uam ol Uonry Clay; Tom Thmiib, g. s. ot Grccn's Bashaw; Lconhlns, rcputed g. s. ol Uiggart's Battler, and lnanv others. Thls is nro-onilncntly tho kind ol inio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 September 1889

JSlo. 36.J MIDDLEBURY KEGIgTR SEPTEMBER G, 1880. 7 Cfyc jouscfolb. CUFFS, COLLARS, AND SHIRTS. Uood Ilousckcoping. How many a youtig wlfo lias ylowcil wlth "wcarluess nnd vexatlon of splrit" her husbiimrs llncii, liini), dauip, uml strciikeil wlth blulng, fecllng slic cltlier liail to put ui wlth It ratlicr nllow lilm to do it or forcc hiin to drop hls lmnl uarnecl dollars ln the alinost ludlspcnsnblc steam laumlry, ln onlur to sliow a bold white front to tho weiirlsoinc toll of tho day. I, ainoiiK tbo rest, have sutlcred at the hamls of Ignorant, uiiscrupulous l,iuiidroses wlth thelr poekuts full of sal-f-oda, etc., who, when mlldly rebuUed for thclr execrablc waslitnj,', tell you wlth an Injured air, they do thclr best and it you don't Uke It, bettcr get sotnc otic clsc. Many a tflrl 011 the eve of her weddlng l;now9 as little about "doing up' a shlrt ns she does about niakliifr. bn-ad, whleh is preclous little, for she has never had to do it, was never niado to do it, and how can...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 September 1889

8 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, SEPTEMBER 6, 1889. Yol. JLiIY. Socal ZTtattcrs. The Weather. tor the week knuixo wktlmksdat. se1t. i. Thermometer, Dato. Wind. 7n.tn. Noou. 6 p.m. to" "8 72 04 'S il W 72 63 SS 70 74 68 70 70 04 79 70 04 S0 70 Tliurs. AllB. 29, S. S. N. N. K.S. S. S. Kri. " 30, Sat. " 31, Stni. Scrd. 1, Mon. " 2. Tut'8. " 3, Wod. " , Travelers' Guide. Tralns pnss Middlebury stntion nt tho hoiirs glvon bolow : Goino KoiiTll Express, 3 :47 n. ni.; local ox press, 9:40 a. m.J tnnll, 3:20 p.ni.J oxpross, (fflp.m. Qorao South Mnll, 0:40 n. m.J pnsscngor, 4:44 p.m.imlxcd, 821 p. m.J expross, 9:30 p. m. MxiLS Close North, 2:50 nnd 730 p. m.J Bouth, 9 .-20 iii m., and 7 :30 p. m. Seo Central Vt. tlnio-tablo, elsowhuro. THE CHUR0HE8. ST. STEl'IIEN'S. BEV. ALVA E. CAIU'ENTEK, UEOTOIl. Lent, 18HU. 8und(iy8-Scrvlce, 7 30; 10:45 n. m.;7:00 p. iii. Sundny Scliool, 12:15 p.m. Mondnys, Evenlng l'rayor, Tucsdays, " Wednosdnys, " Thurwlnys, " 4 :30 p. ni. 4 :3U p. ui. 7:30 p. iii. 7:30 p.m. 730...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 September 1889

Mietftw 7 Vol. LIY. MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, SEPTEMJ3ER 13, 1889. Ho. 37. ZHibblcbury Hcgistcr. PUDLI8HED BY THE REGISTER CO JIILL STItKF.T, .iiiiii:iu;itY, - - vinwioAT. Entered nt the Middlebury 1'ostoflcc Second Clnss Mntter. E. H. THORP, Edltor and Managor. TEU.MS : Oiio Ycnr, J1.S0 Slx Mnntlis, . .TS Four Months, ... .50 Threo Month, . . .40 Advortising Hntcs on nppHcntlon. .lon t'utNTiNd ot overy vnrloty at tliu loweM prices conslstent wltli good work nml qunlity of stock. FHIDAY, SEl'TEMllUK 13, 1SS9. NOTE ANDCOMMENT. Corrcspondents and others who fail to flnd thclr contributtons (n tlils weck's paper will pleasc bear in inind that tho pressurc on our colunins ls great on ac count of tho fair. Antwerp was vislted by a lorriblc calamlty the othor day. An cxploslou occurrcd in a faetory where eartridgos were belng opened, setting olf 2000 tons of thein. Two liundrcd people wcro kil led and probably twicc that number in jured, while the fire whieh followed de stroyed mucli property....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 September 1889

2 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER SEPTEMBER 13, 1880. Yoi.. L1Y. ki..,rUfNSUv We send by mail 5HE? Slieridan's Condition Fowder ts obaolutoly pure nnd hlffhly concentratod. One ouneo n worth a pound of nny other klnd, Strlctly ft metliclne, to 1 Klv?n ln tho fcxxl, onco dally, In stnall dosca. l'weuts anrt curcs alt dleaps of hrns. Worth Its wolnlit In Rold when hens nro moulttnfr, and to kecp them healthy. TeEtlmonlaln nent freo by malL Ask ynur clruffff1t procer. srnoral store. or feed ricaler for It. you can't pet It, ncrnt at onco to us. Take no other klnd. wi will pend potpaId Ity mall bs followsi a new. cntarped, elt?ffantly imwtratod cony of tho "FAnMEttS, roULTUY UAISfNQ UIDE" (prlco 23 cenMj tells how to mako nmney with n fcvr hens), and two stnaU ivickatrcs of Powder for Grt cennt or, one lanre 2 1-4 pound can and Oul.Ie, $l.ai. Sampto paokaKO of Powilrr, 23 cent, Hro for $1.00. Slx Iniyo cana, exprosa propald, for $itn Scnd statnps or cosu. X. S. JOIINSON & CO 24 Custotn-Uouso St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 September 1889

JSTo. 37. J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. 3 THE OLD, OLD STORY. Hts jxni forjtotten the old, old Kory Tou whlspered to mo on thatitolrten day. VHien the sun m floodlng tbe north wlth Klory, And hedRe rere froeraot and white 01111 Majrl Our patii led OTer the cowsllp mouluw, Where blrdi tnog trayly from trtrj tree, And tho way nu flecked with iunihtne and liadow; But only the unshlne fell on mo. With the Inda and Uuue to go a-Maylnjr, That morn wo had lef t for a space Uto'n toll; And wt" heard the tound of thelr foouteps stray Ing Whero the hawthorn promlsod abundant spofl Thelr bearts grew glad In the goldon woather; They gathercd the Bovrera beneath tboir feet! But we two toltered behlnd togetber. For the old. old story seemed new and sweet. Tls May tlme agaln: and youth and malden Hasten away to the oountry road, To cut down tbe bougha that are blowom laden, Or hclp to carry the f ragrant load The sunshlne U floodlng tbe earth with giory; The blrdsnre slnglng on every ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 September 1889

Vol. L1Y. 4 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER SEPTEMBER 13, 1889 15 Cases New Goods! JUST RECEIVED, AND THEY All Contain And see if I ciiimot pi'OTe it to you. o. ze. "32OTrnsrGr. EXOELLENOE!' IITlie finest garments to order li-oiir ENGLISH AND SGOTCH WOOLENS! Besides ve sell everytliing men need to wear except shoes. TIIE ItliSI ARE OKTL.Y ONEI PBICE! PEASE BROS. & POPE, Men's Outfitters and 160 College Street, MIXED -FOR- FLAVORING PICKLES. TRY THEM And you "will abvays call for them hereaffcer. R. S BENEDICT. Bargains! -IX- FURN1SH1NG GOODS, Etc. In order to couiplete repalrs on my store, I must rcduce stock In tlio abovc-namcd lincs bcforo Marcli 1 and shall of fer bargains Worih Your Considsration IN ALL OP THEM. COME EARLY & GET FIR8T CHOICE. J. E. NEGUS. Fge 6ajp b, Reafly-mafle Clothing, Middlebury, Vt., Dec. C, 1888 Bargains. EOONOMY! THE (III AI'MSi! Merohant Tailors, Burlington, Vt. SPICES! THIS YEAR, THE IBHJIKiLIIKtB'n'dDK savimjs -:- BAXK. CIIAIETKHKI) IN 1817. Deitoulta Jan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 September 1889

JSo. 37.J REfcrlSTJEK, SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. 5 woolen inanufactures lu tlils couut'. IIIs carly llfo was clieckcreil wlth tho vlclssltudcs ol fortunc, but by In dustry, pcrsovcraucc, lutelllRcncc and good falth, lio made lilmsolf lndependcnt and passed hls latcr yenrs lu tranqull re tlrement, nmidst a nutnerous fanilly. hls last asplration o afl'ectlon beliif; gnttlllcd by laylng hls bones In pcaceauildst those whom lie loved." Tlie couuty supcrvlsors of schools and State Supcrintcndcnt Palmcr had a con fcreuec at Burlington rcccntly. Tho Frco Prcss says thoy wero aRrecd tluit a tcachcrs' instltutc should bc hcldlncach county duriiiK tho fall and wlnter, and tliat houio talcut should be cmploycd as far as posslble to conduot theso lustitu tes. Tho supcrvlsors were also ngreed that prlyatc exainlnatlons ought not to bo grantcd cxeept for causes specltlcd by tho statutc, and that whllc thcrc was no provlslon ln tho statuteforendorslng any othcr than a flrst grado ccrtlllcntc, tho papcrs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 September 1889

MIDDLEBURY ftEGISTER, SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. Vol. L1V. fjorse jDcpartmcnt. PROSPECTUS. The lncreasing prosperity ot the ReoistkrIs gTtrtifylng to lta owners J but lt clrculation Un't . tentb part ol what we intend it shall bs. The Rkqibteh U the blghest nnthorlty ln the woria on the true hlstory and pedigree ot the Amerioan road horse. A sucb.lt doserres nd must get the very widcst circulatlon. It Horse Dopartmentls worth many tlmes lt rnbscripUou prlce valunblc, lnstructlve, entertalnlng. From all oTer the couiitry we tiave an tmmenie amountof orlginal matter comlng in lor thls dopartmentj nnd iro pcct to bo nble to glve eoon the hlstory nnd pedigree ot the lollowlng tamous bors. e hlthcrto unknown: Old rilot, St. Law rcnce, Columbns, dam ot Iloyal Georgc, North AmorlcanorBullock Horse; LndySurrey.dnm ol Henry Clayj Toui Thumb, g. s. ol Green's Bashaw; Leonldas, reputed g. e. ot Biggart's Battler, nnd many others. Thls ls pro-cinlncntly the klnd of lntnrma tlon that nll gentlcnien ol ...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 September 1889

.No. 37. J MIDDLEBURY REGISTBR SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. Cfye f?ousefolb. A CUH OF COFFEE. I'rohably tlicro is no artlcle of such uiilvcrsal consumptlon whicli 1s bo iimch nbused ln the innkhiK as coflee, unless imlccd it 13 bread. Few know the espec lal uualltles of the various liranus of tho bcrry, but It Is worth whllo for tlic housekeepcr to makc lierself fainlllar wlth tho propertlcs of caeli. Mlss Parloa thus classlfles coflccs : "There arc two kltuls of eofl'ce the strong and tlic mlld. To tlic tlrst class belong the Itio und tlic Santos; nnd to the seeond, the Java, Mochn, Maraealbo, aud, indeed, aluiost all the othcr klnds. When a rich. smooth bcverage is deslrcd, a eoniblnatiou of Moeha and Jaya or sonie coflee that has the qualltles of Java should be used: but wiicn a strong flavor is likcd, Klo or Sauto? should be taken. The supplv of Java mects only about one-ftfth of the deuiand. For this rcason many othcr mlld collces are sold under the uaine of Java." Good Maraealbo Is cqu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 September 1889

8 Socal Illattcrs. The Weather. for t1ib week enuwo wkiwesiiat, SEIT. 11 Th ermometcr. Diue. Wind. "a.iu. Xooii. 0p. m wT 70 T :o 70 w 00 03 03 (S) 72 70 64 70 70 00 70 71 02 "4 70 Thurs. Sept..V S. fll. " 0,1 S.N. 6at. " II Sun. " 8,, Y'- Won. " .i TueB. " 10,1 N. Wcil. " t.N. TRAVELER8' GUIDE. Tralna pnss Middlebury station nt tlio hours glven below ! Qoino North Express, 3 :17 a. m. ; local ex press, 9:40 n. m.; mnll, 3.W p.iu.; uxprcss, C.-20 p. ui. Ooino South Mnil. 0:40 n. m.; passeiiBer, 4:44 n.m.i mlxed, 3:21 p. m.J oxpross, 9:30 p. m. Mails Close Korth, 2:50 anil 7:30 p. m. South, 9 20 a. m., nnd 7 :30 p. m. 3co Central Vt. tlmetiiblo, olscwhcro. THE CHUROHE8. ST. STEl'HEX'S. IlEV. ALVA E. CAIU'ENTKIt, ItECTOlt. Lent, 1SS!. Snnilavs Scrvlcc, 7:30: lo:45 a : 7 .00 p. lii. Sundav School, 12 :1. ! m. Moiulny 8, Eveiiing l'ruyer, V- Wednesdnys, " i'l- TMir..iivk n , :.10n.m. Krlilnvs " 7 3Up. 111. &atur?lays. " 4:30 p.m. CO.NGltEG.VTIO.VAL. ItEV. A. F. KEITII, l'ASTOlt. Sun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 20 September 1889

egfe& mmmmn Yoh. LIV. MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, SEPTEMBEll SJO, 1889. No. 38. ZIIibblcburY cgtstor. PUBLISHED BY THE REGISTER CO., jitt.i. sthkkt, iiimr,i:niTiiY. - - vkhsioat. Kntereil nt tlie Middlebury l'oftrticc nf Stcoutl Clttss Muttcr. E. H. THORP, Editor and Manugor. TKUMS : Ono Yenr, $1..'0 Six MnutlH, . - .7.1 Fotir Month, ... . . .50 Threo Months, - .40 AilvurtlsiiiB Kntcs on nppllcntion. Jon 1'ntSTixo ol evory vailc.tv nt the lowot price conslstont wltli good woik niul qimlity ol stock. FI'IDAY, HUr'l'KMllKH 20, 18S!). A Good Seleotion. Oovernor Dilllnghani niade a wise ehoiee wlicli lic selected IIou. Loveljuul Munson for jitdge of the supreino eourt to 11 11 tlie vacimcy eaused by tlie resigna Uon of .ludge Veazuy. .ludge Munson is a good lawyer and a cultiyated geutle uian and is in tlie prluiu of life. Ile is im indcpendent in the best sense of tliat word, and is entircly free from all alli unees which inight hamper hiiu in his new posltion. In sliort, it inay be said ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 20 September 1889

MIDDLEBURY REGISTBR SEPTEjSLBER 20, 1889. Vou. LIY. VESENDBYMA.L Cnrp SHAllPflCI(SSO-'PDSTPAID.s Slieridan's Condition Powdcr li ntisolutoty pnro nnd hlffhly eoncentrnted. Ono ounpo M worth n ponnd of any other kln.l. Strtotly a tnnllclnp, to 1h' ttlvcn In thc fornl, onco datly, ln sinnll doip. Prcvcnt nnd cureM all illKcasps of ncns. Vorth Its wclKht In gold wlien hein nro nnmUlnu, nnd lo kppp them lioalthy. TrFtlrnnnlnM sent frco i.y uiall. Ask your dniiwlst. srrm-cr, trphcral atorc. or fced denler for It. If ou cnn t Kct It, w-nd nt onco to us. Tnke iu vtlifr klntl. Wo will spnd pnstpatd liy mall ns follows: A new, cnlaived, iloitontly lllustrnted eopv of tho "FAHMF.IW 1DULTUY HAIsfN'u (IUIDI:'' lrIco 23 contss tclls liow nmko nmnev Mltli n few lii'tis), niul two Rmnll packaires or l'owilcr for (10 icntBS or, ono InrKo l 1-1 pmuiil cnn nnd'OuWp, 81.31 Kmnlc pnpkntrp of l'owiipr, zs ccntn, rtvp for et.i"'. Mx Inmo cnns, pinrt'M irupaid. for Ciuu. Seud stamps or cash. L S. JUII.NSO...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 20 September 1889

No. 33.J f SAMUEL SULLIVAN COX. AN EXTREMEL," VARIED AND FAIRLY i SUCCESSFUL CAREER. lle Wim Only Incldcntnlly n Htimnrlit, Uiit Alwnys n I'rnctlcnl nml llunl Work liiB Lcglslntor A Uunrter of n Century ln Cnngrrs 1857 to 18BD. Now that Congressnmn Samuel Sulllvan Cox has posscd to his eternnl rest, the Amer lcnn publlc fully realizes tho good work lio did. Ho wns n liumorlst, It is truoi but ho was far moro. IIo wns vlrtually tho creator of tbe llfo savlng sorvico on tho consts, and secured tho enactruont of tlio dcslred laws by cougress; ho dovtsed nnd systemntizcd tho best practicablo systcm of tnklug tho rensus; hedrntted nnd had passod sovernl laws of groat valuo to Now York clty, and durlng tho clvil war he iras conpicuous nmong tho very few men who opposed tho genernl pollcy of tho odmfnistrntion, and yet wns nevcr for ono moment misuuderstood or nccusod of fnltoring ln dovotion to tho Uulon nnil con stitution. His oira statemont of hls position ln those exclting tlmes has Ij...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 20 September 1889

MIDDLEBURY REGISTER SEPTEMKER 20, 1889. LVol. L1Y. FALL OPENIJNG! I am now prepared to sliow you most anytJinig m tJic liif swi lli AT VERY LOW PRICBS, (tlic quality ol" thc g'oods cousidered), aud sliould bc pleased to have you caU ancL seo n 1 cannot and 1 kuoTT 1 can on the pnco. O- ZE"1. OTTZDsTGK EXCELLENCE ! rI?lie ilneist rtiirxeii1:s to ordei ti'Oixx ENGLISH AND SCOTGH WOOLENS! Besides ve sell everything nieii need to wear except shoes. TIIK BEST AliE TSIE CIIEAPEST! 03NTIji"Y" 03NTDE3 JEIFLXGTH ! PEASE BROS. & POPE, BTen's Outfitters and Merchant Tailors, 160 Colleffe Street, - - Burlington, Yt. argains! -IX- FBR 6GA.IS, Fdr Gaps, FURNISH1NG GOODS, Etc. In order to completc repalrs 011 iny store, I must reducc stock in the abovc-nanied lines before March 1 and shall of fcr bargams Your Consi IN ALL OF THEM. COME EARLY&GET FIRST GHOIGE. J. E. NEGUS. Middlebury, Vt., Doc. G', 18SS tiii: IBnHRMM'BTOK SAVIiVUS :- BAK, CIIAItTKUKl) l.V 1817. lfi(ilts Jnminr)' I - $ l,ft?...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 20 September 1889

.No. 38.J 5 Thc Deerflcld Itlver Pulp company a1 Readsboro wlll bulld an addition 45 by 102 feot to thelr mlll. TIils wlll make It tho largcst ol lts klud lu the Statc. New niachlncry wlll be put lu. Tho mlll now turns out 7000 pouuds of wood pulp a day. A. K. Touzallu, 50, of Chlcago, 111., dlod at Hennington Thursday litglil. Ile was prcsldcnt of tho Chlcago, Iturllugton aud Xorthwestcru rallroad company. Tho iuiinedlate cause of his death was hetuorrhago of the lungs. The burlal was at Miltou, Mass. The uulverslty of Veriuotit at Hurllug ton opeued thls week wlth a frcshmau class of nearly 50. The only ehausres ln the faculty are the trnnsfer of Prof. Emerson to thc new hlstory department und thc the clcctlon of Whccler, "S0, to 1111 thc chalr of Greck thus nnidc vacant. Tiluctivcs ln Itallan aud Hebrow hayc bccn added to the course. Thc anuual nicctlng of thc St. Johns bury and Lake Champlain rallroad conip auy was held at St. .Tohnsbury the other day. Directors elcctcd wcrc : G...

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