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THE BUKLING-TON, VT., FREE IJKESiS : FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1880-TWELVE PAGES
GREAT LONDON RIOT.
REPETITION OFTHESCENESOF "BAR
Lnniliili ut tlio Morcy of 10,000 Krcnrlml
Moil l)wclllii;s iiml Stores Gutted
Morley's llmiii) Attached Tln l'n
llro In Iho I'mrer of llu) Motors.
IiON'DON. Feb, S. Thu "sturvln-r me
cliiuiics" of London to-ilay hold 11 muss
meeting In Trnlfiilnur square around tlie
Nelson liioiiunient, resultiiiK In n riot.
Proceedings opened with an iv-semliliiKO
of 10,000 men, tlio socialistic elemenl of
London greatly predominatim,'. Conspicu
ous nmong its lenders win Mr. Hums, a
recent socialist candidate, lie attempted
to make a speech from the pedestal of the
monument, lml when ordered oil' here
fused to go and thu police re
moved him futctbly. The great
mob set up i fearful howl. Thu
olllcers were brushed out of thu way,
nnil the prisoner was quickly rcjtorod to
Ida position on tlio pedestal, lie then
waved a red Hag as a signal of triumph
over tlio authorities. Burns leisurely
finished his incendiary address and thu
mob started for Hyde l'ark, attacking
club houses, dwellings, and even people.
The policu were powerless.
Arnold Morley's residence is the house
formerly occupied by John liright and
when the rioters appeared Morley was in.
Ho loudly called tor help and a number of
brave policemen opposed tlio men, but,
were .swept aside like chair, and the host
rushed up .Morley's step". Ho had locked
nnd barricaded Ills door but it was burnt
open against his face and the liousu was
overrun despite his frantic screams and
protests. Scarcely a sound pane of glass
was left in the building. The nub saw a
carriage whose occupants hail lied and they
broke it up and used thu spokes for clubs,
after Hunts had spoken a savage light oc
curred between his adherents, the social
ists and nutl-socialists. Thu battle raged
for some time but the socialists proved
victorious and lifted lturiis to their shoul
ders and bore him along, Hums again ad
dressed them even more violently than be
low. Ho was followed by several other
socialistic speakers who did every thing to
stir things up.
Sometime after dark the mob gradually
left the square, satlslled that without
having actually collided with the police,
thoy had won thu day. Its sections made
havoc in the streets till they dwindled
awav. Liquor saloons were broken into
and the drink distributed to the crowds.
Tailor shops were gutted and rolls of
cloth Huns out to be fought for. For
eigners were stoned from oil the streets
and tho windows in every street through
which they passed were smashed.
Upwards of 50,000 men must havu been
rioting lor at least six hours with full
possession of urery thoroughfare they
chose to invade, yet no life is reported to
have been taken. If tho policu hud been
strong enough to attack tho mob there
might have been terrible records to make,
but nt midnight everything is pretty much
as it was yesterday, and tlio whole tiling
appears like a nightmare. The mob was
essentially English, consisting of unem
Lord Randolph Churchill appeared at
thu windows of tho Carlton club and was
loudly hooted and menaced. The leaders
of the socialists Burns, Hyndman, Wil
liams and Champion will be prosecuted.
GLADSTONE'S ELECTION ADDltlS.
Characterize!! Ills Irish Thins as
London, Feb. 4. Gladstonu will to-morrow
Issue his election address to the voters
of Midlothian, giving thu elements of tho
policy upon which he asks to be returned
to the House of Commons to 1111 the va
cancy caused by his accepting olllce. In
this the prime minister will state that the
new government will institute an inquiry
Into thu entire land question in Ireland
and into the question whether there ux-
ists any necessity for the introduction of
siieciallv coercivu measures in legislation
for thu Irish people. But tho main gov
ernment policy shall be to endeavor to
reach the source of the mischief generally
admitted to exist in that country. Thu
following is one of the sentences in the
address "which indicates thu outline of
Gladstones Irish oolicy : "Although thu
dilllculties of tlio task make it Impossible
to anticipate success with confidence, we
snail draw comfort from the knowledge
that we are engaged In a great work of
ENGLISH C'AIIINKT APPOINTMENTS
Gladstone Has Ills I'rbiiiils us Wi ll us Ills
London Feb. 7. Thu following nddi
tlonal appointments were made under the
new administration : Lord chancellor of
Ireland, John Marsh ; attorney-geneial
for Ireland, Samuel Waller ; solicitor
general of Ireland, T. McDermott. The
appointment of Broadliurst as under
home secretary has caused a sensation
lu noliticnl circles, that gentleman being
the llrst workingmati ever rising to tlio
ministry. The appointment indicate'
that it Is Gludetone's intention to rely up
on thu masses against the inlluencu of
thu aristocracy. The hostility of tho
"Whigs to Gladstone is Intense. Tills is
Miown in thu dilUculty experienced by the
uremier in lllllug thu peer's post in the
nueen s household. The duchess of Bed
lord and duchess of Westminster havo re
fused thu appointments and others will
follow tneir example.
Tlio Greek l'lag Insulted
Atiii;ns, Feb. 8. The Turks havu in
suited thu Greek ling under a pretext of
searching for munitions of war in Greek
vessels lving in Constantinople. Tlio in
suit Is regarded hero as Intentional, and
the situation is considered serious.
Paws, Feb. S. M. Kochefort tendered
his resignation in the chamber of deputie
yesterday because of the refusal to extend
aninestv to thu inimical ollenders. M
Soubevran moved that tho government
resume negotiations with tlio powers to
ellect a bona line, practical anil reasonable
Deacon Charles 11, Swift, who died at
St. Albans Saturday, had been biill'eriiig
soverely for two weeks with a nervous
prostration combined with a heart trouble
but no immediate danger was apprehend
od until a vervfew minutes before ho died
Deacon Swift was 01 years old. Ilu was
the son of Hon. Deujamiu Switt, late
United States senator: was born in St,
Albans and educated at tho ncaduuiy, but
.11.1 w,ll...... .....1 1... l.n.l ..ut.t..t
Ulll I1UL KU tu unitiiij mm llu nn
thero all his life. Ho entered mercuntilo
business as clerk for T. W. Smith, and
was manv vears assoc uteil wltn him as
partner; subsequently ho was engaged
In the mauufacturo of furs anil as
dealer In millinery goods. For nearl
three vears oast ho had occutiled tho hob
tlon of general buggitgu agent of tho Cun
tral Vermont railroad. Ho united with
tho Congregational church in December
18-iT, Will in January, 1871, was elected
deacon which position hu had filled Bincu
that time. Mr. Swift was, as a business
man, competent and accurate ; liu had
served as selectman for two or threo
vears. and as a citizen ho wits most es
tlmable ami u man of sound Judgment.
CIUNAMKN IN TltOlMlI.:.
Olviin lVrnils-lo:i tu (lour Stay, Hilt tlio
Miijotlty ! Culled Out tlio Troops
A Moll l'licil Into mill Olio Mini
KIllcil-lbiiiKeror Mine Trouble.
Si:attm:, Wash. T., Feb. 8. At linearly
hour this morning the militia marched to
the dock where thu Chinamen were con
llued and took charge. Warrants weru
Issued for tho arrest of prominent agita
tors, and before daylight the work of ar
resting them commenced, and at 8 o'clock
all the leaders were in Jail, but were Im
mediately bailed out. All thu Chinamen
on the steamer weru marched to the court
house by the militia, and no opposition
was made, .ludgu tlreen Informed each
Chinaman that he was at perfect liberty
to go or stay as hu chose. T!i majority
chose to'lcavc, and wciu accordingly es
corted to the steamer. Those who elected
to stav were escorted to their Homes.
I'liere has been no bloodshed, although
the streets weie crowded. At noon, how
ever, an attack whs tuaiiu on inu mime
L'tiords iv a lew hot heails. l'lnnliy or
dered to lire the guards responded Willi a
vu (V. and our men felt, one Deing Killed
and three wnut'de.l. Tlio militia formed
hollow siiuare and held the mob at liaj
for fully an hour. The crowd then slowly
melted awav. Intense excitement pre
ails and there is danger ol further
trouble. Business is generally suspended.
The (Jiieen of the Pacillc sailed at 1 p. m.
with 11)5 Chinamen on board.
Tho railroads of New England have
iinitril In Issuing an illustrated nro-
grammeoftho carnival. Two or tlio out
side pages are covered with bright-colored
views ol sleigning, coasting, loooggaiiiiig,
skating anil snow-shoeing parties said
views loi-eMiadowiug what may bo ex
pected at the carnival, and being calculat
ed to excite an interest in these sports.
The inside pages contain thu programme
proper, the list oi prizes ami me an
nouncements nihil tlio last pages thu rates
of fare from the various stations to Bur
lington and return. The programme is a
very line one.
Burlington will bo greatly Indebted to
the Central Vermont railroad for the
thorough manner in which it Is advertis
ing the carnival.
The statement of the Delaware and
Hudson Canal company for thu year end
ing December ill, shows: Gross receipts,
.?5.'Jiil).ss(i ; expenses, l,7SM,UUti : earnings,
;."i3!i,ltX), less taxes, Interest and rent at
il,:i4'J,5(!;l, leaving net earnings l,lsti,:i!l(.
.Nearly Ji.ouu.ouo tons oi coin were pro
duced by thu company during thu year.
It has been estimated that an iron car
, vi a l!i lron.c'l'l
40,IK.H) miles, wnile
wheel will travel some
trel tile will run the enormous ills
tauce of M,U00 miles before wearing out :
Urns, though costing so much more, steel
ha,s greatly the advantage.
An Ogdensburg despatch says: "At tho
special term of the Supreme Court at FoUs
dani, held on 'Tuesday. Justice Tatipau
iresming, me demurrer ui inu whitens
jure; and Lake C'lmniplain railroad to thu
complaint ol Itobert L. Day & Co. of Bos
ton was argued. The action was brought
by Day iV: Co. to compel tlio company to;
appropriate us nei earnings to mo pay
ment of interest upon the fl. 000.000 of in
come bonds in preference to thu claims of
the New l ork Central raliroau company,
and of William K. Vnnderbilt and Chatin
cey M. Depew, as trustees for the bond
holders ol the I.iimollie alley extension
railroad company. The demurrer raised
all the important questions ot law in
volved, and will probably be carried to the
Court ol Appeals for an authoritative de
cision."' The Chateaugny railroad extension from
Hoger.slield to Loon Lake is being surveyed
and tlio cars will probably be running
well up towards the headquarters of thu
North Branch early uu.t summer.
Conductors Woodman and Morse, engi
neer Gonya, llrenian Steady und other em-
iloyesot the uranu 'i runic roaa at isianii
Pond went to Colebrooke last week
to give evidence in the suit against thu
Grand Trunk for running over and kill
ing at Beattie s one aldron of Stewarts-
town, two years ago.
Kastmen lodge of locomotive firemen's
brotherhood will hold their second an
nual reception b.iil at thu skating link in
The l'assump-ic railroad company will
mt seven of their locomotives into coal
burners as fast as possible. The locomo
tives will run on the "air line" and
through freight trains.
II. N. Lampman of "A bite Hiver Junc
tion, made a mis-step and fell from the
train while it waS going at tlio ratu of
ISO miles an hour, but fortunately he was
not seriously injured, although thrown a
l'eter Gaudette, fireman of the station
ary engine at the railroad siiops m Eyn
donville, had a foot badly jammed last
Saturday by a block ot wood falling upon
i'be llrst of tlie three tieiubt locomotives
ordered bv tlie Canada and Allantie lias
arrived. It K called tlie ".I. 11. llootb."
and is a line locomotive. It is a 10-wlieel
locomotive, has li by -M cylinders, and
its weight without tlie .tender is. 42 tons.
It is stated that thu Canadian l'acillc
railway company lias decided to adopt the
21 hours unit' mi the Western divi-ion ot
the road. The new system will no into
operation almost immediately west ol Port
Whiter Mietrlilni; from Nature,
DutliiK for l'eliriiar.v.
We have referred to the lieulest of win
ter land-cape by etchers. Of couise this
season is the lea-t inviting to the artist for
ont-door work, nud this doubtless may be
held largely accouutablo for tho lack of
results in tills direction, The same dearth
is to lie observed in Keneral collections of
paintiiiifs. However skillful theartlst may
become in studio work, it still remains true
that the foundation of allirood paintiiiKlies
in the sketch, or study direct from nature.
Kven Turner, the nrinco ot liniii'lnatlve
landscape painters, was a mo.t indel'atii'a-
lile iiatiierer ol inemoriimliiliitne sliape ot
sketches, more or k"s elaborate, iroui
whieli he coiiipo-imI his ure.it wolk. i L li
on t tlie familiar and accurate knowledge
which the maklni'of these nives, noarti-,1
who regards his reputation hliould ever
atteinnt an iuinortant mcture.
ome noon worn lias oeen uono in mis
direction ; there still remains a nood Held,
however, for the aspirim yoiini artist.
With a nice eyo lor the delicate Ki'adtiif
tions ol color, tlie subtle and illusive "!
rantieineiits" of winter, be niliiht. Iiv nor-
Distent out-door study, master tlie secrets
oi our winter scenery, ami aiu ior aim
sell in timu a very desirable rccojul
Hut close observation ot nature docs a
Kreat deal besides enablini artists to naint
better pictures. It adds considerably to
the pleasure of all our intercourse with the
oul-iloor world, and especially to tlio en
joyment of our winter walks. When the
Ileitis are white and tlie foliuKO has de
parted thero is yet much It'll that
worthy of attention and full of Interest
if wo only sec it. The man who knows
whether ho has seen stone walla or rail-
fences duriiik' his walk Is doubtless a
ter observer than he who only known thai
ho has walked. Ho ho who can tell what
birds nro with us, and Just where the out
line ot the mountain is linest, or who has
noticed the very dillereut angles which
the limbs of durerent species ot trees
make Willi their tniuks.is in advance ot the
man who only notes tlio fences and walls.
In tlie pnst six years 11 books, it Is said,
have been published by tho Valo faculty,
The faculty stroke of 11 Is thus faster than
the stroke of the crow. Huston litvunl.
MORMONS MEET THE LAW,
STERN JUSTICE IS METED OUT TO
THE LECHEROUS SECT.
Oeorgu J. Oiiiiiioii'h Head Undora l'tlcc
Tho Territorial Court Until iiSIIII' Itcln
Over the Hacks of tho l'olyBnltilMs
Sovoriil "illiniums Convicted,
Salt Laki: Crrv, rtah., Feb. 7. This
morning raids were made by deputy mar
shals on thu residence of George Q. Can
non, his supposed latest polygamous wife
having avoided the survicu ot summons
heretofore, and other persons weru sub
pii'iiaed to appear and testify before the
grand jury. I'tilted Stales District-Attorney
Dickson oilers a reward of 500 lortliu
capture of Cannon. The territorial "u
piciuo Court has rendered a decision sus
taining the conviction of the Apostle
Lorenzo Snow, of unlawful cohabitation.
Thu court recites that Snow, in Nauvoo,
llrst illegally married two women at otio
ceremony, and the contract therefore was
null and void. He then nturrli dsn. cesslvo
ly seven other women all ot liom he
supports and holds out to tho world as his
wives. Tills Is shown by testimony, while
at thu samu timu he dwells regularly with
Minnie, his latest polygamous wife, who
has a three months' old child, Tho court
says tills is one of the most flagrant casus
ot polygamy in the territory, and no error
was made in convicting Snow. Thu court
also biistaitis the conviction of Brlgliam
Young Simpson of conspiring to establish
a disreputable house for tho purpose of
luring thither prominent Gentiles, and
says tlio testimony discloses a wicked and
disgraceful conspiracy which must bo con
demned by all.
A City l'upcr on tlio Vnliin of Lutul fur
Some farmers are much concerned about
the IiIkIi price of land, and are expressing
the belief whether they have it or not
that It cannot pay to farm on laud worth
$100 or J2U0 an acre. Let us see. It is
ouito possible to (-row SO bushels of corn
or UO bushels of wheat per acre in avenge
years. Within UK) miles of a shipping
port corn is worth )." cents a bushel and
wheat is worth PO cents. To get If nil for
820 to 540 per acre a farmer must tro verv
far from shippine; ports and where he can
only 20 cents a bushel for corn and 10
lor wheat. The illllerence in value, sup
poim the crops to lie equal, will amount
to f 20 on the acre of corn and .?l."ionthe
wheat. This difference will pay live per
cent on 100 per acre in the one ca-e
and SS00 on the other. It certainly seems
as if tlie hli'h-priccd farms had the ad
vantage over tho cheaper ones, and when
it comes to selling bulkier crops or live
stock tlie advantage Is all the greater. To
make fnrniinn on high-priced land pay,
then, all that is necessary Is to farm hiiih
and raise as large crops as the land can
possibly lie made to do. If the owner of a
100-acre farm worth 20,000 were to sell
bis property for cash, he could not possi
bly mve-c bis money nearly so well as it
was in tho larui, for tlie interest at live
per cent on the capital would not begin to
provide him with house, provisions, com
lorts and luxuries which ho enjoyed on
the farm but never took any account of in
his bookkeeping. A'. V. Times.
Vermont always stands near the head of
all the States in tlie average product of
corn per acre. The price hero is always
higher than in the vicinity ot New York
city. If laud near that city is worth from
$100 to $200 per ticreto grow corn ut 4.
cents u bushel, as the Timcn ligures it,
what is land worth in Vermont, where as
much corn can be raised per acre, and the
price of northern corn is seldom less than
7." cents a bushel r The TUncs makes a
difference of 25 centsa bushel in the price
of corn equal, for the product of each
acre, to the interest of -100 at live per
cent, and adds, "when it comes to selling
bulkier crops or live stock the advantage
is all the greater." A mathematician will
readily see that, computing tlie value of
good corn laud in Vermont ou the basis of
the ''mcs's estimate, an acre would be
come pretty valuable, and a very few acres
would be worth more than the price at
which farms of from 100 to 200 acres are
being sold. The Tlmcx'x estimates are
based on the value ot the gross product.
We should prefer to take tho net profit in
computing the value ot laud for cultiva
tion ; but in tliis wo ought, to have, and
do have, the advantage over fanners that
have s-100 or more invested in each acre of
their farms, not more fertile than land in
Vermont that can be bought for less than
half that price. Though in many of the
older States thero is not. a ready sale for
farms, there has been an increase in tlie
price at which they are held in most of
them. Tho great decline in the price of
farms in this .Statu and in some other units
ot New Hnglaud is exceptional and wo
hope not permanent. ermont is the
place lor tho-u who want to liny cheap
lands, with truces and buildings ready
for occupancy, to look. Horace Greeley
once said that nowhere In this country
would a given amount of money bring
more substantial comforts to those seek
lug homes than when Invested in a Ver-
montifarm. 1 heo words are truer now
than when they were snoketi. for a home
can be found here now at less cost than
then, wlitle at the west the cost of a home
witli anything like the improvements that
are found on the farms here Is greater.
Improved lands in tlie most desirable lo
cations at the west are now held at high
prices. The Times says, "To get land for
-'u 10 tw per acre one must go very mr
liom shipping ports and where hu can
get only : cents a bushel lor corn and 10
tor wheat," and 100 to t-200 tier acre is
treated as the not unusual price of good
farming lands not remote from .shipping
pons. 7i ifi i.r.
Cliiiiiiphiln Valley Agricultural Society
Tlie ailjouriied meetiiiK of the Cham-
plaiu Valley Agricultural .soeiety washelil
at Steven ' hoti-e, VerKennes, lust Thurti
day. The llrst business in order was tho
choice of a seneral superintendent and O.
A. .Smith win elected. II. U. Martin wns
elected chief marshal, and II. I'. Fisher
chief of police. The various ollices were
then tilled and the town inanimers elected
V. G. Spruojue, Frank 0. Dyer and Harry
Wi'inht were appointed as.-lstant secretar
ies. Tho various committees were then
appointed, autl the days of the fair were
decided unon as Sotitembor S. il. and 10,
Tho fair (-rounds aro to ho improved, more
conveniences added in tho shapo of stock
room, etc. On motion the tueetlni of the
association adjourned sine die.
Tlio (irimil Isle Steamboat Cuiiipiiiiy.
The stockholders of tho Grand Isle
Steamboat company had their annual
".cetiuu at St. "Albans Monday, and
i .ected tho followlm board of directors
II. llruinerd, Kdward I.ynmn, K. O. Smith,
l). w. itanlett, Jo 1). Hatch, II. II. mal
ley and X. r. Flsko tho latter uentle
man leiui tlie only now director chosen,
llioolllt m fur the year eiisuiiii" : l'resi
dent an, niauau'ei'. Herbert llraliierd
secretary. H. G. Smith : treasurer. I). I).
Kiinlett. Cunt. II. Sawyer was re-ciected
to tako eoiuiuaud of tho Itelmleer next
season. Tho treasurer's report was pre
sented and revealed a satisfactory rotate
Tb flint lTonflfrriil Ftnill
lUmrdj Ktrr Koovrn.
Oroup, AHthma, Itron
chills, Nouritlaln, It htm
mnllara, niopUugnt tho
Luntffl, HtmrnenpHi, In
FOR ITTE-R-rxrAXj -A. 1ST
Poiltlvcly euro SICK-HEADACHE, BlllounnoM. find all LIVEll nnd DOWEL Complaints, MALAHXA,
I1LOOD rOISON, nd Skm DIBeoscn (ONE FILL A DOSKI. For IVtnnlc CompUlntn thcio I'llls
havo no equal. "I find them avaluablo Cathartla and Liver Pill. Dr. T. M Palmer, Montlcello. Fla."
"In my practlco I mo no othor. J. Donnlson, M.D., DnWItt, Iowa." Sold ovcrywhern, or ent by
mall for as ota. m taunt. Valuable Information F11EE. I. 8. JOIllfSON Ic CO., BOSTON, MASS.
It Is a welt knnnn fi t that mont ot the
ll.wo ami ('.iUIl' T'.wMt I In tlili coun
try 11 wortlit'. Hint Sliirlil.in'i Oimlitlon
IWtler h nliinlutclj ttirr and irv laliiahlc.
Niitliln:: mi r.itlh will mnkn lii-ns
lityllltii Shcrhl.lM'rt Condition I'mv.
ilrr. Ii.tnn. inn1 trastnoonflll In rarh til 11 1 i.f
food. It Mill iiUn posltlvtlj tiri'vi-nt nml euro
-:- COFFEE! -:-
A few Words to tliose who Enjoy the most Essential part
Good Breakfast :
Notliiii!' is nioro important to health than pure ColToc.
Nothing fjivi'.s greater relief o tired, worn out encrf-ies than a uup
ol eheerine;, lile-;-f ving; ".'one
JJuy the host and do hot, use eheap
iniurious to one's system than
health do not use it when you ean
pure and fresh roasted at our store.
Wc liae In stole nt the present lime out time
we sl iill sell til a illsioimt ot ten per ettit limn I miner pilces anil snail endeavor to keep
our (tniiles up to the pitsent hmh stiiiiilntd ol excellence.
"Wo havejust imported direct from the .Tapan Tea Syndicate
tew chests ol OA I' J IllilL TEA.
J LA winch is t ne trade niarlc
ami to those who appreciate a delicious cup of pure tea, this tei
will please you, as it isa tun e, unadulterated, uncolored Japan Tea
We shall also sell all ol our old
grades and prices.
Kver shown in this city and
siller quality and price'.
Table Luxuries and Staple Groceries of all kinds.
Our Motto: BEST QUALITY, HONEST QUANTITY
1 lii Church Street.
"WAR IS DECLARED !
The Globe Clothing House
llefuses to accept terms and will sell goods at prices
that -will defy competition.
Which we will not cany
matter how great a sacruice we have to make to
dispose of them.
now i-iir; 'jthvoj:
for those who have not purchased their Winter Cloth
ing to buy, for we will make the most astonishing
markdown in prices ever attempted in Burlington.
SATISFACTION GL'AHAXTHUI) OK 310XKV liUFUXDKl).
D. M. MILES & CO.
Tin: casi: or mi.as ji. waiti:.
Tlio ICcport That Mo llml llcell I'.lrdoned
A Washiiiton de.-pateli says : "There-
is absolutely no truth in the report that
Silas M. White, the llruttleboro hank I
wrecker, has been pardoned by the pre.-i- I
dent. A petition lias been llled for his I
pardon, with a cordial letter in its sup
port from our minister to Knuhind, .Mr. I
l'helps, wlio was Wuite's counsel ut tlie j
time of his trial, The ease lias not even i
been laid before the iittorney-Kenerul, and
win oniy reiicn me preslileut utter .Mr.
Garland approves tho petition, which
there Is no authority for say ini he is likely
to do, ami even then the president would
hesitate lnni lie fore pardoiilni him.
The report Unit a pardon had been (rant
ed Wnite nrev out of a blunder made by
the attoniey-f-eneral. When the fact be
came known that an application had been
made to the president for a pardon for
Wulte, several letters were sent to W'asli
iiiton protesting niraiiist tlie uruntine; of
tlie application. One of these was sent to
Gen. v. W. Grout, representative of the
second district, ami lij'him was forwarded
to tho attorney-Keneral. It wius returned
to Mr. Grout with the following enilorse
"DLrAIiTMKKT Ol- .IrsUlK, i
W'AsiiiMnoN, .Ian. ".i, ism", i
Mr. Grout : The president, several days
uko, pardoned Mr. Wulte, I think about
tho time of this letter.
Very truly yours,
(SiRiied) A. II. (1 Aiu.ANii.
Mr. Waito's crime and punishment lire
fresh in the remembrance of most of our
leaders, llu was tried in Juno lbbl, for
violation of tho National boundary act,
bv niakiiiK false records and returns, and
for wreckbit the First National Hank of
Hrattleboro, of which ho was presi
dent and manncer. Ho wits sentenc
ed lo the Workhouse at lluthind for six
years, and has nineteen mouths of his
term yet to serve. Ho has had a comfort
ublo room at the liouso of Correction, and
has fared well. Slnco hl.s eontiueineiit ho
hits utreil rapidly, and become consider
ably emaciated. Hu has occupied a por
tion of his time lu prepiirini a statement
intended to make it appear that instead of
owiiu tho bank auythiiiK tile defunct in
stitution owes him over ? 100,000, The de
positors, however, fail to appreciate the
efforts that are beltiK made to obtain hisi
release and aro severe lu their deuuiicia
tion of tho iiuiii who has been tho cause of
their llnaucial inislortuiie.
Kieli til tfcr RtntdlM fr
CUIir.G Cfttrxrrh, Chol
era Morbun, Dysentery.
Chronic Dlnrrhirn. Kid.
noy TroublfR, m-i O pin at
t)l6&nen. 1rriiUr freo,
1. ti. JOHNSON it CO.,
3D EXTERNAL T7SB.
1 PURGATIVE DEI I C
MAKE NEWRICH BLOOD. tWIaO
MIKE 1ENS LIT
!!n1inlrrft, Ar RoM orrrwlicrp.or.rTit lv n
Mtnp Y nrnlsheil In Uir.'t ann, prif f $1
Circulars fruc. I 8. JnilShOX a. 01. 1
iniitat ions, lor nothiii"- is more
poor Collec. As you value your
tret plantation irrown Collec
anil a lnill tuns of lilili tfrailc Collet's, which
packed in the PKUFKCTION
ol the .Japan Tea Syndicate
brands of first-class Teas ofall
can please you all if you will con
We have a
over until next season, no
i. .V "JP' .?
the BEST THING KNOWN
IN HARD OR SOFT, HOT OR COLD WATER.
SAVKS I.AHOK, TIME nd SOAP AMAZ
INGLY, and gives iiiilvernnl sallsfactloii.
No family, rich er poor shunltl be wlthntit it.
Sold by all liroi'cm. ItUWAUKof imitations
well deskned to mirlc.ul. l'KAHI.INi: (8 the
ONLY BAKK labor tavlng eninpoiiiiil, and
always bears the abuvo iriiibnl, and naino of
JAM ICS 1'YI.U, NlSW YOHK.
GOLD MEDAL, PAP.I8, 1878.
Worrnntcil ahaolutrly intra
Cocoa, from which tho cjccw oi
Oil ban licon removed. H h.w three
timet the ttrtngth of Cocoa uiUcil
with Starch, Arrow nsit or Sugar,
anil la therefore far more tconouil.
cat, costing Ittt than one mil a
ck;. It I lUllclous uourlohlni;,
utri'iiKtlicnlutr, easily uigeaicu, ana
admirably adapted for Invullili an
well a for persona In ueaiin.
Hold by (lrffrn em-Tthern
W. BAKER & CO,, Dorclicster, Mass,
A. B. FISHER & CO.,
(A. II. FlSIIKIt, V II. HA UN us, C. W. risilEH.)
Contractors and Jiulltlcr.
And Deulers lu II1TII,I)1N MATl'.HIAI.S
WouU Mantels, Tiles, I'liblnet Wure, etc.
.til ll'iirk (Jlrt'ii f'niiniilf'irmiKtl-llfciidoii
CH'nci: PW t in.:
81101' "Ml I oi
I HI I JI TI I I
William II. Howard's Hstate.
STATU Ml" VKIIMONT. The Hon. l'rolmto
Court ior the District of Clilltenilen !
In nil ni'isDiiH ntcii'iteil In tlio eMutu or
Wllllimi 11. Iliiwiitil nml .Minion II. Howard
of Milton In said District,
1 1 nr.r.Ti riu ;
WIhtciis. inn illmtlim hath been iiimlo lothls
Com tin wrltuiK by the Ktliinllan ol sulil winds
lur license n sell certain rein I'suiir in sum
wariR M'ttliiur fintli liiereln that his wardi
own an ImlU liliuil lllth ol a certain piece ol
mini ut aiiout liis acres and or a swamp lot or
lour acres a out to them In common with
others Inmi the etnte ot their irniiiiiruthcr.
v 1 1 1 lit tu Ilownnl,iluceiiM:i!, anil situate In Mild
Milt II. mill Hint It wi. nlil In. Mill. l it i In
thu interest ot i-alil wiwiU tu Kill nml eon-
vert the samo Into money fur tin" purpose ot
putting Hie proeeeils thrieiil ut lntiTt"-t.
A i il tlieienpMii.ihe s.ilil Com t appointed nml
assltflieil the pith iluy ol' l'eli-uiiry,'li-i, ut tho
i nuiiiiu i,iiiiii, rooin in sum insti'ii't, to near
nml ileelile upon milil atipllrittuni j anil
onli'ieil that public untlrc thereol be (jl -en
to all peiwins liiteri sleil llieri in, by pitli-
iisiiinir him onicr imee weei Mieu'tiwl) In
Hie I in 1 1 1 n u ti ill I'm; Pre a iiewvinini'i' which
tirclllnli s m liclKhhoi hooil ol thoe pcr-ims
lnleivti'U tlii'ielii, all ol which i ohlicu
lloii shall be previous to the time iippolnteil
lor heai inir.
J lieieloie, .Mill are hereby lintilli il to ali
ne, if tii lote -.alii toiirl. lit the time anil nlare
illiw es.itd, then ami there to object to Ha
Itr.iiitltiti ot filch licence If J oil tee cauv.
int'ii iMiuer my naiin, at rroonie court
roomi, this -litli oay ol .laiiuaiy.
,'llwHw (ii;u. w. WAlilA lieiter
Aiihoii "NV. 1'eet's Hstate.
STATU OK Vr.lt.MONT, I To nil persona
distiiic'T hp ciiiTTKMiKN. I eonceriieil in tlie
estate of Aiifion W. reet, lute ot Bhelburu
in siil'l District, deceased,
At a Probate rniii t. holden ut lliirlmuton.
within anil tor Hie lll"ti'lct of Chittenden, on
the lilttduy ot .Ian., Isl, an iiitriiiiient, pur
porting to be the l.i.-l will and testiuneiit ol
Anson W. l'eet, late ot "helliurii la suld
lltiict, (leeciM'il, was luesented to the Court
nlort'Mild, lor probate, anil It is ordered by
said eoiitt that theaah day ol rebiiinry.
lNSii, at the Probate Court rooms In
wild HiirlltiKtoti be a-lned lor provlmr
mid instrument; and that notice theieol
be itiven to all pep-ons concerned, by puli
llshimf this order thtee weeks successlM'ly
ill tlie Hill lliartou 1'iee l're-, a newspaper
pi lilted at said lltirlmj-'toil, prelous to the
Thetefore you are hereby notified to appear
belore said court, ill the time and place afore
said and contest the probate or uid will, it
you have euil'-e.
Ciivrn under my hand at lliirllmrton, III said
district, this 21st diiv ot .lamiury, Issii.
C,i:u. W. WAIiKS, HeisttT.
Ira Shattuck'H Instate.
Wo, the stibscribers, huvinif lieen appointed
by the Honorable the I'mbatc Court 1 or the ill
trlet ot Chlltenden, Commis-loneis to reeth',
exiinilne nml inljn.-t the claims nnd dt
iiiands ol' nil pel -litis airain-t tho estate
ol Ira Slmttuck, late of llurllnctnn, in
said district, deiea-cd, and iil-o all claims
and demands exhibited in oUVet theri
tnj and sl.v months from tlie day of
the date heteot. beim,' allowed by said
court tor that purpo-e, we do thcierore here
by (rive notice that v.e will attend to tin liu-i-ness
of our appomtiiieut, ut the I'mbatc
ollice m HurlitiKtoii, m said di-trict. on the
third veilncsilii- s of .March nnd July nt.t,
at HI n. m.. on each ot said days.
Dated tilts '.'lit day of .limu.iry, ls-ti.
C. K'iM'lTU, 1" Comuu-sioners.
Georye Pease' s Kistate.
We, Hie "Ub-cribcrs, having been appoiutod
by the Honorable the Piob.ite Court lor the
District ot Chittenden, cotiimis-ioncrs to re
ceive, examine and adjust the claims nml de
mands ol nil person- uiruin-t the estate rl
(luoivo I'eii-e, lute of Charlotte in mil
district, decea-cd, nnd nl-o all tiamis
and demand- exhibited in olfset there.
to; nnd -l. months I rum tlie day of
the date heieot, lienor aiioweii ny
aid court tor that inirio-e, we do theri fou
heieby cive notii e that we will attend to the
iHi-iuc ot our appointment, at tlie res
idence ot said decea-ed between hours or 9
n. m., and ;l p. in., in Mini ill-trlet, out lie third
Mitiirdais ot February and .Inly next.ar lu
o'clock a.m., on each ol -.ud days.
Dated ttiis lst.il.iy ol I etiruary, 1-nj.
u. u. in" 1 1 .
lit A II. WICKt;it.
Jotliaiu S. Kioc'.s Kstato.
STATH 01" VHUMOXT. I To all ncrsnns
nisiiticT ot- rmTTKNiiE.v, i cimctriiid m the
estate ol .lutlnim S. Illce, lute nt U nfurl
In -aid distiict.ilcccn-ed, (im ktim.-
At a Prntiiite I unit, ho den at Ilir iiiL't'iti.
within nml lor the l)i-tnct of ( hittcndcti, on
the llnl day of I cliniury, Is-il, tin Iti-tiuiin lit
liurpottlm,' to be the last will itiut tt-tuiin n'
of .liitliiuu tf. ltlce. lute of Wc-tl'md. '
salddistrict.deci'ii-i'd wa- pre-cntcd t. . t In urt
itinrc-aiii.ior priiiiiiie. ami It Is orucn I nv
said court that thei'illi day ol IVbrtuin,
at tne Prnbiitc t'otut rooms in said lliulimrt t .
be a-.-uriicil for provlmr .-.lid iii-triini' nt : ( i
tlmt notice thereof be neti toull iier-uii-,
ccrued, by iiibli-hinu this order thici w h
Miccci Ively in the lliulinutoii 1'rcc Pr . ,i
new-paper printed at -aid Hut lm.it. 'il, pi
oiwtii the time appointed.
i nereioie. you are neicnv noimeu n in, u.ir
bclincsaid court, at thetlmeand id.tt at tl-
wiid and conte-t the piobate nt - u I w i
you htiVH etiu-i'.
i.i en tinder ins liainl at llinMi-i . -li-triet,
tin- lii'd dav ol I'eln ii.ir . I
au'wut iii:ii. w. wai.i .-, id. ti .
Alatlmw ltyiin'.s K.-titto.
STATU Ol' VHUMOXT. i Tin II. i rn.
Iil-Tliirr or oilirrKMiKN.ss. t ble the l"i ' ate
Court lor the Hi-lrict ol ( hittcndcti.
In all persons mtere.-ti d ill the i-' it t
.Mm hew Ityan, late (1 Itichliiond, n .nl
ib-tnct decca-cd, (iltl.i mm
Whereas, -aid court h.isa-siiriii d th' 'Mil v
of rebruary, lsl. next for Ihescit It im M
the Administrator's .u fount, amltm a line.
of the ic-ldiie ot -aid estate to Mi n r-
ol -aid ilece.i-eil. and onltrcl tliit f r -be
notice tlieieot be irneu to n, rsi ' -
mtert'-led m said e-tate by inibli-liiin.' t ' s i r.
dcrtliree weeks siicci hely preM n- ! fit
day a icncd, in the llinlint-toii liu I i
pi ii.K d in llurlintriiin, in said di-tr . t
Theielore ou ill c hereby not ill. -I t. ii pi ,ir
at the Probate I'ouit rooms in llurlii 1. 1 . 1 '
the .lay a ik'iied, then ami there t nt-t
the allowance of :ud account II j on -. u ( .
and lo e-tabll-li our njrlil as heir-, n . .itet s
and lawtiil claimants ol said resi.li..
(lieu under mv hand. tin- .r i in 1
rcbruiiiy Is-ii. (il.O. W. WAI.l'.S, lii - -t. .
Ambrose At water's Kstato.
STATl! OP VHUMOXT. ( The II r.
Dl.-TltltT Ol- I'lin-ri'.SDIIX, ss. I able the Tri
bute Court lor the District of Chittenden,
To a 1 persons mtercsied in t li- estate t
Ami. ro-e Atwatcr late ol Hutlimrton, in si. i
Whereas, said Court has assigned tin 21t
day of rebruary next lor the scttlemci t i
the ailmiulstriitoi's account, aid orient
tiiat public notice thereof, be ixeti .t a.
persons Interested in -aid estate bv pule sh.
Im; this order till if v.ei ks siiccc ielv pit.
vlou- to the diij n-su'iicl. m the Hurlumt vi
1'iee Press printed in llurlini;toii in s.nd ibs
trlcl Tlicrelore. you are hereby untitled to ap
pear nt the Probate Court rooms m II irluis,'
ton, on the diiv as-iirned, tneii and tic re x
contest the allowance ut s.ti.l accoim' it yiu
see cause. , , ,
(liven under my hand this 3rd dav of leu.
riiary, ISmI. (I P.O. W. WALKS, Uty ltr
.My wire. Jennie II. Colvln. lmir,'lclf mv
bed and board, the public hic warned
iiK'nlust trustlmr her, n 1 shall pay no oilis ot
her cnntiactiiis.' alter this date.
.lanuiiry iitli, lsvl. H. r. tOl.MX.
The buildings, lu-ht-. privllrires an-i ap
liiirlcniuices ol tlie Coichesler llutter and
ciiei'M' l-'iit'tory will be sold at a Kieat sacri
llie to any puny xx Im d sires to run the same
as a creamery or cheese factory. Said proper,
ty consists of a 2't storj buililfmr, 70x ill. xvith
boiler house iiiljominir. Ice liou-e, '.' steam
boilers in sullicleiil capacity lor either butter
or cheese slid ot her appliances Incl n'litiil to
such purpo.-es. 0er sUO" cows lire owned
ivUliiiiii radius of il miles. Any unpinies in
1 1, ,..,ii,i iiioiicitv nil receive moniut
. a trillion b aildrt s-imfColeliester Hotter mill
Cheese I'.ictoi) or A. M. Vi heeler, Colchester,