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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 April 1893

VOL LTH. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1893. NUMBER 14. THE BROWNIES. THERE IS MUSIC IN THE AIR, AND GHAS. 0. COLE, THE BROWNIES, And tho small boys, are making most of it in tho CHILDREW'S CLOTHING TRADE. Mr. Cole sells the flnest, atrongest, and chcipest line of Chtldren'a 'Clothlne ever offered In town; and erery boy who buyu a suit e'ti In addltlon, a present of the bov. SET OF BROWNIES IN RUBBER STAMPS, and inklng pad completc. There la no end to the changeaand cotnbinationsthatcanbe made withthera. Mr. Cola's stock Is complcte in all lines nowj go and sce tnem. It the prlces do not urge you to buy them, they will not. If thcy were to put tae pnces in this advcrtlsement you would think they w ere too chpap to be any good. When you see them you will know the dHTercBcc. They are in ahape to talk pretty fargely about their Uat Btock, aid yet talk truthfully, but they are modest, and will Just saylt raroutstrips anytblng they haye here. tofore shown. and that amounts to saying...

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 April 1893

2 THE BENNINGTON BAOTEft FEIDAY, APRIL 21, ; 1893. YICINITY AND LOOAL ITEMS. M. B. IIoughtox has added au ofiico nnd othor improvcments to liis llvory stablo. Joiin M. IIahris was admltted to Deacon's uidcrs in tho Troy C'ouforonco last week, standing at tho head of the ltsf - Ox account of the absenco of tho Eov. A. D4. Ileaxt, who ls attending tho annual conferenco, thero was no prcaching in tlio Methodist cburcli last Sunday. Tiie town listers aro rnaklng thorough ivork in thoir assessraents tbis year and many harhes bavo bcen added which liaye not appcared on the list before. A LAitGEiA- attondcd reccption was hold at tho Ensor Jnstituto Friday oven ing. X. M. Puffer, presided, and ad dresscswcre givon by tho clergy of tbo villago and othors. Juuge C. II. Hason was in Rutland on Friday cousulting with Hon. Jool C. Bakcr in rcferonco to tho sower qucstion. It is probablo that Judgo Baker's do cision will bo rcndorod within a fow days. Mks. F. L. Bovten gavo a plcasant ro ception ...

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 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, JfKlDAY, APRIL 21, 1893. 3 Mrs. J. Watson, 1022 Arizona strcet, riiiladolpliia, Pa., says: ''I think Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a splendid rcracdy, I had to cough night and day and one bottlo rclioved mo wondcrfully." Under tho now law in South Carolina thoro will bo but 40 saloons in tho cntiro Stato, and tho Govcmor of North Caro lina will do wcll to kcop on his own sido o the hordor. Whcn other rcmcdios fail to rclicvo coughs and colds, Dr. Buli;s Cough Syrup will offeot a perfcot curo. Obvi ously becauso it is tho hest remody. A decision has been rondered by tho Suprorno Uotirt of tho Unitcd Statcs to the effect that whon a fugitiro frora jus tico is surrondercd by one Btato on the roqulsition of anothcr Stato, ho can bo tried for any crime ho may have com rnltted in tho Stato to which lio is stir rcndorcd. Ho cannot claim to bo tried only for the oiTence 80t forth iu tho war rant of oxtradition, as in tho caso of a pcrson sent back to a foreign country. Th...

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 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEft, FRIDAY, APEIL 21, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNEK. BENNINGTON, JTRIDAY, APRIL 21 1893. Mnsle Oople of tlio Bauner. n tTrappers fr jnnlllnc If Denlrcd TBItliE vut: CLVBBinn KATES. BANNER AND WXEKLYTRlBUNE, 1.50. BANNXK AND BOSTON JOHRNAL, $2.0. ' BINNER AND DAILT JOURNaL, $8.30. BANNEK AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, $3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAT TRESS, $3 0. BANNEK AND IIARFER'S MAGAZINE, 54.50. BAJfNER AND IIARFER'S WEEKLY, $1.70. BANNERANDHAUFER'S DAZAR, $1.70, Pr yer yijnble In dinc. Send ln your or M9. Miss Audhia Bowen has been visiting fricnds in Powaal. , Mll. AND Mrs. Frank B. Edoerton have roturned from avisit torolatives iu Cohocs. We notico that Gep. B. Prentis is quitefeeblo and a good doal out of health. Henry Q. Camp has receivod notico that his claim for an iflcreaso of peusion has been allowed. Mrs. W. D. Niver of Poughkoepsio, N. T., is visiting her cousiu, Miss II. J. Morgan of this villago. Tiie Hon. B. G. Root and wifo, who have passed tho winter .in California...

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 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, IfKIDAY, APRIL 21, 1893. Ttao weather continues remarkably cool, nights and morninKS particularly o. Fred Mirfleld has prooured a situation in Hoosick Falls, N. T., and has Bno there to -work. Tlio houso occuplcd by Dr. Wodhull and Albert Torcy lias beon quito ira provod by a coat of paint Mrs. E. Brownson roturncd Tuesday from a tisit to her daughter's, ncrossths) mountain, vlio 1s in ?ory poor licalth. T. A. Carpentor-will soon bo settled in Bennington. Ilis liousoliold goods woro sbippcd from Batli-on-the-IIudsou this week. C. It. and A. B. Hankins havo rented a roora to tho band boya, ovor their store, wliere they practico caoh Wedncs day cvcnlnR. Mrs. Rogors gTe a tea to seToral of tho young ladici in tho villace, in honor of her nlece, who is vlsitinj them. Miss Bo;ers is from Princo Edward Island. Tho Y. P. S. 0. E. havo changed their erening servico from Honday to Sunday eveninu. Thero will bo no prcathing saryice on that oTening during tho eummer. 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. — 21 April 1893

JDJEDE BENNINGTON BAjNNER, JFRlJJAY, APRIL 21, 1893. 6 THE NEW SOHOOLLAW. The "Wilmington Times publislics a lottor from ono of its correspondents who it an ex-Member of tho Legislaturo. The questions asked rclated to tho town of Readsboro, but tho arRuraents aro applioablo to a largo uumbor of towns. IIo says: It vrould seera lofiical that uo school monoys either ral&cd by taxa tion or other aources could bo uscd uutil rocoivod. It would seom logical that at tho samo timo that schools wero estab llshcd provision vras mado for oxponses and.of necessity to apply to tho futuro. All f unds for any ontcrprise, as all wiH adrait must bo and aro, prorided for prospectlve usc. It would bo absurd to supposo suoli f unds could bo applicd iu a rotroactlvo sonso when thoro was no thing to boactcd on. Just when schools woro cstabllshed in Vermont, or when tho publlc funds from school lots, Uaited States deposit monoy, and privato be qucsts, cach bccame a part, I havo no mcans at hand to tal...

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 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAl, 'APRIL 21, 1893. WATER RATES IFTHE BENNINGTON WATER GO. Flmtaucet(peryear) $8.00 Becond Faticet 2.00 WaterCIotel 3.00 BathTub., 3.00 PrivateStablei, lt hnrse , ; 6.00 Each sddltional horse or cow '2 00 Lawn how (w be urt bv band only) S.00 Steam boiler for houso warmlng, etc, for each square foot of heatlng surface of boiler 0S AU others p"clal. Prorlded, ihat ni prlvate honse shall pay ovei SiO.OO per aniiiua xelinivi ( lawn hnw and boiler. Th- hv raten are for slnglefamilir. UBNHV W PITM VM. VrtMent Ji lj. H.T Eaton, DEALEU IN es llomntnrv ilowPricos VEST ' ARLINGTON VX Clanj Chowder ! Xj. s. frost DellversClio'er, icd hot, at your doorcvery Wednebday acd S iturday. FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH, Ofallkindsln tlflr wason A)l klnds of shell Itl-h. camied goods, etn etc FOTAN HADDIES, Mai. Frn-t ninlorstand'i lils lm-Oness, and is showlni; penpl liow to riin a flrsi, rls flh markt-t S'ip ln ai d hwk aroun I; thnMuJoraid hbobllginic cli-iks will bj plci.ed ...

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 April 1893

I 8 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDA?, APR1L 21, 1893. OUR MINNESOTA LETTER. Daxewood, April 8, 1893. To the Edlior of the Danner. Dkab Sir. When 1 wroto you. last I was irad ing in snow about as deop as 1 could staud, but it Rot worso after tliat and I learned to walk on Norweglan gnowsuoes (skies they call them). It was the only way I could rjet through. I was very woll satisiled with tho fact that my roaet lod through a solitary rerjion, so thero was nobody but mysclf to laugh wben tho skics took a sudden start down aa incllne, and I sat doirn in a snow bank. Tho first day it took mo twico my acoustomed timo of walkiug, when thD road was good, but I soon got accustom ed to tho new wetbod -of slow motion and shortoned my timo downto thosarao timolhad takcn to walk. Tho skies aro 8 or 10 fcot long, but somo uso tho Indian snow shoes, which ato not half so long aud noarly round. Spring seems to be at hand and ono of our netghbors haa started his plow, though wo liavo Btill a fow snow . ...

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. — 28 April 1893

YOL Lin. THE BROWNIES. THERE IS MUSIC S, G, COLE, And tlie small boys, are making most of it in tlie CHILBREM'S CLOTHING TRADE. Mr. Cole sells tlie flnest, strongest, and cheapest llne ot Chlldren'a Clothlng crer oftered In toirn; and erery boy who buys a sult e-l in additlon, & present of the abore SET OF BROWNIES IN RUBBER STAMPS, nnd inklng pad cnnipietc. Thern h no end to the cbanges and comblnatlons tbat can be mnde withthem Mr. C'oU's t tock Ia complete In all lines now; go and see tnem. II tlie prlcea do not urge you to bny them, they wlll not. If they were to put the pnccs ln this BdTerllement you would thlnk they were too clieap to bo any good. Wlien you see them you will know the differencc. They are In rtiape to tallc pretty largely about tlieir Hat Stock, aad yet tallc truthfully, but they are niodest, and will just ay it farouutrips anythlnK tliry have here. tofore bhown. and Ihat amounts to snyinc; anything ever ihown in Bennington. You wonld not lose airthinir jus...

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. — 28 April 1893

THE BENMNGTOfl BANNER FBIDAY, APKIL 28, .1893. mCBJITY AND LOCAL ITEMS. See notico of Tcachers' instltute, of Manchester Ccntro, wliioh we print olse whcre. We notico that a part of tho L. S. R.K. prjperty, tho old tlepot, ctc, is adver ti3d for sale. News frora New Tork Stato stato that Montgomery county will sotits jn.il birtls at work brcaking stono for roads. Tho cxample is a good one to follow. Tiie U. V. M.'s playeil niuo Rames ou thoir Soulhorn trip, winninj; sevon. So says the Burlington Freo Press. Ver monters gencrally "get there" iu tho South as well as olsowhcro. Dr. S. K. Wilcox has Dought the lot on Union street just oppnsite his horao rcsidcnco, Main strect, which givoshim a block of laud tlirough between both streots. The Union stfcet frourts threo roda front by eleven rods deep. Do you haTe shooting pains and feel nll broko up, as the warm weather creeps on, andsrjring's work anproaches? TJhen pay tho Drintor, and see liow it will braee you np. Tho Banner and Tri bu...

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. — 28 April 1893

THE BENMrTCTON BANtfER, FRIDAT, APRIL 28, 1893. 3 E3o mineral water will pro duce the beneficial results that follow taking OftSE or more of "BEQ-flASV2'S PSLLS"with a glass of water immediately upon ansing in the morning. Tatnless. Effoctaal. OoTered with a tastelesa, Bolublo eoattng. " Worth a gulnca n box." Prlco only 25 centi. Of all drusclsts, or a box will bo malled ou rccelpt ot 25cts. ln stamps by B. F. Allen Co., SM Canal St., New Yort. ffusiucss SHrcctorij. w7Xabkeu, M."51 SrECIAUST THE EYE, KUt, NOSE ANDTIIROAT. Iloitrs 0 to 12 a m . ! to S. and 7 to 9 p. m daily. Omce at corner liunk and -Maln Strcets, -North Adami, M.iss. DB. MARY PARTRIDGE. o FFICEAT RESIDENCE, oltfj No..HainSt.. linnnincton. n. C. H. MASON ATTORNny AT l.AVv. AriaJns' Elocfc. tVnnlnrton. Vt. CI. DAKLfNU. JTORNEY ATLAW. 3l. Ofdeaorcrl'lrvt.N'atlonslbanfc, 44t' Rcanlnftton. Vt, JAMES B. "MEACHAM. ATTOItN'EY AND 'OIJNSELOR AT LAW. 1 OQoe in Tark Blsck, Room No. 4. SHELDON A CUSHMAN. Attorneja ari Ootinael...

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. — 28 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, APBIL 28, 1893. ; BENNINGTON BANNKR. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, APRIL 21 1893. Slncle ;ople ol tlm Bnnner, In Wrappera rr Jnnlilns lf DeMrcd rnitim cciit. CLUnDINCI ItiTKS. BAXNER AND VfEEKLYTRIBUNE, $1,5, SANNER AND BOSTOK JOUItN AL, S2.C0. BONNER AND DAILT JOURNAL, $6.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY rRESS.M.50. JHMf NER AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. K&NNERAND UARPER'S MAGAZINE, $4.50. atKNER AND UARPER'S WEEKLY, $4.70. laVNNEUAND IIAUrER'S BAZAR, $4.70, rr year payable In tdtancfi. Send In your or . See pago 2 for additional "locals." Mi88 Nellie Brackett ia staying with licr sistcr in Bennington. Mrs. Georqe S. Bradford returned to Boston, Wcdnesday of this weok. The next Kings' Daughtors mcoting will bo held with Miss Mary White. John J. Dunn of tlils city spcnt Sun day in Bennington. Rutland llerald. Tiie stated conclavo of Taft Command ory will bo hold on Thursday, May 4, at 8 p. m, Miss Jennie Biuqos of Sholburno Falls, Mass., has beon visiting Mrs, A. 13. N...

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. — 28 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, APEJLL 28, 1893. that other morninR whlch sliall surely tame. Ho is faithful wlio comforts sor rowing hearts with -words of undying liope. "1 am tiio resurrccuon ana tne ife; lio that bclievetli in Jle, though lio were dcad yet sliall Lo live." It was a beautiful day for tnany frionds to say a lovintr farwell to ono who will novcr bo forgottcn, for tho memory of the jubt nnd true. is blcssed. Thls is only a "dhadow of a wreath of lllies,'r but 1 lay it ftratcfully and tendcrly upon hts pcaccful restinp placo. . k. j. ii. NOHTII BENNINGTON. Edward Wclch has the job of erectlng the additiou to the residcnce of. Honry ltosinr. E. Sonrry lias nponed a barbcr's shop ntlieO'Urien building now owned by W. J. Ilmley. IVo'iard Newman is addinjr to tho ap pearance of Mrs. J. Skinner's plcasant lenilenco by a new coat of paint, laid on artistically. Norman Colvln will bcRin repainting tho buildings of M. C. IIuliiiKnext week. Xothiuglike paint for tho prcscrvati...

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. — 28 April 1893

IHE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERlDAY, APRIL 28, 1893. 6 Tho SUirkgbi're of 1S93, was more than the local storra it was horo supposed. From tho North, South, East and Yest corae tho same story of disaster. That of tho Champlain Yalloy is cpitomizcdby a Boston exchange in theso dcspatches: Bkistol. April 21 Durinp a wind etorin Thursday night in South Starks boro', barns owncd by John Orvis, Nathan Jlorrison and Wostloy Follansbeo ivero blown down. Mrs. Mary Younrj's two barns were unroofed. The L of Jarnes Graco's houso and roofs of many other buildings wero damaRcd. In Lincoln, I Uraves's barn w as blown down: Elisha Purintou's barn destroyed and tVee cattlo killed; L. Mathews's .barn ruinud and cattlo and sheep killed and George Garland's barn destroyed. In Bristol, W. W. Uider's barn was destroyed and shed swept across tlio Toad. N. L. Varney's hartland shed and Chas. Sraith's barn woro destroyed. It was the hardest souihcast wind evcr inown and lasted ovcr 12 hours. Kutlani), April. 21 ...

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. — 28 April 1893

THE BENNINGTON BAOTEK, FKIDAY, APRIL 28, 1893. First tauect (per year) S'.OO Beconii Faucel 2.00 WaterCloiet 3.00 BathTub S.W Prlvate ttaUe. 1st hnrse 6,00 Each mi'Utional hortf or cow 2 0C Lawn how (to bc Ukfrt bT )inil only) ... . 5,00 Steam boil.ir for uouih warmtng, ctc, for each annare foot of hcatlug turface of boilrr AU other sp?ial. Provldcd, I .t no prlvate houso hall pay ovei SJ0.00 per anniba rxclut'i of Uva hoi-ai bollcr. Th Wv ratps are for iIekIs fiunllloi. lUJVnY .V Pl'TVa.M "tWent i.iy ARGTO s Clanj Chowder ! L. S. FBOST Dflivf rs Cliof !rr. rrd hot. at yuur door cvery Wednc&djy aud Saiurdiiy. FRESH AND SALT WATERFISH, Pf all ktndi In lliplr scnson All klnds of shcll . Mlb. cannvd goods, etc etc. FIMAN HADDIE3. Maj Frot HDiIirstand.'t hls Iju-lnoss. and is &liowiiiu peoplf )iw to flia a firsiirlHSS fi-h market Sip 1 nud limk ftrouiu1; tlie Majoratd hU oblUItm rlerk will bi p.ei-d to kIiow Kootls. o IY 'pll Are you all run down? Scotfs Emul sim of Pure Norwegi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 28 April 1893

XHE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRlJJA, APRIL 28, 1893. VERMONT AT CniCAGO. Aspecial despatcli frora St. Albiins, dated April 23, says: Gov. Lovi K. Fiil lorand tho morabera of tlio orlds Columbiau Commission of Vermont will bo prescnt at tlie opening of tho fair on Mayl. TUe Governor eoos to Chicago via New York, liavinj acoopted tho invi tation of thoSecretary of tho Navy to at tond tho naval reviow iu New York har bor, A'prll 27. Ilo wlll bo accompanled by Adjutant Gcneral Theodoro S. Teck from New York. The Governor will thon co.directly to Chicaso. Mr-. Ful ler aud Col. J. IT. Gouldin?, Secretary ofCiviland Military affalrs, wlll also nccompany tho Governor on ln's trip. Dr. II. II. Mclntyro of West Randolph, executivo member of tho commission and Col. Bradloy B. Smalley of Burling ton, who is chairman of tho coramittee on awards, are already in Chicago, en gagod iu tho ardnous duties of tlieir po sition. Col. A. J. Walker, anothor cona missioner, resides in Chicago aud in ran donug tho...

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. — 5 May 1893

VOL LIH. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1893. NUMBER 16. THE BROWNIES. Again wo 81601x011 all.good friends, Wo'll push tbo work that never ends, Etornal progress is tlio law, And to its aid all men will draw. 11. Tlio forco of love, a mighty poWer, That stronger grows oach day and hour, 'Tis bound tq put all ills to llight, And turn our darjtness iuto Iight. 111. In years gono by tlio bold and strong, Regardlcss of tho right or wrong, Togain theirunjust, solflsli ends Thoy crushcd alike bbth f oes and f rionds. VI. But now appcars a brighter day, Wben truth and right shall pavo tlio way, That leads from turraoil, sin and strifo. All men to bigher planes of lifo. v. To liolo this noblo work along Wo to youraid will bring a throng Of Brownies bright of evcry raco, That right in line will tako their place. VI. In ancient timcs, in all tho agcs, Thero lias appcaredboth soersand Bages, Who taught that lovo rolicf would bnng, ear Ye ! Hear RUSSELL & MARCH, Contractors and Builders. A...

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. — 5 May 1893

TEUS BENNINGTON BANNER, JPKIDAY, MAY 5, 1893. 2 W5MTY AND LOCAL ITEMS. Tiie Rt. Rov. Jolin S. Michauil, D. D., has been Hl for somo tlme but js now tnucli improved and will preauh at tlio Oathedral to-morrow. Free Prcss, April 20. TiiKPouhnoy Journal speaks about its "law abidinR, Uod-fearin peoplo." Tho Journal cditor ouRlittoscesomo of tliem wHen they gct a "jan" on iuGrauvillo! Sentincl. ' ..S. T. Daveni'okt, formerly of Wil mington, and woll known iu Bennington nnd Southern "Vermont as a successful lawyer, is buildins a houso on Central strcot iu Brattleboro. To proyont stove-pipo rustinjj wlien put away for tho summer, brush it over witu'a mixturo composcd of a gill cach of linseed oil and keroseno, and a tablo epoouful of turpentine. IIon. aud Mrs. Oiied IlATiii of Stam ford, colcbrated tbeir "golden wedding" yesterday. Tho IiAXXEit oxtends cor dial and licarty congratulations to Judgo Ilall and his cstimablo wife. Mrs. Jonx Kr.noi: has been grantod a pension tbrough tho ageno...

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. — 5 May 1893

THE BENMSTGTOJS BAMTER FEIDAY, MAY 5, 1&93; 3: Wo mineral water will pro duce the beneficial results that follow taking OWE or more of "BEECHAM'S PILLS"with a glass of water immediately upon arising in the morning. ralnlcs3.ECroctunl. Covered wlth o tastelos9, solnblo coatlnj. " Wortli a gulnoa a boi." Prlco onlr 25 cents. 01 nll druggtsts, or a box wlll bo Tl V AltAn fn Busiucss EDircctoti). V. A. I'AKKEtt, M. D. SPECIAMST 0 THE EYK, .KAll, KOSE AND TIIROAT. Jlours 9 to 12 a m . 2 to S. and 7 to 0 p. m., datly. Ofllce at eorner Hank aud Muln Strcots, Korth Adam, Mas?. DR MAKY PAftTRIDGE. o FFICEAT UESIDENCK, oitjj so.Mz.nam at.. uenninirion, vi. C. Fl. MAHON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ail.itns' liloof;. rtrnnlnr'on. Vt. M C H. DAKLINO. ArTOIlSEY AT LAW. Onira oter First National banft, 44t' Bennington. Vt, JAMES B. MEACHAM. ArrOUN'EY AND :ntTNHELOH AT LAW. 1 OUca ln Park Bleck, Room No. 4. SHELDON CUSnMAN. ttornejsand Counsellorsat Uiw, and tiollcl- iws id .nancrrj. no. u iam oirrrt, Be...

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. — 5 May 1893

II THE BENNINGTON JBANNER, EKIDAY, MAY 5, 1893. 4 ENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. JBIDAY. MAY 5 1893. ansrle t;eles ol th Banner, In Wrappera for fllalllnc lf Denlred IIIBB Ceiitn. OliOBOIlNn HATES. BNNERANDTVEEKLYTRIBUNE, 1.6. B&NNER AND BOSTONJOURNAL, 52.00. BANNER AND DAILT JOURNAI,, $8.30. JtV'NER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, 3.60. ANNER AND 8UNDAY TKE5S, $3.00. HVNNER AND HABPEirS MAGAZISE, 54.50. mNNER AND IIARPER-S WEEKLY. $1.70. EHlNNERAND HAKPER'S BAZAR, $1.70, fer year payable In ad ance. Send ln your or , Sek page 2 for ndditional "locals." Atbes, the Tailor, lias jnst opcncd a Ty Jarge liuo of summcr stylcs of hats. I. E. Lono of tho Lotus Gloe Club, EbstoD, is visiting at his liorao in Ben nington. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Collins aro sajoicing over tho advcut of a daughter ia their homo. Luman S. Norton, lately in tho Naval Department at Washington arrived in Bennington Monday. Quitk a poo i sizcd additiou is now in pxotess of crection to the rear of the Cottago hotel in this v...

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