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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 May 1892

tmm mtmt VOL. LIL BENNINGTON, VT., ERIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. NUMBER 19. COLE & Wo lcad tho proccssion in our solo tnont is coraploto, and will be kopt so show common sonso novoltics of a hig dinary bcstgrades, yot tho prices aro cases wo quoto bclow tho markct Wo attractivo dcsigns and peculiarly rcfln Goods, arid wou 04xSS 4x$ m$5 44 pleascd to havo you call and inspeot Yes, thoro is a liyoly inquiry about our last year, and creatcd so much surpriso say that wo aro giving spccial attenti carry doublo tho usual quantity and vari whcro thoy can bo bought as low, and Thag Our Priees, We livoly trado in thcso goods. Our line Tjo oxccllcd. Tho prices aro closo on wo tako spccial pains to procuro and hle styles and most popular mako of prices. Wo aro making tho Clothing prices. Call and seo us. THE ONE-PRIC JBusincss JDircctory. 0. H. MASON. . ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Ulock. Bennington. Vt. 32 C. H. DARLINU. ArTOUNEY AT LAW. Offlce ovcr First Natlonal bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY P...

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. — 27 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EBIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. A 8KE1CH OF JSARIiY CA1.IFOBMA DATB. The following story is based upon faots. Somo ot tho parties who paid, years apo, heavy assessraents to avoid expensivo and almost holpless Htigation Btill hold the rescued propcrty; others, who at ono timo lost all their earthly possessions through tho fraudulent crants, aro still living in our mldst. Many years ago, two brothers born and reared in Now Harapshlro, ono named Mat F. Graythorn and tho other Nat T. Graythorn, bado caoh othor Rood-bye, as it provcd for tho lasttimo. Tho flrst re turncd to his rocky farm in the Whlto Mountams, while the sccond sought larae, fortuno and happiness on the 8ea and in foroifrn lands. Mat, tho older of tho two, dovoid of energy or worldly ambition, plodded on in poverty, as his father bcforo him had done, Krumbling at his lot, but novor trying to bctter it; whiloNat, tho young cr, af ter many wanderings, by a utrange freak in the whcol of fortune, found him self,...

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. — 27 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. 3 XtOnreiConsbt, Oolds, Bore Tfcroat,Croup,Wlioop ing Coughf Bronehltii vA Atthma A.ruiaertibr Conivnpuon ln llrit ugei, and a nri rcllcf ta fcdTtnoed ittfes. um t ooc. Yoawillte6theexoUentffeet after Ukin j the flnt dote. Boid bj dMicn tTwrwtnr Urg BotUo- M eosU aad iUXX It Coret lnfloensa. HAS THI3 WEEK RECIEVED JUST ONE CAR LOAD OF BABY CARRIAGES AND CARTS, SO IF YOU WANT ONE AND OF COUItSE YOUDO-TIIE nEST THING YOU CAN DO IS TO COME EARLY WHILE THE ASSORTMENT IS COMPLETE. TYE ARE SELLINQ TIIESE GOOD3 SO CIIEAP TIIAT CU8T0MERS LOOK STARTLED WIlEN WE QUOTE PRICES. 1 EARLY WHITE SCOTTISH OATS. TPhisisanew varietyand there is only a few of them to be liad on themarket tliisyear. Itisa vig orous grower, strong straw, re markably free from all diseases, early ripener and enormously pro dactive ; has great longlieads fUled to the tips with fine, plump, solid, heavy whi e kernels, of large size and thin hull. Jast recoived a large stock of th...

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. — 27 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, MAY 27," 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. Slnslo Uoples of tlio Uanner, In "W'rappers for Itlulllnc lr JJeMred. TUItUIt Ueiim. Passenoer travel begins to pick up. "Sweet fleldsall dressod in living grcon." Mrs. Henry E. Bradford has ro turned frdm Chicago. The mclancholy days of houso-clean-ing havo jusc passcd tlio sloppiest of tho yoar. Miss Jessie Smitii spent Sunday with tho family of Wm. M. Sariford in Troy, N. Y. The Kings Daughtcrs mcot with Mrs. Frank Ilarwood Friday, Juno Gd, at 4 o'clock. p. m. Mrs. Edward W. Bradford is im proving from hcr illnoss, and liopcs soon to bo around again. O.VE dollar and a half in advanco pays for tho Banner ono full yoar, and tho Now York Weekly Tribune. Maj. A. B. Valentine is laid up a i ow days with an abcoss. IIo hopcs to be around again by tho first of tho wcek. See our insido pagcs for intorcsting matter rolating to tho great Columbian School Exposltlon on tho 12th of Octobcr. Tat...

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. — 27 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. manchester Depot. IlEADquAisTEns Skinneh Post, ?OST, ) !i, 1892. ) MANCHKSTrn DEroT, Mav 24Ui Comrades: In obcilioncQ to' National and Dcpartmcnt ordors, and also to do that which should bo a plcasuro t6 all soldiors, wo will mect onco moro on tho 30th of May to bonor tho meraory of thoso gono bcforo, by decorating tlioir gravcs with flowers. In pursuanco of that which has bocome a custom witb us as comrades of tho G. A. R., you will ob Bcrvo tho following programmo for Mo morial Day. K. II. Linsey, P. C. F. B. Warner, Adjt. Comrades of tho Post and othor organ izations will form in front of tho Opera housc, Manchester Ccntro, at 9 a. m. M. W. Utley, Marshal; R. n. Linsoy, Commander; F. B. Warner, Adjutant; J. C. Blackmcr, Ofllccr of tho Day. At 9.30 o'clock tho procession will start for tho cometory whero tlio following ser viccs will bo hold: chargo by Post Com mander, music, prayerby Post Chaplain, addrcss by Commandor, address by OfH ...

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. — 27 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. 6 Tho Abandonecl Farm Scare. It i8 rathor amusing to noto what a Bolemn silenco lias fallen upon tlio freo trado organs, reijardinB tneir former pet issuo of New England decadonce. Four years ago they pointed out that our farms wero being abandoncd by tho hundrcd and agriculturo was dying out bccauso tho farmers wero ground to doath undor tho iron heol of protcction. The clamorledto Investitjation. Ver mont, New Hainpshire and Massachus etts looked up tbe matter, but found nothing to bo alarmed about. Tho agi tation showcd that somo farms had Been abandoned because tboy wero worn out and somo because tho owners could make a better living in tho manufaotur ing towns, and raany bccauso tho at tractions of the great West wero irresist lblo. But no soonor was publio atton tion callod to the faot that thero woro good farms for salo in thoso States than they bogan to bo callod for. In Ver mont tho re-poopling of tho farms that aro worth working...

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. — 27 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKLDAYi MAT 27,. 1892. 11 Dislodge Bile, iStir up the Liver, Oure Sick-Headache, Female Ailments, Remove Disease and Promote Good Healthi Oorered with a Taiteless & BohMe Ooatkuj. Famous the world over. Aslc for Beechara's and take no others. rt in rttrrii. Prlee 2K eenta a box. MRH. IiUCT A. FARNTTAM, Presqae Islo, Me., SAYS: Groder's Syrup IS MY REMEDY, FOR IT GONTAINS NO ALCOHOL. Pleasant to Take, Instant Re Iief and Sure Cure. I ask the attentlon of ladlcs ln a ipeclal Thli ts THANKFUL to cer- tlfy that I had bcen a severe suffcrcr from uyspepsia, neuraigiu nuu jiiuuti huuvig iw a long tlmc. I was grcatly troubled wlth our stomach, hcart burn, htadache, nerrouiness, and I J constlpatlon, and was weak across my back. Through my f attaer I was Induced to try tbis Syrup. This I did GRODER'S day free Irom paln and completely cured. I feel that lt ls my duty to placo my testlmony before the thousands o: laaies inat are suner. Ineto.dar mr"T" A Bl I Just as ...

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. — 27 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, i'KIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. ft 1PI I nnfl LjLiLi FREAR'S GREAT FIRE INSURANCE STOCK REDUCTION SALE. WHITE GOODS STARTEflS At Frear's great flre Insurancc 1 stock rcduction sale yougotS y'ds QAn of 46-inch Vlctoria Lawn for i OVti Wortli Special Notice. Yellow Cards liHic plald, eheck, and strlped ) mainsoolc nre ts be offered during Of, Frear's great sale at thc low price, ) O Vy. LOOK FOR THE YELLOW CARDS, 500 yards of 30c India Llncn can be obtained during thls great yei low llcket sale for 15c. NOTICE THE YELLOW CARDS. 6 yards of the latest noveltyln') f III I ted &f $1.50 ueuiauicueu lawn, naic pnnieu uouy m Deaumui muia silk ce Bigns; Frear has made the prlce for thls great sale 6 yards for j Tell your Neighbors. Yellow Cards, Odd lots In check, plald and) stripcd lawns and nalnsooks bave ! l An yellow tickct which rcads ) XvfC READ THE YELLOW CARDS. The 60-Inch Muslin le Inde, es-1 peclally adapted lor graduatmgl Kf, nresses, you can secure during; OvrC I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 3 June 1892

mmtt mmn BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, JTJNE 3, 1892. VOL. LK NUMBER 20. COLE & Wo lcad tho proccssion in our selo -mont is completo, aud willbekopt so sbow common scnso novelties of a hig dinary bestgradcs, yot tho prices aro cascs wo quoto below tho markot. Wo attractivo designs and pcc.uliarly rofin GooclSj arjd wou .AAAAAA &&&&4G ploasod to havo you call and inspcct Ycs, thero is a liyely inquiry about our last yoar, and croated so much surpriso say that wo aro giviug spocial attcnti carry doublo tho usual quantity and vari whoro thoy can bo bought as low, and Thar) Our Prices, We livoly trado in thcso goods. Our line bo oxcelled. Tho prices aro closo on wo tako spocial pains to procuro and blo stylcs and most popular mako of prices. Wo aro makihg tho Clothing prices. Call and seo us. THE ONE-PRIC Busincss EHrcctor. 0. II. MASON. ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennington. Vt. 32 G. II. DARLINU. ArTORNKY ATLAW. Offlce over First National bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 3 June 1892

' GKAD0ATION DAY. With a wideninR circlo dissatisfaction is growing with tlio usual llno of "grad uating oxorcises" in our Uigh schools. Comparativoly fow llinn scuooi pnnci pals or tcachors fully approvo tliom, whilo tlio moro intolligont part of tho community feols tlioirunwholesomcness, if nottlieirdiscredit, to tlio school sys- 6And yot ovorybody feels that somo corcmony of the kind isfitting and do sirablo. A class of young peoplo who havo porsevored in complotlng a long courso of study have dono a commenda blo and valuabio thing bbth for tbem solvcs and tho Stato, and thoy dcsorvo somo mark of publio rccognition andcon-i eratulation. Tho community owes ittoit lelf to signalizo tho ovont in a way show ing that it apprcciatcs tho bonofitit has rccoivod and tho honor which is dono it. A young man or woman, whu has gono through a courso of school training, ought to bo quite a difforent porson from what ho or sho would havo boon without such training. Tlio uinoreuco oubui iu bo a d...

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. — 3 June 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EEIDAY, JUNE 3, 1892. AT THE NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. Jty doctor says It ncts pontly on the stomach, llTrr lndkldneya.nndlsapleasant laxattre. This drink ti mado from herbs, and ls prepared for uso as caslly tstea. Itlscalled All dru?gtsts sell It nt 50c and J 1.00 per package. uf ono touajr. Lntie'i Fnnilly Aleillrinn movrs tho bnnrls cacb day. In ordcr to bo hcalthy, Uil. tneccssary. 0 0 WALBRIDGE 1 UA.S THI3 WEEK RECIEVED JUST ONE CAR LOAD OF BABY CARRIAGES AND CARTS, SO IF YOU WANT ONE AND OF COURSK YOUDO-THE BEST THING YOU CAN DO IS TO COMEEARLY WHILE TUEASSORTHENT IS COMPLETE. WE ARE SELUNQ TIIESE GOOD3 SO CIIEAP TIIAT CUSTOMERS LOOK STARTLED WIlEN WE QUOTE rRlCES. s 1 EARLY WHITE SCOTTISH OATS. -000- Thisisanew varietyand there is only a few of them to be liad on Uiemarket tlusyear. Iusa vig orons arower, strona straw. re markably free from all diseases, earlv rinener and enormously pro- .ductive ; has great longhe...

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. — 3 June 1892

'4 THE BEKNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, JTINE 3, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON : FRIDAY, JUNE3, 1802. Stngle voploa ol tlio Bnnner, In TTrappers for irialllnc lr Delred. TnnEE Veut. Miss Mauel Norton is in Now York City. Mns. II. W. Mahtin has becn quito ill, but is bottcr. Mrs. J. A. SirrEBLYof Hoosick Falls, N. T., is in town for a fow days. Mrs. S. noLCOMn of Iloosick Falls, N. T., lias becn visiting Mrs. Mooro for n fow days. Miss Emma Norton, who lias been quito Bick from tbo cffccts of la Grippc, is improving. Miss Fanny Sipperly of Molroso, N. Y., is quito ill at hcr prcsont homo, with Mrs. 6. A. Wattles. W congratulato Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Shurtleff. on tbo addition of a now daughtor to tlioirfaniily. En. L. Bates is flnely grading tbo land soutb of bis botiso, which bo recontly purcbascd of A. D. Stowart. Mits. Henry E. Bradford and Mrs. C. II. Dowoy and daugbtor, bavo gono to Boston, Mass., to visit fricnds. If you want to soo a work of . art tako a look at Nicbols' windows...

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. — 3 June 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, JUNE 3, 1892. Arlington. MEMORIAL SUNDAY. On Sunday morning last Dudloy Post, No. 23, G. A. II., assemblod, and, with tho S. O. V.. irent to St. Jamcs cburch in a body, to nttend divino eorvicca in accoruanco witu tno custom ana noau quartors1 rcgulations. This Post num bors about 40 raombors, and somo 35, ro- lnlorceil Dy a gooaiy company ot tno Sons of Yotorans, woro in attondanco up on tho scrvicos. Tho sermon by tuo rcctor, tho Kov. R. C. Scarinr;, is an ablo cftort, and by dosire of tho Post, is pub lishcd bolow. Tho musical part of tho sorvlco was fino. Wo r;ivo tho MEMORIAX. DISCOUR9E. Pmrlalm vathU amonir the Gentlles: Precare war, wake up the mighty men, let 11 the men of wararaw near, iei lacm corue up; ueut jur n awihnrpq intft HvnrdR. ftnd TOUr rjruninir UOOKS intosperirs; lettheweak say, "I am strong." joei in.. :ju. And he hall judge among many peopie.ana re- buke stronr nntions Uions atar off; and tlieysliall beat their swords lnto plows...

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. — 3 June 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, PKIDAY, JUNE 3, 1892. T11E KURAI. 8CHOOL8. .Methoda lr Which They May 16 1m proveil, A Set Forth tn an Ablo Ad tlreis Recently Dellvered by Stato Superlntendent Edwlu F. falmer. Tlie following addrcss was dellvorod "beforo tlie Windam County Toraona Qrange at a meoting liold at Brattleboro Jastmontli: In 1890 thero woro onrollcd in tlio publio sohools of this Stato 05,003 scholars botwoon tlio ages of flyo and 18 yoars; 2305 attonded acadomies, and 3020 parochlal sohools. Of tho pupils in tho publio sohools, 15,044 or noarly ono nuartcr of all, woro in tho 40 trraaod schools. Tho averago longth of tho gradcd schools was 35 wooks and four Uays. Tho avorago length of all tho schools in tho Stato was only 27 weeks and ono day. Of tho 2270 sohool districts, 1175 with 23,055 scholars about ono third of all niaintain schools of only 24 wooks. In short, it is substantially truo that in 40 districts 15,044 pupils woro in schools Of 30 wcoks; in 780 districts 20 002 ...

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. — 3 June 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EEiLDAY, JXJNE 3, 1892. AJ30X? BLIND They are blind who will 5 not try a dox oz BEEGHAM'S PILLS tnr fha riltnnfArl whlch Srowout of impaireuj Mge.tlon. For u IVenk Slonmch, Con. j tlnntlnIUordered 1 -i. nHnnnilniiif nn1 Nerrnin nllmenu, Uiej une xno place olnn entire medlclne cheit. CDVERED WITH A TASTELESS AND SOLUBIE COATIND. nviici - , : ui an uiuKfs jje t 6 Canal St J MRS." LIZZIb" SIMPSON, Waterville, Mo. COMPLETELY BRQKEN DOWN With Constipation, Indigestion and Piles, With out Faith, but EHTIRELY CURED 1 Slie is the wlfe of our well known and rc. spected pollcemnn, George H. Slmnson, and by hlm liis dcvoted wlfe was iuilucedto try tho remedy that liad curcd him of n stomach trouble. Sliosays; Gcntlemcn Tliree ycars ngo I became the vlctlm of constnnt constipation and indlges- iTriGRODER'SSlVS brought on me thc worst klnd ol I'lles.in fact my whole system scemcd to bo aflected. Tho lcast food I atc would distress me terribljr, and fill my stomach full of ...

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. — 3 June 1892

THE BENlSflNGTCXN BATNER, FBIDAY, JUjSTE 3, 1892. C0BRE8P0NDENCE. Onr Mluncsota Letter. Minneapolis, May 25tb, 1892, To the Mttor of the Banner. Dear Sm.- The lotter in the last Banner, on Uiouccstor an lts catnedrai, bv Jidgai L. W. Wakeman -was particularly inter- esting to us from its associations with mothers cuilduoou homo. wbicb was jast across tho Sevcra river from thoro and sho was familiar, -in hor glrlkood days, witu tno pccuiiarlty ot street, etc, ot which Mr. wakeman sneaks. Reading tbo articlo brings to my mind tram of tnougiits ana laucies lounaea on wnac motuer lias toia mo anu j thouirbt nerhans somo ono would bo in torcsted in tho Barao thinjrs. so I civo you a fow lines. Motbor used to enjoy tbo picturca on tho cathcdral walls and otner works ot art to uo iouna tnere. Amontr tho most strikintr romiuisconces -wbicb sbo rotains of tbo stories told of tho old times thoro, is ono about Crom well (by tbo way bo laoks conaidorablo of bomtr hcr ideal of a hero). but tbo s...

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. — 10 June 1892

mwm BENNINGTON, VT., FBIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. vol. m. NTJMBER 21. mmmt COLE & "Wo lcad tho proccssion in our solo mont is completo, aud will be kopt so show coramon senso noveltios o a hig dinary bcstgrades, yot tho priccs aro casos wo quoto bclow tho markct. Wo attraotivo dcsigris and peculiarly rofln GoodSj ajpd wou 44S0 -4-$3k3-33 ploased to havo you call and inspcct Yes, thero is a liycly inquiry about our last year, and created so much surpriso say that wo aro giving special attcnti carry doublo tho usual quantity and vari whoro thoy can bo bought as low, and Thar) Our Prices, We livoly trado in theso goods. Our lino bo cxcelled. Tho priccs aro closo on wo tako special pains to procuro and blo stylcs and most popular mako of priccs. Wo aro making tho Clothing prices. Call and sco us. THE ONE-PRIC Business HJircctorj). O. H. MASON. A TTOUNEY AT LAW. . . Adams' uiock. uennington. vu r. H. DAKL1NG. AXTORNEYATLAW. Offlce over First Natlonal bank, 41tf Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PAR...

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. — 10 June 1892

THE BENNINGTON BAJSTNEE, EJttlDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. THE COST OF T.IVING Seroral -vreeks ago we printed a letter from a workingman, in tbo Hoston Journal, rcgarding tho cost of living and tbo improvcd conoition of -wago earnors -'under protectiOH. It dcalt in -facts in a very practical Way, and its statemcnts liavo beon -widoly commented on. It , appears that a number of frco tradors havo thought it worth -wliilo td attack tho writor with inquirles and plausiblo statemcnts of approvca ireo iraue thcories. Wo givo his roply to somo of thcso inquiries, and wo commend bls pungent and intoiosting lotter to our readors. Thoro is moro bard-beaded common scnso in it tban in a balf dozon freo trado trcatises. Tbo two letters, ' tirintad togothor would not mako a bad tract fbr circulation among workingmen, " as-follows: My noto concorning cost of living has arousou quito a largo numuor ot pcopio, and to answer oach ono Beparatoly is too rrrfi.it a tax on mv timo. n , . i n' n -r T 1 1 " I l A i...

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. — 10 June 1892

THB BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, JUNB 10, 1892. i It Onres Cougha, Colds, Sora Throat, Gron;,Whoop. lng Cough, Bronchitis aod Asthma. A ocmln oare for Consumptiori ln nrit iuga, tnj inrt rellef ln adranced tages. Doaiut. YouwUlseethaexceUenteiTect after taking the flrst dott. Sold bj dealeri trtrjvhen. LargBo(UavtOoeDUUl$LOaL It CuTCd Influonza. IIAS THI3 WKEK RECIEVED JUST ONE CAR LOAD OF BABY CARRIAGES AND CARTS, SO IF YOU WANT ONE AND OF COORSK YOUDO-TIIE BEST TIIING YOU CAN DO IS TO COMEEARLY WHILE ' TIIE ASSORTMENT IS COMPLETE. WE ARE SELliINQ TIIESE GOODS tSO CIIBAP TIIAT CUSTOMERS J.O0K bTARTLED WliEN WE QUOTE FRICES. EftRLY WHITE SCOTTISH OATS. Thisisanew varietyand there is only a few of them to be liad on Ihemarket thisyear. It is a vig orous grower, strong straw, re markably freo from all diseases, early ripener and enormously pro ductive ; lias great longheads filled to the tips with fine, plump, solid, lieavy wni e keroels, of large size and thin hnll. Just received a lar...

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. — 10 June 1892

4 THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, EEIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY JUNE 10, 1802. Slnslo uoilon of tlio Bnnncr, ln "Wrappcrs for laalllng lf Dcxlrod. TIIIMtli Ueiits. Itepubllcnn Cuucun. Tbe Republlcan voters of the town of Benning. ton are rcquestedto meetln caucus at the Villago Rooms, Park lllock, on Saturday af teraoon, June 11th. 1612, at 4 o'clock, to elect eight delegates and eight altomatea to the Itepubllean State Con ventlon, tobo held ln Burlington, June 22, 1S82. I. E. GIBSON. ) E. D. WELLINQ, Town Commltte. J. P. HARWOOD.J Bennington, Vt, June 6th, 1892, The II. A. Chapter work tho Royal Aroh degreo noxt Monday ovening. Miss Lillian Yalentine is homo f rom school for tbo Suramer vacation. Miss. W. 0. Hiddell of Buffalo, N. T., is visiting at Attornoy J. B. Meacham's. Miss Elizabetii Abbott is to return from St Agncs school for tho Trinity tido vacation tliis weok. Ouk latcst advices from County Court aro to tho cffoct that tho libcl suit mentioned in ...

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