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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUBNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883. Weekly News Summary. Vermont. Tns Grand army bojs ol Bellows Falls net ted S885brtfaelrfalr. Tiib puiplts o( the U.iptlst and tho Congre gatlonal churchcs o( Vergennes are wlthout Mttled Barton. Aw effort ls to be made to iccuro the annnal Boenlon o( tho Vermont Dalrjmon's AbbocIa tlon ln Rutland. It is Btated tlmt II r. E. N. nisaell o( Slioro ham Intendg to Btirt for Auetralla, about Jan nry 1st, wlth slicep. TriKnn Is A centenarlan ln Bridport Mrs. WriRht. Ilor coatonnlal annlvoraary was celo brnted December lst. A bbvkre water fuuilno thls winter ts dreadod ln Orange aud Windsor countlos. The sprlngg and Btreams are vory low. Tiis ladleg o( East Wallingford and vlclnltv recently had a plo fcetlval, wltli fdrty-two dlf ferent klnda of plo for sale. Mns. Saiiaii W. Howaiid of Windham was thrown from a wagon, Thankrglvlnr day, and badly Injared. Uer left hlp wan broken. Foun cnses of gcarlet fever bavfi appeared at White lUver Jnnctlon, ono of whlch proved la tal, tho eon of II. M. Felch dylng the 4th. FrtOM one and three-fonrths bnshels of eced, Byron Sllckney of Andover ralsed, the pant veaeon, flfty bnshels of White Russlan wheat. Boiimnoton hag gpent 8231,000 ln bnllding the paat yoiir, largcly ln a pretty good class of hongen, and fondly hopeseometlmo to be called " the clty of flno lealdences." Iisv. W. C. Wood, recently of Sclttiate, Mfljs., hag accepted a calltothn twoCongrc gatlonal churchcs, Stanstead, P. Q., nnd Derby Centre, to rmpply a year. Sslary $1,400. IUt.ru Cushino of Townshend wag very eerl ossly Injared recently. A revolvor whlch he waa handllng wag accidentally dlecharged and the ball entered the rlght side of his neck. Jamks Fambankb of Wilmington acciden tally dlecharged a revolver whlch he wag lond lng, and the ball lodged ln a flnger Jolnt, The physlciang etherlzed hlm andremoredthe ball. About three weeks ago Charles Crockett of Colchester wag gnddenly taken Insane wblle apparently ln good health. He became so bad that he was tnken to Brattleboro, and on the 3d hlg famlly recelved word that he waa dead. Burlington hag an abortlon cago, Maggle Doyle, thlrty yenrg old. a setvantln the famlly ol a proralnent merchant, haylnp dled last week Wednetday from the eltectg of an opera tlon. She refused to make any statoment and the anthorltles have no clew to work from. Gkobor HcnrnnKY, a lad of abont fourteen yearg, waa drowned ln the mlll pond at Wind sor, last Tueeday afternoon. Ile waa skatlng wlth somo of hlg companlong and broke throogh. The body waa carrled nnder some brush-wood ud oonld not be rccovored for over two hours. Hohace Wilson of Quechee shot a gray Mgle the other day that meaanred seven feet elght inchea from tlp to lip of wlngs, and tipped the beam at eleven and one-half pounda. It had a etrap somo fonr feet long attached to one leg and a rope of about the same length on the othor leg. Dkacon Samuhl CnAaiN, aged nlnety yeare, died at Bellows Falls, the 0th. Ue wag the oldest man ln town, and waa for many years an actlve, well-known buslness man among the mercbantg there and ln Alstead, N. 11. Ile had been 111 less than a week. Illg death wag canaed by pneumonia. Jonks, Lajibon &Co., proprletora of Ascut ney mllla, at Windsor, and whose fallnre for nearly $600,000 last August necoesltated ehut tlng down the workg, have effected a eettle ment wlth thelr credttorx, and expect to reaume operationg roon. The firm are large manufac turera of cotton and cop yarn. Hobacb Giles of Windham let hlg brother 'Willlam take hlg team. a few days ago, to go to Gassett's statlon. As he dld not retnrn, Uorace investlgated the raatter, and fonnd hlg team waa sold and hia brother misslng. Ile fonnd the team at a llvery stable owned by George Banders of South Springfleld and re. galned possesslon of lt. Wllliam 1b still uirsing. Insian arrow heada are not a novelty ln weatern Vermont, but some of them are qulte a curioslty. One found lant week ln Kellog's bay, West Ferrlabnrgh, by Tlmothy Barton, ls of fllnt, fonr and a half Inchea ln length and one Inoh and a qnarter ln width. It Ts qnlte smooth, hag a keon edge, and wonld cleave a h'nman ekoll wlth ease ln the hands of a stal wart Mvage. BnnoLAiis blew open the safe ln the store of O.A. Clayborn ln Wallingford, early Wednes day morningof last week, and secured several hnndred dollara ln currency, reglstered bondg, etc. The ezploston tore a coffee mlll that was bolted to the floor from lts fastenlngs, eeveral panes of glasa were broken and thlngs ln gen ernl upeet. It ls thonght to be the work of professlonals. Natiianibl B. Williston, elghty-six years old, dled at his resldence at Brattleboro, the 6th. He was born ln Northampton. He car rled on a drngglst businesB ln Brattleboro for many years. He waa connected wlth tbe Wind ham coanty bank and the First natlonal bank, whlch Bucceeded lt. He loBt considerable money, itlssald, throneh his bnslness relatlons wlth Sllas M. Walte. He whb blghly esteemed for his charlty and benevolence. Elkvkn years ago the wlfe of Jerry Fenton of Rutland was eent to the Insane asylum, hav lng been adjudged a lunatlc. Ten days ago Poormastor Uayward was notlfied by the sn pirintendent of the Brattleboro insane acylum that It was nnnecetsary and uselesg to retuln her there any longer as she had become de mented. Mr. Uayward went for tbe nnfortn nate lady and brought her home, slnce whlch tlmeshehas been starvlng berself to death, having refueed to tnke any klnd of noarlsh mentordrink, and reslstlnc all attempts to force her to take nonrlsbment or drink. Facts have bronght to light a brntal affair that occurred two and one-half mllea north of Poultney, recently. Larry Tracy, a man who ls well known aa a hard character ln thenelgh borhood where he resldes, quarreled wlth his wlfe, and becomlng enraged knocked her down, klcking her brutally ln the face, knock lng ont two of her front teeth and breaking her jtw bone. Not being satlrfied wlth thip, the rlend kicked her abont the body. On the nezt day, wlthout any provocatlon, ho struck her ln the face, Impatring one eye badly. The nezt week Mrs. Tracy gave blrth to a cnlld. It ls a wonder that she and thechlld had not been klllod by thls brntal treatment. Other Localllics.' Hoa cholera la apreadlng througliout Cannda to an atarmlng eztent. It ls said 8300,0(0 are annnally ezpended ln ChriBtmas cardu in thls conntry. Ten thonsand porsona woro rendered home leea by the late fire ln Conetantlnople. Tsxab partlos wlll eue the povernraent to reeover lor siaves emancipaiea auring tho war. Baunum'b agent ln Siam hag bought a white elephant for 5200,000. It wlll reach thls conn try ln Jnne. Tue new colored cadet at West Polnt has not been bazed, and ls treated wlth stndied respect uy ue wnne caaeis. Rkv. Joiin O. Meakb, corresponding gecro- tary of the American lioard of Commlasloners lor roreign utBsiona, ia aeaa. Tiik Btrlke of the colltery boys ln the York hlre(Eogland) mlnes has eztended, and 14,000 wornmcn are mie in conBequence. A bnow and wlnd Btorm vUlted Denver, Col., the 6tb, whlch ln disastrotiH effects ls wlthout a parallelln the hlstory of Coiorado. 8aiia Bphnitaiidt hag been sentenced to pay a nne oi io.wu irancs ior nreauing ner en gagement at tho Galety theater, London. Tiie trlal of Frank James la set down foi Januaiy 14r and hU ball fixert at 53,000. It la Btated that James wlll offer bonds ln a few days. Tiie salvatlon army paraded the streets of New Ilaven, Conn., Snnday, beating druma and blowlng horna in deflance of tho mayor's order. At Klkhart. Indlana, Jndge Osborne In etrncted tbe grand lury to Indlct all dealers fonnd selllng the l'olice Qazette and slmllar papers. Tiib names of 0,000 Clncinnatl bnslness men hnTn been nlimed to a memorial to congresa atklng that tho trado dollar be taken out of drcniauon. Winteii wheat In KanBas, Arkanaaa, Mls- eourl, Bonth-eaatern NebrasKa ana boutn-west-ern Iowa la reported ln better condition tban erer Deiore. It la aald that the RTflraeecoatof tbe enerav lnrs ln a elncle nnmber of Harver't ifaqazine or tbe Century runa from 86,000 to $8,000 nerer Deiow tne lower tigures. BrvKitAL ghocks of earthquake occnned the 6th, at Rovenden Bprings, Arkaneas. They lasted forty aroonds, and broke glacawaro and crockery In the stores and honseg. GovKiiNOn MuiinAV of tltah ezriregaea natla- factlon wlth the preaident's recommendationg for tho abolltlon of the terrltorial eovernment and tho creatlon of a oommlsslon. WllXtAM and Maiiy colleob of Vlrfflnla haa cloaed lts doora, having but one stndent at the beglnnlng of thla scnool year. Nezt to Ilarvard thls was the oldest collegeln Amerlca. Verdiot of tho coroner's lurv on one of the colorod men klllod at Danville: "Dled from exDOBuro." The Chlcairo Trlbuni sntrpentn that the words "to the deraocraoy" wore omltted. In robnlldine Rochester. Mlnn.. thev are mlndful of the tornadothat recently devastated the town. They are maklngstroDg atone vanltg ln tho cellars. laree cnonirh tocontnln n famllv and strong enough towlthstand nnytornado. Tiik dlfBAtlsfactlon of the students of thn natlonal college of pharmacy ln Washington at the admlssion of Oacar M. Atwood, a col ored man, as a studcnt, haa rosnlted ln all but eigni oi tne lorty.stx stuaents leaving the (cbool. A nngTON flrm han Imniwl 5ttH (Wl in tutn. stoners, all of whose certlflcatcs have been taken as collateral. The eommlssloner of pen alona la Issnlng dapllcates to all sach BoldlerB, and orlglnal cenlficates thus become vold. The rlght to Issue dapllcates wlll. be conteated. CnABLKs F. Fbbeman of Pocasset, Mobb., who kllled his little dauahter Edlth. In a rtt nf rellglons frenzy ln 1870, was on the 6th ac qnltted by a jury at Barnstable on thegronnd of Intanlty and oommttted to the Danvers in sane aaylum for llfe by Chlef Jnstlce Morton. DOWN ln Mnlne they have " clanboard ann- pers " to raiae the means for buildlng church edlfices. They don't eat the clapbnarda, but everygentteman who comoa to the feed la ez pected to brlng, In addltton to the usual lady, a bnndle of clapboards. Sblngle breakfasts are now in order. In New Orleans, tho manaeers of the wnrliVn lndustrlal and cotton centennlal ezposltlon have adopted a deslgn for the mnln bnlldlng. It wlll be 1600 feet long and 000 wide, wlth 1.000 3'JS square feet of floor spaco and wlll be tne largest.eznosltion bulldinz ever erected. ezcept the one In London ln 18G2. A riits on Federal street. ln the " burnt dl. trlct" of Boaton, Saturday morning, destroyed more than 5100,000 worth of property paper bag and plcture-frame makera, prlnterg and others being bnrned ont. The bulldlne waa owned by Benjimin Boardman & Co. The oianaara nag company loses 876,000. A NiniLisT orean elves harrowlncr detnlln nf the BtilTerlngs of polltlcal prlsonera in the Peter and Panl fortresses, where It states they are treated llke murderers. No dlsttnctlon ls made between men and women or between thn slck and well. Several persons have gone mad or coramltted Bulcide. Uorporal punishment ls lruquunt. A aiOANTio land awindle has oome to llirht at Wheellng, West Vlrglnla. "The real estate, loan and trust company" of Washington noaiea xi notes ior 5000 eacn, purporting to be secured by nnencumbered land. It ls thought that 60,000 acres on these notes have been run oiT on grangers and others all over the conntry. TnK state pollce are Investizatincr the dolnira of a New Bedford, Mas., flrm, whlch, it is al- iegea, manumcinres organg in tne cneapest manner, and by means of circulars sent broad- east, sells them for fabulous prlces to the uu Inltlated. lt Is belleved the flrm has dlBposed of 25.000 organs the past year at a profit of Tiie natlonal batter. cheese and rrp iin. ventlon beiran ln Clncinnatl the 4th. Prnalrlnnt Jobn J. McDonald of Pblladelphla made n Driei anaress, in ine conrse 01 wbtcn he said that the value of the annnal butter prodnct of the Uoited States was 8332,000,000, and of the cheese product 830,000,000, white eggs and poultry amounted to abont tho same. UitRAT -ezcltement haa been croated in Mnn. treal over the flleht of Thomaa Cralcr. nrealdent of the Ezchange bank. Some of the directora, it la charged, have been lmplicatod wlth hlm. The condition of the bank la consldered far below that rrpresented by reoent statements, and it Is belleved that stookholders' double 11a bllity wlll fail to meet the clalms of deposltors. At a maas meetinz of farmera at Wlnnineir last week Thursdav nleht. one of the nmbpru said If thelr grievancea conld not be redressed at Ottawa, Manltoba wonld look to Washing ton to bavo them redressed. At a meeting at Rapid Clty a gentleman said lt there waa nnt n. cbange in the adminlstratlon of affalrs soon, they would have to go over to Dakota ln a body. In New Haven. Conn.. Presldent Porter ad. dresaed tbe students in regard to the recent sensational storieg ln relation to tvnhuld fever. and said that after careful invesdgatlon he iound tnatevery case nappenlng ln tne college recently was contracted elsewhere. Dr. Moses C. White, a Yale profesaor, says there ls more typhold fever in New Ilaven at present than for many years past. A now occurred at Weaneteanock. a back. woods vlllage of Connecticut, between a nnm ber of women, who dtsired to hold a rellglous meeting in the school-houso, and a party of admlBBion. The women attacked the doors wlth crowbars and azes, wben the men yield ed. One man had his head cnt and another'a band was badly Injared. Salmon, the Laconla, N. H.( mnrderer, was glven a hearlng Thursday. Ho appeared ner vnus and troubled. In answer to the question,, " Salmon, are yon gnllty or not gnllty?'' he re sponded, " Gnilty, slr." Ue was ordered to remaln in jtll tlll March. Ue said he was ready to sulfer the penalty for his crlme It ls thought the welght on his mlnd wlll entlrely ureaK mm uowu aaa cause 111s aeain Deiore March. He eats very little. There are no chances for defence. Dr. N. B. ATcmsON of Youngatown. Ohlo. an old chum of Lteutenant Gilea Ilarber, hm recelved a letter from hlm dated Yakntsk, Sep tember 15, In wbich the latter said he had jut reiurnea irom ukuihk, wnere ne wenc ior per mlsslon to make cofllng for the bodles of De Long and hla comrades, as the anthorltles re fucpd to allow the casketa sent from the Unlted States to be forwarded to Yakutsk. Ue obtalned the reqnired permlBlon, and ezpecied to start on the trip to St. Petersburgh wlth the bodiea November 16, and If the weather con tlnued favorable, hoped to reach New York about February 20. An orcanizatton of erocera'g clerka haa been formed ih New York called the A B C unlon, tbe object of whlch Is to systamKtlcally rob ernployera. One of the rnles of tbe asBOclatlon Is that each member shall by fair means or foul possesa nimsell 01 ouo a mouth and de noslt It wlth Chrlatlan Krun of Brooklvn. who acted aatreasurer. Membera were to be given 82,600 Irom tne innds 01 tne Boclety at tbe end ol tbe .year If they wlshed to go lnto 'buulness, and if ick were to be paid 82 a day. The retall grocem' unlon has caused tbe arrest of Krorz and a number of clorks. It is said that Krocz recelved 87,000 per annum from tho asso- ctatlon. StrniTord. Renben Ilntton. a seventeen years-old tramp, recently engaged to work for II. G. Smtlh, In Mr, Smith's absence, a day or two alterwards, he stole from hlm n palr of boota, entlced a boy fourteen years old to bny at Hatch's store a hat and a pair of boots, pretendlng Mr. Smith consented, then went to Frary's store to get a quantity of clothtng for himHelf on the same pretence falltnz ln whlch, both ran away. Tbe boya were cap- tured bv UonstADie li u iiazeitonand orougnt before Jnitlce II. C. Ilatch. The smaller boy was let off on hla good behavlor, Rutton was duly uned. llelng unaoie to pay, utilceruiz elton took hlm to Rutland last Saturday for a three muntha' Btav in tbe houae of correctlon. According to Button'a own uccount of hlmself, he la a most precoctoua ana aangeroas fcinip, . . . . In a nlnele nlcht. recently. Aaron B, Iloos- ton had tweuly-flve valuablo Bbeep kllled by dogs, CbarleB Ilrown had twelve and Charles Patten seven. Twenty or twenty-flve were Imrllo tArn hv tho doira. but not kllled.... Frank Ilutton of Corinth has leased the Mor rlll blackamlth shop, and commenced work thereln. He Is said to be an eicellent work man. lt wlll be a great accommodatlon to people in this part of tbe town, aa heretofore they bave been obliged to go from three to slz milea to get thelr work done. ...The helrs of Abrabam Brown. Sr.. have erected In Orchard II i 11 cemetery an ezpenalve famlly monnment of nlce acoicu granite. ...iiariow uazeiton nas Bold to Frank Dewey tbe D. U. Preston farm. Congregntloual veetry last FrkUy nlght, and a proceeds wlll be ezpended to meet tbe Indebted- ln V.i.ll.tlr. an aHHIMnn f f ilia vaatw. ....Rev. J.II. Wlnslow, pastarot the Melho dlstchurcb, wlll preach a temperance sermon nezt Snnday morning By the wlll of the late John Atwood the Methodlit chnrch re ceivea uu jon&a iuiud, nu via ana rr speoted cltlion, dled laat week and was hnrled Wednesday..,..Mrg. Dan Y. Ford is very eick wlth eryslpeU and her danghter ls very slck wlth pnenmonla The wioter term of school at the seminary commenced last week, wlth a f;ood ttendance . , . .The SAwyer house Is hav ng a good patronago this winter..... Delle Farnham of West Burke Is teachlng at the seminary thls winter, Bhe Is also engaged to leacn auring ine epring lerm ... .1 no nouco 01 John Uale caught flro last Satnrday from a burning chlraney, Fortnnately, several per Bona were present at the tlme, and enrceeded ln oztingulshlng the flimcs before much damagn wasdono Mr. and Mrg. Maurlce G iddard have gone to Boaton to ppend the winter .... Mrs James Wallaco Is vlpltlre with relatlves at St. Johnabury Pr. 8. E. D.irllng, for- meriy 01 111 ls piace, nas located at Lawrence, Maag.. where hehas the nroenectof an ezten- Bivo practlce. Shnron. F.O. Loveland of Norwich wlll itItb an address on temperance in Smith's haU on Frlday evenlng, December 14th, at hnlf-past aeven o'clock. . ,.M. P. Kcyes kllled two elght-mnnths-old plgs recently, one of whlch welghed 367 pounds and the other 384 pounds. Who btot a better one 7. . . .Several of our cltlzena were called before tho grand jaiy at Wood stock laat week, who are look lng after Newell Preaton's interesta. . . . M. F. Preston had a palr of nlce large bronze turkeys sent hlm from liarre last week. ...Mr. K. W. lioardrnan and wlfe retnrn to Soroervllle. Mass.. on Thnradnv of thla week . . .Elsie Cllfford has declded not to return to Concord, N. II., thls winter.... ForreBt Burke, who has been slck for some tlme, ls slowly rrcovering....W. . Fay baa been on the slck 11st for tbe past ten days at Georee D. Smith's Mrs Sarah Chlllann la quite low wlth conanmptlnn at N. Q. Mosher's. . . .Mrs. Joiin uoyie nas nau a snock of paral ysls of her rlght side, and her recoverv la verv doubtful Mrs. Edna Blake of St. Albans is in town, caring for her mothor, Mrs, Chlllson. Can't Cook as Motlicr Dld. Uow mftnv a voune wife'g heart ia aaHilnnpd and happiness scattered bocause she cannot "cookas mnther dld." It ls straneo. aadlv strange, and yet wo all know it Is true. Uow many a tlme naB the tender-hearted renorter felt hia bouI bursting wlth grief as he told the barrowing story of some poorBufferlngwoman, whose cbeerful snnshlne had tnrned to dlemal darkness just becanse Bhe could not " cook aa mother dld," And how lt dolights the heart of the reporter when he cbances to hear of one devoted young wife who Is rescued from the glooroy fate of so many, ln a manner bo Blmple and eacy that the only wonder ls that all are not saved, Tbls one to whom he now refers was led a blUBhlng and bloomlne brlde. but a few short weeks ago, to the altar by one of onr most promltlng and promlnent young men. Ile Eromisea to ao everytning in nis power to make er happy. but in an evll hour he made the dangerous dlscovery that she could not " cook as mother dld." He told her so, and from that hour the llfe-llght of happiness began to dle out in ber once radlant eyes. The bloom that put to shame the fancied perfectlon of the rose, departed from her cheek; the volce that wel comed hlm to a happy heart and home grew ellent as the grave, and tbe yonng husband saw that somethlng must be done soon. Ue asked the sorrowfnl wlfe why she wns so sad, and Bhe told hlm because Bhe could not "cook aa mother dld;" bntifsbe had Royal Baklog Powder he could say so no longer. Llke a sen Biblo fellow, he ordered a dozen boxes at once. and now he saya he Is afraid that his wlfe wlll raie'e the roof off the house some day, but he don't care, for she is happy. Kr.TCVUV tnna nf Ha.m!lfrA,l nnnttrtr vft,a a. stroyed in New York. One KxrEttiENCE fiiom Many. I had been slck and mlserableso long and had cansed my husband so much trouble and eiponse no one seemed to know what ailed me that I was com pletely disheartened and dlsconraged. In thls irameol mlnd 1 got a bottle ot Hop Ultters and used them, nnknown to my famlly. I soon began to improve and galned so fast that my hnsband and famlly thonght it strange and unnatural, but when I told them what bad neipea me, tney said, " iiurran ior llop bit ters! long may they prosper. for they have made mother well and ns happy." The Mother. gasiness gotices. Ttjat 'hnsband ot mlne ls three tlmes the man he was before he began using " Wells' Health Renewer." 81. Drnggists. Poblio sneakers and slngers flnd B. II. Dons- lass lt Sons' Capslcnm Cough Drops a sure remedy for hoarseness. Yon alwavs uet the worth ot yonr monev when you buy N. K. Brown's Iron and Qalnlne Bitters. Sold by C. Blakely, Montpelier, Vt. Catarrii or tiib Bladdkr. Stlnelni!. Ini- tatlon, Inflammatlon, all kldney and urinary complalnts, cured by " Buchu-palba." 81. Ladies should wear a Hov Platter over the small of the back. aa it cures all palns and aches. Twenty-five cents at any drug store. All ready to apply. To IjtveStohs. Owine to the temnorary rise of intereat rates, D. S. B. Johnaton & Son are able to offer elght per cent tlll J.inuary 1, 1884. ee tneir navortiBement ln anotner coiumn. Sksioub disorders olten follow when one con- stantly has cold feet. Wear tbe Wilsonla Magnotic Iasoles and keep the feet warm. They'prevent cougha, colds and sore throats. Price nity cents. aoia oy aruggists ana snoo dealers. I m m Covetoobnkbs in DinauisB. The wonderful succe"B of James Pyle's l'earllne has glven rlso to a llood of lmltatlons wlth an " ine " to thelr names, evldently to have them sound llke l'earllne. Knterpriaes 01 tnts eon are quite llable to be tn ire selfbh than beneflclal. A Genebous Fhui We are Informed that the proprletora, Messrs. A. P. Ordway & Co., recently sent three dozen of thelr rellable medlclno, Sulpbur Bitters, to the Cathollc home for the aged, wbich ts highly appreclatod by the dlrectors and lnmatea. " as ye sow so shall ye reap." Editor Cathollc Unlon. "Rowm on CoitNS." Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." Flfteen cents. Qulck, complete, permanent cure. Corns, warts, bunlons. Scbofcla. A medlelne that destroys the germs of scrofnla and has the power to root lt out Is appreclated by the aflllcted. The remark able cures ol men, women and chlldren as de Bcrlbed by testlmonials, prove Hood's Sarsa parilla a rellable medlelne containlng remedlal agenta whlch eradlcate scrof ula from the blood. Onehundred doaes 81.00. Sold by all deal ers. C. I. Uood & Co., Lowell, Mass. A crjaicmiAN, wbose llfe was almoet a bur den to hlm, from a long course of suiTerlng he had nndergone, throngh that dreadtul dlsease, catanh, traveled through tho East, seeklng from the old and skllled doctors of Arabla, some remedy for this terrible dlsease. Ue was tortnnate enough to come across one, who prescrlbed for hlm, and who, after he was cured, gave hlm the reclpe, whlch has slnce saved bo many. The reverend dlvine, on his death-bed, bcqueathed the reclpe toa'f rlend. who Is wllllng to send It froe ot charge, to all Buff erers who dealro lt. Address, J. Lawrence, 250 Schcrmerhorn St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Motiier Swan'b Wonu Siritur. Infalllble, tatteless, harmleas, cathartic; forfeverlshness, retlessness, worrun, conetlpation. Twenty flve cents. CLOSING OUT! HaYing made arrangements to move my business to Burlington, I sliall between now and Jannary first place my entire stock of BOOTS AND SHOES FOR SALE AT COST AND LESS ! In order to reduce my stock. GEORGE II. SMILIB, SIGN 0F THE " GOLDEN B00T," ------- STATE STREET, MONTPELIER, VERMONT. RtiLM for the care of the slck. How to cnre dlsease, lts symptoms and cansea, and other Inforroatlon of great valne wlll be found In Old Dr. Kanfmann'g great bookj one hnndred pagea, flno colored plates. Send two threo cont stampg to pay poBtage to A. P Ordway & Co., Boston, Maas., and recelvo a copy freo. " A. Go-Sknd." The chlldren of Israel were once fed by manna, sent from heaven. Thls was an uodoubted caso of " God-send." The amelloratlon of hnman 111b and allments has been often nnderUken, and ns often falled. Ely b Cream Balm, however, "has been welghed In the balance and not found want iog. It Is a eoverelgn, speody, oeruln and pleasantcuro for cnUrrh and cold ln the head. rhousands of persons have atteeted thla fact. " Ely'a Cream Balm Ia a God-seud," wroto Mrs. M. A Jackson of Portsmouth, N. II., on May 22,1882. "Ihad citarrh for threo years: hab Jrled nearly all remedlos, but to no purpose. Two or threo tlmes a week my nose would bleed qulto frcely, nnd I thonght the sores ln It would never heal. Your Balm has cured me." Tbls preparatlon ls not a llquld or a snuff, and is easlly applled. Can you, reader, afford to experlment wlth Injurloua snuffg and Injpctlons wlienapleasant and certaln cnre ls at hand? ' gj$nrketu. Vermont Mnrkcta. RIcnuOND. Theattendancewu tlm And muket dnll. Ilnltrr, wlnUr make, told at 2tCl25o. Octnbr makeat:fi62SA R. Crirae, dalrr.at Kjino )n. I'oUtow, auo V bu8hl. WATERUUUr.-Tlw bntter market wm rlnn Mon dr, and prlces tlll -l'ghtly on tbe advnre. Qultfl a number or long rialrlea wrre nld at 242Sc. aud UU lubs at S4Q280 V tt ( 1 ggs, nm V doieu. HAItltK.-J. U. Oeorce ahlpped 6S packB of bntter. VtUvK l-ong datrle-.'JuaiJ'jccminon. I801 Iall,25 B27o V Ib; "mcholcea-icctiona little tu,(hr. Anplra 0ldat$J.VIWbrTfl,r.hlcken8t 12IV!) Ib.tnr VatjM UQitn; il n,drcwed boga at S6o( rb, ai,d e(rg at 28a V dozen. MONTrEl.lKlt.-Tl.o bntter market la verr llgtitat prtMDt and the prodncH muktt dull. Prloeai llnt ier, aummer, 2iic il rb; fall aplmtlona, MI7o V Ib! egg, 28o V doni me-e, u0 an n: potitoe. Jio W buhl! hoj.fio V Ib.dreiuedt lamba.Ko V ft, Uva; beef, hQte V Ib, oiesed. MOIirilFIELD.-Bblnm-nU for week endlng Decem berS: Fortyalx bfg.22 cattle, 4 calvm, 104 h-ep and lamba, 1,200 ft poultry, 9 partndgea, 420 It of feath ea, 2 cuaea ot ign, QuoUtlon-: 1107, 4k6o V ftt. ca've". o V Ibj h"p, IXmX" W R) iHmlnl. V) V S: h-n, 90IO3 )1 t'oblckena, 10o J1 Ib; tutkeva. lOOIJo Sfl n; paitrligea. 2So eai-h; heu 1ithrii,63o)(Ib; turkey feHthert, l&te Ib; eggi, 30c V dnim; untter, fall dalrlea, 2liQIlc W Ib: Se lecUona,29j$) V D. Boston Protluco Market. KOO. We qnote freh eaatern at 31032c, beld atock at$189!9o. Vermont at29o, and wwtern at 27fJ29o uozen. CHEESE Oood to choloe northem aelta at 12U0 13X'1. weatern at 11K12C. eage at H014o V Ib, aod luwer gradcs according to qoaltiy, II Y. Cholce prlme alla at J16017, medlnm to good AtSIIQlS, cholceeaaiern rlne al 13QH, poor atll20 13, wlth eattem awale at $9 V ton. POTATOES Eattern Itoae aell at 51c, Aroontock Roae at 50Vlc, noribern Roan at 45oc, and liarbank Seedllnga od rrollnoi at 50053a 1 baehel. MEANS. Large hand-ploked pea beina aell at $2 S"0 2.75, chnlce New York tmall bind-nlcked do at S2.76 1 80, rommon to good at $2.M3 70. rin Vermont at II t0) 85, cbolce crwnfd do at JJ.6O02.C5 Oerman mdlum beansat t2.2082.35, batid-liked medlomat 2C)0.'.M. cbolee acreened do at fi.ViQ'.M, common do kU2p 2.20. cholce Iraproved yeliow evea at 13.200 3 25, otd-fatbloned yeliow eyea at 1 3 1S03.2O. ItUTTER. W qnotfl cliolce freih-made creamerr at 340360, faneyblgher, falrtOKOOd creamsry at .10032c, cbulce lce-home no at 227r, northem do at 24017c, wwtern dalrv at 18022c. lail'e-packedat MQI7c. lalrlo good at 12014c, trtsli nortbern rream-rrat 3335c, froh Vermont and New York dalry at 26028c. Franklin rountydo at 29030c, fair to gocd at 230i5", atralght dalrles at 20022c, and fair to good at 170 lo V pound. Llve Stock Slnrkct. Tbe following la a telegrapblo report of tbe lre itock market at Watertown and Brlgbtoa for tbe week endlng Tneeday, December 11, 1S83: Cattle. Shup. IIoqi. Caltet. At market thla week 2,126 12.137 15.271 249 " laat week 2,570 10.289 14.4W 238 " " one year ago.... 2,699 10,865 19,432 371 PR1CE3. Extra fat and heavy premlam oxen, t8.5r0 9.00; flret qnallty, S7.5O04OO; aecond qoallty, H.50 7.0'i: thlrdquallty,5oi'ii.00 perlOOIbaon total welght of hlde tallnw and dreaeed beef. A few cholce alngte palra. $909.75 Wcwt. Bulla, etc, 4 5004.75. Worklng oxen. SWOnXQ V palr. iteera, S750OO. Mllch cowa, I2O.IKI03S.OO; extn good, 140 00048.00, wltb or wlthout calvee, aa may be agreed; farro. and ordtnary, $17,000 n.nu. riorea. yearnnga. iix.tfu-vMv: two-year-omn. (14.00030.00; three-rear-olda.t24O04t.00. 8heen,2X0 AUn extra,505KoV tb-ortl750S.5Vbead. Lamua .6Vfrb. Kat boga, 5X06c W rb. Bhotea, retall, 50loc X S Northem dinued boga, OP06,Vi 1R Ib. ealcalTea.3W07c W Ib. lliiahtnn hldea. 7Q7Mc: onnntry lou, tX07c. c,r aklna, Ul2o V K. fatlow. 606XcVrb;country.405o. reluwltb woolon.750tl nach; country lou, 75011. Lamb aklna, 75c0tl eacn. Dalry aklna, 20050c eacn. REMARKS. The lnovement ln country cattle ahowa a better feellog. and an advanee of nearly X 71 Ib. Ilntchera who bad watcbed the weatern muket ex- Jpcted to tmv hlgber ratea thla week. !IthawaT .t ackaon aold 11 wratera ateera, average 1,23 Iba, at ts 40 W cwt, U'e, and 45 othera, average 1,400 Ib, at 16 90 V cwt; thlrty fat country cowa, to dn8 M'O rb. were aohl atS', and aome flno helfera at7c V R, dreaed; Wood fc llrock aold two pai of oxen, to dreaa 1.150 Iba each, at 9c, and othera at V Ib, dreaaed welght. The abeeo market waa actlve. T.tmna were acarce, whlch. If offdred. wonld command ,i4 V Ib hlgher ratea than ltatweek. II. O. Ooodrlch old 55 old aheep, average 64 rt, at Wi, an l tbe beat old aheep aold at 5jc ft rb. Mllch oo. a were cff ired In fair number. Veata were ateady and flrm. l'oultry aold at 12015c V ponnd. In Montpelier, Dee. 9, by Rev. J. Edward Wrlght. Edgar X. Uale ot Montpelier and Emma J. lleanof Uerlln. In Montpelier. Doc. 6, by Rev. J. Edward Wright. Willlam M. Carnea of HarTe and Allce M. Dayenport or Wllllauiatown. In Danville, Dec. 1, Iloeley W. Bartlett and Ida Low ell, both of Danville. In I'ot Mllla, Leonard U. Morae and Hattle Weat, both of Weat Fairlee. In Wells Hlver, Dec. 6, Edgar C. Graves and Klla Lea. Ile, both of Wella Hlver. In St. Johnabnry. Dec. 1, Joachim Masaleaod Mary Dubola, both of Walden. In Newburv, Nov, 27. Ned O. EnglUh and Annle A. Clark, both of Newbury. In Bradford. Nov. 28, Jobn L. Worthley and Ilattle L. Martln, both ot llradionl. In Richford, Nov, 20, Edwln Slnclalr ot Berkihlre and Carrla E. Oroea ot Klchrord. In Bloomfield, Dec 3. Charles F. Ettes and Annle S. Doizell, botn or Uloomfleld. In St. Albans. Dec. 4. W. M. Morton ot Milton and Mlnnle M. Uroen of St. Albans. In St. Johnsbtuy, Nov. 24, Wlllle O, Sanborn and Barah A. ntevens, both ot t. Jobnsbnry. In Barnet, Nov. 29, Wm. K. Smlth of Ht. Johnabnry and Mary, McCornilck of Danville. In Richford, Nov. 21 James Combe and Margaret M. Cockelt, buth of Loudou, Englaod. In Westminster, Nov. 29. Oeorga A. Daacomb and Jean E. l'eiry, both of Burlington. In White Rlver Junctlon.Dec. 4, Tierman Bryant and Vlola J.Eugltsh, bolhof Hartland, In Milton, Nov 28, Kmraett 4 . Tbomaa of Weat Ran dolph andNellle A. Wood of Milton. In Bellows Falls, Nov. 27. Jack E. Durkee of Bt. Al bans and Susle Tuttle of. Acton, Mass. In Cambridge, Nov. 30, Wlllle Htelnhour of Cam bridge and Kalle Blssonetta of Jericho. In Bradford, Nov. 28. Freeman Roble ot IlaTerhlll, Maas., and Mary II. Onmea of Bradford. In Berkshire. Dec. 4. Fred W.Comlngsof East Berk shire and Orace L. IUrdy of I'olton, 1'. Q. InSt. Albana, Nov. 28, John II. Odrtt ot St. Albans and Flora I.. Cbamberllnof Shetlord, 1. Q. ln Ht. Johnabury, Nov. 28, Wllbur A. McAUlster and Nettle M. Carpenter, both ot St. Jobnsbury. In 8t. Jotinabnry, Dec 5. Harry Mo Wllllams of Kanaaa Clty, Mo., and Kltlle M. Uallelt ot at. Jobnsbury. In flroton, Deo. 5, by Rev. W. A. Worthlgton, John F. WhlUhllt aud CrUsa I. Talsey, botb of Urjton. In Worcester, Dec. 4. by Rev. I'. II. Carpenter, Robert E. Clark and Emma M. Dodge, both of Wotcester. In Chelsea, November 21, by Rev. II. Webster.Fred O. Bramau and M.ggie A. Lyttle, both ot Chelsea. In ronoord, N. II., Nov. 29, Oeorge Weed of St. Jobnsbury and Edna Kmerson of Ullmanton, N. II. In Strafford, Nov. 29. by Rev. Ell Clark, Pnrlis D. Whltcotnb and UatUe E. Itoberta, both of straff jrd. In Marshfield, Dec. 4. by Her. C. II. Farniworth. Nathan llouldry of Cabot and laabelle A. George ot Calais. In Chelsea. Dec. 5. at the Congregatlonal paraonage, by Rev. E. K. Urrrlck, Leslle D. Uobonan and Clara E. Coburn, both of CbeUea. in v.t rnHnih.Nnr 29. Oeorce C.Tarlln of Topsham and Mra Jeunle E. Fulton of Vewbury. Also. at the eame tlme and place, Krank Nutl and Cora Fulsoin, botuor tupsnam. In Montpelier, Dec. I, Mlchael Swet, 64, In Montpelier, Deo. 9, Albert Lamory, it. In Montpelier, Deo 5, Freddle. aon of J. W. nroek. J. U Montpelier, Dec. 10, a cblld of Alexander Jangraw. II raonthi, ' In Essex, Dec. 5, Uorace Ualbert, U, In Walden, Not. 30, Ilanson Itogers, 75. In East Bnrke, Nov. 28, Rntb Farmer, 73. In Sutton, Nov. 28,Mr. Bllaa Wlggln,75. ln Wea'mlnster, Nov. 22, Ida M. I'age, 28. In East Corinth, Nov. 28, Hamnel Grow. 84. In Lndlow, Nov. 30, Mra. A. J, Demary, 41. In Bennington, Dec 2, Kstber E, Itimse, 47, In Eaat Arlington, Dec. 2, Elon Galusha,?9. In Rochester, Nov. , Mrt, Uarrlet Cooper, 82. In Sudbury, Dec. l.Mrs. EraatusRlngman,7i. In Maidstone, Nov. 21, Marqnla D, L. Bootb, 86. In rroctorBvllle, Deo. t.Mra. EHJih F. Mlller, 80. In Bt. Albans, Dec. 6, Mri, Hsnry K. Reymonr, 60. In St, Jobnsbury, Dec. 3, Mra. Mlchael McCormlck. ln Bellows Falls, Dec. 6, Deacon Bamnel Cragln, 89. InSaxton'aRlrer.Nov.Mri.DanlelRlchanlson.Tt. Jn rntney.Nov. 26, Mar(IIatl) Ward of Weatmln- In Rutland, Nov. 30, Mra. Jobn BeUeck, fonnerly of Bndbury,71. In Wolcott. Dec 8. Nellle. lfo nf Ju.ln,.... 10 years and 6 montha. In Brookfield. Mass.. Knv. 97. vnn n n. nk merlyof East Concord, 66. ' ' In East raw Taw, III., Nov, 18, Mlsa Laura Dunbam, formerly of Woodstf ck, 82. In rittaford, Dec. 9, Lncretl. Ambrose, wldow ot Rev. Dr. Cbtrlea Walker, nearly 85. w dvertinemmtB. J. C. EMERY "Would invite purchasers to an cxamination of the new and very complete stock of desira ble goods, consisting of some of the newest and best styles of Decorated Dinner and Tea "Ware, in Stone, China and Ivory body; fea, Supper, pes sert and Berry Setsj Fancy Cups and Saucers, in the very best French China, that has re cently been placed in his stock; also a great variety of Stand and Library Lamps and Chan deliers, Umbrella Stands in Pottery, Cuspidores in Lava and China ware, Bread and Milk Sets, Smokers' Sets and some other things. COME AND SEE. Goods shown with pleasure. Opposite Post-Office State Street, Montpelier, Vt. The Atlantic Monthly For 1884. The oonductora of Tm Atlamtio Mohtdlt lndlcate herewltb a tew of the noteworthy features lor 1881, and need not aasura Ile re.dera that lt wlll contlnne, as It haa been beyond question, the foremost of American maga zlnea, ln all faatnres and varletl-s ot llterary exoellence. Ua CRAWFORD'S 8ERIAI, BTOItY "AR0MAN8INQERM Wlll run thronch the flrst llx nnmbers ot the volome for 18 4. Tblsetorynaa attracted marked attentlon by lts rlgor and freabness. OLIVER WENDELL HOI.MIC9 Wlll wrlte excluslvely for Tui Atlahtic durtng 18.S4. The mere announcement of frrqnent coutrlbutlonB by hlm la more welcome tban almost any otber announce ment conld be. Dr. WEIIt MITCnELI, Has written for Tiib Atlaktic a strlklng terlal story, entltled "IN WARTIMF.S." Thla wlll begln ln Jannary. UKNHY JAMES Wlll contrlbnte aeveral Short Stortea and sketches of Contlnenta.1 travel. W. I. UOWKT.T.S Wlll f urnlah eeveral papers ot Enropean travel. 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KAQ a year Addreea, I). I.nthron & Co.. Iloaton. Haaa. CAI4VJN UENSMOItK'S BSTATK. CDMMISMlO.NKllS'NOTICE. The nnderslgned, having been appotnted by the Honor able Probate Conrt for the Dtstrlct of Washington, Com mlssloners, to recelre, examlne, and adjust all clalma and demands of all persons agalnat the estate ot Calrls De smore, late of Barre, ln sakl Dtstrlct. deceaeed. and all clalma exblblted ln offset there to, bereby glre notlce that we wlll meet for the purpoees aforrsakl, at thedwelllng-bonseof Celestla Dtnsmore, on tbe 7th day of Aprll next, from one o'clock nnlil four o'o ock r. H., on said day, and that alx monlhs from the 8th dayot October. A. I)., 1883 Is the tlme llmlted by said Conrt for aald credltora to present thelr clalms to ns for examlna 11m and allnwance. Datel at Barre, thla Ist dar of December, A, D. 1983. R. E. I'ATTEHSON, 1 26-28 W.E. WIIITCOMB jComml"10Ilw- X AWBON HAMMETT'S ESTATK. JLi C0MMISBI0NEK8' NOTICE. Tbe nnderslgned, having been appolnted by the Ilooor able Probate Conrt for tbe Dlstnct of Washington, Com mlaslonera, to recelre, examlne and adjnst all clalma and demands of all persons agalnat the estate of Lawaon Ilammett. late ot East Montpelier, ln aald Dlstrtct, de ceaaed. and all clalma exhlblted lu offset tbereto. berebr glre notlce that we wlll meet for the pnrpoeea afonwala, at ine siore 01 n,u,n,e,Aona jnonipeiier, on inein day of March and 3d day of Jnne next, from one o'clock F u. untll fonr o'clock r. u.. each of said days, and that slx montha from tbe 7th day of December, A. D. 1883. ls tbe tlme llmlted by aald Conrt for aald credltora to pre aent thelr clalma 10 us for examlnallon and allowance. Dated at E. Montpelier, thla linh day of Dec. A. D. 1883. 26-28 W.6NYE.B,'Comml"lon,, ROMANCT CDTLER'S ERTATK. U0MMIB8I0NEK8' JfOnCE. Tbe nnderslgned, haring been appolnted by the Ilon orable Probate Court for tbe Dlstrlct of Washington, Commlaalonerv. to recelve. examlne, and adjust all clalms and demands of all peraona agalnat tbe ee tatfl of Komancy Cutler, late of East Montpelier, ln said Dlstrlct, deceased, and all clalma exhlblted ln ofraet therelo, bereby glre notlce that we wlll meet for tbe purpoaea aforeaald, at Nathanlel Cutlet's rrsldenoe ln East Montpelier. on tbe aecond Tuesdayot Jannaryand aecond Tnesday of Mar next. f n m one o'clock r. st. nnttt fonr o'clock r. )f.,eachof aald daya, and that alx montbi from the 2 tb day ot November, A. D. 1883,1a the tlme llmlted by aald Conrt for aald credltora to present thelr clalma to ns for examlnatlon and allowance. Dated at E. Montpel -. thls 24th dty of -Not., A.D. IB6I, OKOltflK II. D1X, 1. rnmi..in. PATK1CK KAjjE'CommHslonerB. 24-26 CUATH,KS E. RinBI.oW'S ESTATK. STATE OF VERMONT, Waahington Dlstrict, aa. In rrobate Contt, held at Montpelier. ln andforaaM Dlstrlct, on the 27th day of Xovember, A. D. 1883: An Instrnment purporting to be the last Wlll and Tfstamentof CbarfeaE. li'gelow, late ot Waitsfield, ln said dl-trlct, deceased, belng presentrdto tbe Court for Probate i It ls orden-d by said Court, tbat all persons eon cerned theieln be notlfied toappearat a srssonot aald Conrt to be held at the Probate Offloa In Montpelier, on the lllb day ot Dec, A. D. 1833, and sbow eause, If any they may hare, agalnst the Probate of aald wlll t for whlch purpose ltls further ordered, that notlce of thla order bepuhllsbed three weeks successlrely ln the Ver mont Watcbman & State Journal, printedat Montpelier' prevlous to aald tlme appolnted for hearlng. By the Court ,Attest, 24-26 A. C. AVERILL, Begiater. CHXOR I.ODflKK'8 KSTATK. STATE OF VKltll QST. Dlstrlct of Randolph, aa. ' In Probate Court, held at Randolph, ln and for aald Dlstrlct, on the 21tb day of October, A. D. 1883 : An lustrument purporting to the last Wlll and Tes tament of ChloeLougee, lte of Williamstown, ln aald Dlstrlct, deoesseil, belng preeented to the Conrt by Qforg" Becsett, tbe Executor thereln named, for Pro bate : 1 1 ia ordered by said Court tbat all persons concemed thereln be notlfied to appear at a sesslon'of aald Court, to be beld atthe lllbhard llouseln Wllllam'town.on the 21sl day of Dec., A. D. 1883, and sbow cause, if any they may bave, agalnst the Probate of said wlll t for wtuoh purpoaoltls further ordered, that a copy of therecord of thla order be pnbllshed three weeks sncoosslvely ln the Vermont Watcbman & State Journal, prtnted at Montpelier, prevlous to said tlme appolnted for hearlng. By the Court Atteet. 24-26 W1LL1AM 11. MCUOLS. Jndge. LYMAN 1!. I) UTTON8 ESTATK. S TATE OF VERMONT. Dlstrict ot Kandolph.aa. ln Trobato Court, held at Chelsea, ln and for aald Dlstrlct, on tbe 15th day of November, A. D. 1883 : Cyrus U. Latbrop, Admln'strator of tbeestatof Ly man 11. Dntton, late of Chelsea. In said Hl-lilct, a ceased, makes appllratlon to aald Court for llcenM to seil all of the real estate of aald, deceaied, repreaenUn thatthe aaletheieof wlll be nweMary for thepayment of the itabta of said deceaied. Wberenpon, it la ordered by said Conrt that said apnllcatlon te ref erred to a aesalon thereof, to be held at Wllllams own, ln said Dlstrlct, on the 21st day of Dec , A. D. 1883, for hearlng and decialon thrreon; and, It la Inrther ordered, tbat all peraoua tn terestod be notlfied bereot, by publtcation ot notlce of aald appUcatlon and order thereon, three weekaaucora alvely ln the Vermont Watcbman & Mtate Journal, a newspaper pnbllshed at Montpelier, and wblcb drcalates ln the nFlghborbood ot thoee lmemted. before said Ume of heartng, that tbey mar appear at said tlme antf plaoe. and, If they see canae, ob)ect thereto. Ily Ul ronrt.AtUit. 24-26 WILLUM II. MCIIOLS. Jndre. TIIOMASP.SAItnKNT'S KSTATK. mtatk OF VERMONT. Dlstrlct of Waahington aa. ln Probate Conrt, beld at Montpelier, ln and ror said Di'lrki, on the 2tih dar of N orember. A. D. 18331 Joaepb Newhall. Executor of the last wlll and teeta roenlot Thomaa P. Sareent, late of Middlesex, ln aald Dlstrlct, deceased, makes appUcatlon to aafct Court, ror llcensetodeed tbe real esuteotaalil deoeaaed. altaated ln Waterbnry, 10 wlt 1 Uelng ihe farm now ocoupl-d by stephen llodge, repreaentlng tbit the deoeaaed waa In hU Ifetlme under contract, bludlng InUw and raulty, to deed the same: and tbit the assets ln tbe hands of tbe executor wlll not Uiereby be so reduoed aa to nrewnt a creiiltor from secorng hla wboH debt or dlmlnUh hla dlrldend. Whereppon. lt la or dered by aald Court, that aald appllcallon berelerred to aseailon thereof. to be held at the Probate OfflMln aald Montpelier, on the !1th day of December, A. D, 1833, for heailniJand declrtoo thereon; and, It la further or dered. that all peraoua Intereated be noUfled bereof , by mibtlcatlon of notioe of aald appllcallon and order tnere on, three weeUsucceealrelyJu tbayermpnt Wab-hman State Jonrnal, anewspapor publlshed at Montpelier, and whlcti clrculatea In tho neighborhooil of thoee tntcr ested, before said Ume of beartng, tbat tbey may apivar at satdtlme anil plare, and, lf they ae cause, objort thereio. By the Conrt. Atteet, 25-27 A. C. AVERILL, Retfster.