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VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST VTE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY SE! TEMBEIt 6 1890
7 iCASE OF C0NS0IENCE. MISS IIATIIAWAY lookcd up from her cmhroidcry. Tlic trini, fat fig i iirc of Mrs. Crocker stood in tho Idoonvay. Mrs, Croikcr was drcsacd for ths ittftornoon, licr white npron had thc sliarp ,f old. of rccctit ironing, undcr licr chin was a jflat how of lavoiuler ribbon, pinucd with a liinind gold pin. Sho smilcd a comfortablo ifniile. "Comc in," sald MIbs Ilathaway, pleas lantly. "If vou aiti't too buiv." taid Mrs. Crock- r, lieMtatinsly, "l'd like to liavo you back thls ciivcllup. Slie licld out, ns b!ic Mike, uluc-lincd cnvolune. a newtpaiier m, ng and a sliiny rcd pciiholdcr. I "Ycs, indccd," aald Miss Ilathaway, ("but it nn'i another patent mcdieine, ia H, jSfrs. Crocker?" "Not exactly," said Mrs. C'rocker, sitling dotrn comfortably in a hg rockiug chair .amd folding licr plump liands ovcr tho jwhito apron. "You see, it's mndc by a Irctj'Iar practicing physician, and indorsed Iby all tlic clergy. I guesa it musl be rcal good stulT. Y'hy. you just ouglit to rcad tome of tbem testinionials, there's onc just (u good ns a etory: 'On tlic lirink of tbc Qravc' " Mrs. Crockcr'B tono bccamo morc and morc impressivc. "It's just aa ad at tho beginiuug, but it turns out all iright. I cut it out to give to tbc ministcrt 'he's rcal fond of reading and lliis being tme, too. ' It's about a girl curcd by threo ,bottles of this mcdieine, after the doctors Ihad all givcn bcr up." "What ia it mcant to eure?" asked Misa Ilathaway. "Well," said Mrs. Crocker, prepariris to iclioik olf her eount witb onc hand on tbc 'fingcrs of tbc otbcr, "it's good to clcar out tbc blood, and to bcautify the complcxion, 'nd it hclps your stomach, and norve-y dis ordcrs, and thc livcr, and you can usc it as Ia liniracnt, and it's first-ratc for consump tion." Mrs. Crocker wcnt ovcr the account legain in a whisper, nodding her npproval to cvcry separate Cnger. "I tcll you, Misa Ilaihaway," sho said, firmly, "tbc man tbat makes a mcdieine that curcs all those awful 'thinga U a mighty good doctor." "1 wondcr," said Miss Ilathaway sho spoko without a ghost of a smilc "how one mcdieine can curc all those dtsenses?" "Why, bless you, dear," said Mrs. Crocker, bcaraing bcncvolently on her, "lf I ain't thought of that very thing, nights, when Hosca was reading tho Chron- icic, and I was a-darning bis stockings; jhe's awful hard on bis stockings. Now, ) there's lots of hcrbs, and saps, and roots, and barks, and juiecs, and all on 'cm good ior sometliing. S'posc somc blows up thc lung, that's good for consumption, and thcy migbt kind of inflate a ncrve, too, wc're so ikind of fcarfully and wondcrfully made. And soine will sort of stimulate tbc juice3 In your stomach, and I bet that would bo good for thc blood. You see, tho stomach, or the ncrve, or tho lung, or tho llver, takes what herb thcy want, and the rcst just goes to disflgurate the whole system." Mrs. Crocker pauscd for brcath she livas somewhat carried away by hcr own (eloquence. "llut you haven't any discases, have you V i asked Miss Ilathaway. "Land, nol" said Mrs. Crocker, "I'm spry (as a kittcn, but that's no sign I'm always jsoing to bo. I'm going to takc this to kecp ithings off," sho added, impressivcly ; "I say, ia teaspoonful of preventative is worth a pail ful of restorative." Ncrt wcek thc mcdieine came, also the jipoon, which was not solid; also tho tcsti rmoniaJs. Mrs. Crocker came oftcn to Miss iHathaway'a room. Sho had found hcr a itnost Eympa-thctio listcncr. Mrs. Crocker showcd remarkable mis aionary zcal after this. Sho tcstiCcd near and far to the mcrits of the mcdieine. Soon nearly every other family in the village had a shining new plated tablespoon. "There's o'.d man Iluckins," said Mrs. 'Crocker to MiS3 Ilathaway, "he scnt for hsnme of my mcdieine, and now he feels just :as frisky as a young colt. There's the piinistcr's wife, sbe gives hers to hcr baby, iand Ann Eliza, she takes it forherrbeuma- tiz, and she t-ays sbe bcts it's good for Ithe cbilblains. And Sam Jones' wife is all icurcd of her headacho and her lamo knce. Sbe's a-going to testify," Mrs. Crocker lowfred her voice to the whisper of confl Idence. "Don't you thlnk I ougbtto testify? 'Now, my ncphew, he goes to Ilarvard col ,lege, he's coming next wcek, and I kind of jthink ho'll take my picture to send. Miss JHathaway, would you get a new bunnit, or , would you just wcar a nico cap?" But the day after the ncphew did come, !Mr3. Crocker burst into Miss Hathaway's iroom witb every sign of mental anxicty. '"Oh, dcarl Ob, dear!" she sobbed, Bitting 'dolcfully on tho cdgo of a stid chair, and 'rubbing hcr cycs wlth bcr npron. ''What is the matter?" asked Miss Ilsth away. . "Oh, dear, dear, dear! What do you s'pos Ho told me?" "Ilo!" queried Miss Ilathaway. , "Well, II. Eldridge Lubbock, the girls coll iim, my nephew, you know. They took imy medicine all to pieccs down to Har vard Oh, dear! Oh, dear!" "Ycs?" said Miss Ilathaway. "And Ilo says it's all nothing but Jamai ,ky gingcr, and sas'fras, and chcap liquor jjust tlunkl Poisonous liquor!" Mrs. Crock- sighed, plaintively. . "Don't it scem to jrou as if l'd been failing lately? Oh, dear, idear me, just to think of those 17 poor, dear, Ibamboorled ministers of the Gospel!" Not long after Miss Ilathaway heard a tgurgle of liquid and a brcaking of glass iut bebind the bouse. She stepped out ibiuI met Mrs. Crocker. Mrs. Crocker's ojonnet was tied firmly undcr her chin, and pcr cbecks werc rcd witb, rightcous wrath. r'l've Btaved it all up, you see," shc said, in 'a higb, shrill volce that trembled witb cx icitemcnt, "and now I'm a-going right off, Ito tell Ann Kliia, and the ministcr'B wife, land S'phi' Jones, and old man Iluckins, iaad all tbe rest. It's on my consciencc 'the wicked, wicked scrpent we've been a llianipering in our bosoms." . The next day Mrs. Crocker rtood again at the door of the summer sitting-room. jller smile was again placid, she lookcd cool nd calm and coinfnrtable. In her liands jwere a blue-lined cnvelope, a newspaper fclipplng and a slany red penholder. "Would jyon mind backmg me an envellup, Mis.s Hatbaway?" she asked. k "Why, Mrs. Crorker," said Miss Hath jaway, "it isn't another patent medicine, is !it?" "Well," said Mrs. Crocker, ilowly, "I've looked through thc wcekly, and all the idailies, and I guess thls is just ns good a blood purifier ns there is. You look nt tbe dvertiscment and see if it don't read scn idble. You sce, I ran't liclp having it on my conscienrc, all tliat awful, wicked liquor we've been nnd took. 1 mndc up my mind that l'd got to take Bomcthing, jtnt to anti ,doto it, ycs" Mrs. Crocker's fat (lguro aa 'snraed a fine dramntic pose, and hcr placid forehead frowncd with earneatness, "to just rverlastingly cxpurgate the wrctclied stuff ,rieht out of my syctom." Stiss Ilathaway silently adilrcsscd the rn 'Velope. HoBsewife. Kodol Dyspcpsia Cure "Dlgcsts wltat you cat." MISCELLANEOUS ITEM3. iioston 1ms 30 publlo outdoor bathing1 plncca. Ileccntly n sblp of only 2,800 tons car ried from l'arn, lirazll, to New Yorlt, ucnrgoof rubber, whlch wna tnsured for $3,000,000. Ex-Sccrctary Whltncy's fnmoua stn bles nt Whcntley are 800 fcet in lcngth. Tho foundatlon ia of brlok nnd the up per structurc of plne. Thero Is ncarly $13,000,000 lu the Unltcd Statcs trcastiry, thc procccdi of Bnles of cotton which fcll into tho fcde.ral liands durlng the clvll war. Thls money bclongs to the owners of the cotton or thelr heirs, lf thcy can prove thclr clnimB. Mcn exposed to the rlgors of tbe Alaslcan wluter ncver wcar mustaches. Tbcy wcar full bcards to protcct the throat and face, but kcep thc tippcr Up clean shavcn. Thc molsturc from tho brcath congcaU so qulckly thatn mus tachc becomcs imbedded in a solld cnke of lce and the fncc la frozen in a nbort tlmc. The famous llluc grotto of Caprl Imb now a rlval in the state of MinneBota. It occurs In a lake on the shorc of whlch thcre is n cavern of white llmcstono flooded wlth water. A Bwimmcr cntcrs the cavo and, turnlng to look outward, Bcca the niost beautiful shadcs of green and blue In the water nnd a silvery Hhccn ovcr hls submergcd limbs. Thc nverage man, llvlng for C0 ycars, consumca betwcen 14 nnd 13 tona of bread in a lifctlmc. The welght of solld food of all kinda he consumcs nggre gates the Btnrtling total of a fraction lcss than 65 tons, whlle on thc basia of thrce plnts of flulda pcr day he con Bumes 424 tons of liquid. Think of the woman'a toil In preparlng this nmonnt of food and drink. At Vorl Gibson, in tho Indlan Tcrrl tory, 80 milcs south of Coireyvillc, stands thc Iioufc that wns occupicd by JeiT Davls whlle he oMd gurrison duty thcre us n lleutcnant before the Mex lcjin war. He went to the old fort just after mnrrying Ocn. Tuj-lor'a daugh tcr, and was tlierc sevcral years. Tho old houso has been beatcn by tho storms thla spring untll the chimneys at thc ends have fallen. SURGERY BILL FOR A CAT. Tnlibj-'n Nonc Wan Cjrnno lc Ilcrsre rito Ilnllil nnd It Hnil to Ue Chnniced. Timson, a large tortoise Angora cat, owncd by Mra. Samucl Itawlcy, a wcalthy woman, llving on a farm about aix miles from St. Louis, had an opera tion iierformed on his face rccently, to the like of which probably no cat cver before was subjectcd. Timson waB a feHne De Bergerac. All hls native charm and beauty, his chlv alry nnd the courtl- manners inhcritcd from a proud, unbroken Hne of nn cestors, wcre Bpoilcd by a big ycllow emudge on his nose. For Timson to assume 13eau Brummel nlrs with that plebeian yellow nose wns as absurdly impossible as Chuck Connors in un opera hat: If science, through the ngency of dermatology, could'remove the blcmlBh, it should be removed. Correspondence was opened with a prominent Burgeon, and after tho nature of the blemish had been minutely deseribed to hhn he con Bented to rcmove it, and suggested that Timson be forwarded to his clinle in New York. After cjvnmination of the Btrickcn nose the doctor announced that eleo tricity was tbe only ineans which could be employed to remove the tortoisc hued hair, and that after it had been takcn out the nose would have to be blistered slightly to insure that the halr would grow in white. The elcctrical needles, he admitted, would be more or lcss painful, and after watching liis patient sinking his long claws into his blanket and then draw them out, ns though tokcp him self in training, he decided to ndmin Ister an nnesthetie. After Timson hnd succumbed to Ita influence the needles were applied and one by one the disilguring hairt -were removed. Ab the patch covered more than two Inchcs on each Bldo ai the nose, the operatlon was necessarily a long nnd tedioua one, nnd It was more than an hour before It was eompleted nnd Timson wns brought to. A light blister wns applied then, nnd the patient put to bed. The pxperiment was a great Buecess. No complications set in, nnd beyond an nnnoylng Irrlta tion caused by the blister TimBon suf fered no inconvenlencc. He wns around ngaln in two or threo dnys, nnd nlrcady n soft white down has taken the plnce of the ugly blotch. The oprration, in cludlng the fee nnd the doctor's ex penBes, amounted to $90. N. Y. Sun. Drlnklnir lce Wntrr In Siimmrr. lced water is preferablu to iee wa ter iced water being coolcd by the lce wlthout being brought in direct con tnct wlth lt. If the iee that is placcd in the water were of the same water ns that in whlch it Is nsed, the reBults of drinklng ice water would not be so detrlmcntal to the syBtem, but the mi.x ture of the two kinds of water forms one of tho objectlonable features. The less Ice water one drlnlu. the bettcr. Ico water Increnses oneB thlrst that is. there Is a greater tendency to dcslre drinu, innsmueh aa lce water slakcs the thlrst for a moment, but does not queneh It. Avold cold drlnks with mrnls, unless the stomach Is sufflclent ly Btrong to react qulckly; if not, dl- gcstlon is retnrded, for no food can he dlgestcd unlcss tho tcmperature of the stomnch Is nt 08 dcgrees Fnhrenhclt Also nvold catlng those thlngs whlch creatc an undi thlrst. Ladles' Ilome lournnl. II In Wiiy. Mrs. Hoon Dr. Collln brlngs in Bome vory Inrge bllls, doesn't he? Hoon Yes; he usually chargea flre 'loiiars per guess. ruck. One Mlnute Couh . .ire. curcj Tbat Is what It wa 1 tac Ia;. Dld you ever notlce how somc womeu break down nftcr mnrrlage? As the family Iticria'is tlu ))nor motbers losc thefr Kraccrul. sj-mmi iricat forms, thclr faces nrc full of lines nntl no veatigc of youlh re iimins. J)r. IMcrce'H l'nvoritc l'rcscriptiou wotks woiuicrs lor such womeu. A womau nccd nevcr losc her shape or Ix'iiuty. If she will takc "l'avor ilc l'rcscriptiou 11 duritifc gcstation, he will not be worricd. Morninir slckncs will he nlmost wholly un known. Ncrvoiis- ncss will be pre- vcnted. When bahy comes. there will b little or no pain. aiid tbe oidcal will be sliortened. Kccovcry will be rapld, nnd the patient will emctp;c wlth licr old-time attrnctivencss of face nntl ficure. The tnothcr who taki-i thin wondcrful mcdieine can kcep her health and yotithful looks, cven though u Iialf dozt n chlldren play about hcr kners. No otlu r woiiien's retn edy h Its equal. Ncver nllow tbe medicine dealcrto subtitutc sometliing else. This remedy cotitaitm no trace of alco hol, nor opiutu, nor any of thc dangerous drugs which entcr so largcly into many advertised "compound," recomiiietuled for the cure of invalid wimu-n. It will not create eraving for stiiiuilants. " Por fivc ycar.i my wife wn In mi nltnnst liclp lesi condltion, Mi(Ttfini; from feinnlp wenkncM," writes J. S. Uverritt. lisq., ot llnRt rinati. Wasli itiKton Co., l'ln "I.ast Scpteiulier I ih clileil to try l)r. l'icrce's l'nvoritc 1'rttrription Slic loolc several bottlesof tlie iiicillciiu aiid gavv Mrtli to a tcn pouncl son on January jist. i V. Slie I now sound aud well Hntl dolnR her hou;ework." Kvery family needs a tuedic.it guiile and instmctor. Thc bet ever ptililixlicd 13 thc Common Sense Mcdical Adviscr, 100S pages. It will be sent frcc on recript of 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost of niailinc; onlv. This book bai been not iuaptly terined "The Hible of the Itody." for it is to the body what the Biblc is to thc soul, the gTeat chart of satvatioti. Tho Lntesl Vlctim of Faitli Ciire. The pmbleni ns to lunv far the hw can interfere in protteling a man ai.'!itnst bimu lf has not hueu settlcd, but tt drnw- iii nrpr 'o a polutiott every jiar. We nyrce tlint cntea th.ill bc placud on clevated traius nnd ferry boats to iKtvunlthe vvlltlchnruu of p-o-ple. into tho Rtreet and into thc wuter, t'xpericnco havinEr proved that 111 bis atikiety to be ilrtt 011 board of n car or bo'.it aud got a seut, u mau will not only pusu wrmcn nnd childrcn uside bu will endnnger uis iue oy lumping nnd fcramb ing. Wo tnake an attempt to check willful suicido by enacting a luw atiainat it and punishiug tho critui nal, if he survivea. We restrict tho ettlo of polsous and ruay even becomo so civiiized one day ns to rcsirict Ihe sale of revolvcrs to rowdics, ns a mc-as-ure of public protection and prolectmn ot the individual againBt htmself. And so public Bcnlimcnt tnny iu timu bo como Bufilcieuily awakencd to thc dan- Lers nossible in the so-callca uurisiian Science as to put flrmer rostrnints upon it than it has cndured hithorto. lUcent doiutiB of tho scieniist nrc eue'i ns to refuto tbe cltum that n is eiiher Christiau or a pcienco. Ghris tinnity hus as ita esponce, kindnces nnd mercv. while the scientists who have dnven awuy tho phpsicinua aud sur- jruons wno aiicmpieu iu ruuuve 1110 victims of pncumouia, cancer, con sumption and hrokcn boncs have been oulraaeous in thoir conduct, whatevcr niay have beon their intentions. And tbi ir melhtjd is not a seieuce, because sci'Mico is baecd ou po3itivo laws nnd deala with measurablc facts and ina- terinh, whilo this "Bchoor' has tor its priueipal tonet the abrogution of laws auii tno hliuking of facta. It pute thc possibility cl cun- cntiruly upon beliut, which ia to be caleulated only ns a pcr- sonul equation, and not to bo prescrib- ed, ns we order quinine or (iiguai's. Moreover, it has fatlcd to juatify itself by performing the cure9 thut it alleged it could accotnpliah. And worat of all, it haa intcrfcred whcro its patienta wcre receiving the beuefita of rcgular mcdical attcndance and has ordered the doctors away and thrown their mcdipiues out at thc window. witblu about thrce venra tHeUtiriH- tian Scientiata have killcd uearly forty porsona, either by dopriviDg them of skilled phyaicians and nuraea or by driving the practitionera to doapair nnil suicide thvongh remorso at the failuro of their fchemcs. When a school ac quircs a rocord liko that it bccomes n quesiiou whether tbe law has not a right to mterlere in beuait ot tno puo lic; whcthur it haa not a right to'pro tect thcdeluded individual againat him self. Tho latct instance of malprac- tice ia that which rPBulted iu tho death ot Jolm Alleu Campbell, himself n Ctiriatiau Scientiat and an employer of hcnlera of his kind. Ue waB, in lact, a Uacher of tho fuith mctbod and lmd probably told that it was not neceasary 10 eiuploy pbyaicians for tho care of tho flick, but only to believo thnt noth- ing was tho matter. Campbell had a stroke of apoploxy in hta homo in M,.nbatuin and a physi cian waa callcd. Ilo had beon ill for sovoral days, it appears, but nothing had heen dono for him beyond tho fact that a womau had kncltbesido him and prayed, now and then. Tho wotnan and her father did not adminisier tho medicines that wero loft, but handed llietn bock next day, with tho informn tion tlmt thry could curo tho patient without drugs. Wiien tho physician ptotestcd thnt thoy were dlsobeying the law iu refuaing to allow the attond nnce of a medical practitioner they said that thoro was no law but God'a law ns if the action of medlcino might not bo ns truly in accordnnce with divino law aa tho action of fuith and tho caae was submittod to tho coroner. When tho polico not aruuud to it tho man was ikaa, and mi undertakor waa proparing to rcraovo tho bodv. Tho wholo con duct of tho cu8o denotea a wrctched stnto of n ff n Ira 111 a uivilizitd commun iiy, What happoned to Campbell mi'hl happeu to any othor peraon whoao frionds or relatives bolleved in CtirlHtian Scicnco und rcelBtod tho of 'nrts inudc on hia boimlf by rcal scion tiHin. Tho allegatious of tho fuith hcalers havo proved to bo onipty. Thcy a 0 againat reaeon, nnd this it in nn ngu of reaBon. Chriatlau Scionco uovor be Id a pluco iu scieiico. It ia in dis ropiito. Its fniluru to L'ibu its prom jjtn with its porforiuaucoa condenin it to kgut BuppreBBion. Hrooklyn E.igle. j fT'f'i"' Coal ! Savo time ! Savc work and worry with a GLENW00D Peck Bros., Montpelier, Vt. COPYRIQHTCO, SUN-COOKliU I'liKSr.KVIJS. Those of you who were interested In tho frult melanBo descrlbed In Oood Cookery sonie weeks ago will bo glnd to oarry tbe presetve stivly a little fur thcr nnd tnke up thnt of sun-coolted frults. Wlth all rltie respect o othor accepted fnethods I belleve the sun cookeil preerves are the most perfect In nppcarance and llavor, and expcrl encc tcaches they keep better and lon ger ln perfect condltion than those pre pared in any other way. As for all preserves you should be careful to select the best llavored nnd most perfect frult obtalnable and in no case use that whlch Is ovcrrlpe. As one bad oyster will spoll a stow, so a little Bpolled frult will ruln a Jar of preserves nnd render your tlme and expense use lcss. Sun-cooked preserves should be Ut erally cooked In the sun, and because of that fact you should consult the wenther lndlcatlons before beKlnnitiR thclr prep araton, a serles of brlght days being cs centlal to succcsa. No matter how not the wcather If the sun shlnes clearly. ShouW you be unfortunate, bowever, nnd rnln come after you have begun pre servlng you niny keep the frult a day or two In an earlhen crock, but should the weathcr contlnue unpropltlous you had bettcr complete the work ovcr the stove to provent spolllng. One other bit of advlce; prepare only small lots. I would not attempt more than llve or slx pounds at once. If more Is necded cook again, or as many times as necessary.. Ilavlng selected your frult, whlch If Inrge should be sllced thlnty, allow to each pound three-quarters of a pouncl of best granulatfd sugnr, nnd In a porce-lain-llned luttle Iet It stand untll the Julces come from the frult; then place on the llre nnd let It lioll slowly for a few mlnutes untll well heated through, sklmmlng off any scum thnt may nrl.e. Now put the prcserve Into sbnllow dlshes ( a soup plnte niiBWfis very well) nliout an Inch deep In each dlsh, cover wlth a wlre screen or chefse clotb to keep the fllcs from lt, and settlng the dlshes on a table place it ln the sun, inovlng as often as necessary to keep lt In sunshlne. 1 have found asunny yard ndmlrably adapted to thls purpose. At nlght take In the prcserve nnd put It all Into n crock together. the next mornlng returning to the plntes and the sunshlne. Repent thls operntlon for three dnys of good sunshlnp. when without further cooklng you ni.iy bnttle or can nnd f.cnl ns you would any other pres-ervp. You will llnd thls method of maklng pte Berves partlciilarly nlce when sniall fruits or Iipii-Ips are ttsed. If ln settlng the table In tbe yajd ants are troublosome place ench lcg of tbe table In a dlsh of watpr nnd they will no longer dl-turb you. If you use a i-loth cover on the table bp careful and place the supports so the clotb will not touch the preserve, and so tle lt that flles can not crawl beneath It. Thls Is the spason of thp year when wlse (nnd otherwlse) housewlves should be busy wlth preserves nnd Jatns, and the above reclpe will please everyone who Elves lt a fair trlal, I.OIUS HOIE. FOR YOUR SCRAP UOOK. Cholce Rpclprs From Many Sources and of Acknowledged Worth, GRKI2N CUClJJIBKn 1TCKLE. For a half bushel cucumbers take a plnt of coarse Ealt dlssolved In water enough to cover the cucumbers, pour It nolling hot upon them; let them stand twenty-four hours: pour the brlne off, and reheat two successlve mornlngs, The fourth mornlng straln off the brlne and pour on bolllng water; let them stand twenty-four hours, then lt the cucum bers nre notvlllpd out plump pour over bolllng water again. hen the cucum bers are all lllled out plump they nre ready for the vlnegar. I'lnce them In the Jar ln whlch they are to be kept, and as they are pncked place ln little baga containlng whole allsplce, cloves, clnna mon nnd mustnrd. Put a little horse radlsh root among the cucumbers. Hent vlnegar enough to cover the cucumbers (notlce how much water lt takes to cover the cucumbers and heat the same quan tlty of vlnegar) wlth a plece of nlum dlssolved In lt; pour It over them bolllng hot; cover tlght. APPLR TOAST. Ounrtor slx upples, take out the core, ppel nnd cut eiU'h plece In two. Put n tablespoon of buttur ln n saucepan, add two tablespoons of powdoied sugar to tho npples, put them ln tho sauco pun, iddlng a very little water; let them Btew qulckly, tosslng them to keep from hurnlng. When tender, cut two or three sllces of bread, fry tho bread a doll cato brown 111 hot liutttr. When crlsp place on a Hat dlsh, sprlnklo wlth sugnr, nnd cover wlth the Btewed applc. Sorve hot. I $ sTKArnr) htatrbhuuy puddino. Mlx two tetmpnonfuln of bnkln pow- der and one-half ot a tenspooiiful nf salt wlth two cups of llour. Wet It witb one cup of tnllk. Uent the yolks of tw eggs, add one-half of a cup of sugar. creamed wlth one tublpspoonfiil of soft cned butter. Hent untll creamy thn beat Into the bnttcr. Hent tbe whiti s stifl ndd them. Iheii stlr In curi-fully imi cups of l)lii"i,rileH. plcki'd nviT and II. 1- Vored well. Steuui ln a li inon iiMld tw hours. Servc wlth snvory s-iuif. S-ivory Saui'c l'oll onc cup nf tnllk and thli ken It wlth one liibli -imo.iful . f llour, woi kcd sniooth ln a little cnbl Water. Cook II ve inlnlltps: ndil "' vali -Spoonful of s.ilt uml iet it away to C "'l Cienm one lu'nplng tnblccpoonful of but ter wlth one cup of powdci. d siu ir. add one teuspoopfuj of vunlll 1. u"l ii n It Into the cool tiiickciicd mliu. He.it th white of one egg stlff, and beat it gt.ul ually Into tbe sauco. HOIHKD THRKKY. Stuff a turkey as for roa.Ung. A very nlce dresslng is made by cbopping half a plnt of oysters and mlxing them wnh bread crunibs, butter, pepper, salt. thyme, and wet wlth mllk or water. Haste about tho turkey a tbln clotb, tbe lnslde of whlch has been drcdged wlth llour, and put It to boll ln cold wat r wlth a teaspoonful of salt In lt. A large turkey should boll three hours; sklm well whlle bolllng. Serve wlth ojster sauce, made by addlng to a cupfulof the liquor ln whlch the turkey was bollcd. an equal nmount of mllk, and elgbt oysters choppcd flne; season wlth minced parsley, stlr In a tablespoonful of llour wet wlth cold mllk, and a tablespoonful of butter. Holl up once and pour Into a tureen. DAHK CAKE. Cream onrhalf cup of sweet, waxy but ter, add to lt gradually one cup of flnest granulated sugar, beatlng all the tlmp, then add tbe yollcs of two eggs well beat en, then one-quarter teaspoonful of mnce, one-half teaspoonful each of clnnnanon and clove, one-half teaspoonful of or ange llower water. Mlx well, then add one-quarter cup molasses, beatlng well ogaln. To two and one-quarter cups of Hlfted pastry llour add one and one-half scant teaspoonfuls of baklng powder add this with one-half cup of mllk to tho above mlxture and beat tlll very Bmooth. Last of all, beat the whites of the two eggs till dry and ilnky; then mlx all together and add one cup currants whlch have been warmed nnd dusted wlth llour. TURKK OF BEAN SOUP. If the common white, hard bean Is to be used, soak over nlght ln cold water. If freshly shelled beans they will need no soaklng. Cover one plnt of beans wlth one quart of cold water and slmmer untll tender. Try out several sllces of salt pork, ndd one onlon sllced, nnd stlr untll brown. Add one spring of parsley. one stalk of celery and the beans pressed through a sleve, wlth what water re mains. After bolllng scald one plnt of mllk, rub one tablespoonful of butter smootb wlth two tablespoonfuls of llour, add to the scnlded mllk and stlr untll lt thlckens. Add the beans, reheat, sea Eon, straln. SWEET PICKLED PEAHS. To ench four pounds of pears allow two pounds of brown sugar, one plnt of vlnegar, and one tablespoonful each of whole cassla buds, cloves, allsplce and Btlck clnnamon. Tlo the splces In small bag3 and put In a sauce pan wlth the vlnegar nnd sugar. Boll, add tbe frult, whlch, If small, may be left whole, and not pared, and cook for 10 mlnutes. Take out the pears, boll the syrup for flve mlnutes longer, and pour It over thei frult. For three days In successlon draln off tbe syrup, brlng It to the bolllng polnt and pour It again over the pears, then can. PEACH PUDDING. Butter an earthen pudding dlsh and put ln one plnt of sllced penches, Mnke a batter wlth one heaplng cup of llour, one heaplng teaspoonful of baklng pow der, one saltspoonful of salt, two-thtrds of n cup of BUgar, and wet lt wlth one cup of mllk and one egg boaten llght. Stlr In one tablespoonful ot butter, melt ed, the last thlng, and beat well. Then pour it over the peaches and bakeln a hot oven about half an hour. GHKKN APPLE 11 B. Use any tnrt, eurly npple. Pare and sllce, nnd heap them on a plate lined wlth pastry and ilm. Cover wlth a crust put 011 llghtly. Uake carefully, and when done remove the crust and mlx wlth the applo half a cup of sugar, one teaspoonful of butter and a little nut meg. Put the top crust on again and sprlnkle lt wlth powdered sugar, and when ready to sorve cover It wlth whlpped ci'tam. imiiiiiiiiiiiiitiaiiiiiiiiii i In Jplljlnn or Cnnnlng. C'annlng nnd jelly maklng hnvc been begun. Other colutnns may state that all frults should be pluckcdi before they aro very rlpc, nnd on n clcar, dry day. Howcvcr, thcy may omlt to say that four or fivc common playlng marblcs In bolllng frult julcc, as thcy movo about on the bottom of the Btiuce pan, will prccludc the neecsslty of constant Btlrrlng In order to prevent scorchlng. Thc honscwlfe's frock, when engaged ln such dutlcs, should be a sklrt of prlnt or Bome washable mnterlal, made qultc sliort. Ovcr It may be worn a sort of comblncd wnlst and npron, prefcrnbly of glngham. A shlrt wnlst made rather scantler In front than usual Is supple mentcd by a long apron of two brcadtbs. One-half of It Is sewcd to the belt, the other laps over thc left slde.nttached to a belt of Its own. Thls apron savcs tfce Bleeves of the ordinnry walst worn wlth tho usual blb npron, nnd is likewlso coolcr. It Is only a moment's work to sllp off thls novel arrangemcnt and don a cool, fresh shlrt walst. Clncinnntl Knqulrcr. liliril llrniTM I'otnliM-n. Chop flne two cold boilcd potatoes, tluBt llghtly with snlt nnd pepper; put n tablespoonful of butter In an ordinnry oniclct pan; when It Is melted and hot put In thc potatoes, hashlng them down untll they nre smooth and com pnct; then stnnd the pan containlng them over n moderatc flre nnd without dlsturblng nllow them to brown cnre f nlly. Then fold ovcr nnd turn out as you would an omelct. Lndlcs' Ilome Journal Lily White FLOUR is made of Mlchi-' gan's Choiccst Whcat and Is a wintcr whcat patent of great strcngth and nutritivc value. It is used by thou' sands of peoplc in thc North, South and East and has won thc approval of so many prominent cooks that we call it "thc fiour thc best cooks usc," It is for salc by gro ccrs in your town but if YOUR grocer doesn't have it, kindly notify us and we'll tcll you whcrc to get it. Bc surc our namc is on thc packagc. Valley City Milling Co. Grand Rnplds, Mich. COMUIPPIONKER' NOTICK. kstati: or i:d3ium r. noi.ckoss. The umleritpneil, IlhvIuk neen aiirolnted by tbe Honorablu I'robiitti Court fir tlie iiistrtct of waph InKton comuilSBloners.to recolve, oiatnine auft kcIJdii uU cltilmK and dtmAiida of all prsnnn HiralUBf thf estatHttt Komuiid 1. Norcro s Intpof l: Montpelier, ln sald Distrtut. decemediaii(l all clatni exhlbited li. ofTset tlioreto, liercby gtvu notlce tltai we will meet foi tho piirjioMfP HfnrcHld at the efbleticti of Ms.', K. '. Nnrerodi', lu tlio t wn of K. MontiioHer, la ald iJlntilct, oit he Ith day of SonttMnbor and 2fith day of Jaim.iry next from one o'clock i. m. untll fuur o'clock r. m.. each rf KHld days and tbat slx motit from thtlstdayol AtiKiidt, A. I. 18. ln the tftre llmlteo by satd Court for aald credltorn to vt seut thelr clalms to us for oxantlnatloii amlalb anoe. Dated Ht K. Montpo'Ier, thlnSStli dav of AugUBt, A. 12"ti AKTJU'K I. COHUIi,fUom KSTATIS of VALKNCOUUT U. .TOIINST(N 8TATK OY VKItMONT, DIPTKICT OK WaHHINOTON. FP. Iu l'robate Court, h1d at Montpelier, ln and for said Dlfltrlct. ou the 2 st day of A-Ktnt, A.D. lSi. Dald I.. SanderH. Adtnfnl trator nf the cstate tateof VU.KNUOUKTC JOHNS lONJate of her lln,ln sald Dtstrlct. deceased, preseuu hl admln. latratlon arcoaut for exaniluatlou and allotrauce. aud iimke appllcatlon for a decree of dlntrlbutlon and partltloii ot the entateof lald deceaied. Where upon.lt tftordend by aald Court that aald accouni aud sald appllcatlon ue referred to a aesalou thereof to be held at the l'robate OOlce, ln sald Montpelier, on thfathriay of September, A.D. lsi!, for hearluR auddeclaloi tbereou;aud, It Is turther ordered. that notlc hereof be reu to all persous Interested by publlciitlon of the sauie three weeks successlrely lt th ermont Watchman d State Journal, a uewspape? publlshedat Montpelier, ln thls State, prevlous to sald tltnt aDDolnted for hoarlnir. that ttier tnar kti pear at saltl tlme aud plact?, and showcause, lf any they ntaj have, why aald account should not be allowt'd anr such decree made. hythe Court. Attest. 71-73 1IIKAM CAULETON.Ju je KSTATK OF CHAKLKS II. OAKTKR. 8TATK 09 VKUMOXT, IHBTUIOT OF VAtHlHOTON, Pt, Iu l'robate Court. held at Montpeller.luand for nc Dlstrlct, on the 17th day of Auust, A. I). 1SW: Au Instrument purportinK to be the last will and testament of CMAKLKS II. CAHTKH, late of Montpelier, ln sald Dlstrlct, deceased. being nre eented to tbe Court for l'robate, lt ls ordered by sald Court, that all persons coucerned thereln be notl tlen to appear at a sesslon of sald Court, to be held at thf l'robate Ofllce, ln sald Montpelier, on the 15th day of September, A. I. aud show caaae, lt huj they may have, agalnst the vrobate of sald Instru ment; for whlch purpose lt ls further ordered that notlce of thls order be publlshed three weekt successlvely In the Vermont Watchman tf Statt Journal, a newspaper nrluted at Montpelier, ln thb state, prevlous to sald tlme appolnted for bearlnK. lly the Court. Attest. 71-71 HIHAM CAKLKTON, Judge, OOMMIflBIONUHB' OTI0K. ESTATK OF IUJTNAM W. DA1LKV, The undersbzned, havlne beeu appolnted by the Honorable l'robate Court for the Distrtct of waih lnL'ton,commlssioners to recelve. examlne and adjuit auclatms aud demauds of all persons aftatnit the estate of l'UTNAM W. DAII.KV, late o! Middle sex, ln sald Dlstrlct, deceased, and all clalms ex hlbtted ln offset thereto, hereby Klve notlce thatwe will meet for thepurposesaforesald at the dwelltiift liouse of I). lt, Culver, ln the town ot Middlesex, In sald Dlstrlct, on the 14th day of. September aud 16th dayof January next, from 1 o'clock untll 4 o'clock p. n. each of sald days, and that slx moutbs from the TM day of July. A. D. 18, ls the tlme llmlted by sald Court for sald credltors to present thelr clalms to us for examlnatlon and allowauce. Dated atKast Montpelier, thls 3tstday of July, A, D. m. 71-73 CHAfi.TjNACKSO.V,Cotnml",oneri ESTATK of VAI.KNCOUKT C. JOIINHTON Statk or Vkbmont, DIBTIUOT Or WABIIIMITON, ,K. Iii l'robate Court, held at Montpelier In and foi ald Dlatrict.on the l.'tli dayof Angust, A.D. 189. Davld L. Saudera, Admlnlstrator of the eatate of VALKNCOUUT C.JOHNSTO.S'.lateof llerlln, ln aald Dlstrlct. deceased, makc, appllcmlonto aald Court, wlth the couaeutaud approbatlou ln wrltlntrof the wldow and helra ot sald deceaaed resldlnj; ln the State ot Vermont, for llcenae to aell all of the real eatate of aald deceaaed, altua'ed In the town of llerlln. ln aald DU'rlct. tu wlt: llomo place, tncludlne the Intereat ot the wldow ot aald deceased thereln, aud the homestead rlttht, rep. reaeiitliiK that tho aale thereof would be beu etlclal lo the wldow and helra ot aald de ceaaed aud thqae luteieateii lu hla eatate, ln order tocouvert aald real eatate luto money. Whereupou, lt la ordered by aald Court that aald appllcatlou be referred to a aeaalon thereol to be held at tlie l'ro bate Otllce, lu aald Montpelier ou the lat day ot Sep tember, A.l). I8W. for licarlnp aud declalon tliereon; andltla further ordered, thktall persona lntereated b notlfled hereof, by pubttcatfon ot notlce ot aald appllcatlon and order tliereon three weeka aucceaalvely Jn the Verinoh Watchman .( Stati Journal. a newapaper publlahcd at Montpelier, lu thla atate, and whlch clrculatea In the nelKhborhood r thoae Intoreated, before aald tlme ot heartng, that they may appear at aald time and place, and, If they aee cauae, oblect thereto 'lj the Court. Atteat, 10-72 1IIKAM OAULETON, Juilne. Rubdbb STAMra uittilo to order by the Vermont Watchman Corupany ICUREFITS When I say I cure I do not mcan mcrely to Stop them for a tunc and then have them re turn again. I mcan aradital curc. 1 have made Ihe discase of FITS, El'ILGPSY or TALLING SICKNESS a life-lontf sludy. I warrant my remedy to cure the worst cases. Because olliers have failed Is no reason for not now rcceivinf; a cure. 'Send at once foratreatise nd a Frce Bottle of my infallible remedy. Give Express and Post Ofllce. fcrof. W.II.PEEKB, F.U., 4CcdarSL4N.Y. LEGAL NOTICES, UUA1HMAN NOTICK TO HKIA. HKAL KSTA1 K. STATK OV VKRMOKT, IIIBTIUCT or W'ABHINCITON, 88. In l'robate Court. heldn't Montpelier, witliln and for anlil Diitrlci, ou tlie 28th ilar ot Aueuit, A. I). lfW9l loel II. I.ucia. guardlan of Atbtrt II. Cnnliinan, of tlie cllyof 1'roTldence. In tlie Uountr of l'rovldence, Rixl Htate of Hhode laland, a rnluor, tnake, ap pllcatlon to sald Court for llcenie to iell all of tlie roal catate of lil, aald ward, laltuated In Mont peller.ln ald DIKrlct. to wlti The Interest otaald ward In abont threo acre, of latid and the liattdlnn tliereon nn llaldtrln ,trco,rpre,entlni; that the, afe tliereof, for the purpoae of puttlnt? the proceed, of iicli ,ale at Intereat or Inveatlnfr tho aame In atocks or other real estate. would be conduclre to tlie intercata ot hla aald ward. Wlioreupon, It U ordered liy aald Court. that aald appllcatlon be re ferred to a aeaalon thereof, to be held at the l'robnte Ofllce. In aald Montpelier, on the IHh day of feeptcm ber, A. I). 18'ia for liearlng and dcclalou tliereon j and It la furthe; ordered, that all persons Interested he liolined hereor, brpulillcatlon of notlce of aald appll catlon and order tliereon three weoka buccom lely ln thf lrmon( H'atchman ,1 Slate Journal, a newapaper publlalied at Montpelier, lu tlna state, and whlch clrculatea lu the nelK'ihorhood ot tliona Interested, before aald time ot hearlng, that they mayappeaiat aald tlme and place, and, If they eeo ch,p, ouject thereto. Ily tho Court, Atteat. 7J-7I IIIHAM CAltI,KTO.N. Jude, KHTATK OF .1A.1IKS It I.ANOOON. STATK O? YKHMONT. DIRTHIOT OK WaSIIINOTON, 8B, In l'robate Court. held at Montpelier, In and for sald Dlatrict.on thelleth dayof AuRust, A.l). 1879, Davld I). Ilaiilettmid Albert Tnttln. Kiecutora of tlie last wlllaDd to-tamentof .lamea It Lancdon, late of llerlln, ln aald Dlstrlct, deceased, mako applU catloutn sald court, wl h the conseut and approba tion InwrltliiKof tlio loateea and dovlseea of aald deceased lealdliiK ln tho htate of Vermont, for II oenso to scll part of the real estate of aald deceaaed altuatcdln Knlr llaven.ln tho County or Rutland aud State ot Vermont, to wltl Tlio Depot I.ot, ao called, ono wood lot conslstlnt; of about ten acre, ot land, called the I'reston Lot. and one wood lot cou alstliu of about thlrteen ncree, ln tlie northeru part of aald Fair llaven.rcproscntlnK that tlie aale thereof would bo bciicllclal to tho leKateea and devlseea of sald deceased, and thoee Interested In hls estate, ln order to couvert aald real eatate Into money. Where , upon It liordered by aald Court that aald appllcatlon be referred to a aesalon thereof, to 1m held at the l'robate OQIce, lu anld Montpelier, on the 15th day of 3ptember, A. I).. for hearlng and declalon tliereon; aud lt ls further ordered, thnt all persona lutertated benotlOed hereof by publtcatlonif notlce ot aald appllcatlon and order tliereon three weeks aucceaalvely ln the Vermont Watchman and State Jour af, a newapaper publlshed at Montpelier, ln thls Mato, aud whlch clrculatea lu the uelRhbor hood of those Interested, before aald tlme of liear lnt!, that they may appear at aald tlme and place, and, lf they aee cauan, oblect 1 hereto. Ily tho Court.-Attest, TS-74 HIltAM CAItl.ETON, Judfje. KSTATT. OK CALVIN I.. 11UI.I.OCK Statb op Vbrmont, DlSTiticT ot Washington, ee, ln l'robate Court, held at Montpelier, In and tor ald Dlstrlct, on the SMh dayof Annuat. A. U. I39: .lolin lt. Soaver. Admlnlstrator of ihe etate ot CAI.VI.N L. ItUl.l.oCK. late of Montpelier, ln aalil Dlstrlct, deceased, makea appllcatlon to aald Court, for tlcenae to aell all of the real estate of aald flcceasi'd, alluated In .Montpelier, lueald Dlstrlct.to wlti Ilome place, conala lun of housd alid .lot on VVlnter street, except tlie hoine steafl aud Ihe wldow'a rljth of dower thereln, but lupludlnK the reverslon of ssld dower, represontlnf? that the sale thereof excopt add homestead and I dower, ls necessary for the payinent olthedebt of 1 . alil deceased, and the expeuaes ot admlnlstratloa ot hla estate. Wbereupon, It la ordered by aald Court tbat 8a'd appllcatlon be reterred to aaeaslon thereof, to be held at the l'robate Ofllce. ln aald Mcrjpeller, I on the 23.1 day of !-eptember. A. D. SN. for hear Ui aud declslou tliereon; aud, lt la fui ther ordered, that all persons lntereated te notlfled hereof, by ! publlcatlou of notlce of sald appllcatlou and order ' thereon three weeka aucctaslvely lu the Vermont Hatcnman a' atate journal, a newapaper punushed at Montpelier, ln thls state, and whlch clrculatea ln the neuhborhood ot those Interested, before aald tlme t f tteartiiK, that thoy may appear at aald tlme and place, aud, lf they aee cause, ouject thetfcto, lly the '. Atteat. 7J-I IIIUAM 'Altl.KTOX, Juax I2STATK OK JOSIAII OI)I). STATK Or VKKMONT, DifTniOT or Waphinqton, Pf, In l'robate Court, held at Montpelier, ln aud for aald Dlstrlct, ou the 2'.ith day of Auituat. A.l), yy. lllr.un 0. Worthen, Adnilnl'trator wlth the will annexed of the estate of JOSIAII WOOD, Uie of Uarre luauld Dlstrlct, deceaaed, preaenta hla aup plemoDtary adralnlatratlon account forexamlnatlon aud allonance, aud makea appllcatlon Tor a decree of dlatrlbutlon and partltloi of the eatate of aald deeeased. Wbereupon, It la ordered by aald (. ourt, that aald account and aald ap pllcatlon be referred to a aesalon thereof. to be held at the l'robate Ofllce, ln sald Montpelier, on the IStli day of .September, A.D. 18'M, for liearlnir aud neclslon tliereon i And, lt la further ordered, tliat notlce hereof be Klven to all peraoua Interested, by publlca catlon of tlie aame three weeka aucceastvoly In the I'rrmonf Watchman .f State Journal, a newapaper publlshed at Montpelier, ln thls State, prerlous to sald tlme appolnted for hearliikr, that they mayap- fear at aalr tlme and place aud ahow cauae, lt auy hey may have, wiiy aald account ahould not be allow ed, ann auch decree made. lly the Court.-Attest, HIltAM CAKI,ETON,JudKo 11H KSTATK OK WII.I.IAM J. IIAOLKY STATK OF VKBMOWT, DlBTBIOT OP WABH1NOTON, 88. In l'robate Court, held at Montpelier, lu and for sald Dlstrlct, on the 59th day of August. A. D. 1SM. Andrew J. Slbley, Admlnlstrator wlth the will annexeaof the estate of WILLIAM J. 1IAULKV, late of llerlln, lu aald Dlstrlct, deceaaed, preaenta hla admlnlatratlon account for ex amlnatlon and allowance, and makea appll catlon for a decree ot dlatrlbutlon and par tltlon of the eatate of aald deceaaed. Wherenpon lt la ordered by aald Court, that aald account and aald appllcatlou be reterred to a aeaalon thereof, to be held at the l'robate Ofllce, lu aald Montpelier, on the 16th day of Sept inber.A. D. ISH, for hearln? and declalon thereon: And, lt la further ordered, that no tlce hereof be glven to all peraoua Interested by f ubllcatlou of the aame three weeka aucceaalvely ln he IVrnionl Watchman ,C- State Journal, a newapaper publlalied at Montpelier, ln thla State, prevloua to aald tlme arpolnted for hearinK, that they may appear at aalo tlme and place, aud ahow cauae, lf any they ma) have, why aatd account ahould not be allow ed ai d orb decree made. lly the Court, Atteat, 73-71 HIHAM CAKLKTON, JndKe, i KSTATK OK CHAltLKS II. IIKAT1I. BTATK OV VKHUOKT, D1BTBIOT OP WASHINGTON, 88, In l'robate Court. held at Montpelier ln and for aald dlstrlct on the .'Btli day of AURuit A. D. 1889: Albert Johouuott. Admlnlstrator of the estate ot CIIAHI.F.S II. 1IEATII, late ot Montpelier, tu aald Dtstrlct, deceaaed, preaenta hla admlulatratlou account for exatntnatlou and allow auce, and makea appllcatlou for a decree of dlatrlbu tlon and pattltlou of the eatate ot sald de ceaaed. Wheteupou It la ordered by aald Court, that aald accouut and aald appllcatlon be re ferred to a teaalon thereof. to be held at the l'ro bate Ofllce, In sald Montpelier, on the 19th day of September, A, D, 18'c. for hearlu(C and ilecliion thereon i Aud It la furtlier ordered that notlo hereof be Klven to all persona lntereated, by publlca tlou pf the aame three weeka aucceaalvely ln the Vermont Watchman ,t State Journal, a newapaper publlaheu ataiouipeiier, in inia ctaie, previoua to aald tlme appoli,ted for liearlnR, that they may appear at aald tlme and plare. aud ahow cauae, U auy they may have, why aald account ahould not t,M niuiweil. aud auch decree made. lly the ('ourt.-Attest. 73.74 HIltAM CAKLKTON, JudRe, KSTATK OK HKKKCUA GOOIiWIN HTATH OP VKUMONT. DI8TB10T Or WASIIINOTON, 8B, In I'robato Court, held at Montueller, ln and for aald Dlstrlct, ou the 3 th dayof September, A.D. 1S99! Oeoree M Webster, Admlnlatrator ot tlie ea tate of KEHKCCA OOODWI.N, late of Cabot, aald Dtatrlct, deceaaed, preaenta hla admlulstratlon account lor examluation and allowauce, and makea appllcatlon for a decree of dtstrlbutlon and partltlon ot the eatate of aald deceaaed. Where upou, lt ls ortlered by aald Court, thnt aald account and aald appllcatlou be referred to aseaalon therei t tobe held at the l'robate Ofllce, lu aald Montpelier, or the IMIi day of September.A.D. IK), for hearlui? and declalon thereous and, It la further ordered, that notlce hereof be glven to all peraoua lntereated, by bubllcatloc of the aame three weeka aucceaalvely In ihe Vermont Watchtnan Statt Journal, a newapaper publlalied at Montpelier, tu thla Htite, prevloua to aald tlme appolnted for nearluir, tliat tliey mav ap- rear at aald tlme aud place, and, ahow cauae, tf any hey mas have, why aald account ahould not be allowed, ano auch decree made. Ily the Court. Atteat 7J-T HIKAM CAKLKTON, Judge.