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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 28 July 1893

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, JULY 28, 1893. HOOSICK. Jolin A. Connoily has a posiHon iu tho oflioo of E. A. Boolh, BenniiiKlon, Vt iMoses n. ArmstronB foll from a load of liay on Saturday last sustaining qUito eovere lnjurios. Andy Ashton who has boen seriously ill is Iraproving undor tho caro of Dr. Wra. L. Clark. Gco. E. Babcook's now store looks vory noat aud tasty and wo hopo lio will .tecolvo his sbaro of tlio publio patron age. Georgo is a pnod follow and de sorvcs success. Irono Lakor, daiiRhter of Bcnjarain Laker, is dancorously ill at tho rcsidcnco of hcr sistcr, Mrs. Sarah Guiden. Loronzo Wilson's houso is now roady for occupanoy, and Contractor Androws goes this woek to Melroso to begin oper ations ou a now Luthcran cliurch. Thofunoral of Frank Bovio, son of tho lato Warren Bovio of Potersburgb, . N. Y.j was larpely attcndcd at All Saints church, Sunday last. Nicholas P. Brown, ono of our oldest and most respeotcd oitizens died on Mon day last. Ho is Rtirvived bv a wi...

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. — 4 August 1893

iemtitujtim BENNINGTON, VT., ; FRID AY, AUGUST 4, 1893. VOL. LTII. NUMBER 29. SPOT GASH SGORES ANOTHER AT COLE'S NEW STORE. A lMg Tiunble iu Furnisliings. Mcn'sIIalfirosc Drop From 10c to 3 for 25c. From 12c to 11c. From 15c to 12 l-2c. Aud llic samc througli all tlic lilglicr gradcs, Thc samc cyclonc struck tlklr Outlng Shlrts aiul knockcd tlicm From 35c to 25c. From 50c to 40c. From 5c to 50c. AND Spot Casli gocs on with rr.ighty strido, Old Trust oan ncver stom the tido, 'That uow engulfs tlio old-timo plan, That herotoforo mado slsivcs of mau. 'They'ro forming now a mighty band, That buy tlieir goods with cash in Jiand, A HOUSE BLOCK, BENNINGTON, VERMONT. The People Say, and the People Know, THAT THE POPULAR, PROGRESSIVE AND RELIABLE FIRM OF RUSSELL & MARCH, DEALERS I ALL KINDS OF Lninber, Latb, Cement, Lime, Sasb, Blinds, Monldings, Faints and 011s, Posts, Flooring, Ceiling, Casing, Slate, Whitewood and Kiln Died Southern Pine, Granite Roofing anda complete stockof JrJmlcLe...

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. — 4 August 1893

THE BENNUSGTOIS BANNER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1893. 2 WJLD ROSE. .BYWILUAM WALSB. By a wand'rlng pth in a pasture fleld. On a shagej stalfc with a thorriy shleld, With a slmple Krce to wl lch we yleld. Urows the wild rose. lt clalms a frlendship fctlll unbrokon, It grasps tho gleeve fn avag token, It looks a language all unspokeii. The frcsh wlld rose. A malden'a cheek Its blns.h mlght wear, It modest hangsln beauty there. Utnoticed, yt so wond'rous fRir, Tue sweet wild rose. Its bulbs come forth In warmcft red, Ling, long after blossoms shed, And glow 'till winter's ciillingdead. The wllO,vild rose. An emblcm of a pure affcction. That knows no fear and no dejcctlon. Tho bllghtlng storms bul give perfection, Exqulslto rosel VIOINITY AND LOOAL ITEMS. Wsi. J. Blaiis and wifo aro "visiting in town. Tiiomas II. Campion and family have gono to Bennington, to pnss tho summer. Troy Toicoram. Dn. II. J. Pottek, Jr., is in St. Al bans, in tlio intercst of tho Ensor curo. IIo rcports cominendablo...

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. — 4 August 1893

THE BENMNGTON BAJOEE, FKIDAY, ATTGUST 4, 1893. AN IKCIDENT OF LII3UY PRISON. Whilo ln Libby prison during tho lata tinpleasantness I oftcn forgot tho tniscry of my environmcnt nnd tho hunger that Would assert itself in such a. burnlns fash 1on whilo llstenlng to my comrades narrnt ing tho manuer ln whlch they were cap tured. Captnin Morton that is not his real cninc, nnd I will presently explnin my rea 8ons for giving hlm n flctttious one wns a very lmndsomo fellow, nnd. Hke nll hnnd somo men, he wns vcry well nwaro of tho fact. IIo was from Clnclnnatl, nnd I had known hlm in nctivo servico ns one of tho most gnllnir. caralrymcn to bo found .among tho splcudld troopers of tho Buck eyo Stato. With his regiment Captatn Morton wns ono of the (.vircst nnd most lUrht hearted men I hnd ;vr met, but hcro in Libby he went about glooniy nnd dcspondent, liko n man who carriexl n lienvy loiid on his heart. Unlike lilsold sclf, I was ntruck by the fact that bo wns not comtnunlcntivc, nnd bo shu...

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. — 4 August 1893

THE BENtfliNGTOJS BAJSINER, RIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON". -FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1803. Slnslo lioples ol the Uouner, ln Vrnipcr for Hlnlllnc lf Delrel TIIKKB Ceum. CI.UHUINO IIATKS. ANXERANDAYEEKLYTRIBUNE, $1.50. BANNER AND BOSTONJOUUNAL, S2.00. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNaL, 8.80. BANNER AND N. V. DAILY FRESS, 3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. BANNER AND UARPER'S MAGAZINE.S4.50. BANNER AND UARPER-S WEEKLY, 4.T0. BANNERAND HARPER'S BAZAR, $1.70, Vir year payable ln advance. Send ln your or ers. Fou additional locals seo scconil, page. Miss'Bertiia Truli. of Manchester, is visiting tho editor's family. Mrs. j A. Sipperly ia quito ill. Slio is at Mr. G. A. Wattles's m tliis villago. Willoughby "comcs to tho front" with a new advertiseinont thls weok. Read it. The Misses Auna Rogers and Carrio Viall havo roturiicd from a visit to tho World's Fair. The msuranco adjusters woro hero ycstcrday looking over tho Burgcss propcrty'latcly burncd. Watson's "Baby Day" advortis...

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. — 4 August 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EEIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1893. A TROY BUSINESS MAN. . CUIIED OF PABAIASIS FOLLOWING Aro TLKXY BY TltOY MAONETIC IN8TITUTE, NO. 0 UNION PLACK. Mr. E. b. Itandall (ono of Troy's oldcst buslness racti, liavinR for many years boon conncctccl with tho clothinj; indtis try of 1I1U city, botli 111 in its inanufac turing aud wliolesale, aud for soveral years past as aretail dcalor at 22 Tliird treot), had a shook of apoplexy on tho morning of July 0, whicli produced par tial paralysis of tlio cntiro l-iRlit aido. Ilaving known Dr. Scott of tho Troy Magnotio Iustituto for years, and liavinc raoro conlldcnce in liis ability to curo than in tlio ability of any ono elso in Troy, ho immctliately placcrt liimself un der'liis profi-ssional caro. Ho is now roadvto stniotoliw niany friends that without a liitcli or drawback of any klnd liis paralysis beai at onco to disappear, aud eveiy day whilo under treatment ho could sco an itiiprovcniPiit from tho pro coediim ono. D.iy by day, w...

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. — 4 August 1893

.THE BENNINGTON BANNEPs PR1DAT, AUGUST 4, 1893. 6 PRIZES QN PATENTS. HOW TO GET TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR NOTHING. The Winner has a Clear Gift of a Small Fortune, and the Losers Have Patents that May Bring thcm in Still More. Would vou liko to mako twcnty-flve liuudred dollara? If you would, read caref ully wliat follows and you may sco a vray to do It: Tlio Prcss Claims Company duvotcs much nttcntion to patents. It has liuudled tliousands of applicaUons for in ventions, but it would Hke to liandlo tliousatids raorc. Thero is plenty of a veutivo taleut at largo in tliis country, ncediuu uutliinK but c couragemcnt to producu pr.ictical rcsults. Tliat encour agomeut tlie Prcss Claims Company pro poscs to give. NOT 80 IIAKD AS IT SKEMS. A patcnt stilkes most peoplo as an np pallinply formidablo .thinp. The idea is that-an invcntor must bo a natural cenius liko Edson or Bell; that ho must uovoto yoars to dclving in complicatcd mecliani cal problems, and that ho muKt speud a fortun...

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. — 4 August 1893

THE BKKNUSGTON BA'NER, JMIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1893. wo a few days, and you wtU be startled at tlie unex pectcd success tliat wlll rcward your efforts. We posltlvely havc tlie bet bulness to ofler an agcnt tlmt can tt fouml 011 tlie faoe ot thli earth. 845.00 proflt un 873 00 jiorthof buslncssis belng eaily nmi Uonorably made by ond pald to huiiureds of liicu, woiuen, boys, unu glrls ln our cmploy. You caii tiiuke uioiiey faster nt work for us thau you havc any ldia of. Tlie bmlness Is to casy to learn, and instruciloiis so slniploandplaln, tliat all succeid from tlie start. Tliose wlio lake hold of thfi busiiius reup thc advaiitage tliat arL.es from tlie sotind rimitatlon of one of tlie oldcst, most succcsaful, aud largest publlshlng hcuscs ln Amcrica. Secure for voursclf tlie proflts tliat tlie buslness so re adily and liandsomely ylelds. AH bcginners siiccccd grandly, and morc than rcallzc tlicir grvuti-a cxpcctiittous. Tliose wlio try It flnd cxactlv at we till tliem. Therelsplcnty or...

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. — 4 August 1893

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRLDAY, ATJGTJST 4, 1893. G. A. R. ENCA.MPMENT Indianapolis, Aug. 1. Tho official programme of the National Encamp rnont of the G. A. R. to ba hold in this city in Soptombor has bocn issuod as follows: Septeraber 1. recoption of the Naval Voterans' Associatiou on the Ko ir sage; September 2, parado of the Naval Veteraiis; September 3, Naval Veterans at religinus servico: September 4, ar rival of Q. A. R. and escort to its quar tors. Naval Veterans' associalion raoets at 10 a. m. In the evening tho recoption of tho offlcors, dolcgates and distiu- gulshed guests of the G. A. R. will bo eld; September 5, G. A. K. parado, -with Naval "Veterans and Sons of Veter ans as guard of honor. Itounions will Lo held after the parado. At nigut tho Woman's Reliof Corps will hold a rccep tion. Nntural gas display and oxhibi tion of llreworks; September 0. National Encampment mcoting, G. A. R. W. R. C. meeting. Daughtcrs of "Veterans' meeting. Army corps, division and brigade...

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. — 11 August 1893

con BENNINGTON, YT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1893. VOL. LIH. NUMBER 30. Mivny of our patrons, when buying Ulothing at this time of the year, liave an eye on its ndaptability to cold weathcr. To such we would say that we already have in stock a large line of Fall and Winter goods jubt bought, among which are many new styles and novelties. Our Spob Cash system inakes the pvice below competition. We are still making discounts on light weights and fllling their places with heavier goods. You will always flnd a full line of seasonable goods at GHAS. G. COLE'S ONE-PRICE, SPOT-CASH, GLOTHING AND FarnisMnq House, Op8ra Honse Block, Bennington. "Wo'ro all alerr. wo'vo had acall. We'ro working hard to plcaso you all, And mary purchascs wo'vc mado, For Fall and Winter's coming trado. Thoro's great commotion in tho land, And in Coluinbia's palaco grand. In ovory nook and evory placo The peoplo mcet of ovcry race, And ways and raothods thero coinparo, To mako mou botter ovcry whero. All nations thero...

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. — 11 August 1893

THE BENMNGTON BAOTER, FEIDAY, AITGUST 11, 1,893. YICINITY 'ANDTjOOAL ITEMS. Mks. Geo. W. Hali. has returned Irom an oxtcndod visit to the seashore. The County Post s.ivs: "Miss Norrrm Eighmaiin of Troy, and Nellie Wilkius of Bennington, wore tbo cuests of D. I. onda of Cambridge., ovor Sunday." Tiik Shushan, N. Y.r corrospoudent of tlio (Jouuty 1'ost, says: "jurs. u. ConRdon left for Bennington, ou .Mon day, to spend a sliort limo visitiug Mrs. Olin Scott of that place." On Thursday of last week Philotus Morgan dicd. IIo was 84 ycars of age, and his death was from tho iufirraities of age. IIo was boru m Pownal, and Jiad always livcd in that town. His wife dicd two ycars ago. Ex-Gov. E. J. Okmsbke will bo nrgcd for dcpartraent coramandcr of tho G. A. It., of Vermont at tlionext annnal oncainpmcnt. Brandon has never as yot becn in tbo ilcld witb a candidato, aud its citizeiisfecl tbatitis time that jtlioy wcro rccognizcd. The ilies woro nevor moro numerous in Salem thau at tho prosent...

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. — 11 August 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNJER, FJUDAY, AUGIJST 11, 1893. TIMES HAVE CHANGED. " Oat of the past ho strayed In sllver armor clad, TYondering but undlsinayed To flnd the world gone mid, . J And unto hcarts aflame . ' With cruel love of gold Ho called ln boauty's namo ' To battle as ot old. t . '. Xol the doll world passed by, Kor llstened to hts cry. But one who sat alone, Wcary and slck at hcart, Lcancd from her desolate throna Hlgh o'cr tho crowded mart And slghed: Mothlnka I hear A toIco stlllcd long ago, Tlio homage dcar, 80 dearl I novermoro shall know. 3ut tho bllnd world pas.ed by. JNor lieurd the lady's slgfi. Ilarrlct Monroo in New Potoraon, A WAR TRAGEDY. In tho mountain regions of Tennesset moro than at any other point along the border line between the hostile forces the tragio eleinents of tho civil war were trought close to the peoplo. Elsewhere there were places mado vacant by th struggle, other rrgions suffered more from cnnnon nnd the dovastation ol marching armies, but up in ...

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. — 11 August 1893

fHE BENNINGTON BANNER, EEIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNER; tt BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1893. Stnsle uoplea ol llio Unnner, ln WriUler for Walllna ir DeMred TIlltKR tlentfc CliUnUlNO KATES. ANNER AND WEEKLYTRIBUNE, $1.50. BANNER ANDOSTON JOURNAL. S2.C0. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNaL, $6.30. BANNElt AND N. Y. DAILY PKESS.t3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZIKE, $4.50. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, $4.70. BANNER AND HARPER'S BAZAR, $1.70, Per year payable In advance. Send ln your or tru" Fou additional locals soo sccond pago. Mrs. Latlirop and ohild of Albany, N. Y., aro visiting Mrs. Chas. H. Dowey. Miss II. J. Moroan went yesterday to Blook Island, to remain a few weeks. Tiiere is a proposal on foot to liavo a tcnnis tournameut hcro tlio last of Au gust Miss Jennie Valentine is passing tlio wcok at tho Oriontal Ilotol, Coney Island. Chas. J. IlAM, of Springfiold, Ma6s., is visiting Edward J. Ilall for a couplo of weeks. IIuon McGuire went up to tlio...

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. — 11 August 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1893. OPERA HOUSE ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho next dato is AiiRust 15th, and seats are now on salo at Shurtleff's for tho Polico Patrol, a play tliat Is popular here. AraonR tho swge attraotions, asido from wlmt is sald in anothor itom, Is tho fact tliat an exnct reproduction of tho intcrior of tho polico barn is given in nnfi aot. sliowintr tho liorscs stamlim: in thoir stalls, tho waRou in placo and cvovythiiiR in rcadinc'ss for tho cominp alarfn. This great plaj will bo seon at tho Now Opcra Houso, nuxt Tuesday ovening. Securo your seats now. IIOWS THIS 1 TiT.. It..n,lMl Tlollni llixu nt il for anv casn of Catorrli tliat cannot bo curcd by Hall s F J IIFAKY&CO..Prop8.Tolrdo. 0. We. thc nmler Uui-d. have known F J Cheney fortho Put 16 yeirs. and belleve hlm perfcctly t.i i. .fll... I n.ul.dinllnna inA flnnn. clally ft le lo carry out nny obhgaticn made by West & Tni'AX, Wh lcaulf nruggtata, Toledo, O. AValdino, Kinnan & JUnvi.v. rt'hnlc...

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 August 1893

rHE BKNJSfUNGrTOjN BARNET?, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1893. 6 PRIZES ON PATENTS. HOW TO GET TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR NOTHING. Tho Winner has a Clear Gift of aSmall Fortune, and tho Losers Have Patents that May Bring them In Still More. Would you liko to mako twenty-flvo hundred dollfira? I you would, read carefully what follows and you may see a way to do it: Tho Press Claims Company dovotcs muoh attentiou to patents. It has liandled thousands of applioation3 forin ventions, but it would liko to handlo thousands moro. Thero is pleuty of In veutivo talcnt at largo iu this country, uocclinir notliing but oncouragomont to produco praotical rcsults. That cncour agement tho Press Claims Company pro poses to givo. NOT 80 II A III) AS IT BEEMS. A patcnt 8trikes most peoplo'as an ap pallinply formidablo thing. Tho idoa is that an invontor must be a natural genius liko Edson or Boll; that ho must dovoto ycars to dclving in complicated meohani cal probloms, and that ho must speud a fortuno on...

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 August 1893

'THE BENNINGTON JBANNEK, FKlDAYj' AU.GUST 11, 1893. WQRK FOR US a fcw days, and you wlll bc startled at the unox. pected success tlint wlll rcwiird. your eflorts. We positively limc tlif bet busiucss to offer an agent that can bc fuuml un tlic face of ths carth. 845.00 prollt on 873 (l worlhnfbuslness ls bclng eiully mid honorably matle by and pald to liumlrcdi of meu, wouieu, bojs, and glrls lii our cmploy. You can uuikc moiiey fnster iit work for US tlmii you have aiiv Idin of. Tlie buslness ls so easy to lcaru, nml instruciioiis sosimplenndplaln, that ullsHcceid from the slnrt. -Thusenho take hold of the biisineM reap thc ndvantage that nriies from the sound rqmtatlon of one of thc oldcst, inost succesifui, aud largest publishlng licuses lu Amerlca. Si'curu for yourself the prollts tliat thebuslricss soroadily and handsomelyyields. All bcginners siieeced gmiidly, and moro than realize thelr grcatft expictatlons. Those who try lt llnd exucth- m wo till tliem. Tlicre Is plcnty of r...

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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. — 11 August 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FEIDAY, ATJGTJST 11, 1893. 8 THE AMERIOAN SUNDAT. ga:Tho Cb.ic.ino corrcspondent of tho -Montpelier Watchman, closes an intcr 'ostinj; lettor to that joumal iu thoso fwbrds: "Tho fair in its raateilalization is stupendoua In overy departmcnt of tlio vrorld's industry, tho only cloud boiuR in the liraitod attendanco. less than an avoraRo of 100,000 daily. In this lattor .regpcct tho fair has becn a dlsappoint tncnt to its projectors. Uuttho reasons aro not far to seok dishoncstlocal man ngement in Sunday openinc and the fi nancial turraoil followiiig tho result of tho last prosidential elcction. Thcro was a clamor here, led on by somo of tho papers, for Sunday oponing, and in vio fatton of tho stipulations entered into with conRress, to whloli tho looal man agcmont yitlded, tho managemont was lcd to beUovothat tho Sunday attcndance would bo at least doublo that of any other day in tho week, whon, as tho re sult ahowed, it was not one-half and was constantly dim...

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 August 1893

ttmm mmx VOL. LTII. - Mivny of our patrons, when buying Clothing at this time of the jear, have an eye on its adaptability to cold weather. To such we would say that we already bave in stock a large line of Fall and Winter goods just bought, among which are many new styles and novelties. Our Spot Cash system makes the price below competition. "We are still making discounts on light weights and fllling their places with heavier goods. You will always find a full line of seasonable goods at CHAS. G. COLE'S ONE-PRICE, SPOT-CASH, CLOTHING AND Farnisliing House, Opera "Wc'ro all alort. wo've had acall. Wo'ro working hard to ploaso you all, And mary purchases wo've made, IFor Fall and Winter's coming trado. Thero's great commotion In tlio land, And in Columbia's palace grand. In cvcry nook and overy placo The peoplo meot of evcry raee, And ways aud mothods thero coinpare, To mako men botter evory whero. All nations there their goods display Of fabrics flno and colors gay, Tho wondrous sli...

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 August 1893

2 IHE BENNINGTON BAJSfNER, FEIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1893. YIOINITY AND LOOAL ITEMS. Miss Hattie SiprxnLT ls visiUng- in town. , ' 1 I1Maj. It. J. CoFFETattcndod thefurier- al of R. 15. Ricliards in Troy.N. Y., last tveok. Tlierewere a largo numoor oi Stato ofBcials .13 well as pruraiucnt G. A. JR. rnen presont. Items of news for our local. columns aro solioited. I vou aro entertaiuinc gucsts, especially fbrmer rcsidcnts, lot ub know it; if you arogoing away for a Krcator or loss poriod, let us know tbat too. Tiie. Massachusotts Sunday law, ro- contly enacted, forbtds rauroaa conv vanles runiuc cxcurslou trains on Sun day. The law, it is said, is working inucli dainago to .Lake ricasant wiioro many used to congregate Suudays and listcn to spiritualistio tcacbing. Lahoe advertisors say it pays thom best to advcrtise during tlio diillest sea- son wlicn tho smaller advertisors discon tinuo tlicir advs. Thero is roally moro iiocd 01 advorusing in tno iiun season when you want moro business tba...

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 August 1893

i DHE EENtflNGTOtf BAJKER, FRLDAy, AUGfTiST: ,18, 893. SANDRO BOTTICELLIS'- "ZIPPORAH." Vfho Is tlils comej ln Dcatii's cerecloth to eartli? Who ls tlio wan dead face with frozen eyes That gash its white mask llko cload com panles Crosslng tho tsllver dlslicd moon? What blrth, Uodcfal, forlorn, and hapless, chllls tho mlrth Ot Rome? What chost? AVhat Bhuddering snrpriae? i Whatwltches' ehroudof shrleklngmystcrles, tjnrestlng, aches llko famlne and days ot denrtb? Dead Slmonctta'3 osh gray faco ls thls, j Lapp'd ln licr flamoof haln "Heproaohl" tho walls, "Rcproach! For I am dcad, and born agaln Todlongalnl Reproachl Forutterpaln Iinld on mo. My pale llps shall cut llke flalls, lnco all dead ladlcs' wrongs frwezo ln my I kUsl" ' Mnurlco Hcwlctt ln London Academy. IIYPNOTIC CHESS. A dLTtuin grotesque and oricnt.il looking blnck chcss kniglit served as n pnpenvelght -upon tbo librnry tiible of ray Iriend, the colo nel, nnd hnd often roused .my curiosity. no nlgbt be told mo its story. ...

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