The following are the transactions of the Probato Court for the weok ending Mar. 10, 1875: Estáte of Henry P. Schaeberk, deceaaed ; order for hearing final account of Administraor. Estáte of George Fitzgerald, deceased ; notice to creditors published ; claims to be ïeard June 7 and Sept. 7, by John C. Tuomy and John Croarkin, commissioners. Estáte ot Philip Blum, Sen., deceased ; lotice to creditors published; claims to be ïeard June 7 and Sept. 7, by A. L. Feldkamp and Geo. Baker, commissioners. Estáte of Cornelius Olsaver, deceased ; notice ;o creditors published ; claims to be heard 'une 8 and Sept. 8, by Lavrrence Olsaver and ïeury ülsaver, commissioners. Estáte of Russell Whipple, deceased; peitiou for appoiutment oi au Adininistrator ; Lay of hearing April 5. Estáte of Royal G. Boyce et al., minors; icense granted to sell real estáte ; to be sold May lst. Estáte of Kozelle Valentine, deceased: license granted to sell real estáte ; to be sold May 4. Estáte of Philip Blum, Sen., deceased ; will admitted to probate ; Philip Blum, Jr. and Jacob Blum, Executors. Estáte of Partea Philips, deceased ; Saturday last, flrst day for heariug claims by the Judge. Oeiöin ai.. - We are glad that somebody has been discovered who is able to say something original on that popular and interesting topic, the weather His name it is Walt Whitman. He discourseth : 1 howl a whoop, And with the howlment of the whoop I yip a yarn, And with a million chill-betingled veins I bow me to the winter's sovereiguty ; O, bitesome breeze ! O, quakesome waves ! and all conglomérate elementa of gelid things !