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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 March 1888

So. 13.J MIDDLEBUEY REGISTER, MAROH 30, 1888. 3 l THE HAIR TONIC BOTTLE. How dear to my heart Is tbe oldvlllage drug store, When ttred and thlrsty It comos to my vlewj Ihe wlde tprcadlng slens that asked you to "Tty U," Old Blldectcr's bitters nnd vermlfuse, too. Tbe old rusty siovb, and tho cusrldor by lt ; That little hackrcoml Ohl you've been there yourself, And oft tlmes liave Rone for the doctor's pre scrlptlon, But tackled tho bottle that stood on the sholf . The frieudly old bottle, The plaln laboled bottle, The "Halr Tonlc" bottle that stood on the shelf. How oft I liave f elzed It with hands that were Rlowlng, And pi7.lel a whllo cro I ket olT for home; I owned the whole carth that nlk'lit, but next mornlnjj My head felt as blg as the capltol's doino; And then liow I lmrrled awny to recelve It, The druKfilst would "8111110" o'er hls polsonous li'ir. And laueli ns ho ponred out hls unllceiised blttcrs And lllli'd np tho bottlo thnt stood on the shelf, The nnllci'iisiMl lottl...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 March 1888

MEDDLEB REGISTER MARCH 30, 1888. Vol. L1II. y- Chiefly Interesting I Ladies! "Vo proposo to give in this column Dry Goods ncws tlmt is rellablo. Wo bclicvc, with thc grcnt Fhilndclphin ndveitisor, "tlmt ndvertising Bhonld not bc pufllng aiid brngging cxaggcration, niaking pcoplo tircd, but a clear statcnicnt of dcsirablc inforniation, strong whcn justih'cdby facts, but whetlier inild or strong alavays TitUE." Whctlicr tlic niajor ity of tlie advertising put fortli at tho prcscnt is truo or falso we ahtill not undcrtakc to sny. Wo leavc tlmt to tho public. LYMAN fc ALIJEN, BURLINGTON. . - VERMONT. Our Stock in ovory Dopartmont will bo for tho ooming soason moro comploto and attraotivo than ovor boforo. liiimense lines of rleh Dress Goods already ln stock and arrlvlng dally. Tlie latcst and prctticst noveltles ln both fancy and plaln goods. I'laln smootli iliiish goods w!ll bc grcatly worn. AVc havc full lines of all wool and silk warp Hciiriclta C lollis, CmiicIn Hnir, Scrgcs, ISrond...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 March 1888

o. 13.1 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, MAROII 30, 1888. rno itnnrnannrnrivn. riinri nr. nvniinnii. fthn 2flth Of lnto vnnrn Mr, t t !- .. t jncw xoris oiur. V Rlnrrnliir Rtnpv rnmna frmn Tnlrrln. n (lin oflnnf tlinf n llttln trtrl la cn rrlficd at scclng n woninu push a inan ii il rivi'r i.i iii i. niiii iiimi'm iii'i't iiiiTiiiui Lllt! HillllU WU111.II1 llirillll n - - ra "linrloa T.nHmnr. nii nmttwMif nlvll mi- lUl'I illlU Stllll LU UU Ul illU - e 1 i) . ... i l ......t.i tnr linnniit.1i tlin fUirfiuM bv waiklllir .1 t.l. 1 ...l..t. I.n-nl r I IIMI1I W11II il IlirKIMl 1VUUI iltl.Ul .1 .1 1 - t. 1 1 Al,t ii. is iii'iiii :n. i . v(m:iiiii. wuiij. . i . . i n .. . 1 r imr wlth moro thati onc wlfe, contrary Mm i-irnvlainna nt tllG KtllMUllUS i'.iW. ISL 1)1 LliL'Ill MUIU OIA IUUllLiis lll il 1 il . 1 AilAA ' ho. Kii ernta or j.-aoor nrc stm uiiucr ban of thc Catholic church, it is al i - r t 1 . ..1 r..n.if 1 .t 1 - t.. 11 IKU ITUUU 1113 IUUIIIISU 11J CllUlllllllllU artiiiiiti uiuuuii iuc lijiis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 March 1888

6 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, MARCH 30, 1888. v. i.nr. fjorse 2)epartment. PROSPECTUS. Tho increnslng prospcrlty ol tho Heqistek ls Kratliylng to Its ownors J but lts clrculntlon lin't a tcnth pnrt ol whnt wo lntontl lt slinll to. Tho Heoistrk ls tlio htghcst nuthorlty In tho world on tho truo hlstory nnd pcdlgrco ot tho Amorlcnn roiut horso. As such.lt doSorvcs nnd must got tho vory widost clrculntlon. lts Horso Dcpnrtmcnt ls worth mnny tlmcs lts subscrlptlon prlco vnlunblo, Instructlvo, cntcrtalnlng. Frora nll ovcr tho country wo liavo nn lmmonso nmountol orlglnnl nmttcr comtng ln lor thls dcpnrtmcnt; nnd woox pcct to bo nblo to glvo soon tho hlstory and pcdlgrco ol tho lollowlng lnuious hors lis hlthcrto unknown : Old l'llot, St. Lnw rcnco, Columbus, dnm ol ItoytUCJcorgc, North Amcrlcnnorllullock Horso j Lady Surrey.dnin ol Hcnty Clny; Tom Thumb, g. s. ot Urcen's Itnshnw; I.conldns, rcputed g. s. ol Illggnrt's Jtattler, nnd mnny others. Thls ls pro-cmlnently tho klnd of Intonna Uon thnt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 March 1888

No. 13.J MIDDLEBURY KEGrlSTER, MARCII 30, 1888. 7 Sfycep 3ntcrcst. OVERNMENT FIGURES ON SHEEP Wc havo already announced th.it ac- rdliig to govcrnmont estlmatcs tlicro o now 43,544,755 slicc" ln thc Unltcil atcs, agalnst 44,759,314 a year ngo n 11-oir of 1.214.559 licad, or nearly 2J r ccut. As classlfled by tho statlstl- in, tlicro aro nioro sliucp ln Aiiiinc, w llampslilre, Vermont, ltliode Is id, Florlda, Mlaslssliipl, I-oulslana, ntiesotri, Arlzona and DaUota than a ar ago. Xt-w Hnmpslilrc, Arl.ona d Dakota arc crcdltcd wlth 5 pcr cent. ln. wlltrdl Is thn lllffllOSt llOtcd. folloW- witli Matnc and Vermont wlth 4 per II. n.v r -- n - havlnir cliaimcd. ln ncltlier way. rginla, South Carollua, Colorado and il?n-(, i.r,.--j - ' - f iigTy., cach 2 pcr ccnt.; Maryland I I 11(1 IILilil VitV-ll IIVjI Vi,iitt -1 i j i! n ...I '1'nrn a nnn R if l m . ntnl Ttceriifi nnnll S . . it....A..i..n..1n rli!n fnltfnrntn 5. I - irui tunn - x . tTt .-! . . - ...t 1. Ofi nnlil' l05?tlio greatcst rcco...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 30 March 1888

8 MIDDLEBURY REGISTEE, MARCH 30, 1888. VOL. Ll Socal ZITattcrs. The Weather. OB THE WEEK ENMNO WEDNESDAY, MAltClUd. Dnto. Thuis. rrl. Bat. sun. Mon. 11108. jvca. . Thermometer. Wlml. 7 a.m. Noon. flp. m. 22, N. 28 38 25 23, N.NW. 0 29 14 24, SE.SW. 2 30 14 25, SW. 1 30 20 20, S.SE. 14 34 31 27, SK. 30 48 40 28, SE. 38 5 40 4 AUCTION The Churohes. st. stephen's. REV. ALVA E. CAHfBNTEn, Keotor. Fall, 18S7. Sundays Scrvlccs, 10 :45 n. m. ; 7 :00 p. m. " Sundny School, 030 n.m. Frldnys Eveiilng Pmycr, 7 :00 p. m. Iloly Dnys, lloly Comiuunlon, 7 :00 n. m. CONGKEGATIOXAL. Uev. O. II. White, I). I)., Pastoii. Sunclay scrvlccs, 10:45 n.m.; 7:00p.m, Sabbatli school, 12 :00 in. Thursdaj-, conlcronco meotlng, 7 .00 p. in, UAl'TIST. I!EV. A. DEP. I'almkh, l'ASTOIt. Sundny Scrvlccs, 10:45 n. m.J 7:00 p. m. 8undny school, 12:00 m. Praycr.mcctlng, Thursdny, 7 .00 p. m Sents lrco. METIIODIST. KEV. T. G. TllOMl'SON, l'ASTOH. Sundny Scrvlccs Young l'eople's lneetlng, Kvening servlce, Snbbnth-school, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 April 1888

Yol. LIII. MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, APRIL G, 1888. No. ld. iltibblcbury Hcgistci PUDLI8HED DY THE REGISTER CO., Mtl.t, STHEET, MIIHr-I31H'HY, - - VEUMOXT. Entcrcd at the Middlebury Poitofflcc as Sccond Class Mattcr. E. H. THOItP, Editor and Manngor. TKUMS i Ono Ycnr. Slx MnuthSt Four Mnnths, Tlireo Months, Advertlslnf,' ltato on appllcutlon .30 .40 Joii l'niNTiNO ot cvery varlety at tho lowci-t prlccs eonsistont wlth good work and quallly of stock. FIMDAY, Al'IUL C, 1SSS. State Politics. The withdrawal of llon. 15. D. Harrls of Urattleboro from thc canvass for thc govcmorfhip secni? to scttle it that llon. . V. Dlllinghain of Waterbury is to bc the Itepubllcan noinincc. If noniinated, it gocs without paying that hc will be eleetcd. For sccond placc a nuinber of nicn are spol:en of, the niot proniinently nieii tloncd being llon. G. G. ISenedict of thc Burlington Free Fress and Col. Albert ClarUe of the Butland Hcrald. SUNDAY TRAIN8. Thc subjcet of running trains, .iiul es pccially frcigh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 April 1888

MIDDLEBURY EEGISTBR APRIL.6, 1888. Vol. L1II. JOHNSON'S Oureu Dlphtberla, Oroup, Asthma., Dronctaltl-, Nouralgl-., PneamooU, Rbeumntlsm, Blaedlng at the Lunda, Hoarsenesa, Iufluenta, Haoklns Cough, Wbooplnn Oough, CaUrrn, Cbolera Morbus, Dyaen. tery, Chronlo Dl ANODYNE ctrrhcoa, Kldney Troubles, nad Bptnal Dlseases. We wlll send free, postpald, to nll who send thelr nameo, an Illus trated Famphlet AU who buy or order dlreot from us, and request it, ohall recelve a certlflcate tbat tbe money eball borerundedlfnotabundantlyBattofled. Hetall price, G5 Cts.J Obottles, $2.00. Expreaa prepald to my part of tbe Unlted Statea or Onnada. I, Q. JOHNSON & 00. P. O. Box 2118, Boston, Maaa. THE MOST WONDERFTJL FAMILT REMEDY EVER KNOWN. Farm for Sale TILE Farm in tho southcast part of tho town of Shoroliam, of lato tho homo placo of William G. Will son, dcccascd, is offered for sale This farm is supposed to contain 147 acrcs, consisting of mcadow, pasturage and wood-land, in dcsira blo propor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 April 1888

Ko. M.J MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, APRIL 6, 1888. 3 DEATH. Btrong Angel of nty, whoso whlto wlngs aro purpled wlth ilew Brushed from nphodcl nieadows that shlno be- ucntli sklcs alwnys bluc, Thou bcnrcst Lovo's chnlleo for llpa tlmt Taln's nicasure havo pressed, And ffo ilrlnk, nnd then, only, mny drenm of tho Inflnlto restj Ahl tlio lmmnn lenns over tlie human nnd glros tcnre for tenrs, But tliy swcet cjes nlono smllo awny tho breast's sorrowful fears; By thy great wlngs upborno wo, too, riso to thy honvcnly helght And gnze wlth cloar vlslon, and know that thy Bhadow brlngs llglit. Henriotta Chrlstlau Wrlght. A REPENTANT GHOST. How well I rcmcmbcr that dayt Suc coss, unprecedentcd success, hnd flnally crowned my cfTorts. Tho niodernto land holdcr had bccomo ono of tho richost of men, if not tho richost iu tho colony. And now bohold mo in the Btrnngo pre tlicamcnt of n man, who, having tnado a fortunc, docs not caro for it! Rich be yond most mcn, I was quito as indiffer cnt as I was rich....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 April 1888

MIDDLEBURY REGISTEE APRIL 6, 1888. Vol. LI1I. First Week in April. Spring has comc, or at least should be here by this time. " A weathcr Prophet who predicted that the winter would be warm and opcn was found frozcn to death last week in New York Statc." With such an cxample before us we have no ambition to shine as a weathcr prophet j wc will try, howevcr, to attend strictly to our own business in the Dry Goods line. Should warm weather arrivc we are ready for it ; should the blizzard come April 7th as predicted, we advise people to buy their spring tlresses now and have them ready when the gcnial sunshinc does come. We propose to make this a memorable week in Dry Goods circlcs, in fact every week and every day, since our spring opening, has bcen a busy one, sales exceeding our expectations or any former year. Wc knew we had the largest, finest and most complete stock of Dry Goods cver shown by us. This we know positively, but it is one thing to know yourself and anothcr to con vinc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 April 1888

MIDDLEBURY ftEGISTEK, APRIL 6, 1888. JNo. 14. J Kansas Paclflc bondlioldors. Ho says tho Inotlve of the attack ia a woman, a newsy Iiapcr ana a cauio coinpaiiy. 1 nc woman s tlic dlvorced wlfe of ono of the Jllssou- 1 1'nclllc cinplojces, tlic ncwspapor, thc IcraUl, tuul tho cablo company, tho Hen- liott-Mhckcv llnc. Tho New lork ller- likl of Suncfnycontalncd alctterfrom Jny btouui atiaciuiif; tiuuics uoruon jiumhuil, tnd niado no coniincnt cxccpt that I'Whotn tho cods would destroy thoy Ilrst niako niad," and that Goulil's de- Iarturo from his usual sllent nietlioils ol varfaro limst hulloatc tliat ho Is In a llght place and lms to resort to oxtreinp lncasurcs In his cllort to savc niniscii. H'ho othcr papcrs prlnt tho lettor wlthout Eoiuincnt. FOREIQN. Tho Frcnch govcmincnt was bcatcn 'rldav In a votc on tho hlll provitlliiK for revision of tho constitution, ana at mcc reslgnuil. Tho llrltlsh stcanicr Clty of Jllo do Ja- licrlo was wrccked lnst I-'elmtary oIV tho "hincsc coastaiu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 April 1888

6 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, APEIL G, 1888. Tol. L11I. jorsc Dcpartmcnt. PROSPECTUS. Tho lncrcnslng yirosyicrlty ot tho lti:a!KTF.n U grntltylng to lts ownors ; but lts ctrciilation isn't a tcnth jmrt ot wliat wo iiitcncl lt slmll to. Tho ItKdlSTr.it is tho hlgliust llUtllorltJ ln tbo world on tho truo liHtory nmt iH-tllttrco ot tho Ainerlcaii rond liorso. As sucli.lt descrvcs and must nct tlio very wldeit clrcnlntioii. lts llorso Denartiiicnt 1s wortli maiiy tlmes lts subscrlption pilco vnlunljle, Instriictlvc, entcrtnlnlnK. From nll ovc'r tlie country wo lmvo nn liiimenso nmountof orlKlnalinntter comlng ln lor thls ilcimrtiiu-nt; and woci. pcct to bo ablo to glve soon tho lilstory niKl pedigree ol tho lollowlng tiunous liors ha liltlierto uiikiiowii : Ohl 1'llot, St. Law rence, Columbtis, dam ot ltoyul Oeorge, North jVmerlcanorlluIUick Ilorse; Lady Stirroy.dam ol Hcnry Clny; Tom Tlimiib, g. s. ot lireen's Bashaw; Leontdas, ruputcd g. s. of lllggart's ItiUtler, and lnany others. Thls 1s ...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 April 1888

1LT 1 J I fcmn (ioptcs. THEN AND NOW. A Vermont eorrcsiiondent of tlio N. E. (nrtni'i- Rnvft thnri wnq nnvnr n horfnr lllln tn tlfntMn If' lli oriiinnfr tlidti Hin .rcscnt. EvcrytlilnR csceptlng wooi . . . . . r.V,ni ,..i,, i t, rr,, ,..,. y iow iiricc or lnrins makcs it a gooti timc o buy. Fitty or sixty ycars ago farin rs ran In debt for thelr fanns and pnld or thcm ; thcy ccrtalnly can do It now. 'lin ntm ilen u1tn,il- ia flm ,,rtim nf lnllll!. .i.t 1 , . , . i 1. 1.. in 11 iiiia ni:iiii iiuuuii.ii. iv o 'lin inmvnr. linrsn rnlcn. tcddcr. reaiior. owi mr. d a ltimr niacinncs, vtcru un nnivn fif) vnars airo. What would thc thln'k If'they liad to do thelr ni !.- tiinlit ctrnnrrtli ne it vnnre ntrn nd scll thelr produco as It wns sold thcn l,,,tt,t- fr1111 m tn 1'5 nta. n nnmitl. hecse 0 cts. per poumi, esgs a to 12 cts crd07.cn? The only inarket thcy had r thelr potatoes was at thc starclt fac ir cs. where thov bromrht from 10 to 12 ts. ucr bushol. ronltry now briiiRS iorc than dou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 6 April 1888

MIDDLEBURY HEGlSTER, APRIL 6, S Yol. L11L Socctl HTattcvs. The Weather. FOIt THE WKEK ENllINO WKIlN-KMUY, Al'iltL 4. Datu. Wlnil. Tliermomctcr, Noon. (I p. 111 . Tluue. " Frf. " Sftt. " sun. Ainl Mon. " Tues. " Wert. " Xc. N.Sn. sn.X, few. S.1V. v. K.S. Uf'i 30 .14 i- 33 30 24 42 40 34 40 3!l 37 41 5i 3H 3I 37 3(1 32 4(1 THE CHUROHE8. &T. STKl'ItnX'S. ItEV. ALVA E. CAHrKNTF.il, IIECTOI1. riii, isht. Sundnys Servtces, 10 :45 n. 111.; 7 :00 p. 111. " Stunliiy Scliool, !i:3oii.in. Frlclnys KvenliiK IMnyiT, 7 :(kp p. in. lloly liiiys, lloly Coniinuutoii. 7 :00 . m. CO.VOItKGATIOXAr.. Itnv. O. II. White, I). 1)., I'amoh. Sundny scrvlcers, 10:4., n. in.; 7 :00 p. m. Sdbbutli scliool, 12 .00 m. Tluirsdny, conlurcneo lnoL'tlny, :00 p. m. IlAl'TIsT. ItEV. A. DeF. 1'ai.meh, Pastor. Sundny feorvlccs 10:4.1 ii. in.; 7.00 p. m. Sumlity schonl, 12 .00 111. Praycr.mi'Otliijf, Tlmrsdny, 7 :00 p. m Seats lrco. 3IET1IOI1IST. 1!ev. T. (? Tuo.mio.n, I'ASTon. Sumlny mtvIcos : 10 :4.1 n. m. Tonim l'c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 April 1888

iUutdtclinvit 2& Yol. Lm. MrDDJjEBIJRY, VERMONT, APRIL 13, 1888. No. 15. XITibMcbury Hccjister. PUBLI8HED BY THE REGISTER CO., MILI, STREETf MiniHiEIlUltV, - - VEKMOIVT. Entertd at the Middlebury 1'ostofflce nj Second Ctasa Mnlter. E. H. THORP, Editor and Managor. TKKJIS : Ono Ycnr, S1.B0 Slx Moutln .73 Four iIoulh 50 Threo JIontlH .40 Advcrtising Hntcs 011 nppllcntlon. Jon PmxTixo of cvery vnricty nt tho lowest prlces consistont with good work aml qunllty ol stock. FRIDAY, AIRIL 13, 1SSS. An ADSURD POSITION. The attcmpts of outsiilo papers, llkc the New York Tiincs and Roston Journ.il, to niake it appcar that tlic rccent State con ycntion at Burlington was a Blaino love-feast arc exoeedingly funuy to tlioso who know the faets. Tho Boston .Tour nal admlres Mr. Blainc and wishes to liavc it appear that evcry ono clsc ilocs; while the Times hatcs hlm aml wants to proye, to its own satisfaction at least, that Mr. Ulaine is in the flelil notwith standing hls letter of wltlulrawal. U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 April 1888

MIDDLEBURY REGISTER APRIL 13, 1888. Yol. L1II. JOHNSON'S Cureu Dlphtherla, Crolip, Aathma, DronchltU, Neuralgla, Fneumonla, Rheumatlam, Dleedlnff at tba Xiungs, Hoaraeneaa, lnfiuenza,Hacklno;Cou8h,WhooptnB; Oough,Catarrh, Cholera Morbus, Dyaen tery, Obronlo Dl m .g- contafolnff Infor nrrhcen, Kldnoy H k m K HHuiatlon very Troublea, nnd I I I I Ev- Bplnal Dlaeases. WM Hk I erybody should We wlll aond freo. I I MwM Si hnTe bla book, poatpald, to nll I I I I W IVfl ond ttloI wtao who their I I I I send ror lt wlll namea, an Illuv M 1 HpB ever after tbank trated Pamphlet V their lucky atara. AU who buy or ordor dlroct from us, and requeat lt, ahall recelve a certlflcate that tbo money ahall be rofunded lf not abundantty aatlafled. Retatl price. 35 cta.; 0 bottlea, $3.00, Expreas prepald to ony part of tbe Unlted Statea or Oanada. I. 8. JOHNSON tt CO., F, O. Doz 2118, Boaton, Masa. THE MOST WONDERFUL FAMILT REMEDY EVER KNOWN. Farm for Sale THE Farm in tho southeast part of tho town of Sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 April 1888

No. 15.J MIDDLEBURY REGlSTER, APRIL 13, 1888. 3 JACOB SIIARFS IIOMELIFE. THE ROMANCE WHICH DEGAN IN A LOG CADIN. A ffomnn'i Swrct Dovotlon to ner IIus bnnd Which Xover Wnvorcil from tho IJnys of l'overty ThroUEh llio Tlme of Afllucnco nnd ou to tlio Illttcr Enrt. Jacob Slmrp, tho strcot rallway mngnatc, died at homo in his bed, watched nnd carod for by his fnlthful wifo, nnd not in prison wntchod by koejxrs nnd tendod by nurses in tho stato's cmploy. Tlio dcvotion of Mrs. Shnrp to hcr husband was somothing quito touching nnd sweet, nnd their domostic llfe, If wo niny bcllevo thoso who know tho fatnily well, was a truo homo romnuco. JACOB BIIAnp'S LOO CADIN. Tho followlng rocitnl of thnt romnnco, sent from New York by a specinl corrcspondent of thls pnper, will uot bo uninterestiug nt this timo: "A tlny )g cnbin with ono room was Jacob Shnrp's flrst homo, nnd this ho howed nnd built with his own hands from logs cut from tho virgin forest on his fnrm on what is now a part of tho city ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 April 1888

13. h&sf MIDDLEBURY REGISTEK APRIL Voii. liii. First Week in April. Spring has comc, or at least should bc here by this time. " A weather l'rophct who prcdicted tliat thc winter would be warni and opcn was found frozcn to death last week in New York Statc." With sucli an example beforc us we have no ambition to shinc as a TVeather prophct j wo will try, howcvcr, to attcnd strictly to our own business in thc Dry Goods line. Should warm weather arrive we are ready for it should the blizzard comc April 7th as predicted, we advfee peoplc to buy their spring dresscs now and havc thcm rcady whcn thc genial sunshinc does comc. We propose to make this a mcmorable week in Dry Goods circles, in fact every week and cvery day, sincc our spring opening, has been a busy one, salcs exceeding our cxpectations or any fonner year. We knew we had the largest, finest and most complcte stock of Dry Goods cver shown by us. This we know positively, but it is one thing to know yourself and another to c...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 April 1888

o. 15.1 MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, APRIL 13, 1888. I'lio Stato normal school at Tcrro ... -r . . 1 ii rn i . . wna nn rnnn rn riin irrniiii i nuny nignt. xno utiuiiuig cost usu, il 1 ii Arthur's cablnet.died last wcek ln i nnnminn nr n ivitniov nisp.iso. nr. rnn 0 01 ili. y biirncd nt Wilkcsbarrc, !'., Frlday, d tho ulll ctton madc the liusband nnd hcr lusanc. V lnu'ilni inntTiitliin Lnlmi rvlnrv fn fl,n tna powdcr works cxploded tlio othcr irningat Millcr Station, liul. inreo n wprn utllnil. iiiero Is an epiuctnic of incaucs in tnc abaslt yalley, aiul in Urnwiorusviiic, d., thorc wcrc ovcr S00 cascs of tlie r U. Ocmson, 81, son-ln-iaw oi doiin Calhoun. dled Saturdav nt Fort Illll. I . Mr. Clcmson was onee cnarge ifraircs at Ilrusscls, anil lor tnc past l.i ars had livcd thc lifc of a licnnlt. liie crowti attacucii a imrimgton car C'hicago Jlonday evcnlng run by non lon incii. nnd ono of tlio ercw drcw a . i j-. . 1 1 i i .... . t ,... nllntife nlnl cnHdll o I ,f nlintllill' 1'lie new dam...

Publication Title: Middlebury Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Middlebury register. — 13 April 1888

G MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, APRIL 13, 1888. Vol. L1I f?ovse Dcpartmcnt. PROSPECTUS. TIio Increnslng prospcrlty ol tho llK0lSTF.it ls gTntltjing to lts owncrs i but lts clrculntlon len't n tonth piut ol wlint wo lntend It shnll bo. Tlio Hr.uiSTKit ls tho hlghcst nuthortty lu tUo world on tliu truo lilstory nml ricdlgrco ol tho Amcrlcan voad horso. As such,tt ilcsorvcs nnd mtist gct tho very wldest circuliitlon. Its llorso Dennrtmcnt ls worth lnnny tlincs lts subscrlptlon prlcu vnlunblc, lnstincuvc, uutcrtiilnlng. Froin all ovcr tho couiitry wo linvo nn lmnicnso ninount of orlglnnl niattcr comlng ln lor thls dcpnrtmont; nnd wo ox. pcct to bo nblo to glvo soon tho hItory and pcdlgrco oi tho lollowlng iainous hors ha liltherto uiiknown: Old l'llot, St. I.nw rcnce, Columbiis, dntn ol KoynlUcoi-Rc, North Ainerlcnnorlliillock Horso; Lndy Surrey.dntn ot Honry Clny; Tom Tliiimb, g. s. ol Urcon's Bnshiiw; Leoiildns, rcputud g. s. ol lllggnrt's Itnttlcr, and nmny others. Thls ls liro-enilnently tho...

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