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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 19 January 1894

8 fflE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1894. A BEA.TJTIFUL DAWNING. nanT srituMa kkom the daiiknkss. X aitAMD AWAKE.MNO Yi'UICH SKAI.I, LAST FOKEVKK. A nniOHTF.ROUTI.OOK THAN THE WOULD IIAS KVKK lir.FOItl: KNOWN. Changos aro constantly taldrnr pl.ice which tond to mako tlio world happier ment to pervarto onr livcs. Ono of the ercatest blessiiitra which lias fallen to mankind, and wlnoh is indced tbo dawn in of ft now or:i of life, h:is just takon placo in tho woll-known family ot Mrs Albert I31ancbard, rcsidinir t 358 Web- ster Avenne, Chica;o, 111. Sbo writcs tbo followinjj intercstini' lotter: "My hoalth lias lioon Tery poor for Boveral years. I would havo sinkiutr ispells nnd was so wcak tbat I could not lioirt my iiand to my iicau. 1 wonld have to lio down on tbe nofii, and was so very ncrvoits tnac i coniii not sieep niiits. jsiy stomacn trouuieu mo aii tiiQtine, and my food distrcsKcd mo so tbat I was afraid to eat I bad cbills most of tbo time, and sometimcs chills and...

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. — 26 January 1894

VOL. LIY. NUMBEK 2.1 BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1894. DOLLABS -FOR -HAVE YOU REAB IT ? The story of our keep-warm Overcoats ; Of our Suits tliat suit ; Of our cold-day Shirts ; Of our new and stylish Neckwear ; Of our easy-fitting men's Ilalf-hose ; Of our Shirts and Drawers ; Of our POEMS IN HATS ? If not, youcan, with the greatest advantage to yourself. Como in and read it from the garnents themselves, displayed on our tables. All are plainly marked at the lowest of out prices. A litllo rhyme wo C0I060II3 goods now to sult the purso, P Tll ricl1 and P001' can alway3 flmJ Cgrg- At Colo's, goods GHAS. OOLB. Spot-Cash Glolhier and Furnisher, Opera House Block, Bennington, Vt. HO, LOOK ! The boMom to Butlun's bottom prices will slrike bfltlom WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1894. Oa tbat day only Islinll sell for casli: 4 lbs. Larcro New llaisins, 25c, Celebrated Granite Flour, 4.78, Fine Cooking- Molasses, 30c, 5 lbs. Crackcrs for 25c. N lUscriminatloii m ule agalnst sllver. F. L. B...

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. — 26 January 1894

2 THB BENNINGTON BANNBR, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. 1894. INTHE LOOALFIELD. BENNINGTON CKNTHK. A Bennington rnan is on tho point of huylng a house and lot of Cliarles F. Sears. Tliis, howovor, is not tho Scars homcstcad. Fhillup T. Hubboll and his riglit hand man, Martin Mnrpliy, liavo both had so vcro attacksofln Qrippe and Mr. Ilub boll is still conOncd to his.bod. NOItTII BENNINGTON. tSUpnd T. L. Battum's advcrtisement on llrst pagc, eiery cek. Mrs. Ilarrison, a siatcr of Mrs. S. B. Hall, has becn sponding a ..wcok with her. Clayton S. Colvin, travoling aRcnt for tho Kxpress Company, spent last Sun day with his mothcr, hcrc. TVm. Thomas of California, who is a Momber of tlio School of Teohnology in Boston, is vlsiting uls rciativcs uere. Wo aro glad to. seo Dfia. Bruffer around, after his threo weeks' conilno mont from tho fall at Iloosick Junotion. A vory pleasaut tea-party was givou by Mrs. n. T. Cushraan, last Saturday, when sotno twonty of hcr friends were bountifully cntertaincd. A...

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. — 26 January 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, JF.RJlDAY, JANDARY 26, 1894. A SOCIAU CALL. Thore goe the bclll A vlsltor, I guess, And I'm a f right and liaven't tlme to dress. Il'ml Mrs. Gobslp from acrosa tho.way. What put It ln lier hcad to call today? To see what Bhe can seo-that's nll, no doubt Tliat womaci's nothing but a gadabout I liato her, wlth hor supercilious olrs That Uanli glr! Ia ti.ingins fcor Ui.3(sir3. "Tis Mrs. Ooesip. I declarel Why, thls Ia qutte a pleasuro, 1 am eure. (A klss.) 5o klnd of you to call His aulto a trcat. Let mo remove yonr shawl. Pray, take a scat. we'ro all upset thls mornlnft, lt is truo, But wo can alwayn flnd a ecat for you. Pray don't apologlze thero 13 110 nccd. Tm very dad you'vo called I am lndeed. Boston Courlor. THE TWOTEACHES. Though tho son nnd grandson of gov ernment employees, I had no moro than fairly got started in tho earao carecr than I rcsigned iny position on account of two peaches. 1 was a regnlnr chip of tho old block, and my father thought nothing...

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. — 26 January 1894

fflE BENNINGTON BANNEK, EEIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1804. Sinsle Coiile ol tlie Ilaiiner, In Wrnpper for Nullltig lf Denlred TJllt K B : , CL.UUUINC3 KATUS. ANNERANDWEEKLYTRIBUNE, $1.50. IMlNNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL, $2.00. JHUJKER AND DAILY JOURNAL. J0.30. BANNEK. AND N. Y. DAII.Y PRESS, $3.50. BANNEtt AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. IWLKNERAND HARPER'S MAGAZtNE, $4.50. BXXNER AND IlARrEU'8 WEEKLY, $4.70. BANNER AND nAHI'ER'S BAZAR, $1.70, BANNER AND NEW EXQLAND MAGAZINE, J3.I15. Peryeai;payablornadvance. Scnd inyouror er. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. D FIUST CHURCH, BENNINGTON CEN TKE. rASTOIt, REV. M. L. SEVEISANCE. Sabbath StvIco. 11 o m, 7:00 p m: Sabbath School, VI :15 p m ; Y P 8 C E. 0:30 p.m; Prayer Mcetlnf, Thureday, 2:30 p m; Communion Ser iCe, oii thellrst Sabbath oteachalteniaremontli, cMnmonclnft wlth January, in connection with ttri rogular servlce, at 11:00 a m. HIE BECOND CONQItEOATIONAIi CHUItCU, MAIN PTREET. PASTOR, REV. CIIAS. Ji. 8...

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. — 26 January 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANN EK, FlilDAY, JANUARY 26, 1894. DEAFNESS CAKNOT BE CtlllKD yloial appllcntlnn a thcv cannot r?wli the ise-Jii'd portlon nf i he ear Ttiert- i, only one ay ro cure desfhBM, aml that la by eoiiHtHu onal renicdles Deafness H c,u;ed br an ln amed cnnditlnn nf the mucounllnlng-of thn Em ichlanTubc Whfii tlila tube is inflamed jon ave a nnnbllng sonnd or Imyerfect hParltiir.nnd khen It w entirelv eioseu, nearnesi 11 luc retuit. Iml unless lh- liiflammation canlie taken out ana lils rulw restoreii to in iiorinnl cinditlon. hcar- hgwillbn (Irstrore'i Jorever: nino mii m n nr i'hu-mI br catarra. whlcL IW notliiriir but ln inllinied cemlltlnn .f the m;icr.us jiirfnces I Wo wIIIbIvhIiiip Hundrril Dollari foranr cae Ifilrafneso (cuumd by catarrh), that cannot be lua'd ty HaU's (Marrh Clure. Seiid lor circu- iira; rnc , , Cff-fiold br Dru?sit8, 75o. Jt SPEGIAL nUHlNESS LOGALS. vrif-Tbe tlhtoi-T o Mcthodism in Ben- inton. Vt.. by tho Uav. A. I). Heiist, Irico 00 cents; for salo...

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. — 26 January 1894

6. FBE BENNINGTON BA.NNER, FRIDAY, JANUAKV 26, 1894. CLING TO THY MOTHER. Oh. little onc3, cllng to your mothcr With klsses pure mul swect! For llfo'a goldcn eands aro falllng, And wcary raay bo licr fcct; And ancartlio coldcn street Alrcady may bo licr feet. Oh, little ones, cllng to your mothcr Wlthlovlnf looknml tnncl For whcn tlio fields aro rlponed Tho harvestorclalms hta own, And you may Etand alone Whon tho Reaper claims his own. Oh, little ones, cllng to your mothcr, , AndBtrivotolIghtenhorcarcs; For yor hcarts and llvea aro rlchcr For a moth(!r's earncst praycrs. Whcn 8ho cllmbs tho golden etajrn, You wlll mlss hcr bcdsldo praycrs. Oh, little ones, cllng to your mothcr; No lovo can bo half so dcar As tho lovo that crowds witli blcasinga Each hllssful, prlcelcss ycar. But tho evening may be ncar Tlio cvo of llfo'a bcst ycarl Oh, llttlo ones, cllng to your mothcr Ero tho gathcring shndowa fall And only cchocs mock you When hcr precloua namo you calL Oh, tlio dnrknesa over nll...

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. — 26 January 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEJK, FKIDAY, JANUARY 26, ,1804. eak rnay be inherited ; not Consumption. Thin, narrow- chested children are the ones to look. out for. Everybody with a tendency toward Weak Lupgs should take Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda. It builds up the system. Cures Coughs, Colds and Wasting Diseases. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. - Hereditary Weakness and all Blood Diseases are cured by SCOTT'S EMUL SION. It is a food rich, in nourishment. Prepared by Scott & Bowne, N. Y. Drucglsts sell It SHOE8. AU thanmt c3le')ratDi nu1id3 on hand, and at prices that other slioa deilers cannot conipete witli. TRUNKS AND BAGS I A fall assortment of those goods always on hand. JA.S. Iv. MILLER. 40:1 MAIN hTKHBr ANOTHER I.0T OF JUST RECEIVED. RULED AND UNRULED. EXTRA HEAVY AND FINE QUALITY. 90 SHEETS TO THE POUND. ONLY 20 CENTS. TRV A POUND. Sfc. ' PnOCUi. BY THE Press Claims Company. Knnal with tho intoreatof tliosc liavinc claims aeainst...

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. — 26 January 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKLDaV, JANUARY 26, 1894. 8 "IT MIGHT IIAVE BEEN." WIIA.T A DEPTII OF THOUGHT IN TI10BE HKff WOKD8. IIOW OFTUN AND WITH WHAT BADNKS9 1)0 WE O.U0TE TIIKSI. ITMIOHT IXPKIU) IIAVE HEEN HAD Wli ONLY KNOWN IN TIMK. Frobably no words aro morofrcquently quotcd than theRC, and nuroly nono could cavo a Tcatcr n-.cir.ln;; or s-.hcv.- moro clearly that souio calamity in our liTes, causcd perhapR bv ourelvcs, throupli ignoranco, carelessnoss or insuflleient at toation to tlio laws of naturo, might havo been avertcd. IIow trueis it ospcc ially iu rc-gard to thesick. Mitfht it not havo bccu tlie cuso tritli nearly all of us at some pcriod that had to but known what to do ut tho proper time, much snf fering could havo her n saved? No one knows tiis bc.ttcr Ihan Mrs. Mary Hondersoii, wlio lives 89 Confircss Areniie, Flushing, Loiir Island. "I sullorcd torribly," slio said, "from rhoumatism, and was weak, tired and uervous all tho time. I was no soro all overwlicn I would riso...

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 February 1894

VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, FEBRUAHY 2, 1894. NUMBEE FOR- HAVE YOU REAB IT ? . ' ' The story of our keop-warni Overcohts ; ' -V Of our Suits that suit ; Of our cold-day ShirU ; -Of our new and stylish Neukweur ; Of our easy-fitt'mg nien's Ilalf-hoso'; Of our Shirts and Drawers ; Of cur POEMS IN HATS ? If not, you can, with tlio greatest advantage to' yourself. Come in aud -iead it from the garments themselves, displayed on our tables. All are plainly msu'ked at the lowest of cut prices. A little vliyme wo will rclnarso: Colosclls gooda now to suit tlio purse, CS Tlio rich and poor can always fiuil CS$"" At Colo's, goods GHAS. GK COLE. Spot-Cash Clolhier and Furnisher, Opera Housb Block, Bennington, Vt. LOOK A.T THIS. What $1.00 will buy next Wednesday, Feb. 7 : 2 pounds (ti our brst 50c Tea. 2 pounds of Rfc?, 2 pounds Best Crackeiv, - 3 pounds Oat Moal, .... 2 psuuds Bei RiIsIbs, all tlils for 1 Larcre Florisia Orange, - 23c I'acking SaK, btisliel siick?, 48c F. L. BOTTUM, No...

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 February 1894

2 rHE BENNINGTON BA.NNEK, FJRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1894. 1NTHE LOOALFIELD. BENNINGTON CKNTKE. Thoro will bo a Farmers' Inatituto held in the old ocademy hcre, on Tues day, February 6th, under tho direotion nf tho Board of Ap;rlculturo. Tho fol lowinp; is tho propramrao: -10.00 a. m., Address of Welcomo; 10.30, Tho Out look for Farming in Vermont, V. f. Spear, Braintree; 11.30, Dlscussion. 2.00, p. m., UnililiiiK Up a Dairy Herd, H W. Vail. Pomfret; 3.00, Dlscussion. 7.00, Musio. 7.10, IncreasinR tho Fer tilitv of tho Farm, J. O. Sanford, Stam foid; 8.15, Disoussion; 8.30, Qneslion Box. Tho secretary, C. M. Wiuslow of Brandon, will havo a'number of reports of tho Board of Agriculture at the mcct itiK for dlstribution. All meetlnRS freo. Tho ladies aro espeoially invited to be presont. NOItTH BHNNINOTON. t3?Look for F. L. Bottum's adverllseraent. In tho absenco of llev. Mr. Peck, on a visit to Doiset, thero will be n union ser vice of both conRregations. Rev. Mr. Soveranco of Bennington C...

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 February 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEli, FMDA , EEBBUARY 2, 1894. 3 ON THIS EOCK. Brl ial couples nre supposed to have a monopoly of Niaenrn falls, and thero nre few to disputo it with tbem, but now nnd thcn wupid, unfcttcred, blea bim thenco, and poems nro written in tho lives of jouths and tnaidcns, set to tbo rbythm of tbo rusuing waters. Such n poem was tbat which Hnlph Reedernnd AnnoMnrtln inscribedono day befortf tbe roarlng raplds, tbo towering cliffs nnd tbe great ovcrbnnglng trees na witnesses to their trotb. Tbey stood out on an impending rock, far abovo tho tor rent,nml In tbis temploof naturegave tho word tocacb otber that mny never begain .said. "DearAnnc," bo Raid, for howasnse rioua man, uot given to fino speech, "on this rock v(i pligbt our troth. Here, with nu bunian witnesses, but n thonsand oyea to eco uh, wo promiso to lovocach other nl ways." "On tbis rock," she ccbocd as sbo clung to bim. "On tbis rock," he went on, "if tha cvil timc Kbonld como when tbat lovo has rown cold and...

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 February 1894

4 THE BENNINGTON BANNEK , FliiDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON'. FRIDAT. FEBRUAItY 2, 1894. stusle i:oplc ot tlie llanuer, In iVrappera for HlnllliiK lf DcMrcd Tiutiut :out. CbUltllllNfS KATES. annerandweeklYtribune, $1.50. uanner and boston journal, 82.00. jjannkr and daily journal, $8.80. banner and n. y. daily press, $3.60. banner and sunday tkess, $3.00. bannkr and harper's magazine, s4.50. uanner and harper's weekly, $4.70. bannerand jiarper's bazar, $4.70, banneu and new exoland magazine, $3.65. Per ycar payablo ln'advance. 'Send Inyouror ers. RELIGIOUS SEHVICES. OLD FIIIST CHURCir, BENNINGTON CEN TRE. PASTOR, ItEV. M. L. SEVEHANCE. Babbath Srvice. H a m, 7:00 p ra: Sabbath Sclioo, 12 :15 p m ; Y P S C E. 6:30 p m i Prayer Meetlnf .Thursday. 2:30 p m; Communlon Ser vtce. on IheHrst Sabbath of each nltt-rnatemonth, commonclnfr wlth January, In connectlon wnh tlio rcgular nervlce, at 11:30 a m. THE SECOND CONGREOATIONAL CHUnCII, MAIN STREET. PASTOR, BEV. CHAS...

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 February 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEH, FRIDA, FKBBUARY2, 1894. 5 tho dppartincnt rfisponrted to 10. Two woro false iilnvms, 0 woro of Incodendiary oriein, 2 frnin iiponfcn'iu' ornnliiisMnti, 4 woro starteil from defrctivn cliinineys. Tho totul firo losKen wprn $80,000, all of whieli was ooverod by insur.'uico. Iu ncarly cv-ry instancu tho buililinss buraed nr ilanvwrcd woro roplncrd witli liuicli bottr onc!'. Tlio sissessed v.iluo of loalnnd artional proporty rcquirins tlio pvnti'cti'Mi cif tlii) ilre dupartrnetit in S 1 ,800,000. Tlio cblef. sujmests tbat tlio villaii is cntltled to a niitciin of in suriuice ratos, as tho faclllMi's for fifjht ins; firo aro mucli moro tliaii ortlimiry. In iiis coucliisioii lieealls tho attonticm of tho trustccs and uitizons to tho coniiic toiiriiamcut of tlio Stato Firomi'n's Association whioh in to bo held licro this Siimiiioi- aml aeks for tlio hoarty ro-opcr-ation of all, that it may lio mado a gieat hih'coks, and ono of wlpcli tlio dcpurl mcnt niav lio proud. ...

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 February 1894

1 6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FK1DAY, FEBRUAEY 2, 1894. QABY. , Little robe of snowy bue, 4 Dalntily embroldorcd, too, Softest garments all ln white, j Qreet tho baby's wond'rlng slght. Every stltch a liopo enfolds, Whlch .he loving mother holds. E'en the fllmy laco unfurl.i Tkreada of love ln tlny peurla. Otber lovcs nre decp nnd true, But a mothcr'n, ever new, j Keepa tts luster Imrtilng brlght ' Fed from fountalns of dellglit. Thus her loving cnro provldea And eacli Infant footstep guldcs, Watcliful, lest tho tender fcet, Straylng, mlsht somo pitfallsmeot., Baby's cycs ah, wo forgotl 8ay, has't over bcen tby lot, Oazing ln tlioso dcpths, toeeo Mlrrored tliero rcproof forthco? M. Ellcn Smltli in MlnncapolU Ilousekceper A STUDY IN SMOKE. In tho bighest (inrtof a largoaud ira- posing building, situatcd on tho stroct ,Chiinssee-d'Antin, a young man of the numo of Pusscraud pcrched liko n spar row ou tho topmost branch of u poplar treo. Tho rnanners of this young mnn wero pcaceful and or...

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 February 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ElilDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1894. Yo u Need Fl When you are without healthy flesh you are weak somewhere, or else your food does not nourish you. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver, with hypophosphites of Hme and soda, finds weak spots, cures them, and stores up latent strength in solid flesh to ward off disease. Piysi cians, the world over, endorse it SCOTT'S EMULSION cures Lungs and "Wasting Diseases. Prepared by Soott & Bowne, N. SHOE8, AU i mo3t C3lekatai nuta and latast styles are alwaps kep oa hand, and at pricea tliat otber slioo doilers cannoUcompete witlr. TRUNKS AND BAGS ! A fall assortornt of these goods always on haml. JA.S, Iv. MILLER, W9MAIN SIKKKr ANOTHER LOT OF JUST RECEIVED. RULED AND UNRULED. EXTRA HEAVY AND FINE QUALITY. 90 SHEETS TO THE POUND. TRV A POUND. DOLLARS PER MONTH Itt YOUR OWN LOCALITY madc easily and honorably, without capl tal, dnring your spare hours. Any nian, womau.boy, orgirl cimdotlie work hand lly, witliout cxpericnce. TalUintr us...

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 February 1894

G 8 fJBE BENNUSGTOjS BANNER, FHIDAY. JFEBRUAKtf 2, 1894. "VENI, VIDI, VICI." A NEW Arl'MCATION 01' TIIE rUl'ULAR nillASE IT CONCE11.NS US AUi MOIiE DKEI'LY NOW THAN KVKJ! HKFOKK A FAlt GKEATKK ANI1 NOIJLEU U8E OF TIIE TEKM THAN TIIE OMGINAI, ONK. How frequcntly vo mako use of popu lar qmitations, and wo lo so becaust) HitOj W . w . - - j - - r,.-. Tbo lioncling of tliis aitlulr, merinitir, I catno, Biiw and conquercd, was flrst em ployod by Julius Cnjsar ti duscribo onu of his victorics, but cvcn this creat mau little rcalized tbe mngnitudo of what miglit bo invnlvcd in liis fainous oxpres Bioti. Iiecent cvcnts liavo callcd forth tlio uso of it in a grander nnd tnore sitb limo moaninR than orer beforo. Mrs. I. K. Uitmar, who n-sides at 800 Parker Street, lioston Higlildnds, Mass., savs: "I had been 6u(Terliig for four or fivo years vcith dyspcphia, )iuliuustiou nnd constipation, ex,peiieiicin constaiit. nnd Bovero pain in tho Ktomiich. Foryeats I nto searcely atiythiiiK, nnd could t...

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. — 9 February 1894

VOL. LIV. DOLLABS -FOR- HAVE YOU REAX) IT ? Tlie slory of our keep-wsinn Ovevcoats ; Of our Suits that suit ; Of our cold-day Sliirts ; Of our new and stylisli Neckwear ; Of our easy-fltting men's Ilalf-hose ; Of our Shirts and Drawers ; Of our 'If not, you can, with tlie greatesfc advantage to yourself. in and read it from tlie garinents tliemselves, displayed on our All nre plainly inarked at tlie lowest of out prices. Though politlcians kowl and bark, And raiso tho do'll with trado, . ' r"vrc Colo goes light And kocps tho GHAS. O-. GOLB. 1 Spot-Cash Cloihier and Furnisher, Opera Housb Block, Bennington, Vt. LOOK AT THIS What $1.00 will buy next Wednesday, Feb. 14: 2 ponnils Ql our best SOc Tcji, -2 pounds of Eice, 2 ponwls Best Crackcrs, - 3 pounds Oat Meal, .... 2 psumls Best It;iEsl i!, all this Tor Paeking Salt, bnslscl sacks, 48c .13 Hars Lenox Soaif, SUc F. L. BOTTFM, North Bennington. jgF""Watch thisspacc each wcck. Spccial prices ou evcrythin;.; for that day.J NOW IS TIIE ...

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. — 9 February 1894

PHR BENNINGTON BANNEK, FRIDAY. FEBRUAR 9, 1894. IN THE LOOALFIELD.' BENNINGTON OENTHE. Wo wcro .ncreeably cntertnincd and in etructcd on Tueaday last at tlio farmors' meotinK lield iu tlio old Aoaclomy biiild ing. As was mentioned in this paper last wcek, tlio Statn lioard of Agriculturo fumlslicd us with tlireo abloand wcll in formed npealters. who porformcd their part woll in helping to lift tho avorngo t'armer from liis rutty ways, and to im part to him knowlodge rjainod by cxperi cnco 011 tluiir respcctivo farms in our old Green Mountaiii Stato. Tho principal speakers wero: Messrs. Sanfoid, Spear and Vail, mcmbers of tlio Stato board. In spcakinu of our liospitality, IIou. Justin Sanford, "tlie lion of tlio tribc," said "thoy luvd bcen killed by kindncss," and thoy would "romcmber with pleas uro ilio farmers' meeting at Bennington Ccntro." Nearly ono lnindrcd attcnded the mcetinf; in the ovonins to liear Mr. Sanford handlo tho subject of "Enricli ine tho Farm." Tho gentlomen cm ...

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. — 9 February 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEJft, FRIDA1" , OT3RUARY 9, 1894 3 TOYE AND ACOTISTICS" THE CAPITOL DOME HELPS ON AN AFFAIR OF THE HEART. A Vounc Couplo Utillzo IU Peoullor Prop crtlca to OiitwJt a Stubborn I'arent A Nowspnper Man Suppree au Item antl Oets n Column Story. Jt was u the ofTlco of tbe clerk of thu dis trict courts: Ile bad Just planked down n dollar for a marringolicense, and a rcporter was about to add him to tbe list ns "one moro unfortunate, weary of siunl'o life, rash ly importunatc, going in for raarried trifo." but then bo spoke: "Say, friend, I wish you would leavo tbut outof tbe papcr." Tboobjector to newspaper notoriety wiis n plensant spokcn young fellow, and be tontinued arijumentativoly: "Now, I'm a newspaper man myself, and I know hovr you'ro fixed. You'rosent here to get tlio news, and natitrally want to get all of it. But if you'll keep that item out of tbe pnper for 24 liours I'll uive you a story woiVj. printing." A mero two Hne Item against perbaps a column! Ilcre...

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