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BA.LCS OF SHEEl'
Rocorded In tlio lleclster of tho Vermont
Merlno Shoeu ltrooilera' Assoclntlon.
Mrs L V Clnrk, Addison, Vt, to 0 V Mneon,
Vergennes, Vt, 1 rnm.
O K Willlnine, Wlilting, Vt, to Jullus Stlckncy,
Whceler, X V, 1 rnm.
Thomas 8mlth, llalli, Mlcli, to Doty Cllshman,
Dewl tt. Mlcli, 2 cwe9; to lieo Cushiuan, 1 lowltl,
Mlcli, 1 ram; to J C Sloughton, Dcwltt, Meli, Jt
r"j A Murdock, Crown Point, N Y, to K U Wll
co.t, ltri(l)ort, Ucwcs.
I) Y Itobertson, Now London, O, to Uriah
rrivctt & llro, tlrccnsburg, Ind, 1 ra n,l ewe.
J K Waiker. Weaiherslleid, Vt, to V II ltntce,
Siirlnglleld, Vt, 1 rnni j to Jolm O Vnlkcr,9iring
flclil, Vt, 1 rum; to W U Loonard, alpolo, N II,
David lllazcr, Carrolton, O, to Mrs Elizn J
Shcphcrd. Carrolton.O, 1 ram.
Jnmcs Hoyt, Sallne, Mlcli, to Jeromp Allcn,
Mllnn, Mlcli, 1 ram; to U C Allcn, Mllnn, Mlcli, 1
"cii'asDccds.Outvllle, O.toLD ralge, Gran
ville, 0, 1 ram; to Jeiikin Joncs, Granville, O, 1
"a" j Mason, Vermont, to C W Mason, Vernon.
ncs, Vt, 12 rams.
.Tamoa 11 Wnlkcr. Wcathcrsllcld, t, to Irank
"Wood, Charlcstown, N II, 13 ewcs.
J 11 ilodsklns, Wailham's Mllls, N i . to Sylves-
tcr Uoff, Lewis cenicr, - l , - rams.
ii if Vniuriiiiii. Woodstock. Vt. to Stctinen
Townscnd, Woodstock, Vt, 1 ram; to llurt Cohb,
Woodstock, Vt, 1 ram; to Eilwin Ullbert, llrldgo-
watcr, Vt, I ram.
G II Vauglian, Woodstock, Vt, tollcnry Von.
del, Woodstock, Vt, 1 ram; to llcnry l'crkins,
Hartland, Vt, 12 ewcs.
A J McMlllcn, Mendon, Mlcli, to James W
Morgan.Tlirec ltivers, Micli," rams; to O UTIiurs
tou, llronson, Jlich, 1 ram; to II W l'urccl, Mich,
1 Yu'woostcr. West Cornwall, Vt, to U T I'cck,
West Cornwall, Vt, 7 cwes.
L S Ilnrwell, Bridport, Vt, to W 1 Larnbcc, Or
ttpii. vi. i rnm: to W L Ilamilton. Vt. 1 ram.
D Holmes, Whiting, Vt, to A A l'ond, Whiting,
Vt, 7 shceii. . ,
C A Chapman, Middlebury, Vt.to John Gnrtes,
vt, lcwe. . ... .
J S Mowland. Woodstock, Vt, to G W Avcrs,
West Windsor, Vt, 6 cwes uml 1 ram ; to.I C Mow
or, Woodstock, Vt, 1 ewo.
Cook, Morse & Co, ltayinond, U,to 7. II Frcnch,
Sldney, 0, 1 ram.
I) O Fra)cr, Greemvich, O, to li A Itoardman,
Morris & Dean, West Mansfield, O, to J M
Flanagan, West Jcflcrson, 0, 1 rnm.
C N Alward, Pataskala, O, to F S Hlgbee, Pat
askala, O, 3 ramsand 3 cwes.
Jonnthan Arcv, Salisbury, N II, to lsaac tSan
born, Wcet faalisbury, N II, 2 rams.
TIIE MIDDLEBURY KEUISTEK,
A wcekly newspaper publishcd at
81.50 pcr year at Middlebury, Vt.
Tho circulation of this papcr has in
creascd so rapidly ditring thc last fow
iiionlh8 that wc now unnouiico tliat at
thc beginuiiig of thc New Ycar it will
appear in a new dress and will bc in all
respccts a thoroughly first-class funiily
papcr. lt will thcreafter bo printcd
ontirely at houic; and much niorefipace
can and will bo givcn to thc spccial dc
parttuents, as wcll as to honio and
gcncral ncwB and other niattcrs of inter
est to its rcaders.
Thc. Jlorse Dcvartment, which was
started onc year ago, will bo kept up
and enlargcd. Wc intend to give in
this departincnt thc most aceurate and
coniprchcnsivo inforiualion on tho pcd
igrecs of trottors and trotling sires. U
will continuc to bu dcvotcd to thc in
torcsts of thc Morgan I lorsc, of which
it is now thc rccagiiizcd organ. Thc
fullcst information will be givcn on all
stallions doscondod in dircct niale linc
frorn .Tutin Morgan, which infortna
tion will oventuully bc pitbliRhcd in
Thc lii:iiSTi'.it ha also undcrtaken to
expose thc frands in exiitiug trotliug
pedigreoR, whcreby onc fatuily has
bccn bttilt up at thc cxponso of all oth
crs, which frands prevail to a uiucli
greator cxtcnt 'han is gcncrally sup-
poscd. It will bo observed that in all
our work oti pcdigrees thc original lel
tora and sourccs of information arc
glvcu. Wc bolievo that, onco undcr
stood, this tuethod will bo thc ouly sat
iafactory ono to tho publtc. It is tho
only ono that ought to bo satisfactory.
Phesuuve Youit fii.es, for tliuy arc
worth prcscrviug. Full indox for thc
Ilorsc and othor Departmonta will be
furnishcd at tlto ewt of cach year.
In thc New Year's issuo will begin
tho history of tho dam of Ethan Allcn.
Tho testitnouy takcn in the search aftcr
this pcdigrcc, togethor witb informa
tion obtuined on othor irnportatit pedi
grces, is so full and varicd that this ar
ticlo will cxtend through quito a num
bor of papcrs.
In tho last number of Wallacc's
Monthly, undor tho hcading "AVlmt
ioois Tiiesc -uortais lio!" appcars a
short cxtracl frotn a lcttcr publishcd in
tho Turf, Fichl uml Fttrm, in which
tho writer confounds tho inaro Dolly
Spankcr, dam of Georgc AVrilkes, with
tho fast pnccr of tho samc natno and
claims that "the gcncalogy introdticed
among horsc-brccdcrs that Wads
wortu's half-bred Hcnry Clay, a horso
that never got a horsc, marc, or gcld-
iug that could trot a iuilc bettor thau
2:30, sircil tho gauic, fast-trotting maro
Dolly Spankcr, tho dam of Georgc
"Wilkes, is situply misleadiug mcndaci
ty." Tho coinmunication is 6igucd
Undor this cxtraut Mr. Wallaco says
"Tho foregoing is copicd l'rom the
Turf, Ficld and Farm of Oct. 30 and
seems to bo datcd at JCochcstcr, Octo
ber 25 Thc suhject would lcad us to
think that this was written froin Itocb
ebter, JSf. Y. Ilut thc intcrnal cvideuco
is very strong that it inust havo origi
natcd in Vermont, for wo don't think
anybody outsido of that Stato could
havo known so little and at thc satno
timo supposo that bo know it all.
Wcuavo introdticed this prccious bitof
ignoranco and concoit as a spcuimou of
tho way in which niany fools undcr
ako to ovorthrow pcdigrecs that Uo
not conform to thcir thcorlos. . . .
Tho real objcct of this attack on a wcll
ostablishcd pcdlgrco will appcar latcr.
Nothiug will satlsfy William Jackson,
whioh wo tako to bc a )io?)i de plumc
tlll tho dam of Georgo AVilko is
shown to bo a Morgan maro. It makc9
no shiidow of ditrcrouce abont tho truth
of tho mattcr, for tho truth is just what
'AVilliam Jackson' aud his principal
This is quito ilattoriny; to us. Aftcr
having criticlsed Mr. Wallaco's allcgod
pcdigrecs as frccly as wo havo for tho
past ycar, to lind that ho is obli:cd to
rcsort to an arliclc in anothcr papor,
which no porsou councctcd witb The
ltixiiSTEit over saw or hcard of till it
appcaicd in print, to llud somothiug
to rcply to, is trtily plcasiug. It is
donbtlcss quito natural for him to as
sumo that wo pursuo tho samo tnoth
ods in our work ou Morgan hoi-6cs iu
rolalion to that blood that ho himsolf
has followcd in tho Troiting llcgistcr
rclativo to tho blood of Mcssongcr. Ilo
may as fairly attributo hia own meth
ods to us, as thc blundcrs ot AVilliam
Jackson, though thc formcr iH hy far
tho tnorc acrious chargc. Thc rogue
whcn followcd always cries "Stop
lt cannot bo bocauso wo havo not
oflon cnongh chargod that U'allacc's
pcdigrecs wcro falso that ho chooscs
Mr. Jackson to rcply to instcad of us.
Ttio troublo is that wo havo furnishedlhc
proof of our charges, whilo Jackson i9
undoubtcdly ofl' tho track. Wallacc ro
minds ua of thc man whoso companion
said to him : "AVhy did you stand thcro
dutnb and lct that fcllow call you a liar
ovcr and ovcr again?" who softly ro
plicd, "Well, tho fact was, about that
tnatter Ididlic; bnt you just lct him
call me a liar sometimo whcu I happcu
to bo tclling tho truth, uud you will soo
.AIOItE O.X ULACIC MAItlA.
AVc notice in inlcrvicw with Mr.
Locklin AV linwright that ho at lirst
tliought thc graud-dam of IJlack Maria
was Cock of thc Iiock blood, and
thiH bloud ho tliought Morgan. Thcro
was a Morgan Cuckoftho Kock, but
neither hc nor M.r. liarnum's Cock of
Uock could have had auything to do
with thc blood of this maro, as aho
mu-t havo becn brought to Salisbury
by Mr. Dart about 1820, and was then
quito au old miire. Cock of the Kock
was brouyht to Vergeuncs by Mr. Uar
tiutu about thc Baino tiinc. 1'robably
Mr. Waiuwrighl, who was tlien a boy
of sevcn, rcmctnbers confmedly thoso
two ci.-cumtanccs. Ilo says, at a
second ititcrviow,that Cock of tho itock
is tho lirst natno ofa stalliou that ho
can rcint mber, and that bc roineinbcrs
of it ab.iut tho tiuio thcy got this maro.
Suciug that thorc couhi bo no conncc-
ti'in bctwcon this mare and Cock of
thc liock, wo did not luontion lliis in
inlcrvicw publishcd. In rsgard to
IJlack Maria, Mr. Wainwright says ho
known 6ho was thrco ycars old past
whcn ho sold her to Mr. Jcntiings in
1837. AVc eloscly iiucatiouud to soo if
Mr. Wainwright did not think that
Iilack Maria mighl have bccv but two
ycars old whcn ho sold her, for thon
wc saw that sho inigbt havo becn sircd
by this Young Cock oftboltock that
Mr. Yale owncd in 1831. But Mr
Viinwright was po<ivo that tho colt
was thrcc, says bo kiiows this as well
as ho knows auything. Ilo was vcry
suro sho was sircd by Harvey Ynlc's
horso bccauso ho remcmbcrs thcir
brceding to that horso aud doosn't ro-
momber any othcr's comiug thcro, but
ho wottldu't swoar to it; but bo knotrs
thc colt was thrco ycars old past when
hc lct her uo. Sinco tho pnblii.hed in
lcrvicw with Mr. AVaiuwright and Mr.
Yalo wo havo learned that Mr. A.
Smoad got this Young Cock of tho
Rock of John AVainwright, a brothor of
William Wainwright, for whom hc
worKcu sevorai ycars. xins was a
lightish bay horso with long slim ucck
aud very long 6loping hip, of about 950
pounds wcight, aud cortainly, if wo
judgo by characlcristics, had a botter
right to be tho sirc of Hlack Maria than
the Morgan horso Fox. Tho bill of
salo shows that Ilarvoy Yalo bought
this Young Cock of tho Kock of A.
Smead, May, 1831. We do not kaow
that Mr. Smcad owuod this horso iu
1833 or even that Mr. John AVain
wright did, but thero would soom to be
a strong probability that ho might,aud,
if60, it was cortainly most natural for
liis brothor to havo brcd hia maro to
him. Mr. A. Smcad is dcad, but wo
hopo to got moro information on Young
Cock of tho Rock. Mr. Linaloy in his
work on tho Morgan Horso says that Mr
Yalo sold Kox in 1831. Thjs wo called
Mr. Yalo's attcntinti to at tho inlcrvicw,
but ho did not think it of much accouut
as ho said lio gavo Mr. Linslov tho dato
lroui memory, but ho was very stiro
ho sold Fox the fall bcforo ho bought
tlio Saxton farm. Tho town rccoals
showcd tho Saxton farm to havo bccn
bought by him 1831. Comiug 111 this
way, wo put much coutidonco iu this
dato, eepecially as a long search of Mr.
Yalo's papcrs did not show thocontrary
and did show that his rccollcctious
about thc purchaso of Young Cock ot
tho Rock aud tho Patriot Mossongcr
wcro exactly corrcct.
TIIE HEfUSTUH'S AVOKK.
Tho followlng lottcr and copy of
very compliuiontary roply aro scnt us
by M. T. Gratton, Ksq., owncr of tho
notcd liorso llorod, aud ono of tho lcad
ing turf wrltora ot tho West:
Poi'LAii 1'i.ains, Ky., Dcc. 5, '85.
M. T. GitATTANisq., l're?ton, Minu.
My Dear Sir: in tho Jh-ecders' G
zctte, May 1 (ycar not knowu to nn')
thcir anpcars a' list of Morgan horscs
with thcir rccords.
Aa you aro now tho owncr of llorod
and intcrcstcd in Morgan atraiua, can
you furnish mo a copy of jonrnal
iiamcd. Wo havo a Morgan horsc and
aro arranging his bllls for coiuin sea
son : whon wc have thcm printeil will
soiid you ono.
Ifyou havo oxtout'cd podigrco of
llorod, would liko tc rcccivo ono aud
any printcd mattcr relativo to Morgan
strains. I will apprcciato favor.
J. II. Samuei..
IsiNonits, Minn., Dcc. 12, 1885.
J. II. Sa.muei,, Esq.
Dcar tiir: 1 am unablo to furnish
Gazctto of dato namcd. Mr. AV. II.
llliss of Roehcstcr, Art., is corrccling
liet to date, owing to failuro of my
oycs; ho will publish soon. Scnd him
S'l.50 for his papcr ono ycar. Ilois thc
ablost liviug cxpoucut of tho grcat
M. T. Guattan.
Dam of John Lambert.
AVc rcccivc thc followiug additional
information frotn Mr. Huusdcn ou dam
of John Latnbcrt,
Ticondekocja, Dcc. 2, 1885.
JOSEPII 1JATT1-.I.L, ESQ.
Dcar Sir: I did not brccd hcr. 1
bought tbc marc from a man that
drought her from Hiverdc Gracc,Cana
da; hc callcd her a full bloialed Mor
gan. Sho would weigh ovcr 1200 aud
could trot in a commou buggy in thrco
minutoB. I think. put hcr in a trotting
wagon sho could beat 2 40 with casc.
Sho was kept for a family drivcr till
sold to Bush & Dcnny ; ncver trained
to trot. A tnoiith provious to my scll
ing hcr Col. Charlos llunsdcn drovc
hcr on tho road; ho said to mo aftcr 1
had sold hcr that sho could beat 2:40
AVM. AV. IiUNSDEN.
(Jeo. II. Mitchcll, 2:218; Xclly AVcbster,
BY AME1UCAN ETHAK, SO.V OF ETIIA
Sauatooa Si'uiNtJS, Dcc. 5, 1885.
Josepii Uattkll, Esq,
Dcar Sir: Yottr tavor of inquiry at
hand. Iu rcply vill say, my opiniou
is that "Grcy York," tho dam of
American Ethan, was brcd by Mr.
Geo. Adauis at Whilchall, N. Y. Shc
was atterward sold to K. A. Aluxandcr
of Kcntticky, and raiscd sovcral fast
onos. Mr. Adams is doad;dicd iu
Troy, X. Y. I)r. T. it. Uoynoltls of
Saratoga brcd Gco. II Mitchcll; bin
dam was got by Eoug's iiup. Tornaclo.
Edwanl lliick, tonncrly of Ft. Kd
ward, btcd "Xcllio Wcbstcr." 1 am
pleascd to liear from you; enclocd
lind pcdigrcc ot sovcral of my brced
ing. 1 cxpcct tho stalliou Ilclping
llund to beat 2:20 ncxt poa&on. 1
bicd tho dam of Robcrt M. Taylor; hhc
is dcad. 1 also brcd ltcoompenso,
the dam of Katy llarris. Sho is
again in foal by Alcantara. I do
not think it possible for any gonllomau
to show tivo bcttcr brcd than aro mine,
and tliey promino all I can ask. With
my Umu rcmcmbrauoc.
i ours witli respcct,
C. AV. MiTCiir.Li.
P. b. Will bc haiiiiy to impart any
intormatiou I have at any timo.
Hotspur tlilel', 2:2!).
NO. RlLKiEVILLE, lJoc. 4, 1885.
J. Hattkll, E-(i.
Dcar Sir: I raiscd the horso Hot
spur Chief, forJcd 1871. by Ilotsnur, by
Old lIamblctoi.ian, dam by Conc's
Itackus; his rccord is 2:29. 1 sold him
to Ferguson Cauip of Iloiucr, Ohio
Cmnp sold to Armstrong of Seville,
Ohio, whorc ho is still owned. Wc
cau not traco his brecding any lurthcr
ou tho dam'a sidc.
C. J. Peck.
Dam or Sea Foam, 2:211-2 and Firty
RicnviLLE, Dec. 7, '85.
Jo?urn Battell, Esq.
Deur Sir: l havo becn today toseo tho
partics who kept tho Vincont marc, tho
inothor ot fcea i'oatn,wutlc in vcrtnont,
Ilufl and Popper wcro tho mon and
aro unablo to givo satislaclory cvi
deuco as to foaliug, but ugrco in say
iug that sho camc from Maiuo aud that
sno was a bcautuui inarc. uoior, a tica'
biltou grov, and of Mcssongcr stock.
Sea Foam was irou grcy and was an
Improvoment ovor tlie niotlior,Sc.,iVc.
fluo eizB aud a trotter from tho begin
Tlio horso, Ben binith, was at ono
timo owned by AVallaco Smith of Mo-
chauicsvillo, N. Y., from whom, I
think, you cau know as to his brecding,
&c. 1 think I shall soon know whcro
to flnd tho mau Vincont aud ifl do 1
will loaru moro of tho mattcr, I trttit.
This dam ia giyen by AVallaco un
qualitiodly as by llarris' Ilambletonian
Dams of Allco, 2:28; Kittlo Cook, 2:20,
norii hy ethan ai.len.
Ticonoekoga, N. Y., Dec. 5, '85.
JOSEl'H I'.ATTEI.L, Eq.
Dear Sir: Will Mooro of Shoreham
Art., bred Ibo dam of Allco (2:28), and
AVtn. II. Cook of Ti. bred thc dam of
Kittio Cook (2:20).
W. G. lUi.mviN.
AVest Union, Iowa, Oct. 8, 18S5.
J. Battkli., Ripton, Vt.
I aaw Goorgo Mtllor. A man bv tho
natno of Harris Tappln raisod Wid
gcon; liyos noar Itcloit,Wls., a Norwc
t'iun by birth. Widgeon'a airo camo
from Canada; Rirod two colts and was i Thcro htvi' bonn nthcr Arorgan stallions
polsonnd at liolvidcro, III. Uuuiv Mil-'in this hccII iu. H h would boof iutcr
lcr b.ught AVi.lgeon in 1 H.'.S ; lm whs , csl to you I tnlght glvo vou thoir his
Ihcii eight ycirs old. lln siro ciuhl t..rv. Kilie II. lms pnvcd to bo an
trot in thrco ninutcs auitthislH all Mii-lcxtra bivcder. IIr llrat loal wai Ihrcc
lcr knows abmtl, tho niiiuor. W-uld ycars old Iho 7lh of this motith. Sho Is
l,ko to hcar floinethiiig aboui Fcar- vory largo, ontivo and proinnt colt, duo
IJIiirk Arrow; Joo Klplpy, 2:25, itnil I'if
ty ltact! Trultur.
Cookm'IU.e, Feb. 7, 1885.
Mlt. Jo.SEl'll Batteei..
Dear Sir:l havo answcred thcso
quesiious with rcganl to tho pcdigrco
of tho horso "Joo Riploy" as woll as it
was possibh) for ini' to do, to tho
Spirit of the 'J'imcs, also Wal'ace's
Momhly s mo timo ago. Itack of his
airo and dam wo know notliing dell
mto; Wheoler has bccn dcad niany
yoars and I havo bccn unablo to find
any ono wlu knows anytbing detiuito
about his horso. Itlack Arrow
passed through a good niany hands and
l cannot lind any roliablo authority as
io his pcdigrco, only tho gcncral ini
pression is that, ho was a woll-bred
Morgan. Kcgrctfing that 1 cannot givo
you any more dntinito inf'ornnti iii con
ccrtdng him, 1 lomaiu,
Very rcspcctfully yours,
AV.m lt. Poutkh.
P. S, Do you Unow who owus Joo
Riplcy at prcscnt, aud whcthcr ho is
on tho turf yct? By answcring thc
alnvo, you vlll obllgc,
Yours, ctc, AV. 11. P.
Note. P. S. Black Arrow was
owncd by a man namcd Chandler, liv
iug at Stoutrhtou. Daiio Co., Wis.
Rclatlng to Vi-iinont Itoy,
siiu; of ltr.coNSiitucriox.
St. Ai.iivns, Vt., August, 5, 1885.
JOSEl'H ItATtr.LI,, Eiy., Iliptou, Vt.
Deur Sir: Replving to yours. No
stich tirin cveir oxistml horo as Gadcoinb
& Sanderson. J. L. Sandcivon, Si.
Louis,is tho man v .u probably rolcr to.
Ilo was quito a li'tuinan, but novor
iinportcd any Mork. I'rank Stouc was
a stago drivcr aud Ind a little chctnut
stalliou (Fronch). Don't know whcro
btonc is, but tliluk lio is dcad.
Faiiny Cook. by Alnlalhili.
Chesti:u, Orangn Co.
Suptcmbcr 1, 1885.
Allt. JOSEl'H BaTTEI.L,.
I rccoived vour lcller niaking itKiuir-
ies conccrning tlio pedigree of tho maro
bought by my fathor tor Mr. Cook of
I was extremely bnsv at thctiineaud
tho sons of Mr. Aran Klcok hnving
movcd to a diataul part ol tho count ,1
dotorrod tho mattcr until a fow days
ago, whou vlsitmg thcm l got the ou
closcd pcdigrco from Mr. Van Klcek,
tho sou ot tho inau w.Ijo brcd Fauny
Cook and har dam.
Mr. Aran Klcck brcd Fannv Cook's
dam iu Uutciicss couutv aud brnugbt
ber with him to this ctiitnty whcn be
tnoved horo forty-lhrcc yers ago.
L rouicmbcr nor di-iincilv as a chest-
nut inaro very high-sUung, liaudsotno
and a natural tat-troltii'. Shc attor
wards became lamo with a bog-sp tvin.
1 ncro cau lio no iio-.siiiiii douot ot
thc corrcctncsd of the cuclosed pcdi
1) VVII) lion,
sou of tho latc Sccly R. K 'C.
.Fauny Cook bv Abdallab, foalcd
1847 Fanuy Cook's dam by Stock
hohn's Aiucricati Slar, by Duroc.
Mr. Arau Klcck givos uo Ri'd Itird
cro-s, but mstcait auoilicr. C)n tlns
point wo havo written for lurthcr iu
Iiiiportiint l.cttcr from l)r. liillnicycr.
JIOL'NTAI.N CHIEF, I.EAC'Il S lil. ('K HAWK,
MlI.l.Ki: 3 lll.AClv HAWK.
Chekuy rvi.i.i-., Msrch.
Josurn Battei.i., Midd.i'bury, Vt.
Deur Sir ioui just receivcd.
IC'itio 11., blk. inari', fouicd April,187U:
sircd by Hcn Phillip, s-iie ol Itcu Uult
32: ll d. Mary l'iiiiiiis t .Uounlnin
Chicf: 2d (1. Bcau v Phillips b Loach'8
Black Ilnwk; 3d d. Uhauncoy Mead
Marc, by Mabio ooli. Bcu PniHijn by
Dick ( 'oiisterimiion out nf Iti'uuty Pliii-
lips above. Mouuiain C-iiet (not Itoy)
by Old Morrill, bt ntlaid, having sircd
Uave!aiid,2:2U l-l antlJupiifi-,:ai 1-4,
is regisloreit iu L't v.i. i tiuiiK.
Lcach'B Bluck llawk by Aonnont Black
Ilawk.out of a daughter of Sir Charlos,
son ot Duroc; Sir Charle, d. by Plato,
son of imp. Mt'sscngor. Uick Constern
ation was sircd bv imi). Consterimtion,
d. by AVarren's Mcsscngei,lio by Ehio's
Jlosscugcr, s. t. u. a gramtsou ot imp.
Mcsscngcr. Dick woighad 1290 lbs.,
aud was ono of tho moat stylish hot'hcs
Tho Mcad maro was sircd by a colt
purchascd by his broilu-r troin ono of
thc Mabio's.who lived iu Boonocounty,
adjolnitig this, aud ullliouli l have 111
torvlcwetl those slill liviug, 1 cannot
lcarn anytbing positivc. 1 bred Iiatio
11., Miry Phillips and llcn Pliillips. iiid
owned Dick Constornaiion. Sco AVal
laco 2d and 3d volumcs.
Chauncoy Meado of Ilarlcm, this
cjunty.brcd lteauty Phillips sho pass
ed through Mr. Andrus to Ira Phillips,
now of Chicugo, who told her to mo.
Leach's Black llawk was sold by Na
tban Russel and Squiro IIowo of Brid
port to llorace Millor and Shopiiard
Lcach of this cotiuty, who owncd him
whcu I chiio horo in Juuo, 183. liis
daughtors wcro all rattlo-lu'atUd, but
wcro cithcr speody or C'tildroadll
iniles an hour. You seo b Kaiie It.'s
pt'digrco sho is itibri'd io Leach's
itlack llawk. through Itoauty i hillips.
Polter and E.ra Millcrowui'd tvo stat
lions iu 1855, and kept them hcro a
torm of years tor servico. Tho Pot
lor Moigau was a bay ofa ihxideil
.Morgan foriuatiou, s. t. b, by Sheriuitu
Morgan. Ho lott boiuo good utock
was tho g. siro of B.iy Toni ; rccord
2:43, aud I saw Imu trut a 1-2 milo trial
Tho Millor Black llawk was a oniiill
black lior.-o of cxtraordiuary bt'attty;
wasa vcry p isitivo trottor.and altriough
ho could not bcal 3 muitilcs ho was so
extremely Immly, ho would botluna 10,
horro wlio tnoil to puss him. Tho
thrco aboro namcd stallions woro tlio
bost l havo knowu horo Iu thirty ycars.
I sliould includo Mountaiii Chiof.
to foal iHtol'Mtiy to my phonomcual
pacino; colt, Good Luck, who could
paco l-l iu 33 scconds aud 40 rods in
15 secontls as a 3-ycar.old. Ilo will bo
4 ycars old tho last of next Mav, whon
l inlnnd to work him a little. Katlo's
socond lllly will bc a ycar old ncxt
May; by Frauk Millor, son of Itluo
L'ull, 1st d., Cora Phillips by DickCon
8lcrnalion,2dU. Itcattty Phillips, again.
It is a vory largo, strong fillv aud shows
spi'od as most all of Frauk Millor foals
do. Sho has thrco crosses of tho old
Black llawk marc, but thcre is all thc
vim aud powcr shown by all tho do
sccudantB of that gaeat old horso.
Plcaso exfittso my long lcttcr. AVritc
mo again aoon. Yours,
E. T. IllI.l.MEYEU.
Ailvanccd In ycars, 0presscd wllh fcars,
And bowcd down to tlic ground,
Ycm'll win rellef pastall hellet,
liy CKI.KItV COMI'OUNl).
To Btrengtlicn the stotnacb, crcatc an
appctltc, aiul rcinovo thc horrlble depres
feion aud desponilciicy which result from
Iiullgestion, tlierc Is nothing so effecttvo
as Aycr's 1'ilN. Thcse 1MIU contaia no
calonicl or other polsoaous Urup;, act
dircctly on tho dlgustlvo and assimtlatlve
on;ans, and restore health and strcngth to
tlio cntii o pystetn. T. V. lioniier, Chester,
l'n., wrltcs: "I havo ued Aycr's Pills
for tlic pat 30 ycars, and am satlsfied
I sliould not havo becn allvo to-day, U It
huil not bi'eu for tbcm. Thcy
mo of Ilyiprpsia whrn all otbcr remcuies
failid, ainl thcir oecaslonal use has kept
mr iu u licalthy condition cver stnce."
I.. X. Sinltb, Utlca, N. Y writcs: "1
li.no ucd Aycr's I'ills, for Llver troublea
and Inili','estIon, a good many ycars, and
havo always found thcm prompt and
cflicii'iit iu tbeir action.'' lilcbard Norris,
I.yiin, 3Iav., wrltes : "Aftcr much sufler
hiir. I Imc hcen cured of Dyspcpsia aud
Ayrr's Thcy havo donc mo moro
good than any otbcr mcdiclue I havo evcr
takcn." John Iturdctt, Troy, Iowa,
vrlu : " For ncarly two ycars my life
was rrmliTrd mherable by tbc horrorsof
l)j-ln'pla. Mcdlcal trcatmcnt aironlcd
nu only tcmiiorary rclicf, aud I bpcame
rcilucrd In llob, and vcry mucb dcblll
tatcd. A fricnd of mlnc, who had bcen
Minilarly alllictcd, adi-ed mo to try
Ajer's PilN. I did eo. and witb thc
Iiapplcst reiults. My food soon cra.cd to
diitros? me, my nppt-tltc rcturucd, aud I
bccamc as itrong and wcll as cver."
DH. J. C. AYEK &, CO., Lowell, Mas.
For salc by all Druggiats.
STATK Ol' liKMOST,
AiIiIIhiiii IilHtrlct. ss.
Ilo it icmcinbcicd. that at a scsion of thc liro.
hitc conrt holden at Jllddlebury, witiiln and lor
aid dilrict on thc lMh dav ol Dcccmhcr, A. I
Prcscnt: Hon. Evman I'.. Knanp. Judcc.
Wlicrcas, l.ouU Giaril, mlinhustralor of tho
cftalc nl .Napolcou I'lKcon, lale ol llrlilport,
In Mild dlstrlct, dcceased, has this day ircM'iitnl
to Kiid court, his nclition in wrilinp, rcttliiK
I'orlli, that It will be necessary to scll a nart ol
thc real ct.Lile ol s-iid dcceased. lir the navincnt
r tlu- dchts and ctriiKfs m iidininiKtrallon; and
ilio th.it lt will ii" iicnelici.il lor all partics iu
tcrcstcd thcrci Io scll the wliolool'tbe rcal c.
t.ilr nl s ild dce.icd, aml thcrcin niaking appli
citiou to said court lor liccin-c to makc such tale
Aml aid adininlslrator havlui: nroiluecil u tai
court thc asrcnt in writlnir of all tlic heirs rcsid
in tlu Sfilc, intcrestcd In said rcal eatate. lt 1
orilercd. iliat all neri-oiu intcrestcd iu tho estate
ol'sdd decciiMMl.lie notilled to appcar heforc said
court, at tlicrniiatconicv In .MUiciiemiry, in sam
dlotrict on Ibo llll. day ol .lanuarT, A. 1). lN-t),
hy pulilication ol this order, thrcc wccks succts
sively previous tlicrcto, in the Itcjjislcr and
dinirnnl, a ncueii.ipcr pnntcd at Mnldlehury,
aforesaid, to show eanc, if any thcy niay havo
why said lleensc should not bc Kiantod. 81
I.Y.MAN E. KNAl'l', JuiU?o.
STATK )F Vi:itMtNT.
Dl.trWi nfAddlson, ss.
Un it rcinembcrcd, tluit at a sesslon ot tho pro
hatc enurt huldcn at Middlebury, wlthln and lur
s ihl district, on thc 15th day ot Decenibcr, A. D.
l'rcsent, Ilon. I.vman E. Knapp. Judvo.
Wheicas, S.irdino F. llubbard, adminlstrator of
tlic cslatc nt I'.iin I Jl. Allx, lale nl Hancock, ln
sahl district, dcceased, has this day prescntcil to
said court his pctlttmi ln writlnn, octtiiiK forlh
that it will bo uecessary to sell a part of the real
estate ol said ileceased, for tho paymcut of. thu
di'iits and charges of adniinlstratinn; and also
that lt will be bem llcial lor rll partics interesti d
thcrcin to sell tlio wholc ot tho rcal estate
of sahl dcceased; and thcrcin niakiuir
applieadon to said court for hcensc to makc
suc h salc. And sahl ailinln strator havimr
product-d to sahl eourt thc nssent in wrltlnjr of
nu mo ncirs resiuuiK in uus btatc, lulercstcu ln
. ild rcal estalc, It Is ordered, that all persons
Intcrcstuil in tho cstato of sahl dcceased bo noti
iled to npi'car bcloro sahl court. at tho nrobato
olllcc in Middlebury, in said district, on tho 11th i
d.iy oi .lanuary, A. n, invj, at lOo'cloek a.m.,
by publleation ofthisordo threo weeks sncces
sively previmn thercto tn the Mhldlebury IIcr.
isler, a newspaper prluted t illdillebury, afore.
said, to showcause, if any thev may have, why
said licensc siioiild not jrranted. 51
LYMAN 1-. KN'APr, Judjje.
for Infants and Children.
"CastorlalsBo well odaptfslto children that I Castorla curcs Collc, Constlriatlon,
IreconinicuditoaBuperiortoauypn.'scripUon I Bour Stomach, DlaiThcoa, Eructatlon,
known to inc." IL A. Ahcueh, M. D.. I eX3' ClYe3 'P' l,romotos
111 Bo. Oilord GL, Erootlyn, N. T. Wlthout lnjurioua modlcaUoa.
Tub Ckmtacb Coulny, 1S3 Fultou ritroet, N.Y.
STATH OI' VH11MONT,
III. (rUl nr Adolnin, kk,
Tho irili:itc riiiii tti'r thu dlstrlct nf Addison
I'o nll pcrsons Inti'rustcil In tho cstato of
Ethan AndrtiB. lale or Cornwall, in said illslrlct,
ilcceaKCd. ohki tino
lly tln' antli-irity ot the fiUitc or V. int, vou
nrc hcri by notilled to niii'nr bel'ori' the snld pro.
liah' cinrt, at thc iirobato ollicc in Jliildlebiiry.lii
wdd dlnlrlct, on the 4lh day of Janii iry.A D.lbfcU,
at 10 o'clock n. in., to show causii If any you havu
why the account or II. n. Tajlor, ndtnlnls
tralor nl'tho estalo or sahl clcccasod, should not
hc ndowed, and nNo why tlio remdni! of sahl c-
DalPdal M ddlcburv. n sahl dlnlrlnl. tlila 1 71 1
uay 01 urccmucr, a. ii. fti
Ij1J1A. K, K.NAIT, Judgo,
STATH OK VEItaiONT,
Addison Dlstrlct. ss.
Ile lt rcmcmbcrcd.Th it at a cnnion nf thn nrn.
t.A n ........ ,.. .1.1 ttl.l.ll.., .1 . . , j
imiu 1-iiui L iMnivii II I. ni lu'iiuiiliry, lllllll hllll lur
said lllstrict. on thc lflth ilav nl ncccmbcr. 1HS..
i-rescm, liiili. j.yniun ! ivnapp, .IUdKC.
Whercas. J. A. Wrlcht. aclnilnlstratnr with tho
will anncxed ol .lehlel Wrlirht. lato ol Wcy.
brldijc, In sahl dlstrlct, dcc ased, h.is this day
prescntcil to said court his pctitlon In wrltlii(f,
scttlni? (orth that it will bo ncccssary to sell a
part of tho rcal cstato ol sahl ilcceascl, lor the
pamcnt ol tliu ilcbts nnd cliai-jresof adnilnlstra.
tlon; aml also that it will bo hciiellclal for all
lnrtles lntciestcd thercln to scll thc wliole ol tho
rcal cslatc ol said dcccabcd. and thcrcin mulJiir
npplication to aid court lor liccnso tomako suca
saic. Atin sam .1. A. wrinlit, adminlstrator.
havlnir prodiiccd to sahl eoun Iho atscnl in writ-
lnsofall the lenalces rcsiclinj! in this Stnte, In-
icrcsicii in sam rcai csiuie, lt is oiucrcii tnatail
iicrsons intcresteii in tlic estalo ol sam ilcceascit,
ijo nottfled to nimcnr hcf'irn said court nt tho tiro.
hatc olllcc In Middlebury. In said district, on thc
lllliday ot .lanunry, A. U. lbcfi, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
by tmlili'-ntliin nl this order Ihrco wccks succcs
sfvcly previous thcret , in tho ItcKhler and .lour.
nal, a ncwspapi r printeil nt Middlebury al'orc
said, to show eausc, If any thcy may have, why
sahl llccusc should not bo Krantcd.
01 I.1MA.N ti. li.NAl'I', JdURC.
OTATI2 OF V13KSIONT,
O Addison Illstrlct, ss.
Ile it rcrnembered, thit at i sesslon of the I'ro.
hate Court holden at Mi idleburv. wlthln and for
sahl Dlstrlct, on the 112th day of JJeecmber. A.
rresent: Hoy. I.yman E. knait, JuiIkc.
Whercas. a ceilaln iiistrumcnt in writinir un.
der scal, purportinK to lic thc last will and tcsta-
mcm oi Miion uiarK, latc ol sansuury, in snld
dlBtrict. dcceased, having bcen this dn pri ecntcd
to i-alil cmirt of probutc, and duly llled in thc pro
hatc otUco: Thcrcfoic, it is onlcied that all
lersons Intcrestcd lu thc cslatc oi said dcceased
ie nntiflcd toaiincar bcfo-u said court. at tho
iirobatc. ofllce ln Middlebury, Insnid disinet, on
the 11th day ol Januarj , A. I). 1SM), nt 10 o'clock
A. M., by pubhcation of this order tlncc wccks
succcsslvcly prtnin.is thercto, ln the Middlebury
Hecister, a new -pupcr printi d at Middlebury
nforcsahl, to nh'n causc if any thcy may liavc,
why said Instrutnent m wrlting should not be
proved ar.dnllowcd, u tlu- last will and tcsta
mcntofthc said dcceased Al
I.Y.MAX E. KNAl'l', .Iiid(,-e.
cjtatk oir vi:it.ntNT
O JJlidrlctor Addison, ss.
iiie rronalc Court lor tlic liistrlct or Addison :
To nll ncrsons Intcresteii In thc estate ol S.illv
C. Youni;, lale or Orwell, in said dltrlcl, de
ccased, intcstate. ohektino:
Hy tho authority nl the Slatc nf Vermont, you
are hcrehy nntlllcd Io appcar bclorc the said pro-
u.iic cnuri, ai me prniiaie oiurc lu .Miiiiiiciury,in
s.ihl dlsii'ict on thc Mh ilav ol .Innuary, . 1).
lfeu. at 10 o'clock a. m. Io show causc. II anv vou
hac, why thc account m'C E. Ilush, adm i
istratnrnl the estate ol said deccascd, i-holild not
beallnwcd, and also wliy ihe re.Hldue ol said
eslalc should not bc dlslrihuted to thc partics
Iiatcd at Mlildlcburv, in said district, this l.Vh
day ol Dcecinbcr, A 1). ImJS. 51
LY.MA.N E. KNAl'l. Jude.
(JTATE OK VHItAIOXl',
O lIstricl nf Addison ss.
I'hu piobalc coui l lor Iho ilistrict ol Addison .
To nll persons Intcrcslud in thc ettatc of
John N. llrock, latc ol Orwell, in said dlftrict,
Ily the authority ol'thc .Slate nf Vcrmmit, you
are hcrehy nolllied tn appear belorc the said
probate court at thc I'rohatc olllcc lu Mldillcbury,
in said distiict, on the lltli day of .1 nuary
A. i. In-is at 10 o'clock a. m. to show causc, II any
ou have, why the accouut of Uolllu K. llrown,
aduunlstr.ilnr of the cstato ol sai l dcceased,
should not bc allowcd, and alfo why thoresk'ue
of sahl ertalc slioiihl not bc distrlbutcd to tho
partics cutitlcd tlu rcto,
Datcd at Middlebury in sanl district, tlits loth
day ol'Dcccmlier, A. n. lst.". 51
QTATK OF VIHtMON'T,
O Olstrirt of Addison, ss,
The I'rohatc Courl for thc District ol Addison
To all pcrsjns intcrcolcd ln thc c.-tatc of
Solomnu llrnkc, lato of Otho, Wchtcr county,
Iowa, dcceased, I Icstato oui:itinu.
Uy tho nuthorlty of thc ttatc ol Vermont, you
arc hcrehy nntlllcd to appcar bcfnrt' tho said pro.
hatc court, at thc probate ulllcc iu Middlebury, in
said district ol Addison, nu the 11th dav of, Inn
uary, A. 1). lwU, at 10 o'clock a. m. to show
eatibe, if any you have, wbv thc account of A. M.
Kichards, ailininistrator ol tlio cslatc ol said dc
ceased, sh'itild nut bo allowcd, and also why
Ihe icbldiio nl said estate fhouhl not bc dl.
tributed tn tho partics cntilled thercto.
Datcd at Mldillcbury, ln said district, this
15th d.iy ol' Dcccmhcr, A. I). 1-.V 51
LVMAS K liSAI'l', JiiiIbo.
UTATll OF VKU.VIONT,
Dlslrlct of AdilUon. ss.
Ile it rcmeiiihcrcd. that at a sesslon of tho I'ro.
bato Court holden at Middlebury, wlthln aud for
saul District, on the 15th day of Drcenibcr.A.
l'rcsent, Hon Lyman E. Knapp, Judjte.
Whercas, a eertain liislitunent in writinR,
under seal, purporlliK to bo thc last will and
tcstainent of Mary E. Convcri-o, late ol lltid
pnrt in said Di-trict, dcecied, haviiu; bcen
this day presenlcd to mihI Court of Probate, and
duly llled ln thc Probate oflice : Thercl'ore, lt
Is ordered, that all perons Intcrested in Ihe cs.
tatoof s.,111 deceasecl lie nolillcd to appear be
loic said Court, at the Probate Ollice ln Mid
dlebury, in saul ilUlrk-l, un the 11th day of
JanuarsvA. I). lsMi.at lu o'clock, a. m., hy pub.
lication of this onler Ihreo weeks suecessively
previous thcreto, In tho Middlebury ltCKistcr,
newspaper printeil nt Jil.ldlehury, to show
cause, ll any Ihcy may have, why said instru
ncnt in writinK should not be proved and nllow
cd, as tho hibt will uml tcstamcntil tho said dc
LYMAN E. KNAPP, .ludge.
STATK OF VKK.MONT,
.Vtldlsin Dlslrlct, hs.
Ile it reiueinbered, th.it at a sesslon of the pro
hate court holden at Middlebury, wlthln and for
eaid district, ou tlic i5lh day of Decenibcr, A.
l'rcsent, Hon. Lyman K. Knapp, Judeo.
Whcreas, C. b. lltidi, ailn.luUlrator ol thc
cstato of fally C. Younp, lato oi Orwell,
ln said district, deceaed, has this day pro
scntcd to said courl, his peliilon In wrillnfr,
setttinK lorth, that u will be ueecssary to sell a
part ol llu real eat ite of sahl dcceased, for thc
pay.ucnt nf the debti nnd charnes ol wlniinMra
tion; ui't also that It will bc bcnellclal lornll
partics inlcrcsteil thercln tn scll the wholo ol tho
real estalc nl ald deceased, and therein makine;
applicatlon to saul eoi rt lor license'to make ucli
saic. Aud snld adminlstrator haUnR produccd
to said court the usseir m wriiniL' I al. tho helrs
rcfidinj; ln Uus stat , lnteri.tod in s.ud real
csl.ite. It Is ordered, t uit nll pcrsous Inleiestcd
i n tho estate of said dcoea&ed be notlUc i to ap
pear bclore B'lhl eourt st thc prob te nlllce lil
Mhldlebury, ln said dlt lct.on the 11th nl .lanu
nry, A D. lNo. al 10 o'clock a. ui. ty publlca
lion of this order lhre- wccks succeosively pre
vious thcreto, ln thc Middlebury ltcitlstcr, a
newsparer printcd at Middlebury, aloresa 1, Io
ehowcause.il an thev mav have. whv said i-
censc should not bc crantcil.
51 LYMAN K. KNAPP, Jiulge.