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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 October 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, OCTOBEft 27, 1893. BENNINGTON BAlNNKK. BENNINGTON. FRIDAT, OCTOBER 27, 1S03. Mnsle :ople ol tlie Unuiior, ln VVrHppor lor iaalllus lf Dealred TllltHI'. Ceulx. CLUIIUIN'R IIATES. ANNER AND WEEKLY TR1BUNE, $1.50. BAXNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL, S100. RANNER AND DAILY JOURNAL, $6.30. UANNER AND N. Y. DAILY l'RESS, $3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY I'RESS, S3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZINE, 84.50. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, $4.f0. BANNERAND HARPER'S BAZAR, $1.70, Per year payable In advancn. Scnd ln your or ers. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIItST CHURCH, HENNIXOTOX CEX TRE. PASTOll, JIKV. M. L. SEVERANCE. Sabbath Sirvico, 11 a in, 7:00 p ra: Sabbatli School, 12 :15 pm; Y P S U E. 6:S0 p m ; Prayer Mectlnf. Thursday, 7:30 p ra; Communlon Str viee, on tlio flrst Sabbath of cachalternatetnontb, commenelng wlth Januavy, in cornectlou wnh the rcgnlar ervice, at 11 :S0 a m. rilE SECOND COXGREOATIONAL CHURCH, JIAIX PT1JEET. I'ASTOlt, HEV. CHAS. It. HKYMOUJt. . ScitIccs, 10:30 a...

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. — 27 October 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1893. 5 riviug at tlio Conrt of Ilonor.' In tho contre. tlio Grand Basin;- to tho east, tho nobJe Peristy'le, Casino and Muslc IIall;to tho south, Airriculthro; to tho west, tlio Administratiotf -building in its grand plaza, llankcd ' 011 the south by Machinery Ilall, on tho west by tlio great Termmal Station and on tlio north by Mining and Elcctricity; whilo on tho north sideof tho Courtof Ilonor strotch es the vast cxpanso of Manufactures and Liberal Arts. In tho west, end of tho Qrcat Uasin stands tlio Columbian fqun tain, tho great whitu ship of stato, Bterred hy Father Time, and drawn by seahorscR, whilo at tho opposito cnd of tho Basin, upou her pedestal, rising from tho wators, stands tho majcctically grand and siniplo giant statuo of tho ltepublic, tho goldon Keptiblie. faciog tho west. All about is light; hundrcds of aro lights, tliousands of incandcscentlamps, tracing in llnes of flre tho forms of tlieso great builditigs, tho cnHr...

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. — 27 October 1893

fHE BENNLSGTOH BANNER, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1893. 6 AT THE SIGN OF THE SKULU ' A strange old tavern haro I sccn. Tho walls uro thlck, tho earden (rroen. 'Tls damp nnd foul, yet through tho door Do rlch rocn como as well as poor. Tliey como by nlcht, nnd they como by day, And Bover a guest ls turncd away. Tho landlord, an unwholesome fcllow, Has a complexlon whlto and ycllow. And though ho looka eiccedlngly thin Does nothing clso but grln and grln At all hls guests, who, af tcr awhllc, Begin to imltato hU tmllc Tho gncsts aro a fearful slcht to Eeo, Though somo aro pcoplo of hlgh degreo, For no ono asks when a carrlago arrlres A dccent account of tho lnmates' llvcs, Bntholy virginsandmenof sln Slcep check by Jowl in this carclcss inn. And boautlf ul yonths in thcir Btrongth and pride Ilavo takon beds by a leper's sido, But all slccp well, and lt ncvcr was Bald That any klnd of complalnt was. mado. For all tho pcoplo who poss that way Appear to iutend a lcngthcncd stay. Tho house has a...

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. — 27 October 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEft, FKIDAY, OCTOBEH 27, 1893. 7 AFINE PIECE 03 (TBsgSP IS 1NDEE0 A LUXUFfY COMES AS NEAR.BEIM3 A flNE PIECE OF PLUG TOBACGO AMOm DEALERS THESE GOODS ARE ON THE WJARKET IM ONLY ONE SHAPE, 3x12 fULL 16 GZ, PLUG THE MOST CONVENIENT T0 CUT IN POCKET PIECES OR CARRY WHOLE. OHO. FUIZER & BROS., LonlsiUo, Ky. C. D. GREEESLET. I do r.ono but flrst-class work, and gnaranto satlsfaction iu nll cases. K-itlm iteJfumlshcd on appllcatlon. 408 GAGE ST., BENNINGTON. 'ANDIS-4J to KNOWN AS A J J( MAKE I? iND nm mm Wha Castoria is Dr. Samucl Pitchcr's prcscription Tor Infonts and Childron. It containa ncithor Opium, Morpliino nor otlicr Narcotle eubstanco. It is a harmloss substitnto for Parcgoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OiI It is Pleasant. Its guarantco is tliirty ycars' uso by Milllons of Motbors. Castoria dostroys'Worms andallays fcvcrishncss, Castoria provonts vomiting" SourCurd curcs Dlarrhcea and "Wind Colic Castoria rollovcs toctbing- tronblos, curo3 constip...

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. — 27 October 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEJR, FfiJDAY, OC'iOBER 27, 1893. 8 ntS AFFIDAVIT. IT WILI, MAKE IKOPI.B BELIEVB 1118 WOJfDEItFltl. Bronv rtUllSCRinKD TO n'V ONE OF NEW YOMi's MOST PISOMI JfENT jtJSTlCES HKItr. IS THE WHOLE JIATTER KXACTLY AS IT IIArPENED. SUto of Now York, 1 BS County of Washington. J " Luoiono Rodd of Wiutu'i.ilt, N. V., bo iriR by moduly sworn, tlcpnses and says that somo ycais apo liu siiiTeml very greatly vith Insomnin, nervous prostra tion and his body was i-oveml with sores, causiiif; bim great jwin and annoy anco. That his head was so covored with sores tbat bo wn liartlly ablo to comb or oven brush his bair, so great was tlio pain It oocasinnoil. That Iio consulted tho 1dc.i1 physioians without succossful rcsult; that lio took quantltips of mediciiie with no benelit wliatervr; that physiclaus told him his diseaso waa incuvablo and ho had como to tho samu eouclusion himsclf. and had mado up his mind to ro to ahospital and await tleath. That jnst about this timo ho lcarned...

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. — 2 November 1893

BENNINGTON, YT., FRIDAY, NOYEMEBER 2, 1893. 3 NUMBER 42. VOL. LIH. "Wo'vo watched tho markot's llght and shude, And in all lincs have bargains mado. In Fivll and Winter Goods wo know That nono so good a lino can show, That thny at our low priccs can soll, That lltso nico and wcar so well. That's why thoy rush to Cole'b New Stok'e In greater crowds tlian o'er beforo. Thoy find the goods so stroug and nlco "Thoy never murmur at the prico, And when they Iook our bargains o'or Ilard times will troublo thora no moro. Jt takes so little thero to buy Their winter goods, that if thoy try. Thoy'll novcr booppressed witli doubt, rno price wiu puisucu uiouguia tu nnu. p r ot ne inin witii thp. Hrnwnlps pcople to our many new and vnrled bargalns. A largc lino of Suits and Overcoats have Jnstarrived, and yoinvlll agrcc tliat llic prlcc Is lower tlmn evcr bcrorc. We liave tlie largest assortniont in llic town. Tliis Is not loud lalk. bnt fact, which raay be vcrlflcd by culllng and Iooking ovpr ou...

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. — 2 November 1893

2- OTE BENNINGTON JBANNER, FKIDAY, NOVEMBER .2, 1893. IN.THE LOOAL FIELD.. Nftl'.Tn 1IKNNIXOTON. , Car loails (f applos are beinft sliipped froruiioro to tlio West, raoro tlian it was Rupposed couid bo found iu this reglon. n. T. Cushman and family arrived homo from tlio World's fair Saturday, last, in rautures ovor tlie "biggest show on oartli." ', ' Tho Dovllit placo ncar tlio Dopot, Is bo Ing put in ordcr, proparatory to boing occupied by .Mrs. Carpenter. Norman Colvin is doing tho work, ' C. J. McKay, wifo and dauiihtors, liavo been enjoyin; tho pleasant October days in driviii? about tho country. taking in thcir rouod, Kenssaloar, N. Y. C. W. ltobcrts. whilo on a businoss trip, was takcu sickanddotained in Ban Kor, Mo., for a few days. IIo is about and improving, but very slowly. Rev. Ilettir Ilal, pastor of tho 5th aveuuo I'resuylerian ohuroh, Troy, N. Y., was in this villaRO Monday, calling upon Mrs. 51. E. Joncs, a momber of that cliurch, who is siok at her mothcr's, Mrs. Fa...

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. — 2 November 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, F.RIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1893. THE MILL HAND'S PLEA. "Olvo mo labor and the llshtl" Cried one, gaunt nnd wcary handcd, Sorrow worn nnd tronblo brnnded, "Sparo mo vigll and tho nlght!" Oh, for midday's honoycd balml Oh, the wolcomo crnsh nnd rattlo Of the, noontlino toll nnd battlel Oh, tho inner Btrongth and calml Eoul of talno, what scest thou Ero tho cvening thread thou brcakesi In tho warp nnd woof thou makest Whtle tho sweat hangs on thy brow? Naught Indccd of vnin complaint, Naught of cark and care unprovcn 'Mid tho wcb dcop lnterwoven, Tlll thy toil doth mako theo falnt. Only muto nnd tirelosa threads Runnlng out and In togother Sccrs that prophesy not whether Foul or fair bo orcrhoad. Otvo mo labor and tho lightl I,oI In toll a'suro forcettlng Of life's frettlngnnd rcgrettlng. Sparo mo vigll nnd tho nlght! -Frank Wolcott Ilutt in Doston Transcript A SPECTER. "I don't think I nm moro superstltious than tho gcneral ruu of inen, nnd I know I atn no belicvcr 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. — 2 November 1893

rJELE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKEJDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1898 BENNINGTON BANNhK. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, 5vOVEMBER2, 1803. Slnzle tlopiea ol tlie Itauncr, ln -Vrappers for ninllliic If DeMrcd TIIIIKB !eiil. CLUIIIUNO RATES. ANNER and weeklytribune, 1,M. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL, S2.00. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNAL. $6.80. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS,1M. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS. S.O0. BANNER AND HARPER"S MAGAZINE,J.50. BANNER AND IIARPER'S WEEKLY. $4.70. BANNERAND HARPER'S BAZAR, $4J. Per yer payable In adsance. Send ln your or ers. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIRST CHURCII, BENNINGTON JOEN TBK. FA8TOR, REV. Jf. L. SEVKBAXCE. SabbatK Srvice, 11 a m, 7:00 p ra: Sabbath School, 13:15 p m; Y P S C E. 6:30 p m; Penyer Jleetlnf .Thursday, 7;M p m; Commualoa Hat vlce, on the rlrst Sabbath of eaehalternateuoath, commencing wlth Januavy, ta connectloa wmh tho rcgular nervlee, at 11:39 a m. THE 6ECOND .COXGBEOATIONAL CHCRCH, MAIN RTBEET. PA8TOB, JtEV. CHAS. Jt. SEYMOUlf.". RprTlcpi). 10:30 a m. and 7:09 n m: Suod...

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. — 2 November 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNKR, FK1DAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1893. sinn TlEW.iRD. S10V. . learn thal ihrro l at last oan dreartM dnease .1 . l -1.1.. tn ,, 1,. ,1 11 Ua t a irt' and that Hc-itanh. Ha'l'a Tata'rh Curc I the only posltlv curn now nnnwn io iub mrm n - H . i . 1 . . 1. 1 . .. I .. . ...n.tlliillAnKl .4 1 d 0 f. . requlres a -onstltuiloinl tixiitmtu'. IMll s Ca tarrh Cure l taken Intnrnally . acitnic dlrectly ud on the bl .od and muc-'U surfnces of the. system, thcreby destroylng the foundatlon of th dl'caxc. and irtYl.nr the pitlrnt slrcngthby builillnirup the .! t - . i , t..I.. ln itntnt fta work Thj jiroiri-tori havo sn inuch faith ln lt curauve power-.. umi. iiiv uuci v.m u. Iuonars lor any ca imu u i uio. f nr Hat nf telltliniilal I Ad.1r. fs r. J. CHEVEY & C )., Toledo. O. 3old by drucifisi. IS. SPECIAL UUSINE8S LOOALS. C3F-For hillinr exponse old clothes wringcrs maiio ns poou as nosr. i. o. Plnmb 231 Silvcr streot. 41t3. njr Two unfuniislietl jooms to lct. Inquiro at 201 Nort...

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. — 2 November 1893

JfflE BENNLNGTOJN BA.NNEH, JFRIDAY, NOVJEMBER 2, 1893. 6 A CURATE'S EPISTLE. TVIU you marry curnte, JIlss Ethel? W1U you weil w ith d rovcrend man, Wlth n.,lmridrsd anil twqnty pounds yearly And glart to get that if ho can? Will you never mlu vespcrs or matlns? Will you vistt tlie poor In tho raln? Will you yivo up your sllka and your satln3 And wcar ctnghams and moussollnes do lalno? You havo'vcry nlco ankles, dear Ethel, And a flguro wlth scarce any faultfl. Can you bcar, then, to glvo up tho lancera And only look on at a waltz? WU1 you lay by Moscart nnd Bccthoven To tcach Sunday Bcliool cliildrcn to squalL, And instoad of your nalnting aud skctchlnc Oraw maps of tho journeys of Paul? Can you pleaso tho cntlro congregatlon, Kcep all tho soclctles hot Barely pralsed if you'ro flt for the statlon And roundly abused tf you'ro not? Can you dtsrcgard sncorlng and ecornlng 'Causo at home you'vo to work llko a bec? Will you hclp to mako the beds in tho mornlng And cut bread and battcr f...

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. — 2 November 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, EKIDAY, NWEMEJR & 1803. HEWERS 0r OLD H0NE8TY TOBACCO VILL SOOp Flp JhjT IJ LASTS LOflGEfy TASJES SVEETER Tt-JAJ OJI-JEI T0- BACCOS, Ap VILL pLEASE vn. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT, .UU AND INSISTON CETTING IT. 'iVEypLllG SJAjpED LIE abov'e cJj. 1H0. FlfiZER & BROS., LoMle, Ky. 'C. D. $Q HOUSE PAINTING -ANl PAPEii !!;' I do cone but Urst-clnss worli, and guaranlo aatlsfactlon In all cnscs. Etliu.ue.i f urnislied on application. 408 GAGE ST., BENNINGTON. Whaf is (Castoria is Dr. Samuol Pitcbcr's prcscription for Infants and Clilldron. It contains nclthcr Oplum, Morpliino nor otltcr Karcotio substancc It is a barmless substituto for Parcgroric, Drops, Sootbing: Syrnpa, ond Castor OiL It is Plcasant. Its guarantco is thirty ycars' uso by Millions of Motbcrs. Castoria dostroys Worms and allays fovcrisbness. Castoria prcvcnts vomitinfj Sour CurtT curcs Diarrliooa and "Wind Colic. Castoria rcliovcsi tcctliing trotiblcs, curcs constipation and llatulcncy. CastorLa ...

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. — 2 November 1893

8 THE BENOTNGTOIS1 BANKER, FKJDAY, NOVEMBEE 2, 1893. EVERTBODY KNOWS HTJ1.. fv.'- - . ' A PnOMtJJENT UBMBER OF TUE MAINK LEOISl.ATUltK WHAT IIE 8AY8 WILL ItlNO.OVEIS THE WUOLK LAXD, AS THE TJtUMPET TONOUED UTTEHANCES OF ONE OK OUlt OHEAT MKN. ' Tho word of llon. Jolin It. Prcscott, forraerly a .prnrcinont momber of tho Maino lociMaturo, is all pocrful. Mr. Prescott lires in Romo, Me. Everybody knovrs liim. overybody re spocts hira and overybody beliovos what Uo 83 ys. ' . nd it is an interestinsr. story wliich lio tells and an eloqutnt tributo wliich lio DIWS. "Thirty-two years ago," lio Bays, "I was attacked with neuralgiain my face and head, mostly conflnert- to tho rifjht side. ' Thero was not often a day or an hour that I was not sufforinj; with that terriblo sfivoro pain, so severo a greal many times that for severai days ana niglits I could not sleop or tako any food escoptlng a little ixrucl. "My nerves were tcrribly affectcd and I grow weak and feeblo, as my many fricnds in ...

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. — 10 November 1893

1 1 f. VOL. LIH. BENNINGTON, VT., FKLDAY, NOYEMEBER 10, 1893. NUMBER 43. THB BROW1TIES. "We'vo watched tho market's light and ahade, And in all lincs havo bargains mado. In F.ill and Winter Goods wo know That nono so good .1 lino can show. That thoy at our low pricos can scll, That flt bo nice and wcar so well. That's why they rush to Cole's New Stoiie Jn greater crowds than o'or beforo. Thoy flnd tho goods bo strong and nico Thoy novcr mtirraur at tho prico, And when they look our bargains o'er Hard times will troublo thera 110 moro. It takes so little thero to buy Their winter goods, tlmt if they try. "They'll never bo oppresscd with doubt, Tho prico will putsuch thoughts to rout. f Letiisjoln with the Brownles In calllng thc attcnllon or tlie people to our many new and varicd bargnins. A large Une ofSnlts aiidOvcrcoatslmveJustnrrivcd, andyou wlllagree tliat tlie prlcc is lower than ever beforc. We havc thc iargcst assortnient In tlie 1own. Thls is not loud talk. hut fact, wlilch ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 10 November 1893

2 fHE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1-893. INTHELOOAL FIELD. BENNINGTON CENTBE. Samuol li. Santord of Troy. N. T.. mado a flying business trip lioro on Mon day of tbis week. Charles P. Sears and Robort H. Mor rill are pulling tbo roins ovor sorao prot 'ty cooil liorses. Mrs. Moscs HarrinRton has closod her liouso and will pass tlio winter witn iier sistor, Mrs. samuei L. Kobioson. Miss Kato J. Hubbcll bas returncd bnmofrom Somcrsvillo, N. J., and is warrnly grected by bor many menas. Miss Jennio Robinson is in Wasbimr ton, D. C, callcd tboro to attend to ber sistor's affairs wbo recontly died at Men- tor, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Danlol Robinson of, Now York oity, bavo bcon spciulinc i fow days bero, stopping witb thoir brpthcr. Samuel L. Robinson. ' Tho Clark family aro ltngoriiifratFern burst and cnjoying tlio bcautiful autum nal weatbcr. lirs. Clark is not as wcll as ber frionds could wisb. Tbe Ilaswoll placo is a disgraco to civ ilization and nppears liko a black spot on a b...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 10 November 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER rTRIDAY , NOYEMBER 10, 1,893. HE WAS A "ROUNDHEAD Commaitdei William A. Clarke'a Reoord In'War nnd Feace. Colonel William A. Clarko, tho now national ctimmander of tho Union Vet eran legion, participated in 21 battlea during tho wm with tho famona PennBylvania "Roundheads," ISSi ttn, intlc,endent I'l it II vnlnntenr eom- pany that vrent to tho front in Jk 1861 and served bix montlia before itwasattachedto I the Ono Hun- dredth Pennayl vania aa Com- COMltANDER CLARKE. pany JJ. ThorO never waa a promotion in tho company until July 80, 1804, when two of tho cominissioned officera wero killed and one disabled in the rnino cxplosiou before Peteraburg, Va. Colonel" Clarke enlisted aa a privato nnd remalned a privato throughout hia tenn of Bervico. His titlo of colonel is honorary and comes of hia having boen lected commander of Encampmont No. 45 of the Veteran legion, which has ita headqnarters at Butler, Pa'. IIo waa only 18 yeara of ago when ho enlisted .and served...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 10 November 1893

THE BENNINGTON EANNERr FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1893. Mnzle lioplew ol the ltniiner, ln Wrappera for Hlalllns lf Dealred TIIItKK Ceiitn. CL.UIIIJINO RATES. ANNERANDWEEKLYTRIBUNE, $1.50. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL, $2.00. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNAL. $5.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS,$3.M. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HARPETVS MAGAZINE, $1.50. BANNER AND IIARPER'S WEEKLY, 11.70. BANNERAND IIARPER'S BAZAR, $1.70, Per year payablo In adtance. Bcnd ln jour or ers. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIItST CIIUKCU, BENNINGTON CEN TRE. l'ASTOR, ItEV. M. L. 8EVERANCE. Sabbath S'rvice. 11 a m, 7:00 n ni: Sabbath School, 12:15 p m; Y P SCE, 6:30 p mi Prayer Meetinf. Thursday, 7:30 p ra; Communlon ber vlce. on thc llrst Sabbath ofeach altcrnate month, comrnenclnfc wlth January, In connection wnh thc rcgular servlce, at 11:30 a m. THE SECOND CONOHEC1ATIONAL CHUltClI, MAIN STItEET. l'ASTOR, HEV. CIIAS. It. SEYMOUR. . Servlcej, 10:30 a m, an...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 10 November 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANXFJB FRlJXdJ, NOVEMBER 10, 1893. SLE MONDAY MORNING, 9 o'clock, will commence at tlie TROY BAZAA"R a great RE- MEMBRANCE DRY GOODS SALE, called that by Mr. Frear because his ENTIRE STOCK in value over $500,000, a large portion ofit bought recently from MANUFAOTURERS, IM PORTEBS and JOBBERS who were ia NEED OF RE AD Y MQNEY and were obliged to realize quickly on their CLEANEST, BREGHTEST MEROHANDISE, will be offered for week Monday, November 6th to 11th, at prices so low that Frear's patrons will REMEM BER tlie BARGAINS so LONG AS THEY LIVE. Every purchaser at FREAR'S BAZAAR NEXT WEEK will be SURE TO REMEMBER their visit with pleasure and profit. Reader every item in this advertisement is worthy of your careful perusal. It will aflbrd the oppor tunity of the season for the real bargains. Frear's prices have fallen the past week like Autumn leaves, and the pink cards which call attention to part of them, are almost as plenty. Look out for the pink cards. wiml sl. fre...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 10 November 1893

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKJDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1893. THOSE RUBIES. Yes, sbe was dead at last Margfiret Dem orest of Stony Lodge iracUho shock of her demlsebad sbaken Bellevuo (rora centerto iircumferenoc llcart dfecnse, the' doctors sald, when she was fonnd ono mornlng wlth a smilo of pcAce frozcn on bor stcm' nnd withered features. The relntiTes nccepted tbe verdlct wlth due reslKnatioa, following tbo remntnsof the "deor departed" to thelr flnal restlng placo nmld nn ostentatious display of crape nnd blnek bordered hand kerchlefs. But when the will was read the exclte ment of tbo helrs-at-lawrapldlyoscended t) fever heat. Mtss Demorest bad retalned ber ccccntrlcity to the end nnd woven lt tnto her last wiU and tcstauient. Witb the exceptlon of a few bequests to her servants, tbe whole of hor property, landed and personal, to the amount of $500, 000, was to pass into the posscsslon of that one umoug her kinsfolk wbo should dts corer the hidlng placo of the 1S Demorest riibies. .Shoul...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 10 November 1893

Tfflj BENmTGT()ff BAKNM-mfi; .NOVEMBER, 10, i 83. r WHAT, CHEW TOBACCO iT HAS A LASTING SUBSTAMCE AMDA DEUGIOUSFLAVOR tUNEQUALED INANY OTHER TOBACCO Every Deader Kcep It .and it is n?ade by 'Ji7oLpinzer& gro. LOUISVILLE, KY. C. D- GRE SLCT. 1H0USE PAINTING &NU- i papbr mm ' I do cone but flrst-class work, and guarame JntlsTnciinii iu all cnes. Eilm uo iruniihcd on 408 GAGE ST., BENNINGTON. BECAUSE What is idastoria is Dr, Samucl Pltclicr's prescrlption for Infant and Cbildron. It contains ncithcr Opitim, Morphino nor otlicr Xarcotic substancc It is n liarnilcss substitnto for Parcgoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil It Is Plcasant. It3 guarantco is tliirty ycars' uso by Mllllons of Mothcrs. Gastorla dostroys Worms and allays fcvcrlshncss. Castoria prcvcnts voraitlng- Sour Curd curcs Diarrhcea and "Wind Colic. Castoria roliovcs tcctliing tronblcs, curcs constipation and flatulcncy. Castoria nssimilatcs tho food, rcgulatcs tho stomaca and bowcls, givin licaltby and na...

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