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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 November 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER EKIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. 5 WAlt KflHIKS. Kxcltlng Experln nceuf Uommander Darld Noyei Obo ofthe Hoil Fopnlara. A.R. Veternns In tho Country 4 Wonderful Thlngaml W Ilrllevo It tn boTrue. He escaped beiue kllled in battle. But lio came dangcrously near death sincc. This in bricf is tlie cxpcrienco of Past Commander David Noyes of Manchester, n. J. That Mr. Noyes is a most popular and lionorcd citizen is ovideut from tho fact that lic has bcen elfctcd fivo diffcront years Commander of Kcno Post, No. 84, G. A. R., that he is a Free Mason of hleh dcgree, a Juitico of tlio Peaco, Ruling .hlucr and Trcasuror of tlio I'resbyterian Uliurcli, a momuer ol tho iioara of JSciu- cation and has bccn sent as dclcgato to county, btato and coucrcssionai conven tions. Tho word of a man so hichlv honored at lioino nmst carry tho grcatest conrictiou and weipht throuchont tho country. His story la lnlcrestiutr. "For over 27 ycars, siuco tlio closo of late war I suifercd from dyspc...

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. — 11 November 1892

THE BEN JST INGTON BANNER, MDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. 6 Jllmlonnry Fulda by n Kye-Wltiieaa. Miss Emraa Cummings.who lias gradu atcil an M. D., and who has dovotcd hor lifo to misslonary work, was lately inter viewed by a Boston reportor. Miss Cum niinjis is a niece of tho Misscs Park of our villaKO, and has simkon to a Bennlng ton audicnce. so that'alte is woll known; and hor words, thorofore, will bo inter csting to many of our rcadors. Tho in torviuw, as pu'blisheil, is as follows: She sat opposito mo tho otber day, in her siinplo ijown, a little srailo 111 hor kind, tiicd oyos, chatting Iquiotly on and on in her pleasant voice, answering my crowdins quostions in a modest, mattcr offactsortof way, as If hersubjeot mattcr woro notlung moro romarkablo than an acconnt of a sewiiiK socioty in Scranton West Corners. But as tho rcalizatlon grow upou mo of what sights thoso kind oyes liad soen, and what work tliose deft, paticnt hands had dono, I was moved to ropoat Thackeray's ro markablo...

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. — 11 November 1892

THE BENNINGTON BAKNER JFRJUDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. TIIB8INTS IIEST. When 1 was a child it. was ono of my dutius to duBt grandmothor's room. On tho tlireo-legccd stand by lier bed was her larjro print Bible, "Watt's Sclect Hymns," "Tho rilfjrim's rrogress." and "Baxter's Saint's Uest," Tho Hible, tho hyinus. and "PilRrim's Prngrcss" were hooks which I could well understand why randmother conld cnjoy reading. But when I dusted tho plain cover of "Bax ter's Saint's Rest," lcoked insido at its Uoomy pagcs with 110 pictures, and so muoh obout "tho evorlastlnpr. rcst," I wondered what grandiuother found in Ihe book that mado her read it so often. Tlils world lookud very bright then, childhood days did not loiiRforrest.thoy wero all too short for tho many pleasures soiiRht It was aetivity that was tho lifo ofthe childish smil. Father's green pastures on tho old farm with tho sil vory brooks rnnning thronch them, were tull of bcauty to mo, and father's loving arms ronnd about mo gavo a sens...

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. — 11 November 1892

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNEB, EKIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. COIMESl'ONDENCE. Our Jniian Lettor TOrroM, Oct. 13, 1802. Ed'Uor Bennington Uanner,.Benningtont Vt. Deaii Sm, Hithurto coraraurjic tions havo been sent you frora thia clty, in which I supposod my residonco miRlit continuo tou or twonty years. By vote of tlip Japau Mission of tlio American Board, nt thclr last annual mceting tn Kobo, Mrs. Sororauco and myself have beou transforrcd to tlio provinco of ISE, and tho city of TSU. Recently a vcry iiitcrcstiug cxpcricnco with a pliysictan gavo mo a blt of infor mation which I had nevcr heard. In niaking out a bill chargo is mado for rncdicino and for tho first visit only of the doctor, no raatter liow many days lio comes. Tlio pationt pays tue physiciau's liirn ovorj lay. Aftor tho pationt rccovcrs, bcsides paying tho bill, ho gocs to tho doctor's Iiomo aud thanks hiro formally for tho services, carryinrr somo prosent as a thank-oiTcring. Tho wholo bill prcseuted mo was but 1.112 ycu, or ...

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. — 18 November 1892

vol. m. BENNINGTON, YT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. NUMBER 44. 4 s 4 4, IS FACT8 ARE STUI1BORN THINGS TIIE 4 T1IAT TIIEUE IS NO PLACE UNDER THE FOLDS OF TIIE AMERICAN FLAd WIIERE THOSE IN WAKT OF CLOTHINO AND FURNISHINGS CAN BUY CHEAPER THAN AT COLE & S'VVVVVVV V VV V V V-VX-vv--''- nnmwR Titf rnWTINtlANnE OF TIIEIB DISSOLUTION SALE. TlIKi IN- S. VITE ALLWIDE-AWAKE, CA8H-FAYING, CLOSE-BUYINQ TEOFLE to call AT417 AND 451 MAIN ST., AND TIIEY WILL rROVE TIIE ABOVE STATE MENT TO THEIR ENTIRE SATISFACTION. 54s0S!0S$S trm Business ?Divcctor). n. H. MASON. A TTORNEY AT LAW. Adatns UlocK. Bennington, v i. . C. H. DAltLlNU. AXTORNKY ATLAW. Offlce over First Natlonal bank, , 44tf Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. OFFICEAT RESIDENCE, BltfJ No.412 Maln St.. Bennington. Vt. COALI C0AL1 COAL1 XIME AND CEUENT AT WTIOLESALE AND RETA1L. f Dcpot t., J. II.LORINO & CO., Bennington. " 0. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, PRINTEU, STATIONKR AND BLANJC BOOK 1AKER, Banner Bulldlng,) North nt. icnnington. J...

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. — 18 November 1892

Q -THE BENNINGTON sBANNER, EKIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. r pEPEW, TIIE PlllIiONOFIIBR. Olrn the Democrati All, He 8ay, and Awalt Ihs Besult Why They Won Tho Ulcctlon UU Own Juclgment Was Tliat the Kepubllcam Wonld Vin. "Plnvnlarnl was a Honubllc.Tii Dresl donnt," Chauncoy M. Dopew said tliisin tho courso of an intorview. "I have nover Baid tliat beforo." lie added, "al- thoucU I havo held tho opinion since 1887, and I can Rive conolusivo uomon stration that auch is tho truth." "Dr. Depow takcs tho Doraocratio triuranh with nhllosoDhy. if not with in- diiToronco. Yesterday, af ter doposing of a big pilo of lettcrs, he talkcd of tho ro- ditlon, raentally and politically, to-day rominds mo of a Mcthodist ministor to whoso Friday uight prayer inectlngs my mother uscd to tako mo when I was a Tboy. "Tho minister, who was rathor a humblo aort of indlvidual, used always to opcn tho Berviccs with this prayer: 'Oh, Lord, I am a mass of bruises, -wounds and putreflcd sores. Whon I lcarncd tho res...

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. — 18 November 1892

THE BENNINGTON BAKNER FEIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. 3 AT THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL I1RICHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. My doctor paya tt oct gcntly on the stotnnch, 11-ct tnd kirincya, nwl Isn plcasnnt la'cntlve. Tlils drti'l b mado froin herl, aud 13 preparcd for uso as eail! tatca. Itiicnllcil LIIE'S MEM&IME All dnunrMa ecII Itnt Cflf. nnrt $1.0) per pack.v 3uyonotoday. Lnno'a Fnmlly Alrdiririo mo Ihn linttrla each Uny, lu trdcr to bo li'.'altliy, th' anccc&iary. Mfk Greatesi Blood Pimfiwk KHUWN, Tlna Urcat Gerraan Mcrticlnc li thc. chenpcst aml best. lssuoscsof Sl i. rjuL'itmxTiiitsioriji.u'j,icssiirau cj one ccnt a uosc. it wui curu uic. wiworstcascsof skin ul6case, M .,( 1 . iUn to that owful dfenso Scrofula. I..HIII1IUU imillflU Ull HIU SULPIITR IJITTEItS IS tl bcst mcdlcino to uso in Rl cnscs of such etubborn nnufyonr jj ueep eoatea uiscascs. uojfifncvsnrcout notcvcrtnko iftifordcr.Usc S3 BMIE PILLS ffM'"111. i V- ii.irn vniit ifiitir i n at j - - SULI'UUIt JHTTKU...

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. — 18 November 1892

THE BENNINGTON ,BANNER FJRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FBIDAT, NOVEMBER 18, 1802. Slngle Uoplea ol tlio Ilnmicr, In "Wrappem for ITlnlllnK ir Denlrod TIIKBK Uent. Mks. Deluvan of Albany, N. Y., is visitini; in town. Mrs. Dwioht Riddle was grantod a pcnsion last weck. Tueiie is to bo a chanRo of timo ontho Fitchburg railroad tho 21st. Col. Ciias. S. FomtEs of tho Boston Journal was iu town Mouday. II. M. IIonaiiTON attended tbo reunion of tho IIouso of 1S90 last weck. Miss Sibley has somethintr to say of intorcst to tho ladies in hor space to-uay. J. S. Lindley is building a housc for Hartin Coylo on Division streot, ncar Gage streot. Tiie court houso paint is alrnostre rcd. It was supposod to bo a brown, which would havo becn an improvemcnt. Dajuel Roiiinson of Now Tork, was in town recently and purchascd a fino horso from Charlcs Boberts of Benning ton Falls. L. S. Frost's advertisoment appcars in another place. llo has oysters and clams, in all varieties ...

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. — 18 November 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER ER1DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. 5 55 rn 04 OO 1 tt f ROCKERS f AT ALMOST J Your Own Price. BEATJTIFTTL WAT RACKSj yRl $7 to $75y EVER SHOWN IN BENNINGTON, i Yh $1,50 m?0y $60 LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF EASY CMIRS ! COUCHES. We Iiave the Largest Assort ment in the State, from $8.50 to $40.00 n. DINING ROOM, OFFICE AND L1BRARY surrs. yflnrnT iiiniinrixriiTa ta rtnmi nii i m m wwxmm ww " lllll III IIHI II II II I VI I lllll III llllllll III I UIILdll 11.UUULIHLI11U 1U U.1UI1 UU 1 LUU) i. HAT TREES. lrno TNfA I HANTEL GLASSES, 1 L11U) MffiRORS. WILLOW ROOKERS. 0SS&S0S 19 illilSi J. ED. WALBRIDGE ras PRIHFSnNFllRMTIIRFlSS JUST 50 PER CENT. WlS& LOUNGES, FARLOR TABLES, GARD TABLES. Walbridge is offering special inducoments at prices from $40 TO $1.50. stsssi AN ELEGANT IINE OF I BUFFETS, FOLDINGBEDS, BOOECASES. From 25 upto 150 Dollars.l CHIFFONIERES, CABINETS, EASELS. III Are dally recclvlng larcc conslgn f ments ln all llic latcst rads ln And our prices are so low 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. — 18 November 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKLDA1 NOVEMBER 18, 1892. 6 COST OF S1IOKS. Thattlio profits of tho meu who mako slioes have bcen small foryears, and con tinually fiottinR smallcr, is universally conceded. But wo do not think it is aiiytlriiiK liko as gencrally known that tlicsu sarao sliocs, oiiginally sold at a trillo abovo cost, freiuciitly flnd tholr way into tho liauds of dcalcrs who ilis poso of tlicm at rotail at figures which yield thcm immcnso prollts. Wo roeii tioncd last wcck ono caso in wlnch a ro tailor's jmco for slioes whicli was sold fiom tbo faotory at 85 ccuts was ?J. That is SioO pcr ecnt. proflt. Thcro was an other of a barRain salo "a proat mark down" of a largo invoioo of shocs mado to order and Workod olT in a couplo of days bccauso thoy wero offcrcd so mupli below tho rcgular prico, and tho advauco on them was 112 pcr ccnt. Wo havo somo moro to add to tho list. ANow Kngland lnanufactuior says ho recently saw a pair of shocs for salo in a shoo stbro in a distaut ctty f...

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. — 18 November 1892

THE BEIOESGTON BANOTR EEJDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. SAVED BY A TnTJNDER8TOBM. The offoot of the elcctrical phenome non on tho norvcs of finoiy-strunp indl--vlduals is not unllko that cominumcated bva suddeu aud sovcro fricht wbon tho controlllng power of tho braiu seems en- tirely cut ou irora actton. la persons 01 stronger nerves tha effcct is not so fjreat, unless at some formor poriod tho ner- vous svstem has beoa soverely shooked, and evou stunued. by tho force of au olcctrio fluid. No person has had moro frcquont demoustrations of this fact than mysolf. I am strong and robust by naturo, and woulu scorn tuo luea ot ueinR nervous. I havo sovoral times becn placcd in po cullarly danRcrous positions, whcro con sidcrablo norvo and nluck were ronuircd for tlio richt nerformanco of my duty. and on all sucli ooc.isions I havo ncqtiit ted mysolf to tho satlsfaotlou of all my mcnds. iiut bravo anu strong as x am in tho faco of most dancors, I am weak and holplcss in a heavy thundorsturm. Sl...

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. — 18 November 1892

8 THE BENjNINGTON BAJNNER, ERIDA1 NOVEMBER 18, 1892. CORRESPONDENCE. A Petsonal Explanatlon. In tbo card below Miss Hayos ex plains, over her own sienrtture a tnatter tliat, it sccnis, has bccn misunderatood. Sho paid a compliment to tlio intelli gcuco and standinfc of thoso ladies who work foralivinginthemills andshops of our villago by cxtcn Jing to tbom ar spccial iuvitatiou to licar hor charminir lecturo. Miss naycs has rcccivcd invitations to repcat hor addrcss' bcfor a Now York city audionco, a class of traincd nurscs tho 30th. Ed. On last Friday ovouinsr, Nov. 11th, I dclivered a lecturo on 'TDoGarto Physi cal Culturo, and Dress Koforra," at tho Freo Library llall. Tomy surpriso, and I must fraukly add, disappointrocnt, that portion of tho audionco which I had most carnestly desirod to addrcss. was conspicuously abscnt. On investi fiating tlio causu of this, for I folt ccrtain itnuibtbo suscoptiblo of oxplauation, I learncd that I offcndcd, first, by using tho tortn "fomalo o...

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. — 25 November 1892

VOL. LTI. Wo ro.iDectfully Inform all tkose In nfed of Overcnats that owing to thc 'vjry mlld wcathcr wlilcli stl'llconiiniies.tl'at nntwltlwtandlng thequtnttlies irhlcli wo have already, wo llnd ourselrcs vcry licavlly slockcd wlth OYEECOATS InalloftlioillfrcrentBraJps. andinconsKlcra lonof tbc fact thjt tho copartncrfhlp xlrt Inc betwren Cole & Kutt will be cloW as soon ns tlie Hores in tlic Opera House lllock aio completcd, thereforo wo havo deoided tomake tinhenrd of REDUCTSOIMS in ordor to convert our larga stock into cash. We are also cuttlng pricea In Sults. nats Caps and Furni,hinK". andRarc BivlnK you an opportunlty to JjckJP jour . Bt pricM that cannot bc matche.i in clty or country. Vc arc dctermincd to mako Kreat rcdue tlona in all llncs withln tho ncxt thirtv days, regardtcss of cot, All salcs will be Spot Cash, and no Gredit Allowed ! We are sure our low priccs will mke yon all Batisftednd bappy. Respectfully. COLE & BURT, 'ONE PRIOE OLOTHIERS. Business ?Divcct...

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. — 25 November 1892

2 THE BENMNGTON BAiNKER, EKLDA1'' NOVEMBER 25; -1892. KDMCNDS ON IMMIGBATION, Washington. Nov. 10th. Ex-Sonator Edmumis. talidnjr to Kate Ficld on tho ouestion of IminiifT.ition. says: "J)o you ieaI tiio lcsson of tliis Prcsi- uentiai (60110117 uoro in new iur Cleveland's majority of 50,000 is mado of votcrs not born in tho United Statcs. I lo not Bay whother tliis is a Rood or an evil;itisa fact tliat tlio Rovcrumcnt of New York is actually controlled by tho xorcigu vote. "Tliis foraiini vote is controlled by as Kocialious of foreien-b.orn citizens who kecn un Kennrata natiou alitics in olasses. and ont'iate on tlio iro'fernmout of tho United States asif thoyh ad aspcclal and scparato interest from tli oso born in tliis country. Thus wo havt Irish-Ameri-c'ans, Frcnch-Atnericaiis, C'.orman-Amcri-cans, and so on. In co nseuueuco tho peoplo act and are taught tt act in puliti cal nfTairs in their fore if,rn national character. "Such reason for acting ii, Qf courso, utterly absurd, if ...

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. — 25 November 1892

THE BENNINGTON JBAOTER, EEIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. GOOD FOR VERMONT ALSO. OI1GAN1ZATION. A Detalled Outllno of Ihs I'rnnsylvanla rian Vor Itepublican Victory New York Can Ud Tonquerpil by Postage Stampa Strjctly Mllltary Foruiatlon Tho I'lan f Folttical ltattlt) as I'ractlcrd by a Kfy stone Stato Gouerat Outllned for l'ractl cal Operatlon ln New York. Tho crusade for a new organization of tlio Iiopnblicin party in Now York tlio Press, of tliat city, lias startcd, can pro duco practic.il anil successful "results. That musli is alrcady dcmonstratcd by tho cordial rcceptlon of tho itlea of tho Press by tho party lcaders. Thero only romains tho cxplanailon of tho plan of organization, which is now in tho pos session of tho Press, and which has suc ccded in l'enusylvania under tho inspi ration of Thomas V. Cooper as chair man of tho i'ennsylvaiiia Kepublican Committce, -vitli tho effect of aildiiij: at least3."i,000 ballots to tho formor vote of tho party. Tho phiu doviscd by Mr. Coopcr ...

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. — 25 November 1892

THE BENNINGTON 1 BANNER1 ' FJftLDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1802. BENNINGTON ,BANNER. BENNINGTON FRIDAY. NOVEMBEB 25. 1802. 'Sinslo Coplea of tlio Itnnner, ln Wrnppera for Dlnllliii; lf Dcnlrcd XIlltKIt t.'entH. Tiik King's Dnughters will meot with Mrs. C. It. Seyruour Dcc. 2nd. EnoAit Bovd has tho cnntract to build a dwelllng house on Grovo street. Tnos. S. IIoyt nnd wifo, of Troy, en joyed Thanksgiviiig with Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Piku yesterday. Tiik rusli and cxcitcmeut is immcnso at Colo & Burt's. Itcad their ndvcrtibc mcnt on first page. Miss Flohknce Holden is at liomo from Wilbrahara Academy for tho Thanksgiving vaoatiou. Mits. A. K. I'itciiik and childien aro spending tho wcck in Pittsllcld, Mass., with lier father Henry Peirson. C. S. PunitT of tho Baxxku job oflieo ato Thanksgiving dinnor yostorday with his parcnts, in Brattleboro. This is liis first timo in six ycars. Col. E. 1). Bennett and family went to Troy, N. Y., yesterday, to onjoy a family reunion with liis brotbcr, tliull...

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. — 25 November 1892

5 0 00 00 $4 00 tt niimi 0000 tftl &6ei$4 0000000000 00c 000 J, ED. WALBR1DG DINING ROOM, OFFICE AND LIBRARY SUITS. HAT TREES. BIANTEL GLASSES, MIRRORS. Ilas this fall visllcd anunibcr of tlic largest Furniturc Factorlcs i tlic Uniled Statcs for tlic purpcse THE BENNINGTON BANNER, MlDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. I f RODKERS f AT ALKOST ) Your Own Price. J 000 0S 00 000 -orscIecllngchlce goods, and to" f beautifttl PT RACKSJ FROM $7 lo $75. r EAST C11AIRS ! SHOVN IN BENNINGTON, ... V- $1.50 "'"" $60 T J,.e "t WE Arc dally rcccivlng lnrac cwislsn ments ln all thc liitest fafls lu WILLOW KOCKERS. Aiui nnr l.rices are so low that Uicre lcft for tlic poorcst man in Hciinlitjit havcawi'll niniltliciL'ln.iite. J ln nnd scc tur Muk. is no excuse ji (111 11 ol to JI LOUNGES, PARLOR TABLES, CARD TABLES. BUFFETS, FOLDING JBEDS, BOOKCASES. 1 ' J. ED. WALBRIDGE i rt niiT "i-i i r hMo UUI IHL SS fePRIRFS flN FIIR NITIIRFSf 0 " 00000 kS iiixt rn nrn nrnx l',i?? 000?S. COUCHES. i i$8.5 We have tlie L...

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. — 25 November 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER FRLDAY, NOYEMBER 25, 1892. 1VOULD 11E KETTJRN. Lconora lled down tho n.irrow gardcn path, her thin dress catcliini on the bushcs as sho ran; but bIio did not hccd thom, runninfr wildly on, and lotting tlio drcss pull itself looso as bett it migbt. Sho did not stop or slackcn her paco until sho rcached a far cornor of tho ganlon. and llmiR horsolf, panting, upon a rustic bcuch lialf biddcn among the lark ovorgrccns. Thcn slio burieu her facn in bcr liauas, and trcmbled with haste aud cxcitcment. It bad como at last! After all thcso vears. Gcorgo Vano had asked ber to bo his wife. Tho timo had beon but It liad cono by long ago wLen sho half hoped ho miglit, whcn ho flrst camo bomo from Italy, a youtli of twenty-two, bowcd down beneath tho frcshncss of his pas sionato grief. Sho would bavo dicd, ob. bo ghully ! to givo bim back his bcautiful Italian girl briuo. Slio was soventcon then, and tbat was flteon yoars ago. Sho could not romumber tho timo whcn sho did n...

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. — 25 November 1892

THE BENNiJNGTCXN BANNER EB1DAY, JSfOVEMBER 25, 1892. H.M.HARRIS Saccessor to ths Estate ofS. F. nARBIP. WHOLE8ALK AN1) J J )J 113 Nall, ic, Ac. A great vaiiety Table cl Cutlery, Axes, Tools, Griudstones, Car riage Tlrcs.IVow Uolts, Locks.Scrcw?, Rlvets.Nuts.Wasbers, Axle Plates Scrcws, Butts, Straps ant Hlngcs, Cable and Trare Chlius. R. lt. Wbeel Uars, BilJwin Refrig erators. AGENTS FOR IIOWK'S IIAY I'IjATFORM AM I'OUNTER hCALEH Domestic and Importe Cijrw Flne Kcy West C'lear", Plpes Tobaero, etc. Itopo. Lath, Yarn Tub, Ralls, W.isli Bnardfc, Ilrooms, Clnthes Wringers. Pleks, Slcdgn, Axe and Iliunnicr Ilan dles. Galranlzed fence, wircand poultrynet tlng. n:xsri.vin awn mmu. Pll ROBtBT M. REAl) I BH5s1W (H. n., Ilnrvanl, 1870.) S P E G I A L I ST-DISE vsEs o1' rectl'si 175 Treiuiitit Mrt'cl, Itoxloii. Send for PampfileU Ri'leieiics glen, C'otiMlltatiOnfrcc. Oftice Houna: 1 M1 ixlm-fc. Siin dajs nnd Ih.lidays e. cepted 111 frt TU.- AA What shall stay V X4.T "A say Scott's Emulsion of...

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. — 25 November 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. TIIE HEVV YOKK THIItUNE. 1803. iJErj mjia Jj1 Grcalcstuf Kepulitli-uu N'Wppor. Na-' tlounl iu lla rtlin nilil itevnlcil li tlio wtl fHre of tliBMnasea of the AuiprlcHii jieo ple. Tlio Xew York Tribnne concedes tlio clcction of Grover Cloveland, but prom iscs to dcfcnd tno nopublican policy on Financo nnd Protcction, with all tho abllity it can conunand. It was tlio (liscoiitcnt of tho farmcrs which caused tho Domocratic victories of two ycars' ago. Tiio Wcekly Trlbune, addrcsslng itsolf directly t thcm for tho pat two vears, has carried nn a cani paign of discussion for thcir bonollt, al most unparallcled in American journal ism; nnd tho rcsult couplod with Whitc law I'oid's previous grcat sorvico to farmcrs, has bcen secn in tho faut that agricultural cumraunitins havo stood faitliful to tho nopublican party, in a camp.iigii in whieh, in other lucalitios tho paity went coniplotely to piecos. This ycar, tlio Uomocratio leaders changcd...

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