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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 1 September 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANER, FRIDA'X, SHFOJSMBER 1, 1893. 8 .THE DIAMOND TRADE. "A large number of the dlamonds found ln tho tradc," saitf member of one of the leadlng dlamona" rniB of thls clty, "como from the Cape mlnea at the soathcra end - of-Airica, There are aeTen ox clfiht of theso tnines, the ' lorRcet being thi Klmberley, ivhlcli coyera tsoue 90 ocres of land. In the lost 10 years these mines have yielu'eU largf ly, many flneBtones havlnp; bcen found. But the Klmberley etonee wlth the ezcep 1 tlon of the celehrated Peter Rhodea stone, which wclghed 150 carats ln the roURh aro 'notalwaysof thefinest quallty. Thougb large (they get them as high as 800 carats)," many of them are only worth cutting Into Emaller stonea, "Indla once dld but no lonuerdoes cnter intotrade conslderations as a great diamond produclng country. The Brazlllan diamond, though small, ls of ten of a finer quallty thaa the African or Indian stone. In Brazil the diamond ls usuully found in the Bandy beda of rivers,...

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. — 8 September 1893

BEKNOTGTON, VT., i FRIDAY, 'SEPTEMBEE 8, .1893. OTMBER 34. VOL. LIIL "We'ro organired tbroughont the ld, A Hrely jofc we kTo n hsn4, TTVll rnsh tbe work through tnjak Md thin, And in tbe ead we'rcsmre to win. Ilard times, the knave, as you ril know, Hras lately tned to OTerthrow All bnsiness acheKies throcghont th land, And bring to aaught tbe cfforts graid, Of men and Brownie Terywhere, And flll wirh diecontt and care, This land that in the pst hM beon A refuge for 11 sutTnnR eeti. Ilard tlmos and eroakeri to the rar "Will soon be tent, yu b4 not fear. Our country onward moving still, BBCATTSS. Ifi t-trriM ItMtHi rKrniBhiaos, xfats, Caps, otc, vr sfetwa iatows. n lofi&d itk Fall aai Yatv CHMif il 1m Btroltie3 csb bo foui at CHflS. 0. COLE'S Furcklikfl Hue, tfWft The People Say, and the People Know, THAT THE POPULAR, PROGRESSIVE AND REUABLEFIRH OF RUSSELL & MARCH, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS Of Lumbcr, Lath, Ceaext, Ltme, Basli, Bliiis, Eiwdiings, Paints acd 011b, Posts, Fieoring, ...

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. — 8 September 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDA BEP'CEMBEE 8, 1893. IN THE LOOAL FLELD. BENNINGTON CENTBE. E. S. Uhandler Las gono to thoWorM's Fair, and still there aro moro to followj Quito a nurober from bore attended tlio Cambridco Fair. Thcso falrs take the leadofali witliin a radius of twonty milcs of Bennington. A new rosovoir Is being built upon J TVool Griswold'8 farm, that will hold a suflicient supply of water for Mcssrs. Griswold's and Sanford's use. The anuual family gatbering of tbo Crawford family was held with Mrs. Fliney Crawford, last weok, with Miss Martha Austin at tlio head of the culli nary dcpartment Itissafo'to say that tlio inner man was cared for in an envi ablo manner. Dr. J. T. Shurtleff 1s pushinjr the water busincss in a manner that con viuces us that wo havo no retraction to niako from wbat was said last week. In other words, tbo doctor says tho com pany means to begin to lay the pipes this fall. Let tbo good work go on. NORTH BENNINGTON. Miss Lina Tozer is tcaching in t...

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. — 8 September 1893

CHAPTEB I. It was tho day af ter Tom Murray's ro- Ho sat alono in liis top floor donnitory nt a tablo rangcd with old letters, dusty "books, cravats, gloves, a few fadcd bou tonnieres, theator programmes and dog eared mamtscripts roll upon roll. A small trunk, balf fillod, stood on the floor bo--side him and rcceived his wearing appa Tel and books as ho pitchod them in in discriininately. Tom was not tidy. Cleanliness of per on and a cortain homagetofashion wero matters of religion with him, but bo could not livo in an orderly room to savo lrialifc. Tbis alono might bavebetrayed Eis Celtic 'origin 'had it not markedly shown itself in appearance and teinpera ment. Tho thick hair growingclosely over his forehead was black as astrakban and as waved. Thero was a striking unfitness "betwecn his moody blue eyes and swarthy skin. Dreamy, yet remarkably compre Tiensivo in Bomo moments, wero thoso oyes of his and at other times nlinost opaqno. Something said or dono could mako tho pnpils exp...

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. — 8 September 1893

' THE BENOTNGTON J5AjIi,IlDlt.SEETEMBEK S,. 1893. BENNINGTON; BMEUj BENNINGTON.' . . ' v FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 1803. - Mnelo Veples ot tbe Ilanner, In Wrappers for ITlallliiir lf Dealred tiiicicis wni. CliUII IlIItG RATES. ANNERANDWEEKLYTRIBUNE, $1.50. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL, $2.00. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNAL. $8.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY FRESS,3J0. BANNER AND SONDAY TRESS. $3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAQAZINE, M.50. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, $4.70. BANNER AND IIAUFER'S BAZAR, $4.70, Peryear payable In adance.. Scnd layour or eri. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLP F1RST CHUHCU,, BENNINGTON CEN TT.E. PASTOB, ItEV. JI. L. BEVERANCE. Eabbath Sryice, 11 a m, 7:30 p m: Sabbath School, 12:15 pm; Y P 8CE. 0:30 pm; Prayer Meetinf. Thursday, 7:30 p m; Communlon 8er vicc, on llie tiret Sabbathof eachalternatemonth, commenclng with January. In connectlon with the rcgular service, at 11:30a m. THE SECOND CONOREOATIONAL CnUKCII, MAIN STKEET. PA8TOR, KEV. CHAS. K. 8EYMOUK. Servlces, 10:30 a m, and 7:30 p ...

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. — 8 September 1893

4 THE ' " BENNJEBfGTOT BAOTTER, MlDAT, 'SB!BHBJSR' 8, 1893.. - - rcr clerk of Bara company, 'and trhlch.-cora-pnny sh.ill tako imiriediato'actiort thi-ro-on. It shall be tho duty of thu offlcors and mombors of thq'several enime, hoso and hook and ladder cowpnohss, when over an alarro of 'flre U giveo, to repair forthwith to thelr rcspectivo engiues or apparatus and to asiist in conVcyin tho samo to or near- tlio plao of flre, in as ordorly a raanner aa may; be in confonnity to tho ordern and directions bf the chief and othor enifineora, and to exort thom selves in the most ordcrly and efflciont mannei possible in -workinR and manag intr the ongines, hoso, hook and ladders nsid other apparatus, and in petforming auy duty they may bs callcd upon to do by tho cnrfneers; and upon penuission of tho clucf or enginccr in' ohargq, ro turn tlicir cngincs or apparatus to their rospectivo placea of doposit; provided that in tho absenoe of all tho thi-oo engi ncers, such permissioa may bo giveh...

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. — 8 September 1893

6 THE BENNINGTON BAJtfNER, FRLDAY, SEPTEMBEB 8, 1893. PRIZES ON- PATENTS. HOW TO GET TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR NOTH1NG. The VVInner has a Clear Glft of a Small Fortune, and the Loscrs Havo Patents that May Brlng them in Siill Morc Would you liko to iimku iwunty-fivo hundred dollare? If you would, read carcfully wbat follows and you may seo a way to do it: Tho Press Claims Compauy devotes much attcntiou to patents. It bas handled thousands of applicatlons forln vontions. but it would like to liaodle thousands moro. Thoro is plenty of in- veutive talont at largo in tlus country, ooediue nothing but oi.couragement to produco practical results. That encour agoraont the Press Claims Company pro poscs to give. NOT 80 HARD AS IT SEEMS. A patcnt strikcs most peoplo as an ap pallinply formidablo thlnR. Tho idea 1r tbat an inventor must bo a natural geniuB liko Edson or Boll; that lio must devote years to delving in comnlicated mcchani cal problems, and that (10 must speud sv 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. — 8 September 1893

fHE BENNINGTON BANNER, KEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1893. o DiileYouiiPASTiNE GCO WILL BRirlQYOl) PUiASllRfi. OLiD HONESTY istfre very best plHQ.andispiitub inthe veiy beitintoJweV. ' MrBHToTByit jo)iFiipEr5!( ftros.v touiSYille.fCy c. -5S- HOUSE PAiNTING M IMITIl ILiMi'M; I do r.nne Imt Hrt-cHi wnrk. and iruai-ame aatlaTariinn in nll case. Rtim it i ruimslicd on appllcatlmi. 408 6AGE ST., BENNINGTON. haf is Castoria is Dr. Samucl Pitchcr's prescription for Infanta and Cliildrcn. It containa ncithcr Opium, Morphlno uor ' otlior Karcotlc substancc, It is n Larnilcss snbstituto for Parcgoric, Drops, Soothlng' Syrnps, and Castor Oil. It is Plcasant. Ita guarantco is thirty ycars' uso by Milllons of Mothcrs. Castoria destroys "YVorms nnd allays ' fevcrlsliness. Castoria prevcnts vomiting Sour Curd, curcs Diarrhooa and TVind Golic Castoria rclicvcs toothlng troubles, curcs constipation and flatuloncy. Castoria assimilatcs tho food, rcgalates tho stomach and bowols, jrlving bcalthy and natnral sl...

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

8 a4a AN ATTRACTIVE CHILD. The- Unfortunate Occurrence ofHerlifB. How it Ca Xe&r Viting ffer Ex Jrtcnto WnURppT. Her Motlier Tells o Story Whlch Will ' OfwflJ trrtrrejt All. Stories of chlldren aro always interest ing. Parents often Tie svith each, othcr in seeing which can tell the bcst story of rnost intcrestiuj aneodote about their childrcn. But here is n story told by one niotljer whicli, while it may awnke echoes ,of saduess in tlie rainds and hoarts of somo parents, will be to others a mossago fraught with hope and joy. Tho child whose short history of rain' gled sorrow and cladness ts hcreeivon 1s tho daughtor of the well-knomi Mrs. J. Xearmontli, who reeides at 776 Broaa way, South Boston, Mass. 'At tcn years of age," sald Mrs. Lear month, "my daughter becarao nffoctcd with a nervous condition which soon do veloped iDto St Titua' danco. It was prouounccd by tho attendinfr physician to bo a very seYere attack, .. "Themouth would be drawn spas modically far to ons side, th...

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. — 15 September 1893

SPhe ; ' Bmmnotmt m mtntt BENNINGTON, VT., f FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEE 15, 1893. VOL. LTH. NUMBER 35: "Wo'ro organizad throughout tbe land, A Hvoly job wo Jiavo on hand, Wo'll rush tho work tlirougli thick and thin. And in tho oud wo'ro suro to win. Hard tiraes, tho knavo, as you all know, llas lately tncd to overthrow All busiucss sclicmes throughout the land, And bring to naught tho efforts grand, Of mcn and Brownics o'orywhero, And flll with discontont and caro, This land that in tho past has bcen A rofugo for all sufTring mon. Hard tiraos and croakci3 to tho roar Will soon bo sent, you nced not fear. Our country onward raoving still, BECATJSE, He carries the best and cheapest line of Clothing, Furnishings, rfats, Caps, etc, ever shown in town. Already his tables are loaded wiih Fall and Winter Clothing. All the leading styles and n&velties can he fonnd at CHAS. G. COLE'S ONE-PRICE, SPOT-BASH, CLOTHING AND Farnishing House, Opora Honse Block, Bennington. The People Say, and the Peopl...

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. — 15 September 1893

2 THE BENNINGTON BANNEJR, FRJDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1893. INTHELOOAL FIELD. BENNINGTON CENTJIE. Tlio monuraent has a Rood many visi; tors during tlicso lovoly Scptenibor; days. Dr. Waltor Robinson, brotlier o Mrs. Delevan, is sojournlnjf for awhilo in tho Adlrondacks. TJio sraall boy is out wlth jack lanterns ovenintfs, nnd roasouablo fuu in tbis lino is enjoyed by all. Dr. Bontaguo and Willlam Sanford of Troy, N. Y., woro guests of IIou. Sarn'l. 13. Sanford's lnst Sunday. ,Mrs. G. 1$. WollinRton, wo aro glad to know, ia convalcscinR froni lier rucont illnoss, undor tho caro of Dr. Rogors. Tho Rov. T. A. Snivoly has boon spondiug a day with his two boys this weok. A bappy trio tboy secm whon to cothor. Tlio rusitlonts of Bennington Ccntro aro clated ovor tho decision bf tho Ben nington Wator Conipany to oxtcnd tho mains to this villago this season. Tho pipcs will bo laid through nearly tho on tiro length of Monunirtit avenuo, and through tho tbickly sottled portion of Walloomsac streot....

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. — 15 September 1893

JCONTINUED. COMMEKCED SEPT. 8TII. ,fAli, Tom," anU lfe wagged hls heaa -unsteadily. "So you have como over to tfs? VTelcomel A guest beneatn my roor is always welcomo. Eh, Virginia? Why don't you'sinilo and say yes? If wo arQ -$oor, my girl, we know whathospitality means. We know thnt a crustmaybe divided ainong fricnds and tasto the aweeter for it. As sure as suro'smy namo is Rufus Kent Td rather I'd Tather, by heaven, eit down witb a friend mind, with a fricnd, that's tba point to a dinner of berba tbanin soli--tary magnificenco beforo a stalledox. Uy Bentiments, young man. As Touch fitono says, A poor thing, but my own.' " A gucst hcncath my rnof ls always vicX comc." Tom took tlio protfered hand in it! faultless gloe and gavo it a roughgrip. "Your guest?" bo was tbinldng. "You old scampl You don't know that ncarly every penny of your beggarly annuitj goes to buy your clothes and whisky that Virginia does copying and paiuting when you aro asleep, and wears one gown montb in and n...

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. — 15 September 1893

JDHE BENMN GT01SI BAMEB, FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNER BENNINGTON'. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1803. Slugle C'opios ol tlio Uanucr, In Wrappers for ITlallliiK lf DeMred TllItKB Ueiim. ObOIIBINa ItlTBS. ANNER AND WKEKLY TRIBUNE, $1,50. BANNER AND BOSTON JOTJRNAL. 82.00. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNaL. S6.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY rRESS,3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS, $5.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAQAZINE, S1.60, BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, $4.70. BANNER AND HARPER'S BAZAR, S1.T0, Per year payable ln advance. Send in your or ers. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD riUST CHURCH, BENNINGTON CEN T1SE. rASTOR, REV. M. L. SEVERANCE, Sabbath Servlce, 11 a m, 7:30 p m: Sabbath School, 12 :15 p m ; l P 8 u K. 0:30 p m ; rraye it . i .. . t- , , . . i..., IJ.W ... . r i i Tlcc. on tbc ttret Sabbath of cach nlternatemonth. commencing vrlth Januavy, in connection wnh Uio rcgniar scrvice, at ii:sua m. T1IE SECOND CONOHEOATIONAL CHURCH, MAIN STltEET. PA8TOH, REV. CIIAS. It. SEYMOUlt. . Se vices, 10:30 a m...

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. — 15 September 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDA, &EPTEMBER 15, 1893. niSTORIO BENNINGTON. Mr. G. F. Post loaus us a copy of tho NowMllford, Pa., Advertiscr, in which appoars a lottor, writtcn by a gentleman who visltotl hore thls,sumraerc IIo says : Bennington, Aug. 22. "As tho mountains are round about Jerusalem,' so thoy aro round about Bennington. Not tho samo mountains to bo suro, but mountains nevertholoss. Did you Qvor seo a Bhopherd crook? Woll, tho moun tains hcre rcmind mo of ono, with Mt Antliony at tho upper end, on tho west, and Bennington iti tho crook. Just a little to tho north of Mt Antliony, hard by its foot, is "Town Hill," whero tho first sottloment was niado, and ou which tho Bonnington monumont stands. Hore, too, is tho flrst churjh bulltin tho Statn, and tho flrst aeadomy building. Tho aeadomy building is unoccupicd, but tho churoh is a neat old laudmark and tho bell in tho steeplo is still calhug tho villagers to hear tho gospel's joyful sound. Wo hardly need to add that in ...

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. — 15 September 1893

,6 IHE BENNJJNGTOfl BANNER, JMffDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1893. PRIZES ON PATENTS. HOW TO GET TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR NOTHING. Tho Winner has a Clear Gift of a Small Fortune, and the Losers Have Patents that May Bring them in Still More. Would you like to nniko twonly-flve hundrcd dollars? If you would, rcad carcfully what follows and you may seo a way to do it: Tho Press Claims Compauy devoles much attention to patents. It has liandlod thousands of applications forin vontious, but it would like to handlo thousands morc. Thcro is pluuty of in voutive talent at largo in this country, nccdius nothinR but oucouragcmcnt to produco praotical renuUs. That encour afComcnttho Press Claims Company pro poscs to Rivo. NOT.80 IIARD AS IT-SKEMS. A patent strikes most peoplu as an ap pallinply formtdablo thlng. Tho idca is that an tnventor must bo a natural cenlus liko Edson or Ilell; that ho must dovpto ypara to delviug in cnmplicatcd mcchani cal problems, aud that ho must spcuil a fortuno on d...

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. — 15 September 1893

THE BENNINGTON JBANNER, EKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1893. 7 mjou tried VfaJe fonfinesfr graies of feaj jfobateo sk yo u.r &&ler jblr ii. Ircsis'.Gntryiiig it. c7db greersslet. HOUSE PAINTING PAFEIt MM I do r.one but flrst-claas work, and guaranle satlsfactlon in all cases. Estimatea f urnlahed on nppllcatlon. 408 GAGE ST., BENNINGTON. What is Castoria is Dr. Samucl Pitchcr's prcscription for Infant9 and Cbildrcn. It contoins noitbcr Opltim, Morpliino nor otlier Narcotic substanco. It is a linrmless sabstitnto for Parcgoric, Drops, Soothinrr Syrups, and Castor Oil It is Plcasant. Its guarantco is tbirty years' uso by Hillions of Motbors. Castoria destroysWornis andallays foTorlshncss. Gastorla prcvonts Tomiting- Sour CurcL, cnrcs Diarrbooa and "Wind Colic Castoria rcliovcs tcotblnjr troublcs, caros constipation and ilatulcncy. Castoria nssimllatcs tlio food, rcgulntcs tbo stomach and bowcls, giving- liealthy and natnral sloop. Cas toria is tbo Gblldren's Panacca tbo Motbor's Friend...

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. — 15 September 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKJDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1893. 8'- A RTJMOR SETTLED. SOME SAID TIIAT IT COOLD NOT BK DONE ALU WAITKD WITII DKEP INTEItEST AND BIIEATIILESS ANXIKTV MIOVED A MIOHTV AND INVINCIBLE CONQUEBEll AT LA8T. A ruraor bas palncd clrculation that the woll-known Edward T. Ferdn, Esq., utterly brokoa down in hcaltli, had bo corao unablo to atten4 to bis dutics and was rcally ln a conditlon boyond ouro. Ovur twouty doclors had oxamincd and treatod his caso. and all wore forccd to give up aud aoknowledne tbat his caso was beyond tho'r skill. Thon tho romark was mado that hero was a teBt-aso for tho Rreat and popular medlclno, Dr. Grcene's Nervura blood nervo romedy. It is of courso a widely known faot that this wondorful romedv rarely if ovor f ails to curo.but could even its marvolous curativo powers rostore hoalth in this most sorious caso? Tho Nervura was uscd and everybody watcbed its cilects with doep interest and almosl breatbless anxioty. Wo will aivo Mr. Fcron's own vors...

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. — 22 September 1893

mixvshm BENNINGTON, VT., ERIDAY, iSEPTEMBER 22, 1893. VOL. LTH. NUMBER 36. Tho olouds that dirnracd our bu.sincss sky Havo liftod. they havo passod us by. Thero's greatrejoicing: one and all Aro suro of liwely timcs this fall. "We'ro rushing goods to Coi.e's New Store To meot tho wants of moro and more Who buy thcir goods at pricos low And buy tlio best, asall may know who'll look thera o'erand readtho prico So plainly written, clear and nice, On overy pieco tlie goods will show They'll novcr flnd whero'er they go Goods of all kinds so nicoly mado, .So well adaptcd to tho trade. They'ro raado to flt; and woll they wear, CBT.AS. GK COLE'S ONE-PRICE, SPOT-CASH, CLOTHING AND FURNfSHING STORE is now fIl ofFall anrl Wlnter Goods wlilch. tlirougli their Cash sjstcra orbayfng and selling;, they are ctiablcd to reJail at Jobber's prices. All who look nt thcir goods bccome bnycrs. TUe prlccs do tlie talkingr, and all are satlsflcd that tlicy always oblain full Talue fer thcir money. Go and s...

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. — 22 September 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1893. INTHELOOAL FIELD. NORTn BENNINGTON. Rev. VT. II. Ilurlburt will proach at tlio liapttst cliurcli noxt fcjunilay. JIlss Martha Worthingtou is visiting Ler brother Edward, in Lanslntc- DUrRM.JN. x. Jolin Powcrs is haviog his rcsidenco xepalrcd auu paintod. .Norman uomn 13 cioiug uio worK. Our rcturn visitors to tho Chicago Ei- position all toll tlio samo story of its lm mensity and adviso ovcryono to go vrho can. Lyraan Toombsleft for Williaras col leco tho first of tbis week. His clium or rooramato spcnt tlio Sabbath liero wltu luni. A. A. Iloring bas put out sign for tbo inenditig oi boots and snocs, in uio building formorly occupied by Cornclius itupo. Miss II. S. Wcllinc and nicce Alico, startcd for Cbicago Tbuidsay. Tboy will visittho Fair boforo tuoy roturn Jiome. JlissiGrangorof Troy, N. Y., bas been visiting bcr sistcr, Mrs. Soott Mlnott. Sho is soon to go as a mtssionary tcacbor mtiio boutli. Mrs. Morris E. Jones bas gono to ...

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. — 22 September 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, iltlJDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1893. 3 fCONTINUED. COMMENCED SEl'T. Sm "Whero wns I when you interrnpted me? Ah, ' nnd ho took oH his glasses, iightly fllcking his coat sloevo with them, "I romembcr, I controllcd ray sclf. I bought notliing until I biiw a gem that nlniost mado mo givo a cry of rocognition. Agalnet tho red cloth in tha huxuilicht asd dust tood a nieco of Statuary that 1 parted with in an evil ilay long ngo." Ho looked at both his listeners with a dim smile, and his voico "became retrospoctive. "How it recallcd tho bright Bpring niorning I pickeditup in Parist Ah, dcar mo! I commenced Tridding for it. "At last only ono voico was heard .coinpeting with me. Tho owner of it peered at mo through tho crowd. I poered at him. Who was it but tho son of a dear old fricndl Ah, it was a sight io seo him look at me only half con rinced. 'Ib your namo Kent?" 'It is, cnd you aro Richard Monklow,' I an ewered. Well, ho withdrew, and tho bnst becamo mino. I spent tho ...

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