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liliADFOHD I'OaT OFFICE. Open from ? It. w. to H-30 p. Sundays, U to 12.30 in, M-Ut. SIHTII. Clone 10 a. in., !' Arrive 10,30 a. hi. Mllll II. Clow S.46 a. m. 2Ui p. m. (ii'.o. H. OAtTitxn, I. M. CHARITY LOl'OE, No. 48. F. Si A. M. Meet In Hiudy building Wednesday evening of the week In which I lie moou fulls. C. ii. Vhtkhh, Hic'y. F. It. CinuiirRMN, H . M. JIT. LKUAKD.V, H. A. CHAPTER. NO. U. Meet alternately lit Kly unit Bradford. C.U. Psixiih, Biry. A. Long, U. r. BRADFORD COUNCIL, NO. II. Moet Wriliiinliij iillornnon In which the moon tulle) In lli- months of September, December, Uurch uuil Juno, CHAM HON' LODU1C, NO. 17, I. O. O. V Meet lu liili.)' building every Tuesduy at '?.' W. Whuiiit, See'y. A. L, Fahyan, N. G. 'J KO I TKlt KmIajTi'MKNT, NO. H. Moot tlrst mid llilid Friday of each moiitli ut 'M'.' YV'. Witmu", Scribe, J. H. Jones, C. P. WASllItl'ttN POiT, No. 17, O. A. K. Moot hi ShcphenlKiu's IJail lirst und third Mou luyi of each mouth. I. 11. 61I1I.M-, Adjt. J. It. BWL'IREI, Com. WAnsVlLf.E FIKH KNOINK CO. Meet ut engine house first Thursday of each month 1 6. o'clock p. in. II. A. Winsiiip, Foreman. 11 It A L l' K I PUBLIC LIBRARY. IIAIIIlV'tl iuiii.diso. Open every Sat in day alternoon Ironi 3 to 4 o'clock, fcaturdny cu iiing.-, iioiu .:i0 to 8. Anna Stkvens, Librarian. BRADI-Ultl) REFORM CLUB. Moot at Town Hail, llist and third Friday even ings at 7 . J. B. Pkckktt, Pres. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. . RiiV. Ai.MN (Jlabk, Pastor. Preaching service Sunday inoruirg Ht 10.30 Sab bath school u! ia: ui. Mimlny eenP g sor vic es Bt ? Prayer Imeilug Thursday evening at 7 :30. METHODIST KPIMWAI. CHURCH. Kev. 1 . 1". Kttosr, Pastor. Services Sunday ni lo.:to u. m.i Sabbath school Rt 12: m.; Prayer meeting in tin- vestry at 7 p. m. CltifS uuHitlnx t'nursduy evening at 7 p. U. l'inyer meeting .Saturday evening at 7. connhcticu'i & passu n-sic r. r. XltAl.i.i w OK I II. Accommodation. 9.11 u. m. Mail, L'.f.Sp. ui. New York Express, 0.38 p.m. J'ttAIKS SOUTH. Mail. JO.25 a. m. New York Kx;irrs, 11.38 ". Accoinmoiiaiiou, 10.37 p. m. B.,C. A M. RAILROAD, Haverhill Station TIIA1NS NORTH. Montreal Night Express, 1.07 a. m. Express Passenger. 0.10 a. m. Montreal Jov Kapri'i., 2.07 p. m. White Mountain Express, ii.l8p. in. Mail, a.50p. in. thxprew, -'0 p. m. IIMixed, 9.23 p. ni. Ltavt-8 concord at e. m. f Leaves Uobton ut 12 in, 11 Li aves Concord at 3.15 p. in. TltAINH HOUTH. Sfontreal Niiiht Kxpiess, 1.81 a. m. Wail, 10 30 11. m. White Mountain Express, 11.2s! Sloiitreul Day Kxprens, 3.KB p. ui. VILLAGE BEVITIES. Mrs, J'avy Mai tin is quite pick. S. A. Morse lias bought the Tucker farm in V.reet 1' aitlee. CarlAVilsuu rcturucil to Boston 3'es terday. Gov. rarnhaui has been attending to official duties at Brattleboro this week. . rhineas Lomisbuvy and wife of Ridden eli 1 Ct. are stopping ut Mrs. N. K. D'e's. Probate court was ht-kl at the Trot ter House last Tuesday. T. W. Luwson, spent Sunday in town. Things were lively as usual. 130 arrivals at the Trotter house the last v eek. Tax p.tvr-rs had better call on Treasure i- Hay before Sept. 22nd, or suffer the consequences. Wo are ulnd to slate that J. M. Warden is i.early recovered from his accident. II. F. Stevens has located in Chicago being employed by a large drug establishment there. Mrs. E. Tl. Sawyer, sister of J . E Chambeilin is stopping in town for a few days. John II. Richards and wife return ed to their home in Lawrence, Mass Wednesday. Mrs. C. S. Stevens returned Tues day from a two week's visit to friends in JSew lork. C. E. Clark takes Jerome F. Hale's nlace as leading tiosernan in the fire Company. Billy, at the bridge, has got a very pig family. Call and see for your- -elves. E. II.' Allen is on the sick list. lie is favored with numerous callers, who wish to enquire after the agency. Geo. A Dickey. Esq., has sold his carriage horse to Mr. Church of Boston, for 8250. J. II. Peters and wife are attending the State Fair, at Burlington, this week. Mrs. James Twoinbly died Monday after a brief illness and was buried yesterd ay. Miss Cooley, returned to Mrs. Curtis store Wednesday alter a va cation of four weeks at Chelsea. The fire department tested the hose Saturd ay night. Several lengths were found to be unworthy. The precinct had better buy some to replace it. Mrs. John P. Cutter of Plymouth, N. IIM is stopping at her father's, ei. Geo. L. Butler s. Miss Evaline Kineiy i trying to fret up n clas in penmanship iu this village. She is u creditable penman und should bo eucouruiied, as she needs the money. Winshii.. und Co., received four cnrloadrt of coal yesterday. They will have thirty in nil, when received. Henry Jones, and family, start for Florida next week. His many friends hereabouts regret exceedingly that ho is to leave town. 'i he Lyndon Cornet Band has been engaged by the association to play the two last days of the fair. This insures good music. N. B. Hayes and wife have moved to Manchester. Mr. Hayes is a good woikmau and we wish him future success. Mrs. Geo. W. Wright was 50 years old, Wednesday.. Her children re membered her by giving a nice pair of gold spectieles, Harry Kemvdy ot the Canton Journal lias been home on a week's vacation, returned to his case Mon day, Harry was loohing well. About six hundred people were in attendance at Robbins Circus last Monday, and generall were satisfied with the Show. No more civil croud ever visited Bradford, than the 30 or 40 employed by Mr. Robbins. The upper plain was stirred up Tuesday night by the residence of Mr. Hiill being visited by two men from Haverhill, Messrs. Silver and Marshall. Quite a "racket" was in dulged in during which time a reyol ver was exploded the ball lodging in Marshall's groin. We hear that he is severely injured but a:e unable to give particulars. Taxpa3'ers of the t-.-wn of Bradford must remember that the time to pay their taxes to the treasurer, expires the 22nd day of September, and gov ern themselves accordingly so as to save costs of collection. The Veteran's Re-union at East Corinth on Tuesday and Wednesday, of this week was a very enjoyable af rnir in all nresent. The weath-r. camp ground etc. could not have been bettered. The large number ot vet criins and spectators present were ad dressed by His Excellency, Roswell Farnham, Gen. Stephea 1 nomas and fV.l. Randall, in their most pleasintr style, The people of Corinth seemed to do all in their power to make the occasion a success. A vocal and instrumental recital will be given at Village Hall, Brad ford, Wednesday eve, Sept. 20ui, by Miss Etta May Hunt of Boston, assist ed by other artists. This will be a rare musical treat as Miss Hunt has a remarkable voice, which she is culti- vatiii2 for sinsrins in Opera, Our cit- izviis will not bestow their favors amiss lv i)!trotiizinr this entertainment, as they will be amply repaid, Tickets will be tor sale at uarheld s on dav ol concert and at the door. The capacity of Miss Hunt's voice raav be imagined when we inform our readers that she can compass throe octaves, reaching high C without ef fort, and on seveial occasion bus touched F distinctly. Wo acknowledge the appreciation and thanks extended us by "All the. neighbors iu the vicinity of Fa per Mill in regard to our having removed the underbrush, trimming trees, etc.. and in relation to the idea advanced as to the woodpile extending from the engine house to l he big straw-barn, and standing there in "direct defiance of law," We deem it our duty to say a woid in explanation. Our prede cessors have availed themselves of this privilege of piling wood in this locality adjoining laud belonging to paper mill property aud as our availa ble space being somewhat limited for this purpose wo made application to proper authorities and were very kindly permission to use this locality. Nevertheless we not being satisfied with the spectacle and having a desire to improve the surroundings as fast as we can make it convenient to our selves, we have contemplated of grad ing land at south end of village which, in so doing, will afford ample spacen we calculate to store wood, and ie c anying out this plan we hope to mak a more pleasing view for our own sat isfaction as well as for "All the neigh bors." Baker & Mooiie. Hied in Chicago, July 8th, 1882, M ary E. Chandler. The deceased was a native of Bradford, living on the "south road" aud daughter of John Ayer. From early childhood she was distinguished by many wom an ly traits and was possessed of rare intellectual gifts. Some years ago she married F. S. Chandler, formerly ot Piermont, N. II., and passed her married life in Chicago. For the two years prior to her death her health had been failing and ere friends were aware, consumption had fastened its fatal fangs upon her, and it became evident that the happy home circle must be broken. She had early giv eu ber heart to Christ, and in the last days He was a stay aud comfort, reu dering them days of sad but happy meinoi ics to those lett behind. Dur lag her illness her mind often dwelt on the Kceues aud tlm friends of her girlhood ; some of those friends had 'gouo before" and she looked forward to a happy nieetinir wiilt them. To the lii uds still liviujr kIiii sent kindly messHges. She left this life like a tired child goiug to her home, leaving to her husband and four little children hlepsed memories of her life and death. NO WOMAX. In beautiful with a bud skill, covered with pimple. irocklcH, moth or tun. I Imvu been uskod many tlniM wliut will remove Hume unxllulitly bloinixhux. So face paints or powders will remove theui. as tlioy ure eiuised by Impure blood. Tim only mire rt'inudy 1 liuve ever neon Is Sulphur Bittern, and In hundred of case I have never known them to fall. MARRIED In Corinth, Sept. 0th, ut the residence of the bride's tumor, uy jtov. it. t. Jtiuies. Joseph II. Carter, of Canterbury, N. It , und Currio M. Timlin of Corinth. In Hrudford, Sent. 12th, at the resldeuee of the bride's lilt her, by Kev. T. P. Frost, Fred K. Carter, of Alontpellor, und Jennie L. Uoty, of Bradford. DIED In Orfonl, X. It., Sept. 8th, James F. Norris, aged 50 years. In Topshain, Vt., Sept. 12th, Mr. Duncan Stewart, ajtod 30. , In Corinth, Sept. 12th, Mrs. Laird, wife of Herman Wilshire. Laura . BRADFORD PRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by STEVENS & CLARK. .Tub Butter, Dried Apple, Lump Butter, Western Corn, Eggs, K!our, Lard, Ont, Hides, fotatoei, Pelts, Round Hog, Hemlock Bark, 17 a 22 ltd 18 a 22 100 22 7.00 a S0.00 15 a 16 00 a 05 6 75 a bO 50 a l.O) 8 8.00 ' WATERTOWN UNION LIVE STOCK MARKET. FOK THE WEliK ENDING AUG. 29, 1882. Amount of stock at Market. Cattle. Sheep and Lambs. Swlne This week, 1774 8648 10713 Last week, 131d 11084 IW13 One year ago. 18S8 0818 7107 Number from several states. Vermont, 235 Cittle, 1247 Sheep, 980 Bwlne; New Hampshire, 28 Cattle, 448 Shoep, 183 Swine. Trices oi Market Beef A few choice 10.25 a 11 extra 9. 75 a 10.00; first quality $8. a, S; sec ond quality $0.00 a 7.50; third quality Jlfcua 5.50 Cricesot store Cuttle Working Oxen, per pair from J100 a 275; Mileh Cows and Calves from $20, 38 a 48; harrow Cows 15 a 33; Fancy C,ows $50 a 70; yearlings J10 a 15; two years old i0 a 28; thre years old $28 a 45. Swine Western fat. live 8 a 9o por pound Northern dressed llos 10,'.,' a per pound. I'ricas of aiieep i'd Lambs In lots, $2.50 a 4.50 5.00 each; extra 3.50 a 7.00; or from 3 if 0 per lb. Lambs 0 a 7 4c per pound. J . ' Veal Cnlvcs :i 7.;ac per pound. " Price's of Hides, Tallow and Skins In itfhlon UideS VHo per lb; BriKhton Tallow 7 lu 7.' per lb; Country Hides 84 to 9c per lb. Country Tallow 3 to 5c p: r lb ; Pelt S"5c to 1.33 each : Calf sMus 12je per lb. ; lamb skins 50 a 70c. JS. It. Choice grade Includes nothing but stall fed 1 100 to 14U0 lbs cattle. Extra aud first qual ity includes the best larye tut Oxcu. Second ami third quality includes Oxen, aud two unit three, year-old nlee;'s. sheep Extra includes Cossets, and when thoic of jnlei'ior qualit.v are 'lir.nvi, out. STRENGTH to vigorously push a business, strength to study a profession, strength to regulate a household, strength to do a day's labor with out physical pain. A!! this repre sents what is wanted, in the often heard expression, " Oh ! I wish I had the strength!" If you are broken down, have not emrgy, or feel as if life was hardly worth liv ing, you can be relieved and re stored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS, which is a true tonic a medicine universally recommended for all wasting diseases. 501 N. Fremont St., Baltimore During the war I was in jured in the stomach by a piece of a shell, and have suffered from it ever since. About four years ago it brought on paraly sis, which kept me in bed six months, and the best doctors in the city said I could not live. I suffered fearfully from indigestion, and for over two years could not eat solid food and for a large portion of the time was unable to retain even liquid nourishment. I tried Brown's Iron Bitters and now after taking two bottles I am able to get up and go around and am rapidly improving. G. Decker. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is a complete and sure remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Weakness and all diseases requir ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic tonic. It enriches the blood, gives new life to the muscles and tone to the nerves, rs ; A MEW DISCOVERY. It error sorer! jtum w hare furnished the Dairymen ot Amerlea with n exueUdiil artl. ntnl eontf" ror miner) eo meritorious ium h nm I with great luoenw everywhere reoelrlnv the 'hiuhiMt end ouur nrlm at both International Dairy Fairs. , . ... , , 1 aruuc DJ patient ar.anou.nuna canaiumt rv 'Moron we ha Improved in several point, end iBnnffM.thlan.v Ailitpu, hmmt itt tkmuarld. It Will Not Color the uttermim. It Will Wot Turn Wancld. It Is th trongeat. Tight and Choapaat Color Made, rarAnri. while nremred In oil. Is so compound. ed that it Is Impossible for It to become rancid. tVBIWARB or imitations, ana 01 ail other oil colors, for they are liable to become rancid and spoil the butter. ixrlf vou cannot Bet the "Improved" writ us to know where and bow to get It without estra Bespense. VO tTT.MiS, FH HSHOiiOH a to, rwiiapsa, 11. EARS FOB THE MILLION. Fm CIij'i Salai of Ski'i Oil i Positively Restores the hearing, and I the Only Absolute cure ror ueatness Known. This Oil li abstracted from Peculiar species ol small White Shark, caughl in the Yellow Sen, and known as Oarcliarodon Itondeletd. Every Chinese fisherman knows It. It virtues a a restorative of hearing were discovered by a uuriuiiist rriesiauout the year 1410. Its cures were so numerous and many so seemingly miraculous, that the remedy wasoffloially proclaimed throughout the entire Um pire. Its use became so universal that for over 3000 years no Deafness has existed among the Cllinese people. Bent, cuurges prepaiit, 10 auy au dress at 1.00 per bottle. Hear What the Deaf Say I ft has nnrlormeda miracle in inv case. I have no unearthly noises iu my head and hear much better. 1 have been greatly benefited. My deafness helped a great deal think another bottle will cure me. "Its virtues are unquestionable and Its curative character absolute, as the write can personally tes tily, both from experience und observation. Write atonco to llavlock & Jenno, 7 Oey btreat, New York, enclosing 1.00, and you will receive by return a remedy that n III enable you to hear like anybody else, and whose curutlve eiu-cts win do permanent. You will never regret doins; so." Editor Her. chantlle Review. W-to tivoid loss lu the mails please se.id money by llegistercd Letter. Only Imported by HAYLOCK Ss JENNE, 3-2 lv Late llavlock & Co. Sole Agts. for America. 7 iley St., New York AGENTS! AGENTS! AGENTS! For GEN. DODGE'S bran' new book, entitled Thirty-Three Years Among OUR WILD INDIANS! 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No competition. Agents average 10 to 80 orders a day. Wo want IOOO more agents at once.' Exclusive Territory and Special Terms given. Our lsrge circulars with full particulars sent free. A fine Specimen Plate sent in addition for 8 cent stamp. AddresB ine sole puuusuers, A. D. WORTHINGTON 4 CO., HAETFOnn. Cokk. Hai.i.'.s Vkoktaw.e Sicimant Hair r.r.xr.WKH is a siritntilic coiabiiwtioil of . some of the most powerful restora tive nseni in t'.io vegotahlo kingdom. It restores yiwy hair to its original color. It makes the scalp vUio and clean. It euros daminili- and humors, ami fallinsr-ont of the hair. It furnishes the nutritive principle by which the hair Is nourished and supported. It Jnnkcs the hair moist, so'.'t and glossy, find is unsurpassed as a hair dressing. It is the most economical preparation ever offered to the public, as its effects remain a long time, making ouly an occasional application necessary. It is recommended and used by eminent medical men, and officially endorsed by the State Assayer of Massachusetts. The popularity of Hall's Hair Kenewer has increased with the test of many years, both in this country and in foreign lands, and it is now known and used in all the civilized countries of the world. For sale by all dealers. SI CREAMERS. Cooley Creamers. Tadnlly we in 13 (MH m'it.ienl'.y with or without ri'i'-lni-- roe e ii1.. 101H ;i.! mv.iu Al.s nod SIX hll. V! It MKItALS lor BUl-ERIOUITV. 'HSi" Wlmt Is said of them 1 Es.fJovirnor Smith's Dairy t 1 am I r'Cy rieascd with yonr Coo?ey Creamer They i 4 entire iwtMaction. I hive tested them i i.uta-reutl imls.aiHi Pnd they excel them all 111 :i;.-ift- tu-i ipwlily of butter, a the dairy has iu-r-. l i'vouaveaow tnuteonr third Oreaiuer. J. A. hV.r l r, M-n-rrer Hon. -I. O. timith's Dairy ft. A'.bans, Vt, J.uuiry 18, 181 ( oolev only 11 1-2 lbs. for 1 lb. batter. .th -en-l t'i- Clor Croitnor for the raj u.ir' of crrain t -r a rufcthhnr over two years. f'ijl rptf..! (H 1, v"tb v: rtrus other lnetliodH, ' . ..ju- v-t,uci tina t!u i i,r,AW. as lK-ing the best t,o . rU)t t'"-"' r h"- - ree-i r o reaon to chanire uiiudl lu'VetiiiMf iniarire pans in joine ejwciol I i I Unmi it t.-k, iu o;;o trL.1 ot 10 days' milk, . n-iiit 1. r ore ut I iter. I'l atiotber of one aitUitt;.ok I7.:,R,. milk tor one oi ; bnttei ; d.H-p iv:,.E-y it tne B-me time took 1J. lbo. The - i tn! wr.r undo in thc-sa otiths of (Ktwr and ii-v.N.cr. 1T7. l-i Pemi'iw. Item, milk eft by the (.,M)l,.,pns-esflMmre.l t.4.4 'kVViwXKii l iMiiiei . l .iirstruo , . .,1. x"uv iukb. ' jtV "r ' r j icH-m. vt., ih. 11th. ikm. A'SCVCUVRSR, BUTTKB WoBICKBS. PBINTKB fcO. ( ar-S.'nd postal for circulars. Vt. Farm Machine Co., . Bellow Foila. YerusonU Minted COOL tJlmrVm'B2-Fl ineaenutactone. I J iff li:)SSf tlrentent J'omible A- j t'.i lif,JSsdk3 mount ft'reasi tm-y J-''. iiftsf Uwe 110 ennui. Made lu m VT,':Wr' VlliiVitii! tfM uf7Vt t.,.l, Kl.-i.vt nnt... I"!1 '..vtv'cBr. . (i 'lvli THE OPIIUOII OFFICE In the place to got Auction Bills And JOB PRINTING) Of all kinds FI1STE PRINTING Including Commercial Work And Executed in the most workmanlike manner and at reasonable rates HARRY E. PARKER, Aug. 24th. BRADFORD, VT, LEGAL NOTICES. PROBATE COURTS AND IIOUHTS 0" IN MOLVKNCY-BKADKOKU DIS1K1CT. Probate Courts and Courts ot Iusolveucv within and forth Dlstrlol of Uradlord, will be held tin eusuinK year as follows; ilrsdrord-At the Trotter House In Bradford, on the tleoond Tuesdays ol January, March, May, July, September and November. uonniii At the lioiei in bast uorimn on iu Second Tuesdays of February. June. August aud October, Probate nnuits will also beholden at the Pro bate OHIoe lu Corinth on the Heoond Tuesduy of April and I ho lust Halunlaysof March and July, aud at the I'rob.it Oltice In West Falrlve on the Hecoud Tuesday of December and lust ssturday lu February and Noveinlier. AbVAii di, nrai.ier. West Falrlee, Vt., Deo. 1, INal. 1 If 1'HINKAS HL'UU'S WILL. STATE ot Vermont, Dlstrlol of Bradford ss. In Probate Court held at West Falrlee In and fur said District, on tbe 'Will day of August, A. D.. IIM'2. An Instrnment purporting to bo the last will und testament of Phlueas Uugg. late of Thetford, lu (uid District, deceased, being presented to to the Court by Sarah J. Kuk lor Probate: It is ordered by said Court, that ull persons concerned therelu be notified to appear at a session ot .aid Court to be held at the J'robate OHIoe in West I'eirleeon the wira aay 01 nept., a. u., issx, ana show cause. It any they may liuve, against the Pro bate ot said will: fur which purpose it is further ordered that copy of the record of this order be published three weeas successively in tne iiiiieu Ouiulon. a newHimi er printed at Uradlord, previ ous to suld time appointed hearing, Ily the court .litest, 4:i3t ALVA II REAN, Register. ESTATE OF O. II. WATSON. STATU of Vermont, district of Bradford is. Iu Probate Court held at West Falrlee In .aid distrlot on the 2wh duy of.Angust, A. O., 1882. J. O, Livingstone, i'.sq. Adminstrutor ot the es tate of O. II. Wuison laie of Topsham iu .aid dis trict, deceased, presents hi. administration ac count for exaiuli.aiioii and allowunoe. Wnereupon It Is ordered by said Court, that said account be reterred to u session thereof to be held at the Pro. bate court in East Corinth on the god Tuesday ot October, A. D.. lbS2, lor bearing and decision thereon; And It is further ordered that notice hereot be given to all persons Interested, by publi cation of the same three weeks successively in the United Opinion a newspaper published ut Brad ford, Vt., previous to said time appointed fur hear ing, that they may appear at suia time and place, and show cause, it any they may have, why said uccouut should uot be allowed aud such decree made. By the Court Attest, 43 3t ALVAn BEAN, Register. GEOKGF. JEWELL S ESTATE. STATE of Vermont, District of Bradford, ss. In Probate Court hold ul West Fail Ice lu said District on the 30th day of Aug., A. D. IbHi. John Builey, Esq, Administrator of the estate of George Jewell late ol Newbury in said dis trict, deceased, makes application to suld court for license to sell all the real estate of said deceas ed, situated In said Newbury representing that the sale would be for the bei-t interest ot all concerned. Whereupon It is ordered by said Court, that said application be referred to a session tliereot to be held at the Probate Oli'ice in said West Falrlee on the 10th day of Sept. A. D., 1882, for hearing and decision thereon : Aud It Is further ordered that ul persons interested, be notified bereof by publica tion of notice of said application and order thereon , three weeks successively in the United Opinion a newspaper published at Bradford, and which cir culates in tile neighborhood of those Interested, before said lime of hearing that they may appear at suld time and place, and If they see cause obt ject thereto. By the Court, Attest. 43 3t ALVA H BEAN, Register. NELSON BAILEY S FSTATE. STATE of Vermont, District of Bradford ss. In Probate Court held at West Knirlee ill and for said District, on the 3uih day of Aug., A . l., 1Uh, J.,t. U,.ili.w k!.n A mini.ii-n-ii. r.i t, estate of Nelson liailey lute of Newbury lu said district, deceased, makes application to said Court for license to sell ull of the real estate ot said deceased, lu said State representing that the the sale would be for tile best interest of all concerned. Whereupon, it is orlered by suiucouri rniit sain appitctinon uu reieirouio u ses sion thereol to be heal at the Probate OHice, in said West Fairlee 011 the ltithday ot Sept., A. D., ioS'i, for hearing aud decision thereon; und it is further ordered tuat all persons interested be 110 11 tied hereof by publication ol notice of said application and order thereon, three weeks successively In the United Opinion, a newspaper published at Brud- toru. ana wnicn circulates 111 tne neignooruooa 01 those interested, before said time of henringfthaf that thev msv nDDcar at said time and oiaca. and. it they see cause, object thereto. By the Court Attest. 43 3t ALVAH BEAN, Register. . INSOLVENCY NOTICE. STATE of Vermont. District of Brad ford, ss. Court ol insolvency. In the mutter of Abner T. Webber of Newbury in said District, an insolvent debtor, tuke notice that tile said Abner T. Webber of suia Newbury in said District, did on the 121th day of Auj-ust, A.. U., 1&2, tile in said court his petition for adjudi cation or insolvency agteeably to Chapter 03 of the Revised Laws. Whereupon it is ordered that a meeting of the creditors of said insolvent debtor be licit at the oflice of E. W. Smith in Newbury on the last Tues duy of September, A. D. IsSi, ac li o'clock, ii., to prove their dejis and choose one or more assignees of his said estate, and that the payment ol any debts mid the delivery ot uuy property belonging to taid debtor, to luiu or for his ure, and the trans fer of auy property are forbidden by law. And it is further uidered that notice be given of the liling ot said petition and order hereon by publication in the United Opinion, a newspaper published at Bradford in said District. Duted at West Fairieu, in said District, August 23, IS.'. By order of Court. ALVAH BEAN. Register. OILMAN ELLIOTT'S WILL. STATE ot Vermont. District of Bradford, s. s In Probate Court, held ut West Fairlee,, in and for taid District, ou the 4th day of September, A. D- 1W2: An Instrument in writing purporting to be the last Will aud Testament ot Oilmun Elliotr, late of Corinth, iu said district, deceased, being presented to the Court by C. O. Sargent, Esq., for Probate: It is ordered by said Couit, that ull persons con. corned thereiu be notilied to appear at a session of said Court to be held at the Prohate Ollice in West Fairlee on the 30 day of September, A. D. ISSa. und shovi cause, if uuv they may have, against the Probate ot said will : for w hii ii purpose it is furth er ordered that a copy of the record of this order be published throe weeks succissivdy iu t lie Uuited Opinion, u newspaper, printed at Hrudford, Vt., previous to said time appointed for hearing. By the Court. Attest, ALVAH BEAN, Register. PAMEL1A A. KNIGHT'S ESTATE, STATE oi Vermont, District of Bradford, s. s. lu Probate Court held at West Fairlee, in and tor said District, on the flih day of Sept. A. D. 1HH2. VV. A. Knight, Administrator of the estate ofPanieliaA. Knight late of Thetford, In said dis trict, deceased, makes application to said court, for license to sell all of the real estate of said deceased, titunted iu Thetford, to wit : The homestead of said defeased situated in Post Mills Village, repre senting that the sale would conduce to the best In terest of those concerned thereon. Whereupon, It is ordered by said court, that said application be referred to a session thereof, to be held st the Pro bate Othce, in said West Fairlee on the 80th day of September, A. D. 1882: for hearing aud decision thereon; and.it is further ordered, that all person, interested be notified hereof, by publication of notice ol said application and order thereon, three weeks successively in the Unttrd Opinion a news paper published at Bradford, Vt., and which cir culates in the neighborhood of those interested, before said time of hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and, if they see cause, ob ject thereto. uy the -court. Attest. ALVAH BEAN. Register. ABKAMP. SHAW'S ESTATE. STATE of Vermont, District ol Itradford, .. . In Probate Court, held at Uradlord, in and for aid district, on the 12'h day of Sept., A. D. 1882 : W. 11. tiilmore, Esq., AdminiMrator of the es tate of Abinm P. Shaw, late oi Bradftrd In .aid district, deceased, makes application to said couit. !or license to sell all ol the real estate of said de ceased, situated in Brsdlord. to wit: Dwelling bouse (lid building In the village of Hrndloid, and about three acres of land, representing that. the sale will be for the best interest of all concerned. Whereupon, It is ordered by said Court, tbnt .aid application be rcferted to a session thereof, to be held t the Probate OrBo, in said West Fairlee. oil the 30th day ot September, A. 1. ISSi ; for hearing nd decisiou thereon; and, it i further ordered, that all persons interested be notified hereof, fcy publication of notice ot said applcatlon and order thereon, three weeks successively In the United Opinion a newspaper published at Bradford, Vt., and which circulates In tne neighborhood of these Interested before said time of hearing, that Ahey may appear at said time and place, and, It they see cause, object thereto. By the Court. , Attest, ALVAH BEAN, Register.