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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 15 July 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, JULY 15, 1892. 5 Our Mlnncsota Letter. iliNNEAPOi.ts, July Oth, 1802. To theEdltor of the Banner. Dkab Sm: I took a trip down tho rivor tlio othor day to Mcndota tho pioneer villago of tho Stato and I will Rivo you tho benoflt of wliat I saw. Froin horo directly across to St. Paul is about 10 milos, but betwcen horo and there, the "Fathor of waters" makes a bigbend, so to follow tho river around is 15 miles. Wo havo tlio eleotrio cars and anotber short line conncotion which peopla generally tako when on business intcnl, but thoro is far tnoro of romance and antinuity in tho louger route around tho bond either by boat or rail. For variety lot us tako tho boat, which is by far tho pleasantest of our inter urban conuootious, if you aro notina hurry. . , -j Noar tlio Washington Avcnuo bndge and for somo distance back from the river is apartof tho town that has a docidedly forcign appearance, (especially if you listen to tho street talk). I don't beliovo Ch...

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. — 15 July 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, EE1DAY, JULY 15, 1892. LASHINQ THE TIGEK. Bev. Thomni Dlxon'a Terrlflo ArrnlRn xnent of Tnmmnny. A Itnnd of Clvlllzed Brlgands. Tho Rov. Thomas Dixou, Jr., so fsir frora beiup dcterrcd frora attackiug Tammany fiall and its ofBcials by his ro cent arrest on a cbargo of libel, has ro- turncu to ligut wiui unuimimsuca zcai. In a sormon delivercil Sunday ho Jfollowed up liis forraer arraignmcut of Exciso Commissioner Koch by a sweop ing assault on Tammany and all its out posts. Tho titlo of his aermon was "Municipal Corruption." Among othor tmngs no saiu: "It is conccdcd without discussion by 62,000,000 pcoplo in Amorica tbat tho rottcncst city govommeut in tho English spcaking world is in New York. "For tbis wo bavo to tbank Tammany Hall an organization of 'civilizod brig- ands' bandcd togothcr for tno solo pur poso of plundenng tho public troasury. It knows no principlo savo that of solf intcrcst. It woars a cloak of a National party, boncath which to conceal ...

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. — 15 July 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1892. QIKLS IN SECRET DEBATE. Tho Sylvania young ladies determined a f ow days aj;o that in tho courso of human evcnts tho timcs woro mellow for n socrot organization; it was to boa kind of a socret debating club, and boys of all ages wcro of oourso cxcludcd. Thoy said it was to bo a "girls scorot" sooloty, and thoy solomnly declarcd thoy wero going to liaveittnat way or not ui u. about an hour tho young ladies sat and convorscd, yet no ono hau tho oourago to propose an organization. At last, how over, ono of thora suggosted that they got to work. They know thoy ought to havo a Prcsident, but how to oleot ono was the qucstion. One girl said sho had hcard her father say that all rrcsidents ought to bo elected by a popular voto. So thoy solcoted a young lady whom thoy considorcd a favonto with overy ono, and she declarcd which onoof thelr nuraber should bo preslding ofliccr, and thus tho rresidont was olccted by a popular voto. Next a Secrotary ...

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. — 15 July 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANJSOSR, MTDiY, JULY 15, 1S92:11 INTHE LOOAL FIELD. Woodford. Ilcnry Ilarrington bas moved Shaftsbury. to C. II. Watsonof Danby is working for il. C. Cutler. F. A. Gleason is in Boston aod Now York on business. Rev. W. F. Bcaman bas takcn rooms at Elracr Oleason's. A large quantity of flrst-class bay bas ooon uarvcstea tnis woeK. Tboro bas bcon a goodly numbor of arnvais at Woodford tno pasc wcok, Mi&s Minnio Patohin of Bennington is stopping awhilo with Mrs. Elmor Uieason, A Woodford ben "set four weeks be ioro it was found tbat ohina eggs" would not batch. Sidnov C. Havnes and wife and daughter of Boston have visited in town this week. Mr. Canodv of Nortbflold. Minn., nnclo to Mrs. J. F. Sraith, is visiting at Mr. Smith's. A now fcnco is being put up around tho Union church under tno manage ment of tbe pastor. Mrs. Gco. F.. Gravcs, Mrs. Cbarlos Dewey and Miss Uora Whitney are stop ping two wccks at tho Summit Honse. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Burgess, and Mr. and Mrs....

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. — 22 July 1892

mmmt. VOL. UI. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. NUMBER 27. COLE & Wejlead the proeossion in our aele ment is complete, aml wiU be kept so show common seuse uoveltios of a hig dinary bestgrades, yet tho prioai are cases wo quote bolow thc markot We attractivo designs and peonHariy retin Goods, apd wou s4s 33$3xs SSkSkS pleasod to liave you call and inspeot Yes, there is a liyely inquh'y about our last year, and created so niucli surprise say tliat we arc giving special atteuti carry doublo the usual quantity Hld vari wlicro they can be bongfat as low, and Thaq Our Prices, We Hvely trado in tlicsc goods. Our line be excelled. The prices are close on we takc special patna to prooure and ble styles anl most popuUU DMka of prices. We are making the Clothing prices. Call and see us. m THE ONE-PRIC fiusincss Dircctorn. C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adamg' Bloctc. Bennington. Vt. S2 C. H. DARLINU. AJTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, o 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. — 22 July 1892

2 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. WHO CAUNKl) THE DEATHS AT HOME STEAD. Since the days of tho railroad strikes half a generation ago no labor trouble that has oocurred in tbe United States has occasioaed such widespread dis quiet as the deplorablc affair at Home stead, Penn., on Wednesday last. Four thousand men have been thrown out of work, tbe Carnegie steel works have been transformed into a f oitress and men are lying dead, dying maimed after a conflict conspicuously ciuel and cowardly even in the brutal records of the uprisings of mobs against social order. The history of the affair is simple. The wages of the iron workers are ar ranged in accordance with a sliding scale proportionate to tbe current price of iron. As the price of billets rises, Tvages increase indefinitely. As prices decline to a fixed minimum price, wages decline, but if tbe price fallti below that minimum wages do not decline. The minimum price hitherto has been $25.00 per ton. The manufaotures ...

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. — 22 July 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. 3 R Ourci CouRhi, Colds, Bo Throat, Croup, Whoop ing Coujrh, Bronchitil mai Althroa. JLowudnaiire Ibr Contuaption ia tirn xt&t tod k aare nlltl In advanccd Rtoges. UNttnnoe. You willsee the excellent effect after takinf the flrlt doae. 3lJ by detlen cryvhcr& Uri Bottle W MUU ud 1 1-00. lt Curtia 1 uUui'nm. WALBRIDGE IIAS THI3 WEEK RKCTEVED JU8T ONE CAK LOAD OF BABY UARRIAUES AND CARTS. BO IF YOU WANT ONE AND 01- COURSE YOU DO-THE BEST THING YOU CAN DO IS TO C'OMKEAKLY WHILE TIIE ASS' 1RTMENT 18 OOMFLETB. WE ARESELLINU THESE UOODS S30 CHEAP THAT CU8TOMERS LOOK ETARTLKD WUEN WE quote rmcEs. THE CREAT German RemedyJ in 1 Billoui gpeiUdepeDOporxaMBWPgrg oub- lllttlTLPIIUKIUTTSMBirtlUM imni". lt wlli corfl rou. v.,ti KiilTi'l' wil I BatnradUMMlgaiM leciitig; sn. Rmjflin Hitteiih a will ( ure you. fiotnsslntorcure. It icver i.ills. m Oni'raUv.liari cloaely cunllned li tho mllls nnu vorK rthnns: rlprks.Who Ul not prorurc guaVleat exerct...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 July 1892

4 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FRIDAY, JULY 22, 189. stiiKle coples ol tli Banner, lu Wripprn for .Tlullliie II Denlred. TBRBB t'einx. A Word to Republican. The hope of tlie party lies in the ex pai)8ion of a stalwart Republican press. The Republican who reads or otherwise helps to support a Democratic journal to tlie exclusion of one of his own party newspapers is untrue to tho Republican cause. Unanimously subscribed by the Na tional Republican League. J. S. Clarkson, President. A. B. HrMPHBKV, Secretary. The Banner and Weekly Tribune are furnished, both papcrs for $1.50 per year, payable in adyance. Now is your time. See prospectus on anotber page to-day. A. G. Patciiin has been granted a pen sion of $8 por month. Oi.in W. Harwood of Troy, N. Y., is home for a brief vacation. Mrs. Ai.lie Monroe and daughter have returned from Boston. P. S. Mattox, press agent of the4-paw show, was in town on Wednesday. Ciiables Hitchins of Burlington...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 July 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. losson so ha.nl to comireheiid : Ihy will be done." The North Adiims Transcriut speak- ine of the death of Miss Alice A. Bates, says: "Miss Batcs was born and reared KFOWnal and was a young lady of re finement and tho liighest character. She graduatod at Drury academy in the class of '90 and afterwards taupht very successfully in her native town. While in Drury academy shc took an ac tive part in all school exercises and en tortainments and was a favorito with her class and other schoolmates. She was a gtrl of amiable disposition and encapini; ways and she niade frionds of all with whom shc was associatcd in the school, the chiirch and tho community. She was a great lover of mnsic and possessed an alto voico of oxcoptioual swectuess and power. At Kound Lake two years ago she sansjin a ehoirof 250 voicos and rendered all of tho alto solos in a way that won for her considcrahle promi nence in mnsical circlcs. Even during her long illness, ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 July 1892

6' THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. AGAINST WIND AND TIDE. People in Maysville always slirugged their shoulders whcn Mark I.amson was mentioned, and usually the expressivo gesture was followed by somo deprecat- mg remarK. 'Comes of bad stock," old Judpe Len nox would say, in bis pompous, ditatori al manner. "All the LamsonB were worthlesR, and Mra. Lamson was a Hodgo, and everybody knows wbat they are.'r Tbe house in which Mark was born, and where he scramblod up to manbood, was a large farmhouse, tumbling to pieces inside, witb a roof always being patched against leaking, doors without focks and with shaking hinges, windows that rattled in every wind, ceilings that dropped plaster wlienever a beavy foot shook the upper room, and urnituro in tho last stages of shabbiness. His father and raother were slatternly in ap pearance, shiftless in household man agement, and the handsome, bright boy was over-indnlged and neglected as their own indolence suggested. But Mark Lamson...

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. — 22 July 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JUM 22, 1892. 7 A LiriLlS (UKL'H ADVKNTUBK. Kate Tyndale reined her horse to the roadside, under a spreadinff clump of trees, and wiped the perspiration from her heated brow. It was a warni day, even for the raonth of June. Vague thoufrhts of sunstroke and thunder storms, whioh had been coursing through the child's mind for the lsist hour or two, were now almost dis pelled by the cool, grateful shade of hemlocks. Naomi, Kate's sleek bay, appeared equally thankf ul for rest, and gave ex pression to hei ieelinR by a low wlnnney of satisfaction. The girl dismounted and proceeded to hrush tho flies from her dumb companion's glossy coat, "Twenty miles fom home!" she mur mured, whcreat Naomi turned her head and gave tho speaker an intelligent look out of her great brown eyes, quito as though she understood the significance of the words and had caught the half Bmothered sigh which accompanied them. It was, indeod, a long way for a child of 12 years to have co...

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. — 22 July 1892

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FMDAY, JULY 22, 1892. Cominents on tbe Equinox ?prlng Water, ndvori isi il In auother colamn. Geo. B. Holdon, Arlington: "After using the Equinox Water for some three months am Hatisfied that it is the very bost, for kiduey troublos and dyspepsia, there is notbing like it 1 have used Saratoga water of all kiuds but like Equi nox water tbe best of all and cheerfully recomiuend its use." Dr. Sabal, Jacksonville, Fla: "Au es pecially pure and wholesorae water of Kreat value as a curative agent." Johu Harrison, Troy: "Very much pleased, tbe best I ever tasted. "Notbing can be finer tban your ginger cbampagne. Send me a case. K. W. J. K. M. Sbattuck, Buffalo: "You should have an agoncy in Buffalo, the water would soll well here." The Arrins and Patriot of last week spoke higbly of tho water and said it was being used largely by Montpelier poople, being handled by Kolf & Slade of that place. The Chicaco Natiunul Jlotel Beporter says: Tbe Equinox Natural Spring...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 July 1892

SUPPLEMENT TO THE BANNER. PROTECTION AND RECIPROCITY. L. I NO, I. NEW YOHK, JULY 20, 1892. tticE one cent abll-hed snonthly at 1S8 West Twsntv.thlrd et. New Tork. saBscriptiou pncs u ceuts n MUM PBOTEOTION AND MCIPBOOITx. airmt at the ttcw Tcrk P. 0., Sem Tork, (U ttcaU tti maiter. IALCONTENTS. .STORY FOR AMERICANS. eorrBiaHTEo by coba s. hood. ICHAPl'EB L FIBEB ARB KINDLED. "Whers thers 1b work for the handa ot men ere wlil be work for thelr teeth. Where tbero emptoymsnt thare will Im bread." DAXIki. XBSTKB. la noondav sun. brlrht and nncomriromlslng. tons dowu upon ths blackened chlmneys of & nnaylvaula tow some flfty yoara ago. It Ierced the beavy amoke ot tbo furuacea that e serpent-llke to olu tba white olouds In ihe :y above ; IS poootrated every oraok and crev e of the labor-staided, unplcturesque bulldlngs, retoblng far across the valley, and theu, lu antler niood, crent up luto the Btiadow ot the lHsaud reated upa the Ugureof alalryoutic fti wuo atooa gazmg dretunuy at ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 July 1892

FARMERS FOIl PftOIECTlON. They Made the First Tariff' for Their Own Special Beneflt. Farmers' Votfin Ilawe Em Slnce Snatalnetl tlie I'rnl.Tllvo )Cviii-Hoi Tliey Hfttf Benefitted by It-GreM lmpnTrtnn( In At;rl ulliirut Prnperljr Undir Prntw Uon Nlrlklng Fnrls About Agrirnltural Condillutu in th "GihmI Uld Tiiuea." Protectl'.n adopted by tbo foundera of the Gnverument for the Bpeclal purpoee 01 ueno flltlng farmera. Tbemsmbors ot tho flret Oon groaa were nearly all faimera thomaelv or repreaeuted tarrnlng coustliuencles. Agrlcul ture was practlcAlly the ouly Induatry of the people, and they aw thelr produco rot on thelr Lands year aftnr year tr mi of a market fr lt. To croato a market for thl produco waa the prlme ohject of tbe early legialatora. Tln.ro waa notarobber baron among tuem. Tholr polioy Waa a furmor'a pollcy pure aad almplc. Lnler atotesmen duwn to lllatue and McKluloy baecd thelr ndvocacy of Protectlon od tholr bellef that lt beneflttod th tarmer mnst of all. Wo ahall quo...

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. — 29 July 1892

tmm BENNINGTON, YT., FEIDAY, JULY 29, 1892. yol. m. NUMBER 28. COLE & Wolead tho processlon in our solo mnnr. is enmnlcto. .ind will bo kopt SO show common sonso novelties of a hig dinary bcstgrados, yot tlio priccs aro cases wo quoto below tho markot Wo attractive dcsigns and pcculiarly rcfin Goods, and woo &&&&H $QQ440 sS OS nicascd to liavo vou call and inspoot Yes, thcro is a liyoly inquiry about our j last yoar, auci createa so mucu Buriuisu say that wo aro glvlng special attcnti carry doublo tho usual quantity and vari whcro thoy can bo bought as low, and Thap Our Prices, We livcly trado in thcso goods. Our lino bo oxcclled. Tho pricos aro closo on wo tako special pains to procuro and liln ntvles and most ponular inako of priccs. Wo aro making tho Clothing prices. Call and sco us. THE ONE-PRICIED ClOTHIERS. Busmcss EHrcctori). O. H. MASON. A' TTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' MocK. uennington. vu 32 C. H. DARLINO. AjCTORNEYATLAW. Ofllce ovcr Firet Natlonal bank, 44tf ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 July 1892

2 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FE1DAY, JULY 29, 1892. CAliNEGIE WAGES. Democratio papers which supposed that thoy would bo ablo to make politi cal capital out of "qaraegio Wages" lmve thought bettor of it sinco the figurcs oftlio wages actually earned by tlio striking workmen at Ilomestead lmve bcen publishod. Mr. Boatner of tho Congressional Invcstigating Comraittee, an ardcnt Domocrat and Freo Trader, who went to Ilomestead with tbe pur pose of utiliziiift in a partisan way what ho might learn thoro, after tho testimo ny givcn before tho committeo on this point sat for a moment in a daze, and thonsaid: "Inoverheard of sueh wageB beforo." Chairman Oates of Alabaraa, after tho investigation, said: "Tho man who goes to Ilomestoad with an idea that ho is going to find a lot of ragged. hal-starved and ignorant strikers will havo a great surpriso beforo him. It is a revclation in the way of a community of workingmon. Thoy aro men of thought. of action and of independence. They havo thoir home...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 July 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, J?BIDAY, JTJLY 29, 1892. J AT A FLEASANT 0 THE NEXT MORNINQ t FEEL DRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS DETTER. Hy doctor ay lt acta pentlr on the stomach, Hvrr tndkldnejs. and lsa pleasant laxatlve. Thla drlnk b matle from herbs, and a prepared for aso as eaelly tstea. Itlscalled LMFS MEDIGIME All druRglsta sell It nt 60& and $1.00 pcr package. Juy one Uwlar. Lnno'a Fanillr Medlclne niom Iho bowela eacli doy. InurUorto bo liealthy, thla I noccssary. WALBRIDGE I .0 IIAS THI3 WEEK EECIEVED JU8T ONE CAR LOAD OF BABY CARRIAGES AND CARTS, 80 IF YOU WANT ONE AND OF COURSK YOUDO-THE BEST THING YOU CAN DO IS TO COME E ARLY WHILE 1 TUE ASSOItTMENT IS COMFLETE. "VE ARE SELLING XIIESE GOODS SO CIIEAP TIIAT CUSTOMERS LOOK 6TARTLED WHEN WE QUOTE PRICES. Scnd S 2-txnt stanips to A. P. Ordway & Co., BoBton.lIats.. fn licet medlcalwork publlthed? ELI'S u; CREAM BALM Cloanics tlie Naial Patiace. Allays Paln and Inflnmmntlon. Ileale tho Rore Restorea tbe Sonien ot Tatc ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 July 1892

THE BENNINGTON BAJNNER, FJRIDAY, JULY 29, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FBIDAY, JULT 20, 1802. Mnale uoplea of tlie Umuier, ln AYrappers for ITlalHns lf Deslrcd. TIIUEB CeiiM. Edward B. Hulino of Chicago is visiting in town. The Rev. J. B. Van Patten is spend ing tho summer with N. F. Oviatt. Miss Lizzie Ssiith of Castleton, !s visitiug frienas and rclatives in Benning ton. Tije Sunday noon mall f or New York, noted a fow weoks sinco, has been dis continucd, Christine Ward of North Adams, Mass., is visiting ather grandraother's, Mrs. Almon Eddy's. Mrs. E. 0. Lyman of Pueblo, Colora do. is tho guest of hcr mother, Mrs. C. P. Sheldon, 210 Union street. Deaconand Mns.S. S. ScoTTreturned last weok from a visi't to thcir daughter, Mrs. A. G. Shorry in Troy, N. Y. Mri. Lyke of Palmyra, N. Y., mother of tho lato Mrs. Frank J. Curtis. is spend iug a few days with her son-in-Iaw. Miss CoitA B. WniTNEY lefton Thurs day for Now Jersey whoro she will spond tho reraaindcr of her vacation. ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 July 1892

5 Frotalbltlon County Conveutlou. Ilhe roters of "Hnnlngton County who approre le pollcy 01 extermlnaung me unuor irawc. wu Ivor vigorous enforcement of the laws made for liat purpose, ana aii oiners wuu tuuuiw -" rncipies ottne i-roniDmoapn,uo itiii convene t the Trustee Rooms ln Parlc Block, tho vlllage of Bennington, Vt., on Frlday, Iugu8t 8th. 1892, at 3 o'clock p m.. to nomintte county ticket to be supported atthe enauing ectton. F. SCOTT. Chalrmtn Prohlbltion Commltteo. Bennington, July 8th, 1894, SPECIAL BUSINES8 LOCALS. imiilm mniiM Perfect. I rrl.ti. (.tntAmnnf- ol,tnli lioa linp.nmn a roverb, was nover moro truo than at io prosent urao, or moro njJimuiiuiu w fcupauon tiian io uie uihuku uuaiuras, pcclally tliat branch of it whicli Iias to pwitu esumiuiug uiu uww ui ofects with Rlasscs. Vfo wish to call io attontion ot uioso porsons wno kduw r suspoot tliat tholr oycs aro woak or do ctive, to tho fact tliat T. E. Bullard, io optician who is at tho rutnani :ouso oach lVctlno...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 July 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, F&IDAY, JUM 29, 1892. XOTIFIED AT TIIE GAUVEN CLliVELAND AND STEVENSON IN A PANTOMINE BEFOKE 13,000 PEOPLK JN NEW TOniC JCLT 31ST. Jmpresslve Spectacle. The Spceclies of Acceptance of the Democrntlc Candl lntcs. Mj. Clevelnnd crts tho Cbeern. Sorae Vlctlms of tho Tnrlff AVlio Sur rounded the Candldnte Plcture of a Great Mcetlng. Mr. Clovolanil reccived tUo for mal notico of his nornhiiiMon as rrosi dont just as Adam vecoived tho applo in a so-called gardcn. Tho demonstra tion was impressivo, Tho Gardcn was brilliant withparti-coloved eloctrio lights, and thoro lloated ovcr tho crystal domo during tho wholo ccremony flroworks of many colors. Tho Garden itsolf was a .magnificont spcctaclo whonho cntercd it. Upon tho main floor wero gathered as many as 10,000 men, wliot seoming to care not for tho soats wkich woro as sicned to them, stood in thcir placcs. Tho tiors in which tho boxes aro lo catod wcro fillod long boforo tho hour appointed for tho bcginuing ...

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