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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1882.
$j!Jnhhtivut G $aimml WKDNKSDAY, MAHCII 22, 1882. CuiTpiit Mciitlou. Nfw eprlitg hats recelved atC. A. Ilent'ir. J (1, MonnisoN, IlArre, lm new fprltig soodn. Sfk Daolcl Cnrr's Ructloneer8 card ln ftdrrr ttslng columnn. OitANdK FiKiKMhas fatms to let. For jAttlcu 1am tend liln advertlccment. Thh nalo of tlcketn fur Widow Hedott wlll be gln at l'lilnney'rt to-morrow. Tiir summer quarter ot ttto Randolph Normal ccbool oriens on Monday, Ajirll 17th, Hev t). R Miu-Rit will rpach next Sunday, the 20tb, at WrlgMnvllle, at two r. m, Now is tlie time to buy overcoat, ftirii, etc, very cheap, nnd tlie placo is At the head ot StAte tttreet. Thk Amerlcan water-color rwiety hng beatoned npon Mr, T. Wood tho honor ot a re-electkm m it presldent. Gilman 11. DotKiRdolls "The Aurora Sweeper," ami those who hae used tt My It is a roarer to tftke up the dust and dtrt. U W. llt'NTLKV, town treasurer ol Duxbury, has a word to nay, ln another column, to partles holdlng money orders of tbat towu, 1'jumnky'h book iiture Is the place to buy yonr Kaster cardf be has tlie finest stock ever shown ln Montpelier and U selling at low prlces, Foh Irnmedlate sale or rent, a well-stocked farmofono hundred thlrty acres, tn poocl conrtl tlon. Address W.i at Northfield, Vermont. Sf.vf.hal lnterestlDg communlcations, among them three on the subject of schools, are crowded out thls wetk. They wlll appear ln dne tlme, Mrs. K. W. Hyde was nelied auddenly wlth chtllson Sundayand eryslpelas has sloce devel opod Itself, Thougb eeriousty slck, her conditlon is not consldered dangerous. , Wk regret to learn tliat Judge Kelton stifTered a nllght Attark of paralysls last wetk, afTectlng one slde somewhat, from whlch he has rallledsuf ficiently to bo nbout the house, To Dei'UTV Smehiff F. II. Athkhton thls pa per wa ecppclilly Indebted for rurttcuUrH ln relatlon to the Waterbury mnrder last week. Late thanks Ato better than none. Tiikkk wlll be an oynter pupper at Gray Broth ent' liall, 1-JiBt Calais, Frlday eeniog, March 21th, f jrtliebenefU of the l'jwt CalaU llbrary. Ilill twenty-fivo tents. AU aro lnvlted. Tiir bill provlding for the erection of a publlc bulldinf; At Montpelier pnnfoil tho Unlted Statea penateon Friday l.ist bya unanlmous vote and now awaltH the nctlon of the houte. A WAsitiAOTON di.tp.itch pays: " Scnator lld munda liaH asked for and the penate granted liim an ludetlnito leare of Abpence. Ile Intendn to vislt a roore gcnlal cllmate slth hln Invalld daughter. Uy exaralninff carefully our advertislng col umns the readera of the Watchman tnay dicover the pprlnj; pronunclamento of M. M. Knlght, pro prlotor of the great dry goodit ettAblishment ln Waterbury. Nfil BunaKs' Wumjw IlKnoTT la the only entertainment over glven ln Montpelier whlch eihftueted the peatlng and etandlng capacity of the ball. At Capital Uall on Tueday evenlng, the 28th Initint, Mim. W, A, Hmnot announces that the will glve Intructlon ln nlnging ln all lta KugJish And Italtan branchen. Mrc. llrlggs is an Accomplitthed mutiiclan, and the ia moet cordially coromended to publlc patronage. Thk cpriog term on Semlnary IIII1 ojened yea terday (Tuejday) with frora elghty to one hun dred etudenU. l'rofeasor HUhop takes the poil tion vacated by l'rofewor South worth, Rfi8ted by the old corpH of teachera. Mi.NEhont Falesof the HIhIiop Ilotel wlll glve hU house a thorough renovation thU rpring. New paint and paper, new furniture and eteam heat iog apparattix ftre among tho Improvementa to bo roade. Thts change wlll etHentlally contrlbtite to the comfort of hls patrons and add to tlie oldtirae popularity of that public resott, Thk Sundaytchool class of Mr. A. J. Howe generoutdy invitea all the meiubtw of Uethany Suod.iy-fchool, old and young, to nttend a new sugar fetlval at llethany chapel to-morrow (Thurtiday) evenlng at clx o'clock. Charlle Crost, Theron 6)lton( Charlle Keed, Stephen Freeman and Ilarry Colton corapone the clastt. Wr underxtand that Mr. Ashton U. Willard and lifa fdeter Mary contemplate ttalllng for Kurope ln May. Mr, Willard ha certalnly earned a re tpite, it be does not requlre one, by a year'e clcwe appllcatlon at Cambridge law gchool, follow Ing tmmediately npon U exactlng laburs ln the compilatlon of our present revlsed lawn. Wr bave received from our liunored Senator Morrill, "TheTariff, an Kncouragoinent to Cap ital, a I'rotectiontolJibor," Bpeecbof IIou. Wm. 1'. Frye of Malne ln the nenate of the Unlted fatates, Friday, February 10, 1882 AUo the " Ll brary uf Congrenu," ppeech of Hon. U, W. Voor liees of Indiana, lu tlie ct-nate of the Unlted State, Wedneday, Marcb 1, 18H2. Ouh lady frlenda wlll be Interested ln an an nouncement niade by LewandoV French dye howe on the fuurth jiage of thitt paper, ThU en tablUhment has the patronage of thousandsof the ladien of Boston and viclnlty, and may be re lied upon a prompt, rellable and elllclent. Thope fendlng goods from a dlstance may rett asnured of the fullest HatUfactlon ln their dealingu. At the lat regular meetlcg of Capttal lodge, N'o. 51, Independent Order of Good Templare, lield Monday evenlug, March 20th, a fpeclal com- raittee of three, couHltting of K. A, Ntitt, II. C. Lu and Mrs, Ilathaway, presented the follow- Ing resolutIunit whlch were unanlmously adopted: Wlttreai, It Iias plewM the Allmtlitr and AIUIm to miiove by dfatli our foriner amwclate anI brutlivr, Mward J.dlU: aml, wberpRA, ulillt) h hah HHMoclHtml wlth uk ln thlH Imijie and elneulivre, h uon our liearis by lil clntTful &nl tunny dlniHHtlUon and by liU inanly traltn or i liaraUer, Ilttolted, rhat v e twp)y deiilore lila untlmelv death, aml that e, aa a loaltie. exlnd to our ilnUr flilt and 'uler,atid tootltermeiiilien ot ttiefainlly ot Ilm dweiwcHl, our kume aud hearttelt rmuatliT lu thlu Xhiii hour of amtctlon. iutolttti, That aa a lnark of reflivct to the dennannl bruther, iherliarifr of ibln lodge bedraied ln uiournltiK lor a perlod of thlrty dayit, Ilttolrrd, Ihat Uitwe rfMlutlona he criterM upon the reuonliofthliMiclety, and that tlie aecreUry bv liiHtructed to tranxmlt a cory of thein to the faiukly of Ihe decaied, ato to tlie Vermont Chnttian Ma tenger aadVKaMOBT Watcnkak for publtcAllun. Ok the late John Spaldlng, formerly of Mont Ilier, whoee death we announced laat week, the llottton Jltruhl ppeakfi as followa; " Funeral serv- Icen for the late John Spaldlng, for many years connected wlth thla paper, occurrod yesterday afteruoon. There waa a large number of relatlven and frlends preaent, among the latter being ev cral of the asttoclatea of the deceased from the Ihrald olllce. The ervlceH were elmple, and ccn- sUted of reading from the Scrtpturen and prayer by Kev. Thoman Illckford, paator of the Chapel Congregatlonal church, Cambrldgeport. Appro priate velectlons were renderod by a quartette of young ladle from the siine church, The ofllciat Ing clergyman pald a handttoine tribute to the many lrtuea of Mr. Spaldiog, Mr. Thomaa Drew, of the Ihratdt aUo dellvered a nbort eu logy on the llfe and character of the decfwed The remalns were taken to Montjller, for burlal ln the family lot. Tiir Yermont MethodUt Confrrenco wlll meet at Ludlow Aprll 2Cth, nichop Merrlll of Chlctgo presldlng. Tlie setudon wlll probably be tame as rompared wlth that of last year, when the Ilur- Ilrjgton dlfltrfct, whlch had been by the geufral conference of WbQ trarjeferred to It bodlly frora the Troy conference. hab ln open rebelllon. Tlme has nerved to finooth nuraewhat the rullled rplrlu oftheite Uurlington dutrlct brethren, and ahar monlous swalou is e ipectfd, Tlie cjnference em braces the ntate of Vermont eiceptthe town of Poultney, and has a meruberhlp of 180 minlsters wlth 181 chuiches, havlng 18,tti(! inembervhtp. With the Burlington dUtrlct It Is a reasonably ntrong conferencej wlthout It, It U weak. VMn teredtnd ouUlders, whlle not exprexslng any oplu' lonastothe manner and methods by whlch the Vermont brethren Induced the Troy conference biethren to part wlth thls dUtrlct, liare a gen eral convlctlon that the ntate of Vermont, llke New llaropHhlre, ought to be all Iticluded ln a rlogle conference. rew chungts ln the patorate ure extcted, and It tlie llurllugton dUtrlct breth ren are iacejibly dlpOHbd, brotherly love will undoubtedly prevail duriug the nettslun. Thr h Molly Stark " concetts for the beneflt of the Ilennlngton battle monument fund are tielved, for their iutrlunio iueriU aod genuine attractlonrt, wlth unlmuuded applauve wherever they go, At Sprlngfleld ttiel r rfceptlon was a trtsrfect ovatlon. 'Ihe Jhpuhllam iiays- "Tlie lleunlugton monmneut coucert hut eveolng waa remarkably pleasnnt, the prograiume was pop ular--CjmireheDill)le to the untralned luunlcal taste, nnd performed wllh xktU and geulality. Mr. Ie Beve is a my young inan to nhow tiuch real vlrtuono pla)irjg, Ile renem bles Ole Ilull lu pertton and manner, ao prepos- newHtuga face and flgure are rarely teen un the conwt stage; and the reHemblance extendit to hU Htyle of playlng, even to the Aduptlon of tli pautQ trkkery, ns exhlhited lu the Carnlvat of Venlce. There Is scarcely a llmit to tlie dexterity ofhU iiianeluus flngers, aud they perform feaUt with the ntrlDgg whlch exceed the LrlUiancy of hlabow," 01 Mrs. Carteraad MIssMay whoaro well known liere, and the arthtU who are not knowD, the cornet, tlute and pUno plajew, the HqnttUcan, the Hntland Jkraht and the Fret Vrci npoak ln terms of unquallfled prAlse. Thlscomtany wlll glve a concert tn Montpelier March 110, when people may expect "a brtght evenlng of mtisto." Thr ponslbllltlefl whlch exlst ln Barre granlto for montimental purpofes are well Ulnstrated by work now golng through the shop of Mr. Sum ner Klmball of thls Tlllage. 1'. It. McCormlck, a sklllfitl workman ln the omploy of Mr. Klmball, Is Jtut puttlng the flalshlrjg touches upou a beau tlful stituette entltled, "Memory," Supportlng Itsolf by nn urn, tho flgure, whlch Is four feet hlgh, Is bendlug above the grave wlth An expres ston Indlattlng a fond recollection of the burled one, The (tositlon ls nattual, and the drnpery gntcefully arranged, It Is destgned to stAnd At the fuot of a grave, and ls for a gentlemftii near jAckson, Mlchtgnn, Mr. Klmball laalso maklng a flne monument for Vn ld l)avls of Uloomlngton, Illlnots, vlce-prosident of tho Unlted StAten. It Is of tho rplre iatteru, au elegant destgn, And wlll be olihed from tho base up. lts cost wlll be Sn.TiOO, A nubftantlal monument of the cot tage pattern, surmounted by a maslve urn, the facrs of tho dle hlghly pollshed, and the entlre structure sUndlng thlrteen fcet hlgh, for n party ln Kalamaroo, Mlchtgan, Isnearly finUhed. Two large and expenslre monuments ot the cplre iat tern are Among other work ln hand, one of whlch Is to go to Grecnburgh, IndUna, and the other to Cinclonatl, Uhlo, Mr. Klmbill eraployn at prexent twenty-flve men at hls shop liere, and twetre at hls qnarry ln Barre. Ile sells qulte a large amount of rough stock to wcstern ftone cutters, And nltogether hls buniness amounts to about 5S0.000 a year, Tiir entertainment glven by the ladles ot Ueth any society at Capltat Ilall last Ihumday evenlng was one of the matt novel ot llt klnd we ever witne.ed. The Iland of Ilope from Ilopetown was compoped of such a varlcty ot lnstruments that to enumerate them respecttvely would be almost linposlble, but the sweet(?) harmonles of the combs and the rtch full tones of the trom Ume (?) blcodlng as they dld wlth the clluk, cllnk of the ilnger g1astes inade such sweet muslc as Is seldom lhttened to outldeof large clties. The " Strakosh Opera Company " gave a short oper ctta entltled "The Trofeesor at Home," whlch was well renderod and recclved nn encore, The Swedish Ladles Quartette gave two setectlons. Tlie vocal selectlon by Mrs. llriggs (Magnetlc WaltK by Arditl)showed that thls ladios tlme had not been ppent ln vatn durmg ber year's study ln Ilo?ton and many remarked the great lmprovement ln her volce. ln re-ponse to n hearty encore she gave a ballad, " Klsplng's no Sln,M by W. A. llrlggs. The entertainment cloHed by the celebratcd I'eak Family and their world-renownod " reakses Abroad." Thls con slsted ot vocal setectlons wlth a descrlptlon of the dlfferent "reakses" beglnning with au "A" and eudlng wlth a " Y " glven by one of the els ters. Nearly every uumber on the programme recelcd an encore, and we hope at somefitture time to hear the different members ln new cetec tious, Oue of the mont Intercstlng feature of the evenlng was the " Sculptretts' Triuropll, giveo by five young ladles. The part showed careful reheartal and the tableaux were well arranged. We congratnlnte the ladles on their successnnd hope thls wlll not be the last ot their cfforts to pleace the publlc. Obltiiarlcs. Kidv. Sally M, IMdy was the daughter of the late IMmuud lvldy of Walden. Slie was born aad ppent the eiirller part of her llfe ln that town. In 1847 she marrled John V,. IMdy, and toon after they se ttlcd tn Marbhfield, upon the farm where their hume ha4 been ever slnce, SliewasaIg orous, energetlc woman, In all respectd a helpmeet for her husbaod. Although sufferlog from dla ease for nearly a year before death, she stlll re talned cbarge of the household affalrs, and ln many ways mluistftred to the family comfort. It was her aim to inake home an attractit e and hal lowed place. She was devoted to her family, a faithful wlfe, an Indulgent mother, and At the same time an oarnent, elllclent meinber of soclety, She was poitive ln her convictions on all tnoral and rellglous questlons, and was Identlfied wlth all moements whlch atm to secure the blettsings of humanity. Aconsiatent member of the Uni versalist church, an actlve worker In the Sunday- school, a leadlng slnger ln the cholr, fhe wlll be nadly mtssed wherever her work was glven, her lnlluence east. Mutlc was a Hource of joy to her, and through her a blessing toothers; for very early ln ber girlhood days ohe commenced to cing In public wurshlp, and contlnued the practlce o long as health permltted, That she was " glven tohoppltality," many wlll gladly witness.and es peclally the mlulsters of her church and their families, who have received her generous mlnls- trations. She lcaves a husband and two chlldren. The Hon, Maurlco H.t ls organlflt of the South Congregatlonal church ln St. Jobnsbury; the daughter, an estlmable young lady, Is ttlll in the home, to cheer the llfe of the bereaved hus band aud father. Although the mother was anx- lous to Uve for the tuike of ber dear ones, ahe trutdcd ln the wlsdom of the Inflnlte Father, nnd believed that hls ways were just and rlght, even when death came. Her meraory is blesfed. KouFiis J, Frauk Uogers died In Indianola, Ited Wllluw county, Nebrat-ka, March 10, 1882, aged thirty-three years. Ile was born In Cabot aud patmed the early ptrt of hls llfe on the farm In 1875, he engaged wlth J. A Farrlngton as clerk ln hls etore, After remalnlng one year wlth him, he went to Seward, N'ebraeka, where he cntertd the meratntile house of J. Tlssue as head clerk, whlch posltlou he occtipled a little more than one year, From there he went to Aurora, and formed a partnerehip wlth II. G Kogers and entered ion the mercantlle buslness for hlmself. Io two jeats he sold hls Interest ln the llrra and went to the place where he died liere, with a clnne attentlon to hls butlness and honorable deallng he bullt up an extenslve busl ness In the purroundlog country. Ile was a young man of affable ways and won the confldence and rcpect of all whom he met. In the two last places where he resldfd he had contrlbuted llber ally to the bulldlng ot church ediflccs, and con- sldered thene InHtltutlons essential ln the startlng a new place, As a fluanciet he had been nuccess- ful ln all hls undertakiugs and phown hlmtelf a kecn-tdghted, thorough buslness man, Ilut hls llfe's journey was r hort. On the 27th ot February he contracted a eevere cold, redultlng ln pneumo- nia, whlch aggravated a dlseiie of the heart and termlnated hls llfe March 10th, Hls remains were immediately taken to the home of hls chtld hood ln Cabot by hls brother Cbarley, who was the only klndred near htm. There funeral eer vlces were held the 18th. conducted by Kev. Mr. Forbes acalsted by Hev. It. Sanderson. A large concourae of cltlzens were present to pay the lasttnuute oi respeci. ine remains wereionowea uy a large nuinur or irienas, epcortea uy tjreen Slountflfn IKlce No, G8, Free and Acceuted Ma- tions, of whlch he was a member. to tlie sllent rlty of the dead, and there by frlends ot early aays geniiy iaia w rei. MAiiHiiFiKUt. The discussion between Itev. Dr, Ballou and K 8. l'itkln, whlch was to have tuken mace last fcaturdav evenlnif. ls adlourned to Aprll 1st, at seven o'clock v. m., at the Unlon church vetttry. The questlon for ditcusHlon ls, " JlcjtoU'cil, That M'cret socletles, as they exist at the prcrent day, are ln opposltlon to the gofpel of Cbrfst "... .Mlss Anna Burnham left for Burling ton latt Wednesday morning, to remaln during the mim in or witli ber father, fler brother. Fred. woiksfor I) U. Loveland during the comlng sea- son, and ner motner remains wiiere sne nas uvea the pHst few years L. U. Kute, the statiou agent, expects to vacate soon for a more remuner ative place the questlon being whether he wlll go west or occupy an olllce on the Central road, wnicn is eibeciea to ue vacaiea soon lnose lArmers who predlcted an early tmgar eeason are ooouira to aiKappoinuneni, as tue uiu o: Aiarcu ls liere ana no sap yu ...teorge v. f.ngnsn, azent for A. C. Brown's lnsurance cmnuanles anc tlie Union M utual comoanv. has worked un a eood biiHlnws and ls dolng very well The anutial school dUtrlct meeilng Isathand, and would it not be well for the vlllage dlstrict to agltate the nuetdlon of a new school-lioute? Ihe Drtweutone lit very bad, and it ls a good tlme now to bogln the aigcusHion v . w . ifftwiey ot uo, occuniea ine vettrr ot Unlon church laitt Friday and baturdav In selllng, by auctlon and nrlvate sale, atmost eerUhiug from a spool of threjid to a horne blanket. Ihey made some tutles, of course, but not very eiiune, WATEiiiiUiiv Ckntku. The farmers' club met Saturday evenlng, K ltblnson lu thechair. No subj-ct liad been asttlgnet for dlncuxslon, but as the subject of sllos had not been brought up dur Ing the wlnter, V. A Newcumb was ualled upon to explaln his vlews, aud tell what he knewof them and the value of tlie ensllageas fottd for sf N!k, Mr, jsewcomu nau no irsouai experience, no hewas obliged toglve the experleuce ot others as it had been uiveu him by itfutles who bad nllos. He gae an accuunt ot a vUH to the farm of b. b Townerot Berlin, ana spoke ot tlie avldity with whlch hUstock ate the enallage, refuslng tbetestui iierdgras ana ciover wuue uiueu uaaa utis lu sluht Tbe uiws were fat. and Mr. I'owuer attrlbuted their cuperlor conditlon to their feed of euidlage. After Mr. Newcomb's reiuatks, the quentlon of the utlllty of the sllo for the uiedlum and small fsrtuer was dlactissed by tlie members of the club. Tbe club theu HMtlgued to different luemuera fouio rpeclal crop, utjn whlch they were rt-queeteu to eiierlmeut lue wiuing season, Thev were renuepted to uote cnrefully th nuaii- tity aud cautllty ot land, klud aud qu tuiity of manure uned, aiuouut of veed UK-d, umuuer of culiltatiuu, ilijieof liarvest. etc , aud it-i,rt the result o( llieir eirlmbuu at the meetiiiits uf the club lu the fall. '1 he club theu adj mruod to inett at the rall of the presldent Ine amouut oi tlie Uuuaiiou lor K-v. Mr. Church last Wedues dav uvenlni; wasaUmt i:i 'Iha IhmIv uf itmi suiu Town, which was hrouglit to thU plaiHlast week luecday evenlng. was buril lu tlie yaid tiu Ih inti4 hlll on Wt-dnt'pday lant. A futi, J. K Tiiwn of Clevelaud. Olilo. lutiuu uu wiii, iI.h tuulv . 1 Ms fathur, uud ls Ultlng liU aunt, Mrs. Klam IXKUU1S, I aiiwki.1. says he U determlned to cluse out all hls heavy gutnls aa he wauu the rouiu fur new spnng guiMia. Vermont Slnto KortB. It Is satd that Stockbridge has recently had 123 canes of fcarlet fever, twelve of them fatal, Kmma IhtACKRTTof 8t Albans bay was badly bltten In the thlgh by a 1ml 1 dog a few days ago. K. S, Jackson of Ilethel has sold a water prlvl lege to nome tntendlng bnllders of A toy factory. II. S. Nkwton has been appolntedposlmasterat Georgia and Hen jamln F. Ashley at South Pomfret, Itrtv, Avbtin NoRcitow, Baptlit, of Derby, died March 11th, after a brlef Ulness, aged etghty-flve. Davjo Jacoiii of Iltrton had about $300 worth of clothing stoleu from hls peddler's cArt one ntght last week, Ilv the gift of a f rlend In Boston the llbrary ot the Irasburg!! Methodlst church Is auginented by over one hundred volumes. TiiRstate dental soclety held a well attended threo days' meetlng last week at Burlington. S. D. Hodge of Burlington was electfd presldent. STotTdiiToN Flktchfh, one of the oldcst and wealthlcst bankers ot IndlanAiwtls, a natlve of Ludlow, died Friday, ln hls seventy-fourth year. llo Fokd died ln Braintree last Friday ntght of smAlt-pox, IIIs wlfe and two chlldren are stck wllh lt, There Is no Apprehenslon ot Its ppreadlng. A llcrroM Journnt correcpondent reports that partles from Bernardston, Massachusetts, aro ne gotlatlng fur the purcliAse of the Welden House At St. Albans. rnu.ANDEH Statles of Fairlee was struck by A lever whlle movlrjg lumber Friday, hls face cut through from raouth to ear, hls collar bone broken and hls shoulder dislocated. Kpson U Fi'LLKit, who hanged hlmself in the Windsor jall whlle awaltlng sentence for the mnrder of Wltham, ls sald to have left a dying declaratlon of tnncicenceof the crlme. KuwAitn F. BiCKpoitD And Mrs, II, C. Cross of Brandon have been arreeted, chargod wlth sendlog obscene iostal cards through the matl, They gave ball for appearance at the next term of the Unlted States court ! May, John W. DortsRr, star-router, was born at Ben son and worked there as ft" tlnemith tlll wlthln a few years, when he dUappeared And was unheard of tlll the star-route Indlctments b rough t him lnto notorlety wlth hls brother, Senator Dorsey. SilasM. Waitr afflrmed recently ln glvlrg a depositlon for the case of Kstey & Co., agalnst Liwyer C. B. Stonghton of New York formutila tion of exhlblts put lnto tho Burdette-ICstey organ sult, that he had no Interest ln the case of Ilur dette agalnst Kstey, James Carsidy of Barton, who has been Insane for some months but who was supposed to be con slderably better, jumped from a second Btory wtndow recently, strlkirjg on the froxen ground thlrty-Hve feet below, and suffering, sofar as can be seen, no serious Injury. Juihik Butlkii ot the Unlted Statcs dlstrict court at rhlladelphla has sentenced Willlam Coates to eleven months Imprisonmeut. Coates was convicted of maklng a false penslon clalm, whereln he swore that he was Wltliam Ingraham of the Flrst Vermont Cavalry. Thk exposition of the Amerlcan Agrlcultural Associatlon Is to be a chartered aHalr, under the name of the " Amerlcan KxpotitIon of 188.1," and wlll be elmply a natlonal cxhlbitlon ot Amerlcan products. The cost Isestlmatedat $1,500,000. llon. N. T. Sprague of Brandon, Vt.( Is the presldent. Miciiafl Kkllky of Brattleboro has been ar- rested charged wlth robblng Frank Wood man of Jamaica. Kelley got hls vlctlm drunk and en tlced him to South Maln street, where he rllled hls iiockets ot some $40 And a watch and left him lylng ln the hlghway. By confession of Kdlley the money was found In An out-house and he was bound over under $100 bonds for a trlal ln September. Thr tronble between the Ogdentiburg and the Central Vermont roads has broken out agaln. Tlie western f relght over the former road ls chlefly ln cars belonglng to the "blue llne.M The Cen tral Vermont refuoes to allow these to pass over Its llne. Tlie result ls that all through f relght has to be transferred tocars ot the "green llne," ln order to be allowed to pass over the brldge at ltouses Polnt. S. S. Gaineh, the proprietor of the Stevens House, Vergennes, was ar rested Saturday on a charge of vlolatlng the llqnor law and placed under $1,000 bonds to appear for trlal neit Mon day, The state'e attorney haa offered to wlth draw tho complalnt on conditlon that Galnes will plead guilty to one hundred offences, pay the tlnes and costs, nnd glve bonds not to sell any more llquor in vlolation ot law. In anticlpatlon of a trlal one hundred fifty wltnessea have been summoned, among whom are many of the prom Inent men ln the north part of Addison county. Cohintii. Tlie borse dUtemper called the plnk eye has made Its appearance In thls town... A company left here last Monday, en route for Callfornla. Among them were J. II, Hoble and family, Odcar Tenny, George Little, George Iaton, Scott IWs family and others, to the number ot fourteen. Wkht Toi'siiam llon. U. M. Ilill Is qulte feeble, as hls old diiBculty Is agaln troubllng him badly. . . . George Wllley has dliposed of hls prop erty and ls golng to move to Sprlngfleld, Massa- chusetts Itansom Farnhara ls about lenving thls place for York state Willlam A. Bagley has returned from Texas and U fixlng up the Davld B&gley store for a tenement. Williamhtown. James M. Bass haa been ap- polnted admlnlstrator of the estate of the late Samuel Dickerman, and wlll offer at publlc sale on Saturday next, at the Dickerman residence, a lot of stock. farmlnz tools. hav. irraln. eti The ladios of the UnlversalUt soclety hold a sugar iesuvai at ine town nan uvraorrow (tnurHaayj evenlng ....Winchester Brothers sawed elchtv cords of slzteen-lnch wood In Heventeen and one- calf hours, recently, wltli a ht. Albans " power." ....DanKoyce has lately sold 50 worth of but ter, the product of four (mostly young) cows for one month. MoHiiiavir.i-E. The annual school meetln? ls to be held at the academy on Tuesday evenlng of next week The board for the abatement of taxes of the dlstrict meet on Friday evenlng at iienaee oc tisk s oince a sociauie was neia at the Congregatlonal vestry on Friday evenlng, at whlch tlme the ladles served new sugar on snow, . . . , A lyceum ls to be held by tho students at the academy on Friday evenlng I. N, LelJarron, superlntendent of schools, lnvlted the students of tbe academy to hls house to eat new sugar on Saturday afternoon The speclal town meetlng is to ue neio in tne town nan baturday ol thl week The vounc peonle are to hold a select matiquerade promenade on Friday evenlng of next week School at the Morrisville academy ls progresslng finely. Khetorical exerclses were held on Friday afternoon. Chelsea, Ihe Methodist nastor exchanced on Sundav wlth Hev. Mr. Austlnof Corinth Kev. Mr, Ilerrick repeated his temirance lecture at ine vesc niu cnurcu ounaay evening.,,,,jura. I'ouv Diniiii aira &l iiia wwu ntriii luesaav morn- log of last week, and the funeral Bervlces were held at the CoDcrecational churcb Thursdav afternoon, She was one of the oldest members of tho churcb. havlnc been connected with lt for Hlty-four years the band gtve a promenade concercai ine wwn uauon rriaay evening, tlie flrst for some months. A large number was In attendance (1. YV. CleavelAnd has sold hls llvery ftable and also tbe Barre stage line to C. v. t eters oi iiraoiora. mr reiers nas since aoia the Ktaee llne to Georse Merrlll. a former driver ot the Kly stage,., O. I. Shaw Is to remoteto utjuiBi, wimucu ue uauiu ocro, iuo nrsi oi Apni. ...,Dr, Carlos It. Keyes, son of S, M. Keyes of thls town, who went west recently, has located In tiractlce at llvron. Olmsted oountv. MlnnfuntA. .Ihe house aud shop lu the upper lllage, be longlng to the estate of Samuel Doughus, whlch was sold at auctlon ou Saturday. was bid oiT at Ciw uy ixiwaru lAjugiass, Uichmonu. Mlss Addie Illdwell gave a publlo reaaing ai tue uDiversausi cuurcu iaai vveanes' day evenlug, glvlng very good satlsfactlon , Mrs. Sturtevant lectured upon the subject of "Teuiiwance" At the Unlversalist church last Sunday evenlng under the ausplces of the Wo- man's Chrlstlan Temperance Uulon Daytou O. Wtlllamsand lleury Iiurlelgh, two Hlchmond " uoys, len oionuay nigtit ior aiinneapolls, where they have pOHitlons awaltlng them.,, .,,11. J, Andrews, our statlon agent, left for an ex tended trlp through the west one week ago. and hls tMMitlun ls tllled bv Mr. Httes of WilllstoD. ...."Clayt" Jlromley Is now Actlng as travellng saleeman for Thurber of New York selling clgars and tobacco C. K. Oreeneis repalrtng thered nuuse oa tue rarm ana wtu move tnere tne coiu lng week.,,, .Mr, Wood has moved to Mr, Nel Ilhnn.1 fur.., ar.A ..,111 I ..n tt.l. uAa nud M r, Fadden, the foriner occujiant, has moveJ lutu the vlllage.,., Warner lUvls, a relatlve of the Fay family here, was burled at the cemetery i&si Dauuiuu. 111s resiaence was in tne nonu ernpartof the state., , ..Uutter appear ed to be "uooining" atiue markftt tlils weea, prires run rlng as hlgh as thlrty-elght cents per iHiund, Nkwiu'hv Itev. S. L. Ilates, Dr, K, V. Wat- klus ana Mr, Uorare W. Itilley are very acttve In havlng a craded school estahlished fu town. It seems to be Junt what Is needed. It ts expected that such women as are entltled to vote wlll turn out en uiasse to the next school meetlng. , .Mr, George Sawyer, who has recently ojwned a hotel, ls dolng a lltely buslness. ,lr, Clarence Uartc dlwi iueaay, Marcli 14 Ui, llio luneral servlces werelield at tlie Conifreirauonal church Saturday.. .. .Tho chlldren of Mrs. Nelsun llailey are slck wlth diphtheria Mrs. McKlnstry. daughter ot Mr, U. lt Hodgers, has just returned with her famlty to MlnuesoU Mr, 'Ihomas Urock ot ludiauaulis, Indlaua, ls maklng a shurt vMtlatowu Mr. Jihn Smlth has cut elght hundred uorda of wood thls wlnter on one lot uf land ana dullverea uearly all of lt to the l'a sumiwiu rallmad tKiniiianv. . ...Mr. (Jeorue V Wllson. who has been u poor health of 1 ito, sold hls real (sUte aud persoua) prnperty at auctlou liut rrldav. Ile Inttuds tn mi Ut Murlda hi m in . Mr. ljieklel llibtuird has rented hls farm for tha nroseut vear . . . .Mr. 1'j.ta CLamberlulu Iibji been very stck of late aud dos not seein to Improve but little, If any... .Mrs. Ule Uiilds returned from Vlrglnla last week, nhero she haa i ueeuvwiiDK umt urjuier. J)off ItUer Yfllloy Fair. A meetlng of the members of the above bssocIa tlon was held at the secretary'a ofllce In North field, Saturday last, and all necessary arrange menta for the next fair, whlch wlll be held on the llUh, 20th and 21st days ot September next, were completed. Another meetlng of the Assoclatlon wlll be held on the 10th of Augnst to flll vacan cles And to transact any necessary buslness. The foltowlng ls a full ltst of the oftlcers nnd com tnltteesi orricitRS. Prfnldnt ......TIoyalM'. Clark. Vlre-tirOlllriftnt . .Ilnnrcnt IlPTltlT. Opneral Hnperlntendpnt, .llporyi t'rans. Trwtturer...... Awiiior.., HecreUry. i".".'.'.'.'.".'.',V,'..,'.'Joii'n f MowlT. , ..Jcmeph K. Kgfrloo. TOWH DIRIOTORi. North riHd ,,.,0. O. tlaTln, It. R. llrown, Itrookfleld II. AMmtt. i(rtiall (Irwn. Wllllanintown ,1'rrahy Hoikln, 11. 1), AMxitt. Hfrlln K. K, Andrewit, IiiiupI ('hamllfr, Itralntrnn Iletnan I'owra, (I. V, I'laffR. . ...i,t,.lJayton Nlrholn, Ort Hoyie, ....... ,t..,.I)Mna Jk.rne, J. It. Wflln. Itoitmry, lUndolph Waltatltild Warren ....V.W. llrafff. K. A. KldmftfS, Moretown.,! Puilmrf Willlam Wanl, ftatniifl Hoinrrvllle. iirro , ,,joim i row, r.ii iiomen. Monltmller Nat Tabor, Clsrk Klng. h Mt Moutilier,,,.. (leorgs lMvls, Ilenry Martln. LrXllSTKSDKSTl. HnrrlnlMvlent of llorM A. Klmball, niiiierlntfindpntof Oattle , , H. I. Orcutt. Rnpcrlnlpndent of Hliwp ..,.Y, M, lole. Anerlntndnt of I'oultrr, L. W. Avrrr. HtirtntendPntof Ploral liall B. Hnnller. AMlHfani 8airlntidpnlof Floral Hall J. II, llnrlrr, .Manhal W. 11. Ilolton. AWA1DIHO COMHtTTXKS. BUllonII, It. Drown, Norlhrletdt A, K. Martln, Wll llamKtown a. I). Allcn. warren, MntrhM HornMK. A, Kldrtdee. Warren i M, M. Cutlrr, Montpelier Iana Morw, Ilandolpn, Warea and Colta Willlam Ilanoon, Williamstown A, 8, AUI. Itrnokfleld) Samuel HomcrvlHe, Dmbury, JrlTlng Jlorws Nat Tabor. Montpelleri John Trow, Ilarre CUrenca Cook, Itrooktlpld. Trntllnn Uorwa M. M, Cntler, Montrwllert A, II. Mar tln, WllllAmnlownt K. H, Klmball, Northfield. Worklni(OienandHUr-Alfm1 Jrwlyn, Waitsfield K. WalbrldK. Itrookfleld) Jninea Hteele, Koiburr. NatlTe Cattle A. J. Averill. Itoiburyj V, W lUngg, Wamni V. A. Clark, Jr., Itrookfleld. rnll lUooila-llnrliama I'renby llopkln, llrookfleldt K, E. Andrewa, Jtnrltn i L. T, Mallory. Knnt Montpelier. ATinlilre" AI1 Ilaokn, Warri-nl U. M. Iloward, Ran dolph! 1". W. tlurrlBr, Iterlln, IvonR-lI, I. Abtjott.ltrookfleldj H. W, Ftrong.Ilerllnt C. M. Adatna, Itoxbnry, Jeropya Dan (lnlld, N'orthflold) N, D, lloDoe, WalUfleldf Willlam nravea, Itrookfleld. Dntcli-Oeortre W. I1bbk. Itralatrtei E11 Ilolden Jlarrei OeotyP ITli, tMi. Mon(iller. UradPX-C. A. Trary, Northfleldi Edwln Houb, Waltn fleldi 11. W. fttrowr. Iltrlln. rat CalllP Airo J. ItoyrP, Itoibury) K, I. Fllnt, Wejl lUndotphi Neton Martln, Ilarre. Town I eamn WHUam Wlnch, Northfield T, Calllgfto, Ilrookflpldi A. J. Ilolltmpr, North Montpritrr. rionlnK Matrhllarry llalkley, Morrlownt Orlando lUlph, Itrookfleld i ayheeter Traojr, Itothnr. Bhepp-Cotnwoldit ilenry Jonea, Northfleldi VlctorSpear, Ilralntrre; Charlea K. tlray, Kat Montpelier, South IKjwnn J, U. IxximU, Hralnlreet OeO. H. Loomla, Northfield i O. C. Wll.ler. Waltafleld. Merlnoa O. It. Flk, Itrookfleld) II. C. Town, Montpe lier) A. J, Averill, Itoibury, Oriulen-J. W. VIUIm, Northfield) J. M, JUm, Wll llamMowni lUrrlnon A)eianler, Herlln, Hnlns lierkahlre and I'oland Chlna Ira Mann, Ilraln trpp) I'rmIub l'Pfk, Itrookfleld DavM iK'nnr. Nortlideld. Yorkdhlre and Whlt Chester J, I.. Mowley, Northfleld) A.L Way, Warren i L. Itlanehard. Itrookfleld. roultry O. H. Walker, Williamstown Cbarlea Adamo, Koxburyi Ilenry Newlon, lUndolph. Krult ThoinaaAvertll.Northfleldi llemftnroweri.llraln tree; C. M. Iloward, lUndotph. VencUhlpa A. K, Walea. Harret L. D, 81eeper, More town) John Mudtfelt, Itrookfleld. Ilnttcr and Cheie Denlnon Itrown, 'Williamstown l Mar ahall tlreen, Itrookfleld) Uavtd Jonlyn, Waltfleld. Iloner. Maple Wusar and Syruu J- A. Urlnwold.Ilrook fleld) Charlea Jones, Waitsfield ) (1. A.Ninllh, Ilxrre. Oralna and Hwls W. II. Loomta, Northfield) Thomtl 81aile, Northrieldi Ona lioyre, Itoxbnry. Iiomeatlo Manufactiires-C, lenny and wlfe, Northfleldi J. W. rarnienter and wlle, Itrookfleld) J, W tlregory and wlfA, Watufleld. Mprhanlc ArU L. X. Howe, Northfield) W, W. Ilean, WestlUndolphj II. F. ItittUm. Itrookfleld Flns Arta-Charles Dole, Northfloldi Willard Oay,Wt lUndolph j K. J. (lleajon, Waltsfl.-M. llreaif Mrs. Denlon Hrown, Wlllltmatowni Mrs. Oeo. O. lloyce, Fayston) M rs. A. O. Hmlth, Northfleld. An Important Pcnslon Case. Law Offick of T. J. Dravitt, MoNTrELiFit, Vt February 20, 1882. J To tJie Sccrctary of the Intertor .'Tlie appellant, Mrs. Harriet M. Owen of Rutland, Vermont, flled her appllcatlon ln the pemdon ofllce ln Augut, 1878, under the act ot March !, 1878, for a pen slou, bavlng her clalm upon the servlce of her late husband, Ira Owen, In the company com manded by Captaln Timothy Uubbird at the in vaslon ot I'latLiburgh by the lirltlsb troop- In septemoer, inn. un tne lb'n oi uocemuer, Hon. John A. Beutley, commlasioner of penplons, rejected her clalm "on the ground that tliere li no record of the oreanizatlon ln whlch lndlvl lutl servlce ls alleged." From thls adverse decUion ot the commlssloner of pennlonstheclaimanttook an appeai to iion. utri acnurz, secretary oi tne lnterlor, who rendered the following decixlon: Thl r.lfttm la hasnd nnon the serrlra of thn husband ln 11m company nommandftl by Captaln tlntothy llnbbard at the Invaslo't of I'Uttshurjjli In HeptembPr, 1814. lths hpcn re Jecledhy the penalon ofllea ii)on tha ground that there li no renontetldenoeof theorifanlzatlon In whkh aenloa la al legetl. It aplM'an, howevcr, from Ih certlflcat of the sec retary of aUte of Vennont that there ls on flle In that of flce an orhrtnal imister-roll of the company of t'apUln Timothy lliibbard vertfletl by theafll tartta of cert iln oiflners andprlvatea whoserr&l tliereln. Unon a ccrttfleil ropy of saldroll furnlfhed for the iim ot the penslon offl'M tlie name of the husband of ttieappllcant ls fonnd. Tha evl denos sfTordod by tliti roll waa aocepb'd aa suHlcient te Justlfy the allowance of the clalm of Mrs. Onen for boiinty-land. ln tlie vlew of the denartment, lt cannot be held thit the evldenre of the servlce of tlie organ UiUon wan impropvny accepiwi in inn cinim ior uouniyiann. Utmn thls Dolnt. there lora. no valld otitecllon antwftrs to iha clalm for pwnslon. The Hppltcmt appeara from the evl deneetoluve been letEiilly entltleil to tha warrant whlch wna issoeti 10 ner in itkie. 1 ne raci inai sarn warrant w aa iroperl? granted, snonUl, nti'ier tne provlso to tne Ihtrd sec- that the senke for htch It was granted waa "L'nitel Htata servlre," withln the ineanlng of sald act. The pro vlso referml to ninit. however, be construel ln connec tlon wlth the flrst wrllon of the act whlch dlrecta that tlie aecretaryof the lnterlor ahall place upon the penslonroll the names of those survlvlng orllfers and auldleni who aerved for a irlod of fourlwn daya ln the war of 1812, or wpre ln any enKageHient ln sald war, The land warrant grantal Mrs. Uwcn ln ISAti was grantd under the nlnth secttonof the act ot March 9, l&M, whlch provlde bounty land for thoae who served at the Invaslonof FlatUbnnih, withont renard to the pcrlod of their servlre or to the fct wbether they were or were not Inactnal btltle. It appeara that the husiiand dld not serve for foiirteeo days. Kvl dence on flle showa that Captaln Ilabhard'a coinpanr dld not arrtve at I'lattsburuh untll after ihe bsltle. The aimll- cant ls, therefore, not entltled to iH'tinlon nnder the act of Aiann v, isis, ior inoreisoiiiiiaiiieriiusuana cim noi sene for fourteen days and w aa not la any engAtiement Thls clalm Is now relected on theEround " that her husband dld not serve for fourteen days and was not in any encaeement. Ana now airain romes Harriet M. Owen by her attorney, T. J. ueaviti oi aioniiieiier, ermont, ana sppeaisto tbe secreUrv of the lnterlor and savs thatinlus- tice has been done her, and prays that her case may ue again consiaerea uy tne secretary oi tne lnterlor In the Ught of new evidence flled slnce the former declslon of the secretary of the lnte rlor. whlch the coramlssloner decldes ls lneulli- clent to grant penslon. She admlts that her hus- oana was not in tue servtce ior tourteen aavs un- less he be allowed one day for every twenty mties ue iraveiea in aaamon to tne ume ne was nctually away frora home; that to the best of her remembrance he was from home only eleven or tweive aays, ana iraveiea auout one nunarea ana diiv mi:es. one instsis, nowever. tuac uer xius- band was "inthe enuariement" at l'lattsbureh. as oontemDiatpa ov tne act oi ftiarcn v. ist. uanLHin iiuuuaras comnanv Toiunteerea ior no definlte lenetb of tlme. but for the emracement witn tne invaaing loe in a siater state. At ilur- nneton t uev receivea rations ana arms. ana em- uarKea on a ooat Esepiember li, 1BH, ior riatts- Durgn, wnere tney arrivea in season to lAue tueir piace in tue nne oi uattie, ana were among tne rlrst to enter l'lattsburgh at daybreak September 12, and pursued the retreating Uritlsh severnt mlle towards Canada, Under date ot February 7, 1882, the commisalonerof penslons wrlten; That In an aftldavlt now on flle In thla ottlca one of thn oftlrrrs of Captaln Timothy Ilubbard'a company state that they were deuinwl on the lake bv adverse w indx. eic., and dld not reach I'latuburgh unlU tue morning of the 12th of nepwmoer, ini. i ms ieumony is corrooorama Dy otner nminoers oi ine coiniittny, anu uia 'moKrapnicaiBKeu.il recenUv flled In the clalm cnnot be acceptwf lo controvert the ttwlLmonv of wttneflses who were lu a oasltlon lo know Your anoellant savs she oucht not to be denrlved oi ner pensiou on accouni oi Anyiume containea In the atlldavlts referred to by the commlssioner oi penslons, ana reBpecuuuy rcquests tne secre tary of the lnterlor to carefully examlne them, as she belleves that sald atlldavlts refer to a com pany commanded by one ol tue aflUnts and not io inecompaiiy cunimaDueu uy ispuua iimoiny Habbard. She further says that lf the afndavlta were true and related to the comnanv commanded by Captaln Ilubbard they ought not to deprlve her of penslon for the reason that none of the Unlted States forces reached l'lattsburgh earller than the morning of the 12th ot September; for It ls we i anown tuat tue unitea fiiates lorces va cated l'lattsburgh at the approach ot the Urit lsh army And retlred to the south of the Siranac river. in tue town oi reru. ana tue itnusii con tlnued to hold l'lattsburgh until the morning of September 12th, and dld not entlrely coase tirlng towaru uenerat oiacomo s army uuiu aoout raia nlcht. and at two o'clock ln the mornlnz the llrit Isli armv nrecloltatelv retreated. leavluir the slck ana wouuaea u our Kenerosuv, ciue respeaiuuy reiers to au tue tesiimony niea ln her clalm. lncludlnir tbe allldavlt of Dr. Nath. anlel C. Klng, surgeon of the regiment to wlilch Captaln Ilubbard a comiiauy belonged, and also refers to an allldavlt of the Iion. Ilenry F. Janes ui uavoruury, tnnuuui, hd ex-ruemoer ot con gress, and who was hlmself a soldler In Captaln iiuuuaru scnnpany, corruooraiing Durgoon Klng. urMoli ira, fA VhtaitiW 1 U7U In nt.t.H No. 112707, of jonathan Dudley, under the act ol iuarun v, 1010. wr, janes rats; " I am auetl elnhtr-slx veara. and waa a memher nt Pjtw laln Timothy Ilubbard' cotiiiwny that went from loniw- Kep'tpmber, A li., 18M. by the Uritlsh. Thla ooiupauy waa on lke Champlain ln hmarlDH and haatnliig on to luln tbe land furcea on Ihe llth of Peptember, IsU. fhe company landed toward evenlng and waa plaoe.) ln llne of Utlile. 1 he lieal of the rmtagement waa over when thla compnv madtf a Undtngaud uurtiig tbe nlght of Keptembvr llth the llrlUsh trooi rt-trvaUxt. I arvea m 1th aald company at tlie Invastou of I'latuburgh and maae tlie foregolug atatement from iwraonal hoo lodge." When the case was submltted to the secretary of the lnterlor lu 1878 the only rullng then made by the commlssloner ot penslons was that the clalm be rejected on the ground that " there Is no record of tho oiganlxatfon ln whlch indlvldual servlce ls alleged." Isaue was julned on thls ground of rejectiou. No testimouy bad beeu called for by the commissluner of ienions to show the length aud klnd ot servlce porformed by the soldler and none had been f urnUhed l.v the clalmant. That part of the declslon of the sec retary tnat nnas mat tue soiaier "dld not nerre fur fuurteen days and was not ln any engage- maae oeiore arguraent nna ueiore evmence vai ln, and Islu the nature of an extra judlclal judg ment. '1 he secretary of the lnterlor says ; "The land warrant grautetl to 11 ra. Owen 1d law waa granutd under Uie vlh aot llon ol the act of II arcli 1, 1KM, whlch provldna bounly-land lor thoae hoaervdat Uie Invaalou of 1'latuliurgli, wlthoul regard to tha iwrloilof their aenhw or to Uie fact whvther liiejf er or were not 'J be correutness of thls declslon of the secretary of tho lnterlor has been nuestluued hv Iawvhh by the press and by members of theleglslature uf the state. The people uf V'eriuont have not yet iur(ut vuo nKCiiviucut ikcaniuuwi uy ing airettt Ol severai weu anown cituens oi thls state fur nn. lawfully trocurIng laud wairauts under the nluth secuon oi tne act oi aiarcu a, ihW, by false alll davits showtng aimllcants to have been fdthftrln the servlce fur fourteen days urat the battie of i iatisuurgu, wueu iney went uuiy to llurllugton, Vt. aud were ln the servlce hws than a wcik. These partles were Irlml ln the Uulted butes oouri, couvicteo ami iinprisoneu ior uotng wbat, under tlie late dwMuu ut the sucretarv f tlM ln terlor, would be an liuiuaterlal maiter aud not a crim. 1 heapittllant lnslsU that the land warraut lsaued toher lu 18.M uudr the actol Marth U, IKM, has ou accouut oi tne unuie netrice of her huibaiul, To be becalmed on the lake during the engagement of the nuval forcea was extremely perllous and even more dangerous than to have twen la the wouds huuUi of the Uir&attc rlycr, where the voU nnteers were who had effected an earller crowlng the lake. The wlnds he could not control, He jMM the yolunteers ln the woods assoonaa pos- riu,o nuu un ino Hiiornoon OI U1B llltl WAS placM tn the llneof battte, and on the morning of the 12th moved lnto l'lattsburgh wlth the other Unlted StAte forces. Waa not thls In the engage ment that nxtended slx or seven mltes from l'latts burgh on the land, wlth the Saranac rlver between the opposlng armles and wlth a naval engagement on tbe lake at the same t!me7 The appellant be lleves that such has been the constructlon of two iawa oi congress, recognlrlng the servlce of these Toluntr-ers, that all who crossed the lake during September llth were In theengagemntor laltle, Such rullngs were never qtiestloned tintll the knlghtlydeeds of the fathers were partty forgot ten or crowded from the mlnds of the chlldren by the events of the great Kebelllon. TheclausA. 'MVIthnnl rerTA tn tli lantrMi nf servlce Tendered," now contained ln sectlon 2.427 ot the ItevUed Statutes, was not In theorlslnat act of March 3, 1RM. The nlnth sectlon of the act of March M, 1855. lsna followsi "Tliat the ineflts of thls act ahall be applled to and embrace tnose who served as volunteer at the Invaslon of I lattsburgh In Spptember, 18U." Thts sectlon Is sllent aa tn tbe perlod of servlce requlred to reoel ve the beneflts thereln mentioned. Ilut the nlnth sectlon ranst, however, be conitmed In connectlon h i. c 100 1 l" 6 wc wnicn provioes, tnat tn no case thnll any auch certifioate or war- mnt be IHlltit fnr nnu ori'f. ff thttn fmirtn ttitys, except wfieretheperson shatl Actnally have been engAged In battie and tintess the party clalm Ing such certlficate or warrant shall entabllsh hls or her right thpreto by record evidence of sald servlce. Tliese sectlons being parts of the same act must be construed togethor And when so con strned thsy do not authorlze the findlng of the sec retary oi tne inierior, " inat tne act oi MArcn;i, 1855. cave bountv land to those who serred At the Invaslnn of l'lattsburgh wlthout regard to the -rlod of the servlce or the fact whether they were or were not In actnal battleV' The nlnth sectlon only placed the volunteer on an equal wlth a regular. To entltleaperson to bounty land under the act of March 3, 1855, whether he served as a volunteer or a regular, there must be a servlce for the perlod of fonrteen days or actnal battie servlce. There fore a soldler rlghtfnlly entltled to a land warrant under the act of March 3, I855t Is entltled to a penslon under the act of March 1), 1878. lt wai evldently the Intentlon of Congress to embrace in the benerlts of the sct of March 1), 1878, all who were rlghtfnlly entitlM to land warrants under the act of March 3, 1855 See the debates on thls bill In the Congresslonal Kecord, The clause, "or ln any engagement," was at tached to the act ot Mardt !, 1878, wlth the vlew of fnc'ndlng tbe l'lattsburgh volunteers. During the debctte on thh bill ln tbe senate, February 19, 1878, Senator Fxlmunds sald: "I happened to know tbat there were a good many of the people ot the state of Vermont who went for a week to the battie of l'lattsburgh and Asslsted ln rejwlllng the Drltish And who were disabled there and who served as vallantly as anybody could, and If weare togive penslons to the survlvors of the war of 1812 who served fourteen days, even If they never smelt gnnpowder at atl, I do not know whv we should not trive them to those natriotta cltizens who yolunteered In a great emergency and actually fonght through a two or three days' battie." " I move to amnnd the clause proposed to be strlcken out by strlktng out the word 'and ' and Insertlng 'or so as to In clude those who actually fought ln any battie whether they were In the servlce fourteen days or not," Thit ainendment was agreed to and the bill as amended pAssed and became a Uw, Tlie survlvlng Vermont voluntpers, bellevlng they were eutitled to the beneflts of thls nct, made appllcatlon for penslon. Some ot them have been successful and secured lt. Can the goernment afford to forgetthe servlces of any of those brave men ai tnat eariy uiy, more unu it can tne serv lces of the men who fought much ln the same manner at Lnxington and Concord lu 1775 They were mostly Urmers and ploneers of the forent more accuntomed to huntiug wlld animals than fightlog men, and whlle they secured themselves as they could behlnd trees and other protectlng objects, they wore careful to tabe alm at tndlvld uals of the enemy and their aim never mi"sed. Tlilsmodeof warfare, whlch the well disclpllned regulars of the enemy denounced as murder, struck even the fhwer of the Kritish veteran, fresh from victorlei under Welllngton, wlth ter ror that made them anxlous to steal away, under the cover of darkness, to Canada. Theso men are entltled to some credlt, lf only on tho lake In full vlew of the enemy, ln wlnning the vlctories at l'lattsburgh that " filled the whole country with astonWhment and dellght." "To act well for the govcrnraent Is noble, and even to speak well of It ls not wlthout merit." Ilut to deal juUly wlth the humblest clalmant, that no right whlch the law gives to any Indlvld ual bo lost, ls an honor that tends to make a strong and happy natlon. Dlsbnrsements from the treasury made under wlse leglslation are llke vapnrs tnat rii-e irom tue eartii ana aescena in fertlllzioz showers to bless and beautifr the laud. Todcal nrudkTinclv or harshlv In adfustin the legal rigbts of tlie Intrepld soldlers who, llke the It imans. " protected wlth their arms their liber- ue4. ineir country ana tueir uomes, n contrary to tlie splrit of the penslon laws, and ls unworthy the name Amerlcan. UesiwctfuUy submltted, T. J. Dbavitt, Atorney for Harriet M. Owen, Xotb. (lenprat Sannel Htrons. tha cotnmander of the Vermont voluntpprs at I'lattsburuh. renorted to Ihe irovernor oi ennoni on uie I'uu or nepiemoer uie numor uin on the ground well anned tobe l.tw. Htptcmber llth. sevpn o'clix k p. u.. ha reiort-l the numtMir Ut Im iA M). '1 hls last report muil have tncluded Captaln llubbard'a and the elght ouicr ooinpuaics mai trottswi uieiase ioguierou iu iivuui September, Kerretarv Schun dnled a w I low of a caotaln of one of these voliiutwr coinpanles a land warrant when thenon comiuliwlonel ofllcers and prlvates and their w Idows had re-c-lrcit bounty Uml for the a tmn ttnrvlre. fhe reason glven saa Ilut Ihi riih uf evldnnca ln such east lud been changed for se eral ers. Hee applltton of Mary llrown, wlduw of Matthlaa H J.juea, for bounty land, No.333,lS'f, JuneA, 187H, volume ft, jutge 3H i. Tlie Word " Sozodout," whlch has alreadv become a household word. ls derlved from the Grcek, and composed of two words, Soro and Odontes " Soro" translated raeans to preserre, and "Odontes" the teeth " bOUDONT." a nreserver of the teeth. And t is true to Its name, Itbaautlfie and preserres the teeth. hardens and InviKorates the pumn, and corrects all Imnuritles of the breath. The odor of thlspure preparatlon ls sodellghtful that lt U a luxury io appiy u. u is as jiarmiess as water. aoia oy aruggtsts,ana periumers. Skinnv Mkn. "Wel s Health Henewer" re- stores health and vlgor, cures ayspepala. 51. Whkat IliTTKitsare not an Intoxicantor another narae for whlskev. but are a rorfect blood. bralo auq nerve ioou. " Bi'CHurAiiiA." Qaick, complete cure, all an noylng kidney diseases. Sl at drugglsts. iol'b health depends on the purlty of your blood, People who reallze thls arotakfng Hood's sarsapariua wuu tue oest resuits. Always HEFHF-siiiNn. A dellclous odor ls lm parted by Floreston Oiloeue, whlch is always re- iresiung, no mauer now ireeiy usea. 11,500 per year can be easllymade at home worbinjr for I G. ltldeout St Co., 10 Oarclay Street, New York. Send for their Cittalogue and iuu particuutrs. Thf.ur ls untold suffBring among the fair sez. l.t..l. U'l.ant TllttOH wlll ltn anA wa.V. ness lnto strength. ' Lauifs flnd lt fasblonable to take a proprletary mediclne tbat has been sosuccessfully used by the lntelllgent and elegant ot their uer as tlealy'a vegeuioiB iouic I'liis. " Uocr.it on ltATU." Aik drugglsts for lt. Clears out rats, nuee, roacues, Dea-Dugs, skunks. 10 cts. Wwtak's Haixam of Wilu CiiKiutv cnres coughs, colds, bronchltls, whooplng cough, croup, Inlluenza, consumptlon, and all diseases of the throat, lunga and ciiest. r itty cents and 81 a bottle. Elwianck anu Pchitv. lAdies whoappreciate eiegance anapuntyare using rarser s nair iiai saru. It ls the best artlcle sold for restorlng gray iiair to iis ungioiu cuiur, uenuty ona lustre. Peuuvian Syiiui cures dyspepsla, general de blllty, llver complalnt, bol'a, bnmors, chronlc aiarrnea, nervoua auections, temaie compiaints anct au aiseasusnrisiDg in n uau siate oi tne uiooa, Whilk there ls llfe there ls hope. Compiaints oflong standlng, as well as newer ones socom mon among our Amerlcan women, are quickly cured by Dr. Hardy's " Woinan's Frlend, Try lt. Tbe ett'Ct Is so readily seen that tt gives courage at ine sum. A Woman'h Kxi'FitiKNCF. Mothersanddaueh ters should feel alanued when weariness con stautly oppresses them. "If I am fretful from exuaustion oi vpai p wers and tlie color U fading from mv face, Tarker's Gloeer Tonlc eives aulck rell&f It build ine up and drives away ntlu wlth wonderful certainty," UuffalolAidy, If the mother ls feeble lt Is Imposible that her chlldren should be stmog, l.ydU K. Ilukham's Wgetable CoiD)tound ls a prfeet sjcciric ln all t'hronlo diseases uf the sexual system nf women, Send to Mrs. Lydla R Plnkham, J3,'l Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., ior pampuitn. "Mvchlld was altacked wlth lung fever; our family phsiclin sald she was beyund help, We hadlutch s Mliture intlie tiouse and gave lt ln small doses;lhe llfth dose gavehopes of a change; twen'y-fuur hours after she was out of danger, urs. wuiiam uriiiiui, uonstaoie, n i, A Woitu to MoTiiKiw M others should re- memberlt ls a roont itnurtant duty at thls season to look after the health of their families and cleanse the m&larla andltnpuritles fnm their sys tems. and that nothlne wlll tone un the stomach aud llver, regutate the bowels and purify the oiixxi su penectiy as l Aiaers niuKer lonic, aa vertlxfd ln our coluronj. Poit, See other column, A YoiCK FltOM THK ritKMS. -" I Uke thls ontmr. tunlty to bear testimouy to the eillcacy of your Mlop liltters. Kipecting to 11 nd them nausoous and bitter and composed of bad hls kev, we were greatly surprised at their mild taste, just llke a cupol tea. A Mrs, Crexswell and a Mrs, Conuor, frlends, have llkewlse trled and pronounce theru the best mediclne they hae ever taken for bulld lng un strength and toulng up the system, I was truubled wlth costlveuess, heudacheaud want ot appetlte, My allmeuts are now all gone. I liae ayearly outract with a doctor to look after the health uf myself and family, but I need him not uuw. a, uaiuuuu, j'foHV t'ocuie, I'ltuuurg, i vuusyirauia. Itcwcut'd from Death. U'lliUm J, Coughllu, of Somervllle, Mass., saysi In the fall of 1876 1 was taken wlth hlkkdinu uf thki-umi ful lowed by a severe cough, I lostmy appetlte and tltmh, and was oonfined to my bed, lu 1877 I was admltted to the llosplLal. The doctors sald I had a hole lu my tuugs as blg as a half dullar, At uue tlme a report went around that I was dead. I gave up hotw, but a frlend told niH of Dlt W1U.IAM llALL'b UU.SAM K)lt 1I1K l.t'NtJS. Igot .l)Ule, when to my sur tirite 1 uoiuiuenceU to feel better, aud to-day I feel better thau for three years post I wrile thls hoplug every oue aftlUied wlth dlseased lungs wlllUke 1H, WIM.IAM llAl.L'S UAL&AM, and be convluced tliat (unsum ition can iik cuhrii. I can iosltlvely say it has done more good than all the otner mediclne I bave Ukeo iltue my skknods, In rtarton, Marrh II, by Rv. L. riielps, W. J. COUUHN Snd.MYRAllWINF.Ii. un" In St, Johnshnry, March t,bv Itev, Kdward T, Falrbanki. ItUKTON E. IIAlttwELt and K.M MA l'KCK. m,Ivma"' . In Cabot, March 11, hv Hev. H. A. Rnsse.il. JOHN MAN NINH and ROHMA J. WILI.EY, both of Cabot. In Ilarre, March II, by Itev. P, McMlllan, FRANKLIN BKACII and .MAMNIA MINORK, both 0f liarre? tn Momneller, March 1.1, hy Rpv. H. F Mlller, .IKJMK I,. rKNCKItsndAHIIIEJ,ClIKRIKR,lH)lhof Catwt. ln Btowe, March It.by Itev. F, W. tewls, OF.OKOK W. TAKK Klt and IIANNAII K. MOKUI 1,1,, both of Rtowe. M.TII.LOTSON and KMMA I CKAM, bolhof Wofwlt. In Favston, March 4,bt Rpt.J. r. Hnirell, WII.UAM C. HACKU8 andKI,IZAIlF.TIlliAIItl, both of Fayston. ln Mnnlneller. Feh. 91. hv I'. It. IMnlrt r. nttv JOIIN ClARK and llAf T(K 1. CRALS. Iwth of Cabot, In Northflptd, March lfl.br Rev. II. W, Worthen, CIIAI, A. KIKIKKTON, Jr., and FLOKA 8, IlItOWN. bolll of Norlhneld, . In KastPronVneld.MafciiH.bv Itev. Willlam (lay,WIt MAM II, UtUMAUIUN and MAUY Vk IILATLY, both of Itrookfleld. In Newbury, March 19, MZZIF. RMIU.IP,, tn Calais, March U, oriS O. KlElt, s; yeara. In Klmore, March lfl, ALMONI) flWIFT, 77 years. In rialnfleld, March II, F..MMONH TA VT, 63 yean. Io I)anvHl. March 19, Mrs. MARIA l'OPK.K yeara, In Uouldsvllle, March , Mrs. M ART1N OO0DN0, 41 yra, ln Walden. Marrh 11. CAROLINF, WAItVKIt Mrtw n( the late llon. James 1), Itell, about 75 years. In Chelsea. Marrh II. of old aue. rnf.I.V (f.YMAW wldow of Jonathan Smlth, 77 years, 6 monlhi and 19 dayt. In Atlptiiteny, renn., Marcb 13, at tbe resldenM of ber ilaimhter. Mrs. !. (1. Llvlnirston. MAR tllA K..-ir nf H, tTtoweil, 61 yeara. In llethet. Msrt'h 9J. of nneiimonla. ItlPlIiftn U mnr, of K, y, and Ha Wllson, II months and A daya. He waa under memcl treatment only ininysu honra. In Moretown. Feb. 21. CIIFTER P. flTnF.P.TKB. ll years, 9 months and 13 days. ' rwaa hard, so hard, to say farewell That only those bereft can tell i To part wllh tny heart'a chosen one Twas hard to say, " Thy wlll be done." I saw thee fads from day to dtr, 1 saw thee slonly ftlnk away, And then I knew thn tlme had coras Thatl mast say, "Thy wlll be done." ' ri over now, thy heart Is stlll, Tli not our work, but (lod'i own wlll ( And now hope nom" to cheer tne on And blds tne say, " Thy wlll be done," March A GRAND New Spring Goods! co UI J r- co J co UI r- UI Kilfs DryGoo "TVaterTbui'y, "Veiuixont. A very lurgo line of Dress Goods, in the new Spring effects, openeu tlns Aveek. JNew dress (iinghams, 111 now and elegant patterns. Black Dress Silks! Tho same brand that I have months, and, having had such kecp the same line tliis season. Any lady who tliinks of )urcliasmg a silk dress should these goods. rrices $1.25, NEW SPANISII UCE FEGHUS! NEW SPANISH LACE TIE8! at 50 cents, 75 cents, 81.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 up to $5.00. Also a new line of ltibbons, in plain, sliadecl and watered. Spring Cloakings in A large line of Prints and 5 to 6 1-4 cents. The COTTON GOODS department is full and running over. I am E. Butterick & Co.'s Fashion Patterns! The most popular Patterns now in uso. Ladies sending tlicir address, and twelve cents to pay postage, will receive every month for onc year the MetropolUan Fashion Sheets, thus giving onc the opportunity to see new patterns as soon as lssued. 1 hose wislnng to will please send me their address and subscription at once. Stowe Street, NOTIOE. AHperMms hoMlntf orders drawii on the treaanrer of Ihe townof !uiburvare hereby notlned to prewnt the aame tiir ntvment, aml no Interest wlll be nild on thit aame afWr A!rd3id,)88J. K. Vt 11CNTLEY, Trwisurer. I)mbury, Vt , Ma.rch Blh, isw, 9rti Iiistructioii in Singiiigl Mrs. W. A. Briggs Takeaileaauietnlnfonn1naTlherllliPna of Mnntiteller and tlctiiltv that ahe la ireared to glve Insiructlon ln all liranihea of Fnsluih aml lullan Slnitlng, l'artlcular atteu tlon gtven to lfKlnneri. For terms, eto., plr at residence ou Loomla slrvet. li-tf Aeents Vanted for Sulllvnu's IRELAND OF TO-DAY. (Introductlon by Thos. I'ower O'Connor, AI 1.) lt tells why lheieopleare poor and unelucated,why renta arehUhand famlnea oocur. It showa how ihe land waa (onfUratfld and the manufkvctortea ruloiKl. It deacrlbea tbe Laud Iague, the Land Act and Uie Coerelon 1HH. Con tAlns 33 Entiravtoita and Map ia culora. lrli only O0iert!oy. ttalea Imineiise. Send reuta for full .jutnt aml htsrtn work at 0m1. For full partloulara ad lreai J. U. McCUItnV & UU I'hlUdcljihU, I'enn, nctioneei' ! The aubacrlbvr ofleri hli aervtrea to the publlo In the ca pacity of aa auctlogeer, DANIEL CARR. Ollicc otcr I'ccl.. A Cuinnilu.' Store, Mnlu Klm'l, MuhIicIIit, VI. The Aurora Sweeper. Uanufactured by Wiixos Uro. Co., Aurora, 111. A Necessity for Every Neat Housekeeper lt gtvea the Wti aatUfartlon and haa bwonie the t'ulversal Fsvoriu wtiurever Introiluoed. ThU Hwreper va awarded tbe flrst prle 11 tiold Metliil-at tlie recent lio chnuli's1 I'alr lu llonton. We utenllon a few polnta of eioetlenoe ln thU lavhlne' The Uruatt. made of soft brlstlea. Uso oonstruuted that It dueeuutrtde upon ttx rariet. memly touchlng ths flbert, themtore lt doeanot wearelther the vanet or lUflf. The duit pan ar ooiivenkeut to eiupty and auttantUlly at tai'liHd. Furnltureand walUare uot Inlurnd ty dust whtle wmilnir. aalhe boi ts iwfwtly tlght. lheailesaremllleil and flDUIunt aa well aa Ihe revolvliia' iarUof the Oneet sow I11K uiarhlue. lt la durable and Iwautlful tn aipearame, runa un four w ItwuU, la uolselMsa, lUbt runnlu, h ib poaldve motlou, ls bulllbv ameUiantc. andlu lolutor workmaushlp U absoluiely iwfecl. I o ahort, it woika twtler. runa vaaier. aud wpa tluaner Uian auy other Ha eepur yet produmi (JILMA II. l0IfU (ieueral Aircut, MOSTI'ELltlt, - VEHUONT ICIIIKIM TINKIIAM'N HHTATK X HI'AIKUF VhltUUNT Dlstrict or Waahlimlon, as. rroitaui I'ourt, helil at ttmptLUr, in and for aald tiii t.on Uie bUidavof UanJi. A. D. ISSii W. II. Ktoney, Admlnlstrator of Ihe ratale of (leorge rinkliaiu, late of I'Ulnfleld, In aald IHitrlit, dtHwaard, makea appllcatlou to sald Court for Ikwuaa lo aell all of tbe ivaltvUU ot sald de.wMMl, ltiiab! In aald l'UUuflld to wlt. Ihe Imme plaoe.wtth the atora and otber bulldlnin ihereon, reprtwentltig that the aale tlirwf la neiwsa ry for Uia payuu-nl of Ute debta of aald dMteaaed aud the (-barnet of aJuiWutratlon uf hls eatate, Whereuixvi, it la ordvrutliy sald Court that sald appllcatlon l rvlvrrwl Ui a atwalou iherHof, U le held at the I'rouat Oltloe, tu aald Monliwlier. on the 3Mb day of Uan li, A, 1. ItMJ, for hoarltig aud Ucla lon thvrtuii) aud.lt la further enlere!, tliat all imraona la-u-rtul be U'tlned heruof, by piibllutiUou of uoUtw of aald tpplli'atlim andonler therouu, thme mk auoeuvelr lu Uie Vermont WaU'Jjuian A Hlate Joumal.a newspaiwr pub lltlmi at Moultwlier, and whktli clroulaleatn th tivuhowr hooil of thoae lutmwted, bvfoieaalit ttm of Hrtna- that they may apitwr at tM Uuia aud plaoe, aud, tf tlMv aaa oauae,obecuWto. Uf Um CouiL AUmi. ' It-lt A.U. ATKttlLL,Uavtalr. Ure Stock Markct. The followlnff ls a telaprarhln report of the Uve itoek market at Watertrfwn and Brighton for tha week endlng Taeaday, March 31, 1883 1 Catttt, Bhn UoQi.Catin. At market thla week 3,310 10A23 1J.7M BTfl " laat week 3,Ml 7,l I.nl7 ft-wt " " one yenr M0.,. l,6M t,U 9,331 678 rRICF.J, Eitra fat and heavy rremlnm oien.ll 219 OOi Brsl qnallty.tT.AOvX.OOi snoond qnaltty. SH.3Sa7.0Ol thlrd qnallfy, t iSan 00 per 1W Ibs on total welffbt of lilde, Ullow and dreaaed fsmf. A few cholos slnle nalin, tn)..M. Uoiis,rtoHJViai.fw, Worklni oten, flW'AITO t uair, or acoordlnf to thnfr valne aa beer, Hbwrs. tHJOllO. Mlich oowa. tiO.OOOM.twi eitra irood, HOJwntl.w. wlth or with ont nalvp. aa mar be Mremdl farrow and ordlnary.f 1J OHfJ l3(Kt24nni tbm-vear-ohbi. Srt.ooaiVOO. Bheep, 3(tlA 1H0 V fb. hheerM eheep, d(M V fh. HhoUw, wbolwiale, Ont reUll.ftQUo W fh, Fat hogs, ?Q7&1 W rbl northcrn dreMMd hoits, tUtyMio V R. VeaT calvm, 3Q7c V ft. HrUhtot) httlea, oonntry iots,7UQSo, hldes, BHK1( ooontry lots,7UQ9o. Cair sklns, I'slu wllh wool on, $IQl.7& eachi oountry tots, 7bc& $1.74 eacb. It RMARKHThe market haa Improvf full 4'a V tb, Uve welRht, on western, wlth a llvely market for northern, wlth raica itlffeneil UOHfi Kt Ib, dressed weUht. Ilathaway A Jarksonaoldflffy cattle for eiport, rtom welitht 7(,(10 rbs, at7hiC,iive,andsventepnhea'l,(rosa welsht 3l,'m th,t rt,W ?1 cwtt F. K, Mason sold three oxen. irrosa welght I.40U tbs, at 6),'o, llvet (1. W, Jonca sold elxnl three-veara-old stcprs.tudress SOO Tbseach, at 6Xo. drensed welght, and elRhtoxen.to dresa Ibi each. at SfiCTie V Ib.dresml welfiht. Thesheep suptdy belntf largersoine lots wererirob ably sol 1 lower, but as Ihi niialltf was Improvina butchera clafmed a decllne ofjfo V 7b, allhouch our quotatlons re maln onrhanKML Tfie auality makealhs dlffercnre. K, F. Iley sold thlrty-one sheep, averaRO 75 fbs, at Bct lt, E. Frenrh sold two hundred twenty-two Bheep. averaun 110 Tbs.at $SS7 V cwti SawentATnmer sold thlrty shecp, average75 Rs.atBflt 1), A. l)eWolf aoldtwenty-fourshecp, grosa welght 3,l0 RHjSt flo Tfi Ib. l'oultry waa tn Ught sup ply and sold at lifc Tflti). Boston rrodnco Market CIIEEE.-There haa bn a slow trade at the decllne noted last week, and we should not be aurprlsod to see a further falllru off before many days. Hales of good to cholce factory have unenmade atl3l3Wift rb.and ito Is now an outalda selling prtce, Uiough there are some flue branda that rannot l iKiiiijht ror leas than lJ'c. Low grades are dull at 60tlc ) Ib. BUTTER. AlthotiKhlhe reoelpU have been tinlte small for awefkpastwe must qnote a further dActlne lo pricee. Iluyera arebecomlng more oautlous every day, as they look foraetaady falllng off In values from thls tlmeforward. and If recelvera inide any attemrt to force sales there would be a rrgular break down. The best wcstern creainerr but ter la now selltng at ii&Mo Tfi Ib, and f resb weewn ladle packed at snawo. Fine lots of new mltch dalry from Ver mont may stlll be qooted atJlOo )t Ib, but very little of II Is ffoo-l enongh to commaod over 34c. Old dalry butter aeldombrtnRa over JOc, and tnlied lots from Malno cannot be sold st over 23c wtaiiwo Bti Taiiow. fi7Mo w ni on ft ni oountry, irsno. 22d. 1882 DISPLAY OF M " fls Bs iiiiii heen selling for the past six success in their sale, I shall not fau to eall and examme 1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. the New Mixtures ! they are very handsonie from also agent for begin with the Apnl number Waterbury, Vt, W ANTKD. tjrenta to sell our elegint plcturet of tlie (t KFIFLI) FAMILY. nnbUshl nn.ler tha rti. rectlouof Slrs.Uarneldj tbe only amhortial plcturei am n i euerai nireei, mosiod. rJiaoiuuea lw. m-j Farms to Let. One farm wlth dalrvof twentv mwi and other ntoelti also oue farm wtih ettht to ten co and one hundred iheep and other stock. Itoth farm are oonvenlentlv located oa Koodroada, wllhlo four or rlve mltea of Ilarre deiot. l)oot uiin ure wkuuxi urry ou iunw lariua upon turw. i w seaslon Klven Aprll Ut. Iuiiulra at once of Orange Flfleld, SPRING GOODS Watch our etock (or New Spring Goodsl Oar Udo wlll be more complete than erer before. Prices Righll Cash Only J. G. MORRISON, Bluo Store, - Barre, Vt. Musical Heading For the Mlllionl Dttton Jt Company tultit a ftiy Mighljul erie$ 0 ifosJjrJ sw tooti, littigntd la (jrr, 1a atlraetitt ttlerary itrm, all nmaJ tnvrmalio about tnuiicul Aiifary anit tomt pcrtiont of t4 tttnty of mutit, fMU'r MltUAllIKS wlll ounfer a Krwat favor on a. IxxjI UDMANUK U rememhered In the ltlotfraphlral Ito. mauiw " lttKTHOVfc.N " (SlO). ud the UomanUo Ulouraphy of UOAUT (U). Uottt eloaely follow facta. fllHK LKTTKItS OF MtCNUKLNSOHN (two T MKNUKl.SSOHN (two 110 IKT (two volutuea, tsaoli .M- VUIU1IIM, BJMU SI.13J, UUiini tU TUlUUlt II.U), lt ua lnto Uie luner Ufe of tbe great uiajtert. fllllK I.IVKS of ItKF.TIIOVKN (IJOO), of CIIOriN JL (II.M)t ' UU1 IBiiALh (Bi.nu;,oi iiaaiicij (ij ikii. (tl.MIJ.of IIAMKL(fJ IMJK lCaIAN (il.AU). of Viis' U F.llkKllwovola.. nafh lllJWl.aud of lLMkl.MnilK IflftU), are sundatd, eiowxlingly well wrttteu and very readabl booka. HINTOHV U well repreaented by IIITTKK'H HIS. IOUX UF UlTtflO llwo voluuies. ttuh flM), 00m pant aud complete, whlle r.lsou aervea up hls caultal oollecUoo Of Cl'IUOsniKH OF UtWlU (il W, Afla euU!rU.lnuinl. L'rblno'a lllOOKtl'lllUAL BKKTC11KS OF KUlNLNr COMl'OMKKH ($1.13) liwludee Uie lilatory of sonnt hundrwli of uotabllltlea, IN miU.HKTTK'H VOOAM II I LOH I'll V iJHl, IUUa VOICK AM A UUHlUAI. INHTltlf AIKNT (i wuu), aud HIU)ra AKT OF NINU1NO (& oritU), we liave inoet dirwtlona for tha care aud tralnlog of Uu voloe, - OLIVER DITSON & C0( IJOHtOIly - - - - IVIllM. junh gfotice. K?.MltT.OF TIIK OONIIITION Or nir.fliUNl i r.l.lKH NATIONAI, ItANK, at Wont KlrT Vermont, st the cloae of huslneM, March llth, lBttt , , RtsorkCKS. Ixians and dlacounts titt tn Omdrafta , ; 344 ii. n, nonoa w anrnrs clrcnlatlon Sm,n M ll. n. Ilonds on hsnrl i-n uu ut Other atoi k, tnds, and morgan .". Itissl 00 i'ue irvm pproveii reaerveaaenw Al.S07.fll Dita from other atlonal lianks 31,000 W (hetksandothwcash llema I.IhVst iiiiis 01 ovner iianxa , , 434) on Fractlonal Iianer riirivnev.nlfkla.BntwnnlM A 1 s Becle..,., 7'7i i-KFn-ienoer nm JJKA W Itetlpmptlon fnnd wlth U. B. Treaanrer (9 ir vru,v4 .ituiBimu; invvw Total m,iWA3 Capital stock pnld ln , fiiirplusfnnd , ITndivldedpronU , .-nuoni imna nows outstanailig Demand tertlncatcs of deiwslt ', ', Total $ii4MMS HTATF. OF VFttMnVT 1 1 !.,... tr. t'otsiror WmtiKOTos.ss.f rfent of the above-'named bank.dO Soleilinlv Smr llinl ilmn af it.mml I. lm. to the best Of tny knowlM and tK-llef , jAinr.i 11. i,auiiun, rrtttaeni. 183, JOtKl'lI I'OLAMlt.Aorarv PuMc. ' Correct-AttMt: tlEO. C. HIIKFAIlD. ) 1IOKATIO S.I.OOMH, Wr-(orl. UEO. W. SCOTT, ) RKrOllT OF THK OdNDITION Y THK Fl llT NATlfiNAI, U.KSK ..t Mnniraii.lnti.. Huteof Vermont, at Uieclose of buslness, Marcb llth, IV2: Loana and dlsratinLs llit roi m Overdrafls wtUi 11. n, nonns to aecura virculatlon mwo 0 Otherbonda , l9Auom )ne from apirovel resprve aaents 3l,lft9.,(t I ue from other atloual lianks 4M 17.33 Current eiiMnses 403.7t Cherks aml other cash llems iuusor otner nanka ijFnwi Frartlonal naner rnrrenc. nlrkels. aml ttfmntna. II rai JpP4" 3.RS3W ienier noiea 1JWU.W) Total Mimtitviss. 1103,679.11 2W.tK10.00 , IJU.OW.OO , u.wwei , 3-JI.H10.W 1W.0U , 19J.I50 4,m.w Capital itork pald ln Stirplns fnnd rnivwei pronts Natlonal Ilank notea ouUUndlng Oivldenda unaM , I ndlvldnal diKMlta lublnct to rheck, . , lfemand certlflcalea of deponlt,... Toul A SA03,fl;9.U HTATF. OF VP.nWnVT. 1 T .T f llnniMnn fnhUf Cnrarv n U'AsitiKnvrtir. fnf tt ihnthmniBil tisnk. do solemnly ewear tliat the above statement la true to the beet ol my kuowlnlge and bellef. 1, v.. iiuijiiiiiu. taiiier. RnlMvrllied nnd iwnrn tn Ivfnr tn IhU lllth Ar at ilarch, 12. UEO. W. VY1MI, Xotary i'uliic. Correct Atkstt J. A. 1'AOK, ) J. w, V.U.i, mrectori. I'.V. 1I1K1N.) 1KIpitT OI THK CONDITION.OF bnry, In the HUte of Veraiont, at the' closo o( boalneea, BKfocncEa. lAnnn and dlsoonnU 13n,71.74 U. fl. Itomla to secure clrculatloti lOO.ooo ou U. 8. Ilonrts nn hanil II.OJMI fto Other stock 1, bonds, and mortffAsrps 10,3b1 00 I'ue irom aparoveti resene aKt'uu gt.iw.ii Current einensea and taxea pald. 43.31 Checks and other cash iteou 1M.7D iiiuaor otner lianks 2,l7.w Fractlonal paper currency, nlckels, and pvnnlea. 40. M Hpecle , 4,3bl a tender notes 3jO.W Itedemptlon fun.l wlth U 8. Treaurer (S per ToUl TM ,33.1.4 J Hiiniltis ftititl 3(t,IMMJ W 6.MW.W W),(XU.U0 207.7' unuiTnieii proms.... Natlonal llank Notes outslanduig IHTl.lendiinnl1t., Indlvldual deposlta lubjert to cuack Demand certlflcatea of depoalt H,tai ToUl $30415.41 STATE OF VERMONT. I I.Curlla WeUx, Cashler of Coi xiT of Vasttiif otos, as. f the above-named bank, do Bolemnlv anear that the above stftUmiiit la tru to Uiebeiit of my know lede and bellef. Snbscrlbed and aworn to before me thls Ifith day of M arch , UEO. U. LKA1K, Juilhtolht I'tact. Correct-Altesf I'AUL DILMNOIIAM, ) C.N. akms. Vireeton. NATU'L MOOOT, ) alonera, to recwlve. examlne. and adjust all clalms aad de manlsof all persons agalnnt theeatAteof J.Q A, Allea, late of Calais, In sald Dlstilct, deceased, and all clalnn ei hlbtted In off'et therelo, hereby lve notlce that we wlllmetrt for the pnnosea af oresld at tho dw lllng of M rs. M artha Allen.on the2Hih dyof Aprll and 3lHh dty of Jnly next. from ten o'clock A, H. untll four o'cl x lc f . ll,, eacb of sild days, and that slt months from the J"th day of Januiry, A. I), la the tlme Utniud bv al 1 Court for e&ld cre Iltora to pnwent their clalms to ua for exainln&tlonand allowani. Datod at CaUls, thts 21st dty of February, A. D. 1S3J. 3 W7 UE Sffi infc f Commlssloner.. 17 ANNA rUT.VAM'S KSTATK. : HTATK OF Vfc.KMONT, Ulstrtct of Washington, ts. ln 1'robaU Cojrt, held at Montpelier, ln and for aald DU trlct, on Uie llth day orSlarch, A, I. 1S83I Aulnstnimentpirportlng tobe tha last Wlll and Testa meut of Fanoa l'ulnam, late of Cabot, tn aald Dlstrict, deceased, belmr preaented to the Court by John M. Flsher. the Executor thereln nanied, for probatei lt la ordered by natd Court, that all porsona conwrneil thereln be noU fled to apiiear at a swdon of sald Court, to be held at tbe 1'rohate Offlce ln Montpelier, on the 4.h day ot Aprll, A. I. 1S82, and ihow cauae, lf any they may bave, agalnst the probato of aald wtlli for whlch purpoae lt la further ordered, that notlce of thla order be pubUshed three weeks snccesslvely ln tbe Vermont Watcninan A State Jouraal, prlnted at Montpelier, prerkmi to sald Ume ap potntM for beartntf. Uy Uie CourL Attmt, 3d-37 A. C. AVEK1LL, Reglster. CO. R1IKPLFH KSTATK. HTATK OF VEKMDNT, Ulstrtct of Washington, ft. ln I'robat Court, held at Montpelier, ln aald Ulstrtct, on IheWthday ot Marcb. A, 1. Is-TJ: J, E. Sheple, Admlnlstrator wllh the wlll annexed of the estite of C. 0, isheple. Ute of Waterbury, ln s-ild Dlstrict, deceased, preaenta lil a-lntlnlitratlon acconnt for examlna tlon and allowance, and 111 ikee appllcatlon for a decree of dlstrlbuUon and pirtltlon of tha eaute ot sald deceased. and sald apnllcatlon be referred to a aoMlon tbereof . to be hehl at Iha I'nihal fliHM ln MontiwiHr nn tha IDth ria " iicrrupwa, n u urunrw.1 07 aaui ,oun, 1041 saui aooouni of Aprll, A. 1K 1342. for he.trtni and declslon thereon 1 and, lt ls further ordcreit, tliat notlce hereof be glven to all per sons lawresteal. by publlcatlon of the aame threo w eeks suc ceaslvtly ln the Vermont Watch man & sute Joarnal. a newspaper publlshed at Montpelier, prevloua to aald tlme appofntttd for beartn, that they may appear at aald Ume and place, and show cause, lt any they ra ty bave, why aald accouni should not be allowed, aud such decree made. Uy the Court. Attest. 38-3J A. C. AVLKILL, RcgUter. IIWANOIS McKKNNAM KSTATK. HTATK OF VLKMON r, DUtrlct ot W ahlngton, as. In l'robate Court held at Montpelier, ln aald Dlstrict, on Uie Uih day or March. A. D. IbSi : Daolel Uopklns, Admlnlstrator of the estate of FrancU McKenna, late of Waterbury, la sald Dlntrlct, deceaaed. preiwnu tua alminltraUon account for examlnatlon and allowance. and makea appUcaUon for a decree of dlstrl buUon and partlUon of the estatu ot aald deoeaseil. Where upon, tt ls ordeml by sald Court, that aald account and sald appllcatlon bo referred lo a amsloi thereof , to be held at the l'robate Ofllce ln aald Montpelier on the 8th day of Aprll, A. D. 15SJ. for uearlng and declslon thereon 1 and, lt U further ordered, tliat noiW hereof be glven to all persons Intereatod, by publlcatlon of the aame three weeka ucceaslvely ln the Vermont Watchman A Htate Joarnal, a newsnatier publlsheil at Montielier, prerlooa to aald Ume appolnted for heArtnif, Uiat they may appear at aald Ume and place. and show caiuw,lf any they may have, why sald account abould not be allowed. and such decree made, Uy Uie Court. Attst, A, C. AVERILL, Retfteter. AVII) W. CLAUK'S KSTATK. HTATE OF VEltMON'T, Dlstrict of Randolph,!, ln Probata Court, held at Randolph, ln a&ld Dlstrict, 00 tbe iHUi day of March, A. D. 1SS2I Aiirfustua Clatlin, Execntorof the last Wlll and TestAment and of the esute of Davld W Clark. late of Orange, in sald Dlstrict, d3ccaset, nreaenU hls admtnlstratlon account for exauitnatlon and allowance, nnd makea appllcatlon for a decree of dlstrlbuUon and parUtlon of tbe etate of sald de ceased. Whereupon.lt ls ordered bysatd Court, that aald account and atd uppllc itlon be referred to a seaslon of aald Court to be held at tlie Illbbard House. In Williamstown, ln sald DUtrlct. on the luth day ot May. A. 1). mi, for hvAag and decMon thereon 1 and, lt ls further ordered, that notlce hereof be glven to all peraona lntereated, by publlcatlon of the aame tnree weeks uooeaslvely ln Uie ennont Watch man A Htate Joarnal, a ne spaper pabllsbed at Montpelier, prevlooa to aald tlme appolnteu f oriieartng, that they may appear at aald tuna and place, and show canae, lf any they may have, why aald aocount abonld not be allowed, and auch decree made. Dy tha Conrt. AlWwt, 3tf 38 WILLUM II. MthlOLS. JnJge. rVVVIS II. ltATKS KSTATK. II HTATE OF VERMONT, DUtrtctof WaahlDgton, si. ln FrobaU Court, beld at Montpelier, tn aald Dlstrict, on the Uih day of March, A. D. I8li Lucy A. Ilaw, Admlnlstratrlx of Uie estate of Daiia II. Italca, lat of Barre, ln aald DUtrlct, deceased, preaent ber admlnlstraUon account for examinaOon and allow anoe, and makea appllcatlon for a decree of dlstrlbu Uon and parUtlon of the entato of aald deoeaaed. Where npon. tt Is ordered by aald Conrt. that aald aooonnt and sald appllcaUon be referred to a aeaslon thereof, to be held at the 1'robaW Ofoce, ln aald Montpelier, on tha llit day of March, A. D. 1332, for heartng and dacUlon thereon 1 and.ltta further ordered, Uiat notloe hereof b glven to all peraona tniereslad, by publlcatlon of tne tame threu wouks auouMstvely tn the ennont Watchman A Htate Jouraal, anewspaperpubUahed at Montpelier, prevloua to aald tlme appoloU! for heartng, that they may appear tt aald Ume and pUioa, and show oaoM, U any they may have, why aald aooount should notbe allowed, and nch decree made. Uy the Court Atteat. A. C. AVERILL. Retrlater. TKHUV AYKKS KSTATK. HTATE OF VERMONT, Dlstrict of Washington, ss. In rrobate Court, held at Montpelier, to aald Distrlcl, ou Uie llth day of March, A. D. 1SS3 1 Orto L. Ayers, AdmlnUtratorof Uie eatate of Jerry Ayers, late of Waterbury, ln sald DUtrlct, deceased, preaenu bls admlnlstraUon aocount for examlnauon and allonance. and makea appUoattoo for a decree of dlstrlbatlon ana parUUon of Ihe eelale of aald decmuwd. Wherenpon. It la ordered by sald Conrt, that aald aooonnt and sald appllcatlon be referred to a MMton tbereof, to be held at the l'robate Offloe, tn sald Montpelier, on the 3Ut day ot Marrh. A. D. lStrJ, for heailng and declslon Uiereon) Aud, lt ts further ordered, that notlce hereof be glven to all persons lntreUl. by publlcatlon ot the saxaa three weeks suoMwslvely tn Ine Vermont Watchman A Htate Journal, a newapaper publlsned at Montpelier, prerlons to sald Ume arpolnUad for beartng, that they may appaar at aald tlms and plaoe, and show canse, U any tney mar have, why sald aocount should not t allowed, and luch decree luade, Uy the Conrt. Atteat, M-37 A. C. AVERILL, KegUter. CIIAltl.KS IIOWKS K HTATK H1A1K OF VERMONT, Dutrtct of Washington, ss. In rrobate Court, held at Montpelier, ln sald DUtrtft.oa tbe th day of Marcb, A, D. 1S8J 1 Frank A, Howe, AdiiunUtralor of the estate of Charlea lloaes, laW of Moretown, la sald Dlstrict, deceaaed, pre senu hls RdmlnUlratlon aooouut for examlnatlon and allow am, and makea appllcaUon for a decree of dls trlbuUon and iiarutlon of tbe eUt of sald deoeaaed. Wliereuran. tt la ordered bysald Court, tbat aald account and aald appllcatlon t referrtMl to a seaslon tbereof, to be beld at Uie l'robate Odlce ln sald Montpelier, on the SSLh day of March, A, D. lm, for beartng and declslon Uiereon. And, It la rurther ordered, Uiat notlce hereof be gtveu lo all pwraons Inureatwl, b v publlo-AUao of Uie aame turee weeks luomuuvely ln Uie enuout Watchman A HUte Journal, a newsminTpublUJied at Montpelier, prevloui to aald Ume aptnfntwl for heartng, Uiat they may appear at aald Ume aud place, and show cause, lf any they may bave, why aald aocount should not be allowed, and such decree niade. Uy the Court, Attet, 34-36 A, C. AVERILL. RegUter. rp J iiUAimmD'H khtatk. X HTATE OF VERMONT, Dutrtcl of Wajhlngton, sa. ln rrobate Court, held at Montpelier, ln sald Dlstrict, on the th day of Man h, A, D. 1983 1 C. M. Wlnch. a.lmlnlstraUr ot the esUte of T, J. Urad ford. late of Ilarre, ln aild DUtrlct, dei-eael. preseuU hls adiiunUlraUou aocount ror eiamtnaUon and allowance. aud makea appllcaUon for a deoree of dlsthbutlon and inullttoo of Uie eaUte of aald deoeasetl. Where upon, It la ordered by aald Court, that sald aouount aud sald appllca tlon l referred to a seaslon theroor, to be held at Uie l'ro bate Offlce tn aald Montpelier, ou the 38th day of Marcb, A. D. 1883. for heartng aud declslon thereon : And. It la further ordsred. Uiat notloe hereof be glven to all persons Interested. by publlcatlon of Ute same three weeks suoceaslvely tn the eruwnl Watchman A tftata Journal auewspaper pub lLshedat Moutpeller, prevloua to aald tlme apjKiiubJd for heerlng, that Utey may apiuar at sU tlme and plaee, and UyUie Court. Attesl, A. C. AVERILL, Kegtster. 34-34 (1 UAltUIAN NOT1CK to Nell J(l Kstate. X HIA1E OF YERMONT, DUtrlct of UashlogMn.ee, ln l'robate Court, held at Mouiiwlier, wlihln and for sald) DUtrlct, ou the luthday of March, A.il, 1881: Vt IUU111 VY, lleury, tluanllan of Flura Hcagelot Water bury, ! sald HutrUt, makM appllcatlua to sald Court for lloenss to sell the rollowtug descnbed real esUte ot hls sald ward, to wlt 1 All her tnterest ln real estate allaated la aald Waterbury) ,-epreseuluiK Uiat the sale thereof, for tlie purjH-m of puitlng the prooeeds of such sale at Inlemt. or luvestlng Uie same lusUxks or real esUte, would ue Iieiieflclal la sald wanl, Uhureupou, lt U ordeml by sald Court, Uiat sald appllcaUon be referrud to a aeaslou tbeieot, to be held at the l'robate Offlce, In aald Mouttwller, ou the ld day of Aprll, A. D. IWj, for heartng and de clslon thereon) and.lt U further ordered, that all irsoue lutciwted be uotlflud liereof,by publlcatlon of notlce of aald applloaitou aud order thereuu, threo weeks stioouwlvely ln Um Vermont Watchman A nute Journal, pubiuhej at Moutpeller, before saUtlineot hearlng, tbat uiey msy ap pear ataald Ume aud place, and.lt theyaee cause, Vjei-t Uy Uie Couru Attest, A. t A V KRILl KsftsUr.