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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1883.
Weekly News Sunimary.
Tnn capltal has been subscribed (or a bank
Twbnty-fivk cents Ia the rullng prlce ln Or
leans county (or bops.
TB Orleans county fair wlll be hold tho
flrat week ln Ootober.
Tiik Orwell town fair wlll be held on tho
18th and 19th of Soptember.
Thomas Kiddkii of Albany trapped a three
liundrod pound boar recently.
It 1 expected that poveral young ladlea wlll
tlnter Middlebury conejte mu uuiuiuk yuur.
Thb Methodlst camp-meetlng for tho St.
Johnnbury dlstrlct commonced at Lyndonvlllo
Tiik Middlebury Eplscopallang, Baptlsts and
Unlvergallsts aro yot wlthout pastors lor thelr
Old Mr. Savll, the olde.it Inhabltant ln Col
cheater, waa burled the 19th. Kecords nhow
that he wbb one hundred and two years old,
Mn ItonimTB of Hydovllle recently returned
from England brlnzlng a Norraan colt twenty
geven months old that welghg, lt Is sald, 1,900
SMiTnHUNT o( Barton 1s eaid to havo tho
largept aplary ln northern Vermont, llls elghty
flvn gwarms of bee have thla season produced
1,000 pounds of honey.
A Bknnimiton man has taken out a patent
on a boat contreboard mado ln gectlons, whlch,
when not ln tige, may ba drawn up glde by
gldo and held ln a case.
8kvkk carloads of aheep are booked to leave
Middlebury as eoon as arrangernents can bo
made. Some of theae are golng to Ohlo, somo
to Colorado, and some to Nebraska.
Wobk on the new dam nt Swanton U belng
?nahed rapldly. Over 100,000 foet of square
Imber Is belng UBed and a car load of Iron.
The atrncture wlll cost about S1.000.
TnK Qlen Ilouse at West Brattleboro, oecti
pled by A. J. Hooker for a hotel, and A. K.
Jonea as a atnrn, waa burned Augnat 22d, at a
lofs of from 12,000 to $1G,000; lnsured,
Tuk docket for the September torm of the
Chittenden county conrt contalna one hundred
and twenty-peven law nnd aeventeen equlty
cage. The torm wlll begln Tuesday, Septem
A grand band rennlon Is tallted of for Frl
day, AueuBt 31st. It is ow expected that tho
Morrisville. Johnson, Lowell, Hardwick, Crafts
bury and Danville bands wlll hold a plcnlc in
A lahoe, new barn, beloflfelng to Kugene
Jndaon, of Arlington, waa struck by llghtning
tho 20th, and burned, It containod several
tons of hay and 4,0i0 bushels of oats, besldea
other property; no lnsurance.
It la pald lndlvlduala In Swanton are Inter-
ested In the St. Albans trust company to tne
tnne nf nno hundred thousand and over, and
that flfty men have been thrown out of em
rtovment at Farnham, V. Q , on account of
An eatlmable cltizon of Hartford recently
lot hls rockoning on the daya of the week and
waa found running blg mowing macmne aun
dav mornlnir. Wben the bovB told him that
lt wbb Sunday, and ho upon refloctlon aaw hls
mlatake, that busy farm gcene was suddenly
brought to a close.
ORnnnR K. Chowkll. tmbllsher of tho Brat
tleboro Household, haa grown rich out of that
mwr. nnd Is now usine gome of hia money In
purchaslng a large lot of wood land near the
vlllaga and fittlng lt up as a park for the peo
ple of Brattleboro, very lew puunsuera can
nllord to he bo publlo splrltea.
Edpcational meetlngs are to bc held bv the
snnerlntendent of education at East Berk-
ghire. Sheldon. Franklin, Bakersfield, Al-
bursh Center. Swanton and Milton, the first
two weekg ln September. Tbe meetlngs nre
not excluslvely for teachers, but for all tbe
people, and every one 19 mvitea.
J. M. PiLLSBCKVof Sutton has a cat whlch
deaervcg sDecial notlce. Slie does not confino
heraelf whollv to the deBtructlon of rats and
mlce. bnt attacks rabbita. partridees and even
woodchucka, but In a tussle wltli one of the
latter the other day he proved too heavy for
ner and Mr. i'llisbury wenc to ner assistance
and tbe woodcbuck Buccumoea.
TnK nresent season haa been remarkably i&-
vorable for honey ln Addison county. Tbe
market trlce la now elghteen cents per ponnd.
but dealera say they wlll goon be able to buy
cart loads of lt at tweive cenis per pouna,
The conloug ralna tbrongh the gprlng and sum'
mer months have induced a SDlendid erowtli
of white and rod dover, whlch Is favorable to
A eook agent canvasslng f or a Hlstory of the
Kenelllon, at Barre tne otner day, was bhow
lng It to an old goldler. In the book was an
illustratlon of Andersonvillo crlson. The ol
dler, who had eeen Bome hard tlmes ln that
death-trap, looked at it a moment and then ex
clalmrd: " Whr. that looks aa much llke An-
dersonville prlson as Barre does llke the New
TnK town of Benson began last Tuesday the
celebratlon of lts one bundredth blrthday with
a hlstorioal addresg by Rev. Evarts Kent of
Georela. irrandson of the town g first mlntster.
Wedne sday Rev. J. W. Peet of Iowa gave an
addresa on the town'a old people and old cus-
toma; and Edward W. Barber oneon lts dls
tingulahed children. The town Is ten miles
from a rallway gtation, and lts blstory has been
A Burlington man haa raiaed In hia garden
thls season a very remarkable varlety of green
peaa. The seed waa first oowed by him on the
17th of April, and on the 17th of June the peas
were ready for the table. Mr. Smlth saved
and drled gome of the ceag, and eowed them
aealn on the 21st dar of Julv. On the 23d of
Augunt jttst thlrty-three daya from the time
of sowlng he gathered a fiue and well do-
Enqinkkr Fdllkr of Boaton naa linlslied a
survey to determine thepractlcability of a dam
acrosa the Connecticut rlver ODDOsite Brattle
boro, a scheme whlch is prolected by moneyed
men of tbe town, wlth a vlew of provldlng a
water-power formanufacturingpurposea. The
cxpenco of a dam and canal ia reckoned at
about S1G0.000. Thls aum, lt is thought conld
eagllv be obtalned in Brattleboro, With tbis
accompliBhed It ia gaid that varloug manufac-
tnnng esiaDiisnmenig are posuiveiy assurea.
D. P. Ckllkv, who runs a trip hammer In
the gcale shops in St. JohnBbury met with
qulte anaccldenton Wednesday last; thetonga
wlth whlch he waa holdlng a large plvot,
broke, and the red-hot plvot fiew and struck
him In the faoe. from the chla to tho noso. Mr.
Celley was qulte bewlldered by the blow, but
fortunately happened to Btop the hammer
wlthout further injnry to hlmBell. He has
run a trlD-hammer there for about twenty
yeara, and thls ia the first, Injury he haa ever
Tiik credltora of Jones, Lameon & Co., of
Windsor, In insolvency, held a meetlng beforo
Judge W. II. Walker, Wednesday. Hon. J. C.
Parker of Quechee waa elected asslgnee. C.
M. Blalrdell of Chlcoree. Masa.. and J. C.
Holmea of Sprlngfleld, Vt., were appolnted to
lnvestigate tne amouni oi property, etc, and
report. A statement was presented by Jonea,
Lamsnn & Co., whlch showcd an indebtedness
of S49T.280.G3, of whlch $100,000 ls aecured,
and nnminal aeseta of 513,498.51 appralsed at
In the oifico at Proctorsville a few dayg ago
there came a communicatlon from Antwerp
lorwaraeo to a iriend as loiiowa: "A D a 1 1,
83.C0." Of course outsldera knew not what it
mrant, but on lnqulry of tho perBon to whom
it waa addressed the lnformatlon was eivan
that f rlenda left New York by the last gteamer
for a vlslt to Gormany and Europe generally,
and acypher rilspatch wa agreed on gothat on
thelr arrival a mesBnge should be sent back to
the frlends. The flve letters, above uamed,
told tbat the steamsblp pasBengerg had Inst ar-
ilved aafely on the foreign shore, and tbat lt
C0Bt WJ to lniorm irienda ol tnat lact.
Tiib camp-tneetlng at Sprlng Grove, New
Ilaven, opened lant Tuesday and wlll contlnue
tlll to-morrow, Tbe proapect ls of a large at-
tendance and an lnteresting gatnering. l're
slding Elder Noe devotod the afternoon of
Tnpudnv. AuoruHt 28. to temoerance. Mrn. .1.
K. Uarnfy, of Provldence, It. I., auperlnteudent
01 tne "oepanmenc oi prison una ja.ii worK
for the Natlonal Woman'u Cbrlstlan Temoer-
aoce Unlon, gave one of ber popular and
cleaslnir temnerance addresses at that time.
Those who have heard Mra. Barney anpreclato
the gweetneBS and gtrength of her Chrlstlan
cbaracter, wblch fit her rarely for tbe work In
Tiib woolen mlll at Camhrldgeport, elght
mlles from Bellows FalU, owned by ltobert llt
ton and leased to Hubly & Co, of Worcester,
MaBS,, waa burned Saturday nlght, wlth tho
adlacent buildlngs and thlrtv cords of wood.
Aa there waa no tlre-englne ln the vlllage, tbe
only hope waa to gave the hotel and other
butldlnga whlch were In great danger. Tho
hotol caught several tlmes. but by nioana of
hand-pumps It waa saved wlth gllght damage.
The mlll machlnery was all destroyed and four
wartis of cloth, The leagoea wlll loae only
83.000: unlnsurpd, The losa on tho mlll ls
about S 10,000. It la reported that the mlll wag
insured gome throe weeka ago. There were
twenty hands employed, althoughthe mlll waa
not runnlng a f ull get.
Tiib comnilttee appolnted at the last annual
town ineotlng at Hutland to locate and bulld
Hutland'g memorlal hall, conslatlng of General
E. II. Ulpley, Ex-Govornor It. Proctor, Judgo
W. O. Venzey, Rev. Charles Boylan and W. II.
Woodwaid have beon conslderinK the matter
of locatlon alnce thelr appointment and are
about as undeclded aa ever. The Indlvtdual
mombors of tho commltten favor dlff erent sltea.
Several sltoa havo been otTored to be glven for
thla purposo but tho commltten do not favor
any of the " freo " sltes. To purcnaso a
uar off ered aa an ezplanatlon and apology that
his wlfo waa ln poor health and ho waa so
pressed for tlmo that bo could not wrlto, If he
had told them ln advanco that tbe aermona
were not hia own, he gaya, he fearod lt would
create dlggatlsfactlon. Hls reslgnatlon wag
It la reported that cholera has broken out In
Tiib cholera la decroaslnz In the Egyptlan
Tiib strlke of tbe weavera of Aahton-under
Lyne, England, ls extendtng,
Tiib Khodlve of I'cvDt haa orderod electlons
to be held for deimtles next month.
TiiKiiKworol29deatha from cholera ln ur
per Egypt and 38 In lower Egypt on Saturday.
A (Iknkhal rlstni! of Gh lzala agalnat the
Ameer of Afghanlgtan haa occurred. tho lnaur-
Bultable lot In a pultahlo locatlon rpaulrea ,.i..i...j..h,.i..i mi,(,i Aim
town. Tho coramlttee. howevor. have bo far
agreod ns to recommcnd tho purchaso of tho
liurt lot ol auout one-nau an acre cornor oi
Grove and West streeta for 812.000. provlded
cltlzens wlll subscrlbo S7,000 go as to make the
not cost of tho lot 80,000. Somethlng over
one-half of the 87,000 haa been gubscribed,
uurt, tbe owner of tne lot, ollorlng to glvo
81,000 by calllng tho lot 811,000. General
Baxter offers 81,000, J. C. Dunn 8B00, W. C.
Landon 8000, George E. Royce $300, and oth
erg varylog gums.
RnroRTg from dlfferent localltles ghow that
the Oblo trult crop ls n fallure.
Malaiua has apoeared at several of the New
Hampshlro beaches, and many people are 111.
Scahgkly a dav naasos that straneers do not
place llowcrs on thograve of Abraham Lincoln.
Tiik water sunulv In New Encland decreases
rapldly, and ln gome cases a water fanilne ls
Tiik renort that the Postal telegraph ia to
consolldato wlth the Rapld and tho Bankers' ls
At Madlson. Ind., the Immense wheat elova-
tor oi Trow As uo. , wlth neariy ou.uuu busneia
oi wueat, ia Durnea; losa 6i,ww
Tiik steamer Mald of the Mlat ls neariy com
pleted, and wlll be sent through the whlrlpool
rapids on Ibursday, beptember u, aa an exporl
Tiib nork-backera of Chlcazo have arraneed
for a thoroueh insDectlon of all hogs slaugh-
tered there, to gilence European coraplaints
auout luiectod porlc.
Tiik American Rapld employes have been
notlfied that they wlll hereafter recelve the
wages pald before the strlko and be requlred to
worK tue aame numuer oi uours.
Tiib trial of Frank James is exoected to end
in an acauittal or a dlsacreement of tho lury.
The government wltnessC'i contlnue to recelve
tbreats Irom tbe " bero g frlends.
Botii ends of the Northern Pactfic rallroad
were connected the 231. thlrty mlles west of
Mullan tuunel. A golden eplke wlll be get on
tue Btu oi beptember, by 1'residont viuard.
Os the twenty-firBt, a cloud-burst dld great
damage at stoneram a l'aas, Arizona. nie
machlnervol tbe bwaliu mlnlue comoanv was
washed away, and a number of Moxicans were
Judgk BLATcnroiiD. ln the United Statcs
court, has denied the motlon for an lniunction
to compel the Provldence tool company to ful-
till lts contract to lurnlsb 43.UDU rllles ciaimed
by the Sultau of Turkey.
IliLAiuo Balsau. a French Bwlmmer. has
arrlved from France wlth the exnressed inten
tton of gwlmmlne: tho Niaeara wliirloool rapldt.
He aayg he does it to wln a wager of 810,000
ouered by uount Lagrange.
Recentlv the tolenhone operator in Augusta.
Me., conversed over the wires wlth the opera
tor in lioston. Aituougu tne distance ls ia
miles. vet the sound of the voicu could bo dts-
tlnctly heard and convorsation was carrled on
Tiik npplo crop of Kansaa la go large this sea
gon that it ls expected to yleld more bushels
tnan over beiore, oeBpitetueuestrnction caused
bv wind and hall storms. On a sincle twie.
about nine inchea long, recently nineteen ap-
pies were counteo.
A man employed in paintlng the gnlre of the
Roman Catbollc Cathedral ln Omaha. Neb..
cllmbed to tbe top of the cross, 210 feet above
tne eround. on luesaav. and waa DbotozraDbed
whlle standlng there, in the presence of a large
and admirlng crowd.
Tni: recelpta under the Scott law ln Cleve
land, Ohlo, are gald to be so large that the gen
eral tax levy wlll probably be reduced; and
the revenues of the gtate of Mlsgourl have
been Increased to the amount of 81,000,000 by
me nign ucense act.
Six thonsand persons assembled ln the am-
puitneatre at Ubautauqua last trlday to bear
the slnging of federal and confederate war
songs and addresses by Judge Tourgee and
itey, ur AtttcKa r. uaygood oi ueorgia. Bev-
eral old confederates partlclpated.
Duelikq ls declining ln the South, tbonsb
"affairs of honor" are not uncommon. In
Louisiana, Virglnla, Misslsslppl and Alabama
tho code ls stlll resorted to. Uuels in Georgia
are now rare, and ln South Carollna there has
not been a duel since the passage of the antl-
duenng law ol lsau.
A man lives a few miles above Athens. Geor
gia, who eats ln one county. sleena ln another,
smokes when elttlng upon his plazzi lna thlrd.
and haa bullt hia barn ln a fourth. II o Uves
where four counties corner. When people
speak of " tho maddest man in four counties,"
tney prooabiy mean uim.
A i'Autv from Berkshire, Masa., who had a
case ln tbe dUtrict court recently. took a novel
way ol conveylng tbe resultol the trlal to tbelr
iriends. mey orougnt down a carrter pigeon,
and as goon aa the caBe was declded thev at-
tacbed to the pigeon a plece of paper contain
ing the result, and the blrd carrled lt home in
a lew minutes.
Tue unseagonable cold of Tbursdav prompts
the Wilmington (Del.) Xeios of the followlDg
day to remark: " A good ilre in the open grate
or the furnaco waa about aa comfortable a thlng
as there waa ln Wilmington yesterday. The
oate waa auk. iu. a morougn warming oi tue
whole house durlng a cold, wet apell ia cheaper
man oociora ouis.-
At Fort Yates. D. T.. when the aenatorlal
commlttee conferred wlth the Sloux, Logan
was lntroduced as tbe comlng presldent. blt
tlng Bull and other Sloux then docllned to talk
with the commlttea. axsartlnc that It was too
conv!val. Slttiug Bull was glven the alterna-
iive oi apoiogizing or going 10 iuo guaranouse.
He apologized and Logan gave him a eevere
President Artiicu Is travollng ln a resilon
little known to an outslde world but lnteresting
ln remlnlecences of Indlan warfare, mlnlngad
ventures and outlaw enlsodea. Near South
l'ass ls a graveyard wuose inscriptions teu tue
early blstory of the country. '' Kllled in a
row Angust vi. "onot uy jftno omitn juiy
10, " Hung by Vlgllantes June 10," "She
took polson and dlod," aro gome guggestlve
Six thousand people watched the Polnt of
Plnes regatta Friday, There were tweive con
testanta in the professional roce. Wallace Ross
won. Hanlan was referee. Hosmer, Rosa,
Lee, Rlley, Plalsted, Elllot, Casey, Argey, Mc-
riay, uaiaei, reemer and leniiycK gtartea.
Robh finlshed firnt in 21:21. with Teemer second.
TenEyck, Hosmer and McKay followlng, tbe
otiiers straggung. tiaman gays ne is not going
to row ln any more regattas this geason.
In the sult of Thomas Marvln againtt the
Western Unlon telegraph company for 8200
penulty for tbe rejusal on the part of the com
piny to accept two of plaintlff 'g messages durlng
the Btrlke wlthout tho stlpulatlon " subject to
delay," Justice Angell has rendered hia decls
lon ln favor of tho plaintlff, He held, however,
tuat tbe relusal ol tbe two diapatcuea waa one
act, and gave judgment for 8100 wltb costs.
In a publlshed card Mr. D. L. Moody denles
the Btory that he and Mr. Sankey are no longer
able to work ln harmony, and declares that lf
thelr llves are gpared tbey wlll contlnue to
gother ln the labor they both lovo and eu
joy. The recently revamped tale about Mr.
iiankey'g uslog hfs poBltlon as an evangelist in
the interest of a reed-organ company is nlso
branded as false, Mr. Moody declarlng posl
ttvely tbat durlng the ten years of tbelr asso
clatlon Mr, Sankey has not acted as agent for
any organ company, nor has he sold any organs
Tiib Rev. J. B. Bonar of the Congregatlonal
church in New Mllford, Conn., rnslgned on
Sunday, Mr. Bonar haa been preaching, It ls
gald, very powerf nl and scholarly sermons, but
it haa been ascertalned that they were not hls
own, but selected entlrely from prlntod books
of germong. Mr. Mygatt, gon of the bank or
aminer, discovered tbe plaglarlsm, and on Sun
day, the 13th, he brougut tbe prlnted book and
followed the preacher word for word, Mr, Bo-
Itv the fall of a scaffold at the Klne of
Bavarla'a new palace at Lake Chlen, twenty
throe woikmon have been kllled and soventeen
Quken ViOTOitlA haa askod Tennyaon to
write a poem on John Brown, her deceascd
tcrvant, nnd Sir Wllllam Ltlgbton to palnt hls
BltlOANns have captured the governor nnd
several counclllnra of Florian. near Salonlca.
They demand 20,000 for the ransom of tho
Tiib Britlah parliamont waa proroguod on
Saturday. Tho house of lords, at the last
moment of lts gesslon, agreed to tho agrlcul-
tural boldlngg blll.
It Is renorted that the Count de Chambord's
wlll contalna nothlng in referenco to hia pollti
cal wlsbes. Tbe funeral wlll not take place
untll tbe 3d proxlmo.
Tiik steamer Woodburn came Into collislon
wlth the French steamer St. Germaln off Eddy
gtone llght, ln the Brltlsh Channel Monday,
and lmmedlately aunk, Elghteen of her crew
A htatuk of Lafavetto wlll be unvelled at
Lobuy, capltal of the department of Haute
Lolro, on Soptember 0. M. Waldeck Itous
geau, mlnister of the lnterior, General Thlbau
dtn, mlnlstor of war, and Mr. Morton, the
American mlnister, wlll be prosent at tbe
Tiik Irlsh blshop who wlll probably go to
Amerlca to ralse monov to supplement the
800,000 get apart by tho Irlsh tramwaya blll
romalns of tho housea ghow the terribly do
gtructlve forco of the wlndg. Aa goon aa the
cyclone had passed nnd the people in tho more
favored portlon of the clty began to learn of
the damage they went nt once to the lowor
town to render what assistance they conld.
The dead and wounded taken from tho debrls
were conyeved to Buck'g hotel, the Wlnona
house and Dr. Layor'solllce and to prlvate rea
donces. All knew that the destructlon had
been fearfnl, but no idea of lts oxtent could bo
obtalned untll next mornlng, when Ita horrora
were appalllng to behold. Irom the appear
nnce nf the ground lt Beemed aa though a ter
rlflc flood bad ewept ovor thls gectlon. In
many places where there had been resldences
scarcely a board la left on the promtses. Tho
grass la fllled wlth dlrt and gand ns if a muddy
atftnm bad poured through lt. Detallg from
the gurrouudlng dlttrlct gliow that the tornado
gwnpt over n terrltory glxty mlles ln longth
nnd about two mlles wlde, leavlng ln ita patk
nothlng bnl rulna. To form an Idea of the losa
one has only to cstlmate tbe value of all lm
nrovementa that had been made ln tbe sectlon
vlslted, nnd whlch are all gono. The damage
done at Rochester la estlmated nt 8400,000, nnd
to the crops In that vicinlty S30U.WW. Twenty
slx peraons were kllled and filty wounded.
Marla E. Jonea.
In Ilrftndon. AnffQRt 10. Jotipnh rAhAnnw nA V.mm&
Oitljur of Leicester.
In Hmndon. Aoeiint 19, Oeorge LimounUin and Ere
llne Matot ot Leicester.
In Lllrltnw. Atlffilt 2fl. F.ll A. MnrrhAnt nA PharlM,
llorwell, lioth of Ludlow.
In Morrisville. Auinal lt. Iir ltev. V. A. tinaliM. v.l.
ward llrlgham and Mary K. Laroway, tiotli of MorhsTllle.
"Ou, my back!" lsa common exclamatlon
nnd exorossea n world of mlsery and Bufferlnc.
It is slngular thls paln arlses from such varlous
causea. Kldney dlsease, llvor complaint, wast-
lng aliectlons, coids, rneumatism, ayspepsia,
overwork, and nervous deblllty aro cblef
rausea. When thus alllne seek prompt rellef.
Itcanbe found best ln Brown's Iron Bltters.
lt bullda up from the fouudatlnn by making
tho blood rich and pure. Leadlng physlclans
and mlnlsters use and recommend lt. It haa
cured many and if you are a gufferertry it.
Rev. W. B. Smitii Grafton. Mass.. savs:
have derlved beaefit from using Brown's Iron
Tltf am tn a Iniir cfafa nt XnnA1 '
Mn. Samukl II. 1'ouuKit, gheriff of Washlng.
ton countv. Tenn.. eava: " Brown's Iron Blt
ters entlrely cured me of dyspepsla of three
year g gtanoing,"
A firm In New York aells four-leaf clovers
at 85 each and has a good trade ln them.
Washington, D. C, May 15th, 1880. Gen
Ucmenlliwiue been a gufferer for a long time
from nervous prostratlon and general deblllty.
I was advlsed to try llop Bltters. I have taken
one bottle, and I bave been rapldly gettlng
better ever glnce, and l tblnlt lt tbe best med-
for mlgratlon purposes tn Ireland la the Most Icine I ever used, I am now gainlng gtrength
Rev. FrancH J. UcUormack, blsbop ol the dlo-1 and appetlte, whlcb was all gone, and l was ln
cese of Aclionry Two cnmpanies have been
lormeu to organize a mlgratlon pian.
Reaii-Au.mirai. Galider. tbe Buccessor of
Admlral Pierro in tho command of the French
fieet ln Madagascan waters, Insists upon a
French jirotectorate over north west Madagas-
car, the ab ilitlon ot the law relattng to tenure
of land by Europoans, and tho payment to the
Fronch of lOO.OOOf. Indemnity. The latter
demand may be walved, however, lf the oth-
ers nre compued wltb.
Hon. Wii-uam Winpom, ex-secretary of the
treasttry of the United States, waa ontertalnej
at a banquet ln Landon recently. Among the
centlemen nresent were Messrs. Courtnev.
Reed, l'uleston and Lewlt, members ol parlla-
tuent, united states senator tiawiey ot uon
nectlcut, Congressman Reed of Malne, Mr. J.
M. I'rancls. United btates mlnister to rortu-
2'U, Mr. Wllllam J. Hoppin, secretary of the
United btates legatton at J.oudon, and ueneral
E. A. Merritt, United States consul-gencral at
There have been several battlea in Tonnuin
between the Freuch and tho Anamites. Haldu-
ong. Tonauln. has been taken by the former.
wlth one hundred and fifty cannons and SS0,-
uuu ln casu. Tbe rrencu piau was to sttike
several placea glinultaneously, and tbree gepa
rate columng of fivo hundred men each marchcd
for this purpoBe. Only llalduong wag taken.
It ia reported that the Anameae loss waa 300
Kiiied aud i,wu wounaeo. in consequence oi
tue frencu reconnoissance tuey nave aban
doned thelr pogltions and f allen back to Sontay.
The French forces have bombarded and cap
tured tne lorts at tue moutn oi tne nue river.
Tue London Titncs' St. Petersburg correspon'
dent Bays an American Jow, after a four
dayg stay, was recently expelled from St.
reiersDurg, in accoroance witn tne law lor
bldding Jews to Uve in the clty. Had he ac
cepted the offer of the American consul to ap
ply to the prefect for permlsslon as a favor, to
nnisn nis nusiness. ne miznt nave oroiomzed
hls atay. It ls not uullkely that the RusBlan
ofllclals have been over gtrlct ln cases llke the
above in view of tbe repeated protests by the
Brltlsh nnd American governments in regard
to tbe treatment of the Jews. As the Jowisb
difllculty is more of an economlcal than a re
liglous ono, there ls little prospect of the ro-
movai oi tne prouimtion againgt Jews llving ln
St. Petersburg and Moscow. Tbe thousands
of Jews who dollvein both placei eitber be-
loog to the privlleged class or sklllfully evade
compuance witn tne law,
Tiib Count de Chambord dled at Frohsdorf.
Austrla, tbe 24th Instant, azed slxtv-three
years. The count was the helr to the throne
of France, of the elder branch of the old Bour-
bon dynasty. While ln 1850 bls followers were
assembled to form a plan to place him on the
throne, Louis Napoleon deftly geized it before
their eyes. Louis Pbilllppe 'd Orleans, Count
de i'aris, grandson ol Louis Pbilllppe, wbo was
the great-gratt-grnndson of Louis XIV., ls now
tltulary Louis XIX., Klng of France. He Is
forty-five years old, gerved on General Mc
Clellan's staff. and is now writinc a hlstory of
the " War ln Amerlca." He marrled in 18G1
the daughter of the Duke of Montpelier, ls
wealthy and has several children. There ia
now but one legltlmate claimant to the French
throne, and he llves comfortably at Parls, whlle
tne repubiic grows and uonrisnes witn ap-
parentlndluerencetotbeso gentlemen ln wbose
velns run twenty generatlons of royal blood,
wno can never lorgei tbat
" Not all the water In the rough rnde eea
Can wafib the balm from an anolnted klns."
An olllclal communicatlon from Haytl an
nounces tbat the ports ot Jacmel. Jeremle and
Mlragoane, the three belng tn rebelllon, have
been closed to foreign commerce. A proclama
tion has been Issued by Presldent Saloman an
nounclng that the insurgents ln Jacmel in cold
blood murdered fourteen polltlcal prlsoners,
civii and miutary. Aiter being ueieated by
thb government troopa In a battle on the 30th
instant, the insurgents retreated to the clty,
ano ueioro tne government troops arrivea ns
Bassmated the most infinentlal government
odlclals because on July 23 theso otHclals had
refused to betrav the eovernment and 1oln the
rebelllon. Presldent Saloman is aroused agalnst
tho rebels, and the war wlll be made botter
than ever. It ls the opinlon of tbe most Intelll-
gent llaytlens ln .Now york tbat tbe rebels can
not gucceed, and will ghortly cive over the flgbt.
Tho crlmo at Jacmel has exclted those wbo
were heretofore neutral or impassive lnto ac
tive opposltlon to the rebelllon. An uprlslng
took place on Julv 25 at Fort Llberte. Tbe In
surgents were few in number and were put to
llight. A gevere battle was tought before Jac
mel on August 3. Hundreds of men were
kllled. Tbe lnsurgontg clatm that the battle
resulted in a great victory for tbelr forces
despalr untll I trled your blttors. I am now
well, able to go about and do my own work.
Before taklng lt, I was completely prostrated,
Mrs. Mary Stuart.
" Rouou on Rats." Clears out rats. mlce,
flles, roaches, bed-bugs, ants, vermln, chlp-
" I had a horse bopelossly lame wlth rimi-
bone," says S. F. Robinson, 150 Blackstono
Btreet, Waltham, Mass., " Ellls g Spavin Cure
bas cured blm.
BhownI Hnw's your health? Better slnco
I began using N. K. Brown's Iron and Qulnlne
liitters. sold by u. ltiakeiey, Montpelier, vt,
"Motiikr Swan'sWoiui Svrto" for feverlsh.
ness, restlessness, worms, constlpatlon, taste.
Ladies should weir a JIop Plaster over tho
gmall of tbe back, as lt cures all pains and
aches. rwenty-bve cents at any drug store,
All reauy to appiy.
Dr. Benson'b Skln Cure conglsts of internal
and external treatment at game time and lt
makes the skln white, soft and gmooth.
contalna no polaonous drugg. One dollar at
How to read vour doctor'g prescriptionB,
Send two tbree-cent stamps to pay postage and
recelve ur. Kaulinaun s great treatise on dls
easesiillUBtrated In colorsj it glves their slgu
and anbrevlattons. Address A. l Urdway
Co., Boston, Mass.
Wells' " Rouou on Corns." 15c. Ask for it.
Complete, permanent cure. Corns, wartg, buu
Donot wastevour monevand rlak Iniurlng
your halr by purchaslng useiess wasnes or ous,
but buy sometuing tuat uaa a recora a rem
edv that evervbodv knowa ls reliable. Hall'
Ilalr Renewer wlll Invleorate. strencthen. and
beautify the halr, restore its color, If faded or
turned gray, ana renoet it goit, snuen ana
noop's Sarsavarilla is designed to meet
the wants of those who need a medicine tobuild
them up. elve them an appetite, purify thei
blood. and oll up the machlnery of thelr bodles,
Ko otber artlcie takes hold oi tbe gystem ana
hits exactlv tbe gpot llke llood b barsaparllLa.
It works llke magic. reachlng every part of
the human body through the blood, glvlng to
all renewed Ufe and energy. One dollar a bot-
tio; gix lor
In Hcnion, Atmntt 19, John O'Sliea, 16.
In llarre, Ang. 21, lllram II. Averill. 69.
In Norwich, August 16, Georgia Ilrookt, 8.
In Walden. Angnst 20, llarnejr JlcClarj, 22.
In Hutland, Anguit 20, Hlram Wlckham, 81.
In Rutland, August 19, Poarl Kva Webster, 2,
In Saxtons Itlver, Julr 22, Benjimln Frost, 79.
In Brandon, August 19, Mrs. Ambrose Ladam.
In Sprlngfleld, Augnst 19, Danlel Donavon, 29,
In Norwich, August 21, Mr. Bophla Wrlght, 86.
In PatrtUYen, August 18, M. Augusta Ualdwln.
In PltUfleld, August 15, Mrs. Calvln Carroll, 30.
In BprlngQeld, Angust 19, Medora L. Dllnon, 37.
In Ilrntdeboro, August 20, Charles C. Tolman, 40.
In Bellows Falls, August 19, Joseph D'Rossler, 21 .
In Ludlow, August 22, Mrs. Nancr M. Chllson, M.
In Brattleboro, August 22, Mrs. Barah S. l'ratt, M.
In Vlndsor, August 21, Florence Itarrls, 6 months.
In Brookfield. August 18, Capt. Wm. Walbrldge, 81.
In Chester, August 22, Mrs. Nancy II. Hutchlnson, 70.
In Bennington, August 19, John M. Scrlven, 8 months,
In Wilmington, August 16, Mabel S. llubbard, lSmos.
In Brattleboro, August 21, Mrs. Fanny K. Dwlnnell,70,
In Brattleboro, AugtistlS, Parker S.Adams, 10 months.
ln Bt. JnhnshurT Centir. AittrTint 9ft. Xf ra. v.lna Ran.
In Middlesex. Altmilt IS. T.nnrptlA ltffhftrHann. Hfa nt
.... ' '
ln South Itnrllnrtnn. Aticruit
lngton) Brownell, tfl.
Mrs. Mary M. (By.
In Chelsea. Allff. M. nf rlvtpntArv. aAa nnlv.lilMnf
M. C. and Hattlo Allen, 4 years and 6 monttia.
ln Chelsea. Aua. 21. nf dlahetes. Ari& M.. vntinvpAt.
daughter of Alvah and Betsey Carpenter, 9 yrs. 8 tnos.
Central Vermont Eailroad.
CommencinK Aug. 20, 1883,
Trnlnt aotny South ! J.oiice Montpelier
ai fottowa t
o m MAII,, from Ht. Albans and IlnrUngton
,J1 a, III, fur Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Wor-
cwwr, i.owpii, riLcnimig, jtoston, apriag
field, New London and New York,
IIRIla m LIMITKI) KXritEHM.fromMontreal, Og
I I.JU a, III, .lensburg and the West, for Boston, vla
lowell, and New York via Sprlngfleld and
11.50 a, m. M,XEI)forKottiini1,
7 1 II ITI M1XEI), from St. Alhana, Kntland and
I.0J l. III, BurUngton for Northfield.
12.10 3 m NICH1T EXI'RWS, from Montreal, Og
il.iu a, iii, dHisburg ttnd tho West for Bolton rla
lowell and Fltchhurg, Hprlugfleld, New
london and New York, and all polnU ln
New Kngland. Slcewlng Card to Sprlng
fleld and Boston vla Lowell.
Train$ Ooina North and Weitt
420 a, III $'"J BXPKKSS. from Boston and New
t.tU a, III, york for Montreal, Ogdensburg and tbe
West. Bleeplng Car toTUontreal,
U.LJ a, III, HurUngton, Rutland and 8t. Johns.
Q a m LOCAL EXPRF.SS. from White niver
s.fj a, III, Junctlon for Burlington, St.Albani. Rich
ford and Konsea I'olnt.
m DAY EXrilF.SS, for Burlington, St. Al
"I, bans, Montreal, Ogdensburg and tbe West,
fi Rfl n m ciiicaoo Exrituss,
VIUU p, IMl
Tralna lenve for Jtarro at 7.00 a. ra 10,49 a,
m. and 4.50 p. m.
Throngh tlckets to Chlcago and all polnts West for
sale at the prlnctpal statlons.
J. W. IIOBART, Oeneral Superlntendent.
S. W. CUMMINO.H, Oeneral l'aiwenger Agent.
WATERRITnY. ThA lmttAP tnnrVat uraa tha mnmt
iiTeiy ror some werks. Nummer dalry lols brought 20o
llb. Shlpments, alwut 800 tnhs.
BRISTOL. The hlltlpr msrket a aMI va. Fair tn
good sold at l'6?17o, uood to chnlco t 176219c and selec
linniiV 2lS V Km snM l J(ln " l07.n, poutoea at
ujw f i uu-uri, mm iivb pounry m wniC &i nouna.
3IOtTI KLIKR ThHdpTTl4nH fnrnnnn K.,ttaU anm&.
What flrmer. but a noor nnslltvr,an harHTv ha anld Rt
any prlce. Bnt little was taken In Sstnrdsy, as It Is be
lng held fnr hlsbir markel. I'rlcea. 156180. wlth selec
Honsat20cVR)i eggs,20o tfdoi.; poutoes, 40o ft bush.
kiuiimdm). The farmers havlng rlnlheit haylng
and harvestlng were ln town In force Saturday. About
a car-toad nf bnttr vs bronshtln forshlpment. I'rtces
KIPl' Rt20ilo3 Ibj cheese, aame aa last wfek. 71Ko
31 Ib belng aint the regnlar prlca: eirg. lscldozen:
potatoea, 2530o V bushel 1 hogs, 4 K5o V Ib.
o.S0,J.T'"''IEr'n--sht"1"''' frwck endlng August
25th! h mn hogs. 44 calvea. 116 aheen aml lamhs. II
caltle, 1,380 pnnnds nf noultrv. 170 dozen nf eees. 50
DOtlndS Ot faSlllAra. nnMltlnm. tln. tl7kkfn Vt .
caly'S, V! t lb abeenan.l i.mb. tQc Jt; ctti',
u, i.-.i. mttn mi inrKPTs, iipBijc f ;d:
chlckena. 12l:loMrh! enirs. Ho iimm! hi fealhera.
iM,C?Rrb: tlirkPV fethars. 9 fh. ttirU.v faathara.
tail and wlng, WX) Frans hnught a few packaeea of
bntter. pnlng 1520o Kl Ib. l'oultry Is plenty and dull.
nio iu u"maua.
Boston Trodnco Market.
MF.AL. F.Tfl Cornmnal uua l 5 w l,prpl
flour at S3 75(4 t barrpl. and oat mnal nt .vnn?..V"4 fnr
ground, and 6.Wi6.75 barrel for cut.
F.Ofm. The demand Is ffrtnd fnr fraah potn. Yn nnnta
fresh F.astern at 2324c, Northern .at 21CJ'Hn, and Vcat
ern at20J21c Ifl doren. The msrket closes flrm.
CIIKKSE The mA'Vet haa rpmalnpd dntl. and nrliM
are wlthout change. ltwlnis are ampia fnr tha trade.
We nuoto gnmt to chnice Northern at SltfWfc, wlth heat
Western at 89c -j) r,, and the lower grades accordlng
BEANS. Wennotecholoahand-pl',ked Pea beans at
15.30, cholce smail hand-plcked Pea hns at S2..V2.60.
cholce screenwl I'ea leans at Jl.90f2 25. hand-nfckM
MMIum at tl 2502 39,elinlw aciwned Medlnm at $2.10
2.15, common beanaat $l.i2.10, choloe ImprovM Yel
low F.Y at J1753B0. old-fashlonwl Yetlnw F.ves at
$.1.5la3 61, and Red Kldneys nomlnal at 13.50 03.75 Tfl
COUltT Of TNSOI.VKNOV.
STATE OF VERMONT, Distrlctof Washington, M.
ln the matttroaaonaE JACODS, Iniohtnt DtUor.
Take notlce tlial the second and thlrd meetlngs of the
credltors of (leorge JacoIs of Montpelier, In sald Dls
trlct, lnsolveut debtor, are attpolnul by tbe Judge of
aatd Court to be held at a Court of Insolvency at the
Probala Offlce ln Montpelier, ln the aforesald tllstrlct,
on tlie 3d day of September, A. I). 1B83, at ten o'clock In
theforenoon,at whlch time and plaos sald debtor wlll
beallowedto amend and correct hls scbedule of cred
ltors, and verlfy the sanie br oath; anrl debta dua from.
sald debtor at tbe time of ndjndlcatlon may be allowed
agalnst hls estate; and theasslgneeof salddebtor'sestato
wlll aubmlt hls account, tbe same haytng been flledln
sald Court, and applyfora aetHement ot the same and
for a dlscharge from all Uattlllty as such asslgnee to any
of sald crudltors, that a dlvldend mar Im ordered and a
certlfleate of dlscharge granted to sald debtor, agreeably
hi wtvioii" loia an'" 15I ui ine neviwoi l,wi,ui vermont,
and any proner objectlons to any buelness at sald meet
Ines wlll beln order.
Ilated at Montpelier, thls 22d dar of Amrnst. A.D. 15S3.
11 A.C. AVERILL, lteglster.
BUTTER.-Very cholco fresh goods are flrm and ln I y"nJ2?Hi
llght supplv. and recelpts are rea'illv placed atfnllqno- I0nnf?a
tatlons. Northern creamery Is ln llght stock. and some I lui-
AKA1I O. KTNO'S KSTATK.
STATE OF VERMON T, wasnington Dlstrlct, ss.
In rrobate Cnnrt held at Montpelier, ln and for sald
Dlstrlct, on tha 25th day of August. A. D. 113 1
An lnstrument purnortlng to tbe last Wlll and Tes
tament of Sarab G. Klng, late of Cabot, ln aatd Dlstrlct,
deceased, belng presented to the Court by True W. Rand,
the Ex'citor named tbereln, for I'robate: lt Is ordered
by sald Court, that all persons concerned tbereln be
notlfied to appear at a aesslon of sld Court to be
held at the l'robatn Offlce ln Montpelier, on the 15th day
of September, A. D. 1833, and show cause, lf any they
may have, agalnst the I'robate of sald wlll i for whlch
purpoae lt ls furUier ordered. that nntlce of thls order be
publlshed three weeks successlvely ln the Vermont
Watchman ,t Stste Journal, prlnted at Montpelier, pre
vlous to sald time appolnted for liearlng.
By the Conrt. Attt.
11-13 A. C. AVERILL, Reglster.
MAKY PAKK linitllAHB'S KSTATK.
STATE OF VERMON T, Washington DUtrict, ss.
In I'robate Conrt, held at Montpelier, ln and for sald
DUtrict, on the 17th day of Augift, A. I). 18S3I
An lnstrument purrortlngto be thalast Wlll andTeata
mentof Mary l'aik llubbard, late of Mlddles'x. ln sald
Dlstrlct. deceased, belng preaented to the Court for Pro
hate: Itls ordered by sald Comt, that all persons con
cerned thereln be notlfied to appear at a sesslon of sald
Court to be held at the I'robate Ofllce, ln Montpelier, on
the 7th day ot September, A. I). 18X3, and show cause. lf
any tbey mav have. agalnst the probate of satd wlll!
for whlch purposo lt is further ordered. that notlce ot
thls order i publlshed tbreo weeka succesnlvely ln the
Vermont Watchman & State Journal, a newspaper
prlnted at Montpelier, prenoua to sain time appointea
7 the Conrt AttMt.
A. C. AVERILL, Keglster.
of the most fancv fa aold aa hlch aa 2Sn In a small wav.
Wo qnote chol'-ft fresh-made Western creamarv at 22
23c. i;ood to chnlce freab-made Western creamerv at
2l2'2c.ladle-packedat 1215c. flrtogoodat 11B13C
fresh Northarn cresmerlea at 2324c. fresh New York
dalry at 20J21c. freah Vermont dalry a 1 2nt2l", Franklin
county at 2122c, and fair to good at 15l8c Ht pound.
Llro Stock Market.
The followlng ls a telegranhlo report of the Uve stock
market at Watertown and Brighton for the weok endlng
Tuesday, August 28, 1883:
Cattlt. Shttp. Hogs. Calvei.
At market thla week s.nM 9 610 in,75 462
" ' last week 2R57 15.3(13 11.751 491
" " one year ago.... 3.3S0 13.488 1 4.883 549
PR1CF.S Eitra fat and havT premlnm oien. H.oo
8.75: flrst qnallty. Vn7 75i serond qualltv, $6.Wif8
6.75 s thlrd qualltv, t5.(Hl5.75 per 100 IM on total welght
of hlde. tallnw and dressed beef, A few cholce slngle
palrs. IICiO.IM) ft cwt. Bul's.etc.. 4 254.75. Worktng
men. HiKliaiV) ) palr. "teers, S74125. Mllch cows,
$2000038.00! eitra good, $1 004348.00. wlth or wlthout
calves, aa may be agreed; fnrro andordlnarv, $18,000
32.C0. stores, yearllnga, $12.00a!0.0fl! two-year-nlda,
$19.00014.00! three-var-old.25 00044 00. Sheen.2)i0
5C! extra. Va6oW rh-or ! 2506 00 W head. Lamhs.
fiUmnV tt. Fat hogs. 5;06nTl Ib. Shntea. retalt,
IllA A. MOBSK'S KSTATK.
The nnderslgned, havlng been appolnted by the Honor
able I'robate Court for the Dlstrlct ot Washington, Com
mlsalonerB, to recelve, examlne, and adjust all clatina and
demanda of all persons avatnst tbe estate of Ira A.
Morse, late of Calais tn. sald Dlstrlct. deceased, and all
clalms exhlbltM ln offset thereto, hereby glve notlce that
we wlll meet for the purposes af oreeal, at-tBOYesHenoa -of
the late Ira A. Morse; on the 3d day of Septe moer and
17th day of December next, from two o'clock untll four
o'clock. p. m.. each of sald days. and that six months
from the 23d day ot June, A. D. 1883, ls ihetlme llmlted
by sald Court for sald credltora to present thelr'clalmi to
us for examlnatton and allowance.
Ilated at calais, thls uth dav or August, a. u. 18S3.
I havis used EUIs'g Snavln Cure for thrvsh
and etocked legs," gays Geo. K. Hendesou, 2G8
Tremont Avenne. Cambridge, Masa. " It ls a
perect success." True.
FLiEg. roaches. ants. bed-buga. rats. mlce.
crowg, chlrjmunks, cleared out by " Kough on
1 The headache in mv case tcas one of lotw
standtng, but Dr. Benson' s Celery and Chamo-
tnile l'UU conquerea: U. r. Kemer, uerraan
mlnister of the gospel, Leulle, Ohlo. Flfty
cents at drugglgtg.
Auother Torrlblo Tornado.
At fortv-five minutes nast glz on Tueadav
evenlng, tbe 21st, at Rochester, Mlnn., the
goutbwegt lnterior oi tue beavens asauuiea a
greenigb tlnt wblcb changed to a oopper color,
then to bronze, It was noted that a declded
and dreadful lnvertod cone wlth a helght geem
ingly Immeasurableand a murklnegg appalllng.
wltb the gpeed of a cannon ball came down tbe
valley at Sllver Creek. When wltbln balf a
raile of tbe clty ita roar could be lieard fullv
3,000 feet In the alr. It roae, and ln its whlrling
mass were trees, gtones, animals and debrls ot
every concelvable descrlptlon. Tbe dome ot
tbe court bouee melted from vlew. Trees
were strlpped and twlsted and litted bodlly lnto
the alr wlth tons of eartb cllnglng to tho roots.
Fifteen minutes of thls and tho nionster had
departed. l)y elght o'clock the gtars cropped
out and there was caltn and gilence. gave as
broken wlth the groang of the wounded and
dylng. All nlght longcltizong from the out-
giue tonoti to renaer succor to tne aistreeged.
By gunrise those ot tbe wounded wbo had
frlends were takeu to prlvate bouses, but tbe
majoiity were taken to a large ball ln Ilroad
wav. The wounded were ln a horrlble nllirht.
generally cut and brutsed about the upper part
ot the body. aud chlldlsh facea were geen wlth
wounds so ghastly that even tbe physlclans
ghuddored os they used gponge and noedle. It
ls belleved thut tbo tornado formed about gix
miles south of Dodge Centor, a gmall town In
tho adiolning county, and traveled from tbe
goutbwegt in a northeast dlrectlon, passingnear
Kasson and through Rochester. Tbo portlon ot
the clty north ot tbe rallroad, called tbe " lower
town," guueroa tue most damage. Indeed,
there ls not a house tbere that is not lnjured,
and onlv about twenty are left standine. lt
ooks at a distance as though tbere bad never
boen a bulldlng gtandlug in that gectlon. The
How I Felt. Wby two years ago I wag
jU8t about crazy and no wonder that my wlfe
ana cnuaren were airaia ot me. xou ust want
to suffer with neuralgla wlth no reliet aa I dld
untll I used bulpuur Bltters. Tbey cured me
and now mv wife gavg I am aa raeek as a lamb.
ooerf Xat;8, American Ilouse, Boston.
Wuy Tiiby Call Him " Old Man."" Yes.
that'ggadly go," gald Jenklns, "my hairla tnrn-
lng gray ana laiung out ueiore its time. uso
gomething? I would, but most balr regtorera
are dangerous." "True," angwered hls frlend,
but Farker'g Halr Balsam is aa barmlesg as it
is eff ective. 1've trled lt, and know. Glve tbe
lialsam a ghow and tbe boyg wlll goon gtop
calllnrr vou ' Old Man Jenklns.' " It never
fails to restore the orlginal color to gray or
faded balr. Itlcbly perfumed, an elegant
A CLKitaYMAN. wbose llfo waa almnst a bnr-
den to him, from a lonz course of ttuCf erlng be
had undergono, through that dreadful dlsease,
catarrb, traveled tbrougb tbe i:ast, geesing
from the old and gkllled doctors of Arabla,
gome remedy for thls torrlblo dlsease. He
was tortunate enouirh to come across one. wbo
prescrlbed for him, and who, after he was
cured, gave him the reclpe, wblch bas glnce
gaved so many, The reverend dtvlne, on hls
deatb-bea. beoueatbpa tne recine toairienu.
wbo ls wllling to send lt free of charge, to all
snfferers wbo deslre lt. Address, J. Lawrenco,
25U scnermernorn st., urooKiyn, n. i.
Hay-Fkvkr. For twentv years I wag a guf
ferer from catarrh of tbe head and throat ln ti
very aggravated form, and durlng the nummer
months with bay-fever. I procured a bottle of
KIv'h Cream llilm aud after a few auplicatlons
received declded benetit was cured before the
bottlo was used. Have bad no return of tho
complaint. Charlotte Parker, Waverly, N. Y.
Onb and one-half bottles of Ely a Cream
Balm entlrely cured mo of bay-fever of ten
years' gtandlng Have bad no trace of lt for
two years. Aiueri a. i erry, oiuuuooro, jm. i.
Since boyhood I bave been troubled wlth
catarrh aud hay-f ever and bave been unableto
obtaln permanent rellot untll I used Ely'g
Creaut Balm, It bas cured me. E. L. Cllck
euer, New Brunswick, N. J. Prlce flfty cents.
Consumption Cuukd, An old phyglclan, re
tlred from practlce, havlng had placed ln hls
bands by an Eastlndla mlsslonary tbe forruula
of a slmple vegetable remedy for the gpeedy
and permanent cure ot Consumption, Bron
chltlg, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat and
Lung Affectlous, also a posltive and radlcal
oure for Nervous Deblllty and all Nervous
Complalnts, after havlng tested lts wondortul
curatlve powers In thousands of cases, bas felt
lt hls duty to make lt known to bia sudorlug
f ellowg, Actuated bv thls inotlve and a dealre
to relleve human gulTorlng, I wlll send free ot
charge, to all who deslre it, tbis recipe, ln Ger
man, Fronch or Engllsh, wlth full dlrectlons for
preparlngand using. Sent by mall by address
lng with gtamp, namlng this paper. V. A.
Noyks, HU i'oteer'g Block, Itochetter, N. Y.
Veal calvea. 3a7!.-n KJ fb. nrtehtnn bldi
cnnntrv lots, 707)0. Calfsklns, 12012: W fn. Tallow,
06)io??fbi cnnntry,405c. Khaaredt'Vs,2507Ooeachi
countrv Inta. 55030c. Lamb sklns, 60035a each. Dalry
aiins, isnsiiK each.
ItEMAItKR. Tbere waa an amnle sunnlv of oattle for
the week. largely frnm tha west. Tbe demand dld not
appear very urgent from tbe fact Uiat the western stock
waa held rather hlgh for the home call, and butchers dld
not respond wlth any degree of Ufe. Country cattle
moved mnch the same aa last week, wlth some steers
and helfera at 707KcTfl Ib, dressed, and a fewoxenat
88in??Ibi buttk! cattle were not to be had, and we
dld not learn of more than one palr at that prlce. Hath-
way x. .iacaon soid twentv-iwo sieers. averagH i,oi,
tb. ntKVj'c Ib. and forty-flve, average 1,563 fbs, at
$6.90)1cwt. Tha sheeo buslness waa done up qulckly,
aa butchers antlclpated arrlvala and bousht them up on
the tralna as they npnroachad the market The decllne
of last week was rezalncd and what were sold a f ter being
landeil showed a strong KOW V Ib rls". Farmar ,t
iaiiuuh puiu i-iKuiv-nve lamn-, weini"K u). ni, u7au,
and seven old sheep. we'ghtng 1.210 Ibs, at 5cj Dana
Brown sold one hundred and tweutv-thr head, In-cludlngthlrtv-slx
old sheep, welshlns 8.270 Ibs, at Bc,
and elghty-seven lamlw, weighlng 4.770 lbs, at BJfc 1 lh,
l'oultry sold at ,130150 Ib, wlth neariy two and one
half tons at market.
MA11Y O. WAT.MO'S KSTATK.
STATE OF VERMONT, Washington Dlstrlct, ss.
In Pmbate Court, held at Montpelier, ln sald Dlstrlct,
on tbe 27th day of August, A. D. 1883 :
E. D. Waldo, Execntor of the last tVlll and Tes
tament of Mary O. Waldo, late of Cabot, ln sald Dls
trlct, deceased, preaents hls admlntstratlon aocount for
examtnaUon and allowance, and makes appllcatlon for
a decree ot dlatrlhuUon and partltton or the estate of
Ht Ib. I that sald aocount and sald appllcaUon be referred to
7;.w3C, a aession tnereoi, w ne neia m uie i-rouaie umce in
saia jiontpeuer, on me isi (my vi Depiemner, a. u.
1883, for hearlng and declslon thoreon; and. lt la further
onlered. that noUce bereof be glven to all persons lnter
eatel, by publlcatton of tbe same three weeks succes
slvely ln the Vermont Watchman fc rttato Journal, a
newspaper publlshed at Montpelier, prerloua to sald
Ume appolnted for hearlng. Uiat they may appear at
sald Ume and place, and show cause, lt any they may
have, wby sald account should not tw allowed, and uon
decree made. By the Court. Attest,
11-13 A.C.AVEK1LL. Beglster.
FIRE INSURANCE GOMPANY.
Notice of Assessment.
The members of the Farmers' Mutual Flre lnsurance
Company lnsured ln the Farmers' Class are hereby notl
fied that tha followlng asseasments have been made by
the dlrectors of sald company on all uetea ln force ln
ald class on the followlng days, to wlt!
August 3. 1882 per cent.
August 23. 1882 i per cent.
September 14, 1882 ? per cent.
September 28. 18S! rr cent.
Octoberl2.l82 i per cent.
Octotx .'6,1882 ,Vpercent.
NovemhcrS. I8S2 'i per cent.
November 23. 1R82 i per cent.
December 7. 1882 i per cent.
December 28. 1882 )j per cent.
Jannary 11,183 U per cent.
January 25, IS13, ,' per cent.
r euruary s, isi y pr cci.
JANKT NKSIUT'S KSTATK.
STATE OF VERMONT. Washington Diatrlct.ss.
In Frobate Court. held at Montpelier, ln sald Dlstrlct,
on the 25th day of August, A. D. 1883:
Samuel S. Foater, Admlnlstrator of the estate of Janet
Nesblt, Ute of Duxbury, ln sald Dlstrlct. deceased, pre
senta hls admlntstratlon account for examlnatlon and
allowance, and makes appllcatlon lor a aecree or aistrtbu
Uon and partlUon of the esute of sald deceased, Where
uion. It w ordered by sald Conrt, that sald acconnt and
sald appllcatlon be referred to a aeasion thereof to tw held
at tbe I'robate Offlce. In sald Montpelier, on tbe 17th day of
September, A. D. 1883, for hearlng and declslon thereont
and, lt ls f urther ordered, that notlce hereof be glven to
all persona Interested, by pnbllcatlon of the sauie three
weeks aucceeatvely ln thb Vermont Watchman A Hute
Journal, a newspaper publlshed at Montpelier, prevloni
to sald Ume appolnted for hearlng, tbat tbey mav appear
at sald tlma and rtlace. and show cause. lf anv thev mav
have, why sald aocount should not be allowed, and such
llv the Court Atteet.
A. C. AVERILL, Reglster,
February 15, 1883.,
, per cent.
il per cent.
March 1. 1H81 M per cent.
March22, 1883 ii per cent.
Aprll 12. IMl y, per cent.
April 26. 18S3 per cent.
May 17.18-3 '4 per cent.
June II, I8t3 ii per cent.
July 26, 1883 per cent.
Making 8i per cent. To
be pald to the treasurer of sald company, at hls offlce lu
Montpelier, on or Ivfore the 17th dav ot October, lbS3.
Our members wlll be notlfied, elther by letter or by our
agenta, ot the exact amount of thelr aasessmeut,
By order of the dlrectors.
OEOKOE W. LESLIE, Treasurer.
Montpelier, Vt., August 29, 1883. 11-13
Rouk piriox haa takeu unlawtully and wlihout rlgbt
about one liundre.t and twenty cnplea of ;rnnnt
Illatorlcal Gnzat-er, Vol. IV.. boiind ln ciolh,
also tblrtj ooplea of the ssni", bound In half Turkey
Morocco, frnm the book blndery of J. I), Clark, ln
Should anv ot sald books be offered for sale by any
person.a sulUble rewanl wlll be pald to any one who
wlll report the fact to the underalgiied, or glve Inlonna
tlon where they can befound, VAiti'ii ,, V ivn
Montieller, August 27, 1833. ll-tf '
Farm for Sale.
The old Ilenrr Farm, so called, one rolle north of
Waterbury depot.on the roaln road to burlington, The
AltTIIUH DAflOKTT'.S KSTATK.
STATE OF VERM ONT, Dlstrlct of Washington, ss.
InTrobato Court, held at Montpelier, ln and for sald
Dlstrlct. on the 8th day ot August. A. D. 1683 s
Truman C. Kellon, Admlnlstrator of the estate of
Arthur Dagtett, late of llarre, ln sald Dlstrlct, deceased,
presenta bls admlntstratlon account for examlnatlon
and aUowance, and inakea appllcatlon for a decree
ot dlstrlbullon and partltlon ot the estate ot sald de
ceased. Whereupou, lt ls ordered by sald Conrt, tbat
sald account and sald appllcaUon be referred toa seeslon
Uiereof, to be held at the Probate Offlce ln sald Mont
pelier, on the 31st day of August, A. D. 1883, for hear
lng and declslon thereon. And, It ls further ordered,
that notlce bereof bo glven to all persons lnterested,
by pubUcatlon of the same three weeks successlvely ln
the Vermont Watchman A State Journal, a newspaper
publlshed at Montpelier, prevtous to sald Ume ap
itolnted for hearlne. that thev mav apoear at sald tlma
and place, and show cause, Lf any they may have. wby
sald account should not be allowed, and such decree
made. lly the Court. Atteet.
09-11' A. C. AVERILL, Reglster.
S I'ATK OF VE1I.MON f, Dlstrlct of Randolph, ss.
In I'robate Court, held st Washington, ln and for satd
Dlstrlct, on the 20th dav of Angust, A. D. 1883 1
Sylvester lllll, Ouardlau ot llerlrt F. Mevens and
Jennle Stevens, mlnors, resldl"g In Washington, In sald
Dlstrlct, makes appllcatlon tosald Court for Ucense to
sell all of the teal estate ot hia sald wards. sltuated ln
Washington, belug an Interest ln Ihelauds whereot John
F. Htevens. late of Washington, deceased, dled selzed
and possessed. repreaentlnc that the sale thereof wlll be
for tue best Intirestof bls sald wanls. Whereupon, it u
ordered by satd Court, that sald appllcatlon be referred
to a sesslon thereof, to be hld at 11. A, Whlte's offlce, tn
sald Washington, 011 tbe :'lt day of Septtmlr, A. D.
1SSI. for heartug and declslon theieou ; and, It Is further
ordered, that ali persons luterested bn DolllUxl hereof, by
publlcatlou ot notlce ot sald appllcatlon and order
thereon, three weeks successlvely lu the Vermont Watch
man A- State Journal, a newspaper publlshed at Moat
pellrr, and hlcb clrculates in tbe nefghborhood of those
lnterested, before sald time of hearlng, tlmt they may
appear at sald ttme and place, aud, lf they see cause, ob
tei't thereto. Ily the Court. Attest,
11-13 W1LLIAM NICIIOLS, Judge.
farm contalna about three hundred and filty acrea, froin
seventv-flve to one hundred acrca of wblch ls tlmber
land, the balanca ln tlllage and pasture, and lscapable
of keeplng flfty head of cattle. The liousu lsbrlck.two
atory, and newly repalred and put ln flne condltlon)
bams sulUble fnr the farm 1 never falling water at house
and barna. Tblals one of the best farmsln Vermont and
one of the best located ln the valley of tbe Winooski,
Terms easy, Address
U'tf V. lt. IIENItY, Waterbury, Vermont.
CIIAUNOY 1'. OIIKI.KY'S KSTATK.
STATE OF VERMONT, Washington I)ltrtctss.
In Probate Court, held at Montpelier, In and for sald
Dlstrlct, on the 14th day of August, A. D. 1883
Ueoige W. Dodge. Admlmstrator of the estate of
Chauncy P. Qurley, late uf llerllu,ln sald Dlstrlct, de
ceased, makes appllcatlon to sald Court for lioense to
sell all of the real estate of sild deceased, sltnated ln
sald Berlin, to wlti "The bome fann," exceptlng the
dower thereln. but Includtngthe homestead and revers
louof tbe dower, representlng tbat tbe (slellitreof.fi
cept the homestead, ls uccessary for the payment of the
deuts of satd deceased and the expensesof adnilulstra
tlon of hls estate, and that a aale of Uie houieatead would
be benettclal to the wldow and mlnor children of the de
ceasod, aforesald, Whereupon, lt Is ordered by sald
Court, that sald appllcaUou be reterted to a sesslon
thereof, to be held at the I'robate Ofllce In sald Mont
pelier, on the 31st day of August, A. D. 1883, for hearlnz
and declslon thereon and, Itls further ordered, tbat all
persons lnterested be nolltled bereof, by pubUcatlon of
noUce of sald appllcaUon and order thereon, thre
weeka succeaatvely ln the Vermont Watchman s ltate
Journal, a newspaper publlshed at Montpelier, and
whlch clrciuatca ln Uie nelgbboihood of those lnter
ested, beforo sald Ume ot beurlug. that they may appear
at satd Ume and place, and, lr they see cause, object
thereto. By the Court.-Atteat.
00-11 A. C. AVERILL, Keglster,