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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 31 March 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDA, MARCH 31, 1893. 5 ST. FRANCIS PE S.VLKS. niou HAS8, 9 30JL. M. Sermon by Itov, A. J. Barron, Kyrle tilorlo Yflizka Wluka Schmldt Credo Kogir offertory Smclu Agnus Pei O SalutarU Ilymn A. Wtrner Stoectln ralse ye the Lord SPECIAL VILLAGE MEETING. Wcdnesday afternoon a largo numbor ol yotcrs gathcred in Frco Library Ilall, in response to tlio call for a special vil lago meotinR, tho pnrport o wbich was to seo if tbe notion of March Otb, inst., relatinf to sowers, should be rescinded. Presidont Cushman nresidcd aud tbo clerk, Jobn H. Kelso, read tbo call. It, was voted to lay tlio lirst two arucics 01 tbe warnlng on tho tablo. Theso relatcd to tbo adoption of tbo reportof tbe Cora mittco on Sowers. March Otb. On Article 3d, a ballot was demanded and bad, tbe voto standlnB"ycs" 174,and "No" 120, on tbo motion to adopt said articlo wblcb reads as follows: 3d. To see Ittbe Tillage wlll vote to resclnd the vote of said corporation taVen March 6th, 1F93, at the...

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. — 31 March 1893

6' THE BENNINGTON BANNER" FJRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1893. SALLY. "Lvddjl" "Vhat, dear?" Sally did not reply immediatoly. Iler Httlo black ejes snapjjed as sho plled lior needlo Trith charactoristio energy.Lyddy lchow her reservoir of communicatlon not quito ready to bnrat) thatit iras waifing for a little nioro force, which sbo determined to nverfc if possible. Sally snapped off lier thread, looked out f the nindoir rcith a threateniug ex pression, then said mildly, "I tblnk tlio snow Is slackin' up." Lyddy sighed, but mado no reply. Snlly stole a glanco :it lier sistor, and tbe 16tb In her heart somowhat softened tbe fdco. But llnally sho throw &own tho TCst alie -was stitchinff.for slie and Lyddy Oflrned many dollars in that way, jutnped up spitefully, routed Uie cat from its oemfortable bed on tho rufj, darted for the briuli and gavo the stovo a tigorous aiustinjr. Lyddy was skilled in prognosticatinR the utorrns in Sally's mcntal atmosphcro and quietly waited to lcarn whethor it wa...

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. — 31 March 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, MABCH 31, 1893. A GREATSUCCESS. You will fln 1 .nothing but suc cess at my store froiu beginning to end. If you want to see what suc cess looks like, pay a visit to my store and you'll see a full length, lifo-size portraifc of that individn.l Mr. Success is a handsomo old fel low and a very pleasant compan ion. You will like him, as Iio al ways doe3 what is right. Ile is here yet, in fact I have taken him into partnership, and offering special sales in Fur Overcoats, such qualities never before offered in tliTs vicinity, at such remarkably low prices. Call and secure a bargain before too latc. G. B. SIELEY'S, FREE LIBRARY BUILDING, 501 Main St., Bennington, VL One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure Nor wegian Cod Livcr Oil and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda has had such a large sale is because it is "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is that its curative properties are unequalled. It cures the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, pro...

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. — 31 March 1893

tHE BENNINGTON BANNER EElDA, MARCH 31, 1893. 8 A SUNNY NATURE. I.OVKI.Y -WOIIAN'8 11EST AND QIlKATKftT CUAItM W1IAT . A HltlOIIT AND AT TltACTIVE VOMAX 1IA8 TO 8AY TO IIEIt 8I8TKHS -HOVf A HAI'PY AND JOYOU8 NATUIIE OAX I)K ACtlUIIlKD. Women mako tlio sunsliino of lifo. Did you "bvcr watch the llowers turn -with iiresistiblo persistcnco toward tlic minliglit? So does tlio bright, joyous, sunuy naturo of a.woman irresistibly at tract all to hor light-heartod, morry, and bouyant spirits. Sucba naturo makes Rlad tlio hoart; it makcs liappy tlie timo. For a man, all tlio anxiety of business, tho weiplit of caro, tlio ploora and do pression of spirits aro dispersed asclouds by tlio sua beforo tlie bright smilo of a joyous, happy wife. And it follows 110 less surely tliat a cross womau, ono novor ploascd, always fault-finding, discontented andunbappy, will ropol all wlio approaoh hor, and mako thoso wlio sliould lovo hor shrlnk from her sooloty. Now, tlio ilrst rcquisito of a good na turo ...

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. — 7 April 1893

YOL LIH. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1893. NUMBBR 12. THE BROWNIES. Again nt Cole's we mako a call, We still are working for j'ou all, And if yoii'll only look around You'll bco how fast we'ro gaining ground. ii. AtCoLu's they'ro jolly night and day, And do tlieir work as tliough'tweroplay, Their patrous. too, a jolly throng, AU bound to liolp our echeroo along. Whilo those in bonds to TitusT.tho knave, With faces lonc and looks so grave, Work through tlio day in sorry pligbt, And post their books lato in tho night IV. But let us turn to baprier themcs, And toll you more about onr schcmes, About ho power of oisu in hand, Tbat's bciug fclt in all tho land. Oasii, to tbo front inventioas bring, That works roforni in everything, And brings tbu mind of toiline man, In bannony with nature's plan. VI. Spot casii brings joy to cvory broast, No gloom, no doubt disturbs tbo roat Bennington Banner. PDJlLIeUED EVEUV 1'IUDAT ArTEIMOOH. Terms of SnBaoBirTion: One ycr. inadvance tl 60 I Sln...

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. — 7 April 1893

JDHE BENNINGTON BAOTER, FRllJAY, APRIL 7, 1893. YldNITY AND LOCAL ITEMS. Mns. E. B. Giuswold visitcd friends in Troy last weok. The seloctmen annouuco that for the prcsont tho boartl will meet evory Satur day. The now rooras for tho town clork and Feloctmon's offlpo will not bo rcady for occnpanoy bcforo May lat. Bostox lays claim to tho oldcst postal clerk in the scrvlcc. His namiris Clinrlcs Binsham, a native of Vermont, a brother of Got. 1y H. II. liingham. The town clock is in runniuff order again, and wo aro told tliat Charlcs H. Bico will caro forit and kccp itregulated. Ile will do this well and wo aro glad lio lias tho job. In our commonts last week relating to tho oldest lawyers, wo transposed tho ae;es of tho Ilon. Georgo W. Harman and "Hon. Daniel Hobcrts, otherwise tho itcm was corrcct. A wom an in Now Hampshiro, says tho St, Johnsbury Bepubllcan, is a streot, railway jiiajjnate, a good housokeoper and cook, a fino shot with a revolvor, a first-class swimmer, nn excellen...

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. — 7 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAT, APBIL 7, 1893. 3 A IIUZE VALENTINE. Tho prizo oiTcred hy Currout Litora turo for the best valentmo was awardcd to Claudo Fayotto liragdon, for tlio fol lowing: Rudyard Klpllng, glfted strlpllog, "tls for you thac I lncline, "Tboughof might that you have wrltten I have neverread aline; And the papers. iny thought.sharpers, givo you thunder, I oplna; I've a glrl a pearl, au augel and this paragon of mlne Is a liter ary f alry , and she thinks that you're just fine, And she says that I'm just like yoa; doubtlnsa rou can now divine choose you. thus to use you, for my flrst priza valcntine." WOMAN SUFFI5AGE IN KANSAS. Tho Stato of Kansas secras to bo tlie political liot lumso of tlio Natiou, re marks tho Burlington Frco Press. All sorts of now idcas in relation to tho principles and fuiiotion of govornment navo a lnushroora growth within its borders, and tho vcry atmospliere of tho .Stato itsolf appcars to bo lmprecnatod with a spiritof political unrcst and...

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. — 7 April 1893

BENNINGTON BANNEK. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 1893. Slnsle t)ople ol the Uauner, In ITrappera for IMalllnK ir Dealred TESltKR Vtntn. CliUHIIINO KATKS. BANNER AND WEEKLYTRIBUNE, $1.60. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL. $2 CO. BANNER AND DAILT JOURNaL, $8 30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, $3.50. BANNEK AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3 00. BANNER AND HARPER'S HAGAZINE, 84.50. BANNKR AND IIARPER'S WEEKLY, 4.70. BANNER AND HARPER'S BAZAR, $4.70, ftr year payable In ad? ance. Send in your or iu. H. L. IIover has a lot and will build a liome tbis scason. Fon othcr local and county items, sco our sccond pago to-day. Fhed. McEowen has bcen licro for a lcw days from New York. Miss Maude WiiEr.LER oxpects to re turn to Boston in a fow weeks. ' The sclcctmon liavo appointcd Dr. Ly man Rogers health olUcor of tho town. E. II. Scott of tbo potroloum oxchaiige in Now York is spending a fow daysin tbis village witb his faraily. Miss Lulu Walton gavo a birthday party Wednesday and bandsomely enter tained a nuraber o...

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. — 7 April 1893

$4.00 for tli ClirUfraas cards and $25.00 for tunini anil rp:ilnnj; tlio church or RiB. At tlieannual parMi nieetin2 bo ?ore the ilelcR;ites wei e c'.cetcd tho Itec tor stated that those chusen at this tirao minhtbe called upon to rlect anAssistant Dishop at ho Convention in Jne. Tho expcnses of thcse (U-lejpites rras votcd to bo paid by tlio church. It might bo a Roud cxamplo for otlier Parishts iu tho Dioccso to follow and mljjlit securo a larger and moro enthusiastio Kathcring and it is reccommondcd that all parlshes pay tho expcnses of tlioso who roprcsont them in tho convcntion of tho church. Thcro was iiuch a huarty snioymont of tho Carols at St. James' church on Eastor ovening tho Rcctor Iias dccided to ropoat them with tho accompanimcnt of organ and cornot on noxt Suuday. All aro cordially raado wolcomo. EAST AJtLlXOTON. 3Irs. Wra. B. Ilard rcturned to hcr homo in Shaftsbury last wcek. Mr. aud Mrs. Chas. Walkcr of West Chelmsford, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. OrlinAndrow of North...

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. — 7 April 1893

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNEK FKIDAY, APRIL 7, 1393. TI1E CHORISTER. It Is a comfort to knowsometlmes that ourmu- sicai errons arcnppiecuiea, even it me person is unVnown. as la the writer who sent tbe fol- loHincverestoon of our village chorlsters, reeently. Ed.j WUILK II E 18 SIXQINO. ' Whlle ho is slncing I forgf t. ' That we are straneers lately met, Tbat all tbe past dhideth us, No futuro bond provide'h u. Wblle ho Is singlng I forget Thevell'd years bftween us; jct Above the shame or wrong each hldes, I greet "its brst,andnaugbt besldes. "While he is sinRing I forget Avll and wrong, which niay beset Tbe unwatched soul wien song Is post, And tasks and turmoils walt tho grasp. Whlli lic is singlng I forget All woes and 111s tliat siing aod fret! forget all loss, fallureand fear, And feel life only brigbt and dear. Wliile he is slnging I forget To morrow's qucstions stlll unmct, I.ike trong, sate arms about me prcit, Tbe music comrorU mc with rest. Wnile he is singlng I forget The tear...

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. — 7 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EJKIDAY, APEIL V, 1893. HJ.Eaton, DEALER IN Cemetery Work, LowPrices WEST ARLINGTON VI. -jglSTATE OF JOSEPU J. FECICIIASI. Will presentcd. 8TATEQF VEUMONT.1 ln Probato Court .held Dlstrlct of Bennington, svi at tho Probato offlco ln Bennington, wlthiu and foriaicl distrlct.on the 18th dayof Xtarch A. I. 1BU3. Present John V. Oarney, Judge An lnstrumcnt, purportlng lo bo the lait Wflj and Testament nf Jieph J. P-ckham, late of Pownal, in said dlstrlct, deccasod, bclng prcsented by T. E. Browncll for Adella lVcknam, the executrlx tberein named for probate It ls ordered by said Court, tlmt all persons concerned thcreln be notlOed 10 appear at a fesslon thereot, to be held at the Prob ite Ofllce lu Bennington, ln said dinrict, on the Sth day of Ajiril. A. D. If93, at 2 o'clock ln the afu-riionn, and.how cauie, lf aur tliey linre. against the probate of said Wlll; for which purpo-e It is furtherordered, that thls order be puulWied three wceks succes Flrely lu tlio ...

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. — 7 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRlDAY, APRIL 7, 1893. 8 . i"T! WOODFORD. ITonrj Mallory has had a slight sliock. How did you enjoy the social last oven ing? Jfyron Knapp cut his foot quite badly with an axo. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. W. Wood are yislt at Hoosjck Falls, X. Y. Miss Anna C. Park of Bennington ls visiting Miss Fanny Park. Mrs. 'Ncllle Stono attondcd Easter ser vicca at tlie Union cluircli. Threo Woodford "boys" are trying the Ensor treatment for alcoliolism. Mrs. C. C. Easton will read a sormon at tho Union clmrch Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Gleason of Hart vellville, spent Eastor Sunday in town. Frank Gloasoa and farally Tfcnt to AVilmington Monday, perhaps to stay pcrmancntly. Kirby Sraitb was hurt quito soverely in Billing8 and Son's mill, by a log roll ing upon bim. Slx incbes of "si'gar snow" foll on tbe mountain Wcdncsday nigut. It dlsap pcared "liko dew boforo tbo sun," Tliurs day. Albort Gleason wcnt to rtilncy last Saturday, spcut Suuday witb Lcslio Eas ton, aud Monday ...

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. — 14 April 1893

VOL Lin. BENKDSTGTOJSr, YT., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1895. NUMBER 13. THE BROWNIES. 3NJ 8P0T CA8IT, XIIQn PIIICB. Again at Colk's we mako a call, Wo still aro working for you all, And if you'll only look around You'll seo how fast wo'ro gaining ground. II. AtCoLK's they'ro jolly nlght and day, And do thoir work aa though 'tworoplay, Thoir patrons. too, a jolly throng, All bound to help our scliemo along. III. "Wliilo thoso inbondstoTRUST.thoknavo, With faces long and looks so gravo, Work through tho day in sorry plight, And post their books lato in tho night IV. Butlctus turn to hanpior thcracs, And tell you more about our schemcs, About 'li"o powcr of oa.sh in liand, That'B bcing felt in all tho land. Casii, to tho front inventions bring, That works roform in evorythlng, And brings tho mind of toiling man, In harmony with naturo's plau. VI. Spot casii brings joy to evory breast, No gloom, no doubt disturbs tho rest II Ttiis space II pied next week II advertisement of 00000000000000000 00...

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. — 14 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BAJTOER, FBlDAY, AHRIL 14, 1893. VICINITY AND LOCAL ITEMS. Joiin Wim.tAms has receiv.ed an in caeaso of pension trom. $(Pto $12 a wontli. .. - E. B. IIuuno of ChieaKd ia-yisitinfr in tovn for a fow days. IIo isacconinanied by Frcd Pratt. MRS..T. A. Skivelev,3v1o lias been vlsitiug in Albany, X. Y., has returned to hor homo inBenningtoniCentre. Miciiaki. Wklcu lias" rcsigncd as town rand jnror nnd tlio selecttnon bavo appointcd Judgo C. II. Maspn to 1111 the Tacanoy. The grand lodgo p Odif Fellows of "Vermont will liold its 47tli anuunl grand scssion at Burlington tlio tliird Wednes day in May. .TiiEannual olection of Cantou Bcn nington, Xo. 4, P. M., will bo lield in Odd Fellows hall, ncxt, Tucsday evcniug, April 18th. A Bennington eounty lnan lias in vcntcdsome kind of a coverforsapbuck ots. Tbo Hcadsboro Enterpriso sayR ho sold 8,000 intwo days in 'Wilmington last week. A MiNiATUitE blizzard prevailcd on Friday and tbo day could cnsily bavo leon takcn for ono in Dec...

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. — 14 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAT, APRIL 14, 1893. TALMAGE ON TIIE RESUWIECTED BODY. Talmago told his church all about lieayen last Suuday, and about tbo qucor ways iu which its donizcus pass their time, and about tlio ensanuiued stories tboy spin -wbilo sittiug undor tbo trees. AVo sbould tbink that tbo scrious, plous and roverenMnlnded people frho board liis sermou must bavo becn sbockcd by tho fautastic and frivolous skotobcs' of tbo heavciily cstato wliich bo prescntcd. Ilesides tbcso skctchcs, bo Rave yot otbers not lcss iutolcrnble, includiuga skotobof tbo physlcal framowork aud bodily strcngtb of tboso donizons. They aro .stronger tban Samson; tbey haro prodig ious onduranco: "I go fartficr and say in rcgartl to tbo body which you avo to got in the rcsur Tection, tbat it will bo powerful. Wo ,hore walk eight or tcn milcs and aro fatlgucd; lifta fow bundred pounds and aro exbausted; toil cigbt or ton boura and aro weary; but iu tbo rcsurrcction -wo are to bave a body tbat uover ge...

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. — 14 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER F&IDAY, APRIL 14, -.1893. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, APRIL 14. 1893. liiKle Uople l tlie Umuicr, lii Vrappera ler Hlallliie U DeJred XJIIIKB C'eucn. Cl.nnlNC! IIATES, JJAMNERANDWEEKLYTRIBUNE, 1,60. BANNER AND BOSTON JOUKNAL, S2.00. SANNERAND DAILT JOURHaL, $6.30. XJLKNEH AND N. Y. DAILY PKE5S.t3.iO. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS. 53 00. BANNEUAND HARFER'S MAGAZINE, J 4 JSO. JANNKR AND IIARPER'S WEECLY, t70. SANNERANP IIARPER'S BAZAR, 84.70, Pr jear payable In adiancfl. Send Injouror Fon othcr local and county itoms, seo cror second pago to-day. Elijau Dewey lias sold two building lots un Dunham street this week. Mrs. II. W. Bootu has roturned frora her four montlis' visit to tlie West. Col. E. L. Bates bas been conflned to bis liomo sovoral days dUring tbo past -week by illness. Those who aro in want of bicyoles sbould rcad tbo advcrtisemont of W. M. S. Rcovo in anotbcr columu. Juuof. Henuy, president, and Col. C. C. Kinsman of tbe Trustees, inspeoted...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 14 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAK", APEIL 14, 1893. act, as to build a sowor or any other structuro. Until soraotliing has beon dono uudcr tlio vote, tlio corporation alouo is lutcrestcd in it; it cbncoms no ouo olso and may bo rescinded. Tliat is, tbe corporation roayconcliule not to do tbo act it had before dccidcit to do. It may, flgur tivoly ppcakinR, cbango its raind justas an iild!i?J.U'r:I inay; cnango it in tho samo way tbat it oxprcssed it, by a voto in mooting duly callcd and lioldcn. And wlien it bas bo voted, tbo lirst vote, tbo rcsolution flrst mado, is as tboucb it bad novcr been mado. Tbis principle of law is woll sottlcd and is in lioront in cvery municipal corporation unlcss othcrwiso cxprcssly providcd by law, and grows out of tlio uecessity of tbe caso. A city or villago may consider advantagcous and for its intcrcsts to do a certain act or carry out a public im provement, but boforo it bas actually commenccd tbo work, circumstancos mav ariso tbat may mako it injudici...

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. — 14 April 1893

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER : FEIDAY, APRIL 141893. A WASUIKG DAY. fPeterson's Majazlne, January, 1855 WbatalU tlie womenf Whktails the men? What alls the old rooster! What alls the heuf The chlckens fly. And Ihe chlldren :ry, The old wlres scold, . And the husbands algh, And "rocfc-aby baby," the slster slngs, "If I vas a dove and bad sllver wlngs, Up the church steeplc and far away, I'd fly at tho dawn of a washlng day " For ncver a mlnuto Of peace I get ; The"Sancho"Iln It The floor is wet; For Koai andeuds; And scaldlnfe and choklng, And dirty duds, And fuming and smoklng, And puff and epatter, And wrlng and souse, And such a clatter All crcr the house. What alls the womenf What alh the men? What alls the old rooster? What alls the hen? The hen U fcratchlng, Forgottcn, forlorn; The rooMcr is watching In valn for corn; Tho men are all mad, For tho weuien say, "A picketl-up dlnner Or norte, to day." "La! I'm tlred," the old dame crles, Wlplug the eoap-suds out of her eyes; ilerc upon ...

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. — 14 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, MDAY, APRIL 14, 1893. V HJ.Eaton, DEALEH IN Cemetery Work, LowPrices WEST ARLINGTON E1 STATE OF JOSEril J. FECKHAM. Wlll nrwnted. STATE OF VERMONT, l In Probate Court held Distrlct of Bennington, i at the Probalc ofllce in BoT.iincton.wltliln and forsald distrlct, on ibe 18th dayof March. A. D. 1(90. Prtseut. Jolin V. Camey, Judgo An lnstrument, pnrportlng (o lio the last Wlll and Testament nf Joeph J. Peckham.Iate of Pownal. In fald districl, doccased, bclng presented by T. E. Browncll for Adclla IVcknam, tho executrix therem named fnr probate it 1j ordered by said Court, tbat all persons concerned thcrein bo notiaoil to app'ar at a scsslon thereof. to bo beld at tlie Probate Onicc in Bennington, ln said distrlct, on th 8th ilay of April. A. D. U03, at 2 o'clock ln the af tf rnoon, and ehow cause. If aiiy they have. against tho . probate of sald Wlll; forwhlch purpovelt isfurtherordered, that this order lw publlhed three weeks eucces. 8lyely ln the Bennington...

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. — 14 April 1893

8 IHE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRlDAY, APEIL 14, 1893. TIIE TRUTH OF IT. 1S THERK ANV LIJ1IT TO HUMAN ENDUrt ANCK? A HEVKLATION WIIICII -VILI. ASTONISII MOST TEOPLE AND YET IT IS IN KEALITY OF EYERY DAY OCCUIl J1EKCE. ThofollowinR comraunication is from ono of our correspoudents, Mra. CarrioE. Martin. a lailv well known and liichly rfisnentcd and wlio ocCUBies a position of tho higliest social distinotion iu West juejuen, juass. iier exponeuuu it ui sucli a naturo and its importance to many is so great and far-reacliing, tnat yre Riye it to our readers in hcr own vrords. "Lastsummer I was all run down, had -cliills. no aDDCtito. very Httlo Bleep nights and nono days, faint spolls, trem bhnp feelings and was so wcak I could tardly walk around the roora. I con- . f i in i xlnuea to run aown iu nrauiu uuu fltrength until 1 feared uttor ncrvous proRtration with its uutold miseries. "I sent for our town physician and he ame a good many timcs. I soon liad to give up work entirely, stlll his med...

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