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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 10 June 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. Lo ono of tbo most iraportant dioceses in Now England. Tlio choico fell udod. tho Ilov. John Stophcn Michaud who was associatcd in tho choico with two othor nriests of ability in Vermont Tho ap pointmcnt was proraulgated April 7th, and tho nows was cablcd to this country, tlio fortunate bishop-olcot recoivinff no tico from his diocesan, April 10th, as etatod in our colurans at tho timo. Tho Aspotolio lettors havo beon expoctcd for somo timo. Not only tho Catholio pooplo of this Stato but thoso of many othor Statcs havo bcon anxiously await ing tho arrival of tho bull of Topo, Leo. XIII. in this mattor. Ithasboen suggostcd that, possibly, tho consccration would tako placo in tho now church horo, tho ono Fathor Michaud had bcnn tliomeans of orecting. but a momcnt'8 tliourfit would havo lod our nowspapor scribblors to withhold Buch au itom, bocauso tho "otornal fit ncss of thinss" requircs tliat tbo pros poctivo cncumbout of a oathodral sbo...

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. — 10 June 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. MY SPECDLATION. "I tell you, sir, I will not give ray sanction iinlcss by tho lastof noxt month you can show mo a balanco nt your bankor's of 5,000, or securities in your own namo to that valuo." "But, Mr. Saymour, whcro do you think 1 am Roinj; to got 5,000 fromin less tlian a month? Nellio and I are both young and can afford to wait for botter times. I am confldontial clork to ono of tho bcst flrms of stockbrokers. and havo ovory reason to bcliovo I ahall oneday bccomo a partnor. Mysalary irom thom is 230, and my unolo allows xno 400 a ydar and looks upon mo as his Leir. What more can you want?" "It is of no uso prolonging tho discus slon, Mr. Bartlev. It is for your own sakes I do this. Whon mydaughtor marrics I shall settlo 10,000 upou hor, .and I think hor husband tioiight to hayo .at least 5,000. If, as I said bofore, you liavo that suin by tho first of April noxt, I will sanction your cngagomont. If not, I shall uso ovory means ...

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. — 10 June 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. "TOORTH A QDINEAAJBOX 5 QEBWIU1MVI F WEIS l (Tasteless Efifectual. ) i For Sick-HeadacheJ Impaired Digestion,? T .iver Disorders and; SFemale Ailments. Rcnowned all over tne wona. Corered wlth a Tasteless & Solnble Costlng. a n.Mima anrl tafce no others. $Made at St. Helens, England. Sold by i druggists and dealers. Price SB nts a ? Jbox. New Yorlc Depot, 36sCanalSt. Mr. HENRY H0X3E, Tho well-known Trucl:man nnd Jnbbor, of Watervlllo, Me., testlflcs to tho merits of GRODER'S BOTANID BTSRKU Ml For n long tlmo I was troubled wlth a distressed fcellng In luy stomacli, paiu and dlzzy fecllng in my head, and at timea would liavoasovcro headacho; waa notfreo from Constlpatlon; In fact, I had Indlgcs tion ln a bad form. I connncnccd to use Groilor's Dotnnlc Dyspepsia Syrup, and tlio distrcss in my stomach dlsappearud, niy bcad bccamo clear, I liad no dlzzy fecllng, and now I enjoygood Iiealtb. I checrfully recoiumcnd it to any ono troubled ...

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. — 10 June 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. 8 The Order Eastera Star. Tho Order Eastorn Star of Vermont tnet iu lts nineteenth annual conyocation at Manchester Centre, Wetlncsday. Tho Grand Chapter has ovor 1500 mcmbcis among23 subordinato Chaptors. Thcie was a gain of ono Chaptor and 200 raom bera in tho year closing May lst, 1892. Tho roport of tho Grand Trcasurer showed a total of $030 in tho trcasury. Tho oxpcnscs of tho sosslon was about $200. Thorollof tho Convocation was M5 votcs and all mattcrs of business wore intelligently and oxpcditiously dis patclied so that tho Grand Chapter closod Wodncsday ovcniriR. Tho anuual Convocation of 1893 will bo hold in St Johnsbury. Tho Ritual of tho Order -was flncly cxcmpliflcd in tho ovoning by Adoniriam Chaptor, No. 22, aftor which an elcgant banquet was spread by tho mombors of that Chapter. Man chester pooplo, in fact, outdld thom selvcs in Uio genorous hospitality dis jiensed to their guosts. Hon. D. K. Si monds presidcdat tho post...

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. — 17 June 1892

mnm YOL. m. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1892. NUMBER 22. COLE & BURT! TI CMDID1T1S. M. BLAIl'S MESSAGE. S$5 ction of Spring Clothing. Onr assort throughout tho soason. Our goods or quality in ovcry rcspcct than the or not abovo tho ordinary, and in many know you will approciato truo valuo, cd crcationsin boys' and childron's Wolcad tho iirocossion in our solo mcnt is complcto, and will bo kopt so show commou scnso novolties o a hig dinary bostgrades, yot tho priccs aro Whon tho ballot was takcn at Minnoapolis which nominatcd Prcs.ident Harri-. son, Mr. Blaino was at tho Ilotol Brunswick, in Boston, on his way to Bar Harbor. A roportcr of tho Boston Journal scnt up a noto asking if Mr. Blaino wished to say anything coucerning tho action of tho convention. Mr. Blaino submitted to tho Journai roprcsontativo tho following autograph lcttcr, giving it to him in apprecia tion of tho loyal sorvices of tho Boston Journal in tho past: FROM THE BOSTON JOURNAL.l casos wo quoto ooiow u...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 17 June 1892

Tm BENKDSTGTON BAftNER, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 2 DEFEWS SPEECn. iu Ablo Ttlbuto to HarrUon'a Ailiuln " Utrntlon. ATlicn tho checrs which followed tho speech of tho colored delcgatc had snb mded tho namo of Now York was called. As tho courtly Depew aroso C000 Ilarrison represcnlatives burst into ono mighty cheer. It is the pcculiarity of Kepublican Xational conveutions that each ono of them has a distinct and interesting history. We aro liero to mcot conditions and solvo probloms which mako this gathering not only no cxccption to tho rule, but substantially a now departuro. That thcro should be strong con victions and their carncst oxprcssion as to prefcrenccs and policies is charactcr istio of tho right of individual judcmcnt, which is tho fundamental principlo of Itepublicanism. Thoro havo bcen oc casions when tho rcsult -was so suro that tho dclcgatcs could frcoly indulgo in tho charming privileco of favoritism and of friendship. But tho situatiou which now confronts us domands tho exer...

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. — 17 June 1892

dh AT PLEASflMT 11" iHE NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BRIQHT ANO NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS OETTER. , Wy doctor says tt acts gcntly on tho stomach, lkor dSldney.indliapleasanf loxatlve. Tbli dilnk b made from herbs, ond ls prepored forose easlly Utea. Itlscalled LflHE'S MEDIGIME Alldraggiststell itnt 60c and 81.00 per packao. Jay one KMlay. Lano'a Fnmlly Aledlrlne moira tho bowel cachday. In onlei to be healthy, UUV" snccesaary. Iffiff WALBRIDGE IIAS THIS WEEK RECIEVED JUST ONE CAR LOAD OF BABY CARRIAGES AND CARTS, SO IP YOU WANT ONE-AND OF COURSE YOUDO-TIIE BEST THING YOU CAN DO 18 TO COME EAIILY WHILE 1 TIIE ASSORTMENT 13 COMPLETE. WE ARE SELUNG TIIESE (JOODS BO CHEAP TIIAT CUSTOMERS LOOK STARTLED WIlEN WE QUOTE PRICES. EARLY WHITE SCOTTISH OATS. Thisisanew varietyand there is only a few of tliem to be liad 011 themarket thisyear. Itisa vig orous grower, strong straw, re markably free from all diseases, early ripenor and onormonsly pro ductive ; lias great longlieads filled to the lips witli ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 17 June 1892

THE BENOTNGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, JUNE 17, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FRIDAY JUKE 17, IS02. Slngle Uopiesj ol tlio Bnunor, ln TVrappera for Ittallluc lf Deilred. THRBB Cenu. Tho cottage that Walter Dunham is building is quito styllsb. John S. Holden has purchased two fine stylo carriages for family uso. S. B. Sanford and daughter havo ar rired at their summer rcsidenco in Ben nington Contro for tho season. Miss Tibbets and friend frora Troy, N. Y. have arrivod at tho Walloomsac summor hotol, Bennington Centro. Some flno grading is bcing dono around Lashermill, from dirt that is being carted from tho Stark house exca vations, Mns. Greensiet, who has passcd tho winter with hcr son. Goo. B. Groonslot in Glen Falls, N. T., has roturned to her homo hore. TiiERt. Rov. Coadjutor Bishop-olcct Hichaud, goes to Montroal noxt weok to raake his retreat, proparatory to his con- secratioif Juno 20tn. Major Coffey is building a fcnco of wiro notting (which looks nice), on tlio Soldlers' Homo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 17 June 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FEIDAY, JUNE 17, 1892. aho was last hcro, but timo nnd tho "West BOoms to acai jjonuy wii.ii i. The entcrtainment by class flyo. of tho Baptist Sunday school at Bank Hall, on Friday oyoninjr, Juno 10th, was well patronizod, tho net procoods amounting to about twonty dollars, to apply on tho pareonaRO f und. Childrcn'e Day was nppropriately ob servcd at tho mornlni sorrico in tho Baptist church last Sunday. Many flowors wero usod in tho decorations, nnd tho wordsof tho pastor with other suitablo sorvices mado lt a yory ploasant occstsion J. A. Boals of Galva, 111., hrothor-in-law of Mrs. W. G. Shaw, has boon Btop pine horo for a weok or two. Ho lost his wife somo months slnco. wnom no marriod in CasUoton, Vt, and lias beon for a timo East visiting incnds. Tho rocont oycloue which was so disastrious to tho town of Galva, will haston his re turn homo. Jamcs S. McKeo of Danville, 111., with his daughtcrs, Missos Alico and Millio, aro spending a fow days with Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 17 June 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, JUNE 17, 1892. 'A 1U31BER OAMP KOMANCE. S'pose you' vonoticed tbat thero oun Ing littlo rascal ta?giu' Dan about, havcn't yo? llo is a cuto ouo'rr no mis tako. Noticed him, hov yo? Ycsj rdldn't know Dan was a marrlod man? .' No moro did l 'n' moro is ho. Ho's bccn an old bach so long now I Teckon on ho.couldn't mustorup spunk to pop tho question if ho ovcr got tho cbanco. Coracs sccond naturo to Dan to bo a basbful critter, so bo says, 'n' I supposo bo ougbt to know if acy ono does. No, Ban ain't marriod 'n' novor will bo, but no amonnt of ohaQn' 'n' bantorin' kin ruillo hira up about bis brlngin' up that tboro littlo kid o' his'n. Kind o' scoms natohol tbat Dan should havo tbo young ono'n, bo a-bvingin' of it up, though't ain't no flcsh 'iv blood rolation to him. Lovo him? Man alivol did you lovo your mar whcn you was a ohild, 'n' do you lovo your littlo kid now, boin' so yo'vo got ono to lovo? Ef you don't know wliat lovo is, 'n' most men o' your a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 17 June 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKLDAY,, JUNE 17, 1892. Sciencel MEDICAL SCIENCEi has achicved a J great trlumph in tbe production of BEECHAIH'S Ql I whlch nlll cnro sickS fl lalaC9 Ileiidncho ndall Ner- toqi DUordcrs artatag from Impalreil 2 Dlgcttlon, Cointliuulon uud Dl.or-J acreu uver anu iiicjrviu iiuicxiy re storo nonieu (o coinploto hcallh. Covered wlth a Tasleleis & Sotubls Coatlng, 4 ji an aruggisis. I'ncc u cents a Dox. New York Deoot. 6t Canal St. Ilr. FEED POOLEK SAYS IS OUR REMEDY. Mr. Frcd Tooler, of 'Waterville, Mo., n londlng Groccr nntl Kcal Estato Dcalor, for mnny ycnxs Tiiwn Sclcct inan and Gtty Aldcriunii, S3VS: I cannot call myself a clironic ityspepttc, altliough I ain often troubled wltli dUtrcss aftcr eating, and at times, Heartburn nnd Sour Stomach, also Heauacho and Con stipation. I must say tliat I ncver uso Grodcr's riorniilc Dyspopsln Syrup without lceclv 1 ng almost instant i clief . I kccp ttln iny Iioiipo as a houseliohl reincily. lly wife tliinks tliat sh...

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. — 17 June 1892

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, EKJDAY, JUNE 17, 1892. Vermont Polltlcs. Now that tho Romiblican National Convontion 1s over, tho Intcrcst contcrs in tho Stato election prospccts. Tho Itutland Jlerald oditor has mado a tour of tho Stato and tho consonsua as pnnt ed is a rcmindor of tho days of tho Otto Queechee Post. Col. Forbes, on tho other hand, has also roviowcd tho Stato, and vro civo liis romarks as follows: Vorraont is tho flrst Northorn Stato to yoto in tho rresidcntial campaign. and thoro is substantial ground for oolioviug that tho result of tho gubornatorial elcc tion noxt Soptembor will unmistakably mdicato tho urift of public sontiment in tho country toward tho ro-oleotion or J.'resiuont iiarnson ana tlio contmuca ascendanoy of tho Itopublican party in tho Kation. -Tho Stato olection is an im- nortant ono and tho canvass will bo ccra ductcd, as it is in o;cry Frcsidcntial yoar, largely on National issues. In 1888 Dilllinghani and Woodbury rcoeivod the largest majority ovor giv...

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. — 24 June 1892

''''''' ' '''''' ' "' '"i:iTeffli 2 mtm -m i BENNINGTON, YT., FRIDAY, JTJNE 24, 1892. NTJMBER 23. VOL. Ln. COLE & Wo'.load tho proccssion in our solo tnont is" complcto, and will bo kept so show common sonso novolties of a hig dinary bestgradcs, yot tho prices aro cases ivo quote below tho markot. Wo attractivo designs and pcculiarly rofln Goods, apd wou qq&&$ 04 J353$3 5xxS plcased to havo you call and inspoct Yes, thcro is a liyoly inquiry about our last ycar, and crcatod so rauck surpriso say that wo aro giving spocial attcnti carry doublo tho usnal quantity and vari .whoro tboy can bo bought as low, and Thag Our Prices, We liulv fmrln in flipsn fnnrls. Our lino bo oxcelled. Tho prices aro closo on wo tako spocial pains to procuro and l)lo styles and raost popular mako of prices. Wo aro makingtho Clothing jiriccs. uati ana sco us. THE ONE-PRIC Busiucss Hircctori). C. H. MASON. A Adams' Block. Bennington. Vt. 33 C. H. DAKL1NU. ArTORNEY ATLAW. Ofllce over First Natlonal...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 24 June 1892

Wrtttenfortho Bawher. IN TfJEFIELDS, TK JDNE. The hnshed out-door Sabbath of Earth haa be- Wlth truforayers of tho murmutlng trees. With theUloria tweetof the tea and the aun, And the deep antlphone of Ihe breeze. In the far purple dlstance the blue hilli unroll, And are lost in the etht r as blue i And beyond, as It seems to my wondering soul, Are the long vanl shed f aces I knew, The dear onea I loved, and who.dearly lOTedmc, In the days that have neer returned, When tobreathe was a bllss.and when only tobe, Was enongh to haTe llyed for and earned. Agatn they are wlth' mn, my youth Is renewea, The landieape Is fair as ot yore. The bonse, and the htll, and the meadows be dewed In the awcet summer mornlDg once more, And above the dlni hllls, hlgh alott I can see, The arms of my loved oncs outstretchlng to me. And lo! through the masses of white douda above, The sunlight transflgures the sea. And a stlU, gentle volce thit li tender wlth Iove, Whtspers. "Sourage! What batb been ahall ...

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. — 24 June 1892

m,' jbikiday; june 24, 1892. Wi It Gures Coughs, Coldi, Sora Throat, Croup.Whoop. lag Cough, Broachitls tai Althma. Aeeruliirant ConiumpUon la m lUcti, ind a tnr rllf lo auvanced stagts. Um it odco. You will ee tho exoellentaffMt aTtor taking the flrst dose. SoW br decUn rwjhet UnaBetUat Mowuuatl.001 It CurM laauouza. WALBRIDGE & HAS THIS WEEK RF.CIEVED JUST ONE CAR LOAD OF BABY CAItRIAGES AND CARTS, SO IF YOU WANT ONE AND OF COUKSK YOUDO-TIIE BEST THINO YOU CAN DO IS TO COME EARLY WHILE 1 THE ASSORTMENT IS COMPLETE. WE ARE SELUNG THESE GOODS SO C1IEAP TIIAT CUSTOMERS LOOK fcTARTLED WUEN VE QUOTE PRICES. I EARLY WHITE SCOTTISH OATS. Thisisanew varietyand theTe is only a few of them to bo liad on Ihemarket thisyear. Itisa vig orous grower, stronrj slraw, re markably free from all diseases, early ripener and enonnously pro duclive ; Iias great longheads filled to tlio tips with fine, plump, solid, heavy wM o kernels, of largo size and tliin hull. Just received a largo stock of the...

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. — 24 June 1892

4;; IJBLE BJEJSNHNaTON; A!NNEB, ERJB AXJ JUNB 2&i 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FKIDAY JUNE 24,-1802. ., Slnslo . uoplea of tlie Banucr lu AVrappern) for Illnllliig lf DeMred. TIIItBB i'eiiCK. Miss Emma Wilcox is spending a wcek's vacation in Pownal. TheKIue's Daughtcrs meot with Miss Ilattie Sibloy Friday, July lst. Miss Cakrie Daxis of Fhiladelphia, is tho gucstof Miss Alico Holden for a fewdays. Jajies Barney is quito seriously ill, and is in nced of assistanco. His ago convplicates tho chancos of his speedy rccovery. Tnosn dcsiring flroworks for next week Thursday ovoning should read E. B. Griswold ifc Son's notico in anotlier placo to-day. Mns. Bailey of Littlo Falls, N. T., and Mrs. Edgar of Alameda, Cal., are guests of their brothor, Mr. X. P. Smith on Uniou strect. Miss Saiia J. IIawks is homo for tho Sumraer vacation. With her mother and sister sho attonded tho coniraence ment at Williams collego tliis wcek. Mns. McLeod continucs to lcad in mUliiicry goods among t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 24 June 1892

THE BEKNEjTjGrTON EAJpfER FJRJDAY, UJSEj ;4y 1892.: 5; climc. Boforo the ycar rolls around somo of tlio ocean fiory-hounds between Now York and Llverpool will bo flying. tlio stars aud stripos. Tho contost araorjg tlio nations for suprbmacy on land is al most, or altocctlier won by Amcrica. Wo aro now about ontoring tho lists of that otlicr contest, tho supromacy upon tlio watcrs of tho carth. With a sound intcrnatioual currcucy, with rrotection at homo. with advantagcous troatios of reclprocity with cortain foreign nations, wo aro rcady to cnter with all tho cnorgy Of tho Anglo-Saxon naturo into oomraer cial compction for tlio markets of tho world. And who that has rcad tho his tory of tho nations doubts that Anierica will outstrip all iu tho raco? Tho pro phcoy is boiug fuinilcd. Bishop Berkely was right: "Westward tlie coureo of Emplre takes Its way, "The four flrst Aots already past; "A filth shall close the drnina with tho day "Tlme's noblcst ollsprlng Istho last." And, fellow ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 24 June 1892

THE DEEP CUT. s It was a beautiful May riiofning. I uncurled mv lecs (I still had, a habit of curling mysclf up when I want to enjoy a ffood novei), tossea my dook aside," stretched mysolf woarily and looked down tle road toward Wood burn. Although I had dono nothing but read all morninr', I was hunery. Youthand higb. health aiways combine to streugthen the dcmand for bread stuffs. It was time ray dinnorbad come, I said to mysclf, glanolnt: at tho clock in my cagellke room. Just then a familiar sound caused me to riso and open tbe door. Thero, on tho patli besido tho railway, stood Tim Ferris. His golden curls wero blowing across his blue oyes, daacing up and down in tho May wind, bobbing lika dover hcads boforo tho breezc. Ho was patterlug along barcfooted on tho clay path made by tho workmen who mado tho dcep cut and tbe bridgo., Thobaskot on his arm scemed a triilo heavy. IIo was pufling energetically whon I called to him: "What's your burry, Tim?" IIo hunied on until ho stood at...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 24 June 1892

THE BENOTNGTON BANER, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, X892. P. P. STEWART nnd F. & W. (JO. OVAL FIRE BOX RANQES wiifc nsplllatinc: draw centerantl- cllnkcr prate. have ihe most per f ect combuttion, the frecst bnrn ing aml clearcst flre. The,'most economlcal, cleanly and durable Kancen eyer conatructca. ii.iv FECT IN OPERATION. We furnlsh cstlmatra (or F. & W CO, Warm Air Furnaces, Hot Water and Steam Heaters. The most approved methods of producinc pure warcneu air, tcii tllatine and rendering onr homes healtnrul. C. SIMMONS, North Bennington. Ladies' PATENI LEATHER OXFOKDS SLirPERS. RUSS1A CALF OXFOBDS. DONGOLA KID OXFORDS AND OPERA SLIPPERS. jnisses' I DONGOLA KID OXFORDS! SChilds' DONGOLA KID OXFORDS ! A. F. LOOIVIIS, i Main Street. Bennington, I OIL STOVES ! It ls needless to state hero that wecan EOll a better grade of (?ood for less money than any other concern In town, for lt ls alread the unlversal jerdlct. We havcjuc rcceivcu a large consigu ment of 011 Stoves that are marked at p...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 24 June 1892

THE BENMNGTON JFRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1892'. ! One of the remarks mucli red tape." It is derstood. by tlie popul embody some of them liiany niontlis. It wil often heard iii inode an offc-quoted terin, ar mind. Frear's ada ost popularideas that 1 he the hreeziest hot- rn dry goods stores i s that "There is too but at the same time ptation of the term fo is not generally un- r the next 8 days will have found their way weather dry goods n into the Bazaar for ews of the season. FOURTH. RED T APE IL LUSTR ATED. tt I UNTIL 1 JULY 1 rUn p II sBmttts Six yards all FOR wool, navy TjIuo twilled,1.50 bathingsuit jlannel. At thc Main Entrancc Two Ladies' FOR Swiss Vests in either bluc, pink, lavender or -white, regular 3Sc. Price 25 cents ach. Nine yards Fe J?OR ather Tick- ing, plain or $1.00 fancv striPe Jfovclty Show Casc. A vlsion iii Rcd. Three pairs La FOR dies' Un bleached Ilose, 44:C. worth 18 cts per pair. Tlie brlght rcd liow knols are Tefrcslilng to llic cye. ASurah Silk FOR Sash three yar...

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