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SCIUTTURK AND FKEK Tl.ADE.
Tlieri' I" nsninll lnt uiilurnllrd par
ty, Of, il it lnuy not ho tligtiillutl n ti
party, a cllquc, the oflsprlng of tlie
Cobdon club in England, wlio advo
cato frco trnde. Professor Perry of
Williams collogo has Bomewlmt dtatlu
guishcd liltmclf ns nn advonato of this
English party. In England tho party
is vcry largo and composcd of vory
distinifulslied lncn. Thoy uro the lords
of capltal aud vast orgauizcd imlua
trlca, vvlilch ciiu use, and wliloh liave
used, vast smns to crush forolgn in
dnstrica, nll lu tho bonevolent Intorests
of irco irado. Tliuir conduct ia iu the
highest degreo oomuieudablo. A mau
who prol'essca 10 bolieve a great truth
and will not spend money for Its pro
mulgation is a hypocritc. Naturally
this grcat aud powcrful club fcel a
great and very bcnerolent interest in
their kiusmen of the Unlted States.
As ouo'b frionds dlminish ho naturally
loves tho fow tlial reinaiu witli au in
tense aflection. E9pecially is this true
wheu thosa fow aie vcry powerfnl and
Tery rioh. Now tho great English
colonics, wholly bliud to their owu in
terests, or anllcted with a mental ob
tuseness whicli raakes them incapablc
of comprehending the unseltish duc
triues of the Cobdeu club, liave turued
agaiust them. Poor, benightcd, uupliil
osophie Frauce, after a most happy e
perienco,has dono the saine. Germauy
and Kussla aro also in tho dark agcs.
Turkoy and Egypt are the only en
lightoned nations of auy consequence
that havo i'ollowed tho Cobden leador
ship aud haye thereby attractcd a large
attention iroin tho civilized world aud
the visils of large compauies of excur
kionists, 8OH10 uuder the chargo of Mr.
Cook and some undcr tho charge of
Mr. Wolecley. Twelvc thousand of
the latter will rcmain for somo time.
The United States, being already tho
largest custotners England has, and by
reason of their vast wealth being able
to purshaso more goods from England
than any other two or threo couutrles
united, aro an object of affectionate in
terest. Tho Cobdeu club lamenla our
beniglitcd conditiou aud wonders wo
do not join those enlightened and
happy countrics, Turkey, Egypt and
Japan, npon whom it is conferring tho
inestimablo blessing of free taado.
We certainty ought to do it immediate
ly, or we shall never reach their happy
and prosperous conditiou.
Professor Perry is worthy of all
Pra, o mr Dringing Bomo new argu-
lllbU fcllU J.11C U1U UCUDIU'
lence about "buying cheap aud solllug
dear" is wom out. Besldes, somo will
ask why we should help the English to
ell dear to us aud buy choap of us,
which is their oponly avowcd dcsigu.
Professor Porry has brought the liible
to his ald.
Thla is Ihe juilife that emls the strire,
When wlt and reasou lail-"
Ho shows that all protectionists are
KOluer etraiirht to hall unlDas thnv va
pent. Ho proves this by scripture,
which wo shall quote in ordor that all
protectionists, being thus faithfully aud
kiudly warncd, may instantly repont
aud turu to tho salyation of froo trado
But wo will tako his scripturo, iu or-
uer that all may leel its pertinoncy
and forco. Flrst, "In tho morning
sow thy sootl and in the evenitig
withold not thy hand." Who will be
a protectiouiat after that.
O .1 KDI .. .
oecunu, "ouo layotn a piau lor a
fleld, and buyetli it." "She makoth
linen garmants aud selleth them aud
delivereth girdles to tho merchants."
T) Ol - r I . A X ....
yriuv. omo, lh.; xno lnterence is
tnat tno Old Testament is in favor of
free trade, aud we earnestly request
that no one of our reuders should for a
momeut questlou it.
Third, Our Lord "overthrow the ta
blcs of tho money chaugers and the seats
of them that sold doves," Thorefore
tho Cobdon club is right.
Fourth, "Then ho that had re
ceivea the nve talents wont aud
traaea with the samo." Probably,
re'marks the learued professor, "he
went abroad." If he dldn't another
man did, that is, the lord. Aud, more
over, he must have been a froo trader,
lor ho mado his mouey very slowlv
"after a long tlmo" not llko tho bloat-
ed protectionists who grow suddenly
ricti "the Bessemer compauies" for
In the intoreats of tho free trade ar-
gumeut aud in order to promoto its
force, wo would suggest that tho learn-
ed professor change this part a little,
bec&uio it doea not aeroo wcll with
what IoHowb, which ia tho most tro
menuous part of the tract and auffl-
cient to make overy protectionist
quake Iu his boots, if he have any
We should liko to quote the wholo
page, but we must coudenso it. Ho re-
marks with much force and perlinency
that there "was a thorough-going pro-
toctlonlsl" in the parable,"the smallest
man" and therefore haviog tho smallest
sbare. Ho waa "afrald to trade." Ho
was not at all afrald of his auslero
lord, but of "pauper labor," "accuned
forsigners," etc. His wlio lord ordered
hlm to be "east into outer darkness"
"whero all protectionists as such will
go uulesa they repont." These are
ProfeBior Perry'a own wordi, and
closob hls liiicl wllh lliu Bolomn quoa
tlnn: "I ilc'i'p ii'u. tmmn imiural
;illiiilty nlil lnu u 'I liiniim.y Ix'twetn
Hiich pcuplu aud ouli'r iluruni'ss."
Wo bcg tho wholo United States and
all tho nations of Europo (Turkey and
Egypt, bclngcnllghtcd natioiiBand free
tradera, ure not included) and all the
colouies of Grcat Hrltain to lay this to
hcart. V7o havo already givon all the
spaco wo can sparc to this subinct, but
vvishlng to contributo our littlu tnlto to
this groat aigiiuieut, we would thnidly
suggest to tho lcarned profossor theso
words lrom tho Old Tostatncnt : "Lord
tny hcart is not. lmuglity uor mlno eycs
lofty, noithor do I oxcrcUo mysolf in
great inatters or in thinijs too hlgh for
BTSan Fraucisco has just been cu
joyiug a flrst-class snowstorni, the
only ouo for (hlrty years. Ono of tho
newspapors of tho city devotes two
coluinus to descriptions of the event,
aud gocs to tho lenglh of quotiug sov
eral staiizas of " JJeautiful Snow."
Richmond, Va., has a foot of suow,
aud heavy storins aro reported iu the
larThe United StatB" Senafe has
been engaged the past wcek iu discuss
Ing the presldential succession bill,
which was linally passed on Tuesday.
It provictcs for liauding the Hticccssiou
down through the cabinet, boginnlug
with the socretarv of state, with a pro
viso that the secretary of state Bhall at
once summoii Congress in extraordi
nary scssiou to makc provision for a
new electlon and tako such other filops
as the einorgency uiay demand. It. is
thought tho meaRure will go through
tho IIouso wlthout nuicli amcndmcnt.
EF"Milwaukee was visitei' on Wed
nesday by a terrible calamity in the
buruingofthe Newhall House. Tho
firo broko out carly iu tho morning,
while the guests slept. The hotel was
a mero sbell, b'ix stories iu height, and
had long beon consldered a dcath-trap.
Before tho fircmen could get to work
the building was all iu llauies. The
grreatcst conftision prevailcd. Somo
wero cut oft from escape aud perished
in tho buruing Btructure, while others
in their terror jumpcd from tho upper
stories to the groutul aud wcrc killcd.
Tho loss ot Hfo is estimatcd as high as
100, but on account of the vast cxtent
of tho rulns it will bc Beveral daya be
fore the exact uumbcr is asccrtaiucd
toss to property is $500,000.
tyThe too common practico of giv
ing tcstimonials has had au illustratiou
in Philadelphia. The shcritl' ot that
city, 011 retiriug from ollice, published
an addrcss. signed by a largo number
of the most promincnt citizeus, iuclud'
ing two or thrse hundred lawyers
The auuress ccrtilics to tho pcrsona
"urbanity, courtesy and kindnoss" o
tho cx-ofllcial, and dcclaies that ln e
"conduct as sherill has been equally
above reproach." Tho Philadelphia
Tlmes, however, says, "it must have
been known to evcry ono ot thcse ctni-
ncntly respectable signers that tho
abuses of tho sberiu"'a ollice, whicli
has been a scandal aud a ci iinc against
thia commnnity for many yeaiB, Mr.
Taylor did nothiug to reforin;" that
he farmed out tho plunder of tho ofllce
aud awindled the county generally.
This is by no means an exccptional
case. Men of respectability. whoso
opiuioiiB aro worthy of consideration,
not iufi'cquently cndorsc tho characters
of those whom they ought to know
do not tncrit etidorsement. It costs
uothing to 8ign, they think, aud so
they do it. But a man should, tor
mauy reasous, be as thoughtfnl in cer
tifying to character as iu cndorsing a
t3T A bill has been introduced iu tho
uational House of Iteprcscntativcs pro-
viding for the establishment of a postal
telograph system similar to that of
Englaud, without tho expondlture ot a
dollar by tho government. It provides
for issulng 8,000,000 bonds, redeem
able in twcnty yoars laiul payable in
thirty years, at threo pcr cent, $300,000
to bo rotaincd cach year to bo applled
to the redoraptlon of bonds. Tho
maln lino is to extend from Portlaud,
Me., to Topeka, Kansas, with branches
to all points deeraed advlsablo. OfliceB
will flrst be eatabllshod at carrier post
offices, and if consldered feaslblo by
tho postmastor-general iu tho smallcr
oflices. Tho unltorm rato ot twcnty
five ccnts for teu worda will bo tho
tarifl unless tho postmaster-goneral,
because of compotitlon or other causcs,
deems it advisablo to rednco tho rato.
nrTho buslness of niakiug nomiua
tions for tho presidency In 1884 ia en
joyinga "boom." A Dcmocratlc gath
ering at Iudianapolls, last week, put
forward ex-Sonator McDonald of that
State. On Mouday nlght somo threo
(hnndrod Democrals lrom Massachu
setta and nelgbborlng States mot at
Boston to colcbrato tho annlversary of
the battlo of New Orleans, talk of
I Jackson and Jotloraou and start
movoment for Gov. Butler for Presi
heldent. Gov. Cleveland of New York,
Ib also promlncut in this cotincctlon.
On tho Itopublicau Bido tho only mau
thns fir slronifly urged for tho prosi-
di'iitlil cauilldit',v N Soiiator EdiinnU
ol'llils Stulo. Tlio lollowmg U a laiu
ple of tho cndorsementH ho gcls from
papors iu varlous scctlons of tho coun
try: The mau who shnll bo chnscn as tho
Repiiblican standard bcarer in the
comiug contcst niust bo 110 rommon-
placo slaiosman. 110 must oo ono iu
whoso clmraclcr therc is no flaw or
bletnlah. Illa carcor must bo ouo in
which tho country can tako pride and
for which it can leel tho warmesl ad
mlration. To unassallablo integrity
must be joined thohighest gradoofabi
lity. Ancxpounderof tho constitution
wliose viows carry with them conll-
deiicj and convictlou; a mau whoso
Hfo has been dovoted not to pcrsoual
aggrandizcment, but to the welfaro ol
the country; uo auxious seckor for
placo, but a patriot whoso flrst ainbi
tion is to servo with unswervitig fldell
tv all nublic iuteresls committcd to his
charge; souud on all tho great issues of
thcuay; a ueiievor in tho rolorm of
tho aOmiuistiativo departments of the
govornmont ; an cconomist by practice
and conviction ; a stauuch believcr in
tho protcctiou ot Amcricau Industry;
a mau of libcral culture. whoso hoart
is in carucst syuipathy with tho prog
ress aud purposcs of tho ceutury such
is the mau who must be selected in
order nronerly to voice tho hopes. the
demauds aud aspiralions of tho eti-
lightcncu voters ol tlie country. There
may be many public men who can
meet these reauiroments. There is
one name whicU Bprings to every lip
as more than all other the imporsona.
tion of thcse high atlributcs. (ieorge
P. Edmunds of Vermont is tho tnan
who embodics them all in himself. U
tho Hcpnbllcau natloual conventiou
shall placo bitn at tho head of its ticket,
the country will ratify tho cholco with
spontatieous enthuslasm, and his eloc-
tion will givo to tliiR government a
chiof mogistrato worthy of Ihe best
traditions of tho liepublic.
Yermontl Mcrino Shcep-Brecilcr's As-
Tho annual niecting of the Vermont
Merino Sheep-lJfccderp' assooiation,
which began In tho court house in this
villnro on AVedncsdav and closed on
Thursday, was largely attcndcd. The
prococilliigs wcrc in generalliarmonious.
and the Interest creat. It is cvhlent the
sheep Imsiness is as prosperous as ever
liero anu ln tnc est. Itreeuers auu
tlealers werc prcseut not alonc from the
immediate vicinity but also from Wcs-
tcrn New York. Ohio and other hcctions.
President Milo 15. Williamson called
the mcetliig to onler, rancstlay morn-
Imr, and made a brlef addrcss. Jlc con
gratulated his fcllow-mcmbors in tho as-
sociation on us prosperity and on tlio
succcss which had atteuded tlie efl'orts
made to render the I'cglster of the asso
ciation reliablo. Xone but llocks of un
qucstioned purity of blood should find u
placc ln its pagcs. ln concluslon he
commcnded the carefulness of the secre
tary, Mr. Albcrt Chapman.
Secrctary Chapman's report, which was
subniitted, shows that the giwth or the
assoeiatlon the past year has been the
largest in Its history. Since the last
meetlng 93 pcrsons have becomc luom
bers; the total membcrship is now about
1,013. Of these, 5S.'J rcslde in Vermont.
l-Mirmg tne ycar Xoi) new iiocks werc
rcgistered, niaking nearly 000 flocks in
all. The reccipt during the year were
3,033; the expenses, 83,425. The
umouut now in the treasury is $2,GS7.41.
The amlltors' report shows the linlcial
coiulitlon to bc as statcd above.
In consideration of the satisfuetory
state of the fluanccs, it was voted, oii
motion of Ilon. Thurman Brookins of
Shorehaiu, to remit tho annual dues of
all old mcmbers.
Article 8 of the constitution was
amcndcd by substltuting the word "mem
bcrs" in place of the word partles," the
object being to prevent outslde partics
from taking nppeals from the declsious
of the coinmlttec on pcdlgrces.
The nfternoon scssion was mainly de
voted to the electlon of ofllccrs, with this
result: President, Milo JJ. Williamson
of Cornwall ; vice-presidcuts Thurman
Brookins of East Shoreham, Samuel
James of Weybridge; secretary, Albert
Chapman of Middlebury; trcasurer,
Vlrtulon IJice of Bichville; dlrectors
Cyrus Jenniug-5 of Hubbardton, F. H.
Farrington of Brandon, II. C. Burwell
of Bridport, John H.Sprague of Vergen
nes; conimittec on pedlgrees J. J.
Crano of Bridport, II. S. Brookins of
Bichville. W. B. Beiuelc of Middlebury.
All these ofllcers cxoept Mr. ifames were
.Swretarj Chapman's salary was In
crcased by .$500 to $2,500 a year.
The sesslon of Thursday morning
opened with a discusion of inatters re
liitlnf to slippn-hreeilliH'. Mr. 1.. W. Poot
j read a carefully prcpared and valuable
paperon "hneen-iiu'snaiuirv." becretary
Chapman stated that 7,709 Merlnos wpre
nipneii lrom tms st.-uion in 1W' ns
agalnt 0,777 in 1881.
lu tlie nttenioon uol. .loim B. MkmI ol
Bandolph spoke in favor of a protective
tarifl" and told what the wool-growers
were doinjr to maiutaln the nresent rates
on wool. Bemarks on the ireueral sub-
jeei oi uie tarui were matie uy Jir. K.a.
uisscii oi siioreuam anu secrctary Cliap
man; and a resolutlon condemnatory of
newspapors that advocatu a rcduction ot
dutles tendlng to tho ptaudard "for reve-
nuo only" was pioroseilby Mr. Chapman
and uuanlniously adopted. The gather-
nvz inen au ourncu wmiout uay.
Owlng to thc fart that the metting
dlu not close till 5'esterdny, we havo not
enueavoreu io give iu tms lssue an au
equatc report of thc proceedlngs. Xext
week, however, we shall glve a full
accouut of tho assoclatlon's dolugs, to
gether with such of the reports and
papers as theic is space for.
lt is BCldom that vou will fecl unwell nr nfr.'r
iroininuigcsuou 11 you use nrown's iron Jiittcrs
Death to rats. mice. roachesandanta: l'nrsnna
Exterminator. Ilarns, granaries and households
cieareu 111 a Bingio nignu no lcaroruad cniells,
llestand cheapest vermin klller ln tlieworld
PcruVian Srrup cureBdyBpcpsia.gencraldebil
Uy, livercomplaint, bolls, liumora, chtonlc diar
rhca. nervous anectlons, leinalo complaints and
all dUetm-s origiBaUng In a batl stato of the
Edward Kverett and Edwin JI. Stanton dled
with apoplexy, a dlsease olten mUtaken for
liearl dlsease. Tlio two complaints are, never
UieleiB. CBscntially dl flercnt. "AnoulexT Is a
loss of voluntary inoUonand tcnsuUon, caused
by presauro on tho braln." For 30 years past,
Dr. Oraves' lleart Regulator kas alwaya cured
nean uneaee anu its kinureu irouuici,
J. G J. 3FL 33 .
Toall wlio nrp juircring from tlio crrorg and
Iniliscrt'tluiH of vmitli, tiprvoua wpakncar, carly
iIpi'AV, t f mnnliiHiil, Ap , I llli'nil airrlpp
tliiilnill 1-1111' M'li, KltKH 1K t'llAUHK. Tlit .
gn-at rL-un'ily uis illicupml by h iiiIsh...:u y Iu
Soutli Ainci-ica. .Sciiil n sclf aildrespcil piivpIom
totUo ItKV. .iDSF.I'll T. INMAN, Slullnn I, Arew
1'orfc City. '.'Cly
H. B. Dodge
ATWOOD SHEEP FOR SALE,
"llavlne solil mv farm. 1 now offcr mv cnlir
ilock for sale; 72 in number. Alao my farminr
tooie. tKAMJ.I.N HOOKKK.
Cornwall, l)ec. 13, 13S2 . :17 4
REPOUT OK THE COXDITIOX
NATION'AI. 1IANK OK JIlDDLKllURV,
at Middlebury, ln tho State or Vermont, at the
close of bualness December .10, 168;.
I.O.H18 nnd dlscotints, $.1flO,55'J9l
U. K. lionus to securc pirculallou, 'JOO.OOO oo
U. y, lionds on hand, 5,KV) 00
Other Btocks, bonds and mortg.igos, SfiOO 00
Due IVom approved rcservoacents. 28.959 78
Hcal entatc, lurnltnre and HMun-i., '.,(KX oo
uuecKsanii.-oinercasn nems, ;i,wk 4:
Fravtional iiapcrciirrpncr. nickels
andccnts. Slo 10
Spcclc 10,467 00
J.egal tendcr notos, 7,i"0l 00
KcdcmiHloii fund wltli U. S. Treasurer (5
ler rent, ofeirculatton,) y.000 00
$ :oo,ooo 00
National bank uotesoutstauding,
UemandcertiUcate'i of dcposlt,
Statk or Vermont ( l.dohnl!. Wellington,
County of AiMIbou, &. Cashipr of the abovt
tamed bank,do Holemnly swcar that the above
itatement li trur to tho best ot mv knowledge and
Iiellef. JOHN tl. WEI.I.INLITON, CaBhicr.
Snbscribcdan-J aworu to before 1110 this 10th day
of January, lss3.
C11AHI.ES E. PINNEV, Notary Public.
AI.BEUT A. FLETCHER,
C'AI.VIN HlLl., Jfiirprtors.
W11.I.IAM 1. NASII,
REPORT OP THE CONDITION
FIltST NATION'AI. 11ANK OF ORWELL,
nt Ornpll, 111 Uip State of Vermont, at the
clo'p 01' buf inei", Dcctraber 30, 1532.
Loans and discountB,
U. S llonds'to cccurc circuhition,
Other btocks, bondj aud inortgaKCi,
Ouo from approved reBeneagpntn,
Real cstate, turnituri' and llxture,
L'hecks and other caah IIpuih,
Ilills of other baiikn,
Fractional paper currciicy, nk'kpU
Lcgal tendcr notes,
ltedcmption lund with l'. a.Treasurer
pcrccui. 01 ciicuiaiion,!
Capital btock paidin,
National bank uotcs outotandUig,
U, 199 84
imiiVKiuai uepositssunjeci 10 cuecL,
Iicinand ccrtiilcates of deposit.
me to ouicr national iiaiiks,
Notes und bills re difcountpd,
Staie or Vermont,
I. t. r.. Jiusn,
Countv of Addioou. 1,3. 1 CaBhiei- ol Ihe above
nauit-d bauk.do boleuiuly am-ar that tlu' above
tiairmeui is uue 10 uie uett 01 niy Kiiowieuge anu
biliel. v. E. 1I1. S11, t'aslner.
faub;,i;ribed andfcnorn to beturo mo thl vthuay
ot January, lws.
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.1,3. l.ll.li'A, Aumij t iiuii, .
VlRTLl.ON Rlt'll, )
W. C. R1CE. Hirti li r.
T. A. HA.MMOSK, )
NE W AD VER TJSEME2W S.
I CURE FITS!
When 1 ti cur 1 00 noi min uir)l to .lop lhD lot
ril cur. I hK mJ Uen ot FITS, El ILKrSi
or i-ALLtNa8icKNKSSiir.-ioDituay '""""i?;'
MtuedT lu cnr tha wort tM Becoiie olhri tiT
inci for tre.tlw nd a rr.o Bottlo ut ijj InfaUlU
r?"eJj. UIt Kipre nJ l'ot omcn. H cot joa
BollilDK tor ttliU, uJ I wlU cure jou.
SidrsM Br. II. U BOOT, ll frl SL, Xw Vork.
MASON & HAMLIN
T A "VTCJ nre certalnly best liav
I I T f l t" inir been so decreed a
every tlreut World' lllduitrlal Competlon
forhlitrrn Yeurs; 110 other Amcncan organ
hminir lieon found eoual at anv. Also ehoai)-
OSt. otyio ivsi; 311 ociavcs; suiuciciu tuniwn
aud power, with bestiiuality, lor popular sacred
aml hL'L-uliir luuslc iu bcIiooU or famillcs, at only
$22. Ono hundrod'otnor au 00 ai
30, 57, ttw.72, 478, t'Xi, l(is, 114 to $300 and
up. Tho larger Btyles are who Uy unrivalleil by
any other orgatiB. Also for eay payments. New
UluBtrated catalogue lrco.
Thn M&snU A UAMLIN flrpan nnd
Plano-60.. 154 'i'reuiont btreet, lloston; 4(1
j-:at 14th street. (Uuion SiuutrelNcw Vsrk; 119
Wabasli Avcnue, Chicngo-
1 htra DoaUUartuiMdT furtti ftbuTdUu; bj lu
nt tnouiana trc4Usor tDont Eina o
i ct I01
hi tutan rnriil. lndMil. 0 ItrODsT ! H1T fftlt
ctcr. thn I wttl nJ TWO BOTTLK3 FRKK,
logethtr wllh m VALUABLE TKKATI8K on thU d.Mt
W aj mfferer. Otr Kxirtt nd V. O. ddrei.
v UK. T, A BLOCUM, lil Pr. 8t., Nw Tori.
lu IU niflcac;
A DVERT1SERS send for our aelect Ust
1 would lieraliy notlfythe imljllctlirt I liave
njiene 1 n KiirnitureStoru ln
A, P, TtlPPER'S BLOCK,
Vtlierp I bIiiiII kpi . 1 full und
which will be sold as lovr a any dealer iu Adtli
It Will Pay You
to call aud examine my stock betore putchashiK
A ane and entlrely new stock of
kept constantly 011 hand.
The ue of au
Mtfldlebury, Deccmber, 1, 1S3I.
J. E. Negus,
HIS NEW STORK, SOUTH END OF
BKIDCJE, UAVI.SU OPENED
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HKiilnnt llii! uMiiIk uf Ainuli Wlluux, lule ol'
Middlebury lu Kiild dletrlcl, deetueod, und all
clalms cxliiblted In oirct tliercto, liereby glye
notlco tliat wo will mcct for tho purposo afore.
aid at the storo of V. A. Ilond A Ilro. In
Mlddlebury.on 1I10 7lh day of Kcbruary and the
Tlll llnv nt Mnt-nli nnvl IVfin, ln n.Ai;.nl ...
untilo'cloekp.iii.,cncli of nald days, and that
M montlislroni tho lh day of Kebruary, A.
iow, iBniD 111111; iiunipti ny aam eouri lor
sald credltora to prevent ihelr clalins to us for
px auilnation and allnwanri'.
uateiiat Middlebury, thla 11th day of .lauu
ry, 4. li., 1883.
l-KAMi A. UOXI), 1 ,. ,
joiin iiviu:, I Co"''".
4UG UIluerBlFliril. Iinrillir lioon n,mn nln. liv I
llon. rrobate Coun lor tho dlstrictof Addison.
commlsBloncrs, to rccehe, t'xamine, and ad.
ust nll clalmi and ilemands ofall persons agalnst
the pstato ot rvrns Mni inn i.mn nr mi.i.iioIhim.
lu sald distrlct. dcceased. and all rlalm.
wo will meet lor tho purnonr nfureBaid. at tha
resldenco ot L'aleb Alortou 011 the 80th day of
yuuu.ur anu iuo .-11111 nay or Jlay next, irom
ten o'clock a, m uiitll tluee o'clock r. n.,
eaeh or sald days, and that nix nionths fioiu
tlie 3d day ot January A. I). lss.1. u the tluie
limltcd by sald court tor Bald credlturs to
present their clalms to us for exaininatlon and
Datcd at Middlebury, thla !nh .lnr at .1.1. n.
ary. A. 1). 18S3. 2 :l
UIIAS. W. MATIIEWS, 1 rmn,.
IlOltACE GOltllAM, 'JComrs.
STATK OF VEltMONT,
Dlttrlct of Addison, .
1IIK 1 ItOllATK COUHTI'Olt TI1E DlSrillCT or
To all tiersons intnrpfili.il tn iha .i.ta
Lovlsa Hoot, late of Orwell, ln sald Dls
trict. deceased. r.trTT
By theauUiorityoftho State ol Veimont, you
are hereby notiiled to appear herore the sald
I'robate Court, at tho Probate ofllce ln Mhl,ii.
bury, ln Bald Districion ths 5th day or Febmary
A. b. 1883. at 10 o'clock A. M to shovF cause, ff
any you have, why the account of Ronin E.
1 rown, exccutor, of the will or sald deceased
should not be allowed, and also why the residuo
of sald cstate Bhould not be dlatributed to the
partles entitled thcrcto.
"aieu at Mtuuieuury-, tn sald district this 9th
day of January, A. D. 1B82.
.L.1JUAN n. K.NAfP, Jud?e.
The undernlirnpil. h.vin. i.., .
by the llon. Probatb.rtV Ah-Hu.iVr1
dieon, coramlBsioncrs. to recclve, examine and
adjt.st nl clalms and demands of all persons
aa nst the estato ot Jonathan Wlllis, late oi
Mlddlebun- in said diBtrict. deceased and all
a.i."".c.xlbiteU " olrct U'ercto, hereby glve
nOtlt e that WO Will mnnl fnr Ih.i,, ...'.?"
said, at the residcnco of Chanccy L. ilranch!
on the 17th d.ir nr J.mnn A.-
June neXt,from 9 4 b? .
eacn 01 Baia clavs. and thit It mnnih. r..:
the 21st day of Uccember. A. D. 1832 Is the
Kauce1.elrClalm9,OU8 for on and
a ,i l Miuuicbury, this 28th day of December
C. h. llltANCir. ) ,
CHAS. U. MATIIEWS, ( Com'rs.
STATE OF VERMONT,
Addison District, ss.
ln Probate Court. linliipn nt nn i.iioi.,,.
26th day ofDecembcr, A. I). 1882. "
pi.o. uunnen, pxecutor ot Uie will of Daniel
llowc.lateof ilr dnnrt. ln n!,l ,1111, ,i,....i
makes applicatlon to said Conrt for liccnse to seli
all ofthe real cstate of said deceased, reprcsent-
.icti-noary ior me payment or
the legaciesof said deceased.
uncreupon.it is ordered by said Court that
paid applicatlon come under consideration and
bc heard on the 22d day of January, A. U. 1333.
at 10 o'clock a. m at the Probate Ofllce in Mid
dlebury; and, it is further ordered, that all per
sons imcrested be notiHcd hercof, by publlcatlou
ofnoticeof this applicatiou and order thereon.
threo weeks succcsslvcly ln tlie Middlebury Ilee
istcr, printed at Middlebury, beforo said time of
icanujj, iuui uie- may appear at sald tima aud
place, und, ifthey sce cause, object thereto.
y inif uuun AllCBl.
LVMAN E. KN'APP, Judge.
KSTATK OK MORRIS GRAVES.
The undpriilciied havlng been appolnted by the
IIou. Probatu L'ourt fnr 1 ) 1 .ii.triot nf a,i,h...
commUsioners. to recoivp. pxflmtni.. nmi nHi,,. Un
clalmi and demandi of nll pi-rsons agalnst the e
iHieoi .norrn tiravcs, late of SalNbury, in sald
dlitrlct, deceased, and all clalnn exhlblted ln otl"
jet thereto, Uereby glve notice that e will nu-it
for the purpoics aforesuld, at thp lste dwelllng
dayot Jebruary aud 10th day of ilay, 1M, from
ten o'clock, a. m. until four o'elock, p. m., on each
of sald dajs, and that lx months trom the 14th
day of N'ormber. A D 1S2. ia the tlmn llmltoil hi-
iiou'ooi faiaueceaseu, ln Salisbury. 011 tlie 10th
said court for said credltors to prreut their clalms
to us for examlnatlon and allowance.
uaira at aaiuoury, tliis wtli day of Dpcember,
A Ij lSi'.
I.SAAC STAFKORU, i
I. E, aiiiso.v, I
The undersigned, having been appointed by
tho IIou. Probate Court lor the District ol AdilUnu.
commissloncrB, to revcivc, examine and adjust
all claims and demands ofall perBons agaiust the
cnuitu ..lj.cis iiuauHu), i.iiu ui oiioreuaui,
insald district, deceased, and all claimaexhlblted
ln ou"sOl thereto. horebv eive notice that we uill
meet for the purposea alorsaid.at the late resldence
of the.deccabcd in Shoreham, on the 3d day ol Feu-
ruary and lSthdayof June, next, from 9 o'clock
a. m. untll 4 o'clock p, in., eai-li of said davs. and
that six iiionths trom tho 13th day of December
A.l). 18a3,is thc time limltcd bv said court for said
credltors to present their clalms to us for examiua
tion anu aiiowanrc.
Datedat Shoreham, this 3d d.ir of Jauuarr. A
THURMAN I1RO0KIN9, 1 .,,.
E. 11ARR1SON WOOSTER j Com "
Addison District, ss.
In Probate Court. holdcn nt Middlebury, on the
3d day of Jauuary, A. D. 1883.
Tliiirman RrooUni, udminlstrator ofthe estate
of Hannali I). Chattcrton, late nf Whiting, tn
Baut uisirict, iteccu-ii, niakes applicatiou
to eaid court lor license to sell all of
thc real estate ofsaid dcrcaecd, representing that
Bald sale isnecessaryforthepa)mentofthedcbta
oi sald dcccascd.and f.ir tho interest ot all con
i-criied and in this petltlon all the heira residlng
in Uils tato loin.
WhereuDOn.lt is ordered bv said court that said
applicatiou romc under cousidcrallon and bo
heard on the29th day ol jan, A.D. 18S.l,at lOo'clock
a.m.,atthe probato ofllce iu Middlebury, and it i
Inrther ordered, that all pcrsons intercsted beno
tllled bereof, by publicationof notice ol thisappli
cation and order thereon, threo weeks success.
iruly in the Middlebury Registei, printed at Mid
dlebury, bcfore said tlmo of hearing, that they
may appear at said tlm and place, aud, it they
sce rause, object thereto.
Ity tlie court Attest.
1 1.YMAN E. KN'APP, Judge.
will pay tlie above reward
any casu of Liver Complalut, Dyspepsia, Sirk
lleadache. Indigestton. Constination or Costlve
ness we cannot curo w itli West Vegetable Llrer
Pills. when the dlrections are strlctlv comnlted
with. i liey are purely Vegetable, and nevor
tall to give Batisfactlon, Sugar Coated. Large
boxes, contaiulng 30 Pills, 25 cents. For sale by
all Drugglsts. lWware of counterfeits and imlta
tions. The t-euuine nianufactured only by
JOIIN C. WEST, & CO.. "Thc PlllMakers," 181 A
rs3 i , aiamson M., cnioago, r rce mui pacagt
by mall prepald on receipt ot a 3 rent stamp.
lu nlmt tvay a Previtlent Evll may be Slioru
oi lla iwer io iiurui.
Malaria is a bread name for many dlsea.es
all originatlug in blood poisonii g. Itillious IV
ver, tne cypnua unu lypuoiu jevers anu i-uiii auu
fever are promliient mcmbers of the family.
Malaria detlesallko tho bulldors, theplumber
and the physlcians. Desalrliig of ortllnary
ticatment, the latter almost unaulmouily rec
ommeyd ltcnsou's Uapctne porous Ptaster as the
greatest anti tnalarla specltlc of the ae. These
piasters aci upon ino uver, spieeu, uoweis auu
Worn over tlie region of tbe Uver, and upon the
back ovci the ktdneys, llicy wardofl malaria like
an amior. No other piasters do Uus.
Wheu you purcliaBe aatlsfy yourscir that tbe
word Capclne ls cut ln the rcnter ot the plaster.
Seabury A johnson, Chemlsts, New York,
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