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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, AXJGUST 1, 1883.
"VVeekly News Summary.
Tiiit Barton flro compnny haa dlsbandcd.
St. Taul'b church In Burlington has a boy
cholr numberlng twenty-four.
Tiie Brattleboro band hnn recelvod Ur np
polntment aa tlio Vermont reglmental band.
rOFKssoit Juiiaii Dana rnptured a blood
vessel ln one of lils fect and U at prosont
Thkkb hftvo beon ehlpped from Bradford
this norton 1,008 cratos or 40,480 quarts of
Tiik convent of Our Lady at Rutland has
been permanently closod. Tlio slsters have
loft for Montrcal.
One of the ploneer merlno sheep-breoder" ln
Addlaon county, Snmner Clark, dled rcoently
nt hls liomo ln Addison.
Ar West Randolph, Frank Belcher, n yonng
tnlll man, who hnd hls flngern gllehtlv cut on a
rlrcular aw a fow daya slnce, dled from lock
jaw. Samtjkl Bahs, n West Randolph gardener,
han plcked elght hundred quarts of etrnwber
rles from one-elghth of nn acre of land thla
A oah load nf keroaene oll en ronte for St.
.Tohnsbury wn burned nbont three mlles from
Swanton vlllage on tlio nlgbt of the 25th.
Loe a 8500.
Tiip.ladles of St. Jnhn's church West Ran
dold, heH a fair the 20th, from whlch they ob
Ulned S250, A Chlna tea set was voted to the
A doo recently drove an anltnal Into a Rtone
wall ln North Shrewsbury and npon belng dln
lodgd lt proved to bo a flne spcclmen of white
Joneh Lnmson & Co., cotton mannfactnrers
of WIndor, and the Jonei & Lamsnn machlne
compnny have been aUached for the benefit of
A haid was made on Town's hotel at Bel
lows Fnlls recently and over one hundred and
slxty gallons of llqiior snlzod. Tho proriretor
threntens that the hotel shall bo closed tlll next
March electlon of grand jurors.
C. J. CrtArsiAN was arrested In Rutland for
belni; drnnlr, and fined A charee of attempt
lng to klll hls wlfn and others has been made
agalnst h!m. When nrreated he had n londed
revolver and a very sharp dlrk knlfe, whlch ho
threatened and attpmpted to use.
J. M. Havf.n of Rutland was declared an In
polvpnt debtor on Thttrsday. and ordered to
fnrnlah schpdnlesofassets aridllabllltieswlthln
slx davs, nfter whlch n meptlng of creditors to
elect an aiwlenee wlll be called No oppo3ltlon
to the adjndlcatlon was raade by Haven.
Duqai.d Stuatit of Peacham beearap Intoxl
cated one day recently. nnd chascd hls wife
from the houan thrpatenlne to mnrder her.
She ran screamlng towards tho nplehbnrs, and
fortnnately was hparrt and rpscued before her
husband carrled ont hls evldent deslgns.
At a reoent meptlng of the Klngsley Guards
of Rutland a thorough Investlgatlnn was made
Jn reeard to the abenco of sevpral of the mem
bers at the time thev were called out to go to
Ely, and all were excnsed, satlsfoctory rea
sons for non-appearance belng glven In every
A son of T. J. Ilubbard of Town's hotel
stables at Bellows Falls was o; gunnlng the
other day wlth a frlend navned Kenrlck, when
a revnlver ln Hubbard's hands was accident.
allv dlpcharcod, the ball paing through hls
flngpr lnto Konrlck's leg. The latter Is com
fortable, but the ball has not been found.
Cajip Frank Ray, Sons of Vpterans of Ben
nington, was rauntered July 23d bv Lleutenant
Colonol F. D. Proctor. There 'were twenty
rharter members and every nroappct of a grnw
lng camp. Captaln Wells'Valentlne and a del
eeate represpnted the camp at the annual
divlslon encampmentat Burlington lnst Thurs
day. A rAMiiA" In Craftsbury Is terrlblv aflllcted.
Thn father has ncanceronhls forehead; two
danghters are rapldly runnlng drrwn wlth con
snmptlon; a son, on whom the farallv has
largely deponcled for support, Is In very poor
health, probably ln consumptlon, and the
mother, worn out wlth labor and anxiety Is
In a maDle grove owned by A. L. Davls In
Hartland. Iia natural curlosltv. Itconslstsof
two manletrepsstandlng plghteen fept apart at
the erround. One flve and one-haf fpet In clr
cumferfince. grows stralght, the other takes the
pftnie dlrectlon three and one-half feet, then
makes a perfect curvo and takes a horlznntal
dlrectlon four feet, from whlch polnt lt mrvps
npward and forms a perfect nnlon wlth lts
Other States and Terrltorles.
TnE Tewksbnry lnvestlgatlon has costMassa
Ttik Arnerlcan Raptd treats the strlkers bot
ter than lt dld Captaln Webb.
Utatt ha 100,000 Inhabltants. 140.000 of
wbora are Mormons, but only 15,000 polyg
amlsts. It Is sald that Brltlsh capltal to the amount
of 830,000.000 went Into Wyoming and Texas
Trra Unlted States has pald lts soldlers8700,
000,000 In penslons. The remnants of the war
RonKnTB. Beatii of Phlladelphla has been
electpd commander-In-chlef of tho Grand Army
of the Republlo.
Enqland has a reserve of 1,000,000 paupera
from whlch to select for " aBsIsted " exporta
tlon to America.
TnE war departmenthasrecelved a telegram
annonnclne the arrlval of General Sherman and
party at Mlssoula, Montana.
Ex-Ti(EAsnnnn Pouc of Tennest!b has been
sentenced for twenty years. and fined the full
amount of the embezzlement.
Mns. Lanotry and hertravelinecompanlon,
Mrs. Robers, salled for England Jnly 24th.
Frederlck Gebhard was on hand to bld her
Teletoonio communication between Baltl
rnore and Washington was formallv opened to
thepubllc July 20 bythe Chesapeake and Po
Dn. Brown-Sequard has dlscovered a new
anscUhetlo whlch destroys sensibility, but not
consclousness or physlcal actlvlty, for an en
tlre day or more.
TnE alleged attempt at asasslnat!on of a
worklng operator at Atlanta, Ga., tnrns out to
have beon merely reckless uso of a parlor rlfle
by smsll boys shootlng rats.
Josn Billinos Is a native of Lanesboro, N.
II., and there he hopcs to be burled. Ile has
directed hls chlldren to mark the grave wlth a
rough stone from the qnarry near by.
Tiie Sons of Veterans have twenty-elght
camps ln Massachusetts wlth npward of one
thousand three hundred members, although
the order has been In exlstence but two years.
The fear of cholera In London ls maklng our
Rovernment alert. Preparatlons have been
made for the strictest quarantine agalnst Lon
don and Llvorpool vessels In cases of necesslty.
Dorino a recent western trlp Rev. Dr. Fulton
of Brooklyn found In one part of Wlsconsln a
beer gsrden thlrtv acres In extent, In whlch
every Sunday 10,000 persons gathered to drlnk
A Dakota paper clalms thit It costs Sll.OOO
for a man to get a moderate outfit for farmlng
ln Iowa, but all a woman needs to run a home
stead In Dakota Is an oll Btove, three hens and
Estimates at the treasurv department, al
though not perfected, Indlcate the posslblllty
of a call for three and one-half per cent bonds
to the amount of 825,000,000 beforo the cIobo of
Tiie annual mectlng of the natlonal clvll
eorvlce roform lcague Is held at Newport, R, I.,
to-day. Mr. George Wllllam Curtis wlll de
llver an addross at 11:30 A. 31., ln the Channlng
In the New England conforenco of the Meth
odlst Eplscopal church there Is only one minls
ter who recelvea as hlgh a salnry as 82,000,
Only flve recelve more than 81,000. Tho aver
ago salary Is about 8SC0,
A tiisi'atoii from Springfleld to the Boston
Herald savss "The storv that Governor Butler
gave Wllllama college 85,000 at the late com
mencement Is without foundatlon. The money
was glven by a graduate."
Tiie qnantlty of logs cut and floated down
the promlnent streams the past eoason Is ostl
matedat 345,000,000 feot. Thls Includes tho
number cut In northern Maine whlch floats
lnto the New Brunswick rlvor.
IIon. Montgojikiiy Blaiii, eldest eon of the
famous Frank I, Illalr, dled at hls residence
at Bllver Sprlngs, near Washington, last Frl
day, aged seventy years. He was post-master-general
of Llncoln's cablnet. Ha leaves a
wldow (a daughter of Judgo Levl Woodbury of
New llAtnpshlre) nnd four chlldrcn. throo sons
and an unmarrted daughter. .
Tiie natlonal soldlers' rounlon at Columbus,
Ohlo, closed last Frlday. Tho nrlnclpal fea
ture was a grand parade, ln whlch lt Is estl
mated that 8,000 people partlclpated. About
150 reglments wero represonted ln tho llno.
Tiie polygamlsts InUtnh wlll not be nllowed,
under the Edmunds blll, to vote for members
of the next leglslature of the torrltoiy, nnd the
commlssloners eipect to carry out tho provls
lons of tho law, Tho electlon wlll be held thls
TnE elght.v-sevcnth annnal courseof lectures
ln the medlcal dopartment of Ditrtmonth col
lege bcglns to-day wlth an address by Profes
Bor Loiils Elsborg of New York, The fall term
of the Thayer school of clvll englneerlng nlso
Fbom January to May, Incluilvo, the num
ber of German omlgrants to thls country was
80,813, as Bgalngt 102,324 ln the eime perlod of
last ycar. The prosppct of an unuiually good
harvest thls year In Germany may have Bomo
thlng to do wlth tho deorease.
A CAniiuan contalnlng the skeletons of
three adults and two chlldrcn slttlng uprlght
under a large tree bas been found near a rond
In Llano connty, Texas. The tree had been
Bhattered by llghtnlng. Tho weather-beaten
appearance of the carrlage lndicated that the
eventhappened a year ago.
TnE (ly-whpel of the englne In the GrBnt lo
comotlve works at Paterson, N. J., broke re
cently In a singularmanner, the rlm remalnlng
Intact whlle the spokes flew all about tho en
glne room. A number of men wero standlng
about at the time, but lucklly none of them
were hlt, The bulldlng was conslderably
A dokl wlth pltchforks was fought at Hlgh
Grove, Nelson countv, Kentucky. Wednesday,
between two farm laborers, growlng out of a
quarrel. One procured a long-handlfd two
prongpd fork and the other a short-handled one
wlth four pronsrs. They fought lt out alonn,
and both are Ukely to dlo without belng nble
to deserlbe the contest.
The treasury department has recelved a re
monstrance from the Brltlsh anthoritles agalnst
the rctnrn to England of three alleged pauper
emlgrants who were going to frlends In thls
country who had promlsed to take care of
thera, nnd whlch emlgrants had shown letters
to that effect npon thelr nrrlval In the Unlted
StateB. The matter wlll be lnqulred into.
Senob Don FiiANnisco Baroa, Spanlsh mln
Ister to the Unlted States, ehot and kllled hlm
splf ln hls rooms ln the Albemarle hotel, New
York clty, between two o'clock and snnrlse
Sunday mornlng. He left letters saylng that
the cause of the act was hls lndebtpdness. He
had llved very expensdvely nt Washington
durlng the two yeare he had been ln thls
A oasr of genulne leprov was presPnted at
the San Franclsco health ofllceon the 14th lnst.
The snbjpct was a Swede, who had the appear
ance of belng forty or forty-flve vears of age,
nlthough he mlght hve been much vonneer,
so utterly does thls dlspase destroy the ordln
ary Indlcatlons of age. He wbb a sallor and is
supposed to have contracted the dlsease ln the
An excursion traln on tho R. W. & O. rall
road wlth n pnglne on each end ran lntna
frelght car whlch had been blown bv hleh
wlnd from a slde track at Carlvon, N. Y
nbout half-past nlne o'clock Fridsv nlght.
Threo cars were completely dpmollshpd and
the others plled in ono great heap. Twenty
two persons were killed nnd thlrty-five
woundcd. Owlng to confllctlng storles, tho
coroner's jury have beon unable to agree on a
A new pnst-ofllce has just been organizod in
Laurens countv, Ga. Several citlzpnswho had
intereted thpmplves In the pstabllshment of
the offlcK, asked tbat It mlght be named ' Hat
ton." Tho department, wlth unaccnintable
modesty replled thatit could not accfde to the
rpquest, as there was an ofTlce of that name ln
thestate already. To thls the reply cme:
"Well, then. snppoae vou call It 'Hatoff. If
youcan'tcall it 'Hntton.'" The suegestion
was accepted and " Hatoff " ls lts name.
TiiEbond call issned last wpek Thnrsday
contalns a new provlslon, whlch is hlghly cnm
mended bv conversatlve bankers. It pfovldes
that Bny bnnd embraced In the call may bo re
deemed prior to maturlty upon presentntlon,
wlth interest to the date of redemptlnn. The
great monpy plnch is In September and October,
when thn new crops are marketed, and thls
clause wlll enable the holders of bonds to re
deem thpm wlth BccruPd interest when the
rates of money In Wall streat wlll pay them to
do so, a privilege whlch lt is anticlpated wlll
relleve the secrctnry of the treasury of de
mands durlng the fall months for finnnclal rn
Hef. gpcretary Folger says he ha 814 000,000
or 815,000,000 of lapsed apnropriatlons In the
treasury to meet the call. On Aueust 1st the
reserve wlll be 83,000,000 ln excess of the llmlt.
He wlll then reqntro but little over S14.000.000
for the remalnderof the amount, and wlll have
thn reeelpts of three months out of whlch to
Kimj Cetewayo, hls wlvcs nnd mnv of hls
chlefs have been kllled by insnrgent Zulus.
Tiie Irish Timet. says James Carev. the ln
former, has nrrlved at one of the Brltlsh colo
nles. PnoFFBson MARsn of Yale college has bnen
appolnted a member of tho Academy of Scl
encos at Munlch.
Seven women nnd chlldren havo been
drowned by the upsi tting of a pleasure boat on
Lake Lngano, near Genevn.
The Guatemala government has made a con
tract with an Arnerlcan cltlzen, nnder whlch
the latter undertakes to Introduce 10,000 Immi
grants lnto the republlo.
Tiie warrant for the extrndltlon nf Rnger
Amero, charged wlth the murder of Mrs. Carl
ton, nt Watertown, was issued bythe Canadlan
anthoritles on Saturday.
TnE Ometepe volcano, sltuated on the Island
of the same name, In Lake Nlcaragna, is in ac
tlve eruptlon, nnd tho people have deserted tlio
Island and gone to the malnland.
Hereafteii the steamshln firnat T!aotRrn U
to bn employed In carrying Scotch coal from'
iuh ronn ro jn rnames. sna wlll be able to
carry about 20,000 tons on each voyage.
Five hnndred French troops in Tonquln made
a sortle from Hanol on the 10th lnst., kllllng
1.000 of the enemy and oapturlng seven pleces
of artillery. The French loss was small.
Infohmation has been rpcelved at the Vat
lcan from New York that tho Catholle clergy
ofthe Unlted States wlll follow tho Instruc
tlons of tho Pope In regard to Mr. Parnoll and
A notion was adopted ln the Brltlsh house
of commons Monday, 282 to 183. that no reso
Intlons be passed concernlng further negotla
tlons between the government and M. DeLes
seps relatlve to tho constrnctlon of n new Suez
A convention between Swltzerlnnd and the
Unlted States, accordlng to whlch any dliTer
pnces betweon the two republlcs are to be set.
tled by arbltratlon, ls abont to be submltted to
the Swlss federal assemblv. The convention
has been accepted by tho Unlted States.
At Coqulmbo. Chlll, the Engllsh nayal
storeshlp Is kept nt anchor. Threats to
blow her nn or slnk her on the part of fenlans
or Invlnclbles have led tho Chlltan government
to grant permlsslon to her crew to flre at any
susplclous boat seon In her vlclnlty after night
fall, Caitain Leitch, commodoro of tho Cunard
fleet of steamers, has dled on board the com
panv's steamer Sarapossa. In the Medlter
rsnran. Ho had been fifty years In tho servlce
of the Cunard company, and took out the flrst
body of troops to partlclpate In tho Crlmean
Jamks Cahey, the Irlsh lnformer, was shot
dead on the stearashlp Melroso, at Port Ellza
beth, South Afrlca. on Sunday. by a fellow
passenger namod O'Dannell. He was taken
Into enstody and handed over to the pollco at
Port Ellzabeth. O'Donnell had evldently fol
lowed Carey from Dublin,
TnEita were thrco hundred and thlrty deaths
from cholera at Calro on Sunday, and four hun
dred nnd forty-tbree at twenty other places In
Egynt on the same day. There has boen a
slmllar mortallty In overy day of tho week.
Alexandrla has furnlshed a large death roll,
The plagne at nresont Beems to be conflnod to
Egypt and the East.
Thk Arnerlcan rlflo tam was entertalned at
Iuncheon by tho lord mayor of London nt tho
Manslon house. A banquet was nluo glven In
thelr honor by the Brltlsh volunteers. The ln
torchange of courtesles was of tho most cordlal
klnd nnd tho supeilorlty of the Amorlcan rllle
men at elght hundred yards, the ranga whlch
Is the best test of skill wbb conceded, Beyond
thls dlstance chance plays an Important part In
the contest, nnd chance nnd EnglMi wenther
by n narrow margln gave the Engllsh teain the
victory, The Amerlcana are young ln rille
shootlng practlce whlle the Engllsh who shot at
TnE report of Mr. Tnke's commltteo states
that ln three months 5.327 emlgrants wpto as
elstod. at a cost of 35,000. of whlch 20,000
was recclvod from government. The commlt
too 'ayslt hones that stnte-alded emlgratlon
wlll bo continued some years, so as to
thoronghly relleve tho congested dlstrlcts. It
says the majorlty of the bnlldlngs vacated bv
emlgrants have been consolldated wlth thoso of
the neighborlng tennnts.
Tiie Engllsh channel tunnel blll has been
nhandoned by the government, for thls sesslon
of pnrllsment. Jcalousylof the 8uez canal com
pany stlll prompts commerclal companlcs and
members of parllament to declare that no nr
rnngpmpnt for the constltutlon of n second
canal whlch shall recognlze the monopolv of
DsLesseps wlll be satlsfnctory. Mr. Gtad
stono has wrltton tn M. DLesseps thanklng
hlm for so freely and amlcably statlng that the
Urltlsh government was not bonnd to press the
provlslonal cnnal agrepment upnn parllament,
Bnd for slmllnrly annonnclng the Independent
actlon whlch he proposed to take ln regard to
the contruction of nnother canal. An nddress
to the Queen on the subfect of the canal has
beon moved by Slr Strafford Northeoto.
Tiie town of Cnsamlcciola on the Island of
Ischla, near Naples, was nhno.it entlrelv de
stroypd by nn earthquako on the nlght of Jnly
28. The neighborlng towns of Fclo nnd Lac
ceameo were greatly damaged. One hundred
persons more or less seyerely Injnred have Br
rived at Naples by stPamers. The shocks
begnn at half-past nlne o'clock. At that
hour a majorlty of tho people of tho npper
classeswore at the theatre. Nearlv all of the
houses ln tbe town collapsed. It Is estlmated
that three thousand persons wero kllled and
many hundred Injnred. Many of the vlctlms
bolong to good families. The hotel Plccola
Sentlnella sunk ln the earth and burled msny
of lts lnmatps. Some of the inhabltants of thn
town escnped to the sea at the first shock, and
mnde thelr way tn Naples wlth tho news nf tho
calnmlty. Tho shock was felt nt sea, and ac
cordlng to some accounts, even nt Naples. A
gentleman who was staying nt the hotel pc.
cola Sentlnella, and who ctcaped wlth hls llfe,
relntes that he only had tlrae to secnre some
candles for use In the dnrkneas of tho rulns
beforo the collapse of the bulldlng A person
who llved near the now rulned bathlng estab
llshment pavs he esoaped from tho plnce amld
falllng walla and balconles, tho terrlfled peoplo
shoutlng, "To the sea." Theground opened
In many places, whlle In other places there was
no movement. Water gnshed out of sprlngs
Several bollers In the bathlng house bnrst.
Tho theatre, whlch was a wooden stnicture,
was llterally opened, allowlng the nudlence to
escapp. At Lacco thero are many dend and
wnunded. At Forio the chnrches were rulned,
but no ono was kllled. At Serrara fiftepn were
kllled. All steamers plying between Ischla and
the maln Innd wero lmraedlately chartered by
the government to brlng the wonnded from tho
Island. The excltement in Italv mav be Im
nglned from the fact thnt there wpre two thou
sand vlsltors In hchla, Includlng wealthy
Roman and Nenpolltan famlllos, and several
deputles who wero taklng the baths there.
The dead nre frlghtfnllv mutllated. In somo
cases corpaes are plalnly discernlble throneh
the rulns, bnt they cannot be oxtrlcated. It Is
snrmlsed that some persons nre still nllve ln
tho cellars. Judglne from repnrts the cnlamlty
wlll infinltely excepd the the Chins earthquake
ln 1881. Thesyndlcof Casamlcclola telegraphs:
The shock came wlth IrresUtlble vlolence, and
was accompanled bv n deafenlng nolso. The
confuslon in the theatre was fearful. Llghts
were overthrown and set flre to the bulldlng
A densn cloud of dust filled the nlr. Crles of
paln and terror wern heard on nll sldes. On
hearlng the shouts of " To the sen,"a general
rush was made townrd the shore. Every boat
and floatlne thlng was taken by nsanlt. The
latest intelllgence from the Island Indlcates
that four thouaand persons were kllled and one
thousand wounded by thn dlsaster. rrnfessor
ralmleri thlnks tho calamlty was not due to nn
earthquako, but to the subsldence of tho
I'laucts in Angust.
The Provldence Joumal thna describes the
posltlons and movpments nf the planets and
moon dnrlng the month of August:
Tenos ls mornlng star, and the last on the
llst to make her appearance abovo the horlzon.
She Is travellng snnth at a rspid rste, belng
nearly tcn dcgrees furthpr south nt the end tif
the month than she wa atthnbpglnnlng. She
Is nnw near Jnpiter. bnt at tho end of the
month she has so nearlv approacbed the sun
that she risesless thanhalf an hourbpfore hlm.
Thn fnlrest of thestsrshas fallen from her hlgh
ostnte nnd presents few fcatures of interest.
Satuhn Is mornlng star and wlns a place at
theheadof tbo roll as the most Interestlng of
the snlar brotherhood durlng thn month,
thoueh he H the second ln hls appearanco ln
thn field. RMnc now soon Rfter mldnleht, he
Is beantlfnl to behold as h threads hls way nn
the relestlal concave, whllo everv succeslve
riclng adds to the brllllancv of hls appenrance
and brlngs hlm earller on the course. At the
end of the month he wlll be seen peerlng
above the horlzon nt half-past ten o'clock.
Jui'Iteu ls mornlng star. Thnngh second to
Satnrn In intorest now, becausn he rlses nearly
three hours later, when the month clns's he
wlll outlilne every othpr star ln thn firma
ment. He may be found In thn constellatlon
Gemlnl, a few deereex south'of Castor and Pol
lnx. though no obaerver who looks upon the
enstern sky wlll fall to detect the princely
planet at a glance. He is travellng towards uo,
nnd wlll soon be near enoueb to reward telo
scopIc observatlon. Astronomers are earnestly
wsltlng for favorable condltlons fo examlna.
tlon. Closo lnvestlgatlon of hls dlso wlll be
madn ln tho hope that somn llght may be
thrown upon thn caun of the tremendous com
motlons that agltate hls chaotlc mass.
Maus l mornlne star, and tnkes tho thlrd
rank in hls contrlbutlons to nnliven the plnn
etarv recnrd of the month. On the20th, at five
o'clock ln thn Bfternoon, he U in cnnjunctlon
wlth Mu Gralnornm, a star of thn thlrd mac
nltnde ln thn constollationof theTwlns. Planet
nnd tr wlll be nearenoneh on the mornlng of
the 30th to repay observatlon. Mars Is one de
gree, four mlnutpo north of thn nearest ap
prnach, but thev wlll bo con'ldernblv farthnr
apart when vllbln nn thn next mornlng. Mn
ls a nnteworthy tar, for it Is near tho ecllptic
or sun's path ln the hnavens, nnd near tho
pnlnt the cnn tonches on the dav of thn summer
soUtlce. lt Is hIko a donble star, lts coinponents
belng ynllow nnd blueln pilnr. An opera-glass
or small telescope wlll aid the observer.
NKrTONK 1 mornlne star. and makes his an
pearance first on the roll. Flvn planet" plav tho
part nf mornlng stars durlng the month. Thoy
rle ln thn followlng order: Neptnne, Satnrn,
Mars, Juplter and Venns, whllo thov retaln
thl order of precedence untll August closes.
If Neptnne were near ennugh, he would now bn
seen rlslng In thn northeast abont half-pat
eleven o'clock ln the evnnlng. Satnrn follows
half an hour after mldnlght. Mars ls only
twenty mlnutes later. Juplter pnts ln an an
pearancn about a anarter flfter three o'clock In
tho mornlng, and Venus closea the llst r half
hour later. Shortly after four o'clock the
tlio planetary quartnt may bo seen maklng
tbelr shlnlng way nmong the stars.
MEnccnY Is nvenlne star durlng the month,
and prenta but ono featnre of Interest, IJo
ls In ronjnnetlnn wlth Uranns on the 24th, at
ten o'clock In the mornlng, belng nearlv ono
degree south, Axboth planets are Invislble,
thn nvent wlll havo to bn observed In the
mlnd's eve. To those famlllar wlth tho move
ments of the planets, tho plctures vlslble to
the fancy nrn not alwavs less enjoyable
than those vlslble to the physlcal eye, whlle
they possess thls advnntnge. that nelther
c.londs nor snnshlne can hlde them from vlew.
Mercurv makes nlmost a p'.unge towards the
south, hls decllnntlon changlng from thlrteen
degrees north at tho beglnnlng to almost two
degrees south at the end ofthe month.
Tiie August moon fnlls on the 18th at ten
mlnutes after elght o'clock. Tho wanlng moon
Is In conjunctlon wlth Juplter ind Venus on
tho lst, nnd wlth Juplter for the second tlmo
nn the 20th, She Is at her nearost pnlnt to
Merourv on tho 3d, and to Uranns on tho 0th,
On thn 21th she ls very near Neptuno. On the
25th she Is In closo cnnjunctlon wlth Satnrn at
thlrty-slx mlnutes after onn o'clock ln tho af
ternoon, passlng one degree three mlnutes
south. In some portlons of tho globo, botwoen
thlrty-two degrees nnd aevnnty degrnos south
decllnatlon, nnd where tho dark sldo of tho
earth ls turned toward tho lessor lumlnarv.
the moon wlll bo seen to occult Satnrn. Thls wlll
be thn fifth occultatlon of Saturn that has oc
curred durlng tho year, Tho moon completes
the planotary clrcult by her conjunctlon wlth
Mars on tho 27th.
Tiie planetary kaleldoscopo Is notbrllllant
In colorlng, nor nbundnnt ln varlety as the
August days roll on. But there Is alwnyH In
terestlng materlal to reward planetary study,
even when tho recnrd Is cnmpnratlvelv un
eventful, Thoso who rlso In the mnnll houra
to bahold tho mornlng stars, noto thelr devjous
Bteps nmong the hosts of heaven, and observe
thelr near nriproach to tho stars lylng In thelr
pathway, wlll bear testlmony to the lovellncss
of the starry picturo. ndmlre tho many phasea
tnlrfln nn hir nnr lirntfiA- aM.l ...-.- ,
be impresBed,wlth tho power and wlsdom of
nio Kiuit niuunett ui wonus wno noins In
placptho planets and the swarmlng myrlads of
rules tho falllng raindrops nnd the mlat of tho
Cetevrnyo's Advcnlurotis Cnrcor.
Our forelgn coluran contalns news of the
P J." 'Hs occunipd aconsplcuous plnc'e
t.MA T . '""y oomn fliricn nnn lias nt
tracted a great deal of publlo attontlnn. Tho
llOfltnn AniWftti,- ii.. t .
noc utts mu luiinwinz flKPtcU ot
nnArfCr: . C0tfWJ,VO WARth0SOnof PftllHft, !
.tlltl tlBtlnn nrnii 1 . fu f . , . . I
. uuum oriiun Airicnns
tne iCnlu Nnpoloon. Hn succoedod In organ-
1 T 'uc,lni nrm" Bna sunjectingall South
i VZoJ0, "r .rulft' nna" wl,en llB was mnrdered,
In 1828, hn left to hls brother Panda slxty na
tlons nshlsubjects. Upon tho death of Panda,
in 1872, Cetewayo nscended tho throne. Ho
was dpscrlbed nt that time aa a negro whose
color was almost Jet blaok. Hls eves wero un
tisuallv large and brllllant, hls forehead,
though brond for that of a Kaftlr. was very
recedlng, nnd tho lownr part of hls facn denot
od a detprmlned and brutal nsturo. Ho was
cruel to hls wlves and overhearlng to hls sub
jects, but hls father had left hls power so well
guarded that Cetewayo hold hls people well ln
hand, and when tho war In England beean. he
Biiffered very little from de.ortlons from hls
ranks. Tho Zuln war of 1870 was caused by
the detcrmlnatlon of England to havn the
boundary llno betwepn the Transvaal and Znlu
land, as defined by Slr Bartlo Frero, respectpd
and malntalned. Hordes of Znlns werecon
stantly pushing over the llno. and mnklng a
sanlts on the natlves of the Tranvaal, nnd fi
nally Iird Chelmsford sent to Cetnwayo thn
ultlmatnm of hls govornmpnt. Thls demnnded
that the nlu army should be dlsbanded and
only callcd togpther in time of nctual war;
that persons nccuscd of crlmn in Cntpwnyo's
klngdom should bo nccordpd n fair trial lWore
belng executPd , and that women shnnld he nl
lowed to marry without waltlng for the Klng's
consent. Cetewayo decllned to accept thesn
terms nnd prepared for.war. The firt great
battln was fonght on Jnnuary 21, 1870. when
the Klng fell upon a large detachment of
Lord Chelmsford's nrmv and utterly routed
them, kllllng a great number and taklng many
prlsoners, who were ruthlessly slauehtnred.
A savago warfare followed. in wbich thn Brlt
lsh wpre decoved Into nmbnshes and kllled,
and flnallv General Slr Garnet Wolselev
was sent from England to takn commnnd df
the nrrny. "RAfnro he renched the finld. how
ever, Lord Chelmsford gnlned b great victory
over the Znlus, at Ulnndl, nn Jnly 5. General
Wolsnley made shnrt woTk of the war. and ln
Angust Cetnwayo, with twenty-hreo followrs
was a fngltivn in tho wllds of Zululnnd. One
of the saddest evnnts of the war was the kllllng
of Prlnco Iouls Napoleon, who had gone tothe
front to take hls flrst lessons In wnr, nnd was
kllled In a reconnolsance. The Zulu klng
was rnptured by strntngem. He was haughty
and dlgnlfied. and only nsked to hn shot, Thls
bnon was dcnlnd hlm, nnd ho wantnken toCapo
Town and confined in nn old mlll-houso abont
four mlles from the town. Ilero he was al
lowed tho llberty of two farms, embraclng
about 1700 acres, from snnrlsn to sunset. He
was kept a prlsnner In thls place for nearlv
three yoars, until August, 1882, when he ws's
tnken to London, nnd hero he was made nnltn
allon of, belne vlslted by lords and ladles,
nnd treated wlth dlstlngulshed conslderatlon.
Hls board blll was no small Item of expenso to
the government, for hndeveloped a great fond
ness for Engllsh roast heef, and It was reported
that he cnnsumed elght hnndmd pounds of
solld meat on tho voyngn from Capn Town to
Sonthampton. It was flnallv declded to rnstore
Cetewayo to hls throno. bnt he was forbldden
toralseormalntalnannimy. and the pnndltions
made in the nltlmatum before tho Znln war
wern vlgorously Impnscd, W!th thn addltlnnal
condltlon that he should be suhject to a llmlted
Brltlsh dlmctlon In hls manaeeinentof Internal
nffalrs. He accepted the terms gratefullv. nnd
nn September 1 last he salled for Capo Town.
He wss relnstated as Klng of Zululand on Jan
uarv 31 wiih great ceremonv, hut many of tho
lPading chlefs expressed thelr dlssatlsfactlon nf
tho Brltlsh trms, rtnd It was forpseen that
trouble would soon cnme upon the restored
Klng. Cetewayo was amapslve. powerfnlman.
wlth very lsrge hands and feet nnd broad
shonlders. He was about forty-flve years
old, and woro a small beard and a sllght
A TnAOEnv in the iJirKiiiAL IlAnFji at Con
sTANTlNOrLE, tmnslsted from the orlglnal
French of the anthor, Lella-nanonm, ls named
from thn hldeons llttln eplsf de In hnrem-llfe
with whlch It opens. It m'ght with more wls
dom bn rallnd n romantlc hlstory of the deimsl
tion of Snltan Abdul Aslz and thn fortunes
whlch ralsed the present Snltan to the throne.
We liavn no idea that It is other than a " faith
f nl and graphlc dellneatlon of Moslem socipty " ;
bnt it ! an emlnentlv nnwhnlosomn nnd cor
rupt suhject wlth whlch to deal. There Is no
very promlnent plot ln the ntory. bnt much in
cldent. and n short appndlx of some value.
New York: Wllllam S. Gottsberger & Co.
TnK PnisxFj8 Amkue Is the lattst No Name
volnmn. It is a tale of the closn of thn last
century. the sceue belng the borderlnnd be
twppn Germany and Francn nnd the actors
cbl'fly persons of nxalted Boclal positlon. It Is
ln thn autoblogranhlcal form. and Is wrltten
slmply and agreeably. Tho old usagnof match
making fnr reasons of statn. Irrespectlve of the
personnl feellresof the indlvlduals immedlately
concerned. is lllustrated in lts methnds nnd re
sults, but by n succssful device all ls caused
tn turn ont well at last. It Is a story of more
than ordlnary Interest, nnd it presents a dls.
tlnct picturo of a state of societv of whlch
Amerlcans nnver knnw mnch. prnctlcally, and
whlch fortunately no longer exlxts anywhere as
lt formerlv was. Roberts Brothers. Prlco 81.
Tiie AroDT Atlantio contalns A Roman
Slnger, chap'nrs thrnn and four of a new serhl
storv bv F Marlon Crawford, Biithnr of"Mr.
Isaacs:" Tho Trustworthlness of EnrlyTradl
tlon, Rv. Brooke Herford; The Countrv of tho
Lolre, Henry James; The Hare and the Tor
tolso. a short story by Sarah Orne Jewett;
Acadomlo Socialism, Herbert Tuttle; Remlnls
cences of Thomas Coutnre, Ernest W. I-ong-fpllow:
In thn Old Domlnlon, plctnres nf Vlr
glnln llfe nnd charactPr. by F. C. Bavlor; Study
nf aCat-blrd, OlivoThorno Mlller; Around'the
Spanlsh Const, Charles Dudley Warner: New
port, chapters 111., iv.. v., of n new serlal Btory
bv Georgo Parsons Latbrop. Othor esavs,
poms. revlews and contrlbutor's club. Prlco
thlrtv-fivn cnts a nnmber; 84 a year. Hnngh
ton.Mlfllln & Co Boston; 11 East 17th street,
Contents of the August Ctnturv : Portralt
of AlnhonBe Dandet, engravpd by T. Johnson;
Bnb Whltn, the Gsmo Blrd of America. by Al
fred M. Mayer (wlth lllnstratlnns) ; Thy Wlll
Be Pone, a pnem by Stnart Storne; Songs of
tho Sea, by Henry S. Cornvlll, L. FrankTooker,
Ilenry Ames Blood, and ChrlstopherP. Cranch;
Alphonse Daudet. by Henry James; A Rose, n
poem by Helen Gray Cono; Qnallty, To-mor-row.
by Robort Underwood Johnon; The Pres
ent Condltlon of the Mlsalon Indlans In South
ern Californla, by II. II , illustratlons bv J.
Fennell; Muslc in Nature, by R. K. Munkit
tieck: Carlyle, bv John Bnrroughs; TheVoIce
of I), G. R by Edmnnd W. Gosse; The Oldest
Clnb In America, by Rnbprt Adams. Jr. J At the
Mlll. bv E. C. MessPr; Under the Ollves, by E,
D. U. Bianclsrdl: Mr. Watts at the Gronvenor
Gallerv, bv G. W. Prothers; The Bread-WIn-pprs,
I., Tho Sllk Dress Story. by James I).
Hagun; A Womnn's Renson, VII., by W. I).
Howells; Nlghts wlth Unclo Rpmus, II., by
Joel Chandler Ilarrls; Parndlsn Regalned, by
Ellzabeth Slhler; The New Mlnlster's Great
Opportnnlty, by C. II. White; Lovo Poems, by
Lewis Barnaval; Toplcs pf the Time Cancus
Refnrm, Vlcarlous Bennvolence, Vagrant Par
sons; Opon Letters What Is tho New Tho
oloev? by Washington Gladden: American
Holldays, by Charles W. Ward: Dld "Aboll
tlon" Abollsh 7 by I.eonard W, Bacon; Brlc-a-Brac.
Youit liealth depends on tho purlty of your
blood. People who reallze this nre taklng
Ilood's Sarsaparllla wlth tho best rpsults,
TnE Now York Commerclal Ath'ertiscr says,
"Thero Is need ota soclety to prevent Im
modesty of bathlng costumos " at Long Btanch.
COLOIII.ESS anu Cou) A young glrl deeply
regretted that Hhe wns so colnrless and cold.
Her faco wbb too white, and her hands and
feet felt as though the blood dld not clrculato,
After ono bottlo of Hop Blttors had been taken
she was the rostest nnd healthlest glrl ln the
town, wlth n vlraclty and choerfulnoss of mltnl
gratlfylng toher frlonds.
Always ln n llurrv.
Every mornlng thonsands of men In vlclnlty
nf largo cltles and towns hurry from thelr
houses nnd tako thomselves to the nearest
rallroad statlon, It frequently occurs that
when a man Is tho most hurrled, a traln Jnst
rolls lnto tho statlon as ho comes In elght of lt
several rods nway, consequently he runs pell
mell and plunges through the gatoway and Into
the traln completely exhaustod, wlth hls heart
beatlng llko a trlp hammer nnd porforralng lts
functlons wlth great dlfllculty. Tho hurrylng
man passes through theso oxperlences dnlly
and tho qncstlnn nrlses whether thls Incessant
runnlng to catch tralns Is not a more potent
nnd genornl factor In produclng heart dlseaso
than has boen mipposed. On thls polnt n
promlnent clty physlclan aayRi "There Is un
donhtedly a connectlon, Tho bane of our
American llfe Is lts ceaselecs hurry whlch ln
duces nervons dlseases and cannot oxert a
favorable Influence upon tho nctlon of the
heart. And thls ospcclal matter nf hurrvlng
to catch tralns Is ono that dnllv nffects thon
sands of men, some of whom havo hearts thit
flf not Bjund. Therefore thev nre Injurcd by
tnis sudden and vlolent stra'ln. and exposo
tliemselves to gravo dangers." The same snb
jectls further dlccussed bv nnother emlnent
physlclan, who says: "That great care is
ncccssary In matters of thls klnd for ppople
who are snfferlng from heart difilcultles, elther
Jatent or dnveloped. Thero are among the
business nnd professlonal m"n of New York
thoe who aro moro or less Rflllcted wlth some
form of heart dlsease, whlch In mnnv cases has
been Induced by sovere attacks of rheiimatlsm
or kldney dlseaso. A caso of heart dlsease
cannot be attrlbuted alon toascendlngstalrs.
Of course the first effect of runnln? or rapldlv
ascendlng Is shnrtness nf broath. Tho legs and
arms movo qnlckly. whlle the mntlon of the
heart Is slower nnd does not catch up. Bv thls
a load of blond from thn llmbs ls snddenly
thrown upon the heart beforo It moves rapldly
enongh to dlspose of It. Thls burden suddcnly
put npon thn heart and the temporarv conges
tlon In the lungs, cause Imperfect actlon. nnd
the vlctlra exnoriences what Is known as short
ness of breath. Thls s the effect upon a per
son runnlng up tho stalrs of the nlnvated rall
road statlons to catch tralns. If thn heart Is
perfectly sound thls over exertlon wlll not pro
dure dlseaso. But thn thonsands of persons
wlth weak hearts should movo ctrefully, and
mlss a trnln rather than make themselves un
comfortable. Theso affectlons of the heart are
known to be very frequent They are taken
In tho ageregstn to bn lnferlor only to con
sumptlon In fatallty. Ont of more than flve
hnndred dlssectlonswltnessedbv the renowned
Dr. Clendlnnlng, abont on-thlrd presented
slgns of heart dlsnase. Dr. Graves' nf Concord,
V TT ln nMnalnn l.t- II TT 1. T) 1 ., L I.
....... ir,.,.iK ,i,n linill Ibruinkltr
glvps a groat rellnf If not a declded cure. The
i contlnupd demand for lt, wlth stntements com-
ing from sonrces entltled to nnbnnnded con
j fidnnce, would wsrrant nsln recommendlng lts
nse. even If wn dld not know lts valnable In-
gredlentB, nnd thelr Bdaptablllty tn these
I trnublns. Mr. F E. Ingalls of Concord ls solo
j Arnerlcan Bgent for thlsprnparatlon (whlch csn
bo nbtalned st nll best drugglsts). nnd wlll
send on applicatlon Dr. Graves' treatlso on
I the subject;
! Thk Phllndelphla Times says it is about as
safe to fight dnels all day as it is to go on an
j Lnstfad of feellng tlred and worn out, In
stpad of nches and ptlns, wonldn't you rather
j feel frpsh nnd strnne? If you contlnne feellng
: ml.oprabln and good for nothlnsr vou have onlv
I yourself to blamo, fnr Brown's Ir'on Bltters wlll
surelv cure yon. Iron nnd cinchnna are lts
j prlnclpal Inerndlents. lt is a certnln cure fnr
i dvspensla, Indlgestlon. malarla, weakness. kld-
npy. Inng and hpnrt affertlnns. Try it If you
, dpslre to bo healthy. robnst and strnng nnd ex-
perience lts romarkablo curatlve qualltles.
I Mu. F. A. Br,AKE, Windsor. Vt. , says: "I
have been pntlrlv nnrcd of dyspepsia by the
nseof Brown's Iron Bltters."
I Rf.v E. A. SrniNfi, Corydon. Iowa, savs. " I
i usPd Brown's Iron Hltters for general 111
, health, nnd found lt to be of great help torae."
iiik rRuwHynni rne unnea otates nave a
debt of 80,500,000,000.
ftlfLv tho Dlamond Dyes more colorlng Is
glven for 10 cents than In any 15nr25-cent dyes,
and they givn faster and moro brllllant mlors.
Wells' "RouonoNConNS." 15c. Askfnrlt.
Complete, permanentoure. Corns, warts, bun
ions. N. C. Pebhy, Esq , resldlng at 252 Hanover
St., Ilnstnn, Mass.. gays: " Ellls' Spavin Cure
hns curnd two of the worst cases of tcind-gallt
1 ever met
"That awfnl tlred feellng gone," say all
who ne N K. Brown's Iron nnd (Jnlnlne Blt
ters. Sold by C. Blakoley, Montpelier, Vt.
Flies. roaches, nnts, bed-bngs, rsts, mlce,
crows. chlnmunks, cleared out by " Rough on
Da. Bknson's Skln Cnrn Is without a peer.
It conslsts of both externsl and Internal treat
raent and costs only Sl per package, at
Accipenth and how to deal wlth them. and
other valuabln medlcal lnformatlnn wlll be
found In Dr. Kanfmann's creat medlcal work;
eleennt colored plates. Send two three cent
stnmps tn pay postaen to A. P. Ordway & Co.,
Boston, Mass., and recelve n copy free.
Hop Platters are clenn, sweet and pleasnnt to
use. Fresh hops comblned wlth balsams and
gums. Moro powerful than any other porous
plasters. 25 centa.
"BDcnr-i'AiiiA." Qulck, complete cure, all an
noylng Klduoy and Urlnary Dlseases. One
Mk. E. G. Ref.d of Boston. says:
" One of my horses hod FMulout Withers, the
ulcer belng very larg and deep. Ellls' Spavln
Cure has cured hlm."
"7iP0iiWn'f be. wtthout T)r. ?pnon'. Celcru
and Chnmomile pilU if they cost Sl a pill. Tliev
cured me nf neuralrjta ofnine years Mandtny,"
.Toseph Srivde, Paxlons, Penn. 50 cents per
box, at drugglsts.
Mai.aiua fmm tho nndrained Pontlne
marshes, near Rome, ls a terror to travelprs.
Aypr's Ague Cure ls an nffectual protectlon
from the dlseaso. and a cnrn for those who
have become lts victlms. It works jnstasef
fectually In malarlal dlstrlcts on this sido of the
sea. Try lt.
Rf.v. C. F. Brookb says that his little glrl Is
tronblnd wlth malarla vnry severely and that
slnce he gavn hnr Sulnhur Bltters, ho never
thlnks of leaving New York for hls snmmor re
sort without a few bottles, for thoy always
cnro hls famlly and are far Bupertor to qulnine.
Stinoivo. irrttstion, Inflammatlon, all Kld
nev and Urlnary Complaints, cured by "Buchu
Paiba." One dollar.
Human Blood. On the purltvand vltalltyof
thn blood depend the vlgor nnd health of tho
wholn systpm. Dlsease nf varlnusklnds isofton
only the slgn that nature Is trylng to removo tho
dlstnrblng cause. A remody that glves llfeand
vlgor to the blood, eradlcates scrof ula and othor
lmpurltlps from it, as- Ilood's Sarsaparllla un
doubtpdly does, must be the means of prevont
ing many dlseases that would occur without
lts use. Sold by dealers.
A CLEitQYMAN, whose llfe was almnst a bnr
den to hlm, from n long course of snfferlng he
had nndergone, through thnt dreadful dlsease,
catnrrh, traveled through the East. Beeklng
from tho old Bnd skllled dnctors of Arabla,
some remedy for this terrlble dlsease. He
was fortnnnte ennugh to corae across one, who
presrribed for hlm, and who, after ho was
cured, gave hlm tho reclpe, whlch has slnce
I saved so many. The reverend dlvlne, on hla
death-bed. beqneathed tho reclpo to a frlend,
who ls wllllng to send lt free of charge, to all
I sufferers who de-lro It. Address, J. Lawronce,
250 SchPrniPrliorn St., Brooklyn, N. Y
Fll Term Ik-kIih WednenUy, AnKint 53, 18M. X
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of iluily fur coltee or buslneK. Lotvitton aml facllUiM
r zcellent. A full wrp of leaclier. For CataloKut. Ad
drw JIKNKV l'JCIUST, Unrre, Vt.
Wasliington County 1
Don't forget llin old Unt on Staln Hrtct, oppolt
the Court lloute called
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Ihe awretent mHodlea ln the worlu, rianlatlon Jn-
WA)l SONOJ. (Mpp.ita pareri 60 centa boardii 75
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The ncdersljned, havlng beon appolnted br th rtonor
ahle l'robato Court for the DUUlct of Itandolpi, Com
mlaatoners, to recelve, ezamlne, and adjaat all clMma
and detnands of all persona atralnst the eatate ot' l'lu
vlna Jlartln, iate of Yt'UUamatown. ln ald Diatrlct.
deceaeed, and all clalrna exhlblted ln otfaet thereP.
bereby irtTe notlce that we wlll meet for the punwM
aforwiald, at the late realdence of l'luvloa Martln on
the 20th day of September and 20th day of HeceuiWr
neit, from one o'clock. l 31., untll four o'clnck, P. M..
each of aald dava. and that alx montha from the 27th dav
of Jnly, A. 1). 1S33, la the time liuilted by aald rjourt for
aald credltora to preaent thelr clalrna to ua for exawloa
tlon and allowaucn.
Dated at Wllllamatown, thla 27th dayof July. A. D. 1SS3.
07-09 C. A. UAILEV, 'Commlsalonere.
TIM'THY.T. IinHISAKD'S ESTATK.
STATE OF VEHMONT, Washington DlMrict, aa.
In l'robate Court, held at Montpelier, ln aald Dlatrlct.
on the .llat day of Jnly, A. D. 1883:
K. V. J ewett and Oeo. W. Keed. Kiecutora of the laat wlll
and tmtament of Tlmothy J. Hubbard.lateof Montpelier,
ln aald Dlatrlct, decwiaed.preoent thelr admlnlatratlon ac
cpnnt for examlna tlon and allowance, and make applica
tlon 1 or a decreo of distrtbutlon and partltlon of the eatate
of aald deceaaed. Whereupon.lt la ordered by aald Court,
that aald accouut and aaid applicatlon be reforred to a
aeealon thereor, to be held at the l'robate Offlce. In aald
Montpelier, on the 17th day of Aueust, A. I), 1863, for
heartng and declalon thereon i And, It la f nrther ordered,
tbat notlce hereof be glven toall peraona InterMted, by
pnbllcatlon of theaame three weekaaacceaatvoly In the
ermont Watchman 4 tt Journal, a newapaper rnb
llahed at Monttieller, preTlooa to aald time appolnted for
hearlng, that they may apnear at aald time and place,
and ahow cauae. If any thev may bave, why aald account
ahoold sot be allnwed, aDd ancb derree made.
By the Court. Attt,
07-09 A. C. AVERILL, KeniBter.
H ANNA II finMKrtVHLE'S KSTATK.
STATE OF VERMONT, UUtnctof Waahlngton.aa.
In rrobate Court. held at Montpelier, ln aald Dlatrlct,
on tho 21th day ofJulv.A.I). 18831 '
Joaeph Hoinervllle, Adiulnlatratorof the eatate of Ilan
nah Somenille, late of Duxbury, ln aald Dlatrlct, de
ceaaed, preaenta hla admlnlatratlon aocount forexamlna
tion and allovanc. and rnakea applicatlon for a decree
of dlatrlbutlon and partltlon of theestateof aald deceaaed.
Whereupon, It la ordered by aald Court, that aald account
and aald applicatlon be referred to a aeaalon thereof.to
hebeld at the l'robate OrHce Inaald Montpelier, on the
llth day of Auguat. A. D. 1883, for heartng and declalon
thereon : And, lt la further ordred, that notlce hereof be
gtven to all parKons Intreated. by pnbllcatlon of the aame
three weeka auooeeslvely ln the Vermont Watchman A
State Journal, a newapaper publlahed at Montpelier,
prevtoua to aald time appolntnt for bearlng, that they
may appear at aald tlmo and place, and ahow cauae, lt
any they may have. why aald account ahonld not be al
lowed and Buch decree made.
Bythe Conrt. Atteaf,
06-08 A. C. AVEKILL, Reglstcr.
STATE OF VERMONT. Dlatrict of Bradford, aa.
In l'robate Court, hnlden at Vi'eat Fairlee, ln and for
8.1 hl Dlatrlct. oa Uie 27th day of July, A. D, 1833 1
Mr. Ellzabeth Weat.Onardlan of Orant Wea,amlnor
over fourteen yearaof ce, realdlng ln Strafford, In aald
Dlatrlct, niakM applicatlon to aald Court (or llrenae to
aell her aald ward'a lritrot ln the home farm of hla late
father, altuateln Strafford, and contalnlng abont flfty
acrea of land, repreaentlng that aald aale would be for
tbe beat lutereat of her aald ward, aDdla neceaaary to pay
lda exiwnea, Wherenpon. lt la ordereil by aald Court,
that sald applicatlon be referred to a aeaalon thereof.to
l.e held at the l'robate Offlce, In aald W'eat Fairlee, on
the I8II1 dav ot Auguat, A. D. ItS3, for bearlng and de
clalou thereon; and, It la further ordered, that all per
aona latereated be notlfled hereof, by publicatlon ot
notlce of aald applicatlon and prrter thereon, three weeka
aiicceaalvely ln the Vennont Watchman, a newapaper
publlahed at Montpelier, Vt., and whlch clrculate In the
nelRhborhood of thoae lntereated. before aald time of
hearlng. that they may appear at aald time and place,
aud, lf they aee cuuae, ohject thereto.
11? the Court Vttret.
ALVA1I BEAX, KegUter.
UOIISTIIS tV. MKAIVS KSTATK.
aiAir. or vtiKJiu.-ST, waaningtou Dlatrlct.aa.
In l'robate Court, held at Montpelier, tn and for aald
Dlatrtrt, on the Uth day of July, A. D, 1683 1
Jpel Foater, Aduiinlatrator of the eatate of Auguatua
Vt". Mead.late ot Mlddleaex, ln aald Dlatrlct, deceaaed,
makea applicatlon to aald Uourt, for llcenae to aell all
of the real eatate of aald deceaaed, altnated In aald 'ld
dleaex, eicepllng the dower.bnt Includlng the houieatead
and reveralon of the dower. repreaentlng that Ihe aale ot
a part thereof, eicept the lionKanad. la neceaaary for
theiayinentof the debta of aald deceaaed and the ex
lnaei of admlnlatratlon ot hla eauttei and that ancb.
part cannot be aold without inlury to thoae lntereated ln
the remaluderi and that Ihe aale of the homeatead Mould
l lienellclal to the wldow of the aforeaald deceaaed.
Whereupon, It la ordered by aald Court, tbat aald ap
pltoatlon be referml to a aeaalon thereof, to be held
at the l'robato Olllce, In aald Montpelier, ou the 3d
day of Auguat, A. I). 18S3, for beenng and declalon
thereoni and, lt la further ordered, that all iwraona ln
tereated Iw liotltte.1 hereof, by pnbllcatlon of notlce of
aatd applicatlon and onler thereon, three weeka auocea
alvely ln the Vermont Watchman A Slat Journal, ti
newaiaper publlahKt at Montpelier, aud whlch clrcnlatee
ln the uetghnorhood ot thoae Intereateil. before aald time
of bearlng, that they mav appear at aald time anC place,
and, lf they aoe cauao, object thereto,
lly the Conrt Alteat
05-07 A, C, AVKttlLL. IU1tcr.