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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUJRNAT,, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1883
"Weekly News Summary.
Bellows Fai.ls wants nnotlior bank.
Anotiirh qulto Borlous flro occurred at Lud
Two Brattleboro doctors rccently attended n
pet pug dog ln ltg last slcknoss.
F. W, Jamks of Starksboro has beon flnod
81,600 nnd costs (or selllng llquor.
C. D. Williams o( Bondville has bought ln
two weeks, '2,400 pounds of rcd raspborrleB, pay
lng 8123 (or tliom.
A uattlksnakk rneasiirlng four foet two
Inchon was kllled ln tlie vlclnlty of Skitchawaug
It 1 sald 1). B. Smalley, Eq., of Burllogtoo,
was on tlio paper o( hla uncle, Bradley Barlow,
totho extontof 850,000.
A paiity of Barton peoplo, numberlngthlrty,
havo gone to tlie Adlrondack reglon to enjoy
camp ltfe for a few dajB.
Tiik St. Johnsbury gavlnga bank liolds
816,000 of Barlow paper, whlch is well eecured,
and on whlch tboro can bo no loss.
M. R. Giia of Hyegate shlpped last week
thlrty-slx tborougbbred Jersey' helfeni and
bulli, one yenr old, to Burlington, Kmsas.
A Miis. Davison of Danville has boen finod
ten dollars and coBts for abustng the chlldreu
Of the man for whom she was keeplng house.
1-rUsatd that the late Dr. Uarrlneton of
Pittsford, had a llfe pollcy ln tbe Vermont
Llfo Insurance coinpany of Burlington for
Two housea near St. Johnsbury occupled by
Hlchael Burke nnd Panl Gulnet wore burned
the Hth lnst. Most of tho contents were saved.
Hor plcklng hasbegun ln Troy a Uttlo carller
than usual on nccount of mold and rust. S. lt.
Davls, tlie largeat hop ralser ln town, haa
nbout thlrty hands ln liis yard.
Tiik new ateamer Tlcnndcroca. whlch la bc-
lng bullt by the Champlain trausportatlon com
pany, ta tano tue piaco oi tne uanousKi on
Lake George, haa been successfully launched.
Tnrs Vermont spirltuallsts began a four-
weeks' camn-meetlne at Queen Citv uark, Bur
lington, Thuroday, tlie openlng addrpss belng
aenvereo. uy oirs. fanny u. amitnoi iiranaon
Ciiahles Bockwood shot hla Bon-ln-law,
Joseph jj. Ilenienwav, at uurlington weunes'
day nlght, when Hemenway undertook to
force an entrance to Kockwood's liouso to see
JosKvii Dhothehs of Swanton, eleven years
ofage, whlle followlngbls motlier and eome
others tbrough the Portland and Ogdensburg
rallroad bridgo trlpped and fell tbruugh and
An elght-year-old son of George Brooka of
Norwich was drnwned ln the Connecticut rivor
at Ilanover. N. H., tlie lfith. He fell from the
boat, whlch was tled to the bank. Hls body
haa not been found.
Tiie Ely mlnestockholderB meet on the 24th,
nnd nrobablv a recelver wlll be apnolnted.
There la a standlng offer of 5250,000 from n
Boaton party, whlch, however, la but a small
part or tne originai lnvestnient.
Aust Sally IIaiuub celehrated her nlnety.
first blrthday at her West Brattleboro home
last week. About two hundred gueHts tat
down at tho banquet ln the yard. Four genera'
tlona of the fatnily were repreaentod.
TmtElylloe nnd Fork Co. havlng contmti'
plated moYinp: to pome other place ln St. Johns'
bnrv. or outaide of the state. have flnally set-
tled down contentedly ln Summervlllo, and are
now repalrlng and lmprovingtneir worna.
Aunt Sally Stockwell of Brattleboro, ln
hnr one hundred nnd fifth vcar. la nuito feoble
and nnable to slt up much. U la thought that
ehe cannot live many days, tliougti on Beverai
occaslona slnce she passed her one hundredth
blrthday she haa been criticaiiy bick ana aiter
ward inlly recoverea.
Vekmont la the heaven of old boota. At
Burlington an old man boaata that he has worn
one palr lor twenty-mree years, DUt uipcain
Orln Abbey, one of SHddlebury's oldeat resl
denta. iroes hlm one better. clalmlng that he
has worn a palr of boota more orlesa for thlrty
years, anu tninKatiieyare wortntapping again,
L. W. Johnson. thetelecraDhoueratorwhose
negllgence ls aald to have caused the recent
colllslon on the Troy & Boston, at Pownal,
when elx llves were loat, waa arrested laet
Wednesday nt Ilooslck Fallsand taken to Troy,
He oleaded not culltv to the charae of man'
slanghter nnd denied that he waa responslble
for tbe accldont.
Tiie milla at Bellows Falls are closed for a
few daya, that the canal company may put ln
new gates. Tlie woric la carriea on at nignc oy
the ald of electrlc Ilchta. and attracta creat
crowda, and wlll requlre about ten daya to
tinlcli. uesldea tma woric, aixjui siziy
dwelllnga are bulldlng.
Tiib town of Wilmington ls considerably
Btlrred up over a $10,000 llbel suit brought by
a local clerevman acalnt a younc doctor nnd
townaman for defamatlon of character. It Is
a culmlnatlon of a Dettv scandal that has aal
tated societv ln that Dlace for .1 nnmber of
months and has developed lota of bad blood and
S. G. BrtowN of Swanton, loat flve valuable
yountr cattle recontlv by their coine into a field
where had been lett for the nlght n box of parla
green juat as it had been mixed with plaster
for uslng on potatoea. The cattle found the
box and licked ud enough to ciuae their deatb
although some of them llved twoor three days
aiter eatlng tne poison.
A younq and DrosDerous cltlzen of Cornwall
was out purchaslng aheep the 15th, and when
he returned home he found that hla wlfe had
iled. In hla absence ahe had plcked up euch of
the houaehold trarmlnca aa he wnnted and
had them conveyed to the denot, where ehe
took n traln and started for the West. It la not
known that there la any Becond man in the case,
A tkam belonclne to Merrltt Bureeaa of Ben
nlngton came to the rallroad atatlon at North
Bennington for Daaaencers. A locomotive
frightened the horaea bo that they became
unmanageable, runninR deiperately down the
track for an elghth of a mile, overturnlng the
carrlage and demoUsnlng it. Ine Uorsej under
took to jump a barbed wlre fence. One of
them wna tmpaled bo thntseveral large wounda
needed to be sewed up.
Thb body of Tlmothy F, Griawold, a well
known cltlzen of Burlington, was found on the
shore ol Lake Champlain, lust above tliat clty.
Wednesday eyenlng. He had annarentlv been
ln the water about two houra. It la not known
whether he waa drowned by accldent
drowned hlmaelf. He had been in the insur
ance bnainesa raany years, was unmarrled and
for a year past had been in poor health.
A Cornwall correpondent says the apple
crop in that part of the county ls almoat a fail
ure. Tliia belng the bearing year for most or
charda, farmors looked for n bountlful crop, as
the treea blossomed very full; but many that
have usually aold from fifty to one hundred
barrels wlll be obllged to get their anpply else
where for wlnter use. Pluma are to be very
plentyj trees seem to be over-lnden wlth frult,
end many hnvo to prop tho llmba now.
K. X. PouTEit of Burlington has two patenta
on a mortlao door lock. The interior of the
lock ia made of four pieces and there la not n
aprlng about It. The alngle cntch take the
place of a latch, a lock wlth key for elther slde,
a nlght latch, and a burglar proof bolt. The
bolt Is carrled forward byn welght, thm dolng
away with apringa, and is moved back to open
tho door by a knob ln the uaual way, The
locks wlll be put on the market as foon as a
company can be formed to manufacture them.
HmiOLAus blew open the Woodstock poat
ofllce aafe, TueBday nlght, the 7th, nnd got
away wlth about 850 worth of Btamps. The
noiae tney maae caussa nn aiarm and tue
thloves fled, loavlng raonoy and other valua
bles on the lloor. One man was ahot at, but
escaped wlth tbe loss of lantern and hat. Tho
men Btole tho toola they ueed from a black
Bmith'a Bhop ln tho village, and they wero evl
dently not profeaaionala. Susplclon falla upon
a couple of etrangerH who had been hanglng
about the place for a day or two.
Eumund L. Undkhwood, an employe in the
repnlr abops of tbe St. Johnabury nnd Lake
Champlain rallroad at St. Johnsbury, waa in
atantly kllled laBt week Tueaday mornlng. He
waa engagod In lowerlng one end of a rack car
by meansof a jack, and tho welght of tho car
cauBed the dog whlch governs the jack to give
way, throwlng up the levor, whlch struck hlm a
tremendous blow, brenklng hla neck and caua
lng lnatant doath, He leaves a wlfe and three
daughters. Two other employea in the shopa
havo recently been knocked over ln tho same
way, nnd aerloualy brulaed.
In Bennington, an hourortwoaftermldnlght,
as aeveral young men were alowly wendlng
their way home they dencrlod a white oblect
in the mlddle of the road on Maln atroet, Just
below the Baptlat church. The thought of n
ghoat at once suggeated ltaelf, but the young
men bravely stood their ground and deter-
mlned to aolvo thla myftery, Tnrntng Into tho
roadwny they grappef tho sllent tntruder, nnd
teragntzed tho fenturea of n well-known bual
neaa man of somnambullatlc hablts, and clad
u only n alngle nlghtrobe. Ab poon aa tlio
leep-walker dlacovered hla pllght he bounded
iff on tho homo stretch at u rnte of speed that
Maud S. mlght well cnvy.
Otlicr Local ltlcs.
A man has dled ln Qnebec of Canadlnn
Mli. Si'UUQEON ls ln Scotland Btifferlng wlth
Tiik Grand Unlon hotel nt Saratoga was
damaged SfiOO by flro, on tbe 10th.
Tiik Prlnco of Wnlea has contrlbnted ilOO
townrd tho fund for the rellef of the BUlterora
Tiik nroildent of n St. Louls atreot rallway
company has beon lmprlBonedfor runnlng cars
Cai-tain IluoiiiM savs he wlll rortalnly at-
tempt to swlui the whirlpoil raplda at Nlagara
itinn ten daya.
A statk liosDltal for colored lunatlca haa lust
been completed nt MilledgevlUe, Ga. It con
talns flve hundred rooma.
Tiik St. Louls Ilenubltcan asaerta that sum-
mers In the Weat are becomlng cooler, whlle at
the East they are becomlng hotter.
Onk of Forepauch'a elephanta atepned upon
tho foot of a niptlc nt Blnghamton, and tho
Bbowman aettled by paylug hlm 8100.
Danikl F. Bkatty of Waahlncton, New Jor-
ev. tho irrnat oman bullder nnd ndverttsor.
was thlrty-flve yeara old on Tuesday last.
SfEclALS from fortv countles ln Georgia nnd
lorlda Btato that lf the droucht contlnuea the
cotton crop wlll probably be thlrty to fifty per
At Wnrren. O . tho aecond nattonal bank
closed lta doora tho 17th. K. M. I'ltcli. tho
cnahlcr, la reported a defaulter to tue ainount
oi 5 iu,uuu or eu,uuu.
Tiik returna of tho New York rallroad com-
mUaloner ahow that for the alx montliB ended
AiiBUnt 1st, 1G0 personB wero kllled nnd 141 in
jured on the rallroads of the state.
Tiik hsaex aavlngs bank nna foreclOBOd a
mortgage of 870,000 on St. Mary'a church at
Lawrence, Mass. The property la to be cold nt
nuctlon, Tlils la a portlon of the Augustlnlan
80dety s property.
Tiik town of Botcawen. N. II , Iibb celehrated
the ae.qul-centennlal. A granlto memorlal
marklnc tbe Blte of the first church erected ln
1730 was proaented to the town by promlnent
natives oi noscawen.
Tnnouoii the Instrumentallty of the man-
agera ot tlie " country week vacation, glven
under tne ausplces o tne young men s cliri"'
tlan unlon of Boaton, 1,400 childron have al
endy enjoyed sliort vacation tbls eeason.
ATChnrlotte. Mich.. on the rnce courae tho
trotters uaytnond nnd llauker Kotliaclilld ran
into eacb other, Raymond waa kllled and the
otner dangeroualy liurt. r.iglit thouaand dol
lars bad been refuaed for the horse whlch was
Tnu cotton crop ls ln an unpromlslng condl
tlon. It was too cold ln May, too wet in June
and too dry in July. Stlll, (bo resulta cannot
uo accurateiy propnesled untll tlie critlcal
perlod, from August to October, has been
C. E IlKATn of Chlcopee. Mass.. rode down
Mt. Washington from the Summlt house to the
Ulen house on a trlcycle. Ihe dwtance, elcht
mllea, waa made lu fitty-five mlnutea. The
prevlous record on a blcycle, over tho Bamo
road, was an hour nnd tlfteen mlnutea.
Tiik moat fevero ralnstorm ever known In
central Nebraska ttruck Grand Isle the Hth
The National hotel waa ahattered by a thunder
bolt, and several gueata were prostrated by the
electrlc fiuld. A nnmber of barna were struck
by llghtnlng and destroyed. The damage to
cropa wiu exceeu 5iuu,uuu.
Hanlan won the race at Lake Washacum.
maaa., f riaay, in tuirteen mlnutea nnd lorty
seconds. Hosmer waa second ln thirteen rain-
utes and forty-three Beconds and l.eo tblrd iu
thirteen mlnutea and ortv-livo and one-half
seconas. ine course wns auout two tniies,
There were 0,000 spectntors. Courtney. Plais
ted and llamm were entered, but lalled to
William H. Vandkiuhlt ls ponular aiuonc
the atudent waltera at the Gleu House In tho
White Mountalns. When hls party left for
Saratoga laat Mouday he left a clieck for
83.000 to be dlvided into " tloa " of S100 each
for the walters"aaa token of admiratlon for
tbe pluck nnd energy dlsplayedby the atudents
in trying to overcome the obatacle encoun-
terod in the puraultsof acollegiate education."
Stuto Teinpcrniico Camp Jleotiut; at
The fifth annual assembly of the unlon tem
perance camp meetlng of tho state was held
at Morrisville last week and haa probably
been the most enjoyable Berioa ever held. Tho
grounda used by the temperance peoplo are
rented for a tenn of years by the Morrisville
camp ground nsaociation and on tlieso grounda
eacn year, are lieid tiie meetlngaol tneMethod
ists of the St. Albana dlstrlct. For a number
of weeks tlie Good Templars, membersof the
associatlon nnd Methodists, have beon at work
maklng great lmprovementa on and about the
grounds, whlch haa resulted In the thorough
ntting up oi everytning to make lt as conven
lent nnd aa plensant na tnlght be for the large
nurabors to attend the meettnga. The clrcle of
tents and cottages la much larger than ever be
fore. All old aeata have been removed nnd
the grounda occupled by them handsomelv
graded and new Beats bullt in fine ahape, and
enoueh of them to comfortablv seat two thou-
sand or more. Several fine cottages have been
ndded nnd n large additlon made to tho gen
eral boardlng house under the charge of C. F,
Randall of the Amerlcan House, Hyde Park.
Ihe grounda are rlght by the slde of the St
Johnsbury and Lake Champlain railroad, where
a commodtous covered piatrorm has been
erected for the better accommodatlon of trav-
elers. Taking lt all ln nll the sltuatlon and
aurroundlnga are as pleasant as could be de-
Btred and equai to any camp ground ln tho Btate.
luesday mornlng brought llne weatherand
a good number were enrly on the grounds,
compieting camp arrangementa, etc, au in
good apirita on account of the gplendid morn
lng nnd tho prospecta of a good nttendnnce.
At two p, m. wna held tho flrst meetlng. A
cholr under the direction of Kev. J, It. Bartlett
of Barre, with Fred Chapman of the same placo
aa cornetist, ana wltn organ accompanlment.
was present on tne piatiorm, openlng tma as
weu as au ottier meetings wltn aeveral Belcc
tlons, and throughout the ainglng wuh uioat
excellent. Presldeut W, J. Johnson of Watef
bury preaided and announced that Kev. S.
Clemena of Brunswick, N. Y.. the expected
apeaker ot the atternoon, had not arrlved, bo
aoverai ot tue oietnodlat ulergymen present,
inciuaing ueva. ityoe oi uerKauire, weage
wortli of Bakersfield. Clarko of Enosbureh.
Uoberts of Swanton. Donaldson ot Johnson.
and Preaiding Elder Morgan of St. Albans were
cailed upon and rosponded wlth ahort speeches.
i ueaaay evening itev, ii. a. spencer oi aiont-
pelier addressed a good audlence in well choaen
remarka, hls thcme belng tho importance ot
creatiug ana cnntinuing n proper sontlment ln
regara to tlio llquor question.
Wednesday mornlng also opened pleasant.
Inrgo numbers nrrlvlng from the east nnd west
In traina. At half-past ten a. m. came the
mornlng aervlce, opened by prayor by the Hev,
idchard Morgan, rrosldent Johnson waa
cailed homo Tuesday nlght. nnd Kev, II, A,
Spencer waa ln the chair. Kev. A. J. Hough
oi wtiite uivor junction waa not present to
read hls poem, and Mra. J. K. Barney of I'roy.
idence, K., I , then addressed the large audi
enco at considernble length, her remarka belng
very interostlng. ihe meetlng was closed by
benedlctlon by Hey, 1', N, Gringer of St.
Johnsbury. Wednesday nfternoou nt half-past
two i m. nn nudlence of two thousand or more
had nssembled to attend the chlldren's mass
meetlne. whlch wna nddresaed by Mra. J. K
Barney of Provideuco. Key. S. Clomens havlng
arrlved, followed Mra. Barney In n stlrrlng
apeech. Kov. Clemena was on tho Morristown
Methodist Kplscopitl chargo Bomo forty yoars
ago. Wednesday evening musio was furntshed
by tlie Morrisville cornet band. whlch ndded
much to tho occaslon; their aervlces wore glven
gratia. ltev. A. ll. Kondlc. U.D.. of Lvnn.
Mass., was theu lntroduced to the audlonco.
nnd those present wero treated wlth, as somo
thought, the moat reasnnable, aound, scliolarly
nuuress oi tue aories. it certainiy was most ox
cellent, everythlng about lt waa to tho polnt,
and utterod ln the eartest manner it could not
but lmpreas tho audlcnco wlth tho Importance
of tho temperance work,
Thursday mornlng was also pleasant. At nlno
A. m, the members of the Woinen's Chrlstlan
Tompornnco Unlon held a meetlng whlch was
well attended by that eiement. 1 he meetlng waa
addressed by Mrs. Barney, President Johnson
was ln the chalr at half-past ten A. i., haviug
returned from Waterbury last evenlog, Kev,
O. A. Brown, D.D., of Boaton who waa to opoak
at tlils hour waa not present, lteva. Clemens
and Kondlg wero cailed lor nnd uoth gave
rpeechoa of a half hour In leugth, There waa a
go )d audlence present, and lnrgo addltlons were
made ution tiio nrnvai oi tue traina nt noon
from tho west nnd east Thursdny atternoon,
nt hnlf-past one waa held the nnnual meetlng
of the aasoclatlon, oyer one hundred nameafor
tlio naaoclatlon wlth the nccompanlng fee of
81 belng obtalnod, Tho nomlnatlng committeo
Hppolnted by Preaident Johnson reported tho
following llst of ofllcera for the ensuing year
nnd tho llst waa aubacquently accepted nnd
ndoptcd, and tho varloua ofllera ot tbe aarao
declared elected : Prealdont, W, J. Johnson;
ylco-pte.ldente, I. P, Booth, U, II, Place, U Mor
gan, u uwon, l,. uiimanje;:ecutivecommittcoa,
w. ii, iivao, 1j. reari, J. ii. uariieit, l, uil-
man, k, u. stnrtevant: aecretary, U. L Storyj
treasuror, C. W, Wyman; flnancocommlttee, P.
K. Gleed, W. L. Pearl, J. Ii. George. At half
paat two lu tho afternoou the regular nfternoon
aervlce wna opened by prayor by Hey. Obor of
Lyndon (Jenter. I'resldent Jolinson tlien ln
troduced ltev. W. C. Steele, U.U., cbaplaln of
the home of refugeea of Now York, Mr.
Steele'a addrrs; waa liatened to attentlvely by
n large congrcgatlon, nnd Is hlghly apokon of
by all who hcard hlm. Thursday eyonlng tho
largeatevoning audlence gathered at half-paat
Beven to listen to Honorable Neal Dow of Port
land, Malne. Mr. Dow belng lntroduced by the
prealdont, made all hla addresa In a buslneaa
llko manuer nnd rtcolved warm applauae at
lrequent lntervais, inore a no oouut uut wnat
Geueral Dow can talk tcinpernnce, nnd more of
it insldo oi a glven tlme tnan any otlier man ln
the country. Hls sneech waa cut sliort bv tho
arrlval of tho tralnB. Throughout the serlca
the nttendanco was good and very good order
observed. The annual Methodist camp meet
lng opened on the sauie grounda tbe following
Tho Efirtliqunke at Isehln.
The European newspaoers contain lonir dl-
patches nbout the frlglittul oalamity at Ischla.
A aurvivor tiitis uescriuea tlie aliock ln a then-
tre: Many of the aurvlvors owo their cscape to
uaying ueen nt tue iime in ino ineave, altuate
at a fortunato dlstanco from xtone walla. It
was a slicht temporarv ennatructlon of wnnil.
coyerod wlth a velarium of canvaa. Senlor
blovannl U.islnl ol Artzzo who was present ln
It, pasited through liomo lnst nlght, and tho
louowing is taxen iroin a ocacriptlou clven hv
hlm tolie Capitan Fracassa: "It wna nbout
llfteen mluutes past nine when my friend pro
posed that we ahould go tho theatre. At the
halMiour tho curtaln roso; but scarcely wero
the first words of the coraedy apoken when we
felt a t-emendous aliock, nnd I waa throwu
several feet forward aud fell headlong. Imag-
lno, ntiue same iime, n roaring noise, llke that
of a beavy rallway traln rusbiug at full aoeei
on to an Iron brldge. Whlle the ahock lasted
tne ground rose and lell llke tho so i durlng a
atorm. What immedlately followed I cannot
tollj everythlng weigtis upon ine stlll llke tlie
nlght lncubns, llke a liorrible drcam. I re
member only that wo were a heap of hmnan
belngs tumbled together: that the petroleum
lamps had been tbrown down and were settlog
tlro to the aoats: that for a moment we endenv-
ored to oxtinguish the lire, and then out we
rnshed ln a torrent. I next remember holdlng
on to tbe trunk ot a tiee, and, on casting my
eyea upwara, i anw ns unincues were tilled
wlth human belngs who had clambered un.
Piecea of wood were plled together to llght
uouures on mo enoru aa a Bignai lor nelp. I
saw all round au indescribably atrango crowd
women in their nlght attlre only, old men In
their dresslng-gowns, and naked chlldren.
Durlng tho nlght half-clothed women wern
rushlng madly about llko furiea nmong tlio
rulns, with torchea ln their hands, calllng
loudly for their dear ones. Everv now and
then n pqualld, unknown figure. with evea
wuuiy siriug, wuuiu rusu up to one, asklng:
' Have you ceen my huaband?' 1 Havo vnn
seeu my aon?' "
Une ot tho most pathetio Incidents ls that
respectlng Count Scrgardl, who escaped from
ine wreck oi tne uotei riccola Sentlnella,
where ho had beon staylnc with hls blster. On
recnvery from the iirat shock ho resolved to
make an attempt to rescue her, and for three
hours he worked among the debrls, all the
wuue cHiung out tne namo oi uis slster. He
worked on, even wlth bleedlng hands, nnd res'
cued eleven persona. At lenirth he heard tlw
voico of hls hlstor, who falntlv anawered liis
call. He made a despeiate exertlon to get near
her, but fell and broko hla leg, and a few mln
utea later the aiater heraolt oxplred. Prlnce
Glustlnlanl Badinl and hla Bon had amarvelous
etcape. The prlnce la descrlbed a8 havlnc
been Beated ln a room in the hotel, playlng
cards wlth a circle of friends. Hls son was at
the window drawing a moonllght scene when
tbe table was auddenly overturned, and the
falllng lamp Bet fire to the carpet. At the
same moment the prlnce'a aon exclalmcd: " An
earthquakel Siye yourselves." When the
shock waa felt tlie wallH of the hotel rocked
and opened, but the party managed to reach
the door, and rushed outslde amidst the clouds
of BUlphuroua dust. They were appalled by
what had happened, and remalned amid the
rulns uutil daybreak.
The following ls a correspondent'a descrlptlon
of a vlslt to the scene of the dlsaster ; " Ve
left Naples n few mlnutea after ten, nnd ar-
nvea nt our aestination suortiy aiter twelve.
After aorae Bteep cllmblng I reached the epot
whero Caaamlcclola once stood. Tho olace
conslsted of a few groups of houses nbout two
nunored paces irom tne sen, out, owtng to the
steepness of tho road, it requirf d half an hour
to get there. It further Included a number ot
detached housea and small farms. I could see
before landing that the place had been de
atroyed; but tho slght I wltnessed on reachlng
the llrat terrace surpassed my first apprehen
Blona. lt was one heap of rulns, with not one
bulldlng left standlng. The beautiful Hotel
ueiievue, once visiuie a long dlstance from the
Island, haa entlrely dlaappeared. I dlscovered
the Hotel Gran Sentinella. The Btablea alone
remaln erect. All the inmates appear to have
perished, Doga and ducka run about the
wreckage, acarcd out of their llves. Mllltary
englneers, ln blue and yellow unlforma, nnd
lnfantry aoldlera are at work wlth plckaxe and
spado. Twelvo corpsea, covered with atraw
matting, are lald out in a row. a aoldler tells
mo that they are all men, and that I shall see
more further on. I arrlved nt the second ter
race. The jmtslon near the Hotel Gran Sentl-
neua is iikewiso in ruina. iiere tne slgbt la
really terrihle. A largo number of dead bod
iea He strewn upon the ground, fearfully mutl
lated, wlth crushed heada and tom-oll llmbs.
n apectacle too slckenlng to dwell upon. There
ia no lack of elther doctors or drugs. A aan-
Itary column arrlved by the first boat from Na'
piea, and tnepiiystcians ponltontlary establish'
menta at l'roclda and llairno were also sent for
Presently I came up to the rulns of the Hotel
lieuevue, only the outhouaea oi whlch have es
caped destruction. Ilere I estlmate the num'
ber of wounded at about one hundred, all ln
civlllan drcss. uead cattle He about tho gar
den, where there are also aeveral llve coats.
The wreckage of the hotel la belng actlvely
cieareo away, as it is neuoved that n large
numoer oi poopieare ouried ueneatu lt. Many
inlured have alreadv been taken out. A few
havo beon tescued wlth mere acratchea, after
spenaing noura in mortai tcrror unuorground.
aome oi tue corpsea uoar no trace ol any ex
ternal iulury, and were eyldentlv auffocated
If tho disaater had occurred during the dav.
many mlght havo been saved. Tho work of
salvage only began ln good earneat ufter tho
arrlval of the troops. The natives themaelves
wero qulte helpless, nll tbe local ofllcials belng
appareniiy among tne yictims. iuo uath-
housea and hoapitai aro all ln rulns. tho pa
tienta belng elther klllod or bidly injurcd, I
went back from the Hotel Uellevue ln tho di
rection of Ischla, and soon reached the llrst
housea, most of whlch are detached and sur-
rounded by their own grounds. I dld not see
n slugle one left standlng. As those oeasanta'
dwelllnga aro sltuate'd somo little dlstance from
each other, lt la uot so easy to couvey assls
tance to them. Dead and inlured lle acattered
about evorywhere. In aoine Instancea the
neasants themselves lend heln. but I foar that.
as an englneor olllcer Informed ine, one-half of
tne resident ponuiatlon and almoat nll tho vls
tors havo perished. Tholatter were nirtle.
ularly expoaed, aa they llved ln atone-built.
houaea aud haa retlred to tholr lodglngs when
iuo eannquaKO occurred. many were sulter
lng from paralysls, rheumatlsm, and gout, and
could maue uo attempt to eacape, whereaa n
number ot poaannta got eafely out ot their
Colonel Cordlo do Monteslmolo haa Informed
one correapoudent that the numbor of vlctims
la at leaat 0,000, Tho stateuient that certain
phenomena promonltory ot au oarthquako had
been obierved by tbe peasanta ls contlrmed.
Tho season was, however, at lta height, and
coneoiiuoutiy tue circumsiance waa kent secret
Several peoplo wore dug out allve from the
ruiiiB, somo oi iiicm naving ueen tllty hours
uuderground. The Syndlc of Caaamlcclola
reporta that four days betorn the cataatropho a
dullsubterrnnean rumbllng waa heard tbrouzh-
out tho Island, but no one gave any thought to
lt. Ktng Humbort Immedlately vislted the
scene ol the awful calamlty and made hlmaelf
fnmlllar wlth nll tho clrcumatancea of tho oc
curreuce. rersonally he dlrocted tho work of
rellef and reacuo nnd contrlbuted tothonmellor
ntlon of tho condltlon of the BUff erera.
Tue eecrot of tbe tinlveraal aucceaa of
Brown'a Iron Blttera la owlni? to tho f act that
lt Is the vory best Iron propnratlon made. By
n thorough and rapld aaslmllatlon wlth the
blood lt rcachea eyory part of the body, glylng
health, atrength nnd euduranco to every poi-
uon. iiiua ueginning nt tno louiidauon it
biillds up nnd rcstores loat health. . It doea not
contain whlskey or alcohol It wlll not blackeii
the teeth. It doea not constlpato or cause
headache. lt wlll cure dyapepsla, indlgestlon,
heartburn, aloeplcssness, dlzzlneas, neryoua de
blllty, woaknoss, ctc.
Dr, I. C. MoLacoiilin, Wolfesylllo, N. 0 ,
saya: I uaed Brown a Iron Bltters for vcrtlgo
nnd 1 now foel llke n new raaa."
Dit. M. J, Davib, Lewis, Iown, says: " Brown'a
ron lllttora clve the best of aatlafactlon to
those who usoTt."
Govehnoii Blackiiukm of Kentuckv has
pardoned elght hundred and forty-flve crlm-
Wasiiinoton. D. C. Mav 10th. 1880. Ocn-
tkmen Havlng been a Biifforer for a long tlme
from nervous proatratlon and general deblllty,
1 was advised to try llop llltters. 1 navo taien
one bottlo, nnd I have been rapldly getting
better ever Binco, ano i tmnK it tue best men
lclne I ever uaed I am now galnlng atrength
and nppctitn, whlch was all gone, nnd I was ln
despalr untll I trled your blttera. I am now
well, nbie to go aijout nnd do my own work.
lieioro taking lt, l waa corapietelv nrostrated.
Mra. Mary Stuart.
110 N T 1JIK IN TIIK HOUSK. " KOUgll OU
Kats." Clears out r.it". mlce. Illos. roachoa,
bcd-buga. FKteen centa.
Jones svs his wifo la better than ever slnce
usiug rs, k nrown a iron and wuinine niuers.
Sold by C. Blakeley, Montpelier, Vt.
" Dn. Bknson's Celerv and Chamomile Pilla
for tho cure of neuralgla nro n success." Dr. G.
P. Holman, Chrlatianburg, Vn. Flfty centa nt
Stinoino, Irrltatlon, Inflammatlou, all Kld-
ney and Urlnary Coinplalnts, curcd by "Iluchu
" Ellis's Snavln Cure la an Invaluablo prcp-
aration and crirci, aa lta proprietora clalm it
doea, writea b. 1). Mllla, No. 0, Unlon Market,
Ladies should wear a Ilon l'latlcr over tho
arnall ot the back, as lt cutes nll palna nnd
aclies. iwenty-llve centa at any drug ttore,
All ready to apply.
How to mltlgato the toll of wash day during
these hot aummer montha ls wortli knowing,
we are aaaured that James Pyle's 1'oirllne doea
lt effectually wlthout the sllghtest danger to
the llnest fabrlca.
Thk Boston Stur says Dr. Kaufmann'a great
book on dlseasea, lta cauaea and home cure
with flno colored platea. la the best work ever
publlahed. A copy wlll be sent free to any-
bOdy wno fenda two three-cent stamps to pay
postage to A. r. Urdway & (Jo , lioston, fllass,
When the blood la Imnure, or wheu lt Isthln
and cold, good health ls imposslblo. Under
auch condltlons boils, plmples, headaches, noti
ralgla, rheumatlsm, and onodisease after nn
other ls developed. Take Avcr's Saraaparilla
and lt wlll make the blood pure, rlch and warm.
Wklls' " liouon on CoitNS." 15c. Ask for
lt. Complcto, permanent curo. Corns, warts,
"Myskin, whlch has been covered icith mahj
sores, has bfcome clean, smooth and mt as a
ladn't. My hands were cotiered wilh little dry
scabs. They have dlsappearcd and l'm better
than I have been for twcnty years, usinrj Dr,
Henson's Skin Cure." A. M. Koble, Selma,
N. C, July 3, 1882.
Scuofula. A mediclne that deatroys tbe
germs of Bcrofula nnd haa the power to root lt
out la nppreciated by tho afllictcd. The re
markable curea of men, women and children
as deecribed by teatimonlala, provo Hood's
Saraaparilla a reliablo ruedlcine contalnlng ro
medlal ngents whlch eradlcato Bcrofula from
the blood. One hundred doses Sl. Sold by
all dealers. C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mnsa.
" I am hapiiy to say," writea W. C. Morrill,
0 Tremont atreet. Boston. Mass., "that
Kllls's Spavin Curo ia the best lu the market.
lt cured my horse of a largo lione Hjiavln, after
other linhnents. etc, had falled."
Skikky JiEN. "Wells llealth Kenewer re-
stores health and vlgor, curea Dyspopsla, Im
potence, une douar.
How unpleaaant lt ia to see a beautiful
chlld's face dlsficured wlth vile liumora, burat-
Ing through the akin In pimples, blotchea nnd
sorea, nnd sadder stlll, when the young nnd
Innocent nre laughed at and twitted in all auch
cases, parenta Bhould give them that good and
pure remedy, Sulphur Ultters, whlch wlll
search and drlve out of the blood every par
ticle of humor. IieaUh Gazette.
A clkhov.man. whose llfe waa almost a bur
den to hlm, from a long courae of suff erlng he
had undergone, through that dreadful dlseaae,
catnrrh, traveled through the Kast, seeking
Irom the old and akllled doctors 01 Araoia,
some remedy for this terrible diaease. He
waa fortunate enough to come acrosa one, who
prescrlbed for hlm, and who, after ho waa
cured, gave hlm the reclpe, whlch haa aince
aaved so many. The revorend divlne, on hla
aeatn-oed, bcqueatned tne recipo to a inonu,
who ia wllllng to send lt free of charge, to all
anff erera who dealro lt. Addresa, J. Lawrenco,
250 Schermerhorn St., llrooklyn, N. Y.
Hay-Fevkh. For twentv veara I waa a suf-
ferer from catarrh of the head and throat ln n
very nggrnvated form, and durihg the sumnier
montha with hay-fever. I procured a bottle of
Kly's Cream Balm and after a fow nppllcationa
recelved declded benellt waa cured before the
bottle was used. Have had no return of the
complalnt. Charlotte Tnrker, Waverly, X. Y.
Onk and one-half bottlea of Klv's Cream
Balm entlrely curerJ mo of hay-fever of ten
yeara' standlng. Have had no trace of it for
two years. Albert A. Perry, Smithboro, N. Y.
Since boyhood I havo been troubled wlth
catarrh nnd hay-fever and have been unable to
obtaln permanent rellef untll I uaed Kly's
Cream Balm. It haa cured me. K. L. Cllck
e ner, New Brunswick, N J. l'rlc tlltv centa,
Washington County Grammar School,
te if ijii i wmm
The FU Terin of Washington County Grammar School and tho Montpelier Uuion School
wlll begla MONDAY, HIU'TIMIIIKU 10, 18811, under the direction of 11. K. I1UOWN,
A. M asalatod hy a comiietent eorpn of tenchers. (Jood courscs of otudy, iiiul thorouKh
liis'riictlon. Younp men well llltcd lor coIIckc Tultlon ln all grades only 85.00 per
torm. Studenta on tho llne of tho Montpelier & Well ltlvor rallroad can ohtaln ncason
tlckets at greatly reduced ratej and board at home, For further parllculars addresa tho
rrlnclpal, or CUAHLKS II, 11KAT1I, Eq., Chaliman of the Commlttce. 10-ia
In Mnnttieltnr AnsnHt 16. tv Itnv. K. 11. Mnnn. mrW
W. Samlera nnd .Mrn. Allce (Inge, bott ot I'mi Mont
Ieller. In Hrrinnrlfld. M..Auaut IS. K. H. Ailnlt ani! Mlllln
A, L'larf of Ilurllniiton,
In Wnlervlltn. Alwmtll. II. L. Ilumpll uf Wafnrvllln
and Aunle McCaiTerpy of St. Albann.
In llerlln. Auunt 19. Iiv Hev. A. l.a1d. Henrr 11. 1'ratt
of Uarro And May M. Knipron of llerlln,
In Walerlmry. Angmt 11, liy II'V. H. II. Wliceler, Kzra
C. Clark of Duxbury and Nclllo Mantlleld of Waterbury,
ln Itnllipl. Aiiifimt 14. bv Ilev. K. (lerrv. Ilr. (!barlpR A.
Kernliaw and Karab 1, Webider, botliot Lawrence, Masd.
N. T. Wbltaker.
i-fiwaru ij, nfxjjjins oi liaococit,
Malne. and llinma J.
Waldron of Warren,
ln Northfield. Aiiuml 1J. 1,t ltev. .1. V. llemtn. liev.
Merrlll llllclirock of Wella and Clara 1, Ileinln, riaugbler
ot tbe olllclatlnii clerxyman.
In Cabot, Augutt 11, -Mr. Harah Klng, 3.
In Cbeliea, Augunt 10, Uubbard Ilette, 76.
In llarre, Augutt 20, Calvln Dcnmnore, M.
In Ilrattleboro, Angunt II, Ann Nelleney, 41.
ln Cliurclivllle, Augunt 13, Oeorge Kaylor, Jl.
In Sudbury, Augunt 11, Mra, Wllllam lltinter.
In Knlrliaven, Augut 16, M, Augunla Ilaldwln.
In llrandon, Augnt 11, .Mra. Mary F. llyatt, 91,
ln Sprlnitfleld, Auguat 11, George H. Kandall, 61.
ln Jamaica, Auguat 12, Mra.J, K. Knowlton,"6.
In Kulland, Auguat 10, Mra. Sarali M. l'atcli, 11.
In Wlluilngton, Auguat 10, Mra. Mary Hallou, 82,
In We-t Hradford, Auguat 11, Mattle Cowdrey, 3.
ln Sprlngfleld, Auguat 11, Mra. Kmtna I, CooV.fi,
In Ilmllngton, Auguat 13, AO'lle Ieona I'onell, 18.
In St. Johnabury, Auguat II, K. I,. Underwood, M.
ln Center Itutland, Auguat 10, Marla K. Ituane, 21.
ln Sbedrarn, Auguat II, Mra. Atny l'ayne Naah, 8t.
In Ilennlngton, Auguat II, Mra. Jennle It. Hatet, 24.
In South Ityegate, Auguat 11, Aleianiler Xelaon, 81.
ln llarnet, Auguat 11, Mra. Kllzabelh II. (lllflllan, 73.
ln Uurlington, Auguat 10, LauraX. Lewia, 6 tnontb".
ln Weat Randolph, Aug. 12, Mra. Laura I Ailam,Ml.
In Weat Itutland, Auguat II, Mra. Julla A. Faxon, 78.
ln Ilrattleboro, Auguat 16, Parker S. Adama, 10 inonlba,
In Shaftabury, Auguat 10, l'eter Van Alatyne, about iio.
lu South llarre, Auguat 10,(leorge McKellow,abont 47.
ln WeU Ilurke, Auguat 7, CharlesTbornpaon, about 6'J,
In Hradford Center, Auguat 10, Mra. Suaan A. McDuf-
In Fayton, Auguat l'J, Mra. Cornella (Somervllle)
lienry, : ii.
In Colebrook, N.H., Auguat 10, Jobn llalley of St
In Lower Cabot, Auguat 14, Sarah Orant, wldowof
In Cabot, Auguat 16, Mra, Cellna Coburn, wlfe of An
aon Coburn, 711.
In Iirfer Waterfortt, Auguat 12, Mra, Clarlsaa (IIol
brook) Chniuberltn, 8.
In Uolton. Auguat 10. Jane Vella, wlfe of tbe late
i;nanea ieuaoi uaiuonuge, o(j.
In Chelsea, Auguat H, of rreeplng paralyals, Lucy
(May), wlfe of Newell lllxby, 6).
lnllardulfk, Auguat lo, of tvphold fever, Mra. Alzlna
larna.wueoi iutatu roiaoin,(.r
ln ChePea, Auguat 17, of heart dleae, Jane (Malhewa),
wiie or ine uuu .nurew uuanaier, t.
In llarre, Auguat 20, bv liev. V. M. Klmniell, W. II
iiiDlonu anu r lora t. 3ieaKer, uoin or n.ure.
ln Middlesex, Auguat 11, Mra. Mary IIubtard, wldow
or me laie neinun iiuuuani or .Montpelier, oi.
Iu aterburv, Augnat II. llelen Spencer, lnfaut
uaugnier or r, ii, anu .11.
. C. Wbeeler, 10 montha.
MIDDI.KllURY. Tbe market waa rather duHer than
uaual. Tbe heat butter aold at 2)a 1 Ib ; egga, 20o fl
uozn; poiaioea, wc fi uuanei.
UICIIMnNll. Untteraold here at lia20-W fh. wlth
atnde hlgber for fancy. Cbeeae, 8H1M"?' lb egga,18o
finozeu; nuga, ijtz fi io. uouaiueraoiu piotiuce waa
I1HISTOL. The butter market waa artlve. Fair t
goo'i antd at I517c; gool lo cholre, 17l9c; eelecllona,
aic ti ro: egga, ;ne ti uozeni euicKena, nve, li'o n
uay, 93 ti iou.
MOXTI'KMKIt. The market for butter waa a trlrle
better Saturdav. although there waa not much brought
m. I'ricea, i.toisc, wuu ine very nt at at zuc i h poia
toea, iM buhel; egga, 18cTdrzen. Fiour Mlcblgan
97; rt ioui-, paicni,
WATi:itllUItV. The butter inarket waa more actlv
laat Monday than for aotue tlme paat A good many
farmerB aold tbelr aumtner dalrlea for 20c 1 1b Averace
nric-for tuba, laiB-'Oe V 1b; crt8, 22Q23J y It; egga
lc (! uozen; puiaioe. ouowo f, uuanei.
NOIITHFIKM). tblnmenta for week endlng Auguat
18th: FifttH.11 hoga, 4t caUea, 117 atieep and lamba, bl
cattle. I.3S0 ltounda of nnultrv. 31HJ doren of etrita. Ouo-
tAtloua; llnga, l)Jl!Jo 11 lb: calvea. ,V! 1 Ib; aheep and
lamba. 4li '&! !b; bena. l(i12cV Ib; tuikeya, UiiVJc
V Ib; cliickeua, 12llc H lb; egga, 18c 1 dnzen, 1 1iere
la little change tbia ueek. Mieep are ofl )1 lb.
Chlckeua are lu good aupply.and old atock wlll probably
Uostoii Produco Market.
MEAL. Kto. Corn meal aella at S2.90 V barrel.rye
rlour at $3 7541 V barrel, nnd oat nieal at $5.555.75 for
grounn. ana b.Duttf f t oarrei ror cui.
l'OTATOKS Tlie market haa ruled leaa flrm. Wi
mintf. i-lml,t IIIirMlH lMlaml at S1.7A Sew Jeraev at Sl.l
01.7.1, Long laland at 51. mi, cbnlee Vlrglula at 1.50, and
cuiuuion uo. ai ff oarrei.
K(1(1S. The demand la goo1 for f reah egga. We nuote
freah Kaatern at 2.'(2Jc, .Nortliern at JW.'.'c, anu eal-
ein at .'i'((5Jlc uoeu. 1 ue luartei uioaea very urui.
CHEnsE. The market has remalned dull, and prlcea
are wlthout chamre. Ueoelnta are amule for the trade.
We ipiote gnnd to cluitce orthern at ytftSKe, wltb beat
We atern at 8Jjfc V lb, and the lower grades accordlng
11UTTEK. The market haa contlnued fullyaa flrm for
freah-made atock. and the anpply la moderale aml the
demaml goot. we ipiote cnoice rrean-maae weatern
cieauiery al .r-ia.'.ic, goou 10 cnoico ireau-inue vieai1
prn ereaiiierv ai 'iGtll.'. tadleiiackedat YlMvtw. fair
gooil at 10(M3c, fie-li Nortliern creaniertea at lili&lsyi1
treah New York datry at 2U21c, frejU Vermont ttalrv v
.'UtXJlc, r rauKiin cuuuty ai ;i&;ic, anu xair 10 goou
15QISC V pound.
Llve Stock Market.
Tbe following la a telegraphlo report of the llre stock
mAiket ai ateriown anu iirigmon ror ine wteK enuin;
Tneutav. Auiniat 21. 1883!
Cattle. Sheep. Jlogi. Calves
At market thla week 2 8V7 15.303 11,753 111
laat week 2.130 ll.l.' 11.211 541
" " oue year ajo.... 2.663 23.731 12,513 501
1'1!1CE,. Extra fat and beavy premlnni oien. $8.00
08.75! llrat quallty. 7 0ti(S7 7S; aecond iiuallly, (M
t.75; thlrd ipiallty. SVlHiQO.eo ier 1W lba on total welght
nf little, tallnw aud flrml tieef. A few rhotce alllgle
palra. SOCiO.iiO W nwt. llulla.etc.. 4 2W.71. Workmg
oeu. 11H!&''5U IU tialr. teera. S75C&120. MI1C11 COV.
t-'O 00030.00; extra good, $15 UOSJU.W, wlth or wlthout
calvea, aa may be ngreed ; farrovv and ordtnary, $18,000
32.C0. Storea, yearltnga, Sl2.IK)02I.eO; two-year-ol.ls
$11.00035.00 ; thnw-tvar-olda. $24 iai045 00. Sheep.2,'i0
4,'Jc; eitra,OO0OOcaib-or$.,.2505 5OnneaiI. Latnoa,
bnbe V lb. Fat hoga. i'laHa V lb. Miotea, relall,
Biai'ie TO lb. S'nrthern ilreMil hoga. b'iaiP I
Veal catvea, 3,'4'7o V lb. llrlgliton lilclea, 7fti9c
cnnntrylota,70i,o. Calfaklna, 12012jo Ib. Tallow
r.ihi.nt th. .miitrv. hearfditelra.2O025ceacb
countrv Inta, 2002.5c. Laiub aklua, W)085o eacb. Dalry
aklua, 250Va each.
UKMAKKS. The receipta of all klnda of llve atock
were very nearly tbe aauie aa laat week. Country cattle
were not aa pleuty aa laat Wfek, ntcn waa au uifti aav
n i,r.uv it, r.,,M. l'Hfp. nn WVatem cattle were clalm
','ellb eaaler.and on aouie of tbe country lota that
Uecime waa lell. iuprit wcio Mttoui i-iutj-twut
aPn .vurutr I 'au nt (t. aml fortv-tbree. aver-
age 1.4-4 Iba.BtbUc Jllb; tlfteeu ateera, welgblng l,B10
tv.i , 7i . i itMt. iie. aml fnur. average l.ioo Iba.at
5 30 lt ct. Mllch cowa aoltl alow, wlth iulte a lot left
over tioiu laat week. Veala were ln demand, wlth good
atrong ratea on all grartea. T he aheep aud lamb luark't
ruled eaaler In ratea. U'-cxI lainba ere aoldat5sc fl lb.
Cornell llrotbera boucht aonie nlce laniba, average 70
lba,at5'ic; une humlretl and tenty-elght aheep aud
lainba, MeUhlng 8.120 lba, were aold at i)ie, and aeventy
laniba, average 70 lb, at 60 V lb. I he lalea 011 ponltry
w-ereetaler. Fowla ao'd at 13c, and cblckenaat 15c ff
Strayed or Sfcolon !
pauoi jorinnem (near nerun
oml). one tialrof arnv
roancolorel oifn. rnlorpd vptv nearlv allkni w7iit
between 3,000 and 3,300 (ounlH. Any one who can glt
y Infonnatlon In ragard to them wlll ba aultably
IM. V. V, CCIIIitF.lt, llerlln, Vt.
Tbe annual mpptlnu nf Ihn Vrmrnt RtftfA Riin,.
fcbool AMneiallon wlll bn beld In Mnrtlilltdil, Sep
tflinhfir lltli nnd IXth. TIioko et.ectlnu toatlend
and rleelrlnit enlertnlninent are reruitl to iienrt their
,..- lyyunii ij, ,Aioeiey or r ranK l'lnmioy Deroro Men
lember 7tli. Tlie bolela wlll enlertaln tbono who chnnVa
rrovlde for Ui-m-H ve at one iMlar rt 1ay, IJ
KHHKX JUNCTION, VKItMONT.
!. E. Domorltt, Propriotor.
Thls hnuso haa lately been thnrnntrhW ta-
palred and put in good ahape for accomodatlon
5 to '10 h.p. temly for fpilck Rlilpinent.
Iipot I'ortablw litillt ln the Unlti tnl(-. FirntilfiiBin
workiiunnhlp Htirl HMteriaU Over 46' 0 In contant un e.
I'rlrM nmlp at rii'torupr atatlon. Send for Cataloeue
aml l'r .ce, t tat lot' jut v hat rt-qulrecl.
STATIONARY ENGINES I
Cornpact,(ulck worklng, pconomlc, with lieater, puuip,
ftt following unpreceilentetl jirlceH, vU. j
o-ii.ii siayr. v
:o h.n auri
Full stock at our Factory,
to-li,i 1 uo - Come and exatolne,
CU-h.ii i'tii) J meillate ghlpinent made.
iu-ri,ti, m ii v
All tyle, new and reconritmnri a npeclaltjr, whlle t e
have at our workn the 1aritet otork of gfneral macnlnery
MacliinlHt4 and (Ipiicral Marhlnw nAAlora.
10-35 MHnchftpr, N. II
Central Vermont Railroad.-i
CoiDmencing Aug, 20, 1883.
Jrtihia Cnlny Smitli trllt I.enve Montpelier
iih jottuwn :
mMAIl,, from Mt. Albana and Uurlington
for Concord, Mancheater, Xaanua, Wor
cester, Lowell, Fltchburg, Itoaton, Sprlng
fleld, ew London and Js'ew York,
f.n n m LIMITF.DEXI,nE,fromMontreal,Og- m
,JU d, III, denaburg and tbe Weat, for lioaton, via
Lowell, and New York via fprlngrleld and
11 50 3 IU M1AEI,',or:,'OItllflel11
7 W n m MIXED, from Nt. Albana, Rutland and
I.0J 1, III. Uurlington for Xortbfleld.
10 in o m KIOIIT EXl'ItESS. from Montreal, Og
L.V d. III, denaburg aml tbe Weat for lioaton yIsl
Lowell and Fltchburg, Sprlngfleld, New
London aml New York, and all polnU tn
New Kngland. Sleeplng Care to Sprlng
fleld and lioaton via Lowell.
TVfilrtn Oolni) JSorft nnd V'tati
A 0! 1 m NIOIIT EXl'ItESS. from lioaton and Sew
t.tU a, III, York for Montreal, Ogdenaburg and the
Weat. Sleerlng Car to Montreal,
QORo m ACCOMMODATION, from Northfield for
O.LJ d. III, Uurlington, Itutland and St. Johna.
Q iR 1 m LOCAL EXritF.SS, from White Klver
3.HJ d, III, junction for Uurlington, Ht. Albani, Rich
ford aml Rouaea I'otnt.
m DAY EXl'RESS, for Uurlington. St. Al
III, bana, Montreal, Ogdenaburg antl the Welt,
DrawlnK Itoom Car to Montreal,
Trnlnt lenve for Kiirre at 7.00 a. m 10.45.
m. ana i.vi p. m.
inrouKn iicKeift to unicaRO ana au pou a
- WAIIV 1A1I1C Iimilt Alfll'H KSTATP.
1?L STA1E OF VKKMO.NT. WanhlDk'ton DMrJct.ss.
In I'robate Conrt, hetd at Mnntpeller. ln and for sald
DHtrict, on the 17th day of Anfrun. A. 1. l?S3i
An lnftmment purportlnj; to Ue thelat Wlll and Teta
iiipntof Mary l'ark Hubhard, lat of Mlildl(-n-x, ln oald
Dlstrlct, decfaiwl. lffln; preipnUd to the Court for Pro
hatH: ItU orilertxl bv sald Court, that all peraon con
cernetl tbereln he notlflet to appfar atapewlon of aald
Court to be held at the l'robate Ottice, ln Montpelier, on
the 7th day of Septf mber, A. I). 1SS3, and dtaow caure, lf
any they may have. agalnst the probate of nald wlll;
for whlch punxwe tt ia further ordered, that notlce of
thla order b publlnhed thrw wecka guccesslvely ln tne
Vermont Watehman & State Journal. a newspaper
prlnted at Montpelier, prevloua to wild tlme appolnted
for hearlng. uy the Court Attwt,
10-1- A. C. AVKKILL, Regloter.
IKA A. MOltSU'S KSTATK.
The underslkTietl. havlnst teen appolnted by the Honor
able l'robate Court for the Iltrlctor Washington, Coin
miAlonent, to recelve, examlne, and atljust all clalrnft and
demandi of all perton acalnnt the emtate of Ira A.
Morne, late of Calaln in nald IMMrlet. deoefti'ftl, and all
clalnm exhlbitel ln offset thereto, hereby (rtve notlce that
we wlll meet for the purpofe aforenalrt, at the refdrtenen
of the late Ira A. Morne.on thP3dday of Septemnpr and
17th day of Uecember next, from two o'clock untll four
o'clock, i', M., each of atd dayc, and that Mx montha
from the''3dday of June, A, I). l&fi3, U the tlme llmited
bv ftald Court for Aald creditors to preent their clalms to
u for exainlnatlon and allowauc.
Dated at Calais tliU lltli ilav or Autdut, A. I. 1653.
W1LLIS IiANK'S KSTATK.
W COMMlt-SlONERS1 NOTICE,
Tbe nnderalgne.1. havlng Iteen appolnlwl by tbe Honor
able l'robate Court for the DlaMci of Waabtngton, Com-
mlaalonera. to recelve. examlne and adluat all claln" and
demanda of all peraona agalnat tbe eatMe of Wlllls
Lane, late ot 1'lalnflekl. ln aald DUtrlct. deceaaed, and
all clalma exhlblteii ln offaet thereto, herebv give notlce
tnat we wiu meet ror tne purpoea uroreaRiu. ai nia jaie
reeldence ln Marabflebl, aforeaald, on tbe ?3d day ot
Auguat, A. I). Ish3, and the :'3t dav of Jannary next,
from nlne o'clock. a. m., untll flve o'clock, p, m , each of
aattl daya. aml that alx montha from the 37th day ot
Jnlv, A. I), 18S3, la the tlme Umlted by aald t'urt for
aalil cretlitora to preaent their clalma to ua for examlna-
uon antl anowance.
Dated at 1'latnueiil, tbla 3,1 day ot Auguat, A 1. IbbJ.
08-10 W,IlL,LASit! ""uitTlN, Commlloner.,
VTOA.H KOISINSON'S KRTATi:.
i COMMISSIO.NEUS' NOTICE.
Tbe underalgned, havlng tteen appolnted by the Honor
able l'robate Courtfortbe Dlatrlct of Waahlngion, Com
mlaalonera, to recelve, examlne and adjuat all clalma and
detuantla of all peraona agalnat tbe ealate ot Noah Itobln
aon, late of Waterbury, lu aald Dlatrlct, deceawsl, and all
clalma exhlblblted ln oflaet thereto, hereby give notlce
that wlll meet for the purpoaea aforeaald at the late
realdenw of Noah Koblnaon, on the Sth day ot Septe in
ber antl 2tttlt dav of Decemtter next, trom one o'clock, r,
M,, untll four o'cleck. 1. M., each of aalil ilaya, and that
alx montha from theSlat dayof July, A D. Iii3.li the
llmelliulted bv aald Court for aald crrrilton to preaent
tbelr clatuia to ua for exumlnatlon and allowance.
Dated at Waterbury, tbla aiat rtay ot July, . lt. 1S33,
l.'il'fi'.'.K'.M?... I Comnilaalcnera.
E1IEN 11. llCSE,
VltTIUIH DAT.OKTT'S KSTATK.
STATK Of VKKMONT, DUtrlct of Waahlngton, aa,
In l'robato Court, beltl at Montpelier, In aud for aald
Dlatrlct, on thefth dayof Augnat, A. I). 18S3,
Truman C. Kelton. Admlnlatrntor of the eatate ot
Arthur Daggett, lateof llarre, In aalil DUtrlct, deceaaed,
preAenta hla admlnlatratlon account for exaiutnation
and allowance, aud makea appllcaUon for a rieoree
of .Uatrlbutlun and partltlon ot the eatate uf aald de
ce.ia&l, Whertniton, it la urdered by aalil Court, that
aalil account antl aald apvllcatlon be ref erred to a a-' ion
thereof, to be beltl at the l'robate Oince ln sald ' ont
tteller. on tbe 3lat day of Auguat, A. D. 1W3, for bear.
lng and declalou tbereon. And, lt la further orcered,
that notlce bereof Iw glven to all jteraona tntereated,
by publlcatlitti oftbeaame three uvki aucceaalveiy ln
the vermout Watehman Htate Journal, a newapaper
publlatuil at Montpelier, prevloua to aald tlme ap
liolnted for bearing, that they may apttiar at aald tlme
aud place, antl ahow cauae, lf any tbey may have wby
aald aocounl ahould not be allow ed, and tucb (lecreo
niade. Ity tbe Conrt. Atteat.
09-11' A. C. AVKKILL, lteglfter
CIIAIINI'Y I'. OIIKLKY'H KSTATK,
bfATK Ot' VKKMONT, Waaldngtou Dlatr . i m,
Iu 1'rob.tle Court, held at Montpelier, ln and for aald
Dlatrlct, ou the lllli ibty of Auguat, A. 11. 1SSJ
George W. Dodge, Admlnlatrator of the eatate ot
Cbauncy 1'. (lurley, lalu of llerlln, In aald Hlalrift de
ceaaed, make. appllcaUon to aald Court for llcenae lo
aell all of the real eatate of and deceaaed, altuab d ln
aald llerlln, to wtt: "Ihe home faim," eiceptlng Iho
dower tberelu, but Inclutltug the bomeatead antl revera
lou of tbe dower, reprcaentlng that tho aale thereof, fx
cept tbe bomeatead, la neceaaary for thepayinent of the
debta of aalil deceaaed and tbe exptnataof adnilnltra
tlon of hla eatate, aud that a aala of the bomealead t ould
be teneflclal to the wldow and mlnor clillilren of the de
ceaaed, aforeaald. WberenKn, lt la ordered by aald
Court, Uiat aaltl appllcatlou tw referrM to a aeaalon
thereof, to be held at Ihe l'robate Olllce In aald Mont
pelier, on the Slit dayof Auguat, A. D. 1883, for licatlna
aud declalou thereou; and, Hla further ordeted, that all
peraona Intereated be notlned hereof , by publlcatlon of
uotlco of aald appllcaUon and order tbereon, threo
weeka aucceaalvejy ln Uie Vermont Watehman & Btate
Journal, a newatiaper publlahial at Montpelier, and
whlch drculatea ln Uie nelibbotbood of tboae Inter
eated, before aald tlme of bearing, that they may appear
at aald tlme and place, and, lf Uiey ae cauae, object
thereto, lly the Court. Atteet,
09-11 A. C, AVKKILL, Keglaler,