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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 February 1894

0 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, FEBEUARY 9, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAT, FEBKUART 9, 1894 Mnslo ;oplOH ol the Uaiiner, lu Wrappem for ITlnllliij: lf Dc.ircd TIIItKIS CeiKx. OliUUIIIINO ItATIIS. BANNER AND WEEKLYTWBUNE, $1,50. BANNER AND BOSTON JOUKNAL. $2.00. DANNER AND DAILY JOURNAL, $8.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, 3.60. BANNER AND 8UNDAY mESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HARFER'S MAGAZINE, $1.50, BANNER AND IIARrER'S WEEKLY. $1.70. BANNERAND HAUPER'S BAZAR, $1.70, BANNER AND NEW ENQLAND MAGAZINE J3.65. Per year payable ln adancn. Send In your or ers. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIRBT CnUIlCn, BENNINGTON CEN TRE. rASTOR, REV. M. L. SEVEltANCE, Sabbath Srvice. 11 a m. 7:00 n ra: Sabbath School, 12:15 p m; Y PSCE, 6:30 pm; Prayer Bleetlnf. rnursaay, 'jshi p m; (jommumon ber vlcc. on thotlrst Sabbath ofcach alternatemonth, coromenclnu with Januavy, in connection with tne regaiar service, ai u:w a m. HIB 8ECOND CONGEEOATIONAL CHURCH, MAIN PTREET. rASTOIt, REV. CIIAS. E, SEYMOUR...

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. — 9 February 1894

TTF, RENNTTVraTOTSr RANTsTRR TTR.rn A Y FMRRIl A RV o fSQl Tlio flrst oost o bUok gamo is $4.50 n pair, witli'qnito as muclt tiioro for trans portatlon clnrgcs, and tho ci'Sfc of slnrp- tauea crousn wui m nonut tlio sarao. Wo oxpect to bo abln to land (juail horo at50 cnnts a pair. ArratiL'ernents will be mado s as to securo desirable iocatitios to bo ukp(1 as trarao prefiervcrs, v!ioro tlicRi! birds can be breil and theu bo dis tribut '(l ti) otlicr parts o( tho .State. To perform tliis work.succeisfullv tho committco should have at least $000 to $800nud tno oiders fot black game anil grousn sliould bo given at oncs. Tliis wo shall do ns soon as a sulflcientsum is sub- scribed to gnaranU'o paymeut on first l"t ot uirns. I'ieaso soml in your subsonu tious piomptly to A. W. Ferrin, trrasuror, xtiocipciiui. State oir fimo, cnv op roLEDo, i l.U0K UOITNTY t FeanhJ Cukney mikej np.th ilial lie Is the snnlor inrlner or tho tlrm of F J. Ciicnkv &Ga. dolnK buiiu"s In the cl. v of Ilcdo....

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. — 9 February 1894

6 THE BENNINGTON BAN FK1DAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1894. THE SLEEP BEWITCHED. inr LINCOLN AFTER ELECTION. I The fair was ovcr, tlio folk were flown. Bryan Itwoo walked home alono. Over tho Belds lio followed tha path That wlnds away to tlie liauntctl ratb. Over tlia flelds hla way ho kept; Tlicro In tlio moated rath hos'.ept, Under tlio lonely fulry tliorn, Such a nloop aa lie slept (.111 uiornl Thcro he lay ln a drcamy bcd, Dawny plllows beneatb lils licad. Round and round on masical foet Flowthe tairles to llddlca sweet. Ovor hlm, undcr hlm, roundabout Gambolled and galloped wlth-Bong and shout, Frisked and frollckcdand lauched forglce, JlgBlng and danclng merrily. Wrlnkled wltches, old wlzoncd chaps, Bcarlet mantlcs and crlmson caps, 8llver buckles on tlny broguos, Such a laughtor uf little roguesl Round and round wbllo tho plpers played, In and oui, little man and mald, Golden tresses and klrtles green, Clown and courtler and klng and quccn. Up tlio mtddlo and down actaln, llere and tlier...

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. — 9 February 1894

7 may be inherited, or acquired during life. Blood should be rich to insure health. Scott's Emulsion .ewMMiqw.Mrtir.wyjiwur of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda, cures all Blood Diseases, including Scrofula and Anaemia. It makes the blood rich and nourishing. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Persons troubled with skin oruptions and all who aro thln or emaclated should tako SCOTT'S EMULSION. Curos Coughs, Colds, and Weak LungSi Preparod by Soott & Dovvne, N. Y. Druuctsts soll It. SJHOElS. All tiia nmt calebratei im'iw aad latasl slylos are alwaps kep on hand, aul at pric93 that othar sfioo doilers cannotjcompate with. TRUNKS AND BAGS I A full assorturnt of thosa goods alv;ay3 on hand. JA.S. BZ. MILLER. fMMVIN slKKKC ANGTEER LGT OF JDST RSCEIVED. RULED AND UNRULED. SXTRA HEAVY AND FINE QUALITY. 90 SHBSTS TO THE POUND. ONLY 2 CENTS. TRV A POUND. Ssfc. Banner Statlonery Stora. Your Own Localitv mado cnsHyand houorably, wlthout capl tal, dnring yonr sparo lio...

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. — 9 February 1894

EKIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1894. 8 fHE BENNINGTON BANNER, A STARTL1NO STOKY. ONE OF ClVIL ANI ONK OF WAR I.1FE. A 15R.AVE MAN WINS A MKDAIj AND A WOMAN F1NPS A I'llIZI!. THKY WILL T.OTII 1NTEIIEST YOU AND TKLL YOU JU8T WIIAT YOU WANT TO KN6W. A raost fasciuatinR story comes to us from Montpolior, concorning Mr. Wal laco W. Noves and lils wifo, prorainont peoplo ot thnt city.' Mr. Noyes fou(?ht all tliroufili tlio war with diatinRuished braverv. IIo was in tlio battlea of tho Vfildoi'nefs, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, rolornburn, Winchestcr, Cedar Croek and otlicrs. Ile was wounded April 2d, 1SG.", at Potcrsburg. Jio is one of the fow pri vates who bavo over received a mcdal of honor frnm tho Unltud States govorn mcnt for distingiiislied bravery. Ho stood 011 the wall of tho fort atSpottsyl Tania in tho bloody anglo, and was the only man tliat lived in that spot. Mr. Noyes was wonnded scvcn days heforo tho'final surrcndiT, and np to that timo novor lost a rtay during tho wholo war, enlistinp...

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. — 16 February 1894

BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDA.Y, FEBRTTABY 16, 1894. VOL. LTV. NUMBEK 5 DOLLARS FOR ALL OUR HAVE YOV READ IT ? Tlic story of our keep-wnrm Overcoats ; Of our Suits that suit ; Of our eold-day Shirts ; Of our new and stylish Neclcwear ; Of our easy-fltting raen's Ilalf-hose ; Of our Shirts and Drawers ; Of our If not, you can, with the greatest- advantage to yourself. Come in and read it f rom the garments themselves, displnyed on our tahles. All are plainly inarked at the lowest of cut prices. 4&J Though politicians liowl and bark, And raiso tho do'll with tradc, Colo goes right o Aim icceps tne CHAS. G-. COLB. I Spot-Cash Cloihier and Furnisher, Opera House Block, Bennington, Vt. Oargains in Groceries 5 pounrts lSest Gloss Starch, 4 pounrts Best llaisins, 5 pouiuls Best Crackers, Fall Cream Cheese, JVo. G Parlor Brooms, No. 7 Parlor Brooms, -Best Cooking- Molasses, F. L. BOTTUM, North Bennington. BSfW.itch tbisspaco each woek. Come Wedncsday next, Birgain day. KOW IS TEE TIME TO BOfT ...

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. — 16 February 1894

IN THE LOOAL FIELD. 11ENNINOTON CENTBE. Tho Lockland, Ohio, News has an ar ticlo, under dato of tho 10th, aiul titlo: "Tho Horo of Shiloh Answers to tho Last Muster Call,"' that will intorost our peo plo. Gou. Ammen was tho fathor of tho lato Jlrs. Chas F. Scars, aiul was known to somoof ourcitizens. ThoNows says: At 2 o'clook, Tuesday, February 0, tho sad announcomonttliatGcii. Ammon liatl passed away from this lifo and that his spirit had frono back to II ira who had givcn it sprcad swiftly throughout tho valloy and ovor tho country. Tho an nouncomcnt was so unexpoctcd that at flrst it was liard to roalizo that a lifa so woll spent, and a friond so deavly loved, had answcred to tho call from that Groat Commander-in-Chief to whom wo all must soonor or latcr answor. Gon. Am mon was born in Bot'court county, Va.. on tho 7th day of January, 1800, and camo to Ohio whcn a boy, and has mado this stato his homo for tho Rroater part of his Iifb. IIo onlisted at tho breaking ont of tho wnr ...

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. — 16 February 1894

E3 THB BENNINGTON BANNEK, E1UDAY, PJSBRUARY 16, 1894. K Tho Thluuest Sheet of Iron. A trinropb of mechanical ingonuity, xinsurpassed in its line, is recorded at tho celebrated tin works, Swansea, Wales. The iron from wbich tho shoot was rolled wns worked in a finery with charcoal and the ustial blast afterward taken to tho batmncr to bo foruicd into n regnlnr flat bottom. thonca conveyed to tho balling furnaco, nnd wheii'suffi ciontly hcated taken up to tho rolls, leiigthcned and cut by sliears into prop er lengths, piled up nnd trausferred to tho balling furnaco again. When hcated, it was passed thvough tho rolls, back again into tho balling fnrnace, and when duly brought to tho proper pitch taken to tho rolls and mado into a thorough good bar. Snbsequently, at tho tin nnlls, it was rolled till it was Btipposed to bo thiuncr than 2U grains, afterward passed through tho eold rolls to insuro tho necessary polish, tho re sult being tho thinnest sheet of iron ever rolled th.it is, tho ...

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. — 16 February 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, PEBRUARY 16, 1894. 4 BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1894. Slnslo ooples ol tlio llaiiner, In Wrappera for mnlllns ir DeMred nrniciiK i;eni. CliUIIUINf RATES. 1IANNER AND WEEKLYTR1BUNE, $1.50. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAU $2-00. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNAL. $6 30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, 83.60. BANNER AND SUNDAY "RESS, $3.00. T5A.NNKRAND HARPER'S MAGAZINE, 81.50. HaNNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY. $4.70. BANNER AND HARPER'S BAZAR, $4.70, BANNER AND NEW EN'QLAND MAUAZINE. $3.65. Per year payablo in adtance. Scnd in your or er. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIRST CIIUHCII, BENNINGTON OEN TBK. PA8T0R, REV. SI. I.. SEVERANCE. Sabbath Krvice. 11 a m, 7:00 p ra: Sabbath tWiool, 12 :15 p m ; Y P S C E, 6:30 p m ; Prayer .Heetlnf . Thureday. 2:30 p m; Communion Her -rice. on thetlrstSabbathofeachalternatemonth, rommoncinfr with Januai-y, in connectlon wuh ttie regular (servlce, at 11:30 a m. SHE SECOND CONQltEGATIONAL CIIUnCH, MAIN STREET. I'ABTOlt, ItE...

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. — 16 February 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ElilDAY,, EBRUARY 16, 1894. 5 StATX OF OniO, TlTY OF TOLKDO, 1 . LOOKS CilUNTY , FiunkJ C'hbnkv rake ni.Hi that he l the senlor partner of the flrin or F. .1. Chknky & Co., riolag bnlnps In the cl'v of (Vlcdo, i"oimty and Stateafnresahl.anWhnt M flm will pav the mm of ONE llUNHmD DOLiaiii for car.1i and every cae of Caiarrh llnt tamut bo curedby the u.. of HAUrt Cth C.M.J oHKsEV Sworn ti befrrn me mid nibcrlbed tn mv r"9 cneo, tlis Clli d.ir ol Decenibji-, A. D . 1850. A. W. HLEASON. Vnlnrv PllbllC t iVnn intpruallr and actdltectlv oa the blond and murons furfaces of tho M-lcm. Bi-nd MrinMnw'MiKfrcf. F J. OIIBNKY & CO., Ti.kdo, O tSSold by Drugaisrs, 75j. - 1 SPECIAL liUSlNEkS LOCALS. PRICE8 -AT- FREAR'S UNRiVALED -AND- COTTON DRESS FABRICS -FOB- jjJT'LosT. On tho Bennington roul a Mink boa. Loave with Hattio Hrown, lloosiok, N. Y., and receive roward. 5t2 K-To IIest: I'wo or tln oo ilno ten cmonts with modcrn improvemouts, clcc trio lights, Rtcam heat...

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. — 16 February 1894

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNEit, FJRIDA, FKBBUARY 16 1894 9 TO A WITHERED ROSE. Thy span of Hfo was nll too short A week or two at best From budding tlmc, through blossomlag, To withering nnd rest. ' Vct compensation liast thou ayo, For oll thy Uttlo woes For was It not thy linppy lot To.!!vor.d disarscc? -John Kendrlck Bangs in Harper's Weekly. PAKSON TOM. Saddlo Hoss Peto's reconl in tlio roin Ing campa of the San Jiian district wns its unsavory ns liis crouching form was unsightly and lna hnnrso voico d.isagrce- nblo. Ho was a short, thick bnilt jnan if rnan he really was, for ho had raore the nppea'rance of n boy who shufllcd ahout and le-rcl at you v.'ith n devilisli grin which mado you ieel nneasy in his proscnee. His brain web quisV, though his pliys ical movemwiis yrtzt kIow, and ho was strong ns a beasl. His record was that of tin horn gambler and all round thief, Added to this ho boro tho repntation of having been run out of Leadvillo for horso stealing, and having escaped from T...

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. — 16 February 1894

fflE BENNINGTON BANNEH, FKIDAY, FEBBUABY 16, 1894. are signs of weakness. Don't wait until you are weaker and nearer Consumption. Begin at once with 6f Cod-liver Oil, wilh hypophosphites of lime and soda. It strengthens the Lungs, cures Coughs and Colds, and builds up the system. Physicia.is, the world over, endorse it. Wasting Diseases of Children are speedily cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION. It stops waste and makes children fat and healthy. Proparod by Soott & Bowno, H. AU tha mj3t calobratai au'xa.? and latest slylss are alwa?3 keep on liand, anil at pricea that othor s'.ee doilers cannot compato witli. TRUNKS AND BAGS A full assorlnicnt of thssa ijoods always on hawi. AS. K. MILLER mtm.un srnnnr ANOTHER LOT OF :W',''-JS8m'" JDST RF.CEIVEB. RULED AND UNRULED. . EXTRA HEAVY AND FINE QUALITY. 90 SHEETS TO THE POUND. ONLY 20 CENTS. TRY A POUND. PER EVEOWTM YOUR OWN LOCALITV made ensilyand honorubly, withont capt tal, di.riug yonr spare hour.s. Any man, voman, lioy, orgirl can do tlic...

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. — 16 February 1894

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, FEBEUARY 16, 1894. WHrOAN'TI WORK? WIIY DO 1 OET WKAK ANI) T1HKD SO KASILY? QUKSTION8 TIIAT AHB CON BTANTI4Y A8KKI) I1V TIIOUSANIIS. A I'HOMINKNT I1U8INKSS MAJf OIVKR AI VICE NEEI1KI) 11V KVKHYI10DY. Tlio world is illleii with weak, suffor inp men and women. Olilif they conld 0lly m!idi wpll nnil strong liow rlllTflr. cntthoirllves would bol And thpy can be so just ns well iir nut. Kond tho fol lowiiiR lottor from Mr. Josoph A. Slay. ton, onp of tho innst proniiiiutit nion of Calais, Vt. : "Two yoars ago, I wastakcn with tho la Giippo. I hario tke to my bod and was vory slck. I camo vory neav dcath. I was conllned to my bed six wceks. AVlien Igot up, I was very weak and could but jusr. get aronnd. I employed pliysicians who did mo very little good. ''I had a seriotw trnuulo wlth my licart, so bil that I fell and rocolvcd nerioun injitry. I was complotely run down and could not do nnv work on ac count of iiervous prostration. I was thoroushly (liscoii...

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. — 23 February 1894

' BENKINGTON, VT., FRTDAY, IeEBRUAEY 23, 1894. NUMBER 6 VOL. LIY. v V Evcrybody knows that Colo solls Suits that suit; thi tive good servico, flt aiiccly. and aro mado iu tho best possible mannerby' killcd workmen and desiguers, who keop right up with all new desiraf' Ayles. i ' 1 PRICE! - PRICE! - P CE When you look at tho prico yon will sold uny lowor, tariff or no tariff, freo YOU CAN GET BIG INTE11EST On raoney invested in our suits aud ovorcoats at our closing pricos, even for jicxt win'tcr's wcar. Cole aud. ti-G Broixmlea wid.e awakc To olaasiB'o tlie a.-o.ll cc3a.diticne, By tlieir low prices, T3-a.si3a.ess3 m.alcc, Jxl spito of polxticiasis. SroWT3ies. nTTAS. C3-. GOLE, Spot-Cash Ctothier and Furnisher, Bargains for Wednesday, Feb, 28 4 jounds of our 40 cent Japan Tca . 3 iounds of our 50 ceut Tea 44 pounds or our best I'astcrv Flour 4U pouniis Ol our uest uri'wi r luur 22 pounds Granulaied Sugar 23 pounds Extra 0 jgWatch tliis space cach week. : : n t rvr ftTl IIIII I nilW ...

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. — 23 February 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, PEBRUARY 23, 1894. INTHELOCAL FIELD. NORTH BENNINGTON. tSJ-Look for F. L Bottum's adyerllsement. Mrs. P. G. Mattison of Bennington peut tho day with hcr parouts horo Tuesday. Mrs. Edward Daloy of tliis placo, is ro coverms frora a long illnoss of nino Tfoeks. Miss Anna Itoss of Troy, N. Y., a formcr resident of this villape, is tho COobt of hor relativo, II. F. Larab. Robinson Hall, in falling from a piazza k few days ago, spraiued an anklo, which ho has siuco considored quito a sonous aiatter. W. R. Wliito is roilling buckwlieat at ibo old custom rnill. Ali tbo latest im provc d niachiuory is used, and ho has a -Jargo salo throughout tho county. Tlio Rov. Mr. Fay prcached at tho OJaptist church last Sunday ovoning. His sormon was vory iuterestinE, tho thomo being, "Heaveu." Tbe Young Men's Mcoting was loatl by 1. A. Dolph, last Sunday, who gavo a Biblo Reading. Noxt Sunday, tho mcot ing will bo load by Harrio Wbito. Miss Effio Childs of Bouuington, ha...

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. — 23 February 1894

THE BENNINGTON. BANNER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1894. WELL DRESSED WOMEN HANDSOME QOWNS ARE NOT NECES. SARILY THE MOST EXPENSIVE. Diamond DyesMake Pessible ManyStylish Sults Thelr Uss Grsatly Increased by Hird TimR Rloh flnlnrs That Will Not Fade, Crock or Wash Out. "Aboufc tho onlv thinj: the salo of which has beon increased by tho hard timcs, aro diamond dvos," said a lien ningtou drugglst. "Womcn hke to be well drcssed, and they flnd tbat by tho tise 01 tneso uanuy notno dyes tlioy can maice an old uress looic liko a nevr one, provent tho husband's clptlics from got ting 6habby, and kcep the chihlreu nico ly clothed." Whilo thtiioaro iifty difforent colors in diamond dyes, tho blacks (spccial kinds forwool, cotton, and silk and feathors), aro tiio most popuiar, as any color c.m bo dyed a haiKiMinio black with but II t tlo work or expense. Tho directions on tho cnvcluH'u aro so plain and explicit that ttio most iiifcxpciicnccd c.in do as well as tho piofcssioiial dyer. In ono of tho ...

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. — 23 February 1894

4 rfiB BENNINGTON BANNEB, FKLDAY, FEBRUARr 23, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1804. Slnulo :oplci ol tlio Itauiier, ln Wrnppors for laalllitg lf Denlrod -gmiltlt V.entn. GL.UUBIN1 KATIiS. SANNERANDWEEKLYTRIBUNE, $1.50. .BA.NNER AND BOSTON JOtJRNAL. S2 00. JSANNER AND DAILY JOURNAL. $6 30. HMiNNEU AND N. Y. DAILY PKESS, t3.50. BANNEit AND SUNDAY "RESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZtNE, $1.50. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, $4.70. HANNERAND HARPER'S BAZAR, $4.70, BANNER AND KEW ENOLAND MAGAZINE, 53.B5. . . , Per ycar payable ln advance. Send in your or era. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OIVD FIRST CHURCH, BENNINGTON" CEN TRE. TASTOR, IIEV. H. h. SKVERANCE. Sabbath S'rvlce. H a m, 7:00 p ra: Sahbath School, 12 :15 p m; Y P S C E, 6:30 p m ; Prayer Weetint. Thursdjy, 2:30 p m; Communlon ber Tlce, on llietlrst Sabbath ofcachaltfrnatemouth, commencing witb. January, ln connectlon wnh the regular eervlce, at 11:30 a m. inn 8econd congreoationai, church, MAIN PTHKET. PASTOR...

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. — 23 February 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, PR1DAY, EEBRUARY 23, 1894 5 year for blghway purposcs. antl tliero is no uecessity for action on this matter by tho town. In rcgard to artiolo 7 in notice of Town Meeting, -would say tliat wo rccom mended tliat an order bo drawn for tlie ammitit; nnd whatever may be collccted 011 tho old blghway accnulits, bo cred ited to tho cenpial fund. Th'.s 'amount, to-day, is flli.CS, but it is tnore than probablo that much of this will bo abated. By tho trausfer, thcre will' bo a Ao: crenso in tbo number of nccounts, nnd thn expenM) of keeping same. K. D. Wklmno', ) I. E. Ginsox, Auditors. E. B. Dalky. ) Note. Tho re aie ono or tvro errors in thoabove. Tho town clork says tliat tho osponse of indexing bhoulri be $332, instcnd of 5414.85. In tbo matter of fur nifiif niwl vrinfr tlin amount should bo $350, strictly speaking, exclu siveof'safo fmmdntions, piiieon holes, otc., in vanlt, and thcso would mako a total of $440.08. And as to inoidcntals, includinc ceal and elect...

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. — 23 February 1894

6 fJBLE BENNINGTON BAJSTNER, FKIDAY, JFEBRUAR 23, 1894. MY BOOK8. They dwell In the odor of eamphor, They ntand ln & Ehoraton shrlne. They ar "warranrtd carly edltlons," Theso worahipful tomcn of mine. In their crcamy "Oxford velluni," In their redolent "crushed I.cvant," With their dellcate watered UnlngB, They aro jewcla of prlce, I grant. Dllnd tooled and Morocco Jolntcd, They liave Zaehndorf's dalntiest drosa. Tliey aro trracoful, attenuate, poUshed, But they ir&thor ths dust 110 leus. For the row that I prize is yonder, Away on tho unglazod ehelves. The bulgod and bruiscd octavos, Tho doar and duinpsy twelvea. Montnlgno, wlth hls shceps'kln bllstercd, And Ilowell tho worso for wcar, And tho worm drlllcd Jesult's Ilorace, And tho Uttlo old croppcd Molicre, And Ihe Uurton I bought for a llorln, And tho rtnbelnls, foxed and floa'd, For the othora I nover havo opened, But theso aro tlio booka I rcad. Austin Dobson ln Lltorary Wcekly. . DOUBLE HEADED. "Of course," said tho d...

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. — 23 February 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, FEBR (JAEY 23, 1894. need a powerful nourishment in food when nursing babies or they are apt to suffer from Emaciation. H.WN.T, of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda, nourishes mothers speedily back to health and makes their babies fat and chubby. Piyst'czans, the world over, endorse it. Babies are never healthy when thin. They ought to be fat. Babies cry for SCOTT'S EMULSION. It is palatable and easy to assimilate. Prepared by Scott & Bowne, N. Y. Druggists sell it. AU tha niost GDlebratad makas and latest stylos are alwaps keap on liantl, and at pricos that otlior slioo deiler3 cannot compete with. TRUNKS AND BAGS ! A fuH asaortinent of theso aoods always on han. 409 MAIN 8TREBT ANOTHER LOT OF 'y - .07 w isrft. w" JUST RECEIVED. RULED AND UNRULED. EXTRA HEAVY AND FINE QUALITY. 90 SHEETS TO THE POUND. TRY A POUND. JOHN WEDDEBBURN, P. 0. Box463. Tinnnniilii riiai-lmrKcil Ri.lill.Ti ar.il tmllor who entitled iC now partlallyor wholl...

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