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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 19 August 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ER1DAY, ATJGUST 19, 1892. ItOarei Cougbi, Colds, Boro Throat, Croup.Wheop ny Coagh. Sroachitls d1 Asthma Accruln carc for Consamption la flnt ttages. and a inre rellef In adranced Btages rMatonee. You wili see the excellenteffect after taking the flrt dosa SoM by dealeri eTerywhcr Urga BolUe 0 oeou and St00. lt Curoa Influcnza. 7V? tafes flW Purifie, KNOWN. This Grcat Germnn Jlcdlclno Uth chcap.cBtsnd bcst. 123rtoseBOf SUL. PHUlt J1ITTE ItS for 81-00, lcss inan ono ccnt n Uoso. lt wni curo uu worst cases of ekln uiseaso, irom a common plmpio on tno lac to that nwful dlseasc scronua. sulpiiur bitteks ia tne best medlclno to uso ln cascs of bucIi 6tubborn nndXry0ur K!d uccp 6catoa ulscases. i)o,ffncysnrcout nnt fiVPr tlkO j67nfrtWlii TTI Tw.w.... . ormcrcury.thcy nro dcadv ,.,, tn oirfc tin ly. Pl.Wvour trust iny 5 ounre flclc.no ,1'HUH BlTTKKS.tf tho purcst nncl bctJ""' uo" . . , medlclne evcrniadc. iCSL'jlhnr iiltterS l8yonrTongneOoately r WUhaycllorBtICKyr.uo...

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. — 19 August 1892

THE BEKNINGTON BAJOTEE, ' F&IDAY, AUGUST 19, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FRIDAY, AUGUST 10th, 180L'. Mnsle Coples of tlio Uanner, ln IVrappora for ITInlllris lf Deslrcd. Ilepubllcnii Caucii. The Hepublican voters of the town of Btnnlng toasre hereby notified and called to meet ln caucus at Free Ubrrary Xlall. on Thursday even Inff, August 25th, 1S92, at 7.50 o'clock. for the pur poae of nonitnatlng a candidate for Town Itepre sentatlve, and candidatea for Jtntlcs of the reiee.tobrfvotcdforatthe electlon Keptembcr th, I. E. GIBSON . D. WELLIXO. A. B.VALENTINE. Republicon Town Commlttee. Bennington, Vt., August 18th, 1892. Vacation timo flies. FAiit timo approaches. This scason beats tlio record for thun der, light'ning and rain. Refuse all Canadian Central Bank bill. Thcy aro no good. Old St. Swithin raust havo got full posscssioii of the weather helin, by tho way "the raiu it raineth every fow days." In tho absenco frora tho 2nd Congrega tionnl clioir of Mr, and Mrs. E. ...

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. — 19 August 1892

THE BENOTNGTON BANER, EKIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1892. COIMESl'ONDENCE. The Itoad Queatlon. Mr. EiUtor: Thero is ono thing in re gard to tho onward march of ovcnts in Yormont, and I prcsumo in othor states as wcll, and tliat is tho condition T)f pub lio hihways, which to-day Beriously in terfcres with lior dovolopracut. Tho present mothods of repairing and improving tho highway, to thinking and scientiflo raon at lesat, in this ago of the world, seom wholly inadequato to tho demands mado upon thom. In Benning ton county a largo part of tho highways ovon tlioso most used aro for quito a portion of tho year almost impassable, and this not frura any mal administra tion on tho part of tho rotid mastor but from a lack of knowledgo how to pro ceed and whab to do. Thero is a ccrtain picco of road of which I know, about two miles long on which largo sums of nioney aro expended cvory ycar, in factin tcn ycars thoro has becn monoy cnough expended to mako a Bolid macadamiscd road and yot it is now no ...

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. — 19 August 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON JBAOTER, MIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1892. DAITI.K'S MISTKESS. "Stop. Dapplo: wo raust look to tliis.' The sccne vr.is a green strotch o sumrner l.iwn in front of a flno old VirRlnia farmliouso; tlio speakcr, a sliRlit, briRht iaced girl, gracefully mouwted on a littlo gray pony. Tho sun was dronninir out of Bicht !)( Jilnd tlio green liilfs, and far away down thonvcr uencl ol tlie accoccok camo tno and then tho mufllcd roll of a drum or tho shrill brav of a buclc. Old Vlrginla, tho qucen mothcr of tho sunnv South, was overruu with soldicrs. dcvastated with flro and sword, shakon to her vory founuations by tuo thundors ol civii war. Coloncl Moreton was far away from liis pleasant home, iu tho front ranks of lcath and dangcr; but Ireno, his only dauglitor, oravea tno terrors oi mvaston and romaincd at tho farm houso with hcrlnvalid mothcr and a fow faithful sorvants. Cantorinr across tlio eround an hour after tho retrcat of tho invading troops somctlnng attractcu tlio young la...

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. — 19 August 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, AUGUS1 10, 1892. 7 A VOTEU IN SIICKOBE. Timo, a rrcsldential campaign. Place, an intorior Southcrn towii. Scone, a protty, importincnt cottago staniling baok from tho raain strcet. In tho best parlor, which vainly strugglcs to bo bric-o-brac-isli, is a dainty bit of womankind a bruuotto, all brown. At this momont sho is workinR horsclf into a curious sort of ragc. Sho lias pccked at oach Sioco of furnituro with a turkoy wing ustcr, and is now standiiuc on a chair, manipulating tho mantol sholf. Tho lattor is not bloatod by objccts of terlu. A fow vases, oups and saucers, silvor candlcsticks, and a little plastor Samuol, cotnplcto tho 11st. On ono ond sho has recently addcd a (Xoachuan) mirror with narrow tarnished framo. in whpso uppor soction is a wondcrful paintiuK of mi Dossiblo fiolds, dottcd with a prior raco of canincs, and a siiiRlo prohistoric fcmalo dcscondiiig a rod "S" shapcd path. It had bcen reposiug in tho VauRhn garrot for a contury but ...

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. — 19 August 1892

8 THE BENNINGTON JBAJmEK, EKIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1892. INTHE LOOAL FIELD. North Bennington. The person who took tho pair of pants from tlio piazza on Main strcot on Mon day will ploaso roturn them, or an account of ths matter will bo given in tins papor. Mrs. J. Q. McCullougli and ilauguter 1511a, havo joincd tlio yaohtinR party at Mount Dcscrt, an island in Maino. Tho island is one rntio irom ino inain janu, and has thrco harbors, North East, South AVcst and Bar harbor, tho last of whioh is so muoh notcd as a sumracr rcsort. n. C, White, Secrotary, gives notico of Taoos to be hold hero noxt Saturday (tomorrow), on tho Korth Bennington track. Tho courso is in fluo condltion and tho manacromcnt will bo ploascd to seo Bennington horsomen oyer on that occasion. Among 1110 onines is jnr. Loonard's maro, first class; raccs oallcd at 2 o'clock p. m., prorapt. Wo aro indcbted to tho flro worlcs put off at "Fairviow," on tho ovening of tho 10th instant, as a rolief to tho acousation of letting ...

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. — 26 August 1892

4 111 ptt tti n rf t itft BENNINGTON, VT., FHIDAY, ACFGUST 26, 1892. NUMBER 32. YOL. m. IMPORTANT TO ALL ! SAMPLB BALLOT. To voto f or a person. mako a cross Uko this X in tho squaro at tho right of Lia narao. Voto PEEAD THIS Governor. Residonce. Party. forone PRIGES, BtE DISG LEVI K. FULLER, Brattleboro, Ropublican. BRADLEY B. SMALLEY, Burlington, Domocratic. INSTBUCTIOXS TO VOTER8. In order to aid tho votcrs of Bennington County tho following bricf suggestions regarding tho workiDg of our now ballot law havo beon prcpared by tho County Clcrk: lst Don't stav awav frora the polls for fear you cannot properlyprepare and east your ballot. Voting under the new law is simplo and not difflcult EDWARD L. ALLEN, Fair Haven, Frohibition 2d. Go to tho polling place and givo I I TO CLOSE THE CO-PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN & BURT All goodg must be sold within thirty days. We shall demand spot cash for all goods sold incUwmg.andBhaHiriveyoubargainsInalllines. Thelprlces wlll be far below cash valuo...

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. — 26 August 1892

THE BENOTNGTON BATNER, FEIDAY, AUGUST- 26, 1892. DEFEItKED COCNTY NKWS. North Bennington. Aliss Smith of Troy, N. Y.. is vlsiting at Kiversido with Mrs. E. M. nenry. Mrs. TibboU of Concord. Jf. II., with hor little son, is spcnding rt wliilo with Mrs. F. 13. Jennings. Miss McCuno of arncsvillc, VTis., is on a visit East, and is at Uio prcsent with IKss M. II. Ilenry at Rivcrside. AmonR others who wcnt to Saratoga last Friuay 011 tlio oxoursion wore Misses Clark, Florence Towsley and Mrs. W. E. Simonds. They all roport a nice timo. Miss II. S. Wclling and Mrs. Ililand Hall and son Clark, with Miss S. E. Park of Bennington mado a visit to Lake Bon-Cushmatthall on Saturday last. f ho day was flno and all appeared to en joy tho outing. Mrs. Millard of Chicago, whoso maid en narac, "lang-syne," was Miss Ithoda "Wallaco of Bennington, visited Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Hall on Friday last, in corn pany with Miss S. E. Park. She wcnt to hersister's, Mrs. E. L. Ilawley, on Sat urday morning. Thoso...

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. — 26 August 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ER1DAY, AUGdST 26, 1892. 3 AT BBP THE NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL DRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. Jly doetor says It acti gently on the stomach, llver lndkldneys.amllsapleasant laxatlve. Thla drink b mado from hcrbs, oiid U prepared for use as easlly tstea. Itlscallcd LABE'S MEDIGMI All drufrgifits selt Itnt 60c. and $1.00 per packoge. Juyono today. Lnne'i Kamlly Medlclnn moios tho bnn-els each day, In onler to bo healthy, thl inecessary. The Greatest Blood Purifieri KNOWN. Thla Gre.it Rerman Medlclne is cheniicstand best. 128dOBsof SUL pnitn 'niTTKiJS tnr i nn. liaathan, ono ccnt a tlosc. It vrlll caro ttvsm t worst cascs of Bkln dlseaBO, rromir m a common plmplo on tho lace. to tii.it nwiui uiscase ocroruia. oui.l'llUK 4lllliH3 18 urcnr j best mcdlcino to uso ln nll cnscs of such Btnbborn andyour dcco ecatcd diseascs. Do IlOt eVCr takO ffnfrroy TTpp BI.UE PILLS i&ULPllUBQ ?rmcreury.thcyaredcad""aC "IB tho purcst and lcstJou'u5 II medlclne ovcr made. ...

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. — 26 August 1892

THE BENOTNGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FRIDAY, AUGUST 20th, 1892. Slnglo L'ople of the Unuuer, In AY'rapners for laallliiK If DeMred. TI1REB Ueiit. Mrs. W. n. Hitciicock has roturned from a flvo weeks' stay at Block Island. Miss Katherink Held of St. Albans, is tlio guest of Miss Minnio D. Schwarz. Will Sheldon of Boston, has been passiug his vacation licro, his former homo. Miss II. J. Morgan ancl Miss Blanclie Sibloy havo becn sojourning at Block Island. Mits. Frank Pope of r.ilmcr, Mass., is tho gucst of hor sister, Mrs. E. E. Hart. C. C. Kimball, Mrs. Kimball and Miss Etliol Wbeolor, aro visiting in Wil mington. M. R. Crimble and brido of Cohoes, N. T., aro visiting tboir friends, Mr. and Mrs. Nowton Johnson. The King's daughters will mcot with Mrs. II. G. Boot, Friday, Soptember 2nd. A full attondance is desired. CONORESSMAN RANDALL Of MaSSaellU- sotts is visiting his daughter, Mrs. John Wbol Griswold, at the Centrc. Geo. B. Greenslet aud ...

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. — 26 August 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, Jj'KIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1892. Moderator, ITonry W. Myors; Clerk, G. T. Parker. Somo little oprjosition was mot with at the nomination for Ropre sontativo, thoro beinR two candidates in thofleld, viz.: II. B. Thompson and D. T. Batos, but Bates was the most popu lar. Rottiug 70 votes for tho nomination whilo tho othor, C. T. Thompson, only gotO. Tho nominations for Justico aro as follows: Josoph Korwood, J. W. WriRht, M. Whlpplo, J. A. ratroll, n. S. Burrington, F. J. Pcttibono, Merntt Gardncr. DEMOCKATIC NOMIITATIONS. Tho Domocrats liavo nominated the followiug tickot: Ropresontatlve, John Barbor. For Justiccs, J. "W. Wright, D. F. Batcs, J. B. Myors, P. E. Brown, S. J. Grady, J. A. Patrell, II. S. Burrinnton. South Shaftsbury. Mrs. Charlcs Ilastings has not been as woll for a fow days. Tho "Workors" rncot with Mrs. Jorry Frcdonburgh this weck. Mrs. C. F. Ilastings is not fecling as woll for tho past few days. CTIIugh Gates of Philadelphia, is a guest of his unol...

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. — 26 August 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, Jb'KIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1892. THE MAKOII TO T1II5 GKAYE. Tho record of Grovor Cloveland in votooing peusions for old soldicrs, thoir widows and dependents is in keeping with tho viows of tho Domooratio party ow tho pension question. Democrats and Mugwuraps aro hoth opposed to tho -war. It is undoratood that lf Cleveland 1)0 clcctcd and tho Democrats securo control of both houscs of Congress a direct proposal to curtail pensions and preveut any furthri exteusion of tho pension list will bo made. Tho onslauglit upon tho Pension Offlce during this ad ministration, whilo nominally directod at tho mauagemont of that ofllco, was, in Jact, an attempt to projudico tho publio mind against tho payment of pensions to veterans of the war. It is hardly likoly such a schomp will bo indorscd by patri otio citizcns, and it will ccrlainly meot tho unqualified opposition of thoso who shouldered muskets for tho Union. Iu a reeont articlo tho Press pointcd out that tho census retu...

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. — 26 August 1892

THE BENMNGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, AUGUS1 26, 1892. A COCNTItY IDYIi. Kitty McKisson looked at hor brotlior and sighcd, and tlio sigh was accompa nicd by a glance of admiratlnn. HurIi McKisson was cortainly a flno specimon of young mountain m'anliood. Tall and muscular, with a litho and sinowy form, whosu graccf ul proportions ovon tho lialf coat, lialf saok, callod a "hunting sliirt," could not disllulso; a frank and plcasant cxpression and a voice that, in spito of a rather nasal tono whon its ownor was oxoitcd, was full and rausical Hugh was worthy of fotninino admiration. IIo was singularly ignorant of liis at tractions, and though bold in poril, foar ing neithcr man, boar nor catamount in a singlo ilght, was timid in tho presonco of woraen, liis mother and his sistor ox coptcd. Tlio owner, subject to his mothor's liforight, of a thousand acres of mountain land, of which ono-third was rich "bot,tom," or lovol land, with liorses in stall, cattlo in meadow and stccrs on tlio hill rango...

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. — 26 August 1892

THE BENMNGTON BA1WEB, ERIDAY, ATJGUSl 26, 1892. $x$ixt SxSSS$ 5ShJmI $f b&4 &44& A A A A A ASTONIS DUCTION s ARTMENT 5-J.$$2&iS K0$ 0 4 IF1- FEEAR' S TEOY CA8H B WM. H. AZAAK FREAR. THE HING RE N EV ERY DEP H RE Sliam Holders, Sbam Holdera can be obtalne J I 1 at Frear's thls month for f Afti ladles' Hose, Two and two strlpe, regular l f)C Uade, 13c per pair.or two pairsfor J t Table Llnen, 2) yards of extra fine Table Lln-1 -t OK en, August prlee f jp J. A t Prcnch Grenadlnc, $2 cream.all wool,41-Inch French ) RQn fjrenadlne, with narrow blaclc orj- ttOXjt lieiiotrope stripe, reduced to ) Jlantlc Lnmbrcquln, Frear will thls month sell you anandsome juanue iamDrequi "f 25C. eom ty tne yard lor lambrcquln Silks, In beautlful assortment, for Au- j rpTn ust tlie prlco will be i UVy. lacc Bcd Scts, Tbe priceona beautlfu! line of j (B- OK Xsce Bcd Sets has been rcduced to j Jf JL . t Table Lincn, lf yards of handsome fina Table 1 (ifift Xlnen reduced at Frear's to ladles'...

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. — 2 September 1892

I fett tramig VOL. LEL IMPORTANT READ II TO CLOSE THE CO-PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN OOL.E &L BURT All gooda must be Rold wltbln thlrtv da: ,ys. In cioslnK, and shall i i Eivc you oarirains ivc you barRalns iu all VdlitA ntrha itnnila 1 we have a laree stock, ficed to closc our Imslness. Now Is tbe tlmo able, well-flttlng. and well mado clotlilngfar tnc assortmem ls full. The Opportunity Don't neelect lt. tSVn exv cct thoac who and scttle thelr accounta. Allhou, '85 Krcgate a large sum, and we need lays. e money. COLE & CLOTHIERS AND f3u0iness JBtrcctory. C. H. MASON. A1TORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennington. Vt. 82 C. H. DAltLINU. AITOENKY AT LAW. Offlce over Firat Natlonal bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, o FFICEAT IIESIDKNCE, oltrj No.MZMatn st.. Bennington, vt. COALl COAL1 COAL! T IME AND CEMENT JLt AT WHOLESALE AND KETAIL. Depot t., J. II.LOR1NG Si CO., Bennington. U. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, PIUNTEE, 8TATI0NKB .andBLANK BOOK 1AKEB, Danner Bnilding,) North at. ensington. JAMES B. MEAC...

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. — 2 September 1892

THE. BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, SEP1BMBER 2,1:892. 2 UNCLE SAM IS- DOINO BCSINK8S AT THE SAME OLD STAN1. JNO. H. SABCHET, CAMBRIDGE, omo. Of nll the mlghty natlona, In the East or in tho West, Tliis glorious Yankee Natlon Is tbe greatest and the best. With a tariltfor Trotection Tothclaborersof the land, Uncle Sam Is doln j businera at the same old stand. cncmus. Then come along, come along, Rally for the fray, McKinley and Protectlon re bound to galn the Our faciories are boomtng, There Is plenty in the land, Uncle Sam is doiug buslness at the same old stand. The South can ralse the cotton And the West tho corn and pork, Then our milllon manufactories Can do the fluer wnrk. Just see the smoke nscendlne, Ab you trayel through the land, Uncle Samlls doing buslness at the same old stand. (Chorus.) There Is mournlng In Old Encland In their Free Trado Cobden Club; They can't compete with Uncle Snm Protectlon that'" the rub. Old Johnny Bnll ls hustling, But we hold the wlnnlng band, Uncl...

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. — 2 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAT, SEPTEMBER 2, 1892. ItOnresCoQKbi, Cold. Bore Throat, Croup.Whoop taf Cough, Bronchitll od Atthma Aocruloenrc tor Gontamption la flrit lUge a, n-J a tare rtllef la adr&nced ttngtu UMfttoae. YoawlUMetheexcellenteffect itertAkiiigthefiritdose BoidbrdeftiencTcirwbera. Lvga BettVM- 0 cenu ud $1-00. lt Cure lnfluenx. THE GREAT 1 German. Remedy J 1 IKUiHS rUH I Hfc 0IUIV.fl l-'nr thfisn ilimthlv $1,000 will bopatdl II ir a caso wbcro 80L. III Bllloua SDCllfcdcpcnu fnrn onSnu'iiunltiTTEKy PIIUB lilTTEItS Wlll III lt wlll cnro yon, notnsslst orcurc, 11 111 hcvcr falls. l)o voii suller with I thnttlrcdandatlgoncl Cicnnse tho Yltlatodl lood whcn vou MC iV c V D !, nU teellng; f so, nscf,i00(i :its lmpurltlcs burst ing tlirough tho skln inPimplcs,BlotcheB, md fiorca. Relv OD lt will curc you. III Opcratlvcswhoaro JJcIoBcIy conflncd ln Qtho nillls nnd work- Jshops; clcrks.who do not procuro mifllcicnt oxcrclsc, nnd all who aroconancdlndooTn. should uso SuLrnnit...

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. — 2 September 1892

4 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd, 1802. Slnclo Uopea ot the Banner, ln AVrnppers for irialllnc lf Dealred. THItliB Ueut. It would bo interesting to, know what the Reformtr oditor thinks of the "forco bill." The Democracy hold a rally to morrow ovening. Prorainont spoakers will bo present Mu. and Mrs. William Hall of Troy, N, Y., havo been in town a week, stoppingat tho Childs mansion. Miss Maooie Wiialen and Julia Cary, who havo beon visiting fricnda hero, ro turn to their homo in Troy this wcek. Leo Allen was in Bennington last woek, whero ho visitod Mrs. Jool Wyman, his aunt St. Albans Messenger. Wk wero pleased last woek to roooivo a call from tho Rov. Goo. Shepard, who is- pastor of a largo church on Long Island. Miss Bess'ie Bennett ontertaincd a numbor of lior little friends at her homo Wednesday af ternoon, ii boing hor ninth birtliday. The Graded sphools opon noxt Mon day. Thero are sovor.il changcs in th...

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. — 2 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, PR1DAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1892.- 5 Lodce and in svmpatliv with its bcncfl cent work. He refused official advance ment, but to tho last wecks of Iila lifo eontlnued to obev tho Ordor's coramand "Tisit tho 8ick: rolievo tho distressed," and tho surviving mombers, carricd out tho'latter partof tho iiijunction: "bury tho doad." AmonR tlioso prosent John 11. Pilling of Cohoos, N. Y. The Tarlff nota Tax. was Tho Phccnix lcarned that cortain Hnes of hosierv that aro roado m Germany, and UDOn which tho McKinlov bill raised the duty, aro now solling at a lower prico tiian ueioro tno 0111 tooK cnecc. Tho samo quality of goods is manufact ured in this country, buf ratlier than loso tho Amciican trado tho German manufacturers. om.Dlovint' choan hclD. pay tho incroaso of duty by rcducing the pnco of thcir goods, and sell in compe tition with American flrms. Wo ad- dresscd a lettcr to H. S. Bingham, im Dortcr and manufacturors's agent. Bon- 'nington, inquiring about tbis, and th...

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. — 2 September 1892

6 THE J3ENNINGT0E EANKER, FKIDAY, SEPTEJVIBER 2, 1892. CORItESr ONDENCE. ProTlncetonn, Mui. Mayo Cottaok, AuRust 21s 1802. Mr. Editor. Our own lristorio Ben nington has perhaps fortlio rlrst timo be como dircotly interested aud visitcd (by a numbcr of its old residonts), tliis very quaint old-fashioncd town. Thcro aro often coming beforo sus descriptlons of Provincetown on Cape Cod. It seems to mo not quito fairly dealt by; cortainly many things liavo beeu left unsaid in its lavor. Of courso overy intelligent per son knows that lioro is ono of tho safest harbors in tho world. Thon, too, all knowthatit bas boon a paradise for thoso who enjoy bringing fish f rom thnir ocean bome to ary land., It may bo gen rallv known, too, tbat tho Portugueso aro drawn hither in large numbers. I am told tbat moro than half of tbe pupils in tho publio schools boro aro Portu gucse, and bright tbey are, too. It is truo that thcro is no regularity in tbobuildings, publio orprivate. Butitis also truo tbat...

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