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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 4 February 1887

No. 5.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, FEBRUAEY 4, 1887. 3 A STOIfl OF CITAIUTY. Tnily a pitiful ob.ject was littlo Dnn na hc sat llinehing, haif l'ninting in tho bit ing ntmosphere. Yot but linlf tlic story wns told by his tnttered garments. Tho pinched and Biinken featurcs, tho wlstful look of thoso bluo eyes nnd tho weary, drooping nttitudoof that cninciatcd flguro needed 110 si)okcn langtiagc to cxplain that hungor as well as cold had hcro nn tinfortunato victim. Tho lad could not havo been inuch over 10 years of ngo; his face wns fair and clean, itscxpression dc noting a manly disposition. For moro than nn hour lio sat there in front of tho Etoro from which ho had locn so merci lessly driven forth, addressingevery malo pedestrinn with tho short, business-liko interrogation; "Ulack ycr lxxts? Only threo cents." IIo recoived no responses, not even so liuicli as a brief negntive. Some men who strodo by in warm "arctics" lixiked down carolcssly imn tho bhivering littlo fellow nnd nmilod nt t...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 4 February 1887

MIDDLEBURY KEGISTER FEBRUARY 4-. &Ti LVoi.. ui. Do Not Fail TO CAhh AXD SEK TIIE BARGAINS! WK AltE 0FFE11IXG IX BOOTS: :AND: :SH0ES, RUBBERS, &o. Overcoats at Gost ! NEWMARKETS AT GOST I -o- ItKMEMUElt OUI5 PrizeBakingPowfler. lteipectfully, J. A. DONAHUE & CO., Vallette Block. MIDDLEBUKY, February 1, 1887. VT, WIU, HEKKADY ABOUT FEBRUARY 5TH, It wlll bo suporior to last ycar's superb number nnd will conlnln lllustratlons of ICK ItOATI.NG, TOIIOGGAXING, COASTIXG, SXOW-SIIOKIN'G, SICATIXG nml nll othur win lur sports, Includlni; a superb iloublc-pase plcturo of skatlns nml other winter sports "ii Lako Champlain, by tbo colebmtcd ui tlst T. DE Tnui.STitur. Winter Sports in Knulnnd, Xnrway, Kussla, Swltzerlaud, Alaskn, Cannda nnd othur countrlcs wlll bo HliHtrated In a flno doublo-pago plcturo. Channluu; Suimnor Scenes about tho Carnival Clty wlll occupy a lull paye. h Caraival Fres Fress will eontnin dellshtful artlclcs on SnowMioe. ii(;a Tobo'sanlnsii lco Ynchtintr, Skec ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 4 February 1887

leastlBOO miles of terrltory hcrctoforc opcratcd as a rallway exprcsi. Itnynioml Kodgcrs Belmont, tlic yoting cst son of August Belmont, thu New York bnnkcr, shot lilinself in his fathcr's Jiouse, Monday nlght. The rcports Indl calc that he had been Urlnklng and com lnlttcd suicldc; tho fainlly clalm that It was an aeeldciit. A bill lias becn roported favorably to Congress provldlng for tho Inspoctlon of hogs for cxport, atid givlng tlic l'res Idcnt powcr to cxeludc tlic produets of other countrtcs thut problblt tlic I'unpor attion of Ainerican liog produets, wlicn Inspected under tho provislons of thls bill. The pollce Sunday nlght raldcd a Chlnesc tea storc on Fulton strcet iu Brooklyn, battered down the doors and captured 74 eiilnese who were gainbllng and $50,000 In cah. Threo prhoners had 87000 each and two 65000 eaeh. They came from San Franoisco, St. Louis, Chleago, l'tttsburg, Newark and Patcr son, N. .1., for the purpose of breaklng the bank of the gambling-house at the add...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 4 February 1887

MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, FEBRUAKY 4, 1887. Vol. LLL fjovsc Dcpartmcnt. PEDIGREE HUNTING. THE OHARLE8 KENT MARE, WEOQER'8 TOM THUMD AND OTHER ORANGE OOUNTY, N. Y PEDIQREE8. Coiitlniiutl. Froni Chester we went ly cars to Su gar I.oaf, an adjoitilng town ; here we saw Jcssc Wood niul Itlehard Mclburn, bcfore rcferrcd to, nien of over scvcnty ; also ltichard Iloic, nn Intclllgent farmcr of Sugar Loaf. Mr. ood said tliat Toin Thumb was a quito dark brown, not tall, but heavy horse; tliought hc eame from Canada; Mr. lfolo said Jouas Seely bred two colts f rom Tom Tlnmib; knows hc did onc. Mr. Wood said tliere was 110 doubt of it. Mr. Mclburn said Seely bred onc colt frotn the Charles Kcnt uiare by Tom Thumb. Being advised by all these gcntleman to sec Williatn Knapp for fur thcr iiiformatlon about tbc Charles Kcnt uiare, I hlred Mr. Boie to takc mc to his house, a dlstanee of about three iniles; the road led us over the hlll toward Warwiek. We stoppcd 011 the way at Mr. MeWhlrtcr's, au old au...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 4 February 1887

.No. 5.J Sfyocp 3ntcrcst. BREEDERS RESOLUTIONS. Thc Mlchlgnn Mcrlno Shccp-Hrccdcrs' associatlon pussed thesc at lts late aniiual nict'tliig : WiiintKAS, Tho lntcrusta of wool-grow-crs, pliccp-ljrcctk'i-s anil thc lnanufaetur crs of wool arc luseparablv coinicctcd so furas natlonal lcgislntluti Is iMinecineil ; theruforu, lio It llemihed, v tho Micliltfint Merlno ,Slieci Hroeders' assoclation, that vu ln vite thc tjariiMt uooiioratlon of shw brt'fders' and wool-Krowors' assoeiatlons of thc varioni StnU's, thc natloiial assoul ation of wool mainifacUirer., and all oth ers lntori'Stcd ln the grcat wool imlustrv of the country, to niilto wlth in in all honomblc incans to hulucc Conicss to lnaintahi and strongthcn, If need be, thc barriers agalnst thc linnortation of eheap foreign wool and woolcm, on thc basls of tho resolutlon adoptcdattho jolntcon yuntlon of wool-f;rowcrs and nianufac turers hcld ln Syracusu ln 180.), whieh rcad as follows : "Jlmolcetl, Thnt as thc two branches of ngrl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 4 February 1887

MroDLEBtfltYKEOrlSTEIt, FEBRUAHY 4, 1887. LVoi,. LI1. Socal XTCattcrs. The Weather, foil the wkeic endino we1wsskay, fk1i. 2. .... . Thcrmomctcr. Dnto. Wlnil. 7 a. m. N'oon. 0). ni. Thnrs. ' , sT 14- 8 4 Fri. " 2S, S. 14 31 30 Snt. " i9, S.N. 41 34 31 Sllll. " 30, K.S. 30 32 32 Mon. " 21, S.N. 10 15 8 Tiies. Fcb. 1, 14. 34 4 Wcil. " 2,1 N. 1- 3 (I TRAVELER8 GUIDE. Tmlns pnss Middlebury stntlon nt the lio.irs given bclow: Goi.no Nohth Express, 3 30 a. m.J locnl ex. pres, !:S0 n. m.; mnll, 3:25 p.m.; cxpress, 9:15 p. ln. Goino South Mnil, 0:50 a. m.; pasecugor, 4:M )). in.; lnlxcil, 8:37 p. m.J cxpress, 10:03 p. m. MA1LS Ct.09E North, 2:50 nnd 7:30 p. m.J South, (t 20 n. m., nnd 7 30 p. m. Sbc Central Vt. tlmc-tnble, elspwherc. THE CHUR0HE8. ST. &TKI'HKN'S. Rnv. Alva K. cai:i'i:.nteh, ltECTon. Buiidnys Pervices, 10:45 a.m.; 7 p. m, " Siindny bcliool, 12:15p. m, Frldny Kvenlnt; I'niyer, 7 p. m. 8peclnl Servlce on Hiily Dnys. CONGltEGATlONAL. Uev. S. Lewis 11. bi'EAitn, 1'astoii. Sn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 11 February 1887

Vol. LII. MIDpIEBURY, VERMONT, FEBRUAKY 11, 1887. No. G. llltbblcbury Hcgtstcv. PUBLISHED DY THE REGISTER OO., MIM. STItKKT, MIII)I.i:iU'ltV, - - VKHMO.-VT. Enlercd at tlie Mithlhbury Vostoffice m Sccond Class Mtitter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. T K II M S : One Yenr, Slx Mmitho Four Mnntli' Thrce MmitlH Advertitn Itnlos nn appllcutlon M .40 .Toli l'msTlsrt of every vniiety nt the lowr-t prices consUtuut wlth good work und quullty of stock. FIMDAV, l'KI'l'AltV, 11, 1SS7. PUBLISHER8' NOTICE. IScKtnning on thc tirM ilny ol Aprll next, ivo nhull retpdre thut all MibNCiiptlonstothe ltixi istek be puld In udvuncc. On tliat ilato ull pnpers not pald ln udvanec wlll be dtseontin ued, und therealter pupers wlll bc btopped whcn thc time pald lor lia.s explred. Wo have tried the otlier plan fnlthfully, and aru forced to tlie eoncluskm tliat tt Is not tlie rtelit wuy. About onediulf of our subscil. bers do pay ln advancc. Tlie reuialnlnK half, whose subscrlptlons rcprc-cnt tlie prollt ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 11 February 1887

MIDDLEBURY REGISTEK FEBRUARY 11, 1887. Tol. LI!. JOHNSON'S Oures Dlphtherla, Group, Aathma, Dronchltls, Neuralgia, Pneumonla, Rheumatlam, Bleedlng at tba LunRa, Hoaraenesa, Influenza, Macklng Cough, Whooplng Oough, Catarrb, Cholera Morbua, Dyaen tery, Chronlo Dl g pjg gjcontalnlnff Infor- nrrhcoa, Kldney Bj K HsaBmatlon very Troubios. HH HH H I I I I bv H ev Bplnol Dlaeaaea. Km Ril I II I II A erybody ahould Wo wlll send free, tijUU III III Bi tanve tbls book, poatpnld, to nll MJBk B M I I I I V I I and "Hse who who send tbelr JH H WM II I I I 1 I send for It wlll names, nn IIlus. SB l U 1 VV blW I I 1 over after thaak trated I'nmphlet " tn Wt their lucky atara All who buy or order diroct from ub, nnd requeet lt, ohall recelve a certlflcate tbat the money aball be refunded truot nbuodantly aatlafled, Rotall prlce, 35 eta.j 0 bottles, $a.OO. Expreaa prepald to any part of the Unlted Statea or Canada. I. S. JOHNSON & CO.. F. O. Doz 2110, Boeton, liua. THE MOST WONDERFUL FAMILY REM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 11 February 1887

.No. G.J MIDDLEBURY KEGISTER, FEBKUARY 11, 1887. ! LITTLE SEAMSTRESS. Jenny Wilson wns sitting snwlng by tho window of tlic Kttlo b'.ia'j'jy parlor that lookcd out 0:1 tlio IISkIi streot. It was a dull aftcrnoon in Novemberj tho sky was coverod with heavy, drab colored clouds; tlio las-t few yellow leavcs wero falling from tho great elm in tho nmrkct place, nnd thcro was n raw chill fcelilig in tho air. Jcnny was stitching nway diligently. Slio had sct licrsclf a task to finish lx'foro tca time a sillc gown to mcnd and nltcr for tho clergyman's wife, who was going to dino tliat cvcning at Reyhill place. Jcnny was not pretty, but bIio had a fresh, sweot little face, a large, smiling mouth, pleasant gray eyes, and neat, srnooth hair. Thcro was something cheery and couragoous alxiut tho little womaii. Lifo wai not vcry srnooth to her. Sho had to btitdi morning, noon and night to keep hcr invalid mothcr, and it was hard work to mako both ends mcct. But no ono evcr heard Jcnny complain. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 11 February 1887

iSrmDLEBURYREGlSTER FEBKUARi 11, 1887. Yol. LU. ounty Tlcws. Bridport. Tlie Hlstory of Addison County Is be lng dellvcrcd to Riiborlbers. 'l'lic iiieaslcs prevnll licrc, imd n good inany adults arc down with tlicin. Louls Glurd lcft hore 011 Monday for Montroal, where lic wlll vlslt his parents, whoin ho 1ms not socn for soino tline. Fred Spoyer was ln town last week to scc friemK Hls rallroad work ln tlio South and West ls done for tlic season. Mls Anna L. Himtlcy of Middlebury ls ln town for tho purposo of visltlug tlio ecIiooN, of whtch sho Is siiperintendent. Tho Bridport trotters won lauicls ln the raees on the ice at Crown Polnt lat wcok. There were nlnc entrles. First inoney was taken hy tho lllalsdcll horse, sccond by G. X. Payno's, thlrd by V. A. DukettV, and tho elghth horse wa awardcd a whip. All tho anlnials incn tioncd wcro from Bridport. On Wcdncsday evenlng, tho 2d Inst., a party gathered at tho rosidenee of Danlcl Flcining to eelebrate tho KKJth annlver.a ry of tho s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 11 February 1887

.No. G.J MIDDLE, REGrlSTER, FBBRUARY 11, 1887. Continued from Jlrst pmjc.' hotir before hls itcntli. Tho scetie nt Mr. Pnlne's fnrinhousc nt hls denth was hcart- rcmllng, n9 inaiiy of hls niiincrous frlcmls liail como ln, nml thelr grlef ovcr tlie lcatli of 0110 so wcll beloved by nll who l;new lilm was very decii. Mr. Stttrte- vant cntcrcd thc employ of thc road 011 liis icturn from tho wnr, aiid had been tbcro contlimously sluee, llrst tnklng n nlacc as brakcinan 011 a frcifjbt traln, then eonductor, and for tho last ton years nt least had beun passcnger eonductor. Ho had galiicd tho esteem of all who oamo Into eontaot wlth hlm. Ile lcuves a widow aiid seven ehlldreii. Tho funoral was hcld at St. Albans on Tuesday. CI.KAltlNC. Ul Tlti: WllUUK. Tlic work of rcmovitiR tho oharrod corises from tho riuiis was not beguu imtil about 3 :II0 o'clock Saturday aftcr noon, itiiou the arrival of Oov. Samucl E. l'ingrcc and the ineinbcr. of tho Vermont railroad eoiiimisloii. Upon tho reeclpt o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 11 February 1887

G anDDLEBURY REGISTER, FEBRUAKY 11, 1887. Vol. LII. Qovsc Dcpavtmcnt. PEDIGREE HUNTING. THE OHARLE8 KENT MARE, WEDDER'8 TOM THUMB AND OTHER ORANGE OOUNTY, N. Y., PEDIQREE8. IContlmicil. Aftcr this intcrvicw wlth Mr. Knapp, Mr. Kolo drove mo to Warwlck. A hard storm li.atl sct in, nnd I took llrst traln for Xcw York. Having undcrstood tliat Charles Kcnt was fornierly a butcher at Washington market, Xcw York, I went to tliat market and inade hiqulries In rc gard to hlm of tlio oldest dealers there ; was told to call upon Joseph Lcvlncss, 85th street. 1 fouud Mr. Lcvlncss a halc and hcarty gentlcman of elghty-two years, at hls comfortablc liome wlth hls wlfc; lie was born and liad ahvays llved iii tlic clty of Xow York, and for inore than llfty years had been eonnoetcd wlth the Washington market, where one of hls grandsons now doos buslness. Ile said It was inore than thirty years slnec Charles Kcnt was in the market; he was there in 1840, also in 1S43 ; he lenicinbered bnylng a horse ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 11 February 1887

JS'o. G.J MIDDLEBURY REGJSTER, FBERUARY 11, 1887. $avm vZoptcs. THE EXPERIMENT STATION. Tlie letfislaturo iiasssed nii uut to es tublMi aliafrilculUiralexiic'illiiLMit stiition iti coiiDuctloii wlth tliu iuilvurslty und .Stati- aitilcultural uollogu nt Burlington, auil aippi'oiirlatL'il y.'iOOO a year for Its liiiiiiitt'iiani'o. Tlie iiurixwu of tlie statlon is to uiaku liivcsllatloii" aiul oxpcrJinoiits 011 tlie liuti itlon of platits anil vegetution, wltli a yluw to iiscertuin wliat JVrlillzers arc best suitert to tlio varlous crojis of oiir Hialc, and wlth roforeiicf lo new loildor planu, fmlln stull', tho ravages of noxious lu-sects, tlie ftnturlnj; of new uijrlL'ultural imltistrles and tlit aiuilyzin of solls and lertlll.ers. Such stntlom havo jirovi'd of niueh valne to tlie fnrniers In other States, and tliere is 110 reaon to ilouht tliat stiL'h exiierinu'iit heru will le eijtially uilvantageotts. Tlie unlverslty Is well CMniliined in its professor of ngrleul ture, I'rufessor ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 11 February 1887

8 Socal HTattcrs. The Weather. roit TIIK WKr.K E.NDINII WEtlNK'IlAY, I'l'.ll. 0. Date. Thuis. Kri. tat- 8un. M on. Tuo. Wed. .... , Thermomttcr. Wlml. 7 a.m. Noon. Oli.in. 111 2'J 30 Nw. 10 SB. VI- 10 IS S.N. 10 25 27 X. 0 1T 13 S. 20 33 3: Sff. 30 31 IS . TRAVELER8 GUIDE. Tralns pass Middlebury stntlon at thc lio.irs givcn bclow : Guino North Exprcss, 3 :33 a. m.; locnl cx press 0:50 n. m.; mall, 3:25 p.m.j exprcss, 0:1.1 p. ni. Goino South Mail, 9:50 n. m.; pasoengcr, 4:52 p. m.; mixed, 8:33 p. m.; cxpress, 9:2-" p. m. MaILS CI.09E North, 2:50 (inil 7:30 p. m.; Soutli, 0 20 n. ni., nnd 7 :30 p. ni. Seo Central Vt. tlme.tnble, c1owhorc. ADDI80N COUNTY TEMPERANOE VENTION. Allcittzciisol Addison countj' who lavor to. tnl nbMlnoncc troiu tho usoot intoxicatlng lln.uors iis a boverago uro reqiiesti'd to nioct nt tlio loctmc-room of tliu Coiigrogntloiinl church, ln Middlebury, on Wcdncsduy, tlio 10th day of Kubruary, 1W7, nt 10 o'clock ln tlio lorcnoon, to uoiuliinto n cnndldato lof cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 18 February 1887

Vol. LU. MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, FEBHUAJiY 18, 188-3 No. 7. PUBLISHED BY THE REGISTER CO., mim. sti!I:i:t, :miiiiii.i:iu'hv, - - vr.it.Mo.-vT. Entercd ut thc Mtthlhhnry I'nntnjjice a.i Secoutl Cl(i.i Muttcr. E. H. THOItP, Editor nnd Managor. T i: lt M h : Ono Yi'ir, Mx Month-, -lnur .Month, Throe Moutlis, 91. 30 ..0 .40 Advertl-lnK llutes on nppllcatlon. Jou I'uiMIMi l evcry varlcty ut tlie lowo-t pviccs con-i-tent wltli Kooil woik und quullty of stock. fimdav, ki:i:i'ai:y, is. issr. 5 M M 9 PUDLISHERS' NOTICE. HoKiiinliiK im tlie llr-t day ot -Aprll '"-'xt. wc -holl roqiilre tlmt iill Mib-ei-lplioustothc Kr.ii-l-ri.l( bo puld in uilvnncc. 011 tlmt date nll papcrs not pald ln advatice will bc dl-cnnliii- UCll, Ullll tllelOUttOr pUpelS Will 1C -tOppotl wlicn tlic tlnu' puld lor has cvplred. Wi' liuvetiied tlicntlicr l'l:m taithlully, timl uro lomMl t tlio fotivlu-ioti tllllt lt 1" llllt tho rilit way. Alnmt iii--li!iH" of onr -tib-cri- bcr- iln pay 1 11 advnnce. Tlio li tlnliiK Imlf, wl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 18 February 1887

2 MIDDLEBURY REG1STEB FEBRUARY 18, 1887. Yol. LU. JOHNSON'S Curea Dlphtherla, Croup, Aathma, Bronctaltls, Neuralgla, rneumonla, Rheumatlsm, Dleedrnff at the ImnRB, Hoaraeneaa, luuuema, Hacklna Oough, Whooplne Cougb, Catarrb, Ctaolera Morbus. Dysen. tery, Chronlo Dl- , B v aaajaw fj m contatnlng lnfor- orrhcoa. Ktrtney M B jTm M B matlon very Troubloa, nnd Wk Hfi M ! eroat velue. Ev. Spinnl Dlaoaaes. MM WAM III I U Bj BL "Jbody oliould Wewlllnend free, flB OGfiH H I Lf H" have tbls book. poatpald, to all WH 9 I I Dd tboBe w1 who send thelr JRHS H 13 H I I I Rend for 11 wl" namos, nn Illus- jffll UH U lH UV H9 I H HMcv,'r nfler thank trnted l'amphlet SW thelr lucky atara. All who buy or order direct from ua, nnd request it, ahall recelvo a certlflcate tbat tho money ataall be refundod lf not nbuudantly satlafled, Retall prlco, 35 cts.i O bottleB, $2.00. Expreaa prepald to any part of the Uuited Btatos or Canada. I 8. JOHNSON li OO., P. O. Box 2118, Doston, Maaa. THE MOST WONDERFUL FAM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 18 February 1887

No. 7.J MIDDLEBURY KEGISTEK, FEBRUA11Y 18, 1887. 3 BEUTHINK'S CAPT1VES. Nothing wns (o le heard in tho forcst savo tho ruttling of tho snow fnlling upon tlic codars as it had bccn falling sinco midday, n ilno, powdery snow that spread uiion tho branches a frozcn moss, upon tlio ilrs a eoating of silver and upon tlio roads and pathwnys nn immcnso carpet, soft and white, and which intensilied tlio Btfilncss of this wa of treos. Beforo tlio door of a forestcr's lmt a young woman with hcr slecves rollcd up to tlio elbows was cutting wood with an nx upon a stone. Tall, snpplo and strong, sho wns a truo daitghter of tho forest and tho child and wifo of a forester. Sud dcnly a voico catno from tho interior of tho house: "Wo aro alone this cvcning, Berthino; como in and ninko ovcrything fast. Tlicro may bo Prussians as well as wolvos in tho forcst to-night." Tlio wood choppor rcsponded with a re sounding strokc of tho ax. "I havo nearly finished, mothcr," sho Baid; "besides, thcro is no ncc...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 18 February 1887

4 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER FEBRUARY 18, 1887. Yon. Lfl. county HcittS. Bristol, M. W. Wllsou of tliu Herald ls stlll qulto siek. l)r. .T. 11. O'Xeill of Ilostou ls In town for ii few weok. Kcineniber tlic dance at the Coinnicr clal House, February '2-2. Qtiltc a mimlier of our eltlzens liave gono to Burlington tlils WCek. f'il. Copeland speak at ltollcy liall noxt Saturday evening; subjcet, "What's to I Under?" It ls roported tliat Dr. E. G. I'rlnic lias sold his house nud practlee to Dr. Boguc of Monkton. A stlbserlption papcr is belug eireulated for tlie purpose ot procuring nuw instru uicnts and di'iiin? for tlie new band. The rotnains of a young mati nained Jones, who dludiu the asyluin at Brattle boro, were brought to Kincolii for burial Tuesday. CORNWALL. Tlie band 1 to glve an ontertaintnent and inilistrel show at the town ball, Feb. 2.), for thelr benellt. Tho ''oinwall Dobatlng soeiety will liold its ncxt ineoting at tlie tou n liall on tlie evening of tlie 21st, boginiilngat 7 ...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 18 February 1887

.No. 7.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, EBERUARY 18, 1887. ri "-- - - " . !!. i had ra scil oats tnmii thc sainc lanil muck soll for thrcc ycars uml harvestcd thu bcst urup thc tliird yinr. Prof . Coukc statcd that oats arc morc exhaustivc to 1 . ...I 1 . iniw i iii'ir iiiiiii-iHiiuii'M i. ii iiiii iit'iii iiiu ...! 11 i r tlin 1 - 1 ..!.. .1. m... ..!. '111114. limilll I . .IIHIM III I IIIIIIIIl IL'ilU I 111.. t ll 1 1 - ..t.l.l i uixuuv on "Thodalrv and dalrv stoeU," t......lt,.i. II,. i,..,.r..t . it,ni- iif mniltlMll t.i it.t..1- f.,i .i-u clwnilil IWil uli:it rt'titn (luit1 tfi lci. nint v,iUi M 11 tlll'V ('.'111. ll answcr to Alr. YVoostor's ijnestluii, noul tc Iicl'Iii wlth iind luereased t rlll Itiarts. V. 1). DnugliK of Whiting tlicn i i.. ., . 1 1.1 ....!,. helr owii iri'iiin und thcrobv suve u vat iiuouui ui inouey lii uio niaic. in; n.n i" n! . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' r iii;ii 1 w i t-ow- ii.i .n (ir thcir kci'tiiiiL' Minl that noor 0110- l'llll ho I'uiiilol' ill dobt. In IliL' L'onorul d...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 18 February 1887

G rjorsc Departmcnt. PEDIGREE HUNTING. THE 0HARLE8 KENT MARE, WEBDER'8 TOM THUMO AND OTHER ORANGE COUNTY, N. Y PEDIOREES. L'oiicliikMl. Sweeny's llotel, mi Chathain street, I think, 1s one of the bcst hotol of its clas ln Xcw York. This I lisitl known for years, liavin dtoiio(l occaslonally :it It. There !s an alr of liomc about it, and there is an air of honesty about it, in tlio nmount you get for your monoy. Mr. Danlel Sweeny ls still allve, halo and hcarty, looking after thc buslness as of yorc. IIo ald : "I owned thc Kent marc ln partnership with Charley Kent. We bought her for $100 of Diek Cariueii, a wealthy bullder, who lived 011 Washington Helghts. She had been injured. She rau away wlillst Canncii owned her, and hipped herself. Cariiicn bail bought tliW maro pr'evlously of Chas. Kent. paylng biin $800 for lior. Kent bought lier of l!ill Chlvers. She was a young maro when sbc was iiijured. Sbc was a light bay, 14-2, not ln, (wc notleed Mr. Sweeny dccribcd Dutehman as 15 hau...

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