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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 3 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLif BANNEJR, FEJDAY, AUGUST 3, 1894. 3M the looal field. Bennington Contro. Tho Rov. B. G. Itoad 6f Somorvillo. N. J., will proacb. at tho Old Firat Church next Sunday mornlnR, AuRUst Cth. Sorvico berdns at olovon o'olook. Prof. R. S. Bahan, organist of tho Trin ity Mothodist ohurob. of Troy, N. T., will tako charRO of tho musio, and tho Alpha malo doublo quartotto of that oity will sinR. North Bennington. Romomher tho lawn party to-nifrht, Friday. Rotror Pcok has returnod homo from a four weoks vacation on Long Island. Miss Gildersloovo andsistor from Stat en Island, are stopping at Mrs. Skln. nor's. Gllbort Crossman, nophow of Mrs. C. H. Peok, 1 vislting tho lattor for a fow days. Seymour Honry of Councll Bluffs, is in town, Yisiting at the Hon. M. C. Hu llng's. H. D. Mattlson is entored In sovoral of tho racos at tho big Barro Bioyolo Moot, Saturday. It is reportod that Harry C. White has an offor to sing in ono of tho Bennington churchbs. The Baptist church is to bo olo...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 3 August 1894

6 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEK, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1394. DITAS. "Is tho pralrlo on flro, Manuolof " It wns Ditas Patroncz who nskod tho nuestlon oa tho famlly wcro slttlng down togetber to tho evonlng meal. For thls was tho Moslcan custom, lnhorltod and cherishod wlth moro than Spanlsh con tolontlousnosa from tho dnys of old Spatn, ihat tho famlly and a fow of tho rotalnors fihould oat together sca'tod aooordlng to lumt Ukgiiu u duuuu ui louaailaul yUjuUU o long way west. "You'vo a good noso, Ditas, to smoll Ilmt, wjfl tho wlnd tho way It 1:, 1 ' her cous n replied, glanolng at hor wlth susplclon. "How could lt havo caught, I wondorf " ho roplicd, answorlng hlm wlth cqual sus ilclon. "Havo you sccn tho Scnor In jglBBef" "It's no wonder lt should catoh flre, I fhould thlnk, Ditas, whcn wo haven't had aln thoso 20 months. As for the Senor jlnglcso, I should thlnk you wero moro llkoly to knpw whero ho la than I." Ditas dld not answer hlm, but bcgan to oocupy hersolf wlth tho plato of hashod rnutt...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 3 August 1894

SElVtt-WJEEKLY BANNER, EJRIDAY, ATJGDST 3, 1894. jUOOCl HEALTH.1 w - - Youcannot M, If you aro troubled withK BOILS, ULCERSor PIMPI pc. COPFS JJyour blood is bad. A few bottles of B. S. S-vrilljS Ktnorougiuy cieansc tne sysiejn, re ti gipunties ana Duua you up. u uiauuci u wr Xttshes are ... CLEARfcU AWAY !(by lts use. It ls tne vesi Diooa renreuy uu ijThousands who hste used it fay so. t " MyDlOOa WMDaunr iwiwiicu i ; T i VVnii Vri rcmcdy for blood diieises. , , ) KTrcatise on blood and skin diseases mailedfree.) AVOII) TIIE IIEAT OF 8UJIMEB DY USING TIIE FAMOUS OIL RANGE With Laundry Attatlimcnt. It wUl do all tLo Cookimr, Waihlng and Iron Ing of the fiimllv and satlsfy the most exoctlng. Other oll stoves are only flttod tr llght sum merwork. The Famoui" can be used tlie year rouud, a it hai nll thr power of a coal range. Has Four Powerful Burncrs wlifch can be nsed singly or together uccordlng to tbe work to be done. It 1 completH wltb Stand on Castors, Ovpd, Laundry Attachment, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 3 August 1894

SEMFWEEKLY BAKNER, FKIDAY, AUQUST3, 1894. 8 LITERARY NOTES. Tho Arona. An artiole o groat interoafc in tho August Arena is on "The Valuo o( Hyp notism as a moans of Surfiical Anrostho sla" by Jamos Ii. Cooke, M. D., in which he givos an account of somo of his ex- Eorioncos as a phyMcian in tho uso of ypnoti'sm as a substituto for morphino, chforiform.and othor opiates. Ho claims iromhls praotico that hypnotism can medicino and surgery by raorphine, otc., in at loast from 75 to 80 por cent. of all tho cases in whioh thcso drugs aro usod, iiiciilonuU ho combats thc popular idoa that hypnotism is somo sort of magio or jugglory of tranco mbdiums and suoh peoplo. Itdoesnot dopond upon any fiiduen mystorious forco inhoront in a fewgiftod individuals; its operation is eimply the intonsiflcation of ono idoa by eomo form of impression mado upon tho neryous system. It possesses othor advantages over morphino and chloral, cto., inasmuch as it doos not faston any morbid and f atal habits upon t...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 August 1894

DfcNNSMilUN VOL. LTV. BENIOTGTON, VT., TUESDAY, AuGDST 7, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 29. In anclcnt tintcs we'vc ott bcen toltl, Oisc Mftlas turncd all things to gold, By moslern clinngcits very elear The old is left lar in tlic rcar, For all tliat trade at Cole's Casli Store Are tlms madc liappy cvcrmore. Ready Made Glothing a We linvo tlie chcapcst nnd bcst assortmout In Southern Vermont We aro connecteil wlth BIIQWN1NO, KINU & C0 the largest and most celebrnted tailoring establislmicnt ln the Unitcd statcs Thcy havo nttained succcss through thcii oxcellent workmaashlp and cIoD nttention to the wants of their customers. l'rlces of suits mado to order, range from S12.&H to $100. Fivo hundred siinples io sclect from, Fit, price nnd quality guar auto'd. Call und sec us, C. G5 COLBS STORE, OPERA HOUSE GLOTHIER, BENNINGTON, VT. PATENT LEATHER, andTAN SHOES. J IU At Lowcr Prlcos than tho "Bankrupt Stocks" carted around tho country; besldcs, my stock Is composed of styles that are In d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, TUESDAY, AUG 7, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1894. Slnclo Uoplca ot tlie Uamicr, In Wruppoi-o for lUalllug U Denlred TWO Ueiusj. KjT-Watch the date opposito your name on this paper. It shovss that your subscrlption is creditcd on our books to that date. Ifthe date is not chanrjcd with in a few daysfrom the time a remtttance is madefTiotify thcpublisJters. Hns. Dit. STiiEETgR liaa fjono to visit iu Warsaw, N. Y., and vicinlty, for a month. Miss Eliza nowELLS lias been spend ing a fow days with friends in Blackiu ton, Mass. Mns. W. C. HiTcncocK and Miss Blancho Sibloy aro at Block Island for two weoks. Miss Mamie Sulliyan has bcen spend ing eovcral days with frionds in Iloosick Falls, K Y. TnE Rev. Alan H. Putnam of Boston, Mass., preachod in tho Baptist churfih at Iloosick Falls, N. Y., Sunday. Phof. Chas. S. Davis is in Utica, N. Y., visitinR his pooplo, and takes a vaca tion trip to tho Thousand Islands. Mits. Hiram Binoiiam has return...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEE, TUESUA.Y, AUG. 7, 1894. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. North Bennington. Tho supply of water in tho reservoir is lower than it has boen for years. Tliero is somo talk(among tho young pcoplo of holding aildwn tennis tourna ment in this villago, somotimo iu tho noar f uturo. R. S. Davis, watchman for tho II. T. Cushman Manufacturing Compauy, who has been on duty coustantly for about ono and a half years, is talcing a week's vacation. Frodorick Endros of Troy, N. Y., a foreraan in Cluett, Coon and Comoany's Collar Manufactory, is in town on a va cation. Tho Rov. L. C. Partridgo, formorly pastor of tho Congregutional church Iioro, now of Touncsseo, ocoupied his old pulpit on Suuday ovoning last. A largo coiigrcgation assemblod. IIo do livercd ono of his old-time, charactoris tio, interesting discourses. Ho will spend tho woek araong his old parish ioncrs. Tlio Hov. A. P. StockwoH's ablo pro sontation of tho work of tho Iloward Mission of New York City, at tho Con grcgational ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 August 1894

SEMI-WJEEKLY BATOTER, TUESDAY, AUG. 7, 1894. EC 3XT X 3s1 23 in tlio hana of n Surgcon glvcs you a feellnjr ol orror and drcad. There ln nn lonirer npccssitv for glta uso ln many disenees ilormeriy refraracu ns m icurable without cutllng. Tho Triumpn 01 i Conservative Surgery lswell lllustnitcd by Iho fact tlint RUPTURE?n ieaUu cured without the knife nnd without pain. Clumsy, cbuung trusses can bo thrown nway 1 Tlioy nevcr curc but often lnauco m flivmmation, etrangulatlon onil dpnth. Tliru1IIUi ovurian, iiuroid (ttcrine) anu I Ulliuno mnny otlicrs, are now removcd without tliopcrtlRof cuttlngopcratlons. Pll F TIIMfiRQ howcvcr larprc, Flstula rlLC lUIIiUnO, Bnu otiicr dlscascs of tho lowcr bowdl, are pcrmanently cured with out paln or rcsort to tlio knlfc. QTnMFln tho Hladder, no mattcr how O I Uliu lanre, is crushcd, pulvcrlzed, wnsh ed out and perfnctly rcmovcd without cnttlng. CTRIPTIIRP 0 Urlnnry Tassngc is also O I niO I UflC rcnioved without cutting ln liundrrds of cases. For...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 10 August 1894

RV . ; VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., . FRIDAY, AuGDST 10, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 30.- Tlioy've oorao and gono, tbo Ringling show, With boasrs and birds, both high and low; And girls and boys dresscd flno aud nen, Who horscs rode witb nimblo fcot. They put Delsarto quitoin tho shado, With jumps and kiuks of ovory grado, ;i And snow to au tno country tnrougu "! ' Whtmusclo oulturo now can do. .ii-Lfil'bo pooplo passcd a gala day And laughcd at clowns and comio play, And tben araoug tho cages roatu, . Till satisflod thoy all wont horao. And thus tho greatest show on oarth Gaye ovory ono tboir monoy's worth, And Colo with his new goods for fall Excitcs surpriso in ono and all. Who looks theso goods and prices o'or, Goods no'cr woro sold so ohoap boforo. Thoy flud tho prioo no burdcn thero And all aro tr3ated just and fair. And thus liko Ringling Brothers' sbow, Thoir patrons multiply and grow, And though their trade spreads far and vWo, All purchascrs aro satisficd. Buowniks. GOTO . . . . Gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 10 August 1894

2 SEMFWEEKLY SAJJtfER, EKIDAY, AUG. 10, 1894. ' CINDA'S BIDE. Hotty Skoltcr was mnilo up ono-fourth ot boauty, no-fourth of lntelllgcnoo, ono ehghth of light accompllshments, ono olghth of loving kindncss ontl ono-fourth of frollo. Tho roador wlll noto that thls jnothod of Btatoraont savcs long Btrlngs of inncllaglnous platltudcs about fathomloss orba, drooplng laslics, n faultless forrn and peeping foct that norvously pat on occa uion, oto. Hotty waa 18, and aho liad a boau, and thls bcau loved fun and Hotty as much as Hotty lovcd fun and hlm. It is ccrtaln thls prospoctivo match ftas mado in hcav on, for thclr rcolprocal fltncsa waa com iploto. Hetty cnjoycd tho bo-bcaucd Bon featlon bo much that sho wantcd evcry glrl frlond to havo a beau. Sho speclally pltlcd Luolnda Stooking,who had careercd bcau lossly far into tho thlrtlca. "Cinda," aa aho waa famlliarly callcd, .exhaustcd In hor personallty alt tho possl 'bllltica of aorld Bpinatorlam. Sho waa paln fully pcrpondioular in por...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 10 August 1894

SEMFWEEKLY BANNER, EfUDAY, AUG. 10, 1894. ln tbo linnd of a Surgcon pius you a feclinsr of norror nna nreau. xncro 13 tWtlVl ULVtOOIbJ lts uso iu maiiv diseascs yforinerly rranrded ns In pcuinli.'o wlthout cuttlng. Tho Tnurapn of Conservative Surgery i ls wcll Illustrnted by tho fact lliat RUPTURE&5SS& itaUu cuicd witUuiiL uie kimu uuu vriibmit paln. Cltunsy, clintlnfr trupscs can bo thrown nwny I They never ciro but oftcn induco ln flammation. strangulation and drntn. TJirnfiRSJ Ovai?...r.. r : i tUi-rinr ) and I Ulliuno many otlicro, ore now removt'd wlthout thcpcrilsof ctiMing opcratlons. PILE TRS, SSTSSei"! tho lowcr bowcl, are pcntinnently cured wlth out paln orrcsortto tlir-Irnlle. OT hMF fn tl10 W:W'T. no mattcr how O I UiXt i!lrgei js iu-d, pulvrrizcd, wnsh cd out and porfectiy rrmovcd wlthout cuttlng. JTRirTIIPP oi I'rlnnry I'assage is also Ol nlO I UhC rcmoval wlthout cuttlng in hundrcds of casre. 1'nr painplilct, rofcrcncca and nll pnrtfciilam, srnd 10 ccnts (In s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 10 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAtfNER, FBIDAY, AUG. 10, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAT, AUGUST 10, 1804. Slnglo Uoplea of tlio Bauner, In Wrappera - for Hlallluc lf Deslrod TTVO Ceuti. tT"Watch the date opposite your name on this paper. It shouts that your subscrlption is credited on our books to thatdate. Ifthe date is not changed wiUi in afewdaysfrom the time aremUtanceis made, notify the publlshers. Mits. IIomeb Lyohs of South Walling ford is visiting horo. Mns. Tkomley of Troy, N. T., is vis iting Mrs. E. B. Griswold. Miss Louibe Pubdt of Manchester is visiting in town for a weok. Mrs. Willb of Troy, N. Y., is visiting the family of Josoph Schwurz. Mns. Fhed Dabwood and children aro visiting in Manchester Centro. Miss Minnie B. Phice, of Lansing burgh, N. Y., is visiting friends here. Miss CAitniE Packard is visiting friends iu Manchester Centro. Herald. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Gibsow have gono to Newark, N. J., for a short visit to friends. Miss Minnie Gee of this villago is at her homo ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 10 August 1894

SEMFWEEKLY BANNER, EE1DAY, AUG. 10, 1894. NEVS IN BRIEF. Stowo colebrated its ono liundrodth birthday Wcdnosday. Fall IUver weavors probably will resist tbo roduction in wagos. Oates, Domoorat, beat Kolb, Fopulist, by 40,000 plurality;for tbe goyornorsbip of Alnbaiua. Witbdrawal of last of tho Iroops frotn Cbicago was followcd by attaoka on workingruen. Ca'sorio, tbo convictod asaassin of Pres idont Carnot of Franco, will bo exccutcd in two weeks. Cbolcra is on tho incroaso in Russia, 4,000 cases and 240 doaths iu six days in St. Petersburg. It ia rcported that Senator Brico is workinc for tbe Dotnocratio nomination for tho presidency. ThoIIouso comraittooon Judiciary has voted to roport apainst tho admission of Japancso to citizcnship. Owon's followors aro confldont of do foating tbo notorious Breokinridgo, of Kontucky, for Congress. A Rock Island pasaengor train was wrcokcd nnar Lincoln, Nob., yostorday, and cight porsons killod. Miss Frances E. Willard is taking an aotivo part in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 10 August 1894

6 SEMI-WEEKLY BAOTEK, FEIDAY, AUG. 10, 1894. TA3TE FAILS WITH 8IQHT. Elnffular AfHlotlon For-Wliloli Medlcal Scl anco liaa l'ound Ko Roinody. An old man como lnto tho restnurnnt 8lcrwly,folt hls vray to tho ohalr opposlto me nnd snt down wearily. Ho dld not tako off hls fndod hat, probably for fear ho could not flnd lt ngaln. Ho was a bont old gontloman, wlth long gray mustaoho and board, and hls clothes wcro anythlng mt clcan. Thcro was a weak look about hls cycs, which wero wntory. Ho mado eovcral hosltatlng passes wlth hls hand toward tho hlll ol faro ln tho cas tor, uud jriwo i up uud told tho glrl thut ho would tako roast bccf. Whon tho dlshcs wlth tho food woro bo ioro hlm, ho lookcd at thom sllontly for 8omo timo and thon rcachcd hls hand across tho tnhlo, passlng lt to and fro ln tho alr as lf ho wero fccling for somcthlng ho could not flnd. Tho wcnk hand hov erod ovcr tho saltccllar, and thon ho asked: "Whoro ls tho salt, mlsterf" "Rlght under your hand," I rcpllcd, and ho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 10 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, EEIDAY, AUG. 10, 1894. JTJST IN TIME. Alogcabln ln tho forost, mllos from nny othor halAtatlon and wlth an ncro ol clcaicd ground about lfc. That waa tho only homo Captaln Thomns Mltchcll, Into ln tho eorvloo of hls most groolous mnjos ty KlngGcorgoIII, could offcr hls famlly. But ho was contcnt, tliough twloo a cop tlvo. Hohnd bocn takcn prlsonor flrst whcn Burgoyno wns dofoated at Saratogu. Tho Booond timo ho surrondorcd wllllngly, ' for tho battory tralnod upon hls dofonsos wasapalr of brlght oyos shlnlng forth from tho comcly faco of n patrlot innldon. Ho had crossod tho Boas to conquor tho Yankccs. Hls swonl was ylcldcd on tho flold of battlo, wlth rogrct, to bo suro, and aftcr a gallant strugglo. Hls commlsslon followcd, but at thls thoro was no ropln lng, for tho day ho sont hls rcslgnatlon to Now York ho won hls frccdom and tho lovo of a truo hcartcd Amorloan glrl. In tho days just aftcr tho closo of tho Bovolutlonary wur tho country was poor poorcr than ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 10 August 1894

8 SEMI-WEEKLY JBAOTKR, PEIDAY, AUG. 10 1894. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. North Bennington. Miss Lottio Mattison roturncd Monday rom tlireo wceks' visit in Boston and vicinity, spendiug .1 portion of tho timo at Winthrop beach, and visitinc many jilaccs of historical intercst, among thora old Plymouth. Sho reports a do lichtful trip. O. F. MattiKon is puttine a nicn little addition 011 to his liouso. 6. W. Wal wort'i is doinc tho work and has it nearly completed. A. J. Noycs liaS roturncd homo aftcr a sovcn weeks' visit in Madison County, N. T. Frank and Jolin Pratt of Cambridfro, N. Y., aro visiting with A. J. Noyes and L. Drown. Water in tho W.alloomsac is tho low cst for ycars. Mrs. 31. Noycs of Papor Mill Villago has had her cottago paintcd iu flno shapo. Ed. Barrott of Paper Mill Villago is buildiiig a iino hot liouso. Mrs. M. Simpson is liuilding a new houso nuar tlio old oro ucus. Prof. Glover who nives tho cntertain ment in Unnk hall on Saturdav oveuins, has ono of tho most wouderful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 August 1894

VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDAY, AuGDST 14, 1894. NEW SEKIES NO. 31. LADIES' RUSSET SHOES 1 Former Price 2.50 now $2.00 r LADiES' RUSSET OXFQBDS ! Former Price $2.00 now $1.50 Ladies Black Kid Former Price S2.50 now $2, JOHN EVANS NORTH STREET, Bitsiucss SJircctorj). MART PAKTRIDGE, M. D. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 442 Main Street. C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennington, Vt. 83 C. H. DAKLING. A-XT0ENE Y AT LAW. XJL Dfflce over Firtt National bonlc, 44tf ' Bennington. Vt, W. B. SHELDON. Attorney and C'ounsellor at Law, and Solicl tor fn Chancery. No. 307 llain Street, Bennington, Vt. 19tf-82 BA ""GHELDEIt & BATES. ATTORNEY- ND COUNSELLORS AT LAW , nnd 8olIclfors 'n Chancery. Oflice In Opera Ilouse Block, Bennington. J.K.BATCHELDER. E. L. BATEH. COALl COALI COALl LIME AND CEMENT AT WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL. Depot st., J. H.LORINO & CO., Bennington. DR. B. C. JENNEY, Dentist. SUCCESSOR TO DR. J. N. SCRANTON.) Ib prepared to pcrform all operatlona in Dcnt stry in a tbor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, TUESDAY, AUG. 14, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1894. Slnclo coplcs ol tlio Dnunor, In Wrarror for ItlatlliiK ir xicirca TTVO ceiim. tfif-Watch the date opposlto your name on this jiaper. It shows that your mbscriptlon ia credlted on our books to that date. Ifthe date is not changedwith in afewdaysfrom the thne aremittanceis made, notlfy the publishers. Miss Bessie P. Kohinson of Dolmar, N. Y., is visiting friends hero. Mrs. Maky P. IlAnmNOToxof Now York City, is visiting in town. Misses Jennie and Addie Bond, of Searsburgl), are visiting Mary Cutler. Mns. Estey of Michigan, is visiting Miss Isadoro Woodward of North streot. Miss Merea Rickert gocs to Worces ter, Mass., tbis wcok for a two wecks' visit. Jonir Lyons of Castleton is visiting bis brotbcr D, J. Lyons, at tbo Putnam Uouso. The Missos Frost bavo moved from Main streot, to Mrs. D. S. Taokard's, !J07 Scbool streot. Mns. AiiBEUT Piiillii'S of Kacino, Wis., is tbo guest of Mrs. S...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLif BAJTOER, TUESljAY, AUG. 14, 1894. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. North Bennington. C. J. McKay spont last Sunday wlth his family licro. Miss Smlth of Troy.is yisiting Mrs. Morris Honry at Itiyerside. Miss Jcnnio Robinson is spondim: a fow days with lier sister, Mrs. S. B. Ilall. Miss Mabol Whito is in Now Londoti, Conn., with Miss Ruth Darrow for a couplo of wccks. Mrs. Barrott and two sons, of Now York, aro boardors with Mrs. J. Skinncr for a fow weeks. Pat Iiyan is driving in our streots a vory fino sorrcl or light chestnut colt, of liis own raising. Miss Graco Nowton will ontor tho busi slnoss collogo of Troy, to oomploto somo branclics of cducation. Joo S. Ileartt and sister Fanny, aro spending a fow days with tho Missos McCullough, at Ilall Farin. Mrs. C. E. Iloughtou and Mrs. II. Colo aro maklnc their annual visit to Quoon City Park, noar Burlington. Mr. Tcrry and frionds of Buskirks Bridge, mado Col. J. II. Walbridgo aud wifo a visit on Saturday last. Miss Caso of Now York,...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEE, TUESDAY, AUG. 14, 1894. THE HOME OF THE MUCWUMP An Internatlonal Hymn. My country, 'tls of theo, Sweet land of Hber tee, OfthcelsiDg. Land whcre tho wbccls aro tlod, Land where Industrlcadied, And to tlie English side Took rapld wing. "My natlve country, thee, iiiand to which paupers Uee, Thy nane I love. 1 love tliy Olevcland frills, i uy no-trade tarlll 1)1118, Thy Greshams, Smiths and Mills, Bom from abovc. I-pt nuinlo nwell the breozo, Dcmocruts. to your knees And swcll the song. Let those who brought this fatc, Thclr mcdlclne takt, straight. And threo years longer walt To right the wrong. Our father, Groyer C, Ilogulof mlsery, To thee we slng. Tlear with us. if you can, But, if not, like a man Say you don't care a snap For anythlng. A POLITICAL LETTER. Tlio followiug lottor was originally writton .18 an open letter for publication in tho Vermont Gazetto 04 years ago. Tho appearanco of tho lotter, whioh was receutly found among aiotot old papers, would indica...

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