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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 February 1894

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNEft, FRIDAY, FEBBUARY 23, 1894. SPBING NEEDS. "WlIAT EVERYBODY KltQUIHKS AT THIS season some tliinos ahk of tiik Utmost Impoutanck to You Tiiis WILL TISLI, YOU JUST WlIAT YOU AIOST NEKD NOW AND HOW TO OET 1T. In tbo Spring changes always tako place m our system wincii rcquiro at testioa. There is s. tired. la:icuid feel- ing, a deprcssion, tlio digcstivo organs become deranged, tlie blood is bad, caus- ing ino compioxiun to uocome auectea and tho ncrson fcclsan inabilitvto work. At Buch a time a spring modicino isab- solutely uecossary. It will overcorao all tlicso conditions. It will invlgorato tho blood, regulato tho digestive orcans. clcar tho comploxion and mako you fel strong and well. Tho following letter written uyAiiss jsettio Draserot 1'ater son, N. J., will liitercst you. "Sinco niy childhood I havo bocn ox tromoly nervous, easily oxcltod and at tlmcs suuering witli extromo norvous prustration. A year ago last June I was so bad tliat tho attacks wcie a...

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 March 1894

BENNINGTON, VT., FBIDAY, MARCH 2, 1894. VOL. LIY. NUMBER 7. Evcrybody knows that Colo sells Suit that suit; thatgivo good scrvicc, ilt nicely, and aro mado in tlio best possiblo roanucr by skillcd workmcn and dcsiguers, who keep right up with all now desirablo stjics. " PRICE! - PRICE! - PRICE ! When you look at tlio prico you will bo convinced that they can nover bo sold any lower, tariff or no'tariir, froc trado or protection. YOU CAN GET BIG INTE11EST Ou monoy invcsted in our suits and ovcrcoats at our closing pricos, even for noxt winter's wear. Cole aad t3b.e Bro-ursiies -rxrtcLo a,-wo,lco To c2a.a3a.g-e tlte d.-all crLd.iticxic, tlioir lecw prices, "b-u.sin.oss naalse, In. splte of politicia33.s. Brownies. GHAS. Gh GOLE, Spot-Cash Clothier and Furnisher, Opera Housa Block, Benningten, Vt. Bargains for Wednesday, Marci 7 "W":E3:-A.T "S"0"C7 j'OOR. ..OO : 12 noumls Compound Luril, 3 pounds Old Gov'l Jnva Coffce, 4 pounds Mlxcd Coffee, 25 Hars Lcnox Soap, 25 bars Dingman Soap, 1 ...

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 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDA?, MARCH 2, 1894. 2 IN THE LOOAL FIELD. NORTH BENNINGTON. Cff-Look for i". L. Bottum's adverllsement ArHinr Mattlsoii is visitinK frieiuls in Boston, Mass. Lyraan Tombs spent WasliinRton s birthday with lils sister. Mrs. Dr. rntnam of Bennington, was at tlio sociablo ou Tnesdny ovcninp., tho gucst of. Miss Maude Carientor. Mrs. E. B. Ilalland son Cllntoii,, wlio Uavo been on an cxtendod visit to f rjonus u Troy and noar New York, will bo liorae tliia woek. Wo hear of improvomont in tho hoaltli of Mrs. Dr. Nowton, who lias bccn somn four wecks witli lier auutin Briilgeport, Conn.,herforraor liomo. Mr. and Mvs. N. 0. Colvin wero very plcasantly surprised at tlioir home, Tucsday cvenlne, by a party of friencis frora Hooslck, N. Y., and tlns villasa also. Twenty-two couples woro prescnt, Edward Essex is in town, aftcr an ab scnco of ton yoars in tlio West. II is visit brings vividly to mind 1ns fatber s aetivo business lifo araonR us. and tlio chanRO which ti...

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 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FR1DAY, MARCH 2, 1894. 3 MANY WEARY MOTHERS. Tlrcd AVomen whose Nervous Encrsy ls nnt Enoiigh. Tho Sonse of Exhaustion tltat Paine's CeUry Compound Readlly and Perma nently Cures--The Experienco of Mrs. Butler as she Tells it. Thcre aro many woary mothors and 'tircd youiiR womon who never havo enough nervous energy to carry them through tho day. A sense of exhaustion comes from protracted ihdoor labor. tho abscnao of -pure air and suushinc. To meot tho ncf'dH of thcso spend- thrifts of ncrvo foico and vitalitv.l'aiiib's MliS. K. D. HUTLEIt. celcry comnound has becn propared. New htiemjth, new life, and uow healtli eomes to tlio wholo system. Paiiie's celery componud is tho result of the lil'o-lonf; study and oxpcrieiice if ono of tho ablest nlivMoians of his day, I'rof. Edward E. Pholps, M. D.. LL. 1)., Of D.ll'tltKMltll CollcRO His Hxpei k'nco was ono of tho larpcst, his scicntillo kiiowledge snrpased tliat of any prnctitioner of this iieiierati' n. I'rof. 1'...

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 March 1894

PHB BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, MARCH 2, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, MAROII 2, 1804. Stiislo !ople ol tlie llaiiner, ln Wrappers for ITIalllns lf Dcnlrod tailtKIC :enm. OIiUltUIN RATKS. BANNEUANDWEEKLYTniBUNE, $1.60. KVNNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL. S2.00. JNNER AND DAILY JOURNAL, $6.80. E&MNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, $3.50. HiNNER AND BUNDAY TUESS, $3.00. H&NNEU AND HARFER'S MAGAZINE, 54.50. BANNER AND IIARPER'S WEEKLY, 4.70. JSkNNERAND IIARPER'S BAZAR, $1.70, IS1NNER AND NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE, $3.65. Per year payable ln adtance. Scnd in your or RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OtD FIR8T CHURCH, BENNINGTON CEN 1RK. FA8TOR, REV. M. L. SEVEEANCE. Sabbath STTice. 11 a m, 7:00 n ra: Sabbath SOiool. 12:15 p ra; Y P 8 C E, 6:30 p m ; I'rayer MeetlDf . Thursdiy. 2:30 p m: Communlon Ser Tfce. on thellrst Sabbath ofeach alternatemonth, aqmmenclnj! wlth January, In connectlon wnh tKYegular service, at 11:30 a ni. rHE BECOND CONflEEOATIONAL church, HAIN PTREET. rASTOU, REV. CIIAS. It. SKYM...

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 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEJR, FKIDAY, MARCH J 2, 1894. B3?Vnit for tlio Smith Family. I-Lost, Stuayed ou Sioi.k.v A small, lijiht-brown or ll.ix coloicd, Sootch tcrrier dosr, witli lontr. straiirht liair aiul apparently no tail. Tho fltuler will bo rcwaided. V. E. SlMO.vnu. North Uenniiigton. 4t:l -To Kknt. A small iFiirnirnt lioiihu. Impiiro of E. S. llavrb. fiOtf. J-Tlio HUtorj of Muthndisin in Ben nington, Vt., by tho Kov. A. I). Henxt, pricc 50 cents; for salo st tlrj U.VN.M'.u Stationcry store. SJJTho C.vxxEn Bindcry. Jt-A pleas.irit, cnuvenient tcncinnit to vont, .mplv tu II iirUon I. Norton. imr. 3Miciiii:ilIiu Cnrfil Imii Day "Jlystio Curo" for rlumniatjsin and nouralin radically ourcs in 1 to 3 days. Ite action upim tlio systom is romarka bleand inystei'ious. It romovcs nt onne tho causo aud the dinease linroediately disappeais. Tho first dosc f-reatly beno flts, 75 oonts. Sold by .T. T. ShuvtlelT, druRsist, Bennington. 51 yl XVT Tho Waterman Fountain Tou writes Btendily, dnosn't...

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 March 1894

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, MAROH 2, 1894. FATE. Bho palnts dally plctures on plates And ombroldors for hours and hcrars, Wrltes verses Jmplorlng the fates To eprlnkio tmbltlon wlth showers. Ehe always ls up wlth tho lurk And is econ wlth licr cheeks rosy rcd 'Walklng rapidly down tlirough tlie pnrk WithhcrnoEDpolnteilstrnightwaynhcad. She lccturea on niummies and thlngs. That Burvlved In tho long nco hence; Sho's a corkor on solarlzed rlngs; As a llnguist sho'a countod Immense. Adroltly slio pulls at an oar. Can sho nct on a stnge? Woll, sho can. Sho has galued all lier wants and some 1 moro, But sho nover has collarcd a man. -H. S. Koller in St. Paul Globe. "Between You and I." Whnt In tho world Is to bo dono witb those otberwise good people who perBistin conversntion in usiug "I"nnd"he" Jnthe objectiveP Most of thene people know bet ter, though some of them ure collcgegrad uutes, but tbey go on saying, "Will you go with Dlek and I to the symphonyf" and even, "It was between ...

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 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, MARCH 2, 1894. may ue lnneriieu. , hul wubuiiiiiv... chested children are the ones to Everybody with a tendency toward should take of Cbd-livef Oil, with hypophosphites of lime : and soda. It builds up the system. Cures Coughs.Colds and Wasting Dlseases. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Hereditary Weakness and all Blood Dlseases are cured by SCOTT'S EMUL- SION. It is a food ricli m nourisnmenu Prepared by Scott & Bowne, N. Y. Druegists sell it AU tlia nmt calobrataJ mi'ias aii latest style3 are alwaps keap on hand, ani at pricos that other slioo dcilers cannot compete with. TRUNKS AND BAGS ! A full assortm-nt of thoso uoods always on hant). JAS. Iv. MILLER, (ODMAIN STKEKr ANOTHER LOT OF JUST RECEIVED. RULED AND UNRDLED. EXTRA HEAVY AND FINE QUALITY. 90 SHEETS TO THE POUND. ONLY TRY A POUND. 2&Sss PA P PROCliUEll BY TI1E Press Claims Company. Equal with tho interest of tlioso having elatms acainst the Uovcrnment is that of INVENTORS, who ...

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 March 1894

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNEJft, FKIDAY, MARCH 2, 1894. THE SOUTH IN WINTER. V. Tampa, Fl., Fob. 22, 1804. Leaving Pasadona, wo reachcd San Autonio on tliu narrow guago Orange Belt Railroad, via tcam. ea routo for tlie port of Tampa, on tho Gulf of Mexico. Narrow seats liero 32 iticlics beioR all tbo cluar room in ascat for two, repular "sparkinR seats" you soe, but alittlo un conuortublo iu nucli wann weatiier. Our flrst stop is at Tarpon Springs, some 35 rniles distaut, locatcd on tho Ancloto river, at its mouth. This is ono of tho pretty places in Florida, washed by tho tide waters of tho Gulf, and tho horae of tho spongo industry. Tho bayou wliich sots back from tho Gulf, nestles at tbe foot of tho raain strcot, and in thls bayou, springs cnter from a great dcptli, fresh water, and somo 300 feet acros. Tliis is tlio homo of tho cele brated Tarpon, a largo flsh weighing, in some lnstances, 215 pounds, and covercd with largo scales from which jowelry is mado. It is a grand sight to seo ...

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 March 1894

t1 BENNINGTON, VT., FEIDAyI MAHCH 9, 1894. VOL. LIY. NUMBER 8. HERE 18 ItSlETIilillii " ITEEITIkI Sonie of our patrons prefer to have tbeir clothing made to ordor. To meet this deniand, we have made ample arrangements to supply the wants of both young and old. nf Rostnn. are now lUUMJ m I name of this popular house is a guarantee of perfect work. lliey employ only the most skillful designers and workmen, who lead m stead of follow in the way of style and fashion. D8 OF SMflMS T 8ELECT FROM. Call and look thera over beforc Said Susan to Kato: "You'll soon bo a brido, If all that I hcar provcs truo. ' Your John's beon well tnea, often coaxed and denicd, , But he's proved liis dovotion to you. Bargains for Wednesday Marcj) 14 "WE3: .T1 "2"OXJ CA-ltf" BTTTT $1.00 : 12 noimds Cnmpound Lard, 3 poumls Old Oov't Java Coirec, 4 pounds Mlxert Coffec, 25 Bars Lcnox 8op, 25 bars Dliigman Snap,. 1 noimds Japan Tea. 3 Cans Best Copii. 4 Boxcs liird Sccd. 5 Roxes (i;.tc Mnttitcs, 3 pounds TurKIsli...

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 March 1894

2 NTHE BENNINGTON JBA.NNER, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1894. INTHELOOAL FIELD. BEUNINOTOif CENTBE. Miss SophT D. Hall of North Benning ton, visitcd lnonus uero tms wook. Mrs. Fannie Harrison. is stODDlnc vf itb friends for a sbort time in tho Stato of New York. H. S. Brown's fatnilv. at Hot Sprinffs, Ark., aro able to bo eut enjoying tho warm wcatnor. ana pieasant surrouna mgs. Tho voteran builder, Deacon Dowey Dunhara, is preparinfr to framo tne new oarn soon to De ercotou lor aamuoi u Sanford. Tbo whist club met last WodncsdaT cvemnfr, with Miss Kato Fool. lloiresh ments were served and an cnjoyablo timo T7as roalized by all. Tbe Ror. Chas. It. Soymour will preaoh in tho Old irst utiurcii ncxi ounaay. This carnest, cbnstian Rcntlomon is al ways warmly wcicoraoa nero. Quantities of manuro havo beon haulod on to the iiill, from bennington ana North Bennington, to be useu in garaen ing purposcs. Mr. Chas. Swtft kept eigbt liens last joar, and tliey produced nino hundrea and f orty-one eggs dur...

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 March 1894

THB BENNINGTON JBANNER, EKIDAY, MAECH 9, 1894. 3 AS FRIEND MEETS FRIEND. There is thc Same Grceiin? AH Counlrk'S. in The First Salulatlon is Invarlably an In quiry About Health The Danger of Closed Doors and Wlndows The One Cure for Neuralgla. "Uow do you do?" is the phraso nll over tho world. In overy languago the flrst grcotini; inquiries about tho health. Winter wiih eloscd doors and windows, eoal stoves and in-door llfe eudangers hoaltb, briugs a bad coudition of the blood and a lowering tono to the nervous system. "The most certain indiaUion of badly nourished ncrves," says Dr. Wier Mitch oil, "is neuralgU." ' Nothing rohs tired, aching norves of all iriitnliim liko nppropiiatc nurvo food. Paine's celery compound best meets tliis need. Neuia'lgin. rheuinaUsm, lumbago And kidney tioubles, due to poor blood, yiold to Paine's celery compound when iiothinc tlso givcs relief. MRS. L. VAJf ZUE. Mrs, L. Van Zilo of 202 Liberty Street, Pateison, N. J., whose portraitis given above, wri...

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. — 9 March 1894

THB BENNINGTON BANNEK, FKIDAY, MARCH 9, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY. MARCH 0, 1804. Sincle lloplcii of tho Uanneri In Wrnppors for lanllliic lf Dealred THItlCIC tienin. OliUHUING RATES. BANNER AND WEEKLY TRIBUNE, $1.50. .BANNlfR AND BOSTON JOURNAL. $2.00. 3BJJNER AND DAILY JOURNAL, $8.80. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, t3.60. IfANNER AND BUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZtNE, $4.50. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, 4.70. BANNER AND HARPER'S BAZAR, $4.70, BANNER AND NEW ENOLAND MAGAZINE, Peryeir payable In advance. Send In your or en. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIRST CUUKCH, BENNINGTON CEN TRK. PASTOR, BEV. M. I.. BEVEItANCE. Sabbath Srvlce. 11 a m. 7:00 p m: Sabbath School, 12:15 pm; Y P SCE. 6:30 pm; Frayer MeetinfVrhursday. 2:30 pm; Communlon Ser Ttee. onlhe Hrst Sabbath of each alternate month, cCttnmenCIng with Januaiy. In connection with tlie rcgalar service, at 11:30 a m. TttE SECOND CONOllEOATIONAL CHURCH, MAIN PTREET. PA8TOR, REV. CIIAS. K. 'SEYMOUR. . Ser...

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 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, E1UDAY, MAJRCH 9, 1894. 5' 2t2T"To Hknt. A. nmall tenemont liouso. Inquire nf E. S. llairl. flOtf. 3To ItE.XT.-Two m- three fino ten cmutifs with modern impvovements, eleotrio Hshts, stearti heat, bath room, etc. Apply to S- U. Kookwoou. "JoO Uuion street. 7tf. ANOTDEH WASHINGTON' EXCUlt SIQN. ( In nnswer to niany vpquests for a 'spcoml Washington Kxcursion, tho West Shoro Hailrnad has booked 0110 forTues day, Mnrch 20lh. Tickets will bo ac cepted only on tlio pxonrsioii train loav inR Albany at 2.40 p. m., aml will bo cortl rotuniiiJK from Washineton nntil March 80th, and from Now YorK until Apnl 2nd. Washington, with its wealth of attrno tions, ofl'ern groater liiducomonts at this Reasontluin any oiher clty. and appeals to overyone's tastr. Tho round trip rnto ofSlOis withln your means. and tho fact that you can stop over at Baltimorn, Philadelp'hia and Now York on tho ro turn tiip, oiTeis combinatiuii of oxeur sionsatone late. Romomhor, slcepinR cara run th...

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 March 1894

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1894. ' A UNIQUE DECISION. HOWTHE MISSOURI JUDGE SETTLED A BOUNDARY QUESTION. Both Sides rroveil Thelr Clalnia, and Each tfully Dlsprovcil theClalins of tho Other. Tho Squire Hnew tho Contestants Wero Not Responslble For tlie "Lawin." ABa Beeson served in Iho capacity of a justico of tbo peace inonoof tbe back counties" of Miasouri in tbo good old times preccding tho war. Hia Icnowledge of law was extremely limited, and he wouldn't havo known a mandarnus from an alibi, bnt ho possesscd a fino senso of justico, and liin decisions, tbough somctimes original, wero usually in fd vor of tho aight and for tho promotion of peaco and harmony. On one occusion ho had on trial be fore him a case entitled Hunter versus Riggins, in wliich the canso of disputo was a lino fcnco separating tho farins of the contestants. Tbe plaintiff was a youug widow and the defendant a bach clor, and a good many people, tho squire among tho nuuiber, fclt tbat it would hav...

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 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEH, PRIDAY, MAROH 9, 1894. Children must have proper nourishment during growth, or ' they will not develop uniforml". They find the food they neea in Scotfs Emulsion There is Cod-liver Oil for healthy flesh and hy-' pophosphites of lime and soda for bone material.' Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Thin Children aro not known among those who take SCOTT'S EMUL SION. Babies grow fat and chubby on it, and aro good natured because they are well. Prepared by Scott & Bowne, N. Y. Drugglsts sell It SvHOE8. ' 8HOES. AU tha most calebratei nukes and Iate3t styles are alwaps keap'; on hand, and at pricas that othar slioe deilers cannot compete witli. TRUNKS AND BAGSl A full assorlment of thesa cjoods always on haniJ. JAS. K. MIlL E R, 409 MAIN STKEKr ANOTHER LOT OF JUST RECEIVED. RULED AND UNRULED. EXTRA HEAVY AND FINE QUALITY. 90 SHEETS TO THE POUND. TRY A POUND. JHfc "WHERE DIET GATHERS. WASTE BULES." GEEAT SAVTNGS RESUIiT FEOM THE U3E OF o OLDEST AND STRONGEST ...

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 March 1894

fBE BBNNIJSGTOJS BAJNEK, FJRIDAY, MAECH 9, 1894. 8 Our Statesrnan Cured by Dr. Greene's Nervura- The Grcat Scnator and Representative Rec oinmonds Dr, Green's Nerviira- Blood and Nerve Remedy to the Weak, Ner vous and Ailing. It is the Best Spring" Medicine to Take. HOBABLV morc dr pcnda upon tlio cliar actcr of tlie rccom iticnilation tlta.ii on anytlilng' clro. If a person you persoiially icnow t'cllR vott lliat Dr. Gn one's Nervnra blood and ncrvo lem edy will oure you be eause it. Tiucd bim. you it iiih word for it. Uvra is iUassa chusetta' preatcst and foreniost stntos man wliom all our readers know, Hon. Ex-Speakor Noyes. of tbo Ilouo nf fii'p resentatives, w'lio tolls you wbnt ijiis wonderful mcflicine, Dr. (iiectiu's Noi vura blood and nemi n'titily.. bns tlotiii forliiin, and ailyisos vou 1 1 tnkf it iind KOt woll. if you aro slck, weak, nervons, eicepless. debilitatcd or mn down in licalth. Ho assurcs jim that itcined liim and lie is positivo tliat it will cure you. The no...

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 March 1894

NUMBER 9. VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., FRTDAY, MA.BOH 16,, 1894. HERE 18 iDiETMI' 1TEEST1E ? Some of our patrons profor to have tueir olothing made to oidei. V To meet this demand, wo have made ample ijrrangements to : supply the wants of both young and old . Geo. W. Simmona & Co, the leading tailors of Boston, are now doing our custcmi iwork. Ihe nameof tliis popular house is a guarantec of perfect work They eraploy only the most skillfnl designers and workmen, who lead in steiid of follow in the way of style and fashum ED8 OF SARBIPLE8 Call and look thera ovor before Said Susan to Kate: "You'll soou bo a bride, . . Iftheround bout nimors provo truo. Your John'a becn well tned, oftcn coaxed and denied, But he's proved his dovotion to you. DDfflgp (So CDELIE WOT-CASH CLOTHIER AND FUBDMSIHiEB, BARGAINS 1N 4ots" ;J00T)oubloUo!!8HeavyVl!itollla.k18c. 400 Duublo Rolls ncavy i.in- bossed, . - - enrinrr Krrnk Do not mis s wci -r"'n 1W 1S THE T1ME TO BUY ! COAL, WOOD, LIWIE, OILS, CEMENT...

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 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEft, FRLDAY, MARCH 16, 1894. INTHELOCAL FIELD. BENNINGTON CENTIIE. Tho following from tlio Boston Globo, will bo of some local intcrcst as tho Hon. Charlos S. ltandall referrcd to is fathor of Mrs. Jobn Wool Griswold, and spends a portion of oach sumracr with licr at Jiersummor residenco at the Centro: Tho caudidacy of Hon. John Simpkins of Yarmouth for tho Republican nomi nation for Congress in tho 13th Massa cliusetts district was announced acouple of wceks ago. Tho mattor lias now as sunicil formldablo sh po by tho proson tatlnn to Mr. Sirapkins of a potition bo licitinc tho nso of his namo, sigued by ovcr 1,000 llcpublicans of Bamstablo. No offlcial reply from Mr. Simpkins has f)con rcccivcd, but it is woll undcrstood that ho will acccpt tho invitation of his friouds and ueigubors to entor tho con tcst. This is tho potition: "Ilon. John Simpkins, Yarmouth: Tho Ropublicans of Barnstable county have, sinco tho formation of tho Hopublican party, al ways given uni...

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 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON J3ANNER, FJRLDAY, MARCH 16, 1894. 3 T MAKES PEOPLE WELL. Best Spring Remedy. in the World Paine's Oelery Compound. Thero is ouo trtio s)eoillc for disoases ariain : f n a djbilitated narvou sys tcm, and tluit is I'aino's cclory cnmpoiin.l, so uouorally presoribod by pliysiciaus. It is probably tlic most remarkablo remedy tbat tbo scieutillc roseaieh of tbis country bas produced. Piof. Edwanl E. Pbelps, M. D., LL. D., of Dattmouth col lego, first prescribed wbat is nov known tbo world over as I'aino's cclery com pound, :i positive curo for d.vHpcpsia, biliousncss, liver eomplaint, nouialgia, rlicu TOatism, all licrvous diseascs and kidnoy troublos. For tbo latrer, V dno's uelcry compound has succocded again and again where ovsrything olso has failoil. The medical journals of this c mntty havo given mmo npionin tho l.ist few ycars to the many icmaikablc cascs where tho use of Paine's celery o i po uid bas -mado peoplo well, tban to auy otlicr onc subjecr. THE SENATOR AP...

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