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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 15 December 1893

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FK1DAY, DECEMBER 15, 1893. What is Eczema? It is an agony of agonies. A toriure of tortures. It is an itching and burning of the skin almost beyond endurance. It is thousands of pin-headed ves- ides filled with an acrid fluid, ever forming, ever bursting, ever flowing upon the raw excoriated skin. No part of the human skin is cxempt. It tortures, disfigures and humil iates more than all other skin diseases combined. Tender babies are among its most mimerous victims. Tliey are often born with it. Sleep and rest are out of the question. Most remedies and Ihe best phy- sicians generally fail, even to relieve. - If CUTICURA did no more than cure Eczema, it would be entitled to the gralitude of mankind. It not only cures but A single application is often suffi cient to afford instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy cure. CUTICURA works wonders because it is the most wonderful skin cure of modern times. Bold throngliont tho world. Trlce, Cctic...

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 December 1893

VOL. LIH. NUMBER 49. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY DEOEMBER 22, 1893. the Spot-Casli Clothier, lias made his newscheme a snccess. THE ENORMOUS CUT IN PRICES which he is offering on Clothing and Faraishings is converting large piles of his snrplus stock into ready cash. ALL HIS CUSTOMERS ARE BOASTING OF THE WONDERFUL BAR- GAINS AT COLE'S. and the cheapness with which they have furnished themselves a first-class stock of winter clothing. The assortment is still com plete. There are hundreds of bargains still left in Suits, Over coats and Ftirnishings. The cut in prices will continne until after the Holidays. Nothing more appropriato for a Christmas presentthananice Suit or Overcoat. Wide-awake bnyers are availing themselves of this sale to buy goods ;at these "nnheard of" low nrices. Go to flne-Price, Spot-Cash Clothing and Fumishing House. Opera House, BENNINGTON, VT. ThouKli demaffoeues mayrant and .ih r tonEba "TS PEOPLE SAY," RUSSELL & MARCH, Are Dasigners, Buililers and Gontractors...

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 December 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, DEGEMBER 22, 1893. 2 INTHELOOAL FIELD. BENNINOTON CENTRE. Miss Mary Sanford, daughtor of Sara uolB. Sanfordof Troy. N. Y., mado a short vislt this weok with her aunt, Mrs. Alfred Robinson. Tho question o oponlnR one or two now streets horo is boitif; afntated. and lf tho town fathors will lcnd a holpinff hand, it is llablo to bo donoin tho spring. Mr. Mason oJ Pawlet wbo baa drivon cattle through horo for a number of vcars, has boon alonft with his last droyo Jortbe 8eason, numbering wo should guess, about ouo bundrcd. Tho Smlth's Falls, ' Ontirlo, Rccord has an account of tho f unoral of tho lato Mrs. C. B. FroBt, known to so many horo, which wo copy. Tho obsequies wcro held tho Wedncsday following Iicr dcath: Tho remains woro iuterrcd in tho family plot in tho publio cemotory, llov. T. Nixon officlatinp. Tho funeral was tho largest over seen in Smith's Falls, thus showing tho utgh esteom iu which thodoceased was held. AU tho local clorgymon attended....

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 December 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, JDECEMBER 22, 1893. A MAD RACE FOR WATER. And 'When It Waa Found DcntU Rodo Its Surglnc lllllowa. '"A milo fartherl Only u mlle farther to watcrl" tbo guldo bail cnlledoutover nnd over ngain tbat nfternoon ns wjb rodo over the plains, on wbicb nn August sun beat dovra till cvcry broath seemeil to burn tbi lungs. Of tho 30 troopcrs flvo wcro lasbed to ibeir Baddlcs nnd littlo bettcr tbau dead. Of tho 80 borses sevcn had droppcd in tbeir tracks siucu 10 o'clock aud beeu left beblnd. 0 tho sevcn ilismounted troopers only two wcro witb tho coluinn. Tbootb crs had lingered nlong nntil loft far bo bind. No water for man or beaat for 80 bours, and ivo wcro pusbing ahcnd for Lost rivcr. Thero waa lielllsb spirit in tbe looks and nctions of ovcry mnn. Wbcn tho last horso dropped down ovcry mau hurried on for fenr ho would bo ask d to ndd Bomo burdeu. Now und thcn .a man stood up in bis Btlrrups to look ahcad. You could rcad bis tboughts in bis crafty looks. If...

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. — 22 December 1893

THE BENOTNGTON BAJSfNER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, DEOEMBER 22, 1893. . Mnslo t'opie at tlio Bniiiier,' ln W'rnpiiori for lUulllus lf DcMrcd TIIItKlt l elilx. CbUIIIJUNG 11ATES. ANNER AND WEEKLYTRIBUNE, J1.50. BANNER AND BOSTON JOUENAL. J2.00. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNAL, $6:30. BANNEU AND N. Y. DAILY PItESS,3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZINE, $4.50. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, 4.70. BANNERAND HAUPER'S BAZAR, $1.70, BANNER AND NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE. 53.(53. Per year payablc ln adtance. Send ln your or ers. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIRST CIIUECH, BENNINGTON CEX TltE. I'ASTOlt, ItEV. JI. I.. SEVEEAXCE. Sabbath Srvice. 11 a m, 7:00 p m: Sabbath School, 12 :15 p ni ; Y P 8CE. 0:S0pm; Prayer Meetlnf .Thursday, 2;S0 p m; Communlon Ser vtco, on Ihotirst Sabbath of cnchalternateraonth, coinmcnclug with January, in connectiou with tho rcgular servlcc, at 11:30 a m. XHE 8ECOND CONOREQATIONAL ciiuitcir, MAIN 8T1IEET. I'ASTOlt, ...

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. — 22 December 1893

i "THE "BENNINGTON BANNEB, FJRLDAY, DBCEMBEE 22, 1893. UOW8 THIS I We olTe r One Ilundred DoIIms reward for any cato of catnrrh that cannot bo cared by Hall'a CatitrhCure. . . fc F.J. CIlENEY&CO.,Toledo,0. We. the underslsned, havo known F. J. Chency for the last 15 years, and belleve him perfectly bonorable Iti all business transactlons aud flnan clally able to crry eut any obllgatioiis inade by thfirflrm. . West & TncAX, Wbolesale Druggits, Toleuo, 0. Waldinq, Kinnan & Maiivin, Wholegale Drug' glsta. rolo.lt), Olilo. Hall'a Catarrli Cure 1s taken lnternally. actlne direcdy upon ihe blood and mucoti3 surfaoes of the systeni. Tetimonils sent frcc, Trice T5e. per bottle. Sold by all drugglsts. 4" SPECIAL HUSINESS LOCALS. C3p-Trimmed lmts from 73 conts up. Uutrimmed li.its from 5 conts up. To closo ont stock at Mrs. A. E. Donnelly's, Opora IIouso Ulook. Jtessrs. Duwoy avo sollinr; sloinlis, bailcd hay, and looso hay, dry wood, otc. CWantei). A. livo man to rcprc sent our b...

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. — 22 December 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FIUDAY, DEGEMBER 22, 1393. 6 TWO SPIDERS. In a little dark creck, half a rortl frcm tho tbe cround, An lioncst old spldcr resided; ' po plcasant and snug and convcnlcnt 'tvras found, Ihat his friends camo to seo it for many mllea 'roundj It Eccmed for hin plcasuro providcd. Of tue ctucb uau latiKUUi blld uiaUl&eCa 01 Ufe, Tho spldcr was thorougbly tlrcd; & leaving tlicso eccdcs of contcntlon and Etrife JIIs chlldren nll settled), he came with his wlfe To llvo in this crauny rctlred. for when (as sometlraos lt woald chnnco to befall), Just when hlnneat wcb was comploted, Erushl camo tho creat broom down tbe side of tho wall, Andporhaps cnrried wltb lt web, splder and nll, IIo tbouelit hlmself cruelly Ircntcd. Dlrectly be wcnt bls long searoh to rosume (For nnthlng bo ovcr dcnlcd ber); Alas! littlo expeotini; his terrlblo dooml Just tlien came thogontloman lnto bls room And saw tbe unfortuuate spldcr. Bo, whilo tho poorfollow. Insearcliof bls polf, In tb...

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. — 22 December 1893

THE BENNINGTON JBANNEB, EKIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1893. 7 j I.lfstheliest. 2. It Uists. t 3. ItVa bleasure to ctiew if 4Jt SitlsflGS. 5. Always te s&ne 6. vevybou1y braiseslf. 7. Youwilllikeit. .Yousl;ouldtfyit, i Asltfor it.lsistovi jjaving it C. D. CREENSLET. houseTpainting -aNU- I do nono but flrst-class work. and Ruarante aatlsfaciion ln all cates. Eatlmated f urnlshed on appllcatlon. 408 GAGE ST., BENNINGTON, Bennington, SIIOULD CALL AT THE BANNER INSURE WITH HOHESTKIND The attentlon of all readers Is callcd to the followlng testlmonlals : "Allen's Sarsaparilla has cured my eczema, and nearly cuted my rheum atism." Lewis Russell, Justice of the Peace, Middlebury, Vt. " Every doctor in Rockport gave me up as dying, but Allen's Sarsaparilla cured me. I had backache and headache, loss of appetite, could not sleep, dis tressed spell, and all run down." Mrs. Nettie Greenlaw, Rockport, Me. "Allen's Sarsaparilla cured me of dyspepsia and indigestion, after many other medicines and doct...

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. — 22 December 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, ERIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1893. 8 A RAMBLE OVER UNCLE SAM'S TERRI TORY. XUMHKK TUir.TEEN. Wo woro iiarticulirly intcrcstcd in this part of tlio Olilo river, as hero was laid that part of tho Rtory of "Unclo Tom's Cabin," whero Eliza Hnrris orosscd on tlie floating ico cakes. On tho way tliruUb'u Ilcatucky "c rnct train loads of water niolons bound north frora Georgia; molons eno'ugh apparontly, to fecil tho Mrorld. That part of Kontucky proved to bo a passablo country, of courso thcn atits worst, on accountoftho long and seyore (lrougut; plenty of nno trccs.tuey sMimml liko frinnrts after tho treoless plains of the Northwest, The towns and vlllagos look shiftlcss comparcd with thoso wo aro familiar with, but ologant comparcd with thoso of Virginiaj which aro by long odds tho worst I havo oyer acon sinvwncro. much louacco was grown in that diatriot, and tho grcatcur mg houses in tlio towns and numcrous largo hogslieads of tho lcaf sccn ovcry wli'crc. woro vorv famil...

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. — 29 December 1893

1 1 BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, DEOEMBER 29, 1893. NUMBER 50. VOL. LIH the Spot-CashClothier, has made his newscheme a success. THE ENORMOUS CUT IN PRICES which lie is offering on Clothing and Furnishings is converting large piles of his surplus stock into ready casli. ALL HIS CUSTOJVIERS ARE BOASTING OF THE WONDERFUL BAR GAINS AT CQLE'S, and tho cheapness with which they have furnished themselves a first-class stock of winter clothing. The assortment is still com plete. There are hundreds of bargains still left in Snits, Over coats and Fnrnishings. The cut in prices will continue until after the Holidays. Nothing more appropriate for a Christmas present than a.nice Snit or Overcoat. Wide-awake huyers are availing themselves of this sale tobuy goods at these "nnheard of" low prices. Go to CHAS. G. COLE'S jQne-Price, Spot-Cash Clothing and Furnishing House. Opera House, BENNINGTON, VT. "THE PEQPLE SAY," RTJSSELL & MARCH, Are Dasigners, Buildors and Contraclors, Popular amd Reliable ...

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. — 29 December 1893

2 n-lE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1893. IN.THE LOOAL FIELD. BENNINGTON CENTRE. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Robinson vlsitedf riends in Ilooslok Falla, N. Y., last week. Miss Martha E. Austln is contemplat inR ercotlng a cottago here In the spring ii she can securo a suttablo build ing lot. Mrs. GeorKo W. Robinson and family spent Christmas witli Mr. and Mrs. Sam uol li. Ilall, at tboir homo in North Ben nington. Benj. F. Brown is so far improved in bcalth that bo conlinues to go to tho city nearly overy day in tlio intorest of tho Manliattan Watch company of New York. James L. McCall has raado a salo of his double tenemont houso ou "McCall street," to Mrs. Martin Bahan who will niake improvemonts on tho sarao in tho spring. Thogametrio from Now York who waro hero Thanksgiving, spent Christ mas at their horaes. Wo refer to J. V. D. S. Merrill, Clarenco C. Sibloy and Georgo Conkling. NORTH BENNINGTON. First Sergeant Mosely of the Military Unlversity at Northfield, is visiting ...

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. — 29 December 1893

THB BENNINGTON BANNBK, FKIBAT, DEGEMBER 29, 1893. 3 A WRECK. A little 80 ton Echooner asbore, almost ln the identlcal spot off which ono of tho largo lake stcnmcrs badgroundedone year before. Up in a sliady spot ou the shoro, just ubovo the little schooner, was the wreck of a smnll shanty, llkewise nn evl dencc of tho ssverity cf the galc, lt havinjr come down upon the heads of its inmates during the samo nlght. These two Ned Fairly and Fred Can fleld were cnniptng n tho opcn air sinco -the disaster, and sleeping under the prop 3ed up roof, the Intercst ln a gang of mec working on tho heached schooner being too strong for them to find tlme to patch tip the shanty. A tug hud parted s!M inch hawser try ing to draw tho Plow Boy off. Cnptnln Jackson, n short, sandy beardcd mcn, with a very red face, was shoutlng ordcrs and encouragement all day long. She was dug under and long beatns used ln attempts to pry her up and off, in the manner of the Mississipplsteatnboat men. On the fifth day...

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. — 29 December 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY-, DECEMBER 29, 1893. I BENNINGTON BANNER BENNINGTON. . FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1893. Silugle uoples ot tbe Banngr, ln Wrappers for Mallius if Dcnlrcd TI1RGG ;enti. CliUIIDINO RATBS. ANNEBANDWKEKLYTRIBI7NE, $1,80. BANNER AND BOSTONJOTJRNAL, $2.00. BANNER AND DAILY JOTJRNAL, $8.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, $3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZINE, $4.60, BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, ti.70. BANNER AND HARPER'S BAZAR, $1.70, BANNER AND NEW ENGLAND MAGA2INE, 13.65. Per year payable In advance. Send tn your or- era. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. LD FIB8.T CHUBCH, BENNINGTON CEN- TBE. PASTOB, BEV. M. L. 8KVEBANCE, Sabbath Snrrlce. 11 a m. 7:00 p m: Sabbath Sehool, 12:15 p m; Y P 8 C E, 6:30 p m; Prayer Meetinf .Thursday, 2:30 pm; 'Corumunlon Ber rlce. on thetlrst Sabbath of each alternate month, cemmonclng wlth January, in connectloa wiih tne reguiar service, at iy.au a m. THE SECOND CONQBEQATIONAL CHUBCH, MAIN STBEET. PASTOB, BEV. CHAS. 1! 8...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 December 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANKEfJ, FJRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1893. P Louisvllle, she was headcd for the Jef fersonville slde whcru a famlly wero gathered with all thoir houseliold Rtwds. The bow erated on the beach, aud tho Rre.it cang plank was smincf out side wars like tho tonguo of a Ricantio beast, while the deck hauds ruslied out to tho end 80 as to welgh it down until itrcstcd on the Bhoro. The passenfjers walkcd on board, and tho goods and chattles fol lowed on tho backe of the crew in short order. It was a charmins sail that lovely af ternoon, doubly gratefnl as the hoat on shoro was vory opprcsBivo; but deliRhtfully cool it was on the river; and the winding, placid stream, flowing bo twoen tho htffh wooded banks, was a rer.T pretty slght; indeed, tho Ohio will compare faTorably, at least that part of it, with any rivor wo have seen. IJy and by a flag raoved from tho loft hand, or north bank, answercd by our whistlo, and soon a lot of peaches wore coming on board, a sccno which w'as shortl...

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. — 29 December 1893

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRfDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1893. THE ENGLISH GIRL. A wonderful joy our eyes to bloss, tn her magnlficcnt coioellncss, is an EngUsh Rlrl of eleven stone two And flve foot ten In lier dancing shoet Sho follows the lioumls, and on she pounds Tho "ticld" talls off otid the muffs dtminlsh Ovcr the hedgcs and brooks eho bounds Stralght as a crow from Qnd to flnish. At "fnict )" Vli will )os or wln She and her malds, on yrnss and dover, Eleven malds out cleven malds ln And perhaps an occnslo aU "mnldon ovor." Go search tho world and sia-ch the sea, Then come you homo and slng with me Thcre's no such cold and no such pearl As a brlght and beautif ul English glrL Her Boul ls sweet as the ocean atr, For prudery knows no haven there. To (Ind mock tuodesty, plcaso apply To tho consclous blush and the downcost eye. Rlch ln the thlngs contentment brlngs, In every puro unjoymcnt wealthy. Bllthe as a beautiful blrd Eho slngs, For body and mtnd aro halo and healthy. Her eyes they ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 December 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, JfKlDAY, DEOEMBER 29, 1893. ahdWokKman 0ECAUSE ITIS tASTlNG &PLEASAHT ANDHASADELICI0U5FLAVW FULLSIZE PLUG AND E1IGHEST GRADE TOBACCO. J OHNflNZER&BROS. MJUISVILLE.KV. C. D. GRHESJSLET, HOU nnw mm I do r.one baf. nrst-class worlc. and gnarante satlsfaction in all cnses. Estimatoa furnished on appllcation. 408 GAGE ST., BENNINGTON. IWSURE Bennington, Cbew SnOULD CAI-LATTUE nANNEUOFFICE AND EXAMINE OUR iiple ilekss iii mem THE HQNESTkIND The attentlon of t 1 to the following testlmonlals : "Allen's Sarsaparilla has cured my eczema, and nearly cured my rheunv atism." Lewis Russell, Justice of the Peace, Middlebury, Vt. " Every doctor in Rockport gave me up as dying, but Allen's Sarsaparilla cured me. I had backache and headache, Ioss of appetite, could not sleep, dis tressed spell, and all run down." Mrs. Nettie Greenlaw, Rockport, Me. " Allen's Sarsaparilla cured me of dyspepsia and indigestion, after many other medicines and doctors bad failed." Mrs. H. ...

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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. — 29 December 1893

8 ffiE BENNINGTON BANNER, FREDAY, DECtfMBER 29, 1893. THE RUINff OF ST. STEVENS. Alabama' Flnt Capltal City and tho Jeg. end of Its Decay. Years nco, when our Krondfathers wcre babies, tho capital ot Alabama was tlie beantirai little city of St. Stevens. It was tho flrst capitul ot tbe 6'.ite, and each yenr thera axsembled thcretho men who Btarted ttc gccd clil sb!p oi ctstc co zztzly cn her joumey. But not alone did tbese old worthies go tbere to make laws. Liko tbo statesmen of tbls day and tinie, tbey mlxed conslderaulo fvolio with tbelr labors. Most of thcra were rich and llved in opulence in their lovely country bomca. When they went to the capltal, therefore, they pro- ceeded to gotout of town life all there was in it In consequence, old St. Stevens was a fast and godless place. Tho biggest gamblcra in tbe state collected thero and fleeced tho ricb and unsophisticated plat- era and lawmakers. It is related tbat it wns umvritten law that no preacher should invade tho pre cincts...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 5 January 1894

NUMBER 51. YOL. Lin. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDA JANUARY 5, 1894. the Spot-Cash Clothier, Iias made his newsclieme a success. THE ENORMOUS CUT IN PRICES which he is offering on Clothing and Furnisliings is convertmg large piles of his surplus stock into ready casli. ,ALL HIS GUSTOMERS ARE B0AST1NB OF THE WONDERFUL BAR- GAINS AT COLE'S, and tho cheapness with which they have furnislied theinselves a first-class stock of winter clothing. Thovassortment is still com ploto. There are hundreds of bargains still left in Snits, Oyer coats and Furnisliings. The cut in prices will continue until after the Holidays. Nothing more appropriate for a Christmas present than anice Snit or Ovorcoat. Wido-awake buyers aro availing themselves of this sale to buy gpods at these "unheard of" low prices. Go to CHAS. G. COLE'S One-Pfice, Spot-Cash Clothing and Furnishing House. Opera House, BENNINGTON, VT. rCT W D u n rjsn uca um kb ms" u u u ay i- -- - - "TOE PEOPLE SAY," RU88ELL & MARCI1. Are Dssigners, ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 5 January 1894

J . w' CH ETJlNNlN GTO N BAtfNER, FEIDAY. JANUAR 5, 1894. 2 - INTHELOOAL FIELP. BENNINGTON CENTRE. AmonR tho ploasant New Yoar's social ovents, was tho marriaRO of Miss Ruth Green of Sliaf tsbury to Mr. Marcus G. Mattisot of Bennington, whioh took placo last Monday oveninfj, at tho resi denco of Mr. Fred Mattison. A large nuraber of relatlves and frionds attested by tlioir presence and gifta tho good will which will follow tjio younR couplo. Aftor tho formal congratulations, a sub Rtantial repast was scrved. Tho cero mony was porformod by Rov, M. L. yoyerance. NORT1I BENNINGTON. Now Year's day evening was spent vory pleasantly by a party of young peo plo, at tho residonco of Mr. and Mrs. S. 13. Hall. Miss Lila Mattison of Bennington, sat ata New Year's dinncr with friends here, spondlng tho nigbt with Miss Car rio Hullng. Tho usual somi-annual dividond of four per cont. was declarcd by tho First National bank of North Bennington, for January 1st. Tho annual mooting of tho Congrcga 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. — 5 January 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEB, ERIDAI, JANUARY 5, 1894. "GONE MAD." During tha cariy soveutles I wag run nlng a local frolght on n westcrn road whcn tho followlng incident occurred: I had pulled in on the sldo tmck ut Mavcrick, a small junction station, havini? ncelved orders to awalt tbo arrivnl ot a' spaclal, which -wzz ccralnr ur. bahiad and waa duo ln about 15 mlnutes, whou the telegraph operator rushed from tho gtation and clambcred into the cab as lf possessed by some demon. His fuoe was white os the driren snow, while he trem bled in overy limb. At length ho manuged to control him- eelf sufllciently to gasp out the following startling information: "Engineer of special gono mad; un conplod from traln at Ejtllea and coming toward us at a terrible rate." Scnrcely hnd he ceased speaking whon tho rumbling of tho wild locomotivo wns heard npproachlng, and upon looking down the track I saw the black monster scarcely a mile distant, tearing toward us. What was I to dof In the twinkling ot an...

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