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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 24 July 1894

VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 25. A CUSTOM-MADE SUIT FOE $12.50. Although tliis seoms impossiblo to tho ono accuitomod to givo high price, yo it is so. ' Browning, King & Co., the groat Now York tailors, aro now doing our tailor 1ng. Thia narao in itsolf stands for porfoct flts and low prices. Evory workman thoy omploy is an artist, whilo thcir cloths and trimmings aro -surpasscd by nono. Five Hundred- - -500- - -Five Hundred 'f s Samples to soleot from at Co GK COLE'S STORE, OPERA HOUSE CLOTHIER, BENNINGTON, VT. mi Lad TVe must have more room, and In ordcr to do thls our large stock of shocsmust I)e refluccd, so tlie prlccs arc iaarkco" down to almost cost. Eloro than 2000 pairs to fit all men, women and cHildren. PRENCH CALF, DONGOLA, J KANGAROO, AMERICAN CALF, . SPLIT LEATHER, '0NM1UNDRED PAIR LADIES $5.00 T0 BE COW HD)E, In all sliapes and makes'in button, lace; congress ; high, medium, low cnt ; sqnare toe, Blncher too, pointed toe, ronnd...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 24 July 1894

. SEMI-WEEKLY BAJNR, TUEftPAY, JDLY 24, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAY, JTJLT 24, 1604. : Slnglo uoplcs ol tho Dannor, In Wroppors for MallliE U Bclred IffO Outa. Ropubllcan County Convontion. A Itepnbllcan Coovcntlon for the County of Bennington, wlll be heldnt the Tpwn llall, Ar lington, Wednraday, July 23th, 1894, at 10 o'clock a. m. for tho purpose ol nomlnatlnit candiuales for county ofllcers, to bo snpported at the elec tionon the first Tuesday ln September next, and also for the electlon ot a County C'ommlttee Towna will b represented ln conventlon on the basia of one delegate from each town, one for every fifty votes, and one for cvery fractlon ot ay yotes exceedlne twcnty-five, castfprthe Re. rnbllcancandldato?orGoTernorln 18M, and the BUbjoIned 11st i made on this basis. Delegatcs wlll be choscn at prlmary mectlngs calledby the Kepublican Commlttees in cacn town, and will provlde themselves with proper credentlals. slgncd bytho chalrman and eocre taryofsald m...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 24 July 1894

SEMFWEEKLY BANNEK, TOT3DAI, JuLY 24, 1894. IN THE LOOAL FEELD. North Bennington. Mrs. Huntington of Des Moinos, Iowa, is visiting ber brothor, 0. J. McKay. Miss Rouseau of Troy. N. Y., is with hor aunt, Mrs. E. E. Hall, for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. .John Loonard of Clarks bure, Mass., aro visiting at Q. A. liruf feo's, for a fow days. Tho works of tbo II. T. Cushman Man ufacturlnj; Company aro being stoppod for two weeks for ropairs. Mrs. F. E. Burgess of Burlington, is sponding some timo with rolatives. Mr. Burgess was bero over last Sunday. Tbo H. C. Wbito Corapany bavo beon putting in a new flutno and dre now run ning on full tirae making stercoscopes. A twin cbild of Arthur Green of Ben nington Falls, was buried on Saturday last Tho Kev. C. H. Peck offlciated at tbo f uneral. Tbo Stark Paper Company aro ropair ing tho trunk of tho raill here, and at tho samo timo making othor nocessary improvemeuts. Miss Emma Cummings of Maldon, Mass., who has beon a medical mission ary in Indi...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 24 July 1894

SBMI-WEEKLY BAOTEft, TUESJJAY, JULY 24, 1894. I CAPTURE OF ETHAN ALLEN. In Hls Attompt to tako Montreal Wlth 110 Mon. "At this ttmo," said Squiro Ben. to the other old-tiraors, tho memory raost natu rally goes back to tho soones lmmodiato lyfollowinthooutbroakof tho war of tho Amorioan rovolution and tho noblo mon who woro loadors in it. Araonpc them was Ethan Allon, who, on tho 10th of May, 1775, capturodFortTicondoroKa, tho Amoricans comploto masters of Lake Champlain. In tho autumn of tho samo year ho was sent into Oanada to rousn tho pooplo of that country a(ainst tho British. Ho went a second timo at tho head of 110 mon, withaviow of taking Montreal. Ho was to bo joinod by Coh Brown, with a largor forco, but before tho lattor could offoct tho junction, hav ing crossed tho St. Lawronco, ho was at tackcd, defeatod, and tho survivors of his forco and himsolf mado prisonors. Tho following vivid picturo of this oxpo dition is taken frora an old publication: "Ovor withyou, boysl" sai...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 July 1894

Bennington feffiANNER VOL. LTV. BENNINGTON, VT., FKIDAY, JULY 27, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 26. In ancient tlmcs we've oft bccn told, Onc Mldas turned all tlilngs to gold, By modern cliangc its very clcar Tlie old is left far in thc rcar, For all tliat trade at Oole's Ca?li Store Are ttius inadc liappy cvcrmorc.23 eady lade Clothing and Furnishings, We havo the chcapcst and best assortmont with BltOWNlNG. KING & CO., the lareost in tUO UUlieu otaios xucy iiuru auauicu aui;i;cso iuiuuku iuvii ri.ciDu " .-o...t- and closo attentinnjto the wants of their customers. Prices of suits made to ordcr, range from 312 CO to $1007 Five hundred samples io select from. Flt, prlco and quality cuar anteed. Call and ee us, G Gk COLE'S . STORE, OPERA HOUSE CLOTHIER, BENNINGTON, VT. GO TO .... RICHARDSON '8 Green Houses tor best quality & iowest prices. PAPER HANGINGS ! At Roducod Prico3. Ia ordor tocloseontvour entire stock of Paper Hangings to make ronm, we will sell 60c Parlor Emnossed' Paper, 4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 July 1894

SEMI-WEEKLif BANNER, .FRlDAY, JULY 27, 1894. WOMEN'S WAYS. Fair womon's ways are all so Btrange, They kccp us evcr guessing! Our reasonings they disarrango In mannors most distressLng. For whon wo thlnk they lovo us more i Than mortal o'er was loved bcfore Love us antl lovo us only They on somo new founil treasuro Bmile And gayly follow lt the "white They leave us sad and lonely. We bltter grow and stralghtway vow To woo ngaln, no, nevorl No moro thclr klnd wo shall allow Love's tcnder cords toeever. We cease to tigh for them, and thcn They slgh and coo sof t words agaln As swcet as meads of olovor, And whon thelr cyes tipon us dwoll We pardon cvcrythtnc and tell Tho samo old story orcr. Chlcago Journal. HIS LUCKY UNCLE. llow Ho Struck It Klch Onoe by Pnylng 83 n Bushel For 40 Ccnt Coru. "My unclo over in tho town of Wnyno I s'poso was tho luoklost man that ovor Uved," sald Pncky Griswold to tho Fair chlld Houso clrclo. "Everythlng ho touohed brought monoy to hls tlll, but tho luckl...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 July 1894

SEM-WEEKLY BAJSfNER, tfRIDAY, JDLY 27, 1894. THE FAIRY ANSWEft. Writton by J. BEETHOLME LAWBEEN. AUegretto Composod by OBOABDO BABBI. gjjE :jzEEEblt?- I ' U I k-Q U-l ta rt L i 43 v i r 1. Now Reu - ben, dear, you eay 'tia clear, My 2. So when to night, tho Btara shino bright, I'll 3. So Rou - bon dear, you'll say 'tis clear At I V M 3 a" rrg -fr-fr i g ' I rayrv f aJ h heart be - longs to Beek tho fai ry least 'tis bo to I l l'-ri i r i 1 1- ni& 1 -M M g' J p you, Ana tnat you u ao sucn areaa iui imnga u om - ora como to dell, And ask them just to an - awer what, My own hoart can - not mo, Thoy've sent a fai - ry hero to aay, That heart bo longa to -a - "1 -J: ggT sf r3z woo; But then you seo, I'd liko to be, Tho dar - tell But Reu - ben dear, I Boem to hear, A fai theo And as that'a so, Bo - foro you go, Just tako linc of you all So ry whia per say Tho my own aa well Sinco I h 1 r-crr 3t m -4. a tcmpo. i'ost to test who love3 mo best, On fai - riea I leart wo seo so truo to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 July 1894

Y SEMI-WEEKLY BAttlSTER, FE1DAY, JuLY 27, 1894.. 4,; BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FIUDAY, JULY 27, 1804.: Slnclo Uoples of the BauneiY ln Wraipor for malllus W Dealrcd TWO Ueni. Kff-Walch the date opposito your name on this paper. Jt shows that your subscriptlon is crcdlted on our looka to that date. If the date is not eltanged with in a few days from the time a remittance is made, nottfy thepublishers. See reading notico of C. D. Swcet in local noticcs. Mns. A. J. CoorEB is spending tho week at Round Lako. Miss Susie PoTTEit is vlsiting in Bos ton, Mass., and vioinity. Mk. Fbed Moore of Wilmington, has boon visitlng rolativos in town. L. P. Norton and T. E. Butler wero registored at ono of tho hotels in Burling ton, Tucsday. Mns. M. C. Ruaai.ES and daughter, of Worcester, Mass., aro visitine Mrs. IUig glos' sistor, Mrs. James Bassott. ilits. C. II. Breweii and daughter, of Lansingburgh, N. Y., aro with C. B. Browor for a soveral weoks visit. Miss Rost Kellkr, who lias been vis it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 July 1894

SEMTWEEKLY BANNER, ERIDAY, JDLY 27, 1894. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. North Bennington. Mr. and Mrs. Haywood, he a journal 1st, aro visitiflp thoir relativcs. Miss Grace and Johu Essex, at ltivorsiuo. Mrs. Rodnoy Draper, formorly of Shaftsbury, who has for somo timo bson in inflrm hoalth, is stopping with Mrs. CarDenter. Shu hag latoly hoen with Mrs'. Jas. Mattison. We notico II. T. Cushman lias latoly addod to his prlvato livory, a handsorao opoa bnp(;y wagnn, frora a rnauufaotory in Cortland, N. Y. A pnrtion of tho monumonfc to bo erectod in South Shaftsbury at tho hoad of the gravo of tho lato E.irl Mattison, who was killed at tho railroad accidont last fall, was detalned for a timo horo for tho tire of one of tho whocls to bo sot. Tho load was boina drawn by four gray horscs and woighs soveral tons. Tho looturo npon Indla by Miss Cum mings of Maldon, Mass., Thursday oven ing, in tho CoDgrosational churoh, drew an unusnally largo audionco. Sho spoko for abtiut an hour upon hor work thoro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 July 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEB, FE1DAY, JuLY 27, 1894. 6 TO A 8ENSIBLE QIRU Hct good, hard scnse In tbat IVt flu4 Aohann of person and of mlnd If thoro wero nono. But ln bor faoo Thcro ts that wondrous winnlng graoe Whloh palnters, though they might ba bltnd, By scnse of soinethlng undeflncd, Appeallng to tho soul and mlnd. Could, happlly, lts beauty traoo. Her Kood, hard senso Ib ot tbat rarcr, rtober klnd i 1,1, ... .1. . - I 80 doltlynatoadda graoe To every cbarm of form and faoo. (Would tbat to mo fato bad asslgnod nr tfxd, lmrd eeute. Detrolt Froo Prees, SHADOWED. Mr. Portman Dlbbs wns n prosporous jht doriy Kontloinnn of qulot wnys and llxod ablts. A small olrclo of famlllar frlonds jBupplied all bls Boolalnoods. Hoooncornod ihlmBcif llttio wltn tno rost 01 iiumanity, tbolonging to tho clnss who can llvo side by jsldo ln tho Bamo strcot wlth a follow croa ituro oll thojrllvcs wlthout so much 03 (tnowlng hlm by elght. Among Mr. Dlbbs' llxod hnblts was o fyearly tour. But ho did not tako lt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 July 1894

SEMFWEEKLY BAJSNER, FKIDAY, JULY 27, 1894. 7 If you must drawthelioe and have, like thousands of other people, to avoid all food prepared with it, tliig is to remind you that there is a clean, delicate and healthful vegetable short ening, which can be used ln lts place. lt you ww instead of lard, you can eat pie, pastry and the other "good thmgs" which other folks enjoy, without fear of dyspeptic consequences. De liverance from lard has come. Buy a pail, try it in ypur own kitchen, andbe convino ed. Beware of imitations. Sold ln 8 and 5 pound palls, by all crocers. Mndo only by Tbe N. K. Fairfiank Company, CHICAGO, 331 8tnt St., Bolton, Forlland, Me. 9 Bnccessor o thoEstateof 8. F. HARRI8. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEB3. Nails, 4c, 4c. A great varietj n'Table and pocke Cutlery, Aies, TooIb, Orindttones, Car rlage Tires.PIow Bolts, Locii, Screwi, B;Yeta,Nuts,Wushers,Axlo Platca Screws, Butts, Straps ano Ilingea, Cablc and Traca Chains. It. B. Wheel Bari, BaldwinBefrig erators. ra FOR H...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 July 1894

8 SEMI-WKEKLY BANNER, EKIDAY, JULY :27, 1894. Tho Comlng Annual Mustor. Tho BudKot's Bennington correspond ent has tho following: At the mustor of tho National Guard at Brattleboro next 1 montli comes tho competition botwoon tho rillo teara from tho Uulversity of the Stato of Vermont and tho teara from tho guard for the silvor loving cup. Tho original Intcntion was to have this cup contested for at tho rocent compotition at Fort Ethan AIIod. but tho oxporimon- t.ni ponHltlont under whioh tho contest was conclucied wero nuou luat ll waa found neocssary to postpono tuo match until tho oncampmentof the euard. Tho rlav -JHlcctfeil 5k tha KUh of AilKUSt. Considorablo comment is boinp; made thronchout tho guard at tho way tho nrizo to bo contested for has boen so- cured. Tho oost of tho cup was about $100 and of this araount tho univorsity team contributod $48. Now eaoh ono of tho twolvo companies in tho rcgimont of tho guard aro asked to contributo $4 each, which will mako a total of $48...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 July 1894

VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., TuESDAY, JULY 31, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 27. In anclent tlmes we've oft bccn told, Unc Mldas turned nll things to sold, By modcrn change Its very clear Tiic old & lcft far ln tlie rcar, For all tliat trade at Colc's Caph Store Are tlius made liapny cvcrmorc. Ready Made Clothing and Fumishings, We have tlie cbcapest ana best assortment In Southern Vermont. We are connectc d with BHOWNINU. KINO & CO., the largest and most celebrated tailorlng establishment in the United Statcs They have attained success throuRh thcir excellent workmaashlp and closo a'tention to the wants of their customers. Prlces of suits made to ordcr, rango from 12.50 to $100. Five hundred samplos lo sclect from, Flt, prico and quality guar enteed. Call and bco us, C Gr. COLE'S STORE, OPERA HOUSE CLOTHIER, BENNINGTON, VT. PATENT LEATHER, and TAN SHOES. J u J BUTJRIGHT At Lowor Prlces than tho "Bankrupt Stocks" cartod around tho country; besldes, my stock Is composTJd of styles thata...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 July 1894

SEMFWEEKLtf BANNEK, TUESJJAY, JULY 31, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNKR. BENNINGTON. TUESDAT, JULY 31, 1694. Slngle Uoples ot the nnnner, In Wrappors for Mnlllnc lf Dealred TWO Veiitn. Xgf-Watch the date opposite your name on this paper. It shows that your xubscriptlon is credited on our looks to that date. Ifthe date is not changedxoith inafewdaysfrom the time arcmittanceis made, notify the publishers. Wm. F. Polk and family of Troy, aro horo for tbo summor, Misses Allie Clark and Qrace Eddy spont Sunday in Woodford. J. S. IIoldkn and family aro at Mar tha's Vlnyard, for two weeks. Mits. Joiin Wool Giiiswold is at the Groylock Ilotel, Williamstown. Miss Nellie Toomey of South Troy, N. Y., is visiting rolativcs here. WmTCOMn's Ins. Agoney (Burlington), paid Polloy holdors last wook $5,554. The Town farm now has twelvo in matcs that aro houscd and fcd thero. Mns. A. K. Ritciiik and children havo bocn sponding a few days in Pittsfield. Tiie regular mceting of the King's Daughtors will bo held ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 July 1894

1 SEMI-WEEKLY BAJKEK, TUESDAY, JULY 31,1894. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. North Bennington. Mr. and Mrs. Honry D. Hall are spend ing a fow wcoKB ai csaraioga Bprinns. A party of about tbirty of our young pooplo tonk a rido, Monday, to Lake juaudoraaic. Frank Eiploy, Soth Lawronco, Sanford Worthineton and Gconro MoKamarspont most o the past wtok camping at HodEO's ponu, near Huusuan. Frank Itice, formorly with tho Eagle oquartf junnuiacturing umpauy, um mnrln an oniratroinont and ls now work- ingfor the H'.'T. Cushman Manufactur- mg uompany. Tho North Bennington Cornot Band aro proparing for a lawn party and opon air concert. Itev. A. T. Stockwoll will ocoupy tho, oulnlt at tho Coueresrational ohuroh on Sunday next. Ho" will givo an account ot tno worK ot wio uowiuu nuasiuu m "Nnw Vnrk CAtv. Dr. Stockwoll is an in- tercsting speakor, and has had thia work in cliargo tor sorao years. Tho II. 0. White Company is ruuning on full timo and full ordors. It sooms ncnnlo aro rcalizinc tho need of ate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 July 1894

SEMI-WEEEXY BANNER, TUESDAY, JOLY 31, 1894, HOW TO CAMP OUT. Dr. Blxby of Plattsburgh, N. Y., Is to the huntera and flsherraen of that region what tho late Hon. Marttn G. Evarts of Rutland, was to an aasociation of Elks, quito famous yoars ago in Rutland coun ty. Tho Dootor givos an account of camping out, which wo copy: In a pormanont camp if onp noosn t havo a liouse, and it must bo admlttod a good sound roof inspires confldenco, thorowill bo a rootny wall tent, and oimui' iv uiu'iuij ujuk, 01 ij " uf f or rainy days. And it is niuoh bettor to calculato on taking things onougb to be rea3oai.Wvc-mforlabl", and to hardcn your hoart against tho sinking i'eeling that goncrally comos as tho conglomor nto mass of baggago begins to pilo up on tho piazza. Thero will be straw beds, or cots with somo sort of a light mat tross (possibly some of our roadors ro call tho Siameso mattrcss, two breadths of cotton cloth wlth transverse colls bo twoon, stuffed with cotton wool, direc tions for maki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 3 August 1894

VOL. LTV, In auclcnt tlmes wc'vc oft uccn told, Onc Mldas turncd all thlngs to gold, By modern changeiis vcryclcar Tlic old Is lcft ror in tlic rcar, For all tliat tradc at Colc's Casli Store Are tlins made hnppy evcrraorc. Brownlcs. Ready 1 ade Clothing and Wo havo tho cheanest ana best nssortment In wlth BROWNINU, KING & CO tho largest and most celebrated tailoring establishinent ln tho Unlted States Thcy hayo attnlned succcss through thclr excellent workmanshlp and closo attentlon to tho wants of thelr customera. Pricea of suits made to order, rango from $12.50 to $100. Firo hundred samplesiosclectfroin, Fit, prlco and quality guar onteed. Call and seo ui. C. Gh COLE'S STORE, OPERA HOUSE GLOTHIER, BENNINGTDM, VT. GO TO .... RICHARDSON 'S . Green Houses tor best quality & lowest prices. PAPER HAMIGS ! At Reducod Prices. In ordflr to close ont oar entlre stock of Faper Bangings to make room, we will sell 0c Parlor Emoossed Faper, 48c. 40c " " " 30c. 25c!ParIor Gilts. Plain ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 3 August 1894

V 2 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEK, FE1DAY, AUGUST 3, !84. HELP CAME AT LAST. Evoirwhon a Loarnod Wlan sald Hopo was Cono. '"Thi re Is no hopo for you," These words are nll sliort, you see. Each has but one syllable, yet tliey fall upon the human licart llko sledge hammer blow8. "No hopel' If ou have never heard the worda addressed to youraelf, you are not llkely.o understana now Mri. Emeline Morgan of Waterton, N. T fele when ber phjsiclan uttered them. In threo year3 of slckncss sho had taken a. great varlety of roedlcinea, that had one thlng in common an iv tcrlnaolllty to cure. ahe wns a prey to the worst form ot dyspepsla, and would never be well, the doctor sald. AfrlendtoldherofPaskola.the famoua artltt clally dlgested, flesh formlag food. Mrs. Morgan got two bottlea. Bhewiltesundcr date of May 7, 1894, "My stomach wlll boar food now. When I commenced taking Faakola, I could tat oniy ono tablespoonful of meal raado ln a gruel. Now I can eat almost anything I want, and I thank Ood I have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 3 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAtfNER, FRIDAY. AUGrUST 3, 1894. S THE MEETING- OF THE WATERS. Blowly and fiboof. 3 Arrangod by PBANOIS W0 ALSTON , 'giffPjEESib 'J J J nrft ee V.I. t? , I p 1 j I i t y -fl ' iimiiiiiihiiiicb 1 J l--1 C r 3 J i gT-g-F,-r -f- 1 ver 1 1 - 1 v ru... 8ra (2pp.)-2. 8m kiiiik nuti , , , , J 0 ft 1 -4- ! 1 Bva ..... .'.'.7.777. .'."7 8va loco. P J. J r i,t " : 4 1 u i 1 u r T-r r L3.J " LLf rlxH f-r-1-1 j Tbc Meetia$ f t!w Watcn. 3, THE POISONS that onter and thoso tvhich accumulata trlthln tho body Trill bo vlgorously opposed and ezpelled if tbe Ilrer bo activo. To kcep tbe Utot activo take Dr. Pierco's Pleasant PellaU. Health depends greatly upon rcgu larity of hablts. Wiixiah lUuicn, ot Uinden, Kearney Co "I was troubled irith bolte for thirty ycars. Four jeara tgo 1 wob so aflllctcd wlth thpm thst I bought Dr. I'lerco's Pleasant Pellcts, nncl toolcone'Pellct'ttf- tor fc!i meil. Tije DOU8 Boon aisappear- ea ana navo naa nona fllncc. I bare also bcen troubled with slck bcad...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 3 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAMTER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1894. fr TON BANNER. 1 BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1894. Slagle uoplea ol the Ilannor, In Wrappers lor MnUlnc lf Denlrcil TWO UentB. KfT'Watch the date opposite your name on this paper. It ahowa that your aubacription ia credlted on our looka to that date. Ifthe date is not changed wWi ..in afeuidayafrom the time aremittanceia made, notlfy ihepubllshera. Mbs. D. G. Burt is visitlng relatives in Rutland. Col. L. F. Abbott and wifo spent Sun day at Saratoga, N. T. Ira n. Dayton of the Soldiers' Home is visitlng in Middlebury. Mr. and Mns. J. n. RussELi. and daughter Edna, roturn to their homo in Now York City, to-day. Miss Gbace RussELtrbas gone to visit lier unclo and aunt, Mrand Mrs. G. A. Moon, of South Shaftsbury. On her fourteenth blrlhday, Tuesday, July 24th, Graclo Bassott ontertained a fow of her f rionds. It was a pleasant gathering. Mrs. Wm. Campbell gavo a pleasant lawn party, Wodnesday ovenine, in hon orof her nieces who aro visitlng...

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