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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 19 January 1883

iiilitlehurn IRfgislrr hlDAl. ilANl'AHY l!t. ISBli. Silver wure at Wnles.' Buy your wedding presents at Wales', Klour, flonr, llour, at Sliehlon & Co.'s. l'rovidenee River oyslers at ManneyM. Stockina lieel protectors at Berkwilh& Cu.'s. The best dinlng roonis iu lown ut Man ney's. Try tho Unrle Uemus I'iRar. live renls, at Manney'e. Woven wire niattreasfB clieaier tliau eyer at Swiney's. Buy your boots, phoca und rubbera at Sheldon & Vo;b. Mized candy twenty cents n pound at ounney'a. Buy your stationery and lilank books at (iauvm & L'o.'s. Accounta of more than sixly daya must lie settled. SHKLDON .K Uo. Cliainois and fleered lined ahoe?. poft and warm, at Beckwith & Uo. V. 11. 11. DodRp has a larce stock of wood iiimuer, Biiingie, ciapnoarup. eir Orders l'or iee in large or small uuantiUes lett al urouniette'a Kestaurani win reuei proinpt attention Anotlier ten thounand to he given away tor liay, straw and potatoee. J. 1. Docolass. Kev. S. A. Parker of Bethel,...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 19 January 1883

A 3Iisunilcr.s'.a:vJ!i:j; "Why it was done, wo cannot say, !but quito a numbcr o tho strects of Austin havo becn named aftcr fe males. Such nainua as Hnima, Laura Tsabelln, stare at you in largo lettcr3 ;Tho Austin pcople, or somo of them, at least, ltavobecomo tolcrably faml liar with Maria, .Tanc, Susan, anil the rcst, but strangcrs aro liablo to bc coino bowildcrcd by this singular nomcnclature. A goatlcman from Ballas, who hail only a fow liours to spcnd in our city wished to tako a look at tho new capital, and not knowing whero it was, ho mado inquiry of tho llrst man ho mct. "Can you toll mo how 1 can fmd tho new teniporary cnpitol? "That's easy enough. You know whero Emma strcct is?" "I do not. I havo no acquaintnnco with any lady of that naine. There is a 'ainlly by that nanio in Dalliw, but I am not acquainted witli them. Does Eiiiina Street livo near tho now capitol?" Tho Austin man stared at tho strangor for a moment, and then pointing down Magnolia Avenue, lic said: "You...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 19 January 1883

fOll TIUJ 1WH2I aSD HOJIE; Tnrk fn t!iti llutlirl. Ono buslicl of coni should givo tcn pouiuls of pork in futteniiig whcu fed on tho car. Ono bushcl of mcal ilry fed wlll givo ok'VL'ti itounils o liork. Ono bushcl of mcal uiixeilwith watcr will givo thirtccn tmutuls of pork. Ono bitshi'l of mcal cookcd in mush will givo liftccn pouiuls of pork. 1'ractkal Farmer. Vlint Gnoil Vawt Wlll 1)0. A gooil cow will mako 200 pounds of buttcr in n scason, aiul skim-milk, fcd to thirty pigs, will grow 200 pouiuls of tlressed pork, or tho sanic skini-inilk fcd to a calf will put on at lcast 200 pounds of livo wcight. A good stccr fcd in tho ordinary way will dress S00 to 2,000 pounds at four years, having grown on tho avcrago 250 pountls of mcat cacli ycar, whcrcas tho cow has madt'200 pounds of buttcr, and tho rc fuse of hcr milk hasproduccd ncarly as much mcat in tho pork or growtli ef young bccf in tho calf as tho avoragc growth of a stccr for ono ycar. Sllrrlna tlie S'oll. ircnry Ivcs, of Pcn...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 19 January 1883

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Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 26 January 1883

JJ !! fiJ Itj --Xicl AD33ISOKT OOXJ3XT,IIB-,5r tottt Tvr t ., VOL. XLVIII. MIDDLEBURY, VT., JANUARY 26, 1883. NO. 4. VUIILISIIEn EVEnV FltllUV. TIIE Drt 33 GrlJST 33171 Oo, T U 11 M S ! Ono copy ono year, In ndvanec 51.M) ,, " " " ifnot paid ui ailvance 2.00 ,, " ('.montlis 40 AilvertlaniR llutcn: Ono column 1 ycar $100.00 Ono-lialf column 1 ycar no.oo Ono-cniartor column I ycar 2S.oo " mcli ono inacrtlon f0cla. Kacli aubacquent inscrtlon 25cls. Uuainuas CiiriUoiic-liall'liicli 1 yoar IS.oo ' inch 1 ycar 8.00 Uoading notlcaa, porllne, cacli inscrtlon. ..lOcts. BUSINESS CAltDS. II. KING9LEV, Ucntlat. IT attilva In Stvlpft' nnw lllor.k. w 44 Middlebury, Vt. JAMKS M. SLADE, Attoruoy nml Counecl lor iit and Sjolicltor and MaBUr in Ulinncory. Olllc.e in Urowater's ltlock. Middlebury, Vt.,Aprll2, 1877. EW. JUDD. . Manufacturcr and dcalcr in all klnds oi Amcrlcanand Forelgn Mnrble.Graiilto Work.&c. Witli Old Middlebury Marble Oo. ltf J S. OUANDLCIl, Ponalun Attoruoy, RIPTON. S71?. lroe...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 26 January 1883

' Tho Dying Drummcr Uoj. Mrs. Judgo Fishcr, of York, Pa,, who wcnt to Cetljsburg immediately after tho nows of tho battlohad arrived, for tho purposo of succoring tho wounded, givcs an intcrcsting account In tho riiiladclphia Times of soino of tho hairowing scencs sho witnesscd 011 tho battle-ficld. Among others sho re lates the following pathctic incidrnt : Ono beautiful evoning, aftcr a long day's hard work, one of my boys canio to mo and saitl : "Thcro is a 'little chap' out therc who heard thcro was a woman from hls hoino and ho wants to seo you." "I found him at tho farthest extremity of tho hospital, with a half dozen other hopelcss casos. llo was a lovcly boy, scareoly moro than a child, vho had run nway from his homo in Providenco, H. 1., to join tho "drum corps." Ho was a bravo boy and a great pet among tho soldiers, wio nursod liiin as tenderly ns possible, but could poorly snpply a mothers loving care. IIow ho longcd for ono moro look of hcr dcar faco and onco again to hc...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 26 January 1883

Drenmlniul. Only in visions does tlio futnro wntl To tell us of tlio mystorioa to bo : Yot even thu3 wo linyer nt tbo gato Tliut opea clcrnity. Exccpt hi droams, tlio l'nsl comea not npaln With nll ita vanished vci(flit of joy nnd fenrs ! Uut bliiully wo rctrncpj in fjrlef niul paln, Tlio nn'ddcncd byjjono ycara ! Tlio prcciil livea ; to bano us or to blcss Withm ils (uidanco doea tlio Futtire hido j Tho I'ast liolJa ovcr it with tcndoruess All good is nt its eldo. To livo within tlio Prescnt yot to tnko From out tlio Futuro nnd tho darkcnod l'ast All hopea nnd leasons thnt for goodnoss ninkc Mny this bo ours at lnst I WALTnnL. SAWtm in Youth's Compan-ion. PUXGEXT PAKAGKAPHS. A talo of tho sea A sea-scrpcnt's tail. The latest thing in cradlcs Tho new baby. Years aro liko tigcrs. Thoy always comc with a sj.ring. Delinition of a sohlicr of fortunc A soldier who has nonc. When a man wants to stcp on the scales he gets aweigh. We admire spirited animals, but de livcr us from a wildly cn...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 26 January 1883

5OastavoDorc, tlio famom Frcncli palnter nnd rtcslgncr, Is dcad nt Parls, agctl 51. SSp-Intetiscly cold weatlicr lias cliar- Bctcrizcd the grcatur purt ol thu past week, both hcro nnd in the West, wlicre the tlicrmouietcT went down to '20 nnd 30 deurccs below zcro on Frlduy nnd Satur. day. i - i . iS'Corrosiiondi'iita nnd advurtlscrs nru requcstud to Imu tlicir coinuiuiilca tlons nnd copy in on WViIiioiday lf poS' sidiu, auu nut latur tlian ruursuuy noon lu any evetit. This U tiouussary In order that thcpapor niii Ijoput to prcss early Irlilay moriilii;; K-Xlio lmlno34 of inanufaoturlng vottou In the South U rapidly luoruaslng and inay bcforo loug scrlously Intcrfere wlth iho inllls of thu North. South Carollna now 1ms 27 Uourlsliiug cotton mtlls, wltli 4,120 looins nnd 180,720 snin- dles, whlle in 18S0 therc were in the Stato but lSuillls, wlth 1,033 looins nnd n,W3 splndlc3. KgOpullka, Alabama, wouldn't be an ugreeable placc of .resldenue for those ae customcd to nulctude o the Xo...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 26 January 1883

KiilbAV.'jANUAltY ac". 18S3. Travclcrs' Uuldu. Trftlns nass Middlebury statlon nt tho hours glvcn below : GotNtl Noutii Kxpres9,H:30a. m.; mixed, i) a. m.; tmiil, H.50 p. m : oxiires.H, 15:2) y. m. Goino Sodtii Mixed, 11 n. tn.j iniul, 11:45 n. iii.) mixed, 3: GO p. m.i exprePH, 8:30 p. m. Middlebury rosionlee. Llst ofloltcrsrcmalnlngln Middlebury post ofllce 30 days nnd not called Tor. Cull for aUvcr. UsiMllcUcr whcn calllngl'or tho following: Otntt.R. M. Adams, Jlonritnrd Fldlgonde, lt. 11. Holco, Jamea O.Boylc, Jotcpli iilalsc, Ira V. Clark, Alired Dclon, Frnnk Fullcr, O. V. Fullcr, Jlcnry Vall, A. L. llulctt, Joscph llathaway, Uan Joncs, Moscs March, Mosci l'rospcr, Ilomcr Iliggs, Harry A. Itowc, Jolin KobcrU, lt. II. ltccd. Luclua White. iMdlct. Slrs. Elmlra Ilralstcd, Mrs. Sabrlnn Ilall Hunt, Mlss Adal'owers, Mrs. J.K.l'almer, MUs Lnurn 1'atnoade, Mlsa 011? o 9. I'almcr, Mrs. Mary rcndcr, Mrs. Al na Srallti, Mlss Katlc Sulllvan, allsa Mary J. stone. Local Notices. Silver wnro ...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 26 January 1883

t By-And-By. Wlinl vilt it nrntter by-and-by, "Whcthor niv nalh bnlnw wna lirlrrhl . AVhelher it wound throuRh ilark or UQlit) unclcr n groy or n goldcn sky, Vheu I look back on it by-and-by? What will it innttor by-mut-by, "Whothor, nnlieliiod, I loilod uloiio, Dashing my foot ngainst n Btono, Misping tho chargo of tho unjjel night Bidding nie tliink of tlio by-and-by? What will itmattor by-nnd-by, AYhcthcr with lnughing joy I wcnr, Down through tho years with n glnd conlont, Never belioving, nay, not I Tears-would bo swoeter by-and-by? What will it mnttcr by-and-by, "Whctht'r with chcek to chcek I'to 1am, Closo by tho pallid nngel, Pain, Soothing myself through sob nndsigli; "All will bo elsewise by-and-by 1" AVhat will it lnntler? if bright if 1 Only nm suro tlio wny I'vo trod, Glooiny or gliuldened, lcads to Godj Que?tioning not tho how, tho why If I but res'.-h Alm, by-nnd-by 1 "N'liai w ill I caro for thomishased sigh, If, in my fear of blisa or fall, Clopcly I'vo ilnng to Chr...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 26 January 1883

TOPICS OF TIIE DAT. An exchango portinently rcmnrks tlmt incn who mlvcrtlso in thclr homo pa pers aro men who transact tho buaincss of tho town. You can pick up any novsi)aiicr, and iiv flvo minutoa tcll who does tho buying and sclllng, and kcep alivo tho inlcrcsts of tho placc. A nowspaper invariably rellccts tho worth, cnterprise and intelligcnco of ;tho cominunity in which it is pub .lishcd. Vo saw this wcelc, at tho Bank of California, says tho Mining and Scien tifio Prcss, tho largcst gold bar ovcr east in tho United Statos. It was shippctl to tho bank by tho North Bloomfield (liydraulic) Mining Com pany, of Sniartsville, Is'evada connty, Cal. Tho valuo of tho bar is 11-1,000, and weight 511.1- j)0unds troy, Its length is ttftecn inclio,s width six iiuhos, and depth seven inchcs. It contains 030 cubic inchcs of gold, and is worth about 19 pcr ounco. A rcport by 31. Girard, dirqctor o tho Paris munieipal laborolory, given soino intcrcsting infonnation concern ing tho adultoratio...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 26 January 1883

TIIE S1IEEP INTI JREST. Vermont Mcrlno Atwo od Shccu Club Wo publlsh ln fittl bclo.vr tlio roport of Sacrctary llnmmotul of t ho iibovu-rmineil nssociiUioii, a prcscntetl at tlio utinunl utcctlug, lnst wcck : Afr. PreMent and Ucnttaien f the Club: In nmkltK thm tiiy tlilrtl annual nnort as Bccrctarv of this HKsoolntlon, I ahaU ask your nttciitlon bu t lorulcw moinents. TlMinotnDorshiportho club tho imt ycnr has lnciraBcd mucJi moio than wna nnticlpalod by youroOltcrs. H jiow ntlinbcrs 115 mcmbcra, nn Incrunsoor ttbout 30 stnrootirlnst iiiutinir, to vrUcli may lm utlded omo 20 llockn Mliiclifiavobcuiinctfil upo.i oiily iii inirt up to IhU wntinir by tlio pcdiirreo eommlttec, which wlll niiiko iu noiirlv UU uiembcrs. TOofwhich ar in Vermont, '2 In New llanipahtrc, 3i fiom tliu Wi'sleru Slstes nnd two from Now ork. '1 lio club seeins M be In n very piospcrous coiiilitlou, Hiiiiucialiy n well ns otherwisc. lt la ilt ol ilebt, itli nsriets to tuoninouut of 51,237.29, wlth n look In llie ...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 2 February 1883

4SiHitt:tiH xacl ilDIDISON COTJISTTY J.QXJIINrV T VOL. XLVIIL MIDDLEBURY , VT., FEBKUARY 2, 1883. NO'. 5. istcr ruuLisiiKu EVKnr fmdav. TIIB nBGISTErt Go. TEHMS: ne coiiv ono ycar, In advaneo.... lt il ifnot paiil in ailvanco.. ,, I! montha i, ' AilvertlsiiiB Itttlod! .8l.n0 .. 2.00 ."" 40 O.io eolumn 1 ycar One-half columu 1 ycar One-quartor eolumn I year One lnoli one lnaortiou KacU subseiiucnt Inaertlon.. llualncaa Cunla one.halflncti 1 ycar.. .$100.00 . . 60.00 ,. 25.00 ..ROcta. ..25cla. .... 6.00 incn i yunr. 8.00 Uoadmg notlcaa, porliue, cacli lnsertlou...lOcts. BUSINESS OARDS. WU. KIMQSI.KV, Uintlat. . Up atalra ln Stylca' . JAMKS M. SLADK,Attoriioynnauouuii lor nt I.nw, and Solicitor and MaaUr in Uliancery. Offlce ln Ilrcwaler'a Blocfc. juiuuieuuryi v i.i T7 W. JODD. . , , . , Alanulaclurer anu uuiucr m " RAnaml Forclgn Marblo.Uranlle WorK.&e. A niprlpnn flnil Forolff With OIil Middlebury Marblc Co. ltl rS. CIIANDr.KIi, Penlou Attorney, RIPTON. T7"T- I'roaecutea all pcns...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 2 February 1883

Ilorr Poslal Cards aro mado. TJnlted States postal cards aro mado at a factory at Castleton, on tho east bank of tho Iludson rlvcr. about oitrht milos below Albany. A corrospondent uescriucs how they aro mado. "Tho caruuoard," ho says, "is recclvcd froin tho papor-mill in sheets twonty-ono inches by thlrty. a slzo iust larcto onough to bo cut up into forty postal carus. Tho sheets aro flrst printcd on an ordin.iry largo cylinder 'job' print- mgpress, tiiero being intho factory two -uoo presses and ono Tavlor. Tho im pression is taken on a plato containing iorty cards faces with stamp, tho mon- ogram US, tho scroll and words Postal caru, and tho untruthful printcd line. 'iNothing but tho addrcss can bo placed on this sidc.' Thns whcn a sheet of cardboard ls run through tho prcss, It C011103 out with forty postal cards com- pietely printcd, rcady to bo cut un into tho ono cent niissivcs with which tho public is faniiliar. Any two of tho presses is suflicient to supply the de mand with...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 2 February 1883

FOlt T1IE PA11M AND HOME. Ilimactiold llints. Drlctl bark of sassafras root put around tlrled fruit will protcct it from worras. ' Slightly dlngy furnituro niay bo tnado to look liko now by npplying a soat of puro oil. To removo oils and varnish from eilk fabrics uso bcnzine, cther, and soap very cautiously. To clean and polish tortoisc-shcll, uso a drop or two of sweet oil, and rub it in thoroughly with tho ball of tho thumb. To removo spots from furnituro tako four onnces of vincgar, two ounccs of swcetoil, ono ouncoof turpcntino. Mix and apply with a flanncl cloth. To clcanso porcclain saucepans, fill thcm half f ull of hot water and put in tho water a tablespoonful of powdcrcd borax, and let it boil. If this does not removo all the stains, scour well with a cloth rubbcd with soap and borax. To clean decantcrs, tako somo soft brown or blotting paper, wet and soap it and roll it up in small pieccs and put into tho dccanter with somo warm water. Shako well and then rinso with clear...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 2 February 1883

felP"Tlio yoar Just onileil vns rcnmlUn ble for tlie numbcr of lnruluo dlsastei'fn During tlie yoar tlicra wcre 281 stettm stilps nnd large rlvcr Btciimboats lost, nnd of thts uumbei' 32 wcie sunk by col. llslons. lriielong ScmttoriiU cofltcat in Ool orailo Is cndcd. Tho I.cgUlattiro in olnt session on Sntuidny clcctcil 'riiouias 51. llowen of Hlo Oramlo for tho tcrm of glx yenrs from Mruch 4, nnd II. A. W Tnber of Arapnhoo for tlie ahort torin. ls statcd that tho nssasslnatlon8 and mutllntlons of cattle In Ircland have had tlie .cffcct oT dlvcrting from that countrr n creat denl of nioney. Tlie laiKC class in Englnnd wlilch annually npportlons a licavy sum to cliarltlcs W so inoenscd at whnt Its nicnibers regttru aa inexcusable vlllalny that thoy refuso to glve to Irlsh dlstrcss, and havo sont tholr nioney clsewhcrc. Tlie people of Ireland seom to bo unfortttnatcly constltutcd, for thoy aro always dolng somcthlng which will bring tnore hann than good to their country. 6SSThe "Womcn...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 2 February 1883

Silver Wara, And STATIONERY, The uiidersigned has succeeded to the business of G. D. Mincr. The stock has been largely increased and now includes everything in gen- eral demaiid in the lines above mentioned. Pri cgs will be moder ate and such as will make it for the advantage of the public to pat- ronize this store. Geo. E. Marshall, AtMlfl-ULt'S Ulcl Stancl. FltlDAY, FEDltU Alt Y7l883 Travclcrs'Uulde. Trains pass Middlebury station at the hours glven below: Goiso North Exrres3,:t:t!0a. m.; mixed, y i. m.; tnau, .i.uu p. m : express, ' (ioino Sootii Mixed, 11 a. m.; mail, 11:15 a. in.; mixed, 3: 50 p. m.; exjiress, b:30 p. m. Middlebury 1'ostolllce. l.ist of lettcrsrcmalning in Middlebury p06t ofilce 30 dnyannd not rnllcd for. Call for ndvcr Uted lcttcrB w hcn callinjr for tlio followinR : (Unts.V,. W. Hassott, 1. M. Dallns, J. u. Ell, Alfred Urifllnir, 2, Francois Hemond, Jlcnry K. Kcllopp, Jolm S. I.yon, 2, Jlcnry J. Pulsipbcr, CJdo. bliuUon, Clias. K.Taylor, S. L. Wliltnry. Ixuti...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 2 February 1883

I'crslnn Hinnniii ! . Tk 1 as tbo twilicht pnl Tenderly glows, Hark! howthonlghU - Wnkes from ropoa Only when, sparkllju ffiR wtarn fill tha darkllne flky, Unto tho nightingnle t Listeus tha iose. Hero whore the fountaln-titfs Murmuring llows, Airs from tho mountaln-EidO Fan thy repose. Eyes of thiuo elisteninjj, Look on mo, listcninij j I nm thy nightingalo, Thou art my rose. Swectcr the strain ho wcaves, I'uinterit flows Kow, ns her balmy loavcs Ulushiily closo. Better I'A i minstrolsy, Lii)3 tliat meot kissingly Silence thy nightingalo- Kifs inc, iny ro30 1 By Bayard Taylor, GLEN ALLEN. A heavy mist hung gloomily abovo tho pcaks of thoWicklow mountains, a damp chillness pcrvadcd tho atmos phero; pilo3 o sullcn clouds lowcred from the frowning skics and narrowcd tho alrcady narrow horizon; a veil of moisturo robed themeadows anddulled tho clatter, up tho uncavcn country road. of tho approach of a small band of inounted drago.ons. "Ilaltl" '"Twas a stern, sonorous voicc a voico tha...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 2 February 1883

A CALIFOKXU LOGGIXG CAMP. tlio Amotlii tlip ltrihvooilTroesortlio l'nrlflo Coust ItuUKO ltCRloil. Tho following graphtc extract is f rom an artlclo by Eruest Ingorsoll. on "A Redwood Logging Cauip," in ITarjfcrs Magazinc: It is a eurious social lifo cxisting iu tlieso forcst cominunities, tho inember- Bhip of which is constnntly changing, and whoso sceno is annually shiftcd. At this camp thcro wero only two fam ilies, but thcy bad nothing to do with thq housiiig or fecding of tho sixty or moro mcn (half Chinese,) who messcd by themselvcs, and slcpt in slab shan ties near by, tho Chinaincn having a group of well-inottoed housos to them selvcs. ' John Chinamnn is in forco hore, as cverywhcre, for all help-work. Ilis slight, wiry frame, with its shoulder under tho levcr, shows as much tough strength as that of his burly white neighbor, and lie grinds all day at tho feed cutter, or totes kegs of watcr, bal anccd across his neck, up and down tho rough deelivities froin morning till night...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register And Addison County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury register and Addison County journal. — 2 February 1883

TIIE SIIEEl INTEUEST. Halry Sheep Among Merlnos. Tho followhig letter, from tiie llrectl. er's Qncttc, glvos some good lden.1 ou ulimntlc hiiUicnces on wool pi-oduetiou Wo liavo overy rcnsoii to bellcvo tlmt tliu orllu:il coat of otir doiuestieated slieep was lmlr, wlth nu unduilayiiig of wool or n sort or ilowu. Tiie otuer iiirce known speeles of the satne fuuiily tiie Argalia, tliu Moulllon, niul the Aiuoiioan Hlg-lioin or Mouiitalii shcep, by souio writers guppoDcd to bu a vailcty of thc Aslatlo Argall show u hnlry coat ln Buniuiui-, and halr and wool intcrmixed, or wool as utidcrlnyor, ln whitor. W'c tlnd tho siitiiu elass of coverlngs also on aultnuls not belonglng to tlio otls famlly; tor Instauuu on the rabbit, haro, the IZuroncan stair. the wanltc. ctc. whlch clcariy shows that thls class of covorlng (iiair ana wooi; 13 iiotning uncouiuion in nature. Wool, as we llnd It now on our sheep, is nndoubtedly the prodtiet of care and I'lhnato ; and the clasa of wool dcpends niainiy...

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