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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 7 October 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, jPJtilDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1892. BQy-Wo havo rccolvcd from Riohard A. SaalUeld, 704. 700 and 703 Tcnth avenue, New Tork, tno August number of his muslcal monthly entitlod, Tho Now York Musical Monthly. It is a marvel ot cheap ncss and excollenco. It fairly staggera us. IIow any publishor can afford to Rivo so mucb for so little surprises us. Wo all know wliat muslc costs, but hero jg a publicatlon of 32 pagas of music, largo size, largo priut, cqual In overy rcs peot to blgb priccd rausic, whloh isoffer ed to tbo publio at 18 ccnta pcr copy", or, $1.50 per yoar, post paid. Tho number to hand contains, August contonts: "Baby Ruth Schottische," by Marcus; "Babv MoKoo Polka," by Marcua; "Tbo Nasty Way 'o Sez It," by Inglo; "Au Matin," by Godard; "Ora Yro Nobis," by Piccolomini; "In tbo Chimney Cor- nor," oy Cowcn; "Angols bcrenauo," uy Smlth. Trovious nurabors contamed: enato" (Italiau), Waltz. by Jaxono; "Kltsmln Sohottisobo Miiitalro," by Leg- cett; "Darkio's Dmam."...

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. — 7 October 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER FEIDAY, OCTOBEB, 7, 1892. DEFUItltKD OOUNTx: NBW8. Woodford. Ono of Martln Cutler's bost team iorses dicd last wcuk. Mrs. Kimball has gono to tho "Smlth woods," near Stratton to Hve. Georgo Tudor of Somerset has boon at tho Summit IIouso a couplo days. Albcrt 'Wood, Monday on tho luku, shot flve wild ducka at ouo pull of the irigger. Tho lecture given by S. M. Bowles Monday ovenlng was for tho bonoflc of tho City church. Ebonozar Morso aud N. B. Pcrry and wifo of South Newfane havo becn at tbo Jlount Pleasant IIouso tlio past weeK. Tlrivirl CarDonter bas a lettor in tho "Woodford post offlco, post marked Now York, wbicn wm oo lorwaraeu 10 me Doad Lettor oflico if not claiined soon. Mastor Sammio Cutlor lias como horao from Waltham, Mass., and will Hvo with his fathor. Jamcs has gono from "Waltham to Boston to work in a Tcstaurant. Might as well commonoo "predieting" on the weather and say that if thoro is anything in the "equinoxial thcory" the oming wiutcr w...

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. — 7 October 1892

. THE BEINGTON J?ANNEE, IRIDAY, ,, OCTOBER 7, 18.92. GOOD P1E is much prized, hut mnnyy people can't eat pie becausc of dyspepsia or dyspcptic tendency. Everybody CAN EAT PIE if it is made with Cottolene, the new pure substitute for lard. Cottolene is simply pure cottonseed oil and pure beef suet, two of the healthiest foods known. Properly combined they are better than lard for all kinds of shortening, and everyone can eat, digest, and enjoy food cookcd with it. Food that was indiges tible when cooked with lard is easily digested when cooked with Cottolene, and many of the leading house keepers of the land say they can make niccr bread, rolls.biscuit, cakes, cookies, ginger bread, pies, patties, tarts, griddle cakes, cro quettes with Cottolene than with either lard or buttcr. Get itofyourgrocerandtry it. Beware of inittations. N. K. FAIRBANK & CO. SOLE MAKEUS, CHICAGO, and 6 Central Wharf, Boston. IO0OOGOOQO SPECIALMENTION.q If you Im.vonouppctiti),indlgcstlon, hcadaclic, "all ...

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. — 7 October 1892

' THE BENNINGTON BAINEil, EEIDAY' QCTOBER 7, 1892. 8 INTHE LOOAL FIELD. North Bennington. Goorpo Colo is movinjj into tho bouso vacateu by Mrs. E. D. Wbipplo. John Powers has bougbt tbo buildlng of Franklin Scott north of his storo, and has moycd it on to bis premiscs for a barn. Tho BanRS & Lyraan Corapauy havo sold thelr storo of goods, and heroaftor tho now flrm will bo Hathaway & Com pany. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Ilall aro in Sprincr ileld, Mass., attcnding tho wedding of their nicco Marv, daughtor of Cbarles Hall. Tho Baptist parsonacjeisbeing palntcd with mucli tasto, whioh adds greatly to tho appcaranco of tbat part of tho village. A carriago bouso and shcd is boing crcctcd on tbo Catbolio Darsonago grounds, for tho accomodationof tbo now priest, who kceps a borso. G. S. Wright is paintinpr tho Parcn Crcok IIoiiso, and othorwise fixing it up. It has ofton bcon spoken of as a fin'o location for a summor boarding bouso. A little son of Frcd Bottum, Clayton, nbout six ycars ...

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. — 14 October 1892

- ) ofam ttmxn yol. m. BENNINGTON, VT., FKIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1892. NUMBER 39. 4 4 FACTS AltE STUI1BORN TIIINGS. TUE FACT8 WARRANT US IN SAYING TIIAT TIIERE IS NO PLACE UKDER TIIE FOLDS OF TI1E AMERICAN FLAQ WUERE TnOSE IN WANX OF CLOTIIINU AND FUBNISIIINGS CAN BUY CIIEAFER THAN AT ISSSSSffSSffSfSffffSfffffSSfffffffffSSSttJ COLE S. DURINQ THE CONTINUaNCE OF TIIEIR IDISSOfiUTION SALE. TIIEYIN. VITE ALL WIDE-AWAKE, CASU-PAYINQ. CLOSE-BUYINQ PEOPLE TO CALL AT 417 AND 451 MAIN ST., AND THEY WILL PROVE THE ABOVE STATE MENT TO TIIEIR MTffiE SATISFACTION. &3!&&4 i i i i i Busincss JOtetory. O. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. AdamB' Illock. Bennington. Vt. 83 C. H. DARL1NQ. ArTORNEY AT LAW. Offlc over Flrst Natlonal bank, 44t' Bennington. Yt, DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. o FFICEAT RESIDENCE, oltrj No.tuaiain &t.. Bennington, vt. COALI COAL! C0AL1 LIME AND CEMENT AT WIIOLESALE AND 11ETAIL. Dcpot U, J. H.LORING & CO.. Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, "OOOKSELLER, PRINTER, STATIONKIl AJ AHD JJUAN...

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. — 14 October 1892

2 THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, EEIDAY OCTOBER 14, 1892. BINMNQION COUNTY IN THK LKO ISLATUKK. SENATE. Franklin II. Orvis of Manchester, Pro tectionist Kcpublican, was born at Man chester, July 12th, 1824. IIo is n hotel koeper, antl was oducatcd at Burr and Barton Semlnary, Manchester, and at Qrconwich Acadomy. Greenwioh, N. Y. IIo was a Senator from Bennington County in tho Legislaturo of 1809. Ko licious'preferonco, ConjjreKationalist. Justin O. Sanford of Stamford, Ropub lican, was born in Readsboro, May 21st, 1836. IIo is a farmor, and was cdticated in tho coramon schools. Was a membor of thn IIouso of Representatives in 18T8. Has hold tho usttal town ofllces, and h.is been a membor of tho "Vermont Board of Agriculturo. Ileligions prefcronco, Uni vorsalist. IIOUSK. Orion M. Barbcr of Arlington, Repub lican, was born in Jamaica in 1837. IIo ia a lawyer, and located in town in 1880, and rcceived an ncadcmlcal cducation. Bas held tho oflices of listcr.supcrintend ent of schools, and was ...

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. — 14 October 1892

TfiE BENNINGTON BANNER, miDAY, OCTOJBEB 14, 1892, 3 XtOnres Cougha, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup.Whoop tng Cough, Bronchitil and Asth.m& Accruln cure for Consumptioa la Cnt Ptagts, nd mrerellef ln adranced stagei. um itfincf. youwiUaeetheexcellenteffcct iter t&kinj the flrst dese. Sold by dcilcra everjwber& L&rgo Bottle- 60 ceuu and $l.OQ. H Curus lnfluenza. toes Blood Purifieri KNUWN, This Great Gcrman Mcdlclno Is thOyjfo, cnca pcstanu ncst. izsuoscsoi auu PIIUR 'JllTTEItS for $1.00, less than ono ccnt a aosc. it vrin curo inu woi-stcnsesof ekln aiseasc, from a common pimpio on tno iac to tliat awful dlsenso Scrofula. beet medicino to uso in nll cases of such stubborn anuifYour Kid- nOt CVCr takO JVnfnnlpr.ITsP BMJE PILLS SHtl'HDRQ ormcroiii7,tlieyarodealAUih.i; 'JT? I tho purest nnd best J"00' us0 . medlclne evcr made. ilnhnr Ttif m T. n r--L.3W .....- witnnTeiiowstlckvjB'iJon i wait untu you uj UJ I substancc? Jsyouiaro unablc to wal!i, or breath foul nndifare flat o...

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. — 14 October 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1802. Slnsle C'oples of tlio Banner, In Wrappera for iriullliic lf Deslred. THRBE Ceill. Mns. M. E. Maiis and son, Ilenry, of Weston, are visiting tho editor,s family this wook. C. M. Lambert went to Boston Friday on tho oxcursion, making a Dusincss trip with otlicrs. A iieavv frost. visitcd this section Sunday nlght, but it camo too lato to do much damagc, if any. Mr. and Mns. H. M. Stafford of Granito City, Iowa, aro visiting hcr brothcr, A. W. .Braistoci. 'St. Petkr's Guild will mcot on Mon day evening at8 o'clock, in tho Parish Hall. A papor will bo read. Hon. and Mrs. J. U. Coleman of California, aro visiting at Mr. b. M. Slbloy's, thoir daughtor Miss Sara, acoompanying thoni. Mr. and Ms. CnAS. Abbott of Port Schuylor, N. Y., visitcd Sylvester Plank and othcr fricnrls in town tbis wcek. It was tbeir wedding trip. .Tnnx Casey. a farmcr rcsiding in tho west part of tho town, susta...

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. — 14 October 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANfNEE, EKIDAY, OCTOBEE 14, 1892. rTlift Vow "Vnrlr "Prfi.ix unrlnr fchn tifclQ of "Send thom to Ilarribr," Says: "Ii you navo any noics ui uiu uiu uiu&i-u Stato banks send thom to Chairman Harrity as a campaigu subscription. Tho Democratic party favors a return to GtntAinlra nnrl Mi- TTnrrlfw Mlllrl Tl!rfl- ly ref use to ascopt a contribution in that klntl ot currency." mis is an opponu nity for tho Confcderatos, should any bo living, to nnload tlio old Bennington bank bills that tho Sccond Vermont boys passed on tho Johnnica during tuo vrar ot tuo KcDeinon. rneso ouu aro worth just as muoh today as in 1802 63 vvhcn thov nasscd as rcadily "down South." 8PECIAL BUSIXES8 LOCAL8. A. E. Donnclly's mtlllnory advertisoment is dolayed this weok and will appear in our noxt issuo. . Moantimo coods aro anivine at tho old River strcot storo. C3T"Tho Kiver strcot oash storo turns out a new dciivcry wagon uns wcok, owinjr to its incrcasod salcs and also a propriotor. Everyth...

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. — 14 October 1892

X THEBEKNINGTOISI BANNER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1892. FOL1A' l'ASOHALT.'S' GHOST. Protty Polly l'nscliall sat bolt upriglit, her red-brown curls fallinc in rioh con- f usion about hcr baro wliito tbroat, her browuoycs as wido as n slioliau not bcen In bed aud asleep for hours. Tho lamp vas turncd low, as sbo bad left it, and sbone with a dim, soft radianco ovcr all tho richly turulslicu toonr. Pollv stared-about licr. Tho cliairs. tlio tablcs. tho little nuaiutlv carvcd stand by tbo window, and which bold lier prccious pilRrim bottlo, wcro all just ub aiio liaa lott tnom. wiias coum uio noiso havo beon? Suddonly bbr oyes f ell upon tho little squavo iloor in tuo wau JllfJU ilUUVO UIU UUUK UilSU. "Mvchostatlastl" said Pollv, clasp ing her pretty little palms togoUier. Sho waited a momont in urcatiucss siiunco, but hcarinc no repotition of tho nOiso which had awakened her, sho sprang out of bccl, put on lier slippcrs anu urcssing cown. throw somo bits of wood upon tlio still glowiug emb...

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. — 14 October 1892

fTHE BENJSrtNpTOJ? BAJER EfffPYyi OCTOBER 14, 1892. Pure golden oll from batl of snow, And simple suet of Beef doth go To make up Golden COTTOLENE, Of cooVcing art tho royal queen. is the new cookiiif mnlerial for all kinds of frjing and shortening, to lake thc place of Iard. Tcstimoninls from CATHAR1NE OWEN, MARION HARLAND, EMMA P. EW1NG, ELIZA R. PARKER, CHRIST1NE TERHUNE HERRICK, AMY BARNES, Mrs. F. A. BENSON, Mrs. S. T. RORER, MARGARET WISTER, antl all the promincnt teach ers of cooking in this country Order it from your grocer. Manufactured cnly by N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. CHICAGO, and 5 Ccntral Wharf, Boston. C0QQO00OOO Tho ffcmllgst P1U in tha World ! Providerl tho great Organs Vo' thobody oro not lrrcpnrablyinjur-j d, thero aro levr discosea tliat Tfif Um ALIvcr, thoSplecn, tho Hcart nncl thoQ KlrincyM aro brought Intohnnnomnus actlon, nnd licaltlt, vlgor of mlml nnil fibody follow thelr use. Poio small. tjy 1'ricc, S3c O fflcc, 30 1'ark Place, N. Y. 0QQQGO0OO WUBTH A GUINEA A B...

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. — 14 October 1892

8, THE BENNINGTON BANNER FJRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1892. KTARTLIKQ. TblinaiNo Diiccrialn Sound-Wliat Doei TbU Dleaii To Onr Feople Ic HlURS WltU uGrent and Grand Ilnpe Somethlnc Thousauda Are Seekloc For X FactofMurvellou Import to All. Nowburcr. N. Y. A tcletrraphio dis- patch from Newburg, N. Y., reveals tho lact tbat a moro marvollous change has taken placo in tlio person oi ono 01 lts oldest and bost known citlzens. H. S. Shortcr, Esq., is an old man of 75 years, and livca at 391 Broadwav. Newbunr. N. T. It' appears that Mr. Sborter, who was an oxtensivo lumber dcalcr, began to grow languid, got tircd casiiy, was ner vous aud dobilitated, until at last be bo camo bo wcak and oxbausted that ho was just ablo to drag himsclf around. Ho lost flesh aud strennth so rapldly and bccamo so alarmingly prostratcd that hU frionds and relanves despaircd oi uis life. Nnw camo tho marvellous chanco. Suddenly Mr. Shorter was transforraed from bis condition of extreme weakncss to ono of strongth; bis...

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. — 21 October 1892

3 tmivugbm mmtt vol. m. BENOTSTGTON, YT., FKIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1892.1 NUMBER 40. jj DON'T BE FACTS AliE STUBBOIIN TIIINGS. TIIK FA0T8 WABBAUT U8 IN BAYINQ THAT TIIERE IS NO PLACE UNDER THE FOLDS OF TI1E AMERICAN FLAQ WHEUE THOSE IN WAN1 OF CLOTHINU AND FUBNISHINGS CAN BUT CHEAPER THAN AT COLE & DURINQ THE CONTINCaNCE OF TUEIR;DISSOLUTION 8ALE. TOEYIN VITEALL WIDE-AWAKE, CASII-PAYINQ, CL08E-BUYINO FEOPLE TO CALL AT 417 AND 451 MAIN ST., AND THEY WILL PROVE THE ABOVE STATE MENT TO TIIEIR ENTIRE SATISFACTJM. Business SJtrcctori). C. H. MASON. ATTORNEYAT LAW. . . Adania' Bloek. Bennington. Vt. 32 C. H. DAKL1NU. AXTORNEY ATLAW. Offlce ovcr First Natlonal bunk, 41tf Bennington. Vt, DB. MARY PARTRIDGE. o .FFICEAT RE8IDENCE, OltlJ IS0.4Uiaia oi.. cenninpton, vt. COAL! COAL! COAL1 T IME AND CE&IENT 1 1 AT WUOLESALE AND RETAIL. Oepotst., J.H.LORINQ &CO., Bennington. U. A. PIERCE, 13 OOKSELLER, FRINTER, 8TAT10NER Banner Bnllding,) North nt. cnnington. JAMES B. MEACHAM, ATTOHS'EY AND...

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. — 21 October 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1892. THE VIBION OP COLUMBtJB. The authorof being for agessnrjey'd The otII tht relgnM In the world he hd made; How natlons and cities.so lively and gay, The passlng of raoments sson niouldertt away. OH Babel and 8usa and.Salem were goDe; IUch Afric and Asla had flourlsh'd and done ; Poor Europe was sinklng wilh burdens opprest, And far and unkn'own were the ile ot the west. A mlwlon. portendlng a ralghty erent, I'erch'd over Coltimbus, and shadowed nls tent, Illumln'd hls eyes wilh the vislon of God, And carefully guarded the footsteps he trod, The Tapora wlthdrawlng. world he descry'd, . Wher down the fair vales the long rlrulets gllde. Wlde meadows ol maize, and the mountains of ore, And streams.taJfceaandharborsunheard of be fore. Lo there. said the angel. n na'tion appears, Whose ylrtues shall baflle the cnrrent of years ; Their tirhts hall be qual, thelr laws shall be jusfc Enduring whlle kingdonis shall crumble to'dusf,' There freedo...

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. — 21 October 1892

TBEE BENNINGTON BANNEK, EEIDAY OCTOBER 21, 1892. AT : THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL DR1GHT AND ntw AU lir GOIYiKLkaIOPJ 13 BfcTTER. Krdoctor ays It aeta pently on the stomach, IIvot Ind kldnevs. and lafLttlPAjmnt lnrntivA nii Ht-tnk- h mad from herba, and ls prepared for uso as c&slly LAHE'S MEMGIME ..All drucrglsta sell ltat 50c and (l.no rer p packacp. uj uuo rauj, i.nnc a ramny aiedlrlnn movrt Jie bonrrtt eachday. In ordcr to be heolthy, thl 1 TlACCRenrY. ' THE GREAT German Remedy. TRUTHS FORTHE S90K. For thoso ilcathlyl' $1,000 will bo pald RlHnuflRncllMlnittnn Iforn caso whero SUL- onSuLriiuitI!irrER?rnuit BiTTEns wlll lt will curo rou. InotnsslBtorcurc. It Do rou guflcrwlth ncvur lans. Uint tlrcdaua nllgonel CicanBO tho Titlated fecllng: t bo, uscfjiood ctl yo ccc SuiPiiUR HlTTEltSil.ta lmpurltlcs burst- lt wlll cure you. ntr tlirouch tho skln Oncratlvea wlin nri1 InTlmplca.Blotches, closcly conflncd ln tho nillls nnd work- ina tsorcs. Jtciy on SuLi'iiim BrrrEns, sttops; clcrKs....

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. — 21 October 1892

BENNINGTON BANNER BENNINGTON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21th," 1892. Mlnirle Uonlea of tbe Danner, In TVrannera for ITlalllns If Dertred. TBRBB Ueuta. Miss Maude Wheeler is visiting in town. Mits. L. S. HouonTON of Rutland guost at Frank G. Mattison's. .TamksS. Lindlky is building two dwellinc houses on Putnam strcot. vtts. n. R. Bennett of Now York is vlnitincr her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Stewnrt. Fifteen couplos from hero attonded a Hnnnn iriven In uraneo xian ouum Shaftsbury Friday evening. Majob R. J. Coffey is giving out to visitors at tho Soldiers' Ilomo some flno views of tho llome wnn its new cuapei. i'ABDON UUBSKL.li aul uuutjUKHi Frank E. Norton, and friend, MissBesaie T, J ,1n..nkfA. Vn-r nf nnnnincton. were truosts of A. F, Biggart this wcok. Iloosick Falls Dcmo- crat. MnnitnAN Tihde.No. 0. 1. O. of R. M, gavo a pleasant reception to members and friends at its council rooms in Adaras Tilnck Saturdav evening. Clam chowder was provided. Tiie Walloomsae IIouso at Bennington T...

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. — 21 October 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER . FEIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1892. TJio Firemen'a Fair. Tho first fair of tho Bennington Fire Dopartraont openod in Library Hall Tuesday ovening and closcs to-night. All day Mondar tbo committecs from the different companies wcro busy decorat- inp and getting tbo liall in ' snapo, ana wnen uioy unisnoa tiieir lauors tno vor dict was "well dono." Tlio sides of tho liall and fronts of tho enllcries aro fes tooned with stroamers of rcd, whito and blue. From tho ccntro of tho ceiling is 1 -- 1 . . ' ' " L' .7 auapunuuu n miuiuiuru iiusu mit buu from this stroamers run to different narts of tho hall. Tho sidcs aro adorned with pliotographs of pnuont and past onglncers of tho dopartment, pictures of flro scenes, trumpcts and other firomon's emoiems. rne siago is aiso very uunu soraelv arrantred and trimmed. A crowded honso Rreetcd tho openlng of tho .fair Tuesday ovening. Every availablo scat was tiken and standing room was at a premium. Tliis was tbo flrst aDDearanco of 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. — 21 October 1892

f . THE1 BENJmGTON J3AOTER, FKIDA-Y, OCTOBER 21, 1892. Mr.jlerber' W. Damonof Ohlo hai been Airarded Ihe Flret Triie, 81S0, Oflerea by the AmerlcanProtectlveTurlff Leagae for the BeatEsaayon the Tarlff. Cosn petltlon ls open to all Seniora ln Amerl can Colleges. The Preaent Prlzs Eeaay it Kntltled, "Ilai the new Tarlff FroTed Beneflclal?" and lt Ilerewlth Fartly Ap peare. MK. nEBBEBT W. DAMON'S ESSAY. Evcry problem of publio flnance In Tolves a problem of prfvato financo. -Tho public rovenuos oan bo gathcrod only from tho accrotions of individual toil. It bohooves every government, thoreforo, so to distributo tho burdens of taxation that thoy shall rost as equitably and lichtly as possible on its individual citizens. Tho Freo Tradcr insists that lhter natioual trado is rautually proAtable, ovun though tho advantages and disad vantages bo only relative. If .ono country possesses suponor faoilitics overauother m overy branoh of industry thoro will bo a gain in comraorco if, tho countr...

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. — 21 October 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNBR FJRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1892. WHAT TO EAT is a difficult problem with many people because but few articles of food agree with them. The doctor says AVOID GREASE and the result is unpalata- ' ble food. The reason the physician objects to grease is because lard is the articlc most used, and every phy sician knows that hog grease in any shape is un healthy and indigestible. Every one interested in pure and healthful food hails with joy the new pro duct COTTOLENE which is composed of pure cottonseed oil and purebeef suet nothing else not even salt. It is better than either lard or butter for all cooking purposes, and one pound of Cottolene will do as much as two pounds of lard or butter, and it costs less than either. 1 Every housekeeper that tries Cottolene will find in it just what she wants. 1 Bewareof imitations get the genuine of your grocer. N. K. FAIRBANK&CO., CHICAGO, and 6 Central Wharf, Boston. Tho smallost Pill in tho "World I Tuft'sTIiw SAVES MOI'ISY. ...

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. — 21 October 1892

iSE feNMNG40N BANNER, ERIDAY OCTOKER 21, 1892. 8 EESPE (TFl'IX T SUBM ITTED, SPECIALS ! OPENIG GRMB BISP1AY A FEW 0 FREA DIAGONAL DRESS HATE RIAL. All-wo lfllling doublewidth, 34 lns., ) SyA n tieayy diagonal at f JZ'JcXj HALF BlEACHED SHEETING Two yards wlde, is selllng freely at I 1 Gn the low price of f JLOt JAPANESE WOLF RUGS. In white or gray, slze 23x64 ln. IQ A O colorless, for the small sum of ( jp5 .t O BLAGK ROBE DRESSES. "Velvet aud ARtrakhan trlmmcd, also braldcd robes in black, good Taluc at $12, $16 and $18. Frear's price this week will be ; $6.00 BOYSMOVERCOATS. "Do not allow your boy to lake "I 'Cold and have pncumonia for want I C " ff of an ovcrcoat, whcn you can gt fjpX.W one at Frear's ihin week for J COiWORTABLES, A good Comfortablc can be purchased I iQp at Frear's Bszaar tbls weck for j " fj MEti'S PANTS TO OFiDER. The largest linc of (uitlngs to se lect from; the best and most per fect fltnguaranteed. Call and see the besutlful llne ot pantlngs to se lcct frm...

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