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THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FM.DAY, APRIL 27, 1S94
Weak Lungs Thin, narrow look out for. Weak Lungs may be inherited ; not Consumption. chested children are the ones to Everybody with a tendency toward should take Scott-s , Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda. It builds up the system. Cures Coughs, Colds and Wasting Diseases. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Hereditary Weakness and all Blood Diseases are cured by SCOTT'S EMUL SION. It is a food rich. in nourlshment. Prepared by Scott & Bowne, N. Y. Drup-glsts sell It SHOES. SHOES. All the most celebrated mabos and latest styles are always keep on hand, and at prices tliat other slioe dealers cannot compele witli. TRUNKS AND BAGS f A fnll assortment of these goods always on hand. JA& K. MIL.LER, 409MAIN STREET BENNINGTON VERMONT THE POT OALLED THE KETTLE BLAOK BEOAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDN'T USE SAPOLIO. CALEDONIAN INSURANCE CO, OF EDINBURGH, SGOTLAND. OLDEST INSURANCE INSTITDTION ! STRANGE THINGS DO HAPPEN. Wan Tliis n Colncldonco or Waa It Sotno thlnc Stlll Stranger? What la the explanation of itf The focta nro nttested by soveral rcllable per- BODS. Ono of the most prominentrailroad men in the stnto and rccelver for n great cor poratlon waa a guestat the Grand Paciflo hotel. White he waa at the hotel hla sou and daughter cnme to tnke dinner with lilm. That evenlng ho went to Mr. Paul Gorcs, the clerk, and said, "Charge me with two extra dlnners." Mr. Gores kriew tho daughter waa at the hotel, but ho had not scen thoson, and for Bomo reason supposed that a girl friend of the daughter had been tho third person who took dinner at the hotel. Thero is a rnlo of the liouso that the name of every guest must bo entered on tho register. So Mr. Gores opened the book to put down two namca. He just wroto the name of Mis3 , the daughter. Then he thought for a momcnt and wroto below it "Miss Warburton, Cloveland." Of course War burton was not tho namo he wroto, and Cloveland was not tho town, but they wlll do just aa well, and in every other partio ular the story as toid will bo exactly true to tho facts. Ho didn't know why he wroto "Miss Warburton, Cleveland." He simply "thought up" a flctitious name and put it on the register, as he had often dono beforo. Next day, when tho guest came to pay hia bill, tho casbier looked up the account and said, "You havo beenhere tbreodhys, and there aro two extra dinners barged one for your daughter and one for Miss Warburton." "Miss Warburton?" "Yes. Miss Warburton of Cleveland. Is thero something wrongf " "Two extra dinnors is nll rlght, but there's something wrong. How dld that namo got on tho register?" "I don't know, I'm sure." "Well, I have o certain reason for ask lng, nnd I wlsh you would look it up." So tho clerks were questloned, and Mr. Gores said ho wroto down tho name. "But how did you happen to get that name and that nddress?" "I don't know, I'm sure. I wroto the flrst thing that came into my head." "That'a the most cxtraordinary thing I ever heard in all my llfe." They did not venturo to ask questions, but he told them anyway: "Miss War burton of Cleveland waa a dear friend of my daughter. Sho dicd about three years ago under very sad circumstancea. When my sou and daughter wero with mo at dinner the other evening, we were talk ing of her, and I daro say my son and daughter, whom I left up in tho parlor, wero talking of her at tho very moment that name was written. I'm suro I didn't mentlon her name in tho hearing of any clerk." "No," said Mr. Gorcs. "It just came to me." Then they fell to wondering whether it waa plmply an unoxplainablo colncidenco or a beautlful case of thought trausfer ence. Chicago Hecord. Thoroughly Reliable Fire Insur ance at Lowest Rates. JOHN V. HALL & SON, AGENTS. 459 Maln Strcct, Bennington, Vermont. Eflect or a Dinner on a Juryman. There is occasionally a man aerving on a jury wno will bo obstinate for selllsh purposes and keep 11 out till a dinner or suppcr is served up hy the county. I re meinber such a circumstance. It waa a plain caso we woro called upon to decide, and we stood 11 to 1 on tho flrst ballot. We argued and reason ed long with tho dissonting one, but to no purpose. On ev ery ballot wo took we stood 11 to 1. A gentleman on the panel who happened to know the man andhlsantecedentsremark ed to me that he would como around all right after dinner; that ho did nbt get a dollar dinner very often and took this method to obtain one. Timo woro on, and wo began to feel the effects of hunger, till flually the sheriff marcbed us oE to tho hotel, where a rich and appetizing spread awaited us, to whlch we all dld ample justice and then returncd to our work. Aa soon aa wo entered our room the odd man was all smilea and called at once for a ballot. He voted with the rest, and the "jury wero agreed." There is no law to touch such n man asthat, but ho neverthe less robbed tho county treasury of $18 the sherlff. always partakea with tho jury aa deliberately as though he had taken it clandestinely from tho county till. Ho waa aa much a robber aa ia the man who Bteals a quarter of beef from tho butcher's Btall. Letter to lioston'Transcrlpt. A Newsboy's Bank Account. Selling newspapera would not bo consld ered a very lucrative occupatlon, yet know a newsboy who, from the proflts of 10 years, haa a neat balance of nearly 10, 000 to hla credit in a bank, after paylng nis living expensea durlng that tlmo. But not every newsboy ia lmbued with the busincsa senso that Joe Griffen possesses. 1H iU H fi fi in fl i i t k H H H H COMPOUND EXTRAC csnm 3 in For ' i a m imi ib m vn -m a m.m p m tma m UJ I H B V-.. uJU.1ii3K vs w Receives the Highest Praise from the Best Physicians. DR, H. P. MERRHiL, thq wonderful spoo ialist of Augusta, Maine, after fjivlng it a thorough trial in liis practice, writcs tho following convincing lcttor of praiso: GENTLEMEN: I have of lato becn ualng somelof your medlcine In my practlco with the most plcaslngarjd satisf actory rcsalts. I flnd tbat it acts llko a charm upqit tho wholo nervous Byatcra, and in scrofaU and all cntaticons diseases. Its cnratlvo propertles aro f nlly cqnal to tlio clalms made f or it, and I do not know of ono instance whcro lt has not f nlflllcd all its clalms. In cascs of Gcneral Dcbtllty and Nervons Prostration ithas provcd Itself lnvaluablc. It also gtvcs qulckrellcf in Dyspepsla and Cankcrof tho stomach, and ls a remarkablo flno rcstoratlvo remedy. It is a grcat pleasuro to bo able to recommend such a remedy, as tho rcsults following its nse are so wondcrfully satlsfactory. One great thing, in its fayor ls its frecdom from tupcrflaous alcohol, and all Injurlous ineredients. DR, n. P. MEIUUIX. AltBough Allen's Sarsaparilla is suoh a ?a) tno largost bottlo on tho market for $1.00. Trial bottle8 6Cots. PHOr. W. H. MORSB, M. T. B. S. So. of Westflold, N. J., author of "Now Thora poutical Agcnts", tho standard textbook of tho nower materia medica, Consulting Chem istand Therapeutist, ono of tho most widoly known mon among tho mcdlcal profcssion gives it liis highest oudorscment, aa tcstiflcd oy tho following voluntary statoment: "Allen'g Sarsaparilla commcnjs itsclf to mo thero pentlcally, chemlcally and cllnlcally. Its thcrapcutical power, pbyslloglcal actlvlty, and chcmical purlty, aro all notewortby j and the reason is to bo found ln tho fact that H is true to its namo, or lioncst, as tbo wordeoes. That ls, it is vegetablo alteratlvo, and tonlc Tcrbaps tho blgbcst praise that may bo glven It Is that lts actlon represents that of mercuryIess the faults of that drug; for, has not Perelra said, "X pcrfect mercnry would bo a pcrfoct " alteratlvo.'y W. H. MORSE, M. D., P. B. B. Bc, Westflold, K. J. nablo rimody it is not at all oxpensivo, boing OLD BY ALL DEALERS. a eald, tlva W ;V V V Y v.S. -9. w w 1 -mls young man is enterlngon hiatwen- tleth year nnd is now making from $65 to $75 a week from the salo of tho varlous newspapera of tho city. Joo started as a newsboy without capital or backing. He was not long ln the ranks of the newsles before hia superiorbusiness auallties manl- fested thumselves, and ho was called tho klng of tho newsboys. That ho was entl- tlcd to thia lionor could bo plalnly seen in tho wonderful induenco ho had over hia nssociates. Ho was nrbiter in their dla putca and a sourco of ndvlce in their trou- blcs. I'lttsburg Dlspatch. rialn Talk to nis Lorilshlp. A venerablo and pompouB Enidlsh blsh- op waa having hls portrait paiuted by nn eminent artlst. After sltting steady foran hour in Bllenco the churchman thought bo woum break tbo monotony with a ro- mark: "How aro you getting nlong?" ho in- quired. To tho nstonisbment of tho blshop, tho Knlgnt oi tbo palette, absorbcd'in bis work, replleu: "Movo your head a little to tho right ana snut your mouth." Not being uccUBtomed to such a fonn of addrcss, hls lordship said: "May I ask why you address mo in this mannerr" The artlst, still absorbed in his work, laiu, "l want to take oil a little of your thcek." Tho blshop collapsed.St. LouisHepub- lic. nis Explanatlon. Justice How do you explain your bo ing found Inside Colouel Ginger's chicken coop last nigbw JackBon Do trufo is, jedgo, I mado all my arrangementa ter git up nrly in de mornin, an I wdnted ter eleep where I cud heah de roostera crow. Boston Woman'a Journal. Marrlagn A man geta marrled when he ia weary, hoplng to flnd rest. A woman marriea bccausosho ia impatlenttosoelife. Bound by an indlssoluble chain, tho twoarecom- pclled to walk together till ono of them dies. Countess Dlane. CACAO, COCA, COCO AND COCOA. A Clcaring Up f a Slngular Confuslon of Name. A striking oxample of tho ignorance of tropical things on the part of dwellers in temperate regiona ia to be found in tho confuslon into whlch the artlclea various ly terined cacao, coca, coco, cocoa, have been got by shippers, tradesmen, dictlon- tionory and encyclopedla makers, and the publlo following them. There aro four widely sepnrated vegetablo growths that nro variously mixed under these names. Tho flrst, cacao, ia well placed in the genus theobroma, a name glven lt by Lln neus, and sicnifying "food for the Boda.'; Tho speciflo name comea from the Portu- gueso "cacau," in turn derlved from the nncient Mexican "cacautl." Ita name is almost universally spelled cocoa in the Unlted States and England and confused with tho cocoanut of the pnlra trlbe, with whlch it haa far less natural adlnlty than haa the roso with the pear. All the dic- tionarles conf use or mlsapply these names. Evcn tho Encyclopedia Britannica talks of the cocoa tree, and, though admltting tbat it is "moro properly cacao," says un der that hpading"see cocoa." Worcester's school dlctionary actually says, "Cocoa, a boverage made of the cocoanut," whlch is quite aa accurato as it would be to de- flno gooseberry plo as a product of the as- paragus plant. Tho cacao is a small evergrcen treo from 15 to 35 fect high under cultlvation and higher in its native forests. Though a nativo or America, from Mexico to Peru, it was introduced into Africa over 200 years ago, whero it has since escaped from cultivation nnd may now bo found grow- ing wild. Its Bomewhat cgg shaped pods aro from 5 to 13 incbes long, witb a thick, almost woody rind. Ten elevated outsida ridges indicate flvo celled fruit. This con- talna from 25 to 100 seeda, imbedded in tbo sweetish pulp. Theso aro tlje "cacao beans" from whlch are prepared seed. Tho treo must havo plenty of heat and rain, a deep, rich soil and but little wind. Tho best cacao is that of Venezuela Carncas cacao. Tho cacao pods are gathered twice a year, in Juno and December. Roasted and dlvested of husks, the pods become "cacao nibsj" ground into pasto, sweetcned and Ilavored, tboy yield chocolate; in acrade, unsweetened paste, cacao, crroneously call ed coco, witn the oil extracted, dried and powdered, "broma," nnd tho oil of the seed yields a nonrancld fat, "cacao but- ter," mucn uscd in pharmacy. The second of our quartet, coca, often incorrectly spelled cuca, ia a shrub closel.7 resembling blackthorn and a nativo of tlu Andes, attalnlng six or eight fect in heigLt, with stralght branches and brilliant Kroen leavea. Tho latter, when chowed, produce a sense of warmth in tho mouth, having a piensant, pungent taste. Of coco much less can bo said than of tho others. So little is lt known in north- ern countries that the dictlonaries and en- cyclopedias, with ono exception, ignoro lt. It yields a root which, properly cooked. is not unlike sweet potato, and which I navo iound palatablo and very nourishing. It is not of sufflcient value, however, to como into general use where elther pota- toes, breadfrult or plantaius nbouDd. Tho last of our quartet, the cocoanut palm, is tho most widely dlstrlbuted of tropical growths nnd without exception tno most nseful of any slnslo ono of na- turo'sprodncts savoearth, alrand water. Tho cocoanut palm, whlch the Ency clopedla Britannica erroneously thinks should be called coconut, grows from 40 to 110 feet high and is sometlmes 2 feet in diameter. The trunk ia oxcecdlngly eiastic. inava seen treea 75 icet highbend in a hurricano till their topa touched the ground and then right themsclves unln jured, n moment after. The leaf, some timea over 20 feet long, has n mldrlb bor- aerea ny many long leauets, tho whole re sembling a mammoth feather. The nuts grow in bunchcs of 10 to 20, nro 12 to 18 mcttes long and 5 to 0 in diameter. SaD iranclsco Cbronicle. to Bew on M buitons. ln one ofllce at I least, whero six or eight nro employed, I RilW lllm- rriifliprMO rpnfn n n hnlf hnn And a glrl'paid hlm 10 cents of that omouni it no woum stitcn iwo iooso but tons on her jacket and make them flrm." umcinnati xriDune. James yhttcomb IMley's Firit Ilook. "Whht dld you do on tho Indianapolia Journair" "I was a'sort of freo lance could do onything I wanted to. Just about this time I began a serles of 'Benjamin P. Johnson' poema. They nll nppeared with editorial comment, as if they came from an oiu ttoosler farmor of Boone countv. They were so well received thnt I cather- ed them all. together in a little parchment volunie, which I cnlled 'Tho Old Swim mln Holo nnd 'Leven More Poems,' my nrsc uook. "I supposo you put forth that volume witb creat timidity?" "Well, I argued it couldn't brcak me, so 1 printed 1,000 copiea hired 'em done, or course, at mjr own expense." "Dld you sell 'em?" "Theysold themselvcs. I had tho 10 bushel box of 'em down in Tho Journal ofllce, nnd it bothered mo nearly to death to attend to tho mailingof them. Sowhen Bowen & Merrill agreed to tako the book Jff my hands Igladly consented, and thnt'B the way I began with them." McClure's Magazine. "Dlvldlng the Honorj." The story is told that not long slnce n certain man desired to obtain the posltion oi lamtor oi tbo poiico court for the dis- trict whlch comprises Salem, Peabody and ueveny. He started out with a petition lor nis appointment and solleited theig- nature of tho lawyera of hia distriet. At last he found one who remonstrated ogainst the circulatlon of a petition upon What seemed to hlm a trivlal matter, but wasBiienced by tbe deciaration that "Sa lem has the judge, Teabody has tho clerk, and it ia no more than fuir that Beverly suouia navo tbe janltor. Boston Herald. Slmplo Enougli. As a change from tho story of Colnmbus and tho egg, whlch may now very proper ly bo laid asido until 1992 draws near. an incident rclated by a ITrcnch man of scl- ence nnd voucbed for by hlm may bo told. Thia gentleman relates that ho waa at hla work before a glowing coal flro when some one tapped at the door, and n young girl belonging to n fnmlly who liv- ed in tbo iiat abovo him cnmo in. "Sir,"sho said, "would youkindlylend me a livo coal ortwo tostart our flre with? It'a gono out." "Certainly. my dear." said the savant. "But you havo brought nothing to carry lt ln. Take my Bbovel." "Oh, no, sir," answered the child. "I wlll carry the coals ln my hand." "In your hand? What do you mean? xou'll bo burned." "Oh, no, air. I'll show you how." The child dlpped up some ashes from tho grnte nnd placed them in thehollowed palm of her left hand. Then, with the tongs sbe laid two burning coala on the top of the littlo heap of asbea. Then sho bowed, Bmiled nnd went out, bearing her coals unbarmed. "Well, well" snld tho man ofsclence to himself. "Hero I'vo been studying nat ural phllosophy 40 years nnd nover hnd tbe wit to.dothatl" Youth'sCompanion. Tho Roturn of a Projcctlle. Tho question ia often asked, "Will nn objcct thrown into tho air elther from tho hand, a volcano, or oven when shot irom n ritlo or cannon return totheearth with tho same initlal veloclty with which it left?" Tho nnswer is, A projectile tbrown verticaiiy upward into tho nir will return with a velocity less than the ini tlal. Tho word less is omphasized because thia view of tho matter ls contrary to the one generally accepted. In tho nir the ao- celerating force which acts durlng the de- scent i3 not cqual to the retarding force durlng nscent. Tho retarding force ia the some for tho weicht of tho oroiectile and tbo ntmospberio rcsistnnce both acting ln tbe same dlrection. In the desccnt the acceleratlng forcoiathe difference of these two Binco tbey nct in opposito dlrcctlonn. In a vacuum it would bedifferent. In thnt case, tho welght of the projectile being tno oniy iorco acting, this force would gen- erate ln cacb root or tbe ball exactly tbo samo amount of velocity thnt it had lost ln ita pnssage upward. Thus tho flnal would flnd it with a speed oaunl to its in itlal velocity. bt. Ijouis Hepublic. Baslness Blethods Koccssary. Business methoda aro needed on tho farm. Not the three volumo ledger sort. berhapa, but something approaching a syBtem. The farmer must study tho needs of thomarket and the probable changes cre bis crop is barvested. He must know when he can afford to sell and when it is proper to hold. Ho cannot always tell, for hunian judgment is liablo to err, but he wlll llnd tbe lirst eilorts toward system bo satlsfactory that ho will not desire to change. Kansas City Timea. Those. Pimples Are tell-tale symptoms that pour blood is not right fultof impuriliea, cctusing a 8luggtsh and unsightly complexion. A few bottles of 8. 8. a. will remove allforcign and impure matter, cleanse the blood thoroughly, and give a dear and rosy complexion. It is most ejfect ual. and entirelu liarmless. Chas. Heaton, 73 Laurel Stteet, Fhlla., says: I inavenaa tor years a numor in myDiooa whlch made me dread to shave, as small boils or pimples would bo cut, thus causlng shavinir to beaereatannovance. After taldncrthree bottles my iace is au ciear ana smootn as L t . T.l V.- .! 1 J.., W sleep well and feel ltke runnlng a it should be appetlte splendid. foot race all f or the use of S. S. S. Treatise on blood and sldn diseases mailed free-1 Sflitiufio U0MAtlanU.ua. One Way of Gottlng a IJvintr. "Speaking nbout odd wava of makina n living," said a lawyer to me, "I can tell you a new one, nnd it Is followed by n man who says ho doea folrly well. Ho goea from ofllco to offlco all over the city and doca nothing but sow on buttona for men of all kinds, bachelora and boya and mnrried mon too. It's n nickel n button. and ho generally furnishes tho button, though ln most cases, ho says, tho men havo tbo buttona with them. As hoenters an ofllco hla uaual salutatlon ia, 'Buttons, buttona, any buttons oil?' nnd on elther coat, vest or trousera every man is nrettv anro to flnd a button off or nearly ready to como off. Tho genius carries hls pockets J luu oi buttona oi overy kind and class, and ho seldom fails to match. Hls waxed threads, needles and sclssors are ready at hand, and a man neod not miss flvo min- ntoa from his duties to bo nlcely repaired as far aa buttons aro concerned. Tha shrewd button sewer is not vcrv eommn- nlcative, but it's q bad day when hp falls People Who Weigli and Compare Know and eet the best. Cottolene. ,,the new vegetable shortening, has won a wiae ana wondertul popu larity. At its introduction it was submitted to expert chemists,promi nent physicians and famous cooks. All of these pronounced Cottolene a natural, healthful and acceptable food-product, better than lard for every cooking purpose. The success of Cottolene is now a matter of history. Will you share in the better food and better health for which it stands, by using it in your home? Avoid imitations countless worthless. Stick to COTTOLENE. Bold ln S and S poond palls, Made only by Tho N. K. Falrbank Company, CHICAGO, Stm BUie Strcct, Doftoat Fortlaad, Me. SHERIFPS SALE. ILLU8TRA.TED AMKEICAN PUHL ISniNai vs. TflE GREEN MOUNTAIN SUJ1MEU HOME UOSll'ANV. By vlrtun of an ezecntlon to me directed in fa vor of the lllustrated Amerlcan Publlslilne Com- Eany, a corporatlon organizcd. cxIetlDR and doln? uslness under and by vlrtue of tbe laws of the State ofWest VlrRlcia. and bttTlnR a place of buslnfss at New York in the county and Slato of New York, agalnst the Green Mountaln Suramer Home Company, a corporatlon organized, ezlst lng and dolnc budness undrr and b vlrtue of the laws cf the State of Vermont andhaving lts place of business at Bennington In the county of Ben nington, I wlll sell at publlc auctlon lo the high est birtder. at tbe Hotel of George W Knapp in Woodford in said county of Bennington, on the Firstday of May, 1894, at lOo'clockin the fore noon, the following described property or so much thereof as snall be necessary to satlafy said ezecutlon with the legal costi thereon, to wit: A certain pleco or parcel of land lylng and bo ing in Woodford In the county of Bennington and Htate of Vermont and described as follows: Belng lots No 6T and 68 In the flrst dlvislnn of tots ln the town ofWoodiord; lotNo. 58 belng bonnded as follows: Beglnnlng at a spiked sprnce tree standlng eight or ninc rods west of a small brooc belng the southwest corner of said lot, Gfty-elghl, from which Bpruce tree another largc spruce tree stands about twcntyfeet west and a small beech tree eight feet north; Ihence north 13 degrees 30 mlnutes east 136 rods 19 IIdVb to a blrcb tree with spiked in lt from which a blrch tree stands about fiftaen feet south-west an a crooked birc'i tree about 20 feet north west; thonce south 77 de grees 30 mlnutes east 208 rods 14 links crossing Little I'ond, a little north of the centre thereof to a small beech tree m lth stoncs around it from whlch a large blrch tree stands 28 feet soutb wet; thence south 13 degrees 30 mlnutes west 130 rods and 14 links to a maple stake with stonea around it from whlch a large birch tree stands 20 feet sonth-east and two blrch trecs stand 31 feet north-west; thence north 77 degrees 30 mlnutes, west 208 rods 14 links to the place of beginnlng. Lot No. 67 ls described as follows: Beginilng at a spiked blrcb tree above mentloned and being the south-west corner thereof; thence north 13. degrees 30 minutes east 142 rods to a forked blrch tree, standlng in the Glastenbury south line, one fork of whlch Is dead, and from a large spruce tree ln the Glastenbury line about 12 feet west; thence east on the Glastenbury line 208 rods 14 links to a stake and stones from wblch a large spruce stub stands about 3 rods west and a large forked birch about4 rods south east; thenco south 13 degrees 30 mlnutes west 138 rods 15 Ilnks to the small birch tre above mentioned; thence north 76 de grees 80 mlnutes, west 203 rods 14 links. to tho place of beslnning. both of whlch lots containing 31)1 acres and three square rods be the same more or less. The above beine subject to certain tcs errationscontainedin adeed from WilliamParlc to the said Green Mountaln Summer Home Com pany. Fora further and more particular de scriptionofsaidlandsreferenceis here made to the land records of the town of Woodford. Dated at Bennington ln the county of GeLnlng- tOn and 8tatA of Vnrmnnf. thia dth Hnv An3t 1894. ' 'M"" JSAo J? QODFIlEY.Deputy Sheriff. CHAH. H. DARLING, Attorney for Plalntiff. yiSTATE OF NOBMAN F. OVIATT, Uec'd. Wlll presenled. 8TATE OF VERMONT, I urstrlct ot Bennington, J In Probate Court, held at the Probate ofllce la Bennington witbin anrt for said Distriet, on the 14th day of April, A. D. 1894. Present, John V. Carney, Judge. A n lnttpiiTnnr ntlpni..lln n 1... llt ...v-.. , jjv.. .... iw uo mo ii.3b nuiuuu in said distriet. dec'd. being presented by Phebe n cictuuii lurrfin namea, lor probate. lt is ordered by said Court that all per sens concerned thereln be notlflcd to appear at a in Bennington, in said distriet, on the 8th day of May, A. D. 1894, at 10 o'clock in the forenoone and show cause, if any they have, agalnsttho further ordered that this order be pubifhed three " i"fl oureBBiTciy iu ue iienniugion jianner, a previons to said tlme of hearing. 14 Attett, JOHN V. CARNJSY. Judge. E STATE OP ERNEST S. SMITH, Dcceased. Nottce of Settlement and Appllcation for Distri- 8TATEOF VERMONT, 1 ' mstrict oi bennington, ) " at a D q( A M rt tha IWIuln 1 1..IJ ' - Probate ofllce in Bennington, in said distriet. oa Mio awiji ua ui jxyiiif M,t lOVi, PreneDt. John V. Carapy, Judce. ErneetS. 8m!Ui.lateof Bennington, In said Dist. deceased, presents hls admlnlstratlon account for tron for a decree of dtrl ntion and partltion of ta account and said appllcation be referred to a aroresaid. on the Cth day of May, A. D., iui uruwiiK uu ufcistun intreon: and it ia fllWhap Artiuml lln 4l,....f 1 . . nll nnrMnO lntaraaa K.t t..1,1....I fl three weeks Buccesslrely in the Bennington Bax TlnilR A tftld tlm nrmsitnta1 fA. h,..i.. - they may appear at eald time and place, and COUnt nhonld not be allowed. and anch decree UIOUD, A Record wbereof ia ordered to be made, A true record, Attest, JOIIN V. CAKNEY, Judge. A trae copy of ihe oriidnal record. 21 AtteMJOIlN V. CARNEY, Judge. JJSTATE OF HANNAH HARIUNGTON. Notlceof Settlement nnd Appllcation for Dlstri- UUUOQ, STATE OF VERMONT, jjiBi. ui ienmngion, 83. j In Prnhfttn fninf. hnirt ot Ttanni.H 5nd for said distriet, on the 18th day of April, Present. John V. Carnev. Jiirte-. ClatlT&n P Xf nnrirnmsin. a-vam4a pf Hannah Hanlnfrtoo, late of tihaftsbury, In said distriet, deceased, presenU, hls admlnlstratlon account for exami natlon and allowance, and make appllcation for a decree of dlstrlbution and partltion of thees tate of said deceased. Whereupon lt ls ordered by said Court, that said account and said appllcation be referred t I. " w , v vw uvm at a,uo A 1UUW UtUW fS.teiaWt oni 7th day of My A D v"i,vl uo"uk uu uec'Bion uiereon; ana.it is all partles Intereited, by publlcatlon of the same threo weeks successlTely in the Bennington Bi- u, ucnBuucr uuuuBaea uenningion.pre- I MWV 4U4 uvwiug, uit p pear at said time and place, and show cause if AfiV thfV nnr hovn tcVv oniA nLAij be allowed. nnd such decree made. a recora wnereoj is oraered to be made. A True Record, Attest, .TrTTM TT fliDWPV T..J A True Copy of the Orlginal Record. ALIML ilUllN V.I1A iNKY .ItlrliM . . ...... .,M.WMV ;if your Halr conies out uso ALOPETHIAN FLUID. If you have Dandruif and Itchlng of tho Scalp use- ALOPETHIAN FLUID. If your Halr ls dry or spllts at the ends use ALOPETHIAN FLUID. ir your halr Is laded restore'lt with ALOPETHIAN FLUID Apurely Vegetable Halr Dressing and Heitorer. Prepared and sold by J. T. SHURTIEFF,Phannacistr BENNINGTON. VT.