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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 5 May 1893

TME BENNINGTON BANER; ; FR1D A Y , MAY 5, 1893. through thoso grounds, and noting tho changes vhich have taken placo in the wced grown desert of a fow years ago, should not forget that thoy owo a large share of thia bcaiity to Mrs. Tiffany.. Iler activo brain had planned still further improvements, aud it is to bo hoped that tho Society raay be ablo to carry tliem out. It almost Beems as though it raigbt give hor swcoter rcst, in tho hlll top gravo wbicli sho prepared for hcrsolf, if . other bands sliould carry on ,tho vtork laid down by bers. "Mr. Tiffany was not an ordinary woman. Sho was giftod with unusual oxeoutive ability. I( it scemed desirj ablo to her tbnt a thing sliould bo dono, sho was always ready lo do it. No con sidcrations of fatiguo or ill bealth de terred hcr from pushing forward, wlth thoroughness and vigor, whatovsr sbo had undortaken to do. Sho watched tho digeing, aud draitiing, and filliug in of lawn, and drivoway, and btirial lot, oxercising closo supervision...

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. — 5 May 1893

JDHE BENNINGTON BAMER, JFRIUA, MAY '5, 18S3. 6 . OLD-KOMANCE, ,'Good mornln1, Tctly Porter." !Good wornin', Mr. Gprharn," Ex porienco rolurned, biiiRins hor sunbon nct over hor arm, and offering hor liand over Uio liedge. "Von't you come in sido, Daniol?" " 'Unusual fino weathcr for May, Danicl remarkcd, closing tlio ato bo hind him, wlillo Tcdy interroRatively survoycd his Eunday ciothes. "TJnconi mon warm, narm," bo stammercd, not knowing iust what to do witb bis bands, tbero beinf; no farm implements bandv. "Kinder summory, as Hwcre," and Pedy coolly let hcr oyes wandcr over the hazy mountaius, beautiful witb their 8biftln; vt-ils of mlst. Bchind was tbo orcliard recalin its woalth of bcauty, tbo birds warblinp: tbeir joyous mormnt; carols amonj; tbo pluk and white lovcli ness. A littlo away tlio fresh green wnod diffused tbo sweet odor of pino and spring. Tbo two quaint flRurcs. soincYThat rougb and cnarled and wcathcr-bcaten, stantling in tlio sun Bbino, gavo lifo to tbe otlier...

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. — 5 May 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, MAY o, 1893. WATSS RATES orTnit- Firat laucet (pt r y.ar) J.00 Second Faucet 2.00 WaterCloset 3.00 BathTub 3.C0 Prlvate8table. 11 horse 5.00 Ench BilJitlonal liortc or cow 2 00 Lawn hoswfto b.Mued by and oaly) 5,00 Steam boilnr for houie warmiag, etc., for eacli square foot of bcating surface of boller 03 AU othcn ipclal. Provlded, ititi no prlvata honse shall pay ovei $30.00 perantiira excliuive pf lawn bo and boilcr. Tlw nljnv rate are for laglt)famllte. UKSItY PDTSAM. Hr.lrtnt Jly H.T.Eaton, DF.ALER. IN Gemotery Work, lowPrices vVEST AKMNGTON VT. Clanj Chowder Ij. s. fbost Dcllvers Chouder, red hot. at your doorcvery Wedncsdayacd Silurday. , FRESH ANB SALT WATER FISH, Of all kimls In llirlr srnson AU klnds of slicll (IKli, cunuod gooJs, eto etc. FINNAN HADDIE8, Mni. Froht uoilorsU.id-i his liiHincs!, and is showini; peoplu )icw to ruu a firstnlasn fi-h markpt. Step in and loik arnun 1; tlie Mujoracd his obllgingRlirks wlll bd p!cted to kIiow goods. ...

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. — 5 May 1893

IHE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRlDA, MAY 5, 1893. 8 INTHE LOCAL FIELD. NORTII BENHINOTOJT. Miss Middloton, sister of Mrs. E. D. Wclling, 1s making Ucr a visit W. J. Ilurley lias hired tho land of W. E. Ilawks, anu will carry it on the pres ent year. Tho McaRUer blacksmith shop, which was considorably warped by the wind a wcok siuce, lias been riclited into shape, with an appearance of as (jood as new. Mr. Blood, in the cmplojr of tho Fitch burg railroad, has romoved here with his famlly, and will act as agent of tho road at the dop'ot Mr. Morris E. Joncs, whoso liealth has not beeu good whilo living in Troy, is at her old homo horo, expectinrr, to re niain tliis summor, or until sho bccomcs 8tronger. Miss H. S. Welliug is visiting frionds in Now York and Brooklyn, and will later raeot Mrs. Jas. Atwood in Spring ilsld, Mass., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlcs Ilall. Tho II. T. Cushman Manufacturing Company havo pnrchased tho stock in trado of James II. White & Co., of Ben nington, wlio ...

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. — 12 May 1893

I I 1 ' " ' ' ' , " II. I. II. l BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1893. TOL LTII. NUMBER 17. THE BROWNIES. Wo'ro still at work, wo'vo much to say, Tho dawning of a briclitcr day Fills all ourhearts with lovo and che'er, And drives away all doubt and fear. Tbe peoplo now, with strong resolvo, Corao ta tlio front and probloras solvo That long bavo puzzled wiscst hcads, And filled tbeir minds with doubt and dread. A ligbt is brcakiug ovorywliero. Wo bcar tbo peoplo all declaro That rigbt and justice now shall rulo, That thoy no longcr, as a tool, Will e'er bo usod by sclflsh man, Howorer rauch thcy scheme and plan. Our scbools tbo doors havo openod wide, And through tbom comca a rushing titlo 'Of thought and knowledgo that demand Tho overthrow of solflsh plans, And with tha powcr that knowledgo brings, "We'U work eforms in many things, And flrst of all truo honcst raen, We will olcct our laws to raetul; " Hear Ye ! Hear Ye ! Hear Ye RUSSELL & MARCH, Contractors and Builders. A new ...

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. — 12 May 1893

THE BENNINGTON JBANNER, FEIDAY, MAY 12, 1893. VICINITY AND LOOAL EEEMS. StateManaoeh Tiiompsox of tho Ensorlnstituto has roturned after sev scral vrccks' absence. Miss Mabiok Huli wlioso deatli oo currod ln Berlin on Tliursday, was nrr aunt of Mrs. E. W. Bradford of this vil IaRe. J. Ed Waluridoe is buildinR a tcne-mcnt- houso on Grand Viow Torraco in nddititlon td tho ono lio will occupy him solf. Colonki. E. D. Bennett- and wife, Majorli. J. Coffoy and wifo attended tho kirmcss fcstival ln St. Albans Frlday cvening. Mns. J. B. Parsientkh loayes tho flrst of tho cominc v?cek for n soveral weeks' visit in Maino. Mrs. Monroo will accompany hor. Tnu board of trnstees for tho Soldiers' Homo aro having plaiid drawn for a now tlriveway to bo laid tlirouqh tho grounds extcndiiiK around in front of tho chapel, tlienco out to tho main cntranco. Gov. PuLiiEii has appointed the com missioncrs to roviso tho laws of tho state authoritized bvan aot of tho last lecisla- turc, thoy aro Col. Alfrcd...

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. — 12 May 1893

THE BENMNGTOJSI BANJSOER FEIDAY, MAY 12, 1893. It Ourts CUt. Ctaeka. Ein Thraat. Orauv. Inaa caia, Watoplnf Oongk, Breaehitit and Aithma. A ewtaia nri far Coaaomptlta ia firat tagea, uitnri rellef U idrueca ttagti. Tio at onct. III will ie m nofUr.lt esoet irh ian i ui flrt !. 6U Vr (Vtleri eTerjWitar. Large Mtuu ou iidu uu si.cu. Businrss Slivcctciri). W. A. PARKER M. 1). OrECIAI.HT THE EVE, KUt, NOSE O ANDTIIItOAT. Hours I) to IV ii in . 2 tr n. and 7 to V n. m, dally. Odlce at corner liauk and Malo Strcols, .ori Auauw, si.iss. DR M KY PUtlKIDGE. o FFICEAT HESlDENCE, SltfJ Ni.JI2 Maiu St.. luniutrton, Vt. 0. II. MANON A TTOllNEy AT LAW. l. Ad-urin' Hlock. ll.'nnlnftnn. Vt. C 11. UAKLINU ArrOBN'EV ATLAW. Offlce over FirntNatlonnllmnk, 44t' Hcnnlnpton. Vt, JAMES B. MEAC1IAM. ATTORNKY AND i.nilNSELOK AT LAW. Offlce In Park lllook, Koom No. 4. lt SHELDON it OUSIIMAN. A ttorntn s and Counaellors at l.aw, and tioltcl XjL tuis in Cliaucery. No. 307 luin Street Bennington. Vt. IWtf-8l V I...

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. — 12 May 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, JFftlUAr, MAY 12, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY. MAY 12 1803. Slnslo Coplea of tlie Ilnimer, In Wrappen for laalllng If Bcnlrcd TIIIEBK Venl. CliUnillNIJ IUTES. ANNERANDWEEKLYTRIBONE, $t.50. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL, $2.00. BANNER AND DAILT JOURNAL, $6,30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY FRESS.S3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZINE, 51.50. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, $4.70. BANNER AND HARPER'S BAZAR, $4.70, Per year payable ln advance. Send in your or er. See pago 2 for additional "locals." Two persons wore admittcd to tho Second Congregational church Sunday, by lcttor. Mrs. Jas. White lias just rccovorcd f rora an attaok of la Grippe. Sho was III two wceks. Georqe Aldrich, substituto cariicr, takes tho place of CarriorWakeflcld.dur ing a nhort vacation. The Rutland High scliool nlno will play tho Burr and Burton somlnary nino on tho grounds of the latter to-day, Yesterday was Asconsion Day and sorviccs woro hold iu Episeopal...

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. — 12 May 1893

THE BENNINGTON BAtfNEB, FEIDAY, MAY 12, 1893. mail tn carry betwcen Woodford and Bennington for four years, commencing July 1. Mr. Bowlcs will put a good tam and coach on tbo routo and passen gers can bo carricd in good stylo. Stato Aid Coramissionor Aldnch, and Town Commissioner Glles Ilarbour, havo begun work on the higlnva.vs tbis week. It is safe to say that a long tlmo will not olaspo beforo Woodford will bavo as good roads us any town in tlio State. $1D0 UEWAUD $trO. The readcre of thla paperwlll bo pleaedto learn tliat thtreUat leaat one dreaded dlre that fclenco has becn able to cure In ll it (taees, and tli.t i Catatrh. HaU'e CaMrrn Cure U tlie only poltive cule ki,own to the medlcal fraternity. Catarrh helvg a contitutlonal dls easa, rrnulre a consUtutlonal trcatment. Hall a Cotarrh Ouro 1 taken Internally, nctlnR dlrectly on the blood and mucous niifares of the syetcm, thercby deMrojrlnjr lit fonndatinn of the dlsease, and KivlnR thti paiienl HrvnRth by bulIdlnR up tlieco...

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. — 12 May 1893

6 J?E!E BENNINGTON BANNER, JFRLDAY, MAY 12, 1893. EVE'5 TEMPTATION. Sho liad prnmiscd him that sho would rnend tbe liningof his new overcoat if lie -would vroar anotlier nnd leavo that at homo. And so lie loft it Sho took it frora tho lia.ll and carried It into herbou dolr. Ilenmrao was Evo Wilton, and sho liad been married flve yoars and novor nover novur in all that time had ono un liappy moineut. Jlr. Wilton liatl bccn vory attentiTO, Tery kind, very eonerous and had novcr tnade ber jealous;. Sho often said that sho iras tho bappicst woraan living. Now as sho looked at tho lining aud compared tho silk with which sho was about to roplace tho torn portiou sho was tliinkiriK tlicso thoughts. Thoy had novor had any chlldron, but when peoplo aro all in all to cach other, that is uo vory ftceat urief. All her care was for him all his for her. "And ho is just tho dcarest bcst,truest fellow in tlio world,"said Evo to hersolf. "I'm not half good euough for him. I wonder what this is iu hi...

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. — 12 May 1893

THE BJ5NNIWJLW BAJMKER, FKIDA1, MAY 12, 1893. BENNISiTBN WTEH 66; First taucet(peryear.i 18.00 Hecond Faucet 2.(0 WaterCloset 3.C0 BathTub S.M PriTatKSLiblei. Iit horso 6.00 Each sddltlonal horse or oow 2 00 Lawn hoc (tn be ued hy hanrt only) 5,00 Steain boller for hous wnrmlng, etc, fnr each square fnot of hcating surface of boilrr 03 All other pclal. Provldcd, thai no private liouse shall pay oin $20.00 per aivi im mxcIihItb of liwn hos and boller. Th Iwit ratf ar for sinRlnfamllles. IIKSHY W prTMAM. Prraldent H.T Eaton, DKALER IN Sv llomotorv UUII1UIUI J Work, '.owPrices fEST ARMNGTOO VT. Clanj Chowder ! L. s. frost Dclivera Chnwler. led hot. nt your door every Wedoebdiy nnl S n unlay. FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH, Ofnll klmls lii their spnson All klnds of shell lll-li, canned gooiis, et! etc. FIMAN HADDIES. Maj. Fro-t mnlereta id hls bii'incas, and ls akowlni; ieipli linn to rmi a first rl 0-h nmrket. S'pp In aid lik nro'un'l; IhnMujoraid Ms oblitdni; rlerks wlU bj pjened to show p...

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. — 12 May 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANN'ER, FKIDAT, MAY 12, 1893. 8 MANCHESTER. Tlie Equinox Houso will open tliia year Juno 15, a week or two earlier tlian usual. Mr. Orvis is improvlHg frora his sovero attack.of la Grippo and liopcs to boon deck to rcccivo his guests as usual. Tho postoflice was raoved Monday oveninn to C. F. Orvis' fisliinR rod shop, but wlfi bo movcd in two or three weeks totheBank building which bas bcen purcbased by Mr. Orvis, and whicb will uo a good placo for it. To loarn tliat, commcncinE May 28, a through freight train frora Troy will bo run ovor this road brinftinR froight from tbat city and from tho Citizons Lino of steamers tbo samo day, so tliat frcigbt shipped in Now Tork tlie ovening bo foio and in Troy that morning will roaoh its destination on tbis road witbout do lay. This will bo a great convonieneo to ourbusiness men. Judgo Munson is holding tbo May term of court in Windsor county. IIo rondored tho dooision in tho Bennington haboas corpus caso, to tho cffect tbat l...

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. — 19 May 1893

VOL LIH. BENNINGTON, VT., FUIDAY, MAY 19, 1893. NUMBER 18. Si'OtCabh. j" IMPORTANT TO ALL GREAT COMMOTION AT COLE'S ONE ' FRICE SPOT CASII CLOT1IING AND FURNISHING STORE. IIo is just loaded with tho nicest, best fitting, most durablo. ncatcst -dcsigns nnd bcst mada line of SPRING CLOTHINQ You evcr saw. You havo only to call, examino his stock, and you will be convinced that liois doing juit as hesays, retailing clothlng at WHOLESALE TRICES. If you caro to svo from ouo to four dollars on a suit, don't fail to soo tbeiu. All goods are plainly marked, and tho priccs do tho business. You will not be iinportuned to purchaso by our salesmen. Tho pricea dp tho talking, aud they talk right to tho point. T1IE TOWER OF CASII, TIIE MIGHTY DOLLAR, is worklng a rovolution in tbo prico of Clothing. Just call at OOLaE'S In the New Opera House Block, AND SEE WHAT S GOING ON. ear Ye ! Hear RUSSELL & MARCIL Contractors and Builders. A new flriu vltb new and desirablc fentures. Call and becoinc ac...

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. — 19 May 1893

JDHE BAMER, FElDAY, MAY 19, 1893. YICDHTY AND LOOAL ITEMS. Tiie attention of those dealing in calf skins is oalled to tho advertisoment of ox-Gov. Carroll S. Fago in this and last woek's iasuo, Mrs. Dk. Putnam -was in Hoosick, N. Y., Friday to visit lier grandmother, Mrs. Carolino Parsons, who is stopping at f. F. Baboock's. TEBMOirr has four daily and flf ty-nine weekly nowspapcrs: and it would bo strange under tho circuinstanccs. i tho peoplo of tho Green Mountain State waro not "wcll road." We hoar great.complaint of tho scarci y of domestio holp. Very few or no ro plies aro rcceived wlion doraostics aro advertiscd for, and what our uouBcholds aro going to do is a sorious problom. Dn. Ensor of South Omaha, Neb., has been in town during tho past week. He is the discoveror of tho remcdy for the liquor habit that bcars his namo, of which a branch Institute is located in this villago. TnE "irony of fate" would be sharply illustratod if Almy's dead body should bo carried baok to tho s...

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. — 19 May 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1893. 3 THE NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BRICHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS ETTER. My doctor says lt acta gently on tho stomach, llver and kldnevs, and ls a pleaaant laxattve. Tbli Gxlnk ti mado from herbs, and ls prtpared tor usa as eailly ca tea. It U called LME'SmEDIGIHE AUdnunrlstssellltatSOc.andtlapckifa. Ifyou rannot iret lt, snd your addrass for a frt uunple. Lane'a ITauEUr Medlcln tnovos tfaa boweli nch doy. Jn order tn be hal thr this la nscauarr. Adareta aUATOliV. WOODWXUO. Itor, JI.Y. Busiucss Qiucctorn. W. A. PARKER, M. D. QPECIAT.IRT 0 THE EVE, EAK, NOSE KJ AIUTUHIUi', Ilours 9 to 1'-' u. iii.. 2 to 5. and 7 to 9 n. m. daily. Ofllcu at coruer Bank and Maln Strcels, -liurui Auauia, aiass. DR. M RY PAIITIUDOB. o FFICEAT RESIDENOE, 011IJ lNO.-)U.HAtll SE.. liflUnillgtOU, Vt. O. H. MAKON. ATTOUNEY AT I.AW. Ailam' Hl'icl:. Uonnliiirton. Vt. 93 C H. DAKL1NU. fTORSEY ATLAW. O. OjHcb ovor First Nivtlonnl lwnk, if Bennington. Vt, JAMES B. MEAOLIAM. ...

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. — 19 May 1893

J?HE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKlDA, 1AY 19, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, MAY 10 1803. Slnslo coplcii ol tlio Bnnnor, In Wrnppers for lUallliis lf DcMrcd TIIItEl! :". CI.UIIHING ItATKS. ANNEnANDWEEKLYTRIBUNE, 1.B0. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL. $100. BANNER AND DAILT JOURNAL, $6.30. BANNEIt AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, 83.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HARPERS MAGAZINE, 54.50. BANNER AND HABPEItfB WEEKLY, $1.70. BANNER AND IIARPER'S BAZAR, $1.70, Per yer paynble in advancfl. Ecnd In your or etJ. See page 2 for additional "locnls." Mns. A. BUEii BIBI.EY anu cunu aro visiting in Oraugo, Mass. Mns. A. Wilmabth has been vory much vrorso for a f ow days. Tiikiie aro two notablo weddings "downon tlio cards" for Tliursday, Juuo first. TnK Hon. n. G. Root and wifo havo roturned from thoir winter's sojourn iu Southcrn California. G. A. Cubteii W. R. C, will hold a strawborry and ico cream suppcr noxt Tuesday ovening, May 23. C. L. Suaw's condition for a fow days has not bcen...

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. — 19 May 1893

THE BENNINGTON BAOTER, MIDAY, MAT 19, 1893.. SPECIAL BUSINES8 LOOALS. jgr-Fon Sale Alimitcd quantity of Buibauk secd potatoes. L. Bottum, Stook Farm, Bennington, Vt, S5T"Vantei) By Russell & March from tcn to fiftccn carpenters, imme diately. Gootl situations aud stoady work to compotont workmen. Enquiro attheir oflico, foot of School Street, Bennington, Vt. 3Stf CScnd all your magazinos to tho Bakxer Biudory. Thoy will bo ncatly and tastily bound. J-On Saturday C. II. Pottor tvill placoonhis iloor tho largest assortment of ico boxes, rofrigerators, scroen doors and windows over sbown ln town. Seo advertisemont. B3?Vantei. A nirl to do general housework. Enquiro of Mrs. C. M. Wood, 318 Pleas.uit stroot. tf J"ITotico is heroby given tbat a meotingof tho Bennington Villago Im provement Socioty will bo hold at tho residonco of A. B. Valcntine Saturday, May 27, 1803 at 3 o'clock p. ra. to, tran saot important business. Alma I'. Val cntino, prcsidcnt; Flora M. Gravcs, sec retary. EST...

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. — 19 May 1893

TBB BENKIKGTON BANKER, FRIDAI, MAY 19, 1893. 6 CORRESPONDENCE. OUK MINNESOTA LETTER. Damewood, April 30, 1893. To tho Editor of tho Baijneb: Deak Sui: Wohave bad moresnoTr, afootand six inchcs deoD within a fortnigut and thero aro considerablo patches still visi ble. FarmerB are looking a little bluo at tho latencss of tho Benson, vcry little of anything is plautcd yet in this lati tudo. Jly special purnoso in vrritinf: is to tell you iseTeral mcidcnts of tho pioneor inj times. You may all thora talcs or tails whichever you think best, but to my story. "Why tho cotv did not come homo." Mrs. NioIsod, the mother of tho family vrhcro I board, was a farmer's daughter in Jutland, Dcnniark. Ilor fathor, who had twonty-threa childron, had a largo farm wcll supplicd with all sorts of do mcstio animals. Thus from early child hood, tho farm aaimala havo bccn lier familiar fricnds and sho takcs a special Intprcst iu thom. When thoy flrst bo gan kcoping cattlo horo in the wood, sho was troublod...

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. — 19 May 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, JFKIDAY, MAY 19, 1893. OFTSB BEHHiBiaTon mim First laucet (per year) $6.00 Second Faucet 2.00 WaterCJoset 3.00 BathTub .. 3.00 PrivateStables, 1st horso 8.00 Each addltional horse or eow 209 Lawn hose (to be ud by lsand only) 5.00 Bteam boilar for houw warmUg, etc, for each square fuot of beatlug suiface of boiler 03 AU othcrs speclal, Provided, that no prlvata hoase shall pay ove -$20.00 per annnra cxcl.uivt of lawn Uoio and boller. The bor ratns are for linjrlo famUlos. UjblNJJV W. POTSAlf, lrcideut. JUy. H.T.Eaton, DEALEIt IN Cemetery Work, LowPrices WEST ARLINGTON VT. Clanj Chowder ! L. S. FROST DcliversCbowilcr.reUhot.at your doorevery Wedoesday aud S.iturday. FRESH AND SM.T WATER FISH, Ofallklndsln tlielr srison All klnds of shell (tlsh, canned gootls, etc ctc. FIMAN HADDIES. Maj. Trost understand'. hls bu'lncss, and 1s showniR PM'pln how to lue a fimclass flh market. Strp in nnd lonfc arouml; theMaJorand his obllxins clerks wlll b pleiied to show goode....

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. — 19 May 1893

THE BBNKIKGTON BAOTBR, MAY 19, 1893. 8 ODD FELLOWS' WEEK. Iho Grand Bodios o thisOrder mot in Burlington, Tucsdny and Wodnesday of this wock. Thp attondanco w.is largo and enthusiastic Tho Grand Encamp ment mot Tucsday, at 10 a. m., L. G. Burnliam, Grand Patriarob, proslding. Tho treasurcr's roport sbowed a gain of fuuda in tho trcasury ovor last yoar, and tlio secrotary's roport showed a gain of 78 mombers in tho ericampmcnt. Tho clcction of oflleers rosultod as follows: Cliestor Parraentcrof Rutland, grand patriarch: D. L. Sanders of Mont irrand lntrh nriest: Louis V." Greon of Itutland. grand senior wardon; D. 0. Wallaco of St. Albans, grand junipr warden; C. VT. Farr of St Jphnsbury, grand scribo; D. W. Dudley of Mont- .. . . -r t T 1 . pelier, grand ireasuror; u. tr. ouruuiim nf Riirliiiptnn. nrand ronrcseut'atlvo. A rcccss xvas takcn for dinner, and at 2 o'clock a parado of 1'atriarchs Militant was liad. Tho parado formed on Main strcot, Bouth sido of City park, and was led by...

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