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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 March 1894

raE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, MARCH 16, 1894. BfeMINGTQN BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, MARCn 10, 1804. 81nclo uoploit ol tlie Itniuier, ln Wrnppers for Itlnlllns U Denlreii tllllKIt tieiux. . CbUniilNn ItATKS. BANNEnANDWEEKLYTRIBUNE, $1.60. BANNER AND BOSTON JOUKNAL, 82.00. BANNER AND DAILY JOUKNAL, $6.30. IJANNER AND N. Y. DAILY rRESS, $3.50. BANNER AND BUNDAY TRESS, $3.00, BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZINE, 84.60. BANNER AND IIAKFER'S WEEKLY, $4.70. BANNER AND IIAKPER'S DAZAR, $4.70, BANNER AND NEW E.NQLAND MAGAZINE. $3.65. Per year payablo ln advance. Scnd ln your or tn, ilELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIRST CHURCII, BENNINGTON CKN TIIK. l'ASTOR, REV. M. L. SKVI2HANCE. Sabbath Srvice. 11 a m, 7:00 n ra: Sabbath 9cliool,12:15pm; Y P SCK.6:S0pm: Prayer Meetlnt. Thursday, 2:30 pm; Communlon Ser vtoe; on the first Sabbath of each alternate month, coinmencing wlth Januavy, in connectlon with thoregular service, at 11:30a m. HIE SECOND CONGltEOATIONAI. CHUltClI, MAIN KTItEET. rASTOIl, BKV. CHAS. It...

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 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, MAECH 16, 1894. !jCloset Vaults and Eunnisn. This is.tho timo when tlio State Bo.ird of Uoalth Rny closet vaults slmll be clcancd. All orders will bo promptly attunded to by n rGliablo party by (ii dressineP. 0. Box 021, Bennington, Vt. Mf. JAPANESE CKEPES In nll tho vory latost ovonios sliiulcs. also in Mack and white, aro sellius vory freely nt tlio Troy Cash Brizaar Silk Counter at S Jo per yard. S-Fon Salk Chkai'. A small ac count npninst tlio Bennington Steam Bottlinjr Company of North Bennington. A liboral discount will be allnwcd. For partioulars, inquiro at this oflice. D-SAr.ESMnN Wanted. Frce pre paid ontflr. Ono of our apeuts has earned ovor $20,000 in fivo years. P. O. Box 1371, New York. 8t2 J-Card of Thanks. Wo tliank our neighbors and frionds, who kindly as 8istcd in tho Ioiir sickness, deatli and burial of a wifo and mother and, also, for their lloral ofTerings. Charlks H. Burnuam. MKRRITT B. BURNIIAM. Mit. Gko. E. Moon. JLai)Y Wantkd. ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 March 1894

6 PIJE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY MARCH 16, 1894. THE LISTLESS MAID. Sha wns a Uitless mald: her eycs wero blue: Perhaps licr thoughts woro grcat, but they were fow. Tlicy wandercd hero and thcre, and now and tlien To her retnrned, but soon they flcd ngaln. And nfter limo had lapsed and fitlll tlioy stald Her cyes that longed to know why they do- layed, Straylng away upon tlio faroll vlenr, Eoon lost thclr own in that moro dlstant blue. And though lier faco ia fair, as all agree, Thero'a vacancy whero two bright eyes Bhould bo. Youth's Companinn. A PIPE EOMANCE. I nm n pipe. Not ono of your common corncob or clny sort, but a respectablo, aristocratic plpe. My bowl is of flnest meerscbaum, colored most nrtisticnlly, theyellow blendins with tbe brown just enough to sult a fiihtidious smokcr. Jly stem, which ia carvcd with minute marguerites, is bo delicntely fashionpd tbat all who seo mo exclaim, "How beau tlfull" Tlien, as they rub their flngers over my umber niouthpieco, they ask, "W...

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 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, M.AECH 16, 1894. if allowed to run, will destroy the lining to Throat and Lungs, weaken the system and invite the Consumption Germ. Scott's- Emulsion of Cod-Hver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda, builds up the system, overcomes Chronic Coughs and Colds, and strengthens the Lungs. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. SCOTT'S EMULSION Is the most nourishing food known to science. It is Cod-liver Oil rondered palatableand easyto assimilate. Prepored by Scott & Bowno, i III ,. SHOES. AU ttia niosl calebratei makes on hand, and at pricss that other slioo deilers cannot competo witli TRUNKS AND BAGS ! A full as3ortm?nt of tliesa goods always 011 hand. JAJB. J. MILLE JO'.i M IN STTtEHr ANQT2ER LOT OF PHPER JUST RECEIVED. RULED AND UNRULED. EXTM HEAVY AND FINE QUALITY. 90 SHEETS TO THE POUND. , TRY A POUND. "WHERE DIRT GATHER8. WASTE RU'LES." GREAT SAVINGS RESULT FROM THE USE OF HJ.Eaton, DKAbKR IN r i issh uemcicry Work, C. D. GREENSLET. INtlN...

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 March 1894

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNEft, FKIDA?, MARCH 16, 1894. PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S HERO, Col, Wm. Sillowaye, Wliom Secretary) Stan ton Calleil th's Greatest Hero of the War Cuvecl by Dr. Greene's Nervura Blood and Ncrvc llemedy. Tlicro urvcr was ,i timo wlien so many of our frrcat and jiroinlncntpcr sons Imvo been ouied by ono and tlio eam'e vcmcdy, ns liavo bcen re portcd in llio pa- n(M iii latc, curcci iiv thiit wonderful iiiedical discovery. Dr. (Jreeno's Nixr- ura blood and nervo remedy. Hon. Ex-Spnaker Chas. .1. Novea of tlio i'jsksidknt lincoln. Miissach u s o r t s Scnato and IIhhhi of Kepresentatives lias becn cured ty tl's r.im:irknlilo inedlcino. and uow ri'iulrt the extraordinary ouro of the il ustrou "ol Wm. A. II. Sillowaye, ono of tlu moi t uoted offloers of tlio war, Greene's Nervura blood and nervo remo dy. 1 bouht a bottlo and when I had takpn two-tlniflsot it 1 uc"an tnimprove, "I kopt on tnking it, lmproving all tho timo. I now weiRh 13') pouuds and feal like my old solf npai...

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 March 1894

NUMBER 10. VOL. LIY. BENNINGrTON, VT., . ERID.M", MARCH 23, 1894. Somo of our patrons prefer to have their clothing made to order. To meet this detuand, we havo made ample arrangements to supply the wants of both young and old. Geo. W. Simmons & Co., tbe leading tailors of Boston, are now doing our custom work. iie name of this popular house is a guaranteo 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. HUD0DRED8 W SWLES W 8ELECT FROM. Call and look them over before ordering your Spring suit. SaidSusanto Kato: "?ou'll soon bo a bride, If tho round bout rumors provo truo. Your John's been well tned, often coaxed and donied, But he's proved his dovotion to you.' BLOIBK, IIIMMCTol, VT. BARGA1NS IN r.'f. Tir,,lw.. Flnnr 1'Aints. otc. nnolfnthnnlr. Afewnricos: 300 Doubl&Rolls Wlnto Blanks for 4 cts. 500 Doublo Kolls Hcavy Whito Blanks 8c. 400 Doublo Rolls lleavy Gilt Em- bosscd, - !8o mic B.i...

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 March 1894

2 rflE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1894. INTHELOOAL FIELD. BENNINGTON CHNTItK. Mr. Jolin'Hillor will moyo to Benning ton April lst. Miss Mary Weoks is to leavo soon to visit at hor brothor's in New Tork City. Mrs. Mary L. Hfirrington is improving, un'ler Dr, Strong's caro at Saratoga, U,Y. Mrs. Theodoro Lyman of Montreal, Canada, has beon visiting at Tichcnor Placo. Wo havo in rcservo a fow items, pootry, otc, callctl out-by tho rccont artiolo upon tho Old First Church, and Mrs. Wators's poom. Thoso will appear in duo timo in our columns. NORTH BENNINGTON. 137-Look forF. L. Bottum's advertlscment. Miss Myra rhlllips is spending hor va catiou at liomo. Miss AltaTozerisathome from Ver mont Academy for a short vacation. Mrs. Arthur rhillips of Troy. N. Y., is visiting hor mother and fricnds here. Lyman Tombs of Willaims Collego, is makinga short visit with his friends here. Mrs. Leonard and daughter of North Adams, spent last Sunday in tho family of G. A. Iiruffeo. Tho Rov. R....

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, MARCH 23, 1894. 11 A VVIAj account of tuk buffkkings AND KESTOKATION OV MJt.AND MRS. IIRNRY O. OWEN IIE. LATKD TO A KLA11K KEPIIIISKNTATIVE. Ilont Kicruclallnc Pain Knduwd I'liynl clann Helplcss-A Kemarlmble nnd Iu. tureetlng Nnrrntlve. imll (Frora thc Toledo, 0 Blade.) During tho past fow montlis thero havo appcared in the nnwspapcrs o tho coun try accouuts of mnrvelous curcs from tho uso of a mcdicino discovorcd by Dr. David Konnedy of Kondont, N. Y., and kuown as Dr. David Kennedy's Favorito Jlemedy. , , , , , Tlieso casos, many of tliem liold by tho mcdical profession ns incurublo, havo beon ko frcquently discusscd in tho nowspapcrs, tbat it has Icd to many peo plo usingthis prcparation, and thoy m variably havo had a similar statcraont to mako. Jilnny of thcBO pooplo havo beon told by their attending physiiian, that "thero was no hopo:" "recovery was im nossiblo." and a little latcr, was an uounced thoir rrstoration to health and istroncth through...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, FEIDAY, MARCH 23, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1894. Slnslo Coplos ol the lSannor, ln TVrappers for ITInlllii!! lr Denlred TnitllB OoiilH. CbOIIBING UITES. JJANNERANDWEEKLYTRIBTJNE, $1.50. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL, $2.00. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNAL, $6.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DA1LY PRESS, $3.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY TMIESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZINE, S4.50. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, 4.70. BANNERAND HARPER'S BAZAR, $4.70, BANNER AND NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE. 53.05. Per year payablo in adtanco Scnd ln yoar or ers. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIRST CHUItCir, BENNINGTON CEN XllE. PASTOIt, REV. M. L. 8EVERANCE. Sabbatli Srvlce, 11 a m, 7:00 p m: Sabbatli Sdhool, 12:15 pm; Y P SCE,6:30pm; Prayer Meetinf .Thursday. 2$0 p m; Communlon 8er Ice. on tho tlrst Sabbath of each. alternate month, eommenclng with Janunry, in connection with tbe rcgular uervlco, at 11:30 a m. THE SECOND CONOREOATIONAL CHURCII, MAIN STREET. PASTOIt, ItEV. C1IA8. lt. 8EYM0...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 March 1894

5i; THE NEW ODD FELLOWS' IIALL. When it hecamo lcnown. m Slarcli, 1892, thiit Ilenry W. Putaara, Esq.,would build an opcra house nnd block, on tho site of tho old Stark houso aud Noyes block. a committoe of Stark Lodgo of Odd Fcllows sccurcd tho rcfusal of tho third story of said block. After tho plans arrived, tho terrltory seciircd by tho Odd Follows coverod nll that part of tho third story, west of tho east sido of tho cntrance, r. frontago of somo 72 foot nnd a tlepth at tho shortost lino of 70 fcot, enlai'ing soveral foot as tno rooms approach tho east lino. This spaco, comprislnfr ncarly 0,000 squaro feet, has becn dividod itito commodious apart monts, and wjll be formally dedicated to tho putnoses of Odd Fellowship on tho Diamonrt Anniviirsary of tho Ordor, Apnl 2Gth, prox. Tho rooms aro 14 fcot in tho clear, and aro flBHhed with clefran.ee. Tho Lodjro room is 30x42 fcet, and is liRhted with fivo larjro wiudows on lts north sido. Largo foldinR doors separ ato this from tho as...

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 March 1894

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDA, MARCH 23, 1894. NIGHT AND A STAR. Fast bound I sat, tho tlirall of Inward gloom; Ileard tho grcat tldal rhy tlira of Ilfo and law; Unheedlng and wlthout emotlon saw Tho flowerllko world'a iminortal llnt and bloom, And a voice cchocd tkroush ray soul's dnrk room: "O helplesi on fate'n torront as a strawl To strlvo to fall to fccd obllvion's maw Such, and no moro, thy work and wago and dooinl" Thcn, from somo hclghl beyond Uieso dusks and dews, Jlcthought a sphery whlspcr flultcrod down: "To 8Uffer.and ln sllonco bulld thy days, To knlt life flrm and carn thlno own soul's praiso Buch, If tliou wllt (for powor is tlilno to choose); Such, and so grcat, thy task and mccd and . crown.'' Wllllam Watson in Spcctator. CHATYM. Tho old Gin-ln-ko, tho wnndering Btory teller of tlie Arnbs, in the midst of iuter csted henrers, told of the virtucs and glo riea of the prlnces of Abknssia. Ho told of one of these prlnces who wns surround cd by n lnrge court of cnvulie...

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 March 1894

THE ENNJQSfGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, MAKGH 23, 1894. 7 may be avoided. It comes root and grows only when Lungs are affected. of Cod-livcr Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda, overcomes all the conditions which rhake con sumption possible. Physicians, - the world over, en endorse it. Coughs, Colds, Weak Lungs and Emaciation pave the way for Consumption. SCOTT'S EMULSION cures them and makes the system strong. Propared by Scott & Bowne, All the most celebratod makes on hand, anil at pricss tliat other s3ioe TRUNKS AND BAGS ! A full as3ortment of thos8 goods 409 MAIN STKEET ANOTHER LO? OF smt&sszssa JUST RECEIYED. RULED AND UNRULED. EXTRA HEAVY AND FINE QUALITY. 90 SHEETS TO THE POUND. TRY A POUND. Banner "WHERE DIRT GATHERS. WASTE RULES." GREAT SAVINGS RESULT FROM THE USE OF But Healthy 1AICE OBGMIZED 1792. OAPITAL. $3,000,000. ASSETS, $10,000,000, aOSSES PAID NEARLT $70,000,000. AMOTJNT NOW Five Hundred Thousand Dollars of Property jn this Vicinity Protected by this Com pany...

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. — 23 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNBR, FEIDAY, MARCH 23, 1894. 8 THE SOUTn IN WINTBR. VIII. Pasadbna, Fla., March 17, 1804. Ono of Florida's sourcea of incomo, past, prosont niul prospoctivfi, is Phosphato. Doubtless it will always he a mooted question as to its oriciu. Matty theories liavo beon advaiiocd and each f urnish proofs satisfaotory to thomsolvos, at least, but nearly all agrce tho immcnso beds aro due in a gioat measuro to sua birds, probistoric, yot in secondary de creo. Florida, lu tho past agos was without question under water. Shell lisli of every discription woro on the bottom and "in tho swim." Their shells loft boliind, formod lirae banks. In tirao, theso wero liftcd to tho surf ace and abovc, soa fowls of various kinds mado this thoir homo, brccdinR and doposit in" dioppings for conturios. Rain caused an" inilftration and tho bird guapo containing, as it doos, a large quantitv of phosphorio aoid, owing to their diot, transformed tho limo iuto phosphato of imo. This has bcon going...

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. — 30 March 1894

BENNINGTON, VT., FBIDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. VOL. LIY. NUMBER 11. YES, "Wo aro a great success, and we are proucl of it. Every one we have seen or heard from, speaks in the highest terms of our "spot-cash" method of buying and selling goods, which enables us to make such remarkably low pnces. In fact, the reinark, "Trade witli Chas. G. Cole, and you won't no tico the hard times," has become a proverb. OUR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT is attracting a great deal of notice. Our arrangement to have cloth ing niade to order at the famous Oak Hall, by Geo. W. Simmons & Co., the leading tailors of Boston, enables us to guarantee satisfac tion in all cases, and at prices far below the average of custom made jjoods. May all of our clothing bo judged by its worth On its mcrits alonestand orfall. You'll flud tliat noDO equals throughout tlie whole earth, Thoso made at tho famous Oak Hall. Browniks. Bp"Wo carry tho largest assortment of Clothing and Furnishings in town. Do not fail to yisit us at the Oper...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNBR, FE.IDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. 2 INTHE LOCAL FIELD. BENNINGTON CENTRE. Bort Wilson has moved to Massachu setts. ' Mrs. Isaboile Lombard 1s with friends at Boston, Mijgs. ' Misses Mary and Lulu Robinson aro visitiiig at Troy, N. T. iMrs. John Delovan is still at Washing ton, D. 0. Sho will corao to hor sum mer homo in Ikfay. A Biblo class mcots overy Friday evcn ing and aro taught by a lady of Old First cliurcb. Ono roeoting that is not a card party. Mosdamos Conper and Snivelv have onjoyed the climata ofSanta Barbara and will return with tho suminor to tho old Bennington Contre. Tho Ladies Auxiliary of Homo Mis pions met at tho Leoturo Itoom last week and a good sum was contributod for tho State Work. Wo aro fow in numbers l)ut rich in viow of tho promiscs. NORTH BENNINGTON. 37-Look forF. L. Bottum's adverllsement. Wo "understand Dr. Nowton has ro signed from tho Gradod school pruden tial coramitteo. Misses Mabel Whito and Carrio Huling aro at homo on thoir vacation...

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. — 30 March 1894

THB BENNINGTON BJLNNEK, PRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. HENRY OWEN'S STORY. A YVll. ACCOUNT OF TI1K 6UFFKMNGS ANI) 1CK8TOKATION OP MK.AND MRS. IIENKY O. OWKN KE. J.ATKD TO A 15LAD1C KEI'ltKSKNTATIVK. Most lCxcriiclatlui; I'ain Kndurvd I'bysl. clans llulplcst A ltcinlirlinblo and In torentlng Narrntlve. (From tho Tolodo, O., Blado.) During tho past fow montba tbero havo .appeared in tho nnwspapors of tho coun try accuuuts of raarvclous cures from tho uso of a medicino discovorcd hy Dr. David Konnedy of Kondont, N. Y., and known as Dr. David Kennedy's Favorito Romedy. Theso cases, many o them hold by the medical profcssioc. as incurablo, havo beon so frequently disoussed in tho Jiewspapers, tliat it has led to many peo j)lo using this proparation, and thoy iu variably liavo had a similar statement to mako. Mauy of theso poople havo becn told by thoir attending physi-.ian, that "tbero was uo hopo:" "recovcry was ira possiblo," and a little later, was an nnunccd their restoration to health and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 March 1894

4 THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER ,y m BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, MAROII 30, 1894. Slnsle uoplc ol tlie Ilanncr. In Urannera for malllns if DeniVod HllUKK Ventm. OliUIiniNG KATES. BANNER AND WEEKLYTRIBUNE, 1.60. BANNER AND BOSTON JODBNAL, $2.00, BANNER AND DAILY JOURNAL, 88.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, 3.50. nXKNER AND SUNDAY "RESS. S3.00. BANNER AND HARPER'S MAGAZINE, S4.&0. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, $4.70. MTJNRrt ANT TTATIPER'S RAZAR. 84.70. BANNER AND NEW ENOLAND MAGAZINE, Per year payable in advance. Send tn your RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OLD FIR8T CnURCn, BENNINGTON CEN 1T.K. PA8TOB, REV. M. h. 6EVERANCE. Babbath Srrlce, 11 a m, 7:00 p ra: 8abbath School, 12:15 p m; Y P S O E, 0:30 p m; Prny.er JHeetinf . rnursuay. z:ou pm; vuiiimuuiuii orr 1kk. nn ihntlrstKabhathof each altf-rnatemonth aommenclng wlth Januavy, in connection wilU tae regular service, at u:aua m. XOT5 SECOND CONQREaATIONAI. CUURCn, MAIN STREET; PASTOR, REV. CIIAS. B, SKYMOUit. Sun...

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. — 30 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, FRIDAY, MAKCH 30, 1894. iinrtutiu aunuuL ncrunio. AUDITORS IiErOKT. To the UenninRton Gnvded School Dis triot: The Auditors havinK examinsd the books ond vouchers of tJie Trustecs, Treasurer and Collector, havu to roport as follows: Georce F. Grave?, Treasurer, In account vlth the Distrlct tax blll for tne year 1893 To full amouU of tnx bill ro cciyed oii grand it of 1893, $ 9,868 80 cn. By 1 percentdiscountontaxes pald trcasurer dirrct t 3C2 C8 By amount uftaxes pald trcas urer direct 8,704 30 By uncolli'Cti d tax bllldolivcr cd to i'red Godfrey, col 801 $'J,8d8 60 S9.SC3 83 Fred Godfrev, collector, In account wltn tax blll fnr the ycar lM'i To amount of blll received, Ueo. F. Grnves. Treas $ 801 83 cn. By collected nnd pald Tre1".. t 170 17 By taxei abitrd on list. 1693. . (25 30 By amonnt of inies remaln ing uncollected 608 41 801 88 $801 m Tbe collector has collected on tax blll, 1890, J lf.48 ' 1891, 29 78 ' " 1892, 79 01 $125 30 There remalns uncollected...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 March 1894

6 FOR D1Q OQ MIQ. Arotmd tho nouso ln eddying gusts The wlnd shrieked boldly; Adown my pano in slcct and snow Great drops plnshcd coldly. But Boft through tho hall, Past bolt'and bar, Camo tho toncs of a swcet gultar, And tho volco of my Norsk moitl slnging: "Flyder saa frl, flyder Baa frl, Golgathastrommen, dcn flyder saa frl, Flyder saa frl for dlg oc mlg." Aly lifo secmed chllled aa ono apart, All good donlcd me; Tho raln fell cold nnd plerccd my heart, No guldo bcsido mc. But a raro glf t of hope, - Liko tho herald star, Was borno on tho noto of that sweet gultar. And ln words that my Norsk mald was singlngi Jb lyder saa frl, flyder saa lri, Golgatha strommen, dea flyder saa frl, Flyder saa frl for dlg og mlg." Flowlng so f rce, flowing so frco, Rlver of licavcn, flowlng bo frcc, Flowlng for you and mo. E. II. Chase ln Mlnnenpolls Housekeepcr. Ilank Nomencliiture. Cbnttanooga has u Seabonrd bnnk, nl though soino hundrcds of milca froin tbc wnter. Perhaps thu name is borrowctl fr...

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. — 30 March 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EHIDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. ood may be inherited, or acquired . during' life. Blood should be rich to insure health. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda, cures all Blood Diseases, including Scrofula and Anaemia. It makes th,e blood rich and nourishing. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Persons troubled with skin oruptlons and all who aro thin or emaciated should take SCOTT'S EMULSI0N. Cures Coughs, Colds, and Weak Lungs. Preparod by Soott & Bowno, N. Y. Drurjslota soll It. SHOES. SHOES. All the most celebrated makoa and latest styles aro alwaps ko e on hand, and at prices that other slioe doilers cannot'competo with. TRUNKS AND BAGS A full assortmsnt of theso goods always on hand. JA.S. BZ. MILLER, 409 MAIN 8TKEET ANOTHER LOT OF 2i.'stt JUST RECEIVED. RULED AND UNRULED. EXTRA HEAVY AND FINE QUALITY. 90 SHEETS TO THE POUND. ONLY 20 CENTS. TRY A POUND. SBfe "WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE EULES." GREAT SAVINGS BESULT FROM THE...

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