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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 12 October 1894

SJMI-WEEKLY BANNEE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1894. T MEQJL CflOTTg The publio is well hit when UP-TO-DATE G00D8 are sold them at back number prices. All our are of this season's production, and we ask a critical examina tion of quality and prices. Buy the boy one o those heavy all wool School Suits, pants made with BLE 8EAT Do not forgot the Driving Gloves at fi7anfi451 Wa5n Street, Ben nington, Vt. ftCACKENBUSIFS Lowcr prices quotcd 011 Finc Drcs? Stuirs tlian ln a qusirter or a century l)cfore. FUHlSllSS I itJET liiSD9 x NEW FALL 34-inch Atlantic Fancy Suitings, in staple colors, at 12 l-2c per yard. 3G-inch All-Wool Fancy Chev iots, new styles; old prices for same mill goods 49c; this season we sell at 25c per yard. 40-inch wide Covert Cloths in choice mixtures, also blue and brown, at 37 l-2c per yard. 38-inch Arlington Fancy Suit ings; never sold under 50c ; stylish and new ; to commence fall trade, at 29c per yard. What do you think of a 45-inch Fine All "Wool Sorge, in dark Fall c...

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. — 12 October 1894

SEMI-WEEKLV BANNER, FRlDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1894. 6 SWEARING OATHS ON DOOKS. Brokcn Flntcs nnd Slaugliterod Cockn Aro Also Uscd Tor Speclal Casc. Tho form of oath whcn tho wltncss ls Bworn in Ewjlish courts of justlco varics nccording to tho rcllglon or tlio country of tho wltncss. Thus Christlans nro sworn on tho New Tcstamcnt, Jows on tho Old Tcstamcnt, Mohammcdans on tho Koran nnd porsous of otlicr rollglonaaccording to tho fonn prescribed for that purposo by tho rcllglon thoy profcss. To tako nn oxtromo Instanco, tho fol lowing ls givcn ln ono roported casoas tho fonn of swcaring a Chincso: On cntcr lng tho witness box tho wltncss immcdi atoly knclt down, and n chlna sauocr hav . lng bccn placcd ln hls hand ho struck it ogalnst tho brnss rall ln front of tho wlt ncss box and broko tt. Tho crlor of tho court thcn, bydlrcctlon of tho lntcrprctcr, ndniinistcrcd tho oath ln theso words, whloh wcro trauslatcd by tho intcrprotor lnto tho Chincso languagc: ''Youshall toll tho truth and tho...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 12 October 1894

SEMI-W&EKLY BANNER, ERTDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1894. PALE. THIN AND EMACIATED ."PEOPLE. Tlie oouritry is full of them They do not.know what it is to feel well likelotlier folks. Medi- cines of all kinds have been tried without good results. Cod Liver Oil and tho preparations of Malt liavo all failed. What is tho rea son ? These eniaciated people can not dierest starchv foods. The fat of tho "body is pvoduced with bread, potatoes, and other starchy food. If they will eat food that is artifi cially digested, they will grow fat, strong, plump and robust. They will comnience gaming flesh at once. This Flesh Forming Food is called Faskola. You can buy it at any drug store. Send your name to the Pre-Digested Food Co., 30 Reade St., New York, and get their interesting paniphlet. Sold by J. T. ShurtlefT. Bennington, Vt. Lltcrary Notcs. What is so chcap as a cood macaziuo? Apparently tho answcr to this question is, "NotmiiR." Harper's, tor cxamplo, during tho past ycar has printed two Viovcls. ...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 12 October 1894

3 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1894. IHI II Capt. Geo. H. Bavenport, the Popular and Well-known G. A. E. perience. A Leader Army Circles. CATT. OEO. ir. Capt. Geo. II. Davonport of Jlernnrds ton, Mass., is a moat pnpular ancl wido ly known man, espocially in Grand Armj' circles. IIo is I'ensinn A&ent and everv body knows liim. IIo is best known to tlio wholo conntry tliroiiRh his discovery of "Davunports Silver Pomade," proli ably tho best article of it.s kiud in tlie world. CaptDavenpnrtia a most entertainintr. speaker, and his relation of tliofollowing incidcnt will bo iiitcresfing to evoryboiiy. "I had beeu troubled severely for years with heart disease. and tbo effects of malarial poison coutraoted in tbo army. I ivas so nervons and wcak that I was unablo to do any bard woik for years. "I consnlted ninny doctors but liavo found no good results from them. I fiii.il y used Dr. Orceuo's Nervura blood and nervo rcmcdy, and can say it has dono grcat things for mo. "I b...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 16 October 1894

Ifel 1 A -r. TTf !'T . Z2 VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDA.Y, OCTOBEB, 16, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 49. Wt i gg- I 1 l nf l-vn. i n m 1M h 1 -. liw--t.. t ' V r a rv t- I r THE SEGRET - k - P01R 01 CASH THE MIC3-HTY BOiLLAM, Again comes to the front and knocks the props from undor all high prices. This wcok it's CHILDREN'S CLOTIIING. The flnest line. They're all KARGAINS, but our two-piece Suits, heavy and strong, with double seat and knees, prico $2.75, aro prizes. Better see them. Cash lays high pricos on tho sholf, Jjkv) Caah brings low prices into liuo; ""fc? Go rigUt to Colo's and ploaso yoursolf, Thoro's bargaius thoro in clothing flno. Brownios, Our Custoin Trade, through the mammoth house of Browning, King & Co., still booms, all owing to cash methods, and the drive and energy oi a nve nouse, who employ only skillcd worknien who mow now to : mako clotumg to lit, and who keep fcSatisfaction guaranteed. (ggr'There teady-made stock. Prices no burden. Our stock is most complote...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 16 October 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, TUESDAY OCTOBER 16, 184. j BENNINGTON BANNER. BKNNTNGTON. TUESUAT, OCTOBER 12, 1804. rappors for IUalllnc lf Dcslrcd $Watch the date oppoaito your wn ie ot thia paper. It slioios that your svi'icriDlton is crcdited on our books to M'ttdate. Jfthc date is not changed with- in ti.fewdayafrom the titne aremittanceis vd'le, notify thepublishers. Notlce to Churches and Soclotios fleroafter patrons of tho Bamnkii job ftico will rccoivo notices in tho loca's, propor, free as horotoforo. All others will bo charged ten ccnts a lino in tlio busincss notices. Thia rulo applios to Obituary Rosolutions of Societics or IjOdgcs, anu to a ontertainments o whatover namo or naturo whoro thcro is a'leo asked for admittanco, and tho ob jfcct is to mako money, whother adver tised in tho namo of an organization, committco or indlvidual. Fked Smitii gocs to Now York to-mor-row to buy his fall and wintor stock. JTisb Lizzie Kinneak of Now York City, is tho guost of Miss Isabol Gtold smi...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 16 October 1894

SJGMI-WEEKLY BANNER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1894. 4 Presidenf of the National Teacher's As- i at ina i n eC e l e ry Oompound. E. II. Cook, A. M., Ph. D., ox-head mastor of tbo Rutgors collcgo prepara tory school, New Brunswick, N. J., and prcsidont of tbo national cducational as sociation, graduated at Bowdoin in 1800. Ho organized tho West Chestor, Penn., stato normal school, and was tho ilrst principal; was principal of tho Columbus, O., school. From 1834 to 1880 ho was principal of tho normal school at Pots dam, N. Y., sponding $80,000 in tho crec tion of now buildings and rcnovation of old. Says tho Journal of Education: Mr. Cook is widely known and highly ap prcciated for tho genuino boom that overy institution with which ho has bcen connccted has enjoycd, and from tho tho prominonco givim him by tho Stato associations of Ohio', Now York and Nowjprsoy. Ho has tho tact to tako ajJvanwgeo circumstances, tho ability oxocuto. Ho has accomplished enough to satisfy any man's protessio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 16 October 1894

SEMI-WEEEXY JBAOTER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1894. FOR ALL PAIN, TheWonder of Healing Cures Gatarrh, Rheumati?m, Neu raliga, Sore Throat, Piles, Wounds, Burns, Female Gomplaints, and Hemorrhages of all kinds. Used Internally and Externally. Thls remarkable curatlvo has now been befnrn the nubllc lor flfty ycars. No artlclo howeyer mcrftorioua, could exliiblt a better record. It is supportea oy the lnedlcal facultyos a standard arucie, ann quoica in tno stanuara meuicai puo llcatlons of tlic day. No famllv should be without POND'S EX. TRACT. It ii a rsady and surc physician and wlll accompllsh all It promisea lf tbo dlrectlon for lts use aro cameu out. It 1b no ''curo all." tboucb It has a vorv exten slverangeofnctlon. The long llst of allments It relieves aDd removes all proeeed from but few BourcfR and can be aummed up in the words IN- iiAMMATlU.N and U.K11U11UHAUK. Tlie wonderful fcvmnathv exlstini; betwcen TOND'S EXTKACT and the human organism is inown in tne tact tnat wnenevcr tner...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 19 October 1894

VOL. LIY. BENNINGTON, VT., FKIDA.Y, OCTOBER 19, 1894. NEW SEKDES NO. 50. Ti SECRET - k - POWKR OF M Agiiin comes to the front and knocks the props from under all high prices. This week it's CIIILDREN'S CLOTIIING. The flnesfc line. They'ro all IJARGAiNS, but our two-piece Svrits, heavy and strong, with double seat and knees, price $2.75, are prizes. Better seo thera. Cash lays high pricos on tlio sholf, HtV) Cash briugs low prices into lino; "3r Go right to Colo's and please yoursolf, Thoro's barcalns thoro in clothing flno. Brownios, Our Custom Trade, through the mammoth houseof Browning, King f" 1 i . , ni 1 1 1 - 1 . lake elotnmg to lit, and who keep up with the times. iuuw aampies. 0 - 7 Our stock is most comploto this fall, X7rtl.rt nmtr tktnnntnr1 f r nlnncn nll 1 Our prices tallc, aud tauc so weu, V That all our goodsaro bouud to soll. Brownios. GHAS. G. GOLE, Opera House Block, Bennington, Vt. U M W W W 1 W W W W SWORD FERNS From 25c to 50c Each. W. G. Richardson. CUBIC Is th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 19 October 1894

: ' 7 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FR1DAY, OCTOBER 19, 184. IN BRACING OCTOBER Strenglh Should Return and Lan gnor 60. No Scason is so Good for Bullding ui tlic Brain niul lioiiy. Pnlno's Celery Compound's Work Morcy in Countloss Homcs. Tho prostrating hcat o summer has long sinco gono. Tliuro is now but ono oxcuso for longuor and Uck of euorgy ill health. With tbo return of bracing' vigorous weathor tho thouroughly woll men and women find tlio prospcct of work attrac tivo. Business looks promising. Tho indolcnt, unambitious fceliug of a fow months ngo givcs placo to cnorgy and hard work. That is providing ono is woll. To tho sick raan or woraan tho pros pcct is doleful. Tho thousands of por sons wlio worked rigbt tbrough tlio liot summer, and tho many wlioso vacation, inslcad of recuijiiig their strengtb, lias only mado iucroased domands nn tbcir tircd norvos and brain tlioso nnhappy onos should tako advantago of tho brac ing days and nbjhts to storo thoir bodics Miis. William McColloj;, wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 19 October 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FRIDAY, OCTOBEE 19, 1894. Tired, Weak, Nervous Could Not Sleep. Prof. L. D. Edwards, of Prcston. Ildaho, says: "I was all run down, weak, nervous and irritable tlirouch Iovcnvork. I suflered from brain fa tigue, mcntal deprcssion, ctc. I bc camo so weak and nervous that I could not slcep, I would arisc tired. kliscouragcd andbluc. Ibegan taking Dr. Miles' Nervine bd now everything is changcd. I rep sounuiy, x ieei Dngnt, activc fl anibitious. I can do morc in one now than I used to do in a week. tliis Rreat good I pivc Dr. Milcs' Ktorativo Ncrviue tlie solc credit. 1 If Cures." iDr. Mlles' Nnpvlno is Knld nn n. Tinsltlvo Fiaratitco that tlio flrstbottlo will ucnefit. Illruft(,'lstsscllltnt$l,0bottlc3 for $5. or t wiu noscnt, prepaiu, on rccoint or prico uio ur, auics jucuicat jo., tu;nurt, inu. lo N'olso I Cmisril 1'7 tlio Raiid Flnpplnc of thc Wlugs. II Early iu ono Octobcr I had tho only op 'ortunity which has cvcr prescnted it clf in niy SO ycars of cxporlenco...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 19 October 1894

4l SEMI-WEEKLr BAjNNER, ERIUAY, OCTOBER 19, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1894. Mnslo coplea ol tlio Baunor, ln Wrappcrs for lUullliic K Benlrcd TWO I'euIK. r-)Vatch the date oppostto your ntime on this paper. It alioios that your svhscrlptlon is crcdited on our books to ihat date. Ifthe date is not changed wlth in a few days from the lime a remittance is inude, not'ify the publishers. Motico to Churches and Soclotles. fiereaftcrpatronsof tlio Bamner job oflico will rccoivo noticcs in tlio locals, proj)cr, frec as herotoforo. All otliers will bo chargcd tcn ccnts a lino in tlio business noticcs. This rulo applics to Obituary Rcsolutions of Sociotios or Lodgcs, and to all cntcrtainments of whatovcr uamo or naturo whcro tliero is a feo askcd for admittanco, and tlio ob ject is to mako monoy, whothcr adver tiscd in tlio namo of an organization, comraitteo or individual. Henry Silvku bas bcen grantcd a ro issuo of pcnsion. F. W. Endress of Troy lias purcliascd...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 19 October 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FRIDAY, OCTOBE.R 19, 1894. FIFTH ANNUAL RE-UNION. Tho FoUrteenth Vermont Reglmont Asscmbled at Bennington, Wcd nesday. Tho annual ro-union of tho 14th Ver mont wns hold horo Wcdnesday aftor noon in tlib rooms of Custer Post. Tho meeting was nalled to ordcr at 2.30 by Capt. It. O. Goro of Company A, prcsi dout of tho assooiation. Thoro wero fully ono huudroil mombers of tho regi roont piosont. Thoy bcR.in comhif tho nifjlit boforo, and tho carly trains brought additiona. From tho timo thoy arrivod liero until tho meoting was callcd to or dor, overv momont vas occupicd in ro nowiiiR old acqunintanccs, tolliiiK stories and briiiR up rccollootions of tlio past. Tho rt'gimcnt was rccruitcd iu tho sum mer and fall of IS02, it witli tho 12th, 18th, 15th and ICtli beinff orRanizcd dtir- incr tliat vcar. Tlio colonoi was wm. T, Nicliols of. llutland; lioutonant colonoi, Charlos W. Hoso, Miik'louury; major, N. 13. Hall of tlns town. Tho comnanies woro rccrnited as fol lnws...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 19 October 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FRIUAY, OCTOBER 19, 1894. HOW HE LOST HER. 6 0 OT "Erorgo toSt. Jolin, New Brunswick?" nskcd tho cnptaln of tlio tramp Btenmor ovcr t Robcrts' storcs. "No? Thon go just soon ns you can. I'vo bcon in ovory port on tho wcstcrn occan nnd n gootl many on otlicr occans, but tho roslcst chcoks nnd hlucst oycs nnd tho Kwcctcft dlsposltions that ovcr I fcll foul of nro rlght thoro on tho banks of tho bay of Fundy. '"You sco, I was mato of tho bark Croo bus, carrying deals from St. John to Grccnock. I inado tho acquntntanco of this lnsalo tho flrst tlmo In port nnd wns clcan gono dnft, I may say, ovcr hcr, nnd for that ninttcr sho had a soft spot in hcr hcart for mo, ns I lmvo roason to bcllovo. And 60 ovory nlght I uscd to tako lcnvo nnd go nshoro for two or thrco hours nnd ,mnybo nioro to sco hcr till ono night tho cnptaln, who hnd becn nshoro to bco hls Bwocthcnrt, Iiappcncdto coinoon bonrd bo foro I dld nnd found no ono on dcck but tho wntclimnn nnd no ono in tho cabi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 19 October 1894

,SEMI-W EEKLY BANNE1?, FEIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1894. THE POLE PROBLflM. DIFFICULTIES WHICH STAND IN THE WAY OF 1TS SOLUTION. 'GREEKHET GrREEK. HOW THE CONTORTIONIST'S GREAT SCHEME CAME TO GRIEF. ugbs aoci Colds5 .IXTRACT FOR ALL PAIN, $- TheWonderof Healing Cures Gatarrh, Rheumafirni, Neu raliga, Sore Throat, Piles, Wounds, Burns, Female Gomplaints, antl Hemorrhages of all kinds. Used Internalbj and Exlernalbj. This remarkaliln curativo has now bcen bcfore thepubllclor lifty ycars. No nrilclo however mcritorious, could exhlbit n better record. Jt i supporled bv ibe mcdical f.iculty ns a stamlard arllcle, anrt quoled in thc stnndnrd medical pub llcations of thc dny. No famlly should ba withont rOND'S FX TRACT. It i n rcady and surc physician and v ill accompllsh all it proraises if thc diieetiou for lt use are carried out. H Is no ' cure all." though It hos a very cxtcn sive ranse of actlun. The long list of ailineiits it relievcs aod rcmovcs all proceed froin but few sourccs and can be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 19 October 1894

8 SEMI-WEEKLY BAOTEK, FEIDA?, OCTOBER 19, 1894. FOR MEN ONLY ! A Splendid Private Lec ture to Men. Powerful Words Never to Be Forgotten. Music Uall, Bostsn Iins a Grcat Andlcncc. Evcry Word went Straight to the Heart. A Talk that was of Great and Prlce less Value. ISpecial f rom Boston, Roston, Oot. 17th. Mon want to bo strong. Thoy want good licaltb, sound boilics, vigorous constitutlons. Thoy wero told just how to obtain all thcso last ovening, in that preat privato lcoturo to mon, givon by tho notcd spcc ialist Dr. Green, of 31 Tcmplo riaco, Boston, Mass., in Music Ilall, Boston. Tcoplo havo lcarnod that whon this noted pliysician givos a leoturo, thoy will hoar somcthing thoy wanttoknow, somotliing that will greatly bonoflt thom. Tho doctor has dovotod his wliolo lifo to tho study of chronio and norvous dis cascs. II is trcatment is so difforcnt and his succcss so much grcater than that of any othor physician, that his namo and tho wonderftil curcs ho has mado, and is making ovc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 23 October 1894

Bennington 'ssSfiANNER9 VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDA.Y, OCTOBER 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 51. I I THE SECRET - tlie - POWER OF GASH Afruin comes to tho front and knocks tho props from under all high pnces. Tlii8 weeK lt's (JlllLDItlSN S CLOTJlllS'G. Tlio linest lmc. They'ro all BARGAINS, but our two-piece Suits, heavy and strong, witn qoudio seac anu Knees, pnce 2.75, aro pnzes. JLsetter see tiem Cash lays liigh prices on tho sholf, Cash brings low prices into liuo; Go right to Colo's and nleaso yoursolf. Thoro's bargains thoro in clothing fino. Brownics, Our Custom Trade, throuch the mammoth houso of Browniner, Kincr ics L,o., still booms, all owing to cash methods, and the dnve and energy pi a iivo nouse, wno employ only skilled worknien who know now to KnaKG- clothing to llt, and -who keep up with the times. 1000 Samples. Kll.t.lRfnot.inn minvntlfoorl rrov-rPlirvn nrn Knnt!nn nnrl lorrroina in mi 1 .1 .. i 1 T"-" 1 1 j.uuuj'-nmuu biuuk. x rices no uuruuii. Our stock is most compl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 23 October 1894

SEMI-WEEKM BANNER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1894. Slnglo CopIOH ol tlie ISauner, ln Wrappora for HlaUlns lf DeMrod TVVO Oonm. tiiT-Watch the date opposlto your name on thls paper. It shows that your sitbscriplton is credlted on our books to Chatdate. Jfthc datc is not changcd wlth in afew days from the tlme arcmitlanceia inude, notify the publlshers. Notlco to Churches and Sociotlcs. Sercaftcr patrons of tho Bamner job offico will receivo notices in tho locals, propcr, frce as horotoforo. All othcrs will bo chargcd ton ccnts a lino in tlio lnisiucss notices. This rulo applios to Qbituary Rcsolutions of Socicties or iodgcs, and to all ontcrtainmonts of whatover namo or naturo whcro tbcro is a feo askod for admittanco, and tho ob joct is to inako monoy, whothor advor tisod in tho namo of an organization, committco or individual. n Enos Adams is building an ice-houso to tho rcar of bls residonco on Ploasant etreot. Cashier Geo. F. G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 23 October 1894

SEMFWEEKLY BANNER, TUESDAY, OOTOBER 2;, 1894. OUR MONTPELIER LETTERS. Moro BIIIs lntroducod-A Typo graphlcal Error that Causod Laughtor-Saloon Ethlcs-A Blll That Intorcsts Rutland Town and Clty-A "Warm Timo" Prodlcted Mr. Bingham's Elcctric Rallroad Blll-Tho Stato Flower Blll-Tho Ncwspaper Blll Passcd In tho Houso. Moxtpklikis, Oct. 22nd, 1894. Thcro was but little business dono in eithcr brauch of tho Legislaturo aftor tho Stalo oflicers woi-o olectod Thursday afternoon up to Friday'H adjournmont at 11 o'clock, until Momlay at 2 oVlock; yot thero woro 0110 or two bills of con sidorablo importanco introduccil, of whicli I will speak. Houso bill, 70, in troduccd by Mr. Delano of Elmore, whicli had proviously bcon read, was callod u for explanation. It is a bill in rclation to taxation 011 dcposits in sav iiiRs banks; tho scope of tho bill will bo bottor undcrstood by saying that at prcs ont, banks aro allowcd to pay taxes on dcposits not excocdinj; $1,500. Ths bill proposes to rcduco...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 23 October 1894

SEMI-W EEKLY BANNEE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1894. NO FOOD LIKE RATTLESNAKES. Hr. notrnrd of ICcntucIty Eats Thcrn In Frcferenco to Othor Flesli. Jolin ITcnry Hownrd o Kcntucky cnta rattlcsnakcs. Ho 6nys thcro is no flncr delicacy thnno julcyrattler.lf wellcookod. Mr. Hownrd, who llvca on Spy Run crcok, nenr "Vnnccburg, Ky., wlll thoroforo novor go hungry ns long us ho rotains his cun nlng in capturing iho reptllcs anil hla roo- lpo for doing tliera to a dcllcious brown, Mt. Iloward bas bcon ontlng rattlo- snnkcs for nbout 10 ycars. Po6sibly this accounts for bls flne, robust nppoaranco nnil gcncrnl good bcalth, nnd in a mcns- nro for tho fiictthat ho woighsSSOpounds. To a corrosponiTunt who nskcd liim to toll bow Iio ncqulrcd tlils strango llking for rattlesnnkcs, lio sald: "Onoof my unclcs told mohohnd board of peoplo eatlng rattlcsnakcs, bo out of ourioslty I tbought I would try ono. Tho woods in tho sectlon l whoro I llvod had allora bocn full of snrikos. Tho ncxt day nftcr I bad b...

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