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MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, S13PTEM13EK 3, 1880.
the" register co.,
MinMjlHU'llY, - - VKltMtlXT.
Entered at tlie Middlebury Vostnfice ai SecomU
E. H. THOBP, Editor and Managor.
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Advortlslii! Kntcs on nppllcntlon.
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lor, unless nottcu lsfilvoiint the tiinc of sub
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eontlmiod to responslblo pcrsoiiH 1 111 they re.
qnost its dlseontinuunee iiinl pny np nll ar.
lenram'i. Thls eenu the bct plun, nnd wlU
1)C ndhored to ln tlie conduct of thls pnpor
Joli l'lllNTtNd of every vnriety iit the lowo-t
prlces oonsisteut wlth good work iiml qu
F1MDAY, SKl'TKMHER :t, 18S0.
Republioan State Ticket.
Klli:XK7.i:it .1. OllMMIEK ot llrnnilon.
I. HVI K. FL'I.LEIt ofllnittleljoro.
WM. 11. DfllOIS nl Itainlolph.
I'nr Sfcntarg of State:
C1IAI!I.1 W. l'011Ti:it ol Montpelier.
For Anditor of Accmmtt:
K. lli:XKY POWKI.L ot lilchfora.
For Member of Congrcn:
IIOX. JOIIX W. TKWA1!T of Middlebury.
Addison County Nominations-
Iinuvsirs W. XII ofXew llnven,
Al.liKKT K. MVMXV ot Leicester.
For tiiKiftant Judyts:
Wm, .-. Wltloiir of Waltham,
Mvno.v I'l.Arrot shoreham.
I'nr Stati's Attnrniy.
. ii M. Wii.iis ot Middlebury.
1 Ii iu a i;t) (. i. viik of Lincoln.
I'or High liailitf:
II. II. llii'l.i.v ot Klpton.
I'or JmhcM of I'robate:
Lvm.vs Y: Knai'I' for Addison Dltrk-t.
.loll.v I. Mllll for Xew Ilaveli District.
iu:xiiy. m. m:i:lv.
W. I.. I'KAliL.
L. W. WY.MAX.
For Srcretftry of State.
(,. I.. fTOUY.
For Aintitar of Accoiintt,
LKVl . I.KWIS.
lt. T. lmt-TOI., O. 1'. Mt:.vt.
For Ass'ntant Jndgti.
.1. C. bMIIll.UM), T. ME.vnint.
For I'robate Jndge, Addison Disirict,
.1. K. CHANK.
For Statt'n Attornty,
HKNllV S. KooTE.
CritL'b A. ISL'MP.
For High lluliff.
Democratio State Ticket.
STEl'IIEX C. SHL'KTLKFK of Montpelier.
I'ATHICK M. MKI.DON ot Itutlanil.
TIIOMAS II. CHUltn of Thetford.
For Stcrttary of State,
W. W. ItlDKU of HrMol.
For Anditor of Aecounix,
.1. A. WILDKK ot Windsor.
I'ATUICK O'X'EII, ol llrlstol, .
.1. E. l'AKKKK ot WhltlllK.
For AMibtant Jmlgea,
IIectou (iAt.E ot Addison,
llExitv Xiciioi-s olllrldport.
For State' Attorneg,
Jah. E. .STAri.BTO.v o( Middlebury.
Ilr.Niiv (i. Hatiiohn ot New Hnven.
For High llailijf.
G'HAiiLES K. (iEE of Ripton.
For Judge of I'robate, Addison District,
Ij. hlL. Wiiiiilir ot Weybridge,
A1.THOLTGH the iirintlug of boltcrs'
tickcts, likc tlie rcgular IScpublli'an
tlcUets except tliat the name of Mr.
Stevcns is substittitcd for that of Jlr.
Nash, has been strenuously dcnlcd,
if any onc itoubts it we can show them a
gpeelinen at thls ofllcc. It 1s onc of a
lot Btfiit by a Vergenues Democrat to a
Hristol Democrat. The latter, In comnioii
wlth the most of his p.irty hereabouts,
doenti't llke fuch iiroceedlngs, and re
fused to dlstrlbutc the ballots as he had
been reqncttrtl to do.
Don't be Fooled.
We prlnt clsewhero the full Itepubll
can, Detuocratlc aiul Prohibition State
aud county tickcts for the guldance of
voters. 'Whatevcr ticket you vote, see
that it correspomls wlth these. Look out
for8ilit tickets. They wlll be circu
lateu, and, if you areu't carcful, you wlll
vote for a wrong nian.
'lVikc partlcular jiains about the naines
of Senators, atul eee thnt you don't oaft
a ballot for Mr. Stevens by mlstakc.
The Main QUE8TI0N.
The chlef (luestloli that ouf;ht to be
asked of thosc who seek to rcjircscut
thulr puveral towns ln the next fjeneral
aecmbly 1, whether they iiropose hcar
tily to work for the re-eleetlon of Hon.
CJeorjto I'. Kiliimiid lo the Unllcd States
Scnate. Thls u 111 be the maln issuu at
the I'oiuliig selon.
We have not coii-iidered lt nccdful dur
lnj; the pat few inonths to take up und
refute every one of tlicmitiierouscliurgcs
broiitilit :i:iiiist the Senator by the or
f;aiia woiklni; aifalnst hhu. He has been
so l.on and io proinlneitly beforc the
peojile of the State and nation that thuy
know and nppreplutu hhn, and will bc
low to bpllcve him tmworthy their con
tiiiued Ptipport. The people of thls coun
ty and State ate toosensible totakestoek
ln charge lirought purcly frotu personal
tnotlve. Two year ago the niajority of
the voters of the county had faltheiiough
iu .Senator Edinunds' Integrlty to be
lieve that the couie he took was the ou
lj one he could honcPtly sidopt. The
fott ,'1w, trnn .1 tc tri'it f lnil ttmti lt.it'n lioftti
diguted wlth tlie bittcr warfare waj;eu
by the opposition through the suinnier,
and new lt 1s hard to llnd hereabout.s an
out-aud-out antl-Kdniuuds tnan. llence
we do not thlnk Addison county will :-cnd
a single antl-Ediiiunds repiesentatlve to
Montpelier tlils full. His frleutU greatly
out-iiuinlerhiseiien)ie.,and if thelornier
wlll exercie ordinary caiition tlie out
coinc will be right. J!ut they tliould not.
forget that agents of the oppoition are
working, and act acconlingly.
The Vergennes Vennonterof Iat weck
coiieludcs a swroping denial of any liolt
ing ticket lieing printed wlth thi state
A?egoto ptcss we learn tliat tlie
boanl of civil autliority of Monkton liai
deuidedthatC.il. Sinitli (who was ad
niitted to the county convention a a del
egale, or Mibstltute. and votod for Xa-li)
is not a voter. What clVect will tliis
liave upon Mr. X.t-Ii.
T)ii N an ab-uid ioitlon, to whlch
there are two very obviou aud ontirely
sulllcient answcr.s :
l'ir-t It i not neceary that a dele
gate to a convention sliouid be a voter.
Monkton nilgbt have fent a niinor nr u
miiikiii, aud eitlier would have been a
proper delegate if it had been Jhown that
the caueus was iluly warned and falrly
comluctcd. Tlie town was entitled to
eigltt vote., and it wa none of the con
vention's btii5ines wlioin tlie l!eiul)li
cans of the town dplegated to cat tbe-e
Second Granting for the take of ar-
guiiieut that Mr. Sniith was not a duly-
qualitied delegate, and throwing out his
vote, Mr. Xash still had the J'2 votes nec-
esiary to a choice. He had 11.1 with Mr.
Sinitli and only were re(iuired for a
choice. The ballot was as follows :
Wholu niuuber Jt-.'l
Ni"cenrv for ehoice M
Mr. NH'ih lind m
Mr. Mcrennhad 7
Mr. Allcn h:id 11
Mr. Mnnloy hud 1
If the Verinonter had taken pain to
pcrform a siinplc problein in urithtnetle
the result would have shown tliat Mr.
Xash had tl.'l votes, w hile Mesrs. .Stev
eus and Allen togetlier had 811, giving
Mr. Xash four moro than both the oth
ers. Subtract from the total vote of Mr.
Xash Mr. Smith's vote, and Mr. Xash
still has a niajority of two over all his
The decislon of the board of civil au
tliority will have aud can have no ell'ect
whatever so far as Mr. Xash is concern
ed; and people wlioaredisposed to abide
by decisions of the party expre'.sed
through its regular organizations can
have no valid reason for boltiiigthenotn
iuation of Mr. Xali.
Mr. Stewart's Record.
The IJoston Jourual's Washington cor
respondent is engaged ln writlng tip the
dolngs of Xew Knglaud congressmcn
during the sesslon just closed. llere Is
what is said of Hon. Jolm W. .Stewart's
Jlr. .Stewart's worK during tlie session
was chielly conllned to the iudiciary
couiinlttee rooni, where, wlth Mr. Tuek
er of Vlrginia as a Rub-coinniittee, he
inade u careful and very exhaustlve study
of the Mo. .iioti problein, the result o'f
whlch was embraced in thejolnt rcsolu
tion rcported froni the coniuilttce, ainen
datory of the constltution of the Unlt-d
Stiitcs,deflnlng polygamy and prohlbltiug
it iu tlie Stntes aml conferrliig jiower
upon Cong.ess and the Unltcd tjtatea
courtg to enforce the prohibition. This
rejiort contains an eluborate suiuiuary of
the leglslatiou, hlstory and literature of
the Morinou qucstlou. Tho result of the
work of the sub-commlttce is further
seen In u blll whlch waf, reportcd, amen
datory of the Senatc blll of whlch Mr.
Edinunds was the author. The House
blll Is much inore radical,and isprobably
iniicli morc cllective iu its provUious than
any blll hltherto presented to Cougress.
It inects tlie heartyand unqualilled ap
proval of every intelligent gcntllc in
Utah, and is bclleved by them, wlthout
exceptlou, so far as the couitultteo was
advlsed, to be the best blll yet devlsed.
Mr. Stewart was also a luember of the
Curtin comiuittce on htbor, whlch ln
vestlgated the great Southwestem rall
road strike. Mr. Stevart's report as a
nieinbcr of tliat coimulttec Is not inade
public, for the reason tliat Oov. Curtin,
lor purpocs of his own, dld not )crnilt
the coiuiuittec to inake a report, aud ha
secured leave for lt to sit during the re
ces and to enter upon a rovlng invctlga
tion. It i gencrally understood that Mr.
Cuitiii's purpo'-e in thl wa to keep the
"iibjeut an open one, ln order that the
iJei'nocrats inlght secure any possible
polltieal capital that inlght bc derived
from lt during tlie cainpalgii, aml that
Mr. Curtin inlght hiinself Ini'ldentally
proniote his own chanecs as a canilldale
for governor of Peniisylvania. Itishint
ed thnt, at the proper time, thls couiuiit
tee will bc eonvened to meet at suitable
places for thls purpoe ln I'enii'sylvaiila.
The ostenslbtu reason of Gov. Ciirtin for
the failure to inake this repoi't wa tlie
eoiiunittee's iliability to exainlne Vice
l'reldent Hoxle of the MIsouii 1'aclllc
railroad. who, on aecouiit of sevcre 111
iws, was not uble to nnwcr a subpnna.
All the evidenee as to the railroad's ad
inlnltrution, liowever, was fttlly tlNelo
ed upon cxainiuntiou of the diviaion
siiperintcndents nnd the fact wa eStah
lislied on evitlence that the strike wus
wholly wlthout eAuuse or justllicatiou.
Xo report was possible wlileh dld not
rellcct severolj- upon the Knights of I.a
lior, whoc leaders theinclves, upon the
.sland, subsequently adinitteil that tlie
"trike wa undertak'eu wltliout just cjiuse.
If Mr. .Stewart had inade a report he tiu
doubtedly would have stated tliat
the strike was without oxeue, and
that. the .suhseijucnt actloii of tlie
strikcrs was n contiuued series of out
rages upon the rights of persons aiul
projierty, and greatly to thedetrinient, of
the interets of theiieople of balf a doen
State. It is not iiuprobablc tliat, ln
view of tliee clrcuiustances, tlie fear of
giving ollence to an organl.ation whlch
has liecoine a large polltieal factor iu
niany ection, where niany of the coin
inittee reside, wa another reason wliy
tlie chairiiian and Deuiocratic nieiubers
of the coinnilttee deire to prevciit a re
port and to keep the iuvestigation open.
.Mr. .Stewart va a niember of the sub
coinmiltee. coiHisting besides liiiuoelf of
(iov. Curtin and Mr. Iturnes of MNourl,
whlch took some of the inoJt iniportant
teatiinony. It will be seen from a peru
al of this' teMliuony that tlie exainination
of witiies-es by Mr. Stewart wa deigncd
to biingoiit tlie true hUtory of the move
inent aud that. iu tlii- ell'oit, he wa en
tirely suceettil, as the leading newspa
per'lu the Vet adinitted at the time.
Mr. Mewart alway votcd on the riglit
ide of public nuc-Uion iu tlie Ilou-e,
and never wated tlie public time by bun
couibe -peeclH'. or im'iimbercd the Itec
ord wlth spceehe printed upon leave,
at the expcn-e of the public trea-ury.
.Mr. Stewart jirepared peeehes, whlch
there :b no opportunity to delher,iipon
the MoriiHi'i quetioii. the interstate
coiiiinei'cc! biii and tlie labor and Chinee
Charleston and Cohiinbia, S. ('., aud
Savaimah and Augu-ta. (ia., have been
vNited by a greal calamity thU week in
tlie sliape of an earthquakt! which began
Tuesday night and contiuued till Wedne
day, thoiigh tho greatest shouk were
those ol Tuesday night. I)ipatchc ay
that Charleston, S. C., is iu riiins. Tlie
damage will reach oer ,0(10,011(1, tho
dead nuinber over 0 persou", chielly
colored, aud the wouuded niany hiindieiK.
The city is a vompletu wreck. St.
Michael's and St. l'hilip's churches, two
of the historlc churches Iu the city,
are in ruln. So I Iliberiiian hall. Tlie
police station and tnaiij' other public
biiildings and ftilly two-thinK of tlie
residences iu tlie city are unluhabltable.
Tho strcets are lilled with niascs of fall
en brlcks and timber.s and choked with
prostratc telcgrapli and telephone wires.
.Summerville, a small city '2-1 niilcs
from Charleston, was nearly destroyed
Tuesday night. The business part of
the town is iu ruin. Many people are
reportcd as kllled by the falllng walls.
The lirst two shocks at Coluuibia, S.
C, werc fearlul. lluildings rose and
fell llke boats on the waves of the oceuu
and swayed to and fro. People rtishcd
inadly from their liouses into the strcets.
Some leajied from the windows and wcre
Iiijured. Many of the most substantial
buildliigs were shaken to their foiinda
tions, and the walls cracked and sprung.
All through the South from Virginia to
MUslssippi tlie quakings ot the carth
cau-ed panirs among the people and dld
ilamage to bulldlugs. The wildest scene
prevailed about the Itichnioiid (Va.) pri
on where the convlcts iu the general
lright were let into tlie prion-yanl.
Fears of an uprishig among them lol
lowed and the niilitary of the city were
suinmoned aud 10,000 excltcd people sui
rouuded the walls. The shriek.s of tlie
prisoncrs were hcard for half a nillc. Two
of them managed to getoutside, but were
llred at by the soldiers and caught.
Ahuost a panlo fidlowed the llr-t
shocks at llaleigh, X. C. Suvcral of the
larger buildliigs wcre conslderably dam
aged by the rocking and the strcets wero
lilled with exeited people. Few people
iu the towu slcpt that night.
Thrce successive shocks violently rocked
Atlauta, Ga., throwing dowu clilmneys
and shattering windows. Tho electiic
flre alarms were disturbed and all the
euglnes in the city rushed through the
crowded strcets iu response to the calls.
The scene ln the negro quartcrs was es
pecially welrd. The colored people tol 1
upon tlielr kuees and wept and pleaded
for meruy. Tho preachers went aiuoeg
them dcclarlug that tho day was at haud
when nieu must repent of their slns. ln
soveral cases they organized lo easts
and sang and danced, dcclariiifi m.it tln
At Bread Loaf Inn.
tFrom tho Hofcton Tratiscrlpt.J
Abovo tho woodj smnmtts of these hllU,
Whoic wnvy oiitllnns glrd nnd wnll nrotind
Tho "enp-llko liollow" where Is Itread I.oaf
(A iilenknnt plnoe to pn vncatlou time),
A Hllcnee broods the saltry snmlncrday;
That sooinM llko a periietiml repoe.
The clotiiN that hanif abovo u ln the vault
Ol heaVeli aronnehoiiul,nnd tholrshailowslio
riuiiovlnjj pntclici on the forut trev.
A Mitoky Irnzo to llTOad I.onf Motintafii
Ilronil-iihoiilderitd nread T.oaf, with his Barli
Along thls wlndlm il(and on tlie sIojiuh
Tlie (jiuvej-iird 1 beyoiHtbebjook beloVj
The Biubids ilpeJiiiiKln tho tortlle rtelds .'7
Hencntli tnj- wlndov.;p:lst tllCTtpliljleei.i' ,,
l hear tho rnttllni? noise tho mower iimkoi
WJio eut.s the dalsiedifmss with his muehlno,;
I heur lilin callliiK to his hot '.es now,
Thtit liult and hturt obeillent to his vuice,
I.lko luuuali.kind. Iliearthe prattlv, too,.
oteblMren wlth tjielr hm-ses on the wnik
Ttils boitclry Is ehildien'M pniiullso.
The lounsern on tho binad verandas read
Apart.or slt ln Kroups to that or i-cw,
Or doze, or smoke, aivl all wlthout u cure. . .
Ilehlnd the vine that wiieen them Iroui tjiif.
Him. . .
A Kentld breezc. ts stli'rlng ln tlie lenven;
It lcels Its wny, llke lliiKers ol the blind,
And HildH und 1am Iny fnce; I kndiV nbt
It eoiiies,,m)r whither Koes; I hardly know
The north or .south, the eu-t or west, nor caro
To know; I senreely liold in inlnd mj'iiamc.
Jly lnlnd is cnipty us a sea-searehed sholl
Tliat aks nut lor auolher oceiipant.
To me thls is a tlrenmy lotus liiud,
A laiul ot peaco aud Hweet fiiv,tfulnesl
A land whosesmnnier is nn alti'ruoon,
A land wheie i-liiffs tu. Imppy orlol,.,
A laiul whosn Miimiucr nlht are nlwayseoo,
A laiul ot slmwers and pci petual meen,
A laiul to nie wlthout a l(?b or enru.
lleyond tho suinmer houe, In the ravlnc,
The bi ook runs on, bridt.'cd only by the ti unks
(II liillen tives, where patlent anlei-s love
Wlth sklltul hand toeast aml east the fly,
And snateh the sblnlii!; troutlets Iroin the
Wheie j onths and niaiilens strrdl, and ehll
Where yoniiK aml old aud nilddle-aned resnrt
To whlle away tlie Imur, brldlit, siinimer
And oti, if eaitli liolds an i:iyium,
It is not in Mime ea-tei n paluee urand,
With .s.ieird Kioes und aneieut nieinoiies,
Witli foiintains playliiK in u peitunied alr,
With -oiiks ol luil.biil aml ofnlKhtlni.'ab',
Where All and nature muke a pamdlse,
Where btiites nie delled, but men aie slave,
Aml (iod Is not in all Ihe riiiwol tliouabt;
Tis heie, where every nian wus born u kinj;,
Where cuinniei's heat to day is on the hills.
Ilut wintcr's blusts wlll purily the alr,
And trouble's trluN pnrlly the snnl,
Aml 1111111 with Xatme clhnli the to
Kinvvim X. I'omekov .
llicnd I.oaf Inn, Klpton, Vt.
Mr. O'Neill Resion8.
The following letlcr has been handed
ii- for publicatiou :
To A. T. STAi'i.urox, Ks(,i.,
(.'bniriimii Dein. Co. Commiltee:
Ovving to pre-sing busines-, and thank
ful lor tlie honor conferred, I am obligcd
to decline the nomiuatlou of Senator for
the northern jirobate district ol Addison
Iliistol, Vt., Scpt. 1, lSSii.
It has been rumored lorseveral vveeks
that it was the. plan of Jlr. Stevens'
Iriends who seeni to be of both partios
aml largely Democrats to have Mr.
O'N'eill resign aud put Mr. Stevens name
on the Deuiocratic ticket. What the
Denuicrats expect to inake out of lt isn't
clcar. Thoc ot the party Iu thls end of
the county do not take kindly to the
schenie, whlch was apparently gotten
up by Vergennes Democrat, some of
whoin wcre aetive workers for Mr. Ste
vens belore the I'epublicaii convention.
Col. A, S, Traov for Representative
Editor JlryMrf : Periuit me through
the voliuiiii- ol your jiajMM'to express the
IMclereiu'e.s of many Itepiiblicaii-on the
ijiic-tloii of tow u icpii seiit.ilive. Whlch
ol the two promineiit ia i n liila t c- ought
lo icieivc the ollKe? Col. 'I'r.ity :i vvell
a-Col. Knapp vva a di-tiiigiii-lied "ol
dicr in the latc vv.ir , and, a they were
unitod then in tlghiinga connnmi cneiny,
itiicly in tlie'lcs.s dangoioii' lleld of piili-tic!-thuie
ouglit not to e.i-t any flvilr
( ol. Knapp has b,vn honored, and
will be at the viuiiiiig clection, with tlie
olllce of judge ol probate, the be-t ollicc
llnaiieially of .iny iu the coiiidy (bariing
poMbly the ollk'C of sheilin,and this
fact had niuch to do with giving the ol
tice of town clerk lo the pru.-eul woithy
iutumbeiit last pilng. The people dc
iiKind lairuc.s- iu the di.stribution of f
liccs. lt Is not right, to givo tJiuin all to
one nian, but to pas them around il
otlicr porson cuu be foitnd qualillcd to
them. Col. Kn.ipp makes a verj ac-
'1 lable udge of probate and he has be
conie such by closc attention to lu du
ties. It N an (dllce that requires the con
sinnt attention of the judge. Xow, if
glvet' the ollice ot towu rcprescntt'ilve,
would he not be loaded down, aud would
not tho interest of many snflerV If ho
would rodgu the olllce of judgo thero
would he (lill'crent fei )'i ihe
coulrary, i Tracy d"es not liold oill
. ,Ile ii uiuinyi mbtnwAl.svlth jany olll
t fl'uty that would clfeit the Intorests.
! .tuy vviio he u'ieii lo rejire:ent ihe
wu e hu- ii' !' "If fo; . llme.
Again, he is a strong supporter of Hon.
Gco. F. Kthntiiids, a trtie-bltie ltepubll
can, who has on every occaslon workcd
hard for the success of, the ticket, both
State and national ; Aw'as a Ulahie llepub
licau in tlie oampalgn'of l$8-i, when nia
ny fo;-4ook,tho ,old party llag ;','and went
aftcr fetrange''god8."t),:Hc Ujit.'grJnd tyjie
of tho Amcrican soldier, a scarred veter
au, a friend of every old couirade, and a
iiujH wtll ' lijfcuiiied joft ev');ry ijitdstion
vital to the State and nation. Can we
do hetter thiin lo give lil'irr our uulted
support next. 'J'uef day ?; ..
Middlebury, Vt., Aug. :i0, 1SMI.
lt is cstiniatcd that 18,000 people at
tend the Xew England fair at Ilangor,
Me., Wednesday aflcrnoon.
OF ni'KMXiTKV, VT,
Oliern advantaires ot thoroiigU liistrtietiou
iiml t'very tuolllty lor nrqulrlnK a praetleal
lluslneKi Edueatloii seeond to no other simi.
lar Instltutlon, and on terins,,nitu'li below
those of any otlicr llrst-clnss Bunliiess ColleKe
us niny be neen by a coinparlion with our
rates of tultlon :
4'nmmerrlnl 'ournr, :t Mnntht, S'J.t
J'huiioernplilc C'nurar, :i Munths, ": 25
KiirIIhIi t'ourac, II .tlonths, la
The ColleKe ls open duilv, trora 8 a. m. to 5
p. in. aud ftroni Octoberlst to April lt) from
, to II p. iu., for both sexon, who,receive IXDI.
VIDfAL IXsTItUCTIOX in all branchco. Day
Miideutri adinitted to eveniiiK scssions FJtEE.
.send for our new elicular t.
3.!:.'im i:. (i. j;VAXSPrlncliml.
uuu m m
Tlie Mo-t sUt.c,.stiil l'KKI'AHEH FOOI)
FOR NBW-BORN INFANTS.
It may be u-ed with eonlhleneo, when tlie
niotlier is iiuuhle tn lmi-e the ehild, as u site
and nuturul sub-tilute for inother'f. tnilk.
Tho BEST FOOD to bo uscd in
conncction with Partial Nursing.
Xo other food aiisvvers so perfeetly in sueh
euses. Iteauxes no lstuibunee of illL'estion
aml will be rellshed by tho ehild.
A Sure PREVENTIVE and CURE
for CHOIiERA INFANTUM.
lty the use of thii. vreiligesttd iliui. t?aslly as.
simllateil Food, fatal re-ultn lu tliis dreiuled
cllseitso can be suiely prevented.
A Porfoct Nutriont for Invalids
in cithcr Chronic or Acute Casos.
Itunilreils of liliy.sielans te-tlfy t6 ItnKreat
vahip. It will be retalned wlien fven linie
water and inllk l releeted by tlio stomaeh.
lu djnpeptia, aml in all wastluK dlseses it bns
proved the uio-t nutritious aml palatnble, and
itt tlie same time tho imi-t econoniical of
Foods. For an intant may be inade
150 Meals for $1.00.
Spld by DrugKlsts 25c, .Mic, ?1.00.
S-A valniiblc pamplilct entitled "Medlcal
Opliilons on the Xutrition of Iiifanu aml In
viillds," sent free on nppllcation. 2
Wkli.h, IttcilAHliso.s ,t Co., lJurlington, Vt.
S T O H !E5
Two Vory Doairably iiocatod
Farms, both with splondid' build
lngs, all slato roofs, ouu of 250 acres,
situated near Depot, l'ost Ofllce, Store,
&c, West Salisbury, and fornierly known
as the Messer or Ctitting farm, niostlj
Otter Creck lnterval; buildliigs and
fenees all inade new or repaired as good
as new within lat fouryears. 'ijie other
a small fann of from f)0 to 00 acres,
known as the Emellus Ihunp fann; splen
did iiuii.i)ix;s; these also have been
slated and repaired within tlie last four
years ; one-half niilo from depot, pot
olllce and store, blacksmith shop, etc.
Also a 1'IXE STOliE UUIUJIXG, Wx
."0, opiiste depot, with platform to
side track; rcccntly repaired, wlth slato
roof; a splendid house over store for
tamily to live, with cisteru aud draius,
so do not have to go down stairs for
This property s all for sale upon tho
ino-t liberal tenns aud prices.
Address or call at liome fann by depot
and cc subscrlbcr.
E. G. DYER,
;t.lj West Salisbury, Vt.
The Fall trnn oftliis Instltutlon wlll beln
MOXHAV, .SEI'TKMIIKUT, 1SS0.
l'rinelpal, Miss Vixin Ii. (iuiswoi.n, who
has taunht hiijli bt hoola both iu Vermont and
MussttchuectU aml roines well recommend.
j .IAMKS FOU1IKS. 1
II W.JOXKS. jCoin.
MYltOX 1'l.ATT, )
Mioi J.. Vt., A.i',. I", lSsfl. 31 :3vt
CENTRAL Hl SCHOOL!
Olllcc in Tnppor's Jllock.
Upstnlrs ln Allen lllock.
Ofllco hours irom 0 u. m. till .1 p. in.
g W. JUDD, ' '
Manufacturcr nnd deal'er ln all klnds of
AMEPICAX AXD FOI'KIGX MAl'ULE,
GKAXITE WOlirT, ETC.
Wlth Old Middlebury Marble Co.
llirroN, Vt ,
IX HIS OFFIC'E DAILT
unless cnlled away. Corresponilonce caro.
fully attcndcd to when stainp ls enclosed.
E. MEIiTjEN, D. D. S.,
Offico hours, 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. tn. Ofllca
over Frank A. Fariisworth's ctore,
l.aughmg ga9 adniinlstered.
AMES J. FAY,
Itlnnk Ilook .tlHiiufarliirliif;.
1'aper ruled to order. Illank Ilooks Ite-bound.
" lil'TI.AXU, . VT.
kstmt and kmsk
nriM'DA wv r"E nmimT -r ttiti
(illers lor saie lt Oebentures, secured by Iteal
Kstate Flrst JlortBiises ileposited with Trus
Debentures nre issncil in amounts of even
hundreds for the tenn of llve veai-B, with in.
terest coupons attaehed puyable seiul-annu.
ally, at Fir.st X'atloinil Itank, Orw ell, Vt or
remltted to tlie liolder bv draft, wltliout
Capital, iiaiil up 1.Vi,ikX
Additional responslbility of stock.
Total Uuarantee Fund 300,000
llefore lnvestlnt; el-ewhcie, writo forConi.
pany'n circular explHlnint; sccurlties and
uictliods ol buslncr..
C. IZ. HUS1I, Trenaurer.
FOR SALE !
Tlio Karni known a the llayward fann,
oeeuiiled by tlie lato C. X'. llayward in hl8 llfo.
time, situated in tlie north-cast jm rt of Ilriil.
port, Addison County, Vt., eontainiiiK about
1IO nerm of exeellent liind. Adapted to
riilsiiiK luiy nnd Kiain or to stock raislnfr.
J I its a trood wood lot und a (,'reat variety of
elioiee fruit. Good liiilldliiL's nnd aa beautlful
a loeation as tho county all'ords. Titlo per.
feet and io-se?ion iriven Oetober 1. 1SS.
For particuhirn and tenns apply to
j. j. cit.vrvi:, iiiiiiport, vt.,
J. II. I-rCIA, .Mnutpellrr, Vt.
June 1.1, 100. 35-tf
SMITH & ALLEN
Keep on hand, or furnish on bhort notice, all
(Embraclnff, wlth the old vanctles.thc new and
ATnils, Doors, .Sash, Itlind.s,
nOSEXDAI.E I'OrtTLAXD CEMENT,
III.ACK AND WHITE LIME.
In nddition to other inaterial previously
kept we liavo just recelved acar load of choico
Canudu lleartyprnce MiincleH, (lslnch) vrhieh
we wlll iell at very low ftgures.
Ofllce and mlll flrnt door on Mlll Stroet.
B. F. HASKELL'S
LARGE SALES OF
lio kccps tho nssortmont good, hav
ing just recoivod a frosh stock, ma
king tho bcst asBortment in tho
TWO MORE EXPRESS WAGONS
Also threo custom-mndo Concords,
at much less than regular prices
below cost of manufacture.
West Cornwall, Vt.