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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 August 1894

.t-" VOL. L1Y. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDAY, AuGDST 28, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 35. All you, wlio may wish to havo suits mado withco.ro, Aiid bo fitted in styles that are now, In colors you liko and of fabrics that woar, Go to Colo's, thoy'll sayo mouoy-for you. Brownies. Browning, King k Co.'s Custom-Made Clothing Is creatinn an oxcitoraont among all thoso who bavo their garments mado to order. Thoir immcnso busincss enablcs tbom to uso tho ontiro product of sovoral of tho largest mllls in tho country. Thoy havo manufactorios in all of tho princiral citios in tho Unitcd Statos, which are under tho su pcrintcudonco ol tho yory best artists and designcrs that can be procured. They omploy skilled workraen only, who know how to mako garments to ilt. Through thoir skill and attontlon to tho wants of thoir oustomors they havo built up tho largcst tailoring busincss in tho world. Through local clothicrs thoy are now conncctcd with almost ovory town and hamlot in tho country. Wo havo 800 samplcs ...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLr BANNER, TUESJDAY, AUG. 28, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAT, AUGUST 23, 1S94. SIiikIo sjopion ol tUo Itanncr, In Wraiier for Wnlllus lf Deslred TWO Ceiils. Kjj-Watch the date opposito your name on this papcr. It shows that your aubscriplion ia credited on our booka to Uiatdate. Ifthe date is not changediolth inafew'daysrom the time aremlttanccis made, not'ifv thepublishers. -3- Mrs. A. B. Gabdneb has gono to II ion, N. T., for a short viait. TnE ttriff reform flght Is over. Wilson is laid on tbe shelf, Gorman has "busted" Grover, And Hill has "busted" himself I Miss Jessie TempIiE wont down to Cohoes, N. Y., Saturday, to mako a yisit to Mrs. Jobn II. Hlling. Mns. Geo. B. Seaks bas roturned homo to Now Tork, af tor a six woeks' visit to Camp Comfort and friends in Bennington. Fked L. Bowen roturned to Brooklyn, N. Y., Saturday. He bas passed bis ya cation witb bis family boro, but was ill a part o tbo time. TnE Boston Horald of Sunday says: Mrs. II. J. Coffoy,...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, TUESDAY, AUG. 28, 1894. IN THE LOCAL FIELD. North Bennington. Fred H. Colvin spout a couplo of days in Scbaghticoko, N.. Y., vi6itlng frionds thoro. Miss Julia Houghton of Ilooslck, N. Y., is visiting lier grandmotber, Mrs. J. C. Iloughton. Mr. Havons, a business raan of Spring nold, Mass., is spouding afow days with Dr. L. B. Newton. Tho Kov. W. A. Ranny, ono of tho An dover, Mass., band of olorgymon wbo went to tbe Stato of Maine a fow years sinco as a minister and ovangolist, is at liorao on a vacation. Miss Carrio Simmons, wbo bas becn with frionds in Troy, N. Y., for about two wccka, roturned Monday. Miss Edna A. Millor of 180, 4th streot, Troy, is now making bor a visit. Mrs. Florence I. 1111, with bor mothor, nieco and son, wont to Iloosiek Falls, N. Y., via tbo oleetrio railroad frora Walloorasac, on Monday. This is a routo now of teu takeu to obviato tbo timo lost in getting around Iloosiek Junction by steam. A party of voung pooplo, William Bar rott of ...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 August 1894

UKDm A CLOTJD. At 46 Mr. Jloborta wna rlch nnd tho dl rocfcor of a bank. At 60 ho wns prcsldcnt of tho Bamo bank nnd vory rloh, and with that ndoratlon of woolth whlch eo unfor tunatoly ohamctcrizos us Amcricans liis ndmlrcrs would havo cnllod hlmhonor able," "cxcollonoy," "judgo" or "gcn eral" if thoy oould flnd tho sllghtcst pro pext for so dolng, for ln thcso days wo wor- jnan of braliw and oharaoter. It ls duo Mr. Roberts to sny that ho wns not a bad rnnn. bnt hls llfo hnd boon bo nbsorbod ln tho maliing of money thnt, llko innny othcrs, 1)0 hod como to bcllovo tho gathor ing ln of dollnrs wns tho chlof cndof man. Mr. Boborts had Bovcrnl daughtcrs and ono son. Tho lntter was nainod washing ton, abbrovlotcd lnto Wash. As men al wnys ycarn for whot they do not poseoss. Mr. Kobcrts wns cagcr that hls son should havo a collcgo cducatlon, but as Wash was flnnly rcsolvcd not to submlt to tho trainlng of tho hlghor schools hls fatlicr yleldcd to whot oould not bo nvoldcd, and oomfortln...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 August 1894

vol;liy. BENNINGTON, VT., FR1DAY, AuGUST 31, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 36. CLEARANOE SALE. GOODS AT COST I ATlTVlyTMTvly"TNA. Roora must bo mado for Fall and Wintor Stock. Wo don'tintond to carry anything over. All niust bo sold REGARDLESS OF COST. Congrcss can do no moro mischief. Business will now boom. Wo aro now buyiug for Fall and Wintor. Goods aro scarco and prices must soon advanco. Now is your opportunity. Como to us for Low1 Prices in ready mado Suits and Furnishings. CUSTOM MADE SUITS from $12.50 to $00. 800 Saraples to solectfrora. Our Ouo-Price-Cash systom onables us to Dofy Competition. All goods guaranteed as rcprosonted. Your raoney baok if you want It. Tho noiso of great bargaius is abroad H tho land And tho peoplo aro flocking to C. G. Colo's storo Whoro tho reign of low prices, triumphant and grand, Bring satisiicd customors thoro by tho scoro. CBClS. COLtlG, Opera House Block, . - Bennington. Vt. CO TO .... EIOHARDSON 'S Green Houses tor best quality & lowest price...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNBR, FJRIDAY, AUG. 31, 1894. 2 CULTUIIE OF YANILLA AN ORCHID CULTIVATED IN MEXICO AND SOUTH AMERICA. jlow tho Gronnd Ib rroparod, tho Cnttlng Plantcd and tho rrnlt Curod Mothods Vory'Accordlnff tolocallty, butthe rroc- Of nll orchlds tho vanllla is tho ono most, wldnlv known nnd ls romnrknblo In jooj.i-iinj t!io on'y iccia of tlit oiucr that haa any coonolnlo valuo. Thcro aro ftbout 20 specjea Bcattorcd throughout tho trtiplcs, that having commorclal valuo bo Sng Vnnllla plnnlfolln. It ls charnctcrizcd foy havlng a tall olimblng and branohlng Joafy Etcm and largo flovrcrs of delicious fragranco, chlcfly whlto and rcd (ln scv eral cconornlo Bpoolcs, green), wlth n bread, concavo Btalkcd llp, nt tho baso irollod about tho column, to whloh tho etalk ls nUuato. Tho dark brown pods, or frult, aro 0 to 0 lnohoa long and aro illlcd wlth a dark, olly, odoroua pulp. In Mcxlco vanllla ls plantcd cltlior ln a Hold or ln a forcst. To rondor a forost flt ifor growlng a crop all ls...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY JBANNEE, EKIDAY, ATJG. 31, 1894. I V 1J THiiEJi) YVtiMS. "That will do," sald he. "Slt down." Tho patient oboycd in sllcnco. Tho physiclan turned to tho tablo and roplaccd liis lDbf niiif nr.. Ho was longor ovcr thls than ficQiurd ncccssary. "You think?" askcd tho paticnt coldly. "You nrc Dl." Tho physiclan fnccd hla paticnt wiih oold oy es. "You aro inado, vnn tH'ir ir lonp llfo. Your paronts wcro kiiicd in an ncculont. Otherwiso thoy mifjiit havollvcd tonnoldago. Your pcon'o tar trr'icratlons havo nll beon lonft llvin iu. 1011 beom iramcd lor au ub talnmcnt of old ngo. Yet theru aro chances; then- a ilnws, No ono must oouut upon tho outward promlso of longovity. Thero ls no .iria'nty. Tliero aro germs lu tho nir, in tlv wnt-er" "You tliink, thcn?" tho patient Intcr ruptcd without tho loast appearuiice vt dlsconiposure or anxlcty. "What I think, young gontlcman, ls thls: You aro mj strong tlrut you aro bravo cnough to tuc" tho trutli." "I liopo so. " "Then, slr, you wll...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 August 1894

4 SEMI-WEEKLY FMDAT, AUG. 31, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 18W. SlfkRle ;oplos ol the ltauncr, In Wrappors for HlalUnc lf Deilred rTO CeillB. KiF'Watch the date opposite your name on this paper. It shows that your subscriptton is credited on our looks to that date. If thc date is not changed with inafew days from the time aremtttanceia made,notify the publishers. Eead Uio Sunday Budgot and Boston iioraia noxt aunaay. Mns. W. C. IIiTcncocK is bomo from a four woeks' stayjat Block Island. See that your namo is on tho registry list to-morrow. It is tne last aay. Col. Andrew Potteh of North Adams, Mass., visitcd hero Wodnesday, W. II. Bradford was recistered at tho American Houso in St. Albans, Tues- day. The reaular mootinc of tho Kins' DauRhters will bo hold Friday, Septoni' bor Utu. Mns. Fannt McLeod spent Sunday with lior unolo, Ilenry Kimball, m Cam bridgo, jn. y. Miss Dennally of North Adams, who lias uceu visitmc lior orotnor, returneu horac Thursday. Z...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEE, FRIDAY, AUG. 31, 1894. The Letter Wrltlnc Ilorse Thlcf. Ckarles It. Toune, tho horse thief who has recontly bcen in Stato prlson in Ver mont, has not vot givon up hls liabit of lettor writinR to nowspapors. Tho TroyTiracs rocoivod n, coramunicatlon Alondnr sitrned C. R. Younc and dated at Bennington, in which Youug asserts that his cohviction was a caso of mis takon irtentity and that it was "tho other leilow" wno stolo tho norsos. xoung continues to uso oxtraord narv words and phrasos in liis lettors, and shows that hls readiocr has beon somowhat ox tonsivo. In the coramunication roceived by tho Timcs lie protonds to gtvo infor mation of somo borsos stolon at Reeds' villo and Dolmar. west of Albany. Younc spcaks of a cortaiu Vermont horsoraan as boinrr "noted for his triok ish mondaoitv. snecious knavery and vulpino beguiloraent of a conflding gen eration." Ile sprinkles his communica tion with suoh adjootivos as "nroda coous" and "oquino" and ooncludos it Witn ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 August 1894

6 SEMI-WEEKLY BAOTfER, F-RlDAY, AUG. 31, 1894. HEll DEBUT. Thoy wero having tholr coffco nftcr n rathor clabbrato dlnncr Qunvcrsnnil 011 vor. Quavers, tlio conjposcr, wns tho fashlon. Hls host, St. John Ollvcr, known to hls frlcnds nnd acqualntancos as Cooly, only tlireo ancl twonty, wna tho son nnd liolr of tho grcat coal inino propriotor, Mntthow "Wcll, Ollvcr, whnt do you wnnt to g .6 out of mof Out wlth It. Como to tho ilnner." "Oh, hang it, Quavers, you know" "Don't bcat about tho bush, my boy. Dlplomncy ls wasted on a ohap llko nio. You wnnt somotlilng, o courso. I hopo you havpn't becn writing a eontltucutal song nnd'aro wnnting mo to sot ltf" "Oh, it ls not 60 bnd ns that," ropllod tho young fellow, wlth n blush, "though it is a Bentimental rantter. It ls about Eomo ono I tako an lntercst in. I wnnt to Bpoak to you about Lalago Brougliton." "Oh, little Lally Brougliton. What hng ehodonoP Bccn maklng an ass of your solf aml wnnt your lottcrs baok, ohf " "It lsn't oxaotly that...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FRIDAY, AUG. 31, 1894. Homoand Abroad. It is tho duty of ovoryone, whotbor at homo or travoling for ploasuro or busi noss, to eqnip himsolf with tho romedy which will keop up strcugth and provont illnoss, and ouro suoh ills as aro liablo to como upon all in ovoryday lifc. For instance, Ilood's Sarsaparilfa as a genoral tonic, and to kecp tho blood pnro and less liablo to absorb tho germs of dis caso, will bo woll uigh invaluablo. f han rinlrinrr rnfnr nfrmi miipp9 seiiom tiuuuie, ospi'ciatiy n ono nas bccn uscd to spring watorin tho country. From a fow drops to a teaspnonful of 1)' ,o,ipaiiila in ' ""'' "l l Will provOHv tho watcr having and injuri Ous cffcct. Ilood's Vogotablo Pills, as a cathattio, causo no discomfort, no dlsturbaiice, no losa of oleop, but assist tho dlgcstlvo organs, no that satisfaotory rosults aro elleotud iu a natural and rogular raannor. Col. Ingorsoll's argumcnt In favor of suicido was found on tho body of tho yonurr man who klllcd himso...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 31 August 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FJRIDAY, AUG. 31, 1894. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. North Bennington. Miss Eddy and friend aro with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Slmouds fow a for days. Miss MabolWhito has roturned from Now London, Conn., whoro sho bas boon visitlnR. frionds. Tbo Rov. C. II. Pock bas roturnod from bis yacation and will ocoupy bls Edward Pbillips and family aro with bis parents for a wblle, and ho is asslst- iTic Ki-inir I'nwpra in nlR narnor hiiod. Mrs. C. W. Koborts has Rono to Soutb Vallov. Osweco countv. N. T.. called tbcro by tbo sickness of hor grandmoth- cr. Mrs. Frank Martin, who has beon an invalid for sorao timo. ls now conflnod to hor bed, noeding tho constant oaro of a nurso. Mrs. .T. A. Cumminss of Maldon, Mass., and Miss A. C. Tark of Benning- ton. wero over toiuncn wna mrs. u. w. McCullouRh, ycsterday, Thursday. Tbo two Missos Douglas, dauRbtors of William Douglas, rormeny oi tins vu lago and now of Allentown, Pa., aro vis iting thoir rolatlvcs, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Wolling. Mrs. Barr...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 4 September 1894

nA.WFH nr. iu &amm vol. liy. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 37. GLEARANCE SAU GOODS AT COST ! Room mimt bo inado for Fall and Wintor Stook. Wo don'tintond to carry anything ovcr. All must bo sold KEGARDLESS OF COST. Congress can do no moro miscliiof. Business will now boom. Wo aro now buying for Fall and Wintor. Goods aro 6carce and prices must soou advanco; Now is your opportunity. Corao to us for Low Prices in rcadv mado Suits and Furuishings. CUSTOM MADE SUITS frora 12.50 to 800. 800 Samples to solcct frora. Our Ono-Price-Casb systora onables us to Defy CQjnpctition. All goods guarauteed as rcprcsented. Your raonoy back if you want it. Tho noiso of great bargaius is abroad in tlio land And tlio peoplo aro flocking to C. G. Colo's storo Wliero tlio rcign of low prices, triuraphant and grand, Briug satisfled customors thero by tho scoro. CHAS. Gr. COLE, Opera Mouse Block, - Bennington. Vt. hussell & march Continne bnsiness at their stand on Coun...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 4 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEK, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TJESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1804. Smslo Oopios) ol tlie Uauner, ln Wrappors for ITlalllna lf DcMrod IWO CentR. tfjT'Watch the date opposito your name on this paper. II slwws that your siibscriptlon is credited on our books to that date. Jfthe datc is not changeil with in. a few days from the timc aremittanccis made, nolify thepubllsliers. Lorino Bingiiam iind Josoph Ayres passcd tho past wcok in tlio Adirondacks. A. C. Halskv, now of Boston, spent Sunday with his family at tlio Putnam House. The annual inspection and parado of tho Firo Departmcnt will bo held Sep tomber 18th. Miss Alice Ford of Colioes, N. Y., spont Sunday with Misacs Floreuco and Edith Walbridgo. Mis. and Mns. Horack Woodman aro away for a fow days, visiting relativcs and fricnds in various placos. Under a law of Congress just enactcd, fourtb-class Postraastors aro empowered to administor oaths to ponsioners. Deputt SnEniFF Coon of Salem, N. Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 4 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1894. IN THE LOCAL FIELD. North Bennington. F. L. Bottura has purcliascd tbe E. C. IToiiglitou rosidouco and will occupy it noxt spring, as Jio neods tho wholo storo tor liis lncroasing ousinoss. Tbe Graded school opened Monday, auspiciously, tho old corp of toachors on auty, wmi mi&s uiara norton 01 uea ninctou iu placo of Miss Warroll. Miss Minnio Harwood, who has bcen BDoiulinc tbo summer in Groonwlch, N. T., has lcft for Ouquaga, N. Y., to vislt tho iriouas anu rolativos oi uor niotuor, Tho horso of Emory S. Ilarris of Ben nington, ran from tho dopot yestorday down Miiin strcet, and was caugnt uy C. J. McKay boforo it had bccomo much trignteneil. JSo damatjo was uono. DominK Ilall has gono to housokcep- ing in tho rcsiilenoo lormoriy occupica by his grandfathcr, M. Cartor Hall, at Bennington Contro. His business is still in the I' irst iNauonai uanic nero. Tbo McGibnoy family, which givo ono of thoir entortainmonts at Bauk Hall on th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 4 September 1894

SEMI-WBEKLY BAMEK, TUESDAt, SEPTEMBEK 4, 1'894. "OLD BILL WILL1AMS. Where that old sod shanty Is, Old BiU Willlamsh ltved thoro. He got Iroi to death. That's hla Gravo out by the plowing, whoro All the snnflowcrs are. Ho cama To thls oountry I don't know From Vermont an took that claim, Moybo twonty ycars ngo. Well, ono tlme tbo boy an blm Got caught out, an I suppoee An lald dowu witli blm an frozo. That's tbo wny wo found um Rlll Doad an Jlm all rlgbt an bo, Boys felt kind of eorry tbougb. Wlll Dillmnnin Mlnnenpolla Tlmea. THE COACHMAN. I was Ellano du Rochor's guardlan. At the ngo of 8 sho liad lost both hcr parcnts. Her hcalth wasdellcatc, nnd Ithouglit tho best thlng to do for hcr was to put hor to a convent school in tho country. I mysolf hnd threo sons. Ellano, whon of agc, would como into posscsslon of $800,000, nnd ns I dld not want to bo ac cuscd. of patornnl covotousncss I doslstod from taking her to my homo. Conso quontly sho spont oll her vacatron at school, grew up bea...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 September 1894

BENNINGTON flHfeANNER. "' VOL. LTY. BENNINGTON, VT., 'FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 38. CLEAEANCE SALE. GOODS AT COST j Room must bo mado for Fall and Wintor Stook. Wo don'tintend to carry anything over. AI1 must ho sold REGARDLESS OF COST. Congress can do no moro miscliief. Busincss will now boom. We aro now buyiug for Fall and Wintor. Goods aro scarco and prices must soon advanco. Now 18 your opportunity. Como to us for Low Prices in roady mado Suits and Furnishiugs. CUSTOM MADE SUITS from 12.50 to $00. 800 Samples to selectfrom. Our Ono-Price-Cash systom onables uato Dcfy Compotition. All Rooda guarantced as reprcsonted. Your monoy back if you want It. Tho noiso of great bargains is abroad ii tlio land And tho peoplo aro flocking to C. G. Colo's storo Whero tho rcign of low pricos, triutnphant and grand, Briug satisfied customcrs thero by tbo Bcoro. Opera House Block, RUSSELL & MARCH Continue bnsines3 at their stand on County street, at the foot of Scliool Street....

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 September 1894

2 SEMI-WEEKLr BAJSfNEK, FBlDAY, SEPTEMBBR 7, 1894. GIRLS EARNING A LIVING- Tlils Summor Wentlicr Tcsts tlio Ho- sourccs of Worktng Glrln-nunt Koop Ncat nnd Woll nt Smnll Ex- Xcnso PuIno'nCelery Compounu. Ono, two, throo, four crisp dolbir bllls pay lor a wlioio wock-b iiresuinu wuik uclilna countors, or m somo luciury. Tmnrinn it vourown daill!btcr. It shocks ono to tliink that laoo and ribbons como so aoar and buman lifo so chcap. TryinR to carn a livinK at this rato booii briugs out all tlio working fjirl's womanly rcsources to keop neatly dress- cd, ploasant lacocl anu weu. tevr uiiys can bo spared for siokdoss, and strongth must not flac until past closinR tiino. Tho best f riond tlio working girl ovor bad is Paino's cclory compound. It keops bor woll and full of stronetb and courago. It rcstore3 vitality to tirod ncrves; it feeds ovory tlssuo of tbo body wbon unusual wasto bas reducod tlio weight and strongtb of tbo body, as is frequcntly tlio caso in tbo boatcd soason. It givo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAJWEK, EE1DAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. ROCKING BABY. Rockinz Boftly to nncl fro, Baby is whtto as tho now whllo snow, Baby is swcotas tho ro30 plnk dawn. Fair as tho land whoro tho Bummers have gono, Droop tho cyclids slovr, so bIow, Baby rocklug to and fro. Bocklng eoftly to and fro, Baby wlll slcep and tho baby will erow. Dear llttfe flngor tlpa day by day Eagor and restless and f rollcsoino fcot Traruping tho farm lands and treading the Btreot. v , uw iuu awta whU) t,tot Kocldng, rooklne, to and fro. Rocklng Bof tly to nnd fro, Lovo would dcfend you and flll you sp That tho days of tho yonrs that aro all tobo From einnlng xind shamo should stand swcet and free. Oh, lt lovo could rnako It so Itocking baby to and fro. i-Aurilla Furber In Minnenpolls Housokeopcf . MISS NAN. Slendcv, but not thln, wlth aoft, hazol cycs nnd long Inshcs, palo comploxton, llght brown halr, vrlth horo nnd thoro a etrand of gray, not protty, but nttrnotivo looking, Blmplo ln manner, spcech nnd drc...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEJR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. fRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1804. SlrTtlo- coplcs ol the Ilanner, In Wrnpor for lUalllne lf DcKlred TWO C'entK. 3F"iratch the date opposito yoxtr name on this paper. It shows that your svhscriptlon is crcdited on our hooks to ffialdate. Jfthe datc is not changed with ta a few day s from the time a remUlance is made, notify thepublishers. caii TnE Battonkill Valloy fair will bo held at Manchester Ccntro, Soptombor 11th, 12th and 13th. John A. Kelly of Troy, N. T., visited over Sunday in town with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. II. Kelly. Mns. T. J. Malonk and two oliildrcn, and Mrs. McUrath of Troy, N. Y., aro visiting Mrs. Wra. Kocho. Tiie inspeotion of tho flro departmcnt, ia Saturday, Septorabor 15th, instead of 18th, as announcod, Tuesday. Quite a numbor of old votcrans visited tho Cambridge fair, Wedncsday, and hcard Gcnoral Howard spoak. Miss E. Josephine Mooue has becn cntertaining ono of hor collego friends, ...

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