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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 May 1892

i i THE - BENNINGTON BANNIE, EKIDAY, MAY 6, ;189&r Kast Arlington. On Saturday aftornoon last a flro-alarm was civen from tlio promiscs of Mr. For kins Farnuam. Many nion wero quickly on tho spot, butnotliinp oould bo dono to savo tho liouso nnd barn. A barn near by, bclonRing to II. N. Shaw was also burncrt. No ono was sorinusly burt but some nau a narrow cscape. Mrs. Farnham was oncaKou in weavinc, m a room abovo tho woodshcd, whon sho discovcred tho firo which had mado such hcadwav that cscano bv tho stairway was impossiblo. so sho mado her exit throuRli a window on to a roof, and thcnco to tho ground. Mr. Farnbam who is vory fceblo was assistcd out of tho houso. Mr. Shaw was out of town at tho timo. A horso bclotiRing to Elihu MoDonald was burncd in Mr. Farnham's barn; Mr. McDonald also lost harnesscss and blankots. Tho groat scarcity of wator prevontod tho moro cffectual uso of tho flro onglno. Wo un dorstand tho butldings woro insurcd. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw wislies to roturn t...

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. — 6 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, felDAY, MAY 6, 1892. 6 GKN. "WELLS DEAD. Iho Brllllant Soldler and Able Duilnen Man Suddenly Ooes to flis Last Home Ho Dled Frlday Afternoon In New York Clty Full Blocrnphlcal Skctch of the Dlstlngulsheil Cltlien Soldler of Vermont. New YonK, April 30t.li. (2.00 p. m.) The circumstauccs of tho dccoaso of 3en. Wells of Burlington, Vt.. wlio died vory suddenly in tlils city yestordny afternoon, aro as follows: JIo liad for a month past, been a guest -with Mrs. Wells and daughter, Bertha, at tho Windsor Ilotol, and, Rhortly aftor noon yesterday, startcd down town in company with SenatorEdmunds. Reach ing Williams streot thoy entered a busi ness houso wlicn suddenly Gen. Wells fcll to tho lloor and oxpired, from hoart diseaso. SenatorEdmunds tookchargo of tho body and had it rcmoved to an undertakor's whero it was yiowed by a oroner wlio grantcd a pormit for its ro moval to Burlington. Senator Edmunds as soon as possiblo, hurried to tho Wind sor Ilotel and inforra...

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. — 6 May 1892

THE BEKNINGTON BAKNER, FKIDAY, MAY 6, 1892. 7 fA) STJiL S HOLLINPj th seat of 4 a great bus-J lness. BPPOHAM'S mi are made tbere. TheyJ Slsus Ulaordcift arislng from 'VFcnkJ fsUimncli, Iinpalrednlpestlon.nM-; ' ordcrcd JLlvcr nnd nll l'cmnlc J 1 1 Allnicnts. j i THEY ARE COVERED WITH A TA8TELESS. ! AND SOLUBLE COATINO. 1 1 Of all druggists. Price 25 ccnts a box. j p ew xorK Liepot, 10 lanai ai. Mr. FRANK J. SAVAGE Is tho well-knownproprletorof tho grist-mill at Fairfield, Malne. Ho 1s another gentloman who tostlfles as to tho merits of Co toporrt ft raan conccrn : I havo used Groder's Botantc Dyspcpsln Syrup with good rcsults. Ilaving been dyspcptlu fur tho pnstten yenrs, I am ablo to approclate tho valuo of nny mcdlclno for tliat dlseuse. My troublo was as all othcr dyspcptics, such as Headnche, Sour Btomach; myappetito was gcnerally poor; onco in a whllo I ato a fair meal, but lt would not set well on my stomach lt was 171111 difficulty that lt dlgcsted. But Grodor's Syrup helped ...

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. — 6 May 1892

6 THE . BERNINGTON BAOTER, FRIDAY, MAY. 6, 1892. "t ' Wlfnt dovtt lt'aleanf ' - Mllor 0 the , Banner; It seems . tliat ourvillago fathers rofuso to consider any proposition irom any party qthor . than the party yfho put iu- tbo Eloctric Firo A.laim systom on trial in tliis villago. Trusteo Holden offered to pay ,flio rwbdlb expenso bt an export's coming to this Villago t6 show to tho trustees and ttioso intcrestecl tho workinp'oJJ'a: systejn, nt least cqual to that on trial, ,aha at a cost of $1000 loas. That $1000 wouldgo a'crcat way toward' village lmprovorosnt. "Thovoto o o(ir last Yillago, Me'e.ting -sould ba oasily rescinded, ifithat, stands in the way of deallng withthoCompany, ,and, prdliminary tQ.that, wliy should'in formatioh without cost bo refused? What docs it mean? z. We havo seen a fllo of somo dozen lottcrs from parties who aro using, ftia ono or tho otner systera, and the tepti mony of 'theso lcttcrs is all ono way as t6 tho prcbeut system in Bennington yillago boing...

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. — 13 May 1892

atmef vol. lel BENNINGTON, VT., EBIDAY, MAY 13, 1892. NUMBER 17. COLE & $h Wo lead tho proccssion in our solo ment is complete, and will be kopt so show common scnso novelties of a hig dinary bostgrades, yot tho prices -aro oases wo quoto bolow tho markot. Wo attractivo designs and pccullarly rofin GoodSj arid wou .S 4$s0s 0 &s$. plcascd to havo yon call and inspcct Ycs, thcro is a liycly inquiry about our last ycar, and crcatcd so much aurpriso say that wo aro giving spccial attcnti carry doublo tho usual qnantity and vari whoro tlioy can bo bought as low, and Thari Our Prices, We livcly trado in thcso goods. Our line bo cxcollcd. Tho pvices aro closo on wo tako spccial pains to procuro and blc stylcs and most popular mako of prices. Wo aro making tho Clothing prices. Call and sco us. THE ONE-PRIC Business Eflircctoq). O. H. MASON. ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Adanm' lllock. Bennington, Vt. 3a C. H. DAKL1NG. ArrOUNEYATLAW. Ofllce ovcr First National bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY ...

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. — 13 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANKER, i'KIDAY, MAY 13, 1892. SIISS SPARKLES. Sho had tho briRlitest oycs and tlio suniiiest smilo to bo found witlun tlio four scas. Sho might havo lior moments of dopressiou, as we all liavo, and sho niight at timcs flame out into a rago when tliinRS wcnt wronR and lior blood was up; but tliis ouly rcdcomcd lior fro'm tbo monotony of chccrfulness, and gavo ber tho vanoty tbat belongs to a rich naturc. Of tho darkcr, tho moro sullen passions, sho had not a traco; and tho worst that could bo said of hcr was that sho was "soon up" and "somo times down." But iu general sho was "Miss Sparkles." and tho narao ox prcsscd all that tho world loved or carcd to know. , , . . Sho had occasion enough for tho xor ciso of hcr brightncss, for sho wcs an or phan, with no greator protcction than might bo found in a couplo of fine hearted brothors, ono of whom was on a Toxan ranch, and tho other on ono of lior Majcsty's ships as Houtenant m tho Australlan seas. Either of theso mcn wo...

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. — 13 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, MAI 13, 1892. 3 UAS TIIE "fllGnUR OKITICI8M" DE MOLISnED ISRAEIVS II18TORY. Tho Old Testament and Anclent Monu meuti The HcoQlng Scholars Bad to Yleld to tho Dlscoverles of Schlleinann'a Spade Modern Itesearch Shows Tlintllio Anciont Orlontal World V as Not IlUter ate Inscriptions Whlch Frove That lilbllcal Orltlcs Unvo Boen Mlstaken. Wo havo heard agood dpal of lato . years about tho "Higher Criticism" and its oftect upon our viows in regard to tlio cbaracter aud authenticity of tho Old Testament scripturcs. In sorao quartcrs it kas been asscrted that tho now scienco has triumpliautly dcmolished tho ancient liistory of Israol, at all evonts up to the ago of tho foundfttion of tho monarchy, and has thrown considerablo doubt oven upon such Old Testament rccords as bc long to a latcr dato. By tho tcrm "Higher Criticism" is meant, flrstly an enquiry into tho ago and authorship of tho books of tho biblo, and sccondly a judgcment on tho historical charactcr...

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. — 13 May 1892

4 THE BEIOTNGTON BAOTER, ER1DAY, MAY 13, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1892. Slnsle C'oplea ol tlie nnnner, In Wrapper for laallliig If Dealred. TIIHIiE Deuta. Mahcelin Belmare has commenced to build a dwclling houso on Dowey Btrcet. Mit. isd Mns. Fkaxk A. Greenslet aro rejoicing over a daugliter born to them tlio ovening of May 11th. TEMPLE Chapter, No. 8, R. A. M., will hold its rcgular Convocation on Monday, May 10th. Work M. E. M. Tiie Eaglo Squaro Mfg., Co., aro go ing toput in a rcfrigerator for Arthur Sweet's now mcat markot in tuo Adams hlock. Holden Leonaiid & Co., havo pur chascd Mr. Carpentcr's largo team of "Westcrn horses, for hauling freight at tho "Big Mill." Tiie last lccturo of tho University Extcnsiou courso by tho Y. M. C. A. was givcn in tho Sccond Congregational Chapel Monday ovening. Dit. A. 7j. Cutler has placcd in his dental offlco a now latho run by a water motor. Tho Doctor is up to tho timcs in improvoments in his profession. Gno...

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. — 13 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, MAY 13, 1892. 5 "Woodford. Anthony Ilagar Is at Richmond, Mass., on busincss. Mrs. Nancy Knapp tho oldest woman in town, is vory low. F. A. Glcason attonded tho auction at Wilmington Wedncsday. Mrs. William Tudor of Somerset visitcd Tuesday at Mrs Easton's. Vegotation is slow in coming forth. Ono moro wcek will mako a great chango. Adna Ilicks of Rowo, Mass., Mrs. C. C. Easton's cousin, was in town last wook. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dunton of Rut land is visiting hcr sister. Mrs. Geo. W. Knapp. Gilcs Harbottr has built a porch and made othor iraproveraonts on his resi doncc. Tho Summit housp is now roady for Summor guosts, tho travoling public, and trout dinncrs! II. M. Spraguoand Patsoy Callahan havo rcsumed tlieir formor positiohs at tho Mt. Pleasant houso. L. C. Easton obscrvcd Arbor Day by planting somo flno maplo trccs in tho school yard wliero ho is tcaohing. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Ilollistor will start for thoir homo in Illinois Monday, if Mrs. Hollistc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 13 May 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FE1DAY, MAY 13, 1892. TAMMANY'S ANNirERSARY. THE STORY OF IQE OKOANIZATION. The Soclety 1 103 Tara Old Tho Evolu llon frora "JtlK Imllana" to Political Bosses The Flrst Tnmmany Hnll Now The Most Celebrnted Political Soclety in Americu. New York, May 7th. At tho prosont tlmo, wlnle Tammany's annivorary (May 12th) is at hand, and tho faot, toeothor with tho ono that this is tho yoar of a Prcsidontial canvass, bring tho big socio ty into cspccial prorainonco, a glanoo at tho beRinning is timoly. It is ploasant to turn back frora tho turraoil and strifo of tho partisan political organization to to tho pcaceful, plaoid youth and tho in nocont May timo morry rnakings of tho old original Tammany sociotlos. Tho flrst Tammany was a Philadolpliian in stitution and roivod its namo from a fa mous Ponnsylvania Indian. Tho orignals -woro almost puroly bonovolont and so cial in charaotor and purposo, and tho renowncd Dclavraro or Lonni Lonapo chiof whoso namo tho adopted w...

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. — 13 May 1892

THE . BEKNINGTON BAJSNER, ERIDAY, MAY 13, 1892. 5 " WORTII A OUINBA A BOK." COYEHED WITH A TASTr.Lr.3S AMJ J SOLUMLE COATIXG. A WDNDERFUL MEDIGINE FOR '. Indlantlon, Wantof Appetlte, Futtntn ! i nfler Meals, 7'omf (fiipsv Stclin'ss of the Stomacli, JllUoiu or Xf rW Cot J j)IIiif, Slrfc xTeadacir.Cbld C7iil, , i JFlmhlngnof Heat.LomieMof Splr- its,and AUNervous Affectlons. i Tocnre thesa eomplalnts we must remove i the causa. Tbs principal cause is ganerallr to be found in the tomoch nnd llverl )ul 1 I A tiro nrgam right and alt (!! bt will. From " I two to fonr Pills twice a day for ahort time J , wlll remove the evil, and reatore the auserer to aound and lasting healtn. ! Of all drugglsts. Prlco 25 conts a tox. Nnw York Dnnot. SB5 Canal Bt. A MIRAGULOUS GURE1 MRS. EMM A BOW, Waterville, Me. Physicians and Sarsaparilla COULDN'T AND DIDN'T CURE. CRODER'S Dyspepsia Syrup COULD AND DIDI To Tiir. GitoDKit DvsrcrstA Cure Co. Gcntlcmcn : For 5 years I have liad a com. plicated Stomacli nn...

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. — 13 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, MAY 13, 1892. 8 COIUIESPONDENCE. X Vermontor at Honie Acaln. Pawlet, Vt., May 10th, 1802. To Editor of the Sanner: Dear Sin, I loffc tho grcat important City of tho World's Fair nearly two weoks ago, but "boforo I loft, I "took in" tho Grcat Fair grounds again, and I must say I was moro tlian surprised to sce such wondcr iul buildings, and tho progress thoy havo mado up to tho timo of my visit. It ia a grand sight to see what has bcen accom plishcd in tho timo. Twcnty-fivo centa is now charged at tho gato. As thous ands havo bcen constantly going and coming, it rotardod thework, and thoy havo no timo to vasto to accomplish -what is to bo dono. It is no longcr Jaokson Park, it is tho World's Fair as It flaslies ovor tho visitor's vision. Sud denly in tho night as it wero, tho World's Fair has arrivcd. What was nntici pation ycstorday, is a thing to sco with tho eyos of tho body. Tho humau raco, arriving last night, comes to show cer tain matters ovor t...

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. — 20 May 1892

mmtt ixvxum yol. m. BENNESTGTOK YT., ERIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. NUMBER 18. mtm COLE & Wo lcad tho procession in our selo mont is complctc, and willbekept so show common senso noveltics of a hig dinary bcstgrades, yot tho priccs aro cascs wo quoto bolow tho markot. Wo attraotivo dcsigns and peouliarly rofln GoodSj apd wou -S $.4 $&$ pleasod to liavo you call and inspcct Ycs, thcro is a liyoly inquiry about our last ycar, and created so much surpriso say that ,wo aro giving spccial attcnti carry doublo tho usual quantity and vari whcro thoy can bo bought as low, and Thag Our Prices, Wfl lively trado in thcso goods. Our line bo cxccllcd. Tho priccs aro closo on wo tako spccial pains to procuro and blo styles and most popular mako of priccs. Wo aro making tho Clothing priccs. Call and sco us. THE ONE-PRIC Busincsri JOircctori). C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adanis Ulock. Bennington. Vt. 32 C. H. DARL1NU. ArrOUNE Y AT LAW. Oftlce ovcr Flrst National bnnk, 44f Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY ...

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. — 20 May 1892

THE: BENNINGTON BANNEE, EKIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. 2 COIXEGE ORATORY. Tossibly f ow porsons, savo perhaps the much-auushed mother-in-law and tho flc jjtious sumraer girl, havo furnished moro opportunitics for tho clieap wit of tho nowspaper paragraphist than the so callcd callow collego studont, and possi Lly no ono of tho stndont's weaknesses lias bcen moro ridiculcd than his ora tory. Tho June commoiicomcnts fur nish abundant material for tho observ anc funny writcrs, and tho studont, his essay, its niattor and its mannor, aro scoffed at unmorcifully. As in most cascs whero thohumoristand nowspaper wit find tlicir pcouliar fleld for fun, so liore thcre is just cnoufth truth in tho picturcs thoy draw to mako tho likcness oasily rccognizcd. Too often tho avcr age collego senior is a young man who lias spent his four years in study buthas lcarned about asjnuch about tho practi calities of lifo as is shown in tho mock commencoment orations of tho nowspa pers, and knows just as much about t...

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. — 20 May 1892

THE BENMNGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. AT COST FOR READY PAY! GREAT rn BEGINNING JFRIDAY, APRIL 1st. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF DRY QOODS! ladies' and Gents' Hosiery, ladies' and Gents' Underwear, iChildren'sUnderwear and Hosiery, OUItENTlRE 8T0CK0F lCROCKERY, GLASS-WARE, STONE-WARE, CURTAINS AND FIXTURES! Hanging Paper, all kinds Borders, And a host of other Cash Bargalns will be dis playcd during this Clcaring Out Sale. Look where ou will, but don't buy before visitlng NORTH BENNINGTON, VT. WALBRIDGE 4 HAS THI3 WEEK RECIEVED JUST ONE CAR LOAD OF BABY CARRIAGES AND CARTS, SO IF YOU WANT ONE AND OF COURSK YOUDO-TUE BEST THING YOU CAN DO IS TO COME EARLY WHILE TIIEASSORTMENT IS COMPLETE. WE ARE SELLINQ TIIESE GOODS SO CIIEAP TIIAT CUST0MER8 LOOK STARTLED WUEN WE QUOTE P1UCES. EARLY WHITE SCOTTISH OATS. Thisisanew varietyand tliere is only a few of tliem to be liad on ihemarket misyear. Itisa vig orons grower, strong straw, re- markably free from all diseases, early npener and enormousl...

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. — 20 May 1892

4 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, MA1 20, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER.' BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. Slnslo Voplcs of tlie Uaiincr, In Wrnppors fur Ittallliis lr Deslrcu. T1IHRB tieiitn. Mns. .T. H. Ayiies, for sovcral wceks scriously ill, is improving. The dwollings of Goorgo II. Gravcs and II. S. Binghara aro being painted in gay colors. The II. W. Putnam and tlio Tiftany ccmctery lots with thoir new monu mcnts avo vory attractivo. A BukIj Siiiley's dwelling and biirn aro in proccss of crcction, at tho sarao tirao making it a busy corncr. It would not bo a bad idoa to havo a little rivalry among residents to soo who will liavo tfio finest lawn this soason. The residcnco of Mrs. W. II. Brad ford with its now, lieht colors can bo sccn distinotly from Bonnlngton Centro. Read what Mrs. McLeod says in anotlior placo to-day, about lier "seoond opcning" salo of Millinory tho flrst lot having bccn closed out. Fkeaii takes ono-eighth of tho Bax neu to-day and tho wholo pago will bear carof...

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. — 20 May 1892

THE. BENNINGTON BANNER, EBLDAY, MAY 20, 1892. woman crcates a fccling of fatiguo in tho pbysical systcm, aud at Buch timcs a man sottles down into a stato o mcntal collapso, liko an cmpty bag. Ob, tliat an Edlson miglit mvcnt some ingenious applianco, wlioro theso annual and Bomi-antiual liouso cleaninRs coulcl boperfomcd by electricity, tbat silcut efflciont raistrcss of humau industry and tlms cmancipato worncu from a madness which is fast bocotning porpotual, as our family abodcs aro enlargcd and finislied witli moro olaborato art. Uli I tbat a Colurabus migbt discovor some placo of quict retreat wlioro man in this beautiful Spring timo of tho yoar, could rctiro, and, frco from fomalo, lntor ferenco, escapo tho horrid vexations of thcso crazy houso cleanings. East Arlington. Mr and Mrs. Perkins Farnham aro movi'n" into Uieirnew placo of rcsidcncc. Tho Loval Temporanco Legion expcct on Snnday ovoaing, May 22ud. Mrs. C. J. Androw, who has boon abscnt for somo timo in Wbitohall, and...

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. — 20 May 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNES, FEIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. SDMMElt flOHES. -Among tho Green nilU and AIodc tba Shores of Lake Champlain. Vermont is a Stato tliat luckilyhas cscaped tlie blicliting influenco of the l)oomor. Whilo sho has becn fortunato in tliis rcspect, sho has, pcrhaps, been retanlcd in development by tho too con servativo spirit herotoforo displayod by her citizcns in a lack of judicious advor tisinp. The people of Vermont now seo tho necessityof making tho resources tind advantafjes of tho Stato known to the public. Its physical foatures aro variod, uniquo and wonderful. But. aftor all, tho most striking featuro of this Stato is tho decided abandon with which naturo has lavishcd hor choicest gifts. No region in tho world has ro. ceived cqual recotrnition at hor hands. On mountain, and in valo, on hill and plain, thero ilourish in sujporbundanco thoso well springs of life-giving, ago-re-nowing nttributes tliat can bo found nowhere elso. Emerald pasturo lands, whero thou sands ...

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. — 20 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNT3R,- EKIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. 7 iwwwwwwwwttwC.!Sii i t " WORTH A GUINE AABOX' , Sleepy.j Ifamanlsdrowsy, ln the day Ume aftor a good ntght's sloop, thore's Indlges tlon and stomach dlsorder. BEECHAM'S Dm n D eT by romovlug tho waste S lng t" esystom, wlll curo all nUlnu qulckl; rellete Slck Hcndncho. Covered with a Tastelest andSoluble CoaHng. f Of all aruggists. rnra i . S NewYorkDepot,365Canal8t. Mr. FBED POOLEB SAYS IS OUR REMEDY. Mr. Frcil r-onler, of Waterville, Mo., a lcndliig Orocer and ltenl Estato Dealer, f or inany yenrs Town Select man niul Clty Aldermnn. says: I cannot call mysolf a chronio dyspeptic, althougli I am oftcn troubled with distrcss aftor eatlnpr, and nt tlmes, Heartburn and Snur Stomacli, also Hcadacho and Con stipatlon. I must say tliat I never use Oroder's liotanlo Pyspcpsln Syrup wltliout lecciv lngalmost lnstant i ellcf. 1 kecp lt in iny hmio as a houseliold remedy. My wlfo thinks tliat slio cannot Hvo without it. I havo piven lt to my c...

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. — 20 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. GREAT Fl RE INSURA NCE STOC K REDUCT I0M FOR REASONS ucst known to tlic cost orinsurance to MR. FRE raattcrs tliat uiakcs quite a SERI IAIIS' worth orpropcrty at CANN givc liis cuslomcrs EXOESSIVE B son, it Is absolutcly ncccssary th Insuranccpollcy. Wltli tlils cnd QUALITY at llic LOAVEST TOSSIB ImTC room to mcntlon l)iit a few tlicmsclFCS thc INSURANCE COMP AR. In othcr words, tlicy havc OUS DIFFERENCE. Mr. Frear lia ON TLACE, $230,000 AYorth OWNE ARGAINS, and vrlillc tlie stock in at it uc Tcry nincli rcilnced at on in riew Mr. Frcar lias spcnt a wc LE PRICES, but dnrlng tlie rcmn of tlic offerings for tlie coming ANIES have rcccntly cstabllslicd ADYANCED THE RATE on the TR s not acccptcd any lnsnrancc at D BY MR. FREAR, nnon whicli tU value now, ovc FOUR IIUNDRED ce. Mr. Frcar rccognlzcs tlie fa ck among lils dcpartmcnts, inak ant orthe 3I0NTII OF MAY lt Intc wcck CULLED AT RANDOM from a ratc on Mr. Frear's propcrty at OY BAZAAR Irom ...

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