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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JODRNAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1898.
7 SELECTED STORY, Hrolicn Clilna. "Of courao thcy don't wnnt mo," flaid Itosabel Itavniond. Bndly. "Nobody Bocms to wnnt mo. No hotuo bccius to bo opon to mo anywboro. Wbon papa dlod, bo told mo Uuclo Dnllas would bo klnd to mo. and tako bU vacaul nlaco. Aud uuclo is kind, nftcr bis odd, nbrupt ineulon. Uut Aunt Aiicia uocsn't caro for mo. and tbo elrls look coldlv on mv ebnbby drosa nnd palo, worn laco. Evf- dcntly I nm not a cousin to uo prouu of. lf I woro nn lieircss, tblngs would bo vory difforontl" Poor llttlo ltosaboll Tho world looked vory dark to bor na aho Bnt on tbo win- uow-sui oi tuo iniru-siory nacs room in tbej,Dalla8 mnnsion, which bad boon unanimoualy votod "good onough for Hosabcl Itaymond," nnd wntchod tbo dull rcde and Rrnys of tbo wlntor Bunsot fndlng out bcblnd tbo crowdlng splros of tbo city. How doBporntoly flbo longod for tbo Bnow-mantlcd flelcls, tbo black lcaflcsa woods of tbo countryl Sho waa bo bomcBlok, bo solitary, bo alonol 'Ob, Rosabol, nro you horo?" It waa bor Cousin Mcdora'a soft, Bwcot voico. Sbo dlslikcd Mcdora more than oithor Auguata or fioll, al tbough sbo could not toll why, and sbo waa voxcd tbat Mcdora sbould bco tbo trocos of toara on bor oyo lasboa. But Mcdora protondod not to notlco thcm. "Wo woro thlnking, mamma and I," said Mcdora, "Ibat you must bo ter ribly dull wltbout nnythlng to do, all these diBmal daya." "It is ratbor lonosomo," slghcd Rosa bcl, wondoring at bor cousln's unusual thouehtfulnosB. "And bo," addcd Mcdora. witb tbo swcot Btnilo tbat Itosnbel nlways mis truBtcd, "wbon Miss Armitage told ua of tbo placo in tbo cbina-painling and flower-dcaigning rooma you alwaya woro nn artist you know, dear I exclaimcd, in tbat silly impul Bivo way of mino. 'Tbo very idea for IloBabell' You bco, Misa Armitngo'a protegc Hclen Hauvomondo has gono to Ilomo 10 prosccuto bcr eluclioB, and thoro iB a vacancy. Aud tho sal niy would bo somotbing of an object, of courso, because " "Of courso it would bo an object," said llosabel, quickly. "You do not Buppose tbat I do not feel niy dopend once here?" "And," addcd Medora, tbinkinc it beat not to notico tbis outburst, "Miss Armitage aays you can obtain excel lent board for four dollars a wook witb a widow lady near tho Itoome, and that you would savo a good deal of time and no cnd of car farcs. So if you concludo to accept tho poation, porhaps you had bottor como down into tbo drawing room and boo Miss Armitage. If thero waa nnything wbich Bosa belBaymond loved, it waa her pcncil. Water-colors woro expenaive, and drawing-boards came dear, and Aunt Aiicia thought it vory unfominino for a woman to eot up an oaBcl and a pal lotte, full of oil-colors, "liko a man," bo that her tcndencica had, eince her rcaidenco in her unclo'a houae, been literally starved. Here, at last, waa the much-longcd-for opportunity, and aho roae witb alacrity and followod Medora down tho Btairs. Mra. DallaB and thc Misaes Dallas wero openly oxultant when Rosabel was gone. "So dispiriting to havo her around all the time, with hor ewollen eyelids and palo faccl" said Miss Augusta. "And bo ahabby aa aho lookcd too!" eaid Mra. Dallas. "And how on earth was I to provide her witb a wardrobo, when papa mado sucb a dreadful fuss ovcr ovor drcas that came home from Madame Ficolle'a for my own girls?" "Of all thingB, poor relations aro tbo moat intolerablel" said Medora, apite fully. "But what nre wo to aay if Mr. Bal lard asks after her?" blurtcd out Bell the most bonest and least polito of tho family. "Say? Why, thetruthl" dcclared Me dora. "Tbat abe has left ub.' For tho Bccret of MiBB Medora Dal las' anxiety to got rid of hor palo little couain, whose mourning was bo dis tresBingly becoming, waa the fact of Mr. Hugh Ballard'e admiration of the white, statutesque faco, the deep larks pur blue eyoa, and tbo featurea which wero aa perfect as anv camco. Miss 'The nlght roy house burned, several ycara ago, I was taken with snort Lness of breath and pal- Th iiilHt Ipltatlon oi we nean," writes Mrs. Susan C Tulloh.of Sulphur Mlnes. mynouscj FLoulaa Co., Va. "Thit grew worse all the time, untll a few months ago, whth I corutneuced the use of Dr. Pierce's medl. dnts. Before that I could aearctlv cat anythlntr. I jwrncL Fuld not aleep at nlght, was not able to d4 an ork, and could scarcely Bt around tht houll. bad glven up all hope of ever gettlntr vrsll ar'"l out I an well agaln, and I fiive Doctor Flards'a medlclnes aU tke crsdlt. , , 'J took, the 'Pavorlte Prescrlptlon,' the Oofflsn Mtdlcal Discovery' and 'Pellets." Dr. Piarce'a Favorite Prescription is a tn.dlclne for woman only. It cures all fbrmi of female cotnplaint stops back (ind slde-ache allays ttie lnnamma- Upn which caujea tuose q Atrreeable weakening drains tho aystem pro- the femlnine func 1 1 o n s, and makes painful (ZM poriodsa thing of the patt. 5& Dr. Pierce's vSg Golden Medt- cai utscoveiy is a meciicine for tbe blood. Hver. lunKS,. nnd nerve9. It- oures all bron- ' chlal nnd throat troubles, atrengthens weak lungs, stops bleeding from the lungs, nnd builds up the entire system. It purifies the blood, stira up n lary Hver, nna eoottics abused, crying nerves. Neither of these medicines contalns nny alcohol, whisky, sugar or syrup to preserve its properties, but both will keep perfectly in nny clitnate, Dr. I'ierce's Pleasant I'elleta cure con stipation. They kecp the bowels open nnd regular. They do not gripe. When you nsk n denler for these medU cines ; get what you askor. Substitutes are not as good, They are, nt best, only imitations, nnd cnunot iniitnte th cures wrought by tbe geHuitw. 1 Mcdora had mnrkod Mr. Bnlfnrd for hor own proy, nnd doclarod war upon auy unfortunato protondor who sbould como in bor way. "PorhapB," said Mrs. Dallas, hopo fully, "ho'll novor inqulro about bor at all." "Don't you bollovo it," anld Bcll, with n signiQcant nod. Itoll was right. Tbo vory Drst ovon ing tbat Mr. Ballard callod bo inquircd for Miss Ilaymond. Modora drooped her long lashos, "Rosabol bad n cold, rosorvcd na turo," sbo aaid. "Sbo novor Boomcd to bocomo fond of nny of us, nnd aho bnB gono nwny." "Gono wboro?" Mr. Bnllnrd wna porsistcnt onough to nek. "Sho said sho would writo nnd sond us tbo nddrcsB," said Medora, draw ing on imnginntlon; "but sho novor did. It quito wont to dear mamma'a boarl. Mamma rogardcd Rosabol as a fourth daughtor. But Rosabol novor waB inclincd to reclprocnto our nffcc tion." Mr. Ballard glanccd at Mcdora witb an oxpreBBion which sbo could not in torprot, but itmcant simply: "If this cirl is lying, shc's doing it vory nriistically. AppcarancoB aro ccrtainly nuainst Rosabol Raymond; but it would take moro tban tho testi mony of one girl to make mo boliovo hor oithor cold or ungratoful." Tho80 roflcctions pasBcd through bis mind as bo was politcly accoptlng Miss DaIIbb' invitation to accompnny bor to Mrs. Whitworth Walkingham's muslcal tca, tho ncxt day. "It will bo a boro," bo said to him self; "but Mrs. Whitworth Walking ham is a genius, nnd thoro will bo suro to bo good music thoro." Tbcre waa good music thoro, and also dcllcious tca, in tbo tiniest cups, each painted with n sepnrnto wlld flower or bunch of grnsscs; cako, iccs and white grnpes following tbo bnrcaro lna and rondoletlas and all wcnt morry as a marringo bcll, until in turning to plnce n chnir nenror tho window for Miss Dallas, Mr. Ballard'Bunfortunate clbow knockcd ono of tho pricolcss cups off tho carvcd sholf of tbo Japa ncso cabinot and broko it into threo picccs. "Mrs. Whitworth Walkinghnm will commit suicidel" cried Medorn, clasp iug bor bands with simulatcd torror. "I Bwear you to eternal secrecyl" said Mr. Bnllnrd, laughing, as hc wrappod tho pioces in tho pocket bandkcrcbief and disposed tbem safely in his pocket. "If thero is a atoro in New York, Brooklyn or Joraey City wboro tbis prccious toy can bo matched it shall not bo left unscarcbed." For every ono, Mr. Ballard includ ed, kncw that Mrs. Whitworth Walk ingham was almost a monomnniac on tho subject of her china; and bo was rcnlly moro deeply chagrined tban ho appcared to be. You can't matcb it," said Medora Dallas. And sbo provod to be rlght. In his disdain Hugh Ballard went to old Mrs. Megarreau, who was cxactly llke overybody's fairy godmother. "Wnat am I to dor' no said, Dlankly. "Do?" said Mrs. Megarreau, uod ding tho diamond buttcrflies on her cap. "Why go to tho china painting and dccorating rooma, of course, in Hnmmorsoly Squaro. Tako your sam ple, and tboy'll duplicate it for you in twenty-four hours. Say that Mrs. Mo garroau aent you. Mr. Ballard dovoutly thanked the old lady, and obeyed without loss of timo. It was a hugo, niry room, with tho windows nll glorifled with wintor sun sbine, and a soft stcam-hcat modifying tho rigor of the Fcbrunry air, whero half a dozen young womon wore work ing at a largo tablo. Mrs. Baker, the superintondont, who eat nt hor dcak, took the picccs of Mrs. Whitworth. Walkingham's doomcd cup and looked earneBlly at them,with her head on one sido. "Wo havo that shnpo in our wares," said sho; "and I am quito suro that we can reproduco tho design bluo iris buds and marBh-graaBea. Miss Ray mond's designs nre Bomo of tbem evon moro exquisito tban this. Rosabol, my dear, como here." And Rosabel Raymond, palo and pretty as evcr, came forwnrd in her brown linen paintlng-dresa, with her lovoly chestnut-brown hair puahed back from her face. Mra. Baker was holding out tho bits of fractured china, whoreon wero painted tho bluo irris buds and drooping grasses, but Rosa bel nover looked at them. "Mr. Ballardl" Bhe cried, bor faco brightening with a delight which Bhe was too unsophlBticated to rcproaa, "what brought you to this place?" "Miss Raymond," bo exclnimed, "wnat are you uoing noror" "iiarnlnc: mv own nving," said Koaa- bel, with quiet dignity. JJoos AilBsuauas Moaora, 1 mcan know whero you aro?" "Bhe ougnt to Know," said Rosabol, 'for it was sho who recommonded mo to como here. For tho Dallasos, I thlnk, wero gettlng tired of mo," aho addod with a sigh. "But I ought to bo very much obliged to hor, for I havo acqulred a moBt welcomed indepond enco, and tho work horo is oxcoodingly congonlal to my tastcB. Is that tho nattorn you wishod copiod, Mra. Ba ker" she aB. oci, taklnc: a nlcco of china. "Ob, what an oxqulalto group of budBl yet I am bold onough to think l can lmitato it succcBstuuy." "If you replnco tbat cup,1' aaid Mr. Ballard, dramatlcnlly, "I am your slavo forlifel" "I thlnk I can promiso to roplace it without any such condltion?" Bnid Rosabol, laughing. And Mra. Whitworth Walklncham novor know thnt her Iria-bud cup wns brokon until Hugh Ballard brought nacK ub oxnct couniorpart. "You must havo aomo apoll out of tho Arnbian Nlgbts," said sbo, cnthu Blastlcally. "JMo," no answorod, quiotly, "no spoll stronger thnn rt woman'a prac tlcod evo aud Bkilful hand." IIo camo no moro to Mra, Dnllas's Tuesday mornlng rccoptions, nndFrl day aftornoon toaa, Miss Mcdora wondorod vainly who. But ono day bIio inot him on Fifth nvonuo, and prottlly roproachcd him with his re crennt ubaontcolem. "I havo boon fortunato onough to utscovor tuo abuung place of your cousin, MIbs RoBabol Raymond," said ho, gravoly. Mcdora lookcd up, with a dccp color mounting to hor cbook. "Indocd?" said sbo. "It was vory klnd of you to sccuro for hor such a congonlal posilion as thnt," ho romarked. Modora Dallas hung hor head, and was sllont. "But sbo will not romaln thoro long," ho continucd, chcorfully. "I nm hoppy to tcll you that I am ongog od to hor. Wo aro to bo marricd In a fow wcoka. Of courso you will rccolve at homo' cartls whon wo aro fluully Bottlod!" Mcdora murmurod Bomothing about "congratulations" and "dellghtod to hoar of it." But Mr. Ballard srallcd to blm8olf whon sbo had paBscd on. "Ln bolle couslno is not cxactly plcascd," ho said to himsolf. "But what nccd I caro for tho frowns or BinilcB of olhor womon, so long as I havo won my llttlo Rosabol?" Satur day Nlght. I1K1KK. Ex-Mayor A. Oakey Hall illed In New York, nBetl73. Queen Vletorln ls reportetl ns linvInB ln vlted Kmperor Nlcholas to Balmoral with a vlew to a dlscusslon of tho far enstern sltuatlon. The lirltlsh Cliess club of London has acccpted the ohallenge of tho Brooklyn Chess club to a cablo niatoh for tho Nownea trophy, to be played early next year. Flre ln Levls, Ind., destroyHl the work Bhopa and luinbcr yards of Joseph Qos selln, a couplo of rcsldences and dam aged Klng Hroa.' shoe factory. Loss, tco.coo. Altogether nhout 160 nrrests havo been made ln connectlon with the rlots by Parls strlkers, nnd mllitary prepnra tlons aro belne: made to guard agalnat any renewal. In the superlor crlmlnal eourt ln Bprlngllcld, Justlce Bond eontenced Domlnlque Krnthofskl, who murdersu his step-dnughter, Vlotorla Plnkus, Jan. 1", lSHT, to be hanged Dec. 30. Ilnrry Elkes, who holds the hour rec ord of tho world, defented Frank Waller, tho "i0-mllc champlon blcycle rlder of the t nite.l Siiti t, ln u 50-mlle paced raoo ln Ua.uniot'f, Ills timo was 1:17:30 3-6. A ,1-year-old chlld of Joseph Selglnr, a uoalti-y resltlcnt of Brldgeport, died nt ! if - hour last nlght from belng ma 1 it-. i. i pi'lsonod by a dlscharged ser- vtu l. Thc glrl managed to escapo ar- i.t-'t Wl'liain Ogllvle, Yukon ndmlnlstra- tiii' l)ni uppolnted by theCanadlan gu o: ninent to enqulro Into and report upon the alleged scandals among gov erninenl uillcinls at Dawson. Tho gold cotnnilsslonor, A, A. Fawsett, has boen removed. The Oregon BepubUcans have de- clded to drop II. W. Corbett and will voto for Joseph Simon for Unltetl States senator. Slmon Is presldent of the sen ate and a well-known lawyer and poll tlclan of Portland. In the ballot yos terday Corbett led as usual with St) votes. GTo'vernor Budd of Callfornia Issued extradltion papers In the case of Cor della Botkln, accused of the polsoning of Mrs. John P. Dunnigan and her elster, Mrs. Joshua P. Deane of "Wilmington, Del. The governor took this action to throw tlve case Into the courts for decl slon. The triple jubilee, to mark the 30th year of Blshop McQuade's service ln tht American Cathollo hlerarchy, his 60th year ln the Iloman Cathollc priesthood nnd the 75th annlversary of the creatlon of St. Patiiek's cathedral Into a parlsh, was celebrated In Rochester, N. Y., yesterday. A petltlon from Recelver J. W. Mason of the Hampshlre County Natlonal banlt of Northampton, Mass., has been grant ed, allowlng for the compromls; of n clatm which the bank holds agalnst Lewis Warner for slx notes for $1000 each. The petltlon stated thnt Warner was unable to pay the full amount, and the receiver asked permlsslon to com promlse for $900. Leail Kor tlio Clmmilmlilp. Washington, Oct. 7. A small crowd at tended the races under the ausplces of the Natlonal Itaclng Cycllsts union, the pposlng organization to tho L. A. W. Tho most noted cracks ln blcycle clr cles particlpated. The prlnclpal event, the great quarter-mile championship, furnlshed a surprise In that Klmble of Loulsvllle carrled off flrst honors. Taylor and Bald were placed second and thlrd respectlvely Taylor, by the addition of 40 polnts to his score as the result of yesterday's races, agalnst Bald's 30, comes wlthln two polnts of the white man for the lead for champlons'lp honors. Klmble' b victory put him ,ead of McFarland of San Francisco for :hlrd place. l'rcclous Btoue Iteplace Bono. Katuro ofttimos succeeds in prosorv ing tbo eemblauco of perishablo things by gradually roplaoing thoir partiolos with aubstanco which is loss snbjoot to doctiy. A notablo oxamplo of thia wna fihowu by Profcssor H. G. Sooloy nt n rocont mootiug of tho London Geologio nl Booloty. Ho producod tho uppor bouo of tbo llippor of n plosiosaurua, tho bouo Bubstauco baviug boon almost porfoctly roplacod by opal formatiou. Tbo croa turo from wbich tbo picco of skoloton camo must havo livod so many thou Eand ycars ngo thnt wo can only approx lmnto tho time, for tbo roptilo flourish ed in tho jumssio ngo. It wus a loug nockod wntor creaturo soniewbat rcsom bliug n liznrd, nnd its follows somo timos attaiuod n longth of 80 feot. "X Ilee Iu My llunnet." 'Ornndmnrama thlnks thoro'a a beo ln my bon net. I'vo Bearched it lnsldo, nll through nnd upon it, But nothing ls thoro to stlng or dlstrcsa; Bo tlils ia hur nicnnint', I thlnk, or I tjucss toiat I'm titdcly huaded nnd fldgoty, too; Bo I will look uftor it, iiow, wouldn't yout And not bo too thouuiiUenn or cnrolosu to soo What 'onduct or uotl ona nru propcr for nic. -Chrlsttnn Work. Jiramy. how larco a ploco of cako do you want? I want a ble ploco, but don't gimmo bo inucu that i'li havo to uivido It witb slstor. Life insuranco ia a good thing but hoalth Insuranco, by kcoping tho blood puro with Hood'a Saranparilla, Ib still Detier. Monarch "ANDES" Range. PHILLIPS & CLARK STOVE COMPANY, M'frs., GENEVA, N. Y. 1 -njijr: - nitiiigLgA'1 i GOOD il I r r GOOKERY Ti'fc TtmTmm 1 m 7 THrVVTlrTiilTrT'B'T'B I I rTi jjfm'f-MtaM3. . r X pnnneat, orlglnal and copyrlehted fcaturo. Pleajw end nny BUEgestlon or redpea to our peclal edltor, addressed , , aOOD COOKEUY. ' 1 (CopyrlRhU A M'ALTREATE.D VEGETABLE. By Marion Harland. Copyright. Down In the bottum of her candld oul the average housckeeper of the mld dle and northern stntes desplses rlce as a vegetable. She has a declded ldea that It ls good for slck people, a shadowy no tlon thnt, eaten with mllk, Itlsnotamlss upon the nursery table, and a sort of ipatronlzlng respect for rlce puddlng as astand-by on wnsh-day and whlle the ihouse cleanlng fcver ls at lts height. Cullnnry educatlon of a hlgher order than sho ls llkely to gain in her ordlnary t-alk of llfe ls requlred to induce hor to glve the respectable edlble equal foot lng with beans, parsnlps and 'onlons, much less the tyrant potato, who holds his lnsolent own upon palace, and upon cottage, tables. We ai-e less Inclincd to lntolerance with our housewlfe's ignoranco because she knows next to nothing of what she desplses. Rlce, as a grajish paste, stlcky aJid lnslpid,or watery and repulslve, does not commend Itself to eye or palate. The extreme probablllty ls that our crltlc has never been fortunato enough to see a dlsli of this most valuable of vegeta bles properly cooked and served. Yet, as with maklng tea and toast, and wash Ing dlshes, the right way is so slmple that the wnyfnrlng cook, though a fool, ought never to err thereln. That she does, ln every nlnety-nlne and a-half-out of every hundred cases, ls one of the enlgmas of the American kitchen which I despalr of s.olvlng ln the course of one sliort llfe. I have already entered a protest ngainst the popular judgment of what I have called , "our gentle cereal." It glves me genulne satlsfactlon to relt erate It upon a page that will fall under the eye of half-a-mllllon readers. I hereby beg for a fair examinatlon of its merlts and careful test of theso by means of a few of tho many methods known at the South und abroad for brlnglng out the best qualltles of what ls "the maln food of one-'hlrd of the human race." TO BOIL RICE. Wash and pick over a cup of raw rlce, nnd pour clear wnter upon it ln a flnecol ander. Have ready three quarts of wa- ter, sllghtly salted and brought to a fast boll, and drop the rlce Into the bubbllng pot, by the loose handful. Boll, uncov- ered, and hard for twenty minutes; when soft, turn into the colander, shake up gently and set in the open oven to dry for two minutes before dlshing lt. Nover touch It with a spoon whlle ln cooklng. STEAMED RICE. Wash carefully half-a-cupful of raw rice, and turn into a farlna-kettle; add one cupf ul of boillng water, sllghtly salt ed, and cook closely covered, untll each graln Is tender, white and puffy, keeplng the water ln the outer kettle at a furious boll. In half an hour, or so, all the wa ter In the lnner boller should be ab sorbed by the rlce. Dry, as In last reclpe, and serve plain, or dressed accordlng to Eome one of the following methods: BUTTERED RICE. Heat a tablespoonful of butter In a saucepan, but df not let It brown. Add half-a-teaspoonful of onlon-julce, and a little pepper and salt, cook ono mlnute and pour upon the rlce, tosslng this with a fork to let the butter penetrate, A great spoontul of Parmesan cheeae makes lt yet more savory, OR, Pour over the hot, dry rlce a generous cupful of stralned tomato-sauce, Into which has been stlrred a great spoonful of Parmesan cheese. OR, Add to a cupful of chlcken or other gravy, a half-cupful of flnely mlnced meat, season well and pour upon the rlce when dished. RISSOTTA Is a favorite Itallan lunchcon-dlsh, and good -everywhere. Heat two tablespoonfuls of butter ln a sauce-pan w'th a teaspoonful of onlon Julee, nnd when lt beglns to hlss, turn In half a cuoful of raw rice which hns been washed, then drled In a hot colan der. Stlr, off nnd on, fv-.Ilfteen minutes, ndding at tho end of llve, a quarter cupf ul of boillng water' When tho quar-tev-hour ls up, pour ln a quart of boillng water and cook fast for another quar ter. If tho water is not all absorbed by then, draln lt off, pour ln half a cupful of stralned tomato sauce, seasoned with peppeir, snlt, a plnch of mncc, and twlce as much grated lemon-peel, Slinmerten minutes longer and dlsh. Pass Parmesan cheese for thoso who liko lt. Don't be alanned by tho forelgn namr nnd unusual treatment. Try my rlssotta, and let me know tln result. OltAPU CATSUP. Flvo pounds of grnpes, mashed.stowcd and rubbed through a siove. Add one plnt of vinegnr, three pounds of sugar. ono tablespoonful of ground allsplcc, one teaspoonful lach of ground cloves, cln namon nnd blaok pepper, and half a tea Hpoouful of salt. Boll altogethor untll thlck. ALL CAST IRON. reat Improvcmcnt ovcr Stccl Rangcs. No Moro Rusting out as in Stccl Rangcs. No Warping or Buckling of Oven Platcs. Drop Oven Door. Sec tional Top. Coppcr or Cast Enamelcd Reservoir. All Modcrn Improvements. IsMadc in 48 Stylcs and Sizcs. For Wood or Coal. Watcr fronts ln all sizcs, if dcsircd. If your local stovc dcaler is not sclling thc Monarch Andes, writo us. GREEN CUCUMBER PICKLES. For a half bushel of cucumbers use a plnt of coarse salt dlssolved In wnter enough to cover the cucumbers. Pour it boillng hot upon them and let them stand 21 hours; pour off the brlne, and repeat two successlve morntngs. The fourth mornlng draln off the brlne and pour on boillng water, nnd let them stand 21 hours; then lf the cucumbers are not fllled out plump pour on bollng water agaln. When the cucumbers are all fllled out plump they nro ready for tho vlnegar. Place them In tho Jar in which they are to be kept, and as they are pncked ndd llttlo bags containlng whole allsplcc, cloves, clnnnmon and mustnrd, nnd put a little horse-rndlsh root ln among the cucumbers. Heat enough vlnegar to cover- the cucumbers boillng hot, dlssolve a plece of alum ln lt, und pour over them boillng hot. Cover close ly. TOMATO CHOW CIIOW. Slice one peck of green tomatocs, slx green peppors, four onlons; stlr Into them one cupful of salt and allow to stand over nlght. Then pour off the water and put them In a kettle with vlnegar enough to cover them. Add one cupful of grated horse-radlsh, ono table spoonful of cloves, one tablespoonful of clnnamon, one tablespoonful of nllsplco nnd one cupful of sugar. Cook untll soft. BAKED BERRY ROLLS. Roll rlch biscult dough thln, cut lt Into pleces four Inches wlde and seven inches long. Spread over with berrles, fresh .or canned; roll up the crust nnd put the Jrolls In a dripplng pan just a little apart ; put a plece of butter on each roll and splces lf you llke. Stew over them a large handful of sugar and a little hot water. Bake llke dumpllngs and serve with sweet sauce. ORANGE JELLY. Boll one pound of sugar in one quart of water, add two ounces of isinglnss, stlr untll well dlssolved, and add the Julco and grated rind of flve oranges and two lemons. Straln through thln muslln. Let it stand a few mlnutes.then pour Into moulds wet with cold water. Before turning it from the moulds, srt thom ln warm water for a fow minutes. Serve with whlpped cream. QUINCE MARMELADE. Wlpe the qulnces, remove the blos som end, cut ln quarters and remove the seeds, then cut ln small pleces. Conk slowly, with water enough to nearly cover, untll soft. Rub through a sleve and add three-fourths Its measure of heated sugar. Cook slowly twenty min utes, stlrrlng occaslonally. Put ln tum blers. APPLE MOLD. In half a plnt of water boll one pound of lump sugar untll lt becomes n ve'-y thlck syrup. Then peel and core one a d one-quarter pounds of apples and add to tho syrup. Add the Julce of a lemon and slowly boll all together untll lt Is thlck. Pour into a wet mold, and when cold It will turn out a solld jelly. CITRON PICKLE. Paro and cut cltron Into pleces any slze you prefer and boll In water with a very small plece of alum, untll tender, then drain. Boll together for ten min utes, three quarts of vlnegar, four pounds of sugar and one-fourth pound of cassla buds. Put the cltron ln and boll flve minutes. SPICED GRAPE. Elght pounds of grapes, mashed and cooked enough to straln out the seeds and sklns. Rub the pulp through the selve, then add four pounds of sugar, ono quart of vlnegar, and one table spoonful each of clnnamon nnd nllsplce, and two teaspoonfuls of cloves. Slmmer three hours. GRAHAM CAICE. One teaspoonful of sour mllk, one Jialf teaspoonful of cream, one coffee cupful of sugar, one-half teaspoonful of soda, two tcacupfuls of graham Hour. Do not slft tho (lour. The unfortunato c o n dl fl o nexis tTiig nmong our soldiers returnlng from Cuba nnd cnmp ls a naturat result fol lowing tho vlolatlon of Nature's lnex orable laws, and the suffering ls IndP scrlbably appalllng. This condltion ls the result of nvoidable error; error ln the interpretatlor of tho law of nutritlon. Tho New Era Cooklng School teaches how a man mny be ccrtaln ho ls maklng no mlstake ln regard to the nutrltlve qualltles of tho food ho tnkes. The Vltal Questlon, thlrd cditlon, con tntnlng ovor 250 recipes for tho propnra tion of nntural foods, a trentlso on tho food subject. menus, table of food values, tho law of nourlshment, with "Our Navy Supplemont," bonutlfully bound nnd tled with llk cord, mnlled postpnld to uny addrcss mentlonlng Good Cookery ln tbis papir. Tho New Era Cooklng School, Worcester, Mass. Spontnncous Combnstlou ln Ilny. Prof. W. A. Iloury, in tho Breeder'a Qctzelte, givos tho following ndvico: "Whoro huy is hoating ln tho mow nnd ihrcatcns eponlnuooua combustion, I bollovo it best to provont tho cntrnnco of olr by covoring tho masa ns com plotely ns posslblo with othor hny, Btraw or matorlal which will incaso tho mass as tigbtly as posslblo. In no caso ehould an offo'rt bo mado to rcmovo tho heatcd hay unlosa thoro is plonty of wator and holp prcsont, bo that any flro which may oriso can bo quickly extingulshed. Tho burniug ombera of a charcoal pit aro oxtlnguishcd at tho ploa8uro of tho charcoal-burnor by pro vonting tho inflow of air to tho pit. In tho samo mannor, tho heated mass in a hny mow may be provonted from breaking into a flamo by smothoring and allowing tho conditiona gradually to bocomo normal by tbo hoat passing off gradunlly by bIow convcction." AcconniNO to Hoard's Dniryman. tho largeBtsllo in tho world is locateu in JofforBon county, Wis. It is eixty two foot in diamctor and forty-oight fcot high. Last year, 140 acrcs of hoavy corn woro putjjinto it, and thon it lacked ten feot of boing full. This silo coat $3,000. What's TnE TnouiiLr. ? Is it Sick Ilcad neho Is it Iiiliousness? Is it Sluggish Livor? rS your akin sallow? Do you feel moro dead han alive? Your systom needa toning Your Liver isn't doing its -work Don't resoit to strong druga Dr.Agnew's Liver Pilla, 10 centa for 40 doacs, will work wondcrs for you. 19. W. E. Terrell & Co., Collina Ulnkley. USTAXK OF IIOSWKI,!. J. GOODMJ,. Statk or VKnMONT, UlBTIUOT OF WA811INOTON, BB. In l'robate CourL hold at Montpeller.ln and fot aaid Dlsttict, on the 1 st dar of October, A.l). 18:13. An Inatrntnoiit purnortlnB tobethe laatWllland TesUment of UOSWISLL J. GOODELL, late of Cal. ats, ln lald Dlstrlct, decoated, belng presented to tho Court for 1'iobato: lt U ordored bj aaid Conrt, that aU peraona concerned thereln bo notlfled to appear ni a toaalon or aaid Court, to bo liolil at the l'robate Offlco. ln aaid Montpoller, 011 the 2lat dar of October. A. I). antl ahow cauae. 1f nnr thnv may have, agalnat the l'robate of aaid Inatrumont, iu. wuiuii yuruuBu 11 is luriiior urcorcfi, inac no tice of thla orclerbe nubllalied three TCeeka ati(.iit. alvely in the Vermont Watchman & Stale Journal, a newapaper prlnttrt at Montpoller, ln thla Btato, provloua to aaid thne appolntod for hearlng. iij ine t;ouri Aiieai, 2M7 I1IKAH OAltLETON. Jndgo. lCSTATiC OF IIAIUUKT A. 1(1012. STATE OF VBBMOST, DIBTIUOT OF WABI1INOTON. 88. In l'robate Couit. held at Montneller. ln nnil fnr aaid Dlitrlct, on tho 3d day ot October, A. I). 1R13: An Inatrument, pnrporllng to be the lait will and teatament ot 1IAKHIKT A. KICK, late ot the city ot llarre, ln aaid IMatrlct, deceaaed, belng preaented to the Court for l'robate, lt la ordered by aaid Court, tbat atl peraona concerned thereln be notlfled to appear at a aeaalon ot ealtl Court, to be held at tho hrobate Offlce, ln aatd Montpelier, on the2latdayof October, A. I). 16M, and bIiow came, It any they tnay have, agalnat the probate ot iM Inatrument, for wldch purpoae It la turther ordered, that notlce of thla order be publlahed three weeka aucceaalvely ln the Vermont Watchman A Stale Joar naU a nowpaper prlnted at Montpellor, ln thla Statc, provloua to aaid time appolnteu for hearlng. ijt mo iuun Aiiesc. 25-27 1IIUAM OAltLETON, Judge. OOMMIBSIONEUS' NOTIOE. ESTATE OF rUII,IP ilOUEHTS. The nnderalgned, havlng been appolnted by the Ilonorable l'robate Gouj-t for the IMatrlct of wuh. lngton,commlaalonera to rccelvo, examtne and adj uat all clalma anrt deroanda ot all peraona agalnit the GBiaie oi 1-iiiL.ir kuii.i(i. late oi Montpelier, In aaid Dlstrlct, deceaaed, anu all clalma oihlblt ed lnoCTaet theroto, hereby glve notlce that we will meot for the purpoaea aforeaald, at the ofilce of tho Vermont Mutuat Flre Inaurance Company ln tbe City of Montpelier, Vt., ln aaid Dlstrlct, on the 13th day of October, 1898, and bth day of March, 1899. next. from two o'clock P. M. nntll flve o'clock r. M.. each of aaid days, and that elx montha from the 12th day of September, A. 0. 1898, la tbe time Umlted by aaid Court for aaid credltora to preaent meir ciairaa to ua lor examinatlon ana auowance. Dated at Montpelier, thla 3d day of October, A.D. 1839. WILLIAM T. DEWEY.l (,.,.... 25-27 OEO. O. 8TUATTON, i t'Ommiaaionera. COMHIEBIONEHS' NOTIOE. KSTATK OF SARAII SAKOENT. The nndcralgned, havlng been appolnted by tce Ilonorable l'robate Court for tho Dlstrlct of Waatili g ton, commlaalonera to recelve, examlne and adjui t all clalma and demanda of all peraona nzalnat tteostato of 8AKAII fi AHOK.sT, late of Water bury, ln aaid dlstrlct. deceaaed; and all clalma eihlb lted tn offaet thereto, hereby glve notlce that we wlU meet for the purpoaea aforeaald, at the atore of J. A. Ollmore, In the town of Waterbury, ln aaid Dlatrlct.on the 2th day ot October and lat day ef March next, from two o'clock r. M. nntll four o'cIock F. M., each ot aaid daya, and that an montha from tho 15th day of September, A.D. 189S. la the time Umlted by aaid Court for aaid credltora t( preaent thelr clalma to na for examlnaUon anc allowance. Dated at Waterbury, thla lat day of October, A. D. 1898. JAMESA. OILMOItE.l 25-27 l'.K. UALE, JComi. ESTATK OF MKLISSA STEAKNS. BTATI OF VEKMONT, DIBTBIOT OF WABIHNOTON, BS. In Probate Court. held at Montpelier, ln and for ald Dlstrlct. on tho 26th day of September, A.D. 1898 : W. II. II. Meara, Executor of the laat will and teatament of MELISSA STKAHN8, late of Marah. fleld. In aaid Dlstrlct. deceaaed, preaents his admln latratlon acconnt for examinatlon and allowance, and makes appllcatlon for a decree ot dlatxlbnUon and partltlon of the eatate of said deceased. Where upon, lt ls ordered by said Court that said acconnt and aaid appUcaUon oe referred to a sesslou thereof, to be held at tbe Probate OBlce, In aaid Montpelier, on the 14th day ot October, A. D. 189S. for hearlng and declsloo tbereon; and, lt ls turther ordered, that notlct hereof be glyen to all peraona lnterestod by f ubllcaUou of the taine three weeka succesatvely to ht Vermont Watchman Jt State Journal, a newapaper rjnbUahed at MontDeller. nrevtous to aaid tlmc time and place, and show cauae. tf any they may have, why said account should notbe allowed and such decree made. Uy the Court. Attest. 24-38 HIHAM OAltLETON, Jndge. xor neanng, tna tney may appear ai saia ESTATE OF ALI.EN M. FULLEIl. 8TAT OF Vkemobt. DIBTBIOT OF WABUINOTON, 68. In Probate Court. held at Montpelier, ln and foi said Dlstrlct, on the 24th day of September, A.D. 18981 Marcua Peck, Admtnlatrator ot the eatate of Barah 13. Fuller, who waa ln her Ufetlrae Admlnlatratrix of. the eatate of ALLKN M. FULLKIt, late ot Warren, ln said Dlstrlct, deceased, presents the admlnlstra tlon account of aaid Barah II. Fuller for ex aminatlon and allowance, and makes appllca tlon for a decree of dlatrlbutlon and partl tlon ot the estate ot said deceaaed. Whore npon, It ls ordered by said Court, that said acconnt and said appllcatlon De referred to a aeaalon thereof, to be held at the Probate Ofilce, In aaid Montpelier, on the l.'lst day ot October, A. D. 1898, for hearlng and declalon thereon; and, lt la further ordered, that notlce hereof be given to all peraona lntereated, by fubllcatlon of the same three weeks auccesslvely ln he Vermont Watchman t Statl Journal. a newspaper publlahed at Montpelier, prevlous to said time ap polnted for hearlng, that they may appear at said time and place, and, show cause, lf any they may have, why said acconnt should not be allowed, and such decree made. lly the Court. Attest, 24-29 HIHAM OAltLETON, Judge, OOMUISSIOItBBS' IIOTIOS. ESTATE OF IIOUAKT K.CKAIN. The underalgned. havlng been appolnted by tbe Ilonorable l'robate Court for the Dlstrlct ot Wash lngton commlaalonera,to recelve, examlne and adjust all clalrns and demanda of all persons agalnst the estate of 11011AHT K. OltAlN, late ot Berlin, ln said Dlstrlct, deceaaed; aud aU clalma ei hlblted In offaet thereto, hereby glve notlce that we wlU meet for the purpoaea aforeaald atthe houae of K. L. Uljnn, ln the town of llerlln, ln said Dlstrlct, ou the 13th day of October and 20th dayof March next, from ten o'clock A. M. unUl two o'clock r. .. each of aaid days, and that slx montha from the 26th dar of Bepttinber, A. D. 1898. la tbe Ume Umlted by aaid Court for aaid crodltors to pre aent thelr clalma to ua for examinatlon and allow ance. Dated at Weat llerlln, thla 26th day of September, A. D.1898. HIHAM 11. AYHHS.l ,.,,.,,.,..,. H-26 EDWIN L. U1.YNN, f Commlaalonera. OOUMIBSIOMSaa' DOTIOK. ESTATE OF OAT.EIt O. EATON. The nnderalgned, havlng boen appolnted by th Ilonorable Probate Court for tbe Dlstrlct of Wash ington commlaalonera to recelve, examlne and ad Just all clalms and demands of all persons agalnat tho estato ot (1AI.K11 U. EATON, late of Middle sex, ln said Dlstrlct, deceased, and all clalms ex hlblted In offaet thereto, hereby glve notlce tbat we will meet for the purpoaea aforeaald at the dwelllng houae ot the late O. O. Eaton, In tho town of Middle sex, ln aaid Dlstrlct, ontlio ltthday ot October and Uth day ot March next, from ten o'clock, A. u. uutll four o'clock, V. n., each of aaid daya, and that slx montha from the Ilth day of September, A.D' 1898, la the time Umlted by said Court for said credltors to preaent thelr clalma to us for examina tlon and allowance. Dated at Middlesex, this 19th day of September, A. D. 1898, lt. W. WAllllHN, I nmm,,.,n" Jl-M OEOUOE MONTAUUE, f 25?I2Jf f22"? MAKE IT PUBLIC I'ubllclly CountSi Tliat's Wliot Iho Pcoplo Wnnt. Montpelier Exprcs slon on tlio Subject, Makoltpiibllo. Toll tho peoplo about H. Gratltuile promotos publlclty. Gratoful cltlzetis talk. Tliay telt thelr nelghbors, tell tbolr frlomls. Tho news ls tooRootl to keep. Everybody sbould know about tho llttlo conqueror. "llad IJacks" are numorou9. So fow unilerstand tlio causo. Many Montpoller peoplo aro learnlDg. And better stlll tbey'ro belne cured. Lame backs ate lamo no more. Weak ones regain thelr Btroncth. This ls tho overy day labor ln Montpelier. Of Doan'B Kldney I'llls. Oar cltlzens are inaking lt publlo. Mr. llenry J. Snow of 177 Elm street, enys: "My back comuionced to tronble ma witb a paln across my kldnoya. It came on me and atayed two or three days and then went away, but each attack was worse and lasted longer. This kept up untll tbe wln tor of '07 when I made up my mlnd to do sometblnc and I got Doan's Kldney PIUs at Lestor II. Green's drug store, as I bad board tbem blgbly recommended. 1 began uslnc tbem as dtrected and when I bad useu about two-thlrds of tbe box tbe paln left me; I bave only bad ono or two sllKbt at tack n slnce, when I resorted to Doan'8 Kld ney I'llln and was agaln qalckly ourod. Doan's Kldney Pllls are a good medlcine to keep ln tho hoase and I lntend to alwaya have thom on band. You may refer to me at any time for they cured mo and I thlnk they will others," Doan's Kldney Pllls for sale by all deal ers; prlceSOcents a box. Mlled on recelpt of prlce by Foster-MIIburn (Jo., Btiff ilo, N. Y., boIo agents for tbe Unlted Statos. ItEMEMHEK THE NAME DOAN'S AND TAKE NO OTHEIl. ESTATE OF A1YVAH M. SIIEPAItD. RTATE OF VKnMONT. DIBTUIOTOF WA8HINOTOH, BB. In Probate Court, held at Montpelier, ln and lor said Dlstrlct. onthelbtli dayof September. A.D. WSl Orln II. Kmlth. AdnlllllstrAtnr nl thn nataf a nf lt- VAH M.SIIEI'AHD.Iateof Marahfleld.ln aaid Dls trlct, deceaaed, makes appllcatlon to aaid Court. with tho conaentam! appiobatlou ln wrltlng of the wldow and helrB ot aaid deceased resldlngln tho Slateof Vermont, for llcenae to aell all of the real estate of aaid deceaaed, altuated ln Marahfleld.ln aaid Dlstrlct, to wit: Homo place, lacludlng the In tereat of the wldow of said deceaaed thereln and tho homestead rlght, repreaentlng that the aale thereof nuuiu uo umicuKiui iu me wiuow nna neirs or saia deceased, and those Intoreated In bla estate, ln order to convert aaid real eatate Into lnoney. Wherr upon, lt la ordered by aaid Court that aalc appllcatlon be referred to a aeaalon thereof. to bf hold at the l'robate Olllce, In aaid Montpelier, or the Ilth dav of Octnhfir. A. II. lwiR. fnr hA,Hnv and declalon thereon; and, lt la further ordered. mai an peraona mierested ue notiaed hereof, by nubllcatlon ot notlce of aaid appllcatlon and order thereon three weeka aucceaalvely ln the Vermont Watchman ! filatc Journal. A linwtnnner ntitiltahArt at Montpelier, In thla state, and which clrculates ln tne neiguoornooa or cnose lntereated, betore aala time of hearlmr. that thev mnv nnne.ir Ht nntri Hms and place, and, it they see cauae, object thereto. Uy the Court. Atteat. 2i--'b lllKAil UA11I.ETON, Judge. ESTATE OK OltANGE J. OAI.E. STATE OF VKItMONT, DI8TRIOT OF WA8HINOTON, 88. In Probate Court. held at Montpelier ln nnrf fnr aaid Dlatrlct. ou the 26th day of September.A.D. 1893: llenry N Uuahnell, Admlnlstrator nf the eatate ot uiiAmjg..;. uall. late or waiianeid, ln aaid Dls trlct. deceased, makes appllcatlon to aaid Conrt with the conaent aud approbatlon ln wrltlng of the wldow aud helrs of eald deceaaed realdlng ln tha State ot Vermont, for llcenae to aell all of the real eatate of aaid deceaaed, altnated ln Waitsfield, ln aaid Dlatrlct, to wlt: Home farm, and the mountaln lot, ao called, kclucllnK the lntereat of tbe wldow of eald deceaaed thereln and tho homestead rlght, repreaentlng that the aala thereof would be beneflclal to the wldow and helra of aaid deceaaed and tboae lntereated ln his estate, ln order to convert said real eatato Into money. Whereupon, lt la ordered by aaid Conrt, that aaid appllcatlon be referred to a aeaalon theroof , tobeheld atthe Probate Ofilce, ln aaid Montpelier, on the 14th day of October. A. D. 1898, for heartng and declalon thereon; and lt ls further ordered, that all peraona lntereated be notlfled hereof, by pnb tlcatlou of notlce of aaid appllcatlon and order thereon three weeka aucceaalvels ln the Vermont Watchman ,C State Journal. a newapaper publlahed at Montpelier, lts thla atate, and which clrculates ln the nelghborhood of those lntereated, before aaid time of hearlng, that they may appear at aaid time and place, and, lt they aee cauae, object thereto. Jy the Court. Atteat. 21-26 IIIHAM OAltLETON, Judge. ESTATE OF HKI.KN F. DODLET. 8TATB of Vbbmont. DlBTKIOT OF WASUINQTON, BS. In Probate Court held at Montpelier, lu and for aaid Dlatrlct, ou the 4th day of October, A.D. 1843. D. Wlllard Dudley. Executor of the laat will and teatament of UELEN K.DUDLEY.late ot Montpelier ln aaid Dlatrlct, deceaaed, preaents hla admlnlstratlon count for examinatlon and allowance, and makea appllcatlon for a decree ot dlatrlbutlon and partltlon ot the eatate of aatd deeeaaed. Wherenpon, lt ls ordered by said ourt, tbal said account ana said ap pllcatlon be referred to a aeaalon thereof, to be held at the l'robate Ofilce, ln aaid Montpelier, on the 2Sth day of October, A. D. 1898, for hearlng and declalon thereon: And, lt ia further ordered, that notlce hereof be glven to all peraona lntereated, by pnbllea catlon of the aame three weeks auccesslvely ln tha Vermont Watchman State Journal, a newapaper pubUshed at Montpelier, prevlous to aaid time ap polnted for hearlng, that they may appear at said time and place and show cause, lf any they may have, why aaid account sbould not be allowed, and such decree made. lly the Court. Attest, IIIItAM CAKLETON, Judge. 25-27 ESTATE OF IIUSSEL.I. O. SIIATrUCK. state of vxkmont, Dibtbiot of Washington, bb. In Probate Court, held at Montpelier, in and for said Dlstrlct, on the Jdday of October, A.D. 1893. Edward A. Eldredge.Admlnlstratorotthe eatate of RUSSELL O. SIIATrUCK, late of Warren, ln said Dlstrlct. deceaaed, presents his admlnlatraUon account for examinatlon and allowance, and makea appllcatlon for a decree of dlatrlbutlon and par tltlon of tbe eatate of said deceased. Wherenpon lt ls ordered by said Court, that said acconnt and said appllcatlon be referred U a seaalon thereof, to be held at the Probate Offlce, ln aaid Montpelier, on the -'8th day of October, A. D. 1898. for hearlng and declalon thereoni And, lt la further ordered, that no tlce hereof be glven to all peraona lntereated by publlcatlon of the same three weeks aucceaalvely la tbe Vermont Watchman A State Journal, n newapaper publlahed at Montpelier, prevloua to aaid time ap polnted for hearlng, that they may appear at said time and place, and ahow cauae, lf any they may have, why said account sbould not be allowed and sucn aecree maae. By the Court.-Attest, IIIItAM OAltLETON, Judge. -25-17 ESTATE OF ADDISON LAIItl). Statk of Vhbuokt. Dibtbiot of Washington, ss. In Probate Court, beld at Montpelier, ln and for aaid Dlatrlct. on tbe 30th day ot September, A. D. 1899: An Inatrument pnrporting to betbe last will and teatament of ADDISON LAIItD, late ot Cabot, ln aaid Dlatrlct, deceaaed, belng presented to tha Court for Probate, It Is ordered by said Court: tbat aU persons concerned thereln be nottflea to appear at a sesalou of said Court, to be held atthe Probate Offlce, ln aaid Montpelier, on the 21st day ef October, A, D. 1898, and show cause, tt any they may have, agalnst the probate ot aaid Inatru ment; for which purpoae lt la turther ordered that notlce of this order be publlahed three weeki auccesslvely ln the Vermont Watchman A Stale Joutnal, a newapaper prlnted at Montpelier, ln this state, prevlous to said time appolnted for hearlng. lly the Court. Atteat, 2V27 IIIItAM OAltLETON. Judge. ESTATE OF OIIAKI.ES It. KEI.I.OaO. Statk of Vbbuont, Dibtbiot of Washington, bs. In Probate Court, held at Montpelier, ln and for said Dlatrlct, on the 2d day of October, A.D. 1893 1 Samuel M. Turner, Admlnlstrator of the estate of OIIAKI.ES M. KKLLOOO, late of Duxbury. In aaid Dlatrlct, deceaaed, makea appllcatlon to said Oourt, with the couaont and approbatlon lu wrltlng of the wldow aud helra of aala deceaaed realdlng ln the State of Vermont, for llcenae toaell allot the real eatate of aaid deceaaed, altuated In Duxbury, ln aaid Dlstrlct, to wlt I Home farm, lucludlug the ln tereat ot the wldow of aaid deceased thereln. and the homestead rlght, repreaentlng that the aala thereof would be heneflclal to the wldow and helrs of said Idecoused, and tbose lntetested ln his estate, lu order to convert stld real eatate Into money. Whereupon. It la ordered by aaid Court that aaid appllcatlon be referred to a aeaalou thereof, to bo held at the Probate Offlce, In aaid Montpelier, on the 31st day of October, A. I. 18', for hear lng and declalon thereon; aud, Itla fnither ordered, that all peraona lntereated to notlfled hereof, by publlcatlon of notlco of said appllcatlon and order thereon three weeks aucctaalvely lu tho I'mnoal Watchman A State Jotrnnl, a newapaper publlahed at Montpelier, In thla atate, and which clrculatea ln tha ueiphborhood of thoae lntereated, before aaid time cf hearlng, that they may appear at aaid time and placo, aud, lf they see cause. object thereto, lly tha !v..rt.-Atteat. 25-37 IIIItAM OAltLETON, Jndge.