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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 10 February 1893

0L. LIII. wmsst In opening up to the public tiur increased stock of Clothing and Purnishings, nml ndoptingthestrictly SPOT CASII system of buyingand selling, we are satisfied that it will result in great advantago to our pa trons and to ourselves. From the words of encouragernent and go.od wishes for success which we are receiving evcry day, vo believe the masses approve our method, and will avail themselves of the opportu nity which we offer tliem to obtain a much superior grade of clothing at a lower price than ever beforo offered in Bennington. That they do ap preciate SPOT CASII prices is evident by the fact that many go to the cities, where SPOT CASII stores are established, to buy their goods. I ain satisfied that a visifc to our large store, in the Opera Ilouse Block, will convinco this class of our citizens that we show as desirable an as sortment, and that we can supply theii- wants at as low prices as the lowestSPOT CASII citytrade, thussaving themthe expenseof going and r...

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. — 10 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNBR IfRlDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1893. BAYBS AT BENNINGTON. Or the Mght rui From the Soatli. Writlen for the Drmocrat and Chronicle by Sherman D. Ridiardson. Q'er Woodford hills New E.ialand's ua Threw beams of cold 011 B- nidiiK'on. Old He-i.nington; fair Bennington; proud Ben- nli etmi today A hundrl yar nf loyal ramn TVove royal mea-haroiind her name Tbat would shiue ou tot aye. ThecMrfta'nnftbe. Nationatood Uruvath a towtrinpr bnttniiwood Above the town lar ucslling down arald tha val ltTUITfO . .... And lieard wlth joy the martlal atraln Come Uoatlnirup Iroin vnleand ylaln Ou uiornlug"n ui!.-ty sheen. Ihn Na ton'n irrr it wero irather d there Wlth uoctiaini-d aud beauty ratv, And many a aon whuse fathera wo thelr knlght liooilsmiyiinfariiiK; ... ,. Well mlKlit thelr hearls swell now witli prlde, TLat ioud land-capfa lar aud wido Revealed their coat or arrns. One of the rroup, a farmcr gay, rroiunuiUnd'HTtrdantTi.1' away To chler drcw near. wlth humage cheer witn haii...

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. — 10 February 1893

THE BENMNGTON BAN1STER FBTDAY, EEBRUARY 10, 1893. iuuu " e Digestion Compiexion are all intimately connected practically inseparable. Though the fact is ofren ignored, it is Tievertheless true that a good compiexion is an impossibility vithout good digestion, which in turn depends on good food. There is no inore common cause of indigestion than lard. Let the ibright housekeeper use The New Vegetable Shortening and substitute for lard, and her cheeks, with those of her family, will be far more likely to be Like a rose in the snow." COTTOI.ENE is clean, delicate, liealthful aud popular. Try it. Mado only by N, K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO, 1LL., and s4 State Strect. BOSTON. GEN. ItUrLISK'ttSPOON STOKY. "Almoat everybody knows Romctliing -of the famous war story of Gen. Butler .-and tlio spoons," said J. W. Donovan, tlio Detroit luwyer, tliis mommg, "but I Ticard tlie story dircct from tlio General Llmself, wlion lic was on tlio stump in the cainpalpi of 1872. It was at Indian ap lis...

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. — 10 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEft ERlJDA, FEBRUARY 10, 1893. 4 BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON . FIUDAY.FEBRUAItY 10. 1893. ijSinslo cnplcM ol tlio Ilnnncr, In Wwpiifw fnr ninllliiK lf Delred THKHK CentK. ObUttniKR K.1TRS. BANNER AND WEEKLYTMuUNE, $U0. BANNEK ANI BOSTON JOURN'AL. J2C0. BANNER AND DAILY JOURN I- So S0. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PIIKSS, 43.50. BANNEK AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3 00. BANNEtlAND HARPER'S MAGAZINE.S4.S0. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, 4.70. BANNERANP HARPER'S BAZAR, S4.T0, Perycar payable ln ndmncft. Send lnjouror ders. Thk proceeds of tho Kirmcss net tho IMllcs about $500. Moiitimer T. ITamlen leavcs for Buf--falo soon for a visit. Mrs. Samuel B. Hawks gives a flvo o'clock tca this (Friday) afternoon. Attention is callcd to tho business card of Dr. Parker in another column. Miss Katie Brann left Tliursday for tlio Soutli, to bo absont the remaindcr of tho wintcr. Mns. George S. Bradford of South Gardncr, Mass., is a gucst at Mr. Wm.II. Bradford's. The ladies of St. Katharino's Gu...

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. — 10 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAI, FEBEUABY 10, 1893. 5 our disposal. Ono fcaturo "of our party wliicli was pleasinR to us, was tho prcs onco of pucsts from neiftliborini; villaces of Manchester, Manchester Ccntro and Manchester Depot. Amoiig tlicin wens: Jliss Jenuio I'ettibono, Hiss Jutuilo Brad loy, Miss Aimlo Fottibone, Miss Mamio Oopniir, MUs Atinio Dradlcy, Miss Car ppnter, Miss Flossio Bmdley, Miss Millio Hanamnn, Miss May Boll, Miss Gcrtrudo Coiinor, Mr. Alliort Pottilionc, Mi. Bert Orvis, Mr. Artlnir MniTatt, Mr. Cimrlos Pisk, Mr. IJenry Walker, Mr. Frank Bowen, Mr, Jolm Bell, Mr, Jaok Mar bury,and Mr. lIenuinDyor,bcsidesotliers nann d iu costumo. The muaio by Mr. A. J. Whitcomb and sons made sweet liarnioiiicH fir inspiiinji tho quiok stop of tho d.vnccrs and added mucli plcasiuo to those liut dancinj:. Tlio ladics havo cleaml moro than 22, and fcol both cn cour.iccd and gratiiiud by tho succcss of their party. 'Woodford. I,t is thousht that Mrs. Gcorgo Bick ford is a littlo b...

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. — 10 February 1893

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, tfKIDAY, FEBBUARY 10, 1893. AN OLD I VE AfFAIK. A jiood many clrctiirittances combined to mako Lydia fci'l tliat blie wns growiiig old at twetitT-eiglik Slio liad been four jrears abrcad as Mrs. prosYenor's com pantoti; slie liad done a jreat many thiiiKs lier duty noticeably and yet ber llfe held no f ort of frnition. She Rrow very sad wlien slio reflcctcd. Sbo liad oftcn wondorcd wliy It was; but now slio liad como to tlio cnnclu'sion that it must bu lier own fault all owiiiR to lier own weakness. The truth had bcen forc.ed upon her by a certaiu episode. Dr. Sovcranco had askxd lier to mair.v lilm; and lio -eomed both surprised and angry wlien she told liim slio was already cnciiecd liad been for over six years. "What aro you wnlting ior?" be liad asked, bruRqiittly. "We aro both poor," Lydia answered brayely. "Ho lius liis motlier to suppuit and two sistcrs to eaucate, and it is very diflieult for a young lawyer to make any leadway." 'In that casc, I Rlio...

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. — 10 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, FEBRuABY 10, 1893. rx4 and yet so , you know costs no more than common soap and is more economical. Reasons enough for most women ; think, are they not good enough for you ? TTtk VeddlcTi aud s.ome unscrunulous eroeers will tcll you. "T 7" Q -fOCi istsgoodas"or "the same ai P arline." IT'S I'ALSE W CXX 1'eailiue U never pcdd'ed, ana if vouriocer se.i ds you some thmir in nlacei f rearline. do the honet thii.R senH tt h -rt. 176 JAMKS PYEK. New York. One reason why Scol's Bmulszon of Pure Nor wegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda has had such a large sale is because it is "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is that its curative properties are unequalled. It cures the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces fiesh and builds up the entire system. Ecott's Emulsion curos Coughs, Colds, Consumptlon, Scrofula, and all Anaomlo and Wastlng DIsoqbos. Prevonts wastlng in chlldron. Almoit ns palatable as nilllt. Gct only th...

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. — 10 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, FEBBUARY 10, 1893. CORItESl'ONDENOE. Ftoin tbe 'Gorclen Clty." Chicaoo, Fel. 3d, '893;. To the Editor of the linnncr. DeAB Sm: I dou't know what klnd of a wiu tor you linve becn oxiierieucin.fr, in Vermont, bift I liaro to s.ty that the cord wcatbcr hero had suoh a "grip" upou mo, I havo not bcon ablo to jiivo tho readcrs" of tlto Banneii nny nows from Jackson Fark, rccently, tholoca tion of tho World's Fair. But the rnana gore aro still at work. The great snow wo havo had for tho last two wecks has dono thousands of dollars damago. Tho 3Iauufacttiros bulldiug iu partioular had a wouderful tuovr slido, which on an c'stiinato did somo cifilit or tcn thousaud dollars daniago, also quito a number of buildings whioh woro coinploted and about to bo ocoupicd with artioles of cxhibit. In this lcttcr I wlll Rivo you somethinr that will bo iiitorestinjr to "cvcrybody. "Glass Work," West of the japaneso Bazaar is a largo-dotncd af fair just boeinrilutrto assumo ...

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. — 17 February 1893

VOL. LI1I. BENNINGTON, YT., FltfgAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1893. NUMBER 5. -t$-Sx0frt L In opening up to tho puHio our increased stock of Clothing and "Furnishings, and adnpting tlle strictly SPOT CASIIsystora ofbuyingand Gelling, we are satisfled that it will result in great advantage to our pa trons and to ourselves. From the words of encouragement and good wishes for success which we aro receiving every day, we believe the masses approvo our metbod, and will avail themselves of the opportu nity which we offer them to obtaln a mueh superior grado of clothing at a lower price tlian ever before offered in Bennington. That they do ap preciate SPOT CASII prices is ovident by the fact that inuny go to the cities, where SPOT OASII stores are established, to buy their goods. I am satisfled that a visit to our large store, in. the Opera Ilouse BTock, -will convince this class of our citizens that we show as desirable au as sortment, and that we can supply their wants at as low prices as the lowest...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 17 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, IfKIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1893. VldNIfY AND LOOAL ITEMS. MissNetHo Greenslet returaed Satur day from a weok's vislt in Hoosick, N.T. MissKatib Brown has pono to the South, wliere she will spend tbo Tvinter. lUss Grace Day returned to Greenfleld, Mass., afrer a two wecks' visit to her Iiomo h 10. The addltion to tho mlll now ocoupied by William Campbell is beinR pushed to completlou as fast as posMble. Tho ma chiuery is all ready to be put in positlnn. "When tho improvoments are flnishcdMr. Campbell will add about 100 hands to his prcsent force. Cards havo been received of tho raar ilarjo in Ludlow, next Wednesday, of Miss Llzzie Ann Spauiding to Uarry Frcd. Keed. The coremouy wlll tako place at tho residence of tho mother of the brldo to be. Tho prospcctivo fjroom is propiietnr of tho Goddard House in Ludlow, and his father resides hero. The Hardwick Gazette says: "Tho historio woodchurk camo out lastFriday Candlemas, saw his shadow and pulled his hole In aftor hl...

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. — 17 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER FEIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1893. OltANQ-OUTANdS. A corrcspuudcut of tlio ST. Louis Qlobe-Democrat writes frora London zts follows: As agent for VTombwell's Mcnagorie, at 0110 tinto tlio Urgest col- lection 01 ttiiu animals ln isngiana, or m tho warld. in all probabilitv. I visited Indla, Afric aud Oceanica in soaroh of all tnat was raro anu wonaenui in uira, boast and flsli,'and in my trarels raada many narrow cscapcs from the creatures tliat I bunted. But it was in Borneo Ihat tbo most terrib'e adventure of my lifo befell mo, wlien, faco to face withtho ciRantio orans-outanff, I was onlysaYeti by a strangc chanc?. It ivas in tho oarly sixties tliat I sct out from tho coast city of Dranal (or tlio interior of tlio -island in search of a livinf specimen of the ani nial 1 spoko of. I had beon wamed of tho ferocity aud strongth of theso creat ures, vrith their almost liuman mtolli gcncc, but it was my Tocation to meot danpcr, and I had been bo often in pcril ous situati...

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. — 17 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER PBlDAY:, EEBRUAKY 17, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNER. - . t- . j BENNINGTON. FRIDAY.FEBRUAItY 17, 1803. eSlnsle lioplea ol tlie Unnner, In VraiMirn lor Mnlllmc If Defclred niltiat Ceiitn. oi.unniNn BATRS. SANNER AND WEKKLYTH1B tJNE, 1.5B. JUNNER AND BOSTONJOUKVAU $2M. SANNER AND DAILY JOURN aL. J630. BANNER AND N. Y. DAH.Y PR FSS, 3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY "RESS, $3 C0. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAfiAZlSE, 14.30. BANNER AND IlARFEtt'S WEEK.LY, 4.70. BANNERANP HARPER'S BAZAK. $1 T0, r!ryearpayableinadano. Send injouror re. Kepnlillcaii Caucno. Th ttepubllcnn TOtrra of tlie twn f Bennlnir nn. areherebv notlflVdtomift In caiicus t ihe TilUee Rom.Prk BU-ck. Fel. 234, H3, at tSO oVlock p. m . to place In DOmlnmlon n ticket 4 ba Euppoited at the coming tnwn nwtloc. 1. E tHBSON. E D WELLIKO. A. B VALENTIJE. Towa Csinmiitee. Bennington, Vt. Feb. 15th, 1893. Miss Nblme Hublbubt is vlsiting Aicnds iu Bridport. M Tiie condition of C. S. Pcrry, ill for oro tlian a montli, is improving. J...

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. — 17 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER FRIDAY, FEBRTJARY 17, 1893. ihould perish. They liave no sliarlow of oxcus for hcslUtlnR in tliis redemption of thelr houor. Tlio nced that wu keep cIoro tncether Is now present with us in the preservation of our just rights, and lot us stanil by those vrlio stand by us and givo nclilier faitli, aid, orjcour agement or support to ouropcn cnemles, or yield one jot or little to tho strenRth enfnp of tho liands that stay us up; not till cin bo sjiyen back to bim who for a paltry $13 a montb entlurcd bunper, thirst, rajrgedness and wearincss, who filoDt nnder tlio drizzlinrr rnin and riaked his very existence iu UiedlscharKe of his uuiy uio coiniuri. iu iiumu, iuuu. im jnenr, rest, seourity, safety and liigh re muneiaUon bo pave up at that time. Not till they can rcturn to the wife tho strong arras that proteotcn and (juarded her houfoliold; not till' they can jrjvo aRain to tho decrepit parent the stronff stay on which they hoped to lean iu their old aRe; not till...

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. — 17 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER FRlJDAY, FEBRUAKY 17, 1893. 6 TO.HAV1NGS KAKKS DEPOSITOI18. . .A warning to savings banks depositors is Buundcd by John Ilarsen Rhoades in the North Amcrican Jieview. These de positors conatitute a very largo porcent aco of tlie thrifty laboring people of tbo Stato of botli sexcs, and any advico qual iiying tbem to act wisely in the event pf any chaage in tbo cbaracter of tbo cur renc'y by a premium ou gold, or other tviso, should be welcomo. In vievy of tbe possiblo dolay of tbo repeal of tho Sherraan silrer bill until inflation bas touched a point inducing a premium on gold and to sorae extcnt demoralizing values, Mr. Rhoadcs's counsel in tbo cvent of sucb a contingency is yaluable. Ho says: "Savings banks (ccrtainly in tbe East rn and Middlo States),aro purely bcnov oleut in tbcir oharacter, havlig no capl tal and issuing uo stock. and aro man aged by trustees, who give their timo and judgment gratultously to tho work on behalf of tbo best interests of tho p...

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. — 17 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAT?, MBRUARY 17, 1893. Wfi WINSLOW, HEADQUARTERS FOR Stovfs. Rmi;-.. llol ir Kiironcr:', Iron atrl Lead FipH, Vt'atrr 1oi t. Ratli Tubs. Agate.Tiii. CopperHiid(alvnizrl Wure. auii in fnct ererv Ihlng uually kott m flrsi-clai tin and stove store. FIRbT TlOOIt WEST Or THE WETHOMST uiimicn. BENNINGTON, VT, IT WILL PAY YOU lOOIVKTIIE BANNEIt BINPEKY YOUR PATCONAGE. BLANK BOOKrf. MAGAZIVES, PERIODICALt. ETO. BOUND IN PINE SJaFU AT LESS THAN CirYPlilCBS, K''RTHESAME qualh y of WORK. nstJiii jWhat shall stay 1 " . . I f- 7 'say bcotts nmuision ol pure iNorwegian cod liver oil and hypoohosphites of lime and soda has cured us of consumption in its first stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take Scott's Emulsion curos Coughs, Colde, Consumption, Scrofula, and oil Anaomlo and Wastlng Dlsoasos.-Provonta wastlng in Chlldron. Aliiioxt us palatablo as mllk. Cact only tlio gcnulno. Pro parod by Bcott & Bowno, Chemists, Ne...

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. — 17 February 1893

8 THE BE1WNGT0N BANNER, FRIDA7, FEBRUAKY 17, 1893. ALMOST BKVONO RELIEF. Tlilnita tlflru llappau tbat n can ' Scarcely t'redlt I TiU U Oneof Tliem and we cle It 10 onr Itendera It ninr .terui ItrrunrKable, but ,We Kmiw llialltla All True. A stranco tale coraes to us from Cham plain, N. Y., vrhere tbe principal in this absorbincly iiitcrestiug account came very near not now bolng alive to tell the atory. It vrould scera that a -vTCil-known rcsl ' dent or the town.Uirney Wilsou by narae, foll ill. Now lllnoss is a common thliiK, but not so tlint of Jlr. Wilsuu's, as he says hinisulf, now that tho danger ia all ovor. "1 cannotdcscrlbo how I fck or -what ,1 Buffercd. "Jtscunied to bo at first ntostly in my liead. I could not thiukcusily; myhtad folt dull and strangc, and I was tirod aud ireak all over. "1 knuw my nerves' were woak and prostratud; that I had dyspepsia terri uly. Vfhy, I could soarcely eat anything ' from ono day to anothcr. "1 coitld not hleep nlghts, and woke morninjs f...

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. — 24 February 1893

YOL. L11I. BEiNNINGTON, VT., FRIDAjY, FEBRUARY 24, 1893. NUMBER 6. THE BROWNIE S. "We six aro liero with gleo and fun, We'll tell about the things wo'vo dono; We focl at homo in Coi.e's New Stoiie, Wo'ro makliig progress moro and m&ro. . II. Of cliildren much we'vo lately thought, And uscful, pretty things wo'vo brought: To clotho thetn well we'vo scarchcu around Until tho very best wo've found. in. Wll dross tbom up like little kings, With many bnght and protty thinRs, If cblldhood's happy, bright.and clear, They'll mako good rocn, woneednotfoar. IV. Tlie prices, too, a8 all can sco, Xo longer will a burden bo; We'll kcII so low, tbo tiuth ve toll, Tbat cliildren all niay druss qulte well. V. On us tlio cliildren now dcpend, Let's ovcr bo tlicir truest triend, And tcach tlicm to bo good and pure, Tlius grand achieveinents we'll.securo. Bennington Banner. PUBLUnlD EVKRV TlllDAY AFTKKNOOH. Teiimb op suBSCRimoN : One year. In advance $1.50 I Single cople 3 Slx months " 75 1 (I-OST...

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. — 24 February 1893

2 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, PRIDAT?, EEBRUAKY 24, 1893. VICINITY,AND LOOAL ITEMS. Mra. C. Frcd liiirch ia Imnrovinir. tbe aouncil nf phjsicians the Otli, huving been licld nt tho turnlnr; polnt. Tho friemls of G. D. MilliiiL'ton of Ilub land, will bo ehul to hear tlmt his little damrhtcr. rccently fieriously ill with membrancous diplitheria, ib ImproTing. -If tlio freezinK of tho Rround lias any- .thing to do wtth it, tho RUgar makers ought to reap a harvest this Sprlns from their niaplo trccs. Tho frost is "way down." Tho Now York iluslcal Monthly for Fcbrnarv contains fnur of tho latest vo aal and iustnimental pleces. Tho music is hv tlio best cumnosers and is both clas. ica'l and popular. It is published by Kiobard A. Saalflold, 843 Broadway, New Torlr. Liveryman Piialen of Bennington lost a horso Wednesday on tho dugway pitcli. It fell with blind stafZRers, rolled down tbe bank and was dead beforo tho drivcr cnnld return with cp. Searsburg U Vor. Jleadaboro Enterprlse. The newspape...

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. — 24 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER FftlDAY, FEBRUAEY 24, 1893. THEY'RE ALL TALKING OF JL Scporter lnYestlcates MTral publlo rououimtin Jutlom, aud, fluds EVERY WORD TRUE. Moro TTords of PruUe spoken than Pub Hslieil. Tlie strong lettcra of recommcndatlon kdi cspcrienccs whtch liaTesofrcqut'ntly appcnrrtl in tho Various dally papcrs, excitcil iho curiosity of iho Editor of tho Albany Arut Dctcrmincd to know n.3 to tho gauinecss of tlio publisbcd docu mcnts. pliced tho ronttcrin Iho bandu of one of their rcporteis, Mr. Itoliert A. Mnle, tho vcteran forcman uf VanSlyfce& Ilorton's Tolncco Faclory.onBroadway, Albany, N. Y., was firct callcd upon, and sh wn Iho ffillowing : "A'lortt tcn years tixo I had a crcat dcal of trourlj Mit'iEtonein thobladder, nnd I had to subn.lt to nn o'eratinn. But tha old trouble re oppiP 1 nnd I feared tbat auother operation yould bo ncccs-arv. a f i icnd BUggcsted tbat Itry I)r. K unrdy's Faroil'o Jtemedy, ot Kon dout. N.Y., altcr using tba medicine a short while, I...

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. — 24 February 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, FRIDAY, FEBRUABY 24, 1893, 4 BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY.FEBRTJARY 24. 1803. ENInzln Coplen ot llamirr, lll Yrntrm lor Itlnlllnc lf DeJred TIIICICIC Ceiua. ci.unniii ItVritS. BANNER AKO WEr KLYTH1BUNE, $U0. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL. $2f0. BANNER AND DAILY JOURN L. S30. BANNER AND N. Y DAII.V PIHreS,3.50. BANNER AND SJJNDAY "RESS, $3 CO. BANNER AND HARPER-S MA(8AZIE. 1 SO. BANNER AND HARPER-S WEEKI.Y, ti TO. BANNERAND HaKPER'S BAZAR, SITO, rr ytr payable 1d ulnc. Send in ) uar or 4en. Fon utlier local and vicinity items see second pago. Charles WENTWonTn of Winooski is yisitiug lriends in town. Mits. Willis Piiili.ips is visiting tliis woek at hur horao in Burlington. MiiF. S. II. Eei.Lyei( of Palmor, Mas., Is tliu guest of Mrs. W. C. IJitclicock. Tue Ktng's Daimhters meet wlth Miss Joniiio Valentino Friday, Maich 3rd. It is vhe annual meeting. Tue Rutland Ilerald of Monday says: "Mi-h. J. It. Leonard and danghter of Beimiimton nro visiting friends i...

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