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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 26 February 1892

THE . BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, FEBRUAKY 26, 1892. West Arlington. ll,,,t 1.trf ir.dvn frinniln nnrl neipll liors o Mr. and Mrs. John Wilcox, piyo tliom a surpnso on Esaturciay htc, rou. 13, whero a plcasant tima vfas onjoycd by all pre6ent. UIrs T.It.zIr McClnrtv of Salam. V. Y.. rcccntlv visitcd hor sistcr Mrs. Jay Sherman. weok occurod this (Wctl.) eve., at Elmcr iirownsons. Mrs. lt G. MoKeo spcnt sovcral tlays last wcck wun tno laranj ui ui wi Sherman in West Rupert. Tlio startlinc iiitollipcneo of tho deatli ,.r r. n m iTofil n a m-eat sliock to tho entiro cniiimunity; born and reared liero sno liaa many warm inuuu tho largo cirelo of rclotions. Her sunny ,i;.nnDu:nii mwl i-ilonafinf. mannprs made IIIOJH'l m. j. her ahvays a wclcomo Riiest at our soclal Kuthcrinns- Many frnni this vicinity at tendcd her ftinera'l which occured at her lato homo 011 Saturclay of last wecK Tho family havo tho sympathy of all ii tlieir deen allliction. A nwinir flmun frnm Mlis Ttllinfl wllO at- tc...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 26 February 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1892. LENOi U OF LIPiC, llore Old People lu Ungland Than ln Other Sectloni. The avcraijo lifo of all tlio babies that coino into tlie wurld is only abont 38 years; very fow Hvo to bo over 00, and nut muro than 1 out of 2,000 sccs lils liundredth birthday. Is tliis duo to or igiinil dilTerenccs in tlio babics thcm sclves, or in tlio way tlioy aro brotn;lit up, in tho placo in which tlioy live, in tliu air tlioy broatlio, and in their modo l rtv. tliCj bscorr.s fall gro-R ? To auswer thcse (juestion ono of tho flrst tlnugs wo want to know is whothcr pcoplo dio cqnally fast ovorywhere, and if n ot, wlicru it is tliat they dio sooncst or live lonpst. Tliu answer to tliis is that pcoplo dio much moro rapidly iu somu coiuitrii's than in othors; for in stanuo, tlioy dio twico as fast in Ilungary as tlioy do in Swoden. In tho year 18S9 ont of overy 1,000 persons livinR in tho fullowing-namod cuuntrics, thoro died in Eiigland, 18; in Norway, 17; in...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 26 February 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1892. SlIiVEU BLANU tflFGIN" TO SfOUT A KNOTTED CLCB POB Ol'FOSITION. Webb, Washington corrcspnndent of the Boston Journal, writes, uncler dato of Februrtry 21st, that Clirtirman Blanti is becomlnj suspioious of liia party. He says: "They cannot paillock a man's mouth, or stop brinp;ing up tlio qnestion, aml I don't thiuk ilioy will atteinpt to kill the silvcr bill with tlio tariff. I liavo hoard a grcat many rumovs to that offect and, if wo ilnd ont that that is tho Kame, wo liavo a way to mcut it, and tho Silver bill will bo offereil as an amendment to ovcry bill which comos up. We do not intend that a minoiity shall nin over a majority in that. way, and wo havo a ma jority in favor of tho Silver bill. Tho Silvcr bill will not bo kept down by any tactics of that kind. Silver will bo kept forwaid constantly, and by atteuiptinp; to kcep it down they wonld mako it tho biggest issue of all. I shall not obstrct tho tariff bills, but wo must k...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 26 February 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, FEJBftUAM 26, 1892. THE TOOR MUST PAY. Tho loss of thirty million dollars a year is not ono that cau bo casily sup plied, even by tho chccse-parinf; taotics of tho distliiKuislicd Ilolman. That, howover, is just what would happon to tlie rovenuo reccipts of this country if tho Democratio tariil tmkers could havo their way. Eviduutly tho party lcaders realizt tliat. snmpthing must bo providcd in compcnsation for this, und io thoy liavo takcn up with an incomo tax. Now tho opcrations of an incomo tax aro not imiviiO . u to tiiu pcoplw of wi 1 3 country It wiw ono of tho motliods rosortcd to during tho Civil War. In actual opcr atiou tlio systcin provcd a failuro. Its immcdiato rosult was to shifc tho burdcn frora the sliouldois of tlio ricli to thoe of men in modurato circumstances. Tho samo thing has bccn apparont in Prus sia. whcro tho systom has been in opcr ation for quito forty years. Moro favor ablo conditions for tho trial of sucli a systom could ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 March 1892

ttmm mmtt 4 VOL. ' LTI. BENNINGTON, VT., PRIDAY, MAECH 4, 1892. NUMBER 7. BICYCLES ! New Pafterns For 1892. Wc Iiavc In stock Blcyclcs at SlalN $135, $100, $90, $80, $75,2 f $00, $10 aud s:H) : 12 dlllcr- entstylcs, 2 for Indlcs, In- cludlng thc Columbia Sarc-1 tics, 1ST2 patterns. Wc ln- " tend to dcvotc Cunnon Placc" Hall rormcrly tlic Troy Bi cyclc club room to thc dis llay and salc r blcjclcs. flic Iiall 1s rcacli. d byan Otls clcvator, and nlfords modcratc snaccfor ridlng or trial. Wc sliall aho vcry largcly lncrcase tlic scopc ofour stock or Atlilclfc goods, cspccl'illy in Basc-ball, Foot Jjall and Tonnls tlic coming season, and invite thc j'xam Inntton ol" onr t'tock and prlccs by all buycrs for clnb r prlvate usc. HIMS & KNIGHr Uaiinon Placc, Troy, N.Y. Busincss Divcctor). C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adanis' mock. Bennington. Vt. ' O. H. AjCTORNEY atlaw. OiHce ovcr First National bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, DR MAHY PARTR1DGE. o FFICEAT RESIDENCK, S1UJ No.412 Jlutn bt.. ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 March 1892

THE. BENNINGTON BANNEK, ERIDAY, MAKCH 4, 1892. REPVBLIO OF CHILE. TUE MOST WAKLIKW NATION SOUTH AMKKIOA. ' OF A Narrow But Kxtrvme Territory The Country'n l'rosresalvenees A Nplendld 'Cllinilip Kuurraotii Natural Wealth From an avticlo on , Chilo in tlio Now York Sun ye takd tho followinjr: Pcr- liaiis it will bo nows to most Amoricans that Cliilo'is in somo resnocts tlio eroat cst natioii in South Amcrica. Tliat sho is tlio most Do'wcrful. will ntand undis put.cd. That sho is uni vorsally foavod by hbr noisrlibors. is : fact. Tliat bIio is Iiatcd, follows naturally. Cliile is strong nccressivo anti warliko. ono is to aoutli Amurica in many ways wliat Hussia is to Europe. No southcrn nation will risk a quarrel witli lior, aml her iiciKlibors eyo nor asKancc, (touuuus iiut iuiimuons. Porliaps it inav bo nows to most Amcri cans tiiat Chilo is a country. Sho is nmall on tho map, becauso hor sistors aro cnormously larRcr, but licr territory is cxtcnsivo. Sho is largor than any country i...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRLDAY, MARCH 4, 1892. DISArPOINTKU. Iuiedto lay " Ilfllo!" to htr along the tele phone; . j i . "Hello!" ahe used to answer luasoftand flute- llke tone. ... I thoupht fhe must bc rarely fair and for a mett lf.irphnned One nielil to offer lter rojself and ask her for her hand To the appolntraent ahe agreed, and 1, ith hope aglow. Ilesolved that when I roetlierl would greet her with Hellor Our common salutatlor , and employ th elr-same to le I used whcne'er I call to beralong thetcle phonp. Wc met anu l at once lorcot. 1110 part, l uau re liearsea, Tor when I aaw htr face I felt the syllables re-versed. VBKaiONT'S INDUSTKIAL I'ltOGIKKsS DUKING TIIK YHAll 1801. For tho year 1S01 Vermont claims a full sharo of tho iirospority aiid prosrcss whicli has como to our wliolo country. Probably 110 yoar of her history, in rc cent times, has shown so great progress in way of buildiii' up new enterprises and oxtcnding tho opcratinns of thoso already cstablished. Tho Board ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1802. Mns. Calvin V. Etawb la quito ill wtth la Gnppe. Dr. H. C. Day has bcen in Groeuflold, llass., this week. Mns. David Bowen lias been quite sick with la Unppe. Sevekal car load8 of machincry havo anived for the Lashcr mill. Mrs. A. A. Nouton 1ms bccu quito ill for a week. Sho is bottcr now. Mb. and Mrs. F. L. Bowe gave a card party Tuesday cveinng last. Ciias. G. Puillipb has purchasod tlie Poter Story dwclling on Depot strcet. Tiib next mecting of tlio Fortniehtly Club lias bcen postponca unui aaturuay, llarch 10tb. Tho subject at that tirau will bo "Florcntmo Art." Aif intcresting articlo on Chilo and its rosources, in anotlier placc, Rupplemonts a long letter wo publishcd a fow wceks aJnce on tliat South. Amcrican ltepuonc, Read it. II. A. Taylok. acent for tlio Ilor tnanco stovo nino dainner.is haringgood succcss with tliis iiniquo fucl savor. It e jnst tho thiug to reduco ooal and...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER,, FKfDAY, . MARCH 4, 1892. TOWV OFPICKRS KLEtTIKD. Arlington. Mondcrator, J. K. llatchelder; Clork. G. U. IloUlen; Trean urer, E. C. Mcrcdith; SuperinK-ndent. K. C. Searing; Sclectmen. D. Crofut, R. Andrewnnd Jamrs F Williams; Con stable, II. S. Willson; Overacer, M. Goewoy; Listcrs, ,T. Shacknhcr, G. 51. llrownson, John Conrny; Agent, 0. M. Harbor. Tax voted, 75 cents. Dorset. Mnderator, W. II. Bebce; (ilerk, Georco M. Viall; Treasnrer, Gco. II. Viall; Supcrintcndent, E. 31. Torrey; Selectmen, E. 31. Torroy. Patrick Mc Dovitt and A. 1$. Hobcrts: Constablrs, A. J. Lnvulanrt sind NathaiiKil McW.iyno; Ovcrseers, tbo ieIectim'n;Listers, W. II. Uobcc, Ucoigo 31. Viall and Natbaniel MoWayno; Agunt, A. L. Bowen. Tax votcd 100 ccnts. Landorovk. 3Ioderator, Willlam li. Tuttlo; Clcrk, V. W. Wiloy; Trcasurer, . W. Wilov; Sclertmcn. V. II. Land fcar, O. Y. Holdcnnnd L.F. Woodward; Constablu, C. C. Cook; Overseer, W. W. Wiley; Listers, W. V. Abbott, II. X. l'uller and A. D...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, MARCH 4, 1892. FOH YELLOW GOED. When tlio staco "went light," thoy ran out the sinall buckboard; but when tliero wore tuore than four passengers, tho biR tmur-wagon was "put on." This was a ouokboaiu day, for thero was not a sinulo passengor. Wliat was muro to tho puint, as tlio Gold Butto Mining Company regarded it, was tliat uudur tlio driver's soat was a box with $10,000 iu thu nowest o tetis and twcnties in it. Tho drivor had looked very bluu when lio druvu his four raustangs from tlio icathcr bair. wluch snoko loudly of tho incapacity or disinclination of thoThim-- uio opriur peopio lur lencr-nriuug over to tho railroad station, whero lio was to tako on tho box. ThiiiLfs wero coinir all wroiiR at liotne. That was why his brown faco looked so haggird; that was why ho hold so loosely to tho linos; that was why ho chewcd so hard on tlio bit of plugiti his mouth. "Suoh hard scratchin' I novor soed ufore," was what ho had said as ho had listlessly tlir...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANKER, FKIDAY, MARCH 4, 1892.' COIWESrO.XDENCE. Our .tliniiesnta Letter. ' V MlNJiB.U'OLls, Feb. 20th, 1892. JSft'Aor 07' Hnvier, Deaii Siic Wintor hcems to liuvo given over most of its claim to tlio supreniacy of control leav iiig me with :il)out tlie samu tlioughts tliut po.sscssed me a year ngo, viz. : tlio ilimiesota wititor is nut tlio severcly frtRid afiairtlmt I iiseil to think it. To lio sure our tlicTnionieter wont ilown to -40 ilourees anct tlio water pipos will pcr sist in frceziusr occaisionally, but my opininn of tliis laiitiulo used to bo tliat Mich would bo tlie every (lay avtrago of things for tlio wititor. Tlio truth is, liowovcr, tliat wlien tlio tompcraturo is vcry low tlio atnnisplioro is so dry tliat ono doos not notico itif tliey aro woll protootcd. Iu tlio south, tlio winter l)oii)j tlio rainy benson, is unplcasantly cotd, witli ttio tempeiaturo many dcgrecs abovo za-iv. Indood 1 never know ray tlicrmoiiieter to jret witliin 10 dt'Kieesof zcro ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FHIDAY, MARCH 4, 1892. GO RUES P OlfDENCE. Tnmiuauy Junlor. Tho good peoplo o( Shaftsbury wero treatedto an agreeable surprise oh Tues lav last. Tho onerous and really bur dchsomo oOiees iu tho gift of tho peoplo, .such as selectmcn, road commlssioners, collector anditors, and the like, wero yery geuerously accuptad by our kind hcartcd friends of the iucorpurato vil lago of South Sliaf tsbury, whilo tho less respnnsiblo ones, poimd keeper, fenoo viewers. etc, wero kindly dispensed north, east and west. "Slch is lifo." "For ho played upon a harp of thousand strings, spirits of just raen mado per fect." Really this wonderful Incorpor Ue Villago of South Shaftsbury (with au area of nino squaro miles), is vieing wlth Tammany and its macbinu corps. Truly, Tammany and South Shaftsbury havo bccomc synonyraous tcrms, and a David B. is coming up with an eagle oyo to tho interests of David 11., boodloand David B. Ycs, fellow-townsmcn, as much as vce may regrotit, "Darae...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 March 1892

tratift mmtt vol. m. BENNINGTON, VT., FBIDAY, MAECH 11,. 1892. NUMBER 8. eiCYCLES ! New Pafterns For 1892. We liave ln stock Blcjcles at $150, $135, $100, S90, $80, $75, SGO, $10 aiitl $30 ; 12 dlffer entstyles, 2 for ladles, ln 5ludlng thc Columbla Safc tles, 1892 patterns. We In 1cnd to dcvotc Cannon Placc Jlall formerly tlie Troy Bi rycle clnb room to tlie dls play and sale of blcyclcs. Tlie Iiall Is rcaclu'd byan Otls clcvator, and affords modcratc spacc for riding or trlal. We sliall also Ycry largcly lncrcase lhe scope of our stock of Atliletlc goods, espcclally In Base-ball, Foot ball and Tcnnls thc coming season, and invlte thc pxam lnallon of onr Ftock and jrlces by all buycrs for club or prlvate use. NIMS & KNIGHT, Cannon Placc, Troy, M. Y. Business Elircctori). C. H. MASON. TTOKNEY AT LAW. L Adaras' Dlock. Bennington. Vt. 81 C. H. DAliLHSU. AXTORNEY ATLAW. OOlce ovcr First Natlonal bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. o .FFICEAT RESIDENCK, COAL! COAL1 COALi ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 March 1892

THE BEKNINGTOJSI BAKNER, FKIDAY, MARCH 11, 1892-. TIio Troy Conferenco Acaln, In tho Troy Press of wcek beforo last, uuder tho titlo of "In tho North tliis ycar," appeared an articlo wliicli was copieil into tho Baxner. Tho Rov. C. Edwards fays that tho aforosaid articlo aml its spcculations lias lcd him to think a little, aml, to uso his words, has result cd in mv stmlying tho minntos of tho Confcrciino for tho quadrennium. Tho articlo rcferrcd to would scom to raako liuito a uuiversal lengthonlng of tho tnrin nf snrvice of tllO pastors 'of tho i'roy Conferonco. It had boon my opin- ion tuat tne exiension 01 tnu mnu uuui. had rosulted in an increaso of romovals at tho cnd of ono and two ycars. Undor our systcm, removals at tlio end of tho hrst year aro not very comraon, cs pcoially among mombors of tho Con forenco. At tho end of tho second ycar tho preachor may deslro a chanco for somo rcason, or tho pcople may think a chango would bo congcnial, and under tho thrco voars' limit tho...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, ERIDAY, MAKCH 11, 1892. aiY WEDDING, I liad loved Donald Ross ovor sinco I could remcmbor, and Donald liad boen my friend whcn no ono olso had a kind word or look for me. I was an orphan, lof t to tlio caro of an unclo aud aunt remarkable for tbat kind of propriety that wins our admiration, and awakens our hearty deairo to get away from it I had a small fortuno of $25,000; tbat is, I was to bavo it, if I ro inaincd unmarricd until I was tliirty fivo. or if I married proviously with my unclo's approval. Now unclo did not approvo of Donald. In fact, unclo novcr approvcd of anvone tbatllikcd. But with Hiram Elkins disapproval was out of tlio qucstion. Ili ram was tbo grcat mau and tho good man of our small town. To havo in sinuatcd that bo was not wortby of a saint, a bcauty, and an bciress unitcd, would havo bcon a hcrcsy scriously affccting my unclo's social and commcr cial standiug. Ilis oilor was thoroforo accepted, and tbo noxt Sunday wo walk cd to cburch to...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 March 1892

THE BEN1OTGT0N BAEKER, FEIDAY, MAECH 11, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, MARCII 11, 1802. Mit.lkr & Williams havo a word in another column to-day that is of intor ost to you, reaocr. TT T ITiTnv nf Wnat Arlington. bo liovcs in printer's ink; See what ho says in another piaco. Oun pooplo should romembor Boston Ideal club's ontortainmont tlio to- niriit. tbe Vast of tho Y. M. 0. A. course Tirtp villncrn nnilifrs nrfi busv with their annual dutios, but tho report will 1 1 ,lA..n ... tima f nt milil irflt nn tlllQ week. . Trtti? P Pt Atnfw lin nlitalnnd n, trood situation in Now Tork city and has gone tnero to uegin 10 woric. jna wuu romain hero for tlio prescnt. wiil iv Hftvflmnl-." firnman'fl hftrlfTrt nf Etho w i- v ... w r - " Troy Departmcnt, No. 1007, was found in our villago this week, and tho owner can uavo n oy caiiinjj wns uiuuu, Mns. Joiix V. Cabney, ill for threo f!fli 7t 7rini,o nnfl nnnitmnnin.. is CUiWO tiibu v i j' 1 - - a little moro corafortablo, and w...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1892. Bennington Centre. Wo codv from tho Oberltn. OMo.JVeios, tho followinff obituary notico of oue of the Bennington boys who has been a crcdit to himself and hls nativo placo. Ile was tho son of Richard and IJctsey Carpenter, woll remombered by our older rcaaers: DIED-On Friday. February 2th, 1892. nt hls residence. Ho. 10 west uoiiege street, uenry i. Carpenter, agea oa years, inoruna, 12 oajs. Iu tho death of Mr. Carpenter, Obor Hn Iospr a nromiuont and hiclily es- tccmed citizen. who lias becn identified with the business affairs of the town for tho past thirty years. Ho was born m Bennington, Vermont, September 14th, 1823. At 18 vears of aco ho went to Al bany to clerk in a dry goodsstoro; after- warci 110 learneu uio u;irri.i;;u maKiu business and carried on a largo cstablish mont in Uridfreport, Conn., and later spent sevcral years in iroy, ii. 1., ana New Ilaven. Conn. Aftcr comim; to Oberlin, Mr. Carpenter and his brother Jolm D., ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 March 1892

THE. BENMNGTON BANNEE, ERIDAY, MAROH 11, 1892. COMIESPONDENCE. Onr Qnebeo Letter. Hivkr Davii7, P. Q 2Iarcli3d, 1S92. To the EiUtor of the Banner: Dear Sir: Now that tlio ond is noar the po litical situation is waxing liot, and elcc tionceringasscmblics aro tlieorder of tho lay, I iraagino your humblo correspond cnt at one of tliese meoMuRS wrapped in f urs and scated in a sleigli, listeninj; to tho argumonts, pro and co, of tho opposing partios. In tliese parishcs thoro is no public hall larRo cnough to Lold the crowds, so thoy hold forth lu tho open air. Tlicy do not uso tho gamo methods in conductinR a political cam Daign as in thoUnitcd Statcs. rolitical opnonents raeot at tho samo time. and placc, and speak altomately. In tho course of arRuments thoy occasionally call cach othor namcs nioro oxprcssivo than elegont, with now andthon a sacrc to emnhasizo it. On tho whole, con sidorihg tho liberty of specoh altowed, thoy aro conducted muoli moro good na turally than ono would supp...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 March 1892

nf)npf) STATENEWS. Tho Randolph lirtuor agoncy mado a proflt of $1,407.72 in tho last ycar. CoiiKressman Powcrs is opposed to keopinR tho world's fair openSundays. An unusual number of liorsos aro bc iiifj imported into tho Stato from Can ada. - - , s Tho Stato board of health is takirrg stcps to prevont tho sprcad ofcontagious diseascs. Randolph has 040 votcrs, but only 040 votos wero east at town meotinR this ycar. Two typowriting machincshavo been put in tho public schools oi .Bollbw's Falls. ' ' ' V j. ' Bountics woro paiti by tho Statp last voar and tho currenf year on'01 bears, 16 lynxes and over200 foxes. Wilmington is a bannor maple sugar town, but in tho wholo town only nino bounty licenscs havo been issuod. A Tunbridge correspondent vrites: This town docs not havo a liquor agonoy and thcro has been but ltttfo la Gtippe lioro this winter. Frank Mooro of Wells River is somo thing of a somnambulist. Quito rccently ho got up in tho night ononcd tho window aud jumpcd 32 feot, l...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1892. Sulphur Cure for Scarlet Ferer and Dlph therla. A correspondent, writing from Swan ton, alludes to tho pcarlet fever in this town, and sonda us somo notcs from "Houtjlitaling's ilandbook," wh!ch tho Tiinforl ronnnt.lv. Tler romarks aa to UllUtCU iMWJj. onion poultices will apply to croup and maur oiner aiscascs. ru.j o scarlet fovcr. by the eminont London. i ii T- iTnnra- 'Pirrnnn will bo read with interost, and possibly prolit "bM K'V"""! i jiTi ' r UV LliVjnU UftllUg w " so baviug to deal wun uus uruuu cd uiseaso. 1110 iumiuuu u""- which has attcndtd my treatment of 8carlot fever by sulphur, induces mo to letmy nicdical brothren know of my plan, so tbat thoy may be ablp to apply the same lomeay without delay. AU cases in which I used it wero rcry well markcd, and the opidermis on the arms in each case camo away like tho skin of asnako. Tho following was tho exact treatment f ollowed in each : Thorourhiy anoint the patient twice daily ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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