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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAIi, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1883,
"Weekly News Summary.
A Nohth Tnor ttmn med ono of hl towns
mon for fifty ceoU tho otlior day.
A Giiani) Aiutv post wag organlied at Weat
Concord tlie 16th wlth nbout twenty raembera.
IIuiiaok Adams, owner of tlio gtlst-mlll Rt
Dollowfl Falls, dled Btiddonly ol heatt dlseaeo
Dkwtv Unitkd Statks Collkctoh lm, jnat
cleaned out anuther neat ol maonshlnora ln
A two days' woman BUffrnge oonvontlon
wlll bo hold ln St. Juhusbury tho oarly uart of
Tiik canvana for a new dlrectory ln Itutland
ehowa n lnrgo Increase ln populatlon durlng
tho past two years.
Accohimno to tho consni, ot tho 11,305 In
hnbliHtits o( Burlington 8,633 aro natlve-botn
and 2,732 forol?n-born.
Tiik body o( Ileury Colo, who was drownod
off Mallett ileiul, was recovered tho 18th, It
had beon cartled a conslderablo dlatance
A St. Aliianb man, 0. W. Harne?, hagofforcd
to fnrulah freo accomniodatlons, for a torm ol
yeara, ln hls blnck, lf tho government wlll lo
cate tho post ofllce there.
Tiik Burlington aldormcn havo votod to
epeml 87,200 ln tepalritiR and Incro.islng tho
power of the machinery ued ln pumplng wator
Irom the lako to tho reservolr.
IlAititv L. Howaku, son of J. N. Howard of
Rutland haa beoa arreated at Bennington for
awlndllnp nperatlons ln eelllDg a revolvlng
grate at llallston Sprlngs, X, Y,
It la eatlmated tbat a certaln cunnlng old
fox, whlch hag made Barnard hla abldlng place
the preaent season, hna kltled ns many aa four
hundrrd turkeys, nearlyall turkey rnlaera hav
lng suffered more or leaa by bltn.
The Rutland county agrlcultural pociety haa
sned the Bennington nnd Rutland rallway com-
any lor aamageg irom tuo ourning ot tneir
larns and aheda. whlch they claim wag caused
Dy nve eoaia aumpea uy a paasiug train.
II. E. Smitii of Guilford haa a wagon whoae
wheola havo beon runnlng for over one hun
dred yeara. Ortglnally they were nnder the
carriage ln whlch Elder Roblnaon rode tnto
Tiik marble qnarry at Pittsford, known ag
the Central Vermont, haa been bought by
Green B. Rautn, Jamea Gllfillan and other
promlnent men. The new firm hna a large
amount ol capltal and wlll puah the work vlg
A St. Aldanb lady. sbeoklnz of a famllv of
her acqualntance aa bolng aadly afllicted, went
on to toll of what thoafllictlon conalated: "Ono
memberof the famlly, sald he, lias dled,
anotner la vory aicir, ana anotner la to oe mar
rled aoonl " Meesenger.
On Tuesday laat John McGalre, ono of the
carpentera at the paper mlll in Lyndon fell
Irom the first floor to the rocka, nfteen feet be
low, atriklng on hla hend and shouldera, break
lng hla collar bone, and sorlously Injurlng hla
neaa and otnor parta ot nis body.
The home fordeatltutechlldrenln Burlington
haa elected theaeofflcera: 1'realdent, Mra. L. D.
Tarrlll; vlce-presldent, Mra. A. G. Spaulding;
treasurer, jura. l. oi. uiapp; eecreury ana au
ditor, Mra. S. C. Cole, wlth a board of man'
agers and an advlsory commlttee.
An old settler on Grand Isle aaya that the
lake la constantly growlng shallower, and that
chlldren now ltyfng wlll seo a gand plaln nearly
half a mlle wlde south of the sand-bar brldge
where there la now n eood denth of water. He
attrlbutea the change to the removal of the
Tnu followlng patenta have recently been la
Bued to cltizens of thia Btato : Lovell D. Bul-
lock. Jericho, machlne for jolntlng felloea;
Clark . Bllllnga, Middlesex, reverslblo latch;
itoDinaon uanneii, mmaiouury, wooapuip ma
chlne: Joshua U. Willlama, East Craftsbury,
DoMHEjtaTO.f people thtnk that Gorernor
Baratow haa made a mlatake in Dardonlnz Ed
mand M. Stone of that town, who was serying
asentenco iu state'a prison for araon. It la
stated tbat Stone had a bad reputatlon and
that It was a relief to the nelghborhood whon
ue was sent to prison.
Tiik Rutland county court adjourned the
18th, haylng been ln aesston alnce September
11. Many caaea have been dlaposed of. The
remalning five indictmenta against J. M. Haven
for over-iaaulng stock were called up, the ball
dischargcd and the cases contlnned on Ilaven'a
own rccognlzance ln Siuu.
Thr Rutland Herald tella of a man ln Castle
ton who still cllnga to an umbrella and clock
wlth whlch he began housekeeolng ln 1828.
He alao retalna an overcoat he bought of Shep
ard & Ware, dealera ln clotblng in Castleton,
thirty yeara ago. Ile la one of the heayieat
tazpayers on the grand llst of the town.
Tiik old houae in whlch Ethan Allen sDent
the night wblle en route to Westminster in
reyolutionary days etlll stands in Dummerston,
in a good atate of preseryation, and is occupted
aa a dwelliDg by a famllv who takeg orldein
polntlng out the room where the braye general
slept preparatory to tho first reyolutionary
Moulton BuOTUEits, proprletors of the
Green Mountain stock farm. liandolnh. re
celved last week threeyaluablecowa purchaaed
at the Cooper aale of lmported Jersey cattle in
New York, The pricea paid were aa f ollowa :
El Dorado, two yeara old, S600; Melyllle, threo
yeara oia, i,zuu: u.iinty i.aay, two yeara old,
wun neuer can, jji.bou.
At Putney a fox was capturod ln a rather
noyel way the other day by a boy of nome
ilfteen yeara. Ile saw the fox run a aknnk into
ahole, and he ran to the hole In season to seo
tne ioz Dacuing ont, caugnt tne loz Dy tue tall,
pulled him out and kllled him by etamnincr on
hla head. The fox'a fur was very strongly lm-
pregnatea wun mepnitic poriumery.
Conbideraulk excltement was caused ln
Westminster last week, by tbe flndlng of a
glrl baby Sunday afternoon at the ton ot the
htll north of S. F. Ward's brlck yard. The
Belectmen were notified and they got It taken
cara ui uy sai. ira iiouuu. it is aupposea to
have been left there by a woman who was
seen by a number on Saturday afternoon.
It la stated that the Dolice have dlscoverod
the rendezyoua of a gaug of juvenlle counter
feiters at Jamaica, S. II,, tho memberB of
whlch are bound together by solemn oatha
They reside ln Londonderry, Jamaica, Aahuelot
ana rownsnena. it is saia tnat tneir mould
and recorda have been captnred. A member,
arrestea lor norso Bteanng, la creaitea wltn
giying tniormation to tnepoitce.
A Faiiuiavkn drucelst recelved the follow
lng prescrlption from a traveling doctor last
week: Syrup sassaparilla, three onces;syrup
Btaungia iureeounces;iiuia extract aandellon,
two ounces; ifoce, two-thirdg teaspoon after
meala in one tablespoon of water. The query
of the drugglst la about the "doco," whetber
tbe patient is to take two-thlrds of the teaspoon
or iwo-iniras oi a teaspooniui oi tne meaicine,
Tnndry goodg storo ot Royce & GofT, at
North Troy, was burglarlzed on the nlgbt ot
tne lutn. me tnioi eecurea nve overcoats,
one pleco of velvet, three or four dozen kld
gloves and somo kniyes and wallets. The
nolse of the breaklng In wag heard by people
in tne yicinity, wno tracxea tne guuty indlvld
uai to uanada and lonnd tne goodg lild ln a
barn. The thief eacaped, but papera wlll no
aouDt ue maoe lor nis arrest.
Tiik poat-offlce at Ludlow was broken Into
the nlnht ot the 16th. The onter door waa
broken througb, but on attemptlng to enter
the inner room a aet of ecalea waB thrown to
the lloor and It la aupposed tbat the nolse
frlghtened them away, ua nothing was taken.
A iiorse, harnesa and wagon were stolen from
yarlouB partlea the aame night and it la prob-
ao:e mat inev were laxen oy ine game partlea,
ine roDDera nayo not oeen uiacoverea.
An unknown BoEton horse named Frank on
tbe track at Fleetwood, N. Y., made wlth a
runnlng mateamlle ln2; 11, whlcn only once
nas oeen equaiea,
A thain on tho east llne narrow eauce rail
road wag utruck by a cyclone near Sulphur
Bprlngs, rexag, ana compieteiy wrecued, tiev
eral passengers were badly Injured, one woman
William II. Vandkhihlt waa thrown vlo
lently from hls wagon ln Fleetwood park
weonesaay aiternoon and was unconscioua ior
eeveral miuutea, but hls lnjurles dld not prove
to oe aangeroua.
Montana, whlch last fall east 23,000 yotes
and whlch hag tlils year made great galns ln
DODUlation, la now preuarlne for a conventlon
to form a atate constltutlon and wlll aak conr
gresa to admlt her ua a atate,
Senatoh Bnowir, the head of the Georgia
Byndlcate, announcea that orders wlll be glven
o conductorg to ste that colored people pajlng
the same nrlco uald by tho whitea ahall havo
ag comfortnblo accommodatlon, but ln dlffer-
Thr annnal conferonco of the Wcslovan
church In Amerlcn, in sesslon at Syracuse, hag
refusod to admlt a delegato who g n membor
ofncollege fratornlty or of tho Good Templars,
aud hag rotuaed to recelve any member of a
Tiik earntnga of tho I'ultmnn palaco car cora-
pany tho past year were 84,093,000: the ex
pense, Includlog dlvldonds, 83,030,000. Tho
dlrectora have voted to Incroane the capltal
stock ten per cent to meet tho exponao of
bullding 121 new coaches. Tho uanal quarterly
dtvldeud of two por cent waa declared and an
extra dlvldend of ono and one-hnlf por cent out
of the munutacturlng prollts.
A YOUM Kontleman of I'hiladelDhia who
hna nn oatato worth 5500,000, but whlch la
rieia in trust, petitioneu tne court on saturday
lor leavo to nurcnaso a vacht. but tne court.
whilo oxnrosslnc rezrot. waa oblieod to refftso
the request, owing to tho torma of the trust.
Tho young man valuntarlly put hls estato In
trust so that he mlght not be tempted to apend
hls money foollshly. llo haa nn Incomo of
Mit. 8. R. NiLHSsilled for Enrooo last Wed-
nesdny, the chief object ot hla ylslt being to
personany aupenntend aome advertismg wiucn
a largo Paris hnuse proposes todoln.the Untted
statea. oir. wnes naa aone more ungugn and
French adyertialngthnn any other agentin thia
country. nnd has done It in so sklllf nl a manner
aa to have acqulred a reputatlon abroad that
nas causoa a aieaay growtn in inig loreign
businesa. Mr. Nllea la verv careful ln hls con-
tracts, methodical in hla ayetom, and prompt
ln the prnsecutlon of all bualnesg. Saturday
Mr. lllninc's Fortlicoinlii Work.
The scont for tho aale of the forthcomlng
great natlonal work entltled "Twenty Yearg of
CongreBB," by Hon. Jamea G. Blalne, la Intown
and moetlng wlth excellent succeaa In securlng
gilbscribera. The first vohirao of the work Is
expected to be publlshed somettme before tho
holldaya, tho aecond, nnd concludlng volnme,
to follow ln the near future. The period In the
hlstory whlch la covered by Mr. Blaine'g work,
from 1861 to 1881, waa the most momentoua aa
well aa lntereating whlch onr republlc haa
passed througb. Duringthls period tbe natlonal
congreas waa wltnesa to events not leaa tre-
mendoua nnd decislye than those of the battle-
fleld ltself. Tho npholding, indue measure, of
the union cauee at home; the defence of the
natlonal cauae abroad; the adjustment of con
Btltutional conlllcts; the securlng of prnctical
guarantees oi mture loyaity; au tnat waa ln
ciuaoa in tno provtnce ul conzresslonal dlscus'
slon and enactment in the period from '61 on
ward. The proclamatlon of war; the call for
troopa; the jaaulng of natlonal cnrrency ; the act
of emanclpatlon; the confederate surrender;
the granting of unlyersal amneaty; the murder
of Lincoln and the purposed asssasainatlon of
sewnrd; tne attempted removal ot Stanton;
the lmpeachment of Johnson; the elcctlon of
Grant: tho electoral commlss ton and aeatlne
of Hayes: the inauciiratlon and aseasalnatlon
ot Garfield; theae were but Incldents of the
time wnicn, on tne congressionai gide, llnds
now lta first I ull hlstory at the handa of Mr.
Blalne. Ilis work has no predecessor, and can
havo no successful rlval.
Aa the period chosen Is nnaurDaased In Inter-
est and importance, so is the hlstorlau es-
pecially fitted for the historlan g work. On the
onehand he stands Bufilciently distant from
the events tbemselves to insure cool percentlon
and dellberate compariaon. In the prlme of
n is powera, and untrammeied by tno constralntg
of ofllce, he glyea blmself wholly to hla great
task. On the other hand ho posBeascs that ab-
aoiute Knowieoge wnicn comes irom actuai and
lnfluential participation. On the floor and ln
tne NDeaker a cnalr of tne liouso. and tbon on
the floor of the aenate, he wltnessed the great
events whlch be now places on the hlstorlc
page. No Important action waa taken without
hla knowledge, whlle, in apecial councll, he
learned those facts and underlylng motlvea
whlch gave the action lta true meanine. The
statementg of the author, corroboratod by both
externai and tnternat proof, wm posaesa an au.
tboritv whlch wlll not easilv be ouestloned
Hla peraonal reminlscencesot Lincoln, Douglas,
Seward, Chaae, Breckenridge, Thad Stevens,
Stanton, Sumber, Mortod, Carpenter, Ben
Ilill, Garfield, and other great men of tne past,
wun incldents oi luimunds, inurman. uonk'
llntr. Bavard. Sherman. Ben Butler. Randall
and other publlc men BtlU livlng, wlll glve to
thls llterary oflort, to young and old allke, the
iascmation oi Diograpny ano generat nistory
combined. Mr. Blalne is a brllllant wrlter, a
keen observer, and possessed ot a wonderf ully
retentlvo memory. The work wlll be lllustrated
wlth fifty-seven steel portralts. and bound In
the hlghest etyle of the art. The reaaonable
prlce placed on the work by the publlshers
brlnga lt wlthln the reach of all, and everyone
anouid ayau tnemseiyea oi tne opportunlty
Ruiiv 1b the second of Colonel G. E. Warrine.
Jr's., Horse Storiea. It ls a short, splrlted
eiteicu oi a supenoranimai, ana is wortn read
ing, v'. II. O?good & (Jo. Prlce ten cents.
Dio Lewis' Montiilv for October ia full of
excellent matter. Tbe Hyglenlc Department
Ia well stocked wlth wholesome hlnta; Aunt
Bonnybell gives the fashious, and Julla Col
man aeta the breakfast table ln appetlzlng
order, and 8upplements the whole wlth aome
seaaonable recioeg. Prlce 52.60 a year. twentv-
fivo cents a number. Frank Seaman, 68 71
uiDioiiouse, jsew loric.
Wmon: ItiniiT ou Wkonq ? by M. L. More-
land. is a Htorv for young neonlo. contatniner
moral and rellgioua lessona appropriate for the
home Hfe, the acbool, and early manhood and
womanhood. It la not of very great excellence
from a llterary nolnt of vlew. but lta tone and
spirlt are healtbful. Incidentally some pleasant
experiencea at the Framingham Sunday-achool
Assembiy are narrated and form one of tne
most lnterestlng features of the book. Lee &
Shepard. Prlce 81.25. For salo by Phinney.
Tiik cheaDest edltlon of TAe irat'eWcw Xov
els evor publlshed. The Waverley NoveU, by
oir waiter bcott, compiete lor tnree dollara.
T. B. Peteraon it Brotbers. 306 Chestnut street.
Phlladelphla. I'a.. have commenced the ntibll-
catlon of a new and cheap editlon of The ll'a
verley Noveli, by Sir Waiter Scott which wlll be
compietea in rwenty-six weeuiy voiumes,
eacn voiume being a novei compiete in ltseu.
Each book wlll make a voiume, have on lt an
lllustrated paper eover. and wlll be sold at the
low prlce of fifteen cents a voiume, or three
dollara wlll pay for the full and compiete get of
" I had 'em all." Bald a rablcund. hanpy-
iacea gentieman. " au wnatr asitoa nis
frlend. " Why, all the symptoms of malarla,
viz: lame back. achlntr folnta. sleonlessness.
Indlfrestlon. dizzv fita. cold extremltles. rush
of blood to the head, constant tatlgue, no ap-
petlte, pains in the breast after eatlng, night
swears, aiternato cniiis ana levers, eto., etc,
but Jlroion i Iron lilttert cured me and I rec-
ommend It aa being the only perfect tonlc
Rbv. J. E. C. Bauiiam. Warrenton. N. C.
tayBi "lused lirown a Iron iilttera. ltlsa
compiete reatoratlve and a thorough tonlc and
Dr. T. J. CAsrKit. Sprlngfield. 0 bsts: "I
recommend Brown's Iron Blttera."
Two notoriouB burglars fatally ehot each
otner in a ew lorK uquor saioou iast weeic,
uoin djing aimost instantiy.
Liveii, Kidnkv and Uhioht's Disuask. A
medlcine that dtwtroys the germ or cauae ot
Brlght'g Dlaeaae, diabetea, kldney and ltver
complalnts, and has power to root them out ot
the Bvstem. la above all prlce. Such a medl
cine ia liop nitters, and positive prooi oi tnis
can be found by one trial, or by asklng your
neignuors, wno nave ueen cured oy it.
Don't Misg iTl-Wells' " Rough on Rats."
Almanao at drngglsta or malled for two-cent
Btamp. E. S. Wella, Jersey Clty.
Imfossiiilb not to recelve beneflt in nalng N,
K. Brown'a Iron and Qulnlno Blttera. Sold by
u. iiiaueiey, raonipoiier, vt.
"Jhad talt rheum for ntneteen vears. Four
packagci of Dr. lienson't Sktn Cure entlrely
curedme." F, P, Lavelle, Merced, Cal, One
dollar at drugglats.
" I ruvi! used Ellls's Spavln Cure wlth perect
tuecets for tpavin, ipltntandrtiifbone," saya a
valued correspondent, Mr. J, P. Noyes of 101
rriena street, uoston.
In the IIop Platter are unlted fresb hops,
guma and balsams, and lta power Is wonderful
In curlnir back ncbo. snralns. brulsos. neurnlsla.
paln In tho sldo or sorcnoss anywhore. Thou
sands teatlfy to thls.
Skinnv Mkn. " Wella' Ilealth Renower"
restoreshealth and vlgor, curea dyspepsla, lm
potonce, aexual deblllty, One dollar.
A Tiiure frlend to the alck nnd gufferlnir la
Dr. Kaufmann'g areat Medlcal Work, flnely II-
lustratod. Send two threo-cent atamps to pay
poataga to A. P. Ordway & Co., Boaton, Maag.,
and recelvo a copy froe.
Uit. Bknbon'b Celerv and Chamomllo Pllla
contaln no opliim, qulnlno, or other harmful
drng, nnd are hlgldy recommended for head
ache, neurnlgla nnd nervouanees. Flfty contg
SCROFUI.A. A mcdlclno tlmt dostrova tho
gorma of scrofnla and haa the power to root It
out Is appreclatod by tho afflictod. The remark-'
nble curea of men, women nnd chlldren na do
acrlhed by teatlmonlals, provo Hood'g Sarsa
parilla a rellable medlclno contnlnlng remodinl
agentg whlch eradicato scrofula from the blood.
Onehundroxl dososSl.OO. Sold by all dcnl
ora. C. I. Ilood & Co , Lowell, Maag.
" BoonB-PAinA." Oulck. comDlete cure. all
nnnovlng kldney, bladdor nnd utlnary dlsoases.
Uno dollar. umggiatg.
A StrancIb FnEAK. The wlfe of onr m.
teomed cltlzen, Mr. John Rowell, whllo stiffer
Ing nnder a sovero nttnck of the bluos, trled to
commlt the crlme of Infnntlcldo, but waa pro
vented by the opportune arrlvnl of a neighbor.
Her cago hag been consldered by tbe beat doct
ors lncnrablo, but her huaband wag hlghly
ploaspd when after uslng a course ot Sulphur
Blttera to flnd that she waa entlrely cured.
"My maro la aa sound na evor." wrltog Benl.
D. 11111, n Traveller correspondent. realdlng at
Peabody, Maaa., "thanka to Ellla'a Spayln
Cure and nolhing elic."
MoTnErf Swan's Woiim Srnor. Infallible.
taateless, harmless, cathartlc; fnr feverishnegg,
resuessnefls, worms, conaupauon. iwonty
PoLisniNO Tiirt Whono End. Mnnv men
dauy pousu tneir uoota wno never givo a
thought to tho condition ot their halr, except
to harrow It caaually wlth briish and comb. or
aubmit lt to tho pnralyzing attnnttona ot tho
averAgo barber. What happens? Why, thls:
From neglpct, mental nnxlety or any ot a ecore
of cansea, the halr turna prematurely gray and
betrlns to fall out. Parker'g Halr Balaam wlll
at once Btop the latter process and reatore the
orlginal coior. An elegant dresslng, f ree from
A GLKnoTMAN. whose llfo wag almost a bnr-
den to him, from n on courae of auffering he
naa unuergone, tnrougn tnat areaniui oiseaae,
catarrh, traveled throngh the East, aeeklng
from the old and gkllled doctorg of Arabla.
some. medy for thls terrlble dlsease. He
was 'qrtunato enougn tocome acroaa one, wno
Drescribed for him. and who. after he waa
cnred, gave him the recipe, whlch baa alnce
gaved so many, The reverend dlvine, on his
death-bed, beqneatned the recipe to a frlend,
who Is willlng to send lt freo of charge, to all
suff erera who desire it. Address, J. Lawrence,
250 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Thb Head and Eye. Since last October I
havo Buffered from acute InHammatlon in my
nose and head ofton ln the night haylng to
get up and innaie Salt and water for relief,
My eye haa been twice, for a week at a time,
ao I could not soe. I have usod no end of rem-
edlea, alao employed a doctor, who said lt was
lmpure blood but I got no help. I used Ely's
Cream Ualm on tbe recommendation of a
friend. I was falthless. but in a few davs I waa
cnred. My nose now, And alao my eye, la well.
lt la wonderini now lt neiped me. Mra, ueorgle
S. Judson, Hartford, Conn.
It Is not a liquid or snuff, nnd ia easlly ap-
puea. uniy nity centa a pacnage.
CoN80MPTio.f Cubkd. An old physiclan. re-
tlred from practlce, havlng had placed In hls
hands by an East Indla miaalnnary the form nla
of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy
ana permanent cure oi uonsumption, uron-
cmtia. uatarrn. Asmma ana au tnroat and
Lung Affcctions, alro a poslttve and radlcal
cure for Nervous Deblllty and all Nervous
Comnlalnts. after havlng tested Itg wonderful
curatlve powerg in thousands of cases, has felt
it nia duty to maxe it Known to nis Buuerlng
fellowa. Actuated by thia motlve and a destro
to relleve human sufferlng. I wlll send tree of
charge, to all who deaire It, thls recipe, In Gor
man, French or Engliah, wlth full dlrectlona for
proparlngand uslng. bont by mall by aduross
lng wlth Btarap, namlng thls paper, W. A
Notes, 149 Pouer's IHock, Rochester. If. T.
WATERBURY The butter market waa a little off
Monday an i only cholce lota anid quick. Fall tubi
chotce, 3J26c; nummer lot. irsoc; potatoes,
MONTPELIER. About one hundred nackaM
butter were taken here lant SatunUy wlth prlcee rang'
Ine from 'IGCttSa W fb. and bent fall dalrlen brlnclnt; a
hl5h oi '.'Sc. Eggs are very fcarco and are ljringlng 25c
f i uozen.
BRISTOL. Itutter: ncleo.tlon- "i: fair tOEood.201
23c: kcoI tncholce.23i)2)c: eustn.'ite: twultrv. drffle
13f416ol rb: itonltrv. liva weluht. 9iai0u 1) Ib: hni
llveweiitht,4llic! oatn, 3V J buibel: wool,2023o W
Ib; potatoes, Sltssbc V budiel.
VERGENNES. A tllrtit dron ln butter from lant
week'e prrea was notlced, prlces quoted belnf! 2326o
Ib for fair to kooI, wblle an excellent artlcle brouvht 1
tlb; nohlber prlce wae pMd, except for a very few
- kiii-eoge-uairifA: pkki, s-i(3JW3 ff oozin; pouury. is
"Itlb; notatoM, 32o V bmhfl s beana, $i..60 biuhel
ueti, oi&ia i id, porK, ou i io.
NOItTIIEIELD. Sblnments for tbe week endlnz Oc
Iober20th! Flve hogn, ld CAlves, 3 sbeep and lambA, 25
cattle, 3,72$ pounds of poultry, 10 partrbUes, 40s dozen
of egds, 60 nackappi- of butter, 1 carlnad of potatoes.
v-uoiauons: iioi;st4o ff n; caives. jw ro: sneep and
lmbs, 3XV: "M Ib; hen,S10e V Ib; chickens, 10c
uuxcu, uutbor, .utts-uv 1 Uit
Boston Produco Market.
POTATOES. The market Is less actlve. We nnntr
new iiampsnire imv ai oifwc, atoosiook rosoai.,
anu jtonuera rotwai anu iuroana seeuungB ai "Hncswi
EOQ8. The market hai rnled flrm for the beat fnwh
stock. We nuote fresh eastern at H6ilc. New Yorb
and Vermont at 26827c, northern at 2tQic, and weet-
ern ai wiaa t uuzen.
IIAV. The demand haa been moderats and nrtcpn
are lower. We quota cholce prlme hay at $1617
ton. mmltun to good hay at llinia, cholce Eastern llne
ai vioftgit, puor ai vuwu, wiui luasivrn swaie ai s.
CIIEESE. Tbe market has been actlve and Drlcei re-
maln about tbe same. We nuota good to cholce North
ern ai iraijc, lancy ai izictwua uetti weatern at
1181 1J0 V H, and the lower gradea accordlng toquallty.
BUTTER. The market has beon nulet. and nrlw
are falrly steady and unchamted. Uholce frefhly-
maae wesiern crearoery is seuing ai 'sqiuo, raney
cholce lce-house creamery at 2tfto. northern cream.
ery at 2502U. wrstrn dalrr at Ai.1c, ladle-packedat
14017c, lalrtogoodat I214c, frrah northern cream
erlra at 2939o. fancy hliiuer, fresh New York dalry at
siraigui uaineeat jiqguc, lair vo gooaai ITM lao,
1JEANS. The market contlnuea verr stroncr. and
wlth llght recelpts prlces are flrin. we quoto larae
hand-plcked t'ea beans at S303.ll), cholc New York
state small hand-p'cked I'ea buans at 13.IJ. cholce
Vermont small hand-Dlcked I'ea beans at S3.lsf23.20.
cholco screeneil I'e Uvins at $1 6002.80, hand picked
MfKiiums ai ij.(3.ou, cnoioe screeneti aiediuin at
$1 60i.S0,couimou imans at Si.2KQ2.40, cholce linproved
Yeliow Eyea at S3 40M3.M1, old-faahioned Yellow E;esat
$3.30(13.35, and Ited Kldne;s nomlnal at SJ.23Q3.W
Llro Stock Mnrket.
The followlns ls a tolpcraphlo reoort of the llve Bbva
maiket at WnUrtown and Brighton for the week enulng
vaiiic. antrp, uoQl, vaiv$j,
At market thU wek l.m 9 67 ) 22,401
last wwk 2,7hB 16,k49 19.1MJ
" " one year ago.,,, 2,bt3 t J.U23 17,81'J
ntlCES. Extra fat and heavy lireinlum oien. 14.
UMVi U1B, IUI11J, 9. U.'KUIOV, BCail I1UA111J, B,.l )n
6.W: thlrd quallty. i.(XlfS5.50 per 100 Ibs ou total welgtit
of blde, Ulluw ana dreBMHl beef. A few cholce stnule
palrB,S'i9.2Jlllcwt. Uulls.eto.. St.OORIJO. Woiking
uldl.aiuvHttM VI pair. rirair, 9trHyi.o. J1I1C11 COW8,
S.'0.(G3j.Wij extra good, 40 00018.00, wlth or without
calves, aa may be aKrecd 1 farro and ordlnary, SI9.OO0
31.10. Htores, yearlloga, tl2.!mB21.(K)i two-year-otd,
SI8.00Q30.00i three-ver-old. 124 00041.00. Hheen,20
t)iWW V t at nogs, oo0"ou n. Miotra, retall
i0lOO V Ib. Northern drtftBixl hogs, 6U0Oo VI n,
veai caives. 3imino f id. jinknum niues. n
60bioVIb couutry,40So. I'elttwllU oolon,7jS0l
eacil ouunirr 101a, joiati, imwu bkiub, idin'joo eacn,
uairy saius, tvwwo eacu.
NEMAltKH. Themoveinentln cattle does not show
any advauceln prtofB. Deateni closed out Ibe bulkot
siockthefore part of Tuesday. Ihe supnly of cattle
has somewbat fncreased and dealers were buytnir
000 Ibs each, at 3),'c, llve, to sta
atSJjsandtwo btlfeis aversge 1,025 IbsaHUo
11VW. 1U BUIU". WriKUlUK l.WI
fortv.nre biad of wettern. averase I.A0U Ibs. at
and fourteen, average 1,403 tbs, at fb.30 Jlcwt. lilicli
cows sold falrly stoiiiy at QuoUUoni. Vnal calre sold
at full prlces. Ihasbeep market was not rery heavy
and prlces were not very slrong, 5;o II tb Iwlng conild
ered the top prloe on anythlug at market, rucludlng
lambs ot good welglit. A nuuilier of Oocks, montly
lambs, were soldat bifaV Ib. C Oosallln soldalot,
mostly lambs, atS'o sfftl there wrrealso saleaat4u
vji;io fi ui. i uunrj wiiu ai ivuiiiu fi 10 luriuwisaQi
cnicas, iso ft iu ior luraeys, ana ooc wicu ior geese.
In Montpelier, OctJJ, by Itov. J. Edward Wrlaht,
Wnlter II. H&nderi and Kmm V. Averill, bath or Kul
In Woloott. Oct. 17, by IMv. Mr. Whltney, Chandler
Aybuchlo kuiI Hidlo Uarrow.
In Ilurllnilon. Oct Is. flea. II. niAtk nil narrlo T..
Lockwood, both of Hutllngton.
In tlraUteboro, Oct. 17, Wllion E. Comba and Nellle
tvoraen, uoin or nraiueuoro.
In Waterhurr. Oct. 26. bv Rer. H. II. Whlir. V.. 3.
F.nnls and Oertlo A. Fom, both of Duibnry.
In WalUneM, Oct. l.t, by ltev. H. II, Itnblnoo, LeMlD
. ltwd of Lincoln. Neb.. and Klla V. VAnnauiiAn nt
In Marahfle'd. Oct. 29. at the rntldenra nf Habln Plk.
by ltev. J. I). Ilallev, John W. Wood and Anna N.
Lewla, both of Marshfield.
In St. Johnsburr. Ont. IS. bv hv Hav. llonrv VT. .Thtiam.
Mnzcn h. Ilojt ot I.eMari, lowa, and Mri. Celeato 0.
ludlow of Molndnwi Falla.
Dress Goods in
in all shndes
RICIIAEDSON & FULLERTON'S, "Waterbury, Vermont.
Shawls, Jersey s, Hosiery, Iloods, Gloves and Mittens at
RICHARDSON & FULLERTON'S.
A full assortment of Ladies'
RICIIARDSON & FULLERTON'S.
3rent? Overcoats and. Suits !
and all kinds of Boys' Clothing from the leaBt to the great
est at' RICIIARDSON & FULLERTON'S.
Coon Coats, Buffalo Coats, Bufl'alo and Jap Robes, at
RICIIARDSOjS" & FULLERTON'S.
An immense stock of Men's
wear at RICHARDSON & FULLERTON'S.
A finc stock
For men, women and children
.RICIiARDSON & FULLERTON'S.
In great variety at
RICHARDSON & FULLERTON'S.
No competitor will claim to undersell
RICHARDSON & FULLERTON.
"We still continuo to do our
counter, and our apology ior the above cleviation is that it is all
true, a virtue that is seldom found in a printed advertisement
I'OST OFHCE DBl'ARTMENT, X
WianiKGTOK, U. C, October 19, 1833.
crroposals wlll be recelved at the Contract Ofllce of
thia Department untll tbree r. n., of January 5, 1S34, for
carrylngtbemallsot the Unlted States upon tberoutee,
and accordlng to tbe schedule of arrlral and departure
speclfled by the Department, ln the State of Vermont,
from July 1, 1834, to June 30, 18SJ. LHta of routea, wltn
achodules of arrlvals and departurea, lnstructlons to
btdders, wlth forms for contracta nnd bonds, and all
other necessary Informatlon wlll be furnlihed upon ap
pllcatlon to tho Second ABalstant l'ostmaster Oeneral.
19-24 W. Q. ORESIIAM, l'ostmaster Oeneral.
Poor, White & Co
45 Wall St New York,
Broken and Dealers ln Rallway and all other Securttles.
a ipeclalty, ln the selectlon and estlmate of whlch their
long connectlon wlth "l'oor'a Slannul of Knll
roads" Rlvea them Bpeclal advantagee. Correspond
enc Inylted and lnqulrles answered. Deposlt accounts
recelved and lnterest allowed 14-26
KSSEX JUNCTION, VEKMONT,
C. E. Domoritt, Propriotor.
Thls house has lately been thoronghly ro
palred and put in good gbape for accomodatlon
PURE WHITE LEAD!
LEAD I'll'E nnd SHEET LEAD.
All gooii warranttd (o bttgual io thtUll in the market,
rxanK A. Bxowh, Treas. BALKM, MAH8.
The farmers of Vertnnnt wlll please bear ln mlnd that
ls strlctlv a farmers' conipny, Insurlng only fanu prop
erly, taklng no rliks In vlllage or clty.or In ininulao
torles of any klnd. Thone not Insured wlll di well to ln
qulre as to tbe sUndlng of sald oompany, whlch U dolug
a One buslnens on thesifrst ilnks, All letters addresird
to A.MKSSKIt, I'resldeul, Itochrster, VI,, C. J. 11KL1,,
8ecrtary, East Hardwick, Vt., or to any or our agents
tbrougbout the state wlll recelvo prompt attentlon.
Auction Every Saturday,
At two o'clock r. m., In Carr's Commlss'on Home,
BaconBlock, South Maln Street, Montpelier, Vermont.
Teas, Sugars, Orocerlea, l'rovlslons, Wooden Wart,
Furntture, Tobacco, Clgan, eto. Couslgnment of goods
aollclteit. Employment f urnlshed, and help aeoured at
Ill tf I). 4JAHH, Auctlonoer.
BUCKEYE BELL F0UNDRY,
Bells of I'ure Copper and Tln for Chnrobes,
Hchools.Flre Alarins, Farms.eto. KULLY
WAItltANTED, Cataloguo aeut Kreo.
VANHn.KN TIFT. OINI1INNAT1. tlII4).
STKATKIl About October 1st, from tho premlses
of the subscrluer lu East Montieller a black aud
wlilie yearllng steer, Any Informatlon wlll be gladly
recelved. JOEL T, OltMSUEE.
October 23,1883, 1K-21
In Milton, Oct. IS, Rtephen Fllnn,
In llralntree, Oct. 13, Enos Holton,
In Brandon, Oct. IS, Mri. Cora M, Jones, 47,
In Northfield, Oct. 19, Mrs. Dtnlel McUrath.
In Wolcott, Oct, 16, Ida, wlfe of Jamea McKnlght.
In Ilnrllngton, Oct. 19, Mrs, John O. Chandler, 87.
In West Brattleboro, Oct, 17, Gllfton II, Cnttlng,20.
In Cabot, Oct, 20, Mri. Kate ( Whlttler) Ilnchanan, 23.
In Cabot, Oct. IS, Olen, daughter of W. S. and Etla
In Northfield, Oct. 20, Nellle, daughter of George
In Cabot, Oct. 20, Infant daughter of Chandler and
In Burlington. Oct. 19, Mri. Frances (Forbes), wlfe of
Hon.J. P. Ilatch,72.
In Wolcott, Oct. 18, Cllfton, yonngestion ot It, A, and
Alloo May, 17 montbs.
and qualities at
Vests and Pants in all grades
i at rrr. t. i.
Boys' and Children's Under-
of tho best
to be found in New England at
principal advertising across the
L. O. Emerson'fl new book for Slnelng Classea and
Conventlons. wlns goklen oplnlont from
all y.ho ezamlne H.
" I am very mnch pteAsed with lt Iniieed' from a re-
oeni ieuer, maicaiea lue generai reeiing.
One humlreil and nlnetr-two pAges. One hnndred and
flfty tunen. (lood InBtrurtlve conrte, includlng the new
ana iftvoriw jianuat csvjnt ana omer luiproTemenis,
Reventy-flvft centi wlll brlng you a spoclmen copy,
'EV, BEAUTIFUL AKD EASY CANTATA8 1
Rlxty-flve cent. 11 y D. F. Modgpii. Inclndes the charm
luzoM Hible ntory. haflneand eanv muRlc. rretty ori
ental cotumlnK and Rtge arrangementa, and cannot
rau loinn greai aiiraciion.
Ruth and Boaz!
Slxty-9ve centa. By E. A. Andrewi. Brlngs before us
therural Hfe of olden tlines. and a gtlmnfte at Bethle-
uem and lts harveBt flelds, and haB easy and sweet muslc.
Forest Jubilee Cholr!
Cantata for vounir rlnserB. Blrd sonss
All ine gins and boys wui ine u.
Anv Bool MaiUdor Helail Priee.
Oliver Ditson & Oo., Boston
Mrs. M. L. WeUs
(I.e8i tlinn one mlle from AVnterbury depot)
has Just returneil from market wlth a large and
well-selected stoek ot
Millinery and Fancy Goods
It piay not be known to all that she kf f pa the large t and
oeti fiock oi aiiiiinery tnown in tvaieroury ior
inanyyeari. lt lt true that ihe does. As
Feathers are the Leading Trimming
thls season, she hai bought the most beautlful assort
ment ever shnwn ln thls vlclnltv. Velvet ls ihe materlal
for hats aud bounets thia year. AU colors. wlth lllhbona
to match, are kept here. There la ro stock of MUIInery
to niual It thls aide of llurllogtop. Havlng bad yeara of
ciDerlence ln the buslness. and rranlovlniz an eznerlenretl
tninmer, wbohaaalso just returned from tbe clty, we
are nurc we Buau pieare our cusiomers. I'non io pieasa
everyooay. ucme ana see ir ine nair nas bern told.
ltesprctrully, MHS. M, 1,. WKLI.8
October 8, 1883. 17-19
Don't forget the old stand on 8tate street, oppostte
the Court llonse called
THE BISHOP HOTEL
WhereVou can get a (tood vouareuieal and four quarts
of ohU for horfte for flfty centH, So rent to pay and
dolng buslnews on liard-pan prtet. One and aU gtre na
a call, and you wlll tare enough to buy your wlfe a new
The entlre stock of Dry Oooda, Orooerles, Boota,
ShceB, rto., locatM at Waterbury Ceuter, Vt. Town
clerk's fflloe and post offlco In the same bulldlog. Tbe
sto, oontalnlng llvlng apartmenta, tarn, sheil and gar
den wlll be sold or rentd clitwp. fall on or address
O. A. HTOCKWELL, Waterbury Center, Vt.
October 17, 1883. 18 II
wanted for The Hlstory of ChrU
tUnltv. bv Abbott. A o-rand
chaiice. A Si book at the ponular
IHlce ol 91,73. L,lorrai leiiu. i iio rrnaiuus papera men
lon It as one of Ibe few great rellgroua woika of the
world. ilrrater surctwa nevrr knowu by agenta, Teruis
froe. 8TINSON A CO.. PnblUhera, Porlland, Malne.
CMCinMC for any dUablllty) alao to
rCliQlUlB'? Wldows, Cbtldren, rarenta.
I'vui'iu uuw iiKieaimi, Charge of Deaerllon re
moved Dlschargra and Bounty obtalnod. Ilorae clalma
now pald Meud atampa for A'ett Laui and blanka.
I'ol. L. BINOUAM, Atlorney alnce 18M for Clalma and
I'ateuta, Washington, I). C. 61-1ZU
Oooil l'ur fnr AKentK. tJIOO Io KOO er
no, mitde aelllnic our llne llooka atul lliblea.
WrltB to J. O. SlcOurUy Si Co., l'hlladelpbla, I'a.
entral Vermont Railroad.
Commencing October 15, 1883,
Tratnt Ootng South wtll Zeave MontptHer
90(1 n m MAir,, from St. Albana and Burllnirton
.iU a, III, or concord. Manchester, Nashua, Wor-
"jwwii uowen, r ncnDnig, ijobioo, npnng
fleld, New London and New York,
9(11 3 m rJtT TKAIN, from Montreal, Ogdem
t,UJ a, III, burg and the Weet.for lloston.vla Lowell.
and New York yui Bprlngfleld and New
7 n m MIXED, from flt. Albaus, Kntland and
liOJ U. IU, IlnrUnitton for Northfield.
2 20 3 ITI WIOHT EXritESB, from Montreal, Og
l.lv u, in, rten,Durg anrt ln9 WMt for ilM,t)n yfc
iweii ana nienDurg, Hpnngnein, New
London and New York, and all polnU In
New England. Bleeplng Can to Hprlng
fletd and Uoston Tla Lowell.
Tratnt Oolng North and Wettl
1 1 1 3 IT) S'OHT EXPrtE8S, from Boston and New
J, IJ a, III, York for Montreal, Ogdensburg and thff
West. Sleeplng Car to Montreal.
R Ofl 9 m ACCOMMODATION, from Northfield for
U.tU d, III, Ilnrllngton, Itutland, St. Johns and Ilousea
Q 9(1 a m lCAL KXPUEBH, from White Blver
3.1U a, III, Junctlon for Burlington, 8t. Albani and
i 9(1 n m DAY EXrilERS, for Burlington, 81. Al
t.tu j!, Ul, bans, Montreal, Ogdeniburgandtbe West.
Drawlng ltoom Car to Montreal,
645 p, (I), C11I0AG0 EXPKE3S.
Trrtlna leAvn for ltarro at 7.90 a. m.. I0.4S a.
m. and 4.40 p. m.
Thronsh tlckeU to Chlcaso and all notnta West for
sale at the prlnctnal statlons.
j. w. iiuitAUT, uenerai Bupenntenaem,
8, W, CUMMINOS, Oeneral Tassenger Agent.
Montpelier & Wells R. R. R.
Taking EffectOctober 8, 1883,
Tratnt leave Montpelier at follotvt t
Matl at 8,30 A. u Kzpress at 1.40 r. ., MUed at 3.20
r. H.i amve at veua luver ai iv.iua. x., a.zu p,
ii 7.10 r. .
Train leave Wellt Itiver a folloies
Mtxed at 9.00 k. K., Accommodatlon at 10.30 a. u..
jnan nb o.io r. m,i amve at dionvpeiier ai y.io A.
u 12.1S p, at., 8.30 r, H.
Tralna leavlns Montpelier at 8.30 A. m. and 1.40 . w.
make close connectlona at Wells Itiver for all polnta lo
tbe White MountAlnsi also for Boston and alnnterme
dlate polnta, W. A. 8T0WELL, Superintmdent.
r. W, MOItaE, Oeneral I'auenger Agent.
BKNJAMIN F. GODr,iVS ESTATK,
The nnderpbrned.bavlnir been amolnted bv the Ilonor-
able I'robate Court for tbe Dlstrtct of Washington, Com
mlsstonera, to recelve, ezamlne, and adjust all clalms and
demands of all persons against the estate of Benja
mln F. (lould, late of Worcester, ln sald Dlatrlct, de
ceased, and all clalms exhlblted ln offBet thereto, hereby
glve nouce uiai we wm meet ior me purpowB aroresaia.
at the late resldenco of Benlamln F. Gould. on the 4th
dayof Jannaryand 2Slh day of March next, from one
o ciock i. h., uniu iour o'ciock r. h.. eacn or saia aays,
and tbstslz months from the 29lh day of Reptember,
A. I). 1883 ls the time ltmlU-d by sald Court for sald
credltora to preaent their clalms to us for ezamlnatlon
Dated at Worcester, thls nth dav of Oct. A. D. 1883.
19-21 J!EIFELEIt,,, CommUslonera.
WILI,IAM W. STORItS1 KSTATK.
The undersumed. havlng been appolnted by the Honor-
able Probate Court for the Dlstrtct of Washington, Com
mlssloners, to recelve, ezamlne, and adjust all clalms
and demands of all persons against the ratate of Wllllam
W. Storrs, late of Montpelier, In sald Dlstrlct, drceased,
and all clalms exhlblted ln cffMt thereto, hereby glve
notlce tbat we wlll meet for the pnrposea aforesald, at
the omce of Ilomer W, lleaton, ln Montpelier aforesald,
on the 31 dayof Xovember and 3d dayof Aprll next.
rrom ten o ciock a. h. uniu rour o ciock r. u., eacn ox
sald days, and that stz months from the 4th day of Octo
ber, A. I). 1883, Is the time llmltmt by aald Conrt for sald
credltors to preaent their clalms to ua for azamlnatlon
Dawd at Montpelier, thls 11 th dav or october, A.u. 1S3J.
IIOMF.H W. HEATOS.l commlssloncrs
18-20 J. C. IIOUOUTOX, J t-ommissioncre.
JOHN W. MELLEN'H KSTATE.
The nnderalgned, havlng been appolnted by the Uonor
able Probata Court for the Dlstrtct of Washln gton , Com
mlaslonera, to recelve. examlne and adjust all clalms and
demands of all peraons against the estate of John W.
Mellen, late of waterbury, ln aald Dlatrlct, deceased, and
all clalms exhlblted In offBet thereto. hereby glve rotlro
that wn wlll raeet for tbe purposea aforeeald, at C. F.
Ctongb'a cmce ln Waterbury aforesald, on tbe flrst
Wedneaday of Xoveraber, 18S3, and flrat Wednesday of
March, 1884, next, from one o'clock r. M. nntll four
o'clock p. u., each ot aald daya, and tht slx months
from the 22d dar of HeDbmber. A. D. 1883. la tbe tlmo
llmlted by aald Court for aald credltora to preaent tbelr
clalms to ns for exsmlnatlon and arlowance.
Dated at Waterbury, thls J.nti day or sept., A. I). 1983.
17-19 NATH'IYMOODT, Commtsalonera.
ABNKIt D. HPATtltO'W'S KSTATK.
STATE OF VEKJtONT, Washington Dlatrlct, to.
In rrobate Court. held at Montpelier, ln and for aald
Dlstrtct, on the 5th day ot October, A. D. 1883 :
An lnstrnment purportlng to be the but WUI and
Teatament of Abner D. Kparrow. late of Calaln, ln sali)
Dlatrlct, deceased. belngpresented to the Court by Almlra
M. Nparrow, the Ezecntrtx named tberetn, for Probater
It la ordered by sald Court, that all peraonN concerned
tbereln be nottfled to appear at a sesslon of sald Court,
to be held at the Probate Omce. ln Montpelier, on the
26th day of October, A. D. 1833. and show cauae, lf any
thev may have, against the Probate of sald wlll: for
whlch purpose lt ls fnrther ordered. that notlce of thia
orrter be publlshed three weeks succeeslvely ln the Verr
mont Watchman & State Journal. printed at Mont
pelier, preyloua to aald time appolntea for heartng.
By the Conrt. Attest.
17-19 A. C. AYERILL,. Reglater.
JOIIN O. TAlIOR'S ESTATE.
8TATE OF VEltMONT, Washington Dlatrtct, si.
In Probate Court, held at Montpelier, ln sald Dlatrlct,
on the 9th day of October, A, D. 1833)
Truuian C. Kelton, Admlnlstrator of the estate of
John C. Tabor, late of East Montpelier, ln sald Dla
trlct, deceased, proaenta hla admlnlstratlon acronnt
for ezamlnatlon and allowance, and makea appllcatlon
for a decree of dlstrtbutlon and partltlon of tbe eatate or
sald deceased. Wbereupon.lt Ia oraered by aald Court,
that aald account and aald appllcatlon be rcferred to a
aeaslon thereor,to be held at the Probate OfBce.ln aald
Montpelier, on tbe 2d day of November, A. D. 1SM, for
heartng and declslon thereon ; And, It Is f urther ordered,
that notlce hereof be glven to all peraona lntcreated, by
pnbllcatlon of theaaue three weckBBiiccesetvely lnthe
Vermont Watchman A Htate Jonmal, a newspaper pub
llshed at Montpelier, prevtona to sald time appolnted for
heartng, that they may appear at sald time and place,
and show canse, lf any they may have, wby sald acconnt
shonld not be allowed, and sncn decree made.
By the Conrt. Atteat,
17-1S A. C. AVERILL, Regtster,
GAltnNKU I,. flKATtl'S KSTATE.
HTATE OF VKIt.MO.N r, DUtrict of Waahlngton ae.
In Probate Court, beld at Montpelier, m and for sald
Dlatrlct, on the 18th day of October, A. D. 1883:
Martha C. Ileath, Admlnlslratrlx of tbe estate of
Oatdner L. Heath. late ot Plainfield, In aaid Dlstrtct,
deceased, makea appllcatlon to sald Court, for llcenae to
aell all of Ihe real estate of aald deceased, sltuated ln
aald Plainfield, excepllng the dower tbereln butlnclud
lng the bomeatead and reverslon ot the dower, repra
aentlng that the aale of a part tbereof, except tbe home
atead, la nec-aaary for tbe payment of tbe aebts of aald
deceaaed, and tbe expenae of admlnlatratlon of hls es
tate; and that such parl cannot be aold without lnjury
to those Interesied ln the remalnder; and that the aale
of the bomeatead would be beneflelal to tbe wtdow and
mlnor cbtldren of the deceaaed aforeBald. Whereupon.lt
la ordered by aald Court. that aald appllcatlon be referred1
to a aeailon tbereof, to be held at the Probate Offlce ln
aald Montpelier, on the 91U day of Xoremter, A. D. 1883,
for hearlogand declslon thereon; and, lt la f urther or
dered, that all peraona tntereeted be notlfled bereof , by
publlcatlon of notlce of aald appUcatlon and order there
on, three weeka aucoeaalvely ln the Vermont Watchman A
State Journal, aneapa per publlshed at Montpelier, and
whlch clrculates ln tbe nelghborhood of those lnter
ested, before aald tlmeof heartng, that they mayappcar
at aald time and ulare. and, lf they sm cauae, object
thereto, By the Conrt. Attest,
19-21 A. C. AVEKILL, Reglater.
HKNItT ST. CUMMINO'S KSTATE.
STATE OF VEltMONT, Dlatrlct of Waahlngton, art.
ln Probate Conrt, held at Montpelier, In and for aald
DUtrict, on the 23d day of October, A. D. 1833 i
A O, CummlnB. Admlntstrator of tbe eatate of Henry
M. Cummlngs, late of East Montpelier, In aald Dlatrlct,
Drceaned, makea appllcatlon to aald Conrt, wllh tbe
consentand approbatlon, ln wrltlng, of the only halr of
aald deceased, for llcense to sell all of the real eatate of
aald deceaswl, alluated ln aald Eaat Montpelier and In
aald Montpelier, to wltl Ihe "John Ooula 2d Farm,"
ao called. altnated In East Montpelier, aforeaald, and the
"Noinerby Farm," ao called, altuated ln Montpelier,
aforesald, representlng that the aale tbereof would
be beneflelal to tbe helr tof aald deceased land tboee
lntereeted In hla eatate. Whereupon. It la ordered
by aald Court, that sald appllcatlon be referred to
a sesslon theteof, to be held at the rrobate Ofllce lu
aal.1 Montpelier, on the 9th day of November, A. 1.
1883, for heartng and declalon thereon; and, It la further
onlered, that all peraona Intereated be notlfled bereof, by
publlcatlon ot notlce of aald appllcatlon and order
thereou, three weeka aucceaslvely tu the Vermont Watch
man X Htate Journal, a newspaper sublUhed at Mont
pelier, and whlch clrculates ln tbe nefghbornood ot thoao
Interwted, before aald time of hearirg, that they may
appear at aald time and place, and, lf they aee cauae, ob
ject Ihereto. By the Court. Atteat,
18-18 A. C. AVEKILL, Reglater.
OAII ItOIUVSON'S KSTATE.
oi Ai cur Yf.itMuriT, Dlatrlct of Waahlngton, aa.
In Probate Court, held at Montpelier, ln and for aald
Dlatrlct, on the 1Mb day of October, A. D. 1SS3 1
Charles C. Roblnaon. admlnlatrator of tbe eatate ot
Noah Roblnaon, late of Waterbury, ln aald Dlatrlct, de
oeaaed, makea appllcatlon to aald Court, wlth the con
aent and approbatlon, ln wrltlng, ot the nldovand helra
of sald deceased, for llcense to sell all of tbe real estate
ot aald decoaied, altuated ln aald Waterbury, axceptlng
the dower tbereln, but lucludlng the bometlead and re
venlon of tbe dower, repreeenuog that tbe aale thereot
would be beneflelal to aald wldow and belra and
thoae Intereated tn the eatate of aald deceaaed.
Whereupon, It la ordered by aald Court, that aald ap
pllcatlon be referred to a aes8lon tbereof, to be held
at the Probate Omce, ln aald Montpelier, on the 2il
aay of November, A. I). 1883, for heartng, and declalou
thereon i and, It la lurtber ordered, that all peraona In
tereated be notlfled hereof, by publlcatlon ol nottco of
aald appllcatlon and onter thereon, three weeka auccea
alvely ln the Vermont Watchman A State Journal, a
newapaper publlahed at Montpelier, and whlch olrculatea
ln the nelghborhood of thoae Intereated, before aald time
of heartng, that they may appear at aald time ano' ploe
and, lf they aee cauae, object thereto.
By the CourU-Atteat,
18-20 ' A. O. AVKSILL. Reglater.