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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMliElt 2G, 1883.
8 Wci'kly Nows Sumniarj-. I'ATti'B $48,000 pnlnce concli lmn been com lletcil, and is to bo pont to Montrenl. ATTOnNKV-OKNBHAL Urrwhtku bsB eone to Now Orlonua to proacctitotlio Lonlslnna lottory CftSO. Minnkrota'b butter prodnco lor J883 wlll nearly ro.icb. 18,000,000 ioundp, wortb $5, 300,000. Mn. Bar.num, It la ntated, offera $25,000 preralum ior Ineumnco on lils white olophant for u yoar, Nkw Yoiik Bldermen lmve passod nn oidl nance requlrlug nll eloctrlc wlres to bo lald un derground, Oeoikik Fhancid Tjiain haa refiised Uar num's $50,000 olTer to lectuto ono year ln tbis conntry nnd Ureat Drltain. Thk Va3l1lnRton Xatlonal Vkw (greonback organ) ptibllslies nn attlclo ndvoottlug the nomlnatlon uf Genoral Butter tor tbo presl doncy, Mlis. Anna Sciiocic, afjed forty, keoper of tho home for clilldren at Clilcago, has been ar rested for Htarving nnd raultreatlng tbo chll dreu ln ber clmrgo. A coui'LB ln Sprlngfiold, Mass., mado an economlcil brldal trlp. They bnde adleu to their frlend on one sldo of the traln and ntep pedoff the other sldo and Into a Springfield Tiotel. Heoeiveii I'ltiCE of tho wrocked r-aclfic bank nt Doston has gued the dlrectorn and olllcers of the bank for 51,000,000 or more, holdlng them llable for the acts of tbe ptosldont and othors in wrecklng the bank, Thk genior poatmaster In tho servico ls Honry Iloardaley of North Lanalng, N. Y. He was ap polnted in June, 1828, and has served to thla day uader hln origlnal commlsslon. AU liia bondsmen aro long tlcce dead. Tiir health commlfsloner of Brooklyn has forbldden the ute of antiseptlca called rex inagnua and veuetlan red, The former is com poeed largely of boraclc acld. Nunierotts In gtancea are glyen by the Brooklyn paperg of rerlous and deadly effecta from Ita uae. Youmo Jamea Dlalne la acQuirlng a largo ac uaalntance wlth colleges. Ile has gone through tnree rather hurrledly, complotlng hla course at the facalty'a reriuoat at Georgetown on Tuesday Iast. The degreea granted hira at tbe other two were of the Bame general nature. Manv frlenda of prohlbltlon, largely clergy raon ftom all parta of Maaaachusetta, cill a conveutlon In Tremont temple, Boaton, for Tburaday, to demand " tbat the nmnitfuctn.ro and aale of Intoxlcatlng liquora as a beverage bo prohlbited by a provlalon ln the constl tnUon." General Hancock had a raagnificent recep tlon ln San Franclsco. Five thousand invita tlons were lBimed for the receptlon and the general was eecorted from hla botol to the Pa vlllon by the governor, the mayor, the state and feiioral olllcers, and a deputatlon of the state mtlitla. anotiikji ocean horror la reported. The steamshlp St. Auguatlne, on tho way from Manlla to Llverpool, waa burned ln the great Bay of Blscay on the 10th; and out of ulghty ppraona on ooard, fifty llvea were lost. The nurvivors got to land ln boata or were plcked up by paaaing veaaels. Thk Cantllever brldge ovor tbe Nlagara rlver waa formally opened at Suspenslon Uridge, N. Y., Iast week Tburaday. Ita atrength waa teeted by runnlng over twenty locoinotivea nnd twenty-four cara loaded wlth gravel. Tho cara eztended from one cnd of tbe brldge to the other, covering both tracka. Ten thousand peraong wltneased the teat. Joun L. McMillan, who Ig making a type nettlng machlne ln Illon, N. Y , wlth whlch he uxpectatoaet 0,000 emaan honr, saygthatS500, 000 waa spent on the Alden type-settlng and dlatrlbuting machlne beforo lt waa glven up aa irapractlo.ible, and that 81,000,000 waa waated on the I'.ige machlne, whoae patent right waa gnbscqueutly aold for 810,000. A si'ecial agent of the poat-olllca depart inent has notllied II, II. Warner & Co. of Kochester, N. Y., that thlrty-fiye Iarge aacka of their circulara are In the Boaton nost-ofllce and will bo returned to them by ezpreag at their expense. The clrcalarg, in addltlon to the ad Tertlsement of patent modlcinea, contaln a Iot- tery ecnemo, ana denvery 19 reiusod. A coiii'ANr has been lncorporated ln New York wbich proposes to conatruct a lloatlne theater at a cost of 5250,000. Oneof thetrna- toea gays rlver and coaat townH will be vlaited and nrst-claaa performancoa glven. A stock uiictuv wiu no umuiuyea ana kcih on board all the year round. The veasel will be conatructed on tbe catamaran princlple, and will be callcd the Gladlator. Thk London Standard remarka that tho en ergetlc American life lnaurance companies now actlvelr comnetlnc wlth the home coinnaukg for bueinees ln Kugland mugt modorate tho Uberality of their inducementa. There are Keveral polnta ln their prospectasea whlch will need explanation before tbey can bo acceptod in preferenco to tho consorvattre inethoda based upon gcience and oxperlecce. Thk largett salo of thoroughbred stock ever tnade at a prlvate aale ln any conntry aaa re- cently been made by Meaara. Burlelgh and Bodwell of llallowell, Me , to the Indiann blooded stock comn iny. It nurabers two hun drod bead of imoortod Aberdeon. Aneera and Heretord cattlo. All the cattle had been per sonally eelected by Mr. Burlelgh from tho moat noted herds of Ureat liritaln. Ibe prlce re cclved for the trnnsfer was S93.350. Thk Manitobi Farmora' Union haa adonted resolutlons demandlng the rlght of the local eovernmont to charter a rallway ln Manltoba: to bave absolute control of the ptiblle landa; that the duty on agrlcultural implementa and bulldlng materlala bo reinovod, and the cua toma t-irlff on artlcles of daily conaumntlon grcatly modlfied. A motion was Introduced to appointdelegates tothe Domlnion govornmont 10 Buumit tne aemanus 01 tiie provtncea. Miss Sahiu 1'niLLirs of Norwood, II. I., ia a nunuroa yearg 01a. me rroyiaence journai tays: "Sho livea alone, doea all ber own housoworlc, Baws wood for hor own flre, ana uringg it on ner uacK irora tne woods, She is a constant reader of the Blble and ro llgious booka, reads wlthout glaaaea, and is ready at any time to preach a sormon ui)on any passaga of Scrlpture, which gho often does to thoae gathcred around ber. She ia the laat of her generation. It la a trifle aetonlahlng to hear that Tabor ol Colorado nourlahea pre.Idential hope, means to put up hia llghtnlng rod In 1888, and will do itopenly becauao he doean't belltve In dark borse buslneaa. If ho ia elected we are told that " hia present wlfe, who Ia a lady of veraa tlle talenta aa well aa maiked Deraonal beautv. would appear to great advantage in the Wliite llouse." And she could tlion pay off the etnck-up Uonvor women who have been anub' oing ucr and maKing ho mucn trouble lately. An carthquake shock occurredln Llabon Sat urday at half-paat one a. m,. but was not L-en erally notlced. Thegtrongeat Bhock occurred at half-paat tbree a. m.. and laated twelve sec- onds. Belngaccompaniedby lienvy rumbllnga wiiicn awoKe tne cntire popuiatlon 01 the clty. it caused a pinlc ln the narrow streeta. Some old bulldlnga and a number of chlmneyg were damaged. At Setubal, elghteen mlles gouth eaat of Llabon, the shock waa so sevete tbat raany 01 tne inhabltantg rusliod to the seasnore " I know a man," General Comly gald to a Clncinnatl Enqulrer reporter, " who had 18, 000 gheep on one of tho Ilawaiian Ialanda, for whlch he had been offered one dollar a head. Ho refuaed the offer, expectlng to do much ocuer wiui tuein; mit tnero was a drouglit, and every gheep died for want of water. There w.is abaolutely no posalble way of savlng them Theio are nlaces on tbe lslanda whera ennrm ous plles of bonea mark the ppota wliero cattle iiiva oeen in tne imoic 01 utmKing. llio louu talna dried up, and tuey perished. Tiiit Woman'a Chrlatlan Temperance Unlon ot unio, a lew uaya ago, omclally cliallenged Dr. Dio Lewis to meet the Ilon. John 11. Flnch of Nebraaka ln a geries of Dubllc debatea. anv where ln Ohlo, on the gublect ot the legal pro hlbltlon of the llquor trafllc, Slr. French to fa' vor urohlbltlon and Dr. Lewis to ouDoae lt. The unlon has received a letter from Dr. Lewis ln whlch ho agrees to meet Mr. Flnch at threo polnta ln Ulilo, and ln conclualon he sayB: " I belleve that tho brave, noble tomueranco women of Ohlo are gactlnclug their dlvine caute in an attempt to wln victory througb an aimy 01 conatabiea. 1 suaii ue giaa to partlcl pate ln such dlscusalon, wlth the hope that I may neip to turn tue tuie." Thk poortr clasaos of the clty of Meilco otod Frlday agalnat nlckel money, The riot aroao out ot tho ref usal to recelve nlckel money at 1110 city marKet. inore were at nrst pcr gonal quarrels, thon flring and n general crv of "Down wlth tho nlckel." AU tbe bnalnees bouses were cloaed at once, and tho mob gnrged througb tho stroetg, smaelilDg lampg ana winaows. ine miutary were called out and flred blank uarttldges at tbe rlotera, and finally caralry cbarged througb the crowd Bovoral tlmea. Order was finally restored wlthout bloodehed. Srnatou Saiiin. chatrman ot the renubllcan natlonal commlttee, Is sald to have n mlghty reputatlon among tbo wlld men of tbo frontler. The Btory Is that on a traln lntho far West not long ago a blg cowboygteppeduptoanlnoffon- Blve paanengor, put a platoi to 111s neaa ana roarcd out. " Now l've eot vou. blank blank youl" rb lt shootlng would goon followj there- uon tue senator gprang upon tiio Diiuy, tooK la weapon away and klcked lilm to the other end of the car. Sinre thcn Sabln has had a plfltol battlo trophy to show, and all frontlerB men have conaidured lilin a truly great states man. Thkiik la creat excltoment at Laa Vegas, ow Mexico. on nccount of cold diacovorics. Gold waa found ln navlnir nuantltles on a lot at I lot Sprlngg owncd by a prominent resldent 01 Topeka, Kan., by two minorg wlio were ex cavatlng for a now courtdiouse. The next morulng they were Btaklng out mlnlng clalms In the couit-liotihe yard, aud now tbo hllla and valloyH around Laa Vegas aro gwarmlng wlth gold oeekcra, miiny of whom meet wlth aiic ccb8. A company haa purchaaod an Intereat ln the court-houao yard, and wlll try to develop lho clty la now a mlnlug camp. Among tbe prospoctora are gevoral women. At one of hla lectnres. recentlv. Dr. Krasmus Wibon exhiblted a woman tlilrtv-elcht vears old, and flvo fcet and flro Inclies blgh, whoao treasea, wnen buo etood erect, enveioped uer entlreform ln a golden vell and tralled geveral inclies on the ground. Tbe longest flbrco measurcd elx fcot tbree and one-half luclies. Thirty Incbes la the mean length of the halr ot lemales, and tbree fect la conBldored ot re markable loDgth. Thla lnatance, he sald, was exceeded by two American women, one whoae halr measurcd soven feet and slx inclies. and anotber, tho wlfo of a drugglst ln Phlladelpbla, whoeo luxurlant balr waa almoat aa long, and bo tlilck that when geated on a chair Bhe could completely cover herself wlth It. Sarah BAitNDM," the gatlrical blography t Sarah Bernhardt. wrltten bv hor former frlend, Marle Colombier, hai been the cauae of dnel between friends o the women and ol a tcandalous quarrel between the actreaa and the nnthor, Sarah, incensed becauae elio waa de gcrlbed as a " She Barnnm," aaked the pollce to selzo the book. The pollco replied that ehe mut seek rodress at tbe civil tribunal. Sarab, wlth her son. nroceeded to Mnrle Co- lombler'B residence and struck the autbor ot the book in tbo faco wlth her ridlng whip wlth her full forco. Marle fled, pursued by Sarah, who smaahed everythlng in her way. Mean- wniie tne irienna 01 tue women indiugea in a free flght ln another part of tho liouse. It la Btated that the affair wlll lead to a number of duela. Two women hunters. the Chronlcle ot Val- lejo, Cal., says, were recently encountered by a hpoitaman wno naa gono to an arteeian weu In the Alvarado marahog to nuenoh hla thlrst. They wore tunlcs extendlng to their kneea, long niDuer ooota, nunttng coats and caps, and carrled breech-loadlng sliotguus. At tholr feet lay a plle of toal, widgeon, and rail. Tbey ox plalneu how they came to be hunters. One was extremely dellcate, and atter gradnutlng at a well-known eemlnary ln Almeda comity, was recommonded to taae out-door exerclso as theonly escape from cousumption. Tircd of nlmlesa atrolling, tbe gir), under the kindly tuiorship of her uncle, learned to slioot, and converted a companlon to tho tport, and both are enthusiastlc hunters. Thov kuow the beat duck passes in Almeda county, where snlpe are to bo lound, tue good quuii cover, and seldom return wlthout a generous bag. Ilon. A. S. Hcwltt's Trarcls. Mr. Hewitt. a member of the natlonal houee of renresentattveg from .New lork, lias mado a four months' tourabroad. Heglvea some pleaa ant remlnlaconcea ot what haa been to hlm a very enjoyablo and refresblng vacation. " we have been as far east as tbe Black sea. We vlaited France, England, Germany, Auatria, Italv. Groece. Turkev. Wallachia. Itoumania. and Bulgaria. The trlp has been Intereating and lnatructive. 1 nave traveiea over tne uia Homeric fields that Ulyaaea trod. I bave re- vlved old memoriea of my clasaic tralnlng and recalled tne days wnen 1 was a teacner and torced those assoclatlons on unwilllngBubiecta. 1 nave seen tne wnoie 01 tue uaimatiau and Albanian coaat, been all through tbe lsles of ureece, to ltnaca, wnere uiyeaea waa nnally restored to hla aufferlng countrv. We went to Corfn, and to Corinth, wbere we climbed the old cltadel ot uorintn, we went to Atnens, and saw where bt. l'aul preaclied. and walked under tbo olivo treea where Socrates and I'lato dlscourBed philosophy. We went ln a Grcek steamer down the Argoa. We went to Milo, where the famoua gtatue ol venua was found. We went to Delos where the ruins of the temnle of Apollo cover many acrea. We went through the streets ot Kurlpua, and vli-ited tbe home of the Theasalonlans, to whom St. l'aul addreaaed lils eulatlea. We vUited the btrtuplace ot Alexander tlio ureat, and went to tue loot ot Mount Olyinpus. He went to see the inouks of Athos, who nave been esta'jltsued a tuousand venrs. and wlthln whoae precincts no woman ever set foot. Wo went to the ccene of tho Slege ot Troy, aud saw tbe ruins of at Ieasttwo lemota civillzations. We sailed along tho shorea of tho Black Se3, from whlch now Great Uritain i;ets fnod as well as from us. and from whecco anclent Home fed itself, for lt waa the granary ot the Komana. During all tho trip, wnlcn was mado largely m a pnvato steamer, wlth lelsure to t-tudy men and manners. I came to the conclualon that the greatest mlracle of our time and the most valuable troasuro whlch inankind haa ever dlscovercd la the Government ot the Unlted Statea. in whlch the checks and balancea are to arrangod that white progress Is not only potaiblo, but Ita results certain, the prejudicsa ol popular passion aro kept in iheck, aud only tboao measures wmcii are uest caicuiateo to promote the general welf.iro can by auy posslbillty re celve the aanction of leglslatlon aud of perma nent public judgrnent. I come back not only proud of my conntry, but consclous, more than ever 01 tne auty wiucn resta upon every one 01 ita citlzens to preservo conatltntlonal govern ment in the form and according to the apirlt of ita conception and organizatTon. It ia tho resnlt not merely ot tue wlsdom 01 our latuers, but ot a fortunate clialn of circumatancea whlch never occurred beforo in tho history of the world, and can by no putsibillty occur again. We are not a democratic mob, llke the anclent democracy ut Athens. We are not a puro democracy, such as the French peoplo vainiy imnginotney nave eataDUsuea, 111 wuicu the republlc waa bullt ui)n the plebUclte ot ignorance and passion, But, we have a (edera tion of Independent democraciea expressing their will aud maintaining their interests, not only in proportion to their numbora aa repre seuted in the lower liouse ot congreaa, but aa the peors ot eacli other in the senate, and In tbe executlve denartment we are regulated and limited by n tribunal whoto judgrnent miitt stand tue ordeai 01 nuniic oiunion and couform to tho recognlzed prlnciplea ot juatlco and law, No other country has such a govern ment, but juat as tbey approacn to tlio princl ple of free representatlve government, which we bave socured, do I flnd the people of other countries to ue proaperous ana contontea. Our J)ally IlreaJ. Heavv and aour bread or biscuit havo a vast Influence, through the dlgestive organs, upon the measure ot health we onjoy, How 1m nortnnt to our oreaent happinei-B nnd fnturo usefulneas the blesBlng of good health and a Bound conBtltutlon are, we can only reallze when wo liavo loat them, and when lt ls too late to repair the damage. And yet, notwlth gtnndlng theao facts, tliouaands of peraona In our own clty dally jeopardizo not only their health, but their lives, and tho healtus and Ilves nt others, by uslng nrtlcloa ln tue prep aratton of their tood the purity aud bealthful' ness ot whlch tuey know notmng. reruaps a few cents may have been naved, or lt may have been more convenlont to obtaln the artlcles used, and tho houBekeeper takes tho responal- Dlllty and poaaioiy wiu never Know tue mis cblef that has been wrought. I'ater famllias may bave spells ot headacho, Johnny may iose lils appetlto, Susio may look pale;lf so, the truo cause ls rarelv Busnectod. Tho weather. the lack ot out-door ulr, or some other cause, is glven, and the unwholeaome, polsonous syatom of adulterated food coea on. Next to the llour. which Bhould be made of good, sound wheat nnd not ground too fine, the yoaat or baklng powder, which furniahes the rlsing propertlea, Ia ot the greateat Importance, nnd ot the two we nrefer baklng powder, and alwava use tho Uoyal, aa we thoroby retaln tho orlginal prop ertlea of the wheat, no fermentation tnking placo. The actlon of the Uoyal Baklng Powder upon tho dough ls eimply to swoll lt aud form little cella through every part. Theso colla are filled wlth carbonlc ncld gas, which passes off during tho nrocoss of bakfiig. The Uoyal ls made from puro grape acid, and 11 is tue nction ot tuis acia upon nigniy car bonlzed bicarbonato of soda tbat genorates the gas alluded to; and tbese ingredlenta are bo puro and bo perfectly fltted, tOBted and ndapted to each other, that the actlon Is mlld and por manent, and ls contlnued dutlng tbo whole tlmo 1 f baklng, and no rerldno of polsonouB ingrc dlenta reinalns to ur.dcrmlno tho health, no beavy blscults, no gotir buad, bnt lt dlrcctlons nro followed, evory artlelo preparcd wlth tho lloyal llaklng rowder wiu no lounu aweet anu wholosomo. " It took ono hundred men threo hours to ghovel the gnow off tlto footway of the Brook lyn brldge, when tbe Iast anow storm was over. Sii.vr.u CltiCEK, N. Y., February 0, 1880. Gcnts : I havo boen verv low, nnd havo trled evorythlng, to no advantage. I heard your Hop Blttors rocommended by so many, l cou cludcd to glvo them a ttlal, I dld, and now nm arouud and constnntly lmprovlng, nnd ara nearly ns atrong as over. w. 11. wfalkm. Don'tMiss ItI Wells' "Uough on ltats." Almanacat drugglsta or malled for two-cent starup. E. S. VellH, Jersey Clty. FtWKHAm are expenslve. Avold them by ualng N. K Brown's Iron and Quinlno Blttera. Sold by C. Blakely, Montpelier, Vt. Do not bo decelved;nak for and tako only 1). H. Douglasa k Sons' Capaicum Congh Dropa forcoughg, coldg nnd soio throats. D. S. and trado mark on every drop. Wnr do yon suff er wlth back acbe, paln In tho chest, rheumatlsm, or lamenesa any where, when a llop Plaster wlll surely glve you rollol? Drugglstg eell them; twenty-ffve conts. Skinny Men. " Wellg' Hoalth Iienewer" reatorea health and vlgor, cures dyspepsia, lm potence, sexunl debllity. One dollar. Thk dlaagreeable oporatlonof forclng llqulda Into tho head, nnd tbe uae of exciting snufTs, are being euporseded by Ely's Cream Balm, a cure for catarrh, colda In tho head and bay fever. Prlce fltty centa. Apply Into noBtrlla wlth the flnger. You wlll never rogret eondlng two 3-cent Btampa to pay postage, to A. I'. Ordway & Co,, Boaton, Mais., for a copy ot Dr. Kautmann's great medlcal work; one handrod pages; col ored Uluatratlons; ot great value to every family. To iNVESTOits. Owlng to the temporary rlse of lnterest ratos, D. S. 11. Johnaton & Son are able to offer eigbt per cent till Jannary 1, 1884. See their advertlsement in another column, " Buciiu-rAiiiA." Quick, complete cure, all annoylng kldney, bladder and urinary dlseaaes. One dollar. Druggista. In addition to belng n posltlve diacomfort, cold feet prcdiapose to coughs nnd colds. Keep the feet warm wlth Wllsonia Magnetlc Insoles. Sold by druggiats and shoe dealers. Prlce fltty cents. Made to (it all slzes. Insoles for ladies aro very thin. Bkwauk ok Swindlehs, We have exnosrd. during the laat year, many swiridlers who adver- tise, uuaer tuo namo 01 meaicine, viie com' uounda which only increa;e huinan mffDrlnir. To nll who need a puro mediclne and blood puriner, wo can uoneatiy recommed bulpliur liitterg. Kditor Sun. Mothek Swan's Woh.m Svnci', Infalllble, tasteless, barmless, cathartic; for fevcrishnesa, restieBaneps, worms, conctipauon. Twenty five cents. Only Two Bottleh. Mefars. Johnson, Hol- loway iv (jo., wbolesale druggista of rhiladel' phla, I'a,, roport that BOtne time ngo agentle man handed them .a dollar, wlth a rcqueat to sena a good catarrncure to two.army olllcerg ln Arizona. Uecently the samo gentleman told them that both tho ofilcora and tho wlfo of a well known LT. S, A. general bad been cured ot catarrh by the two bottlea of Ely s Cream uaim. IJu.MOH in the Stomach. Much of tho dia tross and sickneas attributcd to dyspepala, chronlc dlarrhce "and other causes ia occa- sloned by humor ln the stomach. Soveral cases, wlth all the cbaracteriatlca of these comnlaints. have been cnred by Ilood's Sarsaparilla. Other cures euected ny tnis mediclne are ao wonder tul that tbe almnlest statement of them affords tbe hest pzoot t!;at it cosibiaos raro curat.Vo- agenta and wlien once used, secures tuo coa- naence 01 tne peopie. A CLEiiovMAN, whose life was nlmost a bur den to lilin, from a lonx courao ot suiTering he had undorgouo, through that dreadfal dlseaso, catarrh, travelcd tlirough tho East, sceking from tho old and skllled doctors ot Arabla. some remody fur thia terrible dlseae. Ile was fortunate enough to come ncrosa one, who urescilbed for him. and who. atter he was cured, gave hlm the recipe, which has since saved bo many. 1110 roverend oivine, on nia aeatii-uea, ucqueaiueu tne rccme to a lrienu, who la wllllng to send lt free of chargo, to all auiferers who deslro lt. Address, J. Lanrenee, 250 Schermerborn St., Brooklyn, N. Y. tjffiirhctti. Vormout Jlnrkcts. llUlSTOI, rhe butter niarket waa nnlte Mvelv for thla tlineof tho year. HullerH0ldat2l.'tQ1 1b: egga, 3:ol dozen; chlckens, UQIic tl Ri; turkeya, 15J0c t pound. VEROENNES. The attendanue waa not larce. and prlcea were lower, Butter aold at2)ft25c V lb; Octotier in,ike2627oMhi iL'g.'Jlkitl dozen; poiiltry, IJfilSo ?tft;beana, tmiM imvipl; beef, setKc l lb: pork, 5Ji86c V lt ; hay, $7Q9 V ton. MON ri'ELIKH. The niarket anema to brlshteu nn aomewhat. I'rlcea retnaln unchanged. We nuote butter. summer, iila 11 lb; fall ae!ectlona,25J7a l tb; fgga, 28c l dozen; cheae, 13a Vt lb; iKtntoun. 31o Vbualiell hoga, fiUo lb, du'feclj laiiiba. 4Jo 1 lb, hve; bw-f, 56c V iD,aieae.lj lard, 12c 11 lb; ihlckena, li'Viu ff 10, lUIKUyi, io.vu fl 10. NORTHFIELD. shiimienta laat weekt Twelve hoja. 400 aheep and Inmba, 21 cattle, 4 calvea, 7.710 Ita of lKMlllrv. 43 parkrtg! of butler. Quntatlon: lloga, 4I fiic'll lb; oalvea Jctl lb; aheeji, 2H3Jo l lb; Iwna.a &Wc l lb; vhlckena, lOu V tb; tuineya, lullo y lb; Ititrldb:es, 'i5jench; butler, lotmdjlrls, 20Jic; vtlec lloua, '.'326c V lb ; yg,:3i; )1 duztn. JJoston 1'rotluco Market. E(10. We nuota f reah eaatern at 31(T41 'c. held atoefc RtSJSQJlc, Vermout at 29(30c, and weterii at 28JS30O 1 llozeu, CIIKERE C.oo.l to iholce northeni .-ll at inta 13c, weatern al llJfjr2);c, aage at HQllifo 1 lb, and lower grades accoruiug to quallty. II AY. Cholce urtuie aPlla at S16ff17. medluin to con.1 at I1IB15, cholfeeaaiern fine at flaQll.poor at J 12 l'OTATOES. Eaatern Itoaesell at 45fJ5ic. Arooatock Roae at 4bVlc. northern Itoae at 4ISo, and llurbauk Needltoga aud l'rollrlca at IHJVlo V bushel. 11EANS Larse hand-ulnkeil t'ea betna aell at Si fACh 2.b0, cholce New Vork ainill hui l-plcked doatt.'.GOQ 2.75. commoii to good at $2.4)J.A5, do Venuont at 9;.eu(9;.u, cnoice acreent'ii nu av 9j.ju9J.t9, iierman niedluiu beauaat S2.'.i.'f-.3 hand-pickeil inedlumat $.'..W(3J.60, chol(acreene. do at tiXdl.W, cominon do at $cc2.20, cholce tmpioved yellow eyea at S3.2U0 3 25, old-faabloned yellow eyea at S3 1J1.'.'U tl bushel, BUTTER. Wequote cholce fresh-mado creainery at 343(c, fancy hlgber, fair to good creainery at Xiift33c, cholce lce-houve do at 2l27c, northpru do at 2ltt$'J7c, weatern dalry at 18(i.'2c, ladle-pnckcd at 1M3I7C, talr to good at 12011c, freah northern creami-ry al 31ISc, f reah v ,'eimont and New Vork dalry at 1(i:(,c, Franklin rojniyao ni btcgjic, rair 10 goou ar i-utjijn, aira dulrlta at 2023u,nml fair togooil at 17lo11 poui LIvo Stock Mnrkot. The following la a telegniphlo reiwrt of the llva aUK'k maiket at WaU'rtown and llilghton for tbe week endlng Tuemlay, December 25, 1S83) Cattle. Shtfp, lloot. Caltti. At market thlB weck 1.630 9,157 15.513 137 " " laat week 3 4U7 9,Mi'l 20,585 3 t " " one year iigo.,.. 2,273 9,3:8 18,170 184 l'ltlCKS, Kitra fat and heavy premlumoien.SS.OCCt 8.50; tlrat nuallty, J7.(i7..V); aeoond qualtty, Jti.nnt 6.50! thlrd nuallty, 5 0Vt45.50 per 100 fba on total weight of hldo tallnw and dreaaeil beef. A few cholno alngta palra,4.iH(t9.50Mcwt. lliilla.ftc., II 0dl.50. Worklng oien, SliiOWJOO V palr. Hteera, 1756125. Mllch cows. .'O.lKI038.lHl; enragocal, JI0tm4l8.tiu, wlth or wlthout calvea, aa may beagreed; farrow uudordlnary, 917.00 32.CO. Hlorea, yearllnga, 12.0HB20.li0 Iwo-yTOrHilitT. 1 1 4.00QW.OO ; threo-year-olda, I Jl C0Q 1 1.00. Hhecp, 2)i 4),'oi eitra. 6eo V lb-or i ! 505.,mi T)l beail. Uii tKbkur!1'- Fat hoga, 5e6,'o II tb. Sbotna, retall 50IUO H lb, Northern drwwed hoga, (tUo V lb Veal calvea, 3) 7JJo fl fb. Ilrlaliton hidea, 7S71.o! country lota.b'saTo. Calf aklna,ll2u Tfi lb. Tuliow, f)ft6o lb ; country. 45o. l'elta wlth wool on, 75o (il.'Aleach; country lota, 75C0J 1,20. Dalry sklna, jun 500 each. REMARKA. Thla la a brokenwetk for tlie sale of llreatoek. Tho supply of cattle was very llgbt, aral there were but few buyers preaent. There waa souie thlngdolnglu weateui during the week and pilces. aa (araa weean learn, remaln unchangetl, lhe run Iast week waa heavy ln country cattle, and buyera luveateil lllierally to lii over thls week. lhe demand was com paratlvely Uglit, Uathaway ,ts Jackaon aold Ave weat- nrn atfera. avprnFM I.?I4 ttid. nt ui lt Ih. Ilvn nUMn averagn 1,582 Iba, attLloilcwt.andeleveii.average 1.7llJ tV, al 1,11. 11 tK, lnvrllnall U ururu ...1,1 ... Iba.alMic 1 Ibt two yearllng bu la were aold for atore at $19 V tieadi lt. (I. Kluibau "old two ataga, welehlng 2,710 Iba, at 4o V tb, llve. Mllch cowa rufixi steady aa quoteii. Thesbeepmaiket remalns unrhanged, as far aa prlcea are concn ned. There waa but few offered and very few called for, Sllm sheep aold che an. Uouibs ,t Farrar aold aflne lot of one hundred and foity-oneooa-setta, welgtilng 1,210 fba, at 60 )1 lb, 1'onltry aold at lO0lioVa,wlUilW)Iboni.ile, ' In Montpelier. I)po. JO.Iit ur. I). K. MlHor. HMri It. ltnnnell and Mr. I.aur& J, JtcDermlJ.both ot Mont pelier. In Monttwller. Ifc 21. hr tiev. it. V.. Miller. .in.i.h Vlmpaon Rnd AdeUde h. lUtclieiJtr.botli ot Eatt Mont pelier In ItOChOflcr. Dec. 18. Chpnter l'lerrn n,1 Vll.n t. Aobley, In Notthfleld. Nov. JO. Wlllluna Illrlclniuin an.l M,r, E. IIIlllKrd. In Itlchford. 1)PC. 18. Helbv A. r'tnTnland and Klili Arkley, both ot Newport. In Ilrldport.Ww. 10, A. W. Foote of Cornwall and Kate 11. Nichola ot llrldport. In Dradrord. Dec. 19. John E. I'aia nt lirmlfnni nd Mary K. Hutton ot Topahain. In lUndolnh. l)en. I. II. I). trnrd nf KrnnVn1,1 an.1 Carrle A. White ot Itandolpli. tn lllsbcrat.p. Ilpp. 1(. tfArlmrt M. .lll nr Vrnvilr. and llottlo L. Crosi ot Highgate. In Ilralllebnro. Dea. 20. I). O. Keefe and Della. At.. bott, both ot Went Dummerston. In Wcat Concord. Dec. 12. Kred A. llrewer and Rnaln A. Harvey, both of Weat Concord. ln Ialand l'ond. Dec. ls. Lorenzo Albee and Mra. Clara Wyatt, both ot Ialand t'ond. In Hvdo l'ark. Dpc. 15. Hcnrv P. Htinler and Lotttn O. Htory, both ot Mancheater, N. II, In Itlchfonl, Dec. 11, W. (1. Armatrong of Fiilford, 1 Q and U. i:. HoUlen ot Hutton, I'. Q. ln Ilrattleboro. Dec. 17. Chnrlea W. Drummond and Julla K. Dunklee, both ot Ilrattleboro. ,11 n.i uuiiuauuij, ,c; ii. r iniiiw ui uniicjr nm, Mary O Larma, both of St. Jonnabury. In I'lyinonthUulon.Dco. H.MIIon L. Wllllaof I'ly mouth and Mary K. rollard of lteadlng. T u r r. W . I. .. H I - t" . 1 . t, Tl . 1 In Annll (Irove. I'. ().. Dec. 12. F. I). Itadier. M. II . of aat Charltaton and Mary I, llnrvey. In Weat Concord. Dec. 12. Ilatkell A. Tllton and Nellle M. Wrlght, both of Weat Concord. tn Brattleboro. Dec. 19. John M. White of Worcester. Maaa.,and Llzzle J. Whltaof Wardsboro. In Hyde l'ark, Dec. 12, Harvey J. Hurd of ClintOD, Conn., and Ilarrlett M, l'agoof Morristown. In Weat Norwich. Dec. 17. Ijvror S. Walhridire. Jr.. and IlAttle K. Uallard, both ot Weat Norwich. In Wallingford. Dec. 20. Charlpa W. RhlnnT of npl- lows Falls and Allce L. (lates ot Wallingford. In West Randolph, Dec. 17. Charlea A. Ilrown of Pittsfield and Kllen f. Ilaaa ot West Randolph, ln Houth Londonderry. Dec. fi. Hamnpl J. Walker of Orafton and Mlnnle II. Lamphere of Windham. In Ware, Maaa., Dec. 6, Atuiaa W. (lates of Alstead, N. II., and Carrle A. Ilruckway of llollowa Falla. In llrookflpld. Dec. , by Rev. Wllllam Uay, Kdgar Alvord of Uroobneld and Carrle A. White of Randolph. In Wells Itlver. Dec. 20. Ilenry II. Lee. M. I).. of Weat Rtewartatown, N. II., and KaUe tl. Deialng of Wells inver. Oapital Hall, One IViglxt Salurday Evening, December 29. THE 0RIGINAL American Staff and Hand Bell Ringers, & Comique Novelty Company WITH NEW AND BRiLLIANT PROCRAMME. L,ITTIS3 KITTI12 SPiHriaBIM C?l 'l lic rcinarliablc Cbild Articte, will positivcly nppear nt cacb Kntert.ilnment in lie'l, Xyioiibouo nnd Glocl.ctisjiicl Solo.s. l'lrt HpiH'aiancc wltb tbis Company ot tbo l'etitonnd Itcfltied Skctclt nnd Spetially Artlstn, riiiitircii, Conis. Atimission, :. Doois opou nt 7 :30. Conccrt nt 8 o'clock. I'l'ck'H I'nlrnt Tutiiilnr Cu-hldiii il l.nr Drunw puro DeufiicsH ln nll atacoa. Itccoiniiieiided 1y Hclentlth' lni'ii ot r.uMipe nnd Aini'itca, W'liln tor tltvutrated tlexcrlptive- twoktxiul tcatiiiiiiiiiiilafiuiu ilnctoiH, Jiidr-i, miiilstctH ainl piomlhcnt meii nnd women whn liavr been riutd, uud whn frA'e ;ifc(Tui'' ii recomtnentlluu them. TIm'V at iiiiKeen whtlo ln uae. coinfort.'ihlo tn weiir. nnd luako a lieiuiaiu'iit eurc. Aildii-HH.- WKftT & CO., 7 Slurruy M., Nc -Voi k, Aarcntn for South nnd Wot. . GARRIAGE MAKERS, This is Worthy of Your Notice. Ilis Gooley laifacii Go Ia uow ren.y to rtll orden. for tbe t'elebrMeri Cooley Sand-Box Carriage Axle! Theonly sureAml proctlcable protectlon ln the market agatURt nantt, tllrt or inmt. o manufacturer can atlorj to tnftWooarrtageB wlthoat thls litientton, ant no pur chawrof a carrtnK' or wagon v, buy a vebtclo wltuout tbis protectlon, II lie known ftnytiilnn of tU merltf. Tlila axle wlUrnn fourttmen as lonu wlthout olllng as any ottier axle ln nte, becaimt JVIiuI nml Snnd nre Ufvt from tlie Journai, Lght,$mple, durable. Wben tbe carrlape ln flnlehed the liresence of tbe ranilbox can ttodetecteit only by clone lncttertlon, 'Jbe ailftn are of the bwt Ameilcan lron r Hes?mer teol. Kvery one warran'eil. Ihey are worlby of lo8iecUon and trlal. Send foriircutar and prtce llnt. Chilled Iron Slcd Shoes, wlth noftoenters, u npfolalty. ltrni nd lron captltitff tunMer lron reialrn and geuerrtt muhlni work ilouo wlth itiApatch. Capital Hall, One Nignt Onlyl Wednesday, Deoomber 26. -WITll 1UK- MERRIE-MAKERS Aml SpfcliUtv Coiiirvuiy of Adult pntout the new Com e Opera. BIJOTJI Ititroluclug otnt, IinrH", Iuftt, rtc F.vprv one niiouiii h ijonntiensuiu lamienune. ThaTvrftlftttn ViiriMrH, iiih ui(itiit-iiiiniii uiiuuti uio ClUriCtiUUH COHtUliUH, UlllltllOKIC.it C0RINNE QUARTETTE I Tlckels now ready al 1'lilnney's. Unljr .IK Hliil BO eut Doors open at7i lb; eitoniiance at i w r. w. In Mt. Ilolly, Dec. 13, Ilenry Ilent, 60. In Ilarre, Dec. 29, Joseph W. Nortlj, 84. In I.udtow, Dec. lt, Emma Connors, IS. In Ilcldgenaler, Dec, 12, 1'ercls Ruaa, 07. In Danville, Dec. 16, F.dgar rillabury, 3J. in Wardsboro, Dec. lt, Mra, Moaes Bmllli. In Chester, Dec. lt, Thomas J. Fnllam, 70. In Worcester, Dec. 23, Jobn Rlchardaon, 89, In Mt. Ilolly, Dec. IS, Mra ltnalna K. Flah. In Ilrattleboro, Dec. 17, Mra. Mary I'acker, In l'lymonth, Dec. 17, Mrs. Rotana Allard. In Guilford, Dec, 17, IlfnajAh Kdwards, 83. In Itrandon, Dec. 20, Horace I'armenter, 81. In Newport Center, Dec. 15, Ira (Julmby,CI. In Fairlee, Dec. 16, Mrs. Amandt Jenklns, 71, In Stockbridge, Dec. 16, Mrs. Rnfua Mack, 59, In Winooski, Dec. 20, Mrs. Sarah lllossom, C5. In Mctndoea, Dec. 14, Mrs. Worcester Ilunt, 63. In Middlebury, Dec. 4, Mrs. Emellne N. TIMen. In llurllngton, Dec. 20, Mrs. Danlel I). Sulllvan. In Bouth Royalton, Dec. 16, Carey C. Foster, 35. In Brattleboro, Dec. 16, Oeorge C. Lawrence, 71. In Lunenburgh, Dec. 12, l'hoebe (Bartlett) Carleton, 41. In Houth Londonderry, Dee. 17, Mra. Warren Al drlcli, Jl. In St. Albana, Dec. 21, Margaret Maynr, wlfe of E. C. Uallar, 43. In Guilford, Dec. 9, lnfant son of Frank E. and Nettle H. Jacot.1,2. In AacutneyTllIe, Dec. 15, Mlnnle J., only eblld of I.. II. BaUey, 17. In Ialand l'ond, Dec. 13, flcorge Ilenry, only cldldof N. II, Lougee. In Bradford, Dec. 19, Lealle Tage, only chllJ of Oeorge 1', and Emlly J, Arthur, 9 montha. In Monaon, Mass., Dec. 9, Ilenry R. Olynn, 50. Dec. 10, Joaepb T. Olynn, 81. Iloth formerly ot l'ntney, In Waterbnry, Nov. ll.Mra. I'atty JI. Davenport.wlfe of Captaln Zerah UUla, 86 yeara, 3 months and 6 days, In Sutherland Falla, Dec. 17, Mrs. Sarah J. Dutlon, wldowof the late Ilon.S F. Dutton, and mother ot Mra. Redfleld Troctor. In Moretown, Dec. 14, Mrs. Lncy (Templtton), wlfe ot Jobn Cook, 74. (loneloreatl Llfe'a work la o'ar, Paln and aorrow felt no more; Thougb to ua come loas and paln It Is her eternal galn. Oonetoreatt In tbe better land, Wlth the falthful onea at Uod's rlght hand, Wbere he wlll wlpe all teara away And darkneaa turn to endleaa day. Cone to reat I On that evergreen shore, Wlth the loved onea gone before; May the loved onea left behlnd I1T and hy that aama reat Rnd. Makt. SPAULDIXGS rt'nis. JJcscrvctl Scnls, .'i0 Cents. riilCI). I), STIIA1FIN, Gen'l Agciit. rptl (lEORdE R. CIIAI'MAV, E8Q.,a Jmtloe of the JL l'eace wtthlu and for tbe county of Wludaor and staie of Vennont : Wh, nilm I. Clutndlerof Woodstock, ln aald county of Windsor, and llelen M. Clitudler of Chlcago, In the atateof Illlnola.do hereby rrquet you towarnameet-li-g of the proprlelors of lhe undlvlded land ln the tonn ahlp of Averill, In lhe county of Eex and state of Vermont, to act uiion lhe following matters : 1. Tochoosaa loilerator. 2. Tochooioa I'ropiletoia' Clerk. 3. To chooae a Treaaurer. 4. To see If they will dlvlde all or any part of the un dlvldedtand ln aald townahlp Into aeveralty among the proprletora. 5. To aeo If they wlll make a survey and allotment of aald undlvlded land. 6. To chooae a Surveyor to aurvey the aanie. 7. To aea If they wPI ralao a ta to defray the expenae of auidi aun'ey and altotuient. 8. To appoint a Collector to collect sald tax. 9. To eee If they wlll t.ke any , aud what, legal measurea for the recovery of damagea ag ilnat auy peraona by rea aonof cuttlug tlmtipr upon aald undtvtded land, and to prevent and enjoln any uatty or partlc from cuttlng tlm ber orolherwisecommltttng damage thereon ln future, and to accure tothoproprlety accountlng by any co-pro-prletora forcmttug tlmber thereon, and for enjolnlng ihem from cutllug tlmber thereon lu future, and to ap point an attotney for that pnrpoae. Ol'lVKIt 1'. CIIASDLEIt. llr'I.E.S M. CIIA.SDLER. Woodstock, December 12, 1883. VTOriCE. Whereaa, the forcjolng appllcatlon haa JA been made to me, a Juatlce ot tlie l'eace wtthlu and for theoounty ot Windsor, ln lhe atate of Vermont, by the proprletora of aiore than oue-alxteenth part of the undlvlded lnad In tbe townahlp of Averill, ln the county of Eaaex and atate of Vermont, calllng for a meetlngof lhe proprlelora of aald land. Now tlie proprletora of tbe nndivtded land ln aald townabln of Averill are hereby notlfled aud warned to meet at tlie Court llouae ln Guild hall, In sald countv of Kaaex, on Filday, the nrst day of r'ebruary, A. I. 1884, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, to act upon each and all of the mattera mentloned and act forth In tbe furegoln appllcatlon ot Ullver 1', Chandler and llelen M. Chandler. (Itven under my hand at Woodstock, In the county of Windsor, thla 2M day of Deci mber, A I). 1883. 28-3(1 OEUROE lt. CII W'MA.N, JttUceof l'eace. PATENTS Obtalneil, and all ottier bnalneaa In the U, H. 1'atent Ofllea atlende.t to for MODEHATE Ourclllcela opposite the U. . I'atent Olllce, and we can nbtalu l'atfnla tn lesa time than thoae remote from WAsmsaros. Hend 110DF.L Olt Z).t I17.V0. We advlae aa to palentablllly freeor rlmrge; anduemakeA'U CIIAIIOE V.SLKSS II A' OHTAIS PATEST. We refer, here, to the 1'oatinaater, tlie Bupt. of Money (Irder Dlv.. and tn nirlclala of lhe U. rl. 1'atent Ottlce. Eor clrcular, advlce, terma, and tefcrencea to actual cll- enia in your own ntate or couuiy, wiue iu V. A. SNOW & CO., Opiislte l'alent Ofllce, Waf hlngton, I). C THE TROY MFNEELY BELL FOUNDRY. Clinton H, Meneely Bell Compani, TROY, N. Y Manufacturea auperlorqualltycf ltella. Oldest Work- men. (ireaieei r.xpenenoe. uirgeai Trade. fiiMvial at' lunllnn olvnn In llitirrli ItnllM. 1 lliiatrutA,! Intul.i IlluBtrated Cauiogce maueu rreo. nooil Vkt tor A centa. IJlon to 0300 )er inu. iiiniln lllnir iiur iliie Itiiuka nnd lllblea. vt rne to o. u, nicuurny s i;o I'muuieipuia, i Stv JldverfiBemetifs. J. G. EMERY "Would invitc purcliasere to an cxiiminution . of the new and very complete stock of desira- blo goods, consisting of somo of tho newest and best styles of Decorated Dinner and Tea Ware, in Stone. China and Ivory body ; Tea, Supper, Des sert and Berry Sets; Fancy Cups and Saucern, 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 dcliers, Umbrella Stands in Pottery, Cuspidores in Lava and China ware, Bread and Milk Sets, Smokers' Sets and some other things. COME AKD SEE. CJoods shown with pleasure. Opposite Post-OfRce, State Street, Montpelier,Yt. AV. SI'ltAOUK'S KSTATK. COMMIHNIUNKK' SOTICE. Tbe nnderslgned.havtngbeenappolnted by the Honor able Frobate Conrtforthe Dlatrlct of Washington, Com mlaalonera, to recelve, examlne and adjust all clalms and dcmands of all peraona agalnst tbe eitate ot A. F. Bprague, late of Cabot, In aald Dlatrlct, deceaaed.and all cfalma exhlhlblted ln offaet tbereto, hereby glve notlce tiiat we wlll meet for the pnrpoaes aforeaald at the atore of Sprague & Wella, ln Cabot, on lhe 4th day of February and lat day of July next, from ten o'clork a. M. untll fonr o'clcck r. i., each of aald daya, and that slx months from tbe 4th day of December, A. D. 1883, la the ttme Umlted by sald Conrt for aald credltors to pre sent tbelr clalma to ua for examlnatlon and allowance. Dated at Cahottlv 19Ui day of December, A. D. 1833. 28-30 OEORC1E WOOSTER, Commlsflonars. OlilVKlt DUTTON'S KSTATK. COMilltlS10IER3, NOTICE. The nnderalgned, bavlng been appolnted by tbe Ilon orable I'robate Comt for tbe Dlatrlct of Randolph, Commlaalor,era, to recelve. examlne, and adjoat ali clalma and demanda of all peraons agalnst the ea tate of Ollver Datton, late of Urookfleld, In aald Dlatrlct, deceaaed, and all clalma exhiblted ln offaet thereto, hereby glve notlce that we wlll meet for the Curpoaea aforeaald, at Orange county hotel, ln aald helaea, on the lat day of May next, from one o'clock p. M. untll four o'clock r. M. of aald day, and that alx montha from the 16th day of Xovember, A. 1). 1883, la lhe time Umlted by aald Court for aald credltorB to pre sent their clalma to ua for examlnatlon and allowance. Dated at Chelsea, thls2!strtavcr December, A.D.1S83. JOHN 11: !!fco".v,comrolsstoners. 28-30 ITtmVAKD McKlJMfY'S KSTATK. !i COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. The nnderslgned.havlng been appolnted by the Hon orable I'robate Court for the Dlatrlct of Washington Coinmlasloners, to recelve, examlne. and adjuat all clalma and demanda of all peraona agalnst lhe eatate ot Edwatd McElrov, lateof Waterbury, ln aald Dlstrlct, deceaaed, and all clalma exhiblted ln oflset tbereto, hereby glve notlce that we wlll meet for the rurposea aforeaald, at tho dwc111nghonae of E. U. llufe, ln Waterbury, on the IJth day of January and 17th day ot May next, from one o'clock p. m. untll four o'clock r k each of sald daya, end that atx months from the 27th day of November, A, D. 1883 la the time Umlted by aald Court for aald credltors to present their clalms to ua for examlnatlon and allowance. Dated at Waterbnry, thla 24th.day of Dec., A. D. 1333. K. II. HIWK. .,,... 2S-30 V. V. ROI1IN80N, $ " PUILUItA rOWKKS' KSTATK. COMMISBIONERS' NOTICE. The nnderalgned, bavtng lieen appolnted by the Honor able rrobate Conrt for the Dtatrlctof Waabtngton, Com mlaalonera, to recelve, examlne, and adjuat all clalma and demanda of alt peraona agatnat lhe eetate of Phllura l'owera.late of Wnrrtn. tn aald Dlstrlct. deceaaed. and all clalma exhiblted ln offset thereto, hereby glve notlce that we wlll meet for lhe purposea afcreaatd, at lhe reaiaence ox ruuura i owers, laie oi warren, on ine 19th day of January and 10th day of June next, from ten o'clock a. ii. untll four o'clock r. M each of aald days, and that slx montha from the 8th day of Decem ber, A. 1)., 1681,11 tbe time Umlted by sald Court for sald credltora to preaent their clalma to ua for examlna tlon and allowance. Dated at Warren, thla 15th day or December, A.D. 1683, WILSON A. AVERILL.l 0nmm,,,lon, 27.29 JOIIN C. (ILEAhO.V, l-ommisaioners. CIIllISTOl'IlKK C. I'AINK'S KSTATK. COMMISSIOSERS' NOTICE. Tlie underalgned, having been appolnted by the Ilonor able I'robate Court for the Dlstrlct of ltradford, Com intaslonera, to recelve, examlne, and adjust all clalma and demanda cf all peraons agaluat the esute of ChrlsUpber C. t'alne, late of Topsham, In aald Dlstrlct, deceaaed, ano all clalms exhiblted tn effstt thereto, hereby glve ccUce that we wlll meet for lhe purposea aforeaald. at the dnelllng.house of Sally J. ralne In Topsham, on tbe thlrd Wetlneaday of January and second Tueaday of June next. from ten o'clock a. m. nnttl four o'clock p it e;un or sant daya, aua thai slx monina rrotn tne day of December, A. I). 1833. la the Urae Umlted by sald Court for aald oredltora to present thetr clalms to ua fo examlnatlon and allowance Dated at Topsham, tlilal.'ttirtajor I)fcember,A.D.18Si. Ull.li,r.n 1 uuui.,1 PrtmmfMlrth.M 27-29' A. TlI.L0TiO, j CAIVIX DENSJIOKK'S KSTATK. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. The underalgiied, having been appolnted by the llonor ahte I'robate Court for tbe Dlatrlct of Washington, Coiu tnlsslonera, to recelve, examlne, and adjuat all clalma and demanda ot all peraons agalnst lhe eatate ot Calvln Dejsmore, late of Ilarre, tn aald Dlatrlct, deceaaed, and all clalms exhiblted ln offset tbereto, hereby glve notlce that we wlll meet for the purposea afort-aald, at thedwelllng-house of Celeatla Dtnsmore, on the 7th day of Aprll next, from one o'clock untll four o'c'nck r. ., on aald day, and that slx montha from tbe 8th dayof Oelobtr. A. D., 1811 la lhe time Umlted by aald Court for aald credltora to preetnt their clalms to ua for examtna tlon and allowarce. Dated at llaire. thla 1st day of December, A. D. 1883. lt. E. l'ATTEllSON. ) (.1,ui0nera 26-28 W. E. WU1TCOMII. f Lu'mlloner8. IAAVSON IIABIMKTT'S KsTATK. J COMMISSIONEKN' NOTICE, 'lhe nnderslgned.havlng been arpoliited hy lhe Uonor able I'robate Court for tbe Dlatrlci of Waalilngton. Coin mtaalonera, to recelve. examlne and adjust all clalma and demanda of aU peraona agalnst the. eatate of Law son llammett, lateof East Montpelier, In k td IUtnri, de ceaaed, and all clalms exhiblted ln cffset theieto. kerebr glve notlce that we wlll meet for lhe puriH.aea aforeaald, at the atore of W. O. Nye, North Mor.tieller, on lhe lat day or Marcli and 3d day of June next, from one o'clock p m. untllfour o'c'ock i, u,, each ot aald das, and that slx montha f roin tbe 7tti day of Decemtier, . I). 1SS3, thellme Umlted by sald Court for aald creoitnra to pre sent tlu-lr clalms to ua for examlnatlon nnd dlowaure Dated atE,. Montpelier, thla Ktliday of Dec. A. D 18SJ 2f,-23 W.IU.CS V E,KN ' Comml.alouera SAMUKI. A. lilCKKKHAN'S KSTATK. STATE Ob' VERMONT, Randolph liltrlct as. ln I'robate Court, held at WlUlamstown, In a.ild Dla trlct, on lhe21at day of December, A. 1). 1881 Jamea M . Ilaaa, Admlniatrator of lhe eatate of Pamue A. Dlcketman, ln aald Dlstrlct, deceaaed, prfaenla hh admlnlatratlou account for examlnatlon anu allowance, and makes appllcatlon for n decree of itlxtrtbutton aud iiartltlon of theeatateof aald deceaaed, Whereupon, lt la ordered by Bald Court, that satd account and sald ap pllcatlon bereferred to a aeaalou of aald Court, tobe held at the Illbbard Ilonaaln Williamstown, onthelSlhdayof Jan A.D. 18S4, for hearlng and declelon thereon And, It la fmther ordereil, that notlce hereof be glven to all peraona. lntereated, by publlcaUon of tlie aanie tbree weeka succeaalvely ln Tlie Vennout Watchman, a newspaper publlshed at Monteller, prevlous to sald time appolnted. for hearlng, that they may appear at sald ttme and place, and ahow cauae, It any they may have, wliy sald acconnt ahould not be allowed and aucb decree made. Ily the Conrt. Atteat, 28-3Q W1LLIAM 11. N1CI10L3. Jude. STATK OK VKHJKINT, RANDOLPH DISTRICT, SS. In Protiate Conrt, held at Williamstown, In aald Dla tilct.on the 21it day of December, A. D. 1W.1i Jamea M Ilaaa, Truatee ot llw dlstrlbuteil sbarea ot Davla H. White and Ablgall I' White, helrs of Allcn White, lateof Williamstown, lu aald Dlstrlct, deceaaed preaents hla account as Trnatee afnrmed, and makea ap pllcatlon for a decteo of partltlon and dlatrlbntlou of the truat eatate ln hla cuatody. Whereupon, It m viiwini uj miii v,uu, uiai aaui aii-ouni ana aaiu ap-, pllcaUon be referrcil to a aeealon of aald court. to be held at the Illbbard llouae ln Wllllaimtown, on thelSthdayof Jauuary, A. 1), 1881, for hearlng and declslon thereon.' and, lt la (nrther ordered, Uial notlce hereof be glrtpi to all persona lntereated, by publlcaUon or the aauie Uiiee weeka snccwaively ln The Vennont WatcbmMO. & newspair publlahed at Montiieller, prevloua to sad tune appolntM for beaitng, that they may arpear i't baiu viiuo sun piace, naii vuow cause, u any uiev bave, wby sald acoonnt sbould not be allowed, and ibv rr J nd ico oeeree inatle, llv lhe conrt Attest. 23-30 WII.LIAM II. NICUOLS, Judg I- OIIIKA I.. Il.IANK KSTATK. J STATE OF VERMONT, Dlatrlotof Washington. In I'robate Court, held at Montpelier, In aald Dlatrlct, on the 21th day ot December, A. D. 133 i Joel r'oater, Admlniatrator of tbe eatate of I.oui-a L, (ltlman, late of Montpelier, ln aald Dlatrlct, tl( oeaaed, preaenta hla admlnlstrattAn account for ex amlnatlon anil allowance, and makea appllcatlon for a decree ofdlatitbutlou and lwutlt'on of the eatate of aald deceaaed. Whereupon, It Caonterod byaald Court, that aald account and sald appllcatlon te referred toa soaslon tbereof, tobe held at lhe I'robate Olllce ln aaldMont- Kller, on the 11th day ot January, A. I). 1181, for hear g and declalon thereon. And, It la further ordered, Uiat notlce hereof be glven to all persocs lntereated, by publlcatlon of the aanie threo wetki aaoceaslvely lu the Vermont Watchman A Btate Journai, a newspaper publlahed at Montpelier, prevloua to sald time ap polnted for hearlng, that they may appear ataald llnie and place, and show cause, If any tbey may have, wby aald account ahould not be allowed, and such decree made. By the Court. Atteat. 28-30 A, O. AVERILL, RegUtex.