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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 September 1892

mn BENNINGTOJSr, VT., FREDAY, SEPTEMBBR 23, 1892. MJMBER 36. vol. m. II. 4 . . . ... n-n,xt-io friri? rALlH AitHi blUUUUlw1! .llunuo. luu iauavj .......... - TIIAT TIIEKE IS NO PL ACE UNDER TIIE FOLDS OF T1IE AMERICAN FLAO tvr ntivn np r.rrvrTTTK(S AND FT7UNISI1INGS CAN BUY lLl'jUr injart xtx "ivuA v- CIIEAl'EIt TIIAN AT COLE & DUMNG THE CONTINUaNCE OF TIIEIR .DISSOr.UTION SALE. TIIEY IN V1TE ALL WIDE-AWAKE, CASU-PAYINQ. CLOSE-BUYJNQ PEOPLE TO CALL AT4I7 AND 451 MAIN ST., AND TIIEY WILL PROVE TUE ABOVE STATE- ENTIRE SATISFACTION. 1 JBusincss JHHrcctoqj. 0. H. MASON. ATTOUNEYAT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennington. Vt. 38 C. H. DARL1NU. AnORNEY ATLAW. Ofllce over Flrst National bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. o FFICEAT RESIDENCE, i ... n)i(nUU PotminiFtnn Vt. COALI C0AL1 COAH LIME AND CEMENT -,TT AT WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL. Depot st., J. II.L0UIN0 feCO.. Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, rRINTER, STATIONER and BLANK B00K 1AKER, Banncr Bullding,) North nt. cnniufrton. JA...

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. — 23 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1892. IBE OHOLEHA. rtaaracterlitlca ofthe Dliease-Hules to be Observed Durlnc Iti Prevalence. In viow of tlio fact tbat As'mtic cholera has reaclied tlio shores of this country and tliat in all probabtlity its raarch in land can bo anticipatcd, perhaps a word rccardini; tlio disoaso itself and a fow sufrecstlons respectiiii; Its treatmont would bo acceptablo toyourrcaders, says lir. A. r. unnnen, in tno lemington Free Bress. Cholora is essentially an infectious dis caso and depends for its dovelopment up on tlio prcsenco of a microbo or trcrm called tlio comma bacillus, which iinds its wav into tlio stomnch or intostincs (eitber in food or dnnk). whoro lt rapid lv develops and multiplics, causinc in- llammation of tlio muscus lining of tlio intestine. Tlieso bacilla aro so small that it requires a magnifyinf; powor of 600 diamcters to see tliem. Tliey aro found in largo iiumbors in tlio dojcotions, but raroly in vomited mattor. Tlio actua...

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. — 23 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, SEPTBMBER 23, 1892. f jiKE THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIOHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. My doctor aays It acts gently on the stomnch, llrer tndkldneys,andlsapleasant laxatlvo. This drlnk b made from herbs, and ls prepared foruse os eosliy Xstea. Itlscalled LAHE'S MEDIGIME All drurelsts scll ltat 60c and $1.00 per package, 7 pne KMlay. Lnne'a Family Aledlrlnn morrs the bowels cach day. In order to bo healthV. thl snocessary. Qk. Thfi RsQf nnrf Pnrp.st Medicines tffS. EVKR MADE. Xwrtwlll tlrivc tho IlmnorfromjW t- CMy6tem, nnd mako your ekln Sn A.iv!w:elenn and Bmooth. Those ..w wu.u.. . Vt V'PKrimples nnd BlotchcsW S'V VASLwhlchmar your bcnutygi -V u.wvu. - . I E3a I 2 VV. -'O i 1 " -ft,-?. o. Tho I)obo ls I llflsmall-oulyat III DllVUUluti - - "V 1 Ibcst nnd cheapcst ! I mcdlclne. Try it, ai IU net lt of voiir Drugglst .13 nnsTWAIT. GBT1TATONCE l If you aro gutTcring from Ktd. old ago, usfi SULPIIUU BITTEKS7 Tuey never iau vu u.u. BoBton.Mns., t"...

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. — 23 September 1892

THE EENNESGTOJSI BAlffllB, EEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23th, 1892. Mntrlo coplen ol the Uamior, In IVrappera for HlatlliiR If Denlred. TIIHUIi Cenw. Next Thursday will be Michaolmas Day- . . . Dn. Ciias. 6. R. Jenninos is in town tliis week. Miss Lizzie Basbett is visiting licr parents hero for a few weeks. Maj. A. B. Valentine is building a sraall addition to his knitting mill. Tiie Messrs. Dowoys havo sold a build ing lot to Contractor Robcrt E. rilling. Miss Lillian Valentine roturncd to school in Nowburg.N. Y., Wednesday. Mits. Bi.oss, mothcr of Mrs. R. J. Cof foy, has boen ill this week but is better. Miss Ehzawctii Ahcott is to rcturn to St Agues school, Albany, N. Y., tho 2Stb. Tiie arraugements to colebrato Colum bus Day hero by tho schools and others, ave well in hand. Last Wcdncsday ovening Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ilayues gavo a card party for a fow of their friends. Tiie vcncrablo Luthcr R. Graves says lio is cnjoying bcttor hca...

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. — 23 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, SEP1EMBER 23, 1892. Althouph tho Domocratio voto in Ver mont is a little lcss this ycar thari in 1888 and 1890, tho nowspapcrs of that party, outsido tho State. speak of Dcmocratic gains in tho rocont eloctlon. In factthoy not only failed to mako any gains, but did not really hold tlieir own. An etlort to determino from a comparison of ono presont with tho formor votcs of that party, how long it would ho bcforo tho Vermont Doraocracv would bo in a majorlty, would mako tho famous horse- snoo nail problcra a racre pastime. at. Albana Messcnger. SPECIAL BUSmESS LOCALS. JgfNoTiCE A limitcd numbor of boardera can be accommodatcd at "Tho Putnara." Tcrras rcasonablo. Apply to L. Collins, Managcr. C5T"A new assortmont of inkstands at tho Bamni:k Stationcry Storo. J-Fifty engravcd cards and plato $1.33. Leayo orders with JamcsWood. Jr. at Squiro & llawson's storo. ' CST-Miss C S. Koyes has just rcturncd from Now York and will havo hcr millm ery opomiirr ncx...

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. — 23 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON JBANNEK, iRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1892. 6 IN A BLIZZARD. Mf8. Clifford and hor daughter, Dovo, lived in a flat in a.comfortablo, old-fashioned liouso in tho west ond of Montreal. The fact that it was anoldliousedelight ed Dove; sho did not know why Mad ame, tvho livcd below, was so ready to oxpatiato on tho many Inconvenionces of an old house. Why should sho know? Here was this brieht little madamo liko most Fronoh Canadians, full of resources and rcady to do anything for her "loua taires"; also Martha, madamo's little servant, who thought it an honor to bo allo wcd to entor the llat up-stairs. Noth ing could havo been moro comfortably arranged than this samo flat in tho old fashioned house. Wlien tho wator frozo down-stairs, poor madamo had to thavr tho pipcs. Send for a plumberl no, indeed. Madamo despiscd mon; they wero dull, slow creaturcs, these men, and oharged exor bitantly. Thoro was nothing madamo could not do far better tban a man. Madamo roso overy mornlnc ata...

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. — 23 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON" BANNER, FKLDAY, SEP1EMBER 23, 1892. COTTOLENE READl MARKI LEARNI AND INWARDLY DIGEST. Llfe and health depend upon wholesome digestible food. Food to be easily digested must be prop erly prepared. This means good cooking, and a good cook must have healthful fine flavored ma terials. People are everywhere awaking to the importance of greater care in the selection of food materials. COTTOLENE TAKES THE LEAD Among cooking materials, be cause pies, biscuits, and pasiry are better flavored, more delicious and more nutritious than food prepared with animai fat. Wein dudealso every thing FRI ED such as potatoes, eggs, fish, mush, hominy, etc, etc. Everybody knows that vege table food is, In the long run, far more readily assimilated by the digestion than animai products. COTTOLENE Is essentially a vegetabie prepa ration and is guaranteed to be a sure preventive of dyspepsia. Manufacturcd only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO. and 5 Central Wharf, Boston. 0 CJ Forsons npp...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 September 1892

8; THE 'BENNINGT BAOTtER; ' i FEDpAX, .? SEPD5EMBER 23, 1892. -INTHE LOOAL FIELD.,- - Woodford. A beautiful equinootial! Miss Judd of Honolulu, Miss J. A. Yalontino and tlio Clark sistors havo been in town this weok. Mr. and Mrs. AVilbur Dunton and Miss Eva, aud Henry Staplcs of Rutland aro spending a vaca'tion in town. Mrs. Holdon and daughtor, Mibs Anna Park and Miss Pattison of Bennington, havo bnen at tho Suramit Ilouse. At tho town meoting last Saturday it was votcd to acoept tho 2,100 Stato aid for tho hlRhways. Tho meoting was harmonious and noarly all seemod to be "of ono mind." Good roads spoak woll for atown. Tho Rov. M. Y. Brown, Pownal, Rov. E. a. Woodward, Shushan, N. Y., will bo at tho chapel, Woodford Hollow, Sunday ovcning. Tho Rov. A. O. John son, Castleton, will bo thero Monday evoning. Tho Rov. Doxter Mooiy "flllod tho bill" at tho Union church last Sunday. Mr. Moody has preaohed tho gospel flfty-flvo yoars aud oxpounds tho Scriptures with vigor. At tho af ternoon...

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. — 30 September 1892

YOL. LTI. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1892. NUMBER 3. v.rvr-a nic DTI!linmV TlllVna TtlW THAT TIIERE 1S NO FLACE UNDER TIIE J40 CHF.AFER THAN AT mtSSSSffSlftSlffllflfl GOLE & DUIUNU TIIE CONTINUANCE OF TIIEIR DISSOr.UTION SALE. THEY IN- Q VITE ALL WIDE-AWAKE. CASU-PAYINQ, CLOSE JJUYINQ PEOl'LE TO CALL AT417 AND 451 MAIN ST., AND TIIEY WILL rROVE THE AliOVE STATE MENT TO TIIEIIt ENTIRE SATISEACTION. I $SsSS0&SS44 III I Busincss JDivcctorj). C. H. MASON. TTOUNEY AT LAW. i. A Jams' lilock. Bennington, Vt. 32 C. H. DAUL1NU. ArTOKNEYATLAW. Ofllce over First National banlc, 44t' Bennington. Vt, DU. MAKY PAItTRIDGE. o FFICEAT UESIDENCE, SltfJ So. Jlain ai.. uenningion, v. COAL! C0AL1 C0AL1 X IME AND CE1IENT JLj AT WIIOLESALE AND KETAIL. Dcpot st., J. II.LOIUNG & CO., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCB, BOOKSELLER, PRINTER, STATIONER AND BLANK BOOK 'IAKER, Banner Bulldlng.) North st. 'ennlngton. JAMES B. MEACIIAM. ATTOHSEY AND C-OIJN'SELOTt AT LAW. 18 Offico In Tark Block, Room...

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. — 30 September 1892

2 THE BENNINGTON JBANNEK, EE1DAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1892. CONOEBNING TOE NEW BAILOT JjAW. The ballot law onacted at tbo session of tho legislature in 1890, and amendcd at tho extra session In Augustt 1891, has been for several weoks tho subject of varying comment and criticism. To the officials cntrusted with tho labor and responsibillty of formulatinc tho ballots and othor paraphernalia tho law pro soribes, lifo was a burden till tho f urnl ture was finally completod and trans mittcd to tho officials whoso businessit was mado, on clection day, to "piess the button" and abido in full faitb and con lidenco tliat tho "kaugaroo" eleotion machinery "will do tho rest." This pro liminary work was finally accomplished, and tho- rcquirements of tbo law, plain or hazy, mot, in this section, at least, with a coramendablo dcgrco of accuracy and perspicuity. A candidato somotimes shuflled of his mortal coil aftcr bo had bccn entered for the raco for offico and the tirao limit for making noraination...

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. — 30 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BAENER, EKIDAY, SEP1EMBER 30, 1892. 3 It Oorei Coughi, Colds, Sore Thrott, GroupWhoop ing Congh. Bronchitil od AlUuna X ceruln eare for Conf umptloa ln flrit iugs, nd lunrclltf lo adracced eUget. UMttoaee. YoawiUieetheexcellenteffect liter taking the flrit doto. Sold bj deilen Terywher Urga Boula- fiO ecnu ud 51.00. it Curoa Influe&uu The Bestand Purest MedicineS NOv - - . . S. EVUR MADE. JKitwlUiWTCthonumorfromyonr vKSikClcnn anil smooth. Tliose "V- .wWchmarj-oiirbcauty . 'eooDloou, anu can iiijii nSTV"". if you arel nucr, Ofc. C . 1 1 '4 tfc .Tj, '0, V,, J. va -yfc c v. wi. 13 SiB ennnnfnl. 'it ll thoN . tfO r . .ov fr-. r'. medlcino. Try it, nt i.tlll hrt aitlaflpH. Don'tWait. Gktitatonce rr vmi nrfl mifferlnc from Kld- ncr lMseaso, aml wlsh to Hve to TUcy ucver ui w jiuu. ctirina tn A. 1'. Ordwav & Co.. Botton. Ma8a..fn' licetmeillcalwork puullshetl? A wornan loves beauty, and delights in a fine walch, if it keeps gooci time. The coin-silver and gold fille...

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. — 30 September 1892

4 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON' FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1892. Mlnsle Copie of tlio Uaiinor, ln Wrnnpcra for irialllns lf Denircd. TUItKK lletit. G. L. ITAnwooD cntors tlio Albany Col logo of riiarnuicy to-raorrow. Mn. E. W. BoucurroN of Bennington Centro is said to bo dangerously ill. RTiwn J. Dewey, Representatlve dect, goes to Montpelier next Tuesday. Tiik King's Daughters will meot with Mrs. J. S. llolden noxt Friday, Oct. 7tli, J602. Mits. Wm. Hasweli. of North Adams, Mass., is visiting fricnds at Bennington Centre. CiiAnLKS IIarvey is buiUling a dwell ing liouso on Bccch strcet south of Rufus B. Godfrcy's. Tiie King's Daughters aro planning for a plcasing cntertainmcnt to occur about or just boforo Thanksgiving. Oub old townsman, Olin G. Walbridgo of Now York, has been a guest of Col. J. U. Walbridgo for a fow days. Bovs of about six or eighfc years aro throwing stones altogothcr too carclcssly about our strcots. Their parcnts...

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. — 30 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, I!RUAY, SEPTEMBEE 30, 1892. There Is more Catarrh In thls sectlon of thn bountrv than all other dlseasesrjut tor?ether. and luntll thelasttew years waa supposed tobe lu- curaoie. fora creat many years uoctors pro- uounced Italocal dlsease. and pretcribed local k-tmediej, and bj constantly failinR to cure wlih uocal treatment. pronounced. lt lncurable. ISclcnco bks proren catarrh to be a constltutlonal Uisease, and therefcre rcqulres constltutlonal irrnuneni. naua I'aiaiTn L.'ure. manuiacturea byF. J. Cheney& Co., Toledi, Ohio Is the only !onstltutionnl rnre on thn market. It ii takrn In. kernally in doses froin 10 drops to a teaspoonfnl. Ut acts dlrectlr on the blnod and muMim surfacrn bf the Bystem. They olter one hundred dollars jor any case lt uus to curo. benu for circulars ana tesiimoniais. Aadrcss. F.J. CIIEXEYA rO .Toledo. O. fc-Sold by Dnif gists, T5c. l'rompt and Llbernl l'ayment. Jfr. Eilltor. I wisli to acknowlctlce. OrtA frvr S1 IVK nn (lin I f...

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. — 30 September 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1892. BELLE HURGOYNE'S BLUNDEIt. As Gcrald Dubrassut was walklng along a seclud'ed path in tho environs of Florenco, he lioard some ono raoan. Ho glanced through tlie bushes and saw a young girl soated on ono of tho lustic benches. He hoad thrown back, and thero was an oxprcssion of pain on hor iaco. Sho was simply but neatly clad, and a portfolio lay on tho bencb bosido hor. Ho approaclied hcr, llfted his hat and Tcindlysaid: "You seora to bo in dlstress. Can I bo of any service to you?" Sho lookod up, hor soft grayoyos ecarching his bronzed, handsomo faco. "Slr, l havo Bprained my anklo and "badly so, I am afraid," sho said, spcak ing with considorablo offort, though hor -voioo was none tho lcss sweot "I did it while clamboring about ovor tho rooks." "I'll orfler a carriago," ho said. IIo hailed a publio convoyance and thon gontly holpcd her into it. Ho seatcd himself oppoaito to hcr and tried to ongago her in convcrsation, but found...

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. — 30 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBEJEt 30, 1892. Llffe-Saver The school boy's composi tion asserted that pins had saved the lives of many peo ple by their not having swal lowed them; so lard has saved the lives of thousands by their having avoided food of which it forms a part. Hog'slard is responsible for much indigestion and dyspep sia, any physiciaii will tes tify, hence has been introduced to take the place of lard. There is no secret as toitscomposition. 6 onsists only of highly refined Cotton Seed Oil, and Beef Suet. Clean, delicate, healthy and economical. Lard has had its day, and a greasy day it was. When next about to use lard, 'Don't, but try Cottolene. Atleadinggrocers. N.K. FAIRBANK & CO. Sole Manufacturers, CHICAGO, and 5 Central Wharf, Boston. Tho mnnllost Pill in the 'Worldl ' THE SECRET W kof recrultlng healtli Is dlscorercd iH S9 Tiny Liror Pi 1 In liver nfTcctlons, slck Iieodache, dys-1 popslo, flatulence, hcartburn, blllons . couc, eruptions 01 uio suin, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 September 1892

THE "BENMNGTOJSI BAOTER, F.RIDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1892. fr (Conh'nuedrom .FouWi PrflC.) vico-prcsldent of tho Woman's Board for. vermont, caueu n mecunu; 01 wuwuu Middlebury, in June, 1873, for tho pur poso of orRanizing a brancli. Tho "Ver mont branch was thon formed. Mrs. Luther Daniels was chosen prcsidont; Mrs. J. n. Goulding, secrotary; Mrs. Geo. II. Fox, tro.isnrer, all thcso wero from Rutland. It was voted to hold tho annual meoting tho laat Wednesday in October. Theroforo livo months consti tuted tho flrst financial yoar. Tho rc coipts during that timo wore $503.40. Mrs. Daniels resigned her oflico in 1875, and Mrs. Iloraco Fairbanksof St. Johns bury, was clcctod prcsidont. Mrs. Fair banks resigned in 1883, and Mrs. A. W. "Wildo was olocted presidont. Mrs. Wilde resigned in 1890, and Mrs. G. G. Beuo diot was choscn prcsideut. Tho Branch has liold twenty annual and twenty Juno raeotings. Thoro has been contributed to tho Woman's Board sinco tho branch was formed, $83,041.82, ad...

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. — 7 October 1892

nnington attttef BENNINGTON, VT., PKIDAY, OCTOBER 7, ' 1892. TOL. LII. NUMBER 38. mt 4 4 ii E FACTS ARE STUBBORN TIIINGS. TIIE T1IAT TIIERE IS NO PLACE UNDEIt TIIE FOLDS OF TIIE AMERICAN FLAQ WHERE THOSE IN WANX OF CLOTIIINQ AND FUUNISMNGS CAN BUY CHEAPER THAN AT Xfr v'vvvvv" " - - GOLE & DURING THE CONTINUaNCE OF TIIEIK IDISSOLUTION SALE. THEYIN- V1TE ALL WIDE-AWAKE, CASH-PAYINO, CLOSE-BUYINQ PEOI-LE TO CALL AT417 AND 451 MAIN 8T., AND THEY WILL PROVE THE ABOVE BTATE MENT TO TIIEIR ENTIRE SATISFACTION. 3&ss rmr JBusincsB HJtrcctorjJ. C. H. MASON. ATTORNET AT LAW. Adams' Bloek. Bennington. Vt. 81 C. H. DARLING. ArTORNEYATLAW. Offlce over First Natlonal bank, 44tf Bennington, vt. DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. o .FFICEAT RESIDENCE, ,., COALI COAL1 COAI.I T IME AND CEMENT JU AT WnOLESALE AND BETAIL. IDcpot st., J. II.L0R1N(1 & CO., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, 13 OOKBELLER, PRINTEU, STATIONER Binner Boildlng,) North nt. icnnlngton. JAMES B. MEACHAM. A TTOBNEY AND J. COIINSELOR AT LAW. 1...

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. — 7 October 1892

THE BEKNESGTON BAKNER, FEIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1892. WOOL AND TIIE TARIFF. Mr. Jolin Consalus, a RonUeman well lcnown to many In this community, and tvlioso autliority on tho subject of which lio treats will not bo qucstioncd, has a lotter in tho Troy Timea of tho 28th ult., givlnR tho rcason for tho low prico of wool in this country, in which ho says: The-writor road tho articlo in your is suo of tho 23d inst., replyinr; to a friend who inqulred why, if tho tariff proteots tho wool Krower, thero should bo a do clinoin tho prico of wool. I wrts vory much plcased with your explanation and with tfio'facts set forth in your reply: hut for tho boneflt of yourcorrespondent I will givo a few furthor facts and fijj ures. Tho world's supply of wOol has moro than doubled within tho past twenty ycars. In 1871 Australian wool crowors produced a clip less than 200,000,000 pounds; in 1801 thoy produced ovor400, 000,000 pounds. In 1871 wo imported 18,000 bales of Australian wool; in 1801 we 'imported ...

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. — 7 October 1892

THE BENOTNGrTON BANNEE, PRIDAY, OCTOBEB, 7, 1892. 3 i THE NE5CT MORNINQ I FEEl DRIGHT AND NEW AND MV COMPLEXION IS BETTER. Hy doctor says It acta gentty on the stomach, llrer Indkldneys, nnd Isapleasant loiatlve. Thls drlnk b made from herba, aud ls prcporal forUEO as easlly Hlci. Itlscalled LftHFS fflEDIGIHE A1I drufglsta soll It nt 60c and 1.C0 per packagc. uy one to-day. Lnne'a Family Medlrlne motrit Ihe bon-e ls each day. In onler to bo hcalthy, tbi' lnecessary. 5 KNOWNi Thls Grcat German Medldno ls the;yk. cncaitcst and ucst. vss uoscs oi a u u 1'iIUH UITTEKS for ?l.oa,lcsBinanjw ono ccnt a uose. it wm curo mcv a common plmplo on tlio face. kj iiiai awrui aiseaso ocroiuro. SULl'mJK BITTEIIS ls bost mcdlclno to uso in all, ca8cs of Buch stubbgrn nndflyour E13 Uccd scatcd. dieeajcs. Do notcvcrtako A'oforder.Use or mcrcury.thoy aro dcndfl "f.t ifL'JS: " ly. I'lace'your trust lntlaJhTt ifia SULPHUK BITTERS.yfl:' tt?fawmit 11118 ttio purcst and bestya us0 ( mcuicine evcrmaae. frjjUl...

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. — 7 October 1892

0 THE BEKNINGrTON BANNER, ERIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th, 1802. Single vople of tlie Banner, In "Wrappora for TOalllnc If Denlred. TBHBB ;eiila. E. W. Bodouton of Bennington Cen tro is reported to bo Improving. Justin KELi-ooa and family havo left Bennington Ccntro for tbeir Troy rosi dence. Miss Sidlky'.s opening of Autumn milllnery begins to-morrow. Soo another column. The 2d inst. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hyde xejoiced over tho advont 6f a son born thnt day. Drysdale answors tho quostion "Who struck Billy Pattcrson? " in anothor col umn. Rcad it. Smitii Collins leaves this week for a two months' visit to friends in Connecti cut and Massachusetts. The annual weighing of mails hasboen in progress, and makes lively work at times in tho local postofflce. Honry E. Burgcss has lcasod a botel in Shushan and will tako chargo of it in about two wceks. Rutland Ilcrald. H. G. Root and wifo oxpoct to leavo about tho first of November for Cali fornia, whc...

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