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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 3 February 1888

No. 5.J 7 Sfyecp 3ntcrcst. SALES OF SHEEP (Kiinjc.ii ira nt vciimwii i mcn iu 8HEEP-BREEDER8' A8800IATI0N. . 1'. C'ranc, Bridport. Vt., to E. N. lllssoll r 3. MCL.UllllCy, iYUSUHIlH, O UWUO UHU 1 Iltlllt I. V. Cortcr, Randolph, Vt., to llorucu unb, W. ltundnlph, Vt., 1 riun. I). J. wriKlit. Shoreham, vt.. to n. uisscn r S. McCuughcy, Austrnlin, 1 owo. f. 11. Stockcr, Xurmors' Crcck, Mtch.. to Wm. Stocker, Vlctor, Mtch., 7 rama; to Warren ttcr, DoWltt, Mtch., 1 rnm. Ueo. C'umpbclrs sons, Westminster, 10 L. I.yon, Dotrolt, Mlcli., M ruins. II. JI. WIiik. ltochestcr, vt., to.t rencu . .vu. 119, Hartland, Vt., 8 sheep. II. W. WiUkcr, South Woodstock, Vt., to 11. Mecder, Bridgewater Coincrs, Vt., 1 rnm; .lehtul Webb, Bridgewater Cornors, Vt., 1 tn: to Otls Wobb, Bridgewater Comcrs, Vt., rain. N. Cottroll, l'lttstown, X. Y., to Hobort . . . . . n ,..-., V " t ......... ...... ock ot C. D. & C. Kcnyou and 1 rnm from hl9 wn llock. II. M. Wlng, Iiochestcr, Vt., to Cnlieo & nowltou, I...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 3 February 1888

8 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, PEBRUARY 3, 1888. Socal Hlattcrs. The Weather. toh the wkgk e.nmnq well.nesiut, fku. 1. Dato. Wlml. 7 a.m. Noon. 6 p.m. Tlnits. " 20, N. 10 18 12 Kri. 27, N. -8 2 -10 Sat. " 28, N. 1" 4 14 Bun. " 29, NE. 12 12 2 Mon. " 30, S. 10 1(1 3 Tucs. " 31, N. 0 20 S Wcil. Fob. 1, K. 18 21 2 THE CHUROHE8. ST. STEI'HEN'S. KEV. ALVA E. CAltt'ENTElt, IlECTOn. -BiH, 18S7. fiumlnj-s Snrvlces; 10:45 a. m. 7 :00 p. m. " Sumlay School, 9 :30 n. m. Frlilays KvcnlnK I'rnyur, 7 :00 p. m. Holy Dnys, Holy Cotiuiiiinlon. 7 :00 u. ui. CON'GKEOATIONAL. IIev. O. II. White, I). I)., l'ASTon. Sunilnv sorvlccs, 10:43a.m.; 7:00p.m. Babbilill school, 13 :00 lll. Tliursilny, conlcicnco uii'ctiiig, 7 :00 p. m. HAl'TIST. ItEV. A. DEF. PALMr.il, I'ASTOR. Sundny Services, 10:45 a.m.; 7:00 p.m. Sumlay school, 12 :00 m. Prayer-mcctliifc', Tliursilny, 7 :00 p. m Scats Irco. METHODIST. KEV. T. G. THOMfSON, I'ASTOR. Buntlay borvlcus : 10 :45 a. m. Youiik I'eoplo's mcctlng, 0.00 p. m. Evenlnt? servlce, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 10 February 1888

Yol. LIII. MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, FEBR No. 6. U4HY 10. 1888. ZlTibblcbury cgtstcr. PUBLIOHED BY THE REGISTER CO., MILI, 8TIIEET, MI1HH.KDITIIV, - - VEIIMONT. Sntcral at the MithUebury Postoffice a Second Clait Matter, E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. teiims : Ono Ycnr, S1.50 Slx Months .75 Four Montli'" 50 Throo Monthi, .40 Advcrtlstng Hntes on appllcatlon. Jon I'bintino of every varlety nt tlio lowest prlccs consistcnt wlth good work oml quality of stock. FltlDAY, FEBI5UARY 10, 1888. The Masaehusctts Scnate reports agalnst blenniiil sesslons of the legisla ture aml biennial State clcctlons. Prob ably thcre wcrc more polltlclans than patrlots on tho cominittcc. The Asseinbly of Xew York is about to abanilou its handsome- room ln the new capitol building, n committec of cx pcrts having rcported tliat tlie heavy stono celiing is bailly crackctl and is 11a ble to comu down upou tlie wisdom and ylrtuc at any tline. Fon once the Sprlngfleld Kepublican is right when It says: "In Moutana alo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 10 February 1888

2 MIDDLEBURY REGISTEE FEBRUARY 10, 1888. Vol. L1II. MAKE HENS Sheridan's Condition Powder ls nnsolntely pure nml lilffhly conccntrnted. Ono onnco I wortli a pouml of nny other klml. It Is Btrlctly a lnodlclno to bo Rlvon wlth fooil. Nothliig (in rnrth wlll mnkn lionifcy llko lt. It cures chlck cn cholera nml nll rtloenScB of lictm. Ts wortli lt wrlnlit ln cnlri. IIluMrntod lmok liy mnll freo. SoltV eTerywlipro, or ppnt ly mnll for 25 oenta ln Rtnmp. a 1-4 lb. nlr-ttcht tin cnns. 81.00! liy mnll, 81.20. Slx cnnn liy expreftfl, prepnlil, for 85.00, DR. I. S. JOHNSON & CO Boston, Han, Farm for Sale TLIE Farm in tho southeast part of tho town of Sliorcham, of latc tho homo placo of Willinm G. Will son, deccased, is offcrcd for sale This farm. is supposed to contain 147 acres, coneisting of meadow, pasturagc and wood-land, in desira blo proportion. Tho dwclling houso has latcly becn thoroughly repaired and modernizcd; and is ncat, convcnient, comfortable and commodious. The out-build...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 10 February 1888

JSTo. G.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTEK, FEBRUARY 10, 1888. 3 AN EXPRESS AGENT'S CONFESSION. IllsSclieme for Making Himself Solld AT lth tho Compnn) Fnnny Incldcnts. "If you won't give mo away," said a middlo nged man whom wo will cnll Brown, becauso Brown is not his nnmo, "I will tell you n littlo trick I once played on an express company, for which I was running as a messenger on a trnin not f ar froru licro. It was in tho days whcn they nover thought of sending out niore than ono man with an express car, nnd it was not deemed necessary to arm him, as thoy now do their messengcrs. 1 had thought this Bchetue nll out carefullyand tried to lool: at it in nll its phases, so tliat nounexpectedevil result would come of it. One night wo were running along at a rattling speed, by which I mcan a speed thatmadeeverything about tho old shack ling cars rattlo till you couldn't hear yourself think. The wind was blowing very hard outside, and evcrybody on tho train was hugging about as tight as ho could ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 10 February 1888

MIDDLEBURY KEGISTEB FEBRUARY Vdym. Vol. L11T. Ilclnlcssncss Causcd by Paralysls, nhcumatlsm, Hcnrt Dlscase, Llvcr, Kidnoy nnd Itladdcr Troublcs, Chronlc Hronchitls and ccrtain forms of Dyspcpsla. ANTI-APOPLECTINE "5 Curcs thc abovc diseascs and PREVENTS o oAPOPLEXY. Sl.OO nt ynur Drngglst'a. Ircallsc scnt frec tn any addrcss. Dr. F. S. Hutciiinion & Co., Manufacturers, Enosburgh For snlo by Drugglsts nml Dcnlcrs ln Mcdlclno gcnornny. 3A11 wholpsalo houscs supply tho trndo M5S Parms for Snlc I" Ilnncock, Addison Count)', Vermont. TWO I V BMIS, IJotli bcing on tlio stngo rond londlng Irom Ilnncock to Middlebury. Tho llrst fnnn ls locnted ono mllo west of Ilnncock vlllngc, lcnown nstlio IloublnsFurm, contnlnlngnbout twohundred nnd forty ncros ot lnnd, n Inrgo two-story house nnd wood-shcd; two Inrgo bnrns, old, but ln very good rcpnlr; runnlng wntcr to tho liouso nnd bnrns; n Inrgo npplo orchnrd, nnd n nlco sngnr busli of four hun. lred trccs; fences ln good repnlr; lnnd ln good co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 10 February 1888

.No. G.J MIDDLEBURY REGTSTER, FEBRUARY 10, 1888. 5. Jfternoon. Hcnding ot Acts, 10th obnptor, by G. T. Sutton, nnd oncli gtvlng ono thought on lts teclilng. "Whero wtll tho flnal lloiuo ot tho Itc docmcd bo?" Dlscusslon opcnort by J. II. Ilond. WHITINQ. Mr. and Mrs. Veloran Sanfonl aro vls itlng at 13. A. Chattcrton's. Will Fostcr, tlio village scliool tcacher, ls slek aml tlicro 1s no scliool nt prcscnt. Tho Dramatlc club, F. S. Xcodhain lnanagcr, niot at II. M. Matot's for rc hcarsal Monday cvcnlng. Kcv. Dr. Joseph Frccmau of Charlotte camo to town Monday inornlng and lcft on Tuesday mornlug to vlslt liis daugh ters at l'roctorsville. Ilay is stlll hcing slilppcd from thls statlon to Mcrldcn, Conn. It ls of a qual Ity that cannot bo uscd lioro to advan tago, bclng good only for packlng pur poscs. Kcv. and Mrs. L. 0. Hathaway camo to town Saturday nlght. Mrs. Hatha way rcnialns licrc with her daughtcr, Mrs. J. U. Quclcli, but Mr. Hathaway has rcturncd to nortliern Xew York, where h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 10 February 1888

6 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, FEBRUARY 10, 1888. Yol. Lll fjorse 2c.pariment. PROSPECTUS. Tho lncrcoslng prospcrlty ol tlio UeoistiiuIs gratltylng to ita owncrs i but its clrculntlon in't a tcntli part of wlmt wo lntoml it slmll be. Tho ItKOis'TEn ls tho htghest iiuthorlty in tho worlrt on tho truo hletory nnrt pcillgrce. ol tho Atnericnn voail hbrso. As euoti.lt clescrvcs and muet gottho vory wldoet clrculntlon. Its Horso Dcpnrtmcnt ls worth mnny tlmes lts eubscrlntlon prlco vnlunblo, lnstruotlvoi entertnlnlng. From nll over tho coimtry wo bnve au linracnso nmonntol orlgtnnl matter comlug In lor thls ilepnrlincnt; anl wo ox poot to bo nblo to glvo oon tho hlstory and pcillgrco ot tho followlng lamous hora cb hltherto nnknown: Old l'llot, St. Law rencc, Columbus, dam ol K.oynl Georgo, North Amerlcan or Hullock Horso.; Xintly Surrejvlam ol Henry Glnyj Xom Thurab, g. s. ol Green's Baehaw; Lconldns, rcputcd g. s. ol Blggnrt's Itattlcr, and many otliure. Thls ls pro-omlncntly the klnd of lntor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 10 February 1888

o. 6.1 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, FEBRUARY 10, 1888. 7 Sfyeep 3ntcrcst. SALES OF SHEEP 8HEEP-BREEDER8' A88O0IATION. S. Boncdlct, Castleton, Vt., to Geo. Camp. U'mttnlnatnp Wnflt. Vt.. 1 rntn. S. Ilowlnnd, Woodstock, Vt., to L. W. lington, CornUh Flat, X. II., 8 owosj 3 I UUCK Ul JlllUKUl d IIUUI 1119 UHI1 UUVHl im flock ol G. 8. lltircllng. & O. II. Dnvls, Ohlo, to J. A. Iloll, Ash. O., 1 rnm. II. Itnnsom, Now I.ondon.O., toCnrpontor s., New T.ondon, O., 1 rnm. Sklnnor, Grconwich, N. V., to C. Il.Cnrtcr, onwlcli, X. l ., 4 rmus. II. Cnrtor, Grconwlch, N. Y., to Ilaltlo (no ross glvcn), 1 rnm. . B 1 t rtl.l n 4r .t..... , s. Glbbs, Cornwall, Vt., to K. G. I nrnham, luii. inunu a viunji..,, - - - . - -" Cornwall, Vt,, 3 rntns. . &.T.Jaek8on, Mt. Llborty, O., to T. F. & V. Gordon. Clicstcrvlllo, O., 1 rnm. . C. Edclbluto, Xow Way, O., to Ym. S. ilblutc, Now Way, O., 0 rnms. SALES OF SHEEP. CORDED IN THE VERMONT MERINO 8HEEP BBEEDER8 A8SOCIATION. . X. lttsscll, Kust Shoreham, Vt.,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 10 February 1888

8 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, IFEBRUARY 10 Yol. LUI. Socal XUattcts. The Weather. for tiik wkkk enmno wbdnesllat, fe11. 8. Dnto. Wlinl. "n. in. Koon. 0 p. m. Thuis. " 2, 'N.E. 0 .34 4 Jrl. " 3, N. 18 31 12 -Bat. " 4, '8. 5 .25 21 Slin. " 6, 3fi '40 31 Mon. " 0, 7T. 14 2J 5 Tucs. " 7, S. 0 .24 25 Wed. 8, -6.N. 30 40 20 T-HE'CHUROHES. ST.STEI'HKN'S. RKV.Al.VAIE. CAnrKNTEU, &ECTOR. .fiall, 1887. fiundays Scrvlcos, 10:45 a.m.; 7. -00 p. m, " Sunday-School, 0:30 a. m, Fridnys Ercntutfrrayer, 7 :00 p. m, Holy lnys, Holy Uinnmnlon. 7 :00 1. in, COXOJlEaATlONAL. HKV.O. H. MlillTE, I). V., HASTOH. Bunday sorvlces, 10:45a.an.J 7:00p.m, fiabbaih school, 12 :00 m. Thurstlny, ooulcronco mcetlni;, 7:00 p.ni. IBAI'TIST. .Kev. A.DUF. PALMEn, lUSTon. Sundny Servlcee, 10 :45 a. in. ; 7 :00 p. ni. fiundny school, 12:00ui. rraycr-meetliifcVThursil.iy, 7 :00 p. in Soats Irec. JIETIIODIST. llEV. ,T. G. .Tliojirsos, l'jkSTOH. Sundny Sorvlces 10:45 n. m. COOp. 111. 7:00 p. in 12.00 m. 12:00 m. 7:00 p. m. 7-OO...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 17 February 1888

Yol. Lni. MIDDLEBURY, "VERMONT, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. No. 7. lUibblcbury Hegtster. PUBLI8HED BY THE REGISTER CO., MIIX STIIEET, HIDDLEIttnV, - - VERMONT. Entertd at the Middlebury rottofflct as Second Clatt Matter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. TEUMS : One Year, Slx Mantlm $1.S0 .75 .50 .40 FourMonths, Three Montlis Advcrtlslng Ilatcs on appllcatlon Jon ruiNTiNO of ovcry varlcty nt tho lowcst prlccs conslstcnt with good work nnd quallty ol stock. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. The flshcries trcatv wlth Grcat Brltaln was slgneil Wednesday nigbt. Ita pro vlsions are not yet made public. The Scnate passed the Blalr cducation al bill, Wednesday, 30 to 29. The Ver mont Senators voted In the afflrniatlvc. The Repi'bllcans of this dlstrlct will hold a convention iit Burlington Aprll 24 f or the choice of delegatcs to the national convention. Tiie country loscs a writer possesscd of a large share of horse sense ln the death of D. R. Locke, Xasby, at Toledo, Wednesday. Mit. Blaine's letter, whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 17 February 1888

2 MIDDLEBURY REGISTEE FEBRUARY 17, 1888. Vol. L1II. IHAKE HENS Sheridan's Coiulition Powder la nl.an1titt.lv nnm nnrl lilfflllv pnnrrnimtCll ounro Is worth n pound nf nny "thjr klnil. .4.tii- - 1 1 r . i . .. i . .... r.wil . on cnrlh wlll nmko lionn lny llko lt. It rures c1lrk cn cholera nncl nll tllKonscs of lirna. Is wnrtn Jt ivrlght ln cold. Illuatratrd book by mall frrc. Solil CTorywlirre, or aent ly mall for 85 rontn ln MainpK. 3 1-4 1b. nlr-llcht tln oini, 1.00l Jiyjrriiul, S1.20. Slx cans ly exjiresa, propnld, for 85 00, DR. I. S. JOHNSON & CO., Boton, Mbh. Fai m for Sale TI1E Farm in tho soutlieast part of tlic town of Sliorchnm, of l.atc the homo place. of William G. Will son, dcceased, is ofFcred for salc This farm is supposed to contain 147 acrcs, coneisting of meadow, pasturage and wood-land, in dcsira blo proportion. Tho dwclling houso has latcly been thoroughly rcpaircd and modcrnizcd; and is noat, convenicnt, comfortablc and commodious. Tho out-buildings, thougli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 17 February 1888

.No. 7.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER,. FEBRUARY 17, 1888. 3 COFFEE, TEA, MILK, SUGAR. A Itrlef Chnpter on Footl nnd Iti Ailul tcrntlons. "A cup o coffee," says Alexandro Dumas, tlio clclcr wlio, by tho way, was ns great a gourmand na lio was romancist "n cup of cofTee is the reviow of tho dlnner." M. Dumas was right. Of all tho food adullerations that of coffco is the lnost palpable. Not only is tho roasted and ground article adulterated, but incrediblo as it may sound tho green bean is imitated fron comtuon clay, colored with arsenic. If ruuior has it correct, thcre is a green cofTee mnuu factory in Chicago, where naturo is "corrected" by machinery. Mechani cal nppliances mold, press and dry Cook county clay into cofTee beans, as it is said, at a cost of about eight cents a pound. Of course, this artiflcial coffeo cannot bo used in its purity, or rather impnrity. It is used to mix with tho genuino article, nnd, strange as it may sound, tho clay bean assumes the samo color in roasting that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 17 February 1888

4 MIDDLEBURY EBGISTER FEBRUARY 17, 1888. Vol. Lin. Hclplcssncss Causcd by raralysls, llhcumatlsm, lleart Dlscasc, I.lvcr, Kidncy and llladder Troublcs, Chronlc Hronchltls and ccrtaln fonns of Dyspcpsia. aANTI-APOPLECTINE Curcs tho abovc discascs and PREVENTS o o APOPLEXY. Sl.OO nt your Iruglsta. Trcatlsc scnt frcc to any addrcss. D, F. S. jiutciiinson iV Co., Manufacturcrs, Enosburg!! Falls, Vermont, U. S.A. For salo by Drugglsts nnd Dcnlcrs In Mcdlclno gcneruny. JB-A11 wholesalo houses supply tho trailo. Fsirms for Salc In llnncock, Ariillatm Coulily, Vermont. T W O F A It M 8 , Jiotli bclngon tho stitgo rouil leadlng lrom llnncock to Middlebury. Tho llrst fnnu ls locnted ono lnllo west of Hancock vlllnge, lcnown,nsthu ltobblns rnrm,contnlnlngabout two hundrcd and lorty ncrcs ol laml, a largo two-story houo and wood-shcd; two largo V)arii9, old, but ln very gooil repatr; runnlng watcr to tho houso und bnrns; a largo applo orcbard, and n ntco sugar bush of four liun. ilrcd trccs; fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 17 February 1888

JNo. 7.J ISrroDLEBlJgYJEISTER, FEBRUARY 17, 1888 cnrnostly nnd moro dlrcctly ns a prlvnto cltl zcn innn ns n puunu I'liuuiuiiiui nn,.,. uummu wysclt, wltli tho conllilont bcllet thnt tlio nil. minisirniiou oi 1110 guveriuiiwiii l,u lv ainrnii in ilm imiiv which lins dcmonstrnted tho purposo nnd tho powor to wleld ltlortlio unlty uml tlio lionor of thu rcpnbllc, lor tho prospcrny nmi progrcss ui ino icujhu. 1 nni, vorv shicerely your8, .IA5IF.3 0. IH.AINE THE Prohibition Conferenoe. WHAT WAS DOXE AT TI11S OATIIEMNQ ON TtT.SDAY. Tho Stuto eonfcreiice o Prohibition ists, licld nt tlio town hall ln Middlebury onTiiesday, was attcmled by menibers of tlio pnrty froin various seetlons of tlio State. Tlio platform carrlcd u load of prohibition lltcrattireand 011 tlic walls of tlic hall wcre various inottoes ot a tutiae tic and cnsplrltlii? eharaetor, sucli as: "Non-partlsan Prohibition Isnoii-oiiforce-nblo;M "I'artisati Prohibition nieaiis Pro hibition that wlll Prohlbiti" "Prohibi tion wll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 17 February 1888

6 MIDDLEBURY REGISTEK, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. Yol. LJ1I. fjorse Dcpartmcnt. PROSPECTUS. Tho lncrcnslng prospcrlty ot tlio UEOtsTr.n ls grntltylng to lts otfncrs ; liut lt8 clrculiitlon lsn't'n tcnth part of what vro lntond lt shall bo. Tlio Kkoistku ls tho hlghcst niitliorlty in tho world on tho truo history nnd pedlgrco ol tho Amcrlcan rond horso. As suoh.lt dcscrves nnd must get tho vcry wldest circulatlon. Ita Horso Dcpartmcnt la worth many tlmcs lts Bubscrlptlou prlco valuahlo, instructlve, cntcrtnlnlng. From all over tho country wo lmvo nn lmmenso nmountol orlglnal matter comlng ln tor thls dcpartmcntj and wo ox poct to ho nblo to glvo eoon tho history nd pcdlgrco ot tho followlug famous hors es hlthcrto unknown: Old l'llot, St. Law renco, Columbua, dam of Itoynl Georgo, North Amcrlcan orllullock Horse; LndySurrcy.rtam of Hcnry Clay; Tom Thumb, g. s. ol Grcen's Bashaw; Lconldas, reputed g. s. of lllggart's Rattlcr, and mnny othcrs. Thls la pro-emlncntly the klncl of lntorma tlon th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 17 February 1888

.No. 7.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, FEBRUAEY 17, 1888. 7 Sfyccp 3ntercst. VERMONT AND THE WOOL BUSI NESS. Mr. F. B. Norton of Burlington, Wls., wrltes ns follows to thc Snrlngfleld He publlcnn umler iJ.ito of Jnn. 20: "Tlio Chicngo Trlbune, ln n rccont Is suc, coples au nrticlc froni your napcr on 'Vermont niul thc Wool TsirlfT," ln whlch you say, 'Ono would thlnk . . . thiit Vermont was thc ccntcr nnd clrctiinfer enec of thc wool-groivlng Industryof tho comitry, nml that thc wool tarlfFwns ab soluteiy essentlal to Its cxlstcncc.' Now wlillc l own nelther .1 shecp-ninch nor a voolen mlll, and personally could gct moro ploasure oitt of onc bloodcd horsc than all tho shecp that cvcr blcatud, yct I tmtst confcss that from what I have sccn of thc West and of thc South durlng tho past 30, years, Vermont, whioh cuts so small .1 flgurc ln thc nroa of thc Unlted Statm and in thc nuinbcr of hcr shcep, has provcd hcrself to bo thc ccntcr and cireumfcrcnee ot thc wool-growlng in dustry of thc countr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 17 February 1888

8 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. Yol. LJ1I. Socctl Zllattcrs. The Weatheh. FOR THE WEEK F.NlllMI WEDNEStlAT, TEII. 15. Dftto. Wlnd. 7n.in Noon. 0 p. m. Thuts. " 9, S.SW. 0 15 5 Frl. " 10, Xe.Se. 20 5 4 Bftt. " 11, SE.N. 17 15 0 Bun. " 12, N. 10 2D 10 Mon. " 13, S. 14 30 30 Tues. " 14, S.N. 32 45 22 Wed. " 15, N. 3 3 12 THE CHUROHE8. ST. STEI'IIEN'S. EBV. ALVA E. CAnrENTEIt, IlECTOIl. Fall, 1887. Bundays Scrvlccs, 10 :45 a. m.; 7 .-00 p. m. " Sundny School, I):30a. m. FrldayB Evenlng l'rnyer, 7 .00 p. m. Holy bays, Holy Communlon. 7 .-00 a. in . CONGUEOATIOKAL. Kbv. 0. 11. White, D. D., I'astou. Bundav survlces, 10:45 a. m.; 7.00 p. m. Babbath echool, 12:00 m. Thursday, conlcrencc mectlng, 7:00 p.m. BAPTIST. IlEV. A. DEF. l'ALMEIt, PASTOIt. Snndny Sorviccs, 10:45 a.m.; 7:00 p.m. Sunday school, 12 :00 m. Prnyer-mectlng, Thursday, 7 .00 p. m Scats Irvc. METIIODIST. , KEV, T. G. TllOJU'SON, 1'ASTOIt. Sunday Servlecs : 10 :45 a. m. Toung l'uoplu's mectlng, fi :00 p. m. Evening s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 24 February 1888

Yol. LIII. MIDDLBBtmYjiJirSfONT, FEBRUARY 24, 1888. No. 8. ZHibblcSury 23egtstet PUBLI8HED BY THE REGISTER CO., ' MILL 8THEET, Mnni.cniiitv, - - VERMONT. Entered at the MlMUbury l'oitofflce a Second Clats Matter. B. H. THOBP, Editor and Managor. teiims : Ono Year, 1.S0 Slx Months, '"5 Four Months 50 Threo Months, .40 Advcrtlslng Itatcs 011 appllcatlon. .Ton rniNTiNO of ovcry varicty at tho lowcst pricc9 conslstont with good work nnd qunllty of Btock. FIJIDAY, FEMJUAKY 24, 188S. Itoscon Conkling is thc Baltimore Hcrald's noiiilncc for President. Xow that Mr. Blaino is out of the way the hopes of candidates and tlicir frlcnds rise nilghtlly. Gen. Siiemdan goes tho "better to be rlght than to be Presldcnt" raan several better by declarlng that he wouldn't have the ofllce anyway. So the "Sheridan and Shenandoah" war-cry ls prematurely choked off. The new flsheries treaty with Great ISrltaln ls made publlc. Ameriean flsher men are indignant, those at Gloucester, Mass., and elsewhere decl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 24 February 1888

MIDDLEBURY KEGISTER FEBRUARY 24, 1888. Vol. L1II. JOHNSON'S Curen Dlphtherla, Oroup, Aathma, Dronohltlii, Neurabjta, Pnaumoala, Rheumatlam, BlMdlng; at the Iiudrs, Boarasnesa, Influanaa, Haoklno; Oough, Whooplnff Oough, Oatarrh, Choiara Morbna, Dyaen tery, Ohronlo Dl- gjm paav BBBBBav BBI M pjja aaj aajaaaj oontornlng Infor. arrhcoa, Kldney H H M M B rmation vary Troublea. and ffreat valua. Kt- Bplnat Dlaeaaes. VS aM W HU H- body ahould We wlll aend freo, H I II I g bave thla book, poatpald, to all J M B H I II I I I I BDd tbose who who aend tbelr BH I I I I I I I I eend for namaa, an Illua- I I Laaarer after trated Pamphlet " thelr luoky atara. All who buy or order dlrect from ua, and request lt, aball reoelve a certlfloata ttiat tbe money abaU be refunded lf not abundantly BatlaHed. Retatl prlce, US cts. i 0 bottlaa, 88. OO. Expreaa pfepald to aoy part of the Unlted Statea or Canada. I. S. JOHKBON & OO., P. O. Box 2118, Doaton, Maaa. THE MOST WONDERFUL FAMILY REMEDY EVER KNOWN...

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