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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 October 1893

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, b'RIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1893. DOCTORS ASTONISHED. 80METIIINO THEY CANNOT TJNDER8TAND OB EXPLAIN IT MAKES KVEN THE mkdical rnATEimrry open its eyks IF TIHS 18 NOT A WONDER WOItKKK WE SIIOULI) LIKE TO KNOW WIIAT 18. Doctors nro surprised at any curo of paralysis, but thero is ono forra of par alysis tvhich has becn pronounced abso 3utcly incurablo locomotor ataxia. Tbis is iudecd, tho most serious and dreaded of all nervous difQcultics. Haviujrso long pronounced tliis dis tiase incurablo, tho astonishment, nt to say amazomcnt, of tho doctors can bo imagincd wbcn thoy lcarncd from Mr. John II. Goldini who vesides at 1C0 Christopber st, New York city, tho fol lowinj; wonderful facts: "I was taken six months nfjo with loco motof ataxia, or creepinrj paralysis. The mimbness of limbs and ilizziness rapidly increased until I could not wnlk nor stand without assistance; could not button my clothcs or drcss niyself with out holp. "On tho sixtli day of October, I com mcnce...

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. — 13 October 1893

flt.au mmn BENNINGTOjSF, VT., FEIDAY, OCTOBER 13 1893. OTMBEIT 30. VOL. LIH. GREAT REDUCTION ffl UNDERWEAR OirlnatothellUEAKINMAltKET riUCE9, and tcarclty of money, we liave been en abled to purchae, by the ease, a large quantity of Wlnter Underwear at 50 per cent from Jolkrs' regnlar Prices, AND AHE NOW PKEPARED TO FrjRNISIt ifty-Gent Underwear at 35 Cents. WE HAVK ALSO l'BOCURED A LINE OF VVINTER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS AT TWENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH, Whlch ia far below anythins evcr berorc offered la the town. If you wnuld pet your wlnter Under car at thee ivdured prices. call lmmedUttly is we cani'ut obtaln moru of tlicse coods at these tlnures. We do not a-k you o lake our word. bui we lnvite you to insptct ourgooda. for we arc conflrtent tliai thrnueh our sys.tem of rah biiylnc aud felllng.we can (how you goods for lea myncy llian you liave beforo been accusionied to poy. CHAS. Gk COLE'8 ONE-PRICE, SPOT-CASH, CLOTHING AND FURNISH1NG STORE - "TfH3E PSOPILE SAY," RUSSELL & MARCH, Are ...

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. — 13 October 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKiDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1893. INTHELOOAL FIELD. BENNINGTON CENTRE. Misscs Alico and Graco Itoberts havo rcturncd from Cbicago. Mrs. Alfred Itobinsnn and Miss May Sanford aro at tbo World's Fair. Barkcr F. Vail did not accompany liis family to Cliicago, but will attond tho Fair latcr 011. Samuel L. Robinson and Charlcs F. Sears havo been ovcrseoinp. tho repairs on tbo Acadomy building. Mrs. Coopor and lier diutgliter, Mrs. Snively and two sons, loft last wcek for Albany whoro thoy will romaiu for two veoks and tben ro on to Southorn Cali fornla for tho wintor. A sad and almost fatal accidont bofol Mrs. Samuel B. Hall, last weck Friday oveninjj, as sho was loaving tho Robinson homcstcad and desconding "Acadcmy Hill" iu a carriaco to which was at tachcd a pa r of horscs, tho property of Liveryman White- of North Bennington, wbeu part way down tho hill, tho neck yoko gavo way causinc thohorses to run, throwing Mrs. ITall and hor son out, liurtingMrs. ITall quito badly...

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. — 13 October 1893

J7HE BENNINGTON BANNER, EJRIDAY, OGTOBER 13, 1893. 3 ll"Mrr:' PU&LISfltD .(COSTINUKP. COMMENCED 8KPT. STII. "We don't want him. I'vo lc&rned to map ray flngcrs nt tho plcasurea that won't ttay and mnke tho most of those tliat will. Wo'll snap our fhigers, Vir .ginia. Ilo's gono uwuy liko n puppj with n bono bo wnntH to eat alone. Let him go." But still Virginia looked out at tho snow and fclt each of tho city'a niuffled sounds liko tho surgo frora a sea 01 which her dearest had embarked, leav ing lior nlonc. "Wo'll Hit misa him, Virginia," pur sued hcr father in tho medltative voico that maddciied her to a dumb fury in that momcnt. Sho opcned and closed her hands and set her lips hard. "I say wo'll shed no tears for liira. Wo'll for swear all sentimental drcams if wo had any. Wo'll reniomber that his leaving tho church for tho stago was, viewed in this latter light, but an cvidenco of tho rowdincss inherent in our young friend. Very, vcry rowdy. Wo will consolo our selves by...

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. — 13 October 1893

THE BENfllNGTOtf BANNER, FEIDAY, OClOBER 13, 1893. 13 KN N INGTUN BAM'N E-K. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY. OCTODER 13, 1803. filnale Voplen ol tlie Uiuincr, In Wrnppera for ITlallliis If DeMrcd TIIItBIS ilenm. CliTlIIIilNn HATCS. ANNEU AND WEEKLYTRIUUNE, 1,50. BANNEU AND BOSTON JOUHNAL, S2.C0. BANNEK. AND DAILY JOURNAL, $6.80. BANNEU AND X. Y. DAILY PltESS, 83.60. BANNEK AND 8UNDAY :RESS, $3.00. BANNEU AND HARFER'9 MAGAZtNE, $1.50. B ANNER AND nAItPEn'S WEEKLY, $4.70. BANNERAND HAUPER'3 BAZAR, 81.70, Psr ycar payable ln adanco. Send ln your br ers. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. old rnisT cnuitcn, BENNINGTON cen- TI!E. PAsJOIt, JtEV. M. I.. SEVERANCE. Sabbath Srvlco, 11 a m, 7:00 p ra: Sabbath School, 12:15 p m; Y P 8 C E. 6:30 p ra; I'rayer Jleetlnt. Thursday. 7;30 pm; Communlon Ber vicc, on therlrst Sabbath ofcachalternatemonth, cornmenclng with January, lu connection with thc rcgular bervlce, ot 11:30 a m. TIIE SECOND CONOREOATIONAL CHURCH, MAIN STREET. PASTOB, KEV. C1IAS. 11. 8EYMOUR. . Services, 10...

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. — 13 October 1893

THE BENNIJSGT01SI BANKER, FEIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1893. 5 . jgTlio Watorrhan Fo'untnin Pen "never falls when waiiteil" Cliauncoy MBepew. "It i tlio only satisfactory Belf-focditiR pen 1 navo eter uscd'' Kato Ficld. "It. j nlways ready without poundiriR or slialdnR" K. G. Blackford, Flsh commissioncr, New York. The Watcrman pen is for salo at tlio Bannkk Stationery Storo. Tlio solo agency for Bennington Cuunty. B3J-W1IV do YOU pay 25o and 30o a box for writinc paper, when sn many of your frinids aie usina an cqually as cood riraile, or ovcn bettcr, wliich theys pur chaso at tlio Nanhkh Stationery Storo for only lOo a box. J-Amonc tlio foatures of Harpcr's Bazar for Scptembcr 30th will ho an arti cle. by a well knovvn Enulish tcnnis playcr, 011 Lnwn-tciinis in EiiKland, a sketcli by Grace Kinjr, entitlcd "Madara Tasclior do la Pacerio," and an articleon Columbus, by Kuneno Lawrence. 22"VA?tTM Salesmen, to sell our choicu and luntly linrsery stork. Many spqcial varietifs to olTor both iu f...

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. — 13 October 1893

6 THE BENNINGTON JBANNER, PRJOAY, OCIOBER 13, 1893. PR1ZES ON PATENTS. HOW TO GET TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR NOTHING. The VVinner has a Clear Glft of a Small flrortune, and the Losers Have Patents that May Brlng them in Still Morc. Would you liko to mako twcnty-flvo "liundred dollars? I you would, read caref ully wliat follows and you may suo a way to do it: Tlio Prcss Claims Company dovotcs much attcntion to patents. It liaa liandlcd thousandsof applioations forin vcntions, but it would liko to liandla tliousands moro. Thoro is plcnty of in ventivo talont at largo iii this country, ncediuET notbinj; but ei.courage'ment to , produce practical rcsults. That encour agomont tlio Press Claims Company pro poses to Rivo. NOT SO HAHD A8 IT BEEM8. A patent strikcs most peoplo as an ap pallinply formidablo tliitiR. The idea is that an inventor must bu a natural cenius liko Edson or Bell; that lo must tlevoto years to dclving in complicated lnecliaui cal probloms, and that he must speuil...

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. — 13 October 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANISEH, JfJUDAY, -OO'COBEB 13, 1893. 7 jDlucj lobacco wi Tdwcco if has IOsuj3e nor,and NO ecuaL at Tfe. brice. It is worl whileto try it -Yh prpc brofit easure forYOU in OLD HONESTrfokcco C. 13- Of?EEMSLST. HOOSE PAINTING PAPKR i.iM I do r.one but tirst-class worx, and gnaranlo satlsfucilon In all cnses. EUinriteil furnished on appllcatlon. 408 GAGE ST., BENNINGTON, What is 'Sastoria is Dr. Samucl Pltcher's prcscrlption for Infantu and Clilldron, It contalns ncitlior Opitira, Morpliino nor otlicr Narcotio snbstanco. It is n liarmlcss substitnto for Paregorlc, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OiL It is Plcasant. It3 rjuaranteo is thirty ycars' uso by Ilillions of Mothcrs. Gastoria dostroys "Worms and allays foverisliness. Castorla prcvcnts vomitinj Sonr Gurdr curcs Diarrliooa and lVind Colic. Castoria roliovcs teothlngr troublcs, curcs constipation and llatnlency. Castorla assimllatcs tlio food, rcgulatcs tlio stomach and bowols, givingj hcalthy and natnral slcop. C...

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. — 13 October 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEft, FK!OA, OCTOBER 13, 1893. 8 THEm VEItSICffl OF IT. EACH TELLS TI1K WllOLK STOKT IN IIKH OWN WAY HUT HOTII D1SCLOSE TIIK I'LAIN UNVAHNIStlKU TRUTJI TUEltK lS NO GKTT1NO AHOUND SUCII FACT8 A8 TIIESE. "Watehbuhy Ckntiie, Vt. Tliis is n BmaU town, but often ititeri-stinn hsp penhiRs tako placo. ovcn in iv small town. This will lm fouiirl iiitivting uews. Mrs. O. G.Town, a wcll-known rcsi flentof this place, tclls tho following story: "I was sufferinc ternbly f rom ncrvous ncss," bIio says, "causcd by foraale weakncss, kidncy troubles and backaclio and was bo weak I could nnt walk across tbo room without liclp. The nervcs o( my oycs woro so affccttd tliat I fearcd tliat I would loso my tsitrht. "I saw Dr. Grecne's Ncrvura blood and ncryo rcmedy rccornmundedso high ly tliat I thougbt I would try it. I liad nol taken but ono bottlo of this wonder f ul medlcino before my eyes were cloarcd of tlicir dull aohing, and all otber pains and acbcs loft mo. "I grew strongcr o...

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. — 20 October 1893

2 umt BENNINGTON, YT., FRIDAY, OCTOBEE 20; 1893. VOL. LTH. NUMBEI 40. 2 GREAT MBfflONIN UNDERWEAR ! Owlnc t tho 1JREAIC IN MARKET rRICES. andpcarclty of moncy. we haTc been en abledto parchase, by the casc. a laiRe quantity of Winter Underwear ot per cent trom AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISU Fifty-Oe nt Underwear af WE IIAVK ALSO I'ROCUREI) ALINE OP WINTER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS AT TWENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH, Whlch Tar bclow anything over berore ofTered In the town.' If you would pet your winter Underwear ntthetervdii'-edprlc-oii. call immedUtely as wo cannnt obtaln more of lhofe cood at these tUures. We do not a-k you .o tako our wonl. but we luvit you to inspict our eoo 1s. for we nre confldent tlmt throush our system of earti buyinff and feUinc, we can th.iw you goods for lej raynoy than you liave beforo been aucustorucd to pay, CHTA.S. G-. COLE'S ONE-PRICE, SPOT-OASH, CLOTHING AND FURNISHING STORE "TeHIE PSOPLE SAY," RTJSSELL & IARCE, Are Dasignsrs, Builders and Contractors, Popular...

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. — 20 October 1893

2 THE BEjStJN1NGT0 BAKNEJR, FRIDAY, 0C10BER 120, 1893. 1NTHEL0GAL FIELD. ..; BENNINGTON CKNTKE. Miss Acnos .1. Roblnson, second claiigb. tcr 01 tlio lato ueorp;e w. nooinson, uieu suddenly ot apopioxy on uie liui. iasi. ac tno rcsuionco oi ncr oromur unviu, .ti, Mcntor, Miuncsota. Attho timo of lier death, and formany years, sho hcltl Washington, D. C.,whcre sheliad a wide r.trnln nf frlnivls. TTnr lnvo for homo and licr nativo Stato was inlonse, It nover abatcu by absenco, and was strongly nianifcstccl when oocasion demanded. Sho was ondowed with superior execu- t..A nl.H:-.. nl n ilnfnHininntinn f CIIO- III VU tlUlll llj llllll tl UCWIIIUULtVlUU U uuw ceed in wbatovor position sho ws.s placcd, Sho had just comploted a visit to tlic World's Exposition at Cbicago, goinc from tboro to visit bor Unclo Fiederick f Tml Hllnn.. nnil frnni thero to Mentor, wlicro sho was strickcn as abovo statcd. Sho was among tbo flrst mera bors of tho Washington Sooioty of tlio JDaugllCOrS 01 mo Aincric...

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. — 20 October 1893

THE BENNINGTON BAOTER, tfKlDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1893. SSk !fe vr III . II SYVn 71 u 1 1 W . ffiMrwv-'--- CONTI.NrED. COMMENCED SKl'T. STH. Ho turned thb first pago with a pity ing, half languid interest, but only tho first. After that ho knolt nmid tho do struction of his own work, paying trib nte with onraptured senses to the gonins of anotherman. Tho manuscript flut tered to tho floor when tho last climax was reached a climax that mado overy nervo vibrato and awoko his senscs like a trnmpet call and with Etrained, hot hands ho grasped tho chair. Ho lookcd avound tho silent room and down at the bundlo of half furlod papors. Oh, that imagined lifo picturod thero through langhter and sighing, liko gcnis through dust and tearsl It was moro precious than a magician's wand. "If it woro inine if it wero minol" ho said aloud, and a woman's laugh drifted up from tho street, as if sho had heard "that cry and mocked him. "If it ircrc mlnc!" Ho sprang up and turned tho key in the door. Then ho Bt...

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. — 20 October 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER ,20 1803. Miiiilo Ooplen ol llio Hniuior, In Wrappera for Itlalllnt If Denlrcd TIIttMR tlenta. CliUltBINU KATKS. ANNER AND WEEKLYTRIBUNE, 1,50. BANNER AND UOSTON JOURNAL. $2.C0. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNAlw $8.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY rRESS,$3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS. S3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZIKE, S1.S0. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, 4.70. BANNERAND HARPER'S BAZAR, $4.70, Per ycar payable ln advanco. Scnd In your or ers. . REUGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIRST CHUItCH, BENNINGTON CEN TKE." PASTOR, REV. B.U 8EVERANCE. Pabbalh Srvlco, 11 a m, 7:00 p m: Sa'bbatb. School,12:15 p m; Y V 8 C E, 8:30 p in; Prayer MeetinfvTliursday. 7:30 p m; ConimUnlon Ser vice. on lliotlrstSabbathof cachalternatemonth, commenclng wlth Januavy, in connection wuh tho regular service, at 11:30 a m. THE BECOND CONOHEOATIONAI. CHURC1I, MA1N STREET. I'ASTOR, 11KV. CHAS. It. SEYMOUJi. . Scrvices, 10:30 a m, and 7.00 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. — 20 October 1893

THE BENNIISGOIS BAKN lJtlDAY, OCTOBEft 20, 1833. 5 to it and enjoy tlio wondcrful spectacle. The forco exerted is almost iuccssant, so that tlie imtilow continues moi.0 or loss bteadily, until yutldouly, iu loss than ono miDUte, the trumeudous forces ceased tholr work and tho pool. nhich was in such n prodiKiuu turmoii, was as calm asbofore; noteveu a ripplo hiding tho depth from tho eyo. Closo by aro sover al small, stcadily playinj: jeu, throwiug to a height of three to fivo fcet, and a numbor of good sized pools; ouo o which is utilizcd by tho hotel as its hot water boilcr, tho hot miueral wtfcr run uiug through j pipe direct to tho hotel bathrooms. About two hundicd foot away is tho Giant Patut Pot, a bowl shaped dcpression about twcnty fcct in diaraeter with mud walls threo or four foot in height. Tho wholo Burfaco of this pool was lead colored boiling mud, little clmiiks of tlieplastic materialbeing thrown np constanily all oyor tho poolto a height of from ouo to six fcet, Som...

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. — 20 October 1893

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER; PliLD Al? , OCTOBER -20, 1893. PR1ZES ON PATENTS. HOW TO GET TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR NOTHING. Tho Wlnner has a Clear Glft of a Small Fortune, and tho Losers Have Patents tliat May Bring them in Still Morc. Would you liko to mako twenty-flvo hundred dollars? If you would, rcad carcfully what follows and you may sco a way to do it: Tho Press Claims Corapany dovotcs mucli attcntion to patents. It has handlcd thdusands of applications for in vontions, but it would liko to handlo tbousands moro. Thero is plenty of in vcutivu talont at largo iu tliis country, nccdiiu: notbing but oscouragement to produco practical rcsults. That oncour agemont tho Press Claims Company pro poscs to givc. NOT 60 IIAHD AS IT SEEHS. A patent strikcs most pooplo aa an ap pallinply formidablo thing. Tho idea is that an mventor must bo a natural genius liko Edson or Bell; that ho must dovoto yoars to delvinpc in complicated mechani cal probloms, and that fie must speud a fortune o...

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. — 20 October 1893

THE BENNGTON BAjSNEK, FRIDAY, OGTOBE:'i 20, iSd'6. 7 RGver wants to leam, but tho reads that (P HONESTY CHEWING TOBACCO is the best thafc is made, and at ONOE tries it, and save3 money and secures moro Batisfactionthan everbefore. AVOID imitations. Insiston having the genuine. If your dealer hastft it ask him to get it for you., mFIHZERfiBROS.,LouisYille,Ky. C. O. GREESVSSLET. k HOUSE PAINTIifG I do r.onc but nrt-class work, and guaranlo satlsfactinn in all cnses. E-itliniiteilfurnlshed on appllcatlon. 408 GAGE ST., BENNINGTON. Castoria is Dr. Sanmcl Pltclier's prcscription for Inlants and Chlldron. It contafns ncitlicr Oplum, Morphino nor otlicr Narcotic snbstancc It is a liarmlcss substltnto for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Gastor OIL. It Is Pleasant. Ita jruarantco is tliirty ycars' nso by JUTlllions of Motbcrs. Castoria dcstroys "Wornis aud allays fovcrishncss. Castoria prcvcnts vomitinjr Sour Curd, curcs Dlarrbcca and "Wind Colic. Castoria rclloves tecthing trotiblcs,...

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. — 20 October 1893

8 rm .Bsracnraras banks, fridat, ociober 20,: 893. JIINISTERS TELL IT. WE IIAyE OUR PABTOKS' A88UKANCE OF TIIESU FACT8 TIIE WORD OF MINI9TEHS TAKEN A8 TUE 8TK0NOEST PnOOF TEIISONS DELIKVE TIIE PASTOU HKFOItE ANYONE EL8E IN TUE WOIlU). Tlicro arouo words so strong as thoso spoken by the true ranlster of tho gos pol. Ono knows and feols instinotivoly that such words corao from tUo heart and aro prompted only by tbo earnest parposo ef doing good to humauity. Wo do not wonder, thereforo. at tbo gre.it infiucnco with tho publio of tbo strong and ringing words of praiso wbloh tbo ominentdivino, Rov. C. D. Ii. Mcacbarn, pives tliat most wondorful of mcdicines, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood neivo romedy. When ho was ruu down in bealtb, prostrated iu strongth, and with his blood badly impaircd, bo was restorod to sound and vigorous health by this marvellous bealtb ronewer. Hcro aro tbo oxact facts in bis own words: "I iim very glad to say in regard to Dr. Grecno'sgreat. remedy tbat wbon my bloo...

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. — 27 October 1893

BENMNGTOJ5T, VT., ERTDAY, OCTOBER 27 1893. VOL. LIH. NUMBER 41. Wo'vo watched tho markot's light nud shado, And in all lines liavo bargains raado. In Fall and Winter Goods wo know That nono so good a lino can show. That thoy at our low pricos can scll, That flt so nioo and woar so well. That's why thoy rush to Cole's New Stoiik In grcater crowds tlian o'or boforo. Tlioy flnd tho goods so strong and nico Thoy nover murnnir at tho price, And when they look our bargains o'or Hard times will troublo them no moro. It takes so littlo thoro to buy Thcir winter goods, tliat if thoy try. Thcy'll never bo opprcsscd with doubt, Tho prico will putsuch thoughtsto rout. gLet nsjolii with thc Brownies in calling the attcnllon or Uic licoplc to our mauy new aml varlctl bargains. A largc llnc orSuils anrt Overcoals Jiavejnstarrived, and yon will agrcc tliat tlie prlcc in lowcr tlian evcr before. Wc liave tlie largest assorlnient in thc lown. TJiis is not Ionrt tnlk, but fact, wliicli raay bc veriflc...

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. — 27 October 1893

THE BEKOTNGTQW BAJSMIR, FEIDAY, 0C10BEK 27, 1893. 1NTHEL0CAL FIELD. BENNINOTON CENTRE. Wm. B. Frear, of clasa '05, 'Williams C'olleRo, called upon frionds hero this week. 7J?m. Briplit's now houso is well undcr way, and will undoubtedly bo rcadv for occupancy beforo cold wcather sets ln. Mr's. Gov. John S. Robinson and hor nioce, Jullotto Staniford, havo gono to Pennsylvania and will bo absont all win ter. Iltnman S. Brown has tho sympatby of tho entiro comraunity, for ho is con stantly caring for tbo sick ones in bis family. Tho reraains of -Arincs j. Robinson, who died nt Mentor, Minn., on tbo 17th. inst., arrived Monday morning, and woro convcyed to tho old homestead, sho loved so woll, in this vlllarre. Tho f uncr al sorvices, in chargo of C. R. Sanford, woro held at 2 o'clock p. m. from tho house. Tho Kev. Clus. It. Soymour.who ofBciatcd, mado somo vcry tendor and touching remarks, alludlng to hor lovo of homo and friends, and her dovotion to their intorosts. In additiou to tbo...

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. — 27 October 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRLD AY, OCTOBER 27, 1893. 3 rr rv I CONTI.NUED. COMMENCED BEPT. 8TH. riorbid, feverish daye. Ho drank heavi ly, trying to find in tbo flauiing odora o brandy an assuagement for tho acho in liis hoart. This was Tom's lifo now. And across this wasVo, liko a palo ray trembling from pure, open skies, camo a longing, porsistcnt as a thirst, to seo Virginia. He could not account for it. It was not that ho fancied their friendship might bo in any degreo rcnowed, indeed be nover seemed farther from her than at this period, nover nioro undesemng of a glanco froin her oyes. But tho do siro vras there, not forciblo onough to send bim seeking her, yet with hiin al ways. Whilo fearing, half expecting to como faco to faco with Dawson, ho was Tinconsciously looking for her on tho Btreets, in shops and at tho theater. Two years had passed, and ho had nov er chanced npou her. Buch a thing could only bo possiblo in a cityliko Now York, whero intcrests lio so widoly apart and l...

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