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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 September 1894

SBMI-WEEKLY BANNER, EEIDAY, SEPTEMBEE, 7, 1894. LAEIOR'S LOSSES. Whcncver orcanized laborhas attempt od to stay tho rcsistless lojjic of ovcnts, which has hecn steadily enforcing a low or scalo of wages, it has almost invnri ably mct witli dofeat, dnring tho past ycar. Tarift agitation, uncertainty and disnstor havo provcd moro tban a match for organizatlon and solf-sacrifico among the waRe-workors. Tho soft coal minors' striko. tho troublo at rullman and tho sympathotio boycott on tho wcstorn railroads aro tho tbreo moro important ovonts of tho past ycar, which direct attontion to tho losing character of tho fight which labor has bocn wasirjff. A rocoiit roport of tho Penusylvania la bor board iudicatcd tliat success had not smilcd upon tho workers in a sinplo ro cont striko in that Stato for tho rotontion of tho oxibtint; scalo of waues. Last month's reoord, althouRh it has not attracted particnlar attontion in tho nows of tho day, 6hows furthorlosscs for labor. Tho 8,000 mincrs w...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 September 1894

6 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEK, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. HOW TO MAKE A WOMAN HAPPY. If rou'd make a woman happy, FiU her heart wlth sunllglit rays, Make her llf e a Joy nnd plensuro And prolong her cartbly days. Do not thlnk in tjrand cndeavor You'd arrlvo at what you alm, Do not thlnk ln richos lavlsh Nor the bauble, soclal fame, . 1b the royal road to heavcn Por tho rlches, fame nnd spleudor In her llfo is but a part. , And allay lnternal strlfe i ' Is tho little klnd attentions, , The amenltlcs of llfo. Ned Whately ln Dotroit Freo PrC6. CIECUMSTANCES. Tho klng of Clrcumstancos wns fccllng decldcdly chccrful. llo had just hoard Bomothlng that pleascd him immonsoly. Ho had scnt a lcglon of Circuustanccs ngalnst a ccrtaln man who had, bcforo that, boon cortaln of succcss, nnd tho man, oftcr a despcrate Btrugglo, hnd capitulatcd to tho lcglon by dylng abjectly. So tho klng of Clrcumstancos Bmllod and sald to ono of liis Clrcumstancos: "Tho klng dcslrcs to bo nmuscd. Lct thoro bo gamcBl" By tho tiino...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAtfNER, FJEUDAY, SEPTEMBEJR 7, VENUS. Rcsplondont Ilespcrus! lono evonlng Btar, Thou; when tho dawn woko ethoreal holght Aa the mandate went forth, "Lot thero bo Hcht," Dldst from thy rcalm, wlth nor hindranco nor bnr, Look down, keeplng Bilont viglla afar. Wcstcrly courslng, tho shccn in thy tllght Klndlcs to glow on tho edgo of tho ulght, Truo on tho track of day's oriont car. Tho play of thy ilamo in full plenltudo Pierclng dim rcachcs of lnllDitudo, Like, ns n rainor cliord strlcken has blrth, Sadly o'er ruina fnll shadowa of carth, Ouido thou through linio mortals farlng tho way. tVho holds theo in orblt, dcstlnles sway. Elraa Folwell. AT CLIPPEE GrAP. "Thoso hounds must bo drlvon out," Bald tlio gencral, lowering hls floldglasscs nnd turnlng n palr of cold gray oycs tipon a Btnff ofllcer who wos standing ncnr. "If wo could got a battery into Clipper gap," rcspondcd tho ofllcer addrossed, "tho qucstion might bo soon sottlcd nnd at closo rangc. Thoconflguratlon of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 7 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAMER, FEJDAy, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. A Hatter wMch is Exciting Mach Talk. It Concerns a Well-known and Proraincnt Famlly. The Wife of an Honored and Re- spected PablioMan. writes a Letter. G. A. Williamson, Esq., has for thirty- ilve yoars becn City Recordor of Docds, of Providenco, It. I. During all this tlmo lio and liia faraily havo occuplcd vory prominent position m Providenco, whero tlioy aro hold in tho utmost regard and estoem by overybody. Tlioy reside at 8, Bradford streot. ilrs. Williamson has for a long timo becn a great suffercr. Sho has latoly beon curod of hor complaints by a most remarkablo remcdy, and horlovo for hor follow-boings is such that sho writes tho following letter telling thom just what to do to bo strong and well: "For sorao timo I had beon troublcd with numbness of my bands and arras It was vory distressing and a constant annoyanco to mo. My ncrvous systom was badly affectcd. I was unablo to slccp, gctting but vcry little rest at night. I suilcr...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 11 September 1894

;"&iv " I JjrC VOL. LTV. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 39. OLEARANCE SALE. GOODS AT COST I. Eoom must bo mado for Fall and Wintor Stock. Wo don'tintcnd to carry anything over. AI1 must bo sold REGARDLESS OF COST. Congress can lo no moro mischief. Businoss will now boom. Wo are now buyiug for Fall and Winter. Goods aro scarco and prices must soon ndvanco. Now is your opportunity. Como to us for Low Frices in readv mado Suits and Furnlsbings. CUSTOM MADE SUITS from $12.50 to $00. 800 Samplos to Bolcot f l'om. Our Ono-Prioa-Cash system onablcs us to Defy Compotition. All goods guaranteed as rcprcsentod. Your monoy back if you vrant it. Tbo noiso of great bargaius is abroad ii tbo land And tbo peoplo aro ilocking to C. G. Colo's storo Whero tbo rcign of low prices, triumpbant and grand, Bring satisfied custoraors tbcro by tbo scoro. CHAH. Gk COLE. Opera House Block, RUSSELL & MARCH Continne bnsiness at their stand on County street, at tlio ioot of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 11 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKM BANNER; TIJESJDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1804. SIiikIo Uoples ol tlie Baunor, In Wrappora for Itlalllns lf Denlred TYFO Venls. ftgT'Watch the date opposito your navie on thla paper. It shoios that your subscriptlon is credited on our books to tliatdatc. Ifthc date is not changed with in a few days from the time aremittanceis made, notify the publlslters. Ciias. T. Burt passcd Sunday with liis mothor in Castleton. Jekesiiaii Sullivan of Watcrvliot.N. T., is sponding a oouplo of weoks with fricnds hcro. Tue residonco of Samuol Keyes on Main strcot is boinpr improved with a coat of paint. Mit. and Mns. J. n. Mooke woro rcc istered at tho Exchango hotel in Mont pelier, Saturday. The last day to savo tlio four por cont. on taxes, is September 29th. "A word to the wiso," otc. A. P. CniLDS has bogun the erection of a new house on his lot fronting on Grand Viow stroot. At tho Cambridge fair. Friday, tho b m. Trill, cntered by F....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 11 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEE, TDESDAY, SEPTEMBEJR 11, 1894. Now Opora Houso Managemont. A clianco 1s announced to havo takon ?uso. i'. m. iinanv. wuo lias beon Viio8Beo anu manncer sinco lt was ononed. by a company coroposod of sixtoon of tho manufficturers and loadtng businoss mon of the villago, wlio havo takon a new leaso at roduccd fisruros, and who hopo to run it auccessfuUy. Tho namcs of thoso who in tho futuro aro to conduct tho houso are: L. F. Ab bott, Goo. F. Loonard, II. S. Bincham, W. II. Bradford, E. W. Bradford, F. M. Tiffany, Eli Tiffany, (ico. F. Gravcs, F. S. Tratt, Dr. A. S. M. Chisholra, I. E. Gibson, Wm. Morgan, Wm. Canipbell, C. A. Wood, L. P. Norton, E. L. Sibloy. Tho board of managors is n. S. BinR ham, ohairman; C. A. Wood, Becretary; I. E. Gibson, treasurer; Geo. F. Leon ard, F. M. Tinany. Tho company, comprisingas it does, somo of tho woalthicst mon in tho vil lago, cannot lack for flnancial backing onoufth to run tho houso, flrst-class in ovory rcspect. Thoy havo as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 11 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAEM1K, TuESDAY, SBPTEMBER 11, 1894. McKinley on the Tariff. Concludedfrom ist Page. Amcricau farmer. Whero bas it givon liopo? Whoso faotories will it sot to work? It has improvcd, confcssodly improvcd, no Amorican intorosts what cver, unless it bo tho Sugar and Whiskoy Trusts. It will not start a singlo new iactory at homo. It will not lifjht a soli- 4-- ! - 1, , Tf . 1 1 1 i creaso tho domand for labor at homo. Whatover hopo it brings is to tho alion and tlin nrrantrer. Whatavw indnstrv it quickons lies boyond tho soas; it is not located benoatli our flag. "Bettor than tho law o 1890! A law undor tho oporation of which ovory man in this country was omployod at good wagesl Eyery faotory was running at its full capaoity, and tho consumor was socuring tho noccssarios of lifo cboapor thon ho had evor recoivod tbotn boforo. Dooi any tboughtful man boliovo that tho law of 1894 will ovor restoro tboso lappy conditions horo in tho United Statos? Tho law of 1800 was onactod fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 September 1894

dejnin liMu 1 uii mm DANr,ri. VOL. LTV. BENNINGTON, VT., FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 40. It seoms impossible to get a black worsted CUSTOEI EADE SUIT for S17.50. Yet we will make you one and onarantee it epal in every respect to tne regnlar Jif' $25 Suit. In stead of paying fancy prices h for your Fall suit, let us make you one and save yon from Wo can do it, and all wlio have done business with us will tell yon the same. Some will tell you we can't fit vou, bnt let us refer you to tliose who jx liave had tlieir suits made by us, if we have pleased them. Why can't we plese yon? CHAS. GK COLE, Opera House Block, - Bennington, Vt. OO TO .... RICHAEDSON'S Green Houses tor best quality &. lowest prices. 18 A LARCE LBT IF BLB IMB) GEORGIA P MOOD AIL STSHBTLV FIRSTHBLA88 UJMBER. JU8T RECEIVEID BY (D8qDd MaDdDGQ sqdqqD tBoaBDdlcsiPSs53 THE BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRI- DAY AFTERNOONS. fEnternd &t the Bennington Post Ofllco a Recnnd-clasi matter by C. A. PI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAJNNEK, RRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. THE LITTLE ONES. Dr, Grinnell Reoommends Lacfafed Food. Cholera Infantum is Reaping a Harvest. lactated Food Is thc Snrest Pre vcntlve. It Has Saved Tnousands of Infant Lives. Every Parent Snould Now be Sup plied With It. "Afterusing lactatccd food for flvo ycars in cases of cliildron suffering from cholera iufantum, and in dobilitating or wastiugdiseases, dusing which timo it novor failed mo, I liavo ploasuro in call ing tbo attontion of physciaus to it, and in rccoramonding its uso." So says A. P. Grinnoll M. D., dean of tho mcdical faculty of tho University of Vermont, and tho statomont is published in tho Ladios' llomo Journal. Tho statomont is of inestimablo valuo to mothers. Moro than a flfth of all tho babies born in Vermont dio boforo tboy bavo lived a yoar. And two-thirds of theso dio in summcr of cholera infantum and kindred discases. Higb temporaturo makcs it difficult for baby's stomach to digcst its usual food. It is then...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 September 1894

SEJMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FK1DAY, SEPTEMBEE, 14, 1894. V MOJAYE CEELDREN. WDIAN TOTSTHAT ARE NOT BROUQHT UP LIKE OTHER BABIES. They Aro Tauglit to Kun, ImtThat Is Abont All No Soap Is Wostctl on Thcm, but They Aro llcaltliy and Aro Goneroll llright ond l'retty. I If tho wntchful Amorlcan mothor who oarcfully guards hcr baby ngnlnst thocold nrl cflt-pq n flnllv bnfh In r.orfilTnnn1 wn. ter could follow n Alojavo Indian child througU its infnncy', slio would moro than onco bo honor strlckcn at vrhat Bhe saw. Tho Mojuves aro an lndolcnt tribo who llvo in thosouthcrn partof Callfornla and tho wcstern pirt of Arizona. Tho mon and womcn aro aliko stoutly avcrso to any thlng liko mnnunl labor, and thoy gather about tho towiis aml llvo ln a mlscrablo way otf tho procccds froin tho salo of curl ous blts of pottcry which thoy fashlon frora rcd clay auij bcads. Tho Mojavo womon ago rapldly. Tholr faccs wrlnklo and wlzen bcforo thcy aro 80 years old. Tho Alojavo baby ls a prccoolous croa turo. It co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANEK, FEIJDA?, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1804. Slnclo tioplcs ol tlie Itunncr, lii Wrnpporn for Mnlllns U Bciilred TTVO (Jeuts. ZJT'Watch the date oppostto your name on this paper. It shows that your subscriptlon is crcdited on our books to that date. Ifthc date is not changcd with inafew days from the time arcmittanceis made, noltfy thepublishers. Ijia DaytoN of tho Soldiors' Home is visitinR iu Middlobury. Mns. M. Culliton, for somo timo ill, is worso this aftornoon. The annual parado and inspoction of the flre dopartmont to-morrow. Daisy Mokse, a graduato of tho Grad cd school, is teachinff in Woodford. Jamks Bassett lias returnod from his visit to his daughtor in Brooklyn, N. Y. IlAitT has a "hig salo" at tho Mill Storo. Road his announooment to-day. Quite a frost is roportod in some sec tions, Wcdnosday nicht, but oompara tiyoly little damago is roported. Mu. and Mns. L. C. Easton aro ab sent this wook visitinfr friond...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAOTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBJER 14, 1894. Pownal. Tho barn of Leandor Etcs was struok by llghtning iu tho lato atorm; insurcd. Tho Itev. E. L. Amold htia retunod from his vacation, looking rauch im provcd. Tho Rov. A. D. Clark beiug abaont on Ms vaoation, tho UaptiRt pulpit was oc cupied Sunday by Herbort Ilomonway, who is studyiiiR for tho minlstry. Tho school dircctors of tho town mot Saturday anil sulcctcd tcachors for tho onsuing'ycar as follows: No. 1, pram mar dopartment, Miss Jonnio E. Howitt; primary dopartment, Jliss Annio Haloy; No. 2, Miss Carrio Ilotaline; No. 4. Miss Jonnio E. Barbor; No. 0, Miss Hattio Montgomery: No. 8, Miss Uush Grady; No. 12, Johu D. Moslicr; No. 13, Mrs. Ellda Dcau Gardnor; No. 14, Miss Eunico M. Ladd. Thcro may bo some changcs mado in tho abovo. Burglars cntored tho houso of G. T. Parker Monday nlght. Tlio intrudors took out a screcn in a olothesroom on tho flrst iloor. tho window having bcon lcft open. Tliis seomed to bo tho only room onto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLSf BANNEJR, FJRTJJAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. ELECTRICAL ACCIDENTb. tlOTV to Hender Qulck AliUo a Tcrson Who Has Ilocu ShockciL An English elcctrlcal papcr calls ntten tlon to tho lrnportonoo of lustructlng pcr ms not only how to trcnt thoso lnjurcd ijy nn oloctrio shook, but moro partlcular ly how to romovo such victlms from tho clicults vrhon suoh circulte aro still nllvo. Bo chs cases lu whlch a sooond dcath ing lgnoranco ns to how Buch victlms ehould bo handlcd. Ho polnts out ttio dnn rt tniinWni thn hodr nTcvnt. tlimiirh tho modlum of Bomo lusalatlug mnterlal nnd suggcsts flrst taklng oft Eomo ono's own olothoa nnd wrnpplng thein nrournl tho hnnds, or ot irmklng a bumllo of such clotb.es nnd forclng them betwocn tho vlo tlm nnd hls oonnectlon with tho carth. On thls subjcct Tho Eloctrlcal World snys: "Thq publlcatlon of Dr. d'Arsonvul's vnl uablo 'rtrmula' noincly, tliat a ninn ehocfccd by oleotrlolty should bo trcatcd a9 if drowncd, has ca,lcd forth other articlca on thl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEE, ERIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. A GEM OF GOSSIP. Mrs, Shnndy vras on hor way to markefc ono morning. 'Twas tho hour that mon go to buslncss, klsslng thelr wlvcs goodby or partlng vf lth thcm coldly, glnd of tcin porary rellef from dlsagrccablo homo rulo. As Mrs. Shandy pnsEod tho homo of tlio Traffords on tho next squaro flho hoard n tnonolorruo from tho sldo door vfhlch rav lshcd hor cnra. Sho Etoppoil qulokly caough, you may bo Buro, and caught cvcry word. This Bido cntranco bolng lnclosod by n hlgh fcnco, sho could not soo tlio spcakor, who was ovldently ln oarncst, and not do Ilvering hlmsolf of any honcycomb awcct noss elthor. "You will havo to go back to your mothcr. You havobcon falso and foolish, and I'vo lost all rcspcct for you. Porsua don and klndncss havo no Influonco wlth you, and I'H not stand thi3 statoof thlngs anothcr day. Bo qulet. I'vo had tho last Word I want to hcar. Tho Boonor you go i&jw tho bcttcr. Whcn pcoplo can't livo toccthcr ln peaco,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 14 September 1894

8 Hope Kills Despair! And Beautiful Kesults Sure - ly Follow. Badly and Must IlaTe. Even if You Have Given up Posses "sing it Tliis will Givo You Hope. Nouralgia and norvousnoss aro foarful ly provalont Thero is no moro painful ijseaso than nouralgia. It indicatcs a 'discased stato of norvos and blood and tho most torriblo sufforing is often pres cnt. Most ovoryboay is nervous, and this is moro dangerous than most tbink, for, as in tbo caso of tho Troll-known S. W. Andorson, Esq., of Warren Mass.j it is Tery liablo to load to nervous prostration and paralysis, if not oured. IIo writos as follows abouMiis wondorful recovory: "Somo timo ago I was alllicted with nervousness and nouralgia. Tho pains I suffcred wero frightful. Thoy com "mdncod in my legs and arms and thon wcnt to ray hoad and faco. Finally I had a paralytio sbock on my right sido "Wllich laid mo up completoly. "I continucd suft'erinpr tho most terri ble agony from neufalgia and was noarly dcad with pain. I took ovcry thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 18 September 1894

VOL. LIY. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 41. r It seems impossible to get MADE 17.50. Tet we will make you one and every respect to tlie regular stead of paying fancy prices let us make you one and Ye can do it, and all wlio us will tell you the same. fit you, but let us refer you to SUila Ulituu Uj uo.ii ivo uavu icaaou CHAS. G Opera House Block, BUSSELi & MARCH Continue business at their stand ou County street, at the ioot of School Street. Although the times are said to be hard, they are as well prepared now as ever to contract for build ing new houses, repairing or improving old ones, as ever. Their facilities for doing first-class work are not ex celled by any firm in town, and the help employefl by them is first-class. As the time is now approaching when Goal and Wood are to bepurchased, they beg to announce thatthey can fill all orders for those necessary articles at short no tice. Every pound of coal is screened before it leaves the yard. Wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 18 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEB, TuESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894. sTirisIo t)oplo ol tlie Uaunor, In Wrappors ffor lanlllnc if Deslred T1TO SJent. KjT'Watch thc date oppostto your nawe on this paper. It sltows that your mbscriptlon is credited on our books to that date. Ifthe date is not changedviith in,afeio days from thc time aremittanccis viade, notlfy the publishers. Days and niglitp of cqual longtb. Almanac Suramor cnds noxt Friday. Tjie lato rains have givon a grcat push to vegctation. TnE last day to pay taxos and obtaiu tlio 4 por cent. discount, is Soptember 29th. James Lee, agcd 74, diod Saturday aud his romains woro takon to Dorset for burial. Mks. H. M. Babhitt of Ilazardvillc, Conn., is visiting ber nicco, Mrs. Asa F. Loomis. Mrs. TJben Winslow went -to New Tork for a short visit, whon Mrs. W. J. Blair returned homo last week. Charles Winslow and wifo aro sadly afflicted by tho doatb yesterday of tboir httlo child, Dora, agod a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 18 September 1894

SBMI-WEEKLY BANNER,' TUEBDAYSEPTEMBEH 18, 1894. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. Bennington Contre. liaj. John B. Fassott and family havo roturnod from a few days' sojourn in Connecticut. Misses Jonnio and Carrio Robinson aro spondinK a fow woeks at Saratoga Springs. Charles P. Sears, Horbert and Goo. A. Robinson, bavo becn spcnding a fow days at Saratoga Springs. Samuel 13. Sanford is making dooidod improvomcnt8 on his preraises iuljoin ing the academy building. Quantities of vogotables havo beon baulcd from bero to North Adams this surnmor, and sold to dealers. Wm. F. Itobinson and wifo of Donver, Col., aro visiting their sistor, Mrs. John 13. Dolevan of Walloomsac stroot. Tbo critical condition of Miss Sarah Brown, daughtor of Hinraan S. Brown, is thonght to be chancfed a little for the botter. Tho faraily havo the sympatby of all during these trying tiraes. Deming Ilall and family of North Ben nington are enjoying thcir stny for awhile in tho Carter Ilall bouso on Mt. Anthony strcot. North B...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 18 September 1894

SEMI-WEEELY BANNER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894. AWRONC TO LABOR Congressman O'Noil, in his enthusias tlo defenso of tho doings of Congress, says that, undor tho cbanged conditions, industrial cntorprisos should start up, and that thoro nced bo no reduction m tho wages of operatives. Concoding that bo is honost iu tho expression of this opinion, it is mauifest that ho is not fa miliar with tho workiugs of tho largest and most important of thcso industrios. TIo doos no soo that labor itself is a com- HloUlby, uuu Wiali 11S pi'ioo lt goooiuuu u) tho inoxorablo law of supply and domand in sbort that thoro is a markot prico f or When mills aro running full timo, on ordors that pay oven a small proflt to tho manufacturor, ho will pay good wages, and ovon go a bit.beyond.tho avorago in liis dcsiro to got ouiciont noip. aii wou manaccd mills want coinnotont workors, and undor sucb conditions can afford to pay them well. But whon competition comes in by which ono of tbem is ablo to obtain l...

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