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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUIiY 23, 1883.
Ycrmont Stnto Nows.
A lynx haa rocently been soen ln Greensboro.
Lyndonville has just purchasod a flre en
glno. TnKHE la a school In Waterville havlng only
Tiib Hennlngton artealan woll has boeu aunk
to the depth ot 830 feot.
The Bennington Kntttlng Coinpany liavo
Btatted thelr wotk agaln.
The Rtformer wnnts tho Brattleboro band
tnado tbe reglmontal band.
The oarnlngs of tho Woodstock rallroad do
not turn out well thls year.
The post ofllco nt liast Hardwick has recently
been tnado a money order olllco.
The Free Press assoclatlon ls to Issuo a dl
rectory of Burlington nnd Winooski.
About twentyfive persons from Wells Rlver
are camplng at Ilalls' pond ln Groton.
The freshman class at Middlebury collego
numbers fourtoen so far, four bolng young
EiaiiT moro Ely mlnerg arrlved last week nt
Sutherland I'alls and have gouo to work ln the
The rassumpslo rallroad cornpany has de
clded tobnllda frelghtdepot at White Illver
IIehueut Holland of Putney had flvo
head of cattlo kllled by llghtnlng durlng a re
TnE Vermont Women's Cbristlan Temper
ance Unlon wlll hold thelr annual conventlon
at West Randolph ln September.
II. N. Thomi-son of the Lake Vlew Ilouse,
Burlington, has bought out hls partner, Bassi
ford, and wlll run tho houso alone.
At Bradford, Joshua Gerry, nlnoty-two years
oia, amuses nirasen uy pitcoing uny, auu is us
llvely, lt ls Bttld, as a boy of twenty.
Ostuit Coddino of Waterville has been
nearly lnsane for two weeka as the effect of
taKlng etnor to nave teetn extraciea.
Orange county jall is unoccupled and has
been slnce the june court, except iwo or mree
days that some of tho Ely miners occupled lt.
A man from Searsburg was arrosted at
Wilmlnrion enrrvlnir home a rako whlch ho
plcked up on the hlghway, and pald S18 for hls
A paiity of Immlcrants oassod through Rnt
lanrl last Thursdav on thelr wav to Texas.
They were moatly Scotch and Irlsh and were
an lnieiugenr, looaing party.
TnK last loc of the bic drlvo of about 70,
OOO.noo nf lumber nassed White Rlver Junctlon
July 10. Only one man has been drowned
tnis season, against tnirteen last year.
A LAitciE number of local business flrms pe.
tltlon the commlssioners of the Brattleboro and
Bennington rallroad to complete fcy their slgna.
tures Urattlehoro's vote to am me roaa.
TnrJiE ls only ono occupant ln the jall at
Guildhall. It is a woman by the naine of
Murnhy. from Concord, lmprlsoned on the
charge of maltreatlng her stei-daughtor.
St. JohnsburV has a ecandal in whlch a
man has eone West to avoid the exposure of
improper proposala made to a nlece. The
partles are so influentlal that tho papers don't
IIarlow Skahs of Richford, who stopped a
special traln on the Mlssisquol road in time to
prevent its Bunning Into a washout, Iihb been
Bubstantially remembered by parties who were
on tne train.
Hon. John V. Carney trald the accidental
lnsurance premiums on S38,000, covering the
chlldren of the Methodlst and Eplscopal Sun-dav-schools
of Bennington, while on thelr
Mail Aqknt CniLDs. of the Boston and St.
Albans run, has ln hls garden at West Kan-
aoipn an appie tree on wnicn are appies turn'
lng red, and ahobuds and blossoms an unus-
ual tning lor tne season.
Expekijients are now being made wlth a
long dlstance telephone between St. Albans
and Montreal. Thus far the lnstrument works
nicely : and lt is probable that a permanent
une wlll soon oo estaDiisnea.
John McXamara. a resldent of Rutland.
was fatally injured by the cara at Centre Rut
land last niuraaay morning. 110 was em
ployed as a sectlon man on tho Delaware and
lludson canal corapany's road.
PnoiiAr.LY the largest pension ever granted
to one llving ln tnis state, nas iist neen lssuea
to uol. J. 11. wniDriaco oi ortn uennmgcon,
The certlficate elves Mr. Walbrldge between
S0,000 and 87,000 arrears, and continues at 30
TiiEcaDer mill cornpany of Bellows Falls
are buliding a reservolr below the Vermont
farm machine buliding near the Connecticut
rlver to save the water of some cold Bprings to
use about the manufacture of their paper. It
ia to be 200 by 100 feet.
TnK leadlng church ln New York clty la mov
ing ln the matter of the transfer of Rev, Merrltt
Hulburd from Bennington to that city. They
ask that the cnange taxe p.ace beptember 1st,
and lt ls understoou tnat tne blsnop nas tne
matter under advlsement.
A. B. Jewett has purchased Bradley Bar-
low s interest ln the land and property of the
Maquam uay lauu cornpany, wnich was one-
fourth. The property consists of seven hun
dred acres lylng on the lake, and consists of the
dockage and slto oi the luture city oi Maquam.
At Colchester, as Guy CaBtle was driving
cows orer a brldge, tbe brldge broko down,
lettlnir three cows and the bov Into the creek
below, Two of tho cows died from their in-
lurles. and the other is badlv hurt. The bov
had one ankle sevcrely injured, and was some-
wnat oruisea oinerwiso.
A Colchester man recently had occasion to
remove a large decayed log, nnder whlch he
found an ancient gun, wlth a small portion of
the Btock attached, a rusty steel tomahawk
and a lot oi oone ueaas. rno gun was evl
dently of the early French manufacture. Tho
lock had the pan thrown open, as though it had
jnst been ttred wnen conceaied under tne log,
A soMEwnAT curious case Is that of a young
man named Burnham, who was lodged ln jail
at Burlington cbarged wlth steallng artlclos
from an expreBs truck. Burnham is dressed ln
the height ot fashion and ls an unusually good
looking young man. Ue had not a cent ot
money, and hls earthly possesslons appear to
be llmlted to a rallroad ticket from Chlcago to
Boston. Ue talka very wildly and it is believcd
that he ls lnsane.
A little five-year-old son of a Lamoille
county physlcian is a regular attendant at
Sabbath-school, and has a faculty ot readlly
comroitting yerses to memory. Every Sunday
he lesraa the golden text and frequently dur
lng the week speaks lt. One 4ay not long
slnce his mother had occasion to punish lilm
for some mlsdeed, and taklng hlra acroas her
knee was about to admlnister maternal reproof
when the little fellow lepeated the text, " Thy
heart ls not right in the sight of God." It Is
needless to add the punlshment, lf inillcted, was
not very severe on that occasion.
The trusteesof the asylum of lnsane at Brat
tleboro have determined upon a plan for Im
proving and enlarglng the chapel bo as to inake
lt adequate for use, not only for rellgious eerv
lces, but also for amunements, dramatlc, and
otberwise, which are every year becomlng
more and more a part of the lndoor llfe of the
Inmates. The plan proposed Involves the rals
lng of the root of tho centcr buliding, the
buliding out ot the dormers or transepts upon
the eldes, wlth entlre rerlnlshlng ot the lnte
rior, togetber wlth the addltlonal stalrcases for
the ingress and egress ot the inmates. Work
will be commenced September 1st, and the
wbole wlll be completed durlng the autumn
In January. 1882. the Ottanuecheo woolen
cornpany of Hartland, brought sult in chan
cery against Danlel II., John C. and Moses
Newton of Holyoke, Mass., to restraln the
latter from buliding a dam across tbe Connect
icut rlrer at Suraner's Falls, ln Hartland, the
orators clalmlug that the constructlon ot the
eald dam would mllltate ln tbe usual way
against the interest of the orators. The blll
was filed January 27, 1882, and the answer by
tbe defendants was (lled August 13, 1882. An
lnjunctlon was granted, On TueBday last, by
order of the court, the taklng of testlmony on
bebalf ot tho defendants was begun befure
npeclal master In chancery at White Rlver
Junctlon, and was closed Saturduy at noon.
The orators took thelr rebuttlng testlmony at
Hartland yesterday, Tho Newtons, it buc
cessful, wlll Invest several hundred thousand
dollars ln the constrnctlon .of pulp mllls at
A crusade has been begun ln BuiTalo against
Canadlan coin. It ls taken at a dlscouut of
twenty per cent.
FoitTY-KimiT of the flfty-two countlos of
Georgia have beon carrled by the advocatos of
Titit nfllrlal nnnonncoment Is made that the
Frcsidont wlll bo prosent at tbe eouthcrn oxpo
sltlon in Louisvllle, August 1.
A suiitEiiitANEAN forest. soven feet below
tho surface of tho ground, hag been dlscovered
ln Chazy, Ullnton county, n. l. oiany oi ino
trces are In an admtrabfo stato of prcservatlon.
The Calro corresnondent of tho Central
Netct says that the actual number of deaths
ln twenty-four hours was nearly 000, and the
ofllclal figures underestlmate the numbor of
Accohdino to the Araorlcan Cyclopajdla, Mr.
Tllden was born In New Lebanon, Columbla
county, N. T on February 0, 1814. Accord
Ingly, he ls now elxty-nlno years and flvo
A Mohmon blshon has recently boen arrosted
for blowlng up two of hls wlves by placlng
dynamlte under thelr bed. The women were
serlously Injured and thero was talk of lynch
lng the blshop.
The telegraph strlke lnterferos Bomewhat
wlth tho sTgnal eervlco. Lleutenant l'owell
pays that the ilgures are eont ln by inexperi
enced hands and are bo mlxed that roliable in-
dlcations cannot be based upon them.
Tiik uoDer floors of the Munro buliding, 17
to 20 Vandewater Btreot, New York, wero gut-
ted by iire Sunday. Tho lloors below were
llooded and every tenant suffered, The loss
was 8300,000. Many thrllllng escapes occurred.
Labt Wedneedav Hanlan won tho four-mlle
elngle scull race wlth Ross on the St. Lawrence
rlver near ugdensuurgu, n. l., oyovernquar
tor of n mlle. Time, twonty-seven mlnutes,
flfty-seven and ono-half seconds, the fastest on
At Rochester, Mlnn., Charlos Flsherman, a
patlent at the Secord boBpltal for the lnsane,
committod suicioe uy jumpmg lnuj n lurnaca
in the boller rooui. After gettlng lnslde ho
Btood wlth his back to tho red-hot brick wall
untll InBenslble, when be lell into the giowing
ArrEit weeks of challenglne. a lurr has
been secured for the trlal of l'olk, Tenno'see's
100,000 state treasurer. It ls a tnodel: not
one of the twelve has ever read a word of the
crlme. and it ls not clear that any one of them
can read. Two are Ignorant of the name of
the parlsh, or county, or dlstrict in which they
A Colouado swlndle Is to buy a lot of
" remnanta " of Texas herds. mostly barren
covnand bonv steers. have them " booked."
compute the IncreaBe by ordlnary rules, and
aiter a wuue seii ine ioi on ine rango, oi course
wltbout countlnEr. It is sald tbat ln thls way
herds of 2,000 havo been sold and pald for as
A Fateksok. N. J., mechanic 1b bnlldlng n
stearalKiat wlth a wooden boller, made of a new
aie cjbk, and satd to be capaDio oi sianoing a
nressuro of 200 rxmnds to the sauare lnch.
IrUti. lnnn t fHnA .... rttli 4lnna nnH
the fire. instead of being under, is on top of it.
a draught being Bupplied by a tube from un-
A man ln Georgia has a front tooth whlch ho
plugged wlth lead wlth his own hands over
tnirtv vears atro. ue useu an awi to ciean out
the cavity, and packed tbe lead In wlth the
Bame lnstrument, aiter oeating it out as tnin as
posslble on an anvil. Tbe tooth is in a good
state of proseivatlon, and ls llkely to last as
long as tne man.
Tm, nonnla .r,n nvn oHaMa
the funeral of the lato Charles S. Stratton, who
became lamous as ueneral lom liiumb. ine
Interest sbown ln the little man after he was
dead was certainly remarkable, and rccalled
the popularity of his career. It demonstrated
in a Btrlklng manner on what curious qualltles
popularity is sometimes uaseo.
John Boyle O'Reilly of the Boston Pilot
and a young Cuban who started recently from
the head oi the Uonnocucut rlver to naddie a
canoeto the Sound, got capsized among the
logs, but escaped wlth thelr luggage, though
losing thelr paddles. They took the cars to
.brattleboro wnere they again put ln tueir ca-
noe and proceeded down tne rlver.
Duiscque. Ia.. and vlclnlty was ylsltod. Frl,
dayfbytbe most destructlve wind and rain
storm oi tne season. i rees were nprooted and
many barna and fences demollshed. Tralns
were delayed by washouts and the tolegraph
llnes suffered conslderably. The greatest
damage was done to the grain, however, and
the thouBands oi acres were beaten llat.
A lakqk clerlcal force ln the eixth auditor's
otllce has been emnloved on snecial work. It
ls understood tbat lt relates to aileged fraudu-
lent payments made to twenty-seven star route
contractors, nggregatlng 1,000,000. Tlie de-
partment of justtce only awalts documentary
evmence on wuicii to oase civii suits, to uring
prosecutlons against tbe Dorseys, tho Patrlcks,
tbe Sallsburys, the I'arkers, Bruceand others.
Tnis three Swedes who were recently ar
restcd at Suucook, N. II., for debt nnd applled
to the Swedish minlster for assistance, have
been releaeed, though on what ground ls not
stated. One returned to his work and tho
other two ran away. The treatment received
bythe Immlgrants from thelr employers and
the cltizens was honorable and kindly, but
much the larger part of them have proved in
dolent and unrellable.
A rosTMASTEit ln Pennsylvanla lost some
Btamps and money orders by burglary the other
day. It is the practice of the post ofllce depart
rnent (under the act of March 17, 1882,) to
allow post-masters for such loss where it can
be sbown tbat it " resulted through no negll
gence on the part of such postmasters." The
post-master in thls case put in blsclalm for loss
of stamps, etc, and ln hls allldavlt sent the de
partment Btated "hedidn't lock the safe which
contalned the stamps and money orders, as
therehad been several burglaries ln the neigh
borbood where safes had been blown open, and
he dldn't propose to have his Bafe damaged ln
Alexandrla to check tho dlsoaso ln Egypt and
prevent Its oxtenslon to European ports.
The Internatlonal rllle match botween Brlt-
lsh and Amerlcan tcams was completed at
Wtmbledon on Saturday. The Brltish team
won by n totnl scnro of 1051 to 1U00, n lead ot
45 polnts. Tho flrlng occurred on Thursday
and Friday at ranges of 800, 000, and 1000
yards. un tne w) yard range me Amencans
wero ahoad. The latter part of the trlal was
made durlng tho progress of a severe tbunder
storm. The London press speaks in tho hlghcst
tormB of the Amerlcan raarksmen. They were
very graclously entertalned. The Daily Telc
nraph pralses tliocourage wlth whlch tho Amer
Icans, who have cultlvated mllltary shootlng
lor a comparativciy oriei penoa oi iime, came
to struggle wlth experlenced shots. lt ls possl
blo, says tho Telegraph, that the Amoricans
were deioated becauso tneir weapons were in
ferlor at tho long ranges. It adds that the
Entrllsh shonld not boast of thelr victory, as
at what may be conslderod mllltary ranges
they wero beaton on tneir own ground.
A numiikh of Fronch flnanclal houses have
offcred M. de Lesseps all the money requlred
to construct a now canal or to wlden the pros
ent ono. After a meetlng oi the managing
committee of tho Suez Canal Cornpany Friday,
M. de Lesseps telegraphed to the chief engi
neer of the canal in Egypt to come to Parls
lmmedlately, and brlng the plans for tho bcc
ond canal. Funds for buliding It are assured
oltlier bv oxecntlon of the Hrltlili aereement or
otherwlso. Tho Journal clcs Debali Baya: "The
ftnttlnmnnt liv Knslnnd nf the suez canal auea-
tlon by the pollcy of spollatlon would be to
Btrlke a biow at tne ueart oi trance, wuicn
would never be forglvnn. It Ib however an
nounced bv the Dalhi Neics that ln obpdlence
to resolutlon of thu cabinet conncll, Slr Charles
Rlvers Wllson wlll lmmedlately go to Parla to
lntervlew M. de Lesseps with reference to tho
Suez canal raatters. It is rumored than an
amended proposal ln regard to the canal wlll
be submltted to tho house ot commons, omlt-
tlng the provlslon pledging England to flnd
money lor tne constructlon oi tne woru.
Incldcuts oftlio Strlke.
In a eranhlc account of the condltlon of
thlnga In New York, the Morninrj Journal of
that city descrlbes an nueged scnooi ior tei
ograph operatora, the puplls ot whlch aro
chlefly cranks and country bumpkins. " At
tne cnd oi bix montns, says tne journai, us
puplls are able to 1 send ' four words ln half au
ltMii nnri 'rAnaftrn thrnn mnrAa ln thft umn
Suminary of Noivs.
The funds for the ooond Suez canal are
Iowa had a slight frost last Wednesday
mornlng, but no namage was done.
The cotton worm is reportod very generally
in the nelgbborhood of Montgomery, Alabama.
Keene'scoH, I'otosl, won the Yarmoutb, Eng
land, ruce last week.
Tiik Bolivlan government declares that lt
wlll not maue peace ln unlson wlth t'eru.
The South Dublin unlon bas clven its con
eent to the emlgratlon to Canada of eighty
Five more corpses of vlctlms of tho Bteamer
mpune oisaster at uiasgow nave been recov
ered, maklng the number of bodles fouud 123.
Accordlng to a corrected list of the vlctlms,
oniy one uouy is now missing.
The Fanama canal cornpany held a meetlng
ln Parla last week. Monsleur de Lesseps re
peated hls former Btutement tbat the work
would beflnlshed in 1888. The cblef covern
ment engineer will assuine tbe directlon of the
active work on the canal, which will be sbortly
The Times correspondent at Parls says there
ls every appearance that the diflerence be
tween France and England, arlsing from the
altair at lamatave, aladagascar, wlll be easlly
settled, and tho Standard'i corresDondont at
Berlin anserts that tbe Enelish and French
cablnets have arrlved at au amlcable under-
Btanding conccrnlng tho Tamatave trouble.
Duiti.sa thetemporary abseuceot the Amerl
can consul from hls post at Monterey, the of
llce was entered by a Mextcan mob and the
actlng consul, tbe Rev. Mr. Shaw, attacked and
beaten nearly to death. The furnltnre and pa
pers belonging to tbe consul were destroyed.
Tho later accounts In relatlon to thls affalr ln
dicate that it has been greatly oxaggerated,
Thekk were thlrty-nine deatha from yellow
fever in Havana durlng tbe week ended on
Saturday, tho 21st. The butcher and n coal
passer on the steamer City ot Washington dled
to-day from the fever. One of the two tdck
passeugera removed from that Bteamer ia Gen
eral E, O. C. Ord, who ls very dangorously 111,
He, wltli others down wlth the fever, has been
placed ln a good prlvate hospltal,
Mit. Williasi Kedmond, Parnelllte, waa yes
terday elected a roember ot the Brltish parlla
ment for Wexford borough, Ireland, to 1111 the
vacancy occasloned by Mr. Healy's reslgnatlon.
A rlot occurred durlng tbe votlng. The pollce
wero ossaulted and cbarged the mob wlth bay
oneta, woundlng several indlvlduala, The Ub
eral candldato, the O'Connor Dou, was hooted
when he appearcd ln publlc, and after tho eleo
tlon be waa assaulted as he waa drivlug along
the maln Btreet, under escort.
The cholera continues lts foarful ravagea ln
Egypt. In Calro the actual number of deatliB
for the twenty-four hours ended on Saturday
mornlng was reported nt nearly alx hundred.
CaseB have boen reported In places whlch have
not Mtherto been altected by the dlseaso,
Nearly three hundred deatha ln other cltles
and vlllagea are reported for Saturday, Sant
tary comulsslons compoaed of Amerlcan nnd
Engllsh olllcera havo been formed at Calro and
llmlted time. Though not one cltlzen
ln flvo hundred nor ono telegraph operator ln
ten thousand, has the most remote, vague or
uncertain ldea ot lta roasons lor being, whlch
for fourteen vears has remalned a pphynx-llke
rlddle, it waa Bolved yeitorday when lta owner,
at the strlke of e'lght thousand telegraph
operators, offered the servlces of twenty-
seven puplls, the flower of his scuool, to
that excollent and highly estoemed gentlc,
man, Jny Gould, to defeat the great and rlgbt-
eous toiegrapu striKe. lneee experts went
over to the Wcstern Unlon telegraph buliding
nbout noon. and were marshalled up stalrs bv
Gould hlmsolf. They sat down at desks ln the
operatlng rooni, whlch was filled wlth a worse
crowd tuan weregatnereatogemerin taisiau s
army. AU the glrls were red headed. All the
bovs were cawky, nwKwara ana ignorant.
Scores of persons sat at the keys. They sat
thero. That ls all they dld. Few of them wero
able to work, and somo of them wero not ablo
to read. aien who nave oeon carrymc turtle
Bigns ln the Boweryand up Broad way occupled
aeata where the most expert operators In the
country formerly aat. Clgars and free lunch
were clven to tueso poople by the western
Unlon telegraph cornpany. When the traraps
who are usualiy seen in tne street sanawiched
between two Bignawcnthorae, they werehelped
by Mr. Gould Into carriages furnlshed by tho
monopoly. Jay helped in all the old ' bummera'
who have been blackmalled bythe cornpany and
blackballed by the brotherhood. The studenta
from the telegraph schoois wero able to send
an ordlnary ten-word message ln about six
hours. When it was received by another tele
graph student at the other end of the line lt
was leariul and wonoeriui to reau. An order
was sent bv a Long Branch hotel keeper to a
purveyor ln tbls clty for five bundred lonves of
bread and two hundred pounda of coff ee. It was
replled to by a brlef message. 1 Wlll send your
bread, the coffee is on the way.' The dispatch
as eent read. 'Your brother ia dead. The
coflln is on the way.' A hearso waited at the
Long Branch rallway depot laBt nlgnt, nnd the
innkeepor a tamiiy were tnerein two carriages,
ln half mournlng. Another despatch to a
butcher in Chlcago was written, ' shlp five hun
dred beeves. There are few prime beeves in
New York. It was received in (jhlcago, shlp
five hundred thleyes. There are few prime
thleves in New York.' A message dellvered
at a wholesale crockerv house ln warren street,
yesterday, read as lollowa: oend two hundred
dozen trnmps of tholateBtpattern; also twenty
dozen patent tramps, and ten dozen of all
grades. Wlll pay cartage and cost of boxing.'
The order wat for lamps and shades. A broker
who went toow naven at l o clock Thursday
telegraphed to his fatnlly at the Unlon Souara
botel, ' I wlll not be at home tlll to-morrow
nlght. Bnslness calla me out ot town. Don't
be anxlous about me.' Aa he entered the ves
tibulo of the hotel last evening, be saw a mes
senger getting into the elevator with the mes-
eage ln hla hand. ihe prevlous nlght an
alarm had been sent to all the pollce statlons,
and several thousand of hls photographs had
been prlnted and pasted on hand billa descrlb
Iccd Meat lu London from tlio Au-tipodesi
The Pall Mall Gazelte. London. ndvises its
roaders to vlsit the " Lady Jocelyn," a shlp of
two thousand tons burden recently nrrived at
Vlctoria dock from the dlstant island of the
South Paclfic ocean. Tho cargo is thus de
scrlbed: "lt tbe CGO0 carcasses of sheep whlch
lately arrlved ln her dlrect from Welllngton,
New Zealand, nre not nlready landed and sent
off to Smithtield, you wlll behold the eolutlon
of one of the problcmB of thenge, the question,
namely, of the supply of the London market
wlth f resh meata from the antlpodes. It is only
two yeara siuce thls new trado began. It costs
5000 to fit a shlp like the Lady Jocelyn wlth
refrlgeratlng apparatua, wlth the result that
rooraa are provided for somo two or three hun
dred tons of cargo at a temperature which,
during a three montbs yoyage, qulte regardless
of the heat of tbe troplcs through whlch tbe
vesBOl salls after roundlng Cape Ilorn, Is never
allowed to rlse above f reezing point, and ia for
the most nart far below it. The dock laborers.
aa they work at the ta.sk ot unloading, pause
now and agaln to'blow on thelr hands, for they
are working in tne cumate oi an I'.ngusu unrist
mas or a New Zealand July, The carcasBes,
each wraimed ln a neat white shrnud of sack-
lng, and that agaln coated over with thlck hoar
irost, are linrd as stones. Though the maln
cargo ia mutton, beef is also representcd, and
somo turkeya and fish have also been thrown
ln, bo that Londoners may know what 'acbnap
pers' taste like, and lnvestlgato the merlts ot
'klug fish.' But the maln interest of the
cargo lles, ot courso, ln the G000 odd sheep
whlch four nionths ago were bleatlng in New
Zealand, and are now, we aro told, selllng for
soven pence a pound as fresh mutton to the
butchera in Smithfleld. Tho carcasses welgh
from C5 to 80 pounds. The sheep are a cross
between the small merlno ram and the larger
Leicester ewe. Tho mutton is sald to be excel
lent, and some of lt has no doubt nppeared on
West End tablea. The trado evldently admlts
of great development.
" To return, however, to our Bhlp. Ilowls the
cold produced ? It Is produced by a steam-eu'
gine of 115 horse power. whlch. settlni: ln
motion a ' dry-air procesa' machine, 111 la wlth
lntense cold an lnterval whlch is left between
the Bldes of the lced rooma and the sldes of tbe
shlp, and also lllls varlous channels or flueB
which cross and recross these inarine larders,
To malutaln tho reuulred temperature the on.
glne has to be kept golng 13 hours, on an aver-
uge, out oi tne a, anu consumea eacu day
ubout two and a half tons of coal. The burn-
lng question among tho shlppera ls whether the
uew trade, whlcb wlll plainly be a large one,
will be best worked by tteam or by sall prob
ably exporlence only wlll declde. There is
much to be sald on both sldes. A Bteamer
would porform tho journey ln little more thau
half the time employod by a aalling shlp ; on
the other hand, tho Lady Jocelyn'a cargo has
arrlved ln much better condltlon than that of a
Bteamer, the Ilrltleh Klng, whlch preceeded her
uy n tew wcoks.
one walta for tho chaln to bo lowered j thls
chaln of ttlme protocts a free pcoplo from golng
overboard. They nll jump over lt, nnd fre
quently before the boat touches the wliarf.
That Is progresslvo young Amerlca. And from
that early hour untll the evening, when they
go back on thls boat, they aro lumplng over
endieeB cnnicB oi commerce ana coin. ine
great natlon of jumpersl Tho rcpubltc of
hurryl Young men In the prime of llfe jump
intogrnvea; mmuie-ageo men nurry intocoi
flnsl Illveon, atypoof retrogresslvo Italyl
Oh, progress, progresBl On thy altar nre the
sacrlflcea of mllllons of llvcs, mllllons of lux
urles nnd mllllons of hnppinessl I nm hurried
off tho ferry-bont and hurried Into n cab; I am
hurried into n hotel, n bath, n dlning-room
where n dlnner ls hurried Into me, nnd then
told that ls progreasl I am hurried Into and
out of bed and down Broadway, tho verlest
stroam of nll hurry. Ycs; lt ls progress! So
la n locomotive on tne uuason rivcr rnuroaa nt
elchtv mlles ner hour. So Is cnbllng mes-
snges for the daily press undor the Atlantlc,
when tne messnges nre wortn caoungi aa is
lobbylng nt Albany on npnroprlatlon bllls 1
I'rogreps nore ls to meaparauox, oecauso i hvb
not yet lost my Itallan peculiarltles. The
Amerlcan glrl ls charapagny. Shela gllttPrlng,
foamy, aweet dry, tart, ln a word, flzzy! Sbe
has not that dreamy, magical, murmury lova
bloness of our Itallan glrl. And yet there Is n
mumnnnlltnn comblnntlon ln the Amerlcan glrl
that makea her a most attractlve conuet In her
frankness, In her pardonable frlvollty, in her
being a phenomonon of verbal lntrlguel You
may lose your head wlth her easlly In a week,
and ln the way of recollectlng what you had
sald to her yesterday, for sbe ls gifted wlth
memory, bnt your heart jamals! It takes a
lnnger time lor thati liut, ue suto sno wiu navo
both sooner or lnter. I don't believe she Is half
as mercennry as eho talka, In the vien of what
lemale heart cangold desptse. letaiiegives
you a strong impresslon that the alphaand
omcga of llfe are a modlste and a mllllonnre.
Aly impresslon oi tne Amerlcan giri is ono
never to be forgotten. She la brlght, brlsk
and buslneps-llke. To be conclse. I would call
the Amerlcan glrl a sort of soclal catechism
full of questiona and answera. In many In
stances Bhe oraltB the answera, and becomeB an
Incarnate questtoner. I never experlenced such
a pleasurable witne?s-box posltlon in all my
Grnnt on Leo's Surreudcr.
A Lone Branch lctter to the Phlladelohta
Timcs containa the followlne Interestlne nartic-
ulars of the meetlng of Grant and Leo before
the surrender. ''General Grant, in apeaklng of
the meetlng ot hlmsolf nnd General Lee when
the latter came to arrange wlth hlm tho terms
of surrender, sald that they shonk hands na
old comradea In the army, and first talked
over West Polnt experiences and those of their
army llie at the same stationa elsewhore, in n
matter-of-courso way, as lf they had met
agaln under ordlnary clrcumstances. Then,
when uenoral Lee sald to hlm : ' General
Grant, wo come here, each representlng our
own country, tn treat wlth each other.' 'Not
so,' firmly sald General Grant; 'wo do not
represent two countries, but one.' He sald
that more than once. When General Lee used
the same form of expression he lnterrupted
hlm, insistlng that but one natlon was repre
sented by both of them. Hls whole ldea, as
undeistood by hls aunltors, was to convey to
General Lee the Impresslon that lt was not'two
foreign natlons that had warred acalnst each
other, but a paternal government, whlo h, hav
lng sultlciontly chastlsed a nauehty chlld, was
wllllng to forglve nnd recelve the chlld agaln
as a chlld on conclliatnry terms. General
Grant sald that he sat down nt the table In
the memorable McClean farmhoue and
wroto out the terms of tho surrender.
and that when General Lee saw them and
he (General Grant) sald to hlra: ' Let your ofll
cers nnd men keep their horses; we don't want
them nnd they wlll need them, for lt wlll soon
be time for them tobecin thelr farmlne and
they will want the horses to help them; I want
au oi you to take your norses home wlth you,"
General Lee's oyes filled wlth tears, and he
sald more than once, as he read the terms ot
the aurrender, ' Thls wlll have a splendid effect
at the South.' General Grant further sald to
hlm: ' Now thls war shnuld be nll over. You,
wlth your inlluence nt the South, shonld see to
it that not another gun is Hred, not another
lite lost. After thls a llfe lost ln any fight
would be mnrder, and you can prevent it.
General Leo anawered, ' Well, I will speak to
Mr. Davis about lt.' General Grant, in telllng
the story, added: ' lf that had been JoJohnston
Instead of Leo, he would never have sald that.
He would himself have assumed the reponsl
blllty of declnring that tho war should be over
on his slde, as I dld on mlne, but Lee dld not
like to take tbe responsibility of making tbat
pledge to stop the fightlng at once untll he had
consulted wlth Davis.' "
"Rouon on Rata." Cleara out rata, mlco,
flles, roachea, bed-bugs, nnts, vormln, chlp
The well can keep well, nnd the stck get
well by uslng N. K. Ilrown'a Iron nnd Quinlne
Bltters. Sold by C. Blakeloy, Montpollor, Vt.
Fkom Blddeford, Malne, Mr. Wm. Brackett
writesaa follows: " Ellls's Spavln Curo has
cured my horse of hone tpavin. It's nll you
clalin it to be." That's true.
The Jlop riaslen haven wonderful salo, nnd
whyl Bocanso they curo backacbo, stlff jolnta,
patn ln the alde nnd soreness in any part. Peo
plo appreclato them, Any drugglat, twenty
"I'mhappyto say l)r. Renton's Skin Cure
has cured tny cczema of the icalp, ofour years
standing." Jno. A. Androws, attornoy nt law,
Ashton, 111. One dollar nt drugglsta. Endorsed
"MoTHKit Swan'bWoum SYitur" for feyerlsh
ness, restlessness, worms, consttpatton, taste
" My horse was very lame wlth narlcular
jolni dlteatc," says W. E. Peterson of Wal
tham, Mass. " EIIIs'h Spavln Cure has cured
hlm." It never dlsappolnts.
Skinny Mkn. "Wells' Health Ronewer" re
atores health and vigor, curea Dyspepsla, Im
potence. One dollar.
Be Yooh Own Dootoh. It won't cost you
one-half aa much. Do not delay. Send two
three-cent stamps for postage.and wo will Bend
you Dr. Kaufmann's great work, fine colored
platea from llfe, on dlsease, Its causes nnd
home cnre. Address A. P. Ordwny & Co.,
" Dit. Benson'b Celery and Chamomile Pilla
for the curo ot neuralgia aro a succesa." Dr.
G. P. Holman, Cbristlanburg, Va. Flfty conta
Don't Die in the Hodsk. "Rough on
Rats." Cleara out rata, mlce, illoa, roachea,
bed-bugs. Flfteen centa.
In Montpelier, July 11, ly nev. J. II. lllpck, Cliailm
II, Bevemnce, 2,1, and Adillo H. Ilra.lfonl.
In Montpelier. Jnly 21, bv rtev. .1. II. Hlncltt, Oeorge
I,. Imrfco of l'lalnflem andJennle II. Maifleld of Martb.
In I'erii, Julf 17, by T.nv. M. Adama, Inaao V.'. Illgjlni
ot Jamaica and Cnrrlu K. Ailamn or l'cru,
In Newport, July 15, by llev, K. Foltoni, Herbert D.
Darlton of Newport, and Elta I', Oravee of Holland.
In Wnfwllltinlc. .Tn1v 1.1. ttv TIav. fr A!hrt
L. Atwood of Woodstock, and Anna M. llojnton, of
Ilaten, Thomti II.
Marla II. CUley ot
In Newbury, ,1nlv 11, by Rev, 8. I-.
Wadlelgh of l'laln Vlew, Jllnn., nd
, In Ilellow; all, Jnly 11, by Rev. J. h. He wall, Henrr
II. Wnwl of Orange, Man., and MaryA, lteed of lief
In nnttleborn, Jnly IT, by llev. Oeorie E. Martln
Joret Ilarnet Estabrook and Roele Ilofton, both ot
When tho organs of sccretlon become inac
tlve by reason of a cold or other cause, the In
liammatory material should be removed and
healthy actlon restored, Ayer's Pilla accom
plish tbia qulckly, safely and surely. Much
serioua sickness nnd aufforing mlght be pre
ventcd by promptly correcting such derangi
ments which often develop into settled dlsease.
Extrkme Tireu Feelino. A lady tells us
" the first bottle has dono my daughter n great
deal of good, her food does not distress her
now, nor does sho auffer from that ettrene
tlredfeelin) which Bhedld before taklng Hood's
Sarsaiiarilla." A second bottle effccted a curo.
No other tirenaratlon contalns Buch a concentra-
tion of vltalizlng, enrichlng, purifying and in-
vlgoratlng pronertlea aa Ilood b barsaparllla.
No woman la beautlful wlth a bad skln, cov,
ered wlth oimnles. frecklea. moth or tan.
havo been askod many timos what wlll removo
these unslghtly blemlshes. No face palnts or
powders will remove them, as they are caused
by lmpure blood. The only sure reiuedy I have
ever seen Is Sulphur Bltters, and ln hundreds
of cases I have never known them to fall.
Edltress Fathion Gazetle.
In rraclinm, Jnly 13, Mrs. Dana, 81.
In Windsor, July 14, Wllllam Oay, 80. .
In Bethel, July U, Jolm Kelly, apout 60.
In Kast Lyndon, July 11, Ebcn Clark, M.
In Hartford, July 11, Rufus Downlng,74.
In Ludlow, July ll,Tbomu Dumpby,Ct.
In DraUleboVo, July lt, Lucy R. Nllen, i
In llurllngtom, July IT, Ilrldget Lyncb, 26.
In RurllngtoVi, July 17, J. C. Stannard, 26.
In West Windsor, July 16, Itufns riper, 77.
In Jamaica, J(uly 18, Mrs. Ilenry Ryder, 42.
In St. Jobnsbu,ry, July IS, John lllgglns, 78.
In Kt. Albans, JTuly 16, Mre. Nelllo Tage, 28.
In 8t. Albans, July 12, Cora L. Wbltney, IS.
In Slieltmm, Jut.? 19, Mrs. Ellzabeth Ilall, 71.
In Burlington, Juty 19, Mrs. Einlly Baker, 74,
In l'eacbam, July i!0, Mrs. Auiasa Badger,
In Ludlow, July 'J, irf, Thomas Dumphy, 93.
In Rtrafford, June 13,- Mrs. W. 8. liradbury, 60.
In Quechee, July 13, Slrs. Lovlna A. Ilrown, 99,
In Danville, July 19, Mrs, Jared Peclc, about 40.
In Coventry, July 16, Uom. Elljah Cleveland, 83.
In 8t. Johnsbnry, July 19l Mrs. Nancy E. l'eck, 45
In St. Johnsbury Center, Jiuly 16, Ben, Andrews, 78.
In Newport Center, July 11, Mrs. Luclna Lanpher, 68.
In South Londonderry, July 19, Mrs. Ilepsy J, Btow
In North Danville, July 11, Mre. Ablgall Stanford
In Vershire. July 21, of cbronilc bronchltli, Oeorge
Derby, about 40.
In Chelsea, July 2.1, Nancy (lllakl;), wlfe of the late
In Manchester, N. II.. of paralysis.A'ihlnebAs Adami,
formerly agent ot the Stark Mllls ln ttilft plsce, 60. Mr.
Adams was a brother ln lawof Dr. Mmjson of Ely, and
well known ln many parts of Vermont.
TUNICE LEWIS' KSTATK.
.14 CO .MIS.SlONKRS8 NOTICE
Inv Ham famlly is probably not so nnmer
nus as the Smith", Brownsand Jones'. Mr. N.
Ilam ot Sutton, Vt., ls a well Informod, astute
nnd nppreclatlve man, as any one may infer
from the follnwlng oxtract from one of that
gentloman'a recent lettsr8. Mr. Ham goes on
to remark that " Dr. Graves' Heart Regulator
is the best remedy for the heart ever offered."
These nre strong worda, bnt strictly true.
Tlie undersltrned. havlnii tieen amolnted uv the Hon
orable l'robate Court for the Dlstrict of VRandolph,
Commlssioners. to recelve, examine, and vdVist ali
clalms and demands of all persons aealnst tihA es
tate of Eunlce Lewis, late of Williamstown, ln mf
Dlstrict, deceased, and all clabns exblblted ln ollset
thereto, hereby (rlvonotlce that we wlll meet for the
purpowpa aforesald, at the resldence of Jamos Martln
ln Williamstown, on the 2-M day of Auirust and 14th day
of November next, from one o'clock 1-. m., untll four
o'ciock v. M eacu or saia uays.ana inar six monms
from the 2.M day of June, A. I). 183 is the time llmlted
by sald Court for sald credltors to present thelr clalms
to us fnr examlnatlon and Atlowance.
Dated at Williamstown , thls Jitli day of July, A.D.19S3.
OLIVKH S. WALKEK,) Comm,,,.t.,
04-Oti E. II. MAKTIN, l-ommlslouers.
UOLIiOWAY aiEUUITJVS KSTATlf-
ThA nnrlnrfllminl. Imvlnff ttMn ftniWjlntPl hv thu Ttfitanr-
ftblfi Proliate Conrt for the Dintrict of TtaDdolnh. Co.m-
ana aeinanfi? rr au perpnnfl asainBi tna eotatn or
nfnrpuald- nt th mt rpsirtence or ealil ueccflapn. ln Wll
imillMlUWIli UTi lUB inb Uit) ui rr li icui ' fi nnit (Bt nj v
llooin)Mr mptI. rrnm 11 nnn'r (VK A. M. nntll rnnr n'AlDf
i iiri v ui uiiiica l't i Oiyo in uio iunn iiuiii.ru uv Biii
Court for aaM crealtors to prepent toeir ciaima to us lor
exnnunAtion anu anowance.
DaltM at wm.ainotnwn. tu Tin aar oi j uiy, a. u. l3.
Au Itallnn's Ylow of Ainorlca.
A letter from an Itallan lu New York to the
Home Itallan Times contalns tho fullowlng :
" Landlng at New York by a ferry-boat la tne
first Impresslon I get of Amoricans. To us
who have no estimate of hurry, and llve louger
than some of these peoplo exlst. the aceuo ls
very attractlve lu one sensel Tne ferry-boat
ls croaslng early in tho mornlng, nnd ls full of
businesa men that proud term of a coun
try whlch recognizea the dlgnlty ot labor
aud condemns our dolce far nteule. No
The Burlington llawktya man has been to
see the great defrauded, and for the first time
for many years, probably, has the publlc been
given rellable informatlon as to the exnct phys
ical and mentnl condltlon of thls mysterioua
man. Mr. Tilden's candldacy in 1881 would
now scem to be a foregone coneluslon. " Mr.
Tilden's hair is long, curllng and raven black,
and there is not a wrlnkle in hls face. not a
furrow on hls brow. He ls passlonately fond
ot blcycllng, and rides as far as fifteen mlles a
day. His favorlto blcycle he keeps In a room
adjolning bia own, and leeds it with hia hands.
llo Bings auperuiy, and uas a cnudisn way oi
runnlnir to the plano to dash off Bome snark-
llng little improvisationa, aa lnterludea to the
conversatton. Aa l looued at hlm, i couid uot
helpsaylng: 'Mr. Tilden, you bear your nge
reraarkablv well; can lt bo posslble that you
are really forty-one?' He shook his head with
semi-mourniui lnuection anttaaiu: Au.my
dear boy, time la relentless. I shall be forty
elght yeara old next December.' Had I not
received tbe assurance from hls own lip.s, I
could not have believed it. When I left
hlm, he inslsted on ehouldering my trunk
and carrying it to the atatlon. Aa I pressed
hlanand nt parting, i eaui tonim: 'jur, 111
den, lf the next democrntic natlonal conven
tlon should follow lta own wishes and the
earnest deslre of the Amerlcan people, and
nominate you fnr t'resident, would you accept
thenomlnntlon?' Ue equeezed my hand ln hls
mlghty grasp untll the blood oozed out undor
my finger nalla, nnd ahouted: 'Would I?'
Then he slapped hls hands togetber like a clap
of tbunder, and sprungBtraight uplnto the nlr.
1 watched hls vanlshlng form, as lt disappeared
behlnd the clouda, wltbout a fear, knowing
well that the athieto would come down at
Greystone. And, as bia figure passed out of
slght, a voice fell likea falllng star: 'Would
a duck awlm !' " As a blt of pure fun thls la de-
The Aryus and Fatriot's attack on D. B.
Wooster of Notthfield, Vt., in relatlon to tbe
Creamery litlgatlon, ls a series of bragadoclo
ism and buiToonery, and sbows clearly that
Wooster has a strona and Just cause. and the
attempt to cripple hlm ln thls inventton ln
any manner la tne worK oi aesperauon. a
slngle Bentence ls quoted from the lofty Aryus
artlcle "The moreweunderstand the case.the
more ' forlorn seemaMr. Wooater's 1 hope.' "
Seldom, if ever, while a case la ln progreaa of
trlal, an edltor can be found who will stoop
to tbia speclea of iilackmail. 05-tf
LtaiiTNiNfi ls sald to havo struck ln Contoo
cook, N. H., nnd vlclnlty, over thirty tlmes
wlthln eieven days.
Whv Bufferlonger from dyspepsla, Indlgea
tlon, want ot nppetlte, loas ot strength, lack of
enorgy, malarla, Intormlttent fevers, etc?
Brown's Iron Blttera nevor fall to cure these
dlseaaea. They act like n charm on tho dlges
tlve organs, removing all dyspeptlo symptoms,
such aa bolching, heartburn, biliousness, etc.
ltemomber It is the only iron preparatlon that
wlll not blackeu the teeth or glvo hoadache.
Ask your uruggist concernlng lta mcrlt,
Mit. C. O. Holton. Canaan. Vt., says:
conslder Ilrown'a Iron Bltters an excollent
Dii. E. E. FuLLEit, Keokuk, Iowa, says:
have used Ilrown s Iron Bltters ln my own
famlly wlth excellent rcsulta."
Thk Seth Thomas clock comiiany of Thom
aston, Coun., haa declded to engago In the
manufacture of watches and for that purpose
wlll eioct an addltlonal large buliding at once.
Lonk Jack, Mlssouri, September 14, 1870. I
have been uslng IIop Blttera, and have io
celved great bonefit from them for llver com
plalnta and raalarlal fever. They are suporlor
to all other medlctnea. 1'. M, lUiiNEa.
MONTrELIF.lt. There was not much butter offered
last week, O. W. rarmenter bouglit 72 tubs, and W. W.
l'ark conslderably less. Mostot tbe dalmnen are ho'd
Iniilnr hlgber nmrket. rrlce, 150 lSc tl lb; hoss,4
RICHMOND. lluttersold atllc f) tbj rheese, 809c V
rb; egzs,1617c doi.i hogs, 4)Jc 1 1b. About one
carloail of climie was taken In, aliliough there were not
an many ln to matket as coinmon. A. 11. Kdwards
shlpped a mlxed car ot hogs and cattle.
97 sheep aud lambs, 34 cattle, 710 pounds of ponltry,
Quntailonsi Moks. v Wlbj caives, iffiii' Tfl 1b: .sheep
andltmlM 40V; illbi fatcatt'e. fl head! hens,
H'Ollo?' Ib; turkf, 10l.'nt 1b; chkkcns 1518c)
R; egg. lt17c'J1 dozen. Chlckens are (alllDS ctl and
wiU piobabiy belower soon.
!ostoii Protluco Mnrliet.
EOOS. Tbe market has rulwl hlgher under a moderate
supply and artlvedeinand. We mioto fresh Easlern at
2021c. Northern at I8K19c, and Western at 1717Jo
CIIKESK, The market has ruled moderately acttve,
aml prlcea are uncbansed. We quote Kood to chnlce at
SHQIOc. fair to good at SQ9C, and common ut 8QSKJ 1
1b, accordlng to quallty.
l'OTATOES. The market ls well supplted with new
SoiUbern stock, whlch is comlne forwanl by every
steamer. Old potatoes sell at 3570o 1 bushel, accord
lng to quallty. New Southern potatoes are at JI.90OJ.29
iiTTTTVw Th mnrVpt tms tippn less flnii and nrlces
are unchanged. Tbedemand Is active for the best crades.
We quote cholce f resh-made western creamery at 21 Q.'.'c,
good to cbolce fresh-made western creamery at 2i21c,
ladle-packed at ll16c. fair to good at lufI3o, tresb
nnrth.rn rmnnPrlM nt fresh New Yort dalrY at
lOCi'Oc. fresh Vermont dalrr at 19fi20c. Kranklln
couuty at 20321c, and fair to good at 15B190 1 1b.
Llvo Stock Market.
ThBrntWinnk, l0rrnhlp. rPlinrt of the llve StOCk
matket at Watertown and lirlghtou for the week eudlng
Tuesday, July 54, 1883! .
Cattle. Shrrp- lloqu Calces.
At market thls week 3,944 14,383 ll.MO 593
last week 3,ll0 11.7.") U.'-M , V3S
" " one year sgo.... 1.964 14,014 18,t99 1,172
I'RICKS.-Eitrafatand heavy premlum pien. $3.00
tj.S0; thlrd quallty. H.(K)V50 per 100 tts on total welght
palrs, SD0O.OO V cwt. llulls, etc. S15B4.7S. orklug
tJO.OO38.0o"i' eitra good, SIO W.gll.oy, wlth or wHbont
n,- iu. .dpw, rRrrnw and ordlnary. Sld.OOd
32.C0. 'stores. searlings. SI2.O02I.ti0: two:yearl.ls.
S. MAKTIN, 1
PLUVINA TtrAltTIN'S KSTATK.
STATDOF VKKMONT. Dlstrict of rtandolph.ss.
In l'robate Court held at Williamstown. In and for
sald Dlstrict, on the 22d day of June. A. 1). 18SJ I
An lnstrument purportlng to be the last Wlll and Tes
tament of I'luvlna Martln. late of Williamstown, In sald
Dlstrict, decessni. neing presenten 10 ine uourj oy onver
Walker. the ErFcutor thereln named. for l'robate! It la
ordered by sald Court, thatall persons concernetthereln
be notlfle,! to appear at a sesslon of SAld .COLTt to bfi
held at the Illbbard Ilouse in Williamstown, uitT tne 27th
day of July, A. I). 1883, and snow caue, if any they
may bave, against the l'robate ot sald wlll t for whlch
purpceu is rurtner oraeroi. inai a copy or ine recora or
ihls order be publlshed three weks successlvely in the
Vermont Watchman & State Journal, prlntewl at Mont
pelier, previous to sald time nppolnted for hearlng.
By tbe Cnnrt. Attest.
04-06 WILLIAM II. NICHOLS. Jndge.
C1II)liIWAV BIKRItTIiTi'S KSTATK.
STATE OK VEUMONT, Dlstrict ofltfindolph.ss.
In l'robate Court. held at Wllllainstown, In and for
snld Dlstrict, on the J.'d day of Jun, A. D. 1S8.( !
An lnstrument purportlng to be the lnst WilK and Te
tament of C.IlollowayMerrtll.ltte of Wllllsmtown.ln
sald Dlstrict, deceised. being presentwl to the (Tourt by
Ablgall Merrlll, the Executrtx named tbereln, tfcr Pro
bate j ltl ordered by sald Court that all persons conrerned
thereln le notulcl to appear at a sesslon of sald Cpurt.
tolie held at the Illbbard House ln Williamstown, oni the
27th day of July, A. I). 1833, and showcaue, If any tbVy
may bave, against the l'robate of sald wlll : for whicKi
purpose lt is further ordered, that a copy of tbe record'-.
of thU order be publlshed three weeks succeeslrely ln
the Vermont Watchman & State Journal, prlnted at
MontpeUer, previous to sald time appolnted for hearlns.
Uy the Cnnrt Attest.
04-06 WILLIAM II. N1CIIOLS, Judgo.
tl.niff3lfl )! tnreo-vear-oms, & wvutt.vv. cucri,,i;,w
WfilL'o W 1b. 'atbogs,9e6,'J Jllb. Sho .retall,
l7. H. Vrtnlin, IrHSH.Hl llOlES. fl 10.
Vel caives, sisvttiia st iu. V4"
cnnntry lnts. 701Jc. Cairsvins, npaw v ro.
mWe V Ib; cuuntrv. 4V. bheared pelts, 20Q2SO
eacu; coiintrv lots, 2029c. Lamb sklus, WJ089O each.
Dalry sktns, 29Q50O each.
IlKiiAHKS. The toue of the cattle market has not per
ceptlbly clianged. Western cattle are full as strong. and
falrly steady. The market was not at all active. Hath
way&Jackson sold six Western catUe, aerafe 1,324
Ibt.at 6c. twelve average 1,600 Ibs. at 6io B lb.and
seven. average 1,324 lh. a' $V'J0 1 c ts Bome New Tork
state cows sold at 4,'o 1 ib, llve, or 7c V ib, dressed.
Mllch cows were lu light supply, wlth a I glit demand.
HpecuUtors bought up a number of head, but bouglit
ltght.asdrovers were holdlng them somewluit hliber.
Veal caives mnved steady, wlth a fair demand. sheep
old at l49c V Ib. as to Quallty. Llve ponltrs sold
at ISo n lb, iu lots, wlth sprlng cbl. kens at 20Q2Jn V Ib.
HANNA1I S(IJIKItVII,I,K'S KSTATK.
STATEOP VElLMONT.Dlstnctof Washlnirton.ss.
ln l'robate Court, held at Montpelier, la sald Dlstrict,
on the 24th day of Julv, A. 1. 1883!
Joseph Somervllie. Adiuinistratorof the estate oi nan
nah Somervllle, late of Duxbnry, ln sald Dlstrict, de
ceased, presents hls admlnlstratlon acconnt forcxamlna
tlon and allowance, and makes appllcatlon for a decree
of dlstrlbuUon and partltlon of the estate of sald deceased.
Whereupou, lt ls ordered by sald Court, tbat sald account
and said appllcatlon be referrwltoa sesslon tbereof.to
beheld at the l'robate Olllco lusald Montpelier, on tbe
lltli day of August, A. 1. 1383, for hearlng and declslon
thereon : And, lt ls furtber ordrred, that notlco hereot be
glren to all persons lnte rested. by publlcatlon of tbe same
three weeks successlvely In the vermont Watchman &
btate Journal. a newspaper publlshoil at Montpelier,
prevtouB to sald Ume appolnted for hearlng, Uiat they
may appear at sald time and place, and showcanse.lt
any they may have. why sald acconnt shonld not be al
lowed and such decree made.
By the Court. Attest,
06-05 A. C. AVERILL, Reglster.
A UOUSTUS IV. aiKAD'S KSTATK.
STATE OF VERMONT, Washington Dlstrict, ss.
In l'robate Court, held at Montpelier, ln and for told
Dlstrict. on the 14th day of July, A. D. 1883 1
Joel Koster. Adnilnlstrator of the ctate of Angustns
W. Mead.late of Middlesex, ln sald Dlstrict, deceased,
makes appllcatlon to sald Court, for llcense to sell all
of the real estate of sald deceased, sltuated ln sald Mid
dlesex, excepUng tbe douer, but lncludlng the homestead
and reverslon ot the dower, represenllug that tbe sale of
a part thereof , except the homestead, U necessary for
the pajment of tbe debu of sld deceased and the ex
peDses of admlnlstratlon of hls estate; and that uct)
part cannot be sold w Ithont lnjury to tbosa Interested ln
tbe remalnder; and that the sale ot the homestead would
lw benetlclal te the wldow of the aforesald deceased.
Whereupon, lt is ordered by sald Court, tbat said ap
pllcatlon be referred to a sesslon thereof, to bo held
at the l'robate Otllce, ln said MontpeUer, on the 3d
day ot August, A. D. 1883, for hearing and declslon
thereon ; aud, lt Is further ordered, that all persons ln
trbsted bo noufled hereot, by publlcatlon ot notlc of
sald appllcatlon and order thereon, Uireeweeka succes
slvely ln the Vermont Watchman A SUito Journal, a
newspaper publlshed at Monttieller, and whlcb olroulates
ln the uelghtiorhood of those uiierested, before said tltno
of hearing, that they may appmr at sajd time anl place,
and, lf they see canst. object thereto.
iiy uie 4.i,irv
P AVKHIIX. Wlstr
PHIM PH WHITE LEAD.
CmcAoo la preparlng to colebrate the seinl
conteuary of lta lncorporation August 10.
Cl" Exi'licit dlrectlona for overy use aie
glven wlth the Diauiond Uyes. For dyelng
mossea, grassea, eggs, lvory, uulr, etc, Only ten
:; Most Body of any Lead Made.
Tho following guaranteo attached to overy packago : " This
)ackagc is wamuitetl to contain nothing but pure WHITE
LEAD, ground in pure LINSEED OIL, and we will givo
ono ounco of GOLD for overy ounco of adulteration it may
be found to contain."
ggf For salo at wholesale and retail by
L. FULLER & SON,
. . . Montpelier, Yt,
Head of State St, . . .
lAVrlto for Clrculur imtl 1,