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VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER lti, 1892.
7 latrfeman Jcunrnal. WKDNK8DAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1888, Tliiiiik-ith inir r-rnrlamatlon. The glftn cif Und to our ponple ilurliiK tlin pant yeer liave been M almntlant anil no epoeial (hattlin Hplrit o( ilevout tliaiiknglv iiiK awaita not a call, biit only the appolnt ment f a ila.v when It may liave a coiiuiion expremlon. He liait Htayeil tlie pemilencn at OUT doOT j lie lias glven im ldore love (or the free civil iiiHtlt utloUH I11 the ereatlon nf which liin illreetitiR pnivlilence wae ro con- sptoaoas; he hts Swtkaned a iiecper rever- mjob fur law lio haa wiileneil our plillan throphv b a call to IttOOW the dtStfSSS in other latidH; hehan lilesned our nbooll aml ift briiiKiiiK forwartl a patriutie anil Uoil-fear-iuK geueralion to execnte tiift great and benovoleut deNlgnH for our countr.v; lie Iihh given us great IBOWMI Ib inaterial wealth and a widi' diffusiofl of cnnteutinetit and ' omfort in the Iioiiic.m of our people: h6 han given hls grace to the SOrrowlng, Wherefore, I, Mciijaiiiin Ilairixon, preni dent of the Uniteil States, do call uponall nr people to olworve, an we have been wont, Thnrsilay, tli' Ntb day of this montb of Noveiuber, as a day of ttMnkSgiVlDg to God for lii.s incrcies, and of supplicatioti for his OOBtiHnod carc atnl graoe, In testiimniy whereof I have herennto Sel 111 y hand and rauseil the seal of tlio Uniteil Staten to lio atlixeil. DfHM at the city of Washington, this foUTth day of November, one tlioiisaml ejght liundri'd aml iiinelytwo, and of the iinlepeinleiice of tlm Uiiitecl States the one hundred and seTenteenth, Hkniamin Hahrison. Hy the I'lcgiilent: Joiin V. Fostbr. Necretary of State. Leglslature of Vermont. 'fMlnesilny, November t). SRNATK AKTKRMION. Bilti Paued, II. 27, proliibl'ing obscene ftdvertisenieuts and snoWSj 11. I'ii, atncml in; the law of 1880 rclatinu to railruail bondl and mortgagea; II. 160, relatina toconttnua tion of DOtToe of nuii in juslire oonrtsj 8. 1!', to provide for the caro of burlal groands: S. iis, relating to pay of oounsel assigncil by the court; S. T3, prohlblting siinikiiin iu harii8, Ntahle8 and Other out- bultdlDoii s. 103, providlna for the revialon of the lairi; B 133, ralannR to lawi ro latlng to tbe (irand liatj B. 137. relatlnir to railroud hridges; S. lS. relatiug to tu nreventtoo of aooldenta to Ualntnen; s. viH, relatiutr to board of rallroad com miaaioneni S- 180, enabllngtbeoomtnander-ln-ohlef to order a parade of the organixad milltla ontalde tbe Htate: s. 133, Lnoorpo ratiiiK the Mott hotoe; s. 183, Inoorporatfos Speedwell Karm of Lyndon; S. 136, amsOO- Ingtba aci InoorporatlDg tue Barre Watat Co.; S. 130, enabllng sobool dlatriot No 1 of Troy to issuo houds. Tnird Reading Orderii.s. 131, ameodlng the Sab and gaine Iaw8; S. 134, to prevent aootdent aud loaa of llfe on ratlroadt; s. 137, (rrantlng jarladiotion over certaln and in ''oleheHter to the l.'nited States; S. W, atneodlng the law reiatiug to Inveatmenta by savings banka and truat oooipaniesj S 10, relating to the support of pauper.s. Joint Rttolutiont, The Joint reaolation reiatiug to advertillDg matter at the World'8 Kair was passed. BiUt Referred. H. 84, to enable lohool dlatriota Noa. 7 aml 8 iu Pawlet to draw tbelribare of the public tnoney; 00m. on ednoatlon. H. 148, atuending a law relatlng to Bar ton Laudlng; com. on oorporatlona, H. 2113, to legalize the vote of Norwich, com. on eorporatioii8. H. .'(08, Incorporatlng the St. Johnsbury Street Kailway Co.; com ou rallroada. lillt Killed. S. 115, ainending the law relat'ng to nruelty to aniuials. Adjourued. HOUSE AKTKKXOON. I'nfinifhed Bnttneu 8. 24 (Merchants' DepoHit 'Jompany bill), ou uiotion of Mr. HowlaU'l of Barre ordered to lio. Hills la$tcd.l. 122, incorporatlng Chel sea 8aviic;8 hauk; II. 306, Incorporatlng Ludlow HaviugH bank; H. 82, to pay .J. II. Poiley Hum uamedj II. 161. relatlng to npecial Klmintrators; II. 162, tnatmotlon of deaf, luutl) and bltndj H. 170, fees of notarlen; M. 189, barbed-wire feneeH on highwaira; H. 19. qualifloatlom of votors: H. 311, adVfrttslng of land to he sold for tikxes; H. 3U, organlaation of hooae of rep resentativrpg; s. 40, t(j pay Orlo Cary suin namedi S. IU, assigninent of judges; 8. .18, dlreoton in state Inatitutiona. Thir J Btedlng fJrtkred.H. 301, Btewardl jf Methoitist church to hold real estate. DanvMv llection Caie.On uiotion of Mr. Dale the report iu this ease was recom mitted to obrrect 8oiue error thought to ex-i.Ht-iu the reiort. Paisaut. Kifnsirf.H. 274, taxatiou of rail road property. Adjourni'il. TharadMT, Ifoveinber 10. 8KNATK MOKNINO. Pttttlont. Senator DuBois presentad a petition froui wouieu of Brookfield praylng for woiuau Buffrage. Senator Ball pre aented petitlona from Wilmington, Bouk ingliam ,1111! several otber plaoea. Tbey wery al. referred to the judloiary eoni mittM, Joint Rctolution. Direotlng the state li brarian to deliver certaln reporta to the towtj of Milton. Adopted. . BiU$ Referred. H. 93. to pay J. II. Poiley $40.f9; elaima. H. , to incorporate Chelsea Savingi Bank aml Trusl Co.; banka. H. 11(1, aiueudiiig seetion 1 of No. 8:1 of the ActQ of 1888; jmlieiary. H 162, amHUding the law reiatiug to tbe in8t,.ttction of deaf, duiub, blind, liliotic and foehln-niimled ; education. H 170, auending the law relatlng to fees "f imtaries public; judiciary. 8. 189, reiatiug to barbed-wire feneea; gen eral oonimittee, H. 194, amending the law relating to the ",'ialineatiou of votera; judiciary. H. 202, to Incorporate the Ludlow Sav ingc, Bank aud Truat Co.; banks. II. 211, relating to the advertisemeut of land t.o be sold for taxes; judiciary. 11. 2:, relating to the organi.utiou of the bougeof repreaentatlvea; judiciary. T'tird Reading Orden J. II. .14, to pay 0, .1. DaviH a certaln suin. H. 336, to pay T. '. Middlcbrook 827.76. J u 1 S. 102, lo rcpeal the aot lncorpo ratl igthe WoBt Concord graded achool dia trici. H 217, ftniendlngthe act incorporatlng the Eaanx Jnm tion graded acliool dlatriot, 140, to ratlfy aml conflrm the consolida tion aud uaergerof the Vermont & Canada i'ailr)ad. tbe Consolidated Railroad Co. f Vteruiont aml the Montpelier and White Rlvek railroail inio the t'cntral Verinont Kailroad Co. H. 21fl, to ini'oriiorate the Whitc liiver tion L'radcd seliool iliHtrlct. 'O lncl'case the 1111 111 1 H-r lf trustees Hlda il 8eminary. Kt, t. . enable school diatrict No. 1 of I tO i 4HIIC llllllds. 087, hangiug the tlme of holding the li eeting of the Montpelier I'nion .Tun II of Gi II Barr II aniiii ilisinlct. 11 .1.-00, 111 powering iieiiows ralls to In- rcale Its tvaler Mipplv 111 'JOi eiiniHwci 1 1 1 ir Moore. Arms .V ipoii tiui'orporated) tochanire nuine. 6, an euding tliecharterofMiiidlebury. 87, a 'icinln the cbarter of Bellows Thoi II If Kall II Rot 81:1, t eiiahle sahool diatrict No. 8 of rt to l aw its share of the public uioue.y. 294. uuielliiiuL' tlie act lllcni'noratim ciiy of oi'geuues. H. 298, amendlng the charter of the Na tlonal Llfe Inauranre Co. II. 84, to enable school distrlcta No. 7 and Dia Pawlet tO dnW tbaif share of the pub lic money. 8. 50, relatlng to the Clarendon & Pitts ford Rallroad Co., the Rutland & Washing ton Railroail Co., and the Delaware , Btt3 son Canal Co. 8. 121, to Incorporate tbe vlllage of Essex Junction. 8. 60, changlng tbe namn of the Vermont asyluin for tbe insane. PtlMgt Riurd.S. 12:i, relatlng to tbe eleetlon of town olllcera. Adjourned. ROU8R MORN1NO. I'antrd. II. .KVt, ainending MBttlagtM'l charter. H. 834, In relatlon to " pool" tables. II. 901. stewards of Metbodlst cliurch to hold real estate. II. :2, Incorporatlng Newport Board of Trade. II. 108, town of Hartford to aid in OOB striictlon of bridge over Connecticut rlver. 8. 98, relating to St. Albans cenietery oommlttee, 8. 80, vlllage of Bradford indebtnes?. A'. mofUffafUX . Agalnst and for Rutland cily charter; In regard to placlng sawdust, etc , in itreama. Sptclai Ordcm.At 10: 80, H. 177, relating to lnileage tickets, tnaking iheui good on all ratlroadt in the state, came up as a speclal order, Mr. Bacou of Hartford iBQitirad of tba oommtttea wby tbe bill had baen un- favorably raporteui Mr. Read of Rocklng- iiain eaplatned the reaaon baoauie a simi- lar bill had baen passed in Massacbnsetts and the matter hail been taken to the courts. The cominittee thought it better to wait for a deotllon in Ma.ssachusetls. l'nr ther, Mr. Read thought it. iinconstitutlonal. Mr. Bacou iiiovcd to amcml by iiiHerting a sectiou I'ompelling the rallroad companlefl to dcposit Wltb the state treasurer 938,000 of Intereat-bearlng seourltiea m a goaranty that tbe tloketa wonld be Ittned aml a oepted as Interobangeable, On motlon of Mr. Martln of Brattleboro, recommltted, 11.117, in relatlon to the World'aFalr, Mr. Colbnrn for oommlttee made an ex- hanstive report of the use made of umm previously appropriated aml urgcd the ne cessity f the passage of the prescnf bill. Mr. fflall i'f Ira and Mr. Dewcv ol Benning ton favorad the ineasure; Mr. Clarke of Halifax nppoaed it. He said the bill luokcd to hlm llke a awlndle, The men whobave goaranteed to ralae 910,000 ara abletopay tbeamonnt ot thtlr anbacriptlona, Wts muit put our fool down lomewhere why not bere? Mr. Bacon, Mr. Howland Barre, Mr. Read ot Etooklngham, Mr. Bnrighi 01 Windsor, Mr. Poater of Derby, Mr. u.ir- ling of Chelsea, Mr. Miller of New p irl aml Mr. Bllla Of Castleton urged the passage of the bill. Mr. Colbnrn replied lo Mr. Olark'a anggebtioo of ''awlndle," and otoaed the debate witb 11 riuging uppeal in favor of the bill and it was passed. Adjourned. SKNATK AKTKHNUOX. 0ffl Intrudnrfd. S. 180, by the judiciary comtnlttee. relatlng to the supreme oonrt. Piovides that a judge may sit at a term of OOUrl to which he has not been assigned, and ii noi able to attend or la dlaqnalllled, tbe other judges shall designate a judge to take bil place. No case shall be heanl wltb fewer tban foni judges, aml none de- cided unless three judges eom ur iu tlie de- ciaton, BUU Stgntd.S. :14, to pay H. 11. Wheeler $20, aml 8. 02, pioviiling for entry in vaca- tion by repreaentative iu chancerycasea, Ordered to Lte. s. 1:11, the tish and gatne bill, alter au hour's disciissiou over some of the bountlee ou certaln animala. Hills Rrfvrrcd.ll. 174, making au appro prlatlon for the World'l Kair; joint com. on World'a Kair. 11. lli i, empowerlng tbe town of Hartford to aid in the eonstruction of a bridgc; high ways aml bridges. II. 801, relating to the rigbt of stewards of the Mcthodist church to hold real estate; judiciary. II. 303, incorporatlng the Newport Board of Trade; corpora'ious. H. 324, relating to pool tables; j idiciarv. H. 360, amendlng the act incorporatlng the town of st. Johnabury; oorporauons. H. :ti.', reiatiug to the cbarter of Benning ton ; coi porutions. BiU Pantd. S. 101, reiatiug to the sup port of paupers. 8. 184, to prevent aocidentf aud loss of life on rallroada, 8. 187, grantlng Jurlidiotion over certaln land in the town ol Colchester to the Cniteil States. 8. 188, relating to investinents by savings banka aml irust companies. 8. 111, to incorporate the Montpelier Safe Deposit Co. S. 03, to enable the east parish in Rutland to assess the pews in its church. v 04, Incorporatlng the Congregational I'ew Assoeiatiou of Rutland, 8. 111. to Inoorporate the Columbian fjnited Bleotrlo Co. Third Readinr Ordered. H. irJ, to pay J. H. Poiley Sio.ti'.i. 11. 20:1, to legalize the vote of the town of Norwich. 8. 5, to provide for the veriticatiou of sav ings bank bouks aml acoounta, II. 102. relating to the instruction of deaf, dlllilb. blind, idiotic aml feeble-lllinded. S. 110, relating to tbe State Board of Ag- rionlture, BUU Introduced. 8. 140, from commlttee OB oorporatlona. to incorporate the Wind sor aml Kclchville Telophoue Co. S. ni, from oommlttee on oorporationfl, re- lating to the reinovul of bodics where tlie lot in w hich tbey are huried is not paid for. s. 142, from the com. on oorporatlona, to incorporate the Franklin County Agricul tural Society. S. 143, from com. on bauks, reiatiug to savings banks and truat companies, Adjourned. HOUSK AKTKKNOON. Ilill ;W.-1I. 2:10, grand list of West Rutland: II. :I7, in relation to Delaware .V llmlson llailioail Co; H. 257, street lights 111 Poultney; H. :125, state teachers' associ atlon; 11. 330, vlllage of Bristol. Btlls Siined. li. 27, obsceue ailvertise menta aml ibowa; H. 06, to pay w. 8. Lov ell: II. 08. in relation to teleiihone commuui oatlon with public otlices; II 19:1. in relation to tbe town of Hartford; II. 180, to pay F. Qutlteubam; H. 100, in relation to tlie cou tlnuatlon of notioe of oauaea iu justloe OOUXta: H. ITS, relating to comiiiltiiients to tlie bouae of correotlon, JoitU Rttolutlon. From the senate, au thorizing tlie Board of Agricultiire to sup- ply the pommiaalonari durlng the Worldi Fair with priuted matter for advertising the inlerests of tbe state; state aud court expenses. Amendini itt Rvftined. Mr. Bruwu of Rich ford, the house to 8. 69. topay B. F. Kellj um named, Inoreaalng the amount 8.10. KtUed.H., 386, iu regard to wages; II . .142, in relation to nulianoefl, SptOtai Order. Au act relating to public inatruotion. Mr. Read of Rockingham oU fered au amemliueiit to sectiou 2, the sub- tanoe of which was to elitntnate the equal- izing seetion from tbe original bill, and to leave the lohool district property as it is, but to be under tbe siipervialoli of the se lectmen. Mr. Arnold of Bethel supportud tbe aroendmnnt, wbtoh prevailed. Mr. Ncwton of Johnson moved to ainend by baviug nine school dlrectors iustead of six. Mr. Weston moved to strlke out " two dollars per ilay " coiiipensatiou of school dlreoton, aud insert "siichsumas the town shall vote." Agreed to. , Mr. Howland was not in favor of the ineasure as it was. It woiild not work well as far as Barre was concerued. Mr. Read replied that any law might work liardship 011 a few, but the good of the larger Dumbei was the maiti feature. Mr. Arnold followed in the aame strain. Mr. Crofts of Euoshurgh oppOMd the bill. Mr. Boynton favored the bill. If the bill saddled the debts of gchool distriets upou towus, it also gave to towns tbe school property. Itwaslnthe iuterest of educa tion and eipial taxatiou that the bill should pass. Mr. Bnrighi of Windsor snoke in lavor of the bill. He stated that tlie towu svstem had worked well iu New Hampshire. ' Mr. Bootb of Northfleld favored the bill, tbougb he thought themaority (dhis consti tutents are opposed to it. He thought their experlence inferior to hls own. Mr. Mead of Randolph favored the bill, fltating that hls town had llved under the town lyatem for ten years. Mr. Barber of Arlington favored the bill. Mr. How land statod that the majorlty who favor the bill are lawyers with silver tongues. lie was opposed to the bill. Mr. (lalusha of Franklin favored tlie bill. Mr. Klliot of Waterbury favored the bill. Se thought that we were far behind the other states In regard to scbools. After some furtber disc.ussion, the ayos aml nays were called, with tlie following result : Y KAS. Ailnnm of Marlboro, AMrkh, Aiien. Arnbid, Aflhlor, llaoili, BaYoh, Barpei of Arlington, Rrtrker, lliiniHril, ItHHi'ninlt, Batei, lletiui'tl llielnw, llentli itf Nortlillelil. Hotith tf VerK',imfl. Boynton, Bratton, HrlKhani of llaki'r!nelil, llrlsliam ef MtUfleld, HniHii r lii. Ji r.ir.l, llmwn of W liltlnKlinm. Bngbee, Bnrt, t'sinpltell, Gnate, Clnrk of CliHrlott.', rinrk of Ballfsx, Olenent, Clllrord, ClbuKn, Oolbora, Ooaway, Coraui, IMIe, partlng, lli-Mi'v ot tliirlon Pewar Ol bennington, llewpv of Miililk-lMit-v puion, jiotise of nuburf b( podge of Lincoln, lirnry, Danlap, Efilot, nui, KngHth, Bnrtght, Ftfoe, ViU, rorbefl, Pottet ot Derby, Kofltor ot Weatniore, aooter ot tn tbm v. Qaae, t 1 i:i 11 (Milton, I tootleil, Oould, Qrabam, HaHlngs, Keuderson, llonley, Rorrlok, iluniit of Putney, Hlndj, Ali,iiM of t'atiot, Allard, Balrd, llurlM.T 't Nuitloiry. Bstoheldsr, Buur, BISi, Uli.l;.-.-. llrown ol Morgan. Bryant, Bnraan, Btuh, Oamp, Oinnon, ' ! : . Ohapiai Cheney of Morristown Obeney of stowe. Cheneyof Waalihnrton Croft, Cnrti. CntUng, PsYU of Danville. Illtvlnor SlleOiel'l. Bddr, pjaia, rire, Ktik of Leicester, Finke of Weybrldse, Puuidert, Kolsoni, Pord, (iraven, llriltith. Madsway, Rardtng) Itirrhiifton. Howtttof Berlin, Ilode. 'Hoopor ot Pletoher, Howard, llowlaiul, fjubbard, lluntloy, Jonefl, Lavigne, Ayes 1 ; RlatdeU, llollirook, lloleoinhe, Holtun, HOOner of ; otoli. Hani, .liickHon of llrnnil Inle, .fAi'kson of Wntorvtte, Jeaklnfl, .tohiinoi), .tonlyn, Kths of Altmny. Eedl, " 1 ulue, Lane of iiurko. T.hiio of MHrnhtlold. I.nthrop, Leland, l.ovelikml, Lyniaa, Msrnti. Mimd, Hlllei of M.irtUlol, Mlllfr of Nuwport. Monlton, Ncwton of ToiHliittn, Olmsted, Owea of (Dover. Owioi of llltii'shiiru'h. I'attrldKO. I'latt, rrati Qulmbr, Read of Rockingham, rteed ot Conoora, Reed of Vernon, Itlce, l:i-u. : HoblailM of Chester. Kohhlnn of Holland. Roberti of Searsburg, Robinson of .lutnalea, Koblnsoa of w arrvn, liooiiuy, Knsteat, Bntlth, Sollle, SI'KAKKIt. Btsfford, m. reni of Bolton, stcvcns of Msldttone, Story, Tsyiorof Proctor. Valentlnc, mle. Wakellold, walker of Cambridge, Walker ol StraSord, a ST0 of llrookllni.. Ware of Townshend, vt 1 ston. W blli 1,, Wlloox, W II..011. Wltherell, Wooster, Wytnan of stockbridge, Litwrrucp, Loamed, Marsh, Msttbewi, MoCmrty, McQairey, Hesaer, ; Mlller of West Fairlee, Montgomery, Moore of 1'lymolltll, Mower of J.den. Ncwton of Ilriindcni, Newlon of .lohu&on. O'Osy, rage, Parker of Mt llolly. Parmenter, I'cck of Nt'w Ifiivun, I'eck of SatidKate, Perklns, I'crr) . I'hllbrlek. ptnmiej, ftonkln, Hobcrts or Dorset. Hargvnt, Savllle. Bbnrtfeffi Btone, Btrong, I t li.I "t I oihv. Tfvyaw. Trcvllllan, Waite, W alker of llrldiort. Ward of Moretown, Wara of Waltham. Wecks, Weld, Weatcott, Whltnoy of Salisbury. Whltney of Tunbridge. Wlley, Wyinan of AtheBS, Youug uays 92, Bill Intmdiurd.Wy Mr. Oalnsba, to in corporate a oemetery assoeiatiou at Frank lin. KIUed.VL. 141, in relation to Home for Frietidless Wumeii. BiU Introduced and Referred. U . 388, by Mr. Terrill of f'uderhilli to incorporate the Underhill graded school district; corpora tions. SptCiaX iJrdrra.M. 111, taxatiou of suvings banks. To reduce " exempt amount " from 81,600 to 8600 The committee reported tbe bill adveraely, Mr. Boynton favored tlie bill; Mr. Martiu opposed it. The bill was refuaed a t bird reading. 11. 138, relating to iuiproveinent of high ways. Made special order for Tuesday fore- boob at ni; 30 0 clook, BUU I'axsed. li. 120, incorporatlng Wells liiver savings bank. s. 24, incorporatlng Merobanta' Safe Ue- posit Co, S. 04, Congregational I'ew Assoeiatiou of Rutland. 11 271, Incorporatlng the Barton Truat Co. Atthis point iu the proceediugs a com- munioation from tbegovarnor waareoeiTed, anoloalng a letter from Fresident Hariison acknowledging meiiage of aympatby from tlie general assembly. s. 10. Incorporatlng Vermont Truat Co. H. 220, Inoorporatlng Williamstown Aque- dUOl Co. H. 68, Incorporatlng Bennington Co operati ve Assoeiatiou. H. 2-so, village of Hardwick. H. 187, inoorporting Vermont Rullding and Loau Assoeiatiou. Adjourned. Frhluy, Movember 11. SKNATK MOKNINU. BUU Paued. H. .14, to pay C. J. Davis of Vernon 8i:i.4 !; 11. 386, to pay T. C. Middlc brook of Vergennes S37.7&J H. 228, to legal ize the grand list of Mt. Tabori H. 808, to incorporate the St. Johnsbury Street Rail way 0o.j H. 833, to legalize tlie grand list of Sunderland; 11. i:7, relating to the Claren don aud Pittsford Railroad Compauy; S. 131, revislng, iu auiciidiucnt of, aud in ad dittOB to, the Bsb and gaine laws. HoUH BUU Ileferred. H.OB.tO incorporate Bennington Caoperative Savings Bank aml Loan Assoeiatiou; corporatious. 11. 18T, Claretidou and Pittsford R. R. Co.; railroads. II. Hi7, to incorporate the Vermont Build ing aud Loau Assoeiatiou; banks. 11. 1 Hi, public instruction; education. 11. 220, incorporatiug Williamstown Aipie duct Co.; corporatious. 11. 384, legaliziug grand list of West Rut land. II. 257, street laiups;in Poultney; corpora tious. 11.271, iucorporating Barton Trust Co.; bauks. 11. 2S0, ainending charter of Hardwick; oorporatlonii 11. .125, incorporatiug Vermout State Teaobera Assoeiatiou; corporatious. H. :t:t", village of Bristol; corporations. 77lfrd Reading Ordered. 11. ltil, relating to the admlniatratloQ of an estate; 11. 801, amendlng the law relating to stewards of tbe Metliodist church; 11.1124, pool tables; S. 70, exHinpting certaiu islauds iu Lake Champlain from school and hlghway taxes; 8. 51, delining the duties aud powers of state and local boards of health, health otli cers and others; 8. 125, to pay Henry Turner a certaln suin; 8. 07, ameuding tbe law re lating to private corporatious by voluutary assoeiatiou. J'aitage Refuaed. H. 2ti9, relatlng to tlie orgauizallou of the house of rcprcscutativos ; 8. i:i, to prevent the dissemiuation of uox lOUS weeds; 8. 77, relatlng to tlie sale of uti clean, ltupure aud aduhci.tt rd tiiilk. I'etitlnn.Hy Senator Brownell, agaiust running of Suuday traius; railroads. Billt otqned. Craating a board of health for North Bennington; establishiug tbe KuoHljurgh Falls graded school district; re iatiug to the village of Rnosburgh Falls; incorporatiug St. Albans street railway ssi rirra ooLUHN.j WHAT SHE SAYS, Her Testimony and Evidence Clear and Strong. Ringing Words of Hope and Cheer Which Wilt Comfort Many Hearts. The Great Information and Good Arivice A Talenteri Woman Can Give. One of the inost skillful iiurses in this country is Mra. F.llzabeth l. Rprry of Hampton, N. H. Sbe isalady ofthenid est experlence atiiong dlseases of all klmls, and has cheered inany a sick rooin by her hopeful aml enconraging words. She baS seut a COBMUBlOBtlOfl to tlils paper which will be read with great iuter est by all. Her advlce is Wurthy of the greatest cotisideratiou ou BOOOUBt of the high reputatioti she has us a BUflM), and BM words are especially valuable because of their great eiicoiirageineni to all classes of lufferers. " Throiigh trouble and overwork," she writes, " I grew foarf ully nervoiis, weak, dizzv, falnt and exhaustcd froui BSrTOUI proetratioD, uBtil 1 becatnc eBtlrely belp less. Tliauks to L)r. tlreetie's Nervuru blood aml m ive n inecly, I am BOW so well and strong that every one who sees BM is very BlUOfa surprised. I would llke to tetl the Whole woild of wotnen wliat I)r. Greeue's Nervura blood and nerve remedy lias done for me, and to recouimend all women to use this womierfiii medlolne, " I am a nurse, aud wlien BUfSlng my sister, I gave her this womierfiii medi cine. She sayi sbe has never felt bettci l 1 K - M Mlts. BLIZABKTH D. BBBJtT. than BiBOOUalBg it. I gave it alsoto a lady Ufferlng from great nervous prostration, who oould not get belp from three physi cians. She is now well, strong and tlesby, aud says she shoold liave been iu her grave if it had not been for l)r. tireen's Nervura blood aml nerve remedy. " I have raoommended it to many others with the same WOBdarful success, aud I would eepedally aay that if women between the agcs of forty aud sixty years would take it there would not be so many die when tbey came to the change that takes place. I hear this womierfiii medicine named and blossed every where, aud I am glad to add my testimony to its great value, and truly call it a savior of us women." We would say that Mrs. Uerry's advice as a nurse is endorsed by physiciatis gen erally. Ur. Qreene'l Nervura blood aud nerve remedy is indeed a wonderful dis covery and of incalculable and inestimabie value to the sick every where. It has been proved over and over Bgatn, In tbouiandl upon tbouaandl of oaSOS, that it does cure, that it makee the ilck well. PbySlolani know of its great value, for tbey liave seen it perform wonders iu re storing health, aml tbey rccommeiid it freely to tbe sick because it is tlie discovery aml prescription of thfl fauious ipeoiallal in tbe treatment of nervous and obronio diseases, I)r. Greene of 'M Temple Place, Boston, Mass., the eii known pbyalclan who gives OOBSUltatlOB to auflerers from any disease free of charge, personally or by letter. The great remedy costs but l of drug gists, and we know it will uiake you well, bbcrtiscmcnts. Sucb C0NDENSED Makes an every-day convenience of an old-time luxiiry. Pure and wholesome. Prepared with scrupulotis care. Highest award at all Pure Food Expnsitions. Each package makes two large pies. Avoid imitations and insist on havlng the NONE SlJCH brand. VERREI I. & SOUl.E, Syracuse, N.Y. newlifie! DB.JB.C WKHT'H NBHVK AND BKAIh TICKVI MKNT, m npm ltlo ftr Myattiriit, Dlxztiifnt., nu, N n rulkilH. Ht'ii iiihi'. Ncrvuurt l'nHtriitlnu i-itiiNfil hy Hlcohol (ir toltutt'u, Wiikt'ftiluoBti, Meittnl ht'jirtM. pODi SnftfiiiiiK Of lirulti . 1 1 1 1 insttitkly, mti ry, OfOMFi Uoath, rrtMimtun- old k$t3, Harrcuinns, l.ott of iottr iu elttn-r sex. Iinpoitin v. l.t'ucorrinnii and nll Kuniiilc Viiikiit'!tneii, Invuluntarir LoUvt, Spi'rinatorrhiHH CHimtnl liy over fXtruon of hrulu, Hlf kiiuiv, Ovur liuliili'iice. A tuiMitli' truMliuont, $ j ti for fA, liy iimll rto (iuurtiiiuitt ix Uoxui to cure. Kavch ordwr for U doxfn, with fis, will miiU wrtttfu t'n lt ,i.i. to rtfund If not ottrsd. (luar HUttifs IrtHiu-tl only .y i.KHTKK II. GHKKNK, drug KUt and oln axut, iS Stat Struet, Moutpullur. Vt. A Profitable Investment It buitnetii utlnrtttlun. Iu taete liuvy tlniua, wbea the thcc for wcnlth it to kuon, nu yutins psnen liuutd sruw up wltlnait It. Huauttrnl PrOflbeotni free h umil, or at thu olllce f tba Buraetl Bualnsu nuii siiori iiiiinl Oollese. lutvator satranM, MH WualiiiiKtou Street, eor. Kneelauil Street, Bottoa oompany; relatlng to the annual meeting of West Randolph graded school distrir', rt lating to West Randolph. Adjourned. HllUSI MORMNO. Committee li port The com. on electlons made a BBBpli tuentaiy rapotl to tbe effect that tbe sittini; meuihcr was entif led to hls seat; special order for Tuesday afternoon Jiilln tntnnluotd and Refrrred.U. :", from oonml ne, us ubstltuta for H. 108, relating to 1 liarter of vlllage of Brattleboro. !' jmrt Kioin com. on mannfactures, on the " sawdust" bill. The majorlty report agaiust, aml mlnority in favor of, passage of bill; ordered to lln aml made speclal of fur Weilnesday afternoon. ' Md. 8, 183, to Incorporate Speedwell Fhi iU) H. 388, In relation to the charter of the Stumlaid l.lght aml Power Maniifactur ltigOo. II 8B9, legallalBg granil list of Vic fnrjf ) 8. 00, changlng tbe name of the Ver mont Asyltim for the Insane; H. 'J81, relat lng to the Incorporatlon of Moobeater graded school district 11. "1".. in relatlon to Troy Aoademy, maotal Order. H. :t:;o, relating to board of agricultiire, to Tuesday morning. Third Reading Ordertd H, IU. to pay C. N. Olarke the snm tbereln namna; 11. i'ii", to pay .1. if. (iross tbe snin named; 8. 00, to pay O. Mi Fullerthe IUU named; II. .'i ", reglt lating salary of the judge of probate lor the District of Bennington, Panaat Refimed.H. s", to pronaota pub lic health: II. liii, for a reVeOUe foi state ex penses; 11. "ii, to pm i.ie blanketa for ;. a. R.; H. 381, to pay .1. It. Scales; II 337, to regutate use of embalming lluid; II. -"i i, re lating to the taxatiou of ileposits in savings banks; H, 3SB, tO provide reveiiuc for sup port of the state governinent ; II. 370. in re lation to phyilolana' prescrlptlonsj 11 :t04, to abolisb tbe state miiitia; H. 337, in rela tlon to the llcense ol pedlers; H. :14", relat ing to tnortgagec on peraonal property: H. 851, to prevent. paraoBi from unlawfully wcaring badBOS of the (. A. l. BUU IHgned. H. V.i, enabllng school dis trlct.No. lln Barre to issue lionds; 11. 7o, to ameinl the charter of the village of Mid dlebury ; H. M, to enable school distrlcta 7 and !l in Pawlet to draw their share ol public moneyai II. 103, repealtng an act to eatabltab tbe West Concord graded school district in Concord; II. 17, ameuding 388 of Chap. 11, laws of lv.ss, reiatiug to altt-ra- tion of school dlstriotsi H nu. conaoltdat ing the Verinont & Canada railroad. tlie Conaolldated rallroad of Vermont aml tbe Montpelier 8t White ttlver railroad Intotbe Central Vermont; II. 187, changiug tltne ol holiling annual meetlog of Montpelier Union dlatriot; H. 107, amendlng cbarter of Bellows Falh vlllage; H. IMJ, empoweriBg Bellows Falls to increafle its water aupply 1 II. 307, empowerlng Moore, Arms aml Thompson flBOOrporated) to change its name. H. 318, to Incorporate the White Biver Juootloo graded school district; II. 333, to lnoreaae the numberand power of the trustees of (ioddard Seminary; H. 304, i amendlng 310 of 1878 relatlng to tue corpo I ratlon of tbacity of Vergennes; H.SM.to ; amend the charter of the National Life In siirance Compauy; 11. :t:. enabling school district No H iu Rupert to draw its ibare ol j public moneys. Adjourned. SKNATK AFTF.HXOO.N. Billt Pnfrd.H. Wi, reiatiug to pulilic Instruction, auu introduced and Referred. From jn dlolary oommlttee, reiatiug to aetatea of married women. Adjourned. HOCSK At'TKRSooN. Hecalled.L. bill l's4 was re called from ihe senate, and, after betBg amenib d so as to read "Hoosic Tuuni 1 and Wilming ton Railroad Co ," was passed. BUU Introduced and ltef, rr,l H. :)8, i irom speclal cominittee ou stamlaril tire 111- I luranoe pollcy, as subatltute for n. 19. j Provides that reaident agents only shall do I buainesa in tbe state, but does not prohibit ; realdents of this state from proourlng tnaur ance at the bome office of anv foieign oom pany not debar non-retident ofnoers, gen eral or travellng agents of an authorized company from transacting busiuess under ;v broker's llcense througb ltoensed resldent agents; but SUofa broker's llcenae shall be granted only to realdents of suoh states as extend reoiprooal atatbority to agents resiii- ing in tlie statej H. 800, ''J' Mr. Dewey of Middlebury, to incorporate the Middlebury ('old Sprlng Water Co.; oorporatlona, H. 370, by Mr. Darling of Chelsea, to au- tborise the (iiarteruiaster-getieral to take deeds or leases of real estate donated to tlie State for use of tnilitia; military affatrs, Third Reading Ordered, II. 189, to pre vent the buildlng of barbed wlra fanoa on blghwaya: 11. Do, relating to bighways and bridges; H. 10, aunexiug part of Dum merston to Putney. Vatm'ie Refuaed. H. 107, to provide for the safety of public records; H 104, amend lng the law relating to the quallttcatiOB of votera; S. 11, aiioiisbing days of grace, BUU Referred. 11. 313, amendlng the act incorporatiug the Troy Conferenee Acail euiy; education. H. 383 amendlng act incorporatiug the Stamlard Ltgbt and Power Manutaoturing t'o. ; corporations. II. -Hl, ameuding act incorporatiug Roch ester graded school dlatriot; aduoatloo. H. 300, to legalize the grand list of Vic. tory; grand list. Ordered to Lie. Joint resolution relating to Immigratlon: but it was afterward called up and adopted. BUU PoMed.B. B, to provide for the veri tication of savings bank books and aooounta; B. 119, relatlng to the state board of agri cultiire; 11. '.r', to pay J. II. Poiley a certaln sumj H. 103, amendlng the law relating to the idiotic aud feeble-iiiiinled ; 11. 308, to Legallae tba VOta of the town of Norwich: H. 174, approprlatlng f 14,700 for a Vermont buildlng at tbe Worldi Fair; II. 803, Incor- norating the Newport board of trade: 11. 305, iBOOrporatlng the Ludlow Savings Bank and Truat Co, ; H. ijj, Incorporating the Chelsea Bavingl Bank aud Trust Co ; S 184, incorporating Ihe Farmers' Trus' 1 o. H. 340, to enlarge the boundaclea of the graded school disirict of Milton; 3. 8.1, to eatabllah the Bradford Academy and graded school dlatriot; II. 1, in relation to iegal bolidays; H. 183, to prevent fraud at fairs and horse sho ws amended by strikiBgoul the seoUoBS relating to the forfeitiug of horses illegally entered or attempted to be onteredj: H. '.".'7, relating to bighways and bridges; II. 04, amendlng Beo, 3 l! L. iu iu relation to railroads; H. 344, enabling towns to purobaaa road maoblnes aml issue bondi there for; II. 807, iu relation to vacancies iu tire district otlices; H. 816, regiilating the service ol prOOOSS; H. 318, relating to lost liles, iu cases peuding iu court; H. 863, relating to the oolleotioo of taxes; S. H4, in relation to grannnar school fiimls in Barre; II. 7i), Incorporating the Hardwick Savings Bank: II. (03, to incor porate the Chelsea BleOtrlC BailrOltd Com- pany, Paeeape Refueed H. '.11, ostabllsbing stamlard weight of eggs; H. 13S, relating to school and glehe laods; II. '.'17, reUtiug to dogs; H. 848, eulargiug iurisdictiou of city courts. Report. -Joint special cominittee on Iiouse of Correotlon made report, which was or dered to lie. Adjoiiriuid. How'i rhis : Wc offur otic tiundred dollnrs rewtird for any CMfl of cuiiiri li Uiat can not be curcd by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY St co., Proprietois. ToUdo, O. We, ihe uoderalgned, havc kuown F, J. Cheney fur tbe laat Dfkcon yoars, and bclicvc him pcrfcctly lionoruolc iu ull buslotst traaaaotloos und tinau cinlly able tn cuny out any obliggtlODS tuuilc liy llioir llnn. Wi .ht eY TitUAX, Wholesale Dtug gists, Toledo, Oblo. lluU's ( utiirt'h Ourg is taken iuter nnlly, aclitig dircctly upon tho blood und DBQ0OQ1 siirfuces of the BVHteni. Price, seventy-Ilvo cents per bottle. Sold by nll druggjaU. TcstiuiouiaJa free. tibfrtisniunts. II I ,f roof-I)r. Plerce'i I vZJ? dolden Mtslicel t& lJisi-overv. That's the reason ta ttmny diffnrent ilisenses and difl- orden yiald to it. They all have the same Isginning there'i torpid liver or impure blood. And they nll linve the same ending -they're ei,;d, by thii remedy, Dyspepsla, Indigestion, Btllousneai; the most obennata Bkin und ncalp Diseases, such BS Salt-rheum, Tctter, bVysipelaa, I''zcma nnd kindnil alUnenta; tli" worst forms of Bcrofulfl flven I'onsumpti n (or I.ung-scrof-ulai in its enrlier Itag : every blood tnlnt tmd dlsordar, no nwttsr how it came all are OBNd by it. It's the only mndldnc for nll sucb disensee that's so positively certattl in its elfects that itcnn l ytuiriuiieril It i' fnils lo lsneflt or cure, in any oase, the money is Eefundad, Notbing else can be " just. us gooil." It mnv be better for the deider, But hr isn't the one who 11 Is help. Bewareuf spurioua ttniUtitont or dituttone, offered nt less pricea. (Ttmc (Tables. Montpelier & Wells River R. R, "THE ALUMINIUM L!NE.:: ontpttti 8:15 a. m, 1:10 p. m. 4:30 p, ni, t Oct. .1. H'rj. Tr.llllH It'KVlQ r riiii iih fnllnwt : MAII,. eonntotl at Wellf BtTVf with tnttni uirth und loiitti 00 PMtnmptlQ h. Rt AlH for all pottltl In t)i U hite Honowiifi arnl with mnll kod ;- rralint fur Plymouth Coiioord and i' ton. B X f !: kss. ('onnects at WfllM hlvt-r with expronn aud umil tfsim fur Mt. Johllfc bary, Newport aml HontnMli AI.Hft with expr-! train for Plymouth, UOIieora aii'l Itui ton, ohd tnaU tnUo iirth for Unhnn, UttlOtOtli WhiteHeld. FAby a ti 's, LttOCMtOf a U d Ororfton. 40COM MODA.TION. CotV nort- at Wella Klrorwith tx proM trttn fcir Mt. tfohiubtury ainl V wpnrt. ANi w it I) tral for v hltf Rivei -lutictiin aud way ItAtlOOJi ainl with ac OOmlttOaftl luu train for all potpti botwoon Wcotiuviu anil Lamantyr. BARRE TRAINS. I.eKve Montpelier fur tlsrre at t : IS A M . , B 1 211 A , M..S: Vi A. M.. A. M.. ItM P. M..J-. M P. M.ttiU r, M.. BttU I'. K BlM 1". M. Lssts tt.trre fur Blontpelter at TiSO a m.. StdB a. m.. jlsUA. m., p. M., StOB v. M.,410) i'. m..s:W r. M., 7:iHl l'. m ., S:St P. M. W. A. STOWKLL, riener.il Hntw, r, w. MottsK. Oeneral Paesenaer Ageni, Central Vermont Railroad. ("ommi'ticliig Oct, 19W. 7ratn$ Qoing South ami Btui will Leav: .Vont pf li. r as fbUow : t):OOA. M. MAII.. for l'itrhhur. llostou, Kprtug. tivUl, New Luudou ainl New Vork. 12:30 I'. 31. KA.sT TKAlN, for Hostou vU Lo . 1 and New York via SnrinKtield. I:M Pa U., HlXKD.for Northflela aml Roxbury, b:r3 F. M. PABKKMOSB, tor Whue kivbi ronotioo and lndsor. 19:40 A. M. KXl'KKSS. f.r BostOI vla Lowell ul all points in New Lincland, New Vork and .Soutb. Traint (iinj Xorth ttnd West: 3:50 A. M. BXPBSS8, for Montreai, tdeM luirK and the West. 0:23 A.M. ACOOMMODATTON, to St. Albn, Burlington aud Kutlaml, Troy aud New Vork. 1O.0O A. M. PA88fiNOKK. for HurUuton, St. AHiaiiH, Klehford, Kouao's Polnt aud St. .lolius, tuak euiiuectlous fr ItoTi AHmny aud New Yurk. 3:3 5 P. M. PA881NOH, tnr liurluiKtou, 8t. AlliaiiH, Montreai. ndeiiBhiirK ainl the Weat. 5:55 V. M. KASl BXriUGSll. I'ullumu Sleep lug i'nr to !,'.,. Throuuh tiekets to I'hieaKO ud all uoints Wuat for stle at tlie priucipai rttatioun. Bubarban Truin Borrloi I.eave Montpellerat li:S,7:W, BtlO. 10:15,11)0 a.m., .':(, ;l:Mi. :tH.. BJ0, lJ.:p 1'. M. Arrive at Barre) twentt firi DlHtltOfl after leavinj; tiine. I.eave Itarre at tSitti t'M, ttslft. s : m a. m., 1340, 1 :15, .t:w., :4a, 7:w, 11 :t"-, 1'. M. Arrive at Montpelier, 'wenty live tulnutea after leavin time. Tratua leave for WUllaUnttOWO at K':IA A. M. aud 1:10 p. m. Daily. Suuday Included. Sundays only. All pasen;er traiu.s will stopat the rtOOMC WurlCt to take or h.'ave pitssfinit'rs wloii tualled. K. W. 1 UOAIF80N, AK-'iit. W. W, BALDW1N, lieoeral .superii.teudeut. S. Y. 'L'.MM1N(..S, (iuneral rasseuker At(eut. ri KOIKiK II. FISHER'S B8TATE. JT UOA1A11S8IUNKK81 NOTIC'E. Ihe uuderHiued. havluK teen appomtetl by the lloimrahle 1'rtdiate Court for the IMstrtet of Wash ington (JptQnilUloneri to receive, examiuo aud ad Jiiiit all I'laiinH and deinandn of all perous Kiuit the estate of ietrKt' H. Kiher, late ot Labot, in naiil MttrlOt. itOfltfl. auu all elainis exhlbited m titfitet tliereto, heruby rive notiee tliat we will meet for tlie purposen aforesald at ihe towu elerk'i orUce Iu the towu of Cabot, in sald Ihstriet, ou thd Htb day of N'ovetultiT, and SUtli day of Mareti uext, tr'oin ODO o'olook tt M. until fotir o'etoi'k, P. M.,earh nf .said days, aud tiiat ei tmoitlitt troin the .'Sth day of M'pteinher, A- 1. IS,f-1, is the tiine llinited hy s.tid Uourl for ereditrtt to preiteut tlteir Olunu to us lor exauuuatiiiu aud allowauee. lated at Cabot, this -ilBt dav ot uctoher, A. t. . f&8o'$& ""looaw. NELK 1. . Il 11.1 s KH I A 1 E. UOMU18810NBB' N(T1CK. ine BOdonbinod , haviiiK btfeu appoiuted ly the Mouorahle J'rohate Court lor the DlMtriet 0l ah Lnjgtoa Commltsiouert to rooolTOi ffmwlno aud Hiljiiht tll t'lauu.1 aud ('.einauds ot al) persoiiH akaiutt the oateto ol UelttD V, Dndley, late ol Montpelier, iu said DittrtOti dOOOailoOi aud all elaima es Idbitud iu offet thereto. herulty ive QOtiOfl that we will uiret for tht purpor.es atoresaid at thi' oftlee of tieo. W . Wlngi In the towu of Montpelier, tn uid Dliltlloti ou tbfl hitn day of Novemher n.d l.'th day ot April uext, from ten o'Olork a. m., until four n'rhtek r. M., each of said dan, und that iis moutni Cfon tho lltfa uay of uototwi A. 1. Itt9, is the tuuu litmted hy said Court tor naid ereiiltort tn prenent their elaiuis to us tor ex amiii.itinu aud allowauee. llatrd at Moutpelier, this th day of tetober, A. .). ttlttUEY, Coniinl-Jnioners. MA1M II A 114 rCUINH' ESTATE. l?n.v.tllsM(N!:kSi' NKTICE. io- uiiil. r-lni'd, h,t vuil; koen appoiuted ity tho Hooonible 1'roiiate Court lor tlie lusirictot viasli lntoii, Cnmuilb-tiouers, to receive, exaiuiue und ad juntull ewtnU ainl deinands of all MfiOOI agaiust the estate of Martlia N tlutchlus, late of U'atertiury, lu said IMltfiOti dOOOaUOOi and all elalius exhitoied tu oititet thereto, hereby Klve uotiee Chat we will meet. lor the purposes alorettaid, at the oltiee of (ieorK- W. Morse, in the town of Waterbury, in said lM-.trU-t.oii the li'th day of Dr. eiuhi r. ivJ.aud ttd uay of April, UpVS, iu'it. Irom one o'eiock 1. M. until fotU O'OtoOC 1'- af.i eaeh ot said u y, and that slx inouths fnui tlie .'-'tii daj ot Ootpbor. A. D. UWi i the tnue hiuited by said Court for said etoditors to prescnt their chtiius to us for exainiuathm und ailuMauee. hatctl at Waterbury, thu Mh day of November, l H ' II AlN KS t-0,,iml8l0le"- A. 1. lrj 17-H r: UOBNE Bf . FKKNCH 8 E8TA1 B. !i CUMMI8S1UNKU81 NOTICf, The uniei'Hti'ni-d. liaviiifc: befii atl''luted hv thai llonoralde i'rohate Court lor the I'istrlct of Waah Isiytaafa ( siiiiiissiHUers, to reeeive. exatnine and ad jiirt all olAitna amt deuiauds of all persous aiaiuat lln- Mteta) of Kuneim M. Kreueh, late of Cabot, iu siud DUtftati dereased, and all-laiuis exhlbited tu otfset tliereto. herehy klve uotiee that we will meet for the purposes aforesaid at the hotel of II H Meailer, iu the towu of Marsh tlelil, iu ald Iistrtct.ou the Htb ay ol Dui'euiher aud 4th day of April uext, from 000 o'oloefe until fotir i'elock F . M . , eae h of said days, aud that six niuuths troui the l:tth Uav of Octobor, A. H. lifJ. is the tiine liuuted hy said Court for said ereditors to presout their elaiius to us for exaiuiuatioii aud allowauee Hated al Maihtu Id. this 7th day of November, A. H WD S IMTK1N. -oiunilMlouors. JKItKV III HiUNSIIN S tSSTATK. MAII u Klt.MoM, Kaudolph DlHtriCt. M, Iu I'rohate Court. held at Washington, tu taid IHstriet. on the tit dav of November, Ittfi: Lew is llutehiusou, Adiniuistrator of the estate of Jorry ButObiinoni.deeeased, presenta hls admlulitr tlou aeeouut tor eiaunuaiiou aud allowauee, aud makes appln-allon fur a decree ot dlatrtbutlon aud partltlon of the estate of said deceased. W hereupon. il is onltred by said Court. that aald aueouut aud salil applieatlou he referred to a sesslon thereof to be held at II V W hite's ofllee. In WashluK ton, ou the ltith day of Deeemher, A. 1. 18H'.', for hearluK and deelsiuu thereou: Aud.it Is j urtber ordered, that uotlee hereuf be Ktven to all persoui Intereated by publicatlon of the sauie three weelu sueeesslvely lu thu Ytrmunt Wutc'mtan X &t$4 Jour nat, a uewspaper puhlished at Montpelier, prevlout to said tltne appoiuted for uearluK. that tbey iuay appear at ald time and place. aud show caute.lt any they may have, why said aeeouut should uot b allowed aud such decree maUe. Hv the Court Attest, 18-30 ,11. A. W HH'K. KeifUter,