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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 25 January 1895

Wc wislt to call you attcniinii (o (liosc lilackandlilue -AT- KEHITEI) FROM There Is a few of tlicm lci't, and wc arc alraid tliat 11 you do not comc early wc sltall iu)l liave your size, ulthouh wc liave it notv. CL0THIERS1AND FURNISHERS, BENNINGTON. T'i. NOW AT Quackenbush's Will buv tlic pame coats we sold all tlie season atSHto ifCOeacli. f 9.T5 for ladles' or mlssett' lotig or short coats. 50 Styles to Select From. Ever? nne of these carmpnts h new, elcgant and h ndRomc. They are the choicest shupes de flenert thl geaeoH. We hae a nplendid ansortmont, nnd thsse that xiave.waiteu can now pct a ug uargain. SALE OF WjSH fabrics, AT Quackenbush's TROY. Soc quality Flnc Scotch Ginghams for 1-' l-2cn yard. 37c qtnllty Oingliamn for 19c per yard. 2oc qu ility Finc tiateen at 12 ce nts. 10c qua'ity Outing Olotlm at 6 l-4c per yard. 8cquallty Uuilng Cloth 60c pleccq, 4c per yard. 50 plircn New Prcas (lingbams, handsome ftjle, atfi l-2c per yaid. worth 12 l-2c. New Prlnts, reirular 7c qn...

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. — 25 January 1895

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FJEHDAY, JAN. 25, 1895. ? THR FB By MAETHA M'OULLOOH WILLIAMS. (Copyright, 1805, by Amcrican Presa Assocla tion.l CONCLUDEn FHOM LAST WEEK. crBullecinliochis' dodoctors say gwino Jrill liim. Soon as sho hoar dat yo' couldu' a-kep' f 'um ina'yin him. Ho ditUi' lib but flvo ycar. Yo' wus dcs rverk olowlien hodicd, an, oh, wa'n't ho prond ob his 2111 Rall Deo wus two boys bofo yo' 1211 lambs deo wus elio. Deo took sick, bofo nt onco, dcs as deo mudder gnt down. Marso Jolin Ant'ny uobbor res' day ner niglit tcll deo wus layin sido by sido In onocofllii. Ho wus Btannin lookin down at uui, an mo obcr 'ginst liim. Ho gib oiio li'll groau, sortor gurgly. Den I scud deo blood como outen bo inouf. Timo us got him laid dowu in de n'r ho wus dead too. Dootor say 'twus des lek ho thought do bullet douo woro froo." "Was Sam t-thore?" Tony askcd, speaklug very low. Mammy gavo a groaning sigh. "Sam had dono'went bofo' lioiiey," sho said, patting Tony's haud. " 'Twus iu do fighti...

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. — 25 January 1895

SEMI-WEEKLY BAKNER, FJITDAY, JAN. 25, 1895. si THOUGHTS OF THEE" English ancj Germ.ir. Tcxt. DEINGEDENKEN. Words by LENAU. "English Translation by Miss E. Pocsche. Andantc modcrato. Music by HERMAN C. RAKEMANN. the si lent der On -E: py0 2 p -S TT T?- --t- !- - ;s!- r-r-. -z- h d 3 kCV I. G o- lake rc - pass - gungs - lo es, Monn . - liHt m sat, R:iht jrht ircu - tic c ..IiJ'J da hol - rttv Glanz. tlc antl sc - rcnc, Wear - ing Flcck - tcnd f- aS- - O-f 5-t cM 3 & i o i,niu',iji.Airjr L.uarMacgasl -i.'i-r- i . "' ','TTTI I (fff g i o d qd 2 5 ig ' xr 1-1 1 1 1 s d 1 ' all its pal - lid ro - scs In a wrcath of rush - es green. sci nc f...- ..'...... !lc.'l R ' se" Itt dcs Schil - fcs gruc - nen Krans. I &jj$tL rftEEgfE irfctzzzz ZZT -r-f- ; 1 1 i s-- - T F ff zr -vrr-y-l-ti-o-Z - i r I 1 i 'l l -jHj b3 - I zz: K-H) .1 J 1 Qg-lrZggH- I Copyright, The New York Musical E)cho Co 1803. r - j - ylr " I " i ( i , fflE -I 5 I y-$- From niini: , Wci r.cnd dim. p J fgife:ET-HP-U. . tfX...

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. — 25 January 1895

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FfHDAY, JAN. .2bK vl895. 8 ALMOST A MIRACLE. A Well-known Railroad Man's Experionce. Life Savcd in a Way Which is Woudcr fal, and Ought to be Told Every where Far and Wide. MIS. CHARLES Thero is 110 licttcr knnwn Milroad mnn tliau Mr. Charles Annablc, who resides at 20 Jonlan Avo., Ilrunsick. Me., Ile bas occupied trusted pnsitions for tliiity years on tho Maino Central K. K. 'Ycs," said Jlr. Annablo to tlio wnter, "Ican tell somo rcniarkable stories from mylon; tbirty ycars' r.iilroad experionce, but sonietliiiif; bas liappened reccntly which is of tbe rrreatest importanco to tbo people. Ueforo I spcak of myself, however, let my wifo relato ber wondcr ful expeiicnco." "I bave been troubled," liecan Mrs. Annablo, "so bad witb kcuraluta tbat I could not turn my bead in bed. It seein ed as though my bead was paralyzed, I tvas 80 troubled witb beart diseaso and palpitation tbat a jood many ninhts I tboiiKbt Imifjlit pass away duritiR tbo nifjht. I snlTomd sevcrelv. ...

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. — 29 January 1895

VOL. LV. BENNINGTON, VT., TDESDA.Y, JANUARY 29, 1895. NO. 3; MISThKES We have made some mistakes. Some clothing was bought which didn't sell. Can't tell why, but never mind the reason you get the benefit. t lias been taken from the stock, put on a table by itself, and i now we are going to dispose of it at less than cost. No "fake" sale but a genuine cut on a few suits, over- coats and odd pants which did not sell readily enough. emember onr samples of cnstom-made snits will be ready in February. C. G. COLE, Custom and Ready-made Clothier and Furnisher, Opera Honse Block, Bennington, Vt. When ive bought a stock of glass and advertised to send a man. to replace broken lights, we had no idea of the large busi ness that would result. It has been a great success, satisfac tory to our customers as well as to ourselves. Snow-ball sea ton, and one's thoughts naturally turn to broken glass. Send the fnune to our store, and the glazier will set the pane proinpt ly, or notify us to havo him c...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 29 January 1895

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, TUESDAY, JAK 29, 1895. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1895. SltiSlo uoplcii of tlie llaiiiicr, ln VVrappers for Iflallliic lf Denlred rvo ;oiim. XSWatch the date opposito your mme on this paper. It shows tliat your wbscription is eredited on our books to hatdate. Ifthe date is not changedwith inafew days from the time a remittance is made, notify the publishcrs. Notlco to Churchos and Soclctlos. Ilercafter patrons of tho Bamnkk job ofllco will rccoivo notices in tho locals, propor, free aa horotoforo. AU otliers will bo charged tcn cents a lino in tlio l)umnes8 noticos. Thia rulo applics to Obituary Rcsolutions of Societies or Lodgcs, and to all cntcrtainments o wbatover namo or naturo wboro tliero is & fee asked for admittancc, and tho ob ject is to mako mouoy, whothor adver tisod in tho uamo of an organizatiou, comraitteo or individual. gIIcro aro tho best nowspapor of fors ua.io yct Tho Bennington Shmi Weekly Bannek and tho Now York We...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 29 January 1895

SEMI-WEEK Get Rid of Tiiem by the Use of Paine's Celery Gompound. Sincc Paine's Cclery compounrt was llrst prescribed boiiio years ago by Prof. 1'liclps anrt his followers, tliousamls of clcar-tliitikitijr, busy pr.ictitioners, to rc storo strcngtb and build up wcakcncd ucrves duriiiR tliis long intorvalof yoars tliero havo been countloss mcn and vo mcn mado permanently woll and strong by taking it. Duririg all tbcso years evory niail bas without cxccption brougbt somo mcs safjo from 0110 of tlio ojuntleas liomes wliere sickncss Iiad bccn banishcd atid anxioty for somo dcar momber dispolled by tbo employracnt of tbis most rcmark ablo blood and tissuo rcstwrativo tbo woild bas yot enjoyed. l'.iiiies culerv uuiiipound posittvcly and permanently cures nervous dobility and exbaustion. NeuialRia, slocplessnoss, melancholia, bystcriaand lieadaclies very Koon yield to its refrosliiiic pt'operties for all tlicso troubles aro directly traco ablo to tbo ono cause, poorness of tbo NEW BOOKS. r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 29 January 1895

SEMI-WEEKLY BAltfNER, TUESDAY, JAN. 29, 1895. Once Aboard the Lugger. By "0. tCopyright, 180S, by the Author. CONCLUDKI) FHOM 1.AST KIIIDAY. i "I'm glad you'vo conio, " bIio ropoat- ed, but this timo thcro viaa somotliiiig liko constraiiit iu hor voico. Aslio pull od to tho door softly sho movod aud lcd tho way down to tho watersido. From tho quny door a long laddor rau dowu to tho water. At low water ono had to dosccnd 20 fcot aud nioro, bnt now tho high tido loft bnt throo of its rurigs uucovorcd. At tho youiig niiiiis tcr's foot a sniall iishing boat layrcady, moorod by a ehort paintor to tho laddor. Tho girl stcppod lightly down aud held up hor haud. "Thauk yon," said tbo youug inaii, with diguity, "bntldonot wautholp. " Sho niado no answor to this, but aa lio stcppcd dowu weut forward and un moored tho paintor. Thcn sho pushcd gently away from tho ladder, hoisted tho Euiall forosail, aud rotnrniug to hor compauiou stood bcsido liim for a 1110 mont with hcr hand on tho tillcr. "...

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. — 1 February 1895

VOL. LV. BENNINGTON, VT., EEIDA.Y, EEBEUARY 1, 1895. NO. 4. ' -4 -4 4 0SS.3$30$JSS &S5 ?? We linve a fow thlnc' ii r ovi'icontB nml pultinRS wlilrh X w are clos'liiK nt cnor V inni,v Hiti.ill nripps. Not mnny o wo nut tlii nolief where only a f.nv will iee it. C. 0. COLK, Cusloni and Iieaily-Made Clotlilur anil Ftirnlslier, -4 w. iNearly cvery day some one has asked us if we kcpt glass or where he could get a broken pane re-set. People naturally como to us, as we are headquarters for builders' materials, and glass is usually found witli thcse goods. In order to save people trotible and al tlie same tims to increase our business, we have put in stock afullline of all sizes of glass. The quality is superior, and as.it was all bnught at hard times' prices we can sell it at low prices. We have a competent glazier who will set glass at your honie, or, if the frame is brought to our shop, will do it "while you wait," and charges for tliis work are very reasonable. In buying our stock ...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 1 February 1895

2 SEMI-WEEKLY BAN.ER, FKIDAY, JEEB. 1, 1895. In fbe Hame of tbe Lai i By STANLSY J. WIYLtAK. Cppyright, 1603, by tlio Author. On tho moorlaud nbovo tho old gray villago o Carbaix, in Finistcro Finia toro, tho most wcstcrly proviuco of Urittany stand3 n cottago, built, as all Uio cottnjjes in that country aro, of i-Dugh licwn ftones. It is a poor, rudo ;luco today, but it woro an aspcct far I loro rudo nnd jiriniitivo 100 yoars ago say on nu August day in tho year 1 79!!, whou a man issued from tjio door way, and, Khadiiig liis oyes from' tho noouday kuu, ga::ed loug and fixcdly iu tho direction of a narrow rift which a i'ow scoro paecs away breaks tho liionot ony of tho uiihind lovol. This man was tall aud thin and unkompt, his featurcs oxpressing a niixtnro of cunniug aud Minplioity. IIo gazcd awliilo in silonco, but at Jcngth uttered a grunt of satis faction as tho flgnro of a wouiau roso i;radually iutosight. Shocanio on slow ly, iu a Btooping posturo, dragging bo liiud her a gre...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 1 February 1895

SEMtWEEKLY BANNER, ERIDAY, FEB. 1, 1895. o A For persons suffering from some wasting disease, such as Consump tion, Scrofula or Anasmia, there is no special season for taking Cod-liver Oil. It ought to be taken at all seasons until wasting is overcome. But for those -wko are rarely actually ill and never really well, Cod-liver Oil is especially valuable in Winter and Spring. You say, perhaps, that you cannot take Cod-liver Oil. You don't like its taste and it upsets your stomach. which. may be all very true of plain oil. It is not plain oil that we mean. It's Scott's Emulsion, which is not only Cod-liver Oil made palatable and easy on the most delicate stomach, but it also contains the Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda, a nerve tonic and an aid to digestion. Anybody can take Scott's Emulsion. It is just as important to build up the system when you take cold as it is to cure the local infiammation. Scott's Emulsion does both. Coughs and Colds soon disappear after taking this remedy, an...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 1 February 1895

SEMI-WEEKLY BAIOER, FRIDAY, EEB. 1, 1895. 4 BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FIUDAY, FEUHUAUY 1, 189i. Slucle t;iion ol tlm Haniicr, lu Wmppcrit lor ItlallliiK If Doilrotl TWO :eiuw. -Watch the date opposita your name on tlds paper. 11 klioios that your mbscription ii credlted on our bookn to hat datc. Ifthe date in not ehanged wtth inafewdays.from the tlme aremittanceis made, notify the publteliers. Notlco to Churches ancl Socloties. Hcrcaftcr patrons of tlio Uamnkis job oflico will receivo notices in tlio locals, proper, frce as Ucretoforo. A11 othora will bo cliai-Rcd tcn cents a lino in tlio busmess notices. This rulo applics lo Obituary ltesolntions of Socictics or hotlges, and to all entcrtainiiicuts o whatevor name or naturo whovo tliero is a fco askcd for admittanco, and tlio ob jeot is to mako raoney, whothcr advcr tWed in tlio namo of an orKanization, oommitteo or individnal. jj-IIcio nro tlio best nowspapor of fers ua.tu yet Tlio Bennington Shmi Wisbki.y IJANNKI! and tlio N...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 1 February 1895

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, J7.RIDAY, EEB. 1, 189,5. o BEIII1 OPEBH HOUSE Monday, February 4th You all know Un. tlit favorito expont'nt of rural rlmractur. C'l.i Hli A i ntmg tln play . 1 nigh. that hns mude '7 li var nnd furmvell perfnrinince'. 18" lani' i tn 1S0 ndnulus New nnd elahorate M'rlli'- I'l ' lli'lioil. $100,000 Worth of Diamonds Woin ii! the Iut m- of Alyin Joslin wlll be on cili biii.in tlir d i.v ol perfurmancc at tln jcwehy tr "i I". N Siiiirp. SI'in'i-s itc M)e nnd 7ic. Great Reduction In Underwear ! As tlie senson is well swlvanced iiiid I luivo quito n stockof Un-dcrwi-iir yi't, J ani gointo seli wiint's left at ii reduction of alinoft .')() j)or eent, as I inust have rooin i'or niy Spiing stoek. wlien it comes. If.not in nced of rndeiwuar now, you will sae nioney by purcliasing' of nic and kecping tlieni ovcr for ne! winter's wear. Como in and look ovcr tlieso goods. $1,25 CAPS FOR $1,00, My sloi-k iu tlieso oods is too larm, and in order to movo tlit-in oU" faster have ...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 1 February 1895

6 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEK, FEIDAY, EEB. 1, 1895. CONCLUDED FltOM I'AOK nnd pnt hcr oll with saying lio'cl sca about it aftor tho wedtliug; that lio musi tako lior to that Harry ourscd liinisolf for a fool and carried liinisolf bravoly, vritli a Riukiug lioart, but quito without that solf sook ing, domiiiooriiiK spirit of. pursuit'that women lovo in loycrs. Ho liad hcard. it is truo, of coquotries, rotroats aud fcno iug on tlio part of wonien in lovo afl'airs, and on tlieso trnditions ho tricd to liang a slcndcr liopo. Whatin tho world would ovorbecomo of sinccro lovors, handicapped by tho liolplcss simplicitios aud duplicities of youth, in a socioty whero thoy aro lcft to work ont thoir own salvation, if it wcro not for tho faint guida'nco offorod by tlio litcraturo of lovo storicsl Bnt alrcady tho ring had boon sont for. Threo days passod, and tho wcdding was at hand. Noarly all his gucsts i'roin tho hotol wero to mako tlio journoy to Art Harkins' in "a bigwagon," sitting npon straw pil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 1 February 1895

SEMFVVEEKLY BANJSTER, FKIDAY, EEB. 1, 1895. 7 Eeception G&Yotte." Tempo di Gavottc. With cxprcssion H E S-1 jn r . By HENRY COLEBY. SOLO HARPIST.J PP P f M. p. j U- I ! , f- t 1 I I J i i 1 l- Lii Wl -a-fl-gg- 7 3L -g- 0- I -1 1 2 g t, i Lo , c' " 1 ? L i 1 u a IHz: zfcfczi?: E5&Stt -jataSb Fgjz-'--- SS3 -H -3"i 09 0 0 -O 1 Tt O ' D-- v .';'" f P f , S j V a 1 I U0 tJ' 4-0 1 i e-o l35r r , , 3 , II r n t; - A i " - i n 1 J - f it h-3f 4-UU- IIm L 4 f. J J . L, r .Kgzztgp-rr- r- 6- Copyright, The New York Musical Kcho Co., 1893. Composer of the Favorite La Rosa Valsc, &c. -f -J -g- t- j f L r iTrb U n ."."""-"-i 1 1 f-i P 1 f-H , C 1 i 1 -a .TT- W Eg g-g-g-d- -gf ng-tf- -p- -h--vg: g- g j r- g ) ' ranlabilc. e r F ) J p fc- rt t-rg "t 4 1 J ir V J 1 fl c ZZXZ lTI 0 Ri:-f; 1 ei-o o.- -0 SL 2 j - I - 6- 0 e-4-00 5 0tt rrT0-i IH i lr r I r ar dim. 17 1 1 -Gorazz 1 j j h:: rall. o-P-o-P-r-o- iT-l-V- -Q-P-e-Pr-Q rall -e- '' V j' Cg" 00b - 0 F r -e? o r.- f e p CODA. 5 4-V &...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 1 February 1895

8 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FKIDAY, FEB. 1, 1h95. A Man Everybocly Knows Tells of His Won derful Cure by Dr. Greene's Nervura. The Strongest Evidence possible That This Great Medicine Will Cure You. HKI'UTV MAHSHAL, AVlien sucli ii widely Unoun pnlilic man as A. 1J. Wood, Depnty Marslml of West Indiannpolis, Ind., makes a st.ite nient. ihu wurld knows tliat it is tnio that ho means evory word of it. Mr. Wood resides at !)1 lluiion Ave., West Indianapolis, Ind. IIo lias lieen cured by tho nroat niedicino, Dr. Greene's Ner vura biood aiul nervo roinedy, fiom ntter norvous piostration and exlmnstion. IIo deenis tho curo inost womleiful, and tlie medicine wliicli cured liim a most won derful Tomedy. Ile is anxious, tlierc fnrc to tfll tho world of lils reninikabln restoration to liealtli, and to tlius lcad otliers to liealtli by tlio uso of tite samo grand rcmcdy. "i liad licen tronbleil," said Mr. Wood, "for twenty yeiirs v.itli nervoiisiioss, heart disease and irastric catan li of tho Ktoin...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 5 February 1895

VOL. LV. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDAY, EEBBUARY 5, 1895. NO. 5. -4 A -4 -4 A -58 00000000000000 0 S We haye ft frw thlnps In X overcoats and sultinfrs whl'h X we are closlng at cnor 0 mously small prjces. X Not many s.0 we put X thls notica where only a few X wi'l see It. C. O. Custom and Clothier and s &500S0 When we bought a stock of glass and adYertised to send a man to replace broken lights, we had no idea of the large busi ness that would result. It has been a great success, sutisfac tory to our customers as well as to ourselves. Snow-ball sea ton, and one's thougbts naturally turn to broken glass. Send the frame to our store, and the glazier will set tlie pane pronipt ly, or notify us to liave him call at your house. All this is done witb little trouble to you, at a very reasonable charge. Our stock of glass was all bought at hard-time prices and is sold at a very reasonable profit. The quality is superior and the assortment is complete. When you want to do any painting get a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 5 February 1895

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, TDESDAY, EER 5, 1895. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUHSDAY, FEBBUABY 5, 1895 Slngle )ople ol the ltauncr, In Wrappcm for laulllnc lf Denircd TWO :eu(R. ffiT'Watch the date opposita your name on this paper. It shows that your subicription is credlted on our books to kat'date. Ifthe date is not ehanged loith izafeio days from the tlme aremittanceis made, notijy the publlshers. Motloo to Churchos and Soclcties Ilereaftor patrons of tho Bamnkk job offico will receivo notlccs in tho locals, proper, free as boretoforo. All others vlll bo cliarped ton cents a lino in tlio hibiness notices. This rulo applieB to Cbltuary Resolutions of Societies or Lodces, and to all cntertainmcnts o rhatover namo or naturo whoro tbere is a feo anked for admittanco, and tho ob Joct is to mako mouey, whcther adver- tlsod in the namo of an organization, oommitteo or individual. B3p-IIcro ar0 tno ue8t nowspapor of fers uiauo yot Tho Bennington Skmi vTkekl.y Bannei: and tho New York VTeekly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 5 February 1895

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEB, TUESDAY, EEB. 5, 1895. Mrs. E. E. Brown, Easton, N. II. Nothing to Build On Catarrhal Neuralgia, Almost Par alyzed, All Broken Up Mnrvclously Restorcd to Hoalth by Hood's Sarsaparilla. "0. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "I was t.ikcn sick with catarrhal nenralgU and a compllcatlon of dlseases, with Ncrvous Prostratlon. Fhyslclans salj there was no lielp for me. I nas rundown so low tliere was nothlng to bulld on. They sald I had catarrh of tho bladder. I had s-tch Ilght fcellngs ln my liead I could liard y walk arotind tlie liouse. I thlnk my throat camo vcry near bclng paralyzcd, and tt waswlth the greatest dimculty I could swallow food. I liecamo dlscouragcd, and thliildng I liad onco before taken a few bottles of Hood's Sarsapa rilla I declded to try lt again. I am thankful I dld. Wlien I commenced taklng lt I welghed 33 pounds; now I welgh 139 pounds. I could not stand on my feet long enough to wash my dlshei; now I can ilo all my work washing In cluded, f...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 5 February 1895

SEMI-WEPKLT TUESDAY, EEB. 5, : i i l i 1 1 i 1 - Jlj ii Wo Nevor Shall Pass Thls Way Again. We travel an upknown pathvay, Led by an unteen hand; Thp future is veiled from knowledgc, Thc iH8t none understand. But all around, ln joy or woe Are louli who need what wecan bestow. Olve words of hope and ciurarc To tpirlta that shrink and quall; And trady the f.lterimg footsleps Of feet that are rea ly to fall; fllve love unatlntrd. ln Joy or paln, For we never shall pass thls way again. -Judith Wells. THE RALSTONS. "The Ralstons" is tho latcst book from tho hand of F. Marion Crawford. As ono reads tho story, thoro comes a crowhiR sympathy for tho bright dar irjfr. but pcnerally scnsiblo girl who will not bo domineored by hor mistakon parents, for sho is l,nbt a chlld," and who cann6t woll oonsont to thoir wishes. Tho narrativo is conflned to woalthy Now York hfo, and millions ot money are throwt. around liko bean ba'gs. ' whilo "Unclo IVobcrt's will" is contested with deadly earnestness. ...

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