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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 16 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLT BAOTEK, FEIDAT, NOVEMBER 16, 1894. LOOK TO YOUR DAUGHTERS. The Wives and Mothers tlmt are to be. Tlielr Thin, Palc Cliccks and lack of Spirlt Leaves 110 Doubt. The Nerves are Poorly Fod and tho Blcod Lacks in Red Corpescles. O, roy boys aro iiover norvous. Ono couldn't stiind that. But with Rirls, you know dootor, it is differont. Too many mothors reason liko that. Thoy do not liko 'o hcar their girls callod tomboys, and tliey haston to tnako them "ladyliko," to keep them fiom run ning and climbiiiK and from vigorous gamos, wliilo tlio boys aro laying iu a stook of bealth that will last them far in to middlo ago. Tho lcast sigu of physical failuro on tho part of girls ul tho critical timos in thoir livos should riug a grave iilarm Pale lips, nervous hubits, retardcd growth, a lack of high, youthfnl spiiits and a poor conditiou of tho skin, urgcnt ly domand a bottor and a tnoro comploto nutrition. In all cascs, whctlicr it bo a young child or an aged porson, Paiuo's cnlor...

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. — 16 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, JFBIDAY, NOVEMBER ltf, 1894. 6 Chronic Nervousness Could Not Sleep, Nervous Headaches. Gcntlemen: I have bcen taking your Restorativo Nervino f or tho pas6 thrcc months and I cannot say cnough in its praisc. It bas Saved fly Life, lor I lmd almost givcn up hopo of cvcr beintr well again. I was a chronic sulf erer from nervousness and could not sleep. I was also troubled wlth nervous headache, and had trlcd doctors in vain, until I used your Nervine. mes. m. wood, Ringwood, iu. Dr. Miles' Nervine Cures. Dr. Mlles' Nervlno ls sold on a posltlve cuarantco that tlio flrst bottlo will benofit. AlldruggistssellitntSl, 0 bottles for 15, or itwlllboscnt, prcpald, on rcceint ot prlce by tho Dr. ililcs' Medlcal Co., Elkhart, Ind. STY JUDGrMENT. A party of young pcoplo had gathcrcd nt tho huuso of a frlcnd. Edlth Marsdcn ,was golng to tho plimo to play. On tak flng hur Bcat sho turncd to hor betrothcd fcind sald: " Arthur, will you kcep tliia ring for mo .antll vo go honio?...

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. — 16 November 1894

SEMf-WEEKL,Y BANNEft, FRlJDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1894. JldtAoEO !AR&. A11 progressive physicians now admit the corrcctness of " tho gcrm theory of disease. They know that all diseases are caused by germs, or microbes, which lodge in some organ, gct into the blood, and multiply witli terrible rapidity. The trouble may show in the hcad, lungs, stomach or else vvhere. You may call it by any name you clioose, but the cause is the same microbes in the blood microbes at the root ol your life. t . Kill them and it cures you. Let them live and you die. The disease isn t Consumption, 01 Eczenw, 01 Dyspepsia, or Paralysis it is Microbes of differ cnt kinds. The only preparation that will kill them all and so cure any (so called) disease is WM. RADAM'S Book About It Wee. CONSUA1PT10N. Patsrson, N. J., Aug. 14, 1894. aentlemen navlng had threo slsters dlo with Consumption, and Knowing by my Bymptoms that unlcss helped 1 would Iie tho next, I began to use your JIicuobe Killkr upon tho advlco ot f...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 16 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, I'BIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1894. A PLUCKY And What She was Able to Accomplish. Slic aiid ner Daiightcrs Harc a Rcmarkable Expcrlcncc. She was a Hard Working Person and this will Interest all Workers. All kinds of diseases aud weakneases lonvo their raarks on tho system. It is very oasy for tho stomnch, Hver, bowol and kidnoys to bccomo ricranged, and wlicn thoy do, tho person soon feels tircd languid, weak, low-spirited and gloomy, Tho nerves bocomo wcak, und insanity or paralysis raay follow. Tho blood Rots bad, thcro is coated tongue, bad taste in mouth, constipation, tbo complexion grows sallow and Hfo looks dark. All porson's complaining of any of thcse troublcs will reari with wonder the-fol lowlng lotter frora Mri. James Roako, a well-known hidy living at 145 Washing' ton Streot, Peekakill, X. T. : "About fiftcen years ago I wm taken very sicic. Aiter oren mouths 1 got ovor that, but liavo nover been well since. I havosuffured tcrribly with paini jn tho cncst, u...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 20 November 1894

YOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDA.Y, NOYEMBER 20, 1894. NEW SEBIES NO. 59. Why pay 50o for a COTTON lined Driving Glove, when you can get one, Ileavy WOOL Lined, at Cole's for the same money ? Most deolers charge you 50c this winter be cause you paid it to them last. Cole don't do this ; the same kind of a glove you got of hini itt 50c lasfc winter, he will give to you now at 38 CENTS ! :. This is a little different than other people'do, but then you know Cole always does a- little different than other dealers, especially in low prices at his large cash store. OPERA BLOCIC, (BENNINGTON, VT. Frcparc for wintcr by kccplng constanlly on hand a supply of onr supcrior We also IiaYC In stovc lengths or rour-fcet. You pajs yonr money and takes your cholce." We dcllvcr lt. Paint your floor wlth Dries qulck, lcavcs a bcaatilul gloss and wcars likcinarble. Shinglc your houses wllh some of those Paciflc Coast Shln gles that we are now carrylng. Bullders' Ilardwarc, Lirae, Cemenr, and cvcrytlii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 20 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAKNEJft TUESDAY, KOVEMBER 20, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1804. Slngle Jople iol tho Uaniior, In "Wrnpper for inallliic U Bonlrcd IWO ueutR. tfJTWatch the date opposlto your name on this paper. It shouss that your mbscrlptlon is credlted on our books to Chat date. Jf the date is not ehanged wMi inafewdaysfrom the ttme aremittanceis ynade, notify thep'ubhshers. Hlntlno to Churehos and Soclotlcs. floroaftor patrons of tho Bamnkr job nfflco will rocoivo noticcs in tlio locals, nroner. (ree- as herotoforo. All othcrs will bo chargod tcn oonts a lino ia tlio luslnoss noticcs. This rulo appnos to Obituary Resolutions of Sociotics or Xiodges, and to all cntortainmonts of Tvbatover namo or naturo whoro tbero is a feo asked for admittanco, and tho ob 3fcct is to mako monoy, whothor advor tisod in tho namo of an organization, eommittco or individual. Mits. L. P. BuLii of Wallingford is vis iting hor son, A C. Bull. The Officors' sohool will bo hcld ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 20 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLlf- BANNER, TUESJJAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1894. Paine's Gelery Gompound Makes Men and Women Well Again. Dr. Shrady, in tho Forum, Rives somo of tho big fees that physicians rcceivo frora wealthy patients. For four weeks' attcndanco dunng typhoid fevcr the physician to the Princo of Wales received $50,000. It is tho countless homes in modorato circurastanoes, howover, that find it so hard to pay for 'tho dootor's frequent visits. What the plain peoplo want is tho vory best mcdicino, yet not beyond thoirmoans. They havo it in Paino's celcry compound. To preparo such a great, popular rem cdy, that should embody tho moat ad vanced ideas regardinpj diseaso, and yet bo easily within reach of the thousands of modest homes whero sicknoss oxists, was tho lifo lonfr ambition of tho eminent Dartmouth professor, tho greatest physi cian America has produced, Edward E. Pholps, M. D., LL. D. Paine's celory comtjound, that remarkablo nervo reju lator and blood purifier, was flrst pro pared by Pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 20 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BATOTER, TuESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1894. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. North Bennington. Miss S. E. Park visitcd Mrs. H. D. Dall on tond.iy. Tho sormons of Rov. G. F. Sraart of Manchester, Sunday, in oxohange with Rov. C. H. Pock, drow tho closo atton tion of tho audlonco. Mrs. M. J. Colvin is conflnod to tho houso witha sovoro cold. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Colo, will raovo to tho residenco latoly ocoupied by Frank Martin, and assumo tho caro of Mrs. Itod noy Draper, who is advanood in years. Our streots aro quito livoly with advor ttsomont carriors, and tho solioiting and dolivoryagents and wagons, niado busi ness look quito satisfaotory. Tho cold snap that is upon us flnds somo with thoir fall work behind. Tho oxpectation of a fow moro ploasant days, ofton induces us to put off doing what it would bo best to do immediatoly. Tho Graded school building was fillcd last Friday ovening with alargo audienco to liston to tho rhotoricals of tho diffor cnt branches of tho school. Thoy had bcon pre...

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

! J $ VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., FEIDAT, NOVEMBER 23, 1894. NEW SEBIES NO. 60. TO THE RESCTJE. Again Cole and the Brownies join forces and come to the rescue of those who need Winter Clothing and have little money with which to get it. You can't make any bills there, his cash system makes that impossible, but you won't regret this when he has in every line, the old-time system of casn airect f rom the manuf acturers at jobbers ' prices. A full line of samples for CUSTOM MADE suits at all timas, from $12 to $60. C. G. COLE, Opera House Clothier and Furnisher. Just Received, a Fine Stock of SWORD FERNS From 25c to $1.50 Each. W. G. Richardson. A reporter asked a prominent coal dealer yestorday what elt'ect the statement that the anthracite coal agents in New York had decided to limit the output of coal during the :uonth of October to 3,000,000 tons only 75 per ceut. of the production jiecessary during the sarae month in previous years, would- he likely to have upon the local market, a...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY BAJSTNEE, JiUttDAY, NOVEMBEJR, -23, 1894. AT THE ROOTS mllltons of mlcrobca nro nt work. Tlio doctor tclla yon you lmvo Cancor, or tlio Grlp, or Hhoumatlsin, or Dyspopsia. Tlio doctor docsn't know. These nro mcrcly vnriod symptoins of tho samo trouble. What is reallythe matter with you i9 Microbcs-little mlcroscopic nniinnls that Bccm to como from nothlng, nnd multlply llko llghtnlng. Wherever thero Is fer mentatlon thcro aro microbcs. Wbonevcr thoro Is tllsenso thero Is ferraentatlon. Klll tho mlcrobea stop tho formentntlon curo tho "disease." That's tho only surewny. Don't lonolr tho leaves - don't troat symptoms. Go to tho rootof tho matter kill tho microbcs. When ovcry doctor on carth has f allcd you can ho cured hy RADA MICROBE Dook About It Prce. CANCBR. Hrookly.v, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1S3I. Oentlc men In August, 183i, I commenced treatmcnt wlth a speclaltst for Cnncer of tho llrea.it, nnd oa the 24th of ilny, 1893, 1 under wentasevere operotlon ln tne Seney Hospl tal. ...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY BAjNNER, FRIDAY, JSTOVEMBER 23, 1894. 3 A GrEEASER BALKED. a a i 1 1 1 I i I P i Bennington Semi-Weekly B anner, 104 PAPERS A YEAR. .New Tribune, 20 PAGES EACH WEEK, New York 104 PAPERS A YEAR. Tliis ofFer of two semi-weekly and one weekly gives 260 Papers for $2.00 ; only 3-4 of a cent a copy. 0 H o 0 X (Weekly)ITlDUno New York Semi-Weekly pnblished every Tuesday and Friday aftcr ? nooii contains the comnlete YillaeCe, Town, Coia.rn.iby and Ststte news. The Semi-Weekly feature of the Banner makes it the paper for the people, for it gives the people all the news one-half a week earlier than any weekly paper. Tiiis twioe-a-week feature of the Banner is niaking- bij- additions to the subscription list every week. il gives ine news wnue it is news. York Is the recogrnized organ of the liepublican Party, and is the most ably conducted Newspaper in America. Tlie Weekly Tribune, twcnty pagcs each week, is the most valuahle Newspaper that can be introduced into the faniily, for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 23 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKM BANNER, FRLDAY, NOVEMBER .-23, 1894. 4 BENNINGTON BANNER, BENNINGTON. FRIDAT, NOVEMBER 23, 1804. Slimle uoples ,ot the lianner, In Vruppom for lUulIlug lf DenJrcd TWO UeutM. 3Watch the date opposito your nme on this paper. It shows that your subscrtptlon is creilited on our books to 3iat date. Jthe date is not changed viith in o few day s from the time aremitlanceis made, notify thepublishers. Tlotlco to Churchcs and Soclotics. florcaftcr ptitrons of tho Bamnku job ofHco will rocoivo notlcca in tho locals, propor, free as horotoforo. All othcrs TiiW bo oharged tcn conts a lino in tho Imsincss notices. This rulo applies to Obituary Uesolutions of Sociotics or Xodgcs, and to all cntortainmonts of whatovor namo or naturo whoro thero is at feo asked for admittanco, and tho ob ji(ft is to mako raouoy, whothor adver tised in tholiamo of an organization, Kommittco or individual. " E. E. Bawson has concltidcd to rctnrn tjo Beihiington permanently. This is iiRbt. " The Rcctor rctu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 23 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1894. NEW DYES FOR COTTON ! BEAUTIRUL AND BRILLIANT COL ORS THAT NEVER FADE. Sclontiflc Dlscovorlos that' Llghton Labor-A Woavor's Exporlonco In Dyeing-Carpots whero thoColors Stayas Brlght as Whon New. Withln tho last fow yoara scionco has beon at work in tho mattor of dyeinp;, and tho rosults aro tho fast diamond dycs for cotton, tnrkey rcd, pink, purplo, oraneo, olive-green, brown, oto. Tlicso dycs raako culorn so fast that ovon wash ing in stroiiR soap-suds won't start thoni. If a woman is suro to got tho fast dia raond dic.s for cotton whon sho wants to dyo cotton, slio will ho ablo to dyo abso liitcly fast, non-fadin colors that will stay unlil tho uoods aro worn out. A praotical dyer, writing in tho Wcav ors Ilorald, says, "I nsod to dyo with roots and barks, bnt aftor all my work, (and it was a tediotts job), I was not sat isilod, for tho colors wcro homoly and of ten fadsd. At last I commenccd to uso diamond dycs, and tho procoss is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 23 November 1894

6 SEMI-WEEKL BANNEE, FKlDAY, NOVEMBK'? 23, 1894. INFANTS -alNVAUDS., THE ONLY PEHFECT 1 Substitute for Mother's Milk. ripwton unnpr i-a B.mas3. i Dear Slrs : I have used your Mellin'a Food ' two years, can blghly recommend It to the I pumic, It 13 sureiy tno Dcst rooa m me mar- . ketforlnfantsandyounecblldrcn: aur little ' i giri usea u over uvo years. Grecnville. Malne. Tlpnr fi!m T am a nurse. hnve used vour . Food n creat Ueal, and I llnd lt Is the bcst ' looa usea lor im&ms. xoura respecuuny. Mrs. Osmeb Kenney. SEND for onrboolt, "The Cnro and 1 lcedlnB or lnlants," maiicu Frco to any aildrcss. i Doliber-Goodale Co.,-Boston, Mass. , TH NIGHT RAIN. I awc!io ln tho night and heard Tho lonfi vast whispcr of rain. Tho slccpiiiK ninplro wcro sHrred To a inonotono of pain, And it full on mv heart li):c wccplnR, nnd 1 could not Blucp agaln. Chapbook. THE THUMB MAIUL Wo thrco stutlcnts, who hiul nrrivcd carly, stood nt tho wiiulow of tho Iiibora tory aiul lookcd nt tho ruins of tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 23 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNBK FRLDAY, KOVEMBER 23, 1894. 7 To the World of Women. Mothcrs and Daughtors Rostorod to Health and Strongth. Weak, nervous, delicato, ovorworkod women, aro tho onos tliat need astrcncth builder, a tonio for their norves, and a curo for thac awful Internal troublo that ia wcaring out tlioir lives. Thonsands of women havo found such in Dr. Kennody's Favorito Homedy. Mrs. Christiana Beal, of Joncsport, Mo., writoa that her daugh ter had been a Rroat suffcror from fe malo troublo, and aftor repcatcd trials of Doctor's prescriptions and othbr so-call-cd curos, sho used Dr. Konnedy's Favor ito Kemedy, and it permancntly cured licr. If you havo lieadache, uterino catarrh, loucorrhcca., or irrenular innp thly sick ness, clirouic weakncss, bcariiig down inculontal tochanno of lifo, or any of tlie attcndinc ovils that aro prcsentin femalo complaints. uao Favorito Kemedy, for it will build up quickly tlio run down con stitntion and lirinR rofresliiiiR sleep. It will dispel tho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 23 November 1894

8 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FEIDAY, NOVEMBEK 23, 1894. WHY NOT BE STRONG ! Do Tou Know What That Weakness Means ? There is a Limit to Your Enduranco Have Yon Reached It? Bcwarc orthcLast Slraw ! It will Coinc Llkc a Sliock. Slwkapcaro says: '"Whon sorrows corao, thoy como not sitiKlo spios but in battalious." IIow truo this is of disoaso, IIow suroly will over-work load to norv- ousncss, licadachc, ncrvous cxhaustion, prostration, paralysis aml tlio moat terri blo ncrvous disoascs. liad hlood causcs liumorH, stomacli, livor and kidney complaiiits,rlieurriatiBm, bad comnlexion, tumors and all kinds of blood disoascs. That tired feolinR mcaus cxliatistion of tho norves and vital forccs it kills. If tho livor is torpid, conatfpation follows, This clogs tho cir- culation and causcs congcstion of all tho orpaas. Tou must stop thcso complaints rifjhf whoro thoy aro, if you valuo your lifo Tho way to do it is to tako Dr. Grcono's Norvura blood and nerve remedy. It cures disoascs and makcs you wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 November 1894

BENNINCTONBteANNER. VOL. LTV. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDA.Y, NOYEMBER 27, 1894. NEW SERIESNO. 63. TO THE RESOTJJB. Again Cole and the Brownies join forces and come to the rescue of those who need Winter Clothing and have little money with which to get it. You. can't make any bills there, his cash system makes that impossible, but you won't regret this when you see what bargains he has in every line, obtained by discarding the old-time system of credit, and buying for cash direct from the manufacturers at jobbers ' prices. A full line of samples for CUSTOM MADE suits at all tim9s, from $12 to $60. C. G. COLE, Opera House Clothier and Furnisher. DOESN'T THIS Make you think of laying in your winter stock of wood and coal ? DOESN'T DOESN'T It make you onght to be DOESN'T County Street, -AT- Bbest large cleaned Currants, 4 Ibs. for 25c. BestCitron, 10c or 2 lbs. for 25c Large Fancy Figs, 15c a pound. 18 lbs. Sweet Potatoes 25c. tflfOiir Sahitvlnv Pnol. i!i,.:.. n.. IHflli FOR a7' J,, tcviii ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNtiR, TUESDAY, ' NOVEMBER 27, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BKNNINGTON. TUESUAT, NOVEMBEK 27. 1894. Slnsle doptos ,ol tlie Itnuncr, ln Wrnppera for ITlullliie If Dcnlrcd TWO 1,'enin. Watch (Ae date opposito your iwime on this paper. It sliouss that your wbscription is creditetl on our books to ftatdate. Ifthe date is not changed with in a few days from the time aremittanceis madeiottfy the publlshers. Notico to Churchcs and Soclotlos. llereaftcr patrona of tlio Baunkii job offlco will rccoivo notices in tlio locals, propor, free as liorotoforo. All others iVlll bo chargcd ten ccnts a lino in tlio Imslness noticos. This rulo applies to Obituary ltcsolutions of Societics or Lodgcs, and to all ontcrtainments of whatovcr narao or naturo whoro tliero is fco askcd for admittanoo, and tho ob Ject'isto mako mouoy, whethor advcr tised in tbo uanio of an organization, eommittco or individual. EnwAnn Huoo has gono to Saratoga, 2f. Y., to work in Thompson'slaundry. Jlits. Summeroill o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEK TUESDAJ, NOVEMBEK 27, 1894. Buslness. Then tfnd Now. One of tlio bcst known inon in Ben nington, wlio mcets nearly ovory train whun it arrlres liere, ia J. n. Loring of "tbo flrm of Loring & Company. Ho was born in Jackson, N. Y., was tbo second of threo cbildren, and is tho only ouoliv ing. Uo arriTod in tbis villago in 1815. Provious to lcaving Jackson bo loarnod tho trado of cabinctraaker, witli lliohard and Jiial Uarton. Hcro bo went to work for tho lato S. S. Scott, wbo at tliat timo was couduoting a largo business at lion niugton Centro. Whilo omployed thnro lio mado uo tho ilrst lot of roady-mado coflins over placed on sale, :i tnovo wliicb was not ngroeablo to bis employer, but wlio flnally gavo liis conscnt to tho plan. In 1S5:J bo went to lloosick Kalls, N. Y., to work for Waltcr A. Wood, wbo was thon just starting tbo manufacturo of bis mowing machines. Attbattimo tho works wero carrieil on m a small build. ing on tlio sito wlioro a part of tho pros...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 27 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAJSfNER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1894. OUR MONTPELIER LETTERS. "From Our Speclal Correspond ont." MoNTrELiKit, Nov. 20th, 1804 AVhon tho Legislaturo adjourned Fri day night thoro was littlo doubt in tho mimls of any of tho lcgislators but what all work would bo cnmplotod by Wednea day, and tho flnal adjournraout tako placo that day. Spcakor Stioknoy had romarked that tho IIouso would bo rcady. Thoro wcro no spccial orilors for Satur day, and butfcw bills for tho third read ing. But clunng tho timo botweon tho adjournmeut and Saturday niorning n, ch.iugo camo ovor tho spirit of tho dream. Frulay tho Scnato passed tho Rutland divlsion bill. Tho voto was closo, 14 to 13. and thoso opposed to tho division, in other words, tlio city peoplo, woro not satisficd. During tho ovening and woll into tho night somo lively work was (Uinc, and almost as soon as tho Sen ato was ready for businoss a motion was mado to rcconsidcr tho bill and recoramit itto tho coramitteohavingit in charge...

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